The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 9, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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I the year 1943. it was uninjured i three days has been invetr"J&ating -, Industries' operating aero tetfeynnuBced .
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I the payrolls will be flutter" r.. rkaesa iN.. III.
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4 s "IcK Harold away.R. Laubschcr. secretaryof >ze York to submit to the committeethe for reducing the ....- ol oav I.. ...s fleet ltr festal t3ad.J .

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quarters in New York, giving the : .
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charge cf murder for the ambush slaying of Robert Mallard
any other places had reported living has been caused by into UN membership will be .*. Me.
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Negro on a lonely road NOT. 20. Ha is talking wilh Sheriff R.
it.Wickers'. I ferred till that .aoUaits
seeing. cessive corporation profits. eX-I .rganlaati. .
E. Gray of Tocmbs county. The murder warrant was signed by I next series of coalereace' It se Itw. .... ..srir.d

Mallard's widow. Amy.: She said Howell was in a group of It was suggested that to es was explained that too assay oV .. qle Asir 1Ar 1 .. ..lags.n .

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SEVEN NEW MEMBERS : make suggestions. At those e i--
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CHAMBERS> (upper left). self-styled former Com- made to try to determine BERLIN.-Russians rode its .... Sees reMstsy r I. .4
........ a"| Alter His (upper right). former State Department /eeel.I f. T.e rltI...' SWORN INTO LEGIONLocal I the chief cause for spiraling pri- sixteenth complaint today la the ,4w awlb.

ei Uye, fceve |ut finished testifying before a special federal ATLANTA GENERAL DEPOT [ces.Leaders of the last month against the flying .1., .. ... Aso hen.., .
American Fed
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World War II dead, who were I School *L eration of Labor said they welcomed Moscow radio declared .
that the
Cfcmberft. a m.g4la. editor ha accused Hiss of beta High the proposed ...rsia... dws bee .
originally interred in 1 meetingswith
temporary flyers had left their corridors.
C'...amatol At bottom. Richard l at red IAep L w
underground agent Rep. executives of various
military cemeteries in StiuIeiiuToPurticipalc I cor that of them ;
England some .
j were flying ... .
... TemperatureLast five wstster 4 west
If. (left) Republican of California reads to reporters in porations.
.... .. and France are being returned In Oratorical too low. and that one pilot came fsa...4 a/wMiM. ralM ..rkeep. '-
tko of Chambers' that Hiss i
ttejMcript testimony .
gave to the United States aboard the I I near colliding with a Raasiaafighter ...rMllrw ....... .
M.. r4ffet4" ffovernmenl documents which were relayed to USAT "James A. Robinson." Contort I Month] Vets' Office 1 plane, which had to dies d..,
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a H....>.. ....*. Rep. John Rankin (right). Democrat of Mis- After arrival of the "James A. County II to avoid a collision. The U. ft. ''1he case Il sr ,lllllti 5 all....

....... coaler* with Robert Stripling chief investigator for Robinson", at the New York port, I Seven new members were received I I'I Above NormalMean I military g Y.rnor' office la M It ..... .S llas1 .,
..... tie*** Ua-Aatercoa Activities Committee.REPRESENTATIVE I from two to five weeks will into the membership of Closed Friday western Berlin said that aU pi where tkr slide 1. .. alit h.

.. elapse before the Atlanta I lots were briefel end that e>U remained .. M r kill ... yw .. ..-
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bution Center will be able Distri-I'I Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28, maximum temperature in I in the conidor e*..iae4. M t.i.wd -
vise the next of kin when American Legion, at the regular Key West last month was morel, The U. S. Veterans Administration to them. Yesterday... planes (
{ SAYS office will be closed all
'I I may expect to receive the re- meeting held Wednesday five established record by yaloediaf
II eve- than degrees warmer than!! day Friday December 10 as the
S.100 tons of Santa (:Glmi TMIV
mains of their loved .upp1ies.Funerull.ridt ; red
I I I ones. ning. Tne new mtmoers: are William the normal for November according -I j j I staff will attend a conference for
l i iI 'I Staff Sergeant Harry L. Wick R. Neblett; Richard J. Mel- I field offices at the regional office
WILL to the monthly report of the
( CHAMBERS SURELY whose next of kin is Mrs.
ers ton; Raymond J. Albury:; Enri- Miami. : i\ni\' \t.i'w t
I i Rose Acosta Wickers of Key que Rraginal; Jerome B. Sawyer; Key West Weather Bureau, is- .:} I 1

West; I 13_.among-the--florkia Cart Stoker and-Harry B. John U5f4 today.' Lastmonth thcl I ..

HE I INDICTED BY JURY I dead. son.Charles 'C. Simmons_ has been average whereas mean the normal maximum for was November 83.9.-i I Temperatures For Mrs.. ArcherMrs I;Station IJCt' 24N I

\ ] appointed Monroe County Chair- is 78.6. At 7:30 AX. EST Grsx-r Mnm Ardwv. 71. I .aie t'ls ... ha. ...
IIu.i I Hay' IW 1'It* 1 F I Mulkay Organizes man for the National Legion ,I died In hH rcld. ... .. 144 --.I ..1N wsr .....
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of perjury. based on the fundamentals of more than five degrees higher I Augusta ______m___ ._ ::52I Funeral MTVisw wil a Arid see, ei+..... resa., .
,\...| I'eeleral CrunilJwrj I Further inquiry into the World lIe the Constitution of the United than the normal for November.Last Billings ---------- 0 Fn4.y ..t 4J": It mire Mr .%..( ... de1Ml.U.. d .... "
In New York. Chambers charges will be aimed I II I IJ SaysHanibal States. Local High School students month the minimum I Birmingham __ _oO_ 46llamark C nirgatr-ii...I Ches wi.eo 1 I I I.foal roIssilsr e1r11s helms ataw- --,
I at to learn -] wiI%! .participate in theCountYContest { _u________ -9 the body well hr ....... ot 1 ..l11 L d... tWl 1..SMv1lMlur
ear ,.. ,--... r.sWArnfrtplesN. J I trying fromJ2iambers! j I II .EcheratrekrIgliT ay. to be held in' age was 75.8. and the normal for I Boston ________ 33 Rev John M. rVytM wiN ...... :: w. 1.-
Ike I.-This I why he had not said anything 43f.vh"o: ii is a invalid rider and March: 1949 to determine the ;:': November is 70.2. I Buffalo -------____ 28 ate. Burs.l.l WIll .hr m 11h. MIIh .....-..- ss airasate..
.... ...... dsy MIC. the re- I bar 10 years about the Hiss inci- who organized the Invalids of:i champion. The County Champion The difference in the temperature Charleston ___ _. 64 pl.4ln Qty Craw4rryFuner Mr ll-llllud ..... .... ... 1

.. dent. the World, and who has shown will compete with the Championof as hundreds of Key West- Chicago ___u_ _n__ __ n *! H...*nr u m raajoj. ., U B ..... .rlstt oil .0v
Nr N.-Chambers' I The Department: of Justice them how to propel themselves,I I Dade County. :' ers remarked at the time was Corpus Christi u 56 f lent: jrrafWIf I IS : ........... .Idl .. .
w be 1Ar Maare arrived in Key West and departed I All expenses for the contes- because last month we had Denver _____ _. 12 rvivwr.. two ...... JWtry ,ail ', ........ .d ills IllrlSphe oJI
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i \........ Cw.itsii sad! prob-I I I ai>ked that neither the committeenor for Havana, according to tants will be paid by Arthur "President Truman weather." Detroit u 24El Wilkins' R Knwwle. *. ... IIarM. I I...... eliriMw ... .'.

-i ...." tkr MC lit the rom- the federal court in New I Julio Cabanas. Jr., of 909 Catherine Sawyer Post. The National i I Rainfall last month was only I, Paso 33I ter" Mr. D F ......,. I._ ....... M gr r .... greip et.wTM.
York make public the contents of i, Champion for 1948 was James .51. with normal Mrs ,I s.atr/ .
....4ber tests w i.e t-t.. federal lYk streeL"I as compared a Ft. Worth 39 Emma f'.tf'tw ass/ Slits ..
... the Hiss-Chambers papers as i i am a professional journalist Grant of Orlando. Grant received of 2.19. I Galveston 53 I Nellie B ("urnh_ atesdeMl-. 1 ......... wet i .1 ,
I r + rlr V M 14.w that is a $4.000 scholarship from Highest velocity of wind last u dries and f'v.| l) frwbd. aM r r .
their publication may interfere and mechanical engineer and I Jacksonville 59 i .arr. greet gras4r4isldi
....--...tlls tAr __. ()then wit with the United States pubic re- 1'.I have the problem for the future. I the American Legion. Simmons month was 26 miles an hour from I Kansas City 29 ......_. .e prarwo ? .

.- w Itt.illgrat today be- Uttons with a foreign power. I I I "The U. S. Government is 1 will announce the details of the the northwest on the 29th. KEY WEST 71I i ...hln4 Mw seal ee '

M. heIIlry ;I But it has been surmised and j interested in the employment of 1 j I i program at an early date. I Key West Airport 71I .-..-
j District Commander Vance C. Minister/all
the surmise has not been denied I the invalids factories and i - RirHanl Nixon I in Los AnOeles. n
f that the papers refer to trade'',I commerce but it is not able to(Stirrup gave a resume of the Mills Receives( I Louisville __ ___ 36|. *.....--4AI\- Itolurv ('lull:
said that he '
I District meeting.held Miami One f.r the .
Krremtns that Great Britain I motorize the invalid."I I in Meridian 37 mm* MrirfM i.r cat
I.. !. r fart turt Whittaker. was trying to make with Hitlerto 1 I visited the Infantile Paralysis 1 Beach on Sunday December 5th. oO' all the> home ...... ul __
Of HonorAlbert
Word Miami 17I
t ....arM wed has t le Uf>ed that stop him from over-running Foundation at Warm Springs, | Attending from the local Post I Minneapolis- 4 New haven R..heir. ."l Ik* Hears Jot: AlluM
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I | were Adjutant Robert American ll irk Leemae Hr
.. after I drove 3,000 miles I y M
Europe.At Georgia
IC \?i by Alter HIM *- Memphis 34
.. .... conference from Key West, by of i i Daniels; Post Commander J Mills received this ; n Dtlmar MMU..ICConn. MM *fjwt.
t nlt fr hr
..... ., :''MOta.ill I President Truman reasserted that I|I Michigan. i George A. Warren; 1st Vice Com- momma his formal appointmentto I __ __ Rev M.rkbKM' k..w
t. : .f( : 'indict mander Paul M:!sa. the National American New York u 36 traveling. the %\ miles tit Newhaven ,.. C.h ..... ../111-
much of the investigation!!!: con- :j i The motorization of the inva- | U. J. Delgado announced that Foreign) Relations Commission.The Legion!; Norfolk -.- .- -12 I J foivriv K.enwo.. lee ..... ....... .... ---- .,
ducted by the committee falls into''! lids of the world is on the way I Oklahoma 32
entertainment would be City 20 ASe A -*
provided appointment was signed by njit \rarxPALACE
the characterization he had made! Mulkey said recently.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
in the cocktail lounge:; on Satur- PerrY S. Brown National Legion Omaha 21j 1 1I .1aClore tier awlJ.r
Casement Sash during" the campaign-"red herring | day evening A party will be held Commanrtei I Pensacola 53! AIII& ..sirMM4
He added the
that as to : at the Post Home on Christmas Mills i& a past National Com- Pittsburgh --.- U T.--. As.IOtMssa ..
MHI' NK U.MHKH: VAHDTCLXPHONC Tom stolen Clark pipers. will Attorney take General action BINGOPRIZES afternoon from 2 p. m to 4 p.m mitteeman and a past Commander -I Roanoke 35 THEATER .1.'...tu.ed. Nh rA.... .... N
Paul L. Mesa. Jr Chairman. of Arthur Sawyer Post No. St. Louis 31 I .. s.1S. weir a.e/tiing. M-
: :: IIII. against the conspirators. I I John Carroll end NevHe laj .. .
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... v._ TM. aLllwa. 11Mlttae. tS mon sense." That is true when applied to Days Gone By I ) 4 II
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.. -..', ....... AIa te/w..t ... common: law but the statute books in every Daytime Summary I I BY EMILY NOlLE
.. L ......... ,...', I Selected as listed beta.t
claw natter state in the Union contain many laws that I AS TAKEN FROM FILES are brcadcitt prtgrimi at the aims tune Man. I I A'N ___ !
:, a. w.a., hrw a. tsslt4 OF THE CITIZEN OF J. day thrtuglt Friday.Tim i.astern ,

e>.. ..MK .sIM IT1I rNCsaUi. are little more than legislative whims. I DECEMBER 9. 1331 .t.Mdrd..a.. lilac Far central IN mountain standard standard subtract -* 1 I r 'Chapter 19 .dat want me. They waM N .. ,.,...t ..Neea ...- -.....

: ..1 *...*. >lVlB''ejCjatrfciT' 'errJitrt.r I.d. isla. But, aside from the saying, one does 1lIIIIIIIIIIlHIIIIlBlUUllJDllllHlllllnnP"1II u>*kvtirs.;. .. !1I SOONER Rex Inside the .here the rotte* M ML* r
1 F: .. ...... fill .U I I i \T9, was Ht put dawn' MTfVf ** .j'I I Ityw A.e' 4
r .. .r1lLswat ./ae .e).,.. In t*>i. a..r. tad not need to know law and to have but 1 I door than he caught Rosalie .
"..... ....... any I Comptroller J. M. Lee has sent so hv. could KVfgratet* 1*rt !
ants DEC. 6 THROUGH DEC. 10 1 in his arm and began dancingher .:: ::
little sense to be aware that no external The Citizen a list of state officers a4I>. Raaalta. They weal t. .. ear ,
............ NITwr in Key West and the salaries they M.rai.50Ronaymeon about the room. His eyes were you daar If y*.J .... aall p .. .....,
--t1a1aM influence can be brought to bear on a jury receive. Circuit Judge ,'Arthur la N. T.-nb. 1: shining and there was triumph Uue pbbsfl rwe.. we ....erW ......
.::::::=== u. trial libel suit For that reasonit Breakfast Clubnbo:1SBarnyard I in his voice as he kissed her. a thin liri yea e+.. ( t.ailM .
in.the of sal-
a heads the list with
a ;
"RosaL darling you've done It ..... ... ;
... __ L' Fonu.-cb. I 11' yw gN W 4 faint 4 r
_. _._ .IS is hard for The Citizen to understand ary of $41666 a montIL"Bienvinido .JO-Tba Clen1a.DdaJrellbe 1 now. We don't have to worry any :zee .

N.T1. how the federal trial judge in Tallahassee Bob Pool. Sliow-mb. i I more. We'\e got the bull by the 1 tupeoo .it e/01/I1 .... '- w .tiMb r
.. .L s.watfl.M.... w ........... Perez motorcycle 100 Mulo Fred for Wartnc YOB cba Show-at* I tail. YJU can have "anything you even better" it r. trees ....a.a.-
Governor Caldwell to make want from now on.I He ... he"Y
+ permitted patrolman who was injured dur- My Story Drama_bo juoipe ,. -
_...;;..L.. '. ...r14'H6M .. that if he won his accident to his 10 JO-Boar of Serials-nboTb I I She pushed him away rigorously 11&htJ,. ., 'ou npssto 1 ..
<.--. r4 t" known to the jury case ing an motorcycle .. .....
"The I .
.. .. **. WU1 **. Godfrey Hour cbaSy first thing want is U Wk like that. I M4 .. ..... how
.att.d I ie -.a.a-a Maw against Collier's he would give the moneyto while Colonel Batista and his It with Uiulo-mlM I I tie let alone I-I'm toed." coat m. +SUmml MMft .--. l..
t.: '=' i await ky er s>.* rrosa4'rt4 party were in Key West was re- 110- my Kymr Show-at* I She spoke dully and went back wrtsai4.l hove r aid burl .. VBHwoaid. ... ... r a assn' .
=-= : : h .r* I c ats a Ilan.- the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical ported today to be improving 1145-Sertala (1% hrm.-cb: to her breakfast by the open window but BUM ytw we* kejev = fete:bets. ....
aa4 tsvius i
.( ...... .ia'h4 r-irwaai., t.1.n..1 taratl mraa College for Negroes. rapidly. Afte,'.... Rex followed and. pulling It..lent shows N frMl a Ml t11 tT t/
( tat ., u P a t...1.1.... ay > tiMEMBER I t2.-00-W.lcom! "l'ra:elers-abe up a chair, sat down jauntily. trumped lIP irk. KS.. dM ... .. a -
..N M That testimony is in line with a plaintiffs I WPA recreation supervisor today KU Smith Hau-Hotil"- rob l'I "I'll have coffee too. I sec yoJ .m iMiMMiAf ftM*. TM 44 new 11.11!t g:::
that he would give the UIO-Wor4. and Music-ntw have extra Vo-j must have wv B0iAkyU4 J. t:.. tA a 2 .. ... ..
saying away with the West an cup Mwbew
joined Key BtaSiaur at Lotfch-anba this ." ......... ,... toned .... .. -
money he wins in a suit to charity or to Junior Chamber of Commerce in t:(>>-Mute Half Hour-Db*> !been expecting me ttaordag"I rr. .1 w 3wtwwM.'t =-= Tea ua
arranging a program for the en- ':-Happy Caac-*ob* wasn't"She sestina =4_'c.1tbg atslt.b.e .-
promote the public's welfare in this or thatactivity. .tertainment of touristS during I 0-Double or Nothing-ate said it curtly] but pouredthe Yw bow a 1g Wdat =- =

@ 794jMit That is plainly an_ attempt to their stay here the coming win- Breakfast for la a DaJ'-lllk Hollywood-atQiwea stearmag coffee. lie sniffed, show b.mta.e.She .. t: : w
at the flower in his buttonhole. drew a long .... k...... ,
in reaching its decision. It is ter. Mrs. Eva B. Warner'i.s gen- .a:3o-s.rta1t for Itt bra.-aba
sway a jury Bride tad Groom-at* 01n. "May I ask whom you were' ex n Men la be> |u>4 ri&M tat ..,. b" t..m +21fr
eral chairman of the .
just as much so as would be a wife's bring- .:? 'program .> Bop Chat-inba pecting, darling if not me?" thing rot. --4.
group. a 0o-i due. B. S.atti-abs 1 "Certainly not"Ht I H. sat doss awl ....... We ": .. -
ing her children to court and she and they K4 BeMoa Sbow-SBb* \ sea... -1'. !.:W 1e. .... (1.... : .. ..... ll .
80-Tha Booa Party-ct> chuckled and poured cream ...
weeping to try to influence a jury in the The Woman's Auxiliary of StI Ban Dane Show -mb. generously. "It couldn't: by any to 1M gtwed .. _,
vDcarra rom KTT wtrrASYOCATO Paul's Church announced today 4410-Bint Hunt Qul -cba ISacond I chance be the handsome I.. ....
trial of her husband. E bark M4 .i
Honeymoon-afro coup JVIT
that Advent school will be held who
BT THE CIT1Z 1It in fireman rescued you H ,.
should 4.>>Winner Take AH-cbs: Ifocr.. *. attevlt l.Re1y 0 .
Caldwell a lawyer St. Paul's Parish House on Tues it! I gather it was your old sweet 1fr t
'*0-Tr a nry Band-cbaJEJddlea Smoky Joe. Yes wweee.*. "
have been aware that outside influences day evening, December 13. Boor and'mba 1 hr. heart who plunged in to save you marry tutu one... .. .. .... ...
..... BMMB aM Ap.rtinent. later)-ab o when the drunks started throwinc .. '. ... s> .
She )u 4 r. .
should have been kept out of the trial of things and saying weren'tRosalie .a
you ..
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I< a..4... kUttueg Pavilion. Mrs. Minnie Robinson spoke on at all but a fake. Don want U Wa abwal m { : :
V Aarparts-I..ami wad Sea. his case against Collier's. The federal circuit housekeeping aids at 3. meeting PROGRAMS look so surprised. It was .In the It all It-it was :; 'J--F ..

t. ffiMiiilitnsi" County andAuditorium. court of appeals: in reversing its deci- Tuesday afternoon of the Key I' NETWORK J r papers from coast to coast Dane'I ae.r forget K 1-1 Awh/. ... .4
West Woman's! Club at its clubhouse Time is eastern standard. Forctnt" star is pelted on returning ta
DtrL' G.v.rtsneat. sion of the lower court and ordering a new Division oral atandard subtract .no hour, for I block party in old neighborhood Rex giUuxd. "TVat ..... V lSanoky >> ... .. .- ..
on street. mountain standard subtract two Joe tidiest t. Saarms. -w flit ...
Q" oe111alty : that the trial "Fail- hours Same local stations I It was a stroke of genius on your y ..
trial, pointed out judge change I brt tt ayA I. -.... ........
hour ef relay to fit local schedules. part. Had they cheered you for WMOt .
ed to strictly exclude from considerationa Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Dillon Last minute i program changes can. I an hour it would have meant hiM tile Nele. atm.w .

.A proposal by Caldwell that any damages today their announced daughter the Miss engagementof Florence not be included. v and nothing but to that's pelt you originaL with fruit dtsU speeiaky***. but kMuaN/.M ie:roe. .. r tMe.w ;
MONOGRAPHt I IWmeit.W awarded by the jury would be given" to Louise Dillon, to Ray Bert Mat- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9 She glared at him. Tm glad po.. Lad test mmtkn. was r. ...
budge OUt t r
a e s* Para
the college. covitch Evening i you enjoyed the idea. the d..... Arid We .1. EI" -.M

I.... .. Uudoubtedly that statement influen- ':00-News Report 15 Mm.-nMNewscast I snapped."Of hat anether'aever ba.edee. of :,
'.. y. "The Emergency That Con Every Day-cbs I course I did. Now we can ttu. Pat Bai<" lathe 0
ced the jury. In the first place it would fronts Key West" is the title of a Kiddles Network Hour Silent I (repeat Hour-abc)-* I make seme real money. fun by lur...>dT d ...... .
I-r: lead the to believe that Caldwell circular with English on one side Network Silent (I tor.)-cnbs-east : are a wonder. They want you at you. Senr he WM pima .. .... -
jurymen Krtdiea Hour (repeat)-anba-weat all the country. Ib M
didn't as eta
over want
.. a ..... d1)M4.h The Citizen was not concerned in receiving any money and Spanish on the other that is ': -Sports: Haste Time-nboTea I "I see. They all want me 'lustbecause Cl he-VWU.- And wOTVI rat 4fJ McT ah.f..B.M....... I ... .. ...-
ela/.d t'r. I the statement being distributed under the direction and Theater-cbs s. whit. ... ... ..1 LII
d docks a
... .. J w mv friends and neixhbonTODAY'S the ,. ,
himself and was bent only in protectinghis of the Key West Cham- ':45-Newscast by Three-nbo I
__.L4 tiA "tike. phase wan forced to ber of Commerce. The committeethat Lowell Tboraaa (repeat ID-cb -- - ----- -- -- -
name, and secondly, that the money 7.00;-Sapper Club-nbe-baslo! I.. .... ..........
.....' ear ... ......," That w physically prepared the circular com Tb. Beulab Skit cbs .I I Retiler ..... law ....... I M 3t... ..eea. avtI +

t yea/ .h MIld be a word received in the event that Caldwell won, prises city councilmen, county News Fulton and Lewis.Commentary Jr.mw7:15Sews -aba in the u...... aitw J LPblmpt I salter. e1 ...... aiM -......
w.n1r. would be used for a worthy purpose. commissioners and representatives and Comment-n>. I t .1 flew Yrra. ....... ... --- .
abbr./. .. d.1 4sbe a plane.. $ alighting in Not only a libel case but other of the Chamber of Commerce Jack Smith Show-cbs i I in .1M4 a ft*....... ..... N A ...., ... ......ntlre.. ..halt.eltrr .

.. __ V- rtr a wiwrd for coining: any Object of the committeeis Dally Dinner Commentary Date-mba I, BIRTHDAY working| ee rubfcer ... flI I .........
kind should be tried strictly on its merits.That's -- -
.. Mow. about one de- to try to relieve ti$' nployment T.JO: -Van Damme Quintet-abo w
It.. We .
Bob Crosby Club-cb.
whatever the law in Key West.
common sense, I
K ... ...... beater News Comment-orbs USA-*be By (4'( ) Newsfeatures Ire Are 1 llr"tl '

TilE ORACLE may be. Today The Citizen Sdi: tin an 7.45-Harknesa Comment-nbo ... ........................: 3

editorial paragraph: sew.Sports Broadcast Comment--cbs mbs EDDIE DOWLINC. bora Dec.

The reason most people have little ""Strange how government can '-00-Henry Aldrich Skit-nooF 9. 1894. at Woonsockvt, R. I., a. 10"k l ,-
be enemies of their own people." .B.L. 'In Peace and War-cbs: Joseph Nelson Courtier the 14th
money is because it is much easier to spend Abbott Costelloshetams
SPEED LAWS AND SPEED TRAPS : of SOUK QuU-mba of 17 children. As a boy he sang His CIri.
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than to save. LEGALS ':30-Bmtii ft .*.Den-nbeMr I for pennies around saloon doors
Keen's Dramacba I '- e
Jo Stafford Show-abo ran away to I
A o4Kft .b tiwderway in some regions Better Half Quiz-mba I Boston and hel!I rl Merr ()nt'
55 Hicks abo 1
: -By George .
..r.k.* MMUiJ. StetM to develop uniform THK XTtTR JIDiriM.UP FtXHtlUIN 4'IRCIITop. .' Hy Uftrdner Saya-mbe I Changed his j(I
name because
<. ':00-Al JoUon Show-nb* .k
..... tw... with. ..Pfti.t emphasis!! upon Recent Supreme Court decisions about IN AM c.lltNTKHY.FOR MUNHOK t..Ot.'T'. SUSPCBS Dra.maa-cb. ( Courtier wasmispronounced

_suI ..........n speed limit. such questions as restraint of trade delivered JAMES P.KL1I-S r._ %.. .I-as.FI HER. .9:15-News Personal Heatter AutogsaphabeGabriel Broadcast-orbs\ommeDt-mb; 1 I : i ,;0 often. He I I w. hove aerved the tr

TW. .fciW. i b> Mt neceMarily.. involved inN price systems, basing points and VS.VILLJE t. Plaintiff Un'ORCE f:30 Crime-Dot photographer Ljimour Show--cbs nbo 'I: : "-0r"" l worked as a people t of Key Wet

*. tnt--'.. t. reduce highway deaths beef quality discounts have concerned many \ MAE FISHEH ICf.ndant My Job U Manhattan-abaMysterious .1 cabin boy. a

/_{ i fi.*. ....... motor vehicles must41ra3audileded business leaders in the country TO:ORDER\Millw Mar OF Finber.Addren.l'nknown.PI''TIO'f. .:! -News for HIputes-mb. I .r and'song became plugger"a. t tor ao rnoAf Weat. 3 a.

.to relation to highway con- Financial writers point out that the You are hereby I 'required. / ,to- appear 10-09 Hilton-Tb*Play Screen bouse Guild-cba-abo I '"J J vaudevilleEddie .I mOMS that we .her.

1..... a4. .Mtvmatan. Obviously the original meaning of the Clayton Act and asrainnl t<. you the Kill in the for Divorce above styled filed Tb.Child Then World Uaa--mbs be I te....fteadliMr.. Actor -I I had to have foe. 7'

Mkt .b f*niMted on open highways Federal Trade Commission Act has been cause ..n or t-ttrr the nth. day of 10 JO-Fred Wariaa Hasle-nbo playwright, director and pro t
January A. I. IS! .'. ..t hr.l_ the First tighter PIa-cba I ducer. The Glass i I lifted. Com io aid
-- 4Ywrw,,r.u* HI closely built com: stretched to the point where methods, allegationo. tamed therein will M* Care DramaabcDana j Menagerie"was
b.l taken a. his prize I II
l 1 INIrrwhwe there U considerableJ : previously used without difficulty are and (ordered at Key \\> t. 10: -News Broadcast-aboIt I I shop at our modern
.... Florida title nth day of.lterembur. :00-News. Variety. Z bra,-cba.News F
t j hi0. \. .......... now considered illegal and that in con- A. H. UfI 'and Dance Band-abc I. 'Writer-Griddcr I atore for the beat ol
(Clrcu 1 Court News Dane Band Z bra.-rob*
.. M Ute unfortunate situations nection with anti-trust laws, most of the Seal Ron C Sawyer 11:1S-News Variety to 1-nbo !
advertised lw-GlMk
tIr1w ...A.... ttl automobile traffic major industries are monopolizing and in Ky: (intl Cleric Anne of C Circuit narwArb.Court.. 12:00-Dancloff Continued_bc-weat DETROIT( ')-Mel Groomes.I

t1j11II i ... .. elm*.vate !involves. the habit restraint of trade. In fact the experts Enrique kx. Jr.Deputy Clerk. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow I rookie halfback with the Detroit '

r''MMe r* rnmental units, which fix the believe that it is practically impossibleeven Attorney for plaintiff dec.9.1C.23.3A,1)48: ( America) i I Lions who played culleglte foot-

L IliltaLIR f officer on the basis of the for some innocent companies to avoid THF.KIKIKNTII Eddie Dowling, actor-producer ball at Indiana is an author as .
well He the
.pr. e( am..s. with convictions: that conviction. or THK TTK jiDiiitL orIN F'oORIU'inirirr.; born Woonsocket, R 1., 54 years 1' author as of a a gridder.series of

... testae. .In connection with laws and Harold Fleming, writing in The Chris- 1AH FUR "U'ROE01 T'. ago.Douglas "How It Feels to Be A Rookie in
{'H.I\'EHY.: Fairbanks Jr., screen I "
h3r.I- r.ff...ttltg peed. In almost tian Science Monitor points out that busi- .'._ '.. ....:u:5: star born in New York, 39 years I( the National Football League. .
for Detroit
JOIIV"; MEKCfc.R $1315. a newspaper.
-> .._ there ext "peed traps." ness men do not yet realize how far the Plaintiff.I'KRNICK ago. I
v... Iii''ONCE Dr. Thorfin R. Hongress direc- ', RobesL.
th10YM eMw/.aac..e"t officer, whose pay law "has been judicially revolutionized. "; SHAW S.MS .I
DefendantORDFK tor of the Institute of Radiobio- How To RelieveBronchitis
.--I ..... UM nfHmry they collect, ex- By this he means that legislation passedby OP PIBLICATION logy and Biophysics, Chicago I

.. a a..3 In ftrrt that can be explain Congress is interpreted and appliedby Tit <.InR"ICrSIIA/
4y-.. th...* participation in the fines the Courts. If the interpret Bar Huil.lmic ago.Lucius T/ir llftlrrItramlt
liberally .
judges 17th a, .1 l I xir.-.-l. V. LY.lVa.hingtan. M. Beebe of New York

1 I -Mi.d.1 the statute in favor of either side You are hereby. It r.nuir.d<'. to "ft. I journalist-author: born in Wake- i Creomulsioo relieves promptly because 1\tlmrlJ

t !** *>f c-empEMation violates the law is, no doubt, revolutionized.The pear t.. the mil of Complaint... for field. Mass., 46 years ago. j I it goes right to the scat of the trouble I '
the a..v. lyl l ranir nor If)T.t11
divorce in I
Prof. George S. Counts of Columbia j to help loosen and expel germ ladea ,,
I tllMnt wary pirii. ('rf4e of fairness: insofar same thing has happened to many A. It b.for 1'4!>.the..iht-ri lih.' -day lli.of atl'KallonnIhrrrln !Jaouar University, eminent pro- 'II phlegm and aid nature to soothe sod '

I r tt Ita( m.t.n t are invohed.a laws passed by the Congress of the United 1 mill I..-. taken an. innfriouThit .. ..._ fessor of education, born in Bald- heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial ItOl .\I.I.It.
order l I. to IKpuUll membranes.Tell
aR(9. with ...greedy officials .. ... week. for four on.rrutivewrekn win Co., Kansas, 59 years ago. I mucous your druggistto
can States. It has been a feature of Supreme a. In The Key \Vr.t (rnin a Wilfred Sykes president of In- sell you a bottle of Creomulsioo \ I u.

w1l Mt ., ..4.>4f nHtemts invites abuses Court decisions in connection with the newspaper" published. In the (Oltv of land Steel Chicago born in New I with the understanding you must like
Key Vet. H'.rl-Ia the way it quickly! allays the cough
till... are' MI eMkely| absent from inter- powers granted the Federal Government IH'NK' : AM."; iiIlHKKRI: nl. *lh Zealand 65 years ago. I or you are to have tour money back.
U1 I l>... <-mlr. A. I. 14*. Gen. W Clarkson,
..... ....... Hi fact, the out-of-state mob under the Constitution. Stretching the ,Jwa; I> H'l$S 1' IiAW.r-R.: Maj. Percy Tex. 55 I CREOMULSION ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court.Monror born San Antonio, years ;
.... p.aesM.lty.. at the mercy of any law is not a new process but it may be Cn..nty. Florida.Iy ago. for Cou8hs.Cne ..Colds.Bronchitis' ; 4,3 TIES

f -..F ..... Mallets a charge against him. somewhat novel for big business leadersto : Kathleen l><-| Ntttaif.nity Clerk. ----- '
10.m.T ....... regardless, of the facts in find themselves caught in the stretch. (SI:<>.it ALLAN..r for tbf I! CUKAKK Plaintiff. JIlholi I
aw '.1.,Z32: : ..1>48. II... 0. a L//f ..... MIN
.lam flan-). Nod it mare convenient to pay The states of the Union have had this ex Rom where I sILdr Joe Marsh ry .

.. ..Hi In ring c offfcem than to lose two I perience. IN Tin: cine'i IT 4'oi nr OF. TILE r ,..... Mw wtlSHtlr
t:I.t:\ NTH Jl 1)11.141. C.UU" IT saa Mt4
..... ..,. .ii fighting the case in a IN AND I-OR UHNIIOK COl"NTl ,
OIT.'T. (IP .0IUft')'
antra tits alleged' offender is utter- PROBLEMS RIGHT HERE AT HOME IN ..HtNf. 'I-:HI.f Yes Sir
+ :
= 0"I, 1'l.1041.
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l.lI.... -- Elmer Sylvester'! [)rxlt. II

Plaintiff Insomnia's Contagious!Ia \HWJtl
Strikes increase the prices of all TR I>I\OR('K A1TION i

ar...-.... NEW POSTAL RATESJaaajary manufactured goods, clothing, food, hous- Ruth Mae Jane In>fendantoauKit orxtt.. ......... c. It......... .t/1 8..w

ing, rents, etc. The burdens of World peace TO OF PI\rio\ When Bud Swanson had trouble glass of beer with a bit of caeoe!

Ih I MW postal rates! will go are carried by the United States, and General Roth Mae LHlnr Jane I>or..ett. sleeping nights, and tried to get before I go to bed. I can't speak SPORT SUITS and COATS

Vnrktownlrgmla. over it by taming up the radio full for you.)
./fret 'rat<< tkswe rates will not affect everybody knows that the Marshall Plan Ruth Mae Jane t>or..ett.Oneral blast he started a. epidemic ofinsomnia

smuI .IM. Wail. .l. i last cards, newspa- has the approval of the American Govern- Lackey. Virginia.Delivery. all down the block! linrss From means where nothing I more neighbor than MKTHCOOL C3TIMH.\ "I4t)1 l 1 iaSW".

Maglel4a.. .. library books or publica- ment and our people. But the American You to are the hereby Hill of required Complaint to appear for- Folks finally dropped a hint to Simply respecting the other per. BELTS riiif// ; ; ..
==---i et .rate.a&l.. ceientific or religious or- people haven't been given necessary sup- Divorce the 18th in the day above of rteremher styled cauxeon A_ n'l i Bud that he close the windows or sons tastes and rights-without '.. ".

:(_... .... port and foreign aid for the United Nations IMS. otherwise the allegation.thereto i! turn the radio a little lower. Bud forcing your own tastes or opinions

:: ........ II.U..I')' packages will be Organization. And unless that great Thin Order wall be ii taken to be an ronfexxed published ,I aone. | did-and that was the quickestcure down his throat. And that goes" forBud's SHOES by laima n Roblee. FafUme *
a week for four consecutiveweeks !' for other folks' insomnia I've radio, my glass of beer or .+
=: 3ltllt.ed ,...... IS teats to l 15 cents for 2 institution can do a better job than it has newspaper'In The published K.yut in Key Citizen West a I!' ever heard of! whatever temperate pleasure you I AIR.Q.MAGICKANTOR'S

.-... alMil. Tm4mHy UI'| from 25 cents to in the past the United States may tire of Florida.Done and Ordered this 17th day } Mot that any of us object to the happen'to enjoy

a.ala Lr I"l |Ni4HHl packages. ParcelHl carrying the load indefinitely. But if we of November.. A. I). 1S4S radio or swing bands,or anything

...... wMI. .he ....MbI( 1 in some cases. should pull out, the Communists will defeat (Seal)Clerk of ROSS the Circuit C SAWYER.Court. else that helps another person re: .ffi1{) "
Monroe, County. Florida. lax of :: .. !
an evening. (UIYlelf.llike
.,..... ..4H. c<..t almost twice as all hopes of a World peace. That By Florence E. Sawy..r.Deput7 -- ,._

.aW.c.d mall jumps with heavy would likely draw the United- States into. THOMAS S. CARO. Clerk. .OC'' :.
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Solicitor for the Plaintiff. i .'Qn.r ..194Jl t.i' :"',.. R'_ T.I,, .
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I B Club, Bob's Sport Win AT NCCS TOMORROWMain

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*: InformalioM for the AdvcrtiftrraBATES
Three Good Basketball Events j

Games Played Last 1$11i I 2 Games Will Be BetweenScontrino "COACH OF THE YEAR"i I BLACKFACE FOR REGULAR Type add PavBsat for PAT11R*taM.ru4 T a4rtlea.sssata .

Sunday ___ ___ __ I I* lavartaaiF la edvee.e. 5,5
Advertisements under this heal recaiar advertiser with lacr .
In'Uisli I Ajid ,will b. inserted In The Cltlsca
,. a iSchool ; ; mar have their e4erUs
V : r : '* t At StadiumBaseball the rate of Se a word for each Insertion meats ,..r..... > I
Gymnasium :, Mercer, Heavyweights) t but the minimum char*. for n'ATtn* D 4DUfll
the first 15 words or lesa la Ste. To lasara saJlratt. espy at***
games to ire played I The rate for alark.farc'Oa I* Ie aword. be la The fills** affte twfWa if
The three last The main .
played the NCCS
games event at twt ; iDd-tne minimum chars for .'('1-11 la the __I.. of the MSt ,
the School in Sunday at the stadium include in :' the first IS words Is U. publlcattoBj.
night at High Gym, Fights.Friday wiljfce a bang;-up -
ift i----- i
the first game the American Le- _
Jewels -
the ppener. the Pollock's bout between A. M. Scontrino,

won over the Sound School five gion meeting the Red Raiders. wgU 180, Fleet Sonar, and C. II. All advertising Is accepted aa4 r the folUwla ra4ltta i |.> tfca
by 4 44. to 40 score the Jewels The Legion boys will keep the Tent of error In advertising transient or "'.w"..... Ta. .*Hts.. win a.
led at the half by a 24 to 17 score. Mercer, wgt. 185, Blimpron. respontible only for the first Insertion In riM..,... ............ a.4 tm
same line-up as they have usedin These heavyweights well-. z UUpla 4tfrrtUlBSj for only the actual ._... .f .iwr. oeeoM.d fer |k. I
In the last quarter the Sound the last two games and have are part of the advertisement where the error sets"..

School boys woke up and scored won with itr so they will keep it matched, and both are former 9I .R NU . U . . .a.l
14 points to but 7 for the Jewels championship winners.
as is. As long as they win. The -------------------. -_ --------. -
but the damage was already Raiders will have Sterling on The semi-finalists are fast, - r .........

done. High scorer was Skaggs first and it is expected that Gabe lightweights. G. E. Rich wgt.' FOR SALEHOTELSSmall FOR SALE-MOUSES

and P. Herricks for the Jewels I Lastres will pitch. With a new 145; FAWTUlant), and Ronald I\ AND LOTS

with 16 points each and Buch- vatcher behind the plate and Vil- Gotten wgt. 145, Fleet Sonar, hotel in downtown Key

weitz scored 20 points for the lareal Alonzo and Baker in the I will give a good account of them- West, Fla, contains 8 (age Waterfront home. 2 hmfroutw. 1
School boys to lead them in scor field. selves. t rooms with 5 baths and two baths, furnished.* Mut he eM

Ul&. I The card includes the American I apartments. All in perfect at once. Cheap. Owner IH
Box score: In the nightcap the Bombers Legion-sponsored Elio Alfonso I condition. Large lot and good White Street cbrl-tf

Sound School will have the Clowns to plat and Jr, wgt. 120, vs. A. V. Austria money maker. Must disposeon
Player FG FT PF PTS they have lost two to the Clownsso 115 Naval Air Station. s(1P account of health. Box 532, Furnished house 12.000 a eh.

Skaggs f -.--.:.- 8 0 3 16 far and the Bombers are out Second bout: J. W. Mortimer,I Key West, Florida. 3490 Avenue "IT. ...7.4111

R. V. Smith f ___ 0 0 0 0 t' to win this game the first game. 200, Naval Air Station vs. J. E.I d(. I-U

Kitchins, f _. _'__ 0 1 3 1. Thomas held them hitless in the Olger, 198, FAWTUlant). j FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
W. Herrick. c __ 1 0 1 2''second game, Alce held them to Third bout: Steve Buchweitz,I.} ) Wirephoto FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
P. Herrick g ._ 8 0 3 16 one run and four hits. BWut the 176. Fleet Sonar, vs. Warren White enamel $2.73. OtsWA14

B. Schoneck, g 0 14 1 Bombers are out of that slump Fields. 175, FAWTUlant). i j BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN Stock Island over 400 ft. oceanfront white paint. $2.75 and"sin WT

Ed Woodson. g 1 0 4 2 they were in and Sunday they Fourth bout: George Dinius (abort), head football coach at Bargain. Must be sold gallon up. 50-ft H* garden

Crowe, g __ 2 2 1 6 hit 11 hits off the good pitchingof 162 Fleet Sonar, vs.: Jimmie the University of Michigan was at once. Mr. Kitty c/o Citizen hose $J.9$. Doherty & c., $44

Salinero and they claimed Traincoff, 167, U. S. EPC 618. voted "Coach decl-tf Olivia. Phone 1M7. decl-tf
of the Year"
Tow .._-----20 4 19 U I they: will keep the good stick Fifth bout: Stanley Simon, the
PlayerFe FT PF PTS work up from now until the end 161 Seaplane Base, vs. Roger E. New York WorldTelegram's FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD Bundles of old newspaper al I.

McKee f 0 2 0 2 I, of the League play. Williams 157, Seaplane Base. annual polL Oosterbaan. FURNITURE & APPLIANCES tent each bundle. Inquire at
Clendennan f 4 1 4 9 who led the Wolverines through the Citizen
i Bubber Sweeting may toe the Sixth bout: L. P. Masters 145.FAWTUlant ,, novSO-lf
Shultice f 2 1 1 5 slab for Bombers and Roberts or ), vs. C. L. Garling-1 I a perfect football season succeeded Speed Queen
S onicis. f 0 0 0 0 Dean for the Clowns. ton 153. Fleet Sonar. I Fritz Crisler winner of washing machine in Noma bubble lit**. CampleW eat
good condition $40.00. Can be
Buchweitz c _10 0 2 20 I|I First game at '1:15 p. m. and Seventh bout: H. J. Majchowski the honor last year. I seen at 930 Catherine Street $3.00. General EVrtrtc aertea

Boyan c nm_ 0 0 2 0 the second at 3:30 p. m. I 162, FAWTUlant). vs. E. W.I Phone 858-R. dec8-3t liter $1.19. Poor OM CraiL
Newlan g I I 0 3 Long 159 U.S.S. PC 1263. 1019 White Street ds 4-4ttl

Olson c .__ 0 1 0 1 Eighth bout: R. H. Murray I Ice-hockey is a game which
Swihart g b 0 0 0 How They Stand 139, U.S.S. Foss, vs. M. L. Harris probably dates from the 18th FOR SALE-USED CARS Wheelchair (adjusUM Brawlnew.

Ratunno g 0 0 0 0 144, Fleet Sonar. I Century. Very reaaonaMc. Apply'
1940 Ford panel truck excellent 529 Elizabeth
G. E. Rich 145, Street.
Semi-final ,
Total ..___.__17 6 10 40 LOCAL BASEBALL FAWTUlant:), vs. Ronald Cotton I WANTED TO RENT condition. $675. Apply 1415 ..-3U
Score by Quarters: Key West Senior Baseball League 145 Fleet Sonar. I Pine Street dec6-6tx

Pollocks Jewls_ 13 11 13 7-44 (Municipal Stadium) Main ,Event: A. M. Scontrino, Quiet couple who likes your hospitality -' See our Xmas ipectota trap-

Sound Schl. __..13 7 9 14 40 Club- W. L. Pet I 180 Fleet Sonar vs. C. H. Mercer,I' fair city and ideal 942 Chevrolet, radio, good ical fish aquatic pa..U Mid

Referee. Woodson umpires' Key West Clowns _. 52 .710' 185, Blimpron. climate, wishes to rent a 2or" new paint job. Apply tires.1 aquarium at 1831 Fir** Street

Herrick timer Talon scorer Ag- Red Raiders .m_____ 4 3 .563 3-room apartment for S'/i Fleming St drT-4U
tular. Atomic Bombers 3 4 .426 I months. Will pay up to $150

American Legion ____ 2 5 .283 Housewives month. Mr. Phillips c/o Key 1939 Plymouth coach good Designs fur letttrhxaita, menu
In the second game of the night West Citizen. dec9-3t good condition throughout. -I cards personal tatteine.y. distinctive
the Sound School B Club won
sign far HMMM Mwi
BASKETBALLClass 1445-M 425 Francis
over the Junior Varsity by a 23 "A" League Chase Dinner FOR RENTSTORESLarge businesses. MarhM SfaHfco in
to 39 scOre. High scorers were
Burke with 12 points and Myatt Club- W. L. Pet POCKLINGTON. EnglandA'The ) store. 218 dec7-3\1 Telegraph
Simonton 35x60. deef.1-11)(.
Bob's Sport Shop ___ 2 0 1.000Pollock's
with 11. For the Varsity Orope- 1947 Ford club coupe.
people of Pocklington, Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for
Jewels 1 1 .500 I
.with 8 and tras cl $1650.00. Contact
ea points Doughtryand' :an.
housewives off in Hy.
included tore dec2-tf Kiddie
Baby KOH hay I.khrld
Cooper 6 points each. The Sound School d______._ 0 1 .000 R. Lon BM1. BCF Bks.
when fat steers- .. .
pusuit eight carriage $10.00. Mil
Indepnedents _____ 0 1 .000
best the Varsity could do in Phone 240.
: was 630'1
local meat ration for the week- GARDEN AND LAWN Watson Street dec4.Jt
the last,quarter when they held Class "B" League I jumped a slaughterhouse fence SUPPLIES
Club- W. L. Pet.
the Sound School to a tie of 7 and headed for the Yorkshire 1937 Buick sedan. Call 705-J, Lot galvanized ehrngia. Fair
points. Elks Club _____ 1 0 1.000
Sound School h ___ 1 0 1.000 moors Pottery suitable for large gardenia after 5 P.M. dec8-3tx condition. Barges $.M. ISIS
by :
quarters They caught them all-the last plants. Also peat moss. Key South Street der-lc
0 1.000 ;
Beachcomber Jewelers 1
Jr. Varsity 2 3 11 -23
of three ten miles and! West
villages Garden and Lawn
Sup- 1941 Ford convertible club
Sound Schl. _10 7 15 7 39 Junior Varsity ____ 0 2 .000 coupe
Billie's Drive-Ins 0 1 .000 eight hours later. ply Co.. 914 Fleming St., Phone good condition. 1317 Petronia Air condition faMirtg ......
Referee, Woodson Umpires Said a tired housewife: "What]/ 1019. dec6-tf Street, or call 262-M, after 4:30. carriage, hand awn..... nM of
Herrick timer Talon Scorer
Ag- would you do? That was our dec7.3txPontiac chicken wire. Phtoe Nf'.R or
uilar. Sports CalendarSKATING Sunday dinner." I FOR RENTAPARTMENTS'Furnished 913 Georgia Street del4Jla
In the third and last game of
the night the Bob's Sport Shop 1934, good condition. "
2M>-room apartment HELP WANTED-TEMALE
five won their second straight Can be seen at Overseas Mar-
fame and went into thelead'in; Bayview Park. Night (Continued From Page One) I Utilities furnished. $25.00 week- ket TeL 419. dec8-6t -A
the League when they. won:in a FRIDAY- Hospital Christmas Party stated ly. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 Lady to do bookkeeping bi tta-t.

thriller over the independents by 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.TENNIS. that the affair would be held at I Windsor Lane. decl-tf 1941 fordor de luxe Chevrolet Se- time at home. Bern AB. The.
30 7 m., December 24th at the Citizen. drN M f
a to 26 score. Both clubs p. dan. Fully equipped with ra-
played nip and tuck all the game Naval HospitaLThe Modem furnished efficiency and dio. This car is thoroughly
Post bedroom apartments. Yearly or Experienced gull f. uaalismi aj.terations. .
until the last quartery when a Bayriew Park. Afternoons adopted a resolution rlean. Best buy in South
season rentaL Pine Plaza, Apply 41t So.wtM d.dec4M .
four was called on E. Sweetingand and Nights in accordance with the requestof Florida. Phone A. J. Mc-
the Chamber of Commerce 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf a
Barber made it good then
Daily play. Ewan Boca Chica 212. after 5p.rn.
afoul was called on Parks and protesting the discontinuance of Seaplane Base 221.
Roberts sank both to go into the SHUFFLEBOARDBayview National Air Lines services. Apartments. Electric kitchen. dec9-4t HELP WANTED-MALE
Victor Hartman a reporton Per day or season. 909 Eliza-
lead by three points but a foul Park gave
on B. Sweeting was called and ( the "Golden Gloves" tourna- beth Street dec6-tf Louu F. Dow Co.. ling .aaUti A
Parks sank same then it was Daily play.SENIOR ment to be held Friday eveningat FOR SALE-BOATS AND ed creator and ptwfcsreta i-t

played back and forth until the NCCS, 1020 Duval street Furnished apartment 3 rooms and MARINE MOTORS finest lith >crapfcHi4t her tern
finally Roberts sank a field goal BASEBALL j Hartman stated the Post wouldbe bath. Maid and janitor serv- territory for men" ,....w. (4
and the whistle blew to end the Municipal Stadium. Afternoon II represented by two contes- ices, linens and utilities furnished Gray marine engines and service.C. earning S1.SoOOQ $IU* a year
game. The leaders in scoring SUNDAY, DEC. 12- i tants. Coral Hotel Apart- R. Smith opposite Firestone selling calendara daravl mail
were. Barber and Roberts each First Game-American Legion The Convent of Mary Immaculate ments, opposite Post Office. Station Marathon. decl-lmo advertising noveMara end ape

scored nine points and for losers vs. Red Raiders. I I will be presented with an dec7-21t cultic Fin opparlaMMlit tut

Parks and E. Sweeting scored. *(8 Second Game-Atomic Bombers outdoor U. S. Flag for the flag- Thirty-three foot Diesel cruiser. you to l 411ft hniaumyourself l's

points each. vs. Key West Clowns. pole on the Convent Grounds. Furnished apartment Electric Fully found. Inquire Howard wlthuutRW.

Independents SUNDAY, DEC. 19- kitchen. Near beach. Phone Bond yacht-broker, Miami. Permanent (VI............ weder
Box score: .First Game-Atomic Bombers More than 107 volcanoes are 753-M. dec8-4t dec7.9.l 1-3tx franchise all aeusnle '""".+ feeL
PlayerFG FT PF PTSG. vs. American Legion. known to exist in Iceland. Write giving jr Mf .....,.

Sweeting, f 1 4 1 6 Second Game Key West FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Johnson Sea Horse outboard cations for fell parlarwiaic t.>

R. Barber, f ..___ 1 1 3 31 I I Clowns vs. Red Raiders. WANTEDSALESMENWantedReliable -- $75.00. Inquire.3511 Flagler. Chairman of the ...nI. Lot.....
Solomon c ____ 0 1 3 1 SUNDAY. DEC. 26- Overseas Hotel low rates. Cof- dec9-3tx F. Dow Co. M4 N Harfctga*

Parks g -- _. ___ 3 2 2 8 First Game-Key West Clownsvs. hustler to sup- fee shop, bar. decl-lmo Ave, Chicago II
& Sweeting, g ..._ 4 0 1 8 American Legion. ply consumers with 200 house- FOR SALEBICYCLESAND dsc4.1S- 31.
C. Walker g __ __ 0 0 0 0 Second Game-Red Raiders vs. hold necessities. State age. occupation FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND TRICYCLES
Atomic Bombers. references. Raw- ROOMS HELP WANTED-

Total ___ _. 9 8 10 26 SUNDAY, JAN. 2- leigh's, Dept. FAL-660-Y, Memphis MALE OR FEMALE
2 good 18" tricycles, both for $15.
Bob's First West Clownsvs. dec9-ltx The Stutz Hotel 410
Sport Shop Game-Key Tenn. Fleming Apply 1111 Watson Street
Pla'erFG FT PF PTS Atomic Bombers. Street has an efficiency apt dec9-3tx Someone to watch Hawrr. ,and

McCown f ._____ 0 0 1 0 Second Game-Red Raiders vs. WANTED TO BUY and several sleeping rooms vacant Fido while we f. to Hte .
G. Barber f 4 1 1 9 American Legion. Low weekly or monthly lie ". Two doc own..
Garcia f ._ _____ 1 0 1 2 SUNDAY. JAN. 9- Wanted-Window blinds, 32x63. rates. dec7-tf; Man's bicycle $19.50. New balloon drt4.IISTOSAGL
Roberts c-_ __ 3 3 2 9ntnner. First Game-Red Raiders vs. Phone 1451-J, after 5:00. tires. 1900 Staples Ave.

c _._. 3 0 1 6 Key West Clowns. dec46txMISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT-APARTMENTS dec9-ltx
Villareal. 0 0 1 0 I
g Second Game-American Le- AND MOTELS
B Sweeting, g 1 2 3 3 gion vs. Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL FOR SALE-POULTRY I II Red or Brick commerciaL Storage Co.Phone l'ItrNtwe Tit.decl.

Casa Roma Courts. Roosevelt .
Total ...... ...12 6 10 30 Washers, irons, vacuums and I Boulevard and Flagler. Now I 100 big healthy broiler chicks. tfThe
I Score by quarters: High School Gymnasium fans repaired. O'Briant Phone I open. Spacious grounds private -I $2.95 C.O.D. Our special selection -

Bobs Spt Shp. 885 9-30 (Night) 1164-M. nov29-12t I swimming pooL Apply on $3.95. H. & H. Pedigreed
Independents 966 5-26 THURSDAY premises. dec8-6tx Chicks, Belmar New Jerseydecll1827janl4tl.

Referee Woodson umpires 7:00-Elks Club ve. Beach Picture framing, pictures framed I I
Herrick. timer Talon scorer Ag- comber Jewelers.8:00Sonar and matted. DiNegro's 614 FOR RENTROOMSRooms

uilar. School "B" vs. Bil- Francis, Phone 1197-M. FOR SALE-MUSICAL
lie's Drive-Ins. dec4-23tx; and light housekeeping I' INSTRUMENTS I

Minors 9:00-Sonar School "A". vs. rooms. $5 to $15 per week. 411
Helped Coca-Cola. BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES William Street nov27-26tx' Medium size upright piano. low NweMrAt4
condition nod
priced, excellent ew
DETROIT -( ))-Minor league Books Books Books Large room, twin beds, close in. termites. 1309 Albury Street |. fee "

football experience has paid Two New CagersNEW Art Supplies Art Supplies Men only. Reasonable rate. dec9-3tx \\
dividends for Dale Hansen burly I
Bookshop, Cor. Simonton & Eaton Phone 1379. dec7-6tx Ij gkt11
Detroit Lions' tackle. The Lions j SALE-HEAVY
farmed Hansen out of the National YORK-(;P)-Two new-I dec2tuesthurssatlmoxFOR I
Bedroom with twin beds for two EQUIPMENT
Football League in 1944 comers have been added to the SALE--PROMISSARY refined gentlemen. Available ;-1
but now the former Michigan New York Athletic Club basket-
NOTES Dec. 13 to Jan. 31. Apply 913 New portable cement mixer.
State player is a regular with ball squad in preparation for a
Phone 1061-R. 46 Rest Beach.
them after gaining valuable ex- schedule that includes many of Georgia or $60.00. I r" frl
each. Art dec9-3tx dec9-3tx
Notes (Promissary), lc
peri nce. the leading college teams in the I
east. The recent additions are man Frees Citizen BldgPhoni
The type of pottery or clay tile Fred Benanti. former NYU player 51.
wall decorations in the Persian and Joe Cullen, who played
REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate Lowe's Boat Rental Service. Bargain-International panel 1-
homes during the Middle Ages freshman basketball at Rhode
often indicated the owner's station Island State last season. New Mercury outboard motors ton truck. Dodgeton pickup.
service domestic or and Ramsey plywood boats and Good running condition. Priceno
in life. Homes of the wealthy -
had artistic multi-colored Rodents form the largest of commerciaL Holbrook Refrig- rowboats. Visit Stock Island object See for yourself.Call Hobby Shop

ceremices while peasant home mammals embracing some 3,000 eration Service Phone 724-W. today and fish your worries in person. Cabrera Wholesale -

were decorated with plain tiles :I species. ._ v ..r. .-... ... ._ de 1-6tx away. dec3-6tx GTO<'ery. dP<'9-3t UOS TRUMAN AVENUE



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e",tir: : FOuH .. THE. KEY WEST CITIZEN ,;; rTHURSDAY; : DECEMBER; .9.19.8I :
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Large Passenger ;List For .r; i iI

SOCIETY NEWS I Plane To Cuba" Yesterday ,, :

BT NIHA LESLIE CULEY Passengers that left Key West entine Napoliello, Frank" Lombardy .y 4a .

The Citizen Office-51 : for Havana yesterday via Aero-. Stanley Howe, Rosa Rod- II

Plinnes! : Residence- 29.XJ 'HU".1 I vias "Q" plane included: riguez, Jose Rodriguez, Maria L.

_dhm..n .. : Harry Brinkman Dorothy Acosta, Nathan Brenstock,
laalnaluluaululuaalualal,11trc1t torgan.. Thomas Calvin. Edna
Brenstock Jeanette
via ,
Calvin. Ray Flint Argaratte SYl.1
At Business
Accomplished Flint, LeRol Lewis, Louise Lewis -' ald Lerton Fitzgerald

I Of !I John Bagley Charles Wood Labandedo, Jose Nicolas, '
Meeting Navy Wives Club No. 88 Dewey Lewis Bill Mincy. Ray I I Duran Stanley Bernachio, Vin-

/engdon.. Regla Machado, Alfred I cent Zaffereno, Harvey Wachter,
Held Yesterday Afternoon At NCCSNavy I Rego: Bernardina Valdes, Ana I Giles Parkin Gerardo Herrero- I i
Rodriguez.. Maria Perera, Guillermo I Albert Marta, Columbus Zannu- it
Wives Club No. 88 heldib hope, if enough money is real- Diaz,, Raquel Diaz, Con- zzio, Manuel Valdes, Mercedes j
monthly business meeting ized from the dance which is a suelo Darna, John Wheatley, Val- Landa. as \ I b

yesterday afternoon at NCCS benefit affair, to do some work
Hail on Duval street. The club !'
the welfare line each
has one business meeting a along Mr. And Mrs. Floyd M. Phillips
month all the
through year.
month which is always on the
cund Wednesday' the other The Club is a member of theChamber I Of Chicago Return For Season Here

three or four meeting days being of Commerce, and at I II R
taken up with important yesterday's meeting they votedto i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Phillips, I real estate business in Chicago, t -t
prakers.. social afternoons, during continue membership in 1949. of Chicago, HI. have returned to J handling renting, mortgage loans | ,. .. .. ...'''
..heh various games are Two members announced their Key West for their fifth season I and insurance of all kinds. He AT DOC SHOW=Bill Sturm C. Illiwpolis. L.r"l
played and on the fourth Wednesday departure yesterday, Mrs. Dorothy and this year plan to remain until too enjoys his winters in Key his English Sprinter Spaniel for a Chkac .be. I

the club holds its potliMk Bickel who was former almost April 1st, provided I West. ,
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luncheon. treasurer and vice-president, and they can locate suitable quarters.Mr. I They formerly owned a home
The members are all looking Mrs. Abenante who resigned as and Mrs. Phillips have be- in Palm Beach, which they disposed Rocco a term used to describea A 1783 volcanic eruption in
forward to their big dance and parliamentarian. Mrs. Teresa come well-acquainted inand I 'of recently, and are con- type of European art which Iceland resulted in the loss of 53
fashtun show to be held tomorrow Braxton was appointed parlia- around the island city and have templating the purchase of a. ,,began early in the 18th Century, percent of the island's cattle 77
night at the La Concha Hotel mentarian. Mrs. Braxton has many good friends here. Mrs. home here. is derived from the French word, percent of the horses and 82 per I
Rainbow Room. The six member been finance chairman and at Phillips is active socially, and always It is nice to welcome the Phil- I rocailles which designated artifi- cent of the sheep.
ef the club who are model- last week's meeting it was an- enjoys her winter vacations lips back, and it is believed they i cial grottoes and rock arrange-
ling in the show held a rehearsal nounced that Mrs. Esther Cain here.Mr. will have an especially nice and ments of the gardens at Versailles. Subscribe To The Citizen.Santa's .
lat night, and the Coral We Ser- would be program chairman but Phillips is engaged in the enjoyable season herethis year. -- -

enaders. who are to furnish the. she was changed to finance chairman -. --- -,--.": I
roostc<' for the dance and show I and Mrs. Pat Kirkpatrick !
mteaned with the girls. ,. was made program chairman instead Calendar Of Fern Chapter I 1 ToylandSPECIALS
Club members who are to be to take the place of Mrs. I '
models in the show are the Mes- Genevieve Ewing, who left for Coming Events ,Meeting And Xmas '
damrft Esther Cain. Helen' Cher- Washington D. C. yesterday.
wa Genevieve Duke, Jacqueline Members present at yesterday's THURSDAY DECEMBER 9th- 'i
Ililiitr, Jeanne Reynolds and meeting were the Mesdames Meeting, and Showing of Films Party Tomorrow .: ;, Rubber Doll Baby
Jayne Sears. Four other models Kathleen Abenante, Edith Clark, Audubon Society, 7:30 P.M. Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of :
will also participate Virginia .Dorothy Bickel Isobel Bliss, e- at Poinciana School Audi- iril/i
Eastern Star will hold its
the ,
Wuiilrn. Gloria Day, Ruth Hiking resa Braxton. Helen Cherwa, Es- torium. '
and Bunny Walling. ther Cain Genevieve Duke, Jacqueline Meeting, Garden Club, to be regular meeting on Friday eve- \ \ Real Go-to-Sleep' Eye

The members are planning a Hillier, Jeanne Reynolds, held at Home of Mrs. Albert ning at 8 p. m, at the Masonic Drinks from the bottlt.
dance to be held each month. For Frances Schimmeyer, Madeline Mills, Angela and Simonton Hall, corner of Eaton and Simon- then Wets her Diaper
their Christmas welfare Taylor and Vera Wood. A
work pros- Streets, 8:00 P.M.
ton streets. There will be short
they are to furnish baskets and pective member was brought by Bingo Party, 8:00 P.M. St. See These Dolls
toys fur a family. They also Mrs. Abenante, Mrs. June Jones. Mary's Parish Hall, Duval business meeting followed by a tShe: On Display at

1 sponsored by Catholic Daughters program honoring Miss Nellie Sears Order Office

of America, Holy Name: Menendez, Grand Worthy Associate -
Many Vital Matters Discussed I Society and Society of St Advisor of the Grand Assem-
Vincent de Paul. I bly of Florida, Order of Rainbowfor

I At Meeting Of Monroe County FRIDAY, DECEMBER'lOthBingo : Girls. Following this pro- $2.98 $3.98 $5.39Dolls
Party. Cuban Club, gram the Chapter will hold its
Duval Street 8:00 P.M. Spon- annual Christmas Each
Hospital Auxiliary Yesterday sored by Cuban Club. member and guest attending are Arailable for Immediate Delivery

Dance and Fashion Show spon- asked to bring a gift to exchange.
Tie regular meeting of the be seasonal decorations and a i
sored by Navy Wives Club These gifts will be distributed by
Woman's Auxiliary of Monroe charming lighting effect. This No. 88, La Concha Hotel Santa Claus. Refreshments will De Luxe JEEP for Pleasureful Jaunts
Cuunty Hospital was held yes should prove a very successful
I Concert, Key West High School be served.
terday afternoon at the Hospital, affair and aid materially in the
Band and Community Band Tough enough to take it-even if the whole piles
and many matters of importance purchase of the X-ray machine. I gang on.
to the organization were dis- It has also been announcedthat 8:00 P.M., High School Audi- WILL YOU SMILE? Welded steel construction: shatter-proof Lumarith (plastic)
C'USM'd. in February the annual torium. i windshield lowers onto hood locks upright High and

The electrocardiograph which Charity Ball will be held. Thisis Regular No.Meeting 21, Order, Fern of Eastern Chapter At Your ServiceWith I low seats, adjustable pedals-for kids 3 to 7.
was purchased by the Auxiliaryhas always an exceedingly nice

now been fully paid for itwas 'I and colorful event. Star Hall, 8:00 Eaton P.M.and. at Simonton Masonic a grinding of brakes the : Formerly $20.95 Now 512.95
announced, and the new i' Regarding the sewing group London bus.
pro-I Annual Christmas pulled. up But not
feet is the purchase of a I meeting of the Auxiliary that is Streets. before it had bowled over the
X-ray machine, a very necessary usually held on Thursday afternoon Party. old gentleman. 1I
I 1 I
piece of equipment for the hospI it has been decided that the SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11- After I
moment the
i a man sat
LIt group will meet on next Thurs- Annual Charity Ball. Sponsored and looked
J up about him.
was decided by the Auxili- I day, December 16th, but will by Elks Club. To be held "Where am I? he asked still I
ary that a series of affairs will cancel the meeting scheduled for in Annex. J dazed. _
be held and sponsored by it for Thursday, December 23rd. How- TUESDAY. DECEMBER Hth" 1 I "Ere y'are, guvnor," said ai I II iSimonton and Fleming Streets Phan. ISgoI
Rehearsal, "The Messiah, Key
the purpose of raising funds to ever, the group will meet that i i smart hawker in the crowd.
meet the payments due on the week on Monday the 20th for the West Community Singers. o' "
X-ray machine which will costa purpose of decorating the treesat 7:30 P.M. First Methodist. I"Map London one penny!
little over $2,000. the hospital. (Stone) Church.
The first event will be a hot It has been announced that the NESDAY.DECEMBER 15-
turkey and ham supper on the public is invited to the trimmingof Meeting Key West Business
Hospital grounds on the eveningof I these trees, all extra help be- and Professional Women's
January 13th, when there will ing welcome. Club, 8:00 P.M., Woman's'''
Clubhouse on Duval Street. j
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Opening" Night, "Follies Junior oil':I . . .
MOIIwe County Audubon Society 1949, Sponsored by
Woman's Club, 8:00 P.M..i

I To Show Films To School Children High School Auditorium.I i
"Follies'I II -
Closing Performance i
And Jlold Meet Tonight At Poinciana I of 1949". Sponsored by Junior'
In the business session of the are still a number of interesting Woman's Club, 8:00 P.M.

meeting of the Monroe County'I i I species including waterfowl, suchas High School Auditorium. I
following CHRISTMASLighting
Audubon Society to be held in Cabaret Party for Cast !
the Dowilcher, Duck Hawk show, Raul's Club.
PM net ana School after a showing -
of three Audubon nature I Willet, Semi-palmated plover SATURDAY DECEMBER 18- .

trim to school children and their Blue Winged Teal, Royal and Children's Christmas Party,

parents at 7.30. tonight several Common Tern, Coot and the 8:30 P.M., Junior Chamberof I Contest
important items are to be considered Black-Bellied Plover. Commerce Clubhouse, r. :

it was announced today I Other business will comprise Flagler Avenue.. i.Sponsoredby i 1- : .
bjr Stuart S.; Whiting, President, reports',on sale of memberships Jayshees..-,' ..o"J! ; .
Among them; will be plans.Jar- m the 'Audubon Screen;;f ours -%*.* i : :' C tfi: i Sponsored by' r &:
a bird observation trip on Snot'day Club Tor both students end ad- Bingo At J't: n I ; .1 .;) i ir
under the guidance of Mrs. ults, and arrangements for pub- Junior Chamber of Commerce '

Frances flames, chairman of the licity relative to the beginning of Cuban CluliTpmorroty r .t
hrd walk committee. Although the Screen Tour Series with

there are not quite so many miratary Roger Tory Peterson on Fridayof I :
(, birds here now as was next week at Key West High 5 CASH PRIZES
the ease earlier in the fall, there I School :
The Cuban Club will sponsor a 1 .1
-- ----- Bingo party tomorrow evening,I J 1ST PRIZE. . Sl()().()() .

Decemlter Meeting Of Garden Friday, beginning at 8 p. m. at 2ND PRIZE 850.00 1TII PRIZE 825.00 .

I the Cuban Club on Duval street. 3RD PRIZE 850.00 5TII PRIZE S25.0O .

Club To Be Held TonightThe The public is invited by the .

officers and members of I Tonight- the December meetingof club and proceeds to attend derived this bingo from game same, : ; Prizes Given By :

the Ky Weal Garden Club wish, the Garden Club will be held will be used for the welfare and i
rt itrwM'd' that new members of:I in the garden of the home of Mrs.\ benefit of the club. : West I.
the wrcAMation are constantly \ Key -
Albert Mills at Angela and Si- The committee in charge of : :
a..c uctcmned. and at the
handling the affair is composedof \
*ee4ng to be held tonight they I monton streets, beginning at 8 Vicente Molina, Evelio Cabot, | Bottling Company :
h/tpe to number of o'clock.
are a pros- I Narciso Castillo Juan Lopez, Ra-
prct>ve members. j This should prove of additional 'bel Ybarmea Julio Cabanas, Jr. .

These meetings, besides being j interest, for Mrs. Mills' garden and Joseph C. Sanchez. Registration Ends December 20lh .
inlrmting and entertaining
I! is one of the most beautiful on
MTV a wry civic purpose, for FOR FURTHER INFORMATION and ENTRY BLANKS ;
certainly" it is important that the the island and the members are Bingo TonightAt

say ..... the gardens and yards of looking forward to the pleasureof E E .

the Me city be! as beautiful! as possi- the this meeting.tropical setting tonight for St. Mary's CALL 137

Parish Hall .- .
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German Tanks I j 1 When John D. Rockefeller died I I'I It has been announced that Nothing To Buy :

'I in 1937, it was announced he had there will be a Bingo Party held -
I .
| given more than $530,000,000 for tonight, beginning at 8:00 p. m.,
No Catches
Moiled Down I I philanthropic and charitable pur- at St. Mary's Parish Hall on Du II

poses-the largest group of such val street .

MOSCOW--/lV-German tanksraptured gifts ever made. These bingo parties are held . . . . .
I under the auspices of the Cath-
during the war are being same fate awaits all other Ger- olic Daughters of America, Society

junked here and melted man tanks, mobile guns and oth- of St Vincent de Paul and
ifown. "Evening Moscow" said er armament which have been on Holy Name Society and these
she tanks many or them the exhibition. organizations invite the general
huge tO-ton Tigers have been The announcement said the public to attend.
MI htfeition in the capital but same fate awaiits all other Ger-
i"*.. l_n sent to the junk man tanks, mobile guns and oth- Among members of the rodent
ive. 'er armament which have been family are porcupines and bea-I 9

1\. sai.the on exhibition. vers. d


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Fe..tREQ-\4T. .... .... ( America) t; i iat !
y Con. 1 M -Robert Woolston j
_._0 M ........ wtth Iktw'metallurgical engineer, pioneer Hunt 'QJ'l BAERPSM" A- RKET'OIEfOi

.9. r..N 111t YwN.eMwe wtslia ScaNeredw Mader- tteuemer steel l maker, born in l TY
Buck Co. Pa. Died ,
... ... Mw July 11'1 .
........ ........ d.lldy Fnct.J''Ith 123.184S I
........ ......... ... Uwskder111 - .1 _. ...caulk ..... tIhru Fn-- Chandfe}ournalut Hams; editor, beloved, creator Southern of At the Cor. of DUAL and OLIVIA STREETS TELEPHONE 2/5/ :
srlry w4dt widely,"Uncle "
Hernia. Georgia's! great -
a911.wr.. M..w......ti perr -I figure born in Putman County, .
r....M Me-N *herwsee.r ift ..11.. Ga. Died July 3, 1908. Shop and Save every day at Baer's Market for these everyday low prices...Clean wwl ce.. .
..... .l tMllw.4" .ar.. I II| U !-Emmia Abbot dramatic. a t
ksltow.. t4. FI.....1 oprano.,. born In Chicago. Died teous service. You'll enjoy shopping here at Baer's!
-a. ..1 .... (:.It Gentle to:+Jan. 5. 1891. t ....
.4.g-I ssaAMry wlrld4. p.4UywMA i I I 3$-George Barnett U. s.l
.... wedaitr ..Batteredrrittw harlot.Corps commandant 1914-, n5 I SWIFTS PREMIUM 8 to 12 lb. i I Grade Baby Beef! SUGAR-CURED :
20. born in Lancaster, ,
Wis. Died
aeMA a.d t.ntraitrlral i AVERAGE WHOLE
tltw Pvd.y Madeq.Ie April 27, 1930. I
..... wilt ad .i Iy I'MMIJ'' 1866- Meredith Nicholson, SAYORTITEHAMS'"f79c SWIFT'S CHUCKROAST CALI p
.. ..'........ .+ ...... b etit.rte I Indiana novelist his day diplomat -j ) TT I I .
.. born GUAKU) MAN 1 1I
.. tlartl.lw.M Crawfordsville Ind. )
Ii. rs.M ... IIunft weal..e Died Dec 21, 19471U Gen. Raymond II.Fleming IaJ.1 '' :
-.. new head of the round : 42c
hovel mater .*-Daniel I. Sultan .engineer of the National Onard. HAMS 39cSLICED
-general commanding :
.... .. I ; .
:etKT tfc* 148tek Army Ground Forces in,1 An Ideal Christmas GiftCREAMERY
> ..a*city Office China-Burma India theatre in'' Greek ShipsRepaired ,
aM ..... GBTI World War. II, born Oxford,
T-.ntwr. MIM. Died Jan. 14, 1947. --- .

ElI.l- 11 78 16 I' TODAY(Know IN America HISTORY: ) ATHENS -{&)- Twenty-one BUTTER LB.> 67cSWIFT'S Ribs Lb. 45cYORK \ \BACON LI. 55ti' :
........."- 122-St. LQUIS incorporated a ships have been
> .... .DO ntr-populaUon Some 5000. repaired and restored to service -
.00 1901-Mrs. Jane L. Stanford with steel imported into Greece
GM. ln.nM ... ins. .:live. Stanford University $30- under the American mission and
4C.f3 ....1 UJO.OOO I I Economic Cooperation Administration "AA" BABY BEEF GRADE "AA" LAliIBCHOPS..lL.
'.11 ....J Jt. I HIS Dr. John McCrae's "In .
The ECA mission here .
a.&ati.. H.aaUity. Flanders Fields" first appears in
b30 ..... I London Punch 1 I announced 30,000 tons of steel 69c
,. I I 1 9 II-Peru accepts Americanbffrr have been brought into Greece SteaksSirloin 69c
t. Ila..Mt2N 1 to arbitrate her boundary 1 by the two aid missions since co
......... ia30 di.putr with Chile. 1 I August, 1947. 'O Lamb LL. 59s
.-.NI I-2 ..... 1927-U. S. Senate refuses toseat i Other large shipments of steel Leg
t_.... Alaaaac William S. Van of Pennsylvania -I r|are expected for utilization on
..0 ...nt.k fur having spent too much bridges, airports, buildings, and ... .
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$ .1. monry in his campaign :|industrial rehabilitation and de
1& 1:14 pun pink l Ji-Walter Liggett Minnea-:1 velopment. About 2,000 tons of Grade 'A Large Shipped In CartonEGGS ONE LB. BOX PURE
II": a.M.' potM publisher, murdered. 'I 1 the steel already imported has ; I SAUSAGE
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I 4 1-Historic fireside chat by:been used for the repair of ships Dz63cAmerican t.39
IIF4 President Roosevelt bidding the vital I.j for the rehabilitation of LARD, .. S 23c0FROZENFRUITS I
people to prepare for a long.I Greek trade. It is expected _
woftd'wide war. I|another 1700 tons of steel will beI Y I
Tar. t.wtr543,4. Time) 1944-More than 700 American,I I I used to restore 19 other merchant ; irE; OilSARDINES Donald' Duel NIK ;2 1 ,**
t..wi plane bomb Stuttgart. Germany 1 I ships.
NMb in weather 50 below zero. The'repair work is being done.
... 11 I' ant.Mori
1944-Inductions in age groups I under bids, by eight Greek companies CAN lOc GRAPEFRUIT
.tau 26 to 27 r..unwd.19UGen. all members of the Association & VEGETABLESFRENCH c
George S. Patton of Greek Iron and Steel 5
."'1 u. ......... K. W..Una Jr critically injured in auto accident manufacturers. ) 'STYLESTRING
in Germany. I JUICE
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=:'''':: tlln .0 It. Tour STAR Grocer*SELLS BRAND That Good: -Man,You're. Crazy BROCCOLI . 31c MAG\OLIl; t\'Ji\: ) '''.''.
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:24w1y AMERICAN I, rundoca prvt u.ferMii up--w.*..t:.'<.auMir/ of : !, MILK 2Tallcans25c
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3 CANS Monarch CHICKEN 2 Ibs. $1.69 l 3 Ibs. 82.<19 5 Ibs. $1.2O
iSto Mat ..... a twee .* br.wn 1 1E PEACHES 29 .
( Noodle SOUP 35
.n 1M iHMdv ul theM ( Beets 2 Cans 29c lELMER'S BEANS..2Ic
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NONSKIDEXCELSIOR I I Stuffed with Dressing I I. Fully Glazed Raisin Sauce. Pint of .II Short Bread
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:}Diaz) And Steadman moud Machinist Maloney f (Inside, Jr.Machine, Apprentice), Shop f Daring Boys Killed In Berlin Ruins'gall-wasps Ants bees and wasps ichneumon saw flies flies -------->.. ---, ,.".. "- -

31; and Charles K. Brown Apprentice BERLIN-(fp)-Western Berlin's are all members-of the same Insect ,
newspapers are waging one .
Electronics Me:Fame, of the world's strangest! safety crusades-designed to stop daredevil family: hymenoptera.The I IS YOUR RADIO SICK
Complete Apprenticeship Shop 67, nave been re living children from digging for scrap materials in bomb ruins to earn name "Idaho" is taken\
congratulations upon the t pro- money. i r- from a Shoshonee Indian ezpres-J i OR PLAYED OUT*---
., motions from second class to first Uuder the slogan "Death Lurks the rubble. sion meaning "Look the sun is'' BRING IT IK AND LET OUR UCS,, FREE!
%e.f* *rrlK 1ua1: prr. 'bra.i 1 r rh* Acquired before entering the I a class result in their of their respective completion trades as of in the Ruins," the campaign is I I The newspaper "Sozial Demo- coming down the mountain!" i TECHNICIAN CHECK IT r o aT.U

**.......... With armed forces. Mr. Steadman the required shop and academic prompted by an alarming in- Krat" leading the safety campaign 1
have to be daring-or just fool
hours needed for advancement. crease in the .accident toll involving has demanded criminal
-J...... Of Mill. .also wu interrupted in his Wallace Francisco Vinson Apprentice -'I I youngsters killed or I;I prosecution of adults who hire ish. Some are'seen climbing up ALSO IN STOCK NEW RADIOS SWW .. j
course of study in the field'of Machinist (Outside Machine maimed under collapsing wallsin I children to go picking scrap pipes to reach third and fourth I
1 h. tHr 1 rare carpentry,but resumed his course ), second class. Shop .38, is I the city's acres of ruined I metals and wood out of ruins. storey balconies or along ledges
.w....w a... AAw.Mr ,...... urnwi his return to the Station. saving,"an extended leave of absence -; buildings. I I The newspaper also demanded to pry out surviving window I
/has a. asr' Jo_ A Attending: the graduation cere- over period of a year. i i j i Hardly a day passes but some action against parents who permit frames. They often clamber VICTORY RADIO W
1!... !German is a victim of such an I f r their children to engage in where experienced salvage crews J
*I fl-LL *..+eeiMv ... --. were, the following Industrial: J.Re-L. I Th. striped hyena a solitaryand accident especially as fall winds!I|. this business and of scrap metal equipped with ropes and safety 534 DUVAL STREET, COT. i. tfc.r< ft fUSUl Ni
.. sr a.-... the (ia.Hrcrry LCDR. cowardly animal feeds and wet weather promote the dealers who buy from children. belts hesitate to operate.
...... Cwltwnof Arpten ltwns Officer Stuart S.Officer Whit- mainly on carrion but occasionally lapse of weakened masonry. AI I I. Some adventurous kids are Their chief booty is old plumbing ) ._ -
... .... w.t 1 tishb .I inc.W. Bowman Civilian Personnel Cutter; Industrial; I ; attacks sheep goats anddogs bombs further and hazzard shells is still unexploded buried in' said their to scrap make hunting.neat earnings But they in ing.fixtures and cable and wir READ .!CL\SSIHKI, : ADS l Ita TW. ....... IV *,
.... O.dIltrMl C r\ion\ Smith Apprentice .
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dt.... .. a .wraw..v Mrs Wilhelmina G. Harvey.jnpiore I
...... ... 1$. .. the |: Relations Assistant i ; Ii II
Melsasfrs. ,Alexan ler Tf>rbrtt. Naval Archi-iI i
vwlt .... here' I tect. Chop f1"vi50n-J. Ray-:I I II
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-.r m tH Krlt'in and Earl C. Sands:
f..lle.r .... haveleer Vame C Stirrup Chief Clerk, I
_4-_4__ ... .Mre Inu.tri l Dcpt : Anti William T.Duuchlry. t
...... Ilrrstt wtardrM Jr.. Rcrurdcr. Board! / f
b..... rprrwt c..ola..lsrilp ... U S Civil Service Examiners.
awl Mash. IV'tiT Prrrz, Apprentice Electronics -'
et ..N r Mrw rasN.a,Uver. Mechanic. Shop 67;
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.f DAVID TAYLOR* ia i crowing MARKS.time.AP NtwsieaturesPlaytun S1CK Super

So says Dr Helen C. Dawe. professor of home economics

Iillld tutelar of the nursery achool at the University of Wis- 1 ...
Writing the National Parent-Teacher. Dr.Dawe points out STOMACH AILMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS,

that play U the ladder up which the child climbs to successful RHEUMATIC PAINS,ARTHRITIS,NEURITIS

:M4 satisfying adult life. It is the duty of parents to make sure and tog.Lack such of complaint Vitality, Headache Poor Appetite., Nervousness Underweight Adds Toxins.Dtaay Spell Bloat-. Markets

fee. ladder is sound-to help junior choose play patterns thatIMGD 'Drugless Health Read What They Say!

advancement, play materials that are truly creative and REGARDLESS of bow long you ;

play.attitudes that make for friendliness. fairness and under- have been a sufferer,and how many
I medicines have tried before
landing. iFfcHT ,' you can now you hope for relief if yon #

-. etriid* if*.U M he(ftrtuaHy only M'to in crow stature necessary wholesarly but for in- Who Knows? I II try mineral it.GEO-MLNEKAL one GEO-MINERAL aid.week Feel after and you the enjoy comes wonderful start the from taking results -- WHITE and PET RONIA STREETS $

aka.. .in understanding: in What is the Government's the earth -Nature' laboratory. -U----- 17'"
.ww, le Kt akxif with other prospective income for this fiscal I Contains NO alcohol,NO preservatives i

|w pte and with himself" she year? NO dope. NO-oiL is NOT NO harmful habit forming.drugs, Fr.'r;.

2. What is the Government's Contains ONLY Nature's) minerals, i I
Fan lrrurrl.k. notquitetwoRtf prospective: deficit for the same the oldest most reliable remedy for 8' tL
.nd. .. Rkkry: U out in his period* stomach rheumatism ailments, arthritis kidney and Quality MMII
highly recommended -
b... ?***. Cautiously step by 1a 3. For whom was the Blair- by the medical; profession.
... he climbs up a wide board I! House named* FOR THOUSANDS of yean ever
pWppt..d aca4ft t a low packing 4. What is the 'trophosphere'*" since Hipocrates, was the father of AND VECfTHsmiM
medicine minerals and other nat-
Iva.. .He reaeMs the box and with 5. What is the "tropopause'' ural medicines were a reliable remedy ARMOUR'S COLOMAL SUG..fR.c.lJRElJBACON
a ...... .! drtight jumps to the 6. What is the "stratosprere'' ", for most of our common ail- 0
........ TwMttjr-three times by I 7. Name the present Cabinet. ments. GEO- IINERAL will enrich
1 your blood,help to make you strong,
ae4rel stsrril. he repeats his per- 8. Has the U. S. ever entered full of life and If 0
..........e IW|"*us* Simple into a military alliance in peace- : softer pep from nutritional energy.anemia you Lb. 56c
Ye". Mitt .hi wiN Le hungry for time* i nervousness, lack of vitality and SQUASH *

hie hrrth and rrody for hu nap. 9. How are treaties ratified in energy will do for see what. GEO-ML\ERAL .
.tNl fats sI> .haw wM-ly provided the U. S.* lOa.Amazing Results l .,,,,- .g -
_ iw wle)1. a apNil! toy suited to 10. Who was William Greens He have sold Ceo-Mineral for the 2u35c *
MEDICAL records show 65% of ,
last six mouths and It has been ono \'l-Ul. COLORED: "RI"TSOLEONUMAID
Ass -- Tkey have given him predecessor' as President of the men and women over 33 suffer from of the best telluic drug items we have *
...... rgwp I'", too- wagon AFL* nutritional mineral-iron anemia. eya hindledkay Porter Ures., pharmacists -
, a .wax a ....... and some big When you feel nervous dull tired of Concord N. (;. "(; rrs report *
.. ... .. ... lazy, have dizzy spells,. no ambitionto amazing results In many instances I
! -.. ... .1" him to 1 i I work and we personally believe 42
or play a appetite
The Answers poor Gee-Mineral Is a good medicine forpurposes Lb. *
a Nub.. risrit Acs whole body when your eyes lack that bright as indicated and recommend
i a..t, wm .*..n motor skills! ; spark and your mind brilliance, it to sufferers who nave tried other Snap B....
|. w.tM W MM* fueled and erect; 1 I. $407 billions. when headaches get the best of von. medicine with little if any rckiilu.They .
II 2. $4.3 billions. and you feel old before your time may discover! that Oeo-Miueral r I ,
1 fcr .MI loin., with precision and and life seems not worth living ls what they haze probably been needtug 1
MS. Dlit .._ .. 3. Francis Preston Blair who with worry wearing you down.-it and looking for we uaheulatinfly "nss
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rays nOCKIlGII.t.U: FRESH ; !" .lNDR W 2
recommend it. j
once owned the hou e may be simply lacK of minerals in
Ttbw r Do.-a. The nor your blood. CEO-MINERAL is 3ScIS i iH'
4. The "lower
a.ry .._I ...-,.... u filled t;i I 5 The boundary atmosphere.layer between then what you DeecLIUIEUlIATISU. spnngs.your Watch bowels your a day eliminationfrom or two: after '
.- ar1/.. acid ....nd. yet. Dora the "lower" and "upper" atmosphere dreadful diseases. Acid coddition are in using it. The waste, black as I I
the color of shoes w ill start to FRYERS Lb. 67c
I live M Mart M It Though she the blood is often their cause.What your '
break and will SEE; it
could be the remedy? For thousands away you \ f'ft *
vest a Iran > n 4d in a few 6 The Also examine You *
...... .... MI HIM down the "Upper atmosphere. of years, minerals have been see impurities your-poisonous urine waste..may- I
which begins at an elevation in used to relieve the pain and suffer-
... time She coming out of kidneys, relieving *
Mte at. the middle altitudes about six ing of these ills. People on the ad- your
........ Ilk* .MUieo on the vice of their doctors go to mineral you.And then realize the price- i CABBAGE
miles up. less value of GEO-MINERAU SMALL (:IIOICL 1I'ESTER,15PARE I
....... Is.4.r totter but is springs to find (cure or relief. The
7. Ceo. C. Marshall\ State; late President Roosevelt used to ro 100% Guaranteed!
algid tr tors Ilrsrw She won'tx Jno. W. to Warm Springs in Georgia He
w Mir ..... and she Snyder Treasury; Jas. was helped or would not have gone WE URGE everyone to try GEU-
V Forrestal.\ Defense Tom C. MINERAL Do not hesitate 5e
: one mo- Ut.
...! boats in the there twice a 7ear.Wonder .
.daisy won I
Clark Attorney-General; Julius ment. Ga to your drug store now. RIBS Lb. 45c
MI tM Awsr.t lie mtM splash A. MineralsYEAR Get one bottle. Use it one week If I
Krug Interior Charles F.
Ans rdIIl1. ... dress. Poor un- after year, people rush to you are not 100 per cent satisfied, 1 I
........ ....... 1k.e. She hu been B ran n o n. Agriculture; Chas mineral springs and spas, to drink I we will refund your money.
Sawyer Commerce and MauriceJ. and bathe in their miraculous water REGARDLESS of how long you
.. Ir.t .... ..... awn by an Tobin LaborS We have all heard of the won- hate been suffering and bow many M Nice Carr. :
arar.r .... .v_ watchfulAss No. drous springs of Lourdes, France medicines yon have tried before. .fr.UOlln's t.LOVERBLOOM: "el..1" .IfE/Jlf .WIN "
and famous Thronion in ancient GEO-MINERAL may be the remedY -
... .
.4Y1 you'll
aht ter 9 Approved by two thirds Greece where, according to legend you need* "
...- 'l..A Ml .|P.. might get vote of the Senate. Hercules the god of etrnal; strengthand TRY it today! It may do wonders I '
i art afrl -DM t prlsy then; youth drank its waters and for you-and be the best investmentfor 2
.ass M. pl dwy i I I 10. Samuel Gompers. bathed GEO-MINERAL to be forever contains young min-! sleep your, work health.and enjoy Make life you better feel eat EGGS CARTONS DOZ. 67 c1l0lUIEVS .NCMES 17c :1L

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I Be it enacted by the City Com- I
mission of The City of Key West I

Section 1. That Section 14 of
Ordinance No. 408 Council Series -
". of the Ordinances of The
City of Key West Florida same
(.lp) Photo being an Ordinance relating to

THIS IS A BUSY TIME for 80-year-old Mrs. Rebie Willis. "'head.urveon vehicular traffic and parking on
the streets and highways of The
at a doll hospital in Memphis. Tenn. but she says allof
City of Key West, Florida, be.
her "patients' will be out of the hospital for Christmas. Re- and the same is hereby amendedto .l
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tire? "No sir folks won't let me." says Mrs. Willis. "They just read as follows:
Section 14. PARKING. )' W..11...M.4
keep bringing their dolls to my house and ask me to mend
A. Vehicles are prohibited -
them. So I couldn't quit." from parking hereby in the: following THESE TWO GROUPS of boys and girls several from southern statM. won aaUoetal *w*.4a a-
-- ---- areas: : home improvement and for being the healthiest at the national 4 H Club C.a.rM U Giea fe.
I CONGRESSMAN VIEWS MICROFILM EVIDENCE 1. On that part of the South At top is the home improvement group. Left to right front row: Margaret O'GenaetL If t4
: ; : side of Truman Avenue Walker. Ia.: Mabls MaxwelL 16. of Cookesville. T ennj Barbara Huff. 17. of CeHUs. MieM c&e:
between Palm Avenue Smith. 16. of LithoD a. Ga. Back row. left to ri ght Sue Crossgrove. 17. of Draper Malts .*.*...
and White Street Yeutter. 18. of East PepperelL Mass.: Rose Ann Willison. 13 of Cumberland. M4. eJ.i Na..f
2. On that part of the North Smith. 18. of Newark. DeL At the bottom are the prize winners in 1M national fceafeii eenMe<.

side of Truman Avenue Nurse Alberta Thrasher (right) of Chicago X-rays Ivan Schmedemann. II. of Jvmtttum City. ....

between White Street and Watching back row, left to right: Leland PooL 15. of Portales. New KUkleoi Mt>.*.. Cefcf,
Whitehead Street 16 of Castor. La. James PritchetU 16. of Stone Mountain. C&.; Rita LeNiN tw..... It. e4 .......e.
F 3. On that part of the East 0.: Margie Meier. 15. of Hillsboro. Ore.; Sue Nic hots 17. of Raleigh. N. Cj Helen DeWttt H. at
side of Simonton Street Flint. Mich.; Phyllis Ann Tiffany. 17. of Denver. Colo. In front at left is Emma Lee W'1)o'q.
v between Truman Avenue
16. of Grubbs. Ark.
and Southard Street
4. On that of the East .. _
part -S
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side of Simonton Street

Streets. -'- ,...
5. On that part of the East e' 6s4a
side of Simonton Street
between Eaton and Caroline
6. On that part of the East
side of Whitehead Street
between Truman Avenue
and Eaton Street
1, On that part of the North
sand South sides of South-
s aKq ard Streets between _
Whitehead and Thomas : .
C, On that part of the South : } \

side of Petronia Street A _
i. }
between Whitehead and .7 -

ROBERT E. STRIPLING (left), chief Investigator for the House sides of Bahama Street.

Un-American Activities Committee helps Rep. John E. Rankin New Street and Peacon

(D-Miss.). study a roll of microfilm found in a pumpkin on the Lane and the Nortn and
South sides of Charles
r Ir
Maryland farm of Whittaker Chambers. Stripling is holding
Street and Smith Lane.
a stack of prints made from the film which the Committee
10. On the North> side of
.claims offer conclusive evidence thai secret information was Olivia Street and the East

fed to communist agents before the. war. side of Ashe Street.
-- .- ---- -- - 11. On that part of the South,,

Creek Aid ORDINANCE COMMISSION NO. 229. SERIES side of Angela Street be- '+ x
tween Simonton and
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING Whitehead Streets: oni(
Totals Given ORDINANCE NO. 188A COM- that part of both sides of i
MISSION SERIES. OF THE Angela Street between'

ATHENS- V-More than one ORDINANCES OF THE CITY Margaret and Francis: on .. ,. .
and a half nullion tons of relief OF KEY WEST FLORIDA that part of the North --
and aid supplies have been SAME BEING AN ORDINANCE side of Angela Street be- I i. t P' .
brought into Greece under the RELATING TO TRAVEL BU- tween Windsor Lane and
American mission and European REAUS AND THE PRESCRIBING Simonton Street; on that A FURNITURE STORE EMPLOYEE at Palm Springs. Calif.. _**... up broken *U.. sad ...**.
Recovery program since August. OF PREREQUISITIES FOR part of the North side of I after a rolling earthquake hit the area in southern California. Other cttoe in the ...***! ....
1947. THE LICENSING OF SUCH Angela Street between I reported severe shocks and much consternation. There were no reports of death M .series ta|.ry,

The Economic Cooperation Administration TRAVEL BUREAUS BY THE Francis and White .
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mission announced CITY OF KEY WEST. FLORIDA Streets. .-
a total of 1,529,611 tons of supplies BY AMENDING SECTION 12. In front of any churches SOUTHERN: KIH'CATORS ELECT NEW OFFICERS: MF\IIMII, : IKYV:

were imported here between 2 OF SAID ORDINANCE BY school houses or theatres. --- -- -- --
August 21, 1947 and October I SUBSTITUTING A SURETY 13. Where official signs; pro-
31, 1948. i] BOND IN TilE PENAL SUM OF hibit parking.
The supplies included 35:,075 2000.00 IN PLACE OF THE 14. Any areas designated by f III r!r-I--
tons of military cargoes: 724,506 SURETY BOND IN THE PENAL the Chief of Police of The
ton of foodstuffs; 85.729 tonstoal SUM OF $5.000.00 AS PROVIDED City of Key West Flor- \ ,
; 289,139 tons petroleum pro- j{ IN SAID SECTION; AND ida, subsequent to the .. ,,
ducts; 42,742 tons, agricultural ; PROVIDING WIlE N ORDI- passage of this Ordinance !
supplies and equipment; 32,309 :|. NANCE GOES INTO EFFECT. provided notifica-
ton, industrial raw materials; ';j. Be it enacted bv the City Commission tion of no parking is
2.554 tons, sanitation supplies of The City of Key West. made by painting curbsor
and equipment; 424 tons, medical,i Florida: placing appropriate
and. pharmaceutical supplies; Section 1. That Section 2 of signs signifying no park-
114 tons, supplies and equipment i I Ordinance No. 188A, Commission ing.B. .
for construction work and 17i 1 Series of the Ordinances of The Parking shall be permittedon :1 \j _
automotive tools and I
tons equip-
City of Key West. Florida. same the West side of Simonton
.l being an Ordinance relating to Street between Eaton and I
I travel bureaus and the prescribing Caroline Streets for a period
I Ration Coupons of prerequisites for the licensing not exceeding fifteen (15)I
of such Travel Bureaus by the minutes.C. .
City of Key West. Florida. be and All cars must be parked on
ForgedHANOVER. I the same is hereby amended by the right hand side of streets
i substituting a surety bond in the where parking is permitted.
Germany -i.Vi- penal sum of 2000.00 in place of in the direction in which the
More than half the butter ration I the surety bond in the penal sum car is headed and not more
ticket" handed into food shops in ; of 5000.00 as provided in said than fifteen (15) inches from
thi* city are forged, the ration Section. the curb.
authorities stated. In some shops Section 2. This Ordnance shall Section 2. This Ordinance
more than 80 per cent of the coupons go into effect immt"diatehupon shall go into effect immediatelyupon
were forgeries. its passage and adoption and authentication its passage and adoption''
The fakes are so good it is al- by the signature of and authentication by the signa-
ntokt impob&ible to tell them from the presiding officer and the ture of the presiding officer and,
the genuine article an official Clerk of the Commission: and the Clerk of the Commission. and j 1.
publication thereof one time in a publication thereof one time in a ,
wid.r""r newspaper of general:: circulation newspaper of general circulation! t
published in The City of Key published in The City of Key-j
West Florida. West Florida. ,: Colleges and Secondary School after
DECEMBER 9. Read and passed on fir?t reading Read and passed on first reading their election at Memphis Tenn., are left to right: Albert J. Geiger. secretary, Tampa fl..
1942-Here we have an originally 1 at a regular meeting held November at a regular meeting held November ,,! Henry H. Hill, president Nashville, Tenn.: Father Andrew C. Smith vice president Mobile Ala.
rich generous nature which may 15th. 1948. 15th, 1948. j and Roy W. Davis vice-president Atlanta. Ga. The election marked the end ol a four day COM
become somewhat shaken from Read and passed on final read- Read and passed on final reading vention. The Association is the most powerful accrediting force in the South.
lU firm base by ill fortune. The, ing at a regular meeting held De- at a regular meeting held De- ;,

indications point to a danger of cember 6th. 1948.s cember 6th. 1948. i'.BflBBBBBBBBBSBBBBflaBBBEBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBI>
mne estrangement in the life ( ) A. MAITLAND ADAMS. (s) A. MAITLAND ADAMS |
that may give a misanthropic t Attest: Mayor. Attest: Mayor:j
Subscribe for
t'ncy..fad possibly lead to.wne 1 VICTOR LOWE. VICTOR LOWE 'I
reckless adventures which City Clerk. City Clerk.

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Simety here has protested the :

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awn ..f JIIhuwIbastian Bach. jt j
The committee said Bach's \ i i

week written fur choir j, orchestra

and organ was "one of theM _
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Shine up those Christmas
bells, pick the holly sweep the
chimney. and qet set to help l
Santa snake the soot out of his
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whiskers. Gather up the nicest WHAT E JElllOr ... .. .
gals and quys you know and IT /XTS1 real IIf'FOR A TEE,"..4GEReickiltie .
stage a Christmas party. man pocket knife with \' kit with lanolin BVIJGfT"f4T ,
The best time for this holiday ------ -- -- J cake elc.All irool in neic 1"rI
sturdy folding blades. ponder, lipstick,
revelry is the night before ,' colors, packaged in dec
Christmas when is in
that mellow peace-to-all mood. Eight mm. magazine mo- '- orated 1luslicilf box,

Invite the qanq to your house riV camera trith automatic In- Chatham.:

for a tree-trimmin party. This fading device three a .
is lots of fun. marks the beqin 1
rung of the Yule season and lenses. r-- w
gets the ornaments on the tree M
before you can say Donner
and BLtzen.
You don't really have to hurry -
the project. But if there are t )
small fry in the house, you will I
have to wait until they are
safely tucked in bed with "vis ?
ions of suqar plums" in dream-
land.ling the carols early. You FOR A RO flJ. 1LDER a ; a ,' ,

mtfM da this while wreaths are Combination road 1 > '
been hung in the windows or LUCIA PURSE t i '
Strings scraper and snoic j,/oir. ,
side the door. Then the lusty
vuwea" will not wake sleepingIf from golden chain. 1I0idsI. educational scale 3'"R

y.u live in the country and. cache of ponder and ntff. model. i '
the boys in your crowd are ambjtMNM. 1,
". perhaps you will not cut
the tree down until Christmas .
f'\'e. The gang can hop in a car ., Lr '

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ue walk to the fir grove wield in lurex, non-tarnish metallic t4

the ax, and all help to cart are I yarn. Smart, com w.
tree batkY
MMhould have some snacks f4 III'K,: .
? prepared to serve during the I A
A y z Julonra'n/h. turn heat
tttnMniim period Warm spiced :
cider, or hot chocolate carrotat II \eir-dinienin lug ,\ down at night; up on thumrOR
.k. and crackers and cheese in cushion-edge coicInde. .
gage SMALL MOTHERS Irm')' nrurninka.
are Nsd to stave off hunger '
AH.r t** tree is bedcked break .S ?Miniature baby' crib
'ait wt h MW fond that can beta inf/i side that
( a comes
*|niTwl in advance and reheat- r-
rri. Spaghetti. chicken a la king 3 dotrn /(,.: >""reach.SOfffJ .

n4 dule non came are perfect
far HIM CArk always is fine food
far a patty because it is filing
.*4 m....enaive To every can of
rlua. add an extra can of beans
Serve it with saltine crackers or
IM.V apaaairtu. for that Southern
fa__i*., Chile Mac
M JT.. s.... to use cranberry
., ; 1 nt tut
and pMfK rn decorations on the
-. why nM hot the girls string
...... while MM. buys get the tree
ie sdreie! I" alternating the
.'f.-.nw. a..4 piipcorn for a
MTMN.r effort.7W .
crowd may not pair off
jarf if this M the case. the small
p..M which w brought by each COMFORT FOR A COED Long- P41' TOGS Sturdy .411-Steel DOLL HOI 'SE T..1 Ill. L /Ml rR: .

...... he put in a grab bag and I Plus male smnk-'fool sleeted cotton T-shirt denim oieralls trith Mic- ."plcpsI design in ,,re. ,\",cf'sl W/II/P /"r..yWlifabrit .,,,

.tfcan ble.*d far out"bays Girls, and can boys brine for some girls. I knit gloies and muffler with bold stripes in rind keyMousse print in gay' 'tiled housing ytrni, iris than Mi*.t

Thsse il uMld br inexpensive. set. colors. colors. project. 16'1""''''
a4 a a from the dime store. If .
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atsr d the crowd u especially
..ea.-y, their main presents night accident?." Mr Finley de grant the South Fiona Malar.
s.raieli fee ,......"tod for Christmas COLLEGE DEGREES SET RECORD White Safer dared. "Since more than half the!.I'Club will fianuan to Igt11s M

di., ffVMhf Tte way kid who II' number of annual hours are daylight I the South Florida .......
I NEW YORK-(4i-A record breaking number of degrees were i i area a
ara4 list will
at MI a "bag lift" At Onhighways '
MIlt led earned by college graduates during the year 1947-48 Night hours, and the a poster entitled "Wear Wat. After

...., if fur this occasion if According to Robert C. Story, Educational Statistician U S Of I night hours are those II Dark and a graaM lastrlti
cwt blie Wear one red and one I five of Education approximately Ir i I I least traffic, it seems termid-I' sheet with ..icge..ti s.eic. Mall jingle bells in I 314,000 degrees were conferred l I that the mileage death I ins children to nom""" laa* te ...-.
liaw holly berries on your during this period. This exceedsthe I r The universities granting the .. .. !I I night kreatlv exceeds the dayi or cam something white M tgaf.
: I previous record, set in 1939 largest numbers of degrees (rp.eta! Tee OIUfMIAMI i i time rate fire after dark Ot ..... es
.Iresa.M Dec. 9-With high- i
the .u.-tUf' in a promi 40. by almost 100,000. I eluded: New York in-I "A child or adula walking v'"lve around the -t 411::in'"
s_ phire C'hn.t.'e is not I Of the group, 173.000 men and I 7.590; University of est monthly traffic death toll of i i| along the roadway or crossing the I children ask their ........ .. Meie
M eseiias for games but you 95000 women received the bach- 6359; University of California, the year usually in December R. : street where there is no lighting them some white _........ d ....
raw hid UeMy of amusement elor's degree and 46000, advanced 6,307; University of Michigan J, Fmlev announced today a program or poor lighting, often make the door clothing for Chr leis. I1t1I .
tied aMtime around the fireplace degrees 5801; University of Illinois l of aid to school teachers mistake of believing that he can I may be the mean ?l tasvltib ..
aakl wattinic for Santa Claus. I On the bachelor's level most 5797; University of Wisconsin. here to help them emphasize the be seen by the driver of a vehicle \ life
degrees were conferred in busities ",731.i I important of children wearing or from a far greater distance' 'This month ..... .. ..
i and commtrct: ; in engineer- i English was the subject in carrying something while while than is actually possible. Wearingor I of 20! ftrxt-pn/e witaaree iN MM.
ing and in educatIOn. The leading which the greatest number of institutions walking on streets and highways carrying something white or National AAA Srhnn& ttetRlp 11n
II fields of study on the master's conferred bachelor's after dark. light will attract the moton&t ter Contest aM x as ..s'. In.
| (w May vrlta Vivian Brown level were education engineering degrees. Other leading subjectswere During 1947, there were 13- attention and help to reduce I Tom CuurtiwII "......... Reseti.
to sue al this paper about saws and business and commerce I : history, chemistry. education 900 motor vehicle deaths in daytime these mishaps. :gh S\.h..1 tk......".. New
at lei f wn ug.) in the order named. mathematics and biology accidents and 18.400 from t As part of lU civic safety pro. Yuik:' Mr 1'iul.t cvras4sidtd. .


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FILE SIZE '25057' DFID 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile0' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-filesUF00048666_00271.xml'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' a94177b423d05ab0a5b686a30dd1714d
'SHA-1' 2c948e9b2f13e038e3178c26ffc93cbc8542b296
EVENT '2018-05-22T15:08:39-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
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xml resolution
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'284443' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile10' 'sip-files00465.jpg'
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'229381' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile11' 'sip-files00466.jpg'
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'297002' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile12' 'sip-files00467.jpg'
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'1206970' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile13' 'sip-files00456.jp2'
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'1231704' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile14' 'sip-files00457.jp2'
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'966505' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile15' 'sip-files00458.jp2'
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'982478' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile16' 'sip-files00459.jp2'
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'1196418' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile17' 'sip-files00460.jp2'
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'1212527' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile18' 'sip-files00461.jp2'
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'1208807' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile19' 'sip-files00462.jp2'
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'279508' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile2' 'sip-files00457.jpg'
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'1277302' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile20' 'sip-files00463.jp2'
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'960859' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile21' 'sip-files00464.jp2'
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'973779' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile22' 'sip-files00465.jp2'
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'1266021' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile23' 'sip-files00466.jp2'
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'1208972' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile24' 'sip-files00467.jp2'
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'9290' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile25' 'sip-files00456thm.jpg'
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'8634' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile26' 'sip-files00457thm.jpg'
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'11727' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile27' 'sip-files00458thm.jpg'
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'10746' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile28' 'sip-files00459thm.jpg'
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'10693' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile29' 'sip-files00460thm.jpg'
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'350328' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile3' 'sip-files00458.jpg'
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'10173' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile30' 'sip-files00461thm.jpg'
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'10469' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile31' 'sip-files00462thm.jpg'
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'10856' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile32' 'sip-files00463thm.jpg'
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'11424' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile33' 'sip-files00464thm.jpg'
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'11721' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile34' 'sip-files00465thm.jpg'
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'11066' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile35' 'sip-files00466thm.jpg'
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'10845' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile36' 'sip-files00467thm.jpg'
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'17547' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile37' 'sip-files00456.txt'
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'23667' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile38' 'sip-files00457.txt'
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'18547' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile39' 'sip-files00458.txt'
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'311689' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile4' 'sip-files00459.jpg'
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'14746' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile40' 'sip-files00459.txt'
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'9359' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile41' 'sip-files00460.txt'
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'8675' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile42' 'sip-files00461.txt'
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'12452' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile43' 'sip-files00462.txt'
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'3014' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile44' 'sip-files00463.txt'
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'10909' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile45' 'sip-files00464.txt'
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'9593' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile46' 'sip-files00465.txt'
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'2704' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile47' 'sip-files00466.txt'
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'12278' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile48' 'sip-files00467.txt'
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'17464' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile49' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00271.mets'
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xml resolution
'267162' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile5' 'sip-files00460.jpg'
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'259122' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile6' 'sip-files00461.jpg'
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'251749' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile7' 'sip-files00462.jpg'
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'235715' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile8' 'sip-files00463.jpg'
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'282156' 'info:fdaEPY16MZWD_4GHV5Pfile9' 'sip-files00464.jpg'
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