The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 10, 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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ff Time his attorney announced'I used by the Allied planes in JaiMr.r M to OHMfeitr ....
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1MIsist.YUAN-OLD fit AN 1C IE: WOJCIECHOWSKI (center) Washington, the committee Berlin. .
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toe d .... >MI. .,.... .. Truman in a hospital at Perth AmM been publicly revealed to testi- I Stamp Parcel I STILL MISSING r -- ... ... .-= .
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... ...... added that the man's Open I P.I... oi M. IU _*.. -
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disclosed I' A.. drat ... .
name had been by LATE REPORT! raal a
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I newcomer in the investigation Saturday < u...>.>4 ..p..t HI coignr .
FERRY ISSUE was familiar with the story that I i .: Due /+' Reletme/ I: ill h. ..* *M. .* fk.tVUra"W \
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document that was stolen usually closes at noon on Saturday ACCUSED OF MUHDF.KAt 1 1v 1I ....*M.r >...iiiHi... *. .. II.. **
goes into detail about Great Britam's but because of the I I From Jnil Ltiler i |>.lt>...*.. .< a IWlBMl .1.
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I i or not to spend more money for I j Christmas holiday the { InINone 1)(11 ,orI w rw.t _... ____
battle ships or battle cruisers, the I stamp and parcel post windows ..... ......... ... .,riteNM -
number of Chinese troops, that II will remain open till 6 p.rn. to- Of Men the lMf al .. ... __. :- [IMI1Mi
NEXT WEEK ] was available 10 years ago to morrow. Postmaster Hollon R. ...._.H..bIt aloe .. a'SSea. .. I r r r-
fight against the Japs and tte I .' a rlti k- Mfaloof.
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German invasion of Austria a Bcrvdldi said today. a I ; pt/s ........-'1a.... ...sw.M Mfr .. ...-...
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........ .iswr I:urtM.uel) Augusta;: ; __ _.--. _n ___ 33 I IIltlhngs which retained information about Kermit of the has house been com-elected TlenuriK: strttU .. .UU ma i ::k.I tIM..

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...,. bruriltcr* n..nul _n 27 31 uIkrtun been given agent for the Russian ,, Commerce Ralph. Faraldo it was has announced been named today "-"l\,, \ County Sawyer Jwl has .by.....Shenrf... Mid Mrrtui.Mtry MIscheduled A I i KM: ) "UI.U1) (. NKPtiiti( .:

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i ., I o.- 1..u"IUe 27 The plight of the Nationalist :. the Sixth Naval District. Hi ', WI nriholtlinn. MIa..ked Mv .ells.
g ...... o.r= ;; I I Meridian, ... 31 I government in China it was said. '', left the city on Tuesday. was charged' with murder at from the ........ ....... I II t ,. .*. a..Mlta..e..aIAIWI.1l. ,.......... ,
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the death cf W. H. Erwin. I __
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mountain standard subtract two ::1141 clock P. M.. for the purposeof -
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... aN.rwM r........ e. '''I. p.por. andNttTUK "The trend net included. thereon and for the disposition ofKuch I REX reached past her and I with your' ._ .w I IJs. I.. ?.... ... .
I M.. _...... ...- is apparent to everybody. other hUKineiM' a. may lawfully Joe's brown hand. -Sh docsol know I'M ....... .

WasHter .n$ That may or may not be so, as regards FRIDAY DICEMBIK 10 I poihe hefore( the meetinRSifrred) I "Come in. come in. I'd recogmz* "You know Joe I th6ak.- .. 4I. -:
You mint be a bRe .
_hall "everybody" for some persons are not dis- I4 l iltiJI Vic* Premdent('. L.and Oardner Cashier vou S-noky anywhere.Joe. You couldn't be anyone Wayne ..,.11.. and W4 Nt Mahand. 1 .. pltl.llr'. fort o..

-- _. a.t' to trends. Residents for instance .00-Now* Report U Mln-nb* I .... a..r 5. 14 else since Rosalie fid me "I want to UwuA ,.. M
___ Lt. posed see Newscast Every Day-cb* 0 __ ..tSHlO. in other resorts in Florida would Kiddle Network Hour Si.nt(repeat Hour-abc-east)-Abe-west I she"Waiting was waiting for me?" you. .. very brsV you. am ... 1. we.M ,
1\ THE riKCI'IT t'01 HT nf TIIKft eM ... ...
.. Network Silent (1 b'-mb..s' savages. No one
.t.... .._et-/\4. .0 AgOHeatNsr .Tr. not see, to any extent at least any decided Kiddie Hour lrepe&O-wba-wat$15Sports ..:\ KITH J11)1'Itl.. I IKI"I ITUK Rex patted his arm JoYll11) anything ...... .1 bpd
trend in Key West toward its becomingone : : Music THE) FOR KT\TK MO Ml.'OK FUHIIIt. 1Atl \ 1 I "Why not* Aren't you her. 'afro! ? Joe aquared W- .*"**"*-2
1'1)1 \Tl.
4 'U. You and Theater-cbs Come sit down and tell' PIe all c. :
4 1Ite1. .
M g rr. o.rrw, r..t..l thaako, r..oletloa.l of the best known resorts in Florida" C.4S: -Newscast by Thrt -nbo l\ ll'% KH1. !! beat it I came back front-San ual. to talk to Rw\4 hH.1 .
.. .q, .MYSI., p 4 *U, Will be Lowell Thomas (repeat U)-ct>* fearw 11-41011 Aod b7 God fm gent a. Wk Ie a ta..h.y sass .
tl! M. Oae..t I* s04a .a less.F. Reason for that attitude is because 7;0 -Supper CIol>-nbe-bulo! In the Matter' of the Adoption ..r\ ', Francisco just to neat. to alb you realty tall her Baaiel'" else 4fmr o .........., s,
... o.e.naa..or by church from The tieulab SkltcbtNews <:.XIL ANN CHAMI'.KP.UAiN. a minor met: >ou. of tours .Y... Jo* fecal .htmTm agyd h.

it!,e.aM. I.m _M h..e.4. n f. esm_...C. e.als I."...a. lint.. ... some persons .don't wish to recognize a Fulton" and Lewis.Comm.ntarybc Jr.-mb* NOTU.K TO ,ITKll I Meet me*" not tooU l. ..*'. "1 \ -J.W.. la* <
w'b eap
....'. ... 4 ad.-t. .r 1..1 Cor trend: when it runs counter to their preju 7.I5-Xe. and Comment ab THE STATE OF Flxmil! l.. Edward Joe was utterly bewildered< U I with you two mf* *irjr .
.......... -, ,1 a... p.NMh ....7.oU' Jack Smith Show-cb -, Taylor (Chamberlain f perrv I j, well he mght! be under the cir- but I'm not guest<< to let you .*. .. Tz< *+
dices. Up to 4 o'clock on the morning after Daily Comm.nta"-abo Siren New London. Connecticut, asfather cumj.tan.ces.Rosclie. me. I came U> ask &.*. to .*",y
Dinner Date-rnbs and natural parent of the j' nttfmi.lff.-mt
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November's election CBS announcers in said ':ail Ann Chamberlain. minor : closed the door quietly me. tslal. e
7:30-Th* Smoothie*-nbo '.. a I I.u .st .. ..- ... .
Bob Crosby Club-cb % are herebnotified that a and went back to her breakfast. I have array f .
New York all of whom were Republicans, lone Ranter* petition fur the Adoption of .ail She was shaking with annoyance? .-m.4 Re II&min ... -
continued to repeat "No trend is showing Hoary j. Taylor--mb* Ann Chamberlain a minor has. Ix-en ( but she managed to keep her -ADd Laaid W., W .... -- a
MEMBER !) 7.4V Nowe Comment-ob* uled in the Circuit Court of thellvellb } voice steady. I deep lOUd fGl'edo "1 ... bar to
Q 19 41
Judicial Uirt; 'uit of the1.state
Broadcast cb
News -
yet but any fair-minded person listeningto Sport! Comment-mba* :; ..f Florida. In and for Monroe .J "You'll excuse me while I eat; to again now I ma** *it ao 1 1. 1I1rt1

them knew that the trend had been in ado Paal .......11. Band-eib* County George Fleming in l.Jo..rt. by David j you two want to talk anyway. much moro than I did Urn. .. 1 e !
Jack Carson hdow favor of Truman since early the evening fat liar DotecUT*-*b required to be .aP""I I'r"i51 j Joe swallowed a lumR in *'frig girl stood Wf sl wb. A .
Curt: on the nth of j throat "But. Rosalie. I THE
Great Play Scne mbjJ January I came- i Iwa4
,,, hHwU with a
': *-Jimmy Dorant Show cb4 1'4' aad to show rau If any \ou 'I :
she cut coldly.
before.We M,. and Jan. Ac*-cb* can. why lId petition should not I "Tell Rex. in on the back of .hr cfcitr. ... gi,
know in Key West that the trend Tbl I. V.B.L Druna-&h. be ranted "Oh I forgot. Meet Rex Halt He was breathing doc4jr M otfcjc- eva, Illy 1 ma yD I
.M..eYEMDfTa FOR KEY WEST Leave It to Girl*-mb. .Dated al KeyVe"t. Florida this, ) is my business agent Any arrangements wise seemed quit. .aim **ofthis .... .e ate poe kr11a
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I is that our city is going to be a topnotch ': -Hy Gardner Samb 9th(Circuit day Courtseal of Heremoer .V. I' 114$. I for more publicity" strange triple pr.pu.L' Br -. Md.,.

winter resort but in knowing that we I:00 The-Eddie Cantor. Show-abe. ) ) Born C Sawyer have to go through him. voice was cool eoeugfe to surpriMhenelt. 1. leM.. *ed .. _..
Friday Theatercb.Break
the Bank abo A* Clerk of aid Court "Publicity* Dodo you think I 3...
I. Mar .UU. u4 Apwtmects.a. should not do anything that may change Gabriel Ueatter -Comment-tr*. dec. a-17-b4-31.154' s. I arranged that?" Aren't all three of you bell Jet's few .._ 54 7.
that tendency. Owners of property should :1S-X'w. Broadcs-st-mb* "Didn't you? Too bad. As one a little demanding abowi all .....'* 4 be'. s III sole e
Bath sad Bathing PaYWoL (.30-Rod Skelton Show-ob IN Tilt rOr\T'- JI'lH.IrS! ('Ol KT. of our smartest theatrical agents Rex found his vote* ftnt ..a*.. Cssm'etk Ile. Js0t ws e. .
a. AlrptwtJ-I inrl and Sea. not try to become rich overnight by asking, The fcheriff. Drama-ab IN KIOKIUl.ails KOH MOM40I-: 1'01T1.. .I Rex could probably arrange other I'm sorry. darlwiC. Wo are afl ..,... M .0 .-..." f

1 eeaelidato..t? : County udOty exorbitant rents. Miami and Miami Your For a Songmb.0:33Five In Re Estate. lPMOKITK.of I I little jobs for you" sorry. I'm sure. But you' ao you .be& .t +..._ I ...11.1.klwt

OoMmfTunti.t New for Minute 5 Minutes Sports-mba-aba II4KKY! C\LEY The bell rang again. Rex have a problem oo your has. ck M .... ..
Beach on two occasions at least were 10:00-Life of Riley-nbc Il.ceaeed.SOTICB dashed to the door. Rosalie's hand You can marry Way.. aMt berk'it l=- ssh* M pwe
rnsamiintTj Auditorium. shunned to some extent by.tourists becauseof Friday. PlayhousecbsBoxing / I'OHT .*OF M> l-II.IN APPI.ICtTIoF'Oll.'I\ 'I. HK-" shook as she poured and then held in California.. You CM many saesw..
& Sports-ab< out the Joe took if Joe otdneighborhood. tiatle '' .
US<''' 'U..... cup. humbly. and go back to your '' .
sky-scraping charges of rents. Touristsare Meet the Press-mb* TOLL W'IIOIIT MAY CONCERN; "I-I know I'm butting in on- You ran many mt Mal 1. 114:4w ,
10.30-Bill Stern T.Iknbo Nonce i.. hereby given to all prrmns I on business." and go Jn with your dimiimg .a- t
sensible persons as a rule, and are Spike Jones Rlvub that 1. Ruth (! "
ale\ the undersigned "Not all
bandar Time-mb. Executrix I of the at Everyone comes rer. I think I'm .puttw it Sa/rb. p. I1tMe-t. ...
)I OGIl\l'lI:' quick to determine when attempts are 10:4S-Pro and Con-nbo lljirrC: dairy, deceaied. hate Estate filed of 1 here." Rosalie as kcd.: "Wil' you let ate .
l1OGS.&fIety.. 2 hrs.-cb* with the Honorable Raymond II. Rex led Wayne in cordially go on da ring. Wane'- *
tt-r ..... : made to gouge them. News and Pane Hour-abc Lord. County Judge of Monroe ,j "Darling. this is your at home. Tm game t. take you away dam a ... soave a ... hat
Treat them fairly and when they ,, News. Dane Band i hrs.-mb* County: Florida m\' final I report an I! Wasn't Wayne quick at getting from all this. Its won than ....
return -
4LjS.stg en the improved ap- 11:1 -News & Variety to t-aba said 1 filed Kxecutrlx with and said have Judge alto' madeand your address* I knew he wouldbe. shanty Irish. You cant fo .a this. IlJM IfM.ll.. W ... I
home they will say a good com- 12.00\ -Dancing CoLtlnuod-* .-w." .. I'll get another Nothing It-it isn't dMiL
.f tjr utreet, today, tion. for my discharge aPlJlka-1; cup. way. '
prm.e. elcarne plimentary things about West but ...utrls. further that on j like coffee after a long plane She turned. "Aad ,...... J...?* ai. k \1' .
11M ...-. will. recall.. when even Duval Key I..m..r 13. 1'4S. or a.. !..>on thereafter trip" "You'll always danco M es to y.....

..... ve..p 'in iHtd and water after gouge or try to gouge them, and you will Saturday Summary I to the as Bald 1 I can County be beard Judge 1 will for apply apnroval Rosalie held out her hand. bear Rowlie. Yuu always (I. II w..8 .dr

Time i. .nter. .'."dud. nr name an.l f... final .4..... '
make "knockers" out of them.It rer '- --- - - ----..
4Eil.rfpain.. >4.s mle.h.. MI that jokesters central standard subtract ono hour; chance as tx..utri'i; th' Estate I. ; ;
for mountain standard toe ho"r. of Harry ('. ,:..a.". deceased i ......I i One of the moot famoua rM***]r r 'Imam e .
tligVla with the. laconic legend : Dated at Key Wext. .Florida this
.. i is easy to get support for almost 18th day of November 184*. I TO DAY'S in the world! u the pepsi ti. ... mt' 1 I I"'" Isl.e .... .... u.e .
.l... 1.bMs. .t A..$.. I. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 RUTH OLKV 1 the F }Wnn lD." and has .been i I IIIC ha.l a r. th'twat w-
any cause until the time comes to contribute An Executrix' of tbe Estate of '
THE ORACLE M.rsIaa harry C Galey. deceased. 1 j known to ext. aa the ..,..... .... ear u.- rrlevted

the cash. (:00-Mind Your Manner*-DM DOTia-2i.dec.3-lO.lSlS; i I j jI i BIRTHDAYi i signet ring of the pepe alaelt M e. .81t ....... ri "

Shoppers Special: -abo I 1265. I .1U.. '
(.1*-Barnyard l'oUI.a-cb. IN THE riHn IT fill KT OF THE i
FIREWOMEN WANTED (:30 Coffee. la Washington-nba Kl.K\ KMM JIUMI4I. ( IKtllTI'i BJ (JP) Newsfeatures i j -- --
DOLLARS EQUAL 10:00-Mary Leo Taylor Talk-nba IN Aim FOR MONKOK COlNTt.l: ...............
Red Barber ClubhousecbsAmerican E'1.IIRIDt. IN III\i'ERi.: .MI! Now! Economy-Size Carton of Pepill .
Speaking before the NortheasternFire Case \.. 1I- 4.VTHR VISCOUNT HAROLD RUPERT I
Ozark Valley Folksmb.10:30Arabic

elf .. that he and the Protection Conference Dorothy Romance Drama Andren-cbs Skit.-aba IUHa Florida.Petitioner..Municipal Corporationof born Dec. 10. 1891. the third
II $1 1 tille4lt. ?
Downs a fire protection engineer said 11.00: -Meet the Meek*-nbo OKIIKK TO I 12 FULL GLASSES i

JILh |jrii|..r ....... "greatly to improve that this country needs News Abbott Lot& Costello. Pretend-*-bo cb* THE V'-STATE OF .FLORIDA SHOt and"l KK '. son of the fourth Earl -of Cale-.
more women
g....If_ne .liiUMMi fur country and the Movie QuU Enow-mb. the taxpayer, property owners rI don. Graduate, .
"smoke-eaters. 11:30-Smlllnc Ed McConnell-nba and citizens! of The City of Key of Harrow and ...
Td li4.4.&" Junior Mis*. w."t. .Florida including nr.n-resi- Sanduhurst he j,I With 1 .. .fa Ua12oua hIIeI
She then added:: "This idea that man Magic Rh>lbm-mb* d..nt. owolBK yrnperty or ...ubj..tto bait.-
feels that there has became a major a .. yM |Ot Itla jr.M ,
Oa....IP-.**. taxation therein
is woman's fire protector is downright old- Aftaraaa) efendants. at 25. In **** ...*. )** (buy ... &*. I .
t1111M a "........ mutual lack of compre 12-00: -Theater cf Today-cb* TO THE STATE tlF FLORIDA, botia carUMf Sot taaa haas.
fashioned. Given a chance a woman is t'n.'b'p' t -*.b* UUENV C MINTER, World War I PKMS! A--, i.p.t w.fs I
..:...: .." t.*4w-..n the. two countries about : Show-Jed.* STATE ATTORNEY. FOR THE I he went over ; valuerUndtr f
just as capable as a man when it comes to 12:30-Frank ltIerl.ell-Dbo EI.K\KVTIi: .: JauacuI. I'IRTIT / 1
.... pr.dlki all WI teat, despite thee mis- Orand Central Drama-cb. IN' AND K/Rl4iNRtiH. COUNT. s the top 30 times, i
putting out fire. All she needs
a is-in American Farmer abd> FLORIItA. ANiS THE SEVERAL. before wound
aal .pN.... fIpeM **t< becoming increas- Campu. Salute-mb. pnOI.tftTuWXtftS" TAX PAY. ln.
struction in the fire ed. In World
using proper fighting 1.00-Farm and Horn*-nba .:ftS" CITIZENS ANU UTIIKRS
..... 1..M wltieM wL"Th. tools and she County Fair Quis-cb* HAVING OR CI.A1M1NC ANY War II, with)
can fight fires with the best
uncheon Interview aba
......... .lf> interview granted hu field
an of men.' At the end she Smoky Mt. Haride-mlo. : TO UK HlI I ; com-
pointed out that
A4ieskM ... also 1JO-Ed: Tomlinaon. Talk-nba THE ISSUANCE:; ut.WtR:;. : RKKNl \"- i' ViKount Alexond mander. Mont-
man.roftfroBting ,
.p.p.r Oie and Tak Quis- iba 'E: CKKTIriCVTRte. HKRK1NHE ,
de. -.r the West- women had even more at stake in fire To Be Announced-ab :FORK REFERRKU. .:. TO OR TORE gomerv ne proved to be the nemesis .
prevention because most fires occur in the 1. -AU-Xavy. Football-obaZ. : AFFECTED. > IN" ANY WAY I of Rommel in North Africa.

/Ig ..... ..s1. iii.eleing.. the possible ;00-stars Over Hollywood-cb( THEREBY: : j He is now ernor-general of 1
home. Opera Broadcast-abc You aid each of you are herebyrequired ,
rwrp..MMr. and undermining of To B* Announced (Z or*.)-mb* to appear at IV:11"< o'clm/ Canada. .
This is a fresh and sound concept. 2:30-To Be announced (I br.cbl4OODanc.Orchutramb. : A. M. on the lath day of Ix-cember, I
.. A "- st h.d I ctvtlifttttion. by the Soviet Aj. tn), In the Court house at 1
-- Our staggering fire waste would be cut Key Went. In the County of Monroe JT
f...... In fa*** |M. itrtficulty. he says:: 4 JO-Chailio Slocum-mb* state of Florida, pursuant to OIUllooscoJe .
deep if every housekeeper were also an :**-Church Program-mb* the Petition in regard to the. \altdation I
t1M .. ItatkHwl. mu t organize a bdO-Chicago's )1\16I<:&Da-ollo of Ser Revenue < ertificates 1
informed "firewoman. Such To B ..... <, FRIDAY. DECEMGER 10. 1948
a simple Announced (1 )-aba dated July I. I94 l proposed
I.. r I.J t_ r. slitn. and that Spain "would Tats a Number-nibs-east to l>. ituiued b>' The City of KrytVesl. I
matter as knowing how to employ a hand 6.30-Uak* Way. for XoutU-cba Florida a Municipal Corporation -Here we find a mind that is
hue .- la la W .... Ui 1 it. ...
> Musical Program-aba in the County 'f :\I"r r. and philosophic and little
fire extinguisher or even a garden hose line or Falsembseast0:45Lassie Mate of Florida, in the principal j I a too cntaI i
Ik .*Mlto 1 i. .Kr :Sf>aHf)>h Dictator ex- Doc Drama-aba amount of $:;i, uO.Ow, and to t.e cal unless there are good aspects
often makes all the difference
between a known as "3', Sewer Revenue Certificates' I ."0 TI.\6R COL.t t
_u1 has. ..i>. llNrt. Kf>ain could receive a. fully dextrilx-d in the to modify this tendency. Thereis
fire which does little .urnn
ilr .ie.aobat lawn .. fffMHce the replace. one TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow Ordinance for \alidatior attached which to said aid Petition Petition some genous. and the output I.Vi!! ''less Mar ,tA,7
which getting out of hand results in wide- s asry
has been filed of this mind furnish h(.,
w/as1t.l.It in eke aoov tylydcaue 1 may good d
ftlMM d i 4trUial and transHe (
) and at "u 'h time and placeto
spread destruction and perhaps death and I material if trained into :steadiness rvMl-.1o .....H.. (wat .
.flMlpmrM' atiggeKted $200f Dorothy Lamour show ause. if ant, why theprayers h. "...
L injury. screen star of the Petition should not I of purpose and not permitted -

a. ... adtt..... <* money Spain Every woman should thoroughly born in New Orleans, 34 years be and granted Certificate and validated the proceedings and
-. ... .. ....... earl| added that his ago.Lieut. firmed as therein prayed and au- ,! and vain speculations .
understand the principles of home fire Gen. J. Lawton Collins, thoraae.1 under the laws or the I I
iiiNMrp eMl/ ... ..... Ie enter into the deputy chief of staff, born Slate of londa; I' ei1
prevention-of beating fire to the punch. This Order shall be publishedonce
.I uta f1M....,v PrHfram because of New Orleans, 66 years ago. each week for three 131secutie con Go the FASTEST Way
She should know that water thrown on Msgr. Patrick J. McCormick. weeks in the Key Vest
reeppN.n amt I 47 minutes to
w uM be forthcoming Citizen a newspaper published in I j
burning grease in a frying pan or oven will rector of the Catholic Universityof the 1'ounty of Monroe, state of ;
... pl..ln a MPt.wl. wilhiH governments America Washington born Florida, the firnt publkatioii( there-I
scatter the fire, not quench it-it sttould in of to be at .I least eighteen. (:IS) days I MIAMIDAILY
;=: I>.io.g nt t+... M.r.hall. Plan. Norwich Conn., 68 years ago. prior tu the date herein d."ignal.,11for I
be smothered. It is the housewife who Rabbi :Marius Ranson of Fort the hearing; of .said cstuse I
... is ...... that the. Spanish bictattw ) IHH AM ClKKKKKI-: : at Key SERVICE
often has the most to do with such hazardsas Lauderdale, Fla., noted Jewish \\'....t. Horlda this J4th day of N.ember ....
.. w. p..pa_ ran iltt tu Impruve the clergyman born in Cincinati 55 \' A. n 194., f
heating plants, lighting equipment (sal) AQriLISf." OPEZ, JR. ,
...-tra jano |HM. ItanaMt of the people of years ago. Judge <>f the Circuit! Court. .Kitenth -...
cleaning materials and so on-and it is the Dr. Willard E. Givens secre- Judicial; Circuit ..f Fl.-rd.i' in
... ......., TINT vM4t4. iflvoUe certain I )?
and for Monroe t ounty.
housewife who do the most to tary of the National Education ;
can assure .
fir. ...... M vvMiiff Spanish law. that they are safely and properly employ Asso., Washington, born in Anderson 00 2e.dee ::-III.Itf'I! I .! !,.. ?

tttYE. .r .I ..... wH .Kr f*.nhtum inar. InN Ind., 62 years ago. ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.STRONG .

tlY UIa. we .bate *. doubt but thatimproved ed. The home is her province and protec- Maj. Gen Henry L.: Larson, ARM BRAND COFFEE Fly ills .JlI.U -is .

ting it against fire should be one of her U. S. M. C., retired, born in '
spa 1.MIIIt .... rwtritlrrably must important duties. Chicago 58 years ago. TRIUMPH I .

f.. .. latish. wlrwpwtHt t. by u $:00.p ,- Uua Merkel actress born in COFFEE I

... ..... Covington. Ky., 45 years ago. MILL I

I It's good to have a slogan but it is James Norris president of the .t .,..t..

better to perform. Norris Grain Co., Chicago, born
For Into.tio"CII.
-. in Montreal, 70 : till Grocer j jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'
Till: .MICHIGAN MAN : years ago. .084 .r your travel qut

$.tatri.r A......... Vamienberg in ex TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture I- :'\ s 0

.. ...g I .. .... a h.....e .MI the Senate Kil -- .Moving General Hauling i
The United States is spending more Every Load Fully Insured)lISLAND GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL :
MBlHoa which hall
>, most to do
money than at any previous period of CITY TRANSFER
t111Mi .la tax* k l fMatt. ..n for the coun- peace times. Phone 166 524 Southard St.)' "KEY WEST'S ONLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL"Emergency

..sII..... V..w. txlonger will Washington is told that President RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R I j 1 O Room Service 21 l/oiirx i Day

sow tiff a. f.o.di il.nt Pre Tem of the Truman will ask the new Democratic Con- II I A Resident I'hysician In :,ttlfiulaiictDay -, FOR HOME or

aIhr eIa.Mln.a .f the Foreign Re- and !NightOutPatient
gress to increase taxes. The indications are j

wsa f..Itati1ti. sad! will have time tom : that the Democratic Congress will split on NEW 26" TIRE Clinic, 3.61'.11., Daily; COMMERCIAL USE

.rnlhf. ttI11/I tea ....'...... .. HU influence is the issue of more taxes. But nobody knows. BICYCLESat. I Except On Saturday and' Sunday

NNMMasMrMtnFtr The latest forecast reveals that the : Complete Laboratory and \.Ray Facilities I We Arm 1',./..,.*! to Ftttik..4 N' *

fiscal year ending June 30, 1949 will show .S39.95andup THIS HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR Clear'uf* CLUES; of itt; << WKH; H K:

tq> w aeilw4i.441g i in the beat:! expenditures of more than $42-billion dollars Also All SU es: of BICYCLES. MATERNITY. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CASES

IIIfMtitt >,..IWy. and that indicates a deficit for the TRICYCLES and WAGONS I
Deposit will hold any merchandiseon GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITALDR. Thompson Enterprises
.. of billion )
year a and a half dollars. our Lay-Away Plan .

"-tprr l..wlllr w.*.'t do much good It is probable that the Truman plank JULIO DE POO. Director ,

ir ... ....... 1'ttt it to .good worI even if it does include an excess-profit tax,, Overseas Cycle Store i, 417 Eaton Street Telephone 611 i I PHONE NO. I (ICE DIVISION) !

will go through. 920 Truman Ave.. Phone. 1380 I I'aJwur I I >Xft ......

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ORDINANCE AMENDING the center line of Petroma

ORDINANCE NO. 380 Street; thence run in a CLASSIFIEDADS

CIL SERIES OF THE COUN-I Southwesterly direction to I
NANCES OF THE the,center line of Terry Lane

KEY WEST FLORIDA, SAME extended; thence run North-
BEING AN ORDINANCE EN- westerly-parallel with White- ; Information for the Advertisers

TITLED: "AN ORDINANCE head street to a point One
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PROVIDING FOR ZONING Hundred (100) feet South- 1 RATES is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINETo
WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF easterly of the Southeasterlyside S Regular Type charge for the first 15 wordsor insure publication copy
THE CITY OF KEY WEST; DEFINING -. of Southard" Street g Advertisements under this less is 45c. must be in the of fire before II
WORDS AND PHRASES thence run in d Ncrthe sterIv ; 5_ j will .be inserted in TheCitiicn PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day of public
FOR THE INTERPRETATION direction to the point or : aft the rate of 2c a word for classified ad' turn. '

OF SAME; DIVIDING place of beginning. H for each insertion, but the; vertisements. is invariably in OFFICE
THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS; if mmimuiu charge, for the "first' advance: but regular advirtis I Business office in The CM*,
REGULATING ANDRESTRICT- ALSO-Part of Lots 3 and 4, 15 words or less is 30c.H .'..' ers with ledger accounts may ten Building eutnvr Greene
Liee ING THE HEIGHT, NUMBER Square 15 Island of Key Black Face Type I lave their advertisements and Ann Street Duur to the
OF STORIES AND SIZE OF I West but better described by = The rate for blackface typeUIIIWIIUIIItlIIIIIIUIUIIWIIIIfIUIlHIU111111111111UIUlf charged. right on entering buiidtnf.

BUILDING AND OTHER metes'and bounds as follows: / Ill 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInUllllllllnllllllUilnUmmlllUIIUmt; IIIUalllDIIUWWlJI1IIIIALL
STRUCTURES IN EACH DIS- I Beginning at a point on the
TRICT: PROVIDING THE PERCENTAGE Westerly side of New Street% ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error la advert

OF LOTS THAT I Seventy (70) feet from the .1 ing. transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion la CLASSIFIED

MAY BE OCCUPIED, THE SIZE Westerly corner of the inter- ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of spate occootoo' fcy I
o F YARDS COURTS AND I' section of New and Caroline I the part of the advertisement where the. error occurs.

ITHEK OPEN SPACES AND Streets and run thence in a -_ -------- ----- --
TION, REGULATING POPULA-1 ty-seven (57) feet: thence at
right angles in a Northwest-
Quiet couple who likes hospitality hotel in
erly direction Forty (40) feet; fair city and ideal West Fla., Waterfront home 2 btxhuuMt. 2
/P) WirephotoLT. OTHER PURPOSES; REGULATING -I I Southwesterly thence at right direction angles in Fiftyone a- climate wishes to rent a 2or rooms with 5 bath, furnished. Meet tie uM
3-room apartment for 3'/z apartments at once. Cheap Owner IJM
AND THE USE OF ; I months. Will pay up to $150 condition. White Street drcl-tf
(Cabo..J) of BurningKAJB. I right angles in a Northwesterly I
month. Mr. money
AlA.. WM the pilot of theM CERTAIN POWERS TO direction Ninety-one (91) West Citizen. dec9-3t on account of Furnished house $12,000 tesl6
feet; thence at right anglesin I Key West 3490 *.
Avenue E dcc7-4U
t force C-S4 transport plan THE BUILDING INSPECTOR; a Northeasterly direction
which WM forced down in the Thirty-two (32) feet; thenceat -STORES
THE VIOLATION OF THIS Two furnished house. dateable
Pacific southwest of Honolulu. ORDINANCE; PROVIDING THE right angles in a North- Large store 218 Simonton, 35x60. FOR SALE- location. Write owner B 4XY

He.and :32 other survivors took TIME THAT THIS ORDINANCE westerly direction Thirty- Reasonable. Phone 632 ask for c/o Citizen. decHMOU)
three (33) feet thence at
SHALL TAKE EFFECT AND ; Hy. dec2-tf Stock Island,
to life rafts and were sighted 40
right angles in a
front FOR
....." laJer by a nary plane. AU IN CONFLICT THERE- erly direction Seventy-six at once. :Mr.

were picked up by the Carrier WITH.; AND PROVIDING (76) feet out to New Street; FOR RENT-APARTMENTS zen White enamel. $2.75. Ou4e

flendova. WHEN ORDINANCE GOES INTO thence at right angles in a Furnished white paint. $2.75 and $J.H per
EFFECT. Southwesterly direction along 4-room apartment. FOR SALE gallon, up. 50-ft.i" garden
..lOIIftItttI1'fltlUllluJUWIlUUlnIWIIl111I11111II11II! Be it enacted by the City Com- I New Street One Hundred Utilities furnished.$25 week- FURNITURE hose. 395. Doherty & Ce. 144
ly. Sea Isle Apartments, 915
mission of The City of Key West Sixty-four (164) feet to the Olivia. Phone 1W7. *'c1.1f
West In Florida: I i point of beginning. Windsor Lane. decl-tf
Key Speed Queen
Section 1. That Sub-Sec. B of i good Bundles of old newspaper* *t I-
Section 2, No. 380 ALSO Part of Lot Two (2), Modem furnished efficiency and tent each bundle.
Ordinance Inquire at
Days Gone ByAS Council Series, of the Ordinances Square Four (4), Tract Four bedroom apartments. Yearly or Phone seen 858-R. I she Citizen Office. nov20-lf
of The City of Key West (4) in The City of Key West season rental Pine Plaza

TAKEN FROM FILES Florida, be amended by adding Florida being described by 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf Gas range ; I Noma bubble lite Complete Mi,
OF THE CITIZEN OF the following after the last paragraph metes and bounds as follows: ers, oven $3.00. General Elertrfc aerie

DECEMBER 10. 1338 of Residence "B" Districts Commencing One Hundred Apartments. Electric kitchen. lighter, fully I lites, $1.19. Poor Old C,....
MWUUUiUUUitUUCliaUUUlUUUUUlUllUUlUUlU'The : (100) feet from the corner of Per day or season. 909 Eliza porcelain and 1019 White Street ded-6U
EXCEPTING the Olivia and Simonton Streets, beth I
area commencing Street. dec6-tf
proposed amended city at a point One Hun- 'I and running thence along ish, modern i
Also small 3- See our Xmas specials tit trvp*
charter was read last night at a dred (100) feet Simonton Street in a North-
of the Furnished apartment 3 rooms and able ical fish, aquatic ...... Mdaauariunu
meeting Charter
Study the Southeasterly side of west direction Fifty-one (51))
bath. Maid and janitor services Windsor at 1831 Fir t Start
Committee Representative Papy Southard Street and Two feet Four (4) inches; thencein I'
linens and utilities furnished ( dreTitxBaby
was present at the meeting. When Hundred (200) feet South- a Northeast direction One I
the amendments are agreed to, westerly of the Southwesterly Hundred (100) feet; thence ina Coral Hotel Apart-
they will be given to Papy for side of Duval Street and Southeast direction Fiftyone ments, opposite Foot Office. FOR SALE I Kiddie Kuup baby .......

introduction in the legislature. run thence in a Southeasterly (51) feet Four (4) inches: dec7-21t carriage $10.00 each. 1WJ
direction to the center line thence in a Southwest direc- 1940 Ford panel Watson Street. dee -St
Buy Scouts of Troop 51 passed of Petronia Street; thence tion One Hundred C100) feet Modern apartment electric kitchen condition. $ -

a recelution at a meeting last run in a Southwesterly direc- to place of beginning. new furniture, private Pine Street I Air conditioner. r...... baby
night to join in the drive to ex- tion to the center line of Ter- Section 4. All Ordinances in Solarium. Apply 1208 White carnage, hand swerper. nH of

terminate mosquitoes in Key ry Lane extended, thencerun conflict herewith are hereby repealed Street dec10-3tx I 1942 Chevrolet, chicken wire. Phone 1061-K or
Wet Northwesterly parallel new paint I 913 Georgia Street. de*..>U
with Whitehead Street to a Section 5. This Ordinance shall I FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Fleming St.

WPA wakens in Key West point One Hundred (100) feet go into effect immediately upon Key West coconut buM hair,
were informed today that they Southeasterly of the Southeasterly its passage and adoption and authentication Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee 1947 Ford club 'I Seminole Indian skirts_ Cuuk
will receive their wages before side of Southard by the signature of shop bar. decl-lmo tras clean $ Book and its hvrb and salaruri.
CWutnvd and that they will be Street; thence run in a the presiding officer and the R. Long, tags, at the Marshall Stt.-v
given a 10-day holiday. Northeasterly direction to Clerk of the Commission and FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Phone 240. I Shop in Telegraph lAne. Alfa
the point or place of begin publication thereof one time ina AND ROOMS I limeUde. garlic abase. rucwnut
,)Jr. and Mrs. Harry Rue left ning. newspaper of general circulation candy and turtle scup.dve3SS..
for Miami this to attend ALSO EXCEPTING Part of I 1937 Buick .
morning IS-Its
published in The City of Key
The Stutz Hotel, 410 FlemingStreet t
the marriage of their daughter Lots 3 and 4, Square 15, W cbt Florida. after 5 P.M. I
Mi** Eilen Edith Rue to Richard Island of Key West but bet- Read and passed on first reading several has an efficiency aptand I 300-watt Kcystwne. sliest stwvic
Haley Cook. After the ceremony. ter described by metes and at a regular meeting held November sleeping rooms vacant Pontiac 1934 i projector. 16min. With apre
Mr. and Mrs. Rue and the bride bounds as follows: 15th, 1948. Low weakly or monthly I Can be seen I I bulb small actress and MO fnt

and groom will come to Key Beginning at a point on the Read and passed on final read- rates. dec7-tf'I ket TeL 419. : assorted film. l"hwne 704.dsrIS31s.
We.t Westerly side of New Street,
ing at a regular meeting held De- I
Seventy (70) feet from the cember 6th. 1948. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1941 fordor de !.

Mrs. Ruby Hymen was elected Westerly corner of the inter- (s) A. MAITLAND ADAMS. AND MOTELS I dan. Fully Bdby carriage. good oeetdsiaet
worthy matron of Fern Chapter, section of New and Caroline Attest: Mayor. dio. This : 8-G Porter Pfatee. teeM,Ma
Order of the Eastern Star, at a Streets and run thence in a VICTOR LOWE Casa Roma Courts, Roosevelt 1 clean. Best ,

meeting held last night. Southwesterly direction Fif City Clerk. Boulevard and Flagler. Now I Florida. Lot KdlvaniM ............ Paw
ty-seven (57) feet; thence at declO.1943 open. Spacious grounds, private -" Ewan, Boca condition. 8M.**.. $4 W 1315
Harris School Room Mothers, right angles in a Northwesterly swimming pooL Apply on p.m. I South StnetWheekhair .rY.MI
"t a meeting yesterday, decided direction Forty (40) feet; CARD OF THANKS premises. dec8-6tx

Ui hold a Christmas party for the thence at right angles in a Neighbors and friends were I A'I (s4.biel. .....

pupils in that school on December Southwesterly direction Fif very .gr4ftiou and kind to us during FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR SALE new. Very reawnabk. Ahoy,
16. The committee comprise ty-one (51) feet; thence at the sad hours following the I MARINE 529 Elizabeth

Mr*. W. W. Habecker Mrs. B. C. right angles in a Northwesterly sudden death of our loved one, Rooms and light housekeeping| SUeeCifaclt n

Papy, Mrs. Benjamin Lowe Mrs. direction Ninety-one Errol V Sawyer. We wish to I rooms $5 to $15 per week. 411, W. P. Archer Mrs. Carl Bervaldiand (91) feet; thence at right an- thanks William Street nov27-26tx C. R Smith, FOR SALEMERCHANDISEYou
to them oilr sincere i
Mrs. A. H Armstrong. gles in a Northeasterly direc- convey for their many expressions of I I i I II Station,
tion Thirty-two (32) feet; Large room, twin beds, close in. ..
sympathy. Also do we wish to I save 25 or man lit u
Secretary S. C. Singleton of thence at right angles in a thank Dr. H. K. Moore Elks I I Men only. Reasonable rate. I Johnson Sea sells SU r*. 5 ell W...... St,.....t
direction Thir-
the Key West Chamber of Com- feet Lodge 551, Carpenters Union and Phone 1379. dec7-6tx. $75.00. Sheet Blanket. Se4fc I uUrns. .
ty-three (33) thence
metre was the chief speaker at ; at the Lions Club. I Dresses. Slf.*. S Ian u
the luncheon yesterday of the right angles direction in a Northeast- MRS. LOUISE SAWYER Bedroom with twin beds for two I Blouse. Tu-Toae S* H Sa..U,
Key West Rotary Club. erly(76) feet Seventy-six declO-lt and FAMILY.REPAIRSRADIOS. refined gentlemen. Available FOR SALE etc. Phone Ml.R. ..eel.-**
out to New Street
: Dec 13 to Jan. 31. Apply 913 i, AND
Steve Devine. lieutenant in thence at right angles in a Georgia or Phone 1061-R. \ Woman's shoe kta&. Sue I'.

the New York detective depart- New Southeasterly direction along dec93tx''I! 2 good 18" 1 With fiber wherb and -tho ,
meAt is visiting former Traffic Hundred Radio while-U-wait. Low I Apply 1111 t upper.. $11.M. s..... sb"l'
Sixty-Four (164) feet to the repairs
Offit Everett Ruas. point of beginning standard prices by catalog. 14 I I Rooms for rent Cheap. Phone J I sweater for school i..... Su
dcclO 6tx
Section 2. That Sub-Sec. B of years radio experience in man- 9174. I 12 to 14 AHigtor pmopn srst.
Today The Citizen says in an Section 2, Ordinance No. 380, ufacturing plants. 1116 White- II Man's bicycle $ I other shoe Soe $4. A..-)
editorial paragraph: FOR RENT-BOATS loon tires. ..
Council Series, of the Ordinances head Street. nov3028txREPAIRSREFRIGERATION I b-rgam. Apply 144 SiN
It i* the idler not the worker, of Phone 2tt M **" I. **
The City of Key West I I
who u Sam Lowe' Boat Rental Service.
the following after the last
graph of Business "A" Districts para-: New Mercury outboard motors I Bicycle man's, FOR SALE-FROMI2SARY
restless.D& EXCEPTING and Ramsey plywood boats and I loon tires. NOTES
Part of Lot Immediate service, domestic or _
Stock Island i I
d tfiotlCW05T1T Two (2)). Square Four (4). commerciaL Holbrook Refrig- Visit 1
I tract Four (4) in The City of eration Service Phone 724-W today and fish your worries Notes (Promi** nr>. Ic each Aitj
declO 6tx I 1 i II ..,...,
Key West Florida, being described dec7-6tx away. FOR I j man Pries. Cit**.. &We. ..
by metes and boundsas | 51 +sR III
i --
I Commencing One Hundred Medium size }I STORACC

(100) feet from the corner of Experienced girl for uniform al- Wanted-Window blinds, 32X63. I priced
Co FwMfeutor
5:00. Red Brick Storage
1451-J after
Phone I termites.
and Simonton Streets, terations. Apply 419 Southarddec96tx I dec4-6tx commerciaL Phoae 1M
a I and running thence along i I _au
/ Simonton Street in a North- I
west direction Fifty-one (51) I HELP WANTEDMALELouis MISCELLANEOUSWashers I FOR

feet Four (4)) inches: thence t ,
in a Northeast direction One F; Dow Co., long established ; irons, vacuums and %iVti ir-7.\
I Hundred (100) feet: thenec creators and producers of fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone!. New portable tD A
in a Southeast direction Fif- finest lithographing has open 1164-M. nov29-12t: $60.00: 46 :: MERE q+ JI
ty-one (51) feet Four (4) territory for men capable of), I
inches: thence in a South- earning $7,500 to $12.500 a year 1I, Picture framing pictures framed
west direction One Hundred selling calendars, direct mail,I and matted. DiNegros, 614 j FOR SALE-

(100) feet to place of begin- l advertising novelties and spe-> j Francis Phone 1197- L +
ning. cialUeu. Fine opporjunity for. dec4-23tx Bargain- I yrI o l

Section 3. That Sub-Sec. B of you to go in business for ton truck. l
I Section 2. Ordinance No. 330 yourself without investment. GARDEN AND LAWN Good
Council Series of the OrdinancesI Permanent connections under SUPPLIESCHRISTMAS no object

I I The City of Key West, Honda franchise all accounts protected. Call in
be amended by adding the following : Write giving Jour qualifi- GIFT I sale Grocery.
after the last paragraphof cations for full particulars to The Unusual for Xmas ltkOlCM4Headquarters
I Business "B" Districts: Chairman of the Board Louis SINGING BIRD FOR SALE- I

ALSO the area commencingat F. Dow Co., 664 N. MichiganAve. SAUCY MONKEY I! ROSES for DII""OIVHaDmork .
a point One Hundred (100) ., Chicago. 11. LOVE BIRDS
feet Southeasterly of the dec910133txSomeone COLORFUL FISH I Poinsettias, CXnsfcmo Cents
SPOILS THE fUN Southeasterly side of South- Key West Garden and Lawn stephanotis,

Don't lake th* edge off ard Street and Two Hundred to sit with my wife Supply Co., 914 Fleming, I de noche l The Hobby Shop
Christmas surprise by p .k- (200) feet Southwesterly of I while! I go to the Follies. "A Telephone 1019 I Southard

fop of mysterious packages. the Southwesterly side of Husr..u.d" d-elO-It decl0-tf, tt. ?_ liDS TRUMAN AVFNW -


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I ELKS, SONAR B, SONAR Al 1: DIXIE BOWL RIVILS; SEE TROPHY; e i iI I i Four Baseball [ WEST '()I'PIT': 1 .

.: WIN GAMES LAST NIGHT 1 Teams Practice

Elks Defeat Jewelers For Tilts Sunday


Of Beachcombers, I Horse Makes -J The four baseball teams in the

Sonar I) Romps AllOver Senior League have been pro*-

Record Run jcing hard the last week, and
Billie's Drive Ins
two good contest are promised
the fans who turn out at the
The Island City Basketball MIAMI-<;P)-Horse players do I stadium Sunday.

league played its scheduled three well to keep an eye on the racers t The Red Raiders and the Legion .

I I- games last night: the Elks Club trained by L. A. Bruise' this I'j r 4 NiY are out every day and the -T1
Legion are a little cocky for they
won over the Beachcombers in Are they fast They were
the opener by a 40 to 31 score. the first to arrive at Hialeah for j I i have won over the Bombers and :

Bunsy Villareal was-high scorer the season and were 12 hours j! the Clowns and now they wantto
I with 9 field goals. For the ahead of schedule. The explanation make it the straight with a

Elks Club Valdes scored 12 points 1 : the express cars bringingthe win over the Raiders

J and Kerr.scored 10. Castillo and eight horses were hooked to They will use Kaki Rodriguez
in the box and he has stuff
> Nunez scored eight points each. I a streamliner in Washington by some
J .. Score by quartersBeachcombers : mistake and made the trip to -'- and may baffle the RaiJers.
11 12 6 2-31 Miami in record time. Gabe Lastres. the pitching po. I
i : liceman, will toe the slab for the
I :
Elks 6 9-40
f Club 14 11 _
Field goals:Villareal 9,- Hernandt'z f I Raiders and if it is right he will
How Stand : be hard to beat
2, Ingraham 1, Demeritt
In the the Bombers
2. Saunders 1, Curry I, Nunez 3, i. / nightcap
I will tackle the Clowns and
Valdez the .i ,
Castillo 4, Kerr 5, 6.
LOCAL BASEBALLKey Clowns have both
1 won games
Free Throws: Saunders 1, Nunez. -
missed West Senior Baseball League hI over the Bombers and they are CADET JOHN TRENT tiaba8, >>
2. Free throws Os-
t out and .f Me ...... T....
I to win break the spcM *. fca* lees
terhoudt 2, Villtreal 1, Sounders (Municipal Stadium) k
2, Nunez 6, Kerr 1, Valdez 1. Club- W. L. Pet gt k the Clowns have over them with elected MaJaJ al la* frMf
I the one and only Bubber Sweating Army ...... taaai at Weal
Key West Clowns 5 2 .710
t n I in the box. With Roberts Point N. Y. He to feet
In the second game the Sound Red Raiders ___ 4 3 .568 t
and Vidal j
School B team romped all over Atomic Bombers 3 4 426* I catching on First Santana inch** talk a4 ...**** IM

the Billies Drive In by a score 39 American Legion h ._ 2 5 .' !. third on and second AI Acevedo, Jim Albury at <, ....... He4M"iM ,.., ....
to 13. Myatt was hot and scored
-- ---
flash Barber With Caaadw I
10 points'for Sonar and Peterson BASKETBALLClass Jack the and Seine ........ id ..r ..a1
8, were the leaders. For the Bil (..t'PPhoto> Ripper Villareal in the :' .... IV won rMA.Mlttid
"A" League Gardens. The Clowns wilt announce
lies Bazo scored five points to I -
lead. The Sonar boys looked good Club- W. L. PcL i iBob's COACH BOB WOODRUFF (left) of Baylor University, and"Peahead" their line-ups tomorrow"PEGGY" : .. eat4* UMT tl/tliM I M 451 o..rr'
in the new Red uniforms'with Sport Shop hOnm 2 0 1.000 Walker, Wake Forest coach inspect the trophy for II I II -t.
I ---- --
white letters. Pollock's Jewel, h 1 1 .500 which their football teams will battle each other in the Dixie
-- Sonat School 11 .500 Bowl at Ala New Yeaz's The will I
; :. Score by quarters: n -- Birmingham. Day. winner
J Sonar B.: 0 6 10 9 14-39 Independents. :_ ___ 0 0 2 .000 I take home the big trophy. The two coaches are in Birminghamto C'Ol''

Billies Drv-In n 245 2-13 Class "B" League attend the Quarterback Club's annual jamboree. Come In and s.. Peggy

.. Field goals: Osborn 2, Howard ,( Elks Club Club- ___ W.2 0 L. Pet I ___ __ __ ___________ __ 0 _' ___ the 28.Inch Walking Doll TOP THIS?
I, Sanderson I, Burke 1, Myatt nm 1.0001 I'
4. Peterson 4, Wells 1, Hale 2, Sonar School 2 01000)) TO BE GIJ'E.urn' ",:/ I Mitt ... ._ ...... .....
*T *. Stout 1, Frank I, Bazo 2, Free Beachcomber Jewelers 1 1 ..500'Junior : TEN BOUTS SCHEDULEDFOR I DECEMBER 23 ._e.,...If..
I ........ ...--.... ........ eM
-- .' throws: Howard 2, Burke 2, Hanson Varsity 0 2 000: I Full Information May Be ..- ee.etiN
::: : 'W'I
? 2, Bazo 1, Hall 1, Wallace 1. Billie's Drive-Ins 0 2 000 i the r .ea.. ,
Ii. r' M..
Free throws missed: Osborn 3, TONIGHT AT NCCS I ... -- ...... I .__
.. Sanders 2, Garlington 2. Myatt 1, CalendarSKATING 11'A' .maw -- .-
Sports .1..eN.
Peterson 2, Wells 3, Hale 4, .
.... Frank I, Hall 4. I First Fight Set For 3:15;*r I 718 Duval Street .-- .sra.... .. ... iw-
i PHONE 1000 ..e' t. w
.. The third of the Park. Alain Bunt Brings 1
game night was Bayview Night I K. W. High School __
the best game played and it was FRIDAY- Together TwoExperienced
t. a thriller from start tp finish. The I 7:30 to 9:00: p.m. i
game was won after the final Hea\-ie* Basketball Team
I Santa's ToylandSPECIALS
whistle blew. For the ball was in TENNISBayYiew I 1
Lt. John Burk, boxing league
the air when the whistle sounded Park. Afternoonsand
e but Clendining had already Nights manager, said today that the box Opens SeasonThe

.. thrown the ball towards his bas- Daily play. ,i ing bouts which he will present I

ket and it went right in and won tonight at NCCS will give Key Key West High School : '
I I Rubber Doll Baby
the game. The Independents in basketball will their
** SHUFFLEBOARDBayview I Westers as fine a show as any team open
in the first quarter they scored I
t fifteen points to nine the Sonar ( Park) that he has ever organized, and season at home tonight when HitkKrnl

.. A. five. In the second quarter the I.I Daily play. I that the fighters are all in excellent they tangle with a strong alumni 1:.J04, -"H'fl,.

Independents dropped from six I condition. team. Tie alumni are being

points led to three, and in the'! SENIOR BASEBALLi I Fleet Sonar School is represented -I i handled by John Coster who. has She Drtokt hew t.. l/ettl4
third the Sonar boys got started i i i Municipal Stadium Afternoon I the Wets kv ......
by six men including A. M lined up such former stars as -

f t.>. -... .and for Independents scored 12 points and to went but four into I I I SUNDAY First Game-American, DEC. 12- Legionvs. I Scontrino, of New Orleans, LA, I Charles Smith.Ignacio Carbonell, ... s.. r.... .,..

I where he held the state championship s Chester Knowles, Roberts Smith On ..
f the lead by a five point, margin Red Raiders. I J %
I Ed Woodson. N. Domenech De- t o..iw-
Sears 01111E
and then fur to in the!
began fly Second Game-Atomic Bombers : Steve Buchweitz, Geo. .... .
witt Roberts. George Barber
last quarter and two free throws' vs. Key West Clowns. C. L M L. "
\ Garlington, : Lyle McCown and Bo Meador. SPECIALRCtMJCEB
by E. Sweeting tied the count SUNDAY, DEC. 19- I Harris, and Ronald Cotten. i Coach Jones announced his PMCCS .
and then the ball was dribbled First Game Atomic Bombers '
FAWTUlant) has five men in starting lineup as; forwards Castillo -
down the court by Clendening
e vs. American Legion. and center Herrick $2.98 $3.98 $5.39Doll
p and he stopped and let the ball Second Game West the ring: G. E. Rich in the semi- Oropeza
and guards Cerezo and Watson.
go and while in the air the whis- : I final J. E. Warren
Clowns Red event Olger,
vs. Raiders. ;
Ready to see action in case ,iratlablf fur linmnl'mlr 'Jrll.y
tie blew ending the but
game I SUNDAY, DEC. 26- Fields, H. J. Majchrowski, and L. combination falters will be Falconer -

I.: the the ball Sonar went boys in won the basket the game.and First Game-Kev West Clowns j P. Masters. I Lewis, Busto. Larsen Pe-

1 Final Sonar 43 vs. American Legion. 1 Naval Air Station's two men rez, Henriquez, and others.
score Independents
Second De Luxe JEEP for Pleasured( !
: Game-Red Raiders vs. A preliminary game has been jaunts
41 Clendening was high Atomic Bombers. I are A. V. Austria in the first I
scheduled between the girls Varsity
1 man with 19 points and followedby SUNDAY JAN. 2- 1 bout and JV. Mortimer in the J and the Alumni. The girls Tough enough to take it- *ve it 1M whelp .... ..sis .-

; McKee 10. For the losers Bar- First Game-Key West Clownsvs. j serond bout.Represented. I are under the direction ot Miss Welded steel construction. -...,...... JM Ws
*,. Sweeting her scored scored 10 points 9 ,each.Parks and E. I Atomic Bombers. t are American Legion by one man with each Elio I! Clark who has bwlt a high scor- windshield lowers onto hood lock* isansjKt N. blow sell
Second Game-Red Raiders vs. sextet from over 20 gIrls T
ing reporting seats, adjustable pedatolot ki4o i t.
\? Score by quarters: I American Legion. I Alfonso, Jr; U. S. EPC 618, Jim this .
r Sonar A. : 9 10 12 12-43 I mie Traicoff: U.S.S. PC. 1263, R. ye31.'I
." Indepndts.: 15 7 4 15-41 I SUNDAY, JAN. 9- 11V.I Long u.s.s. Foss, R. H. Mur- 'I Two close games are expectedwith Formerly 520.95 Now $1295 '
First Game-Red Raiders vs. the first game beginning at
Field goals: McKee 3, Ratunno I I ray: and Blimpron. C. H. Mer-
Key West Clowns. 7:15: and the second for 8:15: Season -
1, Clendening 9, Newlon 2, Olson I jeer, the heavyweight champion
Second Game-American Le- I tickets will be good tor thesegames.
2, Shultice 2, G. Sweeting 3, Barber 'I : of many regional contests. '' : :
Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL .
5, Parks 4, Solomo 3, E. gion vs. The two Seaplane Base entries,

Sweeting 3. Free throws, McKee : I Stanley Simon and Roger E. Wil- l' Paul Robeson
3, Olson 1, G. Sweeting 1, Parks liams, are opponents in the 5th Singer graduated
from Rutgers College with
1, E. Sweeting 3. High School Gymnasium
one of the highest schoolastic Simonton end Ftemia. Sxa ihn. ;lit
Free throws missed: McKee 1, (Night) I Pritchard's Band will furnish
Clendining I, Newlon 1, Olson 3, To be announcde. music. and Roy Snyder, Beatricei I II I averages in the colleges history. _
addition five lett
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Parks 3, Solomon 2, E. Sweeting i Moreno and Louis Anastasio
man athletics.
U Barber 1, G.'Sweetin t. .. David Rizzio murdered : have promised to be on hand in >-.

Personal fouls: MeKee.2jCleri- favorite of Mary Queen of Scots, with an entertainment: program. The first well-advertised. organized -
dining 3. Bo>'an 1, Olson 3, Shul- entered her service as a musi- I Lt. Burk promised that the rodeo
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tire 2, G. Sweeting 4, Barber 2, cian-a bass singer-and later I NCCS Boxing Program would be of skill-wa's held in Denver
Parks 2. Solomon 1, E, Sweeting became her valet de chambreand i, presented several times during in 1896. Overseas Transportation
1. Referee Woodson; umpires foreign secretary the winter if the citizens and

licrrick, timer Tallon, scorer Ag- l'I Servicemen turn out in numbersto

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OUTSTANDING BLOCKERS of the Southern and Southeastern conferences meat in Durham.N. I One faint hour, plaster.drying.No"painty"odor. I P. M'I' .

C, and receive the annual W. P. Jacobs awards, given every year in recognition of the "unsung !

heroes" in football who do tot of work with.little publicity. Left to right: Bob Bowlbyof I FREE I'ICK.LI a.cIIULn.f.KIOt1CZ I

North Carolina State College. Bob Martin of Clemson College. Truett Smith of the University Thompson Enterprises, Inc. 'I' FULL C\KGO I\Slll': 'lg:

of Mississippi William P. Jacobs Jr. son of the late founder of the awards, and Walter Johnson Hardware Division
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.- SOCIETY .qllullllttl1llUIllUmumnmlUlmml':: Concert Key West High SchooP I Calendar Of I The Weather I A ToD.Y I\'t itJ\1HIt8:'I. I I ,, (J-! i

NEWS B School Band And EventsFRID fJ'iJ
i I Tonight High Coming FORECAST ex... Aeae.ii.a fIl mI

f HlftA LtSLXE GULEY: !+ Community Band Promises WellOne DECEMBER 10th- Key West and Vicinity: Pae11T I MNa ...... ...... I,..,., .&lIPj

DI acmes() : me Citizen Office-51. t Bingo Party. Cuban Club cloudy and cooler UmtflM aN p A ..... ... I

Resid.ace-E29X) I IA of the outstanding events The entire program promises I Duval Street 8:00: P.M. Spon- Saturday. Moderet..wuroy 1laaej.I n M 11MMa seas

........... JICiUAGUUIUIIIUIUip1pUU11: j of the season is the Concert th twill extremely well, and the concert) sored by' Cuban Club. I winds becoming rUM aat..!, se5MtM. mmmmt & mmmmV ": ;.
Dance and Fashion
{ be should be well-attended and Show *|UTta. t t-1'riig4 .t : i
jItltrtrtltftY'trtt'111 given tonight by the Key very J sored spQn-1 Saturday.
Made by Navy Wives
Of I Florida Fair T o M. ..... ets
Engagement West High School Band and the enjoyable.The No. 88, La Concha HoteL ; over myth par I p :I"I 1
Of ". K Community Band beginning at full program follows: Concert Key West High School I tion; clearing and r-Mec woe m. mmmmmmmmm* htrls .. rr..eeesa arIw9 .--. I
"rll"'r 1"JV. ('.' Girl; Lncrctia i 8:00: o'clock promptly in the High The Star Spangled Banner. ., Band and Community Band,. south portion todty. Fc mt, .. .mm **. I

School Auditorium.The March. 2nd Field Artillery 8:00 P.M, High School Audi colder tonight Cloudy...... m* etolpi la. ... fhlgl m *MHmWPV ... .... ... '! J
Hri7.m, 7ofiry Lieutenant Pcnsacola program that has been arranged Brigade. C. Dillon.Transcription torium. lower eat coast far >....t>et. t IlsMti..I.... 4tlierlpi. I e.. .. .t'"" ..-

is a very interesting one Old Folks At Regular Meeting Fern Chapter Continued nut trAf I ...... rbrltre .heMlnwM ....IM j .. .. lit a...........
4 ee. s sirwwt ire axsrly in the n.... fislliM ..
Jacksonville thru &s
and includes. several ambitious Home (In Foreign Lands), Rob-
... w..e .. Me r.. i..M ann 1p No. 21, Order of Eastern tif...
were ..
numbers not often undertaken Straits: Moderate m ft etr
-"tom' r+iee .e.eM .f Kisa by 'I erts.The Star. 8:00: P.M. at Masonic winds today, banning imrOi %.t. N.- ..... I ..... J
....... lAIM. /........ fmerlyBernard I High School groups, includingthe Presidents Favorite The Hall Eaton and Simonton Mala.M.r.e.Ai.Ir' teriUe.e4
Atlantis Suite of Safrantk in Missouri Waltz Logan. northeast by Saturday
d 11m h wn. ....w td Pt cure four parts, ending with the destruction March. Bells and Chimes, Cuy- Streets. Annual Christmas showers in extreme SUM Mi purmmtoday allll/relet ... se ........ CAKEettiprrr&
.. I s J Party. '
.pit Mw tlssid 1t1y city.I .
;:. ,..... of Atlantis. ler Leonard. Meeting and dinner. Key West otherwise pertly e4.eay. pt
+- 4: So Ar Curp Mpijlr... a... I"
They will also present the 2nd Saxophone Choir, Genius Loci, weather thru Saturday I I SHII
Golf Club, 7:45 at Club-
$. .thtbw r ... daughter of Field C. East Gulf: Uuderat. iwmhedywinds Meek Nor t- ..Is.. .+
March Thern. John
Artillery Brigade Maj. Dillon. house. Election of officers.
... .ran tin Mward hrmpleiVnsa. f :, e t which is a composition by Band Borges Joan Bauden Jim Butler Members today brcunwng nn**...*- I ...... w i.d.iw.a. ..... tM rtt
..... .a e.., Ni..gMs, { master Carl Dillon twin brother Stephen Trevor Ramon I "only. erly tonight and Sjt miy. W... I flmWV -mW ..** *-. *.m**** ..-.e. a -.-

... tM lira .1.u.h..... of of Director Earl Dillon. The for- Cole James Sheppard Gary 'I SATURDAY DECEMBER 11- ther fair. i, Mr .. se .iieg .. C..heen .
1- :salt. talcs J C I Annual Charity Ball, Sponsored I .. sAw.. J'
Gardner, 411 mer was director of the 17th Field Thompson Everett Rivas and No email craft or storm waravings ..... If ," r -
_oh K.,. W.... Artillery Band 2nd Division in Frank Young.Intermission.. by Elks Club. To be held!I are being d......'..!. !,! law 11ai.
(.. wes fire M Ie., W..t and the first World War. in Annex. RETORT ttlit.... V N ...... .. ..
Cake and
i Candy Sale
Mary i Another presentation of inter- March Invercargill, Lithgow. Duval and Southard strH'ts.beginning Key West, Fla. Dee ... FrogObservation .... NA 1I... a1isiti.r4l
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e"f. : est by the Band will be the fa. Selection The Singing Girl 2 p. m., sponsored ( taken at Crty Ort*..! a.- -

v.. w mous Stephen: Foster melody. Herbert. by the Catholic Daughters of 1:30: a-m. EST I
L. .... >neh>4ir of mu. Old Folks at Home, transcribedin Suite in 4 Parts Atlantis. Sa- I America. Temperatsu.sHighest 1 j I ....... __ __.. .. __ .. dm.
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Rhe U a the musical idiom with char- franek. 1. Nocturne and Morn. yesterday MJ
.< .. 1tas. Tau Alpha acteristics, harmonic and ing Hymn of Prai2.; A Court Lowest last night TO
-... aid s..ce her .,x<- ic peculiarities of the rhythm-I Function; 3. Duet, I Love Thee Rehearsal "The Messiah, Key Mean t*

... ...... ler...,ftC in countries of France (the Prince and Aana); 4. The West Community Singers. Normal U 1 f
...... 7:30: () P.M. First Methodist Jt
m i!$ out.rirrlea. Spain, Germany Italy Destruction of Atlantis. Precipitation( a 1
..... M ......... LfCRETlA: WILSON I. and Hungary. March, Pan American K. King. (Stone) Church.WEDNESDAY Total last 24 hours .00 1.. .* -

.. or-. Ll Kfarkenkem. DECEMBER 15- Total this month .M ma .
Ulands. At -- ----- Meeting Key West Businesi Deficiency this monthl ....I,
present he is sta- I
LUUn) f tioned in Argentia, Newfound- Beautiful Dance And Fashion Show and Professional Women's'!I Total this year 441<< .lee. {J
land. Club, 8:00: P.M., Woman's Excess thU year I.U km\ J I

__- r eM.anila Ju w. |'44, The date of the wedding of Sponsored By Navy Wives Club No. 88 Clubhouse on Duval Street. Relative Humidity.i wn
erer.w -al tree Km served m Miss Wilson and Lt. Klockenketnper Opening Night "Follies of] :30 ...". -
Ar MhaM aura Aleutian will be announced later.- 1949," Sponsored by .JuniorWoman's i 78' AI
To Be Held Tonight In Riiinbow Room Club, 8:00: P.M.. Barometer
; One of the most beautiful affairs The Coral Isle Serenaders will High School Auditorium. (Sea Laval) I>M e... I eI

iitii.ig;: O/ <;Illrl It'tl Club Last Night I of the when winter will Wives be Club held I furnish music for both the dance THURSDAY.Closing Performance DECEMBER"Folliesof 16th- 30.06 ins.-10110 Almaaa mU.Tomorrow's :i
tonight Navy
11//1"// / / No. 88 hold their dance and I and the fashion show, and Gerald 1949", Sponsored by Junior Sunrise 1 .! .....I I r

S"IIilllf; llranlifnl'it ; fashion show at the La Concha I Finder will act as master of Woman's Club, 8:00: P.M., Sunset S 40 p-I|

I Hotel. I ceremonies. Several prizes will High School Moonrise 2.24 p.m.
t"rtl, (Jf Mr. lilt! .11 rs. Mills9 Home Some exceptional style crea- : be awarded during the evening.The Cabaret Party AUditofiUm.1 I Moonset 2.11.m. (, A

.. tions will be shown by charming dance and fashion show lowing show, --=---
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.MeU o| the Key is being held tonight, Mrs. I
Hugh will be held in the Rainbow
who will exhibit not TIDES
.... '...... ( ... ..... had not Williams being for thisrepresentation FRIDAY j'
appointed Room of the Hotel, and should "
only formal gowns but a varietyof "The Messiah oratorio presented (Naval Base)
.- ti evert i m garden at the "
sports and beach wear from I i be a. very lovely affair from I II by Key West Com- Tomorrow
.. Mr .... Mr Albert
Mrs. Warren announced that the Mar-Ed Shop. The shoes are beginning to end. I I munity Singers 8:00 p. m., (Eastern Standard Time)
Ilb Aeiy.l..Mu4 had a rare the Key West Garden Club has from the Rose Bootery, and the Proceeds of same will be used First Methodist (Stone) High Low I
ihar hi.. ereort 4 fur the De- been accepted in full membership jewelry and accessories from the i I by Navy Wives Club in charitable Church. 6:33: a.m. 12'15 a.m, I am A. A.r eve treads

Atsir riiw4Mg of the club ws in the Federation of Garden Beachcomber. and welfare work. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18- 6:16: p.m. 11 U un.I I
w t18e0e ;
i Clubs, she having been so advised
ilia W.... R Warrvfi. prr.- j. by the District-Director. There is I ----.--. -- -- Children's Christmas Party ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA 111hilly

.... .f Min Ham. pumtlid at the usually a probationary period of 8:30: P.M., Junior Chamber I I'
'Waltz Time' Number To Be One Of Clubhouse (Reference Station: Key West) INI ,"t1!
of Commerce ,
-... scant. ..air pat4ers were one year for these local Garden :: I Timed! H.1t ktaf ; 1? (
.... ... Flagler Avenue. Sponsoredby ; r IjIMN'
WMm- s.srNtag 1k"Cf'e.I Clubs to serve prior to their acceptance I StatloDTLH :high watot
IJ ...... Asukt read' into the Federation, but Great Charm In "Follies Of 1949"The Jayshees.TODAY Bahia Honda 'M INK

as- .< t... prwtuu meeting.of !, due to the splendid record of the ,I
10 ft
.. .. the I i various numbers for the waltz couples. Jack Saunders and IN HISTORYKnow (bridgeOhtor 14 N.1i
aorg..t lf a ur Key West club prior to the war No Name Key
wry ..... attend was I II years this probationary clause I j jI I Junior Woman's Club "Follies of Betty Saunders; Ruth Strieker end 2h 20m
east )
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... .... 1949" to be presented next Wed- ( America) t
ilge Weeresw B th were has been waived. and Charles Albury; and Marge Boca Chica I p
j nesday and Thursday are com- 1790-First census shows coun- N..g..9My At1'Mad +..MIl
I The Club went on record as Sjursen and Bob Brown. The soloist Sandy'PoinO-Oh 40m
Irrad..i Ihe.I ...... of the 1 approving of the work of the along beautifully, it has been try's population as slightly under ( Channel I
flk M ..... Im4 tM-n sent to Tuberlosis Association and that disclosed. I; will be Marie Pinder. 4 million. Caldes I ,he .U r1II/1Nit1H i/eeieelralre {Mir
the Chez i The for the of the (north end) -+2h 10m 41.4 ft
of these acts admittedto
One opening 1817
Urnv I -
Whmt Hue m the every aid possible will be giventhe oOo I ,/tl athr+r /.w IMy N.9rt1..
Femme "Waltz Time, promises Follies of 1949" i. drawing ,
mMt Yard. MM. t.. the WiHiamsmmv association. or ; near Statehood-the 20th State.
br ... . Glob during j I Plans for the forthcoming exceptionally well, and will and the cost as well as the dire 1869-Wyoming Territory first NOTE:
tats ...... ..... "< .Pimt-ltnt- Tru- flower show to be sponsored by be one of the outstanding number I tor Frank Lloyd are all working in country to grant woman suf- (-)-Minus sign: 1O

.. lkwn n and the club were discussed at some of the entire show. [ like beavers to polish every frage. td be subtracted.
--1 It will include a chorus of six number to be presented to a 1898-War with Spain ends (+)-Plus sign: Corrections
I length including the selection ofa
'T Misses Nellie Trujillo, brilliance.It be added. rn 11hp.i/ud t hsrpr 1..s.4It
mw PMiiirtni that both Mrs. place for the holding of the girls the shining with signing of peace treaty. ,
Mi Mtaa Tiiammi were pirated show. When definite arrangements Betty Goring Olive Gato Kath-I is believed that the show 1917-U. S. Supreme Court 1 1nM1f1 r11 1IT ID irK

.. .... -..... several ofIr.l are made details will be erine Mersor, Belva Busto and will be exceptionally well-at defines rights of employers andlaboremployers
..... _1.o_ beautree announced.i Lois Busto, in addition to three'First j i tended and successful. may operate HANDICAPPEDI OPvt tvfAY EJL.$ Nia uwu.roR

M Atilt .... eaM iners, i I night positive identfica- ---- open shop and restrain conspiracies I YOVR iPi'MKiPOIIOCK
.N ... .... .......'ed that 1 tion was made of a small iris-like I to force employees into onions '
.... Chili hd ilraoratedsear plant that grows profusely J'isitIn Saboll.OgdenEllgflgelllellt ; labor's right to organize for i .elb. S
.. ..... file aM fWW.pI1IiIIIIIIIIt' i I around the island but which I all lawful purposes reaffirmed. f T'

!! 's di..r I heretofore has not been identified 21 Years Made 1935-England and France offer I: .d.,..fur w M arev,.. ea rye.r 1' ,

.. ..... 'II I.e ordi.s properly.The Musolino slice of Ethiopia to ,,-,.sa.elr....,.
.. .......... aM it was I meeting was exceptionally l Mrs. RobertsMrs. Announced end war. _...TII.eo1."I.i.r.pim.i..d'oft. 9JEWELEtS

Thal ..... u4rouW be t.k- I interesting last night because of y 1936-King Edward VIII. : .. wcc.oM M Mrl 0.9.000 .eb .......
r i ..... Mwa or lMMMM-e amends the beautiful setting. The guests Bessie Roberts and-her Word has just been received (Duke of Windsor) abdicates "..'.4..' .._ alit. IUL !i'IMMtrf
r eisi._ ....l all trees in thee walked about the grounds of throne.
Osborne from Nassau, .
grandson that Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sabon, I IIUI.I.'nu... ... w.o-
ar) essfy pruUiUd It was I Mrs. Mills' home and viewed the Bahamas, are visiting Mrs. Rob- of Brooklyn N. Y. have 1941President Roosevelt r a. r.rl..e _.hM w.N- "Ezp.,....., , fat fa...s
.. sweat that a representativefate many rare specimens of plants el ts' brother Reginald Russell at an- given full war powers by Con i cioss Itl FOUNDATION ,
0... Chub would heM [ and flowers growing there and I the latter's homes at 508 William nounced the engagement of their gress as Japs land on Luzon. I 10.Go.IIe_w.-l.a.e ---
__ IM m4 of the refreshments of punch and dainties 1942 Germans fly troops in
ftc I street. daughter, Marian to John L. Ogden I ._
... ........"'"'"', League that I were served. This is Mrs. Roberts' first visit Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnL. transport-towed gliders to stop !I -- --- -- r i

._ I West. since 1921, and Americans in Tunisia.
-. -- --- tit Key Ogden, Sr, 9-F Porter Place

Alianl 125 /','r.-UIIlS Viewed' Naturelllm I I I'II she the expresses-many: changes herself as that amazedat have I I Key West. Truman's 1945-John fact-finding L. Lewis boards blasts I The New Look

The marriage will take place
taken place in the Island City I plan. e l
since that time, the many im- I in Brooklyn on Christmas Day, 1947Secretary Marshall Ensembles I-" ..
Poinciana; In
/ Sltuirn Last ;
Night/ I provements that have been made I I and the young couple will then charges Russia with draining .
I come to Key West on their hon- German at the rate of half
and the number of new homes zone
fly Antlnbon. Society; ; Hasiness Session that have been built. 'I eymoon. I a billion dollars annually. I 3-PIECE JUNIOR LIGHTWEIGHT

Mrs. Roberts plans to stay sev-
.oirwa 7> amt 108 l'houl1 l I members of the group for their eral days longer here and is en- Son Born To Mr. Until late in the 18th Century, WOOL ENSEMBLE t
EMI. earl. 2* adults enjoyed in connection with )
cooperation joying meeting old friends and peers attended the English In Plaids and Solid Colors
t2t. ....... at the films. "CamC.racMM in Par- ''
the Screen Tours. He presentedto family again. House of Lords dressed SLACKS SKIRT and VEST
.. lur and 1J'1Iltll1Irs. Dnmont I tI
the Mr. and Mrs. Fritz liamentary robes adorned with
a...." Ifelur Cam in Maine" group the stars and ribbons of their I $19.95 ,
.. last Stearns of Toledo Ojjio, who are 26 Leave II
._ ..... Eyea, presented SterlingA orders. Robes are now worn I Can Be Purchased Separately)
... at ............ ElementaryAlbert visiting in Key West and who are only at the opening of Parlia- (
..... y.o.r hie aponwlnhip of very active in bird club and nature For Cuba son was born in Galey Hos- ment and a few other special occasions I II -
.. P1rn.apaL II Carey. I I work in their home city. Mr. pital at 10:30: a. m. on December I ,
.... ... were made availa- and Mrs. Stearns, it was learned Via Plane I 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Dumont Ster- I
mV ay the M....... County Au- '' plan to remain here during the I I I ling 1316 Eliza street. The baby Robert the Devil is the hero of Sbe'/l appreciate these -
> holidays and participate in the Leaving yesterday for Havana weighed 19 pounds and has been French about It
I' an ancient legend Pure Linen Hand-Made
thr knowing of the annual Christmas Bird Count via Aerovias "Q" Plane were: I I named Bryan Peter.Stcarnses the young man of prodigious
-. Mteines* sesSurirly I which will be headed up by Mrs. Howard Zenan Vivian Zenan strength who used it only for I HANDKERCHIEFS

d ..._.... Mr :! Frances Hames. Herbert Ellms Mildred Ellms Of crime. The legend was used as i Prints and White
WWke. Chairman ofT ,j I Mrs. Hames announced a bird Vernon Sykes Katie Sykes, VIC- :I the libretto for Meyerbeer'sopera r/

Ar ""HIM Cununittee. I I field trip in the immediate vi- I tor Caveneget, Alice Caveneget; I Toledo Ohio of that name. I 1
tails ....?? Jlfcfk and Mrs. I I cinity for members of the Society Gaston Bizet, John McFall, Elizabeth -I ,

Crma>f -prted on the i I and any others who are interested !I McFall Emmanuel Rosen- I STOLES In Black and White -

... ..I ......khipa for the I I for Saturday morning :.i berg, CFaridad Omaza, Luis Oc- i Visiting Here Were Cleaning Up 'I I f for Formal Wear

..... Tmw Series Only onebefore at eight o'clock. Those interested I.l I ampo, Isabel Omaza, Wilfred I West in their II I t 1'.
'' I Visiting Key How about your yard? Does it i
..... eoiere.s the first of' in going on this trip which will Blanchard Jean C. Desroches I
.. aermi Mr White' last until about 11 o'clock. I Andre Jokisch Daniel Newman : trailer are Mr. and Mrs. Fritz need CLEANING UP? Well send I I 1I

... .east ...,w.nty efforts:should be at the Key West High Russell J. Henning James R. Stearns, of Toledo Ohio. They men and loads of power equipt I
at o'clock I M. expect to remain here over the and really clean Lt up or wel'll! I for That New Look ,
ts4N hr .saNi.d up so that all School promptly eight: Wilder Jose Rodriguez, 1 I I
I Christmas
p- r the Key Wat area tomorrow morning- Thomas H. Willey William holidays.Mr. even rant you a power mower or I II Diana Tiiolet The ,
.. know I Mr. Whiting announced to the Mary G. Nettleton Stearns is an electrical whip to do it yourself. We are I STRAPLESS BRA.
*ml m>*. a* .fmftumty to I I O'Conner contractor in Toledo and his and I ALL-1NONE 1
to do job in our I
that the three films they Bertha Logan. I equipped any
d ibis.entertaining group
I Mrs. Stearns' hobby is bird and WAIST NIPPER and !
I : line with COMPLETE
...... Mi* St-ik mdacalt.dIe saw had been shown in Division
..... .-Ie .., .W.Irat, niemlH-T- Street School to science classes Golf ClubMeeting nature in study.these They are very active -I ifng equipment and very landscap.I'II CARTER BELT
i School and will be pursuits. I Let us put in a L
..... was peogrrsu.g very well. at the High On their way to Key West the! 5 ve. $$..95I i .
Whit- hon today at the* Harris Elementary with the grass FREE. r
lit hr .....nw. Stuart S visited Na- 'aI
Stearns Everglades '
School. In all it is estimated And : : charge for the grass we cut out'j
.... !natal of the 1 k+<.1 Soci- tional Park where they talked I -
oy tOrrY.d Mr Carey. Mr Earl { that over eight hundred of other yards and put in yours.! I I .
with Dan Beard, the Park Director :
r-.nllea ......,r... of the Diva school students [will have Dinner TonightThe and while there they saw the Wo give it to you because they, I "Ifs Right If Its From ; ...
the films before they are I it to All of our advice,
MMI ...... Wired 1 and Mr.; Martin seen gin us. I
d ... .Ihpte Flcr.4 Science De- I shipped back to the New York I Key West Golf Club will roseate spoonbill white ibis various and help is FREE. too. We charge'you I MarEd's"MARED t ..

......... urn their Mtance in office of the National Audu urn 'bold a meeting and dinner to- herons the anhinga or water when we actually do the I 1.

.... ashl's and otherdiscovered 1 Society at the close of this week. night at 7:45: o'clock at their turkey and many other birdsof work and only for that work done DRESS SHOP I
them. : _
Clubhouse it has been an- great interest to and that time consumed.: Key I t-- _
nounced.The Mr. and Mrs. Stearns are enjoying West has TREE EXPERTS too.I) _

f..N& wow i by Iceland is one of the most affair is for members of their visit here and have So has Miami.Wardlow's I DRESSES MIlLlNtRY. / ;
of the earth the club and there will be en- become well-acquainted localy.
volcanic regions
lair 1-11' tid-rwri...a around 850 with activity continuous from tertainment. Also, the election of They are charming people, and Landscaping Co. LI ACCESSORIESJr.
.. had. been inhabited
island until officers for the organization will everyone is glad to welcome I Phone 748-W 4139 Avenue E I
formation of the .._ ,. .
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School Board Flotd Control I II QUESTIONED ANDREW J. KK'IIIS !! .. Ge.e.e au..a 'Me .....
/ To You IJuf ON DESTROYER NOKI Mb rmurt twain.* at Uw N J|
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Meeting Project j \i GREAT LAKES. Ill. Dec. 10.J entennf I,
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Monroe County's School Board ter, second class Try, A Past TMar-
held meeting last night. of Mrs. Gertrude quarterJnU..1
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................................................. County Solicitor Allan B. Cleare, Jr., addressed the board TALLAHASSEE. Dec,. 10.-Although serving aboard the destroyerUSS I
.IM|*.| .MMfiil. l.tuna .MaLra Nantes "Forllrrrlf thanking it for the cooperation most Floridians are Noe with the Atlantic Fleet. !I
I given during the last year. aware of the broad outlines of Kamp entered the Naval serv I I THREE HOTELS Df MIAMI\ at POPULAR nucn
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Flood Control
..... a lrr tiae..I1 sa a.' tendent of public instruction, South Pro- ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand I RATES WJUTC elr Mf11tLI..II14VATIOIfi
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*. tt1A ......,... ".,."""'n't' nf M> many papers in 0 I the expanses and the possibilities EQUIPMENT MT1arid ra.uHO
t tin, *r.vp but tr final 'choice Who" left plenty of leeway for 128 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250
.11Wr. l'r.vwtle.l oily for development in the
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(eavv lli' Si tart Now. tint l.; J HMUt l L' Wisecracks and he made the must
...tlni ONa 1". Air t41. Irtlr..-.l asegi.S AMti. >l tJi-l'i., t Nt w-i. !'tx-onl.I; an I ICtwua of it Priceless were his remarks area, Col. A. G. .Matthews, ANNOUNCEMENT" I Ford PiTshing i Miller t
Tribune third. about : ? !little boy who came chief engineer of the state divis- Nor. 27
tlr ..... s/s ... |lit Starting Saturday
broken ion of Water Survey and Research Hotel I I I Holt Halri2f f'f'I
A special award was made to,I home with a black eye
-c-::: ___ ., .he',the Hollywood Sun-Tattler asj,nose and three teeth out. When pointed out here today. We will be open Saturdaysfrom I U NX. 3nl St.SO 221 tit let AM. WE. Irt A...

.. severe biesaki, .... Lmk rdeer the outstanding weekly in Flor- j I his mother, horrified asked whatin The area comprises 15.570, 9A.M.to5P.M. Room |00 Kwnm. M liMw j'

.. .. ...... 4 w.. Ilae.i., Ma This particular publication -the world had happened to square its kind miles within the the largest boundariesof projectof "<&>,> Our Christmas Card DrY.totDn.... ......
4M ... a .rrllb.l vi abler hnnu MI rm-nt'>rit>us as to require to him. he explained that he had Solarium IleWsd
...... -ss. ....... a ial classrfnatiorl. had a fight::: with the Jones boys a single state. It reaches from, Selection"WE 3 BLOCKS mOM UNION PUTT STATtOM'
down the street over a religious a point just over the Volusia ; 1k IMPRINT
I--- iNai .. .,Sisal r.4n It WTS interesting' to note that I I
..m ..... CA.nteac in the general weekly ficl I two argument "Didn't you know they count line eastward to the .
coastal t ridge along the Indian !
mother ;
A-a-.c to .*ir the FUr ul 4elk'Iahe1 thi-. award bv women-, went, to the papers Iie-1- were asked. Catholics'"Yes." sniffled? his the boy,j I River in Brevard county and .-"qmiimiiiinnmiini'iinimiitintmiiiiiiiitnnt......-.................!.......-..--...-.--tiuiuHi IHUlllllln. ..... -- ---

., .. "but didn't know the Pope westward to Orlando
tand D- rut News of Homesteid '
> .... iIIM'<'r NMiy have Mal .plbhstted by Polly Rose Balfe, was." All of which went to show, l From there the western boundary Wircphoto 1 PEARLMAN'S SALE OFDRESSES
.. /br ...... hard and toe Cocoa Tribune publish- Harding said, that in the news I of the project goes;: south- MISS EUNICE: LINCOLN
...... ed by cans Mane Holderman. paper business it is darn important -{ ward along the ridge dividing (above) smiles as she leaves the
..... New affx-ers Gulf from those that flow into I
E4 hhs' far the etwuing year were Louie you are talking about. ican: Activities: in Washingtonafter
.4 Watteworth of Lave Oak. publish- Sometimes 9 person can get by I the Atlantic. testifying behind closed | 66T'/.; STOKE Or 01, AUT\" .
.. ..... ........ of the Suwannr-e Democrat. '' sheer accident he ----
.et .iaw. but er on bluff or by the convention was alert Bill doors for two hours. She is a | Key West's Largest LADIES' MISSES'and CHILDREN'S StareLi flew Fall L ttIa
IIrNa r .all Live Oak. Branford Herald and pointed out telling about the
..' air hone devu Ida,.. Free Press president; A. P. high school girl who was asked Well, genial secretary of the local State Department employe who Black Of... WWGe
.... .. a.' ..... .,. .' (IVMttSSCU. CU ke, pulwher of the Plant by her geography teacher if she chamber of commerce who worked with Alger Hiss when t ... ....
vice of Alas- ;knew all the answers and could he was i! the department His;
City Courier. lit president; could name the capitol
and Puny Rose Balfe. publisher ka. The girl replied "no'm." Absolutely provide anything from babysitters is accused: of feeding official: I I CHRISTMAS GIFTS THE LATEKT STYLES

of the RedUnd District News, 2nd correct the teacher said to bonded Bourbon. _secrets: to the Communists._ I V....e to IIF.M
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vice president Russell Kay. pub- beaming, Nome, is the capitol of TYYTTYYYYYYYYYTTTT- -
a YTTYYYYYYYT? In One of the
'IwKer of the Florida Newspaper Alaska. YTYTYTTYYYYY.IOVERSEAS I Largest Varieties $7.95
New and Radio Digest of Tampa :' Every minute that the group
was reelected secretary. and was not in business sessions [ MARKET f | Silk NightgolsisSlil1| ., I Ilell| Jacket Pajamu*,

tr AllUlff. Mount Dora had some form of | Negligee GUM ami Nrfzlipn-, .,., (Jiiillrtl Itulser l ,
humor with
Mixing homespun: entertainment awaiting them in-
sound rununon sense Edmund cluding a tour of the city a t 935 TRUMAN AVE. PHONE 419 3 i Lounging PajaniuKI>|M.,. lu uiutrli. ranlir s Kir.Luncheon .tarn fa thr Time to.
r3F' II Harding the Tarheel Humorist bridge party and style show for Get hoar t M a+rea.lire. .
cjf Washington N. C banquet the ladies, cocktail parties and a .. ml I Kig SENreASALE
Sols Hrrakfa and
rpcakrr entertained with a talktl boat trip through the enchantinglakes Rridgr Sri*, HiniirrCIotliH
at %%>!) long' be remembered.. and canals from Mount .4j ,, TMHC! Srl", Pillow (a: .r., Mirt- and (:a..r
Itoublett.: ) "Who's Pressm' Dora to Leesburg. Dynamo of CHRISTMAS TREES i
\ I Sets, Scarf Set.o, Cora; TonrU. .:Ir.
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See These Trees Before You Buy! .
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and Imlhiilnal, . Hol ,. Ik-ll Is .. More has the Sal* Price
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C. .. Tinea dad take AEROVIAS 5. A. Pencil) Sel, .Military Itrn-lie. Sock, lie Chaise AT ONLY
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