The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 13, 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 gunning of crews and yassengers Ra! % OrrrUI St. Paul's Episcopal: Church ea DwvU street at M9 arse .......

i j on ships tnat nag o."u wi...-._- TALLAHASSEE, Dec 13. I Flip Marina the )aaitor .. IW cMeels. a.w WeIM fMse.m A.
by Jap submarines in the Southwest Sawyer that when be catered the chunk tlu* ...... 1M... tst r
The downward spiral in unem-
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.! ( T Ocean. ployment compensation payments rector of the church the Rev.J.... cGeeIL.

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1 VOTING FOR PRESIDENT I with a 32 per cent decrease as return here from Palm Beach sum tea* tea...M.. ..Iw. ..... ...+

In seasonal employment increased,(I I he went to the rear of the churrti to .... Mw ...> et tAM seal 4
cap Carl B. Smith Chairman of the I I
MlrtriNewSimonlon Mitaeillal
Its! of every state in the Union.
Florida Industrial Commission,
electors today are secretly voting I. Mar.. .t"11 MO lit ussalle. torIr.
for President of the United announced today. i l! wtMmt sNlnrf1t4 .Are-M
( > Wirephoto States. the result of During November. $422.723 in,
Officially. I The __ ....... ..ea 50kr .. 'h4
M' ''$. ELEANOR STEMLEY. mother of five-year-old Robert he balloting will net be known; benefit payments were made to! Street Rules a -- tits .........e di ...

temlry Jc: tea** aver the body of her son after he was fatally till January 6 when the votes will (21( ) Wirephoto Florida persons unemployed k e*. .. Ilftats In'* 4 _

II be counted at a joint session of fault of their _tell a ..... .is. .....
kit by o trvck i* D.' ... Ohio. Dec. 10. Eugene Taylor. driver through no own.
congress. by
Effect ... .
.. la. trick. httM his back oa the tragic scene. Police exon- This represents a 32 per cent de- onto t tI I rp 1n has meld lkr ease '
.,..... M.Police.. mittee on Un-American Activities part of 65 produced by a ssssela---- .. ..4.q .a
RECOGNIZE KOREA crease over the October pay- ....... air Re.tee. .-_+.. .
Tomorrow the Police Ik
Whittaker Chambers key figure in the committee's Red I iwt
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ments $623,262. ..
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PARIS. The General Assembly
investigation. This one. from U. S. Consul General John C. ment will begin painttfHC new w .. ,
10,400 received unemployment w.n. e.rad ee
of the United Nations voted Wiley ai Vienna. Austria to the State Department tells of a persons insurance paymentslast :j parking signs and other ........ .... .. .. ....... ... I ....
Arrest Five today to recognize the govern I I I in Simonton street in aeeurdeaoe ''A-.p ,.... N >... .. ....
dinner in Vienna and the oppressive atmosphere I
in month.
ment southern Korea. which I corps with the recent ordinance pa.srdby .
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held a free election and elected prevailing prior to Hitler's action against that country. "The decrease of unemployment the City CommUBM. duel I, .......... tirttegmr _t'alely

officers under auspices of compensation payments is i Joseph Kemp announced j Isisy.I I, lelgr..r ltr ....4f -f
As American observers. The vote I There will be DO piNk... M Iii. odiNid. Intr. le
Vagrants ant 1i
Being following the seasonal patternor rI
; was 48 to 6. The six opposing GERMAN WORKERS AT.AIRIORTS .. front of the' Post OHtre tiMllOm. i I ., Nr.lN rtes i... ... w.
votes were cast by the Russfians this time of year, which is Simonton street but .IV-
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and their satellites. caused by increased employmentin minute parking will be per.silyed ,.
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To Continue Roundup ----r- citrus packing houses, resumption to a opposite side or wftt..... I sot aeved fie her .... ....... eofrtlsl

GREEKS BEAT GUERILLAS STEAL MUCH of operations by some of the of the street ..A ........
\ Buses will not stop after. ; ... .
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I ATHENS. Greek military citrus canning plants and increased I M .
morrow on the southward kill. .aksA tlr ae40 .. ,
issued communi
I 1l"II. ixi'/1ill $2.5I'ur : headquarters today stating that a OF SUPPLIES! BY AIR employment in service of Simonton at Carnhnc tout wall I ...... rsYs a was oy.rr.i ..
bond for appearing: in Municipal que government industries and other businesses stop on the north side of Cari ... ee111e .eM.aa1.M '
forces had defeated force
itirlrli .11) Ili Court late today before Act- a I affected by the winter tourist line.There I.. pssr flat sfloc Agee
of the northern
1, ing Judge Tom Watkins were 3.000 of the guerillas in SoriulM I'JJUT Says 4 ,trade," Smith reported. I will be no parking ai *H ', ... .......... .he n. l I..e

1i'I; ..4'"I IIIIit ; Kvelio Martinez. R. Garcia and part country. Payments under, the Service- along Simonton street b.* Tlss- 54 ... V.... .... t-
I UU'otlialis! To 1(ales ;j 1 1SepalvttsL'raceSc1 Vinock Soon To men's Readjustment Act whichis man avenue to EUn *.*... .* .. tip a Oeslill b k/r ka. .s ..
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f l\.u'J.n.! ..!,..-".ji--/'..>\". AUen _and Nilo 2McnInjureiLIn\ _. : lips menttCornperuaiiun Division of t.i, fare. l .r t Hsi !.... r laerlIk .
"Relieved Here the Commission totaled $79f. -
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The decision to make the ar- Truck CrashTwo I : I .J in unemployment payment*, j Christmas Seal Hit s.elil sad ptitantlld. eS... I.Is' .

IA........... In rr.t came following a series ofthree Ins Tar *....rt..tT4r....t rommanclei Eli Vinock USN 79,437 in self-employment pay- : ....... S SWAevkt "
rMjrnlj in the city ren'ntly. BERLIN, Dec 13. Ten per i'I nents Unemployment payments trastl ...... a. .
,...I1. tl. :\igtlelI. They were in the Scars 11 45 men were slightly injuredat cent of small packages: that are', Operations officer of Key West represented a decreas of 14 per i Sale Needs isle I.tx..s.b1......... .. ..
}{ .rhutk Canv store wherea : a. m. Sunday morning sent to western Berlin by air- Naval Base will shortly leave cent and self-employed, five per wsa ..... ...... M .... ..... aM
Mdses. driving collided with
serl.n.e ..'TM. elf ail. pw..ns still and the YMCA and Flagler avenue between a 4th pole and in workers at airports, it was officially j I today at the base CommanderI total of almost 1.700 unemployment i: Active Support 1 I r.4 k+.w .... .... I. a.
claimants dis-
the burglary of Joe, Allen's store were (CeaMwert Oil f "lira
.lwer 4 irs). tv/.r hahttually ID Duval street. 5th streets. estimated today. Despitethe i I i Vinock came to Key West Naval qualified during yast month for I,

herb .r.iN.. t1M ....... sitar 9 .Th4 sheriff--office'' n teased Treated .t. Galey Memorial fart fiat the workmen are : Base in I 19lff" various reasons Smith said. At I i If Monroe County aa *.. rarh I''

It lit at --. thlee CIIwf JorIA I five men who were being held {Hospital a Lopez where Funeral they Home were takenin closely most instances watched in they getting succeed away in lie will be relieved as administrative present there are 12,010 employ-I.1;: its goal, every! in resident fighting Hh"tufcrrtueathere M |*.erticipate I Santa ArrisiI\ \t 1I

Rs'M' .ar.rrer4d I trday. for investigation in connectionwith lance were Ernest ambu-I with small packages, suet as cartons assistant and public re- ers in Florida subject lively in the ressp.iSaagainst

( Nv rI.J_._ ptaSi Carabal- the Sears job cn Thursday of Duval street a driver of cigarettes or boxes of can- lations officer at the base by terms of the Unemployment Act.Advised the disease Dr. J H Pkr I I Fire IlcuclflNttrlftrM t

.. OeaS eM Gebra..1I afternoon The following night! Coca-Cola Bottling Company dies. t! Commander Joseph M. Alexander ramore, head of the ,...n..
.. I the YMCA and Joe Allen's were whose I It was explained: that the 10percent To County Health{ Department sad
l.rrs.. ar.aee 4 ... seen. as yee ent.reH. In the YMCA they broke legs were bruised and Ni- USN, about the middle of I I tlasMe lils. .n
estimate is confined to today in a statement MTM. ,
elo Castro 1013 Packer for .
.... .AMIMH.p si/elst B.ond was open the juke box and hammeiecI treated for a head injury.Tem1Ieratures street. j the French zone. Greater vigilance '; :January Commander Alexander i count>"-wide supf*** of the t.M I I Paso ............... *..s.,
I hsen4 M ..r e41 at the five t i ie4 <-.wnr-".n..n of the safe by American and British and his wife and four childrenare I I 1 Hail Christmas j! Christmas Seal! Sale I Lew at le s. (-toialpijfeet. .

1 kid .'i the- them fur while in Allen's the thieves took watchers has cut down thefts in expected to Arrive here about Dr. Parramore said The' .IM' .... --- tte.w i
> I. itN ,, approximately $100. worth of: (Continued On Page Six) that time Seal Sale is M important ... Hie 0.-M Ile
,..*.. MM rrJraol under merchandise -- ____ I Parcels Earlv i( nation t-xlay a. ,it wa. in IWI The .4 the r

--- -- j the year: of the first !Seal) SeJe in I ...1___ ..... tow*
At 7:30 A.M EST Chinese Nationalists the United State breamw. 'llsg! ... ..... ..< lit trve ...

'I'li!(/\ IN I KILLS) THREE Postmaster Hollon R. Bervaldi ;l I, still have a twig rand to travel >i > c.-- .... t

Station- Temp has received the following notice ,: before complete victory .*. tto i Lw I I......... l liarw5Ar St

I Atlanta . n__ .n 591 from the Post Office Department ,disease i is attMneJ" .... __, ....... ,
/ Augusta .mm _. u 59 All Along Line about the importance of mailing :i Jl.. Mir w
(OF) I WALKER( FAMILYMUlkrr \ I Losing 'I Dr. Parraiaore p.14|) Musser toI I eerd eMI
Billings ._nu _._u ... 14 Christmas parcels early: I the work of the el hslwsiwll slW+ws .)a ..
Birmingham .. 63 "With the normal mall volume'' I
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suciation the .dii nI -4 IfW qe*
i in ptuil *
I Bismark .____. 10 at an all-time high Postmaster l
u. As Retis Siill Advance I I! that the of rts .
impurtaitre pr.
HKl1. .. Ilia *: I Boston __.__.__. __. .. 46!I General Jesse M Donaldson today I ject has increased rMkae ...

ifrml Mollirr-in-l-av / Buffalo ___n__'__' m____ 391 warned Christmas mailers I lessened with tubentikeri. .. I CilnuireTI I N (;T1.

i Key Wester To I II Charleston __ _.. ......0._. 65 I Now Onh' o 0 Milt-, tt--- that unless the ymail their!1 still taking nearly St.Mt Amtti

1\.1. l In Chicago _._ __ ___ -_. 32 Christmas parcels at once and I can lives *-a 'h yrarWhile Ilt're.SHtW..
I Receive Trust CorpU3 Christi ._. 'n 70';' Fromun"in: : :Xiul j army of llOOOrt. more than 50,- their Christmas cards well in ad : such a MtvMMN awls. '
I H, ( If Illollni.ilitina Denver o. ... 45..i 000 have been killed wounded or vance of Christmas Week that ( in this country:' MII I Or P..i-

Detroit _..___.. ._. 34El I II Ei I''" hl i'rout ripin i; : captured. they face the likelihood of not t more. "it w obviowe thai.. w* tan 'H* !....>.I <,u.
*. rf Nw death in a rail- Fund Income Paso m .._ _.. .'" .__ 27 I i it I (Ii Shortly afterward another having them delivered until after i not relax our v......... ant air Nagai. a0M.srsr Med.r .

r>.... < raaaMg. atrsb.M. in Indiana Ft. Worth __..._0. ..__._ 591 t i 12lh .Vnu)' Trapped i i illr broadcast stated that the com- Christmas. I efforts. There. ........... I.....SP. 1 a iW.

,4 N..... ...... who one 11 ved'. ._ Tttf rtll_.' Galveston :---. 0. -.- -. 65 ', 1h. t..rial.4 1' I II : munists are only eight miles from "Directing the attention of I 500,000 people with artiwculosis hik.s ... ....d. UI.lrrl ss .
." K..V" WAS, .bw wife and his I NEW YORK Dec. 9.-Mrs. Jacksonville __ .60 NANKING./ Dcc13.. Com : Peiping which is likely to fall in Christmas mailers to the fact that I j in the United Malls **A dwld.. .. 'e.ar1s.. ae

.4r"s. > law W H rrvtvcd here Margaret Cook Guerette of 9121 Kansas City ._ 44 I the next few days. normal mail volume in the last'' only half nf( them .>.. k..Mkli ... d S.. wke 41 .b. ti. .e.w .
..h... I.. KEY WEST _. .__._. 76 munist troops are reported today' Government troops their mor- several months has daily reached the health authorities 1W uMier : trwt4 .. IIIUelslk. fps .,
.l ,.h l.ter .... Apnea Walk- Windsor Lane Key West reserves I Key West Airport _- 75 to be 50 miles from this city, ales undermined seem unable to the proportions of the peak of the I' quarter <,f a nullM pa*.e. Yaad .. slflMe ass.assdIsP '

V ,iimi. wt. M clerk to County. the income for life from I Los Angeles ._ -- 33 which. foreign observers believe make a firm stand anywhere. In I Christmas period a year ago. the must be found aM plare WHtar I. ........ -a.
1.. I.. ...,___ R Lord a *uteruter. a trust fund of approximately Louisville .._ .43 'I will be captured before the end the Pciping sector contingent Postmaster General said that this I treatment .' ', ie rq. .... ....... .
I iSa- .... .. atethe. ( --- I' of the after contingent of Nationalists year's Christmas mail added to I I I .
I Meridian _.____.,.. ._ fit) ve-r Good result trim the .ttt--< ....... kn.. l..w e. _
from the estate of
$40,000 set
\II. p._.._ w.tIMc' and "Slim"i up Still more dispiriting newsreached were driven back without making the present everyday record volume |I lkr #.
wale fur
Miami .. .. 6.i: die of h.ngk..n'
M ..I... i itttiWwi wit for t tI J her father John Potter Cook it i Minneapolis ... Iii Gerralissimir Chiang : any attempt to retard the has created the most acute ,, 1948 drive notes SWISS ta/lillrlll/ I IMr ..... ak.M dill
... I where the Kai-Shek The 12th Nationalistarmy communists' advance mail and i'
was learned today as the Cook I (congestion transporta MunmrInsis Tbkrra-o ant. sass.i .
entomu-I 61 by the t.uMJ
..... rtrtMk by the | MemphiG.-- : which left Suchow for observers d'laredthat tion in the I
foreign problem entire history .
the New .....
estate was appraised by ,, New Orleans .___ _... 65 and IIe aids Aeirses _.
-ill u. the home of the u' almost two weeks the results of the of the i 1 JI
s..b fightm postal
I Nanking : ago service
4o York State Transfer Tax Department : New York ...._ .__ __ ..__.. .. 49 I I j I were rep rted by Mrs Antsy.. .
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four 1144 mark
W.....*- *t Muncie Ind a is now confined in an area were not due to any particular "Only by the immediate mailing j chauma. I i -H
,. unablei here. The net value of the i, Norfolk _.._._. __ 56i ) van GiwHuioven ......
t I Wrflkti waa i I miles square accordion to a military -kill of the communist of Christmas parcels, Mr. .... .11ei
I I| I HcaduM the >.r. aar i MrMtrtha "
I t, i .iik: l> ip "Cause? ojI Ii I property was put at 311095. i i j: Oklahoma City m" 51 ; broadcast today hv <" .. ._._ ____ 35 Clark. w.l.lrd M Mri >
I I Ii \\.oI&"r> were re-I I! Mrs. Guerette's mother Mrs. .i Omaha m t< t r.s Th. .ok".."i in. '>f General Chiang Kai.Shek and be assured: that their girls: will :lr-I|I i Kerrrit Lewm and the. Kr* Wt...i

r .. .J on Page Six I 1 I Helen Lee Cook of 1005 Bricked i''I. Pensacola .-. ..--._- ._U. _. 41 65 further said that. of thi ol',,mal his staff I rive prior to. ChrutirMs; and :',I Javsh.r.s AI". .,............ .errthe NAVARRO. I beAt .
1i Pittsburgh u thereby be with the I
-- in keeping .. 'w ... w-
HtKh Sthnftl >r of the ( *>
i! Avenue, Miami receives the bulk I' Roanoke .. 52 of the holiday I I 4 >
spirit :ason vent of :M' rv Innn.. uU. asvth.* - -
of the estate. while two of Mr. St. Louis 45 I I .
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PALACE THEATER : Cook sisters also share. i I San Antonio 65 Window & Door Frames New BATTERIES for all Cars 'Kt\ West High S.h ..l l ...-.h tGirls
I l Club:
r..rtc March and Ann Birth in Mr. Cook. who died in Miami San Francsco 48 I Guaranteed for lit ,Month I FOR SALE I In ch.oa:' of the ,..I.. tI she ..t (.r,.., 'W srt ,....4 r. ,
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,tlJr luty Hirst ffiffisamr HAS RECESSION_ BEGUN. r5 Tl? 71 .. I R ;l i-Programs Iw, A-v w'In'IVV'VT. : ,' ,,

Uiafc4 rjt1r Kites* ataBtor. ky I TODAY'S 'Fci z,
1 .. r. AMVMA*. ___ a... ..w...** .- Has recession begun? Th-t 'questionis ". ?
aWlllig la. ....T...*. ...!_ MAM*** By The Associated eras

rrw r Ira Qr t%.*..1Y11a.a e ud .&=tl4lnC 8tr* tsi being asked in financial centers in the I- ut BIRTHDAY I
.. .lf tetiy b.w..Mr IK KyV..l.and .. 1
MIX*** "*_.trW United States.,I In Key West there is no sign Daytime, Summary BY EMILY NOmE
Selected Bregrams **J;sl : t /11.. N K.y ..t, ITWUa .. .+e.i.4 et... matter of a recession but if past performancescount art ereadcat through ' the came T./ss''eastsrn;. < Man.tfajr rrrrrrrr.u.rrrrrr u _

t NN11aCN .r TUB orivreD TRESS West is standard. For central .ta''dard sub,, *
4 IT U .irlvctvcly milled to for anything Key generallythe tract ont hear, : fr moYntain"' ftaM- MRS. AUGUST BELMONT for nr M iR aB W t os.datr .
woo 1: .=: .. :mil newm dlapalchta credited the feel and two hour .. i i born Dec. 1179. Lan Chapter 22 to have grand and news while h. di M.. itfw .+!r
i rr e4i.ewl.e rredtt.d !. IhU taper and last city in country to a depression 13. at Wigan her return. a
t. =a ..w. plMl.b.d her. J I ensnare England as Eleanor: Elsie A S she thought things over she say just what that wasp he did betel
-- .,. 4.airTf.t1 RATS* or a recession and the last to come out DEC. 13 THROUGH DEC. 17 Robson, daughter and granddaughter .I realized that everything Rex say he.wasted her to look her M e1ea.'

_. _. _ _.$11." of it. M.miag1:00Roneymooa "of ac- said ,was indeed< .coaamoa>ense.. glowing best for a'screen teat The roil
YS .... seined to lither up ha .
.... thought X01 ee Beer w.
....... .- I." Announcement was made Friday in in x. T.-ntxj I = tresses.BroughttotheU.&when They were a partnership and so she fairly floated over the ground rhea
.. _-... _. __. ..._..._.._..-.. LOt industrialized Cleveland that t:1S Breakfast dub- be far he had certainly paid out M the walked. Hollywood that A glet h
highly -Barnyard Feillea-eb. ePaYewNat
.. _. ._ .._ .Zi more '
n' ... Wee Ail
I-JO-The Clerelandaire--she 7, she becamea more than he, oek |n-Her:"apart WM to be her real
.n'I.TI'I'O RATK than J.OOO workers had been given noticesof Bob foole ho.-mt.a.[ reigning ment was very comfortable and this was Just preparation |It.
t 11_. Aa... .n Application 10-00-Fre& Waring-Shet4b needed.! Walking inhe wood, sfe* tae aft
their layoff, and the companies con- Music! tor You-cbs beauty of the she had everything she
.rr"'L ""TICR Mr :story: Urmma-ale -tage,Red Cross She had more- clbthes than she found a moss-covered eielnaf, e
Mt r..*4.f _*>... rarda .f thaaka. reaolgtlonaf cerned added that, beginning January 1, '- sf had ever'dreamed of possessing.She between \he tree and JO leader
f jpee***. a>rr >O KVB. p........ etc.. will beat they would further !redpce their payrolls. 10 The-IlAor Codfrry of Serial Hour*--<-b bT.. --4s. founderof was glad Father Toughey" bdcaD@ there. No one saw bar. Several (Leash. e.4tattI'll /
<%*+fpi fcr the .( I* sae a Una.Mtve : the Metropolitan under peered euKcurlouaty at o
Say: It with llUKtc-mb andhad so easily squirrels get
i MA r*.. vM f" i. a>. 4.rle0 by are church.le from lino The pftxi.dy'! Clarence: Francis chair 11:OO-Kay: Saner Showmfeo Opera stood -h ..* < (.._ U a. up.> (wrum and invites fltsI4HI man of the board of General Foods Cor- 11* -Serial* (a%. brs.-cba Guild playwright She'didn't Ogre: what anyone else woods and the k1 ive4 her banks. TberteI M1tle.etsaK .
wi ....11. $*._a led aubjrcia or local or the old neighborhood thought. to them. at which they s2amBr.4 .. but u will as p h'aB./Bytnous| poratiori, said."iricexe's{ : :'snbw' that price 12-Oft-Welcome After Tra"eler.-aM*** philan- in She went back there to church away. She threw back her head.laughing .I; t N+esep'ttt0
'reached their Kate :Smith Half-Hour-mbs I M;.. Belmont;; / thropist and social again but only because 'it was exultingly M her fed elb.tllt+l
.trends have. peak and have 12.30-Worda and Muaie fibe worker she U said to have Father .Toughey's' church. She !flew. Sh sang as loudly M aJMi lle..11'Akb
I begun to full. lie added that, in his opin- Bill Slater at Lunchma 'I helped to raise more funds than | knew Joe wa always there In a could knowing n.ore world hasher 1
liOOMukic Half Hourebo : perhaps corner watching her. but he never even as'na one could a** br.i 1
ion, the trend will continue unless some. 1:1*-Happy: Gang-mba + any American came up and spoke. No one did. She was alone triumphant ftew* Y
MEMBER @ 4aIHp11OVLNLNTB thing is thrown into the picture which we J.-OO Double!. t la t Xc4hlRt H lbeBr".t woman. \ She arrived in a taxi with Roy tagly happy. Sh. was faif to (l.I ...IMal
lUwo d-a" and left with.him. U anyone have everything her bM c* i4dcsir
do ay-: B>b*
not foresee. I;>>-Serlal. far SH W .ba i, WILL YOU S.UI1.E? thought Boy' was her sin she just as hex saW. Sh wasthrough .4 'S.Ile bet 'T1.g
If a downward trend in prices has set Bride and Groom..-. didn't care. She was helping him. with i poverty u4 sand .... alyt M ,weep ga
Th flops Cheatmb.SAO.ladies .. Father Tonghey vvps helping him. drunkenneM aa4-.a4 all trw .
in, it is merely comforming with an econo- Be feat.d-*-abe EvidentlyStranger No one else mattered. the past She wa rides taw creel
_ mic law that has never failed and will Ked BeaaoB. Skewmbsa:30TM. And she did enjoy trip to of the waveolden. sad carry l 4 sinner!
House Party-ebe The postmaster .
: Maine. It as like joiningtheng a holiday her to *4 Caft (1111. p1a
rOB XEY WEST Barn Dane Sbow-mba
never fail. Wages and prices can't go up 4.0O-Hint Hunt Quia-cb here seems to be informed about group and she had never i fornia. .-
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZENI. or down forever. A change always Second Honeymoon-aba all parts of the world. Has he been in1\ the country before for Breathless finally ah* Beat tMw +
occurs 4:30-Don Amech Talentcb. traveled much? more than a one-day outing it herself at full length cs 1M
and that change is in accordance with the I t.Our: Treasury Band-eta: Citizen No but he has received was a. lion Hotels and Apartment law of supply and demand. middles Hour (west repeat 1 hr. a liberal education from There were long walks and pie fly. Or els lie then forever
:. Beach aad Bathing Pavilion.a. Supplies in Ltlerl-abe and mb. the picture postcards. flies and boating trips. She had drinking in the rich puecet4. 1s R ttlaelsln 115a
oO Altporl.-Lind and Sea.C almost all lines of trade have been mount- been a little afraid of being con air. Sh Buns her wild laugh***
sidered a rank outsider and being up toward the towering tree toes tonal
CaoseUdation ef County and ing in the United States since shortly before NETWORK PROGRAMSTime
Your Horoscope cold-shouldered. but instead everyone high above her. It was all glatVous.
City OcvenracBts.I. the beginning of the second World is eastern standard. Far ten* was most kind. She Even; her hard daas J>( lessons a
Community Auditorium. tral standard subtract", one hour", for laughed and enjoyed herself, were glorious now. 5a* na .
War. '\'hile.the. ,}' went up, the buyers'market mountain, standard subtract two MONDAY DECEMBER 13, realizing that'she had been very derstocd at last She wU4). ave .aN
increased. But the market has been hour hour.ef Seine relay' local to fit local change" 1948-That.this day is a fortunateone lonely of late Na'one pried'into complain: of them .,aiL ftfte 5ft.65ruiM.
Last minute; program S"'I' s.". for a measure of success is her business and since everyone would never comBUia .f agrthwg. sad
pretty well surfeited, and buyer's resist- be included. .. almost certain. There will be had great ambitions each talked .
ence, which began about ,. given tbe favor of employers of his own and also was willingto r me ..
MONOGRAPH a year ago has MONDAY. DECEMBER 13 listen tqanyone else. Her dancing was too deeply stirred U ww. Jw-
been increasing. It has great insight into speculative affairs the SHE -t k s.wj0 W' .
now reached that was applauded by companyas long on the moMy 1nua4.She + ssr
tariff Berlin Sawyer, Evening a good balance of mental well the audience. She
as was esi
that had to keep mevuig. OIM <
point has lA
3aVC &
Went Florida resulted in the piling up of ::00-News Broadcast-nbc and physical powers with the a summer stock company: success out on the road again. she tfaMr4 ** 4 2 w
Kay; supplies and Ne"!scst Etery Day: -cbs power to utilize them. If the and reviewers said nice things teaapl
to sell na M
them prices!'! must Network Silent Hour-abc-east along. A car ram sisal cite{ 1tans.
D.."Dad": fall. Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-wesl tive will only work fame and about her several young actors hi It a4 a
succeed in Network silent U hr>->-Ribs-.a..tKiddies fortune are as sure as anythingcan tl. Rex wrote her to stay on after picked her up. Sh* j tmfwi. | ... fcat ) a. 4 p
and when -
If you apprehending Hour (repeat)-mbae t t MJI hsMwtoji'
Prices will continue to fall further be in this world.LEGALS. her engagement was over, as she ing at their) qu< .
the perpetrators of the recent as ::1$-Sport*: Music Time-. ibe. I was seemingly benefiting much where she had beet -**
the resistence You and Aviation-cbs
continues and the resistencewill and in the city the late August I've been daneta* .In the fli fcW >
kMKflarien. it will be a relief to this community :45-Xe."ast: by: Three-nbc heat He hoped woods. rYe .
be intensified as more workers find Lowell Thomas (repeat ID-cfcf was at its worst. never boa so hM6 ef. l's .asi
and a feather in your cap. themselves 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-baslc ,
those' in - -
as !! Cleveland, without The Beulah Skit-cbsNews -- ----- - -- -
THE ORACLE jobs. Fulton and Lewis.Comblentarr.abo Jr.-mbs OTH H I slIER: l.'>\'U"TITIOI""Ht %' . a . . rr r . rara flfa s.i(
7X. and Comment-nba .
the \inderiKnel, d !*irinfc t<* "R..arc.In .
Jack Smith Shu.-cbs business; under the fictitiousname .
Operating in the stock l'aUy: CommentarrbODiaoer ofTtiU
you Date-mbs .
are, at times!'! either a bull or a bear. In the 7:30-Van Damme Quintet-. nba the Cner..ea.* Ilirhvar near the
Bob Crosby: Club-cbeIx .
Toll. Rridcen the southern end of
third dimension >ne Ranger Drama-aba ..
the I *
you are goaf. >. er ilalevumlxKe> In >
bi-partuan commission L'now Henry J. Taylor-mbs ..uBIY. 'I..rlIa, lat..d to register
7-Xe. Comment-nbo the salt. name with the Clerk of the 'deal G\R\
News Broadcast-cbs .... '
*thing. the Executive Branch of the Gov- TOO MANY PEOPLE FOR PEACE Sport. Comment-raLs Circuit Florida.Court fount> "tbe

rameat in order to suggest! some stream- ': -Cavalcade of America- bo L.. W. imomfFIEIUV :
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Inner Saactum 1Iystery-cb. V"N.N K rtliNISIFIEi.nnov.s V for
1 Cordon McFUe'show-abe :Ie<-. -13-2M!till 'I
IIte-d rrfwrnu in the interest of economy stationary population for the world The Falcon Adventure-mbii.30 a i Cbrstl1Perfect \2S

MH! will mon make its report to Congress. during the next few decades wbuld do : Godfrey-Howard Talent Barlow Scouts Concert-cbs-nbo
a more for the Gregory: Hood Drama-mbs RELIEF AT LAST :
cause pf than
peace other
1 Whale there la every reason to believe any .: _Walter I\lera.o:
measure according to Do S3- .
Henry Pratt : By: Gardner Says-aba
tfcftt myth room exist for economy ina.Nnettiun 9:00-Voorhee* Concert. Cueat-nbo ForYourCOUGH
Fairchild sociologist, who points out that The Radio Theater-cb e .
with. our governmental ma- "the Crusade on In"urabl6aboGabriel
overgrowth of population $ always Heattec Comment sob* Creomuluoo relieves promptly because: .
Mwtrjr. we are almost convinced that been one of the chief t:1S: -:News Broadcast-mb* it goes right to the seat of the trouble "
l predisposing causes 9.30-Dr. L Q. Quiz Show-obo to help looseD and expel germ laden :
..eenemi.a effected in one area will be off- of international war." Mar in the :Night_abHollywood phlegm ard aid nature to soothe and Is A

Bet \y\ extravagances: promoted in an- The theory that populationpressurecreates .:5S-News for Talk t -Minutes mba -mbs mucous heal raw membranes., tender inflamed you bronchial druggistM .

........ tensions which resolve themselvesin 10.00 My-Contented Friend Irma Concert-cbe-nbo \ > sell you a bottle of Crcomuiuoa Ii "

When one considers the warfare has long been News Commentary.-abe'1 with the understanding you must kit S
govern- asserted by stu- Flab and Hunt Clubmb.v0:1SNews the way it quickly allays the coughor
........ structure of the United States one dents of world affairs and many have sug- Broadcast-abe you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. Gel GAS RAHOE
10.30-Radio City Playhouse-nbo
arftxut overlook the strong influence that gested that wars are necessary to keep the Bob Hawk QuU-cbs
On Trial. Forum-abo a
111iNea1. farce play in regard to the ap- population within bounds. Dr. Fairchild Dance Uand :Showmbs11:00News. 'for Coughs.Chest Colds.Bronchitis ..

....... of civil the Variety t bra. ct*
g servants Undoubtedly expresses opinion that wars!'!, even if News and Dance BandabcNews.
...... are employes holding unnecessary we are willing to pay the price, cannot be 11:15-News & Variety to J-nb- ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand .

,... In Washington and elsewhere, whose counted on to reduce the numbers of the 12.00;: -Dancing Continued. -abc-west

e. 4fl4autien to the processes of govern human race and he, therefore believes EQUIPMENT Shell hove fast cool. cooomacol
126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 U .
Mail The Citizen Relativesr..v..vymnyyyyymy
_.. are minor to nay the least. Never- that it is necessary for mankind to regulate to cooking with a Magic Chl gAd IP-

tfMieaA, k..U somewhat difficult to put reproduction of the human species. ANNOUNCEMENT a Gas Servic
.Iit'a fiflrrr on the specific jobs and the While there are government authori- Starting Saturday Nov. 27 U Shell have veer 'round cooling .!.. .;

.t4 k itttlh'idual ties who contend that the population of the TRIUMPH We will be open Saturdaysfrom Joymftnt

The' remedy for inefficiency in con- globe is outstripping the resources of the COFFEE 9A.M.to5P.M. .

tewli .n with democratic Relf.government world, there seems to be a chance that I MILL 'I "See Our Christmas Card; a A exclusive Magic Chef features rang that brings make to cook many tog liii
.b te t* found in the attitude of the peo- mankind can so arrange productive and Selection"WE
l Delicious tasty load tog
ills IrremMlvea rather than in distributive I fill Grocer IMPRINT a pleasure.
sporadic ef- facilities U
as to cope with a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the whole funnily when a Magic Chef ___

1aeM to reform the governmental struc- much larger population than formerly -, U works for her in the kitchen. Y... UP- ... z 4=

...f. !let .. as people politicians deemed
wag expect possible. This will require intel- Gas and Magic Chef make a cook. .f

tilt the raveD on the basis of politicalMti.rttletet ligence of a high order and a cooperation a team that's bard to beat make a.Christmas "

t. there will be inefficiency and among the people of the globe that has Overseas Transportation : .. piesent that shell tovon ..

..... fa jravrrnment.We not yet appeared evident.

do not mean to belittle the serious Inc. .

Otkita ..f the commission headed by I Advertising is the easiest and cheapest Company, U ,.A rvpr'>f >rr U r ei: J.fUilN.\\

irK Trvi&lent Hoover or to suggest : way to sell anything. Try it in our Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service -

..... it- rri' mmendation be ignored. Cer- columns and find this out for yourself. -bttWMQ- I 'lUll' \ i NT//. mt: i, WHIN 'S

-r. whatrver savings can be effected )1
by a a4f"mKning machinery should be put A FAIR APPROACH x ti

f**. .4fr*< t.vt. just the same we should 1 Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS .

tat ...rt .k the basic cause: for extravatMNl Expressing the opinion that the Between Miami and Key West Reduced 10 $19925

JA.... waste in connection with our Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate I'

((1t11M .>.f g ee.Tment.C which he will head will probably be Express Schedule: tee .

1jr. cordial to a request for American militaryaid (No Stops En Route)
4..I IN 778 LANGUAGESV. to Western Europe, Senator Tom Con- SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. .

"'fa 4 w nally, of Texas pointed out that so far as!'! rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Midnight '

.-.. Th. Britwh& and Foreign Bible Society he i is concerned, any plan to aid Europe's

1an. tMt it now publishes the Scrip military will have to depend on what the LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI) at 12:00 DAILY o'clock(EXCEPT Midnight U C-

..,.. IN 77li languages& and dialects. nations Western Europe are ready to do and arrives at Key West al ,. --

Tt.. dr.. 6:00: o'clock A.M. : : '
itjr languages will not do for themselves. --YCOi1fE\ TODA }Y

Moll| unleM take Local Schedule:
if you occasion to Certainly, this is a proper approachto .

-.w.I.:. IW WW. ,in your own tongue. the proposed North Atlantic Pact, LEAVES(Stops Al KEY All Intermediate WEST DAILY Points(EX-) I. .

PirWiMite4y.' every American individ* which", if it goes into effect, will carry CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA. U .
!M fr.. read the M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
.. t. Scriptures and tow definite obligations for the United States. o'clock P. M. .

:tit- hM. here conclusions as to divine In return for assuming: the risk of becoming LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

JTttWNW.. TM wa. not the case for many involved in a war in Europe, the SUNDAYS) at ':00 o'clock A. M. and :
; arrives at West at 5:00 o'clock KEY WEST GAS CO.
.*J turiH. Men and women have been put United States not only has the right but P.M. I

:a. ..... fw r. diflg the Scriptures in theirTH the duty to make certain that the Western II

=:'---. democracies are doing all they should do
: 419 Street
themselves and that they show a willingness FULL CARGO INSURANCE Fleming/ 1'..,.." J ..

Iit 4i riiet of medical attention to U
cooperate with each other which MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSES Cor. Eaton ft FrancU Its.
..... p* ple to take better care of will at least, match the cooperative spirit PHONES: 32 AND 93 .

)H4fe-Hre cleaner liv.,. expected from the United State e

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l n lMIIIDlI1IIIIII BELL NEWSMAN zmniuiiuOTimiiuainnnniiiiiiinmiiiiiiimuuMinuiniiaiiiiiHiii iijffliniiniiiiJHiiiiininHnHiiiin 1e w1 18111Amm1MU11i.YdtlalCLASSIFIED .

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Days ByAS ;

TAKEN FROM FILES Information for the Aiherticn
DECEMBER, 1131JiriSC LINE OF FIRE (269 pp. -/ad Bell-Glacle House. Coral Gables I RATES 'is 3c a word and the minimum DCADLXMC

r -r "' 1 ,, Flo. ($3.00)). = Regular TypeM.'ertisements charge for the first IS wordsor To insure pubRMtiptt owow
: B= : : under ,this less is 45c. must be the ffir btnrt U
Louis Strum pf..the -fedt.Ial JACK BELL NEWSMAN *r : in *
1 fourt Jn Jacksonville*today I ? =i head ordered the Monroe county com- Mr. Bell the author, covered'i TODAY S 1 Citizen at the rate of 2c a word for classified ad. turn.

mtssioBcrs to place an additionaltwo the last days of the War in the ANNIVERSARIES H for each insertion.. but SIte vertisements is invariably in OFFICE

mills on the tax roll to raise European theatre subsequent to a = mmimuu.. charge for the first advance, but regular advcrtis- BusirwM ffirr MI TW Cm

money to pay tor overdue county visit at the China-Burma front. ____ (Know America) = 15 words or less is 30c.H era with ledger accounts may zen Building rurnn u... *
bonds. County Tax Assessor J. 1793-- (150 years ago) Joseph Black Face Type lave their advertisements and Ann StrrrU. DMV. t4e
As a newspaper correspondent, R Walker, explorer of charged. right ...... .
Otto ,Kirchheiner was informed pioneer = The rate for blackface type on entering .
of the decision in a telegram from he risked life and limb in order the Sierra Nevadas in the 1830's I KimniuuiuHuinnBiniimiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiimuiiiniiiiFOR iimiimnnmimmmmiiimiimiiiimimmiuumiuuii DIll
the clerk of the court. that he might bring the American California 49'er, trapper and

people the horrors of war. How- guide, one of the historic "moun-I ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions In the scent of OTTO UIng. ../....

Three thousand pounds of ever, being a philosopher at tain men" of the West born in '! transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first Insertion la CUUtSift
heart. he also tells of other pha- Virginia. Died Oct. 27, 1876. I I
ktn Ikh. the first fairly large I
: ADVERTISING. and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount .( space occw.4d tf
ses of War-the soldiers abilityto 1818-Mary Todd Lincoln wife
of the
latch season were broughtto j
the of the advertisement where the
part error occurs.
port today. They were caught laugh and joke in the face of of the President on her best side r .
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aluns the reef in the vicinity of death, the incompetence of some "a ministering friend to soldiers !
Key West. officers and the proficiency and and an agreeable First Lady," RENT-STORES I I FOR SALE-HOTELS FOR SALC-HetMH-S

capability of others. Mr Bell born in Lexington Ky. Died I AND LOT

The drive against mosquitoesin punctuates his story of death and Springfield, Ill. July 16, 1882. Large store 218 Simonton Small hotel in downtown Key
Key West is still continuing. struggle with accounts of his own'' 1835-Phillips Brooks, famed I Reasonable. Phone 682, 35X60.\\ West Fla. contains 8 large Waterfront h'wiw 2 i.- 2

and results thus far are reported narrow escape on occasions and I Philadelphia Boston Episcopal I Hy. rooms with 5 baths and two baths. rw......., Moe .. sit

to be good. It was announced to- I generally he weaves a humorous clergyman and bishop, among apartments. AH in perfect at once Ctovtp. 0..... IW
day that practically every yard 1 incident report about most of the great preachers of all time, FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I condition. Large lot and good White SUvrt dw tf

in Key West has been visited.for' them. born in Boston. Died Jan. 23, money maker. Must disposeon

the purpose of collecting or destroying : In the campaign fought around 1893. furnished H-room apartment. account of health. Box 532, Two lurmih .....-. .......
recepticals in which mosquitoes lyitkyina, the Chinese soldiers 1844-John H. Patterson, dynamic Utilities! furnished. $25.00 week- Key West Florida. location. Write ..... Ilwt.
may breed. Larvaeeating were ready and willing to fight promoter of the cash register ly. Sea Isle Apartments 915 decl-tf XY c/o Cltwa .tU Nos
minnows, numbering 939, but the officers were always a ridiculed when toe'started Windsor Lane. decl-tf
have been placed in cisterns. few steps behind-literally and in 1884, born near Dayton Ohio. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-MISCE1.LAlfEeW-- --

figuratively. Their outlook on life I Died May 7, 1922. I Modem furnished efficiency and

The annual Advent social. was "what's the hurry' Even if 1872'Frederic J. Haskin bedroom apartments. Yearly or Stock Island, over 400 ft. oceanfront White enamel .'?S. Orrl.idi .

sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary the American General said to be Washington D. C. newspaper season rental. Pine Plaza, Bargain. Must be sold white paint $L.7. and *fl ,..,
of St. Paul's Church will her* at such and such a time syndicate information head, bornin 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf at once. :Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen gallon 5It-ft. H"
why not wait until tomorrow or Shelbina Mo. Died up. mulm
April ,
be held in St ,
tonight Paul's Par- decl-tf
i .
th even the next day'" They were 1944. hose $3 "& Dohortr A M
Hal not afraid-just the old customof Apartments. Electric kitchen. Olivia. Phone 1MV doe .If
thousands of of Chinese Per day. or season. 909 Eliza- FOR SALE-USED CARS
The engagement of George years TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow t
Kncnrles and Miss Olga Feraldowas plodding along the old unhurried beth Street. dec6-tf Bundles of old !.*....... M 1tent
Pontiac, 1934, good condition.
( America)
each brradk. Ps.... el
Is scheduled today.for the The night wedding of- way.The green American troops, recruited Rear-Admiral Charles Randall Furnished apartment 3 rooms and Can be seen at Overseas Mar-t The Citizen Ottw ...... MChild's

December 24. from a host of divergent Brown chief of staff, the Naval bath. Maid and janitor services -" ket TeL 419.

., elements and sent out untrained War College, born Tuscaloosa, linens and utilities fur-
autunruMle. relii. __,
'The by'a faltering and incompetent Ala. 49 years ago. nished. Coral Hotel Apartments 1941 fordor de luxe Chevrolet Se- w
Christmas .
exhibition of
Good cendMkM. ...... 1'
the Key West Society of Artists high command, nevertheless gavea Norman Foster, actor-director, opposite Post Office. dan. Fully equipped with ra quick safe 144 Aa.ty .......
good accounting of themselves. born Richmond Ind. 48 years dec7-21t dio. This car is thoroughly
was opened last night at .the Art Phone 1 M-J Awl It.I .
Center. Luckily, they were led by the ago.Drew I clean. Best buy in South i

invincible "Vinegar Joe" Still- Pearson famed columnist Modern apartment electric kitchen Florida. Phone A. J. Mc- I

Isadore Weintraub. chairman well who was not averse to going born Evanston I, 51 years new furniture, private Ewan Boca Chica 21%. after 5 Christmas lit. eg.eeak ti.'aa

has called a meeting for tomorrow around like any foot soldier. i ago.Sgt. Solarium. Apply 1208 White pro. Seaplane Base 221. bubble lit**. 144.. OM .I..
night of the Young Men's One dogface who had had enoughof Avin G. York of Tennessee Street. declO-3tx dec9-4t Electric **rwo hew $41, .e

Democratic Club of Key West. fighting after receiving a hero of Word War I, promoter dependent burnm*. ..... .
"derrier" full of shrapnel whenhe of education for mountain Furnished five-room apartment. 1937 Buick sedan. Call 705-J $2.39. ou....... M.,. tftw .*..
didn't get down soon enoughwas children born Fentrress Co. Craig 1919 White dwli*>.
Today The Citizen says in an Two bedrooms hot water. Chil- after 5 P.M. dec 11-31 I
having same removed by a Tenn. 61 years ago.
editorial month.
paragraph: dren welcome. $60.00 per
"Inspection of any family tree picking and probing medic. While Marc Connelly of New York, Apply 909 Elizabeth. 1948 Buick convertible Roadmaster -I One child's hiclt ..... Leis **...>
. would disclose a fair-sized quota the process was going on old famed playwright born McKees- decll-tf Phone I dition. Mee. I... ....a '
private owner.
elf nuts. Stillwell looked into the aid station port Ten Pa. 58 years ago. decll-3t' Ave. TeL Ttt er IM-J ....
and amidst the blue profan- Ulric Bel of New York, 123-W.
news-I FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS 530-P.M dr.t1 !till
ity coming from the dogface paperman born Louisville I
The Weather anent the Japs, the War, the 57 years ago. FOR SALE-BOATS AND
Overseas Hotel low rates. Coffee .....
High Command and everythingin Dr. Bancroft Boatley, presidentof I !I MARINE MOTORS Key Wet ftC'IIRIIt Yr.ed
general, old Joe finally discov- Simmons Colleg, Boston bornin I shop bar. decl-lmo, Seminole I...... vlurfe., C'...

FORECASTKey ered he was being addressed by Boston. 54 years ago. Gray marine engines and service. Book and its h.r.a ... __
West and Vicinity Clearto the soldier who said "For C- Col. Charles W. Furlong of Co- FOR RENT-BUSINESS C.:R, Smith, opposite Firestone ings, at the ........ ......

partly cloudy tonight and sake, why did they send an old hassot; Mass. famed cxporer. au- PLACES Station Marathon. decl-lmo I Shop in Tri..r.0fc L.. Allimetade. .>>

Tuesday. Partly cloudy today gray.headed bastard like you out thor and lecturer, born in Cam- ..,1. aural. .......(

with indication of widely scattered here; why don't you squawk for a bridge, Mass. 74 years ago. Large store. Excellent location. Good fishing boat 34' x 9V candy and hulls .....'
showers. Continued warm. transfer and U you get it, don't Edwin A. Nicholas, presidentof Call owner 88-J. dee3-6tx beam. Priced for immediate) ....... 11 It

Gentle to moderate east and fergit to send for me." Old Joe Farnsworth Television and sale. Phone 160. dec3-3t
southc ia1 winds. just laughed. Of course, some of Radio, Fort Wayne, Ind. born in FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I Golf club. eyM ..-. t...

Florida: Clear to partly cloudy the squirt colonels, etc., were not Cleveland, 55 years ago. AND ROOMS wood" Iwek.ey rho/b., .., '
Sea Horse outboard
and continued warm today thru so human. One of them insisted 9.8 h.p. .Johnson $2300 NewApartment ratltwt ......,
that certain road "all The Stutz Hotel 410 motor 14' plywood .. H$4.
Tuesday. a was Fleming I awe *. .
decl3.3txC I
Spartan boat Call 452-J
Jacksonville thru the Florida clear" but when the author and Simplicity Street has an II Coil wire rpnr'e awl MIM'

Straits and East Gulf of Mexico: a fellow passenger attempted to Book Agent (to farmer-"You and several sleeping rooms vacant I spring ma....... ........ It1eM
Gentle to moderate cast td.southeast II negotiate the road, a Jap machine ought to bu yan encyclopedia, now Low weekly or monthlyrates. FOR SALE GIFTS Setd ,. tNN. toM W.....

winds over' south portion I gunner thought otherwise; that your boy is going to school. dec7-tf I I Lane. dose I 1 I' ,
And gentle southerly winds over luckily a couple of Negas (natives Farmer-"Not on your life. GIFT SUGGESTIONSWe

north portion thru Tuesday. I ivhtiwere; on our side) also Let him walk, the same as I did. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I have many for you. Haveyou White rubber .,. *... nrife I-.
Clear to partly cloudy weather.'Jacksonville : fell into the protecting ditch at AND MOTELS seen; the new ovenware all wah.n. PhMW 1144.Mdvrlltt
to Apalachicola: the same time They assured nary reader and in the veranc- and Luxembourg coffee makers -
No ,mil craft or storm warnings I Jack that in a few minutes they I ular of the street. His ready held Casa Roma Courts, Roosevelt) The French porcelain
have been issued.ItEPORT would return after knifing the in aiding the less fortunate by Boulevard and Flagler. Now I bells
Jap gunner. Sure enough shortly personal effort is famous open. Spacious grounds, priv-i CAROLINE SHOP on Ann St. CHRISTMAS GAMBLE
at haei-ft1Ift
they returned with the Jap'shead ate swimming pooL Apply on WE WRAP FOR MAILING I Masterpiece w.
Key West Fla Dec. 13, 1948 I throughout Florida. He not only color, for Iwlyd.y c-.. ..
dec8-6tx decl3-3t
and the
as correspondents
asks to help others premises.
(Observation taken at City Office, you by pub- .
boarded their Jeep to take off
6:SO am. EST) licising then wants through his CAROLINE SHOP mm AMI Mdnlt
Tnp.raturi toward town the Colonel rode column but he gives personal labor FOR RENT-ROOMS I FOR SALE-BUSINESS PLACES j "
up in majesfty and said "See, 1 I also.
_ 82
Lowed Highest last yesterday _. m 74 told you the road was all clear"On A feature of the book is the Rooms and light housekeeping) Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply
night n another occasion while flying $5 to $15 week. 4111 FOR SALE-PROMtMAIir
typesetting and printing-it rooms per 132 Simonton. Phone 287. |
is in
Mean _. ._ _. .78 I NOTES
the hump, high ranking brass William Street. nov27-26tx|
a Bodoni Linotype and Ticonderoga I dcc3-3tx
Normal .. m .____. 70 -
told-off the pilot about griping paper, both designed by I ,
Precipitation about the hazards of the hump Bland Bowers, all of which I Large room, twin beds, close in. I II FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD I Notes (Prc>miMNtry>. Ir r.rfc Art
Total tact 24 hours .00 ins.
I Press, CrtiM INdf. .......
flying-on this particular run Men only. Reasonable man
makes e'es'.of
Total this month 1.73 ins. easy on the the I rate.j i FURNITURE &
the first smooth flight in years, reader., Phone 1379. dec7-6tx 51. -ti tf

Total Excess this this month__ ..n_ 4'U5.98 ins.ins. the brass was lucky to be aboard; We suggest you read this bookin I General Electric washing ma-I
year 10.6% ins on the return flight the pilot fact we would suggest that Rooms for rent. Cheap. Phone I I chine. 4000. Phone 1164-M. FOR SALE-MERCHANDWC
Crcs: this .
year would have his right decl0-6tx
given eye all Senators, Representatives and 9174. I decll-7t; --- --
lUUtiv Humidity. to have had the officer with him I I I persons connected with war mak- I )I I: CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS

I:30 83'&..III. ceiling and visibility were zero ing read it-your knowledge of FOR RENT-COTTAGES Household effects. Living room, :: For original: tnliv land ., II ,

BaromtUr and gale winds War with its horrors will be enhanced )1 dining room and bedroom I I useful) Gift to test Sue
In the Italian and Western Small guest cottage suitable for Excellent I Home Maker
suites. Six months old. -
.. .
(S Lenl) 1:3Q ajn.
fronts Mr. Bell found the .
going one person or two emplo>ed condition. Phone 382W. :I CAROLINE SHOP
30.14 in*.-10207 mbs.Tomorrow's tough, bloody and full of sur- HELP WANTED-MALE Light housekeeping hot water! decl3-6tx ; on Ann Street We .,.. t ,

Almanac prises. One of the more grue- ---- electric refrigerator. No children -' i I mailing' dvrll I I 111

Sunrise 5:41 7:03 a.m.Sururt .. some pictures he draws was the Boys wanted. Over $2-hour! Sell I Rent $65. Call 1054M.decll2t.!' Lovely davenport that makes into --
p.m.JIourvbe inability of our artillery to rescue for front i chair DECORATORSWe
4:15 name plates doors. I bed plus upholstered i] HOME
p.m. by fire power a contingent of Write National Engravers 212 to match. Odds and ends. Call have incra<.d out .t. IiI
liuonjet .. .. .. .. __-- 5:19 a.m. 20 isolated in a house near I
men Summer, Boston Mass. FOR RENT-HOUSES I 1043-R. dec3-3tx:I giving ton a side telr\' \1ft ";
Livorginino. The contingent was
decl3-ltx i fabrics f'.i Slip r .,n. t t
TIDES battered to pieces by the Ger- House with 2 bedrooms, living(I FOR SALE-BICYCLES I i; hoUte v .tn,' D, ..JR If.
i Naval Base) mans who controlled the area Louis F. Dow Co. long established : room, dining room, bath kitchen AND TRICYCLES i '>f th, neari'-," Tj- litepuoia :

Tomorrow and demolished the house with creators and producers of and back screened porch I! Boy's 20" bicycle, Irish maL I j 'f. .. 2;i'J p
(Eastern Standard Time) tank fire amidst the pleadings of .I
finest lithographing has open! For rent completely furnished I small tricycle. all used Phone i CAROLINE SHOPon
High 2:29 Low the 20 for artillery support-but territory for men capable of Call Mrs. Perez, 710 Baker's I Naval Base Ext. 8237. | Ann St-TC- d-
9:12 a.m. am.02pm. no. the artillery must first obey
$7,500 to $12.500 Lane. decl33t'REPAIRSRADIOS :
1:39 earning a year
: p.m.ADDITIONAL orders to bombard a patch of
selling calendars direct mail I
woods before they could help the furnished one-bed-I
advertising novelties and -
TIDE DATA 20 in the meantime the ammuni-- specialties
house for season. Apply!
Fine for room
(Reference Station: Key West) tion gave out and so went the 20 opportunity 'I i
914 Packer Street (rear) j
fo in business for while-U-wa.t Low
you go Radio repairs,
TIm. of| Httshtcf brave soldiers. Mr. Ball does not decl33tx'FOR
IUt1oaTIcS. Ikllh avatar fail to compliment the enemy on yourself without investment j standard prices by catalog. 14 ,
Permanent connections under I years radio experience in man
such the
fithia Honda their superior tactics as
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft occasion they herded three sep- franchise, all accounts protected. RENT-BOATS j ufacturing plants 1116 Whitehead ,

arate platoons in taking safetyin Write giving your qualifi- Street. nov30-28tx
No Name Key d
(extend) _. +2h 20m an abandoned house each platoon cations for full particulars to Sam Lowe's Boat Rental Service .." 5..._
Boca Chlca ignorant of the others. Chairman of the Board, Louis New Mercury outboard motors, REPAIRS-REFRIGERATION : fee
40m When all boxed F. Dow Co. 664 N. Michigan and Ramsey plywood boats and < (Sandy Point)- Ah were safely in Island \ A
Ave Chicago, 11 rowboats. Visit I Immediate domestic or
Caldr Channel a Tiger tank rolled up and all I service
aorta cad) _+Sh 10m +1.4 foOo surrendered and were marchedoff dec9-10-13-3tx I today and fish your decl0-6tx worries I commercial HolbrooK Refrigeration -' laaga .
under the very eyes of the away. Service, Phone 724W. I tM/11


(-)Minus sign. Correctionsto hillside and able to do nothingbut I r-
be subtracted cuss because they had noth- Experienced girl for uniform al-
(+>-Plu! tixn: Corrections to ing to match the fire power of terations. Apply 419 Southard. GIFT* r.I $6"
be added.Dnmb'tteW. the Tiger tank and its 88mm gun. dec9-6tx Picture framing, pictures framed
The Unusual for Xmas matted. DiNegro's, 614!
Mr. Bell lives in Miami with and
his wife and two children. A casualty Waitresses. Experienced. Tray SINGING BIRD Francis Phone 1197M.dec423tx 1

of World War I in whichhe service and arm service. See SAUCY MONKEY I I .
lost Mr. Bell Mrs Mills, La Concha HoteL LOVE BIRDS
He (calling from house) an arm now
at the will writes a daily column in the Mi- decl3-3t COLORFUL FISH STORAGE
Take glance gas
a wIt I
)OU U.btl! ami Herald known as the '"Town Key West Co Garden, 914 Fleming and Lawn, Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor f The Hobby Shop
Mabel The indicator says hail, Crier. Mr. Bell is a dow n-to- Waitress, at once. Little I commercial Phone 798. I
but I don't know if it mean half thc'cdrth writer and his book is]It House Restaurant 1208 Simon- Telephone 1019 declO-tf t decl-tf 110$ TRUMAN AVENUE
MB of Hf empty *ritUi. u. the style for the ordi- ton Stteet decl3-ltx:


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..-+ ."...F0U4..-L.._ ". _- -. __ .. THE KEY. WEST CITIZEN-- ___ _. -- -- MONDAY. ,_ ) G.E 13t 1948

""111 HI'II.M ...
.1 Calendar I Of YG Honor Roll At Stirrup Leaves


ComingEvents NOTHING San Carlos I For Miami Meet

Honor Roll for the past six-i District Legion Commander
Meeting, Room Mothers of Jr.-
.._ Phones Rea1deneeS29XJdI n. QUu 0 fice51Awry Sr. High School. 7:30 P.M, at 1111 Br NU1& I week period at the San Carlos t Vance'; C. Stirrup will leave this

High School. Meeting called : School follows: afternoon to attend the .annual
.."ljlllllllnlRlIItIII"II"IIIIHIIIt.. by Mrs. Earl Yates, chairman Children's Department I banquet' of the Dade County*

-: ; Wires Club No. 88.To Hold SessionWetlnesday Mrs. Walter Clawson To make an exceedingly original (Elementary Spanishand Legion Guirdof- Honor to be
will remark
continueStudy: Group. f people are funny. I English) held at the Harvey Seeds Post
Meeting, Poinciana P.T-A. 8:00j j watched a whole bunch of them Home, 6600 Biscayne Boulevard.
'With Dr. Moore As Guest Kinkergarten: Charles Rob-
p-m. at SchooL Topic, "Peace last week. The City- hall While in Miami. Commander
at Home." Christmas music. erts, Luis Mariscal Mirella Fernandez
j Stirrup will
Christmas Party Speaker, Chaplain C. French. I I were being painted and the confer with South
Sveuker; Next WeekThe Martha A. Roberts. First em Area ,Commander Harry
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14th- painter, besides displaying prominently -
Grade: Cecilia Fernandez. Sec- Cooper relative to the 10th District
regular meeting of Navy good will betweentwtaand.service I Meeting, Division Street Ele- several large wet paint ond Grade: Nancy Jamardo and Constitutional Conference

Wm Club N*. M will b* held organisations., 6 : i mentary School Parent-' 1 signs had also lined up on the George Disgdiertt. Third Grade: to be held the early part of next
MI Wednesday .h< ..... II P.M. Upstairs Auditorium. t! buckets bottles and jars to keep '
at 2 p. nv, at NCCS. help whenever possible, to j Mario Disgdiertt. Fourth Grade:
101... Y... W od. president oft Navy Wives Rehearsal. The Messiah Key I people off the wet portion of the I j! Gloria DisgdierttI Nicolas Rimsky Korsakov a
and.families ntoving. West Community Singers steps. Still and all, I counted Perfect Attendance I Russian composer who died in
..e Ceab. H** announced that to this, area. They are Lead)' and i 7:30 P.M. First Methodist' fourteen people in a row ho,1 I I I Nancy Jamardo, Cecilia Fernandez t 1908, began his career as a commissioned -
....*. wall b* a guest speaker willing to Kelp find living'quarters. (Stone) Church. upon approaching the steps, Maria Pazo Luis Maris--I naval officer.
.i.iM at HNS Meeting and Christmas 'Party stopped 'moment, regarded the t tI I ,
l meeting. Dr. Her- baby sit or do any of the I | cal Sandra Perez Manuel Bo-
..... K, M uee. who will address several helpful things to help a Women of the Church First new paint reflectively and then I tells, Miguel Mariscal Maria Jo- Syracuse and Colgate started'
.... .tan and their guests on Presbyterian Church 8 p.m I reached over and touched the sefa Diaz Nelso Jamardo playing football in 1891.
newly arrived wife to acclimate at home of Mrs. W. H. Bell. Mirel-
... Freshly painted surface with a I
euhrtt uf putra. that dread la Fernandez and Charles Rob-
........ w4ttrh strike adults and I herself. The club knows full well 1509 George Street. tentative forefinger. In this way |I erts. Deafened People May
eMUren that women get homesick lonesome WEDNESDAYDECEMBERl -I they discovered to their utter Adults'
Department Now
0*. ............... it has also I and depressed in a new Meeting Key West Business amazement .that there fremJ j Conversational Spanish Hear Clearly
he.* aiMMinred. tfett the club has place and to the club members and Professional Women'sClub paint on the steps whereupon j Most Outstanding Students-t:, Science has now made it possible
hen .**...t to cant in the pulto I get busy and try to help. 8:00 P.b1, Woman's J they looked cross, gave the steps < Advanced Group: Kathleen Watkins for' the deafened to hear
I -
.... Mr aifclreanng envelopes : For their meeting on December i Clubhouse on Duval Street. an accusing look, wiped their Jessie Watkins. Mrs. C. B.I faint sounds. It is a hearing device
ttf. tfcay hate agreed to do this. %%Dd. Wednesday afternoon of Opening Night "Follies of fingers and continued on in a I Diehl Ralph Hartenstine, Mrs. C.! so small that it fits in the
.... Nvjr W..... Club to an exiMnaly next week, the club will have a 1949" Sponsored by Junior very bad humor. People are j M. Nichols and Alexander I hand and enables thousands to

lM y .....u teon. and luncheon and Christmas party. Woman's Club. 8:00: P.M., funny. ry. Beginners: Marie H. Cher-j I enjoy sermons, music and friendly
a..w.y..ngag.d in some pro. There will be either a ham or a High School Auditorium. oOo Lucille Blais Key companionship. Accepted by
-e. Tto brat nub to a charter turkey as the piece de resistance, Regular meeting. Navy Wives s I claim to be the only personin 11 Albert, Wilma Mason, Dorothy : the Council on Physical Medicine
n.aalt.r M< thus Nation Navy with the members furnishing all Club No. 88 2 p. m. NCCS.Dr. Key West with lizards in the Cravat. Clara Kranich. Marga I i of the American Medical Associa
.OwK and Ui retain that the various fixings. Herman K. Moore guest radio. My pet whom I named Wagenseil and Colin G., Jameson. r tion. This device does not require
tM9 MMi t engage artier I The table will be gaily decorated speaker. Star {ey because I had no way of, Spanish instructor at the schoolis separate battery pack battery
Ijr M wetfar* work, volunteer in the Yuletide colors, and VHURSDAY. DECEMBER 16th- knowing otherwise became a Miss Benildes Rerr and and I wire case or garment to bulgeor
wk ..n .-itlee* and drive, there will be a gift for each member Christmas Program 6B Classes, mother, and chose for her lyingin Mrs. Lillian W. Cowar is the weigh you down. The toae is
Mletl. ........ and creating and her children at the party. under direction of Mrs, Earl I locale the interior of the radio. English instructor. I clear and powerfuL So made that
I E. Hamilton and Mrs. Florence close up against a tube. Now I I you can adjust it yourself to suit
Mullinax, teachers and I can't listen to the radio without I I your hearing as your hearing
Division Miss Catherine Logan music electrocuting or baking Stanley WILL YOU SMILE? I changes. The makers of Beltone
Street School P. T. A.To
teacher. Morning chapel period -f and her nine eggs Anyone else I t Dept 6, 1450 West 19th St, Chicago
I 9:00 o'clock, Division having this same problem of lizards A.Sorry Lot i 8, Ill, are so proud of their
: Meeting Tuesday; Christmas Street Elementary" SchuLPlaylet in the radio is invited to (I.achievement that they will gladly *
"Fir Tree, followedby communicate with me so that we Judge When wou married I send free descriptive booklet
Play.. Thursday; Other Events Fridayby Christmas Pageant. may compare notes. him you promised to share his and explain how you may get a
-- Poinciana School Christmas oOoI lot didn't you! I, full demonstration of this remarkable -
rM*. .*l regular meettnc of the teachers. Room Mothers and I Program. 1:30 P. M. at the Wife Yes, but I didn't know ,, hearing device in
..., .... am puzzled which"is not at your
fcv I I IiMwul I
UtvtMMM Street Cle
pupils as closing events. Gifts School. then that it was just a lot of own home without risking
all unusual. What 'I want to a
....... I
Parent-Teachers 1 I Ito will also be exchanged' among Closing Performance, "Follies trouble. penny. Write Belton .today.
know is how some
people can
A..rlMilri n+Miiyled far 7:45 J]I the student and by pupils and I of 1949", Sponsored by Junior -- ..- -
......." ta.nanaw. night in the upf!f. teacher Combined with other Woman's Clubs 8:00 P.M.' live, day in day out year in,
..... awiM.twat *f I*.. initttu. activities during the week, the High School Auditorium. year out not working, yet they
eat well, dress well and
I participants will leave school to Cabaret Party for Cast fol-: always
hart.wsa.' C fUm B. Curry prei I i enter upon the Christmas season lowing show, Raul's Club. are always doing fine, apparently. -
...t w4M attended the state attuned to the mood of the holi- i FRIDAY DECEMBER 17th- This state of affairs is exceedingly '

......... .f P-T A'. in W..t days.A : Closing of Public Schools of irritating to people like
Iwut.. tJMie*! at tAe time of the program in keeping with the Monroe County for Christmasand me, who have always had just i
IBM*.. meeting a* the orMMfcin. Christmas spirit will be staged by New Year's Holidays. two things to choose between: ?OWEE comesitoPOLLOCK'S
>* w4N be in the chair.MM. the (B classes of Mrs. Earl E. Programs parties, luncheonsand work ,or starve in the street. .
CWrryannounmi that as, Hamilton and Mrs. Florence Mullinax. exchanging of gifts in oOo I ,
.... M the rmal __ion of thee A playlet. "Fir Tree", will individual classes of all public When any of my family gets in
yarn .... ..,... aim M members will be followed by the Christmas schools. a quandary the procedure never I!
he M Mkidatiet. Pageant complete with the manger Poinciana School Christmas varies. 1. They consult me feeling -j

A--- with ...... public schools, scene Wise Men etc. Music Party. 1 P. M. at the School. that because I work on a I
n. .... rMinly DnrMion Street j wH: be under the direction of Meeting, Officers Wives Club, newspaper I am just naturally
.... .. will rto* FrKlay for the. Mrs. Catherine Ft. Taylor. Christmas program I smart. 2. They demand that I JUST 'IN TIME FOR CHRISTMASPOLLOCK'S
l1wbtew and New Year's I teacher of the school. The program Hostesses, Wives of solve the problem. ; ; I,_tell'them
"te. ladtwdua1 I claim hot..r;I will be given during the Anti Submarine Develop- what I think. 4. They get angry,
l.o4lraar. patties and ainularj{ morning chapel period Thursday. ment Squadron 1. I because they don't1 think the
... tU .*. Craw being prepared J I I beginning at 9. o'clock. "The Messiah." oratorio, presented same way. 5. Many nasty letters :. .
I by Key West Community fly back and forth;in,the course -
-- ---
Singers 8:00 p. m. of which I am told that not only
j l./rgt Passenger Lists Of Tourists First Methodist (Stone) II am I not smart at all, but down-
I Church. right stupid, and anybody who 1
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18- I: would take any advice from a
7'u Culm By Plane Over Last WeekendA
Children's Christmas Party ,: cretin like me would be abysmally AP'i lYI

Urge number of persuns left Hugh Hart. Kathleen finline, 3:30 P. M. Junior Chamber stupid too, and I retaliate by
an tn. AerovUM "Q" plane fur Mary Senlline. Juan Martinez. of Commerce Clubhouse,I reminding them that it was they
Edward Patruszka. Joseph Ku- Flagler Avenue. SponSoredby who asked for advice and not I
c-.a. aver Mi. weekend. The pasS let John Kuzj l. Lloyd Harding. JaysheesMeeting who gave it unasked. 6. Theygo 1

.' e.ngur try mekid the following; Margarita Lamar. Marta Valencia : right ahead and do what they
: ......... H* y. Leon Bartley Elsa Vega Eugenia Lamar i iI Of Room intended to do in the first place.
a... ftmt* fart S....... Lorene Valencia Lamar, Rosa Vega, Jose 7. I get blamed anyway. 8. We
........... ftynK DunnetL Emma tUrru. Mercedes Montalvo. Joe do not correspond any more for
.- M......". hart Mt Ent"I'y. FlorMM I Keenan. Pedro Balanag. Robert I Mothers, Jr.-Sr. about six months. 1\\ \ \ \q
M.CAery. Bertha Maaun.MMW Cotnboy Dan Hurley. Harrison Now it's a cousin of mine who \
.- K...4n....... Carl Barthulo- I Wuner. Ann Warner Robert lIar- Hig/i TonightMrs. finds herself baffled. She can't '
.. .. a.... T*--** M Mattme. RuMellKtmtnrttr r... Alvin Touchette. Mary Earl Yates chairman of make up her mind which of two l I 't 1\\ 1 Za
Au4rv Touchette. Gertrude Butcher. young men to marry. One of 1 o Dr
...... JtHetth t. KPft\RW'fft"j Sergio Csquinaldo, Norma Gar- the Room Mothers of the Jr.-Sr. them is an adorable irresponsible o D
M TM &.-.*.. Harry I rido, George Cameron Grace High School, has called a meetingof boy with no money and less pros- s o C
ia411Ii ....u. Harry ., Cameron. Helen Lemert. Robert the Room Mothers for 7:30 pects but he keeps her entertain. ;, : ; P

........ ....+... William Best. I Ettinger. Michael Lipkin. Murray o'clock. tonight at the High ed royally mostly on money he ; n ws -"
....... lint, .'10... Beat. Mary Boru. Jerry thom Henry Kobin School.It borrows from her, and she en-
V..... Harry tfc...*... Gertrude Michael Feinholtz. has been announced that joys having him around and
u...... Beni+.m n Go.,.. Catherine Enulty Stout. Sidney Stout i Mrs.the Walter Clawson will continue floats four feet above the ground)I I
Study Group.
O-.. Cm Cute. Clue U.pninMter Gisea Alvarez and son Tony Erich every time he kisses ;her. The!
J***)* Dempster John Kurb, Edythe Korb, James other one is a dull fellow, steady
Pi >pi r, Charles Fulerum.MMT Trotter Finn Munch Peterson.. Personal. Mention reliable with'.a fine job and even
KuWrt-n. Je u* Values. Jytto *Munch-Pfterson, AtVaro better prospects but he depress- . R<* *. fuMue Ruu h.'&.-< I 0Iur1o. 'Andrew Scheer, /BrianScheer. Ttfrs. Jessie Mdseley, accompanied es./iej,, What ought'.she to do '. ,
4. KM***. Hubert FuU. Dorothy Max Werker. Betty Wer- by her daugh ee. Miss Mar- she asked me. I replied that .' ',
Pak Margaret Gambrrr). Frank I ker, Josephine Home, Manuel tha Ball Brown, left Sunday for there were two courses open to Is proud to add Towle .'* '
to !
our roster !
Lfcr John McUvrrty, Richard I I Cuerdo. Jack Waldman. Harriet Orlando to spend Christmas her.-she could either starve to i
it.r **k, Ruth Marshak. Stephen Fudegy. Brown expect to return to Key be bored to death with the steady superlative solid silver in a range

._ _. West about January 1st and one. I also told het it didn't
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upon their return will be at the matter much which of them she patterns

: Mtmrtw County Autlubon SocietyTo LaConcha Hotel here. married, because she'd always I period designs to smooth, uncluttered

I wish she'd married the other one modern patterns.
lloltl Series Of Screen Tours Leaving over the highway yes- instead. This was considered from
terday were Mr. and Mrs. Law- very frivolous and unhelpful of Six-piece place settings

.. TV I4.nrur County Audubon hundred' cities in the United rence M. Brennan with their me, and all boiled down to one $21.50 including Federal Tax.

-. f**-*..,. HI ru>Hi*rata in with the I!I States and Canada this season. Inmost daughters Linda Annette and thing, it means one less Christmas
there five lectures Gloria Faye. to spend the Christ- I will
to' cases are present get and give this
N l-l Audubon Suri.-t, Is
.n each city as there will be in mas holidays with Mrs. Brennan'smother year. We Now Offer You
peee_ a stews of natural history 'I Key Weal Since the inception of Mrs. Francis Hubbard, in /1 Fine Sterling

.. awl ..........v..un lectures in Key I these tours a< few years ago, attendance Ft. Lauderdale. Draws CrowdsMIAMIWISightseer by
Wt.t. beginning with the famous has sky-rocketed so I I \tl l \
;; artwaint. srttot a nter and pho- j,I that hundreds of thousands of I Sterling Baby from ti TOWLEINTERNATIONAL
i.eapller. Ruler Tory Peterson.l people now annually enjoy these ;
a e.kin< on the Riddle of UigraMM programs which appeal to persons two national conventions here I Ishattered'
10 PoundsBecause
all off-season
al the Higti Srhuw on Friday of all ages interests tastes I Weighs I 1 GOUIIAMHEIKLOOM
...... It WM announced by the and walks of life. of : ance records at the attend-I I
a typographical error I track. A single day
\ /
a.- TMtf Ct.airman. George Stuart S. Whiting. President of The Citizen said JIIh1J/
that a total
son of
15.000 visitors
Milk ",...., briar The series the Monroe County Audubpn Society I was set
born to Mr. and Mrs. Dumont during the Nationar Letter Carriers :,
,; kWMvn, M Audubun Srrren Tours stated' that the Audubon Sterling 1316 Elizabeth street, \
........ ... U.e people of this coma Screen Tours are being presented weighed 19 pounds. The convention. The four days \ -
......... weightof I the American Legion conventionwas )
to in
i opportunity see top j jquanly {I this and other citiesof the the baby at birth was 10 in session at total of 27,700
calla motion pictures ofj,| country in a nation-wide pro- pounds. I
sightseers visited Hialeah
A--.wry.nd wildlife. gram to develop an even greater. I
:- *f** ente.i by the nation's out. 'I public appreciation of nature in vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvnyvvvvvvvvv.vvnvnWhy

stashing 1ft1........*. The Mm** will its infinite variety; to further the t
w end MI April 4 and caon mem- ']!I conservation of wildlife, as well Knock Yourself Out? Call 9249 4 OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS

.; Ur...iH. In the Screen Two Club I!fas of plant, soil and water resources E Y FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE 1POLLOCK'S
awry bv hJ at very re* *>abe i! and. by these means to Place Your Orders A'oir! for 4
:- rate frvnt any member vt the''I I improve public health promote Delivery Christmas Morning J
heat .iet.ty I I economic welfare and immeasurably
AWoI\Ibun Streen Tours are belay enrich our cultural and Table Ready Baked CHICKENS and TURKEYS. Stuffed 1 QUflLI-TJ r
.: C'UIIIJw-.l in Inure than ai I Ir i i pintual lives. with Old Fashioned Dressing and Plenty of Giblet Gravy 3 j %>> tllUJl//4; J'EWf


r f -. The weld --"robot,' used tot 1 1i At the turn of the-20th- Century DUFFY'S TAVERN ] tar a- --_-

i t -abr media sksl devices u ice-hockey was so. popularin I 508 DUVAL STREET

f v,'ltaYtd_ hwt the Crab Mold England it was considered a ----(09 TRUMAN AVENUE \
: "Experienced Jewelers for Three
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i Coffee Shop ,110 i We Will Can For and Deli?er : : WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Service Station I .

: 1'llI/I: : ,. : M Yw' Experience( la Electrical Wore -_. :
i : .S the l) llthat Acts Almost Unman : J, H/BJlADYr ManagerPHOffC IIM :
........................._.................SS..I I J..LCaLJ211 DuT l Street : : Francis Street and Truman A..*... I
SS : ,uN' ...................................,......e...... ELECTRIC, TELEPHonc 41 Marco 701 DUVAL MM. Jw.STREET Peppy: : :. ; 'Tires .Tubes .Batteries Auturrra i.ri.. !

: of ike. S HOME() SUNDRY STORE ...e............ ... .. .. ...... ...., 811 SIMONTON_.STREET: ...., ;; 1' 7 Your'PURE'OlL and GASOLINE Dwfe*" f :.
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: WKI5 / l'rrf' : l 1211 TRUMAN AVENUE: Near Corner WHITE ST. ; '"1 ; Dry Cleaning : .......:...........SS.....................SSe

: Your Patronage Jnvifed" s : PRITCHARD f RUSSELL'SDRY i .' and Pressing :. : Have Your Car Repainted J :.
t 917 Fltmlng St. : 24-HOUR SERVICE : Y -
: Irr (:n.ant l'roirirlir| Mctlicinn ; : FUNERALHOME S Free PickUp'ancI :. : for the HOL1 Di YS&LWN \ S

: Pilo tIE 798 '. : SIGN KINHII Sii|>|ilifA School Supplies : i GOODS Delivery SrvkSUITS .. ;,1 r Body and Fender Repairing J tutu, "'....., i
m caaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ : Toilet. .Preparation: and Articles ; : for SIEN : : Complete Itadlalttr Serrir

...............................................i.., .. 110S OLIVIA STREET: : ; :+ and'W011EN : : AUTO AND I I

.: ...................... ...............e.................e............... : Let Those Serve PHONE' 373Specializing : S Made PHONE-to-Measure\ 282 :; : TONY'S BODY SHOP !
MUMFORD) and ROSS S {Who Serve Bet ; : ; S .;..........!........ : IQ3-05 CREENE STREET: .
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: FURNITURE CO. : Easy and Blackstone Washers ,i BETRAYED WE NEVER A: TRUST WIU, .S ) and :, GLAMOROUS? :

: nt tHfVAL >TRCCTVeajelU : Elcctromaster Ranges .. .. LOPEZFuneral c.t Set For Fall With Tka Hew !

.II....satl.i...f1IM4 : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : Ambulance ServiceTelephone : Children'sApparel : deb-u-curl : .
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.8Me.... ...... n... : iu.nn.nirnn: : Service Cold Wave P.rm**s 4 :
A...... .S.SSS.................s..U./...;:.S..and.....SERVICE............. :. tferer Sl*.pt .: r. Established 1885 : ; A soft, luoinneT ........ :
..: : ....., ,,.., ........1......................e. ............... ...... ................ t...................... that will five: y "u Iha pr :
:...: ..I1u.e .. ,, ...............................e...........e Licensed Funeral : NEW LOOK an.1 m..kll 0 S
:. : ... AINI a s. : ,, : Directors and : you me GKirr>Mir Gal :

: ....... ... .......k : 1 J. A. MYERS Eiubalmera24Honr : of the New Srasua :
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: l.z: 7r.... ; I Make Your :
..: : PtN TfLL t.QMOM. P.N. .. Ambulance AppointmentNow CAROLYN IfAVfY :
..4 SAT. PAINTING Contractor n SHOtK :
....aeeeeaeaeeeeaeeaeeaeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee S Service : 4 175 Overseaa Hoist 'II.,..... ... :
114 Duval 8tr. : Phon. 135 .: \ DONALD BARBER ;
: Talapaoaa 8127. .t. J.ff non Hotel : Night 698

: r J. Douglas Trevor i ............................................... ....................*.. ...eeeaeeeeeet...............................................leeeeeeeeeeeeaiStelVs ..e...........
PRICE TOURS ...........................................
i i : Jj 1829 Harris Are. Key We t Fla. : Electric ..-.....................1 .1 !i
: S i Nook
.: PaaanmrrFLORIDA .S S PHONE 1371-R S HOTPOIHTeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei Ranges : Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. i Beauty i i

..: : pffskOlttlfN .: : : Refrigerator Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Scientific Beauty Culture
... : in All Branches I
SS Washing Machine for Immediate Delivery : : :
: (TTU"If Thoroughly Experienced Op.rat.nsott
i EAST ................................................. : HOME APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS 2 J Water Used Exclutirelr !

S COAST RAILWAY .................. .............................. : 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : ; All $laCOCOANUTS : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. --
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S aa dwellinga. Fire i Insuranceby S : i Fprmer Customers Friends and the PuM l.vH4 J

: DR. COED'SOFFICE : m.rcaatll bid,.. household a INSURING with ,, : Landscaping,Marl and Top SoilTOP SPONGES ::. .: Frances Beauty Salon i

: and p.raoaal : SOIL. $8.50 PER YARD or $1.00) PER SACK : :
n.nwro {TALL Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. France Park. Owaf
.U cb. : MARL fiAULEO.$5JO for 4 YARDS Will SUp to Any Part : : I
: IU t .t U Cawca 1010 CRINNELL START
Halal .
AU Polidai Non-Aueuabl ; .
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Save 157 on : Also Lots Cleared and Mail Spread Vary Reasonable : u.s. or Canada :

PHONE 124eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ': MercantileStock, /. L. Crutoe, A B t. Phone 674 : : : Marcy'S. Palacio : : .. Beauty Culture In all Its PAasW !
1021 Olivia St. :
!i *-. ................................... laaaaaaaaaeee. : G. WEECH. PHONE 801 ; Rear 401 South St. : :: 'f FadaU Permanents. Shampoo Scalp Tf.otesIS N........ j

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S f. : : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP ,.eeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeREAL L. *
I the Due to the B.&B. CYCLE SHOP :: I : : Marion 'l'h.*nt> '1311Cayo : I
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I ; .1 I2J Flaming St. R. M Dsal L.Prop. Phona Ion : Open Daily and Sunday ; Sale 'E' Hueso Beauty Salon i

.0 Cushman Motor\ Scooters 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. ; .:
S : IEBVIKCI : Appraisals W
Immediate Delivery S COMPLETE Dinners Lease '
Sale and Service ; "J"
: : Also A La Carte and Sandwfciej : Rentals sS : We Art iVfiir In OnrAVir i

KO>E AWAY.- .....5/....5..REASONABLE 5.1.5551..55555.5.55555. PRICE Management A : :
S : AKC S : : ............................................ ; Improred sad Vacant S Locution "'
..: : *01 S Properties la Key West ; D
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Now CM ride e. economical :
you :
GOLl"LUfU ; I I Oahm. *"tar Motor tt...end scooter themoney S FIRE WIND AUTO BONDSand J. OTTO ; R J.
:4 you e./e ever .thBMtbod : ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE 1 : :. :
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*of tr D porUdoo peye :
: Fun : for Irae.l.tarmstka Cnlhms Cocne H.fet : Key West Insurance Co. : 919 411 Whit Fleming hud Sir Street eat ; : E OLD LOCATION OF : C

:: KEY WEST COLT CLUB :: ................................................S :: all 8IMONTON STREET in Front of PHONE 171 :: : Pboaea 124 sad 7H ; : S BLACKOUT RESTAURANT :
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: 2-4-1 lour Sfrrice : fOR JOHN CURRYPLUMBING : : INSURANCEOFFICE eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

: Key West jewelry Co. FOR SALE : e.. :i DELICIOUS : I
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: Our trul"n: Must Itf .
: We Bur DIAMONDS andS : : : S
:: HAVE: YOU S.. Dull : : 920 TRUMAN AVENUEOVERSEAS PHONE 1380 s : : I
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...-Is..5. .'-. ... Es-. S STREET : /// tlie Disliucthv 13tf" ttflrl :
1 % / HA CYCLE STORE i :
S ... ... H..... M.__ : Installations and Repair : : Opposite Bus Station '

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S -... .... -.. .....,... .. I2S TRUMAN AVENUE PHONE 9112 ; S PorterAllenCompany '
......1M... ...wH5. .... a.....5.. ,.. : : ---- 'Wo Deliver" : Phones 781 and 229-W i Magazines, Proprietary Medic IIOl, i I
: ll>..l I Drink) .and f.olilr-t: Beer inl'.irLi Town ; : : School Supplies
.l to/llll!. 512 MARGARET STREET
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;_ _/t8. Dual Street : ::::::::::::::::::::::....t..1 e 1...................... WILLIAM ST. at WINDSOR UNCeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeat; S
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Food. Shopping : PLUMBING Moving, Raiting or Shoring Houses, Garages, : Under the New Ownership sad N......ui :

: IU Sur to Get. : Sr Boats or What Hate You ; : of OPAL. VAN DCUHSEN :. I
I : I INSURED CONTRACTOR BONDED and LICENSED : Distinctive Ci/U For All Occmtitmi :

roO i: : FREE.. ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 and Tastes In A Widf Price R..+. :$ ..:

i dI eun : .InttallatlonsMaintenance S All Work Guaranteedeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeea ...5.55..555--.a ....: Corner Wht) .head sad Carolina SIr.... M.>.... IWi Jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaea
:: ENRICHED BREAD I >eeee.eaeeeleeee.el.eiee'"Why .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaa
i : Pay Moa When You Can Buy For Less?. .
': : 9 Repair .SewageS :: W USE YOUR CREDIT -. : CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL StH(1 ]
W &. f.... *dole ./ Todrj'i : :
: Prompt Reliable : : Men's, Ladies'and Children's Wear Specializing in Spanish Food & Sluttt O, eW. :
V_ flaudmtiaaaaaeaaeaaaeaeeaaaaaeeeeeeeeeeeee < ..REASONABLE Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads : S DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Crania***, G.wOt1I i :
..: KALFH> FAJL1LDO >WH> .S'. <:fl.lT FHO 'KIf : : Mr. and bin E F Corral Mr ... .n... J
: E.t..M...... SICf1I !'-r :* 1M : PHONE 1120'LI.I.I.lIII..I..rll'.I' HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. : Open Daily 7 A. I.-2 I'.M. ....1 :5 "P.M.-lt M. ty
707 WhItehead St. Near Cor. Angela St. Phone 1512 .. .:
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The hustlers and the OM
RED RAIDERS WIN FOLLOWING coach has shown them lots of
tricks of the game.
Q I The Drive-ins need some replacements -1 USS Ciibrrahusbud

. OVER LEGION SUNDAY r THROUGH to get .anywhere club wIth'!.' ........ N .b. .......
The Elks have a good ORM".>.... >.. Ors I Ihia'o IIW.
and Valdez leading th*
r J ....t,
Ile.y. flail FirlJ 'Wrl> ........._......... pack, and Castillo Kerr Jack ...., 11. 1........ t ....
r Ar Smith and L. Griffen helping out was. EaM
!& 11* t Grt *horU Box Score Of CLASS 'A' CAGE LEAGUEIn in great fashion. t' *? MM. *... .. :.

i j the Class A. Beachcomber Jeweler. .rl a. .
Atari. n..l..t.lId ) basketball For the 1M ..jItrd i

t Stadium Came league the Bob's Sport Shop Bunsy Villareal is leading the Wet. I* awMy irrd K1f _do

"lt.f.r.l tip?| iim.I liuntr started .out on the right foot and pack in shooting and Demerittand marine IMS mfr ..... ..
helping out in
Saunders are
both of their revel M.... A'tantie
... .... won games to lead fashion Ostcrhoudt. Her cony u4ttrstal
Wealew toM Ia&ion IT I Ii Played, great teMw 1w"..
wla.dq M Mitt ......... The Sunday the league in the first' .: week of nandez. Ingraham and Romero watew ttw fuel TMewM ..

i, t .... actA.w+.ri. A.rt < play. ,.. also give some very valuable ted in
..., M i b" the fame nil,,"' Roberts' Vnlai al niT assistance. .
.. err w. ..... ., M { I b e r, Sound School. Myatt ta N.......wa"rvteo ....... ter M.=, .J
yelderd+y aflerriliori at Wickers1Uunidpal Fie l n n e r, Sweetmg? McCown War the $riM. .It .tNi eaM +
1 Ea acsMl.. h e.I plate. doing Burke Ilarl-
N t Stadium) field tot.laWE Meadort\ : great so far. ........
; .. with(; heat* front'Lynn C'ftftCI .-. !**** 5dsVirttaua.
.. tAw. I.... wee ..waged 'ington, Osborn and Peterson are ...
f. and Garcia for the Pollock'sJewlsivhohave Naval Tr..atstg tt4ali
Hale )lowI|
] playing god
flfc[ Mw toM the mormnc a game. .
I i111x1
RaW.r.Yf't' .
R.d : pjayed SOflrbap' Wells and McKcntrick .n: '
... ... r.aeM.. to .i ard
pUy.t AB il by winning one and droppingone :
t ,- R PO A E helping out'the best they can
o Alp* 4 .Ile.. hwIds aftIt n 0Akn.y 4 4Ik the same as theSound
Hail. rl 3 I I I' ; For Bilhe's Drive-Ins, we see I
... ... ....... ..n4. .to tb>> S I 1 1l 0 0 s School boys have played great Bazo and Frank doing well. I

e. Mar .. ..... .*. i Nt t3aker. u.p 4 2 2 3: 0A.evwb 4e ball and Skaggs. Smith Kitchins, Wallace and Hanson ,at guard PAINT KILLS
and W. Herrick
---g saal-r .e .4 ).M. rile + r 4 1 2 5 2 1 Ed. leading the scoring ing.. are good, too. But the team
.. C.--. 2h-Jh 3 1 0 3 I 0 .".b Woodson. P. Herrick. needs some good shots and more
Schoneck Growe
lots of
I9arwrne.K", )h..q 3 n n 0 6 0 given good guards. Oropesa, Cooper '' INSECTSFOR
(... fl-wstr- ilrlsmd. .... hN help. For the SONAR BOYS THE
l4lKrwm I tf.p-2h 4 0 0 I 0 0 Doughtry Fernandez and Ingraham
.... Misr atlllatrww.... ... n .....,.... p 3 0 0 0 I 0 PLAYING OF MCKEE AND are good ,and Baker Shep-
FA. -... R.DvF.relt 000000 CLENDENING. Playing a great perd, Zorsky and Roberts arc developing Tilt Ifff
... th. ; game and not far behind were
-* m* vrat s. Rehuta. rf 3 0 I I 0 I Bushwcitz. fastSubscribe

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M evertA C 26x13 2rT.rn Newlon Swihart Ratunne Olson To The Citizen.
.... = .:: r .Altalrlad 1 rut, (JP) Wirephoto and Shultice not far behindin
out by
.. + the shooting and guarding and
sail IIW' Am.rtcu lA910a BILLY CONN (left) grimaces as a blow from the gloTe'of Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis '
.. Mara Atrta.e. last but not least the midgets of
bounces off his chest in the sixth round of their exhibition bout in Dec. 10. Louis
Chicago. was
ttslee.Ir K I Pl.verAll n H ro A E the class A. league and a real keg
Azle .N... aver MwriNS A.--. f'f 3 I 0 2 n I given a 6 to 2 decision in a poll among newspa permen at the ringside. of dynamite, they have lost both RAIN!

l'....2h 400301 -, -- - games they have played but with
..... tar two h.r.r4.i1t01 0.d.en..n 3h 3 0 1 2 6 0It ---- honors for in the first game

erttllrl Idinsw ...... aelwlslsr LaatrL x 3 I 0 3 0 n W. A. Serves against the Bob's Sport Shop Will not beat In on your rugs
.. w .YI Moral tkn.Mt- a J 0 0 I I 0Tama Clendining Of Sonar School Cody they lost in the last minute of and furnishings when sudden

r reed rf 2 0 0 0 1 0 play by a 30 to 26 score. In the showers catch you with yowr

... Irate !lit.> elrwItlf. RVMerH-L p 1 0 0 0 1 0A On Submarine last game against the Sound windows open while you areaway IRSECTICI M

.. .... ... .... ............ 1b I 3 I 0 1 I 0 High Basketball Scorer School they lost the game after if your homo it protected 1 C.iaa.e/ -leeUQrrttM

....... ae tb.. Jl Oetrie. If 3 0 I 0 0 0 <"....1.. ..The rillxrnl the final whistle blew for Clend- with. ..
../ .ds.1r. .. ml .. .... R..dntuet p-rf I I I 60 GREAT LAKES, 111.-Dec. 13. ining shot the ball when the I'
tstt... A a.- a ....... - But Skapg; Of Jewels x whistle blew and won the game.
rP .. aid. a, T.t.t.26 4 3 27 10 2 William A. Cody, seaman So, don't underrate the Independents (C: Cd tllmwTN
1r ;:.. r..1 IWMut'd' in: Acevedo 3. AIM! Roberts Of USN, son of Lt. W. C. Cody of for they are in the

.. ... .. BeHtRodri.uez: sacrifice, hits Arc I'Veterans Corner Naval Air station Fawta. Boca I game from start to finish. With
.... : 11I' -= Dnmenrrh. Rodriguez. Garciatw.b : Spurt( Shop Chica, is serving aboard the sub- only six players they are doing ,.Moms I II r. ......
err .. :. marine USS Piper recently re- great. A couple of more re- i.-r -- I
Alonzo home Cloxe Behind (Him _
hiU Hall : .
*e ; 1 sad ,...
all. ear.fflll. earned runs QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSON turned from the North Atlantic I serves and a little rest the boys I I

r Nr ...... .Nil ... gale Raiders: A. Acevedo 3. Legion; 2: struck out Player- Fg. Ft.PTS. t FOREIGN TRAVEL where it participated in Fleet will get going. E. Sweeting, G. OwtsWe........ I

s Ps. .elhal tteb fIN .by Rodriguez 7 by Villareal 1. byLasko. .Clendining. Son. -' 13 1 27 Tactical Exercises.Austrians Sweating Parks.- Solomon Barber I plied .IytsdK
a 7 Awwll..w I : S butot on ball: off Rod. I Skaggs Jewels 12 2 26 Veterans<< traveling in foreign I and Walker have done great c.a-t i AA.w.
; I.
w4 .I A-a Vttlw.el n.M*_ 7. off VilUrral 2. off Las Roberts Spt Shop 10 4 24 countries inquire about proce- I in the first two games. I. toe M*EC teAr
: It I tV 4. off Sahnero 1: left on P. Herrick Jewels 9 3 21 dures there among the many I Rapllilitary siege SII_ oA Your Ow FMf l

=:: ;::' = 1' .....: Legion 4. Raiders 11.; ,tol.M Buchweitz, Sonar 10 0 20 questions asked by former ser- CLASS *B' CAGE LEAGUEIn Pre.... Paint for !..> 1.suite. ..
vicemen. Replies to these \ .. .....
7 3 17 and ..
!lid .. ... tot bur. : Arrwdo. Cat**. Rod Parks Indp. ,other Toys the Class "B" League the On |.UH.f mt
.. ricwec X D Lutrrt Anguiera 2: E. Sweeting. Indp. 7 3 17 ; inquiries are obtained from Sound School five has won its *y.tttIIetIee
.r d the Veterans Administration ..d LigN Ext.,1er .
HW. pHrh: Lutm. Rodriguez G. Barber Spt. Shp 7 1 151 1 and VIENNA JP An two games. Elks Club has won I
M ...... ... published in this column The -( )- appeal to
.1 WHi Rodriguez: hit by pitcher G. Sweeting. Indp. 4 5 13 by the people of Vienna asking its two games. So, they are tied
Barber. Indp. 6 1 13 ; Key West Citizen as a service to ... ....... ,
ummaryhits ite-
for first se./r.y&d NIt
TXVTM. pitcher place.Beachcomber
w -- tow ........ wee : them not to buy "military" toys :
offRndricw McKee Sonar 36 12 1 our veterans.Q I .. )4I. ...... .... ..
-- ......... end .H Li 4rM 2, off Salinero 1 for their children this Christmashas Jewelers are in WINDOWS, rotaat wo I -
Meador. Bob's Sport 5 1 111 r : I am World War II vet- .. .... ...
r -. C.... ** S; winning<< pitcher: a been made by Lord MayorDr. second place and Billic's Drive- SCREEN DOOM M M .. .

._a.aad ....psArvdens i Bkrr -nc. pitcher Villareal: Kitchins, Jewels 4 2 10 I eran and intend to go abroad for Theodor Korner<< and repre- Ins and the Junior Varsity bringup lam.hgkl r.merleetis U...r. r.,.1 l ROAc'i4q' &IA. .s WIPIOH.
bas VMM ef game I.4); umpires: MrW several years. Does VA have sentatives of the three Austrian the rear. Junior Varsity will blowing rai., black ....!. .... ....... I II I Itst.T ".
.. kwttr IM taw ( and OMdo: ccorer AguiUr The Sonar School has scored !' representatives in foreign countries political parties. soon get out of the rut and give your window wilt fr.*> ..... tw), <.. > 4l44Tt... I1=rfa&RC.

Ards .sad R.. ... 83 points in their two games and I j I'I The appeal referred to the them all a run for first position. lodging el potty vcwnd ..4 .

II- -n..1 Alalre a d.mihl.4r1 the opponents 85. A The Foreign Service in the misery suffered by the victims of rcdwc pointing .inltnnncn ask I* H.rr If ,......

WIt A f r...... Stand) The Jewels have, scored 73 I[ Department of State cooperates I I the last war and asked the population almost noHiing.Convenient. r..r.
--.. ... AM .... How Tlicy points and their rivals 83. j: with Veterans<< Administration in not to "plant the seed of An IrhalXMAS Payment Plan
volt ...... La.La. .- The Sport Shop boys have; the administration of certain!I I future misery in the souls of our CALL-PHONE 1042 Doherty KM Ct

: .... s.. ..... UMLU niE8.LL scored' 73 points and their benefits available to veterans jn'' children" \ GIFT -KEY: WEST- KEY WttTt
rivals 73.
...... ._. ..... I foreign areas. 1 l I VENETIAN BLIND CO.
TOM !>..... f
.... > MI -
))1' Key FIRE-RESISTING .... .
> t.ISrleee Q: Does VA attempt to mi Amain* J l *
4 (Municipal Stadium) The has Jewels been the best first scoring in the quarter first- prove types of prosthetic aid' ; .: S1!rep walker Falls I FELT HAT RUGS \rmrilmm Ml.... Robert f. RUN ... i_

the (1-- W. L Pet available to vetcians 123 DUVAL STREET: W, eLN.

0. ... 13 .. WfIItt a.". ... 5 3 .623ft game the second they scored game, 11 their and worst'13 in A: Yes Veterans Administration : :30 I Feet I ; Unhurt er wrlf for ..... riA....... "i
1 tit IAiI t" 3 3 623 conducts extensive research
NI R.4. ,
Wi- gllra ........ A4R rnieta 4 4 ..500LtK period has been the last theycored projects in attempting to discover i: UTUATUXE WITHOUT OtUCATiOK I
four point and seven a : MILAN. Ital When his j
> parents -- -
.. Iih.Ms I I
A....... 2'.333 new and better prosthetic .
total of 11
in two games. heard Barbicri, I
..... II. devices. i I
For Independents: The last habitual walker shout "I I 1 1I
sleep !; I
Q Is disabled veteran .
: a in on-
\SKimULL -. quarter has been their best, a toi i t the-job training permitted. to: am a.lbeyJur: : .i THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI =r0l.......t p4lect4j
Sports (Calendar: : C1ug.aA' tal -of 20 points and their worst [i and if how ried to try to stop him. Before'they -
Pct.,7wr. receive wages so
W. L.
_G.. .-- the.third with 10 points. I! much can he receive reached him, he had leaped i j jI Located la be H.orof Ik. Cf'
2 0 1.000 For Sonar School In the last
!K,4TIn Spelt Shop I : j from a 30-foot high bedroom|
11.+......-s JnwrU 1 1 00fMwl quarter they have scored 12 and A: A disabled veteran in on- RATES 1)00"15 WNtC e. MptA'
when ,
,.yk. ..... NM flan.! ) 1 1 JOOlmWpiftti 14.poinU for 26 points and 17 n' the'job training may receive I j they window found, but him was- still unhurt asleep.> REASONABLE /r .......AVI..

.>nU 0 2 .000: second quarter for their worst i I wages while training, but if the 1 I with BATH sad TtUfHQHC
_. Lett rrla CUM "B. i...,.. Bob's best quarter in the two wages plus his subsistence allowance I 1

a.t W. L. Pet games played has been the third I J exceeds the journeymanrate I .). --. .ORDfR '.' .,.. Ford 1 Pcr hing Miller t 1
1 for trained worker that
1n' I 2 0 1.000 rn a
FIb GMi with 21 points and the worst the
..,..... Ps.... A......... hear s.Mt" 2 0 1.000Rrn4n.robet first with five in one and eight occupation the subsistence allowance :. !o u8r8randI I I Ii 0 Washable Hotel J Ilulrl. H..e
II will be reduced by VA
a.NtW Jewelers I I .500 in another. However, other EIGRRETTE58MAte ID Easily Cleaned 60 N.E. 3rd St. 221 NX.: Irk Are. .... le* .,
M *
r. Ha. 0 2 .000 proportionately. *
p ........ V.r...y -I ..
60 Rooms lno l
plNte'. DHv-lM 0 2 .000 TRAIN KILLS THREE !!! payments that he receives from i Long Wearing '- ..___.
l 1 ElevatorSolarium Ekvawr
VA because of his disability will ...
till t_ 'n.lillU 111111a. O t.
(Continued From Page One) : not be affected. 1w..W
Pert 1 1Mlt TODAY IN HISTORY portedly on their way to Key': Q: Will Veterans Administration I rote: $1.49CartoI I Reversible 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION t\IM ITA1'kMI

.+ (CIe... A8Mric.' West to visit with the other members ] pay for the medical care of :. tGoltt I Our Most Popular Sizes. pack-
of the Walker family here. i'i my dependents* I Rw k M(_h.a.., & -'ti ed in attractive assorted colors

,,,,''un f11 .:tlJ.. ....I---C.untry.... bank first chartered incorpoVHVM in- Walker who was killed, lived !, A: No. Under existing laws, Mwi.No.(OrdffPOST.All)ffoo, C--5 C..4. 18"x35" 22"x44" 24"x48"

Ji.A......N R...... The Provident Iiwtitu- in Key West for about a year 23 !' only eligible veterans are enti- MlClltdtyHcmyh'ertlrI 28"x58" 18"x70" 34"x70"
oflh.Wi years ago. according to Russell tled to VA medical care. I S2.98 SI9.50
far SUvin in the Town to
0)mIs) *
...... n.n&... Villar. husband of his sister. ----..:- I : NW Wnfc.4. D.C.
w Ail... M44.-,H,rt nc MurphY Cump Slim Walker resided in Key West (Veterans wishing further information I llrpl 4 -:.74NM.ffEOAlEOEU) TROPICAL TRADER e
itrw -c w.M I .j.. heat of the great bands ofmimtirrnn for many years but lately has 'i! about veterans' benefits / ERY1.wuurr. l:9 718 Duval Street Phone 1000
.. M ....... In covered wagons to been serving as & State High..ayPatrolman may have their questions I \ .
< .
out of the Miami office the nearestVA -- --" -- -- --
.. lit.. fW We.t reaches Sutter'sMt answered by writing I
waste 1I_ 1s / Ca4iorMa.ws4ute j I office.) I
:: I Indian who had II I FLYto
wd.d Utah agree to return an-I GERMAN WORKERS :j JANITOR CATCHES 7jl
Continued From Page One) (Continued :rom Pee( One) t I
I I HI*-American Army of Gen <<- the American and British zones : about five times in recent r

t :+: <_ ..._ the Rhine into to four percent. I I months, the janitor reported. I HAVANAThree .
: :
w 0..... A Socialist newspaper licensed 1 At county jail the man remained I '.
b1 ........ mi-V S Rail Labor Board I in the British zone published a ,,I mum when asked his name .. a ;
"I"I'k ............ a ten.hour day for story today in which it was stated -I I I and address. He stubbornly re- I Flights Daily I -

raN w..kcra. that the Russians have started i I i fused to say a word. I TO HAVANA TO KEY WEST iILv -
s1ee. .. MN--Rf'm6lftS of the R.v.1 a movement designed to make I j I "I believe he will be willing to Havana Ar. West I
Lv. Key West Ar. Havana LT. Key
Q : r I........ J Power of Malden : a separate peace with the Germans I I talk later," said Hamlin. 9:45 A.M. :
10:15 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M.
I :
L.lw Ua e. Cathalic priest removed to and to set up a communist : J I 1:15 P.M. J
1:45 P.M. 2:30 P.M. 12:30 P.M. q-
Alarkr ....... ai ..M.r crave with a 7-foot fence I republic in what is now the Soviet -I Relatives I
Mail! The Citizen to P.M.
tntftt t4a..d been visited by I zone. Spok 2..nen at the f 4:00 P.M. 4:45 P.M. 3:00 P.M. 3:45 II II I

....... .I thousand seeking I American office of the military' I
..4Kffi11IJ.Ilya I I AERGVIAS S. A. I
..r... .,........ I .............V' suns$4tBulgan. I governor said that the report had I, TRUCKING SERVICE: Furniture ::1 "Q" I
I. and Hungary not been confirmed. I Moving General Hauling : I ROGELIO GOMEZ. Agent I >w
I .... wr MI the United States. I Every Load Fully Insured I y
..: N41Raise rw4 I in retreat in The 11 teams in the American '1'I' I
.... w..... ....... ..... Hockey League will play 68 ISLAND CITY TRANSFER -- -II '-- i
...... I NN-U S 3rd Army in savM games each this season-34 at{| Phone 166 524 Southard St. I HL : _- __ -_ <

L w 111. .....1'pA" .. >jktmi with Germans on the home and 34 away 'i RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R

vsw N1Mnn t 4V. -30O.OAO......t electrical work j Victory Bedding & Furniture Co. FOR HOME or

.*. to smILe.I"TGaP

....... program to curb' inflation In and S.e Peggythe Furniture and Furnishing Store

2/-Inch Walking Doll .
R.Mw dVtrrs SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN IT p Ares Trr/iamf T. F",,,,.. ) .*. tT....
TO tiE I
(; at . 39.95 and up Tricycles Wagons Pull Toys Trains (;leer, I'",. l1ll1S; / ; err (.1(1111IiH; f|.J;
Tew Or-. CELLS That O. M Full I TRICYCLES and WAGONS $5.95 up $1.95 up 69c up $6.95 up

vee IIIMw' STAR BRAND r Obtained Deposit will hold any merchandise l Thompson Enterprises Ii, '.
; TROPICAL TRADER ,| on our Lay-Away Plan Hundreds of Other Items From Which to Select ,

... tmd AMDt CU3AN CAN COFFEE 71 Duval Street i t I| Overseas Cycle Store i :rJIIIF" Open Eveniiiji, ; !" Until ChriMiiia "'111I.: (ICE IMMMO.N) )

Try A Pmt T day--- I: PHONE 1000 1920 Truman Ave. Phone 1380 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN PHONE NO. 1 KCT .....

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