The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 14, 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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of Monroe County Commis-j 4 tai S I K A ee SNAUWi. -,. the special street sufcwaik and l-. .... I. a.wr .
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the board. Joe Alien displaces and the balance t 16 anuMntr I'MInrrruM MN 'Male ctrl' ..... d ..... 4Lh taNvON w. FORMOSA' fellow In ; by rt'M"ipk Tot **" ,"'. tvrwg .
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of Tavenier takes" the +''rstalSrf.MIS- aheh BURMA //kD0 fNINi ( Occupational 7 I oxen | the general reverie IIHHI MM* ...... -
place of W. A. Parrish of Mar- I i $4.117.W in thr' ............. tax fusel ,... tlMd wy trio.e.sdlt.d .
tlwm .OT' Wirephoto Map I There was a decrease in the i! An |llte'noIn, the aynii M vi ..-...- ...... .. ....
Clarence Higgs was reelected to balance between Nov. 1 and 30 of occupation) IHTO** .*.... 4MtM iB etM Msd a .r -..-. aewe.
the commission, and will serve THE SHADED AREA in this map of China shows the territory controlled bv Communist forcesin 520,78318 carried by the City of'I Noveir.Ur iii( $I..H 00 w* .. 1111'I. .... .. ..... .

with Commissioner Chanman Frank Gerald Bentleyand Saun- their civil war with Nationalist government troops. The Communists were reported attacking Key West according to a repast ;, n"u miles northwest of the Nationalist One ropatlO.rwl taxes iIttu the I- toyr
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Monday only Nanking capital. source reported I -
/ ,. A dera.There will be troops of the Nationalist 12th Army Group hav* been wiped out southward of Suksien about US filed today bv Charles :, Rub City Trt"a:.utv was $tMBI Aa itrts Mfr /Mss ..'w .
a special meetingof erts, finance director with City the ....
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miles northwest of Nanking.CONTINUES :
n the board December .
WiiephotorfHNCESft 27
when .
Manager;; Ralph D. bpaldmg; total was $4..19 2* Ivd1 r_ .. Ita. Nw sd
the commission will open bids .. The balance in all fund AI.. tt... ((11. ..... .0 ..
LUCY COTTON --- ------ --- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- was : Fines and fi.rteilwee in'
i t, for the right and privilege of op- 1 I $373,39308:) on Nov. 1. while it'cipal Corm. al-i ........ alt mu- ... .. ..., ..... .... --- .
PMT A VI TCHITCHCniNC !;>' crating a concession at Monroe DRIVE 'ON I Johnson Again was reduced to $3)2; ,:>99.90 on No- credI.U..t iiwmlh >ivt .........i ...-. bw4 wee '''' r
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.. ', Bids will be submitted on a Disbursements ........ ..... w terra .
mmf 94 n r th Mac- during the last year and P.'M'l.M Mtw ,... *A
i r.......* 0....... .....1 at Ml.t I I I early basis each bidder sipu- !I As Navy Captain; month included $17,906.23 from increase of $1 1350%. ..... .. .... .. ......

awl B...'". FU, died at Miami |I I sting willing a monthly to pay for sum the which first he two is VAGRANTS LAST NIGHT 'j. -- --- -- .. : _1./11.........tart. .. ._. .H. a -

....., n 9kt. Poltc Mid I years and an !ncreased monthly \Well Known Here Xmas For Children ; .. -- .. -# -
d..$. .p? t.m\lf was dime anf sum which he H willing to pay 2 Olhrrs I'lrkf-il lip; lit' Party wNl w. -' k 1wrt. _...
........ drooping 1 for the last three years. i ..e*
I _j jI. I FUe Arrfslfil I Some Ruhr Carl A Johnson who left here .. ...... 5N11e/ .
I I several months ago as a coin Of Civilian ...5aid .
1 Sale Of MotorTags \ Navy Employees' aM- .. aa... '
I L'llrlttillrlinsO I Saturday Givruariiijs ;: mander of the U. S. Navy has ..... Ile .... .r .. .
I : I ( I H VesU-nlaj- t 'aclorics. To j I i been named a captain again and 1 1I ..w1rb.. .gI....r ..
Is Children 10 Years i -
I Lagging I is now in the office of the Chief :e'er...... a .-w .
a Patrolman Frank Carballo. carrying U ejismanllel) I ofr Naval I. Or Invited n.u.1t1'n.: : I groat "' run .... wha -.. .
jl Operations Washington Younger
.Sal of 1943 Florida state! persons I ( ) .........d'T .-..-.
ME14t -- > rattoM Utle'"7today. D. C-'"-*" ... ............., ...... ...
Is M Mlaaaat However a.p.a. I Ii motor hind last license tags County is lagging Tax Collector be-. loitering on the streets late I The "..-..... P...., Captain Johnson: came here as Party Will lie Held -.s4 r ... era9war i .,

_*_ _the American! Howard year A Wilson,. reported at night arrested two persons he j! LONDON Dec 14.-foreign 1!I a captain; and was in command of On December 21 t""' ... ...-.....
taseiat.ty g... Mii It had today. charged with vagrancy last night I Secretary Ernest Bevin and the i iI r S 45 'w ... ..... d eei4n..
the USS Howard Gilmore the .
I..l .n. I* iacra. thtjol He said that the only 500 They were Julian Booth, who I J American and French ambassadors !I Seven hundred children of U "' .r.s.4 Nd ae.grs4speamissig .
...... year submarine tender attached at the
$ .
Iaasporta carrying licenses for ,: S. Navy personnel and civilian rags 1iteBei.g ..'
trucks from who held
motorcycles Brooklyn was conference
...P.... I. tit. T0M9 reach'j jft j cars comes a today Key West Naval Station when it r wir.i .. Mrrrrf''NnuwlM
and other motor vehicles about the dismantling of factories' employes of the Key West Naval
arrested at 10 05 at Roose- I
Ing ..... daily .v under : p m. first came here << W.,..
"..II.... .ac .ds: t.000. have been sold. wheieas there velt boulevard and 5th street and in the Ruhr for reparations. I II Station are expected to attend 1-4'd ..-. rne.iwr. e ..
were about 700 sold tO this That Later Captain Johnson was
matter had been
up i proposed I : ..
nrma'i the annual Christmas party for '".. Ili .
time Jean Young who gave a local ho- officer.tu the iS i- Marna -
named executive
a the French several
year ago by c occasions I
KING GCOnCC U .... _. ,
them on Friday morning. Dec aid es 1tItt. '
Wilson advised everyone to tel address who wa allegedly. : but the American and commanding officer of Key .
L8""N-lCi.* Ceo,.* i 24, at 11 o'clock. \-.M r tAgaaswrM1. ..
come in and get his 1943: tag hanging around Duval street I JBiitish representatives had not West Naval Station. While here
I? oaor.*d !... fUtythUd an- All the children of ten years ._ raw. .... .I ,
he entered into the social life of
MvorMTf .. I W bU. tn today H.l. now. Yesterday the five men charged -j I agreed But today they reached I, the and well known to and younger, whose fathers are .1) ... M11. tArr .... s.S'i. .
MMa Mel. wb. h. has btnoonltnod an agreement with the FienchI city was ,...... .....
r* with vagrancy were given I !I the Key West Players, of whichhe attached up at the Naval Station .I ... .
ambassador to" dismantle
Marc. a Mood clot WMriyht I Tnii i lit res hearing in Municipal Court be- I some I member the Fleet Sonar School or its allied m, nail ........
,port was a
of the factories.
/oaad $ his log. to hav j activities, and the AUW r........ wl..... ...... .... .
a ........., uMr with memben At 7iM A-M_ EST fore Acting Judge Tom ----- School will be invited to attend !.d U.. ..... tlarq ..... ..
ol M. ........, and a Uw frUnds.HIM Nil!) Diaz was dismissed with I I Ii The party planned for by tw.. .. ic'.f Il'.ww4 .... .
Station- Temn permission to go; to work for a ILL Cook Transferred( To committees: working;; St'paratrhbut ere, rm.. a ...-

CHAMBERS CASE Atlanta _.__ ___. ._.___ -_ 58 man who appeared in court; De- i in conjunction with each >>tner
NOW YORK-Anothor wltntuWM Augusta __ ____ ._ __ 57 lio Garrido dismissed I Arsenfo will be held outdoors on the
I ..H.d today U. In. HUQh >> Billings -- _- .. 3 : ; i j l\:1\:' To j baseball diamond! according to<> ( :.ripplnl,,( '111MH.rIlM
' ....... ..... H. U UttifylngOMO Birmingham __ 63 Garcia was given a 30 day jSquaiilum( ISS., 1 present plans.

I' b. o l.* f.l v tonJ |lacy. and BiMnark ._ ____- ._ ... _-__ __ 0Iknton i suspended sentence when his All indicatIOns point to a huge TH 'I'eM
M wo s Mid IbM ho U UmiUarMM _____ m_._ __ 39 father promised to keep him off Detached) I routiiti- *.. crowd for the party. It will, tx
H.o a.-wra duclotut. ofooto Buffalo ______.___ __ 29 the street; Elvio Martinez will be ', I mainly a party for the small .
dociMftonU that bad boon I : Balance: Officer and Pilot Training ; children those children the s o .... dr .. ,.
Charleston ____0_ _un_ 57 tried today and Harry W. Allen lIhl1larillt" Urvrllrpuu ut : I as only .,. ,
Officer J I ... -.goes Lai ....
Md ...., pumpkin thoU. Iten of and
a years age younger
Chicago --------- 3j5Corpus was fined $15 or 30 days. He is 'I I ------ ..... .. .
Calif., .
Christi: ; 72 I Siiadr| n; Held lie attended Alameda J have been invited to attend It i is .e cw. a.ra-
L.sKINS roN SPLASH' Denver n --__ ._ ,_-- 25Detroit serving the time. : High School 1 before (>nli<;tin? in j anticipated. from the results ..f '..e- ...... qbPail. .....t.
WAH1N8TON Th House Party' UeeeiitlyUeut theNavy' in a "i
,_ ..._____ _. 27 I II survey among < alt.A.*.... Atti.ltl*. Commit* El Paso _. _u 49 Radar Tracking ... U. S. '! received his (commission as an I Ii civilian personnel that there will .iudlai.41iw.1 km .
d' t Roy. Cook ;, 27 old American b* .
i Ensign at Perth, Australia in year wly w .'Map alpfrlag ..
to boto i be 700 children ,
too WM r.por'ed today I or more present
Ft Worth 71
I 622 Grinnell Slieeel, will be ; I horn San rf ..
.k. lor 'tpUUi* U. tho Navy, i,. June, 19t2.I besides of their was r .* il
n many parents.
lt...-.....n c_ Mfew.'be Jacksonville -. .-. d ._ 70 59:i Hurricane Told I dt'tachclVednc..'day from Anti- ''1 Since 1939 Lieut Cook has.served -I The: program;:; will consist of the and lilt for dead u* ......... nut This. are..... ..
--- I 1 60 months of overseas duty ] a curio shop at Gu.nt in wlm'dtht ....-. .. ...'
.... .. ... conunittoo. vader thoa Kansas City Submaime Development Squadron : singing of Christmas! carols several - MMKO,MB. oapifo. It was l lniMiin *I KE YWEST _-- 41''! "Hurricane Tracked By Navy I 1 (VX-1)) at Boca ChicaI in the Philippines. Java. Australia other brief events and the worked part tun. SH. .. -r pr.IN11d. a. mu 4lY
Moalativc J.1 n and the Admiralties He was I out of Christmas ht. e.lit ...... l1 ti- '
r < that lUpt 73// Radar From Cuba to Ohlivion I passing gifts tall I appeared Saturday nt Many
... toN T........ mamba of lb..asnIl. Key "Airport_ This heading appears over a Field. : a member of the Naval Defenseon by Santa Claus and a corps:: of hour later. .. xch.t found bee iii. .aa .Mira'- ...... .
I Los Angeles -- -- 43 I After spendinthe holidays Bataan the battle of!I .. '.
during e .wu41 M 'ai dh'na
... U undor Indict helpers n
II wno ._ _._ story relating to the hurricaneof I alive but unconscious M a pool
I. Louisville 'n 57 with Mrs. Cook's father W. II. Lobgaskwan; Point in Feb. 1942))I I ....... h..t
.... cnock kickback I Heading the naval committee
iKo c.i.aM1
M last September in All Hands I isI cf blood. Guam authorrtto anal
Meridian ____ _._. 66 .
I Massey in Pensacola. the Cooks and escaped to Soerabaja Java. i Tt. ..
...... will not pu' cipa'. I I Chaplain O E. Sporrer. and head > .a ..4 4
j' the official Bureau of Naval she h. scud
Miami __ 69, been br a gang ....
I ,. .. ..
will to U. S.
.. .....u.... --- proceed Squantum Jass( aboard the submarine S-I i ing the civilian committee Ii s
Iii of mo -I Minneapolis ._ ____.. 17 Personnel Information Bulletins. where Lt. Cook wil report in late Sea Wolf. !!| I cf "..x find"
Mrs. Wilhelmina
iI,t It tells the story of how radar I I Harvey of th'
Memphis I January at the Naval Air Stationfor He was a crew member of the I Industrial Relations Office.
New Orleans __. 66 was rsed in tracking the hurricane |
from Cuba nearly over duty involvin flying only Allied airplane in the air j I Each child will receive a printed LITTlE WHITE HOUSE
riAss DOORS New York ___ou. 43 I As a farewell gesture. Lt. andi during the night; battle of the card which he must t.
present >
I I Not folk .._- --_n 50 Boca Chica bv, the station on i I Mrs. Cook gave a party for the Java Sea on reb 27. 1912 I Santa Claus to receive his or hr RESTAURANT (IteM. .I..
} Oklahoma City _..:: 651 I> Boca Chica officers and wives of their !squad- In addition to having been gift. and these invitational card ,- ......... M.-
1IIU Mv I.I MIIKU: 1.\HI>i Omaha -._ -.. -. 51 --- --- ,: ion last Friday evening at Aero awarded three Air Medals Lt. J!i will be distributed within to:' OCLICKMm CtHTKINBASKET ..T

TELEPHONE III I Pen&acola __ 63 !' palms Officers' Club at the Nasal Cook wears the following ribbons j I next week: or ten days AUK M *. .
..... ... ; PitUbuigh d 41 1st AUDUBONCOLOR I'. Air Station (Seaplane Base), : Navy Good Conduct with !I|{ If you have a child or childitn --
-- -- Roanoke 59 FILM-LECTURE :More than 100) persons! attendedthe three stars. Presidential Unit Citation i| whom you intend to bring n,
'St. Louis .._ 52 party which was thoroughly American Defense with a send to the be
I S.n Ant<,nio "0. high. Schwfl. Fri., ft P.. 1. enjoyed by the guests and! was star, American Area Campaign. I|i iASlatIcPa'III ( have pr'iviJed party th.;n with"unIIL 111'1-i iI <

NOTICEOF r San Francisco; 41Seattle Tickets at Beachcomber; considered:: one of the: best parties (' Area Campaignwith i I cards! or there i nui' U ft"-app" intI
38 SERIES OF 5 ONLY $1.50 ever given within tht :squadron: two stars World War II Vic 1 I ment Attached to VX December Defense SHOPPING
Tallahassee 59 since tory. Philipome ; Philippine DAYS
Tampa 63 --- : I:>. 1916. Lt. Cook served as LiberatIon. and Army Unit [.Iltw.wlwo.a" ; ez49rrrBBrri .
Washington 42, :, Navigation;; Officer Weight and Badge TILL CHRISTMAS

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lr, y.1tir.t QIitirn PRE-CHRISTMAS SPIRIT I Radio Programs t.ITODAVSi .

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r. *atwu'. (M.W.T sad rwwuawr Though'CliirstmaTnnT off,-the" BT ThV e c6 -
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t.. -, Yr Tw_Cltl a*.4.Aaa.IMIBK itr..ts Christmas spirit U already in the air in [ i BIRTHDAY\ :

191p p.'t tl.w.MNra Ktr fiat aa4f Daytime Sum y
I f M. r. lJewatl: Key West. Some l'e5ide) tj.iax\: obtained I Sel.ct.d programs si easy listed beew' 1 BY EMILY NOBLE ill, S'1''+ JII"utIJ N'

,1 Mrr... bt Moe wpl. F'.t4a.' a. I thus matter Christmas trees and sonfe trees have been are day. arsadcast tftrvwgn Frod"at tit".aims Tres.sstrs t.m. Yee. .. -- ......

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Far central tt
g. ....MMwwtM...... aatr..r TMK I"raa AMOTUTED osrl.el.ely PREll..iiti*. to lighted. In the No. 1 fire station where the I tract eM toewr;}K ....%-t... sUM I Chapter! 2! 1 hind. The old woman opened "Do you still remember.. suit SOT, MA AJMrrSMTTH .

.. ._%_ .f *>II ..w. duNttl.! cn41'e4 firemen repair toys for distribution arc two Yours. .. I I tired eyes and smiled at her. Ah it wa sa long ells boa Oat 4 ** .;:
M .fT.. ..**...... rr.dll.d la Ills ptp.r aDd every year I.ORRIE MO-iAHA.'l"S railroad'F i -Go eat. Lotue. I'm aU right I, "I had forgotten Mom but M1

(> M >*.. ww>. .. I14.I... ..!*. among needy children in Key West, DIe 13 THXOUGH SIC 17 I flat was like that of most of her now. Yon've been so good." never forget again I- Manlad" to : 9ktrw'M'rae .. M' .....

.MNlrTIO* HATES the Christmas erected neighbors. The front rom or Lottie bent and kissed her fore- .tell you when w. were atone. gi.'lu.ud .eI .
tree was yesterdayand
.. .$11 M M.ra.g) _.i head.. "All quiet now. Mom. I tell Pat *.. .
ing the I I "You should I'It'. .rp .....' .
.... opened on
Ijf&.t. .. was lighted last night for the first f:-00-Ron.nnooa la :N. T.=Bbo liv-I. The fat face glowed. "You!, would do him gw**. lies fusel *. *
a. Breakfast flubabs1:15Barnyard L and the best bedroom was II i iI ... i .
haven't called Mom in years. and binI
__ .. me much for us. Lottie
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: time this Yuletide.The e0 -\
during .
._ __u___ .21 F ni* like an extension of it to the had to almost die to get it. didn't kith or kin. 1 was wonderta _Me -
spirit of Christmas has a firmer, >:JO Tb. CNrelandaires-.ts. It opened on. an air-shar which I w. 'would become of him -Her I was tita
Bob Poet !
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lb\rNTs l\4 RITES "w-"Ga-"' ; -You mustn't talk like that. lv :
was important the floors of and he had no pUc I .s
).d... Ikera w Appl.calMr. of W<0-Fr.d Raring Sho.-4V4 on top gone i
hold the imagination Americans than
on Music for \.o.-c:hJJf ... the house but on the parlor floor, I Lotties } -mds were deftly gentle nobody to scold at Men. iI .
a"t '.L "orif'R other holiday. Our patriotic fevor :ilOl) Dt-amaM so called little air and even less .fixing the pillow. "In tact, Jou You're net aetaf anywhere I -
( r ...... ..iP.K *.r.* .r thanks r..olrtleps any : .tOJO-Hour of Serlala-at.e light came in that way. Both were mustn't talk. at alL Just rest. Mama and w r't haw to --
..aM.arf _..ltr*% p me. *,.e. Will l>* manifests itself on the Fourth ofJ&V.tut", : Th God!.., Hour ck*; gotten second hand from the front -As if I could rest without you He a*< mat a n* ...
/w .. Ie. r.l..f i* r..ld a Hae Say It witk ) know scold any more ...
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-:0.... '- _'.r'n.e'4 ky chrch from that is. anticipated with. at- room when the dividing curtainswere I talking. When stop you not to get lnBJ riser ..
holiday not ., was pun
....... : *)-Kan KTW Show-ab*, that's the to take me out and .
.gll... a N'- .r S cjt a ha. pushed back. and they usually sign again.. You were tm. s lea *"' ..** elI
... "'Miss., .. C.Aa. and aa.n. .!.Ia.E $1 45-&er.. U hra-cI.: x bury "
an (* tendant cheerfulness, as Christmas.i is. were except when personwas UUI' ... .. r .z
: b. kneeled by
.. welled but
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local orI .
.* a. *ik4 ua>> rt *f wI : AIt.---. Tears Lottie eyes
....... I"t ,5 ., 4,h a.>".7-M. I An entire community responds tq the} I ... dressing. They were pushed and up: cheeks She swore it rattier Touaiavy -. t .
...... h' U.o -W.k>> Tra.ekew-abs back now. even with Mrs. Mona- ran down here. We all wrre." .
-- coming of Christmas. The spirit of the day Kit. Smith Half-H ur-mk* han in bed and sick. Since it was tried to brush them away but the ';;:
u:3.-woras led lJu, W-obe very hot she needed all the air lid woman held her bands. I," ** i Is..... Las/ me
begins to manifest itself two weeks or so I Bill :ilaiec: at i-uaca_"Ga she "Don't: Lottie. Never do \ I lAY I come in .. ...
1GOnaveHalf, Hear Bk could get cry L\ silt voile /flat .... >. Cv.: ....- w ,

before its coming and that manifestationis i 1:1V Happy CMC-mt-* Covered with a broad sheet for that lettin'for little me.Tufly You can come do to more see by us.(I the scrtu- arksss ., the ***** r-r-- .-or. 4 a6lttar

2CIO-O-tJ. or Nothiar-a be modesty's sake she rose like a room. Lottie jmaai' la wsw*c 1C
children that attitude once: in a while"I ,
MEMBER+ @ 194'INPMYDCDITS spontaneous. Among Brcakfsat ta HoUjwood baQu snow-- 'will Mom.
has some exceptions all of which adhere .*a for a Day_tef "\ bed. The bedroom made a small "Ah. promise.hear hoped her mother .ftaa tmzed etai. ;
to say
:3>-S.ri la: for 1H bit-nbe stage as it waiting for a front- igOQd you it Road;.. Ili ...... was lMr't4lfIv'mJw
to the same pattern. That pattern hasj BriO and Groom-aoc room audience. It might have beena it. It'll mean:: so much to PaL looking at tae .. ....- '
+j Tb. Hop Cbt aaa3C Where is that poor man? Is he : *. <
to do with needy children who are fearful I Lartwa. B. Seated- setting for La Tramata with a afraid now I'm feeling better I'll tie faced her .......
heroine no fatter or older than heavily. Her oMen W Red Ecoaoa Sa w-mba be after scoldin' him again for .. A.r.11411

that Santa Claus will forget them. S:>>-Tb. House Pmrty: -ct>* many who essayed the role. The what he can't help?" Jus.. ......B.ajvr* ....... ... D.. ..
FOR KEY WEST I Barn Dane ih.w-mbm lights were set to feature the 14t III P0t4A.
It i is to bring cheer to such children -He's eating. Mom. He and Joe. "You cant sane
4:00-Hint Huat broad couch bed. Somehow it .. .
Qwl>- be Bella eat." sick. She ewit roe 5.75k.> HHW. ( taajawaW 'a __
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN: that the firemen and various organizationsin Second Hoatyawon-abd would have been most ludicrousif is making sure they _
4:30-Don Ame<:lI. Taent-e: it had not been so serious. The woman sighed. "Can't you "I know. Joe seat l.r IIW. 5be ... hit en.d .....

Key West became active to provide toys I !5.0O( -Treasury; Baad cbaKlddtea But it had been serious. All last I get nd of Bella She! means well wants me and-" (t... w1b.. ....... a' ar ,,.

1. Mart Hotel) tad Apartment for children! whose parents are unable to Utcii-Hour abc and\twcat mba rcyU 1 II,.. night it had been a question i I Joe.but she's Why Lke can't a she leech see sticking he don't to -It's a.... She.hM.S I-.....W.. alt r1Ni taae r Its- mu 'a.. ... ....

X Itoarh lad Btainc PiTiUoa.t. I whether the overworked heart: love her' His heart belongs somewhere hate you. Ge away *t Iw .... Ae4. a .
buy them. Some civic bodies to 1 .
Airport Land and Sea. arrange would keep going. This morning ,. else. I know. He can't hideit "But I had to note I /flew dews I l_. ._
give Christmas dinners to needy adults as it had still been touch and go. from I- .
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.. CwaantMitlnsi al Couoty: and __ "- .. .
NETWORK PROGRAMS Now wish night again the woman I "I'm not hungry. rd rather sit "Rosalie1! X* it ,..,a? c... tahf -- ..
Qtf OavcnuMBti.V well as children. was definitely better and really fca.*.. ..*..*> "*1BITaffttaiy
rime if .ut.r" .tj dir Tttitrt.tral here with you Remember when I
Coaaaauait Auditorium.MONOGILiPII The marvel of Christmas aside from standard tuktract ens O...r. frm I resting at last Lottie wa( sitting was so' sick in this same room LotUe thrust. hr out M*. aVM cJ. aX "a
.....t..* sta.idard. ..._tract two with her a much subdued Lottie i .. ie, _
years ago? You made me stay the door .**.... b *ttA** Ii **9t* .... __ ee
religious significance Ls that it. tends to hur Musa.*t Some relay Iee.a t* *>t statrons local acl>*bangs...I... indeed. She had been sent for last here so you could wait on me, rush* to tfc, .> ilt.., Kfuwi I..., IrA. .. II 7 s

lighten the hearts of people generally and Lan .......t. program clangs. ." sae. night and hadn't returned to her., though I'd run away from you. mother was try. to all u*. 9kw i| ...
nt H ,ftCl..ft. > job.Lottie They wanted to take me to the forced her nosily toefc ills QMpulow. I N1iii. .
also brings to many a full realization of touched her mother's forehead hospital but you wouldn't let I ...... 1

the biblical dictum "It Ls more blessed to TUESDAY DIClMlIt .14 with a surprisingly gentle them" (T. ... ......... IwMawal I t I I. I f ai. aw..4am ,

p.rill a 1 artl.f. ..
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give than receive" 5..i.5 ----- -I PSO......... .114 }

e>>t".f ....... f:00-,Xw* P.tport H Uin.ct-.abscazt ttuutuiiuiuuiunuunnimiiinnuuauiniiunnniuninKey !! I!. gram today from Oscar Johnson Your 1 ... Mead 1. tilt t
> Entry; Day- HoroscopeTUESDAY
QIr Buying Christmas Seals is a habit that Network Silent Hour abc-eaat West In secretary to Senator Caude Pepper I / --BEM laVar > ..-s ,... i
Kiddica Hour (repeat-abc westNetwork .
llt... .s...: citizen should continue. Silent (1 br.>- nk.-;*>tKiddiea I ,j stating a project entailing DBCEMMft ItfMal ....... ..+ e w .. "]
every Hour (r.Pto&U-w.' i expenditures of $33.001 had I .... .. .-4......
J Ky WMare eagerly awaiting ..15-Sporti: Music Tlm.Tnbe' Days Gone ByAS i been approved by President J 11948-Todny's Irld nir N.I'I... (vets I*. t41. -i
You and AYlatloa-cN.
... ........** tf the burglary cases and Every individual requires some relaxation '-4* Newscast fcy Tnr_be I j! money Roosevelt will for be Key used West to The : ise well. for a .iawyvr *rI p41 .. -, -- .......... ...., .sirs :

...-.S f wf lite enforcement officers i U ; the trouble is that some people 7.00 LowEll-Supper Thomas Club-abc(repeat basle H)-cb. TAKEN FROM FILES j i Key West streets. WPA Area improve Supervisor I clan There M every. NwSctM. .1'|' 1.. 1tak. too s. ..Ole'ads'

OF THE CITIZEN OF and .. the re. '. I
htigMton Mra
the B. ;
Mist bgwaaLe one to apprehend don't The Bu-'ah Skit-cba Curry Moreno said
know how
to get News ana; CommcBtary; -ab. DECEMBER 14. 1938IIUJUIUIHIlumlHlIWWIJUWW1IIIUIWIWlWW I Dad .... r. >
t tion M .. .. and .. 1n
s01IEMaIm .4H. merit the thanks and Fulton Leafs Jr.-mba | today that 100 men will be put to aggr rjtious. u..t.I .

1:15-News and Comment-aba IWIIJ I work on the project I Well ...... ..........., I
pMIsiMi.f. the public. Jack Smith Show cba
Dally: Comm..tarr-.W; Building permits issued in Key I succeed will eona* in verytlua. ASTHMA

TilE ORACLE Owner Datambs7:30Smoothles 'West last week amounted to : R E. Freeman. who is in except poawWy ik. .......< tA

Hou e Un-American activities! Bob Crosby Club Trio--cba nbe,- $24,034 Building Inspector HarryM. charge of activities. on Trumbo I. friends. ........... !

Music Rclazia Time aW Baker announced today. i Island arrived in Key West today roe .e. .

I committee has come up with another sensation News Comment-mbd He is making the rounds of raised to haw a' ::; : -t:

FRANCO COUNTS ON U. S. AID asserting that a "bunch of microfilms 7743-News News Broadca Comment-nb.: w cb. .-,.- x "Charter boat fishing has pickedup 1 the city with County Commis- i Christmas Theo m Ky W4.I ./. : .

Sports Comment-mb* in Key West since the appear- I stoner Cleveland Niles. -- 0- .9
found in a hollow pumpkin on a 1.00: -This Is Tour Life nfto ance in local waters of I :
kingfish ;
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The CiMve
I'w lIIIfRe. reason, 'which so far escapes Maryland farm." offers proof that national Mystery Youth ;Asks Theater. GOYenuDAabcC.o. Ray-cb and mackereL |I The Key West Drama Club will I'I editorial Today pir-ijriifai; my* m a* -.--. ... ..

..a ti1I.S kite number of Americans who security information was "fed out" of OUaaloa Snow-mb. { present three plays in the Harris I II i i "Santa Claw MS.I-II MMM. IM j, ... ::-s.-::=
':15Br0a4 aat-ak .. ..
Mrs Ella Collins 526 Simonton .
tlMr about closer relation school auditorium ... ..
-1t.s/ = $4b bring the State Department I on. Friday now getting w. -. ses i
to a Communist. I:30-Dat. with, Ju4ei.eMr. street, broke her arm at the night for the fund that is being I day" e ::= r 'w.-:-= &
.. ...h Franco Spain. The suggestion is and Mrs.I North-cb: cry .all ''
agent. America's Town M.tll>i_.' Stone Church Annex yesterday. -- ---- _-
... ..IIM .to. the event of trouble with Before becoming excited the reader DetectiT: Drama-mba She had a bowl of salad in one i 1
':! -Hy: Garden Says-mba r rI
.... the United State will needHnn4mii hand, which she was to serve at
should understand that the allegation t:00-Bob Hop Sbow-Bbo I 4 w
relates We the People. Guest-cbGabriel : the conference luncheon in the f

... Franco on its tide.t to the year 1938 and that tbe.,tyca- Heatter. Commtnt t.l annex, when she slipped and 1 1r
'.IS-News Broadcast-mbst It
+. Pinion U general that the t
tion of the films climaxed '
a ten-year JO-Fibber and Uolly-nboLUe

....... i Y baaing hi policy onwWiMiQKatthe search by'tJ. S. secret agents. The films r-tCm Luisi--U Ac>* felLA trailer park will be open on I

United States will beta Lou Wolf Pram*-mb
Trumbo on December 23 T. E.
brought ,
; were to light by testimony in a :45-Detroit Symphony-abe

a_ aM h4fli. This means, of course, I suit brought by Alger Hiss against Whit- 3:55-News:! for 5 Minuteamts10:00Big Price attorney for the owner I

I.. u-gldpm.4st aid retraining of the Town Drama-Dbo Sam Anderson informed The
3 I taker Chambers and heretofore the government Hit the Jackpot-cb Citizen today. 1 o
.....hh. Army .but even so. it U doubtful served Amuk&aummba; 1I bI
a subpoena on Chambers 16.3O People Ar. Funny-ab* I
M. Mae4t value itch a force would be in who delivered M. Amsterdam Show: -cba Two Hundred l ninety-six persona -
: the films which had beenin Let Freedom Rms-abc took the tuberculosis tests
.. ..... .4 a. e tR flict.W his Dane Orchestra: -mt
possession.Mr. 45 Serenadeabs11:00News yesterday at the Monroe County
10: -
.>Miuld I not overlook the fact that Health Clinic.
Variety. 2 hrs bsNews
formerly connected with I
1' 1 .* ps.-M (Government in Spain is a the State Department has been named by News. and Dane Pane Band Band 2 hrs--abc mb. The Citizen

1 11 IS- .& Variety to 1-nU. received a tele- I
P..C iMt4r.hip and that Spain is a Chambers : News
as one of the Soviet agents. 12.00-Daucits C"nlmu.4-abc.wu&
..... ...4IMrtator.. Admittedly General Franco I l
Hiss sued Chambers for libel and the testimony LEGALS t

I It l. Ml fasrtral .f the country and while which resulted in the discovery SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN i

4u.LLs t...mfou they are much fewer"! \OTUK \I>FH FMTITIOI
was being taken in connection with the 1MK: "T\TI IKNOTK'K
... lily ..... some years ago. At no LEGALS |-J IIFHEIII&X that
lawsuit. the uudtrsi. : n..d. desiring, ,.. pnxaKIn ;> J
.... tit* Dictator made an effort to l uaiiieui. under the fHIti-- 1
The publicity given the discovery by \ o T I4' f: name ..f '.:r..n Turtle Inn:' Ini -. .
*Ik r Ka. g*%'ernment or to give the the TO U'iliiM: IT 11.'X''.';RX: ra committee indicates that in the opin- The und..nlorn..d; ba .nmpletedarrangrments !said fi<'titinu!> name with. the clerk
CI4L af ipain the bk freedoms which ion of the : for acquiring the of th. Circuit Court of Monr 3r
officials, at least, the films are huaness known a.. the "hun and Count Florida.I'at \
r ...a ......". are r{ n idered essential. of tremendous hand (Club" lasted l at the font of ..d November 12, 1>4S. ,
importance. Press releasesuse !Simontontr' ...-t, Key Rest. Fler- 1IP.3.1.. It. sll'BRil-s.
!. rammttnn with consideration of such ul... fr..m tkr previous op"ratvm of Sole! I.w ncr
terms as "startling and signifi- thtbuninrxa.. Arthur Itich-; nov.23-3*.dM. i-U.I..f I -
tsar ..&1,..t\I6t.\ with the Dictator-con-
cant most extensive a..d.k... bin ..if.-. Lucy: InoiM ->
espionage rings in
.rwal ..... .. Moat weigh the effect of l.ska. and Frank N Lrxcrr. I'n- l\ Tin fill( I IT tilt HT (IF* TIIF.ELFtItTl1
drr thf Kill of Sal. the l IK
the history of the United States "too 'hot'to >U4in fts : : JI1111II.tlltl'IIrI .
j tYe1I. a psltlrp a* the Western democracies i to 10. turned or to me free an"d..r'l.r ,'\U H.K """U"I: "UI \TTTi \ #
bring out in public etc. all lHnor encumbrances .
UlMORHl% ltlllN-
111 ....... Tfc r* would be widespread relttwrralL and. although the rollers Sacs omplifd ( .:an. Il
with. the ilulk Sale Art. I
I .b W.*4ern Europe if the ...> not a.. a M eweomer in the' Uuli I mnr N"..<.nar. - People who fight should wish i In.' anIllwill. P 9
change to ur .
revert .. .Y
\ imoiK: \ITIOintiff \ I
Uul .d NI.... ......1 I to a rapproachement l>) precluding ant Ififlllnule drirtsof '":_ V
to the stone age and try out the living ih- l.u.iino" rather than of thexlltTs .\ FVrrara f..nar ..l. ...... I "Mft' regime. personally that through or standard of that day. siaht or ignoranomiitht not hate .
... .Ilia .. : U. 1'1IlLIl'tTluTO \ tc
IKt the Spaniards can add bn mntioB lith > ll r;* in : r I
t..*ir affidavit of tn ...inIC. Ant..inelte ,'.. I
Krrrara .nard.I
4t1K sMtryeil. Iw the democracies In the 1\'hile! thr pur. baMprl.r It. Mill inrwrow Ckmtnut .

..... r/ shu dnwn with S FLEE FROM COMMUNISMErnst will all \..r..n.. therefore.. n..wl.jnk.Stattn Avenue t 1 6
a >* Communist! .. who haan\ lsitiinatlaim !' l,lan.'. New Y"rk. I
...... .rrn4.. axain-t; the l hutness known a" the \.u are hereby required to appear 1 \ qi
r a Mere absurd U the idea -Sun and Sand ('Iul," present them
Thape German Socialist and to the Hill f "mplat t for i r1t
Mrr.. ..... t.. buy the goodwill of dafrom me Jl the the< lul IM-I within ten I1.t of l'i\.>r-'<- In the ahwvrtlr. . Minister of Education in one of the states publi'at.on on the :;tb daof iM-icmlM-r. A. l I'
Nlrita m .*..*, hi "have Spain on our side this a.U.eKFLT'. .. t;. !SKXVARP' 1'4". otherwise, the ullfic. tintherein !
under Russian domination has l .
fled to the 1&ill be taken as onffstUThis
-... The fact .1'! M.II.I34t. order I.. l ) I
-a--- is, Spain has noto >e published safety of Western Germany, declaringthat week. f.>r four consecutive weeks In
...... ta> g. and the Franco regime I'\ Tin < I IK"I IT fill HT OF Tin The Key \\-.-.., Citixrn. a newspaper
it is much less dangerous in the East- 1\: : .:'\TII Jilt Kill. (IH<"I IT published in Krevt. FI..n Ltl t
..... afraid of a Communist in- OF Tin TTK: OF ..,nr and nrdr this :JJn-l! day There'll be a Line"
ern zone "to have been active Nazi"than .' "Waiting
an l\ ''''U ''K MUNHUK .r \.en ler n" 114X
.>...t. ..... H.4 bly any other country .'\ t'ii'1'EIll. 'I.UHIU"I (.SIU.i: / IJ:. ix>. "' >> \U'\ t:1:K:.
to display interest in socialist ... .. '.
any ( v \ 11-tUJ. I1.'l.! .f rb. "r' nit i .urt
... ...... r \l. sir., '. .n,,:.. I
policy, which, we point out, should be dis- Plaintiff }h h" ,,,.
vx. DliOHtKHE.NR'l '. .' r h on Long Distance
1f tinguished from the Socialist Unity, or J.\ JF.R TII'1; t. 11l:? tu
t \ HOW DID HE DO IT? Communist Party. s.. ,

S _ OF P' BLir'TIO'I '\ t. I.y..
The German official is one of a number I Trt-
.Awls N.. CKy ftf N'ew York hoary Jarups.
comes in- who have fled from the Communist tteeidencc; I'nkniun.Tt \Ve expect the bigge rush of ota.
/n.w llws .f "divorce mill It hrrrt\ urdrrfd that You ir r .ac/e
and the regime. lie points out that just to! be sus- required tu appear on the IZth.o i
.sIltM t1t ee witness admitted of Januar. 1541!, the aboveentitled <; 4 telephone calls we've ever M4 tttl.e elM'
pected of a 1.
being a Socialist is sufficient Court to the Bill of Complaint -
"'AOrt.tit In hundreds filed against >ou in the above
p.erjt of divorce reason for arrest by the Soviet Secret Po I entitled cause and the Key \I r,' Even with every circuit and t'W I"" .
J .. .. .
-. M Ik* past four years." Citizen is hereby designated; av thenewspaper hrt s.7 espnisa. llttife

This stadt ta an interesting upeculaw -. lice. bv .publii>hd In which once a this week.<;irderhal'for tour ALL VITAMINS :; ice. there may be delays.To .
While the flight of German officials consecutive wevkx1tneis I .... *> it fMMftible for a single wit- \\ the Honorable AquiimoLopez. i knows to be u from Russian control is interesting, one Jr., as One of the Judges or awtriooa. plat lira tad iroa. ) -_ avoid the ruth vtfcy, RX ...
I. ........, (Mt hundreds of divorce 1 should this Court and the Seal of tbi ,.. ....
remember that only a very few Court in the City of Key \.t, Ire $2.59 i e..o before
.4r. ......... ar( .4ng the suspicion of are able to escape and, consequently, the Monroe Counts Florida this Iltb ".'. $7.95 .- C/jr/srma Eve w a9giq C'IEItt/far# ... p
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I Large store, 218 Simonton 35x60. .I Small hotel in downtown Key
Reasonable. Phone 682 ask for West Fla. contains 8 large Waterfront home. 2 bedruun 2
(iP) Wirephoto Hy. dec2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two baths furnished. Must be oM

apartments. All in perfect at once. Cheap. Owner IMS
by FOR RENTAPARTMENTSFurnished condition. .
Large lot and good; White Street dee* tf
a series of explosions in the power plant of the Kansas Power and Light Company at Tecumseh money maker. Must disposeon

_.r Topeka. They are trying to comfort each other while rescue workers search through- the 2 %-room apartment. account of health. Box 532 Two furnished horses .....w.
wreckage for dead and injured. Eight men were killed and 17 were hurt. Utilities furpis d. $25.00 week. Key West Florida. location. Write owner floe

.. ly. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 duel-tf XY c/o Citizen. decHMOU
-III- -----A
Windsor Lane. decl-tf

Modern furnished efficiency and
p bedroom apartments. Yearly or Pontiac, 1934 good condition. White enamel. $2.75. Outttoewhite
i CRtAMERYI ?ti season rentaL Pine Plaza Can be seen at Overseas Mar- paint $2.75 end $3.74 per
1301' Truman Ave. .nov30-tf ket Tel 419. dec8-6t gallon up. 50-ft 4s" garden

hose $3.95. Doherty & Co. $**
Apartments, Electric kitchen. 1937 Buick sedan. Call 705-JI I Olivia. Phone 1597.: devl-U

4a Per day or season. 909 Elizabeth -! after 5 P.M. doc 11-31 I
Street dec6-tf .
Bundles of old nrwFpaprr* lit I.i
I 1948 Buick convertible Roadmaster i ent each bundle. Inquire at

Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and., private owner. Phone ." Citizen Office. nodO-1I e
bath. Maid and janitor services -! 123-W. dccll-3t
linens and utilities fur I I Christmas lite spcri. Name

nished. Coral Hotel Apart- 1936 Buick, fair shape, and 19401! bubble lite $3.00; General.
ments, opposite Past Office. I Chrysler club coupe. Very clean.I, Electric series ht.... $1 H; Independent -
dec7-21t Fluid and overdrive. 240-C burning inAwMk
I Poinciana, TeL 1050-J. j!I $2.39; outdon. $2.79. liar (""i

Unfurnished a partment, living. dec4-3txl. Craig. 1019 White. decl3.64*

room, bedroom, tile bath and
tl I Is kitchen $36.00 per month. year : One child's high chaw goal ......
round. Just vacated. 709 Em- MARINE MOTORS $5.00. 1920 FfagheAve"
ma Street, Phone 432-W, or i TeL 778 or 12: -J of et

s. 168. dec4-3t Gray marine engines and service.C. .! 5:30 P.M. dertl-c

R. Smith, opposite Firestone !
White rubber wringer r.(4. to
FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Station Marathon. decl-lmo
I I all washers. Phone 1164-M.
:) Hotel, low rates. Coffee '
Good fishing boat 34' x 9V!%
r I shop, bar. decl-Imo beam. Priced for immediate)I CHRISTMAS CANDLESi
e I '
sale. Phone 160. dcc3-3t Masterpieces of handi-rraft awl

I I FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND I color; for holiday cheer and
ROOMS 19.8 h.p. Johnson Sea Horse gift

} board motor. 14' 'outI'I' CAROLINE SHOP un Ann St
The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming boat. Call 452-J. I dee13.34Designs
Street, has an efficiency apt.

'Wirephoto I and several sleeping rooms va I for letterhead.
Marine plywood boat 9 fU, excellent -| meat
CLERKS IN THIS CHICAGO MEAT AND DAIRY MARKET hare their hands lull serving rush cant. Low weekly or monthly condition, $ j.OO. 461' cards personal stationery dt*.
.I customers which filled store to butte I < rates. dec7tfFOR tinctivr signs for hom* und
purchase the proprietor, Walter Meder, is selling for 39 1 Rest Beach. dec4-6tx
cent per pound. Meder says he decided he could take a loss on butter profits because it buildsup j businesses. Marshall Studio in

good will and the customers stay to buy other items in the store. He says he cut the butter RENTAPARTMENTSAND I FOR SALE-GIFTS Telegraph Lane. .
price when business fell off because of high prices. MOTELS I -' d<<&.-1. M.St
--- Casa Roma Courts, Roosevelt We have many for you. Have, FOR SALE-PROMISSAHY-
Boulevard and Flagler. Now I NOTES
Monroe you seen the new ovenware
Theatre French Students I Almost( Rut open. Spacious grounds, priv- and Luxembourg coffee mak-I
ate swimming pool Apply on I ers? The French porcelain Notes (Promissory). Ic each. Art.
7o Mttkv Major premises. dec8-6tx( bells? man Press, Citizen BMg. Phone
May Go To IndiaNEW Not Quite CAROLINE SHOP. on Ann St I 51. ug2-tf

/fti/init't'ifiefifo' FOR RENTROOMSRooms I We Wrap for Mailing

DELHI-<;p-The gov- EAST ORANGE, N. J.-While decI4-3t FOR SALE-MERCHANDISE._ ____
Y::r." .i Carbonell, manager of ernment of India has decided to trying to sneak into Ashland and light housekeepingrooms 1 '' h
I i Stadium $5 to $15 per week. 411 FOR SALE-BUSINESS PLACES HOME DECORATORSWe
ttlt! M cnroe theatre, today an- award nine to see his favorite team tl4ut"k.
fellowships to French have increased our
William Street nov27-26tx !
I. -. : that the Monroe theatre I!. play a football game, Ronald ;
;:: i graduates giving a wide selection *C
for research
work and you
for sale.
; Baldwin, 12 climbed a' 10-foot Motorcycle Shop Apply
c .1 C,> I c J for five days dur- fabrics for Slip Cover. Up-
teaching in Indian I wall .132 Simonton. Phone 287. I
'Il Universities and losing his footing took I Rooms for rent Cheap. Phone II ..
1:; e: -r t : t ::-voted with new concrete j said that this has been done witha used his night stick as a temporary I, I of the newest tt" *
f: sr..t hioned chairs. ; view to strengthen the cultural I splint for the boy's broken : FOR RENT-HOUSES t FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD ccptiorul value trim $l& up.

(._: ,;::::t:i) Said that this is only bonds between India and France, right arm and Ronald was taken I FURNITURE fc APPLIANCES I CAROLINE SHOPon
c-: r.:.: j t the work and that and in response to the interest ;j to a hospital. lie missed seeing. Completely furnished one-bed- Ann Street decH-tf
ct c-:ipljti'in of contemplated shown by the French govern- I his team win the game. General Electric washing ma-
i house for season. Apply
t- ; ",. .cn & the Monroe thea- ment in cultivating the study of | chine. $-10.00. Phone 1164-M. jj FOR SALE-REAL
914 Packer Street (rear) I
t. .' r..1 be equivalent in apI I Indian languages and lectures I LOST : dcc3-3tx t j decll-7tj 1
1 r :::::::) and modern design to among the French people. The i I Stock Island over 400 ft icon.

C:.' t-e: : in the tate. I i if value of the Indian fellowshipshas Lady's black purse, near South- For Rent-Season, two-bedroom! Household effects. Living room I' front Bargain. Mu l be CH MM
i i'I"y been fixed at $150 per monthfor 'I' ard and Duval, Saturday eve- house furnished. Excellent lo!i dining room and bedroom I at once. Mr. Kitty, tfF
"f/ To Wed j j1o two years, plus the cost of ning. Reward. Phone 1591-M. cation. Call 667-J. dccl4-tf t suites. Six months old. Excellent -I zen. second class return passage to dcc4-2tx condition. Phone 382-W.:
I Ic France. I decl3-6tx'
:;t.i: t1lJf1. for marriage liVre FOR RENT-COTTAGES d'
: : } *- filed yesterday in '
TODAY IN IIISTOKY SUPPLIES Lovely davenport that makes into '
r.: : ;" ) .1' County Judge Rav- |j Small efficiency cottage. Couple
'Ii Sf3iGiT10.1i111
.--"-d R Lord by Frederic L. : (Know America) I only. Utilities furnished. $18.00 I bed, plus upholstered chair' ; mrlt&y G11
_. Two Persian kittens. i to match. Odds and ends. Call
Pedigree j
W T .j Io\hu lives at Greene j 1799-Died-at per week. 800 Simonton. Phone
Vernon,I papers may be had. One dec14-3tx:i 1043-R. dec3-3tx III | 1 1He.dquorten
cJ F fl' .treets and Mary Pakc aged 67, 444.
George Washington, and black.
c-:: f.1lI" 25 of 515 Angela orange one Key
,, -_ father of his country. I West Garden & Lawn Supply RENTBOATSSam II j FOR SALE-BICYCLES i i ii
: A ciij Frederick: Rochj j of Ghent FOR I 1t
c'".' ;., ,t 67 Ann street and second with England. News I 914 Fleming, Phone 1019. i AND TRICYCLES a
war ,
t- ) iw"f.-t:: KImball. 41, ofi not here till February .nd fighting decl4-tf Lowe's Boat Rental Service. I -Boy's---20" bicycle Irish mail I t
: C-::' New Mercury outboard motors
till then.1819Alabama
goes on WANTED and small tricycle, all used. Phono!
and plywood
admitted to I i
Statehood. rowboats. Visit Stock Island Naval Base Ext. 8237. I'I |
Want you to share with less fort- dec3-3tj
today and fish worries' j
1889-The American Academy your l
unate at Xmas. Phone 637
ot Political and Social Sciences I (Stell's Beauty Nook) for BPW away. declO-6tx I 128" bicycle, newly painted. $23.00.: j +LKU11iWIMSIWI I
member to pick ponationi I Whitney Stecr-O-Matic wicket j
1910-Andrew Carnegie founds I up? FOR RENT-BUSINESS I for Distacftv*
for dcc4-15-17-20-4l type stroller. $10.00. Apt. 45- 1 j
i poor. I
Peace Fund with ten million I I PLACES I Poinciana. dcc4-3tx. Halbnark\ Chrbtmat Cerise I
dollars. I
iT F-. 1 I I 1911-Ronald Amundsen of I PERSONAL Large stole corner Truman': I t
f lf, Norway first to reach the South 1---- Avenue and White Street. Excellent -'j i! Lady's 26" buvcUGood mndi The Hobby Shop
i 1320-A Si
Pole Bt-rtha llt"'I" Chase Yoga readings I location. Call owner.I tion. $15. Seminal v
daily. 1 to 9 P.M.Trailer Phone 862-R. dc..I-I-Jb 1105 TRUMAN AVCNUGFor .
1933-10 children die and 30IOJUI'ed 88-J. dec4-5tx -
I from bus in Mara i
across stop
in Florida school bus i!
disaster. thon. Ucl4-6tx HELP WANTED-FEMALE

1942-Allies attack Jap stronghold I
of Buna. New Zealand. BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES Experienced girl [or uniform al QUALITY FLOORS, I/\H

1943-American planes bomb I terations. Apply 419 Southard. ;
n the cnclny airfields in Grecitx I, Books Books Books dec9-6tx!I Inlaid Linoleum I
Art Supplies Art Supplies
19-1-1-U. S. Coast Guard wipesout
Gcnflan expedition in Greenland Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eaton I Waitresses. Experienced. Tray ,
attempting to establish a I I dc-c2-tucs-thurs-sat-lmox service and arm service. See.
weather station near the North Mrs. Mills, La Concha Hotel. !
Pole j REPAIRS-RADIOS _I decl33tMISCELLANEOUS Asphalt Tile j
1945--Joseph Kramer, "the
beast ot Belsen," three women i i Radio repairs while-U-wait. Low
guards and seven other Nazis;! standard; prices by catalog. 14 I i New Colon and Patterns for Erery Kttont i

hanged in Germany. I years radio experience in man- Picture framing, pictures framed II j in the Haute I
1946-UN adopts a world dis- ufacturing plants. 1116 White. and matted. DiNegro's, 614; I
armament resolution. 1; head Street. nov30-2Stx I Francis, Phone 1197.M.i SINK COVERING OUR SI'KCIAI.TYyig : II

1947-Soviet Russia devaluates' dec4-23tx I II
the ruble in fight on inflation. 'I j REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONI yig- ESTIMATES EQ I

DON7 BE A CARELESS GIVER i!j I Russian priests converted the Immediate service, domestic or, STORAGE); I Key West Floor Covering Co. ;

Spend some thought on Aleut Indians of Alaska to the commerciaL Holbrook Refrig-I Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture I

gift solution,. Maybe Grandpa 1 Greek Church whtu. they came I eration Service, Phone 724W. or commercial. Phone 798. I Ia. 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stub PHONE I4S4
doe.n' WANT a_ties there in 1793. decl4-fitx: dccl-tfi

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SOCIETY NEWS Tonight Of "Follies Of 1949"It I .;: :

By NIRA LESLIE GULEY I has been announced that The Follies," under the

Phones The Citizen Office-51 there will be a full dress rehearsal sorship of the Key West spon-I
Res1denc -$29-XJ tonight of the "Follies of Woman's Club will '
1949". at 7:15 o'clock at the High opening night tomorrow. at the y
IIIIJIIIIIUlllllJlllUUlIlIlIIII1IlUlUUUUlIUlIlIlIumlUUUIWI UlllWWlWllUllIWlIIUlllllllnllqlllllllllW School. High School and reservations are I'

l.'irt"frlll"boll Screen Tour The director requests that all Still being taken today It will |.
Society members of the cast be presentat also be possible to purchase tickets -
this dress rehearsal. at the door tomorrow night. ,
. To lie Shown At School
High Friday __ _n --- 11

Afternoon* Children#; Adults.I Evening C" ChristeningCeremony NtivyJPives.

Roger Tory Peterson who inspiration. His latest book, Held To Bowl
opens the Audubon SocietyScreen BIRDS OVER AMERICA, just

Tour Series at Key West released is a current best-seller. Last
Roger Tory Peterson's talk to Night TonightNavy
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& next Friday night, .
school students at two in the aft-
fwrtfo no introduction to bird or ernoon and to adults at eight on Terry Lee Villareal infant son Wives will bowl tonight,

nature lovers it was stated today Friday night will be highlightedby of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Villareal. when the two teams ot the Naval

by a representative of the natural color motion pictures Jr. of 1301 Petronia Street was Station, the Blue Demons and
Monnie County Audubon Society I taken by himself. He will unfold christened last night at the homeof the Keglers will meet teams Nos. I
who u the Screen before interested audience s
sponsoring an the
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 1 and 2 at Boca Chica at 730
Tours I
under the leadership ofGf'Urgl' discussion of the age-old and always -
C. W. Pinder, 1309 Petronia
Mills White Vice-Presi- fascinating riddle of migration o'clock.
dent and chairman of the Screen I Street. The Blue Demons team consists -

Tour Committee. i The local Audubon Society, as Only members of the immediate of the Mesdames Gravat.

Peterson is well known not stated today by its President families were present at the Blais, Team Captain Reynolds,
only for his Eastern and Western Stuart S Whiting, is proud to e yfi W_ irJ
I christening, at which the Rev. Des Armiers and Wood
field guides but for his famous bring to Mr.
Key West Peterson! HENRY JULIAN WADLEIGH. former State .
bird paintings which adorn the and his vivid discussion of a topic Weaver of Ley Memorial Church The Keglers are the Mesdames ploy. shows Departmeat ..
I I varying emotions In
walls of many homes and schools which has been a matter of speculation officiated. Tucker, Team Captain Holmes, of testifying at the Ceouauaiat
probe the
all over the country. His splendid I and investigation since I, Godparents of the child are Herron and Maclean. spy House Un-American Activate Committee Im
illustrations and excellent Team 1 comprises the Mes- Washington. He refuesd to answer many questions ea coatea
action ancient times. Bird migration is Mrs. G. P. Tedder *
her Julius
II' son,
tion that his
photographs of birds have become mentioned in the Old Testamentand dames Cross, Team Captain testimony might Incriminate him. Wadlelgh Mi
authorities in this field of in the Iliad of Homer. The' Tedder and William Pinder. Fol- Campbell Bowman, Irvin and heeD accused by Whitlaker Chamber. confessed Red ag..(. ..
lowing the
nature study and he has lectured Greek philosopher, Aristotle, refreshments christening ceremony, Peeples. providing secret State Department. papers for the ComMttaiM
before many distinguished audi- I knew something about it. Even were served. Team 2 consists of Mesdames underground.

rncvs. The local Society on itS after centuries of study, and al- Peterson, Shuman.. 'Orr, Team _
field trips under the direction of I i though some gains have: been Organ RecitalAt Captain Webb and rchaffer.

Mrs. Frances Hames, considers I!|, made, bird migration still remains TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I .
Peterson's Bird Guides to be somewhat of St.
as a mystery, a Paul's TwentyEightPassengers
much a pal t of standard equipment I I I riddle which grips man's imagination (Know America) 4-.

as a pair of binoculars.Mr. | and makes him want to Monday NightThe Mrs. Margaret Chase Smith. -
Peters, a native ofJamt'Stown know more about the marvelous U. S. Senatorelectfrom Maine,
New York, received !'!;,I ability of birds to pick up and go second in a series of organ country's first Republican woman !
his inspiration to study nature i'I with the changing seasons. concerts will be played by Chas. To Havana senator, born in Skohegan,
through joining a Junior Audu- )I Memberships to the Screen R. Roberts, organist at St. Paul's Maine, 50 years ago.
bon Club organized by a science |i, Tour Club, good for all five Episcopal Church on Monday Passengers Aerovias to Cuba yesterdayvia Jane Cowl, famed actress, born NOW Anncrs rallllnimtli
teacher in the public school and I events this season, may be had evening, Dec 20, beginning at 8 Juan Hernandez"Q" plane. were: in Boston, 64 years ago.
interestingly, since that time has from Reyes, (
members of the local Audubon p. m
William E. Levis
Florencio Reyes, Goldie Westfall, chairmen of
written the
very leaflets and Society as indicated by A high light of
an the
organ re- Owens-Illinois
I Alta Hartley, Elwood Glass Co.
folders from ,
which he gained his advertisement
in today's Citizen. cital will be
Christmas Toledo
Edith Dyson Heather pylon, born in Alton, Ill 581
---- ----- -- Story in Tonal Colors" .
--- arranged Edith
1 Bergey Eva Tucker Her- years ago.Deane
Xmas Parties Luncheons by the organist and presenting man Kuhn, Noble Choomaker, Keller, eminent Yale I
Programs, I the Christmas.favorite carols and hymns at Marell M. Choomaker, Harold artist-teacher, born in New Ha- YEAR OF 1EAfTY1Ct

I Plays And Santa At Division St. School nounced The entire later.Calelldar program. will be an- Catey White,, John Robert Santillo Bergstrom, John, Claude D'An- ven John, 47 Cowles years ago.publisher of the t I S

This Week P.-T. A. I' drea, Edward Santillo. Minneapolis Star-Tribune, bornin '
; Meeting Tonight Victoria Fisher Nora Alonzo, Algona, Iowa, 50 years ago. l /ii .
Of Enrique Vails, Joseph Lombardo
The Christmas spirit will with luncheons Julia Roger W. Strauss of New York,
pre- season parties, or Lombardo. Fred Brengel

dominate throughout the rest of I programs in the individual Coming Events I Joan Brengel, Myrtle Saules, &hairman! Refining of, born American in New Smelting York, r:=
the week at the Division Street Jimmy Saules.
Through the financial assist- TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14th- I ; years ago. \ SWP HOUSE PAINT
Elementary School, but some of I Lieut. Qen. James H. DoolUtlet
ance of the PT-A and donations Dress Rehearsal, "Follies of turf urm nM In.
the pupils and teachers will take t by parents, each class will have of New York, retired, war hero, t color.
1949", 7:15 P.M, at Key West The Weather Whiles are "hieer...
time out for other activities. l its own Christmas tree, decorated High School. Entire cast requested Shell Union Oil official born in' more beautiful! hews ate
Tonight the teachers,.will meet i by the pupils and teacher. Under to be present by director I Alameda Calif., 52 years ago. thickness with tmoothef
with members and friends of the i the tree will be placed gifts to FORECAST Phelps H. Adams, chief of the I gloMM urfce.SWP keep*
Parent. Teachers Association. | be exchanged among the students: Meeting, Division Street Elementary I l Key West and Vicinity: Continued Washington Bureau of the N. Y. fu -freshly pe-mee** lew*
: Features of the meeting will be and by the pupils and teacher School Parent--!I fair and wan\ thru Wed. Sun, born in Boston, 46 years I j one jer loaf tf

a Christmas play and the show- i Later, they will sit down {o pr- Teachers Association 7:45 ne day. Gentle .Jtfl; .,moderate ago __ I tbsabefo retThompson
ing of a cancer film. The play I take of a Christmas luncheon or PM.. Upstairs Auditorium. I southeasterly winds. Admiral Albert G. Noble, chief I
will be staged by Mrs. Stuart S. participate in programs or parties Rehearsal. "The Messiah," Key Florida: Fair and continued' of the Navy*Bureau .of Ordnance -> Enterprises Inc.
Whiting's fourth grade class and West Community Singers. : warm thru Wednesday. born Preston, Tex., 531 Hardware Divlslea
Dr. J. Lancelot Lester, Jr., will I Santa will arrive some time 730 PM, First Methodist Jacksonville thru the Florida years ago. ,I A Phone IM
give a short talk on cancer in I Friday morning. As is usual at Straits and East Gulf ..
(Stone) Church. : 'Light to King George VI. of England -
(connection with the showing of Christmas time each the ) llfl
J year moderate variable wind thru J'I.I}
Meeting and Christmas Party, born 53 years ago. I H ; II m '
the film. jolly old fellow will each
present Wednesday, mostly southeast to
Women of the Church, First .
Mrs. C. Sam B. -- -- -- .
Curry, president j pupil with a gift of candy. Presbyterian Church, 8 east in south portion.No -
all members to be I I the p.m,
requests During morning session of at home of Mrs. W. II. Bell, small craft or storm warn-
present tonight at the last session school, a film appropriate to the
I' 1509 George Street. ings have been issued.
of the group for 1948 I. Christmas season may be shownj
Upstairs classes of the school I j to the student body. DECEMBER 15- REPORT
I Meeting, Key West Business Key We t. Fla. Dec. 14, 1948
will assemble in the auditorium St. Nick will also visit the pupils The Perfect Gift
Thursday morning to witness a r at Reynolds School where and Professional Women'Club (Observation taken at City Office,
Christmas play and pageant. The first grades of the Division 8:00 P.M., Woman's 8:30 a.nx, EST)
play, "Fir Tree," and the Christmas Street School hold classes. Therehe Clubhouse on Duval Street. Temperatures and the
pageant, will be put on by will distribute candy gifts to Opening Night "Follies of Highest yesterday _:._ n 82
the combined 6B classes of Mrs. the little tots and listen to their 1949," Sponsored by Junior Lowest last night ___-----._r__ 74
Florence Mullinax and Mrs. Hat- pleas for toys to be delivered Woman's Club, 8:00 P.M., Mean 78

tie Hamilton, with music by Miss Christmas day. High School Auditorium. Normal !_ 70 *
Catherine Logan, music teacher. Some of the students of Divis- Regular meeting, Navy Wives PrecipitationTotal /2 4.
The pageant will include the ion Street School proper are also Club No. 88 2 p. m. NCCS last 24 hours ._ _- 00 ins. ?fo..V

manger scene Wise Men, kings, planning to see the technicolor Dr. Herman K. Moore, guestspeaker Total this month 1.73.ins. h3
shepherds, etc. Audubon Society film that will Excess this month .89 ins.
Friday will be a gala day for be shown at the High School Friday ,HURSDAY, DECEMBER 16th- Total this year 47.85 ins.
the pupils. It will mark the final afternoon. This will be a Christmas Program, 6B Clashes, Excess this year 10.53 ins. 0: U\2 < .
school day of the year, Santa matinee showing of "The Riddleof under direction of Mrs. EarlE. 1 Relative Humidity 3 V

Claus will be there to give them I Mig tion" especially for stu- Hamilton and Mrs. Flor 8:30 a.m. rAr
gifts and all will celebrate the dents. ence Mullinax, teachers, and 83'rBarometer ;

Miss Catherine Logan, music
--- teacher. Morning chapel period (Sea Level), 8:30 a.m. r
9:00: ocH k, *ivisionStreet 30.16 ins.=1021.3'-mbs.' ...
And Professional Women'sClub '" '
:. Elementary School 1. Tomorrow's Almanac !

Playlet, "Fir ," teffcHt I : ..
I (fries Sunrise -:c ;. 7:03 a.m.
) Hold Xmas Party Tomorrow by Christmas Pageant.Poinciana Sunset .__ __ "? 5:41 p.m. t.A +

School Christmas Moonrise _-_ 5:04 p.m. 3 rI
Night At Woman's ClubhouseStory Program. 1:30 P M. at the Moonset n. .__ 6;21 a.m.

School. Full Moon ___ Dec. 16th
of the Nativity will be to lose sight of the true meaning Closing Performance, Follies -. 1 fi1Cti

told by Mrs. Rose Frank of the of Christmas, the group is supplying of 1949", Sponsored by JuniorWoman's TIDES s ft
Club, 800 PM,
Business and Professional Wo- needy families with food, (Naval Base)
High School Auditorium.
men's Club at this organzation's furniture, and gifts. Tomorrow
annual Christmas party at 8 p. mi I i Collections for the poor are I Cabaret Party for Cast following (Eastern Standard Time)

Wednesday, December 15, at the (I under the direction of Mrs. Stell FRIDAY, DECEMBER show, Raul's 17th-Club. High Low : i:: i .vest
Woman's Club House, President Ciesinski and Mrs. Lucille Hard 8:56 a.m. 3:09: a.m.
1 Audubon Society Screen Tour, 8:41: 2:15 M c....+r c. ..w
announced't p.m. pm. CoaMr
Wilhelmma have ] .
Harvey Investigations
away. proven ,.. ., LY to. C. .nna
Key West High School. 2:00 _- s w
P.M., children; 8:00: PM, ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA 25.50 25.00 2S.SO
Christmas carols with piano accompaniment families than one organization
by Mrs. Althea j jPu i alone could possibly handle. The I Adults. Roger Tory Peterson, (Reference Station: Key West) t 1.1'111IOII ftori*.. 'saleM ......

kens Fowler will be featured people of Key West are earnestly) : speaker. Time of| Height of w ub KlectioM ol **.... !*<< ....(
when members and guests are directed (! solicited to share theirlountiful : Closing of Public Schools of StationTide (thigh water. .M.II... So ley lour buss tuaJjtJ
m this group singing by possessions with the less fortunate Monroe County for Christmasand Bahia Honda 'r: t 10 Stctliac by Cotlu ..ar11yimporw.
Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, who who in some instances lack New Year's Holidays, (bridge) _h___ -Oh 10m 0.0 ft I. .. reflective .... ..- ......
will render several solos also. j I even the simplest things of life Programs, parties, luncheons No Name Key uxe. sad admired by ,_ IrwiKPittupt
Mrs. Alice Robinson is servingas A telephone call to Stell's Beauty and exchanging of gifts in (east end) ___+2h 20m you c*. UMI wish .Wy .
General Chairman while other :i Nook (Phone 637) will insure individual classes of all public Boca ChicaSandy I few pLne tiu""f MOW k.. ...TJcaioy

chairmen and assistants are Mrs. I 1 your having made another person schools. ( Point-Oh 40m wing them every lny w kJeyoa
Wa1. Mrs. Rose Frank,! happy as will Poinciana School ChristmasParty Caldes Channel malttt..J aJJ.
Maye ton, j someone go by
Mrs. Rose Cochn, Mrs. Anita+ your home to pick up your con 1 P. M. at the School (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 Sec the f-U ab.w..g ol O......,
(' Stct M our rite i.....,.
Meeting, Officers Wives Club .
Gato, Mrs. Anita Hartenstine, !tnbution- either new or secondhand 000 ft't
Mrs. "Milky" Renna,: Mrs. Rose Ft. Taylor. Christmas program NOTE I rrk. >..... ,.. _.......
Kissell. and Mrs. Lila Lumley. !'! Santa will distribute some Hostesses, Wives of (-)-Minus sign: Corrections I .._,

Guests of members are most : small tokens, which members ex Anti Submarine Development to be subtracted ,
welcome to join in the evening's'festixities ':' change and provide for guests, Squadron 1. (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to
Each member is to i from a beautifully decorated "The Messiah, oratorio, pre be added I 1.
take a gift to be shared with the ']j I Xmas tree. All members are an sented by Key West Community I !!!:
needy at Christmastide. As one 'I I ticipating this annual event with Singers, 8:00: p.m., YY
First Methodist (Stone
of the Christmas projects is notCop's great enthusiasm. ) iY

_. Church. i
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bor's house, he spotted a burglar I Children's Christmas Party, Beachcomber
Home inside his own house across the 3:30 P. M, Junior Chamber .................I The

street. Heinlein and two patrolman 'I of Commerce ClubhouseFlagler ,I Mr and Mrs Benjamin John- 'I

Robbed dashed over but the thief: Avenue. Sponsorecby son of United Street announce '
escaped with a fishing-tackle Jayshees. the birth of a daughter on Friday j Jewelers and Silversmiths
box full of war bonds and other MONDAY, DECEMBER 20- December 3rd. |
WARREN, Ohio-While. Police papers. The box was found nearby Organ Recital. St. Paul's Episcopal The child weighed I, pounds at '
Captain John Heinlem was investigating where the burglar dropped it Church, 8:00: P M. birth, and has been named Linda
burglary in a neigh- in his haste. Charles R. Roberts, organist J j I Dolores. i



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Coffee ShopExcpIIPllt : : : We Will Call For and Deliver S
am : : PRECIOUS the Doll that Acts Almost I Innan : : (j7 )0 Yaw. Exp rtoac la EUcUicml Work i Service_ Station _
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Fleming St 2.4i{gU11 SERVICE :
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MUMFORD?( [ ;;;; .1S : Who Serve Bell : 1... .! S. M3-03 GREENE STREET :
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220 DUVAL STREET PHONES 333 and 9150 : : WE HAVE NEVER in : .I.II........*I. *.........\

: FURNITURE CO. : Easy and Blackstone Washers :. BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL : :. W OnlCI1' andChildren's *%&* GLAMOROUS? !

: HO DUVAL STREET S"S Electromaster Ranges I ; Get Set For raa Wtsfc The .Me. :
Netleaallr-AdTertlsed S: Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : : Ambulance Service S deb-u-url :
'-= Product (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) .: Telephone 548 : y. .
Service Cold Wart .,..... :
S .o.a..r. Plastic
CerveriageCleper Floor : ..1/..ItEFRIGEIUTIO.I.............$..SALES.....II and.....SERVICEJ. ............. :: Navtr slaps .: Apparel I ; Established IMS ; A nit Natural k..k>ns P>'<'......,. fit :
: nber Venetian ; ......a......a................................ ....................... 1..........I..II......I that will. give y ..: : Bliads S ,, .......................a................... Licensed Funeral : : NEW LOOK .and m...... :
:. eLugeeee. Appliances. SS : Directors and : you fie GI..u t!,.1 $1 0 :
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J. A. MYERS : of the N.'w SI.M4n :
: .N..DeI Mohawk : + .'t EuiLalmers.241our! :
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Licensed ..-."InsuredPAINTING : Make Your n A.u M 5.p w ..r..h : 1
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Talapbooa 1127. lU Doral Stnat.J.U.UOA Hotel : 135 Night 631 : DONALD BAHMCHSteWsBeauty ;

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TOURS :: 1829 Harris Ave. Key Weit Fla. : : .............a........ .

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Scientific Culture
S : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances Beauty .
'S I ,S a-Is. + : : Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery : : : : in All Branches 'S*:Ii
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S FLORIDA EAST ; ...............................a......I.......... :, HOME APPLIANCE : : CONCH SHELLS : ; Soil Water Used Exclusively !

COAST RAILWAY : 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 ; AUSlaaa_ S : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. .

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OFFICES 5Sho".t by INSURING with ; : Frances Beauty Salon i

..: FLEMUfO S I hold aDd p.Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : SOIL.$&.so PER YARD or$1.00 PER SACK : / France Park. ()wf1H S I:
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STREET : lOW *.*,: MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS Will SMp to Ray Part ,
:. Reared La Coacha Hotel S Save 15% on AU Policies Non-Aas.aubls : Also Lots Cleared aDd Marl Spread Very Reasonable of lor Canada : 1010 CRIMMELL: STftOT :
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: 122 nemlng St. H.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone Ion : Open Daily and Sunday, : :S Sale Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon : !\

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Sale and Service Immediate Delivery :, : COMPLETE Dinners f : LewesRentals I
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: tin Sure to Get ; 1 : Boats or What Have You : of OPAL E. VAN DCUMtN : I

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FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : : and Testes In ,t Wi,'* I'rief H....., :
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Tangle In First Game Tonight i ,r ,.Toll Question

'"' Before Decision
.*...........-It... I'olloekV +# + '
fi \MeM In Sued ltfettuol : The Key West Civic Improve f ;
'I How They Stand ment Association definitely will
z *A* Mrrl. not commit itself on the proposal
t" to transfer to the city and county +
'I1w.'." In Final LOCAL BASEBALL the tolls now collected on n. r

I Ktf I: Wttt Senior .il Overseas Highway until it studies sw
Ba ct all
> Ltajni .4r
.... ..... er4f.dal.deetfp4N a a+csr s s the matter from
every angle. I $
.. i4f... 1W4i tie4e...... (Municipal;Stadium o In stating this today, Coh-O./D{ : ::9 KL
Cu] W. Lher Pet l S w1FL 3latfield, chairman of lief 11'.
11ai4i Mt CM
tfgfe.efs tufeeAeslM.eefl.h W' tClmvn3 ..!., 5t-3 .* f"I : said that the hat
group, not
e.4 ehs rlunaINt >ed Raklen -_ :53 ..62Atomic J alt pointed Attorney=*-'Lancelot ap

... .. Toes paw!. BomUenI 4 ..50ii a a :Lester to study the proposal, and 4 1
ifs a t 1 a St re the '' American Legion .--- 2 6 -333DASKCTBALLlv said he jcould: not understand*I

IMpa ... alter tMtr first I''I ;Where rUn "etetemen't came
enfOf.. Ite.AI rntKre : /rom. ,
...... the .. .. >I JH" !* f* (*+. 4., .a,
R -. a I i Class "A" League, A* tlelCI .. We' hay t.aj 1ed1
.... i/tisltl. far tn Mw of Club- W. I* PcJW f .to.lit.d all W/ajti tl ca pe."

a Sprt Shop .. 2 0 1.jl4lock's n a.a.L alH. 1: RattieR "
'' Jewelj 1 1 .500 I I )fHt>n, ve- will lay these fig- .
soon/ ..... thf.+ 1.. k. Sonar Srtniol 1 1 ..SonIivtrpendents uresbefore the CIA.( We will #. f). k =ft
air Mte fM..k. Jew 0 2 .000 I L : _'- ? study them to see if {the"proposal .ir.j
...... to glad ant t+wand Class "B" League of having the state transfer the w. # .h .
tsaMt a a..ea. l a..t tolls collected to :
Club- W. L. Pet the city and j I
f! ... MLi ndenti have Ells: Club .. 20 l.OOCSonar ()( : county from the Overseas
... ..... ....4..rFI Srhool 2 0 LOOT()) >e. a.7 way is feasible and possible.High-I I' PART OF A CROWD OF 2.500 MASKED AND ROBED KU KLUX KLAMMfM. **. ... _

..... ...... ..-,1 the Beachcomber Jewelers 1 1 .50( '' Then" we plan to make our decis-i I ,(ltln.t> public meeting in Macon G*. Dee. 10. dll ring .... Uitiattoi .! 91auditorium. sae tttuaal'ea. .e

... Eloper) Weed here {a..t Junior Varsity -- 0 2 .DOT()()
tlMrttsns.l- -- -- to n.arinsLs Billie Drive-Ins. 0 2 .000 CHILDREN, even Santa Claus has become a football<< fan. wears the traditional KKK regalia. She stand la boat of .... .< tote $M tfr.aaert ... _. I

Hr ...... .... fiiunar A, Tss4 T And it begins to look like he also has ambitions to be among the masked" group. At right. a hooded and robed Itflure fc* rMf *.*. r.*4taf *)fe ...
.... ,' A player. Hastings Thinks en Wanted. hangs on a from
.. aw Sport Calendar He-is trying out his kicking toe in Jackson Miss. rope building across the street
Sports Holding the
rf ..... W1fI tlwyy will ball.for hm is.Roger Sanborn. --- -- -- -- -
.. .... ,tand1 I captain of the high fchpol team Br HASTINGS BAKER
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.... ttwy wsN. a. intu'( SKATING from La Lowell. Mass; which is visiting Jackson tl) play tine. 'Bogal Vinock Leaves BLVSTS I l.roWtll. :: -1'1.\\'r-: KII4., N .
sa. high school in the Memorial Bowl '
Ihts ...., bays andIf Ray.iew i Park. Night game. The
Mrv. w- ..,.... IMnte.tiaieMilg FIUDAY _q .._.._ ;_._- ----- _. ......<:-,-. < more than startled: Government was I -
-- to learn
nCIrei Inair4 7:30: to 9.00 p.m.TENNIS. 3 cent that ;IIcrc April 1st: [
TOP COLLEGE PASSER! RECEIVER per of the people in Eng- .
ha4.ela ersahM bop. td Me04 i,' land think that the United States t _

...4.e w1 M? the is a British colony. I Commander Eli Vinock. USN, Iwho I

.... ass/ tier i.ak will : Ba.I.. Park. Afternoons 1F ""ill be'detawed'froro
Mo de +d.d Nt t-he I..t and Night While the White House is duty |

r' Daily play. being repaired!. the Truman's are I.iNaval-Base:as operations officer of Key West
% not leave
I living in the Key >A
-- Blair Houseand
... Las bnrw thM the Itnt.Ii strlrFFLEl;O"It f) ', is probably chuckle over the fact West until about the first week: iL

II M t p. w ........ at 8 (B.rvew! Park) t that Blair, who once owned the I I I in April he announced today
:.... Ur tMlld. at 0 p. .... life Daily flay.i F'4' house was one of the foundersof Commander Joe M. Alexander,
4... J. tf Ni.r.irfrt ant the Republican Party. USN will come here at that

i1f: ti J.i tle net et % ; time to relieve Commander ) .
i SENIOR IIASEnVLLMunlcinal Vinock.
Vinock said
... .... eo4lerit the'ft1' Fawtia the sister of King Far- I
MIf.. ... Stadium. Afternom ,, ouk of Egypt, married the Shah today he has received no official {
.. word where he will be stationed i
-- DEC. 1 19B !)- of Persia. It was a glamorous f

Nt Mw Chuw First (lame-Atomic Bomber __ Y Arabian Nights/: romance and the next two years. i fi -

.tae AeaS F.r Met +'" .vs. American i Lepion.I made for friendly relations be-
I S.rfimt Game Key Wes t tt
tween the countries. But for German Sub's
Y0. ... M'S.fQ. Clowns vs. Red Raiders.; reasons best known to Fawzia
Nit IS I 31 StTMlAY.! DEC. 2& she left her husband returned to .

.It 0 21 I lut Game-Ker West Clown Egypt and demanded a settlement :!; Return Delayed)
... II. 28 t's. American legion. which was refused. Then !t j
ht.ia 10 I :1 I Second Game-Red Raiders v? Egypt had a trump card delt to'' The U-2513. an old German

\; i i :: i:, :SUNDAY.Atomic:JAN.Bombers.2Fi..t The The Sahah's body father on its died way in Naval submarine Station.stationed which at Key was West net:

Game-Key West Clown home to Persia came through ginally scheduled to return hctron
0 4 II j j vs. Atomic Bombers. Egypt arid Egypt held the body Thursday has ,been t
1 I IS i St-rond Game-Red for delayedin
I v ransom. The Shah was told her
expected arrival. The
1 I IS American Legion. that he could have his
father's exact date of her arrival will lie
E 0 0 12 I SUNDAY. JAN. 9- body when he made a settlement
i 4 4 12i I First Game-Red Raiders V!' with Fawiza. This unhappy- known.reported here as soon as it is

0 10 | Key West Clowns.tond state of affairs lasted about three {

S. 10TV : & Game-American Legion _._. -"'" years. Recently the body was
>i 0 10s4uaff vs. Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL U 1 released, the separation made One Jail Inmalc SMOKE EDDIES FROM
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I WINDOWS ..4 ti..,ec ..._. .
S.tmd Re haf. I (WVWirephoto permanent and presumably Faw- ''I the main power plant .f Ik.* IC...... Fat .... a.Lalif... .
stsxed ala her !
got settlement.
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c.... .. I High School Gymnasium "Red" O'Quinn by royal de- } killed eight mn and lautH $17. c:...
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2N poa.M and "Iftd (Night) forward passers and pats receivers respectively during the 1348 way affect the rupture friendly relations J;, COLU: Qij1, S. C.-- /IV-The determined imm { I
I ........ to* Hw M noiiter* ,, TUESDAY 7:00: Junior football season according to the National Collegiate Athletic between Persia and city jail Is rid of its most cunrl Topeka a cUr of' HM9 people. -MM.4 iMAl11lI/ __
i psilseei let tw .. : Varsity vs. Beach hours.
pnle romlier Jewelers.8:00CocaCola Bureau's final figures for the year. Heath's passes totaled H I Egypt. placent prisoner. He was an aged
i record yardage of 2.005. He also set a record by tossing '22 j I I II brown mule that munched city t! -
Jew v.tr1r teavd t vs. Pollock'Jewels. passes for touchdowns. O'Quinn caught 39 passes for total I For three years>> the triads of hay for ten weeks ;;
.t.. lit Iletrteat two game gain: of SOS yards. a ,>I war criminals have been going: Police found the old fellow fin The tint "YIlt" tN, .a .... 7hte .... FItaAaff

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h' .
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nobody claimed him. So finally .pn.twi .. .: e1 t1.Mne dJana ..... +
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: : Many a person who smokes or on order of Police Chief I. J. [
j '
M Mt avned Beachcomber Jewelers. 7Qji5IivsJ LETTER drinks too much has longed to be. Campbell an auction was held anfront.o _
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to make
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Eaft. l .,'ttnl"- twothry 7OO:Drive-Ins.-Junior Varsit yvs. Billie' lo anything to hurt him and you don't know whether he loves developed thiuram a pill (tetraethyl- 'examined the animal's berth and Sears Order Offkt(
/, disulifide) which was ..ta. | 8f'Bob's: Sport Shop vs you or not. Then .what must you do? I don't like to go with supposed to cure worms. But he ;years old.

... 1I...elearai4a.e--- I IIM Pollock's Jewels. other boys butt I do just for the fun of it. I i I took the pill he was astonishedto The bidding stalled! 1 at $5 and* FOR
Jetelers 9.00
-Sonar School. "B" vs- D. S.-Va. find that the very thoucht: of 'ended at $25. As the mule ..t.lItorlaway
01 pinta but 64 Elks Club. Answer '.' I drinking was distasteful and ito with his
: new owner a (Jet

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days whose fame I I
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was a famed ers and just one pill killed all 1 hay and mule feed." I LAST MINUTE BARGAINSFor
< would ask not to with others if he to I IlL it
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i wet arid the looks
. : M.W: NASHVILLE a. : MANAGER I We Ind can't no one afford to help baby us with sitters them.and ;j I Chaplain C. C. French of the almost indefinitely. A quart will
I cover 150 square feet of wall
USS Howard
live Gilmore submarine j
>ur people in another town. I
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'tome one night out of the week i!I Naval Station, has been detached i I i

ti 'o I could see a movie and then 'I from the Gilmore and will re- There are 42 television stations .' : jSimonton and FJcmin* Itjct'Were ) t _.
in the United States. Not a' }
'. I stay alone one night so he can port for duty at the Receiving: ., i ; :
j single has shown j
:*et out. But my mother doesn't I Station Boston next week. one a profit. i .. I ii ii
av ipprove of this because she says 'I Chaplain French was well flY .eta U"UU I.

j&e( that she and my father always known to the civilian populationof Your Grocer i!

e"i .vent places together and she the city. He often spoke at SELLS That Good ,......................................- .. .. .- .-.-.-...-...-....

l hinks it is bad policy to start go- local Protestant churches duringthe STAR BRAND i; a .

i ing to places alone. What do you temporary absence of their I f .. Proud ibi'C.uurpuiy
:hink about it? pastors. I COFFEE* I .na la .
and CUBAN .
Young Wife Del.
4 'i \NSWER: The Ta :Jr nian- Railroad -Try A Pound Today- G91G31 or feat a a+rl se t ... .( ) \ Vc KtvCOTVS /> .

t I think you and your husband'ire connects the Persian Gulf with .
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very sensible. Of course the Caspian Sea. S *
r you would both enjoy going out I { :(

Together much more than going some relatives: she could fall in :
lone but your circumstances are wht'nshe needed them to keep' I I[ OVERSEAS MARKET
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such that you either go by y ur- the children'and doesn't realise :
>elf or stay home aU of the time what it 'means ;to stay .Chortle

nd every one' needs'a.changeand : night? after night'and.never have II I 935 TRUMAN' AVE. PHONE 419 :4 ( : \ \ NOMI( } ;

: little recreation occasionally. -> an evening's recreation. '. II .-.-. .. .
Perhaps you will act to LOUISA. .
I :know some other young cuuplo -- -- ----- -- -I i h 11I !E J Just Received *. E\:\ i\I\G: (; 1\ J'! tItls
l II I who faces the same situation Address Your Letters to: I i I .

tnd you can take turn about "LOUISA". 0.. BOX 532. r I I CARLOAD :
keeping each other's children
Orangeburg. S. C, !
,77 I when YOU know them better. II i
Your mother probably h a d nyvrrrvrvrVYYwnVIVVVV'' -'I' I GARDNER'SPHARMACY
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t...ii. .......... la Mia..apoUaUh He.. at the Larry 47th annual Gilbert Minor(left). ISLAND CITY TRANSFERPhone MILL II I $ 1.ooupi THE fro ng STORE<< !

erg ......... .... pert .wn.r of the Nashville club who is reif 166 524 Southard St.. at I i c 1114] DIVISION STREET
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