The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 15, 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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Cummtssiun'' Home, it was decided last night < ,. :,.. SURPRISE WITNESSOW HIM 11: .
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....... a..JuMwi> teat night rec- Commissioners Clarence Higgs I z. r. After Spend ing t Made AnyWAStUKOTOM.(C.r':

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howl *... .>....*. .! three farmer I to contact City Manager (in) Wirephotos .r k... le-.
Ralph D. Spalding regarding use S. Senator Burnet R.
.Mm, J.1-mi L -lit .'{IILT" now of the equipment. ACTRESS PATRICIA STYLES (left). 25. daughter of Radio Entertainer Hal Styles, died of a May- Ward WM ....... Ir.. erei

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4 **.. ............ Roan the Elks( the roadway came up during I 1 suitor Nathan N Sugarman. 42, was shot and wounded seriously. Detective Lieut. E. W. Smith married about ten days ago Grtmarie. B.Isai4 tIha& t6. ......

fh* ...... M'M seven months consideration of the proposal to I I said Miss Styles did the shooting. Sugarman. h cad of an auctioneering and liquidating firm lies spent two days at the Casa Mar-I -y by .)issssed tree aAsingea'on.

... r. purchase an electric meter for in a hospital (right) at Los Angeles. Nurse Vel ma Brisson attends'' him. ina Hotel here and left late yes .... .
the lights strungalong the road q.vWsesl srlsstssutrettoN
Thr Msw. MV Partner PatrolMM terday bound for Miami, enroute .
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ft*** Mtr awl Hfctor Ou by County prisoners.The --- to Charleston S. C., his home. tW 0..1 ..s1w11 .4-

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the and the should Nationalist City Board Met t#
... .. d.psy They have city city re- Report Key West and we really enjoyedour wtM Orin w...wund.t -.
build it. It that the
of -ear'sseeM.e.W was decided
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brief vacation in
your city br MewArii .Mss .sl
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...,..ell.... WM tfcvy tine would nil for be it if the city would loan Leaders Advise 1 Yesterday; Talk said want Senator to discuss Maybank.anything"I do in not the
.... h ..4 Intl *f gall in atxiuttilt. equipment. Chiang national or the internationalfilds. IderNlesl' ....... /snit ..... II .,
.. nNtnMi.A Of Many Things that aw 1rf.'T'hat .
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..... -. .e of the rommis1Finally Manuel\ Vidal To .Tender ResignationShould after expect return After to Washington t mean ..... u.... Msslrri .InI too.f
... An informal session of the City study- ..... ,
.n tot=:: :R the res- j ing some of the national and international partscslrrs./ Idca. -
.J.lirn ... ........ when. Cam- Dies Suddenly i Commission was held at 4:30p. : situations I want ..
rrswr.- W*..... Gems who !' He Rr.i-ii, <, m. yesterday and several l mat- to discuss them later." may I The asMy ertsstllseM tr .e ,. .

w.. a4awsM .... week when.the I I' Manuel Vidal 54, died suddenly I ters were discussed, but no final Accompanied by his wife, Sen- llolistid Srl eee .A... N. 1.
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C wnsrwner. Gerald SaundrnH Memorial Hospital. I! Primary purpose of the meet- National Airlines plane for Mi- 1n.1. 84w' I' e.
j .. n.-. .H.M* in voting in I I Funeral services will be held He Ready. To Knler ing was to see what attractionfee (Continued On Page Six) I t rnt-M .hiss seal a.trl.. ai/lsti ...oUt

Ie_ ., t t.f tomorrow at 5:>> p. m. in the chapel Into Peace Talks I I, Monday\ Stores 1! should be charged a small ( Wirrphuto the C' w... .,
f a.Freak Bentley who show that rides for I Adernl.liW.r Mrlsw i I'
of the Funeral Home. Rev. provides
te. 1M .. CKtb should fast be'' Lopez ttlr Tfce A..rlalr4 children which wants'pony Would] Use Pier MRS. MARION BACHRACH I'Dftft ...... lSKirsi. puwb .of "ii.
Oscar of Cuban
Rodriguez the To P.M.\ open up
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....... d a ........ was proper for Methodist Church, will officiate. NANKING. Dec. 15. It was I Open I : (above), a surprise wit-... was ......... .had .... twsl,+
tar tllast. sllalal. an4.C MTvniwioner i I I Iwhotfwhlle Survivors Mrs. Rosa here : here.Among other matters discussed c.M4a k M aa.r a p", ,
: widow reported unofficially today At BeachFor called before congressional spy '
W W Pwer4a 1 sym Vidal; two sons Mario and John I Member stores of the Key West were the question of controlling County in Washington ..... .had. ka.i rot has .... C.: '. ;
that Nationalist leaders have ad- investigators
p-IM. tsa wt.*.i Die fanulte* of the the of "streets. I ITue.slay. Stales M P..... .
Vidal, and one daughter, Carmen Merchants' Association will remain ,, opening new paved I she refuted tell I
..... .....) he atm had sympathy; Vidal. vised Chiang Kai-Shek to resign :I Simonton and FJemintf streets I Boat Service : M eti/iM ever. 11 11Ie
next week. Monday to whether she is has bun a
t' or
IF' riH4* ( rKrtHrrn who re-I} as head of the government a post : open were both opened afteJ'the'new;: I (WhelM tart66M ... .. ..
-olioN.. asi 'Ptr of the EIU'a .. he has held foir23 I' Friday, inclusive until 9 p. mv pavement was laud Action is in- Communist She Mid jfc' JiTfl.,.hM, ..,"'-,.. *r u. P- ... ... J
t.l.A .,mri i"y. ..** against Poorbox Thief 'j I years. to accommodate Christmas shoppers tended by the commission.The Monroe County Commission) in New' York .mi Mf been a I be tewr sltipm..M of t411l t.. .. ,
The report said further that i President Joe Pearlman last night decided to refer the .
I j national of ,
ttir .p.plssg. .. dockage for the writer in the +wMrr..e..e wtU 1 ".
ANswM Camera county patrol, I I Chiang is resisting the pressure I said today.He members of the space Charter Boat request of a Miami Beach man 1: thei Communist party for the I &aahod. It was asld ....... o.,I r rcir

j i .frvt, w**.. .ha th4(fiMty power May! Be Heard that has been brought on him to : added that the stores will men's Association was discussed, I for use of the pier around County 1: last few yean. I ___ weirs wiN br a' as '
j n ........* t.. rrctimiTvenid the I resign so that a coalition government I i be closed all day Saturday of but without any decision being Beach for operation of a speed they'''II -- - I M......... ..... .... Y. rn r' ". ,
t.'<4r .41** Wee officer, said "John Doe." which is the name may be formed. I next week in observance: of reached. Part of the dock now boat to the chairman of the (''....... II1W re r..... It '
IKM Mr trtu h4 performed much given the crippled man held in I Christmas. i the boatmen went Beach committee, Clarence II i M net ire t...... to erM. ... .'K" I. ..
occupied by
I I Communist leaders were reported Temperatures
rte w rfc for t,e cwunty during County Jail for breaking into the out during the hurricane. Higgs. |i / i wink .u.w ... .......
IIteirsia.wnent.. I poorbox of St. Paufs' Episcopal ', to be ready to enter into H. J. Peirce Higgs took the' position before At 7:30 A.MEST s.-wna........ -.III. h.4M. ,
Try ..._ worked at the,I Church oh Monday may be given I peace'talks with the Nationalists \1 the commission' meeting that if .fativea arwiesl ... I. .

t Mam ttor'Gnunty Oeach,|: to'preltminlty 'hearing' tomorrow I I as,, soon' as Chiang withdarws i r : AttorneysBackFrom the county let one man operatea Station- 'Fe tare .Is net ........ *. n... ,
*l.*. Mir I/satall/d the light! : before Peace Justice Ira Ali !j from 'the government I I Di e d1n} Monday l : boating S ? j"from the county Atlanta 58 1Wode shIaM he ... ... ....

.rib .* mum miUu control" ., day and bury. i| Fighting between the Nationalists II I TallahasseeAttorneys pier that everyone with boats Augusta 6J fending< euunlrlls 0. ......i
wrM.- .... Cane.asrl..rwrsse. I,I 1 Doe has consistently refused to I I and the communists was i! Horatio Jose Peirce. 57, diedI might soon request the same per- Billings -I declared lust ... ..s.,.. I_
\ Ganes said the!; reveal his identity or anything reported today to be favoringthe I mission. Birmingham 63 01 ..... Ias*.
1 I I Monday The body was sent today "The pier is not built for I
.... | about himself. There was noth- Raymond R. Lord an-
wee essNiled to some con a
Reds in Bismark
every area. They are i the Pritchard Funerali
1! ing on his person that would indicate :I i by and Hilary Albury returned to chorage of boats just for peopleto ._._._ 28
.ttlwaM.rt and he mad the moo : so sure of being" able shortly to i I Home to Ft. Myers .Va., for funeral I Boston ;
walk on, said Higgs. He said Grand
who he is. West after Jury
1.1.11 1' pr $lr resolution. Com-I' capture Peiping negotiations are services and burial. Key early today an Buffalo ___.. :7 )
he would
*I I I Absence in Tallahassee where investigate the pro .._ 54
S undetl Charleston
mrs i-nw + ( reported to be underway to surrender -j Mr. Peirce was a retired i
TW ....... was made on the :;: Permit that city to them rather i tain of the U. S. Navy and came cap- they argued a case Monday at posal. i Chicago ___ .. 44 1 i\Iay\ Indiel.11Spy .
.eNns if Attorney EnriQue:' Liquor than run the chance of having : to Key West five days before his the State Supreme Court Corpus Christi .. _. 72 )
igl-lsali., Jr i' much of it destroyed. The Peip Arguments were presented in Gilmore Here At Denver 24i
1 Denied Club i I death. the case of Charles Toppino & t tI I Detroit 31El Cases
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I Sons, proprietors of the Overseas !i 5..

Final PaymentFor !,,> It was announced at last I I be From trapped.Shanghai a dispatch was German Sub Lodge at Marathon against Clif- I 11 A.M. TomorrowUSS II Ft.Paso Worth 69 .... .... .-..... ......

| night's meeting,: of the Monroe received stating that John Ca- : ford Hull of Miami Beach. Galveston 72 NEW: YO+JK. ..'. l. t.. '. '

Beach Work 1'I'I Commission that the State Beverage tbot. American representative in Back On !i The case held involves Hull the liquor Overseas li- I Howard W. Gilmore large: Jacksonville .. 60t of the fe.t.4 .ra Ml. JUI' I.
I I Friday cense by at __,
Department had denied theI j 1 city, announced today that 1 submarine tender will arrive I Kansas City 35 IKM trees Bnr.agiNrsss] .... i nChambers i
I I request of the Havana Madrid 700 United States Marines will : Lodge. Toppino is now operatingthe I back in Key West Naval Stationat KEY WEST __ 7S CM* wnM .
K. D SfUAf "Associates.MitftMOTs ., Club. Front and Duval streets. I f(arrive there tomorrow to protect I The German submarine the Lodge and selling liquor. at 11 a. m., tomorrow it was announced Key West Arpt 71 iatd/ustit tetil..ii assd"a...
<1 M rharce of construe>> for a liquor license. I I Americans and their properties U-2513 which has been operating the place under the license.SHOPPING today by the Key West Los An'les; .. M: indw.t.d that fir iw y .

IMS) 4 c......, Beach, will re- Attorney Allan B. Cleare Jr. I in Shanghai. out of Key West Naval Stationfor I Naval Base. LoUl.villc 615 main 1ft ....... .. .. that i.,
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.. Anal payment of $3.874 time. will return here at Meridian 69 .
explained that the beverage com- I some The Gilmore, which has fawn The Ua.e.I1 i6aM. sse.fused \
Is's Mw IMNK* work about Januay mission would grant the license 4 p. m. on Friday it was an- i in Philadelphia Navy Yard undergoing Miami, n to say wheslsel '". h" '
I.' H was decided at I last when the restaurant equipmentwas May\ Transfer I nounced today by the Key West I'I an overhaul will d icKi Minneapolis MMempllls dKInw'nle ..11... .....It 'I.
...... a1..4iaa of Monroe Com- installed at the Havana Naval Base. Originally,: the sub- i i temporarily at Pier Baker. Later till Is pt1'tftt that Met .b '
a.ssnell. Madrid. marine was scheduled to return i she will New Orleans fI .
1 Courthouse Safe take up her usual berth r M* Uw sow will rf|-i twill
-- here tomorrow. I!i at South Quay Wall. New York 31 .hai gra: h. ties- ....... ..I. ,I'

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LITTLE WHITE HOUSE t 1141 CMWLEH. Door SedanRESTAURANT Commissioner Clarence Higgs. I I Oklahoma City 6Z '
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nice Family Car chairman of the Buildings and j i FIVE AUDUBON FIVE Swiss Parcel Post Omaha 33 mvesligoUon liotn whn .1 '
faire( in) | PintBEUC1OUS Ground Committee, was directed Pensacola 68I
1201 strew last night by the Monroe County i COLOR FILM LECTURES Pittsburgh ;37Roanok"
CHICKEN IN A1 I NAVARRONew IRC.BASKET" Commission to investigate the j SERIES OM.Y $1.50 1 Held] Upi I 4\
I getting of a safe for the County rSt
ALSO SEAFOODS Opposite Bus Station 1st Show 8:00 P.M. St. 101mb
Tax Collector's office. : Friday. +i .,, Palace Theater
t 74)I
HIGH SCHOOL 9 Swit!/rrlan.lR1Parcel < San Ant'm.
! j Howard A. Wilson county tax I TILL CHRISTMAS post from Switzerland to the San 'ranclM'lJ 37 Ronald Cotmta eM >.... H...9
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i i I collector, said the safe in his office j Russian zone of Germany and all I Seattle 34Tallahass' ..\ itCH) 1&I.t& : .LIFT. !
TIM Jwaior Wmnaa's Club Wishes to Thank the Following was faulty and that the : A 6.
I sectors of Berlin has been suspended News M4 Sfc rt.
I carried rather i I -
county 63
for Participating in Their I indefinitely as a result of Tampa TONIGHT 18 PRIZE MITt
amounts of money in it. He suggested I "transport dificulties," the Swiss I Washngt'.n; ::1.1I
that a safe from the office TONITEK!!
I post office
Follies '49 ;; of County Tax Assessor Claude I I I I

of I Gandolfo be brought over to his SHOW-TIME AGAIN :I[+ FOR SALE! FOR SALE MIAMI KEY WEST

I office.Gandolfo explained that he i t MARALOYMufflers.\ ,i i Good Used Cars BARGE LINE. l..

t In IM Ilrlil'I'onUi'. Tomorrow Nile would nred a place to store confidential i I I CLYDE-MALLOHY DOCK
Starring I Tail and Exhaust Pipes :
I papers in place of the TWINS/ GARAGE TELEPHONE: : t I
Wr. School Auditorium 8:15 ".M, I for All Cars
at I Krj l High, !I safe. I
BUDDY BARNETT Roy's Key West Auto Parts ;,' lour Friendly Studebaker Dealer llnrfiWhy > 14'rlrra W.......
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Gteri* Ac** d. Jean Elbertson Marie Pinder t 1111 Duval St. Phone 442 TELEPHONE 1 1C* I rt'rar Iridt.I
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Nick Potent.Aaw.h.
Denny AcelaAceta Orlando Esquinaldo 345 LBS. OF DYNAMIC ENTERTAINMENT .
Betty Lou Caring Faye Roberts -- -
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Olive Cato Floyd Roberts .AlbwrrA *.tal- Jim Edna denser HoflNathalie John Betty Romero Saunders I STKUIS'K LUMBERYAltll) GEORGE GREGG Internationally'Clown Famous i FOR SALE E Knock Yourself/ Out? Cull: / WI'larr 1'1 3

Harry 14eieeosrt Knight Jack Saunders $I TELEPHONE 816i SENSATIONAL I 1911 Ford COIn ertibl.. Voiir Onlrr V 11I" leer
Be* Brew Chester Knowlei Roy Schneider
Kattorta Brew Mary KraftClaudln Marge Sjursen I )1910 Ford Tudor E Deliver Chrd"cIflrll; ;":: B...Ie La Fe Betty Simpson Ii i 3---Shows Nigel y---3 1939: r.laryOlf'r! Sedan Table Ready Baked CHICKENS and TURKEYS roM.V .-.

&.- Butt Cyril Marshall Bob Simpson COVER NO MINIMUM i with Old Fashioned Dressing' and Plenty *f G.... Grave'
P.... CarbeoeU. Kaiherin Merton Ruth Strieker i POOR OLD CRAIGi I NO ALL CLEAN I

Barbara Crw* e James Mcintyre Violet Summerall i SERVICE STATION PRICED VERY REASONABLE :
X...... CurryDewtkl Jessie Michael Nellie Trujillo CLUB TROPICSKey IDUFFY'S[
Francis at Division Phcne 9134 I TAVERN
Mawary o..r"t Coleen Moore Mike Vonesh .. i
I Y r PVKK OIL n..r Monroe Motors inc. ,
J.... Dill.. Bonnie Pent Claudia Waller Grease. Spray or West's Most Popular Nite Club ,
I a..... Gerald Pladev Dick Zook 1 LET US Change Your Oil I PHONE 729 i (00 TRUMAN AVCNUCI j

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t- Idly M Nv! ,........r. .. Key. West and the that saloon Daytime SummarySelected I ,, ': .t
agreed generally by
lIIree l ...atyI press ; BY EMILY NOBLE ,.-
programs as lifted below>> i
class matter to blame for the are broadcast at the urns time Men. ," m Crt rMri
... ... ...*. ftorUa. as s coaa keepers themselves were ,. J
day tll.OIo F..y. Tyes i. .ast.vestandard.
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teNM.KN :.r eHN PT....O1-'TF.D. ) PRESS. eDUtle to success in adopting the amendment. Over- tract one hour.. for mounts 1 Chapter 24 !in the kitchen and Pat was drying How aid yu 1t.... I was where .

1:: =...... .t all a.weldsrpsIyk. .. credited from a'eI two hours.DEC. w I them, holding them *o Carefully !"
the traffic in liquor the "T IE
It's I
N .. .......'- eredli" ,. this. paper and confident by still Mom. nothing. in his great powerful hands. "Why did you 0IiIM up Mort.That' -
E. Ile..Si M_ .W..M. >.'.. time the country was. founded, many 13 THROUGH DEC. 17 I *- You must lie still." He looked at Joe with that special the answer. T'
..w "But heard Rosalie's voice. I he cRuIsfZ.kv
f smile be reserved for the boy
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__ 11a 4'N11'TIORITE t11.10: saloon keepers abused their privilege in Mcrmtng i MOW I did. I want her." loved as a son and prother com 'rH LY went dawn .... Mallf !

_ the sale of intoxicants. Laws were :passed 0:Honeymoon Breakfast In N. T.:-nW "It 'w-sn't Rosalie at all, Yju bined. ,.1, slowly.. H. distil ws*| .*
: =: t ; ; Club.beItSBarnyard know what she thinks' of I -lashe rl ht Joe?* Aid inotKr' win
.... ; of minors us. ail j hurry rho.'"i
ess v. .= '_. --:-'- ._ ._ ._. -+ .d prohibiting the ::30-The C1.*elandalre Fonte.-cba.-nfea We're cheap shanty Irish. This 'is "Yes. She' thought she. heardRosalie's waiting.; Rosati war *..o.. t* .titllL .
11. .
1 and specifying'closing hours, but those Bob Poole Show-mb. a slum. voice but-" touching him MI .Mee .oiw ;-...
A1i0.aT1 1\ld NTK 10OO: -Fred "I heard Rosalie." The plattec dropped from Pat' M&J.n.) and lea .... Aialaly. 4a.
.... *_.. us Application* laws were flouted in thousands of.instan- Waring Show-Db wail. khad a rt1 J
Music for You-cbs hands Thank .God. She did would eter M P NMlr
You heard that Mrs. .. .. .
only nosy ......... a. a lair
Mr Story rama-abe. there III'16L '''Tt'N Other restrictions weret"shfugged tome. It knew she wpuld, i I kissed her up
ar /laN.t ....... ...r.. ., lhaake. roliittOB ces. 10:30-Hour of Sf'rlalJlbo Harrigan"* and 1 had to push her ,r-J;: sent her.a telegram, I signed warm diz kAn<<. M t* yew .sttwea ,. ti
.... Will .be ,'. .. out. : s -- etc aside by saloon men. f* Th. Godfrey' Hour-cb" your Joe. knew she'd he'd ever kUsKrr .**k J1Hr

1 i.ftT T r IM.'::.;$.a1. ;.sale( ..V. *ha.'* rcla.. from As result, prohibition, was born, with ":OO-Say Kay It with Kyser Music:-mb, ,, "But rm expecting Rosdlje." ?., e >m name for-Tour; mother.i :' I' had .to- ifpk sure had. held no rMp .... .* .,..
a Show at
_*S T .*__ IB lit l<.. 4.rlv,'4 are i cents a line. Lottie snorted but could say no do it. I had to make amends. I I' ceptanr H* iwifM ... wire Pse
,.. I N_ too CS .pea .ur.bje afcd InvtU* dla-. the aid of the Anti-Saloon League in.pointing ? 11:45-Serial. (3Y. hrl.-: .. ....... I.....n,. ..4 .. I. .f Iwcal Art rn_n rooms, walking His voice I not tsMt- ... AVANAtrip
softly. .
E. t"...... het .t .111 ... pehJlsh. vBjrmous out and stressing the abuses.At her..Go- I la see his' mother
.. .' ... 'ZOO-Welcome'l"ra"elenr-Kate Smith ltaU-HolII'-mb.' came in a hall-whisper. Jp x, stared at him. His, voice turned to tare her M .tie INIMhall
present medical men throughoutthe 12:3O-Words and Muato-nbc "What's the matter. Mom? You came dully. "She isn't here. I .
Bill Slater shquldn't] get excited." looked. Lottie said it was Mrs .U lint, *
Luncb "Shall I
at -mb
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United States are fighting against the 1:00-Musio Half Hour-Kb* "It's Rosahe. She's here Joe. I Harrigan." I aver .... 4G1 tel.whet. ........
There nft
institution of socialized medicine. If we 1:15-Happy Gang-rob* r know she's here." Joe went out into the halL He the strrvt was l,*. oshrieking :f ..M tithe
2:00: -Double or Notblnrab' He bent and kissed her. "You're looked out into the street Pat was c'.r.' at bulgy, glen. IIM4 1M ltim.o.II1MIa
MEMBER ((3)) 1948 get legislation providing for socialized Breakfast. In HolI'wOOd-abe dreaming Mom. You have to take I running up the block still carrying IrVIn tit* It...... .
MI .ts
17 le'.1
Queen for ""
a Da-mbe' '
it Rosalie don't know the dish cloth Joe stood
medicine, the cause of attaining that end easy. even I *
2:30-Serials for 1H hrs.-nb* we're. livin'. You know that. I irresolute confused. Then slowly "J..! It's the ..cM t. 11 *yro trip fh-. also. I..d.a .
will be traced to the medical men them- Bride and Groom-abe "But I heard her. Go look. She his eyes turned to the stain and conun' thY way" ... bi* ,..
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The Hop Chest-mb. .
selves. IGO-Ladlu was at the door. Go find her." traveled up. The next instant he There WM *. ......... .. ....
Red Censou B.Show Stated-mbs-aba Lottie gulped. told her it was was leaping up them three at atime. wail of the .*f... J_ ItYI
In Key West, as well as elsewhere in 3:30: -The House Party-cbs Mrs. Harrigan. She's always try- waving hAs .,... asri .........
Barn Dance Show-mbs ing to force her way in." Rosie.!!" to swing en a* the pert ......
IMPAGY.-1. FOR KEY WEST the United States, charges of doctors and 4:00-Hint Hunt Quiz-cb. "Joe. Go took I heard her. rm He called sortly but there was truck swept pt H* .I .. 41.the ....r P&O
ADVOCATED BT THE CITIZEN dentists have been mounting since the be- Second Honeymoon-aba going to get up." no answer:'He drew a deep breath M tHM. Pat pi.tti..d N .. ... I
4:30-Don: Amech. Talent-cbl Lottie frightened pressed her and there was magical fragrance seemed to see ti* fM at IM'. &. ...
ginning of the second World War. And 8:00:' Treasury; Band-cbs down again. Joe said. "I'll look. in it. He needed no more. Three stood with Ivwervd *>...

L Man KctcU tad Apartmenti. the end i is not yet in sight. The last few Kiddies b.tu-abc Hour and(west mba repeats I hr. Mom," and went'to open the front steps carried him behind the "Will. you pie*** s..m* .W : I'
X bM h sad Bathinf Pivillaa. door. There was no one there of chimney. She was there sittingon a fireman ...'. aft dwy. t .. .
days The Citizen has heard of bills that ) .. ......g w g ..
The hall deserted She
and Sea. course. was traveling bag. was ha s toe* ns belle "' ..t J
I. Ahya'ta-Lud have been rendered for doctors' and den- NETWORK PROGRAMSTime after being crowded the night before just a shadow but unmistakable. "1 know" : .... = .. U "It
4. ew-.W.ttca 01 County a13A and that day. It meant "Mom is walling for She M +
every- you. He mefeUiMxi .hie bps. *Y..J + aa tw
City Gormuntata.: tists' services that were in excess'of another is eastern standard. For u" one had accepted the combined heard your voice.* rk." =. hiAMltiir
.tral standard subtract on. hour for cam very word of the doctor ,and Father There still ho He
was answer !
CuainiiinltjAoditottom.. mountain standard subtract !
a. amounts that had come to the two -Pia,.. travel ." N -
".u.a. Some local stations, change. Toughey that Mrs. Monahan w Bout bent over the stiff erect' figure I p.
attention of The.Citizen. .i1' hour of relay' to fit leovl scbtdwlt of danger. He drew a deep and kissed her gently.: Iris voice: Lade ft-c .... .. delad RwS tlry TM a tUR .
Last minute program changes can.. "Joe get eft the .helek ... i1... ,
idea where choked in his throat.
breath. He had no was
_The:bourse followed by the professionin not bo included. Rosalie was. Probably far away, "Your heart brought you here.Don't ., riled. **P.t wM ,..*-" I j....... .... .... ..
since she hadn't been to churchfor make Mother pay for the Words died M .. MW ... Aia... r oO. talaml
recent has been closely in line with
MONOGRAPH years WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13 three Sundays.He hurts we caused She almost died She heMUIed. Mss Mi... I .4 to MM ... I" '
killing the'goose thatlays the golden eggs. went slowly back and shook last night She's better now but RoN hurrM ... rt ...... .....'
I..tWal I Il I'rofeMion Iveninf I Ion head. clv.'..g M __
fb TV ) his head at his mother's eager she wants you. Don't take it out eyes
While medical men are protesting againstthe 6:00-New.: Report 15 Mln.-nbo glance. "No, Mom. You dreamedit her." the glad cry of sys.*tM. sWsjbedroom i ..- tys.
Iia3t1./at.: socialize medicine Newscast Every DaycbsNetwork alL" She closed her "Lottie pushed me out" ff* wd fJMIaback ....
proposal to in this that's eyes ...
Silent Hour-abc-east .. tlwt --441
Hw saloon keepers of years Kiddies i Hour (repeat-abc-west and he went on back to the dining "Lottie always was a tool Here, In at tilt Ansngrurv ....aTo ......
>..v. country they are doing the very thing- :Network' Silent (1 br.)-mba-east room. Bella was washing dishes let me take your bag. ( ... .......Nt v.aa.te1/! w.ese rf.e
wfc rHHrht on prohibition because Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-wesl I I +
,11r. excessive charges-that helps to create I
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tlh.l .-...... their eu*tomer for monet public sentiment in favor of the federal 1:1S-Sport.and :A"latlonbs Music TlmsabeYou :BBIUIIIIIii8111111i11uufUi018n0811011n1I9nliInInflAKey;;;;;;; ;; I Your Desist .*.w the was 4 M p-IS.

+ ... t tea drink to excess: the doctors government stepping into the medical profession 4SewlI"ut: Lowell Thomas by Three(repeat-fibo 11)- bl Horoscope I dlNPflull\\ rftt !.> .... 4.w .....

w ....:..... wttl 1 bring on ftocial medi- and regulating its charges. 7:00-Supper The Beulah Club SkitcbsNews -nbc-baslo" West In I WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I soul but turn the ........ .*> .

for :' and Commentary-aba impove the cundit ms uf .4Ars '
.... .. atst441Rt of the high charges /
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London that the of
reports pepple 15 1948-A socialistic .
a c Fulton ewis. Jr.-IIIb. : temperament I i i i in.ii.iil Mrvken.. In many cases Great Britain are elated over the introduction 7:1*Jack-News Smith and Comment-nbo i Days Gone By is here indicated and liter t Ire_ -. h71
.>... rWrm are Inordinate.' of socialized medicine. '"Tho'usands of Daily Commeata"-abo ary activity. The disposition is g ii7fi ::;: twt'
Dinner Date-mbs I AS TAKEN FROM FILES : inclined to be jealous and dissatisfied 1 OIIT '
TilE ORACLE .:30-Smoothies Trio-nbo OF THE CITIZEN : : .
instances are cited where the poor had Bob Crosby, Club-cbe I OF I II ; the affections are roar 4crHOME .. '.--
Drama abaNews I DECEMBER 15. 1938 I I ,. .
Lon. Banger -
been unable to have their teeth} or general ..
Comment-mb. uiiiHiuunnumniuinimnuiiuiiiiiuiiimmiiiiiuniiiiPKey ., day anniversary last night in. her POPPING j
health 7:4S-1'l.' Comm.nt-Dba II
attended to and are now receiving home at 1123 Stump lane.
BRITISH STRENGTHEN ARMY News Broadcast-cbs: West Electric Company rnr rr

those senices.However. ':00 Sports- Comm.nt-mbs Darwood nba announced today that it had reduced 40t........ .......
: Blondle -
that may be, if socialized Mr. Chameleon. Drama cbs its rates. The reductions Today The Citizen says in an natRwrrua m11i -..-

'rate RHtixh Government is extending medicine comes in the United States, The Can You Amateur Top Thia Hour--n abo b. I ranging from 5.3 to 19.8 percent, editorial paragraph- ...... i1/1U-S. MM
apply to bills for this month's Democracies are stupidrAdolf ? 1 _
from S:3O-Ureat GUdersleeTO-nbe
.. r.eitid. .f mHitary conscription: "
doctors and dentists may "congratulate"themselves Dr. Christian Drama-cbs service. Hitler But not aUf. "f

tat..eih. to eighteen months despite the in being the major factors in High Adventure Drama-mbs #'
$: -HI Gardner Says-pt)>*. 1
t3ist iMttxMMjr of producing goods for making It a reality. 1OG-TtwI.: Duffy Ta ern- ,v Students in the Key West High I j; '. :
Yourongand MineebsMilton School held a fire drill this morn- "
In Wdrr to balance the nation's B rle Comedy-abo i I J
Si4isat Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mba ing. After the drill. Fire Chief I
trelaets. Sincerity is a great virtue rarely exhibited '::15-News Broadcast-mbst:30 Harry M. Baker went through !I! Where There'sHospitality CokeThere's
: -District Attorney Drama nbo the schoolhouse with the students -:
and seldom appreciated
A. V. Alexander Minister of Defense, .James ttelton Concert cbs
and pointed out to them
\ Groucho Marx Quli-aba
/ttpht/6rtRg 1 the longer period of service '
Family Theater-robs the fire hazards. ,

.... the( d..4y* in nettling the peace Barnum knew what he. was talking :55! -News for S Minutes-mba nb I
10.00-The Big Story Drama-
....... i"i Bwrape. and the failure of the about when he asserted that-# sucker was' Time's a Wastio'-cb: Number of old-age pensions
Crosby Tim*-abc
fling ,
...... Natfcm. to reach agreement on born every minute but when he made that Manhattan Playhouse-mb. granted in Monroe county has !
10:30-Curtain Tim Drama.beCapital increased to 458, the State Wel-
...... ttll6.oHona, made it impossible for statement the population of the earth was Cloakroom-cb. fare Board informed The Citizen

MM Hriia4n to rely on "collective secur- not as great as now so the number is much Meredith Dance Orchestra Willsoa-Sbo.-abo mbs today. Aid to the blind in the

.. ":Oo-News. Variety. 1 hrs.-cb: county totals 97. I
News'& Dancing Hour-abo
News. Dance Band S hrs.-mba
TW fta'a1 l of the Labor Govern-
p-rtt p
11:15-News & Variety to '1-nbc The cost of operating the public ,
wrrv rtronbly supported by the Con- TOO LONG FOR DECISIONIn 12:00-Dancing Continued;iabc-wttt schools in Monroe last year I

twtfath. Party which, nevertheless, was Subscribe To The Citizen. amounted to $99,101, acording to ] :
connection with current 3 statement issued by State Superintendent : fI
....... "kal of MJ'luandering.| charg- proposalsthat

Ik lfc4 the. Government had squandered11MIraltta lobbyists be thoroughly investigated LEGALS I Colin English. I :

f military resources,, which it we call attention to the law passed by Isadore Weintraub was reelected I -
lilt .I/t.4I 'ht 1945. Congress in 1946 that requires ((1)) per- \ : "XTTITKNOT1CK president last night of the a

.,... new dispatch indicates that the sons, groups or organizations lobbying for the undersigned.IS HKUKHY. denirlna JIVKN t,..enicage that Young Men's Democratic Club at

Msh/sh r..*
IIgttr. ii .f keeping peace in the world with Congress and ((2)) that' they file S24.Florida Southard intends Street to register K.y"e..l.saidfictitious 1 F i I A 1+.

w13Mi1 .U b"4flg advocated by sentimental- quarterly reports of money. received. and the Circuit name Court with of Monroe the clerk County.of Representative Bernie C. Papy, 6 s I
who attended of the
lM. in iMa The how and why spent. : : Florida a meeting '
reuntry. British
evidently I Dated November 21, 1 1918. State Road Department in Miami ae4eAL
in iHat l..Mt." In security by solitary dis- : The passage of such a law was well E. V. KINSMAN Sole Owner. yesterday, informed The Cit- I' t4J

M113amtM. nor do they apparently accept I within the power of Congress and certainly n o v.Y 4;lec.l-8-15l)18. izen today that $100,000 was earmarked I
to construct road
a new j
lilt h.4irf UNIt peace will automatically be a valid exercise o( legislation in the NOTIfK OF I\TK' 'TIO\' TO M4KKAI from Big Pine to Ramrod Key, '

... |........ Set those who "love" mankind. public interest. While it is proper, no 'rl.lC Dltl'II4RGF-'TIO> FOR FINAL.' and $48,000 to resurface a stretch I I 111 4 14 : _

(Probate LAW IStfVI of road from Tavernier to Snake' r
doubt for to make
people representationsin > CO! HT OK Tnt CO!'\TVJIIMiK. Creek. j ,
ARE SCHOOLS SLIPPING? regard to pending legislation there is STITK. OP:MOtHOKl'NTI.Fl.Olllllt." II PIIOTIi. -. .

every reason why paid lobbyists shouldbe In H re\ the. Estate of Miss Ottilie Roberts daughter

'""' MHnWr of chool-ape children in identified and their practices regulated. JAMKS It STOWERS.LXHreaced. I of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Roberts. I
celebrated her seventeenth birth-
.*.. t'toHml' states dropped between 1940 The law in question is now in the To All Whom It May Concern: ..e. t
Notice la hereby given that Rulle
...I u 4T, .but will rise again when theMw.r courts. The National Association of Manufacturers Pitcher Slower has filed her final' I
report ax Executrix of the estate of I..ware .
baby crop comes of school age, filed a suit last January, tine James filed IS.her Stow.petition.,... decea for tfnal..ed:' that discharge. Coughs i .. ; r.I 1 : t

loW ( MM Bureau reported today. questioning provisions.of the law. The ,. and that she will apply to
the Honorable Raymond R. Lord From Common Colds I r
TW wrMM |. ige population, figured from matter pends in a Federal District Court.In County Jude of Monroe County. r -
}Florida on the Ixt' day of January II e
I.. IT years of age declined 1.4 per cent a couple of years, perhaps,the issue 1H! '. for approval of name and for : ThatHAHGOHCreamulsioa .. .ifI

...... !.4H tu July I, 1947 the bureau said. will get to the U. S. Supreme Court anda estate final discharge of James a8 K Executrix Slower, deceaxed. of the- relines promptly bcciaw :
tW on this soth day of November. it goes right to the seat of the troubleto I I
last July was 29,317,000. decision will be rendered.We .
UU.IU'I.J help loosen and expel germ laden t I II I-
Th. drop the bureau explained was call attention to the delay in con- Executrix of 0' phlegm and aid nature to soothe and I I '

.. hi decline in R. Stowers, i wea..d. heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial i i ,
a the birth rate in the nection with the test of the constitution- John G. sawyer. -V. mucous membranes.your druggistto .

,....'s 19W-1942. The birth rate has gone ality of an important public law. In this Attorney for. Executr Dec.l-B.Tt.22.1948.. -?..' :! I IOTI'F. sell you bottle of Creomulsionwith

......... wme the S I the understanding you must like I
till .r. war. country, it is possible for any citizen or \ OK 1\TF'\TIOY TO III-'Kp'1 the wy it quickly allays the cough 1I 1

Tian Mhool-age population fell l off in corporation to tie up the enforcement of a APPLICTIO% FOH_FINALDIn'HARI I or you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. I II

!....-* re. Mate. Pennsylvania and New statute during the pendency of a prolonged (Probate Law 1S31) I I

Y. Hi ilmnfrd 1 more than 200.000 each judicial process. IV COI .RT MONROE OF THE COT\T1.rOf TVJflX.F : :{I forCoughsChestColds.Bronhito j 4

...| 1MMed.! Inland and North Dakota had "'a ? While the teIrtionality" the_c sthtt: BATE""*"*: OF FLORIDA..qj-tiosletaslsall IV. PHO- I I r

tfc. Met?*** I h **-14 per cent each. of '"statutoryyStiegIsl&tUnfs; jl$ 'In Matilda re me Mendel.Estate Deceaxed of ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand

CWormla. on the other hand gained portant, there should be some plan where- To Notice All Whom Ix hereby It May giver Concern that Adela: I

4..eMHt MHeel-age Kantor. filed her final report ax Ad- EQUIPMENT
children an increase by the fundamental rights of citizens
can ministratrix of the estate of )Ia- 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250
rf If." cent. That be tilda Mendel, deceased T' that she I t
per was the biggest in- protected and, at the same time, the en- filed her petition for final dixchanre. -

e'..lad1. am**..g fifteen states with gains. forcement of a statute, such as the one the Honorable. and that Raymond she will,K.apply. Lord to: |I'I ANNOUNCEMENT I -1,.J.r tt I4r..y M

.'aJtdfllPtltf1 was second County Judge of Monroe County Starting Saturday Nov. 27.
( with 121,000, or under discussion begin. Certainly, no fun- Florida on the 24th day of November. : t.5tk 1115(11 .IMiM w. t t4t.,
lint ,.,. cent.Who damental liberty would be endangered if 1S48. for approval of name aid We will be open Saturdaysfrom e.

professional lobbyists were required to trix for. final deceased of the, discharge estate of as Matilda"Administra'Mendel I 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. aetlll* b's... a......... oe Mg .... Nsd f..e.

remembers when the economists register for a few years and even if the Dated. this 30th day of November. "See Our Christmas Card E

tf .... Mitien. were worried ab.out a .$60-. law is eventually declared! unconstitutional 194$Administratrix' ADELA of tho-ostata KANTQR.t cf I Selection. KEY WEST O\.cUI.: .1 INi1't1JMi tlr1.M". It

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I seasoning until they are l chtI It
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for each insertion but the vertisements is invariably in OFFICE .{during the illness of our loved v... Carl Lana ......
minimum charge for the first advance but regular advertisers Business office in The CitiE! I
one, Juana D. Amable. We wish Luke LanAi Mart thew.
15 words or less is 3Oc. ,w th ledger accounts may zen Building corner Greene !' StORAGE 'f. ,;. .i
j toespecially; express our appreciation FernaiMtoc, Man Ma'
: their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door =i
Black Face Type lave to =I .
Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor to'Dr. Lester. Pastor Rod. SKrarec.DtuoMra. A.... Aaj.-1
The rate for blackface type charged. right on entering building. commercial. Phone 79ft. rlguez,and the Odd Fellow.Cuto Ita ....... ........ Ib....4
gave the use of their can for the Vire*.. fb11MaMoot. ....
ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED: under the following conditions: In the event of error in advtrtislaff. -! LOST funeral and those who contribut. Mw..... ..... C........
transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED'' ed floral offerings. We asMirc one McQuawa.Son .
ADVERTISING and in :DISPLAY Y :ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by' Lady's black purse near South and all that their kind deed will. -- -
.... of the advertisement wher.'th, occurs I be remembered
part error ard and Duval. Saturday eve- always Horn T,i .lies,
--- ---- ----- ---- ning. Reward. Phone 159 1-M.


Large store. 218 Simonton, 35x60. Small hotel in downtown Key Cocker Spaniel about 2Vi :i BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESWould wen Wr a 1101)' :
Reasonable. Phone 682. ask for West Fla., contains 8 large Two furnished houses desirable" years old. Was last seen on' ,..........." .........c M
It:,. dec2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two location. Write owner, Box, porch December 13th on Si over $50 a day business in Me.Mnl. HtefHei to Mr
apartments. All in perfect XY c/o Citizen. declO-lOtx I monton at 1115. Reward offered summer and its up to you in Mrs. R rwhe Tar***. TMlane .....
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS condition. Large lot and good to anyone who can give information the season be interesting This TW a._
money maker. Must disposeon Best buy in town. Waterfront as to where the dog business natural for a couple I eight puUMta. aced tee.
Furnished 2% -room apartment account of health. Box 532, home with dock. Furn >hcd.I can be found. (sd)Albert Diaz.dec52tx. or two working people. The I named J.*... Daiuei.
Utilities furnished. $25.00 week- Key West, Florida. Two bedrooms. Two baths. equipment inventory and stockis ._-.-- -
ly. Sea Isle Apartments. 915 decl-tf $8500. $2500 cash, balance like worth the $1500 asked. Living
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1328 Street.
decl-tf rent White
Windsor Lane. too. Rent $1300per
FOR SALE-USED CARS decl5-tf PERSONAL quarters week summer, $20.00 win hue )4..1y General ........
and for Every Lead FnHy Iaa.r.4
)Modern furnished efficiency ter. Business closed now
Bertha Beers Chase Yoga read
bedroom apartments. Yearly orMason 1936 Buick fair shape and 1940 FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS daily. 1 to 9 P.M. Trailer inventory. A Duval Street ISLAM air Tiu.vm:
rentaL Pine Plaza Chrysler club coupe. Very clean. from bus in Mara- Business too. Call owner, Phone U' U4 S..tkr4 Si.I .
across stop
1301 Truman Ave. nov3GtfAp<I'MDts. Fluid and overdrive. 240-C White enamel. $2.75. Outside thon. decl46txREPAIRSRADIOS 432-W (Walter Beebe). I RESIDENT PHONE IWa-M
Poinciana, TeL 1050-J. white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per dec:1: -1t.
Electric kitchen. dec14-3tx ,, ------ -
I gallon, up. 50-ftv W garden t
Per day or season. 909 Elizabeth hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 SI Ltj 1 \ W ....
Street dec6-tf Five-pas.>enger Crosley car, 1948 I Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf Radio repairs: while-U-wait. Low I I 98 r THI S (.0\.1,...... ."" ++ ,.,. 98, ,

model low mileage, new con standard prices by catalog. 14 NtMfllttAtiWtt! 'tUn I
I\uaLIbed apartment.3 rooms and dition. Forty miles to Key West coconut braid hats years radio experience in man-
bath. Janitor service Located 1005 Flagler ganon.1 Seminole Indian skirts. Cook ufacturing plants. 1116 Whitehead BALL POINT PEN .i j
., linens and utilities fur- Price, $67: .00. Book and its herbs and seasonings Street nov30-28tx I
... i WITH A it TIAI totmtM utvtci POLICY
nished. Coral Hotel Apart. at the Marshall Studio ; I
menu, opposite Post Office. FOR SALE-BOATS AND Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate i II -
dec7-21t MARINE MOTORS limelade garlic olives coconut "

candy and turtle soup. service domestic or S wtrm TO I YtAts wrmovT MMUM .
FOR I\DIT-HOTEL ROOMS Gray marine engines and service. dec3-15-17-3t commerciaL Holbrook Refrig- Nla'saris ....... w.Mdr ..... .. ... M.. .-w..M s- .
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1/.M wa. .r.a..rL r--
C. R. Smith opposite Firestone eration Service, Phone 724-W. ... C.'a w.ewM r..a wLI Loa s..... lava. N
aerseHotet low :::. +.. r..+ iae. t..r lt.a ..1.-= .
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rates. Coffee Station, Marathon. decl-lmo Bundles of old at 1- dec4-6tx a.src r. e
newspapers J.... 55.. W w iw. .....
shop, bar. decl-lmo I I e%nt each bundle. Inquire at aM M .

Good fishing boat 34 x 9V The Citizen Office. nov20-tf .SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN I ..aICcatra1Pharmacya'Idieatlial.ius1'"
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS beam. Priced for immediatesale. I ---

AND ROOMS Phone 160. decl3-3t Christmas lite special, Noma
bubble lites $3.00; General I
The Stub Hotel 410 Fleming] 9.8 h.p. Johnson Sea Horse outboard Electric series liter $1.19; in-
Street has an efficiency apt motor. 14' plywood dependent burning indoors
and several sleeping rooms va-I boat Call 452-J. decl3-3tx I $2.39; outdors. $2.79. Poor Old
r.aL Low weekly or monthly Craig 1019 White. dec3-6tx
rates. dec7-tf,, Marine plywood boat 9 ft, excellent -
m condition, $55.00. 46 White rubber wringer rolls foi I
FOR RENT-ROOMS t Rest Beach. dec4-6tx all washers. Phone 1164-M.
dec13-6t *
Reigns and light housekeeping FOR SALE -GIFTS I
rooms. $3 to $1$ per week. 411 CHRISTMAS CANDLES .
William Street nov2726txIG.nme ,I GIFT SUGGESTIONSWe Masterpieces of handi-craft and .

.have many for you. Have color; for holiday cheer and
for rent Cheap. Phone you seen the new ovenware gifts. .
1174. declO-6tx and Luxembourg coffee makers -I CAROLINE SHOP on Ann Stdec33t
I ? The French porcelainbells Electric Rates Favor
Large well \rntilated sleeping ? I I
rooms at weekly rates. Maid CAROLINE SHOP on Ann St I
service. Young's Tourist Rest We Wrap for Mailing I j Child's automobile 6-year-old
$1721 Flagler Ave. 1172-J. decH-2tl I size. Practically new. Phone Use
\., dec5-tf I I j 466-M. decl52txElks Complete

FOR J\EKT-HOUSES I gold ring, set' with five
Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply small diamonds.: $30.00. 702
Ck.ipleUIy furnished one-bed- 132 Simonton. Phone 287. Elizabeth Street dec5-2tx
( room house: for season. Apply dec3-3tx -- :- ,.,....:.E.ur.1 L o/apple rusts innr* 'than- q..u;' -

,.ill Packer Street (rear). FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES but the price of each apple is test. The rust fur mils
FURNITURE St APPLIANCES apple goes dorm eren snore when ytm buy them by the

)'... Rent-Season, twobedroomJwu.e. Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Art bushel. While electricity isn't sold by the tfiturt or bushel,
furnished. Excellent lo- General Electric washing ma man Press, Citizen Bldg., Phone
cation. Call 667J. decU-tf chine. $40.00. Phone 1164-M. 51. nug2-tf the price of each kiloiratt hour dues fu i/uirn u. mttrrelectricity
decl l-7t is used.
Household effects. Living room
Small efficiency cottage. Couple dining room *and bedroom DECORATORSWe
only, Utilities furnished. $18.00per suites. Six months old. Excellent increased stock
have our When you already have tights, other small week. 800 Simonton Phone condition. Phone 382-W. giving you a wide selection of
414. dec4-3tx dec3-6tx fabrics for Slip Covers, Up- a Refrigerator, it costs rery little to ur an electric Hanpr.If'hen .

holstery and Draperies. Manyof hare added an electric Range, can use an
yon you
FOR RENT: -BUNGALOWS Lovely davenport that makes in- the newest patterns. Exceptional -
to bed, plus.upholstered chairto values from $1.25 up. electric Water Healer at a very low ra',.. Any further apphanees *
Furnished two-bedroom bunga- match. Odds and ends. Call t CAROLINE SHOP
trill at cost foir that it cannot he
I operate a so
low. Downtown area. $75 per 1043-R. dec13-3tx on Ann Street decll-tf

month. Telephone 124 or f equalled by any otheroirer. service.One .

Boy's 20" bicycle, Irish mail I Two Persian kitte s. Pedigree
Lowe' Boat Rental Service. small tricycle, all used. Phone papers may be had. One
New Mercury outboard motors Naval Base Ext. 8237. I orange and one black. Key Service Saves
and Ramsey plywood boats and dec3-3t West Garden & Lawn Supply,
rowboats Visit Stock Island 914 Fleming, Phone 1019.
today and fish your worries '28" bicycle newly painted $25.00. decH-tl

away. declO-6tx Whitney Steer-O-Matic wicker The best service is the one that does ALL the jobs he.,.
type stroller. $10.00. Apt. 45-1
FOR RENTBUSINESSPLACES Poinciana. dec4-3tx WANTED Find out today line YOU can CO ALI,ELECTHIC: lime

Lady's 26" bicycle. Good condi- Want you to share with less fort- little it trill cost and hurt much it trill yield inconveniences

Large store corner Truman tion. $15. 1320-A Seminary St. unate at Xmas. Phone 637Stell's and economy on Kt'KKY household job
Avenue and White Street Excellent Phone 862-R. dec14-3tx I ( Beauty Nook) for BPW
location. Call owner member to pick up donation

8S-J. dec4-5tx FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES. 1 I for poor dec4-15-17-20-4t
Three-wheel Cushman utility
Experienced girl for uniform alterations scooter, 6x6 tires. Johnson, Ft.
Apply 419 Southard. Taylor Trailer 37, or Shore Patrol s
dec9-6tx Station. dec5-2tx

l .
Waitresses. Experienced. Tray FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
service and arm service. See f
Mr. Mills, La Concha Hotel Stock Island, over 400 ft. oceanfront \If ..,. I\
dec3-3t Bargain. Must be sold seeA\ MA City Electric System
at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen -

Need money but unable to work decl-tf gttllI
full time Earn substantial in I e"'t""
come. Hours at your convenience. Dining room seating 77 persons. 1eITttftrIf'M
Write street address to 2 and 4 bedroom furnished
Avon Products, Inc. P. O. Box' homes. Immediate delivery. _f".r

1101, W. Palm Beach Fla. 8, 12 and 22 unit apartment J *
dec 15-61. houses. Apartment and hotel -D,s Yr.

1 sites. Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming -

Furniture Moving I
General Hauling i
Every Load Fully Insured Picture framing, pictures framed
ISLAND CITY TRANSFER. and matted. DiNegro's 614 The Hobby Shop

Noted 166 E. V. Kinsman Francis, Phone 1197-M i
dec5-4t de4-23tx' 1105 TRUMAN AVENUE
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uamaalmmtsamauuul at Woman's Missionary Union Of First -.j 1-- 425 Will Give .TODAVSrr lIT.

Baptist Program, MeetingOn Christmas Party ..
Know Am Rt>)
Br NIftA LESLIE GULEY Monday, Dee 6 the Woman' '
program were: Mesdames Marie 7 189 C. '
Henry Carey.
The Citizen Offcce-51 Missionary Union of First Metcalf Leona Collins Edna Al- To'Kids Wed.The
Phones Baptist Church held its monthly -I bury. Jeannette Janks 'Pearl : publisher country first

Residence-629-XJ program and business meeting Papy and Buchanan. USS Trumpetfish.. (SS 425),\ great economist, son of rioted

.... 10tlglllYIUWWWYAlU8Wl811n1111mI10UI'rogranl JIDIIIWltIIIlIItllIlttlHtIflllt in the Church. Mrs. Edna Al- The business meeting followed one of the local Submarines of''! publisher, born there. Died Oct

bury president presiding. { with reports from chairmen of Submarine Squadron Four will i 13, 1879.
Of "Follies Of 1949" To Be The meeting opened with the j committees, and assignments for |
W. M. U. hymn "0 For a Thousand -I[December were presented. Mrs. give a Christmas party on board 1831-Franklin H. Sanborn.

Presented Tonight Tomorrow Tongues To Tell" Mrs. Ele- Liunael Negrin of for some of Key West's young noted Concord Mass.. journalist,
Night gave a report
philosopher, born'
nor Benntee led the opening I the Mission Circle. Mrs. Edna Al- gentlemen at 2:30 p. m. Wednes-

By Jr. Woman's Club At high School prayer.. I J bury reported that the Lottie day, December 22. .*> 24.Hampton 1917. Falls, N H. Died .Feb...

Program chairman. Miss Holly| Moon Offering for Foreign Missions Among those attending will be i 1837-George Brown Post

The entire program of the I)rue Pent; Dancers. 'Kay Brown Johnson presented the program, during the Week of Prayer Edward Sawyer, Butch Parker, i famed New York original architect

.tollM'S of 1949." which will open 1'Nathalie Knight Marge Sjursen. the theme for December being, Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, amounted to Billy Ranger, David Jenkins, ,born in New York. Died

toftrght at the High School at 'Catherine Mersonf Gloria Ace- "Good Tidings" of Great Joy To 20316. the largest offering this Sammy Harm Pedro Puebla. Nov. 28. 1913. .

a-eo p. m.. has now been made : vedo Betty Goring Belva Busto. All People. WMtJ had ever made for Foreign Herbert Quesada. Manuel Perez I I r 1843-:-Anne H. Wharton. Philadelphia
avwiahle. and is given below. I I I Mary Kraft Lois Busto; pad bad Mrs. George M. Ray led devo- I Missions. The, meeting closed Mario Disdgierett, George Disd- I writer on colonial day

The Follies. ," a presentation of :man solo Roy Schneider. tionals. Others taking part in the with prayer by the president gierett Douglas Allen Gilbert J: and ways, born in Cumberlandi

the Key West Junior Woman's.dwti. : Key Westerners. ,- .. Allen Ronald Allen, Donald Allen -
I, Musicians --- --------- -- ------ '--- ----- i i Co., Pa. Died July 29. 1928.
will have two performan- Mary Kraft Roy Schneider; soloists Claude Branley, Peter LaI I, 1848-(100 years ago) EdwinH. tonight and the other tow Violet Summerall and Louis Business Womau9s Circle'Of Baptist i Torres, Fred Carnival, Bobbie Blashfield. eminent mural
...".... Thursday night Follow- Anastasia; dancers, Edna Hoff Carnival. Ortenio Keen and ,i artist born in New York. Died

tnsl ti TM>rrow's performance Katherine Merson, Nathalie }f'. M. U. Organized Last Thursday Thomas Marchante. I t Oct. 12, 1938. will lie. a cabaret party forte Knight Joan Elbertson. Jessie I 1858-Mary H. Willard, New

__.. of the cast at Raul's Michael Mary Kraft Bob Brown On Thursday evening of last Mrs Chard Skaggs, program Four Births In I York Sounder of a new business,

Club on the BoulevardFuNawinc ), !>!' Dick Zook, John Romero. Chas. week, the Business Woman's Circle : chairman.Mrs. I prepared food for convalescents,

the Overture Part I Albury, James McIntyre, Nick of the Baptist W.M.U. Newman secretary I Naval leader of women supplying sur-
.l HM will was organized I HospitalA
JII'UIIram present thet.Fiwirt Potente.
Mrs. Irma Braxton, treasurer. gical dressings in World War L
.: There will then be at the home of Mrs. Edna I i
an inter- Mrs. Camille Robinson, stewardship five pound, five born in Jersey City, N. J. Died
Key West Kaper: Soloist. Harry mission of fifteen minutes, following Albury W.M.U. president. ounce son .Mar. 29, 1926.
HHMM'uurt: Specialty which Part II will take This circle is especially for the II.J. Mrs Julie Knight.. Comm. Missions was born in the U. S. Naval Hos-
pital to Mrs. Romaine Britts. wife
$ : darters Gail Wal- place. ladies of the Church who are .
Read the Classified Ads
Iww. Ovirvn of Harry Nelson Britts, TMC .
Marge employed and
Sjur. Overture. Rhythm Rhapsody unable to attend i i Mrs. Julie
.., Gibson Mission USS Sarsfield. section base. The
.. J4IIwDaU..n..
Floyd Roberts Soloist Bonnie Pent; Specialty, afternoon circle meetings.i t study.
baby has been named James Ells-
link tiu.pwn. Members of theCa..t Marge Sjursen Dancers The meeting opened with
Belva prayer I I Mrs. Connie Demeritt social worth.
+rny. Busto, Lois Busto, Olive Gato by Mrs. Leona Collins. Mrs. Al chairman. I Register Nowt'This !
ftt.tM. WASH A six pound eleven ounce .
n Announcer Mary Kraft Rosemary Demeritt bury spoke briefly on the duties Others
Cki*.tr Knowle: Trio Joan Ell Gloria Acevedo, Claudia Watler and qualifications of each offi I I present Mrs. Ethel daughter was born to Mrs. Ann
Kennerly Mrs. Verna
.*tuft. Rtwt-mary Dementt Nellie Trujillo. Lowe, and Eustache wife of Robert L. Eus- I Means 'You'Get
cer.Election Mrs. Leona Collins W.M.U. vice- tache, TM2., USS Gilmore AS16.
CtMtftw Wfttk-r. Faye Roberts Editor Skit Dick Zook, Jim of officers followed.!I Pres.A '
the has
baby been named Bar-
Mn LH I, Olive Gato Mrs. Thelma j
: denser. Jack Saunders. Mike Porch Chairman. social Details From ,
period followed
withserved' bara Ann. I :
J.*.k Sounders. Art At, Saunders, Mike Vonesh Mrs. Alice Ramerigo, i
the co-chatr refreshments :
Home-r't ( by the boat i A five four Jack Baker
Mar..: 11_... Jim stooges. man : pound ounce son I .

f... Ortendw Ecquinaldo; Milkman skit. Joan Elbertsonand __.______ oss. wife was born of Billie to Mrs. Dorothy Fox, '!: About the "
.H...< Joint J. Romero Chester Knowles.. -- -- Ray Fox, BM2.
Chr. Femme Waltz I Blimp Ron 2, Del 6, Boca Chica. :
Time. Onentalle. Officers
Dancers Belva Wives
MMes.My. Mn Dow ki Hold Monte The baby has been named Billie $5 Christmas.
; Busto. Gloria, Acevedo. Lou Bus-
Mnr Brtty .i'lnJrr.... Hub, Specialty Simpson SaIOiS'-1 to Nellie, Mary Trujillo Kraft Marge Betty Sjursen Carlo Night At Officers Club Saturday Ray.A six pound six ounce daughter j J
Goring, .
Ptfai.e.. diapt'erq Betty Katherine "" was born at the U. S. Naval! Gift AwardA '
Brown; Maharajah ofj I It has been :
announced that the
!, Charles Albury, Magador. proceeds derived from it will go Hospital to :Mrs. Gladys Hugh,
t Kingman Curry; Slaves'< Officers Wives Club will sponsor to the various national wife of Lester Hugh, TMC A. U
tltm4u.. B u b Brown. Marge Dick Zook Jim Glenser. I charitable $5.00 Plant Will Be
a gala Monte
Night at the W. school, section base. She
'JSos.s'e. Cattwlane Meson organizations such as the Red has
......, Belly Goring Olive Gato.'' Amelia South and of Key Danny West.Acosta Specialty I Officers Club at Fort Taylor on Cross Cancer Fund March of been named Katherine Grace. 'I I Awarded on Chritlma

I...... ....., Nslhe Trujillo. ba dancers, Joan Elbertson;,rum Polly Saturday at 8:30.December 18th, beginning Dimes, Community Chest and Ere and Delivery kill
Mjrte Www, I others. Make a'quick icing for an 8 or
commentator and Carbonell. Betty Saunders The be Made on That Date
I governing board of the Several prizes are to be awarded 9 inch square of plain white
WWt am** John Rosemary Dementt Betty Goring club is directing the affair the during the evening beautiful cake by melting two or three
Stooges Ro- .
I Mary Kraft Belva Busto
....., F x Roberts Barbara Olive Fats Charles Albury, John, chairman Harris of, who which is is also Mrs. Morgan prizes, and there will also be I tablespoons of butter or margarine ': JACK BAKER'SNURSERY
0J_ Mclnt chairman fortunetellers to entertain the in a skillet and adding a
>re Romero Jack Saunders Orlando of
Naval Officers
Fla iise of a Fashion. Mrs. I'jEsquinaldo, Nick Potente, Jim I Wives Club. guests, together with several third cup of brown sugar: mix
Members of the club and their oher innovations, all well over low heat, then add
Fire. Humary Demeritt Mrs. denser. Bob Brown, James Mclntyre calculated a 3391 Avenu ": "
N..rrp OIIGato; Mrs Mar- guests attend the event and to make the event a huge success.I cup of shredded coconut. Spreadover
.. the surface of the cake PHONE 1W-W
... Soloist Claudina La Fe. --- -- ----- -- ------ -- -. and ,
H......... Harmonies Dance Specialty Dancers toast carefully in the broiler. j
,... Btltv Marge Congregation B'nllj Zion To Hold --, --- -,--- ---
Strnpnon; Specialty Sjursen and Charles Albury. -- --- --

Vtutit Suainwall soloist Bon Finale Entire Company.

-_ --- -- ------ - ..., Great Chanukah Program Dec. 26th

*ftiVfOf The Congregation B'nai Zion I The Chanukah event is for the IT'S THE. ..
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lligratiott'Subject I Synagogue for Sunday the presentation School is rehearsing of-I' purpose of celebrating the victory I

I Tory IV/wMHf, Lecturer, At Audubon a great Chanukah program which: of the Maccabees. duringthe nTLE TH.\\\G.S

will take place on Sunday. December I reign of King Anti>bches .

Society Screen Tour Here Friday Night I Rabbi 26th Abraham at 7:00 p.Schwarz m. is.,. had many died.years after King Solomon* ,

The n rt i,uie lure. oi the north the riddle of migration. Peterson -- directing the program and the :I Following the THAT COUNT AtPOLLOCK'S'

in M', lag .,n;,) c> the south in the I according to Stuart S. Whiting children are being coached by : presentation of a.i ,
President Mrs. May Kaplan Mrs. Sandra : the program the ladies of the
I (ail COo \jl: m Health, ot material of the Monroe
I County Audubon Society is Silberman and Miss Mitzi Car- | Congregation B'nai Zion will

'10 I.E'IL'II: : IIKKK I driving to Key West on Friday bonell teachers in the Sunday I I give a party which will be at-
I after delivering his lecture to a School I[tended by children and adults.

large audience in Miami on --

Thursday night. Navy Wives 1 I Calendar Of
1 /
As part of the Audubon Screen

I Tours, Peterson will attempt to To Bowl AtSeaplane Coming Events { l ,
ft, I shed light on such questions as j
I Why do birds "
migrate How far
i do they traveL How do they find Base I f2 /
Meeting. Key West Busmesu r v K. SOlid cold
their way What does bird migration -
I have During the two weeks that the and ProfeSiionaWomen'a ring with baby'sinitial.
to do with man'seconomic
U. S. Club 800; PAL, Woman's : .
: situation Why does Naval Station Bowling Al- I
Clubhouse on Duval Street.
man depend on the movementsof leys are being re-finished the Opening Night "Follies of I $29
birds, and others equally in' Navy Wives will bowl at the ,
1949 Sponsored by JuniorWoman's
tereating Color motion pictures Seaplane Base Alleys on IOIC cold en.Q .
Club 8 00 P.M., 'I
,rf taken by a group of the country's day and Friday mornings School ; Rr.vcd one for robits.
High Auditorium.
leading natural history photographers a. m. until noon.. Tues-I .
will lend added realism Lucille Blais 159, was Regular meeting Navy Wives $250
Club No. 88, 2 p. m. NCCS.Dr. .
t I
r f to his excellent and entertaining scorer yesterday; Vivian Driver '
4 Herman K. Moore,
( guest
discussion. 138, and Frances Gainer 136 speaker. fox ,olio colde

I It is anticipated that a large tied for second place Dorothy 'HURSDAY. DECEMBER 16th- rine with tiny
audience of school children will Gravat, 128 placed third. stone
Christmas Program 6B Clashes,
be present to enjoy Mr. Peter Other players were the Mesdames -
ROGER TORY PETERSON under direction Mrs.
of Earl '
l son's afternoon talk at the .High Emily DesArnuer, ...CorkyHerron ; s44s .
I)I. Hamilton and Mrs.
-:; [School x>a Friday afternoon' Peggy White, Verat.'WXwd, : Ez Floi-j $3.20
the lc: ,lure program in w hich' I ence Mulhnax teachers and Babys fork and
I ooclock, while adults will Madelene Taylor, .dine Tucl>{.ii spoon m
I Itiittcr To v Peterson follows the ; have an opportunity to partici- Pearl Wood Barbara MacLeah. Miss Catherine Logan, music finest sterling silver.J' .

bolds' crothe latitudes from 'I.toIM' pate in his experiences in the I Betty Hartman'and Jeanne Reynolds teacher. Morning chapel period -
at o'clock ,. 9:00 o'clock, Division i
tu oni seeking to solve evening session eight
( Street Elementary School!
NCCS Executive
.. Secretary
--- -- --- --- --- ,Eileen Coughlin Playlet, "Fir Tree" followedby )
was scorekeeper si
I Red Cross: Community Service Group The .annual turkey award will Poinciana Christmas School Pageant Christmas i '

Program 1;30 P. M. at the
be made to the winner of the i '
Week ActivitiesPaul School.
."tnnounces'Christmas Handicap Tournament Next / H
Tuesday at the Seaplane Base Closing Performance "Follies 3
Sawyer, chairman of the song fest in the wards by members Alleys. of 1949", Sponsored by Junior '
I' I 4i Gold-idled locket
Red Cross Community Service of the Junior Red Cross. Woman's Club 8:00 PM. and chain. '

announced the following !1 December 23, the Gray Ladies High School Auditorium. ,
committee -
Sgt. Summers I Cabaret Party for Cast following -I T. Sterling silv t $v$
activities, have been planned:I II will have an afternoon party in t teething nn+ "
the wards, which will also in- show Raul's Club.
for patients at the U. S. Naval( elude bingo.Chrismas. Visiting Archer FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17th- I Sterling or silverplate ; 52.40

HtwfMtal during Christmas week. I I Eve the patients will Audubon Society Screen Tour., s4' s'

December 16, V. F. W. Auxiliary : be entertained by the American Family Here Key West High School. 2:00.:

will sponsor a bingo party I Legion and on Christmas Day: P.M., children: 8:00: P.M."j I
II the patients will receive presents Mr. and Mrs. John Archer of Adults. Roger Tory ,'
in the wards of the hospital. Mrs
I i from the Fleet Reserve Aux- 425 Francis street have as their I, speaker. j
Vanessa Saunders is chairman,I iliary. the Woman's Club, the guest Master Sergeant Thomas, Closing of Public Schools of

for the group. Christmas carols : Rotary Club, the Junior Woman's Summers, U.S.A., who will be Monroe County for Christmas I i

will be included in the program. i j Club i and Maxwell's remembered by the many friends and New Year's Holidays.{, spoon

December 20, the Catholic. The La Concha Navy Wives' he made while here three years Programs, parties, luncheons i Sterling- '
!I I Club will hold open* house in the ago. and exchanging of gifts in -
Daughters of America with i I i I Recreation Hall on the morning Sgt. Summers is stationed at I individual classes of all public SZ.40 Solid for baby.Cold'flop

c"hauman11'5.. Pauline Finder' New Year's Day. Fort Winfield Scott, San Francisco schools. i Stcfling comb and
and assistants Miss Anna Cochran I'i}I lof The Junior Red Cross membersin CalU having gone thereafter {. Poinciana School Christmas brush set. 6 ? e r $3'5 a

Mrs. Florence Dion and Harris and Division Street two years of duty in the Party. 1 P. M at the School.

Mrs Wilma Lester will sponsor j I Schools are preparing Christmas Philippines.When Meeting Officers Wives Club

a bingo patty in the Red Cross nut and candy cups for the he leaves here after a ; Ft. Taylor. Christmas pro-I

Recreation Hall.December I I I Naval Hospital Monroe County several weeks visit he will returnto I gram. Hostesses, Wives of OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS t

21, there will be a Hospital and County Home. Fort Winfield Scott, and from I AntiSubmarine Development FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE

-- ------ there will gc/ to Japan for an indefinite Squadron 1.
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Personal MentionCecil I Chemistry is that departmentof Sgt. Summers is enjoying his by Key West Community

!. natural knowledge which is stay here and is glad to be meet Singers, 8:00: p. m.. \\1I1/f,4 Q U It LIT! U

Russell has returned to concerned primarily with findingout ing once again his many friend First Methodist (Stone)) ,
what things of all kinds are and acquaintances in Key West. Church. :: J fUJELEBS
Key West and plans to remain made (If. SATURDAY DECEMBER 9V

here until June ot next jear He Palestine is situated, in the Children's Christmas 18-1

I'> n-sidmg dt the Gibson HoUl. who taught school here fur sometime middle of one of the great bird 3;30 P. M., Junior 508 DIAAL STREET

is visiting Mrs. Lillian migration routes and u of Commerce Clubhouse'i j
Mrs. R. R. RICtf Miami, Wilson Cowart at the latter's quently almost always conse-I I l Flagler Avenue. Sponsored! "Experienced Jewelers tor Three Gene/oljoas"
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3 UNDERDOGS WIN .' j The Weather IN MIAMI OPEN Slr lrk Dinvn I .. ....M rItrlrll 1
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GAMES LAST NIGHT West and Vicinity: Gener- a YI I II .

I I11r.iwr If ally fair today thru Thursdaywith I ROCHESTER. N. Y.--.-. =t_.. : I
little change in temperature. I .E' .. 41r .. + 1
Byp(/ ) Newsfearures Watson 70, was it**** 4tbaeli ..;bold
jrwrlert Gentle to moderate east and
i southeast winds fresh at times r .................i a ear as he WM stirring at asI ,t- t

.IJrlarnelrnit. AnilIII Cage Game Results off shore. MAXWELL ANDERSON born)1 I .- ''iI
Florida: Warm and generallyfair Dee 15. 1888. at Atlantic. Pa.,I '2i
IWi'. 4 I"'rtastw1I, today thru Thursday. son of a Baptist minister. Second i 1

I'a4Mite. Lose May\ Change Jacksonville thru the Florida child in a family of four. he rebelled -
: Straits: Gentle to moderate east at his, lather's plan for a
t%. HIM. UWSM that were rated to southeast winds over' south a I,' religious c a -: I Ir
Standings(! TonightBy portion. thru. Thursday; light to tee r. workedhis
b. ton* ..*. .*.'* M Ihr tMuket moderate variablewinds Over sloe; ( -
way J JI
fcfeM %jMMM WMt toad. Utet the Mptii r rjortiojlj*.' Jet l1#/ ,fair the r
: through
ts ae/ll8 .. .... Macias wtw pekrd RABID FANSTER I
.4 .attt. LI tiiM M Hw first on tchrombcrJewelcrs;, wilf cn-; "e.h"s 1 J."GUir- dl ..l1exlrot1e'-.i"' "t .toroddfrate University o f I

*..e. .* ...... stotwinc in !I gage the Sonar School "B" out- easNto southeast: '-winds North Dakotaas .
tllad ... .. Be* they a waiter and;
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T.. Vanity Nave play*" fit ii\the opening.ame of a triple over south .portion- thru-Thurs "desk man" on I
header of basketball the day. Light1 to.moderate variable\: the Grand
purr M .... ... gamey.iu4 at High
W .aiM $..., were fell of |I I School Gymnasoum tonight. : winds'ever,, north to'moderate Forks Herald. I
.. ..... becoming. 'gentle After teaching EGG NOG ICE CREAMTHE
p.. -.c *.N anilr Elks Club and Billie's Drive- sputh 'to southwest wjnds in .extreme school and I
led tmrrd 11M S ddfsuet tlubtiw ins will tangle in the second bat- north portion Thursday.
w ..>4f It pwMi and lie and Sonar School "A" Will Partly cloudy weathe t rV.oiwcll Anc'ertor working on SEAITEST FtAVOR.O/.TN.M1NTN I
.luppr If t. bar .swjilMs ssutaaig. 4nrt meet the Independents in the, Jacksonville to Apalachicola. various papers he left the New
,...,.... ......... seated. 1 third and final game of the eve-]' No"small craft or storm warning':: York World to write plays soon 33
..raYl.we.l S and Saun- '. rising to 1m present pinnacle. &t1'kfJC.2kUiJ. !
ning. ,issued. .fA.......
.. tgpM1 .M .- far the By looking at the standings of i!
J11tal t.lea. the clubs elsewhere on this page REPORTKey Seek Divorces awI ,..", ..... ............ ....... J

w eysse/ar fans can see for themselves what West Fla- Dec. 15, 1043.:) : : rea.? $* *M M (w ...
.. __ 4 $IT I -47 (Observation taken at City Office (;.1"1 Wirephoto I
may happen tonight for the club i Petitions seeking divorces were .., .. .. ...
a..i.......ii--I' s27 that wins and the outfit that 8:30 Temperatures: a.m., EST) I CHICK HARBERT low-scoring professional with a 274. drops !I filed yesterday in the office of i lIB 1 aae Hie IndeteMc loses.As. Highest yesterday 82 samples from his wheelbarrow full of 2.000 silver dollars into I i Circuit Court Clerk Ross C Sawyer ...... .. ... ---- .
an illustration should the : the silver !! .-. ...: .. .. ..
MM M fMMw4 tlwMi on Lowest last night -. ___._ 74 prize won by Frank Stranahan. the amateur I : by Max Robert Weedin. JtI
Beachcomber Jewelers win
UMMTUS .punm", in Mean .78, winner with a score of 270 in the $10.000 Miami Open Golf ,I against Roberta Weedin: by Maurice \ I
the first Elks Club will '
..' J****. tiled wonia. game go Normal ... 70 I tournament. Harbert_ is from Detroit. Stranahan from Toledo. W. Herring against Mary Ida
Ierl .... M the league into top position alone. However PrecipitationTotal 1- --.- -._. __ _. { Braddy Herring: by Margaret
: 0.. ipfuJmti t had if Sonar School "B" wins last 24 hours .00 ins. --- Moore Kelly Volkman against

prrle.. .. .., were tUC..r and Billie's the Drive-Ins Elks lose their in the game second with Total this month ... 1.73 ins.i! Barnes Heads Couple Killed _i Elzadia Edward Winter Janet Volkman against and Henry by WATCH 1

Excess this month .82 ins.

........ .tsd. tae It AaM Ms.. 4 and II .mmd to !' contest boys will of the take evening over sole, the posses-Sonar Total Excess this this year year __ 47.85 10.46 ins.ins.I Fla. Industrial By TigerKOTA i I Janer. "1 Sears Order Offke

.. M. %.(K M .... surd quarter sion of the top rung. A victoryfor RlatiT Humidity. I I
.... sa.aA points both the Elks and Sonar "B"y 8:30 ajn. Commission I I Tour Grocer SELLS That Good
.. ......... ......t fart five and 'ill leave the Class "B" Leaguein 75% TINGGI JOIIORE. Fed- FORSPECIAL !'
... M Mod Jot M St. hut in the a tie for first. BarometerSea eration of Malaya-( P)-While!I STAR BRAND
itad 4M Met. Is.4 tfc. JewelsfwW In the Class "A" League if the ( Len). 8:30 a.m. JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Dec. 15. their three terrified small sons f .. Uria foals Sonar School "A" outfit wins its (FNS : AMERICAN !
was ) COFFEE
30.15 ins.-1021.0 mbs. Governor-elect Fuller huddled inside their thatch hut, i -
... ... few Maw raid. MId the game with the Independents the Tomorrow's Almanac Warren has appointed Raymond i
*'. .. MW heW. goal l. Sonars will go into first place. unrise ._ __ ... 7:03 | E. Barnes Orlando attorney, to a Malay and his wife were killed | -Try A Pound Today"PIGGY"-
... CJ4r.; hwte.g ..... two free However, should the Independents Sunset .- h 5:41:: p.m.a.m.I head the Florida Industrial Com- by a tiger in a Malay settlement ,I LAST MINUTE BARGAINSFor I

...... M.wk tr WM the same win. Bob's Sport Shop will Moonrise 6:01: p.m.i mission and named James A. : recently.The t ti
..... W Pain. turned the top the heap. Moonset 7:24 j Harper of West Palm Beach and: man heard a commotion i
Mahe awed f points, j I'I It could. may and probablywill a.m. i James H. Allen of Pensacola to among his fowls outside the IL
t. fs ......k 4. ft Smith happen tonight-that is. I'serve with him. house one night and went to Your Holiday Needs i

to J Ire ......., Barber there'll be some changes made. TIDES Barnes 36, native of Marianna I investigate. The tiger jumped on Come In and See Peggy-
........ I*. Parks 4. I (Naval Base) I is executive his back. His screams brought his the 28-Inch Walking Doll Ia
.. aM W.aft 2The Tomorrow secretary.treasurer I wife who courageously struck itno\i r/v// i ion t >
4 How Stand (Eastern! Standard Time) j of Lawyers Title Guaranty Fund TO UK GIVE rUf'rn' : <>i !
played. wh just four i blow after blow at the animal
They of Orlando and
............. t.w gain.y I i High Low I'I and director of the vice-president Hillsborough I with a parang (Malay knife), but DECEMBER 23 a,
10:37 3:53
: a.m. : a.m. the beast killed
I both of them.
BASEBALL I(Title and Abstract Company. He I Full Information May B. j
J...&. 747 -2<.t I LOCAL 9:25: p.m. 2:52: p.m. 'his[ a former executive Neighbors later found the tigerin Obtained by Calling at the
N 8 S 4-MM jCty West Senior BaMball League 'I I I 'I the jungle writhing from the
and general counsel for the Commission
W...... .! Umpirts (Municipal Stadium} I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA wounds inflicted by the woman. TROPICAL TRADER
"' /rare Ag4slMr', tHner.f Reference( Station: Key West) !! and will be the repref n- They shot it. sad .treeta t' 11
t.t:: Club- w. L Pct. Time off] Height of tive of the public on the board. i 718 Duval Street 1im..tea "" I
Key West Clowns 5 3 ..625Jtc.d StatiODTide (high water Harper is president of the PHONE 1000Op. .
Francis J. Gawin president of .
5 3 .625 I .. .
Raiders Florida Federation of Labor, Till
1. 4Ar leant woe the right Atomic Bombers 4 4 .500 Bahia Honda secretary-treasurer of the the Great Northern, Railroad, Ii
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 IL Flori-i .. .
Wee M.41b IpuN AKwp were the ----- -- ---------- -
-.2 6 .333 da
American Legion State Electrical Workers' As- 7'
No Name
ItMiMt ealk $1-e -.cth .f their Key 'i
.... Magers with two I I (east end) _+2h 20m I sociation and chairman of labor'sLeague

-? ,... ..... Me Sonar won I BASKETBALL Boca Chica for Political Education
: Anal INtWIM and one I i Clus "A" League (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m I and will represent labor.
Club W. L Pet Calder Channel I Allen 68, is president of the
4rl fit fivet ..... uC the _awn -
Ass ......jug .* Hw game hunc Bob's Sport Shop 2 1 667 (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. Florida Pulp and Paper Co. the T
tier MMP >. ..!. .. Uw LM whistle Sonar School "A"2 1 .667 cOo .I Alabama Pulp and Paper Co., 1
M 4 ..*. i...x a*.-Mwed back Pollock's Jewelst t> 2 .333 NOTE: I I.1 and a director of the St. Re4a.;:
...4 fart* nMl ttw U... Independents 1 2 .333 (-)-Minus sign( Correctionsto Paper Co., and will be the em-
to Mi. fcr* quarter the & '.I I Class "B" League be Mibirarted.' ployer member. Barnes succeeds.j
Hi...< a fold g.wl ty RubrrUIt Club-- W. U Pet (-H)-Plus sign: Corrections to I i j i Carl B. Smith ..Tampa; Harper. '
.-4 Ihrww by Sweeting Elks Club 2 0 1.000 tie ailrledTODAY'S i I Daniel W. Millan. Jacksonville rt a !

era/ rat ...... b ii. .onod two Sonor School "B" 2 0 1.000 -L--__ and Allen Conley Brooks. Folcy.RAINJ !

bN. ........ w by Buliweetzo..4 Beachcomber Jewelers 1 2 133 BIRTHDAYSKnow
w Nr We t1 dMw'M.t. In the Junior Varsity 1 2 J33:
-_ ....... Otendenninfeleven. Billie's Drive-Ins 0 2 .000 ( America I att
litlrf- ..... aM MIIft I Maj. Gen. Thomas B. Larkin.. ii thI4 INft 1 }

am ibt .... Sonar scored. TODAY IN HISTORY i Qsiratasle) ;.G. DDblgn:44\ ;. :,4ItOt
:JSa Nit H. +r'a Spurt Shop I L uisbur Wis.. 58 years ago. r
.gist brie B......U two 1..1dE (Know America) born in Canada 67 years ago. : Will not beat in on your rugs _
'4 ........... At the half 179J-Virginia ratifies the Bill M-axwell Anderson of New i and furnishings when sudden JtCIt"s
g/nd M to 1. but in the York playwright-author bornin
aee .of rl&hta-first ten Amendmentsthe i showers catch you with your i Wet I
spats Me. Spurt Shop last Atlantic ago. M We
}- ratification necessary McLaughlin windows open while you areaway a
aA Ms. and aired Donald H. of New ;
.... ell...... Msid (4.51!*right. by ,I I for 183fr its-adoption.The Patent Office i York president of the Home- if your home is protected ...... ....

Ne4tw4s. pkaae and 0.Iiti. .' Washington burns to the ground stake Mining Co.. born in San I with .. ; sf P'twbIJ ..
atlk4 lie ..ea wend but destroying then world's largest Francisco. 57 years ago. _
a .fats gwE by Glen collection of models. Most Rev. John T. McNicholas I c mlA WIIW
&5::.. ..i. b? BucfcwettsVf I 1871-First modern international of Cincinnati, Roman Catholic t _n hLr-IL
..... Ohmdenning. tribunal meets in Genevato archbishop born in Ireland. 71 I 1 .r1"'aI _

M Mat eM ... Mrrd. quarter it i compose differences between years ago.Bishop I Th Ori oea N A N. acid ttbew tame thatrg. the United States and Britain Harold E. Sawyer of I r.t..i'fallc.mbt..lioe -- i

.. when the over damages claimed by us by I Erie Pa., Protestant Episcopal i' /I plontMCUtMf M1utII
W. bMeuid bishop born in Clinton. Conn. I O.tllda 3
:-r.: i British acts in the Civil War. I --
catch I I 1890-Sitting Bull the Sioux 59 years ago. yNe1Ne II.d'i ;I t.-MT'S
... and .... stare stood chief who led Indians in the II. Leroy A. Van Bomel. presi i: h.aawe.wr.. erNfcRAtAT'ON ......_
Ceolesf @
a .. M 4 ...... dent the NatL #
a tin SwiMM Custer Massacre, aged about 56: of Dairy Products I A.....
Otlrsr .* iw swear. were killed by Indian police resisting: Co. New York born in New : .5__ I .Kt.sNt H.. M. MI
tt1tllti pamat at Mar's Spurt arrest. York 63 years ago. 3k.n.r r aMwIN I e.- p aw w arts
its N11 as rr .("(.lame awitrMdtr I I 1916 German I Dr. Stephen S. Visher of In ..( _.... N M.. ..
kaiser threatens .
.... y'
hart lit a4trw IIINt .at hQ if Allies do not accepthis diana University, noted geographer I G. I: I I "- -
.... d 8t.r' GienJ vengencc offer. born in Chicago 61 years .Y.e/i101t1. II : 1'1 ': N(1a Wt .4MI
.... tails w r..k". thai 1917 peace-Germans and Boshevikssign ago. I CwM.I.d Li.A/ I Ifer 1 I I -' \ ---- -
__ lit r ttwmaes... bum i historic armistice of Brest i i : i '. ; NpMs H......., 4Th
M s..t. ss.eM although I t + ..__ .._ _
.. was rr.veal rKance Latovsk.1919-The Constitutionality of GEr HfSIFfDY I WINDOWS: PORCHES AND I ____ ...... ..... ........ .
.... wiM .srl teaks it and SCREEN DOORS
Prohibition the U. S. .
... by one putntnenner. by I st a t I / .
.... IS ..... Supreme Court.1941Navy 4' Rain-tight interlocking lowers repel 'I f" It. t11M
enlistments open REU&FOKACWINDIGESTION blowing; rain, block draft and protect I "I. S .. ..
l tad two each the draft boards. your window; fills from water rot d'.- I
..... the through 194V UN Preparatory Commission t lodging of putty around windows, and ., ; ; ,! \.. { I ire the MoN fvoII
d rlt ..... maintenance "
Ise wtAIMn, reduce painting cost laolnoit \ "
votes to establish UN tf 'v
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wed $7 t : nolhin;
pants I y
Permanent the
ctrl ........ t... Convenient Payment Plan I I "1
.. rip psa.r i, United States. CALL-PHONE 1042 I easy to get real enjoyment from your Christmas trip
I II 4 ..-22 1948-American built Payne t it -KEY WEST- I this year-go Greyhound, and go as early as you can! Take a
'! tttip I 4 a L-21 Field Eaypt.t .in Caro formally given to I I VENETIAN BLIND CO. i look at the suggestions we've made so you can plan for the !

ariaarad tMsn4en It AHHBK ........1... I best Holiday travel you've ever had-in comfort on convene
h. I. 1I 1 t It GARDNER'S PHARMACY \..<.1.! ltll.d. ient schedules, and at fares that are still so low they're -
:'E I I old-fashioned do Christmas Travel 4
w.el4 2. 1114 DIVISION STREET I 123 DUVAL STREET your Shopping Early I THt *
141w11 I I (Continued From Page One t At Corner of Varela STATIC
.mi From there he planned, to Phone 177 Free Delivery t e r write for I ? One 1IIa
Sample ?
:= pie fly to Savannah Ga., and go 1 ................. UTIRATU3E WITHOUT OBLIGATION: eu au.sII'

| thence Mayhank to was Charleston.formerly Senator !'I.: :..I II'' Ilirinin;:ham, Alu. $13.60; () KuifatDalla (silt.: "n. $27.7: .
governor G.r'
II t hmiitIj.8npi : of South Carolina. He was first : : Philadelphia, Pa.. 2t.UO: ) I ", T I -\. 23.3: s ; S V< I tN --1
81.11..4 0'.......... elected governor in 1939. THREE HOTELS MIAMI I at POPULARLocated Cleveland: (). 25.00 (.Charleston.V.. > .. 2". ,."t r '-'n'.... :
ttlMa4t41Rr1a. I t in the Heart of the City I I Tallahatit! re, "'h 1O.9O( Portia.I.! M-: :3 1.INITrim. I -tc" .. ..... ...

r I NEW 26" TIRE RATES nnniYIC WRITE or WIRE I Itatleigli. N. C. I.._0 :\I.'ml'h.. I l(1..7._ -f c.
... a"Ya.. ;i REASONABLE UUUlflO for RESERVATIONSwith "t4r.. :
J.e..4ct.kN Piss/ 15.i Federal l THGREYHOUND 10% lte"uctio".ft Retied Trip i iZcct ie:
... Air and TELEPHONE
w Helbe sa.d i jilts eso'd 7 ya4. ew'Cn a 9 t".4 Z : '" /; i
Ford MillerHotel .....
..+ "A" va Also. .All. 39.95 Sii < of BICYCLES.and upI Pershing I BUS STATION I11'; --- sIll s


..... ,ou- Kitties Deposit will hold any merchandise SO N.E. 3rd St. 22S N.E. lit Ave. 229 NE. 1st AT*. I; ,. .. r' I

on our Lay-Away Plan 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 80 Rooms f'" ., .J
ElevatorSolarium Elevator -. _
1i-.aa.., 5htopS..i Overseas Cycle Store Heated Elevator .E! -1' I ,"f; .

... .8" n. 920 Truman AT. Phon. 1310 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION ..B .If; .: ,"

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'18228' 'info:fdaEZ1VD58JE_IZXQ28file22' 'sip-files00496.txt'
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'3005' 'info:fdaEZ1VD58JE_IZXQ28file23' 'sip-files00497.txt'
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'16707' 'info:fdaEZ1VD58JE_IZXQ28file24' 'sip-files00498.txt'
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'13204' 'info:fdaEZ1VD58JE_IZXQ28file25' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00276.mets'
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