The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 16, 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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At Dinner Jan. 20 ; Against Advice Of His Chiefs

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a ae..i bit drvoud to a dis- in Southard street will be closed i 1 I BOSTON Dec. 16. TrygveLie I the hope thai peace mr be established between t*.e i eemswatelsas4tb.
/IMNM .f national affair, with tomorrow morning and all per- '. general of the: Natloashsts.
eta .......... William J. Bird, staff sonnel and civilian employes i I I secretary 11 ......
.......... uf the. Chamber of Com were advised today to enter the United Nations said here today i News Wd fer'/wd AsetMt y
at W lace Umted State Fleming street gate. '! ,'that he still entertains hope for I II CHIANG CONSIDEULNCPOSSIBLE PCM*** his Miss la Ihr

In anama i iim this today. Ed- It is expected the repaving of (IFl) Wirtphotoj: a satisfactory settlement of the SUCCESSOR I commxruets.' but IIN.aph.I

wtn F TVevnr.. president of the ; Southard street between Thomas !,I 1 differences between headqu.arW. aaana1IuM. ....'
IM.. Chs.rbet..ddressed letterstmttnt and Whitehead streets will bej JAMES C. PETRILLO (left), president of the AF L American Federation ef Musicians takes pen in in Europe I that report One teWMj M M.......
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w aM ..... in Key West finished tomorrow and the I! hand in New York and signs a new five-yar agreement between the union and phonograph rec- i I i Russia and the Western Powers. about Peiping aM AM .to IAae thorn fc, Honk about the Southard street gate again I ord-making companies. The contract ends Petril lo's ban on recordings which started last Janu- (I| Shortly before he left for New communist kerns are. M the win
....... MM national trend and thrown open. Southard as far as I ary 1. Shortly thereafter stars of the Metropoli tan Opera and the popular music world combine York City, Secretary Lie declared r u:,bi of the ciiy Arp.ttik .
atM .s .brae on their member Simonton street is to be repaved I II forces in New York to make a recording of "I'm Just Wild About Harry." They are going to pre- 1 that he thinks an agreement will that effect was west .r.l lie by

I this year. sent it to President Harry S. Truman. It was on e of the first records made at the RCA Victor be reached to settle the questionsof anent -.wd Pr.. rlrpssd-
a4I cane. organization inK I "If the material on hand at I studio after the lifting of the Petrillo ban. Left to right standing: Gladys Swarthout. Lawrence I the blockade of western Ger- ; whit. in .ltsi.illR. .
.1 Wial. are tied so closely toasetmr : Dodgers Key will permit it the and Seated the lie added Sena dallpeie IAe. se
Tibbett Jan Peerce. Leonard Warren. Fran Wa rren Tommy Dorsey. at piano are i
w* sink. yvur cooperation I city will move from Southard to many and the issuance of cur- parent fact tht the nits "d
m msaing Mir January 20 meeting : Greene street" said City Manager Marilyn Cotlow and Pianist Jack Priest. I rency for that area. I would 'n how pliewN ,4Peiping

neapleeety representative of I Ralph! D. Spalding today:'I ---, ---- ----------------- -- One reason why con < t..Mm i. ... Mis city .It i
lair rN,." ..... Trev eff.rla.twn president I Whitehead to Simonton street if Man And \Woman I Western Powers will not were rofvterttac their. .hisser '
"AH rtvtc arcamcations are mto possible" I CHILD LABOR I agree to let her issue all the currency ] rt as usual and, wrifc Iw r.-. '
:. attend. the meeting The I I The city will spend an approx- in Berlin. As a result the : tions, were MA .* ietr.ln
l>.fH> aM. the piece will be an- imate $60,000 for the repaving Hurt In CrashJesus money question keeps Germans the war The. A P sere rvrti
,I MiNMtrati t.>ff. but in the meant ,I work this year, the city manager in Berlin a quandary as to val- : said that the Nilii. ..... ...... I
., will y talk it over withC'mttnurd r I:I aid MAN HERE TO I }Fernandez brother-in- ues in the eastern and the west- in the ('ityworried /Md oat agg/a/ b t.
( On Page: Six) I I ern zones. 'i* uf Mtse w. "
- law of Aquilino Lopez and Alice Lie also stated he thinks the quietly" Malal.ceedb ......
Key West To Williams were injured about 2:30: Palestine question shortly will : art t inn Vt l levee Hvers ftI", .... ute,
(Cmmty: ) Taxes ToBe ENFORCE LAWS I: p. m yesterday when a motorcycle be settled. i I were welkasp aMrsA U"
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Be PicturedHowe i driven by Fernandez struck 1I street. w dtiaallr the. tee'.t-

Due) Jan. 1 stick the South Branch of I 1 slahtft'l"
a on Register
Sadler of the Florid No One Under 21 Roosevelt boulevard and threw I ( M ...ea IIIr1asi.. .
t.ana** Mitipetiun! taxes, News Photo Service. who did I I II both to the roadway. toward then rtty, ..... canrtl. .ou'
Gil Reaches Received I Here I i several sic'. efiel l rata fllMB ttCnmnMMi >.
..... were due in (October willi business in Key Wes for'abouttwo May lie lit red more They were taken to Monroe .
railroad the fc
YeMflla aForesaarrs
...._ *.>It.. *tirnt after January years during: the last war County Hospital in a Pritchard 1 '7hI 4 t
I t.....ijr Ta CMVrtUir Howard will arrive in the city tonight In Saloons IP.oprit'ton I i Port After 3- j i Funeral Home ambulance. They Copies of the new Navy register red a arty. pin"......,
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!K MMi. clod The and will start to make
m tnday county pictures were both bleeding from cuts and in which is a complete revision ,
..... via) MK-h*** businesses in here. ;.of saloons, pool and J I I i bruises, but the full extent of of all the Navy regulations is I king, but, many dr-r.e .. ...
tan'.ce11Ad .
Mr OWr Hf Key Weal.Att.i In a letter to the Chamber'ofCommerce Month AbsenceUSS ) ,, their injuries will not be known made, were received today at ers seem as
Jonuaiv I an additional today Sadler said he I billiard parlors and others were I I until a study of X-ray prints re- Key West Naval Base. the residvftts at Fwplagt
I. yr. <.nt Mil be added to the would make a complete study of 1 i being warned here today by It. E. j veals them. Commander' Eli Vinock USN
,....... \0 I,......h' 4.Poft ad- Key West life in pictures for the (Bob) Lee. child labor inspector Gilmore submarine tender public information officer at the City Flout 'ro
r awn 1 '.i WII a'.dtatc"lx'a f y't"rs to National Roto which will run it" for the Florida Industrial Com carrying approximately 600 i I base pointed out anyone inter .
." W t.. h.,.. of i I..-.. .t once: to pay. under_the general: heading..". mission that-.Jhgj ;f nnut' employ j latfkv4s, in Lenlisted rnenlrgrlsed Five 'Apply For ested/particular Naval-personnel, r J.,
A a"- 9l1 men b :4i under Zl,without.violating !
/.eel. i 91 >men Key West Naval Station at 11 may obtain copies of the Navy tlenslrlr4nnauguraI1o11, ( .

] 1&i .JJ1.\-U.:111: HI.lll"li: "INFANT- -I PRINCE: -- -'' -I Lee is making!the law l his first inspection ( -i I I a. m. toddy after a trip from the i i i Bldg.; Inspector( i I Register of by documents writing the the superintendent U. S.- x

trip to Key West lie intends Philadelphia Navy Yard where : Government Printing Office : (
to follow these inspections up''' she has been undergoing: a major Although five applicationshave I Washington.
from time to time to see that'. overhaul for the last: three been received for appointment I The register is simplified and Wu-:fi.1:j V an* Wrr bring dad. A.... I I4'.unty

the child labor laws are not being months. to the position of city build : is the first revision since 1920 PRESIDENT CHIANG WfleiaM. acid .... 'w I I'pre.
violated He had today found I ing inspector.. City i Manager CHINAS I' 'p're; ftM _VI.
I one man who was employing a''! The Gilmore. commanded by Ralph D. Spalding said today he KAI-SHEK (lop U lieu. a, reel' ....... .....i.
person under 21 in his poolroom Captain G. II Wales USN with' wanted more applications for : Temperatures studying recommends lioiw by .t T.Mrhwe. -Y a ttilr t tIM

Commander C. F. Henderson the position before he announcesa his eldest advisors that he surrender .hMii. of a Key ... Ar.s .,
''The law for fines ;' At 7:30 A.M" EST .... .
provides up USN as executive officer, docked successor to the late Errol V. I control of his faltering pr.i.TM
to $500 and jail sentences of sit ;at Pier Baker After the removal Sawyer. I I government and withdraw tern float. .. fie. /fir......nJ. I
months for each violation so it.. The position: pays $300 a Station- Temp. 1)nv.l atires. aaaa aai 'r
z should interest employers to be ')f considerable. gear at Pier Ba- month. about the best paid job I I Atlanta _____.___._ 65 porarily. Associate of Vice- reedy that me i. swirl far '" .
r on the alert to see that no one in ker will later be moved to her the city has outside that held by I Augusta ,_u_ .. 66 President Li Tsung-Jea (bottom final .**. tAe snrtHM .. .ft fta t
at ''v then employ in such industries regular berth at the Quay Wall. the city manager. I Billings hn__ -, ) say he u willing to as- w.-. s>.tculMy ...... .......
is under 21." said Lee Birmingham 61 I sums leadership of the govern stet

"All minors under 18, except BISmark h S,. mcnt but onl* if the transfer At the p...-.. Hair Gnu .
those engaged in domestic service FRENCH BLOW UP RADIO Boston v 33,i cf power is made legal in con I Tax AaamaaAMusvsy a...' t7asrlbr'
in private homes and farm Buffalo .. .__ 32' stitulional manner. W.| .>am V Aatavyto < work during hours when the i iI Charleston 63 KMTttonem. sit Al aaV K.
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I public schools are not in sessionare Chicago __. 33l i iI bsleel .....d a a e-waiiN. !
,r 1 1r 1x I required to have work <.ocrtiI TOWERS IN BERLIN; END l I Denver . 11.I Hales Home I Isi : ---I ...... aQnbtMetl ter

ficates. I i Detroit .. 40El )I I MsWT"' rw
"Employers can prove a I Paso 42:'i Sold To Price 1 I Ala,... .. ..... __ w .'fie.b. ,

I minor's age by obtaining and 'RUSSIAN BROADCASTING FL Worth ._, __._ __ __.. 42 ; ( :I a* b T.IWrr.\ wIM Mr
keeping on file employment or I Galveston ____.__. :o I I .... a*.1..1. .BI.I MLcac pMaia* .
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age certificates. If the certificates Jacksonville 64 :, Sale if; houM. aril| i y I, Ww eaas'.i A -
w show that the minors are of the Frnuli Ui'oII-k.1! ; BySin t-. Kansas City 21' at the nnrthwi <'" fM', ( veh' p.os'd "eat

I age established for occupations KEY WEST ..._, 77, head and Southard .tr 4s by
had been permitted to'u "' '
in which they are to be employed : jet l'roagalltla. I'Russians, stationThe Key West Airport ___. 75 i i Frances A. Hates to t'.em c I':

\ 1 the employer is protected : Though Declare 'I OMITS ,e French apparently were j I' Los Angeles __ 34 ?! Price for $19900 wa anajuwnred > I AppnivnlBy I
of ; I yesterday in a wan..nty ar
against unintentional violation I disgusted over some of the i Louisville 5Q
propaganda |
!" the minimum-age provisions. |).III;:,T To 11y'erii. ; the Rus-sfians broadcast i iRadio i, Meridian ,_ 68 ; filed with Circuit Court Cleat : Service( Kt..II
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a"E711 "Pool and billiard rooms, over Berlin, though the Miami ._. 71 I Ross C. Sawyer
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brewery saloons barrooms or 4 ny"\1"4P" frrwi I II I 10 I I
French said that the towers were Minneapolis T'sr't + Aar. .re .... .iMfapm4
where intoxicating BERLIN. ')ce. 16. Russians __ is .n..
place I New Orleans 71 .
any I I I destroyed because they were h j Witness liquors are manufactured or sold I won't blare any more over Radio dangerous to flyers who are New York __ _' _, _h 33 Safely llbp.rtr.rr still t tO

I i ____ __ i the minimum age is 21, exceptfor be- j Berlin in trying:: to work up sympathy i I bringing supplies to western Berlin I I Norfolk h'___ 'u 46 r.Ne .L/i... d w.Ve ,.......
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entertainers __ _
professional I Oklahoma City ChargeD ,
for themselves and hatred v dt flr'peitaira.see
I I (41 Wirephoto via Radio from LondonPfllttCCM tween 18 and 21, and employes Americans.. Britain andI Whatever might have been the I I Omaha __ 19! ...'serf calla' al i.'...... ..' .
IXIZABCTH of England. hair apparent to the throne. I Iof drug or grovery stores where \ against cause the Russians if they wish I I Pensacola _____ 67 :' I.;, it" .1" ..I'," (le. l .. .1" d. .n I IJ
...... net. rn..". .U son in her arms In London's Buckingham beer and wine are sold for con- :I French in Germany for today to take to the air again in Berlin I II Pittsburgh -- ---- 57 -\VitnesMwaitinc, (H..inWcourtriKNT a
sumption off the premises. French engineers blew up the must construct their own station I Roanoke __ 44 I ... .
pa We4ne. ..4. The child was christened Prince CharlesArthur ) lit testify a K <'n l II J
r "Violations of the law occur I! radio towers I Thus far nothing has been St. Louis ._ 35 ,.. .. "
el Edinburgh at christening ceremony con : mark meat sU tcM I
hMMp George largely through the lad of knowledge I said bv the Russians about the ,, San Antonio"h 59 .
The'" transmitter for the radio is startled v.h.'n j n Iseas i
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...... by the Archbishop of Canterbury. of the law First violators, i I obstruction: of the towers but it ,, San Francisco __ __.. 3fi .
f.rt..1 l<> .11 Mjau < '
In the British: zone an"! the towers ,
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(Continued On Page i IS expected they will complain in Seattle 33i .- ,..*i.i"TTcKET' BRADY'SPoultry
were in the French zone. The i the next few days. i Tampa 64:
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Director I -- 4 TAKEN FROM FILES I >C MoilR41ttyPlaintlff.. badly injured"1 iS w : :.
ocon4 class matter according to Budget r I
'-- La i Ks. w..t. FtrW a* months I OF THE CITIZEN OF : d.m01lM to a ..... t''khe M 1
JACKSONVILLE Fl 'Dee. .: D11011CILCONNIE bile 11
> 16 y. .. lit a -f. !
... "\ OCIATEO THESS! that spending in DECEMBER U !L/eee aeN
1. Tile A James E. Webb who says .1338 I IIIUII1IWI1IUUUD1llUI1UJVt"WQII'"UlIIIII""ulUWIUI JONES MORUOW.Iiefendanl. was regllp.flt40aMe Ise a .., :
.? AI" trees la xrlualvoly entitled to (FNS).-A state official last week : Mlfetl ... M1bt a e
.. ...... .f all new dlmpatche* credited the f 'Tiot burned down 001 1IIt rIoM
'.MB. 1950 will certainly be more.than $42- niuiRR OP .. i ..1yr11
criticized .
.f .... a...twl*. .'redited In ibis paper and the Southern Bell Tele- I 1 TO: ifiXNIK:' JftNKS JHORKoWlew all his b.4a/itOS. .. ... .' h
.. .aN ...* a...:il.hed aero. expended this phone and Telegraph Members of the Key West Rotary Itillmore A.en... 1111 a f..... ...1 ltJl1 .
000,000,000 year. Company I Club today discussed a proposal Abbeville......" '.,.. -. .hl" sta/dln. tlM
a1NII'71oR.ITI for basing its rate } ,..... ... .. too ah 1M .n-41rIr.
increase hrrrht r .Ir.
request to raise fund of to are pectin
$1,000 -
_._.. ,Pfl20 With this news the BudgetDirectorwarns a :"t.- -Iffll-.t t'apbttfur ': "

IrsI. .. ..... I. C.OO X.AO: that unless Federal taxes go up the materials.on rising The costs o!'labor and engage a Scout executive to train II .divorce pear in the the alone! .1)1.4.' January. ee5- ----- .....
Scouts in
.I.-_ !. criticism came Boy Key West. .n or before in* I7lb dajr
._ .
':.=-.. .-. _.. .;; Government will face a deficit in the next from Jerry W. Carter/member A. H IU' .4k..wU. taaewcontended. .10. .11.! of "' J 11.n.

A311 :NTIMUMa R.'TEII fiscal year. He points out that demandsfor of the State and Public Utilities WPA workers were informed KattoiM tfcerela. will be FYOm .hne ck .... .. ..

.. .. Commission, conducting the This 4 wder U l.. be pWUh sssre
Knwwa Application today that as Christmas and New j
services increasingand ... r.s.r.iveseeks
Government are a week for f ?
phone company's hearing into Year's fall this ....,....-
.".("II. >OTICKkMKea. year on Sunday; in The Key W>* fill* a.
.wi Waisf rarda *f thanks. resolutions calls attention to the financial requirements the request. the holidays will be observed on I per published in lh. I'tlr ..! Key :

.*e *ary ........., ......18.. etc. will ba James D. Porter, of Atlanta I i We t, Florid
L.iS. n. la. rat. of I* ....,. a Una. of the European Recovery Program, Southern Bell's Monday. I lf NK .ANORilr11Rl' thU Ilak -it. -
PM wlertainment by churches from general toll traf- I! day of lrml'''. A. In. I94a The Minus "DV .
*4M .. a ..*.... .. t* .. derived are i centa a Una.Ik National Defense and interest on the fic supervisor, had just:,.'testified. .U .H>e .rum and Invites< Lee.. * uf local orIMre public debt. wage increases given traffic : is excellent, according to the j, <>. ,'"."1*. KI.rMa.fty .. .
E. < tat $II sill not publish anonymous the items employes following the 1947 led A_ t' l_rf.."rlh.
.... Taking cognizance of men- captains of several charter i .
.1. strike amounted to 9 itviMiiy fUrfcST .tilMruMrll e
.. .
pee centCarter boats-I I .... ep. .
-- Kingfish and amberjack < ,) ALLAN: R C1.KARK.: JIb human IJ
and SLIM
Webb considering the
tioned Mr
by said "It is : .. fitly S. IIIIIMrg
: veer: ,evident Sulieltnrfor H. .C.ff. .... .
large sums that the Government spends that you people are inclined to ning schools we of*, sailfish and several have small been q j:I 1.3.IS11Ja.11919 II. I deck ........ lM..1k.h. .eis4. .del.4 M e e1aM ......... .. ep ........

for the benefit of veterans of past wars, blame your increased cost of sighted. I \ TMR rtBriiT rot NT ... THK SIIN In.......n.... .....'. ...... ....... ...f/IIII-/ "- ...
I. .
operations on organized: labor. I !I!, Jl'UM"IL 1'1111'117 .... 4111p ...
MEMBER ((3)) 194 it is not easy to disagree with the state- What are to do is KI.KtKTH aCe1$ ,..,.... Nf geed'ulsrrdl ?
you trying to I I "K Tin "T'TR rUMIM*% ... I4IalA ... .. ....
.1oi ... mew
relegate labor into the Two hundred suits of clothes I|I IH .%>D ION ..u"i"UKT'. eI 4H .floe e.. 1 t
ment of the Budget-Director. In fact in ,
the untouchables and 1 do I will be distributed tomorrow I, I\ "'""\ 'KHt.TINCEMT .......... ........ fraa Msy -. .. -
not 1 I ('._ ,.. Il-My i w. .. a .eetaa
Federal .
view of the drains upon think it is fair." : among WPA workers in Key K. ANTUHllatntlff. and I...... .... .* eel II self.S. o r iip..hl1.

Treasury, it is easy to conclude that tax Porter denied this saying the West. Local WPA officials selected I I l 11tr kaM .. .. .... -- -

company's relations With labor what were considered the MARION vs. SWEET .1)1511111K. .... IM aelse.8 a. .. wi ... -- .... Sp
reductions went into effect too soon and ..6 1S
were pleasant John Boykin, of most needy men among those on I, I ..f."danl.ORHKH .M .a.Wf.ta....eT. *. tae. .Ii.- sal M4p.+a1 Mal.M .
tMPROYEMENTS FOR KEY: WEST: would have .....( 'TIOTO \ .elrlylf.f
that a wiser fiscal policy collected Atlanta, one of the company'sattorneys relief to whom to give the suits. : OK rl ...*... lee kf ae .. AAe .....
: -
ADVOCATED the nation's then asked ..... T' d.flMd .... .. .
larger sums during Porter if 17 Srrvnwlrh A. kin' ?

years of unprecedented individual in- I all employes, regardless of union Mr. and Mrs. Keller Watson today I I Ton New are York hereby"'II>.required New T..rk lw a..- ewe ...,..

i. More Hotels and Ap Ttme: ta. affiliation, did not pay''raises, announced the birth of a Mar to the mil .f f.m|>laliil Imrvorre I"'. We'" ..., ... eg.1edlsajw .. t).
.. ..
and Porter said they did. son, weighing seven and one-half !. in the al >*<- Myled raner .
..... S M
S. Bch aDd Bathing Pavilion. comes.When on <> before the lilt. la\ ..f ...- tike ..... I
for tax reductions pounds. The baby has been
the first proposal
S. Airport*-Land and Sea. I ary. A. I' ISIS. othermlBe. the a".-
named Richard. rations therein will l-e takenonfex .
C4)MoHdatton ol County and was being debated in Congres, we Radio as -,_.
i. ProgramsBT <- -d. ,.....611... ....
OrCormmeats.. would be This .nd.r In t.. ke 10.1.11..l>.... .
the for the
pointed out that cut -
City council at a meeting last week for four ronealiv. ...... ---
Ik ComnHudry Auditorium. benefit of corporations and that it was important The Associated Press night, decided to have traffic in The Key Went ritlirn a n.m.|... '4ITT...1/tTT MImTT.r1 RTtrtrk

... for the United States to maintainits lights turned on again. The lights per\ .-..t.published Florida) in the lit) .t KeyV I r

were discontinued when the city l.liN1ANIC "RIIFn.I'| : this Utb I PAJAMA$
; levies in order to reduce the national Daytime SummarySelected was unable to pay the bill for day of Ix-r.mlM-r. A. It 14*. P4
programs at Itttetf. below, <<<::;Seal llortil (' MAWtKR.lerk : I
debt. The same observation was naturally are broadcast at tIt. same tune ".n. them. ,- uf the fmirl
MONOGILVPH day through FrIday. Tome n caster.standard. Mn.r.w.sly. .1.>rMa.Ily r, r F.r Ml. Mes
made when a subsequent tax reduction For central standard .uu. Key West Junior Chamber of: (Ml.) Anne "' l ai."rih, p
,.. rbriMinalt. Shoppers: tract one hour; for mountain' tand lfp.l> >'..r.. I .
extended some benefit to individuals. It ard two Hour M Commerce will hold a supper- .sn, AI.HS a n.KAitK JRSolicitor u, WPM

I Th.. time for Christmas shopping is was apparent then that unless the'nation meeting tonight in the Stone for. Plaintiff-.II-U..I'Ja..C.:
} 11I& ...... aid Key West stores have an DEG 13 THROUGH DEC. 17 Church Annex. I = Evp
reduced its national debt in times of
f stock of holiday goods pros- I .\ THK III4-I IT ('0' MT ..F THK: I s i ip ip ip
lrrln.aliyr I large perity, there would be no opportunity to Morning1:00Honeymoon Mrs. J. T. Hathaway formerlyof .:1.\: .:'TH. .Jilllll. 4IHIIITK
Citizen. In N. T.-fibo .) Tin %..'T.: OF r'MlHIIIt. 1 Y
i !. apfrW. aft advertised in The Breakfast Clubabo5:15Barnyard Key West, died two days ago
do so when business conditions declined.It l\ AMI FOH MO>HOK ( IM \TI.l .
ORACLE FoHIea-cbt in Pensacola, according to a letter \ ('IIKII: \. I
THE is about time for the people of the ':30-Th Clevelandalres-nb received today by W. L. Bates ('... %.. II..::1.. 1

United States to recognize that, while it is 10:00: Bob-Fred Poole Waring Show-mba Show oba from Mr. Hathaway. UKfUHIB B. OIWIKriainiirr.. I I

vi.>. un MHIIUMARV : 1c'K'r!
for Tou-cbs
entirely for the Government to Musk
BLESSINGS OF WORK proper go : :: Drama-abo Today The Citizen says ni an LENA CTiWIK.Itefendanl,.

into debt during a temporary emergency 10:30-Hour of Serials r bo editorial paragraph: mtitKK of rl .....Ir'Ti..%

there is little excuse for increasing the The Say Godfrey It with Music Hour I --mb ba a ,. "Many public speakers do not TO- e:5 Mary! I' Lena nrho"('".ie. 41-\

.ki the most interesting thing in 11:00-K. Ky Show know what to do with their } Sheet.San
Whet national debt in times. Whileno y er -abo I... .. -allfwrnla. ]ice e. d tli
prosperous 11:45-Serial (3H hrcbsAfters. hands. Many bridge players are You are hereby required. appear __
...... that. U the thing that keeps oneWhrxiut I _
jet one suspects that the United States is _. like that too." to the Hill of .'....10..1.. .. Lrdivorce
in the above entitled ra..e
t...I. lINNNig! approaching bankruptcy as a nation ev 12:00-Welcom. Taye1ere-a. ..n the 14th day .f Javvary Isle. ....
Kate :Smith lIalr.Hour-mb. C
: w.w.wv .
the is work. wwwwwwww.wlBIRTHDAY otherwise the allegation '" .. 4
question, answer 12:30-Words: and Music nbc +. 41111 was
erybody has sense enough to know that still !M> taken an ronfeen.d. p
WMi. imilhkiit to do to enlist a man's atten- Bill Slater at Lonch-mba This order In t" W B TODA
; deficit spending cannot be indefinitely 1:00-Mutie Half Hour-nbo Y'S a week for four r.n_...". weeks
..... tfcn4 falk heavily on his hands. He 1:1*-Happy Ganc-rob* in The KeV..| filisen. a n..w....- S (1)rMS
without of
prolonged causing a collapse 8.00- per publiehed tn the City of KeyWent.
: Double or Nothingaba
tWrv aid] there with objective in Florida.Imne .
tta. no the financial structure not only of the Breakfast in HoUy.OOd-ab. IrIEtFili.
Queen for a Day-nibs and ordered thin Z'd day .,
/14s, And wherever he goes, his dissatis- rwH-emln-r. A. "li. Mil
Government but of the entire nation.It 2:30-Serial* for 1H b.-nb. Seal> HOXS C' \wYrrt.; .
tlI1iesM1i ......iRue.. The most trying thing in Bride and Groom-abo .ByP( ) Newsfeaturoi Clerk tof the flrevli ,'_r..
will nationcan
be necessary, before the the Hop Cbeel-mb. ................. )1......... f..unl>. rI.ridaRy
M/11 U !. "have nothing to do during one'strl'w .00-Lartles B. eated-abo' .
operate on a sound fiscal budget for Red Benson Sbo.-mbs GEORGE f..U Annr C l..>K.w. rial .
SANTAYANA. born >eHily flerh
.h.4ire.Wa .. the people of the country to restrain their 3:30-The House Party-cb Paul K. Sawyer.wrrlrnr .*
Barn Dane Show-mba Dee. 16. 1863.; id M'adr1d; Sjiala : :l t r.> TOvJnlirf

are assuming. that one is not HI. demands upon all units of government.Not 4:00: -Hint Hunt Quiz-cb* and christened Jorge Augustin .......1.-3..1'c.;Ja.....*.,

Wet .Kkhy' man or fairly healthy man, Second HoneJ'rooon-abo
f { only is the Federal Government be- 4:30 Talent-cba Nicolas de
-Don Amoeba > Santayana. Taken to 1% THK tun IT C wl MT OF TM':
vti n-elMfi to do but "kill" time. He sieged with pleas to spend public' 6.OQr-Treasury Band-cbs: Boston at 9, he was schooled and KI.K .:\Tit Jllll ll. I inc I 11""
money Kiddies Hour (west repeat t br. '" IX \\lt FOH MOXHHt: 1111 575.l'I.OHIHI. .
... tlwt killing it taxes his mind to that for sectional and selfish benefits but the Uteri)-a be and mba J I Was graduated 1'\ I'IUtN': .
'._ ..
from Harvard. % ualrlLAlice e
4Pti it .......tim.. that he does not know same habit has permeated state and local !! A fellowship Julian. .
i1. do with himself. '
to governments.The NETWORK PROGRAMS 1 took him to the Vt. DIUN4I, : A .Y

T1. Mibjvct: of this editorial came to idea that public funds should be 't Time is callers .tandard. Farce, : university i o f Julian.l 'I've" M 1"" r .. (...

t Iral standard. .uBtr'act one '!.u", for !! Berlin. After I l efendant ... ..... ... "
Associated Press
ryial. .... we an for the mountain standard subtract Iwo
and exclusively OIIIIF.II 4IF PI 11.11710TO \
spent solely gen- consideri .
houn. Some local statana change n g a t...eT.ew r ..
p .tlll. aell fnm Coates"me. Pa., about a 93- eral publicity benefit has been seriously hour .f relay t. f.t local ach.d..... Spanish Army : Anthonv hotel Julian..

>y.air.. altl. man Charles Lukens Houston I damaged by the practice of politicians in not Last lie minute ncluded.program-I can: career he returned You l are .hereby Mh' 'hiaan repaired. !.. .... ........

h h4.* neventy-fourth of work I to Harvard pear to the Itlll .f I'omplalni lurdivorce.
f Nli year seeking to "bring home the bacon. Whileit I I to teach I In the .lyledon ..._ -z'i.:
;'-.1.n1alr in the Lukens Steel Company in doubt to eat meat which THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16 the Uth dry ..f Jannar I U" .. --
is nice
no Evening I write and be- otherwine the all_atl.n> ....-reiswill )
tile/ -. He received no wages when he \ I.. take. .A ,..sfns...I .
some other people pay for, the people OO-Xe.: Report Is Mln.-.nbaNewscast Georg Sonloyonoj) come the 'Mona I Thin Order IK t.. be p..I1....... ...-. /JAYP' ,.. .T1R ....
_I. wok hiring hU summer vacations, must learn that it is impossible to have Every DaycbsNetwork Lisa of philosophy.' A cosmopolite a week for four e.n eem!... .evfc>
; Silent Hour-abc-east .
.. ...
I whri. h.. wa.4 regularly employed he Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-west he lives in Rome, where he in The Ke> \Vk-m""" 4 111. ,. s ,*. (fur
more meat and less taxes. I Network Silent (1 hr.)-mbaeastKiddies IMT published' 'in K.y Wept FTM| |

wnlr three 18 a week. Hour (repeat)-robs-west remained through the war. I I oneand. .-ordered\. li l.4 this.. I..Ik i da> ...freeemtwr. Fri $L.:
5:15-Sports: Music TlmDboYou efe
(Seal:; ) KUSH SAWYERClerk
TH.. fwfnpany was founded by his The faults of the younger generationstem and Aviationcbs8:45Newscast LEGALS of the fri-Mli| i'..uri

ttjtlh.p. whet. decided that the son should from the faults of the older genera- Lowell Thomas by Tbree-nbo(repeat ID-CD* ,.Monroe led. Anne Coal f )l>.........1....rW.n ..nh.

% !! Hii himself with the workings of 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basic i\ TUB rIRTIT roi'HT nv TMHEI.FIITll t.p.1y Cteek
tion. The Beulab Skit-cbs THOMAS. .
: Jll>in\l. 4 IK4 I IT
Ha ft*M*.r....,. So young Huston started :News and Commentary mb- oc or TIIK TTI: op KI.OHII for the Plaintiff r .
Fulton Lewis.
I\ .*'\1) FOH MOMtOH nilT. INr SHmistrtF -
wMt..llieir. ere l to the furnaces, later he AN UNJUSTIFIED COMMANDO RAID I 7:15-News and Comment-nt>O l\ 4'11'\KHt.: .
Jack Smith Show-cba '.. .*.
I ( e \" llJA.MKS -/ 9 >OTI('K OK 1'I1.1.15K F4IN MllXotice '. I
Mae fllr fMttldler and continued advanc- Commentary-abe
Dinner Date-mba AI-RKMI-H F KISIIKR I Is hereby clveit In a IUMH II qtag. ..... *
( MM 'IW breame vice the I Plaintiff. ma>.concern that ns t". Ilk via> ofJanuar
iff president 7:30-Van Damm. Quintet-nbo H'G
warfare I
Something new in industrial v"- iii\< .>. A l>. 14'! at 7 Jo p Min ALL SIZES .
Rob Crosby Club-cbs I WILlIIUF. FISHER.Ifcfendant.: .. ..
the Monroe Gusty d .. ._
.r L"
occurred in Kalamazoo Michigan, the Theater USA: -abo mb I Keykxt.. Florida.' the It...,.. ..(

hi speaking about his many years other day when a band of three hundred 7:45:News-II ark Comment ness Comment- -abe I To:OIIDKK Willie Mae orpt. FUher.AddreoH HLHMTIOM. County('....ft')'. Commle".aer Florida will, open u' Yu.r._.1..... 1 From $2.95KANTOR'S

,WEI.. th* r "an).. he said that he was al- raiders in a 40-car motor caravan, raid- :News Sports Broadcast Commeatmbs5:00Henry -cb* You are herel t'nk nf'"required n. to appear bid on f.K...->the I-UTKO.folk.Florida win a-road. Martina work /

.pnii......ty l in hill Aldrich Skit-nbeF !" the Mill for I i\"r<-t- filed
< work result of at Pin Cure. -h
as a strikes hurled "- -si.s
ed two factories closed by .B.L In Peace and War-cb* against. you in the clove g":'ounty road and I
ti111r1 .hrw. >v4>r hard it he sensed Abbott A Co.lello-abc ..n or i.efore the !lit h rta\. itillfKation.x northerly .mania
was an bricks through windows, smashed: parkedcars Name ol Song Quiz-mb*.. Janua,,'. A. 1.. Iq! ...thrrsin.the. Clt: nine* on api>roimateltkre said rtHid ... ...*.
...-ikJ 'Wactiun in .:30-Burn.8r (11.n-nbo <- doing it. set fire milk truck and wrecked willtaken road at the entrance ..f maii I
to a ,. Drama cb* 1- -
101 Keens a. < ".nfr..I.O..n. l. .
Reef .,..
pr..p.rl> hMll.l- lb.
.iiliuprlt. i iH work but Jo Stafford Show-abc and Urdereil at Key .
more blessed i is equipment in the factories.The mb west brush and any ......r p1...
Better Half Quiz- Florida this xth day of I-emler.
... ..N ..... like his work That circum- Associated Press dispatch says 8.55: -By George Hick*-aba A. l>. IS4H. growth road no on that In.lh there pldeii will tof.Ue I. =
Gardner Says-mbs Circuit i ('ou rt
..&abP aln poll between him and Ily Seal) Ross. C ..h'_. /gal fret
frequent that "with commando-like precision, the I50-AI Jolson Show-BbcSuspense iSawyer.Cler in idlh. I

-.., R. He haw not time to worry and raiders "fled the city in the gloom of Personal Autorraph Dramas-cb-abc* Icy: (nil. Anne* ml t.Clrruit.. Loong-.rl.C-ourt.. Hi.h.lump are.uni' |ul.<>r nittle4.k. w.rk. b..ikja and Ijtj at.. A

.... .h.. ft+H-hr* hU day's labor his physi- early dawn." Governor Sigler and police 1:15 Gabriel-New HUller Broadcast Comment-mb.-' mb* Enrique .Kxiiinul. Jr.Atl..rnry Deputy. Clerk. a Ire soot a..v.mpanled per hour by. a All kid fc/U d...kd.".11..

tIh. 518 wept. aft" hw mental condition is officials blame the raid on "union goons" '.30-Dot Lamour Show-nbo f..r I'laintlff.d.... '.1 6.:3.:1': ."4 I Cdkhier vr .-..rUI'e.. .........k .*ul> *
I Crime Photographer-ebs to ten .1. I per mt .f ikextimateil 1 1e
aMltie. 'h* r.*Flpytl{ the rest that comes to him Communist Our Job Is Manhattan-abo total ...,.... ROBE:
and said
that "possible
a .X TIIK ('IRfTITml KT I .
Mysterious Traveler-mba OF Tin It !> suggested tlMI ......,> invt
... KI.K\ KXTII JIIH<'t\L. ('IHCI ITOK .... ., .. ..
tinge" would be investigated. ':55-New for 5 Minute*-niba j the red |>ri r l Ins ik trI'lie
TUB TTK OF FI.OKi. Lido.. u
The union official admit- .10:00: -Th* Screen Guild-nb- IN .%>ll Fllll 'Il'\Ilon: OI'NTl.. Work can IM- u,I. .. ... ...
next day, a Hilton Playhouse-cb* l% "."C'fny.C' traded; .C... : ? \.. '-- k,
i Child's World-abo h. Ike i>t ens
HMH! work U a lot harder than hand members the raid but ... '\.. II.JOIIX -: \ ten consent and .II I. _
ted that its staged Th Thin Man-mba 1IElu.n m. otmemed E M ,... ,.. 5 t
: I
t 1 61l; that'd. .- have 10:30: -Fred Warinc Uuafo- bO within Ins1. ) ..> ltn (
: why so little of it. the Plaintiff.
called it "an open rally" to "support First Klghter Play- B* the letting "f lh..uslr..1 and Il.le -
VH I>I\OK '''-: t.. I.e .........
.vmidete4 wltbia r.
Oama-abo a
employes on strike." He insisted that the Xhuica\Pe Care.Iuslt-mb. KEKNI4-K:' SHAW SIMS. time thereafter c "kTF1 t elN.1 i it \ ,\

I A Mead M IVfendant.oiinKii All bid 1.. mel be I is tk. kand .of
one upon whom you canegardless company had imported strikebreakersand 10:4: -New* Boadcut-aw OF PI TioN the County Clerk .. .,e he-f.-c.
4itMt1'Ide. 11:00-News, Variety t hr* .tbaNews TO KKKNIfK. SHAW 5151$. Tue,.la. >.> 41.I'l Isle
fir ., eltt1)
misfortunes. bandabcNews
y ur that "any violence" which occurred and Dance r/o In urane I'nderwritersliar The ComntlMiM) rr.... ik

.... MMijr have you? was due entirely to the provocation of the 11:1& News, Dance; & Variety Band to X lur 1-*nbo.-nib* ITIh aid Kuildin I Street.! N W.Washingt.n. I I..n bidi. l. .aeeept....... |>nrpii.e rejm-e ni l.,any Ibis a...t.4* 1

1 II. C.
CoaUnaedbo-we$ ,
"scabs." 12:00-Daaclnc You are. required tn ._ fermentKea We.t
n-rlda lH.cntWrlith
Cnmunii are spending millions pear to the Hill of Complaint for : : A l I'. ISIS
to Regardless of whether one's .
sympa- divorce in the above .tied raaoe .n Fts
.. lh. + WILL YOU SMILEI? or before the 10th day of Jjnuart.A. Rids: tASS: > FitClrrk. : [
... .. .r ideology. At first they re- thies lie with the strikers or the manage- ; n. )1949.otherwise! i the allegations I R.wrd..r roomy. ..

......i1. from Moscow therein will lie taken as ronfexwdThi
f.iey acquired in ment of the plants, there is no excuse: for Found .. Order. i I. to l I... puklirhetlonre '"unit r.i.-rhl*
I.. i4 II week for four ronseeulla.weeks ... .IS :J tole
et manner but now it raises mil- the effort of the workers to attempt what a In The KeWe"t 4itixen. a I

...... e f ......rll here in the United States to have been close Two men were talking together newspaper. pul"li"h'.-d in the <*itt <>f
seems to a "militaryraid. in the public library. Said one: Key We..t. TRUCKING SERVICE lWai.
/M+wtly11. dr4nt. foundations DONE: AXl> 4.tIt.r.. this. Mh ( iCR
endowments, I Law and order cannot be sustained "The dime novel has gone. I won- day.( December. A. I' IS4l! tune Moving General Hauling ,

.......:I dm'H.) and appeals. Since a sucker i if disputants resort to such violence. Labor I der where it's gone to?" (:Seal; ) KOSS O \WTER. Every Load Fully Insured
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
The other who knewsome-
/r h er.i every minute, to quote Phineas T. leaders and the members of unions haveas thing of literature in its 'various Monroe Vj. Kathleen County. Nottane.Deputy Florida.: ISLAND CITY TRANSreil I .=

lMotum. it M apparent that these activities much to lose from such 'tactics as phases. answered cynically: "!t.s Clerk. Phone 1(6 S24 Southard St. I
anybody (Sf() ALLAN R. CLKAKK.: JR.
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Information for the Advertisers =;::1 I. !I Ns/.rw.e BY EMILY NOBLE

RATESAdvertisements I is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE | '
I I Chapter 25 but didn't start to pack. There ber. The Coronet Hotel wberf Roc
Regular Tm.. charge for the first 15 words To insure publication copy; | ]
t. .J1 s or, less is 45c. must be in the office before- Ii 1 < DOSALIE- looked very beautiful was just time to swallow a last Hall stayed. Don't him.tell tat Mjr
cup of coffee before Wayne ar- thing happened to
head willtw i'insc'rtpd' The PAYMENT o'clock on the day,of! publica1 1 I; ". as ;she' paced up and down rived. As she opened the door "Would you mind U U dido |.

Citizen at the rate of 2c a word Payment for classified ad- tion. .. e 'her apartmentthe' next morning, he caught her in his arms. "Of course To be trapped] til afire

for each insertion but the vertisements is invariably' in OFFICE = but her eyes .were angry." She "Is everything all right? Tell must be an awful Utmf.."
minimum charge for'-the first. ,advance; but regular advertisrs Business office in The Citit 1 missed her-maid Lucy and even me quickly." "How good-hart4 XUM .f*.
IS words or less is Me. with ledger accounts may zen Building, corner Greene | I so She had.'just; finished te1ep.hon6iog She kissed him 'and drew him And I've always tried t.. -.**
Black FSCTTP. lave their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the 1 the girl 'that' she was not in gaily. "Now you are here myself think other wto Rstwasn't

The rate for blackfac type charged. j right on entering building. 1 wanted any more. Lucy had everythmg is all right I'm glad I i saved. In trapped-much.fact JM ManalhM II*av4 WM
I spluttered but Rosalie had been gave you time to.shave and dress :
MrnrItmfnmttnmUSIIn1mnlllALL uUI11nu000UU0IIUUIUIUItUiu0n0UnIUUUUIiunUFOR nllu9nnnuuuluml661nnuu66nnuuun6nlnmllnn6tFOR = firm for the first time, adamantin beautifully. Have you had breakfast him-and the girl who WM May'log
fact It was not Lucy's faultin ; ?" with hem"
ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In; ;event of in adrertisUff. Of Lucy 'Rosalie
error any way. course i rle nodded gravely. "Yes. I came She brushed her hair beak
I trwuUnt or contract The Citizen will be responsible only for the insertion in CLASSIFIED 11 hadn't back. Lucy known could she collect was coming what ready to do anything you want.," with a quick fpatur' "1 feat yw

ADVERTISING and 'DISPLAY' ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by was due her from Mr. HalL Her eyes shone. "Are you ready have a right t4 know ttksl I

the part of the advertisement. --wher the error occurs. Rosalie would give a good reference to leave for California tonight? stood on the curb across* M* eMeeiand
would send it in factIt He hesitated watching her saw the rewe.
----- -------- --- -- steadily. "I don't understand." He smiled! very .B..*.. -Y_
FOR RENTSTORESLarge SALE-HOTELS SALEHOUSESAND had been best of all to call She laughed shortly "I mean' want to tell me tKafa wfcjr Fm
es. LOTS Wayne early that morning after of course, would you go if I went here now?"
store 218 Simonton. 35x60Reasonable. Small hotel in downtown Key the worst night she had ever with you? It is serious, so don't "In one way-'..."
known. It wasn't altogether the
Phone 632, ask for West Fla.. contains 8 large Two furnished houses, desirable heat which had kept her roll make a quick answer you might looking He took deep both her into hMM her to.....

\ Icy dec2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two location. Write owner Box ing and tossing but that had con- regret"He spoke slowly. "I can only "Something had to .......... !*.frs...-.
apartments. All in perfect XY, c/o Citizen. declO-lOtx tributed. The New York air had make one answer. I would go lie. Somehow you ....-.. s.? MM
roll RENT-APARTMENTS condition. Large lot and good I seemed stifling after Maine. It anywhere in the world-if you mistake you were mafcMf W...*
: Best was easy to decide to quit New I tried to tell I Itww I
I money maker. Must disposeon buy in town. Waterfront went with me. row
York easy to make up her mind "Good.I didn't make mis- sounded like a ceitw.$.d ettata I
Furnished account of health. Box 532, home with dock. Furnished. : any
2S4 room apartment she never back East
coming I'm not I .... To
take then. I have made reserva- hope> Maybe *
Utiiitiw furnished. $25.00 week. Key West, Florida. Two bedrooms. Two baths. Wayne had sounded sleepy over
tions in your name. Will you go must help me to are UiMfs !. .
.ly. Sea Isle Apartments 915 decl-U $8500. $2500 cash, balance like the phone; she had waked him pick them up and then come back better way. I know jrasj .ML*
rent 1328 White Street. up at his hotel of course. Butit "You're km""I
Windsor. Lane. dec 1-If here? I'll be packed and ready awfully
was good to hear his voice : will bf if *
FOR SALE-USED CARS decl5-tf to go to lunch. y.k. m aav
and the with which he
eagerness She took his far brtw KT
I'll do anything you say ***
Modern furnished and greed to come to see her at ten .
efficiency FOR '.SALEMISCELLANEOUSWhite Rosalie." hands and kissed Alta ". .. ymtr
'. bedroom apartments. Yearly or 1936 Buick, fair shape and 1940 o'clock. "Splendid. After lunch I want arms around me. WayiM Maki
season rental. Pine Plaza, Chrysler club coupe. Very clean. "I cane with you in half an you to go visit Mrs. Monahan me feel you really wasrt Inc "
11341 Truman Ave. nov30tl Fluid and overdrive. 240-C enamel $2.75. Outside hour if you really need me." with me. She is Joe's mother, His embrace was quark, race
Poinciana, TeL 1050-J. white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per She had laughed faintly. "No the fat woman who taught me sunng.. his lips Arm on awrs 9M
dec4-3tx r gallon up. 50-ft %" garden Ten o'clock will be fine. But I'll to dance. She is very sick and J I clung to him. It was gopsl to r_(
Apartment Electric kitchen. hose395. Doherty & Co, 846 want your help then." came back from Maine to see her to him to feel she could gtvm hr
Per 909 Elizabeth last I to problems over to has and. b#
day or season. Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf She smiled, remembering and night promised go again
before-before I knew it troubled by them no mar*. fe*
Street dec6-tf Five-passenger Crosley car 1948 glanced at the clock. It was almost today
I model, low mileage new con- ten now. was to be goodbye. I know I am wanted to cry but there ..ul4
Furnished rooms Bundles of old newspapers at 1- She hurried to answer the belLIt asking a great favor, but I want be time enough 'or that Tern
3 dition. Forty miles to gallon.
apartment and I'' tent each bundle. Inquire at was her trunks which she you to meet her." were still th.ngs to be dues kn.U
bath. Maid and janitor serv- Located 1005 Flagler Avenue. the Citizen Office. nov20-tf luckily had bought along with "Ill do anything you say, to be cut In a fw Mart elite
o ice, linens and utilities fur Price $675.00. dec5-4t. her clothes. She had them car- Rosalie." would be on the t-M,
nished. Coral Hotel Apart.meaU. Christmas ried into her bedroom and tippedthe West and all would b* wML .
Post Office. lite special. Noma man generously, after extracting GOT your father's letter when could forget"Ah. -
opposite 1941 Ford convertible, 5 I
passengers bubble lites, $3.00; General his promise that he I got back here-very late last I Just in tim Brat it Uf
dee7-21t radio heater new paint Electric series lites, $1.19; in- would personally see they got off night after-after th:! fire. I children. Papa's >Kos> *.*
new top. 1938 Packard, 4-door dependent burning, indoors, that afternoon. She ooened them "Fire?" He nodded. "I remem- (T* be caUa...)
Apartment for One sedan radio, heater, new paintif $2.39; outdors $2.79. Poor Old --
or two bedrooms, residential desired. 1937 Chevrolet 2-
:rrdan- ?2S United St, Phone door sedan good condition rea Craig 1019 White. dec3-6tx FOR SALE. RENT OR LEASE- will now be made to0...-..'

IfJ.. dec6-ltx sonable. Can be seen at Tony's.I White rubber wringer rolls foi BUSINESS PLACES I Indigenous j I personnel in future dwertha

Auto Body Shop, 603 Greene. All contain Hoe waled
all Apply I
washers. Phone 1164-M.
..roa l\EJIT-HOTEL- ROOMS dec 16-61: dec3-6t Bar to sell rent'or lease. Personnel j 'indegenous will be tbotgd M
'I I White Inn Bar, 1018 Truman ,
Orrrseas lute Cof- Avenue dec5-6tx to read 'German' "
Hotel rate* FOR SALE-BOATS AND i I I
:fee.atop, bar decl-lmo MARINE MOTORS I Child's automobile, 6-year-old Now 'German'BERLINlPThe I There was no official xi4aMa<
II I size. Practically new. Phone FOR SALE-BUSINESS I ,; tion for the change, but an ofi .

TOR RENT-APARTMENTS I I 466M. dec5-2tx PLACES U. S. Army i ficer in the division respueeib1e l.I
Gray marine engines and service.C. .:
AND ROOMS i says that henceforth Germans in for carrying it out NNII:
R. Smith opposite Firestone Elks gold ring set with five Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply ,its employ are going to be called i iThat word 'indigenous has

Ttie' Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming<< Station Marathon. decl-lmo I small diamonds. $30.00.702 132 Simonton Phone 287. j Germans and not "indigenous been with us as lone as milHary

Street, has an efficiency apt I I Elizabeth Street dec5-2tx dec6-4txj; (native) personnel. i i government existed Tup side

and several sleeping<< rooms vacant Marine plywood boat 9 ft. ex-. A notice in the official "Daily didn't tell us why they wets

Low weekly of monthly cellent condition $55.00. 46 i Designs for letterheads menu WANTED TO BUY 1 Bulletin" says: "W her ever changing, but I suppose that now

.rates. dec .U Rest Beach. dec4-6tx cards personal stationery, dis- I 'indigenous' Personnel, reference the term is considered tJbJ4\16Qfto

tinctive signs for homes and Crib in good condition. Lt Lang, !r formerly reference was made to able -
FOR I\.EHT-I\OOMS-- FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD businesses. Marshall Studio in Underway Training Unit Phone I I -- -

4 FURNITURE b APPLIANCES Telegraph Lane. 790, Ext 296.
Boom and light housekeeping I ]I I dec4-16-18-3t dec162t'I I

roans, $3 to $13 per week. 4i General Electric washing maIl I I MOVING AND HAULING
jWl1lfam Street nov27-26tx l chine. $40.00. Phone 1164-M. Equity in 1942 Pontiac Torpedo 8 |

decll-7t I'i" sedanette. Body and mechanical Furniture Moving f
lix>ms for rent Cheap. Phone condition perfect Apply General Hauling NEWS

Sl7/. declO6txLarge I Household effects. Living room I II I 525 Eaton between 3 and 6 Every Load Fully Insured'

I I dining room and bedroom I P.M.. : dec6-4tx ISLAND CITY TRANSFER
well ventilated sleeping suites. Six months old. Excellent Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman
rooms at weekly rates. Maid I I condition. Phone 382-W. FOR SALE-PROMISSARY dec5-4t
i Iservic*. Young's TourWt Rest dec3-6tx ; NOTES


\ : '. declS-tf i Apartment-size Magic Chef gas Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Art- -- I RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS, NEURITISand

range, $30.00. Phone 417-M. man Frees, Citizen Bldg. Phone Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture such complaints as Headaches. NerroiwneM. Arid To '- BlotlM.
r' FOR RENT HOUSES dec6-lt 51. Ug2-tf or commercial. Phone: 798. LacK ol Vitality, Energy, Poor Appetite. Unu rw.i t. Duf iDrugless .

decl-tf j Health Colon Illustrations

Vf;>t Rent Season. .two-bedroom FOR SALEBICYCLESAND FOR SALEMERCHANDISEHOME NO MATTER bow long yea THE COLON to *f IB* ..*
house furnished. Excellent lo.cation. TRICYCLES LOST i ii have been sntttrtag from stomach foUowlBg Important spas UUttratiMM W w .badf.*.. f tM h*

Call 807..1. decH-tf -- DECORATORSWe i kidney and rheumatic distress coloa la carious tmrmt,at..*.._-
have increased stock Black Cocker Spaniel about 212 I I and what drags yon have tried before dittos la health mist b. Tea (aty
t 28" bicycle, newly painted, $25.00. our you can. now, hope for reliefif ask: New to my rWB?
roll RENT-COTTAGES Whitney Steer-O-Matic wicker giving you a wide selection of years old. Was last seen on) yon take GEO-l\II ERAL. With r

type stroller. $10.00. Apt 45-1 fabrics for Slip Covers Upholstery porch December 13th on Simonton ] your eyes SEE the results seven
Shan efficiency oottage. Couple Poinciana. dec4-3tx and Draperies. Manyof at 1115. Reward offered days after yon start taking 1C t

only. Utilities furnished. $18.00 the newest patterns. Ex- to anyone who can give in- j make DRUGGISTS.GEO-l\IL'l ERAL.Chemists It cannot comes

per week. 800 Simonton Phone Lady's 26" bicycle. Good condi- ceptional values from $1.25 up. formation as to where the dog i from the earth-Nature's labora
444. dec4-3tx tion. $15. 1320-A Seminary St CAROLINE SHOPon can be found. (sd) Albert Diaz.1decl52tx tory. Contains NO dope, NO alcohol
I NO oiL ONLY Nature'smineralsthe
Phone 862-& dec4-3tx Ann Street decll-tf j I oldest most reliable -+ 1Y
FOR RENT-BUNGALOWS remedy for rheumatism arthritis

Man's bicycle, good balloon tires, GARDEN, AND LAWN Children's pet large brown dog. kidney and stomach ailments.

furnished two-bedroom bunga- $17.50. 1900 Staples Ave. SUPPLIESTwo Last name Rusty. Tag No. Wonder MineralsFOR

low. Downtown area. $75 per decl6-ltx 353. Reward. 905 South St.,I I THOUSANDS of years
month. Telephone 124 or I Persian: kittens. Pedigree Phone 720. decl6-3tx | sufferers, on advice of doctors, to
j to mineral springs to get cure, or
736-R. dcc5-2t be had. One
FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES. papers may relief. The late President Roosevelt -
SCOOTERS AND CYCLES orange and one black. Key PERSONAL | used to fo to Warm Springsin
FOR RENT-DOATS I West Garden & Lawn Supply ______ I Georgia. He was helped or
would not have gone there regularly # s .
914 Phone 1019. Chase Yoga readings -
Three-wheel Cushman utility Fleming, Bertha Beers twice a year. TIIE IDEIL CULUX. A ps MB
Sam Lowe'. Boat Rental Service. 6x6 tires. Johnson Ft. decl4-tf daily. 1 to 9 P.M. Trailer | WE HAVE all heard of the perfect health P"wsw a e.ks Ilk*
this arm aad reBlaf MfefaacttoBiBg
New outboard in Mara- miraculous springs of Lourdes -
Mercury motors across from stop BtBirl .
Trailer 37 Shore Patrol *
Taylor, or I
France and famous Thronlon in
and Ramsey plywood boats and dec5-2tx BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES thon. decl4-6tx '
ancient Greece, where accordingto
.boats. Visit Stock Island .
ro legend Hercules the god of M
today, and fish your worries Books Books Books REPAIRS-RADIOS < eternal strength and youth drank
way. deelO-6tx FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE Art Supplies Art Supplies its waters young.IF .and bathed to be forever

Bookshop, Cor. Simonton & Eaton Radio repairs while-U-wait. Low _
Stock Island 400 ft YOU ARE a sufferer and
oceanfront -
FOR J\EKT-BUSIKtSS dec2-tues-thurs-sat-lmox standard prices by catalog. 14 j: can not go to the mineral
PLACES Bargain. Must be sold years radio experience in manufacturing j springs try GEOMINERALwhich
at once. Mr. Kitty c/o Citizen WANTEDSALESMENIf plants. 1116 White- contains a blend of the < le"Cua1It.ITIO.V
decl-tf j I i same minerals that can be foundat
Large store, corner Truman I head Street nov30-28tx i, the world's best springs. The
Avenue and White Street Excellent you are amibitious you can minerals In it may work miracles.
location. Call owner. Dining room, seating 77 persons. make good money with a Raw- REPAIRS-REFRIGERATION i j Amazing Results
2 and 4 bedroom furnished
leigh business. We help get I
M-J. dec14-Stx you WATCH your elimination from
homes. Immediate delivery. started. No experience neededto Immediate service domestic or your bowels tw o or three dais after
WANTED TO RENT 8. 12 and 22 unit apartment start Steady work. WriteRawleigh's { commercial. Holbrook Refrig- you start using GEO-MINERAL.-
The waste, black coal. will
and hotel as
houses Apartment
Dept. FAL-660-2, eration Service, Phone 724W. break away and you will ME it! L
sites. Paul Boysen, 626 Flem- Memphis Tenn. dec6-ltx dec4-6tx Also examine urine. You
Navy lieutenant and family desire your may Is tae 'asst N
two-bedroom hou&c ing St. Box 303. dec5-6tx see impurities-poisonous waste- this aloBle akwwmjl rMtfltlM WIbisrolan.
or coming out of your kidneys, and IMPORTNT fcrrpcctM
apartment unfurnished pre- Avenue and! feel the relief. Be sure to watch free from saste malts
Two lots on Flagler F' for all this to realize the priceless
ferred. Permanent. Please call 3tNGI
1522-W. dec5-2tx one on Johnson. Call 443J.'I'I I WANTED TO RENT value of GEO-MINERAL.-
I GEO-MINERAL- is not a physic _
Tir A'orof Reserve : and does not interfere with the f-sv
Apartment or house, with stove I at the Mastic foods in the intestines. It gets eIiIe
,and refrigerator. Have my Two-room cottage 1211 Packer Officers grant to rent down to the root cleaning and
Trailer Park. Apply purifying, throwing away poisonsgas
furniture. 706 White
wn St. toxins and bloatinr. Not
Street E. Martinez. Auxiliary Cabin Sloop
Apt S. dcc6-6tx like physics, O Ia catharticsdo. -
decl63txFOR ': but in a Natural, harmless. -
I :\ for 10 days 102 tceeks I
SALE-STORE about middle of Janu 100% Guaranteed w--

Refrigerator or ice box. Phone EQUIPMENTOne I Will $150. I WE URGE you to try CFO-
MINERAL. Go to your drugstore
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NOW and get one bottle.Tse
3-hole Frigidaire ice cream
Please send all details it seven days. If you are not 100
'ME1., WANTED-FEMALE cabinet. $75.00. Apply Adams per cent satisfied we will refund i r
Dairy. dec166tMISCELLAXEOUS to your money in falL .
unable to work TRY IT It may be the remedy SPASTIC co.sTlr.tnor-Pla sing '.
Need but
money Headquarters for Distinctive you NEED! and making the dowB .! tk* desce.di.d cal...
full time Earn substantial in- ISP, care of best Investment for your health.It This rondltioB sites hy sew
come. Hours at your convenience. Hallmark Christmas Cords may do wonders for yon-make use of bunk caikartfc-t, pSrska
Write street address to Picture framing pictures framed The Citizen you feel eat. sleep work and en- GEO-MINERAL Retail Pries
I Joy life better. 1 Bottle fide a Bottles f Avon Products Inc. P. O. Box and matted. DiNegro's, 614 The Hobby Shop
hot W. Palm Beach FJa. Francis, Phone 1197M. CENTRAL PHARMACY-Key West. Florida

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rolWU'lJ n..m HandeVs, Chrixtmas Oratorio To Be Dance At Landon NamedCommissioner

NEWS j I! Presented Tomorrow Night At First N.C.C.S.Friday '

PlmnPCThe Citizen Office-51 Methodist Church By City'Singers Night !

I The name ifor the orchestra For Hotels
Residence-6 -XJ f
Tomorrow night the Key West abiding in the field: keeping
":11I11 ,.1...... I I Comprising ,Beatrice Moreno,, Ida
l1U18180881011186l61I.arge Community Singers will present watch over their flock by night. I JACKSONVILLE Fla.jbec. 15
and Gerald Pinder is
,And Appreciative Audience Handel's Christmas Oratorio "The'' I' 15. Arioso Soprano. Luke i I still to be decided upon. Names, I I I (FNS).--James T. Landon 36.
Messiah," at the First Methodist 11:9: And lo, the angel of the I Jacksonville realtor and former

Enjoyed First Presentation Of "FolliesOf I Church at 8:00 o'clock sponsoredby Lord glory came of the upon Lord them shone, and round the I at will the be NCCS submitted Dance by contestants tomorrow.J,I hotel public relations director

the Key West Recreation De- Friday evening,.and if the will be state hotel commissionerunder
WIT Last Night At high School partment.The I afraid.about them, and they_ were sore winning name is decided prize-I I Governor elect Fuller
.... director T. lucky winner will receive either
Jennings Moss, 16. Recitative Soprano. Luke I Warren. The next governor
announced -
Despite mechanical difficulties mention should be made of Violet will also sing the tenor part; 11:10: And the angel said unto the man's prize, a Ronson lighter, 1 last week the appoint-

tint ttutwtened to disrupt everythHvt Summerall a large active wo- Leona Moreland, the soprano:; them Fear not: 'for, behold I or the girl's prize, a fitted eve- I ment of Landon to succeed J. Lee

the -Follies of 1949" had man with a large voice and good Marjorie Coburn, contralto, and bring you good tidings of great ning bag. i Ballard of St Petersburg in the
'its ffott performance last night at sense of comedy who appeared in John B. Haines the bass. Wil- joy, which shall be. to all peo The Judges will consider fav- i! $6,000-a-year post..
the High School under the spon- liam R. Neblett will be the organist orably names that are short or- ; Landon served with Warren in
.......p of the Key West Junior several numbers. She andChas. and Mayfield Salis the pianist ple.Luke 11:11: For unto you is iginal and catchy. Only one name I 1 the Navy, He was, a lieutenant on
WwNwn's Club. Albury, in the opening number i born this day in the city of Davida may be submitted by each con- I an ammunition ship and served in

The ru tumes were fresh and gave an entertaining-specialty. The chorus is composed of the Saviour which is: Christ the : testantThe both the Atlantic and Pacific.He .
pretty and the performers, both Another specialty that pleasedthe following: Lord. .- orchestra will play for attended the University of
.MMteur and professional. were audience was that of Marge Chorus I I 17. Arioso Soprano. Luke II: and dancing all Servicement from 9 p. m.Junior to 11 p.-m. Illinois the University of Edinburgh -
rfttbuatMttc and lively. The endue Sjursen and Charles Albury in SOPRANO: Helen R. French 13: And suddenly there was with in Scotland and is a graduate -
tesses GSO invited
are to bepresent
hw. was enjoyable with the South of Key West closing Vivian Gartenmeyer, Mrs. Virgil the angel a multitude of the Refreshments will of the University of Florida.
sew esl| highlights deserving of number in which there was perfect Hargis. Mrs. H. D. Joynton, Mary heavenly host praising God and 1 served. be Having served on the same mention. timing and motion. Anne Matchett. Thelma Porch, Saying, ship with Jim during World WarII
The Stungec, a mixed quartet Lack of space prohibits the in- Louise Rayzor Patricia Rayzor, 18. Chorus-Luke II:14Glory I I know he is a man of out-
..f tM appeatance and completely dividual mention of each partici- Allene Speer, Ruth D. Stricken to God in the highest and peace I 17 Hospital standing courage and sound
ttrvmut of any facial expression pant in the show, but suffice it Hester R. Stutz. Mrs..John Whit on earth good will towards men. ] judgement," Warren said lie
w4nteler. except utter blankness to say that the large audience enjoyed TENOR: John F. Dillon. E. Joe 19. Air Soprano. Zechariah Patients On attributed to Landon"* a thorough
uwwte. pen tltc entrances went the entire presentation. Hernandez. Claude E. Salis, N. B. 1X3: Rejoice greatly, 0 daughterof I knowledge of every part of
t krwugti delightful pantomimes There will be another and Shannahan. John White. Zion; shout 0 daughter of i Florida having traveled with
burl .waited leaving the audience closing performance of the "Fol- ALTO: Gay Lou Barroso, Glo- Jerusalem: behold thy King com-i Fishing Trip me during my campaign into
MivuWd" with laughter.The lies" tonight following which riana Bayly. Joan Bills. Patricia eth unto thee: he is the righteous I Seventeen U. S. Naval Hospital every community in the state." -

waltz routine of Betty and members of the cast and the director Bond. Mrs. W. C. Clawson, Reola Saviour and he shall speak ambulatory patients were -
Butt SMtipMun and Gerald Pander Frank Lloyd, will be entertained McHugh, Frances Meggs Kay peace unto the heathen driven to Pirates Cove Wednesday Born Again
was "very beautiful and this en- t at a cabaret at Raul's I Wuebbold. I j 20. Recitative Contralto. for an afternoon of fishing. i
tore eqwence was nice to watch Club on the Boulevard. BASS: D. Burchill, Jr., D. CJ Isaiah XXXV:5: Then shall the The party was conducted joint- A man came to President
inrtudmg the chorus with their With the funds raised from the Challis, W. C. Clawson. Dick eyes of the blind be'opened, and ly by N.C.C.s.; Navy YMCA. and Adams saying: "I'm an Irishman *
|.-tH gowns and the couples I presentation of the "Follies" the Hansen, Hoke Holcomb E. Z. the ears of the deaf unstopped. the American Red Cross Recrea- sir, and 1 want to shake
dtMMAg. Junior Woman's Club plans to MulJins. Ralph Noble, J. D. Isaiah XXXV:6Then: shall the tion Worker, with the permissionof hands with you."
There was also an extremely further their community welfare Scott Chas. Spooner, W. L. Stutz, lame man leap, and the tongueof 1 Captain O. A. Smith (MC) U. I "How do you like this country
.NMMing skit caricaturing the lo-1 work and many other civic ac Edward Patton. the dumb shall sing. I S. N. Medical Officer in Com ?" asked the President"I
e*] WMMH' Club Officers and tivities. ProgramThe I 21. Air Contralto Soprano. mand. like it very much," repliedthe

-- .- ----- -...- --- _- .- entire program is given Isaiah XL:11 He shall feed his : Handlines from the bridge net Irishman, "so much, indeed,
-- flock like
below a. shepherd: and he I ted the anglers a fair catch of that I intend to become a native."

Business And Professional W 0111 ell'S 1. Sinfonia.: J]I shall arm, and gather. gently the lambs lead those with that his : bottom fish, snappers and grunts. .
Rev. G. Leon The fishermen included G. R.
2. Invocation
with :
I Club Held Christmas are young. Burnsworth SN, A. S. Kessler
Party Last Night Wells. \j Matt XI: 28: Come unto Him, SA H. I
S. Bond CS
3. Arioso Tenor. Isaiah XL:I an that labour 2, Ken Aho;I Events
and Coming
are heavy
SA, J. H. Knoble SOSN, W. F.I
At Woman's Clubhouse On Dui val StreetOne -Comfort yet Comfort ye my laden. and He will give you rest Mason AL 3, R. W. Hultgren FN.
people aith your .God. XL:2-j J Matt XI: 29: Take his yoke J. G. Thomas SA, F. W. Clausseh '.'IIURSDA Y. DECEMBER 16th.
of the most beautifully appointed ;: exquisite candalabra used with Speak ye, comfortably to Jerusalem upon you. and learn of him, for Pie, C. H. Cox EN L. E. Heaton !i Closing Performance "Folliesof

parties of the year was j! the compliments of Virginia an dcry unto her, that her he is meek and lowly. of heart: SN G. L. Saunders SA P. K. 1949", Sponsored by Junior

heW Wednesday night by the i iBuMiMM I Mock and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph warfare is accomplished, that her and ye shall find rest unto your I Lake Vet, L. L. Mathis SN E. W. Woman's Club, 8X>0 PJll.
and Professional Wo- j iniquity is pardoned XL:3- souls. High School Auditorium.
I Dixon of. the Beachcomber. I Schneider Vet, E. M. Kincaid
wen's Club of Key West The voice of him that crieth in] 22. Benediction Cabaret
with approximately I Rev. John : FN, B. F. Saunders Vet Party for Cast fol-
sixty persons in attendance. There were also tiny little real- the wilderness. Prepare ye the Payton. I lowing show Raul's Club.
|I burning fireplaces and very, way of the Lord Make straight in 23. Chorus: Bingo party, St Mary's Parish
A buMfies. meeting, presided very little weiners speared on the desert a highway for our Rev. XlXtf: Hallelujah: for the i 31 Leave Via Hall, Duval street 8 p. ra.
aver by Mrs. Wilhemina Harvey toothpicks so that a minature God. Lord God omnipotent reigneth.Rev. Sponsored by Catholic
President, preceded the annual weiner-roast could be held. This 4. Air Tenor. Isaiah XL:4-. XI:15: The kingdom Plane For Cuba Daughters of America Society
Christmas party with vital inteeest | was a delightful innovation. Refreshments Every valley shall be exalted, of this world is become the kingdom of St. Vincent de Paul
being shown in a Tag Day in keeping with the and every mountain and hill .]j of our Lord, and of his YesterdayPassengers and Holy Name Society.
project under the chairmanship ]j season were served. made low the crooked Christ: and he shall reign for' FRIDAY DECEMBER 17th-
.* Mrs Rose Miller and Mrs. I I Bountiful were the gifts that straight and the rough places ever and ever. leaving Key West Audubon Society Screen Tour,
Margaret Wellons to raise moniesIan 1 the members brought in to share plain: J I Rev. XIX:16: King of for Havana via Aerovias "Q" yes- Key West High School. 2:00
.. a Blood Bank to be maintained i with the less fortunate persons of 5 Chorus. Isaiah XLtS-rAnd. Kings and Lord of Lords. terday included: P.M., children: 8:00 POI
.. ed !<< ,.. Miss Marie Hart, our community during Christ- the glory of the Lord shall be revealed -:J Program Notes Florence Cameron Ray Powell, Adults. Roger Tory Peterson,
,.-.. Superintendent of the Monroe mas week. Exchange of tokens and all flesh shall see it'' The following notes will be of; Marjorie Powell. Mary Bean Ev- speaker.
County Hospital and Treasurer among guests brought much together for the mouth of the interest to music lovers: elio Martinez Charles Galloway,T Closing of Public Schools of
erf the local BPWC Club told of mirth when Santa Claus Mae Lord hath spoken it. I I| The first half of the 18th cen-' Jean Galloway, Janet Bement, 1 Monroe County for Christmasand
)toe vital need of a Blood Bank inMMS Walston dashed in with 'Santa's :6. Recitative, Bass. Haggai tury is known to..musicians : Austin Belle ? .Sullivan Julio New, Year's Holidays.
community pack on her back and a little 11:6thus: saith i the Lord of the "Age of Bach and Handel.". Leonard Carmen Perez. John 1 Programs.' parties, luncheonsand
),I,.. Claire Arlen volunteered perspiration on her white-whis- hosts; Yet once, a little These two master completely Cone, Warren Lane, Catherine exchanging of gifts in
to serve as chairman of a local kered face. while, and I will shake the heavens dominate the period. Both were Lane, Emilio Norcisa, Erdlia I. individual classes of all pub-
dub carnival to be held on the | The traditional Christmascarols and the earth the sea. born in 1685, and in towns not: Norcisa. lic schools.
hosptUI grounds proposed for the symbolic of the season and the dry land; 11:7-And I far separated. Surprisingly, they' Colon Hillier Lulu Hillier Poinciana School Christmas
month of Fedruary. Other clubs | proved a merry song feast under will shake all nations and the never met Handel died nine Nora P. Adams William Bastilla. Party. 1 P. M. at the School.
la the city would be invited to the direction of Mrs. Eva Warner desire of all nations shall come: years after Bach. Jose Hernandez. Eusebio Lopez, Meeting, Officers Wives Club,
sponsor a booth with such standst Gibson, who also rendered a solo Malachi I11:1the Lord, Although German-born, George'I Raul Fernandez Rodolfo Hom- I Ft Taylor. Christmas pro-
b* set up as candy, cake buffet in her usual inimitable manner. whom ye seek, shall suddenlycome Frederick Handel spent a large panera. Jesse D. Corbin Mildred I I gram. Hostesses, Wives of
( dinner, fortune telling games. Piano accompaniment by Mrs. to his temple even the part of his life in London where Corbin, Orlando Garcia, Ramiro I Anti Submarine Development -
He. Fund raised in this manner Althea Fowler and Miss Beverly of the covenant whomye he became a respected and leading I I Valdes Maria Gomez, Alicia Val- i j Squadron 1.
would be used for the County Arthur kept guests in tune messenger delight in: behold. he shall composer. Any list of great i des, Maxwell Harrison. The Messiah." oratorio, pre-

JltMfMUL throughout the evening's enter- come, saith the Lord of hosts. English composers and musicians I sented by Key West Com-
Another Fun Night" with the ;; tanment. 7. Air-Bass-Malachi 111:2- would be headed by the name VFW Will munity Singers. 8:00 p. m.
Uke in.ku U being planned to I j Games improvised by Mrs But who may abide the day of Handel. Such a place did he First Methodist (Stone)
..... funds for the local hospital { Anita Hartenstine were received his coming? And who shall stand make for himself in that country Hold Meeting Church.
ahs. .. enthusiastically.Mrs. when he appeareth For he is that upon his death in 1759. Bingo party. Cuban Club, Du
Mrs. Lucille Hardaway and I Rose Frank gained the like a refiner's Fire he was honored by the British TonightSouthernmost val street 8 p. m. Sponsoredby
Cuban Club.SATURDAY .
Mrs SteH Ciesinski were commended I rapt attention of the guests by 8. Redtative-Contralto-lsaiah nation with a graver in
by the membership on her reading of "The Gifts of the VII:14: Behold a virgin shall ster Abbey. westmin-I Post 3911, Veterans DECEMBER Christmas 18Children's -
the rrrrni( success of their rummage :Magi". onceive, and bear a son and Handel's early and I I of Foreign Wars, will hold Party.
.*...f'. J''A local needy family was hall call his name Immanuel were given over largely to the its regular meeting this eveningat 3:30 Commerce P. M., Junior Clubhouse Chamberof
As attested to during theevening. by the club to spreadI "God-with-us." writing of operas. '- In 1738 he 8:30 p. m. at their clubhouseon ,
Mrs. Grace Crosby is |i I I cheer and tangible goods during 9. Air and Chorus. IsaiahXL turned to the oratorio and be- Elizabeth street. All membersand Flagler Avenue. Sponsoredby
.Mwdutatmg. the program of the :j': the Yuletide season. : 9: 0 thou that telleth good came an undisputed master in visiting comrades are cor- Jayshees.Monte
Hl'WC for the year with splendid J I The members and guests left tidings to ion get thee up onto this field. Although Italian in dially invited to attend. Carlo Night sponsoredby
cwprratmn berg shown by comm !! the Woman's Club much happier the high mountain; 0 thou that origin the oratorio took root and Naval Officers Wives
: .
.Itee chairman and all mem- !j: persons after expressing pleasure tellest good tiding to Jerusalem, flourished in England particu- Club Officers Club, Ft Tay
tars .. ,[ for all of the work and thought lift up thy voice {with; strength; larly under the leadership of this Early Bird MONDAY lor 8:30 DECEMBER p. m.
The meeting was turned >cve.rJ:! which iiaji' gneinto the planning lift it up be not ara'igy.intp 'suprem .exponent '

t. Mr, *. Alice Robinson whq "'of this partyv by the following the cities of Judah' t r Q t .1:1Q.;: t..'Jn Tt e"-oratorio' ( is a sister art- Gets Worm "Organ. Recital. 'Church, St., Paul's 8:00 Episcopal P.M.-
served as Mistress of Ceremonies committee members: Alice Rob- God ; form of the opera. There are
fir the party. inson, Chairman, Maye Walston. LX: 1. Arise, shine: ; for thy numerous similarities in con- Charles R. Roberts organistCOMPARE
The table setting was most attractive Rose Cohen, Emma Wolkoff light is come and the glory of struction. The presentation differs SYDNEY, Australia-A mag-
in the dining hall and Hester Stutz, Anita Hartenstine, the Lord is risen upon thee. in the absence of scenery. pie was recently discovered ly-
wan many compliments for the I IniiMmitUe Anita Gato" Rose Kissell and 10. Arioso Bass. Isaiah LX: action, etc. And the chorus receives -I ing on its side and gasping for ?
L For, behold darkness shall breath. A tug at what looked :
members. At either I! Mickey Renner, all new mem- a greater prominence in '. \ ijoJ .
end III the banquet table was] bers. rover the earth and gross darkness the oratorio. I like a worm protruding from its ;
_. the people; But the Lord Handel composed thirty-two mouth pulled out two yards of .
thee and his' twine which the bird had almost
shall arise upon .
.tlv'e; glory shall be seen upon thee. i I oratorios, the most popular of I succeeded in swallowing. After )-
Roger Tory Peterson To LX: 2, The people that walkedin which has" proved recorded to be "The that being relieved of the "worm," '
Messiah. It is EM ALI
the darkness have seen a great I the bird got up and flew away. .
i Tomorrow To Conduct First OfAndnbon ight: and they that dwell in the this work was completed' in
land of the shadow of death tewnty-four days, an amazing accomplishment Read the Classified Ads AND YOU'll BUY THE NEW
It was composedin
them hath the light shined.
Society Screen Tours jpon
12. Chorus.-Isaiah IX: 6 For 1741 over two hundred years EASY

Arrangements for the first- Au- gas in preparing material for hi: unto us a child is born, unto us ago) and was given its first per
is given: and the govern- formance in Dublin Ireland. on -:- VISIT -:-
book BIRDS OVER AMER i son
etui Screen new
**) Tour sponsored I ICHILDREN'S
13, 1742. S
ICA. In it he tells of Dry Tortu- ment shall be upon his shoulder: April
jmntly by the Monroe County gas off Key West being Ameri and his name shall be called At this first presentation in CORNER I
Audubon and the National The Dublin the people rose from withAUTOMATIC
Society ca's greatest bird spectacle and Wonderful, Counsellor 421 Simnoton (Near Sears) I
Audubon Society, have been the oldest bird colony. He point Mighty God, The Everlasting their seats when they heard the SPIN-RINSE
i I
of Peace. magnificent Hallelujah Chorus I
Father, The
mmpk-ted. it was announced today out John James 1
by George Mills White, himself spent much time in thi 13. Pastoral Symphony. thereby establishing a custom Unusual DOLLSwith
Luke which has now become universal. -
14. Recitative Soprano.
Chairman of the Screen TourOammttue area about one hundred twenty Hand-Made
of the local Society. years ago. An interesting feature II:3there were shepherds.

The speaker, Roger Tory Peter- of bird life is developed by ------_- _-- Natural Skin Doll
sun, M scheduled to arrive in Key Peterson in the book when he $,100 wales mats
13 Inches .
West early tomorrow afternoon tells in the chapter "Hurricane Special Christmas Program For rssrEr as.iroaqNEEE
by automobile and will talk to Waifs" how tropical birds are NrIE1E
rhuol students at the High carried hundreds or even thou. HOLGATE TOYSfor
School Auditorium at two o'clock sands of miles from /heir native Officers Wives Luncheon Tomorrow Babies (6 Months) Up to
hawinc natural color films onnature homes by being caught in the I Children (10 Years)
Tomorrow at the semi-monthly J. N. Harbilas, A. P. Gallupe and I
subjects and explainingthe calm eye of hurricanes and then
riddle of migration. In the set down unharmed on strange luncheon meeting of the Officers W. J. Redwine. Famous SIFO Wooden I
evenine at eight fifteen he will I shores. Wives Club which will be heldat The special Christmas program I INSET PUZZLES
address an audience of adults. I These and many other interesting Fort Taylor, officers wives of that has been arranged for the J
IVtmon is no stranger to the y aspects of bird life, migration Anti submarine Development occasion will include the singing I Child's Name
Key Weal area and the Florida I I!I I and conservation will be Squadron One will act as hos- of carols by the Naval Station I I Anythinq Free o/Put On
Key, having spent much time in I I ItMi I discussed by Roger. Tory Peterson tesses. Gospel Singers a group of boys ChargeCHILDREN'S / O M ACTION TOM M/
''It' Nty. and on Dry Tortu- I here tomorrow. In the absence of Mrs. Morgan forming a choir.It .
_. Harris it has been announcedthat has also been announced thata -THE- Mumford & Ross
f-n-: ;: : Mrs. J. R. Lee will serve as babysisterwill be supplied CORNER
The Government owns some I Molokai, size of the special hostess for the day and during the luncheon period for 220 DUVAL STREETNext
fetid miHW motor vehicles of all 1 Hawaiian Islands, is popularlyknown hostesses for the luncheon party I I the convenience of mothers at- I 421 SIMONTON STREET Door Dtlmonico Restaurant
Xtecu, J as the Friendly h1a.nd. will be the Mesdames J. A. Jones tending.



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West Senior Baseball League : *
f (Municipal Stadium) MARKE
"..r Tram Wine BAER'S'
;! Club- W. L. Pet f i QUALITY
.her Ilearhruutlteritl I i Key West Clowns 5 3 .625
Three Games i i Red Raiders .- 5 3 .625
".," n%. Win.IY 1|Atomic Bombers 4 4 .500
Of Basketball American Legion -. 2 6 .333, Corner Dura nntl O/irw .Sfjc. 7W*firW ?!.: I IT 1..trprn.L.. : j

,.. ft* *r Srtmi4 five in Claw BASKETBALLClass !
A ... B wort gnats last t Tonight At t Gym Club- "A" Lage. W..L. PetSonar WESTERN CORN FEDPORK .

tai ad Urttt retain first place in School 3 1 .75*!
..- >+....... The Sonar B tie i In the opener of three games of Bob'a Sport Shop __ SI .667
m4k UM Elks....., Bihar drive in, basketball tonight at the' High Pollock's Jewels ___ 12 .333!
M 1 .. B *rhc.mbm Jeweler School Gymnasium the Junior Independents ---- .---. 1 3 250 j' CHOPS LB. 42c
1AMJnla to Sonar B andaaASf
; Class"B"League
A Mat the Independents. Varsity will tackle the Billie'sDriveIns ] I
; Club- W. L. PetSonar
In **.. Ant guile the Sonar beginning at 7:00: School UB" _. 3 0 1.000,
1 -
ft Sib wwi over the OearhconvUf -!o'clock. i iJ Elks Club 3 0 1.0001 I ..
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Mr a 3ft to 12 acute and the I The second game at 8:00 o'clock''I Junior Varsity 1 2 .333 JI
tiarap w** full of thrills the high 1 will be between Bob's Sport Shop' Beachcombers 1 3 ..250'Billie's
MM was Bung Villa*.! cored' and Pollock's h. MILK FED PURE PORK
Jewels and the Drive-Ins -- -D) 3 .000 I Pork Loin Roast Ib.39c
14 .Mtt.* trrhodt and DemertM third contest at 9:00: o'clock will I
6 *). for the winners Wales
snored 1 putfiu and I Hale seven. I and feautre the Sonar Elks Club.SchoolB" five:]i I,I Sports Calendari VEALCHOPS
lime by Innings: I Imterii SLICED BREAKFAST
Junior Varsity will have to win:I
... .
.IlrJ 11 6 8 i
7-32 the opener to remain in the race. SAUSAGE lb. 35c
aona B S 1..12 1 10 35
The youngsters need this victory j I 'lb. 49c
Bayriew Park. Night
pahwn n.w Gals 1. trhodt: Hernandez X Vdlareal 1, In.*., and it goes without saying thatBillies I[', FRIDAY- BACON 55c ROAST (Ib.

.. SatMwJvr 1. DrmcrtU X Peter- Drive-Ins will also be out 7:30: to 9-00: p.m.
to break into the "won column". 11 11I !
.... 2. .Hale XWale. X Burke 1,1|I
,.,... X Sandman X Free I I I In the second setto, the Sportsmen TENNISBayview
*eewa. In raham X VUlarral will tie the Sonar School I I Park. Afternoons GRADE "A'
W.... Z. .Hl 1. Sanderson.In "A" outfit for first place in the I and Nights
1.1 I Class "A" League should they defeat -I I
i Daily play.
Pollock's Jewels. The Jewelers HAMS
the strand Ib.39c
fame the j I -
rtufc wan owe the Billte drive in,'I must win to tie the SIIUFFLEBOARDBayview I Chuck Roast|Ib.49c.j
men for second place.
by M to M score. It was one of sports-I I ( Park) J .
can easily see a real
It- Ut Names played by the Daily play.SENIOR.
I is in store for this .
Bffor dm but
it is not yet
flood rnowiH to win. Bazo scored I I In the third game Sonar SchoolB" !l I
ft | *At* so did C. Valdet Nunez and the Elks are tied for BASEBALL GRADE "A" LARGE SHIPPED PURE
and CaMiHo crh scored 8 points. first place. As the winner tonight I I Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Tripe
Bear by quarters: I I will gain sole possession of j SUNDAY DISC. 19- I .
Bribes Dr. In 767 8-26Bvarh. the top rung another stiff battle.j, First Game-Atomic Bombers EGGS 63c Chitterling LARD 23c
Jeweler 12 S 10 12--39Keferee. is in prospects for this clash. vs. American Legion. Doz.
Wondsin; Umpires, I Second Game Key West Pigs Feet
D.nrner4, Inner Tallon Scorer Bombers Clowns vs. Red Raiders. i -- -
Agta&ar Legion, SUNDAY DEC. 28- Neck Bone
let the third came the Sonar First Game-Kev West Clowns 0 j Fresh Dressed Poultry Fresh lJr'...,."
Srh.4. five won over the Independents And( Clowns vs. American Legion. I LONG ISLAND
and it was a rough Second Game-Red Raiders vs.,
fame thrtMixnuut The high men I II Atomic Bombers. 29t .
were McKee Clendennme andBMcrwettj Raiders SundayBaseball SUNDAY JAN. 2- "\ DUCKLINGS LB. 63c I.ft:
with ten points each. I First Game-Key West Clowns
For losers G. Sweetinf with sev- games scheduled for vs. Atomic Bombers. Iff
Walker and Second Game-Red Raiders
e Solomon four vs.
Sunday at the stadium: will find in

each.Srure. l-y quarters, : I I the will opener tackle, the the Atomic American Bombers.Legion American, JAN.Legion.SUNDAY 9- 16 Oz. Can STOKELY'S EXQUISITE INO.23CANHUNT'*

Independ 574 723Suwn I In this game it is expected that First Game-Red Raiders vs. HERSHEY'S ORANGE PURPLE
School. 888 21 43 Bubber Sweeting will be out for Key West Clowns. I
Field goal: Barter I, C.Sweet- I I revenge, for the Legion beat him Second Game-American Legion SYRUP II

illC X 1.Walker.)McKe X S.Solomon Gtendenmng X Herrick 5., I I last get the time nod out for and the Rodriguez Legion. may vs. Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL 2 Cans 2Sc Marmalade ''i 15c PLUMS e- 19C

Bwrhwett X Schulticc X Bigan In the second game the Clowns
X Free Throws; Parks X Barber I and Raiders tied for first place, High School Gymnasium -
I, O. Swatting 1. It-trick 1 1. Ro- U
will cross bats. Salinero will be
twnno I. Free Throws missed: on the mound against the one and THURSDAY FANCY LONG GRAINRICE YOUR CHOICE NO. 303 SIZE CAN
ttarbrr 1. Parks
1. I only Thomas. But both clubs are 7:00: -Junior Varsity vs. Billie's
confident of a win and we will see I Drive-ins. j 3lb.Cellophane. 'j GLORY. Black Eye Peas. i
Weather which club
The Sunday comes out on

FORECAST top. 9.00 8.00::Pollock's--Bob's Sonar Jewels.Sport School Shop"B" vs.vs. Rag 49COLD Beans Garbanzos. 1

Schools Elks Club.Czechs _
&% !West and Vicinity Con Austrian t-
Hsuti law and warm weather
butt Friday Gentle to moderaterulhtw4rrly Get U. S. Get CAMPBELL'S NO. CAN PASCO FANCY TANCFTKr
< I wiruk. I

ftwudy Uter flsnda thru in:Friday extreme Generally, except north fair portion.partly wea- VIENNA-valued(/P)Supplies at more than and I I I More Radios Tomato SOUP 2-19c JUICE .2c- 15NO. <

CfeAtmMed warm. I $20,000 have been purchased by'I'II PRAGUE-MA1)) number of .
... I American Army Headquartershere
Jack nville thru the Florida radio sets in Czechoslovakia has J
for Austrian schools the
SIMM aad.e.4e and wmds East, southeasterly Gulf: Gentle to in I I American occupied zone. in Purchases -f doubled in a year, and about 2 CAN MOTTS GIBB'S TOMATO 16 Os. CAN rtltUft
.were made from 20,000 sets month
a conI a are going
wtlt pertten and -southerly inpwrtiMn I gressional appropriation for the\: into homes in this country. A recently I

Mein itriet4i. law weather.thru Friday. Gen- I t Austria.rehabilitation of education in I'I'I I i there are issued 2,042,000 report sets said in that the APPleSauce > -25( PASTE 3 Cans 25c BBs10<
N smaH craft or stun warn-
I The equipment includes seven country which has 12,000,000 in- "'
IMCS are brine duplayrd.HKfORT I 'I
film 15 habitants.
i projectors sewing machines -
: I 10 wood working and 10']I 12-OZ. CAN DEL MONTECorn 2PKGS. OREO I LARGE SIZE
Kay W.... Fla.. Drr. II, 1948efaaervatton metal-working lathes, 97 desk! Read the Classified Ads I
Creme Sandwich Vanilla W
( taken at City Office and chair units, and 28 other j
Lao am.. EST) types of classroom furniture. 'I| Niblets 2e-35c I tiI
Temperatures i NABISCO 29t I
.......... ye.k rd.t1 83 I Berengaria after whom a great Salisbury Ian pprialMotor
..... last night 75 :ship was named, was the wife of ; ;
..... 79 Richard the Lion-Hearted, 12th,i! ScootersOnly I
$s.niel 70pnelpIt.ti.w century; King of England. II I I 3 Left for Xmas Delivery DEL MONTE ALL BRANDS EVAPORATED

..4.4 kwt. 24 hours .00 ins.I I I Mercury( OUTBOARD COFFEE 49c MILK 4 4Se
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Sdme of tht Swiss-made spikesare Lies Under Bed WILL YOU SMILE? ..boy.. lad." he said.. "I must. t. (Q..1_ r.... r...aM .
YMCA(: Should CLIMBERS LISTEN of specially-tempered I wrf .
and a handful of themWun into Off With the Old! I I and have -a look at my chart xd art wnMd... iw. 1ItaapstiR ..-. --.<
real money. He paused and pointed to a distant .
t Be Supported THEY SPIKE MOUNTAIN : ThreeDays I The skipper's son had been'I I I star. "Steer by that and ... ,... ... ..aa .e..... .,
I Combine canned drained peas watching his father at the wheeL all ri&ht.k added III t
be d.Pr'
LOS Jackson Dur youTI
By Key WeMersMM j f With cooked rice and canned ANGELES- .Presently the man turned to the The boy grasped the wheH. ....,...... I11P'MS. r ,
I ) ) BOULDER. Cola-(WV-That) odd sound. that has become so drained mushrooms fora' buffet hn an 81-year-old paralytic. bed-, ; but very soon that boat. was out who ...... ..<"W .'
I" comedians -gg*-has an entirely different -!supper dish to serve with cold ridden fpr some time, noticed dead m Finally the star ..
popular with radio -"poing-gg ,later His wife was a of her course. tr 11.eela II card
N.. urN MtKMrt theYMCA to the mountain-climbing fraternity Charles: Hutchiiuon. meat and a relish. that'his wife,Mrs. Adelaine Dur- I astern the .....L yevMs... ... ... '- .. ...
r meaning chair in their front room. Apparently disappeared ,
tS il .__ beau.eLM i 1 lin. 75, was( not moving about in 'The boy scratched hia teed in 1 .-..dalt.s t
Jr. recognized as one of r- Ham that is,marked ready-to- I their home. He called but got no of a heart attack. Durlin Eo"""
... .... -Hi. dad be called
K} < < uNS mean ,climbers in perplexity.
II the most capable; them looeifor future'use. Thisis eat only needs to be heated, if it answer.He tried to go to her but was taken to a hospital. suffer- another rtaiI
t''tf 11 J.rwjY1m1 for the these parts says that to him a fairly'sensible hobby as the is to be served hot.Or it may be I II fell under':the bed. That's where ing from shock and malnutrition. -: I-come rye passed and find that me noel |.I Mlil 1M c... Ir"e.low
w Mw rMr. Form* ."romC-CU-u'" means solid rock,things cost- from 35'cents up.I sliced and served cold. neighbors'round him three days. -
ek "'lH 1 .... YMCA. and safe footing! on the high l:
flea -. .. *.1. tL.tryM t --.T' I
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the sound tells whether or !
.... *OrwkIn rock
:: not the rock is healthy of rotten.| FAIYff01egSi.0fltr
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tlla 1i1... aft.. tdd that ..1 Bad rock makes a "pong 'noise :
Ml..i MIl $t0. rlrvKtt .. 'when the spike is driven.
....... .rt tIw YMCA I The pistons a aregcQerallY'nadeI : I
.... .r. kM.r I I i flatened steel l and are hammered
.., .. into tiny crevices. Thereto
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.... ttiaM I. a. IAed a* a safety anchor 1.
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it James.. Forrestal On Spot STAMPS IN THE .NEWS ran construction highway..of the.. trans.EcuadG-1 NOW -SANTA IS FOR RENT 'MVAIIMMilien.?TODAY jl .

Liberia will Aa
issue n.iyl4
) E. Biddle of Rockford San4-
ROCKFORD nL-A"-Grant( ) rents
In Force Wrangle AnT) Newsfeaiure by SYD KRONISH of postage and airmail stamps' Claus to deliver children's toys with merry bell-ringing and jovfctl -.C...r I. e U. .......tb
honoring their presidents. Thee ,.
laughteY, in their homes Christmas Eve. /arsii6rr ..tRs.slsir. -. .ae
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Biddle employs 10 St Nicks who in everyday life are lawyer
Postmaster General Jesse M Donaldson has authorized the
a, IB WARD JIMS. The Cttisa's Washistftosi ComspondantWAftHWrOTON 1496. beSN wDMIII -sdme A 1
of 3-cent the retired firemen salesmen, machinists or truck drivers. On Chnat- .
issuance a special postage stamp commemorating Ntra M. trip
,With. ew Congress. gathering here ,
a. 200th of the of and Lee University mas Eve, they shed their "I
Iwwa .. Nenenal Deteoae and Secretary will come anniversary founding Washington prosaic IIoa-fW 1t1Ye attM. ......
Deportment Va. It will be sale for the first jobs to play Santa in bright red
in Lexington. placed on S_. h lirwr rr
tad.t d... That all U not well in the three-homed
ctutiay time at Lexington. Va., on April 12. 1949. the 200th anniversary suits and carefully marcelled I Your Horoscope .. PiInwieM ....
t.awet.a U rumored end widely bebered. here in
widely date. Further details relative to design and color will be announced -, white whiskers and hair.Biddlee t 6ss. 1At1 r ,etQirka
WsiilnsiiiUBk Ml that {Jan.s ronestol. as Secretary. U not later. books appointments for THURSDAY, DECEMBER !14.1938Today's ....... taw a tw t........

tarn ei BHtdi ability, Not U U that he hasn't tried suiiiaently I his Santa Clauses at any time but I temperament r C.. P. DIM Jan ,t i..
M41..w. eloee-wotHnq. harmontous national defense or- the bulk of engagements are : psychic. The mind unless' carefully -
Each year Netherlands issues a special series of semipost made December. will;' trained may be occypitd Wi r PeN ttiitwin.iL
... first They
in the is I cent .
QathaMeL series a
green i Minn f ,
tals with the additional funds to their child or which... 'J I eyes
with ambitions
that Ms ....... M far .Rave 14 going and black. It portrays President*: visit any home in this city for a'| vain ... acs/ ..... tea
=aamzations This the set includes a 2 cents plus 2 green fee. All for Santa's short of accomplishment ThM 'I.
..... year arrangements
trWi Nonvay's Big Joseph Jenkins Roberts, f!rst i w ir- Let M ........ c.
pee .... ..... k4.d .sdfrely. showing a boy Min president of Liberia following its visit are made in advance and' may be averted if proper education I Va. Df.1 M i Itlt
.. 5" kept a secret from the children. ; is fumished.but; It may be
** II. and canoe.
wM* tfc Navy a declaration of independence in .
Vincente Maldonado is revered The under favorable aspects, be turned l1MQII ..... ,M t"rtwtatlind +
toys gifts hidden ina
Aw ".. tferf rarretal has Came On Increase cents plus 3 1848. Others in the series, Dialed. are
14 .... .... and esteemed. Maldonadoion- laundry bag outside the house'on ,j in another direction Raslsa .-t. ..s'auNas
t afca III.nte trou blue green de- for release from time to time, will I ..
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lis i t teacher the the 1
bacijni: or in !
M. eenso
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bent :
Njr at onHrtkfcM depict teh Liberian
OSLO-4rVTinre) he been picting a girl .no cultural presidents in The called be N H o..a 1 Spt 2>Z ..
St.l and rei' The night before Christmas I more-pork. so II ]
tot*. .' ... .a to haul I 6 sequence of their service. The :
.... great changes in Norway's fauna swimming. former of the Santa picks up his bundle. Ring-, cause hIS cry sounds lib tt. >ii. ''ID -...... Fee Sr.riinrlst .
t snluis. TW Air
only airmail will be 25 center I II I i I
cents plus 4 ... a ..... ,...... Pu K.lien I .
In. 18th century is ing cowbells, he his the name of a melancholy owl a eeik
Ma* MM aaaMil far away when recent yean, according to one .. bearing a portrait of pit-sent' announces
I........ .*. b* 1ud fed and Norwegian expert Dr. O, Olstad.I grey illustrat-- ... honored with a i President William V. S. Tubman. I arrival by stomping on the porch 1'I native to New Zealand. J'jh l a Ille

INr ia...... sad return. They Whit seine wild animals have ing a boy on I 1: : special set of-10 The 5 cent value will show a view I and opens the door with a loud :
a sled 10 The occasion "Merry Christmas, !"
a.M Ifcat buMint hut earners everybody'
of the Executive Mansion in Mon- I.
w aid a4r --...... al their hkreajed rapidly others are be- cents plus 5 is the rovia. Three trips may be necessary to
....*, lannUm. .mrtt .v but that eomuic rarer. I' red picturing a girl standing on .:.I'' 200th anniversary bring in all the gifts which maybe i
W u .*.. s ..... via lot .. Among the wild beasts now a swing. 20 c plus 8 blue showing \1' 0 f his These stamps will be available anything from a bulky dollhouse Djje
I becoming nor numerous are I birth. The 90 singly or in sets from the Liberian to a kitten that scratches.The .! .
ateanq .... ........ pea be sunk a boy ice skating. The! i.It\;
the bean. The wolves also 1 and Philatelic Agency 25 BeaverSt idea of renting Santa
are sucre s came
1M atnr bats, ttw Air Fort marked '.,, .. '
&surcharges are not en .,-. .;.-.
(.MAIM inereaamg and, moving towardsthe the f d. -? 2 s bear a po/- New York 4. N. Y.. at face;: to Biddle two years ago when he

n.. aeptlntM ...... aM Ad. southern part, of the country stamps.. trait of Maldonado. The 10 cen- value. The Liberian and American -I.,I wanted his son, Jack, to have a

........ .... TWr went the huge' From time to time complaints.I The 1949 Volume II of tavos and 40 c depict the aque- dollars are equal. The entire personal visit from the, jovial
....___ ...I .... heavy bnmbenWtr ate heard that the wolves have* Scott's new Standard duct designed by Maldonado in set will cost $2.90. (I I gent. Other parents must feel
Postage Stamp, .
...... w bwl4.nt Wtr firstThey attacked reindeer herds or sheep will have changes Riobamba. The .0>>s and .50 ., I i the same way Biddle thought.
Catalogue manv -
..air r.-4. V......... InN flunks in the mountains. In most picture Maldonado teaching in Vatican City will issu a new
: Editor Gordon R. Harmer
.... 1AM r l/ie *y ar arm't ease only "lonely wolves' are' report.. : the Academy of Sciences in Paris. set of stamp reports the Penny basilicas andwill include eight
hre..... M.1 II M IM waste of I i( berved.' but in the northern In Germany 719 prices The .30 s, .60 s and 1.30 s illustrate Black Stamp Co. The rernr.; will regular postage values and two I ..
..sri..r aced MM .... earners areFwtestal province of Finmark, where,, the ; have been changed in Iceland Maldonado directing the depict the more famous of Rome's airmails.
448 Trieste makes its bow
..... .. uM .U in Lapplanden are breeding thousands as a
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r .A.d. tithe t.. &.M and the Air permanent stock of wolves Dr. : publication but will definitely be Gamble's' amazing TIDE wasiiitiy'sBI
i t... Qe/s Mir iNavy head OUtead said in an interview. I I there next publication Procter &

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( Brazil has issued a new 40 centavos
;: ......- been increasing in number are I
Dm e.. Me e1M CaJftlrru.I the elk and the wild reindeer. I orange stamp honoring
.......... T'ei en welt tank Also the lynx and the marten are '! Tiradentes, an 18th century pa-
trw 1114,. verw.paat and was now more frequently seen in the triot and martyr. He fought
I e.t.... .4r.. to AW Force deep forests. I,I I against Portuguese rule in the :
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Besides Devil and Satan 1'his revolutionary principles. On ,
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FURNITURE CO. : Washers : : Women's and :
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.: he VY AI. STREET : Electromaster Ranges : LOPEZFuneral .
Ambulance SerriceTelephone debucurlCold i
: : Children'sApparel :
I .........., A4verti4d : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units ''' P.rmaa
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: : S Ranges i
Patieen.. PHONE 1374-11 West Fla.SOUVENIRS.
: ........aatJ... : : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Scientific Beauty Culture i

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N (1n.)w : Thoroughly Experienced Op tat ts 13
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Fire Insurance i .. Former Customers Friends and U* FttWi. tsn.*.. ,
DR. C007OFFICE Marl and I Soil
111 : Landscaping Top SPONGES
snerc a efeUgs br INSURING with Frances Beauty Salon
: 5 house* : Ii
: TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK: ,
: held aiHJ
: runmtQ rmrrrCMcta : S aoaal .=.* Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : MARL HAULED.J5.00 for 4 YARDS ; Will Ship to Any Part : : "1 Tram Park. OVMV .
: 1tMI.. 4 : ...... : Save U% on All Policies Non-Assessable : : Also Lot Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of u oS. or Canada lOll oiuKHtu. ITmII i

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Phone Marcy
PHONE 124v ; /. L. Crusoe, Agt. : 1021 Olivia St.S .
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: ..... the Bo to : i B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : : III DUVAL ITBZET i 5S ESTATE i N \ I lkoM 1111 I

i : .Ul/USE/ : HI rUaUag 8L R.M.Danlela Prop. Phone JOn Open Daily and Sunday, : Sales : E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon !

S 5 P.M. to 1 A.M.BERTINQ :
Motor Scooters
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: o..CeI. Boats or What Hate You
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I AP Mewsf eaturetJAMESTOWN :
N. D.-WV-It took two Jamestown College student
*a well-aimed bow and arrow shot and some vigorous hand-to- $
hand "combat" before they killed tk a stubborn buck deer. Super

lifting a bow he nude as a boy and charged:*..ley. lie felled it
fe wai,Jea Conky sunk an arrow was carry..l.The .
I.U'. lM heart of a lour-point buck go; up and again
Id-pound buck The deer toppled charged, hooking Conley's wrist ,
ever but gut up. with an antler. Seaborn got into
It ran about 300 yards with the fight, grabbed the animal and III 19 MarketWHITE
Cooley and Paul Seaborn in pur- I held it as Conley stabbed it j
MHt It stopped suddenly turned several times with the bayonet, .
with a blow from a bayonet he finally killing it. ______



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<;4>, Wircphoto': REG. PKG. SKINNER'S
LaDe of Maryland(center)and Herman Talmadge of Georgia
(right) exchange greetings at the Southern Governors Confer-
ence la Savannah.Ga. High on the agenda of the conference is HAMS. Lb. 45c
a proposal to establish southern regional system of colleges .
supported by the states in common.ILEUMON









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(Wirephoto via Radio from Berlin
EDWARD J. LADA. 28. former American paratrooper from GUAVA JELLY
Newark. N. J. sees his German girl-friend. Ruth Rieki. 23. and
their two-year-old daughter. Nancy, in Berlin recently-bat not 39c
in the way he had planned. He is behind bars of the U. S. 23c
military jail charged with being in Germany without a military -
entry permit. Lad said he had tried ot take Ruth and i
Nancy with him to the United States in 1947. but was turned
down because of immigration restrictions. He hitchhiked from 12OZ. PKG. QL1GGS'
Paris the other day and penetrated the Russian blockade, Ber- ,tRMOl R'S STIR CELLOFRANKS:
lin to reach his family. BABYLIMA
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REG. C.\\ Cro oc & Blacknell 2 for 35c
I OLI\ OIL . 27c





5 Ibs. 20c
DOG FOOD 2 for 25t12 GARDEN FRESH f/


SYRUP: . . 25c 2 Ibs. 3ScI

HARDY, 305.pound movie comedian shows two empty 2 for lle 'I I I 2 doz. 35c
pockets as he appeared in court at Los Angeles. Dec. fight
charge. by his second wife. Actress Myrtle Reeves that he
shorted her oa alimony payments between 1941 and 1945. The
81-,..,old fat man of the Laurel and Hardy married 1
la kts thud wife says the truth is shw owes him money. %"%L" I

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.* MMjnmrftt o( office to 4

IRa.r6en *f fat House of Repre- .. "
.. ........... like almost everything .x.. 'i"! j ....
sire nuMwrtfd with the Con r : '
(.... M flared on eiuonty As a xr.-e .. i ./,
UMM! thwic t-hcr are not too 1 i :
MMHT rt>.n... at any one time 1S K s f .

.....\* it**I..,..,. only a email I ; .x* .
p''M i ta.r of membrra is defeatmt 'i" ,. I

M Mjr iris etertion. This time, t : ,
hw.vr. WIth 11ft new member .,.. ; I3 ,
MIArt defeated or retiring there i. ..-: "+
w.a M mucn confusion that the ww s t G'l 'j
Y'i ja.
wpary Superintend remarked + ia.
after J lr..It over "1 feel like -
I a MUw w+.. jvtt tried to ref-

....... game of. musical chairs '
wtlltN ptoyrrt"Tlte t
s y t>fn works like this: At
1 wit MI the day following the aR
lamed. .honton the member ., r "'
.*.. hove sWvived permitted a ,
{ l
to atari Mmc for new offices.
Tta means that the Superintendmust ) 1
oIMR must know' as nearly F' C ,

w pslMr by that time how e.y : ; ) y 1M
rsyr ssirnsibetr have been defeatrd. > Y' '. '
M 4 ..f course there are se { ,.
atwaa* a few rW races where A a Y t .
tielwtta are Mow rormnc in. R #

HrrtiNw membrra are given a I ; a ae I ,
RriRM m which to file for morewfMe
h '
office. Tho e> who have % '
b..rn m Ontress for only one Yf ,

..... a4way hasten to file asa ...,.. ,, ?s _
ii ''''''---- ''' -= ---T 7. """
twR p n> tJe after election '--

The. third and fourth farmers are HEARTS DESIRE The dream
of any iroman,
to M great hurry for they know
anytchere natural tehite mink stole to add
that they ean take offices away ., 0 .
fww anyone with lest seniority > glamor io d formal o.rn. Larishly cut to double
a4 mt avert of the members f
wfeh twine' semonty are already a as jacket, cape muff or scarf. Designed by Dein

fci....d m the mutt desirable ofIfeaa a Backer of the ,raMor'i /.
and, not bkety to move x : --- .
m>n< fnr tartmbrnts closes at -- fSTIUCTL1' ,. i '
RaAI an tK<"rrmb I. and former : 'i
IlveRVtierta who have bwn out of F FABLLOVS .In the Aing'a ransom SHEER LIf Rl' All

Uit+ltt.a hr a term or longer, of category': a bracelet iril/i ,detachable diamond and hand mule nightgoicn l) ,
the were20 thin time, are given : 11
X hauls m which to file for gold leaf clips; a dome sluiced ring trick gold and trick sniocfytjyoke, II' <(. .. 1'

whatever desirable offices are diamond "streamer; emerald pendant earrings, riff and cuffi, designed t ;oj Then' at December
noon on RtibeL '
designed by John by \olande. .1
2 new members are permitted to

MrW + -.. I rllll.lll: tt six
Win naturally anxious to
*H durable office for the two 1. 1.A t
new mtmUrt from Florida Hen
<**MM* erretary was to file for .6".11.1'.
Onn rmman-elect Syd Herlong ex ,
..* Lrrotturg. and I had offered to
Have me of my secretaries file
far CbnoreaMnan-elect Charlie1t.wRrtt t
of Jacksonville, as Con xM t"r Yg

tt.......n Dwight Rogers had so w t ,
........., dare for me two years i

.... UfM n arriving at the Superleteralttil'a f
office at 5.30 a, m. E ,
the sjlaK who had fully expectedlit ( t
hed the tine of those waiting ; ; ,
U Ilk found that they were llth ; "yt
and. IR Six people had sat in
ARe all night, two of them sine .tT Y ,
ft p. m. the previous uay By ninea. C;

m. approximately 80 people t lti .
were in. laM waiting to file at i k 1z (
rtrmn. I understand that the Sutr -
nUtdint plans to insist that j

the brat piece of legislation con 1t 1
Umd by. the Slst Congress pro-

Mile f.r a new method of as- .
; ..,, r t
all+we offices, at least for new I
......... y to
FW tnmt tune I had had my t s..
,xt -
w tt
rye wn an office lust around the
fumvt! from my present location. '
TAt Ca.trtMnan presently occu :e '
lei! it .. retiring after six I I It d r ii f. l
bewva. and his office u a former] ; ,4 : ., < I l
-w roum with a very j t t ..
largje outer office My crowded !I : ,

Mff was no less anxious than I.I :r !S m. r
-- --- -' -
fir get It, so we filed for it early ] -

vo Wte morning of November 3. i iWhen TRIBUTE TO rf LADftMOE\' SWAM. (,4M,,ETIEb ff"ES- HOLID LITTER JVMOR BELLE .
no one had "bumped us
by.November 24, we began to ". Beaded draicitnng Stole and hat set of KIT IT it" randpa's Gray icool and sitter Jp.cpltonel relreteen I

e.rvrrrMY.. it safely in our posses- bag of rose Slit;'", by fake gray Persian, by raid chain. By ( adhoret. I'ro-"ipc dress, by Del for dates. By Joan I"or-
awn.. and then, with only three -
Glenider. irallader.If'hat Mar. ton /rir/n.
bays of filing left, the Superm
trnUtnt' office called to say thata --
twurth term member from Cal-
did no1'strengthen its President Monroe laid down ]
country in
It Means
ifcMni 'Had ftk-d over us. The ; I Czechs Set
Superintendent had another de >' forces'as much, as,possible. There his message to Congress in 1823 | UpGovernment

HfiMe oft+tt in mind, however, THE ATLANTICt would be mutual assistance, but It was broadened in the Act of |
and so we transferred our re- most of it would inevitably come Chapultepec in 1945, when the I! Firms
+rt. In fact, so far as I -
Qir perarruly
from the United States. American Republics as a group

evrn more am desirable concerned location this is for an SECURITY PACTBy Estimates of the cost to us of 1 agreed to look upon an attack PRAGUE-{JP>)-The Czechoslovak

only one other office is nearer military supplies for the Western against any of them as an attack nationalization program has

the Capitol After walking to and CLARKE BEACH AP Newsfcatures Writer nations in the fi Cst year range I upon all. It was this act which extended to the railways, post

from the Capitol several times a WASHINGTON-If the United States joins the union of I from ;$1,000'000( ,000B) to Sen. Vandenberg 'R-Mich.), office and airlines, which have
lay ..haW Congress is in i session, 000000 (B). ] chairman of the foreign relations been
Western European nations in a North Atlantic security pact itj 1 $3'000'-1 operating as con rns.TtreY're .
and usually at breakneck speed. Our own armed orccs, committee, sought to preserves;
will be taking its farthest step away from traditional American going to have to operateas
to think of
one ways to I plomatic sources, should when he was helping to draw up'
save steps. isolationism. Never before has this country joined European weaker than planned in last!! the charter of the United Nations. j business concerns and pre-
After January 3 we will be at countries in a military defense agreement in time of peace. It year's military program. And'II lie and others there insisted that i ferably show a profit. in Room 102. Old House has religiously followed George Washington's caution in his I some experts now say that the ', the charter include a statement iI | Bills have beep prepared
Office building and I hope that I I Farewell Address: I' $15000000000 defense budget that the United Nations endorsed |I Parliament to set up the post of-
aN .*f Ot'u *ho come to or pass : "It must be unwise in us to implicate ourselves by artificial 'I which the President is said to I regional arrangements. fice and transport in bus
M*.u.h Washington will stop torte ties in the ordinary vicissitudes of her (Europe's) politics or the contemplate would not provide Such a regional arrangement I Ii
\III- I ordinary combinations and collisions of her friendships, or en I I money enough to make possiblethe i for the Western Hemisphere was I II mess. The employes have ap
the Reciprocal. proved the proposal In addition
-- expansion \\trch was plannedlast I I later formalized in
mities. I Assistance for the Western Hemi- to operating with a board of
El[ Salvador It was such a proposal which 'I year. in'! directors, just like capitalistic -
I as a measure to safeguard the 2. \\e would be committed to sphere was later formalized any
proved Woodrow Wilson's undoing ) peace A strong commitment resist aggression in Europe. This the Reciprocal Assistance Treaty I country's industry, the new

Teachers when he sought to get this': like this, followed by the necessary doesn't mean that w e would at Rio de Janeiro. j corporations will be subject to

country to join the League of Na- i military preparations, would !I pledge ourselves to go to war, as If the U. S. joins the Atlantic;taxes and its boardofdirectorsone -
tions. The Senate turndown was I serve to deter an aggressor, they that would be unconstitutional Union and if some nation invades j' third of which is to come
Gel; I Houses say, while disunion and unpre- We can go to war only when one of the member nations! from the enterprise's trade union
Article X of I
based primarily on paredness on the part of the Congress has declared war. within the next two years, the I! organization-will be answerableto

SAS SALVADOR El Salvador the.League Covenant, particularly Western democracies might It is likely, according to well people of this country would ;. business discipline.
the word "preserve: I tempt a designing nation to seek informed officials, that the U. S. have no further chance to ex- The government win name wo
+/l> tK hail teachers in this
Orfttral American capital "The Members of the League a conquest. I will agree to a pledge similar to press their opinion as to the issue thirds of the board of any new
nowhrve undertake to respect and pre- George Washington's advice that made with the American of peace or war It would be corporation and will contribute
one leas worr)-there is a
.....| riot over their heads. serve as against external aggres- I was sound, they say, but only as I republics at Rib" de Janeiro on up to Congress to implement the financially only to. an outlay on
PraMdent Salvador Castaneda I sion the territorial integrity and applied to the problems of his Sept. 2. 1917. That agreement agreement: and a new Congresswill productive mves'menL Further,
siillirtvted to them existing political independence time. We have twice learned I provided that "an armed attack not be elected until 19oO A it will pay for the things tonry'

M hawM turning built by over the social all members of the League ." 1 that we are inevitably drawn into I by any state against an American Diplomatic officials say, ho||- :that it proposes and only if the

w4re department The teachers We have joined other American any world war, they continue, state shall be considered as an ever that the people have ex- outlay wouldn't otherwise pro

wrll fiN' them on a long range republics in defense agreements and now we are faced with anew attack against all American I pressed widespread approval of I duce sufficient return. The state
lu.... seceding to their salaries. We have linked ourselves I danger the worldwide states." And cvof. attack, all, such a pact in letters and editor- will not guarantee deficits.
TIlt ..-ttk- the question of who with European nations in trade I I threat of Communism. The con- the nations would, immediatelyjoin I I lals They add that public opinion -
for consultations to the detectors find that the pub- The word "calumet" is the
But this Atlantic : of the Atlantic as
9.4. the house first, lots will and economic pacts. sequences our joining
br rka A fL Union proposal is military I Union are freely admitted next step. I lic's chief concern is over the name the French gave to the in-
I and European. It would commit I; by its sponsors: I The idea of U. S. armed resistance cost in dollars and the effect on I dian peacepipe offered Pert Mar-

The lVt ol New York Authority us morally to take part in \\orldj t I I 1. It would mean increased I to foreign .c lonization of taxes. Both major parties included quette.when he explored the
Its i Formation{ I independent'ZYestern Hemi- I in their platforms in the last I[ Chicago territory in 1675--and in
if any
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