The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 17, 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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For Holidays ,-. ... Dec. 17. The Nationalist I HISS INDICTED ON PERJURY CHARGES: V. S. Prism ('TVCull
AdtI\C the of the Rev. '- t;} 1
plea 12th army of 110,000men
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James UacConnell. rector of St.Paul's All public and parochial 1' .: : I has been wiped. out according 1 : /rrrkrw'''

Episcopal Church Judge schools will close today for (, "t '. .to a broadcast by a commu-

Tbnmaa S. Caro of Criminal I Christmas and New Year's .. nist spokesman today. lie said tar *-...... ........

Cuurt today deferred sentencing I''I holidays it was announced by JI that the army, which is the one r IN Ies \SHIMCnJM. IIiIor 11
Willard M. Albury. superintendent Several .4her .. ..
'John Due, the unidentified f t J that tried to escape from Suchow -- n-
mn who WM caught stealing ,f of public instruction. I and come to this city, had been been raaUd to *...*.. to*** I.-
frrnl the rhurth poorbox The children will remain } trapped south of Suchow and House Un Aaaesnaai Vt.<.
,' away from school until the I that after it had made several Committee art a j>..ia< ....
nmrmncJu MondlY'I' morning of January 3. when unsuccessful attempts to break jury to New Ve t.
<4e Cam took into 'I all will be expected to report
through the encirclement had The iff&4i06Mlfl4hft .tf AllIN It
atMMi Father ). I to their various schools onceagain. I s I, surrendered to communist forces. for perjury| two 4aa. a.k. 1

ment Mat he would try to get I The main Red army was re- cpurred the ram** tltoe to ie
"John !>*"* a job in Miami and I r "ported to be only 30 miles from I I r J ortj vHy to try 'a allots> .*.<.
I:1".111"1.1' Nanking. It is meeting with only ir.1.ttme: hf li..- jaw 1 wtn -'
deterred sentence to permit the I slight resistence all along the .a and to he! .w a ..... .. dtlbrou'
ywiwc' man to leave Key West for'i Club y : line. Jj Jjik. IoI.MSMIIM<< 1 waewsele4.
Miami under the of St.Pawl's : Opposes > ; > .
care i ,t.t Peiping is gradually coming I t.e} t.nie the Her-ChnlAara
rector .,... :;. ."', into the possession of the communists I I i i. nt.. I" tied $0 ..... ..cI ;. .
: OfAirlines / The broadcaster said i w 11 -4i'r ........ sop 8A..
Father MrConnell told the Dissolution L..1--_-.-............ -- 't : that Peiping could have been I I or T.i..dsy,. .... ._4It. b- .
rvwrt, after -John Doe" had (tP> Wyephoto via Radio from Bcrlir. captured several days ago, but .j lie.. w ..... .
Headed guilty to petit larceny Nat that the communist command is try Ir.... file co.beeesr. eel .
for taking money from the topples averse to destroying the city. l'mtPd Npwliiaa Ilp eaetse 1..4
rhurrh pnorbnx, that he had talked The Key West Business and to the ground in a demolition explosion set off by French Negotiations are being made for ; Pal "?
to the young man and was Professional Women's Club this authorities because. they regard it as a menace to air navigation. the.surrender. It was seal ksrellsse. MM U'. .
convinced he was hungry when<'week adopted a resolution oppo- Two towers were demolished. They stood near the new Tegel i. t.nin/wy 1n. .......... .. ww.wlh"t I .
.He broke into the poorbox. : sing: the dissolution of the Na- airport in the French zone of Berlin. The airport is being used ttw.. allee DgrM..'i.4 ,
Thai city has suffered a num- tional Airlines. Inc. and disre- by the airlift to bring supplies to Berlin through the Russian j Post Off ice t-J : -I I.l Stet do.._._... '"'" uMr a
tirr .( rhurrh and other burglaries : f garding the Miami-Key West blockade. copies ut tAew .... oasis
'in recent months Judge: Caro route of the airlines. g yen to ........ g1/ir
...... "1t had been my intention. According to Wilhelmina G. --- ------- -- Open Saturday 1 A........... sass e.Nsd .. tit r.'
it anyone caught one of these : Harvey, president of the KWB- I 1.1 a civthrte 1 eesipiwpr p Mar '
men Mho have been committing PWC. the resolution passed by 45 YEARS AGO TODAY I Till 6 P. M.1.t erdeess ....... u.-.

...... Jut*, to send them to thelOTMtenttary the organization follows: -u'A.. ; I I Mar 1..M.
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for five "WHEREAS it has come to the ( Wutpl.oto
years. notice of this body that in the 11 1I I For the accommodation of the. I
Itut in view of what Father pending hearing on the dissolu- WRIGHT BROTHERS MADE public in attending to pre-Chribt ALGER HISS former high official. cf the Slate Departmententers
Mar Cunnetl that this I
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k.M twin says deal than tion of the National Airlines for mas mailing, all windows in the his apartment house in New York after a federal grand (CongressionalGrist
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Key West Post Office will be jury there indicted him two of in
i the purpose of assigning its on charges perjury connection
Ke ha htmaeif told
MM he well see that anyone the young routes to other companies the FLIGHT AT KITTY HAWK 'j' opened Postmaster tomorrow till 6pm, with the current spy investigation. He is accused of swearing ; Mill 1 1I
...., gets a job. that rm going to route from Key West to Miami, Hollon R. Dervaldi falsely (AI) that he did not giro secret State Department papers
defrr sentence Florida has been ignored and I said today. to WhiUaker Chambers a decade ago. and (BI) that he did,not I By REP. GEeMHB Mlfrtet -
But that does not mean that "WHEREAS if the said dissolution Ammrrssary Observed J' talk to the confessed former Communist spy ring courier dvirlog '

the rase M ended here. Anytime becomes a fact under these West I At That Place And AlsoIn 'f.i February and March of 1338., ::1f .. -. 'fife .. 4
the young man misbehaves him- conditions the City of Key I YMCA Christmas 1.. t '
will be left without an air link i Holiday -- -- -- ; :ap \.jI; 1iI'1 s Ki" y
p be.N wi r l.y B JAW Ac1\f''k Ilf'bt\ Aber here trouble lor to the-Mainland 'whichwill have Smilh&miah Iii littitcIn ;: .:. .;;: -- : r iw : aI

.. a deleterious effect upon the tie the tenth 0..... i..i.. ('. ? '
Jw4ce wane Caro. left the Impression economy of this city, and Washington; I D. C. I'I Program Announced Party Rules For ClirislmasLighting I 01 the lhthgi Ceetlstry. HH r* > .
National Air- .. ; Lawn WHf .. ...
that M w nM Rti mighty hard for "WHEREAS the ." lines has served this city in an WASHINGTON Dec. 17.-The | two ..a4M CoexreaM dM..*..
J+ifcin !>o. if he was everhrnugnt ;
.. bef him again. I IJ. excellent and commendable man- Arc Announced ; .last fot_...... ,.... M .a.i ia t.
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House For
forty-fifth of the Civilians
.-... G. Sawyer, an attorney t ner.NOW. Open | yt. ....w ..... tsar Nth .
w4m happened' to St. Paula! THEREFORE be it re- flight made by the Wright broth-I: Urna, the arwatls. sip sit '..
Chwrn ysolved.tbat.we i deplore-and- ers was appropiately observed -,I Entries Arc CuinnigIn r flMra .., to** Nstsssaa bust .
last Monday and tele- 'k-
:Members Of Civilian II' .
pliwi.d Me ihenfrs office of.J.hft demn any action the Civil Aeronautics .Smithsonian-Instrtttte f fI but it wM ....e..r. ... .a ,
lie." being caught in the : Board may take toward here and at Kitty Hawk N. C..I i Service Org.inizatioii I bers of prganizations so that they Fait!! For Civilians or.... attwK iM nletttlara e. .
National Airlinesas II than hell ..... ,
disbanding the $ir aet.MMs rnl
a4 f steeJinc also nude money from theri for I being'high handed and definitely .where the flight:: was (TI=orfr. 1! Are Invited l, may see the type of servicemen I Control Which .he 81 the ....___,_I ....
a plea not in the best interest of Because of the differenceswith who come here," said Turner. f: Spend .have. erved. m the ana rt .h..
! ( entenrea given by I I,'I the public in general and the Smithsonian trustees about!j Dreeinber) 26I I "There are many fine young men Begins; On Monday I ." r141iee Ile feral r -. ..

. Jtaltr... Cans *n. pleas of guilty to 18,000 I residents of this community whether or not the flight was the i that come to the YMCA I"l'tular-I; The annual Christmas Lighting I W.War.. T11we to IM 1. .
ves4Mles ........... were: II 1 in particular." II I II first in a machinically operated I. A Christmas Holiday Program ly." On Carrier a ntrs, iMSr .1 theSTyls4.r.
I Contest gets under next
aircraft the plane had been kept at the Armed Services YMCA. I II way i aM aMy fwa .. a e
.... inilefed.Je4rs McLutyacrancy. sent I I I .i on exhibition in Southhampton. j including an open house for the The remainder of the Christmas Monday. : r*.......l r.Tfc f..!...> wile he sew .. c.w Ns/1
K MrDantel drunken ': ellllJertdllres I. England until after the death on I members of civilian service organizations program as outlined by Tur- The Coca Cola Bottling Co. ;' PEN'SACOLA... l>-e. 17.A 41 I. as pevMws w..q....
20, 1948, of Orville announced to- ner today is as follows: .
Ita and ts.C t t .was I i i announced today that entries are new twi.,t in .iryiuAtrul nfoot- we er.e.rasd. alaM errs t I'
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iirtJij OsN rel Knight, drunk 1I I I At 7:30 A.M.. EST Wright when it was brought to : day by Forrest T. Turner, executive Thursday December 23. 1943: coming in fast, and a large par- i sa3rssehIp ml (... ...........1
I. and t..YVMlrssai nna. 'I Washington and put in the i j secretary of the YMCA. 9:00: p. m.-Christmas Formal Ucipation in this year's contest tionsOrr J m theNn1.t Aw mere wiN. hr Iant...... ... naiea .
B. Haggard drunken- I Station- Temp. Smithsonian. Several govern- The program opens on December Dance. John Pritchard's Orchestra. i i r i|i is expected. Training Comman I herr on December ....ueus. ............". .

... Hi and n.ts.Warrm AUanta 56> ment officials participated in the 22 with a candy pull and an I:;i,( The lighting;: displays eligibleare 10 when *S civil ervi"rrmplovccs an ...I.w.n.-.t-r-....... a .. .
> December 24, 1048 9:00 went ahoant the M rl .
C. Snyder drunken-* I' Augusta 63 observances in the institute. I informal party for servicemenand Friday. : : limited to places of residence ium .. Oirtt per "nt ..f the N'-
-. Ma and emts.Ul Birmingham: 50 At Kitty Hawk speeches was their families and ends on P. M.-Christmas Eve Program. ., only; the primary object of the carrier USS Wn ht far 11ft aevrn per rent -A ..... >,w,, .'

...s lluwtlwn. assault costs Bismark _-. -14 ''I made dwelling or\ the difficul- January 1 with an all day open Christmas Story by the YMCA contest is to induce residents to indoctrination cruise ,' lave ,.-..n t*...-... i. "erent
M" Botton; __ h_ U 39 ties the Wright brothers had I i house for all servicemen and Theatre Group. Christmas Cartoons i': prepare appealing yard displays, As guests aboard the carrier forone ..I IlK HlHl. .., t I
Far V reckless driv- ; Buffalo _u____ 30 overcome to attain their goal to j I their families. on the screen in the Patio. and therefore interior decorations day. these' civilian were afforded Ptretil -.( tin s> n..ibrrn ,
..... Ill and Camp_U. Charleston m_ _____.___ __ 66 I fly a heavier-than-air plane. I In announcing the open house Saturday December 25 1948: W conventional Xmas trees an opnwtunity! for a bet. l.a..e i ,.oi I .
Chicago __ 1_____ 21 The ceremonies were con j for the members of all civilian All Day Open House for Service in windows can be considered ter undrrstan-ima and kta.wledrteof I 'U'uniinuoi Corpus Cpristi ____ J._ 61 eluded by unveiling a statue, service organizations of Key Men and Families. 8:15 P. M.- only as background effect. interrelationship between the ,
Xmas Leaves To Denver ------ 13 titled, "The First Flight"TTWf I West on December 26, Turner Movie "Miracle of 34th St." I I All displays must be clearly missiOn of naval air. ,..activities H t
I December 26, 1948 the operating:: l"r.Palace ,
Detroit ._ __ 27 Sunday :
om said that it will be held for the visible from the street
I FL Worth ._____ 46 W W f WWWWWWBRADY'S j purpose of showing the citizens 9:45 A M.-Java Hour. 2:00: P. M. :1 The Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. : TOP LUGGAGE
Begin For Navy .___ _. -Classic Hour. Afternoon and :
Galveston 61
j of the city that many fine ser- have donated $250 to be awardedas
Jacksonville .. 68 EveningInformal Recreation: Theater
I --- ------ vicemen attend the YMCA pro prizes this year. A grand CARRIERS
c......... leaves for all Navy Kansas City ____ n 25 I grams regularly. Pool Ping-Pong Shuffle Board prize of $100 for first place two CHARLES STARRETT and
_____ Horseshoes Badminton Chess I. I,f ALL CAMS
pa..M.el M all components ofMae ,I. KEY WEST h 75 .It is being held for the mem- prizes of $50 for second and third SMILEY BURNETT
U S. Navy ri1 begin here Key West Airport ___. 74 CHOICE POULTRY I and Checkers. 9:00 P. M.-Song I (Continued On Page Six) .- lt..%*" Krv. Ur.lMl.. r.rtIII .
arsrswe Louisville -_____ __ 34 Feast and Fellowship Hour. 10:00P. I 4i IMOI.itiiir: ( Dwvat ... .*"** 44J
____ 1214 White Street Phone 540SHOPPING M. Refreshments. II II I
h tae. treat decided to release Meridian 54 FOR SALE! FOR SALEI I News and Serial
Miami __. 64 ."'AA _._.. '. I Monday December 27 1948: Ii
M of the fort
.ki......s per ad ee*the"t remaining men SO Minneapolis ___ 6 I Good Used Cars Afternoon and Evening Informal i Jalousie DoorsI

.... IMC New Year's Day. Memphis ,.h 42 Recreation: Ping-Pong I
par TW Meat. Mere\ pert will l leave New Orleans .. 0 _. 64 TWINS GARAGE Shuffle Board Horse Shoes I K UMHER YARD /2-Ton Dodge Pick Up Fine Fishing Tackle
New York 36 Badminton Chess and checkers.
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tw tantMTow with uutruct I --- Your Friendly Studebaker DealerI TELEPHONE 816 Green
Dance under Underc led
Norfolk _. 46 9:00: P. M.-Holiday
atut w. rave tu nMiea p.rh11 flee. 27 leave the sec-the ,Oklahoma City .. 38 i i I TELEPHONE 163 (Continued On Page Six \ (rarro Inc. Thompson EMefpnles, bit

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1 Tampa Washington 39 63 7 TILL CHRISTMAS I Erery Friday Change Your OJ Tickets at Door :

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AUTO SERVICEc. I CLUB Thinking of those WONDERFUL Vretents fur Your Pleasurei 1939: Chrysler: Sedan

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Phoo No. S Changed to 1 8:00( P.M. in tt I'rogram of Christmas Music i j PRICED VERY REASONABLE aN FULL SWING

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: .: i. ', : TODAY'SBIRTHDAY I. '0 "iNn'ERSARlES
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NMMb.4 I sM. .- Banter bfI. Key I
R ARtstaM..v au4 ......_ Why didn't The Citizen publish thisor ___ -'" *" 7, 1892. STAR BRAN1
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w, T.. ''''1aUd'.a that? it inline with-questions hat-frequently ;' Gone J! 1740:-Rdturn J.Meigs, brilliant, noted civil engineer 1ft five' tr..> COFFI(
...... /IrMa. a.4 Aaa atr.etal Days ByAS -
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;!-: "'!..u M.*>r*. ...!. Another question has to do with the reason I I Br (W Newsfeaturesl.1| I TAKEN FROM FILES .1 lution, leaSer\in settling the Ohio pathfinder born Salem XU, ..TIT A hard. t.... '..,,..

:...... .4 ..., W..& moulds. a. ecoa4 cU. matter I .......... ..? ....., OF THE: CITIZEN OF : coun\rj' ,ndlan agent to the Died March 2, 1M2. |t ,
that stories sent to'The Citizen ark edited. Cherokees born in Middletown. ,11
(Ty) COBS -
4 4b. t.,... It alda..I, entitle to "Why didn't you publish it the way I sentit I I i Conn. Died Jan. 28, 1823. : - .. : -'
... born Dec. 17. 1886. in Banks] "
aU 4lepatehe. credited I luuunuiunniuuiiniiunniinnuuiuuiuiaiimuiiuuii'iKey i j j 1760-Deborah Sampson, the B a sW ""B' B B u"" '
... ..... rr.41ts4 U this paper and in?" Ga. Known
County. the ''
... + ........... h.r.. I as "rich-I F West Junior Chamber of ,' Revolutionary heroine who served -
It is well for somebody on The Citizenor est baseball player" when [Commerce will begin next week .' three years in the army disguised Overseas TransportttiiimCompany
.1a.4'telriu. "%Tn r a tired, Ty started I :
tTS.ees. what its winter program of social and a-i born in Plymouth
.._ _ /.e9 any other paper to determine With, the athletic events :Jr the entertain ': Mass.:. Died in Sharon I I.
It ..' should not be published or how stories are Augilsta, G a. ,
.. Lee'' ment of tourists in Key West. : Mass.. April 27, 1827. Inc. f

_-- -. -..--.---- .Ii written if they are published. club. He was 'J i i' 1797-rJoseph Henry famed ,

.- .>..AU.MTI. *.....I.'.U A RITES*...lMlloB The Citizen never publishes a story sold 1905 to and Detroitin be- Key West said Charter Boat Association -',;'early of 'note,1:American first: .teecre'tary scientist-physicist' : of the, Fast, Dependable KrrtgUf and s.@S"yeter.e .. ......... !

-. that plainly is propaganda',.,or simply\ : gan a rise that today that prepara- ,i 1 i Smiihsoniarr:Instlftpitfn"born' !in I .. .
tions are being made.for .e.I
CM: I.LUT14R an exhibit :
all ...-. _..... 0..4..1 tba.kL resolutions records the flights of one'jf. :imagination: made him one here of fish caught '. 'Albany. V. ': tftfd May L53 l
game in r rAbe
_--. ...-.. etc, will be of 'the game's 1878V .,* *:;" I
.... ele I e ats s Hn*. Irma During election campaigns: ; The Citizen(: greatest.:; After local waters. Three taxidermist_;v. ta'&t' } J' f aJ''Cr et\ledt Whit*r.. MIAMI and

a ...... la e..lS..eees i. tr .......*.by.r.ct.areb.i cants a line. receives many -telegra'ms" -tfhal is" 'said' 24 years he had have been r engaged: ..ta unt)1: ?*,'\ ytt ...... I.) .. ..i... f.ruM and .nUea dlsMbJviriB fisk. I fbeWvexl *
.5.. w. .. p.. .... t-?..., -.*,. *f local er.m..a favoring or opposing this or that candidate I a lifetime aver-I ---.- ., .... I I Bet.... 1110.11 ... 1E'v .e0tF.Jr (
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b""Ul't.nurtn'ne'Xt'M letfirlg
1.51 it w> i C 't p.bllsb m.nymous :. ty Cobb : in
: a' ". In the light of what happens afterward I' 3 age of ;367 and Dr. R. Z. Tyler, pre. i qir-g elder: I I
= '
.... stole 892 bases in omb1 1023:!:) QftnnH'streetLeo
-- has been 3,033'games. He of the Miami district,,J l nighj., .. . .
The Citizen invariably right in' led American League batters 12 II' -l' ,1.f- P'a.. Sek..". ,.t
in the pulpit of the Fiistjiethochat I
refusing to publish certain telegraphic years, three times hitting above ChUrch, commended The 1! Warren Jr,"artiYOd :1es. ( ..... Es.t.EAVES .

stories.In. .400. Citizen for the publicity it gave terday and New to spend the Christmas with KCTccrr wearUtf(PA.M :I
Year's holidays

.MEMIER : Radio Key West. .......
: terday in a desk:;; in the editorial room, a ProgramsBy +Warren.i .
Citizen employe ran across a telegram that A I .
norther is
The Associated Frets blowing in Key i i Today The Citizen says in an I SUNDAYS) .l 1194 ..... ...
was received last:;; October 29, four days West today, and the mercury is editorial paragraph: I alakt. sad .nl... at C-. ..... alI

down to 63. "It is about time for forward- I VcUtk AJ4.
before the election. Contents in the mes- NETWORK PROGRAMS$ | 1:00
u.paeY'EMDn'S ron KEY WEST | looking folk :.0 lay the foundation
to be ridiculous to Time is eastern standard: Fercen: I /XMtlf SfttftltttflStop
sage appeared so a "
The American
of for 1939 resolutions.
r ADVOCATED BT THE CITUUti. fast standard subtract one hour for Society Tropical plans
Citizen editor, a glance at it was sufficientto mountain standard subtract two Research may establish its I II -, I ( At AU 1a9.e.aeMtOLEAVES
hours. Some local' I S .:<
stations change KEY WCST & :
prompt the editor to pigeonhole it. hour of relay to fit local schedules. headquarters in Key West, Secre- CCPT SUNDAYS) .! Mi rt*
Mora Hotel and Apartmeata> Last minute program change can. tary Singleton of the Chamber of
The telegram makes interesting read- not be included. t Commerce said Salisbury Imjierial I A. M. a4 un... M Dd. +...
S. Drat tad Bathla: today. .' _II P. M.
L Airport*-Land and Set.t ing more than a month after the election, Motor\ ScootersOnly :
OmoUdaUoa: of County and if only to obtain a view of one of the many .' Craig Wood, Dick Metz, Billy I SUNDAYS) .! t M .
3 Left for Xmas
Evening Burke and Frank Delivery
G0rcnuaents.' Walsh who are
City imaginations in connection with"Dewey's em... at E.t We.t at
runaway OO-
: News Report li Min.nbaNewscast among the country's foremost
L Comatmiry P.M.
Every DayabsNetwork Meroury.OUTBOAKDMotors
certainty of being elected. Silent Hour Abe-east golfers, will play an 18-hole best

Here is the in Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-wcat ball match Tuesday afternoon on' aixl Ramsey! Boat ,
message Kiddies:Network Hour Silent(repeat(1 hr.))--mbs-weit mbs-east the Stock Island golf course, be- : FREE ncK.rr ....1! DKUVIIKVFULL : ...
"C. C. St. Augustine .
Spades, Republican V15-Sports: Music Time-obe ginning at 2 o'clock. : Keys Supply Co. CAKCCI I INht: HIM. ..
)IOOGRAPII national committeeman for Florida, You and Aviation-cbs
S:45--Newscast by Three-nbo i STOCK ISLAND MAIN OmCK ..4 W"'REHOVSC-.* r..... hsasli ..
Jr. lfed bl. today declared that with a "Dewey nation Lowell Tbomas (repeat 11)-cb: Mrs. Murrell Sands will entertain I PHONES tl AJIt ti
7:00: Club nbc-basle On U.
Supper members of the Young Women's S. Highway No. 1
Kiln' wide landslide' the making, Florida will The Beulnh Skit-cbs i _
...Ia Circle --
News and Commentary-a be of Ley Memorial .
be swept into the Dewey column Novem- Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs ---- '---- -
.It' r W4'JM 1 -- --- -
ber 2, approximately 44 percent of 7:15-News and Comment-obo .
: Jack Smith Show-cbs I r --.u- -
Daily Cnmmentarsr-abo" :
the state's
Y. are. a best teacher con- Dincer Date-mbs .

He added, "Since the last statewide 7:..D The Smoothies-nbe; ..
ttllll ... .Its matter who wins! you must Bob Crosby Club-cbs 1' 4i
polls taken has Lone Ranger Drama-aboHenry '. ;
were Dewey materially .
still the best
-Sh Ulret J. Taylor-mb. i a aR
increased his strength in Florida. There is 7:45-News Comment-nbo News Broadcast bs .;.'
ORACLE a psychological surge to Dewey which can Sport. Comment-mb. l'e G'
THE S:00-Paul Lavalle Band-nbo
not be deh'ied. It i is born of many factors, Jack Carson Show-cbs

not the least of which is the fact that it is, Fat Great Man.Plays Detective Scenes--abo mbs. ''
that is
8:30: -Jimmy Durante Show-nbo.Mr.
MEDICAL MEN TO GO INTO POLITICS conceded Dewey will be the next President and Jane Ac.-cba t
has This Is .',8.1. Drama-abo!
. .Truman slipped badly in I
Leave It to Girls-nibs' '
Florida ." :55-US' Gardner Saysbs- : Most Treasured
""' American. Medical Association ___ _
S:00: -Eddie Cantor Show-nbo
tea raW I3.SOO.OOO from its 140,000 After enumerating all the counties in The Friday Theater' I
Break tbe Bank-abc" 'f.
Florida that Dewey will "carry," the tele- Gabriel ileatter Comment-mb. \
.....-.w.n to fro "into local and :15-Xe..a Broadcast-mbs I '.. '

| f* to oppose compulsory and gram concludes: 8:3<)-Red Skelton Show-nbe c-t:.r'ULOVA i ii

1 m.ilka) Incuranceill :- "With this backlog, Dewey can't miss The Yours Sheriff.For' a Drama Song--mbs abc '
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carrying Florida by a plurality of approxi- 9:55-Five Minutes Sports-a be =(he most PeP 1 .8-
Thin what the Associated Press tells IiAute.-mb. :ryl
Sews for S
dl.patch.Ve that mately 225,000 votes, based upon the 10:00-Life of Riley-nbo i; watih: in the ;
4 rtftt
Playhous.rbsBasing -u LOV
Friday &
if the estimate that 500,000 or more will be : & Sports:; -aba ... !(ewerry. buslnssscbnrthanonyeth.r \
t t!.., ....Tect even .. official Meet the Press-robs I. "1 Vil
,.f th. program h "a nationwide ast.w -r: 10:30,-CUt Stern TalksnbcSpike ..:<< n by more e ..
:: Jones Revue--cb>
; ..
In the light of what happened the ,
*0 ..C duration on the purpose of Ameri- Dancing Time-mbs h .. o'W.ti' t .

ea11 ..>iHcinf. the importance of the con- telegram makes amusing:;; reading and it is 10:45-1'.0 11.00-News.and Variety.Con-nbo 2 tirW.-<-bs .- .-mak.-. -. -. .- ,.: .

*'r....isIl .f health and the advantage of said that' most people read to be amused. News:News.and Dance Dance Band Hour 2 1s ICA MlU.ttff

......n system in securing a wide 11:15--;... & Variety to I-nbo -'

.f Here it is: The people of the United 12.00-Dancinc Continued-abc-west 1- ; 44 \)"
a high quality of medical I -- 1'g'g "eta vet zojBREWSTER

.....M States fear Communism, and the people of hiM

Saturday SummaryTime
TW. American Medical( Association Russia fear Capitalism. is eastern standard fur

..... .M|. net the end of i its spending spree' WHO ELECTED HARRY TRUMAN? for central: mounta.n' standard standard subtract two one. houra.hour;

Mal toile fM...f>fe of the country are a little
.IMylisiwa .f 'the activity of doctors when SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18
Ever since the election, some of the
1hIEr. IMit tn4r concern about Meriting
public af--
labor leaders have been
more prominent
9OG-Mind Tour Manners nboShoppers
r.... tii etM that
a n
ifi vitally concerns SlM'cial-abe
claiming that the unions elected Mr. Tru-
... 9:15-Barnyard Follies-cbs
man. According to them, the biggest:;; :single;; 9:30-Coffee In Washington-nbe
k ... ke that the medical men of the 10:00-Mary Lee Taylor Talk-nbo t
issue was the Taft-Hartley Act. lied Barber Clubhouse-cbs
tlltlltAOy w1M. devise American Jazz abc
some plan to meet the
That will take a good deal of provingto zark Valley Folksmbs10:30.trchle
Mai flit m..kkac available
to all people a who has made : Andrews Skit\ -.obo
anyone even a cursory s
Romance Drama-cbs
LIhr pt.+'Pram of medical care but the 11:00-Meet 'I
examination of the final returns. Governor : the Me.ksnbeNews
_Mt1I_'J m' **t be more than : Let's Pretend-cb.
an orgy of Dewey ran strongly in the industrial! states, Abbott & Co..tello-abc
(1 II aaNlan la whatever w' proposed by so- Movie Quit Show-mbs $$15 CADET S')015 HIS rxcmHKYGODDESS ) '

where the labor vote is proportionatelylargest 11:30 Smilinc Ed McConnell-nbt 15 Jewels . . 15 Jewels, Sroc.llt
.... ash. government agencies. If the Junior Miss, Drama-cbs. I1 1.s: J
and carried most of them. The Magic F.hjthm-mbs
./Mil. dale'. Mrrf.,rmentM will not work then Afternoon12:00Theater
President, on the other hand, did extremely -
M .r lIP.* this American Medical Associa- of Today-cba ..
well in the agricultural regions where Junior Junction-abc
tom, .**. wmlx. r. and all medical men, topr L. Hampton Show-mbs
organized labor amounts to a' small 12:3oE'rankIerri.well.llbc:
rte'\ U a .. *gram which will be success- Grant Central Drama--eb. a
minority of the population. American i-'armer-abe
Campus Salute ,nits V. d
Arizona provides the most interesting 1:00: -Farm and Home-nbo" i

r -- example. :Mr.\ Truman carried it easily. County Luncheon Fair.Interviews QuU-cbs-abo sa a

: COMMUNISTS Smoky Mt. ilayride-mbs S ,
Yet, at the same time, the voters approveda
e 1:30: -Ed Tomlinson. Talk-nbo
measure:;; outlawing the closed shop. That give; and Take Quiz-ebs. S Eg
To Be Announced abc .
; .e.e.twl tn be a lot of fiddle-dee certainly doesn't look as if the )people want 1:45-To Be Announced. (t to 3)-nlo

MIMMELthIn all. to whether a Congres- labor to hold the whip hand over the gov- 2:00 t.-p.stars,ra Broadcast-abe Over Hollywood, -cbs

: alNt r..mmfrtf has a right to question a To I3e Announced (2: hrs.)-mbs
ernment of the people.Mr. .
2:30-Country Journal-cbs
I a .* H whether he i is a Communist. Truman does not owe his remark- 3:00-News, & Scl.nce-c'b., OF TIME $0075 MARIE JQQ75) HER fXCIUiNCY IfMt

:n- It..rt..nt or Justice seems to have able success to any group or any class. He I 4 3.30:00--To Dance Be Orchestra.Announced-nabs(S hr.-cbs 17 Jewels . . UU 17 Jewels . 00 21 /... ,., e, "--

I =1N. flails. a4'""'t iu power to put suspected wasn't elected by labor or capital or agri- 4:30: -Charlie Slocum-mb.

Ji ub** w the spot 4:45-Church Program-mbs
culture or any other segment of the nation. fiCG-To Be Announced -nbe :
: hi t ...e r humble opinion the To lie Announced (1 hr.-abo We will gladly ..
ofrong.l a .
He was elected by the American people, Take a Number-mbs-east t you NM ...4

,tllt i. a plain Ktraight-out enemy of thetlmI'Met and he is the president of all the people.He 8:30 Musical-Make Program-abc Way for Youth.. -cbs charge account which permit you fs .....* *T"f>)f I Iout

ef the United States and doesn't even owe allegiance to the True or False-mbs>east9:45 '- down payment en your IUIOVA tad. f+f .... .

he Treated an nuch. We may have Democratic leaders!'?-most'of them deserted : -Lassie Dog Drama,-nbo i i. once In small weekly or' sta./ ..........

ilia .Mi.h Ilpaet the Communist! threat in Eu- him when they thought his cause was Coconuts are imported to this all of 1949. No 1ft..,..t or taeey4ry .h.....[..

:Iw ballR "e standpoint-which is that lost, and he won in spite of these unad- country two Both forms: whole and I ,. '"'-..... .......
eilep are processed i in
J kaaleell. '
are apparently plain enemies mirable defections. the United 'States.T -
.d .... Vllitt'd( 'jI
States. Communists are Harry S. Truman has a chance to go I I""iz", ";u/eelnelats
........ |
*H they defy the
American sys- down in history as one of the great Presi-
ernment.W .
dentsas a man who, when the world
: ........dy have had too I Paul SbeiEXCELLENCY
many radi- was torn between slavery and freedom, HER J
. sa.l tr m4 te rousers in
our stood staunchly for the liberties of man-
flltttlota. ....4. the idea i 'A'
; of protecting Com- kind, and was too big to admit allegiance at. $39.95 and up

:tas/wsiels/ .he* irfu* '. to tell Also All Sizes of BICYCLES. 21 JEWELS '!JI ;
Congressional to special interests of any kind. The whole J ".".",

:4'e.e/tlittetra: that they are loyal to the Rush civilized world hopes that he may measureup TRICYCLES and WAGONS 5
:tlirn .pl..."i. l defiance Deposit will hold any merchandiseon : J495D
our way of life. to the enormous responsibilities that our Lay-Away Plan Mtt nll..1 1/rrrt
;.k..v Ommunint. should. be booted' out of have .' Ary N ..... ,...
fallen upon him. He has a chancenow
.... .......ry. The Overseas Cycle Store ,__ ----
should v- -: ewtp..r
to rise above group prejudice or ; ... .... ,...
hi4 |,r*. States.. group selfishness. "'920- Ave. Phone-6 138C !... A\-U 'fS\1! A..WAT.CHIS.'S' I




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Regular TypevAdrcrtiscmcnts charge for the first 15 words To insure publication, copy = '!AYNE drew up stiffly at the gone on being a fooL Some things rily. "Can't you be teriou eva
...... under this or less is 45c. must be in the office! beforeII: ; = \ sound of the mocking voice. you only believe when you see"I for one minute?" ,
: eady A ill be"'U1Rrl d.1n The PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day pfjpubji. ; = 1 L.Rosalie) Kissed-him once more before them for yourself." I "Yes I ran. And make yma var?
Citizen at the ratf gl2e a word for classified adtion.. ; = f turning! face Rex who was "You sound so mysterious. Just happy, too." .
,for each insertion, but the vertisements is invariably in OFFICE 5 standing in the doorway ,swing what did you see. darling?" I "You-make me happy Net .
'minimum charge for th? first advance, but regular adverlis- Business in The .Citjs ing a key on a gold chain hap- 71 saw Joe carry you ard" Daisy chance.
,. pUy. iHe was dressed. impecca>tly Winters down the ladder. -Rosalie, darling re have, wee.
with accounts Building coeae* --Greerwj ,
13 words or less is 30c. srs ledger may. zen jj..g I as jaJwaYs..bndspprted'arose'inh4 He :waved his hands gaily. The word came yesterday Yo.
Black Face Type lave their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the = | -lapeL.His'"sleek black; hair_ "Since you've told me what you can take your arisen lest either
The rate for*blacjrface type charged ing the obvious or trying to explain things considered it .
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had before that we all have our decision in advaareIt ."
ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following.conditions: la the event of rror in advertising Rosalie held her head i "I I weaknesses I mine and even you -it can't be trte"
transient or con to act. The Citizen will be responsible only for the 'first insertion in CLASSIFIED don't remember letting high. in yours. After all you did seem He chuckled. -Ge4 d raised
ADVERTISING, and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by Rex." you rather entangled with Wayne come to the oaks and Tw7 see
i' Kahler just new. Were you try- it in black and wh'te.n Ask
my .
the part of the advertisement where the error occurs. He chuckled. "You didn't The ing to get a little financial back Don't you realize I've been work.
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----------- --- -- ----- always helps ing for us? Now we get the ball
c.. FOR RENT-STORES FOR SALE-HOTELS FOR SALEHOUSESAND I *l certainly never gave you a the theater." by the tail Don't rwi see a
I LOTS key to my apartment'"Naturally I She tapped her foot. "I am going chance like this doesn't happen

Large store 218 Simonton, 35x60. Small hotel in downtown Key I I not darling. I would I'I'I He to raised marry his Wayne.brows." "Really? twice"Yes.?" I see."
have dreamed of -
;. Reasonable. Phone 682 ask for West Fla., contains 8 large Two furnished houses desirable never such a thing. But naturallyI suggesting Did his father's letter influenceyou The little word. rams in a faint
Hy. dec2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two location. Write owner, Box I needed one-or felt I would so much? I found it here whisper. She had drawn Herself
apartments. All in perfect: XY, c/o Citizen. declO-lOtx some day." I when I dropped in yesterday" upland was staring out af te
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS condition. Large lot and good Wayne swept him with a glance "I don't think you understand window. Rex gave her a quick
Rex. I
money maker. Must dispose Best buy in town. Waterfront before speaking." What do you am giving up the foolish hutt.
notion of a career. It was all non "1 know how
Furnished 2room apartment on account of health. Box 532,I home with dock. Furniohed. want me to do, Rosalie?" sense. I'm leaving on the Centurywith impossible. but you it's feel true 11 ROM seems be
4 Utilities furnished. $25.00 week- .Key West Florida. Two bedrooms. Two baths. She smiled. "Thank you. Just Wayne this afternoon. I belongs to the world from now
,I:;. 'Sea Isle Apartments 915 decl-tf $8500. $2500 cash balance like pick up the tickets at Grand Central shall marry him in California as on. Go on out with W....... Mnng
I Windsor Lane. decl-tf rent 1328 White Then you might use your soon as we get there. I have to him along. See Joe before YW
1 FOR SALE-USED CARS Streetdecl5tf influence to get us from Chicagoto pack now. My trunks are waitingand go. and his mother fit have a
San Francisco. Be back for must be ready when Wayne man there to take picture*
Modern furnished efficiency and i lunch about twelve-thirty. We comes back in two hours. "Mrs. Monahan afenmt died
bedroom apartments. Yearly or Five-passenger Crosley car, 1948 FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSWhite want to allow time for our little "Good. Ill help you pack. That is why I came bark.
eeason: rentaL Pine Plaza. I model, low mileage, new con- visit before catching the Cen- You'd be surprised how handy I "Swell Just the ri.*t ancle.
1301 Truman Ave.- nov30-tf dition. Forty miles to gallon. enamel $2.75. Outside tury. can be. I was going to have you Darling you know your puMettp
Located 1005 Flagler Avenue.II white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per Wayne nodded and walked fly out to the Coast but going angle. We'll sit on top of the
quietly out of the apartment out with Wayne will be just as world together. Dent Hare at
apartments Electric' kitchen.I Price, $675.00. dec5-4t I gallon, up. 50-ft W garden "What's the big idea darling?" well I can have a couple of days Call up Miss Garden and have
Per day or season. 909 hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 She looked at him coolly. "I more and get there by plane as her v..nfyhat Pm telMng ,..."
\ beta Street. 1941 Ford convertible passengers Olivia. Phone 1597. deel-tf think that is my question. How soon as you. Thank heaven for "I don't need to. I-I knew its
dare you force your way in on wings. I don't expect to have any
Eliza-I -radio, heater, new paint
me like this? other kind. it b. And doft'I
Furnished apartment 3 new top. 1938 Packard, 4-door Bundles of old newspapers at 1ctnt "Didn't you expect me? I'm She held out her hand. "This Is get a for it?"
bath. .Maid and janitor serv-I sedan radio, heater, new paint each bundle. Inquire at sure you did.'When you dismissed goodbye. Rex." She heMlated. "Suppose34up.
iices, linens and utilities fur- I if desired. 1937 Chevrolet 2-1 The Citizen Office. nov20-tf Lucy over the phone you knew pose I fail.
*.imbed.: Coral Hotel Apart door sedan, good condition, rea- she'd get in touch with me at HE TOOK her hand lightly. "111 He cbuC'kled."If you d*. tell
f sonable. Can be seen at Tony'sAuto Christmas lite once, even if I was burned out come to see you off on the can take Wayne. Or Je. Bitt ymiwon't
meats, opposite Poet Office. special, Noma
of my hoteL That was a narrow train. We'll want some picturesMust fail The camera are wart.
\. dec7-21t Body Shop, 603 Greene. bubble lites, $3.00; General escape." do everything right you leer

dec16-6t Electric series lites $1.19; in- "I am very glad you were know." Re be ..& .....

We have several high-class one4 dependent burning, indoors, -. -----
bedroom apartments for the 1948 Nash Ambassador. Radio, $2.39; outdors $2.79. Poor Old
?season from $750. Beautifully air-conditioner, foam scats Craig, 1019 White. dec3-6tx TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow I! WALLACE, DEAN JOHNSON AT 'I .\LL\ .

located.' No children::Will ac- overdrive, 4th speed, air cush- ( America) : _
'tommodate 4. WalterBeebe, ion white sidewall tires, maroon White rubber wringer rolls foi :1
Wesley W. of Minneapolis
.associate. Fred Dion Phone color completely Fen- all washers. Phone 1164-M. Spink -
physician, president of
dexed low mileage. Kept in
160 or 432-W.. dcc7-3t dec3-6t the American
Society of Clinical
'-- garage, like new. $2200. C. K Jy.
FOR"!\ENT-HOTEL ROOMS Evans 1101 South Phone Equity in 1942 Pontiac Torpedo 8 44 Investigation, born Duluth, Minn., !
322-W. dec7-3tx years ago. 1
sedanette. Body and mechanical '
Overseas Hotel lowrates.. Coffee condition perfect Apply CoL Anthony J. Drexel Biddle.
chop bar. decl-lmo FOR SALE-BOATS AND 525 Eaton, between 3 and 6 chief of the Allied Contact Di-
MARINE MOTORS P.M. dec6-4tx vision, European Command,'

AND ROOMS Gray marine engines and service.C. Key West coconut braid hats, Wliliam M. Martin Jr., president -

R. Smith, opposite Firestone Seminole Indian skirts. Cook of the Export-Import Bank. .

The Stutz .Hotel,. 410 Fleming .Station, Marathon. decl-lmo Bookand its herbs and season- Washington, born in St Louis, 42 ? .

'Street has an efficiency apt ings, at the :Marshall Studio years ago.Erskine. i
and several sleeping rooms va- Marine plywood boat 9 ft, excellent Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also Caldwell of Tucson a

cant. LoW weekly or monthly condition, $55.00. 46 limelade, garlic olives, coconut Ariz., author, born in White Oak
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'V, [ I dec3-15-17-3t Rt Rev. F. Eric Bloy, Episco-
IfOR RENT-ROOMS pal bishop of Los Angeles, born
in England, 44 years ago.
Ruomj and housekeeping
light '
Arthur Fiedler
of Boston, mu-
.rooms $5 to $15 per.week. 411 General Electric washing sician-conductor born
I ma-I i there. 54 1t
William, Street rioV2726txLarge thine $40.00. Phone ; Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Art- ,
years ago.
I -. decll-7t I man Frees, Citizen Bldg., Phone Dr. Edwin Cohn of Harvard -

well :ventilated sleeping 51.: -laug2UI ,: fair d biochemist born in
rooms at weekly rates. Maid I Household effects. Living room, New York 56 j
years ago.
-service. Young's Tourist Rest I dining room and bedroom .i'OR'SALEMERCHANDISE Dr. Hu-Shih former Chinese
suites. Six months old. Excellent i
_.1721 Flagler Ave. 1172-J. -
here author
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1 tJ') W.i1'ph.AIJ
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'\ dec3-6tx W have increased our stock,
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cation. Call 667-J. decl4-tf Brand new gas range for apart- values from $1.25 up. garbage are handled day ; rally was sponsored by the American Council of Americaa-Seeiet
ment or trailer. Cot and mattress CAROLINE SHOPon every
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Near beach, all conveniences, FOR SALE-TREES. FLOWERS. SUPPLIESTwo I Prune are delicious when Equal parts of dried celery and

everything furnished $35.00 Kenmore electric washer, without I ROSES AND SHRUBS ted and stuffed with a pineapple are exreHent fw a
week. Phone wringer, $30.00. Apply 626 Pit-I
1214 Duval
per Persian salad bI.ckoh'ps
when with
I. kittens. Pedigree of soft sharp yellow cheese teamed
1040-M. dec7-tf Grinnell Street. dec7-3tx, Poinsettias, rose and fruit trees, papers may be had. One I finely ground and nMlYonll tlM'. Serve un
crotons, Darling De Noche.
orange and one black. Key shredded escarole or lettuce ot
FOR RENT-BUSINESS' I FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE areca, palms, hibiscus, other West Garden & Lawn Supply I Serve the stuffed prunes on a : on rumaine

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Large store, corner Truman Bargain. Must be sold dec 17-232txI I
at once.. :Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen -
'Avenue and White Street Excellent MOVING AND HAULING
location. Call owner, decl-tf I SALE-MERCHANDISE

"-,. dec4-5tx Furniture Moving .
Dining room, seating 77 persons. I CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS General Hauling
WANTED TO RENT 2 and 4 bedroom furnished 1 I Hawaiian table mats purses and Every Load Fully Insured
homes. Immediate delivery.I I lunch baskets; Luxembourg ISLAND CITY TRANSFER

Apartment or house, with stove 8, 12 and 22 unit apartment ovenware and coffee makers; Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman A
and refrigerator. Have my houses. Apartment and hotel French porcelain candlesticks, dec 15-41
own furniture. 706 White St. sites. Paul Boysen, 626 Flem- table bells, cigarette boxes and ( t7
Apt 5. decl6-6tx ing St, Box 303. dec5-6tx ash trays; Swedish glassware; STORAGERed

California pottery; hurricane
Apartment Navy CPO and wife, Two lots on Flagler Avenue and lamps for garden and table; and Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
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last-minute;; shopper. Prices
Two-room cottage at the Mastic from $1.00 up.CAROLINE. LOST a
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Street E. Martinez. ON ANN STREET Children's pet large brown dog.

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HELP WANTED-FEMALE residential with riparian rights. AND MULES .
$2500 cash or terms. You can't I PERSONAL

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Hours at your conven- 166 or 432-W. dec7-3t I I ings daily. 1 to 9 P.M. Trailer

ience. Write ,street address tOj FOR SALE. RENT OR LEASE- across from bus stop in Mara-
Avon Products, Inc. P. O. FOR SALE-STORE BUSINESS PLACES ,, thon. dec4-6tx

.1101, W. Palm Beach .Fla. I EQUIPMENTOne
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HELP WANTED-MALE cabinet $75.00. Apply Adams Avenue dec5-6tx lady. Call 629-XJ. dec7-lt or
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local protected territory. Our FOR SALE-BUSINESS

men contact industries institutions PLACES I Want you to share with less fort- repairs while-U-wait. Low
railroads etc. offering a unate at Xmas. Phone 637 standard prices by catalog. 14 We Are Prepared To Furnish You Wills

scientific maintenance service. Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply (Stell's Beauty Nook) for BPW years radio experience in man- Clear Pure CUBES CIWSIIEl ICE
Unlimited earnings on commission 132 Simonton Phone 287. member to pick up donationfor ufacturing plants. 1116 White- or
basis. Constant repeat decl6-4tx poor. dec4-15-17-20-4t head Street nov30-28tx

: business assures you an opportunity -, Inc.
of building a permanent Island City Soda Sh ppc. 222 Du MIsCELLANEOUSPicture REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate Thompson Enterprises,
income considerably above I val Street Business, stock and
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United Laboratories, Inc'I quarters $1500. Walter heats and matted. DiNegro's, 614' commerciaL Holbrook Refrigeration PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA.
Cleveland 12, Ohio. I owner. Phone 432-W. Franci Phone 1197-M. Ssrvicc. Phone 724-W. I

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I Beaten But Proud i:It -
Drive-in, And Legion,

Pollock's Jewel I How They stand Clowns anti Haulers The Weather Of Their Achievement TODAY IN HISTORY

I Memf erg Of Local (Know America)
And Elks Club Are To Engage In Last 'I
1866 Historic
FORECASTKey Milligan cane

Losers Last Night LOCAL BASEBALL Contests Of Year West and Vicinity: Fair Team Returii Here f decision by U. S. Supreme Court:
West Senior I that branch of
Key S-.eball1.eagu. and continued thru Satur- Beaten, but proud of their no government
warm '
Junior Varsity won over the Baseball games to be played at invalidate a writ- of habeas
(Municipal Stadium" '
day. Gentle to moderate south- achievement of thstro'g
Billies Drive In, Bob's Sports r L the Stadium Sunday will result holding where the, courts are
Club- W. Pct. eastery winds. .
in the changing hands of the Miami Beach Typhoons to .
Shop won over the Pollock'sJewels Key West Clowns _... 5 3 ...625 I Florida: Generally fair and
and in the nightcap the : Red: Raiders o.m__. y 3 .625 first place teams, and if the continued warm thru Saturday a 43-to-39 victory at the Beach ran; President Cleveland's
Bombers win from the American
Sonar School won over the Elks !Atomic Bombers .__ 4'-4 .500 I Legion if will result in a1 tie for I II except mostly cloudy with scattered gym last night the members .of : message on Venezuela.

Club at basketball games last American Legion ... 2 6.333{I second place with one of the' showers and not quite so the Key West High School yar- -Birth of aviation: the

r. night. clubs now in firsf place. I I'][ warm in extreme north- portion.Jack..conville' sity team returned tot tr*?.city brothers the first in history
through FloridaI .
BASKETBALLClass In the the Bomber will today. to fly a power-drvien-
The Bob's by winning their opener i Straits: and East Gulf: Gentle to I \ lIt
"A" League play the American Legion and it I I was rated" bne'ofWljesfbasketball ,ier-fhan-. machine, at Kitty
game go into a tie for first place Club W. L. Pct.' will be a grudge game, for the moderate winds, southeasterly in Hawk, N. C. Four flights mad

with Sonar School. The Sonar Sonar School "A" ... 3 1 .750 Legion won their first game of 1 I j I south portion and variable in games of the season that morning the longest that of

School by winning over the Elks Bob's Sport Shop 3 1 .750 the league against the Bombers I I I north portion thru Saturday. Fair by Miami Beach folks who wit- 57 seconds. Little attention paidto

Club went'into first place in the Pollock's Jewels .._. 1 3 .250 and now the Bombers are out to ;;I weather except mostly cloudy nessed it. The Typhoons scored it at time and for some time

., -- Class B League. I; Independents .. .. ... 1 3 .250 I avenge that defeat. They will with showers in extreme north three points in the last 50 secondsof thereafter.

.. Class *B" League lineup something like' this. I'I portions.No play to down Key Westers 1919-Rhode Island sues to annul
'In the first game it was a close tin. I small craft or storm warn- by the 43 to 39 score.Oroega .
Bombers Casadi If Santana 2b
Club- W. 1. Pct. Prohibition in the U. S. Supreme -
the first quarter but fromtt1t'n I ings are being displayed. the Key West forward
Albury 3b Roberts 3. Villa-
Sonar School "B" __ 40 1.000 I Court
Fortthey .
on it was all Varsity REPORT oufscored the players of either
Elks Club .... .. 31 .750 i real, rf Vidal Ib, Acevedo ss, 1925-CoL William (-Billy")
scored 14 points in tM second ._ .22' .500 Barber cf and Sweeting in the Key West Fa. Dec. 17, 1948. team, when he racked up a total
Mitchell found in
Junior Varsity [ guilty court
and 16 in last half t of 19 Cerezo for
points at guard
quarter fWhile
.. Beachcombers Jewelers 1 3 ..250Billie's box Joe Mira and M. Sanchez in (Observation taken at City Office, martial of violating an article of
In the locals
the Drive boys scored 10
*" reserve for the Legion it will be 8:30 a.m., EST)
but 11 points in last three qU'ar-1: Drive-Ins 04 .000 Anguiera, cf, Pazo 2b,. Solomon Temperatures Tesher and Milstein led the war.
ters. Leader in scoring was Shep- r Beach's scoring 15 and II points. 1941-President Roosevelt establishes
Lastres I
3b Danny ss, Henriquez Highest yesterday _. .._._ 82 -
a. .., perd and Cooper with 11 and Of- Calendar e, Torres-rf, Garcia, If, A. Lastres Lowest last night. .h 0.. 72 Here is the scoring results: censorship.
opesa with ten. For losers, Wallace Sports 1 b and Rodriguez or Villareal in I!I Mean .77 :Beach Typhoons 1943 Americans establish

and Pritchard scored four' SKATING the box. i j i Normal _____m.. --------. --______ 70 Playet- Fg Ft Tp I beachhead at Arawa, New Brit-
: points each. In the second game the Clowns .i Precipitation Elms, f ._ I 0 2 ain. -

.. Score by quarters: Bayrie'W Park. Right will play the Red Raiders for the I j f Total last 24 hours .._.__. 00 ins. I Oliver, f. ._=.,._ '_._ 0' 0 0 i i 1944-Germans push the U. S..
:. Billies Dr. In. 443 415Jr. FRIDAY- firs( place and this will mean the I I: Total this month :. 1.73 ins. Weiss, f ...!_____....__ 2 04 First Army back five miles. .'
6 14 8 8-36 mOO Tesher f __ _._.... 3 15
Varsity 7:30" to 9:00 p.m. winner will end the the G. I
year as ]j Excess this month .69 ins. 1945 House :Military Affairs
f Gilbert, c ._ ...!_:._!:. 0 0 b 'I
first place club in the
League. Total this year ___m...__-. 47.85 ins. Committee recommends organization
In the first quarter the Jewels They will line like Cawn, c _.----- 0 0 0
up something Excess this .. .
TENNISBayYiew 10.33 ins. of
year intelligence systemfor
I an
won by one point and in the second this: Raiders, Baker cf Alonzo 1 b.I I Relative Humidity Milstein, g 5 1 11 i I abroad..
Park. Afternoons" espionage
: the Sport Shop boys won by Acevedo 3b, Cates 2b, Sferlin Ib, 8:30 ajn. Burns 306 .
= S>> points so at the half the score and Nights J. Carbonell Domenech Stahl, g .0 0 0 1947-U. S. agrees to assume

... stood Jewels 11, Sport Shop 15. Daily play. Harvey c, G. Lastres ss, rf Salinero cf, Barometer 75% Greenwald, g 2 OS !t occupation costs in Western Ger

:: j.-n the third quarter the Sport many.
p. Hall. S. Roberts and Defore in -
(Sea Level). 8:30 san
Shop the when Flen- SIIUFFLEBOARD ...
won game reserve. Totals- 19 4 43
30.13 ins.-I020:3: mbs.Tomorrow's Michigan State College is the
net and Meador each scored 5 (Bayrivw Park For the Clowns they will line I
= r.jxunts and Roberts Vilareal and I Almanac second team in history to win
Daily play: like this L. Key WestPlayer
Butler A. Mc-
up : ss Sunrise moo ... 7:05 a.m. both the IC4A and \hs NCAA
--Sweeting two points each for 16
Iirfoch 3b, Alec If, Brown Ib, O. Sunset _.._____.__ 5:42 p.m. Fg Ft Tp in
joints, while the Jewels could SENIOR BASEBALL McIntoch, c, Allen rf, A. Dean cf 1 Moonrise ___ ____ ._ ____ 8:09 Oroeega, f _____ 9 1 19 cross-country championships
only get 8 points, three by Slagg, Smith 2b. Thomas in the box and -- p.m. Henry .. _.____ __ 0 0 0 the same year. Rhode bland
... .
Moonset ... .. 9:23
three by W. Herrick and two by Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Roberts and Curry in reserve. j a.m. Beaver, f .__.._ 0 0 0 State turned the trick in 1941.

Ifuerta. In the last quarter the SUNDAY, DEC. 19- First game will start at 1:15 p. r Lewis -.i:..____ 0 (0 0

Jewels gave the Sportsman a First Game-Atomic BombersVs. m. and the game will go nine {I TIDES I Soper f .....___. 0 0 0 ........... /
score and scored 17 points to but American Legion. innings. If started later it will go (Naval Base) Larsen .. ...__ ..0 0'' 0 .
12 the Sport Shop and the high Second Game Key West but seven. Second gameuntil I Tomorrow Faulconer f _.__ 0 2 4 .. ..

.... -man' was Flenner with .12 points Clowns vs. Red Raiders. nine innings are played or when i' (Eastern Standard. Time) Castillo c ___ -_ .2 1 5 -- -.....

..and Meador 11, for losers Skaggs. SUNDAY, DEC 26- umpire claims it is too dark to {I 11:59 High 5:25 Low Busto c .._.____.._ (0 1 1 '.

and Smith scored 8 each. First Game-Ker' West Clownsvs. continue play. a.m. ajn.j Cerezo g ._...._._ __._ 5 0 10 "
Box score: American Legion. j p.m. 4:17: p.m. Perez g .... ._...._.____ 0 0 0

Bob's Sport Shop Second Game-Red Raiders vs. After this game there will be i ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Watson, g ....._.-._.. ..

PlayerFG FT PF PTS Atomic Bombers. no more league play until after 'I'j (Reference Station: Key West) Easiest to
Meador f. _. 5 1. 1 11 the holidays. First game will be Totals 16 5 39 way
McCown, f 2 0 0 4' SUNDAY, JAN. 2- t' Sunday Jan. 9th. Games of Sunday j, Time of I Height of Haftime score: Key West 17. I

Garcia, f 0 0 0 0 First Game-Key Atomic Bombers.West Clownsvs. Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 will be I StationTide.. [high water Beach 14. Referee Pierson; umpire loveliest rooms!I1It It
f 2 I Bahia Honda
Roberts I I 5 played on Jan. 9 and 16 in that Edwards.
Flenm, e mu_ 4 3 0 12 Second Game-Red Raiders vs. order. i (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft.

Villareal g 1 1 2 3'SWf'f'ting American Legion. I No Name Key Around the turn of the century,

g Un_ 2 1 4 3 I SUNDAY, JAN. 9-' (east end) _+2h 20m. a milling executive named Addi-

Barber, g -___ 2 8 3' 41 First Game-Red Raiders vs. Sports ShortsFourteen Boca Chica son Igleheart started working t
I ( Point Oh) 40m-.
Key We6t Clowns. Sandy )-
develop a finer, softer flour sim-
8 1 1 43 i Caldes Channel
Total --.s. Second Game-American Legion ply because he liked cake and
/ vs. Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL rookies are on the (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. wasn't satisfied with rake made
rosters of the six clubs in the
;: I i oOo
Jewels with ordinary flour. As a resulthe
Player- FGf FT PF PTS i National Hockey League this sea- NOTE: developed a special cake'flour

R. V. Smith, f... 3 2 2 8 I High School.Gymnasium I son. I (-)-Minus signj" jCorrections -and a new American food specialty -

Jluerta, f 3 0 3' 6 : .f to be 6ubtra ted. was born.LET'S .
Skaggs, c-00. m 3 2 1 3 I (Night) The Boston'Bruil.i have com- (+)-Plus sign: Confections to -

'Wv Herrick, g 3 1 2 7 To be announced. .' peted'in the NationalHockey f be added I< ;

.P, ;Herrick, gOo". 2 3 7 League for 25 years. They were

: B.. Watken, g _-_. 0 0 3 0, LEGALS I the CIrcUit.first American team in the Ii j Your Horosdope'' FACE IT Easy. ; speedi.lovely

t. "Total .14 "II16i6 I CRT net f.r the tmtmrv t>r 1..U..r .,..* ;i.-thrifty...Kern-Ton
"'! Score by Quarters: I The annual meeting\OTiCRholder 01 Ib. "ba..e- I Of the 99 players in the Na- { FRIDAY. DECEMBEH17. 1948 ".. ; mvrmrtmmttirm Im the is unbeatable One Cpmt

= ITEb's Spt. Shp. 7 8 16 12-43 of The 'I..rida National I tional 'Hockey League all but 1 -You are very enthusiastic and new r.nrny aatf t. S. AirFftrrr. covers wallpaper.
.-.Pollock's- Jew's .838 17-46 the Hank director at Key room tVest of will said Itf hank held in in eight were born in Canada. I possibly given to excessive in- Fare the tmtmrr with ...- paint plaster.

Free throws missed: Roberts the ,'ily..r KeyV;: Florida, on I i dulgence in whatever Lrffin mind ttJrmrr SlrnJj.I.j...*. frrfTrllrrmrml one hour drying.
the Ilih day of January. 149 at2o..irIocI Six times during the 1948 sea- at the time. Fortunately this is pt_ K tth# ladim. No"paimy"odorlThompson
: 2. Flenner 3, Villareal 1, Sweet- I' M.. for the |.. .
.... son, Michigan State College Foot- in the mental activities{find will .!>_rBl iM I" tfVAC r
ing 2, Barber 1, Smith 5, Huerta of electing directors .1'.1 (
tT"Skaggs I, Herrei 1. I reports of nttirrr. dl......'..... ball Coach Clarence (Biggie : probably carry you-, far::: to suc- "'.'f' ffrr rnrrrr MHh brlichtprmnfx Enterprises, nc.
ct.mmittres. and taking *. !tee >.ar reentter n W
th..n and for the disposition of Munn used every man on his; cess. If this impulse%is. turnedi Alert"Key .- I Hardware Division
R SIS P t Offire
In the last game the Elks and KUch'nthrr business ax may lawfully bench in the game. to fleshly appetites it'will be un- t WM.. .' Phone 886SEEIT
i We t. 1. Kf full fat.attk.
th Sonar B Clubs gave the fans, romr liefore C IKr"'tt'the meeting I I' fortunate. In all events___cultivate ... detayt J1 ..-... ......... "

a real thriller for in the first U Gardner Army was the only eleven moderation. ; g ml" !1J

quarter the Elks scored 13 pointsto Vice President and t'ashicrreremher among the 36 in the Eastern In- .
!I, 1!UX! -- ---- -- --- --
but 10 the Sonar boys. In the .1..17-:4-31.18411: jan..UUIV tercollegiate Football A.sociationnot More than 600 harness racing! : '

._.*.und it was ten to 8 so at the: to lose a game during 1948.f.tracks held meetings during ; :. : :

half the score stood 23 to 18, butin" .:1.THK.:" .:f-iRrrrr>Ttf Jl Dt-corns-tA). flRn oir TIIK IT Army was tied by Navy, 2121. 1948. ,.,'JS. -L .;c .. < 4
the third quarter the Sonar IIP THK STATK OF FI.ORIOt.
held the Elks to a tie, and went I iv .*\n FOR MOMtof: fOr% '. Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinal I! Dave Lumsden Michigan; State QD

in t6, yin thq game in the last l\ ('IIFHV.Care \.. 1;-fltl. star who led the majors in batting -' College football centerf also is the THE NEW JOHNSON

quarter; with a' splurge of .15; JIAftY. IX'r JllT"'HKI.f. I'AVlS hit safely in 121; uf;.h/s 155 J center on,the school's basketball !. GEAR SHIFTOUTBOARD

points to but 8 for the Elk&'-,Itj t !Jr ....,. t ,",.. I games. 1- I'r. !. :: '1 live..! i MOTOR
'was a hard battle and with'two'minutes CL.RF.CI: DONAI.P AVIS, __ __. 'oo _.- _;.-.__r.e ._:. --'- ____ _'_0.fJ7aV .
to play the score was IWendant.OIII1KH .

tied and the Sonar made two' TO" 'lar.nce OF l.onald Pllll.irATlOV OaTlx.Rc.ut. It ml'h

goals and a few seconds later the .- I. Uox '!><. Airway Hlvd.Mtmphix. .
Elks made T.-nn.
one and they tried
Ton are hereby required to appear -
: ."hard but could not tie the game. to the Hill of Complaint, forItivorr .
-Tlte leaders were C. Valdes with, in the army style cause on MELROSE
or l..for* the 1llb day of January.A. .
14 points and Nunez had 12, for! 11. 1S4S. otherwise the. alleKation l ilb
winner the leaders were, Burke therein will tw taken a. .nl..I.
14 and 11. This order to be published onrea I
Myat week for four ...eoutlve! weeksIn Cf"clotfJ
Score by quarters: The Key Went Citizen, a newsPaper viLiuS
Elks Club 13 10 11 8-42 publisher at KeyVext.. M..n-
rue County, Klnrida.IX .
Sonar Schl. .10 8 11 15-44 INK and Oltl'oRF.n this Itch
Referee Woodson three games day of rHK-emher. A. I" 114'C.
Seal) RoC' SA\VY KU.
umpire. Curry first Cooper sec-
Clerk of the Circuit Court.Monroe .
ond and Villareal in the third County. Florida.'
time keeper, Coster scorer Ag1 1 By lido Anne '-. l*.nKworth.Ixpnty .
Clerk.J. .
T. Porter IV.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.dec.l743l.lS4Xjan.T.I.


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said."that even your best "' ..u. and each <>f you are heiiehynotified fuel tank, 16 Ibs. .. Furl
and required to prtietitany Jh
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late <>f lnlon Count. Sew Sf"- us now about j
l of the garment. Jersey.. to the ll..n. Katmond IjnrtlVunt finer .1
You connot give a whiskey. delivery..l'rit $306.50Alligood's !
Harry went out and returneda < > Judge of Monroe County.aitd .
file the same in his t.ffl.-e in I than Metres* Ita,.. For all the IELROSE J -
moment later. The proprietor the County fourth..- in l>adeCoimty
rushed up to him with a happy Florida within right calendar whiskies this perfect product RAitf:
smile. months from the date of the are 6 and /years oJ i.
first puhliraiion hereof. Said claims Outboard Marine
"Good morning, stranger." he. nr demand.- to contain the legal address blended with choice neutral .

beamed "What can I do for I sworn to of and the presented claimant a..and aforesaid to he spirits for perfect tightness' '(

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The whole physical life of the"Qtld 1.:000.por.I.ARH.. V Ztf 6

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maiiufactuie food for themselves 11<,...n. Simmons. Preiatt The Straight whiskies ia tillS product are 6 years or more old. 40% straight whiskey.60% p"; ; ;:::', ;
out of carbon dioxide and t 11 Julian. grant neutral spirit .15% straight wtiukey S years old 25% straight whiskey 7 years old. a. -
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111I11 111..UUWIIIIMIWunWUUIllIlWIUIWIUDIII1IIICIII, Jane Billson Became Bride Of : Calendar ,Of MEDAN\ PORT NEARLY RE1t9'--'

I SOCIETY NEWS I LaVerne Wright Speed Wednesday I' \Coming Events, MEDAN. Sumatra-<*V-The Dutch are aWltt. M11.. y D I

I three-year struggle to clear away mod a4 sutnMeu ut4i.. nl..

>Bf H1HA LESLIE CULEY j On Wednesday night of this ,bride and groom at 64t United II.rNOTHING' SPECIAL I.'B1f i FRIDAY DECEMBER 17th- have clogged their gateway port, to nek .... -...... AI'"
which attended. by Audubon Society Screen Tour.
week Jane Billson daughter of Street? was l
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The Citizen KUtA I Port for Uedaa. freighter)
Pilones- Office-51 Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Gill 715 Car- sixty-odd persons. There was a> i Key West High School. 2:00 wan. t

. Residence 629-XJ I oline Street, became the bride of beautiful wedding cake punch I P.M.... children; 800 P.M. as large as liberty ships can clip from Eurepe (6e ..... 1& ..

wnrniremmmauiauuuiiiiuiimaiOMMHtfllMBffllldoting :, / LaVerne Wright Speed. Torpedoman and sandwiches. Adults. Roger Tory Peterson, into the quay one at a time to lost Ina" t4alt .M the
lead ail and CM
; ; i U. S. Navy. There was then a party given 1 am always struck dumb withadmiration t speaker. niafcen. pain ranen. "....... -.
; Performance Of "Follies Of The marriage was performed m for the couple at the Fleet Re. at the magnitude of'' Closing of Public. School of tobaccos. too eapaeMy, will art a ea > '
' II' the First Methodist Church at 7 serveClub by shipmates of Mr peope} '9 memories when they Monroe County for Christmasand Within few weeks Dutch sea aM flsisry ......
" 1119" Ant' Caltaret Party Followinlloth 'o'clock, with the Rev O, Leon Speed who. is a torpedoman gin) talking o.their childhood. New Year's Holidays. Navy crews expect to fuisn the mortha a.e. IweII ...

I Wells officiating. Miss Molly I the PC 480. He isa native of They seem ta remember very Programs, parties luncheonsand exacting task of cutting and lifting bow .tbaa.. 'JI l.eeei/

: Gala Affairs; Last Night>V I Gray acted as! bridesmaid and K.,t Iowa, now stationed here with :;early details very clearly can ,exchanging of gifts in underwater sections of a tiMe ......

,L Lang was best man. i his ship. tell y.whole. conversations individual classes of all public .- loaded ammunition ship blocking
TM wnund. and closing perforga.p..f sented suit with I I The couple then left for a tedays' > don't know aa important section of the har- -.1
and the refreshment The bride wore a grey ,whoiee'IfftYthings. I ;schools. TheheVYerk ___ ...
ttte TalUes of 1949" tables II!green accessories and carried a honeymoon. and upon their 'how they da ifc. Poinciana School Christmas bour. Then five ships can take on ...... 11Wthe
were beautifully decora-
...*e tact bight at the Nighfi.atw.d I return will be at home to their cargo at one time.The CMr r .
white corsageFollowing' P I : Party. P. the SchOOLMeeting
by. ted. Mrs. Shirley Leider' was i I : Trying to recall my early Japanese swept into the, than there ere .M eNr e|
cabaret I I the wedding. a re- many friends at' United i childhood I discovered that I re- Officers Wives Club, DuIttMLI I
fcr .... director and chairman of the Indies in early 1942. blasting
MHe committee '
memfcaa in held honoring the street.
ception was ''t.
membered little My child-, Taylor. Christmas pro-
very .
ef the east at Raul's Club on charge of the cabaret. : Hostesses' Wives of Dutch ships at Btlawan and partially '
hood couldn't have been very interesting grpm. !
Several off the
specialty numberswere ; sealing shipping
: to me or anybody .else .Anti- Submarine Develop-
peefttrmanre was a gala given, including Edna Ro- poiat. For years Dutch Engineershad I
I Division Street.School Closes My sole claim to distinction was ment Squadron 1. --- .;
-. edll aewrai' improvements maguera singing "Civilization"and been dredging away river I 1 .
that I was cross-eyed. I imaginethis "The Messiah oratorio, pre- i ...
fee aaimint night schedule. "That's Good Enough For mud that washed into the har-
West Com-
caused deal of, sented by Key,
good -
a embarrassment
Ik Ike Waits Tune number there Me;" Cynthia Perez giving the Today For Christmas Holidays 8:00 bour. The Japanese neglected
to friends and'mem- munity .Singers. : p. m.
sus a hes I.4Yl i Rusty, vapor efM song "Baby Face" and" "You First Methodist (Stone) the work. A large bar formed. -f -J'
bers of the family who came to
'' Division Street School closed assemble. St. Nick presented candy
.set .h twirled about the Made Me Love You; Edna t- : Church. The port where large ocean
........, and in the closing scene I maguera appearing again !its doors this afternoon for two to each student in both confronted admire the with new a baby cross-eyed and were one. Bingo party, Cuban Club Du- liners with drafts of 34 feet ; COMPARE'EH L

e ftaaefc .. Key- West the stage tap dance, and pat and Ro-I'I weeks to allow the faculty and I' This afternoon at the Key West :i I wonder what people can say val street, 8 p. m. Sponsoredby could tie up before the war I,
... with Rayzor could take small craft with 1
A V confetti and doing Hawaiian only .
the Cuban Club.
and students to fully enjoy High School a numer of students::to make conversation in a case last AND Y0911 IUY IlK ..

vwomim.... |* of the Junior Frank playing Lloyd guitars., director of the I I Christmas and New Year's hoUI from Division Street School are |like that* They can't very well SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18Children's Navy 18-foot technicians drafts by and civilian spring. : I'S

W...../* Cwt Mrs. Betty Saun- Follies was presented with a !I days. marked withChrstmas I attending the first of a series of i I i,baby exclaim!" :because"What cross-eyed a beautiful ba- 3:30 P. M.Christmas Junior Chamberof Party, workers dredged the port to a EAiYAUTOMATIC ,
The Audubon color films for
day was planned '
..... fountain the Junior Wo of 22 feet Now
wea prevented with a Urge pen by bies aren't beautiful and even Commerce Clubhouse, depth by July a
tract ....... Horal bouquet at thee man's Club in appreciation of; parties luncheons and ,.the winter season. Thursday the"r: mothers know it. You could Flagler Avenue. Sponsoredby channel,28 feet deep has been 0 0Mt1M
..... The Hub had sponsored his splendid direction of the'II similar events. Gifts were ex- upstairs classes witnessed a : cleared. Ships of 10.000 tops ran :
I' changed and Santa Claus made Chrisamas play and pageant presented -I]I probably say: "It looks healthy Jayshees.Monte
... show, which was both artistic I enter
his appearance. Santa also visi.: by the combined 6B classes but that's about all. Carlo Night, sponsoredby f
Tl>e eaeerrt party which was and a financial success. Mr. To cle.r away wrecked ships,
ted the pupils at the school's an- during chapel period and last i Fortunately this deplorable Naval Officers '
Me ta.Ml attended was anmain. Lloyd leaves Sunday for New a :300-ton'crane: was sent by see SPiN.fttHStait '
.. York. I nex, Reynold's Street School I week the downstairs students condition was corrected before I Club, Officers Club, Ft. Taylor ,
music and I
merry- where three first grade classes held their Christmas program. became old enough to give a 8:30: p. m.
Man., The Coral Ile Serena- Mrs. Ray Malone won the trip i iI hang how I looked, and in fact I MONDAY, DECEMBER 20-
eve Bayed for both dancing and || to Cuba that was awarded by the i I I didn't' even know I had ever been Organ Recital, St. Paul's Epis- 6. H. ATTEST Way
.. ......... acts that were club
.. pre- All Plans For PresentationOf cross-eyed until years later, whenI copal Church 8:00: P.M. 4TmseWsNMIAMI
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Complete was turning over some old pictures Charles R. Roberts, organkL
Many Members And Friends Enjoyed I' i m a box belonging to a re- : I I sates a- east
First Audubon Screen Tour /a.a. at..aal
Today cently deceased:' female relative variably had some freak accident.I .

SjwrifiDivision Street School P.-T. A. and came upon a horrid pictureof could swing wildly on the front DAILY SIIVICI
Auditorium this afternoon shortly
According to Roger Tory Peterson
an infant in a stiffly starchedcap gate all day and not get so muchas

Program, At Meeting Tuesday Night who speaks here today on after two o'clock. with ribbon bows on it. a splinter in my thumb; poor f
; the first series of the Audubon Tonight Roger Tory Peterson "Who's this ugly crosseyedbrat Ocie would put one foot on the

A large and appreciative I educate the public about this Screen Tours, sponsored by the will address an audience of *" I asked "That" replied my same gate and get a rusty nail
aUd-l dreaded disease. Dr. Lester's remarks adults at the high school at eight. Cousin Lola with a good deal of completely imbedded in her foot. t..
.lr we ear members and local and national Audubon Society !
fifteen and discuss the Riddle of
l satisfation."is you. They I could slide down two flights of
the. Btvfaton Street School and the information givenin few people realize how de- Migration. Peterson's talk will be 1
thought they'd better have a picture banisters and land right side up .
thor.syhty the film were deeply pendent we all are upon bird life. and will ... -
Association appreciated
eeAVTeeehen highly entertaining appeal of you alive before the eye and grinning; poor Ocie could ii C C..K.M
.. enjoyed a special program In fact, mankind would have an to persons in all walks of operation in case something went mount the same banisters two
A short business session followed even more difficult time to exist life. As has been stated m m K" -*. M. ...
iI""h"lftthiT P. T. A. meeting prvious wrong and you died. steps up from the bottom, slidein -
.. .... tortrtwlion's auditoriumy during which President if it were not for the cooperationof articles in the Key West In those days families wanteda slow motion for a foot and a'' jftU1
night i Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry outlined birds. The very fact that the Citizen there will be four other picture of everybody, alive or half, but somehow manage to Mumford & Ross

Ably. anted at the piano by I a number of highlights of the birds migrate from place to place I events in the Screen Tour Series, dead. If a baby died before it catapult through the glass of the 1N
with the works to man'seconomic
state P.-T. A. congress held sometime seasons I one each month through ApriL could be conveniently proppedup front door, land end 220 DUVAL STMSCT
Mir Catherine Logan music I! advantage. A careful wrong up ... ..........
........... a number of pupils uneW -' ago in West Palm Beach. period of Announcements of these will be before a camera it got its pho- among the flower pots on the Ca* 1014 w vase If.... .'M1 Neat Dee Pi lei Mete KaHawiieOB .
of Second Grade Mrs. Curry attended the congress survey over a many I made through this paper Screen tograph taken laid out m its coffin front porch and with one leg one I i
the i
reveals that birds .
along with a number of other years consume Tour Club Memberships may be They even took pictures of arm and three ribs broken.
Teeeher Mrs. Recta Somers opened members as representatives of huge quantities of insects which I i had from any member of the so. older people at their funerals, The fault appeared to be all

the program with a "fairy I the Division Street School and in would otherwise destroy nearly ciety at a nominal sum and include and nobody seemed to consider mine, in some mysterious grownup -
.*W theme number Called from I I all the crops man has planted. admissions to all five lec-
from other schools inthe, I this a gruesome practice. fashion of fastening blame
a group
,*w lendM by two little fairies county. The president promised Fortunately for those who grow I tures of the series.. These death photos were handed where it belonged and I was always -
.... and girls flitted food from the soil the birds
n boys our Stuart S. Whiting. President oft\
1 a more detailed report at a future I around with the rest of the : severely censured, not to
asssInd a make-believe pond on arrive just as the insects are at- the Monroe County Audubon So. 1 1f
family pictures and except for a say given a good licking. 1 I
............. skate The young.ese -1 Mrs.meeting.Curry announced a Cer- tacking the crops and quickly startto ciety today expressed the thanks slight lowering of voice to denote brooded over this vast injusticeat y M U.t' .
termed 'into eight i couples.{ work destroying these insect and appreciation of the Society to 1234
tificate of Award had been given respect to the dead were some length and it hasn't to
..... were dressed in white toNPeaeM I the school's P.-T. A. for the study pests. the Citizen for its excellent cooperation inspected and commented on like 'this day become fully clear to
snowflakes Alternat.hts The Latest reports locally indicate in publicizing the all the other pictures. ''me.
held last
fn t Mliirni ". added" beauty group year. ol f that a large audience of school Screen Tour Series and in being f

I* lie el+lte. t'I event took place the first part students will hear Mr. Petersonand I of such valuable assistance in fostering About the only other thing I That bring the extent of my n .

The faMrth grade pupils of Mrs. 1948. also informed see the color movies he I among the people an even remember about this hazy period childhood remembrances, I mar- .
Bettart & Whiting then presented| The president the County brings with him when he speaksto greater appreciation of bird life was' A pflurt.' tfcet portrayed:>> Christ the members that will m them at Key West.High, School r and conservation. cousin was forbidden to associate prodigious memories. (How in J s s
Council-ef S.-T. AA me<4 t.
""We* M t fepetCB rflBntrtoft' Christ-1 t the auditorium of the DiviSion I -- -- with me because whenevershe blazes do they remember such a
-is..s.i. by a group j she in- lot of stuff
were Mine was in my company
eT eta .......+lta who wore white Street School in January.on the third Wednesday Large Number Son Born To i Mr., 1------ -- -,--- ---- -- --
g wMh the traditional large joined in th<<: $entette et Sele This Week O lyTHIJ
audience >
at\ .W. ttec The script used)J singing of Christmas carols wit: Went To Cuba Mrs. N. RichmondA 98 COUPON r-WORTH f4. ? 98,

y (.. fisher w*. written bv that| at the piano.A PEERLESS I IBALL
.KMtvr. assisted Miss-Logan son was born 19 the Monroe NEW. STtEAMLINEO
..... it bYI count of parents present re- Yesterday
IiiJL WAWad. Mfcwi Logan al | the following classes ol f County Hospital at 12:15: o'clock POINT PEN I }
....... eM awwue for this- part suited winning half-daj I A large passenger list on the this afternoon to Mr and Mrs::1 I

.. t........... and the colorediacaM each grade from studies for highest l Aerovias "Q" plane for Cuba yesterday Norman Richmond of 132-n Poin- WITH A 10 YEA WRITTEN SERVICE POUCT .

bathed the different'tN !, holidays first grad- included: 1 ciana. The baby weighed six .
..... salt ......., I'. percentages Mrs. Leota For Somers' das*: \ Thomas A. Clare Jose Perez 'j pounds 14 ounces. ( .--.. GIVE A-
classes; Ignacia Zoila Ibarra i
WI &t'" el tacit efforts .econc Perez Jorge 1
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class '
.kina in the.I Miriam Carey's ; Ibarra Juan Solo, Niels Peterson, i WRITES TO 3 YEARS WITHOUT ftEFIlUNt s-
.. pert tcfieshIs I third grade, Miss Marjorie Roerrs' b I Guendalee Peterson Donald Ar-: Hyssop, a garden herb with an I ....._ ...-Ir: t8#_iiirw- .. ,. tfc. UMM .. .. ....... .
M'eetI I ............... .
wee' grade. Mrs Stuart aromatic bitter taste, once was, ._.... ... a.a .aat M1i.N .Joel. argW1-
i class; fourth Henry McKeon. Grace Mc- I ..... .... I. 1 ....
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the arh ....r. dewnstairstwa.rr gus .. Can't: .rr.ica (sat IoaIL. lata.i dtyiae
S. Whiting's class; fifth grade Vincent used in the treatment of pulmonary ....... ..... ai..tir-I.rr.I.NNN a. I.-Ioe WI.S...... Ma .
Keen Charle
: Hinchlisse .... .... ..
I I class and catarrhal trouble and II r..r ratsar..t. .ecr. tJIM &11. allQ'. au .
.. Jr. adtgsad Mrs. Lucille Hardaway's Wood, Cornelia Wood Anna' II'i. ........ Aak 1M 1'........ ... e L
I ...., L t r also as an external application t o]I
I .th. MeratbUge in conOr i I sixth grade three-way tie imo .1 Boyd, Daniel Wood, Juan Zamo-.I bruises and swellings. ..UBLenlraIPbarmaey, White at Dh i ioii....
I I Mrs. Earl 1
that the classes ra. Henry Raybere, Edith'Stum-
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ran WH a
!I I I ton. Mrs. Florence Mullinax ant bing, Julio Rey, Michael Morvett, A

ten"W. t Mrs.i Florence Mickler. 1'1 Wilis Ross. 't
-- --- --- ---- Rudy Bazzy Virginia Burditt, Ii i i FOR A ClIRISTMAS TO REMIMBIE
Joaquin de la Torre, Presley Stu-
l"'(Fry 1 Win; ** Clnb/ No. 88 art May Wilch, Termis Patterson '

Suri"I, ;,,;! On Wednesday; Natalio Gustavo Ruiloba Vidal. Gustavo Jr.. Guillermo Vidal. !

I. Fitz-Gibbon, Vicente Pine, Rafael Jt i4j
To Have UIMV Holiday Season Berastigue. Ofelia Peres Camera. A'You're

California and Kathenne Vicente Carneado, Luis Echen- .-
...... ..... Club No. M held,for Abenante another charterRmeme ique Gernanda Gonzalez Austin .

w.4e rrsaN nretlng on Wrdnw ber, left on Shinevar, Paul Maher, Myrtle

.. .lit.II> N CCS. on Du.1ar. Island These transfers areclub Maher.

..,4, ..... Dr Herman K.I ways to be expected, but /

a. p_. sneaker I dislikes losing their members Ram ires-Sin i th )' \ .
Me .. Mlle dealt with tu who must nevertheless accom- .
whereverthe pretty as a picture. spark- -
L__1rMisls ,_i rur. and the pany their husbands Engagement "
..... S I treeWeent of it, and ; latter duty takes them. ling as the season in a gay new "lit- ."'..

tit ... slew .f .hM. address anasked- I I Members, however, wl11 retain gS! ,
vsl ... quo..tauns i, membership in the national Navy AnnouncedAnnouncement tle hat" that frames your head like a ; few

.. .... tneen4 rrsThese I Wives Club organization the takinga local of the engage- halo gives your face the sweetness r
....-.4 the disease transfer note from a '
I ment of Miss Mary Louise M. "
... d esey. and what pre- I dub for presentation to the club on Ramirez of this city to Sixto I of an angel. the sauciness of t .?- L tan
..... .... bar taken against functioning wherever they go fir
tlaM I,I Oscar Smith son of Sixto J. imp! Every hat is a dream. Every 11jJ
t6..'boat' end. in the schools 1 their transfer I Smith, 735 United Street was I ,1

.. wet ..... will have a busy i Mrs. Iona Aiken another mother club of a I announced today. hat has its own comfortable niche in ., Thole want la ttmrml .M*I .*... ..DI6 tlr
..... main* First of all they member became the you
m Dec 9. and the club Wedding plans have not yet your budget. 'e ;i .li claw thn Ct61awi
aj. ..ieaie.g a tMkt of food. baby girl on the I been completed but they have b Longinrt or Wittnjurt >- P"

.'..sWnr. end toy fur an anony- is sending a floral with piece their to best j;I tenatively been set for June. From $6.95 Up t OU>-LoaI **' 1M U"., U'a Meet Hee. >.... l..........

I.( ... attaMdy Navy famly They new mother Miss Ramirez is a member of the ....t..
l't .. ........... a Christmas wishes.It 1948 graduating class of the Key ... .. r I the Sturdy sail DpriKlaIJ :
k ......, ttft Wednesday was announced that proceeds held West High SchooL are the result of more than W >.... ../ 1 .1" ,

... __ W br hM at N COS. at I I of the Bingo party to the be South ';.t::' I s watches free "I.M$ %....... Uar....pP ... ...
__i MI tfcet day. to be attended ,i next Wednesday at ..w.d IUa
aejiliira., Show guests and i I Beach Restaurant, and sponsoredby Seek DivorcesPetitions Beautiful Hand-Made Slips
the club will go to the Tuberculosis I

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... ....M ..... and all those at- The club had the pleasure at. filed yesterday in the office of "" .. ,.- raft YOUR SHOPPING& & CCPOLLOCK'S :
Awe been requested to Wednesday meeting of welcom- Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer .

... ....... a null gift fort ing back an old member, Mrs. by Mary Lou Mitchell Davis ,- z. I '

......... and members will Judy Fellows, whose husband has against Clarence Donald Davis; !
\" ..... gelM her their awn children. just been transferred back to Key by James N. Morrow against Con- Tommy Coat and Pajama'Set n tin! i un

.... ....i at*** to hold another West. Mrs Fellows though not a nie Jones Morrow; by Vincent K. "It's Right It It's From I v
was very activein Antle Marion Sweet Antle $22 50 "JEWElf'S
draw her trio purpose of a mem- charter member against Mar Ed's"MARED i
club affairs in the very early and by Allie Julian against An-
7th at
....... >iv un January I
."i' 4e Hat Club at the Naval days of organization. thony Julian.TRUCKING. laa-'''/

f....... "tow wtH be a buffet sup- Present at Wednesday's meet-Helen! DRESS SHOP sUN& ..uI.. !wrN.+c'Eaptewned 1
toner an4 will be free to all Ing Were the Mesdames i
me "--"-
iaated ......ftI personnel Fur- Cherwa. who was hostess for the I' .. Central Hauling- Brown, Green and Blue ,h m. Moving
)line ....le ..( UM. affair Mill beat afternoon Vera Wood. Frances I Taffeta Half Slips .
....... a later
tr' an..l.sated in these colBickri. ther Cain. Genevieve Duke. I.ISLAND CITY TRANSFERPhone $3.95 -. and ACCESSORIES I
t'\1 Jeanne Reynolds. Pat Jacqueline Kirkpat 166 524 Southard St. "--1HOIlIUlIU.Kl "'I :(' i l =_ .n. Ii
a charier rick Dorothy RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R ;

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OIntereit To You Put GRIST (Continued From Pate One ( His guilt Nrr'r/
: r Continued From Page One) the Star John Pntchard'sOrchestra. Agrees i

I ___ of each will have been farmers. J ww.r 'AY taste d elf
r' -How did the weeding e.oms
Too Laic To Classify s There wilt be many who are from Tuesday. December 28. 1943: ,off?" oi. .iAw srlle t.sabee ..

fairly wealthy families, but there Afternoon- and Evening-Infor- "Fine until the minister- ukft ...... ..- to Y hale ..t tka'ree. ..
!ift46e HUMCLL KAY will also be very many who have formal, Recreation: Ping-Pong :the bride If she would ely berhusband. 16sMe. AM Rrww w ..
... && worked their way up from the Shuffle Board Horse Shoes .** tall.
I IWhat
g'.q Badminton Checkers I Ishe I ...
bottom of the ladder. Congress Chess and happened then?" II J It Ii. NIl oar w
.14a1| !S- .IH*% Cna..1 t ICy Cartoonist Tliorudike, .man-elect Clinton D. McKinnonof 8:00: P. M.-Photo Club .Dark : -- replied 'Do you think What I ww* II tlrM ... at-
S : California for example, once Room Instructions. 9:DO P. M.- I'm raz1' And the cnnm .ho, .... what !. .. ..... ...AI.ttie ..

, K Ill'1'rll Inlrrraliua. Story Of Florida's. Silver SpringsM '. -t worked as newsboy for the San Theatre Group Meeting. was in a sort of daze, replied +I jnud 1M 1.iAs.
Bert S.m" are* Diego California Journal. lie is Wednesday. December 29, 1948 do." '
now its publisher. Afternoon and Evening-Infor- f nw.11A3. Alpttr *.M pA
I : == -= any 1e. !I.. Notes .fl.lLadrhffeCullegefor.w9men Many of the'new members-will formal-Recreation. Ping-Pong. i Great deposits of salt lie. Urijeath .. !I now fond .... M ..- -- $
).n ntise Interesting have had previous government Shuffle Board Horse Shoes the earth in Michigan and.., Swiisrr4.a0. tttdttftils .. i.eperp.twt
...., tuts.. ..rely_ ..rm I I1tIM i. ', in r service of one type .tsmufher.. Brfd/niritotv\ Chess and Creckers. are removed through deep wells .... d .. aatlrstlmowsta1e
loA' -"' ..4 n........ I l Some have, had expervence. as i 8:(00)() P. M.-Beginners!: Dance with forcing water to 't $. Mart. he-1. M eftI
.. = ... Cambridge, Mass, is asOCiatt.dbut ; \ ( I Class.90J4: ( pMrilCbuAfcrV'Party. ltd pump I ..
'- eharsra.lil i .connected l .i governots br'state legislators aniff I
M p.k.bsMy wdlM | not curporateUJy-: many have held,office as; judges,I Thursdays December 30. 1948 H --
;gi slar M tM minds with Harvard* ,University.. I mayors or sheriffs. Of the 27''!Afternoon and""'Evening-Infor-' --- >>

swI ... Mike u Mutt ex-governors 26 will serve in the I,formal Recreation: Ping-Pong "Memorial Mother
...... llrNwr snd K. 0.e Of the 13 species..Qf rattlesnake Senate. There will 26 former -*SsHuffle) BoatiL, .Horse Shoes to
...... ..a tl+ae.y Mae.rl which inhabit the United House members}. ; en.-faadrmnton-, Chess and Checkers.
...." a.e Mlerest States. 10 ran.'be. found t.r the ate-and two' .former' Senatdrs t in.*.9:00): D: M., New Year's Dance. l bear. '"Mom

'- __ t41.s M. Southwest f the House of Representatives. John Pntchards Orchestra. Just on. year today Cod catted T1 .....
M A"a.y"'rn Frankly I am looking forwardto Friday December 31. 1948: To be with him in H eaves abov
a whale ., a The reindeer .is native toj I meeting the new members and Afternoon and Evening Informal This I knell to brays. Iir-
I. sett- ..... and. one northern'Europe and Asia whdie''' to working in the 81st Congress. RecreationPoolPingPong early mora for each pray.....
--J ............. dur- it has been long domesticated I[ am often reminded of some- Shuffle Board Badminton And with broken heart
Ins. ..s..Ms.k I[I rspeually in 'Russia and;.Lapland l thing which Sam Raj burn. Horseshoe Chess and Checkers. I laid one dozen torn on your ,...e,

P.Anton ...._b.Ii. Speaker-apparent of the 31st 8:15: P.M.-Movies.
I I Congress told when The twilight whispered ua .
the 80th All
tree -t and Italian pi New I us Saturday January 1. 1949:
-. aapaearU in the II York The City is I population, 095,000, almost as j I GOV. WILLIAM M. TUCK of Virginia (standing) addresses the 1 Congress convened. lIe said Day Open House Mr Service While on the wind come the vatess e4 rte rrlr
.-. ,1)4,4 rtte.I I the Italian population of closing session of the Southern Governors Conference in Savannah "You will probably observe some Men and Families. "Safe In Th. Arms of lew Sato lemee.wea I
.K 1411... ... I great J1ome.j .as I Ga. He is the newly.elected chairman of the conference. member whom you consider to I As they sonq that eventide to .M u .......
-. sad Sam" o Seated. left to right: Gov.-elect Kerr Scott; of North Carolina. be doing a vary poor job and'1 Most active U. S. centers for: Heart already bursting with air lit jm*
iMstr d nu you may wonder 'How did that Miss.,
| Almost 13000.000 people live in Jester of Texas, and Gov. J. Strom Thurmond of lightning are Vicksburg.
; Beauford
...... tll liftrta.4 an a th New York metropolitan:area Gov. fellow ever get elected to Congress Tampa. Fhu, and Santa Fe. N. M.. Each day I prayed Dear God keep pM w6* M
ant wily'. .book *'least three million more than t South Carolina. ?' And then Some day you which average from 60 to 90 For a little longer, lor he too Had .. leave
pw at Greater London. I -- ------ --- .-- will be astounded to observe that a year. A mother like you. so good and ttaa1 eat.*. .ItweMf

i-- ..... a.raic book I live in I.I HOOVER URGES HIGHER SALARIES man display more knowledge For a home in Heaven abov.
w1MRinrs are stag- New York and Michigan !lead about some subject than any or New York City has about 2.-
... .a "aiaMM ofir in the commercial production of all the other members' In my 000,000 Jewi more than there The dew upon thy grave I Is a* Ifce le M .! if
\ wee 'h e y have rasbemes in the United States. two years here I have .alreadyseen are in Palestine; Heart as thou see.t ISM eon w e.Mh
..... I.-t.1 .n atunn& that happen several times But newec tear Mom; each day .... iMoi at ....
ti.... !" at .i bleudshed. and I am anxious to discover ...
return of her l lover and his h J..V .Y..V. Crows stronger and we wont toet. us. eae
.. _i 1' ndike hu J'js .. what will be the particular con- STRONG ARM BRAND COFfCI1'
........,. _' f,. ,.; r pit : t.uuk that plunge into the mysterious cavern tributions of the new rpemberswho ,
to return, A. GB
-- will help to make up the, 1tr
They gaze in awe at the Ladies N L
; 81st Congress i coFFEE'AnLL
Parlor where a thousand rainbows dec 17-1 ll VBtaerU ..* CUH:
are mirrored against a --. .
background of alabaster pink ina Henrick Johan Ibsen Norwe- .tMl r
canyon 62 feet across; shudderat gian poet and dramatist was of
the Devil's Kitchen with its mixed Danish German Norwe- Groe.rsJ.ULaUUAIU GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
and Scottish descent
springs of bubbling charcoal that gian__ ._ ..t. _____ &. &&&ILIr
give an appearance of smould- S ,tttA - -- "KEY blurs ONLY PRIVATE: Het+tf AV
r campfires and learn to
ering identify the 35 varieties of fish ,. } FLYto Emergency Room Serrfrr. 21 //__. ,,1 Ifrjfrnf M.,

that inhabit the crystal waters. / "h.ic.fll""* "l'* vs
Then follows a ride on the un- '
derwater photo-sub which they -S'--- Day A if AttoutPatient

find equally as thrilling. After HAVANAThree lime.: 3-6 "'.."/.. fla4f+ ,

luncheon and a swim they are off '" Except On Saturday anti $mtdftVumprf

f again beautiful on the Silver Jungle River Cruise where down r u Flights DailyTO : Lubitrmtory mdKy Imttttttt

they encounter their first alligator : HAVANA TO KEY WEST THIS HOSPITAL IS EQUlFfCO T* CAM Ft*
watch snapping turtles asleep i Lv. MATERNITY. MEDICAL AND .VR. SA1. CAMS
Key West Ar. Havana Lv. Havana Ar. Key West
on the neighboring logs, see the 4: _
i 10:15 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9.45 A>L
locations for such well-known II Sr
1.4S P.M. 2:30 P.M. 12:30 P.M. 1:15 P.M. GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITALDR.
movies as Tarzan Find a Son
4:00 P.M. 4.45 P.M. 3.00 P.M. X45 P.M.
The Yearling "Untamed
,. _. JULIO DC reo. &*..*..
and "- -
: Fury. "Mercy Island" '-- .LL.II
Zvi tesoiaarr Persons j I IWW I I j I' "Moon fun feeding Over the Miami"monkeys and at Monkey have-i I (Wirephoto 417 Katun: Mrrrl Ttlri..tim II.I U I

00 7WoaJ" 01 A I I IPwfefetfr Jungle. FORMER PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER urges salary in. ROGELIO GOMEZ. AgentLEWINSKY'S

jab for 510,." I I The next adventure of "Susie! creases far; government executives in testifying before the Senate _. ----- -- -- --...
{I and Sam" is a visit to Ross Al- Civil Service Committee in Washington Tuesday. H. heads 1
....... ..tP.wbryt and rel rt.h- ': Icn's Reptilorium where they which -
a bi-partisan is completing
group two-year study on reorganization '
Bile aa4 Mi a.v.ytanre trunsMarl Ij I rl watch with horror as Ross handles I -;
rev.. ..4ske.fkW of the executive branch of the government. PEARLMAN'SINCOnrORATCO i
venomous snakes with a I J&PRECHRISTMASSALE
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S w* fur the master hand milks them and describes -- -
( a thw .......... ago their characteristic and I I RULES 1OKContinued CIIIIS'I'MA5{ + zing surroundings, and ((4)) ('en. :

........ to .... studio service to mankind. ( From Pane One) i formity to the Christmas :3plI"lUThe .
..........nty III M pan. Hundreds of thousands of these I places and two prizes of $25 for !' Christmas lighting Con- !l: : TILE: STOKK" OF (II (tun '
Ike Mirtll- g stse7 of attractive and educational comic I I test will run from Dec. 20, : i
V.ttwlsas_J_ s al '"SuMe an4sterU and color: books will be distribu-I the other two winners. I 30; the winners will bin ,sari : Ker' W..t'al.uwft.. LADIES': MtSSCS' eat CHILD...S iref .

lit .. tFprraga.eery .- ,i ted throughout the I The contest will be judged on :, nounced January 1, 1949. The!I. .
.. withIn aw. Ray and, Davidson _plan to pro- ((1)) General artistic effect. (2)) Junior Chamber of Commerce : ..
.. a .nrsI.IAUf.Q,,;.aJde.&D .!o"Qrp1N na .b'nildren' i Key West is sponsoring the'e'ftnt I" LEATHER .
......... stag a cars ;. homes, hu&pi IS and outer Originality.. ((3) Ingenuity in utili- again this yearROBERTS __ ..
.. sI.t. end a establishments with the compli- I OR
M. e. d"aspi Ia.. ..w forfair. ., inents of Silver Springs. 'I UNHAPPYUcmwW JACKETS :.

If more publishers would get: OFFICE SUPPLIESand I
.. IM o they away from their blood and thunder -: !
__ s f fU r M.d David. i,I comics and turn to books like. EQUIPMENT ,i "Q andCAPE i
ttr.rytseg the augkev this they would have Parent 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 2St I .
lu Silver Teacher. Welfare Educationaland .
7lrss ....... the ,w Hlp younclf lo normolhopputu. SKINJACKETS e
reM civic organizations singing Visit Our 1.
clever black I their praise instead of campaigning "Rcceralrvction. Th.M wf..thod" (:lInIST I.\S (;,1R1) anti Only 7 3liirt UtiTo .t\,'* 1.-(, :.
tbw.ap that tell I i to put them out of business. i con co.T.d crow .y.v Som- S;
tetRt;. .... it WM ever I Both Chuck Thorndike and Ray Times m lu than on*dayl Over 9.000 I WRAP. IEI'I' w i ': Buy :
M flee at ry f nor.a -{, and Davidson are to be congratu- ucccnful coict, oil ogvMl
a M44rar4wnSusie ROYAL PORTABLES for I
Jlated II ". 1" 'fl. w ltl r.r ....-.- I CHRISTMAS GIFTS CIIRIS'I'MAS'GIIrI'S\ i iAt
and 1 I 1 If you would like to receive a .. ttu Ncw-f h.ajWgw Wrdr I' ZII'I'EK and IJUTION "tKONTS
L!. ]A L" se m. eke. reader en free copy of Susie and Sam" just '
.. .. fit1N. uf h.. lint ride on i j I drop a postcard or letter to Ray CROSS roe Or.....EYE(.....FOUNDATION Jockx .vitl.. .Florida i Open Until Five on Saturday Formerly Priced S29.7S to $23.30REDUCED this. stor. ,.. ..W fond ... M 1M tF.a! MAss :
.. ...,. \.11. llt..t They and Davidson, Silver Springs, 'I .ri_... Ir.w .k.s4i N ...... J" :
.... fir .........Jft lUll where t mention this column and it will $22.95
...... r%>- ihrt.w i.>lur. on thee be forwarded promptly. You'll TO EVEn'MRMIIKK{ of ilic lf .\ MII.Y \ i
fi.s ne Yo aUhear the get a kick out of it and so will Come In and bee Our Loieh" Selection of I 1 .
....... .*. v ,.t Hrmice Mayo the kids: when they finish reading ANOTHER GROUP Oriag tt Lid l. !**. .tot. had M wm has* :
e1M Attt H.n.. ); thrv pass overt it they will have hours of fun t. tend .
BABY DOLLSBaby yw last what y* *. IR. :
eta. ... :
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KEY Coos . S6y" 8898 and 8109"Life REDUCEDTO $18.95PART r FOR THE LADIES :i
-EXCLUSIVE- -JUVENILE- STORE- I ( -like Doll Just the thing for that Special Little Girl) i i s Gurgruus 1 ,ul,.,.....,. H..I-l H&e.. 1ag1Ep.r :

I j : and/ (,/rKn Kntemldetyltnt: H...e, \yeM. send :
Pro Christmas Sale Now On Sparkle' 1-1f'111)9 S5.9K PRECIOUS (almost
M.*..... *l OTHER ITEMS front Which to Choose )hiiniaii), 81.1.959 Milluuit Hit or SI6.95 with wig. : H .H,/ >ir"*al"ra .n./ TMNi S.H. 1%, 1Giu..j J :

Also A Lovely Assortment of DRESSY DOLLS. $6.95 to $18.95 I' : Shorts 1.1,1.i I .,.., .1.... ,........ he ... IfLs'. :

Trams WREATHS I \incrirait Flyer Smoke Trains' 829.95 and 39.93 I REPELLENT JACKETS : \,....,..t in.lira !\e. f..... ...., I.res.a :.

Wagons I Pull Toys I with electric (Plus $9.95 for Transformer) I:i Formerly Priced $14.80 to $16.50 ..

56.95 up 51.95 up 69c up candle 7sc Lionel) S"itch Enuine, cuiuplclr . 33.95 REDUCED $10.95BOYS' FOR THE MEN :

Model Craft Walt Di-iiey .'ri..,.. . S3.O( I TO :. /{<,/,( *. f',,/. ,,..,... ,_&... MTir ... K..4. "". :

Victory Bedding & Furniture Co. Including Lapel Pin Sets-and Others at $2.00 and $2.50 I : *. Tie s rl.. H/J/M/ .,.. IINifr, .r' 4M w4 Wwae. :

*M DUVAL STREET TELEPHONE 344r.rerMlnug YUmd<'raft Sol-., S.J.OO: ( Fiiiper I'aints i I REVERSIBLE JACKETS : Other Item T,.. \untftttt hi W.n...... :

: for the t.i'.tle Polka Plastic DMies! ,. . bl.59 and $2.98 Regular $1450 'I..

,.. C"*i 9* Until Christmas UM Our Lay-Away Plan Plastic Toy Garden Furniture SI.19 and 82.98 I j: FOR THE HOME .

lYur!'e Kiln, 69e . Doctor Kits SI.19 i i REDUCED TO $10.95 : 1'mrrl Vl*. Tttble V**, .N,.r/ '*.... |*MM.r 1 ...

Cowboy, and Girl Suit> . $5.95 to 11.95 : s,.,.. .'h....' ''''.' (11.11.NJ.' +N1I'Fre1..N".s41NssL.


Located: la tie Hear ot the City Don't Forget the Most Important OneMOTHERElec. ; Suits Trousers Robes toidJOYS' : > *., (:..//,.,. Srra. .n.l Il..y tIflew. 1u.p 11I :
/ .
KATES nnfiAfC WRITE: or WIRE: Neoo Roaster!! $43.95: (grill accessory! $9.95) I .
t for RESERVATIONS I Waffle Irons . . $12.15 to 822.95 ,
with BATH and TELEPHONE : Also reahmfMJ .

1 Ford Automatic Toasters!! . $18.95 to $22.00 .. I'ullilrrul.! Nin.lUl and Ils.h4n IINN.1.. .. Mw.r. :
MHlerHotel\ .. the Brand You Know "VCLEWINSKY'SMtHS
Pershing Port. Washer 826.95 & 836.95 (Wringer $7.95)OUR : Per il..s .n.1' ,..,1.
H*>ll lM Hotel .
MX.: W St. J2I NX. lit AT ,
N R-Me 100 Room 279 NE. lit Are. TRADER : GET THE HABIT .l HOfrtM4l H
a.waliW Elevator 80 Rooms i DUVAL .
526 Phone 146
w...I Heated Elevator 4: 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 STREET
:3 I BLOCKS; FROM UNION BUS STATION : v.r0'11'11 Etery' Earring; Till 9 : :i -- --- FOR ARROW SPORTS SHIRrs ---- !


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