The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 18, 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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M4 pkwic, T*.. dead tailor WM identified' r Washington and accepts: the Wright Brothers': first plane the "Kitty Hawk* on behalf of Itw tJ itrtar'., "4 ,....._
I Claim To institution.. The takes .......... wi ..... .. .....
ar J..........n F. Lmdsey, 21,. : AppearPlans ceremony place exactly: 45 years to the hour after Wilbur and OrviU 7V/i/,frffffirfM ; ""
i Wright made the world's first / /e.. (tint v w'tMa -
airplane flight in the little flying machine: near Kitty Hawk. N. C. p
rtw wvvMl' at the Naval Air Sta- were completed this'morning J JI .. .. .
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Dec.: 17. 1303. The plane (top foreground) hangs from cables. It was returned to this At 7iM A.M.. tTloiinh t
...m. .*..*. .... two companions for the Community : recently from in country faire. new pe ..rear
a 20-year London '
sojourn mu scum. Behind it u Charles A. Luxiber .
w4.. wr earned beneath the I Christmas observation for both ; of SL Louis." "Spirit filatw.ti Aa ... .... taw Aar

........ when the car upset were t white and colored families on I "...... 1)Au. rp.rr w Irtlillie ..... a,..
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w."..filA.I William D. Holliday 1 1loss Key West i, ---- ----- -- -- ::1I ... t# a ... i'aN Ile eyli. r ..... .

MM Wwker C. SUhl. who also Here is the scheduled of eventsI LOWER FOOD rRicrsDUE I I'Ibr r'", w1Ni1. etw-.. ...
.**v*.i .l the Naval Air Station. I I as outlined today by the ComI Important} -IU..iwr. tw ...... 1
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A* M ran be figured out I I munity Christmal'Tree Commit [ 80..
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IFMM tfc* s*.ten>rnU of Holliday tee, which met in the office of j IN 1949 STATES \Witnesses Due ., a!,P11w

.*.. SUM the ear which was Paul Albury. city recreational di- Owr4ewWn ) .
rector: I j I L......... !1Catpw I-= itilM r s
**. m ky H_llK y, failed to Wtr tb arils
sale a him in the roadway and Tree The wit Community be Christmas Park ati:) DEPT. OF AGRICULTUREBulletin : In Case I a.rtMtJtoMiW ... sorrel ....
went a4f Ut. road I in Bayview j Spy .. I l a1Nf11 :: '
3 p. m. next Thursday afternoon. i Ib"M'
A* IM for entered the water and Santa Claus \\:1U': dpn&f-on. a, 111.-.. ;
M u...... eofnpletrry..,. the wheels of j fire truck and distribute bags of I II I II i allnniit Crbve's'; : -: .I 1 f'niuri '>a.>r... $ t. Ww Ili? ..

lfc. umiiitrte being upward. Hoi-1' I'I candy and fruit to every child! Al-o Says, I j Of I I(b4t a MJsk.saleMk ...
that appears there. "I Former Key ; > Malr. .. N .. ltlrA Isar air .
May M4 SUhl managed to get A Community Tree for colored j ( Will I j i KEY WfAlTI t/ ,Ollr'.. ....
I Litllh;; .oats\ Will lie (alh,'il 11'Ge.11irr than r w
.... Mv ww4wa> uf the ttutomoheV { persons to be held at Douglass ; Ie., W... A.P.1. anise ..
I )j I rtes 4 krAbs.
.*4 tw aw tri tu .khoie Then High School at 6 p. m. next !loran In Uniteil hKr : \WesltT. Dies) In < IIi.... I IN..n +. :: :z- h. w ..II. .
Irf ....wd that.. Ltnd ey was Thursday when candy and toj: swill I .. N ..'. ilMr w.w.. .
--. be distributed by Santa < The San FranciM'o( I l i tttr i..ia... r.._I lller. .dLa '..... ehnl .. r r
Tlterihw I II'/! > Photo Claus to all children. I WASHINGTON. Dec. NEW M RK. I Jt"t'. l.1h... Munn
14e men plunged into I ( I I .... ... .. .. .
Ihr warlst aitad Mum broughtLb.ik.y Toys are now being assembledat I Prices for food in the Icis. S.>re. former .....|...| **.*. tI Ile4r1 .... .'...
....... While one ran to 1 1li. j FOUR YEAR OLD GRACE | Fire Headquarters for repair t!! States will be generally Miss htta: Patte1un.. 622 Caroline tary of kt.te. i. diM. In arras. .Maetomorrow .......... .
k I t at the Lei to I IMisr. PURCELL of Lov. Ga.. .and rejuvenation for distribution !' SIX'Y street today received information I IMew ttMnsrl (.
? )oy<" ( i| 1943.:) according to !I fern IWu. ....... 11w ... ... .. .. ,- .-
.. ... .. nit fat aaAbtdnce. the' to all poor children. They will be'' that Mrs. John Henry !leer ltaeii.1 .. .. ,. ...
Atlanta .
packs her bag for a trip to i leased today troin two l .......... '
.tMitr | delivered by aSnta Claus Christmas Newton. wife of Vice Admiral had: b>fi Mir ..sail. ... .
Myra giving I..Indaey aiti j jK ... ..... -. ..... ..... .... .
tlltd .../'rraali..t. 1 to receive lbs finest eve. Pe.sons having extra lie sources Newton had died in the United c-ncn of the Ur.4ed AIN .a., art I-" -- M ....J. etwr ... ...
..... J. $iue I >*y lUnilm was: '! Christmas gift from Santa Claus | toys are iequeste'1 to give them I!| A spokesman for the States Hospital in San Francisco. he will br .......'_.r Wbefore ...... PI_liia rIli&e .. te... ..... .... .....-
ties/. IIMN hat home and Arrived I| -it of artificial arms. Santa to city firemen at headquarters in j Statcs'Dt-artm"nt of A'<; Mrs Newton was the former LI:: > th* fMteval cra... Mseyhere p. "" oar r 41110a .. ..
M .. ...nen Stock Inland pair I City. HallBaskets. I I stated that tn- outlook : {' Carry of K.yV(>:.t. wh r
tlrrlf, 1a1er I4e .a r| he went to Claus. in this case is LocoI I : of food will be distributed prices will prevail : h'.me here was in the l uiMinK, / tiers ,aiw _. Sa4M L' .v
lev |b..l Bx.tUl. U* Ming gaslace : motive Engineer Henry R. Lee I Christmas eve to all indi-!( the Ct>untry. unless ,,' ..vv "Kcupiei by the Elks Club. Alff<'r III.Jiayrp .-. ..., an ........... a1 -...... Nt .. ... .
..**! whHi a Navy. chiefvtH gent families in the tity A lung) an unseen nature happens She had been away from Key when hr wv m |.KrDartnwM ..... tealwa.w Nf11 renew ........ .
+ ..i..*a .... the scene hoped cf the Central of Georgia rail- list of such persons ha.. been I UK':mlimc'. West for many veers, dm inc of Sane H ww ....MM .... M .U. ... .... -
M ......" .I./r I. l.irslsey. road. Two years ago he noticed I compiled Others may l>e hated i: Meat, eggs J r"u'trv .in I j which time she had traveled! ex 4 part vi that have MM tNtl Tai. = 014liu. ...s -... u .
(Continued On taker C"hilfn.h.... ......... .
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An wwt'..I un 1.ind..4-y for the little girl waving hr up t<) Tuesday night by calling I W'ly. r ...Ar. irdllr..a.rt .
am Mew ,tall. a Kalf and then finally hubby arms. off at the elbows. I 271 for white families and 185; for I ({'..itnue od u-i .... .'"., ........l.r. M .. .....' ."

Mot IMB IMIM to Naval llosttol coloicd families I .... ..... ...... .
TlM.. Uie tl,".Uii tried to .s his train flashed by her I Many dolls need dressing for I New Building Here Totals Ilr+t rw .. toPl
hue* him Me .sir k. but Uiubey home. Forthwith he began; soliciting distribution t'j poor children of Three Atlcmpls Fail. .1rM ... a'

.ltd d..d. funds from friends to I'I the city. All persons handy with j ... .. ....... ..
I needle and thread are requested 1. .elea/ut. .
buy her plastic arms and help I. to appear at Bay view.Park bandstand | $44,000, Since December 1 To] I lic. cucinc: AinerietuisSlnuuled ..... ... "o. 1 IsFa. -
(Cf; Street '
rrcnc. t educate her. He has collected at 9:30 a m. Tuesday to I I .. ttl4.a. to
finish sewing the dresses\ for the i idolls .. .
$1.700. Grace was born without i .1'i.ntiriul ContiflfHcsiilt ; j x N.ratr

Item!: i!tUepavedVork ; i arms below the elbows. I Everyone. volunteering for this.j I IK ci! slid New Paul G. Albury at &03); ;td : ) (On) Icecap'' ) ..S.a..4 ... ...
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work should their
bring own 1 .
I I n'C-1| street at a cost: of $J.000. .... 1w'.. '
\ Is Finished : ults, thread and seisins to the Itiiililui;;; \t Sonlli ; .
for la.r -
floor 'm
putting a new and
I DemonstrationOf I! psrk | for general repairs to Monrw" I'h V- ul| Illiiitaer. I I.. n. ..J--- ...... ..,,< .. .
Already istin4 in the .' Leach" "u'I'tl,1, .
a:" ewing .
TIM rn44 SiMith Theatre at 627 Duval !sti d at a I'l.l.f.lO.I( (Jl.1,1. .s..4e1.
< Otfnpany. GCJ1'0 Be t program/: : are the members of j sat of 3000. It I ([ 'I'u IIM\' ..k ... -..... .- a C
A total
.w.M.ra" play Marled rcpavwa c>f 11.000 is; to tw e>- t
i Troop 5 of the Girl Scouts: under ... .
; : \\Iiirh Il.i.I I L.Utn 'lu I .a' Swr
) f CJtWpe sheet betweenMIMM.a leadership of Doris Thompson I I pended for new construction in moving and < ; .
**f>4 Whitehead street:. Given Lions ClubThe of the city since December 1. according home at 1117 Grinuetl street for l.ulI \\\\rnkniul\ w' L
Troop 8 under the leadership < 1
Isabel (Irr Of( <(<;M iilrfitil$ i w.less .. ..... a .
Vol t -t <4 the perx-nt reBMLgram | Dorothy Sands and the Senior to building permits issued Rodriguez at a cod of I4s... ....... .. ..... .
-eNiR. t<> b-- under I'I by the late Errol V. Sawyer 3000. ..n -. ....... .
: Scouts under the direction of .. .. .. .
Key West Lions Club to- ,: I. _._' .. '_ .
...... .IT liw* crtjr during the cur !: and Acting; Building Inspector For construction of a WA.HINUtlah. lieu 1& Aa
foggy Little and Marion Stark. gaiafe
I 1 1I I Ivan ...... ..1: ..._ n ..... .. ... Hit "
Roberts. I
morrow will be given a dcmon'I'I I Other work has been done at 2214 ScfrJenbers avenue fur ... .. ... .. _
stration of eround > I I I ur' ...., .... '', '.' .. .. ., a.
wsrwho tot conclusion of Ct I long the same line by Junior Here is the list of new con George Far a Wo at a teal vi i i hi ...... .. ,.. .. ... .... .' .
.... 411 s..thaed street between proach (GCA) operation at Boca I'High I School group: under dirccI .: ftruction: $.3.()O(). AIt..... .... are silo a'rt.I .oft I t .
Theisen aa4 Smonton streets I Chica Field''. Arrangements for I j I tion of Mrs. Margaret Wellons ]I| For a frame residence in WhalI For" a l.mTl'll' block rfrlditi, into an wruap .41 the ....... t.1 l ,c."..n I...'M.., I Ie -
Il1ww war esith pea rock on i this demonstration have been .and. the Senior High School girls |I I I ton street for Philip Keitei" at a i the Columbia Stt',tin Latin I.nd.
Mti1/ .i itewferr. Key to finish I made with Captain F. L. Buscy i i i under direction of Mrs. Helen ', cost of $10.000. dd'ry at 617 Simonton ,stuit' ..1 ,. Then. lank-l. U.... esl. ..t.1., I. I. r i", fi.a4s
M4eal Mi City Manager I U. S. Navy. commanding officer i Wheeler I![ For a concrete block structure Cost of 52.500SCREEN; ) .1 ItkI.:. .. ..... ..) .../... kr.eInvn acv .htiwo t.. .. Patdtr. ,
ltlerA D Sftaldrng immediately Naval Air Station Key West. Organizations have been sending !I| for James M. Mason in Avenue --- --- I ...... Io.N MM. ..... attl.'t' ..r1r, was .... -' y o.... t. .. /..
....... the w.k dune An explanatory lecture on in checks for the purchase of E at a cost of $3.000. ,. HI h .t eae11 ." ...... aalhd. Ni tIta f......... ...ta..s. 1a. -. = -
In all. the tity has spent about ground controlled.. approach j groceries. The deadline for the I For construction: of a beach It a then dri.Jdrol 'U ....._ -..-. Mfc** .k. ....141.x. Ml% t. IRAUL'S 1ala' I
I.*._ IIM taw rrpa\inc work (GCA), was given by Lieutenant seniing of checks will be Tuesday I house on South Beach to be of WIRESTRl1K "tar If. \o hC'-.i. loan' 11wdla'hw. ad ........> "1"d. ... ..
..* ?-, tadudrd in the pro- (junior grade) Dale White to the night I II I concrete block at a cost of $:T 000 n I I : '. l I., j.h \.1 ituM.... .* Maa' "
Lions on Thursday. December 9. For of fiami I n ., .1 .' ._ ..'. .. III1.
0.aKt ...< te .iiiat were Duval. ;I It was announced today at the I construction a I.I-M lnEnUn! { \ j rt .. -. -
susu ia.iS '''''t.-hNd. Heming Veterans of Foreign Wars and ,I residence for Charles Dowski in .t. IN Ile
...... C.,u4uo*. Southard and its Auxiliary have been cooperating Roberts lane at a cost ot $4.500 TELEPHONE 816THE T.'u.\ ." at. ... un.. tie ..
taw-a. .u earls.L FOR SALEI FOR SALEI : in the Christmas celebration I _.For: remodling a home tot l .n,. I. .,,1 tin 1'..,. t. ..t CLUB'

Good Used Cars :j Glenwood Sweeting is
', chairman of the committee while. .
There was an oW gal ..... S.MhBunches : S H ... 't I r,1i.
r the colored people most interested -
are M. C. Cogdell. principal of lt\:> : t'l .
} toe mi
Who had th moat
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Your Studebaker Deal.r and Arthur
Friendly i Douglass School
TELEPHONE 169 Sands. president. of the RegularFellows. (Member of the FDIC) t She'd rustU b.r hllole E Saturday v...'...q Fleet SA ") AI :

i +- !I '"TI.M.IIfor \'our Pleaxrarr'.I t Then quickly: ,,_tie : 11..M P M ... I iM A M :

Where the bur.*.. IIW4e w..o. : MFM.Olf (wlllrlt ..... I, .._
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TICKET OFFICE Key irViV/! School Glee/ .lnl: /> J : tw
BARGE LINE Inc. : .. "
C1,Y MALLORY DOCKS ALL AIRLINES in a I'rttpram of .hrintmas: Miitir; : MYeic .... D.b A.t .

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4 ? I ELIMINATING TERRORIt ............ .::
( ; mst r -.' Radie 1.I 1.-
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h1M/t;4 DUr l Exee't Sonday. by TODAY'S :
aq 1"..e.U a.AKTtaA'... AMTMA. Owner. Bnslnes aa4 Pnkllsaer* Maaaxe' I has not been so long ago in Key T.a Ads.lia uI >Aa. .t.I

l..e.t/row T... lltlien and Ann BuildingUrvrae Streets West when many residents wondered how BIRTIIDAYBy
t...* pelt. .. 2'1' : Key West and some residents eked out an existence. H WetC ,.It. "' 111
(C-T Newsfeatures f --
t..i.a. it ken ....... F...... a. second claaa matt.r Here were So-and-So and So-and-So ., rr........ ; 1 1I .I .. 'L-
*m..a.:M ttf .?.II: OCIITED' PRESS men and women who had no visible means ADM. WILLIAM : -. ... e..e
... frvM Is exclusively entitled to
> '"
r... ........ntM of s>l 11 news dispatches credited of support yet they managed to get STANDLEY. born ; : W7r
e os* iarwlM tredited In this paper and I ,
.. '. .a>l awa p.l..ltsbed her. enough to eat and have a roof over their on a ranch at ': J
-- .I N.e'NII'TIOti .' heads. of a sheriff. He is 1 F M illlWilf
.af .. ... ... r 1MMa
-- Mention of such cases to an old- .
:: any I
.-- : lis ; i j
u.:. .:... .15 timer and he would be able to point out a s I 2 .1 ?
.. how this or that resident managed to get : I
M >.. M_WB ea Application. what may be called a living. The oldtimer ]j ;' .,
: | t
t.a.... -artC'la*<.... cards"OTICt uf tha: k.. resolutions would say: ; i j I J I ... I
__, antleee. poems, etc. will lie "Let's !see. He's a member of such-and- 1
.. W lie rate uf I* cents a 1'n' *. the i I
*> entertainment l>y churches from such family. Members of that family I .
.... I
iine.dla in ;
e1a .1 a n" 'si l>i derived nre 6 cent. a
b. II..*.* i" an i ieai ffvrutn and invites take turns in giving him something to eat ... .r -"--
-' .....'i .... mw ... subjects or local oral 1 di I :': :: =-4'
E....>.mt..-t. .....< tat 4i will not publish anonymous and he has a place provided by a member. evt: II I I Mer..rIr. .... ....
of the family, where to sleep. Adm. Ston!dl.y/! .l : I e.'",IN as-_
But times have changed in the last retired an admiral in : IJ 1r .-
back ;:
in 1939 he caw j
dozen years. We do not wonder how So- war and when it ti.....IM lrrwrbMat
MEMBER @ 194 and-So gets enough to eat or a place to made Ambassador ..d
.... -a4Ir "1I
sleep. Instead weconclude that he is on Youngsters ---. ; =. -
the state's pension roll or is helped by peanut butter enjoy I "" _

Social Security payments or receives a they are cut in fancy I M .......
pension from the federal garnished with '
OIPR8nMDITS: FOR rrr WEST What is true of Key West is true of roasted peanuts. Y -c:Ifa...e,..leas.. =

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZENI. all other places in Florida. The State I LEGALS ............ .... a ww,
d..I1.II.Uf'"i. ) .
fare Board announced yesterdayhat vel-I I I disass.m.... ... .... _.--.....
Mere Hotel and Apartments.A now paying pensions to 102,782 residents MITICR Notice in OP hereby( .%l.I..,. | I Ce11 ="':.. -? --

$. Airport Beach tad-Land Bathing and Pavilion.Sea. of Florida, and that the amount paid out ef It may ecember. concern, A that. It un l, ) : I I 1 :; I "E-T .I". .'.....my7teasn. ......
the last fiscal A.'I. In the Monroe -
totaled :t
year $35,873,798.50
C Conaolidation of County M House' Kev Went. i j I
Government. of which $20,000,000 was contributed Hoard of County m : : |I I ,- '' .-
City by Monroe County. Florl .:::; ....-.. ...
.. Community Auditorium. the federal government.The Healed right and I"t:; I I| I ; .--" ... .._.
terror of dependence in old the : t. i krI r w....
age I each,.IO''I:1: contract :r : : I{j I ... 1-- ,. ."'..... ...gnap. t
in Florida has been eliminated to a great the exclusive, right to |i I I &:;:, -
.drink and furnish j i, I .-:..: r. : _. :. .... j
MONOGRAPHa extent by the State Welfare Board. Naturally son service obl.lnlng on said...beach...I ." i I .... --' .' ,. .......rsii
,1 some of the pensioners are hard-pres- the right: lo operate i
.... Ml.Nit14w4iet1eom: sed to make both ends meet but as one of jvct pavilion to the totaled negotiation at ,j i :I I scR}$ Jo 1WII

to what will happen them in Key West told The Citizen "The County.fart ory Florida contract. 7.t .n. ::; i I! I -

lit ttt4| arHHiUl roan be on the news- $45 a month I get is not much in these bidder/Bids are to he .. i i : :
ttlantla. TWy will be just as accurate as tines of high prices, but it is a blessing stipulate tear I wo i a". and each |; t i Too t3ooer 1MHSTAR tltr8

__ M farmer year because I can get along without being in a learn i s willing. nd! :an:pat lloU. j!' I.. I K

THE ORACLE poorhouse depending on my family. or, last sum three which fears he 1..I for ril_: ;: i!: 1 AMMCANCOMI rtzad
worse still begging." rit'Iteges.Additional. j / /

It may be said that a man or woman terms of the required i I I I I -Trr AMotor tsswd tMrpaaA
other hid InformalI i
DOESNT INSURE PEACE who has led a normal life should have been tained from Paul K.. Sa. ( -......
attorney. COZ \' ... I .:
careful to save as a protection against old \\et, Florida.
I ,
(.to* *>f the result of the Marshall .ill bids must be in
age. Some were careless in that regard, but the Count Clerk b : Ii"di.I..,y ...,..,.,
..... .ta i it* operation in Europe according on )I<,nda)'. the rich
not all. The man who spoke to The Citizen, her. A. It l!>If! Urn tM>J (i. Huffman. Economic Coopera- The Commission re.... ; 1f.1IHIIN
ttM Attlinbtrator. would be to increase because of illness of himself, and membersof to pursuant accept to or this reject any t : I !j I. i I I ....V 9 ..... lot X...
.. ....H per capita income of Western family and unfortunate investments after the acceptance of :
from to around found himself when he was no longer ableto the Hoard bid reserves i if the suri the...... : )14"ft'ttn" ill HMM.
.!1NNn. $320 $500 a work without ruses to enter into a I \1............ .......
take of -I
,... money care ablc to ..aid Hoard of .
Mr. Hoffman thinks that if this goal himself. Others! had intended to save but miHKioners.Key West. "Florida ,, I Keys SupyC.

II ..........I, "we will have built a stronger kept on putting it off till old age had crept Un. ffuss c s.\ .
on them. Time Clerk Hoard t.f Af rNK ti11LAl1f.
up never stops even while
ttwi tir tivW'jal freedom and mi!
lasting I we dawdle or are kept in suspension Monroe Count j ; j[I j lat w L hh...''a'M' I.Mtljnj.etyOilC2IlME .
ife try-
...... .J.otoe not believe that the aver- ,
: ing to make a decision.
t' rfrcome of they European peas I
... .. Mifficient to arouse any en- However all of that may be old age

Ntaliam I "'.r individual freedom and the no longer has the terror of dependencethat

4IIMy wf the induidual.WM4 it use to have in Florida.

.. we are quite sure that ,the in- I
we.J1.1, p..r capita income in Western Insurance is often carried when not '

Mtr.p.1 would. be accompanied by many needed and needed when not carried. the Super

Iwr4L riavl. roMdltii: we doubt if the process
ww 4a HMteh to enhance the dignity of the PESSIMISTIC VIEW OF BUSINESS

ImK. II II wr anything to prevent World
War PH. There are signs that business! is at the

.........,. (.;..*... not record that the per critical stage declares Dr. Leo Wolman, !.

.......... Itf nations has had much to director of the National Bureau of Economic TOOK) this eye-filling smoothie over-and There are doors that swing wider and with
........ jq tlt'HK ml*.. I
.. *.tlil tfcr m atterlttitiw of belligerency. Cer- Research who warns people not to L make note of the happy news: less effort-there are fine fabrics, rich fitting,
Isle per capita income of the Ger- be misled by the "outward appearance ofthings" interiors that sparkle ith thoughtful touches ttmm mil |It.... frm ......

.........f. when they supinely surren- during periods of intense business: It's the Buick SUPER for 1949-and you can fcfc.iaeoO OTMAH W titnMm
have i it in of four with i that
body And
any types,
activity. there's soft sure-footednets of
Mai. firsts. freedoms to the Nazi regime the fUU-V W VWGN .... .+snpad tri. e.ts
This is somewhat pessimistic in view sensational engineering triumph, D>'naflowDme.f Ion-pressure tires. The extra safety and com*
tltrf. than the average in Western7W SlrWO-4.&U iOit1 ... .... _
......-. of the record-breaking declaration of divi- fort of extra-wide rims. The fluent stride of "uvirto' S/ACI twee tsar ......4t1/9esielss sNow

l ioin an of arousing enthusiasm dends and the high level of employment this sprightly stepper too, has the all-coil springing-silky engine smoothnct Iwywarq ow.u.....,. gM w-a---1111
t1. MII. kWwll I freedom and the dignity of in the country. Just what the "weak spots"might drive in which oil does it all-as the climax from Buick's exclusive Ili-1'oiscd engine iltpAU 8fta+QeN tt.a.rf _

fM i9li" drkial' ..a.. a plow process that will be be, we have no idea but they probably of a long list of fresh features that make this mountings. N-OISI IIfGH wK...s...J.. t

/9wlgrrd f 1 ....1..Uy through decades. It explain the Pollyanna statements that thesmashin buy of the season. A smoothie; ? This SlPrR: certainly i is. Un b1NWOtf141i. tir.r...... w

(iI. ttaii !. .Is* najsurrd. to any generation b emanated from the President's heady every score from its boldly fashioned grille .. JAlllr,t61 tw1 A/Ii./

.inwafitt tire -fM'iuIable money that the quarters in Florida several weeks ago. Ihere's room, for Instance-from gracious to smoothly streamlined taillights and grace ... .-4 ----. ..

iltMtfur.1. I a* the era possesses.! Assuming that the reelection of Presi- interiors where even the super-soft seats add ful, contoured bumpers. t""t ."i.. ... tot, .f ,

dent Truman means a continuation of the space for hats and hairdos. Even the price tags are something to get a

.HIDING OEIfINO IRON CURTAIN present policies including the liberal ex- There's a view-and what a view-from! excited about. Just! look them o\' what;

penditure of money for foreign assistance big, broad, full-curved windshields narrower they co\er-match them against the field-
rW a Mio; lime the United States ha one would naturally! expect the next few corner posts one-piece rear windows and >ou'll head straight for the nearest' Buivk
Ihoow *#tojrt'h.e Hr to make the Marshall Plan years to be what are called "good years." -22% more glass area in4door Sedans. dealer to get lour order in!
WttM. TW -c-ht Municipal election No should overlook '
in U. one the inevitable tSlondard' on ffOADMASTCR. opttonot at ulro cost, an SUPER/ models.,
*.... .i/tr of litrliu killed any claim necessity of reduced spending which will

fits "ttiiM iiimi he for control of the GerMM have a deflationary effect upon prices and When better automobile* tire built

I'etaMial.. Nearly 85 per cent of the business. Whether: the time for retrenchment ill'ICK trill build thvm ''
!.....-*. ......,le to vote in the Western will arrive next year, or some year r111 ,

.st. .f beleaguered city went to thjjttttlr e thereafter, is the uncertainty but, sooner r ,r f

i old.! vttt.d l against the Communist or later the reaction will set i ilh Our advice -
..M_. The. HuMvian ordered ry
all : supdajeal to readers of The'Citizen is that they

I in the Russian: zone to work on get their financial houses in order for thee 's
-.a.. MI. I He labor unions pulled th stormy period that approaches. The havoc ;, el4

V trtt* *t the year and refused to obey will be most severe in industrial and financial -

1..Ibsaei.... .Practically all the labor waters, but agricultural communities 1 1i

tlltltst tll.n4irr. took time off and went to cannot entirely escape the consequencesof
... ... W ttuttr.Asst. the present unbalanced economy. ,

'is a cantankerous Nation-and Farmers of the country may recall
....?.,..>ni4y .to the United States seems to that they did not as a rule, enjoy boom I e'a

k .filet tht'. what I Is the trouble with during the "Coolidge prosperity" that culminated

tgi181 elltl. Iw.r, Maybe( patience is a virtue in the "Hoover depression." The

..AaN.. ia+.nwch as Russia is being reverse of the situation may come true -
.....d ......... the Iron Curtain-which it later especially if price supports continue -- -

Iratstlilit. w-k! mirround non-Communists to give solid footing to agriculture. :May-

Mitwlitwf) J Bwr* pe. be agriculture will miss the full force of MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPAN

the next depression just! as it missed; theifull
k .kM iieelAi
tttttit IN f.PtffHl. .In pumpkins. state I ity.".force of much of our earlier! "prosper- 419-121 Caroline Street, Corner of Telegraph Lane '

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1 -D Y; D,ci "tx_)fJ191'5, 'THE '2SY WESTJ.CITIZEN rAGB THB2B

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f filulli u9tmluglni nla HmnraiinniinHiwiiHniiiHiinHHWBHiiuHiinuwninnmimiiiiimiiinm> iiwHmiuwwHaiiij FOR SALE REAL .ESTATE .'
amount I borrowed under tiM Gjlj
i = THE LOW DOWMHICKORY I Bill is my loan guaranty prm*, ,.
CLASSIFIED ADS Stock Island over 400 ft. oceanfront lege restored to iU original
Bargain. Must be sold --=rorn \ amount?

at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen A No. You may uc tote full
I decl-tf GROVE amount of your loan right oily

Information': for the Advertisers QVESTIONS AND ANSWERSON once.
Dining room, seating 77 persons.I LOAN GUARANTY | Q: Oo the guaranty or ln.uf.

RATES' t is 3c a:word and the minimum DEADLINE I 2 and 4 bedroom furnished Many questions loan ance provisions of the G.I D* 1

Regular T.rp: *, :charge for the first 15 words To insure publication copy g j I' homes. Immediate dcJi\'ery.1 guaranty privileges regarding are asked by limit the total amount that I can.
'tiAdrertisements ;under this or less is 45c. must be in the office before;j I i 8, 12 and' 22 unit Veterans. Replies to these I
boubc4. Apartment and hotel questions I A: No. The (lil.w: the leandeprn
head will be inserted ih The I PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day of publica- 5 I" are obtained from the Veterans
Citizen at the rate 6T2c d'word'fur 'for classified advertisements tion. Sites.: Paul Bovyen. 626 Flemj Administration ani pub- 'Is on what:' th> Untfec h I
ing St. Box 303. decl5-61x' willing to lent The IrartuMi
each insertion but the.minimum is' invariably in OFFICE i j V shed; in this.column by :rIM: ,Citizen is on the amount of the VA
charge for the finiU advance but regular advertis- Business office in The Citi- ; ds "a'service to our veterans. guaranty
and not the .r tin
words or less is OOc era with ledger accounts may zen Building, corner Greene E j T". ((;Jots tm .FUfiler jAvenue and Q: After I have repaid the loan. on woe
:Black Face Type lave their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the E one on Johnson. Call -443-jJ | .
; I
Q: was refused an apf4a
The rate for blackftct typ* charged. right on entering building.manuaa0anlulmaal8naaallaUamUaummlNahml. q 16-4tx REPAIRS-RADIOS I tion for a loan by one lender and

ffltnwHiiHiiraiinHiiiuiiimiiiiiinininiiiinraiuiimtim''lirniHiiiunuimiumnnmiuiiiniuiiniinimmiinroi c now would like to knew wfc..t I .
Two-room cottage at the Mastic t Radio repairs. while-U-wat. Low should do to get a gviaranUtJ
ALL ADVERTISING IS'ACCEPTED under tht following conditions: In the event of error in advertising Trailer Park. Apply 1211 Pack standard priMOS'by cata"J:. II loan on a buMneM venture

I transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED er Street E. Martmer. I V years radio experience-in iivjn- A: The VA regional oftee in

1 ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by I decl63tx'jDeluxe ; uradu fig plants. 1116 Whitehead your area might be We to put
the part of the advertisement where the 'error occurs. I Street nov30-23tx you in touch with a lender who
makes G-I loans.
50x200 waterfront ABi!
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f FOR ,RENT-STORES I .FOR SALE-HOTELS FOR SALEHOUSESAND ''I residential with riparian rights.)i REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate Q: May a veteran obtain a
1ti LOTS $2500 cash or terms. You can't I J guaranteed loan to bur.or _t V-

Large store. 218 Simonton.-35x60. i Small hotel in downtown Key I I beat this. Call Walter Becho. 'I"C. domestic or lish a business if be M rniti4..yedT ...
I Associate Fred Dion. Phone I commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration A: Yes: if he plans to enKtthe
Reasonable. Phone 682 ask for West Fla. contains 8 large'I Two furnished houses desirable
Hy. dec2-tf I rooms with 5 baths and two I I location. Write owner, Box 166 or 432-W. dec7-3tj! Service Phone 724W.decI4Gtx. new business hnn.eM. cither
on a full-time or part-tune traiim..
apartments. All in perfect XY c/o Citizen. declO-lOtx

FOR RENT-APARTMENTS condition. Large lot and good I i!I I 4 lots 200' front 120' deep. High I I MOVING AND HAULING I .
I I money maker. Must dispose Best buy in town. Waterfront land and good soil. On Avenue j i j (Veterans wwhing fortfccr* in

Furnished 2'-room apartment. on account of health. Box 532 home with dock. Furnished. D, between 17th and 18th Sts. formation about vrteram bene iv
Utilitice'furnished. $25.00 week- f Key West, Florida. I Two bedrooms. Two baths. Price $3.200. Apply to owner, Furniture General Moving > fits may have their <*weMwn* an,
I decl-tf $8 00. $2500 cash balance like 1509 South Street. Hauling swered by writing the nearest
ly. Sea Isle Apartments 815 dc-c17-ltxj Every Load Fully Injured 'r VA office.)
f rent. 1328 White Street.
Windsor Lane decl-tf I
I FOR SALE-USED CARS"Fivepassenger dccl5-tf FOR SALE-STORE Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman I Hypochondria was a..pI .
Modern furnished efficiency and I EQUIPMENTOne i
FOR SALE-MERCHANDISE dec 15-41. used originally by the anrtrnt
bedroom apartments. Yearly or I ; Crosley car. 1948
to derangements of the abdominal
; : -
casoii rentaL Pine Plaza. model, low mileage new con- I 3-hole Frigidaire ice cream I STORAGE regionWANTED
1301 Truman Ave. -tfApartments :" dition. Forty miles to gallon. CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS cabinet $75.00.. Apply Adams I
.... Located 1005 Flag\cr Avenue. Hawaiian table mats purses and Dairy. dec 16-61 lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture
Price, 67500.[ dec1 -4t I I lunch baskets; Luxembourg or commerciaL Phone 798. I
Electric kitchen
ovenware and coffee makers; dccl-tf
Per day or season. 909 Elizabeth French
Street 1941 Ford convertible, 5 passengers I porcelain candlesticks PLACES
dec6-U table bells boxes and j I
radio heater new paint cigarette PHOTOGRAPHY AND Tiro A'arnpjwrrr
new: top. 1938 Packard 4-door ash trays; Swedish glassware; Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply SUPPLIESA
Furnished. apartment 3 rooms and California pottery; hurricane i OJ/icer seam In rent
sedan radio, heater, new paintif I 132 Simonton Phone 287.
bath. Maid and janitor services desired 1937 Chevrolet 2- lamps for garden and table; and dec6-4tx 1!: picture of your happy family i Auxiliary C"M"'H'I'
linens and utilities fur- door sedan good condition many other original and dec- I I II around the Xmas Tree. Call
nished. Coral Hotel Apartments sonable. Can be at rea- orative gift suggestions for the Miller Photo, 1023 White St.I fur 10 day to 2 itrrk
seen Tony'sAuto Island City Soda Shoppe 222 Du-i
Post Office.
dec7-21t Body Shop, 603 Greene. from $1.00 up.CAROLINE shopper.. Prices val Street. Business, stock and; Phone 1455. dec18-6tx i about middle uj Jiinnary. .

dec6-6t SHOP I fixtures. Low rent living I mil /:ill.
Photography and Supplies tag pay $
We_ have several highclil.S6'one.- On Ann Street quarters, $1500. Walter Beebe,j Film special 127 120., 620, 116
bedroom apartments for the 1948 Nash Ambassador. Radio' dccl8-5t owner. Phone 432W. j 616. 5 rolls $1.00. Developing.I Please *,.,."/ all ,/,..

season from $750. Beautifully air-conditioner, foam seats I dec7-3t I printing and enlarging. 4-I tails to .
overdrive 4th air cushI
located. No children. Will accommodate ; Men If you want your Christmas hour service. Miller Photo.t
4. Walter Beebe, ion white sidewall tires ma, BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES !
shopping for the opposite sex 1023 White Street decl8-6tx
associate, Fred Dion' Phone I roon color, completely made painless, easy and successful ItoxSP, were of
166 or 432-W. dec7-3t dcxed low mileage. Fen-j do it at CAROLINE Books Books Books !, Photography and Supplies tag
like $2200. I Art Supplies Art Supplies The Citizen
garage new.
SHOP 223 Ann St Franklin Editor Viever and Splicer. I
Evans. 1101 South. Bookshop Cor. Simonton & Eaton
FOB RENT: -HOTEL ROOMS dec18-5t complete. $35.00. Miller
I 322-W. dec7-3tx f dee2tuesthurssat1mox'MISCELLANEOUS j i Photo. 1023 White Street I
Overseas Hotel low Coffee I FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS dec8-6tx _
shop, bar'decl1mo- 1937 Ford Sedan 85. very good I | __ __

f condition. $350. 1101 Angela I' White enamel. 275. Outside ,
Picture framing, pictures framed'
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I Street dccl8-ltx white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per
AND ROOMS gallon up. 50-ft }i" garden and matted. DiNegro's For QUALITY FLOORS Ite
Phone 1197-M.
i 1936 Pontiac, fordor sedan $75. hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co, 846 ,
The Stutz Hotels 410 Fleming I 1221 Simonton Street Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf dec4-23tx
Street, has an efficiency apt. dec8-3tx Inlaid Linoleum
and several sleeping rooms vac Bundles of old newspapers at 1sent -

,nt Low weekly or' monthly i FOR.SALE-BOATS AND l each bundle. Inquire at Lowe's Boat Rental Service.New Kenfile
rates. dcc7-tf The Citizen Office. nov20-tf
I MARINE MOTORS I II' I, Mercury outboard motorsand

FOR RENT-ROOMS 'I Gray marine engines and service.C. .I I Christmas lite special Noma rowboats.Ramsey Visit plywood Stock boats Island and Asphalt Tile
I' bubble liter $3.00; General '
It. Smith opposite Firestone
and fish
I today worn
Rooms and light housekeeping Electric series lites $1.19; independent -
Station Marathon. decl-lmo New Color and Patterns for Every Room
; away. dloc18-6tx.
rooms. $5 to $15 per week. 411 ... jit" -_ burning indoors
j- ;
William Street nov27-26tx I $2.39; outdors.. $2.79. Poor Old in the House
Marine IilyvFllod' boat, 1 9 ft; axcondition GARDEN AND LAWN
1 1! Craig, 1019 White. dec13-6tx
'Late, tvell ventilated slCCPin:1 ceU t' $5$.09. 46ItestBeach SUPPLIES : SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY:
roomsat weekly White rubber! wringer rolls foi }" gjf FREE ESTIMATES -.Q
Two Persian kittens. Pedigree
service. Young's Tourist Rest
all washers. Phone 1164-M.
17:1 Ave. 1172-J. 12' V-bbttbm boat 1217 Petronia papers may be had. One:
Flagler dec3-6t
West Floor Co.
\ Key
; decl5tfftFOR Street dec8-4tx I IISfoot orange and one black. Key'
West Garden & Lawn Supply.
r i Equity in 1942 Pontiac Torpedo 8
RENT HOUSES cabin boat $350. Good 914 Fleming, Phone 1019. 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stub PHONE InC
sedanette. Body and mechan-
motor. %-1 Poinciana I dec4-tf
Apply ical condition perfect Apply, ____ __ __u_ _. __.__ _
For Rent-Season, two-bedroom 1 after 430. 525 Eaton, between 3 and 6

f house, furnished. Excellent P.M. dcc6-4tx
cation. Call 667-J. FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD I
'. Designs for letterheads menu
FOR RENT-COTTAGES. i cards personal stationery distinctive -I a 0 e
I General Electric washing ma- signs for homes and

Near beach all conveniences,i chine. $40.00. Phone 1164-M.decll-7t i businesses. Marshall Studio in

everything furnished. $35.00 1 Telegraph Lane. I
per week. 1214 Duval, Phone i dec4-16-18-3t
Household effects. Living room
1040-M. dcc17tfFOR : 1 I I
I dining room and bedroom Will sell my 22 rifle with complete -
Six months old. Ex-I
RENT-BUSINESS suites. cleaning kit and 'several
condition. Phone 382-W. toUR HOME STONE
PLACES hundred shells for $15.00. Perfect -
dec3-6tx I condition. 416 Margaret

Large store, corner Truman Street. dec8-3tx -WITH
Maple twin beds box springs innerspring -
Avenue and White Street PERMASTONEiifr'Veiie
B3-J. dec4-5tx' Brand new 34x84 jalousie door. _
Brand new gas range for apart-

WANTED TO RENT ment or trailer. Cot and mat- Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Art- irf tkaf :cac

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XMAS PR.OGRAMS'TO' !I[ News Notes .. I THREE'ATTE3IPTS- 1' The population of Jerusalem I

: Gelatin of which more than 18 (Continued From Page One) ,I' today' about 150.000 was only 15.-
million pounds are used annually lover the icecap, ready to rescue I 000 a hundred rears ago

I' as desserts, is also used iq the jnen but it was said the ,
: BE OFFERED SUNDAY photography and in medicineto rescue parties are working'
make capsules and to .bind against time. A storm was ree.'
First Church
pills. ported to be moving toward the Congregational
point where the men' are ma-' 517-527 WILLIAM STREET
'! About 85 cent of the I rooned. I I
AT LOCAL CHURCHES.. per na Between Southard FUmlag
tion's corn crop is fed to livestock 1 ,
; most of the remainder is Subscribe to The Citizen I I I

Cantatas, Cliiisllllns.l1Illsic. To Be Seen i iI I used as human foods. VTVTTYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYYTY John K. Peyton.. Pastor .

giving shelter to Josep hand Mary i Sailing vessels are classed according -I Grace LutheranChurch Sunday School ':U AJ4.

And Heard At Nearly All i and the Christ child. to the particular com- J. Archer, Supt. Clashes for AU

Ii The cast of characters in the''i i bination of spars, sail end cordage 5. 1I:00'A.M,
-- West Churches play is as follows: ', and the words "cutter,"
: Ethan, the "other shepherd"- j "brig," or "ship," are really aba : 1215 PETRONIA STREET MORNING WORSHIP
Archie Roberts. breviations 'for 'cutter-rigged"
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES WILL BE HELD BY, Rachel, his mother-Gladys J"brig-rigged" and "ship-rigged.. 6:00 P.M. Christian Endeavor
j.I Sunday School. 9:30 A.M.
FIRST BAPTIST, FIRST CONGREGATIONAL i Jared-Thomas Curry. I I The almost e x tin c t right Divine Service 7:30 P.M.
!1 Jared, Abel and Zeri, shepherdsof whale, also called the'Greenland I EVENING WORSHIPWed.
Bethlehem-Thomas Curry, | whale is the largest of the I 10:30 A.M.REV. .. 7:30 p.m.. Prayer.PrsUe
CHURCHES; OFFERINGS TO HELP POOR \ Eugene Roberts, Jr., and Eugene I whalebone whales, sometimes
Roberts, Sr., respectively. furnishing 3,500 pounds of M. K. C.VETTER. Pastor. Fri, 7:30.Young People's Night
Among Key West churches which will present Christmas'I Rebecca and Deborah womenof whalebone. .--,- .. : : : W
Bethlehem-Elsie ThomosonI
programs tomorrow will be the First Baptist the First Congregational and Sylvia Gates, respectively. .Subscribe To The Citizen. -,
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the First Methodist and the Ley Memorial Methodist.The i Amrah sister of Ethan-Beat-

Rev. John M. Peyton pastor of First Congregational j rice Demeritt Ley Memorial Methodist Church"The :
Church announced the I Reuel, her 12-year-old son- GLAD TIDINGS
today following program with the state- j i Kermit Roberts. ii' Church with a Welcome" I

ment that Christmas offerings for the poor of the city may be Joseph-Thomas Curry. TABERNACLE Corner of DIVISION and GEORGIA STREETS I

placed on tables at each door of the church vestibule: I i Mary-Dorothy Curry.
Congregational Church ;"" i! Other Church News "ASSEMBLY OF COD"Cor. i

Prelude-Ave Maria. :, > The Rev. J. B. Reid, pastor ofI Georgia and Petronia Sts. I
Processional Hymn 98-"Silent with Earl Dillon as leader and I Fleming Street Methodist Church CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A-M
Nigftt" Mrs. P. B. Roberts as organist. I will occupy the pulpit at both Sunday Service Miss Miriam Carey, Supt ;
;.The Call The Rev. G. Leon Wells, pastor, services tomorrow, at 10:50 a.m.,
to Worship (the min Sunday SchooL 10:00 A.M. I
10:50 AM
ister). today announced the following and at 7:30 p. m. Special Christmas Morning WorshipSermon ;
The Reading of the program will be presented: singing emphasizing the: Morning Worship, I
t :
(Isaiah 53).. .j Organ and Piano Duet "Gesu spirit of Yuletide will be presented 11:00 o'Clook j
Pastoral Prayer (The Lord's! Bambino" (P. A. Yon)-Mrs.' P. at both services. There will be Young People. 630 PM. I 6:30 P.J/, Methodist Youth //oir/i//
j a Youth Fellowship at 6:30 p. m. '
B. Roberts and Miss Virginia If Evening Worship, I
Prayer, Congregation)
I I 7:30 P.M.
| Rand RusselL and a song service at 7:10 p. m.I I I Evening WorshipCHRISTMAS ,
The Nativity (by Candlelight) I The morning service will be a 7:30 o'ClockMIDWEEK I
in Song and the Scripture ReadIng -I Harp and Organ Trio ."Holy ; Christmas Message by the pastor SERVICES PLAY Entitled: The Other Shepherd ,
by the choir and pastor: I Night" (F. Gruber-Messrs. Earl j and Christmas Music by the TUES. and FRL. 7:30 P.M.D. Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.. Mid-week Prayer Service I

Hymn 73 (Verse 1)-It CaWV J I B.and John Dillon, .Harps; Mrs. P. | choir. Miss Fay Bervaldi will sing Friday 7:30 P.M. Young Adult Hobby Night II I
Roberts, Organ.Christmas service. NEWMAN. Pastor
Upon A Midnight Clear. j I I a solo at the morning T. I Ij
Scripture Reading Luke I Cantata, "Messiah'sI j: Jimmy Sing'eton who is a All Are Welcome .
H. \ I I Bob Jones ---- - ------ -- -- -
216. | Coming, : I II I ministerial student at
Hymn 74 (Verse 1)-0 Little I Part I: College in Greenville, S. C., will
Town of Organ Prelude, "The M preach at the evening service, I.
Bethlehem. ssiah's

Scripture 2:7. Reading Luke :I Part Coming.II: 1:'I;I I and ministerial Robert student Felton who at Bob is also Jones a Poinciana Baptist I I I.I The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH j .

| College! will lead the singing. Comer of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS :
Hymn 93 (2 :
verses-Away Opening Chorus, "Hear the
Church17th .
Come and with in these
join us
in G. LEON WELLS. Pastor
a Manger. Song"-Choir.
I !
!j! services and enjoy the Christmas.
Scripture Reading Luke and
Part III: I j I Spirit. I.
Hymn 83 (Verses 1. 4, 2)- "The O. A Messiah"-Soloist: Russell. Mrs.j Thursday Christmas night tree every and one program is in- I e Sunday Services i i'I

While Shepherds Watched. Part IV: |I vited. Sunday SchooL 9:45 AJ4. I 9:45 A.M.. SUNDAY SCHOOL :
Scripture Luke
.. Reading Chorus "Christ Our Light"The -I "Is the Universe, Including 'I
2912. Choir. I Man Evolved by Atomic Forces," : 10:50 A.M Morning Worship .:
Hymn 83 Verses ? 3Ioming Worship,
( 3. 6)-While Part V: i will be the subject up for discus- With Special Christmas Music Sermom "Good TUiJap' :
Shepherd Watched. Duet "Life Without End"-The sion tomorrow at the 11 a. m. 11:00 o'CIock I. .
Scripture Reading.- Luke Messrs. E. O. Schweitzer and I services by the Christian Science ;: 6:30 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship :
2:13. 14. G. Leon Wells. I Society. 6:30 P.M. Training Union i: Leader: Miss Margaret Pindrr !
Hymn 78 (1st Verse-Joy to I The choir of First Presbyterian '.
Part VI: i I. I
the World. Women's Chorus and Choir Church will present a pageant Evening Worship, : 7:30 P.M Chruima Cantata f
Scripture Reading Luke "Prophesies Fulfilled" Contralto "The Shepherds' Story," at 8 p. 8:00 o'CIock. : ENTITLED: THE MESSIAH'S COMING" .
2:15-20. Solo m. tomorrow. There will be serv- .
Mrs. Carl Ber- .
Threefold Amen by the ices at .11 a. m. tomorrow, and
choir. I Part vajdi.VII: I 1 the Young People's will Public Cordimlli limited : =-- Special Invitation To Service MmAUHUnHHWHinnnRiiuimntiininmnuinuiuiinnniiRininninuminn -we :
Nativity-by the organ and meet at 7:30 p. m.
Duet "Saviour, Like A
violin (organist, Comdr. William Shepherd Services tomorrow at the Poin- ..... --::
1 Lead Us"-The Mesdames I., l "" "'''''''''
Neblett: violinist, Mrs. Dowski). ciana Baptist Church will be at
O. A, Russell and Paul
The Nativity-by the congre- I 11 a. m. and at 8p.m.

gation.The Offertory. ,t, Part Herrick.VIII: I I II :j of The Glad Rev.Tidings D. T. Newman Tabernacle pastor, the Christian Science i Youth for Christ Rally

I Solos and Quartet. "The Song I I
The Doxology and Dedication Assembly of God. will occupy the
of Angels" Mrs. Minnie Director. HARRY RUSSELL
of the Offering. pulpit ate 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p.
f Robinson, Mrs. N. P. Nelson,
I tomorrow.Worship .
r Processional Hymn Silentr m. TONIGHT, 7:30 O'CLOCK
E. O. Schweitzer and G. Leon of Key West
J! Night will be held at 11 a.
$; The Benediction. I Wells. |I m. and 7:45 p. m. in the Churchof 327 ELIZABETH STREET I at
Part IX Finale
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Of members of the Christ.
interest to METHODIST
Choir "God's Wonderful Gift."!i iI
First Congregational Church cong'egation I Members of Grace Lutheran Sunday School. 9:30 A.M.
and others is the fol- Benediction and Response. i I Church are asked by the pastor EATON and SIMONTON STREETS

-a i .k.wing that appears with the pro-I Ley Memorial Church j I the Rev. M. K. C. Vetter, to bring Sunday Morning ServicesAt I Speaker HARRY RUSSELL
;._2[ 'gram: : The Rev. Robert W. Weaver.] packages of food for the needy of 11 o'Clock :
"Blow, bugles of battle, the: pastor of Ley Memorial Methodist Key West at tomorrow's service. Subject (STUDENT ASBURY COLLEGE)
s of Church announced at 10:50 a. m. The church will !
., marches pace: ; I today a j Is the Universe, including Man.
'fist west north and south let: Christmas play in four episodes I observe the Fourth Sunday in Evolved by Atomic Force? VOCAL SOLO Persis LorNa
the long quarrel cease; |i I entitled "The Other Shepherd. Advent tomorrow, and the sub- I VOCAL DUET Claude Sails and John Knowlcs
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I ject of the sermon wil be "Re- Wednesday Evening'sMeeting
Sing the song of great joy that I will be presented by the churchI I ACCORDION SOLO Alvania. SingletonCOME
...L. the angels began. i I I at the evening service tomorrow. joice The Lord is at Hand. at 8 Clock
God and of: Tonight at 7:30 o'clock, at the Room in the
the to Church
Sing glory Reading
Here is the
program E BRING A END
Youth for Christ Rally at the --
goodwill to Men! ed: Edifice will be open Tuesdaysand
.. -Whittier. I I FirstMethodist Church, Harty Fridays from S to 8 P.M.and fllIIlIIlIlIlIIlIlIlIlIIlIlIJlllllnllnJIIllmnnlnlUllnHIIHt! H IIII III!
Ethan, the "other shepherd; Russell, a student at Asbury College
from 2 to 4 P.M.
First Methodist ChurchAt I!II is about to leave his flock and go will oe the guest speaker. --- -

the evening service, the'!!, forth to Jerusalem to consecrate There will be solos by Persis
Christmas cantata, "Messiah's'. his life to the service of God. Fate I Larsen, Claude Salis and John : COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US i
.Coming." will be given by the I' decrees he shall not go, and to I Knowles, and by Alvanja Singleton. :. I
choir bit First. Methodist Church 1 him comes the opportunity of First Presbyterian Church

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a. .
c : Corner Flemlag ud WUllue Bt.
STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. : REV. J. B. REID. Pastor :
Men's Bible Class. 10 A.M. I:, .

. L I I'': CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.. Classes For AH ...,.. :

: Church Service I'': Merrill Felton. General SuperintefMtmtMorning :

s< ; II t 11 zOO A.M. :: Service lOlSO<< a Clang i

Special Musical Program-Solo by Feye Bet*.Mi .
;.. 7:30 P.M. :: SERMON BY REV. J. B. REID :
to Young P'oplt'Group : Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. ..

: Song Service. 7:10 PM. :.
: Evening Worship I 7l3O: ..*Co.L :

8:00 P.M.: :: Sermon by Jimmy Singleton-Muuc Ue4 by Ketieft Feleeet :
The Church Choir :
Will Pre ot'nl A Pageant --- .

"The Shepherd's Stor ."

f I I The First Baptist Church

: Corner BAHAMA sued EATON Btee**

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Ashby and Von Phister Streets SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: AK.
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.. SUNDAY I i 10:50 A.M M ntin* Worship

.- Bible Study 10 A.M. i Morning Worship Service BroMfcwrt Over WKWr M M M tIM

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Worship A.M. !

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PRESIDENT TRUMAN INSPECTS two gift turkeys on the porch of the White House in Wash

1 ington. One spreads its wings and places a toot on the President's arm. They were presented Bible WEDNESDAY Study. 7:45 P.M. I II Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.. Preyer end Praise. B.rvk. .

tor the presidential Christmas dinner by the Poultry and Egg National Board and the National I I Friday. 7(30 P.M. Choit Prattles
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f SOCIETY NEWS At St. PauVs. Church Monday Night I : =

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Dr NU A LESLIE CUtE The second in a series of organ Hahn's lovely "Green Cathedral",

P lirniat.. The Citizen Office-51 concerts Paul's Episcopal will be Church given\ at on Saint Mon. and from the-Ethelbert appealing) Nevin's"Good'Day Night"in I : fc c Was Gift To City By IHttIMw44IW

1uLuResideuce29.Xj day evening, December 20th, at 8 Venice"' suite, concluding with ,

-_ ,'IIm.hll1lJmmutnmnmllnnnn""n""Il"m""III"Jllllllllllllnn..nn--'-------.".-.....11.I ....................,......,.............-.._ll. p. m., with Charles R. Roberts at "The Christmas Story in Tonal f..+ota* ss %%. .IMMNM. .. T _
I the organ. v Colon" arranged by the organist rL'- roM MYB& n..- *..'

Presentation Of "The Messiah" The recital program includes and featuring the traditional dty't Theme. A. I.MB H**** : Itrrmfair{ Pirnt
such well known and loved compositions favorite carols and hymns of the '
wkkh ...... S p4 ..*.**
Oratorio; lAs;: Night West as Franz Schubert's immortal Christmas season.A '
By Key "Serenade the majestic cordial invitation to attendis oac .l 90060 .. M t** .ew'MM UtmBwHliMW 1

Community "Pilgrim's Chorus" from Richard extended to the general publicby of ecarsftM, k.. ito *M sethN _<_
Singers Inspiring Event Wagner's "Tannhauser" Carl the Church. '"' w.. ......U "-
Tb. 1o&1'Uiah.II -- -- ---- t IhCl'llIa' ... pe...... --- u
ALTO: Gay Lou Barroso.. Glo- i .
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Otowtmas Oratorio i FIida I se A-- "-- --
to.t A&h'7 the Key as West presented Com- riana Bayly. Joan Bills Patricia Rtl1110S.PlIrkinsolJngllgel11ent The Weather a .:.tIe tM "V ... .. ..... t ...........

uuisjrs ty Singers at the First Meth. I I Bond Mrs. W. C. Clawson, Reola, I ., tt ""'. ....iSS... .... ...' .... .. .

his ... .... .... ... .....
Art Churrh. was a lovely and :McHugh. Frances Megg% Kay FORECASTKey I....... .. .at S
MptfAC event I I Wuebbold. kU .......,. ahesIf ....... .. .
West and Vicinity: Con- d .- ..45a. atw
death .. ---
The oraturwi was under the di- BASS D. C. Announced .. .. .. .
: Burchill Jr4 rsmhV-i. hmslb. S. s
rqi .* T tinued fair and warm through IN wiNed 1w .
un Jennings
awo sang the tenor part Moss; Leona who Challis W. C. Clawson, Dick Misses Oneida and Orquidea Sunday. Gentle to moderate ; &eeMm"I '--\.All .1 .... ....... N 5- ..:!
Hansen Hoke Holcomb
E. Z. ..meshIsr .... ,.
M..rrUnd was the Mar- southeasterly winds. WI beset .. Il-ses .. -.-- .. p.
.. soprano. Mullins. Ralph Noble. J. D. Ramos of 322 Vi Elizabeth street .. .. the nI -.. .......... .
> Cuburn. contralto and John Scott, Chas. Spooner, W. L. Stutz Florida: Generally fair and I .jJ-a. .. e -4 -
word of the
have received
B. Ilainea the bass. They all en- I thaI the .-... te r-i.t" at ... .
were Edward Patton.It continued warm thru Sunday 17 ... ...
of their sister Miss = itwese .. ....
splendid voice. I a perpetisel
Wttttam R. Neblett was the or- sentation is believed of "The that Messiah"another pre-will Martha B. Ramos to Wayne Parkinson except mostly cloudy with a few -.-. -__ &.: --MN.v.--- I During te Hrt .ew ......... --.....- ... ..

f*...... and Mayfield Sails plan- take place on December 22nd of Annapolis, Maryland.Miss showers and not quite so warm eN) W.s'phuta I from. eweef' steee Mi .. l.... ..ate ... S 5. ate at- -

$.. and both of them turned in in extreme north portion today. chairman I. Caseda, Mes ..... *5.-- ..... -p ....-.
Wednesday evening, at the REP. KARL MUNDT. of South Dakota. acting *
High Ramos Republican
Merlin1 performances. Martha has been I and. 1Mrupe........ .. ...... ... .. .. ...--.Ii'........ .
The Chorus consisting of the School in order that those una- residing in Washington, D. C. for Jacksonville through Florida of the House Un-American Activities CommiUe In Wash I EdsI ...... ...... .. -- ... -- .. ....
Wtewijuj. deserves especial men- this ble to attend last night might hear the last two years. The weddingdate Straits: Gentle variable winds to- !igton. displays one oft he documents figuring in tM spy .larettigation I grsr alt,. ... .N --. Sb .-. ....... d
most beautiful of all Christ- day becoming moderate east to
ta* lor their fine singing: mas oratorios. will be announced later. southeast which the committee released for publication Thursday.He tales f.r ... iwa.... -.... ... ... .
Sunday. Partly cloudy is discussing the material at a conference. .... ... ... ..
SOPRANO: Helen R. French. Much credit is due Mr. Moss today increasing cloudiness Sun- press seeds Md p&.... .,. m sat- .
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Vivian Cartenmeyer. Mrs. Virgil I for his direction of "The MesI Corporal Sher day with rain Sunday afternoon.East -- -- the tesml wesW w m
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HargM. Mrs. II. D. Joynton Mary siah" and indeed the entire Key Gulf: Gentle to moderate CHERRY BLOSSOMS IN DECEMBER Uhed wade .his msgat "at '
Ann Uatcttett. Thelma Porch I I I I, West Community Singers group Returns Home I variable winds today and moder- saUte Is sew ..... ., ..... I_ -at --_-_-- l'

Louise Rayzor. Patricia Rayzor,I I is to be complimented. ate southerly winds Sunday. ________ heel and. sissM. ...... ....... I-

Allen Speer. Ruth D. Stricker i I I The presentation was given entirely For HolidayTie [ Partly cloudy weather.No ., lad**. Or**. Hiiigiigi *. y.
Heeler I R. Slut Mrs. John White.'i free to the music-loving Small craft or storm warn- I. Weel iadwe, Aim w4 *.*- 4l7jTtTVW, % ] .

TENOR: ohn F. Dilon E. Joe I public of Key West through the ( t. Tie CltlM.>a) ings are being displayed. lout1andI ...... \
Hernandez. Claude E. Salis, N. B.I, efforts of this civic-minded GAINESVILLE, Ga.. December REPORTKey I I In bimes .... IS ....... $5 To lint{ ( tmIWf
John I ......
Shannahan White. I group. 18-Riverside Military Acad- ., 'miMiarelisd $5a. aof
West, Fla., Dec. 18, 1948. I ....
emy closed its fall term here I I beeUIdsI ....14 1wheci .... 5.-i.._ ..
Wednesday with its 600 Cadets (Observation taken at City Office UUlb gems. Is Wie $5.. fila '- se.,. .. '.... .. .. ..
returning by plane bus and trainto 8:30 a.m. EST) ...n... *1 meal' ..... I.. .. .. .. .
Project For Containers And their Temperatures I I ArneeJi' ...,.. ... .. .. '"
respective On Highest yesterday 84 1 ,_' giant .h.. Iat; ........ 'at .... .
Jan. 3, 1949, the corps wil reas- -4-n bloom. .HvV *.. *M. L.S-- .. .
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PltmUt For Naval semble at Riverside's Winter' Lowest last night 72 -'. tress the. West ....m ...... .... .
Hospital I Mean u ,,n_ ____ __ 'n. ._ 78 4 -- -". .. .. .. S. ....... I.I
Home at Hollywood Fla., and the eel $0 fee ee ......
Patients first formation is scheduled foT Normal __un 70 'I CalaaelMtet ai.. ....... e-d

Completed, Report Reveals 5 p. m.Among. I I 1 PrecipitationTotal to the tp tt" ,. 1 ... ...
those leaving Riversidefor last 24 hours nu .00 ins. ,', with scarlet w-. Asewus +.KIV* "A1.NLaWc

Mrs. Ralph Payne Craft, who I ular interest to those unfamiliar the Christmas vacation at Total this month __ 1.73 ins. N....... ... .. r .. ...

KM been in charge of the project with the shells from this region. home was Corooral Fred B. Sher, Excess this month m .65 ins. from Au. .tfiM -- .. .... a..... '.. ........ ...

of supplying potted plants in va- Mrs. Craft was assisted in the son of Paul J. Sher 532 Duval Total this year ____ 47.85 ins. dary of the e4... fill .Itow ... -> .....

rteus containers for patients at work of preparing these gifts for street Key. West.Hospital Excess this year. 10.29 ins. I| .who WM Mbs'm'sn.ghbor ..... ... .... ...- .ms .. .---
hospital patients by the girls of Relative Humidity. _'.., ......
th* U. S. Nava Hospital here, announced Girl Scout Intermediate Troops 8:30 ajtn. Edison's ,..-.....U ..... c.-..

the successful completion who entered into the work with Tree 79% .aMtW M ... --- ... ... .... --.b-" I
of the work. great enthusiasm ,and together BarometerSea ''maanwtw4 ... .. .
.. $ "- p- # -
Over one hundred of these 'Mrs. Craft and the girls have To Be Decorated ( Level) 8:30 ajn. I bJl4IM ... sad ....... t:,: t .. C-: :.. ..

lovely, cheerful novelties have done a splendid job. 30.04-1017.3 mbs. '!'a.! fisturi's wm. he -- .. -- .......

been prepared. They are in a These gay little containers Monday AfternoonOn Tomorrow's Almanac ("haD.AU" KMU sju_ ... ..... ......... -
Variety of containers, including with their plants will add much Sunrise _m______ 7:06 a.m. -- --w--- | Intact In 1M ..... i-s'--- ... .... es .... o. .......

conch shells and other innovations cheer to the Christmas season for Monday afternoon at 2:30: Sunset ...'......____..__..._ 5:43: p.m. War pnoto'I I rubber Ubuettaeyducted ...... .. ... ---
the shells being of partic- those receiving them. o'clock the Woman's Auxiliary of Moonrise m .__ h__ n' m 9:17: p.m. .his laM ....... .4I-' ...... -. .... ...
\ the Monroe County Hospital will Moonset h_ n_ h_ _---__--__ 10:14a.m. CHERRY BLOSSOMS ARE BLOOMING on Hams Point near in seeking, 1. prms Ie.- -- ... at .
meet at the Hospital for the the .Potomac at Washington during spring-like weather with a natural ...... fill r...... .... ... ...... ... C
Firs of decorating the Christmastree purpose TIDES prevailing in mid-December. Bette Stuart (left) of Winchester. Fred M L.q,4iqh. I.ia. ,,I .... .. ....... 1t
Baptist Saturday on the hospital (Naval Base) Va.. and Peggy O'Conner of Washington gue at the blossoms city public war-h. .....p.ms1i' ...... -. ... ... a a
grounds.The Tomorrow in wonder. .U ctastothan .4 t... ....... ...h -- .. -
Parade Held Today At ChurchThe will Auxiliary welcome the announces help of thatit (Eastern Standard Time) ---"u _, _ __ is operated )eHtttr hy u.. ..... ..... ., _
any- High Low and U.FNt Mysi's' "- .......
Saturday Junior I I'II Togs Store presented the King one interested in aiding in this .1243p.m.; ..'6U. : a.m. Chamber 01 Cesmiwu' AadmasMin ...... ..
which is held every week in I and Queen a credit slip worth"\ work and asks that they be'present 11:49 ajn. 5:07'p.m.: STAMPS IN THE NEWS fe i. s ist ws.4gors M. . tIISpuu

main auditorium of the $2.50 each. This has been a feature at that time at the-hospitalCalendar for the .....*. .. ... \ .......... ...

Baptist Church had its I of the Parade for over a ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA An*(JP) Newsfealure by SYD KRONISH moria1. In tPat ..... ... ,.... ....... .. bi.......
party today at 11:00-12:00.: Of (Reference Station: Key West) wee' ah.... ...... '" ..*.... -.Ce ....--
Santa Claus. in all his month, and has created a great Time of| Height of "nMW. .bwt. HiSs ,q., ... .,h _. h ..._4' .
and with his big bag filled deal of interest the Par- Postmaster General Donaldson has authorized
among Coming Events StationTide (high water says Uiat tie hopes Ie at& .1.sst .kesh omLdswn .
a4U for all the boys and aders. Bahia Honda the issuance of a special 3-cent commemorative stamp honoring su.... m Pest .

rame striding forth as one The Southern Cross Hotel had SATURDAY DECEMBER 18- Cbridaeoh 10m 0.0 ft. inauguration of the first elected governor of the Territory of 1U4 end ..w'd III.SS .....
main features of the hour. Ideal'I on hand several birthday cakes Children's Christmas Party, No Name Key Puerto Rico. The stamp will be issued early in 1949. his blrthdak.. Ye... II. -
Chief Kline. of the Navy with candles and all the trim- 3:30 P. M., Junior Chamberof (east end) _+2h 20m .The new governor will be Luis Munoz Marin. former president city holds its ....... ...... I G.lFJS'' I
tertained Ihe boys and girls for each and who
mings girl
boy Commerce Clubhouse Boca Chica of the Puerto Rican Senate and a dominant figure in Puerto Edison PamM i'S L at Pat
HM tricks of magic during has had a birthday since the last
broadcast. Junior Parade broadcast Flagler Avenue.. Sponsoredby (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m Rican politics for 20 years. He is the leader of the Popular Party honor

Th Christmas tree with I Each Parader was asked to Jayshees.Monte Caldes Channel and was elected to the governor's chair by a landslide vote. .. N.._ "t/f ,b
Carlo .
and ornaments galore, | bring a gift, and everyone then Night, sponsoredby (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft Prior to this time the governor of Puerto Rico was appointed ,I Experts soy that .mus
Naval Officers Wives ..
forth in cOo the President of the U. S. p Ilfltt. MaI'm ,... M... a .
splendor. The tree received a gift with none being by t I
Officers Club Ft
brrn for Junior I Taylor NOTE: chance .( Iw d iWI'. '"p I a.- TREASURE!
a gift left out. The Christmas Tree Par-
8:30: p. m. (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto stamps hononng their native tobacco MAC .if y... aN .t......& ...
from the Key West I ty was a highlight among all the MONDAY DECEMBER 20- be subtracted. A new U. S. six cent airmail industry. The I centavo Ing or connate ... a ....... pie. .
Company. other programs during the past stamp replaces the present five -1rI ).
Organ Recital St Paul's Epis- (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to green shows! a tobacco crop bring ing goU. g. watg. a ..
Daers Market and the
five its outdated
which becomes
since beginning. center
copal Church, 8:00: P.M. be added. harvested The 2 c pink depicts: a tU 1M' .IaPi114 ....'i a .,- .
Charles R. Roberts organist Jan. 1. 1949... That's. the date when I woman carrying the Cuban flag : 0 hI'esJ1NI tkistisusk' I
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22- the airmail and a box of Cuban cigar The
Officers Wives Club HeldLovely Navy Wives Club No. 88 Tur- TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES AIR MAIL f rate goc up I 5 c blue illustrates a cigar and a i4l1-fli 1
I luncheon N.C.C.S. 6* from five to Recital
key ; Noon .__ shield. Organ
six cents per
Christmas Luncheon Duval Street (Know America
Yesterday Noon )
South Beach ounce. CHARLES n. ft KOSKS()
Bingo party,
0/ 1802 Yemen has added two new
Ceorge D. Prentice ,
Res-t no- The new six
taurant 8 m., 0 .
A lovely Christmas luncheon Mobey, Margie Jones, Elizabeth Navy Wives p. Club No. ted first and longtime editor of !"'.-:' "'OS'_ center is red stamps to its United NatIOns commemorative ...... ... ... II Sre.z. I

party was held yesterday at ;he Arrowsmith Barbara Hawkins, Proceeds to Tuberculosis: f,the Louisville, Ky. Journal, begun and depicts a DC-4 plane in flight; set mentioned in this i ST. PAUl'SEPISCOPAL a. NHk e1jk ......
Officers Club at Ft. Taylor by the I Wesley McKiel. Bunny Welling. Fund. I in 1830 born in New Lon It will go on first day sale Jan. column some time ago. The :301 CHUtCHL
hostesses don, Conn. Died Jan. 22, 1870. ; ..... P'sJ4 .---
Officers Wives Club the H. E. Pace Jolly Evans 'Celia THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23rd-" I 18, 1949. at Washington D. C. 'I bogshas orange and violet i* for .
at which were the officers White Eddie Annual Community Christmas 1811-Horace B. Claflm New Collectors desiring first day ."...,..,.. 11.If'. S .
Barthes Peggy and
airmail. The 30 bogshas blue
wives of Anti-Submarine Develapinent Tree Program. 3 p. m., Bay- Yorks famous drygoods princeof I cancellations of this stamp may f HtlM I .ht.
Squadron One. Knapp, Doris Perry, Rosemary his day, whose name was send 10 self addressed grey is for regular postage Both
view Park. Program to be as many as COD4ALLYIsynEn ht..s N.....,
The decorations were in the Greenberg Tina von Schrader, announced later. Glenwood synonymous the country over envelopes to the Postm .;t<<;r ,at depict Winston Churchill and the 1. _
seasonal motif, and a luncheon i Cara Haver, Norma Walling,.Doris Sweeting, chairman committee I with integrity and personal: Washington. D. C., together with I late President Franklin D. Roosevelt .... A..... I .....I'W'

ol shrimp salad vegetables Logan Johnnie Lewis, Mayre from City Recreation honor, born Milford, Mass Died money order or postal note remittance -. in conference.. -- -
strawberry cake with whipped Crutchfield, James R. Lee, A. E. Department. Nov. 14, 1885. to cover the cost of the .
cream and coffee was served. Farrar, Harriett Busey, Tony 1819-Isaac T. Hecker, New stamps to be affixed.To | On the morning of March 29.. ..."""...................................-.-...- ----"--"--.-.------'
Th special Christmas program Schneider, Jane Crawford J. York democratic Roman Catholic ; 1 1947. the people of Iceland were
IftHudVd the singing of carols by Edwards. T. Seabrook O. W. Apply To Wed priest, founder of the Paulists, celebrate the 130th anniversary shaken out of then
the Naval! Station Gospel Singers. .ers, D. W. Gibb, Ava Hilton R. born in New York. Died Dec. 22:!, of the famous Chi-istm.i.- Hekla. a 4.T64 foot volcano near I Why

Mrs. J. R. Lee acted as special S. Johnston Hazel Nolan Catherine Applications for marriage licenses 1888. carol. 'Silent Night Au u'ala the capital. Rykjavik. had erupted .
hu tee. for the day. and lunch- .. Lillis, Dee Call. Wm. J.I were filed yesterday with 1835-Ly man Abbott, New I for' thi first CALL 9249

wn party hostesses were the Hall W. R. Laughon A. B. Banister I County Judge Raymond R. Lord York Congregational clergyman, : itJl1 'l iint, in 102 f-1. ..
MeeOames J. A. Jones. J. N. lIar- J. C. Thompson Jr., M. L.I by Delmas Bennett 23, of the U.S. prolific writer ond noted editor yeal'Stn'.uTh T. TaLe (bat i

btU. A. P Galluppe and W. J. I Miller, B. L. Hanser, Belle Hamilton Navy and Mary Katherine Boel I I lof "The Outlook," born in Bos I. >f red ho I l.ivapoui BAKED CHICKEN T'... ....,#t

HnJwinc- Maleka Brown Marge 24, of 422 Bahama street and by ton. Died Oct 22, 1922. t-d forth i t TWO Hie I PtCtC

Attending the luncheon were l Wood. D. Johnson R. F. Hogue Robert P. Olson, 22, of the U. S.I I 1861-Edward A. MacDowell from in'na- Stuffed wIth &re*.**fl a *. .. '.

..... Meedames Wanda Stover I C. Tully Stephen W. Douglass, I Navy and Lorraine Nichols, 18, famed American composer and II j ttn: (.oiumnt > Pint et Giblet Of erf I I Ps e. et (Kessea "-
hiD Woullejr. Pat Tvedt Rita and A. R Miller. of 823 White street pianist born in New York. Died ..
I I II ... > firiiu.itoward i S3.95 7c Lk
I there, Jan. 23, 1908. I the skv S2.45 -
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j' tossing into tin. a---- I ITo ilJUU I _-
Girl; Scouts In Key West Have I Your Horoscope I II TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I d i i r boulders Out *.ifW. ..A. ...

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, (Know America) ,, has issued a new.60 groschen u-c which exploded I Hick ............. I I .

llnsy Pre-Christmas Season ; I 1948-Today's nature is poetic, Admiral William H. Standley,! stamp. reports Edwin Mwiit! with a noISe like a cannon I POTATO SALAD (K ... .H.... IMPlf .
,, DE'Structaono"as wide-1.
0/ sensuous, sympathetic and dex retired, born Ukiah Cal., 76 I The carol was written and st-t i fire \I. 45c1.b.Crurny I ......11.
Trie Girl Scouts of Ttoop 5 held The intermediate groups' also I terous. It is a good endowment years ago. music by two AUSlnans Fi m/ X.- spread .
i To commemorate the first anniversary Ccl. Slaw
assisted Mrs. Ralph Payne Craft The is Maj. Edwin H. Armstrong, inventor Gruber of Unterweizburg and th CA.Ke5
tfce.r Christmas party yesterday for an actor. disposition I of this disaster Iceland FRUIT
Reverend Josef Mohr of Obcrn
of the frequencymodulation (II 3OcLb. I
3:30 at Wesley II in the preparation of novelty kindly and fidelity and affection
ftfTKen at : I the issued a set of 7 new stamps:
characteristics. Some system, born in New York berg. wrote musii l I{
.H HM*. where and there the exchange was a beau-of Christmas containers and plants prominent degree of fortune will come, but 58 years ago. I. and Mohr supplied the lyrics. Th i j 12 aurar sepia 25 aurar green,| St (i.75c. > $1.20 PM M.I'I.4. .
bful tree t
the Naval Hospital. 35 rt'd..o aurar brown
for patients authors aurar
it is rather too generous for Dr. William I. Myers, noted stamp pictures the in :I i
gtfu tuok place blue. 1 kron brown and .-
60 aurar
ornamented frame.
dean of the Cornell University simple .
worldly success. I I
AH girl scouts are season having, withmany a All scouts will aid Glenwood School of Agriculture born at 10 krone deep violet-each bearI .,. 0"' fr.*We \*.ar h., 1
pre-Chrutmas chairman of the Community SUNDAY DECEMBER 19. 1948 Lowman N. Y., 57 years ago. I Cuba has issued thl'I '-'. nev.- ing an illustration of Mt IlekU.
Seniors Sweeting
activities going on. -- -- -...!- (:Ir'UHIJ; "t.trs....
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abilities of Andrews,
sail Truup 5. fur instance', have Christmas Tree committee -Today gives literary i Stanley {
fruit for distribu- the trend being to- ] dier-bipartite chief of food and CITIZEN ,vvvvvvvvvvvvVVYY'vYYvvYI .-m 1'...... '
k.m MMUnc with preparationsf in packing a high order. I SUBSCRIBE I TO THE, i ARM BRAND COFFEY \ "* CHICKEN 1HfC.' .
ttt* I Ml Christmas seal mail- tion at the program to be held ward romance or imaginative agriculture in Germany, born I Stuff e4 with OUTet-.-. De.i. Pis.-y-4 &e4at4 .SI,
tft( of the Tuberculosis Fund. next week in Bayview Park and writing; though there is some I in High Point, Mo.. 53 years ago. TRUCKING SERVICE Furni: TRIUMPH .
also busy participatingin of direction of force and I I U. S. Sen. Francis J. Myers of ,1 tII
Tt..y offered their time and ser- they were lack J ture.Moving General Haulin;; COFFEE
i4ees to this one of the most important Christmas activities in the possibly of initiative. But although Pennsylvania, born Philadelphia"I I. Every Load Fully Insurec MILLt PUFFY'STAVERN4M
community projects and school. there is plain indicationthat 47 years ago. ,
worked hours each week Every second Wednesday of success follows ths degree,I Dr. Alvin Johnson president!ISLAND CITY TRANSFER
aft"' school many and on Saturdays each month a meeting of the As- there is danger of falling under I i emeritus of the New York School(Phone 166 524 Southard St I All Grocer __ T1HfMIdt AUlS ---
piaetaf. Hats and letters in the sociation Leaders is held at 3:30: the condemnation of public I for Social research, born In I RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R : I a.LAL&AALAAA.L.S.&A44A&434 y................................
..." Iop"- at Wesley House. opinion. \j Homer, Nebr., 74 years ago.

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Wednesday's Cage I- APP LROUTHSi i

Tilts RescheduledFor 'The Stare .1 Fashion'


The W.......>.il. originally slated %

i t.! Wedm rUr December 22, .t bT GIFT SUGGESTIONS
;; C
SW pUfed Mund.,. Dercm

M was nmiunrvd todaj.flM R
....... ,ia tchedule b due .# s y !,,,. :* t ryyr i (dirt her 4

btu. .. .... tea .,.ww.wm Wed.hall'I =a.mrrs '. ..:. : Dressx'ig/"
MCM. by the 'JliMlt t KtWlnriy 1 s wk rt >' w -
_. S k D dsit' O/ !Ie*. r''fIff
tw.ketfctl team.Mui .
.r MUM the first game 3 J. Yard Cowls

arts t-. .........% Hie Sonar SthtulB .
te... and the Junior Var- h
.. y ..ja 'i't -" .M.Nlaa..

ttw ....nd Lance will bring ,to- .. o e e Inserted .wBttlf +..
....... tWWV. Jewess and the ."." :.' ;. >" Twl lire.
...... i4.4A" ..utt. .. ; < > ... .. sad

tW+e-hfumta-r Jemrlrrs and .,. ...-. ..
N1. OM wM ciiMh in the third j :: .'*. Maar Other WeM.E epa. t
fortes. *. |I tlI I II"' .. .ruda
The fr'rsW?g game. will b:gin: J DICK JFFMAN-Tekk// BOB REINHARD-Tackle/ wQ
at t I'l' ...k. the 5m.00 at s1tMotk Lot AngiIes'Rains l los Angeles Dons -
and the third at 9 o'clock t j t tiT
J -- --H_- I r So"ctbilw HftII

fiey West In I l II I s&r 1 T .:. YE ftIbi C i 'Will J'i q

Days) ) Cone By I } f': i 9r JSinyVwtMH\

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A* TAKEN FROM flLEi { srt.. \\\n': Y .FuldIastilt
or'THt: CITIZD or S
JftCCMBEB II. 1331Th I ,rt .3 iI : -' .. atllel.

...--1IIIftQIIIIIUt j! if 1I't.lC"rtt.1US' affilSLtMI'IIIIF .

Chmabrr of Commerce ,\ M1vSWEATERS| .
ps...d. resolution, directing Set
rrUry S. C Singleton to write to }
fienator. Charles O Andrews and i t
Claude Pepper and Reprc&entafive CC
rat Cannon asking them to t ,
uw their influence to have the -..-.. mma fi ,-.I 1,
J.atii.a 100 Per Cmrt WM
.. (
Naval active Station Key West put ,MAL KUTNEREndChicago GARRARD RAMSEY-Guard CLYDE TURNER-Cenf DICK BARWEGAN-Guorrf MAC SPEEDlE-End I tL Svtattra. C.rdt...a Miy

on an Cards Chicago Cards Chicago Bfart.i Baltimore, Colts Cleveland Browns Ovtr SwMtvn whit L..f
sad ftterl lWMy"
Akin R. Davis: Jr.. of Key
I Welt baa qualified as a machinist -I
for enlistment in the United 1917 All-Pro All-Pro Football

I, State Navy Washington according published to a disp.kb.rom Team 1948 A.P. ALL.PRO FOOTBALL t SQUAD Second Team !1rigblCll tip tlx Home for the

ia The Citizen today 1

I E-Mac Speedie. Cleveland E-Pele Pihos Philadelphia Holidays r,
Position Player Team Ht. WI. College
T. Luther Finder has applied Browns.T Eagles.T CC
t. the euro* of army engineers in
UU.. dbtnrt for permit to eons -Al Wistert. Philadelphia END MAL KUI'l\EU, Chicago Cardinals 6-2 197 Texas Fred Davis. Chicago WITH BATES BED SPREADS ORGANDY CURtAIHI

trurt a pier at Boca Chica and Eagles. Bears. I SHOWER CURTAINS with Matching W... t* dredge out a channel in the geles G-RUey Rams.Matheson Los An- TACKLE niCK HU..MAN. Los Angeles U.1II18 6-2 23U Telllle.ree Browns.C-Bill: Willis. Cleveland : CANNON SHEETS and CASES and MANY OTHOI .

j vkinlty of the pier. C-.Clyde Turner. Chicago GUARD GEIUtAHD RAMSEY, ,Chicago Carlillali. 6-1 210 William & :Mary C George SUohmeycr E HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. '

Attractions arc being prepared Bears. CENTER CLynE TURNER Bears 6-1 235: lIardill-Sim"ous Brooklyn Dodgers.
G-Bruno Banducci. San Chicago G-Charles Drulis. Chicago
I .t the Key West Amusement .
I rHrk .. Trumbo. which will be T-Dick Huffman. Los An- GUAUn DICK UAUWEGAN" Baltimore Colts (..0 230() Purdue. Bears.T-Lou Rymkus. Cleveland I APPELROUTH'S
opened on January 1 and .ponMfd -
by the Key West Fire Dc- geles' Rams. TACKLE: .: non IIEINIIARD, 1..0 Ang'Je&1)on; 6.3.23!! California: Browns. '
E-Bruce Alford. New York '
-Alyn Beals. San Fran
flmnttMiM Yankees. END. MAC SI'EEIE)) Clcnlmlll, Broths''"'' 6-3 212 Utah Cisco 49ers. E SII DUYAL STREET PHONE 174
B Sid Luckman. Chicago .c .
B-Tommy Thompson: Philadelphia
ItowloV* Remand. princi- Bears. BACK OTTO GHAnA\I: Clt".h..1I1. ilrowue6.1 195: l\orlh"l'tolt'rll Eagles. )
*..! .t &.ft Carlo liwtitute left
B-Otto Graham. Cleveland
Nth Murtuntf oa the Steamship Browns. BACK CIIAlti.EY TUIPPI, Chicago Cardinals W) lily Gcortia -Sammy Baugh. Washing
&*. fnr Havana to spend the ton Redskins.
I QhrfcttBM> and New Year's holiday B-Steve Van Buren. Phila- I flACK STEVE: 'VAN lUmEN{ : "laila.I'I..h 1 ; i-U7-: I.... l-1 J 207 I i.S U i B-John Strsykalski. San 'II\IIUllllllnIlIlIlIllIO..IlIUIIWIIllUlllll( ARONOVITZ i U"\1 17 ia j
delphia Eagles.
with members of her fam- Francisco 49ers. T' :
111.* B-Orban Sanders. New BACK 'MARION l\IOTLEY, (:lc\<.I.1I1< Urn"n (.-1 23H Nelada. B-Chet Mutryn. Buffalo To PLEASEHim .
York Yankees. Bills.

JV MtoM* Tom*. _n.l I Marv Mont :
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$3&* n. ibughter t>f Mr. and ------- .
J. a 6wllivan *ho are stud IA) VEIL Fool I'Rtci'.sI : a dirt; .A a
*u hi. the Jl riM State Col LEGION BOMBERS AND I I ..
arrived this Cfintmued From Pace On) i If .
t Name ,
Ict. I a
\ I were among the comnnxlitifx-s It "Exciting"is I
MarMnsj on the Steamship f i / SPORTCOAT :
1 ttN-Md the K*Ht.y. in Key that were mentioned by4 the II t .
weal.&Vittta.r. J pok'Sman He said that the de- the word that best : J

partment was not prepared to I describes our collection :
J.k.KkThtk.. whovMteng ofHoliday "
(:locus Ami Raiders It make any prediction of the percentages I
had Cara .Ms amity in of decreases in prices t ai
RtfMftmi Mel, n4. el yesterday to Tied For First Place, j I duty. The league decided last but addfd that they would be Dresses I I i All Wool Si-wt Cooto;

Two Good Games I' night that four balls be used in "substantial" in some instances.The I {Sq All Nationally Advertised I : : lor Men and toy* M :
!j each game from now on. McGee other informant was the I I. various ,....... ,
II l5dss. L. fWrt. M stuM i '
Should Result' Sunday I will umpire at the plate and National Grocer Bulletin which I ; : :, all: .iae&
rWttta Stale Collegeaertwd I
said that an era of plenty was in I Headquarters for I :
Wwswi tM mornmj: Baseball games scheduled for Clark on bases. i, store for American housewives: FLEXEES LIFE .
I :
rw $.. h.tI'! Cuba to spend I First game at 1:15: p in and the and added that priers for food WENS'and BOYS'I
tomorrow at the Stadium will I BESTFORM PERMA- I : -
'* IttTt..:..a wtth her parents i j I second rjght,after the first game I will be lower next:: year. It also 4S
Mi, Mid ..... Ue rce F. Rolierts.T find in the opener, the American. Ii said that priers for some funds I LIFT end MAIDEN a
Lesion will play the Atomic'I Duke University's baskitball already art showing blight down- FORM BRASSIERES. t- AIIWooISujtsi

.* C........ says in anetht Bombers. Manager Ignacio Val- team will play 22 contests dur- 11 ends:;. i! Children's Holiday Dresses I I ::

slI hr geptE: dez claims he will do his best to ing the 1948-49 cage season:; i II and Boys' Slacks end Shirts ', i
lt Is satin that gentlemen pre- win: this game, for it,may be win- j Eleven are home games. Mail The Citizen to Friends See this& ehowm' ol' ti.
..f. ........ ascot .ne or them nmg the last came of the year for I[ __ f <
Maws Mine with a ftottrun in' ones his club and they won the first 'i II Christmas f I: J latest a'Me m Men a w4 :
x: 1 a m the and have to close with a victory.lie i ii f : \ !Pays! lino All Wool Suite
i .
I Gift
._ will start Dubbcr Sweetingand 7 Suggestions I
- DeWitt Roberts behind the i S-
KFY: wit:: -T.IIw'ANAIt plate. Viti Vidal the player from ': Lovely Night Gowns. Slips. r For Her READYTOWEARDEPARTMENT

gie..d Feast Page One I the Georgia State League at first 1 fe I Panties and Bed Jackets. : :
.. believe Robert Santana at the middle I II i Tailored and Dressy Blouses. I Gorgeous Negligee by Sy
but i
1 Uh ftny.
I\! :
Robe ......
and We
berry Gown have
Nt ......*''ie ja.. .n H Is w4 only I bag And Jim Albury at the hot i Gotham Gold Stripe Hosiery I : lust ee nsw
i iiie hwf .robaMe that a corner and AI Acevedo in the f Handbags in all colors. I Sets in Crepe and Georgettes hipmenl for the H.tiie.y a
; ol fteJtM exchange short stop position. In the garden I, I IIr..f l I; t Imported Handkerchiefs in Gown and Bed Jacket Season Draws. fail.. :

......, ......,. between> "check the leak" Casado in left.I / j1 I pastels Catalina Sweaters. I a Sets to match "TrsyPruf" Cats Cveninf D'...... CMI
the southeastern secNMI Flash Barber in center and Jack >. Table Covers. Bridge Sets. : Slips. Lace Trimmed draws Dr"".. Teea ADreMe :
of the UnMed Stales will the Ripper Villareal in right with jlt- ,a t. : j I Pillow Cae Sets. Towel Also! Tailored Slips. .. title a.r.- AM aI
..Ve .kf. a..t only. more pleasant Mongolo Sanchez ill; reserve. C \... _. \ Sets and Many Other Items. .f I a "Seampruf". in all sues. I Wool S".... Ness WH. eM :
hi I' For the Legion Tito Anguieraas ,- 't \ i 1 1i FOR THE HOME Drapery I II Hand-made Chinese Embroidered Pants AIM ......' a..4
|Di| I n>i 11 of Commerce ofdmS& lead off playing center. Two- t. :- ._ = j II Ii f \ and Cretonne by the yard j! i I a Slips, elaborately Dress Shirts.
j Imtey were studying the Step Pazo at second, Solomon at ... Priscilla and Tailored Cur '' : trimmed Satin and Crepe
system. wrth a view to I third and Danny Lastres at f f \ tains in pastels, and Lace I Gowns in Peach. Blue and .
....... the busmeM that seems short. Fifi Henriquez behind the 'g } &&rn tI t\ Curtains. I' : Ivory Jersey Gowns by
I.ui.M M MI'rW"' the city from plate Kaki Rodriguez pitching ( ( Dn WII mw I a Luxiie from SZ.3I to SS.3S Beautiful LINENS :
the ......Hun. .. the system Ray Garcia in left and Crip Las .. I Featuring RED GOOSE j i'' each in Ice Blue. Moire and Embroidered P.*Uw CMOS ta. :
They se.. the ferry as a great tees at first and Torres in right White. Boa*.. Guest T.wats. LMaoa.
Hrorttaa for tourtots. There also with, the seals for a day. I I / a treasured GIFT for 1 tu9ft/qt'- SHOES for Children Ii a Lace.trimmed Panties by eon Cloths. Utiea TMe sohs.Madeira :
b the puMrbdHy .. several con In the second game the.Red i I ", the ENTIRE FAMILY! i' I I j4rJ I : Luxite Half Slips with Tea N.pIa..*. Pass
ae.tieissa bemg booked for Key Raiders will play the Clowns and I i !. Lace Ruffles Nylon Pan- Linen Table Napttsws. Tay. :
Wiit ... the strength. of the both clubs have won :5) games and I A* Privacy;lor Room Daughter ---. I If i Ladies' Cotton Dresses I : ties and Brassieres. Sets and Scarf Sa...
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lost three and are tied for I classic, cut to without a
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