The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 21, 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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... ? _tec,ed to tfc. tfMMfef 1 v\ gradually advancing on Nanking. as operations officer at Key West shown after the count vf 1M sad.. a .sat ....... ..-'-
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fMla IhaI .w t..w1d ad sever.a south with Nanking as the immediate :j a...........

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... i i Nationalist forces withdrew' ..... .
a s.rMli.l.d wire Mid I DAVIS KNIGHT (above). 23- without of the United States Mission t"J still working, to have the light- eel GA'ftU wait "
.... w -. a..w ..."... striae from along the Yangtze J the United Nations, arrived in house Whitehead street thrown .-.. W preea/r. .
..rtM.s... Iii. .m Mwr vwn bier year-eld navy veteran was launching a single counter at- West afternoon by Steel KeuiVMMilati\ t rapeld ftlyd d ern .ilia yi.e. .
I Key yesterday to visitors, despite word
convicted and sentenced to five tack, and that area now u> under open .
alt teas MI KM prem 18.(1806( a.i4 a llaisMtat .apat.t -
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I air ashington reaching here that the CoastGuard
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The .leerq oral. that N had reaatrielyd vill. Miss on a charge that he I jCMnmUted j i White up House at Key West Naval handle the I light."Insufficient"spare. a guard steel the net profits of the fur 11.0. A.- Qw.nslags ,

.h.. ........ illy .Iid' ..b.W. miscegenation by Station I Corporation OnlyF'itr < poration were only five perreaU4ie

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.... 11IM .. ... wbytttWNI to Pereeiit.15w I could sell steel fur lIIhmOl'e ... ..
law prohibits the mar- made available to Mr. Austin Guards decision to keep the eepraeat a rasa
: ....... a bier and wine 1 II.$ rUg el while persons to those : To Quay Wall I who is envoy extraordinary and : lighthouse long one of the city's A..wl...d r...... i than is charged IICI anxious .per.1taIa l or ...... iye....,
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who on.-eighth or more plenipotentiary major attractions, closed. :?v-
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Negro blood. The state con- I USS Howard Gilmore. big sub- by eral industrial leaders testified
au the I Dr. Ererson Schmidt statistician neesiael.
.yield deny pit of ti"to I
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tends Knight's great grandmother tender at Key West Naval today before a congressional .
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s Austin Austin for the United States Chamber program is a '
accompaniedhere Mrs.
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quiet ground "enormous the testifying
from Philadelphia where she underwent profits" country'scorporations
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.... 111 ,.... ..beew.. hkep \V.SmitIi' Heads .an extensive overhaul Ito 1 weeks spend here for the or three of,, around the been bundi.planted:gg. have with have are. earning, and against a I*further raise in taxation I,if e ......... .. MltacA \he vt
shifted from Pier Baker to the I purpose many of them expressed the view said'that the American .
.. q.,4A : ,.. i restingand relaxation,., ._ l l&pe gtes. of flowering trees and that ;' aM p..ll...a.ati..r, r
:; i'h Quay WAn this afteritoon < profitS sre not excessive. i pubUc-Mtaa now paying at A rate. inC .
e .MY.m Hthuriaa& the than hour to I] Mr. Austin"recently resigned as 1 shrubs "ag.itnsf'the coming of It was shown that last July that had reached the ee a4.l 1rr psi feAed '4.
took an "Manger
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tot I lIla Merchants
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Group I head of the United States delega- President Truman to West "
ttiii irom one berth to another. I Key and August profits of the cor- ous stage The payment average tarn.'Th.
eMr < Key W..t frutn OMHM I fI.i&w Ie In IFIund&a
tion to the United Nations. Austin .
j again.A porations in the United States 25 he added, and
.MVH.. ex- percent ex- N.e-I that .of JWRvdle .. .
| MB noprf'M'nUf\l1 i For I K.W.\' ChamberMerchants is a former senator from Ver- staff of servants was on handto ceeded more than $22 billion plained he did not know why j' -.
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OTJMMMM d iMl bu.msss in Bumed : 'I wreti a gre.q vi
month and was said to be on his> care for Mr. and Mrs. Austin after all expenses were paid including that amount had been designated I .
Temperatures I tad Yrsiide. .
Mtr eri Mi the mount i way from Paris meeting place of and for any other visitors, the taxes. 0 as the "dangerous stage" untrue. 1 hats pro .p.ol
ff6 Ht *.. .*". M.M.! wfiun by citytlIwtll.r.ers i I division of the Key i' the United Nations. President invite to which the MwiliM O m>' ,
i A.M.. EST may come A ;
: i' At 7.30 representative of United' it is because of the ever-mwmt-1 p .
sad died- fur want i West Chamber of Commerce will I The Little White House I hM CTHiUuitiyy aafiiii t.wee.
has here for
rd a ......... N. ........ saute i, i a rest. States Steel said that, despite he ing state and local taxation. !:i: rufttoMptoew err W-.... ,. .

@Ny At.....' I,s.Uus L.s. : be headed during the next year I Station- Tempi -- -- ---- I I $X......IW. of new .....tol Vu,, i .

tor bad fU.. MI ....i iMi that I by F. W. Smith manager of the j i Atlanta 32 HOFFMAN REPORTS TO :1 I equity fl.......
,... ..u.ct.... .... IU*,ftL I ILM. S II Kress Company store here 't. Augusta __ ._ 35 Bids For Work Totaling i 1 1 G. ... H to -.nt..4, WI
Billings _._ _.. 23
... NMiaUUed that' the I Edwin F. Trevor president of the .ade
... CUCtMl W., ; Birmingham __.. 41 I[I for the iai....tte. .< 44e< ,
.y WM sUy I Chamber, announced today. 1 I &.
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... that. UCMtM* WT '.11,. Bismark $65,000 PRESIDENT OPERATIONOF i' 'al in the ....... M....< eJi
Clem C. Price a director and Boston ___ ._ __ 21 Sought By Navy
w6 ........U,. by "'c.. I i 1 i i a condHton eJ .... Maritime
.. .. : former president of the Chamber I Buffalo .- ___ h 33 ..
.\... .. .. .. aril ta.ll11Yee I '-' S. S Coaunisstoa JI .., u
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rtdt a4.d are Bt uIJ dl. ; will .head the publicity committee i Charleston Six Projects Included JfI that sucii ew e.ey hiada M
i t __ ._ ___ _,._ 35 I ; MARSHALL PLAN 1
{.... KkiM ...... r...... Inr CupCo 0 as he has headed it duringthe Chicago __ i pail iaN DM tee wy e4 CAT
..... 44 iwpplf .. FWMU last year, while Gertrude I t Denver -- ,___ 27 Will Air Condition Two Send Of I CO se M .. >....... a s.i .. _ G..ry. La I'laiat.111I1rif..k L ubacher" wiU head the tourist ; Detroit .. 36i I Hody( I Hoffman .lul. Kclimird'k- __ __ ____ I el not IM thee 11........ eel
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El Paso ljnit Ordnance
lhid N_. recreation committee of the i i Depot II an avaiUM ..,kto. ...H*! .1,.1i
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.Un k i Ft. Worth 'n the I..., .... .... ..
I C.wpaii Op troup.Mis DnmnccllMan runt 15-la\) Trip Unite States intended to f at 141. tM.1 l
_. __ __ 64 And )
...t.... LaubMher has been in I Galveston I 1)ispeusaryBids I take to give further assistance to fectiveaes .. .4..a4.. ....1
ttladhx.Auth..ts.. Refund I i charge of the tourist "fun night" : Jacksonville ;_._' ____ 33 will be received shortlyby I \\ lu-rr Plan I-, III China in supplies and money ] sacs ., the. II........ oMI I is

A ......* u< MS WM granted to program for the last three years,,. Kansas City __.__ ., _________,' 37 76 o' the Key West Naval Etation To Georgia ; Hoffman declined to say anything I, tear ............ )', per (.I\)
KEY Kffrrt: Around World)
V..... tut MM ..* .ur.nt ban and will be general chairman of for the construction of six projects about the Chinese situation mortgage en MM C *tfc Owe i
I MflMT (K<< n>i l> inl Ltcene. the Chamber-sponsored entertainment Key West Airport 7S 36 entailing a total of $65,000 lll. T.. '.._i..<.. Instead he stated that southern, i.curieg ...... .... /.4o-
., |Mirl. MwtI II, Aral. Nr the year for tourist. Los Louisville Angeles ___ 4t I jit was announced today by the'i The body of Jonalhwait }o'. WASHINGTON Dt-c 21 Korea is the 'bastion of ck.- I find fadebtideess.4 O.lflnhc Ai I
.W I.M I Committee member will be 42 i 1 Key West Naval Base. Lindsey, J2J.. who died frwn mocracy" in the Far East c..
t A...... b..rds Adl.s announcer shortly by the heads Meridian 69, The six projects are: President Truman and Paul G. Citizens of that area of K.rva '"Th' t.rswiur ea.. I
A "**'".... .by th* nulitybrd vt the bodies Miami Furnishing lobor and materialto drowning Saturday morning, was; Hoffman, administrator of thee have elected their own govern,, : vadei othrti ."......M... .
: Minneapolis ____ _._ 31 i
.( th. City .1 K., WM (I f .. 41 replace approximately 575 sent yesterday afternoon by th I Marshall Plan held a conference merit officials and the govtinment coisdust uf i 18wskip.. .
..11'" that tlM "Old CM BM". Memphis I feet of S-inch concrete md has been functioning efficiently -I'' further .......*-!** o1 0!
NCAthu.k On __ 57 pipe this morning to discuss how the
New Orleans Pritchard! Funeral Home to Adel :
......... sold \ : 1 i t. .l ... ,
I""" WMM 170 feet of 12-inch concrete pipe along democratic lines. reMMMttaMpM i >nol
__ .. $5 V2 billion has teen
>...M by th* city comnus' !4ew York 30, at the Operation Development Georgia!; for funeral services and:l J : spent in As to China opinion here i. I'rtarsprd ...... f. ,
>>*. Th ......". now "'U6* Here Norfolk -_-- -- 35 32 I| Station burial. I J I of aiding Asia.western Europe and parts practically unanimously that the i were I...... a Ilaei4.. G W..
.... WM C.. i Mosquitoes Oklahoma City : United will and R U !PimMMi.. t.
States not undertake .t
Ky Omaha __. 37 I. For air conditioning; at the Na- : He survived by his parents,. Hoffman who had just reI -
"' ''1 .......L TM Trjuit val Ordnance! Unit, including I to back the Nationalist govem' ;Jaekwevdl..
.. Pensa'Ola .. __ __ __ 6JPlt5burJh Mr and Mrs J. F. Lindscy:: of I j turned\ from a 17-day trip around I
... Mu qutn>_ have' The Cwib ..
r' .I.oo".J vhf Pa4e s gain sprung compressors evaporative condensers rrent in Itfutile effuits to defeat tsars '
_, 33 I Jacksonville : the world to learn at firsthand .
up in Key West fans, mot">n>, i' the ctiminunistPlywood Ilfii"a knut twin MTTV v 1
Roanoke .. 33 I; how the Marshall; : Plan has been .
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The U S. Nat today is was 'wt.laapy. de. wd tserver.
y goingto switch gear control: wiring, --- ----- o 4'
San Antonio 485Zan IPHOM-: 'UTICKET I working was in a position to
POOR OLD CRAIG spray the Stock Island district I ducts,. and grills and concrete II 'JWewaarir .4 it"
I FranciS 41 1 /give: the President all the details .
in an effort to kill off the sting- slab and foundation. OFFICE I' bpp.d swrlr.etw i I. t
slllMI.K: : : T\"'IIONr '' 'e.. Seattle 42 31i 1 t';. For alterations to Building 902{) ; i J he When wishedJ the conference had end Wall Board w* ready lor..Iami ns 1.

...... .1 I>$...... P...... 11)4WC It u Mid the mosquitoes have a1lahassee to be U'-e'l at. a ;iir tfiunn l lit ALL AIRLINES i id asked Hoffman if I nuihn' craft w.w 1 '
HAVE A TEW 14 sad 21 IN. ti..Uhrtl 1 out letently from. larvae Tampa 55 : Naval Air Station B : I porters : had bert.drsI SI KINK'; LIMHKU \'.\UI> cn
mditions hina
|n.n.l and ..irl.. n.I.t..: ': : that was laid. during the recent Washington 3j I Field PRICE TOURS ;I (('ust>ed, and In what action. il onv- TELEPHONE 116Steaks! .\ ,jmt.ii. t t.i .u. u.r.. ; ...nI..4l ,.
IN STOCK tiravv mm >i Air (nrlitionmi; of th. riisppn I hnc a.. I" I I..

The County sprayed last night 1, (Continued On rage: Six) 411 Fl.mlIfIy .. ... lltllltltllls I (C......auo.d I Jrt t....
up I* 11 pin: -:- FRESH PIGS -:- I! --
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inn OLD.I/MI FASHIONED M'fMi; U. fur ORDER NOWII!I Ii i Kmn-k/ Yourself Dill"? Call; 9219IM David Farrar and Glynis Johns inFRIEDA" ? Tlu'"wj u I.. I silo it .. e

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1028 Truman Ave. Phone 108 I Pal if the mere mention of a ; ltlU lie I'ltlCHitt

Egg NogQt )){r1i\'cry} Christmas MorningTable STEAK start you DINNER drooling out then here you doesn't ought. 'LECHON'VICTORY

Baked CHICKENS and TURKEYS. Stuffed
Ready to see a dod!
S115 MIAMI KEY WEST with Old Fashioned Dressing and Plenty of Giblet GrnyDUFFY'S .

pushy O --Ptic Down BARGE LINE. Inc Fine Fishing Tackle I


I DAIRY i, SHOPPING DAYS Barge TELEPHONE Leaves Miami 6 TAVERN .I Thompson Enterprises. Inc. CASH MARKET j

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ktu *4 fcUy K>M' ;.f TODAY'S i I i
.. r. ARTWA OWMV :J.'i.t; Everybody in Tallahassee anJ: many I II vOTIr P* I ITO
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a".... U. AMTMAV. Karp. I WHOM IT MAT COXCERN> i I 1)g
.. T.. CUIs.* $UdtICi.i.r thousands Florida BIRTHDAYBr The undrrrlicned ha* completed j )
in outside of the state
01'_.. ..4 A.. Btraata i .rranKemrnt for acquiring. the
tftly Dally N. **...Pr 1 U Key West' u4 ) f" hUdOPO knowS a. tb. "Sun aad !
M.a'.. c..t capital are hoping, some of them praying, ( > Newfeahir. I sand Club located at the foot ofhimnntnn t
......... ..I key "'..&. Fibtids... a. s..oal cla m turMKVMKM that Inauguration Day''!.'.. January! ; 4, will be ............ .....I ida. from the Street previous Key operator-.t. nori..fthlft i I I ---.

ur THH AMOC1ATEOU rss1rnb. clear. To that hope this prediction is add- I buiilneiifli namely,, Arthur_,. as She laughed. "intend going on even give me a enanr* to
ERLC Meaka hill wife 1. I/enni* Chapter
_.. .. ..Ual" CALLEN JOHNSTON,: breath after 1 1'\ =-
rv. aad".lyeJy to )I.*".. and Frank X. Lrirere I'nlrr !I saying it till X wear you all down.I my a -fta
!.* r..r--'_ .l alt ..*. tU'P&icfc a. ert ..It.4 ed if it does not rain on January 4, the inauguration born Dee 21, 1896. in Washing i the Bill of Sal. the iMminem i I.. ', p ELUCTANTLY Mrs. Monha- told Father Tougher: ,. *>d.,.. I f for three month*"
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M r M. rr.4.4 1. tfcl .O r. aD4 ton. D. C. His lamiJy \ $ t.. be turned over to me free a." f *% han Pat close the window Lottie ain't here to me Where to Roaalicpened '
..,_ t.. pa $SP ."..U...... $.... ceremonies will be the greatestin poor dear of all .liens. enrnmhranee let i pester anymore I w- ...
or "
-- and moved to Spokane, where his i and aUhouich the .seller. have compiled .i against tie snowy darkness. It so I to her? ..
., "("I"",., RAT,:. the history of the state. The parade i is say"I Joe'
fatherdied.. with the Bulk Sale Act. Ida 'f kind "And w
'a. ..r .tit..t I r was the first fall snow, the .

.U:i,.: -:-.:: .._ -_. .. -- t*:. scheduled to require three and one-half Eric went to, not .11,l a..h Memcoraer.... 'Incur In any the ill-will community ,'j that doesn't last and is merely a .GRANDMA. GrandmaT no mUUking but WMflTt eame ther. tv*the The.

t.ft* Mth _... hours. !? to pass before the reviewing stand. work when 6, ,," precluding any legitimate d..1.I harbinger of things to come. But Tuffy's shrill cry outside the window showed me J... medal. a u.5"
*..p:* __ .. ._..._ _._____; LAIS Engineers of the. state's water supply selling" newspapers. neller of the personally business rather that through than of over-the 1.! it did seem to have brought the The next moment be burst -It wasn't the ...*.... .-.. '

AU1RT1'IR ....TE.aia He work eight or ignorance might' not havebeen i, 1-te November darkness even ifito# the room and ftuag himsetf Pat gave .her a Utttt ......
"-_.. .a APIlh&ttOSP$4III. and research bureau said that they refuseto ed his'way on mentioned by the seller In I, earlier than usuaL Coming home into her arms. shouting wildly. "Lotti I'm akm ....uUon. .. 5 ...
their affidavit ef debts owingWhile -i i through it, Pat had seen her sitting Where to RuwU'
'UTICR stick out their necks as to the type of through the I the purchase price is still In ,i by the open window anQ rushed t "We're home! Mom te eomi.n'down .
4 !
I She pulled a >"
All ,..1Iag .fl's.. rr4 t.aa'. pIsoI11t1os' University o f I .rn'r..w. will| all persons therefore the block. I can stay with ay
r to shut it her
., ..._. obItar" ... ........ tS.. wIll b' weather .on Inauguration Day, but they Washi ton. who have any legitimate claims in qver protests. ,ou till Monday when 1 gotta go I frllY'ReuIM.. He. .l,.' -
raia f 1 ossli a'Ua*. have "}g against the business known a.. the "Are you crazy altogether? Do hack to schooL Pat. I want arJde. mfl e'k _
d.aC''a.l.Il14.t l>y charcb** fr.maU gone through records of 55 years and cerved in the Sun and Sand 't.b- prevent them : you want to catch your death of ." I am when yu-.n'. win ..* .
.. a ra.* 1. !0 !>. 4rl4 ar. A e."t. a Iln.. ascertained of those to me at the Club within ten J"I cold?" 'mOfttM.- .
'.!. < Hi... U aa ...... r rnm ar.4 I.......* dl.. that during 15 yearsno Marines in day from the last publication of : Pat caught him up and held .
.te..- ,4 pWI... ....... ed ...bJ..... fir 1.1 .r rain fell Tallahassee) World War I.: this noticeKKltON. I "I was watchm' the .snow come him high over his head laughingup Mrs. MafMAM WM quick.
.. weal laUfMt, lot u viii a..t BMklivh" aa".,mop' r ,- during. inaugurations i : T:. SKWARD..Ire : down. Pat did you ever, know at him and quite as excited as dWt need to ak atx>..t y*.1< .!!.... hie Johnston became i .14.21.IMSIN havent 1
dates, an in I, that snowflakes are like silver arrows he was. The fat woman ,flung I plain yea dustrialist. headed the .National stabbing at you out of the questions that were lot- in a Httle bit"
Weather is the thing that Mark Twain darkness? Now I bet didn't." eager "What da v 45i mean by _
Association of Manufacturers and wise IMTI IT roTRT. OP THK II" you hilarious laughter. Lottie appeared -
said everybody talks about but do not took over Will Hays' job 99 !movie .:!..:% *-.>TH JltM. t,V <-IH'-' IT "They're! arrows that will kill in the doorway and "Yov'r* Mill a* 4t._ .
UK THK "T"TK OF FMIIIIII%. all right: : ever Cant you ancwrr a ....
do anything about it. As to rain, it is "czar lM> FOR *01NHRT\. you l poised. question WW .. Itu.ths .
MEMBER @ 1941MPB0vEMZJTs I* tNttKRi.i.e.' i She heaved deep sigh that "What noise! Terence behave netfYes. ._ .
noticed in small cities:! a great deal more '.: .. ,.. II-4M3. shook her mountainous figure. yourself. Pat put him down at you- see. I did" Lottfe i. ..
than it i is:! in large ones. Dickens, writing '. KUStni J4MHM.Plaintiff j i "Pat. you have no poetry in you once. He is crazy enough. He ran word -SJb* triad to ..I t
'K'HKNRT 'I at alL And there's no fear of all the way down the street aheadof of
about his! observations in London said that 'y" JAMES IH\OH snow killing the likes 0' me Its me.- queen owned Hattywaed.the pUcPat Yu'4she -
(Kaow America)) PefenttantOHOFJI starvation will do that These Mrs. Monahan chortled. "Stop "
four stood in front of a store's display rianed. Maybe she
persons *
0.' n m.irvrioMTO doctors and their diets. A fine one *
1740-Arthur Lee Virginia complaining and come give mea 'by now, AM has
a wiA
pa- way IK..
window, looking at the goods, seemingly : I am at my time of life to start kiss. Then can tell me all "
: FOR KEY WElT I triot, American's noted agent- Henry James. you you know
about figure
unaware that rain was falling in diplomat in Europe m Revolu- II Residence thinking my about California. I LotUe laughed ahrdlr "Sa- ADVOCATED BY
"Now don't start complainingabout .
I is herebv ordered that you are Tuffy caught the word and Sh. wa* tried in .11WiIi i
torrents.In tionary days born Stratford, Va. required to appear on the 12th datentitled that. You've lost weight
.. roared information. "Rosalie aintout II picture and they Died Dec. 12, 1792. 1111- .r January. 1141 before the airnve
New York City thousands! Court to the Bill of Complaint and"Lost there any more. She was no was no food. Jfobudv' w"""' M L
L More Beteto .. ApartBteat: *. go 1829-Laura D. Bndgman Per- riled against you in Ike above weight Indeed ? rye good so they fired her. Tell 'em: her. You wantad tu know m\\
;.. Beach and BaUln* PtvlUoa.I. through life apparently unconcerend in kins Institute Boston, .famous entitled cause and the, Keyest gained it I never used to thinkof Ma." I and now you do. Th.t w.Li
I. Land and Sea: blind, deaf. mute who like: Clllsen I* hereby designated a* the it at all except when I was "I told you rd whip you If you never wrote you a lim ..
Alrporto Helen
,. I what sort of weather a day brings forth. newspaper In which this. Order shall! fool enough to try to walk around. said that 1-- I dumped her when. he sow

h C.z&olld.UcotCoiatj'.a4 They do not let rain stop or delay them in Keller made life's potentialities ronoecrtlve be published"..once eek.!..a week for four but now I think about it all the Mrs. Monahan was sitting very I first rushes. He> no fuoi $.
"A', Qty QevemBWBti.f. greater for those similarly Witness the Honorable. AquilmoLopez time. My stomach growls at me still. Pat put the boy down gently caped her clutches all rt_
|" f. ConuMOkity AaditorianL .' going about their business in the out-of- afflicted, born Hanover N. II. Ji:. as One of the Judges ..r _and wants to know if my throat on a chair and faced the girL .I." in the paper. out tlM* .

.*. L J doors. The only time when residents Died May 24, 1889 Court this oift-t in.. the and Citv the of Seal Keyext of this. is cut" "What u it you know about engaged< to lomeone .*..
1830-Mary V. Terhune ("Mar- Munroe. fountFlorida, this 13th: "You said that yesterday. and Rosalie" Ido8n't know where. ah. ..
generally in New York City are concernedin ion Harland), popular writer her d..,. ..f December. U4H!!. the day before" he added unoressivelv. Lottie tossed her fur coat onto at.....*

the weather is when a heavy snowfall day born in Virginia. Died June (seal) Clerk lo.s Circuit c R-\WYEn.Court a chair carelessly. "Cant you Te be .aUaa> 1 ;

MONOGRAPH delays transportation, and the.concern has 2, 1922. Monroe ('..unty. FloridaBy -- -- --- -- .-- .. -----
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(sill Anne i ongwortb ,
DMr Headers: only to do with the delays that will be 1837-Joseph G. McCoy famed I>t-puty: Clerk: I GmlIIlUllJlJlUlWIUUIIUIIJIIUUIUUIUIUIII! JlIUIlImD for this season at La Casa Manna spend the ......y. wish III
pioneer cattleman of the Southwest PAI'K K. R.-\WY"n. : will be held Saturday night I Mr.
parents and Mr t I. ...
Uncle Sam U depicted as a tall caused' in going to and from work. born in Illionois. Died Kansas S.>li< llor for.M21.JJt.IJIS rUlnilff Jan.4.ISOtITobalv j Key West In December 31. .

aton. angular gentleman of benign Dr. Samuel Johnson said that he did City. Oct. 19, 1915. Dr. and M.a. J J DfSw.

mean alway) .* helping other nations not observe changes in the weather and noted 1872-Albert author and Payson dog ,.tI... .r ..c....... C. Make ..ppIIrail. -I' Days Cone ByAS Joseph Stickney SI, called"Mick" sail tHRUUNW u.i the ..........
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r.r 'i..a HIa..ra.' by his many friends,. Cuba to spend. Use .holidays. ..
that they did not affect him in the least in of Mary V, born in
Kaw 1133)
I and remaining thin. Hrother Jonathan,. J. Died Feb. 1942. 1 N (''tl ItT illTIiI: ('01. \TtJl TAKEN FROM FILES died at 12:30 o'clock this morning rrittIVN; and fneiid .mUr ....'.....
: on the other} hand who U depicted- a doing what he had set out to do. He added 18. IM.U: XOMIOK MM NT*. f OF THE CITIZEN OF i in his home at 1429 Von Phtster

I buxom burley individual well-fed and -that if he had been asked one day what sort TODAY t %TTIui''F:. t-IOIIII>' IN PMOII11 DECEMBER 21. 1938WWlU1lWflflW18lI8WWll8lflIWWUUlflUWflItUlll street He was connected with a* b4iga sad ...........
IN HISTORYKnow In Ce the Estate of the police department fur many Miss Haiti H..... Irtt this i...
apparently xtill! living off the fat of the of weather prevailed the day before, he ( America) EtMtNI> UMU IteceasrdTo \. I / I years. tog for Miami I* viait fat a ft*

world .will continue no until' Uncle' Samtire. I would have been unable to answer the 1620-The Pilgrims;land on All I \\hom It May Concern' A representative of the Pan- days.
question correctly. Finally he older NotKp is hereby gi\en that Kliiabelh American Transportation Com William V. Albury, Judge' of
as Plymouth :
of being Uncle Sap. grew Rock. B. .\ll>urfiled her final report Today TheCitis.n SAyS.!is MeditocMl
I he became susceptible to weather 1807-Historic Embargo Act a. Kxeciitrlx of the eMate of ";d- pany informed The Citizen today f the Monroe county criminal pAratfrapl)
TilE ORACLE mun.ll Xll.urv deceased; that shehas j that beginning in February, a court of record, took out
enacted a party j
changes for he complained bitterly in by Congress-forbidding filed her petition for final discharge will be I i "Shop early and ast.a f Uw......
steamship J
a operated by of friends
fishing and
American yesterday
ships leave port and and thathe will I apply to j I minute
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I the company between Key West returned with catch.
letter about the chilliness that had continued closing our ports to British ships. : '-' ; --' "' ; a large "It -
County Judge' of Monroe fount and Havana.
France and England then at Florida. on the Ulh itJ of January was one of the most enjoyableI
all summer long. war I >
and both seize American ships ; tat, for appro\al, of same and r. fishing trips I've I
the high seas. on final di.'.
Once again the people of Key West' Experience is what those who need it 1911-United States abrogates I ceasixt. on f K.lmun.llbur thIs: 2l"t day ..r I..m-\'. de- council will be held tonight to Every Lead rutty Imnd
her I,4fttsd. consider the installation of park- Miss Winifred Shine, assistant ISLAM
with Russia CITY
treaty in of TK.\N FER
most can never have. protest ) Klixaheih 15. \lbury.Kxecutrix .
are responding to the spirit of Christmas a ing meters in Key West. editor of the Roosevelt
Russia's treatment of the Jews. I. ..lib. estate of Phoae U& $24 Seutlufd $ .

aeanon of joy that I. linked with.the ob. 1919-Some 250 Communists KdmuntlV dec1.24.I111jan.4-1. .Mhury.; deceased 1.1,41. The opening dinner and dance Ocala.published arrived at Camp ROundUP-j' RESIDENT PHONE: IMt.R
I I I Then there are people who would deported to Russia \
wrvaHce of a preciou* religiou event. 1935--Col.
I rather be sick than working. Charles A. Lindbergh I -

The happiness and cheer that.. per and his family 4 taecretly U3J Probatect.Noticeredltvn. Sec*. 119.! I20IN )
board freighter at midnight fer TIIF IOIHT OF TIlE ('01. NTJIIX.K. \' -=
maIe' human hearts at this. season and
I' :. MONHoK 4'i'T\. FIOIII I :.-
in Europe. .:. ..
make it evident in West i is PKOHITI- '
; presence Key \ .
1941-Hitler takes >ver command In re: .:..Ia'. of c- i
a $product!& of an unselfish solicitude for thebappines of the German army. Joseph 1.- t'urr,. also Known a!* Jl i iI..rd
Johnston former President of l Currv and J lennie "'urry.Ih'veased.
1943: -American bombers raid _
of other and a ..omewhatpontfi4'4Mj l J
the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and now the enemy in Siam.1944Americaas. To .All Creditoing .. and i'ersns flay- j 1
surge of the spirit of.helpfulness.In Claims ..r Itemauts AlfalR..t''
an official representative of the Moving stop ,German Said Kutatel :
Key Went there are many .exhibitr I drive into Belgium by smashing su and each of you are hereby.
Picture Producers Association; says that attack. notified and required to present any
....rv of this commendable interest in otherS laims,. and demands whuhou. or I
in Russia there has been some improve- 1945-Death of Gen. George S. cither .,f"I... may have against the
human being. KaskeU. of food' *ilt be'dis-' Patton. Jr. in Germany. estate ..f Joseph I. Curry alsoknown IArnP4ar
ment in production and in the amount of 1946-U. as J. Leonard ,'urry and J.
trHiuted to bring joy into horne_ where. S. rushes relief\ : in C'urry .te'eaeed. late ..r "aid '
food and clothing but that in the great I
coun- earthquake in Japan" I'.unly. to the < iuntv Judge of I
Kitle mouth might otherwise be empty: 1947-Strike Monroe Countt. Florida at his off U I IIn
tries surrounding Russia, he found lower 300,000 Western lh<- .-ourt: ht.ux of xaid Count:: ; I I
atxl hundred of toy will be distributed Union workers .
averfetj. .
: at Kr\ West Horl.U within eight'
standards than when he visited the
area ,ilendar ntonlhs front the time of''I
to bring happiness into the hearts.of little ,
last the first puUliiation ..r this notKcKa ,
children. who would otherwise be'forgot- year. Your HoroscopeTUESDAY <'h ..1..1m ..r demand shall I IMin' I r
Mr.\ Johnson reports improvement'inWestern writing. and shall Mate the plate ofrevitleme
tei ly Santa Claua the great saint 'of. ohebHilhood. ll and post office a<.lilr.- -'
.r the 'Ulmant and shall i.e swornto
Europe due to the assistance
extended 21, '
l>\ the by the United States the good 1948-Today gives a feomewhat HI lorn.and any "ii,'h ,iainrii.-
Th. Citizen hopes that all of its read.r < weather and excellent Ho\\
", participate in the activities that crops and the desire cause trouble. The mind seems to AN administratrix ..r the ..;..tah' ..f
of the people to work. He found no have considerable force and thereis I Joseph I I. t'uir\. also known a-- .II ,
...der. around Chrintmas and that they will .ei>nard Pnrrx. an.1 J. I.. nine <'urrx -
evidence that "socialism was!l decreasing"and a strong sense for a direct and de.e'.e.Enrique .:
a*>an" the blessings that came with such a honest course in life; but there : i 1..ll1inal.: | | .Ir..
p.NbtI| said that the people of this country is a twist in the condition which 'j llorne.r. Estate I
Naturally, children, I 'I-. ::1-2' l't8..n f-11 I 1541
Nf the "must realize that socialism came to those under adverse conditions; may I
community look| Christmas
upon as countries as a result of failures of busi- overthrow all the benefit derived I I
a ttaw, ..f receiving gifts. but our adult from honest and patient
That Good
ness. effort Your Croc: r SELLS I
tMt"traU ahould find iu greatest joy in

I He. fine art of generous Hting.WhHe This is a timely observation from a The favorite Soviet' 'Russian STAR BRAND I

moat of our churches will cele- man popularly identified with big busi- publicity runs somewhat like AMERICAN COFFEE

l LrM rttrfetmas as the natal day of JesusCrtrM ness. Undoubtedly the people of this!: country this: 'The demented foreign; im- I I and CUBAN \

and] Mare aome pedal program toe will prefer what is called private enter- new perialists war. are trying t:) stir up a -Try A Pound Today-

.. ... .. prise if those who direct the economic -- ,
mm m rat. that event the spirit of -- -- --- - -
machinery see that it works in the inter --
rhrWtma t
M broad enough to include I ,
peo- :
est of all the It i is RESOLUTION :M
people. however
p4.. *f aH ri44gions and to extend even to necessary, I IHis I / -

H'r ...... $prufmwtu have none. Moreover. to restrain the rapidity and greed ofa WHEREAS. Thtt.Supreme Ruler of the Universe. in all

,...I. Chrfctma will find small minority of selfish business men infinite wisdom. bus seen fit to call our beloved Brother 1 >
opportunities to and Past [
and this should be done by J J. Lennie Cuiry to his Heavenly
_4' .>xf.rt-.*n to the best>> teachings of Home above. andWHEREAS. I

..*... f..d.r l uf their faith by exhibiting a regulation without crippling on the part In Brother Curry's demise. Key West!odge -% /

a4rvt ..., upon an abiding of honest conscientious:! and efficient business No. 163 and the Grand Lodge of Florida loses a faithful I

leaders. member of long and whose friendly
I U** *t antl fur mankind. standing high esteem. -
smile and quiet chcerml mien endeared him to all his I

rWwre concluding this[ discUaslon) of Brothers. andWHEREAS. There'll be Christmas crowds
When want to do I
you something for
the Chri
tmaa season, one's thoughts in. The Community loses a respected and

ctttably turn to the song of "Peace on the good of somebody else you need not valuable citizen. and\: the family loses a loyal and loving 1

HarthaociateU wait on any committee to meet debate member; therefore fee it "

with the angels of longage. disagree and postpone action. RESOLVED. That. while our hearts are heavy with on Long Distance too
That theworld!" .U far from thU hanHT bow ,
grief we in humble submission to the will of Him

rMHsation' muat w admitted but a WAR IN COSTA RICA who doeth all things well; and be it further I

...mi ..f t"ate" an omen of-I:; : '' 4. .*3"From '.,, RESOLVED That we extend to the family our sincer- .
h0:1 est and Long distance telephone lines will be e......4
w....h the eve"* of men and sympathy love. commending them to Him in I
Costa Rica comes the news of an whose promise there is comfort for the sorrowing; and be :: ; on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Well to
tftrte world can turn with t lth. And Invasionwith allegations that It was it further .., '- I :'/ j) A
: o'- !-Y on the job doing our best to calls .
these times put ttMVttgk.We've .
"V' each indiviifuaUkAs' : planned'arid-launched from Nicaragua. RESOLVED. That our charter be draped in mourning I

an MMtaattan' to so conduct himself! aa to i '''Fr'om'!Nicaragua comes stout denials for a period of thirty days; and be it further added a lot of circuits anti tetfa..m4

kH rkMer the day when RESOLVED. That a copy of this resolution be sent others. Every switchboard will be
peace shall Uve thatjhere is any truth to the suspicions to the family. that be anda j. 2 & ta I'' ,.cvk.,
a copy spread on our minutes
( to all 1 human hearts. 1 voiced in Costa Rica. copy be sent to the Key West Citizen for publicationVANCE kt::; Even so, there may be delays.

: Who can tell what is the truth? If, in C. STIRRUP. )l ----
t,1l You'llgetfasterserviceifyeut4.yoj'ML-:
ire read with undemtauding is to be fact an invasion has been launched from J. P DeLAND. II a .,

....... Nicaragua the P. T. RUTROUGH before Christina Etc or alter CttrittmmSOUTHERN ".,

matter is of considerable Adopted by Key West Lodge No. 163. Knights of Pythias. '

concern, in view of the pact between the on this. the seventeenth day of December. A. D. 1948.

The highways of the nation continue nations of the Western Hemisphere to act GEORGE F. PHILLIPS. BELL TELEPHONE
to kill Americans without benefit of in defense of any state that is the victim Attest: Chancellor Commander. COMPAIfr

patst4km. of agression. J. WINFIELD RUSSELL. Secretary I-
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I General C 'RajagopajacljaH! i .has f '. Regular Typa t charge for the first 15 words To insure publication
appealed to'tl'e.. ; people of !is; Advertisements under this or less is 45c. must be in the office before 11

various cornniunities'in. Irjdia tog|l ,. head Citizen; u-iQ at the-be rate inserted of 2c a in word The PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day of publication. ;'
maintain the.old fashion oflg for vlossifird- '
sharing and 1 I for each inertiuttbut, the, vertisements: is invariably in OFFICE
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part in the ;mipimui.i! charge-for= tbe.first .advance, but regular advertts- Business office in The Citi
festivities Mf commup' *tii* >s cither ;1S.'30c.:: '. '; srs:;with ledger accounts may zen Building corner Greene
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than their own. \ Black Face i their -
Typer a v e advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the
j I On the occasion of'thet Hindu The rate fo&Uackface typo charged. right 'on entering building.

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Y irrespective of religious or ing. transient or contract The Citizen will be) responsible nly for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED
community is the highest nath ADVERTISING. and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount. of space occupied .f
mss. tional wisdom. e part of the advertisement where the error occurs.
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a nation's INSTRUMENTSTranscription
on what gives:}joy to the multi Small hotel in downtown Key

tude of people. Festivals have player and 50 rec I I West Fla. contains 8 large: Two furnished houses, desirable"
A I come down from time immemorial ords. Will also play ordinary rooms with 5 baths and two: location. Write owner Boa
as a national instrument records. $40.00. Phone 1343-R. apartments. All in perfect:I XY. c/o Citizen. decKMOtx
for popular joy. dec20-2tx I condition. Large lot and good:

iL3 money maker. Must dispose I Best buy in town. Waterfront
DeterminedThieves 48 Base Ancona Italian piano ac-i on account of health. Box 532, home with dock.
cordian. In perfect shape.I Key West Florida. I Two bedrooms. FurnWtadj
Two baths!
$125.00. Phone '
131-J.dec21-3tx I' decl-tf $8500. $2500 cash balance na
rent 1328 White Street. \
KATHLEEN DOBBIN. 4. runs her fingers over the face of Santa thieves couldn't open a safe in I 1941 Ford convertible, 5 passen-
Claus her only means of seeing the fabulous old fellow. Kathleen the Westcott Motors, Inc., they Man's bicycle good balloon tires,I gers, radio heater, new paint SALE-MERCHANDISE j

is blind. To her. "seeing" Santa was the high spot of a visit stole about the tools they had used valued new paint. $15.00. 1900 Staples I new top. 1938.Packard. 4-door CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS '*

to a Minneapolis toy store Friday by pupils of the nursery $10 from the$100 cash and drawer.also about Avenue. dec21-3tx sedan, radio., heater new paintif Hawaiian table mats purses and
school operated by the Minneapolis Society for the Blind. Kath- desired. 1937 Chevrolet 2-1 j r lunch baskets; Luxembourgovenware
lees told Santa Claus she would like to have a doll buggy for FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES FOR SALE REAL ESTATE door sedan good condition rea- and coffee makers;
Christmas. sonable. Can be seen at Tony's French porcelain candlesticks
Stock Island over 400 ft oceanfront Auto Body Shop, 603 Greene. table bet s, cigarette boxes and
--- Bargain. Must be sold 1 dec6-6t
Notes I ash trays; Swedish glassware;
Promlssary), Ic each. Art
at once. Mr. Kitty c/o Citizen I
HEY, PAL, DON'T: BE SCARED man Press, Citizen Bldg. Phone California pottery; hurricane
51. deci-tf'I 1936 Pontiac, fordor sedan $75. lamps for garden and table; and
t -- nug2-tf 1221 Simonton Street 1 I I many other original and dec
8pa STORAGERed Dining room seating 77 persons. dec8-3tx' orative gift suggestions far the
') 2 and 4 bedroom furnishedhomes. i I r last-minute shopper. Prices

t Brick Storage Co. Furniture Immediate delivery. 1936 Oldsmobile Special coupe.j I from $1.00 up.CAROLINE.
s or commercial.. Phone 798. 8. 12 and 22 unit apartment Good tires good | SHOP
decl-tf houses. Apartment and hotel I 705 Windsor Lane. dec20-5tx I| On Ann Street
sites. Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming I 1 d<<11-1\
MOVING AND HAULING St. Box 303. dec5-6tx Luxurious 7-passenger 1938 Cad!

illac. Interior like new. Will Meal! If you want your Christmas
Furniture Moving FOR RENT-STORES i sell for best offer immediately.G. shopping for the opposite sex
General Hauling M. Donovan, 905 Simonton made painless easy and sue*
Every Load Fully Insured Large store. 218 Simonton.. 35x60'1 Street. dec20-4tx cessful. do it at CAROLINE
# 4 ISLAND CITY TRANSFFR Reasonable. Phone 682, r i SHOP. 223 Ann St
ei Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman By. I
I dec20UtxWANTEDEMPLOYMENT dec2-tf I 1941 Dodge. New motor job. $700. decll-it
T.eaviru Kev West on orders
n : a A FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I I I Must sell by-Wednesday.-Phone; 1 1I FOR SALE-MISCELLAnEOUS

J. A. Miller U.S.N. Hospital.I
Furnished 2} -room apartment I I 1010. dec203tI White enamel. $2.75. Outside
: Will care for one or two children Utilities furnished. $25.00 week white paint $2.75 and $3.73 per
in my home. Mrs. M. Pereida. ly. Sea Isle Apartments. 915'i;I gallon, up. 50-ft W garden
512-Petronia Street dec21-2tx Windsor Lane. decl-tf 1941 Plymouth convertible club hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co, 1M
coupe radio and heater five Olivia. Phone 1597. dec: -lf
BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES Modern furnished efficiency and, practically new tires. 1124

gi: bedroom apartments. Yearly or Seminary Street Phone' 11 93-loL Bundles; of old newspapers at 1ent -
; _. Books Books Books season rental. Pine Plaza I dec21-3tx I each bundle. Inquire al
Art Supplies Art Supplies 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf The Citizen Office. nov24-tf
: Bookshop, Cor. Simonton Eaton I FOR SALE-BOATS AND I

dec2-tues-thurs sat-Impx Apartments. Electric'kitchen.I I MARINE MOTORS Electrify your old sewing ma.

Per 'day or season. 909 Elizabeth I chine. I hone 1164.M.
r e WANTED, TO BUY : : Street dcc6-tf I I Gray marine engines and service. '- d<<2O-et

I I C. R. Smith, opposite Firestone
Two white rabbits.' Phone 9286. Ef furnished apartment 3 rooms and I I Station, Marathon. decl-lmo' Christmas lite special Hums

dec21.1taMISCELLANEOUS bath. ;jMaid and janitor services : bubble lites. $3.00; General
t ; linens and utilities fur 112' V-bottom boat 1217 Petronia Electric series liter $1.19; in-

t'P ... nished. Coral Hotel Street decl8-4tx dependent burning, indoor
WirephTHE oto
HOWL OF DISTRESS issuing' from wide-mouthed Pauretry. 1 Picture framing, pictures framedand ments'opposite Post APart-I $2.39 Old ; outdoors. $2.79. Poor
IS-roonth-old arrival in New York Saturday on the liner' matted. DiNegro's 614 18-foot cabin boat $350. Good 1} Craig. White.dec203U

America draws a wondering sympathetic expression to the Francis Phone 1197-M. FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS I motor. Apply 2-1 Poinciana
face of Valley Beau. a boxer. Sight of the dog started Paul. lift dec4:23txWill : -- I after 4:30. dec8-3tx' Argoflex camera nearly new

;sop of Sgt. Oliver Terry and Mrs. Lucy Terry of Oneida. Tea.. Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee with leather case and lent
,on his crying spree. bake turkeys, chickens, little shop, bar. decl-lmo Martin 60" outboard motor. 12 shade. List price. $69.95. Only
pigs, etc, on h.p. Used little in
_. Thursday, Friday, very per- $50.00. Also DeJur exposure
--- Saturday, Dec. 23 24, 25. 1216 FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND fect condition. 3210 Avenue meter. 624 Francis Street up-

CORSAIRS: OVER WRIGHT MONUMENT Angela 1361-W. Street (Roque). Phone I ROOMS I "E", Poinciana. Phone dec20-2tx 1577-J. stairs. Phone 1079-J.
dec21-3tx dcc2l-llx
The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming I -
Designs for. letterheads, menu Street has an efficiency apt. FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD SALE-BUSINESS PLACES
cards personal 'and I' FURNITURE !I *
stationery, dis- several sleeping rooms vacant & APPLIANCES
tinctive signs for homes and Low '
weekly or monthly Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply
businesses... Marshall Studio in .rates dec7-tf i| Maple twin beds, box springs, innerspring 132 Simonton. Phone 287.
Telegraph Lane. mattresses chest. dId"$t
dec2123243tI FOR RENT-ROOMS I II Brand new 34x84 jalousie door.!
I I Brand new pas range for apart-j FOR SALEMERCHANDISEHOME
FOR RENT-BOATS I Rooms and light housekeeping I ment or trailer. Cot and mat-
rooms. $5 to $15 per week. 411, tress. Cheap. 1328 White. DECORATORSWe
Sam Lowe's.Boat Rental Service. William Street nov27-26tx; dec17-tf have increased our clock
New Mercury outboard motors i giving you a wide selection of
and Ramsey plywood boats and Large, well ventilated sleeping; i I :120.00 Philco console radio. Pori fabrics for Slip Coven Upholstery .
rowboats. Visit Stock Island rooms at weekly rates. Maid i feet condition $60.00. White!i: and Draperies Many
today andT'sh your worries service. Young's Tourist Rest! dinette table. 6 drawers seats 81| of the newest paltrras. Exception -
; away. tE' : decl8-6tx 1721 Flagler Ave., 1172-J. j jdecl5tf people. TeL 1176-J. |t i l values from SI.2.up..
rye. GARDEN AND LAWN decl83t'I II I I on Ann Street dee18-St

SUPPLIESIt FOR RENT-HOUSES I Electric fan 22" \\ h.p. $50. 16-A'
.. is our pleasure to wish Naval Air Station. dec20-2tx,
all A For Rent-Season, two-bedroom I BUSINESS PLACESBar
.. .- Merry Christmas and A Happy house, furnished. Excellent lo
New Year We will be closed cation. Call 667-J. decl4-tf Large dresser and mirror, chest to sell rent or lease. Apply
Monday after Christmas. Key of drawers mahogany. $30.00.1| White Inn Bar 1018 Truman
.f y Y West Garden and Lawn Sup- FOR RENT-COTTAGES. I Phone 1343-R. dec20-2tx|! Avenue d<<1S-&tlL

ply Co., 914 Fleming St., Tel. ,l i _________ __ ____ _
1019. dec20tfREPAIRS Near beach, all conveniences.!: Box spring and innerspring mat- FOR SALE-STORr
everything furnished. $35.00 i j tresses. $80.00. Double bed}! EQUIPMENTOne
-RADIOS per week. 1214 Duval. Phone j chest of drawers dresser with
1040-M. dec7-tft i large mirror, $120.00. 9x12 rug, 3-hole Frigidaire Ice creamcabinet
I Radio repairs, while-U-wait LowI I $100.00. Phone 382-W. | $75.00. Apply Adams
4 r' I I standard prices by catalog. 14, WANTED TO RENT i i dec20-4tx Dairy. dec0-
years radio experience in manufacturing --- -
I plants. 1116 White- Apartment or house with stove i iI j
head Street nov3023txPHOTOGRAPHY and refrigerator. Have my
I I own furniture. 706 White St.' For QUALITY FLOORS, ICs
AND : Apt 5. dec6-6tx

i I Navy couple with 1-year-old baby: Inlaid LinoleumKenlile
A picture of your happy family urgently need 1 or 2 bedroom I
I around the Xmas Tree. Cal I apartment or home. 908 Elizabeth -
41't Wirephoto, i i I Miller Photo 1023 White St., Apt. No. 2. dec21-3tx
| Phone 1455. dec86txhe "
FOUR MARINE CORSAIR PLANES fly over monument honorIng I I HELP WANTED-FEMALE Asphalt Tile
Wilbur and Orville Wright at Kill Devil Hill. Kitty Hawk I Photography and Supplies tag

N. C. Friday, on 45th anniversary of first flight of a heavier I I Film special 127 120. 620, 116,I I Need money but unable to work I New Color and Pattern for Every Roomin
thaa-aircraft Planes were part of a formation of 20C which 616, 5 rolls. $1.00. Developing,! full time! Earn substantial in
the House
passed over the scene of the first flight printing and enlarging. 4- come. Hours at your conven

---- hour service. Miller Photo, ience. Write street address to I i SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY
--- --- 1023 White Street. dec8-6tx Avon Products, Inc. P. O. Box

When wrapping packages it is The existence of-a strong labor i I 1101, W. Palm Beach. Fla. ] __ FREE ESTIMATES pQ

best to tie ribbons around the I party among the Jews of Palestine ] Photography and Supplies tag dec5-6t
Franklin Editor Viever and Split! Floor
packages first. Then make the has given a relatively lu b h Key West Covering Co.
er. complete. $35.00. Miller !'wo waitresses between 5 and 61
bows. The bows should be at-j'I standard of living among Photo. 1023 White Street PJVI. La Conga Bar. I
ached separately. workers there. ___ *_ -__ !I I ___ ._ .. dec18-6t K __ rlPf'2'hr': '



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JR. VARSITY LAST NIGHTPollock' I New Building .

I WARSAW-f V..The r ,
Jewels r, .1.1ard.Fought j ed city of Warsaw tut m4t ao

Ilral Sonar ..A.\ II much progress in salvaging 'pfd

]I II rebuilding what Use G nMM
'ai1cElk.. Romp demolished that accent in tea

Otrr Beachcombers Cage Games At future u to be placed upon ".....
working jar
Sonar D five won over the I I I and night, and often without &he
Gym TonightBillie's I aid of machinery have clrarai
Junior Varsity in the first game ,
hundreds of thousand of tarn of
last night and the Jewels won I debris and rubble from the cttjr
over the Sonar A. five in the I Drive-ins will be fight | and rebuilt living places for U-
second game putting the Bob's j ing the Beachcombers Jewelers' present-day population of WVI

Sport Shop at the top of the classA. : in the opener of a .basketball: 1000.I in 1939. a total of 1.23SJOOi

League. I tripleheader tonight at the High I i Poles lived here.
This is the second defeat for Now, says Dr. Stefan J..iry-
I School Gym. The I
Drive-Ins will
the Sonar boys and both at the I chowski vice-pesident of the
hands of the Jewels. In the night'I''I be trying for their first victory i i i Central Planning Board the city

cap the Elks romped and the Jewelers will be attempting ,'is passing "from rebuilding I*
Beachcombers. .r a I building. Amoag the Warsaw
I to end their slum 1"i new
S : I In the second "' investments planned' W
contest of
opt"--; ;; the .
In '
the Sonar club works
: : 11949 are new I'I'pr..tlll.I
evening.. Bob's .
Shop.will .
I won over the Junior Varsity by a 5- + > '5 I 83.8 percent of the total plan.
27 to 23 score. Sanderson and I take will be on trying the hold on to'Bob's first .t- 5' ._ 5-.. > .: ,. V i I Only 16.4 "percent is U..ld f*r
Peterson scored 11 points eachto rebuilding. ,
: lead the winners and Oropesa place and the Independents will ; ( ) Wirephoto:
be '
out to win
to tie the Jewels
cured nine and Doughtry and
Cooper scored four each to lead from Pollock's for second place.A STEVE VAN BUREN (15)), Philadelphia Eagles' ace scorer plunges over the goal line with the Swiss Ban BigHeadlights
the losers. loss for Bob's will put the fourth period touchdown that defeated the Chicago! Cardinals and gave the Eagles the National 'I

This makes the fifth straight Sportsmen in a tie for first place Football League championship. The final score was '7 to 0. The game was played in a driving
game for the Sonar Boys without with the Sonar School outfit. snow storm at Philadelphia.
a defeat they have won from ev However, a victory for Bob'sWill
f'rJ.t'lub once and twice from the : strengthen their hold on top I BERN Switzerland-4J-Au'
Varsity twice. : position and shove the Independents I tomobiles with sealed beam'
Score by quarters: further down in the cel- I SPECTACULAR FOUL-BOUNCES OFF SHOULDER_ !!'Paneless 1 headlights will be banned in

Jr. Varsity 474 8-23 ; Switzerland from Jan. 1. 1949.I .
i lar.Junior j .
.Sonar School 885 6-27 I Varsity will try to j jI I I Swiss' road regulation wee s
Field goals. Cooper 2. Oropesa ; avenge the defeat suffered at the I jI I Pheasant Hunt ; amended in 1944 to pen_ UMi
4. Shepperd 1. Ingraham 1, Fer- hands of the Elks Club the last b i introduction of AmvrMan autt
nandez 1. Free throws Oropesa 1,: : time the clubs met. Elks then I DENVER VP George K. mobiles fitted with IWo >bam!
Fv Sonar, Peterson F. Goals 5. l I won 38 to-34.. 'This will be the !I Smith went hunting but it was !; lights. After a two-yew t..tM
Sanderson 5. Osborn 1, Free third and last game of the triple- I Mrs.: Smith who bagged the Swiss government ci4c4. Utat
throws, Peterson 1, Sanderson 1, I. header tonight i r I family's only pheasant. A low- the lights were too po'.rf...| tar
McKentnck 1. Wales 1,. Free I The opener will begin at 7:00 r 4.q !!! flying bird" crashed through the conditions on the narrow Swiss
throws missed. Cooper 5, Shep- I o'clock and the other games at living room window .in the highways where cyciMt aa
perd. 1, Zossky 2, Ingraham 1, I hour intervals. Smiths' south Denver home. It pedestrians outnumber the auto
Peterson 1, Osborn 1. I I Leading scorers in the Class B 1 I I was a pretty expensive pheasant', mobiles.
League including games of De. s dinner Smith said-$9.85 for anew ,A new government order farbids -
In the second game the Jewels cember 16: I window. the registration of new earsI
won the first quarter by a ten to I PlayerFG FT PF PTS I with sealed-beam KgfeU after
four score but at the half the Orooeaa, JV n. 27 3 6 57 I Cyrus McCormick's first reaper 1 Jan. 1, All such liftht a4re.. f laT
core stood 14 to 12 in favor of C Valdez EC ___. 24 2 7 50 factory was established in Chi- vibe must be replaced b4ftr *.the
School At the end of the third Nunez ECVillareal hn 22 6 6 50 cago in 1848. 1 end of 1949. .
the stood School 20 --- -- --- -- --- -
quarter score RJ no 23 4 11 50 :
Jewels 21. Smith and Growe Cooper, JV21 2 6 44 aIt1tYhrMEJLRosJE
cored four points in last quarter Myatt SS _"_' 15 6 9 36
and Kitchens and Skaggs two Burke. SS un --. 14 5 5 33
each to win the ball game. For Bazo, BDI -_ 13 4 8 30
: loner Schulticic scored 4, Buchwettz I Saunders. BJ 12 4 7 28 j.
and Boyan two each. Final Castillo, EC. 13 0 5 26
core 33 to 28. Skaggs score 11 Demeritt BJ .. n 12 1 '7 25
points. Smith 8, P. Herrick 7, Kerr ECShepperd 11 2 8 24 Atw
Crowe 5, Kitchins 2, for the JV 11 2 8 24JVJunior ftt (8lactctt (}ivin0
.. School boys, McKee 8, Shultice 6, Varsity.
i- Buchweitz 6, Boyan 6. EC-Elks Club_' !
Score by quarters: 13,1-Beachcomber Jew-
Pollocks Jewels 10 2 9 12-33
Sonar Schl. 4 10 6 8-28 l l SS-Sonar School.
Personal fouls Skaggs, McKee BDI-Billie's Drive-Ins.
2, St-hultice 3, Buckweitz 2, Boyars ?
Elks have scored 159 points to
1. Free throws missed: Smith i.-- -
their rivals' 135: Varsity, 140
1, Skaggs 1, Schoneck 1, Wateen
119 Billie's 78 'against
against ;
3: Itatunno 1.
165; Sound School .157 against a.s .
115 Beachcombers, 140 against 3'I
In the last game the Elks pulverized -
the Beachcombers and
final score was 48 to 23. The leaden 146.THE
were C. Valdez with 14 LOW DOWN .Wl": : Wirephot

punts Curry 15, Kerr 10, Nunez
INDIANA STATE GUARD LOU WATSON (white suit bounces a
7. Castillo 2 for the Jewelers, tremHICKORY I.
Hernandez 6, Ingraham 2, Villa- cff the shoulder of Kansas State Guard Al Lan lon (4)) as the

real 9. Saunders 6 points, the GROVE latter blocked his goal rush. A foul was called against Lang. r
Elks made more points in the last ston. Indiana won 5636. This unusual action picture. was BJetj'N'I MoJo0

quarter than the Jewelers madein This essay is not gonna touch made by an Indiana student. John Snider. : /' lll wlenle'kYou a y4h a'dtnwr

the last three quarters. on any alibi-not having stuck ___ .n ___ rrl,
Score by quarters: know- cannot give a finer whiskey, 1 1*"
out neck or posed as a
Bearhcumb 667 4-23 all I nothing to explain about than Metros Rare. For all the IELIjOSE
got Boom On For Italian Soccer
Elks Club 10 11 9 18-43 l
how the other guy won. So I am ; whiskies in this perfect product RARE '
Umpires Woodson referee, going to expound about one thing are 6 and 7 years old, -
Domenechv timer Tallon and that I good about the recent -I' .
see as blended with choice neutral
SnJft'r Stadiums Aren't
Aguilar. Big Show. It puts the South Big EnoughBy spirits for perfect lightness.
out there with a ticket of its own.
J How StandBASKETBALL And from now on those folks will '"' '"' There's nothing to compare
They maybe step out in front and be C. R. BRUSINL .Newsfeatures Writer with Metros Rare. S447

6 the drum major versus playing ROME-For millions of Italians 2 PM Sunday is he biggest

second fiddle. hour of the week. SQUARTRare
Blended Whiskey. 90 Proof.
nice folks those
... Cla.A" League down-southers They are That is kick-off time for soccer the country's No. 1 sport. The straight whiskies in this product are 6 years or more old. 40% straight wb skey.1C*
Club- W L. Pet are go- grain neutral spirits. 15% straight whiskey 6 years old 25% straight whiskey 1 pearl.**.
Bob's Spurt Shop .. 3 1 .750 ing ahead by leaps and bounds, Soccer-interest in which is heightened by heavy bens and by ..................- W..N M
Sonar -- .'with factories and schools etc. nationally-played pools which make new "millionaires" (in termsof 1 -- .- - -- -
Schuo 3 2 .600
-11.1k...lii Jeeyeb 2 3 .400 I Looking backward: down oardner.on .the there South is the as lire) WE'ekly-is constantly expanding its audience.

Independents .;|... 1 3.250, ;is' backward-the.lookerklpwner. Most cities in the Soc(({ big-> -
Class ")S"League s-I gtV-that j t time_now find their.stadiums) they| / Got A Terrific Beating. .

ClubW.; L. Pct.. If I was 'way up'in politics, I biggest of whicn, will hold 60,000 Electric Train
Sbnar School __._ 5 0 1.0001 sure would edge over there to ,
too small for topflight -
(r spectators I
Elk Club 4 1 .800, that idea of the South that the I
Junior Varsity 2 3 .400 State savvies more about runningits I attractions. For UralsMOSCOW
H-arhfomb-r Jewelers 1 4 .200 own local affairs than does I Teams are divided into three'; 0 l/
Biiliv's Drive-Ins 0 4 .000 I Uncle Samuel up there far awayon big classes A, B,.and C. Top ;I -oP>-The first elec- r
I the Potomac dippin' in as a crowds are drawn by the 20
jack-of-all-trades across the land I teams of the "A" class. They tric passenger train has started
Sports CalendarSKATING from Boston to Seattle and cross- meet each other twice in the season operation in the Urals. Although
wise. which extends to June 1949 ,, electric locomotives have beeni
The main threat hanging over in their schedule covering 40 I j i I used for some time On electrified
BiyvUw Park. this fair U. S. A. is a misty affair Sundays. Week-day holidays are',
Night sections of Urals trackage, passenger -
FRIDAY to sfome northern folks-it is socialism used to playoff postponed
7:30 to 9:00 p.m. via big govt-but in the matches.. i iChampIOnship I trains continued to run
South those people, they been team for the last on steam. It is now announcedin
used to sniffin' out coon and possum three years has been the pome- "Izvestia" that between Chel
TENNISBar in the middle of the night, so i granate-jerseyed "Devils" of the I yabinsk and Zlatoust electric
!." Park. Afternoons sniffin' out socialism and tree- Turin. Runners-up ,last season I
and Nights ing same comes easy to them. were Milan Thiestina and Ju- I passenger trains arc already run- 1

Daily play D:1ckward-the South-my eye. ventus (of Turin). ning.
new plays this season. This year the tournament finds I
SIIUFFLEBOARD Yours with the low down, the Turin team again in first 1 Outstanding Argentine playing'!

(Bayview Park) JO SERRA. place, followed by Lucca and now is Pcsaola of Rome.
Daily play. I Genoa's International which are: At the end of every annual
tied for second place. tournament rhe two leading
Catches PheasantOn Four big Italian cities have two teams of the "B" class move into
f BASKETBALL teams in the "A" class: Turin the "A" class, while the two last
High School Gymnaium Walk (Juventus and Turin), Milan (In- I ones of the "A" are degraded into
(Night) City :; ternational and Milan) Genoa "B" class.
(Samp-Dona and Genoa) and This year Palermo and Padua
TUESDAY LONGMONT. Colo.-(/P-Har- Rome (Lazie and Rome). I I teams moved up and are doing
7.00; Billie's Drive-Ins vs. old Dawson was walking along a Turin provided nine players in well. The Sicilians won their
Beachcomber Jewelers.8.00Independents downtown street when something the match with England and ten ( first seven matches. 1
vs. Bob's. struck his hat. He made a quick for the Italo-French contest in A complicated system of rating Gerry Barnes recalls as be fall into a trap while tryingto
Sport Shop. grab for the hat missed it, and Paris last year. teams by regions also lets strong solve one of the most baffling cases of intrigue mayhem .
': 9.00: -Junior Varsity vs. Elks felt his hand close around a '. Each "A" class team has the j class "C" teams move into class and murder ever to come his way. This is but a
Club. struggling feather leg. right to enlist three foreign I "B"
; I sample of what happens as you read the
TINRSDAY7:00Sonar- The leg belonged to a pheasant I players. Thus International j Players get 50.000 lire a month
School "B" vs.Billie's which had somehow been flushedfrom bought Nlers from Hungary, J -$35-plus fat bonuses paid by "elr \cicsfeatiiresScrial .Sfory
DriveIns.8:00Independents. the doorway of a store I while Juventus got Hansen from ; the team's directors. HighestI
: vs. Pol- across the street. No one was Denmark and Jordan from Brit I priced Italian footballer is Ama-
luck' Jewels. able to explain the bird's mysterious I ain. Negotiations are going on to I del whom Rome sold to International MURDER GETS AROUND
'IJ.OO-S..nar School "A" vs. business jn this city,:but I buy Sweden's .Karlenson for Turin of Milan at the beginningof
tiob's Sport Shop. Dawson said later: "It cooked'-u i !! *Juventus. I the 1943-49 seosi'n- 'for the C.onnnenring Thursday in The (.;,;:" "
as nice as a country pheas- Argentine players have always equivalent of10,000.000 lire
Sv6seribs To The Citizen. .. I helped Italy's "A" class teams. ($65,500).


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SOCIETY NEWS lifi NOTHING I Coming Events wonder why it is thaI fat I For .

I : men are always, good natureoV i Study
., MUX mare: CULCY till SPECIAL WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22- -Probably because it' takes : I

DI The Citizen Office-51 Br NINA I I Navy Wives Club No. 88 'Turkey I them so long to get mad clear !I iTeacilcrs S
I 11UIU2). i" luncheon; Noon, N.C.C.S. through ,
Duval Street .
__ ----- -f: I I MOSCOW-{* -The MiIIC4y I
-- ., UH' Bingo party. South Beach Restaurant -
8 nu, sponsored by of Education ef the fcnaiin tfcff r
this will be p.
Mary Kenady Raker Becomes Bride Today space devoted -I Navy Wives Club No 88. ( America) I I pubbe has new d, to the subject of errors on the school have netpedagogical
teachers wh hi4
Proceeds to TuberculosisFund. Erie A. Johnston president of
Of llert Eugene Robert In Lovely society page, and how they occur I I the Motion Pictures Producers educaiiwi med W. I

"lluh." I can hear people Christmas party. sponsored by : Asso. born in Washington D. C.. | special ceursea.
: ; "why not something Ladies Auixiliary of VFW, 8'' The courses give.i the.
Candlelight; Ceremony On Dec. 8th saying I :52 yean ago.., "
II will interr < their
eo'I worthwhile like how NOT to p. m. at VFW Hall. Muller In- not f t.si4
Dr. Herman J of
U a .bfta .! trosMral Dowers The bride make errors*"* I agree, except THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23rd- N'14 i and will be partly emve pa 1
was becomingly: attired I ,diana*University', biplogist, Nobel
beautiful candlebcht. home for the small and inconsequentialfact 1 Annual Community Christmas < dence course Special aftee4
..iiMtftg tuik place at the horn I I beige in gabardine a dressmaker suit of that I don't know how to go i r Tree Program, 3 p. m.. Bay- pniswtfcBef 58 rr 'in 'New York' I.!'' stated by Ta*. w4Ni .he see1
with whiteac- I ___ City. years ago. .
to teachtiMi The degfri
.I the brtde'a parents. Mr. and .... An about NOT making errors. i view Park. Program to be i biolugy
NfL Waher K. ask.,. .I-J p..enI I. orchid corsage completed Personally, I think errors are announced later. Glenwood John A. ,Kennedy of Charleston J f provided that teachers with tse4

tana Dr _. Wednesday evrnmc.r MIB, her costiAne. Her attendant. caused by the small mischievous I Sweeting chairman, committee W, Va., broadcasting ( ''dee 15 years work must take MMapeofied
>.........r Ilk, when their daughter Mary Knowles waa'alsoIn l leprechauns that infest all news- I from City Recreation 1k pany head born in' St, 'Oft-j'I courses we I
M_ Mary Kenady Ifeker be.awie a beige costume with match paper offices. Sometimes there Department. : :Minn., 50 years ago. with over IS years of we.rkt4

Hie ferule. of Urrt Eugene pink ing accessories.carnations. Her Mr. corsage was I honestly seems no other possible I Meeting Boy Scouts, Troop 52, i Irenee Du Pont of the noted I.I their credit would be expeetec
lUfcerts in aa imprnaive duuble- was explanation for an error. I hear St. Paul's Parish Hall. 730: I company born'in' Wilmington 72 to studY by themselves to i .h
attended by hu brother R. F. ,
Bf eerenwny The Rev Robert Roberts.A all right and I see all right I p. m. Guest speaker. Eagle years ago. I I prove_their quabfh ;it "f ._ .

W...... pa Urf .rf Ley Memorial reception folowed the speak English. These three thingsI I Scout Oscar Boza, Army Air Dr. Ira S. Bowen of the California -
ceremony -
M OM** t rhwrrfc otfl a...... The at the home of the groom's share with most ladies who visit Corps. Institute of Technology, as- :

........ was performed in the parents,; in Southard street. After me at my desk.They will give mea Meeting, Ladies Auxiliary tronomer physicist, director of BINGO j
"........, ef the immediate ami- the traditional rotting of the nice-story, and I painstakingly !.I VFW. 8 p. m. at VFW Hall. the Mount Wilson Observatory_

Set and ...... relatives.The three tiered wedding cake by the write it all down usually check it i I born at Seneca Falls, N. Y. 50 CASH PRMESi

fcvtnc ruom of the bride'shwne couple, delicious refreshments of with them for accuracy, and we .' Mrs. Grace CroshyHas years agn.Clyde .! Sponsored by Nary Wivet/

was beautifully deruratedwfc punch, ice cream and cake were part amicably. I'I' T. Ellis, executive man I Club No. M /
a background of gardenias. served to a large number of Five hours later she isn't speak Visitors ager of the Natl. Rural Electrification -

..... and pear* bougainvillaea friends and relatives who called ing to me and neither is anybody ; I Cooperative Asso.. born Wctlnrulay, life. 22&

and piiHMrttia &Anta. White gladMl during the evening else except to snarl because I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rice, accompanied ( ) Wirephoto via Radio from London Garfield, Ark.. 40 years ago. ; 11:00 1., II :110 "'..". %
somewhere along the line the HENRY PEARS FISHER. 30. son of the Archbishop of Canterbury -
were in front and The bride is a graduate of the I Congressman John W. McCor-
kaae s .* the same flowersbiared Nortonville High School. Norton- 'leprechauns or I have made an I by their three children I and his bride the former Felicity Sutton. 26-year- mack of Boston, born there. 57 South Beach ResLawantt
error. Sometimes it looks like Crosby Ronnie and Barbara old artist. leave the Church of Our Most Redeemer and
about the ruum. White Holy .
yule Kentucky, graduating with I years ago.Adam ; PATIO (End .. Simo..t;;
gladiuli were alau ud as decur- .. the class of 1944, and. has been the leprechauns and I collaborated have arrived from Ashe- St. Thomas. Chelsea. London. Saturday. after their marriage L. Gimbel of New York, AliPzoceedsGoTo : .in te dirur* ruum the b.I I I, employed as postal clerk at Poin-! because the error is a honey ville, N. C. to spend the holidayswith I in the Catholic faith. The Archbishop of Canterbury highest II noted merchant, born Vincennes, I I Tuberculosis Fund KSeasaKeaat I

Ue beta* ..ered with an hetriuum I ciana Station for the past four I and just have one accomplished person couldn't it alone.possibly Mrs. Rice's mother; Mrs. official of the Church of England. did net attend. but the I Wis.. 55 yeats ago. ,
tare cfcMh. Sewn i
branch I years. Mr. Roberts son of Mr. groom's mother and five brothers e present -
Grace at the latter's homeon
........***. Koiomc tall white ta I and Mrs. Frank Roberts is a In all seriousness, let me say Crosby ___ I
*.. KfMed' rhe of I that no one more sincerely regrets Ashby street S l Jht* W % OtHI
| *- as the 'graduate Key West High
fend*.! ...,.., t"k their place be I School a veteran of World WarII a mistake in a story more The Rices make a visit to Key A REAL OLD-TIJIER-WITII TilE RAIROAD L COUPON WOITH J4J? 8jI

fere HVe imaM I altar which ...1 I and an employee ef the Key than I do. Despite my harebrained West every year to visit Mrs. I NKW. STREAMLINED rttKUSS .1.1I

....r.d wrtfc wvwt* .tan : West f Post Office since returning I appearance, I am one of the Crosby and while here Mr. Rice I
poJin'j most conscientious women alive BALL POINT PEN
wtHa*. I from military service. and above all things, any error does a great deal of fishing,!

which his .
-- ---- --- --- -- --- that I make is never a maliciousor is hobby.Sawyer I K WITH A ii TIA WUTTCN SLUiCE fOUCTWUTES

Jr- llonm* Woman's Club HeldChritlmas vicious one. I
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Even if I had any leanings in Post To 1

that direction which I haven't, k.k I, I -
l'lIrlLlI."t Thursday let anything like that I TO 3 YEARS WITHOUT IE!ILUNfttiuM
try in
Meet TomorrowThe .. .. .. .........
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the public print and I would very r I p-- mew ... ...t pie nUt ides.. ............... .e.oea-
The Huw. 1IO VarelaS4re Consuela
Wesley Jiminez, Ofelia John- I be of ... leek. tmcl ... MeSee S oo
shortly out the public print : regular meeting of Arthur tee's wreleS. teeS y &L.-=
.. with ita gaily lighted |' I =.. sse, ,Uschael pI.Mlo-bsfl'i. I4M too. LooSe !* S $
Cfcrfcilmai wan, Haydee' Martinez, Ernestine and probably also out of town, in I Sawyer Post No. 28 American ;e' ce .._ ___-- Med sites Shed III sMe. burp_ 5oo...
tree was the scene of I I I I Martinez. Louist Milord, Rosemary twenty-four hours. Legion will be held tomorrow M a"ea k( P.eds poo atICentra1

a rUiMe Uvt4r WwfTs event when Club the held Wesley their I I,I Murguis Dulce Perez, Es- Just as in everything else on .I night at 8 p. m. at the American .: $ Pharmacy, White at Diviaioi I
earth there certain element : -- -- -
is a Legion Home on Stock Island. .
annual Ctotttmaa lastAfter tells Rias, Idolidia Rodriquez,
of humor in an error. One thing Details the annual Christmas
i on -
........ $ bnuntifulr. _
iwg a
Salmero. Rachel Sanchez
always strikes me as tremendously party to be held at the Naval ( .
.***. were- exchanged and Roberta Smith, Josefa Solano, funny. To practically everyonein I I. Hospital on December 24th will Knock Yourself Out? Call 9219
picture of the group were taken Sarah Spencer, Mayfield -
Taylor, Key West who arrived here be piven. The committee consists: __ : ; Place Your Order Voir for
beCarW CHe. \
Blanche Torres, Zoila Vidal Ol- AI.
earlier than yesterday morning, of Joe Metzger, Paul Mesa and ::
Th>.. prearnt were the Mesamea ga Splinter and a former member I am known simply as "Nina. Jack Saunders. E Delivery Christmas Morning

.. Adeteda Acevedu Ruth who nor lives in Tampa However, the moment I make an _
EaMwr. Myrtle Bowery. Anna | Mrs. La Fay. Also present were error on by some swift, : Table Ready Baked CHICKENS and TURKEYS. Sruifad
my page -
flam... 0...,. Castro Marie, E>- I I the Misses Lottie Green and Mane secret an dstrange alchemy, I become The Weather : with Old Fashioned Dressing and Plenty of Giblet GriffDUFFY'S
... ......
.. .r. Fernamirc. Ob- i Frakes as well as little Miss "Mrs. Guley," even; to people
dilN Oereta, Nathana Gutteirez. Nancy Lee Smith. I've known for years. Sometimes FORECAST '

-- whole week be-
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Key West and Vicinity: Partly
l""lit. Auxiliary Of VFW' To fore This I become "Nina" again. cloudy with scattered showers I HIAEVERN.j
chastening affectsme
process 400
today and becoming partly :
keenly, and I begin looking
Hold Christmas Tomorrow cloudy to clear tonight and Wednesday -
Parly- around for data on possible female Slightly cooler tonight VI") Wirephoto I .SAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM

.,... Lai.i.s Auxiliary if Vet- .. receiving a Christmas wrapped Trappist retreats. By the Gentle to moderate variable I;._,W.; SCHOFIELD (left). 87; gets a 70-year service emblemS

.*.... *f Wars, P .t KJff. Punch and Cookies were no time such I have things discovered the whole there business are wipdsjBpstlx( ,*outherly, gradually ;. day in Nashville Tenn.. from' W. S. "Packworth..president
;. served, and members attending veering to west and northwesLFlorida "of the N. CrsTs't.:C Railway. Scnof kid says"hVll keep righton
la be huMrate at a Christmas blows over, I am no longer in disgrace fr.
the party were the MesdamesI : Partly cloudy through working as freight traffic agent in the Chattanooga office. "

Party ta be held at the VFW I a n e s s a Saunders, Auxiliary and things sail along Wednesday except increasing __ ._ .__ n__ __ _. __. ,- _\1.r...:.:... ,

HaH an EN****** street. Wednes-l I Idi4. II[ president; Nell Haury, Florence smoothly the again-for a active time, until cloudiness over extreme north .-.. ...r(. "" ." .--.-..,r.t 4Il. ,\
I leprechauns get .
Drrentbcr Mnd, totiturrow. |i Solomon Mary Cruz and Vera portion Wednesday. Warmer <'. 5 I" \ ..'",_ '
at IMtO p. ... her Post members ''Wood. I north portion today. ': 'J.: : \ 4 )

.... t....... FaIIeLY..taqdey i: The regular semi monthlymeeting Officers Wives Jacksonville thru the Florida VA CANENI"I r : ,

the members were of the Auxiliary will be Straits and East Gulf of Mexico: a' } CI

.wajr deewaftnc the Hall for the held on Thursday of this week at Club Instead Of Gentle to moderate variable

,.$,. at which. aHts will be ex- ., 8:00: p. m. at the Hall winds mstly south to southwest I ., /iJ _

fan_ and refreshments willi!I At the last meeting which was Navy Wives ClubIn thru Wednesday Partly cloudy VUOooDIIfaJrNSTOMACH 4 < .
he avtved. A large attendance by jmtmtirtt j I held on December 9th.) the 13th weather. '. ,

and. their children is District presiut-nt, Mrs. Bernice the article Jacksonville to Apalchicola: No
in -
rsyrttdThe. Shuman, and 13th District color- Citizen appearing yesterday's the small craft or storm warnings AILMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS, .

AwxwWjr held a hospital bearer. Mrs. Edith Conley, both Gray Ladies Monthly regarding Birthday havejieen issued.REPORT RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS I

party laM Thursday the ICth in a of Miami were visitors to the Party, it was inadvertently stated II and such complaints es Headaches, Nervousness, Acids Toxlas, Bo t..
lug Lack of Vitality, Energy Poor Appetite Underweight Dizzy Spell*._
.art M the Naval H was played each winner official visit and inspection tour. Drugless Health I Read What They Say!: .1
I. nished the ice cream for the (Observation taken at City Office. I
I REGARDLESS of bow long you
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party. 8:30 am. EST) have been a sufferer,and bow many I
1 Since the inception of these ', Temperatures medicines yon have tried before,
Prizes Award PoindextersReturn birthday parties, it has been the I I Highest yesterday h. 83 I. you can now hope for relief if yon

aNavy> practice of the Officers Wives Lowest last night ... 75 I try CEO-MINER\L, the wonderful f
mineral aid. Feel and enjoy the results
ChildrenIn I ForHolidays Club to furnish the ice cream, Mean .________ 79 one week after you start taking \

and the same applies to the partyas I I Normal _m ._.__._______uum_ 70 it GEO1M1NERLcomes from
llvst Conduct held last Thursday. PrecipitationTotal t the earth Nature's laboratory.
I Contains NO alcohol. NO preservatives -
This error is much regrettedby last 24 hours .OC) in;. NO oil. NO harmful drugs, '
Captain J A. arrrll. Jr.. commanding Chief and Mrs. George E. Poin- your society editor, and more Total this month 1.76 ins. NO dope is NOT habit forming. '

Officer of the) NavalStation. '' dexter, together with their than usual care will be taken in Excess this month53 ins. Contains ONLY Nature's minerals for,

w.H award prin .- daughter Bonnie Lee, and twin the future to avoid such errors. Total this year 47.88 ins. the rheumatism oldest most, arthritis reliable kidney remedy and
Excess this year 10.17 ins. stomach ailments highly recom-
,mnrnmc to school children : sons. Randy and Ronnie, have Visitors Here Relative Humidity. mended by the medical profession.FOR .

4 Naval IVraunnrl who were :: arrived in Key West to spend the 8:30 a. n. THOUSANDS of years ever '

winners In the contests fur Best !I Christmas and New Year holidays From WinooshL; 85% since medicine Hipocrates minerals was and tbe other father nat-of ,

'* here. Barometer ural medicines were a reliable rem
Gbrwturt, and for "Bnt 1"
Monl'l' edy for most of our common ail
(Sea Level). 8:30 am.
Puindexter the former
tor" The two contests .Mrs. is Vermont ments. GEOM1NIRLwill enrich _
30.00 ins .10159 mbs.Tomo.row' .
and temmatrd, Dec IS Harold Pinder. 1107 Southard Visiting in Key West for the Sunrise 7:06: a.m, suffer from nutritional anemia. --==.
The rumfetition for the rov.-1 and the Pomdexter family winter season are two-young men nervousness, lack of vitality and
street, Sunset __ _._ ....._ 5:43 p.m. "ii'
led |ir..r. was exceptionaly has been living in Washington, from Winooski, Vermont, Donald Moonset m_ .. 12:15 am. energy do for see what. ,: .; I I.-

reMikwc ui a very dc_. almost I I ID. C. for the past three years Piche and Frank Papillo. Winter-Solestice Dec 21 you.Amazing Results AA_'____,._0\__.__,t' __ ---
p.)*.t. fMmh. rare During the I where Chief Poindexter has been They expect to remain here un- "We not only ell Geo- l1Deral'- '

PPTH.| .f mpetition' it was mestin I!I stationed ti early in March, and express men:MEDICAL and women retards over 33 show suffer 65 from of says G.'t Drug A. Littlelleld Store, Gastonla., Manager N. Cf otkmith -
< ta note how well lIar fhil-I I The Pomdexters tare staying themselves as very much nutritional mineral-iron anemia. "but as pharmacists, we know food RecdHarlonl
oren behaved, how cacti and wv- I with Mrs. Pinder for the holidays pleased with the Island City and (Naval Base) When you feel nervous dull, tired medicine better than,and Geo-MinerU wt believe there a. a supplement is none-

rrytme was trying tu bead the I i and will be glad to welcome their general tropical atmosphere here. Tomorrow lazy have dizzy spells, no ambitionto for mineral deficiency. Doctors,
I (F.astern Standard Time) work or play, a poor appetite vain
sanatorium know the
.Heaehday friend their; visit.; A brother of Frank Papillo, Jo- hospitals
many during Low when your eyes lack that bright of natural minerals. Wear. not .ur- Steiiiiig
In the 'IttI'It..t fur Beat Behavior seph Papillo was stationed in High spark and your mind brilliance, prised at the many uiers who earn
the feat prize was won by I I Key West at the Section Base on I r 1:48 a.m. 8:47: a.m. when headaches get the best of you, back to buy more and told ui starlet
Want 3:03 8:54 and feel old before your time, of amazing benefit., We recommend It
: you
d"ughtc."r..f Many the S. S. Non, which ship is now p.m.
Sally Goodman. I and life seems not worth bring to our friends, relative, and beloved
OHfimanuVr andIrs.. Rein .1 in a northern port with worry wearing you down-it ones and to every on. wishing for
I I ,
TIDE DATA health. .ah..J.
Oojdman. Anne Millner daughter "The ZIessilh"was ADDITIONAL may be simply !t_ !minerals.I In better Pea. .

elf Chief Petty Office and i B.P.W.ToGivc (Reference StationKey Tuna: Height West of) i' your then what GLOOll.MJiAL.need.RHEUMATISM IS springs. Watch your eliminationfrom 1,11_.....ngta.&.. ttwfttu,.ooue S.C. .f..._ 5.... ,..-, a-- '..._
nfl] bowels a day or two after -
M... J D MtUner was a closeatTund. } i Repeated ar th r i t Is are your black
StatiooTide [high water using it. The waste as
while Margaret Ay res.daufhUY I Ii dreadful diseases. Acid coddition in the color of shoes will start to .
of Chief Petty Officer ; It believed, after the Old People'sParty Bahia Honda the blood Is often their cause. What break away,your and yon will SEE it! Into the creating of roflt' wef./ UlJlrt

and 14,.. J T Ayr**, won the i splendid presentation of "The I (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft ands could of be years the remedy minerals? For have thous-been Also examine your urine. You may ( patterns ,I.k. "hcw by the loaned ...*. 4,

...*... prue R tMt"t'k.. daughter -i Messiah" by the Key West Com I TonightIt No Name Key used to relieve the pain and suffering see impurities of-poisonous waste, relieving -' I '.1 'I( '1' !
out kidneys .
i east end) _+2h 20m coming your sflversmnhj tKe .*- ..... .. ea*
.f Lieutenant and Mrs. O S. munity Singers last week at the I ( of these ills. People, on the advice yon.And then realize the price- Barton go -
the.I Methodist Church, that a has been announced that the I Boca Chica of their doctors, to to mineral less value of GEO-MLNERAL. f'
Meek determined" to be First ,. Ie'ord buM e ef a
was find relief The es.yand
springs t* cure or t M r prestige vp
test monitor during the period ,i repeat performance would oft I Health and Safety Committee of (Sandy Point-Oh 40m I late President Roosevelt used to go 100% Guaranteed! 1 '

.f the ('attest.Anui4arr. given this week at the the Business and Professional I Caldes Channel to Warm Springs in Georgie. He WE URGE everyone to try GEOMINERAL. 0 quart* Jlfcffctf Jlo

rontwt will be started School. High'l Woman's Club of Key West, un- I (north end) _-f2h 10mf 1.4 ft was there helped twice or a year.Wonder would. not have (one .Do not hesitate one me- show' them to you Budge* .P*** o-rl.At..
.,.... the oprninc uf school in However, it has now I der the direction of the chairman aGo Minerals ment. Go to your drug store now.
will be terminatedat vealed that this oratorio will not Mrs. Stell Ciesinski will tonight NOTE: Get one bottle. Use it one weeks If
January and 100 cent satisfied,
t. you
until Thursday eve- have the Christmas Party at the (--Minus sign: Correctionsto I YEAR after year. people
school It again will refund
the enl of the year appear mineral springs and spas, to drink we your money.
.la antmpatrd that the same keen' ning January 20, when the event Old People's Home. be subtracted. and bathe in their miraculous water REGARDLESS of bow long JO* Beachcomber
interest wrtl be displayed among will take place at a local church Gifts will be presented to the i (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to I We have all heard of the won- have been suffering and bow many. The
medicines lIne tried
drous springs of Lourdes, France you : before
.*.. rruldren during the forth Many inquiries regardingrh old folks and refreshments will be added. I and famous Thronion in ancient GEO-MINERAL may be the remedy -.

amincoMr t as dunn the contest Messiah" have been made of be served. Musical entertainmentwill I ; Greece where, according to legend, you need .
ust tl'd. your society editor since last be furnished by Mrs. Eleanor Robert Douglas born in Scone. Hercules,the god of eternal strengthand TRY it today! It may do wonders Jewelers and SiIt''r.suiihs;
| week by persons who missed the Dowski and Mrs. Eva Gibson. Scotland, was a student of fruit youth, drank its waters and for you-and be the best investment
I for health. Make you feel, eat.
bathed to be forever
fmpkaoeAeur u obtained from presentation last Friday, and also chemistry and In 1912 was ableto GEO-II: ER.\L contains young. min sleep, work and enjoy lif. better.
the reel of the cassava plant a by persons who, having heard it Korea about as big as Idaho I extract and prepare commercially erals you get at the worlds best GEO-BIINEBAI:1 bottle lilt S for$... Headquarters tor Watch sad J.w"ry .cos'e

tuud staple throughout the tropical once, are desirous of hearing it has a population of some 25 mil the fruit ingredient pectin, CENTRAL PHARMA(-{-Key West. Florid. -

) wwu. once again. lion. which, makes fruit juices jelL 1 I L Mail. rtm to above add rets-ad J103 f c?pori ?. *"* v u-j I .. 1V





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Company will vacate the j /;, F. .

ises on January 1 It was prem-j I :"V"" ,,, '...",.' '\Lr. '. .
OF A FOOL #" ..,< On second and final j "
?. 3-1 vote with Mayor A.MaitlandAdams I rr .. .

.r BILL LEE dissenting liquor package'j t ._

r- ,_ licenses were granted to Louis

lnn.U.iit Truman' of Muruz, 1105 White street, andGeorge's
Ilse the I -
l /t..e White House at the Key Grocery, 1500 Newton
N.a street awti.;
Naval Da
** has
brought The dog ordinance
Mnw U the nation's highest iw for final reading defeated. x e
ti*.M h.g.aLeek r 7/
The ordinance provided a num-I .
l r**k it group of hightaakinj ber of requirements for dog owners

: Arm* Navy Brat Air such as purchase of identifi-.
officials all
general DradrwfalI. cation tags at a cost of $2 for
left Key West aftertptndmg male dogs and $3 for female
a week in a series ofroaferenm dogs and other provisions. Mayor
at the Little White Adams spoke against enactmentin
Heue-all presumably on the C its present form. The mayor
s recommendation' r T r- -----
of President said that the president of the _
Ttoman. ri4
a southeastern \
humane societies -
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The MitpurUnre of the confer had told the group that to "muz- -

.are. that have gune forward.t.y $ a zle a dog" ,, was not humane..
be. glen tn the fact tha a Adams also wante; -a provisionin F'f
jatbtnt was Md. ktrally, or ir the ordinance whereby the

garftng any state *them.r nattMnal. new*paptvs; ,ar. ..--...:. H public would not be "gougel by v>
unreasonable vetcnarian fees and i
The* were strtrtly "off thetowed. ._ __ ,:t.. ._... 'Ion_. 1- the like.
." M.*.t M nothing" might be Release Prisoners , about keen The Army .(W) Photo City commissioners voted to re-

Kavjr and Air Corp "big shots THIS COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS.TPEE Wii lease all in
et rnington. N. C. is regarded in some quarters as prisoners city jail at
imply. saM to..1 1 newamenavoIhffig theworld's biggesLIt is a living tree: and is decorated annually at Christmas time in Christmas time providing the C j
whatever about ciry-
wide celebration of the Yulelide. city manager approves each specific -
.... "'
1'01\I"' efI&"ft. I case, and to allow a leeway
go natoralry nothing was said .. for bars to :
--- -- -- -- ----- ---- remain open after the
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about the conference' Newsmenfeulwtar I legal closing hours on Christmas

that way-they do not I Tallahassee 1!f I Pair Arrested' I and New Year's Eve. .1
t T"anything about anything untO > I Anxiously Asking I To Draw Up Ordinance j,I : c :

they hare the sanction of I City Commissioner Louis Car-< :

ttr-ass those. rant involved.get that Uut kind the of treat-high About Type Of Weather For I For Stopnet ingI bonell Lester and City were Attorney authorized Ignatius to- ,/.*.. w.........-. ... V. w :. i il. I

...t la Washington for the draw A C-54 (top) overhead
,I up an ordinance whereby roars past a glider at West over Air Ferca ..... MASS. !.
I Barton p .eeaig a atiessth
new p pr inen there continually and Wilbur Fisher
any one tearing up the newly pick-up for use in the of nine
rescue airmen
stra aided ..
the and question and probe until Fuller Warren's ; mainland residents will' be ar- paved streets for emergency work the Greenland k* aav .+ U..e feaspr.
thegr eta. relea.* something. InaugurationIf raigned tomorrow before Peace would have to repair the streetsin down from the C-54 has a hook attached: to a COO.IMt tow rope ...... ...... ... -/ere flee.
There is one answer to that- ,Justice a satisfactory manner to the hook is designed to catch: a line stretched: betwe en two &
Ed Lowp nr T"v", ;",_ __ poles sad At4eh.< t* *e .... t4ssaa.
get away ram Washington. The It Doe cha-ges-i;: i city's approval. Crewmen gather in front of their
generals and the admirals knew I Not Rain, 1 two against them glider and pre pare the nylon tow rep b.4... blssy. teb.ts ss
Attorney Ignatius Lester and
about the Key West Naval Sta- Inaugural Parade Is 1!I i ISO MORE IIICCOUGIIS .t by Joseph agent Knight for Monroe state conservation Judge Thomas Caro were askedto I Alerd tow by a transport plane about to take off from Westover MI the. hrst .leg .4 th. ...... ...... L. j
ties They had heard the President I yesterday. meet and draw up an Hedvall (center facing camera) of Seattle is pilot .! the .H4r. PVC J.rra 1.-
The agree
duruM the site with them. Expected To He I a pva "stopnet" across allegedly a canal spread a ment whereby the charter .1 lanta Ga.. the mechanic: is in right foreground Behind him .* ttfhf Is C...... ..... c I
lie. .liked the privacy he could in boatmen of Key West would Buerke of Tampa. Fla.

enjoy her*-even *hen he went Greatest( III Florida j Cape caught Sable-Flamingo about area, and lease a portion of the Garrison ---- -- -
swimming. shrimp by I
Bight. The 1-------
4 a.vrial I.Ta*ritUrn I stopnetting them. The stop net agreement would '
KaturaNy when WORK
they sought { I then have to be presented to
TALLAHASSEE. Dec. 21. means to stretch
--Will across a stream
privacy they thought of Key such the city commissioners for approval I! (Continued from Page One)
West, M they flew here and it rain on inauguration I in a way as to let ''no sea "PUBLIC LETTER'The
con- day-I food or rejection. 'I sary and dental clinic at Building
escape. I
tatted when the reins of the y Don't Approve 8, U. S. Naval Station. ,
Irak Oh. the general and the ad ernment are officially handed to rest by James was Loftus.aided in the the Dade ar- Despite Commissioner Louis J' For the conversion of Building City Manager aDd -

a went swimming at 1rusnag Governor-elect Fuller Warren by county conservation Carbonell's urgent plea to allow I 230 to a Navy Chapel at the Key i City Commissioners:
Beach. a tiny strip of sand aGent. The the Lions Club to present "aston- West Naval Station the work!
at Old Fort Taylor You can' retiring Governor Caldwell, in a, Fishers were released under $250 ishing shows" the II'j Rumors that several me* are ... I ....t.r.wa. s...
measure failed! consisting orreplacements of ,
bonds each for exj j Building'Plumbing .
keep the boysrum enjoying celebration that promises to rival Lowe. appearance before when no commissioner would tenor siding; roofing, remodeling I&specter ate ..*...
The commission
themcelves la between conferenres the "greatest show on earth." I r second Carbonell's motion for) and repairs to interior, furnishing U awe e *f .W IM1ss _., _iewow

ran you? Although engineers of the permissian to allow the Lions pews, aitars, electric work and j question in plumbing and they eve soytuMisll r fc. eo..
State Division of Water I [' Apply>' To 1 Wed Club to sponsor the show. I painting. i in confirming any appointment YaM. .e SHM N MI prop:
The Christina spent has hit Survey(; i, The city commissioner soint- For construction of an inflam- ( iced against an ir Uvi4 .ol. iiicami III ...

all the component' parts of the and Research here brought the tr r f i An application for a marriage ed out that profits arising from I mable locker, paint spray booth.I' The Congress has prorxieo' .... Lr rep I'erliea.

Everyb. subject up they aren't sticking!;i ;11 ., 'V .. ; license was filed yesterday in the the show would go to create a and gas cylinder shed at the U. S. Therefore the man opp.asiled I r rig .
you go in the Naval Station their necks out. '-' office of County Judge Raymond 'blood bank in the city of Key I I Naval Hospital. | willing to cooperate with all people
the. Fleet Sonar School the I With thousands of Flondans : '1r.y"7o$.'- & R. Lord by Arthur II Williams, 'West. No blood bank is nowhere I
Antl submarine Development poised to descend on Tallahassee | ;.". ;' t I 24, of the U. S. Navy and Bessie and approximate cost of The idea that the suppression ;' {.4!> A. G ..((11iMt.
gUUon you notice fettle trees and for what is expected to be the .7 -: Lou Jones 24, of 714 Emma same would run from $1,500 to of private property and profit i|
wreaths, and other holiday featurn. State's greatest inauguration, and street. $2.000. making would eliminate the ecoi i
,. will include a three-hour parade. | !! _. I The commissioner pleaded with' nomic causes of war is fallacious*.*
L--: ..:!. ._.... ...A.U I I
At the Southard street Gate is three miles long and I Under the : .
a barbecue,i Seek DivorcesPetitions us colleagues to allow the show, competitive system the '
e Chmtinas tlt'e.U decorated. for 40,000 people with an esti- (W) Wircpholo > lie shown here for ten days., resources,, which constitutes the +I : r r .t .
Further do.n Southard street in mated $125,000.00 invested in the seeking divorces c told.of the good work being sinews of war are gathered in the 1 ."t tsrie ...ywna4 ..,....

the Naval. Station similar. trees whole affair the question loomsas PAULINE LUCAS. 32 of filed yesterday in the office wer o' one 'by the local Lions' club Of form of profits, and under communism I : ,N/r I'rr.ecigi.iw.a ,"T4tttr'lel I

have been erected in front of the an important one, and folks Waynesburg. Pa. smiles Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer 'rtv just recently one child in the same resources ; I ,.. ..... ..4 .... I
fcon of the varlew barracks as here allowed that the weatherman by Walter Stewart Beebe \ey ;West was taken to Johns would come into the hands of the : ,
veil. M garlands of twined holly. had better behave. IT in Montefiore hapPi.1 against Dorothy Mosier Beebe lop'vlns' hospital, and other hos- State itself with which to wage : I'serral ...., I ers&rd ..4IAyrdifN I

I fV .. on the water front of the Not willing to chance a prediction Pittsburgh where she is and by Sudie Ernestine E&tevez Mtals: at a cost exceeding $1,000 war. ; : .

I t ..,..a .B the submarines' thereM on the kind of weather I ering from a 'nerve* against Euclio Estevez. or eye operations. The commis- '
operation .
well as the other ships were to look for on January 4, Cot}. T. ioner pointed out that no child .
being decorated today Each sub G. Mathews Chief Engineer of ,that baited_ Ie.2. :dav _si,(ge ,_.TaveunLforrgerlySome Som' i Key West who needed glassesr / :

Me a p ec* of hotly on its peri theDivision,- dived into a ple- of hiccoughs.: Surgeons stop one of the Fiji Islands,uTexacllv an operation need fear for. ...- Called For
each has a Christmas tree thora of records and ic Lions' Club : Prescriptions
rape came up .ped the attack by crushing her under the 180th meridian, 1*> will provideor
I drew sled brtthantly in front of with some comforting figures. left hours east and west from Greenwich them. ."/ ,,
\ t Ike rutting lowers His search covered the second ; and. .right phrenic nerves. County Commissioner Gerald ,:
I The high masts of the USS through the sixth of January i( '-----, -- -- Saunders also spoke tof allow. and DeliveredGARDNER'S

\ .llowafd. Gtlmere big submarine going back 55 years. Those records lowing "astonishing shows"to 4
I tender, .has been decorated with show that in 15 of those' 21 ENTER CHRISTMAS come to Key West. Saunders NOW AMERICA'S FAVORITI :

; trees, and rigging Is hung with years it did not rain a drop in 1 told of the need for a "blood
Gu .. hoHy The other ships Tallahassee during the five day J I bank" in the city. Under the :
I have .... been brdecked.Tho period. In 14 of the years less! LIGHTING CONTEST present arrangement. if "blood" llltiM
>. members" of the crews of than a half an inch of rain fell! .. is needed here. it must be had
the ........ who must remain on the city on the selected five! from the Key West supply thatis
her* uring the Chnatmu.on :days inaugural week. I Compete For 8250 stored in Miami's blood bank. -PHARMACY-=
peat determined that the holiday There was a total of 194 days YEAR OFBEAUTYIs
shall. be remembered by every with no rain out of the 275 deys i Donated By Cora-Cola 8.-Clarence Higgs Sr, 517 -- THE fe m STORE
I I (tit of eW. in the 55 year early Grinnell street. .

findJ anuary period. I IfOllImg Company i 9.-L. E. Hears, 1916. Pint Go lb. FASTEST Way 1 1114 DIVISION STREET

I I Weld the resurfacing program For a longer period of 62 years Of Key 11'eFt street. NEW YORKWASHINGTON( ,1. G.ra.r yanla Str..1 PHONE 177
of the is tanned until -1862 through 1947-Rees Wil- I i 10. I {;J d ...
oMy next -South wind. George .Renna
The work t. be done l hams.' Division revealed -
IV. next Engineer, : Twenty persons have enteredI 1321 Simonton street .
I yeor .at unterta t. In many of the that an annual average of 3.89 I Christmas decorations in the I' 11-Marie Putnam, 84-2 Poin- y,,,, s Wawrs,,sawr. .

etmls sew eo must first be laid of rain has fallen on Tallahassee lighting contest being ciana. ( ,,, In uiul
conducted .ii Nrr Iliir I. trI
i before the streets" be SWP HOUSE PAINT \ V4rrf...t -/
may reiiartsttd. in January Only April May I by the Junior Chamber of Com- 1 12.-G. Hastings Adams. 2705
""t.. a problem that October, and November have melee, with prizes totaling $250 Staples avenue. 31 Cities NOW rmi visa tilt I
I in 1 12 States
wMl -hve to be worked out by lower averages. Morerain fallson donated by the Coca Cola Bottling i 13.-Mrs. J. }{. Hendrix 803: Whites are whiter...colon BABY D@LLSBahy
flrijr Manager Ralph D. Spaldlag the capital city on an average film
Company of Key West. Truman avenue. '. more beautiful I Honest
During each of the other seven The list 1 1I 14 thickness with smoother
complete of contestants -Floyd G. Jones, 717 White y..
The tag tMng fc that Greene months.In .. Coos. 1 ; "
I follows: ; street glossier surface.SWP keeps .. Ti"T"1 :: xnil 11"
street was the last thoroughfare concluding Matthews did i. 1.-P. B. Roberts 1211 South j) 15.-Rev. J. B. Reid, 619 Wil- FLY WITI c.ut -..e. ItS "freshly painted" look
tepaved. tittt year And the pave offer the cautious observation street ;i liam street. one year longer ( Doll Just the thtaf. Ur thai ....... Una O..

mc.t was not up to the standard The record shows that we have 2.-M. J. Horee. 3071 Seiden- ;!. 16.-Mrs:C. T. Albury 532'i ; than before I Sparkle I'liii" !}. >:;.'>U ritrtKH. !* atiaaaai
ot th* asphaM laid on the other good winter weather in Talla- j' "1
berg Avenue I
sreets.; so naturally there had to hassee. ;j. 3.John W. Spencer. 910 Eliza- I, Duval 17.-Mrs.street.Edward Up-Stairs.Graham, 407 iiml' iMe ; Thompson Enterprises, Inc human). 81 l.9.:>. "ililun'' is i ill. Itr t'1I.'I j. ...... _4

be a number of complaints .bout beth street. i i Whitehead street. tae j Hardware Division : Also A Lovely Assortment el DflCMY I OLii, MoM M l115.

the* sHuattonO e m street is infinitel NEW CAPITAL '!. 4.-Peter T. Knight 1207 Wat- j 18.Chino Hernandez, 2320 Phone 886 Ann'ri,'.111 I IMT. >in.ikr 'I!ruin. >&'*.*'& .N*! I"OI*>..$
) Ca'1105::1 travel :!it
better than it was." said a city (Continued From Page One) son street. } Harris avenue. 0' year I'1fnt ...: ./ (Plus $*,, l.r
time Commission in March. At : 5.-Mr*: Baker 508 Grinnell 19.-Mrs. Mamie Osterhoudt i SHI f I win tI WILLIAMS.:l'ft-'il
I stretehed today to "A punt Greenesttrrt was ,that time no approval was givenfhe r street. J I 1520 I Gnnnell street. I.ionrl Suilili Fii: iiir, rtiniil| ..!.. . .......

I repay agency said there had to bet ,! 6.-Harry Saunders, 915 Wash- 20.-Gerald H. Adams, 276"i ; Moilrl. r..fl.: .. Will
We > .
\ mere neatly out ot ington street. I > . ..r/1M..

; Material. We would have had U. nortgage reduction and in interest the ,amount and better of 'rh6re 7.-Thus. Quintana.* 206 Olivia; 1 Staples 21.-Gene: avenue.Otto, 534 Eaton UQCNOS--- Lapel Pin s.ts-en4 0ttt.He .4 MM afar M.M
send to Miami. lor another load I \"
III asphalt You cant order a .\, -side facilities at both Key street. .. street.'t. '\\\'\ Wmul..r.tfl| SU. M.IMI:$ I 11..r I'etiatl..i ....>w
ATest and Havana. --- --- -- -- --- -- -
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-Sw the *s.Ncs.t. l wa4 stretched ,: \\.t / PLiMir! DMir-; . x1.114 ttal..l .....

sill .* far M K would go. and It is a.good idea to wash broccoli CLOSING NOTICE 1iI1 l'l.i-HY To> (;!,." Inriuliirr. .rl.l ...| Mj..MIINnrr .
in warm water chang-
Ireene street
was ",*vt'd. It *
Ui l
f I pot .. eud as the other streets ng the water four or five times. In order to allow our employees time to enjoy the Christmas Kit a. (t'}c .HIM. .Nr k.... M I t*

rrpavett but M .to far better than so will that be removed.any insects in the. heads i i Weekend, we are closing Thursday Noon until Monday Morning COMIMM. sell nrl; .. >"<%."!:% t.. tI' | |1.4$
M ..*.. It WM a gift to the city- i GAMES OF ALL TYPES reit AU. AOCB
w w r knew where they are away after producing; them t, -: -TODAY- Deliciously fresh and ?>"w Don't t Forget the Most Important CW-MOTHER
magically from hat at the
....... in Key West* 0i my
i "say' ...... alma to find rabbits rshow' for the children. I need, '.' ,. WINDOW FRAMES creamy advance smooth I Order in r' e ,;:M Eft.... :\.u. It..r. $ U.)3: : (,ciII.nT ..ea "., ..., i
t them right away. Can anyone from your store '
f duck umeune, cvuld get a couple of !help me find a pair of them"s |!, or Sealtest Milkman, t Waffle *I2.i5h I: 1 .**<.**$

i ChteJ Marvin Kline of the USS : WITH BALANCES-Excellent New Quarts only. (tr+o -oir'ohoRd' ) r e&t AiiKiuiutir. TIM-IIT. . J' IK."*: kt Wtt.NM
Stock :
I .yyyyyyyyyy.yyyyyyy. When Bought With Windows .
i l ilitmure want a pair of THONG ARM BRAND COFFEE Port.aHhrr *:2t!!.- X :':Ui.'l.:; I U rmrr. *T .#S tOUR

fir magic a couple act tw.of .duck going to to use put in and on a I I nilUMl'H ; $2.50 Each T/azic..aiuiu \ SELECTION UP TO IS COMPLETE GROWNUPSTROPICAL :' tOft WANT

for the benefrt of Navy COFFEE ,
afeUiaa children at the Navy: -

yard.t. oWt seem to find anytabbiU MILL at :I STRUNK LUMBER YARD ; 718 DUVAL STREET TRADER POMt I_
hH.- said Chief Kline J ill Grocer !
TELEPHONE 818. A Quu! iJIIf"" (11vra Ltrr* f.t; rning I'a41'1 '..:
them to e "
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