The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 22, 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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TOKYO. Dec. 23 (Thursday)*-On* minute after mHda1yht
). 411. Thinks Season t I j WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. -. I former and
mier Tojo and six other Japanese including generals
Santa Claw will appear for the Will Be Good !I L Paul G. Hoffman Marshall Plan j'i iI I Bery! flcmey, a.Navy- enlisted admirals were hanged in succession.
t children of the city tomorrow. i administrator, announced today .I They had been tried .by an international
fined $500 -this
man. was morn-
15e ela! .e Tk* Clll_.. !i that further aid to Indonesia had 1
At 3 p. m. tomorrow the Com I court tumfndmg rep*
by Judge Thomas S. Caro of
nwntty Chrtetma tree will be in MIAMI Dec 22. Florida's
I ljrvtw Park. Santa Claus will winter season should be as pros- I!! military action of the Dutch : charges against him of reckless i had been found guilty of Having

appear' on a ftre truck and will perous as any other year since against the natives in that coun- : driving and causing an accident committed or .wt.-..
dfetrtfewte bat I of randy to every the war, and perhaps a bit better:I I try. I II Heiney was accused of causingan But Cabinet against capture servwefiwf ol
"htte child that appears there. than the average of the last three I i I 1 A cablegram; explaining the! accident involvingfour cars at other nations.
years according to National Air- 'action, was sent to the Dutch. the end of Boca Chica Bridge on The trial dragged over ewe anJ
Then at 6 p. m. a Community one-half and .hundreds of
Holland Overseas highway on November
lines' New York. premier in i .
Chrt_ tree for the colored top in i!I The Dutch or Netherlands gov (. 23< with resulting injury to him- I Members Speak thousands of words of I lotiai.'mi:
children will be held at Douglass On a quick visit to National'sheadquarters : ernment had said that it had self and to Leon L. Edwards, Raleigh -j were printed Toj and tilt other

huh Srtoool Bags of candy and in Miami, Thomas I been taking only "police action" N. CTestimony. defendant had been (ivvn every -
fruit writ be distributed to the A. Prevost assistant vice president 'I in Indonesia to quell possible up- ,; showed Heiney : J Say They Are WillingTo opportunity to call witae...
the natives, but struck the last of three cars as but after all of them .had bt.t'nI
in charge of the northern risings by (/P) Wirephoto .
ewWed children. heard the court decided the defendants
IVgiii Negotiation*
ports from Batavia indicated that it was crass passing off the
Christmas Eve baskets of food region, said Tuesday that south- :: full military action including airplane bridge. which shoved Edwards:* WILLIAM L. BEALE. JR. (right) has been appointed Associated I I had been guilty uf the
With Chinese Reds I ITor
and Christmas presents will be bound business now is reminiscent :I bombings, had been resort- I! car off the highway, and then Press chief of bureau in Washington. and he is receiving congratulations commission, directly or ntdtre tly.
distributed" to all indigent ami-- of the last four Christmases. I!: ed to by Dutch troops. Only two ,': careening across the highway and from Relman (Pat) Morin (left), the retiring chief. t ,Honorable Peace of some of the want war
An "all time high" day in tock-
days ago. an American delegate' striking another automobile i For the past 12 Beale has been editor in the Washington (crimes in hiatory
years news
he* an the city Dulls that have et sales already has been registered I on the Security Council in Paris, headon. :' bureau. Morin has been I I Mr orl.... r,_.. It required 34 minutaa far the
Leers drred by women and girls this month he said, and the charged the Dutch with having I Ij executive, an general I NANKING, Dec. 21. While seven men to be hanged riot) Pronounced '
sewing in Bayview Paik and I I mark has been closely approached '' acted in bad faith.Administrator Holland which amounts to $2)61: I I Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek dead Genrnl McAr
on five other days. .
million. thur's headquarter aid thji ItrKl-
Hoffman i -
explained - --- '
lay that have been refurbished -- -- - -- had
"Reservations are coming in so I nothing to say today about !!ies would be cremated b bwt that
.bjr City Firemen at Fire Headquarters that aid to Indonesia had The Dutch government complained [ :"
fast that in a single day last 1 i j the communist successes in every their ashes would not be given to
will be included for the been stopped on November 30 that the native: had violated NAVY ENLISTED MEN\
children of Key West week, we sold out an entire extra when reports reached this country the terms of a truce but J I sector, and the almost certainty I members of the families ef the
pier after all other had '
Two Gill Stout Troops under flight flights about the action of the Dutch despite that complaint it was i I 1 that this city will come under dead men. A .
been sold" i, military forces in that country. '!, aid in Paris today that the United f I control of the Reds several The hanging ocrun.difi. 9ieurna -
the direction of Doris Thompsonand memi -
Prevost said the New York fig- '' ENJOY XMAS PROGRAM\ I pe\i n. N.bu4y. wept
States will
: He said further that $69 million. continue to insist i I
Sands, and saW
Durlhy j s urea can be a very"ac- had been Allocated to Indonesia. : that the Security Council take I'] hers of his cabinet > that the the officials disee4ty orrylfned.
School students under the super curate barometer of seasonal ..Nationalists arc now ready to begin .
I He did not anything about action against the Netherlands was pernutted i ape Ito ,.etvvets.
say ,
f MIS. XV'ellons |
vtsi'wi i Margin travel io Honda .- "Gone With 'Filevldi negotiations for aa,tMtorabla t ..
and Mr.. H.1m11ft1er-" did_. much 11 ."Dunne the winter season, of t I discontinuing ERP. -assistancg. to. government. t 1 peace. ,__". Ii .the ale (A-
of use tewing. I r __ f -
all the visitors Miamifrom u IVTiilp Of ,But their statement was disregarded
arriving m' ----- -- --------- TOJO had appeJM I* the i
The program for tomorrow throughout the entire Uni- TernIeralitres j by communist leaders, States supreme court to try t o
afterm. at Bay-view Park wasannounced ted States approximately 40 percent t j Unable To Find Of Flay Presented At whose spokesmen confined themselves have:' the verdicts set aside. Hit
Body At 7:30 A.M EST I
follow broadcasts.
as today by arrive on planes from New I in making to the court decided tact Mond..y
ChHman Glenwo| Sweeting of York," the National Airlines official I Cren e Mess! Today telling about other successes in tnat the cases were not within &it ;

the Community Christmas fSinging Committee pointed out. Dyke Who? Fell From Bridge I II Atlanta Station- _____,----- __ Temp._ SO I Upwards of 500 persons gath- the Both Pciping those cities and Tientsin the spokesmen theatres. i one of the It reasons was pointed for not tine

of the National Anthem. Augusta! .-;'t---' ___n 47 i ered today ir\i the Crew's Messat : said, are surrounded and may be ; on the appeal bat relweee'n
_____ West Naval Station for I
I Cripple Birmingham 'u n 621! Key captured aV>any time. olives of 11 nations had acted as
Singing .t( Christmas> carols.iBvicaliun I Authorities Search 1fI I I Bismark __m.L.-._ __ -9 the annual Christmas party and I I Practically all of eastern anS I judges in the caws
by the Rev J. B. Boston m _____ 33 : esentatio of central China are now under i
R..... pa tor ef Fleming street Builds Home I Since Sunday ForMan I I'I Invcsligalor j j: Buffalo ._....__-_- 341I i the p the playlet" I communist domination and the
Mr**.)*** Church i I I Who I I Charleston ______ 44I : entitled, "Gone with the Viands. advance toward Nanking continues First Woman
Kemaiks. by Paul G. Albury ELYRIA, Ohio Robert E. TolldidFront I Chicago: --.:.- ---- 19 The play was produced by the I with little_opposition.
drt whom a German sniper's bullet __ Engineer
partmentSetettiun. : Denver .___ 14 R. G. Walsh, USN from a script i
by the Key West paralyzed from the waist down is Authorities search without ; Univ. Of Fla.GAIMESVILLE. !: EI Paso .__ _._ 53i Quads Have
1 by Commissaryman J. G
Itfeto.. School I Band under diiectMMt putting the finishing touches on any result for the body of Edward 1 Ft. Worth mm ___. _. 42 -I OSLO-- ..f Earl. Dillon. I I four-room bungalow he has been Pyke :34: of 3651 N. W. 36th': .. I i i Jacksonville -.- _---- 57 CSI T. J. Biardman directed ; DifferentBirthdays the Norwegian merrh M fWt
"Why we Have Chrutmas" by working on for the past two I I street Miami, who was seen to' i pKa+-.T.5 t Iiiu.i 1 I Kansas City __.Y_.__ 23 the rust I will have its first woman rninrer
Hte Dev James MacConnell. rector years. Of course he has had some topple off Teatable Bridge on ': Dec 22. KEY WEST __ ._ .__.__ 72 The stage hand were listed as j Tora Skalteit has attend.*.'I
of St. Paul's Episcopal relp but he is his own contractor 1! Overseas Highway early Sunday Karl E. Mundt member of the Key West Airport ______ ___.-... 73 C. J. Miller. R. Williams, W I I a two year tt'dtnlC'alhflnl.. rtml
l'lwinfi. .- and did much of the work from morning. t(i ij House Special) Foreign! Affairs Louisville ____ ____.. 33 Brown C. M. Smith J. W Me is now serving the required i ton..
SHvttwn by High School Band the foundation up. The little j Teatable Bridge is near Jew-i'and un-American: Activities Com'nittce I i I Miami _hh,__ __h'n_.68 _C-irtney._ W. Ken'lnrk. S. E'I I of 15 months .,. "t"k"r.n ,Hi. ..
Cumin of Santa Claus. house will cost him about $2,453: j I fish Creek and': Pyke was seen to la; scheduled to speak' Jan- !!I Minneapolis ___ ___m I Wafer W. Pigg. J. N Manlone,i HAMBURG, GCI many Tbi engine room of th> ship Tvi'at f
SMI.- wf -Jingle Bells." i, fall into the water from it by i, ; New York __ _n__ _. __ 35 R. G. Home E. L. Corlis, R. A gui quadruplets recently born to I jell:'
7 at the University of Florida Frau Mathilde Haug will Celebrate
DwtnfeutMm of bags of candy, i Jerry Farrell and Evelyn Dan- uary i! Norfolk __ _m 52 Morgan J. A. Ivey, T. J_ Kelley, I I j------
t. the children present i j bert, who operate a trailer Parkin :: Oklahoma City ___._.___ 37 E. A Dillard and E. J. Rosenfield. future birthdays in differ- I
MM Eva Gibson will lead the Masonite Prestwood Miami, at about 4am. Sunday Mundt: will discuss his findings:: Penusacola h_'_ __ ___ 66 "Gone with the VIands" is list ent months. Two fo them arrivedon !
;, and observations gained while on Pittsburgh m ___._ ____ __. 31 ed as a gastronic orgy in three November 30 and the other PALACE THEATER
: STRUNK LUMBER YARD They immediately called State the committee in an address on 'i Roanoke nO. __.._ .42 acts The cast was listed in order I: two early In the morning of December -
.' TELEPHONE 816 Highway Patrolman W. A. Stevens t "V.Tiat To Do About Russia." The St. Louis __ ____.._ _u_ .30 of their appearance over the I 1 1. They weighed a total ; David Farrar and Clrm* JeJws i ii in
Jumps) Wrong() Way of Marathon. Stevens called' committee spent 63 days inside : San Antonio -._ ..r ___ __ 36. (Continued On Page Five) I of twelve pounds at birth. i 'PRI/ill1t"
the Coast Guard here in an effort Russia on en economic and political Seattle _h' ___ __m 33 II I .
TAI'NTOS Ln&land-Startled to get men and equipment to'' study and was the first Tallahassee __._ 58 :
Mt of a bush a wild hare made search for Pyke's body, but was congressional group to enter that Tampa 63 FOR SALE FOR SALE! I Plastic Nu-FIo I -- --- -:::..-:= :-.::.:..._
MIAMI KEY WEST t (Continued On Six count 1939. !I Washington 34 1941 D.
a fr.nti> lump in the wrong dirrrtMtn. Page ) since Plymouth Specie I Lune
of ----- ------ -- ------- --- Good Used Cars Convertible Good Pate .
It landed in the arms BARGE LINE Inc. --- AUTO PAINT
Jark hummer, hotel proprietor, CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS I E -STATE Uii: >.\K1MENT: OFFICIAL: DIES IN PLUNGE Roy' Key West Auto Part Good Motor Low Price
who promptly added "hare" to TELEPHONE 6 I .. TWINS GARAGE I 121 Duval St Phone 442 NAVARRO Inc.
.tm hotel menu a at ; Itargf foares Miami Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer I ,
TELEPHONE 169 Opposite But Station
Every Friday -- - -
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/tar : EL PRADO : There was a young cook named Ideal For Your
I I > r I Bill Reid;
H- u I The waiters directions he never I CHRISTMASDINNER
would heedWhen
1031 Truma A.,.. Phone 10$01, 1911 Ford; Convertible l RESTAURANT steaks came out burnt

--I II II 1910 Ford Tinlor ; & 1117'TRUMAN AVENUE 'Twas the diners that learnt
1939 Chrysler Sedan 'Don't order rare steaks from Bill,, '
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POOR OLD CRAIG ALL CLEAN I R dti __ y I hmi c t 11 n ill*. iff i I I .Miner I.;,

vKHMCK: (: : .STATION() PRICED VERY REASONABLE 'NorK'iifM, H-4' Closed All Dr %.turday
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>.***. at Division. Phone $134 (ROAST PORK) Perez Bros. Bakery
I we HAVE A FEW 24 and 2S IN. Monroe Motors inc. .ii: : S."a1.E. s 2 IH,
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1 Delivery Christmas Morning\ 'LECHON'EtltII: nine tip I'turlln.. ;,: From S)50) to ALS SOOO) Per Box I

Table Readr Baked CHICKENS and TURKEYS. Stuffed (/P) WutphoUr
with Old Fashioned Dressing and Plenty of Ciblet GravyDUFFY'S j Toilet Articles Etc.
LAURENCE DUGGAN (right). 43 a former State Department official, plunged to death from a VICTORYCASH Perfumes
window of his 16th floor office in New York Monday night as espionage investigators planned
TAVERN I to question him. He was listed in congressional testimony as one of six persons formerly in the MARKET\ i ORIENTAL PHARMACYTelephone \
e State Department v.ho had been accused of handi ng out secrets for Red spies. Left: The ReT
-400 TRUMAN AVENUE- : Edwin Broderick of St. Patrick's Cathedral leans over Duggan's body in the snow and gives the 1028 Truman Ave. Phone 1080 I 379 Corner Duval St and Tr\H .. A... I ILl

l last rites of the Catholic church. Duggan: was president of Institute of International Education.



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in the Far East. Dispatches _
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indicate that General !
....... .... TNN .....'.&TID 1'1lESIaa from Washington Chapter 30 good enough. We were all shanty ter to ,.......... "/ .rli..WS4.NIl.I criat.d. Douglas MacArthur[ ,'Supreme Commanderin LOTTIE paused breathless. Pat Irish and lived in a slum." think if there wasn't some way

r /wNs.Maltelr..r.dNM t'" lit lhl.. ....F. and Japan feels that additional troops and her mother sat numbed "Haven't" you said the same be could reach her. He wasn't in I
Ii":: :x... wee e.hM.i. haw ,thing? awe of her. now. She had been .
ships and planes will be needed to make by her news. Pat moistened his I "I still say it I can't understand offered a career wealth and- .rt
.MNIrTINti NT.e lips and spoke very humbly. how people can live in a and just his humble love that day
...r Q1a1at .... our holdings in Japan and the Ryukus se- "She must have married that I place like this. Now that I have.traveled a* they stood before her in her

,- _... .... !sure. Wayne she here with." and broadened my mind. apartment while Rex Hall mock.
._. ___ L.. was I say_i ingly outlined the situation. He
.. _____ .'1 The situation In China as the Communist Lottie snorted. "She most certainly Pat jumped up knocking over had been so pitifully outclassedthen.

.N IIN1I.IN N&T1aaYM. and Nationalist armies fight for did not. lie married Wini his chair. "You haven't any mind But if she had failed to cap- 4
a... Apsla..ll.a fred Carlton who is rich and so -broaden.. You're nothing but ture fame and' wealth he could
mastery has never been clear to the average jolly that the papers have always selfish spite inside and out. Comeon speak to her now. He could tell
.... 1&L II"?$rNM called her the laughing heiress. Tuffy. We'll see Mulrooneyon her of his love which had
.. ..,.. .. American. Conflicting"reports have grownso
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hi Rosalie fooled him the
.f ** .. .., wlll into taking corner and buy some much and meant all his .life of I -
:-"l.--: W i *.::' .u:.. been given as to the aims, purposes and her out there and paying her cake." now. If nobody wanted hen he
M ..........-. hr 1..r..... M. fare but that was alL 'He -didn't "I am "going home. Mother. wanted her and Mom did and
.. <. I>. ...f!," are t _.!. a !!... objectives of the Communist regime. There seem so much here somehow but "'Course you are. This is your Pat did. It was love. The more

IS.4 has also been wide divergence of opinionas once I 'got out there realized home. Will y6u stop trying to be completely dw bad failed the t i( st

... ...w ', .; W1 1 ao' ........ .a..y.l .. : how important he was. She what you're not? If Rosalie is more he wanted her the more
a : to whether the Nationalist Government couldn't fool many people very too blind and dumb to know precious she was to him He must

of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek represents long. She even appeared in a where she belongs and who wants find her. He must
cheap theatre just a couple of her, do you have to be the same?" He started to back down the
the people of his country with some weeks ago but nobody paid any "Pat insulted me." steps and close the door. Then he

suggestion that corruption of many officials attention to her dancing.- She "Sure he did. He threw rocksat caught his breath. He heard a ''''''''T'f
never was any good. Rosalie. He's starvin' me. It's I l,
sound He stood immobile.
MEMIER @ 'I94tro has undermined public confidence in There was a dead silence. The the daft way of the man. But he'sours Joe:! t!I II'OR !f GENERAL ALEXANDER A VAMDEBCRITT wf 'He* rase

the Nationalist regime. room was dark. Tuff)" and we have to put up with t wander.of the U. S. Mario. Grp'. chats wills Aw1atwe"' *
from hU chair crying. "lumped him just like he had to put up : a moment he thought he 3/e Norman Matox. a polio p.ti.nt *f Cl uceder,, V* *< it.
Without knowing anything more where Joe i is!" and darted out the with us. And for us. He paid" l'was dreaming. Then her fragrance Warn Springs Foundation. V.n*.rta WI4MM *C *.
Tuffy's school bill the other Georgia
about the situation than what one readswe door.after Lottie him but cried stopped out and on started the "Will you shut up!" roared day.Pat snowy air.swept It took towart but him two on stepsto the Congressional Medal of Honor far ..,.. a QII..t...... K

note that the dispatches from the battlefront threshold and backed ups Joe and banged out of the house. reach her. an instant to catch 1943 March of Dimes chairman for 1M IUt ol VlseI/Ne.
t1UM1OYLMLMT1 KCY WEn came in slowly with the boy The fat woman laughed. "There her in his armsand shower her
continually speak of the infiltration y'are. That's the thick mick of iLHe'll
squirming rapturously in his face -
ADVOCATED:: BT THE CITUUII. with kisses. She clung to .
methods used by the Communists to arms. give you everything in the him and he realized she was sob-
world and then tell you to shut Off To Grctnn
This indicates to at "Joe! if I bing. He kissed her tears away t NEW 26' TIREBICYCLES
great advantage. us! up you remind him of it He
a. M.. ....... sad A,.,...... His mother held out her fat has no refinement at alL But he's !gently. ?" he
1. W.s11 M>d D.t141t hVWGS least that there must be widespread discontent arms. He went to her and kissed ours, Lottie. He'd steal the money II "No more. You're home. Wer "Why are you so pensive

Lit4 aM iu. and dissatisfaction with the Nationalist her then sat down still holding tonight to go after: Rosalie and waiting for you, Rosie." asked. "
Aifporti- Tuffy. His voice was very quiet."Yes bring her back if he know whereto "Joe! I've been such a fooL Tm not pensive, she replied.i i

1 ftV'V'.oAa..c Couatr6MMMiatty aa4Q Government. It is hard to understand I've been listening. Lottie. find her. If you know you I've been so vain so stupid sc "But you haven't said a word at . $39.95. Jip.. ..
o.nJPItaV> Tell There must be to tell blind. minutes."
how an actively opposed by me more. so ought us. for five
.. Audltlittu& much more." "I don't know., I really don't, I He kissed the words from her "Well. I hadn't anything to I Also AU S. -. .. BlCf CLW.
the government and the people of a country "There isn'U"! Lottie tossed her Mom. I mouth. "I won't let you say it. I TRICYCLES sad WAOOINDeposit

could successfully use the tactics head. "She means nothing in my Lottie spoke humbly now. Her ,love you. We all love you. It's all say"Don't say anything when you will h.'i,.j rr) I .'rl.eon
Have you married Bella yet mother leaned on her arm and I we can give but it is real" Our L.., \ 'I I ...
which are apparently scoring success for life." they started for the kitchen. Joe : "How can you forgive me. I- have say? I I
stood a moment, then went out I've been so cruel to you. How "No."
MONOGRAPH t() the Communists.As He smiled wanly. "Bella married into the hall and slowly up the can I make you believe I really "Will you be my wife" Overseas Cycle Stece
the American in the her fancy dentist and has stairs. His feet moved mechani- ;love you-now?" I
Au.I'i. r1..e hl/
to live in and be 120 Tnu..a
4 MrM : gone He her I
in his
cally as if beyond his control. It swept arms. "Will
A ."... ... swat have a NnAeI Far East it is noted that the Russians have rich. semed a long way to the top of you marry me. Rosie? I'm just a SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN I
'" plklic I "Well she certainly has done "
good positions in the North, in the Kuriles the house but he felt tte had to common Smoky Joe. I-
fill .o/ta. .his >**. wilt. become unbearmrr better than Rosalie for all her go there. She snuggled in his arms. '
to !I. pitied than Kamchatka and Sakhalin. Further spreadsof schemes." He sighed as he pushed open "You're just Joe. I don't want TRUCKING SERVICE Fun .
.. *
ssd "
Monahan witha the more. lure Moving General Hauling
Communist influence in China would Mrs. came to life roof door. The thin snow
tttttt> ntl. "'4 ...( r. R k trying to be re- roar. "I won't have you talkin' seemed to blind him as it stabbedout He had trouble opening the Every Load Fully] InsuredISLAND
by in addition, mean added Communist that way about the poor soul If of the darkness. The roof was roof door with her in his arms. e
..... I. arl.w.Y trivial question. she is in trouble you should have dangerous on a night like this, She didn't help him. She just CITY TRANSFERPhone rA
strength in the South in China. r I't' U /'
rNw.w adrtl. aerial. when there art found her and helped her." dangerous even for him. There clung to him her cheek to his. 166 524 Southard St. I

.. n..d attention. The United States has four below- "Helped her? After the way was no sense in going out into She had really triumphed at last. RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R I
.pai1.ot mi...... that she treated us alL Nobody was the dreariness of the night Bet- THE END
strength divisions on occupation duty in
1Jw MIihMIt ..t.hh*wkI have a en- ---
Japan a force of probably less than 10,- rll.l'.I'.lI".6Pallia
**** uuiuuiiunuiuninunniiniuiuituiuniicuiniiuuuiin!! !
P r 000 men in Southern Korea considerableair Pakistan Halts New Cure?
( West In Grant and
power on Okinawa and 5,000 Marines Key

and Naval Task Force 38, consisting of Plant Shipments LIVINGSTON Mont (IP) -
Mrs. O. T. Osen of Big Timber
COLD two carriers two light cruisers and eight Days Gone By
and her brother, Pete Egeland,;
destroyers in Tsingtao, China. The latteris SINGAPORE44)Singapore)
AS TAKEN FROM FILES were hustling her son, Albert to r
in the midst of Communist-dominated florists have stopped sending 1
M ,nAt to March a OF THE CITIZEN OF hospital for of
.ll .In M r.... tory a treatment an
and while of deterrentnot orchids and rare plants by air to
appendicitis attack. Their auto-
Ar pl*..o. .... .In varUun& part of Florida. the United Kingdom because of
enough to meet any determined attack. mobile struck a cow and over-
IB Pt-tuft .Ht more M than any other a new regulation from the Pakistan -I I
Looking to the future, the problems of A sanitary engineer from the government. : turned. Mrs. Osen suffered head to Romance(
M. been Marched for Public Health Ser I I
|MB In .*.< 'y. United States
the United States in the Far East are two- I All such air freight passing l injuries and Egeland's back was
tlt/wl ..... a .......r' for Spaniab doub. vice arrived today to direct the Karachi, the
fold: diplomatic and military. In the' drive to exterminate mosquitoesin : through says new[hurt so they required treatmentat

l..M.. l K..v W.*.. ha. bad Ito diggers, andptpuHj diplomatic realm/ill the eventual decision Key West. |:i sealed Pakistan tins.ruling Singapore must florists he in, the hospital:: Albert not only" and Havana//

Nt ire made ut the finding of
escaped injury in the wreck but
whether the Communist-dominated areas I who packed their plants for the
JM iMtt ..... Mf them turned out to be Local spongers refused the bids air in light wooden crates I all signs of the appendicitis had ...... .... ..' ...... "" ...".......
{ in China must be regarded as potential offered yesterday for several lots I voyage vanished by the time they reach. (,.'"', .. .. hi ...._, .., .-
covered with said I
cloth the .
... t.f. .- I I 9 .
Mwd iAt
whether the i of The will be of- ed the hospital. t.7 "
enemy territory or possibility sponge. sponge sealed tins would have "disastrous" I I .. .
.... .... le.. search of Spanish i 0..1 I Ma."' M.wJ w.q -
Mlawge p. exists of establishing friendly relations fered again tomorrow. effects.In I Gerry IJarlles -.l.t ... ,...... .I .. I..
...... .. .M. I fey a former IlaptUt minuter.N I LEGALS toy ...14 w Iw.hy r. '
N gNMlg.n along the bank of with the ruling force in China whateverit County Clerk Ross C. Sawyer the time of Confucious, the I '..l' bo --..... ... .. ..
happens to be, and thus offset possible said today that money is now rabbit x001 He. ,.... .. C-
bred for sacrificial (
was ..... .. 1
\ ml Imttmnum Make tpplira .
r:..:A n.n.N... .Ether In the vicinity of influence of Russia. In a word, our diplomats nection available with to pay the all election bills in con-that j j i. uses in China.ORDINANCE. I
must determine whether the Com was held on November 8. ,i IX ('01 HT OP THK fot'\TVJtlM.K. I .na LAII.-. .ar. vi .I. +a
.....-.MNT aH- .. the Suwanne- began I NO. 23S.COMMISSION. MOMtOK ('OINTt.TTK u/ll, a.. 1.......1.. .
munists in China definitely Russian !% OK fl.OHIHt. ,
are SERIESAN ..... .t' tkrk w '.
N ere torn III f .... fttury when a man said stooges or something of an independent City councilmen last night dis- ] I .\Tf PKOHITK.In the Elate. ..fMAKKL. .l f D. -ilf' U 4 -*.- .- -.... .

1. .411 Mwlflrt. ..p. a eh* t to the surface cussed again the proposal to put ORDINANCE FURTHER I I*. NKKK IJHuip -t.-i '4.-
movement on the part of the Chinese pea up parking meters in Key West. j I: AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. I HrfraswlTo .**
a. ....... .K* r..hl crab it the grappling I Ii ,, 218, COMMISSION SERIES. OF I All whom It Slays CuarrrnNotitf LI I r ....
ple themselves. is hereby given that ":IFt > .t
.....4 ........ ... the rhe t aank. lie add i Key West Lions' Club will hold i'i: THE ORDINANCES OF THE NKKK flied MX final report an 1-------------- t
Upon the answer we get to the diplo- I its Community Christmas Tree 'i I CITY OF KEY WEST. FLORIDA -I| Kxrutur.f thr p..tatr of MABKLi : SP&tIAL 1..1 MM>*+''
I ...M .Ho .Mad t4d .*n many occasion tor i I K. NKKK, deceased that he has ., 11I 11..1.. .. v ,
matic problem must depend on the steps I party Friday afternoon in Bay- j SAME BEING AN ORDINANCE -1 filed bis petition for final discharge ... -_.. ... &
.J.. s9 ... again but had been unable view Park, beginning at 3 o'clock.|i RELATING TO THE and that he will, appl to .... .0..... ,
::.. I. ..... tt Kon other attempt have necessary to be taken in the military field.If I IMPOSING OF LICENSES AND I'ountv the Honorable Judge of Raymond Monroe K.t'ounlFloruit Lord>, I L..........."..TTSo . .

hats 11M..xtaHf.' to find the chest, the Chinese Communists are definitely I Miss Wilma Gordon and Geo.1 I OTHER TAXES ON PRIVILEGES on the lath day of Januarl \. Your T..... -..*.< lot
of the United T. Torano married BUSINESSES. OCCUPA- "4', f..r approval. of name and for Ii..
inimical to the interests I were .,....... off Wrtto P .0.
supprilr' I...lyr. i* made of metal. TheR States then the nation faces the choice of day afternoon by County* Judge''TIONS AND PROFESSIONS estate final discharge of Mabel a.R Sxerutor Neff.,, deieainl.on of the. Go lo a party only to find 0Ihee. MLC

r, wttirl M ftNJSNg,. has bean a report that Raymond R. Loifl. The attendants CARRIED ON AND ENGAGED this 21-t day of I*<<..mI..r. n.I SSL that they are up to their a/.6 FluffN'
I'I .
withdrawing from the Far East, which is Johnson and Miss < > EI R. NKKK.Kxevutor necks in foreign intrigue .
.. total** had been touched were Eugene i IN WITHIN THE CITY OF KEY of thr rotate ..f ; c..a ....
unthinkable at the present time, or of Virginia Johnson. II i WEST; FLORIDA. BY ADDING label K Neff.L.easel.dee.22.29,1941ian women. and murder. Read- .. 1 Pb.

its forces in the to insure A NEW BUSINESS UNDER SEC- 512,1949.OTI'F .nisi
strengthening area
THo .... itifffrAff fer fold In Key West I Andrew R. Miller superintendent I TION 4 OF SAID ORDINANCE; MURDER) GETSAROUND ilQ
adequate security. This may involve of the P. & O. Steamship 1 .
_..." .4 .....t M year" ago Every night Company and Mrs. Miller are .IPPLITIOFOR' FILDII'H
some revolutionary ideas in connection NANCE GOES INTO EFFECT.
tI w
tr ... w oU> Hw a w und ef a pick could be with our operations in the Pacific regions.As expected to arrive Saturday to I I Be it enacted by the City Commission (Probate LAW UtG.1933): { tile r_..'". ., y /!. I
IM niiinight in a backyard. And spend Christmas with their son- of The City of Key West IV' COt HT OK THK ('01 %T\' -ay S... w

.... .i <. and the the nation faces the future it is already in-law and daughter, Mr. and I Florida: JIIH.K.!STITK OK MOMiOK Kl.OHIU' (IN''Ol'NTl.PHOUVTH. Starling T wiorro r ........ -.. ........ ..........
M Mopped, digger
f .
Mrs. Edwin Trevor.It .
burdened with responsibilities of leader- Section I. That Section 4 of ill The f.ilizcn: --- M -we a
.k. ..... Mt Mind anything. In re the Estate of
ship Which cannot be avoided. I Ordinance No. 218 Commission I JAMBS R STUWKRS. till ftlimtVUt MttMflftt 11 M
I It.. .......>n that many pirate who is expected Key West will Series of the Ordinances of The Decease "'8'1T'4T .I'.JIlT.IIIT I
get increased naval appropria- To All Whom It May Concern - - --
r1M4. .... tipsai.b. Main touched at some tions according to a special dispatch City of Key West Florida same Notice Is herebygiven that RuliePiUher
People who are quick with the tongue being an Ordinance relating to Slow era has filed her final
a MM PUHAa' K.f.. It wa reported that from Washington published I report as Executrix of the estate ofJam. _
of and other
the imposing licenses .
make speechless remarks. ... It. Stow.... deceased, that
ta...*. .......' was in Jamaica, had many in The Citizen today. I taxes on privileges, businesses, she filed her petition for final discharge U Santa's Toyi!>mJ
and that she will .
apply to
and professions carried -
flier WM. but the history of his The Citizen occupations
Today says in an I the Honorable Raymond K. Lord
Now that the various experts have and engaged in within
on County Judge of Monroe Count),
II i r d.... nut confirm the report. editorial paragraph: The City of Key West, Florida, be Florida on the lot day of Januar>'. SPECIALSRubber
selected their super-football teams the nation -
"Advise to merchants: watch 1949 for approval of same and for .
Wfcotfcor ., tat the ChleHand lurch competitor if he advertisesand I and the same is hereby amendedby final duMharge as Executrix of the w
with the business of your
will get on business there- estate of James R. Slower, deceased -
MM .b..4 don' adding a new Doll Baby
pr pruvrs successful searches Christmas. you on this 3Vth day of November. '(
rW ldrlwl hea.Iire will continue to be con. ":4 ..... Wholesalers, dealing in isna.RL'LIE PITCHER STOWERS I I ..' nith

-M..I ta **fi ua part of the world. The Are They specialty items, and Executrix of the estate of -
FARM PRICES DROPIf James K. Stowers. deceased.John It f'f,1 (...-iL."irr je I:%'.
W+. ef ..w M lrrUible.M carrying such stockin G. Sawyer. II
On Birds an amount not exceeding Attorney for Executrix.LXec.lglfr22.194g. I She Drinks (torn MM ......
you look over a list of commodities 2000.00 $40.00 : p then WH "KM PU...

1 ... -.t expert aucce if it de- which cost less than they did some months do Kind Old call Gentleman those two-kittens What, Section 2. This Ordinance shall I I \ TICK OK 1TETIOTO' NICE | \f. See r...... Doll.iJ' .

l. ....... site. faHure of othtii. ago you will find nearly every item relates Johnny you? go into effect immediately upon APPLICATION UlkfHAHOK.' 'I'\L i On Dttptoy or

Small Boy I call 'em Tom its passage and adoption and authentication (Probate Law Un ,, ,. Sears Ordw Orfno
to agriculture. the of 1'OIIIT OK TUB ror\T\
by signatures J
t. Vo*, luxe f N of and Harry. ..I-U(..;. MoMtot' ('Ot '\TI.| J SPECIALREDUCED
no value to anybody I Checking the list of the products that "Why don't you name them the presiding officer and the STATE OP PLOHIUl. 1> fHO- 1 r

...Il4. Nu. why. not ue it wisely if you have gone up, you will find the mineralores Cook and Peary after the great Clerk of the Commission, and In BTF re the Estate of PRICES

& w .IeNtt and manufactured items. explorers?" publication thereof one time in a Matilda Mendel IteceasedTo .
of general circulation All Whom It May ConcernNotice :
"Aw mister, these ain't newspaper $1.67 $2.20
gwan $2.95
This indicate very clearly, it seems, pole-cats." published in The City of Key Kantor filed is hereby her final give report that a Adela<- Adi i i -

7., ....... vehicle death rate IndU that the farmer has had too much assist I West, Florida. minlstratrU of the estate of Ma I I
.... that I j Read and passed on first reading tilda Mendel,; that she I: Dolls tlrailablf for Immediate Urlitrr
e a HMHI doe not have to join the ance and that the government should A disastrous fire in Delft, Holland filed her petition final discharge I -
helped transform that city | at a regular meeting held December and that she will apply tithe
....., t. N*.th* ri-k of being killed. leave the agriculturalists to their own from a brewing center to Eu 'I 6th, 1948. County Honorable Judge of Raymond Monroe K.County Lord.

perspiration in the future. rope's clay tile capital. Eigh- Read and passed on final reading I .Florida on the 24th day of November -
: Mme tile makers selected .I at a regular meeting held December 1918 for approval of same aId
w.. ?. however excellent sells What it really adds up however is teenth-century for final discharge as Administratrix -
sites of Delft's razed breweriesfor : 20th. 1948.s of the estate of Uatild Mendel -
1tLH. 5Wm kind of sales campaign i LJ that the production of metals and manu- their factories. ( ) A. MAITLAND ADAMS deceased

g""eeaiiary and adverticing i i. the modern factured goods is much better organizedand Attest: Mayor. ms.Dated this lith day of November.. glSimontoa and Fleming htroaU .bu t&44

m.4E.od. In Key West The Citizen U ther more responsive to controls that tend Every day some 6,000,000 pea VICTOR LOWE Administratrix ADELA of KANTOR the estat, of
pIe travel New York's 237 miles City Clerk. Mitllil :Mendel deceased.

to keep prices up. of subways and elevated lines, dec22-lt !___a-EL7L2: sii'l. Ct5.i-S-ll-I2.l91S. ...


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I Hopkins the first commanderIn.chief .
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under Pres. George Washington? of the new Navy: I little

Information for the Advertisers =r' 2. Name the 7th President of By (/P) N wsfettur atr..uu..uu ships hastily altered for war.
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.i* ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error in advertising I I 8. Under what Department is I became Wood- up of English Italian Dutch and
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I ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by I I Printing 9. Name? the last secretaryof in the Saar for the January'
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the part of the advertisement where the error occurs. state. He
Treasury. did
1937-Japs claim they not
------1|I 10. What is the President's salary campaigned for S!, machine-gun: U.S.S. Pansy d....
SUPPLIES I I Bombrida Colby FDR in 1932.|erately but that some ctray-bul
but backed Alf Landon in 1936. lets may have hit her. -
Small hotel in downtown CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
1941 Wake Island falls to the
A picture of your happy family West Fla. contains 8 large Hawaiian table mats purses and As a lawyer he handled Mark -
after heroic American
around the Xmas Tree. Call rooms with 5 baths and two lunch baskets; Luxembourgovenware Radio repairs, while-U-wait. Low Twain's litigation and has cham- sistance.Japs re

Miller Photo 1023 White St. apartments. All in perfect and coffee makers; standard prices by catalog. 14 pioned the free press. 1944-German push through
i Phone 1455. dec8-6tx condition. Large lot and good French porcelain candlesticks, years radio experience in man- Belgium unchecked for seventh!
money maker. Must disposeon table bells, cigarette boxes and ufacturing plants. 1116 White- TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES day.
Photography and Supplies tag account of health. Box 532, ash trays; Swedish glassware; head Streetnov3028tx 1946-Pope Pius pledge firm
Film special 127. 120. 620 116, Key West Florida. California pottery; hurricane 'fight against atheism
616, 5 rolls $1.00. Developing, decl-tf lamps for garden and table; and REPAIRS SEWING (Know America) 1947-Report of Presideftt'4Economic

printing and enlarging. 4. many other original and dec- MACHINES I 1696-James E. Oglethorpe Advisers report Hostcountry's
hour service. Miller Photo, FOR SALE-USED CARS orative gift suggestions for the must be sta
soldier and economy
1023 White Street dec8-6tx last-minute shopper. Prices Electrify your old sewing ma English philar.uu opist, bilized.
1941 Ford convertible, 5 passengers from $1.00 up.CAROLINE. chine. Phone 1164-M. founder of Georgia born. Died
radio, heater, SHOP dec205tWANTEDEMPLOYMENT I June 30, 1785.
Photography and Supplies tag new paint !
Franklin Editor Viever and Splicer new top. 1938 Packard, 4-door On Ann Street I 1789-Ann H. Judson, famous Air, Whillikens

complete, $35.00. Miller sedan, radio, heater, new paintif deel8-5t missionary to Burma, first Amer-
Photo, 1023 White Street. desired. 1937 Chevrolet 2-. ican woman to labor in foreign That fellow was an Impudent
dec8-6tx door sedan, good condition, rea- Men! If you want your Christmas Will care for one or two childrenin fields, born Bradford Mass. Died fraud. How did he manage" to
sonable. Can be seen at Tony's Chopping for the opposite sex my home. Mrs. M. Pereida Oct. 24, 1826. wheedle money out of you?
STORAGERed Auto Body Shop, 603 Greene. made painless, easy and successfuL 512 Petronia Street. dec212txMISCELLANEOUS 1848-(100 years ago) Alfred "Oh. he told me such a sad.
decl66tI do it at CAROLINE Dolge, German immigrant who pitiful tale about his poor wife
Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor I SHOP, 223 Ann St started first country's piano felt who is a widow with six lit**

commercial. Phone 798. 1936 Oldsmobile Special Coupe. deel8-5t factories, and first felt and felt children"I

decl-tf I Good tires, good condition $400. Picture framing pictures framed shoe factories on Pacific Coast I.I
of the Mh'
Yugoslavia is one
and matted. DiNegro's, 614
705 Windsor Lane. dec20-5tx FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSWhite born. Died Jan. 5, 1922.
est countries in Europe ia min-
Francis Phone i
1197M.dec423tx 1852 Opie Read, Chicago erals. .--I"I
Luxurious 7-passenger 1938 Cad eiumel. $2.75. Outside journalist author and humorist I I
Furniture Moving illac. Interior like new. Will white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per I born in Nashville Tens Died born Potsdam. N. Y. Died Dec.
Will bake turkeys chickens little
General Hauling sell for best offer immediately.G. gallon, up. 50-ft. %" garden Nov. 2, 1939. II 21, 1937.
pigs, etc. Thursday, Friday,
ISLAND Every Load CITY Fully TRANSFFR Insured M. Donovan 905 Simonton I I hose $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 Saturday, on Dec. 23, 24, 25. 1216 I 1856-Frank B. Kellogg, Saint I 1869-Edward Arlington a. I

Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman Street. dec20-4tx I Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf Angela Street (Roque). Phone: Paul Minn., lawyer, U. S. sena- inson, famed poet born Head
1361-W. dec21-3tx tor, famed secretary of state,Tide, Maine. Died April 6. ISIS.
1941 Dodge. New motor job. $700. Bundles of old newspapers at 1tent ----- .--- _
Leaving Key West on orders. each bundle. Inquire at
FOR RENT-STORES Must sell by Wednesday. PhoneJ. The Citizen Office. nov20-tf

A. Miller, U.S.N. Hospital.
Large store 218 Simonton 35x60. 1010. dec20-3t Christmas lite special, Noma
Reasonable. Phone 682 ask for
bubble lites
$3.00; General
Hy. dec2-tf 1941 Plymouth convertible club Electric series lites, $1.19; independent -

coupe, radio and heater, five burning, indoors
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I practically new tires. 1124 $2.39; outdoors, $2.79. Poor

Seminary Street Phone 1193-M. Old Craig, 1019 I Go All Electric
Furnished 2-room apartment.! dec21-3tx White.dec203tx
Utilities furnished. $25.00 weekly. -:
Sea Isle Apartments, 915! REPOSSESSION: 1947 Stude-
Key West coconut braid hats I
Windsor Lane. decl-t baker Business Coupe, good Seminole Indian skirts Cook

condition. Inspect and make Book and its herbs and seasonings I
'Apartments. Electric kitchen. sealed bids at 524 Southard St. '
; the
at Marshall Studio
Per day or season. 909 Elizabeth Credit Bureau of Key dec22-2t West. Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also for EFFICIENCY for ECONOMY
Street dec6-tf I
limelade, garlic olives, coconut .
candy and turtle soup.
Furnished apartment 3 rooms and 1941 Ford Convertible Club dec2022243tNEW I
bath. Maid and janitor services Coupe. New paint job. Ap-
linens and utilities furnished ply Commercial Credit Corp. : R.C.A. public address sys-

Coral Hotel Apart-I dec22-3tx tem, AC & DC, current. 2
'. ments, opposite Poet Office. large outside horns. 2-indoor ,' ''America. is wisely. 'rushing to become, COMPLETELY'electrified. ,
dec7-21t Chrysler Windsor Sedan 1941. -' 'rt t' -
Radio, heater. Perfect condi- speakers dynamic microphoneand Homes are using electricity hot merely for
stand, record player attached -
: FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS tion. Safety tubes. $1095.00. '
After 4 P.M. 1303 SimontonSt. 1303 Simonton Street lighting, for the radio, the electric toaster-hut for the big'
Apt 1. See after 4 P.M.
:>verseas Hotel low rates. Cof- Apt I. dec22-3tx
fee shop bar. decl-lmo dec22-3tx TIME'IM-ENERG\ CONSUMING jobs like cooking and
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS MARINE MOTORS FOR SALE-BUSINESS PLACES heating Mashing and ironing, refrigeration.

r Gray marine engines and service.C. Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply
'The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming R. Smith opposite Firestone 132 Simonton, Phone 287.

: Street has an efficiency aptand Station, Marathon. decl-lmo dec21-5t The is this
I reason : Electricity
several sleeping rooms vacant ,
Low weekly or monthly 12' V-bottom boat. 1217 Petronia FOR SALEMERCHANDISEHOME

rates. dec7-tf Street dec8-4tx}I DECORATORSWe does Ill jobs IJE'l'TER.--elec-

FOR RENTROOMSRooms FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD have increased our stock
FURNITURE & APPLIANCES giving you a wide selection of tricity does all jobs CHEAPER

and light housekeeping fabrics for Slip Covers, Up-
rooms $5 to $15 per week. 411 Maple twin beds, box springs, in- holstery and Draperies. Manyof
William Street. nov27-26tx nerspring mattresses, chest. the newest patterns. Ex-
Brand new 34x84 jalousie door. ceptional values from $1.25 up. Electricity does the job better because if s comciiiciit,
FOR RENTHOUSESFor Brand new gas range for apart- CAROLINE SHOPon
ment or trailer. Cot and mat- Ann Street. dec8-5t quicker, safer, cleaner, more efficient.
Rent-Season, twobedroomhouse tress. Cheap. 1328 White.
furnished. Excellent lo- dec7-t FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
cation. Call 667-J. decl4-tf Electricity does: the job cheaper because if s a big time-

Box spring and innerspring mat- Stock Island, 400 ft.
WANTED TO RENT tresses, $80.00. Double bed, Bargain.over Must; be oceanfront sold- safer, reducing the time required for most jobs from hours
chest of drawers, dresser with
at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen -
Apartment or house with stove large mirror, $120.00. 9x12 rug, I decl-tf to minutes.
and refrigerator. Have my $100.00. Phone 382W.dec204tx
own furniture. 706 White St. I
Apt 5. deel6-6tx 2-story 10-room duplexrentsfor The cost of electricity is low and it drops MUCH
Washing machine, guaranteed, $120 month. Business area.

Navy couple with 1-year-old baby $40.00. Phone 1164-M. gas, electricity, sewer, city wa- LOWER whcJi }ou use electricity in quantity.
ter. Furnished, 2 excellent
urgently need 1 or 2 bedroom dec22-2t I
large refrigerators gas stoves,
apartment or home. 903 Elizabeth -
Apt. No. 2. dec21-3tx FOR SALE-MUSICAL clear title, terms. Newly painted. Qmmlit rates enable jon to economically "Co All-
INSTRUMENTS Call l at 1105 Duval St. for

HELP WANTEDFEMALETwo information. dec20-22-24-3t Electric" and the quality performance of electric appliances
48 Base Ancona Italian piano ac-
waitresses, between 5 and 6 cordian. In perfect shape. FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES Mill cause }ou to look for A'EIP Mays of putting

P.M. La Oonga Bar. $125.00. Phone 131J.
dec21-3tx dec21-3tx electricity to hark for IOU.r .

Notes (Promissary), lc each. Art- '
51. wg2-tl'
Man's bicycle, good balloon tires, r

Reliable competent babysitter. new paint $15.00. 1900 Staples FOR RENTBOATSSam
Days, evenings Please Phone Avenue. dec23txLady's "The MORE You Use,
793. dcc22-4tx I
balloon Lowe's Boat Rental Service.
bicycle good
LOST tires, new paint. $19.50. 1900 I New Mercury outboard motors the LOJr'Elllhe Rale"
Staples Avenue. dec22-ltx I and Ramsey plywood boats and
i rowboats. Visit Stock Island
In Key West black notebook. Return :
today and fish worries
Lee's Orient Restaurant. FOR SALE-HOUSES 'decIS-6tx
dec22-2tx AND LOTS away.

Will person who found No. 9 iron Two furnished houses, desirable'I GARDEN AND LAWN

on Golf Course Saturday please location. Write owner Box I SUPPLIESIt Electric
call Lt. Wood 1100, Extension XY, c/o Citizen. dec22-tf City System
242. dec22-3tx is our pleasure to wish all A
Best buy in town. Waterfront Merry Christmas and A Happy I
FOUND home with dock. Furnished.Two New Year. We will be closed
bedrooms. Two baths. Monday after Christmas. Key I

Plywood boat about 10' long. Has $8500. $2500 cash balance like West Garden and Lawn Sup-

broken steering wheel. Apply rent. 1328 White Street. t ply Co., 914 Fleming St., Tel.

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IWIIUIIIIIUi lUlWiillmllAUl" "' '''ll1ii lllllll1 1l lRlmlliUllWilllWIUIIIIIWI1IIlWU1iB Large Number Of Passengers OnAerovias I FLYING BULL FIGHTER IN LLMA ,." .: .

SOCIETY NEWS 4<()" Planes To Cuba t

By MUtX LESLIE GULEY I The following; were passengers Maria Ramos. Teresa Puente,! 1
The Citizen Office51Residence629X to Cuba en the "Aerovias "Q" S.I Selma 'Kowbler, Felipe Hnnan-
pv I IlOneS. A. Planes leaving Monday and dez, Gerhard Ullmann Virginia
] I yesterday. I Ullmann, Gerald Ullmann Carl l's
tllWUltlUlllllUlUIIIWI11ll1lU1JU11UUllWWl1 UlI1IIUIlIWUUI11lU1J111111111U1WUB1W1 Pierre Roussel Simone Roussel Rogers Pearl Wingate, .

Alice Forbeck William Wingate, Orlando ,Garcia Jose '
Business And Professional Womelt'sClub Charles Durbin, Helen FOrbeck.1 Antonio Rodriguez, Will Readey,

Walter Parks, Mildred Mary Readey, Berta Garcia
Hold Christmas Party At Home fredo Gort, Antonio Martin, Paul Woody Dudley, George Brannon.
ieimer, Emma Ayala, Maria Vicente Andy Di Giambattista, SalvatoreDi 1 II

For The Gifts Distributed Andres Abello, Rolline I Gambattista, Wallace Agnew,
Aged; Wood Maude Wood Fern Griffith Louise Agnew, Joseph Carrera

Jose M. Carlos Rafael Gonzalez, Maria Gonzalez.
Sanjurjo, :
The full meaning of Christ'sbirthday the aged lips as the infirm recalled -
Juan Tasanos Eva Bennett
Barreto, Bryan 'W. Rose, Carol ,
was when in evidence members Tues-of the rhyme and music to many Ann Rose Genevive Moore, Carl Guadalupe Albuernes,. Nanacy

day evening Key West folk songs that have Moore, Gilbert Moore, Clara'ohnson I I
Mrs. Stell Ciesinski's committee
of the local Business and Profes- been left unsung these many Carl Johnson, Leah I Miller I -
Gibble, Raymond Gibble Ollie -
The folk were typi- I I
sional Women's Club held a party years. songs !
Henderson, Aramis Del Pino, I as Rodriguez Elsa Alemyda, Jose
for the inmates of' the County'sHome cal of the tunes which were sung George Hendsley Helen Hends- Berastegui Maurice Cord San-

for the Aged. This committee by fishermen in years gone by ley, Luis Canizares, Sara Exposito tiago Roig, Madalina Garcia
under Mrs. Ciesinski and when they returned from their Paul Smith, Louise Smith. I I i Consuelo Garcia. r ,
eo-sponsorship of Mrs. Lucile fishing and sponging trips. V r rFi5fd'2
Claus dis- -------- ---- ------
had Santa
Hardaway Committee members were most

tribute gifts of shirts, sweaters complimentary in their praise of Catholic Hold
flannels, socks, stockings, individual Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert Bethel in Daughters
Santa Clauses, candy, cookies their management of the homeas
and ice cream as offerings in the home resembled a hotel Christmas Party At Naval Hospital

tribute to the birth of the Princeof with its massive, well-kept liv- i
Peace. ing room and individual rooms The Catholic Daughters of ceived a Christmas wrapped :

The BPW membership were for the patients. Mrs. Wilhelmina America on Monday night gave a package, and there were extra
well rewarded for their efforts in Harvey, president of the group, Christmas to the gifts which were turned over to _
party patientsof ,,
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making many hearts gay by the commended the Bethels by say- the Red Cross for distribution to -' ...
beaming countenances of the sick ing that the entire community the Naval Hospital in the Re- the bed patients in the hospital.The A'1
and the aged present. Mrs. Elanor I;''I was proud of their work and the creaticfh Hall of the Hospital. affair was in charge of the ( Wirepju/to.

Dowski a renowned violinist ,I foresightedness of the present Bingo was played and punchwas committee chairman Mrs. Pauline MEXICAN BULLFIGHTER EL VIZCAINO is tossed fM a loss
who has given many concerts' County Commissioners in build- served. Alvenia Singleton Pinder, and she was assisted by ICalendar
I in making his debut in the Aeho Plaza at Lima. Peru. Thing
entertained by playing Christmas Miss Anna Corcoran, the Mes-
throughout the European capitalsand ing such a commodious home for wua't
look pretty bad for El Vizoaino at the moment but be
major American cities, play- the aged and infirm of this com- songs on her accordion, and there dames Wilma Lesher, Rosalind
ed song upon song as requested.It munity. was community singing. Wickers Lawrence Dion and even injured. :.

was most inspiring to see some I Assisting Mrs. Ciesinski and Each of the patients present re Herman Demeritt."Variety I ---- -- .- .-----

of the "four score" guests remem- Mrs. Hardaway were the Mes- --- -- -- '
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ber many of the old songs in par-I dames Mary Lee Graham, First Of .
ticular and join in a regular song Vice President of BPW; Doris Gerald Sauudersddded i IVile" 3/KS. C.UAPPELL '
fest with such tunes as "Old Carey, Chairman. Religious Ac- I Coming Events .t A son was born in the Monroe

Black Joe" and "Way Down tivities; Lila Lumley, Chairman, To Cast Ot I I"One's At N. C. C. S. I County Hospital at 7:18 p. In. on
Upon the Swanee River. Hostess Committee; Eva Warner December 20 to Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, a local Gibson Chairman Music Com- I Bingo party, South Beach Restaurant j I
A Billy Chappell, 1212 Margaret
and most versatile vocalist, mittee; Eleanor Dowski, Guest Crowd"It TonightThe 8 p. m, sponsored by ::
led the singing. She was very and Entertainer; Frank Sawyer, Navy Wives Club No. 88.! streetThe baby weighed eight
clever in drawing out the various Jr., Eddie Ciesinski, and Masteri has been announced that I beautifully decorated Proceeds to Tuberculosis! pounds, one ounce, and has bean
voices with words flowing from i i Ciesinski. Gerald Saunders, well-known to NCCS is a bower of pine, gay .Fund. named John Thomas.D.4UGIITER .

.------ theatre-goers who have seen him '! with colored lights, and gleaming Christmas pasty; sponsored by}

in former productions by the Key j with tinsel and Christmas tree Ladies Auixiliary of VFW, 8 BOBS

Special Christmas Program To Be West Players has been cast as an 1 balls and ornaments.In p. m. at VFW Hall. I TO II. BARROWSMr.

I attorney in the Players' forth- i this holiday setting, Gerald THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23rd- and Mrs. Howard Barrow,
Given First Annual Community Christmas ,
By CongregationalChurch 808 South street, announcethe
coming presentation of "One's a i Pinder wili present a "VarietyNite" 3 '
Program p. m. Bay-
Crowd." birth of a daughter in the -
tonight at 9 o'clock wit view Park. Program to be'
Sunday School Tomorrow I Rehearsals of the new play j County Hospital. The new-
galaxy of entertainers. announced later. Glenwood'Sweeting
a Jerry
... have been virtually suspendedfor I comer weighed six pounds, 13
A special Christmas program "Follow the Star"-Harr Lee the holidays, but will resume | the incomparable M. C., plan mittee from, chairman City Recreation, com- ounces. She has been named
will be given by the First Congregational Roberts. I'immediately afterwards, and the also an amateur show, with volunteers Department. j\ Vicki Lynn.

Church's Sunday Piano Selection-Joy Stickney. !I will be presented shortly from the Servicemen and Meeting, Boy Scouts, Troop 52,!
School tomorrow at 6:30 P.M. at "Christmas is Coming"Ken.neth NCCS Junior Hostesses a talen- St. Paul's Parish Hall, 1:30'p.
the church. Robinson These Key West Players' presentations j ted group.A m. Guest speaker, Eagle ;
Raymond Walter- '
This program follows: I are always looked for delightful evening is anti Scout Oscar Boza, Army Air ICorps. I GIFTSthat
Organ Prelude-Miss Betty son and Tony Walterson. ward to eagerly. cipated. i

Brady. "The Secret"-Judy Knowles. Meeting Ladies Auxiliary !

Organ Duet-Miss Betty Brady Offertory-Miss Betty Brady. N. C.' C. S. Colonel And Mrs VFW 8 p. m. at VFW Hall j i

and Billy Roberts. I Hymn No. 105-The Congregation. Regular bi-monthly meeting,I mil be
Hymn No. 91-The congrega- Decoratedfor I Lewis A. Mills American Legion Auxiliary, i'I
.. 8 p. m. at Legion Home. :,
"A Christmas -
Merry -
-Rev. John M. Peyton. TREASURED.through .
_. Welcome"-Hildred Hart.The Whitehead. -. -, Holidays Arrive Here, The pavement of the main I t"
Best Gift Wayne Key. "Christmas Bella" loan NCCS decorated
was beautifully
Colonel and Mrs. Lewis A street of Kiev, capital of the fix Years
... "Make Room for Christmas"Betty Knowles. by Servicemen and NCCS
Solomon. "Best Gift"-Donna Stewart. Junior Hostesses last night. Ger- Mills, of Savannah., Ga) have returned Ukraine is 30 to 40 feet wide.BINGO I I
"God's Christmas Gift To Us" "Make Jesus Happy"-Brend ald Pinder designed the decora- to their winter home a II I II Belmont Gardenias
909 United street here and expect I
Sybil Key."Three Stickney. I tive and lighting scheme. Don Double PoiiisettiasROSES
Wishes" Godfrey "I Thank God"-Daphne War-' Tucker, AA, erected the trees and to remain for the balanct 1
of the .
Thompson. I was in charge of supplies. He always season.
ren."Jesus Mrs. Mills is the former Ottili
"Spirit of Christmas"JoyceHenson. is Near"-David Challis. had the answer to "Whereis
."Doorways"-Truman Dongo. it? Who has it?" when hammers Maloney. Colonel Mills is a prominent CASH PRIZES

"Precious Gift"-Leo Curry I "My Christmas Wish"-Alan nails and staplers were Savannah attorney and Gov i Sponsored by Nary Wives Red and Pink Radiances
also Lieutenant-Governor on
and Paul DiNegro. Nodgren. hunted. Club No. 88
and Jill Duet-Jo Anne Mullins and Other decorators included ernor Talmadge's staff. .E. G. Hills Talisman
Duet-Joy Stickney Dec. 22
I The friends of the Mills :
Diane Dickens. Gene Messier AA; Hilda Castillo, many .Nellie Perkins Victoria
Bergstrom.-My Speech"-John Thompson. -I "Accept It"-Jayne Archer. Tex Hardin ET2; Edith Knuck I es will be delighted to know tha 8:00 to 11 :001..
in .
Jummie Supley SO 2-c Curtis they have arrived Key West
"Sweet Silent Night"Matildat ; South Beach RestaurantPATIO
rile Loves Me"-Johnna Scul- Thompson. Manning PRAN; Marina Sikes,
ly. t I J "His Blessing"-Violet Mar-I Benny Barton AA, and that wiz- Personal MentionMr. (End Simonton) Jack Baker's Nursery

"All I Have to Say"FrankPinder. tinez. ard with the Angel Hair, Betty All Proceeds Go To i 3391 Avenue E Phone 117SWjou'llvewth

= "A Suggestion"-Carrol Key. I Caring. and Mrs. Gerald Perez o' Tuberculosis: Fund I i I
"Open the Door"-John Rob-I "The Stars Look Down"- A Weiner Roast was then held, I 1336 N. W. 25th St., Miami spen'
Don Tucker, AA acting as chef. _. _.
erts."In Johnny Blackwell. the week-end at the home of Mr I &r., '"P.. D7! ". ".. -t"ii;;..- -.. -'
Bethlehem"-Helen White- ."My Gift"-Tommy Roberts. and Mrs. Jose T. Sanchez, 414
head. I "My Wish"-David Knowles. Betty Hartman Eaton St. :
Trio Thompson Ken., Duet-Tommy Knowles and
--George I J'n :
Teeth Domstead and Gilbert: Paul DiNegro. Wins Bowling Dr. and Mrs. Robey Wilson I II : ;

Gates. SongPrimary.Department.. with their daughter Mary Margaret : ? ,
"Christmas Time" Clyde "Christmas Prayer" Joyce Award of Asheville N" C., are vir ; <@ .
Stickney. Roberts. V ; I iting in Key West. During th. k\ .:.' :+ : 14.

"My Present"-Gail Guinette, "The First: Giver"-Elsie Pierce Betty Hartman won' he''NJC: ;$ war Dr. Wilson was stationed a '-\ t : .\ Q } :"-l ..

.*A Happy Place"-Faye Guii,1' "''The' Glad. News"-Andrew' Turkey Award for ,he hight the Naval Hospital here, ant -- '" .. .sm..-:. I". '7 :...:..
ette. "!>:: 'R berts. :, score in the Navy Wives' Christ Mrs. Wilson taught. at the Division Q :''f: j" 4c
t A Gift of Love"Curry Black' 'Goodnight'-Paula Warren. mas Handicap Bowling Tournament Street School.COMPARE'EM 0 -
welt Hymn No. 78-The Congrega a- at the Seaplane Base Alleys \\ obr } : .I ... /

"Posies of the Pines"- \ Tuesday morning. h'l(4'ft .
Gates. tion.Benediction.. I Mrs. Hartman's score for three ? t. s :" : ;
----_-. -.__--.--- games was 432; runners-up Lu- ( \ .
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-- cille Blais 421, and Corky Herron -; .;' AZ

University Of Florida Students 412 gave the winner good com- / !
petition. ,-"i._ V f.J pride "

I Members Of Conch Club Here To Other bowlers were the Mes- -
dames Emily DesArmier, Vivian All' .
Driver Frances Gainor Dorothy'I i let o
Spend Xmas Holidays With Families Gravat, Barbara McLean Jeanne your ft
Reynolds, June Tucker, Marian AND YOU'LL BUY THE NEW .
Members of the Conch Club, Jerry Henriquez, Helio Gomez Wickman. Pearl Wood and Vera t t ;

composed of Key West young'I Charles Park,' Richard Daniel Wood. I EAiYWITH beyourguideOhere's ..

men and women attending the Sawyer, Tom Retchings Thomas Q
Swicegood, Alfred Lowe, Joseph
University of Florida at Gaines
Lowe, Charles Rodriguez Jimmy
ville have returned home for the AUXILIARY AI
holidays. Register, Everett Felton William MEETS TOMORROWIt WITHAUTOMATIC << ; something "special" about Christmasi
Wiliam Roberts Wil-
While here they plan various Robinson
has been
announced that the
recreational events such as a liam Warner, Albert Para Harold American Legion Auxiliary will SPIN.RINSII presents that come from a jewelry store. Our gifts

fonnal dance and a beach party, Haskins, Klip Smith and Melvin hold its regular bi-monthly meet- Y, of precious metals and bright gems mirror the
before returning to their studies Russell Jr. 1 ing tomorrow ,
evening Thursday
Misses Lee Robinson and i festive of the occasion. Choose from
at the University.At The at 8 o'clock at the Legion Home. spirit your gifts
the school they are extremely Joan Daughtry are also among
our collection of diamonds watches and silverware.
here and several married J. ,
those ,
active in sports and other af- Use canned apricots for a souf- lLl
fairs, and are particularly engaged students, accompanied by their fle and serve with a soft custard Q OAMI amtsfAStie DatS l\ Fine values, everyone, at sensible oricesl
have arrived. These last
in making Key West recognized wives
sauce flavored with vanilla.NOTICE. Nan L= Nise i OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMASFOR
and keeping it in peo include Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Papy,
ple's minds. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mathews YOUR SHOPPING iPOLLOCK'S

The students who are now in Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Van Buren '
Key West are Leland Archer, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schuck. 1

William V. Albury, Jr., O'Neill Two members of the Conch QUrUITttUJEL
Adams Ernest Avila. William Club who reside on the Keys are \\\'lJht4
I will nut be
Clifton Raymond Bush Archie spending their holidays with responsible J
& 5
Putter. Andrew Rodriguez, John their familics there. Harry Snow for any debts contracted .

Louis Day Clayton B. Papy. Ker- I is at Marathon, and Edwin Coth- I by anyone other : -

mit Roberts Raymond Delgado, ron at Islamorada.
than myself.Signed I ,ftl O IN ACTION 1OOAT AI.I 50 DUVAL STREET
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I : I "Experienced Jewelers for Three Generations"
Mumford & Ross
Season w hole cranberry sauce Linda Richards, America's first DONALD CURRY
and professional nurse, during her VISIT OUR GIFT MEZZANINE
.. with mustard allspice, a
-little rider vinegar and spread I life established 11 schools of M. V. Cable. I 220 DUVAL STREETNext Tune In WKWF Every Evening at 6:15 .
Porter Dock.
voter a slice of ham that is to bebaked nursing in the United States and Door Delmonico Restauran See If You Can "STOP THE SHOW"

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The Weather !I IFOUECAST love --- -- -._- -- ... ,
Russell's dog wandered
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into the garage of a neighbor.' -
: I I I Love I I "bathed" himself m a bucket of
Key West and Vicinity: Partly My Dog :|red paint and then went for a
ttoody and runtmued warm.I I peaceful snooze on the back seat'I
WEATIIEIIFOR. Okla Dr.I I I of the neighbor's car.
c.aW 1M moderate : r
4n4i, t-Hru Thursday. I i I fcw/vn yvvv.vvvvvn m---v..vvnvvvvvvvn.v.vvm1HL : !
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Partly tlocdy through () BAER 'S

TfcuF tnrmr.,.* p-,,' "wen un. over Warmer ex- Knock Yourself; f' Out ti"ol . ".jrttti tMday otherwise little E CALL 9249 *! I
r4ae. in temperature. i: To Take
Out I To Take Out +
Ja. .ka..nv$li. through FlotulaiStraiU I BAKED CHICKEN Table-Ready BAKED \
and !:..M.t Cult Gentle to'vanaMe I TWO SIZES I PICNIC HAMS 3 901 Dn val Street Corner Olivia
.. I: Stuffed ,, We Deliver ,
tee k Me winds mostly| with Dressing 4 to 6 Its.-Fully Glared 3
.wtl ll'fl' tru Thurwjay 'Partlyiaady E Pint of Giblet gravy I Pint of Raisin Sauce *

term N..hat amaH"-weather.Hfcrst I hrt-ri trait--.-fawued.KKPOUT or-Harm-. warn I I I E, $2.45'To *Take*3.95 Out I\1 DINNER ASSORTED 75c ROLLS.Lb.SEEDED 40c DOZ., I 3*I j I I I t ..t May Your Christmas be Merry and Bright A ;

Rich Home-Made
I 3 I
: POTATO SALAD 1 Our Own Home Made 3 j
Key Weil )la. 1 'C,22. 1948.Obarrvation ii
( takt i at City Office ; 45c Lb. f BRANDIED 1I i /
.40 a-m, EST: ) Creamy Cole Slaw
T mp.r.tura 30c Lb. I FRUIT CAKES 1 IPIESEah75c I ::1" !
80 I
...wear. "la.t mcht '71temperature I $1.20 PER lB. a 3i 1 The Choicest Fresh Dressed, Full Irc' Lrtc)d TurkI'rwW.
M. '
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N..Tl 70 .------------ .... I Very Low In Keeping With Our Small Vrotil; I'n/iVv/ ,

*Ea4aJ .... 24 Precipitation fours .86 ins. E Place Your Ordersmr for I I
T tal this month 2.72' ins. Delivery; Chrislnuis; Morning;
Ttrtal 1:* *..*tics.. month 1.44. ins. t Table-Ready BAKED CHICKENS and TURKEYS BEST FOR THE
year 43 84 ins.
..... Stuffed with Old-Fashioned of Giblet ,
.tM...a-"year I.:M. Humidity ajn. IDS ins. Dressing.Plenty GravyPUFFY'S I IE I I BEST XMAS DINNER! BUY IT HERE! j

laxe4tom.t.r. TAVERN f -

.CS.. Laval). $:30 un.jO 000 TRUMAN AVENUE: f S
It.......-leJe.7 mLs. E I r.+ Luscious Young Grade "A" TOMS 79<-t:

E." 5'7:01am.44pm: ln Keller When You TURKEYS HENS sSe
12:28: a.m. filuaya Shop at LB. :
12al p| m r
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..... liaae-) ARCHER'SSUPERETTE I Ib.89c

T.n.oen.Krda'an( fish. Standard Low Time) r! Chickens lb.> 79 Capons DUCKS 79c

a 4K MM 938am.
Ml pa 10:24: p.m MARKET '1 YOUNG CORN FED PIG
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA When Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store. TENDER
4ferfent Statt6lK.y: WesTuna \) I ,
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I t'second contest, and the 1 final game i UNABLE TO FIND Perfect I,I I -- x
School Basketball' Final The
High Cage of the evening will be between "PEGGY"CeIae
Sonar School "A" arid Bob's (Continued From Page atd the lather
I "Daughter.
Games Of Year Sport Shop. ( On Page Three) unable to get the assistance he sternly. -I don't like that young I to sad ... hMy. .
Team Tackles AlumniWill I 1 I The opener will begin at 7:00: 1. John Jay. required. His call was referred to man you go out with." I u.. Xf-Uch Walk Ml ,iTO
o'clock sharp. 2. Andrew Jackson. the District Office of the CoastGuard "Yeah?" retorted daughter RK; (,IJE;\' 44im.KMiim )'
Tomorrow NightThe I I 2. Theodore'Roosevelt, 42. at Miami. ""Well don't worry, you're simply!
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Make Serotul 'R Pascal Perri and "Jimmy Rol- Stevens with Deputy Sheriff poison to him too."
lier, 165-pound intercollegiate t 4. 60. Harry Harris of Tavernier madean Full UfonMliea M.r !ft.
IImnf"I'I"arant"c West teams and will be out to final basketball games of wrestling and boxing champions: ,| 5. Episcopalian-9.. effort to locate Pyke who is The Romance language include Obtained by Catwq at w
I give the high school players a the year at the High School Gym respectively, are both juniors at 6. Alexander Hamilton. described as having been six feet Portuguese. Spanish.
I i. jAgaiti, *! Strung will be night 7. Customs Service Inter 165 He TROPICAL TRADER
few lessons in the art of winning played tomorrow ,,, Syracuse. and tall and weighing pounds. French Italian and Romanian.
Sonar School "B" and Billie's i nal Revenue Service. had red hair and was very active .
: Tram Tonight i basketball games. Drive-Ins will tangle in the first I'' Andre Kostelanetz. famed con-I 8. Treasury Department according to his brother Roy Hamlin today-tc; notify of 711 DM**! IMf is.s4PHONE

Tfcf Key West High School var- underway The game at 8:00 is scheduled o'clock. A to get game; the Independents and Pol- ductor and pianist, born in Rus- 9. John W. Snyder. Charles Pyke 2230 Flagler avenue the accident that happened to his II .... ........ ..... .
: preliminary lock's Jewels will meet in the sia, 47 yeans ago. 10. $75,000 a year. who called Peace Justice brother.
tat, basketball tram will .make game will be played at '
It* second !home appearance of 7:15: o'clock between Junior Varsity I

the leuon when it takes on a and the(: Elks.
strong alumni tram composed of j jroltege : Line-up for the alumni:
boys home for the holidays -I'I Forwards-AI Parra and Gay-:
tonight at the High School)I I ley Sweeting. ;
Gymnasium. I Center-Bernie Papy.
The cvttesc boy are reported]I I I Guards Jim Register and:
to be In good trim and have a I i Buck Sawyer. PRICES
line-up of such player as Albert j)' For the High School: I EFFECTIVE _
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Parks 1, Meador 1, Flenner 1.
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I! Parks I, Ed. Woodson 1, Meador
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penrr last night at ,j! In the last game the Junior
fobs Spurt Shop romped Varsity started out like a house
th Independents last night afire but the Elks were minusits
award game and in the star player,'and at the half the
the.. Elks won over Junior score stood 27 to 15 in favor of
ia the best game of the n: :| Varsity, then at the third quarter
1 Claude Valdez went into the
Beachcombers: won every : game and held the Varsity to
ter and. handed the nine points while they scored 14
boys a lacing to the tune of and at the end of the third quar-
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II. High srorrr" was ter the score was Varsity 36,
with 11 points and Elks 29, then came the fatal last
and. Octerhodt 5 and for the j quarter and Nunez scored 10
IHe bet was Frank with 9 w'I, points enough to put the game THE SAME FAMOUS BRANDS YOU ENJOYED THANKSGIVING. .PRICED LOW !
Stuart scared 4. on ice but Curry 5, Castillo 2 and a
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way and Barber scored Elks Club 8 7 14 19--48 I (' GREEN GIANT fit
rirnner" X for the losers the '| Referee Woodson, Umpires Do- woo
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Parks with 4 points each. I tSatre Tallon. 3"1 v Ir; t\\
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Independents 324 Auburn's freshman footballteam ii
fobs Spr. Shp4 10 6 three .
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WORK{ WITH CHILDREN ; France After suffering Last Two Days, THURSDAY and FRIDAY rhnu

INDIANAPOLIS .cT- At the age of 73, Louis H. Reynolds; stomach-ache for 34 years,
I thought hM life's work-days were behind him, until he rememberedthe i Rene, Maietc. 64-year-old farmer -
underwent an operation. A,(
we. k hi.-. am left when he died. Thinking back over the things I surgeon found a German bullet i
natce Capt Golden A. Reynolds*t f I which Maltete had received at I '
had told him about the juvenile the battlefront in 1914. I
aid dlvi.*m. the retired railroad'I Or Whoopscc! I
man offered' his services free tot I I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS cHRIsTMA" :
the juvenile court's probation'depatmenL I
a lie If father catches. .
Today he's a volun-i your (Know America)
us eloping tonight I wonder what!
leer worker in the Marion Count -j Bainbridge Colby of New
he'll to mother?
# say your .
\ Juvenile Center. York, lawyer onetime U. S. sec
She- He'll probably "Sh-
I "I was always *o busy rearing .h-h." retary of state born in St.
a family that I didn't have tune. ,Louis, 79 years ago. f F
to consider the problems of un-; Deems Taylor of New York
[1 ImtuiMte chitdicn." Reynolds j school teacher before he went in-!famed Another
i composer born there, 63 Lot ONE LOT I
h Mid. the railroad work. t years ago.Carroll.
'Maybe I ran get them straightened -' Recce, chairman
I The Mm had built a reputationS of the t
S a plead t>t nrglei-ted children; out again," he said. Republican National Committee, Pillow Cases r
1! %' hil* he served as head of they I He was given hearty welcome I born in Butler, Tenn., 59 years SALE $395full
I. juvenile division. Six weeks i tI in his new job. Juvenile Court I ago. Drapes
sifter Capi. Reynolds' death his I Judge Joseph O. Hoffman and Lieut Gen. Howard A. Craig,
tiM4hrr died. Louis Reynolds. 49cSHEETS
i left alone. refmvmbcied what his officer for Marion County, issued j Length-Worth Three Times
oriel had sold.There |a joint statement: )ago.Maj.. Gen. Allen II. Waitt of
MC au many kids who> "We feel that the more associa-,;the Chemical Warfare Service. As Much
,E have never had anyone whoreally !tion the delinquent children' born in Orlando, Fla., 56 years
and honestly cared about I IK have with mature persons the r v
tlsesn"r r better their chances of getting ago.Lewis Metcalfe Walling former
..thri, Rrn..M* found he got straightened out. Reynolds is Labor Department's Wage and| Your Last OpportunityTo Material!! Material!! 4
aloft dne with the boys at the happy just to "carry on for Golden. Hour Division head, born in'i
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THIS ILLUSTRATION by an artist shows in sUi king manner the progress aviation has made since I
the Wright brothers mad their first the sand at NEW 36x54BEDS
flight on Kitty Hawk. N. C. December 17. 1903.
Their tiny kite like plan, the "Kittr Hawk". ar.d its initial flight of 120 feet are diagramed above I $1 25 Plastic $285 r
the wing ef an Air Force's biggest be mber shown in flight near Fort Worth. Tex. The f SHOWER
fcombr wes assembled: at Consolidated VuUe 's p lant in Fort Worth. The "Kitty Hawk's" flightwas :
just slightly more than half the length cf the B-36's 230-foot wing span. The historic Bills i 3
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TK souvenir consists of several pieces broken off the plane when wind turned it over shortly after
the tint flight at Kitty Hawk. N. C. December 17. 1903. Taylor was invited to attend ceremoniesat
lh. Smithsonian Institution in Washington Friday to welcome the "Kitty Hawk" back to America :
after 29 years of exile in a London Museum. However he said his health would not permit him I *s From $ 7 450, FOR TWO-PIECE
t. make the cross-country: trip. Right; The "Kitty' Hawk" is hoisted into her permanent position I THIS SALE $1975
in the National Air Museum a unit of the Smithsonian Institution. It was placed on formal exhibition THt-Bcick
Friday during the ceremonies celebrating the 45th anniversary of the first flight i iI

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Harry S. Truman J. Robert -Oooenheimer Sir Laurence Olivier Herbert Hoover and Pawl, Hoffman I II I ey SNAPs

By SHERRY BOWEN. AP Newsfeatures Writer J.11| I 2 35c
Harry S. Truman.; President of the United States of Amer. BEANS Ik
from an operation in Washington forces The labor leader who I '
boa was man of the year in 1948. He was chosen almost'unanimously For another vear, he had headed I came to this country as an immigrant ;; DOZEN 25
by vote of the editors of Associated Press news-;, the U. S. State Department. lie'' coal miner surprised delegates -f c I J
papers. j was the general in charge of U.S. '! with the vigor of his attack :
The farm boy from Missouri who prayerfully took over as J I operations in the cold war just as I on Red elements. ,I YORKSQu
chief executive when President Roosevelt died in 1945. waged he had been chief of staff for the |I Ford continued to direct the i ,
a fighting campaign and won an upset victory in 1948. He i U. S. Army in World War II. lie''. auto empire founded by his
end he often yearned for his old seat in the U. S. Senate. But had ruled himself' out of the race grandfather. During 1943 he
when, the chips were down he ignored the experts. He told;, for President and pent; the year ; toured Europe visiting Ford ;hwLB.15cIApplcs
meeting the tough problems of a ]I I 2 25
his party leaders he would win-and he did. | divided,world. In 1947, The AP I'1 plants there. lie also accepted the tk 1
He had traveled a long and twisted road to the Presidency.: editors hose him man of the i. post of chairman of national com ,
with his father and worked munity chests.
In 1906 he went into partnership I I year for his work.Oppenheimer .
long hours to keep the family farm going. Eleven years later 1]i is director of VFotes of the editors were '
World War L He went to France as a in, evenly divided between Hoover -
he captain
was in before the Institute for Advanced and Hoffman in the public I 2.I.OL ."I) 11(1\ KU,IfTS UIIUU": I i\ flitIH, **** !** MM .*
the Missouri national guard was promoted major -; Study at Princeton. He also
the ended. ft service field. Hoover the onlyU. HKL: \I"' "
war i continues work with U. S. and I
After the war he failed in world groups which seek to S. ex-President. has worked
the Army during the war. he hard on his government reorganization I
I business and was long years I I control the atom bomb. Re- CHEESE 89
became commander in Hoffman
I I II commission. I
paying off the resulting debt. turning from Europe Oct. 30.
chief of all the U. S. forces as was head of the Stud- Coffee 49crir
% with oft I
I But in 192 the help [ he said. "Men of our times will !
President of the United States.In baker Corp. but left to direct
>M Pendergast machine in Mis- > never have a sense'of security
the 1946 elections, the Republicans 1.: the U. S. program for aid to
CTirL he went into politics as a I 1 again. He was wartime director -
r gained control of both i iI I of M. Europe. j ICS (:FLu
the Los Alamos. N.
govern-tent I houses of Congress. Faced with I II I laboratory where the first atom Mailer a Brooklyn boy who}
;I ;jle was first elected to the U. S. I hositility from the legislators he I I bombs were built. I went to Harvard and then to the I i "'\1 JUI
Senate hammered at a program which in the Pacific, rocketed to III I ,I'M- III
in 1934 When the Pender- I He feels that education, espe- j FRA NKS 49 "
: w *r machine faced charges of.j included long range housing, increased -I II I cially in universities, will be of fame when "The Naked and the i Lb c
lily Truman was nearly legal minimum wages a : great help. In his latest trip to. Dead" was published. It was on
vtefeated in the 1940 election. ButriMstigators civil rights program, government I Europe he found fears not so best seller lists for many weeks.
said suspicion never I I backed health insurance, federal I I much of atomic war but of "oc-:I i I|i i Reviewers hailed the book as a Mayonnaise4B
once pointed at him. Truman said I aid for education and other I cupation, enslavement, civil war rough and tough piece of realism .iRMOl K'S SI./tf:1J: Pendergast never asked him | things |1| and destruction." He also found a about war. Mailer says it is reallya ,
to *. a dishonest thing. He denounced the TaftHartleylaw feeling that the universities must highly symbolic work on the
In the early part of the war he I and income tax cuts. On this ';, take their place in the days aheadas conflict between the beast and imt 1.1ftfir /'M' !
*Beaded the Truman Committeewtatfl program, he won the 1948 elec 'the cunterpart of the'monas the seer in man. C 0 N lb. 54 C /
/fth- II'MLs'' .
saved the nation millions tion. I I teries of the early Middle Ages. '1 I Olivier headed the entertainment i # *
III dollars by checking on wares I In other fields The AP edi- MjJiray was again elected head vote because of the releaseof
..trat ts. In 1944 he took the tors chose the following men: of the CIO in November. His his "Hamlet," a motion picture -
.i SM.neri.ti.n as vice president,". George C. Marshall foreign affairs 'I union won a wage boost in the in the United States. Olivier Fo( \'(. TEMtEK ItEEP: P 33c
I i AAWh he did nat want, in a com- : J. Robert Oppenheimer i!I steel industry in July. Through himself spent nine months of reserves .
promue, deal at the convention.I science; Philip Murray labor: 'the year he kept up a running 1948 in Australia with membersof
His committee was formed at Henry Ford IL industry: Herbert 'I fight with the left wing in the his London "Old Vic" com 1J ..
r his suggestion after he had i Hoover and Paul Hoffman I I I CIO. He backed Truman and de- pany. His tour was hailed as a I LIVER Lb. 52
-"..,.gii turned down when he I in public service: Norman nounced Wallace for his third smashing success lie is now back I MM OfMLDHM \T rM. .
sought to reactivate his com- Mailer literature: and Sir Laurence party bid. Action of the November in London where "Old Vic" will 1.1,." ",, .,
nuation in the Army reserve. I Olivier. entertainment. ,: convention showed full vic- feature his acting again after the
So.'\Dstead of being a colonel in Marshall now is recovering tory for Murray's right wing first of the year I
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1'Y.p ration will be increased
4 ;2...,...... supplies of fats and oils,i
*.fin Africa ale responsible. i, EGGS DOZEN 67c Crackers 29cJ
:arh consumer now is rationed, i
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ounces of toilet soap or 24]
=.* c.i hard soap every eight I .

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t IjMfe-i>ui.incxersus Big busi- I'
JUICE. 29l' WESSON OIL lieX10.
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se U the bin talk by windy but
}MaP KH>'" in politics on why the (f"P) Phot, ; -
In kMMt of business 1 is different WORKMEN CLEAR WRECKAGE of a C-82 "Fl ying Boxcar" which crashed in a field near the 2: (,1'S (:O)'ISTC() ; ito1'k: /. i i11 y 1.11
WId totnbip and should be thrott Air Force Base at Greenville. S. C. killing four men and injuring three. The huge craft was
... ". 'd off the map while flames air fire t out the blaze before it could the
but base
1... ....fti'.u. should be given damaged by fighters pu consume ship. I CUT BEETS e12k'' SOAP POWDER Sc
.s- ....... track makes you won- The base reported the pilot had engine trouble and was coming in for an emergency, landing. e e .
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E .. tokr a guy starting in his Blind 18 Years I PIN T (: t\ 111,, 'Ul' C 1\
re/nd-.Ird tu make electric irons ,

WI' init he-is he a is good little citizen busi-,: Can See Now see Ice e' aln : : -tle-; fcudHOLIGAY /" i GLASS WAX Sge GLASS WAX BIt

...... AM .if IM makes a 100 pert I e .

*.* -nortin' good iron-ev- ROCKFORD, Ill. After i --
wanting one-and gets being I KLLI.OC I )(;(;:S(1.( 1 '1'11.1.1 .t\ I 1111
,i'I.i-ng '..., out by the carload, totally blind since he was 45 j I i
1 ( hr still years old Herb Ozburn, now ;, I
Mwe is a good guy-
.Ml. ilMuM not then be scoffed or', 63, is regaining his sight in his .VARIETY 33r SALMON 63cNO.
l,>e kn.... down on-or be taxed]] right eye. He can now distin- i .
nf UMIIMM.c | guish features of his family and PUDDING7Rindividual I _

N i. lame tu tune-out the 2 byj I| friends.the loudness"The thing of the I notice mostis I. 1 T1.1.. (::1N 1\\II1): :(: IC.:'., C 1IIFIISIIF.1. : .. : 's 1.IhN'IH-\'hI
colors" of
.aMMngs who hire themlself a
and. tell us citizens that modern clothing, lipstick, etc. l 6 FRUIT COCKT AIL 29c
r..k. .. IS Vo'rong-but he can I 'servings- ,dainty :",14 SYRUP 14
.;. it Everything is not wrong. Your Horoscope tart shellsAttractive! Super- ..._ I .
2* MU pUrv on earth are there I delicious!Your Sealtest Dealer yam
< lobe or better pay, or a I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, has them. I 12-0Z. CI1EAH'rS: UELIGIIT n-Ul.. !Itl\',, I\IJ..U'C.S: :
t* T rhanre to make a name 1948-Today promises ability for ..
ILr , or better bosses. TheM I hard work and considerable suc- PEAR NECTAR 14c CORN
M 'today is just the cess in life. The mind is capableand cutku(2)a i, ,. t- FLAKES 158oOlT
totmmm Uf> little electric iron fel- I full of enterprise, sharp, incisive AND .nUIY < "
fn .... WM ""* tm'an the woods and with a strong pur- J "" -
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few ywrs bu k.J pose. Success will be ultimatley .-'. ItllJ--nl'ln' '"
,Ylttt with the low down, achieved, but the way may be ".<'t. 7' .
: JO SERRA. fill ...' N. ",. ,. '. PAPER NAPKINS 14c
rocky though be made GRITS
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''Jii'MIIIl4 easier if attention be paid to the ; :.... ""'-' .-.. -'- ..; '"1' I .

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.WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1945---I ( l THE KEY WEST ITIZF: .-. :frAGE, Nt2v'ir3

I .'': TIPS FOR LAST-MINUTE SHOPPERS I Bride Accidentally- !.I Beauty : : I

r.- -7. i Killed By Gun |I i PICK 0' SAINT NICK

BELLINGTON, W. Va.Whenher ,
9oa bridegroom of a few days

s r ,. ,I was called away on business,
t I Mrs. Lucille :Teter 23, remained
>r ,a I with her jnvalid! mother. She }

Rn I Decided ,to go deer hunting and, } It,
when she failed to return late
t. I that evening a searching party-

f 1 I combed the* surrounding wOOj 1s.
k f. '!"t I Her body was Pound one muddy

,.. hillside slumped over her hunting .
I. rifle The coroner ruled she
T-=--', _H"" .L.... .< ,- ., .A FOR ;i TRAVELING had stumbled on the slope, accidentally .H
(, il. White raichide discharging the bullet (:111111 TtE For
FOR A TOMBOY FOR A SPECIAL HIM s which ended her life. ,
slwr'- iIJ case, beautl- i inuiic I"r,.,.. ,I/rial r HN. I
Slick ship 'n'shore Table
I or pocket '
blouse fully fined. Qg IlItIllHlUlllnUDDUIII1 !U flfI0 flflfl Ixact, black and while keybtHird. -
of gay rayon lighter, windproof and What's
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plaid. butlgerI'ri'etl.. trilh signature. : ,
the 5r

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Jackson Southard Square. Whiteheadand Streets'JII1IDIIIIUIilllItIllWillllll1l1UU1nnnDlDDIIID I

: ': :- ,- MONDAY: II 1ULE SCETS Urn- .
: 9:00 P.M.-Juke Box dance.
r .-: .., "Truth or Conse shaped bottle. Directoire
r. .. ., .-- -<, ... .. quences Quiz Show." I ;
------ -- TUESDAY: I fragrance--French man. II

FOR MIDGET BRAKEME* Brand Freer addition 7:30 P.M.-Shuffle board ses- IIpr. I
Ito the railroad family is this speedy freight train ..-s.-._.. ... .-_.. _____ J sicns on the patio..
gOO P.M.-Theatre Group meets. ..
rill "nratiumuatic"control (cars uncouple, go for- FOR EVERYBODY WEDNESDAY I
trard or i nrererse at the pressure of button.) Briyht \eir game craze, L. Ju- 1:00 P.M.-Hospital Fishing trip. I'
/and colorful freight cars are (I"lIrtllps'fllptl, 11 \&: bes, anagrams that are 800P.M-Dance ners.) Class (Begin-

.- inches long. Designed by Lionel. played trilh dice. 9-00 P.M.-"Ye Ole Country
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fashion (Square Dancin', Virginia

I TOP OF THE YULE LIST 1 11 THURSDAY 9:30 3:00 P PJil.M..--Dance.Photo: Reels Class.Orchestra.). -----

FRIDAY: '. .
j -nin POKE LUcite -
by Dorothy' Roe 8:15 P.M.-:Movies, Bridge Par -- _'.;...:c -
ties.'SATURDAY brush, nylon bristles,
E. : -"" : I Tll.m BILLFOLD .
comb set in draicstring
8:15 P.M.-Movies. (.l.omb mirror, fittings
10:15 P"'I.-Second show (same bag. i I
ii SUNDAY: feature). : for lipstick. Buxtitn design.

9:45 A.M.-Java Club.
.1 2:00 P.M. Classic Hour.
,, 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour.
Coffee and dough-
.1I nuts.

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.. -W: i.j PROGRAMuiuiiiuiimiiiiiiGumiiuuiuiiiiiNimuuiiJiiinffiinr
I of
I 7:30 P.M.-Spanish ClassTUESDAY .
I 10:00 A.M.-Bowling, for Navy
To a debutante. Tangy (Contains cleanser, lotion
Wives at U. S. Sub I
Base Bowling Alleys. bath oil and fragrant toil 1 poicder. skin errant (nd I
7:30 P.M.-Hospital Party (2nd etries. I I lipstick
I Tues.)

12:30: P,M.-Hospital Fishing Trip
2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club.
7:00 P.M.-J u k e Box Dance

THURSDAY games. Located in the Heart of lie City

e 1 00 PM.-Sewing Machines, RATES I>r\faIC WHITE or WIRE
Billards. Showers REASONABLt: llUUlll'- for RESERVATIONSwith
2.00 P.M.-Pre-natal Class.
U:00 P.M.-Dance SATURDAY, Orchestra. I I Ford Perching Miller

2:00 PAI.-Boxing Training. I i, Hold Hotel lintel

!\}'LO.\ (*LAMOR Most popular gift in the JVIil (hnslinas lineup is nylon 9:30 AM.-SUNDAY Communion Break : 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st AT*. 229 NE. lit A?..
lingerie, now iridely' aiailable at shop throughout the country. If'omen of fast (monthly). 80 Elevator Rooms 100 Elevator Rooms
all ages like it not only for its sheer beauty" but beiause it can be trashed tzseasily 1:00 P.M.-,Picnic (sign up). I Solarium Heated Elevator
handkerchief dried in a fear hours-a boon to college girls
as a To insure daily repetition of 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
and Iraieler ,ll,,are are a sheer nylon tricot noun icilh bands of line ;11. of prayers, twelfth-century Persians -
senora (left and a fabulous negligee in black accordionplealcd nylon tri decorated their dwelling .- ..
walls with clay tiles in which ..,.. --- "
The need nit ironing. -- -
cot. pleats are permanent < prayers were inscribed. -
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( I It' 7frVA MIAMI and KEY WEST

t' B.tw_n Miami and K.y W_t

aa ..., 1 I II I Express Schedule

i--1t-i 1 ,I (No Stops En Route)
I It CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
rives at Miami at 12.00 o'clock Mid
t night.
SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid.
night and arrive at Key West ai
I 6:00 o'clock AM.

Local Schedule:
(Stops At All Intermediate Point)
xF.- CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA.
M. and arrives at Miami at 4.00
FOR HOME or o'clock P. M.

SUNDAYS at 9:00 o'clock A. M. andarrives
; COMMERCIAL USEWe at Key West at 5.00 o'clock
ON TRIAL RUN The U.S.S. Des Monies, the Nas P.M.
Dew 17.000-ton cruiser. makes her trial run oft the Massachusettscoast ,
after bunt launched at Quincy.: Mass Are Prepared To Furnish You With
--- -- --- ---,- --- ---- -I Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE
cause he had a good report taid: i! FULL CARGO INSURANCE
Report t Cards I Now about 100 youngsters lineup MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton k Fraacii,It*.
I Thompson Enterprises Inc.ICE PHONES 32 AND 33
for a report card inspectionevery .
Pay OffLARAMIE. I six weeks by the grocery; L_ _, "' ': --. :;;;:_:'.-=& ..r- ,..: :.
store owner an ex-Marine injured ( DIVISION)
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Wjo.-<;F)Howard]| on Guadalcanal. If the\
Trevathan started something :.have good grades, Tie\'athangie ; : Subscribe To The (:it zrn--2jl' Weekly'
When he gate a child candy be : : them candy or bubble sum 1

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Modes of the Moment
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U' trNalreterrs EL: ,'

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Young girls love to sew and T

... more and more of them rewhipping ib.x t

up smart things that ..
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: might make Mr. Dior take notice .",

Many of them find that
seaR .
"interesting attractive garmentsare x

_. easy to do at home during i -. ;
off hours cheaper than store-

= bought garments for small r _

budgets and better fitting.
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At the recent 4-II club con-

gress in Chicago, 529 representative \
club members filled out sewing i d' w
questionnaires reports a trade 1 4

"paper Most of the girls said they

preferred to sew cottons with

corduroy, gingham, chambray
pique, percale and batiste top r t "

.favorites Wool was listed as sec- $
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ond "easiest" The majority reported :

they made between 10 and
20 garments last year. Recent
1947 statistics showed that 4-II "'fk i. Pry

club members made 7.944,677 garments ...:'I .
in 1947. : '

H'ers are active on farms too. .- '.,."; : ;a

Six of them were crowned national 7
Better Methods" cham- s s ; .
pions and awarded college schol- :;: '
,- Jimmie Sutherland, 15, of '
ar&hips < '
-_ 'Windsor, Mo., built a model electrified L I v ,; : : LP .i _
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farm for demonstration .' "
Robert Norris 15, of < ; '.
,pwt poses 'I' : ; ,_ ; ', .: ',.: ,t( .' "
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PARTI GIRL Site looks like an angel and may. SISTER S1TI.ES Big and little sitter gn itartyingj, wearing the neicest thing .

be she'll act like one, in (;eleste party' dress njtfhite in small'fr party frocAs-i"e"ticaillre"es of silky gray broadcloth, iri'i/i ruf I

organdie rill late ruffles and reliet sash. fle-edged pinafore fronts imported Strips eyelet embroidery.

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I \" party dress to make her
'. w -r
/ ', look like her own dreamof 1 !
:; a fairy princess.$. This
f. P 4 rdstlt "" -
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ell the old-Jashioned
.. year Fr.; 4i'
Covin, Ala., set up a modern machine : "" 'I charm of long age has been -
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captured ihte holiday
shop, built an electric -' .'
tools and frocks designed for
Brooder some power a ,, party
paint sprayer. Joan Patten 16, of ,'. modern cherubs by. Celeste.
Provo Utah, had the homemaking [ oJ -
responsibility of 4 children .,r NI ', ; '
.. Her her mother died. Her time ""' 1.1 1l
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savers included cutting down the I { ;
.: tfamily wash from one day to a 8 :
-half day. She also snoweu.. now to a rYj7Ii1 .
:save more time with new dish l
... washing methods. L 1:1l
City girls who complain about
washing dishes occasionally, might I
-take a peek at Joan's daily calendar j
-_ : She does the housework r I a'i
.goes to high school, churns the .
butter, feeds chickens and cows z 4
drives a tractor in the hay and s R ; a 1
grain seasons. ,
-. Better laundry methods also r, 111 I

were worked out by Mardelle

Hopkins 16 of Walkersville, W. r i ?
.Va, and Tommy Dale Mullms 17 i JI-i-iiil.
of Portales N. Mex. Tommy re- I It &r
.. "modelled the laundry on her 640 I ji
acre ranch so that it is now virtually I Ip 'w--
automatic Hazel Brock, 16, -
: Cord 'le, Ga, learned how to wire ,
-a house, mix paint and do other t ', 1
: "chores She figures that the new 'V '

electric brooder she planned will id" ,. >.. '. .' .... ..I.It"
save 22 hours of walking annually s ,.: t : ,1I
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Some of Junior Achievements I w..J

: right young 'girls formed a new "f, ," ...
modeling agency called The Model -
-Ts. The girls are offering
1L 1s
their modeling and a teen-testing" .
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service to apparel and accessory bet
manufacturers who wish
-to give their lines preliminary 4.s )7. rg
r try-outs. The girls between the I
ages of 14 and 17 also have' offered _
their services in showrooms tat C
hours that do not conflict with i
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school schedules 1 .
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Teen Department buyers from ,
/> stores listened with --

great interest to the girls' opinions "ORTRAIT (,ow11s happy moppet makes MISTLETOE WISS. 1.1.001\/.', "',U nmG.: .'' fml she's dressed
at a recent fashion show.
They learned that the youngset her boir in tint picture-book dress of velveteen S/ie'a sure oj retail in for the occasion in this rumba-ruffled dress tril/i I

prefer the long fitted coats for icith bertha collar and apron of lace her gingham and organdie dotted Stciss top. Itrttailcloth skirt

spring, tweeds especially in and em broidery. gotcn.I find e\elet trim.
classic longer jacket suits and
suits with box jackets which may / --- -- -- .. ------ .... ---.
be worn either belted or straight I
YOUR CHILI) TODAY sor of Pediatrics at New York I general knowledge of lifetime personality patterns..
They liked the longer length in 1 I Swiss Austrians
skirts and coats I University's Medical School; and i|; on the parents falls the Children-I This trend has been accompaniedby ,

Medics, Home, Professor Jean Betzner of Teachers I I bility of applying a renewed appreciation of the

.. Round 'n Round They Go College, Coumbia University I izations to their own role of his parents and his home I lave Border Talks
Frank Sinatra's A Little Learn School To Aid According to Dr. Gesell, "over applies to all phases of the child's each child's development. I
in is a Dangerous Thing' (in two I I development eating, sleeping, RORSCHACH, Switzerland -
half of the :!
--parts Frank teams up with Junior In 1919By pediatrician's time is I'j toilet training, etc. It is hopedthat Schools are beginning to see Negotiations were begun
o Pearl Bailey on this one. Pearl I devoted to the care of well chil- the flexibility implicit in the children against the whole back- here between Switzerland and
sings of her unfortunate romance!! DAVID TAYLOR MARKE dren. This supervision is steadily newer attitudes will make child ground of their existence rather ;i Austria recently for the renewaland
and Frank offers sympathetic AH \.....!".Inrr. I broadening to include mental as rearing easier for the parentsI than the classroom amendment of agreement
comments. "Slow Boat to A round-the-clock, all-year.| well as physical welfare It is I I that childhood will be happierand in : setting ; for control of the 20 mile reachof
China" one of the most I safe to predict that 1949 this that only. j
popular round concern for the physical 1 in in addition at least the Rhine River forming the
songs of the day, gets a lift with same trend will grow stronger some of the emotional disturb- "As we gain greater insight into Swiss-Austrian frontier
Benny Goodman's clarinet, orchestra mental and emotional life of and take the form of more systematic -I!i i ances which plague adults will be I children's capabilities, we will Swiss and Austrian delegations

and Al Hendenckson's the child was cited by leading supervision of child dev '! averted. be able to give them responsibilities -I. opened a preliminary discussion
.=- \ooal authorities as the highlight for opment through parent and In the field of childhood education -i that make for a realistic approach of the manifold problems involved -
1948 in the field of child de- mid guidance and through fam- i] says Dr. Betzner, "This stimulated to life," she declared. in the control of traffic
\Si velopment and education. :ly counseling" .i concern for the :!hour "Schools will have a new sense across and along the river and
M1.CL.'t1. So say Dr. Arnold Gesell founder Dr Bakwm adds: 'I'! life of children results from our I I of their moral responsibility to supervision of the frontier.
I and until recently, director There is also a growing real- newer understanding of the fart make the classroom merge with I A full.scale Swiss Austrian
(You writ Vivian BrownLa :of the Clinic of Child Development ization of the need for indivilual- t
.. may I that the early emotional the world outside so that the I conference to settle the e prob-
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