The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 24, 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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of a revolution authonzrrv 19 I in keep supplies up 15thOccupational I Fleming hU tartker is I/Rr... Iti.....
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\\w' fVMtmen's Associafw Worth u_. 60 'I' will be conunueu on ChristmasDay. Gale; To He (JIIlII lawn ....... M ..... i. weals. 1 1uw
ti.11 the UM of part of GarTVr Galveston 67 i .' 'Lives I 1 .,.... ."I Nse 4larletl '.
Jacksonville .. __ 55 (Three countries today two of. z for Riles; Tonight .. .
rr m tkyd t I laaa ap.esn..t. 71r i e; '
Are Collected l
Kansas __.._ them in the Allied
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serifs may come up at the h final tilt u...... ..... .
11ea4 tea. ..... martin of the Com- KEY WEST __un.u 76''the war. stated that they will From 1,502 I'Lires 4- I Fleming street gate to the .ulwtea+i ......... IIri11 r. ,
........ act January 3rd Key West Airport __.. h 73 have their merriest Christmas. Key West Navel Station will withdraw her k'.... .. w /."..
H to ptwptawd the city shall I Los Angeles __ _-. h_ __ 29 since the war's end. Great Britain I Of Hii'-iiM-.s! Here j!I be open from 11 o'clock tonight I I..nleery they h.. ttean..mJ 4I
had increased the food ration
ne Uw ehrrtwt NMtmcn a strip Louisville _: 28 fillCe they .hM .byes tiles M..
early in the week but today an- licence fees C"lIccted i 1 for the religious services I
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.f arty whirl extend northoailirly Meridian n_h ___ _Un 42. 1 acre ywat 11M ashes ettglt.U
Men Roosevelt boule-t,Miami .r 63 other announcement was issued by City Tax Collector;!I which are planned to be held !'nAIl in Jtewj .
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veM M..*. If* Bight and thence I IaIeonc I Minneapolis __- __ ___ II that gladdened the hearts of theContinued 1 Archie Roberts totaled $37.S9665: ): at the Naval Station chapel | Five vwl d M beer .. (tit ire
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the bnwlrtaM in a Memphis> 41) December! and the baseball park. I rfulH the idles
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.y dimtton for 400 f New Orleans __ 60 rr 'abstained, awl Mir aai4itr .. .
*fW ntv .hpulatrs that notash New York _. 25 Xtntis Dinner I IS City Manager Ralph D. Sapid!I i The Protestant services j 11>*V, M the nb to IMA .! Ie '
Kail. the peniMt be rcvura- !I Norfolk __ ._____ 35 1 1''IL 1'-' ing reported today. I I i will begin at 11:IS pun. in the .seven .....*..... HMMl tow a .
.*.. at ally time, but that the ex- Oklahoma City ___ 33 Al Comity Jail !1 In a statement issued today.. chapeL while High Mass will au rtsabe ... eci.Rtaari'...
........ irf nMfttrurtinfi docks: or ,Omaha _.n ,_. 24 the city manager said: I I| be celebrated by Catholic '
......** faoltfe* shall be borne j;I Pensarola 60 A Christmas dinner for the I' "The city tax collector has assembled {eurity .latent. p.r a tete...t.1aU1i' .
of Jail being priests at, midnight In. the
prisoners County was : i
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I'I pM.rM and that the boatmen Roanoke _. 29 I prepared in part today. It is j'j'I ccrning the financial oj ralion*L: .__ ..... a !haws 1.. 0.W)4faaur.nqpas ) : 'I St.-Lou. _+'---_-:'T. planned. serve Jhe.jneal.tom ;-_ a 1 resulting-Irwn the enactment ol!r ,u been.srected, +e.r.I .WI i .. ..
v 14. ear damage to persons San Antonio -- _. .. 251 I ro"' oon .. Ordinance: No. 218, which became After the services th s* I 1 ....iw iMbnn," hM Mw PBH.,
.* e.t..,....-t vII Sari Francisco 33.I 1 I Prisoners in City Jail, held on 1 --- "" "" --- effective September 29. 1948. in I who do not wish to use the .al wa not uUiti M V* a .-4.j .
if alxi provided In the tcnta I Seattle 19 i I minor cnargcs, art to DC released" I connection with occupational Ii-1 i Southard street gate may j t White the tare I wa. Ut ;
.. today so that they may go to MIAMI KEY WEST leave the Naval Station byway 1 .... .
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(( ., On Six 'I Tampa 65Wa their.. homes. There are only a BARGE LINE. Inc. I of the Fleming street |inter in that ***.***y MNat a i
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I TELEPHONE S I Francis at Division- Phone 9134 I .; Dutch eumntaMrief in Java I
: MILLIONS OF U. S. AUTOS I I Jail.RAUL'S purge Leaves Miami WE HAVE A FEW 24 and 26 IN. NOTICEThere I. I' II.I.'IA .ihwram t+ea.wi.Iid ,liw. .. fI
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TELEPHONE IISAnnouncing : from the United States in 1947 j EVEDANCE A I New BATTERIES'hi e. elf'

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CLUB I : Ole requested lo meet at Scottish I Ihlo Temple :Sun'luLte- ;
: comber 2C at 7:00: P.M., for observance ol SL JuIIl '; Day aa I Ii! I .if/flY. "U'III r 21 TrimmingsNOCHE!
ON ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD at the First Methodic! Church. aa Nuic'by John Priithard BUENA

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SIMPSON. PINDER TRIO. Dance Stylists DOREEN CRUZ. All Members are requested:;; to observe these announce : II I 111 It t y 11r t 1ltvvtrvvvOVyvttwwvllv ft t Itrt f11ecetr
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Samba Supreme THe MELLO-AIRES. Girl Trio I : l I'li' 'ical Fruit Cocktail! I I I tIicarts II BLACKOUT RESTAURANT
GERRY PINDER On Tap MUSIC by The Debonnaires !. I : Stuffed Olives
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L 'P. ARTMAX Ow.e* ... PvMUherIHMAI Some scholars assert that Jesus Christwas I Ithe -
I). ART6BuSi.m M&aP In making tea be sure to rinse

C.Fr rr*..Gre The.B CttlMa. and ABB Bulldln-Street born in August, not in December and Days GoneJy] teapot with boiling water' be- ]

tftlT Daily Newnpaper la Key West end disbelievers: assert that there is no contemporary fore the tea leaves are added.'
Monroe County AS TAKEN FROM Tl&aj Allow the boiling water and tea
of the I
1Deu< *>l Ky -West ""Florida a< second class matter history religious or OF THE CITIZEN OP leaves to stand from three to five -- -- '.
time given when Christ was born and they minutes before pouring.The 'Barnes- ne saio. ana )n; was .i
MKMBFK OP THE ASSOCIATED! PRESS! I DECEMBER 24. 19M ]. cnapter ZcvOU \okay smile too. Mit.cmcnten: "

The AMOciated Priu I* exclusively entitled cre4lt.4I. to therefore, believe he never lived on earth. 0mnunununmunu=n=um.-'a like it. Gerry 'has been telling me -o [1h.tn7 thJ
tie* for reprwiieiM of all new dispatch sacred wheel is inseparably -
II rr Odt otherwise credited In this paper. And However, those beliefs can be brushed Spongers generally will I 3uddI 1 The question made me duck interesting things .s..ys
haye connected wghLEGALS} isij
Js* tr. ;(cal I Dt.1 published here. back and touch first. For a coupleof investigate the affairs; viivano' ..
-- aside in considering Christmas as the sizeable rolls of Christmas i t seconds the Barnes was not "

JT.. Year __.BlIMCRIPTIOX: -. : RATES .fit.00 most inspiring day in Christendom. The money. This week the total- salesof being,the gentleman he's crackedup "Paul?' kids gKWjbpdy De oJ: -
Wi Month _n. __.: .... sponge amounted to more, -- -- to be. Maybe 1 even reddened I said. "'S ItMMB prIvate
lire: )Moatk ___.. LOS day has been so firmly established in the than $13,000.Roast a little. I don know. vestigator A cop with a civ
tike ftlositlk. __ LOS" ,NOTICE MIKK FICTITIOInS license. A private detect.-e"
hearts and minds of Christian nations S NAIE CTATCTE "Did you know Sam and Dot
before the ?" I asked 'quickly.Her He bnghlened. and ',
will be the piece de
lines about the re- Antf tkn
theoretical understanding. suddesj4sI
ADVERTISING! RATES arguing along that the undersigned. desiring to
Mad Known Application sistence for the Christmas dinnet eyes went a blank the was
on engage In business under the fictitious thought gtur goflg
date Christ was born or if he was on 'earth tomorrow in the county jail name of "Casa Islamorado." and her brows puckered. through tbe manna of arms. Btti

All read lac _SPECIAL Uc.-... card NOTICE of thank resolution does not in the least stem the tide of good jailer Leon Roberts said'toda Upper: Matecumbe said fictitious Key intend with toregicter "Sam and Dot?" I was wrong. He was: simply txnft

of rmpeet olt,.ary notices poems, etewill,; becLarftd He explained that ther'will be the clerk of tbe Circuit name Court of Your !hosts," I explained. "Mr. ing and being very gallant to Dti
will the
for at the rat cf 1* cent a tin*. that sweeps, through Christian andMrs.Ea4in.Didyod. .?* Rankin who came SWeD1Ilg
several side dishes II on roe County. Florida. no.
Nc-ttcee for entertainment by churches from and..that the I
*Ilk b a revenue I* to be derived are 6 cent. a line. world on December 25. 12 prisoners will be able to 1-ated S December 23.. 114, "Onlyhis day meet them."she Dot gushed out sometl ing about
Invite. is- Albert J Mllli "But there being somebody that Paul
jke Cltlsea la an open forum and stepped inmy words. they
c,*....n .f public luues and subject of local or Hundreds of millions of people choose from four .different kinds I 24-11.D4D Sole .7-H.1SM Owner *. are so very Qi e. So sweet.. So .-. just bad to meet, and- took her .
Jan .
tok-.t1Us.p.ssrsi later**!, but It "will not. publish. anonymou- throughout the world will observe or celebrate ofpies. t' what you call .?" .. tow and was gone leaving JeF.

of all .U, 1% THE PIHrllT rOIRT OK THE "Saltol the earth." I helped her and me flanking both s.iks of a*
tomorrow the greatest days.In chair.
as The Citizen published a special I LfcENTII .lt tl 0 I. ilHCIITFLOHlUt. out empty

taking that view of Christmas its vota- dispatch from Cuba today, 'stating TN Op ANU THE OR NTt'I'Vf'ROtOIfCDI'NTt.l' .. .. "You are sweet also. Gerry. I Mcyisieur"You are?" DeFoe perhaps said f busy and IBafe JDiIlI.!

ries believe, and they have an unshakable? that a $00qoo stadium hasbeep f"i1fERV. -. think I like you very"much." a gesture I didn't get. "So 1IIHIr
rartr'V assuredher
MEMBER I94S foundation their completed in i Iavana. 114)74.LFONARJ1 f' I "Mutual. I'm sure. I murders. so many. robberies in
on which to place belief Krf. tiTf Jtt. ,and drained my drink. ?"
that Christianity i is the greatest force for : Local merchants vs. 1'. lnUft. DIUHKJEOfETTE I And it was whet I tilted my your I hadn't liked the guy in tfe
reported today I head back down that I saw her.
S. SMITH end I liked him
beginning less
good |in the world today.It that ]the Christmas"payroll: -IVfendantp I" Paula. She was sitting in a chair that remark. tat

matters not what one's Christian in Key Vest .is'. large.As !!Ri3Jeallette SF rn'Hr.H10"t! over by some potted palms that "Lots less than in some oOtct
Christmas falls this'year on tbe Ranting had brought countries.** 1 said, and him .
S. Smith. gave
be that fact still holds from Lasha. Or maybe it was
denomination may Sunday. the holiday' wilf be observed tin Hf'len'ohe.; meaningful stare.
Paramaribo. she
U4POYDE1T3 Faa KT WEST ( 741i'POrtend Avenue, Anyway was
He looked me over in frownfc
true. All Christian churches teach their ad- on Monday.
Norfolk. Virginia.You I ting in the chair and sitting on =
ADVOCATED BY THE'CTTJZEIJ silence for a long moment SomtJ;
are hereby required to appear one arm of it was a lad right out -
herents to do good and shun evil. Any man -
how I kind of felt like a necktiehe
to the Bill of Complaint for
I The Christmas spirit was the of your favorite heart throb gal-
_' who adheres to Christian teaching in any subject of discussion at the en divorce.the Z2nd In the of January.above entitled 1142. otherwise cause- lery. Tall dark flashing black "Monsitur, it would be all "But couldn't you make are not up too his busy mind ON.'

I. lion Bofelf tod Apartment church of that faith, leads a good life. It luncheon of the Rotary Club the allegations therein will eyes, trick mustache and a he- right if I visited your office,' haps? he suddenly asked per.
:. Bewh aMflathtng PiTilion.Alrpcrfr be taken an a. Und Sea. may be said that thousands of Christians yesterday in the Parish Hall on This Order is to be published definitely the third act curtain yes?" "That depends.I told him.
fnd Bahama street. The chief addresswas once a week for four consecutive type. And if the lug moved over Then bluntly. "Just what are you
L Co CooMlidiUoa of County ud arg merely lip-worshipers. Granting thatis made by the Rev John c.. week In The Key A Vest Citizen a two more inches he would be too. trying to say. DeFoe"
much good
newspaper published in Keyest, "But there was is little
a matter. MOIt-
"Qty QoveramenU.Community true it does not in the last detract from Gekeler Florida. right in Paula's lap Ren DeFoe was one of the leaders sieur.he said.
L Auditorium. Done and Ordered this ?3rd day of -Do not look so. Gerry." "Perhaps only a
the teaching in Christian churches. The December. A. l). 143 Goldielocks' voice brought But he was one of the few. matter of advice. It would be alt
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Pinder to- stopped, and just
She suddenly
(Seal) ROSS C SAWYER right if I visited your office tomor.
blame for trying to use Christianity merely announced feet back on the floor. like that Goldielocks suddenlywasn't '
day the birth of a Clerk of the Circuit Court row morning' Mademoiselle was

... 1 as a screen rests solely on those people daughter on Thursday in their Monroe: Florence County.E.Florida.By Sawter. quick"Huh down? 1 glance.echoed, giving her a there any more. She throughthe was kind enough to give me the a4'
ten feet plowing "
home at 1502 I away dress. .
South street. The Deputy ClerkPlL "She is so beautiful yes. she
: MONOGRAPH who resort to that practice. But those crowd. Instinctively I looked "Ten o'clock would be all >
R. SAW'TF.R.Soilellor righL
baby has been. named Barbara smiled at me. Then shaking those
for the Plaintiff. I I ahead of her. but it could have I said. And then for the sake of
countless millions who are true in heart Ann. golden tresses. "But Rene loves and
of gals
>* been twenty
5- Readers d..2t-UUUjaa.7-.Un. one
)ear : any ethics, plus letting him know
Dilly: himself most. Also he is the
and pure in mind in their Christian wor- guys she was going after but fast. right where I stood I added. "ButI
what call guest of
wUhes everybody a you
The Tax Collector
: County Frank H iv TOtS CIRCUIT COURT OF THE don't accept everything that
to the most precious herit- honor.
shipping cling
Merry Christmas and a Happy prosper- Ladd said today that thus for 16$ OP M.OKID. IS A>0 FOR MON- "Who is, and what" I tried to I BEGAN a so-called nonchalantI comes my way"
on earth. automobile license have amble toward the potted "You most fortunate."
age tags HOK IOI >T\ l\ CHANCERY.. cover myself. over are be
JfHM New Yf ar. Including itself. been sold for the current license i S N*. II- 7X "I have eyes and they saw Palms. and the couple snuggled said. "With all your money you

I TilE ORACLE period. ChARLES T( PPISO and yours," she said. "It is nothing under them. So snuggled that I do not have to accept anything"
: % The parent who looks into the bright ORSOLITtll'Pl. O. his with Ren I assure you. And who made it to within five feet before Paula! Had she passed on to this
vs. would not speak with so beautifula Paula turned her head and lookedat : good-looking cluck my whole
of delighted child Christmas Two .
eyes a on companies have made proposals Salt .. QuIet Title lady?" me. family[ history? I was so burnedat

I morning ought to be able to take what to city council for the'installation -.5 Tat I....... "Were my eyes that green?" I "Hello darling,' she said. I the thought that it jolted me

E U. S. MUST SELECT FRIENDS 1949 offer.RELIGION of parking meters in be JOHN dead SMITH or alice not et known aUDefendant to kidded. "But Ren who? And "Somebody take your dolls away? i plenty when I suddenly realized

may Key West. The council l has not I *.. what makes him the guest of Doll I mean? I want you to meeta :that DeFoe was staring at me with
yet taken definite action on i NOTICE TO '.PPFK honor?" most fascinating person Gerry. stark murder in his eyes. Only a
Z There In I danger that the policy of the either proposal IN Tnt NAME- 0..'- THE STATE The quick look she gave me sort Ren DeFoe. Ren, this is Gerry I second later I realized that hewasn't
NOT AN EXCUSE I 01- FLORIDATO of hinted that I certainly didn'tget Barnes." I staring at me. It was some
Cnitrtt States Government in international --- The Citizen 1 : John dead Smith nr alive not; known to be around much. I think she even Pretty Boy slid off the arm of body behind me. I turned. but aj

al will be dominated the ideait.t Today says in an I The I'nknown Spouse of the looked a little disappointed."Then the chair showed me the nicest: far as I could see the object of his
.*, by The Tennessee Supreme Court has editorial paragraph: I said John Smith if be is alive you were not of the Un teeth you ever saw, and shook glittering eyes were some more
{ "Not all who pay their debts and married derground she wanted to know. hands. The handshake surprisedme. of the Rankins imported potted
we have to have the help of other nation ruled that constitutional guarantees of religious I' The faknown helm... Devisees -
are rich but all are honest"Your Legatees or Grantees "One of the few outfits I missed" It was but good. Like putting palms. Not a bit of human flesh
and that aa a result, we must do freedom do not invalidate a State : 4,f the said John Smith If I told her. Then because her eyes your hand under the tread of a was in sight. I turned around to
to retain the favor law the said John Smith "e dead: held a funny look. I added "Was Sherman tank in motion. But I DeFoe and got another jolt. H.
Mvrything : against handling poisonous snakes in '
neceaxary Hqrpscqpe i All Person' having or Claiming that bad?" I just smiled instead of yelling. was walking rapidly away fUll

*f every nation that must have our as- any described Interest lands In the situate following "There was much bad In the Uncle!". and he let go first. the way Goldielocks had done.

( fUtance.ThU) public.Ten members of a church including FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24.- 194*!: County.l h inK and State being of: in Florida Monroe -, Underground." she said slowly.I *I am deli hted. Monsieur ,(T. b< cBlu .cd)

-The disposition of the --
: 1 U plainly the case In Greece in three women were convicted under the person to-wlt: I
born this is be ..
on day apt to PARCEL As T T.T YT Y Y
China and in other countries. It certainly law which was passed after two persons vacillating and uncertain. Pro- On the Island of Stock Island TODAY IN HISTORY I' ,
and being a Part of Government 't
!pplie. with great force tQ the contention died from snake bites received during religious crastination may .be a. .besetting Lot One (1) in Section (Know America) I ; _

I of acme individual that we-nust. "do ceremonies. The defendante sin. There is considerable ability 1 chip Thirty-four Slity-sevelt(34)(bi. .Town-South > l7, 4-'>.-First General Conference;t tI
and there is no reason why the Twenty-five;;)
of Range of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1-t I I
Something". for Franco's Spain. course claimed that the law violated guarantees labors should not be crowned East., Tallahassee Meridian. Baltimore. :

: Obviously if there U to be a struggle of religious freedom. with success if the mind can only better Monroe known Couuty.and rlorida.describedas and 1811 Government offers I jis.' .0 %

be tied down and concentratedon Lot Forty (I.." according a 5s S S
$4weeH Communist Russia and the' United5tates While the basic law of the United to a Plat of sl'N-KRKST $16.00 bounty 3 months pay at -
a 6ingle subjectSATURDAY .
would appreciate all the allies recorded in Plat Book OneI discharge and 150 acres land to
we States .
guarantees religious freedom to the ( ). Page n. :Monroe County / -2

9'* can poiiaibly secure. Nevertheless let I individual, one should understand that this DECEMBER 25.: together. Florida with Public all Records riparian induce 1812. enlistments in the War of \

not overlook the plight of the other 1948-Today gives a profound and littoral rights thereunto ; C
'* na- relates to beliefs rather than to actions.. mind endowed with prudence and appertaining and belonging 1818-"Still Night. Holy Night : E CHRISTMAS; -

) ,16tfW1. They are more directly menaced and While every American is entitled to be- foresight. In some special way PARCEL Hi ALSO first sung in Obemdorf, Austria I GREETINGS '

fn greater danger from Communism thar lieve anything, or nothing no American is the native of this day will show, On the bland of Stock Island 1827-Beginning of a general:I I :: to Our
ability and will be and being a Part of Government strike from' : ..
U the United States. Consequently any entitled to violate the laws of the land that great Lot One (I) In SectionTblrl in Philadelphia Many Friends .
the reward, not only a reputationat >.' ur <:34>. Townihip which developed the country'sfirst S.
4titance that we extend should be given : regulate the activities of human beings. home, but scattered broadcastover Sixt-seten (G 7) South of labor union. I : and .
Range Twenty-five (2iKat ;;)
upfeTi our terms. There U no occasion for Obviously if any person could do anything the world. Financially it is Tallahassee Meridian. 1865 The Ku Klux Klan first: Customers: : 5 5

tM to be stamped into not always so successful. Monroe County Florida and organized in Pulaski Term., by I II f
country a program unde the guise of religious freedom I better known and describedas S P
Lot 141 ac six Confederate ooldiers, : ---z-;
Forty-one young
I.f -buying friends. it would be impossible to enforce SUNDAY DECEMBER 26, 1948 ('nrdinato a Plat of SI'NKRKST I as a social club. I I :

: The: world situation has developed to -Here we find much concentration recorded In Plat :' .
any law against a person who professedthat Book One (1). Page 197. Monroe 1914 Unofficial Christmas -' .

4 point where many nations are clamoring the act was in accordance with religious of purpose which will prob- County, Florida Public I truce in the trenches of Europe, .
Records together' with all I.
be well for the indications
ably applied
World War L !I.I.
far American the riparian and littoral rlghtnthereto I.
assistance using threat
conviction. It is permitted, for example are toward the things appertaining and 1941 Jap troopships begin I .
I .
that unless aid Is promptly and generously for one to belive in plural mar- that are elevating, and there 'is You belonging.are hereby ordered and required landing men in the :

I extended the population will "go Com- riages or the communal doctrine of free aspiration in a superior degree It to file y appearance on 1942-French PhiliPpmes.1 .
is a pity if all this ability should the 7th day of February. A. D 1S4S Darlan assassinated :
friuOlst. It this statement is correct there love but if one puts into practice such a not be applied to the native's material pending In the above In tile Circuit styled Court cauM-of now the I 1943-President Roosevelt announces .

I* ngthing to be .gained by extending as- belief the laws of the land will go into action welfare. Eleventh Judicial Circuit of the Gen. Eisenhower the supreme L
State of Florida In and for :MonroeCounty. I
r tance for a temporary advantage which and the guilty parties will be prose- In Chancery wherein commander of the allied
Queens county New York, was Charles Toppino and Orsolina Top- invasion forces. ROSE BOOTERY
crisis would be worthless.
a All
cuted. noted for horse races as early as pino. his wife. are plaintiffs and the 1946-Gen. McNarney com I .
and anothersuch
the Russians have to do, at present is to It be said however that if 1665. above named parties in default tf
may one are defendant' and manding in Germany, gives amnesty : "The
Only Shoe
X-Ray Fitters
Decree Pro in Key West
stand on the sidelines and look to the appearance a to some 800.000 'little"Nazis.
has such positive religious convictions upona Confecoo will be entered again E
United States to squander its resources in LEGALS j-.>u. Said cauKe was In!.titutef1, a.. 425 DUVAL STREET AT FLEMING STREET
subject which makes one liable to crimi- aforesaid. for the purpose! of quietIng 1947 The Pope denounces I .

4 frantic effort to stop the spread of Com- nal prosecution, the believer, if he com- NOTICK Tax title I".d"of plaintiffs to the following founded upon dtscrlbed .- Moscow for lack of 'real peace", I I .

munjUm. The annual meeting of the shareholders lands situate. I Ulng and !.. oOoSATURDAY. '
mits illegal acts, is subject to prosecutionand of The Florida National Ing in Monroe "tunty. state of '

Itjnight be just as intelligent for us to punishment. If the religious belief is Bank the directors at. Key room\\-ret of will said be bank held. in in rlorida\HTr.l to-wit"*land : 1777-Historic. DECEMBER crossing of 25 the I'I Stock'Up For X nas6 Bottles

let nature take its course in the lesser nations sincere and the adherent courageous thereis the City of Key 1\ect Florida on On the Island of Stock JIand Delaware by Gen. Washington !
the 11th day of January. 1849 at being a Part of Government -
and concentrate assistance 2 00 orlork M. for the One (1) in Section amid and to I I
our to no relief from the "persecution" of the : P. purpose Lot snow ice. surprise

countries like Great Britain where we can unfaithful who happen to be in a positionto of electing of officer director dire eoncidrrlngrrports <.iors and Mity-seven Thirty-four (67)(J4 South) Township of Range the British reveling in Trenton 12 FULL
committee*. and taking action Tw.nty-flve (2;!;) Hast Tallahassee 1837Gen. Zachary Taylor defeats !
strengthen an ally fit to be trusted. The make the laws of the land. thereon and for the disposition of :Meridian Monroe Count)'. Seminole Indian in hard-
su h other business as may Ian full }Florida and better. known and -
Ram observation may apply to a few l>- 4ome before the meetingMgred described a' Lot Forty .0)< fought battle in the Florida Everglades I
( > according to a Plat of SI'NKRKST .
other countries but it is extremely doubt-j Institutions of learning, without win ('S L GardnerVice recorded In Plat Book :I ______-1
1867-Pres. Johnson proclaims
ful if it President and ('a.hier1eecmter One C.). Page 1.7. MonroeCounty.
especially to the ning football combinations speak timidlyin t. 1040declO17431.1040. Florida. Public Record. amnesty Jo all in the Civil War. I 3 .
I'm all nations that look' to the United public about the value of intellectual at jan7,ISO littoral together rights with. thereunto all riparian appertaining and I 1914-British and German soldiers -! ; ,

States to uphold them diplomatically and tainments. IN TilE CIHCtlT TOIHT OF THE and belonging_ fraternize at many points Eq1I
militarily. _ _ _- 'I.U OF THE ST4TK OF FLORint.I .I PtRCEL BiOn along the trenches in
,.' \ AND FOR MO\HOK COINTI.: (be Island of Stock Island Christmas Day of World War I.
DEPRESSION COMING IN CHVNCKRY.Case :and being a Part of Government 1928-A $25,000 prize awardedfor I 2l
The Ne. 1I-4W9 list One (1) In tlonTbut.four to make prohibition effective tJ!
beginning of the end of a friendthi"Aiid MART LOU MITCHELL D\VIS (34) Township,
S Plaintiff. Sixty-seven ('1) South of Range .
did you hear what she said-" What the future holds, for the peopleof .!O. DIVORCE. Twef>t>-fl\e (Ii) East Tallahassee 1937-United States accepts 5t
CLARENCE DON'KLrf DAMS.Defendant. Meridian Monroe Count LeiS I haR
the United States, in an economic sense, Florida. and better known, and Jap note on the U.S.S. Panay I 0_.0';:: ::cJ

Fame Is such a fleeting flame that is anybody's guess but the probability is TO:ORDER Clarence OF Donald PUBLICATION Datlx! described according as to Lot a Plat rorty-one of SI(41)'N- sinking on condition her rightsin OU. 1 .....r

few Route. 1, Box 59', Airways Plvd.Memphis KREST recorded in Plat Book China observed in the future. noeL tooWea
people over fifty years of age remember that we will face again a devastating de Tenn. One (1). Page 197 Monroe 1940-Germans told God Him- I I l _11 _)

who won the last of the World Series pression. Tou are hereby required to ap.pear County. Florida Public Record self them Hitler. __
to the Bill of Complaint for together with all riparian and _
frames. Nobody knows when it will come but Divorce in the above style cause on littoral rights thereunto ap|>er- 1947-World's Chr>otmas observed -I
or before the 19th day of January.A. taming and belonging against background of _
nearly everybody agrees that the longerit P 1949 otherwise the allegation. .* It ls further ordered that this ForthetetLP tuna
therein will be taken as confessed Order t>. published once a week for widespread dIsturbance. of the year, take S _
It is easy to identify a Communist. is postponed the more serious it will be. This. order to be published once four (4) consecutive weeks in The I horoa Pepa-CoIa. !
a week for four consecutive weeksIn Key \\e--t Citizen. a newspaper of
Just ask him to name ten things wrong So far there i is little more than lip ser- The Key West Citizen. n newspaper general cm'ulatlon published in r YVVVV TV YVY TV TV VT : in.
publl&hed at Key West.. Munrve :Monroe ('ountrorlda, STRONG ARM BRAND COFFET
with the United States. Then ask him to vice to indicate that public officials are I C'.uaty. lorida. DONE AND ORDhRfr at Key -
DONE and ORDERED this ISlh \Vrst. :Monroe County I-lorida this TRIUMPH
.! name two things wrong with\ Russia. His seriously concerned with the problem. For day of December A. H 194Sis 23rd day of December A. D ISIS Z1'O FIXER COHJV
>rai)) ROSS c b\A\TER. (Circuit Court ROSS C SAW YER. COFFEE jj
answer will show him up even- to a child. the past twelve months, at least, most of Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court ( A\Y _ _

-'h Communists will denounce the President' our public servants have been too busy By ted Monroe) Anne Couuty.C. Longwortb.I-lorida By: KATHLEEN Monroe County.:" OTTAGU Florida. BULL BOTTLE'w '

N T of the United States; t they. }ViU peverdqjiounce \ -- hunting votes to think about anythingelse. J, T Porter IV Deputy Clerk.- RAYMOND B. LORD.Deputy Clerk. at Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Key West

j Stalin.. Solicitor_ for.Plaintiff.17-S4-31 I :Solicitor for Plaintiffs.; Att Grocer Under UPI)() lllmenl from Pep ,i-Coj|
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\ LICENSE FEES censes issued was under the

: CLASSIFIED ADS I CongressionalGrist Continued From Page One) 'j I heading of "Apartments", lori

cense fees in The City of Key I i which 184 licenses were Issued.
Mill\ West I II i The next largest number of licenses
"The total number of licenses were issuEd: "Vendora of

Infomiatioii for the AdvertisersRATES '1I": !;' i By REP. GEORGE SMATHERS I issued prior to December 15, Cigars. Cigarettes and Tobacco',
|? ': of which 145 licenses were is*
1948 was 1502 and these scat-
'is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE |: sued. One-hundred: and twentrI -
Regultr Type>> charge for the first 15 words To insure.publication, = WASHINGTON, D. C.-WhileI tcred through 169 of the classifications -!i I four licenses were issued for
copy was
"sweating it out" in the
Advertisementsmder: this less is 45c. enumerated in the][ Amusement Machines. Licenses
or must be in Ute office; before; 11 '= I IUl South Pacific during the last |
'beJ w be, inserted in The PAYMENT o'clock on the day:of:publication. & i the io grni Dreaming war of i, above mentioned c dinance. The: for the Sale of Beer ,Wine and
.'.Cilctn 4lthejpte of,2ca.word'; Payment! for classified* advertisements | 5 1. White "Christmas" brought a amounts collected under these Ii- Liquor numbered 109 of which

for each insertion but the is invariably in OFFICE 1 I nostalgia to mc. This"- pangsof een.c total SS7.R95.6.'i "f Wh* 104 were for Retail Sales. Rev
minimum charge for_the first advance, but regular advertisers Business ,office in The CUiW.7 I I white.Christmas may be year more a. $199,65.consists of penalties paidin enues deriv.Al from these licenses!

11 words or less is 30c. with ledger accounts may zen Puilding; 'rurnec'Gieene': ,', than Jut the dream of a bome- to'the' city treasury. total $20,955.00.
Black Face Type lave their advertisements and Ann;Streets.: Door to the s_I sick marine, from the looks of the j "The largest number of li-I I Other licenses were issued in
The rate for blackface type charged. right on entering building. = weatheras this column is whit- considerable numbers under the
will be tracked into homes ,
following headings:
mnuinroninininmniinnnmuniiunniuiiiiiiuiuiinnuuiiumiiiiiiiu{ niiuiiuitiuiiitinuiuwiiiiiuiuiiimiuiiuiiuiiiummuiic tea When I got up this morning .
I discovered that the first snowfall the conternation of every house- Attorneys 14, Barber Slaps 17

ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the vent of error in advertiiteB of the season had laid a four- wife. As always by evening Beauty Parlors 11. Coffee Shops

!*., ieat er contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED inch blanket over the city of Washingtonians will be as disgusted |117. Boarding Houses & Hotels 84.
as they were pleased this Contractors
Plumbing 14. Curio
ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied b I Washington. !
: morning with this first visitationof Dealers 12, Retail Drug Sundries
the pert of u.. dTcrtiMinent where the error occurs. Yesterday the bare trees the "old "
I man winter. 57, Dry Cleaning Establishments
forbidding skies and curling
-- -- columns of smoke billowing So despite the most popular I 15, Retail Dry Goods 14. Elec.
PHOTOCRAPHY AND FOR SALE-HOTELS Egg salad. sandwiches are from chimney an ; song of the season, I am ready to Appliances 10 Service Stations
gave appearance -
SUPPLIES every '', admit that Florida Christmas 63. Retell.
a 18., Retail Groceries
especially delicious
when the
of drabness and desolation 'I'II ---
Small hotel in downtown Key 1' chapped or mashed hardcookedeggs to the Washington scene. i| in the sun is the best However, I Hardware Stores 11. Insurance
A, picture of your happy family West Fla.. contains 8 large: are mixed with finely cut But inone night the unpredictable this year, for the first time my j Agents 28, Vending Machine 22,
J around the Xmas Tree. Call rooms with 5 baths and two celery or green pepper and a elements have changed all family and I are going to spend Retail Meat Market 34. Restaurants -

tidier Photo. 1023 White St. apartments. All in perfect I little crisply cooked crumbled hat With a sweep of her magic ;'j the Yuletide in Washington be- 49, Solicitors 10, Taxi Onv-

Phone HM. decl8-6tx condition. Large lot and good bacon. Moisten the filling with wand. Mother Nature has given cause our boys are in school,here, ers 75. Weighing Machines 2 money maker. Must dispose and we feel that it would not be
I mayonnaise or creamy type a new-born cleanliness to every
'Photography and Supplies ..tag on account of health. Box 532, salad dressing to which a bit of louse, yard, street, and shrub. As fair to them to take part of theirj Mail! The Citizen to FriendsYour
;.Vrtm penal 127. 120. 620. 116 Key West Florida. I i onion juice has been added. ef look through the front windowof meager vacation in traveling.
fit. 3 rolls 100. .Developing, decl-tf: house I can see that 'theneighbor's Regardless of the weather it will}
printing and enlarging. 4- FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS my children are already j i be an enjoyable holiday, for it is Grocer SELLS Thai Good
"1 hour Miller Photo FOR SALE-USED CARS I busily engaged in the serious the delight of children that
: IOU White Street dcc8-6tx I White enamel $2.75. Outside I Business of building a snowman makes Christmas a special oc- STAR BRAND
i casion. But for all friends
,1936 Oldsmobile Special Coupe. white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per -the perennial sign that winter my in
I Florida I that the warmth AMERICAN
rhQtucraphy and Supplies tag I Good tires good condition. $400. gallon up. 50-ft W garden has really arrived in force. } hope COFFEE
1 of the climate will be surpassed and CUBAN
Fraakhn Editor Viever and Splic- 705 Windsor Lane. dec20-5tx hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 I'm afraid though. that this
.r. complete $05.00. Miller Olivia., Phone 1597. deel-tf pictorial beauty will only be only by the Christmas festive for spirit alL of avery -Try A Pound Today-
1 Merry
P) oto. 1033 White Street 1941 Ford Convertible Club I momentary for soon footprints, I -
dec8-6U Coupe. New paint job. Ap- I Bundles pf old newspapers at 1- car tracks, and coal dust will mar !i
ply Commercial Credit Corp. tent each bundle. Inquire at the now unblemished whiteness.In .
TORAGE dec22-3tx The Citizen Office. nov20-tf the streets the wheels of !
I countless automobiles will churn Overseas Transportation
Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture NEW the snow to a dirty slush whichEasiest
Chrysler Windsor Sedan, 1941. : R.C.A. public address system -
coounerciat Phone 798.
or Radio, heater. Perfect condi- AC & DC, current 2 I
decl.U 1 large outside horns. ........ / .. Inc. .
tion. Safety tubes. $1095.00. 2-indoor ..... Company
After 4 P.M. 1303 Simonton speakers dynamic microphone 4mo M. -- ,
MOVING AND HAULING SU, Apt L dec22-3tx I and stand record player at- te r i.r
tached. 1303 Simonton Street --- -- Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service
Furniture Moving, ......
1. ..
FOR SALE-BOATS AND Apt after 4 P.M. / -between-
General Hauling I

ISLAND l ...ry Load CITY Fully TRANSFFR Insured MARINE MOTORS dec22-3tx ; MIAMI and KEY WEST

Gray marine engines and service.C. .I Designs for letterheads, menu
Plttrte 1M E. V. Kinsman Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
R. Smith opposite Firestone I cards personal stationery dis- way to
dec20-l. ltx Station,'Marathon. decl-lmo tinctive signs for homes and I Between Miami and Key West

businesses. Marshall Studio in .
FOR RENT-STORES New 16 sport utility launch. Telegraph Lane. loveliest rooms Express Schedule:

Completely equipped. 4-cylin- dec212323tKey
Lat(. ftlore. :]/ Simontan. 35x60Rr der Gray engine. Ideal fishing 1fI _- I (No Stops En Route)
.uaat4e. Phone 682 ask for
boat Gomez; Marine Service West coconut braid hats, SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
My. :
.. Palm Avenue. dcc24-4tx Seminole Indian skirts. CookBook rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Midnight
and its herbs and season f a

FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid
FumUhtd :\ .roorn apartment limelade, garlic olives, coconut night and arrives at Key West at
Dtffltita furnikhed. $25.00 week Maple twin beds box springs in. candy and turtle soup. 6:00 o'clock A.M.
If. Bra Isle Apartments 915: {th mattresses, chest dec20-22-24-3 7iJL I
Wind4 tine decl-tf j Brand new 34x84 jalousie door. I Local Schedule:

;!rand new gas range for apart- (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
rnerrt/oj Cot and inat- -- LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-
Electric ;
AartineD' I
,, II CEPT SUNDAYS at 8:00 o'clock :
Per d.jr or seawn. kitt'heD.1 tratsheap1328*|*. t-" White.decl7-tf Motorcycle Shop for sal Apply I A. M. and arrives at Miami al 4:00
UUi StrtxU. ;, 132 Simonton Phone 287. o'clock P. M.
I : itself:i.ipeedr.i.lovel7 I
Fumbled apartment j AND LOTS unbeatable! One coat I SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
lain. Maid and anitor.aerv-I I .; h.' covers wallpaper I arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
kea Lneps *nd" | I P.M.
MACHINES; paint plaster.
aUrtedl Coal Hotel Two furnished houtfcsXidesirablclocation. :
One hour drying.No"paints"odor
Ap14-I:I Write ownpr., Box '
meats opposite Pokt OU ; Electrify I
your sewing machine -
:XY! c/o Citizen. dec22-10tx FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE
** Phone 1164-M. Inc.
Thompson Enterprises.
I nest buy in town. Wate'ffwmt */-1.: '. dec20-5t I
FuroUhed apartment All utilities. home with dock. Furnished. Hardware Division I MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton S Francis ...
Dy month or season. Two bedrooms. Two baths. HELPWANTEDMALEExtra Phone 886 PHONES: 92 AND 93
Phone 1475. dec24-3t balance like .i .._
$8500. $2500 cash .. Hi.
rent 1328 White cook wanted for wcekem "j JI iii,"'" : ;;
FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Streetdccl5tf Overseas Coffee Shop. -- -

Oreneas Hotel, low rates. Coffee FOR SALE-FLOWERS. ," I :


FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Coconut plants, 5' high. 25c
AND ROOMS each. Apply 1509 South St. Closed until Tuesday morning,
dec24ltxFOR December 28. Key West Garden t

The btutx Hotel, 410 Fleming & Lawn Supply Co., 914 Flem,
Street has an efficiency apt SALE-REAL ESTATE ing Street dcc24-tf jilHffitel 1 1 1Y
and torral sleeping rooms vacant -

Low weekly or monthly Stock Island over 400 ft. oceanfront FOUND I
rate dec7-t; Bargain. Must be sold

at once. Mr. Kitty c/o Citi- Plywood,boat about 10' long. Has
FOR Kerr-ROOMS zen. decl-t broken steering wheel. Apply 1 Vvrni
608 Griffin Lane. dec22-3tx

1Wuta. and light housekeeping 2-story 10-room duplexrentsfor
$120 month. Business area,1 REPAIRS RADIOS
rooms. $3 to SIS per week. 411 I -
William Street nov27-26tx gas, electricity, ewer, city wa-
ter. Furnished, 2 excellent Radio repairs, while-U-wait Low S

FOR RENT-BOATS large refrigerators, gas stoves,, standard prices by catalog. 14 sfr& lc'created.
clear title terms. Newly painted. years radio experience in manufacturing I
Call at 1105 Duval St. for plants. 1116 Whitehead -'
!last W U'i Butt Rental Service. information. dec20-22-24-3t Street nov30-28tx
New Mercury outboard motor

.**.buia.... Visit Stuck Island ._ veid-cpafi>uo a&. po

lmi<11' and fihour worries Books Books Books

am ay. dcc8-6tx Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Art. Art Supplies Art Supplies properly, .

man Press Citizen Bldg., Phone Bookshop Cor. Simonton & Eaton
FOR RENT-HOUSES 51. ug2-tf dec2tuesthurssatlmoxMISCELLANEOUS

T; bedroom house furnished FOR SALE-STORE
Jwt redecorated inside. Ex- EQUIPMENTCustard

..... nt location. Season only. Pictur -framing, pictures framed

Phone 667-J. dec24-tf: or frozen malt machine. and matted. DiNegro's, 614 i "1 % wfrytujgi ,. -..
$300.00. Phone 808-R. Francis, Phone 1197-M.
SITUATION WANTED I dec23-3t dec4-23tx J 1 ), U 1 h' I t t _
BABY SITTER -- --- { '
I I' It' I I i' till

Rttuble competent babysitter.: GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Day. ctcnins Please Phone: I EASY TCTMS AvAiiA tr fcf* >AYMCNTi

LOST 0 Emergency Room Service, 24 Hours A Day FOR FREt BOOKLET AND OTMEtIwFoar.unoJU.

Q Resident Physician In Attendance, .

In Key Weal, black notebook. Return Day and NightOutPatient .

Lee's Orient Restaurant Clime, 3-6 ..11., Daily, PERMA-STONE NWI

dec22-2U Except On Saturday and Sunday I ELATER1TE i ADDRESS

Complete Laboratory and X-Ray Facilities
Will per un u ho found No. 9 iron I PHONE --- '
.MI Golf Course Saturday please THIS HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED- CARE FOR Ventilator AWNINGS .

3U. dec22-3tx GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL !I Sunshine Construction Co.

Wrtl 1 person *' i.., sound brown
Pekinese dog vu duutti andRe DR. JULIO DE POOr Director

*nuld. please return to u. ..-
aidbreu 132)1 Grinnell bt.dec244tx. 417 Eaton Street Telephone 611 2302 St"i.ll'"hl'r At rime Tel. 598-Siuula>s or Evening=*. :.1m 9U
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I Services Will TODAY'S ed American bandy sutrr.Jicrn

Be Held Sunday Afaencaj 0- x1848--t01Xyears ago) Chat}**

r 1737-Silas Deane, American Noel Flagg, Hartford, Coruu, krtisf -
IN THREE At ODS ChapelReligious agent in France'during the American and portrait painter, born in
I Revolution, embittered and Brooklyn N. Y. Died Nov.. M

services will be held.I' estranged over money spent and _1916.
for the first time in the Opera) his heirs partially repaid In 1B42,
CHURCHESON SUNDAY tional Development Station t I born Groton Conn. Died Sept SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN
I 1789.
Chapel on Sunday, it. was an- ,,23 I II
nounced today. 1745-Benjamin Rush famed I I

Firming Street MelhodistpFirst Baptist*f. At 8:30 a. m. Catholic'serv: ces!I I Philadelphia humanitarian physician, signer of his the Declaration day-,:;[ [GraceLutheran

Colored Churches will be conducted 'I'
by Chaplain of Independence born !
And First Methodist ChurchesTo in i'
.. Gregory Palubicki of Boca Chica. Philadelphia. Died April 19,!. Church.

Observe Day Rev. Laing Resigns and then at 9:30 a. m. Protestant 1813. II.If: 121 PETRONIA STREET

services will be held by ChaplainC. 1789-Jackson Kemper first
From TrhiityPresbyterian C. Hartung. Protestant Episcopal missionary i]i E SchL
STUDENTS WILL REPRESENT SEVERAL COLLEGES Located bishop, in 1835, beloved and familiar -1 Sunday 9:30 AM.
in the building which
-_ AT SERVICES; THE REV. REID OF FLEMING housed the Chapel destroyed by figure in the Northwest of 1 Divine Service
fire last his day, bqrn in Dutchess County I
on June
STREET CHURCH TO DELIVER SPECIAL MESSAGE After serving the Trinity Presbyterian Chapel will 27, the new N. Y. Died May 24. 1870. '
utilize furniture and .j 10:30 AM.
; "THY KINGDOM COME" BY PEYTONThe Church for nine years equipment salvaged from the fire 1809-Christopher ("Kit") Car-.' tEREV.
I' and seven months, the Rev. as well as what new equipmenthas son, hunter guide scout trapper,!: .M.K. C.VETTER.Pastor

Fleming Street Methodist, the First Methodist and First Sigismund A. Laing has tendered been necessary to install. soldier, legendary heroic "gentleman j I AA""AAA"A"""""".
Baptist Churches will hold their annual student recognition day t his resignation to be effective on I The seating capacity will be of the backwoods" born in '
services Sunday morning and evening, it was announced to- 1949. slightly over 100. Naval Person- Madison County Ky. Died Fort !
He will then
I January 1. nel and dependents who wish tot Lyon Colo., May 23, 1868. '|
day.At take up work at the Bethlehem( attend 1881-Charles First Presbyterian Church
I at the Develop- W. Cadman. fa.:!
the First Methodist Church Eaton and Simonton streets t
Presbyterian Church, Columbus ment Station are mous born Johnstown I While and Streets
the Annual Student Recognition Day will be observed at 10:50 urged to note composer ,] Washington
Georgia. I I the above hours of service. The Pa. Died in Los Angeles Dec..
}toM.with James E. Singleton and Robert M. Felton representing j 1 i Chapel will be dedicated 30 1946.
Bob Jones University Harry Russell from Asbury College Tom I The Rev. Laing came to Key later date. a oOo I -SUNDAY SCHOOL

Ketchings from the University of Florida and Antonica Smith West in 1939, as the first Negro i'r SATURDAY. DECEEMBER 25 STARTS AT 10:00 A.M.

from Florida State University.At minister to serve the Trinity': News NotesI 1793-Edward T. Taylor ("Fa- Men's Bible Class. 10 KM.
7:30 P.M.. members of all Masonic bodies will attend I Church. His predecessors wre.. ther Taj lor"), chaplain of sea-
divine service in observance of Saint John's Day. The all English men. and he is a native -|I I! In the whole of tropical Africa men making port in Boston great Church Service
will preach on The Sun in the West." I of Jamaica. British West !'! there are less than half a million Methodist preacher of his gener-
whites. ation, born in ', 11OO A'I.
The Methodist Youth Richmond Va.
Fellow- I
Indies. He holds the degree of j ___ __
ship meeting at 6:30 p. m., will be t Master of Arts from Northwest-I I I Died April 5. 1871. Speaker.CHAPLAIN
led by Harry Russell. \Services To BeHeld { ern University Evanston, Illi- :I The famous Oath of Hippocrates 1818-William H. Herndon,' CURTIS
Special Christmas music and nois. ;: the ancient Greek physician, Lincoln's law partner and biographer U.S.S. Howard Gilmore
Christmas carols will be renderedat At Naval 'I During his tenure at the local dates from the fifth century born in Greensburg Ky. -

all services.At church, he has been active in i,,B. C. I I Died March 18. IS!)!. I 7:30 P.M.
Station civic affairs. He has held offices 1821-Clara Barton. Civil War
the Fleming Street Methodist TonightSpecial i:
The Labor Young
I Department has People's Group
in the Masonic and Odd Fellows a nurse, founder of the American'Red
Church Sunday, a special Bureau
message" by the pastor. Rev. J. B. Services will be held at(lodges and is now president of rights.of Veterans' Reemployment Cross, a 5-foot, slightly-built' Leaden Mary Knowle
of the lodges of the Pall woman devoted to human welfare -
Reid and special music by the Naval Station Chapel on Christ- one
choir Sunday morning will mark Bearers of America. He has also I born in Oxford, Mass. Died
the services. mas Eve, for Naval Personneland taken active part in scouting forthe Waves 45 feet from trough to April 12. 1912.1829Patrick. < 7:30, Pioneer Group

Student night at the evening their families beginning boys of his group. In additionto crest an open ocean have been S. Gilmore, not- .
service Miss Faye Bervaldi will promptly at 11:15 to last until his duties as pastor of the I --

sing a solo. and Robert Felton midnight. church, he served as a member of The earth's land is
and Miss Chambers will sing a The services will center around the faculty of the Douglass High .a little over one-fourth area of only the I COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH Us :
duet. Each student who is at School for four years and has .
Christmas and .total surface of the earth.
carols ChaplainC.
home from college will have a been Stated Clerk of his Presby- "

few words of greeting. C. Hartung will conduct these tery for six years. I FLEMING STREET METHODIST CHURCH
-- The Rev. Robert W. Weaver, services. On Sunday he will deliver his
-_j.astor of Ley Methodist Church, There will be a Watch Night final messages to the congrega- GLAD TIDINGSTABERNACLE
.- -wIll preach on, "When Jesus service in the First Congregational tion which is reluctantly re- ''I Corner Fleming and WllBaxa St.
G.mes," at the Sunday services leasing him. At the morning wor- REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
at 10:50 a. m. In the evening he Church from 11:00 to 12:00 ship the subject will be: The !
--will have as his subject, "A Fear-i Friday night, December 31st Other Wise Man," and at the I "ASSEMBLY OF GOD" ,
r-TJul Night." Miss Catherine I Members and friends of the evening service he will speak on: Cor. Georgia and Petronia Sts. CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M. Classes For All Ages

Knowles will render a solo at the church are cordially invited to attend "The Things That Remain." I Merrill Felton, General Superintendent
morning worship service. this service.
Sunday Services
After Christmas Then'I The Annual Business meetingof Rev. D. T. Newman will be in Sunday SchooL 10:00 AM.Morning Morning Service 10:50 o'Clock ;
-. What" will be the subject of the the church will be on Wednesday the pulpit of both services. Special Music by the Chou-Sermon by the Pastor
sermon to be delivered at the, evening at 6:30 in the Service Morning worship will be heldat Worship, Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M.
Sunday morning services by the:I Center January 5th. All 11 a. m. and evening worshipwill II :00 Clock
Rev. George McNeill Ray pastor members of the church are ex- be held at 8 p. m. in the Young People 6:30 P.M. Song Service. 7:10 P.M.

of First Baptist Church. Stu- pected to attend this meeting. Poinciana Baptist Church on Evening Worship, Evening Worship _. ___ 7:30 o'CloekSPECIAL
dent will be observed I There will be covered dish ding .
recognition night I a -I I Sunday.At I 7:30 o'ClockMIDWEEK STUDENT NIGHT e
Sunday evening. 1 nero the Church of Christ morning Solo. Faye Bervaldi-Duet. Robert Felton and Miss Chambers
Organist Lorraine Nottage will services will be at, 11 o'clock SERVICES.
play a solo the Scripture will be Howard Gilmore will be the I'I and evening services will be at TUES. and FRL. 7:30 P.l1 .
read by John Day, prayer will be speaker at the Sunday morning:: 7:30 p. m. on Sunday. -- - ---
ltd by Harold Wells, a solo by 1 services at the First Presbyterian I The Rev. M. K. C. Vetter, pas- D. T. NEWMAN. Pastor
-..wAllene Speer and the sermon will Church. The Young People's tor of Grace Lutheran Church, All Are Welcome i The FIRST METHODIST CHURCHCorner i
be delivered by Harold Wells Group under the leadership of will be in the pulpit at 10:50 a. .
student of Bob Jones College. 'Mary Knowles will have chargeof m. Sunday. I of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS :
"Thy Kingdom Come" will be the evening worship. Robert Felton a student at Bob G. LEON WELLS Pastor
the subject of a sermon to be delivered I I. "Christian Science" will be the Jones Cillege, will be the principal Poinciana :.
by the Rev. John M. Pey- subject for discussion at Sunday speaker at the Youth for Baptist
ton. pastor of First Congregational morning services at the Christian I'Christ Rally tonight at 7:30 p.m. Churci! Sunday Services :
Church, at the Sunday morning '. Science Society. There will be a I''in the First Methodist Church % -
,service. In the evening service meeting on Wednesday at 8 p. m. ,There will be solos by Evangeline 17th and Eagle 9:45 A.M.. SUNDAY SCHOOL
he will talk on, "Setting Out,I I Worship Sunday will be held Freeman, Lorraine Nottage : J. Henry RusselL General Superintendent

(IQ a Pilgrimage." !I''at' the Glad Tidings Tabernacleat I and Thelma Porch and Aleen; / i: 10:50 A.M Morning Worship
Chaplain Curtis of the USS 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Theelection Speer. i Observing Annual Student Recognition'Day
--- Sunday School, 9:45 JIM.
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1i I 6:30 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship
I I and fails to show ;signs Notes : Harry Russell Leader
Experts Suy---l i Interesting Morning Worship,
of bullishness. Some observers il I : 7:30 P.M Evening Worship
believe after Congress is in session ; II :00 o'Clock
I few I There is believed to be a : Members of All Masonic Bodies are Attending This Service ;
a months and nothing
Business Can Look a in of John's "THE
Training Recognition Saint Day SUN
: drastic is done to hamper legitimate change for the worse in the rain- 6:30 P.M, Union
: IN THE WEST" will be the Sermon a
business profits the mar- fall of Palestine since Bible days.
To 4 Good Years I I ket will move up quickly. 1 I: I Evening Worship, -. _
Agriculture Department chiefs The word 'comrade'from comes i 8:00 o'Clook : Special Invitation To Service Men 1IC

Br EDWARD R. SIMS say farm prices will remain high the Spanish. .. -
despite record crops this year jl
THe CUisen's Washington and assure the farmers that price : In the 16th century diamond Public Cordially Incited

Correspondent support will be maintained. dust was a favori\e poison. Memorial Methodist Church j
will ,
WASHINGTON The men Money have to be spent onj j i
the armed forces-more than last j
who will guide the new Administration I Iar Tie Church with a Welcome"CORNERof j ji
+and ERP will continue tot
through four years,:' j i TRUMAN AVENUE and GEORGIA STREET
consume American dollars by the Congregational Church II
confident ending possibly they can in prevent 1952, are a billiohS. priming Thus: the and old spending Federal,), CHURCHof II 517.527 WILLIAM STREET I ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor i

depression in that time. The pump 1 Between Southard & Fleming / I
is up-1
question when the recession, or spiral wards. Hence expected new and move higher CHRISTAshby I I I I CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M. i

depression, will come seems to taxes. John M. Peyton/Pastor j Mfc Miriam Carey, Supt. I II
be on everyone's mind and it I 1 II and Von Phister Streets
Economists in the new admin- Sunday School 9:45 AM. A.M.
has come into many discussions istration look for a period of ex- I Morning Worship i iI
on a top political level.It J. Archer, Supt. Classes for All
is now believed by most of panded prosperity rather than SUNDAY 11:00 AJ4. I Sermon: "WHEN JESUS COMES" i
the so-called economic expertsin depression next year. They com-J Solo by Miss Catherine Knowles '
,, pare the prospective spending Bible Study 10 A.M. MORNING WORSHIPTHY
the Truman that
tMTwion is not camp inevitable a and de-!|::, program with some the Democrats -1 Worship . 11 A.M. KINGDOM COME" i 6:30 P.M., Methodist Youth Fellowship

that prosperity for three, four, Despite sponsored all the talk in about the thirties.the inevitable Evening 16:00 P.M., Christian Endeavor 7:30 P.M.9 Evening Worship
five or ux good
yean is a
ibtltty. They point to all kinds pose;'' depression they say'we're 'i iI Worship 7:45 P.M. 7:30 P.M. : Sermon: "A FEARFUL NIGHT"

of signs and conditions for their!i I in for years of prosperity. : EVERYONE WELCOME i EVENING WORSHIP I Wednesday. 7:30 P.M., Mid-week Prayer Service

reasons .but they agree a depression -II I "SETTING OUT ON A :
isn't necessary j J University Andy Mogish, former Syracuse, : WEDNESDAYBible PILGRIMAGE"Wed. II II
basketball star is -- ------
President Truman and the' Study. 7:45 P.M. 7:30
!'i.; coach of the freshman team this pin
Democrats fear a depression just
FrL. 730.Young People's Night
season. For Information Phone 810

a haw* much had as they Republicans won, control would of'I.]'I -- - I- The First Baptist Church

Congress and the White House. I eumuulnumuulnlnnulunullltuao6umunullnulltntmulnionaunummlt uutllunuuulluunaltmluur-

The Democrats expect to raise Christian Science qorner BAHAMA and EATON Streets

Taxes before However rather March, no than action or April lower is by expected them.many Societyof \= Youth for Christ Rally I GEORGE Mc EILL RAY, Pallor

Democrats on new tax laws. Key West I Director HARRY RUSSELL
Tip policy-making Democrats 327 t SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 AJ*.
dent want business to suffer Under F. W. Smith, Superintendent
the administration, but Sunday School 9:30 A.M. at | .'I,
they are having a hard time telling II 10:50 A.M Morning Worstufc
this to some big businesses. "
Morning: Service Sermon: "After Christmas-Then What? i
Because of thus fear the stock Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
nuiikrt took a dive after the At 11 o'clock I= 1 :Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10:50 to 11:50


a \Ve desire to SCIENCE" =
express our appreciation -i 1= -= ,:30 P.M .
and thanks to Mr. Walter. Wednesday Et>ning"sIt"eti..g I- Evening Worship
urnhan, Westinghouse Engineer I 1= VOCAL SOLO Evangeline Freeman I STUDENT RECOGNITION NIGHT
fur the valuable services rendred at 8 o'clock | VOCAL TRIO Lorraine Nottage Thelma Porch I
Reading Room
in the Church
in the ivstoration of the organ of = Aileen Speer j
the Kl Salvador Methodist Church.I, Edifice wtll be open Tuesdaysand i Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.. Prayer and Praise Service

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i\ NEWS I ttI1! 'i tit 1 1 ..! Eagle l"rimfS; i Built i rbuHt,sliced? {smoked, pprlc" _.....",_

Being L I ITRtJcgJlf
B, NIA.E3LIE. GULEY !I Key West and Vicinity, : Partly Pf'rlylpniiny i

: Phones. The Citizen Office-51 1 I.cou.dY"'fd} continued: warm thru I The Key West float. which.wil: ] 0: SEgVJCE.'.rtura 'i"E

Raid eAC-6'f9 q I Saturday.. Gentle __ to>> moderate Mrs. Ralph Sawyer. Secretaryof appear in the 'r hassee parade Moving .. Central.
1 L Ullllln"I'm.IIIII i northeasterly. wind|.. "Florida Tem'No.. -;Ladies 1 .dufipg. &he. toaugujral of Fuller. -. Every Load runt loijfead
A Wives Florida: Mostly? cloudy wit) yf the Golden )Eagle, has announxd -J Warren as governor of the state I ISLAND CITY TRANS 31
nvy Club Nt>. &$ JlpldLnncheoii I some rain in north portiop-tbrtSaturday. will
; : that the organisation? is the Phone 166 524 Southard St.
I 6 4 pow J being built !by cpm-
C"Irh1sus Partly cloudy' and continued ; hold its annual Chri;; mas .party mittee in charge. ,! RESIDENT PHONE 1082t '
in sduth and'central)
I On De warm
portions thru Saturday- Not quiteso Monday evening. Recember? 27th. Edwin ?moor, president of.
At l AT.C.C.S.; Festive Occasitm warps'ia north p rtion.. I beginning, at 7:30: o'clock. the Cb arabjer) of Commerce, heads't "
'Jacksonville through Florida The party will>> J* held at the the!
the Jhat: is sponsoring
Navy Wives Club} No. 81 held Mrs. Teresa Straits and East Gulf: Gentle to I I Hall on Petrojaia street, and there and float. : The float is being built by "GIFTI
Braxton the ex.cnange"oTgits
will be
presented moderate variable'winds 'thru
th* Owtetmaa Luncheon at N. ''each' of Neil Saunders and will be readyin
the children'with :refreshments served..
a harmonica winds
: C.C.S. en Wednesday.' Dec 22 Saturday except becoming time to display it along Duval
atnwwi a delightful I This is also the occasion for
surprise tor
moderate 'northeasterly in eXtreme -
and it was a festive ocraTh '1 them street before it departs for Tal-
,a north portion with some I the regular'meeting of Florida lahassee. i
# I I I Members attending the party rain. Partly cloudy over south. :Temple No. L which will be held t I that nil Af
waa beautifully decor-' i with the Christmas
were the Mesdames Isobel Bliss. - -- -- and central portions. in conjunction ,"
and m Hue hell Christmas !
spirit Theresa Braxton. Esther Cain No small craft or storm warn- party. I
anal pn4aliy for U *. went Mrs., Helen Cherwa. Genevieve Duke, I HER FIRST LOOK AT CHRISTMAS[ TREE ings have been issued. G.-the' FASTEST lay TREASUREDthrough
Fifteen CwtcMm had arranged a Jacqueline Hillier Pat Kirkpat- "Khan" is a Muslim title of 47 inui!'t i to.

) v4y Wal centerpiece." I rick, Jeanne Reynolds France f Key West. Fla. Dec. 24, 1948. respectability like our "Esquire. the Y
Fur the luncheon there : 3 MIAMIDAILY a'f
were Schimmyeer. Madalene. Taylor
the CHmtmai' and Vera REPORT
wtth. traditional m? 1** fixtnc. relishes turkey of J I There Wood. (Observation'. taken at City Office, SERVICE Belmont Gardenia
was also a prospective 8:30: ajrL, EST)
a* *... rrgeUMea, and a fine I member present Mrs. 6 Double PoiwielliaaROSES r
Judy TemperaturesHighest
ake d-afat with a Christmas Faulds and guests including the yesterday __ .___ ._____, 82
live an* h*lly leave. [ Mesdames Eileen Coughlin.' Stel- Lowest last night 'm.mm__. ._ _. 74 !I
FLilwittg the luncheon there la Duke Irene Cain and Evelyn Mean .. 78 -
waa Ike "f'MAtIe' '*f gifts and the I I Andrews. = === I .r
Normal .. ___ 70 I II I '
drtau4ian ( Pita fur the chil- Children II v .
at the party Di- Red and Pink Radiances
.... .4 Hw tn.esibtra I PrecipitationI I, I
ail the gifu II .. ...
ana Cain. Joan
Faul< Gary last 24 hours -------.0 ins. -n .E. G. Hills Talisman
Mriiig br. ... ....*.. beneath the I fLY win t.fl.utE
Duke Michael
Cherwa the two Total this month__ 2.72 ins. I
lace. .... s.. 1M .Hall.M I Nellie Perkins .Victoria
young Kirpatricks and ._ .
Philip Excess this month n' 135 ins. I
a$4, s rst he other gifts :i ,y Total this year .. .. .- 48.84 ins. I O .
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liar'r' Chrittnnts; Relative Humidity Jack Baker's Nursery
+ 1'urty Given 8:30 ajn. .
82% -f"laf.tioll 3391 Avenue E Phone 17CW
For Children: At Marathon Uy BarometerSea r Call 1084 .e your "eat

( Level).. 8:30 aon.
Mr. And Mrs. Russell/ Whiteft F 30.07 ins.-1018.3 mbs.Tomorrow's I -

Marathon I } Sunrise .... .. :. _.. .. ... 7:08 ajn. I
are two older' boys were presented with ar Sunset 5:46 .
I :
pS_ pertly brfcwrd. by all p.m.Moonrise I
the knives; little tots received various .
wtwnurrV.. ...... rhiMbwa.. themnrvrtthrkaa 2:28: !
stuffed woolly cuddle .
toys It '''' 2:01: a.m.j.Moonset ; Crttlil
...... they everyjmar and the older girls had perfume I ) ,
aH mi a H>* .......i ... the key, and givers fume.It per TIDES i : frifafcX
(Naval Base) :: ear..
file fwd refrealiawntafqre was a wonderful party. For Tomorrow I
Vwpk are. Ii MMi4i I and refreshments .
there were punch t .
(Eastern Standard Time)
: this Christen
.... w bel4.r .kn>..n M Mr. and fruit cake and then Christ- .?' High Low !

M. WlMvjr. and on IVcrmMaa mas carols were sung by a groupof J. 6:04 11:14 I .
: a.m. : a.m. =
ire itesl/ y..r thtw. hrtd their the young people. tw 5:42: p.m. .. .. p.m. i;; StmlLPol
c-.a 1 l.rty.... the children.ltl' The party was held beside the \
'..N' ..... .4 the party ..- Marathon Sundry Store, which ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I
: iet/Merl a !.*>..*<. The )little boys is owned by Mr. and Mrs. (Reference Station: Key West) i r
.... .....i t> Whitt.y. and where the Christ-. Y Time off[ Height of II

-a thM ........ and. hummed; mas tree had been set up. (It') Wirephoto StationTida high[ water. I
Bahfa Honda I I..
THREE-YEAR-OLD KATHLEEN SCHULTZ looks with solemn (bridgeQh) 10m 0.0 ft.
(' '{,rutiott WmiiAnn; ; Will fascination at gaily decorated Christmas tree in her home at No Name Key I t1 t .tit, atl

Milwaukee-the first one she had ever seen. She was born (east end) _+2h 20m I k's l et'tit ltt 3,
n,. ;" K-Dny i Channkuh Celebration? blind with cataracts on both eyes.Surgery recently gave her sight. Boca Chica I .Q OUALItI pd a 1 ot. {
(Sandy Point)-Oh 40m I p v JWILfPS J t t D!
The ....... Dun Street as d ,ttlta
\R----; ; north 10m 1.4 ft.
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Silbemnan and Robert I II
.. Appel-
will' Min Sunday eve* KILLED IN i RECAPTURED 9
routh, and there will follow I 000 }its Qtt the ,, tlc
a "Experienced Jewelersfor
ts.r...g a* the M ... Zion Concrv- DISASTER : NOTE: t t tit
sketch' : called The Three Flower Three Generations"ki' \ of elto 1a 1 tC'
-rq, w4t..a special. Many ser Girls" presenting flowers in h (--Minus sign: Correctionsto ti ant D alttt41.t.

..... will kw ...... under the memory of the heroes of the T } be subtracted. C istt''asd
..__1i irf Rafcfei Abraham I Maccabees. Sally Lewinsky, San- {+)-Plus sign: ,Corrections to* o I C.
Sparta.) dra Rusenstein and Rosella Pelias be added. \ G to 'itet '
.... ...... aM ...... ', will take part in this sketch. .. --- --- =--- ." ..=. x % : ;;t g bSr L N

sad *. >.e..ia| af tM -...tinc'l There will be a dialogue from pC
absidkr lit- a ciMar .. the entire kindergarten class led '
.s anal. angers. These by their teacher Miss May Kap- k .. 5 ea

t..a ... Milsh.N Applereuh. Ira!
.ifbsmsa sal. i4rb..t Appeland < i lan.Prizes will be given and Cha-

......h. whsle eM a.n/eta are I nukah gifts distributed by the t
3eJIw IA-w-.Q. IRwwd4a.. Pe4saa. I Ladies Auxiliary through the TAW
....... Nev.4arrs.w. Daniel Board of Education Chairman i
A ltI", Dr. II. K. Moore.Itefl'fthments .
e W ..lmarning f..*ttten. will I will be served to 4 ,
hj. hell hr Pearlman everyone present following the ..f Greetings and best wishes to our , .f" *. e.narMaUun. program in the Social Hall, anda friends and patrons for a joyous ,
... n. .... act .. .program I large number of members of 4 Christmas and a Happy New Year
"- the congregation and guests are .
:M.aY .< Q.afMtk-ah wM 1 be j jI expected to attend.Cnlendnr I s. i t PORTER-ALLEN

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1:1)f;!.II;!"'""'"I Coming Events rift o+ 3nld ;
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Christmas Eve Dance Cuban ,
Club 9 Music by John > ;
p. m. jpI Wirephoto /
Mr. a..4 Mrs Hay C. Grave. I
Pntchard and his orchestra. I
ill ."... Mfrrt KMannee. are QUENTIN ROOSEVELT. whois
the *>fnt and SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25- I --
.nn..aernt m shown above was killed in a
aypear.lwng nnertare uf their Annual Christmas Party Fleet I R'e
.......... W.... H.... to Mr. Reserve Association Branch I Chinese National Airlines C-54 f 4;.
.alage .....*-. pan uf Mr. and 56 at the Clubhouse Christ- Skymaster which crashed and Ir. .
Man OwwVy T n.a ... day. Roosevelt grandson of (/I") Wirephoto via Radio Lr.r +
TMP wiH take place MONDAY DECEMBER 27th- a
macrta** President Theodore Roosevelt. I from Berlin
Ty.*.l. tfce laMtiti .f January Annual Christmas Party. Flor- was a vice president of the air- I (11 1l r +ae l'1
at ft*. .>rbi 4i at. The IMy IteJrm ida Temple No. I, Ladies of line. He was an army officerin EDWARD J. LADA. former t\\ r
... Cathultt CtM dt. the Gulden Eagle at the World War IL I: paratrooper from Newark. N. J..
----- Hall Petronia street, 7:30p. :
A kh'lI .. of tne44ed. butter m. i! who hitch.hiked through the %
If .....,.... __lid with twoW I My brother just got back from I Soviet blockade in Berlin to see i IIn1).1)J ,
.. his honeymoon. Been gone four I II ,
.I. ns ul orange< )sire mjyMT It's fun to use two or three lie made a mistake and a girl friend carries his cell t '
i b .Mreded. wills """'" tiunf'u'' ribbons of different I years. i i the Nmv Year ; \,
narrow booked passage on the slow boat : mattress upon re-entering y
t sua.r kr ........ C'Wpntbs. toluit on gift packages for a : to China. i iI I I '
S8at tkf eh. ..' 1i U. S. Army jail at Berlin after Va
(1:: wah Neely \ irtoie decorative look. ,,
r laaalul a4tta.eda. tf dawned.AeM .. I i I his: recapture. Soon after arriving
flat surface
I Wrap gifts on a

a liNk. a...n af he ulty Astronomers can compute the and scissors have your, ribbons equipment and seals such cf. love in he the was city jailed on his for mission beingin lY l- The Yuletide Season brings joy
of the
.... .. weight of many stars. ; as
.. p.i the lk fur American
i .......1 ewa. awl .Nnwh with I I : leally to use. illegally. He occupied escaped territory and ous Greetings to all our customers
remained -
l....... awl Mrspr ttt black India is building her first j and an appreciation for the con*
mIll. Mail The Citizen to Relatives at large about a week.
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have a
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Wishes to you and yours.

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INFANTILE: PARALYSIS U believed to be older than the Establishment of the National Foundation for Infantile Pa- (ICE DIVISION) TELEPHONE 276

Pyra. ud. .! -=.,... An English physician. Dr. M. Underwood. ralysis in 1938 mobilized an entire nation to fight a single dis- PHONE NO. t KEY WEST. FIJI.S 515 Duval Street Key West FloridL *
tee th. brat .&.. Ui ITU icognud it at a separate disease ease. Today scientists in scores of the nation's leading research I
wltkfc. itcwally). attacked children with paralyzing lct. laboratories and medical schools seek a preventive or cure.




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BERLIN-(ff)-Western Berliners are chuckling over these two '
IIETHLEHEM( 1 4 new "stori going the rounds of the beer places:. j \' -- HAVANAThree
I "Have you heard that Hennicke is dead" (Hcnnickc K> the I
miner the Russians tout as being rewarded for increasing his production i I '
DURING) CHRISTMAS DAYS 500 percent). "He broke:t Flights DailyTO

111 ill I his neck. A salary sack fell on Use small patterned paper for HAVANA TO KEY WEST

A his head." small Christmas gifts, large patterned I L. Key West AT. Havana Li. HAMM Af. K.? W1
,,p, ( NISs $$ I Ikr.t4 rI And the in the 11:00 AM. I fcOO AJ4. ftH AJ4.
telephone paper for large gifts. : 10:15 A.M.
TOO\rS HIHTIIDAYSKm 7:45 2-MPJC 1&MP.H. ...* **
I tlf ll. Of I Kremlin rang. Stalin observed as t! P.M. P.N.
wi rpli. a .r 4:45 P.M9.00 P.M. >**
( America) Molotov answered. The caller 4:00 PJ*

Z 10 P.h.11lw'1 Wr.lhrrb 'I ftatfc OMtlrrtfin, rlreos, burn spoke. AEROVIAS "Q" S. A.

," is No. ..... S1 " r "No," said Molotov. Again he
.11w 1ipf.l/wI/lr .*riM.Mi flunHinrNan' 'Uric spoke. "No' said Molotov "No. { ROGELIO COME Agut

/ N ,... r'.... .i V...w i. Unit HI Spin. 61 ji ill isR. no." Again he spoke. "Yes," said fi'G --- --
n. Molotov, and hung up. lie"III."'.,.
rw N I Is r PsI ........ 1(. Hu hf*, "Why did you say 'yes'!" ..4 nee..hl
Lip IAas / *.I....... ..........maker m.anuu-I Stalin asked "He was asking me terser yea 1.
__ d pe1r1s&eA rA H.*nl.n. T.... 43 >v
I Hr HM C. McLean. phyki'1 y r.d cr_ ..,.. hi cMyf aM,
e.IY.rl. .it *.! the Slr"ne Mrn. I .000 .._
a Unl1.r. la A r th.d ... N. Y. Add a tablespoon: of preparcdi
rrM l.l. trr. II"." 111 nl....... hl ____
bins .MI 0i/i. 4.. 53 t galeI4 horseradish to a cream sauce for I w W.- A Merry Christmas
,d ..attaRS*- fish meat or vegetables for a
r b.. .. RM n IbI. (*.rl. "--..-. ..! tfw Univrr I tangy flavor. A'little prepared CROSS 101 Cr.X-ITI N.l.diw. PIeoiMI
Mir ice.Ili.a / dl" .d CaIIt-t. m>t.Hl grog mustard may also blended. in, IIIU/
.. Its. .. .. .''!' wr ,.
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Ilrr. h..eMI1.Rl 1-. e yn14.t1..-.. 'Hmmti fwrnt.e THE:'REV SANTA CLAUS and his wife read Christmas mail m NEW 26" TIRE ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand A New Year
1. lllp .f Itor Owl. Atmi MitH-t Il..aril.4nM t tN Happy
Otlumwa. and EQUIPMENT
their home Iowa
...I roll., et1b w .M t\iltktoon. C. 69 at try to answer as many letters BICYCLES !
.ilia.. ha bwlM .. year* as possible. They hare mailed answers to 506 chUdren"sletten 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE: 250
w 1b ... .ilp d Mil this week. For 19 years he has run up a huge personal .
i MM ion" HMMTPM II. ReynoldsIVcifK .
(1.Irl /. ..r. ar IMV -.* ., 14ie.. -campaigns postage bill because he accepts delivery of letters addressed at. $39.95andua Visit Our Martin Hair

.. ...... ......... Mwtu $4 years "Santa Claus." Also All Sires of BICYCLES. CIIKISniAS CARD andGIFT Stylist!
li.i.r. -- -- ------ ---
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t n..!. l'.att.ell flea. .On BEST lULETim: Deposit will hold any merchandiseon 921 Truman Wmir .Hwmr. I MHI
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.e krAlhraa M SATURDAY. DECEMBER: : : 25 (Continued From Pace Onc; t "PIGGY" our Lay-Away Plan ROYAL PORTABLES for
sir b..111 1 t..littraa OM Evai rlMtr Cury ILii oth.13.4w1 British public The governmentissued Store CHRISTMAS GIFTS

/. ...dttlir .el Army leader ban in an order that the peopleof Come In and See Peggy Overseas Cycle f t .................................................
es,_ I ..atlwrl a rears ago Great Britain nay use all the the 28-Inch Walking Doll. 920 Truman Are. Phone 1380 Open Until Five on Saturdays ,
14 ilia J.erM .1. Otaily i Swarthout. TO BE GIVEN AWAY I : For Those ir/H !)laird lo 77)' fJ"f TII'i\f. WIN t

L ball Ae.lsid Loa Dvrf>wat T. Mik, 44 years next electricity few days.they wish France during reported the I DECEMBER 23 I M................. .;;. ;..... ........ .. .. i : DIFFMIH\T; : .

e1.11 !el d'MIr aMAa.l MMM>!*I{> of New York. Christmas sales up 60 percent as I Full Information May Be Christmas and :
a.yIIIiu .y/eied.. nrw. .tur. born St. Paul compared with last year and the Obtained by Calling at the Merry "The Last Supper as Celebrated$
Itl_ IMI 11 411 I ...... 03 yea's ago.Lawrvnrv.. I
N.Ir-- w IUtr d I. ..nld. oclumnist- Italian government stated that TROPICAL TRADER Happy' New Yearand : by the Cuban People"! I
ae114..e. barn Philadelphia. 60. the people of Italy now have all I 718 Dural Street ,
/spitbow.. Itiaia al.Ri ,.-. .... the food they wish which makes I PHONE 1000
.d r Ar l4rixrl L. Ripk-y of Believe It Christmas "very merry indeed"I I Ofrm *:...!.*. Till SINCERE THANKS TO MY MANY FRIENDS : Cuban Nochc BuetM
Mlle M .. Aran Nee" fame. burn in Santa I for them). : and CUSTOMERS: for their Loyal Patronage during :
...... eal.l M years ago. -- the past years. I hope to be of service to you in : .
'1 Dr. RteKard F. Shopc' member the future.
,, M( he. Rockefeller Institute for
l. H. (- [rill I.......l Rcvearrh, born DesI THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES
?. nes .m'a. 46 tears ago LOU SMITH Served from 6 P. M. to 12 M. I

Sen ill" In J.ipan), :I I 1 Dr Ernest: Lyman Stehbins.I Located in the Heart of the City .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeNOTICE ;;
C I| .tmtiir ut the John. Hopkins RATES I*mmC WRITE or WIRE -' at
I 1 I! firho.oI of hygiene and PuNicHiNtfeh. REASONABLE: IlUUillo for RESERVATIONS

Nws e.UEMSTh t M .iw.ARMY I| IMWM, 47. tUHHnnre:yr r ago, born XUcin.I with BATH and TELEPHONE NOTICE! Delmonico Restaurant

41a.r1. Jsliui4bge I> HtMftpHrry 1S. art. srrrrn star.I .:
IM Iti..4 0 Ford Pcrshing Miller WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK
I I i twrfi in New York. 49 years ago. .
Me a.r hl.. 4h..r York.
Krwin G Ilailcy of New
war 4 S w41M.I11ari r.Mr+.l mrclMnical: I engineer .born 1I0t..1 I ] Hotel Hold Armours Star Grade "AA"
r ._,.__ sly a4. P<*M rm. OhIO. 68 :years ago. SO N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st AT. 229 NE. 1st AT*.
ttltlM S ..gape.liw enN / ..... .. Williams. 80 rooms 100 Rooms
Dr .I. Oa i presielrwt -: 80 Rooms KOSHER BEEFM : MIM:: 1'.
I A1esMM MIa.1tyII1A : Elevator Elevator
t>t the University of Musise.gpl -
A.14a tr. dlw. Solarium Heated Elevator : CHICKEN SOUP LrrTUCE AHO ...- iMAS
burn Newport Ky years
lined as+.r Na.M..l.. BLACK BEANS ..

,vale Mir Ae.yIL .| : FRIED GREEN: FLAfMTAMt

(aM* 1e1a1p1 .{I M..1r ................................................. and PETRONIA STREETS WINE:
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I. a/ Lea.Jap0. tmmrlf a I hi ., rrr.- ... COLUMBIA RESTAURANT CUBAN comet
i *Mt**Mli 1 PiCIH ._.. viii .. .._.'..1", 117 DUVAL STREET :...e. .0.0.1 tt..t.1.....0..1..t...t I tt9...t..*..
ra I Iaa tt_ h a... .... ..
N IM M I ... -. .- .... lulu.. I. a ....1I I () 'I'\, II :UC)1.) ) to 9:00(} ) P.M.
I ...... wlt to ... -.. 1. ". ,rr, t J The Columbia Restaurant: Announces Its ReopeningCome -
/1. Aw list .e4 1. .. ,i. ........ ,..,. I.... Delmonico Restaurant
K.. weal Mi kjnumtit ......... ..-... ........... ..... in and see oyr recently remodetedDining
< .ail .e ._ 111 rave Utfw.- Room
I ...... ..., 5..i. ..... T..I CHRISTMAS: DAY t SPECIAL: 21U ur\ .\1. Mil I.I.: ;I IChristmas '
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I ( I I $itunu.ttw .> I I _.... l. .... ( : (II1f I 10 Course Turkey Dinner $*fl 50

..Ptui......Iar Pine.. w-Iq.rbI I 1- 11 llftl'l'iy* Pro pt'rons AVir I'CIII' 1 CHILD'S PLATE HALF PRICE . Dinner

b...... ..... .. a..r I I 1I 1I I .; ; I'riblir tun/"Il.v: / Incited; ...",. R; I
rNrrlwr-. N.11a ..... the EL PASAJE Restaurant : 70 ,fl.', 01 01'K :
... 1.. .l y. ..II fyell I All/I
S'fl/lllWff /lT. : !i
I'. w tai.M.lay UNITED: STREET: : at WATSON -
lavp.e r:CM o.if MM .'nIRIIMH: > ..... .prawl.l..1r.w-ii.i/ ....l : -SPECIALPork TONY ARTHUR-Groceries and Meals AT LAST
lit Nr ..e, ...__. aar1.1h YACCARINO Fruits and $1.75p RMI.M PERSON,.
.. ........ and FRANK Vegetables:
... .. p....... awe Something For the ChildrenMGKK0.110UNI

I Turkey Dinners OVERSEAS MARKET : :; r

..... .... ... bu year 1 We Are New Equipped: for COCKTAIL. WINE O* HNCC
... .... ...... Quick Efficient and : : (; : 1 ) CHOICE Of SOW*
tit r.r f Courteous Service ; 935 Truman Ave. Phone 419 :i MIXED GREEN SAVAD

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.. I:Itrutinu is the finis a/ the year tr/ion ire ran all/ beat express f ,- .. HOME-MADE cHOCOLAte CAJB

/ ; / }, <>n 'IIIA I I.f t .t uiir thanks fur a dear of />//nrl\ let us all often ,,.' ICE CREAM

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Te&AY THE CHRISTMAS STORY U .interpreted this way by Fred Nagler. Massachusetts

....... WM Bees: I U New York In the winter and in the Berkshires in the summer. He likes
to w.k. tut picture' look re4L as for instance touch of the barn in the manger scene-Madonna .
sad Ctul4 N*. X. ., tight sad Th Nativity below. Few painters in our time hare painted sorR.ay c
tt'-y-9* picture' as N., _. His subjects rang, from Genesis to Rerelalion. Some mu
t.... -.,. att lid him "modernist" enough: some churches may think he's too "modern. But n1 3 p d .
friendly critxa see M Intensity of Christian fervor in all his canvases. r-. :"_

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with brisht l shts and

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1( j ( +t ,c 3as. May"your gift Itom 1 rfweyuJejtree.bc
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ill he forbade "carols. bells and 1: of the carol and some of the good aphrased to "Hark the Herald
CAROLS: HAVE 1CETURIES merrymaking" j old drinking tunes were employed '1 Angels Sing." "Good King peace 9ancb. ppiness;

The Puritans endeavored to do : for the sacred words denoting Vcncelas" which denotes the
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away with carols holding that, the birth of Christ-no: Christmas charity of the Bohemian -
irreverence being intended since monarch, also ranks high.
.' carols were usually regarded as,I i The repertoire increasud as the
I 11, WARD TCTLCY.: AP Newsfeatures Writer l festive music. j i i carol custom spread through
;:1 Europe to become known
Cw= -. dear to everyone at Christmas time because of the carols'i''"Noels as
The custom of France,
singing in and V/iegenlied
...,... .niotioit they evoke are among the oldest forms of from door to door is almost MS in Germany.
-.r Th. run of( them was the carol of the Heavenly Host i' old as the carols themselves i ii I 1L..A..JiII
ors Ike ...... of Bethlehem (Luke 11.13.14)) but the earliest i i The first form was that of the i:.r The total difference of level Yes, It's really a Merry
aloeclnp. ol a esHl: J 1e found in the British Museum in London II 1 watch maintained in nearly all between the highest mountain on'
..4StrMsl m tk. tkutecBth: century. :, l English mediaeval cities. The earth Mt. Everst and the ;realest -
I Christmas with of
TW cm el( M pf hap* the earliest form of the song and dance men of the watch would sing depth of the ocean is a little plenty !
I carols accompanied by a flageolet over 12 miles.TONY'.
some-- t and they would collect pence I I Pepsi for Holiday Hospitality. BPSr r
trom the gentry. In the West I l'
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hsr ) in which there is a crib and .
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; an Old Man also from sonic of i 11 1 the money offered them is : .
.eM alr-i.t.k a evil the En lash I folk tunes, used as : p'accd' 603-OS GREENE STREET .I
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j ._1- weal .. ets.erra. .. the Christ Child. II I the Scottish: people at an Christmas carols is "While Shep- :Merry Christinas; :I
I .......rOg is are 1e4w. .hjrto II"',Ki There seems little doubt that even earlier date had tried to :suppress herds Watch Their Flocks by l'EI'sI-(:OLA IIOITLIM' COMPANY of hEY WIST rilOMI: ; 5HI
J .......... theIkree a r* *ltctnI there IS a pagan throwback to the the lighter carol! considering I Night" written by Nahum Tate : To AH Our :
I +k. te4evers, ......... flee at rarola, carried into the Christian; j them "popish" and "pormci- i in 1703. : IKIlliNDSIATKONS told I
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infra red giye the brilliant:I his campaign, charged Hoover merit purchases that it ef& =.::
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I in work to .
I$11.50 paper buy
Thinks.I illumination needed for the .I I with spending too much money.
, I II camera but cannot be by the j Now it takes a good deal more _something for $16.00. J
seep to It takes political! courage I' .
!I 11. than 10 times as much money
I i d BAKER human eye. j run the Government streamline tHe Government, 'bdt"
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Rf I I For more than a year Hoover, President Truman hay given .tfcfe
the is 1 1I' I head of 24 teams of ex- program his official approval *
war over Way back in 1932, Herbert at the .
: ) I nobody in Japan-is i Hoover used to run the Government perts, has ben studying how to
I' Government more efficient In a single 4ay. New Ysrk CItruses
isr194 Previously there had I, on four billion dollars a j I i make our
I II year. It seemed like a lot of ,,, They have been digging more titan one toilmkw '"
: : fantastically wealthy money at the time. Most people ;i|. up some eye raising !arts. Whereis pf water anA D.. tout' at

..-r alaI S .... -. I the Mitsins who:1 have forgotten that Roosevelt, in so much red tape in Govern: food. ,
I long lists of industries.]I .-----
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tine of the famous i Mitsin had
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&i.n.", '.aes" coming: up in 1949: May 31, 1902. 'i French missions were in Moscow. opened Quebec conference.Oct. : I' only $66 for the whole I t.IE ....-
300th j 25thI Germany and Russia; announced ;j 20-Gen. MacArftur returned -I '

Jan. 30. 164*--King Charles I I I Jan. 21. 1924 Nikolai Lenin ; mutual non-aggression pact. to 1I j ji to Philippines as his forces *bar in*New York I .. .
be4wwhd in London after trial for leader of Soviet revolution and 'i run 10 years, they said. iI I II Ii stormed ashore at.Leyte. I every set. Usually ; ,
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'""__ He had ruled U years|1 government,.died_of arterior-scle- i Sept. 1-Hitler marched into !j jj Oct. 23-26-U.S. Third and Sev-I show football, hockey !I Ii
wttttt Par..t. i rosis at 54. He had been progres- ;j Poland, starting second and worst;, enth Fleets sank 24 Japanese fights to a perfectly,i D G D eX34
.. 1 sively paralyzed for some time. I world war in history. | ships in second battle of Philippine of bar flies. But
M 100th i'!. May 2: Robert Franks 13, ; Sept. 3-Britain and France declared sea. opera was recently @Jy
,%*. 1-Hope stripped of tern-, kidnapped for ransom and killedin war. Nov. 7 President Roosevelt the patrons responded :
': Sept. 27 Rusiaand Germany' elected to a fourth term. emotions. Some liked
|nr l p wr by Roman Nations! Chicago by Nathan Leopold -
"bd;=b which. proclaimed re-'' 19, and Richard Loeb, 19, both of: sliced up Poland. i Dec. 16-Germans opened Bat- j I brow music. Others I oS
Nov. 30 Russian invaded Fin- tie of Bulge striking through Ar the .
whom pleaded guilty and were j by playing I -
However French troop jj dennes. Attack halted Dec. 24.
sentenced to life. Loeb was killed I Sometimes the bitter
4 il...irwl city and Pontiffs auWM -;! by a fellow convict in 1936. land.Decf.. 17 German battleship t ti Bastogne relieved Dec. 27. passed caused the S IE '

-rry restored on July 15.1 I. Aug. 16-In Agreement of Lon- j Graf Spec blown up by own i fj j to long for the good
l|.. M. la34 killed in New 'don. Allies and Germany accepted leers off Montevideo. iI i Nellie Was A Lady when life was not so IEIE
Dawes Reparation Plan. i I Fifth { Noboby bothered to ri
YorMUtar Mare nets an
against I itfaaL Aug. 18-French troops began I i Jan. 15, 1944 Allies landed at I Maid for the first time tele-
(quickly) Get ,
..:... srsw In retaliation for j jof evacuation of Ruhr. I Anzio. 32 miles south of Rome. ; madam, the dining room is up on "black" light whose IE IEt
mt American acton in I I Aug. 29-Prince of Wales, later June 4 Rome fell. j fire.
It_. four years before. i: King Edward VIII and now the] June Anglo-American forces -: Mistress-In that case, Mary, I .................
7th + Duke of Windsor, began his landed in Normandy. { I will have breakfast in bed.
i July 1, 1 4-Charles Ross. 49MTMW !American tour. 1 June i-Japant".c fk<'t driven j ; .
MM of wealthy Philadel-I{ Nov. 9-Nellie Tayloe Ross of off by U.S. carrier planes in firsts i iI 4
pfcw mrrrhant. kidnapped in one Wyoming and Miriam "Ma" Ferguson I battle of Philippine Sea. News NotesAdd for I.E E
of nut crtrbrated cases of its' of Texas became first women July 6 168 people killed in t '
kat WtorlMMU of young Ross : I circus fire at Hartford. Conn. a little scraped onion to )' Christmas and
raaaaird. complete mystery, but J governors.IBtb I Juy 9 Organized n'Sastancet? cooked peas along with butter or
sat My $. IW9.. a Phoenix. Arix. Jan. 7, 1933-Thus. J. Mooney ended on Saipan. i iI margarine, salt and pepper, before I ')' AVir SparPRITCHARD'S
r .. -.,+al.l that Gustav Blair, AWM I pardoned. He had been serving t I July 19-German generals at- serving. I Ii .. ,.
I e,"''Mn. actually Rosa al- life sentence for 1918 dynamitingof tempted to assassinate Hitler. !II ,0. v-
......> the Rocs family refused to San Francisco PreparednessDay I Aug. IS-Allies invaded Southern Jockey Eddie Arcaro is the II Both WIftS 3 3I
r J rrie 1uM.II parade. i France between ?Ia.rseilles. only rider ever to win the Ken- Home I ,itI. d at[

.... 1$----Boss" W. M. Tweed Feb. 10-Pope Pius XI died I and Nice. ; tucky Derby four times. I I I I.
II aa.trietrd of fraud New York. succeeded March 2 by Pope Aug. 23-Paris liberated. i Street Phone 548 10 p D ct'u tit! IraOR a
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I y i"..... I* H years released Pius XII. Sept. 10-First Army fired first The California Bears went s v
I its- Ai.. yr later on tech' Feb. 18-Golden Gate Exposi- j U. S. shells onto German terriI through 54 football games during ,, Uel le
....... ...... ,s. 0 'tf mlfhty to a.
..... We tfcen was sent to jail tion opened in San Francisco, I tory. near Aachen. I j 1920-25 without a defeat. There : : .. ]
i a cfcnl .**K. escaped to Cuba. closed Oct. 29. !! Sept. 10-President _Roosevelt1_were: _four_ties in the string.MERRY I i =.
was i and feed' in the city March 14-Republic of Czechoslovakia : \tt oi'dtlLWt Aopt
).I fit .... dissolved. .. ; .
SOthA. March 28-Madrid surrender I > \
... I I i E t at toil i 0ihtmtl pot yt4il
: A. 18Mani, one more I ed. Rebels announcing complete '.
...... twin K*.>c......,.. US. Senate I victory day later. II. .
yablid ..**4jr Mding Spanish- I "prilItaly invaded Albania. .- :. Q.... you* lifpfllelt vft.*
Asaaricasi war, a year after the April 30-New York World's : -
MllEia *. Maine wa blown upartoor. Fair opened. Closed Oct. 31. reopened I IE i
till ..... .. Fighting acAug. > May 11, 1940. and closed CHRISTMAS : Merry-
triltr, .,esr 1%. 188. again the following Oct. :21. I I -
Itta di. >.> Martha Place be- May 17-King and Queen of It is with much gladness that we wish you Ii "' i = ..
alrrsa iM rwrsian put to death in England visit Canada and the the joys of the holiday season and a New .
;1stkM lair m New York state. United States. Year in which all your hopes and desires and ; E E'I

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__.._ I A certain man had been two-timing his wife for years. He j '\errY
liJ would be off on Saturday afternoon but instead of going home j I
he would go out with a blonde and have a big time. He hada

date with this:.girl for; Saturday; and half. an hour before iq) \\tis\\\\as
was time to meet her she called up; and'said she couldn't come.. (
Well, he didn't (fcnow what to; ; ; I : ; : d'\
do as he bad brought a couple }'otlS
bottles of Four; loses. and a big and knock a door. off of a 12 foot- ,r.', )0.JIU
/ s j jr box of 'candy, and a pair of,, garage ......,_ Ii "
nylons so he began thinkingwhat -' ,'i' -. eat
a fool he had been all these A cOw and a pIg were'having a 1 \.
\\ years so home;lie goes with,all talk under an bid" tree, the pig c. '!
the good time materials he} bad said: "Everybody speaks so highly '(0I"
N a r r sr \\,1' bought and on- entering the I of you..while,.of me they say w'aILt toe
: only unkind things. The 'lfe o"
house, he had a guilty feeling for only
the way he had treated*his .wife. thing give is milk and cream, ;.-pr 1i4B \0 Yo ao cp Ottt
He began tr confess, half crying, i while I give them fine pork ).
I chops ham, and bacon." The I II ;
when his wife reached oyer and cow
!I put her arms around him and I answered "Well its true I don't "
said, "Daddy don't take it too I do much for mankind but what I I :
I hard I know at is; my' give, I give while I am alive and
:T-1.s. boy friend failed me today too." you,'old pig, they"have to murderyou r
to get yours.

A newly married couple didn't
Betty Grable has two good reasons
know whether to ouy a new car
for being the top star that I
or have a baby. They relizead she is, and they both require
FOR ITS GOOD OL' they couldn't have both. They argued nylons.
for some time out finally
Singstjudy Always in the decided on the baby as they An old maid had been scouting I
Canora as she lmrwl.. didn't like the used car dealer in for a husband for about 40
quakes tr/f/i the Yule tray. And you their town, and they could get years and finally found one to r
scrap ribbon around around the baby much sooner. I her liking. On her wedding night
and .
sftirit starts scrapping after the ,
box asks reception was over
._ her gifts. our heroine.anyway, Father to son: "Why is it you're they went to their new home, and Eastern Auto & Home Supply, Inc.
always at the bottom of the billed and cooed for a while
.... went to bed, but the bride !
.. .. class Son "It doesn't make was .
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t I any difference Daddy. They so elated over the fact that shea
I teach the same at both ends." last had a husband of her own'
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J' J I A woman is a person who can and was standing there by the i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAHOLIDAY
: 1q w I spot a blonde hair on her bed admiring him, and she said,'
husbands coat at 20 feet and "My husband." It woke him up I GREETINGS
then take the car out and drive and forgetting where he was,'he .
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Poor Judy finds herself BE A lIAU.1IEIlf",1 : you during the coming E

all done u/ in cellophane is Judy glad as she nails : t t: ,_ year! t

tape. The box? tier Christmas spirit. I :
A'eorl she'll home -R J. KEY WESTVENETIAN i
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ed Jean he Harj aid-'=j t '__- 1 wIS.{S I / :* t

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and others to'\ .
fame Attract!= .
Howard Hwohos ed to aviation : t
lit .et many records established .
hiS own company and headlined I t

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born Dec. 25. 1865. in London I tIII
fourth daughter of Gen. Williamflwth I! towish f for you all
founder of the Salvation I II

I she ment Army in an joined of religion environ-Real militant her.eti l I!i)I! L the good things in life III (Grtstmas GrcoliuijsAs i

father working !
among the poor ,.
when she wasI 1 :' .

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assistance and patronage, we wish to t
work in Lon- / '
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Canada to the Klondike in the!Li I our sincere thanks and appreciation

gold rush, then led the movement j! .-1 I for your patronage during the passing
in U. S for 30 years, and retired j
from world leadership in '39. i j: extend this -\ year and hope that we may continue to
I: holiday I I merit you rconfidence and business during :.
HUn fussing with his automo- : the
= coming year.
bile seemed to be having quite a ==I
bit of trouble Saw a man pass- : I (
ing and hollered over to him to j JL greeting to all our friends.APPELROUTH'S. : 3 We further hope that the NEW YCAR .
give him a hand. Man said: : .
"Brother, I'd be mighty glad to,s will bring to you and yours AN ABUND-
but I don't know how to take it j joIf. 'I ANCE OF PROSPERITY and GOOD

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one arrested for being drenk be 1
examined to determine if special j Iii Furniture Store
treatment in its Alcoholic Clinic I v "Tbe Store of Fashion
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I A certain had been rtc.rlsas
man two-timing his wife for years. He j \
FT- would be off on Saturday afternoon but instead of going home'I II
x ; I he would go out with a blonde and have a big ,time. He had
yM o t I a date with this girl for; Saturday,: and half an hour before it|

I< was time to meet hEir she called,Up..and'said. she, couldn't come., .a
icyI I Well he didn't know what tojj l : :- .-. I (1\1\ JUSt 1 s
do as he bad brought a couple JO'l.tlr' (
bottles of Four looses and a big and knock a door off of a 12 .

'box of 'candy, and a pair of, garage. "" '_-___ foot-I "I
nylons, so he began thinking 'lear
':rid 1\1
(I A cow a pig were e''l1"0
what a fool he had been all these I -
: 1 i\t\ years, so home lie goes with;all talk under an bid tree, the pig I ,tld'p !
i the good time materials he bad said: Everybody. speaks so highly -
bought, and On* entering the of -whilelof. me they say I "lie WY tot
house, he had a guilty feeling for only unkind things. The only I .
the way he had treated>his .wife. thing you give is milk and cream \0 Tr.pftjenalY
He began to confess, half crying while I give them fine pork 1 1'1 o\1t o age
when his wife reached oyer and .chops, ham, and bacon." The cow ?au
I put her arms around him and!answered: "Well its true I don't
said "Daddy don't take it too j do much for mankind, but what Igi'vc I''
I hard. I know; just how it is; my' I give while I am alive, and
$ r boy friend failed me today too." you, old pig, they have to murder I f
0John 'I you 'to get yours." I II 1

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Betty Grable has two good reasons -
+tIi know whether to ouy a new car I
I for being the top star that
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FOR ITS GOOD they couldn't have both. They argued nylons.
OL'TIIOSE D ,1' ,? 'I
SAW A TIME Sings } \\R for some time out finally
sheTAILS ,)' in thernakes decided on the baby, as they I An old maid had been scouting -
hilly Canora as for husband for about 40
And how didn't like the used car dealer in ; a
with the Puletray. tin 3 ou'spirit their town, and they could get I years and finally found one to I
and starts tcraii' ribbon around aping the baby much sooner. her liking. On her wedding night I
icrait-* round box asksour II after the reception was over,
.'* her gifts. heroine.'S anyway., Father to son: "Why is it you're they went to their new home, and Eastern Auto & Home Supply, Inc.
always at the bottom of the billed and cooed for a while,
class?" Son: "It doesn't make went to bed but the bride was I03 Phone Ull
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j I spot a blonde hair on her bed admiring him, and she said,
&; husbands coat at 20 feet, and "My husband." It woke him'up i ... GREETINGS
then take the car out and drive and forgetting where he was,lie .
I all over town, and come home jumped out the window. I 4. TO YOU!
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self all done up in celloJtidy glad as she nails .... 'rJ;: '. year! .

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Canada, to the Klondike in the our sincere thanks and appreciation
gold rush, then led the movementin : '
for during the passing
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U. S. for 30 years, and retired
from world leadership in '39. year and hope that we may continue to t
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but I don't know how to take itoff. I 4 ANCE OF PROSPERITY and GOOD .
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R j To AdvertiseWINTER I .

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or .i.iF e (FNS-Prospective directors. of

... the recently organized Florida I
w Highway[ 27 Association along

7 +o a the route from Tallahassee to I'

} Miami, are being visited personally -

I .n. I sz t ?1 by P. Langdon association president officers.,William has- ir 1 1xGl

._ ._ Jane Froman __ +, Beatrice Shopploretta announced Langdon who is also i
... president of the local chamber of
commerce said a list of names of
civic and business leaders along
rj' I the 500-mile route has been givento
Myron Bretz who is servingas
temporary executive secretaryof

41 the association.
Langdon expressed the opinion
r that the support of his work in :
d g'i 1r Florida would not be as costly as .
s 2 f it: had been for the Georgia I
'l Highway 27 Association as muchof
.7 '1II" (.] f7
I J ,:-. the advertising promotion in I Ithis
Mabel Studebaker : Young state will be sponsored by I
the publicity departments of'londa
Cypress Gardens here; lo MY FRIENDS and CUSTOMERSRALPH
Silver Springs, near Ocala Bok '
I FARALDO. Key West AgentcfIo.dum
i z Tower-Mountain Lake Sanctuary
near Lake Wales and other attractions -
along the route.

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Margaret Chase Smith BAKING COMPANY '
-, war cut off tapioca sup-
. .U :[04:1: J plies from Java new supply PHONE 284 4

..Fanny Blankers-Koen Dr. Helen Tautsig ources America.were opened up in South
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.. Vivien Kellems Eleanor Roosevelt Tallulah Bankheed Betty Smith The word "hymn" was originally -I
used by ancient Greeks fora
: n*. DOROTHY ROE. Associated Press Woman's Editor OD
song or poem in honor of gods, BLESS
Typically American with a tart Yankee humor and a stout fighting heart. Senator Mar. heroes or other famous j en. USp
-curet Chase Smith of Maine first woman to win an initial election to the U. S. Senate strictly \ EVERY ONE"
;,n her own merit has been voted the woman 0 f the year by editors of Associated Press newspapers "Kapi," a condiment used very I -
largely in Siamese food prepara- i1r---
Campaigning against what appeared to be overwhelming odds capable, smiling Mrs. tions, is a fish-paste made up of 7
all kinds of fish when too smallor
Smith who once worked in a ten-cent store*
'oiled up a popular vote which was more than \I| her up for an hour after the crash, although his I used too bony to be otherwise
I own back was broken and his skull fractured.
that of her three male combined. In
opponents I Outstandinq in the field of education was ........................ 1d
a heavily Democratic Congress, this Maine !' MABEL STUDEBAKER biology teacher at May the coming New

Republican's decisive victory proves once I Strong-Vincent High School rn Erie. Pa.. who Poor Old CraigSERVICE Year bestow upon you
more that the American people love a fighter. ; was elected president of the National Education t ,, good health, happiness
Among other women outstanding in their. 1 Association. STATION and friendship the
fields: for 1948 are a number of new faces and ) Voted outstanding in the field of sports for most important possessions
several familiar to the yearly lists of the distaff 'j 1948 was MRS. FANNY BLANKERS-KOEN.. o. Division at Francis Phone 9134 u life that money
Who's Who. Holland who made history by winning four J H BRADY. Manager .' alone cant buy!
DR. HELEN BROOKE TAUSSIG. associate I gold medals for track events in the Olympic IT'ishe All A
professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University games. A housewife and mother of two chil
Many f/umAs ralued
in Baltimore and noted heart surgeonat I dren. Mrs. Koen amazed the sports world with for jour patronage
Johns Hopkins Hospital was voted the !I her sensational performance. I in the past year May ice liavr the
/ear's outstanding woman of science because 1! Runners-up in the voting for sports queen l1t .
( pleasure of serving again in 19 ft.KANTOR'S .
if her sensational work in "blue baby" opera- 1! of the year were: Vicki Droves of Los Angeles 1 1I I yon

tions.In | Olympics diving star, Ann Curtis, ol
the field of business the vote went to San Francisco, swimming champion; Babe Did Men's
VIVIEN KELLEMS. the Connecticut cable grip I| rikson. the veteran golf champion; Barbara and A and I Shop
who has made the headlines regularly j Ann Scott. Canadian skating sensation; Alice Ilapjty i
during the year by talking back to the U. S. Coachman track star; Zoe Ann Olsen who al I'rosptiron.e "
government's income tax dignitaries. ;, so won Olympics diving honors and t 1)1 > ,VL STREET
LORETTA YOUNG won the crown as movie I In the field of literature. BETTY SMITH NEW YEAR -
queen of the year, as Academy Award I raconteur of Brooklyn scored again with her raaa.aa.a.a..oaaaaa..a.. I" .. '< 8' q". ""..V'I'11".tT. r..l'II'JJ
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winner for her performance in The new novel. "Tomrorow Better$
Dauqhter." I the same pattern as her earlier success. "A
JANE FROMAN was named first lady of Tree Grows in Brooklyn.." t
radio because of her gallant comeback as a Beauty honors of the year went to BEAT
major star of the air after her tragic accidentnear : RICE BELLA SHOPP. of Hopkins. Minn. chosen
Lisbon in 1943. when she was almost 'I Miss America for 1948.
killed in a plane crash as she was flying to Eu- 1 I Stage honors went to TALULLAH BANK
rop to entertain servicemen. It took 25 operations : HEAD, long one of the great ladies of the
and five years to retsore a fractured leg. I American theater who won fresh acclaim: forI
crushed ankle and arm broken ribs and dislocated I her performance in the Noel Coward play.
back and put her on her own two feet "Private Lives."
again. Last March she married John Curtis 'I Laurels for public service were voted
Brown pilot of the clipper that crashed in the again to MRS. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT for her Seasons Greetings
Lisbon harbor who saved her life # y holding work with the United Nations. yf '. 1A
"A Good Old Fashioned Xmas

We're Wishing Hard for You,

A Day of Song and Joy to ,
Last the Whole Year Thru."

We think it is fitting and properat

this time to thank you for your

past favors and loyalty Wu

earnestly seek :jour patronage

during 1949


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f.0 Wishes Each and i D

Everyone : -

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manufacturing plant was set up,
l s' in 1765 by James Hannon a

young Irish imnusrant, and Dr. Ij j or You
j James Baker, a Dorchester .j
Mass, physician who befriended I Ii -
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dry mustard with a 4-ounce ofl]

oa4 .If threvgh,,;; Not 1!' of and finely a few grated grains Parmesan of cayenne.cheese Fold'' you peace!, that gift above all gifts whkh the MI-tI pMhq /
a creofure sti, The !
was JB stockings| hopes that Saint NidlI -
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ring; not even a mouse; by ha chimney with rate j I ofas/ soon would be there. I egg. Toast 12
15 small
i or rounds offers freely to men of good will of all time*, evtseiiii-."
r r I of bread on one side Heap the
1'1 III 1 hritinniM cards illnntratr the popular/ Yule poem by Clement C. Moore teaspoonfuls of ham mixture on
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HUH* and roll up Prepare one recipeof success. The Shrimp Pate can be' 450oven.. 1 To Each and Every One Of Yon, a Veiy

butter cream frosting. Reserve readied beforehand. But encour- "
Faslixc I Desserts one-third cup o* frosting for top I I! age your school or teen-age: I Cliristmas From EachandEivry
Holiday) of cake. To remaining frosting:,i daughter to take a hand with the The Management and Staff
add one-half package semi-sweet :'!'j I Ham Puffs. If she rehearses their I of tL
-- chocolate bits that have been' One Us
Of at
; making beforehand (lt her try ;
melted over hot water and cooled I j
II I chocolate. Unroll mixture.cake and Reroll spread with and ; so proud the day of the party.1'.1I HOTEL LEAMINGTONMiami L
when she brings in her handiwork -
frost outside of cake with the
from the kitchen baked to,t Fla.
I white frosting. Spell the word j a golden brown delectable to I "1 THE FLORIDA NATIONAl BANK AT KEY WEST
YULE on top of cake with whole t Extend their best wishes
I taste to offer them to your!
I chocolate bits and sprinkled edges I guests. I I for A Very Merry Xmas
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s of cake with toasted coconut. and New
Makes one 9-inch cake roil. | Shrimp Pate Remove the I Happy Year. Y Your Friendly Community Bank
to their friends
Butter Cream i black veins from :2 cups of canned I many of
Frosting I
Ingredients: 4 tablespoons butter or cooked shelled shrimps.1 I Key West.i .
2 cups> sifted confectioners' ; and put them twice through the i I 1 Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance CerperatMi ;
sugar La teaspoon salt, 4 Sx tea- ;' fine cutter of the food chopper. I I HOTEL LEAMINGTON
Melt one-quarter of butter Member of the Federal Reserve
puon vanilla, 2 to 4 tablespoons cup N. E. 1st Street
with 1 bruised clove of garlic. Re- ; 1 t
milk. :' 1I Miami. Florida x Member of the Florida National Group of Bank
and butter
Method: Cream butter, sugar move the garlic add ,II .I
to the shrimps. Stir in -
salt and vanilla thoroughly together onequarter
Add milk gradually beat- I 1 cup of tart mayonnaise one-
ing until mixture is smooth and i half teaspoon salt, one-quarter
of spreading consistency. i I teaspoon of black pepper and I II Serving Key West and Monroe County lot Over Hell A C'*.* ayr
If perhaps a few drops of Worcestershire -
you are thinking of buying
| sauce and tomato cat- I II r
F yourself a new cookbook to help I
with your holiday entertaining, i I1' sup. Form into a roll wrap in' I I II
you won't go wrong with "At wax paper, and let season and
Home on the Range" by Mar- j harden overnight in the refnger I I r
M garet Yardley Potter (Lippincott ator. I
Philadelphia and New York I .Ham Puffs mustn't be kept':' t
$2.75)). The author of this delightful I
little book of good food talk
11 ,.,; H/l1./,1' (IK\!: t'rnip" : and recipes says she learned

"how to cook and entertain the ilI
LILY MOWmrrOMC:, At cUte .
I f.M MSSM to M put e a five dessert that tastes as goodEa formal Philadelphia party food
lee a .h""y ..,aa' of party try the Yule Roll Cake behind her two children, no t
.... r. buffet cooking experience, and little
a a tea. or a supper it will not
.. ....MMMSMHB but will serve as a lovely cen I help in front of her-sfhe learned -'I. t ll
.....-. .... .Lw. Ms d. t1 from of scratch how to prepare- I.J ;
some the most delicious, but
.1i I. C.het easiest, of the dishes she had
... .. i >n< puwder and sail Gently fold
II.i3.. .. .... '. rp I known. When you work out a J teg mixture. blending well. '
way of entertaining so that it is I I f 1 I
| rVur into lOx-I:.-inl.h take: pan no burden to you or jour family I
j'U. | HM KM bfi greased and lined she says, you can give guests a
.. w/t11 waxed P HT that has alsoli.n heartfelt welcome. "At.Home on' ...... 1
t KitaM-d Hake in a moder- the Range lets you into the au .
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.. .it : f > 'mutes Turn cake For' afternoon:, or evening holiday : ,
.a. .J it< jon a towel that snack try Mrs. Potter's
1 -*> pr r.klcd with lifted Shrimp Pate 01 her Ham Puffs. I .
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urn Tables On Christmas pelf is to use lots of silver and I i iII'

>i! ; Little "Goerings" have become a ".
KASSEL Germany-(A1)- ,
Jay DOROTHY ROC.: AP Ntwtleftttun Writer L II'plague in the forest-rimmed village of Bringhausen near here. The I I

.- YM 4e..t really HOT to hove led candles and evergreens villagers call them "little Goerings", and it is a curse when they say a
it. but actually hey mean raccoons It i ir E
let yew CttfiiliMi, & Ct'Gra onLla1 Carole Stupeil. who glories --
wm and they don't like them this village r
r; hilly forest region near -
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.. because of the damage they have in the Kassel area.
eat .... a purple{ and chartreuse Christmas dinner multi-
done to their crops. Meanwhile they have
.4 ,.* w... t*. and you can deck the mantel in cactus Rotund Hermann Goering had plied and are roaming about the
J.Mwl e4. bought e4 hoHy. if that's the way your fancy runs. acquired several pairs of raccoons fields and orchards of Bringhausen. -
ft* il*.?. _**yt Miss StupelL who'd rather be dead than I from the United States in his sen.clared The war farmers on them there because now de-of

VnhtiTrn-rl t* to be teAvkiuaL Decorate your house the way! hey-days when he..was, "Reich I the heavy damage they are doingto
flDtf w.M .M. HM !.. way Gfvjndmu used to. Of.course. if you hunting master" besides runningthe their sugar and other beets as
ate ietf% mud k* .....If vnd nu iletoe. by ull means use them.I well as their fruit trees. ."
but tl YW 8M <* fcome. louL don t be afraid to be different German air force and the I
9he toy*. l German economy. He liked rac- I Butte Mont was so named: a
"Above all. 1.. holiday table must not be static. Make it I coons and wanted, them in .Ger- from a bare butte overlookingthe
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afeve_9ve H rhythm and movement. It can be done, you know many. He set,'them,free in the place. S

Cook and. I deal suet w.&te.mem by putting:. with it on movement roller skates.That's Look the at way a Van al .-.....- .u- .......--..--....--.--.-............. r: aW

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'tn-c fn< l'\.tlUn--hut they're I .
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?....... ea4 pW mtUs iiiatk of Chrutmas tree balls in I j t I t".t _
the k .J MM are tinseled t>ll color& hOle el'.
Is the heartor I I CAROLE: STUPELL..Ile T \
.. tr 4..uRq. Ute .4&S OfNbae "Th c.nterpiece I t' tutc
shire.s.eMlg. f.brin. You local l paint of the table. It's hobby, upsetting; ; tradition; ; 4 r..jet a re thr
hove Ute .. ....., et CMMt..i the thing cround which you I 4 .1 ,ltd 4_ ,: ice (I.1\\ .
tim.. U14 *M the tparkUb wev the spirit and pattern of crystal, combined with individual 4 : : e..rtIL ,, lor 1,ltnt. p
..... eN ..... **.IIM Christ-. your whole setting and pattern | touches. She says: t. e..c" 01 \ ,
.... a a ypaskt. q occ ion. of your whole setting. But before "Just decorate the-way you I 1 toil ,U .,lubrtstn .'
"Y'dn." t he limitttt in Uw deciding on your center. :want to; Dare to be untradl-: .1.1I c ute b'u"' .
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.styes yar w4et t Of ONITMd piece consider whether the table tionaL and see what fun it is."' I .e" .' '
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rttwrJaa1.1t tint M..ntU aftd nero informal party or buffet." V Before the' war Estonia did a : \ll\ to'be" >ttr '" '
ftsrliie sell rural lire more draM Among idt-as she suggests for bigger exporting business with : ". Ol1!il \ rill'\\ ,flit ')( 1
!l! and! &IMIIMMI. sad rat ist.wrtartt. effective holiday centerpiecesare. the United States than it did with 4 r4.G orll cut" \ ltt'"
.'' tall columnar candles draped its neighboring Soviet Russia. 4 tr rI tli, e -1\1.\5 4tit tii
II.TPf'"C' her putnt Miss Stu- kith Chru>tipas swags sprays \"r'I1 I r .1 loirr J'J'I
tal p4MI ... a Chnrtawe table rude of Christmas tree balls and : Deerfield, N. H. is So named: \L : <(,Htj rteu lit ,lilt t ilil
el4hng m ni uchUble the dnnunanttarts tinseled I leaves; decorative because when the petition fop a i .1 r 'd 7 lice
$s.a0 .. drtHl purpfe.& The Christmas tableaux; or a group of town was pending, one of Its ,ul .1. .e .I.e
....... w Ittd/ersnt and angels (ceramic or paper) placed citizens killed a deer and upon : .1 : : ',\ .. ,.
which small boxes of varying heights '' Christmas means splendor r ," \ .
I r.we bi dMriM[ liMi on presenting it to the governor 1 \rl'1\ ."
., re4ksted m 1M fluted blue which are hidden by a cloud of obtained the act and name. / to everyone. Its brightly : .;;;" !" "tJ" ", Q
gear dinnerware MM! the blue misty spun glass-the effect is of;I i- lighted trees, shopping for : ;::. ;'. <: : n""" S
and crystal stemware But it'* an angels suspended in clouds: above' : presents, singing carols, chill / ,: ..,'' 11' Dn
IwmMtaMc ttuljdav table It the table I l dren hanging stockings, gaily n
even hs two srr.U Oirutmur A "can't miss" approach to hol-! I decorated shops and windows -

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