The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 27, 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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." S..raMw WMh a pru1 PARIS Dec. 27.Fighting; in enter the Indonesia Republic capital in Java. Netherlands government troops move along both $360: Per( Month w..n 'ii" Yr .g 4i .
..... __ .... At Crawl Key and w r .-aahd ...rri '
.4J auwaobileb l the Negev desert sides cf the street. A Dutch communique issued Saturday announced the capture of Madioen .
in Palestine is i ....... ...
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1 ,,, +.-.- haiw..a/i Key w..t rail center and last major city held by Indonesian Republic forces.. Madioen is 75 miles east For Three Years; .
.... .... ... on a scale of all-out war. Dr. I i I..gattdlag she .wtteQ ... atM14
... ....,t ..111 anvaa. has been Ralph Bunche reported today to of Jogjakarta. I Special Meeting Of Application has been name .lay I t .... ap Mfr till .M'

j "Is'-< lit IMa M.nhr.e Cemahr.Nyl the security Council in session in ----- ---- -. -- ----- J. N. North to the Corp of Army i i! .......... wea a. w .....

fat a fMet! Slap Martwith this city. Boanl Held Today Engineers in this chdrivt. wife I r.....,.. r gtta.. .w M J

... $1 ..N lie said that, evidently the I headquarters in JackaonvtNe wish w DtNili .....a Ili.avein .
tills ur rel Willard F. Russell was awarded fiat
..wM.. .. .rsrid.Me al4ertdb Jew are trying to drive theArabs CHIANG AND MADAME CHIANG .. gailtr ... ayM1a1k -
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t. u.M A--. TrampurtaJartt out of Palestine but added a contract at a special 1 meeting a permit to dred e a rlmiMnlnear wMi z.... r.....,

taak t'auu...p e/ *nviUc that the Arabs are fighting stub- today of the Monroe County his property at Crawl Key.It ..... lath. HI Vhe7W ..

,,"' .ang Iltea....1y'a new "ft' bornly. Commission to operate a concession is proposed to make the rfcftncl art 1M l---u- ... .....

ra4. 1M US Cafe Q-. when Doth sides have planes in the 'ON WAR CRIMES LIST ISSUED stand at County Beach on seven feet deep and from M. CWMMI mMffr are
.aa.eas.d and air. During the night Arab planes i his bid of $326 a month for. two I, .. rtM. Hie PMli .......
Mutably" to 80 feet wide. I I
dropped bombs in small communities i years. J... lot ....... ail .... M

Yhr. ..a.*...a..terry. C'AMaahrM.nrtdk. I east of Tel Aviv. ;' After the two-year period i is up The application also ak for m I j{I -s .1 Cat Via. .hlara '

r M..wa Dr. Bt:nche, who has been acting TODAY BY COMMUNIST HEADS Russell also agreed::: to pay the permit to dig four sbM i iMu the. I I, was r.aavlrr IbM tlAgdlr.K.Orrg ...tI

.1M. .,........ .. kt twinMMWtUy coordinator for the United i county $350 for a month for three upland of his property <*n Crawl I!I '" ... tlidM

-_ v_.. ..r de- Nations in Palestine since Count I: years and to furnish all the Key. Two slips will$ be 100 fee" !I ......... aw ...... ati

__aaw ta ..r __WIn' as a Navy Bernadotte was assassinated Reds Declare War Crimes Trials; 'Will ,I equipment necessary to operatethe wide and the other 200 feet. I! ee o1Mar high. ralMiltgin ..ol+,

i.. .!..*. MMP iWki TerM placed the blame on the Jews for stand. wide with a depth of sextet. Itat are ..... _

_...... .>! MMT* war a4s pt*.l conI I the renewal of hostilities. lie Conducted: Following j i Burial Today Of I There were fiur bidders for the low water. 'Iare MW ,. ... in ..itt p.M .
./tair/kr uf Mr v .4 to lU right to operate the concession I the ' dhdl..r.
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| "stand., The others were from: t Bentlcy and Circuit Court ......,... isle ....... i....4
heresal i I r I Bonds For County End Of Fighting \ Louis V. Taylor The Beach Amustement Com ;: Ross C. Sawyer. IMdI .....- S i.e.cav .

which offered $24,000 fur Commissioner Clarciv J'-.... .
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UATd.MMM u..>..+rliirkk dUttwrttwa waft plans tu OfficialsOJL'd tar Tae .,_..... I.r.... :i iNANKING. Louis V. Taylor 23. died Tuesday ten-ycar-lcase.( :, was: directed: by the comtMtManj I rn.e .. r. H. tkye

/rtr.rrd fc* (fc44k Ac Cox Naval ( Dcc, 27.-Just when Chinese leaders among the morning in the Pratt General 1 Louis Caiboncll who; offered i to interview Mayor A. MaKlandAdaias ..... M.Oa1i IMaA 111. t). iNaMwa

well for $2,500 for the first two years plus and City Manager! Ralph I III a walM nia Nl.'t' .. ..
A, )I.*..... ... Nrw Ywjk. tow vise Nationalists thought that conditions wera shaping up 9 Hospital Miatiti.H I j i '
r1 w wiY*. W eMftpletvd ulpr ', Bonds fur three person\ .,,w)jo possible! peace;pact with the Red.I.- -communist broadcaster tod_}'; .He is: survived by .his..: mother,I j 11; percent: vi the truss,;, : receipts, Q.p.SpaJdinfi with rvtt: JKfrVnj GI.r.FL.I! '

a .....wl. tarry mfMbte o( i 1 will be i in the next County Cabinet stated that his command had issued an order that a war crime court: ,, Mrs. Louisa Mayfield Taylor two I over $150 a "day. f ting the foot of Reynolds street m -

r_. >Ml( MA 4.r .......- ..rt and were reserved here today by will be organized when hostilities are over to try Nationalist leaders.j j::, daughters. Sandra Ann and Joann I I Earl Higgs who offered the proper shape for an approach tu i Pulton aiuuII'iI
the Monroe County Commission county a straight 50 cent of the County Coach.I .
h.... XM tu SM *wl *..*k. a. i trMfar* withm MX w hich met in special session this including :: three sisters, Mrs. Margaret\ Kent j the net profits. I I Hlscs told the board iiK-iiibvr. I
11I<*M ..... i |ltr tit mile waU-r-Rap. morning. The list included the name of*r t 1 I ncn. Miss Elizabeth Taylor and The contract was awarded to today that Reynolds :street was in! Self r In Hume

.......... 1ILaWft4 10M .M..van.. They were bonds of Horace practically every Nationalist I tit h OfMrs. )f '! Miss Sylvia Taylor three broth- I I Russell who will be instructed ::.a deplorable conditions anal! that
ft.I .. O'Bryant, who" will, be superintendent .1I her-up who has been close to cat Today j|i era, Sgt. Fred Taylor of Califor- whet equipment to install in the the city should act at once tot
eweaat If Mla+ .aklrpl.lnlMin. Christmas: Da
r.ilaa1 knit weekly. of public schools, in the the government since the beginning j, I I nia, Eugene and Edward Taylor I I,I concession building, built by the i clean it up. I I ( ; t tLGurie )
rumMW um of $9,000 Eddie of hostilities. The list was; county to the beach. i Higgs:: also stated that lights.
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; Sweetin M. Key West.
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Ie.. ti.|nMil l that. the who will be a member of the headed: with Chiang's name, with I j I Funeral services will be held 1 1i The contract was awarded to have beep installed at the County I AM-aukht. P.M 4
School Board from District 5 Madame Chiang's name in second' I Russell on motion of Commis- Beach and suggested bench died with a paid. m .... h.i
_ouIII ,4 CATnr. Mi_t..nt andA1he.Camcm Mrs. Margaret Nyary. G'lied: j i i this afternoon at ;5) o'clock in the i
)lace. ,' ] stoner W. A. Parri&h of MarathonI and tables where \'wtu.and I the .horn of..hi.. a.s \.1I
rrn .... a.......... .... tuueplelam : Coen1y.-prison this morning 4:13: ; o'clock in the chapel of Pritchard Funeral i ..
guard for 2500. Great excitement occurred in I who directed that a satisfactory others may rest. The otmrnwMon- Hugh Williaaavetmc al 7. Ti.ttme.
Home Chaplain Tindell of the I
01 US l'A1' QUEEN; ; win residence of her Jack Nyary :j .
exI I Vationalist circles as a result of'' son. i,I U. S. Navy officiating.; Burial I,| contract be drawn up for theI j ers made a trip to the beach laterto eaHy t rt'l.rrSlodiw. .
twke' 209-D Pomciana Place.
the broadcast. A !spokesman> for I| |' signature of Chairman Frank tee about the suggestion. .
11.. aNa tsM .., air, to II Funeral services will be held will be in the family plot in City I I
I Teri the government announced that :, I Patio. hid lat. ell k.
wIIIItiC- .... .. : Cemetery. j i 1----- -- -------
n.kris c.ahtta.Mi1M ""erfllll"csAt the Nationalists were left with Wednesday evening, 7 o'tlock in -- --- ----- It r ip.tlar. he M.I
....- M i..Yre Thew44urg.rr the of the Funeral Mr. Taylor was a Veteran of
; 7:30 A.M EST oily one thing to do-to fight to I chapel Lopez : i fend aeran eiraja'.. wealMuarlh m
World War II and member of[
UAmt- will tie re- Home. Rev. G. Leon Wells of the i j a AUSTIN SAYS HE WILL awe YIN .
the bitter awe
enu.Cluans :
Mllrw. IY writ a. .t.ul..1 in10aiaal I "I"I ion- had something else to First M. E. Church, will officiate. !i j I Arthur Sawyer Po: t. fun military f ...... asd ....ale .Ile wet ..
Temp honors be rendered by
he.Naal Urtlltlc the the remains!:
M After services
hMM at Key .W..4 and Havana ; Atlanta 27 I worry today. Reports from I.I.I will be sent to Miami for cremation ,|I the guard of honor of Arthur of ___ w YIa P..
; Nationalist and it Iasi.d YIN b
..liii-K w.H Iw M MMttMxi. tu iU Augusta: .- 27 South China said that : Sawyer PostI NOT i RESIGN UN POST M w.
___ Billings troops had turned on their officers I j |I .fa.Irde.t "heRaaae- vi 'hue "J'
"Fr aAN Ii1g aid. katae bustua. I 23Bil 1 Survivors: Two daughters, Mrs. .
and killed two generals. It ; When ...... a .rp was .
... '.a .- AHaulM Sf..U.ard man hilm 30 i and Mrs. Alice'Pollock. : ODD I
i Olga Perkrun '
;'' was report'jd further that there'' llr Slalr.Work! : n bv Mr T M **... w.i.I .
.... M .i.... .. aortal watertorr -21Uv..ton I is much dissatisfaction among; the both of Cleveland) : three j According to an evening: 1 iwipcr I Ii Navy chMrt who liars. in U.. ...

...,. ._ __. II troops. I sons. R;>''>h Nvarv Av/ahncc, 'there are only five real authorities i wait lJlI i,: Not ; Simon Knowles I I lanai 1i ...... he war bdlMigi '
"III. ( Cuba willa Buffalo _. ____ 20 California Walter Cleveland I,
> MTVMK "u h lull in the I : Nvary- on bridge in this country. velvet CHatf MMMM '
(fighting I rsa..l
.....--- ajrw ttevMMon of, per-- iOMIM i. Charleston .. 29} today except was a in a sector CO miles''' and Jack Nvar.... Key West ,I Odd how often one gets one of Kinihe l; Show* Hi-Milt, I i > 'tvnt. MM hand sad as

1a wkN.itlally. quilt- Chicago 21 northeast of this city where an and three grandchildren i them as a partner.-Punch. | Died! Ycslcnlay( : .lira wife to MM.u at ... OYr "
n I' ,5 will .he added l to I i iAn Coi pw Christi .. 51i intense aitiilery duel was goingon. : Of) Ouliluur) E erd'e: I "U a ,.ha.r..... 'e! fls4

M ;. aprtaaRg ...... eaI!I isa i Denver _- 20 It wet; believed that (he Huh ''win:, I DVIGHTKIJ; :Clonus' TOJO( 1!I "No I 1 Patton'.. body.PMiaia .

pill .., the GA TCt) proNtMtae44 Detroit 20 _._._________._ ___u___..____ : Simon Zclot-s Knowk-:.. ..(. had i.
the to advance I .AweM a
were clearing way j That was the succinct statement !
Y a i im rtiu c in \ EI Paso .. 40 closer: to Nanking.Thieves Sunday of Warren Austin i|:; diet yesterday murninx at 11.I .MI I I stout our MMwa rglM .....k I. I
III etlgttla0 timlMii. Seine $4l1MMg .- i Galveston 51 ; .. .
;'as, to whether or not lie would I I I o'clock, after a long; illness itlalaM. wheel IIr .
.II. na.rry III retuired Jacksonville 3l: !
his position as chief of the I'Uiifral will be held DciMrty Skenff wtrarneed I '
resign servicw.:
.IMirA. the prwfett add provide Kansas City 31 Enter i .
i iworia ,, MMM I. i
I they I
United States Mission to the Uni-i tomorrow at 10 a. m. in the
Isea .arh rav t..l fore KEY WEST 711 wa dead AM ...>' ...
: ted Nations. j of tne Funeral I
Chapel Lopez
.. .. ...
.. .IM. The Sl.ftaO.- Key West Airport 67 ,
Four Business Austin who with his: wife is a i Home. Ucv. G. Leon Walls, ul, Mild.PMam
... ...M) by the Florida Lars 45; .
<< Angeles a 1 was a i MM.fJ 1'
guest at the Little White Houseon > l"irst1.: E. Church will officiate: .
Ja..k uf Jackaunville.vMk l.oulsville II I invitation of President Truman I Burial will be in the family p4ol 1 Jaldoe wet A I', a

I a Santo of aaaociiiUd. FK>r. I i Meridian 3.1 Places Sunday :says that the work to wluch I in'City Cemetery. faint, waa ..... I ......
ilia.....h. gtwir.ii.a. watch Miami Ri ; I' .uI '.
himself" with the
he consecrated Survivors: Sisters, Mr Eva-
.... ILr111Ma C'i"HM _--..ion hasI I, : I' .
Minneapolis 15 I resignation from the U. S. Scn..te.I! lina L. Lopez and Mm. lUwetLdi will he MMt My Oi r
11.J'" apcad Iu iii.ure. I I Memphis 32. Juveniles are suspected in flit M not finished. i i: Russell.! al H mie to Apse I., t.

_at] .,I-__u- ... Mar than $%.' I New Orleans 46 I II I I burglary; of four places of business a t ?m'j a 'The work to which I consccraI i i i I I I Tiger Tail Tnbc. No. 1 1i 19 Ml IM the familymother. I.'

.I sew r 4.I Ooetda tobe New YOlk _. 17 over the weekend. a i Patbrs r u." t.
I an v t'ti ui)>jelf on resigning i from the Improved Order uf Red Men. and
f ptwNr by ep/ty fIIai ring Norfolk ._. 21)) Burglaries were reported at U S Senate is only in its begin- I! Key of the Gulf Castle N.,. 2. a ....... I; wet
> tlnrHaftiit. it isNMMlr under.Mr Blossom's Lunch Room at ti... <... .... .
I Oklahoma City _. 31)) rung; said Austin. "With the ; Knights of the Golden Rankwill]i a M. .1 l t.
.... ..... BUtive. ar- White and Eaton streets. w'herthey \nn
I Omaha 26Pensacola nclp ..f God and the skillful sur- I attend the funci. and pal lot jr -r. PbtloM sad I u/'
r.atgaatwSk lur tl. time Cuntu.ra.ra'a I _. .n ate lunch. and stole someegos. -icons and physicians ant the will be --clectt-d: Irvin the rasa MrA Mayo

that :j I : I The tMMeral w
Pittsburgh wonderfully ,generous:: hospitality bership!\
.4N41 aw ....b laiada be pond I Roanoke .. 101 St. Clair Oil Corporation of tie* j) the Naval Station and the hos- -- ._--- --- t held. thw afterWM 4 pEptMxpal

tall. IMa hews y of GATCU. as I St Louis __ 21 ,, in James street where they stole 1 pilanu of the hospital I expect : ChMrrH n-
.. ... wrist. of ... .
ate << not .. 47 r.d waa pi at i< atHalloewvn n
San Antonio restoration but an mreas
i not on -
$13.Maxwell's Palace Theater
Mart w.Ii1lM1 .... eta avadeb ew I San Francisco .. ___ .Ij: |! Furniture Stun al .+ sticngth for the will tar. EMII <
a. aI : > my
.thiaei .. of at Wt $.*.. ,, .. .. .
rap Seattle 2:1: ,1909 Fleming !street where the xx cause William Powell and Ann Blyth an I i u Lev GoKtM'i AM.

..... 1.I Ihr -n H Clr..i. i
....... lIeMU oItke"u- S1.630.- | The Key West Housing Authoi Allen anal O..rdi4i Lt aI .
'I 51 a (Continued: On Page Six) :EiUl11)
(f'ottUnurd On Pale Six) where .
u ity office in Porter place -- --
: -PiiosK 124 and SHORTSUnusual
they stole a pen and a barometer L-

i i The burglars e n tel e d the ,c 4?
rMt &.a.4. CUUOM Cub Coupe Maxwell's store MARAUNr I ()
R.. *. On Owner Wanted places except .. a
Ea.*il.Bl COAdltionNAVARRO Help i i by rear doors. At the Maxwell b __ ALL AIRLINES MIAUle : ....
store it is not known how the\ far All Cart

Inc. GROCERY CLERK and DRIVER I entered. Roy' Key Weal Awtn Ha ,
Police Chief Joseph Kemp iti PRICE TOURS
/ 121 Du al St. Pu.a 4-.
OJ>peMte But Station. BAER'S MARKET i: continuing his investigation. -",, 411 FI..a.c ".. Folks we are OPEN TODAY.
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'cause: we were closed Xmas

...... ........... i '/P> Wirephoto Day. Hear Frank play your

MIAMI-KEY WEST MRS. KATSUKO TOJO (right), widow of the former Japanese POOR OLD CRAIG selection on the piano. FOR SALEI! FOR IIALL

BRADY'S BARGE LINE Inc. premier. Hideki To jo. and Machie.; To jo'* daughter burn incenseat Good I CI Cars
CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS:: the family altar soon after he was hanged in Tokyo early
-l Francis at Division Phcne 9134,/t4peni
STIUTMv! LU3IUER YARD TELEPHONE 6 Thursday (Tokyo time)) The crepe-hung photo of Tojo was .\ "..r l't HK OIL beater / TWINS GARAGEYour

CHOICE POULTRY Barge Leaves Miami I taken when he was at the height of his wartime power. Between LET TTC G"sPr"T orChange friendly S1od.hkat DeeJ.

TELEPHONE 11$ Mrs. Tojo and her daughter k a uniform once worn \ UO Your Oil I
1114 Wkite f''M' Phe. *. uo; Every. Friday I Open From,9:00 A.M. Till I A.M.
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, P.. .&..... vall7 Except ..dr., b7 trI
I. P. AMTMA*. f war ..* r.klUhrfcWMM
Without merits :
going into the of the )
** e. AMTMA/.e. MMB*r i %
t-r. Th CIU. U.U41.
C*r..r Or..n. .... A.. atr..l.left dispute that led to the strike of linotype I Iii .
iMiir N' in Key West aaflM 7I
C..ftt operators against the :Miami herald, The

.r, i ti K.jr W..l. "orkta. s..eond elan matter Citizen thinks! that they chose: a ticklish I By ROBERT SIDNEY BOWEN --!!! -"s

Am< .*.t..4 fr.M U cluMv ly entitled to time for the walkout. Ayta Chapter 3' Sam Rankln said and stepped between suddenly he rut It cal off ,hql
.. ..
fr r i v* iv '"( all w dl.palcb.s credited completely
yp M rr fcl *.b..rl_ credited" In this paper, and Setting of type i is now in a period of WAS still wondering moment them.If .- and went
ai.t t* f ;L4-al iMwa | tubed. here. I I a either heard don't know.At little eyes bunted out Sim S
transition similar to what it was half a later when Sam Rankin soot that exact moment. right in the 'kin and damned if the

r..r CIaSNll'TI0RTE., .". century ago when the linotype was begin- denly appeared at my side. He echo of Sam's pleading words the low didn't smile like a
.......--. ._. ._. ___ I.". t had a drink in each hand. He little runt shrilled something. spoiled child.A ;:
.. ..-... .. ._ .__ seo ning to come into use in -may newspaper That touched off DeFoe. His face thousand pardon M
"..ta _. _._.._ handed me one with a weak smile.
1.0.AU.EHTlel(1 m then distorted he said in a !squeaky voice.
and pur-
.Y .. _... ..._....___ .Zi plants! in the United States. The oldtime Y w tt7 I "Have one. pal," he grunted. ple.went He red.smacked Sam Ranked ,desolate that such a thing :

IttTF.e compositor complained about the installation ? "Helps you enjoy the animal act restrainin hand to one I happen. A thousand ;
"... ....... the Monsieur. And to M
UB Application of the machines as "taking bread out I more. My God!" left the floor in,* dive for you also."
iron bands thousand pardons.
AH r...... *.uii rr<.:e".>lL. cards MITK of tbanks.: resolution of their mouths," but. except in isolated I I I felt I took almost it.human and downed again. it, and little were guy.extended Those out in strong front of him. He got out the last all he tun* :i-

.f r.*p.rt. ..Mt<*ar* _,....... ....m.. etc. will bs and I suddenly envisioned the to Dot Rankin. and he almost lo
... instances, they did not go on strike. "Greater love hath no man 'or and felt .his face
.taea.d rat' rat. *f Is *>ts a lias. horrible Picture of those hands balance on fl ;
MMlrvs t": . ...: by churches from I[ his wife Sam" I said solemnly. around the little fellow'sna bowed so low. And then as bad 'jSam 'j- n r...._ *. !. *. derived are t cents a line. :Most\ of the workmen realized that a I "'Or curling .
j do like that Dot mumbled
,... linen 1..R ; \ ++ you things come *ITbetter. and somethiM *
"pea forum and Invltss dlf :
.!.. < a publi. loniieii sad nubjecls of local or change had set in, and that if they wished I j out of the woodwork too?" '--Well, maybe I was thinking of the little guy executed- a saapay .

ee5uai.... -ki .............t. tout It wig not publish ssonymousMEMBER to continue setting type for newspapers atf i j "God forbid!" Jie groaned. the little guy, or maybe just of about-face. walked through US* ,
et ea i s : begged Dot to skip this crowd but Dot and Sam. or maybe I simply gathering that gave way fur hmfc
they would have to learn how to operate I I lost I think now though, she didn't care much for DeFoe: At and right on out the frets do C ?

the linotype. Thousands of them l wishes I'd won. But she'd never any rate my feet left the floor, leaving his hat and coat toehioC T-
went to admit it. I mean she's realizing and I made contact with DeFoe That is to say if he had brought I
the :Mergenthaler\ factories in Brooklyn, I that war makes awful heels out of halfway to his goat in the prettiest either. I i
people who were once very n <:e. shoulder and hip block you ever Half an hour later Paula and'I f
<) 194 manufacturers of the linotype, to learn I. What now?" i saw. It bounced him down hard. took our leave. The near apt had j i

how to operate it. As we had heard a good The last was because the constant But I guess he'd had lots of experience brought a quick: end to the part f
undertone of boiler factory i in getting bounced down. A couple of the guests had carkg t-
many compositors in New York remark at I sounds had suddenly become blot hard. He came right back up fast DeFoe away and the rest ot Usei t.

the time, it would have been foolish for ted out by a roaring and a bel- and tried again. He shouldn't have had gone hunting for their wrapt tAll
I I lowing and a shrilling over on the done that. I mean. I didn't like the in all a million or so woes *
I them to strike against an invention that I other side of the room. Sam guy but I didn't want to hurt him had flown back and forth. Bui *C

I IMPROVEMENTS ron KEY WEST wouid increase several times the amountof i weighed over two-ten but he left either. But he came so fast I just mostly they were apologies. I q 1;
I ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN me standing at the post. I pickedup had tot in enough words to date Sam asd >
I type a man could set in a day. SIX YEAR-OLD JANICE CRABB ground, though, and I was onlya It was a little elbow, knee, and Dot to meet us later at the StM-ji -.
smiles in Sheltering Arms head butt trick they'd taught us where we'd to drink this ;
I The operators in Miami\ I step behind when he went try one .
are facing a HospitaL Minneapolis. Minn. Young she is. Janice the OSS and which I had useda
I I. More Hotels and as has survived through the fringe of the group. in into forgotten memories. Theft f
IJ J t :. Beach and Bathing Apartment Pavilion. condition similar to that faced by the com- life in a Japanese prison camp and is well on her way to In the center of the group were few times to good advantage in collected Paula and left In the .
both China and Burma. Anyway her first
taxi she spoke words. Nt
I positors. The truth of that statement is recovery from infantile paralysis. March of Dimes funds make two men. One was Pretty Boy it worked for DeFoe ; .
a. Airport -Land and Sea. Rene DeFoe. and his face [ me again. least they were the first I'd hearl
I L {. Consolidation of County and confirmed by what has! been going on in hospital treatment possible for the child.Biuiimiiiniiiimmiuramniiiiiiiiiimiiucamimmiuaj twisted with rage it looked was lke:so went down the second time and .her speak since the shooting anl S
this time he stayed down. He .
City Government --- -- ----- -. ---- it was going to fly off from between was theuproar."Poor f .;
Chicago for months --- --- ----
13 in a strike of linotype ---- as cold as an iced herring. And I I Dot and Sam she sai{. ..
ft. Community Auditorium. ........... his ears. The other lad was <
operators in that city against its five I. about three-fifths DeFoe's build.A I knew he would be, so I didn'tgive Then giving me a look out flit j
little runt that would meet him a second glance. Training corner of her eye. And what *
]largest newsnaoers.- The publishers re- Key West In (I TODAY'S with danger in any stiff wind.up i made me spin around fast. I were you hoping to do Break li t

sorted to the use of varitypehich at I And he, too was very much riled mean maybe DeFoe had a pal or neck just because he had beta $'
!1 about two who suddenly didn't like me nice to me?" f *
MONOGRAPH first was slow and difficult but today that Days Gone By !; BIRTHDAY up They were standing about six even a little bit.. I was thinking of something i -"
i else so I answered more or toss
form of typesetting has progressed to so I feet from each other, and scream- NEED for the spin around. j
Fuller \ 'arren.fian'rnurElf'd \0' automatically.
lion \ fYeah. !
AS TAKEN FROM FILES By (IPl) Newsfeatures ing their lungs raw. Part of it was <
treat I ,,1 however. The gathering stood But I rm
1 an extent many believe that in the guess out o|
OF THE CITIZEN OF ................ I in French. but most of it was in ,right where it was, gaping and practice." .
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Jacksonville. Florida next 10 years it will be used generally innewspepers DECEMBER 27. 1938UIUUWWmmIIUIIIUIIIUIIf1UtIUmUIUUUIUUUUIIIUIImq 'I a chatter that I'd never heard before gasping. And a big !lad with aback Paula sniffed and went

Door Fuller: composing rooms. j> Dec.LOUIS 27 1896.BROMFIELD.on a farm at born Mans-on yelling in, and my travels.waving their Screaming arms hard: to of the a hack little face guy,was and holding talking didn't frigid. have For once an audience her little I Vi!
At first the Chicago papers looked A guide of places of interest in I field, Ohio. He left Columbia's I.I 'I like ?crazy. And the gathered fast and furious in his ear. The thinking some more. Think ia jr.
They just stood there
After your inauguration as governor strange and like misfits, but today they Key West has been printed by I I| School of Journalism to -join theO forming group a circle, doing nothing little runt seemed. not to hear. He that it was certainly very p6r
of Florida marriage should be the] Artman Press for the Cham- French Armyin but waiting for something to was too busy trying to squirm business to slug client) kickiM
present a neat appearance and run practically ber of Commerce. World WarI. happen. away. And if there is such a thingas before he'd given you the w
your next objective-with a wife you'lllead seeing) a guy froth at the mouthwe retainer!
life. I as much news as they did before the i t winningmany "Here. here. Gentlemen.Dleasc! were all seeing it then. But (T. .. ceaU.aedJ

a Fuller linotype operators went on strike. Peace Justice and Mrs. E. R. !, honors. ---- .

THE ORACLE The world Lowe of Tavernier while on i( He worked for
continuously marches on in their way to Key West Saturday, New York Your

every kind of human endeavor, and discards met with an accident on the City "News" HYBRID CORNBy Horoscope'

today what was considered Overseas Highway. It had been b and The Asso-
IRON CURTAIN HURTS WHOM? some- raining and their automobile ciated Press, MONDAY. DECEMBER %

thing of a marvel] a few decades ago. skidded on a curve and turned then moved to Billy Mcliityre 1948-Though austere and ri..Min .

Strikes create necessity, and necessity, over at a side of the road. Neitherof France his own methods of life. the
to write
Justice Robert II. Jackson of the I
as the age-old saying goes is the mother of occupants was injured. novels. He won A friend met his neighbor out in the back yard one day native much of this day will sisMar
United States Supreme Court is on solid ----- sympathy for others assn
invention. The larger the number of striking The Southern States Preview ; louis Bromfield the P u 1 i t zer and said to him: "It's a wonder to me when you make loveto have compassion for their -
gr" und when he suggests that the Soviet i iIr(4n operators, the greater will be the ef- announced today that 11 works of prize in 1926. In 1939 he estab-I your wife in the kitchen that you wouldn't pull down the I nesses. This trait will' not slw. tI

art will be exhibited at the New I lished his 1.000-acre farm, Mala shades. "What do mean?" "Oh. don't innocent be
Curtain will do Russia: more harm forts to bring other forms of typesetting to I you play I appreciated, for a hit a4
than the United States. a state of perfection.It York World's Fair and that one ] bar in Ohio, which has becomea I saw you on Saturday night making love to your wife just +i. stretched out to aid t* sometitsted
of them will represent a scene Unique cooperative enterprise. like a couple of love sick children. "Are you sure it was repaid by ingratitude; Uwrtter

Naturally the jurist doubts the wis- in Key West. Saturday night?" "Sure it was. I stood right in my yard, and f be careful in the sefevKMi a f

ifcmMtf ihoe who think it is up to us to do i is almost time for everybody to look I PROBLEMHow saw you two making fools out of yourselves." "Well, brother. friends.I

Hm4hinjr.. "even i if something violent" out for new calendars. Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel L, Lowe to get the experience :you must be mistaken. That's the night I went into the Elks. I --
and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Broast wrote Middle
without which nobody will give Jill.. 111. JiI( ...... : aged man mffr*
.to l lire ak through the Iron Curtain in order are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I him the job is the young man's ; job as baby sitter Cn Mm JW

.VM txftrtrate it with more information The Soviet government is prepared to L. Roberts at their home on Fran- employment problem. Boston 1-------- about the to be a Methodist and I babies just like a mother FeiVl
cis street. i. Gobe. turkey for( j fifty cents an hour and
know you're going to hell than unea otr
IHVMI and l our own ideology. cooperate in creating I Thanksgiving. The turkey
a Communistic ;._ I 1 I was so to be a Baptist and not know !116 free. .
It should be obvious to those of us world and nothing else. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson :{ where she is. employed in. the internal f wild he couWn't get near him to!I I where the hell you're going" ,1 I

..k*. .hate faith in the American way of )life arrived here from Tampa on revenue bureau. I cut tied his him head and off.put a Well halter he on hog-him i!I i I, Some of the boy wr* kidding
Saturday to the friend about
spend holidays a widow
tl..*.t. if there i is anything to our belief, the When men and women fight for prin- with relatives i i j J. Lancelot-Lester Jr. sailed and led him around the town un- Dear editor: Please renew our i I'and he said: "I mrryii know g I a pscIIJher

MtIatft ttSoviet( Russia is certain to harm ciple rather than for personal advantagesthe -- !;,:I yesterday on the steamship Cuba I fell til he down was exhausted the and then :,subscription another year,to as your I enjoy paper it for as !i i,! up second-hand (wt she

t'ile'. HMiaiM. more than anybody else. so-called human Mrs. Fred J. Dion, Jr., and son :;: for Havana where he will visit to ground to rest. < much as husband. turned out to be just a> !K..d M
will be
race coming left this morning for Fort Laud->I for a few days. I I The man snuck up behind him i\ my i.I new "
Mr. Jarkfton says that he did not along. erdale to visit relatives. i I and cut his head off and says: I __
i A rather homely girl went to ..I|
slaver fruit the Nuremberg The "There now, you son of a gun.
trials where he I J Today Citizen says in an I! dance, and none of the gentlemen '
You could of saved lot of
..,...1) M the American prosecutor, "with CONGRESSS TO TACKLE CIVIL had Miss been Consuelo her Warren who Mr. I, editorial paragraph: trouble for me if you had a beena would ask her to dance arid she J NEW 26" TIREBICYCLES
visiting parents, "So many of us spend much of !'
sop .welaal American passion for re-educa- DEFENSE and Mrs Thomas K. Warren, left our time looking for the ideal wo- I sport and walked" right up to just hall.sat In,fact and she it was was cold so cold in that she :

.. t+ net of the world." this for Jacksonville. '' hile the chopping block.
i* He inclines to morning man-meanvi we marry. : was shaking so bad that the :

bii. i by contrast that "we need some The next Congress will) have to take --- --- I II 1 I "They found a rat in a San I water on it. her knee had a whitecap at. .. $39.95 a d i upj

Pr'. elwratltlg. furJ4.lvelbecause smugness up the question of civil defense, using as s s k Francisco fruit market that was : on i j Also All SU of BICYCLES. *
eight years old. "How could I | .
tat ret an Iron Curtain effective the basis of its you j TRICYCLES and WAGONS
as deliberations
aswtaMtohrtl the 300-page tell he was that old." "Must of : A man was out of w erk arK; it i i
astr .. by governmental action. report prepared by experts who worked 1 i been caught with a date in his I I j was kinds hard to get a job. He i Deposit will hold any nwnhdiMlMTon

The Mpa..ion*' of the American peo- out a plan to safeguard the people of this i II a mouth' hooked i! in the paper but no job our Lay-Away" PUn
j I
was there for him, but
ne saw
I ;
-S *.. which the judge refers has been country from Overseas Cycle Store
unnecessary loss in the event 1 You heard the old gag about < several ads for baby sitters, and ;

li.lil 1..1JI1ft a good' many American ac- of an emergency. I \ "A fool and his money are soon :i the thought come to rum to. ..-unI 920 Truman Ave Phase I3M

i........ K ill clearly evident in the "fever" While there are some Americans who I I parted" What I can't understand'I II I an advertisement This i.s I .hat
th I is, how did they get together in -
which .
many American insist upon think that it is foolish to be apprehensiveor the first place

....la1t a Hill.... of Rights for the people of to set up any kind of safeguards to Jf.Jf.- I I

11rr w rki. .h""f" >ite the obvious fact that the minimize the effects of an aerial attack,, Two very religious men were Overseas
talking about their Transportation
ctrl "Mlnty of the inhabitants of the one should
not overlook the fact that Ham faith and finally got Into a heat-

Asir. aw entirely unfit, by training, edu- burg suffered "60,000 killed and 37,000 ed argument. One was a Baptistand I I I
v [ ,

.tlrlian..IM.wd a.1. by experience the American, for Constitution.the rights beyond wounded in a ten-day period" when fire, :: argued the and other argued a Methodist., finally They the ;'!, Company, Inc.

possibility of control, swept over a Baptist says "I really feel sorry '

large area of the city. This was before the '-- -- -- 1i. ...,...... for the Methodists. as I know i I'I Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service

UNUSUAL MEDICAL CASE atomic bomb and one should not overlook J 4 :(). they are going straight to hell" -between-
--- Then the Methodist saYS to the

estimates of experts that casualties from I 1 Baptist: "Dont you know its far j: MIAMI and KEY WEST

r4o. University of Michigan Hospital one of these agents of destruction mightrun TDo I I I
Hi,IM b \fw sacc.tleful removal of r LAUNDRY LEGALS Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
a knife as high U D ;
as 100,000 persons. LOOM 6LD t00N ;
........ which I II B.rwMa Mianl sad Xy WM
had rested for The "O'.lf" a tl
twenty-three background of the report on civil 3410'0 t1? I I
... itt the SIT I \OTI1K" TO Hr.UIIOKs 1I I
,1 of a man's spinal ). defense is
co the recognition that many of IX Till-: ('01'NT' *' JI'IX.I-ro: "O"IIT' Exprett Schedul.
....... these if ItVISION IN. A\Ir t'OItlO"HO": Ml. )
casualties could be avoided by the AlCCt. i I.oult1" l'H"lt 'TK-: I (No Stop En R ut.)

A..diac. to hospital authorities the prompt action of a well-trained defense r I In re\ .K;slat"'JI_ .<. K\Ms.K: I I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT : .
,Ilittda. w aa pluRged l into the back of force. 4 W nun 1 I SUNDAYS) ai LOG PJ4. Ar.
the This would include 6 1 !7orV"and! '
a of T.
system I all r all irion* j rives at Miami at 12.00 o'clock Mid
leatieM in a tight with a friend mutual having ilaiins or drnands against 1 I
twenty- aid and
mobile .
reserves, together Ct t l ,h. estate { Xd.lah U lijms.. de I night
ah-r.... v*.rgu.. It lodged in the spinal with fire-fighting aft liVING toOY ...-.tH-d. "late?..f the. fitv ...r"t.. 1 j LEAVES MIAMI DAILY
medical Il/ltt/ (EXCEPT
rescue and .
..... between the pct ct ,i9 o:12'8tD Monrue fwuntState ::! r1. rnlu: .1 j
ahoulder blades in a other services 1 Yes. and ra.h of )'" ar. herebynotified SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock MM
ready to act
....... Mhkb. immediately LOON 1 tx u t and required t.. file all night and arrive at Key West a!
ordinarily, would haveIrrelrilre.(1 upon the occurance of a disaster. laltii" and drmamln whi" h von. f I Ior 6:00 o'clock A.M.
either of \'u. may hair against
partial or complete paralysis. t While we have not read the complete .thr... estate of-.ldah U. IUm..<-,. .I-! | Local Schedule
".% axeil late r>f lheCit\ K .y UVst ,
e pativnt. not knowing the nature of report we understand that the gigantic Monroe Count. Mate- wf Kl* .Inthe (Stops At All Intermediate Polar)
WIt .>[flee. ..f the Count* Ju htjtrry. ntinueU i LEAVES
working full time defense system would be 1..nrOtC..unH'. Florida in the KEY WEST: DAILY (EX.:
InM. f...*r controlled en- <..>ll.thou.... ..r ai-l Count at K>-yWCM. CEPT SUNDAYS) al 1.00 o'clock
years ago began to have difficulty tirely at the local level, with local fire Klonda.ithin eiKht: ralen-1 I I It A. M. and arrive at Miami at 4.00
.MI walking. and PLAH26S9 dar month from the time of the' o'clock P. M.
police / .
organizations fir
forming the puhlicatian nf this not i.e. 1"wit i
Through S ic. ember 2 II. A. ti. 1140.: Said '
examination LEAVES MIAMI
ray the nucleus AP Newsfeatwes DAILY (EXCEPT
of the proposed system. The lack claims or demand shall I..> in .'rildenre '
1i de. r*%ered with rust Inle and contain the plaee ..r r..I- SUNDAYS) al ':00 o'clock A. M. sad
removed such HOUSE is of
a system, according to the experts, one the newest developments in and post offt-e addrevs i.f the arrive at Key West at 100 clock I
aii.elg with a mate of Marred tii.ssue and is a serious defeat in defense architecture. This plan 2659 by Herman York architect. 199- claimant and shall l.e inorn.. to hthe \' : P.M. I
our ,
claimant his .I|
system. .r .ill'-rn.
tilde ..ti. I 33 Keno Ave.. Hollis 7. N. Y. is designed with agent y. II
|* M Moreover a shaded alcovein Any na h aim] or demand not so i I
it is suggested that England the living room accommodate television set radio record filed within the time and in theI 1i i|,
I I manner prescribed herein shall" bev.i'l I FREE PICK-UP and
might have gone down to defeat had she player and home movie screen. The house covers an area of DELIVERY SERVICE

experts! who could not bee a not prepared and trained her people inad.ance 1.285 square feet The architect says he is convinced from ex- 20th[sated day at of Key December.Wc"t. A.Florida U 1545.this! FULL CARGO INSURANCE{

trend are how pointing out the mandate of to take care of the situation perience that television becomes a new center in a home superseding ERNEST A. KAMSET.At MAIN OFFICE aDd WAREHOUSE Cor. Eatoa at* .".

Ute ....t..... created by bomb the fireplace. H* believes that new homes should be and Executor Testanaent of of the Addnh Last Will IS. PHONESi 92 AND 13.r
enemy .
planned for television oven in arias pot yet covered by video, Farnsey, deceased
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Large store 218 Simonton. 35x60. Small hotel in downtown Key Two-wheel luggag tT';,". 4 a .
Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for West Fla. contains 8 large body. $50. Phone 431.J.

Uy. dcc2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two' ...:1-.
apartments. All in perfect

I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS condition. Large lot and good FOR SALE-USED CARS
money maker. Must disposeon
-' Furnished 2%-room apartment account of health. Box 532
1941 Plymouth cunvrrtoMr .....
(Pr Photo Utilities furnished. $25.00 week Key West Florida. I
coupe radio heater, fivrtically ,....
ly. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 .
SEVENTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD J. W. WILLIAMS (right) stands beside the crude but in which he Windsor Lane. decl-tf decl-tlj I new tun Beet e...

Mrs he lived for'20 years deep in the woods nea Fayetteville. N. C. With him is Rural Police over $700.00. 1124 Scw.tatp
man David McNeill of Wade. N. C. who discov cred the hermit in his shack. The former farmer Apartments. Electric kitchen. MARINE MOTORS i Street Phone 1193-M. '

from Alamanc county. North Carolina says he went into seclusion after the death of his wife. Per day or season. 909 Eliza-; dee2y7Mt s

Between him and the policeman is the hermit's crude Christmas tree decorated with worn and beth Street dec6-tf j
Gray'marine and
faded greeting cards. I C. R. Smith, opposite Firestone'Station !

---.-- Furnished apartment 3 rooms and Marathon. decl-Imo'Bundles of old newspaper tt lent >
bath. Maid and janitor services 1 each bundle. Inquire lthe

A RESCUE ATTEMPT THAT FAILED IN GREENLAND rr linens and utilities fur-. New 16' sport utility launch.I I Citizen Office rwM.II
) nished. Coral Hotel Apartments
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Completely equipped. 4-cylin-J
-- opposite Post Office.
t dec7-21t der Gray engine. Ideal fishing FOR SALE-BUSINESS PLACES
boat Gomez Marine Service!
Palm Avenue. dec24-4tx i! Motorcycle Shop fur Mil* Apptr '
Furnished apartment All utili 132 Simonton. Phone >*t. .
ties. By month or season.' sk...t6t
Phone 1475. dec24-3t i Marine single cylinder diesel en-I!
gins, suitable for commercial !
A good busineM in Key W....
fishing boat English
For colored. 813 Baptist Lane. construeI'tion.
Very fine Fixtures and equipment. Finelr-
I Apartment furnished. Sleeps, All for ...
thing. $1. Wye
r $115. Dave's Shell Service'
4. $13.00 week. Just
per .
I today. 432-W (Walter Box 1912, Opa-Locka, Fla. } Beebe). dftT.. 19.t

Bebee). dec27-29-30-3t\ decS7-6ti: I
t Hand-made Mother Guiseher

I FURNITURE & APPLIANCES dio in Telegraph Lane. Alums

Overseas Hotel low rates. Cof-' hand-wrought metal and e.tiw

fee shop, bar. decl-lmo Maple twin beds, box springs, in- products of Key West
nerspring mattresses chest
M FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Brand new 34x84 jalousie door.
AND ROOMS I Brand new gas range for apart- GARDEN AND LAWN S

ment or trailer. Cot and mat- SUPPLIES
The Stutz Hotel, 410 Fleming I tress. Cheap. 1328 White. I
Street, has an efficiency apt. Closed until Tuesday .-.- .
: and several sleeping rooms vacant dee17-Ut, December 28. Key Wet G.nMt
Low weekly or monthly & Lawn Supply Co. .|4 Pivoting .
Bedroom suite kitchen set
rates. dec7-tf wah-I Street deHl if
ing machine sewing

g ,'-Sy + pit couch. All in good .
Apply 906 Georgia Street
dec27-3tx t
and light housekeeping!I III Radio repairs whilc-ll-wait hew

rooms $5 to $15 per week. 4111] I standard prices by catekif. \4
William Street nov27-26tx]I II II FOR SALE-HOUSES years radio experience Idlifacturing ate .
AND LOTS II plants! mhead Whitfz

FOR RENT-HOUSES ,i i Street noi 3O-2IW
(IP) Wirephoto Two furnished houses desirable .,

TRACKS IN THE SNOW TELL THE STORY of an unsuccessful attempt to rescue U. S. Air Force Two-bedroom house furnished i II I location. Write owner. Box!I II I MISCEl.LAKEOUl'4.
Just redecorated inside. Ex-!| XY c/o Citizen. dec22-10tx| .
fliers marooned the Greenland Ice A C-54 tried to make "snatch"
on Cap. a pick-up of the gliderin I
I cellent location. Season only.I 4 I Picture ".......
framing picture
the foreground. The attempt failed because the glider plowed into deep snow (note tracks) II
Phone 667-J. dec23-tf; Best buy in town. Waterfront I and matted DiNrgrv's, 811
and broke the tow rope. Further rescue attempts have been hindered by slormy weather. This
home with dock. Furnished. Phone 1U7-M.
photo was made by Associated Press Staff Photographer Peter J. Carroll aboard a relief plane. SITUATION WANTED- I Francis. .
Two bedrooms. Two baths I i I deco hilt
-- BABY SITTER $8500. $2500 cash balance like'

rent 1328 White Street | LOST
CAUIUKR TO THY TO RESCUE AIRMEN I Danish Reliable competent babysitter.I dec5-tf

King Days, evenings. Please Phone : Black Mexican walk euM.en' iJI
: 798. dec23-4tx i I .....
valuable identiftratiun
: I
Where Fliers -j ; | Makes Recordings I Mary Francis Santb. 766 W M*.
!I: Street RewarddrfTH*
Are Marooned GREENLANDfNorth Stock Island over 400 ft oceanfront -
I COPENHAGEN ((-P) King the New Year with an in-I Bargain. Must be sold:

Hudson '- = : ;j Frederick of Denmark has made come. Pleasant profitable workin I. at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citii -:,, Lost Olivien's: Sum Drug of money Stne .lui n4 n ttSI.l
: in
; neighborhood and decltfI
his zen.
i contribution to the United your
s-- Reward. if re4rroee]
Boy i Fleming.
I Nations relief work. The king your spare time. To arrangean I
: to Olivieri's Drug Stwir.
made graphophone records of four interview write or phone I Dining Room seating 77. Furnished dee2t.>ftglMw
I musical works, played: by the Mrs. Smedley. Avon Products j homes and apartments. 8
j royal chapel orchestra*uhder hisI Inc., c/o Gibson Hotel Key to 22 units. Paul Boysen. 626 readtR.gin
Lost Pair of blue w
I baton. West, Fla. dec27-6t.I Fleming Street, Box 303. Key'i :
v I'I'I blue case between Star C**
I The records will sold West dec27-6tx

GOOSE BAY r I I j publicly, but will be a prize in a HELP WANTED-MALE I and KressFinder to 1031 Virginia please St""' return

e; LABRADOR lottery, which is part of a great FOR SALE-STORE !\ der27.3euREPAIRSELECTRICAL
I Danish campaign for .the U. N. SALESMEN EQUIPMENT I!
I j International Tuberculosis Relief. NATIONALLY KNOWN LINE, .
+ King Frederick is known as an IMPORTED. DOMESTIC LACES I
Custard frozen malt machine. APPLIANCES
able musical conduc oi', and
ZJJEWFONOLANDYork. regularly conducts the royal LINENS. 10'. COMMISSION.I $300.00. Phone 808-R. ']
/ chapel or'hestrathough never: NANYANG 220 FIFTH AVE..I dec23-3t. Washers, irons vacuum ar/
I O'Brwnt. Ptee
publicly. NEW YORK. dec27-ltx fans repaired.
i t FOR SALE-POULTRY | 1164-M. de5f-et

Sell name plates for houses. 100 big, healthy broiler chicks,|
(Know America) -' I Write National Engravers, 212 $2.95 C.O.D. Our special selec-1 Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture

I 1776-Washington offers re- Summer Boston, Mass. tion, $3.95. H. & H. Pedigreed I or commercial. Phone 7M.decltf.
cruits a ten dollar bonus out of dec27-I tx Chicks Belmar. New Jersey.decll1827janl4t.
I his own pocket to remain in ; I

Atlantic Ocean I service after short enlistmentterm TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow I MOVING AND HAULING .

NOIlOIkeas,.. I over.1832Vice. President John C. ( America) FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES Furniture Moving .

Calhoun resigns to become a Marlene Dietrich screen star General Hauling
BERMUDA U. S. Senator. born in Berlin, 44 ago. !
I years t Notes (PromissaryK Ic each. Every Load Fully Insured
1 1873-Beginning of the Wo- Mark Woods president of i| Minimum five Artman Press, ISLAND CITY TRANSFFRI

man's or Praying Crusade against American Broadcasting born in i Citizen Bldg.. Phone 51 I Phone 166 E V Kinsman
I liquor dealers in Ohio under Louisville K. Y.. 47 years ago. dec27-u drc20-lll*
Mother Stewart. \ Louis Bromfield. famous novelist --- -

m I 1876-A joint resolution is ,. born-- in Mansfield. Ohio, 52 I II
mtioduced in Congress for a years ago.Cyrus I

(-1'1) Wirephoto Map constitutional amendment providing S. Eaton of Cleveland For QUALITY FLOORS IT
for national prohibition. noted banker-industrialist bornin ,

THE NAVY IS PLANNING TO SEND THE CARRIER SAIPAN I 1932-Radio Music Hall, New Nova Scotia, 65 years ago.

(drmboL dotted line) to a spot near the Greenland Ice Cap (A) York City opens.1941Height James C. Dunn Ambassador to! Inlaid Linoleum
niarooned. Rescue attempts I of Jap air activities Italy, born in Newark, N. J., 58
where II U. S. Air Force men are
directed from base at Goose Bay. Labrador (B). have not been in the Philippines. j years ago. Kentile
1943-Government takes over Oscar Levant composer pianist -
will, leave Norfolk. Va. base I '
wcceMful: thus Ur. The Saipan I
the railroads in face of threatened radio star born in Pittsburgh t
(Ct on five-day cruise to Greenland. Seven Air Force fliers I strike. 42 years ago. i Asphalt Tile

were left on the ice cap when their C-47 transport plane 1944-G e r man s make their Ewan Clague of the Dept. of I
ctMhed two weeks ago. Four others became stranded with !: maximum gains today in surprise Labor Washington, noted statIs- 1
the II in futile attempts to rescue them. I counter-attack in offensive on tician, born at Prescot. Wash, 52 New Colors and Patterns for Every Roomin {

Western front as Americans years ago. the House I
finally stop them.19UConfirmation. Rev. Edwin T. Dahlberg of I

control of the automobile. She Ii 0 f the Syracuse, N. Y., eminent Baptist I SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY

nee Causes Wreck drove over to the curb and into a Bretton Woods agreement signed clergyman, born at Fergus Falls FREE ESTIMATES *
by 28 nations putting the $9 Minn., 56 years ago. I gy -&Q
She taken to a hos-I
tree. was
HOC'H ESTER. N. Y.-A bee pital suffering from facial and being.billion international -band into The liquid leftover from I Key West Floor Covering Co.

East R 'ht."lOter, East : & in York be used in a white satire in PHONE MSI
t*:::p of ; & inches New may I 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Sluts
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.. By NlftA LESLIE GULEY I Winter Season TO TIIAT MAN .

The Citizen OHlc-51 rr '

Phones. Residence-629-XJ Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bern r ,. WITH BEARD

.. stein of Far Rockaway, N. Y, accompanied 1 ,
Warn mninnniiiiiiiiiiimmiiiimiiiuiiummuiiiiuuuiuiiiuiiiiuiiimui u w w uwumnu .u
by their young sons, By CYNTHIA LOWRY

,Society Editor Pays First Visit Jory and Roger have arrived td AP Now faurea Writer

I spend their seventh winter sea- I'I'I f As you know from other
: Of Season To Casa Marina Hotel
; son in Key West. .. years Fm certainly not a qkl

They are living at 1024 Duvalstreet who has everything. In fact fin
Much Impressed With Host HicksWhen '
I expect to remain for three'! one of the women who are NOTr

or four months, and welcom_ .$
I are Christmas problem children.I .
people speak of genial to their beds. Contrariwise: the II
I ing their many friends here. |I could be made happy U
hU. imagines a har- '
one usually staff a personable group were Ifr
: rasiwtl hotel owner with a professional alert and busy making everybody' Mr. Bernstein who is engaged a you'd send me a bunch of slavgla -
:- : sort of good-fellowship- more comfortable, if that were j I in the hand-painting and decorating -; earrings to replace the lad
welcoming smile that extends possible. business in New York City eared pieces I la. cote
... only to the depth of his skin; Mr. Hicks and his wife made I I states that he intends to spend j!r telephone booth" Aced ttoehing .

I**.! him off and you'll find an their first visit here last February -I, most oV the winter just loafing in that would cOhcr BUtcfe

exasperated, exasperating man and were so impressed with 1 the sun and enjoying himself. some good singles I have or
who wonders why on earth he things in general that they I Mrs. Bernstein expects to con- |I IAss I I DeW nylons that would gl r.sin *

ever went in the hotel business in promptly purchased the Casa I cern herself with social affairs to a both legs at the laDle times

the first place and plans to get Marina. I some extent while here, but also Fd adore to hare them. Santa -

tut of it as fast as humanly pos lIe is a retired railroad man. : to relax and enjoy the southern % 7 ,rt but HI even forego that U
whleNow. having first become associated : winter. I! you'll just bring two little item;.
your reporter has founda with railroads forty-six years I I Iif fact, if I can have just thesis

real, honest-to-goodness genial ago and now he is proud to say Margaret Curry. 1 two I promise nto to ask for a
hoist who furthermore means it, that the railroad has a 46-story : 1I single thing-next year even.

and also enjoys it, and whose building one story for each year, Student Nurse i I Santa, I want an electric haW
geniality is not skin-deep but says Mr. Hicks. \I driver and a thing they call a zipper

....s 'way down inside him. He also claims to have led a repair tool set U 1 have just
He is Leonard Hicks and he ,very outdoorish life, due to the Here For Holidays these two things 111 never need

owns" and operates the Casa Manna agreement made with Mrs. Hicks ] I' another thing. Between them,
Hotel here Last night in an shortly following their marriage, Miss Margaret Curry, daughter they can cope at least thaw
interview by the society editor this agreementbeing that in any I of Mr. and Mrs. C. Percy Curry, press agents claim they can cope
Mr. lucks set forth some of his difference of opinion between 321 Peacon lane. arrived in Key with just about every Mftl
plans and ideas for the future of them the one proving to be I West the past weekend for a visit I <;:P> Photo one of life's problems. Will, maybe

the hotel: they were all extremely wrong would immediately leave with her parent, grandparents. PAUL DOUGLAS.1 CARTER, 17-year-old soldier of Hatu Fd still need an alarm clot'.
interesting, and if carried out the premises and take a walk other relatives and friends duringthe I shows but that's all.
burg. Miss how he shot off his right index finger afterit
as I haven't slightest doubt they around the block. "I have donea holidays. Sure I go to the hairdressers
was bitten by a rattlesnake. He stepped on the reptile
l' will" be under the capable captainship great deal of walking around Miss Curry is a student nurse to have my hair done You miM-
: of Mr. Hicks, that hotel the block during my lifetime," at St Vincent Hospital in Jacksonville while hunting. 'Doctors finished the amputation. They did ed the point If I get a hairdryerI

ha a fine future. says Mr. Hicks. Many local residentswill not find any symptoms of snake poison remaining.LOUISA'S can dry dishes with it in a

.. The very atmosphere of the Your reporter last night was so remember her as a student _____ h __ _, ___ ___._ __ __ ______ flash. I can defrost windows" and
place was pleasant, bright cheerful interested in the Hickses and nurse at the Monroe County Hospital the refrigerator: heat fUhbuwb
and welcoming A radio was their plans for the future of the during the greater part ef in cold weather; blow dust out ul
II giving forty with Charlie McCarthy I hotel that she completely lost this 'f'ar. the radio and television set

and everybody wore that I sight of the original purpose of She will return to her training,, LETTERDear warm adhesive tape; Cuff that

happy indulgent expression of I the visit-to perhaps interview at St Vincent's Wednesday raccoon coat: solidify frostnf
people who have dined well and distinguished guests at the hotel morning cake; thaw frozen food: blond

are prepared to while away a I Louisa: foam off beer: warm cold feet
quiet hour or two before taking l Oh, well another time for that. and fin air qushions.
Millers Due i My parents want me to go to college and while I would You probably wonder Santa

i like to go. I don't want to teach school when finish I always bow you ever managed to got

Trenchfird Conniff Entertains To Arrive make good marks at school but I don't think that I would like along without a

teaching. Don't you think it would be more sensible for me yourself. You could fluff root

TodayArriving to go to a business college than to go to our state college? beard with it. tog goodnoa*
,. Croup Young People With SEVENTEEN Ala. sak*. and dry the reindeer ail-
today from Indianapolis -
Answer: er their baths.
Party And Dance Christmas Ind are Mr. and Mrs. Merle Then about the zipper repair
Night I think any intelligent girl is foolish, to give up a college education
H. Miller to spend the holidays
tool kit If I can only have rotating
if her parents are able and willing to send her. Collegedoesn't
Trcnehard Conniff, son of Mr., ser, Anne Yates Judy Trevor with Mrs. Miller's parents Mr I machet head tool with four
and Mrs J. Lancelot Lester" at completely educate you but it prepares you to educate
,. and Mrs. Emmett Conniff, gave a' Carol Carruthers. Fay Bervaldi yourself. prongs a tool meatier and a toutopener
their home on Division street. at .
r for the slider, there'
party and dance on Christmas Nancy Lane Caroline Gibbs
There how- ;
Mrs. Miller is the former are some people
.night for about forty of his young Shirley Papy, Nancy Billings I who have the i GATOR BOWL QUEE nothing I cant do because just
Ophelia Lester, and prior to her ever, never seen |
about everything nowadays zip
friends at the Casa Marina of Jean Navarro Caroline Strunk I I I
which Mr. Emmett Conniff is I Betty Kay Fairfield. Ellen Trev- marriage was the only woman at- inside of a college but who are ', ..- .- ,, -- '-- -- : in and out But mine seem to
: resident manager. | or, and Messrs, Robert Archer torney in Key West practicinglaw I highly educated. ,They nave accomplished -I slide open and it's horrible And
with her father and brother. : this reading, I psychiatrist said that the inception
The affair was held in the Lou Silberman. Leo Hicks, Hovey by my
patio of the hotel. Refreshmentswere I Harris, Fred Sher Charles Aux- Mr. Miller is a practicing attorney I studying and observation but I of my last breakdown
in the city of Indianapolis these people had dated from the minute I caught
served and music for I ier Ranny Adell Jack Langdon have ?, pore
where he and Mrs. Miller\ reside
ambition ance'thart that tweed skirt its
1 and imported in
: dancing furnished Sam Bill Clifton Jim Carl perserve
was by Faulconer,
friends of Mrs. Miller
The many -thta'erage of human- j own -whuh was quit an
: run japper
,Horn: and his Kobs. I Hilton Jr. Joe Forfeit Ben '
will be glad to welcome her
and in the minority The achievement.
The ity are ,
young people attendingthe Saunders Joe Lowe Billy AI-
and her husband during their twoweeks'
needs to : If just spread enough of
someone you
the Misses Merili average person
party were bury, Walter Beebe Andre Mum-
'f visit to this city. guide him and push'him along'the those two items around this year
Hilton. Inza-Nell Roman Nancy ford Ben Scnbner, Tom Swice-
'. Fitzgerald Cleora Roberts Elsie good John Stout Bill Busey and paths of learning. I I bet you could spend next winter
I Johnsons However getting a college in Florida. Is it a deal
Curry Diane Auxier Carla Bow- Bill Henry. -
t degree doesn't mean that one '

.. Special /1l1kfl/-S; rvc ;;--' -' Visiting must by thereafter teaching. earn Most their colleges living Sorrowing Chinese

offer business that
I a course can
Families Here
be had along with some of the
Last In Reporter Fails To
negan Night Synagogue Mr. and Mrs. Millard Johnson, academic courses and the student -
the benefit of
gets college
A record.breaking crowd attended ed by Sally Lewinsky, Sandra of Chicago, Ill., have arrived to while she is learning to be a sec Understand Jokes
with their fam-
spend some time
Rothstem and Rachelle Elias.
the Chanukah Program as cretary. Or one who is musicalcan
ilies here.
last B' Zion 1! There was the Dialogue by the major in music- and preparethemselves
presented night at nai They are both Key Westers By EDWARD R. SIMS
: Kindergarten class consisting of for concert or church
but have been living in Chicagofor
A Synagogue. The Citizens
: Rachelle Elias Sandra Rothstein, work. Washington
The program opened with the (I teachers, and Roberta Blatt, the past few years, where But don't turn the opportunity Correspondent
Mr. Johnson is engaged in busi-
t. Mariv Services by Rabbi Abraham Steven Cohen, Danny Appel of a college course if you have it
a Schwartz following which routh David Newbart, Judy Yel- ness. oifered to you WASHINGTON Presidonl
Millard Johnson is the son of
lin and Sharon Grossman students Truman recently held anotherof
the program chairman. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson and Dear Louisa his standard press confer
IVarlman called the assembly to Mrs. Johnson is the former Ma- ences. He announced he would
j Miss America and Judah Mac- My wife has the chance of a
tilda of Mr. and
Knight daughter
taller and gave the address of cabee were portrayed by Ra- good job but we have two !small soon send three messages to
welcome i I chelle Elias and Danny Appel- Mrs. Jeff Knight.Calendar. children and no good help. While Congress beginning with his

There was then the Hatikvoh routh, following which there wasa 1 make enough to get along and State of the Union speech on '
song by Mesdames Blanche Of have good prospects, 'we could Jan. S. Following that will be
by the assembly and Rabbi Schwartz. Rose Cohen and Stutz use some more money very separate messages on the economic

Schwartz gave the invocation. 1. and the singing of America by Coming Events easily. She feels that the children outlook and the regular

The lighting of the Chanukah the entire assembly. are too young to leave all -- annual budqet message.The .
candles *by the Hebrew school| Closing the program was an MONDAY, DECEMBER 27th- day with a cook. What do you } press conferences was another
pupils in the form of a choir took'1 address-delivered by Dr. Herman'K'Moore.'on.the Annual Christmas. Party Flor- think -3 Wirephoto routine. affair Untight

place followed by the reading subject "Reli- ida Temple No. 1, Ladies of HUSBAND Term. j I TONI GORIES (above). 18 shorter than usual Truman was
t yj;Mitchell Appelrouth of "What gious Education of Children." the Golden Eagle, at the Auswer: |. asked four times to oommehl on
u Chanukah" The Synagogue and Social Hall Hall Petroma street, 7:30 I shouldn't even consider leav- year-old high school senior, the spy hearings just as he had

Ira Joel Silberman and Robert (were beautifully decorated for p. m. ing my children to some disinter- : has been chosen queen of the been quizzed thoroubgry on that

Apptlrouth. then read "Who Was!' the occasion, and following the WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 29- ested person for a few additional fourth annual Gator Bowl subject before
Judah Maccabee and the Three | program a social hour was held Regular meeting, Navy Wives luxuries. Little children need a I Truman took a crack at Governor -
Flower" Girls sketch followed,I during which refreshments were Club No. 88, N.C.C.S. 2 p.m. mother's care and attention. She : football game between Clem- Dewey who had accused:

these flower girls being portray- 1 I served by the Ladies Auxiliary. Bingo party, sponsored by will watch out for their other son College and the University him of political daisy picking, by
Navy Wives Club No. 88. South needs as well as their physicalones of Missouri at Jackson- saving that the daisies were being -
-- -- -- Beach Restaurant 8 I' picked on the other side of
p.rn. and many a child's blightedlife I
ville, Fla. New Year's Day.Don't .
TUESDAY. JANUARY 4th- can be traced to the 'influence j the fence The exchance concerned -
I Many Social Events Taking Regular meeting, Key WestWoman's of some ignorant or carelessperson worry about that alli- various presidential appointments -

Club. 3:30 p. m. at who was in charge of gator biting her. It's stuffed. He said he still believed -

Place Locally During HolidaysKey Clubhouse on Duval street them. in federal control wf oil-

THURSDAY JANUARY 6th- Guiding your children in the f Movies rich tideland a stand whichis

West society had an exceedingly Christmas night dance:, one of Meeting Key West Garden right paths will mean much more HelpSymphony just the opposite of that taken

busy Christmas weekend I the most brilliant of the season Club. 8pm. Place of mett- to you in the years to come t by southern governors at Savan

and from all accounts will being the annual party sponsored nig to be announced later. than the few extra dollars you (i nah.
funtinue their festivities right I by the Junior Woman's Club earn now. Wait 'til they grow I There wasn't any real news to

over into the New Year for the' honoring college students home up and then get a job c< get apart ; I i be had at the conference: :(', but
number of affairs planned this for the holidays. Key Westers On time morning job when they PORTLAND. Ore.-i.l-*-Port- one reporter there pro ided a

week are legion I I There are a number of other start to school land's symphony orchestra left I: real human interest story.

There were innumerable pri- events planned for these students Noa LOUISA. ;,:1 the i Standing quittly and seriously
at recent and
stage a concert
A ate dinners cocktail parties and during their visit home and of Destroyer t i I i by himself was a Chinese reporter -
gatherings, in a great many cases I course older people's affairs will Address Your Letters to: I i I i went into the pit to supply ji j'I While his country wa
to welcome house guests and continue right through the entire (Metal i. Tae ('ittat.e "LOUISA". O. BOX 532. i I I i i musical background for a mOVie. being overrun bv the Red. he
GREAT LAKES, HI, Dec 27.- The audience loved it. The symphony tood stdry-('\'f'd und somber .,
; many families also have home winter. Orangeburg, S. C. i with them for the holidays their Planned for this week are Earl J. Linville, commissarvman. board said the same thing!I the U. S. President's:; jovial press

youngsters who have been away numerous beach and swimming second class USN, of 515 Petro- | would be done at other concerts conference Truman was: i..d.od

.it school parties, picnics dances and nia street: Elmer John Hamley The movie on the screen was a I I at one point if he could say anymore
: Jr., machinist mate second class Tivo Births In color film of scenes along the on the Chinese situation
Practically every organization parties and it will be a busy time
husband of Mrs. Betty Lou Ham 'Oregon coast The musical acI and appeals from Chinas leaders -
: 1n town had a Christmas Eve or"PenPal" I indeed for all of society locally. I I
ley 621 Olivia street and J. M. I Comity Hospital 'I i compamment was Iedelssohn's"Fingal's for aid but he refused to
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Dahlquist, boilerman, second ,i, Cave: The film was comment.
into romance They will be married class, husband of Mrs. Katherine I A daughter. weighing siv made with that in mind. The Chinese reporter probably"

-. Letters this month. Their romance Dahlquist 225-B. Poinciana all of pounds twelve ounces. was born Werner Janssen. conductor of I' knew his country's plight wasn't
l Key West are serving aboard the Ion I j Christmas morning at 6 :the orchestra decided several this country's fault or Truman
began when Rudy drew Monique's I I
"Lead To Altar destroyer USS Noa with the At !" o'clock in the Monroe County :, years ago that motion pictures fault but po&.blv the fault of
name for trans-Atlantic tantic Fleet. Hospital to Mr. and Mrs James carrying the theme of symphonic China's leaders. Whatever the

correspondence as part of a class The Noa recently: escorted the Russell, 2-G, Porter Place. I.t works C'Ouldwith good music I reason he was nevertheless noticeably -
SHARON Pa.-A "'pen-pal" project. Rudy invited her to visit presidential yacht USS Williams- on the sound track-spread appreciation serious when the jokes

correspondent between Rudy America she accepted and,after burg with President Harry S. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Toyo, Jr.. ofI for music. Several were being cracked You could
they met' their friendship Truman on board, to Dry Tortu- I Marathon announce the birth of such films were made. But here, not helD but feel for the lit-
Finamore, Sharon's high school into love. progressed gas. It also escorted the Williamsbjjrg i a daughter at 2 57 a. m. today in the sound track was silent and tle dark-eyed man wnoie

ituitent, and Monique Rose, 20aroJd with the First Lady 1 the Monroe County Hospital The( live music was synchronized with country was bung tom apart.
and-guests on board to Havana newcomer weighed six" pounds the breaking of the waves But there wasn't anvthiug anyone
French girl blossomed Mail! The Friends
j to Cuba. i 112 ounces. t against the rocks. could do for him.

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: Lobsterand 5: ,,: TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY IT and thr lad! I IUlt aa to wb.r* DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT: YOU S

Fish Dinner 5 : 718 DUVAL STREET: PHONE 1000 ., ............................................ ........ ........

: SPECIAL Come In and See>> K/iflV COOS :. Is EIctrical WE ::;tlRI ITIWE T I: ,;5 5 5 POOR OLD CRAIG ,, I

: ; Also' : : We Will Can For and Deliver :
Lobster WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station
: Newburgh : ; l'nECIOIIS."lllllfll -(rj tlniott. Human : ; >0,' Experience la Electrical Work ; --t .-
: OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9:03 : : J. H. BRADY; Manager PHONE 9134
: $1.50 ....1..............-...._-....................... .ll..CaLJ211: Duval Street : ; : Francis Street and Truman Avenu. .
; Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. :
i 5 ELECTRIC 701 DUVAL STREET s : Tires Tube -Baiterie Auto Acreorie, :
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Bur/i.S} HOME SUND Ry.s'ioRE' 5 .................. :5 S22 SIMONTON STREET : : "Your PURE OIL, a GASOLINE Dealer" .

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: Coffee : .; "Your Patronage Invited" PRITCHARD : RUSSELL'SDRY ; and Pressing : Have Your Car Repaintedfor ;
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: lee (.'real Proprietary Meilicipp, FUNERAL ; Free Pkk-Up Cad the HOLIDA YSEslSOiV :

: 117 Flaming SI. Tel. 793 : : Sick Iiooin Supplies School Supplio* [ i GOODS D.livery Serrica : : Body and Fender Retiring 'into Painting
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................... .............................. HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET ; : and WOMEtfMadetoMeasure : Complete Radiator AUTO Serrien AND ;: :

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: FURNITURE CO. : Easy and Blackstone Washers :1 BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL :: :..' and : 4 GLAMOROUS? ., I

: no DUVAL STREET : : Electromaster Ranges 5 ... .. LOPEZFuneral Get Set For Fall With The New ,
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: .NaUonaUr Adnrtbe4 : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : Ambulance ServiceTelephone : : Children's e S 4W, deb-u-curl ,
\: : Products : S (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) ; : 548 : : Service : Cold Wave Permanent : .

:. .Delawar.C..riA9 PluUc Floor :. ..u..RrmiC.KRATIO'i............... '.SALES... ...and.....SERVICE.............- :. Never Sleep .: :. Apparel Established 1885 : A soft natural-looking permanent ".

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Blinds 5 ..............5..55...55.55S.5...55.....5.55. Licensed FuneralDirectors $1 1I 0
: .Luft.4)e. AppUance. : .4.// you tne Glamour Gal
Radios : \ .. : and : : of the New Season I'

: .Mag_ aDd Mohawk :: \ E . .. : J. A. MYERS : :. Embalmers24I1our : .! ,...,... I. rtM""R'. T ;
: A..unsler Rugs : : "" IIAIN, aT1114" T"T.
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: MON. aDd SAT. \ PAINTING Contractor Now ,
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HOTPOI! T Stell's Beauty Nook .
: PHONE 137-1-R : Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. i j
Repn..utati.ea Scientific Beauty Culture :
> : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : : :
; : Washing Marliiiios for Immediate Delivery : : i j in All Branches : .
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FLORIDA EAST ................................................. i HOME APPLIANCE i : CONCII SHELLS : Soft Water Used Exclusively
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DR. COBO.SOFFICE ,. mere a n t 11 I. Landscaping Marl and Top SoilTOP : 4
; S bldgs. household by INSURING with 5 Frances Beauty Salon : ;

.: : nzM1JfQ STREET and per Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance. : : SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : : Frances Park. Owner :
onal Will
effects. MARL HAULED.SSXO for 4 YARDS SitsPtoAnYPartof St La CoDe_ HeW 1010 CRINNELL STREET: : :
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PHONE 124 :, ; MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, A 8 t. Phone 674 Marcy S. PalacioRear Beauty Culture in all lit Phases :
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the Ilee to the : B.&B. :: : : Marion's I'linnr 1311
GOLF COURSE 1 an naming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 :, : Open Daily and Sunday, : : Sales : :: E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon :

: : Cushman Motor\ Scooters : : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : : :
: IEBVIKQ 5 Appraisals : w :

:, Sale and Service Immediate Delivery :, : COMPLETE Dinners f Lease .I
Alto A la Carte and Sandwiches Rental : We Are Now In Our .s

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: TARS PJDEAWAYQ ; ..........e........5.5.....5................. Improved and Vacant : D AVir'" Locution
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: COLl'LlMD : r Cu hmm Motor Scooter :
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!\ : money you s.r. o rr otk.r : : and ALL .OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; REALTOR :
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wNLKEY WEST JEWELRY : O Ite,t Irhik.81111 <:.ol,Ie-l Jeer I in TouuWhen School Supplies :
: e Packaged Good4 ; 512 MARGARET STREET :
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You Co : : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET : ;

II 5 Food Shopping PLUMBING :. :. Moving, Raising or Shoring Houses, Garages, : the New Ownership and Maaagemeat : .

: Un Sure to Get : I I : Boats or What Hare You : : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN :

I J INSURED CONTRACTOR BONDED and LICENSED : Distinctive Gifts; For All Occasion; ,

: FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : : and Tastes In A 'If'iile Price Range<< ;

cIIot UMt 6 Installation :. ..rAll Work Guaranteed --wa. : : Corner Whitehead and Caroline Streets Ph ... lift ;

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r .Repair .Sewage : !IIF" USE YOUR CREDIT .... SMen's : CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET S
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: 1 Prompt .ReliableREASONABLE Ladies'and Children's Wear Socializing: in Spanish food & Short Order' ; I
Maul PUaudMg : : : : Curtain Drapery Couch Coven Bedspreads : : DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquette.. Crnwfiafc ;
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707 Whitehead St. Near Cor. Angela St. Phon. 1512 e WE ARE
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l Air StationIn tr.... l "IIL.1. "-."':...' '.-" ..,'WP .____---_...,..:. ,: u" :: "''!:!r.t ... .... _........ II When did Congress first 000 fifteen-year amertittfltf 2M, an .........
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Bermuda) .,. : .. ,,;;.... '':' I in the U. S'Approximately securing the onlyrot t n "r- .w (1.+.a ...... ,1.1 ....
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t". ", how
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WWhaw, J Hamilton. Canton "J' )' businesses are there in the United tic Transportation Co. I II al.ll! if Ulfl\ND

%**H. tarn II C Mm. J 0. I'o ey of t' .. States I I I 'The CtxninMMon has ...a pn j I AMOUCAMmdCtflAM
.., .. 4 What is the "Bay Psalm vided other C'f>n< tO rlm
.11| *%.>.. .***e4. Key West is Book?" conduct of the

MMtAc e& tie Naval Air Station r. 5. Are there more men or women further "tlt'j< 'j ... .Try A ...... T.Mt ,

lkeell+d.,1fanrh. of marriageable age: in the tional. Comnutinent. to INMKT Mr
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6. What diseases be de-
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hw ninth lrar u<* HUe i I
S m- 7 Whal is the farm population -
tava VSrj1alL Tlairsing St.tton-' -,' ; of the U. S.* : ( t It t It

8. What does it cost our pub-I'
JTIle I 1 t
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lie schools to teach one pupil I
Weather one year' <
h N ai 9 What is the leading cause i
or death m this country? ,
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10. What state.has the largest
K.9 w.'It'mtt| ) : Partly' I $ xicint'"** of foreign born? t
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4 eil .<.+..>.i. m the aea 'hnIUCI' 4 i'
,....... I't'aY In ,SnrtYl'. nne/u. The Answers
.... wittt.l dinunuINlR tonight .e.

a III 7Mtst.v '1. Nov. 17, 1800 I "
FtwM. fWtry rtnMdv thrcxtghntn 2. The Metropolitan Life Insurance j

T.. i*.ns>.r.. Company, by total assets .M f
Igav4liwrl e rM ttiw I's.Mflif4WMIseww :. I fto
latlav.M.I. 3. About 3650000. :

alvIIk ............ the Florto I ,. .. ., ,, __ .... 1 I 4. The first book printed m In r
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,lli $Wta: Ma.irrMe fret-hM English North America 11U.40.. H

.......... .... wiadd o\ff thetod (;P> Wirephoto | 5. About 3,400,000 more men..
.... 6. Arthritis, tubcrcu
1.irld.Mal -.c V. cancer /
HERE IS A STRIKING AIR VIEW OF THE C-47 which cracked two weeks p
d.t'HI Y.1irg( adYd. he nIll* Jl"ntlcti .j' up ago on the Greenland Ice Cap and stranded its losis or infantile paralysis.
i.irim. >r tafttgM and Tuci crew of seven men. Near the tail of the plane are the crude igloos and other makeshift shelters built by the original seven airmen 7. About 26,000,000.

: r..... |o Modrratrly strong and four others marooned in rescue attempts. The square patch is the canvas roof on a shelter dug into the ice to escape 8. An average of 10485.
to twt wind over the mile-an-hour. sub-zero winds which have lashed the air men much of the time and impeded attempts at rescue. This first 9. Heart disease.

wdPi .......... twcomiAC. moderate I It picture of the scene was made by Associated Press Staff Photo grapher Peter J. Carroll .from a C-47 which dropped supplies to 10. New York, 21 per cent
trwfc. tr tom, .fct Small Craft i, the marooned men.

I WaWriryl tdrrMed. from MlOImi11III1111 i iKe _. ._ FOR HOME
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............4.4t q..+until.y Partly with portion a cloudy few to- i I Firemen Answer I I Race Unity Seen For, Hawaii Falls In Water, I ForYourCOUGH COMMERCIAL USE

I Two Fire AlarmsThe I t Creomulsion relieves bccautc
r.. ass Mndrrale. to fresh I HONOLULU-IP-A( ) university sociologist foresees\ the day Taken To Hospital I it goes right to the scat of the trouble IT. Arm f'rr/MfW To furmUk I MI *'**JsCtd'.r

liyelliM Ie.... tt today Club .! .when Hawaii the melting pot of the Pacific, will have no racial to help loosen and expel germ lades W- Clnl'i r Ml SHUN HE:
Pressing at *
moder- groups. There will be no Caucasians, phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
ipun.irng to ac-Mie! to Japanese, Chines:, Filipinos, John Kline, 77, who fell
and Petronia into heal raw, tender
fa? tom.4Km Paitlv cloudy streets caught fire : or Koreans the groups that now compose the Islands' inflamed bronchial
........ t .,iwgh Tuesday I I I at 10:50: a m. today. City firemen : >one of the most heterogenous in1we *-- population the water at the foot of Simonton mucous to sell membranes.bottle Tell of your druggist Inc.
i street this you a Creomuisioc Thompson Enterprises,
t RKTDHTftar: I|I were called and firemen from No. world }I.I afternoon was takento with the understanding you must Ilk \

*-. n la D.T 27 I94S I 13 station, used a fire extinguisher In an address, Dr. Andrew II j i HantUcapped Monroe County Hospital this !i the way it quickly allays the cough
l |teb.etvall.e taken at City Office to put out the blaze. There was 'I Lind, of the University of Hawaii I j ji afternoon suffering from shock' or you are to have your money back (ICE: : UI1'ISIU1)
SiM .-IIL. BsT) said there and submersion. He was taken to I I CREOMULSION PHONE NO. I 14B'1 WlilL NK.
Temperatures I I little fire loss.Firemen (:i is already evidence of I j| Flint Did you ever win an the hospital in a Lopez Funeral '!

i4tg4w.t. 72 answered a call at a building"growing a single tendency people."towards i|' argument with your wife? Home Ambulance.. I Coughs.Chest Colds Bronchitis

I_ halt 68 3911 Eagle avenue at 7 p m i. The time is not far off," he .I Stone-Yes, once.. It was years I

)Ieea 7o I' Sunday when brush caught afire. remarked "when it will not onlv ago.Flint SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZENrvvvvvvv.vvVY.vvnvv..vr I i ., .. ., -- -
h.mw4. 70 I I There 'be impossible to maintain racial What about' :.. -1...'. Y'; "- r 0(. .- -- -- --j'j'I
hcipitatloe was no damage. :: distinctions but will be desirable Stone I do remember very 1 I I ..'1'. .-.. .. .' :- ". ... .. .

T.44. Wt 24 ....... T. in*.I TODAVSAIMSIAEKSARIKS : to use a different basis for dassiI distinctly that we were laying STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEF'I '. .,-J- l..f; l '
) T.... Meta monthtfrfM 2.92' ins. 1 fication" Even now he said it carpet and her mouth was full of TRIUMPH 4
tM tMMtUlt I.M ins. i is becoming increasingly more carpet" tackS at the time I i t
*._I th. year 49.04 int." (Know America : inacurate to refer to separate COFFEE -- I tI
tlda.ess. lobs yet r 11.09 ins..Istly. 1767-Nicolas I racial groups. merited have intermarried more MILL I
Roosevelt, New
.. Humidityfcttfvm. i Estimates of the territorial than any other group; Japanese -St
York r
inventor-engineer, associated board of health gave the follow- and Caucasians the least
""4 with Fulton in the invention ing breakdown of Hawaii's 525.- All GrocrnOverZSMOPuirs
au-.r and introduction of the steam- 477 population on July 1. 1947: I I J4AAa aA AAAAA a A A U.AAAi I
(.IM 1>T.11. 1:30 am.MJI Uwt born in New York. Died Caucasian 32.9 per cent; Japanese TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture 'r ': "
t ... July 30, 1854. Moving General 1 .
insv t 2 4 32.?; part-Hawaiian, 12.8: Hauling 1ii -
?.......'. Almanac 1798-(150) years ago) William Filipino, 10.3; Chinese, 58; Every Load Fully Inf'!T .
f4we/4 att 1:10: am. W. Corcoran Washington D. C. Hawaiian 2; others, 3.5. But ISLAND Cm TKAIVSI __ ; -
.._4 .- 5:48: p.m. banker, donor of famous art current calculations, Dr. Lmd Phone 1 I
gallery, born 1E6> 521 Southard SI sh
in Georgetown. D.
M.tart.s SM: .I points out indicate that more ..
24. 1888.
a./ '.U than half of Hawaii's population
1829-Hmton R. Helper authorof within the next half century

TIDESOVMI an anti-slavery book more will be mixed This is because of I
talked about at the time than >
KM** an increase in inter-racial mar h tt !tt
.. "Uncle Tom's Cabin. dreamer of
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a railroad through North and )()() ; -wear
..Itt..tS Timri Twenty-five years ago only Low South America born' in North about 14 per cent of Hawaii's ,/.T ..1ill"'psly Air J
Carolina. Died Mar. 8, 1909. of
1..a.m.Ie" were between .,
p.... 1:29: p.m. 1341-Aithur II Clark, master- of p .rarps..Joday .intermarriages f-Vir' I A t tII
mariner, historian, writer Of equal about 39 per : | Ti iir<..'FU1US200U hrtfn
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA ship history books, born in [ I : I'ti\l 2O Years
Providence, R. I. Died July 5, I 29s" i
(4tMysite t tat-: Key West) 1922. corns
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Tim of H.iflhtcf
1889-Irving( ) J. Fox, famouNew (U.S.Tax $3.00 Additional) iI
Ban Sun GlassesBausch
a..u.TWe :high water ; Ray I
.... I York furrier whose unusual -1
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led}'ing\ of putty around windows and REASONABLE IlUUlllo 1 for RESERVATIONS I Full Inttlle area /.'/!.>." .-./..
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CHILDRENTropical ; KEY WEST Hotel hotel
I I or Your Dealer or From Us 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st A.....
Aftalaa. Jale.ale' 229 NE. Ut Ave.

: Trader +I 123 t'esiila DUVAL. ..STREET.r ".... Robert F. Riley, Inc. 80 Elevator Rooms 100 Elevator Rooms 80 Rooms KEY WEST GAS CO.

711 Dwval Street I 1100 W. FLAGLER Solarium Heated Elevator
writ for .
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