The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 28, 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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rtt.4" of the stranded men. Greenland.The food to a Negro as a Christmas gift. A spokesman said $364 in food baskets were distributed: to I States ....... he rattled __4IL4. .

The Saipan had been scheduled -I flash about the rescue did needy persons. white and Negro! indiscriminately A member of the group dress I The we.. toil al...,

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fee had. encountered high winds intended to use helicopters to 4 WestersOn ARCH at the premier's headquarters.One 4I cliffrrwm wMAi M.. Wr.tIuwvra I
.n4 heavy seas and probably make the rescue. Key \ DIMES CENTERIS guard protested against the bait Hwrt Mw ..U* i. .. .
wwW not reach her destination During the time the men were supposed soldier's entering the hi4<"RC aid lliiUfc imly Mt ." t
t..purc Thursday on the ice they had been abun- Submarine building declaring that he was
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Meanwhile the plane that was dantly supplied with food cloth- ANNOUNCED TODAY not in the army but another "
wrnatna' its way from Alaska had ing and fuel.Tuesday. guard, after closely questioningthe ,| war.

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WARREN FLOAT NEARLY <.'...I.I ..The Citizen I j I He walked up and down the 'I I th-t it .. .. ade.Map ftuiltr.tMt

CHEAT LAKES 111... 1Jf'(. 23.:; i i: Shoeshiiic Boy 1| To lie In Charge: ., hallway building.till the The premier"soldier"enteredthe then' I lie 'a.Mls h.l.n..n II r.
-Ivan D. Kelly Jr., topcdoman'smate i i
iI Overall Manager advanced, held out one hand, as ; I United Shat. .... __ t .

READY I I ) FOR INAUGURALWill Mrs.,Evaline first class D. Kelly USN husband 833 Olivia of 1 I!,I:! Takes OfficeAs I+i i i lallmvay: Announces O then though fired to greet five the bullets premier into and his 1,I 'a'M i that ........, they ..... n to f. Irrgic f fI

street; Samuel David Glenn, en- i I iMy W ewI Ilse Iir4i.e. i' '
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IUOn .Display. : gineman, second class husband of Prosecutor Opening l of the Monroe county later.body. a I : Berlin w to eer.e to err ..... .
Mrs. Beth Grace Glenn, 184-F 1
1 March meal ...... lie .d! > .
It will be "manned" bya of Dimes headquarters at The assa &ian then tried to Las..ty
llrrr 'llmrMhi. Or Poinciana; John H. Mossman, I ,.....,.... !i' (N I ,
) bevy of beautiful Key West chief quartermaster husband of .r .no. 514 Southard street, today was shoot himself but was seized by cul'ft'MJ't.. .

Trifle lliair: For girls:: who attend the Universityof Mrs. Mildred Mossman, 515 BALDWIN Mich.-A former announced by Campaign Chair- two guards before he had a [ they we apiaries a.t (iii.. .,
) ; Florida. The costumes for the Whitehead street, and Donald shoeshine boy is now prosecuting -!i I I i man Jimmie Calloway. chance to use the remaining: bullet I ccmnuni.8s. |hi Ib ........ i'..

(;..t nor-Klrc. ....ITfcr girls are (,now being designedand Herbert Hewctt, electrician's .'. attorney of this Lake 1 I I Miss Letitia Sullivan former in the revolver.about his for I i I of Btrtm to try to IMMsi II.
will be ready in time for the reason
husband of Mrs.
Kt'v West float which will inaugural parade.It mate Mary, Alice third class Ilewctt, t'OO Southard county seat, takinq office as of office secretary of the Key West shooting the premier the assassin I poputot i.... .,..... .v. fin I ....

....*-. in the inaugural parade l was also announced today] street, all of Key West! are S<<'rv- Jan.. 1. .l Chamber of Commerce has I said that he and his comrades in awes. &Hi'KH to wIMp ltfn >. .
it't Ihlr. W-ff" tai's, .bftomN ,ijjrjTvacj' Van Yrenwm.j5 head I ingaboard" th'c"'USS'>ubmarine lie 13 Percy Langstrr, a ffcsror coluntecred:her'ivices as office in the -MoJem Brotherhood had I Wlrtphwlo1) intro a. . ....rose next Tuesday will 1 be onJasjhjr I of .the? Sturgis Posture Chair I Amberjack, which recently re- the first of his *race to take the of the I been disgusted over the weak- I the Wtytent ....... e.... ,,r: .
manager campaign headquarters ness of the premier in prosecuting the United IMe4n.i .
in Duval strtrt Trursdaywr Company of Sturgis Michigan' turned from North Atlantic wa- oath of office CLUTCHING A DOLL belonging
rrW. .jr .f tbi week. I I, who lives in Key West four or I ters where it participated in fleet in the United and will be on duty the war in Palestine against i Other, folio ere ..?,r.
to one of her three children.Mrs.
"tfce rivet well do Key West five months a year had donated I tactical exercises. States as a duly elected: prosecutor there daily throughout the Janu- I the Jews. I' I start wave .-... ailat. 1 1l'res.leM
|..r.>...." said Allen n. Clcarc. Jr., a chair for Fuller Warren. I Kelly entered the naval service according to the records of ary campaign. Marjorie G. MeUjer 23. adds.. M .ee..r i +".rtnea
of Lomita. Calif kits in police fill. Fuller Warren com- The chair was delivered yes- .in August: 15, 1937 and receivedus the American Bar Association. |i| Meanwhile called
i..iH..F m MMWIP County. terday in Ta Ilaha".sccsaid recruit training at the naval The 58->-car,old Langstcr won on Temperatures 0 I I headquarters at San Diego
"TW float will leave here, in Cleare today. "It is in red leather training
his distinction last Nov. 2 by committee to-intensify their efforts At 7.30 A.M. EST I I Train Wrecks
ofvmurder in the
tM to be in Tallahassee on (Continued On,, Page Six). Glenn entered the naval scrv- bludg'
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'tram"t' f .Saa Diego, 1,138 to 986 votes.It tack as many prospective con- Station- Temp.. i mother. Sgt Russell Orrasby Three-Slory House
I'AHIiYIS l WELCOME: : ; PARDONED I SON Mossman enlisted September was perhaps inevitablethat tributors as possible before the Atlanta 37 : saht"*htr'slaying weapon nifty '
end of 1910. deductions I 36 '
Charity Augusta
22, 1932 and was trained at Newport his campaign should have hare been .a battered and
H. I.Hewctt from this year's income tax re- Billings 21 I PHILADKLmiA. Pa A It
entered the service been marked by some anti-Ne turns may be made if contributions I Birmingham 36 1 bloody condensed milk' can I IfWt Railroad fmoM train .
made before Dec. 31. Bismark 3 found near the woman a body. I filed
January 15, 1343 and trained in gro sentiment. The Negro at- are I rvmttly a4
chose orerloDk While the advanced gifts committee Boston 30 i uaaTYIMfd 1ne-e/.y I..... .
San Diego. : torney to ; mostof 1
AF + I will seek to make personal Buffalo ::0: Stanford And Truck ut two of Mw rx. "
it. But he answered one report contact with all business housesin Charleston 40 1 the truck. bwctM Mrt.. .. .
Keep Christmas i that Negroes would; "run the city many of them may be I Chicago 22 I I shaped wales and ..*....I I
...ii : wild" in Lake county if he missed. Corpus Christi 67 jllcrr I ServingOn the side of the.tiimr. THr.
were elected with effective The county campaign chairman ; Denver 23 1 the .........'. *>**. cv .(
\ Lights On Late i scorn. urged those persons to send their j I j Detroit 23 i (lien. the first thaw to th. .'
p : There is advanced El Paso H Cubcrnj Four .
; no more reason to gifts to campaign per oe IIVMNI lit.' >I.

Entrants in the Christmas believe" he said "that Negroeswill headquarters. Checks or money Ft. Worth S2 i .. .. .. awake Itwwtun. as,....
Lighting Contest being currently run wild when I am prose- orders may be made to "The'i Galveston 63 .p.T. 1111. hart struts the city TM- ..
4 r '0k conducted by the Junior Cham- cutor than to say that White per- March of Dimes." I",I Jacksonville 47 j GREAT LAKES III. ()('t'. 2K hurt and two Mtflercd ...." i a
!Paul Albert Herr machinist'sI I II
,mss ber of Commerce were asked to- sons ran wild during the adminis- A report on advanced gifts Kansas City 33 they fledSoviet
i' mate, third class husband uf
day to keep their lights on until tration of Mr. Cooper (his prede- collections will be forthcoming'the '' KEY WEST 69 I --- ---
10:30: o'clock at night so that the cessor). The law treats all per- end of this week, Calloway :I I Key West Airport 66 t Mrs. Dora M. Herr 545-E West
I judges may xe all of them. sons alike and law violators !said but warned that unless collections -1: Los Angeles 37 I Poinciana an-) Jack Stanford cn- : (Cotton:
Louisville 30 Rineman. first class, hu.b* rH of
among my race will be prose- increase heavily the re-I I -
cuted as quickly a# White vIola- port will be for from encouraging. Meridian _. 4G j Mrs. Esther Stanford 55-F. Wet I Moves North
I both of West,
mountain Water tors. Miami 62 Poinciana Key arc i
I serving on the USS submarine
Minneapolis 27I
Y I II .
I I I Ii I Cubrea, which recently returned IMUM'iA 'M Th. ..
i! Seeps s To Plains i YOUTH'S WITHERED{ LEGS AMPUTATED i I I Memphis New Orleans 5s 41: from tactical maneuvers in the m.nh .eI Swm n.-.. tf t-i

.. ------.0 I New York 23: ) North Atlantic. I ibeau. ......
SALTILLO. Puerto Hico-'iT>- Norfolk 22 t Herr entered the naval service I Dwina Ube wry o.n-,.
The storing of water in the br' I I Ii II Oklahoma City 49I |I Nov. 22, 13(2.: :! and was trained *t truetuan ....... .... ru.I ..-. .
I mountains of Puerto Rico for the I Omaha 33 Norfolk. Vi.Stanford i. work which trod .... do.... I
generation of hydro electric tr I I Pensacola 4&I joined l th- n.iw: May ti'wiM. .ar.MOm1.M t M tIM '

power has resulted in a slow !r I Pittsburgh: :HI 'I 27. 1912. iin'i w h ti..initl ..t (;, ''IC d la M. .irt.' ., ,

I underground movement of water I Roanoke 21I Lal..l.I .-:'. r..rthft s.ek M Uv t'HSM
i to the plains below so that it has I St. Louis 3-1 I --- .- It " ..einra .bars .I'I
L j now become possible to sink San Antonio 63 I ted The Amtrttmm hap..' K
LUlf j t wells for the irrigation of the .i I San Francisco 44 II{ Palace TheaterI mww.l" thaw .i.....% IK-l
< > Wirephoto,1 sugar cane on the south side of Seattle 3;;' .1k1-t.\n' ,.... Ml tt><
Joan Fontaine and Louis Jordan .
the island. t Tallahassee 42 I, I'ki.ow. ;Oil'.n, l'
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CLARENCE: DOGGIE: (center). pardoned from Washington state Tampa 51 \ntI .nd uw.i in 11.
I prtscn alter serving 13 years for a murder he says he did not I i rI I Washm ton 2fJI t I ;NKNUJN< I .'w.' t.? ..aptwl. aroma'I
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and Mrs. E. L.
c*.nnut poses happily with his parents. I .
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e....... after reaching their home in Lebanon. Ore Saturday. I ,
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NOW OPENThe 411 ....._1.. ".. _. ..- ----- ro I 1 formula for your drink tell I ;i FEATURING
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I ((11') Wirephoto I i *ANNETTE JENSEN. Mistress el stags 6ew 111.eesa I
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MIAMI-KEY WEST CURTIS BALLENGER. 21. son of a miner chats with Nurse I *ANNETTE COETTE. "Miss Body Be.Mtrf.r ft* M* Mews
BARGE LINE. Inc. Mary Martin in happy anticipation just before surgeons amp I Her Dancing.

CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS I: utated his withered legs in a hospital at Birmingham. Ala. He I I *M.C. STAN BARRETT the Youngest r.-... to A.-
TELEPHONE: 6 was crippled by an attack of infantile paralysis at the age of Ii I A Real Clown.
Available for New Year's Eve
Reservations 11 months. Now, ha is looking forward to walking with artificial -
Barge Leaves: Miami *MADEMOISELLE SYLVIA MALLEAV. MM MM'l1Air ....
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bottoms available at "competitiverates. ir.I.
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...: r. IMMe ." way down into my'sleep and Izzy the bootblack fare me the pen that 4Wn'I \ to eI .

............. It that Congress in pacing the pulled handfuls of red hot coals usual cheery greeting the lobbyof I let It day r\IM w a "t srs
seems .. .
the building where my office stop ptd .. .. ...
.: Marshall Plan legislation, insisted that up out through the top of my is located and I gave him my loot at toeki.gpapers tt.. ..a

____ 1.'. head. I opened my eyes and then shoes with my feet in them one The Mss one I a* was a
-_ .Ii fifty per cent of all supplies! should move closed them quickly before my at a tune, and a bright shiny check on a New' Yee% hat ftWM

-; i.......,. NITR.M. in American ships whenever practical. eyeballs could pop and go rpll- two-bit Then floor.1 took At tht the sand made dollar out, and t* a aMaaf e tar a fcr tam

... .. ........... ing across the floor 'of'my bed- elevator up my
M This has been taken by shipowners t door of my office I stopped stuck I Foe. The other pane? wfs a. Ita-

,... .tit Ni that the Administrator has no I room. For perhaps three or four my key m the lock and then Hushed note to. me a*mr sla-
qi. .. &M.'" ,.....t.... mean option years I lay there under the sheets stopped again. My office door was tionery > that read;
_' ...... a.... .ul .. but the direction.included() phrases "as waiting for blessed death to takeit unlocked; something I make very

M4 M :::.:!.i.-':.. rrt.. far in ,practical' and to the extent all away. But the fates were. sure it isn't every time leave iL Dear )II''. Bass.:
M .. MMd ... I _1. a .. as. unkind and I went on living. I bave wafted awt r..* firs.
awe." aN 1.tuN 11el... American!}eeJs. "are available at market 1c I Somehow I got out of bed and the two seconds I stood thereI not arrived el** twit.** _

iti.._. ._sr.....set.stLti.......... K..-t.eal,-K.. prices" W7 I got into the bathroom to brush IN decided that the charwomanhad little affair yeMeri.y'
1 my teeth and follow it with halfa slipped for once. Then I took you It U | ..*
The Administrator points out that it dozen glasses of- cold waterWay my key out turned the knob and plained I need yew M*>M> ea
way behind all the ringing pushed open the door. I closed that most tmairtmmt matbt I
costs as much as $4.50 per ton of coal addi- I bell in my head I rernember4meeting the door took two steps, and do more M U dr. ta i .uyoi

tional to ship in U. S. flag vessels as com- Dot and Sam at the really stoped short. Sitting in my W. check M the tocimag pep.mcnt .
Stork. By mutual silent agree- desk chair and staring<< straight at ( bc @f ?-- t* .......
MEAYER @ 7949i pared with those in foreign flag vessels.To l ment none of us said a word me was Pretty Boy Rene DeFoe. me at once H %

such rate would mean'to reduce I about the screwy cocktail party. For a second( I couldn't get the
pay a II I Instead the four of us grimly words out"How The letter e4.4 that TM
the amount of money available for assistance concentrated on forgetting it did you get In here!" 11. the writing of t*. MM* 4
Hoffman with fun and fizz. I said goodnightto they finally came with a rush. but there wa a wary IM* 4 Ml
this Mr.
; to Europe and says Paula at her apartment door He didn't answer. He didnt down the rest of fee ikvrt. !

was hardly intended by the Act. about five. But I couldn't remem- move. He didn't even blink He diagonally dew my *..* bfcrtaw.. .
ber coming to my place. I must just sat stiff, staring at me. And From there liter* w.. an .lf
.N cr..TCMrjrT$ ron KEY WEST Shipping interests were quick to protest 1 have though, because there I was. then I got a good look at that scratch on my polielnd dust. m

ADVOCATED MY THE: CITOTM the threat of the Economic Adminis- And with all the hangovers in the stare. I went ice cold all over the rear edge. Of world rolled into one and stuffed and my skin crawled in leaps andbounds. then the wire had circled. .hand .'
trator. Glenville Mellon, of the U. S. Maritime inside my one and only poor My stomach tied itself in been twMted ....... JIIoo

1 Mare ..... and AaiU ..... Commission said that such action head! knots and the breakfast I had tt"I. a sic
keeefc aad Bethinc Pavilion.ft. Turning on the shower and had didn't want to stand for that dire
An.-LM. and would reduce this country to a "second- stripping was more or less auto sort of thing. I walked slowly roe when you (.,..... aand p naa
rate maritime power" without a "prayer of matic. In back of my thoughts forward like I was barefoot and particularly Riot. fine oaal
I. .saestldatis Cauara4 about last night was somethingelse. the rug was made of broken glasa. wire said peat da..n I .laaj4
CItp 0I.1o.>teir.tI T meeting military shipping needs if an- On December 22. 1620. our Pilgrim Fathers landed at But I couldn't pin it downin At the front edge of my desk I a chance: from tfc* very Arel av

I ft. 0MMMMH7 Auditorium.MONOGRAPH other develops." Plymouth Rock. my scrambled brains and takea stopped.It slant to the I***. Nut Ui bwMt, l'*.
war In November 1948-328 later-the first of displaced look. It came though,when the was no crazy dream and no done It, and seen M deer MM!
The background of the controversy years group needle points of icy water hit me. poor taste gag, either. Rene De- strictly under war ronditMNw ef
persons admitted under the DP Act of 1948 arrived in To be sure, to be sure! I had a Foe was as dead as you can get I
d 'W'I Includes the undoubted facts; that ship con this country. I business appointment with a guy on this planet Well, there .he was in mv lash

struction costs are higher in the United The displaced persons have received a warm welcome at ten o'clock. But then I also ; There were some paper on my chair. A very .*... *red a*..
I :\ : remembered who the guy was 'desk blotter in front of him butI who had wanted .. (MTHMM a
I States than in some foreign countries and coast to coast. That. welcome, however, is somewhat lim-\\ and what I had done to him. SoI didn't give them any attention client of mine. ...... Me -...*

... : that operating expenses are also larger ited. For the Act which admits some of Europe's finished my shower, toweled :at first. I stepped around the aide da rbe had considered. asnothinf.
seta two whooU concerning frankly discriminatory along racial lines and unwieldy in ad- myself nice and rosy put my of the desk, and it was then I I looked M the\
because of higher wages to seamen and of ministration. pajamas on again, and crawled saw how'he had been made dead. again and was timMX to ....

.. eb/li.. I.... OWUrr* that the penwncoward the necessity for compliance with Ameri- President back into bed! He had been garroted with a it up. I didn't Instead I tamed ..
Truman and of
many senators representatives At ten-fifteen I came out of it length of fine steel wire. The wire quickly as my office doer .......
lll-a AISIMw_ .hNN. ...rH. .M a not can safety regulations.To both major parties the American Federation of Labor the the second time and was most was sunk deep into his neck, What I UW was even more 1IIoart-

.bT..z Ills a.wore ta fare the trials of meet this handicap the Govern- Congress of Industrial Organizations and the leading religious happy to note and feel. that I twisted over a couple of timesat ling than what. I'd arm when I
well on the way toward becoming the back and the two ends came into the -. Ten IMBM
have criticized the bias in the law Jews wellas was
.: t.ANr tfc'. wtHe-r .proclaim that any ment of the United States has instituted; a groups against as a new man. In fact I feltso drawn down taut and fastened to more startling I geese. ae* M
abed ..... death at his own hands against many nationality groups, and have decried the good I even toyed with the the bottom of the chair seat. That the man who came inside. was
Jewr policy of subsidizing the construction of mortgaging clause which curtails the general flow of immi-- idea of climbing on the wagon way he couldn't fall forward, or none other than LI.*.......' Fi*.k

b arwg+aatw I MI the highest degree. ships and in addition has allowed a liberal gration for many years to come. Senators Saltonstall and for a couple of weeks or so. My to either side. He could only sit Bitrman, of HonMi4!
decision by the time I was there stiff, and staring out of dead (Ta be caUaa.4j
TilE ORACLE mail subsidy in connection with the McGrath Representatives Walter and Celler and several other -

members of announced would introduce
Congress they
operation of the vessels.; The of
purpose amendments which would remove all the discriminations in LEGALS

the two forms of financial aid is to per- the DP ACT of 1948.

HARVESTS OF TOMORROW mit American ships to operate on some- Only if this is done, will our welcome to the DPs be genuinely STAMPS IN THE NEWSAn \\ TIIR nun IT .RUN? ..r ..

thing of a parity with the other shippingof warm, genuinely Christian truly American. KI.KI THK i:\Tii_.TITe.Y JIIMIML r/. INSor R

Y.r re/tlse t* r*. up in a plane, fearing the world.It --._----- ----_._- ----- -- (A) Newsfetiux by SXD. {KRONISH iAMI ron WeNN: tot -
l\ "H." .:.".
wrk ta rick 8ft a crowded highway may be questioned whether the <..- %.. ..-....

.M1t a heibMfay .....-en. fearing a collision, United States Government expends too Schacht Tried And Tried To accommodate users of airmail, the U. S. Post Office Department ELZ.\f\U JAM.'iLaur.. ... .

... Nan filet wilts an accident in your much money in the form of construction will issue 4-cent air mail postal cards starting Ian. IIRNRT... JIMKN. ml....

..... HH T* person are killed in and operating subsidies for the benefits; secured By TOM REEDY. AP Newsfcaiuiet Writer 10. 1949. The new card pictured above will be of the regular mmrn!>OKTO ....PS...N/1/'atlS.

mssp fill a ,*.r than lose their lives on I from its; merchant marine. It is also BERLIN-For almost a half century. Dr. Hjalmar Schacht postal card size with the new 4 cent stamp arranged horizontally : slam ttmtu

.. .. couldn't stay out of banks. Now he can't stay out of courts. It**>4_*r* ! obvious that in neither of .. .
our recent be- li U h r'"r ,Nacre kit
The high-collared bellicose banker is in a fair way to J.MmI 1--1;; :
..lI fc. cartful of diet and 1. as ilk.
your wars has the United States possessed sufficient coming the most-tried man in history. The Stuttgart deNazifi- "f J.._r.,.. =: ........r ,.. .....
9a.r ...... /.a .*Hfljr sufficient sleep, and Pv U..J;atzdv. ..altI.4 **,. .. 1NrN.I -.4rtM .vet
shipping to meet the needs of war- cation Ministry says it will try him again as" a major Nazi .of- ******.* >- >. I*. ......
M/rlir hu,$ may f o hack on you at any fare. fender". He was Hitler's minister of economics and president! acaaii.- & ,caJtsoceno., us ..MI M -- ...d I... C." i R..e1.Yatr.a
r-- .. t....e, .........4 .. ...
....... of the Reichsbank. He was convicted once and sentenced to wt/rt tfcl' .4. 4141S.
Readers wonder the
why Gov- : :
may t .: :
A German court set that aside. The min- H tN .a. a r
flrlllaJT HVW..**. former under secreIlrrd eight years. appeal { A.>l. .AlePOSTAL. CAN OJ ,..Nas.rl/ee: ......
ernment thinks it necessary; to expend such istry of de-Nazification appealed from the appeal and has the Wt4aa. .... ............ *..><..
ata4., rh-ri m* afternoon went for I considerable amounts in order to enable under the de-Naziiication law to I ......L. Jr. mm flm. W ifc.
a man as
keep trying
I power II I ..... .... act MMl .... ..f'.M
..4fc In .MB field. near hU home at Oxen privately owned corporations to operate long as it doesn't't like the de-'.r Peers ill CNf .f K.t R.*

M,, $I..vh.l t. anti wan utritken with a merchant ships. Certainly they will be cision. tH/ 7/t..1. rjJ um Mtoy oof-I c .sal:. n, .rMi ifcM ace
Theo. HalL chief of the TODAY'S (!<.al I> .... ssRtKN.
ht111t, aMa.h lover a brook. lie was unconMltlb I.I.I .. .. .
inclined to believe that the Government "'loch .. ... .
A i de Naiif ication I7mll.lI .
m er c a n ANNIVERSARIESKnow
I p ZtJ& 4l1J s1.'sr.. ...., n ....
> tshsle food, and his clothing was in granting the subsidies should keep avery branch for military government -' It, (MAw ,. !_. ,..
.Mm the U. S. official I ( America) : !!...., ..*
to .HU..
.!ijt: condition i iA reported to : close watch on the operational expenses says PAIL R .".?...
...111L I position is that it is playing 1 1789-Catharine Maria Sedg- ./ $........a Vim' ........S
and profits of the ships owned by hands off in the Schacht ate wick, a most popular author her 4v*.!.*. .' !...

".... w* afcttuJd net bear in mind the companies which are heavily subsi affair. Nevertheless Charles !:I day, born in Stockbridge. Mass.
,..... .. ....
__wlIr..t .... i N but "burnt thread" dized. M. LaFollette. U. S. military j 1 Died in Boston, July 31, 1867. in the upper right corner. The stamps will be printed red on ...... .- Mi.IR ......N

governnor at Stuttgart hailed I 1789-Thomas Ewing, Ohio a cream colored card. ..... Ise 1.11
JIll .. ...... relize
that we are not here I II senator of the l\ I Neat MW551 i I' rtftJIIM.
secretary treasury Collectors desiring first day cancellations may submit an b RaNegi '*Mf
IaMIM frwe't'er. aa many person' seemingly So many people talk about what is under Harrison and Tyler bornin order to the Postmaster Washington 13. D. C.. for not more than TTK: nr 1'Lt >.. ,% r<*.>

tillbsk .. .... They talk of the to F Ft Ohio County Va. Died Oct. 5 cards the full and addressfor NIIII.I. .
years wrong with the country that careless '. postal .plainly indicating name r. .ih. Nalei. d

stttltllr. am llRh they were assured of liv- listeners are apt to overlook so many 26,1822-William 1871. B. Taliaferro I each card. __The new card will NOT be enclosed unaddress- KI'MI XIW AMN....n-,.-..

Mw. la ace tfc.. corning of tha eu 111 outside:; wrappers.- :::; f" Ins" "' ..... .. ... ... ...
e years.We things that are right. Virginia lawyer, Confederate These I II S.t". I. . .
M new cards will be available -.r: : : ;
.*4 .NHie. .f lekure I in our modern e, general born in Gloucester at post offices throughout I.I hands. Their national flags are' .... Na Ii..ah.//r/a mt tan Me MN ta. /".: .' .a

I.. County. Va. Died there, Feb. in the background. ..... WI Al... dl..e.-d ,tha. ... ...
+ Aa nile the Jan. i
NLUaty. a nobody retires from country starting 1949. I
LOWER TAXES FOR BUSINESS? 27. 1898. I (Nrwe ........a rw '... ".
-rr*.as tNtdil. he. .k. 'incapacitated. In them 1856-Woodrow Wilson, lawyer or as soon thereafter as distribution sad Casa ... e$. .r" .
will permit. Argentina has issued a special .... 4-. r .... M.N..Sd N I .4t'
pw. Mr4. ** work and nave to reach that Earl Bunting managing director of : professor, president of I 70 centavos large green stamp in ..Rs. ,.... .( ....t-.. ,
'' Univ. of New .-.-..... ... ,Ilse ..t .of ,.
.Ih wh.. .M i they can retire from business the National Association of Manufacturers 'Princeton governor With an eye to American pocketbooks honor of the Fourth Convention I..*. l..r .mmt- <.< .,j .' 4M.1
Jersey, 28th and World War I 'i j ..
I of Pan-American Mapmaken ( 4.e..a. r K." .naM. '
saes ..... a few left 'I Yemen has issued two in .,. .:
years in which Va. m r4f..a w ttMw
to born Staunton
pur- wants a "thorough overhauling" of president i i Buenos Aires this Pictured j .
I special stamps honoring "The year. j ..... ... .t1. 11.. ... f '
see *..... ..... ta life wholesome i Federal the Died Feb. 3. 1924.1859Frank j vs a map of South America with Iorr Hs.
recrea tax that American
of the admission
so commemoration
W. Taussig notedI tae. ..,......... N AM .
-. IhM. they ...j&j 5'. The British also! hold its and make of Yemen to the United Nations."i Argentina emphasized. On the ..... .,rl..c ,.. _at. .
economy can own I I Harvard political economist born !1 far above which ..
globe 4
right is a PANwm w Alhwt *
......... SM< .. The 12 bogshas brown and black ..
M great extent as the people progress. : in St. Louis. Died Nov. ;1, 1940.I I is a mapmakers compass. j 4. tl 1 .Iii M. a I
lit .... Ftir N..t t their ; I 1877 Thomas P. Henry, longtime is for regular postage. The 12 bog- : *
keep eyes on the time The newspaper dispatch which we : ( shas blue and violet is for air- ,N_ .. Iuaaa ...--
t-f.eet they leaseto retire but in the president of the American ;i The 15 lire brown Donizetti .......... .5.-11. _. iii. ..
United read does the full of Mr. Bunt- I
not text
give I
inI .
i Automobile Association, born issued 55 "Ht: INIMT 450' Wires
stamp : by Italy recently !
i1Mb.s ..r &fil I&n. I JI ....... WasN"' i .n 1/-.
except in few Died 8
I Miss. Sept. ,
a ing's remarks and consequently, we haveno Brookhaven, has been overprinted green fur Mlles rMeMI

"1t-a 1 I fc. t* pile dollar upon dollar till idea about his proposals in regard to 1945. use *n Trieste The initial I J. r r....:t..5Jr .. .
.pS Parr/ a/sm --
w-. ...... HJALMAR SCHACHTthe "A.M.G. F.T.T. mean Allied .
away twr bites in increasing our Federal taxes. Our guess, however, is I tar Government. Free l..s.e4 e.n, .a*!-4 t

/1llalll. .. that he would lighten the taxes on busi German ministry's decision I Some ChecksFirst of Trieste. Ylti.1 j T.I.AN. r.jjll-n m.4 tw-..;.'.'.:
/trio. "* t'.tr.4. -
iflla.l.. r w. to retry the as a ..
.. should remember that I Comedian The former Amin Kat.
ness. good thing. He said it showed i considerable UGS13 has issued a .. ,_ .... __It ..r .. .h .... .
MWU.f meh are Kaiser seems to of .. . .. .
we dedicated
may take in trying Certainly, no sensible person would German determination "to new stamps to 5.45(1.5 4 r* trr4 !> p.late. "
.. Pc,..". tr Mvea, life is out" Nazi taint. I funds at disposal. YFNpr their Boy and Girl Scout oifani-J .. ... s5.5. .
so fragile a object to any proposal to lighten Federal stamp J Second Comedian Well you I* rllkrr f > -, h*% ..
zalioru The M .. .. _. .
4 J.h
Me11it .N
K fc. I -
Wk.4y to pass away at any time. taxation provided.the expenditures of the Schacht is out of jail for the must remember that he received kopeck green' ..... .. J (....... .'".,. eLiNs.
ffc. I Ut aMir+e to adhere first time since 1944. The banker big checks on the bank of the ear", -.-..e ,.._ ...
to is to live to- Federal Government be I shows a group' .
can greatly reduced. I mail. Both depict President Tru- 'nr t. .M 1'.s.t
i .
411. tar Mat is the now in his seventies still pos- Marne. model alr .... ...... Y1Mii. e. a. ... .
only time in which we With European relief rearmament, sesses the mental and physical' man conversing with Sais-al 'v, In ifc. <...nnt ....._ ..1a.4 .
lla MMN. ....U\... RHMh we vigor that carried him to the top: fendant. At Nurenburg. in the Islam Abdullah Chief Delegate I of boys flying K.. M.' ... .......... 15'14. .u'
hope of the
may payments to veterans and interest on the of Yemen -a planes The 45k', .mtrmmmr' ii.Bilt.. ,v._ iIt. .
MtM' r, ....orro... of the financial world of Europe i trial of the "big 31," Schacht won to the U.N. In the bark- I i nth /.......,.... ..f ...,. + -
r. public debt taking billions of dollars every many years ago. He is the man i an acquittal. As soon as he ground is a portrait of the! late i It'd picture. iarto .1 ........4 .a.+" .
: President Franklin D. Roosevelt '!"+ a boy and girl .rtl".... .... ..... .,.... u. .. .
year, "it is difficult to see where any who pulled Germany out-of her moved to Stuttgart the Germans ,........-. 1111 -t ..,t' .....
T* .fc.# 4 re.*t of the time keep is be located.As unbelievable financial chaos in grabbed him and he was in jail saluting The ..I .... .......... .... ...... ...
de""R fca. ta you economy to the early 1920's and Hitler's logi-' for trial as a Nazi. Ceylon will issue four-special 45 k violet illustrates 1. 4) ill ......, t.. ... .., ,
( again ;
aparmpk n. .., .
-.t 1
long as the segment of American cal choice for his cabinet in 1933. Schacht has maintained the stamps to commemorate thc.frrJt 80 a I.a.a ..' n.... ....... &or". ...
r .- life which some speakers refer to as "bus- Schacht says he stopped play. most bristling kind of defense.He anniversary of its independence group of boys, KMM K..W
....... .. .
;; A Cwt Hitler's in" :It Feb. 4, 1949. The 5 cents Bnd-25 'and girls marching on a beach. )| AP I..ratris | i -.'
front U an organization iness" receives ing game 1938 is said he was anti-Nazi usually .. ,.. .
benefits from the -.M is '
Govern- '
.rsS..l .r captured armaments then. Soon it* was shouted it. His fierce tem cents will bear portraits of Prime ;, The 60 k blue depicts a boy blow-j: i."a.rdtin. act I I...... .
by the Communists to ment and protection from ing a bugle. The 1 ruble steel rr. ......_.1
aggres- true he shut off more funds for per cuts loose at will with a Minister D. S. Senaayake. The : .... .
.... :.r. I-Yi.4.1 I Isln
Party work In special field. The sors it is not out of place to expect "bus- out as president of the Reichs fine disregard of whom it is 4 cents and 15 cents will picturethe 1 blue portrays a group of boys and I .'hr' roo, t.., .".

.. ..V...,iMH..n U Communism' iness" to bank. Walter Funk took it over aimed at. Lion Flag, Ceylon's, national girls around a campfire. I I II .1. : :. ... I .
great share of the
w....... ta. this country pay some tax and now is serving life as a The Germans don't particularly emblem. I Now that King George's illness I I
today and
tea takes Corporations which by interpretation I war criminal.In like Schacht but they don't quite ( has resulted in a cancellation of

phlf.s R never could go otherwise of the Supreme Court are "persons," 1944, the Nazi security police -I understand how he can continueto "Stamps Magazine" reports i!. his planned trip to Australia and Tour Crept BELLS! The Mao

MMMHT p*...f.... who would never willingly should naturally the burdens that took Schacht into tow as be going on trial all the time. that Czechoslovakia has issued a New Zealand early in 1949, it appears -I STAR *

1< M I I'.r.r a HI''". It is assume ; politically unreliable and threw To them if an unneccessary stir- special 3 koruna stamp to com- that the special Royal. Visit BRNDCOFFEE
usually found fall to other classes! of persons in this him into Flossenburg concentra- ring up of past issues. It also is a memorate the fifth anniversaryof stamps which were to be issued AMERICAN

1 i $ist a......., groups devoted to idealistic! country. One of the burdens is the pay- tion camp. He was liberated by little baffling to them as they see the Alliance Treaty with So- will have to be cancelled or set and CUBAN

.. ment of taxes American troops only to go into their own neighborhood Nazis viet Russia. A Czech and a So- aside unless other arrangements -Try A F0a.4 T.LT.e

'. .. the jug again as a war crimes de- back in the neighborhood. wi*>t worker.. are pictured shaking alter the situation. ___




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HOW THE HEADLINES TODAY IN HISTORY a aumaauumnnalmlunlmumlmnmmnnnalnmmmunmlmllmmm mmnnmmunlmumarumulaannCLASSIFIED!

(Know America)

1783-Cincinnati first settled SI

FROM DAY TO DAY by 1790-First Israel Ludlow. ,

census gives coun- 2
try's population as not quite four j .1

TOLD STORY OF 1948 million with Virginia the most I Information for the Advertisers ..
1 populous and Pennsylvania next. I 'E
RATES |is 3c a word and the .
; **J. 2 East battles freak ice'I N.1810 J Seth Boydcn of Newark' !I _"' Regular TypeAdvertisements harge for the first 15 wordsor To insure publication, copy
n. :- weather; snow, sleet, rain and patents historic first machine ; under this less is 45c
.totm rare from Iowa to New,England.Jan foTfc making wrouglit-iron ; ; head 'wril be inserted in The must be in the office before 11 H '

'6-United Automobile Workers and United Electrical, Ra-1 nails. ,- : I Citizen! at the rate of 2c a word PAYMENTPayment for Classified ad- tion.o'clock on the day' ,of .j>u licaII'||

din. and Machine Workers say they seek new round of wage in- 1835 "CJen.. Alexander R. for each insertion, but theminimuu vcrtisemerrts .is invariably in OFFICE s|

crcas.. I! Thompson massacred. by Seminole = charge for the first "advance, but regular ad; vert is2rs Business office in The Citi5
Jan.. President Truman asks Congress for $40 cost-of-living i Indians, in' Florida-opening # ,13 words .or''less is :30c. with ledger accounts mayS zen Building, corner Greene =

credit per person to be deducted from income tax payments. I up the Sejrfinole War. ; ; Black Face Type a v e their advertisements. and Ann Streets. Door to the =

Jan. II-Russian Army paperIn j 1846-rfowa. admitted to State- The rate for blackface type chargedimiiiiiwiiniiiimiiiimiiiiimiiiimunmuiiiiiiiiiuiiiii. right on entering building. Hillllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllimiiiiniliimiiimmiiimimi g_

Berlin hints Reds may try to ident of Czechoslovakia for |I hood 29th State. dlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIJHlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJI!! IIIIJIIJII / !{ I ,"S
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pueh Americans and British out "health" reasons 11 1869-First chewing gum patent -I
I issued*to William F. Sempleof ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error in advert .
of city. June 9 Israel and Arab
1 fag transient
Ohio or contract. The Citizen
will be responsible only for the first insertion In CLASSIFIED I
Jan 12 Truman asks states to four-week 4 ADVERTISING
Congressfor agree cease- and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for
: 1890-Battle of Wounded Knee, only the actual amount of space occupied by
$39,669,000,000 appropriation fire truce. S. D., ending the last cf the In- the part of the advertisement where the error occurs.
for 1949! fiscal ..
year June dian Wars: Nelson A. -- .
Experimental Air Gen. Miles --------- ----- --------- .
Jan 21-State Department re- Force has defeats the''Sioux FOR RENTSTORESLarge FOR SALE-HOTELS --
plane flown "much FOR
\rals seized Nazi papers showingagreement I : _
faster than the speed of sound 1917--Government takes over
between Reds and times," W. I' the railroads World War I. store, 218 Simonton 35x60. Small hotel in downtown
Nazi in 1939 to divide Europe many says Secretary Key: Two-wheel luggage trailer, 4x6
between them. Stuart Symington. I 1936-Beginmng of the historic Phone 682, ask forHy West, Fla, contains 8 large,I body, $50. Phone 423-J

Jan 22 British Foreign Secret June 17-San Diego to New I tdown,....strike in the Fisher dec2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two i r dec27-3tx
York airliner crashes near Mt. Body CdtPlant in Cleveland. apartments. All in perfect
atY Ernest Bevin urges westernEurope I
to consolidateagainst Carmel Pa., kills 43 including .1941-Birthday of the Sea- FOR RENTAPARTMENTSFurnished condition. Large lot and good, 25' house trailer, 1948 Spartanette.

Russia's eastern bloc. Theatrical Producer Earl Carroll. bees. V'.-.- money maker. Must dispose j i I Sleeps 4, twin beds, electric refrigerator -

Jan. 24-France devalues the June 20-Western Allies intro- 1942..J"aps: in savage attackon 2-room apartment): on account of health. Box 532,!I and water heater.
franc. duce new German currency to re- American-British in New Utilities furnished. $25.00 week- Key West, Florida. >!!i Like new. Must sell immediately -
Reichsmark. Guinea.- ly. Sea Isle Apartments 915 decl-tf i
Jan. 30-Mohandas K. Gandhi place I Make offer. A. L.
June 19-House 1944 Continued at- Windsor Lane. decl-tf I
India's "Man of Peace," assassinated passes stop-gap savage Magro, 10-B Seaplane Base.
draft bill. tacks of the U. S. Third Army FOR SALE-BOATS AND I dec28-5tx

Feb. 2 House passes G.O.P. tax June 20-Congress passes $6- slows down big German offensiveinto Apartments. Electric kitchen. MARINE MOTORS I

reduction bill to cut individual 030,710,228 foreign aid appropria- Belgium. Per day or season.; 909 Eliza- I FOR SALE-USED CARS
ation bill. 1945 Truman assures Con- beth Gray
income tax levies 10 to 30 Street. dec6-tf i marine engines and service.C. .
cent.! per- June 24-Reds stop all rail traf- gress atom bomb secret will be R. Smith, opposite Firestone j i j i 1941 Plymouth convertible club

b. fic between western- zones and kept here. Furnished 3 Station, :Marathon. decl-Imo I I I
.F 4-Prices drop on major 1997 Truman apartment. rooms and coupe radio heater five practically -
flays Republi-
Berlin their land
commodities. Economists say inflation completing anti-inflation bill. bath. Maid and janitor serv- new tires. Best offer
may be over. i blockade.. can-sponsored ices, linens and utilities furnished New 16' sport utility launch.II over $700.00. 1124 Seminary

Feb; 9-Soviets:say U. S., Brit- June 24-Republicans nominated Coral Hotel Apartments Completely equipped. 4cylinder Street, Phone 1193-M,
ain'pnd.France made World War Thomas E. Dewey for President Your HoroscopeTUESDAY opposite Post Office. Gray engine. Ideal fishing i I I dec27-2tx

II':possible by financing Hitler's dec7-21t boat. Gomez Marine
June 26-U. S. mobilizes air-
w Industry. DECEMBER 28 Palm Avenue. Service'j' 1936 Oldsmobile Special Coupe.

;'F b.i la-John A. Costello power supplies throughout into land-locked Europe to Berlin car-- 1948-This is an affectionate 1 bedroom apartment, private 1 Good tires, good condition. $400.

elected'premier" Eire. ry sympathetic nature which will be bath. Seasonal or yearly. No Marine single cylinder diesel engine .i I 705 Windsor Lane. dec28-5tx
'yep.25Czechoslovakia Reds } deserving of a much better re- children or pets. 1328 White suitable for commercial
June 28-Communist Informa- .
seiie- power; President Benes, "to Tito for"hateful" ward that it is likely to receive. Street. dec28-tf fishing boat. English construe-' FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSBundles
Bureau denounces
avoid chaos" gives Communist tion I There is a concentration and tion. Very fine condition. Only!I

Premier Gottwald permission to toward USSR.and "slanderous" policy whole heartedness of spirit that FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS $115. Dave's Shell Service,I)| of old newspapers at 1--
I goes far to offset some of the deficiencies Box 1912, Opa-Locka, Fla. i
Palestine | ent each bundle. Inquire at
July 8-War in re-
of the character, and I II Overseas Hotel, low rates. Cof- dec276t''i! The Citizen
I nov20-tf
sumes Israel to ex-
again: agrees
help in the struggle for success fee shop, bar. decl-lmo 1
tend truce but Arabs refuse.
which will b
ultimately e FOR
July 9 Eisenhower makes I achieved. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS FURNITURE SALE-HOUSEHOLD Good design in your letterhead, ; "
"final and complete" refusal to AND ROOMS I APPLIANCES business card or, outside sign #. '" )
accept Democratic Presidential enhances the of
Inside-lining is an English t prestige your
nomination.July Maple twin beds box springs innerspring business. Bring art design
slang word for food. The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming your -
mattresses chest.
Democrats nominate and decorating problemsto
Street has an efficiency apt Brand new 34x84 jalousie door.
Harry S. Truman for President France urge U. N. Security Counci the Marshall Studio on Tele-
and several
sleeping rooms vacant Brand new gas range for apart-
July 15-Gen. John J. Pershingdies. graph Lane. dec28jan4
laction on Soviet blockade of ;
Low weekly or monthly ment or trailer. Cot and mat- .
rates. dec7-tf tress. Cheap. 1328 White.
July 15-U. N. Security Coun- Oct. Cleveland Indians de- One Dayton electric water
install a Communist-type govern- pump
I dec!7-tfI!
ment. cil orders Israel and Arab feat Boston Red Sox 8-3, in un- FOR RENT-ROOMS with motor and tank, complete -
Mar. 6-Six western powers League states to stop fighting. precedented playoff for American I One kerosene oil range,
July 16-U. S. Steel grants Bedroom suite kitchen set washing
League Pennant. like new. One double-barrel
call London talks on Germany; Rooms and light: housekeeping
average 13 cent wage increase to I' Oct. Truman revealed to machine. sewing machine, I shotgun 12 gauge. Apply 1028
agree to internationalize Ruhr. rooms $5 to $15 per week. 411 couch. All in condition.
170000 workers. have 'withdrawn plans to send Virginia Street. dec23-3tx
Mar 10-Czech Foreign Minis- i William Street. nov27-26tx
906 I
Apply Street
July 16 Durocher resign3 froit Georgia
\r-r Jan Masaryk1 kills Self-frfleap Chief Justice Vinson on "
Brooklvn Dodgers to manage j dec27 3tx
from windo ,..,Communist'3 say. Moscow" FOR RENT-HOUSES I FOR SALE-STORE
New York Giants Mel Ott resigns -
Mar. 13-Seven governors of ; Otc. 11-Indians win World Se- EQUIPMENT
as Giant manager; Burt ries by,beating Boston Braves in Simmons' davenport. Kitchen
states in "Solid.South" say they I Two-bedroom house. furmohed
will oppose Truman in: November Shotton appointed Brooklyn man- 6th game, 4 to 3. Just redecorated inside. Excellent -! set.. .' 12x16 rug Phone .1067-J'! 65 cubic foot Reach-In porcelain
because of his "anti-s te6' rights" I alter, Ben Chapman replaced as Oct. l Truman orders na- location. Season only. ; dec28-51x t :. GE. refrigerator $450.00. Can

stand on civil -liberties j:' Philadelphia Phillies manager. tion's military reserves immedi- Phone 667-J. dec23-tf t be seen at Poinciana DrugStore
Mar. 15-Representatives'of 16 Eddie Sawyer eventually named. ately.brought up to strength.Oct. ) Used baby furniture: Crib, play or call 707. dcc23-3t
European nations open talks, itt July }7t-Rebelhous Southern J. 22-Third U. N. cease-fire SITUATION WANTEDI I I pen basket bathinette. Call
Paris pn Marshall Plan aid pro- Democrats nominate Gov. order in Palestine war takes effect BABY SITTER 893-R. dec28-3tx I REPAIRS-RADIOS
Strom Thurmond of South Caro- I

gram...Mar. Truman demands uni- lina for President.. Oct. 25-Russia vetoes compromise Reliable competent babysitter, G.E. electric range. Chcao 1328 1 Radio repairs while-U-wa.t Low
versal'military training and tem- July 20-U S. Steel announces solution by U.' N. Security Days evenings. Please Phone White Street dcc28-tf standard prices by catalog. 14
9.6 increaSe
cent in price
pOt ry. draft to stem threatened Council on Berlin. 798. dec23-4tx I years radio experience in manufacturing -
Communist control of all Eu- ished Steel products. Oct. '28-Stalin charges leaders Good, modern rattan chair and I plants. 1116 WhIte-

rote July 24-Andre Marie becomes of western powers pursue policy HELP WANTEDFEMALEBegin cushion $15.00. Electric heat head Street nov3028txMISCELLANEOUS
Premier of France after cabinetof "
-.Mar 19-U. S. asks U. N. Security toward "unleashing a new war. er perfect condition, half-price,
Robert Schuman is over Communists! the New Year with
Council to suspend action Oct. 30-Chinese an in-I{ $9.00. Three-burner and oven
on partition of Palestine. I thrown. take Mukden to control all Manchuria -! come. Pleasant profitable workin gas stove good condition, for
liar 20-Western Allies urge July 26-Truman asks special I I your neighborhood and in $10. 918. Windsor Lane. Picture framing, pictures framed
return of Trieste to Italy. I session of Congress for action on Nov. 2-Truman upsets forecasters your spare time. To arrangean I dec28-ltx I I and matted. DiNegro's, 614
'- Mer 25-House GOP' inflation civil rights, housing. _with election to Prcsi-i interview write or phone : Francis. Phone 1197-M -
$4,800000,000 tax reduction bill'I Aug. 2-Envoys of U. S., Brit- dency over Dewey; House and: Mrs. Smedley. Avon Products FOR SALE-HOUSES I dec4-23tx
am. France open series of talks Inc., c/o Gibson Hotel, Key
sends it to Truman. Senate:go Democratic. I j II! AND. LOTS
on Berlin problem with Stalin in West, Fla. dcc27-6t I
Apr 1-Reds bar U. S. and Brit Nov.7Charles de Gaulle'sReunion i LOST
ish military trains from Berlin, Kremlin. of French People wins! 'j Two furnished houses, desirable
without "inspection." I Aug. 7-Extra session of Con leading position with Advisory Experienced maid. El Rancho I location. Write owner. Box! Black Mexican wallet containing
gross ends without action on major Council of the Motel 830 Truman Avenue. 'I valuable identification cards.
Apr. Congress quickly over- Republic.Nov. I XY, c/o .Citizen dec22-10tx
rides Truman's veto of tax redaction :I Truman. 12-Mrs.recommendations.Aug. Oksana Steps. 8-Rep. J Parnell Thomas dec28-2t I I Mary Francis Sands, 706 White
bill chairman of Hour Committee FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE Street. Reward. dcc27-2tx
Russian school
nova Kasenkina, REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate I
Un-American Activities, indicted
on Ii
Apr.John 3-Federal L. Lewis injunction to instruct orders. t: I teacher, leaps from window ol f on charges of conspiracy : i I Dining Room seating 77 Furnished Lost; Sum of money between

.hiA, striking soft coal miners to:)! Soviet consulate in outside New Soviet York: to defraud the government. j j service. domestic or I I homes and apartments. 8 : Olivieri's Drug Store and 923
to hospital 1 commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration :
to work. Nov. 10 Martial law pro- t I to 22 units. Paul Boysen 626 Fleming. Reward, if returned
return- Apr.' 9 Wave of rioting" jurisdiction. claimed in Nanking and Shanghai -i Service Phone 724-W.J i i Fleming Street. Box 303, Key; to Olivieri's Drug Store.
16 Babe Ruth dies aftei
fWccps Bogota, Colombia.. during lingering Aug -illness as' Communists drive on Su- i dec28-6tx I j West. | dec27-6txI i I| dcc27-2t

:inectmg of 21 nations at Inter- I 20-U. S orders expulsion chow. j I[i j I IIi I
American Conference. Aug Nov 12 Ilidcki Tojo wartime| STORAGE Lot for sale 50x100. At 3711 Lost: Pair of blue reading glasses
of Soviet Consul General fox '
.' Apr. 12-Leyvis orders miners I premier of Japan sentenced to Ii Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor I I Flagler. Call 1576-R. I in blue case, between Star Cafe
back to work. 4r4 hang I commercial. Phone 798. dec23-3tx I and Kress. Finder please rc-

Apr. 18-Christian Democrats f t a Nov. 14 Princes Elizabeth decl-tf i I turn to 1031 Virginia Street
defeat Communists in critical! gives birth to son in BuckinghamPalace. FOR SALE-PROMISSARY j i dec27-2tx

. : Italian election. MOVING AND HAULING NOTES
Apr. 21-Walter P. Rcuther. I Nov. 16-U. N. Security Council !I Black pocketbook containing val-

president of United Automobile orders Israel and Arab Statesto Furniture Moving Notes (Promissary). Ic each J i uable papers and keys. Keep

'. Workers union, wounded. I negotiate armistice in Pales- General Hauling Minimum five. Artman Frees,'I I monev. Return to B ulah De-

Apr. 30-Arabs and Jews open tine.Nov. Everv Load Fully Insured {I I Citizen Bldg.. Phone 51.dec27tf mcntt Columbia Laundry.
26 Truman authorizes 1 dec23-Itx
large scale "Battle of Jerusalem: ISLAND CITY TRANSFFR i ;
May 11-Senate and house ap- I ECA to use full $5,300.000.000 in Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman
appropriation for 70group'Air twelvemonths instead of 15 a.3 dec20-l ltx BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES REPAIRS-ELECTRICAL
prove I
Force "abusing his position" in Kasen authorized by Congress.Nov. APPLIANCES

May 15-British give up Pales- kina case. 30-Berlin's Communists GARDEN AND LAWN Books Books Books I
tine mandate, new state of Israelis Aug. 25--Moscow announce:s set up separate "government" of SUPPLIES I Art Supplies Art SuppliesI ; Washers irons. vacuums and
closing of consulates in America city, boycotting general elections. I Bookshop, Cor. Simonton & Eaton,I I fans repaired. O'BrlanPhone
; asks U. S. consulate to clos 100-lb. sack of I tues-thurs-sat-lmox X 1164-M. dec27-6t
Russia. Special price on 1 -- -
Bloom-Aid fertilizer.
Aug. 27-Charles Evans Hughe:3 8btlmtaunh dec28-tf i
dies at 86. it

Sept. 3Dr. Eduard Benes die: WANTED TO BUY t For QUALITY FLOORS, It"si
in Czechoslovakia

Sept. Schuman forms new Bottled gas stove for boat use. Inlaid Linoleum
French cabinet after Marie falls dec28-3tx i
Call 892-M. I
4 I Iis
a Sept. 9-After Schuman cabinet

I falls in third French govern, Kentile
mental crisis in three weeks Hen Clue At $3Worthless
born; Arabs invade it from i ri Queuille, Radical, agrees t<) Dec. 2-Suchow falls to Chine -

north and south. I form new cabinet. >e Communists.Dec. Asphalt Tile

May 20-"Big Five" powers Sept. 17-Hyderabad surren 3-House Committee on At $603

name Count Folke Bernadotte as ders after invasion Sept. 13 b y Un-American Activities seizes microfilms AVic Colors and Patterns for Every Roomin

U. N. mediator for Palestine. Indian army. of documents removed in I I ROCKLAND, Me.-< V-Three
May 31-Flood waters of Col- Sept. 17-Count Folke Berna 1938 from U. S. State Department silver dollars-a rarity here- the House

umbia River sweep through Ore- dotte, United Nations mediate files for transmission to Russian I were among $500 stolen from a SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY
gon and Washington, leave 60- for Palestine, assassinated in Is agents. store. Police Chief George Shaw

000 homeless, submerge war- raeli-held area of Jerusalem. Dec. 5-Berlin people defy So- alerted his force to watch for __ FREE ESTIMATES

built city of Vauport. ept. 21-Dr. Herbert V. Evati t viet when 86.4 percent of elig- anyone passing silver dollars.

June 3-New 200 inch telescope of Australia elected president a:; ibles in western part vote in Two days later silver dollar clues Key West Floor Covering Co.

.. ., dedicated at Palomar UN general assembly opcis sessions election. became worthless. A local con-

Mountain Observatory. in Paris Dec. 7-Secretary of State Marshall cern included 600 of them in its 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Sluts PHONE 1454
.. June 7-Ben* resigns as Pita .t Sent 29U. S. Britair; *ir has operation. 23 employes' pay envelopes


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.:. SOCIETY NEWS 1!, Here-To Attend Opening Of His Ploy

By Key Players JanuaryThe
:: The Citizen Office-51 I ,
Phones '
:- Residence-629-XJ I 'cast of "One's a crowd"' This play was written by 6 -,lrt*'

........................................................._......................................._.......__............................. I! the new play now in rehearsal Eugene Raskin who is a professor f

: Many Winter Visitors In Key West I been announced.Mrs. Columbia University in New 1
r L B. Findley will portraythe York City and promises to be an : 4r

I I character of Ruth Stephenwill extremely entertaining one. 1
:: This Season For The First Time; be played by Commander Mr. Raskin accompanied by t Y

W. E. McGonigle; Rebel Captain' Mrs. Raskin will arrive in Key
Society Editor Interviews Nineteen J C. K Moore: Stephanie Mrs. West in time to attend the open
: A. J. Gilmore; Dad Jonathan ing performance of his play
... Yesterday your reporter talked anyone, 'let Mrs*' 'Planfc explain: Jackson; Maid Miss I. L. Lane; which is expected to be presented -

; to nineteen persons from nineteen "You"see, wheiijiVvweiJj married I Stevie Charles Morrison; Sylvan by the players Some time in
r different states who have j
two years ago, my husband Gerald Saunders. the middle of January.
.- come to Key West for the first J .. .... -I II
the' -------- .
tripped on church and "
time to spend a day or two to the steps

entire season here. fell and broke both.twt arms, so Circles Nos. 1 And 2 Of Baptist '
..; : Their reactions to questions regarding we drove to the hospitaljnstead of I II

their reasons for visiting to the train.. When he was all Union Hold Joint ; .
Missionary MeetingOn
Key West were extremely interesting right again we started out on another .
:. All of them had driven honeymoon and were just
Monday December 13, counted there were fifty gifts for
here their and one day from borne when
in cars every one away -
of them without a single exception illness in the family called us I Circles Nos. 1 and 2 of the Baptist J! the boys and girls. "' L > :I
-. stated that the trip over the back. We weren't able to get Woman's Missionary Union held. Mrs. Negrin accepted the gifts
I with and thanks. ONE PERFECT ROSE. JEWEL DUO Gold
highway and bridges was a wonderful away again for months and by their regular monthly program-1 i surprise
experience and not to that time we were expecting our I I meeting jointly in the churclr A gift was also presented to Adorns a i.ighn'lIltl"illbeaded satin hat and bag, I
.. have been missed even if they son and heir and the doctors! Dr. and Mrs. Negrin'from Circle
.. had found nothing at all at the wouldn't let me travel. But now J annex. i No. 2 and Mrs. Florine Mesa pre- box of pinkish mars t'e f elt. designed by Northridge.GDD9NIWJ:

end of the road. Most of them finally, we are taking our long-, Each Circle held a brief bu.*i-| sented a gift from Circle No. Ito

were surprised to find anything planned honeymoon trip, and do ness meeting and then Mrs., the Negrins.
i here actually, except a barren you know it is sort of piquant, ; Geneva Smith program chair-: The annex was beautifully
sandy island. having the baby with us on a man of Circle No 2, presented:' decorated with Christmas decora-
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rutherford honeymoon. People look rather Mrs. Mary Day who talked on: tions, several eautiful tress, red
of Phoenix Arizona, are interested taken aback when we tell them] the Mission Book "Light For The j candles and wreaths. There was _
mostly in fishing. "We don't we are on our honeymoon. I can't I, Whole WoiId"Cirde also a manger scene On a large
get much ocean fishing in our lo- imagine whys Chairman Mrs. Leona I'table at one end of the room I

cality," explained Mr. Rutherford Three other visitors from i Collins welcomed the guest ofj j were bouquets of colorful Christmas : -, FOR SICK PiWLE

:Maine. Virginia and Ohio stated ; the Circles who were the ladies' tree decorations, a tiny tree
Thomas Caffey of }Muncie In- that they had heard a great deal Cuban Mission! being used as a centerpiece.
diana who is accompanied by his i about Key West lately it having Circle with Mrs. Ishmael Negrin : Refreshments of fruit cake. STOMACH ,
twin teen-age daughters, both featured so prominently in the I as chairman sandwiches, cookies, nuts and RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS,
very pretty and lively girls, stated -t news and thought they would Missions Chairman Circle No( candy were served from the table -' and kaurb.complaint as Headaches Nervousnes. Acids. Tojln* nbanng,
Energy Poor Appetite Dluy Sptt+s.
they made the trip purely out come here "just to look things 2 Mrs. Frances Fairfield preenti,i, From another table hot:
of curiosity, "just to see what over." beautiful Christmas box to chocolate was served to the menvbers I Drugless HealthIF Amazing Results
Key West was like since the The Maine gentleman said it ed a I I and friends. Mr Piedad i YOU ARE a sufferer f,these YEAR after year people nub to
with the explanationthat
Mrs. Negrin
CEO-MINERAL mineral spring and to drink
ailments try spas.
President seemed' with was "very foreign, and somewhatlike
so pleased Circles Nos 1 and 2, instead -] Archer was in charge of decora-, may be astonished at the resultsTog and bathe la their nuracalnu wa
it. The twins Sybil and Ernes- he had always imagined of bringing gifts for each]j I tions. : need not guess-JOB will see ter. We have all beard of the *..-
tine, like seeing so many good- Honolulu would be without the : facts. GEO-ML' EKAL comes from drous springs of,Lourde FraM
forty-one present
mountains." other had brought gifts to be There were the earth-Nature's Laboratory. and famous Tbroaio in a******
looking young sailors about, and given to the children at the Cuban -j l I for the meeting and social period Contains NOjlope, NO alcohol, NO Greece where, acconUnc to tetrad
have even met one from their I The visitors from Virginia who Mission SthooL When I od. ONLY Katore'f minerals, the Hercules the god of eternal strength
.. home town who having been asked that their names not be oldest most reliable remedy for and youth drank Its waters ad
stationed here for several months published because "they were rheumatism arthritis, kidney and bathed to be'turner yant.GEOMINERAL .
..- is acting as guide for the Gaffeys| supposed to be on their way to stomach ailments.GEOMINERALS enrich contain ...-
Tour erals act at the worldl best
and trying to talk them into stay- : Louisiana and if it was known Board Of Directors j jWoman9s Calendar bleed, belp to make yon strong, nil springs Watch your rlimlnahma
ing longer than their originally: they played hookey and came of ftp, life and energy- Lack of from your bowels a day er two after
planned one week's visit. here instead their Louisiana Club To j Coming Events minerals in the blood causes ane- using it. The waste. black M the
I mia headaches nervousness. Minerals color of your shoes. .W start to
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lowndes friends would be mortally offen- '! generate mental brilliancy break away. and yo will SEE U.
of Oklahoma City Okla., just ded." added that the trip was Meet Tomorrow j WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29- five sparkling ryes red cheeks Also examine your uriae. YM may
drove down and drove back, because -t i well worth it, because Key WestI Regular meeting. Navy Wives fight disease build up health. see 'mplUltin-poiMaMs .aag..-
.... they are fascinated with I "just darling one of the most It has been announced that at I Club No. 88, NCOS 2 p.m. RHEUMATISM arthritis conditionin arc coming out of your kidney rdln-

the Florida Keys and wish to I charming, friendly and hospitable meeting of the Board of Directors'of Bingo party sponsored by dreadful the blood diseases is often Acid their cause. Inc you.value And of GEO-MIXU.AL.then: rralixr the prkaless

a spend their entire two weeks l places we have ever seen." the Key West Woman's Club'will Navy Wives Club No. 88 What could be the remedy For WE RGE everyone to try GCO-
,.: somewhere around Marathon or The two men from Ohio witha I be held tomorrow afternoon South Beach Restaurant, 8:00p. : thousands used of to years relieve minerals the hare and MINERAL. D* not htcMai awe
Tav. rmer. Their complaint is j. feverish light in their eyes said Wednesday at 3:00: o'clock, m.Meeting. suffering of these ills. People pain on moment.weekll you Get one are bottle not 1M te per It nat..*
at the home of the president of Board of Directors the advice of doctors, to mineral
that Key West is "too crowded. they couldn't waste time talking i go satisfied we will not.... your utoMy
Miss Louise Mitchem and herr I to me, because they were going the Woman's Club Mrs. Lee Key West Woman's Club sprints to find cure, or relief.'The in uIL Try it today 1t"7"....
Roosevelt used to
I late President tot
aunt, Miss Sarah Mitchem who I fishing and who in the world dard 417 United street. 3;00 P.M.. at Home of President Warm Springs in Georgia. lie den for yon-and be the best iavroi-
operate a private school for girls 1 would spend time talking whenI God-j' Mrs. Lee.Goddard, 417 was helped or would not have gone ment for your health. Make yon f....
: \ there regularly twice a year eaL slf'Pp.w.rk and enjoy life tetter.
near Flemington. New Jersey I j they could be fishing, anyway! United Streel. Q
AlidshipnuniBoggs CEO-MINERAL Retail Price-I Bottle l-lt: S Bottles.... I
wish their school was located in They hurried away with their TUESDAY JANUARY 4th-
Key West instead. "This climate," fishing gear and a quart of Here f Regular meetingT"; Key .West CENTRAL PHARMACY--and Other Drug Store
they say "is heavenly. Despite worms which they had nursed Woman's Club 3:30: p. m at Mafl order to above sddnss-aU lie for ,..u,.. )
.. .
j .the chilliness for Key West, of along all the way from Ohio. The Clubhouse on Ditval street' ---- --
the past day or two the Misses: worms seemed to have absorbed For Holidays 1 THURSDAY JANUARY 6th-

e Mitchem have spent all daylight : some of the fishermen's enthusiasm I Meeting Key 'West Garden Start The New Year Right. .
hours on the beach. asm, for they were wiggling Midshipman Steve V. Boggs, Club 8pm. Place of meeting
1' Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Plank of, around at a great rate. Jr., who attends the U. S Naval j to be announced later. JOIN THE BEACHCOMBER'SSTERLING

r -_ Louisville Ky.. with their infant I I have always maintained thai Academy at Annapolis, Mary- CLUBUSE
:. son are spending their honey- we have wonderful winter visitors land, is spending his holiday! Seek DivorcesPetitions
moon here. In case that startles, in Key West leave with his parents Chief YOUR SILVER WHILE YOU PAY FOR ITt
Petty Officer and Mrs. Steve V.
Boggs at their home, 525 West seeking divorces were

T:: Very Large Passenger List For Poinciana. filed yesterday in the Office of
Chief Boggs is attached to Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer -
VX-1 at Boca Chica Field. by diaries T. Winters against
1 Aerovias S.A. Planes To Cuba
I "Q" Wylma Lou Winters and by
Sophie M Sezulls against Walta-
: Over Christmas Weekend; Key WestersAmong Lang To Address Sezulls. i

passengers leaving for Hoffman, Mario A. Dommguez Kiwanis Club I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow

:.. Cuba aboard Aerovias "Q" over I Georgina Betancourt, Pedro Sar-
the Christmas weekend were a miento, Laudelina Sarmiento. Victor A. Lang, retiring vice ( America)

-- number of Key Westers including Joseph de la Torre Horact A. president of the Key West club,t Prof. Robert McElroy of
Julio Lacedonia Virginia So-t Ladd, Mildred Ladd Eveho Alvarez has arranged a special Key West Princeton, professor emeritus of
Jano Dulce Alfonso Armida Alfonso Raymond Worley Ilumi- program for the final 1948 meet- !; history, born in Perryville Ky..
Federico Hero Genovevo dada Worley Myron J. Morris ing of the club. The meeting will 76 years ago
'RivE'ro. Jesus Rodriguez Eusebio I George Dodson Cleo Dodson be at 6:45 p. m. today at South Lieut. Gen. Lloyd H. Freden-
.. Cisnero Philip Strunk and An-I Frances Hooten Ward Hooten Beach restaurant. hall, retired veteran commanderof
': dreg Fontanilla. Sherwood Jellison Elizabeth Jel- With the beginning of the the wartime Sevond Army ,

Other passengers leaving were lison, Alice Jellison Samuel Os- tourist season now getting underway I born in Cheyenne, Wyo., 65 years u.rr. 5wr. ,
the following: sorio, Alejandro Sanchez Andre Key Westers are asked I a.-, r..... ...a a.. ..r..5Si
Ramona LaTour Juan Silveno Menard Omar Leon Mario Dom- many questions by tourists and ago.Charles F. McCahill, general ) +5 5:5.75 its se $17 Se. '

Charles fasten,. Catherine Sours, inguez Irving Hulse. Walter often the local people are ems I manager of the Cleveland News, .
Mary' Catherine /Sours, James KlesingerIohn; Alexander< Billy barrassed by being tinabie.; lo born Buffalo, N.'Y, 62 years ago. I \. .. .
Dunlap, James L. Dunlap George;"Alejcander( L l Gonzalez.' Soledad answer them.I : f* i ,Warren H. Atherton of Stockton "

Darrow, :Merl Bnghtbill, Claude Gonzalez Paul Albury, Lang has compiled 25 questionson .1 Calif., former American Le- Your Rich, Ltitj:
Lavender, Bess Lavender Claude j' Mary Albury Oscar Rivero, Waiter Key West, past and present gion commander born in San gleamingfaftemt '
Lavender Jr., Anna Sampolinski, I McCook Nieves McCook,! and many of them may stump Francisco, 57 years ago.
Anthony Sampolinski Charles Hulme, Tony Dicenso. some of the city's old timers. Merle Crow ell of Pleasantv, Very \ \
Andres A\ello, Miguel Flores! Bob Jardme James Stewart Each member will be asked one N. Y., editor and author born in I \ of Pius

Mary Kraiss Mildred Earhart, I Richard Kelly, James Stewart, i question and if he is unable to North Newport Maine 60 years solid silt er-
Ernest Rohrer, Sadie Rohrer Richard Kelly Dale Donnulley, answer the membership will be OwnSterling
Harwood Mills Charlotte Keat- Adolf Ingebrctson,. Agnes Inge- : given an opportunity.I Quincy Wright of the byRtcJ
ing.. Kenton Ma>se. Nydia Rodriguez breton William Reher Mary Re- : At this is the final meeting of. University of Chicago noted hirer

Idolidia Rodriguez Oscar her.Jose the year, all members are urged' teacher of international law, !
Rodriguez Flabian Argollo Mil- Perez Beadle Barnes,: to be present. t Medford, Mass., 53 years ago.
ton Vega Roberto Maldox. Thales Ada Barnes, Lloyd Thompson I

Cruz. Juan Salome, adore! Rosario Perez Antonio Perez The old form of the word Hypnotism has been known for
Rjyer Christow Verschut, Audrey Ver- "knowledge" was know-leche," centuries to the Persian magi
Dan MacDougal, Alvin Mac- i schut, Edith Ramshell, Jess Ram-I implying a grace received the and Indian yogis and fakirs

Duugal. Mary MacDougal, John ,shell Stanley Souder Teresa' gift of knowing. among others. .. e A1
MacDougal. Orrin Skean Helen Canon William Carion, Elvira
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Sk@an. David Skean Mabel Gal- Medina, Julian Butler, Paul Baer,
low'ay, Gerald Farchet Theodore 'Ethel Baer, Terry Ruckstuhl,

Stein Natalie Stem, Ray Stein.I; John Ruchstuhl, Eva Ruchstuhl, I '
Maria TravieM, Angeles Suarez- Howard Ruthstuhl, Joyce Trax- Wiia'EGG -
Maria Julia Munoz Enrique ler Marvin Reiner, Nanette Biller -
Vail, Elsie Warneake, Mabel I Herbert Rosen, Daniel Peters, I
Warneake. John Gomez Ofelia Bertha Peters, Jerry Schuon Jas.

.. Gomez Roberts Maude, Roberts, Wallace
Ramon Benitez. Juan Avila. Jacobs Bert Fisher, Allen Rubin. .
Ruth Anderson Bobby Hovis, Joseph Spudich, Mildred Spudich
Nicolas Fernandez Bonifacio Stephen Spudich. PROUD INDEED is the hostess who Presides
Itittru, Jr. Joseph Rivero Ken- Walter Chatham Neill Chat- over a table flawlessly set with her very
neth Hixero. William Brandt Juan ban James Mathews, Joseph De
Anuez Jr., Martha Anuez. Ju- Palmar Ann De Palmar, Vana De own sterling silver. Now, thanks to ourbudget

an Anuez. Sr, Gloria Anuez. Ramon Palmar. Irving Goff, Samuel Hall, I plan, you can start building
Valdes Estela Pelaez Fran- Sylvia Hall. David Greer Elidia NOG ICE CREAMTHE YOUR set for as little as 50? per week.
n.- nantlrz. Eduardo Hernandez Dober Harry D. Shretter Sadie
Abel Villegas, Jr., Noemi valle-I I Shretter Ralph Shea fer, Stewart
jrra. Edward Fry Ruth Fry I Lingenselt, Wray Puett Frank I The Beachcomber
dtilph Pierson Marion Pierson,. Puett, Naomi Johnson. Earl Johnson tJ.etlf,2Jtui
Edwin Kirk patrick, Imogene!II Mary Camtrell Ann Week- & J.. December's traditional holiday II

Kirkputnck, Harry Blase. Gladys ley. Carl W. Weekley, James ANa .II..n treat brought to you in a smooth, I Jewelers. Silversmiths
BI. M-, Arlene Blase, Robert Hall Weekley, Lionel Cobo Nellie Co- creamy Sealtest ke Cream. En- -
Ken Hottel, Bertran Bernestein bo Alberto Pareja D. C. Allman <_ : ? o ,.
/ I icy it all this month. Also Sterling Headquarters for Gorham
Prances Ewing James Ewing, Lois Allman Billy Allman. Ken- .
D..TM Si mersun, Samuel Sumer- neth Allman Kay Allman, Eliza- < I and Lunt Sterling

s a'.n. U.ry Sumerson Robert Dia- beth Pat man, Sarah Cummings 1 C [ :en E A 1-' Utrn Tkrulr to Tsa the r new., ?-iV*e.1 lfemttttf*. il, V\IOU Prices are 6 Pc. Place -ttmg-Ft'der Tax Included
toon. Manuel Herbert, Beryl Arthur Eo Macao, Lucille Macon.



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: and SOIL. $&.50 PER YARD $1X0 PER SACK
personal Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. ; Frances Park. Owntf \:
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1 CZECHS ARGUE OVER 'i Plan Jamboree I Texas Out To Show Orange Bowl Made Good Choice:, 4mmmrnuwiuwni Key. l l West UlaU IUUUWllfll In uiwuuUIII ww.ww.www.wwwwwwww' \\'S .

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I Days Gone ByAS I

I A jamboree is planned for N.-f..tur..

PRAGUE< ')-It looked like Staska the football I Saturday at the Key West Golf TAKEN PROM TILES t.4' _. .
might pull through in its first trial in Czechoslovakia. OF THE CITIZEN OF I --
Club. A Jamboree is strictly a
The pool based on the performances of 14 teams in DECEMBER 21. 1338 WARREN HENDRY ATHEH-
I fun tournament so the duffers j jI .. ... --.--..-..-..-................. Dec. 28. 1831. San
slovak football league:: had dragged in 70 million crowns ( ) Iq TON. born in
have as much chance as the pros jI
with about three-quarters of the t If-' I I With local spongers having sold Francisco. After high school he :.i

Reason gone! but it was attacked: working class society. I to win prizes. The one successfulthat held on 1 I their catches at fairly high prices .became a member of the Rail- .
Day proved so Christmas week. captainsof
during w a y Brotherhoods -
both and moral
On economic woman won two first the Club Tournament Committee : some of the boats left port today studied
fe rounds. '$40,000 each in the that are expected to
: has :been swamped with 3 s on trips law by correspondence -
Factory managers and pro- suit, the tap: prizes'' requests for a second one. It will last as long as six weeks. and
auction experts complained : it sucessively to $20400, be a nine hole affair starting at "" was admitted "
limit of $10.000, then $. ( '* k6 kili'gfish* r--
interfered with factory output. 1p.m. The e rnarket thewhich to the bar in
Workers spent the first part of ly. $2,000. Winnings In closed in Key West for 1913. He enlist-

the week comparing notes on brackets were spread. I ITheVealhcr day season, will; be reopened ,on ed in the Armyin

the Sunday games results. They There had been \ January 1, it was. announced to World War I
pent the last half of the week i tine the pools next day. '
making out their predictions for ice hockey, basketball I I FORECASTKey : I and becamea

the coming Sunday.To I I ling results. Some West and Vicinity: Fair PAUL CAMPBELL JOHNNY RAUCH Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Russell and captain in

the country, trying to meet officials were known weather with slowly rising temperature I Passing Ace of Longhorns Georgia's Star Hurler daughters Joan and Barbara, of France As an
in the closing months of the pool scheme as a i Gentleto
quotas !: ': thru Wednesday. Jacksonville are in Key West lawyer
'' .. H.Aiberion energetic
the two-)'ear economic plan and ter that helped drain moderate northeast winds be- "Rv. AMES_ n_ ___ _TV_ _FOWLER_ __ ____ ,.w.. __ visiting relatives. Warr leader
he became a civic in
getting ready for a new five- money into the coming east to southeast Wednesdav lAP Newsleatures
looked bad. One they sought ways and :i however, When "suitable Stockton, Calif. and was elected
3rear-plan, that MIAMI Fla.-If the University of Texas long football oppo
is c ; on Richard Knowles left Sunday National commander of the
tcp was to ban branch offices of perpetuating that it, at Florida: Partly cloudy and I' as its fans are on loyalty the University of Georgia is in fur a hot : nents" couldn't be found. afternoon for Pigeon Key, where American Legion in 1943.
Staska from the factories and it modest basis warmer thru Wednesday. I Georgia is ranked a seven-point I
from 'i, time NcYears Day in the 15th Orange Bowl classic he is employed by the Overseas .
looked like curtains for Staska 00 much money Jacksonville through the Florida favorite over the Texans but if
vidual better, : Miamians were disappointed when the Change Bowl committee Bridge Commission. The Roman Emperor Nero
for a while. or pay '' Straits: Gentle to moderate I the Longhorn ire gets any hotterit
There were attacks on the pool. back. I'I winds thru Wednesday. Variable invited the Tcxas Longhorns to oppose Georgia Bulldogs, :.n the may be regarded as an even I wore gold sandals.

lTause it fostered gambling, and The Czechoslovak I,i winds today in north portion and annual grid spectacle. match by the opening whistle. I Mr and Mrs. Maldon Sands
because a few easy-rich threatened also operated a easterly in south portion becom- I And they said so. Miami It will be the champions of \heSoutheestern and daughter Naomi, of Miami ,yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy nvvv-'
That but it nowhere I I I Wrote J. Norman Heard from are visiting Mrs. Sands' brother- STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
to be made each week. got i, ing southeasterly tonight or Wednesday Herald Sports Editor Jimmy f conference againstthe .1
wa against the philosophy of of the football pool j i and southwesterly late Burns accused the Orange Austin: "Your (criticism may runners-up of the Southwest in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. TRIUMPH

-- ,--- Wednesday Partly cloudy today Bowl committee of "scrapingthe serve some good purpose. Texas conference.. Georgia's record is a Watson Carey of United Street. I
bottom of the football will be fired up to the point of bit lost COFFEE
1! with increasing: cloudiness.I bar- more impressive having
i There; ; A Doctor On the :I East Gulf Gentle to moderate rel" in selecting Texas. playing Georgia; right off its feet i only to powerful North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. McKay MILL
Don't be too surprised if the 'bot- .
> northeast to east winds today andi The word got back to Austin, Texas lost to North Carolina and daughter Florence are visit- at
gentle to moderate east to southeast tom of the barrel' team presentsyou Oklahoma and Southern Methodist I ing Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W.
Tex., and things began to happen.
ritytirian Say ()ur ir"nM Cut Grid Injuries I Wednesday. Partly cloudy Burns and other columnists I with a seat of honor at the and tied Texas A & M onI Knapp, 526 Simonton street. III Grocer9
j weather. i pollsters' crow-easting picnic." i I Thanksgiving Day. I 4AAA&AAAAAAAAAA&&J
By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE i No small craft or storm warn- flooded with letter from the I Each team boasts a sensational Mrs Emil Sweeting, 826 Eaton !I
Associated Press Science Reporter i i ings are being displayed. I Longhorn loyal. They not only The controversy grew so hot I i passer: Georgia's Johnny street, will entertain members of
i defended their team, but did that a group of Miamians triedto I Rauch and Texas' Paul R. :i
BOSTON-Dr J. II Duinett has a prescription to i it CampbelL Stephen Mallory Chapter, j Go the FASTEST Way
doctor the players bench. REPORT I in such a convincing manner that promote a "double header" :, Both use the T formation Daughters of the Confederacy, on
ball .irrluriea-put a on Key West, Fla. Dec 28, 1943. ,
I Miami now is quite pleased with game the night following the and are expected to base theirI Thursday afternoon Dec 29. I NEW YORKWASHINGTON
doctor the full who is fit to I
And then give the say on !i (Observation taken at City Office,
the choice.
classic in the BowL It died. I I offensives on aerial attacks.SOIT1II .
M ho .isn't 8:30: a.m. EST)
; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman of
For 28 )........ Dr Burnett has been game surgeon at Temperatures I Beaufort, S. Care guest of Mr. I

(.me* in Button. Intwt urn, there has never been a wame"i. Highest yesterday 74 I SCORES IN BLUE-Gim GAME VI and Mrs. George Mills White all I
One bur differed a broken neck, but recovered : Lowest last night 671 I their home, 503 Simonton street. ;
Mean .. 70 -
With the right *. I
Normal _,_. n ._. 70 31 Cities ml 2 Stain
football l" no more dangerousthan i! Precipitation Key West Country Club will )!

manly other spoil, and the Knight I! Total last 24 hours .0 Ins. : open its winter social season with 1_... I
a New Year's Eve dance on Saturday ,
nk4 aren t greater than the hazards ; Total this month 2.92 ins.
of antdent in normal play : I night. President Larry .
Head Of Golf Excess this month 1.41 ins. Gardner said .
( today. rev airs tesrr.i.ce iiCs71C:4
lay Dr. Burnett, instructor in j I Total this year 49.04 ins. :

urgrrjr at Button University Excess this year 11.05 ins. ar. e5'e '
&hld of Medicine. and visiting |Club eccilt I Relative Humidity. editorial Today paragraph The Citizen: says in an I

wrgran at Boston City Hospital
8:30 a.m.
I e Spokesman for the New Deal
should have doctor
Every team a t i 77%
attending its player or be a Harry F. Knight : Barometer are constantly stressing its hbcralisin. -
For president of the : but they never say a word
fan who knows it well years I Key
Level .
i (Sea )). 8:30: .m.
liberty"Mail : trnd
official Dr. Burnett was an in a 30,16 ins.-1021: .3 nibs
iMgh I school and college fuulb.tU. organization. i;j i, Tomorrow's Almanac
The Citizen RelativesYou
It to -- -
game. was announced Sunrise 7:10 a.m. stF -.
No roach should ever be alKiwrd \the new board of !{I Sunset 5:48: b
to overrule the doctor on |hold its first meeting Moonrise 5:36: a.m.
-hat lie thtnka M best fur the at the clubhouse at 8
: Moonsct 4:14: r
pin t-
4ayf r I I. de-Hart : The other officers I -
Another Burnett rule u to Ut Vice t

"lake iris of the game any boy j jha Mathews: 2nd Vice TIDES(Naval Base 1

s. .la limping. niii one of. Jim Mira.; 3rd )
Tomorrow .
th e best prt (Eastern Standard Time)
Injtirira and knee account for James Londeree, i KioV) Low c .Dn NOW Miners woiin.
the highest prrrt-ntace of per I Horace
rarer O'Bryant. *
9:.>7 *.in. 3:2'l a in
nianent lnjur* a *M n4: atiiltlea.If V./; rrt tywm ant I R
3::"ilpm: 4'!3 p in
a hwy hurts hM kiw i>r tinkle.aieQR4w Retiring evident
hr's mure tuuf, :i Smith. Jr. .t imiJYEAR
IN ......... injury if h(. battga it I a member of the Board ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA F rtl fc, k can depend upon our
I tw a. (Weft'i'em'e Station" Key West) Prescription Departmentto

rchi -.- taviMg>> of the Time of Height of use only the Purest and OF BEAUTY/

Alan (......l insuranceJh I SlationTide {high water Freshest o f Ingredients.

...... "MWh'w. Changed i Bahia Honda .. I
,....... ..... ere stunned or (bridge) -Oh him 00 ft t irephoUit PrescriptionsCalled t.j

.hr.akent'W. ..........nly must be TUCSON. Ariz.- / !I:, NJ Name Key HUEY KEENEY (left), Rice: Institute back breaks through from the three yar""itrrr'to"scor -- j

Jh laid trtlnMy before bring berg end coach of the ; (east end) +2h 20ini first touchdown for Gray team in annual Blue-Gray grid game at Montgomerv. Ala.. Saturday. For \ 14
i Boca Chioa
ptefiatsd Iu ratline playing or of Arizona eleven i! Other players Dan Dworskv f'chfgen( : and Ii .
I i ( PointOh <0rnCaldcs in picture: are ((43)) back Robert Heck ((28) Purdue
to ftmy the unite dy, Dr Sandy and fiawtawrtWna-
portant pail in the : Channel en;!, of the Blues, and George Brown ((19)). Texas Christian guard for the Grays. Blue team was ----= iw
11 einr4t add. He never trie to of the Arizona- :': I

Ati/ve" MiWMute a I.+Iae1 M IuUf't.NyA twtler for the I K'raes-but than his on a 1;t:I (north end) oOo t2ii Ibm. +1.4 1 ft the winner, 19-13. ---- I DeliveredGARDNER'S SVVP\ HOUSE PAINT

present one. -- - -- -
.,..' acid its t-H..f'*. than an inptar. Marquette \' I,I I NOTE: now stint FUSS ffll
.," he IHM..... and the ed the tying player: : I i j i (--Minus) sign* Cwreetion IlastingsrrhinliS; UK((, rm 01 H 1sKE TIi:11.1.---i FLI: t'. 7 Whites are whiter" ..colors

61.r ..*....< t raM rnMia harm by I Arizona after to be subtraeled more beaunful! Honest film

s sjrtMt.- MI 1"t win kes toed or and won racing 13-6. 20 yards '',, (+)-Plus be situ addedSJ'l : Corrections t. By HASTINGS BAKERIt Cm4rt;: : i -.1t 3 thickness glossier; : surface with SWP smoother keeps,

Br HufMrlti approves the free PHARMACY its "freshlv painted" look
... costs about one-half million one Tear longer
rule.''ularly fur is actually -isle
........ h.rtbaI$ But aiN aAe brought either swamped pit dollars a day to run the Berlin than before I
r a4ncM. ti tbM4iea. using in in airlift. The people of Berlin die Tlw tI "i'"r Thompson Enterprises Ill
or private cars with i (.
11" s. iweid w. with of 1. "That girl has ;got a sylphlike amazed that we, their former k a
....... I.e. the neat play He'dfwrbtdden injuries Usually a figure." enemies, are performing this 1114 TRUMAN AVENUE Hardware Division
ture This
high toll of A
.. I. rive. --... ... 2, "Yeah. and she keeps it miracle to supply them. We Corner Varela Street Phone tM
seriously the
M .....k to ...i..e but the retunless. I I.u. hurting all to her sylph. too should be equally amazed at the 1 I PHONE 177 I .,

tllee uiilnl aftft .Lae .....y. recent voting in Berlin. Remember If ; /" '" .JTni
.. ..... ... .. aub.tituied I 111tISSIF; >"" ,VMKI; ROOKIE OF YK\I\- that if the Russians do take : -
.Hill. .... (.toy get ab>rfit a> I over Berlin as might happen at i I I

.**.oti a. |" MM<- from i ipsi I any time the Russians will have I } re Mect Hose loKemember...

e. Md other .... Dr i I the voting recprds and every vote

any. HnArn roilatbuno against Communism could be a

.. eeealnrnrst :23 leara it&u Butt i one-way ticket to Siberia 01 '

... test iwlW ii4e. than tine t t)11 ut I worse. The people in Berlin MELROSE
n his Wtli glad. tastes IiU' know this. particularly since the'' I
lee '&... a.llarbonw M'a nines I Russians even publicly threaten-' j

an .......e year 1 1 cd that every voter will be m.. jj
.e. MUMTd player u KIU' danger when the Russians take (II j Sjiubol of Grarious l Living

...n' ..1... ......... and X'Itll) ovei The Communist paper the a a I

.... ntn' isrri.A. and complete f tat ___ I Berlmei Zeitung' said: "Who- f. 1 1E 1S 1i 1I I r
.....-.... are Grad .u&ut..r..p. evei refrains from voting has

h a be.-- -U. help in 0\errtanMI |! e s I chosen life over death." In spite S i

( Ilie. ........ u/ miurw*. w'ht th : of all this, Berliners voted a

eq he.n. ...... ur a Ml from a solid 86 percent against Com-I E j
.Ii._ Dr Bomrtt would liki munisrn They can be as proud'of i iL /, ey

.la nee fteeti ptwvMied in athlt-tn ,\ then courageous vole as we ; t
iii is.l...uit biidptts t.. pay tu< are of our an'lift. t tWAIIREN I
.... NoN far mjWMM on M, hool II tI
.... I I
l. litany families or injured ,\I : FLOAT '
..... eaiwlski't. apart the 3 L
oo. 6 I ,
j I i (Continued From 8i
1 Page One)
Mai iwund like here,> toaoeac ,
..u4.NU (.... hut Dr Bur : :- with green trimming and it is J
engraved with silver rkt
a plate that
i4 a.a'/Nwra calla off or )pst
r it was donated by the Monroe i
> 4
a bwu of 0 ,
pawn' game ram or sa'
na4. ,I Committee for Fuller Warren. It'I II L..... :

*l4lw. .fe at...... players Us I was a nice gesture by Mr. Van .. Y!.....,._, / !
Bui-enThe. LL 2
".!/ rtnmiimn "'"_." he explains I '
TWr mk of injury on a wet field I 'I committee announces thatit MAX PALMER. 7 feet. 7 inches tall. occupied a very conspicious
is still short of money to send
U IMM ....t And there
no senseIA the basketball tears the town cf Walnut.
I j i the float to Tallahassee. spot on independent! : in *iQL\KT 't l
rtng pwuuMKU4 ur other:I The committee Miss. Just for contrast he poses with three co-eds of the: Yocona (
........ ia.y.i who have to sit : announces thatit FI
Nit the brisrlt in a pouring rainNamMvt I. I will be happy to receive an*,' high school team. They are left to right Margaret Sykes. Every drop of whiles u' thi<- k.1 RL

or unorganized foot (>P Photc donations. The cash should be Juanice Daniels and Robbie Starnes. rare |product i* 6 and 7 ears.d l

-tl .. sumcthing else Boys play LOU I presented to Claude Ganr'ullo blended with thoioo grain ,>..itial -\'" ,t-
Philadelphia Athletics pitcher talks with his county tax collector
w4t..>ut food equipment often ; Attorney . "'sp
mild nirlloH .
4h daughter Vicky at their home in Ware Shoals. S. C- before he William i V. Alburj, Edwin Voyagenr
no ,
supervision on any kind I TRUCKING SERVICE Furni '
.*< MeW. and may not be in the left for Greenville to receive a scroll as major league rookie of Trevor Otto Kirchhimer and i ture Moving General Hauling { nothing to'.are .:.

.brat ph steal condition Injuries 'I the year. It was awarded to him by the Christian Athletes Al Mills. Visitor "How far is it toW Every Load Fully Insured' -with Mflro Rare!

are fr tuo cMfunon' I' Foundation. Brissie began his baseball career on a textile mill hington'"
-on a Sunday afternoon dur- I i team at Ware Shoals. He was wounded severely in a leg on a Chicken a la king is especially Native "W.'al. don't rightly I LAM: > ( ITTH..\\SrEI: RARE BLEKKO"' KHttKJt, 99 4 i <)?..!

HK the paying. ; season, the Ros- I battlefront in Italy during World War II and had 23 operations good when the cream sauce for it knout! but HI call Eph Eph'U Phone 163 524 Southard St. The straight whiskies in this product are t 04 *o\ ,"..,pt t ....w., Wti

,.. Claw H wBrt.l ju- Wrnt floor before h. wa able to play baseball again has been flavored with a little ..sowlie's traveled all over RESIDENT PHONE 1002.R :'i i gram neutral spirits. 15% slra gM ...Ui n I finely grated onion. tie's got shin's" i *M....- -.., .. ._ .

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