The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 29, 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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accused the cardinal ; *
addvr'uusseM ttffictaU should the Communists., ; migrants doing pickandshovelwork was made possible for Dct t
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SIT Son Die Navy frfiiiou C.m lo -- years Many have been directed FAYE EMERSON ROOSEVELT wife of Elliott Roosevelt slash hood Association a nationalist Mr*. Orval Jto<<.... Silver lake .
Will Do-Must Do" Scribees celebrate to laboring jobsTemperatures. ed her left wrist with a razor last Sunday in their home at.Hyde Morning\ group recently outlawed by Ind.; Stephen Davis. New" Oi
s Park. N. Y_ Sheriff C. Fred Close said Monday night. The the prime minister. : leans. La.; Mr. and Mrs GcorgiZinomaster
In (:rash their seventh birthday yesterday -
t sheriff reported that. Dr. H. Sherman Hirst who treated the 31. MMKU.
., year-old Mrs. Roosevelt. said he understood the wound was Higinio Gene Nebo. 44. died : Mantle BiUer. Green II<' .
,.a..MUURNt:. Unto While On December 21: 1:>41. Admiral M A.MEST sc'f! -inflicted and that she had to be restrained from injuring this morning after an illness of Court Can't MakeUp Wise: Dr. Herbert IWM-n. (b
h., --r father. two brother twenty minutes.
Den Mrfrccll USN the then chief herself further. Elliott and ilL Joyce Taylor. Chtcvgo.III .
Faye were all smiles when this picture cage
.... a .nlrr were watching!!: aTtarr ol of Yard and Funeral services will be held Marvin Reiner. Aberdeen.Wash. .
the Her Mind
Moth plane performing: Bureau Station- Temp of them was made last June in New York's Stork Club.MAY tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock ;
.*-nit*.lover their home theM Dock: organized: the U. S:Nayal Atlanta 51 In his residence 915 Duval street. '. .; Win. T. Barthet. Noilh-
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.w trashed and burned kill- Construction Battalions.: The Augusta! 48 tev Joseph Mann. of St. Mar>,'j> FYZABAD. India tae the two occupants one of speed with which the Seabees:: Billings 16 Star of the Sea Catholic Church, question was posed whether a Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs.
REARM 1 WESTERN Richmond.'a.
whM-h wa Grant Km ley. 20. a went into action was an American Birmingham 56 1 will officiate.Burial court should be referred to as : Mich.Decorations .
T. Ross, Dearborn.
Mm The family didn't knaw miricle Bismark -11 will be in the family "he"or 'she.
The familiar Seabee Boston 32 blot in Catholic Cemetery Lope j The
Kinley was in the plane until insignia Chief Justice of the Alla
they. dragged his body from the consisting of a flying boe-fight Buffalo 36 EUROPE TO EXTENT OF Funeral !Home is an charge of ar- r habad: High Court. B. Malik. For
v rte k.ige ing mad, a sailor hat on his head Charleston 60 ranfiements. wanted the questioner to wait
a splitting tommy-gun in his for- Corpus Christ .' 59Denver Survivors: Mother Mrs. Esper- ,'for a year or two when with the
ward hand, a wrench in his mid- __ 6 anso Nebo: son Gene Nebo, with increasing invasion of the courtrooms Phone Girls
OhnlirnlHr ship hand and a carpenter's ham El Paso __ 34 TWO TO THREE BILLIONTruman the U. S. Army in Germany: one by members of the gentler

mcr gripped in his after hand- Ft. Worth ._ _._ _-i_ 48 sister. Miss Louise Nebo; three I t i sex, it will be all she and no he." LONDON-<;p.-Mavtit. .A iII
I D-d (mad) What do has become a symbol of braveryand Galveston -_ 55 __ I brothers, Oscar, Pete and John At a dinner, Lawyer Pandit: improve the service The Post
you sitar by necking my daughter efficiency. Jacksonville O' 10 Hurklrj JAnil Nebo. U. P. Pandey suggested it wouldbe I Office is experimenting: with

In seven years the Seabees Kansas Cay 26 Ha lmrii May inlv for their shipment to their The deceased was a World WarII more appropriate to considerthe florescent lighting and mon
t lie, Friend (sad) I was just have grown into a veteran organ- KEY WEST 73 ) 'estmation veteran and served three court in the feminine gendersince decorative interiors for some ofLondon's
tMryinc out the scriptural injunction ization full of legend and tradition Key West Airport __ .. 73 years 'overseas.ttrlhur .
( Coii i(ler Mailer At Nothing was said about the na- work in the court room involved telephone exchange in "hold fast that which iu The Seabees took part in I Los Angeles 39 :ions to which the war material Sawyer Post, American presence of "suitors." the belief the brighter jtmuv
t good { every major movement of American :Louisville -. 51 Conference Tomorrow will be sent but it was presumedthat Legion Honor Guard will attend I Ii "rnRagement"! of lawyers com phere will increase staff tffiI -

-- I forces during World War II. Meridian - -52 I ._ ... the bulk of it wil go to Great i the funeral in a body fire a volley -I ing into existence of "'*and"delivery" I I ftency If it works othci ex-
I Miami __ 71 HIT % 1.ted l'rrWASHINGTON at the with .
Britain. France Belgium and the : graveside, taps of judgment. changes will be decorated.:
FOR SALE! Minneapolis '.. -.. 21 Dec 29. Netherlands. Government officials bv a bucler ..- -.-.-- -- 0______._ -. -
Uset E'I 1946 CHRYSLER. Door Sedan I I Memphis n 40 President Truman is scheduled: tc considered it essential in Pallbearers will be selected t

Good 1 Cars Nice Family Car New Orleans _no__ 67 have a conference tomorrow with fighting the "cold: war: to rearm from the membership. I
New PaintNAVARRO Norfolk 53 Vice President-elect Albin Bark- nations in western Europe The
TWINS GARAGEYour Oklahoma City __ .___ 30 lev and Sam Ravburn who likely against possible
Friendly Studebaker Dealer Inc. Omaha .__ 22 will be named speaker of the by the Russians.any aggression Red GermanySells
TELEPHONE 119 Opposite Bus Station Pensacola "on_ .--.. 62 house reparding the policy to be Casa Marina Hotel
_. _. adopted bv the Democratic party:
Pittsburgh H 41 ". To

................................................. St.Roanoke Louis 34 40 in It the was 81st said Congress.that among the w WELCOME:::1:1In Japan
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San Antonio ____ __. .- 51 matters to be discussed will be a TOKYO-'lA't Japanese farmers -
SOUTH BEACH Seattle 40 bill that will give between $2 fact. w' dote on suggest ..n. soon will, receive fertilizer I

Tallahassee 53 and $3 billion in arms and ammunition The next time you have one just' made from potash produced in I Gala New YearsParty

: PATIO 'Tampa 601 I I to the governments: in t wrap it in a dollar bill and slipit the Soviet cone: of Gcrmanj Officials -
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Washington 40 was to the waitress. It will be at General MacArthur's
: I II the government has more i given our prompt attention. headquarters said the first ship-
than that amount of arms an i i ment of 100.000 of
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NEW YEAR'S EVE I the United States and U:at tin I It was bought l by a private ::; ., : : : .
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wh.rul.. 5 other tour of inspection all the' -What jf there is no csate" t*
E M rrrdited In tbla paper and read "The chilly Missouri\ weather is a I Chapter
.. He didnttouch asked cautiously.
T XM| iMibllchcd here."IM10'11 a long second we locked way around the desk.
.-- far cry from the balmy sunshine and FOR eyes. Then Bierman lowered a thing; made: no move at I pointed at the check aa*
"in t RATES
par tt warmth in the Little White House in Key I his and took in all the details. He all to go through DeFoa's forced up a grin.
.... ... .. ., looked at me again and muted I wished that 1 had done that myself If the la1'* take poMrttfea .!
== w : U: West where the nation's executive relaxedfor I slowly. instead of standing looking that then I atilt week." I sit
E _. .____. __ & stupid. I might have ome- "For free. rYe always been affa.
: .1$ several day a short time ago .' : ,, T _i "This is what I call convenient: thing. But it was tot late now. otteer
.U"HTlal'U: R'TF.. We wondered if the expression on :Mr. he in the'e.said. The. corpse and the killer" Where was this cocktail party?" In guys my pace." guys. KcpeciaBy
91... K.... OB .Applicationr package. : Bierman suddenly asked me
Truman' face indicated: hews thinking Deduct Sfty ber cent of that." ":\ r. and Mrs, Sam Rankta/ He Jet that ride pulled out ]to

AM r a44a.i!..:...1'. card LOTU"' ..r tbaaka 1: resolutions about the warmth in Key West. Probably fa I heard. myselz say. "Just .the said, "They'realways; thrO tea handkerchief and I,f held tefeHy p.cks4
't phone.
11 MB> tM teary .....*<.... pwrina, ate.. will be t corpse. +tnd; jtaare} you. doing. parties fot European refugees t a up my my...
tar a* the rat. tt I* raia aU.... heva5;-..who. ,,! wf.1.,0I1lJ.hjme1C., of') '" .h 1et-: .:N',,;-. such.: LCts of them they kne* before while>e called Potto Headquar.
t_ _i.r *ifim..m by churches! from i -Its his Paula ten for the medical' eKarmner. ... .
I broadened dry 1
a11M a ....._ .In to Im rvr4: are :&; rents a line. course but whether or not his thoughts lotle i grin :a the war. went,.. 'witty r fingerprint boy*, and the rest" *
i..... t .,!*... U a. forum and lavltes dls- and roacle a faint gesture Grant It was ,
cacao. .* .......... l.-in opee.. cad subjects of local. or concerned I' t .e1'In1cY' ual-inlh: { j lip; iiait, 1 experienced with cne hand;! I shouldn't have stopped>yse the Homicide rrlutwe. Wen lit
I ..... eel ..,.,..*. Let 'It will nut pubUflh. anonymousMEMBER Q Nuts Bierman! Let him And out hung up and )looked at me. b.
I e.-. .....aI_. .in J KJVfit.: t.,?t: M>r 1U1)etQ) !t say Barnes."Just" a he little said.. And sociable he lookedat hello, things to for himself.! But 1 shouldn't wasn't grinning."Okay

I he would have liked to .l e enjoying .tht. a DeFoe again. "Who's: your have stopped so: I ruined it. Barnes," he s**
"It trhatr"" ne jumped at -rber '. no law tlyt epa
triendY was par
I i
temperature here at the time despite the the pause cant llowev.s'. net IIart-

fact that it was not''drowsing\ in the 80's. as j I myself I bristled in that but. caught I shadow boxed with myselffast inlf here and 1torW yell m tM*
and decided it would be with you Ifl<
@ 1949 has 'been usual during his five visits in Key LAKE COUNTY. ILL. Chapter of the National Foundation for I "A Frenchman" by the name of stupid to lie. "You mean Ftn ijUHM the r.A
i. Rene DeFoe, I said. "Was with "It was more of a brawl thana from own -eIke V I Mtoei '
West in the winter time. Paralysis aided the Edgar E. Huff family of Deerfield. 1 the Underground in the war. Met cocktail party" I finally said. ,quietly.He my. .

Key West has:' had a cool spell duringthe ilL. when all six children were stricken with polio last summer. ,I him at a cocktail party yesterday. "I gathered that most everybodythere nodded and MOiIAT'qd .hfe

Pictured are one-rear-old Elisabeth with nurse. Olhers. L to He said he wanted to talk to me had been in one Underground .
last r. '
few days. but it was far from being about lips.
something I made date
so a madhouse
are Edgar. Jr. 7. John, i. Joanna .. and II or another. It was a -
Patricia. 2. MichaeL "This be
"overcoat" weather. In instances the for ten this morning. I. ." believe me. It ended when may your *4te%
5. was still in the ( Barnes" he d .__
hospital.TODAY'S I c mo SMT| e1
XPROVCMZKTS FOR KTY WEST got mad again and choked on DeFoe here and somebody whose
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I average temperature }lias been 70 degrees, ____.____ my words because of the way he name i didn't get got mad at each ;threat in it. ** fm"teliwc. ?.

I I with a few degrees lower during the .... ................................... I Ii -- ----- --------1 glanced casually at his wrist other. I helped break it up. and I to I get could out of tt,;Tiow'J "remained! aln/
i Your watch. the party fizzled to a quick finish .
1. Mare Hotels and I' night. Horoscope "I got tight last night and forgot after that. Now you know all. 'waged. I 4Mftb ?. lyttiufol arg*. i
Apartment Those temperatures provide what is i about m"! I blurted out. "I arrived "Maybe not," Bierman aaid. and met over Isle'patm. ami i
7. teach and Bathing Pavilion. I WEDNESDAY DECEMB7R 29 myself only five minutes there was an edge to his voice. wart to. Truth to ..... 1 I s ,
X. AJ.rporI..aM and Sea. l ocally called "good sleeping weather." 1948-The domineering spirit of ago. Izzy and the cigar stall guy "What were they fighting about wanted out ever since I had U J

r ; 4. Consolidation of County and Probably the President would have enjoyed BIRTHDAY 1 1I this person will prove a bad handicap downstairs will vouch for that""Yoy "If you don't know French It'sa office and: seen doorway Barrroan standing ia mg
I gave him your office key? little hard to know "_
City Government I unless held very severly in What In the lobby downetair I''......
similar temperatures, for a few days at By (IP Newsfearures I Bierman asked after a'long si- Frenchmen are saying.
) check.
.. Community Auditorium. There is a good measure lence. "But took of them fora ed toward J* phone .kauUM wMl 1.
least during his visits here but he had ................. of ability and the nature is ca- I "No!" I snapped. "The door was client: you," he said one quickly and the idea of ,ceJUatf ........ 1 waaaid i;!

what The Citizen remarked on several! oc- JESS WILLARD. born Dec. 23. pable of strong attachments and unlocked when I got here. My nodded at the check. % to let her know what aad happened .jf>
wise planning but the arbitrary guess is that the killer knew he "No," I came right back. "That and that Btrrntaat. wa* an i.
) casions "Truman weather, when not evena 1883. in Kansas, where both the cat*. Abe to ask hrr taw ;;;
desire to dictate may cause disappointment was coming to see me, and got in check was his idea. I made the a
Wamego and St. Clere in Potta- I here first items I had i. rniad aV; 1 decided t
MONOGRAPH sheet was needed for sleeping. if not failure of somehow. When the date only to listen. However:
.watomie county claim him as a time was right he did his stuff. now to taxi up to her play* a ,1
'14m4. Friend of Fuller Warren: Key West's equable climate has 78 native son He plans. I "Of course you have no idea "However now what?" the East Eight iaU-ad of lading -

of Weather Bureau records behindit. tried punching, what he wanted to see you Bierman tossed at me. and ttateninc over a lele .
It k not too late to contribute to the years mule LEGALS i about?" he said more as a state- "However he's my client now." So I walked outside but i dill #
Those records prove that our climate is skinning, ment than a question.I ) I said. flag a cab that cruised ay at that
fftnat fwml for the governor-elect's pa- -- horse trading shook my head. "Your client?" Bierman echoed exact momeat hu.sad. I rtesd

?* t. ()Ofl't be bashful ; come right'up the most genial in the United States during and working as '.CI.I.lelealiar. t. Male "..pu- "Not even a guess," I told him with a frown. "He's dead!" right where. I war and watrhsd t
the winter. That fact has become generally a railroad laborer ra.i. far .Final. lllMharae4iTol truthfully. "He simply asked me the lad with the hack of a- .Art.
MH4. tin the handsome thing. The comuult >at Law 1 31IV > if I face who had .heM hark that
: before (OIIIT OK TIIK CO!"''\TJIUC.K. \ was too busy, and I told himI / VKAY, be technical.- said. utta
e itt waiting- known in the United States because President taking up fight- '10'\' RO.: platT' wasn't. So we made the date." His estate is my client I'm frothing at the mouth .ujr. eels_ .
Truman has chosen Key West as his ing for which s'r.\T': UP KI.OK1UI.IN Bierman accepted that without going to find who got him and walking quirkly' acroee the aati
THE ORACLE I PHOHITK.In further comment. He let me alone send the estate the bill If there walk toward .... 1
Little White House. r he had no real re the MAKKL.KMatr' B of NF.FF for a few moments and made an- is any estate." I t lye .. .........} .

T*r as4>d. -- -- -- -- --
appetite, after r ji
To All Whom It May Concern -- Ji
Business wants to know what it can killing a man lollre is hereby l given that .:n. ;
THINKS RUSSIANS MAY COOPERATE R. NKFK; filed his final report ax i
expect from Government and the public JUt Willard in the ring in Kiecutor of the stale of MAIlKI.: I
1913. He knocked out Jack Johnson U NKKF. drrraMd; that h.- ha.
wants to know what it from flle.l ..ill petition for II
can expect in 1915 and final' din-
The. behavior of Russian representa- became cham- rharirr. and that he will apply t.. I _
both. pion. He was dethroned Jack the llunoral l Kaviru.n .. ,
by It. l> rd. !!
of the United Nations has
tll..i at meeting Dempsey in 1919TODAY'S. County Judge of Monroe County, i i iI'

.M41Ay. Americans to wonder whether Florida.', for, on approval the 12th of djy name nf January and fur I 11 .

VOTERS MAY BE WRONG AT TIMES final wharge an Kxmitvr vt the i .
I is whatever of Sovietevaporation : |I '
( any prospect ., estate of Mahrl. U. Neff. decrn. t '
in the cause of world peace. 'ANNIVERSARIES' this lint day of !*><-.mlwr, 1 4S > Cheap i
The functioning of a democracy is always cn: ) KP U. KFF.Exeeutnr |I
Mr. Francis II. Russell, director of the (Know Xmerlca) "of I the K Neff.l estate, ofMaUl
an interesting spectacle put duringthe
MMe Department's Office of Public Af- 1800 Charles Goodyear inventor Iteceaseddeceit19,111tjanirlY.l5A5.", ,-' *
political season its antics become .
Mf. thinks that the Soviet Union might of the process of vulcanizing' IU,
somewhat bewildering. rubberf.stUl strugglug latter \ TIIK: ('OI >T1 JIIK.K7H CM.! RT. : :
earssjierate. if the Soviet rulers become con- his epochal..discovery and leaving "' |\ ",'U FOK'\itt M ..K'( OINTl., : When ;
The paternalistic pomposities of candidates ,*MJIHII>\. PHOBTF'. you already have lights radio .
il I that the democratic societies of the enormous debts after him, In Ve Fatale of
the blatant absurdities of demagogues born in New Haven. CilAJtOAKKT. PlEKrt, al : : .
Cenn. Died onometlinea
arlriI are not going to collapse. .. "G *' "* .
the deliberate deceit of propagandists July 1, 1860. known a* 'small'dpPfiances and Refrigerator. '"
There may be grounds for the concluaMt MAUUAHKT JANE PIERCE.IrceaneL a.
,J806-Andrew Johnson tailor's
and the subtle
machinations of
eiprwwed.) Obviously the Russians, apprentice, taught to write at 19, '"UT..'.: \I'PUC.\TIO' "'011 f1
selfish individuals make election FIX tb U'.I'\UC'' : | it costs very little to electric
cam- Greeneville Tenn., congressman x..t Il".. iv '.. use an
\ijllk..). effort to advance Communism, mayor hereby gh n h all whim I i .
paigns circus of the first magnitude. senator, governor. It mat nrn that !I.... .Mal<*..lm .
.4I Agin I upon economic chaos to develop Vice President I i,.rcc. as .Kxn utor ...r lh. I.JMVtll I
Theoretically, the selection of candidates and President at \ and Tcytament, ..r Margaret J. Range and Electric Water Heater.
.t..faction. among the peoples of the Lincoln's death born in Raleigh, Pierre. alx. nmelimrs .known. a..
and the election of officials. of the N. C. Died July 31, 1875. M a re.ret Jane l'irie df. has i
wwhl. If there ia no chaos there will)) be filed with the! I Ivrn..nd l
gravest importance to voters. The 1809-Albert Pike noted south- R I..,rd. <'<.unt\ .i"i.l f..r j.
W.w+lyd| di* U \faction and, consequently, west lawyer and Freemasonry Monroe County. Florida, hi*. Final I
position is that the electorate, consiousof T;<-x.rt and has ,indd. .tppli.tuun'fur
.l.. "f rtunity for the spread of the exponent born in Boston. Died hi<< discharge as ,such .Kxeinonl ,
the need of a representative form of April 2, 1891. .tl thin .
f Communism. :2Mh day "r l>t.111 / GO ALL-ELECTRIC !
10.r A 1. l lOf'! AND
government will 1879-William ("Billy") Mitchell .. .
t" carefully weigh the issues (So""li L Mallm I'I.T. .
'IN quite possible that the rulers of 1
World War I ,
ace, stormy petrel Ai lipsutr..f th. \\ill and)
m1 Iluwa, if thoroughly convinced i in n and consider the candidates in an ef- of the Army Air Force in his, .,f \Iar, ar',, "< .1 I., "11'n. I i
iKo s.imcliin1kn EFFECT
.. un \larI1IU..t THESE
t\1a.{MH f ie>xt few years that the democracies fort to secure the services of the man best day, born in France. Died Feb. 19, I Line i'irr..... 4dtv l SAVINGS : I
1930; 'TUn1I.Inl
fitted to serve the interests of the
political .
C** fuhetion. socially politically and ecoftiMdlfaHy. 1882-Raymond S. Patton. director Xtlornev for. KXIIMI.: rUe I ,
unit affected. < 2"!> i l'! 4).in 1 I"-IV i',15
will give up their dream of a of the Coast and Geod'tIC i t
agent) revolution The decision of the people is not always Survey, chief may and chart tf f
adjust themselves maker admiral born Degraff O. TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture I ELECTRICITY:
All the selections hut it should be remembered -. Every Load Fully Insured ,
now stands, there is I.
HlM4l4t.iHg' of a consensus of opinion on the that they sometimes choose capable I Digging wasps feed their brood ]ISLAND( CITY TRANSFERPhone I FOR THE HOUSEWIFE:

efficient and honest servants. All in all, II on captured other insects Storing ,] 166 524 Southard St. .
)pa** Hf |ublic officials that a war between them away in cells along with '
the candidate elected to office is the individual J RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R I
I nwsism the wasp's
and the democracies egg. .
is only :ter. "'. 0 'V COOMXG: : .
k: ...tter of years. In fact the present attMwle who best represents the popular : kitchen Electricity Sarrs'J m 1/2 "/
mind of his i- time.
constituents. This as it often .
It f both of the factions that are lin- .,,

felfr up the nations for the future happens is deplorable. :< '," II ,1SI11,"C. Kleclrlclly Sam
struggle .
That Overseas lip l,, \\6 g I,, tmfuA'
freaks monstrosities and Transportation-
fc that there is no reasonable basis ( crooks

which' the two groups can get together.upon sometimes gain public office does not condemn / IKttVfAY;, Electricity; Sare* (I,, tt \!(* tjtfA ,;??,.

lie. .*J-. fHnents in the next few years might the democratic process. .The same Company Inc. I / CI.E,1.1'I: .''(;, Electricity; Sare' II,, its .50% /
thing happens under other forms of ,
f afcf.r thki. opinion. Nothing could contripWte gov the I ill,,>.

.. to the prospects of a peaceful world ernments. Moreover the popular vote removes Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service
,." C.: 1 IAA/AY
t.. such misfits from power just Electricity. Sores Up ,
II greater degree than a willingness on as -between- n [()% (tr

the of the about as rapidly as any other scheme of tlrt' lime. ___ 7r
I part Soviet leaders to
teN e ration with other p oples. try co- election. MIAMI\ \ and KEY WEST "Ili' fe: :


"Ain't you ketched nothing yet?" Between Miami and Key Wect
.UNORGANIZED An All-Electric
AND OVERLOOKED kitchen banishes
said one fisherman to the other. "Nope, I I mess

aint been home yet," was the laconic re Express Schedule: and dirt
Since the eliminates
year 1940 Federal .
employ ply. (No Stops En Route) struggling with

Nt earning less than $5,000 a year have had LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-

an average increase in CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Arrives tubs and pails of I.
compensation offctxHit INTERNATIONAL UPLIFT at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid. i water rids
sixty!! per cent. f sight iI j r '
In the same period those earning LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT .. .the house of fuel f fumes and soo' .

"'" !! 5'000 have had an Not long ago the United Nations.organization SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid. ; t.
increaseof I
about average ,J through one of its manifold night and arrives ai Key West at I
six per cent. 6:00 o'clock A.M.
The agencies, i4ued; a declaration of human t
less-than ,
-$5,000-employes are of rights. j Local Schedule:

c ssrfe, in a decided majority. Many\ ; of When /the international (Stops At Intermediate Points) I ." '..,.' l.-:."..- "TlrfO/ nl'si S"rricl' Is The One
organization ,
"vote they are organized "
I what w and exert got underway\ in San Francisco, some CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock J : '.' That Due A/I Tire Jots '*
popularly called Y *
political pressure time A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 .
toe ;
ago, general idea
was that it
O'clock P. M. : :
The upper bracket-boys : .
on the other ;
would I ;
get busy the
on problem of setting :
hall 1, are not too numerous. They LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT .
are un- up 1 machinery to keep the peace of the SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock A. M. andarrives .
*riew red 1 and exert little political pres- world. at Key West at 5:00 o'clock

a.r P.M.
Just how and why the workers and I Electric

delegates got the idea that the United FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY City System.0
/ '' The untiring curiosity of childhood 1 .,Nations was designed to reform the world FULL CARGO INSURANCE

a1Ir'1G j+iy of life should never be
escapes us. Maybe it is easier to frame I
.t w Hi-H\ % Ye oldsters keep up with the times declaration of principles than anything PHONES: 32 AND Cor.93 Eaton Franda Sta.

1 JHtCI retain your desire for knowledge. else. -
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Deer, Woman J I, I \ r CLASSIFIED ADS I. IJ".lfIIt. KMMr.i

Shot II aj, if-
By Hunter II i W .HI flp v! pv

GENEVA." I Information for the Advertisers CLft&.Ut Iti of 111aa rw .
N. Y.-While on a of
derr hunt. Mr and Mr*. George I RATES tie 3c a word and the minimum DEADUKE: : Mrs --..... .All.. ..

Tuttle Mt under a tree "onwateK" I Regular Tape charge for the first 15 words To insure pyhlmihin... ... !lit. std. V J. Wes .

Another hunter Frank Advertisements under thishead or less is 45c. must be io the offlre ...... 11 I.i .... ..... if11M' S M ...

Th uinann. 48. of Rochester came \ will be inserted in The PAYMENT o'clock on the day *f Irtttlr. ..... ...aft.. ..1a .. -.
alone the outskirts of the wood | __ Citizen at the rate of 2c a Word Payment for classified ad. tion. lo- l_ ...... -

and. mistaking the woman for a for each insertion, but the vertisements Is invariably in OFFICE: "- .. ... -..-. -
deer, fir d. The slug entered the I minimum charge for the first advance, but regular advertis3rs Business offtre m Tfce. O* I......
middle of Mrs. Tuttle's back 1 words less is 30c. with ledger accounts
I /r 1 $ or may zen Building. rwiter Grand .-
passing.. completely through her Black Face Type lave their advertisements Ann Street D nr U> ...
If and leaving through the The rate for blaekfact typt charged. right
on rnttainfunmmwimiimMiiiwuwuntwnuiMuuuiiittimHttiumHnntiiinin butidutS'fi {
-l.c.t. She was taken to a hosM I -
| <*! in a critical condition. p r 4" i I IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIUlI II mngnum { I .hlm""1"I I

ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED uader the iollewiag coaditionst '
la the eee.t .f errs* ta .JinlU
The WeatherFORECAST tag. transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible ealy let the first insertion .. CLA5MPMHI : -.. ... t tI

ADVERTISING and la DISPLAY: ADVERTISING for only Ute actval amount ef spec enusul .,
: the part of- the advertisememt wkere the crier occurs. I ..tII I I1r Ii

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KV West and Vicinity Partly -- -- -- I ..
rtuudy with occasional showers FOR RENT-STORES FOR SALE-HOTELS FOR SALETM.!. :

M th. area today, tonight and ..

Thursday Moderate to fresh (.tit> Wirephoto via Radio from Frankfurt Large store, 218 Simonton, 33x60.] Small hotel in downtown Key) Two-] ....... tttg.tSr k.d... 4 I.0I .....
easterly winds shifting to south.rsI Reasonable. Phone 682. ask for West Fla, contains S large Rudy, .... ....... 4 ./ T "
Thursday I{ Hf. dec2-tf rooms with 5 baths and two I __ .,
SIX AMERICAN CONSTABULARY SOLDIERS. who said Russians fired on them before taking nrI, lie
FLORIDA Partly cloudy overMith i II them into custody Sunday report to their comm ending officer in Hersfcld. Germany Tuesday apartments.. All in perfect -- 1.- .
and central portions thruThursday FOR RENT APARTMENTS Large lot and good .
Increasing cloudiness" 1 after their release. Left to right: PFC. Chester Collins (partially showing) of Pineville. Ky.jPFC. i money maker. Must dispose 23' buuar .sari.. ItaM tTirrstrSteeys )

irer nurth portion with showers I*i Lester Miller of demons. Ky. Sgt F. Joseph Kelly of Philadelphia: PFC. Robert Deyton of on account of health. Box 532.t 4. tw.t .lei. ....... rf M fir ..
Wednesday night and Thursday Chester. S. C.: Sgt John Warrick of Garrison Pat Pvt. Edward Sues of Andalusia. Ala. and Furnished 2! .room apartment Key West, Florida. Inc.... ... wtinw ....... r. ......
!I Utilities furnished. $23.00 week.I ... ....... ...
Wanner Wednesday and Thursexcept -I the commanding officer. Lt CoL Leroy Frazier of the 22nd Constabulary Squadron. The soldiers decl-tf I Like MW. M.e mY 1111wdta4e4y. .. wi .....
t ly Sea Isle Apartments,. 913 I ........
: M.fie .... 1.Mags I
said the 1
day colder over' extreme I they inadvertently drove their jeeps across Soviet zone boundary at a point where the !
Windsor Lane. decl-tf WI .. ..... {I.
fire a ,
itMtth border : .a
portion Thursday. was not clearly defined. FOB SALE-BOATS AND
Jacksonville through the Flor-I I I ..nail b. ,
Apartments. Electric kitchen.
.... Straits East to southeast --- ---- -- ---
wnd. moderate over north and I Per day or season! 909 Elizabeth -:. FoR SALl-tfHB: MN
ventral purUons and moderate SUMMER WELLES1 COMHTIOX: REP ORTED AS FAIR Street: dec6-tf Cray'marine engines and service..
to -
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trveh aver south I ._ _. .... C( R. Smith, opposite Firestone .. RAIN
today -- -- -- ; -' -.-- .> -0 > yO ___ I II Station.. Marathon. decl-lmo 1'34 Oiir.tbtl. *eehri tGard .... 1
'Muds shifting to moderate to I -',. ..i. '. .! ., Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and t..... tMd. eu.slt......0M.
fresh southwesterly in north and j I ; bath. Maid and janitor services laum-h.1 708 Wuwps.I-. ... "..

central portions tonight or Thursday I ;" I linens and utilities fur' Newt' 1C port utility '( --. .. -- I .sst b..e r 1s1. st..lI

and moderate southeast to : : ;' 1- nished. Coral! Hotel Apart. der Completely equipped. 4-cylm- 142 ChevtvfeC. Meat ....._ ..t. 1...ww/i.iiip itstbM ..4i...
awuth : Gray engine. Ideal fishing'boat. I
uIUUth portion. Partly ments opposite Poet Office. .
Gomez Mariae Service Apply i1'IswtatS lun tMt.ue tnadi ... .. .Aenis
fcudjr Aver south and central dec7-21t
Mftmrta and mostly cloudy in I Imwth ." ,..' ." I Palm Avenue. dec24-4tx')' ....... .as ..... ..... 4)tr) 4Aw11p

pi..ian with. showers to1MfM 1 bedroom I d ,..' II r41IMad
and Thursday. 1 apartment private Marine single cylinder diesel 144 Ford Ttai r !4atlass .... w.4bs.
bath. Seasonal or yearly. No engine
Ct Gulf: Moderate southeast j children 1328 White suitable for commercial mules ...... owar. N ns.
or pets. I
.. 1 Sat 43.A.
smith winds today increasing t Street. dec2S-tf fishing boat. English construc gmpiaal.
*. fn... by tonight Winds occa tion. Very fine condition. Only Ssa I oumrw

s.un.Ur moderately strong in For .1 $lU. Dave's Shell Service I -
colored 813 Baptist Larva
Turasp Box 1912 Opa-Locka. Fladec27. FOR SALE-ST;*C
Apartment, furnished. Sleeps I
I 1
-'t '
ralreote north portion Thusday ( 4. $13.00 per week. Just va-
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1 cated today. 432.W (Walter
... email. craft or storm warn- FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD
3 w+r"a Beebe). Call 432.W an 166.dec2729303t. 65 cubic fast H-riH-hi aai.elam I
.*..* MV being displayed I I FURNITURE k APPLIANCES GE. refr*..r.*.. Tan

1 HKIORT. r' \ rrss be seen *t ..--tea. uV.a] ..41''
Pass VtMl Fla. Dec 29. 1918. I I I Maple twin beds, box springs, innerspring Store, or call 77 e1.c31.It : .1:2::
MH ervelWi taken at City Office! e. Small 2-room efficiency apartment mattresses, chest I .
J '30 a.m.. EST) suitable_for settled lady. Brand new 34x84 jalousie door. .. i1M11L

Temperatures II. I Reasonable 1019 Margaret,I Brand new gas range for apart- AIRS-RADf8S t =-

j Mtafcvct.. yesterday 77 I. Phone 575. dec29-tf ment or trailer. Cot and mat- Radio while.U.wait taw
(loywvfrt. .U.l night ,. .. ., 69 tress. Cheap. 1328 White. repairs
standard price by ceialag..: M I.
I Men. .. .. ,. 73 FOR RENT-HOTEL: BOOMS decl7-tf years radio experience' N) [MM
Netted 69
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Precipitation 4.41 l Wirephoto.SUMNES ;; Overseas Hotel, law rate Cof Bedroom suite, kitchen set washing ufacturing plants .
T.**l U.l 34 hours .03 ins.. fee shop. bar. decl-lmo machine machine. head Strvet .ov341.1Ib tuM. J.
'who. sewing
WELLES (right, former uneneeretary of state wee found unconscious In a frozea
TMI. t4w month 2 95 ins. couch. All condition. ktMl fMMI
in good
I:.<-.- Ito* month 1.39 ins. field near his country home at Oxen HilL MeL. early' Sunday. i b reported in fair condition at a FOR RENT APARTMENTS Apply 908 Georgia Street. REPAIRSELECTRWALAPPLIANCES: lows... .. .. .. .. ...
Tidal IfeM year 4V.01 ins. Washington} hospital: where'h, was f'*) wed alter neighbors.{fevad bun lying in* sub-fzeeung AND-ROOMS eed7-3tx ........ .w- ...- -
Kire. *. th.. year 49 07 ins. weather. At the left is the scene where he was found. He wu lying about 25 feet off the highway \. -- --- r- .......,. .., ..

Relative Humiditr. Iright) in the field near eqiipment In, background. Robert Kirby. 10. .in I Simmons' davenport Kitchen I Washers, iron, varwaav IsM i sage.n .' .P.**. -. -* ..... *-
1:30 ...... plaid( coat first saw Welles. .. 'I Four apartments rooms and light J set 12x1 Phone fans repaired I OHtioat. per(, MM<. .. ".M.- a
$15 rug.
housekeeping rooms. $5 to I ,
Stxl lit
I 1164-M ofeeS
76% ... ,, week. 411 William Street. dec28- I 'i-
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barometer .. .
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(Sea Level). It30 I WANT&D-r.MPLOYM. 1 ///i
semi PLANE CIUSII KILLS MAISUFACTUHER AM WIFE Ued baby furniture: Crib, play _

HIS Tomorrow's ins.10210 Almanac mbe ..:---.- .- -- ---- -- -- .' -_: ..:..: --- I The Stutz Hotel) 410 Fleming pen. basket bathmette Call .Man with tar. wMhport Iii- t YmCTUM: ...lI. co.
SUAMMT 7:11a.m. r. ,. ;: '--i ---- xr Street, has an efficiency apt.I 893R. dec28-3tx employment CtmmoW a., I ....... a.........
Sunset .. and several sleeping rooms vacant ,.-.- rsr.1
5:49 p.m. j t I GE. electric Cheap. 1323 thing needs.,. Box Y I 1S.ter
....mrir 7:34 a.m. ; '<:! :, {: .;. ': Low weekly or monthly; t White Street.range. dec28-tf :tt" t US DU.... fMMrt

Mtat4wl 6:05 p.m. < rates. dec7-tf ---- tr wsle fief
New M... IX-c 30th '. t' I
'n Washing machine, Maytag Comjmander GARDEN AND LAWN INMA111N W/IiIItlf Itutl"
FOR RENT-HOUSES Factory new condi-} SUPPLIES
TIDES ; tion. Price. $IO .OO. I
iNaval. Base) I r ci I I Two-bedroom house furnfehed.i West Poinciana. dec2 -3txI Special price on ...-.+ sack ., i

Tomorrow II i Just redecorated inside. Excellent Bloom-Aid fertiliser Key Nit
(Eastern Standard Time) I i rpM !i location. Season only. FOR SALE-HOUSES Garden and Law Suaa4 I wnrmmcvet
Hub Law II !I Phone 667-J dec23-tf AND LOTS 914 Fleming St.. TW !...
W. *l a m 401am. I I I I e1, 2y

41 p-m 2:56: p.rn. e sae Two furnished houses desirable iolvC t
II ,1bedroomfurnished house. newly i _( tit *
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I .. redecorated. Hot water $80I location. Write owner, Box t LOST

(Hefetence.. StationKey: West) I I per month. Call 1445-M or.I XY. c/o Citizen. dec22-10txj-l I 1
42s Francis Street dc29-tl, Mans new' brawn ii'l""n I' I ;J':1: ; J J J
Tim.ofl| Height a Xn... I'."' '
its r FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE I less wallet niK'i' 'd"hJ.F
atat"Tid." |high water I kw I HELP WANTED-FEMALE. P'R. .s .. ,i .UI. t-I ...._ ._.......'
fUMa. ll.nda j Dining Room seating 77 Furn-! 258W. :!'O i any. ..t. .ri .. ...... ...... "
(UfaleOh 10m 00ft. ..
i Begin the New Year with an income ished homes and apartments 8 -- art ..swe. 1 iw..d a. _
No Name Key a : Pleasant profitable work s 01' ..._". .w i .... ...
to 22 units. Paul Boysen. 6261 ., .,. _.
(..s4 end 2h 2omIMr ,
) i and I : t 1 I r.1
Clrtf t ins: your peighborhood in Fleming Street, Box 303. Key 1 l wire Coughs I ,n ....u...... N. attaa.. sWr
your. spare time. To arrange West dec27-6tx f '" ."_ ... ("'M
iNuleyl4..iat- 40mOeidr tI ', .. an interview( write or phone! I From. Common Colds
l.-.anne I 1 I J Mrs. Smedley Avon, Prodncts; Lot for sale. 50x160 At 3711'I ltlN.,

north .end) 4 2h 10m 4 1.4 ,fl. | Inc. c/o Gibson Hotel Key I Flagler. Call 1576-R. That HANG ON ......- ..... ..

oOo I 'I West Fla dec27-3t d c28-3tx '.' .... ..... ......
I NOTE: .T+ Wirephoto rul"IC"C"U..rtti. | l>cc> *eII .J. ... ....4..
(-)-MHIUS sign- Corrections gees tighc 10 the teat.>1 be> O. of the manufacturer and his Experienced maid. El Rancho FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES to help lumen sod| urd l gent leJc it'\
Ie be subtracted JAY H. LEASON. 47. vice president Argus Corporation camera I t r ataa
I Motel 830 Truman Avenue., phlcfm and aid nature d vnt&t -J I .. .. ..... J
ft )-Pfwa WIn: Corrections to wife perished in this wreckage of their private plane which crashed and burned near Chatta dec28-2t heal fl" under mAtiucJ *", tt
be added.10IHY I nooga. Tenn. Monday. I Notes (Promissary), Ic each mucou nemhranct" Till) v Minimum five. Artman Press,J to ICUIOU!I a KmU ... t re m*..U...swith 1i..Mt1MIfS
--- -- ---- Beautician steady employment .. .
I HISTORY | the ur>Jcr: ianJin-4 \ u MUM the ..
51. .
Citizen Bldg. Phone I .it.-
I for: all round operator. Martin's the "rt u qunkh 4lU.. the ...uihtj .. .. .. .. ... .
Hair Stylist 921 Truman Avenue | *ou are to hate .if n'a(> K.k
I I .t.t b M{ snit
.1447W HVfHiUu' of Texas .... ...-' I dec29-3tx SALE-MERCHANDISE I CREOMULSIONfor ,;.hu.IJ :. :... ,
a i.eerlr'd' tu It..! Uautn as the 28thtet.4. FOR '.. ,.j.. .... .
". bf i Fountain and luncheonette girls. Coughs.ChestColdsIron-hihs:
I***-Cfcurrtay's first YMCA. : Island City Book and Soda --- 't

....... ... I4t.M.i.tiSLsar Shop. 222 Duval. ReopeningJan. ON. Prices. slashed We don't' VP. ice ......-.
100 die as railroad 1st. No phone calls please. want anything left to count. .* ..-- fc-
iIMt/Me/ nr.r Aa.I..tJUl. Ohio Walter Beebe owner. CHILDREN'S CORNER (next HAVANA ) I err. ..... *.. .
.- to Sears). dec29-2tx 'N > rv-..
w dec29-3t I.. 'Wuuiif n* tit
Ml 4-M.a.alu' fire on Amena I M. 1'-1 nwt.-, .. ..It..b
4 s I -''A, .J t. ... .. ,
Ill. ,... IaI euig 1 1vk,4 11CKET .lour-I mm "
.... Cn votes indepen- domestic Bundles of old newspapers at I- a ad. 4u.. ..,
rvM service, or
ent each bundle. Inquire all I > : U <..* 't'-. ..*
-e far Me .Philippine i commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration S2014)V > 4&wn
iI I the Citizen Office. nov20-tfl **n
.rt44-J**.ta hies written no- I iI Service. Phone 7% .W. I ... ---
... ..Herb Hte W.*hin ...n Naval d dec28-6tx (U.S. Ts $3.00 AIWltJo.1 l
iI I .1 One. Dayton electric water pump I : Nit:. 1441 14 .1IHISa
.t .. x with motor and tank com- ... ...
-C.watrys steel output at I STORAGE RfMT.llllMI allll I H'kl I'I.I : w s ::.
Swt6 .. .........t plete. One kerosene oil range. All Domestic : ... .....
II45 Pr..t. RuuselrIi'aIr r, Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor like new. One double-barrel and Foreign AIRLINES I I . . . . .
...... Mr.JA. country stand j Ig I- r commerciaL Phone 798.decltf. shotgun 12 gauge Apply 1028 ( I.p .
4 HIM M KwMhn" Britain arv :. f Virginia Street. dtc28-3tx -- & It .'rM 1

... i vf war.P64lsm..iddr I 1 Jitl.-I k TICKET OFFICE ... w
bombed for aI MOVING AND HAULING Seminole Indian skirts and .... !'
/ierrl. Mews by the Japs I r w kets, Key West Cook Book and : SEABOARDRAILROAD : ,.1 i.

.44 !.*....*r.n planes raid Furniture Moving its seasonings, Tarragon wini. :
II. .S.i. ttt .ol. fret. domaKvW i General Hauling vinegar and herb;, at the Marshall "- ,,
>44-U) >S lH.t Army drives i Every Load Fully Insured Studio in Telegraph Lane :, ,

iill-It.. .bo** fur 13 nutty inTruman's i ISLAND CITY TRANSFER dec29:jan5-2tMISCELLAHEOUS I I> AMERICAN EXPRESS .'/-'t)
... ..- iI Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman
W4 Fact-Finding I dec20-HU i TRAVELERS CHEQUESSimone's "t .. /!' -I
r Wtirphoto .... w
beesnl .... auto. usiwns official I i Tours I THREE WOOD AND BRICK FACTORY BUILDINGS are a mass of roaring flames a few minutes WANTED TO BUY Picture framing, pictures framed 'Ip. ...My I""'" .. y .
.H.. kty A. Wallace for- and matted. DiNegro's, 614 J $10 Southard St.-Phone 2M .". ..--. M .we 1ss '
after an explosion jarred the industrial section of Cambridge. Mass.. Tuesday. First estimates
I: he mould head i Bottled stove for boat use. Phone 1197-M
U R iMt>i U gas Francis KEY WEST
: t-M.I bMiM.4'1 I "' $ HM.flilb 0 W
party fur the ljeideacy. placed Ihe damage at ?100000.; Call 892-M. dec28-3tx dec4-23tJ I

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.M. a.L. SOCIETY 1I'1"i'1I..II..1ll11ll1l1IlllIQiIJItUIJIUUI1mIuummnnmmmnum' NEWS mnmmmmnmna: Board Lions Of Club DirectorsOf !j j GALA GOWNS FOR A GAY NEW YEAR}

Br NIflA LESLIE GULEY Met Last Night i L .' .

.. Pllones. The Citizen Office-51 Modes of the Moment
ReSldence-S29-XJ The Board of Directors of the
.. ......,, Lions Club met last night at the ..
"'"' -'IIIII"DlllllllljJlluulnmlllllll llllllllnmnmlll\lUllnmUllll\ ml.llIIUUlll 18810 DOROTHY ROE -
Lions Den and among other business ST -

._ Many Distinguished Guests, transacted at this meeting, :-" _

a motion was voted that the City
.Including Xavicr; .Cngat And Manager be contacted by the club
and a request W made that the
.' Sarah Palfrey Cooke At Casu Marina vacant, lots and the sidewalks of T
the city be cleaned up. \

Amnnc the distinguished guests I iat I Neville, of Stratford-i>n-A\on. Several suggestions were. made r 5.
.the Caa Marina Hotel during I[: England with their son. haveI for the accomplishment of this i
** the little over a week since it I I j I been spending several_ days at the I very clV c.dutand it was agreed )
opened for the season is Xavier Casa Marina. I that the project was a necessary I

Cufrat, who. with Mrs Cugat From Oslo Norway are :Mr,1 and important one.
, two days there last week !, and Mrs. S. Sontun. accompanied, The ngulaj'inet'ting of the F J1
The C e ats. who were making j j by their two lovely daughters. Lions will be held Thursday evening t c ,< j
they first visit to the Island City, I j I It has been announced that the at the Den. _
rsprewed themselves as very I| formal opening ball of the hotel : .
I M. much piN ed, and announced will take place on January 8th, St. Paul's To
their intention of returning at a Saturday evening of next week.

:.. 7 Dater date The affair will be by invitation Hold Silver 4
-.. Another eminent-guest is Mrs. At that time music for dancingwill _
Sarah Palfrey Cooke, who be Yi :
was supplied' by the well- yN .
..: ...*.lwice National Tennis Champion. ,j known Bob McGrew and his or- Tea Monday 3i 'f.j'
There u also Fred Carpi, ofj| chestra. who are coming to the r rY :
I :.. Philadelphia who. with Mrs. I It I Casa Marina from a long engagement It has been announced that the I
Carpi and their two children are!I at the Broadmoor Hotel in Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's i; i" 4'
staying at tne hotel. Mr. Carpi is ,1[ Colorado: Springs Col. Church will sponsor the annual -
.vfce-prewdent of the Pennsylvania The opening ball is expected to I, Silver Tea to be held next Mon ? ztpx
I Railroad I be a brilliant and beautiful one, day, January 3rd. 1 x
*- Two foreign countries are rep- [ and is looked forward to with The Tea wil take place at the : Mf ::,.
I relented also Mr. and Mrs. Jas. much pleasant anticipation. I Parish Hall, and will be continuous Jc4d ; I A a
from 4:00: to 6:00: p. m. The f
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-- Auxiliary states that the affair i -

.i 1 : .lany Activities. At Wesley. cordiallY is open to invited the .public.attend.who are ,

t, : House, During Christmas; Season Calendar ; '

Of _n __ _' __
'I' ;. Wesley House during the participated in
by the choir of the '
I I .*. :. Christmas season was the scene 'I'church, augmented by six young Coming Events f'OK IM1'ORTA fJ'E"tS Portrait gotcn .T:. ?.

I :. pf many colorful and pleasant acities people from the First Methodischurch. t. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER oj strawberry pink satin, kith snug bodice h'l"elI !

i i .- .; : U\" for members of groups Girl Scout Troop 8, Mrs Merrill Meeting, Board of, Directors 29-, t by glitter embroidered; i blink i'elret.ll .

I v connected with that institution, I Sands leader on Wednesday Key West Woman's Club 1. )" Jo lupplarrd.: 1

I "*** during most of which Santa was evening sang carols for residents j 3:00: P.M, at Home of President __ .
.,,lavish; with gifts, fruit and candy. at the County home on Stock ,I Mrs. Lee Goddard, 417 I
In addition to the attractive Island, followed by a Christmas I' United Street. I --'--- --
party given Dec. 16, by the Wo- party in the garden of Mrs. Ralph Bingo party, sponsored by i Ir-. a -
s. men's club of the organization Payne Craft on Avenue E. Mem- j I Navy Wives Club No. 88. I I .: t :AET PROFIT Genesis of layers and layers of misty net fire fop neiror

T' the held Primary their Christmas and Junior group The !i bers of this troop assisted Mrs. South Beach Restaurant, 8:00 I holiday eienings. Left, yards of iris its' net in a bare topped dress. Right.,

:- -. -* Nativity scene was presented party. in a II little Craft gardens in preparation distributed of the to lovely the Annual p m Siilver Tea: sponsored II, gray lace and net iri//i; / f orrn-f fitting bodice, designed in ,\ett lorfc. ..

'very beautiful manner by thechildren men at the Naval hospital. by Woman's Auxiliary of St.Paul's .
of the t -
Kindergarten at "
of the congregationwho Church. Parish Hall
"". their party. Fndax morning, Dec. attended the presentation of 4:00: to 6:00: p m. i ze.K j
-17. Santa was present with dolls the motion picture, the "Child of TUESDAY, JANUARY 4th- r 'a
and coat hangers for the girls Bethlehem", at El Salvador Regular meeting, Key West ;
books and tops for the and F,1 ti ;
boys church, on Wednesday evening, Woman's Club, 3:30: p. m. at Ydl- a '
: plenty of oranges, apples and adjourned to Wesley house to Clubhouse on Duval street. ,
9.. candy for tJ. On the same'day complete the evening with entertainment THURSDAY, JANUARY 6th- et
w members of Girl Scout :Troop 5, Miss Nan 3C Morgantold Meeting Key West Gardena i .\ ;; .
m.1 Mrs,Lee Thompson leader held a Christmas story and Club, 8pm. Place of meeting 6 + .
"" their annual Christmas party. clever Santa Claus provided fun to be announced later. b .
This group _is largely responsiblefor for those presentArrangements SRATURDAY, JANUARY 8th- >
the distribution Christmas for the season's Formal Opening Ball' Casa f A
\ seals in Key West festivities Marina ,
II- were under the super Hotel. .I By invitation t y.
Sunday night Dec. 19, Miss vision of Miss Lottie Green, head "
Marie Frakes of,Wesley house diretied i j'I resident of Wesley house and Two Births In 1
( the pageant presented at'' Miss Marie Frakes, kindergarten i

f r. El Salvador church, which was I teacher. I 1 Naval HospitalA I 1 i .K

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I. .., Intermediate seven pound son was born 1"i c
. ; Training Of in the U. S. Naval Hospital to i \. ; :s 1' d ; tt444
Mrs. Lydia Keeton. wife of Afton *
j I i I : firs Baptist Church's Xmas Party Keeton, HMI, USS Clamagore I
U. S. Naval Station. The baby has

:.-.. "VTho of Intermediate the First_ Baptist Training Church Union I'i I were J. A. Figaro leader; Mrs. A been named Kar Marshall.
1 f. field their annual Christmas F. Bennett, sponsor, Mr. and Mrs y' itt'
party -
-. on Thursday, Dec. 23. Calvin Willard, Rev. and Mrs A seven pound ten ounce sonwas s'., z
born to Mrs Virginia Work r,
-... After having delivered a George Ray. pastor of the church; rags: wife of Douglas Workings. x k sr
:": Christmas Basket to a shut-in, Mrs. Tracy Fairfield, the Misses SN, Fleet Sonar School Naval 1 1.llTti ; I
and singing Christmas carols the Lorraine Bennett, Laverne Car- Station, the boby has been named
party returned to the church an- rero Betty Kaye Fairfield, Helen Douglas Walter. 4I
: hex, where moving pictures, in French, Mary Ellen Kelly, Frances -
..:. color, previously taken of the Intermediate Meggs, Lillian Russell, Carol ................. I I I 4
group at a beach par- Skaggs Joan Stravlme, Ljurell vk
:.. ty, were shownRefreshments. Walter, Nancy Watkins Ann q.. jPa..r

"': were served White, Barbara Wood, and the
: and a very enjoyable evening Messrs. Ramon Cole, Mickey Mc- R
-w was had by all those present. Nichol George Cathy and Morns ................- ':' .u.... L----..,.... .r'r. iLe
Attending the Christmas party Skaggs Son To Keetons s _._ ..- '< .. -

-- ----------- Mi and Mrs Afton Keeton an- : I'll E (:.4 otk- J UTOIU: "I\ .)LODE RUlE SHOt "LDERS; TEEN: IJfE.tU Dale FOR TilE R ILL1
.. s ,' nounce the birth of a son at the tail dress in / c" J-lriiii-
C/ 'Frank Tedder Ftill-tkirted grataffeta Dramatic bite brocaddres in stcishy: taffeta .\
Hospital at 11:37
.0:. Navy Wives a.m. on mel blink silk/ jersey *
I December 28. I gains with apron elrals- satin erenins{ gaunt, trill 'family aii" net and lace orer tafetle,

Making; f. First i Howled The youngster weighed seven tlesignt'il betlie. ery' front and bark, and by a .>etr' \"(,rk ia Jok. Designed by" trills kerclsief-1slesirjpr. saint
pounds at birth, and has been Ko enslein.
I I, cuffed! bod'ue. Hab
y 1 Visit Since 191 Tuesday -- --- -- -- -- .
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J Frank; Tedder, former Key The father i.> a hospital man. i lUiiiuimiiiiiniiimifmmiiiiimmmiuiui'immmuiimKey !; t
.. Wester who has been living in i!!! Lucille Blais bowled 189, the first class, and is serving aboard Murder Cases i r\u>iiu: Ql-E l'lo\El) 1\ DKVIII OF .1-
M Largo, Florida for a number of : highest score of the Season at the U.S.S. Clamagore SS 343Zunermanns : West InI I
the Navy Wives Ilastingsrrhinks
years, is making his first visit Bowling Session > 'I" ._ .--..... .. ___ ;
to here since 1914Accompanied. I| Tuesday morning at the U. S Have Son I Make Live Record: I
j Naval Station I Gone ( II By HASTINGS BAKER
Bowling Alleys. Days By
by hi? grandson, Lt. and Mrs. R. G. Zimermann I .
.: Charles Kilgore, he is visiting W.I 1 I Runners-up were Emily Des announce the birth of a son o It'I Russia often t:t'.I- ti" L'hrN
Armier, 149, and Pauline Holmes nAS ALAMOSA Colo. /P> In his
y R. Tedder and family at December 26th at 1:30 p. m. I TAKEN FROM FILES -( .,
131. t !on; as its 10\\ n l"\ atte prtf
+ Gnnnell Street. and OF THE OTTT7EV or 37 .
expects to the Naval HospitalThe gars as a lawyer George )JI.
""_ remain until Friday of this week. I Other bowlers included the youngster< weighed 8 I DECEMBER 29. 1938 Blickhahn has defended 25 tit:% peiialK.\ .11 i "tinflpm .
The ,,visiting Mr Tedder has re- Mesdames Frances Gainer Betty pounds at birth and has been I uiiiiiiuiiuiiiimii'iiiiiummiiiiiiminniuiuimuinmuf'! I accused of murder.. Not \ ri ,il vetb 'p..\< t l 11.1 t heti .
marked on the many changes that H art m a d, Barbara McLean given the name of Richard Gait one nus to paying l".tnl: NatuH.nses. .
have taken place in Key West Jeanne I j'i Reynolds, June Tucker Zimermann, II City _<1d i cuunU officials andI has been given the death sentence -I t Xl! Russia' 'LI\S nlr

Mnce 1914. He says the city is Pearl Wood, Vesta Cook, Corky Mrs Zimermann is the former I committees representing several ,i :.ii.ull pen tti 34 tu tut ab...
twice as large as it was then and Herron and Vera Wood. Dorothy Dungan. local civic oisanitations received Only two, in fact, were convicted tt r t' ame o" p,'" '.:d Ca:,.na ,.'hiI:

that co many improvements have There will be no League pl information today that the application of first degree murder and d- .practically in.ih.h! t lit. v.tIt. .
** .* been made that it is scarcely until Friday January 7, 1949. ayTODAY'S IRTIIDA YS' that had been made to both of them won outright freedom = of tbttt Ttif. lll'.1 i ..
recognizable Navy wives who would like to the Federal Works Agency to 4 we ovii 'i\ t tn: .i- miiio&bta.
He and his grandson are enjoy- bowl are invited to see NCCS (Know America) erect a community hospital in on reversals by the Coloi ado t d- It 1_ ._sit. .,::.i i crop
ing their VISit. Mr. Tedder is'"Executive Secretary EileenCoughlin U. S. Senator Lister Hill of Key West had been rejected supreme court. Two otheis 1"<11 the I'lt'ht-' ,''.,,1111' :n ..
1 ,. greeting old friends here, and :'olr.I 1! or Manager Vera Wood Alabama born in Montgomery'AO .y were convicted of second dej:n" t ,..J i M should t 11.1\ t h. .at)..
Kilgore who has never visited :' next Tuesday morning at 10 Ala., 54 years ago The Citizen received a card today murder and one manslaughter. -':*.! .. of exptnH" : .- a"
I Key West before stated.: that he o'clock, at the Naval Station Thomas Corcoran of Wash from J. Mark Wilcox. retiring The 20 others were acquitted. !. pill to pi ..\. ?.it t. Mt ...
.. IS much imprt: bed with the ; Bowling AllevPersotial. ington, lawyer, fc onetime famed representative in congress from iKe only to h.H'"J'i ell
!bUnd CitvOgdens Roosevelt brain-truster. born i in''' this district !" hatchet nun i iit .
t : stating that he had I penenced exceedingly; good business .. .j- .1
Mention Pawtucket, R. I., 48 years ago. '< joined the law firm of Hudson!; during the Christmas season .. ..ldwhat\\ ... .. .I.t i ,ve ;"
Benjamin T. Brooks of New :' and Cason; in Miami. j All rooms in hotels were Y tt <>tianKtiin. o:: I I
; SpendingHoneymoon I \ York, noted consulting ihemist, 1! I I occupied. ,. ,,' to w.IK i t '.. d \ jnUvvt
.. Mr:: and Mrs. John Pinder and born Columbus, Ohio, 63 j'earsago. I The Citizen today publishes the '! date own t.,j i I. ".t .c....
their son and daughter-m law, i I opinions of eight Key Westers r :Mrs. Stephen W. Douglas, presIdent ., .>: ?( the. A ", I, &.
I Mr and Mrs Everett Pinder Roy F. Hendrickson of Washington about the proposal to establish i of Key West Woman's Club, I ",i' tires iii' :llh .. sly I
I In Key 'West' left over the highway this morning former U.N.R.R A. deputy I parking meters in Key West, and i I' said today that Mrs Ethel blur +y z r I P"....' !t\:
|i for their home in Miami, I general, born at St. Ansgar, Iowa, : the majority opposed the proposition ; rel of Miami will lecture at a
Mr and Mrs John L. Ogden i, after spending the Christmas holidays 45 years ago. : I II If I meeting of the club on Tuesday I
Jr. who wire married in Brooklyn I in Key West with friends Charles Stillman Morgan of f afternoon. __ .. KleclroniledIn
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l New York on December 23, ( and relatives II.., ."
Washington noted ,
J economist t i. The Trumbo Hotel and Trailer 1
arrived in Key West yesterday to j jM born at Niles birch, 57 years ago Park will be opened formally fore I iI Charles II. Ketchum was elected j i
I ..{. nd their honeymoon here_ j I Miss Marilyn Bennett student Judge John P Hartigan of th I the season on January 1, T. E. i I president and Archie Roberts-j t' W. "I->. ,.1. l BathtubPEORI )
c They are visiting the groom'parents. s !, nurse at Jackson Memorial H Os- U. S District Court, Providence.R. '. Price, announced :
Mr and Mrs. John L. I IOftdvn. ''pital at Miami, Florida has re- L, born in Providence, 61 i owner. today. i iI i i ii vice Church president Service Club of the at Stone meeting MURDOCK: HINTON .(seated). 48-year-old farmer from Luc. .\ I I'' I'| ,' Fut "
a -
-- Sr ilt 9-F Porter Place turned to her studies there athaving ter I !' ..I! Jei-t .
il years ago. Today Representative Bernie held last night. dale Miss.. is questioned by Mississippi and Alabama \ i v \ Mild
Mr O den, Jr is in the Merchant spent the Christmas h oli- C. Papy was named chairman: of ;: police in BjadUv t.'J
Marine service, and with]I days with her parents Lt. C o mMichigan State Colleg's cross the Jackson Day committee for Todav The Citizen in an jail at Pascagoula. Miss. He surrendered near Hurley. Mu. in nl.It.Aa" <'Id.i .( ?., r I'
I J I Met Ofden. who was the former I mander and Mrs. Arthur F. Bennett country team in 1948 achievedthe I.{ Monroe county !' editorial paragraph: says a four-day search in three states for the slayer of bathtub ii( h.- -1.. Mamn Sbon of Brooklyn New ,' and sister, bliss Lorraine first harrier "grand slam" in > "'\"PA u in the Itmeans four person when ;an; t';.et' ., .:, ..
i .. ...York aR now residing in that I', at their home 730 Eaton' history by winning the IC4A, i Managers of Key West hotels : discipline and army the now.end of at his farm on December 22. Hinton was chargad with the PAr ntl) toppled ,nt,. 1' -ub
I wty. street ISCAA and AAU races. 1 I reported today that they had q- monkey business." C killings.
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CHICKEN DINNERS young New ANGELES Zealander- When, whose British I Electricity Super

Bf FRANK CAREY. Associated Press name was withheld was convicted BIRMINGHAM, Eng. (/TOld > ,
Science .
here of stealing a car. placed
and inefficient electrical
appliances -
AUBURN. Ala--On the bill-of fare of the mosquito, chicken :on probation and ordered to,1 are wasting a lot of
appear to be a choice over man. 'make restitution, the youth left Britain's inadequate power sups I I;
This U the preliminary for homeland without paying. A pk+es. I. A. R. Stedeford, Chair- )
gathered by researchers a. gesture of international goodwill I man of Tube Investments Limited '
of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute who the New Zealand Government
contend that common told a company meeting here '
yarietiea. of nuisance" mosquitoes are hitherto-Unconsidered has paid .the $1,300 debt':I "A tremendous amount of such V M.arket
inreau to me nation s produc.t[ owed by the young man. It will I'I}equipment including a million'
tion of eggs.They be paid back by the,youth in in |electric cookers, has been in ser-
stallments. ; 'I
also My that mos. I vice now for 10 or 15 years and ,II
qultoM-gi*.n a chute among LETS !by present standards is very inefficient 1
chickens cattle and bogs-apparently IN.THE Edward Corsi, New York State:: and uneconomical, both I I WHITE andI'Rtsii PETRONIA STREETS
commissioner, born in i
prefer to fill them- LAENU 100Ks 1 l I in electricity consumption and J I
..Lee! en the blood of chickens GOOD! Italy, 52 years.ago. maintenance and replacements," j
about nine times in ten. !he said. I It ic
Thus they conclude any programs f ,, s San SAL NER his arm chicken and:"_those that pickedthe t I I.j BOSrWA BITTS R(g. Can llnnCs TOMATO

control designed through to achieve ue mosquito of- ,, Yk CR'fRIED' EH .in"The favor ratio of the was chicken three ,to" Hil one:1 i.j,c 1 GIFTS 1 I I;
DDT and other
measures should S $Z50 1i
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pay primary attention to chicken I 1 t said.The SAUCE 2-11c(
I researchers say they hopeto I
as of the these preferred high-ranking restaurants -I, i, have more extensive tests:! For All Ot'casitrrrsALSO i i'I
line. .
along this -.1.:1'1I0IUIEIS:'
pests of nature. i
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Research at Polytech headed i! In studies designed to test the; For the }'Ol'"'(, TEMJER BEEF
efficacy of DDT in controlling TOYS
by Dr. S. Allan Edgar, is con-1 I I
chickens screened the 'skeeters in chicken house, il t I CHILDRENTropical
ccrncd primarily with the "nuiaanee" against l-Ccnt Stile. Powder
I l .
insects produced 15 cent was found that a week aftei I
mosquito as distinguished' per l
from the malaria-transmitting: more eggs for the year than did spraying with the insect-killer;I Trader LIVER Lb. 52c
type. And the"scientists I birds left open to attack. I chicken houses that had a nor \
mal population of about soc,1 718 Dual Street
out that the "nuisance" mos The conclusions are that i FAB 2 PKGS. 39c
Quito. in one form or another, is the mosquito's choice betweenblood I mosquitoes had no more than i PHONE 1000
four of the insects.
found in all parts of the United I j from the birds to lower jl -,_._---. _.__ ) I4-L0. I'RI\TS COLORED OLEONuAMaid
States as far north as Alaska I their egg-producing capacity.In .
la Alabama, I Ii
they say. one I tests
designed to determine

type also can of carry"nuisance"'a disease mosquito called j j I the mosq. itoe's, choice of food, :: THREE HOTELS IN JVTI Allj\ 1 at POPULAR PRICES Lb. 42c A'o. 303 Can 1)L1.110.11.' 'C

"fowl pox" from one chicken the Pol>tech scientists capture
i Located in the Heart of the
t. another-and they are seek.r'r insects and subject engorged City
tag evidence as to whether i, blood to techniques used by RATES ROOMS\ WRITE or WIRE FRUIT
this same pest might even criminologists to differentiate be- REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS
transmit cholera and typhoid j I t tween poultry, animal and hu- with BATH and TELEPHONE 2-LB. B0KRAFTS 4MERICAXCHEESE
fever from one human being j man blood.

ie another. I In a spot check to: determinethe I Ford Pershing MillerHotel \ COCKTAIL. .
They have suggestive evidence -
j mosquitoe's choice between Lb.ARMOUR'S 89.
on what Alabama's No. 1 chicken and man. J. E. HilL a Hotel Hotel :

mosquito nuisance-the "culeaxquinquefasciatus" graduate student working with 60 N.E. 3rd SL 226 N.E. 1st Ave.
NE 1st Ave.
can do to Dr. Edgar's group shaved his 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 229
chickens in the way of affecting: arm in a mosquito-filled cage 80 RoomsSolarium Bumblebee RED
lowered: egg production. j where a chicken: also rested. Elevator Elevator Elevator LLOl'ERBLOOM CHIDE u"J...." .MEDIL .MIn ihiskutt
In 1946 when the population He left his arm there for Heated
of mosquitoes was high the sci-I I more than an hour counted the 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
cntuts found that a group of. mosquitoes that gathered on I H Salmon I IBCAN
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t -w ith an)thing! else offered cars are delivered with aeces'ou pa>-all the details of the

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: delivered prices shown here. ourselves to add no "extras" So we repeat: Check the price. I

you do not want. Check the policy. Buick's the buy

'. tt I' Hut don't stop with that.! Check 3. NO COMPULSORY TRADE.INS.any way you want to look at it. li No. 303 Can Del Maiz SMOOTH or CRUNCHY
the under which Huicks
Selling used cars is part of our
arc !sold-and see for yourself business.Naturally we like to j STA-FLO PETER PAN
1 that BUick means a better deal take in C. STYLE
cars trade.But you do
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nothing but charges( that \\crcklandard knowingly be party to a sale LISTED I IN ROADMASTER MOOEl3-AREa 19c 31e $
.practice in figuring( ( of Buick cars to any individual BELOW AT LE/T.
prewar delivered prices. You who in the c, *.and __
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""' rvceite: an itemized bill of "gray! market. Our interest :;_/'Q IrOC .ho y
,b wade '.-11 .. donSUPERnodelhr SWEETENEDGRAPEFRUIT 13 1-2 Oz. Can Hunt's
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No Drinks For
ITALIAN DOCTORS hospital treatment. 1 I they receive are turned over to j 11I 1 aboard merchant ships. One I European officers; must rtsp*ct I
Similar services exist in the I the hospital nearest the radio!,was for internationalization of the sancity of Islam and refrain. MASOON cmr.' ...1..-M i
Jnited 'States, Belgium Great I station:: There it is examined by.i ii Ii medicine: chests. Ships of some Pakitasn Of f iicalsKRACHI from drinking or they may of the ......... rs ire""
SAVE LIVES AT SEA Britain Sweden and Norway.i the doctors on duty, who leaves i,nations he said, have only a restricted -I choose their future elsewhere," I bladetame heuMlull, .. teo. ... tit
Argentina also has organized a when his tour is over Thus the quality'of medicines and -(VP>-Din Moham- tMaw 'Ikr7 ...
be treated pedal medical service for ships patient may everyday carry! I tined with wMf 1: tt teeae
med Governor of Sind has :
HOMK r4' -Scorn of lives have: been! saved at sea by Rome's n South-Atlantic. The advice is by a different doctor. With ]products unknown in most states.j Jinnah, founder of Pakistan and and >ii I hiap*. IV eil.
....... Radio-Medical Center (CIRM).* nostly broadcast by coastal Rome medical center, the doctor j I I warned the European officers of its first governor-general drinks IM dress rant i' HI see howl _.
t IV.* ....... GuMia. director of the "Medrad" merchant navy sdio-centers. who first prescribes for the The New York Yankees (The the Pakistan Government against are not to be served at any official has 8. to SaBvy ....., I
Some other services ProfJJullda ; patient follows him throughout ]New York American League drinking at parties. function but the practice
i fMfc r> call it uv* hii organization founded in 1935 has given freer (: says, have the inconvenience -1!!his illness. 1 Baseball Company). was once The governor aid: "Islam has prevailed of drinking in private
I sisera. advnr' ". HunJcrds of,. : of not using the proper 4 1 1 Prof. Guida advanced some 1 known as the Highlanders. prohibited drinking and as ser- functions. Mail The Citizen to";
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I in the wells of the Hindu
Bf JOHN L. SPRINGER. AP Newsfeatures Writer loly: city of Benares in the form MAEKETCOI

NEW YORK-The man from Missouri who had to be'tO& : a tiny, transparent centipedee BAIRS
shown provided Amcricx'a newspapers With their biggest shrimp.
of 194tJ. according to results of a poll of Associated Press story Or B. N. Chopra formerly of-
editors. member .,,'latmg Director of the Zoolo-
The editors voted I al survey of India, said that
overwhelmingly that Harry S. Truman
feat of ,', ancestors seemed to have
spectacular stumping the
experts and the Presi-
winning Mesozoic
unshed during period
election_I ?1AmElatast all expectations was the greatest the earth's history over 100.- Ducal Street, Corner of Olivia; St. We Deliver
single event 01 me year. ,If. _J9OO/Q j::cars.ago.
Second place in the poll in r ? ? e--: >r': '.,,Otto?\yprerfntatives -bI this
which top news executives t never had a hero of the ditnenf lent (Phieatoidea: Iso-
t : group
all sections I!sums of the former inmate of a ,
from of the confined to Aus-
> arc now
participated went to the "Bat- I BaltiHiore;,reform school who set ?.da fTqasmtlnia'F i>Jew.. Zealand*i 9 S x
tie of Berlin." in which was : an atVWfte. horre: f t1 i : to symbolized of the relations growing between deterioration he 1927 died.-::That of cancer idol;jjf.Aug ja .1 t>i 16.i( ati f .de nth said. l"icaO its discovery" .r" India j Ring In Happy EAR

Soviet Russia and the west. An Anti-Commoftnist: ist inres- '..t si jfCrl",to the view about i 1 yEAR 1fW'
Important part of this story ;, tigations. Prolongs of r.V1*",J JI f." c nsttute! oi the Gondwana j j V
was the institution of the Berlin House Committee on'un-Aaie>;; '..livhen, Australia Tasmania '
I I Affairs the best Foods and tctkeA Aclvdntage of the Savings you
airlift-the unprecedentedaerial produced a series l'l'ican ,w Zeal:: :cd. Southern Asia THE BEST RESOLUTION Enjoy
ferrying of food and sup I[ of sensations during the year. 'itfi :Africa t-""South Amerifoynod BAER'SH!!!
ap the Old in the New at
plies into the western zones of The greatest came in Decem r one big southern land are assured of by Our Small Profit Policy. Ring out ring
the German capital city after II bar when Whittaker Chambers ;s. I .
produced top secret documents
the Russians set up?a blockade -
of the railways and roads. allegedly taken from the State ;
In order the tolldvving stories I! Department Chambers involved h YOUNG CORN-FED PIGS
aso! won top ranking: Alger Hiss, who denied his OBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES j ,
3-The birth on May 15 of I' charges. and ...
new nation Israel and the prom-, I" q4 SUGAR CURED
inently by AP editors included I
fight for surviVal against the: :I 2UVAL ST. PHONE 250

which countries. Bloixkhed it was of the immediately in Arab tX League&tine plunged. was into a- i I I Defeat Italian American of election the re-Communists arming; Stepping, and in up thepeacetime the of I J I J Complete We Hare Line A of !i i

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continuing' tory throughout the I draft; Communist seizure -. HAMS 1b. 39c .
year. i I'j of Czechoslavakia; Birth af a j -\reiv Year's Cards
Assassination of Mahat- I son (and possible future king) to'Britain's i
I Princess ElizabethCleveland's I
JM Gandhi India's "man of Woe Id ;;j I,.:yal Standard and PortableTYPEWRITERS
I Seriesvictory
who had lived
peace. to see .
the Boston Division '
over Braves; '
on* of his dreams! realized -" "Ii}
when his country won independence I of national the Democratic political campaign party in; Conj the j i I Grade "1Weslern Beef GOVT; INSPECTED GRADE "A" .: .Fresh Killed Grade "A"
from Britain in 1947. .
I I toiidation sof ,We tern Kurot ,1 CORN-FED:: BEEF; '
killed his ; *
was prayer meeting on by a way Hindu to la-a I and Republican n<>mmntii>nJre-i ': Jit' 1.26' fREaYcLEs Boston Boneless Ft A POULTRY ;
Rarde l by many then as e4ui3lent SIRLOIN .
natic Jan. 30. His death I lf.
to election: ) of Thomas E. .
mourned the world in- DRESSED and DRAWN
spired India's Hindus and over Mos- I Dewey: for .I',.. .. DEL MONICOGrade 79c'STEAI :
lems to work together to end : II' 'j" OVEN lAG
$39.95 and
'. up FRYERS. lb. 69c
their long and bloody feuds. i STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEF: { .
Also Siii of BICYCLES.
Congressional approval of : .
the Marshall plan through appropriations I'I TRIUMPH TRICYCLES and WAGONS Lb.
to get the European Re COFFEE posit will hold any merchandiseon I ROAST White
"A" Milk-Fed
.11) 89cCHICIENS
eovery Program under way Assurances MILL our Lay-Away Plan TURKEYS. .

the Western of American democracies aid inspired to- I at Overseas Cycle Store I' CHOPS lb. 69c
keep up their resistance to Communist I All Grocer 0!) Truman Ave. Phone 1380 II 65c
pressure Reports late<< this'i A U a.AAai : II ).
year, indicated that the $;fi(OVt- .
_000.000 appropriation;; i od--by;; I .. PALOMILLAOR VEAL ROAST lb. 49c
Congress in June was bringing I
ahuut recovery in western tuI: I CAPONS. lb.89cTOES.
rope I II Western Beef Grade "A"
,6-The cost of living Through| Ii I -
. part of the year, many prices I I I lb. 69c
gent up and up. In the nation's* CHUCK. : : ; ... .
kitchens the story of Amenca's'pc.twar '' e1 I V
inflation was perhaps I t i '
the Ufgest story of 1948 But at' :: : i
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they- were down from their peaks and '
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economists' were saying that perNape ; Lb; a>
the tioiim had l spent; its, IB. 79c : 'RQAST .
y- \ : HENS S2.49
fart Communist advances in j,. .' .' _' U .
China. Communism marched I tea ,. ., y. '- : ; -.">, ; '
la the Orient the Reds moving ; I SUCED BREAKFAST; ; Fio'c 'lOVits'1 ; ABLACKEYE:;. t J .ARD 23c 1

control iato all Mukden of October and to I II ,. I (x BLACK BLAWb. .. LB. |

snaking big gains elsewhere in I ..., -- :. ..
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China so that it was necessary. > -
la December, to proclaim martial i! ALL BRANDS EVAPORATED .. U S.'NO. 1 WHITE ,
law in the Nationalist-held It '
.,... Generalissimo Chiang I POTATOESSTRINGLESS .; 5 Lbs. 19c
Kai-shek, head ol the hard-
preued Nationalists appealed MILK 3TALICANS33C
for American aid. His wife

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S Madame Kascnkina's attempts MAXWELL HOUSE ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
to stay in America The' FOR HOME' or
R+ilNan I-bnrn schoolteacher did I I
.... MI to return to her native' .ONIONS 2 Lbs. lie '
....... When she wa detained.I COMMERt< USE I Lb. SIcNO. BROWN
a..irlt her will he said-in theHuman
comMttate in New York. We Are Prepared To Furnish You With j CALIFORNIA GREENTOPCARROTS
die b+fwd from a window AugH. -
In a critical condition she was Clear, Pure CUBES fir CRUSHED ICE 1 2 CAN DONALD DUCK Bunch 9c
taken to a hospital outside SoietfenMietiun ,

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.. rot the It United also led State to expulsionfrom > of the ( DI1 iSION) JUICE . .:. _.'. ": '. 25cv

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PLUMS\ 19c Corned Beef )HASH)I can :33r:
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You'll fuJ bcrgoini galor, real 49c
m ney- aving values in every de- I . e 8-OZ. CAN HUNT'S I

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is rtM'1 the convenient, timesaving from way to i itp i, For>' tJic Fes live O ecu si;on I
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alter typing'this piece on the Tall Can 1 lOc
perils .T| pedestnanisni. Cynthia -
Lowry dodged a car ,.
while dying to cross a street .
in New York. fell and broke May } (J11IEt'r! : Dream Come True Your Every Wish Re Fulfilled 1 The Days AlLeadHAPPYJ ARAIOUR'STAROORN.EDfBEEF
her toot in three places)

depending A friqhtenmq on-your wonderful.point of I I N EW YEAR TO one randAdllJ! 9 r ...

view-thiaq happened in Los : : -.) 1 -

Angeles the other day. I .. L 12-Oz. Clllt.; 4 / C
A man limbed unto a streetcar 1 .
and aked the motorman if ,
he rwojni him. When the 1 ; FRENCH'S FRENffiIS! C if .
said the questioner Ih'111I'11") *. CORN' 1 SUNSIFEETPRUNE .
moturman no. IZ-OL.wfult 7 c 4 .. : .,.
identified himeJf as the block guy .i' Kcnirl CANlips Good Luck Black '
you nearly ran over a Pepper
bark" N" hat ked the motormanfiercely
over the head with the ()IE CRusrrOz I r* JUICE
tr.Mey contiotler bandit. tosse.tthe i IMonlGAKDKN(' Sweet PEAS 30319c 1
meU rnan out the front win Cana u
dew Then he HimUxl down train Earl 1 )' C;\HUEN MIX\' l2JjCPLANTER'S
the street car and prompts di: e Quart ; .. .
appeared in the crowd I rind
ThM a.tivHy I prupiiM to in Del Moot FRENCH'S
tMptvt M the opening Run in COCKTiPEANUf lJ
the/ lung-brewing war between E lrll Lima Beans 303 25 FILLING ,
petl a td drivers I'm on GREED; ( ; Pure VanillaItiilllr .
the tide.f the pedestrian in this: CAN 1 lot l,
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