The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 30, 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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County tomorrow.
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was about to break into store ; CANAQA and will not be
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on- f families at an ted Nations Security Cotllll il tl> -t
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to enjoy a belated Christmas Dutch forces wiil step ftgbttne >t
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I '. celebration. Java at midnigHt tomorrow
+ James Edward Hill. 16. of 119 LT. COL. EMIL G. BEAUDRY *- Air base Key West will be closed: at 2 evidently will i l t not BO 1 11i 0 IJ
i All the men are reported to be
,, EdgcuiNxl street. Baltimore and I. (above) piloted the C-47 Jato- p. m. tomorrow and will not I i effect according tu wfumwtKifi

,. said he had served time .in the equipped plane which landedon i in good physical condklion. They ,. f Gander be opened unti Monday.One I i received here today from Ba.
I skiis and rescued 12 ma- said they experienced' no handsnips ; tavia.
reformatory of Maryland. I hour the stamp window i
I while on the ice. and that Native republican teeu.w. tlireport
rocned U. S. airmen from the
t Capture of the youth who admitted i at the Key West Post Office i
stated" have tied lu h IU
Greenland ice the only thing that had bothered-
I he had stolen a car at Mi- wind-swept cap will be open Saturday morning. I I and jungles awl haw begun
Tuesday. A native of Man them was the monotony of waiting >
j ami Beach in which he had driven to be rescued.Rotarians. Th-t' will be from 8 to 3 a. m. i| guerilla: warfare. attains the
f to Key West came abouti I chester. N. H. he U attached to j (.fl1)) Wirepholo Map The Naval Station at Key Dutch The i icasien of th' n i I'"+u i
the Westover Air Force base West will be closed on Satur I bean army asserted th-t ti I .
j through the alertness of two city in Massachusetts. Told I THE "X" on this map shows where 12 U. S. airmen were rescued day. I will make raid on Dub tx.t

policemen, Patrolmen Rene Ra- from the Greenland i ice cap Tuesday. The rescue was made by I I I posts and attacks MI titie ,

I iole and Winston L. James. : a C-47 plane equipped for jet-assisted take-cfL It took off en : 111..1'.1'1" I ever they arc given opOMtlunii < .
About France .AI
t They received a call at about Grandfather .1 its rescue mission from Blue West 8 Air Force base (star The Guerilla attack wil! !* .-

4 a. m. that a young man has I map locates other Air Force bases in Greenland and Labrador. tinucd. the leader added, uiit I
: Communism has not taken : Rehabililator I. they recover the lend and into-.
been seen leaving Duke's Barbecue Abroad hold of France as yet. Captain i tries that have ben token fi<-<>.
!I Stand in Front street where ; Alberto LaClaire. told the mem- J RAZOR SLSIICCIHElT: TilES_\\' -I I them since: the Dutch began I.! -
he tried to enter the place. i berg of the Rotary Club at theeneon Coming Tuesday II tilitic*

They went to Eaton and Grin-I meeting; at the St. Paul's{ I I! In the )light of the latest n< A
r nell streets where it was later i III Russia i Church Parish HalL I II II E. L Millie counsellor of the ;' from Batavia the council" t I.- IH"e .
r t s Vocational Rehabilalion Service, 1 to take further action
(, I The Marshall plan has a good i iI i j paring i
reported that the youth was try- I I chance of succeeding in Frencc : m mYf informs The Citizen he will be at I; carding the conditions in Jai .
f ing to break into a lunch room. That 1 Niiiuc 1 Hy Which but the spiritual awakening of {I 1yY the Monroe County Health Clinic i) What the nature of that. u< i .,n

The caught; the young man in the I the French people remains to be i next Tuesday from 2 to 5 o'clock i j will be was not revealed) L. ..I,_.
Santa Clan
: I to interview clients. '1 member of the cvunciL
(/Wirephoto act, and took him to police hcadI done. prospective
I quarters where he signed a statement The Rotary Club voted to .
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RUSSELL TONY" LATONA 1 confessing the theft of the place a candidate in the field for

i of Sacramento. Calif. is in the car from a woman in Miami I I Occur On January 7 the Queen of Key West in the KEY WEST HAS FEWER
U. S. Naval Hospital at Guantanamo Beach and the two Key West: I annual March of Dimes campaignnext
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Bay. Cuba. alter surviving attempted burglaries. month. The club also
a dangerous act of heroism :: lie told how he watched the MOSCOW, Dec. 30.-Russian to award the !girl selected by theorganization i '
I' .at sea. The youthful cabin ;j woman leave the car with )heikeyJsUJUn people.bccin today the celebration I $25. } POLICEMEN\ THAN MQSTCITIES \

._ :)h*:)?-**.4..->DjnMh ..merchant: '- JJieJignition.: and -tolcfi Qf '.Jhei&. Ncvj Ycar'a and -_ ..- d I- .-'rlr.......,
now he drove to Key West., He Christmas holidays, although
ship Gret. Maerska jumped t said that Sunday night hc*was Christmas Day does not occur in Ten e ierat'rtres ,I REPORT SHOWSWapc
I overboard to save another cabin picked up by the Miami police ono Russia till January 7, accordingto ,
t. boy who had fallen into the a vagrancy charge, but later was the date fixed by the Soviet At 730 AM... EST ,
i sea. The other boy was killed ; released. Orthodox church. rhw Ware Scale, 't .
by sharks. "Tony reached the !i He came here December 29 and Neither do the Russians call Station- t Temp.
I t north shore of Cuba after nearly drove around until he tried to I I the day's patron Santa Clausor Atlanta 34 Also .I/om-r Than per 1.000. Some cites, it i., 11"0

two days in the watir.Nationalists enter Duke's. I IIII wait till their Christmas to Augusta _.. 42 Appear better and others w.i .
give presents. They call Santa Billings 23 Cities: In Similar \ titan they really are with rr Ito < I
I LDS ASSASSIN I Claus Grandfather Frost, and I Bnnin; ham 33 (u police protection\ bcciiu.->f' I.f
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they begin to .give presents on Bismark 20 p, Report | unusual traffic or rther spec I tlconditions.

New Year's Day. I Boston: 51 f"_<9>!"I <. Tfce title**t i .
34f I The season is the haopiest in Buffalo( 36, NEW: YORK, Dec. 30.-Police I The per capita coal: of i III"
StillVnvcring the year for Russians, particularly Charleston _.___ __. 55.; I taming the Key West i.wltn department
department statistics gatheredfrom
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children. Christmas trees are I j Chicago:: 23' : is lower than in u>". t tI
About Decision) lighted and loaded with presents J Corpus Christi 4 i t 877 cities throughout the I cities; according: the suiv<'s it
in many homes but this city's! Denver 25; country by the International City amounted. locally, to $:i t b4 r->r

"h ,.... ,._....... P..... .I tree is by far larger than any "j Detroit 26 x> Managers Association for the each resident. This was below t It<- .
N NKING, Dc-c. 30.-With all other. It is erected in the public: EI Paso 30 I Municipal Year Book, show that national average of $6.17 per I.p
square and from it thousands of I I. n. Worth 26 .1" W r 'photoELLIOTT ita and below the $4.03 pin-1. 1 p.'I"
his warlords, except one having toys will be distributed among Galveston 39 Key West employs: fewer police, capita Hy other cities of it. .,<'
come here for a conference to 3 x Pi children. Schools are kept closed :Jacksonville ;51 ROOSEVELT and his actress wife. Faye Emerson. in proportion to it. size, than do Patrolmen in Key West st, ron
and I Kansas City 13 smile together in their New York City apartment after insisting most cities. I I
consider the civil war situation, during the holidays special I the force with an cntl an!""-
Chiang Kai-Shek has not yet announced arrangements are made for the KEY WEST 70 : that a razor blade slash on her wrist was accidental. As of the eary! part of this salary of $1.933 a year. tanf.| ..,> ".I!
entertainment of boys and girls 1 Key West Airport 75I! They said her wrist struck tbi razor blade as she reached intoa year, the figures; show. there :'with: $2. :jQ in other fiticvI 1 i ,
what the Nationalist -- -- Los Angeles; 4J: drawer for some aspirin. Nevertheless. District Attorney were IS full-time police en i ployecs sue croup. Nationally, the ix ,in
covcmment intends to do about I Louisville 32 I W. Vincent Grady summoned Roosevelt to Poughkccpsie.: N. Y.. II on the Key West payroll, or inn, rate fur policemen: avti.i: ;:'
the danger that faces it. Meri.iian 3E 1 to testify about the cpkodc.WIDOW : 1 27 for every 1,000residents.. ':! $2,305.
Chaing said that one of his PALACE THEATERMonte Miami nl This is less than the national av-, ----- .
I generals in northern China had 1 Minneapolis: 6 ---- I I erase for cities larger than 10,000 ........................
been unable to come here be Hale and Lynn Roberts in :Memphis 3. I ) UKNVICTKD: ; : OF KIU.1. : vii 'I copulation, which reported hivOK ; -
I causp the weather was unfavor- "TIMItKIt 'I'IS AH." New Orleans 331 > I 180! per 1.000 people. It compares Bang! Bang! Bang!
able for flying. (IN COLOR) New York j"Gqlm 'fI : unfavorably also with .,th.
I A idiot t circulating in the Oklahoma City 21hnaha I pg '-MJT 'f Y 5; r 9r ;, "cities, "f its :site: group (10.000 Don't get excited! Theta just our
I city that Chains intends to re- -- .- -- ( 2Peru.l }10. l'j.000.; ( ) "- .--iverice; I 17; pianist flexing his muscles preparatory
I tic but the Roveinment refused ) ,. 40 ;+iI i tNniI z --- -- --- to playing the selections
!: to dISCUSS that matter. A spokesman Pittsburgh 31 i iI I ,. Ettls you request ANYTHING but
taid that Chaing!: was angry Double Hung Windows Roanoke 41 1: t n L'" I FOR SALEI! FOR SALE! BE-BOP. PLEASE!
over the war crimes list: that wasbroadcast St 1.11I', 22 !I )t R"l
; bv the communists: on (,!*> Wirephoto Radio 'sTKLMv' LUMHElt YAHDl I I San Antonio .I .ut1t'M.a1 B Good Used Clrs'nVINS
Tuesday. Forty-five names are I Francisco 43 : :
A POLICEMAN in Cairo holds
un the list: which headed by Abdel Ha mid Ahmed Hassan TELEPHONE 816 i I Seattle 33 '"",'4!..",." #11fa A GARAGEYour
Chaing. with Madame Chaing in Tallahassee 43 Friendly Studebaker Dealer
(right) 21. veterinary: college '
t second plan I Tampa 59 TELEPHONE 1S9 STEAKS!I

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.P.41L 'sITIYs Your looks, Your name he ..... ..
yes. "I do not know what to said.TheyHowever. weem t
_.... .. and saving of as well as improvements say.
.. -. -. .f Ihaok isIstoI ing money I "
.r.7<**rir $..u.-.* .......... "lr, will IsM I no. said, "It is most bewildering and yell ,.".... 8
... ... i.i. .4 i" <...!. o IKi .. in thinking, so that we may be "rarr h. Mr. Bsrnes." ht told not like Maurice at all And that ReM's aKf 7.rv'
OSS h _'.,..init>*..i ky chcrck** from I.'tn*. -Gordon Par.jh.? u why I am so worried." h.h Nh'.d

=. .0: :: 0...:1.e. .:r.04 ft cBt i.ii.%. hi.Oh.! .: able to view any question logically. ; : V I nodded and,waited. "Why?" I let him have it. Into pimes we. t.... s.i's"

.. -j" . .0.1 ", h.ah or Whether you are an average mqn or one ** "Because it is not at all like Maurice Maybe .. .... rnmtw ....
g : l.- .. T "t wi"' t..| *ul.h." *_.,_u. I I wonder. Mr.Barnes if I might" to act like that,"he said firmly. But nfM MDeFo ,hr .wa,--
-.' : who has had his share of fame, still you I have a word or two with you? he "He. ." weiss t evem ........

will be dissatisfied with your progress in asked. "Is it like him to take on somebody own ttlence,
V Vo "Certainly." I said. Then with a twice his weigh' I cut in. "A U .... Per.h" I 11II

W.MBER-; ; life. I glance. t my wrist watch. I added He started to look annoyed but "you've .hIred IIW t.. \. ) .... ...
__ I I I with a half-smile. "But not too let it fade. He finally ended uo with Ida...,... C..a.w.. .
Dr. Samuel Johnson, besides: writing _ V _ _ _
@ J94 I many.. This is one of my busy a faint nod. and the ghost of: a H. sl.wy gel be .. '-L
what was the first dictionary of consequence -J days.Of srnil hand ...... .ls ).eb.s ...-

of the English language assisted course. of t'Ourse.- said. "I have to admit yes. Mr. out DM wallet. A* heflv
I "Ferhsp you know cf some near- Barnes" he said. "Maurice knows *onHu4rv4. -.!!.* I
only by two amanuenses, wrote thousands by Quiet place where I might offer no such thing as fear. No a bigger noted thM be

V of articles hundreds of poems at least one you a drink*" I man even with gua.would never a sheaf ol .... .... _
( I did and it wax on the way to deter Maurice. The Little Lion, took out pencil. a.4 ....
of them "London" of booklength, and onenovel Paula's apartment. many of us called him. scribbled hM .... at* .....
lMI''OYDCDn'l FOR KEY WEST "Well. I haven't him. U WW ...
unfortunate seen over on the
toward most
the end his
of "That
remarked was a
ADVOCATED: BY THE CITIZEN t.p) WirephotoU. f affair yesterday Mr., Bartes" he that's what you want to know. I "Yeu will M me ksw. II ...
life, that he had prodically wasted his suddenly opened up. "Disgraceful. "No, I did not imagine so," h* i Mr. Bare***" Pie ..... ,.*K .
| told me. "It is for another reason the slip 4"T p...... ....
time. lie added that there were many other S. SENATOR CLYDE R. HOEY. Democrat of North Caro- Rene and Maurice were thoughtless .
I wish to speak with Mr. .haU.
1. Mart Hotel aod Apartnc&ta thing. he could have done had he set his lina. commends Jo* Billy Mauney (left). winner of a $100 U. S. swine!" Barnes I do not like to think that I put 1M i....-.. MIl .... .....
t. ...__ tad Bathlnj PariUoo. Saving bond as carrier of the year" for the Shelby (N. C.) "Maurice who? And what was it" Maurice's strange disappearance in my pockH. ..4 rny IBM ..
mind determinedly to do them. about* I didn't bother to find out.
a. Alfporti-fand, aM Sea. Daily Star which Hoey founded 55 years ago. Young Mauney is a matter for the police. You hastE

1 CanMUd St Countr aM So it is with all of us. However muchwe bought his own clothes; and a bicycle and saved SI.145 from his "You do not ask so" I assume you see I do not wish to go to the ..No.-Mer.t..t. a. y.. MB I.*
he said. "The
know Rcn 's name police. But you, sir. are a private IMML
City CortmmejiU.i may do or however much we earn we earnings as a carrier. The youth is president of the seniot other one. the little one. is Maurice detective.An investigator. Perhaps When we .k4< .. Ms.

i (-- t7 Auditortum. till feel that we could have done more or class of Shelby high school* H. plans to enter Wake Forest Cardeur. An honored soldier of you could help me." For a consideration walk, and a 'II" ...- II

College and study law. The Daily Star is published by Lei France Mr. Barnes. Though few of course. take me abased, I hell ...... ...
earned more. It i is well that we take that B. Weathers. people know it because he was of "What would you want me to ward Parrfafc.

view of our lives. Because of it, ambition the Underground, as was Rene, do?" I grunted. "Find Maurice That business .
*" .
also 0- Cardeur I suppose .said. "For ..
-- - -- ------ my -y sp
3IONOGRAP1ImifKl spurs us on to greater effort, but in the "And the reason for the scrap?" "But most certainly! he replied I looked ready tCardeur lul& AM ..
I prodded. quickly. will pay you five hundred ddk'(, know less .
long however that effort
....r run, great maybe : STAMPS I "That is a mystery sir" he said. dollars now. and another I you also say han wss ..s 5y....
IN THE NEWSAn consider it has been insufficient. thousand dollars when have .wI
we you old comrade as esiss"
$ j* that nobody i is interes- "I do not know and I cannot understand found him."
I ParrUh re Mt4>4 M* ...
Tomorrow most of will make because Ren and Mau- pwand
will .in tt* y.i-.| <*xeuA that you have for us resolutions > rice were not only comrades in Bingo! Or was it? I couldn't quit ran a f.r..r afciM .MM ..
.... to do this or that. But why wait for (A) NewiftaMr by SYD KHONISH arms, but the closest of friends." gure which so I didn't say any. I der bli.protnM* ( Inner ..
.. iiks .. thing right away. -I ..ev. I w.mM ....
tomorrow? Make the resolution today. "You didn't ask him? I primed *
no. he .lt.Mby ..... .e
TilE ORACLE Every day should be replete with good Cuba commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of the pump again. "Or make about out?" I "OAVE you any good reason to would b* a fowl. to du Ib

what they were screaming I think he may have met with will let BM know esthme .. ..
Gen. Antonio Maceo with a set of eight beautifully colored and ..
resolutions and if the resolutions
and "
are kept "I was too busy holding try- foul play! yes."

they will assure a well-balanced life. designed stamps. This set is actually three years late in arriVe ing to hush Maurice to pay atten-" He toyed with that for a while. ..y H." I assssnd. him, s...
INTERNATIONALISM BY THE DOLLAR ing on the philatelic scene since the centenary date was 1945! tion to what they were saying he "You were by chance with the climbed .lato .... t"..

Gen. Maceo is revered by his native land because of his said.He Underground?" he suddenly fired H. watered. reM.... .
TW... t'.it..1 i l N'atlons Economic Comf The richer some men grow, the smaller hesitated and looked straightat at me. then spun and best M ..sbbuilding. ...
brilliant military leadership during the revolt. of 1895. This ill- '
they seem and me. "And. Mr. Barnes, he said i I shook my head. but .*..
f..r Allia& and the Far Eaut often meaner. fated revolution paved the way] "'I have not been able to ask Mau-j "No. not with them.1 said. "But cr. be .........l

N.rPi1. KCAFE! hats recently ad- --- for the final fight for -- ---- -
1 M YOU CAN LIVE LONGERV in 1898. independ-j tIDies I -- ---- -

;.r..I ita M 4on in Australia with a ence Attempt muuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumuiiiiiiiiiumiuiuuiiiiuiniiiiiiiDKey LEGALS LEGALSlTMOiIINsIIruwossss'
from one end of the island to

....... kt4inif. that tU expectations have Figures recently released show that the other. Among the hills of To Save Woman West In -

..I4 Iottirb .""* l\ Tin 4 IHI I IT mi HT ItP TMF.. -
1,445,370 Americans died
in 1947, with KI.KtKNTII: Jl iIi u. < IHI I ITOK Is.oiiii; Jss..iu,. ...
The c*mmi nion hopen to initiate im- 460,580 passing because MIAMI Fla.-Seeing an elderly Gone TIIK ST\TK IK t''H..I. IN. ANI, ..WM ..M".... ...
on of heart Days ByAS l4M) FUR 'IO.Hot: ,V4>| "T'II''I.tln. .....MIII%. IN I M %'. _,.
_14 ....... '1.1 tM rehabilitation and re- diseases and blind woman walk across a street IN f- .- Nat )...... V.thc.
189,811 dying because of crossing into the path of a slow- ('0o1 \-. ..--1 JII''....
4NM -.F1H..>.. ..1 the Far Ea 't, with Rome TAJCEN FROM FILESOF VINCENT K:. ANTI..K.plaintiff.. I 11..ff
moving freight train, William M. J
1"1."" ", ytMtf1| a five year plan for acricul- cancer.We call attention to these Weaver 45., the flagman on the THE CITIZEN OF v... imoNifl IL '...
figures because
DECEMBER 30. 1S38 I 11.\RIOS SW KKT AXTI.K. .\.'...... 1.1....
tIIfC: The tlMM''' ht that the group might obviously if the individuals freight' ran after her and made uiuiiiuuiuiiuiiuiuiuunninnuiiuuuuiHinuiuiHuiivAndrew, I I 'C'.r ..;, C
now an attempt to pull her to safety. ; I!
I OIIIIKK: PI Hl.irTIO\ ONIItM: Ml fllK* ,*...
-V J I .. f* r the Far Had, aA the European take TO MAUION' SWKKT : TO ft
living proper precautions to prevent In the attempt both! flipped Un- Albury, keeper of the ANTLIC. : AMfcMlt JvMlfr. V

A" ". ......iI works with the Marshall their death from heart diseases or der the wheels of the train. The lighthouse at Dry Tortugas, and 'I Newwrk 17 Creenwhh<..i lt)'AenueI Nr<* V.''.-kY V, .t.*fl....R..n.i.. Mh **.!*." "

_.. .*.W ..... materialize.k cancer -- I I woman was recapitated and the Charles Mackie. third assistant ..u are hrrrl; rvtiuirrd l<. ai>- i I T_ eve .....fc r-"',''' _
they will have a much better chance to the Sierra de los Organos. he'' can ran over Weaver's feet, am- I ,..'ar to the Kill ..f <-..mpl..... f_ near to ,... N.h.ll ..| <......
"' 4 wa the matter one ask? keeper arrived in port yesterday .hhorce. in the al".," .,yl..1 ".11_ I .Nvrr.. .. ,... ..-.,. 1004}
may reach old age.While maintained his band of! follow putating both of them. Weaver I to spend the New Year's holidays i..n 1 or heforf the 17th day ..C J.....- I Ik* IMh SOn ... J......h 5

VaW iwalr| .........tktfl i Ia that the commis- ers and defied aU efforts to dis- '' died from the injuries he received with their families. 'Ilr>', A. l I'. nc!,. othrrmlM. thr allr- oiler.. t.. Ik. as li........,..
no cures have been developedfor gatiolls Ib..r.ln III hr talcO a.confessed. 1 t a lit ... sabas .. ....1._.
... .... R*( function without cash lodge him until the close of TMe C'r*e kt k* p 'Mt
either of these human killers every- 1896 when he was killed during!I This order I.i to br puhli ,hr .....I 1M ITiMtMi' States or Rome in- knows wvv,, v'rwTODAY'S ... Airplane flights from Miami to I! wrrk for four roniwwtirr .v..k. J I i .hi T%. K.y WrM S'..1.." 4 .. .
body that
one suffering from heart a daring raid.Philately ; Key West and thence to Havana in The Key \\.-"l ('illz.". a nr.!*|ia1 lr twMtok4. I. K,, a'... fr-tMm ,
.rJUitt*All ....*.Fr.* and the caxh was not diseases should take precautions against I will be held on January 10. the 1 I P T pulili,.-h"'d in th- City ..f hey I, !*..* aa4 ur+.r.4 '''I. i I..ik.. *erll
'' .
... ._fl...... One explanation was that over-exercise over-eating and in abundance is the Key West Chamber of Commerce ''I ttcst.i >NK KlorlilaM : AM' ORDRRRn lhl lath 45ea15- > ><,. AI' lass I' S S m .1:"
tuMkH. .. 1M'! ex word from Chile. That countryhas said today. | la> of I)vrmh.r. .\. 1'. l 4x.l I heck .., ikeVj.. .... ......
.. t in turmoil there-
*> and .
cesses. In some forms of heart trouble isi>uwl a new set of 75 Stamps I I BIRTHDAY l (.Seal! RO.SS (" HAWYKR.>MHjr 4".nS. .1..._
Clerk of the Circuit "urt. .,... .
.Ie the I j ( .41TllolMH
hIs. MM a .fi4. ce investment of proper diet and rigorous self-control will illustrating 25 different picture V Park Tigers will tangle with I Alonrov '..unty. Florida I 1 I ipoi :
designs of wild life scenes and 1 i Ity xdnn.. (' l nK" -
.. .. I By (A1)) Newsfeatures the Mules the I'I'i I
enable the victim to get along for many animals. This forth Army in opening i 1.puiy I'icrk.Sn $,Siilr ...r' tkIN .I..lllr
It fc. .MM. *.* *h Hl nf amazing how the series was put : ................M basketball game tonight in the ( ) IXAN R CLE\RK JR I I ..... It,U 4s ls4 5.a SI I....
years. to honor Claudio Gay, F-enchl 1 school .licin.r for Plaintiff. _

.Ihlr. .......... 1$f the earth look to the In connection with for which naturalist, who visited Chile in I I ADELE I. SPRINGER. born high gymnasium. I tf..IC-3-lII.IU.Ja..I.UIt: : I:I t Tilt SKI t ir t .MMfT
,. .... s.t the 1828 to study the flora of South Dec. 30. 1907. in Brooklyn daughter t.t\; : NNTH JlltMIM.IN S
t4h that i iI is .
provide there is no known cure, individuals could America He also wrote history I, ot a real) estate brokei. Torn I Dr. William P. Kemp and Mel- II' Till f IHC'I IT 01 ItT IF TIIKi 511' T'U: %T55: ... .
: t"TIl Ji 1t1C'1" '-'HC' sr 'NIIIN 055K OSISISnO: '" .
I L 117 far akNit every international greatly reduce the death toll if they exercise of Chile I between ambitions in the theater vin E. Russell won the blind bogey OK Tilt STTK DI' ......HIII%. ShsSi.H'.

...... i. It 'M Uk.",, ''ine little short of amaz- and social handicap tournament yester- I I l\ %\lt KOH O"HO.en I .MoitnT'.w1-
prudence and insist upon regular I < I day on the Stock Island golf IN I ltKill.. : j \\JtoM S
The Soviet government has work. she com- ... .. lII4ebt(1
aW that the t4VIC of thin country through IS- j f N 11""51. I
physical examinations.:' Doctors tell us sued three new postage stamps promised o n course. .1\ *tKfinc.RROIK.I I .OUV S.40154LS'S'xxhll
-. -'_ Nntnt. have contributed so Tom I | IMamtirr. ....SIUt >>..a".."' .
that I reports. Whitney Associated law. grad-
early detection of cancer often enables ; was 1.- un OHI *" 1...,......tIIHIII
..... M.....y m. the effort to rehabilitate Press staff uated from St. I' T. Luther Pinder will formallyopen ii.xn\ I.KN\ rowiK I :H !... PI MM "T4*%
them to save lives but if the can- writer in Moscow John University -' his Boca Chica Club and TVfrndantOKIIRK TO; it i*NIK J4Kjt M..MH*>.
..... ... OK IM HI.IC\TION ,
ie Hlltw AVIIMT -
cer is not discovered until it is in its serious The set Law Fishing Camp on January I, he TO: ilar' > Lena Cn...1 I*. ,.......... 5.lh .' .
w*, Have, pointed out before, never stages the for life is honors the In School. studied announces today in an advertise- '2* Pjnohon Street <.. .r.. kr.k> runic4 i" arpear

fa) .... Ki.try nf the world, halt other prospect scant. Inter national ment in The Citizen.Mr. San Diego. rallfornia. i.. ikf mil. ..i < ...p...tM Mr
any writing at Columbia You are hrrrliy .. ... .
By comparison with these modern : required to appear .i1't'"* .! .r .It l.4 .a"a ..
.. chess tournament Ie the Bill of t'ompUInt i..rtitvoree or h.f_ she llik "UvA JM- .... a a liberal' in the expenditure of and
international -
killers of men and women the death toll)) : last and Mrs. Joe Plummer of In the above entitled 4auon ar>. .1. l>. |..*. ...ikrrwi.ik. .*.- .hi ....... ..f of foreign people and the law I the 14th from highway accidents, which is entirelytoo spring which Miami are expected to arrive tomorrow otherwise 1 the allegation/ therein i ...>.,....,..
lli Ja 11:1.: ....... ..f foreign governments. resulted in a abroad. She be- to visit the former's parents will l>. taken as ronfmred.Thi led.r .. lo W pwk .......... -
large, seems small. In 1947, 32,697 Mr. and I >> Order IH to be pul>'li ,he Mrs. Lionel
victory for the Adtl L Springtr came the first Plum I I a week for four conxerutive Weeks I I. The Ke, W..s t ..... a5"v
TilE -NO WAR" GUESScorrespondent lives were lost in automobile accidents. Soviet Oranri-::: : woman admiralty lawyer in the mer. Iin The Ke>' Went fillzm. a .<-w..i>a- e.hIkbed I. 10. S .o --t:;
V '--- ---- published in the 4'ity ..f : U.... .
Interesting also is the total figure for master Botvmmk. The 30 ko- U. S., championed the case of the I.r."U Florida FS.i'eOo.l.sNo: .,XI< 4*|..:".:1. toe' l-

homicides which in pecks seablue and 50 k red- victims o fthe Morro Cattle and Aquilino Lopez, Jr., and Miss one anil Ordered this Sod day of J Ujr .f hi.c-mSe. A ,II ,ISUtS..Is
A ...,..,.....1K'f' after 1947, accounted for brown illustrate the HoUse of the wrote the Suovich. Act. Lillian Lujan will be married on 4 1.eemio.r, A I). 1 4iSeaU .4S.. aAwtI...
only 8,555 deaths.If !:. >-* C \"-YEn.: 1.rk erf ihB .'ar. vhs .......
it-bit l.-.M I'aii and Berlin says Unions where the match took January 9. Miss Fortuna Lopez[t. Clerk of the Cln-uit (""'.,t. scotue t'....a,\. ..._.....
place. The 40 k blue-violet Unlike most Latin American will be maid of honor, and Ar- JlonrrKunt'\-. Floridaj *hM *.. wttt. l hf' his
> f no basing Hy U .
war j (!> > Anne C' Lonitworlh.jPaulK 1..._.. .'iS
all marriages were perfect there shows a shield with a chessboard) countries, the customs language turo Lujan, Jr., will be best man. I Deputy C..rle. 4515) AI.I.IX H "-|..: "It: JII
... ..pns the answers to questions ask- would be no divorces. and traditions of Haiti are directly I I Sawr MtUl'lt..r !..[ '
'I Soli, I"I!
.. Two from France. it.r for. the Plaintiff I.* I K ; I II.. >.,. ''"
.4 af the aaim citizens of the three capi-! new sets are expected inherited Fern Chapter Order of the : de. .U-U-I.UUJaA.C.ltlt.:

1I .. ail iM Mninent i officials connected DEFENSE PACT WON'T SAVE from Israel. The 3, 5. 10, 15, 20 Eastern Star held its installationof i I." Tilt f IHI IIT tlllMT 4.*% THV
and 50 milliemes stamps depicting lag close ties with their Soviet officers last night in Scottish IN Till. f IHrriT CO!'HT .>F TIIK t.ta; J"TII JIIIHItl. IIHtrfT
w..h the Amerkan Government. ancient coins of Israel will be neighbors pictures a medallionwith Rite Temple. List of officers is Kl KtKNTII Jl IH4'| ti | IH..T 4>F Till 'TtTK: OF 1".1"1
OF Tin
"T\TJ: OF .
The awuer that the correspondent The Treaty of Rio de Janeiro became reprinted with the word "Israel" the heads of Lenin, Stalin. headed by Mrs. Ruby Hyman. V IN "'*\l KOH 'IU"Hut:I'I.thilil till ".lV1.I IN 4 INK.II ,NI rllH tH'HUN Hill.; I III \.ll.IN

M< t. )hH question* were practically unani- binding fourteen nations in Latin characters. AU the Engels and Marx. The 25 zloty worthy matron. I IN tiititis... ".. 55.550:
| upon of the Western stamps will picture the same coinsas shows Ludwick Warynski with a I I I JOHN/ IIKUCKI tan. :N MAIS II-5.VS I J.\:\IKSi uii/: ,n .4 ri-iiin. .

IH4MM that there would be no war, but, Hemisphere this month when Costa the present issue with the exception background of marching workers Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. John- : I'Ialntiff.Itefrndant.. W... ll.inlltfUll.i.lK SsSS.544 t:

>.**t the **me. they mean nothing. About Rica officially ratified the pact calling for of the 20 milhemes which I son, 1021 Packer street, today announced I P.RxIC 0. : SII.\W SIMS. un()II(1: )It.: rlsHKROHIII.H I...:'..........

; *H that ran be wtid of the idea of asking mutual defense against will show a new coin. Other new Sudan has issued a new 2 pias- the birth of a son at : 4.>F I'l Hill %1IO*
and all I
any ag Israeli issues are aIa q expected tres stamps in honor of the 50th 11.35 A. 1%!. on Tuesday. The baby OliDRII OF pt RLITIIINi I To. \\ 111.. Ma.' 'o.hrl,,

hilt ift***.4.iw u> that the replies make a gression.The. shortly; 9 anniversary of the postage stampin weighed seven and one-half I i.I TO;e/BJItSIC'JII.', 'ln! uramrixlrrunirrs*\\ 51515.I / Ad...are re....k I",nkn..1.>.."r.tiTou .Hinr,
JIIINtd that country. reports Leon pounds and will be named How- I fUr KuildinK. ,.. .. ...rIMe4
ttewfiWller tit 0 r) agreement was worked out in the ; 17th pear the I.II i. r I \
V Poland has issued a new Monosson The new adhesive depicts ard ![ aid I Street X W. aKin you in IN.' .....,. *.*4raus.
The question of war or peace in fall of 1947 and was to go into effect when set o Edward Jr. tVashington. H. rYou on .,r t>..f..r.. I 55. 5..11JaAr \ .... .faIleiratl
three .
stamps, reports tle Penny the first postage stamp design :, are herrhrenuire l to nn- ,. I. lots. ...k... ..- 15.
} will not depend upon the opinions two-thirds of the nations approved the Black Stamp Co. The series honors the Camel Post with a light Today The Citizen says in an ','J..r,ditorr to in the the nil altOlI of Complaint le l .for .... ..... '''II...<4 '(.-. l. mHFtorMa. .Sis.
> < < au* ou .
'ptW-at, ci4izns or public officials. It can determination to end neutrality in this blue border Pictured above the editorial paragrahh: I I I' or. before. the 10th day of January t 15.Iakr.. aod as S.:::;;:;.1", l'I. ......
i design are the words 'SudanStamp "1939 ought to be a good year; A Ii 1545. otherwise the allegation skI* ".|T 5aJ..f I.>......!..
wt4r "be an H ered if one can read the minds hemisphere when aggression gets on the Jubilee" and the dates I therein will .be taken an c' 5'. I'V 1,4..
i it begins and ends
on Sunday. I order l Is to be t'utIis'hr'4V (fin( 'nit ('..a,.
*jf thetie who rule the Russians and direct march. While the pact has a moral -value, / 1693-1943. I once a in week The for Keyet: four ; ronwrutiteneeks {Citizen Seal, Ro.. f xiwyvr.rier .

CttmMURh policies from Moscow. Ex ''''es-. the people of the United States should not t Your HoroscopeTHURSDAY V ne"-pal.r-. p"I.II"h.-d in the City of a fly: <...!, \nn.* *f .rr..5.' I ...n.wrikIt.
France has honored two of its ; Ke;; >' ".,,. ,
pittfN ef opinions by other people amount assume that it has V 1 I 1>0.01SI':. t.ii s 'I.rli.!
a large bearing in con most famous physicists Paul OUHKREH thin ItS Knrl.,,,. s.V.,5,5: .5'.I., |I.

t... a.-thifll' more than a guess. nection with the defense of this country.In | Langevm and Jean Perrin, by i DECEMBER 30 I da.f Sral) l>e<'ember.' Itn.s.S;A I'S\WYER;' 154% VAt i..rn. > I..r l-i, ,,'I.I.i, ''. .n !M.

picturing their portraits on two, 1948-Today: gives a contented I Clerk of the. Clrnlit Court.
fact the .
pact will probably cause Monroe .Unl). Florida'
new Issues. Langevm ((1372-1946)),. disposition which will care but lly; Kathleen;; Xottage.

Not only Communists carry out Co.n1 the United States to expend money and effort ? who won the Nobel Prize for his, I little for the pomps or the opinions .o..puly Ch.*.*. TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture '

unJUc work, but the Party uses what is in behalf of the soverignty of the a work on the electronic theory of of the world. The mind is Suli..ltor(Sf) ALLAN for the I?. "I.tARE Plaintiff, JI:. I Moving General Hauliaf

magnetism, appears on the 5 I endowed with faculties of a superior 11...:. .U.:3.O.uu. Every Load fully. lu re4ISLAl'D
failed "Fellow Travelers" other
and countries
"Front Or-
and thus
the re- the Congress for the Union franc brown stamp. Perrin (1870- order, but it may be of

r' ganizations" in some of its most effective sponsibilitips thatve have assumed of Workers The 5 zloty red depicts 1942)), who won the Nobel Prize V little use in the way of obtaining CITY TH.VNSFEK!"

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"BOWL GAMES ARE OLD STUFF to.these four seniors on the University of Georgia footballteain Large store, 218 Simonton 35x60. Small hotel in downtown Key: luggage trailer. x .6
which plays Texas in the Orange Bowl at Miami. Fla New Year's.""Day. Left to right: Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for West Fla. contains 8 large; body $50. Phone 432-J.

:Johnny Rauch. Joe Geri. Weyman Sellers and John Donaldson. Sellel'$;' >onaldson and Rauch Hy. dec%-tf rooms with 5 baths and two! dec27-3tx

j played in the 1946 Oil BowL the 1947 Sugar Bowl and the Gator Bowl}nit January I. Geri apartments. All in perfect*
'.made the Rote Bowl trip in 1942 but did not play. After war service. they ri ioined the} Georgia FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I condition. Large lot and good'money "%5' house trailer, 1943 Spartanettc.

"squad. for the Sugar and Gator Bowl games. maker. Must disposeon Sleeps 4, twin beds, electric: refrigerator
'. .. Furnished 2-room apartment. account of health. Box 532, and water heater.
--.--- --- Utilities furnished. $25.00 week Key West Florida. Like new. Must sell immediately

QUEEN ; OKV1SGE BOWL CROWNED I Ijp ly. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 decl-tf Make offer. A. L.
Windsor Lane. decl-tf Magro 10-B Seaplane Base. :.


Furnished apartment 3 rooms and MARINE MOTORS
Ew bath. Maid and janitor serv, FOR SALE-USED CARS

ices, linens and utilities fur-': Gray marine engines and service.)
Fq nished. Coral Hotel Apartments C. R. Smith, opposite Fu ;stoneStation 1936 Oldsmobile Special Coupe,

iALK ) opposite Poet Office. Marathon decl-Imo]i Good tires, good C9nditi >. $400.
dec7-21t > 705 Windsor Lane. dec28-5tx

I I i 11 *i ii
: Marine single cylinder diesel engine -i'. 1942 Chevrolet good condition.I .
1 bedroom apartment private i suitable for commercial
.. j I Apply 933 Fleming .Street
"" "r. bath. Seasonal or early. No I boat
fishing English
; \ I children or pets. 1328 White I tion. Very fine condition. Only I!| dec29-3tx
f.AA. Street. r '
dec28-tf $115. Dave's Shell Service, 1948 Ford Tudor Sedan. 9,000
Box 1912, Opa-Locka Fla. I
| miles
'The: 1948 teenager was as i original owner. $1,650.
colored. 813 Baptist Lane dec27-6t|I See at 43-A Seaplane Base.
different from her 1947 cousin Apartment .
furnished. Sleeps
|I I' dec29-2tx
as?Behoop and Beethoven.. I 4. $13.00 per week. Just vacated -'\ New 16' sport utility launch. Completely
What was left of .bobb I sox "-S-i- today. 432-W (Walter '
equipped. 4-cylinder 1947 Fordor Super Buick. Cash
and dungarees disappeared Beebe). Call 432-W an 168. Gray engine, Ideal fishing or credit. Call 1530-R after
from the closets of the young I''I |1,
> dec2729303tSmall boat. Gomez Marine Service I]| 430. dec30-Stx
set and Mom ordered for I Palm Avenue. dec30-4txi I III .
from book of lady
daughter a
I 2-room efficiency apartment '' Buick, '46 Super 4-Door Sedan.
clothes. Of daughter -
like deviated from the beaten suitable for settled lady. II FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD :! $1850. Private owner. 27,000 t
Reasonable. 1019 Margaret., FURNITURE fc APPLIANCES : miles. 2301 5th Street, Key 'At
path on some campuses
Phone 575. dec29-tf West dcc30-2tx
throughout the country whereit .
Maple twin beds, box innerspring
was fun to wear socks Y springs -
Tourist Court Apartments. Electric FOR SALE-STORE
wheedled away from the foot -, mattresses chest
ball team and blue leans-but kitchen. Reasonable. Children Brand new 34x84 jalousie door. EQUIPMENT
to classes. Never on: welcomed. Apply 909 I j Brand new gas range for apart-
dates.only Elizabeth Street. dcc30-tf i ment or trailer. Cot and mat.. 65; cubic foot Reach-In porcelain

Boys who had campaigned for I tress. Cheap. 1328 White. (II GE. refrigerator, $450.00. Can
Newly furnished bedroom be at Poinciana
look"whooped apart decl7-tf seen DrugStore
years against the "sloppy
ment. 1301 Truman call 707.
and celebrated the new Avenue. or dec283tFORSALETREES.FLOWER

look! They got their wish-girls c Phone 215. dec30-3tx I Simmons' davenport. Kitchenset.
dressed up, wore matching skirts, 12x16 rug. Phone 1067-J.
and'stoles, cape-coats and even dec28-5U t
carried umbrellas. They took to Overseas .
wearing hats, mainly beanies, Hotel, low rates. Cof-I i Stephanotis palms crotons, hi-
Used baby furniture Crib, playI
fee bar.
shop decl-lmo biscus frangipanis azalia-s k
bonnets and berets. They gave up
I basket bathinette. Call
pen, t
Darling De Noche. Other
loafers and saddle shoes except ( ) Wirephoto I I
FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND 893-R. dec28.,3txI plants. 1004 Southard Street
fb/Iay and school. When flats I '
bes :were worn they were of CORINE GUSTAFSON (left) is crowned Queen of the Orange ROOMS t I Phone 10494. dec30-ltx
the:ballet slipper type. Bowl at Miami. Fla. in festive ceremony. Pat Ste kman. the electric range. Cheap. 1328
: :The girls' campaign for individuality festival's "Theme Girl. puts the crown on the queen's head. Four apartments rooms and light| White Street dec23-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-

: proved itself ho ever, Sixteen year-old Miss Gustafson was chosen from a field of housekeeping rooms. $5 to. $15 I BUSINESS PLACES
and teen-age clothes have :personality -. 10 contestants. per week. 411 William Street I Washing machine, Maytag Com-
and style, instead',o| theo .dec29-29t j mander. Factory new condi- I Complete Grocery and Meat Market -
T (=sack yardstick: used,bj. |. tie- -- 1 tion. Price, 10500. 505-B Equipment in excellent
Mom's The Stutz Hotel, 4l6 Fleming I West Pomciana. condition. Reasonably priced.
signers: in era. ,: dCC2 -3txI
**Juke; boxes were still on the I O \ GE.Jmu TilE BULLDOGS Street has an efficiency apt., I 535 Francis Street Telephone

list'<)l desired entertainment, but, '" and several sleeping rooms vacant Bedrom suite, kitchen set washing r 1l53- L dec303txWANTEDEMPLOYMENT
indications are that their popu- Low weekly or monthly machine sewing machine,
larity, waned.and this may I rates. dec7-tf i| couch. All in good condition. }!
the ban on new recording; .
eeuse Apply 906 Georgia Street
'stymied new talent new songs. 3 kt4a I FOR RENT-HOUSES I dcc30-3tx I Will do typing or bookkeeping at .
Bing Crosby's star still was : I i home. Mrs. J. Leonhardt 802
sinning in the teen-ago ky but i! Two-bedroom house furni.>hed.1! I Eaton Street dec30-2tx
II |
noticeably I i FOR SALE-HOUSES
Frank Sinatra had slipped Just redecorated inside. Excellent -1
by comparison. Vic Damone : location. Season only. i ij i I AND LOTS I Ii j| REPAIRS-RADIOS
slipped. So did Perry Como. One I Phone 667J. dec23-tf
new singer clicked with the i| Two furnished houses, desirable j i Radio repairs, while-U-wait. Low

young smart set Handsome Dean tt I i I FOR RENT-COTTAGES ;;: location. Write owner Box standard prices by catalog. 14
Martin, it is being predicted will 1 1: XY c/o Citizen. dec22-lOtx I years radio experience in man-
wind up on the list of all-time I Small cottage for couple. Utilities : ufacturing plants. 1116 White-
greats in the popular-music furnished. $1600 weekly. Ap-i I I FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE head Street nov30-28tx

world. A smooth baritone, his ( ply 800 Simonton. dec30-2t II j!
voice closely resemb os Crosby's. Dining Room seating 77. Furnished -I REPAIRSELECTRICALAPPLIANCES

Smart money says wait until Mr I FOR RENT-BOATS homes and apartments. 8
Martin makes some new record I I to 22 units. Paul Boysen, 626 i
i Fleming Street Box 303 Key ]
ings! Sam Lowe's Rental
I Boat Service.I !: Washers, irons, vacuums and
Billboard's poll shows that New Mercury outboard motors; West dec27-6tx !i iI
i j fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone
194.84\ top selling male vocalist ; I and Ramsey plywood boats and I, 1164-M. dec27-6t
over retail counters was Bing rowboats. Visit Stock Island Lot for sale 50x100. At 3711

Crosby. His best selling tune- today and fish your worries j I Flagler. Call 1576-R. I II I WANTED-EMPLOYMENT
"Now Is the Hour." Buddy Clarkewas I i I dec28-3tx i
second with "Love Somebody" away. dec30-6txj I II
third with Unfurnished two-bedroom house' Man. with car, wishes part-time
Jerry Wayne
; I
"You Can't Be True Dear"; Dick 4' HELP WANTED FEMALE i i i I I on small lot Phone 249-J I Ii Ij I employment Consider any-

Haymes fourth" with "Little a Beautician steady employment j i j dec30-3tx J I thing. Interview. Box dec29-3tx Y-15.
Lies. Como
Perry was in
for all round operator. Martin'sHair
seventh place and Frank.Sinatra St>'ltet 921 Truman Avenue -I I FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES
'didn't figure at all. tP> Photo dec29-3tx I
Since teenagers have taken a !i SUPPLIES
right-about-face in fashion and ORANGES IN ALL FORMS are given two top players on the girls.I:' Notes (Promissary). Ic each.
fancy of their singing stars there University of Georgia football team in Miami. Fla. where the Fountain and luncheonette } Minimum five. Artman Frees,i Special price on 100-lb. sack of
Island Book and Soda
are no forecasts as to what they Bulldogs will meet Texas in the Orange Bowl game New Year's City I Citizen Bldg., Phone 51. t Bloom-Aid fertilizer. Key West
Shop. 222 Duval. Reopening
will do in 1949 It is reasonableto Day. Johnny Rauch (left) samples orange juice from a mammoth I dec27-tf Garden and Lawn Supply Co,
Jan. 1st No phone calls, please.
that the look 914 Fleming St. TeL 1019.
assume ladylike glass and Gene Lorendo holds King Orange himself.
Walter Beebe
will continue, that they will not I 1- owner. dec29-3t! FOR SALE-MERCHANDISE dec29-tf
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cut theirs shorter perhaps will l
even let it grow longer. SALE NOW LOST
ARMY HAS CORN Waitresses wanted. Apply Ha- I PRE-INVENTORY
Games were mad mad things. I I dec30-2t'l' ON. Prices slashed. We don't
Kids talked to each other without bana-Madrid. want anything left to count Man's new brown Buxton stitch-

.looking at each other just for I' I. CHILDREN'S CORNER (next less wallet Xmas night Initials
fun; they used wild handshakes: I TROUBLE IN JAPAN Wanted-Female to do general i'I to Sears). dec29-2tx "J.F.P. Reward. Telephone
cleansing tissues were passed by I office work. Local girl preferred : I 258-W. dec29-3t
sniffing from nose to nose. Temp- Apply Navarro. Inc. i
TOKYO i/P Ask what's and hell tell ,: FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
any Japanese cooking dec30-3t.
tation kisses took the place of the MOVING AND HAULING
old Postoffice game-kids sat on you it Isn't corn. Not at his house. He doesn't like corn. And there I I
I Bandies of old at 1tnt -
opposite ends of the sofa, stared are 300000 tons of corn waiting to be eaten. It was shipped over Photographer young lady, night each bundle.newspapers Inquire at I Furniture Moving .

and moved closer until their lips here by the United States to feed j Iti club experience preferred.]I The Citizen Office. nov20-tf I II' II Ii General Hauling
met. There were sock hops where the hungry. i State age experience and qual Every Load Fully Insured

shoes were parked or checked: The United States couldn't 1)i be fed' to livestock. The livestock ifications. Box SE c/o Key I'I' One Dayton electric water pump I ISLAND CITY TRANSFFR
certain days when boys wore GI i don They'd just as soon West Citizen. dec30-3t i
; ship wheat and other grains be- I with motor and tank com I Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman
shoes to school, new words suchas have corn.
dec20-l ltx
cause the Allies of Europe get plete. One kerosene oil range.
geeksnook replaced 'I
jerk and shmoc; boys went m first crack at the available supply I I like new. One double-barrel WANTED TO BUY
for the woody woodpecker haircut Now the U. S. Army has a I Syracuse will be competing in service. domestic or shotgun, 12 gauge. Apply 1028 -- .-- _
-completely shorn except fora little scheme to get rid of some gymnastics for the second season commercial. Holbrook Refrig- Virginia Street dec28-3tx Bottled gas stove for boat use.::
of ,that 1 Call 892- L dec28.3txMISCELLANEOUS
this winter.
Phone 724-W.
tuft of hair on top. eration Service,
The Japanese farmer is allow- i I dec28-6tx Give the Marshall touch to your I

ed to keep millet sorghum and I BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES business. Fine signs, letterheads -I

\St ,ax. other coarse grains to feed his STORAGE trade mark designs. Consult -
HYou livestock. These grains can be I I II I Books Books Books the Marshall Studio in Picture framing, pictures framed

( may write Vivian Brown made into food a Japanese will Art Supplies Art Supplies Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor Telegraph Lane on your design and matted. DiNegro's 614 of this paper about news eat. The Japanese can trade i I Bookshop, Cor. Simonton & Eaton commercial. Phone 798. and decorating problems. Francis, Phone 1197Mdec423tx

cf your own gang.' t thP,-c ;grains for corn \\hich cu. :I I rll2t1tthur"1tlmnx: .,. dscl-li% crojanl-6-8-: ;

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ltlCls 'I DEWEY I.. L: I TRUMAN I of the Southwest and Rockies
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: :-.;: BEDS IEGIN I'. I' \ ....4 I I Died in Alton. Calit, Sept. 4,

I IEKIIN BIOCKAOE e I i j I' # 1864.
19) 68 t-.A U S. STEEL UfS L .- -.... -4 1813-Joel T. Headley popular
;: #' I WAGES. PRICES J \e .., l New York writer of history booksof
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k ,_ L. JI.; ..........,-.. ......... ..... 6.. \ ..... San Francisco Union general and

IgJ. then governor of Pennsylvania
CZECH REDS ... born in Westmoreland County,
"',.t SEIZE POWER : tAaMCicI'.cI P ret* aw. Pa. Died Feb. 8,. 1873.

1 i TAX HOUSE REDUCTION PASSES Bill' I .r.y..f 60 ,rocks) ft; a y .......... 1847-John P. Altgeld. gover

180 6. PRICES DROP ON COMMODITY PRICES -. nor of Illinois, a unique political
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MAJOR COMMODITIES I .. .. figure born in Germany. Died
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March 12, 19021872William
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A. Lamed na-
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JAN. FEB. MAR. APH. MAY JUN. JUL. AUG. SEP. OCT. NOV. DEC his day, born at Summit, N.: J..A

I suicide Dee. 16, 1 26.- .
., 1873-Alfred E. Smith four
times governor of New York;
r Presidential candidate in ,1928,
"'e Associated Press General Business Editor "The Warriol'born
NEW YORK-The postwar boom carried the United States I New York City Died OcV>4.:1944-

.through a record-breaking prosperity in 1948 but appeared to

be levelling off at year-end. Congressional Committee PowerBy TODAY IN HISTORY

Most forecasters saw continued good times for the months zs ti i
(Know America)
ahead, although some of the business community approached
1812 Schooner Tatriot
1949 with apprehension.Profit .
leaves Charleston S. C. for Europe
margins were narrowing in many lines, and other ASHINGTON-AP-A lot of people are boiling mad at and is never heard from

weak points were beginning to show up. Retail sales, although I the tactics of the House UnAmerican Activities Committee and again famed Theodosia'Burramong

high by "normal" standards, slowed up in the final monthsof axe clamoring for controls over all congressional committees. I ; passengers.

1948. Many business leaders expressed concern over what Senator Scott W. Lucas (D.-Ill.) and Rep. Helen Gahagan Doug- I 1853 Historic Gadsden. Pur-

1949 would bring in governmental controls and taxes. I las (D.-Calif.)) are sponsoring bills to compel congressional com- i chase United States buys strip

Many of the records set in 1948 were in dollar figures, mittees to follow certain rules and regulations. I tot land from Mexico, now the

flecting inflation. In the final months of the year the rate The case of Dr. E. U. Condon aroused so much indignation southern border of New Mexico.

increase generally was declining. It seemed that 1948 re-I among scientists and other leaders that a national campaignwas i 1854-The first oil company in

eventually be recorded as the peak of the boom. Among organized. The UnAmerican Activities Committee had said Ithe.I Pennsylvania country Rock chartered Oil Company- The

smaller industries where a reversal traditionally shows up Dr. Condon, nuclear physicist and director of the National Bu- 1869-The NobCe Order of thei

first a pinch already was being felt at year-end. i reau of Standards, was the weakest link in the security of our i Knights of Labor largest labor

Our problem is to control the .1J(L atomic energy program. Although Dr. Condon asked the committee If! organization in country for two

adjustment apparently being I for an opportunity to make a public denial under oath I I I'I decades founded in Philadelphia.
ured the Bureau
made; to achieve a level of by government's r rI the committee has never given him opportunity to testify in his I 1903-Tragic Chicago Iroquois
of Labor Statistics was j
prosperity probably below that I t 1
own behalf. ., Theatre fire Some 609, mostly
of 1948. and avoid a recession I tapering off at the end of the I Congressional committees also | women and children, die.
or depression. Top authorities year after hitting a high ofnLS
have been accused of admitting Killed 1918-American soldiers fight
feel a sharp setback can be in August and September. ClingingTo
the Bolsheviks Siberia.
evidence not letting an in
avoided and that we have This means that according to ..
1941 Broadcasts Manila
aggrieved person cross-examine -i in
many months ahead of "good: the government statisticians. a I witnesses, harassing witnesses Train. stop as Japs dismantle radio sta
moderate income liv-
times. family of (Id3) WirephotoLT.
with unfair and issuing : tions.
questions, I
The country as a whole was ingin a large city found prices I '
riding the highest and longest in these two months 74 Vi per I statements in advance of BERLIN Germany:-Two persons J. B. PREVOST (above) of I 1942 American troops fight
hearings distorted view. I Rommel North Africa.
giving a clinging to the utside of a ( .
cent than the of
post-war boom in history as 1948 average Ooltewah Teniu was among 1944
the period ..193539.the base Neither a court nor a grand I Berlin elevated train were killed I resume drive
ended. With most of the rest of I the 12 U. S. Air Force fliers the Western Front
jury could get with such when hit by a train traveling in }jon
for the index. away I
the world still from rescued from the Greenland
staggering t
I Food procedures, but the Supreme the opposite direction. The elevated j I 1946-Baruch Plan for control
were declining
the wreck of the United prices
war I ice cap Tuesday He was pilot i of atomic adopted by the
Court has upheld what is called railway blacked out at night energy
faster but still than
States was sailing along at a clip were more I
double the the principle of "free congres- due to the electricity shortage, is of the first ill fated plane that UN Atomic Energy Commissionwith
undreamed of only a few pre-war
years ; only Russia abstaining from
sional inquiry. always over-crowded and the crashed on the ice cap more
ego. |[ The apparent leveling off of voting.
t Congressional committees men were taking that means of than half a month ago.
The average citizen felt the soaring costs followed months are getting to their hmesFewAustrians. 1947-Henry A. Wallace's sev-
not required to under --- --
prosperity in the highest |I[after a major break in commodity -! operate any 1 en-point plan urges aid to Russia'
rules Forest Peters for
those them- playing
standard of living the world prices in February, the first I except they s satellite states.
I blow the infla- selves establish. It's explainedthis ( Montana State in 1942, drop-
has ever known. Prices were I I real to post-war "'!
way by William P. Rogers, kicking 17 field goals in one
high-they hit records along i I tion.i Farm prices never regained
Mail The
chief counsel of the investigating game Citizen to Relatives
with almost everything else- their January peak and nearlyall I ,
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subcommittee of the Senate Expenditures Jobless
like the over-all
but incomes also were high. prices, '
cost of living index, climbed considerably Committees: "
and the people were using I
more automobiles and more I I' more slowly after February The business of a grand jury or VIENNA< >>-Le3 than one I

,- more home appliances, and i a court is with one crime, All per cent of Austria's working i Suited To All FormalitiesAre

were better clother and better The Associated Press index of pertinent facts can be examined population is unemployed, recent .
I I hit within a limited time even allowing government figures show. The ,
fed than ever before.In wholesale commodity prices a for These
the midst of this general record of 208.14 in January allows. all the delays the law I figure is described as the "abso- <

prosperity, some groups have plunged precipitately to around But lute minimum" by government
a congressional
committeecan I
been pinched by inflation. People 185 in February and March, authorities. FINEST QUALITYTUXEDOS
1! cover almost as wide an area
with fixed incomes, some white climbed slightly during the summer I
as it wishes. A dozen
collar workers and salaried professional ;['I to around 190 and was closing damaging I' hearings The whole legislative
accusations might be heard
in a would be I
and semi-professional out the year below 180. This process hamstrung.

employes have been among those :j index is based on average prices day.If all Rogers and others, however,
persons concerned could
for the 1926. believe there is no good reason I
not faring so well And the lower year stop the hearings for cross-exam- t
income man, regardless of his oc- Heavy governments spendingin ination and statements and for why witnesses before congres-
I sional committees should not
receive -
cupation, found it harder to make aid to foreign nations and inrearmament 'arguments about the admissibal-

ends meet under the high cost of,. at home launched ity of evidence, the work of the fair treatment The way to .
do it he for the committee I
says, is -
foods I in the spring after the commodity committee could be. dogged down I
to discipline itself. His
The} economist;, who studies the price break. providedthesAaor for months or It
years Cxjngres
: v committee he says, for a longperiod t Smart Distinctive Tuxedos
Mom record and perfectly
in figures; had only spur to inflation men have many other things!
highs to look at in surveying '-' 'major pitop' lo the prosperity. do besides attend committeecan : procedure t fitted to you Perfectly suited $o'your
1343.. Consequently the future of this I I

The value of what the country program is interlinked closely victory which they thought the 1. staff Thorough without investigation publicity beI by 1 I Budget. Come in today-Select your nw"Tux"

produces (gross national product) with the future of our economy would
annual the bring a more favorable fore hearings are held. 2. Private for the many occasions to com*.
record future of
had soared to a And behind the climate for industry and finance or executive sessions before j'
rate of $256,000,000,000 in the program lies the unpredictable .
closing months of the year The outcome of the "cold war" between After the first shock public hearings There the charges -;
a brighter
I -
are heard and the witnesses ,
rate was at $2 800,000,000 at Capitalism and Commu- $3950
view prevailed and the
as present their side. 3. If the' .
the end of 1947, and was $229- nism. closed
year increasing expres- charges seem unfounded, there is I
608000000 for the whole of 1947. At year-end the governmentwas
sions optimism was heard. The no public hearing and no public I
The people's total earnings. at annual rate '
government was at to
pains wipe ity. 4. If the charges are subsequently -
including profit and wages of $12,000,000,000 for rearmament out fears. I
(national income) hit a rate of President Truman set a The made in a public hearing, |
brought the end of I
year the accused the
I is right to
around $ againsta limit of $15,000,000,000 on military many shortages, and many still I confront his accuser, to contest'i I
rate of $212.800.000.000 at the for the fiscal year
I' prevailed. Textiles, radios and
the charges and to submit written ,
dose of 1947 and S202..598.000- I next June 30, but heI
beginning small electrical appliances DRESS SHIRTS
came I questions to the chairman to be I
000 all of that year. I was under pressure to increase it into ample supply while steel asked adverse witnesses.

Corporate profits after taxes I at year-end. The armed services and steel products, some nonferrous -!1: A code of fair procedure also I(:
were something more particularly for a I Be in of these White Cotton
running are pressing metals and automobiles led is being considered by at least right one
than $20000000000 for the $17,500,000,000 budget, and have the list of still j i
goods scarce. two members of the House Un- !! Pleated-Bosom. Fold-Collar Shirts.
year. an increase of about $2.- I submitted figures even higher. In general, the 'er-all supply American Activities Committee I

500.000.000 over 1947. Amidst all the boom of 1948, situation was easier, retail sales | Reps. Karl E. Mundt (R,S.D.) and i

Industrial production set sec- i the stock market, a traditional were declining and prices were i Richard M. Nixon (R.-Cal.). They '! i I -
ords 1948 neared its end. The of business, failed to
as barometer falling as the year closed. '!have announced that they hope I
Federal Reserve Board's over-all Its role as a key to the
respond None of this
was regarded as : to include such a node in the:'
index of industrial productionstood nation's economic health was necessarily forcastutg the oft- | committee final report of the ,
at a new high in October. poorly played. Stocks fell with feared recession. In fact. lead I ACCESSORIESi
j sessiop
It 195 cent of the aver- then i
was February,
per commodities in
economists hailed
ing it as a I Senator Carl A. Hatch (D-N.
age for 1935-39 up 3 percentage made a steady climb through healthy sign, a portent of an 1 M.) made this comment: I )

points from September. But the July, wavered through September end to inflation. but at a time :, "It is my considered opinion i or Maroon String End Ties '

gains came chiefly from durable rallied in the weeks proceding and at a rat aiding a healthy that proper conduct and prcedure

Coeds production. Nondurableshad the November election, and readjustment to a high level of by a congressional committee depends -
slowed their advance to a then plunged after President prosperity for several years to I to a large extent upon the i Maroon Cummerbund, Black Nylon

walk Other measures of the nation's Truman's As measured the Associated come.More inflation now would be !. is personnel, the individual of the committee-that members-and I| I I Hose Cuff Links & Studs by Hickok

economic pulse showed a similar Press average of 60 representative regarded as unhealthy, and a ) especially upon the chairman. A ,

trend. The number of people employed stocks the market hit a low sharp deflation as probably I chairman of a congressional committee '. I

in both industry and agriculture of 60.3 on February 10, climbedto worse. The economists offer no who is a man of broad .1 -

hit a record of more than a high of 72.4 on July 9, and guarantee against a "bust"at anytime .1' experience understanding and a Ii' i

61,000,000 during the peak was down around the year's low but it is the belief of mostof fundamental knowledge and respect .'

months of June, July and August, again in December them that the orderly readjust- for the rights of witnesses Ii

a million more than during 1947's Some business leaders and ment apparently now under way and proper confines oral limitations KANTOR'S MEN'S
top period. The increase of wage- the financial community in is a good thing, and that we all upon committee powers. I I

earners more than reflected the particular were first stunnedby have enough work to do to keepus will not have to be circumscribedor II I SHOP

population the President's re-election. busy and prosperous for some impeiltil by rules and regulations -
cost of living as mtas- having anticipated a months ahead. I .

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The Citizen Office-51 : TonightVeterans I hr Drtsih

Retidenc --629XJNnvy 1 I of Foreign Wars Post

"AII.-tIIIII t.'o.: 3911 and their auxiliary will
i .jld their last meeting of the I (
Wives Club No. 88 Held -------1 I this evening at their club- r e. i!
-)use on Elizabeth street. The
tt..-eting will be under the joint I .
Yesterday c-pervikion.; i>f Commander Tony :

New Clnbnwms At Naval Station I founders Arthur and, President- Vanessa I & ) L ei

-- Al members of both units have -
Nay Wives Aub No. M held .Friday: January 7th from 8:00: cx,>en. urged -attend as several t 1. ;i-
.Itt lr sueUl meting to the policies -
r yesterftrro p. in. to 1:00 x m. atttr pertaining
My >n at N.C.C.S, and I I.I the units for the coming yearn iA
This dance will feature I
Iatef adJHWIWd to their new I a '11 be discussed. The meeting
"" which are limtrd in buffet supper and dancing and is I i dill begin at 8:00: p. m. L % : .
IT* .t the U. S. 1'aval free to all married enlisted personnel -

)...... and will be held as part Carbonells To
rctftfttftC Mat Wrdfl943y, of the membership drive of the _
JMWMjr Mk Ihe flub will hold all flub. Slides will be shown at the Smathers i t H-d Iii". ; _
loin .
|lie nirrtiBg* in these new dub. .Naval Station movie theatres to Rep.
escort, thv e meetings consisting aid this drive.
fcf a IMMMWM mrrlinc on lh* see.eswt The club is expecting a large In Miami$ fkTs
Wrdnraday- ..r each month. I attendance at this dance as many s
tv.. Metal ",",mal. at which new navy families have arrivedin City Commissioner and Mrs.
........ are west speaker and Key West, and this is the L. uis Carbonell! arc leaving to-
e41.f ....... activities. im the 1st dub's way of reaching them and v Cur Miami where they will
and W Wednesdays' of the extending to the wives a welcome 'J.n Representative George _
tisiiP and (he fourth meeting. and offer of friendship.On : .lathers and with him attend I
t MM pine. nweiy ** ".n. la devoted. to ahintixwn of Navy Wives Club No. 83 y : New Year's Day. j
_u, fir members will be hostesses at the Naval Mr. Smathers expects: spend -
artiNer .-'s. Hospital from 10:00: to 11:30 a. m.1 turday and Sunday in Miami. j' :
THe surds i> very grateful to I to the patients, the hospital staff Nf--. and Mrs. Carbonell plan to' _
NCCA erretary' Mr*. Eileen and their guests. Coffee and i turn to Key West on Monday. '
d%>iM M>n. and to .....nsi< rph Marmc. nr St. Mary's Jo-I I members. Calendar Of F. __ __ __
try time having permitted it tul I I Among other Christmas activities I
Ail. lU meetinM at N C.C.S. in : two club members, Mrs. Coming Events I
th. pt, and ha extended heartfelt I I Teresa Braxton and Mrs. Mada- I l i
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tfcaj...iu to tMh. lene Taylor helped Santa Claus VKURSDAY, DECEMBER 30th- I r W"' """' '' -- "' "!' J----- > ,
Yesterday was the first time, distribute gifts at the large Naval I: I like Fred Sl'B-DEB SITI.\K She all set
Joint meeting Veterans of For- a JT'IpnII PARTY GIRL. She9 tutting a rug just
swat rf the members had seen Station Christmas party on December in her ,l coltoitjnin
eign Wars and Auxiliary, 8 in her holiday dance for holiday fun slri/x
U* new rtubrouma and everyone 24th. p. m. at Clubhouse on Elizabeth -II girl meets<< a lunulmmip sailor, J// ltd /IsfoiVe--oy the''a prettier, irt'i/t contrasting blouse. fll
wa very pleased tu find them- The club is proud of the fact street.> .1,0':4 glad S/IP'X looking her best in dress o/ pastel chambray with quaint print set-in \ er I
selves in. urh pleasant surround. that they have received a letter FtUDA y, DECEMBER 31stIJcw I and ntf/le. Says the boy friend "IF/ial a dresses' are inspired by Half GrPrl1 .
tat* An added feature of the from Presidential Secretary Mat- Year's Ball, Casa Marina a storybook plaid jxirty j"'llf'r yoke doll!" ",ray'. books .
new rlubniutna, U the smaller thew J. Connelly in which he Hotel.MONDAY.. I anti if hilt* blouse.R beantifnl
which U to be used I .. ----- -- ----- -- -I-
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imnn as a acknowledged the invitation extended -t JANUARY 3rd- ------ --- -
nursery &ad children's playrtiom by the club for President Annual Silver: Tea sponsoredby 1---- - - ----

during the meetings.At Truman to attend an affair spon- I V&man's Auxiliary of St. R Personal Mention J I GETS MOTHER'S CARU I
yesterday's meeting" tentative sored by the club during his visit Paul's Church. Parish Hall, ROYAL IUIJY

plan were discussed fur the here last November.Mrs. I 4:00: to 6:00: p. m. i! Visiting in Key West on the :
hujdtng of a housewarming partyat Edith Clark was hostess at I TUESDAY, JANUARY 4th- I ,. !,
a later date At the same time, yesterday's meeting, and mem- j Regular meeting Key West ,..... 27th was Mrs. Juia -Forsythe. 1'
final I plans were made for the bers present included the Mes- I Woman's Club, 3:38: p. m. at f; :: ......-r-: _.. t.' >>- .", Secretary of the Marathon Chamber : l .

monthly dance sponsored by dames Isabel Bliss.: Teresa Brax- Clubhouse on Duval street. I''h HEAD r [ NOSE w. t"'". '. : of Commerce. '. '.
Navy Wives Club January's ton. Helen Cherwa Jacqueline MURSDAY. JANUARY 6th- Sj: Pamela Curran; Pat Ryan [, ,' ";. 'I Stated Mrs. Forsythe: The : :; k .
dance tu be held at the White hillier Madalene Taylor, Jeanne Meeting, Key West Garden II '/" Society Model_ _p... 4 'town was running over with vis-I -. 'J
Hat Club at the Naval Station on Reynolds and Vera Wood.
Club 8 p. m. Place of meet ", --" U"1 : I .
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automobile tags
< itors. We saw
ing to be announced later. / <-- ---- -:' + th
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8th- I \, ) EYES UPS from every part of our nation. I

Mr*. Edith Rhodes Foster Makes Formal Opening Ball Casa Marlene Dietrich Elaine Baisett, r Wonder how many of them
Marina Hotel.. By invitation. i t I thought of the privilege we think .
FACIAL BONE STRUCTURE it is to live on the beautiful Florida .,
Flnl Visit To West Since 1939 \.
Key I 1
Vislol Rifle Wendy Ru we I-Model Keys '
t .
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Mrs. Edith Rhodes Foster, ofI pIe who knew Key West some* t.J y:

St. Albans. Vt. and Beverly I' years ago, and Mrs. Foster states Club: Meets Soon i I Odd Crash rr ].
that must be taken that the s
care I I
Mass. on Tuesday of this week j BUST ._
old Key West and its inimitable Southernmost Pistol and Rifle if
the bat- ....
Mrs. CINCINNATI-When | ..
Olof I
visited Soderberg and ;
Lana Turner .
be lost forever. I
atmosphere not i tub, affiliated members of the failed : ,
Mrs. Joseph Stephen Guley, her{ "The charm and flavor of this national. Rifle Association, will 3 tery Edward of.A.his.Landerman autompbile left his, : -

friends of many year's standing. place which is like nothing to .,old a meeting at American Leon WAISTLINE 1 71-year-old wife, in the car and It' ".. ,-
This was Mrs. Foster's first be found anywhere else in all ".. Hall on Stock Island, Januy Constance Benner! walked eight blocks for help. '\ l
trip to Key West since 1939! America. should be preserved," 3rd Monday, at 8 p. m. Returning with a patrolman I :
though she had previously spent: said Mrs. Foster. "In many other This meeting has been called they came upon the wreck of his : .
several winter seasons here, at' cities of the same size as Key .or the purpose of enrolling char- HIP ; dead .
s car against a tree, his wife r .. .. '
eat 'VJI'
which time she was active ini I West, there is a depressing i.r members, and to stimulate inrst I Jo Cagle r inside. The car was in high tll_ t
&.i affairs and also devoted|I 'sameness'. But Key West has in the sport of handling I Model gearThe only explanation, .w
time the collection of always been so distinctively itself inarms.: All persons interested
tome to i s police said, was that a passing ,
shells, which, is hq hobby. so very different in every e cordially invited by the club r motorist had bumped the car .. ., ..
. For the past two years Mrs.I way from any other place." i.- attend this meeting. T'v, H and started it down hill caus- : io.&
Foster has been! at the University<' Mrs. Foster regrets that she t: Mrs.
t ing it to crash into ... __ _
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of Florida in Tallahassee, where j was unable to see many other Hoy: Scouts 253Meet ; w Linderman could not drive. I vn w IR"HIIJU'UI
j' i
she is a social director. I friends here during her brief
of'' visit, but will endeavor to returnat i CLOSE-UP of England's Princess Elisabeth and her ace_,
During her Tuesday's tour Tomorrow \: At the historic battle of Bunker I I THIS
the city, Mrs. Foster expressed a not too far distant date for a ,i ,, Hill in the Revolution, accordingto I Prince Charles of Edinburgh was made when the royal baby I
the vast longer stay, at which time, with Arlene Dahl
herself amazed at m flag bore the
as one Lonodn.
tradition Palac: in
that in Buckingham
It has been announced Iz I ; was one month old. They are
amount of improvement that has more time at her disposal, she r Sfarfet motto "Come if you dare."
taken place in Key West, and the will renew old contacts and oy Scout Troop No. 253 ---- -- ---- ...
ill hold tomor
; a meeting
made. again enjoy her hobbies of shell- r.
changes that have been
'''.' evening, Friday, at 6:30:

These a source great of changes surprise to are pea-always collecting and fishing., swimming, boating i'clock:-Vindsor has at been Lane.It St.urged. Anne's that all Hall mem-on < :a '" THE lady DETACHED Sylvia Ashler LOOK LAST SALE OF 1948. .

:ors attend this important nieetnf -

Mrs. Vincent; McDermott Wins Grand I :unewcd.DAUGHTER,., as the. troop charter must bei 1 6 FIRST SALE OF 1949 1 :

Prize In Pollock's Name Contest I 0K\ I JIISS 79/9 She may look like this .

Submitted by Mrs.Vincent McDermott mott was thrilled and gave considerable TO J/K. AVD MRS. POLLOCK'S Quality Jewelers ; :
of Catherine Sh'ectt!, thought to the prize she I By VIVIAN BROWN. AP Newsfcatures Writer ,Il at ... ;
would select, as Pollock's offer 'SRXEST PEREZ Samuel Murray Lange a dress designer has designed a rs
the Key judges West, as the the name moot chosen appropriate by(i one of the largest stocks of fine .'- daughter was born 'at 8:30'l "perfect girl" for 1949. She is a composite of 12 reigning beauties '.' FRIDAY December 31st t ONE DAY ONLY ;
gift mezza- jewelry and gifts. Since Decem- ". m. yesterday in the Monroe I all done up as a plaster mannikin.
for Pollock's new
4' nine is, THE TREASURE LOFT.:i ber 29th was her Silver Anniver- ':ounty flospital to Mr. and Mrs. ''I Ten of the Uvelve and the attributes for which they were 9:00: A. M. 8:00: P.M. -
627 Whitehead
Mrs. McDermott elected to ;;rnest Perez,
stated she saw I sary I selected
Mrs. McDermott items that any 'take sterling flatware and selected :meet. The baby weighed six HEAD-Society's Pamela Curran; FACIAL BONE STRUC- Jewelry OnlyDress
Ladies' Costume
so many lovely Off On
woman would treasure, and, be-j STRASBOURG by GOR- munds, five ounces. I TURE-Model Wendy Russel; LIPS-Model Elaine Bassett; I 500/0/ t-t

ing upstairs the name, "The I I BAM, for whom Pollock's are authorized NOSE-Model Pat Ryan; EYES-Mcnlene Dietrich; BUST- :,
distributors. :Seeks DivorceA Year's with our Stunning Costume Jewelry
for New
Treasure Loft", just popped into I this Lana Turner; WAISTonstance Bennett; HIPS-Model Jo up
i i As indicated elsewhere on "THE DETACHED : These Saving Prices. '"
her mind. divorce Cagle; LEGS-Starlet Arlene Dahl and I ILOOK"Lady at Money
now seeking a
i Pollock's are preparing petition
Another contestant apparently and 1 page for a New Year's Sale, be- i as filed yesterday in the office Sylvia Ashley. He's not telling who the other oOo oOo .-.i ,

-t received the same impression"Pollock's I ginning Monday, January 3rd, ,>f Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. two might be. 3 1949. THROUGH
submitted the name, McDermott's and all merchandise on "TI=E Sawyer by Margaret Lucille Lange says he spent six months creating his beautiful MONDAY, ,
Treasure Loft. made Mrs. one day I TREASURE LOFT will be included ewis Dennart against Charles WEDNESDAY JANUARY J 5th. :
entry was i'artwell Dennart. I doll.The is her
and was ac- at discounts ranging as most important thing about this wan beauty
earlier, however awarded the grand high as Fifty Percent, with a Spe- "bone structure" according to Lange. She has "interesting Discounts on All Merchandise Throughout the Store

prize.cordingly I cial Selection of items; at $1.00 Apply l To Wed hollows and a visible cord in her neck. She is not vigorous|, Ranging as High as 50rr !!!

Needless to say, Mrs. McDer- each.Advt.Brlxtoli. but rather the "hesitating type" with the Detached Look lady-j'
-- ---- -- --.-- An application for a marriage like and appealing definite qualities a girl needs in 1949, he' r
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l'tense was filed yesterday in the I Special Selection of$1.00 Items ,

Scouts To; Pain il yflrriving office of County Judge Raymond says.She has three different hairdos simple, madonna-like I
U. Lord by Robert Knowles, 36, luncheon 1
d 513 William street and Mabel (added hair piece) for men; short and swirly as a No Layaways or Charges at These Thrifty/ Prices &

Meet? ? Tonight TodayFor Hodden 28, of 707 Love lane. conversation piece for the bridge club; casual ash-blonde for travel.sUPer-i oOo oOo -1
of this
the measurements
Boy Scout Troop No. 52 will VisitMiss Here: Height are -5' 6 inches without shoes; weight-114 lbs.; Come in Now and Select the Things You Want to Purchase

hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 at queen head-21 7 8 inches; shoulders-16 inches; bust-34\'z inches; !I' During these Sensational Sales.
St. Paul's Parish Hall= at which Etta Patterson and her V.j ;ji. inches; thigh-19 inches; calf-J IFI -'.
l 23 Vi inches hips-34 items
waist- fair-traded
for the *Except
will register will :
time Scouts ;
: t.sister, Mrs. 13/i inches; ankle-7 7 8 inches; waist to knee-28Vz inches; ; oOo oOoPOLLOCK'S :

coming The new year.Scoutmaster of the have a very distinguished them guest ......................................, center-neck to center back-18 inches. |I a :,
and his family visiting over
Donald Bundy, an
will be
troop ------ -
Eagle Scout with 43 merit badges, the New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Butler of II 'born in Carlisle, Pa., 54 years j
connected with the U. Their nephew, the Hon. CarterM. !::Lndicott N. Y. announce the TODAY'S IHKTIIIUYS
and who is I \ UR LIT Y ,
S. Navy and expects to be stationed Braxton, his wife and their December birth of a 29th.son at 1:15: p. m. on (Know America) ago.Franklin C. Watkins, eminent a \\t 1 I IIJ"J 1 Q -
for the next two two young daughters arrived to- of Englewood New York, 54
here I Dr. Francis Carter Wood artist, born in .
the highway from The child weighed eight pounds N fe
years. day over four ounces at birth, and his N. J., famed pathologist, years ago. r J
John Yates will act as one o: Scarsdale, New York. Dr. George B. Darling, Jr., Yale' EWELERS
the assistant Scoutmasters and 1 Mr. Braxton was born here in mother, Mrs. Butler, was former- I born in Columbus, Ohio, 79 years director of medical affairs former -
recreational director and other : the Patterson home on Caroline I.' Miss Edna Sands, daughter of of the National
I secretary
iiis. : .
Alex Sands of Key West.
assistant Scoutmasters include Street forty-seven years ago. lie I ago.Prof.. Forrest F. Hill land econ Academy of Sciences in Washington I

Ernest J. A Vila, Arthur Boza and I is Braxton the son and of Eva the late Patterson J. Marshall Brax- The fake owls} put on the ledfes i omist, born Kingman Co., Kans., born in Boston, 43 years J: 508 DUVAl STREET KEY WEST FLA.
Raul Ptrez.
: of buildings in San 48 years ago. ago.
., AU boys from twelve to sixteen I ton, and is an English barrister, Francisco: public to frighten pigeons Prof. John Bakeless Cornell of I Dr. Stanley High of New York, I I "Experienced Jewelers for Three
Wars of age interested in Scouting as well as an international law- New York University, noted noted clergyman and editor, born ..
York ....ay have become a favorite I the I
i are invited by the troop to [yer and banker in pigeon nesting place. journalist, editor and lecturer: in Chicago 53 years ago.

L,, attend the meeting tonight. City. w J I Generations't'

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FORECAST: Picture Oddes-1948I;'; I IH very best meals all free to some extent in the Jews

Key West and Vicinity: Rain STUTTGAHTlV all cities of the world New York has I who are found all over the world.

this afternoon ending tonight, the busiest harbor, the longest street, the highest buildings-and the A recent book called "The I II
rirvrinx .late tonight and Friday i lL : fewest public lavatories. This statement comes from Josef Eberle. Shame of the States" says. "Not a I -
Colder< tonight, colder Friday. .
single mental
editor of the American licensed, hospital in the
Frh to moderately strong "tlt Unied States meets, or has ever
and north winds late this "Stuttgarter Zeitung." Eberle met, even the minimum stan- f fI
afternoon and tonight moderating I just returned from a two months' ; Thinks dards set by The American Psy- I i FIT .
Friday. SMALL CRAFT WARNING : study trip through the United Hastings chiatric Association in all major .

Florida DISPLAYED: Considerable 11:00: A.cloudiness M. i- States and tells his readers how 1'I By HASTINGS BAKER aspects of care and treatment"Today NONSKIDEXCELSIOR ,
America impressed him. I the rate of recovery is not
with showers this morning TRUSSES
t much better than it was 50
"We had dollars years t
? in couth this after- some in our'
am portion
Usually doesn't
nuun. Partly cloudy otherwise afi" f"c j pockets when we walked alone an Englishman ago:;: During the same 50 years
thru Friday Cooler today and to- I e y }t I New York's streets for the first mind being socked in by a good medical science has performed
nicht. 4 time and we felt like children at solid fog It gives him the same medical science has been per-
Jacksonvillo thru the Florida I a fair who think they can buy cozy feeling that.we might get forming wonders.A .
Strait: Fresh northwest winds in __ i everything with their pfennigs.". when snug in bed listening to movie called "The SnakePit"
north portion and shifting from !Eberle related. .! rain on the roof But a paralyzingfog gets its title from the fact
south to northwest in south portion FACING IT-Kid Gavilan obviously a s BLOWING HIS HORNJaniesC. i 'This hat here-isn't it marvelous like England's recent one long ago crazy people used to be"'/
today. Moderate to fresh doesn't like the ideaas Petrillo, musicians' union And this grey suit-onlv which lasted for more than ten thrown into a snake pit The
northwest to northeast winds Ray Robinson belts him in head, toots the signing of a forty dollars And whiskey and days is too much for anybody. idea was that such an experience
dt Friday. Showers and cloudy this a New York bout. new television pact. ties and bananas and Nylons and London's bustling traffic gradually would be so horrifying that it
.. I radio and would drive an ordinary person ,
morning and in south portion this ----- -- sets Finally we died down. Long lines of more
afternoon. Partly cloudy other. bought some Frankfurters with! than thirty buses moved in con- out of his mind and therefore it ., plenty of mustard. i| vov led by men walking in front would drive a crazy person back Satisfaction Guaranteed :
Gulf of Mexico Over "New York into his mind. Our neglect of the
: is one single super- with torches. Finally all traffic -
north' and central portions fresh la.i latue" Eberle wrote, "and no stopped completely. Scattered all mentally ill is every bit as foolish I r IS/VJT5IDE iron of.4 pro's+ea1 r p..eiora.ur
northwest to north winds today t;yq t wonder that we could see "The over London were cars and buses, and just as tragic rebel tor fupture,
and moderate north to northeast s at longest cigar of the world" and a completely lost and left standing YWaur 1 rum Department.end"Urn Bar
bout ttie
*cnderlui I mat*
Minds, Friday. Over extreme few hundred yards further down The "Queen Mary" was held upI :- .
aouth portion fresh southerly street the newest new car" I two weeks and many of the pas- four Grocer SELLS That Good, for Vur Abdominal expenenrcd I fcupfXYten.> fitter also a..c tn*year HOMTT.rws1 I

winds shifting to northerly central I't The Stuttgart editor said however i sengers were delighted" because STAR BRANDCOFi'EE. SKukier will jrciy Bracex pIAICGARDllER'S etc.ra..end our era oriabla pntt.
portions today < that those superlatives have they lied in luxury with every-
SMALL CRAFT WARING displayed their disadvantages too. (! AMERICAN PHARMACY
at 11 a. m. in Key West c "For instance, the thickest I taken the So I hired } .
I I subway. a and CUBAN 1114 Division SU Cor. Varela
district for fresh moderately'&tronc J! i
to traffic. I had a date somewherein taxi cab, timeS much
spent as _
-Try A Pound .
24/32 mph northwest and t
\ the city and I would have money-and was one hour late
north winds diminishing Friday, t. s been fifteen minutes late if I'd Eberle related I(
elsewhere on roast from JaCkSOn- .. !,
vill to Apalachicola no small, I
craft or storm warnings dis- APPEIROUTH'SThe I!

pI.7ed. ; Store of M : I

Key west Ha. Dec. 30. 1913. Fashion'l' .
(OWrvatton taken at City Office, -,..- .,..,.--.. i1: INCORPORATED :
8.30; ..m.. EST) AFTERNOON OF A FAWN- t. '
-' -- "I7/f; STORE
: (j GriL/TY"
.. TtmperitureiIfiflmt A frightened deer raced ; CLIFF-HANGER-Iry Los Angeles ; :
yesterday 791 i, through a Portland,Me., dime ,.1 4.L this diesel locomotive Key West's Largest LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Store :

Luwrtt 1 last night 70 store (above), then crashed broke across a driveway, i I CLEARANCE SALE l I',.. ..
Mean 74 throuah window (left). I --- -- then stopped shc:t. .
Nvrinal 70 .
.. : "- Pre-Inventory Clearance :
Precipitation !I
Total hut 21 hours .Olins.! EX-NAZI THINKS WAR calls itself "Union of Germany's i EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES!
Total this month 24 99 ins. : Renewal"! One of its principal .

F.sUtlli.. month 1.38 ins. : I demands is the c-establishmcnt NOW iOJNG ON!! l : In Our Ready-to-Wear :

Total 1 thn year 49.11 1 1 ins, CAN AID GERMANS\' : of a German "Reich. : i .:
Kkcet: thu yerRelative 11.02 ins. ; t LADIES' 2-PIECE LADIES'

Humidity. I IFRIEDBERG. i I In the days of the first school Will Continue for One More Week I
+ t:30 a.m. Germany-(/P)-A former high-ranking Nazi who i'
for Boston 187(1'sthe
1 nurses in in the ( : SUITS DRESSESNOT
95% : later turned against Hitler believes that Germany would l he 'I
: nurses rose at 5 a. m and retired -, E TAKE ADVANTAGE OF i';
B.rometerSea strengthened through a thud world war. He is Dr. Otto Sliasscr, from work at 9 p.m. FULL LENGTH a
( Level!). 8.30 ..m" now living in Canada. In one ofi 1It-, I I THESE $10 and S12 VALUES TO $17.50 :
30.10 ins.-1019 3 nibs the letters he sends regularly to Ii i il.....................r.' BARGAINS 3'E SKIRTS NOT
Taraonow't Almanac I i sians, Americans, Flinch and !i STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEF I FULL LENGTH .
Sunrise 1:11: a.m. :his German friends, Strasser I' Poles will be far greater I I t E of 3 : $3.98ONE .
Sunset: 5:49: p.m. ;says: I I The 51-year-old politician i i i i TRIU.MI'IICOFFEE ,< \ I II :
Muunrtte 8:25: a.m. t tMuMiaet j I "Even if five or ten million :I hopes for an early return to Ger V? < g \IC Women'sMusesa and Children's .I! LADIES.JACKETS
j 7:03 p.m. Germans will be killed in a I many t., be-oim the leader of anew 1 I: MILL i I LOT CHILDREN'S .
New Moon Dec 30th third ; German partv which has FALL and WINTER :
f war. GermanY'1position i ,ust ben founded in this small at I
TIHKS: will be strengthened after it because I ton. set Fnedber! in th Amen, ill Grttcrrt I COATS -- SUITS 3 ; : VALUES TO $8.75 I JUMPERSVALUES

Naval Vase) the number of killed Rus i an tune: laU, of Ilessc The party ....AAAAAA aauaaaaa.aei !
Tomorrows C and : $3.95 TO $5.95
s (KaMern Standard Time I

10.24 1 11:1 1:High 1 1 a p.m..m 3:40 4 Low:42 p.m.a.m. I s I I I 1 I i FALL DRESSES : ONE RACK OF LADIES $1.98ONE aa

I.t Some Reduced to Below Actual Cost ; COATSExtremely LOT OF
(Reference: Station: Key West) l I Reduced SWEATERSSLIGHTLY
Tim of;, Height of I IIt's 1
StationTWa {high water smart to shop I : Gaberdine Toppers \ SOILED a
f ;
Bahia Honda KI s itWlflit :
(bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft / ;, rs, fNelDUf.ktrteu as Sears catalog way because: .. $10.95Ladies' $1aOOEAaCHILDREN'S
No Name Key ratrwtu'tr f ,di hludwtr"' .
(east end) __+2h 20m r\Mii.: (..omitsChildren's) $10.00 r'
Boca Chica Prices slashed ;/ : New Fall and Winter a <
(Sandy Point)-(Oh) 40m i i
Caldcs Channel a 4'' a I
I (north end) +2h 10m 4 1.4 ft on things :
... oOo i E. Coats : I IE : TO $17.50 VALUES TO $3.50 :

NOTE(*-. )Minus: sign Corrections you need :: E I $7.95 98c a a 4r

0 to be subtracted : \1.1.\ \ \\ ()U tl. 1\: From $6 95 .
(.)-Plus sign: Corrections to You'll) find bargains galore, real .
be added. money-saving values in every de- :. I'ASiTJ.: and I Itl.\IUS ; aNew

partment when you shop in Sears .. : Spring Ready-to-V/ear :
new Mid-winter SALE CATALOG. If E 3 .
Hew To Relieve f All Well Known National Brands for Your Selection
re' silw rC Mir the convenient, time-saving way to.w'f Ladies' & SuitsONE as. ,
11 E Coats l "Junior First. "Town and Country"EyeIn
cH. fort f shop. No need to walk from store Aldon"Mary .
rNt ... Allen". 'Toby Tyln."Nan Scott"; "Junior MJSS. "Jane Evans"
.fanchilis tN ltd! to store. Just come in fill out one ..
eit_ rr"! ,! ea wt (family order...and SAVE MONEY! a "Pat Perkins" and "Kramer Original" aa

Cntomalsiaa .profuptlybcctuse #. r fsput"d Come in to Sears Order Office E GROUP $10.00 J l ,
it Roes right to the et of the trouble .t r'4 w MtraytMtnd ra, today for wide selections in all: : PLENTY OF NEW RESORT and CRUISE WEAR COTTONS :

fa help loosen and expel germ laden ( lilt mow, the things you need. ONE GROUP $15.00 l : III. ill: If E:; UC. im.lulling Strut Sm|. :
pbltf and aid nature to soothe and I iae'r'' tw"s '+'1R' AttlLl// :: <:Ittlhr MiorM
Way .
M rA
bell raw, coder, inflamed bronchial ( As o/woyi./ Safisfacfi&n; ; : tine! Skirts :
mucous membranes.Tell lour druggist: V.5' guaranteed or tour : a
to tell you a bonle of Creomuhioo money back}
with the understanding you must like. My! h Tetyfl f GET THE HABIT of SHOPPING at
the ray it quickly allays the rough crl .. APPELROUTH'j .
or TOW arc 19 bawl jour money back. '

CREOMULSION 1 j I (ERR' Sinionldii and ricniiii<; l 511 DUVAL STREET PHONE 174 r; PEARLMAN'Sa

'f3rCouih.Cri: Olds,e ron chitis YOUR ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER J Strccl+ Phone 1.1') ...
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