The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 31, 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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Float Before It I r ,
r i I I building inspectors during the
celebrated in the United States, <
Leaves Might DC I II of Key West Lions]: I I -s ;.. TCIl'l'crtdllre I I I last year total more than $31{,.OOOI
I Club voted unanimously last!1 j with dining .at night clubs higher I j'I I than they did in 1947 when they
Damaged By Rain night to.send letter the i t Y ..t.I At 7:30 A.M.. EST I
I I a to city j l| than ever before in the history of'' established a record for Key ,
commission urging that body toj 1
It will be impossible to see the i ;
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, Monroe County float for the I do its utmost to'aid the local t J! the trade. I J '_.. __.__ _art ___ Atlanta._ __ __ _Temp.___ 21 I I I This is made evident by the report -
I Fuller Warren inaugural on Tuesday sport fishermen to acquire berthing' Prices here will range from $15 i -:: I submitted today by Ivan
, of 1 I, (W Augusta : 32, Roberts, acting building inspec
because in the opinon "
: space the garrison Bight.
I ; Edwin Trevor chairman of the I .. to $50;Chicago and San Francisco,II j i i Billings __ _:._ _. ':tor. who took the office left
Gerald Saunders chairman of THE COAST GUARD CUTTER CHEROKEE arrives in Norfolk. Vag with cheering crewmen rescued : 17jI (
, ; I vacant by the death of Earl V
float committee, it might be damaged Indianapolis .
i by rainHowever the entertainment committee,i!I I .$13 and at Louisville. Ky.. a i j from the Argentine Tanker Capitan which broke in half in a storm 'off Cape Hatteras. i I I I Birmingham; -- 24 II I i Sawyer, to City Manager Ralph
called !,, I North Carolina. Coast.Guardsmen from the bow half of the and two Bismark .. -
i on members to give! their The took 16 men ship | -- -- D. Spalding.
.. Trevor said today I table of four will cost $105. I :
that he would make an effort to opinion of Lionism and its accomj I j I I. from the stern.COAST. i I Boston I i The permits totaled $1.464.415
Paris will celebrate with cham-
show the float to'Monroe County plishment for the past year. I[ I.I .. -- i Buffalo 20,I during the current year, as compared -
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residents on its return from Tallahassee I Sheriff Berlin Sawyer was vo-:|;,: pagne; Italy, with its many types: Charleston __ __.__ 33:'I with $1,150,415 in the previous -
ted the "best dressed" Lion of the', of wine; Brussels, with beer, and I
t 1 where it will be between and ; London ale. r Chicago _. __ ]7j year of 1947. The biggest:
Kingman "The
year Curry -- -- -
the 6th and the 9th in the COAST SURVEY month was in June 1943 J, when
: inaugural parade for the incom- I sheik." )j I The New Year's custom in !j T0t Corpus Christi ___._.U... __ 41 t i j permits totaled $185,619.
Guest of Lion Earl Hamilton,: Italy of throwing a plate, cup or! Denver __ .. : Roberts
Neil Saunders built ---- | reported that all feesi
, ing governor float. ; was Horace O'Bryant, who will i,I any other kind of crockery out of"j Detroit ::..__ ___::_ .=_= : gli/i collected by the office of build
the begin his duties a window as a host or his guests! ___..___
The float will leave here early as superintendent !j! ; SHOWS GOOD BUSINESS FOR ,, EI Paso I ing and plumbing inspector totaled -
tomorrow for Tallahassee .and of public instruction on. Janu- ,;. wished, has been banned by the I :. FL Worth ___'" 36 t:> $5,133.10 or more than enoughto
4.Lion. !!: government., In issuing the order, _
ary Galveston.
most of the float material will not 401 cover the salary of the Inspec-
Abbott, of it was pointed out that Italy is ..._
Aubrey Way- Jacksonville 38
be placed} in the truck until it tor for the city.
reaches! the state capital. ,,1 cross, Ga., was present as: a guest j i, not in a position to destroy valuable 1949 AP EXPERTS STATE I Kansas City d' 27 The 'building permits issued
Four Key West girls who are: of Cub Lion George Conant. j I! articles of any type. : KEY WEST _.:_..._ ,_ 63 during the last year ran as follows -
I attending the University of Flor- The meeting was concluded byj 1 i j 1 I Key West Airport ',. "63 by months:
, i Ha at Tallahassee will be dressed :singing Auld Lang; Iliad and NewYear's 'i! ABCDEF- 1.el-Uj,) In Buying1, .I Los Angler 50 January __.. _-_. __ $113?)AO
in special costumes; and their apj j greetings. I Louisville ,'.1 17 February ?:!._... j*. 100,042

l t I .. -i e;:r.ince' !tee.the..Monroe" CountyrEur (joJdfishi. -... Will Level Of f..... 4[Ncw.PostalRales. j 1 ChiaigTryiu : Meridian __., -26. March ___ _; .-"-'. 123.730
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1 of Edwin: Trevor will sit in the r I ,, -,'= _' 22 May -. __- 87183:
, turtle| shell in the float Tuesday ; AUBURN, Ind.-(AV-Tl>e Dc-j i Early In 49 | Go Into Effect | Memphis 26 June. _. --, 185.619
i morning. ; Buried Same Day l Klab County Selective Service i I To Get Best New Orleans y.i= --. 38 July ._ ___. ._-_ 63.-185
W. Curry Harris assistant Board checked the loss in aaburglary : New Year !.* Likely. To i i I New postal rates will jo into'J I 7i New York .' 3 _, 39 August __ __ -. ._ ._ 100.1CO
state' attorney and his wife; Allen and found a typewriter effect tomorrow, Hollon Bcrvaldi, 'III Norfolk 37 September .. _- _-oo ...._... 117,000 f
B. Clcarc Jr., County Solicitor, JERSEY CITY. N. J.-Suffering and: two goldfish: missing. The.j' Be lieltrr'luau 191U, # postmaster at Key West, announced !'Peace Termsi Oklahoma City _. 27 October113.450
a fall in his home shortly i I __ .____ ..__ .
and Judge Raymond R. Lord will bowl remained. !! today. j Omaha v -- 20 r November ___h. h..___ 171.406
leave on board the Fuller Warren'Continul'tl after being informed by the. Whit Hacl l Ueroril- II The Airmail rate hereafter will t j I Pensacola. .. :nPittsburgh 'December .. 76,325:
( On Page Six) i|I.,Arm:' Department that the body Brrakrr" ly Bu..ine+a be six cents instead of five cents i ij i Il'r"." In Nanking -. 26 vl ---- -
of his son Edward, former AAF '
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card sent via
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pilot killed in Italy, had been .,... .... .. ,..,
:i MOTOROLA : .h* < .1. -4 ao" mil vrilj so for four cent*, instC'.rl.o } Brlir lie has Sent St. Louis 24'
returned to this country for i I f I II WASHINGTON, Dec. 31. -| ( live as at present. San Antonio ___ .__ 30
burial, Edward j. Molloy, 66,I America's Finest AUTO RADIO Economists after having made a i The special delivery rat will On I IVarc "Feelers San Francisco .- _. ._ 42 j '
Fine Fishing Tackle was so badly injured that he Roy's Key West Auto Parts from to coast, I'be" 15 cents instead of 13. while I I I Seattle __L._ 37)j h-Ton Dodge Pick Up
died later in a hospital. He arid 'I survey coast: on 1 Fur Bel Peace Terms --- --- --
i I 121 Duval St. Phone 412.wwwr..ww.r the charge of money orders will'I. Tallahassee 33 Green Undercoated
his this last day of the year are ;
: buried in double
Thompson Enterprises Inc.Hardware '':service.son were. a I I agreed that prosperity will con- be. increased sliRhtly.j !, 'Mv *__M-liil.4 HrrxNANKING .> Tampa 481 Navurro Inc.
i ii tinue during 1949. .j I' The l letter rate remains' thq Dec. 31.-Chiang Washington 341 1 ,
Division Phone 886 i i .
Their opinion is that though j, same. .as it is now-3 cents. Kai-Shek is still in a quandaryas t Opposite Bus Station
(Continued On Page Six) to what to do in trying to ef-

PALACE THEATERMonte 1 BRADY'SCHOICE fect peace with the communists.As Interior Doors : .eeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeCELEBRATE .
EL PRADORESTAURANT the latter have slowed down
Hale and Lynn Roberts In -for- their actions in some quarters I
?l "TIMBER TRAIL"IN New Year's Eve with fighting at a standstill in STRUISK LUMBER AnD ??
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1- ( COLOR) POULTRY (Continued On Page Six) TELEPHONE 816 An ideal place! Good Food Powerful
1214 White Street Phone 540 Visit the .\nr WISHES EACH and ALL 1 I Drinks Heavenly Music
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"? ;_ HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI KEY WEST ; could you ask more for New
01 NOW OPEN t Roast' CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS> Good Used Cars I
Day Saturday I' (All Remodeled) I If eaeat oO
Francis at Division Phen. 9134
.. f DUVAL STREET Turkey Barge Leaves ,Miami TWINS I i //&uetL
Perez Bros. Bakery ., T r Pont Grease.Oil Dealer Spray ort PONCE'SBeer i iII 801 m Ever Friday GARAGEYour
1025 White St. Phone 1463 LET US I (Same Management) Friendly Studebaker Dealer
Chang. Your Oil I TELEPHONE 169 I I OF COURSE!!!
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.1 Serving Your Favorite I Ii DRINKING PLEASURE : : 117 DUVAL STREET e

La Concha Hotel ,i Beer and Wines I Mixed DrinksIT'inr ;: OPEN 9:00()() A.M.:\ lo llOO()() I'.3I. ; The ]

.,I I "SPEND AT YOUR PONCES"t EVENINGS Beer .Ale j New Year's Day Dinner :I Casa Marina Hotel


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New ; ;: CHICKEN . 1

SOUTH BEACH 1;: (. >ntt fete Dinner $f 50 :: Gala New Year'sParty

JANUARY 1. 1949 : I''ill lint Trimmings -
12:00 Noon to 8:30 P. M. ..........................,......................

Tropical Fruit Cocktail ..;. l'rmuU'I'rt'/ffl"ts. fur Your :A'rir }'('ar's Ere

Celery Hearts Corn Relish::; ;<'< I> AP/\1V One of America's Leading Dance ': ,
IAUL "New Year's Eve
/\llUil Stylists with An ALL-STAR Cast Party'
Cream of Chicken Alexandria Noise-Makers

Roast Young North Western Turkey-Sluffed TOBY. IIACKETT. INT.ERNATIONAL DANCE STAR :: American Legion Home Professional Entertainers

Giblet Gravy Cranberry Jelly
Whipped Potatoes Fresh Green Beans: : 000
Head Lettuce Russian DressingHot ONK. SHOW 10:30: ( P. M. : : Dancing 9:00) TilWW, <><> Hours :
Rolls Cuban Bread Corn Muffins -ALSOSMORGASBORD : to the Music of t'Jiane': SIX (;.7///.S, .Su,,'''''9 Finest': YOU HAVE EVEn ENJOYEDServed

ICE CREAMS:Fresh Vanilla Chocolate Parfait- Butter Pecan (Buffet Dinner) : ADMISSION $1.00 + RES. PHONE 9197 From 7 to II I'.M.

Mince Pie Raspberry : FROM 9 UNTIL ? : oOo
Cherry Pie Cocoanut Custard Pie

Roquefort Cheese and Wafers :. Orchestra, Furors and: Lots of "''"n for AH,, :. New! Year's Day Punt'J Dancing Until l the Wee HOU'

Collee Iced Tea TeaS2.50 : $2.50. Per Persons ..: CORAL ISLE S.ERENADERS, Orchestra of the Morning
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.I. :: PHONE 870() 'FOR RESERVATIONS : Dancing 9 Till Admission 75c Dress Optional RESERVATION ONLY
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FAITH IN KEY WEST ,'vv .... ..... .... ..... ........ vv'w...m :=,.

: ( ,' t1Le!:; Uh5t Cttifuen _ ;" .:. !::; ; ..' I Businessmen! : .1! .

Publish Dally Except Sunday. by TODAYS .1 .
; L. P. ARTMA-t Owxr a.. P.fcll.he* S .
wonder how tourists
IUIBJI.A\ D. ARtA%. *..!..- *...*.* -just many [Use Palace
I From The Cttlz m Building I i f E] I
J .- Crner Greae .ad Ann Streets would stay in Key West for the winter ifall BIRTHD/ :
te? Daily Newspaper in Key West &114 ,
: Monro County of them could obtain accomOdations. ByP( ) 4iat j I l VIENNA-(ff)-A 250-year-old, .

t .ri.u: matter ; t4Lib..4SGEORGE I palace in Vienna has been adap- --
fct Key West. Florida. as second claaa Judging from information received from .. .... ted as a home for the international j'

t ,.". The MEMBER AMuciated OP TilE Press ASSOCIVTEU la! exclusively PRESS entitledto several sources, the demand for apartments : CATLETT MAR. I I business world. The beautiful* Chapter 7 simply wondering If he said anything I Paula's look out of the t

'4s. for reproduction of all news dispatches credited SHALL Dec. i baroque home of Prince Schwar- yesterday: at the brawl that my eye. She was
has exceeded supply; for the last two born Jl. 1890 inUniontown ; perhaps the third time In eofDqii'J credited In this and
V> It (Or art paper zenberg, located near the heart FOR you might be\\able to now connectup I could almost see the
-1 Iai.t.e local news published here. Pa., a distant relative fifty when Fd dropped around with what's 'the
-_ wee ks. of Vienna will serve as a center I! happened. smoke. By way of pa1 1l br.i
:. BSCHIPT1OV: RATES nt Chief Jn,tir(- Jnhn-- MofthnlTH for local and foreign unexpectedly. I found Paula in. "No not a thing I can remember -'for her having gone off the

Or.iX.. Jh.$1:..:: Yesterday one business man stated d lI.wanted ;; I) "I'm late for a luncheon date." darling." die told him. "But .I eased out the hand she i

._*; lr.* Months _-..00-_._- s... that at "least 20 visitors" had asked him ifhe to be a}I f Now called ''International- [t she said. "but FD look at whatever he I dad ask questions about you see and broke the phone
seemed in
and interested the
I 1 M Month i.e. very
r isoldier
..*.ea..y; _- .Ii knew where they could get apartments and entered I House," it offers an information j; you're selling if you promise answers. But I' just thought he tion."But wait a minute!" I ..

Virginia i I service to anyone seeking basii -. to gef away qukkJt.N ." was being polite because he'd into the dead phone. "YOU' <
: and that he had tell alLofthem that
I AnVF.nTKI\O RTE to so .. Military Institute l"" seen us come in (together." bed at
Made Known on AJlJlII '.aU.. i ness connections in Austria. It i, t look, sweet, said.. To eleven-tMrty, wool
far,as he knew, none<<* was available. in 1897.I! also hopes to serve as a clearing ; listen and then talk" : "He didn't tell you why be Huh? Okay then. Swell! Yi '
OPEfIAL: 1OUITICI!: He:' I wanted to see nit;. did he?" be there. 81M ."
'was com-I Inilioned house ,
Alt rwtdtBK notl<'es. rarda rf thanks resolotlsns Indications Arethat. .this will!) be/ KeyWest's between businessmen and : She came: OTer'a ct cat besfdeme. She shook her bead and opened With that I
-tl[ .... .. i a the various hung up andover obltH ry m a4ie.e. ate. Will be economic and trade: '"It's
I :*lr*.a for at the rale of is rents a Iis. : bcrt tourist a."IOn., but financial second about your'TreptCh. 'ad. her mouth. But no words came off toward Praa. feelittC
NcH- > entertainment by h ;c.e. from departments of the government. mircr. Rent DeFoe.** those nice lips. The sudden clanging very clever comic that I
-***,.,hi.H a revenue Is to ha derived$ areS cents all_ benefits generally'::.could< he made far .ATtf itft lieuten-I In addition to 24-hour daily interpreter ; -R aUy.'' she replied' of her phone stopped them. I waited for Paula to cpeai.w
** ..w. of ntisen public Is .infitnt an "Ilea*nd forum subjiels and of Invites IOTA tfisCt or- greater the eitjIi4! ; .. ,more housing\ accommodations. sent to esivke the business ."So that". It..huh?" .r grunted. She got little up and went table.over to it I didn't, have to wait looc: .
renter offers on a corner "And will
l she.
o rfcl Interest, hot It will n H publish aottnymous a businessmen's Romeo
1ummuaIei ions.MEMBER. .;" .,: .JV>Aha.vq::' not,yet seen; the Tflpiries.! but I club. conference rooms. restauT ? dteo".d te? With"who?* asked in a funny voice. .
I tn Marshall bWion I "With whom arling." she "\/ this is Miss Grant Who I looked at her
came ,
wide-eyed |
figures!' for the final month- building in was;ant and bar. and grilL fca
: slow. lie ruse to ctflflntl in World back quickly: *'"And that's also I Oh, yes yes. Mr..Barne? Why blinked. -

Key West, but the last showed that building War I, but )hccam ?ttenWa The beautiful palace gardens under the heading of none of your why. be happens, to be here "Will"she what?- .
Armies of the[will also be at the disposal of the business." now. Would you like to speak to< i permits issued in the city this year exceed in World Warn i nd then guests. The Ministry of Trade bun? Just, ,. she .
Secretary of **' -Rene. I bet. I said. a minute. pie e. gritted.Yo-. ....
<> 194' : those of any other year. And yet the State/ I f tvopes to build a large hotel next She gave me one of those smiles If looks could knock you kkk- heel .
ing I would still ba bouncing. I had
to the "International House" for that my laugh at her
women expe
supply is far from meeting the demand. In give you in answerto
Japan flowers more especi.afly use by the businessmen. questions like that. Paula put one hand over the and then explained bow *Uwt'had

The presumption is that building activity the first of. i vcry season I "No." 1 said. "Because I know mouthpiece and spat verbal ice just been for her ben
have cubes off her Punishment
in Key West will be continued in : always b *>n'regarded with Living is activity and that DeFoe isn't the sucker for the "Sh would so ve-e-e-ry then the for her flare-up.AM
a solemn and aIm boomerang came *
I l t serious check this area
I reverence means expending energy. much to speak wiz zee-dear Me- in back to catch
1949. While
nobody can forsee what the .. 1 1I me on the not-
I IMPROVEMENTS: FOR KEY WEST .' "Oh you do do youshe e-e-ster Barnes. The nerve of her gin! Paula wouldn't believe niei
future business conditions may be, economists i I snapped out the stock phrase. calling here!" was so dumbfounded that
I. He
F THE | "Well let me tell .1"! "Who?" I and stared.
grunted her apartment door
that indications LEGALS. open, and
are good business I wit
f' say \ I let "
I "No me tell you Paula I "Your baby doll! Paula shot; handing me'my hat before I had
_ conditions will continue next year. -- \OTKR fMIRK FKTITIOI H I said finally disgusted at myself back. "Mademoiselle Zaralis." a chance to come up for air. .'Y
; 1. More Hotel and Apartmeatn.J. "OTI('.: ".,'U STITITKis j for the way I'd handled the thing. That one huh? I walked over "Have fun darling she sa3

.' Beach end Bat&bf h12S. Of course, the better the business allover hold..rll The annual"f The mttilng}'nai4 the shar. I that NOTiCE the : HKRKIIY; ; oivn.v; !I "Rene DeFoe* is dead. He was and took the phone from Paula. icily. "And here, think of) tftfe

: J. Airporti-Land and Sa the country, the greater the numberof lank: .l Key"\Vexf'mill be National held In engage In undersigned business under desiring the fl to-- itltioux murdered. Her sniff and the tilt of her nose Paula sometime." _c,
Ihe director rom".'.fcald .. "( '._ ** Her partly opened mouth stayed rubbed me the wrong way. A cab came
hank 'In name f Ila morado. cruising Into IfJ
_I I. C6BicTM>ttan cf County aM tourists that come to Florida for the the City f KJ Wrtt- ""'Watn on I'pper Uateeumbe .Key intends: to i ireirlxter open. "Dead Gerry? Murdered?" "Hello. Mademoiselle said: curb just as I got there. I opened

City Government winter. But tourists, in fewer numbers Z:... llth clock day" f 11..January rr ,1949 at mid fictitIous name with "In my office." I told her. And into the phone. 'This is Gerry. the door and ducked inside -aal
(j. Connmndty Anditorlum. of electing the purpose the clerk sf the firrtiit Court of ,; then I gave her a quick word How areyou!" started to the
: directors I Monroe five the Zfr:
consideringreports Count Florida !
to the state : r. sketch of it all
come regardless of business
of officer, directors I and Itetrd nerrml<< er '3. IS4S ,: "Oh. Gerry I am so glad I find ralis dame s address but I did$
trends. That was true during the Depression l committee thereon *. anti taking action Albert J. Mlllx "Nobody in his right senses you! Are you so very busy no?" go through with it. I didn't because
and f..r !! would have tried to "
the frame
.uch deposition At Snle O..r. me "No I guess not I told her at that moment UC-
.,. Not, all hotel rooms and apartments ly '*om other.. before the may lawful d..e.J.-Jt.UUJan.7-H.Uf'. ;: that killing." I said. Even Bier- after a moment's hesitation. faced funny-looking character

MONOGRAPH were rented at that time but the demand (Sirred meeting. |I man only"asked me a couple of "Why strolled by. Not fast, and not slot.
I *"- L. fl&r'Ine TilE riHriiT roi irr OP TUP. !r questions. "There is something I would Rather just the right
to be
II' pace
It. for them Mc Preftdrnt-and, EI..a t\Tii Jinuiti. "IUCI IT i! "But why Bierman Paula like tell "
Dear Oracle Readers: was greater than had been antici- Dctembrr, !t. UU : Cashier OF TUB TTK OK FlotillAS, persisted. to you. Gerry. she said. abreast of the open taxicab d e'so
pated in 19.n-U-I1.IIU i l> AMf. F
To all of you a most happy and very I ____ _'many_L cities in Florida._ : jaolliES I,, < II.IXF.IU.LKtJKARTt_ .'___ ", ,.... ;I'brain"Simple continued I said,the as most rat of my my apartment, at once?" a tail put on me by Biermanf ct
.L race. All of it didn't make to
With West behind 1.- TIn sense maybe a tail put
Key far rmrrrr on me by .
in housing curRy some
er THK4OIT1. :i PiiH : *
I prosperous New Year. F.I.I1. .:"TII rIJl"'L '('IIU", : > JII. I "After Bierman comes the police me. But maybe it would after I'd body I didn't know. Then
n again
accommodations, it appears that the nationwide 0-P ..OR'..... IS SSD FOil o". .. llalnilff.JRNETTi reporters. That's what he wanted.; seen her. :I asked her for the num- maybe I was all wet. Howevcc2,

1 :. THE ORACLE publicity Key West has received nOl '.. '. IN.. CII.\'\c'I-ln.. : : S SMlTlt. DIO"IF. I The story on the streets as soon ber, and she gave it to me. Just decided to play it the sure
II- 7X I>ofn CltARI.irs '
"n i the last few years warrants the construction OP.sOLJXA TofHl.No TOpriNO and kin wife. : OF rini.ic-Tio\ I I read." Paula's. "Radio City!" I barked at J'
r- of Ilalntlffs T O: "And what could I tell you "Okay. I'll be there," I told her. cab driver and pulled the
hotels and Jeanette S. Smith,
A YEAR ROLLS AROUND apartments. "B. : Ren DeFoeshe A split second before I started shut.
fin Hrlrn Cutie, asked.I
That is a matter for each investor to decide Sal.,. .?
JOHN 'ia x lho.* '. .-.... '..Jru....-.......-...
1k -. The end of year is usually taken as for himself and it may be said that drnil SMITir..r ..Ii".not. ot known al.. In"M You are hrehy required to appear j(I
tn the Kill of
... many property owners in West t..n,1A..t.. Complaint for J I TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES I Your Still a proper application ..1day's tfcfc
: the occasion for solemn reflection upon the are expressing \OTIIT TO APPUIR diiorrr.. In the aho 'e entitled cause J I Horoscope I
their faith in the city's future by IX THK .NAMK OF Till"T.Tf: : .n the ::!!nd of Januar)'. 1949. otherwie I powers may bringrvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvyyyyyyy.......
: course of the individual and the beginning OF Fl.OlIinTO \ allegation therein a" III I
the construction of more buildings. : Smith not ,lcnoyn: to be I.e taken ax confessed.This ,. I I (Know America) I FRIDAY DECEMBER 31, 1948 .
is seized Order i to be puMiMiedOnce 1
: of the New Year eagerly by dead or alive. : 1815 .
The L'nknown s xtuse of the a week for four enmeruUreeeks -George G. Meade soldier -Today does not promise any too STRONG ARM BRAND COrTEX ,
many souls as the era of the new day. raid J..hnmh, h. if he .In alive In The K.yest Cilia"... a I Inewspaper engineer Union general fortune. If

: We would not say anything to discourage There seems to be a perennial housing "The n to be
shortage. Over 2,000 years ago Joseph and ]>>.Kaleeii. r''iranter. .. and Ordered this !3rd day of :'i born in Spain (of American par. attained humility spirit COFFEE -
: the thinking man or woman, from of the Mild Jolut Smith if iK-eemher. A. Ii. 194*. ,I ents). Died Nov. 6, 1872. should be cultivated. The patient 1:
Mary in Bethlehem found no quarters the said John Smith be dead
considering life in general and in particular. except All i'ervono having or claiming Clerk of toe circuit "court ,j 1817-James T. Fields, famed waiter is oftener rewarded by

: There i i& much profit in the study of in a stable. -. .. ..,.ln anInterest>c itevrrlbed. the foll Jlonro By: Florence County.1J.Florida.Sawyer.Deputy I Boston book publisher his day success than the one who seeksto at
author, born in Portsmouth N. tear life's secrets All
I by Grocer
..: : self and the understanding of one's en- ate. lyIng and keln< In Man- Clerk. open
n SAWYER, H. Died April 24, 1881.
roe County state ot Florida. force of either strength or guile.
THE,MINORITY "LANDSLIDE" bollritor for the Plaintiff.dee.4.3i.i9itjan.7.14.i949.. &&&&&& \&&&&&&& &&&
: vironment. Certainly, the world .needs to-P'UC'I-I."" it. .%1con : ; I! 1853-Tasker H. Bliss soldier, I -- -. -- -_

k : more rather than less, of this kind of the Ixland, of Stock IslaiHl scholar and diplomat, chief of I S I..........a s...I 5....s i e e S S.I..I......i....Is s s ..
With,the official count from .....I brinK a tart ..I <*n>eminent I\ TUB CIRCI IT ('01 RT OP TIIFZ-j I staff in World War I, born r.. .
thought every Lot One 'fl") ia fcec KI*: K\TH Jl llCii. ( IHIITftP < .
'f t ??.. ., state except Connecticut. The Truman lion Thirty-four Uft. Towhrhlji TUB MTtTK OK KI.WIIIII4V. I isburg Pa. Died Nov. 9, Lew.j .

V The individual should understand ." Mxty-ceven: l Ii';) Southf IN ,\n FOR MOMIOI: nil \T'. 1857-Michael J. Kelley, 0 ;. -p" S ..
'landslide turns out to be .> Itanxe Twenty-five <:2iKast. ) I\ thtElt5.Eae.s.' -. I C .
some 467,000 ( baseball ,
: player of the 1880's born
however, that the year is an artificial : T..1Uhas ,rotes less than a majority in the election of ilonroe ,'ouul). KVofrlda.;nndIctter MART 1.0"' )111'4'1111.1."I in Troy, N. Y. Died Nov. 8, 1894. C. _
t invented to mark the i ii
measure man "'known. a/id .1."rJb..da. ,Plaintiff. J 1869-Stephen B. Leacock -
November .
2nd. >- Lot K .rl <4t a..tdlnf T". >i%oHcn.i C -
2 course of human existence. Time"-flows; The to a Plat: of Jfl* ,, ..laUTr..rd..d :: CJ.\nf-X'p. J-t.\J.I.: n.\\is. .I Canadian economist, beloved humorist C _ __
popular vote for Governor i in Plat >(,ok One efrndant. S
I and
writer. born
and human life is in Eng. C -
: ceaselessly on a process (f.>. I'aite, 111 7. Monroe Coun. ORDER OP PIHIirvTIOY I C
Dewey, Governor Thurmond and Mr. 1'. Morido, PublicRecordc. TO: ("Marino lionald I'nvi. land. Died March 28, 1944. S
that from birth death I
moves steadily to .. .
: II .
Henry A. Wallace 191,245 ( K lh r with all riparUnand n.ut. I. Hox CS.;, AirwatK IUv. S
: without slackening for man-made points of was votes higher littoral rmhtx thereunto ilemphlo. Tenn I. C

: mental significance. than the ballots cast! for the election of apMrtainin| .\r_:?and:
t the President.In P'R"I. n, Pivoree In the above style cause on I I GIFTSFor S S -
: If it takes a New Year for you, as an '.n 'the Inland of Stork Ixlandnd or befnr the nth day of Januar>'. I S S C
view of these figures it is bring a Part of toerflA. I>. 1949. otherwise.. the .Il..gation"j j S S
: somewhat m"-ni Lot On. (1> 'In {Section therein will
t individual to find time for reflection upon be taken a" N.nt"se.L" j S
confusing! to hear Truman supporters Thirt>-four ((341.) Township ThH or ;
I I : your presence on this mundane sphere SiMt-v.ten. ('il> South of a wk for four <*nn-e<.uti\e weeksn \ S 0 SS
shouting about a 'mandate" for this }.inx< Tentrfi, (:Ji! ) i The Kf'YVetot l"itizen. a n.- : S 0 S
then it is well for that New Year or .l-Ust.: TalUhaxxee Meridian. -.. S
: you a paper published Key \\ .- ) C
I that. A more intelligent appraisal of the Monroe Counl>', Florida and1'lat roe ounty. FloridaIW1NB For the S
i : rolls around. In a way, you are superiorto helter kn..n ar.4.te.crIbedas : and tfHMKURO this .1..n-// TOYS I S
reactions of Americans will be gained I..t f'"' (41P ae' day of Itereinber. A. 'I' IS4S! CHILDRENTropical S
I : many other human beings, who have 'orII"c to a of SI'N- (.s-al> ROSS; SIU1'..:n. C
when we secure complete figures to .. It 1'S1': n PUt Clerk S
as of the
Cln .
: no time for* anything that they cannot I:....k One (II. PaKe 111. Mon- uilxirt. Trader ; S
the number of votes!' cast for Congressional ro<- C..untT, ...'nn..... I'ubli.IU .- Monroe ('oinly. FI..ri.ia.. S
Py (>.d
: comprehend. They spend their days in > -..rd., toicethec ikith" nil ) Annn C S
candidates. IWniy .rlt. 718 DuTal Street S
: such activities the niuirlan and littoral rlRht J. Y Porter lVolicitor : S
as making of th.r.-s..
appertaining and I I s for I'lamtirr PHONE: 1000its S
Already it is apparent that the IrtlongineTou .
: ascending the social scale or earning the I dec.I-l4-ilii4jan.7j943.: .4 ; S
are heibr rj-dereOj' and re-. S
cast for the Democratic candidates for ...11'1! l .. .. .
| to file 1-- ---
: gaudy tinsel that men accept as distinc;; Congress t h<- 7lh day of )Februnry.u api -arjncr A. I O, 1449" C I C .. ................... .... I e I S S
: tion. considerably exceeded the total I in i the ahe ..ty'd', caiKA now S
vote cast for President Truman. I..n.lillar. in the Circuit Cmirt .f the.
If this II I I.i.. "lb CIrcuit nt. the S C
means anything it that the Stale' ,.f Florida 'Ira and .for MonroeConnix. oldSwinging S
L: MORE PAY EQUALS ECONOMY means Party '. in cham-ery. wherein f : CC CS S S 5S

as a unit added strength to the President's Charlev rxolina Top- ..
p lflo. hI. wife are plaintiffs and the
position. There is no basis in fact for the above, named parties and another -- -
-a. Former President Herbert Hoover i3 are defendants and In'default of
suggestion that President Truman pulled Kucb appearan. a. r eeree Pro fffather t
the head of.a commission which has been Confenso will be entered against -
Democratic condidates into Congress on Sou. Said cause was 1 InMitmeil. as!
: studying the structure of the Federal government the of a aforesaid for the purpose of quiet- SS SC
strength his own popular appeal. in I < title of plaintiff*.founded upon
: with an eye to recommending Tax l.-eedo, to th..illosing des.critxd QIme114g S
: II. IA" The old i is breathing i to C '
lands. tHntuf. :''lyttiir ami heIn year et+t .
: changes that will make for efficiency and We I in Monroe Counn. Male of

: know of a man, in public affairs, Fl"rlda., towitp : last hours in hu h of C
who nrpi. 5 t a e-pccteney. S
measures his success by the publicity On the Island of Slock Island
One SS
of the
: recommendations would .
and h inc a Part of Government !
he does
I not receive.PHILOSOPHER. ( / ".t ;tio< But in that know that
add to the salary of the President and to Thlrtt-four. Lot One UU.:(II) In Township Section d :'j ( quiet.we.. CI

: that of a number of officials of less-than- Sixt\-xeien (i.7, South of Hatter : : c there horns I CS
: fje
OR OFF-BASE? Twenty-five (:!!:3 it Haft. Talla- are waiting to I .
.... .
: cabinet rank. Strangely enough Mr. ha Meridian. Moiirue Count*. SS .. I
Florida and hl'ttf'r10; \\ n and SS
-- '
: Hoover says that the increases, in the long dtscrlhed a" Lot .''.Pty (t.H S / sounded, bells waiting to bcne.
The police of New Jersey recently arrr.rdintt It, a Plat of sr.NKRK.ST C S
.: run, will be economy. recorded In Tint" Hook
discovered an old man, eighty-four-years- One (I it. pnee 17.: Monroe hearts.waiting to 1 lie lifted wrthbrigfit C .
: More strangely the I fount .. .
perhaps former old lorida. '.lJblk! Record S.
unconscious and suffering from mal- tnr"ther with! all ri|>.trtan and in SC ii CS
President is :
correct. Since 1949
: the war something nutrition and littoral rights thtreunto' arp+r- I S new hopes. May
gangrenous feet. taming an.l l : like 3,500,000 have left the > S
government's persons and The man was living in a "filthy PRCF1. HiOn ALSO fjto say HAPPY C be a happyNew Yl"QrJ )yii J
employ about
2,500- SS
: shack," but surrounded the Inland .f Stotk Ti.lS.Ti.1 SC SS
by old tin
000 persons have been Adequate cans, and bem T: It Tart of COAeminent .
employed. cigar boxes cardboard rAt one (O in Section S
.. cartons and paper Thirt\-four (J4 NEYE&RS S .
salaries, it is believed would Rave > Townsbip SS SS
bags filled with silver of Slxty-vfien! il c 7) South of Ranjr\ _

: prevented much of the turnover and, since 5,000 or.more. currency- around hlttl Twent!'....>:Meridian-ft e (23:;>Monroe: HaM; Conntv.Tails- SS .-.-. .

a it costs the government money to train Florida, and belter known, and S S SC
In addition, the recluse had in his described a. Lot "'ort*-"ne <41| C
: workers the net result of adequate rag accordinw to plat ..f :st'X- S
paywill ged clothing $150 in bills and change. Police KRKST" reoirded in Plat Ikx.k To all this"9'VJ1'S S S C
: : be economy. One (1)I Pare iS.. Munroc ?..!!
: also report that he had "'substantialsavings" Count}. .Florida PubliO Record.
With more adequate salaries it is I together with all riparian and THE

:. believed that workers would tend to stay The fn man a bank. littoral taming: ricrhts and belonging thereunto apper fine people. J ...: MAXWELL CO. Inc. ':

operated a small auto It is further
park ordered
: on the job. No private industry could afford that this : ,
ing lot but what interests Order be published! once a wrek for
: such us is the queermental four (C) conxecutitevreekii In The t
an extravagance. SS
quirk that Key West Citizen a newspaper of CS
caused him Roberts
to adopt irencra! circulation published' tn ; Office Supplies
his strange abode and )ioiir.s.unty.. Florida: S
stranger method ofof : iwixE ANb S
: KKOKHKH at K..y
Gov-elect Fuller Warren will have 'Wjtllt, Monroe C
living. Philosophers might County. Klorlda this S
: two admirals his staff. suggest that: jrrd day of December, A. 1>. IUS. C
on Appropriately r the old man had discovered something in (Circuit Court RO>S C P\TTYER. and SC
: enough they are from Lake. Seal) "'If'rk..r the Circuit Court, EquipmentS
his apparent contempt for what Monroe County, Florida. -

: admirals from an island county would be buy, but practical-minded moneycan By KATHLEEN Deputy XOtTAOK Clerk. S SC
: Incongruous. doubt it. !I Solicitor n.\T'\JOXD: for p.Plaintiffs.LORD. 126 Dutal Street Telephone 250 I S S S.C

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'.S IDAY, DECEMBER'Sir 1948 ..: .

Aviation Cadet !:"tUmlfU00mUlfnmm0Umm0UUmm0UUmIUfImIUUImlODUm. r lIIl lnnnnl.'II'IlImlll> '! lDUllIIIIJ lauIllI1lDDllJWIlUUI umnDJInIllA.1UIt nllUWluna f

Training SystemTo i. CLASS It I ED ADS I Hastings By HASTINGS'BAKER Thinks : f fI


Be Ii Insanity is '
ChangedI Information for the Advertisers a spine chilling
I ; thing. Like ghosts or snakes, it is

(!%pietat .. Tt.e Allan. 1'i.= RATES t I I is'3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE E unpleasant and we don't want to
MIAMI Dec. 31.-Beginning in' Regular TrpeAd'ertiscments charge tut the first 15 wordsor
insure publication copy think about it But it is very real
April 1349: the aviation cadet under this less is 45c. must be 'm. (he-office before 11 I I and all around
us. Every day
'IE head will be inserted in The .PAYMENT o'clock I
training system will be changed on )heyday of publication i
i about 350 people enter mental
Citizen at the rate of 2c a word Payment for classified ad- E
from a three-class per year to an
for each insertion but the vertisements is invariably in OFFICE hospitals. In a year's time this

eight-class per year system. The ,E minimum charge for the first advance but regular advertises Business office in The CitiZen adds up to a good sized city.

change will benefit both USAF 15 words or less is 30c. with ledger accounts may Building, corner Greene E Every day that passes insanity

and Aviation Cadet applicants. I Black Face Type lave their advertisements and: Ann Streets. Door to the I'I costs this country almost three

For the USAF training program = The rate for blackface type : chargeeLiinmiiiiiiiniimitiiiiiiiiHiimitiiiimimimiiimiinnu right on entering building. '', million dollars. Much of this expense -
it will level off the loads of could be saved if patients
students entering training.peak For i! ,AUUlllmlmu8lnllmmu8um0ummmlrmlm0001n1I"' "' "'''' \ .. ............ .. ..........................._UIIIIUIIUNUUUnm1UIIUUiII01U'IUGIIIIIUmIIIUIIIUIUNCFOR 1,[were treated properly in state
the applicants it will afford them ALL ADVERTISING I','mental hospitals, and cured as
IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions In the '
: event error it advertis-
a wider choice of starting datesto soon as possible instead of being
conform with their personal I ing transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED!: treated so badly that many be-

convenience. ADVERTISING, and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space .occupied toy come hopeless and stay indefin
Locally, testing and processingwill the part of the advertisement where theerror: occurs. I itely.

be 'conducted at the U. S.: I -- _---_-- N-sn
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Army and U. S. Air Force recruiting -i FOR RENTAPARTMENTSFurnished FOR SALE-HOTELS SALE-USED CARS* I Adams Clifford (abon.a- Clark Me.
J native
TQO Jluch
main station 25 N. E.1 1 JI City i I of Fort Scott. Kas. Is special I

3rd street by Captain-Harold A. \ 2%-room apartment Small hotel in downtown Key I i 1936 Oldsmobile Special Coupe. 1 i counsel to President Truman'

Willbanks aviation cadet project I Utilities furnished. $25.00 week- West. Fla. contains 8 large j Good tires, good condition $400. For Deer !
officer between 8 a. m. and 2 p.I j lySea Isle Apartments 915 rooms with 5 baths and two j 705 Windsor Lane. dec28-5tx
m. Monday and Tuesday, Janu-1 Windsor Lane. dccl-tf apartments. All in perfect ,J !:I! 45 states use public money for I
ary 1011. Men from the south condition. I 1942 Chevrolet condition. KANSAS CITY City life advertising and publicity.
Large lot and good good
Florida district may make. appointmEnts I j Furnished apartment 3 rooms and i money maker. Must disposeon Apply 933 Fleming Street proved too much for the 4yeari I i I ,

for interview with I bath. Maid and janitor services acco nf of health. Box 532 I dec29-3tx old buck deer that somehow wan- (j I .
Captain Willbanks by calling the linens and utilities fur- Key West, Florida. dered in from the woods. The Your Grocer SELLS That Good
Public Information Office three-point buck was subdued by I I I
at' nished. Coral Hotel 1947 Fordor
Apartments dccl-ll Super Buick. Cashor
821505. a man with a lariat after it had; STAR BRAND
opposite Post Office. credit Call 1530-R after !
To facilitate the transfer to the I I smashed a window in an attempt :
dec7-2lt FOR SALE-BOATS 4:30.
AND dec30-5tx i AMERICAN
new schedule the starting date MARINE to leap over an automobile in a :: COFFEE
for the next class has been moved 1 bedroom busy street It died a few minutes and CUBAN
apartment private Buick. 46 Super 4-Door I'I'I !
from March 1, 1949 to April. I Sedan. later, from what a zoo director -Try A Pound Today-
bath. Seasonal or yearly. No I I Gray marine engines and service. $1850. Private owner. 27,000
There iwil be no March class. Beginning I said was "exhaustion and fear.
with the April class the children or pets. 1328. White' C. R. Smith opposite Firestone I miles. 2301 5th Street Key I I
dec28-tf West
decl-lmo dec30-2tx
established quota will be 600 for I
each class and there will be eight NEW 26" TIREBICYCLES
classes per year instead of three. Small 2-room efficiency apartment Marine single cylinder diesel engine -11937 Ford V-8 Coupe. $75.00. ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand

Classes thereafter, of similar suitable for settled lady. suitable for commercial I Leaving town must sell. Apply EQUIPMENT .
size, will begin every six weeks. Reasonable. 1019 Margaret fishing boat. English construction 515-D West Poinciana.
Phone 575. dec29-tf Very fine condition. Only 1 dec31-ltx 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 25D

115. Dave's Shell Service, at. $39.95 and !,
Szigur Tourist Court Box I We hare; A
Apartments. Else- 1912, Opa-Locka. Fla. 1937 Ford Tudor, new transmLj'sion -
tric kitchen. Reasonable. Children II dec27-6t I I' clutch 1946 motor. Very TRICYCLES and WAGONS I'I Complete Line of
1st Steno. "Gee, but isn't the welcomed. 909 I tires.
Apply i 1 good Apply 1101 Angela. Deposit will hold any merchandise
boss cranky this morning" Elizabeth Street. dec30-tf j I New 16' sport utility launch. Completely -|r dec31-2tx i i on our Lay-Away Plan New I Years Cards

2nd Steno "Yes, Til have to equipped. 4-cylinder,
go in and sit on him. Newly furnished bedroom apartment Gray engine. Ideal fishing 1 I '46 Chrysler Windsor. Radio and 1 Overseas Cycle Store Royal Standard and Portable
1301 Truman Avenue boat Gomez Marine Service heater. 3389 Avenue "E", TYPEWRITERSFOR
TODAY IN HISTORYKnow Phone 215. dec30-3tx Palm Avenue. dec30-4tx I, Apt 3. dec31-3tx i 920 Truman A..... Phone 1380

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( America) 2-bedrom apartment 218 Simon-I I 11-foot Marine plywood boat. $55. I FOR SALE OR RENT- I --- --- --- -

1775-Gen. Richard Montgomery ton Street Phone 663W. I 46 Rest Beach. dec31-5tx I BUSINESS PLACES
dec31-lt I
dies leading vain American 1 I
assault Complete Grocery and Meat Market "
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1833 JObed Hussey, then of FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS FURNITURE tc APPLIANCES Equipment in excellent .

Cincinnati, patents one of the I condition. Reasonably priced.
first successful American Overseas Hotel rates. Cof- :Maple twin beds box springs, innerspring 535 Francis Street Telephone
ers. reap- fee shop, bar. decl-lmo I mattresses, chest 1153M. dec30-3tx

1879-At Menlo Park, N. J, I Brand new 34x84 jalousie door.
Thomas A. Edison demonstrates FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Brand new gas range for apart WAHTEDEMPLOYMENTI

the first system of street lighting AND ROOMS, ment or trailer. Cot and mat r
in which the incandesecent lamp tress. Cheap. 1328 White. I do typing or bookkeeping at
is uSed-packed trains run at Four apartments, rooms and light: dec17-tf I home. Mrs. J. Lconhardt, 802 II
night to see iL1908Wilbur housekeeping roams $5 to $15 Eaton Street dcc30-2tx
per week. 411 William Street Simmons' davenport Kitchenset.
Wright makes '
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flying history by flying for almost dec29-29t I ,12x16 rug. Phone I067-J.1 REPAIRS' .DIOS

two and a half hours in dcc28-5tx Lowl
France. The Stutz 'Hotel, 410 Fleming,I Radio repairs while-U-wait

1936-The Washington Limitations Street, has an efficiency apt.)I I Washing machine, Maytag Com' standard prices by catalog. 14
and several sleeping rooms va-: mander. Factory new condition years radio experience in man- .il .
Treaty of 1922 and the London -
Pact of 1930 end-and world cant Low weekly or monthly I Price, $105.00. 505-B j jI ufacturing plants. 1116 White- In
rates. dec7-tf West Poinciana. dcc29-3tx head Street. nov30-28tx ,
powers begin race in ..-/..shipre- ;
arming. ., : I
war i FOR RENT-HOUSES Bedrom suite, kitchen set, wash: REPAmSELECTRICALAPPLIANCES
1940-Navy cancels games '
and fleet held in Hawaiian, *.. I ing machine, sewing machine
unit.1941Jags. Two-bedroom house, .furnished. couch. All in good condition.
as '.. l
Just redecorated inside. Excellent 906 Street.
land without opposition Apply Georgia Washers, irons vacuums and
at the gates of Manila. location. Season only.:. dec30-3tx fans repaired.( O'Briant, Phone
Phone 667-J. dec23-tf
1944-Gen. Patton opens a new
counter-offensive drive into Nazi Serve refrigerator Easy mangle
FOR RENT-COTTAGES water cooler. Call at Southern
flank. Cross HoteL dec31-tf, HOME or
1946-President Truman de- I
clares the end of hostilities and Small cottage for couple. Utilities Man with car, wishes partlimeemployment.
furnished. $16.00 Ap-i FOR SALE HOUSES
weekly. -
many of the wartime laws are any- USEWe
terminated. ply 800 Simonton. dcc30-2t I i AND LOTS thing. Interview. Box Y15.dcc293tx. COMMERCIAL

1947-Recording studious workat I
FOR RENTBOATSSam I Two furnished houses, desirable
record speed before Petrillo'sbtuvn Are Pi epared To Furnish You With
I location. Write owner. Box GARDEN AND LAWN
barring recordings
into effect the first. Lowe's Boat Rental Service. ,j XY c/o Citizen. dec22-10tx SUPPLIES Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE
i New Mercury outboard motors I

and Ramsey plywood boats and|i FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE 100-lb. sack of
I Special price. _onu _
rowbc-ats. Visit Stock Island'I! Bloom-Aid fertilizer. Key: West Thompson Enterprises Inc.

today and fish your worries Dining Room seating 77. Furn-I
; Garden and Lawn Supply Co., I .
away. dec30-6tx ished homes and apartments. 8 St Tel. 1019.
I 914 Fleming (ICE DIVISION)
to 22 units. Paul Boyse'n/626 dcc29-tf I
REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate Fleming Street, Box 303. Key PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA.

West dec27-6tx LOSTlobn's

service domestic or .
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commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration -j j Unfurnished two-bedroom house -- -- -
new brown Buxton stitch-
Service, Phone 724-W.J on small. lot Phone 249-J. 1
less wallet Xmas night. Initials
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Secretary of State George C. Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Furniture Moving Company Inc.

Marshall, born in Uniontown Minimum five. Artman Press, General Hauling .

Pa.Justice. 68 years Stanley ago. Reed of the Citizen Bldg., Phone 51.dec27tf ISLAND Every Load CITY Fully TRANSFFR Insured Fast, Dependable Freight antI Express Service

1 U S. Supreme Court born in Ma- Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman -hetwHnlIIAlII -

son City, Ky.. 64 years ago. FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSBundles dec2011txMISCELLANEOUS
( North Winship Ambassador to:, and
South Africa, born in Macon of old newspapers at 1int -
Ga.. 63 years ago. I each bundle. Inquire at
Prof. Colin G. Fink of Columbia The Citizen Office. nov20-tf Picture framing pictures framed Between Miami and, Key West

University famed electro-I and matted. DiNegro's, 614
4 ti chemist born in Hoboken N. J.,'j 1 Beautiful coconut braid hats at Francis, Phone 1197-M. Express Schedules
J 67 years ago. :j I $3.50 each at the Marshall Stu- dcc4-23tx
(No Stops En Route)
I Judge Annabel Matthews, first dio in Telegraph Lane. Also LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
woman member of the Board of'I coconut rugs and candy, garlic HELP WANTED-FEMALE SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.MAr..
Tax Appeals. Washington born''j olives and limelade. I I I rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Midnight .

i in Culloden Ga.. 65 years ago. I i dcc31jan7-2t Beautician steady ( ,

Dr. Ralph J. Watkins of Dun & I. for all round 'mPloyment.1 LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Bradstreet, research economist.I I FOR SALE-TRAILERS Hair Stylist; 921 SUNDAYS) at 12:00 .o'clock Mid
.. born in San Marcos, Tex.. 52:j nue. night and arrives at Key West aJ
years ago. 25' house trailer 1948 Spartanettc. 6:00 o'clock A.M.

': Leland Olds Federal Power" Sleep 4, twin beds electric re Waitresses wanted. Apply Ha- Local Schedule
Commissioner, born Rochester N. frigerator and water heater. bana-Madrid. dec30-2t :
\ Y.. 58 years ago. Like new. Must sell imme-I )I l (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
Jerry Farnsworth of North, diately. Make offer. A. 1..1
Wanted-Female to do general
CEPT SUNDAYS) ai 8:00 o'clockA.
I1 Truro Mass., artist born in Dalton :Macro, 10-B Seaplane Base. 1 office work. Local girl pre-I M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00

Ga., 53 years ago. dcc28-5tx I I fcrred. Apply Navarro. Inc. o'clock P. M.

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arrives at Key West at 5:00
I Truck;' 1'z-ton V-8 Ford. 14' bed. experience preferred. P. M.
OWOSSO. Mich.-James Ock- I 6 excellent tires. Motor excellent State age, experience and qual
erman took careful aim with I condition. $350. Phone I ifications. Box SE c/o Key
his shotgun at what he thoughtto I I 748-W. dec31-3t West Citizen. dec30-3t FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE
be a weasel in his front yard INSURANCEMAIN
and fired. It wasn't a weasel STORAGE FOR RENTSTORESLarge
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'- sine poses In plaid satin bathing" species of a male mink which Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor store. 218 Simon ton, 35x60. PHONES: 92 AND 93I.

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By FRANK ECK. AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor f a bag! of coal down the chute from an airlift C-5 Skymaxter .
NEW YORK-Baseball in 1948 was as unusual as the I I at Berlin' Tempelhof airport. They flew to Berlin to entertain
that he land, Calif., to replace Bucky,
league pilot
big was
a '
tial election. The unexpected happened at almost every : airlift personnel and American trop -.,
I The climax came when the Cleveland Indians, rated preSiden-1( I named "manager of the year" Harris with the Yankees, Robert I ..
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shots to win the pennant not only look the American Billy Sbuthworth, too, did a (Red> Rolfe moving up in Detroit - :
... by beating the Boston Red Sox in the first junior circuit playoff in 'I' fine job with the Boston Braves. to replace Steve O'Neill ShortsLew Cautions:*
history but walked off with the World Series, beating the Boston!I Two of his players sustained injuries now a Cleveland coach, and Jack Sports I
and another forced to -
was Onslow into Ted Lyons''managerial .
Braves four to two. i stepping "Sandy McWadd is nearly dead
games I quit his club finished 6Vz t. head
yet I shoes with the Chi- Andreas Syracuse's '
The American League stole 1 the Bosox, 8-3, in the playoff for! games ahead of the Cards and cago White Sox. { basketball coach, is starting his for sleep." '
some of the National League his 20th win of the season. Four :! 7!i in front of Brooklyn. Eddie Fines by Commissioner A. B.,t 24th season as head of the Orange I "What's the matter inS m-

-.d thunder with its first four-team I I, days later he blanked the Braves I II I i Stanky, who was traded by I (Happy) Chandler were numer- cagers nia'
race in years. With two days of I Brooklyn during spring training ous but few clubs complained. "No, the last time he wen( to
the regular season left. the Inj j I2-0 i in the Series and as a relief I!! for a sum reported to be $100,000, I I The Pirates were relieved of Len Mutcheson of the Wash-
dians. Red Sox and Yankees : hurler for Lemon helped win the I I was out two months with a broken I I+ $2,000 in a father-son deal. They ington Lions of the American sleep he woke up just as he was
came down abreast of the finish ,>last game, 4-3, in Boston. !i ankle and slugging outfielder signed Danny Lynch for $&,000- Hockey League is of Chinese ex- preparing to give his money
line. The Yanks lost their II I Cleveland's hard luck pitchi i I Jeff Heath missed the Series because II I the maximum for a first year ma- traction. away. He's afraid he won't
final two games to the Red Sox ( er was Bob Feller. He muffed a I i he fractured his ankle the jor leaguer-and signed his father wake up in time the next time"
.i while the Indians gained the chance to win the pennant the last week of the season. Center:I to a scout's contract. Young Only four lettermen are returning -
tie by splitting their last two j' lad day of the regular season I'I fielder Jim Russell was lost because :Lynch, former Southern Metho- I to the hardwood with the

games..with Detroit. and dropped.both Series .starts. i of a heart ailment. I I. dist infielder wound up with the Cornell basketball squad this season NEW LEASE
for the third straight year I losing a tight two-hit battle. 1 The Braves, however came up I i Cubs and hit a home run in his .
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more than 20000,000 fans paid } 10. to John Sain in the opener.In I with Shortstop Alvin Dark who Ii Iit f first big league game. on security can be yours
their way into the big league | mid-season. upon front office t was named "rookie of the year." I Chandler -free parks. The American League I orders. Feller passed up I. He got the nod over such fine farm hands. stating that the lina basketball squad will face I nw IT. S. Army and U. S. Air
l.. reached a new high of 11,150,099: the All-Star game. won by the I! first-year men as Bearden, Richie I' players "were covered and han- 22 opponents during the 1948-49 Force. Steady employment. Job
Indians Were Exciting Americans. 5-2. and wan sub- 'Ashburn of the Phillies who led dled contrary to baseball law I campaign.I training. Free retirement plan.
The Indians, naturally, fur- jected to boos. both leagues in stolen bases, LouI and procedureNumerous Educational advantages. For
nished most of the exciement I Among the American League I Brissie, the Athletics wacwounded 1| clubs were fined $500 for signing I ton team charged that Mc. I the ladies. a career in the WACor
They made a number of deals under j stars were Ted Williams Joe Di- 1! southpaw and FirstI I. high school athletes before Gowan had thrown a baseball WAF. Your recruiter is eager -
the guidance of Bill Veeck a I Maggio Bondreau and Pitchers i I Baseman Bill Goodman of the their regular classes had grad and a strike indicator at to tell you the fall story. See
genius at promotion They broke' Hal Newhouser and Jack Red Sox. uated. Umpire Bill McGowanwas Senator players. him now at Room 212..Post Of-
% all attendance records.' A crowd* Kramer. Williams hit .369 to repeat I'I The saddest part of the cam- suspended by American I McGowan later was reinstated. fice Bldg.. Key West Fla. Anew
or 82,781 turned out to see a twin I i as league batting champ Di- [ paign was the passing of Babe League president Will Harridge However, it only goes to prove r lease on your life
bill with the Athletics at Clevei (| Maggjo paced the loop in homers i Ruth, baseball's greatest figure.I .1! when members of the Washing- that umpires, too, are human.
land's Municipal Stadium. In the with 39 and drove in the most i Ailing with cancer for 21 months. ____ ___ n.. ., ._ -- -- -- -.- -- ---"-
: Series, record crowds of 81,897 runs 155.Kramer. I the Babe was a trouper almost to > 7 EMl
/ and 86,288 saw Saturday and I I I won 18 games for the I the end. He visited most of the iI LINDSLEY LINDSLEY LINDSLEY .
/ Sunday games in the Ohio lake ; Red Sox and lost only five while I Florida spring training baseball I I'I ___ -
Lfront. city. t'Newhouser gained 21 decisions 'I camps last March, made numer- j i a Xo
t Leroy (Satchel) Paige a leg- for the Tigers. Hal's big win was ous appearances at luncheons,!I : SINCE la81
.ZH .end in Negro baseball with the I I his final day decision over Feller, I went to ballgames and even au- !
1 -Kansas City monarchs. became causing the American League tographed balls for youngsters j r
: :-"" 'the "oldest rookie" in the history I I'deadlock. He died Aug. 16. > 5 Lumber in
the Liodsley Company
e of the game when the Indians I I Stan Musial of the St. Louis The Babe leaves two great records j ,
e signed him. Because he Cardinals was head and shoulders behind. One is his 60 homeruns ) ,
*" drew more than $6,000 for his 'I l above the National League hit with the Yankees in 1927 iI j -
I -? first year's pay he was a ""bon'I j'I'i'I batters, leading the circuit With I and the other the adoration ofi + Al 330 DIVISION STREET in KEY WEST, TLOKIIU
/ us player." I I .3j6. lie also drove home the most youngsters. .
r *"_ Bob Lemon, winner of 20( !i if [ runs 131. lie was the league's Hack Wilson whose S6 hom- II
1 -games 10 of them shutouts most valuable player; Boudreau j ers with the 1930 Chicago Cubs Wishes for You find Yours r'i ::
"hurled a 2-0 no-hitter against the!' got the American League award. is tops in the National League I
/ .""T'gers. Manager Lou Boudreau |i i I SaiD Tops in Wins j I' also passed en as did popular : /-i Z
/ worked his pickoff play success- ;;; Musial's 39 homers were one 1 Herb Pennock. general mana- !
?ram"fully a number of times, once in':shy of the leaders. Johnny Mize i ager of the Phillies and former SUCCESS. PEACE. PROSPERITY. gj
I e-.' -he Series against Earl Torgeson :: of the Giants and Ralph Kiner of I Yankee southpaw ace. t't'I a
t (of the Braves. 1'!! the irates, who tied for the sec I Managerial changes were as 2 HEALTH and I HAPPINESSthe fi
: In the opening game, however; j I| ond straight j ear Sam, with his I prominent as umbrellas in April. I
/ .'", the play caused a rhubarb between I i!I24 wins, led both leagues in victories t'! The biggest surprise found three' "
'. "> the rival camps. Boudreau while Harry Brecheen of ; managers out one day in Julyi "
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contended he had Phil Masi|I I the Cardinals had the best per- i when Mel Ott of the Giants \ i -
.,* picked off second and protested i i centage, winning 20 decisions out'I stepped down and Leo Durocher I II 1949 '
?' to Umpire Bill Stewart veteran j, of 27. Rex Barney, 24-year-old :j moved over from Brooklyn to ,':? N'IV YI'I" )1' .,
t *. National League arbiter Stewart I i Brooklyn spcedballer, turned in a j take his position. Old Reliable 'Jk .
"'it seemed, had all the close plays : 2-0 no-hitter in a night game'I Burt (Barney) $hotten Brook : I"
r *- "cal the, Series. 1 against the Giants. I l>n's interim pilot of 1947, moved :W ." gJ :::
j' 'Bearden-Was Standout The National League had its I right back with the Dodgers The -J: .o. r 6 Ulcpre I" .* Z
t v :.One 'o[ the Series standouts I usual tight race with four I i Phillies picked the same day toi I en :::.y" ,
f .. ittJs ,Gene Bearden, 27-year-old I I teams in the running until the i fire Ben Chapman. Eddie Sawyer, I Q : O
/ Ndgy veteran, who has plates in i last two weeks. The big surprise > popular Toronto pilot, eventually i '
1 .5 his head and knee as a result of*! was furnished by Billy I'succeeded Chappie Bucky Walters -! 2 .
/, wounds in the Pacific. He assured i Meyer and his fourth place replaced John Neun in Cin- 2I. tn
the Indians of at least a pennant Pirates, a team built around I cinnati. ><:
t tie by beating Detroit. 8-0, and J castoffs. Meyer got so much out i Other managerial moves saw I."q
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SOWSTY NEWSy 52 Met II Chambers Here Returns Ford ',i!;points football m competition.Southwest Conference

LESLIE GULEY Last NightBoy For holidays Winter Season
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Mr. Mrs J Chambers..
Residence-629-XI Scout Troop>> No. 52 held One of Key West's most emi- l WATCH NIGHT
t.. _mu.mmlllJl whbnmnnIU...,___...:__ ;. of 112 Ann street hare had their .
nent winter residents, John Dew-
---------WUIHWIllIDIlIIIII111I1IIm4 III .its weekly meeting last night at3U
'--' nnllllllllllll two sons with them for the t
Paul's Parish Hall, with rr philosopher teacher and au- SERVICE
Conch Club a Christmas and. New Years holi- ey "
Dance For days. thorn has with llrs. Dewey and t
d very interesting program r| t k i
Members And Guest of honor at the meeting !Y.I 1 ) f J. i E. Chambers Jr.. and Jay W. : their two adapted children I' Will Be lieu at

Guests Last Thursday At was the troop's first Scoutmaster. i Chambers, both of whom attend 1 turned to the IsUnd City.Thrr te-I!' GOSPEL HALL
the Hargrore Military Academy :are at 504( South street at j,
_ Jr. Chamber Of Connnvr_ Clubhouse. victor lATsen. He addressed the '. I : t:'in Chatham. Virginia will leave their winter home and expect to i 720 SOUTHARD STREETTONIGHT
u -- eouts. Mid pointed out that of 1,, + _uS tomorrow to.resume. their studies r remain here for about four ;;
The Conch Club :: member of the .
composed of Johnson Edna Elwood,. Joan El- hs original 32 .there : months "
K y'nt young people attend- bertson. Nancy .:: ocp. 31 had joined the armed'ervices > Mr: Chambers who is a Chief i i
' In the University of Florida at r, Sandra Silbtrman.Lane. Faye' Smd of their country and that MOM in the, United States Navy.|. During the 15th and 16th oenttunes II at II :fH> rr Cldt-k

Gainesville, last Thursday held a 'i Fields Mitzi Carbon n. Alice Marjory De- ;.teit previous Scout training was is, attached; to PCS 1335, how books were printed almost)I -ALL ARE INVITED-
dance for members and their j i t,Armas Cynthia Perez Lorraine: .bservable daring their service. i s tationed ere. ,invariably m. Mack-letters.
guests at the Junior Chamber of i!p f Adams Ernest Avila assistant scout- --. .. --
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Commerce Clubhouse on Flaglcravrnue Shannahan. Merxh :aadtef spoke briefly on the adrnlago ; : .
: I i, Hilton. Messrs. Thomas S*ice- ... -0 ., = -tr
of Scouting, and Ar-
Splendid dance music was furnished 1 .William Charles W. Warner' Joe'Farrell tu Boza. also assistant scoutmaster -..1xr
Park.loon\ L.
by Duke's Royal told the boys about the '..#' '
Aces, anineptece I Day Be-nie C. Papy Jr,'Jackson' 7rt ; i
colored orchestra and Parmer Buck Sawyer, Leland -iftama: Scouts, and stated thatshortly id
refreshments of punch and goodies I Archer Helio Gomez Archie Potter the loutl scouts would be i
were served Sidney Mathews corresponding with those Panama

was in charge of the punch and 1 t I Smith Kermit, Klip Smith L. Roberts Al Lowe Auton.Elmer 1. Scouts.: iI i _Rr a ,- _,
Hobo Gomez acted as social: Bennett John Yates spoke of several re- I .. ) I I
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chairman fur the affair at whicha i'I Donald Pearlman O'Neal Romero Adams, reziional programs that ere {r N +. ; 1 4.l I l :r kL i;
fine time was had by all attending Frank 1.tanned for the Boy Scouts, mijdins : ,
Sosin. Jr., Iloracio Castillo ;
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r Present<< at the dance were the Rayzor. lie* Scoutmaster of the Troop II .
Andy .
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JiSes, & Beverly Buchanan Faye card of the many plans: for the t -: -
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s, Hervakii. Faye RoJrts Betsy I' Joe Jimmy Lowe Register Sidney, Mathews Albert Parra Oscar+' ,'ornmg year announcing that in l NORTH CAROLINA'S RECORD: POLIO EPIDEMIC last summer -;. ..,. .'i.. .- .'.
Suddath Carolyn Strunk. Rose''I Avila, Lrnest Avila and Mr. the near future the first of a se- t so overtaxed hospital facilities there that it was necessary iJ. 'J i'' I
and'Mrs ,
Marie Shannahan. Jennie C. Randy Pierson. res of hikes would take place. to convert army buildings in Greensboro and Monroe into polio fJ1 : J :
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I i Troop 52 is planning to goeither ( treatment centers. March of Dimes funds were used in equipping -.
to Havana to Orlando :
or and staffing the centers., 'Shown above are two polio patients -' :: ,
for the annual summer i ,
List Of Passengers For Havana cncampK 1 being admitted to the center at Camp Button near Mon- .
( >nt next year i '
11 This troop'13 registering for its i roe. N. C.James. e 'eo/1i.; We wont the Bells of
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Leaving Havana: via !Theodore Smith Gertrude Smith, I ' S. A Af'fO-l I I Another guest at last night's .
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Va Dolores Harder Eva Hooper Howard McMaster Pearson : 4" .u x wish for fifty-tuo ,,cel 'r ;
pmt several days were: meeting was Visiting i >> )

i Jrbh Edward llrtuiqutz Murray.,Jessie Miriam Murray Cox,I I I\\'alter Wright Hooper.William Ruth Wright.Harden 01-1 I *\"ife\odbury Scout. from New Jersey Troop f35 who will at ; Roberts Family .................; < .:-.. filled' Kith e\-cry ,I

...>wit Kelly' CLtnre Cur Iktty liam Goodwin. Elizabeth b.come a member of Troop 52here. Mr. ,and Mrs. William Gerald : _- : 't, .success: and luppincia. .

lt brts. James Pitrson. Arirunfc -I win. John Timberlake, Bessie j jTimberldke. I r i! James Leslie Pearson, of Bowl Ja>cocks, 1016 Grinnell street ,
Victor Scout songs led by Ernest Av- Green, the houseguest
Navarro l bng Ky. is '
Hazel j announce the birth of a son -
McCrath, yesterday
Urlvui IVrry. ). I a composed the closing cere of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 949it:
Charles Mc-Grath. Frances Ar- I! at 11 06 the Monroe -o1'
Charts Luksi. nngton.. Abe Greenhouse FannieGreenhouse. t inks of the meeting.Cllelldnr Roberts and their daughter, Miss : a. m. in -I ,
Stanley" Ko h. Eva Kmh. RussellNrbrMh. Betty Louise Robert County Hospital .
Father: Ncbruh. CatheoCaiNrlt trios Enque Valls Dimi Of Yesterday Mr Pearson visitedin The mw arrival weighed Sj ".l.
Floras Charles
Marshall I and 6 md hasbeen .
pounds {
William Cuba for the ,
Cassell, GroverClreemlade Edward Marshall Havana day returning -
Either Greenslade.iHMda I i I| I Harold Hobson. Sue Hanson; ] Coming Events I yesterday evening, and I I Clements.given the name of Francis L ; ,

Gun".U. Irving Silverman.1I I 1 I Lou Ann Hanson Otto Kiev, lIe- ;.thIS morning ht'. accompanied by.i iI Mr and Mrs. William M\ Uter .
I Mr and Mrs. Roberts and Miss
Stlvernvan. Alexander FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31st
bertha Kt'l,, Betty Lundegren I I '
I ; mark announce the birth of a :
li anI(. LOUHW Frank. i I Joyce Adams, Corrine Adams. New Year's Ball, Casa Marina Roberts left for Miami to attend daughter at the U. S. Naval Hospital -- ,.::... :
William Blunn PrudenceFbTMh. James Adams. Howard Marshall. Hotel. I the Orange Bowl Football game i" on December 26th. I
Louis Garcia. Henry Gar ![James Marshall Billy Marshall, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1st- there The '
I youngster weighed 5
ria, Charles Sheppard Paul I t Mabel Marshall Kenneth Marshall New Year's Dance Fleet Reserve Mrs. Roberts will then go north pounds, 15"i ounces at birth, and r1u.,
erfthrrnvan. Floyd D Cherry, [ Raymond Sanders. Louise Association Front and i with Mr. Pearson to visit her I has been named Yynda Louise.
(]arks. StmpMm. Danul Than 9 (. mother, Mrs J. 11. Momn who''
Sunders, James Oaks Austin Fitzpatrick streets p m. to 1 William M Utermark, RM 3, is I
F.irl Kmgiljy, James Burnette,i Quigley, James Vandermore, lam. Members and their I reside in Elizabethtown: Ky. j from Scotia New York and is at i PaUIJ.SherJEWELER !
Edna Lawrence Jack Lawrence Georgia Birtman. Lillian Clasen, guests.MONDAY. present stationed at the U. S. :
Howard Mills Jr, James Wilkins. Luis Clasen. Juan Campuzano, JANUARY 3rd- Subscribe to The Citizen 1 i,Naval Station here. .
Tie Hhire<< Burnett. Leo Messmer. Gonzalo Colon. Consuelo Annual Silver Tea sponsoredby .
Cnadia, --- ---- -- -------
l Joseph Itowkrr Elizabeth Bow Conchita Herrera. Martha Bou Woman's'Auxiliary of St. :,,
I ker, Joseph Bowker Jr, Major sa. Tony Katsonis, Artemis Kat Paul's Church Parish Hall, i' JL-
Lknkfuram. Jerry Collins Mary soms. 4:00 to.6:00 p. m. GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL"KEY
Carter Richard Berkini-uurt. ohn John Jacobs Mildred Jacobs, TUESDAY JANUARY 4th- i
ntiousen.. John )Mack Silvio Douglas Jacobs Lazaro Hero\ An- Regular meeting. Key West ) WEST'S ONLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL" *
Valdes. dres Arencibia, Richard Shough, Woman's Club, 3:30 p. m. at i
Enrique Vails. Anthony Yodish. Sylvia Shough. Frank Tillet Cleo Clubhouse on Duval street '! Emergency' Room Seri:ir<% 21 Hours A Day
John DeForest. Matilda Yodish. Tiller. Clinton Goodwin. Isabel THURSDAY. JANUARY 6th- i O/tfxtif/wif rii)'<*Ui Dorothy DeForest. Elinor S. Mayer '- Goodwin. Walter Girten. Edith Meeting Key' West Garden' I),, and +1'1 ''(
Francis G Melton. Anna J. Gieten Flo Weinberg Tussess Club, 8 p. m., Woman's Club-; )
Melton. Lester C. Elliott. Paul Andres Donald Schouler. Ronald house dn Duval Street. ( .Oul."a';"", Clinic: 3-fi. P.M., Daily,

Kidder, Dorothy Kidder, Barbara Gray Noel Atkiness. Florence SATURDAY., JANUARY 8th- ) Kxcejtl On Saturday' and Sunday _
Kiddtr Robertson ose M. Rodriguez, Formal Opening Ball. Casa :
: and FacilitiesTHIS
9foinjtlete laboratory
Lavinia Wagner. Maverne John Broderick, Norma Boyer, Marina,,Hotel. By invitation '! \-Ray
Ueador, Austin Williams Mary Emily Broderick Annette Shep- I HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CARE: FOR ii iiN
Williams Grady Bridges, Del- ard, Joseph Sameth. Minnie Sam- In the year 360 a council was : MATERNITY. MEDICAL bED SURGICAL CASES
phine Bridges John Fogg. Dudley eth. Isabel Lacedonia, William ::onvened in Paris under the
King. Lue King, Carl Wilber Michel Vaciliki Michel. tome of Parisea! Ci vitas, whence I GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITALDR.
the modern name of Pans is de-
.ivcd. '
1 JULIO DE POO. -Director
Fleet Reserve Association To Hold i ,.
Not less than 18 National For I 117 Raton Street Telephone 611
its are included in the State of
New Year's Dance Tomorrow Montana
NightBranch :
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and Unit 56 of the Fleet 1 Then Santa Claus passed out I ,, .

Reserve Association will have a I gifts to all the children of the i| *
New Year's Dance for members I members each child also receivI I I il i I
and log a stocking full of fruits, candies i; X S
their guests tomorrow night I
and goodies. They also had |
Saturday January let at the I l their fill of cookies, cake and i ;1 1'I J
Fleet Reserve Clubrooms ati soda I
pop during the party. II ____________ u:4 r
Front and Fitzpatrick streets. The adults party held on: 1I / ..' f : 1
The affair will begin at 9 p. m., Christmas Night was a gala occasion -[ : 1' 1I
and continue to 1 a. m. There will for all those attending. J I!I / f 1
r t be music, dancing and refresh- including as it did dancing from j ,( I; C /
I menu. I 9 p. m. to 2 a. m. and free refreshments I
Both Christ..!, parties held by all evening. i'I''I
' the Fleet Reserve Association last I The party committee expresses I'II
week were very much enjoyed itself as very grateful to Mr I'!'I 1
by all attending. I Garcia and all the navy and :,'II +
: The Children's Christmas party I I marine organizations which donated : /

. of Wednesday December 22nd I j some refreshments for both !!I .
r was a huge success. Santa Claus Christmas parties.
t was produced out of chimney The New Year's Dance tomorrow -, I
by a magician as the conclusionof I night is expected to be a
I his entertaining performance. very gay and enjoyable one II I I Ii

r .__.__ I I $ Our New Year's wish & that a \1.

t You iffttf Member Of Skating Club, 11 11i II II I I the approaching> tweK-eracnth

i Santlra Jeanne I'fig/f, Wins ContestLittle !1 I s "" will be a sa;d of conten ftent, i/ t1 ;111 The belli are .

Sandra Jeanne Pugh. The prize was a beautiful pair of I i health / .5 ing out our mAssage
t shoe roller skates. I joy, and good foiiunr of good cheer,
daughter of Chief and Mrs. L. A I
Sandra Jeanne is the youngestmemebr s
0tA i
Pugh, M-1 Pomciana Place, won of the dub, being "Ight'' / pood fortune awl

the popularity contest as sponsored years of age the other members 'I' / huppiness for you

by the Roller Skating Club ranging from twelve years old ) I i= .-.- .. all in919! ..-
upward.She ;
Christmas Day attends the Convent of i
She polled I the staggering: Mary Immaculate, and her father 1 t t1L/

figure of 73.BOO votes as opposedto Chief Pugh, U. S. N. is attached I /

the second winner, Katie to the AUW here.School at the see-I I I e As we pause on the threshold of 19 49, we
Smith. who had 53,300 votes. tion Base I .
-- -- Wish .
I 1 once again to extent ur appreciation

II'. .11. U. Of First Baptist Church ''I j For the many favors accorded a" in the past /

t To Hold Annex: 'Open House9 Tonichl I I i I

J The Woman's Missionary SOCK At eleven clock Watch- Night 5)) / ,
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ty of First Baptist Church will services will be held, the pastor, : :::::::

t. have "Open House" tonight from Rev. George M. Ray, bringing a u / = /
nine to eleven o'clock in the
church New Year's Message.
t Members and friends of the At midnight, the young peopleof 1''
church are invited to attend by the church will go on a hay- MAR-ED DRESS SHOPS / /
the society. Refreshments of hot and their return to / Pepsi-Cola Company Long Island City. N. Y. '
chocolate, coffee cookies and ride upon t, Bottled by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Key West Phone 581 '
the church there will be more refreshments -
Mndwithes will be served by the
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ladies of the W.M.U. served to them. T -

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I What's your favorite illustrated ,other areas'it is believed that j jt t := Didn't I leH you the

TO GENERAL LINE SCHOOL paper, Izzy? I 1 1t secret negotiations- being 1 1I last time you were here that I

Izzy-The $10 bill is my choice. t made to reach a'settlement. didn't .want to see you here

It's big enough to buy some-, .t I I However.- all Chiang would again prisoner Yes, Your Honor.

t Lcates Auti-Subinarhie11 I thing worth while and it isn't so, i say forp publication: ,was to praise that's what I told these policemen -

; e' : e big that nobody will change it I the 38 years that" the republic of, but they wouldn't believe it.
h I Id
.1 (:\elo) 'Iucnt 8 I
Z a News Notes the hope that its continuation Washington. D. C. has one taxicab -
i Utic Here will curbed or stopped as tor every 109( residents.
Died This ''. I t
Morning w .5 > xlprK !
Rododendrons and azaleas are a result of what action he or the
At Boca Cliica Field)
not found in the New World communists may take: I t

Lieutenant Y. T. U S. Buran Bryant Bethel 54., died south of the United States. lIe said further ,that he is i Ce the FASTEST Way
Toulon ,lt t la't
wiilV-? lhisrt.Jrning.'aftera: short* illnessin studying: the people's wishes and 47 ........f*
Navy, 1411 Albury street, l
About 26 species of rhododen- that he will do-as the people wish !f
: hi1 i-lcncr. 73p Ixvc lane. ,
detached early next week from 1 t drons are found in the United him to do. That statement was MIAMIDAILY I
Funeral services will be held States and Canada. that he intends to
Anti Submarine Development taken as a hint -
Squadron ONE (VX-1) at Boca Sunday afternoon at 4:30: o'clockin resign as head of the govern I I SERVICERAUL'S

Chira Field.Lieutenant. the chapel of the Lopez Funeral I The famous Green Mosque at ment.

and Mrs. Toulon Home. Rev. Robert Weaver of Brussa, Turkey, got its name 4< I General belief among foreigners -

are well known in local naval Ley Memorial Church, will offi from the thousands of green clay here is that he has put out
and civilian circles. tiles used to decorate its outerwall peace feelers to try to learn the i I
the fam-
ciate. Burial will be in t ,
After spending leave at the I best terms the communists will
home of Mrs. Toulon's parents ily plot in City Cemetery. I offer the Nationalist government -

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rodgers Jr.,i I Survivors: Mother Mrs. Lillian t FLOAT LEAVES HERE I I J-

608 Talbart street, Martinez. California : BetheL New Jersey; sisters" Mrs. .,.4 t.. (Continued From Page One) i I I rty at. CIFiNCC II

the Toulons will) proceed i:' Louise Hcnningcr Cleveland ---- lr..,....--- ::-qA'J -- .-- special I train leaving;: Miami for I (/!') Wirephoto I' TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture I !
to Monterey Calif., where Lieut.
Mrs. Angeline Johnson North ( Wirephoto from U S. Coast Guard Tallahassee Monday. I Moving .. General u1ing i
Toulon will) report in MRS. ALBERT RIES (above)
County Tax Assessor!' Claude A.
ary to the Naval School (General :" Wolksborough, N. C.. and Mrs. Every Load Fully Insured I
Maria Arias, Key West. U. S. COAST GUARDSMEN from the Cutter Cherokee board Gondolfo. State RepresentativeBernie of) Durand. Mich.,-is held on a j
of instruc
Line) for 10 months : ISLAND CITY TRANSFERPhone
Papy Attorney WilliamV. charge that she beat her three I
'lh drifting 'item half of the Argentine Tanker Capitan and
tion. 4
I Albury, and Harry Harris 165 524 Southard Si.
Attached to VX-1 since May Cake It in tow off, Cap Hatteras. North Carolina. The vessel : week-old daughter to death F.r I f.rr.atwCahl
F. will RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R 1084 ye.rravel ) I
Leon county commissioner-elect
N aee
Cheslev in' in'a Coast Guardsmen with her fists. Prosecutor GNI I
1946 Lieut. Toulon served as 24'1' broke two storm. rescued 16 crew. leave other I
by means for Talla-
ject Supervisor and Project ijnen from the bow half. and two*from the stern. hassee in time to arrive there before aid McClear said the Z3rearold ....- --

He was graduated from ; Dies Of Injury f -. -- -- -- -- -- 10 a. m. Tuesday the hour I mother admitted the beal ; :!
donfield New Jersey High I the inaugural parade is scheduled I I ing and told him "I hated little :

School in 1937 and from Ursinus I 1 Tit>.Ip. IT omens I to get under way. girls." She has a small son. 1 CLUB
Leon P. Chcsley formerly of LJ1i'i1ttFiTU'1: UPHere's I
College Collegeville Pa. in 1941. County Solicitor Cleare received .
He entered the Navy in October Key West died on December 18 !I how winter wheat his I I 'the
Resolved: appointment today from Larval fishes drifting on I
1941 and received his wings anda 'in Hop Bottom Pa., according to plantings have QivwHhMyHH ,. the Fuller Warren committee as edge of the Gulf Stream have I!j ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
'I J.
commission as Ensign at Jacksonville a letter received today by Not To Break j! the Monroe County Representative been carried-north" every year for<
Fla. in October, 1942. During the war he served 15 Key West Lodge No. 163 i years. J
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9Ern Top
months of overseas duty flying i; Knights of Pythias.Mr.
Wildcat fighters for Composite'i' Russell) says that Mr. Ches-. lt
Flopr Shows 11:30 1:30 A. M.
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP 47,48q,000 FLY : :
Squadron 6 and Corsair fighters j i ley who was a member of the ACRES : .

for Fighter-Bomber Squadrons:: local Pythian Lodge for almost Newsfcaru'res Writer 19 1-46 AVERAGE *SIMPSON-FINDER TRIO. Dance Stylists *LOUIS

152 and 14. ,+| half a century had intended to WHEREAS the new year apprbacheth. i to ANASTARIO. Baritone *BETTY SIMPSON. Swan

lie has been awarded the Air return to Key West in January.He therefore. be itt HAVANAThree Ballet. *ROLAND KEATON. Ballet Satire and
Medal, American Defense Service died of injuries he sustainedin 1
Medal American Area Campaign a fall last month. fnil y_

Medal, European-African-Middle' Mr. Chesley leaves his widow, RESOLVED that I will not go Flights DailyTO Music By Debonnaires
Eastern Campaign Mrs. Gertrude Chesley and a son, on' a desperate; diet just because SR,161.000
with I star and World War II.! Dr. Ray Chesley, of Hop Bottom. someone says "H-m-m, aren't" ACRE? HAVANA TO KEY WEST I DANCING: 10:00 PJ4. to 2:00 A.M.

Victory Medal. j j.Lieut you putting on c little weight"I 1947 PLANTINGS Lv. Key West Ar. Havana Lv. Havana Ar. Key West i
and Mrs. Toulon were}wumu1011uuuuIwll011du00uluI0001.1IIu8uhu110Key I RESOLVED that I cease taking 10:15 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:45 A.M. Admission. 75c Per PersonDoor
honored guests of their Squadron intuitive. flyers .at grand slams P.M.
j 1:45 P.M. 2:30 P.M. 12:30 P.M. 1:15
.Itt at a recent party given at Aero- j I West In .and psychological doubles. 4:00 P.M. 4:45 P.M. 3:00 P.M. 3:45 P.M. ; Prize Bottle Champagne

...r palms Officers' Club Naval Air; RESOLVED that I'll eat less i
Station. j !expensive lunches. 61,370.000 AEROVIAS 5. A. ----- --. ----- .- --- --_
Gone "Q" ,
t Days By RESOLVED that I'll pretendit's ACRE ,;;
=-------- == one when I hear an : 1949 PLANTINGS tau ,ou..r I 'r-
i a new ROGELIO GOMEZ. Agent
1 i
old joke repeated. : I. is

FORECAST I DECEMBER THE CITIZEN 31. lS3f OF'< to RESOLVED some detective stories I'll buckle and in-I I 11 :: ar>:rs :I. ;;;.;..;........; ...................;. ; .1..1.I. I""I i

'UunuUUUUUWrnhIIauaN4110fHuutudlglllPGuests this nonsense' about applying my- I !
Key West and Vicinity: Partly Z .1
I' , literature.
cloudy today and tonight; fair at La Casa Marina, who I I-: :
RESOLVED that 111 never try. i!
Saturday. Colder tonight, slow went fishing today returned to : f fI
tn put another washer in a leaky N.wil.urn yidyroplr ofI : :i I
with four sailfish. The I'I'fa4cet.
ly rising temperature Saturday. port an- I .
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Moderate to fresh northerly winds,glers said other sails were hooked : : ::'1:1
RESOLVED: that I'll cease ain "<. L" ,
I I : atI
toda yand tonight diminishing but succeeded in getting ttl- '
j Saturday. away. pampering the family cat the 1 i ... i I' tl,' ttI : I
real ruler of the household. : .\1.- ,
\ Florida: Fair continued cold RESOLVED that I'll have the g I

I: today and tonight. Saturday fair I Temperature in Key West is 80 love with and buy any dn < e :;;: / i ii !

and warmer. 11 I,degreewith! a low last: nightof which don't go with current < Yi.l: }
Jacksonville thru the Florida], 70.
Straits and East Gulf of Mexico:i I I I ccssorics and which IUU.-.1 u i I I \ !
City council last night issue-1 worn until threadiNirc. I i tl. + l1tll I
Fresh to moderate northwest' I
permits for the opening: of two I RESOLVED that I'll know sit II : i :t ,II f I I e II11I .
I winds today diminishing and becoming -] t! :! :.I.: f : ii In f
of th- It :
gentle to moderate variable amusement parks tonight!; one on! I Ica>t thenames U-yiv>
: .
\ Saturday. Fair weather: ',Trumbo and the other at UuvatI play-i."!! in the World Scries. 1' '94ii /

Jacksonville to (!I I I and Division streets. ,I RESOLVED that I won't ;14'1''j I
Apalachicola: ,, i .
t I like an expert on the air lift ;( 4 r ,
No small craft or storm warnings I
haVe been issued. ,:; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierre! and television Celtic history modern ii iiI. .1( '. I
l I children who arc guests of Mrs art. election results or anything .. I
!i: Charlotte Curry at her home on itiaC l.knpw about from notKhg.t I I : "
f. Key West, Fla, Dec. 31, 1943 ; .
)1 RESOLVED thatI won't be
j'| Olivia street, will return Monday t I II -.. 1
(Observation taken at Office.!
City | to their home in Homestead. I upset if I break all of the f>H* u- : I
l l
8:30 EST 'I Q
: a.m
immediately lifter Jan i
| ing on or
1' Temperatures I I I Mrs. Philip Clements. and 1, 1949.Easiest. :

Highest yesterday 75' daughter Martha are visiting tires ami "battery checked every I I. This is a good time, we I .
Lowest last night '63l' i IMrs. Clements' mother. Mrs. tiqi> ie I gpf gasoline for the car. f c--- 1 .; I fWf
UESOLVED' f won't think "-- / Lt -- : "
i Mean 69; Mary Knowles. ) + think, to pledge ourselves .; t ;'
.,. Normal ___.h_ ._.. 69 the-other person isat fault everytiruc '! L ___ I I4ar.aAi C V .. .'
'V_, Precipitation i! A shower will be given in the 1, feel .grouchy or<\\h to better serving you) : :, i New Year
Armory from 4 to 6 o'clock Mon- RESOLVED that I won't d'I I -- I.i y. _
9otal last 24 hours .06 ins. ;
I Total this month 3.05 ins.I Iins.j day afternoon in honor of Miss clothes a size skimpy ........ """ r We appreciate past t favors :I
idea 111 slim down into : had
Excess this month 1.38 i, ; you ever
RESOLVED that Til and hope to merit your
Total this year 49.17 ins.Aqui-, buy a new I
alarm clock.RESOLVED I
Excess this year 11.02 insRefativ..Humidity. I continued good WilL Greetingsfrom
t I Mrs. Leonard B. Grillon of that I'll buy a new I way to f 1
I I Southard street left yesterdayfor umbrella and rubbers-or at I II I Ir
". 8:30 ajn. Philadelphia to visit her least hunt for tote gross or more I N,
69% !(l daughter. Mrs. George E. Somers. I've lost or mislaid.RESOLVED I 1 loveliest rooms! .f r ( )

Barometer j! that I'll treat poi- I
1 (S.. Level). 8:30 a-m. +\I Miss Helen Grace Warner and son ivy with respect even if 11 -
30.10 ins.-1019.3 mbs. ', father, S. C. Warner of Coral think I'm immune, and will learn 1 Charles Aronovitz i

Tomorrow's Almanac !!| Gables are ;guests: of Mrs. Glo- to identify poison sumac. : i LEWINSKY'S MENS SHOP

a Sunrise 7:11: a.m.i j:i riana Bayly at her residence RESOLVE that I won't throw >ti .L
Sunset .V.-VV. 5:50: p.m. 1414 White street. cigarette butts and old wrapping : Key West's Largest Department Store : ill "!

: Moonrise 9:10 a.m. paper in the fire place.
Moonset &:01 p.m.I,I Today The Citizen says in an RESOLVED that 111 do my i 526 DUVAL STREET

I 1 editorial paragrph: income tax returns way aheadof :

I "Good-bye 1933 hello 1939!" time. = : -. .
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TIDES RESOLVED that I won't fall H 1iItI eeeee.e.eeeeS.eeeeeeeeeeee..e..a............... -!: -==- = : = = =--= :r,
(Naval Base) I I I. _
Tomorrow 4I
(Eastern Standard Time) I Continued From Page One) I! UNPOPULARDont I ,.r'}; .

High Low j 1948 has been a record-breaking I
11:50 a.m. 5:18: a.m. j year in the field of business generally J SIN !
11:07: p.m. 4:15: p.m. e next year is likely to be I Easy... speed .lovely CASA CAYO ,
j still better. thrifty kern-Tone I II HUESO
is unbeatable! One coat
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA The statement said that the Y' Don't tot .y.o I I
1 7hpea Th. corers wallpaper
Reference Station: Key West) up in buying:;:, beginning in Jo"
ber, as a result of a buyer's strike!I It oaf. "lUconrtrtKrionMethod" I paint plaster. 1
Time of] Height of
: .
can correctcrow One drying.No"painty"odor I : TELEPHONE 9276 rlI
StationTide water!of limited scope will ease of* ... I
[high I! / Sane cam to: l than I !
i during the early months of the 1 I
Bahia Honda W jrl 0'.e 9,000 alg.i ,,
toccouM. --
(bridgeOh: ) hUm 0.0 ft I year as a result of lower prices. j jI II I Thompson Enterprises Inc. i ) Nadou's French New Year's Dinner I

No Name Key I Buying however the economists 1I I II I II ". {'I'If"_..AIL.a ..I"",.... Hardware Division -
I stated, will be conducted carefully I ... ._ A ,.. SATURDAY. JANUARY 1. 1949
(cast end) +2h 2Jm I. with practically everybody I w' sir'I'IM-Pnllt' aaaa: Wnl.i Phone 886mmJM.n i I Ij
I insisting favorable j CHICKEN CONSOMME (Home-Made j
(Sandy .int-Oh 40m on more prices ass G..ini.IIL.J.doo..a.. .florid : % .. )
Caldrs Channel : than have prevailed this year. i iI i <. It j /1 ;' S .;- -

I I! The downward trend in [ 5' j : '. EGGS FOURRES SURPRISE
(north end) 42hUm) of 1.4 n'l : i
l I: ness in keeping wjth.'the '
bOo USi-1

I NOTE: i i i i'so cycle far, as will can not be Occur foreseen next by THREE: HbTELS IN j\JIAMI\' \ at POPULAR PRICE:: % LA CROQUETTE DE NADOU I ,\

(--Minus sipr& Corrections i(I surveys. The year will be safe! (\ t ,.
cted.t Located in the Heart of the fI f
!I[ from depression though .supply I II I
l (- )-I'lu-i sign: Cuncctions to .
will well WRITE or WIRE -- f
i I| pretty meet demand I RATES'ROOlIS\
be added. : even in the case of automobiles.1 I 1 for RESERVATIONS I VEGETABLE' JARDINIERE POTATOES DOREES I f
!! In the last three months of this with BATH and TELEPHONE \' HEARTS OF LETTUCE AND PEAS COCOTTE
ConsiderateJudge j :year, it was pointed out second I I' SALADE AUX ECHALOTTES f'
1 hand cars showed a decided''I Ford Miller I

If you were in the'! downtrend in prices with the 1 Pershing l i __ HOMEMADE PASTRY I

house innocently why had you j likelihood of a carry-over to 1949; Hold) Hold) .i I'
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