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Key West Citizen
Published dilly Except Sunday, by
ur ' A^^jssaaSP^ m
From B T6e
Corner Green Ann Street*
Only Daily Newspaper lnDKey Wert
and Mparoe yCourfty
Entered at Kb; West,
ae second ekass matter
IvJl r®PWJc^
tlon of all newS oredned
to it or. not otherwt*n credited in
this paper and also theV°<t*l neWB
published here. \
SIBSCIUPTIOX RAT-ES
One Year Xf son
Si* Months A
Three Months \ rJL„
One Month . ■■■*■ V”!?
Weekly \t_
RATES \
Made known on application
iWii, IWCIAIi NOTICE
All reading notices, cards or
thanks, resolutions of respect, ohlt-v,
uurv notices, poems* etc., will oo
charged for at the rate of 10 cents
* Notices for entertainment $>T
churches from which a revenuwu*
to be deriVed are 5 cents a line.
The Citizen is an open foram *®*>
invites discission of public issues
and subjects of local or general
Interest, but It will not publish
anonymous communications.
. ii ■■ 1 '1
IMPROVEMENTS FOR
KEY WEST ADVOCATED
BY THE CITIZEN
1. More Hotels and Apart*
ments.
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion.
3. Airports—Land and Sea.
4. Consolidation of County and
Governments.
5. Community Auditorium.
. ii .... ■ ■ ■ i
MONOGRAPHS
To All Key Westers:
Go to Church tomor
row, any church; they all
serve a good purpose, and
it will enrich you spirit
ually.
Sincerely,
THE ORACLE.
COMMON GROUND
.—
Suspicion toward every
other nation is Russia’s
worst fault. Its leaders not
only suspect other nations
|>ut also the folks at home.
Stalin and his ’advisory coun
cil ha*e ben referred to as
“scared men of the Krem
lin.” They v '&eldom are seen
in public, and when they
afe they are flanked by
guards.
But, as several Associated
Press stories in The Citizen
have indicated, Russian
leaders apparently are be
ginning to realize that the
United States and Great Bri
tain do not want any terri
tory that belongs to Russia
and do not wish to thwart
and of her legitimate under
takings.
Commissar Molotov’s sid
ing with what is called the
Anglo-Saxon bloc regarding
the Danube, Trieste and the
investigation of armament
plants in Russia and else
where in the event the dis
armament proposal is adopt
ed is said to have resulted
as the most outstanding fac
tor in the promotion of the
peace of the world.
What the outcome will be
nobody can forsee with cer
tainty, but of one thing we
may be sure: Russia’s com
promising spirit, first mani
fested last Tuesday, has bol
stered the hope for peace
among the delegates at the
conferences of the United
•Nations.
As man’s mind develops,
disputatious conditions
that may arise are
lik&ly to be settled by reason
than by the sword. What is
true of nations is true of in
ditridjfals. Men of low men-
engaged in an argu
mentT a# m#re likely to re
sor£ to fight to try to set
tle "their differenced than
are njen able to reason.
M psychology is dif
om the psychology
of the western nations, yet
a common ground of right
dud fairness on which they
can meet is possible of estab
lishment. Molotov’s conces
sions indicate that that
ground has been found in
several important matters
that were § threatening the
peace of the world.
All of education does not
came out of books.
CLASSIFIED ADS
I Information lor tho Advortitars
RATES F 3 H REGULAR and
BLACSCFACE TYPE
i*T(*tlaa s ate made* this head
will he tmeeiy ed iu The Cltlsem at
the sate of 3c | a weed for cash laser
tleii* bat the atiatesaaa charge for
the first IS I words or lees te Me
HELB WANTED
L—. -
TO \ GIRLS
n
WHO “BELONG”
If you'd like work with other
ambitious girls 'in a position of
responsibility t hat's vitafr to the
.business ands orial life of your
community . . .f and pays accord
ingly:
’£
i • \ THICRE’S '•
\ ' OPPORTUNITY /
' ' :zz !-,
*' tV Aj, The /'
Telephone Company
i . .
The greatest telephone expansion
in history requires additional alert
girls at the switchboards and pro
vides unusual, opportunities for
advancement. ;
Pay raises* scheduled at
regular intervals* Also va
cation with: pay. The work
is. fascinating, and you'll
find the Telephone Com
pany a mighty good place
to work. 4 j j
Apply
Mrs. McDermott, Chief Operator
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AiJD TELEGRAPH COMPANY
y
T dec2-tf
White or colored woman, general
houße*work. For business cou
ple. iSleep in. Inquire 419 Vt
Duval \St., Navy Store, or 3021
Harris 'Ave. dec7-6tx
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
Women interviewers this area—
magazine readership survey 2
consecutive forty-hour weeks
every month, $32 each week.
Write Reader Analysis Bureau,
Room 1110. 250 Park Avenue,
New York 17, New York.
dec7-lt |
' I
AGENTS WANTED
Agents wanted for Golden Em
bossing outfits. Sell like hot
cakes. Send for particulars.
Royal. Box 92-F, Station B,
New York 2, N. Y. dec7-ltx
SALESMEN WANTED
Salesman wanted to take charge
of territory by old, reliable con
cern selling lubricants, paints
and roof coating. Field train
ing. Drawing account to pro
ducers. Write Sales Manager, i
Box 1341, Dallas, Tex.
dec7-ltx ;
SITUATION WANTED
lst-class chef and all-around hotel,
restaurant and club manager,!
with 30 years’ sea and shore i
background. Sober. Best Flor- i
ida references. Address: Chef, I
No. 1 Fletcher’s Lane, Key j
West. dec6-2tx !
MISCELLANEOUS
Electrical motors repaired, called i
for and delivered. Call Britt
at 585 or 1184. Romero’s Elec
trical Service, 2612 Harris Ave.
dec2-tf 1
Campbell’s, 928 Division, phone
189. Keys made, locks repair
ed ,etc. dec2-lmo
Listings wanted on Key proper
ties. Geo. *J. Rawlings. Reg. 1
Broker, Islamorada, Fla.
novls-39t
Merrill E. (Tuffy) Roberts will be
glad to give estimates on your
plumbing job and advise you
on your plumbing problems.
Phone 642-M or call at No. 1
Havana Street. nov2s-12tx
For guaranteed plumbing work i
and repairs, call John Curry,!
512 Margaret street, phone 781.
Give us a try on your next job.
Free estimates. nov2B-lmox
Free housing registration. Jack
son Square U.S.O. List your
vacant apartments and houses.
Telephone 1083. dec6-stx
FOR RENT OR SALE
Gibbs’ sea skiffs for rent and im
mediate delivery of Gibbs’ sea
skiffs and Steelcraft Cruisers at
Sea Stables, Bonefish Key, 53
miles north of Key West. Au
thorized dealers fox* Monroe
County.
nov3o;dec7-14-21-4tx i
PAYMENT
famwt fa* tlaaHiiiid eOeerttse
aiaata la larartahly la Bd*da*a> MM
aiaata ckvftd.
PUBLICATION DEADLINE
FOB MU
a. ■■■ .I— ■ l<M . .I. ■■■ ■ ■■■!—■ mrn
Mans bjcycle, good balloon tire,
good paint, $16.50. 1900 Staples
Ave. dec2-6tx
Barber Shop Equipment, com
plete, with four barber chairs;
also a two hQle ice ceeqm
Freezer and Ice Box. Ramo
nin’s Restaurant, 615 Duval
St. dee6-2tx
Lady’s bicycle, good balloon
tires, good paint. $16.50. 1900
Staples Ave. dec2*6tx
Books for every age. Books for
every hobby. Paul Smith,
Bookseller, corner Simonton
and Eaton Sts. dec2-25t
•'4l 1 1-2 ton Stake Ford Truck
SBOO. Cash. Will consider trade
on 30'-34’ Boat. After 3 p. m.
1 1609 Flagler Ave. dee.6-3tx
House and lot, 70 x 100, com
pletely furnished. Cash or
terms. 1414 Leon Street.
dec3-stx
Upright Piano. Good Condition.
Reasonable. Apply 36, Rest J
Beach. „ dec7-3tx
2 and 3 bedroom homes. Electric
hot water heater and complete;
bathroom. To be completely re
conditioned. Only a few left..
NO DOWN PAYMENTS FOR
VETERANS. You pay actual
closing costs only. Open for
inspection now. Mac Arthur
Homes Subdivision Office, 2801
Flagler Ave. dec-5-3tx
Special Offer: Reasonable rates
will be given to families desir
ing pictures made in the home
with their Christmas trees. Call
Evans. 439, for appointment.
deco-tf
Good quality brooms and mops.
Lowe and Son, 846 Olivia St.
decs-3t
Three-quart aluminum sauce
pans. 98 cents each. Lowe and
Son, 846 Olivia Street.
decs-3t
House. 706 Caroline St. Call aft
er 4:30 p.m. decs-3tx
Lady’s and man’s bicycles. Good
balloon tires, good paint. $24.50.
1900 Staples Ave. dec6-2tx
1 boy’s bicycle, 24-inch frame,
good condition. $15.00. 1 stu
dent’s desk, like new. $12.00,’
609 Ashe St. Phone 673-M.
dec6-2tx
■<
’37 Pontiac, 8 cylinders, business
coupe. Can be seen at 44-A,
N.A.S. dec6-stx
Complete line of gifts, including :
Nylon Hose. Call 579 fqr a vis- ■
it from your local Real Silk
Hosiery representative.
decs-7-9x
GIFTS GIFTS GIFTS
Wedding, shower, birthday, an
niversary. or just one of appre
ciation. You can find just what
you want at Shirl’s Linen Shop,
512 Fleming. Phone 118.
dec6-tf
Man’s heavy duty Iver-Johpson
bicycle Boy’s 24-inch bicycle.
Both good condition, new tires.
$25.00 each. 919 Southard St.
dec6-3tx
7 Two-Wheel Trailer, excellent
tires, Stutz Hotel, 410 Fleming
Street, phone 9385. dec7-3tx
Over stuffed Davenport and
matching chair in blue mohair.
Bleached mahogany and Birds
eye mavle bedroom sets. Both
include springs and mattresses.
Good as new. Phone 776XJ or
call at 1117 Watson Street
dec.7-2tx
Furnished house, $7,500, half
cash, balance $30.00 monthly.
2805 Flagler Avenue. dec7-2tx
2 lots 100 x 120, half block from
Poinciana store on Ave. D.
Land cleared. Lights and wa
ter available. $1500.00. Apply
1509 South St. dec7-ltx
Cocoanut plants, 10" high. Apply
1509 South St. dec7-ltx
1941 Super De Luxe Ford, Club
Coupe. Apply 822 Fleming St.
dec?-ltx
Nylons: Full-fashioned new.
shade: 3 pair $5, Air Mail,
guaranteed. Town & Country,
Port Washington. N. Y.
dec7-lix
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
FOR RALE
Radiance roses. Freeman’s. Ph.
672-W. dec3-tues-sat-9tx
POULTRY
■ i
Baby Chicks, N. H. Reds, B. Rocks,
W. Rocks, W. Giants, Wyan
dottes and Orpingtons, your
choice, $5.95 per 100. Heavy
Assorted. $4.95 per 100. Spe
cial Mixed. $3.95 per 100. Pul
lets, sl2 per 100. Live delivery
f guaranteed- National Hatcher
ies Outlet, 1723 S. Bth St..
Phila. 48, Pa. dec7-ltx
ROSES
Rose Bushes—World’s best. Hints
on care and culture. Free illus
trated catalog. McClung Bros.
Rose Nursery, Tyler. Texas.
dec7-ltx
FOR RENT
Light housekeeping rooms. Cou
ple only. All utilities furnish
ed. Apply Paul’s Tire Shop. ]
dec3-6tx ’
- )
For Rent—Tourists: Large, airy
1 room, $2.00 per day or
SIO.OO per week. 417 Elizabeth
Street, upstairs. decs-3t
Efficiency apartment, all conven-|
• iences. Couple only. No pets,'
no children. Apply 124 Duval I
St. or Phone 9175. decs-3tx |
Attractive, comfortable single I
room. Private home, all conve- j
niences. Gentlemen only: Call!
1029-J. dec6-2tx 1
1
Newly Constructed 3 Room I
Apartment. 1329 Duncan St., or
Call 817-R. dec7-3tx
j Two furnished bedrooms. Also 2
i rooms equipped for light house
keeping. 1301 Division St.
dec7-3tx
I
WANTED TO BUY
Wanted To Buy Carpenter's^
Tools. 45-2 Poinciana Place.
decs-3tx
Treadle sewing machine. 115-D
Poinciana. decs-stx
■Wanted To Buy—Approximately
3 acres of land, on Keys. No
fabulous or inflationary prices.
611 Division Street. deca-3tx
Wanted To Purchase—l2-ft. skiff
and outboard motor. Phone
831-W. dec6-2tx
If your business, large or small,
wholesale or retail, or any prop
erty* lazaici or hotel, is for sale,
write to Box 659. General P. 0.,
Nevf York 1, N. Y. dec6-6tx
.r* - * ■
Sea shells, large and small. State
best quantity price. J. E. Town
send, 137 S.W. 30th Ave.. Mi- 1
ami 35, Fla. dec-6-3tx
ahead of the holidays!
c r , ca .. Gqcmq ■
o<nuAeM,JJamed L I I I
and JERSEY (j 11 I
December’s tr.iditiou.il in in m
creamy —so smooth—you can cell it % Valuv In
taste'. Enjoy Sealtest tggnog kc( a rm J/tlm mouth’
Tune in the Scaltest Village Store, sij: r Jack Halt T> > \ **. *tj
Key West In
Days Gone By
AS TJUCEN FROM FILES
OF THE CITIZEN OF
DEC. 7. 1936
Airmen for the sportsmen fly
ers races between Key West and
Havana and the latter city to
Miami are beginning to arrive in
Key West. The races will be held
on Sunday.
Christmas seals are selling well
in Key West. The local commit
tee informed The Citizen today.
Miss Alma J. Hutchinson, 60,
died at 6:15 o’clock last evening
in the. home of her sister, Mrs. W.
C. Duncan, 1231 South Street.
The body has been sent to Eus
tis, Florida, for internment.
A Cuban delegation is due to
] arrive in Key West tomorrow
j for the purpose of seeing the
site where the pedestal and bust
of the Cuban martyr, Jose Mar
ti, will be erected.
The Key West delegation,
I headed by Mayor Harry Galey
' that went to Miami in the inte-
J rests of WPA work here, return
jed yesterday afternoon.
I
} William H. Pierce and H. A.
! Pierce, brothers, retired keepers
jof lighthouses in this district,
I left yesterday for a short stay
J in Miami.
"Ws. John Wardlow left this
morning for Miami to visit her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wardlow.
Today The Citizen sgvs in an
| editorial paragraph:
| “There are always ways to beat j
! the law but 'just as truthfully
I there are ways for the law to'
| beat you.”
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REFRIGERATION SERVICE f
Guaranteed refrigeration service,!
engineering. Prompt service
on all domestic and commercial
refrigeration equipment. C. B.
Pdrris. Phone 11.
dec6-7-9-11-13x {
EDUCATION
Encyclopaedia Britannica and!
Bx*itannica Jr. Represented by;
Mr. Miles J. Winters. For in
formation or appointment, write
P.O. Box 390, Key West, Fla.
dec2-6tx
WANTED TO, RENT
—- ;
Will rent furnished apartment or
cottage suitable for 3 adults.
No children or pets. Write
M.J.D., care Citizen. dec6-3tx
TERMINAL LEAVE BONDS
WASHINGTON.—After weeks
of delays, the Army has begun to
mail out millions of terminal
leave bonds to former soldiers
and, by Christmas. War Depart
ment officials expect that most of
i the current backlog of some 4.-
i 000,000 claims will have been
paid. Some veterans face an in
definite delay in collecting their
share of an estimated $2,700,000
voted by Congress, however, be
cause they have failed to report
changes in address.
LEGAL*
NOTICE I NDKK FH'TITIor*
USE STVTt TE
.NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business ,under the fictitious
name of "Parola Sandwich Ci ■ ’
746 Windsor l.ane. Key West. Flor
ida. intends to register said ficti
tious name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Monroe County
Florida. •
Dated November 29th. IS4l*.
A. V. ARM A V< >R,
Role owner,
nov 30: dec 7-1 4-31, 194 ft
IN THE (IHCIIT CO* KT OF THE
ELEVENTH JIDICIU. Cim'llT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
V\l> FOR RON ROE COl \ TV. IN
CHANCER V.
Case No. 10-Wl4
JAMES STEDMAN PANTALEO.
Plaintiff.
vs DIVORCE
CrCSSIK J. PANTALEO,
Defendant.
OKIiEK OF PI ItI.ICATION
TO: ilussie J. Pantaleo.
.791 Central Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby required to ap
pear to the Bill of Complaint f <r
divorce filed against you in the
above styled cause on the 16fh
day of December, A.17. 11>4*, other
wise the allegations of said Bill
.will be taken as confessed.
Dated this I.7th day of Novem
ber. A.D. 1946.
(Circuit Court Seal) .
R< >SS C SA IVY ER,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.]
By: Kathleen Nonage, IX C. I
Julius F. Stone, Jr..
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
nov 16-23-30: dec 7, 19)6
IN THE Cl lid IT COl RT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl Dil'IAL t IRCLIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR HONBOE COI NTI. IN j
CHANCERY.
Case No. 10-M8
VIRGIN IA I.ON’t 3 ADC 6K,
Plaintiff,
VS. iqVORCB
LAWRENCE WARD ADCOCK,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PI HI.ICATION
TO: Lawrence Ward Adcock,
.762 Hast Main Street,
Logan. < >hio.
You are hereby required to ap
pear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce in the above styled cause |
on or before rlie isth day of l*e- j
eember. A.D. 1946: otherwise the
allegations therein will be taken
as confessed.
This Order is to be published;
once a week for four consecutive ;
weeks in the Key West Citizen, a j
newspaper published in Key West,
Florida.
Done and ordered this 16th day!
of November. A.D. 1946.
(Circuit.l ourt Seal > ........
ROSS C SAWYER.,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, |
Monroe County. Florida.
By; Kathleen Not tag*,
i’eput> Clerk
J. Y. Porter IV,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
nov 16-23r30: dec 7,194 ft
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I You are hereby r*-qtir<d *•*
! pear to the Bill *.i omFla.nt _ <
Divorce, ll* the above t*l- 4 '•**••*
lon or b#fore the -nd ws <( *
1 uary. A.D. C'7. ...Herwm* I** ••
i legations ther*lll Will he *• o *
i confess#*! . ... . .
This order to W‘ I.oblish' # • a
week f*W four
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published in Key It
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MELVIN RITCMKT
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1 ing <'laltn or i*. mand* I*4 1 ■
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decT -i 4-21 -2*.Dt I*
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the scientific glare protect ton. *o>‘*
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transmit rays useful for *weg Wo
have a choice of attractive mm flm**
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