The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00244
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00244
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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I I Charter Boat .rpNr r 0.B For Swim is

! i At midnight last night, it was!
c&A reported to the local Coast Guard HAD / UIl'JlIPI'LJNTfUUIJlAI' IN 8
of f ic< that the charter boats I e
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th.it \\ 1'. ('UP to return to port belo toad I KEY WEST; THOUSANDS LINK
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; + be,." h, and 1 from. Aboard the INJ i ROUTE 1II'I'L1IUWILDLY MAN \
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I r rr Mi. ,Solana 16(: footer anH Co.ist five Guard pissenzervh 33j07U ::1a WHO SURPRISED NATION

j :t port a< daybreak. with Patio:

Franklin Stallingin comminJIl President Truman passed a quiet. restful day at the ? t
t ra 'rkd' found t the Storm King;: three :
Key West Naval
i mIl:l ., west of Key West and Station. ; ,

ii iI i tow"i her to port. There were no visitors and none was expected. The ; !

Captain Solano reported that President came here for rest and he's
I his! motor t became disabled! et *r'+SSE a getting Just that. : 0
: Smith Shoals in the Northwest N A?E i/j// l Of course he will b? joined here tomorrow or Wednesday :

i Chanm'l.I 12 nubs from Key West. by Vice-President-elect Alben Barkley. was :

I ,nH that. dunn a part of the .I announced today by Eben Ayers. who is acting
II night he took advantage of wind as press :
I and tick \ prepresentative for President Truman.
and drifted nm of the \I :
II \12 miles toward the city. ; HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.. The President got up rather later than usual this : 0

I ---- --- I D REPUBLJCAN 172JajP morning. It was,: nearing 8 a.m. when he put in his appearance .!

Late I a' Z. after a good night's sleep. Ordinarily Mr. Truman W
Wuopholo Bulletins DEMOCRATIC 262
is an early riser. He gets up usually about 6 a. m. :

PPESIDENT: .ELECT ALBEN BABKLEY arrives at the rii.'ra..t..rial.. PrrMt ; fM 'a [0 J ALP& I Shortly after he arose. Mr. Truman had breakfast :

NtKtol Airport in Washington and grimaces in Bronx cheer II I I with the members of his official party. Ayers reported
f.*h>en after reference to the 80th Congress. He was asked by 1.11 Wirepnoto Map :
MEYERS MUST SERVE that the president had toast and milk.
I, reporters if he'd be in Washington for the convening of the new eggs No coffee. : ,
list Congress January 3.011.. yes" he replied "In fact. Ill WASHINGTON-Bennet Mey- : THIS MAP SHOWS the political make-up of the 81st Congress which convenes January 3. Democrats just Florida:: orange juice_before his breakfast. : I

be here on December 31 That's when the 80th Congress dies. era: deposed major general of (shading) will have 262 seats in the House of Representatives against 167 for the Bcpublican. just before 10 a. m. the''t .

Then he made the noise with his tongue known as the "Bronx the U. S. Arm who wi convicted :;: (white areas) and one for Aemriean.Labor party The numbers showing in .respective areas President and members of : SI
cheer:' of causing one of his em- indicate scats held by the party. In the Senate (insert) the Democrats (black areas) will have j I Navy personnel of the Naval -
ployes in his airplane business! to! I his party walked from the j
54 seats end the Republicans (white areas) 42. |I Station paid any attention :
-- commit perjury. lost his ce today : Little White House to Truman '
to the President. Occasionally
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InromcT.'ix( I (One) Key[ Wester court of appeals. Meyers had 111111"11.I Beach. a quiet spot'|: an officer or an eni .

been sentenced to serve from 181! Subsistence : Vocational (fronting: on the Atlantic i![ listed man sprang to atteni .

[Fur text Year. i Included( ( in The months court to upheld two years all in counts prison.on I I J Uii-Aincricftn side of Fort Taylor. 1,i i tion.i .

Roll Vets Must Rehabilitation
I I which he had been convicted. I I The President wore alight i When ne reached the Marina C

DlM'll) M'llWASHINGTON. 71 Florida Dead (:loininillee I tan suit a white hel- !'Railway 1 the President swung

: I CHALLENGE DEWEYWASHINGTON4A '! Act t In Time 11( (Indicted Counselor Due l net and carried a cane over to it and crossed to the otllI .

tor ..+.aua N'..' .......1.1 '.1'..J.p f..,. group ofj i which he jauntily I jer side. He walked between two ; t
NOT 8.--'( ..n:1v -' ?.ATLAN.Dl JEUAL..p>;r T. GOP leaders wye-r p.it A oday .1.anyJJlJoIldrcd vctwass .io 10r.}.%M-lale4, Frrmmt .Edward L;. Miller. eo ewkr I swung Naval vessels. up on the ways un ,
I W WASHINGTON:,.- -1 I while he conversed with't-gobt9).r..kral.) >ar!<- _
ofwl rnrlr dis 1 Atlanta. Nov. 8 Remains of 71 to be preparing to challenge Governor I training: under the G-I Bill in Vocational Rehabilitation Service
: : | tidy were '
the : Florida VVoilcl War II dead who Dewey right to be leaderof South Florida will be topped I J. Parnell Thomas chairmanof two companions, one on men stopped their jobs tempor- ai
'It. in : proposed change in will be in Key West [ .
were originally interned temporary the Republican A from the VA subsistence rolls the House UnAmerian tomorrow aril, to watch curiously as tho r
Ij'i i o."',,ir,' tax bill and in party. on 'C either side of him. ,
and (official With its .
,.' military ccmpterito.,; in spokesman for the group said November 11 unless they and Investigation Committee. to- I. Wcdnc-day for the pur I group passed. '
-"'n" the mtatcd Few of the civilian .
Iialv are being; returned to the that Dewey. having twice lost in their trainers heed the Vetcrms day was indicted by a federal pose of meeting anyone in nerd j or (Continued On Page Seven) :
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.< m fi, the "liulc rrion' S. his candidacy for the presidency Administration warning:: of of this service. Mr. Miller will :j
Army tl'arufVI.t La jvrenc \-ic- was not the right man to lead weeks a;:o and have then Octob- entering into a conspiracy to 1 be at the Monroe
i 1II"n was the case 'n I the defraud the County Clinic ; ENTRY
tory. the party. cr tralni-nt:: reports into the VA' TRIUMPHAL TO
,1 i "':ugh President Tru- I I The nature of the chages from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow for!
After arrival of he Lan r 'nc{.' Miami regional office by next
t *I. iiactertzed l as a "richI i' was not revealed though it personal interviews.
Victory at the Nov York Port of Wednesday I j 4 t
." Lmbarkation fn>-n taro to tuc- MARKET These reports of the trainee s was said that ParnelL unknown Vocational RehabilitatIon is i
I w ,." ud >ii be qu.'Stinl\abll' NEW YORK-The Stock Market to himself had been ft KEY;. WEST MADE BY
weeks will e'aaw M tore t 1eAtlant.3 PI'O'C were due November-; 1 .
'" \ n..nHi. ; would tc made Distrihuton! Centci will was steady today. end show and ,iol the uoc of the \ .\s under investigation for several .' to restore disabled civilians
tax aIkmr .d little of the fitters that had weeks.Returns. to paid
jobs through medical -
be able to advi-c the next: of km business Friday msht: the ictoiUs
., ,' i .att'rs fear ta do any- characterized trading during fear: service. '
when them;: exner to ieeevethe showed no rePorts tor several: counsel and guid- PRESIDENT TRUMAN\
11 tv .M tax treasures that may ren. ans of their. lived ones days after the election.. Most hundred veterans Earl C. .Yrtamihitt >. "'.11.1'1"1111., ancc. training and job finding It ,
ltLi l' i I..u pi,_> .nl business ...hucI I One Kte;>ttr. Private Leon stccks held and decreases were vocational l rehabilitation. is operated under the direction f
'i.. Hobcrts Jr.. of the Aimv is included minor in all cases. and education. saiJSatuidivNovcmbei '. President Truman made a *n-t.r ----
Verdict t of the Stile!: Dcpaitmcnt of Educalion. umphal into Key Wes
<< entry ve-s>-
i among the ti"aJ! H:s rcxt I -; 10 IS the deadlinetoi
ed gave various>> greetings to Sir
of kin is Victoune C Uobeitsapaitrrent MARITIME STRIKE .cccivinit the leJ"I'.s, Adams ter4ay. :
Smith InjuredAt Seated the folded of Truman. They read as follows:
I 7-C Fort Village. SAN FRANCISCO-The mar aid. It not m then. the lax veterans For Mrs. Bates Operated in all 43 states with erca:n'colored on automobile top President a- "Glad You're Back Harry-; C"We're

-- --- I time strike along the Pacific will be taken oft the VA the assistance of the federal gO"-1 Trun-in smiPd! w....in" his Just Wild About Harry";
Miami Has I in its 67th day shows subsistence tolls These icpoi's( A verdict was returned favor I
; coast now n eminent it is a public service j I light tan hat to the throngs that "Welcome Home. Uncle Harry".
i 1"11'/1/ ('"''(u I"t''i signs of an agreement being arc' nit repaired from Public of Mrs Frances A. Bates a primarily for civilians With greeted: : him.Frantic and Welcome Back Mr. Truman"
I reached between the union and Law 16 trainees nor those vet- widow. by a jury in Circuit Court PhYti-l i The President showed his
I I'Yarluml Skull ; ical or mental impairments |j handclappmg and tippet 0
ship pwners. A CIO leader from erans attending Junior collect. here todav in the sum of $j4againt ;> ,I cheers marked the President'sgretting nation: of the welcome placard

I ., '.n Smith 22. run nil i .I\t 7:30 A.M.-. ESTStation T.'mp. !, Washington is on his way here 01 university and those participating : Frank X. Kull of .MI-I I amc sense as the school systems, I i. from an estimated 25: by the huge smiles that swept :

'I I N., I."" ">mith 1215'' Atlanta I to propose a conference between in the institutional farm ami. i I i iting-nurse services, health I.1(000()( persons who lined Roosevelt over his face .. .
\ I. -I.i ... ; Miffiird a frarturl :: Augusta ,, 1. the owners and union leaders. training; piosiam. Judge Aquilino Lopez. Jr.. rli-1! center welfare agencies, librar i j I Boulevard Division Street ; ndCarol.ni The Division Street Schoul. '
must be -.ubmittt-d 1 byPublic rected ics. water systems. and police and !
I .i MI..IKI Saturday nilht'' Reports the jury to return the I![I Street children were assembled in front e
Billings 22 B.29 MISSING Law 346 on the'lob trainees verdict for Mrs. Bates who I Ileccd fire departments. It is not char- i,i ..
1 I..( .Ws.>\IinvMial IIMi >--- Birmingham .i al'l: i Among the crov'<) were :;evvri of the School in Truman A_.'.
...mi in scrums condl- 4 GUAM-A B-29 that left Okm'j and students in : ihU below :; that she cave Kull the sum itv. Vocational rehabilitation 1 1I i i..1] hundreds of South Floridians They carried a large sign an ;
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17 awa Saturday for Guam was reported -|. the college;: !Icxci! each month of $;ills; for the purchase of a':I 'eivices are intended as a legal' and vi.it'>rs from all sections of wooden supports which were

II 1, oho left tar Tampa Boston Buffalo Ii overdue today. The last I (Continued On Pag Eight) monument for her late hui'wn'J' right I II I Ij i the "OUntry. It was the biggest held.. bv the pupils. The svgs said: ;
I I", fttrnnon was di5l'Ov1' Charleston | heard from the pilot of the plan I I -- and 1 that he did not dcliv-r it. j I BrieiU the following service: I I I crowd that ever assembled in this Division Street bctiuol WHeomex ;
I I when it was northwest of I! Circuit Court wi1he\ rccon II j I arc provided throughout the nation -;:CI\\'. You." .
in Flacler was
i > < mix : ach Chicago 3 ) ,
'. f not of the Dido Countv i Corpus Christ .S:; Guam. Attempts to connect with POOR OLD CRAIG veiled tomorrow mom me. i j I : II III |l i I Signs stietihcd .-rcrc is.. the rout At the Convent of Mary Imi

.' I I' .'Us.: at II pm Th d..:. !i it Denver H.. he plane by radio have been un ShUMCE; STATION .,The jury which heard the K i'l' bnalbooa.Thoniughlj physical) exam ,the PresH.ents. pi on' .,I inn f..IJo.wj j i (Continued On Page Sc nM
and e sc this morning was Armandof.utiericz. I! ..
hmpital, said Smith had successful. A search by sea *
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I Detroit :uEI I Francis at Division Phone 3134tavrrlll Charles E. Curry Paul 2-Ne -cssary medical: surgical j
"t .I i fiacturcd kull but1 j in the air is being conducted. II
< : Paso .
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*; oil ll'lrrIIrP D. psychiatric and hospital services3Necessary | '
,hlc ,I I h.t t .if no complications Ft Worth ;3 Grease. Spray or Huddleston. Pedro Aguilar (I 'I I Many !Men\ Cover Visit
i| | STOPPEDATHENSExecutions I fC George A. Albury and Alfred : prosthetic: j )
Ii i i 111! would Ic'I' 0
I I' tcouti2 man I Galveston :0 II UO Change Your Oil AcheoonBRADY'S. I ...ires. oUch as artificial I i I
: Jacksonville 55: of 10 : :
dl' hearing; auk, trtteses and the oI
II -;'I.nh uainmifl \. Kansas City :50 former guerillas, charged with I ... ..-....... like I President Truman :
.z I. i.i>->'e'"V until hi rtn. ', KEY WEST 79 I treason. have been postponed. Individual counseling .mn I ;
j i. .-. 'I' ncas. It is l,ihouivii Key West Airport 76 i The men were to have died toI I : ..:
'(" of th. ; PALACE THEATERS guidance I Tw' ... ..n,1 I -i1.1urfM.iation ,- -
I I that M-mci-nx "Los Angeles 50 I day. but the president f job in ntv m "po'po'r [pi. It- :
i Tiaming M a .
I, tuuk him thI of the United ...I."p..nrJ.nt.. i -ev"rradio
i I. \ on Louisville :36 i general assembly -for- ,. tn' I :
elioois; on the job. curiespondcnev !1
Wendell Corey and what" the President doe m K
I I' not lulievtil hia-- M'I'illian :toItleimi t Nations and several delegate ei r< D'>iid 'nt -even yi
., Joanne Page' in CHOICE POULTRY : 'N' bye tutor.rMaintenance (|newsreel .<_. 'i ii Wt.5t. :
n It\l an tutoi.io 1i1!l cabled the Greek king and pre '. rcprt"'lnt..tltnn. I
and tiaibpoitalion ..., The Western Uii ... tsteta an inconstant ..
television nil t
betaken 'M.'u E"r Of KUIII.IOII :non seen i i
mier. asking that no action I
Mann..hs :H 1214 Wl l. Street Phone S40I during rxhabllitalion I' i 'i contact with tk IRW-ri .
Memphis 39! now because were the ......AA. '. ._ .. nere"Niry.7NCl't.'s..ary. l ern Union !sopcrvi; arc in Key' and asaooatiM :
j New Orleans men executed, it may interfere tools. !I West covering the visit of Preii i I i paocr press cvrI I

New BATTERIES I for all CarsROYS :; Ne'c York iJ! with the peace confercne- t.. be equip k-nt Truman I respondents.I They lite" the
A I Ii m"nt. and httI1l>t. It 'jstrn.'tti that :i i words that the correatpa l fcntI > :
I, Not fulk ::fiO"I..h..ma held by the Balkan states. Greed u> approixt'nately |
> r-Placement on the right job 'I I I I Trite all with the datHwe.I .
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City 4.r Yuooslavia.? Albania and ; Bui: I :East Lynne 9-0IJow-up tr, make un out th" w..rld. anal 1 "n unt.Jd :|I "Key Vre...t." t>pcdonrt. : .
Omaha 2a garia. thr workf-i .nd the job arc properly I number of radio listeners! will reetivt Nearly all the currckpuock: U :
I M I 1 \MMn I' \ITS Pens;,ieola 63 matched :I tingly: ri.ports fiiHins: : !'| (Continued on Page Seven' .
IU: Huval Street Phone 442 Pitt burgh 19 CHIANG TO FIGHT ONNANKINGGneralissimo = Comedy Mellow Drammer Information resardina, the: service :' # .. :
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Roanoke Chiang may be obtained from Mii ,
Louts U Kai.Shek said today that the: g WITH OLEOS i Miller while he is in Key \\-,-t. i I; ["1- :
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Nationalist 'tnie' will continue == Presented By or bv writing to him at any tiro 1.lVJtroups(/ {
San Francisco 5:1 to fight against the communists. at the following addres' V.a.-. : .o

SteaksI Seattle :H He estimated that it will require H The Key West Players tional Rehabilitation Service. 1124 J

Tallahassee ,, :' eight years to crush he commune Vocational Education Budding. For Truman) Reception
T..mp i 62 ist forces. 1110 N.E. 2nd Axe. :Miami 36 i

\inttil !",.,,/ fur the Washington 42 --- I THEATER Fla. .
BARN | Everett W. Ruvsell General ), ;;
"I"tpii MIAMI KEY WEST I chairman ..f the Chamber making the welcome eve. II. :

CEMENT BARGE LINE. Inc = NOV. 8th THRU NOV. 13th FOR SALE FOR SALE I i' Commerce President Truman cessful I

CLYDE.MALLORY DOCKS 17 FORT) 2-DOR Russell saidI : .
; TELEPHONE 6.Text I. H Admission 51.50 Eluded Very CleanNAVARRO. i I welcome celebration committee ; feel Key West can b ;JI".I :
Barge Lf>aie* =_ TICKETS ON SALE at Paul Smith Bookstore Inc. I :( in a statement today expresfeed 1[' of yesterday's fine e8eissanst,a'"" i .

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: : MONOGRAPH a.-zyrota tae pow became ae fr i: .: )(:y .,. s..na.- fsefZL.E .a a
:=.. -.....,. _=.. TItlNIDS EUROPEHeavv ". _
odteec :Z32: I p arty womfru wiw !! ems: witwJcwut" : ys -:; ::W 1 Y.I.Critrxass '- eea :' 'nFa
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: o.u more y bn.t=ut So they tajd away from the paL L"i et sat Viseteamot-.% ; '_ "l ;' .' _
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aad tb lolL .1
election ':
: t J stlco3iag sox to tiis i islzad pCa ss.-Ya..e. :as _:..uass tsn ->

... : ( 'J'or UY Ere li Key Wes be ,, +. f-as3C-c-;;,!. ar -c 3y-b? ...:::...:-

t -_ : Tfcyf UMQ' n ..uiee after a coen- : : saieatiae s seat to The Citize- 3r i'tx : =c rsIIr odasiC.m 1
1 for pcbKcatMB siioald! be brief. Onr spaeti : \ alxaL3.Op r .I' :': ._ sea
: Isar aad 3triei lc; ea pares fee the ae I, totse4. .. .
La.cards : : :: .A.-
''PHHiMIIC'T United and keel: d&acsssa & cam: rare t T. c.w w

I be prided.TO. :S- w -a:. 7"--
: THE ORACLE: II Sze :::r f_ -:s-se --=
1:36-T1** S-i- rarti-et.
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-- t BANKRUPT THE U. 5. 4 'HaK: Sasc: : SW-eM { e : c1

1\ : ; NEW LNDUSTRIES I' 4E 4 '"

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I The purpose of FresE! C'OC3IIWi.-ot '
dd is cc att 'ewJ 1a.4 = $

:- : The effort to <*torv ind-y hr s r :eL". :in relation; tii the: Ucked Stases.secordis r: C-i:. So:' FIJt our HUroscojc.

i ? to 40 2 e observer*. is an effort .
r tazMl essay tostslaitii to r. h9g-triW -: -
I :.0 t lore the Unned States iJtv .eict i-'-eeape !l\n-u, itk5

: .. tke mctjri' t n of new iDetcii ;..dri<30. l -""di jre* in tie hope Ti &TWill eyeata: T_ e-. _.... w.... : -
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: O bn- ,.. a State pta&a.H. re- tin.rtpry : tatarest m toreigu ..a.w.tt. nave. ..ceax t.r..t .. ..n.- !'
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i ws .er.'. i ..
: c.Ttiv warDd tkat some attentionoold affairs ... a# _,. t. xcc -... _._9s.v a asrC3E -d
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: Ve faid to the siortah'ty rate of #=all asds -
M =earcrsssr _
M There is BO dosbt bat that the Usne tsb&hed aH.. fe and that thourht al .
States ii stadia? ianeieeE2ony. !! s IU.IIS c= f r .
:-:.. I be rix B- ia co&xvctioa! vrhh. *- hO"i t II. .
Tie watioital defnsetseax !:
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a e+rri.g i dK>tr>-i. to the! effects that the ....., .
is exp tted to require fort fifteen etc--ca.: .rcpt-e xT.rc -
: : wiM1L* uill hire OB the! local : r -.
to sweatees billion!= c dollars! next year. Ir >.- ?'e:r-a..-1i -
t <_ MOA; i_> ''
Et'ass. cra .s&
-- addition, tie Ecooomie Cooperative Ad-( :-.....;r&a- j -.,.
: -:- ..sesha: alec; the ?ire Us*. Dr.Virtac i __'..d&I'
tainLstratioa irill seed from three to ST .
J' 3fcap flare
:: Eaters of tke- US.. D aitnest -. id = :> .", '.-: .. '= -' :: ..SoaI
billion and there is also ta.k: of
: .4 C o-t s rrre. points out that a little ex- I a peacetus : '' 1:6e.oa IA.. ap :.Yse-Was: ::-:-:: y.::, -F ::a --aZ.A-S_" e.:5 :: = :.== -.; ... ::. ::- : ::e_ -

I LeBd-Lex; ppogrsa te tail between 7 ,-: =- : --c.e =--... D == := .::r =: :\.... : *: ,; 'i t'e: T ..DES ::..-=: =:1 :e.-.=. :..= .;" .

aajioB al.ag- selected devtlop: eic azr$ i one and three bOboa deilae*. !-.a'a :rt "-..ti- 1oJ.s:-cad. LTe =_.eS-::;. :..::: Sif .tT3 ts:..: ;:or 3e :prz:e3 Sftet i oiT e _'.- ti ;:a.-: ;: eFreeet TS CrnCE SUFPfi
*'bf better than lot .f withactaajr ) a.aa.a iala
a eapaavoi Certainly, if tie United State attsapt :- ... _e s-.a ::.:t.x-.I:2 d 'ii'ester.s :;zapL. A: se :aft ;s a creep I2f sa :# m EQUIPMENTs'VYA.s.< '

: : ;..- coaa4drration- as to whit! a cotnxa&niJy 7'- :': sad : -e& ; he sit rsg UIC:=i-7It S -S e ..u-ers-casesrife -MJ6 a a .... titftta dIt arcs
*to fiaaaee th. word :ia a taapay: :2-1 stJ SM- -.eeHciry : '
gagaie ..
: : ; w area is rrally loop for. I !: ,,. ;;., -,.- t sze :srtsf i pc-- :-a- $.. ...
et Cooniinifct- will 1: have to :d L
: : fa effect, we s.a.=pct that tbe gnte- 7'a_. ax. :: o*e2t.3ca ,-- -- ---- - - rye Tti.et Sot
I iarrtesde son* '>f Thi* _
jaooey. 2 eai> t a: : cy .aai
c1 t a *a arv trying to ten the people of the :....c. S-=r -__ PERSONALIZEDCbristnus)
j r tfeerfc iirtle chance. of tax reduction: : :i-: -T aa'is* am WILL KM 'flU!

i aatBMi! that they cosEtry. Socethiaj of a coasteroSfe&sive p-p, Bemg5ocrs _
feahtare between iadustry aad aariesltarcs i C= :-.... ni, 'Tltu! '
:: a aiiuc the policy of the zwill ;'& Q:! 19-ra.acM. 3 Ec."IS.BZ

,; Mk*? that te Wcoae- ovu-iJtd iaized! dereiop eat froca the Coat ;r c. i\ur as ca d.ae Aae-q-fill.ts.. Means Taxes Slav High Eo.l T _: -:;-' '-- :"'\. .cs,

'..r aajr partimlzr two We i+>ir>%: the! J'! f-"T;' ::..... ::'.-- .-. ? ': wa: A-e ::n-N a LIlliu

= this co.atry bat teem tfce capitaist! I-ffaar .. 9 '- .- -. ". ..... ,.
aberration has raerit:! and that Key West. _.. 3a- C..ec-et- : : ::
= who will lot relish tlIe payseBt c.f the ;; 1 : :: 37 !::)wA?X: H. SIMS. Tk t S da_ ts*+ c i 2flt
far example, in i it+ qs rn for new isdoscies.taaaH L "
taxes accessary to sapport; toe peograa_ -"a.-1rIt ris-aX 'AZ. C-rQ: >i.- Tisre! rrerectiy ?C ;:5 :::. ::: ; _
iau.IIiZ8Jy select: the types of isdattry CciS--a7 Ca: er ia.styC
: 2 a T2C Zf =cascerze! crar ia e.-- =aac: rs :ra

t aeosraed to settle! :in this area. Police sway!! be TTjrctaiarT :la sh- T-. ate., Tiny-c.:.r. a u-e e-ti! '::r-a: : ::I: :::e ::er._ ;. ;Cme:::.. "I't.g.4e5 : .

.. It is good to ha.ve a balance between perforiel b-;;t. ia tee Kea&tinxe. :La..... I i I ]tar.us Y.' 'Es.esSst ; '-e..e: mac : C.sec 2 t.oc ;:.or.c =.=:'" ::e"T ; .mayL

ill -_ *ffricvltwe aad ind&stry bet it is: joat a$ and order depend :apr):! jiciice.THE : .. .:-:>-:) can ....su ::xst :; :e .ec-.c -c 3ec'e :

: -w Cr 3 ? :e a ettci 3CA S5 :e
bad to be over-balanced from x It
an industrial : ... z'i-; = i

tta.4poiat aj from:: aa ag rieshsralataadaotat. CONGRESSIONAL SCHEDULE .w-aa. =-i v._ ... E ET'
'!II.---- mss: =crt : r csc ;ca ;ac: slaw 3:s.: :
{ Of coarse. Key West has a !ion x... j' : Cofsa i-x
? U- c Sac-ea can :e Oi c :
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= wajr t1 jf> before the threat of c: verindu5tnaHraia The Coagrfei-: :*e United stat*>, -- : :ec: -= = .. ::rc:: 1 ::: :: --.c-C-c-=: :'

.: will be patent bet no cocnbv elected: Nvemo 2. ml.i: Erwt on Ja&jary J t; g 7'S-N: acct- -=e :e rca "::::3 :::. t
Rt -. :
$ ....,. o=e aa..nhiltg intel'sigeat pla:;- Srd. the tak .iy ofr'le: ciHe: srve !- s a3aa :. 'ar iiC g..t s r.-' .:' -
3_ t E:'"'."; ,.:'::: :: -s.: :;:'_ .
tea da ben the Pre .....: : .-= s.o.--. '
-.c. >:s drat elected a: -- :'. ;::_=- -.:::: :" .
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AIDe tiae. 1 t -UK 3kaKkacTODAY'S ::: :.t:: '-= = .
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.1" -: : ::.. .hoer laatarf arev: 9cf.ReL :: : -
DO NOT EXPECT GOVERNMENT The inauguration of the n:-wlyIect::: : W"a.--Q 1t; 1 4 -tt-.: : ._ :: t
+ ECONOMY i ed Pfeudect will 11Z _& ;--.......>--.c.-. .... 2. P ft. -.o- K* iaad -: :: ::t.':; :- ?
take place: Vll Jariary: t-iit :!'!-r &i c si *e Sat .
:::..:;.:- ::' : : ---
l j I :20dt. Theo: date. it
spending by the Government b sill the remit of the amezd .. :" -. .-:
= to COEstitatioB -
I IKzanr AnricaJoeepr :"AI.- o:::. ..;; ;.- '- : 4: _. .
.- zone app! Ahhoagh> these are times of fathered by the Late Svoator : Otkeaet.r. V.rcrj .: To :IL..I:: aerv.cXT-. ; ''?- -.= ;: : 0- 4Pj 4,4

;eats the rate. of increase iadkate: that George orri.=. of Nebraska.: jTm c .: L'" C.... Aarw...aa av v.e =!*:-. :: .-r ;ri.---- :: v* :- .' -,.
--az" : : '
a G- -rrT---r.: T ataats t : ; : ;
eraatca.1 ape!ding will soon reach 40dollars Prevk-o !Iy. the! President elected Bears, :acrs .: s.- S. .. ,
is Y. 42 .. =._r.:: ..=.c: .::. : a:'_ :..,; _:::', : :' .' ::'"

b lh.a a year. November took office) oa Manch tth of it-r ye.s : ::_ :',-. : .:S .t:: ,. ;:;''..;.- .. .: .::. :.:;oe ;;e .', :--' .r:
:a' This it O':" :-...:; g' --., =- : :: :.:.4:
a great big rzbject, importanterery i iaaowina year aid, thcocvCicaliy.+!o Aaia.ai FJiIICISS taca testa .. ,, .
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e. :-=:: > -r: =; ::;::
: a respect. It sam* to the total Coaareoa dd; the 8' Bar ILardaa i8 yean apo. .. '
ap l same. However the re- T ? :1'.e!'! : .:": _.

c.-11SioB ta: new features. of "making !| ulariy-schedukd: aesawn of the aw Cocgress ? : S. "y.:_ pTlS 0CII: it: 7t. :! :. <::-7ces :-.;.-. F'i
the World I 1101"' 1 ..u.. of AIDer'ii' Q:.:.a a Si Y.-f 1-:::,; :. ....:.-. : : ; FOR HOME
:safe for {Hcgcrae.i:: !! treble did not begin sari i! the foHowlBzDecember : : .:: --L. or
: sera Texa: i6. ; ---JT *. :>.-: :": :_ i:: : -::...: ": :.:' '- -:- _: :-r.:

the- cost of neB the: Marshall Pla*. more than tairteea atoatha after :;tsi i4% :. :- a.r:: -.. .i -'. .'- L__. ." _, ':-: : .,.:_ "=

There is a universal feelirs that we are the electioa.: --6 Qe rv TMather. tort t.. ::..:- :::<0:,: :.i:_ .- "':5 .--ad: vatY. ." :-.;' .- :'7-- -= :'_:_'=" COMMERCIAL USE

-. e.y :-:rrespoocaeal. aoca ..: St ..;; :'v :._ fw ..:- qt -
saeadiag fast aad forioosiy that Uncle! h should be noted i ic ,
eosseetioe' with .
j -=-s .... .r.x:.", :. :A.beI' : Se.- : .T.-- : -

: Sam will l lose his shirt bf xe we get dawn j the schedule of events, that the old Con- Or :_.- D&leSeer air:4: cire.i.a .o- -",,:-: :-r-:. ._.<:; M '"'X. We Ire fYf'fai'enf Ta. FI&.rIW.&Z.

:- to amore eoaj rrative method of roliac zee* will:;! askable! in Washingtoa OB Decn ..-. r: 3ytrxc ..rCattur; i :=.:: : 6- .:..- ._:- ;-.. a :.:"" yTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT....Tyy Ctrs. PlaJ't' t t B > eN CKl >HE.D R:E
:'t.4 c: 80nI :r. ..:. iIDt.: e.--: :' .:_--, STBCS3 A.=M 23JOO t Cft
= oar owa Nation. or efforts to grubstakethe !ber 31st. uder the terms of its adjojrament .
.3.:.taazua oc ==-- S3 pears : -w:Gtr: ae- ":a..c: :::; 1.

: World aDd pacify the B&asians are : reaol' zioa.: It will be ia ae.ly;! -4 ? T siea!a.xpacttitee. prsufects : .- M: aa X-. :4a.e- TPJCUPII c\:J\ Thompson Inc.

: 1 lifeis- Tai:4. : -c COFFEE \ \ Enterprises
_: : JUS: tOO 2J3Ch. for a few day, sarkingr the end of tfee t
-:k-S?. O caga ocrac L. cr '?a.r ::-._: ;'- :... : oe ...- MILL 0.

= | 's..tiKh! Consre ,- but aabody: expects 44 yeast ago .4-. : C25 5Ii 30sZ. at W via: iniio.P.'GZ \>

-: p s4 'al. Crept its t tio.R should! that the k>cilaxftr3 vil attempt. =: :u<::> : ft -. Y:: _. :, :-., --oS :Ec. PKCXT xa 3 ru

62Sd tlieza t l latioa :- : : ::"" :-. ...::-...1.0 .:.d I :;;:,--: ,= '''. --::- :8i--- .ill Groc+rt IET W1 T
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d:1ri1rg that tuc
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I VICTORY PARADE WELCOMED '. Buried City Is Found In Asia II

COPfiNlIACEN) -'A fewj i

PRESIDENT HARRY TRUMAN !([days before newt at.his death in Preferences vary when it
Kabul reached Copenhagen: Hen- comes to adding liquid to scrambled -

,,nlng Htsibnd Christensen the eggs; either milk, cream or
Danish explorer, revealed lit a re. water may be need
TO 'port that he had discovered the
!|biggest \ *f ruins*ver found hundreds of houses are how filled
1:in central ASia.Haslund with and covered by yellow desert -

TRIUMPHANT: Tilt MAN WENT HACK TO WASHINGTON: \ Christensen leader dust but it is easy to see that
j+|i of a Danish expedition with presjent there had once been a flourishinglife.
ift headquarters at Kabul. Af- .
i ij J; ghanisUix said the town's nameis The e expedition how investigating -
j Lashgari Sarai and several the cause of the decline of
hundred years **o it was inhabited the community b1 by Gen
by tit leap 10,000. ghis Khan of Timur Lan who
I In the twiddle of the town thereis devastated greet areas in Europeand
a huge palace. The palate and Asia.CLASSIFIED; .
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Information for the Advertiser*

drib 3 FOR MfcGl't.AMAacrtl ..tdBLAcwraeC P.ivwsT
'i rha. Payment tor rlavkiflrd IdvrrtlM.mcnta .
In ln.mr'!!iklj In advance but
.emnt. .'!Id..t Mil bead teiratar adrriiiiera witb leader ar-
.aa kill be bisected In The Citizen at .count may bare their advertise.
the rat ot ie word far tar* Inflk Siesta rharr<.4.fl I
%* >n. but the mini mom charge fur BLH-ATIO DRl>""E
the first IS word or lest I* S e,,. To injure publication ci'pj must
The rate for kUrktar 1)pe is 5r m be in The Cititen offire before II
E-r cued. and tile minimum chart far o'clock In the morning ot the Ita f
ik* tlrst li words <. .i.. of mulatto -

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All .d....rti.iti. I* aegis*ted uBtfofr tae tottvwftic conditions: lo the
r syeat if erru* III advsrlising. tran..I..t or cohtract. the Citizen will b.
responsible only fur the first inontion 4n Clamflrd Adcr"ih lM.. and i* I
n-=--i U....i.y ,* ....U.I.& tor only the actual amount M space occupied by n.
part or the 4Tertiemrnt where the error o..ur.

.,)'. Wirephoto I. ._ ._ .n._ ._ . . . . ..
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PRESIDENT TRUMAN RETURNS in tri mpha nt to the national capital Friday and passes near FOR RENT-MOUSES I I FOR BALE-USED CARS

the Capitol building on his victory. parade along Pennsylvania Avenue. Sitting on the back ot
the automc.bile scat, the President (left) and Vic e President-elect Alben Barkley wave to. crowds |i Completely tarnished one-bed 1S41 Ford coupe, radio heater
lining the street. The capitol dome is in the ba ckground. I![ room house for seasonal ot Good condition. $825100. N j
monthly lental. Available now Ft Taylor. nov6-3
.. - --- -- -- .---- i Apply 914 Packer Street (war).

'I UK TIU M INS \M1: It \HKLEYT TilE \VI1ITK HOI SE I nov5-3tx 1936 Foix tuoor sedan, nsn'nand
body excellent condition.
..,.. "' FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS $275. 3061 Hairw Avenu
Phone 827J. oust jtx

Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee '
'=pe :! shop bar. hov2-25t '33 Chevrolet coach Fair condition. -

i Apply 1129 Fleming ?let
TOWN HOT1Lc DOUBlC: 13. Phone 1515-M. nuv3- lX
DAILY. LIMITED ItUMatR'OF 1937 budge Sedan, good ino'm
ROOMS. $68 PER MONTH'. and rubbei. Body and fenders
I oct28-tf perfect condition. Needs glas.s. .
Pi'ice, $375.00. Gomez M; .

t =wH FOR RENT-APARTMENTS : nine Service or Phone 81%.

AND ROOMS novS-titx

The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming ; FOR SALEBOATSAND

i Street, has an efficiency: apt.: MOTORS
and several sleeping looms
Low Gray marine engines and service.
cant. weekly or
rates. nov va'i C. R. Smith opposite Firestone
Station. Marathon. nov 1-l'mi


Commercial esfrigerationvcrvke.
Guaranteed work any make.
I One (I) Whizzer motor bike.
Flea Ida Keys Refrigeration
Service 508 Olivia St.. Phone practically new. $75.00. 820
Oem gia Street. nov4-Ctx
1157-M. hUv63tL.ght

Itt a housekeeping rooms$15 1946 Royal Enfield motor bike.
per wt*k. 411 William St.hoV312tx.
I SMILING PRESIDENT TRUMAN and his family return to the White House m Washington Friday t : Arthur Area. 2705 Staples Ave

1j 1 and art Joined on th. North Portico br Vice President-elect Alben Baikley. Left to right: I Phone 651. nov5-3tx

c J. Barkley. his daughter. Mrs. Max Truitt of Washington. Margaret Truman. Mrs. Truman and the I FOR RENT-BUSINESS
.. ._ __ ._ -. n' _ ___ ___ _.__._____ !1
,. Small desirable building. 425 3-bedroom
U i.KAT ( ..IUtt1' WIIITK IIOUSK WELCOMED TKl"M \\ :I Gieene. Apply 620 Elizabeth...o'B6bI furnished, 2 blocks from completely South

Beach Apply 516 CatherineSt.
I Owner. rwv5-Sts

t cottage for couple utilitiifurnishtd. .
Apply oOO Simon-
White enamel. $2.:5. Outsiue
ton, Phone 444. nov8-3tx
white paint $2.73 and $3.75 per
gallon up. Aft.I 2" garden
I 1 hose. $3.95. t>oherty & Co... 846
f WANTED TO RENT Olivia. Phone 1597. noel tf

here for the winter. wants a 7
concrete entrance square.- undconcrete
.: fairly modern small house or
a. door
Y Sy a step.. Telephone
apartment or bedroom and I 742-J. nova 3tx
I sitting nfrn in a quiet private

+tt home. Write details to Box Toy-filled ChI istmas sUxkiny.for .--

O.S.P., c/o Citizen. boys and gir!;. $1.23. P....i
r1Rt. g nov8-5tx Old Ciaig. 1019 White Strt."
novS 'IX
# qe sit Key West Cook Book and ',.-
irons, vacuum and herbs and seasonings, jt "..
fans repaired. O'Briant Phone Marshall Studio Shop in T. .
11C4-M. nov 1-tf graph Lane. Also limt-la'te.

garlic olivew. coconut i-an WANTED TO BUY turtle soup.
nov8-10-12 x
\ Wanted. Cut Hair-Will pay 1 to -
5 dollars per ounce depending FOR SALE-TRAILERS
|*T Wirephoto i on length, color and condition i -
\ of hair. Send full length sam- Trailer ready to live in. Cht-..p
I A MAMMOTH CROWD JAMS Lafayette Square across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White ple. Lock Box 105 Key West for ca -h. Phone 166. Dion
House (background to welcome. home.president Truman after his election victoryThe Presi I Fla. novl12txChild's rnjvS 61j
dent addressed the throng from the White Hou se portico.

tricycle. Good condition j FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
Phone 448-R.. no\8-3tx _

I A new flame may be hot stuff return them, and at first we did 1 For colored 813 Baptist Lant. Ohi
Thinks '
Hastings jBr j, but the old flame kuows what's in spite of the pitiful protests oftbe LOST for two couples. Tile bai-
,1 I living bedroom, bath kitcn. -
j jHiitMit .
HASTINGS BAKER I cooking. | deserters. However mort'and ,
Wallet containing sum of money Furnished. $13.00 per vifei.
ll"..\f. has been head- + more have been allowed to' and "
aluable identifications
cari i Apply Apt A. no\ > '
tug up a Mudv lor reorganizing' When Vibhinsky recently hurried stf.Y even though we are positive -I i I Keys. Reward if returned to*,1 _
out of the Council of United
the ttd' 1..1 government. He tells some of them are spies. 612 William Street. Phone' 2-bedroom unfurnished ..pi:. '
Nations it was feared that he '
[>. we. that it recommends a i After those two Russian flyers -! 138-J. nov6-2t ment. 644 William Strtiin-
was "walking out" for good i .
|.| and li tttic" recently landed in-the American ply 1224 Duval Stret-t.
t M. ( streamliningol However, it was soon clear that
XVa-hinuton bureaucracy. This he had other purposes in mind rector and asked to stay a, REFRIGERATION novtf tt
because, in his haste, he blundered Russian secret policeman came -
niu\ In- the lint beg news out of .. Immediate service domestic or Furnusln-d 2'i-room apaitnn",ii
them into
into the ladies to try to scare coming
W.,:tiiiiKton for the now administration back. At one point he pulled out commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration Utilities furnished. $25.00 w. ....
Nobody talks very much about a letter. One of the flyers said: 1 Sent ice Phone 724-W. !v. Sea Isle Apartment.- !t' .>

j iJ officially but every month "f know the handwriting on that nov2-6tx Windsor Lane. no\ x 'i

Walt Disney has recently pro- several thousand Russian soldiers letter. That letter' was writtenby ''
d animated wife. I know FOR SALE-MUSICAL Apartments furm -hcd. seasoni
4utx< an educationalfilm cross over to our side and beg my everything
to pi('pal'tt> girls not to be sent back to Russia. that's in that letter you've forther rd i INSTRUMENTS yearly. 1301 Division Su ,-1'1 t
for woiuanluHxl. This film'is ,These are not jut ordihary to write." Phone 215. nl\,8.: xj :
1C t available fire of charge, for use deserters. They include 24 cetierali Philco transition table radio. .\pI'
in -iht'til classrooms for or- The Russians don't talk Left over syrup or juice fro ply 1129 Fleming, Apt. 15. | STORAGE
(um/ed gioup of teen-age girls about it because the whole ideamakes' canned fruits should be utilizer I ; \-3-2tJi.1 .
f1J and one lo: Parent-Teachers or.aii them see red. We don't'talk in a fruit drink: it may also 1*:i' fled Brick Storage Co. Furniture
,. _..t...n.. about it officially because I 1! used for basun.3 bam or lunch I 1 Car radio for Chevrolet. Cheap. or commerciaL Phone 798.vltf
- technically we are supposed t. eoii meat. t 820 Ashe Street nov8-3ti;

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,, I Dies InFuneral | InfJalimIIilsH; '; c. ,

Home !!''FiinliaiuIIing J '

RICHMOND Va.Walking into
1 Jj
Al ...4_ By Wade MillerChapter a funeral home. James Barnctt j I CHICAGO-/IV.lt hau

53. asked an attendant to call a
raised its bubble head m thtpanhanolmft -
23 You had no right to bring her Kevin stepped back 'doctor. Then he sat i. in
I a <
pace wn a
knocked here. What busine-3 .\ nitfcHevasod.
SOMEBODY at the door. have you done with evading his "No, Bob,
grasp. i
her?" chair and .> i 'lnirtittack
< >ilaptr'i
Walter James cradled in a big don't, What I do is my own busine4 i neat digniiic-J fellow o'k.mt .-
chair watched'' Walter James said between his I'm that I've hurt In w.is do ) H: f.i. theSuliscrilx
; the smoke sorry you
cork tht Im-p now askiHeJ fc*
lot" .
teeth "Get out! =but I love Walter and 1 want 1\1
screw fronv
up his cigarette. He The boy's voice feB into half- to. .be.. with. him. for the I.. m <.f .. d-JI.ii: *. hr ran
wearing a deep blue dressing I .,
pleading. .James.Laura's my T ThiCit 'n (Ml
gown over patterned pajamas. girL She's a nice girL I'don't THE boy looked incredulously' "
The'ash stand by the chair know what ,-!-at Walter "
was you told her,-but you James. "Love? hesaid -
a stew of soft asnes and gnound- had no right to take advantage hoarsely. II I -
eut butts. .
of her. Yes. You'd better go. Dob.
The knock sounded again. He "Advantage Walter James Please tton't feel too badly."
. glanced at the electric clock laughed without
on mirth. "Isthat Newcomb
the de k. Nine. Nine o'clock what you learned in school? Don't nervously. I
undecidedly. He looked
the morning alter. Nine o'clock. you know any better: words? I girl's serious face at the at rust-the
.Wednesday I
twenty-seventh suppose you think I slept with brown sobered
of eyes by deep t'mo.ion.
the September. He punched out her last night!" &. Then he turned and walked

to the cigarette door.A and walked wearily The boy clenched his fists his out down the hall without lifting J

boy face burning. "You can't talk his feet very high. The sound of .
about was standing {outside, about Laura like that!" his' footsteps going down the
to knock
thin hawkish again. He had! The detective laughed scorn- stairs had completely died away
features: and bigl 1 fully. "Beat it. Go before Kevin .
eyes; he couldn't han been much dICtionary" sonny. read a the door. sighed and closed

over at him twenty.blankly Walter for James looked, The youngster brought his fists She said without looking at
he a moment before up in front of him and advanced. him., "I'm sorry, Walter" She .
recognized Bob
lie said New comb. "I'm taking Laura home and youcan't crossed to the window and stood
frostily. "What do you stop me! She's just a girl looking outWalter
Newcomb's and-and-you're an old man! James said softly, t r;;:;:
and big eyeswere surprised Walter James hit him in the "Kevin." The girl turned and
stitched caught by/the ragged' stomach and the boy bent over looked at him across the room. '
Mounds on/the smaller1man's retching. The back of the same Her eyes mirrored the old un-
head. lie blinked and re.. fist ,
came up under his chin and happiness. .
membered. "I've come-for Laura he collapsed on the rug. Walter "Yes, Walter-?' -

. and Walter down.James looked him up James looked down at himigrsmly. "Has this-spoiled it for you?" yollflOTTEr
"What makes/you think: The boy was on his hands and She gave a soft little cry and
she would be here?" The boy knees when Kevin walked in came running forward to throw GiVES
stepped into the apartment "1 from the bed roam. Her bare feet herself into his arms and hold
didn't makes invite you in. P asked what poised unsteadily on the map o( rom tight. "Oh. Walter Walter. 'IIATfR'
you site would bet the Little of
here?" rug. sleep crews sufi course not! Nothing could
rounded her surprISed eyes and $poil'ypu for me."
Walter boy glanced around wildly.. her copper hair tangled* about Walter'Jans sat down sagging
James noticed his t eyes her face. She wore a' fleshcoloredslip into the' chair. The girl slipped
were tired-more tired than his over her naked girl's body onto hteilap. seeped her warmth '
own felt. "I know she shere!" he She put her puzzled fact|to pee against him. She put her lips
blurted. "Laura didn't tIme home Side and said "Bob close, to the scars above his par 0 !
last night. You fASTE : "
brought her here Newcomb looked up at her "I was.afraid you'd feel differ-
last night and kept her here!" silently pain-stricken. Runaway ently," she whispered. "Bob has
The slender man's eves didn't tears gleamed on his cheeks. nothing to do with us. There's
feel worn any longer They were i "You've seen what youl came just the two of us. We can't be .
alive add filled with blue ice.* to see," said Walter James|"Now touched by other people unlesswe .
"You'd better go, sonny. Take get out of here!" want to be." .
your dirty adolescent mind bacta "Walter" the girl said npprov- He put his arms around her
to school and peddle your paper."' ingly. She padded for wait! and youthfulness. "I don't deserve
"I'm not going" unless I take took Newcomb's arm hplping you, redhead. But I'm going to try
Laura with me. His voice bounced him clumsily to his feet "Bob, to keep you just the same." ::.!
around, uncontrolled. He was '!I'm so awfully sorry that His had "You deserve so much more r-
wearing a sport coat and a sport ''to happen. You shouldn't! have than just me" she said
: softly. Now, for of hot
shirt; open-necked it revealed come. You had no right to."* "But please be satisfied with no more waiting waterto wafer at all limn for ART -
every gulp and made his smooth Newcomb caught at her ( and. because that's all I want. me get hot for dishes, bathing, and inc. showers housecleaning .
throat childish. ""Laura's my girL ,."Laura" (To be continued) laundering! For constant hot and water hot enough to Ho'rs'e

---- -. --.. -. ------ water the new automatic Servel the newest home laundry anddish-
BaIJ-Ty Gas Water Heater gives washing machines.

The Weather TODAY'S AinununimumnuionnimnHiinniauiuiniiinim you all vou want. .as hot as you
Modern, streamlined brty
You'll marvel at ScrvelV "lust

FORECASTKey America) I This speedier hot water service appearance with iUvfarklinfvbiU!

West and Vicinity: Con 1732 -John Dickinson pre- | 1021 DuTdl Street is made possible by Servel'a ex- Newton finish. Come ia ud teethe

tinued fair weather with little I Revolutionary Delaware Philadelphia i DEFENSE FORCES clusive ball-type design which new Ser\el mode 'Islay.

change in temperature. The I patriot writer of cmporj j i heats water faster and keeps it There's an exact aize 1.0 1&3V
winds will be moderate :tant State papers born in Talbot { hotter longer. This means plenty family needs
easterly I County Md. Died Feb. 14, 1803-1 I '
winds. I : /
1772 William
i Wirt famed I
1 Florida: Fair thru Tuesday. ex- writer in his day. Virginia'sfamed ; .. MONDAY .
cept a few scattered showers U. S. Attorney-General for 7:30 PM.cpanis". Class. ft" ,. ," ;:,.' tt" -- "'"
over lowereast coast tonight acid![12 years born in Bladensburg, 10.00AM.| -Bowling. for I.avj e # ,
Tuesday morning. Slightly cool Md. Died Feb. 18. 1834. .
; .
er south portion tonight.. 1821-George H. Bissell promoter Wives at U. S. Sub s 6 outstanding f......

Jacksonville thru the FloridaStraits of the country's petroleum I Base Bowling AKeys ; that Incrcai afflctaay
7:30 PJVI.-Hospital Party (2nd cut fuel costs. 1I.
industry chief founder
: Moderate northeast to of the Tues.) i;
cast winds this afternoon and first oil company in 1854 born in'I .v t Rwst-Fr
i !
tonight becoming 'easterly Tues- Hanover, N. II. Died Nov. ,1 J, r I
i 12:30 PM,-Hospital Fishing Trip Highly Efficient In*,
1884. : 1'f.
day. Partly cloudy weather witha .
2:00 P.M. not
-Navy Wives Club. -. Heel-Ecb.ng.r
few scattered showers over the general 1830-Oliver O. Howard. Unn i-1 n I+ 7-0(1 P.M.-J u k e Box Dance ; :; < J 3. Silent Ribbon F.......
south portion. commissioner of rcf. Burner
East Gulf: Moderate easterly gees after Civil War a kindly i
winds thru Tuesday. Fair weather soul born in Leeds. Maine. Died 4. Simple PositiveControls
1.00 P.M.
Sewing !lfachincBdl.rd #
except partly Oct 26, 1909. _
cloudy over ,.
extreme south portion. 1836-Enoch Enslcy, Memphis ( FRIDAY: Showers. 5. Double.Thick lassie t9f"
pioneer in the South's industrial : lion
Western Caribbean
: 2:00 P.M.-Prv-naUil Class. i
to northeast winds occasion- ,development planter and manufacturer I I 9:00 P.M.-Dam-e. Orchestra. _._'p. 6. "C.W-WaIH ar.w'I
ally fresh over northwest por- born near Nashville. SATURDAY

tion thru Tuesday. Partly cloudy Died Nov. IS, 1891. 2:00 P.M.-Boxms Training.
weather with widely scattered 1836-Milton Bradley. Spring I SUNDAY
field. Mass., publisher, who
showers mostly at night. founded 9:30 A.M.-Communion Breakfast
No small craft or storm warn- publishing house peddling ).
ings have been issued. Vienna 1911. printed Maine.James Died himself May born 30 I 1 00 P.r.f.-Picnu (sign up).


West. Fla., Nov. 8. 1948 ,
(Observation taken at City Office

8:30 a-m.. EST) (Know America)

Temperatures 1725 New York City's first

Highest yesterday 83 newspaper issued William Brad-
Lowest last night 76 fo rd's New York Ga/ette.

Mean 80 1834 Mount Holyoke Seminary
-- - -- -- -
Normal _. 76 (now College) opens. fy Now In

PrecipitationTotal 1861 Confederate envoys: Effect. I
last 24 hours. .00 ins James M. Mason and John Sh-

Total this month .00 in.c;. dell on \\"ato Europe taken off '- trwwn
Deficiency this month .{ft. in". British ship by American officers .

Total this :year 45.61 ins -realms a great international 1 A
Excess this yearRelative 10.49 ins incident. sS Special Low Rate

Humidity 1864 PrcM<,ont Lincoln re-

< 8:30 a.m. Olected.
75'. 18.8-nt'main. of the famed for ElPPRiGERATBON

BarometerSea New York merchant. AlexanderT. S

( Level). 8:30 ..m. Stewart. mysteriously stolen I 4F
30.02 ins.-l016.6 mbs. from New York churchyard vault.

Tomorrow's Almanac 1889 Montana admitted to I I This Herr rIte is .20 per hundred (11. (t.
Sunrise 6:39 a.m. State.
Sunset 5:43 1918 German arnustue delegates } for
pm. our Cost refrigeration trill r/c'/w/ir/
Moonrise 1:54 received by Gen. Foch in

Moonset 12:23 pm'l historic 1919 -railroad First American car. Legion on the size refrigerator yon hare as tf('

TIDES Con\'enti"n opens in Indianapo

Tomorrow(Naval Base) I u.s.1932-Franklin D- Roosevelt T. S. ELIOT (above-t' ).W Ameri:rvphot, ?trill make tin alloivance ill 'II. (I. for

first elected President
(Eastern Standard Time) can-born British poet has beenawarded pac/i size
High Low 19-1I-U. S. naval base established I the Nobel Prize in lit- refrigerator in nse on onrlines.
I in Iceland. I
3:29 a.m. 10:59 a.m. erasure by the Swedish Academy
1941 U. S.
naval base established -
5:33 p.m. 10.45 p.m. in Iceland. >. of Literature. The awardis Yon may.. find felt(') your cost

1942 Americans-English con- worth about S44.0CO this year. *

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA tinue landings on shores of NorthAfrlC'a. Eliot is a native of St Louis. for refrigeration trill he Ity insulting

(Reference Station: Key West) ---- ---- -----
Time of Height of 1944 American driven tx. I.
it ((ice. .
StationTide onr ,,
high orateBahia r by the Germans onWestern I
Honda Front. j i .
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft 1945 United Auto Workers T lose '

No Name Key file charges of unfair labor "prac-- 'etin'att.gl '.

cast end) +2h 20m tices against General Motors. without, .'.:,:: 'il"
\ ,
Boca Chica 1947-136-day strike of some | .:':. .....-.,""..._..I........
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m 0.000 : ..., \ "
Bethlehem's Steel's Atlantic """ 'A" ,,0", ..
Caldcs Channel Coast u' ,00" .,. ", .uP...." .." ,....
shipyard ,.
workers .
(north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft with a 12c an hour wage increase ends .,.dUo'.n. ., .n",......",. ..,...,..." ....,.... '
"10.'"' ".., I'" ..n'. ,t '"I.
oOo .... ." n ..n& West
,, Key Gas Co.
'Dry..c epCK
"MpI1EV GUww'l'
: I To keep a child from ..autKt
lo.smj; ., ,::: '. "" ......"
(--Minus sign Corrections mittens fasten them ........".0'",0',.. ""cnt,., 0.....
to be subtracted. I' to each end I' ,.p'h 01".10<" ""._, .."..",cM" ,'"..u ...c..,' ..-

(+)-Plus sign: Corrections of a cord long enough to leach i '0".,...4",....' \n..t ".,..& ':" :: .:

be addeo. tol across through the the child's coat stsoJdersThe Il'en'and I'j| \ ":":.;..... ..Y< 0.- i-19 Nlertiiii i lrt'1 I'hmr (ii

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: Telephone 9127. 114 DuTal Street.Jeffenoa Hotel ; : Phone 135 Night 636 : DONALD BARBER s

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Representatives I LNA ,1 : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliance : Scientific Beauty Culture >ain > ,
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: Sale CAYO HUESO I r; : ,,
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A FEW YEARS AGO ballet was an almost unknown art form to most Americans. Now the I ; Mrs. Cruz Vega wan

I intricacies: cf the entrechat are showing from all sides. For example: Cfitch :32 Fish on the fee with a hammer bv a
) Clo. Keil. C. Ace- ....
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E. W. Heelas.
ItuMirrIU 1 To 2; I II Box Scores Of i J. and Carl J. Bales. High edo, alias Ptdro Celastino 51.
Point. N. C. both of the Jif of 705 Elizabeth street, at I 1:50:

I ItomlM-r-t \1| I.a-1 I >Y JJ I Iq fy Manufacturing Company. a.m. today.
Games and Joe E. Lowe of Waldo
SundayAt taken to theMonroe
Mrs. Vega was
(!:01! To HittingThe : Realty Company. Kansas ;
I Hospital' while
Mo., at La Ccn- : County
i $l City. guests
Atnnur Bombers defeated Stadium arrested by Patrolman -
.. .' I cha. went fishing in local waters Acevedo was
lit* Amii ie n Lt- fun team by asnr 1 1o ', '
<< -- yesterday and caught 32 Gabriel Lastres on a charg"
{ (.1 13 tri I. while the Clowns I Box scores of the doubleheader llb ,.;. t.. "".. fish Mr. Lowe said today. of assault with a deadly weapon.

.beat. th. ll j Raider by 10 to 21 played yesterday afternoon at esrr ss: ,oJ. .n Weight of the fish ranged Later Acevedo was taken to
in tames played' yesterday at I the Municipal) Stadium by teamsof from three to 33 pounds, and County Jail.] lIe is being held in
Wwkr'; Stad.um. the Ke,.. West Senior BaseballLiague t included mackerel, kingfish. lieu of $1 000 bond and will be
t( follow: barracuda and a dolphin.The a hearing before Peace
In :
the first the fiomhrrs
game FIRST GAME V 5x trip was made in the : Hamlin lattr.Acevedo .
Justice Roy
broke tbH nf anJ their first "
I won
Sea Raider. Captain "Lefty"
Atomic Bombers claims the Vega wo-

ramtThtY cUutttl lulling Rot: the their range the and Player AB R II PO A E fli.-fI ,. Reagan. man is a witch, that she cast a
If I 000 I for that n -
Casad.i. 3 I him and djon
>K>H> hard anj often. With 14 n______ ottr'A :!'ell over
hits Acevedo, ss 4 0 I I 0 0Rolxrbe } .,' .6'.,..,.., ,tiT- .. he attacked her with a luirnIlitl. -
math- 13 runs every memberof
4 2 1 1 1 1 m --- -
the Humbert hit at least one r. !
J. Mira. Ib 5 2 3 I 2 I -'-
safely l hut Jim AllHiry. All scored 7 Boxing Bouts
'. Jack Villa'al, 3b 4 1 3 9 1 0 ?
at ) i
-a.t tow run with the excep- c Shorts
tio'j of AI Arevedo.Jv Santana. 2b 523320 J '''1 i I Sports

llira, Villareal and Sintjna Jim Albury 1-f 3 1 0 4 4 Oj i .__ ,_....., -- ----- To Be Staged
each hit three safely and for G. Barber rf 2 3 1 I I 11, i Alabama foutbc.1l teams have
B. Sweeting, p 3 1 1 0 3 OJ NIGHT CLUBS: Ballet's! a big CONCERT STAGE: Manhattan often has MUSICAL COMEDY: At least one ballet se- I ;
the I.egeun they hit five safely i won eight conference: championShips -
ami ilubU-r had them well scat-1 feature of Billy Rose's Diamond three companies" at once. Above. Nicholas quence is a virtual must for modern musicals. ; At NCCS Shortly) t since 1924.

t.-n>d. In the field Jack Villjreal.. \ Totals33 13 14 21 13 21 I Horseshce in New York. Magallanes and Maria Tellchief cf the American Above, Valerie Bettis. and Eric Victor in j I 4

Itoberta. Santana and Joe Mira American Legion i' Here's the finale. Ballet Society. "Inside I Nick Bruzzy. pro at KCCS.j j When Alabama] bowed to Tulane -
played l u great game and for losrs. Playt'rAB R 11 PO A F.l it maik.-d
21-20: last season
j jr
Anguiera. cf 2 1 1 1 0 o'I IP..zo said t..d.lYh.l a pretnisinj; lot
IngraKain and Knowlcs wyre the first time the Crims Tide t
the Ust.Kaki ss 200241 bgt fir 7' If r boxers weir gelling into ("In- ever lost a football game l I.y t.n-
KudriffueK! fMtched a good Solomon, 3b 3 0 1 0 1 1 dilion in daily training at th" point
Same fur Legion and fanned 4 in lIem iqut'z.. c 30 I 8 0 21! NCCS. '

first-three frames. In the second K. Rod'uez. p-lf 300 1 1 O',I Bouts in the mrkne: for th(' Of the 15 homers hit hv Raise

four errors gave the Bombers B. Vil'ol p-lf-lb 3 0 1 0 0 J forthcoming Boxing Nit ht include Ruth in World Series, only four
Inn* runs, in the fourth three Fernandez. If-rf 2 0 1 0 0 0 !J JIngrah Edward Patriauan. SN. wgt. 144.I came with men on h"sc--twu

walks- n1-two hits sent Kaki to ll11. 2b 200300 :: and L Cornish. SN. wcu 145: with one on and two with two.
the howers and Bunsy Villareal A. Rodriguez, rf 0 0 0 0 0 01 I Stanley Simon. FN. wgU 162 and

came in and put out the fire. But Knowlcs, Ib 300610 U.5L"I George Dlnius.; wgt. 160: and'I' Babe Ruth hit 16 home run

in the sixth the Bombers hit the - s t 3 rtl Buddy Garvey. SA. wgt. 143 and with the Laves filled. in his major -
range again und with seven hits,' TubLs23 1 5 21 7 5' T A. Bowler SA wgt. 138. .
: league career.
including a triple by Joe Mira. Runs batted in: Solomon. Mira I I 1 fl A card of six or seven boutsis

send doubles by Sweeting and 2, Jack Villareal! 3, Casado 2, +rt i being arranged and the date of Rube Walbcrg of the Philadelphia I-
Roberts for six runs. The only V : the Shoker will be announced: Athletics Babe Ruth's
Santana Barber sacrifice hit-
sun for l.AciOnmC' in the
secMU 'k.
next:: w { "cousin" during his major
I leading
when twu walks and Sweeting; two-base hits: Roberts.
a single The boxing equipment loanedby league. career Kuth hit 17 I
_by Solomon and AnguieracnjSEtd : Sweeting; three-btre hits: Jack'' the PAL. incluric-: weight bag.speed home runs off him.

the- plate.In Villareal. J. Mira: earned runs: bags gloves, jump ropes

_n.1 Rd the- second Raiders nome the Clowns Legion 1, Bombers 10; shuckout I and. ring. Showers are avail- 'OtU-1% ran, \be' tannest easily aril|
played a great I the finer than
: by Villareal 3. by Rodriguez hi-! and sot-up is taueiit ><; retrieve thick, like
X trw fur the font six inning: that found at omatetir Is,.
balls mahy
4, by Sweeting 1.; bases on I 9 birddogs. i
Mttrheil .
weakened' andbonier
off Villareal 1, off Rodriguez 5 I mg clubs.: .1 I
by L Butler the
tent him to the in showers.seventh off Setting 6; left on bases: : Le-. I .___ __ All interested boxers are in- The ruffed grouse sets hi*, :
I! gk>n G, Bombers 10: stolen Lust .n I viu-d to see Nick Bruzzy at nam from the Latin "boiiasa". I
.. ,jingle gave them run in eight Roberts Casado. Jack Villareal I TELEVISION: Ballet specialties are freauent: headlines in MOVIE:: The struggles cf a ballet dancer frcm he theme 1 1i 11' NCCS for daily training" Monday meaning bison. and was 1>lKiby! !

land f.* r hit gave them! their last Mira, Santana; ; wild pitch: Rodriguez i I video variety shews. Shown here is Dancer Kati.Oi-ine Lee. of "Red Shoes starring Moira Shearer (center: ). through Friday from 5:30 to SfW cesit. by its headlong flight'" j
four rut the Raiders Aloiuo was ; double plays: Villarenl to I I 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday and when flushed. '
-- Sunday afternoon; from 2 to 1
Santana to Mira Roberts to Mir
sale on a fiMers i choice and went I Inr" ,
toltj \J on an error end a pass to Villareal; pitchers summaryhits I', ,,,' ,.cll>ck.: The first- ring-nix-k pheasants
ball put him on third and he off Rodriguez 5 in 3 2/3 in- were imported in 17WI) by an

stcde h>.mr. The second and last nings; winning pitcher; Sweeting: I CalendarSKATING F.ngli--Ji-Tian who married the
run caf e in tin- third. C. Valdez losing pitcher: Rodriguez; time ol, WHY NOT BE S-L..I.t ? 1 Sports daughter of' Benjamin Franklin.

ftinKk-t. :bole. ,e-unci and went tothin' game: I.3C: umpires: C. Albury I III :
when and Araneo.: I Bund-tailed not '
aUhr threw wide to I ; pigeons are
.... '..nt, ai I .erred i .>n a fly to cenUj SECOND CAME Ey BETTY CLARKE AP Ncwsfeatures Beauty Editor >- BavTiew Park.. Night wary except when actively ,I

Sutton had a bad day in the II Clowns IT'S S-O.O.O nice t;> be slim. But it takes hard work. You FRIDAY hunted. They ate gregjrwMisand !
TMif/ and gave the Clowns severalruiui Player- AB R II PO A E can't do it all with diet or exercise alone. A little of both helps 7:30: to 9:00: p.m. gather in tremendous flocks I.

Brown had a field-day and I L Butler ss 4 2 2 2 4 0 says Phyllis Coates, lovely movie star, who illustrates how to except in the mating season.
hit three triples and a double in Smith 2b 5 I 1220 TENNISBayYiew
keep a trim figure:
fiMii ti m.'" aol O.Mrlntoch I Thomas, c-3b 5.1 2 3 5" 1
up hit STREAMLINER (left). Stand feet 6 inches from wall, knees Park. Afternoonsand News( Notes :
tlw iw;ly. In the field Butler] ,j Alee, p 5 1 1 2 2 0 j----- Nights
Stroh and Ant starred for win- Brown Ib] 4 5 4 12 0 1 : ) slightly bent. Press hands shoulders: back head against wall.
C\t.oA. a S. Daily: ] play. For a teen-ager's room: Cover ,
ri -rn and FIlhcr. Gates and Ilono. O. Mcln'h, 3b-c 503402 ) Breathe in slowly.:! Push up into erect position keeping body \I !
fur the 1._..... A. Mclntoch, rf 4 0 2 0 0 0 lirmly against well. Hold for several seconds. a piece of plywood: with felt or

Highlights of Games P. Allen cf '. 5 0 0 1 0 I I D'ya know what the top favorite WALKING! helps! too. she says (center). Push crown of SIIUFFLEItOARD. fel/rk- and fit into old picture

In the tnt game the playing of W. Curly, If 4 0 1 1 0 0 in hats is with America's head up high, swing :arms: slightly. In walking up stairs bodyis (Bay-new Park) 1.,.frame. Hang on wall for memos,
I : dance or a place to pin
Amcuira and Ingraham: i girls? It's the beret- Daily play. i programs
was good - teen-age tilted forward.A
foe U-e LegHtn and Kaki had a Tot.Js.41 10 16 27 13 5 i; pillbox fashioned of felt and: PRETTY BUSTLINE is yours for the chore of doing a simple \" If! ,t f; e costume jewelryVarious -. .a.

bad day in the box although he Red Raiders I j tied under the chin with glamorous exercise. Here 'tis (right). Stand with feet apart. arms : I I SENIOR BASEBALL mosses gathered from

started out well Iuor support cost Player AB R II PO A E ;; mesh veilinq. That's stretched forward at shoulder level. Slowly stretch! arms upward / Municipal Stadium. Afternoon the woods and arranged in a
him many run Villareal was hi thoal'1 C. Valdez. If-cf 4 I I 1 0 0 the hat style that ranked first > i
;' clasp: hands over head: forcing elbows back. Relax and ( SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14- ';; shallow bowl make a decorative
in ate frame and seven Juts Fisher !3 4 0 0 2 5 C,; with 170.UUO entrants in the return anr.s to former position. Breathe in with first position -: ,; .. First Game-Key West Clownsvs. and long lasting centerpiece. l
Cay the Bombers" six runs. A. Acevedo 3b 4 0 1 2 5 1 "Popularity Begins with a Arm-rican'l jion.! :
Jim Albury who. hit so well before j Hat Contest conducted 149 out with second. : :
Cates, 2b 400330 | by I Second Game-Red Raiders vs. : Don't try to ]lengthen an old .
the league is now in a slump. stores in 137 cities and ... .... --- ---.-
Sutton H-cf 4 0 I 0 0 1 I report- '"'!:- '.--" gees -- Atomic Bombers.; fur coat. advise experts. Wear it

.Ji.f.. Mira fanned his first two Alonzo, Ib 4 1 03 10 ed by the Millinery Fashion v >'. ...x. : SUNDAY NOV. 21- as i is.:: All lengths from jacketsto
MIM-S at bat. but his next thew 1
Arango. rf ..__ 300400Rickett. Bureau. Clowns ]
.J iU twu I I t. 9 <.k First Game-Key Wen three-quarter styles, are
singles and
a triple. He Diana Hart of /
rf 200100 Philadelphia ...i.-4 '" vs. Atomic Bombei-s. fashionable.
drove home several runs and i Mitchell, p. 2 0 0 0 0 0 I j won the contest on the basis of trr Second Game-Red Raiders vs.
&bUn and ViHareal hit threesaR4y 0 1 0 0 selecting the hat she liked best t '. I'
Brown p I 0 American Legion. \ In cutting waxed paper to fit I
.. Two aryl Santana stole two ba- - I at a local store conducting : SUNDAY. NOV. 28-- the bottom of take pans, place .
M" flyer were hit to the Totals32 2 3 27 14 2 I the contest, havinq her photograph First Game-Red Raiders v.;. the pan on the paper and trace
outfield lUrbrr, mnc C _t.. got ore and Runs batted in: O. Uclnbich 2. taken in it by the store'si Key WestClown! --. around it -vith a: pencil. then cut
the oilier fur the LegionArtwera I /
A. Mclntuch 2. L Butler Thomas i photographer and submitting Second Game-American Legion out. Or trace around with a
tlie +-raugl.t the only Hy in Alee. Fisher: sacrific? hit: A. [I it to the judges. vs. Atomic Bum : '. .mallh"J Knife and it will not "

aar the mIn Mclntoch; two-base hits: Brown I I One thmj the millinery people! ---- bt' ne:..-.-::a. v ;,0 use a scissors. ._

pf Rruv.Kccund fratiued Konte He the hit hitting three Sultan; three-base: hrt: Brown 3 noticed is that ti on-aRers like to To freshen a veil.: ;I'. ...- It I IsI (;'ea!".' the pan before putting intoe .-

!JryJe* und y ". Llo.&o1IKt Jor 11J4M. D. Mclntoth: home run: L But j Le up t<> then telh in veiliny. I twos sheets ol wax p..pel: !papc1 ,. '
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-*. stfir..f "..II if hs Mub-s ler; earned runs: Clowns 9. Raid i ...----- r' } -- -- '
*' ers'lf out: by Alee 4, ,
Uids. nta.i 12 tarts at firs4k14i4 (i t
dryls \\\1(k. liy Mitchell 2, by Brown 1: ba'?son I a ,
L butler. hit a homer and a bath off Alee 0. off Mitchell I aY :1' Overseas 1 1i

tingle and ftiued two runs and 2. off Blown 1; left on bases: I : i Transportation

had t ri. .*its and 4 OcoMa.O i Clowns 6. Raiders 3; passed balls: II

Mclnt..li hail three hits one Arango, Mclntot-h: stolen bases.
a trlpUan I -1 Th..n\! and A. Me- Butler A. Mclnloch Alonzo 2. i (; ,,- t\ Company Inc. ;I
!nt'.-h hit Valdez, Rickett hit by pitcher.Rickett ) ,
two safely each. P. Alton I \ -.r ;:l t ..:
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in Kiett clump| did not hit ; double play: Aeev.-do t. I \\ ... : :J '-Jo."//.I' t Fafrt, U'J'mlaMc! Fn-ijlil anti! Express: S..nl..e .
hits oardr
aah-h the only Clown and Allen Caws; pitchers' summary: ., "X :: pcaD f
led the I leukue m its Nest half. off Mitchell 10 for 5 tuns in 6 '. :: ) -between-
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AU.. tMtrlieiJ good ball I and ale innings; winning pitcher: Alee:, ; 4 .. 1
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lo>.,e.l. .but. three hits fanned 4 losing pitcher: Mitchell: time ot ",: /
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wuiu noi isMle a flee puss for game: 2.00; umpires: C. Albury. if' y
the Raiders Sutton had a bad Anguiera and Henriqueseiner; : : ,

day in the field Cakes Acevedo. Aguilar. : .;;: ::: J1 : i I Between Miami and Key West

Alon/o. Ftslier. Valdez and Ara- t... ...... .
"' '|{ played a lost l game. Mitchell : :. .:.:. ; : Express Schedule:
allowed. 10 hib and 5 rum and I l:., ., I :
Iltuwn. a runs and 6 hits.ore How They I (No Stops En Route) ;.
SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
Sc- by innings- : l;l: his hert'l'inUhoxfnxliitnicil STRK.tMU\KK: ll'ALKIWi/ IIEU'S: nl.'J1' DEI'ELOPER: I j rives at Miami at 12:00: o'clock Mid. t
First CamB.iinbets LOCAL BASEBALL
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Key West Senior Baseball League j LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT :
Legion B Sweeting, 010 and 000 B.0-Roberts 155 (Municipal Stadium) II rciling look fop ;, comes television and he can't' honor the founder of the Girl I| a plubhy )leopardloth skirt or SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight I

IltMlriiiueVillareal and Henrique ; Club- W. L. Pct. Juniorn in a rwciittest rare tear the kids away fu.tn. it. Nowtht'y Scouts of America Juliette Gor- j trousers or hOU"t'loat--all the i and arrives at Key West at

/ Key West Clowns 3 0 1.000 know every: dance and don Low. who died in 1927.: Mrs. rage now with college girl and I 6:00 o'clock A.M. '
2 1 .667 I!
Second Cams Red Raiders comedy routine in the businessand Low is one of the few women debutantes. The --kirts are worn Local Schedule:
Bombers 1 2 .333 Feathers also caught their eyes.
Clowns. 010 111 141-10 16 5 I American Legion 0 3 .000 Most of them said they select; al I, M. D. i ii struck with five ever accorded such an honor. with black or brown taffeta I (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
lUidrrs 011 000 QUO- 232 j i hat because it; is becoming and'; potential star Says Morton: "If Some of the others were Martha blouses] ; the trousers with. wool I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
AK 1I1.wU.. Brown. and Arungu. irm vmSMILE/ ? j I i i tamers they) piobably turn out Susan B. Anthony and Clai Bur-1)| coats are trimmed in brtht: .ml A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
o'clock P. M.
Beware. Mice Wouldn't you to be busa.v opt:styrs. But ton. 01 Kit-en.' Peifect I t<> chaste thrI
Shot Misses No Cause j I know teen 1 here I'm trving to distourage It. !1 I blues away. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
that pretty soon a
I and ions what h-PPt' ... Sammy Kaye. who, conducteda !I SUNDAYS) at 3OOVclock A. M. and ;
i lager would be elected chairman arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock .
To Interfere 13-week national contest to<'
,Deer) Lassoed of national cat week. This honor j Card Collectors!] Most people find "Miss America Co.Ed."I i 4TesL'lS. I P. M. ;

Constable Pardon, miss, but :> goes tc 15-year-old John Newton can't figure out why it shouldbe finally found her. The pietty 1

I ARAMIE. Wyu. Disgusted' there ain't no swimmin allowed i;I lof Columbus. Ohio., a University I so much fun but card collecting Pattie Cotter of Louisiana State i (You may write Vivian Brownin FREE PICK.UP( and DELIVERY
wK.-n l be' -IKit at a detr and uiisi. I in this: lake. ;i| .high school junior. again is a popular hobby with University selected by a jury of I care of this paper about news SERVICE t

.' I i. L III Starr a ranchvr: was Girl Why didn't you tell me Talent] Will Out Morton the kids They trade pk>yin*: experts got a screen contract for !l''of your own gang.) I FULL CARGO INSURANCE ;

d. -rmined t.) gvt tilt! buck. Dis- I before I donned my bathingsuit i Downey very carefully has been i cards to get uifftrent! back de- her trouble.] I i MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton .& Fraud Bta. t t

raixiitw Ms sun, Iw g"tn hwImr4 1 I I keeping his 'five little teetMrsI !signs. I!! I A barrel 01 crude ull l usually, : PHONES: 92 AND 93 ii
>. uiu-mlttl a lariat and roped Constable There air no law] ; i*>ys, I girl)) away from Broad-m I ] If you see spots before your contains about 870 cubic feet <.( .. .

U.e U.. .r. I &SAaf' putting en a b..thins EUlt.. iway.Sv what .happens Along 1 A new three. cent stamp evil!J'1 eyes this tall it probably will te: oaf in >irlittlVrl. i -, : : .-' -- '- -


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I Congregation IPNai Zion Opens 'Calendar Of 1 .a1.

NEWS LOUISA'S I Auto Fire :''ti I
School Coining LETTERV
WWA | Sunday ; Record Attendance \ Events i ...
GOLEY I The Congregation B'nai Zion']I jdergarten. for children three V V MO DA Y. NOVEMBER 8- An automobile earned by Mrs. :; ,

Phones. The C-ltizen Office-Sl opened Sunday: its with Sunday a recordbreaking'lottJndance. School last i iI ]'I years of sac juvi upward aa Intermediate ;: Meeting Poinciana P.-T. A !i: Dear Louisa: V Victor Moffeu caught: fire *jt 9:>9 :lIe :

Residence-62g..XJ I : i Class of first-year. history I 8-00 P.M. School Auditori i Here is my problem. I have a very bad crush on a hoy,! pjn. Saturday at WhuehcaiS *t.d
nllllllllllllllllllIIII1UlIUllll( i Supplementing the teaching V I and a third class: for advanced Week"urn. "American Education I''I j!! of! 21 and; I cm only sixteen. This boy is just the type I like., Southard streets.; .f,

OI'Iillg Night Of "ElSI j staff from last year, Mrs. Sandra I pupils in history. traditionsand I Speaker Program.Dr. Lester. Guest Cancer quiet well mannered reads good; books
.41 Ly""e" 'siHjcrman V and Miss: May Kaplan,I customs of Ute religion, supervised Film to be Shown. AH mesa-j j I am not t>oy crazy although I hare 9000 with a lot of them. ;' soon put the fire out. There was

Han Tlclre Tonight | will be a new teacher, Miss Mitzii by Rabbi Abr.htmSchwartz. I hers Urged to Attend, and! This boy is a aopbomore in coflege and I am a junior in I little damage.
i Hose: CarLoad m ii iir
Sunday V :ll high schoaL He is not Lk
Public is Invited to This especially: good looking but neither am:k I t ----- -
; School 1
I Cuptuin is Mitchell
Prevailed Ky Key Wc.sl I Appel- t Meeting. I, although other people say I oca crttroctaT This boy alwaysgives I Medical Test Prored Tfcb\
Players j routh! and] the Class. Secretary Ira There is also a daily religious /.
: Opening Night "East i me a big bUo Gad to talk with
,*e* nisuary ., I I SiUx-rmin. V. school where ctases are held fourFdays Lynne",, stops toe pad seems inereste.d Greet ta Reeve HONTEUn
threatens 8:30: P.M.. Barn t in what I have
Jane Theater. Performance to He is
C-.I Gibson There ( say. always shy himself
we mean just feat and young Miss I arc throe classes: KmI ,- a week at 3:30: to 5:30.M1tN' : 01
-..- twatgbt at Ue ) to be Donna Williams, the Messrs. Da-; "I Each Night This,, With acme other boy. ;If .
Bam .
1betje a-' --- ---- --- --- W ". What would
vid (0( fEMALE PAINS
rbea, at S 30. the 'J Newton, Gerald Saunders ndV you suggest that I'!
riff UPON the curtain wilt V John de Poo. I TRIUMPHAL ENTRY t1i I Gill Scouts Purchase: Juliette I could do to make him like me CIVIC CROUPS. V
cpMu anitbtEd West Players':'j| The "production is under the I V : Gordon Low Commemorative s KW.! *? My girl friend says we ,j jcould (Continued From Page One) t Art you troubled' by distress cf f..
preaentatiaa male runrUonal dWrDauscaal -
: Lynne. vf direction of Mrs. Gertrude Rick- (Continued From Page One) J Continued From Page One) I I Stamp at Post Office. give a party. What do you I great man ,and as a result of the Liars this mootliiy make jroa ......
This tteathless etts: stage manager, Ruth New- | : the pupili; .and their 5QYcf: the White House in Wash.ington. Ceremony and Photographs. think best? ; from pain feel M --.. vr*k.
4 4maculata i
spiritual work and
erful-posaUjr even pow- too; choreography, Maleka 1 :i relatives: cad friends were asscna- and go wherever the : 4:30: P.M.TUESDAY I ANSWER: {' cooperation of :V toifb-nruas try Lydu.E.l'tnkbam'curb _.V",g TbraBo fcbl.
overpoweriaf Brown; Lighting I j bh-l.! They cheered NOVEMBER 9- This many his welcome onto tile Compound to irlim
melodrama has, during Russell AlI Mr. Truman. : President goes. For anything that boy probably considers *aehtomsl &JDIp.
I U.rt generations of its popular the blight and John Payne; construction -i.Sewn blUe.girls held flower-be- :happens to the President or (-vlerytliing Regular Monthly Meeting of you Just a cute little girl and is,,Island was spectacular." proved' IB rmurk&blT a rrcmt medial'bripf tM to_$10_
ity. pulled mure sobs from Albert Gibbs, Clint Giese &'ckext letters spelling nut the news-anti Division Street Elementary I evidently not very interested in 1'i i, Commendation goes to Girl V I cu troubled. tta Way Aaq drMs.lVflh& .
ence*' throats than audi Fred Iieci.er Joseph Shadley and (, word, "Welcome." does is : School P.-T. A., 7:45: P.M.. in girls at present Of course you'' Scouts of the senior troop under V E.PIHKHAM'S'RAIN

play with the possible any other Hay Searcy; scenery, Cyril MarI']I| The negro band blared forth must be filed at once.j School's Auditorium. Guest could give a party and invite the leadership of Mrs. Marion kIUlil_ ;

I V of "Madame X" which exception shall Nan Giese. John Boatright, ithe I notes: of "Happy Days Are j The majority of the newspaper- Speaker Principal Earl E. him and if he comes you may be Starck. It was they who prepar-
is waiting for your reporter -I,,Eaii Rectanus, Burt Garnett and j!{ Here Again," while a rooting section [ men with the President's party hamilton I able to impress him a little bit I'I I ed over 1,000 small American

I'layers tu get into their the Barn Jean Kirke; costuming Isadore !j of the Douglass High School i covered the 22,000-mile trips tak- Regular Meeting, Key West more than you are able to do,, flags for distribution along the
tackle next. heads to i Dowser: advertising. Janice I(cheered the President. i jen by Mr. Truman when he was Woman's Club 3:30 P.M.. at now. But he is a good bit older j'I I President's" route.

, This East Lynne" deals : White and Alice Laughn; properties "The Missouri Waltz" was 'campaigning for re-election. Clubhouse on Duval Street. than you and it may be that !!I Students of the Convent of

, as assorted a pack of with ,. Janice White and Eliza- I played all along the route followed -\ The newspaper and press asso- Study Group Harris School I you'll find him so attractive because Mary Immaculate, Division street

i as was ever gathered characters beth Jamieson; prompter. Lee by the President. The iciation I I correspondents here with P.-T. A., 7:45 P.M., at Harris he seems more grown up!I school Douglass High School, Will not beat in on your
together !
, the on Pollock; publicity Jessie str.oincame from the Iresident? include: than the boys of I i and.inemebrs of the ,
boards to pit wits Gibson: I a recording School Auditorium. Guast your own age. i' Key West t and furnishings: when
'l' each other ranging from against \' program Emily Goddard and played on a sound truck. J Ernest B. Vaccaro The Associated Speaker Mrs. Charlotte Has- A girl of sixteen is just at the High School band and of the WeJlers J I showers catch: you with
. tome of sweetness the epi- box-office. Lee Goddard. j I Tie Key West High School Press: Robert Nixon, International kins; Subject "Lesson: Trou age when she finds herself in ::: band are to be congratulated IV I windows while
: the utter dregs of and light to''I The between-the-acts oleos are I j Band Girl Scouts and pupils of News Service: John L.. ble"! : also Film. Public In- l love with love and she has to ,, for the effort they put into the V if open home yew is
: ness will villany. Good-directed by George Mills White, !the I High School assembled at Cutter, United Press Association:; vited. fasten her affection on someone. :! dernenstration. away your p

: make no mistake triumph about in the end and will consist of such provoca- ; Caroline and Simonton streets. 'i(Joseph: Fox, Washington Star:;: Regular Semi-Monthly Meet Whomever she selects she usually I-j The Overseas Radio Co., sound I Iccicd with ;

in the meantime that. but tive things as Flirty Gerty and i: They arrived at the intersection William My lander, DesMoines ing. Ladies Auxiliary VFW credits them with wonderful truck, from which the strains of I

struggle for itself,it and has a titanic i i i the French soubrettes, Nanette j jat 2:30: p.m. and the band playedC; Register; Anthony Leviero New 8:00: P.M., at Club Home on qualities and traits that they I,I the Missouri Waltz, came forth, Ii i m& !

the odds against it sometimes :: lYvetle Fifi and Suzanne; "Only j I several selections foofer arrival -!! ZOTK junes. Elizabeth Street. lack. So your hero may not be ]:;seemed to make a particular tvi ......
so hopeless seems to be j'''a Bird in a Gilded Cage" and V,I of the Presi<<:Wit.I i j t Edward Folliard Washington i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10- the lovable creature of your imagination along the route.. I 1o..M. .
as not to be worth ; Post, Carleton Kent J 1in I ss: 0.......,
bothering about. ,I "Fiddle Faddle. Participants in Mr. Truman's automobile slow- ; Chicago Business Meeting Navy Wives V and if you do succeed 1 Several business firms donatedV 5..en.tdsii
Members of the the oleos include Miss Jessie I I ly passed the Guard of Honor of 'Sun-Times; Bert Andrews, New I Club No. 88 2:00 P.M. at St.V i attracting his attention you j I i materials and services and hundreds _
Lynne" include cast of "East Gibson, Randy Cooper and Nan i Arthur Sawyer Post of the Amer- j York Herald Tribune; Jack Doherty Mary's Parish Hall. may be disappointed in the end, I' of individuals made cash I CssU.t.U VVV
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Denny Gi<'Se. Kitty Dry and Dad jean Legion. Mr. Truman New York Daily News; However if really do contributions toward .
Diehl. Dr. (who's I placed you ,, defraying ::
Dee ,
William Call. Dr. {j i he) Eli Vi.iock I i!! his hat ;jack Bedl, Time Magazine Phil i Jaycees 8:00: P.M. Speaker the I ,
Nathaniel E. Johnnie de Poo i over his left breast out of ; I think you are in love with him expenses; jnvolved. 1 w4j
Fowler Dr. J. Lancelot Lester Jr.
Mesdames Sam Seay, Anne respect for the American Dodd, Chicago Tribune; Earl Rei- best is to I i A committee headed
Ethel Carleton and i I Flag your course go on I j by Paul:: 4"--
Markley Gibos. j'i W. E. Fowler to Show Film, j 1; "
Smith. Jane Susie King Hugh Bredin and Ruth Newton. wtiJoh one of the uardsmen held. chert, Scripps Howard Newspai ; I being friendly well groomed and J. Sher is responsible for getting .._' 'Vf;
'The Traitor Within"
Snyder and Janice East The U. S. i pers; Joseph Short Baltimore natural. the funds J :
Maloney :] Lynne" is in three 'acts I I I Marines formed a act ; together and is to bo' 5t
White also Miss Jessie .: and six scenes. snappy guard of honor at the Sun; John .T. Carleton, Cox i Regular Monthly Meeting. Good luck, !i commended for its hard work. $Ino(....

--- ---.--- I,1 I trance to the Naval Station enI I Newspapers; Ed Darby Teans- Woman's' Auxiliary of Monroe -V Louisa. :: John Spottswood chairman of the ......Icr i
-- ---- ''grounds. radio Press Service. County Hospital, 4:00: the I c.-.
Girl Scouts To 1' Navy officers and en- I P.M: at Hospital. Public In- I Dear Louisa. I i'I arrangements committee was ........
Purchase listed men lined the block-long} '\ Charles Van Devanter New.York My husband died last month assisted by Will Albury Gerald' "....
rail to the Little White House. Post: Winn Booth, Boston vited. '; and the children want me to sell Saunders and Al Mills. ;: cc..c.L'9".... __ (

Founders Commemorative I I Mr. Truman left his automobile 'Post; Carl McCsrdle, Philadelphia 'i THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11- i my place and come live with ,i The only other function planned I II t....
{ Stamp I right after it entered the station Bulletin]] ; Thomas Reynolds, Sewing Committee. Woman'.., I I them. But I have lived here all in connection with the Pres- I

Today In grounds and inspected Marines. .Chicago Sun-Times. Auxiliary of Monroe County i my life and am well and hearty.V ;'; ident's visit is a seafood dinner ; \m."IS.; fJ..P-QtfS tJ.cgzLld
Ceremony At Postoffice I she President talked easily with Radio correspondents, William hospitaL 2.00 P.M., at Hos- I My skster lives with me but she for visiting newsmen. This will! : 01011 /

Uirl Scout Week ended Saturday last July 3rd national i! several of the Marines and sevmed :Hillman, Mutual Broad-<:astlng t pital. Those desiring trans- j works and could board some- :;i be scheduled for later in thei ; Lo--aal.t: : .lcl..cli..g .._.,.
recogni- ; in i System: Frank Boursholtzer, Na- pollution, please call Mrs. I where if I did selL I have i week.I ._ ....
with a beach picnic for the tion was given to Mrs. no hurry to get the inspection I enough : I 1>: ; block 4i! fb .sd ..
Low's con-j I over with. ,tional Broadcasting Company Rutt, 420-W. j jWoman's live if I careful J I ......... ."
I I i iI income to on am ] i aCoW "" c.- "
girls; and leaders held in the afternoon :i I tribution to American life. It is I "Your men look mighty nice" 'John Adams, Columbia Broad- but I could probably have more'i j I I fabric) panel sewn in the 1.I kdaina,. U faulty ......4 wi"i.4sss

but the Girl Scouts had I' the an honor to her memory and to i( said the President to Major Haruju ''casting:, System: Keith Williams, Hospital; I i luxuries if I lived with my ,,, back -of .a suit skirt as a lining Ki!-f* pc'li.>g ....__. .
I' far-reaching program of j NH n.n_." J'A; S _i.-p PDe I i i will I CI hK'xl: H3f*' a busy it
day keep from
yesterday also as' n. iiayes, .r, commanding children. sagging or
they turned out en masse to greet _1 training and in citizenship, resourcefulness officer of the Marine detachment.The j enginee: and Charter; Heslip, 'i Muj: j I To I What do you* think best. buJgi11g.PIMPLES. r Pavmrat
President Truman. They had assisted she brought which j President's airplane "IndepenJence" -j tual. I Auxiliary I SixtrfiveCOfln'ANSWER I II ) t.t CALL-PHONE
;; to the of
girls :
our j I Photographers, Charles Corte -KEY WEST-
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the Chamber of Commerce 1 I arrived at Boca Chica j :
with the flags to decorate :!: country.The Girl Scouts who took the Naval Air Field at 3:45: p.m. A ,i Acme Newspictures; William Al- I. Hold Meetings I Stay where you are is nay ad : I VENETIAN BLIND

the city in preparation for the' most orders for large sign on the operations i'len, Associated Press Photos; I I vice. A woman who has managed -j* A"' .,.. J.i-s.o,
President's the Girl Scout j Thomas McAvey, Life :Magazine There will be a meeting of the DOWT SOUWS: TleDtI J.--s. w..aa_
building read : like fish .
arrival. : 1 cookies Congratulations j her own home is a KLUREX bow __ V Sv.ei. ua.a,
rtcently will take I j tM f&
Today there will be a ceremony '1 I inent in prom- Mr. President." j William Wallace New York Womans Auxiliary of the Mon- i out of water when,. she goes to a.d v''s' -C* ta.-u I : 123 DUVAL :

in the Post Office at 4:30: o'clock 1]I I They are part Betty today's ceremonies Among those greeting the President -I I News Photos; All Muto, International roe County Hospital held at 4:00 I live with other people and has are trial,fc"llat.Mexiiia a (mar medicaud aafo tbat liquid rttanTa thi. .t. !
Bowery Fay Wil- f fir .wre.f.eUTEUTUE
when the I were Mayor A. News photos. I o'clock afternoon at'L I ""so the al tifriita) i dii 1iif
girls will purchase the, Hams Maitland Wednesday no say about sousekeep-1 1 I I -; a =
Sylvia Taylor AM far
first stamp issued in commemoration Russell: Photographs and will Elizabeth -, Adams, and Captain Cecil C.]| Newsreels, Charles Mack:, I the HospitaL ing. 1 j I I[ eovHr CUZItrX* >tifrt>*fill ckifiH 4ru ..: 49c: j WITI08T "
i betaken C
I of the j Add! !, USN commander of IMGM News of the Day; James The wishes : have -
birthday of the of the event. Key I i j Auxiliary to stress> You- nd your sister can: ,I
founder of the organization, Ju- j' It has been announced tliatI ,V V West Naval" Base.Otht.rs j|\Thomas Lyons, Universal Newsreel L; I| that this meeing is open to thepublic privacy and not have to be under i t
liette Gordon Low. there will be included Captain Frank Cravenm Paramount I and that they invite new ,obligations to anyone as long: as I
. When President Trwnan sign- j I| day evening of a meting this week held at 7:30 Fri. Busey USN; Captain A. G. W. i News; Al Simonson, Fox Movie-V I membership into the OJ'ganiza-i J you have your own home. You 1 For Immafattf IX-lhvty nt '
: tone News
ed the Congressional bill author- j o'clock of the leaders Mcradilen, USN; Captain J. A. ]; ; Malcolm McWilliaiis,j ion, everyone being eligible bbecome S can have guests when you want ,
wag the Juliette Gordon Low'I I tlun of Girl Scouts Associa- I: Farrell, J.-, USN: Captain C. E. :! Fox Movietone News; Murray Alj a member. them and take care of the grandchildren j I II I

I three-cent commemorative stamp j I! I louse. at Wes-ley Wt' lkI.'y. USN; Captain W. A.V i iICarruthers j vey, Warner's Pathe News. I The Sewing Committee of the I. when" you want to and i j I
i USN; Captain O. A.V !i! Television, Gradford Kress, Auxiliary will have its regular: not because you have to.
'--- ---- ------ --- : Smith USN; Captain J. R. Lee,V i New York News; Joseph Vadala, I Ii I weekly meeting at 2:00: p. m. on !, There would have to be a great I j

Rev. James. II. MacConnell\$ | USN: Captain Allen B. &nnis- ; NBC Television and Harry Tug- Thursday at the Hospital, and I many luxuries to take the placeof
O lie i yer USN. and Captain T. A. Ar-: tinder IMP-INS Televi ...p.i I all those: desiring transportation j' 'the independence. and privacya

| rowsmith USN commanding of- J; White House staff menilx-rs.: i I to this meeting are asked to call I ,I person enjoys in her own home. I
Guest Speaker At Woman's. Club I[ firs of the various i I: Dewey Long William Hindmi, Mrs. Rutt at 420-W. Louisa.

.,C the Key West coxnpontnbI. I and Harry Charnley. I i

'V Meeting Tomorrow; Afternoon : The civilian delegation included -i: Western Union O. D. McEachjern : I Harris School I Address Your Letters to: i"T
| City Manager Ralph D. Spald- t I W. L. Jenkins, II. B. (jate '"LOUISA". O. BOX 532. II III
The meeting of the Key West I There will also be discussed at i I ing. Judge William V. Albury;: wood Lloyd Free, Lionel Young : I I Orangeburg. S. C.

, Woman's Club to be held tomor- the meeting general plans for a'i John Sputtswootl. Albert J. MiII .1 1 C. S. Linkins and Charles Rollins..1 Study Group; MeetsTomorrow i
row afternoon at 3:30: at the Frank Bentley] Gerad! Saunders i Harry Knapp and Ccl. L. M. : llUInl..1
i delegation of members! of the lo- I ; I
Clubhouse on Duval street promises B. C. Papy, state representative:[ ,Frost repnimt the Eastern:: Airi NightTh ; illIIIRlIIIIIIUIIIIIIit! !
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; to be an exceptionally interesting ccl Club to attend the General and George O'Kell state i lines. I .
o rejire-
t one. ': Federation of Women's Clubs I svntativi'-elect of Miami. j There are also eight: Secret .- Study Group of the Harris I Whafs Doing t tI

Mrs. William R. Warren Chair- V convention to be held in Ft. Lauderdale Greetings were quickly spoken| ;:, Service men with the group. I : school' will iceet tomorrow :I at theARMED :

I' man of Public Welfare Dept. of on November 20th. to the President and Mr. Truman ; I I I' evening at 7:4.: ; in the School SERVICES :
the Club will present the guest ; cnterid the automobile for the! | I'KKSIDKNT{ : SPKNDSI Auditorium. The public is invited /

speaker of the afternoon Hl'v.l' j The Club also plans to present live-mile trip to town. Seated I I ;; (Continued From Page One) I I I to attend and,1 this meeting I Y.M.C.A.: 1

James II. MacConnell. Rector of !! President Ti uman with a copy of I with him were Mayor Adams and I I'passage. work' was immediately 'I should I he largely attended since I: Jackson Square. Whitehead I jfr/V

I t St. Paul's. Rev. Mac Connell is i the Key West Cook Book, sponsored Captain Adell.Members resumed. I the subject of the evening is oC and Southard Streets
I chairman Monroe County District by the Woman's Club, since oi the White House Arrived at the beach the President I vital intvreto all parents with 'uueiimIeuuuaiNulIlDtiiIllllllflllllllllllfllltlltllllllW 5=
of the Social l Welfare Department I this book contains not only a family arrived with Mr. Truamn. went inside the little building I, children' in the school.Mrs. II MONDAY: I S
and 'his talk will deal with what i striking picture of the Little They included Presidential As V and quickly! changed into Charlotte Haskins, the 9:00: P.M.-Juke Box dance.

fine things the Woman's Club and I White House, but also the recipeof sistants John R. Steelman, William blue bathing suit. There were attendants t a- I Ut-st speaker of the evening. has I "Truth or Consequences "- >-iTiTh

t other civic organizations can accomplish Mrs. Trull1 m's fcmious puddins. D. Hassett and Jonathan ||: at the beach. and Mr. i chosen as her tht-me "Lesson I Quiz Show. fl

along these lines. J Raleigh N. C., editor and Administrative !; Truman soon appeared ready for I T.ouhlt'. ," and here! will also be TUESDAY: S .
i P.M. board
7:30 Shuffle
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--- -- -- _________ __'__. I Assistants Eben Ayersm i'a dip in the ocean. I I a tihn shown. the V.:2' i
stasis on patio:
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Bray } For a time he sat
quietly .
One Hundred Percent Membership and USN.Admiral William D. Leahy ing to several l of his talk-I: I Son Horn Toj WEDNESDAY 9:00: PJII.. -Theatre Group ses-j .

then in a few minutes l
1:00 P.M. Hospital Fishing .1It
Stressed' Ky Division St. School P.- !'. A.: pal Stanley tment chief Woodward of protocol state; Gen de- ''out the sunshine.on the beach Later for after a little testing of[ !j I I III r., Mrs.. JlIII'SIIuiizoiul 8:00: P.M.--Dance Class (Begin- I .;

eral Harry H. Vaughn, USA the ners.)
Parents Urged To Attend Meet TuesdayOne Captain Robert L. Dennison;,; with temperature a tentative of toe, the the Pres watt-r l-!:'j I j 9.00 P.M.-"Ye Party"Ole. Country j sT I,it LI G
USN. his
Army and Navy aides dent
;; sank in and (
soon swam out'
hundred percent signupof crating with Mrs. Jenks. Some of V Brig. General Wallace Grahan, to the rope barrier. A son was born in the Monroe (Square Eancin', Virginia -

members will be stressed at j the mothe.s have mailed 'postcards personal physician to Mr. Truman After sunning himself again: I County Hospital at 6:10: o'clock Reels).
,I yesterday morning to Mr. and THURSDAY:
the of the Division street the President in
meeting ; to non-members urging went and donned
I Mrs. James Hammond 612 3:00 P.M.-Photo Class.
It is expected that Mrs. Tru :
Elementary School's Parent- the light tan suit. Then !
j that they join as soon as possible. stepping The .
man and his daughter : ington street. baby 9:30: PJ.I.-Dance. Ochestra.
Teachers Association scheduledfor Margaret;, briskly, the President walked : wash-I
b 7:45: p.m. tomorrow. i i November is the final month of i! will join the President here during I back toward the Little White six pounds, eight ounces FRIDAY:

Mrs. Henry Jenks chairman V the membership drive. the next week of his stay.Vice Huu.se. i been named Bruce 8.15 P.M.-MoV. ,, Bridge PM- This is the time when Friends

of the membership committee. to- .!! Guest speaker at the meeting ,, President-Elect Alben W. :Nearly all the newspapermen j ties.SATURDAY and relatives drop in when formal
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Barkley and J. Harold Apply To IVClApplications .
day reminded parents of studentsin tomorrow night will be Earl E. j I I McGrath 11 u i cume iicre irom washington| )
'J 8:15 P.M.-Movies.
the school who have not already -! Hamilton principal of the Divis- Democratic National Chairman, with the President are planning I : famlt/ dinners, buffet service, or simple

become members of the ion Street School who will talk are expected" here later. to make the next two weeks a j I for marriage h- 10:15 P.M.-Second show (same refreshments are in order. And these the .jI.
feature) Ie
organization to make it a pointto j; on "Foundation for Betteri The President is scheduled to I sort of holiday. I j censes were filed Saturday with V
be present tomorrow night. i. Schools and Educational Pro- rest quietly at the Little White I They are going swimming fishing I| County Judge Raymond R. Lord I SUNDAY.: when fine sterling silver adds rich beauty to
with her House. There are no receptions; and are to i by Gordon D. Brindley, 22, of the 9:45: AJkl.--Java Club.
Mrs. Jenks, along gram. going indulge in a 2:00 your table reflects discriminating
committee members, is conducting 1 A report of the Room planned and none will be with- | little golf at the Key West Golf : U. S. Navy and Virginia Carolyn P.M.--Classic Hour. your j
a vigorous campaign with its '. meeting held last Mothers'l out th.* specific consent of the ; Club. Some of them are going to i Holme 20. of 35-A Naval Air, 9:00 PM.-Coffee Fellowship and Hour. taste. Decide now that your table will be j

goal 100% membership. This will be given I/ the President.If he i 1'I tak" a run over to Havana. i iI I Station: by Nestor Dole. 20. of 517 nuts. dough- with Gorham Sterling. Our showing of Gorhafn parteras
win for the school the P.T.A. blue J report will reveal follows his usual proce- j I "I've been every foot of the Petronia street. and Mary Var- "
ribbon award a coveted prize of '' reached! by the mothers on a i" dure. the President will loaf tour the President took throughout gas. 26. of 1125 Grinnell street I awaits your choice see them now.

all P.T-A. units. | number of subjects of general in- j about the Naval Station, taking : the country." said Joseph Fox :;J and by Ralph J. Arias, 24 of 1520t I RELIEFAT LAST

Room Mothers are also coopllll"liers."lli -j jterest to the school's P.T.A. !"short walks. and auietlv' sfinp !i of the Washington Star. "There Catherine street, and Mable DaViS -It'TIHHtlZEl ;

.____ .. I things that go on in the 'Ni j j|I were about 32.000 miles of the I t! 21. of 818 Ashe street. 'fir..l t.OlUliM J
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I|I I various trips taken by the Presu- COUGH pk..z .1T. "'!!J ..dMcId TOU
; .Albury at the latter's office on Later he is expected to give |' dent. And I'm tired of traveling: I\j\Personal i Mention; *. 5.5. 1x..
I I sorne thought of his official du- so while fm in Key West I'm '' Cretmulsiooreliesesprompdybecauwit
Whitehead street. ties. i going foes right to the teat of be trouble :
Mrs. Sidney Mathews sister of !I is to do just "w hat the President i j Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Scott have to help loosen and expel germ laden POLLOCK'S'IJM4
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Marriage doing-rest. j jI :!, returned to their home at Leon phlegm/ and aid future to soothe and _
the bride acted as her attendant. I i Homemade soups made with j.I I "I'm also going to make this my j; and Johnson Streets after spend- : heal raw, ,tender inflamed bronchial' \' // QU4LITYJEWEL
This; Morning; and Charles: ; E. Saunders son of tneat or fish stock should be simI vacation" said Jack Deal of Time 'I;, mg the summer at Lake: Port- mucous membranes.Tell sour druggistto i '
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best I reeled rather than boiled. Barley M .lgazme. "I may go over to Havana ,1 sell:/ >ou a bottle of Creomuuiooiih
the Detroit '
groom. was man. ;age: near Michigan.
lice and noodles, if used : for a day but the rest of the the understanding you must lilt QS
i: The the
Marguerite A. Gold this morn Immediately following 1 I : the should be added toward the end time I'm going to enjoy the sun former winter Scotts visitors are among who have the say it quickly alIas the cough I -
ing became the bride of CharlesI. ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Saunders of the cooking. Use, the tops of'and the sand." I or ou are to bav money back. V .

Saunders at a simple: ceremony -I I Jilt by plane for Havana on theirhoneymoon. celery and a few spiigs of pars-: II I j i and purchased are now homes residing in!!: Key pta-uuean-West CREOMULSION: I 50UL STREET
V. Uy for good Darer I "EXPERIENCED
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tl< i ti Modes of the Moment Like A Woman?

___ ,-By DOROTHY ROE: w Newifeatares WriterA
lady named Mis. Bj Kidd
(yes. Bj) has written a book!

t ti : ti1 c sayinq that it's all riqht and

: not to worry if you're a woman :

I who can't keep your checkbook t { i iwi S.I .
; j straiqht and can't seemto -

..1 1Sr tI tITh keep within your budqet.That's .

way women are
9t Mrs.' Kidd says and any woman
( who isn't casual and
dreamy about her bookkeep-
im 1s* dither? 'scared of her

a bank or.has a husband keep
inq a sharp eye on her transaction's. -

Mrs. Kidd. who Is a success-

s : I ful adv rli:inq executive in
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T t l { Philadelphia has written
t' i book! called "Women Never
1 its Go BroV'" ." She c p'tins.' in

200 pages, this whole business _
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!! .+l "nen. women and money. I -
c think her book is the greatest: I,i'. Ph". i

thinq of the because I'lnever
F year RUSSELL B. LONG. U S. senstor-elrcj !rem.Louisiana blows
worry about a bouncing
a check aqain. :out the candles on cake at his 30th birthday celebration in homoat

__ She says that one of the m&indifferences I Baton Rouge November: 3. Thus he became old enough: !

between men and occupy the senate scat he had won in the general election the
JI 0Y women is money. When a woman day before. His four-year-old daughter Kay watches. Long

: t : Li looks at a greenback she is the con of the late Senator Huey P. Long and is the nephewof
: really is seeing an olive green Louisiana's Gov. Earl K. Long. 1

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.a A'eio I'/Y.' / Security Council Members,

I S i
URUY couNr

} I dEc Ftilo
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--,- t.til.lt: l\TEH AHEAD' In rttal-slmrt Rivlin/ tinman* "/ Juslintn ,1-/ IfliKU/V .sU' ,1.1\ . LacL1L ;
Y (;I./UI/\/ -
signersurn In irariiit/i first; style/ licxl. Ih-rr fir' I fit trinli-r rods tchicltilliattrnh' Aftcr-firv Areas of beige
Cray iroontcnnnn
i tires skirt / the practical; nature of today irrinnn, / irifiwpl''/' ,
I I designed by O #> n t c r- of blue woof/ with tlttnhlc. slwrcx, Iriinint'd in nnlria fur lilrsnlii/ dot blini.se. I'nll skirt I if

i gourd, of // 7in-//i; rIt 5/r nigh', broirn />i/",-,./,,l/i CQilt icilli ,' r-ir rinrr roller lrignc l liyM. find IH-pin ja1,1.mode.I .. e
low French 1 I
1"/mr : "hU"T
I .--.- ... -- >, --.......... -
cloche of fur felt with a coq
: feather. or a doctor's bill
t t; marked "paid.: or Junior receiving -
his diploma from Yale.
I When a man sees an engraving:
t? r
;w. r, of George::: Washington he's thinking One of the tasks completed by the L'-N. General Assembly meeting
about it as part of his fortune in Paris was the election of three non-permanent members to the
whether it's a little one or Security Council to replace the outgoing members whose terms had
,f'I a big one. Money is a medium of expired. Above are shown from left to right, Dr. Guillermo Belt. I

exchange to women-good for Cuba;Mr.Finn Moe,Norway:and Ahmed:Mohamed Khachaba Pasha
only what they can receive for it.1 Egypt; who represent the countries elected to serve for two years.
Money to a man is power and po- ,
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;: sition.Mrs. Kidd isn't quite as Hat I IT ILL YOU SMILE? "II..11.1. YOti SMILE' ?

about the thing as that, but thit'i .
the general idea. She points out.here's Reverse the AtlagcWhcl Rivals InLanguage
boundto; be quite a lot of
a confusion as a result, because
f'J motorists speed( down on
most bankers arc men and most
wt of the people with money to you. "
J t i ra s spend are women. She's even And you desire to book Old Lady (in Now Yurll)_
pulled together some figures Their numbers, let the prowtb Isn't it wonderful how a single

iir about how women spend 85 percent go poiccmn; can dam the flow of
c "t 4 r ys istr S : of- the money, women own And leap before you look. traffic"

;;>0 per cent of corporation :stuck Coy-"Yes. (rimOll'. but you
and so on. / should hear the bus drivers."
What's In A Name? ,
Most females 2' iiroun-J all ---- ---
5.1 .1 heir livcs feeling; a little cuilty i i stnsis'nsT.E; : (: [.
+F ail ITHACA. N. Y.-Student publicity -
t \S because they can't figure: out ,
S (Continued From Page Om-)
I the to-do about finances. They chairman at Cornell University -
hereafter not later than the 10th
a m i. try to understand: all the forms I is A. P. Story. Jr. his full
.i 55 day of the fallowing month
s and fill out all the papers their name is Austin: P. Story, Jr.. and
They can be milled directly tithe >
husbands and bankers seem to I his fraternity brothers refer to
A'regional olfice P. O. Box .
think him "Associated i Press.
r arc very important.The as : I
1791, Miami 10.
thing liked best about the I
a book next to the comfort and fog mistakes, and you always .! Use of hand-made paper \MZ-
&S Yf security I felt after: reading it- have much more money than for packing loud started in the
A I ii. Mrs Kidd's :system of keep- you think you have. United State in 1SOO.
5k 4 m: her checkbook. I've never The only trouble with the system -
been able to figure out how much is that men husbands and .........................
money I had in the bank. except bankers mostly wouldn't approve -

.".'.'''llilU. LOOh. Ilat-icing house coal in GERMAN 6COJr'IIUIUI.U:'\ HOLIDAY .f I Si ,11.it;TIW. Si IT to consIderably know perfectly less than well my hit-and is was tell. esides.of it. but Mrs.you Kidd don't says have:: that to -BICYCLES-

., Mttf iru"ltrithrnl anti blur Scntch plaid; u'C;" II'\ /fainburp; bnrnnr W( < k rr/rrl end Inc.rlioirn .- I tint nit jacket ors run mathematics indicated. Bank men have made up all this stuff and

in Ihcfirtt big Hamburg; fashion lioirafn 1.: S. style in fringed nilli silt.er fnxtrinuin,1rnrrvncy ulriju'd intnl suit designed statements carefully wrapped about stocks arid bonds and mortgages -I, Repaired Rented
I', around old checks I've forgotten and checks because they
'/rallp. Also in Stock-NEW
( plaid dress slolt in Rome. about show up through the mails really like to fool around with it
--- -- -- --- 'u every' couple of months. but they We women don't but she advises BICYCLES TRICYCLES{

: "'11.1. HIf(: SMILE: (! BIt'tilt{ FIRE Inm\S 200 HOMES I \ (: \LJFOHNI.HETIIS{ r 1 WILL YUI'' SMILE' ? :just mix me up more. A coupleof that every woman have some WAGONS SCOOTERS
years ago, I stopped openingany man husband or banker -
i communications from the around who i.- prettystrict and and! SKATES
Ijlmltr On Job For AnAccountant 1
hank p and I stuff them unopenedIn :stern. This is because vou can
The' Illackonl: my desk drawer. This has !still Ret into an awful lot of trou Overseas Cycle Store

eliminated one cause of worry 'I We if you ignore the mm-m; .idcI 920 Division St. Phone: 1380

Jump had rnd.. vio't j obi i iIff 4 ," "Did you hear the ftbf oh..ut hut> I still had the old fear of an I I rules ....... ........N.......
inadvertently bouncing check and -- --- -
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ht -dr. .....uke with t...- I.riint! that he $ Ws- -' acing: prison or 'vorso.
; I. "No. what ih it? i i
WelL Mrs. Kidd knows howto I'orlablr llunily
thkl1'1 JCk'lt CHRISTMAS
"I"l-r sccn-try: didn't kelp the prevent thta. Every time she ;
After' vwitchmi: un the iiRht. : I
records straight and noklio draws a check for cents as well HOT WASHERSS26.95 I
he found it was 9 a. m. the hour i
lIS dollars she just enters a TOYSNOW
at "which he should have been at. finds she has had two more divorces
round sum in the checkbook and
the offke.birssini. ; $36.95
than she's Had weddings.'
the check is i for S2S.67. she ON DISPLAYUre
hastily, hr dashedoff
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'without any bn-akf.ixt. and : enters $26.00. Or even if it's I EI.I.CTHHs: : Our Convenient
ridx-ii; mg should be added tcustai < $25.01. it entered $26,00.It's .
at the tabor, said bicath- gets LAY-A WAY PLAN!
airivuift_ :.. ds. boiled froitinss.: ;; candio easier to add without mak- $:;.-l.i; iu SI 1 I.!>.;
ly tu his bus: "S. worry and Wi> forth when they are cold ALLMARK CARDS
half-an hour late Mr'" othciwi.se, part of the essence wrtaaguss..c-.c., +[ [
'"TKaf. all r.. ht." u it-phol! Ins
!..*.*. hlamily. "but w hat about mav evaporate. Your Croce SELLS That Cooo TROPICAL TRADER The Hobby Shop
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Mynday\ and Tut-xli I'.I I p.jsli-1 Tt-iry cloth Inth STAR BRAND 718 Duval Street Phone 1033: 1105 Division St. Phone: 31
inu ,.b can be usod to make ain.n't
WILL \OH/ SMILE? and practical bathrube for AMERICAN COFFEE -- -

,i. child. Or a nrnfor a small and CUBAN

Krealting; ; It (;('/,//\' child can be made from one -Try A Pound Today-.
I'Xtj.i: large bath to"el.

"Mrs. Upton's-t d!.'HI: ; !iiv I n
rug nvN...-'H! tJf' In-. -t t>r..kin"Don't

-"Nu, 111 tell begin her abruptly.by saying" It',.', THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ [ \ at POPULAR PRICES
tier husband." .pV.' rpn-i; J r

DYING FLAMES BLAZE in the ruins Located in the Heart of the City
-- --- of a burned home, one of 200 reported destroyed by brush
When placing: a rayon faille fires sweeping down Topanga Canyon near' Los Angeles. Hundreds of residents are fleeing be. RATES ROOMS WRITE or WIRE

skirt or dross that has kits of full- fore the flames roaring down toward the Pacific cccan. No deaths have been reported. REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS
nesk, iron into the gathers neveracross
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them and on the wrong --

II fide pressing of the cloth.fabric unlv&s you use U'ILL"" VM: SMILE? IT ILL YOU SMILE;? ,H ILL YOI SMILE' :? Ford Pcrshing Miller VISIT YOUR SCHOOL

Paliellt Due For It Harmony At Last THE HEART OF YOUR COMMUNITY
In dicing refrigerator c.r.krestor llol.-l I llolrl Hotel

baking use a thin bladed. Visitor: "And why can'tyouwalk Boarder: "Hey. I found a ruck- "The Jexdores: seem to &net 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Av. 229 NB ,t Ave AMERICAN' EDUCATION WEEKNOVEMBER
very sharp knife: cut with a down the i 80 Rooms 100 Rooms
to subway sta- el in my hash! 80 Rooms
sawing motion and do not press alone: setter lately Elevator I Elevator
too hard or the shape of the roll ttcn with me?" I Landlady: "Yes, I put it there. ** Yes. they have something;:: Solarium Heated Elevator 713KEY
Little BoI can't because I You've been complaining about ''in common at last they haveboth
be lost.uMctlNe. j WEST'JETI.:: .\:\ IJL1M:
we're Loin; to eat as soon: as (the lack of change in your. determined to get a di-
$ to The CitU n. ,j i i you go." i meal." vorce.: I 123 DUVAL STREET

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