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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 9, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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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 )
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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).
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THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN rilE U.S.A.VOL. .


LXIX. No. 267 KEY WEST. FLORIDA TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1048 PRICE FIVE CEr.--re I








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YOUTH IS\IUUCADfcU IIOMU: liVTlLE POLICEMEN I VICE PRESIDENT-ELECT

As British Deny I I
Davis Resigns i COMES TO CONFER



Director Of Local Y, Their Troops} ''I WITH TRUMANWill \


Join Arabs

Ii Goes To New York lie Mel Ky Mayor Adams, City

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1 !I Manager And high/ Navy Officers;
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Announcement Ily,RI P. T HOM.VS I\UH'TEU; 1 i j r i HritNli Report Troop That. Are lit Barkley And President May Talk

Fred Miller Lale'I'I I Iran Vml Trun.jur lau About Cabinet Changes

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TEL AVIV Nov. 9.-The Jew U. S. Senator Alben Barkley. 'Tice president-elect

..ur..1 Turner Of I fllituaukee I! tab command said today that it arrives in Key West late this afternoon. and will Join

I I was disturbed: by a report that President Truman at the Little White House In the Key

Will I I British troops have joined tht -- I ( West Naval Station. .

s..1! I Hint. Iatk i Arab Iran forces in Trans Jordan and j Senator Barkley will be met by Mayor A.Maitland

Sli'it, (fl'.Inla Y.\lc.\ The command admitted that it s Adams and City Manager Ralph D. Spalding and by .

I had not yet verified the report delegation of Navy officers headed by Captain C. C.
"leielt II Davis for the past 'but that it did know that the ss i!
s Adell. USN.
commander of Key West Naval Base.
British were supplying the Arabswith : i F
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year exrrutiv: duettur of the I weapons of war particularly 1 They are going to Boca Chica Naval Air Field
tYMCA.
. tanks. where the senator's airplane is scheduled to arrive
Opt a poiti there at about 5
:: laU of the Armed Services Tel Aviv report about the presence : p. m.
YMCA tfi New York City. :' of. British !troops among the ; J Accompanying Senator Barkley. will be Leslie t
Thla announcement of Fred Arabs in Transjordan. Iran or RAY ALDRIDGE (right). 21-year.old ex-c"nyicL sits in Biffle. who will be re-elected secretary of the United
anywhere else It said further .t self in the home of his parents at Gastonia. N. C. and
!Miller chairman of the Commit. States Senate when the new Democratic .. dominated
had no intention of sending i officers. Two policemen and two bystanders were shot I
Ire of Management of the Key troops to join the Arab). I finally drove him out with tear gas and he surrendered. Congress convenes in Washington. Eben Ayers. press
i Wed Armed Service YMCA (Paris reported shortly '4ft-!r for President
representative Truman
' members of the family from the house after an announced today.U. .
: today following a meeting late the Tel Aviv about British .1 -
news spectators (left) surround the house just after the youth I S. Senator J. Howard .
: yesterday of the committee and troops reached there that Jewish .
; Davis.FCNCM. and Arabic leaders hold! McGrath of Rhode Island '
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are -- -- have made
it known
that
!i Tuincr of Milwaukee 10. conference: to trY to reacha I t chairman of the Democratic
1, Wisconsin, was unanimously settlement of the Palestine di!>- > Committee I they would like the President ,
Un-American
rlrited, by the Committee ofManagement National Committee
i puts) { I to get rid of Secretary
I to fill the executive also is expected this weekto of Commerce Charles Saw.

; MMtion in Key by his West wife Turnerwvompamed is exported ., Alfonso's] Body I I Not To Function UntilReorganized join the President for a yer. ;

I to arrive here the lastweek I series of conferences. It Further it understood that

in December Arrives Here I I l was reported here today Secretary o* Debase Junes V
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Davis will be assistant sccrctary i In January 1 I that among the matters.,.Forrestal! may act continue InJtAat
(or the administrator on the '
National Staff of the YMCA k i For I RurialTht I. I wi hat the-Presutetg U-fi* 53j poiifcpa. Robert X L *.*tL. i "1
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I I They. et4 sbitlhg; program of the t <:port lit.a-ull I Fur i iInailmlv u o discuss: 'wiSenators "undersecretary .1 Ute. U .I..teel'
Y" made necessary by the in *: > to leave the official Unulr One
i urge in operations due to the body of Frank AIv3'j;; | I> .luiH<'liuiiit I Barkley and McGrathvas of the problems confronting the
rlmw killed I Ifcurt.pcan Foreigners
i4Mliv.-tton of the USO has A' Wii phot., as in ) i abou the major changes in President is the selection of men
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theatre in 1311: arrivtd Of liairin.iii: Ilionia. V
iiMtlc an mt.'a on the Nation 'I ? ::he administration. to fill these positions.
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..1 taft Hiipcialivc PEP J. PARNELL THOMAS ; i in Key West: this morning barmy + From Ayers also said that Mrs. Truman -
Davis. vt'ill (leave this city Dcemaer (above). Republican of New transport plane. al'l"OmpaI'I'j fly! Craiul Jury ; Fleeing o' It is known that several .,, and her daughter Margaret.Continued
,' I to take. the New York i nii-l. bx military escort. j tttyWASHINGTON n.acre Pr.... ou of the Democratic leaders ( On Page Eighty
|M..ition Some 60 Armed Ser Jei.ey chairmen of the. House t u;icral afLrnron services Wdl'l be 'held:in'I Itwrnnrov I : Nov. 9, It North China I *
Committee on un Arncr;can .
vars YMCA 1'th(' United States was announced today that the
amt overseas are under the Activities: was indicted Monday the; chapel of the L".pC7.o'uner"l ;'house American Investigation;; _lis T. "..._11""" ex WASHINGTON VISITORS
.Ih.iv I I>v, F. J. Kn.of St.I..ry's '
vision of the National) Comm-e it not likely to be ac- NANKING. Nov. 9.- '!
suiti| II by a federal grand jury in ;\ Star of the Catholic! taker.
ileadquailcrs at New York tlvc t urtne.ti:} J;mu iry bcciuscof from North I
connected Washington en a charge cf'Conspiring Church will officiate. ;i the chief of arc fleeing or
Tuincr has been sev'f"Is."ms.
kith the YMCA In.2 year, has I to defraud the! government Survivors: Widow. Mrs; DulceMfonso 1 which b that its chairman. Hep spite. the fact that '! TO BE GIVEN PARTYAT 11
: daughter: Miss ArmiJiMf ., bull 200 !I
l lain general secretary in the The charges accuse ent..tive: 4 Parn ll Th.P.'publie.m. -" troops arc
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mother :
>rioc> Mrs Louisa i
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midwest area and is at present New Jcrscv his aiea I
him cf padding the payroll of Mfoifeo. Fla .
Tampa
nilieiship secretary of the I i j been indicted b, a fcder grand Late- reports were
.his congressional: office. This The Minor guard of Arthur : Mayor.'w CONCHA FRIDAY
Milwaukee. of to communist forces i
Downtown YMCA in jurv on charges conspiring : arc
picture was made a? he walk- Sawyer Post will attend thefuneral ;
Mr. Turner brings: a varied I defraud the ,OVCI nnent. rapidly southward
ed into the Federal Court ; in a U dj. hold services at] .
and valuable experience to the Thomas has been indicted on only isolated Visiting newspapermen photographers ''rr
Kev' West YMCA and was recomiitcnded I building November 4 at Wash- 'the rn-csi-Ie. fire a ,'olle'and ; lour counts two of which concern eigners are leaving the ; a radiomen and others
sound tap ba. bugler:::: Pa !I>c'lr- : Russell general chairmanI
by the National ington to appear before the kickback checks allegedly; issued planes, trains and I a with the party that accompanied
r, ; :,ers will he selected from the : Mills is chairman of the diiin<'
t grand jury. to two persons who were not Panic was reported: in 1 3 President Truman hcit will be
i postlion membership. cmoloved; by him and endorsedthe tions among the Chin, ; 6f given a typical Key West dinner committee that has arranged the
Davis today e checks and returned them to as foreigners. 2S Friday night at 8:30 p. m. in La Friday supper.
i t l\dvisnr\ Crush Catches : turn and the violation of the (In Pan today : 47I Concha Hotel Stone crabs arc seai cc. but
I r false claim statute:' State Marshall held a I 47 There are expected to be about Mills arranged: with Alon/
Mrs. A. Ramsey i !MIAMIETHEn BUREAU I Another reason why the committee with a Chinese delegate. 1 sr 80 visitors present included on Cathron of Marathon to get .<
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ADVISORY' NO 1. 10:30: AM. : On Fire Today I f i will not meet is because sumablthe". discussed ; ;: 4i the menu is conch chowder. stone supply. It was reported t.eb'
Died 1 I :one of its members was not reelected back ;,f the Nation t 63 '.rabs turtle steak French fried that Cathron had gotten tog 'h
) Yesterday i I EST. Nov 9. 1943--A sty rm of .
: and another was elected in China) 23 jotatocs celery; and onions. key c.150 ;junds of stone .It i
I Ii tropical character has formed Brush cumulated ax Divisionand : to the senate Besides the complcxion ime. coffee and cocktails. claws. enough: to feed all SO p-'i,
i Mrddah Ramsey ol. died I I over the Atlantic and was ion Duval streets caught fire at i ot the committee w ill be ----- --- 4' The paitis given the visiting; sons to the banquet.
'ral at 10:30 EST .l 30Z. in the 10:50: 3: ,.
I II a. m today and firemen 20 <
\< ,,strrda afternoon in Monroe :different when it is reor a 1zed. ; newsmen and others by the There arc newspaper npress
of Lat. 27 to 23 North and'I from No. 3: 3 .
vicinity
station worked more i.1 i
association corresporult
County HospitalFuneral I II :with represenative John \Voodot I. Chamber A Com!nerct committee -
I 71 72 West about than hour 1t(
to to
under Longitude ot an extinguish the Fine Fishing ad arrangements :I ; Georgia becoming ciiairnn._ in eh.lre: of Truman ar- seven i 10 ct>rrr pon
I the direction of the Lopez Funeral 400 miles northeast of Nassau It blaze. There was no damage I Republicans will l lose one membership 6- rang..mtnt; headed by Everett (Continued On I'age' Eight)
Home will be announced later is aoparentlv moving west northwest At 9:40 a. m. today debris in on the comnuUilnl 37 .. .. .. ...
: about 16 to 13 mph. Highest the rear of Thompson Enter Thompson 7f -
Burial will be in the family plot the Democrats will gain one. .
wind reported bj ships in the prises box factory in Caroline Hardware Division- 1J Present Truman '
in the City Cemetery i| Thomas will be arraigned: ini With I
I street fire No. 1 4: :
Survivorsidovver.: Ernest A. vicinity about 55 to 60 mph. More caught; firemen I i (Continued On Page Eight<; )
hamsedaughters.; Miss Mary definite information will be worked over an hour to put the < 52 I
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Reilly available after ai.planecports fin out. There vas no damage.
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Rainy and Mrs Copcly: 71
M.n-in-law Joseph J. Reilly: : arc received this afternoon. I'HOCLA.UA'fl)8WHEREAS. J 2i Shirts And Gold Badge
:Grandson Michael David Reilly; This storm may be ml"tCiJ'm*- Tailor Is HeldFor 5iI
Knapp. and caution i; ad:is-.
Mrs. Helena in intensity .
four sisters. j the Tenth of November in the Year I fjY T hie r numbfis.f AitnjiJ -
Hicks. Mrs. Grace ed for shipping in its vicinity.NORTON.
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Mrs. Annie Lord. One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-Eight 51 l\nl"flcan'i I I
McKean and Mrs. Jennie May Drunk Driving, Sawyer Post 23 of the Distiut! commander of K' '.'
Watkins Weather Bm i tau the One Hundred and Seventy Third Anniversary :n 5f Lesion tailedipon! President :. and Al Mills, past; national l I !

The family requests" to please Founding of the n TIUITWIP at he littit Whit: H'.u," :mrtt'enKn.Commando.
----0- Jessie fJ Tavloi 12. opciatoio UNITED STATES MARINE CORPSby '.
,and flowers the Kc',1 Nov .t I Station. V\airin i pn t < I
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tr> Continental Congress' in 1775, and 'tod.1anr! .esented him with > p.Jcntw.th, thi. I I
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PALACE THEATER I bland arrested last '
wa night
--Pan\ :131 WHEREAS since their first Amphibious : t\ ", 'glflThl' linen shuts, as coming 1 h,m t r"
TICKET OFFICE CHARLES BICKFORD and C.b\ State Highway Patrolman C. New Providence island in 1776 through the 521, cane,sx.il. Ge o-... ,\il n nti'c ,\.thui Sa.: 'e< Pot ,
Reynolds on a chaise: of: ,
PRESTON FOSTER in di his the Overseas when they stand On Guard For Peace the 411! \\'itien.: tuirramie: '.1 t Arthur, I! Then :Mills pe.-.t..ntc M.:
icing car along I i' :
t: ALL AIRLINES "IIIK STORM Highway;; while intoxicated faithfully served the People of these United States: : 43'' Saw.vt. Poet, \anie Sinop." 10th (Continued On Huebu>

r TONIGHT IS PRIZE NITE Taylor was released" under $oOO( V/HEREAS we ought and do. hold in 32 ... ..
: ----..- .- .- bail. and will be :given a hearing Memory of those Gallant Marines who laid : fH :
PRICE TOURS -- - l hdllle Thomas S. Caro ofI! 61 !
Jude; Lives at Chapultepec. at Bellcau Wood and on the
t- 411 ........1.. iL _1 Ciimmal Court.Holiday. of the Pacific for their Fellow Men; : 4u;; USED CAR BARGAINS

..-.- .--....-.-.-.-..- STORM LUMBERi NOW. THEREFORE. I. A. Maitland Adams as .-.-- '

.T. of the City of Key West. Florida, do hereby proclaim 1849 Ford Tudor 3.000 Mile

; : BERMUDA MARKET ;i i 51'IH : I.l II EHHU) Notice nesday. Kovenibci MARINE!10. 1943 CORPS a, DAY ? 1946 Buick Fordor . New Engine

j 4 1946 Ford Tudor Low Price
: TELEPHONE 816
beseech the Citizens the
Mining \i and do earnestly of City
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171urday.1\oteulher ,
Trins-
1938 Fordor Excellent
I, Wed to observe this in fitting manner in honor Where Chrysler
: to NEW LOCATION I ------ -- 11IMISTlCE; D.\y, : departed members of this great military and portation.Monroe .

"II If Intcheutl and t KEY WEST Ihi- lianktll' Not lie i I the occasion of its One Hundred and Seventy-
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niversary
: ln-icla Streets Open for Bu-iiu'-.
: ; I II BARGE LINE. Inc. Given tinder my Hand and Seal this Ninth Motors Inc.
Formerly Busot Grocery DOCKS I i ,
: 41 CLYDE-MALLORY NovEmber. 1943 A.D.
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and Take Orders I i TELEPHONE 6 ") fn;,"if// Ford Dealer"
We Pick Up National Haul/ ; ((5)) A. MAITLAND M
t > by Phone Free Delivery j'Ii >IM| Barge Icaies Florida KEY WEST *V \ 1 : 1115 WHITE STREET TELEPHONE T2S
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: PAGE TWO THE SET J7ESTC:: CITIZEN TUESDAY NOVEMBER 0, 19

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i I 4 "'!fir Ern mrst Cifurn! TOURIST TRADE PAYS WELL I TODAY'S Ti1kedAtBy 1 Radio ProgramsBy mimnnnnniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiinsmiiininiiuiimininain!I ANNIVERSARIES TOD.\Y'S i


;:-- rtrt>lt.ti.d lriy Except Sanday. by KeyWestln j
'" U PI AMTW4V 0....' asid ...11.....' Some publicity you can't get with I i Th.Associated Press
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Know America)
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-I !,oIM% .l I*. 'RTM\. ll..l.e.. WaaaaFr .. : Wild Parrots
..J ..m Tb. Citiaen Buildins and that is the of publicity BIRTHDAY : i ; 1'9S-.1osiah Tatnall naval
_.4. r.r :IRe ..d Ann Mreets money type I I Days Gone By < 01-
", ... .. tn.IT .lMI7 .....paJWr i. Key West and i -a Daytime Summary freer who helped England in her
SYDNEY. Australia .IPI-A
_. .. Slnnrne CountyREtiv that is being given Key West today I By (jn Kewsfeatures ( Selected programs as listed below' I AS TAKEN FROM FILES war on China on ground 'Wood:
time Monday
South broadcast t the same
q S' : .4 Bt K.jrV>st. Florida, an. second cl*..*iWKWIIr.K matter throughout the world. i.............................1 man in Australia is greeted "' are througn Fnday.,Time eastern.. OF THE CITIZEN OF is thicker then water," born
\ with "Hullo, Cockie! by standard., For central standard subtract Savannah. Ga Di,tl June
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OK THK A O. I %TKI PRP" mounta' stana NOVEMBER 9. 1938 ,
for
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but
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the United State WYNN. born MOT. 9. one ;
Not only everyother 1886.
The AMuirUtrd ..1''..... U .1..1..1)l entitled toM I large numbers of wild cockatoos and two nours. 1871.
I h.r r..............-li... of mil flee di..pat.-hes creditedIN nation has its on the man who in Philadelphia as Isaiah Edwin : wherever he goes in his district I MftfftlffftfliHtflfttftflBfHflflflHHflfimtlrlllflIftm9!! !! : 1201-Robert Dale Omen son
ll or tit I thmrlw crwlil'd in ihm IJ e I Leopold. This comedian formed He is Mr. H J. Casinia, care- Sixty-one passer g .... the 2 ral tiews published hereHM what I i NOV. 8 THROUGH NOV. 12 English reformer
thrilled the world doing was
ar has by his -.toge name from the two taker of a closed-do mine at': in Key West yesterday on the'steamship who carried on hi:, work here,

M B"OtllTIOHTr.H" considered the, impossible in the election a I of his, Evanstown. With no neighbors ; Morning5OOHonymoo.i : Cuba. jI j editor, Indiana tungi 'ssman, re-
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W : ::: :: name. j within 100 miles Mr. Castinia : -
flir. Manillatmr ._ ....._ 3CCm week ago. : Breakfast dub-aba I former born in Scotland., Diei
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MnnthVxrekly .... .... ....._ I..e : has made friends with the birds. 11'Barny.rd Follies-cba I Board of directors of the Key June 24. 1877

i&: .. -- .... .. -... ..-......- .:j'I The world is acutely interested in esyllables a s atts :': For a number of years he captured ..30-Th. Cl.eelndatres-obC | West Chamber of Commerce held 1801-G.nl Bcrden Texas pio.neer ..

ADERTIIG HTfX President Truman, and many thousands of young galahs. a species of 10:00-Fred Bob Pool.Warlrfg bhow-Show mbs-nbo | a ,meeting this morning to: consider surveyor of GalvL-ston, in.

''I ;. s. Mad* Hn wn cit Application; words about him will go out from Key hats':':[ rose-breasted cockatoos kept: Music For You-cbs !, advertising Key West the renter of the! "Concentration of

father'smillinery I them for a time, taught them toj I II 11 y story Drama-aba j j coming tourist season. MSUc1
At .__ ftpraiti.nnrR. .. Vest to inform the world about his doings store. I I and then released them. WJO-Boor ..f Serials-nba |, to -4) pioneers tinventoro&
-- 'All readier .... -...; rarda ..f thank, rmolntlnnrprrt I. talk Tb. Godfrey ....ur-et>e I ; concentrated fowls, born m

r ._. -. ........_ for. at.bllaarr the rat.IMMr flL...la ex,reHt|'<>'m C'',liar..t(!, *'itll'fcrrnl here. Day after day. during his stay, KeyVet's He ran away at 1; They in turn, have "taught"j, Say It With Mssio rahs I! Building Trades Council" of Norwich N. Y. Died JTan.. |L,

C- .N 4Mfur rnlerlainment t.> rburrhes from in all 15 to get on'1: their wild companions. 1 1TOD 11:00-Kay Kyser Show-abo11.4S : Key West, recFntir wn tHzed,< 1374.: T .4
: phL.at '\ name will appear daily .... -Serials 1s hrs.-cbs I IAfternoon
derived liniTk I
a reveaa I U 10 be are 3 >*-ntn a !
lilira I. an .iPCfl r..rum aod lnwita... dl'a : ,,_ : tin stage. By : j held; a meeting last night in Pyth- 1865-Fr<:derrick Funston, the
will be heard :
and it frequently j
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CCCCiiC .r puhli. lenuen 004 't.bJmts .r .1..1 "I' paper, .YY'S BIUTHI t ian Hall.! Object of the council famed soldier born N.w Car.
C- __..ral .......... bll' it .111 ...t puhilek. anonymous 19 he was aj:i : UaW-IValcomo Tr.a.ale.--abO m
.. ...............1..... \erthe air. Ed Wyn vaudeville i (Know America) t j"j"i Kate Smith Half-Huur-mb. i, is to try to interest: K 'y Wt :t m lisle. O Died Ftb 17 m*.
1230-Words and Music-nba '! a construction progrz.m.I 1873-Marie Dressier sugiand
Yes. the publicity being given Key head ner on Broadw lY. ZiagfeKii; !i Dr. Florence R. Sabm of Dinver :, BiU :Slater: at Lunch-mbs i

Vest is not purchasable. :Many a Chamber put> him in the "Follitj' in 1914,j! Coltx, famed medical scien- '! 10-Haste Half Boor-aba ;I Claude screen comedienne witp achieved
IM -Happy CanK-mbs il I Pepper ctndtdiie: for: mil success: !at age uf K.' born in
launching his famous of the;
of Commerce throughout the country is career. |1 1i list member emeritus 1,00-Double or Nothingnb.Breakfast / I i United States set: !led! the ticket XJntano Carstia: Dwd Jhy! 28,

\ .MEMBER <3> 194 ware of that fact and would give its shirtto i, Research Rockefeller born Institute Central for Medical City. : Queen for>a. Hollywood-abS Iy' -mbs' ': in the election held 1 .l :jestcr- 1934. ? .

Your HoroscopeTUESDAY j ,ICoo. 2,30-Sertaihi for S>4 hrs.-nbo i 1, day He polled 1. ))70 votes to 82 1883 Edna May Oliver, at
have the President visiting: there insteadcf ] 77
years ago. j I Bride and e.roon-abc". j i for his opponent, Thomas E. tress born in Bostort; Died Nov.
k ; NOVEMBER 9,J Charles G. Rei>>. the Presidential The Hope Cheatmb.5:00Ladle. j Swanson. 9. 1942.
here.What 1943-The of 1 born at Independence : B* Seated-aba ,1
this secretary,
gift
degree
is a press
will be the result of this added Red Benson Show-mbs 1854-Maud How? Elliott. famed
.- e. teady and constant mind bearing Mo., 63 years ago. i :30-The House t'arty-cbs I Mr. and Mrs.: Jc.eoh! Knight author daughter of
Julia
publicity that. Key West will receive from a lofty purpose and eveiager Burton Stevenson of Chilli!! ;I Ozarkaily tolks-ml.s
:: 4OOHtntluntQu1zcb3Second today announced the birth of a Ward Howe born in Boston.
mPROVZMTNTS FOR KEY WEST the President of the United States? Unquestionably 10 befriend and comfortthe cothe Ohio librarian, noted ;' Honeymoon-abo I daughter on Sunday nignt at Died in Newport.. R. I. March 19

: ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Keyest will have distressed in mind and body. writer born in Chillicothe. 76'J 4:30-Winner Take AU-cbs 11:30 o'clock; in their home at 1943.
as
I many This will attract many friends ago. 6J>O-Treasury Band-cbs '
I years Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 hr. : 516 Gnrnell st-xt. The baby
6 I tourists this season as it will be able to ac- who will aid in its godo work I Dr. Leonard Carmichael president 'I' later, )-abc and mba t has been named Mary Lou. '1 I The inrcrpathos of the Baltic

.: L More Hotels and Apartment*. commodate. would have more ifwe and carry the native to a high of Tufts College Me iord. i.
many I I I Sea is only about one per cent
Z. Be eh and Bathing Pavilion.X : with born Philadelphia 50
pace success following Mass, in
ll3.t-1 i Mrs. Tony AI thur. president.. salt with
:- had the accommodations. compared ubout 3.6 percent
: AIiorti-l4ind and Sea. ulan '. It is -strong day : years ago. : NETWOkK PROGRAMS of the Division, Street School for the Atlantic.

'= : .4. Consolidation County and In view of that condition, the moneyed I Ed Wynn, oldtime comedian i ,ime is eastern sta"dard. For ce..._ I'I j PTA, gave a report to members. \

City GeftmlDeati. A machine to make bags producer and author, born in : teal st"dard, subtract hour. for
a men in Key Vest, The Citizen feels confident paper one at a meeting held Tuesday afternoon Small dogs can hear higher-

:: B. Connnunity Aud tOlIum. will strive, in the years to come to was invented in 1852:! b. PiancisWolte ; I Philadelphia 62 years ago. j "5 ontanstandae Some local, d stat.o"subtract. change be.noIre. I of the state PTA conVent pitched sounds than large dog!

I i Eugene M. Zuckert of Stamford 11 ourefe lay t. ht local sclledules. I tion held in Sarasota.

provide accommodations in ever-increas- Cono. assistant secretai y of.. Last not be minute included p..gan. hanoes can. I by Mrs. James Singleton and Mrs.

.. ing numbers in endeavors to meet the demand LEGALSl I'I the Air Force. born in New York. Mrs. )Harry L. Lowe returned Donald Myeis in the formers/

: MONOGRAPH of tourists who wish to spend the 37 George years ago.W Burpee, president TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 !S yesterday Lauderdale from a visit to Miami home at 320 Elizabeth street

\ aai: situ ant ItT OK TIIKV ( Fort j nd Tampa.
winter season or a part of it in Key We",t. r 'lr. I I of General Analine New York ivenitgSOONws I
aDear Conchoniana : It: :\ III I tl. I.IHI I IT -- Todav The C'1wn:: say!': in an
11 : : IX "M> I'OK VOXKOH tat New Brunswick. Canada, !I : Report Ii Mln.-nboNewscast
So far as The Citizen can see, the tourist .....'Tt' ot. I.litttIth,. L, born in : Every DaycbcNetwork i Members of the Junior-Senior editorial pal agl.lpn:

: Here's the latest local political of (M: <<<'a. 'T\"I I 65 years ago.Edward Silent, Hour-abceastKiddies : I High School Room Mothers" vni!: "A good card pi.!:v, i I' : never
trade is the
only great amplitude Hour
one ; (repeatabe.westetwotk
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< \ Il-Cn noted author ,
a** Warner
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= pop-up. It'I noised around town that the % silent 41 I br.)-nibs-east l be entertained Fr da\ afternoon too lazy to cut the rarctr'
Laura lor..tll.'on.
llath
" that may be obtained by Key West. And IMainnff 'I ity on aviation, born in Puts- Kiddies Hour (repeat)-nibs-west - -- -

I'' .: reason why a certain gent so ardently "1 s. UIOIU F. .rrtft"i" burgh 54 ago. f :15-Sports: Music Time nbo
that trade pays well as is demonstrated !j i years I
lou and T.levisionbsS:45Neweeast
Wallace because he the I.. \'. .rn..n.n' l.jlhOlllllll II : I
; was ,
purported nbo.
; : Iu-f.-n.tant. I by Three-
winter in I
t tl :. : gent had been promised, in the event of by> many a summer or resort : aIr PI III.H-%1l4)\ I Subscribe to The Citizen. I II Lowell Thomas (repeat 11))-cbs
Florida and elsewhere in the country. F". I 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-baso!
= : .Wallace's election, to be appointed am- t..... \.rn..n Von Roth.P. The tulah: :.kit-cbs:
a t. .10., hi. LEGALS News and Commentary-aba
.,,,,. Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs
= 1>a 8 dor to Green Turtle Key. I I. I. lInn I
(Go\ernments are not apt to exceed Vou arc .ber l.\ re |.uir-.l to ap- : J:15-Vews and Comment-nbo
II TilE ORACLE .pe>.ir t.. lh. Mil ..r .....'|>lai..l t..rtli l1IIK (IK( I IT CO UT OK TIlE Jack.:Smith: Showcbsjail
i the collective wisdom of the voters. .... .... ...., .. ,. Commentara"
: n in the \ *-tvledaw' .e t\: ,:". .. at HIII.. ( IHItIT ;I Ia !I
..a the. 3Za.I. dav. of NoemMrIJH1 ". I.. : ... HOHIIH.INMIOltMO\- Dinner OalmbsJ:30SnllOthlu
.*. ..'h""V.'Mtll.... allyati"ns; RUE (.Ml1''. IN <'ll\%,'I-:Hi. I I IN 'I Trio-nba
tt>. rn will I..> taken a*< ..nr..f'd. It-CO I. Bob ciosby Club-cbs
The people of the world wilt ... .. ... Music Belaxm Time aboNews
= : never Thlv .nter I I. pul>li JUSTICE TO ENEMY COMMANDERS "' Comment-mbs
works
for four onxutn.
IM.uillilf I I
.. e. agree unanimously. What we must learn is 7:45-News Comment
ft 1'10.,1 Cltixen a newt.apr \,. \01II h t" 'PPt:'K I I -nba
--- -- puoi! >hf in Key: \\'.." lor-'- t"EnI.I'IX"LI.I'S.: j News broadcast-cbs
to disagree '
harmoniously.
.:: The. American War Crimes Court id... Itefendant. i I Sports Comment-mb.
was I 'tomb and f"lrd..rtod this ISih day TO: Mrs. (.eralilmr 'aVal.| -.<. J I 8:00-To Be .\nnoun'ed-Db.
substantial ground when it acquitted ..f '...t..r.. .V. !>. 154*. 4:>.. North He\erl I'rue. .:', Mystery Tlit.il.-r I'la.'bs
on READY TO FLY ISKVI.I IHISS C .>AVVVICR.lerk IVxerlv HilU. California. I tuuth: Aks Uoiernni. it-aboI
: )high German Commanders of plotting <' of.the ('ir. uit Court.Moann. TO AltK llf-RfKV lTlFIKr l I lo tIe Annnuu.ed-snts
County Mori.1.1.I to file .o..r appparaii in the annie ";1-Xe..s Broadcast: -abo
.. war and concluded that they were not : 4ml> .Anne 4'. t..ngw"rth.Liputy .tled eanv: for di.oree. *.i ttr l.e- I I I I ', 0-Date with J- ibcMr
: The declaration of German labor ClerkTIHlM fore the :..ih : makers of policies for their government. : .VS! SRO. this the IMh iUy. ef "'let'her. .- Town .Imc-abo
leaders that they can provide enough Ger- ,.". .to- for Ihf l-Uintiff '. 114$. : \ eitfiveLirmma-mbe-. .
; It should be noted however that the ...t.1 -":nov.!-9.I94SIN (SFij ROSS C. SVVVTFR.Clerk ; ':SS-Hv Gardner Sars-nibs ... :
man pilots "willing to lay down their lives : of ir.-ut! ('....1''. i iFV I '9:00-Bob' Hopehow-nbc ..
t :. Court Beverly criticized the crimes aafhist TIIK'( IIU"| IT rOlltT Of Till* ;. (M!) Kathleen: Notlage.I.eputy \\f tli. Iteopki. Ouest chai -.- r.wI
for the air lift" is interesting'and., as far ... ,.. I 'Ierk.l i 7 : .55.
1\: a1ll: UII" I 111(1 IT t Oabriel: lleatter. Comment-mbs :! .
civilians! committed by the German military .
& 01IIU.. : STITK: Oh 1-1011111. JVMFS: :; 1'II.VFIVV i 95-e. Cr..d..ast-mb.
as we can see, should accepted. If the IN \MIIOIIIO>MOK: tall M"\-. fcS I ",,-t KUgl s>treethnite ..
ar forces. Here is what the Court said : I 9'SO-KiM T ami :\loIlY-Dbo ..
No :

;". The record in this case is replete with German pilots are ready to undertakesome .l\ < IItIK'a.lakew.. II-CIL li.imi ":"1'1"' ".... I I I Life NICS VMth t omi J.uil'lcl.sI .i,'nt-abc: ;
of the task of supplying the peopleof I U ,XI.TlIi:! Iau.t III-::VI iX.' .1.1!t I" .n..y.2.I'IS. I 1 Lone Wolf I Drama-robs ( g\
.
horror . No nation no army and its I ItinttffOUI I I 9:4a-Detroit ymphonbo I
Berlin there is no reason why the 0. 1)1014(1'Etll. IX TIll ( IKrtIT OI WT OK TIlE 1 9.55-News for j Minutes-rot*
:: leaden of any time civilized or uncihlized : :: X.I'PI-'K H.'I.I'\I.\X. I-I.I-\KX1H JII)KI U. 4 IIU 1 IT I
,
Great and Is-fi-rotant.. .. 10 00-BIB,= Town Dr.ma-Dbo
pilots of Britain the United III lIE ST 1I. 01- l tHIIIIX \
'- .)llw under so great a load of guilt as doa >>>I.::1t ni IM HI l<'\" 10'T. "XII FOR MOXKOK OIXTV.IX I i Hit. the Ja"pol-c",.
States should do the job. ..: KNieu:'; <,-'k 14a1Imau.. ..IIXHV.: I AiuerivaB FvrumzubsI ?
Hitler's Germany its army and its leaders. I 121 13th Sii""4i. N. K.. .MX.. .I-t.l... I 10:3O-People Are *nnnv-nbo tt '
The whole air lift has been a morale- W."hin..t..n. I'. t'. N. .\uotemlaui :ShowcIaIS \ '
RroB.nTnXT7
=: : As evidence the Court quoted Hitler's Ysu ar. ....1''....,. requirod. 'ii appear Plaintiff I ,t Frredotn RinJabcl.Dte
builder for the Western democracies. : Orchestra-mI.
t. th- lilt I iorrtr .r 4mpl&int for VR. l>lloi<4'KHETTV .
: : order for the execution of Communist I 10 45 .-
I' in the above ntyiedau.e LOt .\n Tz. j : fclnnc Serenade-abc .
I .
Imagine the population of the German ..n nr' l..-for,- the. nth. Ja> of No\rm- rWendant. 11 00=News. VarirIT hrs.- 1>SI ...
1. ; rommi-vars on the ground that "this is a :"'1''. .\. I' 1141.i otherwise. the all.cat..n .- otentac op IM BI M.\t'n x I News and l>.Tte. Band-abc .." ..
.. i capital looking hopefully into the skies to ,. therein will .lie taken. ainfe T.': Itrtl* Lou .\tlatz, I j News. L ance Land 2 hrs.-n.Is5; ...
of extermination. 7b')
It the .
war .
quoted order .. s... Kai.* Street. lllS-Nces i Variety to 1-nb; [
see Allied .planes on the wing. This is This tinier i- |I..> pnMished
I. i
providing for the slaughter of Allied Canaan llaine 12:C -Dancing Coutii.u.dabcsentWool .
.
: ; ...n'ii .. sk. r..r r..ur ...mmiIttiVeC .
: :. : commandoes in Africa and Europe. "evenif quite a contrast with the war days and >.>-kv in Th- KerVxt (Citizen a pear x .u lo are the herl Bill>l>\for-iuireil I "..... ,to. filed ti. I ... t

nights when the last thing the Berliners mO.t"'l..r puhtl.h.d. .. in Ray \\.t. ajtainstou in the oboe nteteIIOU l ) felt in vivid volors makes "
: \hapia ('nuitt\. Inrlila ... ,
F. they are soldiers in uniform armed or >* .I' IK.fore the nth das .f I
hoped to see was an Allied airfleet. lion and < >r unarmed, in battle or flight." These are ..t h 1..1..1', .\. I' 1')4.sal .. allegation Contained therein will ; and caps for children. Felt need
The use of German pilots could be accomplished \ ) 1'.4l5.$ t-tWYEr.. lie taken: astnfe!.,-.e.1.l not be hemmed, :
: j'!> edges ire :
but a fraction of the vast and bloodthirsty "lerk'' .r th "r'ult 1..Urt. lone and ordered at. Kev \\ .- i. I
without building German M.flr.o'ant.' 1'l'.VbIa : pinked.Can1Sifl.
N.
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up Florida this Mh d.i\ .1 vornl. 'iV t
: brutalities of the Nazi forces of Germany Ih. .HbI..n N..tto., .. !I'. IHltICr :

.:: : The American Court it should be understood militarism and we presume the deployment \'. 1..nTEn Iv.s..ti..r I"puly tl.. .rk.J I $tut,.jI 1 ;.ourt'lerk 15.:;.s..,..ir.i.i s. w.er. I

1I of pilots would be properly handled. ; f.s- Plaintiff .' .. .ISI : \ .
H i-.ll i "" 1.\\' 'i .
: convicted some of the leaders ... ..:!,.n".2-'I-IC.IJU! .. ''''' .,. rh I.aIIi.ssi .. ...
The use of German pilots would help to V ill5i, ... ..
fur their crimes against civilians. Certain- .
.
.
Till01' \Tl Jl IK.<:-% ('III ItT. :\11"rrs.S 1.l l'I.'f' PIN-WORMS CAUSE FIDGETING .
soldifv German the .
opinion Russians ,
against .
... .
: I Iv', touch acts represented a violation of I. l\ %\l> StIll MOXIIOI: 4 0. '''''. -1 t. : : 'I' AND THAT AWFUL lIeu
and make the Germans feel that t".OIIiIl'. lrHOItlll.. I
: the rules of warfare as! practiced by ." r. .;..t".r ,vvvyyyyvyyyvvvvvvv'vvT'STRONG I One of the warning! signs of Pm-Worms u> \
they were contributing to the war against 1'1111.11' .\. \\'II.->< 'N. a uaicffiBv Foetal, itch which often causes \
civilized nations. No officer guilty of 1..d ARM BRAND COFFEETRIIDIPII fidgeting: : and broken sleep and may lead "
-: {'o munism. Sill II t: 1,1' ,Ptl.a4Tuo' IltIl J to even mare seriuiis. datre.ss.Itiasolungersecmv.rytoputupwith. \ "
: atrocities should i be excused but a judicial S I I. III"C'II UUI:' % I I : '
the trouble caused by Pin- onos. becaua j
:c'i.' I" hrty fi'-n I" all
4, court must always! take cognizance of the whom It nun' oonoern that ('..ronn.. COFFEE .: I scwuce ba at last found a way to lick
It i is about time .. ,. these ktubbnrn p<.ta coolly. and said.
for prpphet to \ViI.n. nlniinivtrjlriv f the.-
? fact; some '
that military leaders as a general I..I Philip.1",... it..I. BULL Get JATNE i P-W.t the OuSsign ul: Pin- tf3\
predict the end of the world .. i Wur_ poW a a> mrdicallr' sound trraWnvni
= on a specific hafll. !
rule out policies formulated at on o'ncmily reecr.,1ZL'd druicekanent
carry by I .. ,, ; .
.
governmental date. niond K Lord < untJuds>- in n \ which .h..s !'I'UH'd very effc.,t.vedealing .aI ..
r..r N..nr.oe..unt,. t'.ri".I.] ) Ii.Iitat I .
officials. wita thw ucl> infretiun. The man
All Grocer
4 .
1 n..po.rt an" h..,. ,n.st. a'.I.h.- P-W Ubk-ta arv in a s" c<.U wayn: dt-trvy .
I
....10 r..r h..r diwharaa. : h .iii. AA AAAAAAa.aa 1'...-"......... P.W -..... Pin,Worn r-,JIustomBttHi

: SMOKE TO MAKE RAIN JAP EDITOR IN U. S. ,,ii..ilratriv.I'atml this. .>:.th ala." ..r ii., ,..I..... 1 V \ ". >'

i I' I"I 'Sd' .nlxst: \\"II.'X I .
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: -.is "
., Scientists The I
are experimenting on anew presence of Ichitaro Takata in .. .. -7"
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l'liiltt .\_ \\ i1".r,. l. .." .1,.1v I .. itIl 51
:;: method of this calls to mind \ .nlI I 1.ItU" I .. pI
producing country several
rain through the things. \tI..n... r..r. .\dnnIr.lr IT ..

:-: u.e of tiny silver iodide particles di tri- He is the foreign editor of Japan's largest 0<-1 2'.n..\.:2:..I-K. '14'I I II 2 'I'.O C" tb.cb. )

II "" < ,,
::: billed through the atmosphere in smoke. newspaper and is the first Japanese reporter \01I4 I.: 11 I HI:l..n. )K" 1 I I '' !! ,o ; ,
0.1lL :
:. Dr. Bernard Vonnetut says that smoke to be admitted into the United; < !1.i;:::..:Irol t.01 )lIT< :'a.-t.01:4.;1111' .' :1 !I.'..t.t'I 1.IN I :: I : 1w 1- I c% s C"C>' ""Vo',0.

Jl .IM.I:. "0'11..1. < .>IN1\ I I"IIIHln' ""
: generators dispense 100,000,000 particles States since the war. I' lltttIt1lIn -:' "OS ..,S ... ..

=:. about one-millionth of an inch in diameter The last: time that :Mr. Takata was in :Marx r.:\\illiani E..ta.f: Smith llamilt.n ..1,.. i S:to Ou P. ',:" -"....
t"'p."t .
: in second the United sonitimvs k....un as Mar\ "i'Ia.IIII l lII : : r : \ .
one and that 100 generators, States was in 1911, when he .mult..n and als.. "...'. ''';'..- h.\\, .. I ) p.: V''tt.LJ ,,, ...

=- spaced twenty miles upart across the t covered the negotiations in Washingtonthat as :Mart. U'. :s.; Hamilton. ita-.i| ... ....
,.. ..
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T.11 <.1'.1'' '" ml I'.r )t.!' 7Qft2 .eaC .

: .. country. could seed the atmosphere above culminated in the attack upon Pearl :ins; laims KstaU,.....r IHrnasal.l ."". .\1a.'I'. .. ...." 704i.gAs'

: the United States to a depth of 20,000 I Harbor. He was interned and the trip Tot, and and ea-h requIred..f .na t'>"l>ar rt---eii'- h-r;ins i>\: I t I Inotified NOW AVAILABLE! I .....

: feet at the rate of one particle per cubic home took sixty days. On this visit, he claims or' ih-mandn. w |u..h .su. r Mad of I'ort Ofordilalo. I mime .... -
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t finIshtS ttlth -rhalkBK .
eitherou. -
nia\ have -
aijain-t I 1I
inch. flew to the United States in thirty-six .tat<- of :Man' William smth Han th.e .- | ny.'..*.l.. *.a_.*l. / 4J

:.: I itt..,,. also som<-tinifs kn'si n .i' I|I Also ALUMINUM 'l.tfo"O 0evso
: In the sky, the particles are supposed hours. :Mart William Hamilton and .ils.. (
: ..m.-time' known "s "Ur\ \\ s. ,: BLINDS Aiailable :
.. .. to crystallize drops of water to form snow There are some other changes that Hamilton ounlt t.> the. ("..tlnl. .lii.lt.. ..r I I i Free Estimates-Call 682 G\l \
which. in falling may turn to rain. Obviously might be apparent to the Japanese jour- *t.Ir.nI5.01'. V iori.Ia.. at hioffi ., I PROMPT: DELIVERY _- See .
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: : there are some further experiments nalist. In the first place the United Count< *.in at th K.--\.rourt\\'..st.house'I.i.I.1 I soit.f "id- I Iin I o.o\\'t\a.t ."... ....

:-: necessary before the rain-making States is trying its best to work at the arts tin,right- ..f the,'al,first.ndar pul.lH.tll.m..nlh... from of this the i iI I I \\ V\\O f......

:' : will be perfected but it is interesting to of peace rather than the business of war. I .noli.Kacli- in .'ri..n.claim.. and or shall,dman. -tat<-..ihllhi thpla 1 I 1 .Sa ... .-.

that the .... ..f residence and ,.. ., .. .. .-
:: note experts are beginning to In the second place, the vast Pacific Ocean ..r the. lalmant 1 ,ind st shI ffiaddress I) .. I.; .. ...
,11Sa.'F .
work on the problem of is relatively safe lw ,'w..rn to b* the r-lainiant ntor ., ..
: providing mois- a place for the trade and I : his attorne and. ans. >,at.. i:.,,., SOS FLEMING STREET KEY WEST FLORIDA SSe- ...

:. ture for the ground. travel of all nations. :Moreover there are "\r.'id U..'inan.l n..t ,.. fit,., ,I 'ILl r PHONE 682 T f t tt ..-

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no devastated cities in this Ubre> II llamilt nV
country
as .
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administrator .r th I I-t.: i i! .r
: Laws should be rigorously and impartially many Japanese were led to believe duringthe Marilliani... Smith II.,mill...nal Drapery Cornices S
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wMnetliiWis known M
rWilliam \
= enforced. There should be no e\- war and apparently counsiderable llas rlt_ aliiwx ... ats... '..m...

:7" --ceptions! where the law is ignored hatred of the Japanese people. .... known-...-..*..+ax. Story '" lI..mPt. I, :-- -i ? .
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RUSSIAN CM' CREDITLLCE I 1 1 . . . S a CI a II r b .
, : Aged Eel !1

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CLASSIFIED ADSInformatlo.

Near Death i

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STOCKHOLM- if: -An & :

yesr-old eel in the museum of for the Advertisers

Hal ingborg. Sweden-claimed to ..TICW POR Rr.GIL" ... PITXRNT
aLACKrACg TTFAtvcrtUcmcnu & Payment for rubified ad*..rtlM.
MY be oldest aquarium fish in the': Meets I. InvaHably In adnre but
'Orld-is failing ender this head rer.Ur advertIsera with ledger a.-
rapidly Caughtby will be (...rttd In The Citlrca a. counts mar bar their dvrrtt.-
two boys in a creek outride !I the rat .* tc a ward for earn |n- /euts hartf'4.
f < t | irrtioii. tat the minimum charge fur Pt'BLICATIO netnii\R
( the south Swedish city in 1863 the drat It words or less U SOc.i To Incur publication, cope mutt
111* rata for klM > Is Sc a b* IB The Cit/sen of fir. before IIocltxk
the eel .a.i Ift.
named Putte ("Duckv" in turdsad th chare for In th* morning the day
English, "Pueppchen" in German) i it"* fin It word U 4e. of publication..
has outlived his captors. Abouta

year ago Putte developed a humor -
and .. AH .dT.rtl&l.. t* accepted aader tbf following conditions: In the
is now weaker
getting
vat cf error In *.*ert1.I"If. transient or contract The citlitn will b*
and weaker. Experts on fishes' rctpontibl ... for the first Insertion In Cla.>iflr44T nuiBK. ant la
diseases have not been able to Ufeplo ,..."..... for only the actual amount of lace -'uplrd by th.
part (of the all"arU..eat where the error o"curs.r .
help him.
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fairly modern small house or for two couples. Tile bath |
tible. $600 00. Radio beau.
apartment or a bedroum and living, bedroom bath kitchen 1I
.
fog lights all tires. '
new \ci
sitting rom in a quiet private | Furnished $13.00 per week j
little iitst Call 841-J 01 IM
home. Write details to Box | Apply Apt. A. nov5-\I
-k O.S.P.. c/o Citizen. : Seminar Street nov 9-4"x

I nov8-5tx t '
2-bedroom unfurnished apart FOR SALEBOATSAND
ment C44 William Street Ap ij MOTORS
MISCELLANEOUS
I ply 1224 Duval Street. )I II

no\6-6t : Gray marine engines and service
Washers, irons, vacuum and I t
fens repairedO'Briant.. Phone I C. R Smith. opposite Firestone
\ 1164 M. nov l-U t I Furnished 2-bedroom apartment Station, Marathon novl-Imo
on second floor Children ac j

Picture framing pictures framed I cepted. $97.50 per month plu II j FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES.
I water and utilities. Phone SCOOTERS Ic MOTORCYCLESOne
p- } Y x and matted. DiNeeros, 614 j
Francis Phone 1197-M mornings 1185-R. .

j I novD-19tx II nov4-9.11-31 I (0 Whiner motor bik...
1 1 practically new. $75.00. 8O

WANTED TO BUY i iWvntPd. Furnished %';!-room apartment j Georgia Street nov -6tr
w.wf Utilities furm&hed $:!5.00 week '

Cut Hair- pay 1 to1' Iv. Sea Isle Apartment 91*)i,FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS

5 dollars per ounce, depending) Windsor Lane. : no\8-tl
on I ngth. color end condition'of i Wlutf' en2irel $2.75. Outsne

hair Send full length sam- Apartments furnished season 01earlj : white pa:nt. $2.73 and $3.75 pet

pe. Lock Box 105. Key West \' 1301 Division Street j I gallon up. W fu *"" garden

Fla novl'IZtx'Child's Phone %15. no\8.ot i ii' hote S3.95. Doherty & Cu., 8-W
Olivia Phcne 1397 novl.tf
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z tncvcle. Good t'ondition.I
Furnished 3 anc' I
apartment, rocirui
Wa'k-m cxokr adding machn.-
Phone 448 K \3-3t\
bath. Maid md j-nit..r srrvices
I 2 scales. slicer. 'el
: itgi;tei < :ne
linens and utilities fur :
BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES fan. 3 fluorescent lights n'-
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nished Summer rate.. Coia11Hotel Hirant and market mtBunder ....
Apartments, opp. sitc Pro' I I.
500 Fanbank -
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Books Books Book i| Office. no26t
wholesale scales. Bermuda 1\1i1' -
Art Art
... Supplies Supplies l I!
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Bockshop. Cur Simonton & Eaton
: Ino2tues.thurs.satImox'|
3-room furnished: apaitment living Phons >2. nov'9-at
!*+ PhjtO '
room bedroom and kitchen. -

MRS. IRK Z. HAC-CLSR. who weighs 243 pounds. lies en the bed : STORAGE + All modern furmtura All :i: Personally designed Chi!Sun..s

with her new-born son. Elmer who weighed 17 and e half I utilities, except linens furnish cards at the Marshall Studio in

pounds at birth in their home near Conway. Ark. Behind them tied Brick Storage Co. Furniture'iI ed. Infant accepted. Phone Telegraph 1-jne Also w..ildecorations
889-R. n >\'9-3t ,
are her yur-old husber-d. Mrs. Charles Goss (UIO his daughter | or commercial. Phone 798 : and handmade g'I'

by a previous riarriaga. and tM Hacklers' children James. I nov 1-tf of distinction.
FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS no9111331"Bt.uliful
3. and Ira. Jr. 4.
GARDEN AND LAWN ---
--- .- -- SUPPLIES Overseas Hotel, low rate Cof- Noma bubble-lite :wl,.
i j j
f I fee shop, bar. nov 2.25tI $379 Extra bulbs 29<:. P 11-29 In l1.'TEn CLIASllwr :
Aluminum iron and copper sul |I Old Ciaig 1019 White StIl.t.noI .

... >t- ''e '- I phate Key We.t Gulden and I I II I I TOWN HOTEL. D O U B I. E t\

Lawn Supply Cu.. 914 Fleming ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4 -
I II i i
.., Street, Phone. 1019. nuv9-tf,1, DAILY. LIMITED NUMBEROF i FOR SALE-HOUSES
+ I PER MONTH.i AND LOTSr
"" j ROOMS. $60 t
I : t '-LOS't"'', : ocl2S-tf ,J -

r .1 i iI Waterfront home landscaped lot

Ii I Persian cat. giey mixed with FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND 50 X 100 furnished two bedrooms

white and tan. Answers: to i ROOMS two baths electric
I name Tommy" R -wan1. return 1 kitchen. Bargain for quick
1 sale Terms Owner 2313 Patterson -
i f to 1020 SouthaietI
The Stutz hotel410 Fleming :
Yacht
Avenue opposite
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t Club.
1t and several sleeping rooms vacant .
I Honor Guard Sunday nov'2 lues-thursjt tf
Legion coat -
Low _
I weekly or monthly _
November 7 Home -
Legion rates. novl-tf
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Stock Island. Reward no FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD

Questions asked Call -.5-W. FURNITURE
FOR RENT-BUSINESS
.i no\9-2t I'

:ill < WANTEDSALESMENSatcaman PLACES Baby carriage. 917 Duval nova Sin 2t\t.

I Small desirable building 423

wantt.E l icncedhol..sale I Grcine Apply 620 Elizabeth Hollywood be-d including RmCros

grocery salesman ;.o\8-Ctx -> Supreme mattress ..rut

Auply in son Standard I __ box spung Blonde' leaf1 :
Koad Bai 1005 Divivon htadboartt Ntallnt''' .\"
Wholesale Grocery: Cet. Miami.j Rocky
nov 9-5t Street. for rent by month Apply foi $50.00. Call after i'30 p rte

I, at 1018 Division Strut 5i-1: Pomciana PUtet
nov9.bt\ nov9.1.x
t HELP WANTED-FEMALE 1 _____ _
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Secretary, experienced neat appearance -!

Good personality|
Pleasant W"l k. See Miss Mof 'I For QUALITY FLOORS, It's
tat Hotel La Concha. inov9 i

.3t ii i i Inlaid Linoleum

V Wuephutci Make real money for vouiery I

own ..; an Avon Replo. So.'ntati\-l'i! Kentile
ONLY TWO CREW MEMBERS were injured when this Army Avon Cosmetics '
in your locality. -
B.29 torn Cattle Field. Calif.. made a crash landing near Colo- Gifts sell on sight. We '

ratio Springs. Colo. The big bombers burst into flames after show you how to start mime. Asphalt Tile

the landing. Eight members of the crew were unharmed. ihatelv Your name and ad- ;

--. - dress to Mrs. Roxie Smedlej, I New Colors and Patterns for Every Koom
Gibson Hotel Key We t. I
c/o ;
1'u.g through his glass bowl at ill the House
Fireman Save Miss M. King house set the window Fla. nov 9-7t I II "
I drapes afue Pretty soon the SINK COVERING OUR 'ECI\LT1

| Goldfish I whule room was blazing But HELP WANTED-MALE I u.- FREE ESTIMATES -z:
( \Iy Sammy was not bi oiled. Foemen
II) Stenographer, for permanent
H I rescued him and saved the houseHe's branch office of New York ort Key West Floor Covering Co.
BR1DLINGTON. KngLmd-(At I
as perky as ever now. gmization.&Ohour week. Telephone -
I =It lucked like curtain for Sammy P O. Box
Ii t 390 or write 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stuti PHONE 1454Z
the oldfuJt. The tot sun fclun-: Subscribe To The Citizen. g09 for interview nov 9-3tx












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. COSTLY' TECH FUMBLE NETS TENNESSEE TOLCIIDO N I r Boxers Training ],



For NCCS Snooker

+-.va" #
;-. The hose i \\ ho arc liaiaiiy

.Mkv :'s -- daily .it N('CS for the forthcm
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in? Smoker looked very fit %>
1 wetktnd visitors Rho "ak-hee

siadow -hoxins in the ''iilit'-

i me. b.ig.punching and. < Vtht
mo. A

Trainer Nitlc C.ifuv 9 In*

mtnit is upiiilv pitting Ifc*
ghttrs into shape

Moie local talent is ncr ht

11: matches and civilian a. njfiSN

servicemen arc invites t*

i" imc in for interview and t .'n.ing .
daily from 5:30 p.m. I. 7: *

p.m and Saturday and Sind y
from 2 to 4 p.m.
The rioter of trainees mdwicsC
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E. Garlington. SN; Knnrjfc

I Aho SA: Stanley Simon TN;
i C: 'C'IJte DmiUH, SN: VillianZumkc

i SN: Edward Pataq tan.

,iA.. x'4' SN: John Rotunnn S03: S"I 'veButkwcitz
I S03; T. N. silk

SA: Buddy Garvcv S.T.. !\.
Bowler. SA: R. W. Long EN;
I Philip Howard &1'15.\; L Coin.
Lsh; Edward Lcscarbcau FA and
1.-1> Photo
John J. Jan.><"hck. FA.

BALL (in second circle from right) BOUNDS INTO END ZONE alter be.rj fum. ;ted ci Georgia Tech Fullback Fran Ziegler in first

period of game with Tennessee in Atlanta Saturday. Tom Slack. Tennessee back recovered for a touchdown. The Techs never

I recovered from the shock and dropped their first game of the season. 13 to 6. Other players identified: Tech Guard Bill Healy (56), How They Staiul

Center Bob Bossons (43). End George Brodnax (26). Back Jimmy Jordan {ill): Tennessee: Guard Ray EltasIS). Tackle Norm Mes-

croll (84). Tackle Jack Stroud (28).

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Wet Senior Baseball
Key League
ILOKIDV Jl \RM MOr HI HUM : I" \ \1. (:OHE. 21M2. I Oil (. \.
(Municipal btadiuin)
FOLLOWING _. _. .
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Key ti cst Clowns 1 0 I.'100
Ked Raiders 2 1 .fifi 7tomic
THROUGH
.\ Bimi'x.r! .; 1.333:

y l ass American LtRu-ii 0 3 ..0tJlIj
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By PEDRO AGUILAR

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e 4kAt Sporls Calendar
The Clowns an not on top rtt i ,

the Senior League and the lid SKATING

Raider have dropped to --ei 'nd I Baynew Park. Night

place and Bomber have slimmed FRIDAY

to third place andsAjntiuan l.a 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Eton has taktrt-" lease ..n th. I _

cellar TENNISBayriew

But the writer has news, that Park. Afternoonsand

may change the picture next Nights
Sunday: for the Legion has s gn Daily playSIHIIILEHOXKI.
ed at least three players that wIll -

help them a lot. More batting )

power more hitting and titldingbv (Bayview Park)
.
these more mature players I Daily play.SENOR.
The Red Raiders have listed :
two more players that will help i
them next Sunday and Baker has n.\ En1.1.,
promised to be out and that will : Municipal Stadium Alttroaj

strengthen their outfIeld. With i oUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14-
Baker, Alonzo and C. V lde... in First Game-Key West CI..ll1

the gardens there will be more :\Vn.phot' vs. American Legion.becond .
speed out there Game--Red R.Udl"1.

The Bombers'wnl stand pat_on THE ONLY GEORGIA BULLDOG In this picture is the ball carrier, Eli Marcich (33), as swarm Atom Bombers. '
the club and Joe Casa fattier
of Florida tacklers break through to spill him tar a lass in gun: at Jacksonville Saturday. Principal
may get another crack at the tIIInUlmill"IUUl tl llUllllllQlilll/lllWllllllllll
Raiders with hIS son or Mitchell I tackler is Cliff Sutlon. Gecrgia was hard-pressed; t> win from the keyed? 'Caters 20-12. .
firing for the Red Raiden to take over Southeastern Conference leadership a> Ga. Tech lost. Wlmfs Doingt

The Bombers have G. Diaz. the
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Meador, Swotting and Salmtro ,. I
fur mound duty. the best flinging \\ il.U'B 'I \In I't' TIE t: \!IOL1"NV"M ARMED bLHMCEiJ
corps in the league Coaching ChangesNEW : Y.M.C..t.

The Clowns will tackle the Lesion .oA.. .. -. Jackson Square. Whitehead

and the Legion with three YORK .;.'1 Tn: it ::1.J. \. .... n.. ... I and Southard Streets1UBWTU8h.UWWYtflWWUUU1BUWlU1
more good players with what J'. 3. .
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they have will probably give Red coaching changes have Ukvn -
in the Basketball Ass > '11- MONDAY
Dean a Mare place i : I
I 1 9:00 P M. Juki Box
The last time these two clubs Lion t. j dance
I of Amenta D'.g1..IJU 1d:: : '
?i I I "Truth or CVmqutntts *-
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met, Legion had no runs and I formerly of Hclv Ciorcpl n.- 3 < -v f..7" Show
Clowns two in first six frames f-. ib' .. lj /
Honev Russell at Banton. Ken fi
I t | TUESDAY:
and only one of those runs was.n '
<< earned run for in the first'!!: swifter coaches the Piovi,kn,'" ,v f 'W.qr I 7 30 P M.-Shuffle boaMr
Butler doubled wild and i Steamrollers hang resigned I .IN v siore. on the pairs
a pitch j \ ** :
he 'I I mentor of the St. Louis lk"1ht. '. V A .* -- I, 9 00 P.-Theatre Group mcth.
an error, stored and in the t
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thIrd. 'I He takes Nat Ilukev s pL.nUradv \ "r-. :: WEDNESDAY"
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Butler walked stole second and Lev\s purchased l 10111Baltimore I lOOP M Hospital Fishing tt f.
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.1 single put him over the pan. I takes over the B',ishers ; ..S '" J.:.{' J 00 P.M.-Dance Class (Beg*

The Clowns had but three hits a-- poyt'r-t-oadl. l ,- ..... ners)
first SIX frames, with a stronger [ t. 900 P.M -"\e Ole Countej
I In for hdavs .. -
making fudge tnt Party".
dub and better pitching it shouldbe .
better I cook it over low heat u"tt! of (Square'L aiK"in', Vie
: a game ;
Big Boy Brown did not get a I I the sugar is coinleteh di>,..>.II K .. hit in this game and fanned once stirs in" constantly. If you \'. :',: JM.t"1. :\ THURSDAY:
and walked once Dean did not I to wash dt.wn tl'e su.,,J: I 3 JO P M Phutw ca.J.m .*...
.allow hit first I crystals, that form on the ." ,1" "t 1 : P H.Dance. Oichestra.
a or a run seven
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the fork11,,., ,
FRIDAY
use a
but I aucepan. I :
innings in eighth Rodriguez .
tIne.; have bcvn wrapped In .i riff I 8:5 P.-Movnas Bridge Pw-
for
first hit
tripled and he
scored .
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It and small piece of damp cheese 11 t:1 'f ''Ii.'f.f. *...... tie*.
irtia. two more hits in W ........... ,!
ninth, and that was all for Le- :: l'if. > 'J' .' SATURDAY:
Mtk Slingin' Sam i- gp"..1' .. : : :' .. t" H 'o PM.-M.vto.
gion.Esera J : r :> !
harry Gilmore as tile next 'v t J !0 .o P H.Second slum ame
skin passing artist. tr'{ feature
: Two
former
minor ':"' ,
The kids around VArasr-i' "
i I SUNDAY
l( ague players or In other words : :
two local bans that plan in the anal ail over the country fll' 1" tnatter "' .. ,_: ,' ;.t".1to 1.-ti: AMWava Clul
minors last stason. will make I like Sammv BJU,;i C, ..,. ,?' 2 00 P M Classu. Hour.

their appearance on Sunday aft is what ;you Imht-< tall "h :sal I 9:00 PM.-fellowship" llttir
.
<'rnoon ont in first game and one American Bm luml': 'nand ... ';.ff. ..., Coffee and doujh-
in the sttonilCOMMENT. I all Texan the ea..% :, ,:n ".: -_ .; nuts

Baugh is quiet and nW(1I M .. ..':-t-.. .. ..... .e > ----- -
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the best American tra I't..r. "
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There is none of the brag.,:.i' tl'
ON 'lsc-gU\; business in &t-J. iI.. .
.1'' \\ ,itp. ", t
:s as genuine as he is Tt'x.in.
SPORTSBy which is; saving a lot. LOU liO:TS 'A. Wil:mm ana Mary end, leaps high to grab pass : 1021 Duval Street

.\ few weeks act the ht1r. from Tommy Korc -WSKI (no. shown), W. 8c M. Uilbdck. to score j DKIKNM111 : HIClS:
fellow may have set a record toucbdo-sn and tie highly favored North Carolina. 7 to 7. al
ED SIMS which will last a long time- I OCR\:Y
Chapel Hi'L N. C. Saturday. North Carolina defenders try
I 446 yards gained passing That.
vainly to break it
up. I 911ftl111111lhllliUPiglIlU11WtU1MtUgIR1WUI8MIVMONDAY
1 friends is a lot of yards to sam '
luoir.M.i.SIIINGTONProbablv.
against any professional foot _. ,
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\\ .\ theitritpst ball team. 7:30 P M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY .
:: passer of all turn is per Baush has been around a 1<.nttime .
:.n.nun,, here Washington for I Ik has set a lot of n.coi(:<. Taos Indians Improve Livestock 10:00 AM.-Bowling. for trace

the Rttlskin professional football nd wont be around t.>> much I Wives .,t C S. Sub
'<',tin SI infill' Sammy Caugh recently I I l..nsei: they saBut when tl' .
Alley
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T.\US.\. : Base 1
Bowling
i Tit t'." 1Ild'I- i :,, ip to inoiovihi
act. a host of new records I leaves. the professional f<-o'balitxnt ,'e ee..I !I... <. k .it T.indl..."i I"wh,,-fl \i; th, : n New M.xnTrt ..>. I 7:30 P M Hospital PartyTues. find
a5 ht n ht led his old pios to thtout the pro grid ranks wIn etctheir '
I
'" iot.il anti I'll."c :1": 11 II IItlI. but )
: of Boston J9 to 21 All Sum I champion go The:: will .lid f rule. lands alloted to the pueb-i/ -.- I
was pas.for four of the their Red Grange their Jack. 12:30 P.M.-Hospital Fi-hmc: TrW
touchdowns h<' played) and completed 17 to 21ttempted their Ty Cobb leave the sporting Latest in vt wa the importation place saucepans skillets and I 7:00 P.M.-J u k e Box IJancti

.. passes for a total gain arena Mr. Pro Football seems to on K>;'n. of an Army remount other utensils on units that most i(i games
,.f 446 vards. add up to Sammy Baugh. rt.i: J\ tIt tLeu size i I
:: si.al".n t.> :: ht THURSDAYi
npiov
Sam
beat SId Lutkman There fans hen ,
s are in Wa -hmgton 1:00 .
PM
\ irds-gained- who hcwakht.'d breed of Ta.s h..: "t *. Uncut lo'nl ,, Sewing MiK"NDe20I
passmn in a single I the1big 1 oth.rt: ..u-t h r 5t s Retxnth '
lame. mark when he netted 4bv fellow thi-,.vv 'em evtrFjll. v IJl 1'.v' : :1' -rya.: 'h.. I nt aorta 1400 being fed. A I ShowerFRIDAY
drds for the less Sunday afternoons. ,S.-h-: '.. I ,hind ', .. .. i
Red tOIl' .
potent on rnjn; ,1 i n : i I" \ 'Ii-'.,'i :-t., ) rs m p!" mrt-ss. 2-00 P.M.-Pre.natal Cla.ss.I
kins. Luckman. ccnemllv rated 1 Vl'ars.l.'a,'", even-is r i pi: .d. rn ": ,-. 'f -:,,' -,' ..ran!'\' (;,.tt m_ .:1'p ..f the families to 1 ':00 PM. Dance Orchestra.SATURDAY .
,
right behind Slingin' Sam, has always ood. and ofttDup..,: M --z------- :.st ''T., .n <., In H 't"'.. t t h.." Isea proved
inure line up front and think there I... .. !
moretime the never mother '.1' : quid ; .h,11 T edition Gating .
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I 2 00 P.M.-Boxms TrainingSUNDAY
to chunk 'em when he tryst Slingin Sammy: B i:,"- :- .' .'. '" t.. \\ twn the h..: -e was the I
The Chicago Pesis'star And there fans .l-e .. .
passis are i that i : : 1.' ; -'. ,: .... only means of transportation 9:30 A.M. Communion Brea*'
I. now gr"..ou'ng i...nt. other "Vertitv where tht "." t,"r,a! Ox.:t \ .f htpta.hi.'- 81 07'. mad m n tribal elders -
hti
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.:. Watch This Space :. ::I I TROPICAL TRADER WHERE JO BUY IIWUI.and*-xw produd or s:'rvir.w11u.fs ns.dsd THIS, DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU

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0 : Overseas : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE: 1000 : If It I. Electrical WE U"I''II': IT1! :
Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : ;I SEU. I T t : POOl .OLD CRAIG i I

1.: Coffee Shop l. j I Plenty of Action Toys lor the Children : : We Will C.li For and Dehvei = YWTE! STARUfcANtRS : Service Station S

SEE OURSHOWING 13 Yean Exp .,tn Electrical Work
Electrical I : ri nc :
: of ( Appliances J. K. BHADt( M.ae4jl.. "HOler 1M :

I'.a't't'11'll, ; .............................................. : l.LCQJ21: I Iu\al Street : Marco MpsJr.. Prop. : f riancu aDd DI 1..1 .Jtrta :

'fI(1I1u ..... .. .... ... .. ....... ..... .... : ELECTRIC TELETHON.: 41 : i 70J DUVAL STREET : Part I lul t-B &UtritUln Arrr M rie* :

thfe : HOME SUNDRY STORE !_-----.-..-------.--...................... .! KZ2 SIMONTON STREET :, "You PURL OIL and GASOLINE Dealer :
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: /u/(; I)1'ir'ea.. : :. 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. ...................... ....................... : Dry Inining: : .e......................................1...s.1.

:- I PRITCHARD i : and l'rrs ing : and Fender
e. 917 Fleming St. 1 "Your Patronage Invited" RUSSELL'S 24-HOUR SERVICE : Body Repairing

: Ice Cream r Proprietary Mfilicin FUNERAL : Free Pick-Up; and : 0
: PHONE 798 : : DRY GOODS Delivery SeryiceSUITS : AUTO PAINTING ;
: Sick Room Supplies School Supplies :
........................ : Toilet Preparations- and ArticlesMUMFORD S HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET and 11'OIIENMadeioMraaure for MEN\ : COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICES

1 ..................a.............................. : s I : : !)J AND 5'
TO y5 BODY
o ....................... :..... . .. .. / ...... l.rl TlwAP .SWr rreIr'lio PHONE 373Specializing : PHONE 282 :: I SHOP
i Spn first ..1................... 603-OS GREENE STREET .
and ROSS : : .515eeee. ,
E GOMEZ E j inWomen's j 555ee/5555e.5555.55555.5555555555..5555e...........11......1.....................; ,
220 DUVAL STREET -_ HAVE NEVER ......,......1........ r
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: FURNITURE CO. : :: Easy and Blackstone Washers : BETRAYED A TRUST- : : and : 4. GLANIOROU5i'I
WE NEVER WILL : :
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o : 720 DUVAL STREET : : Electromaster Ranges .. LOPEZ : .,. Get Set For Fall With The New I
r Ambulance ScritcTelephone :: : Children'sApparel : / deb curl : :
1 : .Nation411r Advertised : :: Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : : '. -- -u- t
.: Products (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN 5-18 : Funeral '
: 333 ) : Service Cold Wave Permanent :

: .Delaware Covering Plastic Floor : : .... .............PHONES... -.........s........9150........ : Never Sleep : : Established 1885 : : A s.ft. HriUirdl' \ \lucking' permanent. 5' ;
: .CloP4Y' Fiber Venetian : ........,........................................ ........................I 1 ,...................... / / that will cive: YOU that
Blinds / : .....................,........................ : Licensed: Funeral : : NEW LOOK and make .
: .LLugga Appliances. : : Dirrrtors amiEmltalnlC'rit : 1- you the Gidr"our Gal $10 :: 11
.: : rnmJ MYERS i iI of the New Season : at
: Magee and Mohawk I IAxminster : : prriallilne. In PI.HW1M.NTAIM. : :
: Rugs : : \\ .. ll'llt .T'.I'.. TI\T-
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UNITED STATES: MARINES SOLDIERS l .I i OFF TO FLORIDA WILLOV SMILE? *, '


I I'' 1! .F A Fellow-Feeling


OF SEA, 173 YEARS OLD TOMORROW I :Gent (averaged at the bark:more door than). -one'aural IhlVen't

i a day all this xv.t-k, lady.
The UHtJ States Marines )ftradrtt t Ivfrs. Stout-Oh. are you tryingt

..nHr fntcu* --Jv.Miei or reduce, too? ,
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the t tits." will boo ITJ: year* ..I H j ---
QUARDi : Suiff crispy: with a cheese fill
toinetriiw.Sinrr ing, cm in wedges clt.;t .whh

Nm-enihcr 10. 1775. when:, i }r
i Marines were first authorized by wan Flinch d 'SSing. ...
t the Continental Congrra.s. they
I 1 have Kerved the nation i .... rlc/' o over the horses and
t in peace ....:" r .q, r. -- -::: ,r llI1JIt" o ,guard; plant
f and in every major war this 1 j ,\ .. l' 1 ':T ;'r { prisoners Henderson! led the reg-
{: Jl-il I
country has ...a< Today, cast in the role of i i"Guardians I \ 1'. t:.. -- / .-' Hlj1( i I 1 c.f the (..nemy..rdin: to the'colonel's
of the Peace" Ma- .j < / : report, we pur-
\ i f :t J : fI.1 h ch wheYltVt'2tr
linn are serving around the cirtr ;; / he ; 'trued the enemy as rapidly as the

Klobt*. In the very shadows of'hipah i -4: ::Q'N; :;'Nfl-: # &tt. ; is vver! !I deep swamp: and"their mode of

whet- they fought Tripo-j I \-w1; ::: .. ,. !Uti warfare sdmittcd.
litian pirates as early as 1303:: j T!** chase continued until
Mediterranean :: j ql '{ when Henderson withdrew -
they are again sailing the LA /2 nightfall,
as members of ship i j I k ? rta. 'I' his troops and tallied the

Ikli'l.hm'nt-: tht- U. S. Navy. day's result and losses. Two
...
They are abu in China where -- .-- ''Maine* were, killed and fouri
Marines have served intermittently -' ,'- -. : fi i more subequently died of

since- 1844. Mani:. are ., i wounds received. Three of the
stationed. at Guam and at other .' I{enemy had been seen dead and

Pacific outputs from the Aleutians ,.,... .. :'..:: ;i 1 i 23 mere prisoners and clothes and
; to the Marianas.: In the sibL- : -h = -- a. blankets\ had been captured.
r paL' cities of Europe, London : < 1. nennerson was brevetted' a
Pans'Rume and Berlin .. in brigadier general: for his successful -
troubled Palestine, there are nut cf the enemy forces, anal
Marines -r I several of his Marines were proireted -
Marines Beady for Action | | for "gallantry" Four

General Clifton B. Cates. Commandant clays later. Abraham a Seminole
.
of the" Marine Corps. chief appeared ct the Marines'
said recently that the entire Marine -. ] TO FIGHT INDIANS camp under a nag of truce, andheggn
tiealerted ( -- -- day of negotiators -
Corps 8C.OOO strong, can a several ;
< :
and reedy for action "ina J' ;.- I I which resulted in agreements '-
: fVIII days" in case of emer- -: Incidents In Connection for assembling; ; and ship-

Xenry." lie" explained! that six of \ :: ; i1i. I ping the Seminoles! to their new
assigned "1til
ev :Jy ten Marines are rv-serA n.
-rombat forces. 'Ii I I'WI On May ='.2. 18S7. Henderson re-
i lo'th' National Security Act of( h With Seminole War Recalled cvived orders: ta report to the' Adjutant

1847." the Marine Corps was assigned I General of the: Army, and
its traditional missions Today the United Stale !Marine Corp commemorates itt 17Jrd Anniversary ftlll ItcMIng to the p,Ming traditionsof left Florida! the! next; day with
mo.nly-to provide fleet marine the early Mari'ies; vha sailed: the a.,oJen chIps of the new nation during; the Revolution a.id the War of 1812 i By United States Marine\' Corps all but two companies of l Iii cl

fur... and organic aviation for its modernized f cries can now be found in China (I) or on maneuvers various training; ; bases vf the country (r). M.J.r..It

twrvKV within the feet' and to -- -- -- ., .L For. tI...' next five years, CtJonel -
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/5Mel.i <. The ('inter) wJACKSONVILLE tried to
continue development 01 amphib- ilfntU-r-on vainly
it pertains to II a v t- nave hi., IIHII.failed from Florida -
i ioui UndiOK warfare fortes. as | 'Educational Opportunities Available : A Call for Women Marines j jI gone to Florida t'i fight the In-t1 t-,lion under Marine Lt. Col. \V. but war met with refusal by
II. Freeman moved ,
b Apalachicola
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.' Early exponents of amphibious i jI dians. Will be back: when war is tax S.tnUry of War. who felt
warfare the Marines made their I ,over." This brief communique, and took up garrison at Fort ,jtlK? n"?J for !Marines in Floridai
"t'r- signed by "A. Henderson Commandant Brooke. The two battalions: were !I ,
first landing in a ship-to shore i was mare" pr- :.in*! than the treed
.' operation in 1776. when an ex- : I : ," according t<> Marine au,mfnted bv the addition of a j I for tiw-ii return
k I tradition chronicled in'ii regiment of 750 Cre k Indian vojunteers -
I Corps as
peditiwiary force commanded by i From then until tinsumimr. of
recent issue of the Marine who were paid as United 1
attacked 1342. the remr.inm' Marines
Commodore Esek Hopkins ; optcrateI
Corps Gazette marks the Hiiroiduction States militia. Wearing white
:
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the British at New Providence I all ovi-r the State, being
of the" United: States turbans to distinguish them from '
a : in the Bahamas I I 'at .nf' tiimassignetl: / to I.t. Jol.n
tht>Seminole whom
Since that early" landing of Marines Marines to Florida. cousins T. Mii.u>; ,;in'"Mosquito
under Captain Samuel On June 1. 183G. Col. Arcliiltald they were hired t.1 pursue the FIct ?n-l' laterxpl.rfingtl *

Nicholas: ; marking. the first time ( Henderson then Commandant of Creeks were commanded by FloriJii; keys under time iiirecti
I the United States: Marine Corps, Marine officers. Needless to say'
tk. American colors had flown ;; of First I.t. Thomas T. Sloan.
turned over half the Corps to Lt. 'the Seminoles looked with disfavor -
over foreign soil, the Marine USMC.! niter MX vi-aj-s: running
Corps has continued& to perfect F t [I Col. Robeit D. Wainwright and upon their bl'XJl.I'Itivt'S''i\va; wIth! tliiv.dy Seminoles,
his assistant Sergeant Trigui, :n the whit turbans"", and em-
methods of amphibious assault who: !still& r-main enti enchetl in
I and devise new techniques for {: and took to the field with 38 officers phasi7ed their dislike by scalping the 'Gladcab>. tin..< day, the
i and 424 men. ;; every Creek who fell. into 1 ,
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landing under fire. Marines \lot'wdl please to be
Their specialized: training in II I Shortly thereafter" Colonel their hands. :relieved ol their tireary duty.
; World( War II enabled them to y'T Henderson reported with his On November 21, 153G, Marine Sixty-one' alherneckl lotl i
I
i "fcrt on the beach" of one. enemy-. t a Marines to Gen.' Winfield Scott, !ILt.'I Andrew H. Ross, cornmond- j given their lives in the St-minolc
Held Pacific Island after another in charge of the combined forces' ing the turbaned Cn-eks foughtan 1 Campaign i over hall. that nutn-

thereby paving the way for vie tt in Forida at Columbus. Ga. Un- adviuK-e guard action with the tier bavintlivxl; : of di-.(' :e'. I .
1 tory. Amphibious warfare todayis der direct orders of the Secretaryof I I Seminoles ;.t WalHio Swamis 1 In 1-1:: lu. or the spot whale

still a Marine specialty. War and technically an Army From the :K\vani; |>, iwo mlumnsrf ; the deal! of tn- Florida War are""
Maneuvers on Li,t Seal officer Henderson was placed in'I II Marines and) two I"f Army baric I ..t St Augustine, a plain
During the past year, two Ma I command of a brigade comfxisi-l I troops pushed the St.on 10'It."S back; marble. monument was ercte" l
Tine divmions. based on the east Pof Marines Army Infantry aril to the HaK-hce-LiLU.f; River. Tiv- vhi: Icmthe In..llonnws S
md west, eoait* respectively I Pss7f e I Artillery and friendly Creel In- following January the army conflitt) in wi....h let inuiiy gallant
weteengaged an tutenuve. large. I I dians. moved. against this stronghold men !>enshiil in battle, and by
scale nneuvet, with the N2\"S During the summer it '3';, the and rn" the 23rd, a company of rj I disease commenced on the 2&th
fkfU off snores "! the United S r-, I colon and his mixed briti'Iv: Marines under a Captain Harris, lof lX."t'mbt.1&.15 and terminvfteJ
; State 1. s j { 'campaigned against the Cork u battalion of mounted Alabama: :: oft the 1-th of Aujsust. 1942."

Between- these maneuvers, the o After al summer of frustrating vount! "(rs end the Creek militia Today. 173 year, after the firttbattplnxi
individuals and units within the tr maneuvers in swampland ;nd surprised and killed Chief Osuthei of MariiWv: .. was autl ..rt -
larger orfanuauons. received instruction e wilds the Indians were removed and three of his warriors at t iee\\\ by Continental ConjrcBi!
and sthoohns at. Marine sa4 -- 45 s eas to a reservation in what is now Ahpouk Lake.Locating and 112 yea.s after their iiitrof -
ramps( In then special fields 44c Oklahoma and Gt'nt'ralott's the main body of f ctiK-tion to .....id.... :Marines :are
.' 1n itHiUAn to the regular es- "Army of the South" turned 1 it Seminoles four days: Inter in and I stationed iron Pc-n-jcolj to Key
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tablishbent which maintained a + .w ; attention to the Seminoles in near the Great Cypress Swamp, West. N., !njitT ; t war with the .

: huh degree of preparedness the The Marine Corps Institute a correspondence school offering a variety I i One of the highlights of the 173rd' year of the Marine Corp was the Florida. the Alabamans made a rapid::i "natives" of toe Stale they fol.
Mann Coi. ps Kescrve. stab- of more than 200 .'rU.ehoqn, courses, free of charge to :Marines stutkoiizjtion of the rrgnter; "'om..n1..ln..5o During World War U I j In October 1836. Colonel Hen- charge and captured the horsesand low the daily routine of training:
b"hrd altei Woild War II. was everywhere" has been aptly described as a made-to-order education more than 22.030: women served in the active reserre. derson's battalion of Marines baggage of the enemy, in addition and instruction of a crock Corp

b,.*(V;I tu a strength of more for on-the- l&rines.bovr., a MCI instructor. explains the advantages --- -- --- -- - -- with the addition of a second bati to 25 prison ir. With a during peacetime.
of the Institute anti of the offered to __
1 Uian- 110.000.t.zton Marines.. MIme courses a pro. - '
that pcctUe Marine student.Reservists I !._ bv lifting him several feet townc.'r. I
: Approximately 20.(00 of( I
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Freed .. the made bend.
active Baby pipe a I
total were committed to
; duty training! during 1J18-: I
: In the \...... .-f U.th regulars and I 1- "Take-off" for Training From Except foi water and milk. :
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rt.Wtth..' aviation components : Americans use more paper than REVOLUTIONARY 1949 Il
have kept pace with the anything. els>e. l

ground troops in developing that Mann. -- In
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std! .I..K'..... of readings Your Grocer SELLS That Cooo s
: ,1.1. :; .t I'iS toot V(- thiit mud b> kept f.., any emt'lcrS 1
bchm i gas pix 1 | .-.. Efforts :b> hi.pjiKnt .-, STAR BRAND
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:; rhildien a Merry Christ- I ;t t I II I
mas. The Milthers have scheduled .
:| .h i eventby which they hope to Specializing: in I
.. : rus enough mnn.-y to increase N
the iiuitilrt- of children's panties I \ All( Types ojr'

: they have l>en giving every '. r lIntel l Restaurantand I!
Christmas. 'mce they entered the .1 ,
The events include two theatrical f II
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performances, a tootball ._- \ I BarEquipment I
game. )boxing notch car raffle :
ianol l ii radio it:- utt protrum. Each: rammer "Citizen !Marines" from clues throughout the country /)
to bark into Inform for their annual two-weeks' of active duty t tw I
training at poets of the ftl1larlariDe!
Corps establishment. A
A pound of horvey represent Brooklyn snit of the Organized Marine \ / i
Corps Reserve is pictured .
.! the tile wick ot 1.000 bees above embarldng. for Camo Lejeune. North Carolina: for ;oIUII.DKr'raininc. -'" / ;, "";; ) :I Size for size..wheelbase for wheelbase. .

--- -- I -- n ___ We are now in the position to serve your needs with any NEW design,..i... rs makes handier these truck 1949 to Studebaker trucks top 'em all in value I 1 :

Car Is "StandardEquiplncl1f' j furnishes:", a brand new Crosley type of equipment you may need. do a day's work in! ..- -.,

>ration wagon, valued at $1,077, We can fully equip: restaurants with all necessary requirements i Wide doors with "holdopen"stops r
I It I Low flours! A new kind of
k .. I J I \vith each of his new houses in which include ture-footedne. too-the steps are
Eu)urm.n Bethesda, Md. And he GLASSWARE i fully enclosed inside the cab doors! '
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I1 For Home business--with Republican and KITCHEN. EgUlPMEMT the-hood" accessibility standing -
1 I I Democrats i 'I ona box to service! Timesaving,
alike.
-1 1I I II I WASHINGTON: .a.ir1-> In hs j' "Buy a house with a car as I RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES spine-saving, cost-saving improvements r r-

1928 presidential campaign Herbert I standard equipment" is the Perry l everywhere you look! t
Hoover) envisioned two cars :.log tIl. "Some builders put in \I I An extensive new range of threequarter sizes New..wlnl..dinaud -
and wheelbases. Half ton. -
in exery garage. But it remainedfor deep-freeze units, or television TJ.o MAXWELL\ CO. Inc. I ton. one-jmd-one- ..loading The floor level
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IVrry is lest right in Ibe tre m _
Brothers pro iirwutWaslnngton sets as inducernents to buy.: Why I half models ti,
ton. two tun hood ss.aes.ttr..t-o.*
I builder twenty not a car in every garage" I Ij Furniture and Furnishings I a+i"
years later, to oli___ t car and i I
garage: with every house. j| If no label is present treat I I PHONE 682 THE TWINS GARAGE

I : C.B\. .01I&ell1I. Cain I Arnold Perry" head of the capital i sheer delicate rayc-m just as you"ta 909 Fleming Street Corner Margaret St. Key Vest.' Flm.MllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I
I. ....u.., I'I'I. i firm says this offering is i I i would heal other delicate' fab- 1130 Dnral Street.1IC
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By NM A
LESLIE GULEY Meets Tonight A regular meeting of Arthur}I Closed

PII0neS. The Citizen Office-51 : i' Sawyer Pct, No. 23. Ambi,ican ;; Thursday
Residence-S29-XJ i!I'i Parent-Teachers Association of Legion will be held tomorrow ; It has been announced that the'I
''the Division Street
alllUlllllllUIIIIIUtIIIWIlUllIUUIWlUIIIIIUIllUIIIIIIIIIIUW..._..--_._.- .UII".IIU" ..._,.,_".,"..._...."............,."".._................._..........."_ School meets tonight Elementary at 7:45': evening et 8 o'clock at the Post Navy TMicf Thrift Shop will be
"East o'clock in the upstairs auditorium Home on Stock Island. ; closed all day Thui-sday. Novem-1
Lynne" As Presented By i i 1 of. the institution. f i A class x>f new members will | Ix-r 11. Ariubiiice Day. '
be received into the Post in a I i 1.
All of students in the
parents
I KP.J"JT'f Players ;| < ceremony conducted by the K?y !
At'Qtirn Theater school
;, are urgently requested: to' West Guard of Honor. "Loneliest
be ,in attendance at the session tonight )1 Island"j j
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A proposition relative. t tinsurance
Istst Ni:!lit Delightful The school is making a to fcroiip
-- L' I i special effort to enlarge its membership for Post members will To Have Chaplain ?
Last be diocussed.
,night yuur reporter at- howled. It also did a good deal !, to earn the P.T.A. blue
Unded the first performance of t of hissing at the thoroughly;: nasty i[:ribbon award for 100%; member- yM i LONDON- AV-Trw R_. and))
ship. Mrs.. David Ingles Luard. win
"East Lynre" at the Barn Theatre villain of the piece and much applauding ReturningTo ?
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when ;i i In the absence of President j i first met en the remote South'
presented by the Key, West there was a noble : Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry, who is in r Atlantic island of Tristan daj
sentiment voiced by \ ;
Players and! ] anyone, ; West Palm Beach attending the Hialeah : Cucha. back in
laughed so heartil? which ; arc going to live>* i ]
wvery freouently. The j j"asides" !
state Parent-Teachers I 4 I "*
that she broke two' j convene j rt. the place sometimes called thq>
stays.
The were especially well-1 1]I tion, Mrs. Anna Rosam, vice-i !! loneliest spot in the world"The j
evening began on an hvs- j done incidentally. s, I l\flAM1-1. >) Creentre" ;table
|i president,will be in the chair to- l Society for Uie Propagatl
Urical note about 't' and Trainer Hirsch Jacobs )I
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ton minutes; lu would be difficult to select j I were
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i night. i I
before I than of tho Gospel here IS send'j i
from Hiateah
curtain-time. A seato an outstanding performance]! ; missing racing II |1!!
neighbor I I last but be back ins Luard as Church of England:
looking over the pro- among the lot. They all' 1 I season they'll j
were :
from, remarked: on the oleo' very good well-cast and hardworking Junior; Jr'O""",'..; \ .1 1PI l j'this winter Hialeah Secretary !;! chaplain to the British-ownedj
"Flirty Gertie and the ../ I' Sam H. McCormick reports island. about midway tietwvrni'Capetown
French ; in a casual offhand sort Wirephoto j'I j I
Soubrettes. Nanette Ywtte. Fifi of way that delighted:: the audi i\ClnhToHold\ ; \ 1 Greerjtrw is ovrrred by John i i and Buenos Arres. {
and Suzanne." and asked diffi- k-nec. The only performance j jeven HANGARS WERE WRECKED and several planes demolished when a tornado hit this airport at j Whitney and Mrs. Charles Shij- ',;i
More
11 II than h"lf the weight nf|
ck-nlly: "What' a soubrette?" +, approaching seriousncr- was Sjtecial Meeting; j Searcy. Ark. There were no injuries and:! damage was confined to the airport. man Payson. ,!! a typical r.-lar.t is. drawn from thel/
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guest the evening a. that of Susie King Smith as Joyce "IL '
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voting woman whom I have the upper-servant. I A special; meeting of the, Junior -' : .. ,
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known well for over twenty !t The costumes were very good ,J j; Woman's Club will be held I\ SOLDIER I'AKLAYS Cli: ; MtKTTKS<: : INTO SM: \LL FORTVISE
years and! therefore should be inde:.-d. completely in keeping! i!I tomorrow night Wednesday, at' I: NOTICE
rompUtt-lv accustomed: to herflashes with the era portrayed. I have j 8:00: P.M., at the Woman's Club- j ,--- -"-- +r. --7.p-........._._, -- -- -- --.-ar ix t !_*rlt i I It, All BIHelleaur llnsiiifs 4 I MOT f@:

of wit but never am. r- : seldom seen anywhere any thin.. j I house i>n Duval street.
plied: "S ml rette? Oh. that's that!i| quite so d..pn.inlt as the outfit All members are urged to bei I,> and I'rttfessntnnlWotHfH : ;

dish the Frenchmen are so' fund '; on Lady Isabel Vane. later Mrs.Cai ;. I pi esent at this meeting, the purpose 1], I: ** t'.lultf : c1'I RASHES-
.f-you know Crepes Sou- lyle. when she returned to of which is to discuss and' :
bri'tte." \ East Lynne to die miserably) nor: i perfect: plans for the "Follies of : j'I f: Rummage Sale i Aft sou f'OIDIf tbru the ruMtkaslj'mp1Cie.p
This delioiovn bit so convulsed: anything quite so sartoriallv fun !119..i9"! which the Junior Woman'- e a: i ia ,'?iMd: peculiar to Waay
.4 .aa-.v lbea UoIII staid
me that I promptly went into aroma ny as the hang of the villain's I[ Club will sponsor and which will! ,it Are To B* Rroufln T. \ ._ (men 7r5 i""we fl.aaew. .... n1vu figs'wut.r :
out of which I would not'be j be presented December G1sL-senae.. tired? TLee an
pants on 14 I: Steir' Beauty A' ,iOn < L<<:1* I: muklwml Trgctkb Gras -
yet if the play had not intt'r-I i j| In all :seriousness they did a Und 15.1Unnce. > ":tied 10 rrllrvc' coca syutnal
I Firming Sir, or 1'hmiP1: F'.ckium'a Compound _too Len WLai
vt-ncd.. Once that be gan. it was good job of it, the Key West Uuctun c.:l m.\..UIDaODIC .sf."rl
fiv nl-rtaining and laugh-pro- Players and I. 637 jut l'i'lmj *
; something is wrong At '! / ="aswd
LYOIA E. PINKHAM'S
Yoking that it held my entire atttntion ;I with anyone who did not enjoy j -_.& I ;
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throughout. ;; last nieht's performance of -East Reserve
Never was a heroine so sorely] Lynne." I\Flcct 1

beset as ours so put upon so d?-' The oleos were entertaining! e t

vivid right and left to her ,, too, and there was one that w,.<= \\SatnrtlayNight 1 I I The Beachcomber"Your

ultimate destruction and expiration -' screamingly funny. in which Eli i It has been announced that a :j
; never did! a villain leer and Vinock and! a very })t'J''Cmableyoung I free dance will be held at the M :
twirl his moustaches: tc; > heinously : man whose name did! notappear Fleet Reserve Association, Favorite Jewelry! Store"

; never wet there a more up- on the program and whichI Branch 50, on Saturday evening, d r
rifht upstanding, uplifting. UD- never did learn sang "Cicar- I November 13. The public is invited -e s
)holding and generally uppish eets and Whuskev and Wild. to this dance. I 1 xiP9&V '
hero.. Wild Women." I wish I could i t
The comedy scenes were very make mention of each of the i: i -
: KPWC To Hold dr0Ide0
much M, and *> worn the tragicOTMS. i oleos individually for they were i 'r d

Every time the heroine all very worthwhile. Miss Beatrice .
bleated. her all-con-tuinini desireto Moreno furnished admirable I 1H'iinuiifige Sale

we her little Willr.- before the piano accompaniment in theseFm ,I
t"'o of them died l the audience 01?Os... ;: Mrs. Stella Ciesinski Chairmen -: >

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't Members Of Key (West UPl7CAI \ ; I,Proft'SsionJ1Vomen's Club, announces WILEY C WALTERS and:: his wife (Oem) were held by police for Questioning et Colorado b0
that the club will holda Springs. Colo. after a small fortune in jewels ac d antiques was found in their home. Police ChiefI. I oCrr

IIJIIlJllJstrict Meeting I I rummage sale in the near future B. Bruce said Sgt Walters told him he traded 1.500 cartoons of American cigarettes for the

'I and that proceeds of same articles during his two-year tour of duty; in AUE: tria. No charges were made against the Walters;
In Fort Lauderdale Sunday j jI will l>e used for local charitable but Bruce said he and the Air Force are trying to find out if the goods were brought into this

II purposes. country legally. At right are some of the antiq ues. The collection is valued at 20000.
Five members of the Key West. ''a general discussion, and Key Bundles are being collected for '. '
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Uuxineu sale the -
and Proft'SslnalVorn- West won third place on the Quiz I rummage date of I -- --- .--h -
..n'. Club on Sunday attended the but lost it in the drawing of the which will be announced later in -
-i. DKtrict No 7 meeting of the ] straws which determined the these columns, and persons are l/.\. Observers'-Checl dn 'Truce in Palestine : z.i'

BPW held that day in West Palm;, winners. urged to bring their bundles to
Beach. I j i Of interest to all present v/as''! Stell's Beauty Nook on Fleming
Fourteen clubs were represent-j|I the news that the Ft. Lauderdale' ,' Street or to telephone 637 and
s rd at the meeting, with an attendance j Club has !broken ground for its l'I arrangements will be made to
of one hundred forty, !!' new clubhouse, something that J I i pick them up.Calendar. I
and the hostess for the day was ,, the Key West dub has hopes of I t "
the Lake Worth club ,, doing in the not too far future. I Of
Irene Redstone a young Miami I! Mrs. Grace Crosby one of the r "
attorney and District Chair- j|i delegates from the Key West I I! Coming Events I "t ...
man of the organization presided, 1 j|I Club, told the meeting of President -!
and the speakers' were Miss Elizabeth I'i Truman's projected: arrival TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9i -
Hrth of Tallahassee. Stat ''I in Key West on Sunday and called i I Regular Monthly Meeting of I 1tri )
Pmidcflt. whose subject was **A :i attention to the fact that the I Ii i I Division Street Elementary p s x

Club for each Working Woman" I i I i ladies from Key West at the meeting 'I I School P.-T. A. 7:45 P.M., in i :Y ASS s ) "
and Mrs. Edna Van Acker, of Miami i had made ouite a sacrifice in!ti I'! School's Auditorium. GutUSneaker. I $

the State second vicepresident i!! leaving on such a day, when th_ Principal Earl E.
and State membership !:;i: city would be gayly decorated for I Hamilton. LfIit
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(chairman who spoke on "Mem-1 j;! the occasion in order to attend il Regular'! Meeting, Key West I
bership." I I j I a BPWC assembly in Ft. Lauder- Woman's Club 3:30: P.M. at i
One of the highlights of the :'!; dale. This speech by Mrs. Crosby I Clubhouse on Duval Street i

meeting Sunday was the Parliamentary I J, received a very large ovation 'I Study Group, Harris School
Qui/. under the direction j There was an informal luncheon P.-T. A, 7:45 P-M. at Harris
of Mrs. Edith Lewis, Fort held with all the one hun- School Auditorium. Guest I

Lauderdale, which was broadcast i i dred forty members present at I Speaker Mrs. Charlotte Has- ;
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and! which, besides being extremely :! noon.I :
kins; Subject "Le -30n Trou- S R trY
instructive, also createda Those attending the meeting bit "; also Film. Public In- Along the Lebanese front in Palestine, a party of unarmed truce \ '
great deal of merriment. Contestants I from Key West were the Mrs to make certain that the United
vited. observers checks military positions
consisted of a member I dames Vftlhelmina Harvey. Stella''I' Regular, Semi-Monthly< I Meet- Nations-imposed cease-fire is being kept by both sides This party, -BATHE R -.nil Faulkner.' : 19- / / f 9 \
from each local club and there Ciesinski Aloysia Van Goidts-
I! ing. Ladies Auxiliary VFW under the command of a French ofliccr (third from left), confers: tr.onUi-okl balhiiis beauty rn- ..
were three judges. roven, Mary Lee Graham and t
I 8:00: PJ.I. at Club Home on With some officers of the Lebme..ermy: over a map u t the area. Jon her nifthtl.T: pta.h in kilrhrn -
Following the Quit there was! !!I Grace Crosby.American Elizabeth Street."East 1- 'ink at err home at Ilirksvillc.N. \ \ .'
Y. Jill h the daughter of :\1-. 'I
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atre. Presented bv Key West I I: TODAY I IX HISTORY tt and :Mr9. Donald Faulkner .f r \

; Legion Auxiliary Players.; Curtain Time 8:30. 'i iPerformance (Know America)
1215:: -Deiav.are ills i hi! rkr. Each Night Thi by Brit.sh I kt-l-second v.:.': Sandwich !1.ia\cs for parties Sun-tan luggage at m-burn :
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Entertained Hospital; PatientsWith Week. I' Britain. may.\be frosted on tiie outside prices

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10- I.-d with mayonnaise or s,1 tt'ned .
Party Held Last TuesdayTen Business Meting Navy Wives I 14--Andn:: Jack 'm "MCCIV cream chee. The filling for the I .
Club No. 88 2:00: P.M.. at St. plurality but not a iii.ij' '' d,i\ : loaves may be varied. egg salad Smart women everywhere have helped make
American Archer Daniels Claudia Mary's Palish Hall. :I clcttoiil vote*, and Joh'iiii' tmur.t"
members of the Dorothy layer chopped ripe this America's most popular
luggage.
entertained 1 Waller Alice Robinson, rJayct's, 8:00: P.M. Speaker! Adams t-host-n President I \ i:.. olives! for ..mothPtand watercress i They like it*
Legion Auxiliary et Dion Hester Richardson, Kern Dr. J. Lancelot Lester Jr. I House. of Uepresentativcv. and salad dressing for a j l emooth-as-satin suntan leather finish-not leather

ward patients at the Naval Smith Tessie Wimmenauer. a n. pital last Tuesday! evening with t Miss: Joyce Harris Russell. "The Traitor Within". I I five in Bu.:ton.I l covering. ?

a musical bingo partY. during The Auxiliary is especially Regular Monthly Meeting. ]I -Pno-"lt-m Cevi! law i sut's HELP HIM I They like its rich interiors its solid brass

whit pries were given and lefreshments grateful to Mr. I...m.? Martell Woman's Auxiliary of Mun- ,- a pmlanwtitm. agauist .lit. I fen ...tlwl'h... alt in Iltaven.! streamlined locks. They depend on its rugged
of cake and punch i who supplies the piano accompaniments r.e Co'inty Hospital. 4:00: bub.ious, .
licittmcnt of ('i.i-si:1 i help Pic& ;uVnt Truman to live j construction. I
j Best of all
were St'n ed. at these regular bus P.M.. at Hospital. Public In- laborers in WashmRton T-m- our prices are just about
Members participating in the I Irntt'rtunm..nt !Ipital parties, his music Ijr-ing vited.Speciil. : tory. I I1K89 I in Thy I love.. Iit-p! l I&m. de.-tr Fajth.r. !j impossible to beat Come in today, and
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wr.h "tl! kindness and'hl
the Mes- much liked. and I I : you
were appreciated by
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j Junior Wom-, Free mail delivery -
Meeting.: "- : '
!' ; earth, see our big selection!
Uamea heir S ind.s, George J all those present. --IIIC-! -V! :> :KIurs i iI
iunna > I an's Club. :8:00: P.M. at Worn- j, ice extended to cities nt w\n, 5-j J !I 1"...i,: ,v !I.'t! 1'"--,...-... Truman. '
---- ---- -.. .- -- -- -- -- an's Clubhouse on DuvalStreet. ; 000 population.1918German. i ,, .. A. Samson
-- I : tll"1! t H Hi-/ R..Lhit.' Vanity O'Nite, $17.50
All Members Urgedto kaiser ahriicuies j ,, and Blue. God bls all .,t .. -
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Ley Memorial Church (; ronp Attend.Regular '] and Socialists take 0Vt' '. .p..... .I ". I "t,1I i. I i i i i i'-' mi you. .. Somsonife ladies' O'Nite, 519.50

Weekly Meeting. Troop': 1942-Important airf:cl Held Hatch Party Last Friday 8. Girl Scouts, 3:30: P.M., Wesley Algeria taken over by AmtrI .- 18-year-old actress won court n.. ,\ It ',
.. ] House.THURSDAY. 1 cans. approval of her motion picture .s--..
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The Young! Adult Group of the Ralph and Dorothy Martin, Ted) NOVEMBER 11- j 1943-The U.N. Relief Rehabilitation roalrcrt in Los Angelc l Gtr.grr.! ,.1. Sre.'Iad S..mof.pr<....yA/y..... fllCMI ...'v-
Ley Memorial\ Church last Friday I and Peggy Swain, Albert and Sewing! Committee, Woman; Agieement signed by 5-1'! \\hosr screen name Is Sib Til 4V ft.CM tvbicf to....."..t..... MOWN
evening held an enjoyable I Doris Carey, Stuart and Katharine { Auxiliary of Monroe County I allied countries. 'bot. is a native of New l'ork.' { PAN AMERICAN WOflDSaiiisonite A"WAr'

wiener roast at the County 1 Whiting Hattie Lou and Earl 1 Hospital 2:00: P.M.. at Hos | 1944-Forces of Gen. Patton a

Bt-ac4. with an enthusiastic group Hamilton George and Mary Sue pital.( Those desiring transportation ; advance along a 50-mile front i>i>
present. I CraddoCk. Doris and Hugh Edwards I please call Mrs. : Gei many. Shatlgltairl'ailors I TN YwT iw/.YIN eowr.le luggageStrong !
Wieners and marshmallows I Charles and Louise Pier ce. Rutt, 420-W. I I 1946! -Piesident Truman abandons
w je roasted, and games were I Il Clayton and Nadine Johnson. Lions Club Meeting, 0:30: P.M. i all pi (,{'. wage!: and sutai: Protest Shortages ALL VITAMINS Enough to Stantl On!
played.l Also plans were discussed Don and Ruth LrS&t'Il. Aubie and I Guest Speaker Dr. J. Lancelot ; controls except the ceilings; (>n taova to be eiseotid: to bunuauuinoa. /

for a I large Christmas party Gladys Roberts, Hoke and Nellie 1 I Lester. Jr. and Film. "The rent sugar and rice. SHANGHAI.-1VH.M.n, .. plus litu ted iioa.72'f \
and a committee was appointed Hendricks. Kenneth and Fran Traitor Within", To Be j 1947! -90.000 Northern textile t.u.r! do h'a !
tailoring v. itt t ut> $2.59 a
to direct this foithcuming affair. : Gam..r.e and ubVeav.r Shown. mill C.LO. workers demand a'' '
cloth "i thread" lit' .m't. '
I a% 2sa's $7.95GARDNER'S
Attending the party were: and Miss Dot Curry. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER '
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; I i 13- hourly wage Increase.p Shanghai tailors, and the- '11 i !i..s The Beachcomber
t Free Dance. Fleet :, Association shop unless the ,
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. Branch No. 50. 8:( Wrap cht'eSe"eO m xa:ed the rigid silk ration which isn'tenough \ PHARMACY ,
Common table salt types of I I I I The absence of cobalt in the P.M. Public Invited.Cubicrilx 1 paper, put in a container with a to let them keep \vithmhaiiing I, 1114 Division SU Car Varela JEWELERS. SILVERSMITHS1 -
rait form alxmtC.rin f.ntr-fdths of soil of pastures can lx fatal: to tightly fitting cover, and store ia I dirt-olio of .-ust..It1--r d.msnd. I.- '1 PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERY .
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Trial Of Biw'enCcs I Toll Removal >uuL and said; :
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1 are expected to arrive late this "Who's behind the eiGht{ I I1' seven newue 'l ,-" entatives..

I 'PJ I a_ [ StartedSteve To Be Discussed I week. H- did not know the exact The President said he simply I three television men and .of\pn

[: I date of their arrivaL He said wanted to find out if the newsmen ;- Western Union :supervisors; in

Bowman colored, wenton Proposed removal of the toll: that they would likely remain were satisfied with thf -r il Key West as a result' of Mr. Truman ;

, Wade Miller trial before a jury and Judge on the Overseas Highway will be : with the President until he leaves rues being provided' lh.. Navy ', two week vacation '

.I" NoI........ Aquilino Lopez Jr., in Circuit discussed: at a meeting Friday I here about November 20. "If they aren't 111 give them The I List '..inr the President

Court here night of the Key West Civic Improvement ,I Th President is keeping inI the devil," the President remarked. was heat the corrn>pundeiiU
today' on a lint
Chapter. I what you aont:understand. I"rt wunt expecting help from ,... degree murder qharcc crowing: ; Association, according I close touch: with the White House He was smiling at the time were given a tone crab meal by
cnK' didn't want, to go out to the given her everything could... I .didn't think you would know out of the death of James Mcln ) to Col. G. D Hatficld. chair- through telegraph. telephone and he made his statement. the Overseas Road and Toll

f*.' college= at all but be iDsiated. done my best for what seems like Or. Boone You did know the torn, last June. man of the group. The meeting radio. This morning he disposed of One of the bystanders. in the Budge District: officials. Many of
negro
1 a toe time Wbak aD-JEI'I! cte 'i1tpino. You know; Shasta Lynn." will be at 8 p. i in. in the County i official correspondence brought room reminded the President that them did not go aqid regrettedthe
( .eleven o'clock she was stand- her. Mr. James 1W old nan shrugged tired It was alleged by W. Curry Cuurthoubt. I here by courier plane. he gate tin publican "the fact ant'I "" !int.. This time

peg en! the curb in front of the The slight man Et a eSftrctte shotOders. *Tr. been waiting for Harris, assistant state's attorney, I The President toddY at .ilevil. dunn the campaign they fay they'11 all !x thi'n..
allege book store waving good-: After the match died be flungit the poiict. 9of p""* .tix&e.-. who is handling the prosecution, WILL IOU SMILE? got up earlier than I Thc President( corrected him i:i .i _
that Bowman slashed Mclntoth J 7 a. 11abe.ut an hour
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b*i to the car u it drove oft. I straight down with all his! Walter James sprang to hu ( when After and said hell"; was the word I He :! The United States has about
might into the wastebasket by the feet. "Damn" it! I don't'want you with a knife in a Petronia street he arose yesterday
fifteen Waiter : ShortChief f said he was through 'giving 'cm six cent of the world's
minutes later *
; saloon. I baeon. per population
breakfasting
desk. I didn't drive down hereto to wait for the police. You-I on orange/: juice "
Jme walked into the office at if in and milk the hell From now on he goad"we'll and produces about 13 pet
discuss philosophy I haven'tthe doht care you dry"up jail The vvor selecting a jury .w- toast coffee '
45th Street and El Cajon. Gilbert time to search out a pattern and blow out through the bars. rupied nearly the mine fore- of Police Can you I President then strolled down to i all work together. ? leant i( of the worlds food
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had watched' him drive up. give a description of miss-
door banged the old for living But Kevin deserves something, .: i I n >on. your i I the Naval Station beach at old -- -- ---- --
the screen cashier'Banker !
man winced and turned the desk better" j(I Defense council i." William V. ,I ing 1 Fort Taylor, where he swam and i ii II I Ii
smiled weakly. "I see Gilbert shook hij head slowly. He is about five feet
GILBERT Alb and Eni lolled around the sunshine until -
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ique in
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not old enough.'You'Dfind Therfe's no use to fight. Mr. five, inches taU and $7,000 tliort i
don't know what you haveto James. I made bid for Jr nearly noon
security
my
time later on Later on. i
tell me Mr James he said "As far as I'no concerned and I failed I knew I had failed I The President Ayers said. is i Paul ;
wearily "I know my daughter Kevin is a free agent If she after the Filipino talked to Miss Weather, Apply/ To Wed \r feeling; fine The President takes J. Sher t
didn rome home last night. wants to walk in my direction Lynn. .' The ; That all"Your nothing is going!: to stop her. Do That tramp will keep her An :ippltrati'jn rtl a man ia''i and hearty At all time the press
daughter Is in no dan- you understand what I'm saying mouth shut or have it shut for ionrr\si: I"IJM''a, r""did l crstecdae! in the n {nt sentativc' .ai. I IMI I. I,
ger. Mr! Gilbert he said. "I can '" her. The Filipinos dead Melv.;n I Key W-"st anal' \icmitv: C''n- office o[ C mint}. JiKlnr I RivmoniR. I \ Truman in the course of a

guarantee that for a while" "Don't expect an outraged fa Emig has! been dead for sometime I i tinu -d fair we.,th<:*r with ", "rday afternoon clropprcl -
I
Gilbert shuffled !some form on ther. Mr. James. I'm not perturbed Little Steve and Darmer- I ate easterly: ( winds ('stay, tiuzht: of 907 South..i I i liT''Oorl I Lilli in el press headquarters| cit JEWELERInvites
hit defk with brown corrugated at whatever arises between well they ran Esteban into a little Luz'iIJ troublelast and \\ednevlav) <.n DcLctt. 4::>. f>[ 1112 Soutiincl the Naval Station; BOQ lie leaned -

hand; "Danger There's no way you and Laura. Perhaps I taken night.in by the Mexican police be Florida: Partly clon-lx' through: Strctt 1 over the shoulder of a newsVISIT
fa escape it. There's no point in was at first; because I didn't expect I ... You .
Wednesday mostly cloudyin the
this afternoon except to
trying. It'a dangerous! to cross the her to be courted by an "Then is but Tallahassee Isolated early ...................,,',.www..w.wwww.-w-ww.: ."....., t I..,
street or to eat things out of tin older man. But events have everyone' gone me. area. I.I
cans." changed that It doesn't matter It seems inexorable doesn't"it'*" morning showers over lower east / 1 Formal I

/, '"The odds are with, } Kevin TmMI no v." smaller"Don't man go by warned.appearances."If the coast and a few showers in Tallaha Opening of !

her aide" The slender man Walter James contemplated the everybody's .;ce area Wednesday I l
fitted himself into the leather tips of his fi tigers. "You keep nesses. The gone police there know are no little w t-* Jal'kson'i11e'thru the Florida -'- : YOUR His New Store

chair fur client I missing the point Maybe l the God about you. Esteban Luz very knows traits: Moderate cMMrrly :winds I

; "Kevin. Gilbert let out a voure' worrying about doesn'tha.e your name but he is not likely to thru \\edncsdiv Partly cloudy SCHOOLS
quirk breath. "That was her a plan but I have Nothing talk. He will be expecting help weather Few widely scattered

mother', idea No. I never had I is going to interfere with Kevin from you after he is taken m- j>ho'.\'(' ':> mostly at night. 1 $.. how the schools art d...l!.
any particular plans for Laura- I. and whatever she wants! Particularly help that will e__M.. 608 DUVAL STREET
never come By the East Gulf: Moderate easterly / opmg the talcnH of f your chit
I just wanted her to be happy. I the arrest of her father'! ? time he decides he's been double- winds thru Wednesclav Partly / 's.t dean and .prep.rin9 tMm for !
wanted to be real father to her. I. "Do from the.police*"
a
come
you crossed you will be gone and the
cloudexcept mostly cloudy witha ( i c ..
kvinq in.tomorrow'i world. 4
but she wasn't my idea of a "My connection with the policeis Mexican police will decide it's too
daughter Her( iroodiness. her roaiantirtsmI as strong as the ,help they can difficult to reopen the case" few :showers over extreme / s. : FRIDAY EVENING NOV. 12.
Hon know where In Atlanta rm north portion Wednesday AMERICANEDUCATION .
give me. a private "Sit down, Mr James said / ? ;
the get them I've never had any I detective I'm after a man who Gilbert. He switched the radio on No small craft or storm warnings / .
longing for adventure the way killed a friend of mine. I'm not and drummed his fingers on the have been k>t>ue ah* seta it Things are unstable interested in upholding' the Jaw" desk. After a while he said **U'hat .
enough as they are. All Ive ever i "My daughter told me about is the possibility : NOVEMBER713POINCIANA .
wanted wa* security' I your partner. I can't give you any "Very good to excellent"
"Kevin doesnt want security help there." A paunchy couple! stopped on Key West. Fla.. Nov. 9 1913. / d uotia /{(.Si r.s/iriffftftf/ ( .. Fi-tv (fiflsDoor .

aid Walter James. I "You know of Dr. Elliott the sidewalk outside and peered (Observation taken at City Office t
"No she never has." said the I Boone?" indecisively. 8:30: am., EST) /
old man. "She's not old enough I "I'v e never heard the name. Is "House hunters" said Gilbert Temperatures DRY CLEANERS Prizes! -

.. realize how valuable it is. ShedGHn't he the man you're after** "We'd better make an appoint Highest{ ye Icrda}' .. 82 / Commercial Building PHONE 108S Pcunciana PlaceAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -'
know"what she wants. I The radio began a rhumba ment to meet somewhere later I I Lowest I last night;; ._ 75 -

Affect ion. undertone A slender hand turned this afternoon. I don't suppose 1 Mean 76 ___e. _.__ _. _' ____..
Gdbn'twbted his old mouth the knob and plunged the office can'lose any ground through di3ciusion. -
aM gleamed hi* eyes at Walter into silence. I ." Norman 75
James. "Its hard to really like I "Ues the man. rm after. I (T. k* .atuBeft'') PrecipitationTotal

-. ., ___ I INo last 21 hours .00 ins.
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Total this month .00 ins.
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High School Students \r. 13 DeadlineFor I Ol'fidcnethis Total this' year month 1561 91 ins.ins. ttAJk

Excess this year 10:11 ins.
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To Take (Part In Test ( Merit *.15tC111EXaminatlonS Relative 8:30 Humidity.a.m.60v e


BarometerSea
.1 SIN.a6 I fur .Hi.IIIIN'ra<.}'k ( Level)). 8:30 a.m.

1 23: .91 1013 9 .
i5p! ..>*, i.T.>r I HiirmtLLAIIASSEfc : ins mTomorrow's *
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T.\ Nov. :9.> Almanac

ll, Junior (ClailUlhc'r:| ; | Person interested 11hkin;;I Sunrise b:10 am.Sunset .
5:M p.m.Moonri .
Of Coiuimric { Merit System cxaimnatiuna for : ..r ;-2.27 p.m.Mocuisct .

the position 01 welfare visitor 1:17: a.m. ..
The Miiind annual' I SN| 'ak t10i; [with the State Welfare Boar

fur Dimoiiacv. i 'mono I., high I appli-cations : 11nES
.
ho..1 IH (Naval Base)
lot ktuclrnls u .11 miliirt "' .
[ than November 13. !
ed as a frpcrial fiatim "I! 1'.- I Tomorrow ___
|otIWl| Radio Work N."..'nil-, ,If Angus Laird Mcrit Svslem Supervisor (Eastern; Standard Time) : rti: -
t : said that the exanuna- : ....
20, it was announced' toil<' i In II. High Low .
tions .
will be conducted: November
Call: ) I Duncan, chaiunan oi the, i'I 20 in various on 1:::;it a in. It:16am. = .;--'i-.r ._ =t-.
Key West commiltt:: m ihaigi the tcntrrsthioichout 6:16: pin I II::52pm. .' 11.- '
i : b..tC. Just uhprc
'Nationwide, the publii ,peaking will be cleternuned after the -
content is jointly puns"red ap ADDITIONAL TIDE DVTA !' -
I
plitations have
been
rrreivrtl
by the United Stat, <..v Junioi I rM : The St-ti Board his announ'el 1 (Reference-,'li i.n: K.'v \V.-U>

Chamber nf Comnw(" National' that there Time of Height ol
are vacnmift. for tlip
ASkoriatum of nni.icli. Stalin'sTide high waler t :
wi I> and position; in mot eitif>iv, of Hjrifls \
the l Ceded. "f"nur..hu. s AssneiatHA. ; R IlM (II >IKl4Nirlso
pciully in curd area. I
The Key West i ..mmittecinrliifles 4 Mmiuuini flU tlific..tion" m inehiJegradudtioii ( : Oh 10m ((1.011 ;

local ipicM.ntativcs. of PET "Pesky.the squirrel : : or ito; <|uiv'ilciit from N > NameKey I
Ihape iugani7ation.s perches atop the head .f Don W !fan I atxre-lilel: collc3 or univ-er- : (l'aIIlrl) i ih 20m .
...... Boca Chica I ..
\ ytwr Z'itNlO: ) high: Mhoolfiom McCorkle. fire and police chtrf ;. crin equivalent ftxnbmt. r'I
.hldt"nts. 41 stalls and thitrrritiny at arsenal at Rock Island Ill lion of education an-1 experience; : (S.>n<1v' Point'!--Oil 10m "

of Alaska' poltieipatal l McCorkle found the squirrel some knowledsi) (,f the H'>nJai II Calder Channel 1 -
in the conk ;t. Four national : after it fell out of a nest and j jj ,i Welfare Art; and ao::; between 211 1 (north end) I 12h tOm tl I.I It '.
j raised it on milk fed from a : 00.,
winners u't"l"lv,1 l an all-ixpensi'; i aril ;oO) year except where the
hip to Washmeton D C.. where: medicine dropper. jI j[ applicant has had two ;vcaiof NOTE: :

they owl the Picsidint and "vci" I IrfPMnted I social l work experience: within the I I (-)-Minus sign: Corrcition.to : > I

$-00 scholarships and Awakens From !'past 10 \cai l he ,subtracted i
{IlI'rworwl\ZOl Wrist watches i iIXadline Visitors: are required to furnish (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to:
I
1 fur entry;; in this their own car but are allowed be added. w
are U November 24 The contest I 147-Dav) Coma. I imlcajf reimbursement Stalling i ii

I* endorsed by and has the '" salary i& S16j; per month and If III. Hli% ....Slf/f' :."

approval ..f the U S. Offux of SANTA ranges up. with years of serviceto i
Education and tin Nationals- MANIA. Calif- \ftir <20.>. Sluck With II
.M. .ialion of St.'l'Onl1dl"y-Scho..1 ;. l>'mi. uncon&Liou fur 47 days following Application blanks for the c\-

IYnCfMlMimiruition injuries received in an anunatinns can be obtained from How is the .tcondl-han'I iarou

> in tinih->oli will auto iindint Velma Ruth Gri 1:. the unit office of the State Welfare \ h"uht": '"

take place| dua IDa the week Im- 1C-j'car-old high school student Board In Key West it i is ''I\c iu.-t re.ili/ccl' : hohard( it
nwt+tatrly follow' National Radix has located at 123 Cnrolnnc StnetriKhMM I II-i to (rice <. bargain:' ,
emerged from her cross andis 711fJlJ
Week Th winning" .ptvrh,, '! -- I (Gf IJLlZEftfoiJ919/
iii-ovinnc She -ulfered
will be tmnMiihed and entered a : TlnJI\ rI
basal 1 skull fracture. I "I
in the state elimination From i i (Continued From Page One) i
the group of entries received by .
man with !
gold
a badge
the. Ute chairman th:> winning Seek Divorces tins the President's visit commora to the ", LolloIung., sleek and under its grateful: : bonnet one of the highest/ compression engines
slate. entry will U forwarded' to jI I I
American Legion::: National Convention in anoIr.: .
Witfhinglon.. D C for final 1 Petitions seeking divoiccs wen Octohct
in at Miami
!
screening and elimination to four filed yesterday in the office of Mills. aid he had received the i II purrs quietly but put our foot down on the accelerator and zoom op the passing
Circuit
Court Clerk Ross CSawjcr .
national winners I gold bade: from the Miami Convention l I MOW AMERICA'S fAVOKITt lane as jour powerful. new rra/cr engine with its dual manifold
Eight eminent Americans: ; will by Robert A. Arnu Committee. The Piesi goes into adaa and year
sieve a. judges fur the national against Betty Lou ArntZ: bv Barbara dent accepted the :sift in a': MUSE MINT IRINCS Til speedometer needle snaps to attention.

rontekt They arc: Margaret: Cut I!, Louise McCrcdv againstRobert gracious little talk. On the highway, at speeds over thirty, the '
overdrive
km Manning' novelist and au Francis McCroHv: a.-1 h.. saves ....,_. v our big.extraroomy ; .

them uf many artitkon phase Violet Whittaker against: Garth Seven hundred pencil ua,,ti.- 1EHRAYEAR I Frazer will match nickels. with any of the cars it leave behind I

c 4 American lift: Turn C. Clark. ; hittakcr. ale made' horn. a pound of spcciallv -i- __, Urge or smalt Its responsiveness! its paie-tclling/:
ktttuncy general tit the Unit-d } ,treated rubbci caB the New rRAZLR the most spectacular performer: ,
OF BEAUTY I on the road'1hc \ !
Stales Ir llrnrv Emerson Foe I U\\\IEIHC.\X: : --- -

rink, pastor iimritu.. of Ilivniffe 'C.>ntmued From Palo; One) <.."---.", gent\ thrill of iu performance: is heightened by the faun' III which you nde.

.. Church New Yoik MivOvela ': federal court Inn on Nu16, Go theFASTEST \. '. ts --- :.._'._, Vou may style our /New' FRA/LR to jour own taste.bv ihoosmg
Hobb\ dir
Culp wartime and his tnai will
begin sometime 1 teem more different combinations of
:1J colors
WAY : and!
exclusive; : fabrics
t tor othe \\orm-n k Army in Januarv Today hi denied! '<
Cwrp*. Eric Johnston president report that h" would resign: from 1 he Beaut\ mj Oi iniiHni Custom Ca. St; ing.I .:-' than are offered in any other new car. J

fif the Motion Picture ProducersJV the House of Representatives, tow NEW YORKWASHINGTON 'lite"RA ILK MUflll vttun the Nude vt H diva. Run. Make our :selection todayTHIN .
urtatMin Mia Fianttk IV ikif hl'h he was elected for his cvtilth wrtuarsWP

I s 1....- r .<....".1..1' of labor. term last Tuesday .. .. -
Glenn L. Snow, Dixie JuniorOHcge $ HOUSE PAINT ; tiiie MANN Thwa.v Nt."t.MUf THE 10SSS..My W,..M ..>(. .*.< Mvtwal ftUtwv.11

I St Gcorg:": Utah ictiring kihools November 23. on Nov:cm: uw erne lets irn I
COME ON IN TODAY AND GET
NEW ORLEANS whiter...colors BEHIND THE
prnMt-nt of the National Ed- her 24 the winning contestant Whites art WHEEL !
uralton AJIot'latlOl.nd James from the Key West more beautiful! Honest film
High::: the
31 Cities m 12 States thickness with !smoother. Eastern Auto & Home Supply Inc. HOl-llOJ Division
l Stewart llullvwi.ud motion pic Douglass High and the Convent -Phone 418-Key West
lute St.lTtie I| of Mary Immaculate will ,Jollier surface. SXTPkeeps
i judko: .>l thel.i. ..al ctmIMU the radio at 6:35: p.m. to appearon prc CALL, 1084orjourtraiel its freshly ptmttd look Whidden Motor Sales, Inc. E. E. Price Motors, Dist Garrison Motor Sales, Inc.

t me Jude Aquilirui LoixzJr sent their speeehe The judges agent ono year before longer I Coral Cables, Ha. 178S 5 S.W. 8th SU Miami. I U. Fort Myers. Fla.
thsa
Hwritce Bryant and Rev. will have
until November 26 to
J SigUrnund I. I.aing The bails4 make their decision. On Nov'ember t Thompson Enterprises. Inc. i Tropical Motor Car Co., Inc. Lowy's Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales, Inc.

co jud&mj will" be: 26 at 6:15 p.m. the winning I Hardware Fort Lauderdale! Fla. Miami Beach. Fla Delray Beach Fla.

I c..nttnt--tO P"int>: contestant will present his or hetI Division I
Phone 886 V-M Motors Gautier .Motor Sales Sugarland Motors Wallace
Ddh'er-40 Point Motors
: I speech again and the prize wilt Inc
Originality Points. be awarded Hollywood Fl*. Homestead Fla. Clewis ton. Fla. West
: to first, scant! and I v. I Palm Beach. Fla.
1"tw" ...--t will.. "awl 'n it .... third rtic onta "'I'l4f:' ; : ,,,pyfri "r..*


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