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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 10, 1948
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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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.. LXIX. No. 268 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS








TRUMAN AND : ARKLEY DNF R TODAYGreece







1 1. VV VV- ". 'President Creels Senator At

i SMILES/ DESPITE INJURY I
Coal Mines\ In !

And PalestineDiscussionBefore ) Little White House At


Germany GotTo
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Naval Station Here
UNOpposed
!I Owners

: VICE PRESIDENT-ELECT REMAINS' i I

lIu"\"r. Tlie, WillOperale % : SILENT ABOUT CIIANGES IN (

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By Russians 1 I A 4 cordin : I I .

To (Iiri-rtion Of CABINET; PARRIES QUESTIONS
I I.
:1lililarOtrrnora. ; BY NEWSPAPERMEN
2 United; Nations'Observers ,; r.
.a. 1 re .. .etsN. V.....
1 BERLIN. Nov. 10.-It wag *n. I Presumably President Trumta Ud U. 3. SeuW Albea Bulkier
i Are I JUDGE RULES INCITY'S pounced today that nrcoarations I vice president-elect who arrived bere yesterday, bean a due
cussion today about impending cabinet changes.
t are being made to return coalmines s
ArrestedItiioMans
l !i Senator Barkley joined President Tnaaaa a quiet trip to the
I FAVOR in the cones of the Western President's private beach at old Fort Taylor this morning. Tb twa

t I Votnl DUHII, j I Powers to the German own men surrounded by attaches of the Presidential department went
ers. for a swim after
shortly 13 a.m.
i lit To 6, On Irwuc However :several provisions
'I II Although the weather was cloudy the sun broke through every
I govern the transier. One is that .
\ ( onceruiug I'alotiiir ON LICENSES i the operation still will be under' : once in a while and a !gentle: breeze blew in teem the northeast.

..Before UN Council I II I I the direction of a military ;governor -,. President Truman and Senator Barkley seemed to enjoy the. relaxation

of France, the United'I j immensely.
\ 'f tar A,,M4rl*... **...* I Five Cases HeardIn :I i. States or Great Britain depend- {I The President was scheduled today to just rest according to
I 1 AR1S N-OV. I'D-Tfce general'' .................. I ins on the zone so far' as the 'I II Eben Ayers. president press repretenlative. who appeared shortly
assmbly'of the -United Nations Municipal I I policy at the mines is concerned. before 10 a.m. at the press headquarters at the Key West Naval
today decided by a vote of 48 to Weather Advisory! II I Another provision is that no I Station. ;I p

6 tu change the truce that Is supposedly I Court I owner either alone or as a mem- Ayers announced that John R.
in effect between the I .................- ber of a German coal company, ,- .. : Steelman. assistant to the President James Forrestal may he! jjoni

Jews and Arabs in Palestine into Miami Weather Bureau Advisory : ; OffiriaU Slate I I will be permitted to participatein ",T+ Wirephoto will fly to Cincinnati. Ohio. from the cabinet before Inauguration
Cily the operation if he was identified Day.
an armistice as proposed by Dr. next Tuesday and will deliver an
number 5, 9:15 EST.
Ralph Bunche. I : a. m. olii-ilor Of lSii;>iite3 a I! actively in the Nazi regime. PATRICIA ANN TODD. 6, of Omaha. Neb. smiles bravely I important message to the annual 2-That Secretary of Sat
But Russia's delegates: had a Nov. 10. 1948-Hoist Hurricane i she is placed in an ambulance by Patrolman E. E. Delehanty. !I convention of the American George C. Marshall who has indicated

different view about the suggestion warnings 9:15 a.m. from Cape ;: In Future Mn-t Pay I I Lord Arc The little girl was injured when struck by a truck. I Federation of Labor. a desire to retire may !U-

and. not able to obtain any I Lookout to Cape Hatteras. i Lopez, _____ ,__ .___ U 'h_' There was" considerable con- urged to stay on through the met'xi
The small hurricane was centered Occupational ; : session of Congress at leat
from
support except: delegates. ] Ta'i i
jecture at headquarters regarding
from behind the Iron Curtain j at 9:15 a. m, EST 1415Z ;: I Going To Stale press Accompanying Senator Balk>
voted to oppose the armistice pro I about 120 miles southeast of Wilmington J:< Judge Hilary Albury of Muni- j CHINESE COMMUNISTS i i man will the deliver message before that the Steel labor ley to Key West was Leslie t

|J Sdl. I I Latitude 33.0 north cipal Court ruled in favor of the | organization. The question Riffle who will be secretary <.l
Longitude 76.0 west moving I Meeting FridayCircuit
Russia's Vishinsky then the Senate after January 8ft.
proposed
that all foreign troops prepare -I northward about 20 MPH. It Iii' city in five eases he heard yesterday -|: ATTACKING ON THREE j i of the, which repeal of President the TaftHartleyLaw Truman When the airplane bearm

to leave Greece and let that attended by a very small area of Court Judge:: Aquilino Senator Barkley and Riffle hi'i
individuals ; condemned and spoke abou during
against and firms
winds about 71 MPII in the
settle for itself the I arrived it waa met by Mayor '\
country guer- Lopez. Jr.. and County Judge I .
his successful campaign for
illa warfare along its northern l northeastern quadrant and gales for : .. Maitland Adam City MaA... i
arrested; :,not taking out oc- ( Raymond R. Lord will leave forGaines..ilJe..4 'SIDE8SUCCESSFULL J !
extend outwar lOO miles to the y f' ,She Presidency. wa ought up i I '
aWe
When the *
borders. Russian pro. *- ircertses-Trom n Friday toit<:l a : fherfo-whidi Ralph i ;SonVib : *aI K iv
fMfca! was turned down Vishin-',abrth.and. Qt L I]! cunational Key conference called by J. Tom Watson as a possible- officers headed bf Captain C C-
Uy then declared that the United The center should pass very West 1 state attorney general! to be man was to deliver. r Adell. USN. commander of K. *
States military mission is the nearly over Cape Hattcras this held Saturday. AnierieaiiH And OilierForciytier "It will "'6. very S..I-I'I West Naval Base, and Naval ..J.(1>
i 1 At the same time city officialslet I I "
IT.I boss in Greece.A afternoon. The meeting: is called of all message was the to the President Captain RoU-.t I
counter proposal was made Immediate precautions should j i" it be known that outside Supreme Court justices. Circuit .. Fleeing;; I Bridge TollsClimb ; Ayers. Dennison

b. delegates from the Western be taken on the North Carolina ]I firms who solicit business in Key I Court judges County Judges, Chiang Kai-Shek Neither the President nor Sen- J The airplane was clime mtI I Ia ,

Powers, and that was to order Canes- I West would be expected to takeout Criminal Court jugcs. state attorneys ator Barkley: had l anything definite large group of newtpaperiw n
Yus'felavia, Bulgaria and Alban Hurricane warnings: are dis- occupational licenses if they ; and county solicitors for Wants Further' .) High to say abo.it plans Coi the next | and photographer The urea
from Lookout to
played Cape
la to stop supplying! the Greek the of discussing matters : term. but there was evidence j .
purpose men tried to get some infoi i i
Cape Hattcras, and storm warnings want to continue to do business (Hr Tk \"..-1.'." rre."i
with and food. One In ;
guerillas arms : I relating; to the laws. I October j along these lines: j I hon out of the senator. M.v--
elsewhere from Wilmington ,,, bete.I I NANKING. Nov. 10 Communists -
delegate said if the supplies were Also going to Gainesville will
I I-That Secretary, of Defense I IPic (Continued On Page Eight
I ihcontinuctl. it would not bel..n to the Virginia capes. |I I The statement issued by city be Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. troops arc attacking on three : ..
I Weather Bureau. officials icad i Collection of tolls on the Over- 7( 7( K m W W
l before the guerilla warfare : as follows;;: Mrs. Lopez.
;: : Sawyer and Sawyeris : fronts today and foreigners, in- ,
end. NORTON |;i i i The recently enacted ordinance seas !Highway; bridges made a de-I
w..uld come to an I I going: to visit his daughter.Mis. : 'eluding) Americans, continue to j President Will Be
Even while the UN was dis- I II I covering occupational licenses :. Sidney Matthews who lives cidcd spurt l last month as compared j RepresentedAt
flee from Nanking.
is unavoidable subject;; to .
conditions in Palestine, I in Gainesville.On
< -mK with October 1943. according !
liuhtmj was going on betweenthe TJII'Icrlll""cs I II II interpretation and efforts are Monday and Tuesday Judge i While the communists were advancing I
to
Arabs and Jews in several I being made to secure legal interpretation I and Mrs. Lopez will attend the rapidly, news was re- I a statement issued today American
......-.01'5. In one sector Jewish I I as fast as practic: Florida State Chamber of Com i?rived here that six Nationalist by Auditor Clirford G. Hicks. I Legion'sArmistice
military policemen arrested two I At 7:30 A.M.. EST I able. merce meeting: at Orlando. A I regiments had: deserted the covrnment : j Receipts in October of 1943 to- :'

i UN obhcrters and detained them Station- Temp.Atlanta The question of securing occupational week from Friday. Judge and i and joined the; attackingforces. 1 tiled 522,359.75, and last: month
The observershad ;)2 license fees from out- j will to Gains- Day Servicesfiring
bur ") minutes. Mrs. Lopez return
climbed :
Augusta ;)91 I, they to $30.145.25, a ;gain; ,
i refused to leave a sector of-town firms delivering; goodsin ville for a reunion at the Univer- Chian Kai-Shek continued to !j
Billings 3:1: Key West is one of those on j I talk of eventually defeating the i of $7,285.50.;
+ where the fighting was intense sity of Florida.Funeral j ,i'lent Tnimjin, will to- "r
and the M. P.'s said that they had Birmingham 41Bismark which a decision has not been' communists, ii the event that he | Number of passengers using i iep-
made the arrests so that observers 33Boston I icached. would be able_to get more Amer- tile bridges last month was fewer rcsent'-l: 1 tomorrow at the Arml-I squad of the Kjf_ Wi.t
could be moved to a safety 63 "It is felt that outside firms I" Service lean supplies of foudotuffs and : than in October oll last! year. 31.- ,. sties Day observation given Guard of Honor tip uun etl 1 b'F.Ibeit

zone but the UN is going t-> protest Buffalo SI I using the streets, police and fire munitions. i I 2W as compared with 30,032, a' Arthur Sawyer Poet 23 of the l!, L. Buchanan: an ecti- h%
to Israel about the arrests. Charleston .. 60 I I I protection should contribute | 1'omorroFor Seven thousand Americans are j;decrease of 1.280. I American Legion, George Allen I Arent T. Sjursen, Jr.: a rruaaVal l
Chicago 30 funds for their maintenance. It j in the threatened area. and women :1 But the big gain was in the selection by the saxaphonc' I'h'1 i
Corpus Christi ._ 38 I is legal however to put a tax and children ('OmprhamI\ |'number of motor vehicles that:Warren, post commander an- |i of the Key West Hi h Sri...1 1
Flans; For Bridge Denver 33 upon any person or firm simply J Mrs. A. Ramsey 1.000. are being/ evacuated first | crossed the bridges last month nounccd today < Band and benediction by AM-1'I
Detroit .. 33E1 ; delivering material into Key :'i ) One American warship is soing! when they totaled 16.033 or 4.739::: j Major Grncral )Harry ILA i| L. DiNecro. Jr, chaplain crI IM..<
Paso 23Ft. West up the Yanstse; River to protect i more than the 11.216 in October. .
I j Prcsrlent Tru- Guard of Honor.During
(On) Gcfaer's Icy Vaughn, aide t<
Worth 3l: the Funeral Service for Mrs. Add < '
"The ordinance coveis occupation Americans in the fighting area. 1945.! It I ..
will attend the the afternoon UN !I' :
person-ally
421 !
man
O) I I j
v Galveston of soliciting; business : h nam.cy)1.;) will be held Ward was received: from Tokyo II
: '' ceremonies and will represent the]i will hold house H -
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Jacksonville 53 afternoon at t o'clock open
wlieic other Thursday
and occupational
in cases no that American had
an transport;
Sent Engineers Kansas City 31 license is secured.which I' in the Gospel Hall on Southard left Japan to help to evacuate J Offices Closed: Warren President said at the Legion Post, A. j!. will be the member >*f thtli \,,\

I KEY WEST 77 I would cover :;soliciting i street where the body will be Americans. ry Unit of Arthur Saw v. i
Plans for a bridge on Geiger Key West Airport 73 business:, an cffoit is being made I placed at 2 p.m. I[ Riots, have broken out in On) Armistice% la) i I Punt<: Prizes will be awarded th,,
Key was oideretl sent to the U.-S. Los Angeles 1-3 to collect such occupational August VanRyn ev..n;chtt Shanghai, but the cause is infla i l lAi > Pictures ol Legion Guard ot I winners of the school clukli ti

Engineers; at Miami by the Mon- Louisville 36 license fee from the person", doing (from Miami. will conduct the II lion not the success of the communist l Honor and Legion Home II I who participate in the come i \
toe County Commission at last:: Meridian 39 the soliciting. I Sei vices. Burial will be in the ", forces. Workers complain mulice Dav' tomorrow will' Appear On Page 6 I' and free soft drinks will tie .,1 v
night's meetm;:. Miami 71 I "The legal featuies of this attempt family plot in City Cemetery. that, regardless,; <>f the 'Ije obeivrd as a holiday by all I ed throughout the ftemwm
The plans were prepared by Minneapolis :28 have not been tested local !1 vith Lope/ Funeral Home in I amount of Chinese money they : City. County. State and Federal (rt'oo"'dl Vaughn will be asked : The g' me* will be uadfi ti..sponsorship ..>
County Engineer; C. CJ. Bailey Memphis 3:> ly. In any case the matter of I jihaigc of arrangement-. get it I is not sufficient, to buy i office.it wn announced today. to make a flew remark I! of tdh Sotto ,.f tl.! i\
after the U. S. Engineer ruled a New Orleans '46 licing unable to purchase main !j SUI'v \'ursVidowC'r: Ernest A. I enough food for themsclevs and ;, All official offices will 1 be closed i Lieutenant C. C Hartuns. j: Legion.A; .
bridge and nut a viaduct must be New York 63 tal delivered hy l truck in Key Ramsey: daughters.: Mr=. Copolyn I their families. The workers are i lor the day. USN. chaplain at Key West N'I-I dance in the cluMwMaw lot :'J
constructed on Geiger's Key. Norfolk 68 involved \because the and Miss! Man Ramsey: : the will conclude the dry
West is not Reilly demanding, thai they be paid in I II i i The Florida National Bank at val Stati-n. will 1 deliver p.m.
The contract for a new road Oklahoma City 311 I procedure of delivering: materials, I I cranfLion.: Michael David Reilly: rice, Chinese paper money. ,I I i Key West will likewise be closed 1. Memorial address at the Armistive I The lire bell atop City II .11
connecting Big Coppitt Key and Omaha 23Peiuacola ordered: by mail or otherwise '''mmIa.JIJ..eph J. Reilly: four all day tomorrow. : Day a'rin ,nie>, which cet! will be sounded 5 God p>.li-/
liova Chica was let to Charles 52' than through; a solicitor is not SI.terMr.i. Helen Kn \I.. Mr I ;: The: stamp \\'InII'.t\ the Key un-l"T wavit lit *.> a. i-i at 11 a m. tomorrow mnai king
Toppino If. Sons some time ago. I Pittsburgh :51 covered by the ordinance. 1 Annie L. flicks Mrs. Grace Mc- Ontario Tops 1 i i West Ptos' Olfice will be open The assemblage will lie railedto the A.nrufcUc Day mtufxty ..t
The original plans for a viaduct Roanoke 5:i I Yesterday Judge: Albury directed 1 Kean and Mrs. Jennie May Wat- I i i tomorrow only torn 8 to 9a. m. order bv Warren as post rummanricr the Home of Arthur Saw>> .

x. ere included in the $17,500 job. St. Louis 33 three of the persons arrested !! NEW YORK-- /!"- Of th39, There will be no carriers at work : there will be advancement Poet.
The contractors will refund the San Antonio :UI kins.Pa11bgarers will be Eugene | Bu.se.-, "llIlun all day bone i.,
I to take out occupational I' players in the National. Hockey t .mty the money for the via- San Francisco 411 licenses by paying; a penalty of :Meare.HcrniM l L"r.n.. I Harry (' League this s"".-'.n. !01 wore burn will be lis-patrhifl a* Usual by n..h'rtlol: D tOlf'I... ;pus-t, chap- the ll'>me'of l Arthui Sawyr.'. !1'.. <
dui t. Seattle 32 and chaized them 'SaundcrAKir'l Jon0Henry; Mi ,it announced i to 10 per cent : ''in Canada Thu 'ty-Iroi of them Tomonow will aUo Ixob- Iain i ;end t"I'1 m a ess by wrf-
II the plans die approved by Tallahassee 66 $5 and costs. One person, was ;' R-y c'nr1'lOti, 1 W...ei ite at the KeWest Naval Ch' il..." !If I..llUIThl"f '
tin bids for the 50-;; 1(I 6.3 n in piovmce .. .. ,. i I.., -..- h the h' T''
engineer Tampa .ductted to take out a ditfcicnt l tier 20 Base : "I }Is .Iut tho I iun <- r nu n "i.
-,at ,span will be requested at a Washington 56 license while the {Ith'a.; in Saskatchewan.: 19 --- .. ,::1! >I". -I.H. k.-'l Ith ., -ISM -l t IDINE
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Comnusion I. | in Manilobu. 12. in Quebecand
.eetinn.. of the County allowed to \take out. the licenseplus AlbeitaBINGO I.. '''', I
six I in
on December 7. __ !' t the 10 per cent penalty. IIELI1 TEU-\1.\U': ': NOTICE! NOTICE!
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.VV 'V'...wvvv 'w;PALACE THEATER I without any costs' Casement Sash \'\l U VKMLi. .: I ;: Fresh NORRIS CANDIESHAVE . WMv .
.v. | Merville Ream II U acting aslicense
BERMUDA MARKET = CHARLES BICKFORD and I inspectoi.: The arrant STKINK LLIBEItHU Manager for Small Hotel-Coupls ARRIVED at

: PRESTON FOSTER in i'lor the a.rect of the live were I'.O. Box 7Uil ORIENTAL PHARMACYCorner ,

p illol'itt. 4;, THE: STOKM" (! Low issued c h> City Clerk Victor TELEPHONE 116 CASH PRIZES Can Hold Other Position: DUVAI. and DIVISION DRINK AND LET THE FNTIHr
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TONIGHT IS PRIZE NITE Sponsored by Catholic Daughters -rs - -
LOCATION FAMILY ENJOY A NICE. QUIET
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p .If. hilelteud tCHII j jp Ii i MIAMI KEY WEST Sac Si. Vincent de Paul Soc.: POOR OLD CRAIG FOR SALE! FOR SALEI'
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p .tnfU'la Streetsr : For Sale! For Salel BARGE LINE. Inc. MARALOYMufflers. Till RSDAY SERVICE STATION Good)( I sed Cars J

Besot Grocciy 4 11918 DODGE) :, -.TonI CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS Exhaust moo) Clock
: ''imcrl> I Tail and Pipes Francis at Division Phone 9134
4 Panel Truck-Like New II I St. Mary's Parish Center TWINS GARAGE
and Take Orders TELEPHONE for All Cars \... rl Ml-: oil. Iw.lr .- ,
We Pick Up
>> by Phone Free DeliuryTELEPHONE -4 I NAVARRO'S, late.I .Year Barge Leace Roy' Key West Auto Parts 1021 DuTal Street LET US Grease. Spray 01 Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer NONE OTHERI .
> 52 4 Opposite Bus Station t Miami Sal \ur. 13 121 DuTal St. Phone 442 20 Came, SI.00 I. Change Your Oil TELEPHONE 189
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\ PAGE TWO THE HEx J7ESTG CITIZEN{ j 1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER: lo. 1943uibr



I : 2Crij Bfrst (!tteim ARMISTICE DAY F f Radio i Programs r UW1UWu imniiuimiHuiiiimuiiiiimuiHRiWest\ Sahara Truck 1 Long! Distance i! FILL 1 Of/ SMILE!


l. 't" ,',,"'I."'" 1JIin arrpt auadafy. by Key Jn I .SO' We've Policed{ ;
and Pablisbrr T. J. Hanley UnitedStates By The Associated Pres1
General
.. P. ARTMln.rr Major ,
1 .- ,NTN1t..i.r" .. "w..grrEfwm I t{I Planned i Worries, ;
1uRwa Trip
i. Thr'll lattl Buldng Air Force epitomizes Armistic Day I tI A small: boy was asked to go
9. C.r.er ">r and etrert. I ,.Daytime Summary Days Gone By !
I
ft''K'
:: :; : ::: lyrst and and fciss-:: tits aunt.
TIJ' Ua11> r Cary "Resolved, I( DENVER fP\. The who
: :. Llotttw..e ,'. tomorrow with this statement, SChcl progums as listed be'ow CORSHAM. Engiand'T'i -( gent Alter campljrina. h.- said, -I
.. are broadcnt at the same t.me Mon. AS TAKEN FROM FILES: i Police I Dispatcher
= ----. ..... .. _. matter T.me eastern Seven people: are: leaving: here telephoned kissed Aun'ie, vest.-r"iav"- And
aA ...... at "ry w.... "" a. .nil das" that America shall stay: strong. i i day through Froday.central standard.s sub. 1 OF THE CITIZEN OF Jomes Lindsay from Mary. Ky.,
-- standard. For I :soon to get away from civilizationon then te ii-aric'I .. "Th.! trouble
.:. .. ...".. .:.. ..:.. ut'-Tln IYr--: ,I-.....c",.lu'T.U h..IY..Dtltl.d.rR"O:" toN With conditions as they are in the i tract twO one_hour r..; for Ift9Vnn''O standard NOVEMBER 10. 1938 I II I a 7,000-mile truck trip to \Val.'I sounded pretty excitedHe. had .'xlTh aunts; :.- trm .m-v ( A.d d''apalehea ..redilyd ONUI0UWi17AUWIIIIIAIIIIUIWIEI0tI5tRlCRBR511iARepresentatives{ : : : \ vis Bay South West Africa.: They been talking! with his Denver .
fer ....,.dw',1ua .I .II nrwa the strained i, ..::1.1 c-O$
,..... .r M' .......r." rnl.tnl, In it,u. Ha per. and world today particularly re-1 1 'I expect to take four ritland/ girl friend: by iong distance he
... I.U..nrd. .here. NOV. 8 THROUGH NOV. 13 J! of the State ITkva
,
.' ;'.al nrw? said when he heard "sounds
!ations between the Western Towers I spend 53.XJOO.: : They w:!t pass
"I a., "II..IU' 'TIr Morning Conservation! Department who i through the Sahara desert. brawl." Maybe his girl friend

._ :eve. Russia it is: timely and wise to keep the l t:Roncymooii) In N .T.-cb.. I I I are in Key West said today that Two in the party-Vf. \Vool: *f was in Hanger.:

... ..... m ---.-r 3..P Breakfast Club-aba (;| the* fishing and industries Con and'a Londonwere investigating -j
.. gr.stka_ . 1.Mt United States strong1. We must not falter: ':15! -Barnyard Follies- t* j t: sponging am Green of Lindsay did some CRUISE
: : rights ':SoTho"Iw..landalreoDbe! :;|i in Key West will resumetheir there in the war. serving and reported back that it
I
insist in maintaining our '
must
bo.-mllll
we Bob Pool in Montgomery's Eighth Army. '
former status. was just cne of the girl's 'IIa1c:1 ti
important i
t -O' ,It, FoRT''I'U. HTI:% nations that have 10OO: -Fred Show-cto j i Their
of those
and the rights Far: wives and Wood's threa-1 ct-lebra-
'" ." 7Jadr' ks.aa ... _pplw'al.kn Music !- The added rdativeswho: had been;
joined us in our endeavors to bring peace My :Story Drama-abe I'[ representatives that I old son are among those going':fling sometfcSnjfw other jn noisy 1' Enjoy the dlighhi of*!
.pt.c 111. 'ftTIf': 10:30-Hour of S"rlala-Dbe j there are now of *
signs
..... ....1.. ........ .r.a. at tnanktt r.latlons with to the world. The. Godfrev Hour.-CDS 1, recoveryhi along. -... -. .1{/ ; ., but harmless fashion.Makne ccecrr" cruising cboori cr
.. .of _.---. 4tarr n.......... poem .etc. will' Ifrr justice Say It WIth :Music! -mbe these industries locally. ;
w_ ....P8'. ,...dlr... at for taw rnirriainmrnt rat at. I* <.*.t..>>a i-hurrhp I in*. froma General" TIanley is chief of military I II 11:00: Ka Kyser Sbow-abo. I I Subscribe T\\ Rite Ci-;;:'+.' '!I* pencil.::I: i ha'; 523: 000.- j luxurious racatioatrip ocean liner to' eEl
11:4S.rIaLs Sl hrs.cb.Af.r.o.s Key West's office and your
post
*. I I II I
wh" $o'k > roo tenue i t. I..1.- '*''t are --titm a line.Tbs service division, I
personnel procurement fJOQ industry.
-ni.-n I I. an I'en ;..rnm and invitr dt.A..n.n i<- I J sortie business houses will be i I : ___ -i iI <
.. ..... LEGALS
.f pus. t..n. -ul"'h .f I.Mal .r Citizen receivedthe I
his office The dosed
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rat kt it nil.MEMBER 1 n'"t .11.11 an nrm.s'' i i
P.*4t**i tl hfc*I..Ml*. following observations about Armistice Kato Smith Halt-Hour-robe I| Armistice Day. I LEGALS I Ir : HAVANAI
: 12:3O-Word and Music-ribo 1\ Tin: 011141
IT 1'1)1 trT Iii' THI: :i
f and the America Bill Slater: at i.uncb-mtai ":"..tt"I'H: .11 ,1H 111. iCIIIl1T -1
Day need to keep r .
1: 0-iln, tc Hatt Hour-t bo High seas and heavy winds last 11P T11R >l" TK nl' *.im- 'nTtl'e: l* I' 1'':N5'L/S Tiled tit : I
strong : U-R jp y Cane-mb* I night washed several cabanas j ReltIS \\B I nf wbRUFI1eTI. l I: .l1'1'l.'t11.sFilt b11.IN I
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16-Donbto er Nothtna-bb. 1 i: from their foundations and several I /la\\I'FRI.. i .,.11tyar.. .. ..1..1 ... : : ,
r "This is a day of solemn tribute to ; Vase iw 11LAMAv : !.. '
1941IMPROVEMENTS Qu Srvakfaot* tot Sa. Hollywood ray_bet bo ;; automobiles, parked there; \Po''. i- lU-ti" .. .. .W ,>,r ,. 11\I ..".ItT .I' "II': .IIIT5, i: Paris of the America
Americans who gave, their lives in two. 'dO- SiM-1kl.* tor IH kr .-bboBrW 1' ..werr.ight.'t: found this morn- '11-\\ '.r''' .tt' ', I, Jt1.LR IS "It F,1t IlflHI.\illiSltIl1.I I where you can Dig t-chaL.
1'' "W'E Imi Sit. "T1.11: ul
World \\' ll'S. It i is a day of consecration to no.*Hop.and Cb..t-Groom-abe b.tt0b4.sdhn 1 i ink with sand up to their hub I RVTVK: FVKKMKi. j'I ." l'TrmMtTi. shop and live tna languw
'' )t.'If..l.Itt" si:1. Ti."fendanlMI1 i ran .... r.. .Y d i ol L.4.Year
the future a day to resolve that war 80 seoted-ab. ( CF ... nl.l'CTHT" ". t:. I.m 1:0 ors Latin way
.. I I Red Hencoa Show--n bs cops.The iS.rybe' I ...m..r ,... k...l..", .ki;. I I"I rw.ta ..Iii. I trip there and back win
r- must never come again. It is a day to honor 130: -Tb. Hans eartyb .. ... r
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r.ar Rot Cross loll Call Comi tan F'l I.a .1. .51
Ozark Valley. Folks-n>ba ; .. I .... ;; :.1 : be a high! spot il you go
I. .Iti eIe. ii, .lit.rt.a1"u i : : !: 'z.I" 'z.-: ; '
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the men and women of all the Armed Ser- I' 4:00-Hint Hunt Qute-ct>> i I mitt_ will meet tomht in the I are hrrrby r-qu.r..l I: : ; : a- I i };; .. .:. :: .; : ii';. I : .
:. : FOR KEY WEST Second Dt"l11GOnbe home of Mrs. Grace Phillips 421' pear 1.. .h. Iill ..r '..dn..la.n'. roe 1 ,. 5.'".. -'rutrt' ..r I'410 .' .
g ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN vicewho.. at home, in Europe, and in the i iFar 4:30-Winner T.k. An-cb* :: Duval strtv.o iocal executivesecretary. :I di. "Tt r in ihv alx.v.bfw slsleda... tenor I"\ l.; ,I har'. dm'n ih'.. ..n'. I
the *0-Trcaavry Band- b the z p East are helping to !safeguard Kkldir. Hoar (..e't repeats t tr.taler A. 1' ISIS, arbrrwie the 0111.'n .! tb.. abe v.HI ..upl. i tl-; \\P&O
I "- >_tc and sits .r..m will .... tab rn u"BfTt.s7il.II I'r..rald. I:- ...n d l.-r.! '' r'> '.
national -
;: peace and to preserve our Tkts < .. ...... rr; :; .t.I :
1. !Mar Hotels and Apartment : ir b-r I IK I. l 1- | il.l-h..1 J..dut J + : : : : ;
---- City council, at a meeting last a week for four .+.n.,... utt.e weekin I j i .. : .:. .
-. i Beach mol Bathing PavfHon security. \ night considered a bond-refund I The ICey Went ,'i'I_... a """',. I j t r> r :n"ro"al "f " I. Airport*-Land and Sea. "In order to keep America NETWORK PROGRAMS ng proposal submitted by the It. paper" pnl...>liih.hIa....
: : & CfiMintiiliTtm"< Oownty Utd Congress has authorized the Army trong'l Time is eastern .ta..ard. For ten.tralstandard E. Crummer Company. No definite AXI:: OIUlRKKI" tilt" ISib HIM; w yak oIay ..f ut'.....r I"' ; the rcrnantic way to go to

: 1 City; OercrMaata. .......t..... .ta.-a.subtract.. Subtract one hour two for action was laken.I day..< ,.....1.| .tr., .,. Ik. 1H4.. I. tLLIS: t.1'i'Ie.LI. c"II:11,. : .. Cabs Board the S.S. Florida .
-- pand to S37.000 and the Air Force to 502-j I IllOO. _rs.. Some local stations cnanpehSur I is-aul P.etiYm'sAUTkU. ,.. :. .i.kainatsatria of the. .". ..101'.. "...
.: 5. Commtmky Auditoiium.i I of _.. .... I Clerk or nf"jr.. nit drrt.ll ,. Ida l:. \'I..r in Mksni any Monday
to ht local .u.
) Volunteer recruiting will have an increasingly Last minute cloy program :changes ,. I Henry B. Russell who had ..nr.o' ....M'. FIo....l.i.' :.I ,.,'r : ."'" 1',. :7 ,'' ; or Friday ty 6 p.m. By
f Icy Kith! ra N..tlaee.itepi
important role in achieving and j not b. 'ftClud.d.WEDNESDAY. been visiting his brother and Sis- .t I i":w.1n1) ,I i OTH..F tlfHit I"-' 'au,, '.;.. Still : doming you're in Havana!
t ter-m-law Mr. and Mrs. George Allan r. <1ar>-. Jr.Atiorory .
:: maintaining this strength. The U. S. Air NOVEMBER 10 C. Russen 1033 White street l left 1 ; for...FIjiiiOTfl .. .., j, T'111"1: M IT M\i W XToNCKRS Of' A 'f"'U I Fictara any Thursday or
.1 : -:!; 1" 1"' I .. :
: 1111\Ilf() lLll'I l lK mourn 1. .: I.i .r- n..t in. -s. Sunday night Berth andf.na
'I Force will continue to fill its ranks with I yesterday for his home in I : ;: .
i Evening.OO I 1 t:<.ar i .< 'ui: sty f field. New Jersey. TR'; a let r TIlt1 : .. ..
I1 e Ill In' f1P iri tip.n t lhi->
volunteers. The U. S. Army will use the -News Report 15 Min.-eta i :> ..
:; D ,al' Folk is :Newscast. Every, Dav-cbsXetmorls i ILFs: I'TII JI U" I 01. c lief" ITI ialln-| l I. li-l ... !.-*- vi ,,11"'. ; : : in your fre.$

= I he.idr+ r mr Key Westers there draft only to fill the gap between voluntary ; Hour Silent(repeat flourabc.altbuddies )-abc-..eftNetmork j The recently organiTfd CivicMusic I i .l\.S1HF" M. :Fun"T'T'"XOMKIi: 1F I 1'LUlelt\01T%. i 1 1')1 1JM-. :...!'i: ,h.;i.i. .14th*..i.nn'tat'..uf.n.rll l.ri >...i-e Ii..li.I Round trip: csly 6

enlistments and monthly quotas. ;. Client II hr.tOo-...bs-.H. Club will meet tomorrow i\ 111551 ':K'. I. i5; .' tt !F ..r'a: .", .I..r ......1 .,...
other in the United .. .... Plug Taa
'lub f people .
.; Yrfe buddies Hour trtpeat)-mb ttt right in the home of Mr. and C. \ Actually volunteer for the I Ea5uporrs:: :XIuMc Tiir_Dlot ; MKI.VIX, ,It'iq.l' 11. i ill'r.. f ,.ITU-- an.l 1 .
more men : i
;1pka thw month who were too lazy to You and T.,...,I"'n-d.s. ;Mrs. Ajithony: Yates. .' ,,'; !! tithe i ..f the u.;!!? anti; ypr pn1: .. See Your Travel Agent foe
the and vote their ancestors.by Army than for any: other Service, but its 1:4!>-Ne. <*ast by Three-""e ; \v. 111\".U"I: !I'>i "".t: i.. Ih.ttit..'''. s r....: ... I..,.I.Ii. I Reservations or Writ P.fcO.
The Club will hold
: needs are greater. f Firefly a 14.1.l .l.tnt l: tl'.. -Jlal' .f 'h1'"it... ..r Ist.-: '
the war: fought a war to gain the 7OCI-Su"J'IOr Clubl1bcba.icTho dance Saturday night in Haul's, OIIIIKK: 0. IM HI 1C1 KIN Hi,1.li.t'...+.nl_. 'n 1'1. r I.... Muni.cip .
Bvnlah SVIt cba .
dright of M-lf-povt-niniet-.t. "The Army wants volunteers. From News. :and Commentary- -ab with music provided by John To: Maricam, An.i r-. l.h.. \ J. Page .". Steer..i...t F ... I', .. 77 'i l PittNa.
:Sill: < .ilifi.rni.i Sir. f. IliMHIteffttf.. wlii.hli'l -rr-n' I
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button Jr.
.: : THE ORACLE young men who enlist for from three to six 7:15! -:Ne. .s Lea and is.Comment-mts-obJacii Pritchard's orchestra. I. San Fran-is 1:,, .'.tlil-.rnia.. I I'..r rwml i.. _rr part i. 141 .I .. .1.-! I >>. 2. T....
Ytj. ar- hereby relcired. > > a)>- ..-rtbv l a>- fellow'!': 9 nOl
Smith Snowebsiad
the cadre the .. .. i. .. I
of .
experienced
years: comes Jv .mmen.aF7w pear tttf Jill for l i\-.r.- Hl lagan J Tkattrt lti erect '.r r- i
tr Today The Citizen in .... ._
Dinner Date-robs says anedrtoral '"i ywu In for \e Hire known uslay I'ath'i x ; /f
Regular Army soldiers who'select paragraph: fim on AT hft.rv tft" ttvl lay .iff I. "Maw: nf the T-wn-- ..' ..' 11.
7:30-8.-thl.;;; Trio-tibo .
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*. UNITED NATIONS NOT A FAILURE military life because they want it as a. Bob>n.CroatsClub K..nxer Drama-cbaJx -ab "Few persons do enough good all.a-ari..m <-.>..tai....l ilrrrein will I 1 l...." i and 3 y...-ti-.n; 2T! : i __ __ J
a From volunteers the technicians News t.omment-mbs: turns to make them dizzy." !M> taken as confrsiwMl.I .<.. R. 57. F:.. rpfx-r Slut...-1111" i tile ro.unrc /
I career. come .. I ,'.. .
7:45: News: C..mmeat-nbO --- > iw and or.l -ril &t Key Wcjit. K"y. Muar..e .onFloor'-! .ltOjO 'U .
last week for and specialists without which a I :News Hroaiicast-cbs .................. Ploriila. this tad flay ..f N"".-mt..-r. 1'KC.Si.XS JXTKRrJPTI-i MAY -1'-!
J .A dayaA. lid .
apart
Sports Coom.nt-ml. %.. I Ii.. 1'1".1 IPKAR ANH KK IIKARIAT Tin: Freight' cars s.Ecieed-Dvw'iat.
modern military machine could not I.C!-Ulondio & Darwood-1>* It tr. ITIMK ANTI PL.VK .\It."I',-:- '- .
"ar.u MM Ice .* wra* Mini
w ".....et".idehcm.an('. of United Nations' Afr. CaameWon.. L..aLe TODAY'SBIRTHDAY Sal" R..KSI C' !Sawyer.Ctea operate. The Amateur. Hour-abe a6 1ixi i tVvrt. J I t> '.%RI' OP CCN STY <.MMIS-
.: J 141)'. with the idea that the people of the Can You TOD This-tnbs Iff: Kathla X..tias' I rtNh"IFRat "l' MINIt"E, ,','CNT\:: flit KNIMSHLAI' OCCIDENTAL 1tUMCMOnviiii
"Economically, too volunteers are 1:3O-Gr.at GDders.boDr. !. Deputy <1..rk. I .'. : : ; \VtU.1AM V. .\1P.t.-'n'. I itKn.X35 HKNTI.KT. i i.
\* rUI wouM take stock of the organization Christian mama.ba i : : '
.: the best investment for the taxpayer. It Ili.:b Adventure. o."IWI-.ba .\II..rD.> f'-T PUii.til' J- t'ikufrm.in.. !!
...., ::-111--' :. !"". 1 *.' '-!7- I lt I.! >
'flat' ha* been functioning for .-time three :S:>-Hy Gardner Says-mbs
= costs more than $1000 to equip and train a By -P) Newfe.h _. .
1I.00-The Duffy Ta*..ra-..bo ---- --- -

)far; soldier. The selectee, leaves the Tent Song and \I"-b.: .* -- - _.
average -- -- --- -
Milton Berle
l.'omedybe
r: The value of the United Nations Or- Army after 21 months of service. But the t"tbtwl tieattcr.. t..lDlIJellt-mbe: DONALD BAXTER MacMIL- I 1.. i .t t S7RefreshmenforA

: JR..ntion. !< undisputed and the weak- !:l5- ewa Eroadcast-mti LAN. born Nor. 10. 1874. at o
volunteer enlists for three years or more, ,:30 District Attorney Dr"ma-lit.
.
: ; James Melton' Concert; <.'bliruuchu P. \ 11t >... n :Ma s.. son of jej ,
tr *s ** attributetl to it by critics are due
and reenlist thus the initial investment Marx :
many Quiz-atl > ,aptain who was lost in an ii
..: tnur to the contrariness of individual I .raiy Theater-rots Arctic gale in''
:
carries for :
: on manvea fibs-! News for i Minutes-mts .( .
':.. In..m\wrM of the organization than to 10:00-rhe. Rio Story Dr.ma-l1te .' 1885. A.s a boy. j
Tim a WaHn"cbs Donald read
-:. .O'ut'tural defect. I King frosb* :crowabcNew > j
The business of a newspaper is to much about
:: Drama : erirs-Bibs j

: \\l ".&obvious: when the fledgling or- print the new,. It has no responsibility for 10:33-:"'Curtain futa! .':n Time krwmclotSlerednb Drama-Dbor Arctic: Who Sit and Wait

::.:: I'ftiiiration got underway at San Francisco what 'happens. Dane. Orchestra M itlsott-b"-abo mbs ,,, was uon&. eXPlora-1

that the success of the United =Nations 11:00-:News. Variety. Z hrs.-ctsNews > 'Iii
:: tc. Dancing Hour-a bec !inn
:.: 11.,1. the peace of the world depended upon Advertising is not a's some think, an :.. .... Dance band; t hrs.-mt College and ;
:. fie 11:15! -:News & Variety to J-nbc W
t cooperation of the t big Be- I
powers. additional expense. It i is a super sales program 12:00-DaBctnK, CoDtiaued. -abc-wett taught for sev-;

"m= ( ause of that fact there was general I that produces results. k- eial: years. he QUICK\\'AV !

r. nirreement that the right of veto given I If ILL nil! SMILE! I' became Pea- '
LA UN DR)
J* tl"", the larger powers, would in some fu-i SCIENTISTS TEST THE ATOM! Faslrion Nott) Donald MacMillan r) "& assistant
i onht 1908-1909 J
expedition to
tare emergency, prevent a catastrophe by
:
the :Ncrtn Ptde.
Some '.>rts. in Returning north
men. in
sp appear 3 a
.- ji. rmitting an aggrieved big power to i -\etji I
r The Atomic Energy Commission reports -' shorts on expeditions hr becamean II

Arto action by the Organization. that about one ounce of radioactiveatom While other "amply 1,wouldn't diithoiny on the Arctic. .

It It seems t<- me that I cm "et- ,
was clearly understood the be-
__ at is shipped each to sixteen for- Lt tags ,elwe'w tE
year I Two reasons \\hy some ft.\ t.l clicked cereal may bx-
ginninga that if a dispute arose betweenthe eign nations and more than three hundred I shouldn't! used in pancakes in meat loavesor 'I

large powers, the peace of the world important laboratories of medicine putties' or in puddings. Or it

.: \vould be in jeopardy. and that the United I Tennessee cedar supplied the may be molded chilled and l lI
biology chemistry agriculture and industry \volditn its pencilvnud for sliced and sauteed in a little but- j
.::: Kation.t o would not have the force to comJ -'LTi: .
:; in the United: States. I 100 year, tt-i IT margarine.j': = -

.. J 1-11.4-- ; recalcitrant big power to fall into The ounce of atoms is mixed with a _____ 1

:. lint. The only force for such a job would solution or a little powder that brings the I

:. I lie the combined strength of the" other big weight of the shipment to ten pounds but II I

powers. If thin had to be used" the peace the '
prott'ctinwrappings amount to overfifty !I
.; (>f the world was lost.V .j
tons annually.The .

Because the Soviet Union has misused use of radio-active atoms in various I II s tI t

the right of veto, one should not conclude II I
phases of man's enterprise is still experimental Ii
_' that the founders of the United ='ations'Organization I fi
but thousands of research projects I ,J
J made. a considerable mistake i
:
are underway. In all fields of human !
-_ t in providing th't>to. Nor should activity, serious-minded scientists I ) I
are endeavoring -
ogle. attribute to the United =Nations the to find out what the radioactive I II II II II II Ii IIh

perplexing of the world.
problems 1
atoms do
can for
man. j i
r After all if the United Nations i .. t _

tled only one problem it has scored" tl set-I Scientists I
seek the truth and when}

._ fridrrable+ success. One could not. with II they find it. can demonstrate it. This is far I

*'* n. have, expected that the United Na- ahead of the politicians. I a : MI

tit.rt1 would made: a perfect score and reform --- -- --- I

..; the world) overnight. I and no action by the world organization I

-: The great .benefit that the world gains 'I can create" human beings, ready willing or !

:..: Jr4 m the United Nations is the niechanSni I able to enjoy and extend human rights.To j I i .w 1I

'- J by which" the nations, if they wish i attempt to do this, by resolutions and II I I

can. cooperate in improving conditions in an international assembly, i is foolish. II I r

:- the! world and securing the peace of the Altogether we think the nations of the "" '-'--

-: wi' 'rhl. It serves as a valuable forum fore ; world will do well to hang on to the I: FOR HOME r

: the; discussion of international or I
problems United Nations a little bit longer. If the

; anti offer an opportunity to mobilize the Russians and their satellite nations are I 5 '
O
: nwiral! opinion of the world for whatever adamant in their refusal to cooperate, thenit ; COMMERCIAL USEWe

It'rnYy" he vorth.ThtMe may be necessary to form an exclusive
.
: who *ay that the United =Na- organization of the free democratk nations Are Prepared To Furnish You With -

o has signally failed are usually those who of the earth and organize them defensively Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE ..

have expected' it to involve itself with for their own good. This will of I .f..Ir.'f1, II rill+,'i a- 'Y F,'rl

..a. ftmction.4: best kt t alone. }For example the course, organize the world into two camp Thompson Enterprises Inc.ICE traJe-mark* mf :1 ht ... thin01Tlr ; .

insistence of some advocates of human but when we face such a contingency, we I I visit AUTHOHIT Of '"E COCA.CO.*

se rfyhtft that the Unitedations undertaketo might as well realize that it is much ( DIVISION) Kl'.Y: WEST$ ctlla.ctll.t t.vps.r lorI b..
nOTI'LlXGUa.y
guarantee them" to all peoples i is absurd. better far the world to be organized into t PHONE NO. 8 KET WEST. FLA. I : : .

J K.. re<.dution of the United Nations tWo.camps: than into one camp. 1 I I C I'H'-Tee Gw c_<_
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FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD i ii i i FOR SALE-USED CARS
APPLIANCES EQUIPMENT -

1937 Dodge Sedan good motor
A.M.C. washing machine. Contact and rubber Body and fenders;
I made at 822 Eaton Street perfect condition. Needs glasses. -

(rear). Phone 1537W. Price, $37a.00. Gomez Marine -
no\9-2tx Service or Phone 812.

:: nov8-Gtx
::- .. :
J'I -';.. _-.--: .. __ :(. Small apartment-size refiitera- "

PRAYER 0 N DESERT These devout Moslems bow In prayer en drsvrt after halting tor. General Eltitne Ideal 1947 Pontiac, 6 tyhndcrs 2-door
I their camel train near Gizeh. EeypU In background she treat TramM ef thtvM.' i for trailer $65. Apply 51-1 vdjn, Excellent condition. 10"-

____ _h' Poinciana. novlO-3tx 700 miles with extra 8jl
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-- United Street Apt. 2, Phone
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-' 566W.
'r You Can't Portable electric washer In excellent nov93tx
working condition.
,.i\' -: ., .. ,,"}U; I Priced reasonably. Apply 512 19-19 Mercury spurt cnupe Me-
Outfox Stockholm Olivia Street (rear apt). t-llic blue $2650.00. 45-1
Pomcianj Place nov9 x
riov 10-3tx
.; i
.' : '. :. Streetcars j 1939 Ford super di luxe convertible
< I Electric -
: washing ni chin'. $30.00.
: : .,
60000. Radio.
::: I Electiic ironer $3o.OO Apple boater
STOCKHOLM,
:: i Among
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2313 Patterson. nuvlo-3t fog lights, all new tires, very
: the reported victims of Stockholm little
rust. Call 84.1-J or 1500
's streetcars the c 11 y 's Seminary Street. nov9 4tx
... i streetcar company noted, one I
,,; < : fox. And within city lirnU", too. FOR SALE-TRAILERS FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS

;:"
a i FOR RENT-COTTAGES Trailer. ready to live in. Cheep
1940 Ford
,1!f F panel truck Excellent
I for cash Phone 166. Dion. ,
I condition. $72aOO 141
Apply
tf Small cottage for couple. utilities nov6-Ct, j
Pine Phone 25. nuvlO-4tx
furnished. Apply 800 Simon- i

-- ton, Phone 444 no\3-3tx FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
FOR SALEBOATSAND

WANTED TO RENT For colored 813 Baptist Lane. OK MOTORS
for two couples. Tile bath '

Wanted-Retiied Army officer i living, bedroom. bath, kitchen Gray: marine engines and service.C. .
here for the winter wants a I,i Furnished $13.00 per week .i iI R. Smith, opposite Firestone
fairly modern small house or Apply Apt. A. nov5-tf Station Marathon. novl-Imo
I
apartment or a bedroom and i i I
sitting room in a quiet private :2-bedroom unfurnished apartment I, FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES
home Write details to Box I 644 William Street. Apply SCOOTERS fc MOTORCYCLESOne
O.s.P.. c/o Citizen. I 1 1224 Duval Street
no95txMISCELLANEOUS 1 nov6-61J (I) Whizzer motor bike,
I practically new $75.00. 820

i J i! Furnished i''!-room apartment j Georgia Street. nov4-6tx

s 'ttr Utilities furnished $2300week--',

Washers irons, vacuums and 1 J i Iv. Sea Isle Apartments 915. One (I) Whizzer motor bike. practically -
-Ir fn repaired Briant.. Phone!i Windsor Lane.. nov 8,tf new. $75.00. 820 Georgia -
IlC-IM. novl-tf Street Phone 858-W <-..II
i
I Apartments. furnished season or after 6:00. novlO-3tx:
Picture framing pictures framed II. yearly. 1301 Division Strict, -
dnd matted. DiNfros 614 Phone 21$. J> \j! 3tx FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
e. F,'ancis. Phone H"7-:'f. I
t 1 nov9-19tx;i'Furnished apartment 3 rooms and White enamel $275 O'istae

; i bath. Maid and janitor services : white paint $2.75 and S3 75 per
Child ti icycle Good condition. I I linenj and utilities fur | gallon. up. 50-ft '2" garden
Phone 4-13-R no\8-3tx nished. Summer rates. Coral hose $3.95. Doherty & Co., i-IG
Hotel Apartments opposite Post I Ohvla Phone 1597. no\'1-it
STORAGE Office. no\"9-26tx -

Walk-in cooler
adding machine,
lied B.irk Storage Co. Furniture :3 furnished liv
-room apartmenting i 2 scales &lir>r, iepi ter, ci':drng
or commercial Phone 793. room. bedroom and kit<'h- fan. 3 fluorescent lights '-to_
1'Jovl-tf en. All modem furniture. AHutilititj taurant and market meat

except linens furnished grinder. 500-pound Fa l'blIkswh.lt'S
GARDEN AND LAWN Infant acrepted Phone Ile scales Bermuda Maiket "-
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SUPPLIES 889R. ....\9-3t 612 Whitehead Street

Phone :1 2,
....- P' .,.... Aluminum, iron and cupper sulphatt ; FOR REJ1T-HOTEL ROOMS nov'5tKey. -
CHANCEABL E-Gloria Gable (left) at California .
poses Kev
West Garden and;;--- West Cock Book and itsherbs
peel In into suit abbi with evicted zippers number and strings on Kippee which permit\alen its conversion Lan Supply Co. 914 Fleming Overseas Hotel, low rates Coffee and seasonings at the

trijhtj. Street Phone IOU>, no\9-UI i shop. bar no\2-2.", Marshall Studio Shop in T\k
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graph Lane. Also meldde
LOST i TOWN HOTEL. DOUBI. E
garlic ohvew. coconut tandy
IT lint It .hearts:
PRIVATE BATH. S4
i I ROOMS. and turtle <-iup
Persian cat. gremixed 'with ', DAILY. LIMITED NUMBEROF no\8-10-12-3tx
THE EXPORTATION OF : white and tan Answirs to| ROOMS $60 PER MONTH .

r n.me Tomnv"". Rew lrd. re oct28-If ]Protect your valuables with a

', turn to 1020 Southard. | fireproof, burglarproof safe time
RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES !1 no\95tx FOR RENTAPARtMENTSAND only $150 delivered Guaranteed -

ROOMS value t,f this safe is $350.
Legion Honor Guard coat. Sunday plus freight Telephone 46ino10.
By ROBERT E. GEIGER ; November 7. Legion Home, The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming -3t
radioactive ( Stock Island. Reward no. Street has an efficiency apt} ,
WASHINGTONSixteen nations now are receiving
1 questions Call 475 WI and several sleeping rooms vacant .
from a-kfd. Soursop seedlings for sate SI.00lach
bomb
of the
Uctopes products atomic project
nov9 2tI Low weekly: or monthly
II. A. Morse. 515 Simon-
the United Steles Six others have qualified to receive such rates. noxl-tf
ton Street no\ 10-2t
materials Ladv's diamond watch and bracelet -
This means that thousands of scientists in Europe and other Substantial reward if re- FOR RENT-BUSINESS ]Extra sturdy wagons. a toy f.a

parts ol the world have the; opportunity to participate in orj 1 I turned to Mrs Rogebo Gomez. PLACES i boy, $1750 Poor Old Craig.

observe irotopo experiments and results. It aoesnt mean we 629 Whitehead, Phone 436-M. 1019 White Street novlO-Itx
are giving these other nations a glimpse of our atomic secrets. i nov 10-7t Small desirable building. 423'

Radioactive isotopes are elements such as iodine gold. tin S Gretne Apply 620 Elizabeth 500 sq. ft. plastic tile. beautiful

and zinc that contain radioactivity. Except for this radioactiv.! WANTEDSALESMENSalesman nov 8-Gtx colors. 30c sq. ft. 2313 Patterson -

its they ore identical to regular elements. The radioactivity is novlO-3t
wanted. Road Bar. 1005 Division
Experienced Rockv
produced as a product of splitting atoms or by exposing
like wholesale grocery salesman. Street. for rent by month Ap- FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
elements to an atomic pile. Making them radioactive is i[
1018 Division Street
Standard at
Apply in person. ply i FURNITURE
placing a bH or a headlight or a tag on an element. The ra- ,
Wholesale Grocer Co. Miami nov9-6tx .
d tctivity marks them as plainly' as if they were ringing a bell :I no\9-5t. Baby carriage. 917 Duval Street.
c r glowed like a light. what this means to a scientist: FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND nov9-2tx
He; can plac f", these I oK.Iu..tiv( #c HELP WANTED-FEMALE I ROOMS

elements in wail. II<' tan detect as many scientific mysteries as : Hollywood bed, including Red

them as they arc absorbed by rapidly as possible j j Secretary, experienced neat ap-j jpearance Apartment and rooms to refined: Cross Supreme mattress and

plants tit dive in the oil. He ran Any nation may apply for U.s. Good pt people, adults. Reasonable. 1019 box spring. Blonde leather
radioactive isotopes and receive,J! Pleasant work See rsonalit"I' Margaret Phone 575. headboard Neatly new. AH
till detect them in the btxl\ of a Hotel La Concha nov9-tf.
fat .
for $50 00. Call after 5:30 prn.
tow that has e.:ten the pint that them merely bv mcetm; a few j nov9-3t' 1 53-1 Poinciana Place.
The
simple qualifications most
grew in the N..I!. Or he tan feed important qualification is that] FOR RENT-ROOMS nov9-3tx

them to an animal or inject them the foreign scientists (as well | Make real money for your very !
asj j own aan Avon Rt'prt'Scntatiin Light housekeeping rooms. $ Lady's white handbag. Reward
into an animal body. Then he can American) must giother scientists J Y
to visit their'' vour localilv Avon C met- per week. 411 William St i if returned to 1229 Whitehead
detect them as the circulation laboratories permission They also are urged | ics Gifts sell on sight. We nov8-Utxl 1 Street novlO-Itx
curies them through the how how to start f
organs of their you imme-
to publish the results ex j
:
of theb.xI..'. penments.. The purpose of his diately. Your name and address Room with twin bed year-roun i AH porcelain table top three
In fait the possible use of requirement is to distribute the }I I to Mrs. Roxie Smedley, rates. Phone 193W. 724 Love burner oil range. 1900 Staples
these isotnp's In nearly all information as rapidly as possible i c/o Gibson Hotel Key W3t'l Lane. nov 9-Ctx ij i Avenue novlO-2txt
branches of M.It'nn' stem almost among all the world's scientists [ Fla. 3
unlimited Tht\' have enedup So far more than 200 IsotOpe -, Light housekeeping: room with t i FOR SALE-HOUSES
a whole new full ot studs for shipments have gone to Argt'ni i Stenographer, for permanentbranch | private entrance. Electric refrigerator -i'
research st-u'nti>t>., Before the Una Australia Belgium, Canada. : office of New York and stove. Utilitita Charming two-room cottage. ideal
atomic plojtt such radio-acti\e. Denmark, Italy The Netherlands, gamzation.. 40-hour week. T furnished $1000 per wn-k.1 for children fully furnished including -
isotopes \\ere produced only at Norway Peru, Spain Switzerland I phone 390 or write P.O. or-I' 704 Eaton Street. nov 10-Itx i sewing machine. S400.

great cost. .nJ in minute quan Sweden Turkey, The Unionof 809 for interview nov9- or best ("aJJoffel' within week,
titles Only a ver\ few' chosen South Africa, the United Kingi i WANTED TO BUY i} Phelps 633 United. Phone 9H%.
scientists tuuldxurk with them dom and trance i Sales ladies; Permamnt and tern- I nov 10-2tx

Now the U. S. isotope program Cuba, Chile, Inland India. lie- I I porar, with some selling ex- Wanted, Cut Hair-Will pay I totS
|.io luivs them in comparatively land and New Zealand have qualified j i piuence Local resident speak'i dollars per ounce, depending t FOR SALE- MUSICAL
large quant!ties anti haloes: them to receive shipments J ing Spanish preferable, but not', on length color and condition I INSTRUMENTS
available t,. thomOl'eo scientists i Among those nations that havei i es-ential Apply 1-3 pnu Pol-I of hair Send full length sam,
bet ;UM tli' V S. \\jntn not Applied fur shipment-, are Kitks Quality Jewelers, pie Lock Box 105 Key West1 Car radio for Che\'rolet. Chc<..p.I .
U.eual.1 in ..tleU/pllll'; tu solve Russia and hem satulate-. I blrt" t. 5081'Duval | Fla novl-12txl: I 820 Ash Street r A2 3tx
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(Know America)

1791-Hobcit Y Hayne, South
L1 f ,
Carolina's famed U. S. senator, Ct :
governor and railroad head,
famed for the debate with Webs- \11

ter, born near Charleston Died t !
Sept. 24, 1839. t

1795-Matthias W. Baldwin,
Philadelphia inventor, developerof %
'the locomotive, born in Eliza ) '

bcthtown, N. J. Died Sept. 7.

1866.1801 Samuel Gudley: Hoe

Boston: founder-he-id of th Poi r&IIa5i !!
:
kins Institute for the Blind ;
champion of all h+horing u:i ie.
disabilities, mate < f f "iif.I .),lIla J
Ward -\a .
Howe, horn -
in L>Mon -l.se
Died Jan. 0. 1:1'6.1847FI''dI'i.'k. __ c

A Hrui.n an
noted American painter. born
Tuskegee. Ala. Died Jan. u.
1927.

1852-Henry Van Dyke, p\0(1.
prrich'trsatilc writer diplomat

Princeton patriarch b"in

in Philadelphia. Died July _9. _. _. ,
1939. --- = '--- -: -

1890-Vat'he! L rcUa>, famed JAP MINE DESTROYE D The Navy ordnance office at Seattle takes over whenever a Japanese mine from World War II
poet, born in bpun field. III ., drifts ashore on west coast. Left: Lt. I. G. Nelson (left). bomb disposal officer and Engmeman R. IV. Nelsen examine rusty mine
Died Dec. a_. 1931. lodged in drift on coast of Washington Right: Mine is exploded by two men huddled behind the barrier at be left (arrow).
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i TOUVk IIS niMORX' ,i lUUA 'S mUTIlBAYSI ': Your
Horoscope \ Berlin Zoo Faces Trouble
W (Know America) I (Know America) I: :

: 1775-U. S. Marine Corps oldest : John P. Marquand of New WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER '
BERLIN-i/J*>-Berlin s decimated bu still
military service e.;tablished. burvpoit. Mass.. famed novelist 10. 1948-Todaj"'s natIve will bea extremely popular
:. zoo is planning to cover its surviving monkeys with woolen blanketsif
1776-Rutgers Un \'en.itN'w author, born Wilmington. Del.. seeker after strange delights, the Soviet blockade holds and the winter is sea el'C. This was
Jersey, chartered as Queens Collegc 55 years ago.Commander. thirsting after new modes of disclosed by Director Kathrine. -
Donald B. MacMillan pleasure and insistent in the
1831-Histpric Star Route of Piovincetown Mass., pursuit of them. Great care Heimroch as she drafted emer- handy for the smaller animals

Fraud case opens in Washington: famed Antic explorer born inI should, therefore be taken to gency measures to bring the zoo especially the monkevs.

an assistant postmastergeneraland i Piovimttown, 74 years ago. !'' train up today's child in paths!: through its fourth-and perhaps Winter casualties in the past

an ex-U. S. senator charged : Leroy A. Petersen president of of morality and recitude so that I most severe-oostwar winter.. have been heavy "Siam" the
with collusion to defraud the I i Otis Elevator Co, New York, the elements of pleasure may be''
The zoo is in the British sec- zoo's largest elephant died last
Government acquitted to the ', born in Amervis.... as years found along the higher planes of
'I tor of the city and thus the remainder winter. lIe had sickened from
great disgust of the country. ago. life, and the considerable abilities ,. '
1917-A core of suffragettes 1! Charles S. Dewey, former Illinois : allowed to assert themselves. of the three western the combined effects of age short
the White I i I occupied sectors depends upon diet and cold. Other casualties in
arrested picketing congressman and financial 'I
House. i i i adviser to Poland, Congressional 11 'II L MWOf SMILE? ; the Anglo-American airlift for the past postwar winters have
1 supplies. Coal will certainly be been from theft.
Hungry people
1918-The German truce dele- !! "Watch-dog for the Economic 'I
gates conferring with Gen. Foch !'i Cooperation i Adm., born CadIz | COli"ie !' Since in shorter supply than ever. stole some animals and birds for
of the
many buildings are food. Berlin'schildren
'' Ohio 66 I now are
word from Berlin to !
receive sign years ago.
the Armistice-took till 5 a m j I'M I Claude Rain of Los Angeles. Young Man (entering jewelry !I bomb damaged. chill winds helping to relieve the zoo's food
whistle through them and .
only
I problem by contributing gather.
decode and draw j{! actor, born 59
to message up in London years store): "I. tr urn lY. ah-" small coal
I stoves are available ings of acorns, grass and straw.
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final'terms..
the i Jeweler "
j ago. (to clerk--
Bring me i, to warm the cages That's where ,
1931-"G 0 d Bless Leland Stowe of Bronxville that of 'I I'
tray engagement :
Amenl'a"l r;
ngs blanket coverings would come in Subscribe To The Citizen.
first sung on radio N Y., journalist radio commentator I -- ----, ----- .
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Smith. I t born at bouthburv, Conn., I ------ ---
1941-John L. Lewis demandfor 49 year ago. :

a union shop for some 50.- I D r. Francis J. Brown ofew :
000 captive coal mine workers York Cni'er.itClTetan'- of''
'I
rejected by National DefenseMediation the President's Committee on
Board. Higher Education, bum Cherokee -
1942-Americans take Oran in Iowa 54 years ago ,
North Africa John R DavIs. t'ord'Il( president I

1943-American-Allies slowedup born Oil City, Pa, o4 years f
in Italy by strong German ago

jesistance 1944-Japs landing forces on E I; Ollllnll111111lIHlllilnliillt9IllllSn11altliinllllllih' I I .GO ALL-ELECTRIC' )

Leyte lose seven destrovjers 0 W at's Doin r '
1947-Secretary Marshall asks I tI 0 I I .
$507 million in quick help to \ at the
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bolster France. Italy and Austria I
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7;30 P.M.-Shuffle board scs ,. ,. -
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7:30 P M.-Spanish ClassTUESDAY '. :.
9:00 P M -Theatre Gioup meets I -tu'i1f'H.1o'i '.'.UI., .
WEDNESDAY !
10;00 A.M.-Bowling, for Navy 1:00 PM.-Hospital Fishms trip i I
Wives, at U. S. Sub I 8:00 P.M.-Dance Class ,Begin- iI
Base Bowling Alleys. ners) ii'i
730 P.M.-Hospital Party (2nd I j 9;00 P.M.-"\e Ole Countrv
WEDNESDAY Tues) I j I Party". !; muiru\no: : ; o IIMIILV, 9 UIOKIM; 9 \SIIR.nrxiiM .
Dancia Virginia :
(Square ,
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12:30 PM.-Hospital Fishing .
Trip ; o I. UJiUI.ma
2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. ;i I Reels). I| I-MI.KIAIMIIJVI: >
THURSDAY
7;00 P.M.-J u k e Box Dance, i E"I'(;.\ .
j 3:00 P.M Photo Class. TIIIt:1.K\i\I'i. !
games { | ?? 0 ODD) .'m.: /1:\(;
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j 9:30 P,M.-D nce. Orthestra .
THURSDAY '
FRIDAY: I
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1;00 P.M.-Sewing Machines t
8;lo P.M -Movies. Bridge I I
Billards, Showers. I ties. r"r-\\
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SATURDAY

2:00 9:00 P.M.M.-Pre-natal SATURDAY-Dance, Orchestra Class. I I I:I 10 8::15PM 15 P.M-Mones..-Second show_. (same j!:I Hi.. !-HOIK von (,() .t II.P,1,1:171'Hid. I li...* ,..OOIHTou .nil -- n."

feature ',
2.00 P.M.-Boxing Training. SUNDAY ) i I liinr-liour- .tlilC"r ,rr'.lh'r |,,'ofil mill l,'i+nrc.Electricity .

SUNDAY 9:43 A,M.-Java Club. 'II
9:30 A.M.-Comn union Breakfast -I I 2:00 PM.-Classic Hour '
(monthly). 9:00 P.M.--Fdl..w-hip Hour I
1;00 P M Punic (sign up). C..ffl'l' and doughnut I
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Will ".....p Ir ii u ,n. "tl th. .-d Electric
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collar dn .
i\h ", ..ni'nts.

I as Use Increases .

Electric: economy begins as soon as
Does
t you GO ALL-ELECTRIC-the moment
L you install an electric Refrigerator
Water Heater or Range

Every JobBETTER I These large household electrical appliances -

are hke nest eggs-they hatch

-, out the rate savings which extend to

EVERY use of electricity_in the home.
I I This is why America is going ALL.

ELECTRIC-for in electricity lies the
., .andCHEAPER riddance cf household drudgery. the as
I surance of MUCH MORE TIME for
greater profit and health-giving leisure.
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j Overseas Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS'rleilly :: ::If II Is; ElcclricalWe WI'R'';E REI-AUI SEU. I IT'1 !J ; *. POOR OLD CRAIG ; 1

1 j Coffee ShopKn'1I'II1 of Action Toys for the Children ,
: Will Call For and Deliver : '
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J i 917 Fleming St. Tour patronage Invited" I : PRITCHARD :: r RUSSELL'S i ; 24-HOUR anil I'rrismg SERVICE :: Body and Fender Repairing i 1

: lee Cream.Proprietary Medicine FUNERAL : Free Pick-Up and ; k 1
k ; PHONE 798 Sick Room Supplies School Supplies DRY GOODS Delivery Service AUTO PAINTING :

S ..................:.......: Toilet Preparations and Article : :: SUITS for :MEN COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE :

S 4 I..................*....................;......<.... HOME 1106 OLIVIA STREET :, and WOMEN ftRl AUTO AND 0.

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720 DUVAL STREET Electromaster Ranges : LOPEZ : : Get Set For Fall With The New : !I I
: Ambulance Service
.N tion lJAdnrllied : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units Children'sApparel --... deb-u-curl
..: : (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN 548 '. t ,
Products : 333 ) : Telephone Funeral Service : .: Cold Wave Permanent ;

:. .Delaware Covering Plastic Floor :. .,..w................PHONES.o.e..5.-5..-..-......9150.....5.5 :. Never Sleeps : : : : Established 183SLiteiihcil : ""V1 I A soft. natural-looking permanent r.

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Blinds 55..5, ............................................ : Funeral S NEW LOOK and make t t
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PAINTING Contractor Now SHOPPE t
MON. and SAT. .
...................... f : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED .. Service Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. : o ,

: : TeUphon 9127. 114 Duval Street.Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 696 : DONALD BARBER ; 1

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Paftsenger : ; PHONE: 1374-R HOTPOINT : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i StellsBeatttyNook i ;

.: Representatives : ; : : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Scientific Beauty Culture : tin

tar a \r5 S\ :' : Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery : : All Branches (to :
NNN (7715)W : Thoroughly Experienced: Operators : ("
FLORIDA EAST ... .. HOME APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS Soft Water Used Exclusively .:

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j on dwellings Fire Insurance i Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited :
DR. COBO'5 : i : Marl\ and Soil i
mere ant. household i 1bldg& by INSURING with Landscaping, Top : Frances ? 1
a OFFICE : UyJaloni!
: : and per- : : TOP SOIL$6.50 PER YARD or SLOG PER SACK :
5 Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
: Frances Park.
FLTMUfC: STREET : : venal .. U: 5 MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS 5 : Will Ship to Any Part
: &u el La Concha: HaUI Save 15% on All PolldM Non-Auesubli: : Also Lots Cleared,, and Marl Spread-Vary RaueaabU : of US. or Canada S 1010 GRINNELL STREET :

PHONE 124 .: MercantileStock */. L. Crwo,"A,.. Phone 674 :: : ; : Marcy S. Palacio : : Beauty Culture in all its Pha'*s : ,
I02 Olivia St.
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: COLF (:OURSE ; .; In Fleming St. R.M.DaaUU.Prop. Pben JIll : Open Daily and Sunday ;

,. Cushman Motor Scooters :: .ERVING 5 P.M.'to 1 A.M. : : Appraisal Sale :: jS CayoHuesoBeautySalon

Dinners : : Southernmost House in the U.s.A." : i
and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE Lease 1
Sale. 'f"
1400 DUVAL STREETiMlen :.
s Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Rentals :, !Ii

5- RIDE AWAY. ...-.-REASONABLE.......................PRIcW'INSURANCE.......-.-.......... Management : :
\1&' S S TAKE !Sc4 S; :SPt ............................................ : InproTed and Vacant la IFKIFf al 9:1. 111.
) Properties la Key West :
BUS : and Monroe County Win An Entire :
Slenderizing .
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t tbe Now TVS! CM rid M eu>oamteal ; J. OTTO
: COI.rLINKS 11 ,_while Cuabmu peyiac foe Moat k...end Scooter the : F1HC WIND AUTO BONDS : KIRCIIIIEINERREALTOR Course FREE .
penal ytal ... ... .lt.r : S and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; .
Mtbod of trcmportatioB p'y'
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far -"--. cWti :- te fareeeaaeaaae Key V/est Insurance Co. 411 Fleming Street ; : RULES Write name address and phone number :
s : Have Fun! : : fa.. : 819 Whitehead Street : : where you can be called Place a large "R" on :
: KEY; WEST GOLF CLUB : .... 311 SIMONTON STREET PHONE IJ71 : : Phony 124 mad 731.R : : card. Mail to WKWF before November 13. Extra .. I
........................... aa aee Directly in Front of Postoffice receired Winner will be :
I. 10
for first cards
SS 5 555 5555 55 SSSSSSS SSSI. .... .. C .. ... .... ...i 555555555.5..55.............................. f......................i :: prizes called November 15. :
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.....................I BICYCLES :R= : .........e.........55555..................teeeeeeeeeee.........e..; I

:: 2-f-IIonr SCIl"-CC : FOR SALE JOHN CURRY 's INSURANCEOFFICE 's DELICIOUS i 't J

; Key West Jewelry Co :
.:.... : W. Buy DIAMONDS and : Oar Customer Mutt B* S : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM ; I
JEWELRY or WHAT Satisfied j PLUMBING : 518 SrI1IARU I ,
PHONE 1310
HAVE YOU t20: DIVISION STREET
See Dan! :
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:'i 1 \00.. .r. .f .r. : // Disliticluc Btirgutuly :
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p rMrr. at tla/eY Nat. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE Opposite Bus StationPhoneNo.l
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Installations and : '
Lr sad Jr..lr tla..lae Repairs
Tarr .ral/lirs. ..............SarreIrrrrar. ... .. ..... .. ... ........ Pint Package at \
and .u ..... .... .. ... .......... ..... .w.'
ill rriMlrv. whrtkrr II : ALL V/ORK GUARANTEED :
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v Lrapr.at.e rtr. i NEVY ARMAYOR'SLA
h.rl .r 1.e -.... ...117 DRUM BAR and .
17.!r. .Sl-Jmrk l...,. Kmmrmmirra.r laftalirrare ,, : FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUESTCall 1
\\ n-Mtlr all kladf : -THE- FAROLA SUNDRY 1
S rl.r1.tatl.we l'I..1.aaa. : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Ut and Be Satisfied ; ,
< rwKriiBli ... : 82$ DIVISION STREET PorterAllenCompany
,\.1"', .u.rr..i.N.rdwe v wff wllkia aver .p.aall/ea:1 wbllr haunt.M. ,... -"We Deliver"- Phones 781 and 229-W : Magazines, Proprietary Medicines,

: mall ; : O Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : School Supplies
\.: KEY WEST JEWELERY : Goods : 512 MARGARET STREET :
: COMPANY : 9 Packaged .............................................. ,
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; 419'. Djval Street : ................. ::::::::::::::::::::::..4.5555555555555555555555. :... ..1 : WILLIAM I ST. at WINDSOR LANE :

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a .............................. : KEY WEST HOUSE MOVERS 1 E
: ORLANDO CARABALLO
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; : OLD ISLAND TRADING POST
707 WHITEHEAD STREET
\Hicn Yon Go :
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Muring, Raising or Shoring House, Garages : Under the New Ownership and Management : e "
: Food Shopping : r PLUMBING Boats or'U'hat Hate You ; : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSfN; : a 1Iistinctire
h. : Be Sore to Get : ,r
BONDED and LICENSED ; Gifts For All Occasirrns : e i
INSURED CONTRACTOR
S : FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : : and Tastes In .1 Wilp I"ire flange : :

All Work (;lIuraneerl.1 : Ccrner Whitehead antS Caroline Struts '
dIof Phone un ; 4
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Sllaintenanrn : .55555.e.5..ee5555555.5555..5..5..5.. .............................................. 1 4
ENRICHED BREADTh : Why Par More When You Can Buy For Less
: Repair a 5elcage .: : _* USE YOLK CREDIT 1IIa CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET :

Foundation of Todmy'tPUnnlng : l : Men':;, Ladies' and Children's Wear : : Sl'rrialiinf; in Spanish Food & Short Orders : b 4
II..! : .Prompt ReliablREASONABLE : : Curtain Drapery Couch Corers Bedspreads : DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes Crawfish ; :
e .. : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : and Seafoods ANY ORDER A LA CARTE 1 I ..
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Corral .fgr. and Owner ; ..
: IlALPft FARAUXJ ';_. .- nOlR INr :' PHONE 1120S .. HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. : Open. Daily 7 A. I.-2 P.M. and :5 1-\1..12! M. :
e K.yWet Aa .I Cor. Angela St. Phone 1512 ARE
Near SMALL-BUT WHAT
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INSECTICIDE( I'AIJNT +. .. Legion'GUllrd Of Honor and Home I. Magna\ Carla Gives Anglers



GETS MORE\ LETHAL 11..1" iI \ .i Right To Fish Irish! !River

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G.\INES\'ILLE. Fla. Comes mote rather than less poisonous as time goes on, studies by ." So> seriously that the Dublin hifh court wa asked to decide. if

the University of Florida indicate. The University's engineering I I' I eighty Dom,&, 1 fishermen had the ij-tu 'n wet their lim-s in a 111"e-

and industrial experimental sta-jp I IY mile tributary of the I..u.'.h.
Lori 'made tests' with in ticld31paints. 7 the river which: runs
: Foyle,
Tlie Weather i
lacquers! and varnishes : (I thiough northern Ireland :mol'EIIt' l i'vlteling{ tailedFor
Over''a two year period. i j 1 I .
"It was observed that the FORECASTKey I The Irish Society founded :333: ''
coating. surface did not become I! West and Vicinity: Continued -. j years ago by King; James I to } BasketballA
ku toxic but rather, : fair weathe- with gentleto llsa.x .
became'' administer crown estates in
more. toxic with age: ," S. moderate northeasterly winds ![ Ulster claimed it owr.eJ the meeting wl) !I"- )hM. Thursday -

of tfwexperimental" nation reported |today tonight and Thursday. U P / fishing right under royal eh-ir- \ night S pm. at the Cllity
He said the insecticide i iappeared 1 Florida through i. z I/4 tees received: in 1C13 and 1SJ2.:! llil, f.-r the |> "P.I5"' ot orr.aniz-
to force it'elf : Partly cloudy ..
gradual-
n Letljoll
Hundreds t.f dwumvnls, many .1.;; ah IsianJ! City s
Iv t.. the surface of the paint toj i 1 Thursday except considerable.' l t t f dating from the kith: century, League it was anr.rtinc xl t.nlay
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form tiny cryvtils. The cystast!'< cloudiness with a few light showers ; were intnxlucfd.: hy Paul C.: Albury. Cite. Hweatin -
were product-** because the paint i iw.t. j over extreme north portion Fur 43 days tie; Curt: hearing!! t.ut: Directsit'
.., 'no Mill ".f the f-otson' that it !Ithaw this 3f mfton. Cooler over extreme |i droned on. C<*-i.-- sure esti.it- ,, }a.,.,\. ; ;or' safncut..d hr
some of it <4f from time to north portion tonight and I I ted at 200(), time.Iteeause much cooler with risk of scattered Justice Gavan IJuffy ,aV(' his a.l i liyt\l at tinICey \VeitSMM lI.a
of this characteristic light frost in Tallahassee t I derision rovcnt'y.! The "M; | >I Gym under City SUI T-'
puisuit which was lost through ,art-a. Cooler north portion Thurs- { gal fi.--h mwn won the ri Ihineto' viM..n. *
wiping or washing! the paint(- l I:day.Jacksonville j o''fLootl the river. Any charters Mr. Aliniry utg.s that all nana -
Surface was replaced shortly : through Florida granting the rights to the Irish rs .,f ijrnsju-eti' ; teams lxp. .
after tin; len.oved. One tt.os"ma.Jc.o Straits: Gentle to moderate variable (I Society were contrary to tinfarta. .-,->fr.t : :;01! any otl .-r ntl""n"w'
with asphalt varnish mixed I, winds this afternoon and tonight Ma-na:::: Justice Dd ry It.\.t.\ .. may 1 Ixmt< rrsttii III the
with DDT, thowcd the poison becoming moderate north i-ill'"

t"ryt.t..I appearing ;as.. white I i to northeast Thursday. Partly I .-- -- -- ..
dust on the suiface of UApaint- :cloudy weather. Belgian] IrinreJoins Sul>scnbr To The Crnzen.GTTHE .
ed article !I I I East Gulf: Gentle to moderate
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"When<< the<< suifaee was ui iIlC'| \l i[ variable winds this, afternoonover i
'with a lolli, the; crystals were reBioveil -I i south and central portionsand I! Geneva,
and UK suiface was as moderate to fresh northerlyover .

Lluclc as when the toating had I II extreme north portion be- ; Club SPEEDY sueFRFuEf
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been applied. Within three to coining moderate northerly over .' | Mountaineer
tour-daya after removal ot the entire area Thursday. Few showers ..[ I FrRACID
dust I l ; : : I GENEVA ,,!'_ .
it again reappeared. Block over extreme north portion Eighlten ye
iNPIGESTION
SMHL. This pro.-.->s was repeated this afternoon otherwise partly ; old! Prince-liauaoin, eldest sun ",:

several fulU. Even 1:timesMth afterviral similar months.re- ,cloudy weather.- .\i." :' 1.3 ... .. King Leopold III of the ESVIJIVwas !! !

whtti UMkun.f suifji-- was again I j! Key West, Ha, Nov. 10, 1948 .. .'.-.3:, 1!.. :..: ...j received as a member of th. 1GARDNER'S
wiped clean the rryMubof DDT] Swiss Alpine Club at :a:a e't rmon"here ]

re tppt and at the surface within REPORT I. American Lepion,: Guard) of Honor recently.; Prime Baudoin

a few days. (Observation taken at City Office lives in exile with his father rear
Though most of the station'st"xpt"rlllW'nl.i 8:30: a.HL, EST)
Geneva. King Leopold i i-- h.mselfi PHARMACY
: were with DDT,
several other insecticides Temperatures i I a I member of the club a.A. u.-- his 1114) DIVISION STREET
were ___ 82'
Highest yesterday<< .
tested and similar results were i! father the late King Albert.vh<> fC or it "a i el.
Lowest last 71 I
obtained. Mon .night. ..._ 76 Ii was killed in a moumnncaccident m Phor.e Iff Free Delivery
Block said there is no risk of Norman .. ... 75 "! tw 1es"w..; t t'.+x.e 'ebia:g 4i'v' a .; +ta s j a.rt I in 1934. ...-.-------------
in the of
poisoning people use PrecipitationTotal

this paint. It acts the same as last 24 hours __ .11 ins. : C e4s -
sprays now used on walls for Total this month --J 11 ins.DdidenC'y I
Killing insects and is no more _
this month .88 ins.
dangerous. If the paint should .
Total this year 45.72 ins.
peel and fall off. it should be Kxt-oss this year ._ 10.44in.<.. ', ,
kept out of food. i t
__ | Relative Humidity. ,. t
8:30 arm t i v'v

Rtds restore' I 79% < y w. +1. s.-isas..a ..s: ati t
i Barometer
) (Sea Level). 8:30 a.m.
\laDamagedEjnbalmed! ) l 29.94 ins.- 1013.9 mbs.Tomorrow's .. :?. t1.'#'ri + .x 4: .ac. .

Almanac i se.eliair r Y
Sunrise __ 6:40: a.m.
Body Sunset 5:42 p.m.Moonrise IITIIW

tIlJ __ 2:56 p.m. 3 Books packed
scow-{ '>-The b..h Iy of Moonset ._ _,m 2:08: a.m.

thefamous* Russian surgeon N. I.t with Values mean:

iir oy' embalmed! 65 years TIDES rgehg
(Naval Base)
ag<_has been restored by Soviet
TomorrowEastern a y More things to
Ei-HntiiU. Lying in a zinc glass ---1 .
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topped coffin near his former High Low ai.. .. .-" ;; .. t -1 choose from

borne in the Vinnitzky oblast, 6:10: a.m. 12:21: ajn.tJ:50 +,. A

Mte:body suffered considerable. : pjn.ADDITIONAL. .. III" a
More for
damage during the war. The your
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Genans turned the building TIDE DATA fk.T1'1ac /'

where the body was kept into a (Reference Station: Key West) a.." f.- money
traftor repair station. Time of| Height of I p,
hV'ugh handling split the coffin StationTide (high water
'o|>tn in several place air Bahia Honda o

entsred. and the embalmed body I (hridgeOh 10m 0.0 ftNJ --:: csrCOME.. -:_
began deomp.sanr. The news- Name Key ,-
papVrMediral \\1 kpr" reports I (east end42h20m
that scientists after working for Boca Chica
twrt years m the body haw re- (Sendy Point-Oh 40m IN
sti.ri-d :t tu its condition at Caldes Channel f

deaih. Plioxov. drersed in his (north end) ..+2b 10mf 1.4 ft -- .- ;. ....,. .. OR [HONE
Umlnnn and placed in a newt"sleet"tinder oOo '; ''
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[ :: 1560
; glass covering, is NOTE: Legion Home, Stork lelainl I I

o.i Jn..f>ljy agam.Him (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto \ J

be subtracted. At BooksEAST f The .Guard of Honor of Arthur Sawyer Post 23 of the 11 Punctuated Mail\ 1 Av I
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to j American Legion will play an important part in the Arm- -;* &!

They l Stand t be added.Hastings istice' Day.ceremonies at the Post Home, pictured below, on I, DEN\'ER-liPI-Colur-.Idu's
LANSING l\tlch.-'J"I-( J ( ) ru-
Slock Island.! I
Marty Hansen, former MichiganSlate Theexercises I j ral letter carriers have a beef, I
-- will beqin at 1 1:45: p.m. Thursday. I
Thinks College baseball captain:: is Chaplain- C. C.; Hartung of! Naval Station will deliver the JKSTS I their president Joe A. Hill :

'IAC:II. IHSKHALL back :at: the books after his first principal' address at he'exercises. of Pine. They wish hunters would _

KcpJM.*t Senior Baseball League BT HASTINGS BAKER season in professional ball. A 1 Later field events for school children will be given by stop taking potshots at letter boxes SIMONTON and FLEMING STREETS

-OKiinieipBl Stadium W. L) shortstop, Uon.sen fielded bri- the Post There will be free soft drinks for all the youngsters stuck on posts at roadside!

crab, Pet.fey Should? medical service be liantly and"batkd.263 for the taking""part: ;> i -. .', gates.
Wes Clowns
3 0 1000I1g7tauts
publiclySupported. : and available Philadelphia Pb me's Terte-llau- I I :'In-the evepirig mere will be'a dance.' .. __ '-:. ''' --:, 1" .._ '.
2 1 .CC7 : "t\4\ & : : :
"Nt.ic.U mJt..... 1 2 .333 to all like the fire! or police (departments te, IntL, farm team. __ __ ___ Flavor a cream sauce to be
An*'rK' n Lrtin 0 3 .000 England took the big I When vegetables' are tobe Grapefruit may lie sweetened used j i I for steamed green cabbage i
I Recipes for custard often suggest I j with a little Worcestershire sauce I Overseas
four months steamedonlyahaigti{ i boiling water with maple syrup before broiling; | Transportation
step ago with its that the milk be scaldedfirst ; and lemon juice: furnish the I
( CalendarSKATING National Health Service Act.' because this shortens the is atlJed to supply steam dur- t serve as a first course or. ab a j I creamed dish with finely chopped I

Sports English! doctors like American cooking time. ing the cooking. dessert. parsley.j'cANA I
.._ Inc.
doctors ---- -- ---- -- -- -------- - --- -- -- -- -- Company
: are generally opposed to; I ,
socialized l medicine. It's still too '
Bayview Park NightUD.Y soon to tell bow it will work out I Letters For Pushed Fasl
Europe I' Dependable Freighl and Express! Service
over there, but.. a few interesting
?;30 to 9.00 p.m. faU; are already out. i -betweenMIAMI -
__ NEW YORK-fjl'I-A' ) young American: writer ,and a !score of i !
I An astounding number of people -
I f 'n :\ls who need glasses had been I continental newspapers have joined forces in an atpbiiious earn- : ? I and KEY WESTAlso
paign to get Europeans and Americans better acqualntt'l.l-lJy mail.
I & going without. In one large J
*w Park. Afternoons ALL POINTS
ON FLORIDA
i and Nights English city 97 per cent of thosetested Their goal is the annual 'ex-II r-' Serving KEYS
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r>uiy! pUy.I needed glasses. This ties change of millions of personal, Canes ForEmbryo 1 solrrtel r Fresh Between Miami and Key Wed
t j"n with a recent study of American I letters between Mr. Average \ }
c* school children which showsan I! Citizen U. S. A.and his counterpart 1 Express Schedule
I SIIt.umo.Utn;. i : > I alarming number of our own in ten Western European I Soldiers | 2 j assortment of the No :
I (Barvicw Park) children are hurting their eyes | countries.: ( Stops En Route)
i LEAVES KEY
DaUy play.SENIOR. i by going: without glasses. The The American is Robert Farr WEST DAILY (EXCEPT
better makes Candies in Boxes : SUNDAYS .
I LONDON liPS) pare the of ) at 6:00 P.M. Arrives
I ----- I. same generally holds true for j 30, magazine writer. European at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid
: IIASEBALL dental care, there and here. I collaborators in the program are j ji rod, spoil the soldier" the Brit- 1 night.

M aicipI Stadium. Afternoon English doctors seem to .be newspapers in France l}elgiwn. ish Army believes-and parents j ami Jars. :
I' LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
doing all right financially under' Netherlands Denmark, I
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I Italy the |of cadets agree. The war office |
SUfcDAY. NOVEMBER I SUNDAYS
14- : i ) at 12:00 o'clock Mid-
the social
.,rs, t Game--Key West Clowns I medicine. The averagegeneral [Finland Sweden, Norway: ; Luxembourg says; that it asks permission of ; NUNNALLY'S-WHITMAN'S: nicrht and arrives at Key West at
practictioner i
now receives and Switzerland
Anw'roan I.''''''[&. from parents of all boys in military 6:00 o'clock A.M.
I the governmentmore Farr is founder and director ofi.
>nd turne-Rod U"I.It's.. than half again as much as the Intentional Friendsjjip As- :schools to cane their children 'if. Lnral Schedule:

1 1's.. e>mtwn. 1 he earned in private practices sociation, wlach vhbs. : launched a'the occasion should ..wise." Sev- Chocolates Assorted Pieces *5 C and (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
; NOV. 28- before the war. But he is also nationwide campaign to get.enty-five percent of the parents Thin Mints Hard Candies J JC UPGARDNER'S LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
Game-Red n..i.Jt''S'I working harder. A few doctors 1 Americans to write letters about'approve of the caning. CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock
VTtt \\' try to wreck the program by j themselves: their activities and I "The old fashioned punishmentof e-e-e A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
Si-cimJ CJIIMAmerican Le- prescribing<< such champagne is better o'clock P. M.
c' things as America. These letters which: caning than such punishments -
\ lion vs. Atomic B c>l1\bt-nI. as medicine to be paid for I also may stipulate the type of as keeping boys in to LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
SU ;U.\\. NOV. 211'rst I by the government. It will be European with whom the writer do extra work" a war office SUNDAYS) at 3CO: o'clock A. M. and
G4nK..y Weot Clowns worth our while to follow the would like to correspond should spokesman explained. I, arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
v.. Atomic Uombers.NictwHl developments in this great: ex- be addressed to "Friendship Association } I P. M.
I t h Game-Red Raiders. periment in socialized medicine. I Summit, New Jersey." munications direct to each other. PHARMACY i
'AiiM-rican Legion. The Association will relay the The Association: will furnish
Strain shortening that has been letters to cooperating European!; stationery to most of the European fe l FREE 1MCK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE
17ti..L 4 rawnwry ii often most; used for deep fat\ frying through newspapers. The latter will disJ'J correspondents' THE STORE FULL CARGO INSURANCE

utlA.lc&wy if f f..C'J..dJ1c LL.-. d. Put the tiny I before storing! keep the From that point on both sides just expanding an idea that's 1114 DIVISION STREET PHONE 177 PHONES 92 AND: Cor. Eaton It FrancU ....
93
t..r+ r herb into a mortar overed container.ijj the rerjgfritor !" -.;of the Atlantic are on their own. already been tried nut Corner Varela Street .

w.J I"aslte sid crush wll. u&ul ready to use again. Thty will' mail succeeding com-J I fullF.all' said. S\K''so'l. I I ,:j __ X_ '.'- _.-.... ::I"V! :

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SOCIETY l f Exditsivq i..

NEWS AMERIC4NEDUCATION I vents i[ j ji j I Rpd'And BnrtwiSilvern-are. Frnncfus* : 9

Br NlflA LESLIE GULEY #
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i t.L'An seer' 6f hrtpertvnce ntd 1:cnaiaancq "Fra&r.1ntQuj .
The Citizen 5' Jaycees, 8:00: P.M. SpeakerDr ,? -
Phones omce
-si ;I J. Lancelot Lester:, A-.i'interest to Key Wat's: brides of hall I. and Georgian liuse- IIf'JI.! :

1/'IIIIU Residence629XJKry I 'KT. E. Hewter to Shew Fi>m.I'I' toJayfcMdtom, m>w is the news distinctive selection, the t att ern"
UlIUI1IJ
rEm : lUUDlWllllmlllmIItlDllDllmmnl11l1mmrnllllllr.mm: vary from graceful mplicly td
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nmnnmnllllUllll1lll "The Traitor 'Within". that The beachcomber is now
JJ'r.sf TV onlun's I Regular .M"OMb1y Meetng,t!: 'kccdrad dignified, intricate design. Fut 9I
Clr.l I i Woman's Allr.wrnyIJ! _*';--rrT3ri : Barton sterling the hostc: ; of today who want)

'Vw.PJU flatware ateiil, hwUoware.. Tier T omr to reflect; the forward
roe Cootrty Hospital, :
31WV't>.''.sfrry With Guest at Hospital. Public 11|I Aa ejtcti-ave aootaiae .secured feeling of tomorrow or the bent.r

:cited J 1 I *k* fail fry K a Oicfcsv* driven the age w* feeanty tmm the IKatt,

SlwuI.t'r; Vital Matters Discussed Special lie4iag, Jtro7.r; 'W_.:'! New En Tavd Jvursmithj in choice is WH.-H aimed at Hie fteedr _
I, 'Taodtcm. rdassachesests has' and Barton array.
an's Club 8M t'.M Vl10Gomaa's
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The November meeting of the Miss Etta Patterson The book Qstiasse. wa Dlval,'I made it possible for The BeachI '1 Theeidtron, t. the lUtware. I
i West ) i I comber this his a..bo
Woman's te
Key Club wasbold everyone knows contains also j! Street AH Members Urged present top Quality < r acquired
yelterday a t ..saver; to Key West's discrhninatmg' many Reed and Batrtoo
afternoon at the recipe of Mrj. Truman's pwd-j i j to. Attend. ]
1 I buyers. The Beachromber .. holioware pieces.: The posiegsiua
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CJubhow wi Duval street and i ding and a striking drawing of I Rsgiflar( Weekly Meeting: Troop I Ii l
Is proud of this exclusive of prupt..ly-m.de. good w. ....h&
the I very: ;
rasa very I Urge affair with Little Whit House in \he'Xa"y I i 8, Girl Scouts,3:30 P.KL, Wesley
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i Retdaiid Barton franchise as only silver balk) <;u-e has always keen
wewrtn-rs, hid Yard here. I House. 'j
many and new. ; j j I reliableand i-tpu'labe firms are the mark el rultivai.-d. .........
.. An .
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a4 n ber 6f guests<< attend- imposing list of new -Tniem- "East Lynne"at Bar-s The- )
authur fifciltheir ylvtr.Bead That w why The Btocbcotr.btr,
Ins hers was read and the new atre. Presented by Key West'I i eq t9 II1ng
I members I
i and Barton's master1! has added the ww M-temuu Reed
The meeting railed 1 to order<< : introduced to the club. Players. Curtain Tim. ?:3a;I '
i! craftsmen backed by a 125-year- and Barton hoftr *.ie'1w ib"
by Mrs. LetGodOard.. president These n;'w members include the | Performance Each Night This .
f who prr kf'\1.. opened with the Mesdames Morgan Harrio, Chas. Week. f elk! reputation, have skillfully, shelves.
Club Prayer, the salute to the E. Pierce James FTenner, Arthur I TlnmSDAY NOVEMBER 11- !i fashioned modern and traditional II I In a recent<< interview with Mr.
*" I decorative themes in the Reed a. C. Ditkson of The IVachcumbj -
:
ISpangId I i
Flag and the singing: of the Star MalU-rg, IN.. Bracon Curt' Sewing Committee WOmaJl'iiAuxiliary ; "
j
j and Barton Mr. Dicksun BtjlMl. ?orsBeachcumber
patterns.
lUnru-r by the ewtare Garnett C. W. Morrison J i; of Monroe County .
I Now available at The Beachclamber is pn-uj t>t carry
assemblage. "Lancelot LesUr. Jr. llilario Ra-1 I ., hospital %:W P.M.at Non-
&
of Peed Cites fine lone uf ivt-r.Jt
1 areseveral the !sferUng!
rk :
Minute of the October meetinf mos, Edwin Trt'vur. Wallace :! pital. Those! desiring transportation ,
and Barton sterling silver patterns is yet" aiK'lhei f>tung. tu )tjrI
were read and approved and ; Kil kl', Harry A. King. William! please call Mrs.
Pointed Antique Mari- I product which our customers look
: I
reports were received from the' Hall Mamie Porter, M. E. Ben Rutt 420-W.:! {
I Francis First. French for at The 1Jc..cRc..ntb.-AJn.
various depaitment heads andCOIW1UUt."f' nett Herbert Everett. Caroline ; Lions Club Meeting 6:30: P.M. borough ,
j : Dr. J. Lancelot { -- -- -- -----,--- --- -- -
chairmen. Several annomcnrwnU Nettles and the Misses Katherine 1i9a Guest Speaker -- -- -- y;

were made, among Lowe Randy Cooper: and Juani i : Lester, Jr. -and Film "The E : 'flzntfirths: In -.3.!

them that the finance committee,! ita Burt. One uld member inactive j : Traitor: Within", To BeShown. I Poles Get ..3..e t'.'C

will hold a fund sale at the Club-1 i in the<< club for a period of :! Nmv-l .
house on Ntwmlirr 20th. These J, ''Y'C'ars.Y' J : reinstated! Mrs. Ntfui !; i Bingo, St. Mary's Parish Canter Fre Lan }' ilwtjnlal i
find sale in the past have I-esliv Guley. Duval Street, 8.80 p. m. ( A 1'11l1'eVM.. hoteert .ut4ee

proved very successful.Mrs. Mrs. Godilard! also presented |, urpioes of Catholic Daughters t.V j &\W.. P..IZJoI1d .1'l'( ) ,:- '1 Wilht-lmina Harvey( re- ; to the club a letter that had kern I Holy Name Society, .anSoeMty j Hospital! to Mrs.! M.ry .
purled' that the Junior of St. Vincent Uei bas 's xnmistry of agriculture and '
Woman'sClub eceivtil from the Chamber uf : wuV <>X TUivnr P. '.
is kpu'worinx the 'FolliesU Cun-iRu-rcv thanking the Key West. i I I Paul. land Tetprni is taking a lea from n u. USS GOwion. Navel .St,. l 9.

IMS" to I I.* held. on December, j'I Woman's Club for its efforts and I SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1.3- ; Hwraoe CretJey's:: bu(oL It's toll- t1t1lTh-.- baby Iran! been am J per
14th and Sin.. anti rcqwstnl the :; cooperation in making the Navy Free Dance, Fleet Reserve As- lrag Roles; "(;o west, young ..'an." Charles' Steven "" 4 i Iv.l
cooperation 01 the Woman's I l ;: floci&tion, Branch No. 56 8:00: westwaitl exodus into
Club Day Celebration in October sol a e ,c 1 jTo s.a A M-ven pound. thirtet-n ounce
fur the affair. I I succccsful and .enjoyable, and | P.M. Public Invited. Music 1 loads :which ohce were part of tomas l.H-n tit Mm. Jeanne F-| but

The Library Committee an- !| commenting very favorably upon| ; by Count We Serenadws.Annual J Eastern Germany the ministry sAfferirig tel. were eif Warren V. t1.... S|,. OM
Bounced that there are fight J ._ i farmsteads of SO acres S
i the enthusiasm of the ladies during I' ------ ---- ----- ---- -- ---- USS Corporal U. Naval -Sta
nrw blacks in the Public Library j / this event. Knrl E. Hamilton; I ;; ; Serl.icr.- 1 Tree\ Tor the next three years. tion. The baby ha breti naim'rt:
and that others have been oiderI I I I The meeting was then turned Guest/ Speaker ( Memorial I That's "the idea worked out by:II 'Karl I Bruce.i J per.M .

fd and should arrive in the very J, i I J;.n Dal-Koci), minister of agriiilpre An right .unil, two ounce $4n t >
over to Mrs. William R. Warren I i pi
Bear future.A chairman of the Public Welfare, I At Uirision; ; Street SchotJll-1'. A. 1 l ITU, hi Southern Florida District t| 40 'liquidate :0,732,500.: was -borit to Mrs Carwlyn t the

report was concerning ; of idle fann land in the .
given Dcpaitment of the who acres o nNn. wife of William P.
the efforts <>f the Club in the spoke briefly of the club work her'department I! St''i..iollll/lill Auditorium (,,..llVi:!ht To ll.IIltll" Coral Gables; Chnrch i, vTestemterritories.. Dab-Kociol Brown, MM2.: Comp Gas School. ...
utter nf having street markersat t vrsnts-to see all of the available P..rt.;I'IOII\h. Va. The -"f'I' sell
is and'also
all intersections, and It was accomplishing :j+ "Tin- best indication of what P.T.A. trojsuivr's repoit and a Ikb Wallis Commander of the This year the Honor Corps -of farm land in cultivation by the! has been named tSruce Regan. theton.
the member of I
drrided that this worthwhile the sewing reminding that meets; at the qualificatinnj of a goodUurtKr financial, breakdown of the re- I3tn: District of Florida, Veterans the District will present a set of I spring: '(J( .1W' I I __ -
project!" will receive the attention group I'I i should be be learned it 'f.ts taken in at the highly sixccasful *- Wars has announcedthat Colors to the Church a Church In making the farmstead offer. : Read the ('lossifK-d Ads tn The
the Monroe may nt Kort-i.
County Hospital > a .
ami endeavor of each Club member Hallowe'en Festival sj,..n- Flag and am American Flag : Dub-Kociol is carrying out directives Citizen. ,
each wek., urging that more la-I| by contemplating what.. the na- sored the Room the Annual Memorial Service I of the Communist Workers out
in order that this work maybe by Mothers. i iMrs. These will be placed in the chancel [ ---- -
dies attend and help in this vital ture of the good citizen: should f Di-trict will, be held in I for socialization of nth
done speedily by the city. Arnold Brye chairman t'f. i the of the Church in memory of party peas- .
Mrs. Let Goddard spoke of the woi k.Mrs.. I Ii tx'. Our best citin-ns should be the Room Mothers explained to' St. James Lutheran Church of the Chaplains who gave their I ants' farm production and for ..* raises distress .t NOT IFEMALE lost

convention of the General Fedtration 'i Warren then introduced j our teachers A teacher must P.T.A. members the offer of Dr. lives while en A duty status with i I sharpening "bittie class warfare"
of Women's Clubs to beheld the guest speaker of the after- t have cnaricter as well!! as skill James B. Parrainorc, Monroe !.'Coral Gables on Armistice Day. the armed service.i against the so-called "rich peas: .. : ; M

in Ft. Lauderdale on November noon. Rev. James II. MalCunnf'II.1l't'Mor | for I IK teaches first himself." County Clinic; director, to have ] This service is sponsored by the i I The services will begin at 10:30: ants.." These are the peasants wtM .

20th. and it was decided trf St. Paul's, and wh i-j; I Thus Eorl E. Hamilton principal the Patch tea given pupils oT the ,|eleven Posts of the Veterans of !. and will conclude "at 11:00: A. M. i iI already ewn 50 or more acres of COMPLAIN J.b..

that the following delegates from also chairman of the M..nroe of the Division Street (Tru- school. Sho.ald: any tests prove Foreign War.* in Southern Florida ,,The pastor of St. James Church i land possibly a tractor and employ nonl-
the Key West club will attend County District of the Social I man A\tnuc) Elementary School, negative those pupil will then wnstitutins the District. .I is Rev. '0. C. Mess.Soutbgramoat I I hired labor. Dab-Kociol said Are YOU l. functional troubled pwlaOla fcy dlats.t OMw, ..tIun

this convention: Mesdames Uoddard. Welfare DepartmentRev. opened his talk as guest speaker :]|'I be X-rayed r y the mobile unit Each year a church in a city of Post 3SM1, Key in a press interview that the moos' Docs saw u&k* you .'M.r :

Williams, licrvaldi. Marshall MacConnell's talk, which, on the subject of "Foundations expected here some time this 1 j jI j[ the" Djstn-t, t 1-; selected for this ,, West, is one of the eleven posts I small and medium farmers would tram.rm.er-! =ir.i.tlntf.*

Pacr. D pp and Jackson was interesting and instructivein for HetttT Schools and Educational ,,I winter she said. The tests will!.'.Sc-rviv.'c and denomination plays constituting the Southern Florida have first crack at the free land mt a v_ We s.l.orea M R.giataam ,

This convention, incidentally thti extreme dealt with the Programs" at the institution's ;!i eliminate the ne ssity of X-ray-i i no part"in the aefectkjn,' i Ii iDjstricU i -, I offer. Bat to prevent any of them TcUcT. BiKlt tymptom Hn>hMn'i '

will be one ell great importjnce many opportunities there exist! P.T.A. meeting last night. I I(ling all pupils. Put.to *..vote, the'" l i I '. -. -0': -- --- becoming "rich peasants: the ofuuw baa a grand.,-a.otMag.ect-___-OB eat.
for the l local club since certain for improvelmen in the community "These qualities which we offer was accepted unanimously-, stake given tnem is not to exceed

plant will be made daring It" for outlining what can be ac- would have our people possess" I'j: Mrs. Anna Rosam, vice-prea- i Flees i ii | Boasts I 5.!..,acres." '_'_ ___ LYDIA E. PINKJUM'S flZ. _=
we must find in our teachers he; dent I Hospital Prague --,-
the vital iticipat'on' sit theKey rotttpltsil West flub in the national and. other civic organization He'j added, "for whether they want to night in the absence of Pix-si'.ftnt

tttiventlon to t be held later. j I stressed particularly The great 1 I bo or not, u-achers can teach only t,: :Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry now rt- I i GRANTIIAM, England-<;'P>- j jI It's Clean

One ol the must timely. sub- nerd for coordination: of the various ; what tht-v j rc. It is more important .tending tic: state convention'of j I The htwps'ai. nurses wenpretty j .

J JerU of the day was discussed: at welfare agencies in order that! we as a profession P.-T. A.'s in West Palm Beach. but 13-year-old John Coe decided | .1 -
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encourage good people to teach freminctstv PRAGZIE-A'-Prague( lias 2- .
members of the County
that of the aid at .
needing can '
tome Irngth. namely that persons than that he just didn't want an operation i 000 street cleaners and it costs 1:; /
.
Key Rest Cook Book, which is once apply to the proper agencyin we encourage many Council meeting to be held at So he ran in his pajamas. I j
away .
i people to seek this high calling." :Tavernier the city $3,000,000 to keep the C/ .
fpcwuM-vd by the Club and a order to receive this aid on November 17th. He sprinted through half a' () 14-6 #. till
The in the capital clean each year, it was 1 .
meeting upstairs auditorium Mrs. Roam urged that IK1fJ .
which as
of manymembers X'1'
large number of copies quickly. j,I If the school last nightopened attend"Ihemeeting mile of busy streets to his home I disclosed when the city celebrated .
haw already been oM. Plans Rtv. MacConncll is a speaker ] as possible but pursuing attendants got there > ve
: with the Lor 's Prayer, and that those a special "week of deanllness. I ; t-J .7
desiringto
of -
im nationwide distribution of much presence and his forceful | almost as quickly in a taxi. They i ."
Flag Salute and the reading nf do so signify their intention Prague calls itself The J -))\ :Lenin
the Cook Book were proposedaftd talk was received enthusiastically i:, persuaded him to return to the I -
Golden but it has
the Minutes of the City" adopted a { :
Also ; previous meeting | no later than the end o: this ....
unanimously. attending the John's mother said he
those ; hospital.
accepted by "The beautiful "
i by Secretary -Mrs. ArchieHubert 1 week. I new slogan: most i i'i
Old
'
that the Club has had the operation now and is i
announced
meeting ,,
it
was and cleanest city. ;
I
I Miss Ann Yates :: :
will present a copy of the bookIe Following the meeting<< a socui! I''! Miss; Miriam Carey'e the selection as part of played tne program.Coiml. a piano. getting along fine t I \ # -.......:::: ;',-. W

Pees.drnt Truman tog..therwith hour was held in the dining- : Tiny fibers split out from !
th* fe hed product of one loom of the clubhouse where refreshments i 1 Toast slices of leftover with kangaroo tail tendons are valuable j /(

d die most delectable recipestherein of sandwiches, cakes. I I Ginn USN Gets; Key Lime -i! iI 1 aged poundcake and serve in testing chemicals used In.|
a coconut' cake baked by t delicacies and punch were served. slre! bananas and caramel sauce tanning leather. j

--- -, --- --- -. -- -., --- for a scrumptious dessert. I j
Varinl At Ofll'otwun's I By JINKS. Lime Pie Editor .. .. IT'!
Program Meeting! 1 1I
j Our own or should we say i: problem came up because his DEVOTED CHRISTIAN STRONG ARM BRAND! COFFEE >

your own Louis Curbonell Commissioner friend from Honolulu demandeda I| The lOok MI.... Addah Ramsey TRIUMPH

Missionary SocietyOf and backer of local activities j "put up or shut up" in their was grt-aliy interested: in Christian j
I' friendly argument whether the I work. One of her foremost I COFFEE
First Baptist Church Monday has solved the problem! II j Key West or the Hawaiian delicacy inteiests was in foreign missions.: MILL 1 K

With civic pride and a generous was the better: i. e., Key i It was her wish that those who j jI I U,
On Monday, November 1st they, de and auxiliaries. The recommendatIOns I hand, the commissioner has presented lime pie or "lau lau". He Mr. I I desired to remember her with I II d I t.

Woman's Missionary Society of j that had been received I one of his delicious Key :j Eyles of Honolulu insisted that floral offerings make donations j jj LH Grocers I Ii

the! First Baptist Chun h held Its'' from the executive committee I lime pies to Commander Walter \,'the' Key pie be placed before him j j instead. These: donations are to !i AAAAAA eded I

buaiaes meeting an the Church were accepted.Mrs. S. Ginn. U.S.N. (Ret.) for the j i in Los Angeles where they will I: be sent to missionaries in China, I
during which. there was a varied j purpose or spreading the knowledge i j meet :m convention next week:
India; and Africa. A box will be I II i
|
Collins brief tit
Leona a I
program. I gave and taste of this superb Key.West I; and, so action was badly needed :
placed at the of ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES
Mrs Edna Albury president of report of the 40th Miami Associational delicacy to the "so-called" i i locally. j entrance Gospel j I' '
I Hall fur his
the society, presided, and themeeting j meeting of the Women's Paradise of the Pacific-to Hawaii I i j i The! Chamber of Commerce has purpose. and EQUIPMENT S.
novlO-ltj rat r.
I .n rr s"> soI
opened with a hymn and I Missionary Union and the president to Honolulu; and the advised that California will stop J JI .126 DUVAL ST PHONE 250

a prayer, following which Mrs. !! Mrs Albury. welcomed ualate of one resident of Honolulu j I j I i our limes: at their border: but CARD ..
OF THANKS
Geneva Sinn presented the pro- j visiting !ladies from the Poinciana in particular. j j i i i they cannot stup our Louis C.ir- I j Place Your Order for ad
Cram on "Our Woi in Japan and IUiwra. | Baptist Church. Your lime, editor previously reported 'bom-11 Key lime pie! N., it will i It is with heartfelt sympathy ;

." Mrs. Eleanor Bennett The meeting closed with a that the commander was ., be camel to Los Angeles and j that we, the meinbors of the': PERSONALIZEDChristmas I vfuIJ/1t Pdl..t..lnsin

Cave the devotional |i prayer and there were thirty inquiring if hi*? should carry a thl'l t'. it will be' sampled bv I faculty and student body of i I CardsNEW

The business meeting followed !!i ladies present for the (occasion Key lime pie or the limes with Gmn's Irltnd.Ir.. Arthur Eyles I Douglass School, wish to express .

during which repots were I including those having part on which to bake it, to the Ordinary: I I manager of Prudential'suisui; : ; J our piofound sorrow to the fann- DESIGNS illllitlilltlfm! !

calved' from committee re-j I the program the Mesdames: Francis Agencies Convention of the Prudential ance department of Hawaii ( .-..-- ily of Mrs. Addah Ramsey! hi this LARGE SELECTION 6kzli/19 6

sad Mrs Uhmt-l Negrin gave Fairfield, Raymond Johnson InsuraieiC'inpany in I| Rate to the Coow'ntwn.VE houi of lie'rt<<'avt'lJk.nt. Alwjys ,i You Are Invited To Look y
rf'port of tlif Cuban Mission Cir Florine Mesa and Geneva Smith. I I J.<., An:. !es next week: that the 1 HOPE' i mrliiix-r: thai shf is not dead but I Over Our Line

I I just away. novIOltM I_ _ 1
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Executive> Coinntiltw Of Woman's ttingo! Party AI I' Personal- MentionMrs. i 1i I.. i.:! I Ii[ 1 1I .-...

-c3
James N. Curry and son I ; I I!
\\Sl.Marys W lien: too buy your
Missionary Union Of First IliiplistChurch ,i Billy left Sunday for their homein 1 I .j

Norfolk. Virginia after a two- I I I fluid silrr'O jrv making a ...
Held/ / Mwliug f. October 2ii: ;: 1'Ittn rsda }' E ren;ing :,! wf''ks''isit in Key West with I! t

I Three Catholic. organizations : Mi. and M.S.: M. P. Can era of I I lifetime inirih'M.So; buy only tbe t-
J
On Thursday October 2 Bth Dav" pri-4ii' in will be held on 509 Olivia street. Before her .

the Extt'UUveommutl.... of the Tuesday. November 23rd in the will be held sponsor at the St bingo:Mary's game Parish to.I niurn-jKc" Mis. C'unvvas! M ss t I best buy 9 pattern by Reed & l non. I.t..

Union of !Henuett.- C..aI'eware:! .
Woman'
Xuionary church during which teachingwill Center;?** Duval street at 8:00p. t ) whose t high reputation furrol.c
the -- --- -- --- --
Fast Baptist Chuub' met in : be done from a book on jn. ;hursday, November 11th. ; (/ :
Church Annex with the prt'si- These "f'rganizations; are the craftsmanship dates back to 1821UMMC.-
Stewardship and a covered dish Coug'hsFrom 'I
Albury presiding .
dent Mr Edna ; Catholic Daughters Holy Name I ..1 M .YKt
and acting as boatels fur the 4 luncheon will be served in the I Society and Society of St. Vincent qua w lad ..base paccceus coal IW ..

Cll't'ii1iJon \ annex. dtPaul.. The public is Common Colds 'SUTTEREO'PECAN&urteuc2Jrui .
Mission Mrs. Albury. the president., announced I IMMEDIATE DELIVER
PUn were made for a invited l lo the affair. .
Study CUUI Sf!. "Light for the j her plans! for the "Lot- That HANG ON .
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NoVrmbtr tie Moon Work of Prayer, for j' : .
:
Whole World. U. heir r.\ Como.) fha"h makes up CrtomulMon relic became ICE CREAM The Beachcomber
Evelyn Jones the week of November 29th tov.emlx'l' : esproaipil> ies. .
I IMh Mis 3rd. when all auxiliaries about one tenth ot all meats Ij | it gas right to the serf of the troubleto .

stub.to MMMonary Mrs. Mary Study Day will,Chaw teath.County 111. .In. I of the Womens Missionary j packed .11 l t'n' can.-- phlegm help loosen and aid mol astute expel to germ soothe IJeo and and JERSEY as only Scaliest makes It : Jeweler*! unit 5ifirr" uiilltw ..

Missions! ChaununMr Union will participate in a heal. raw, tender, inflamed br<>nc.hal KEY WESTS FAVORITE JEWELRY STORE .
*. FJeanur Bennett presented' special) piogiam to be auoounced mucous membranes.Tell >ourdrug i*( :: Plump meaty pecans toasted to a .

her plans for the Novemberprujctt. ,; later. d eatth.oi ; TIMt WAVSpOPs (o sell you a bottle of Creomulsiou .. golden browo..nhed. buttered.. .tier ,ion 060..:.. par 6 pc pore ..'....11 .h.ch ,olvoh. *<..*.. fart.Hapa. .
will i consist of Recommendations m a with the understanding >ou must like and fcoacn with rich,gulJeo creaia. .
.. which at .... ...1..4'.., ..oI ,__soup IfJ'HN' rces ,.J.Ar 1 to red.ai ...
presented the it the
Thank ba kit. to be given meeting were wxy qukUy allays cough .
"'ivu & > I _
!I i the regular business meeting of or \ou are to hate your money hack.CREOMULSION. 3 .
to .
the ,
tardy.U fIAVO..Of.JH..AlONr.*
the 'omanslissionary Society A GREAT NOVEMCff .
Stewardship .
ii. OI o Y' r, ,
(' I
No-
Monday,
t'.alMan 4 Circle No. : aD.I,: whuti was held on tai 1 Caught ClietlatJs-6rcnhibs I C a

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EIGHT J1 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10 1343..
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TRUMAN-BARKLEY Salary OfFlorida I Now It's Poetry Forte 3: The I Gertnsns
.carrier with Task : i .
Continued From
\ ( Page One) Hot ifSt'wx word-pa I..ii" of
If Adams got in a plug: for Key I! I War of 151.: t'vit .
I the <: relit the
TeachersSouth's For The !- .
West climate. Navy j! I eje of the admirals Th hope(

Senator Barkley and Biffle I that after his hour with TiItirrc ->k
in PEARL HARBOR lag -J them 'Suni W was uncomfortable winter- Highest I II 3B nc might do .LS well m

/1 Nws/.Area By Wade MillerChapter weight northern suits. They I There's a poet sailing with the j jI i,i; and Bay." In 1939 he put .n \ersthis ..11'nlt! .i...\11, V:. ..t l V,..1 U ..nd

were perspiring."If I u. S. Navy Task. Force 3S. now' experiences aboard the Ath- :,,1111)\\. i 1-1: nn I A. .'1'
TALLAHASSEE. Fla. Nov. 10
_. _
23 j "Nothing. It Just ftemsa ttl M Ice dawn en the !floor and unlock this place is as good &* you' I steaming toward the Far East. i j j -- -- -
.I'VE ttfily. been here once before that maybe that wax B&B II xi2Kadrin&f u., O* a it wide la a hurry. Who- say it is, I'll probably camp on I-(FNS)-Florida :school I teachers He's 67-year-old Charles Whar- '

in guy whole life," Kevin! that eu." vlrt waiting don than hasptobab17 you" Senator Barkley told Mayor : are now the highest paid in the \i ton Stork author of "On Board : '
bM straining ,to seethat f THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ \ POPULAR
"Okl" at PRICES
us Adams. South. "
of the '
bud. "What Old Ironsides ,
Impressed. made you' : fie of light so long that epic poem
excitedly 1I
"It's better responded the According; to a survey conducted war of 1812. !
think el bringing xn. hr T
1 '
card. isn't squareWe =r-BuI- major"The. by the Missouri State Stork author, critic and lee- Located in the Heart o/ the City
[ Che moved her face from side .
He said softlyDr. Krtrvtt half has not been told, Teachers Association, Florida's RATES
lo aide trying to absorb the entire Bomiice-Dr. Elliott It lle / as I turer, is the Navy's favorite poet. ROOMS RESERVATIONS
scope of Sunset House at one probably doesn't mean Bpgnei a! thing" A rectangle of lightlapst into Solomon said." average; teacher pay of $2.68.tor! He -writes i m a .language Navy REASONABLE

Wide glance-the sweeping beamed He smiled at her worried p "- the! hall u the.door iwUfif open. .. Senator Bark* evaded que>-' last year leads the states in the: men understand--and like That's f.] with BATH and TELEPHONE
ceiling, the ornate crystal chandeliers .lion. "After all redhead/: h. bas i There was:a hyphenated ex-. lions about changes in tli' South and rank 18th m the na I why--h*.was, invited to travel,
the scores of lamplit as much right here as we have. nlosion. :The back window wu a.Sower met He gave such answers tion.The Ford
_hit.-clothcd tables, the high- And maybe I' was wrong" of *Ius, on alteKTamw. III give you the whole C4"-1 $2.682 of Florida compareswith Pershing Miller
rrhed windows that allowed the A chip of plaster and a.lining of 20. Alabama. $1909; Georgia I II
drove from point Lomaslowly. January
>
They
dining room to stretch to the dust fell on Kevin'sfaceh'heredue $1.800.: Arkansas $15oO; () Kentucky I IRA Hole! Hold) Hold)
Kevin pressing her head .lay' the half flaor 111 give the I list::! IK'fore I lake I ; IN!
horizon and there its like half-circle She sun against his shoulder. Aftar the "Walter pn!" she whispered. off truer here" $1,750; Louisiana $2.2_.); I 60 NX. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Ave. 223 NE. lit A...
that "'IM't a ruby.
car was garaged' for the night I Mississippi $1.3v: North Caroh I 80 Rooms 100 Rooms
lucked\ in her breath ecstatically.I Roll inside and switch .oft the "There's a little man down !*'- 80 Ro"rv
they walked hand in Hand up the light". he eommaaded. He joined na $2.167; Oklahoma. $2,200.; I Ii Elevator Elevator
I rant at all in at lo\\I who ran tellran nv rc than
once guns What made get>ou bring meGera flight of stairs toh$ second- her in the dark and abet the door I c..n" The ondt'T rrforivl to I Tennessee. $1.764: Texas $2.623; I''i I Will not bent in en row f.jr e Solarium Heated i'h:. v.ll"
!" floor apartment Kevin still bad behind them. She reached\ out for Vir ml". $2.050: and West Vir- and furnishing when sw4dM
foot the last when his riresident:: Truman; the KeyWe.t 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BOb STATION
one on step
the solidness! of his with I
reassuring catch
Something somebody said. I hand stopped her. t Naval Stain'n. ginia, $2.357;) No )I..y i" lifted showers you your
ru.u." Walter James smiled at body but he was over by the Win- Ath, B"rklev-Riffle for South Caiolnui windows open while you areaway
Just a minute, he said quick- dow. looking out : ear .
the the Missoun ------ --- ---
her over a liquor glass Leading stalls: in if home it
i pro-
"They're gone he said in amoment 10 rhcH the PI.l'>-i'lrn"s" l.illlcVhilf your
They talked along the plate- ly."What's wrong*" "Show o\.er" The nor- t \ House: Mr Trum-. "as ioU!\'C'\'' is New VoikMtll. Izc.d! with _
glass wall to the nearest arch > seemed an average tfdihr, i pay vi .1.00.:; .
mal tones of t his voice to on hand to greet them The
and stepped out into the assembling hadn't seen his hand move echo in the confines of theshadowy folio ve-1 bv iltfoitiiu! with $3.-
,le dusk. Kevin skipped over to SHE all of a sudden there was Pipsutrnl) wore t linen shin that 321. (PLC:
room. i i &I1EW
I.. lie stone balustrade a gun in it. Walter James glanced "Who do you think it was Wal. had ben given' him yesterday; bynfficials ---.-- i I Paul Sher
1 "Sunset" Cliffs. she murmuredfThejrve around the hall I of the American legion J.
terThere He wore seersucker! p"nt..> and British Hclurn !'t I, TIt. .
looked at sunsets to "What's wrong Walter?" was a silence of consideration ,..o.7inlI
I long they've turned red them- "I didn't leave my light burn- **I don't know" he said tan shoes. He was in the midst 5i..1I

( selves" She looked down, fasci- ing when I left" finally. "Maybe Dr. Boone. Maybe of photographers. German I I _Itia.__
nated by the white festoons of "Is there somebody in your a friend of his. We'll have! President Truman said t* the Prisoners i j! Oeh14e I, i
oil. "Its a long way down." room*" She found she was whis- Clapp'i men check tomorrow and senator: I I "II-.-- JEWELER

Do you want to go in and pering. tee who'c been pro*ling around\ You almost ran. cat.' HAMBURG;, Germany-i.11-> !'
over my .
have another drink?" "Maybe Or maybe rm sup- these apartments. The British Armj temp 'I 1-."
Naval 1 Station _
It was a cat that A.
Sne shook her heat "No. Let'sgo posed to tbinkh@re's somebody "It's getting too close she task of bringing home year''I''I']I
home and just be together waiting for me or that I forgotto whispered. 1m ..orr !:L""Don't ran from the car just. in time tot of thousands of German prisoners !,r s"5_""'"_ Invites You to the
behe aid. He stroked twine kilted
That would make me happiest""Do turn off the light But that ? cape of war i 15 al:nott, finished The !:I I .........
the length of her b dy.Don't Then for the first Senator *
time
you have that feeling too? window shade at the back end of ..
only Germans left abroad I .
"
That late moving too fut" the hall has never been up that think about that now. Baiklci: picked- the .evident out are! Formal Opening of
After soft while, she spoke. 4 I those who stayed voluntaiily anda i i re.tn.a.. I
a
"I guess thats the way 1 feeL high before. His free hand (rom the crowd : ..e L..t
Fm afraid something going to moved across the switch and the "I won't, darling When were "I thought were a photographer few in prison. Alxw.it 2jOOO; will i i e_ ;
slip away from me. Lets go hall light went off. like this, I can't think of anything! you stay in Britain to work as civil : His New Store
said the senator 1 ... i!
but She trembled,closer to i
home Walter" "I sa\ this happen once in Atlanta you. ians. A small number will stop in
lits hand was on her arm as ," he said. "A man was him. 1'hU-this feeling between I wish I could qualify'. responded the Middle East until the end of I]! WINDOWS, POKHES AND
they walked out to the parking silhouetted against the light from us-it's like the ocean: tonight It Mr. Truman. this year to help the British :!
lot. She started slightly at a momentary his room as he opened the door. beats and surges and never sterna "Can I cot garb like that*" Armv dear its installations :I SCREEN DOORSi

pressure and looked I A man in the house across the to stop Walter darling asked th-. senator, pointing.! to the. there .up i i I ton, ; -,; interlocking; 'lo.vrt repel l lJ I 608 DUVAL STREETFRIDAY
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around. He was" staring at the street shot him He was a beautiful Dark mile away,.at the foot of President's outfit. J I blowing. rocs, bock: dtaftt and p'O'-'l :
tack of a learning car, just disappearing -: target" Sunset Cliffs the surf beat and The senator motioned to Bif- At the end of the war Britain !I I yOJf widow sills from wot r rol, dl ... I
do'A'Rhe curving road "What are we going to do*" roared and frothed ovet.a flaccid had German prisoners all over I bilging l ; of poly orovnd windows; end
'I body that! lodged between two flc then said: the !globe from Britain to Aus '" .. .. !
toward Ocean Beach. "Here's my key. He pressed( ; i reduce oii tl g mamtcnoiic cal 10 EVENING. NOV. 12.
I What is It, Waiter" it into her moist palm. "When I jealous rocks. I. "Where's the general store I tralia. The top figures; were: ( o:",,,.1110:11: :ngConTsrucnt. ,
His eyes were gleaming oddly get to the window, go to my door. ITS, be ce..ti..J) want to :act an outfit like" that Britain 404377: Middle East: !I 1 i>i Payment Plan I II

--- u_ -----_._-' --- the President is wearing. 103084: Gibraltar 418: East Africa -i: CALL-PHONE 1042 7P.M.fairest111Ie111s .
President Truman laughed and 130; Canada 33816; North I I I -KEY WEST- i

Guill'rrdiel( 'Stale C. Of C. i Nat. Airlines then said of his shirt: Africa 56,021; Australia 1631: VENETIAN BLIND CO.

I I "It fits me a little too quick. Jamaica 545: north-west Europe Ai:i.e.. /.I..fe. I I"r('( Giftsour ;;

Returned Ill give you one" The two of 194773. ,......... Itu... I
By Jury Comes To Aid Of To Double them laughed 123 DUVAL STREET 'I

Then the President got betweenthe About 1200 gross of pencilscan Prizes:
senator and Billie and be made from .r write for
grasped the
I InBoucnCaseSteve average:
Nat. Airlines Schedules I 1 l I
their hands At the requestof tree LITIKATUU WITHOUT OBLICATIOK/
I
the President .
photographers --- -- -
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Bow It announced -'--- -
in coiuied was JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Nov. 10 was today by
found guilty of teat degree (FNS).-Biandmg the action of Douglas Bl>.the. Key West Station grasped the hands of .the two
and raised the other' hat indi- New
der early today bv the JUI mUI'-1 I the Civil Aeronautics manager for National Airlines Super Suds with yAApJ4llyOURC10T'
Circuit Court, but the juiioi* Board sin I Inc, that, beginning Nov. 21, cating victory: The President CS------
recommended' mcu be shown piopoMnc liquidation of National !present northbound sc cdule:* of spoiled the shot the fir;t tune by
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the defendant I: Air Lines as beinepugnant National Airline. will .be dou- looking down to sec if his shirr

This will make manditory to fundamental American principles bled. was not up over hisbelt line '
a
of fair and Mr Truman explained to Senator +
life sentence that Jude; Aiqui open compel i The new schedules will include
linn Lopez. .II. Mill hon and freedom of enterprise." Barklcv that Ia Ibid just retold -,
: havt to tin a new morning departure at 9 30
puee. It is the executive committee of the a Barklcv story about a cat. i
expected the court a. m. for Miami. making connections -
will sentence Bowen tomol row. I Florida State Chamber of Com- fQr West Palm Beach. Fort : The senator obliged with one I

The jury brought in its vcr- merce has called on CAB to can I M>crs. Sarasota, Bradenton. St : about a boy who w*:; about to t

did at 12:15 a in. today The eel its proposal declaring that Petersburg Ciearuatcr. Tampa, bury a polecat and said: Dads shirt is two

tae went to the: JI.II"1..t about I such dismemberment110 U I d lakeland Orlandt, Daytona I "He's dead, but his spirit stilllives

10 |x m.Eleven. operate to depllve NAL of its Beach J cki nvIIJc. Tallahassee, I I on." II years old. but today

""Unl''I>4:1o testified in property light without due Valdosta. Ga. Mananna Pcn a- At the airport the senator told

the case which, was heardcsttr- PI'K"e1oof law in violation of cola. Mobile, Ala Gulfport, Mjs:;.. reporters that his new job would ItS whiter than new!
da). Some of them aw Bowen both the constitution of the New Oilcans and via interlineconnections hake him out of the Senate "buy ;
fue the shot that fatally injuicd United States and the organiclaw to Texas: California I!j pen" where, he s id.Os p-' '; 4'

James Mclntmh. another negro of Florida. and trans-Pacific services. |I leader he had made ";.um.- wild

uuUide a Petioma: arttt saltMinla I The committee authorized intervention An additional afternoon departure I| pitches. He added that asMO r-, "" .. ,. .

>t July. by: the State Chamber at 3:13 p. (n. will provide j president he would he more libel I Q _..:. ..
The jury which heart: ) the tideiMe in the event CAB declined to further new connections north I an umpire after January 20I ( ; 4W r. .. '-- '

in the case ctmsuled ol strike the piopo:**! from lU and west at Miami. I I I When the President met Sen'*- i \

Julio Pena Jr. Malcolm .\. haw docket. These nfcw departures are also|) tor B rklev. 'a reporter informed -

,ser, Jack r. Hyman Ji Cleve- tied in directly: with .National' Mr. Truman that there was some' ,
Uutl Dillon. Eugene Mburv Male Tax Instead Airlines recently announced new Ii I talk of arranging a weekend ex I IlJ ,
4dtAbr! ry J, Harris Teddy Ken. low-cost excursion rates to Miami j! pedition to Havana for the pr. .sand Mr*. John Curron proved St herself So con you! J j

Henry F. s..wyer. Jose Gonzalez, When purchased" in a book radio represent\'o.>. lies' -' ,
j ) ,
UuMcll Baker Lmiliu F. CoualEric Of Poll TaxLOUISVILLE of 6 tickets which may be Used asked the President if he \....nil'l 4- 7X. 1 !
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Gwynn. with John 11 Kerr, in either direction between Key {, make any news on Saturday or' j I

Jr. serving as alyernate :i iV. Colo.-4T>-A)- Wc&t and Miami it is now' not; Sunday. I i J 3 3.r I

,Defense counsel: weir William though Colorado has no poll tax only possible to fly to Miami in j "Ill go to bed at' noon Sat i :
: '
Albury and Enrique EsqumaMn. male citizens in Louisville a only 47. nlinutes for only $;;.00 urday and won't get up until.1 I .
I
:
Jr. Piusccutiun was handled -
: northern Colorado town of 2,700 plus tax but it is also: possibleto I Monday moinmg" fj
W.
by Curiy Hams assistantktote I :
have to pony up a $3 tax every leave Key West after breakfast I get
,
attorney Either that : spend a full day in Miami on l Citizen .r a _
I year. or do four I Subscribe To The s
hours' work for the city at 75 business or pleasure and be back' I j i ia iy
I Chick cents per hour. home again in Key West in time i'! .
Ily-Linc ( I
) i| The tax has been in effect for supper. |I Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good j
I
'since: 1C32 and catches every Mr Bljthc also stated that anI ;

Lay Moiv. litres, I! male between 21 and 60 except additional trip k> expected to be STAR BRAND be tus ...
i I war veterans and city firemen. added to National Airlines expanding ,t 1. v
t I "It's very handy when it comes services. b>' January i !' AMERICAN COFFEE I s I Ide.
(Ott.irr) Sa 1 ,
and CUBAN .
)( > 'time to clean out the curls and "" J (

: 1 1t i gutters in the spring" said John An oilell in Oklahoma is -TIT A Pound Today E...'.,.)xiroid,""'"' d "f'' 'v r ,
ST I'F'rIISltl'i1G.: .: ; Hoc lit( I "" "
than three miles deep of,+i9"" s
.. A. Dumumi city clerk and iccoidii mOle : I be """,
--H'NSI-Wlltt I. "Ii ,'lIlm 05
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Of S.d
course some people ghtetd'd
t *t the price they ai<' today. there '' mistake it for a regular poll tax -- ---- I SJper,..."'" "'" '. Gpokcs

u naturally keen interest in the,': and think it applies to votins:' 1 VISIT YOUR SCHOOLS ....... gveN\ I M..oIdo'-n "' t-Suer =
new IfyLane ihuks bred i I II .....' inac 5I s. w b7e
f being i; But it docsnt If youie a Louis I logloOk> t \ av f"t'RAV beaU !
l I'J the WalUcv lUUrrtiic* of St whether I was''"
.ville male payit
1'ttenliuiH. you xi ant to you vote or not. KNOW YOUR TEACHERSAMERICAN j jt"p ; s iIe b geU.W19" r.ed. ..,wtutJ
Iruicpcndcnt npoits u.\.1 eve"'t J'WIC"t I
That tinrer a pernxi of a \ui these S SSSSS.s.e. CSSSS t-e!,

I, chicks lay Q btjch iAIo 40 pt'l cent \ --
mar cgg; tban "tandaidHy : BICYCLESRepaired : L--- -

breeds-Lint' chicks ..i.. i I"."Iun'c\I Ily i, =9n I v adservosuGs G: -
and RentedAlso II s
rnHkiAK higMx ti.bu, nl lines I ..

uf d ekeas. itn 'nlud new I II .
Stock-NEW -- -
Qwthod ttf poult l.itt-dinj,. at'- in I I m e .I" d tvevw
.ntinl1 'U John P \\all.cx head HH/H:|,KS TIUCllLESV I I tv li e '
f the local hjtc-ht i ies si SU rSttJlw3 .
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