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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 12, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOL. I.XIX. No. 270 KEY WEST. FLOKIUA.: FRIDAY; NOVEMBER: 1,'. 1918 PRICE FIVE CENTS.






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I\I'\ I : UI'I'l\E) :: (: : OF H.IT: (: 'TISliiiiloail Of k 4e Tons[ nRKLEI'GltTII: OFF" TO IIAVA:>AWhile

I t t II: y (Itm: r I ? ,,(l(1Y I!!COST HIM HIS Jon Small Arm For (:Mien.; a r. afternoon. President awaiting the Truman arrival spent of his another wife quiet from day.Washington going for this a


Itt TokyoMl .n. ".._....... 1 rw.NANKING __ swim in the forenoon and taking a nap in ih* early afternoon.Mrs. .

: Nov. 12.--Two eon I It Truman and her daughter. Margaret arrived at Miami at

.\|jn-iil |:"' 'l(>t'I'lijii 9r iiit-tini( accounts of th" fiehtmutusAeen 1 a aR ai aa i about 1 p.m. today en the Silver Star of the Saabaartf Air Line Rail

; Nationalist and communist > read. Together they w... motor to Key West and will go directly'
I ; ll.> Smili-H, ItiiH
1 I troops, 2OO mil noith of t to the Little White House at the Naval Station.

\tnl! >.Ip' lie I Itt I| thr.;,. (city were issued today. I Secret: : Service agents left here this morning to drive to Miamito
I Ii meet the wile cf the President and his daughter, and to drivathem
\ irliiii Of J OHiiiHrf: |' >r> ITOKYO. 1i I O'neralixumo: Chiang; Kai-! ) i. i back to Kev W st. Cap-

i: .m/'I he ,.-...... ,....... ; .Sluk'office issued a eommuniqu tain Dennison. USN. the Presi- j i .
"- in which it was stated that f J dent's aide also went to Miamito SOITII LLRES: HIM
Nov. t 12.
Furmrrtj ;
thrown __ __ __ Truman and '
Nationalist troops had welcome Mrs. : .
j IIHITOJO .md six other hichj I i 1 t -
columns of communist \\'II't.ph..tn) her daughter.No
f I '" : .I; .I sx-se were today | K buck; nine I
e' .IJ1; ip y whose r..nl were broken pun- w-r Tvidc, t->fliv: t'>
I ...ill.'l.'.. to h" lianp.ed for comJ J I ,arid 1 who wile,. fleeing: ; in dtsorder- PRESIDENT TRUMAN receives: three Irish: linen spoil shirts and a !sold medal from the American 'mt..t Mrs. Tru'nan and h.T :
j Legion fast here. Presentation was made th. lawn of the "Key West White House." Left to
e >t''iuu' |rinitiom Americans j iv unitThe: mmunists left on : ;daughter The President has let ,
I :: ..me: th* wii. Sixteen 1 other de- 3 700 dead and wounded on the right! : Vance: Stirrup. 10th district commander of the Legion: Albert J. Mills. vice president of it become known that hi ; wife

: I. i d.mt.' were sentenced to life fi"-M, the communique stated. the American Legion! National Convention! Corporation: the President. and George Allen Warren .. and daughter are here for a quiet

I MII I onnu-nt. one t23 years The communist command in a commander of the Key West post cf the Legion. The medal i!* inscribed with a sailfish and rest and he :*o"s not want any t

I ..H another to seven years. br-...-ira. t. said that the commun- rte following text: 30th annual convention: A merican Legion. Greater Miami." The President drl11hn-to''IIn. They will !seek oecluxioii N 1 ,
i. \ll oVffrHetns, except Tojo. i.ts had t the seventh Nationalist addressed that convention last month. of the I tattle White House. ( 1 .l

i I tii'-v wMiki a|>|MiiL and Gen- .iriny: on the run were mectins!;, U S Senator Alb-n Burklev.
-I 1 wAilhur Rave them a ''
second
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the Serer'tear
with success against; I vice OI""t"nt.ch-t' < : U. S. t
\ v < <-k t-. pro-rare papers for an army and that two divisions of j Mow.a--i McGrath Demo-'I

j "|.|H.-I ,,yr; as+f} Nationalists: ; h"d l deserted their Russia AgainResorts CIT1Y HAS BIG rr.ifc, :N.-itional'; Chairman and ]!
l I..i I., sinil'-d. arvl b wfJ to the ---------- ---- j"manrl .in-1. joined the ....m- i.r,1"I.i ttifflp. director of the ,
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Seniit" Committee. flew
M' \Yulp' i ITIIIIIISU.Op'nion I Policy I II
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t i i h. .1 ," hold !x"con c:
.1 .iiH omhalf years: and thei i I U. S. cclicctor: cf internal rev though it will not tlo much more JRO3RTS t heia'. : tin.- evening. !I ,
\ '. a not is voluminous. Tojo. i '
I than hold up tne communist Th.? P.-f-io'-ntiaJ! p "ifU t his arrest, attempted i ii.T.nmt cnue in Al'bs na. was fired march on Nankma for about 3 t President Carlos I'no Soi I .
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t ide. but his life i I Tuesday for refusal to comply week Foreigners are still leaving -I i SAYS .
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corns >n 1 Cuba. Senator Birklev
i ition I i
American blood i I with
-.tviil by 9 orcsidcn'ial crder regarding -
and Shanghai.
I IIt. : this city i ,,;, ho.nev"-- vtSiit.1 Cubi Qo.fon:.
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,d. rnr Fair Employment Prac- today erj
1 1It r Washington reported G.tti; Sn xolrd Talk .- '' Trurev,is ni p rt1n.1llil'r.
jaa4llta. icatcnccs: bye t,ilices. He said he! defied the I I that a steamship had. left Brtmirton. : .j'key Wesl I\OIP llusTWJHM came to his visit with President
\! .l.narlt, ftiJc public varied. Some order because it would abolish ,' Washintn.: with a load of ; HC'hH"'U Trull.1..1 ; Soicorras.It .
-.os sid they thought: that the racial "segregation throughoutour small arms consigned to the Chinese : :: : : Permits Issued t
; "huM t (liavc bct-n more soi I Nationalists. ; Sialin To[ Show $ : was reported toddy th it
i 1. ,d i I. .v' ,' 'f?ndants who I collector's offices: in Alabama. i i i when Senators Barkley and McGrath i j ..P, \\'Ii"Pi .'

n '1.11" a in Pr"se: E'Cht) ." I I Sin-- Pearl. L/itin, Total In (October( ) Tola t lOver I wire scheduled set; back from to take Cub'i up, with they: '';; ROYAL LITTLE (above). head

f Teinfterulnres i III. \..*ri.lr4rr..> the President iIJ'dmA'ho of the hug Textron Corporation .
: PARIS. Nov. 12 1 Hussia was ; -I. II i.. c.llitlilrl: .. () 8113,000: () shout stay and who should leave ,I says the cost of operating
CRIMINAL CT. A\.,: 7:30 A.M.. EST i
; accused today at a meeting of the with $3w.361: ; : i iOn when the new Truman administration northern textile mills is prohibitive
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United Nations, of 0. the sua- !
;,13 ]: Including the stoic hems' : built begins January 20. in comparison with
Station- Temp.
tested talk between President ;. 11..1't! Of Arriving; here yesterday. Mc- : operating costs in the South.
:'AtHnti 33 Truman an-1 Premier Stalin as by Aquilino Lopez in the 1100 I
Grath came over U> headquarters he
press His announcement that
JURY TRAlS! ;Aupiu :33'l.nlinv proix p;nia tt- prove to the world November I. 1917 : block of White street at a cost of, to talk with newspaper'
New
23 would close some England
i tiu-t ,ho io a pcace-iovini; nation. ,
$33.000. building permits totaling reporters He told them he didn'tcome
;'..r'uir.ham 41 In toad: of replyn tthe The City: of Key West has a mills has started a reassessment
; iii. -,,ark 25 charge. Hu
B GNNOVQ22 : lemon 44 a'iin to nr proposal) to 1 by Building Inspector Errol V. i ncrthern area.
1 ai contrasted with asks for them he will" make some
t 13-jfialo 9Chirlcbtoa outlaw the aUviiic bomb ani to Sawyer. _
recommendation
43 reduce! Brinami-nt b::' one-thirJ.; $330.364.66 on November I. 1347. la a report submitted today to I, : I, gri,.sive Republicans will be wiwelcome. I Y
Jurors I DruiniJn If)""r !Chicago 43C' It was lore u;:.it. out bv delegates Charles R. Roberts finance di MKJrath assured reporters! that ." said McGrath
City Manager Ralph! D. SpeLlirg whatever changes are made
and stealing ciothing: and a .x-sus;; Christ: 62 frost: otiv- aati.ins that Russia rector. spurted to City Manager Another reporter asked th '
:9Dnt.it stated that '.-. rrs idences wouldn't: be in vindictive move.The .
Saw.vr <
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1 11 Howard was, given a term of one On Page Eight) Dunng the month of Oc'ober. will, be built in the Cltuncl..r \' said of "venial merit of Mrs India Edwards. d'i irector
is lorgivenc.
Ei Paso 41 -- --- issued last IT. : year in County Jail. ;- 52 the city collected a total of $120.- permits !I. sins if not mortal su"-' ,' of ttie Women DIVISI-M
"You have pleaded guilty to a '\Vo--th Roclie 2S3.03. including $45.902.73 in The other permits issued werefor of the Democratic National Lint
I f ..Ilv'-.h1 69 Hcivjamin: ( buiidm' Some .a: the reporters present
f'lon.and. I could seed! you for occ-ipational licenses which i additions to old : mittce. that women will get" _x-
.uurl "II"'C''' Jacksonville ;i7'Kansas and who had religious! training, :suggested -
:; general to !structure '
three or four years to the slat- compares with $24.524.13 in Oc- repairs honors in the new adouMstealcin"I'm
," said Judge Caro. City 50 Died Last Ni2ht I for moving buildings.ToIis.S5sn.sT0. !! a venial sn was comparable ::>> .
penitentiary tober last of
?'i i" 11111 TfH"t ; KEY WEST 78 I : year. to a misdemeanor and that a for her idea mole woo.en
"However you have a honorable Fines and forfeitures in Oc- ---- i in appointive offices: .bail it
76 mortal sin wmiU be cnnsi'tarv.i
West Airport a
P"I..I, (;guilty discharge from the Armyin !! Key tobe-: this year showed a substantial too early to be &pecifir" Sn atMMiGrath
sawed oversea.-' I Los .\m elea 47i 1\1.01 jinn'in R,'('ht'. 59. d.ed last ) I 1 frtony. One rpf toe chaplains: it
which .
you increase for last Octob said.McGrath.
,i Ixaisville, 41 night In hi; icsidiwc I at ITM4 41 the Naval Station confirmed thismterpret
1. Parents. Char: I'm
t ;:r. for some time so givmg you er. The total( of collected: in October w ho arrived l at "h'-
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Meridian. 33 Staples >t'on.
.ivenue.Funeral <
a lighter str.tence: of a year in was $2.17300: as contrsisted Mark Meeting! Little White House at ... p ii. .
77
I >lee Thomas S. Caro annied I Miami services will be held with When questioned about reportsthat
jail. $6 0 last .
year. -n"th William T. Oir.tr-.
came
,'" today that jury trials, Howard J. Wheeler of Stock Minneapolis 29 tomorrow afternoon 4 o'clock in I the National Democratic
Island arrested for possession of Memphis 46 the chapel of the Lopez Funcr.il The total amount collected last Qu'-slon., of bridge tolls and, Committee will, clean 'Hit partybMk..it. and who served as a sperialsutant .1
"dol) get underway November month $120.233.03 which to the vhamnan itwiaa UHritent
I was: ..
I undersized crawfish by Joseph I New Orleans 56 Home. Rev. Oscar Rodneuvz./ of new sti,t-t SIKHS lot KtW. ,twill : .," ::a, :McGiatr: said his attitude
'' list of I far below the total of (ktiiber. '
III Criminal: {out L A .New York 49 was culi hr' campaign.
County conservation the Cuban Methodist Churchwill be discussed at toniRht'meetirus summed up:
\ Knight, Monroe 1347 1:>> when $223.921.41:: was :McGrath said Itr wowld rem mi
4t i drawn by thei.f Norfolk 39
was "We're
lu"r> ast-nt, via fir.e! 5JOO end officiate. of the KcyVt..t Civic not nrtUnE; our
returnable November 22. Cart WteeUrpleaded i Oklahoma City 50 Burial will be in the collected. It was explained' bv Association. The friends." here until Morrlay.
1 : costs by Judge ; CityCemetery. Improvement
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I 32 the finance director that in 1947 i Prior to .his departure tmm 16'>
the cbar I|Omaha meeting will be held at t p.m. in After remarked that
This mornIng Judge Caro pass- guilty to : 53 the tax toll opened for collectionin a reporter press room. Senator McGrath ,>a .
who ': John A. Coleman pleaded PensacoU Survivors: Widow Mrs. Louisa the Monroe County CnUl thuu"". : the statement just made bv Senator -
six that
-"nhon men I 40 October last year, while It did ii-minded aeain some i ft
and pleaded guilty to reckless iirivms; and I!j Pittsburgh Reiche: two sons. Sergio and William thisyear. Col G D. Hatfield' chaiimiin of I( McGrath meant that he how ono
TMIbefore him 36 not open until November sots who high .uxim
\ lt\ to various. charges. was )lined SM) ,mdt, I Roanok? Roche: daughter. MI J Gloria the group will preside. wouldn't f'rt-set; has, enemies, the puCI.ns in the pretest Tee ,i 01'
.1.,0! .t-i i uu.itv, t.. St. Louis 13 Roche and the in edge natxmai chairman said
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wants
association
"--iiflestentence, handed out John YUM i 58 g'a'Klsnn.'ham Last October the total collected The I : administration sat on their h < ftdunnK .-
Antonio
i a oveisi/eil. r. > .-..' an.! San Roche. Jr.Swr tolls! removed and will discus; "That the ltl'II1.- .
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.\ .,is to Willie Howard moving ; San Francisco 49 in current taxes was, $141971.96. .- complete quot< the campaign.
.. (Contmued On !IVwi Ei.:ht> -- -- how to KO about eliminating them.The As mer..oer' of the U. S. Sent" .
.\ II. pleaded! guilty to entering :Seattle 41 while in October this year a ; i Asked whether satire or 1 a--
I ,.!.led hotel in Thomas street --- -- -- --- 1 I Ii !Ta'lahassee. 55'Par.p.t Dirorres only S32.: .>'2 81 1 was collected! organization also favor; too w' anal :i< chairman! of the national might not be bounced. "' .r.'f
h..'r that sewer ot levenueFine stittmris. as sugxested to the parU. Mr M<<;r,.th said fu aid

...-.- -----.--.. \V 67 33 Petitonx, : "cekme. 'II I v o i < c- __ ___ u___ __ County ConimisM'n recently >,; had not seen a 'ieeent sett r b> "The I President is Nt1I"It' ;M...'
LUGGAGECARRIERS him ton
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welt tiled: in the office of t'u the Key Wit H" tel .n-i 1k..l.ltJ U. S. S.-n.t Gt" I-:e D. Aiken that way There arc some thPrc.si'ient -

BRADY'SCHOICE -. -.-.-. -.--- cut; Court Cek! Ross C Siuvei cant: Avxriuiion.ARTIFICIAL. I I II bv Alberto Del Valle against Tackle ----- liberal Republicans in the I'm sure the President will lot

-for- for ALL CARS PALACE THEATERALLAN Clara Horn, nde Valle: hv: John Fishing ICE PLANT fh.intien: : pi'iKre: ;..> ve lefiisla- Kivecnial aims, as oppuwl I.
Henrv Dittmer: against Joseph'ne tion.vhrc the tat party: plat- mortal !sins '*
POULTRY I Uu>'. ".-?. \\ .',1 \iit121'DuTal '-. .l'at.. hI (Rocky) LANE and Marittnvi.! : by ttichaul L,iu: Thompson Enterprises. Inc. ',.:NEW. ":.I I in ont.EANS-Th.-plant: \\.- (-_1.1 u;.-t-lit tIn .1: foi,ine :JnI..." J fly ,1'Hed that H .mortal in

1214 White Street Phone S40 St. P 'oRE 441.... EDDY WALKER in1)I&I'F:1i11HES el Movie, .u.i'-nvt' : : Vimma: :MHIMoo.e. : i I' ltjo:: Tl.t ... .t.i..f ..' !in-:.1.! ui II ..nw 'bra.h kill- th.' soul "
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IHUHa-; : <:IT"Vindow .-camst C-,,!leen D Snile\:. end by: --- .

.. .. .. Floi, me {'u. :r. ,,:..mt Benjamin Announce
--- '- --- --- ---- U I.----/ POOR OLD CRAIG Opening .
OPENING : HKi.rvvi'F.n:1)>>-JIVI.K:

I . .. . 1\I FE'II.E SKIIVICK STTIt TODAY AT NOONBENNY'S
Francis at Division Phone 913 4'
Wednesday. November 17th \ Screens Manager for Small Hotel-Couple '._r v. nt: a.ll ...is'
T 1" I Crease. Spray o
STEAKS "'.(I. Hnx 70K 'p
CAROLINE SHOP il'RIh; l.lMI'.Ki! YA1HI Can Hold Other Position ljjl| L il Cham Your O. PLACE

223 Ann Street Telephone 1502 TELEPHONE 816 Tnrilr >.It."A- Jniry.T ; .- .--

*'.,.. Teiiiler II"If" 'iivMMMMMMU 905 SIMONTON STREET.We
FOR SALE! FOR SALE' MIAMI KEY WEST i
GIFTS and FABRICSfor
II FOR SALE! FOR SALE! BARGE LINE. Inc. Serve SPANISH and AMERICAN COOKING
Good I-MM{ Cars
the 1941 FORD $995 [ CLYDE.MALLORY DOCKS OYSTERS.. CHICKEN and SHRIMP in the Basket

Convt. Cpe.-Can't Be Beat! TWINS GARAGEYour TELEPHONE 6 Good Home-Made PIES including Fresh Coconut. Key Lime

I HOME & CHRISTMAS SHOPPER NAVARRO. Inc. Friendly Studebaker Dealer \exl Barre Leaves Famous CONCH CHOWDER
L Opposite Bus Station !! TELEPHONE 169 Miitmi. >( '.. 'tar. l-'t j

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: 'ttn? 2ui? OTrsf: (gifizin! THE POETICAL SURGE I,, y. THO3IAS AT EASE AFTER INDICT.MENT: : Germans Prefer WILL YOU SMILE! -

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1_ r. AKTMAV Owner sad .....11..... Since the President came to town he "'" I Nice Feeling
1 .. "\\UHW\.. 'KTMA B..!..-.. MaB.I(Tram t To
..& ... From Th. Itlaen Building has turned many Key Westers into wouldbe C ? # Jungles EuropeHAMBURG. i
.. I .a Corner Orrene and Ann Streets I BIRTHDAY : ... The manager of the; telephone
__ ..r.1 Oally Ne...pap 'r in Key West and poets, judging by the number of -
.. i was aroused from
_"2 M.nrt <'oiinRLKtMl > I Germany (D) exchange his
"poems" that has been received at The I: By (CP* Newsfeatures the
.'. Florida. asona class matter : Thousand! of Germans are so slumber by ringing of the!
--.--at K -> :: Citizen's office. '! ......A...........................................: ; telephone."Are .
e.e Mr.Mlir.H OF TIIK .%....4bt *TKI PILE" eager to leave Europe they will
.me As 4M-latrd ITr** Ia exclusively I entitled to We have a few poets in Key West I I ALEXANDER (Al) SCHACHT. 'L I face wild animal! do so. you the manager" of the
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.. a.* iar p.pr..d.eti.a of all n.aa diepathea crvditra born Nov. 12. 1894. on the site telephone exchange' yjvoice. ; .
.l.I......It theaI..r Mt> olh...w.publtnhed.-r..l-e <-r...lne.h..re.l .la Ibis paper and (The Citizen offhand can recall three. all\ I I of the Yankee Stadium in the t\ ; URIL ..i'ta.0 Two small advertisements in .

-- women) and probably a thousand or so Bronx. As d boy he carried .Jit' local Ruhr papers asking for "Yes." answered lhf' rr.anager.
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!*l n.C'HlrT'O H 'TIS "
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.... Tear __.._.... .. -. ........._UI.O& who think they can write poetry. sandwiches to men for two big game expedition; "What can I dn fr jou'
Ml* X Klh. _. __. ___.-. CII" Christy Math- : brought thousands of replies Expedition -\! "Tell me how it feeb: to
-. Tit..*. Al....I... ... .... ,m .. .,.. ....__-_ 3."& Countless persons here as well as % j. gout
: "MM M'.nth .._. ... __ .__.. ....__ ewson i n the ss leader Gustav Hahnkc of bed at tw. o'clock in the
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: ,, ,_ .:: = :::::::: elsc\ here. think that all one has to do to Polo Grounds.' ftS\ 4laV' said 85 per cent were from peo- morning to answ.i a wrong Dllml .*

i = a -U. 4lFRTIaG H'T.c grind out poetry is to have words rhyme. He was expelled pie "jumping at a chance to r."

: >a4. knowp oft ....,.".....llnn I from' tuin their oacK-:; on Europe."
Those <
.... "rt .. persons know nothing about rhythm 4. school in 1911 ': He only wants 22 men for mlmmI lI IIIUIDIIUII'I'DIIlI1II! mctt_
-- : % OTI(1r.adta :
....WUI .......ea. card nt thanks r ....lulkm. metrical feet and above all\, concise and for pitching j the two :!x editiuns. But in a "
..f r*"f.*c. ofcltltarv not....... p vtnt..-.. ..ill tehaB :.:l5 West In
4 lop al the rate ..f !. ...DI. a line. cogent thought that must go into a poem professionally j : few days there were over 3,000 Key
.' ..IM... r..r rtitrrtainmeni l churches from applicants. Emil Wacker. owner
at.ah. .. rvi.u.. t- I.. .... ..**rid >ar> #" :; ....nti a line. to make it good or fairly good. at S4 a. week. i .
Th'It urn I I. .... and of the Girman "Apollo"circus.; Gone
aa .n torum write Oi g After
I u.>,..., ..r ...1.1..- 1_...-, MIld "....J.-.-.. ..t Iwal .r However The Citizen knew long before "pitching 1 hopes to send the two expeditions .- Days ByAS -
.._r=l Int..rent. hot li will n-.t pul.lfeh annnymouxftwiitnt. < t' in minor cir- '
an'l!
I < ... at i>.no the President came to town. that we n -xt year to IH; Congo TAKEN FROM FILES
Al Schacht cults and winning the Amazon.' He wants to bring
have large of "poets" in West : OF THE CITIZEN OF
:. a crop Key attention by practical jokeshe i dck elephants tigers and snakesf '"
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:. and it was for that reason, years ago. that was signed by the Giants la- f 1'.r, German circuses: ; and zoos. I NOVEMBER 12. IS3I

ter by the Senators. and has be-i lII'JIIIIIIUliiJIIIHIUIII IfII IftWIItII! _
I The Citizen included "poems" its

: :*!EMBEBf 7 11 1943 other notices for which it charges among 10 cents come Baseball.the" "Clown Prince of being Many vaccuum tangy cheese packed sticks in metal are'',I : Sim City! B. Tax Finder Asw-said or today- Collector that


a line. Another paper in Florida The .onfc-iwrs: to assure oven crisp- thus far 1.135 current automobile

Punta Gorda Sun has this, line in its masthead Radio I m ;mc! flavi/r until the consum- license tags h.\e I tieeii xold

ProgramsBy i-i 1 is ready to use them.LEGALS which are more than twice at
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.. I many as were sold last year at
"Poet.ry at display abvertising rates." The Associated, Preui this time?.
: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST
--. But would-be poets are not the only NETwO'RKPROGRAMS: .oi '
: ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I I County Judge Raymond, ftLord
sinners who to their thoughts ..-4 I lTIIK C'lIet I IT t III liT IK Tit r:
try express I Time i. eastern sta..dard. Forc .p 1't'i:: : has Vincent
I .ral standard subtract .ne hour. 'er' .:i.s: K\III Jiitniti. tiiKlir[ ;ppunti-d: McDerznott -
: in written words.' Frequently. the Citizen i 0 ou.tanstanda C .ubtract tS OK .'1.11111I' \S ii r...Hroxnoi to be guardian of Ole
L Man' Hoteh and Apartmenta. hours. Some local stat.ons Chanll REP. J. PARNELL THOMAS. Republican of New Jersey. chair- : C til 515. ,
receives news items through the mails with \I i hour of relay local *ch.duI.s.I.aot man of the House Commitree American Activities l\. < iinsiitn. dower interest rf Mr Julia Perez
& Beach and Bathing Pavilion :lIt; : on un appears .
.nin.te i fl chaofe$ Cannot 11J -:"' :" Williams in the estate of her
j. Airports-Land and Sea. this notation : be ,ncluded. unperturbed at his home in Allenda'.e. N. J.. after his indictment vP.SSK=" Hl'S.ami late husband. James. L. WiUiann.

;. 1 I 4. Consolidation of County and """e want you to publish this just: as by a federal grand jury Washington.. The indictment .KKANVKS.y Frank J ff Kuxx.:>S. .. .biswlf.IwrhulMiml .-.

: Cit7 Governments. it is written." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 charges him with conspiring to pad the payroll cf hU co.l ami next friend. Captain and Mrs Philip Ce -

.-. 8. Community Auditoiium.MONOGRAPH Evening : gressional office. Thor"
Of course nobody decides how ':OO--News Report IS Mla.-nbe i making this picture.IIAPI'Y I MHUKKT -I al*.. stay of five months at their cum-
Newscast. Every Day- stories are to be written in The Citizen .. mer residence in Lkcmoirt G*.
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= !'; Silent Hour-abc-east -- ---- -- goitre aIC 10"1'.1. caa i that ih.iin -
.. column its editorial !'taff.ere KiUdiea Hour (repeat)abc-west except Network Silent (1 br.)-mt>.-...tKkidiei HOMECOMING: : ; FROM I'KISON) and l.v virtue ..f tht- final 4err->- ..f A well attrndtti oyster

E I .. we to publish stories "just as they are : Hour (repeatl-tnbs-west .. --- -- -.- I ftTfrli-ruTf hrrrl...r"re. eBtrtvd In was held Tuesday -veninc sgty" Si
':15-Sports: Music Tlm_nbo ". r--e.-. .,. that certain i-au. i.. n4tiiK in th-
written," The Citizen would be placed in Y.-U and T, I..ision'b" I. '. {; fl\ ('.r'u.1 .'.nrl .., li! Kl tenth Jti.liiul Paul'o Paru-h IU.11 under th* a..UK-
Th* President.The I:45-Xewe'aot: l>y Three-nl>oLowell :\ : ; "'ir. nit ..r KI.....':'. in anil f..r of St. Paul Altar GwM
-t. the Bingville Bugle class of newspapers. Thomas (repeat 1U-ct. l\: ) CfKtnty. in 1..'ii'er. lintt i races
Little White house.wt. | \I-r; ; :
I 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basic { : ., ; ;; 4am N... ; i-a' a whi.h
J-t' Florida.Ufour But The Citizen can't be as hardboil- The Utrulah klt-cbs '" ....,. '; : Iran J. 1uew. a rut Krani'vH n.hi ..-.... Eugene Belcher a ckrlc at t**
} News and Commentary-abaFulton .. wire. 1,5 Frank J. Ituens. tiT I
N
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ed as the big dailes, each of which throws Lewis. Jr.-mb. .' "" $ .: ? h. ".a nd and NeSt '.....n... areI 'Porter Dick Company who SM|
) Harry : 7:15-News and Comment-obo 1 :.. amiffs: ami Mark M I.\iffv and been on a < lM>rt vi.-it in Mmpi,
I ales of submissions into waste baskets. Jack Smith S'.ow-cbs .-&. J. -1 I .t'.t..sa| .tuff.. hi,. ..It... Florida In.l'etriai returned yrsttrrdayMiss :
Irvin Cobb when he .
The late S. ,
lUily Commenlary-ab. : Cuntmiwsi. nanawene .f
Members of The Citizen staff realize they Dinner Date-mbs p a "' in. Stat.> .if Pl.>rick antl nif-tl :
bonefish after
had boated his first
: a 7:30-The SnmothI.s-nbs :',aiv ..f Amt-ri<-.. aenrianM.. Edna Sawyer. former Key I
in small\ and therefore
are a community : I .
JV>b Crosby Club cbs ;" ,
32-minute that ;, ii'- rf..n"anl. will.rr r r-r >.iTe
: : fight remarked nobody stories throw Lone Kaneer: Drama-ab. ,'1 .. ...,ill iu-11( ul |,ul.lfc. ...tc-r) to th- ,.Wester, who ha resided in New i
p : krniws what sportfi.shinp i is till he has run big papers away. Henry J. Taylor-mbs .. i I' .!Ch..1 anti l_..t M.Mer f..r <....<>>. York for several y-jrs. as .hew .11 j
: 7:4Sr-Xews Comment-nbo ;;. .n I I lie fn.nl .....>r "f the rnLrttMtuin .. !**- 'visiting her aunt. Mrs Flume i
caught one of those doughty little fight- Sea" Broadcast: -cl>s ) .."r...- .>ontv In the rity ..f
Careful driving is always important Sports Comment-mbsBCO / j .Rr. > \V<-.... ....'.r;..... us the Ctklay RID.St'U. ;
eat Try your luck with a three-ounce : -r ul Lav.ille Band-nt* t ''I .Ihemhor A. I'. It"'. be4wn _
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because life is at stake on the high- Jack Carson Show: -cbj \. j thhoun.. ..t II.... .....|...-k A. M. and
,6w : tip) and a !six-thread line and if you your rat Man Detective-abc '" _'ii' ..-. |.fk f. M.. thv same hemS Mr. and Mrs. Andrew UiHcr. .
WelYS.I <;reat Flays, scene*-mb. it | .1 I:-gitt! NaleK ia> arid the I.K.il who bad been visiting their **..
: :get a bonefish: !strike you'll agree with :3O-Jimmy Durant Show-rib* ; I -: .,. l h..nr< ..! .-..1... the f.,ll..wla <..-_ril.. in-law and daughter. Mr and
.Mr. Ace-CDS .. .1! Citilat.In the i*..uit\
ji-"|> Tty. :
Irv. i.'sR: 1 1I wH .. ... Mrs. Edwin F. Trt-vor. returned
Drama .
: I DISARMAMENT WOULD BE FOOLISH -at* ) 1 .i tt.r.'e and Sia..f Kl ri k>. !
Lta. It to Girls-nib* '
'yesterday tl their home Fart
in
r ; TilE ORACLE I I 8:55-Hy Gardner Say*-mb. I' I. ; TI I th<. 1 l.olan.l ..f StiM-k l>laad. Laudt"I ;..le.I )
.. I The United States is ground tCO-EoIft. I ",',,. hnnha. Il..ri.ta. and I.n" Ix-t.i KleTii
1L on strong '-
Tht.dT; ; ... <
atrc D | 'im.Toel. tt:, a. riilrtnr \- I --
-- when it specifies that steps toward disarmament i Br.aH the Bank-aboUabriel IJ.I : <:H. aii-nrtlmar t.. Sun Leslie Curry ("''nnetted* with
iieaiter. Comment I 'I ... .. .
-mtSI I h. r. -i SitlxIiviNh f a part .f
.. : YEP! THAT'S SOEducatioa can be taken only when "con I t:15-News Broadcast-mbs93K I'a ... L 1-1..1. ., .............., the custom house unit in Miami,
w. --Red Shelton= Show-nb. I I ,ITJ. l-i.il lie..* I aT'fa'ite i*; ..fr is in Key West visiting relativrtUr.
L .. ditions of international security permit." L.The Hampton Sheriff. Dr&ma Show; --mbs abo i I <"."i. "I-iil.ll KM.ri.U K.. ..r."f 31....._ I!
.iitily.
; :Ameritar Week" has The} Russian proposal that the Big :1I::5S-Fiv. Minutes Sport*-at* ;1. I h. -.1 I..rt. a. .f...._.. be'U and Mrs. Charles WarsHe'
News for B Minutes-mba -..10'! ... natiufywill lin' land Jack and Billy are in
been observed for the 28th year in the National Five nations !strip their armed forces by 10:00-Lif. of Kiley-nbe 4' .4L : i.. minirMl I.> tile final .env sons.
West relatives."
.. .IY tH}' FloI'housr-cb. 1 'it -.. ,irt rative that anv pern's otheri : Key visiting J
) Capital and organizations like the one-third within a year is unfair in that tioxinc: & Spurts ..be .11 i, I ih. blaintiffx (.* eMher ...rn
4. Meet the P'us-mbll # I itirinC I.. .......m.. a ......I..r
'* the Soviet Union is armed to greater Today The Citizen! says in aa
extent -
a
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., National Education Association American 10:30-Pom Stern Talks-nbo L i. i. -*leh"I 11( > rmjuirI
'. stoke Jones, R..uclul. .I5fl i ii the tiiidt-rxiicni-d $poo- editorial paragraph
than the other countries of To
.. Legion Europe. I'anclnK: Tiro*-mbs M.-1-r, prior t.. thr ate: ..f ..uh The plvasurv of what we. have
: United States Office of Educa- ,
10:4: ., .
Pro and Con-n bo1I .m-li er'ehmk .r .urr.11
j. accept the Soviet proposal would be to .
tu enjoy can be ii ,.t by coveting
:CO-News. i.' .I the rnil'l Sti.t.1 in tb.r '
\anet,
: hrs. cb
.-. : tijiji. '. and the National Congress of Parents perpetuate the preponderance of I Russian ._;va, and< Uitnc Hour. --abc ."r .','li'' ..f TW" llnnnri.ir -.! "!."."..> IT'on'-
aess.; L>anc. bOnd ;3: bra.-mb* : afiTPTeachers? ( hae tried to ,strengthen the strength and make it impossible for the 11:1:-Xe..6'arlet, to I-nbo c. ,"I I m.ike. K'xxl hiI>M in case of ----
..a 12-00- .,, pl.initany sii.-h Ber.n The 12 teams I in (he BuskflbaHAssociatmn
7 |IlruP* under American schools in order to five Western nations of Europe to attain Dancing Continued-abe. !, .. ih. r than the plaintiff.ith>r : of Am. i icu will DlMfGO
:. f ih.iii" i I" req..ir.d t.e..tnpl.< tI .'
,
: increase the strength of our freedom. the parity that is necessary to establish a t' W '';'::1'10I I hil.i.l. a" ilhin five f'.I 4ae., after par.ios vain UI'! Mason.Subseribi .
-ii.-h sile hi dep--itinc with the .
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: Nobody will dispute the declaration balance between Soviet forces and those I Saturday Summary I EXSOLDIE.'I'GENE' F. JACKSON holds a happy reunion with ,\l.si.r the lialancr of lob liSt in To The Citi7i-n.

I who fear Soviet aggression. 't'me .s eastern standard. for I his wife in Nashville. Tenn.. after from M-II. anv. pers.'ii. drpnyitinx .u. h
: roA tntrSIstaedar d sublract hour : parole a 40-year sentence I. I-II.T'| ..h.. .. ..r i-nrrePt fund.f
l by these that it devolves the one : .
: : groups upon Hi. I'nit. .! 1..- ,
Slatand
for mountain standard two The sentence not < imiiK
hour. conviction of from the
Neither should overlook the on deserting army. .
one I I I .1 ... .fill l.i.m.T: may imnudi.it, >-. :
: teacher and parents of America to see was reduced lo five years: before: his; parole. He had served 21 Is th. adr'iirnment ofH.. I li ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES: .
that surrounds Soviet armament .I.a'I.r.: .
secrecy I _. ..
lia.-k nchas.hi.r
He *
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 I months. Jackson found in in France.
was e freight car
that our schools receive!' the kind of training and military forces. The }Democratic j.h.-k: >..r current funds and EQUIPMENT
nations Morning had been wounded. and claimed he was suffering from amnesia I ;IT..pert: |v I.e tilt' sold: ,snhje.. t..

fur the great responsibilities that will do not know the strength of the Red 9:00: -Mind Tour 'Ianners-nbo i I the rich.."... ..t the. I'nlted State ...tm..r. 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 2M
Shoppers -- --- -- -- \ tredeem from said "!I.
Army or the number of planes and Special-abc I within one tear fron .lat.' of siFurther -
; !tit' theirs. warships 9:1S-
I Barnyard Follies cbs Place Your
Order for
I TODAY) I INKnow HISTORY Uridgo. worW's largest over nav- rro\isi.n i ...fn.h tin.-il, .'.
:30-Ctee!: in ; .
Washington .
in active service of the Russians. -nbo erer.latii- ii. lhat. mai.i.
When down to what constitute :gable vatcrs.11142Bvgnning.pe'n> -
; we get : .
9:45-Ozark Valley "'olks-mbs av.friiined: ir-.ni : How then are they to know if the Russians I 10:00-:Mary Lea Taylor Talk-nba I ( America) : : of the great ,- ..n III.. "' fl.. ..!t.. .., Ih, .':. "
the so-called* "science and practice ortluvation. Red Barber Clubhouse-cbs: t 1813 Historic. "CamFiRht" .thnx- days hattIe! <.f the Sooinon .' ..i ih. fir.-tui i ..nit, Cards
themselves comply with the resolution .. ..
: I 10:30-.\rcblo Andrews t.i.amh" "T'm. VX. \ '
Drama-uto ,
one should to Alabarn ." River between -.
no try get a drag Romance Drama on ; \ I I' "';'
cbs I.
.
? Is there such confidence existing:- I 11:00: Americans and Indians. 19H-Gt'n. PatUni"- fiwves ad- I i-i .111.11' I sT'm'I; I" NEW DESIGNS
: out of the National treasury for good Meet th Meeks-nbo I ... .
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,
every
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I '
\1.-" ill' .to.
News; Let' four miles the Met/ f LARGE SELECTIONYou
between the Western nations and Russiaas I Pr..lend-cbs vsnce on
Abbott & Cn" t..llniahA 1C23-"Home. Sweet Home. I .1 ls I :-jut; 1: I
purpose that exists in our broad land. The '- amid snow und ice. .. ., Are Invited To Look I
;usslllDSmft.e Si
Quit g"b"- by John Howard Payne first I \t..rr.! .r n' f'
.. I. to encourage the democracies to accepta I demaruLs ,1.I, x; I: ,1.1"1 1"1., Over Our Line
free school i is the responsibility of local : CJ McConnen-nbo\ I sung. in" London. j 1945 Yugoslavia '"
Junior :Mis I r : I" ;' 1
I Russian statement on armed strength or Drama vis yonuriili! ..n cotnpci!-;:t.i.ii forAmt.Tt'an _. '
all the from the Tb. Teen Club --- -
: communities way primary I -mbs 1&36-An American border organization -

i I' I It to the high schools.' And it is not the repfMisihility I reductions made? Afternoon inva'k-i Canada to assist ',. ube sliippm-J.detention: ii: her. Dan i _' : ,, '--. '- -"' <-. ._ ",- -. -:. ... '" rI
I i B MBMB B
| ; of the National Government to When conditions, are such that the nations UIJO-Th..att'r Junior Junction of Tod.-cbs-abe Canadian rebels. I I

interfere; ; have confidence in each other. and Campus Salute-mbs 1850-Allen D. Wils..n. young The "Mlent" \\mMVv f i-fd: to Overseas
with the local administration of 1Z3D-'rdtlkh: mwell-nbc Pittsfield. Mass cabinet-maker, I Transpoi'tationCompany
: in their own security, the time will be I Grand Central Drama-.its call dogii''i! ;a i i ;i''< n i i--i.: .it' iut I
public schools. I American I'-armerbc patents his historic sewing machine 1.01.10( ) to 2.: (KMI ; f. ., mi
t ripe for disarmament in general. Until I 1:0o-.nn and sells half interest for SZtiO:
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: In former times small rural communities I Home-nbo ------ --
that arrives the i County Fair. ,u.a-cll. to get patent money. ........................ Inc.Fast
maintained their schools day statesmen of democratic Luncheon Interviews-abo .
own even Smoky lit. ,
:.: nations would be rather foolish Uayrid.-mb. 1912 Searching party finds I
to 1:3D-Ed
when it was to "board the teach- Tomllnson. Talk-tibo tent and bodies ..f
necessary nIt and Take snowed-up -BjCYCLES-
:- : rr around" in part payment of her salar> trust the safety and independence of their II 1:4*bernie- Ueorte; Sbow Qul*--cbs aba British Capt. Robert Fairun Srutt I Dependable Freight and Express Service

country to a blind acceptance of Russian' Report on Europe obo and two companions woo died on and RentedAlso -between_
Football ,
t : The schools for small and large cities have Came mbs Repaired
back from South Pole mlv !
: always I been<< supported)' local taxation sincerity or in believing the word of the 2:00 Stars-Lunch Orer With Hollywood Lopez--nbo its a way day's march from shelter-
Russian Government that it has disarmed.No I Fascinating Uhytbm-abc plenty.
:
alld that's the way it should be. 2:30-Football Came nbc .& cbs BICYCLES Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
Football THICYLES:
amalle
It certainly is nice to have top educa- I : -To Be 1921:! International Disarmament I Between Miami and Wott
matter the price of any product 1 Take a unlb.r-mbs."t' Announced nbo Conference open in Wa,hington. WAGONS: SCOOTERS t >> I Key

: tiir* of the Nation express their opinions as there :3-Ma*. 1
will be a smart trader who will wantto I. Way for Toutb-ibs and SKATES

: the best way to do the job. Hut it took Boston buy it at a reduced price. Musical True\ or FaUe f'rofram-abe mbs'east I 1932-President I H-H.VIT! in.IkesPresidentelect Express Schedule:

newspapermen to tell Washington a B:4 To-Lassie!;:_ AOiItun..dabcYour Dog Drama-nbo Rixisevelt ti> in Overseas Cycle Store t (No Stops En: Routo)

':;/ hard! facts.: We quote his words: TAXES CANNOT BE LOWEREDThe I II I, fer with him 920 Division St. Phone 1380 LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
1936 San Fran :sc" Ray CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
I ; ... .........5555...Sse
"An honei
city government a com Horoscope! i- rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid.

i unity awake to the need for saving our Federal Government is spending i i I ., night.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER: 12. 1943!
"m-hool in an inflationary crisis an awareness I money in a way that might be likened to I Today's indications promise a I GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI) at 12:00 DAILY o'clock(EXCEPT Midniqfct .

: of unsolved problems and unhealed that of the "drunden sailor." And theyare schemer who looks out for his and arrives at Key West ej

=.: : conditions" in our own midst ; these are all I going to continue on that same basis.. I own end of the bargain. He is apt. "KEY WEST'S ONLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL" 6:00 o'clock A.M.
to be too I
headstrong to be
entirely -
i iI
urgently needed foundation stones. Rut Road building international affairs payrolls successful btu there is O Emergency Rnnm Serrice. 21 llniir i I),,.,. Local Schedule:
I anI
\ civic awareness is indivisible. The good I and hundreds of postwar demands 'element of bravery and rursonal I S R V.xirff ;riiysicidn Attendance.. (Stops At All Intermediate Points)

: citizens of this suburb is likely to be a good t upon the National treasury will make it | honor m.md the that re will pt'd generally of his enemies.com- lnv and! \sifGOiitl'atientClinic LEAVES SUNDAYS KEY WEST) at DAILY 8:00 o'clock(EXCEPT -

.- .: *Ai2en of the World. Let the schools and impossible to reduce taxes in 1949. Even 1 even while they fight him. It ; :/ ll-ft l\M.. Daily.Excejit A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
o'clock
the ures strive for this, awakening." though it is peacetime the present President j seen to be a degree of success inlife On Saturday and Sunday P. M.

at Icast to a considerable ex- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
a of the United States has told the Nation I i tent (:.tnnftlele Laboratory and X.Utl facilities SUNDAYS) at 9:00: o'clock A. M. and

a : If a shortage ever develops In cosIHiUcs that armed services must be sustained THIS HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
P. M.
: the face of many a lady will turn by more than $14.400.000.000. There will -- MATERNITY. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CASES

Your Grocer SELLS That Good
:' pale. be plenty of Government bonds for sale in
GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY
I SERVICE
STAR
I 1949 Pensions may cost $195.000.000.; ( () BRAND : FULL CARGO

V I'I : If all the smart alecs in the world! And we might mention aircraft carriers : AMERICAN DR. JULIO DE POO. Director INSURANCEMAIN

-.....- .,3'jre I Bried: today there would be a new that will cost $l .J.OOO.OOO in 19-19- i j and CUBAN COFFEE I Il I ..J 1 17 Eaton Street Telephone 611 1 OFFICE and PHONES WAREHOUSE: 92 AND Cor.9Ji Eaton & FraacU Stfc

.. sunrise aren't l -Try A Pound Todky._
I cr p Ly tomorrow. we flying high? i ; -
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IUG covnucrs IOU LITTLE (;IHL't i FOR RENT-COTTAGES j iiaaa,' aaaaaaaaaa a aaaaaaa


Furnished cottage suitable' for'

couple. Apply 704 White novll-2tx St., CLASSIFIED ADS I


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WANTED TO RENT
Information for the Advertisers

Wanted-Retiied Army officer .ATE* trees IUlCGtrJAW ..wL&CitAC5 T.E'T

here for the winter, wants a Tint PavntCBt for classified advMllMBMBta .
!. fairly modern small house or A..erta-.ta .dtr tit bead rcvUr advertiser with Irdgrr a*.
apartment or a bedroom and will be lue.....4 la Tk. CiUwn at count may have their advertise'
jL tile rate et >c a sera for ear. loertlaa. w eat rharirrd.PIMLICATIO. I
pitting room in a quiet private bet the raimtmcm chare fur DEAOLIXIZ
home. Write details to Box ih. first IS Boris or leM I* 'SOc. To Insure publication roar must
O.S.P.. c/o Citizen. The rat for MarkfM .>.* U Sc m be in The Cliiien effioe before 11
ested .. nov93txMISCELLANEOUS tae dm II curia ae tit of publication.

41 Yj +

An adv.rtist.e ta caiptc* BBder the following rondlttona: In the
.v.at .( crew !. adv.rtlstag trauleat or contract Th. CiilzcB will brrspwBiIbU ..
Washers, irons. vacuums and ..!.. for tbs first lucrUon In riautiflrd A4.rnt...... Sol inUU I
.l. AJrtiltolB for 'Iia actual
r Mir amount of spare oo-uixed Ly has
fans repaired. OTJrianl. Phone cart of the ..*.. '**-.. where the error ..*-..ur..
I164-M.
j novl-tf aaaaaa a aaa aa a I

!: Picture framin,. pictures framed FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE-USED CARS

i, and mattedDiNegro's, IOU I|I APPLIANCES: fc EQUIPMENT

Francis. Phone 1937 Dodge Sedan good motor
I 1197M.no -19tx |: Small apartment-size refrigera- and rubber. Body and fenders

tor. General Electric. Ideal perfect condition. Needs glasses. -

I STORAGE i, for trailer. $65. Apply 51-1 Price, 37500. Gomez Marine

-'"-- j I I Poinc na. novlO-3lx Service. or Phone 812.

I-!'t V."ireph lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture : nov8-Ctx
or commercial. Phone 793.I;' Portable electric washer. In excellent -

TWO YOUTHFUL ACTRESSES: f'a-h their charms af.er getting novl-tfj i:' working condition. 1949 Mercury sport coupe. Metallic

court approTft ft -hur.iv.c contracts in Las AnJEl s. Ging rPriac. Priced reasonably. Apply 512 blue. $2650.00. 45-1

delt'. S. a S -u !teen Bti! [rem Atlanta. Ga, thanked the LOST I Olivia- Street' (rear apt.). j I Poinciana Place. nov9-4tx

judge and said >>e art:./ca meeting him. Sh ri Robinson (right). '1 novl0-3tx

%. a newcomer frcm Indianapolis. Ind.. tars at $100 a week. 1 a I 1939 Ford super de luxe converI -

Sh*', bn living in a tra:ter. Persian cat. grey mixed with ]:!, Electric washing machins.: 3000. i;1 I tible., 60000. Radio heater

whitand tan. Answers toj i| Electric ironer. $33.00. Apply I I fog lights, all new tires. very
"Tommy" Reward !
name ,
return -
I!: 2313 Patterson. novlO-3t ,; little lust Call 841-J or 1500
to 1023: Southard.
r- Seminary Street. nov9-4tx;
; nov9-5tx
: FOR SALETRAILERSI
i i I '42 Oldsmobile 98. 4-door Cadillac -

Lady's diamond watch and brace- j I| ready to live in. Cheapfor style body. Just overhau.ed. .-
,
I let. Substantial reward if '
returned -: New
i cafh. Phone 166 Dion. tires. Perfect condi-
to :Mrs. Rugclio Gomez i I'
tion.
nov6-Gt Hydra-malic drive. SQj
I Whiuhead.. Phone 436-M. j 1,,I. Simonton Street novll-oix

j novlO-7t]; FOR SALE OR LEASE '

jj j | Ford de luxe coupe A-I cond
Ring 1927 Naval Academy minia
,'Desirable 'corner lot for sale or' tion two-toned paint $-195'-
ture. Reward. Ruth Lang?,j| long-term lease. 100 x I5n. I Apply 1211 Florida Street.
'
State Wei Tale Board. Phone'
i Suitable for hotel or apart-'t nov2-2ix
491. nov2-3tx I' events. One block from beach. ;:I II I

i 1 For particulars, write Box 466 ,I|, FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS
\ WANTEDSALESMENs..It''m.m
novll-tf ,
-
1940 Ford panel truck. Excellen

i wanted. Experienced FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1 condition. $725.00. Apply 1415

wholesale grocery salesman j jAnolv I ; Pine, Phone 25. nov 10-4 t s
in person. Standard ; ,i
I I 1 For colored 813 Baptist Lane. OK'
1 Wholesale Co. Miami. ,
Grocery .
,; FOR SALE BOATS
-
nov9-5t for two couples. Tile bath
I I AND MOTORS
living bedroom bath kitchen

v sk3a c i Furnished. 13.00 per week.
r !
ri HELP WANTED-MALE j Apply Apt. A. nov5-t ';! Gray marine engines and service.

:'t+xla s i C. R. Smith opposite Firestone
MEN! {' Station, Marathon. novl-lmo
EXCITING JOBS! ] 2-bedroom unfurnished ipart-
j j I1
anent 644 William Street Ap-
Draftsmen photographer-?, carpenters -3;. FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES
radio ply 1224 Duval Street. ;
stenographers, SCOOTERS & MOTORCYCLESOne
1 technicians medical techmciins. ;! nov6-6i

.. tddrr mechanics weather: (1) Whizzcr motor bike.
....: .. .- .. ,' ........ '"" -'- foi f-casters nit n" 1t in3chan! I I I Furnished 2'x-room apartment,i ticallv new. S75.00. 820 Gen-pruri --
BERLIN DOG CAT C H C R- Berta Frdcr. F rlin's Utilities furnished. $23.00 week- .
These of the !
ate -some manyj 1 I ; gia Street. Phone 858-W < ...1
test pentwar doerslrhrr. demonstrates with lasso how she'll lure <>bs for which qualified men'I ly. Sea Isle Apartments. 915;! after 6;OO. novlO-3tx
strays thuh arc incrta'in: in number in the German capitil.L. I'I Windsor Lanenov8U
can he trained in the biggest ,
business in the world the'
;: FOR -SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
;, business cf Uncle Sam. Plus:' Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and :,

Sarawak Asks U. S.- SympathyjSINGAPORE stcarlv tmployment. securityfor 'I bath. Maid and janitor serve I White fhamcl. $2.75. Outsiue

:your future. Good 'pav is 1 ices linens and utilities, fuii '- white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per

only the beginning. Food mshed. Summer rates. Coral gallon up. 50ft.I garden
'. Slates.th : J) .i, h'
Tte aired
'.i r
-- .sic :
clothing. 1.\ fi.i4-ii". p'\- -' iviorni'e s: 1.- ;,.., 111. 'r' furnished free. And one ofht. Office. a nov9-26tx Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf

ba .r. asked fii .-> u.j.i'i. ..n<' unciu.1 '.. '.',lnI7, most desirable benefits is '

th,'i' camp.'i)!nir.: ( t. it .'t i e t: i r--- a retirement plan that cost 2-bcdroonv apartment, 209 AnnI Key West Cook SlOt; and its

latUBnlfeli ivlMi.'i, > 'j' -, I- you noshing. Yes you can re- I Street opposite No. I Fire Sta- herbs and seasonings. at th-

*>Mf tin at half paw in 20 years regardless -!I tion. novll-2tx Marshall Studio Shop in Telegraph

s"rowllkbnJ of !:. 'A'K- of age. You will recrive Lane. Also limeladc.gallic .

a monthly inom i : olives, coconut
leo.ldh.IS in North I" iCJoi.i. generous : Fuinished apartment at 1212 cand
4X000 i- .- that means real securityafter i 1 and turtle soup.
ml und rubt '" tttn :: .1 Olivia Street Apply 1210
it, 50.WM square rule F. .. c ., that length of service! i South Street. nov2-2tx ,I nov8-IO-12-3t\
(; full facts and figures to- Ii
.
e. 1
nfr>- Sarawak wan > .'. .J. ,> i Ii
rijt 25 N.E. 3rd Street. Miami. i, Walk-in cooler adding machine.
< and ruvervign '1-1 I.' i : FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
Fla. Talk to qualified 2 scales slicer, register, ceiling
IJntish pj by the fabul" u< Ur.. 'l:"- <':.)! n-prt tntatives of the U. S.AInw Overseas Hotel low rates. Cof- i fan. 3 fluorescent lights restaurant -
and U. S. Air Force to- and maiket meat
the "WhitR.'j .h" : fee- shop, bar. nov225tj
In ".' rt 194 the> Ut i uRajahs. : .
O ,O .O It means much to you wholesale scales. Bermuda Mal -
person.
Sir Char i e V I. -: j TOWN HOTEL. DOUBLE
IiriK>ke. retied s.r.It '.. H. '; personally! ket 632 Whitehead Street
ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4
um On Jul. '., IT4'>. .* ." >'. N-N-16 nov2-lt DAILY. LIMITED NUMBERi 1 Phone 52. nov9-5t

rrMl as imwn .-.t >n t" .'.:
1 e i I OF ROOMS. $60 PER MONTH. Paint. outside. Watts brand.
\, ry has raat'i'f" th ,I.. < '- HELP WANTED-FEMALE ;
oct28-tf
; snow-white titanium lead and
ataun e\- -rn -" Tlunipt'v !1" :

> .- in the t- .. l''p' : Make leal money for your very I oil. Money-back guarantee.
0es I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS won't peel, rub off washi
Ilrrtiarn Br'x.kin'l I. i: \r. own ;. ; o\n Avon Representativein or
tu>nBr.x>kr. cl;>--ii : your locality. Avon Cosmetics AND ROOMS off. Stays white. $3.95 gal. in

"'..- alleged anlIn.: I. : Gifts sell on sight. We 5-gal. cans. Sample can. 50c.
ee The Stutz lI<>teL 410 Fleming Dealers wanted. Manor House
n nulled Tir.r ....- ,i" t show you how to imme- ; ,
kurU of the SultaaaU : Ui un i lCltl'lv. Your name and address Street, has an efficiency apt., 916 LaSalle St., Jacksonville

it B ,rnr" K\fRliii\! < eMISPLACED to Mrs. Roxie Smedtey, and several sleeping rooms vacant Fla. oct29nov-5-12-19-2(5

p t-lt'd to got' Uic 1'1"- a' .. c/o Gibson Hotel. Key West. Low weekly or monthly

Britain'KiK"vt lu.-*it'...I og Fla. nov9-7t rates. novl-tf :, Protect your valuables with a

In S.laWVK :tr<*if. I ) ..11Jttw .. ,. fireproof buiglarproof: safe for
FOR RENT-BUSINESS only $150. delivered. Guaranteed
for -
lamfMign t t-i i and temporary
Sale ladies: Permanent -I
.-, n.,1 RriM.k<> 1.1 !. IIi with some selling experience. PLACES '. value of this safe is $350.

II" itl rae 1 .,ut t.th. .'.i i. GlAMOR. Local resident plus freight. Telephone 465.novlO.
K.itu: n.il Union of Soar.. ., .. t-.i- speak-I I Small desirable building.. 425 -?t
Don't fry to fascinate your ing Spanish preferable, .
..I.IW.IK IKrfk --< 'I.II >r. > Pal > Greene. Apply 620 Elizabeth.
boss of essential. Apply 1-3 Pollock's -
by p.m.
over-exposure your
...a former hradhj'f r.ov8-6tx I I500 sq. ft plastic tile. beautiful
charms. He won't appreciate I Quality Jewelers. 5081
61 aw.ilen' the .r.I"'C" tl I novl0-3t colors. 30c sq. ft. 2313 Pat-
i'srt,. nt aivl the Mala Youtr it as much as you may tfaink.I Duval Street. Rocky Road Bar. 1005 Division terson. nov 10-'1

?U.\t :11' nt Sarawak Their I Street for rent by month. Ap-

,.ml upfx-al I... ripihy fn.m. Experienced chambermaid white ply at 1018 Division Street. Large SOc size Glovers shampo.

ff.. Umt...l UiU- \\.... n..ci u: a Austria Counts ; only. 60c per hour. El Ran- t nov9-6tx 39c. Poor Old Craig. 10i9

tea'aisaQe forwarded frtvn Ku -h- j cho iClotel. 830 Division. White. novl2-lt.x
novll-2tt I
elate the tp.1..1) tf Sai.iwak. to. FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND

'tl.. !\...... aalr 1 I.....,... ;.t Slng.J' .- Its Refugees ROOMS One male and two female can

". S. III mi th. 9$th ..nntaeri Wanted at once: Fully experienced )i aries. Extra good breed- -

t ..| ,\II..r"'I'.-. ".ic.!*.:! rwog- !! VIENNA-<.Vi-Thcro i< fcneii5plaeed fountain gilt must; bej I Apartment and rooms to refined Robert Whitt'ht>ad. 1310 John-

".'1\ ..t >vir_III"". mpvn'ilalls j fast and willing to do side people adults. Reasonable. 1019| son Street. nm,!%-:!' \
( refugee forinch
1$ .' peasor woikApply Adams Dairy Margaret. Phone 575. j .- -
-- Men ctizrn ot this coun Lunch. 901 White Street. 4
nov9-tf 600 pieces blue and white v
1latjSt1O according to the latest figures nov 12-31 I' ( wall tile. $140. 300 piett I'1

() | of the International Refugee Or- FOR RENT-ROOMS and white 8x8 floor tile Si W

Kuruzation (IRO). to sell beautiful' ,
Salesladies a Apply 616 White Street <

SIUUOI 'lo iv ltt !I IHO figures show there are pattern of nationally advertised I'j', Light housekeeping rooms. $15 Phone 1095-R. nov-12."
riL -
I 423.001') registered displaced persons : Sterling Silver and matching]| per week. 411 William St.noc812tx.

and refugees. In addition pattern of china. Easily make 5 FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
IIFK1.1N J. 1G.: matt;;1 I I there are 35,000 persons holding'German I I '
I $50.00 a week by working part- ) FURNITURE
t. t..I.1 tliiat Russians
a. ang tree and
; citizenship persons
tha ', ( time from samples furnished i i Room with twin bed year-round
4li- xni.irtt-i Hitler too of German expelledI
.. anresti y :you. Commission 20' No)| rates. Phone 193-W. 724 Love Youth bt-d. with mattress. $20: O1'
e".1 t tatt a \\ i Miih the from other counti les and &000 .
I II't I
delivering or collectingSell' Lane. nov9-6tx 1400 White Street. novll-3.\
j miscellaneous aliens, all holding
Tinth* thrtrM- of a pan'tlrt I indefinite residence hut with no anvwhere. Same commission |
( cn'all re-orders. Write V.G.N.. Furnished rooms 626 Grinnell FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
out hy the At.uTiean '
put actual of Austriancitizenship.
j guarantee
Sf'II.ry Govttmirunt It is one P.O. Box I-N. Richmond Va. j jnovI2Itx'! Street. $6.25 single. S7.50 double
wetk. novll-3tx Lot on Avenue E. 75 x 120. Btwcen <
Ai a sit tab .h..arl"od m Germ j They do not include a turther. per .
.. .M Itt.-n. a. ''rtdlahletetpaetata. 85.1'00'South Tyroleans whose t 15th nd 16th Stre-;-
.. GARDEN AND LAWN WANTED TO BUY Phone 453-R. n v2REFRIGERATION ;IJ\
.
f"of the \\- >r!.1 -,itt :future is still undecided. Latest ,

ti-.n The pamphlet is called i figures Rive Aubti ia a total popu- SUPPLIES i
| Wanted. Cut Hair-Will 1 to
ICuMiaTlH, Story of a Great I iaton of 7JiOO.COO persons. (x- ; pay
muff' Itva,. written b>- Franc eluding the ref iiRees. A n y i Dug crates for rent, medium and 5 dollars per ounce, dependingon t

IL.,.. ..>-iiju. former prW MS4ir .fm !scheme to give refugees large sizes. Key West Garden length color and condition Immediate service domestic 'J
krii bwttirv at tare University trian citizenship has been and Lawn Supply Co.. 914 of hair. Send full length sam commercial. Hwibrook Reftii-:

..f Martnin in the V S. tens oftea i i ly opposed by the A\I5-1' Fleming Street. Phone 1019. ple. Lock Box 105 Key West. eration Service,- Phone 724 WI

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. KX-COINMCF- -_...... CHARGED WITH "JEA LOU&\ SLAYING / Brazil May Grow Own WlieafTUCUMAN. ;; ,



ArJl'n'JnI.PP.1"J7ilim cattlemen are turning
to wheat growing to fill their ("Ountry'need for bread. A California
-rnTi:.t. Tli.. It KT .i.tort T ,. .
ro r\f tKo rina..ruiv_ fTalifm_ _u_ma_ "_ _K.
,' helping the program He is onj -.-
loan to the experiment station at

.1 ? Porte Alcgre ftlagic? J I's

Dr. Lo\e here for the South

American B.'tamca Congrea..i x- :
rd Fn The irk --.f
plained that meat is hap rill ,
through ti-: ital.* of Ru Grinle ,
!o Sit vi h-n Porto .\Inn' i:. l<.- FOIKSTONK .:hI.oI''" _..n-
'rated Wheat. on the f.tli >r hand Magician Will (;I.M"n'stvi ts
is expensix'" |K>'a..'",- Pril has dill not die with him His wilL
to impnit part of her n...-I". The ju\I pvliItshpH left three hocked
'_overnmcnt Ins a guaranteed j Imoks full of Item to a friend
once for Br..,ilian grown wheat 'Thomas Harris of Derbjhen ".
i which mnkf-s it n profitable: crop \\ Harris flies the will said,

,, Dr Love Id at Least five of the books are to go to the Bnt-
I's.-.h
1 large tattle growers have planted Museum in London Then trll

.i fr\\ honored a<'rcs i.f wheat: expc. about tricks learned from ll, u-
imrnt.ilK. this wr died Horace GoMing and other
,I' Wheat in this area is harvested 1 great magicians.
In Ortobf-r whifh ts tncerinT Harris said he'll show them to-
'! lent of April in the: northern hem sJf'I ;ht-4)f.hand man w fti.'tsant .
I Iispht're. I a peek Gold-ton, founder

-_ .. [ Dr. Love is gAmg: technical advice i,3n>l president ..f the Magicians
.w"I I in the d. \\'d"pm"nt both I Club: died here last FebruarnnniiiuuiiniioiHiiiiniaBRiinwnauutuniiia>..

lA'i Photos i "heat an-i grasses for animal
NAPOLEON B. NELSON (center). 21-year-old paroled convict stands handcuffed 'I (feed %
in custody of I
officers on the spot where Mrs. Jewel Wade
Man ley (right) w... dot to death on
a suburban side N.C.C.S.
walk in Mobile Ala. Nelson has been charged with -1 I
killing the 25
"jealoustSuburban Police year-old divorcee in a fit of Prague )JI"OpS'l'ito
Chief
E. C. Ander son holds the rifle which he
said
kill Nelson used to 1021 Duval Street
Mrs. I
Manley. The
policeman at left is SgL C. D. Wilks. '
Name iEI ENSI'; rOIUES

MRS. 111)Iiil iiK\ns MHJTIIEKN N. E\\' ".\"IK PUHLIMIEKS I PRAGUE-( 'Another mon i I i! I'IUUUUI

-. -. .- -- ..- ument to Marshall Tito has disappeared -j j I miumimnuiuiiKiiu'inuiuimiwuiuiinmmMmrMONDAY .
: : here. The name of
'. ;' : < shall Tito College has Mar'l.(I 7.30 P.M Spanish Class.TUESDAY .
changed to The College of Jan
gr' cS Comenius. the noted Bohemian I)j I 10:00 AM.-Bowling. for Navy

'a scholar Recently the name of Wives, at U. S. Sub
Marshall Tito was removed from Base Bowling AIJe
a heavy industry factory near 7 JO P.M.-Hospital Party (2nd>>-
'xv \eiL: : ( Prague and its prewar company Tues.)
.
.
of
name KolbenDanek
'% ); I was re WEDNESDAY
stored. i 12:30 P.M Hospital Fishing Trip
2.00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. .
I
Cortez found that the Aztecs 700PMIuke Box Dam
used .
crayons made of metalIHT I games
I THURSDAY J
d .,()ST FOIISI !i 1 00 P.M.-Sewing Marhineg

I it.llnrrlc Shm..r..1..
--
1 -
I FRIDAY
.I i 2:00 P.M.-Pre-nataJ Class.
\
I i 9.00 PJ.I.-Dance. OrchestraSATURDAY .
I r ( j jIt I i

I ., 2;00 PM.-SUNDAY Boxms Training

i : I i 9JO AM.-Communion Breakfast

.... I ISo : (monthly).
I It 1 1r "'!:! : 1:00 P.M.-I'Il'Dle (sign up).

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AINMLUSAIUESKnow
<:-T> Wirephoti

MRS. OVETA CULP HOBBY of Houston. Tex. w r-time gommander of the WACs. ( America)
of the is the new president ,
Southern
Newspaper Publishers As i7jl
sociation. She and fellow-officers elected Marsaret Corbin. Kcvo-
were
the annual SNPA meeting in St. Petersburg. Fl Left at ai tut'onarv heroine who
a. to right: Carter Glass. Jr.. of Lynchburg took hwnusKin'i
(Va.) News and. Agranc*. director: M. M. Donosk y of the Dallas (Tex.) News, 'N place when he oval
a director
Hobby who- yice.pz4dent of the Houston Po t:. Ralph Nicholson of the New ; Mrs. killed and kept firing pun writ ..
treasurer Clarence Hanson. Jr., of Orleans Item. hers.-tf badly ununrled born
the
Binning ham {Ala.) News and 85
Age Herald,
.. Hobby is the first woman to be elected president of the SNPA in its 48-year history.director. :Krs.: Franklin I8H1. Co:. Pa. Died Jan. 1t.,..

--- --- '- --.--- s 1770-Joseph Hopkinson.Phi: ll
"LEGS" HALL ,L'iS /91pNmr1R1 Unit mIliIg1 Gaaauaiumutui. -- --- j.i. .ddeiahia law:\er-jurist. author of
. \ MOVIE CONTRACTViitphoto :i TODAVS mimiimsi HHI Columbia*' son of a signer
-
What's Doingat f (Know America) 1<" of the Declaration of Independence. .
j i. 'iF. born
in
Philadelphia Dirt
the AnrnI'lmsh of Georgetown
Jan 15. 1842.
ARMED SERVICES ,: Conn.. n >\'elisl. horn in Colorado 1815-Elizabeth Cady Stan..,.

Y.)LC.A. :String-. C.lCO years PRO ) lyceum lecturer leader in the

Jackson Square. Whitehead : Admiral If,r'id 1:. Stark re ; I woman's rights movement of her

*!, and Southard Streets I lir(''). ..irtime .,:niiiKinJrr of U. ,t generation born in New York
t Died Oct. 26.
lIIIhIllU1illilmlllftl"lmllllllllll""IIII11" 1D02
) .
S '
nj1
farces in Europe, born '
MONDAY: ,..', ,. 1831-Eli II Janney. invrnU
9:00 P.M.--Juke Box ciance. W'fKesb:'rre. Pa. KK yews j!g o. ,,-<' of the railroad coupler. turn i*
t .. :1
e"T rut h or Consequences W.'m'n R Au in. U. S. represent. .- '-. : -- Vinjtnia. Distil there June WL
i
Qui Show" .'tiv<' t. the United Nations 1912.
TUESDAY: (UPI Photo 1.56-F'lam'ls 11)(1'14'.
one-tin t LT S s 1at..r fmm Vermont nuhoa4
730PM.-Shuffle hoard met'hana' ; n<1 | .T
snc :
sessions born tt Highg.'te: Vt., 71 TWO-YEAR OLD GLEN HARRIS I who icent
became
on the< patio. years o.lli.y. a suct.i-si.ful inneii
9:00 P.M.-Theatre Group I was lost in the woods near |list. born Ix-wiston. N. Y. lied
met Dr. Henry II Dagger ofLanraster. "j
his house L aton IM.IV
WEDNESDAY Pa. ooll.-1 a > Rouge La.. 16. 1930. ,
Lutheran
1 00 PM I for about seven hours-but {j IKtt-Jdine
-Hospital Fishing trip clergjni.m: born in Brooklyn, N now > Crifhiuii. Aimr-
800 P.M.-Dance Class he's safe at home and Iran journ..Iist, roteil f.ir
Beginners Y., ;T vo us, ag... I is getting hit
.) Rev I .urenrc R Dt Du\ of i ready for bed. Neighbors, policemen 'I urnali .ti<' xploits. ln.rn M
I
i
4f 9;00 P.M.-"Ye Ole M"'ltn'al Died Fob 12.
Country Kfv Orl'Mnnoted ph\ >in Paft>". l urn in Xcvi Orl'in.-, horn in University students joined in I I 1.I-
(Square L'ancin, Virginia New Orleans, 70 year igo | the search for him. Glen's only M'Hiein pencils weir m4rltMloixri
Reels). Joseph N. : until the discovery ifl
3t, Pew. Jr., board worry concerns the loss of one ,
.
1564
ri THURSDAY: i of a graphite
chairman mine Cuiur
of Sun Oil. Philadelphia shoe in the woods. in
3:00
P.M.-Photo Cla-ss born beiland. England
in Pittsburgh 62
9:30 P.M.-Dance. Oc-h<'Stra. ago.i years -- -- -
V ; FRIDAY:
Thomas D MAdams of Baltimore
J ti 8:15 PM.-Movies, Bridge Par noted banker born Rich- ,

ties. mono, Va. 6V year JM>.
SATURDAY: Bishop R:,Iph S. Cushman of St. t
8:15 P M.-Movies.
Paul. Minn. Methodist
leader ,
1015PM.-Second show (same born Poultne>, \1- 69 wars ago. t
feature .
)
SUNDAY: i ir .
The name of a Massachusetts
9:45 A.M.-Java Club I
r I Chaugogagmanchaugagog5und2unsKa'iidUg .
2 00: P.M.-Classic Hour.9:00.P.M.Fellowship .
;-1> said to
Hour mean in Indian language. You t
Coffee and dough fish on roar sidL I lash on micl .\'
n\As .
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Patricia Hall (above) recently

won "most" beautiful legsin I i ;

the world" contest-and nowshe's WhiteiNFWSPRINT

been signed bv Universal-

International movie studio in

Hollywood. The studio says l !
it's looking, for "new faces." ,

Appropriately enough. Miss
Hall will play the role of a ; FOR HOME or I

bathing beauty in her first pic : 500 Sheets
ture. :
25 COMMERCIAL USE
: 8/2x11. c
1111,1. HH, M////: :
jr P Are Pre par ell To Furnish You With

1',.",,(! i i"Y..u : THE Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE

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should see those two
ooks tangle. Awful feud in the'Yeah Artman
;;alky"' I Press : Thompson Enterprises Inc.
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I know I ate some :

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ST. HEAR COR.WHITE ST. : try I"IIIi"l 5 S 5555555555555555 55555555555555 1

: 917 Fleming St. : TOUT Patronage Iimled" : PRITCUARD f RUSSELL'SDRY i : and "n'Ifi"1l24.HOUR SERVICE! : .B Body and Fender; Repairing 5 -1

: Ice Cram .Proprietary JI did,.. FUNERAL : Free Pick.Up and
PHONE 798 : Sick Room : GOODS Delivery! Service : AUTO PAINTING

t ........................ : Supplier School SupptittTailrt SUMS for MEN : COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE (ITONY'S I

:................f'rr/mrafionj...l..........and....Article.....'........... HOME : :: 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : .i..i \\'< nu\; : :: AUTO AND : O

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0 : FURNITURE CO. 's :: Easy and Blackstone Washers : BETRAYED: A TRUSTi : : JJ OIIJCIl'S and ? : 1
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1 :. 720 DUVAL STREET :. : Electromaster Ranges :. LOPEZ : Get Set For Fall With The New : !! 1)M

: .Nationally-Advertised- : : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units Aiuliiilutirc ServiceTelepltoue Children'sApparel deb-u-curl :
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(THE COMPLETE KITCHEN : i 5ill II
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: 333 : Cold Wave Permanent : I
1. : .Iklaw re Plastic Floor : ...v................PHONES.. ... 9150 : Never Sleeps : ... 1'
Covering 5 ...................... : Established 1885 : .A I A soft, n.itiu.il "looking' permanent :
: .Clopap Fiber Venetian : ........7........................................ ....................... .....................: \ .s/ that will give you Id
Blinds .. .-...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- ............................. : Licensed Funeral : ;.., / NEW LOOK and: slO ..
.Lu7 ilge, AppUances : Uirf'rlurli) an.11lIIltalll..n : : "....J y \
Radios &t EETH* J. A. MYERS of the New Scan .
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MENMQDERNMETHODS i PAINTING Now SHOPPE
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: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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Papaelijee : PHONE[ 1371-R e: HOTPOlt IT Ranges Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS Beauty Nook "

R..pr.-onlatiYf: : 1 : Refrigerators Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Scientific Beauty Culture I I
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: 'MFLORiDA Wa< 11ing Marliiu for Immediate Delivery ,
a-rs. \\ (TAe)w : Thoroughly Experienced Operators 1 .'

EAST HOME APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS : Soft Water Used Exclusively :

COAST RAILWAY ................,.............................. : 605 SIMONTON STKEET PHONE 11 : : All SUM : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. '
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; an dwellings, Fire Insurance i Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited '

:: OFFICE. CO80'S nwrc bldgs.a n household t i 1. by INSURING with Landscaping, Marl and Top Soil Frances Beauty Salon 0 :

: : and personal : TOP SOIL. SS.SO PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK :
Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Frances Park. Owner
: rLENUfG STREET : effects. MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : Will Ship to Any Part :
S.U 01 La CoDCha Hotel : : Save 15% on All Policies HOD' "'ahW Also Lot Cleared and Marl Spread-Vary Reasonable of l/JS. or Canada : : 1010 GRINNELL STREET

M r oat e L. Cruioe Phone 674 Marcy S. Palacio Beauty Culture in all its Pha .. ; ij
PHONE 124 : / Agt. ;
e 1021 Olivia St. : : ,
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: REAL ESTATE
q : GOLF COURSE ; S22 Fleming St. R M.DaaUU.Prop. .Pboat 1011 : open Daily and Sunday, : !

Cushman Motor Scooters 's : 5 P.JVL to 1 A.M. : Sale : .
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\ Sale and Service Immediate Delivery ; : COMPLETE : Lease :. : 1400 DUVAL STREET :
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches s Rentals : !Ii
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: Cwhflua. Coo hi ifffaw : Key West Insurance Co. 411 Fleming Street : RULES: Write imc. address und phcne number :
h' !love 1'tlnl : .. toformati 919 Whitehead Stie.t : : where you can b! called. Place a large "R" on : ..
: KEY WCST COLF CLUB ; Ill SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171Dircrtly : Phones 124 Sad 7S1-R : card. Mail to WKWF before November IX Extra

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:: 2-I1lltr \\i..I'/((' : FOR SALE JOHN CURRYPLUMBING : INSURANCEOFFICE DELICIOUS :

L5 : tcy I; West Jewelry Co. : Oar Customers Matt B. :

." : VIe Buy DIAMONDS and : : : : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM ;
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t' Jr.WE'.RY or W HAT : 51H ()LTll\nn:
1 : 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : : :
HAVE YOU! See Dan!! :
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n. ...repair.. all.. kl.dw .r. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Call Ut and Be Satisfied : -THE- : FAROLA SUNDRY
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see w Ikl .1 : "We DelfTer"- Phones 781 and 229-W
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...... : C Beet Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Company i School Supplies s
\: KEY WEST JEWELERYk + : Goods 512 MARGARET STREET :
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OLD ISLAND TRADING POST
:: : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET 0
: When Yon Go : !t tof
: : Mitring, Raising or Shoring Houses, (aragcg, : Under the New Ownership and Management
: Food : E PLUMBINGINSURED >>
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.I : Boats or 'What Hate \'ou : : OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN : S

: Bo Snre to Get : : BONDED and LICENSED) : Ditlinctire Gifts For All Occasion : e

S tI CONTRACTORS S : FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : and Tastes In A Wide "r;... Itanf

dk : : I'IF"' All Work Guaranteed t : Corner Whitehead and Caroline Streets Phone 1S71 ; S

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ENRICHED BREAD 's : Why Par More When You Can Bur For Less?

: 'r- S Repair 0 S"U'flIP.Prompl : 56 Ir USE YOUR CREDIT -G CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET :
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Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads Croquettes. :
: JlHl PLmnalras .REASONABLE.. : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS 5 : and Seafoods ANY ORDER A LA CARTE 0
: : Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Corral. Mgr and Owner :

s : FAAALDO r IN : PHONE 1120 E HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. : Open. Daily 7 AM.2 P.M. unit 5 1'1.-12 M. :

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L>_ THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY. XOVEMRER12.l I l.


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t Moody! Set of New TennesseeWilliamsPlayWii I Calendar Of I' Button-Button ilin't i Hawk Battles


SOCIETY NEWS I; Coming Events j What She Woman.' i

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BT NIBA LESLIE: GULEY f FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12thI I 4-
Meeting Audubon Society, ::1! ]I la-Il lbJsCI1obC CKOVE HILL.! \l-I-aV\Uti-; r.
Pllones. The Citizen Office 51 i p. m. at Woman's: CluWiouse'': ;, gating a N.: corii.it'lion in'tlt'r i-

Residence.-629-XJ ii i on Duval Street. Address by ;i Lurkyi-a-d. Mis.' ':I'm Gunter saw f'

ttIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIWIII11IaIIIIUIIIIUIIIlDItlVIDI: ; i || | ''1Hhh1uIIIuIu1ub'' 1r (Oliver GriswoU. DE \"ER1.I'Till.o: ; n1 .y leave :t big bask swoop; down' after
Meeting. Leaders Association ] been: an exciting: election campaign pri7C chicken. She charred& the

Pltin For "FfJll;( s Of 1919n Girl Scouts, :5 p. m. at Wesley -,, for some people. l but noti < bird and 1Jan.1vau: ht boil l "f ,
House.SATURDA i for Charles F. Mulloid. lie collects -::: a wing- The hawk twisted: around

Sponsored; Junior; Woman'sC.lltb ; : ;:..: NOVEMBER 13- campaign buttons. He said and 4rabb.-d Mrs. Gunirr' WI mat
'' Free Dance, Fleet Reserve Association thi-re was "no zip or appeal" IP I' with: its beak. She sianunrd: the

: '. I > Ftj ( Branch No. 56 COq:: the current crop. ]!0 hawk to the (n jnd and the
: December 14-15 Coins Forward 7"- PM. Public Invited. Music Although! Mulfcrd started! his,'I hawk seized f.e.: with!! its talons.

A MKwiing; ; RE'hearsal--; ; by Coral Isle Sercnaders. JcoJlection: only 10 years ago/ he'i '! *lls: Gunt cnd.-i i I'". struggle
of the West
Junior* : Key for the productionwill '.' Meeting. Fern Chapter No. 21, i has dozens, of buttons and badges i by Mnasto.n: ''II! 'l".d"' 'd with!

at t'jiiTrSSonian'! :Wntuan Club Clubhouse was held I begin on or about Nov 2i5:, I. Order Eastern- tar, 8:00: p.m. i dating: bak.to, Martin Van ':'a I!..tlnn. Tie! h.1 .vk measured
on when the director is expected to I II Bui en's of 1836. lie,
Scottish Rite Hall. All members campaign J42 i inches tru;-. \v.ng ti ) to Wm05
Duvs-.vset Wednesday night of arrive in Ke West. UPon h I yI of 1348:
:>! s-ar. I I urged to attend. | thinks the buttons were
this *$4t during& which the main rival, a party has been planned: East Lynne" at Barn Theatre. ,!pretty tame: compared with Use 'tip ---- --

cub!.iV-""*f discussion! was the with all those interested in the 1 ....- Presented by Key West Players !I"Full Dinner Bucket" badge of ;!. Americans use about 1.200.-

fortnrnrmnf. "Polltes of 1949. show to attend. At that time the 1 W' ... Curtain time 8:30: p. m. I the McKinley! Roosevelt 1900 eJc000Penci.- -' "*'"'
wla<'UiiJo lie presented DewraUr director will begin selecting and Performance tomorrow, night ;ticket. William Jcnr.iiiss! Bryan's ;: __

HIS .nd 15thMni i making up the acts. I II I .__ I also. "SUver is Good Enough for Me.:: __ -v-
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Dolire Curry Program I Mrs. Anna Lounders, patron ; Officers Wives Club Luncheonand or Teddy Roosevelt's bucking
B.>K>k. .cboinnan was unable to be I(chairman reported that patron j AP Newsleatures i Fashion Show. Noon, at bronco: and: motto "He Never OVICEIt'r"un

|reWTt.-but her report was given tickets are being solicited very i TENnESSEE WILLIAMS found in his native Mississippi delta country the scene for his play. '| Officers Club, Ft. Taylor. [ Pulled Leather."
by Mrv Detty Saunders, president -I I successfully. The patrons oregiven t Smoke. which has arrived The l'|TUESDAY, NOVEMBER l thMeeting -
"Sumoer. and on Broadway. set above by Joe Mielziner. shows or |pt'r"uu.! remitting
the Club rorIt will has endeavor been decided to have that .I reserved of the seats Follies.at the performance I the interier of a rectory and a doctor's office. with the state of Eternity brooding over the town I'' Kiwanis Club. 6:45: '\Ecistern\ Star hiVjrlr in .rrror
Dr. J. Lancelot I
I Talk by :
owvetfunt;; entirely different in of Glorious HilL Miss. The play deals with a cultured minister's daughter and her childhood p.m.
I The ticket chairman, Mrs. i
"Cancer,
Lester, Jr., subject
this Imo. 11am are for a program (Helen Schuck, announced that beaux a young doctor. In the scene above. Margaret Philips as Miss Alma phones the doctor 1 and film "The Traitor With- \\Meets Tonight .plra-e retairlitnhi' 10

ol the Annual or Yearbook type, I tickets will go on sale to the public I (Tod Andrews) after he has gone roistering and forgotten his premise: to visit her. I in" shown by Antonio Mar- 1 Fern Chapter K o'. 21. Orierf< (oitnU Court: HOIIPV anill

containing puturrs and stories of I next Monday. Nov. 15th. Her ._ ._ '
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the rlubV projects and activi team captains are Mrs. Kathryn i 'irk uj Uifio.lUCR. .
P.TA. Key West High School 'clix-k
IS
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meeting tonight
ties. V-Cyril Marshall has de- '. Brown and the Misses Louise i i .
f Krauty 7 New Members I Ii meets. 8:00: p.m. in High the Scott sh Rite tim: : St'YEU'
siKiM-d-<'w tvei. end the book ,Ketchum and Cora Lee Curry.
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School. Mr-ss by Dr. I Allmr! ,, ;i.iTl '!Uf5tt"ltmnr :'
will be indeed "different." I Proceeds from the affair will HAmBOS and l HISTORY !\Co i Into Arlliar Lancelot Lester. Jr., and I this 'I\t'\ -.tlflg --- -
Urs. Margaret Scully, publicity :: be used for Community Welfare, \i I showing of film. Public invited. !
chairman reported that posters land Miss Mary Sellars Welfare I :Ii .

advtrtirip- -Follies t.f 1949" Chairman of the Junior Woman's I i Sawyer Post WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17-i
will be p1iM t] at strategic points ]Club, reported that food had been '" I Meeting, Trooo 8 Oirl Scouts. '

throughout Key West.'Miss :given to a needy local family. -1 1 Seven new members were received 3:30: p.m. Wesley House. GOOD IIEIfJ

Elissa: Moreno, talent j It is expected that the "Follies into Arthur Sawyer Post I THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18- ,

chairman. is now taking names ;,.oX 1949" will offer a brilliant and .. No. 28, American Legion on I Sewing Group Woman's Aux
(>f jjrrsfins> desiring to take with '" .
part enjoyable: evening, good talent iliary of Monroe County Hospital -
in the Kullies. and has requestedthat ; and sets and the productionis ______________ Wednesday evening and wen- 2 p.m. at Hospital. Everyone -,
these people communicate locked forward to with much James A. Flenner; George invited to join this FOR IICKPEPL E

; with her after 0 p.m. at 825-J.: pleasant anticipation.Woman's I .v Norcisa; llorold L. Ostrom; F'I II group. Transportation to and
1 J. Reese; John T. Smith;
'-- .t from Hospital can be srranged -\ STOMACH AILMENTS WEAK KIDNEYS
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I ___________ ; Anthony by telephoning Mrs. Rutt.
'. Ulchar. The following additional 'I )' RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS
Auxiliary Of Monroe L ('fI applications for membershipwere ; j' 420-W.:! .lId uch comp1&1nt. .. He ad'.cie NeI.u n. At.. j.".", Uk'C.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lth- j Lad; cC V.tiity En"1\ 1'ppctlt<, Uno" c. 'n. ii. .:. 5jr.a.
I' County Ilosl'iltllllollls Meetings I : Richard approved J.: Jerome Melton; B. Sawyer I Navy Wives Club No. 88 dance j Druglcss Health Amazing Results '1f
Wond-I
I : rwe E. 'Eason; and W'I Ameiican Legion Home, '. IF YOU ARK': a sufferer 4If these I I YEAH after year prop'e rash U 1
New Members :4 Stock Island. City buses Nos. ailments, try Gi.U-MINF.RAL.: Yen mineral spring >nd SU'". to drmh '
Invited To Join Groan Stoker. Ceremony conducted by j i i I will 1 go to Legion Home IxI ?- ,I. niij be astoniMied at the results.iu and bathe in their mica:.let .a- .' :.
the Guard of Honor. \ in-nt out Kurss-you will sec ter. \\e hatr all beard of the ..oudroiu ..
Fourteen membra attended pital equipment and funds received : '- The following were awarded !I I ginning l _at 8 pm. fads. OIIO-MINEKAL comes from springs ef LunrJt-. 1'rance. .
the regular monthly meeting oft I k_ : the earth-.Nature's Laboratory.. and fanmiLs Ihrenion in ancient
awards 20
from the Annual Charity membership : years- the Woman's Auxiliary of Monroe -' Ball and other affairs sponsoredby Atwood G. Sands; 10 years-,; WELL YOU SuitE! I ..l. ONLY Nat '!!'s minerals the cod: ol'et. lI1. l..trrdcth
County Hospital held at 4 Arent T. Sjursen Sr: :5 years-, 11 11i I oldest most reliable remedy forrhrnuUtiii. and youth. drank it> asters aiul .
o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Auxiliary in the near future George J. Pernick, John Stout, \ Kef<>r(> Ifs f arthritis kidney andstvuiaea : bathed to be forever your*. i
the Hospital will be used toward the a : ailn -nU- GEO :\1I '.n.'l.J. eonltiis minerals -
j purchase and J. Metzger 10
Harry
I ; years I (.t O-'IIISiRALS: will enrich your you ?rt at the u rU'" bc l5prings. ;
Among the many subjects dis- of this X-ray. Clarence B. Bryant. Too Lul biood help tu make you slron*. fall VVatli >uvr ria! i il>-l on
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nisseJ at the meeting was the] It was also announced that the I f-i: :.: 7 "-"" -- 2.-. ,L'i 10th District i i Commander' I oi 'pep, lite and bl"dr&u Lack o!i from your hoods a da> w Sc.> aster
Annual Ball be 'I roinerals in the ; anemil. ; it. The u-le. IrU.a. the J
Charity to Using; as
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spansAryJ Auxiliary will welcome new I EGVITIAX ELEGAME: Vance C. Stirrup and District "I came to ask your daugh \lin- .
by the \ (;'ALA COIFFURE ] headache nervousness. color ef Jour "tiues.( Mill! t'rt to i
Auxiliary on Feb- J 1 members to their sewing group, j i Adjutant Robert Daniels will ter's hand in marriage," the I! cal! :generate mental bnlianc!! >, break :awav and yna Kill sl.K )L
ruarv l8 h., plans for which are ; which meets wt.'ekly'OJl Thurs- i! .A headdress of black Drsignrd by Antonio of leave this evening for Daytona young;: man stammered. 1 site sparkling e)es. red cheeks: .\bot. esamiRe tour uri_. Y.. may ,
already being peo-f,1ed. i days at the Hospital, and during Beach to attend the Department "How much do make a 1 fi or Mondr cord curls InParis you j : arthritis are vut ..4 kimoess. reliving -
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was announced that the I for funnel sirsa.sdrs'I '
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pro- which meetings much-needed At rial ._
Membership Round-Up to wet'k" the girl's father d demand .rcltilul disease: Arid nditiunin yea. And tlien rrxi'a.tbe'
t'esCs from the bingo party held'I'sewing is done by the ladies forth I. ] by an Egyptian;; smu.' lIoirtlo./- .: be held tomorrow evening at the ed. the blood i iv often their rau, -. 1 ie>s val.., ..f (,EO-\USt.K o\L.
in November 5th were used toj i|' hospital stock of linens, ban- I Sheraton PJaza' Hotel. Four "Twenty-one fifty.Great What cfcid be the rrnied? 1'or MF. riSOF: rvr-rai lu irs po"I'I'

tj>mlete payment on an electro-]I dajes.; 'eW.j I l (/,tf'Il. filtered riirl*. ': planes will 't.T ss-<-ross the State I Scott, that wouldn't l llioutibtlit,en usJ trf to ,rr'iee.ars.! mineral the pain hate and i, ::1nSLI'Al.1.. IV. not 1M'-'_..

Urdiagraph machine for the lbs.4i .j I Anyone is eligible to join this I __. I tomorrow picking up member- keep my daughter in handkerchiefs. t-itterrns: vf these" IIX Prvple... .A I .nie.it. (;et on.-bi.tite.111 l sim..
I \ ri. If "11 an' r.jt ix-r ccii.satisfied.
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tMl. and now that this machine :i i5aSL :sewing group and further those By BETTY: LARKE i sliip cards to deliver to Daytona ." tbc advice '"f doctors,.BO. t. mineral .e ...:!! rdu c! .-.jr au>_]r
; >een fully paid for the AuxJiafy desiring transportation to and I AP Newsfcature'i Beauly Editor 1 Beach. A pane! will leave Key -Gee whiz." replied the suitor,I'I I sprint isle President to rind; Rooseveil cure r relief used t.The:solu in fall Try it tMLiy! It......,.. do cmi.dersf'sryou.aiiC I Io

has as its new project the! from the meetings can obtain I You will gasp at the new headdresses and coiffures introduced I West at 12:30: p. m. Post Commander I "if she's got a nose like that- Warm: Springs; in Georgia. lie I bthe i' .t inve..-
( & of a portable X-ray ma-'{{same by telephoning Mrs. Rutt at I in Paris. You George A. Warren and just skip it." a .=0 helped at would not have gonetlaert ment for yjar l.ezltlUV"' >on feet,
eiiae. ,i 420W. More members I probably will say "not for me. But you other.tiCgionrwires resru'erty: take. year.OXOMINERAL : eat.ser'xorkandcao.t; v I7e IxOer.I .
are will deliver
urgently -
J Tfrrc} is! a great need for this needed, and they will receive may find yourselfwearing them. cards from Post 23 to the Boca Weeds can cause 12 times the : : KtUil Fiicr-- Bottle S1.10. C UotJn" C.MI I II
SPT.ratUJI be There is for instance a sticky little job of curls t I CENTRAL PHARMACY-and OTher Drug Slcres
to added to the Hos- a warm welcome. I lacquered Chica Field for the Round-Up. annual loss in crops that insects I I
(your own hair) which will cover entire head. Or if : I
------ -- -_ --- your you I cause. "'-- Mail orders to above address-add lOc for postaz'
wear an Egyptian number in the French manner-a headdress I 0

6 JJ//iry And MartJui Circle Of W3.CS. I created 01 blende or black', Medieval\ braids. i Coyotes Abuse .T -


"11 JDlf r Fleming Street Methodist Church'ifitltl i cord.These two spectacular headdresses I I Creek| Psyche classic knot andToday's Yellowstone I

i straight casual haircut I I
I introduced by Antonio of i iI II
!
I Paris will :: is reminiscent of the Bastille I *
your'wildest
Kniovable probably
; Wiener 7tfn//xi surpass '
.. I hairdo worn after the French tcira 7Ut1i1.I
01 --- -- I dreams. The lacquered : Sanctuary I
i the! Mary and Martha Circle of John Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Hof- curls resemble French hairdos i itevoiuuon wnen lancy and bejeweled ..

Jhe{{ \V S.C'S. of Fleming Street Ion Felton Mr. and Mrs. James worn in the ICOO's and inspiied; j by Marie headdresses Antoinette popularized were dis DENVER-.*>) -Western ..at-I

Mjho) .t Church held its "Fam Deland, Rev. and Mrs. Jesse 13.I'I by sculpture.early Greek The Egyptian and Roman job ; carded. Perhaps on the heels of ,1 tlemen and sheepmen. who have

ily i Wiener Roast" last evening in Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weech 'I looks as if it were from an'I this straight hairdo will follow reason to hate him. will admit
I'owlana. Mr. i i i the shingle or guillotine cut with that ol' Br'er Coyote is plenty
and Mrs. George Russell the I Egyptian mummy. t. '
: The Mesdames i! If there records :' which the French burlesquedtheir mal
group gathered around the Vendoline Russell were any today Any visitor to Yellowstone
|7iu" bonfires and joined in the Campbell, Nelson and Miss May:I (If coiffures: favored by cavewomen revolution.past tragedies after that i tional park in northwestern na-
Sands. t it would probably show
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<.>af ting of wieners and marshmal- Coiffures worn during the Em-i j; Wyoming knows, no wild animal
5 i The youngsters joining in the I that modern girls sometime or ;I
I may be shot once it's inside the
ows and UK-TV were in addition, fun were Russell and Gregory I another have experimented with ; pire period/-curled or semi- :]' j

{xfkjto; chips and cold drinks. Curry Harold and Judy Wood, I the' same hair arrangements and curled and cropped to( reveal the park boundaries. The coyote, i
s>ay the stockmen, is hep to this.
a 71-' occasion was greatly en- Ernest and Claudette Salis, John! enjoyed them to their fullest. It j| contour of the head-are popular ( They contend that hundreds of I'

J<>y/-d by those present consisting and Robert Knowles, Hollon Fe:!- seems in this generation we've II i i again. I j them stay. in the park while eating i iI ,
.f Mr and Mrs. Allen E. Curry, ton: Jr., Merrill. Edna Lois Jim- I taken a fling at every silly or Even if these hairdos didn't'appeal ,I! is good, then, winter.- I
Mr'! ant! Mrs. Harold Wood, Mr. mie and Marjlyn Deland, Ed and j sensible fad that has gone before'1' to you yesterday as you come I :
move out to the
stock
SnJ Mrs. Paul Richardson ,Mj.nd .Chris Nelson Jackie and Leon I Ius.I {I thumbed through the pages of prey upon "

Mrs. Claude Salis, Mr. Ql1dJd1' I Weech :and Bobby, Annette and We fiddled around and improved -|:' history books you may be wear- : growers The federal lambs.and calves. I I 4t !?
fish and
| wildlife
them tomorrow. Women are .
Mcrril{ Felton. Mr. and. Mrs. Jeanette Russell. I on Marie Antoinette'spompadour 'ing .
service listened to the
tinkered with the faddists and once they can find i ,
iL .. ; '' ; t
--- -- -- men's complaints and
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/'Vri. Members Of West artificial puffs and wired chignons -something new and interesting 1 to how ranch-I -\o 1
Woman'syXuh
: ; Key of the Chinese; wore the \ and can accustom their eyes to it, see right they were. '
I with Roman i they will certainly adapt it-at then, says Weldon B. ,

II I : Lea(. For District Meeting I long women bobs long popular aso; adapted the .' least for a few .days. I' the biologist service in, the 319 Denver coyotes office in and of i

[To! lie: Held Tomorrow At Lamh>nln1r -- -- near Yellowstone park have bsen I '
trapped, ear-tagged and released. : 1'r
II ; Waters Lodge 1 No. 14 I So far, 65 of these have ( < -.
been
: ijive members of the Key West At the meeting tomorrow there i Sparkling tags j r.J / 'I .
turned in by hunters killing thecoyotes ..
low.d\n..n.\ mttrninK;. Club to will attend leave the tomor Dis-- I I will be discussed plans for the {' Entertains Head Of nJ1J( 1.,," Assembly I II outside the park. One of '\ .; .

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General Federation convention j them was shot 115 miles airlinedistant !
tri "* II meeting to be held later ,
< did also four Odd Fellows '
to be held in Hollywood in the Mrs. Fannie Spinks, president. quet as from the reservation, | i
j
tii ))M- day at the Ft: Lauderdale I from the Cuban Lodge and i "" diaiacad ringt1pcrvw
'''',.nan'" Clubhouse. I I spring. j i'of Rel -kah Assembly, yesterday two visitors from Michigan. |j'I!; others 50 miles have before wandered catching\ far!bul-as I I

S Mrs.: Beatrice Arthur of Home- Those ladies leaving tomorrow'j made her official visit to Sparkling Following the banquet the !i let. a i I I

|t4i, director of District 11, will I to attend the meeting in Ft. Lauderdale I[, Waters Lodge No. 14 in Key :1 members and visiting Sisters retired Robinson insists the coyote. I

be l>-M-nt at the meeting as will are the Mesdames Cyril I I I West. to the Lodge Hall, where I I I while cunning and furtive, is'' 1iSM" ;

}1>4 U- the state officers of the I Marshall Herbert Pare Robert !j i A banquet was held at theOverseas the president held her school of no coward Cornered he'll : / ;:
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S' put F==:
|l's ida) Federation of. Women's I Dopp. Jonathan Jackson and Lee' 1 I Restaurant honoringMrs. instruction. up a terrific fight. Hungry coyo- {

Cltrba Goddard. !1 Spinks. and attending with When the business session had ;< tes, Robinson said, often far

.. & -- -- .-- --- .- '- -'- I her were Mrs. Clemmie Hord of., been completed a presentation of J' out of their weight class go to I j ji Pen G pencil set -=
;Ft. Meyers. vice-president: Mis. < gifts was held during which lovely ,, tackle antlered deer elk I UK
an
liir/ira or gold lcket ::==
/ Auxiliary Of VFW'Jleltl !i Jennie Gore from Miami, past''1' gifts were presented to the ;i I only to be slashed or trampled ito j $850 o'.
11 !I president; Mrs. Elizabeth Kraft president and guests. Mrs. Julia death. i S550 -=

Meeting Tuesday Night .. :,from ,Ft. Lauderdale also a past ; Knight, D.D.P., was also given a !, j -.!
president: Mrs. Thelma Rolls I| charming present from her lodge. The University of Mississippi !j 12-diomondducl (
( )
; The Ladies Auxiliary of Veter-|I iliary, in conjunction with the Kis.
Ins! of Foreign Wars held their.|I VFW Post is purchasing a piano i i president and Mrs. Julia Knight, ,:t. Today, Mrs. Spinks and her!;; letters in 1904 11 years after the | \ :.
!of Key West, district deputy pres- left for their _3
i i i guests respeclive .
&>clilar nvveting on November |for the Post Home, this article !hident'x : inaugural football season.It'DS 4soi 1
homes throughout the state.
9 at 8 p.m. at the Post Home on being a more than welcome ad- j I About twenty-five local Sistersof .after this splendid and enjoyable
Klitabeth $street with sixteenQtroibrrs junct. ;I II I DON'T HAVE MUCH FUti I II
I sxirk1mngVatera Lodge No. 14. the
visit to Sparkling Waters
,
and one new member A new member was inducted ban-I 1 I WHEN THEY HAVE \
in Kev West attended the
: No. 14. I
Lodge
prcK-nt. into the organization. Mrs. Ann 'j I I : LiiL< ? :fiiPOLLOCK'S
I Lluring the meeting plans were,,j Chambers who took her obliga- : CROSS eyesIt'smistaken
p rieited; for the Armistice Day ; tions of membership at themeeting U. S. ; States Embassy here the follow- !
PaymasterHas I
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Ball. which was held last night. and there were presenti ) ing names are found: Price, Cash I I belief! thifchildren
outgrow cross: I
indl which was eminently suc3 i also the Mesdames Vanessa Saunders I and Cheatham. {, Protect loved
eyes. your
,.ful and enjoyable. The Grand Mary Smith Daisy Curry: Price Price is Bartlett Price, Cash is i Ii one'from permanent disfigurement. n 11 u n I L I ITU i a "EXPERIENCED
Kj"vh was led by Major Hayes. Vera Wood. Edna R. Mira. Edith < Homer Cash Kay disbursing of- '!!. ; :: ; Safe Recon: '\ % V JCWCLLRS
CSMC, and Mrs. Hayes. The ( Whitney Edna Arthur, Obdulia fleer, and Clieatham is Marjorie' $structio Method often I{ iii' J FOR

data,ing was especially enjoyable, j Garcia. Nell Haury Mary Bryant j And Cash 1 L. Cheatham. Kay said: "Just a.,, successful in ONE DAY Over 6000 treated. WELES THREECENLHATIONS"

6ie' music being by Sam Korn Florence Solomon Ira !I I 'I I coincidence but certainly the FREE BOOCtEiwith' FUttipfo'matoaea II \ / 0.-: ,
jJruT lu* Kubs. t j Smith Priscilla Warnock. ROte; MOSCOW (..PI) Among the I rarest one in my experience and i i Ihi* Non-Pivtil: InttitDtMW., WrtS- V 508 ItJVAI. S1'REE1'

I. At UK meeting on November I Wild and Mary Cruz, and Miss five-rx-rswn pcr!" 'nnel of the dis- I I've been doing disbursing work CIOIII'I'OUNDAnOM. ,

tn-was announced that the Aux-j Beverly Arthur. i I I I bursin" ollice of the United I I for a long time. I Ii I tit Ck/yUM llD5.MOSONVlU-KCllt: I s. == ---_- -- -- ------. ===












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FRIDAY: NOVEMBER: 12. 1 !>l4x> THE KEY WEST CITIZEN P-AGS: SVZ\

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BASKETBALL LEAGUE I THEIR-- -. TEAM FIRST TO SIGN: FOR A BOWL GAME NEW YEAR'S--. --_... DAY- .- ,Gets The Best 1MIAMIA'1Citation I MAN OR MOOSE? :
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FORMED : ryt f.*. v
LAST NIGHT ti of all time, will enjoy the lux- t.: ..; : ..,-; .

$ -., :. ,., uries this winter at Hialeah witha t' J .
Four Club- In Two day and night watchman aj ,. ;t, : '"
j screened cage in front of his stall, ; ., sir.. tI ,

(:llu-M-:,; League Play 1 1I Senior Baseball .i : r # i : and the choice of the hay which .a.,.;.'.., ..' ','.: ;\ .-);I,
i Calumet Stable buys for its ;
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Will Start On I Ii I I j horses. I
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I
i rim..ml f'r :SO) ILeagueTo i Plav
C.e yx
Shorts
I / i Sports. I II
I At 8 p.m. last night at City j i 12; Games Sunday \

Hall, City Recreation Director i
Pete Maronic, brother of the I
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.i Paul G. Alhury called the met'ti i I I pro Philadelphia Eagles' guard,'

ing to order, and those present i I double Senior header baseball at league the Wickers to play I I Duke, is' one of the top prospects Ui2A.:

,I were: Fred Losley.! representingthe Field, Sunday. pn the' Villanova college fresh-
t I! mari team.' Us Is 'a 220-pound:
Driftwood Club; Kenneth i In the first game the Clowns
Solomon representing the Coca- and the American Lesion will !I tackle.

' Cola Five: Ut Skass-, Pollocks, cross bat: In this game fans will I
Jewelers; Jack Coster, Bub's see Danny Lastrcs: in action afteran Nine members of ViUanova's1
Spurt Sloop: Claude Valdez ElUs absence; of several months. tie I 1947-43 basketball'tpam are back
Club; Coach Junes of the High has been playms class C ball .nd bidding for varsity posts this! ]

School Representing the Junior is in good shape and he will show season. j I l
Varsity, and Nestor Castencda. B. some fancy fielding and hitting to '

Sweeting. G. Sweeting Henri- the local fans. The Villanova 1947-48 basketball J'
guez, and other interested fans. j I It is also rumored that the team composed entirely of
AP Newsfeatures
Clubs entered in the Class A I I American Legion may show some sophomores, was the highest
league were Coca-Cola BottlingCo. I! new/ faces. The Clowns will have : w.s 'J scoring aggregation in Wildcat I SPOKANE. Wash-Merwin Davidson an aluminum mill mechanic

Bob's Sport Shop Sonar i i j their same dub and Red Dean & ; history averaging 66 points per': posed for this picture to illustrate a nightmare he h dafter
School, and Pollocks Jewelers. may be the choice of Manager returning empty-handed from a moose-hunting expedition. .,
Class B Clubs are, Driftwood ;I Eugene Smith. : -! game. 1 The stuffed mOOl head in the driver's seat was bagged by>>

Club. Elks Club Boca Chica and another hunter.Bib .
forward of
ae Bartholome
Earl ,
Junior Varsity. (j In the second the Red Ai .. --
game y i the Minneapolis Millers of the -- '-
Coach Jones suggested that a Raiders will play the Atomic : Bear----- Vienna
1
I U. S. Hockey League is playinghis I Films In .
code be written up and a copy Bombers. The Bombers have just y + a ta.x
of hockey. i
16th
season pro
handed each manager so they sighted the target and last Sunday 8'bd' "IVY'y Er
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VIENNA i/l1) Carol nc2d.
} Defies ( --
know the rules and regulationsthat [ hit 14 safely good for 20 I First three-goal hat trick of !! Bullets who produced the British _IK
will *
the
govern league.A basis, and scattered into
ten sin- ,
film "Odd Man Out". i is now in
the U. S. Hockey League season
schedule for the practice gles and two doubles and
two .
II Warwick I GRAND JUNCTION Colo.-(,? Vienna wo king on another picture
was scored by Billy
will be
and
games drawnup published triples. Joe Mira Jack Villarealand '
I of the Ft. Worth ; -Frank Bernard "The Third Mjn.
' Saturday afternoon. Start- Santana each hit three right wing ; came back from wriU'n'by

ing Tuesday Nov. 15. two games ;t safely. !. at .,a.t n 3 r t Rangers against Tulsa. I( a deer hunting trip with a tall : The Graham screen Greene stwy was Joseph.Cwtton -
will be played and three on Wednesday I For Raiders bear ,
Acevedo. Gates and the
story- bear toi
I /Pi( ? Photos the American dar, plays" toe
I and and i Joe Grzibowski firststringcenter
Thursday nights ,
| Fishers Harvey, Alonzo Baker i prove it The bruin he'd shot lead. Austrian actors will tie
,r the same number the following Sutton, C. Valdez and Arango. THE SPECTACULAR PLAYING cf these Wake Forest College backs is one big reason why their for Syracuse University' the '
I weigned about 650 and used extensively in Itni| ;?
week. The league will start playon have been practicing hard forthis is No. 5 man in the varsity; hell pounds
team tcs been chosen to play in the scccnd annual Dixie Bowl.game at Birmingham Ala. New was feet long.
seven
! Tuesday made, Nov.a motion 30.Coster to let the j the game box and with it may Mitchell be Bakerin I, Year's Day. Dill Gregus (left) is a pawcrful e-bustir.g! halfback from Toledo. O. Tom FeJzer during the spring.In Bernard said the big animal I More than 1.000 Judents wiH i

w (right) ij one cf the team's top quarterbacks. He is from Reids ile. N, C. The Dixie Bowl management 1 was only 30 feet away when he obtain ski: instruction" at th-
league stay as is, and play with Browne in reserve. the
,E the clubs entered. If one falls out i The Bombers have Sweeting or I announced Tuesday that Wake Forest n as signed for the game. It ia the first major team I two Redskins games against in 1940, the fired his shot, the bullet strik- Syracuse University I'ki. .srbnej.
Washington
in the naficn to contract for a 1949 bowl battle. ing the bear in the nose. The bear and this winter.
then lodge
another club in. ,
F can come Lefty Vidal in line for mound could
, Steeling seconded the motion duty and Lefty Viday I .__ ____ ___ _______. Philadelphia Eagles gain charged, paying no attention to
saw service --- -- ------ ---- u h
the
only 54 by rushing I
i yard
second bullet into its
a drilling
and it carried.Referees with the West Palm I I The Basketball Asdnriifiun; of?
Beachand I
I ball)), but they gained 554 yards
HE'S THE "LINE11N) : OF THE WEEK side. Another hunter then shot
will be picked at a the Georgia State lk:: ue. I The Weather in the air. America has set up $70,000 pall
the bear in the foot, turning it
later date. Executive committee : p- T-" for the post-season ch.unpiuofiliP.!
I to one side, and Bernard's third
was named and Coach Jones was! CalendarSKATING I FORECASTKey In 26 contests, Stanford has shot broke its leg, ending its play-offs.
named chairman and Charles AII.ury Sports
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: ,wins Santa
notched 17 over rush.
i West enraged -
and Pedro Aguilar and Vicinity: Continued -I
memhers -
Clara. The Broncos have won Ted Webster Syracuse swim
fair weather with moderate
and Aguilar .
as secrt'tary.Thf" ,i eight. One game was tied. From Oct. 24, 1937 until Oct. ming mentor is couching hw
'
next meeting will be held on Bayview Park. Night I to fresh easterly winds thru Sat- <,
urday. : .. 3, 1944. the Washington Redskinswon 16th team fur the Orange.
i
November 26 7 a
Friday at p.m. i I -1IDAY j
This will he final meeting Florida: Fair thru Saturday except Navy basketball teams have straight games from the
flubs must bring in their ana for I Ifact i 7:30 to 9:00: p.m. I I partly cloudy along east M t +a asa won 26 games and lost eight since Philadelphia Eagles. i I The Philadelphia Eagles have

fees."Good. I ccest. Few scattered showersover Ben Carnevale took over the i won five of the I last six games
TENNISBayview east:: coast. Warmer norwest \,- coaching job before the 1946-47 Read the Classified Ads in The played against the Washington

Park. Afternoonsand and extreme north portions. t campaign. Citizen. Kedskins.You .
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Shot"Costs t -- --- -- -- -- -
Nights Jacksonville through Florida
w ,1
Daily play.SIIUFFI.EHOARU. Straits. Moderate:: northeast to
east semis thru Saturday except
$56 I occasionally fresh in south por- .
tion. Partly cloudy weather with ,
PINE GROVE Pa.-It was a' (Bayview Park) widely scattered light showers in Invitedto
good shot that got two birds for Daily play..SENIOR. south )portion. are Cordially

Charles E. Levan, 25, recently. East Gulf: Moderate northeastto
but it wasn't a lucky shot. The i BASEBALL I east winds thru Saturday. Fair
Game Warden saw Levan get Municipal Stadium. Afternojn weather.No Our

two pheasants with one shot butt I SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14- small craft or storm warn-

as. pheasant shooting was outofj i First Game-Key West Clownsvs. ings have been issued. i
M'awn. it cost Levan $50. i American Legion. iJ J
I Second Game-Red Raiders vs. REPORT I
;I Atomic Bombers. Kt-y West, Fla., Nov. 12, 1948 Formal

I How They Stand 1 SUNDAY First Game NOV.-Red 28-Raiders vs. (Observation; 8:30 token a.m., at EST City) Office. Opening .. .'

,! Key West Clowns. Temperatures !
Second Game-American Legion Highest yesterday:; 83 .
LOCAL BASEBALL ( vs. Atomic Bombers. Lowest last night 76

Key West Senior Baseball League SUNDAY NOV. 21- Mean temperature 80 .:.
(Municipal Stadium) '. First Game-Key West Clownsvs. Normal. ... ... .75 a TONIGHT at 7 o'clock
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Club- W. L. Pet.! Atomic Bombers. Precipitation
i Total last 24 hours .00 ins.I .
Key West Clowns 3 0 1.000] Second Game-Red Raiders vs.
American Legion. I Total this month .11 ins.
Sled Raiders 2 1 ..667 Deficiency this month 1.04 i in. A count will be taken at our door. The person who is lucky enoughto

Atomic Bomber Legion; 0 1 2 3 .000.333Imt'rt'an Subscribe To The Citizen. I Total this year 45.72: i iEXIXI.E ins be counted 100 200. 300 etc., will receive ono of the following gills

this 10-2.4 Ins.
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GUESSING AGAIN! Relative 1 8:30 Humidity.a.m. Everyone Gets A Free Gift;

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Regardless of Wlierrv'orr
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( Level), 8:30 a.m. I I .w Wirvphoto .
by Mnn9 and Frank Eck .19.08 ins.-1019.3 ins. 1 I Enter the Store

Tomorrow's Almanac I i LOU HOITSMA (above). who plays end for the College of William -

'" Sum i ise 6:42: a.m. and Mary at Williamsburg. Va.. was chosen "Lineman of
COLUMBIA to beat NAVY Sunset 5:41 p.m.II i the Week" in the national p_;1 by the Associated Press. He Th, lOOlh Person Will Receive .

o1+er pR NO q MoonriM- 3:54: pjn. I won the honor for scoring the touchdown that tied North Carolina BIG BEN ALARM CLOCK
I I '
oGATE fr O q9 Morn r t ... 3:49 7 to 7 last '' : '
Ye N a.tn'1 l I Saturday.Scent's
200th c'
R ,( Q Ct J i yQ do _ __ __ The Person Will Receive :.
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TIDES) ;; I ELGIN AMERICAN COMPACTThe ',
% Be sure to nxk dried fruit in

Naval Base) I (iclicviiigDETUOITtli 1 the wtter in, whit-li.' it uas soaked 300th Person Will Receive .V
I Tomorrow RONSON CIGARETTE: LIGHTER: : { .
so ns't-i utilve ''Ii.IU ,iliic<< nutrients
Time
Standard
(Eastern )
I' I !: -Cuitch Bo ..lfeI .
High Low" I i ii The 400th Person Will Receive .
I I Millin of tih- Detroit Limof: :
; \ //e Ji-00: a.m. 1:31: ajn. J i I WAFFLE IRON DOUBLE( :
1E
( R NI pURD Q 7.47 pm. 1:25: p.m. the National; KixHlwdl Ll.u..1 '- ,
Vt pea to n'P' 3 v 0 ee I want all his second gut.rls!: Indo i i M r-kll I The 500th Person Will Receive .
TIDE DATA II their "quartcrlKirk'nn fioni
ADDITIONAL ___ I PROCTOR TOASTERThe
' JR a fir>t-hand knowiedae. Sav.B ':
(Reference Station; Key West)
Ir I
N O tom. x9 I Time of) Height of I "1 don't mind if our critics speakon r ,/ \ + 600th Person Will Receive .
I
\ j StationTide high water i, what they see for thi-m !v't., SIIAEFFER. .: PEN AM PENCIL: SET
from the stands. But when tht-v
kERAS.KA I I Rshia Il.nda ]i I
.! stay away and talk strictly IKHII\ I The 700th Person Will Receive .
-Oh 0.0ft
yQ o P j (bridge) 10m
1 No Name Key (] hearsay." that ;kAs my dandrrlup. Easiest way to SET OF IOPUCE'EUtU: : \' COOKWARE: { :

i1iqi/ M&titi 1 (east end) 4 2h 20m |I -- I The lOath Person Will Receive .
j Boca Chica | !
... loveliest rooms
I I tSandy Point)-Oh 40m j i Dick Buff It-y. S\ I :.lli. i.ukl-] FLINT KITCHEN SET:
6 9 is the lii-ni"-t fi i ado i mi t'n-" I :
j Caldcs Channel i iJ I: OrangiStiu, il lie ,' si i The 900th Person Will Receive .
(nol tII end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. .
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I NOTE: The 1000th Person Will Receive ,
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i i to be subtracted. j ji ,h 1is i GENUINE SUNBEAM MIXMASTERIF ( .

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4i/ I I be added. I Expertssrllllis THE CROWD EXCEEDS 1000 WE WILL AWARD -ADDITIONAL GIFTS "

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NEW YORK-pj.-Three of Aina crl'=.lir"lilt t ..,,11.MAa l.rn NilhIrmafna r'rn. : tI'Ja tyAlt I II Special; Door Prizes Free Gifts;
pafwallet( i. Ih1. I/Ilai ling h I
the MX !National Hockey League war of Ihr marbanir ., iat rr"fiRC 1 Refreshments
sari r"rliRZ. joo'" mrN hYial .
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captains.
this by new I.
season 1r /ppwrlawitir. isthr
hq ..r sect ..... Arr erecter. 'h,.R .thrifts Kem-Ton ,
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WASN1NGTn jyer w err nr awl .iti. )wawQ mYa.'I'rw unbeatable! Ono coat
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STATE I Ted Kennedy is captain of to fnrlhrr '.Ar rdui-a- coders wallpaper: .
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'Ibrarc : lhat paint plaster.
l: j > cIr 'i Paul Sher
the Toronto Maple Leats. Milt ...prrirarr ..ith .,ash ...h'", i One hour drying. ;+ J JEWELERNEW
Schmidt of Boston, Neil Colville 1'hr.'rc ...r..il. from mJKanJi"iBlv. ., No"paint"afor!
i 1..1ew!' York and Sid Abel of I'mil 11.11. all =ln>nlthrm i I

Dftioit are the holdovers.Bob ......, .h......Erotica. 1'10.. fj arc rtami..wnrwr fiIkr ;;- | Thompson Enterprises. Inc. i iI
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i sit.' track and cross-country I. Miami fla. I I j jJ

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fAGE EIGHT H THE KEY WEST CITIZEN -- I
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(Continued CRIMINAL From COURT;Page One) \ ( Gets Cilalicm[ |! industry.Dunn:; World War" LI. :0.1.. -". n I

I dez was called tn cave dui\ in '
W '' fined $100 and costs. Sentence
was | the U. S. Navy arid M-IMII i I iv.'.
rAI/e./ 1'-- was deferred by the court. : '
kl From Interior DcparlmenlIxMal years on combat and ness n.m-"
\ I Lionel B. Sheppard who pleaded |: hat :hip in the Paciiic ,\It.... lie
EEN7i -
By Wade Miller guilty to drunken driving was 'M.-IS hn:.pitali7c t 18 months due
fined $150 and costa Man Contributes!' j| to amusereceived while on
I Ills and knowledgeof I duty i'i tin- I'arilir'
i Chapter !T11tERE 1 today? Or did Master's men lose i Walter James smiled. "'I hateto Manuel Santana pleaded guilty To llc t Inh>r.>:-I4! I Southern experience Waters was invaluable Upon disability:: :! set oi i... -it,

was be supposed to i him. toot get shot to little bits just so to assault and battery for at1Ma..y aid on several fishery investigations from the Fish and Wildiu So-i
i "Oatadoob: Mb Matter's doing you'd have somebody to grill I Of Government I II UI ..
II. Hall with Mrnendez returned t Kcvi
meet your asked Clapp. an of high importance. i vice
A.! r good job. TIM :Mexicans and Clapp. I' I
That's the cratr pack Siinatt a couple of F.R.I. men surroundedthe Clapp stood up. rrhenfif a lot ice pick and a knife and was Of United Stair I While serving on the F. W. S. i, West whcrr hr now makes tiui

; I House at three_ o'clock. I got Devil' Bar this afternoon and of things a guy doesrt eel like fined $50 and cosU. laboratory Ship the "Pelican" i huincvy.vnmvvYYvvvvvvv.
9t" there at three but .be wmnt :closed in like clockwork. But the doing. I didn't feel like suspending The following is a list of the Today Joseph L. Menemlcz, an important 1 investigation for - -
kicked the whole Felix from the farce ; t : vvvvt
this
dement
i human for the shrimp industry dep
: ; who resides at 1419 Thompson
and jurors
around I waited till four thing m the seat of the pants. morning and getting. together anIndictment. nets were put oJt j STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE: :
sea shrimp in
-.A 1. teun-uqo beauty ooloa: an a I'nb&\ k to his house. He wasn't .When Esteban Luz saw he was ." Raymon Puebla Milton C. street received Citation and
there, I took Kevin out to din Roberts Charles V. Lund. George the U. S; one hundred fathoms of water. j TRIUMPH i iI
bpi Olqanized. : by girls wl.o mount so trapped, he blew his brains out. "Felix? What's the story? Honor Award from .
10 themselves ner. The Sunset House had :Nice neat suicide with witnesses." "The usual one" said Clapp V. PerpalL William 1L Reardon, Department of the Interior. Jumbo shrimp ten inches long j (; I II
keep I
hop to
looked like a nice place so I took Walter James sat down on the slowly. "Good cop goes bad for Abelardo Boza. Charles S. Maloney This award is in recognition of were caught and tagged at various I TIE: -
charm. her-there. God what a thing to window sill and laughed silently, fifty dollars a month extra. I puta I Joseph P. Ladd Earl E. Menendez's contribution to the JI points in the Gulf ot Mexico I

Each week the qiils can qct ,' do! 'helplessly. "An just think-Dr. check on the switchboard for I Baker Bert P. Garnctt. Norman best interests of the Government and in the Atlantic Ocean to determine -:I at
That's the way things happen. Boone's home getting a good all Tijuana calls and we caught I I habits. 7hs:
a together and help make each!I I' I Baker., E. P. Johnson.. Raul A. ,I of the United States by faithful migration Grocer
till
'But hasn't ended
James, Clapp said. your night's steep. He up Felix trying to tip off Luz about and other scientific investigations ''
i Carbonell, Austin de Stolfe, W. and excellent service in the Fish
other qlamorous. Mary can be 'story checks. as a corpse." the raid." Infuriated, he spat out, i have to be of greats I .uuasu.a.uaas.Aag.
B. Currv, Robert D. Morgan. M. and Wildlife Service, U. S. De- proven
the momCUJ $t. Suzie tho rlicnv Walter James sat erect. "Whatdo "Cheer up. James.X cither havewe. "He didn't even have SE'n"e I '''
checks?" ." enough to use an outside phone!" j J. Louis Eisner.: John A. Lend partment of the Interior. I
mean-
pooer. J..ie J i tho wave" sett-'. you Walter James hit Clapp's "I M. Arlhm !.. The honor award presented -
"Oh. don't off half-cocked "It's getting closer. Tomorrowyou arm Joseph Frogs was
The new combs which come; at this time of RO morning. Maslar' can check up on who left the gently with the back of his hind. I Curry. by Gerald F. Baker Manager 1

equipped with Icn.-r; .for cut put a man on Gilbert today just lights on in my apartment. And "I'm sorry, Clapp.. It's nothingyou John N.'TI n-.pson; Josenh N. of the South Florida Wildlife
tinq hair ccn b? used it7ci\ side. Gilbert who started shooting from across could help"Walter behalf of the I
to be on the safe; E-quinaldn.. Allen Monrs.: Refuges, in Depart- Ii
ly even by t enage bOJh Js. went out to the Sunset House at the alley about seven o'clock James snapped his fin- Frank De Arma*. V..V'dm.- ment. II'
'It is a simple too lo pin curl firo o'clock. The tail lost him when I was about to walk in." gers. "On this Gilbert!: killing, Hulicrt Cruz. Willi-urt S"Yf'r ," Mencnclcz was born at Key t I
might nose into Dr. Honiface's son
his hand flat you
slammed on
tar.tecn-aqcr's hair. Most: of there and sat around waiting for Clapp West: and attended. Monroe
movements this afternoon"Clapp Charles T. Archer George
them rumple hairdo him to show again At three the desk blotter. "Not again!I" i
wear a o'clock he saw you come in and Walter James gave him a sar- raised his heavy eye M. Sawyer, William C" irl with a sliqht curl at the ends. ; behind brows. "Something stirring?" Chief Engineer i in the Monroe '
start looking around for the old donic grin. "From a fencein Lout S>)ldHao. Paul Vernon
--- -- man. That's alL"That's the used car lot in back of the "I'm pretty sure he was hang- Lowe Jr.. Armando Avila. J.et County Ferry Department. i
Serra Apartments. The shot came ing around Sunset House.' And In 1925' Menendez enlisted in
all? What was Gilbert S. Darnels, Hilton R. Curry. KarlO. Ii
I window and I'm not forgetting that he's a big, ,
1 doing at Sunset House an hour through the rear either." Thompson Claude R. Soon the U. S. Navy serving; on active
supposed to nail me when 1 healthy man. v.
was
before he was supposed to meetme and! inactive status to 1937.
made ders. James E. Steilint Malcolm\
door and stood in the Clapp a note on his desk
opened
my
f-- there? In 1937 Menendez accepted the
light. Luckily. I caught on. I pad. "Okay. Roberts and Miguel Quesadi. I
Clapp spread his hands. "How never leave my lights burning. Walter James roused himself"I position of Marine Diesel Engineer ,,, 3 Books packed
am I to know? The man's dead Clapp said "I'll send Jim out think I'll see if Kevin's in and with the Fishery Division la
now." first thing in the morning. shape to go home." Apply To f'ed : of the Fish and Wildlife Servce with Values mean
J IA the slender detec- "James." ----I
"Sure. said The -
"Just don't wake me up. : -- --- ---- -
tive bitterly. "He was pushedover landlady's pretty nosy. There's an I "What?" An application for a marriage I iC
the cliff between two and off chance she may have seen "I'll do my darnedest to keep license was filed yesterday in \\c\\ More things
three o'clock. He was keeping an ,something. You can at least dig her fathers connection with this the office of County Jude Raymond go the FASTEST; way to I
appointment with somebody besides the slug out of the woodwork if marijuana ring undercover. She R. Lord) by Leroy A.
d me. You know the question your prowl men haven't done it doesn't know anything obviously Roberts 43. of 1022 Gnnnell choose from 1
M\\'hO- I already. I'm ready to guaranteethat and I can probably keep the investigation 47 minutes to
street and Amc o Clay 47, of the
I Did Maslar's bright boy see it's a .%5 caliber from the away from her. And ;
anybody out there who answered other gun of the set I gave toHaL" definitely out of the" papers." Jefferson Hotel. MIAMIU.ILY e More for your I Ito

I to Dr. Boone's description?" "Thanks, Clapp. 1------------- .
"A big healthy man?" asked The big man smiled and closed money II
fai I Clapp sarcastically. "They were .JAMES, maybe you shouldn't his eyes for a second. "Just take CHRISTMAS rt.+ r I
thein droves, including a state been in such a hurry to good care of the girL I like her.
i senator. That isn't much to go on. finish off John Darmer and young "I like Kevin, too. More than SERVICE;
I I'm big and used to be healthy Esteban.Luz. you would ever believe" said TOYSNOW _
I Walter James soberly. "As soonas __
myself. Walter James's face was im- a
"It's all we've got to go on." passive. "I don't -know whatyou're this Dr. Boone thing is finished ON DISPLAYUse CALL 1084firyourtrai ..:-
snapped Walter James. "Unlessyou talking about""I I'm going to marry her and take el agent : -
can make the Mexicans wish you'd thought twice her back to Atlanta. I promise Our Convenient 1 atsk
----I wring something more out of about it. They might have been I'll take good care of her. LAY-A-WAY PLANt! C'
AU you do in thai ccse is make MI?. I suooose he Cot hauled in able to tell us something." (T. be continued 11 1 COMe I NOR
a row of pin : = [ [ 1
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the head. In order t ID moke: !

them come out facinq Iron! ir The Hobby Shop r 11 I :: .. 't', 1560

the same direction you wil!! 10... : [
hove to break the direction o' "- 1105 Division St. Phone 91 II I i A

the curl behind either ear I I A. :

This. advises one hairdresser __.-- I ,
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is the easiest way to hide the ;

curl break-it will not show at
THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES
the ear.

All that b needed for the i .-- -- -
: Located in the Heart of 'the City
shampoo is a good: pure soap-
liquid cake or l'II'am-and a e '. RATES DAA1I1C WRITE or WIRE
r REASONABLE IXUUillO l for SIMONTON and FLEMING STREETSI
spray for ringing puipusos. No <' 'i : RESERVATIONS
hairdo will look pretty unless "Wi: 11. with, BATH and TELEPHONE

every uperk of :nap removed.. .
Biunettes like. vinegar rinses Ford P MillerHotel\'
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particularly tarragon vinegar for \ .. .t ;."\''". ors inb I PEARLMAN"S I

red highlights it gives, blunder .t '>' k hotel lintel) I
choose; the I..mun or camomile
rinses. (0 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st AT*. 229 NE. 1st Ave I I

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80 Rooms' 100 RoomsElevator :: INCORPOitAiwaI
Few tccn-ascrs wear,, red nail 30) Rooms
.. ElevatorSolarium I I
These
polishes for every day use.
are used for patties and specialoccasions Heated Elevat.rI ; STOKE; OF Qt .1L17'I" I II Ii

: only. Lighter shades of 1 # aS 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION I i I
a 'r West's LADIES'. MISSES'
< 4xk Key Largest and CHILDREN'S Store
j rtd-pink and cwt tones-are I ; I I
worn though: manv girls prefer I
the colorless polishes.In : I i i! I
event the job of manicuring LEWINSKY'S' J I I II
any /c;:
nails will not *>" ton much :1.T: I J/3r Tiim t
ofii chore for the girl who is I I -
Iclesatcd" IT that j j.h.i Cuticle' I

ale not cut any more both !fur. the '1. SPECIALS! I I ... A to Give Some II I Ii

sake. of .health Emery ami boards appeal; which acre are oitbenml. i 4 II I Ii

kinder to the nrt.l; slv.-ild be use i thought to your I II

in prcfeience( to steel files. I I Ii

:Pedicures need not l he given asa '
i Selection ofChristmas !
-wgular roi'tir.c. But the tnenalts.Fhould <
T TROPICAL
WOBSTEDTAN I I II
te prcttt't-il up a'least
once a month. Filmi and I

cQttim of coui'c. nil" kdom i *" I f I Ii
mine 1 frequentlyToo nailal '
ways should be rut wrauhl i I!

across and not rounded at thi SUITSI I I Gifts I I I.I I.

corners which will cauM ingrown!

tornails. Some girls prefer to do I M MI
their nails forasiei handhnlf I
own
I j Thi- Store Has 5hc..,;:d fcr::: KonthTo: :>> Prepare for Yor' I II IOn
.. .- < '" '.- &f the Largest Assortments ctTnvs
If a locnail; dues bet"ome ingrown j

several home<< treatments S PEE DIN I C T H EMAIL I A hril">P arrives at Grand Palals (background) in Paris I
can-he employed) to help straighten .55tlb letter from Lord Mayor of London to Paris Municipal President. Letter, by Jet plane from I H'I I \'<\ I PlUt.! +hTI, cassdi NIIVER.TY :I Ii II

1 out the<< nail. An emery board London, reached Paris official 46i! minutes after it was dispatched. I $$37 50 I
rubbed down thl"'r.tl'r of the 81.1.111'[ :: I G T ETlEftttS

rwl will c.u c a sr H.ve that will TUJUJSU( SIX OTHER[ e<;niv: i I
lie filled in by the nail srowine
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towards the c ntel- lV cut in C lult Xr: A"i""tIi.A !
were not sentenced to die. Others Single and Double Breasted rll.t'flf'
the nail from the tip at the middle 'I 1
remarked that they thought the I
another effective Large: Selection
nail
of the w Beautiful Negligee .Gown
Tourt: should not have imposed VALUE $49.50 From Which To Choosel.a1li1'i
treatment- i Sets House Coals and
One but advantage of a group death sentences, but the greater / I Robes I

fitting together to help beautify number of Japanese merely expressed ___ mercasFuture t I
unel Mt$ ,, .
themeetvcs I* that each girl can I sorrow.A
profit by the adlIaen by amember !! representative from India MEN'S and BOYS' !hsslll'1'Ilir'f; s

of her ....n crowd who is I who scrvel among the tri judg-- Depends I I f.fVfJV.Si I,/ I
approxMwatrly her own .ltc. This I es, wrote a dissenting opinion oft ) I A Truly Attractive
will tictp keep hrt Doomed m I 1.200: words. He thought the I SWEATERSGroup I i Assortment in Swiss
the artisan "* hi !**. yet in : findings of the court were too se *ii'lff9:"-' lr.rrijfio" end Linen Domcitic {
suited to her vere. i AmericasSchools i .Lanch!::>n. Bridge and and Imported I
at)tea wtuch ill e 11 r on
,
will take ad- : Dinner SetsEmbroidered
alrls I
Many 3.50
typ* A 1.95 Value I
I Pillow
vkt from a girl l"cnl t but wl"mrnt Pretty wool and other fabric
that offered !h> iTiothir.juntie stoics have entered the fashion Value 4.90Mens' I Ceres end Sheets {01 II /\.1./. ,,/ \0 f/!....
I B 2.95
Group .
ur grant Yo !ho ..I t.-n are ', picture. You can make a pretty i Towel 1 Sets Too Numerous to Mention

)u.t.t.. ",old fa..hl..n< .I." sea ui 1'1-1'! I one at home of bright wool or i I I

.... to the b T) .rtYw other material.I I

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14ri I I Advertisements. Garbardine Robes I
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la|care arty el this wilts paper Vivian about Brow newt SANTA CLAUS 'HAS I i-: Irfi arras I'I Here Yea Will Always Find A Large Assortment cf t

.< y ur own gang ) JUST DELIVERED $9.95 Value': 514.95 I II I
I POLL PARROT and SUNDIAL for BOYS and GIRLS i iI

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1 Rth! I.\ \C t:11\; : iOROSCOPE DOLL! !
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.. I LET'S MAKE OUR SCHOOLS STRONG TRIM TREAD STYLE STRIDE PORTRAIT :
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(Cuntinurd /-'e;r tin I'rnnilnLEWINSKY'S: Fora 1\1lIIU': CHARMTONE for WOMEN
and her alelhUhave ar
army. Little GUI's Birthday"I'nf II I
itfkhtMtftal 1 two mtlli.in four hun AMERICAN EDUCATION I WEEK I II
cirrd thousand Our Lay-Array Plan I I
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from the UnitecStatr SHOPMEN'S I HABIT of SHOPPING at ,
A delegate NOVEMBER 7 113ADAMS' i

*wan dcctar occur that till Ru no.&ia disarmament show:- TROPICAL TRADER 526 STREET DUVAL Phone 146 !I
DAIRY 1
a da po itK>n for peace instead of I PEALMA'I:t
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agcresaioa M to st present 2401 Sidnbrg A nue Telephone 455 II I

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