The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00249
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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VOL. 'LX1X.- --' No. 271 KEY WEST. FLOniD \. -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1918 ;mCE..IVECElI.7i

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I'o.t AN ScrrclarvPARIS. J I President Truman accompanied by' his wife and daughter and
rx ? .o members of his official party. left at 7:20 LIDo today ea a trip that
'1'" 71.e 4.+wriated rr..t 50. ww r
i. e Nov. JS.....SiTretary of e 'vw tw will take them to Fort Jefferson on Dry Tortugu.
4 I fJ I II It The President boarded his yacht' the WUlianubar. shortly' after

Stole Marshall. todqy promptly 7 a.m.. walking from the Little White House and joining Mn. Truman -
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domed a story published in a and his daughter at breakfast. Soon after the WiUianuburg

ti tia left the wharf and began the trip to Fort Jefferson.
Paris paper that he intended to
i President Truman was expected to return to the Jeer West

; resign as heart) of the Department Naval Station at about 6 p.m. or a little later. He wanted the df

of State of the United States. I to pass quietly sailing to see the old fortress and rKIm,.

Marshall asserted that he has .;. Mrs. Truman and her daughter arrived in Key' West shortly

never discussed: the question with -| = an flfip- iffffi -j *M2..yy_ ...... ? ._-.... t T_ r after 4 p.m. They wet to Miami by' railroad train. From Miami

President Truman. I\Virephoio i they motored down Overseas Highway in a car driven by' Secret

The story is thought to have jI I Sel'Y'ca men. )y.
WATER SWIRLS AROUND the No. I gun turret of the much-bcmbcd naval cruiser Pensacola : They were met at Miami by
\been an outgrowth of rumors in
"COQ 123". and erected the
after a torpedo had blown off her bow in exercises by the first Task Fleet off the coast of i iWashing.'an. Captain Denmsson, USN. thePrf'Sid'nt's .
the United States that' Marshallwill newspapermen and pMlnara
j : The old vessel sank later. This pic lure was made from an observation plane. naval aide He accompanied -
resign at the end of President the President's wife and ers assembled there."I .

Truman's present term next -- -- __ u_ daughter to the Little White just: wanted to see how you
were, getting along" Mad the
louse here. The President met
II .January 20. APPROVES'OF the pair at the doorway of the President, smiling broadly. "Are
In the Paris NAVY "
some respects,
SuggestReopening house, and escorted them inside. they treating you men weft!

story followed the pattern of The President announced that He was assured that "they"

stories that had appeared in Mrs. Truman and his daughter were treating them writ Hi-

(.P \Ytrephniot American "ewspapers or in Big would remain her- ab-,)rd the joked with several newspapermen
broadcasts from American stations WATERWAY : WiHiamsburg! while he continued and signed two photograph.

HIDEKI TOJO (right). Japan's wartime premier walks past a to the effect that he wishedto to live in the Little White House. that were handed him by two

guard in leaving the court room after a sessicn of his trial i elere retire to private life. Four Sessions Mrs. Truman and Margaret Tru- correspondents, who explainer

i the International Military Tribunal in Tokyo. The verdict TO KY WEST man will have their meals with|: that well-wishers had requested

in the long trial of Tojo and 24 other defendants was read yes. the President at the Little White I I the signature of the President.

t i. terday. Lale BulletinsNO 1 Disens.ion) Of Western House. The Chief Executive waa attired
Yesterday the President strolled I in slacks and
t' : tan an copn
lay Tye .'+--Ia' rreo..1 FridayAt Berlin Ulorkuilc Ma into Press Headquarters collar shirt to match and aiv kd
i known in Naval parlance as (Continued On Page S>t x|

Ilif ,Longs horemen Go) On MAN'S 'LAND vets.. "" ff rival nfl W Baptist Church I. I'wstra4r-Rus.ial i. ._. .. _, __ .-_ r .. -...-*.- -- '... fir

PARIS. Moderator Bunche Here r To Reconsider Action : Newsmen With President

of the United Nations on the Pal :, Mission To I.
(try Tb .1...wriw.rd t're..l
Wildcat Strike Along estine question suggested today Sixth; Naval DiHrirlTII I
i that a No Man's Land be agreed PARIS. Nov. 13. Secretary

I Ion I' between Jews and Egyptians ISe{ |HI'prl'"I'III"11! General Trygve Lie of the United Given Party Last Night;

in the northern area of that coun- '1 Cost $19,000 Nations and other UN officers
U.S. EasternSeaboard I i try where there hare been frequent Al United Slate: Arim 1 suggested
today that the Bic
ii i clashes. It was said that the I It 'Attended DinnerThe
Egyptians favored the proposal EIIin.'I; hearing Will l n iA Tv oSiorConcrete Four resume sessions to discuss
t I:but that the Jews the blockade of western Berlin.
; ;i/ I Is Tied; !',. ; were against it The U. S. Navy has approved of : lUockI I
1 ..S7fiji// *;; because it would cnUil their re- They expressed the opinion newspaper press:: ;ISMICII' ; i 1 II" "
1 1 the construction of the !ntertracr -
linquishing much territory' they that other conferences lion CfM-respondenLs. the newspapel'men. -|
I OilierIVrmil may result dinner La Concha Hotel in 11w1 -
4iililiu. at
( On 1)111; had gained in recent fighting. ,<< tal Waterway from Bahio _; photographers radio
1 lit in
'j 7'earIu'ralllr'sAt a Russian order to lift the Rainbow Room which inrfaidolconch
I Honda to Key West it was announced .- 1.1 I | 1 I bluckade. and secret service; agents here!I chowder. stone crabs turtle -

(:u"/ 7:30 A.M EST WOMEN ACTIVE yesterday; at tmKey First reaction of United States with President, Truman thoroughly steak. The dinner started :
I HARTFORD. Connecticut West; Naval Base.Naval Building p"rmits totalinc! $;jlS31. 'and Great Britain delegates to enjoyed themselves last night/ i; 8:30: p.m. and was followed hy

\l-i \niiniiiueill'aili 5tatllO- it uyi.tlanta women will be Retire in politicsmore officers released astatement l. including the construction ol the recommendation was that the as guests of the citizens of Key!! cocktails. The gathering consumed .
:: .\ 52 than usual GoTtrnor-elect. .: blockade be lifted before the Big West.' i i i '
I: from the chief Na- a building for tho Baptist: Cuban : I 712 stone crab claws.
<....l'. 'IMi eI'niliar .\ugusta 5.5; Chester B wes said:: today. State of Four confer further. Fourteen women with the1
44Lirminzharn val Operations Washington advising Mission were issued ciurin the newsmen on the President's: trip!! The *nly invited guest at UK
i, I Billings Democratic Leader John Bailey. ;::: : French delegates said they :. \
I: ;:...-* I lllismark 20 : in the Coffee Shop of the La Adams and Frank Bentley. churl
statement said that women will Errol V. Sawyer.
Naval District "that
"I'rrihl; .' fur Ship.IM I n,, tln. 51)I )., be appointed es state commission- the completionof The Baptist Cuban Mi.v-ion ; Russian delegates declared that Concha Hotel. The party was man of the Board of Monr.
project will be of advantage .
\ a.. .._....... ..n.n I Buffalo 42 :'. ers and will be actively represented to the Navy in the event- will be' I III would be an easy matter to arranged by Mrs. Joseph Short County Commissionsrs.: .
Charleston S0:) a two-story have the whose husband with: the Baltimore The newsmen had aU said IK
:NEW YORK. N..... 13 -[...ng.li I in the spe keu' bureau. the of ; blockade lifted if the : is
requirements hauling
I )I Chicago: so >: are block structure costing/ $19.000.!: I western powers withdrew their Sun. forehand that they did nit w.n!
,. beyond the traffic of
-- .no'n alone the eastern sea Corpus Christi fil<> I FIRST MATTERS density the other permits: issued were: currency from circulation in Berlin. The mam party was a tag; affair to hear any *peaches, and woukl I
I.....'l ..1 the United States, went Denver 31)) loading/ that can be handled by The Standard Oil Company is : so the women had to dine; prefer to be alone. So the eww'
a WASHINGTON. Democratic the highway the
..i i wifchat strike today Detroit 42 over erecting nine oil tank" ; and a garage i by thvmsclvcs. rr-Utce. headed by Everett RiMKli
J walkouts El Paso 35": "leaders said today that questions Florida Keys. building at 9(114( Caroline Ninety-three men sot down t.. Continued On Pace Six)
veal days by
t 1'd Ft. Worth 51 :: that will come up early in the It is I expelled/ here that if and street at a cost of $8,000. t W.\ S. Bassert: f Jr.I .
I -njfc>.. *mn tie I up shippiru in 81st congress will deal with the when a hearing is held by the U. I if w it
I Clalvest'wi
New .....rk .in-l nustun.l but too CG'Kansas / removal of the tax on margarine. S. Armv Engineers that the 6th .
frame residence at a cost < f $ !I.- : l\o\v
oirirg home rule to: the Districtof Naval DI'I...t will have a represeetative < () ServiiijiTn Presidential Press Party
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rfitin rrvult m fij/XK CitY 30
iv > 000 at the corner of Von I'htstei
Columbia and providing an ex at the hearing.In
M..i,.klnrs hininiitHI idle and af- KEY WEST 78 I, and Whalton streets. I I
1, lrti .; thr tnlnMabmnl... Key West Airport 77 panded housing program.Burglars the Commiton a report to the chairman Rivrs. awl of Mr. and Mis. Lester Pierce ..,-- itrlr'i .IiliI1.1( I
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Oxi.>.b. i>f the American Kcdi.iiKNi Ix*. Angeles 5oLiair.vdle I,. Iiarliw.- WashinKtrin.. SiajorGncral \ ert" ting a frame, residcne. in Makes\ Trip To Havana Today

: ..( Lrfbur. to which the ;I'Men-Inn ::>Hi 71: I EnterTH E. Heyhttld t, chief of engineers. : Staples avenue between 5th and .......,...1 '....10.i.r",
s-tstrv that elrinnel 90 6th streets at a cost of 8000. GREAT; ; LAKES PI.' N.V. : It
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a Sixty n'-v-spjipfrm'-n. phot'r57.ber. c--1;
... ....,- units are allied Miami 73Minneapolis .
I- !! nlrn Alfred B. Leaman 716 Flcn-
1 vernier SlorcThieves feet wide awl seven feet deep William S. Rossi'r't. JI' aviation .-< mH. 'thT5: here with
old tadav that no specific com4. 22 ; JOlt street IS remodeling: it biiild- .JIm. The President promi-f'd (lot
from Moan! to Key We- wr.i:!ci'cost 1 ordnanrcrrwn.( second ea.s.! USN. President Trum.-m'- ci' up flew t-
J | into .hid tarn made by the Memphis 491 iNew I (('. Ii i (In P..R.F'Hil. 1 have nothing to today. that
,bike I I :.HiMMit---- -- SISTOOO'I. with !$lll- .ntnn 1rnosM ) husband of Mis. Grate BohMTt ..l Havana this noon say
". 'N aers. KvifVntlv) : ttK-" hrcause.t ini New Orleans Yotk 56 5 : broke into the Tavernier ctrl unnU'iIlv needed: for maintenance 615! Fleming' street. K'JVP.ot.(; is Th"V vyrr. flown ..<...r in sp-- would make any news.
l 4 .vnipnthctHnature Drug Store at Tavermer in addition to the amount : n.TICKET now in Patrol "I ho that all coaM po i
: servma; ; Squadron rial of the Aerovia ClAir |Pt you ,
-.t f the miittimc. tarp <>n the PItI Norfolk S3: airplanes
n... Goal Oklahoma City 44 i some time last night it was reported now autlwri/vl. OFFICE : Seven based at the Naval AirStation. Line and when they reached to Havana," said the President
-:. today to the sherifrs Th" rhnnnci from Mi-imi tB i Argentia./:: Nr-wtound- Havana immediately became the other day. when. several of
RMlr iMl ittiirialx, announcedii.ii Omaha 22Pensacola '
nHI'l'. Roy Hamlin. deputy hia Honda has been built All : the newspapermen were' plan
ALL AIRLINES ftf the Cuban Tourist Commission -
Awl. embargo 46 l.ir.dBo I guests!:
pieced an
ttwr :-heiilf. went to inake an mvc tiuii tns-t remains to be done! t i- the : )>.., it cnteied the Naval KcrN.v nina: to go to Cuba. "You df rrv.-
.ofl all fr*itht ttet was t-ftnsigned/ Pittsburgh 4:i ,. (;: >n the minima: I Ii; was not chnnnel from. Bihia lion !1. r.K'v t ..v .10. 1 11t2.! m-l M-rt-iveH) Th the party were a rest such as rm &getting.

;''j: .i.-..i.,,I..M4tve'ry thi|" con either St N-mke Lriuis :34 41 i n-p ;t"d l chat had been stolen. We.-: Such a ch.snn-1 l w..1! PRICE TOURS I ln- ;M-I-II! :| 'i .nnittc) ::01,l (11-0.( N.'v.ilTi .' ,! ....JwHiilc n 'v.--mfn 1 tfi go.n-,n a sightser-infi:; "You made the same trip ....,'

'I ---- ------ -- COIIKlown) hen- con th. uulf si I 'I .... mina; Ontci. BitnhudZe. Md. 1 did and I
their campaigm.
i I'r-ed M TnWVM will ask the San Francisco 47 of tIe' Strait.,. and wouM Ix- p.-i 1 I --- mi als at the Sevilla-Biltniore. (Hot know it was very tiring tn jr i>ini
tected from v.-in-ls an 1 high. M--I;0 dubs not that wowW
slit. '-..r> :1. .. 1-. KIVC: him ""orneI.'f Seattle 44 -i. ;.n'I ;o t. several night say anything
The next -sU-p in the lonj oftot IIKLP \\ \YIlUJI.E{ : ) : J ; .-
Palace Theater iln"- t""UIf-t! he news while you're Bone.Vhrn
t- t.of' -I. 'ke that: lhre | : ( ( ( .
) i to have the!' channel < ompl!< t Tlwv will! return hv :airplane "\ are you going t.. h 4rti
!U' .- lurflt'i. .,nd Nafety of the Tampa M! AMI i i IM\L; :-; EDWARD G. ROBINSON and
led i J is the question cor 'fin.inc---! ; Ihiv.ina t'. iw aftT- Continued On Page StxRE
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,I.n.1* .4( eta> United Stilts ) Washington 4'! TV/INS GARAGEYour .huh i* n :ii.ittcr C..m4IC'etii.. ; Manager for Smell Hotel-Couple ARLENE FRANCIS in

Studebaker Dealer haxV> decideWindow: : *- \1.1.Jl: SONS-
Friendly I'.(). n( x on i
What Key West Has Been Waiting For! TELEPHONE 169 I Can Hold Other Position I- News and Shorts OPENING I

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RAUL'S CLUBON MASONIC NOTICE Wednesday. November 17th
Casa Cayo Hueso STRUMv LUMBER YARD Special communication of CHICKENSJust
TELEPHONE 816 anchor Lodge No. 182. F. & Like Mother Cooks .
FRENCH CUISINE \.M. Mcnday evening. NOT.IS. t Only Better. Rerl Sou I hern
DELICIOUS I 223 Ann Street Telephone 1502
by NADOU from PARIS Big{ Dunce unite; I 1943. at 6 o'clock. Fried with the SOUTHERN
Conferring of Master Mason HOSPITALITY FREE!

SPECIALTIES OF NORMANDY 10:00 Featuring P.M. TO 2:00 the A.M. MIAMI KEY WEST Decree'! in full dramatic form. GIFTS and FABRICSfor

Served la a FRENCH ATMOSPHERE All members and sojourners
DEBONAIRESAdmission. BARGE LINE. Inc. are in.:'ed to be present.
SCc Per Person I By crder: ,
PHONE \* .Tl liar,:#? Le'arPa GERALD ADAMS. W.M.

-- ,./....., \ 1111'l2.fi /or 1tff*>rrot'nni. -00:;:: Raul's 1 Club] I) !'217! : Miami. Sat.. A or. 13 Secretary. f NATCH!! t!

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:- ;lte i\ry! CfttonU "RIGHT ABOUT-FACE!" I Radio Programs '- :; Killed While :

rbu..4 i.. > Clt..t Sjr-.". fcr I t
L. r. '*T'' ''. ..._.. ..4 _w.. ... The Associated Press correspondentin BT The Associated Prtts W441akADNows Waving Goodbye.
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S _. rvT. ._'i ltatletnOwr 5tOI'Thu day i < ti) \
.. KeyVest sent out a
._ Ur.-a. an* Aan str t NETWORK PROGRAMS\
t p47 I'aI'J'' 'C.w.....n...r .n KW ...t and "t / HAMBURG, Pa.-As Mrs. Dor. I
National Chairman J. 1 Time eastern- ta"dard.-F.rct' V
Democratic t
.. M .1'P I\ quoting Wade Miller J
... tral s'a"dard s..btract ..e Ia.ar' fw By othy M. Lulevitch. holding her i

.IS.-;.;.. S, ..-:.. vr.I..rhb .. ... ...4 tlaaa matttr Howard McGrath about the "forgiving" .'.oaota.o. Some standard local Itatoos avbtract ella".e t.hours. il-month-old daughter, stood i :

.. '1"1un.. :.. PKKt '" l*"wr .f r*ly t. M t.ca> 8C...4n ..... Chapter,: said the Dig man. siifling Cs nreatra to pass tor wm-:?. laice inner
: : .10:wRL .er President Truman toward his ..... .
attitude of I .. front
L.an .t. pasgraoi ahaogt yard waving goodbye -
... A.Sd e.. l I. -v.lu."I! ly entitled to \' f\md-the I ; on the cushion what a lOOK at thuHe
f*. .f all .o to wa.
: came see
; you
-: :: &I ..,L.r t... r 4.--i la tfcia ; r. andr. political foes. afternoon t'js-rt-d it or to CT.aop.
.." .... last;; night Uo ana:: for work an approaching truck
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is good natured SATURDAY NOVIMBIXOO IJI Walter James The oig Tan cd: it gingerly ay avoid Lulevilcb'g
The President too a told you all we kno-': said swerved to ca: "

.. ... ....._ ...I' ., "I" ft.I"'II"" H ,.t;% .. ....-.. 12S. harbor spite against anybody and. I......., V and swung it open James. I I edaes and read date.itTodays .'I would like to : and ran down the woman and
to !
.... ...,.. V .... man I I ': '-News DroadcatabeNew.coSt enter. The note I know that" smiled: Clapp. talk to immediately! after the child killing both. jI
a, ....- -o.tba .. V 3.a. But Every Dajr-cbei i under the door in was somebody in this I you I
mood. in Shasta
.. .... M...'" .. V. LMI naturally is in a forgiving Koorde )Iusla-abc last show tomgr.t. Signed
...JI. ._ -V ,%:0 !I :r.lS.Pamd.-.mbs-ast and was about a yesterday afternoon nev Lynn. Hey!" LEGALS
forgiving you may be !sure that he -will not Number-mtM'writ : here before. Jim checked Walter James smiled."That's the
of the
Iq .:1b-Rtllrkm In New*-ntwLak jig the edge I
IIItTS'I4 HTEO! apartments and none of
.... v.... Mrsa S. At'PfleZt... appoint to office any men he knows V auccM, U mo-.eta i on it before she I Ij had heard of-this way I feeL An opening maybe.of
Op-I I To co Announced-abc .ever' per- I Maybe we've got the than edge Is THEImI 'T' it ge.F's toterl .
.'. %.aTiaI: posed him in the ejection. e O--The >BC Symphony-cbSalunJjv j picked it up. I I the wedge in it last" ,, "It..lICK. ...MIISKaIP: 101. 'TIt'.AHlI .
i *a >.a..... = aars .4 tbflka. r..h.tlolIS I sportacPsMarry ; The envelope !! healthy man?" "Yeah. This Lynn wench Is the I rsIaNTn.In
our big. ..
What i is of President Truman i is I, cc ta"; : I'11thgb
., susrt .......... l-- .. 'd. itibaiSo t-4'' true WHmer !'Dnrt-.b, .
,; .. the quite. It was a large old only -balance .oman in the: pic- ; i.iERT4.
.<. ,... at Ik. ra" < I."-n'a a ... :I I'nce Muck>nibs-cast plain, two :
.. also of Governor-elect Fuller I I True Fa'81Il..eati white-haired and far f. as Miss Gilbert .. .
!, .. r< r rt t. r' r.T--' T i\ rhurrhr* from true our or variety. Across it appar- I i ture so L.;
.* 'wbl-l> ar..ra. i. I' i -1-1 I .*rr '. o-nts a linrTfc i .:**-A and Corr.ro.ot rjeta .I I in m urninjt. She wore a I V says, thos pistol-packing grandmother I \OTIIK Of .U. %TIU* fRH
. Warren. In both cases; election opponentswill "Walter James" in \ 'l. IU., .. 'H'.t:
Jic. a
n ato -i -i a- .. ..... ... .. dress way 15 a : N..hi. i.- 5c'giv.o to all
.f b -rnl a.rL
a>ik f a a.-s-- a > .I.J.. horn in when appointments lCO-JoI'J'' FaTortc Hasband-etTr >. the writing was old women do. and a I disappearing Etr.el Lantz has gone ... ,,,,' thai ....
-r .''-ral i.t.rw I.- .1. : in !.-h annnynx-n* try to are I >,"urj Cand Show-abcHU.IJH ,I n ha n It 'no I. H.
,:.; Calls Musician*-mba I slightly black veil over her face. Oh. I 1 berserk and come crosscountryto 1.1.: aK v.--u'rs ..r the LtuotI
- in order. and probably some of them will 1JO-\1C Damon Show-nbe He ripped it and she wore old-fashioned put the finger on you. But this \.11 and Tenissorot 0' Bird.. sta0oftn.
the President because of the vastness : Vaughn ilonro Band-ct* shoes and was sort of Shasta Lynn" He shook his head. d.-.t. baa fl" wick 'heHonarabic
get by .. were P.syo.d It. Lard (kio5.jy -
Fam they
I News. us Broadcast Jury Trials-.ab to ." i "Something about her has never Jde I. sad for >>...'.. c_.,,..
of the United States. 7.45-Mel -\.Ile. Spores-mb. message when said seriously. 'Is it any- I jibed and I'm not sure just what." Florida her Final Jirport ... has
L But Governor-elect Warren is dealing SOO-I4oIy.ood Tbaaier-DM3tn &lightly at the open I I know Walter?" and Clapp -We agree." mad- appii. all's for be.I' .-.are ':
.MEMBER C3> 194 I It Sum Quiz-ctMJohnny I -Hello folks. I Kevin spoke up. "I wonder what 55 IOarll blsrcutrasImied .

with only one of the 48 states. He is a Fletcher. Com.dy..abTwssty They jumped I I James frowned. letting she has< to say*" .\. U. 1t4l.lb.- !tt. "a" 0' lrbchor
I Question Qulj-mba said "Come on in i Walter James squeezed her arm.We'll .
i (5.11 x.n II P.4IhoIO'.
; : fair and straight-hitting politician but he I I:30-Tl'\ltb Amazine or MaloB Coo..onooe.-sbs at t :; I I hang open as>jf he were find out tonight. Want to "\. KxMirtx .,t th. Lat Will
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is astute also. He has his ear close to the Late C.Kics at 0-mt00 lowered say something. meet us in front of the Grand an.l l Trvtarat-nt >( Kir4i "rt' j
': -Hit Parade. Sinatra-BbWi davenport. After I I big man went on. "The slug Theater about nine or nmeUurty"Clapp 4rran
ground and with an exception here and I .n..r Ta.. \11-<:b* was settled in the : .I out.of your door was irom I i ?" tI'IRflY for HARRI4.Attorney b5eVulria. !
J Cane Buter. DramaabsGabriel : girl coiled at his just like you thought it'd be. "Pleasure. I love the theater" "ci 3.-1S.I..IU..
ZMPROTO4 MTS FOR KTT WEST there, he knows who supported or opposedhim I Hutt.r-mll. arm across his :: ties in with the first attack I Walter James laughed exhila
Uann* Ron Show-mta
: ADVOCATED BT THE C1T1ZEM among the leaders or near-leaders in I .:30-Judy CanoTa Snow-aba i note lie loosely in night. Also it being rated. IV TifF ('IH" IT COI RT OW THE
1 It fay to Be 1aIMIBAt-ct4 The girl spoke !r ties in with the face pow- I The big man grinned back. F.'..;' K\TII JIDIIIL I ....
J the !state. I What M* :'iame--ab. : "Did you come to the first gun. Now-who is "Greiss will throw a fit when he ,'! IT OK THK .T 'TK OP PI.OK.II -
.; _. L Marc Eotels and Apartmenti.S. But above all. Fuller Warren is friend- tO.CO lay-Dennis Lombards Day'.Straw Day--BbHome mba. : my father had been I old babe?murderess.She doesn't" sound V sees me walk in." >1.Tt.l\ 1 III%, HtKHl.'Oft HOVKURfOl j V
,' Town ae..Ioa-ct. I The men turned passion I Walter James took the note and >.. 11-411. I
a Beach and athlc< Parillca. making and friend-keeping also: and the -Wfcia' Qula"-abc upon her. then gl i. woman1 Walter James mut slapped it against Kevin's, arm."Invitation C'TJlF.RIStJI.RRI:4 BOWMAN.

:' S. Airport* -Land and Sea. reason he : that quality a large I Chicago Tocater-ab* other. .r : to a dance! God I hopeit's I' PlaintIff .
1 4. CoDsolldatioQ of County aDd possesses 10:30-Grand Ole! Of\r1-DM Clapp began checked pretty carefully an opening at last!" I I OtL iIVOPJ'E
Military Ball cbaHartoft
City Covernmeats. measure is because: he is true to his Ho.,J-wn-ab think -* I Ij I landlady has good eyes and "It's something" said Clapp. T> r.otnus. TJoof..tI .

Auditorium friends. 11CO-New. Variety-nbeew : -It's sort of up and down it was a Shasta Lynn cant be Dr. Boone. I ORDER OF PInLIT1O.
?:. 5. Community > *. '.rlet)'. a tin.-. cb* j I this Shasta Lynn .I Of course, this veil ob but it's something.** :1 To I..ell Ifa.wnAB.Chvlxea. .
I -- Probably there isn't any !sizeable' community News Horn mod KrackinmbaU:30Danc. Dane flour-at* I lion with the men her face bat she claims she I Walter James laughed and ofclalx_a.
t : a I threw out his hands Too are hrrrtor required t. a,-
Band know my father like a woman. I in an expansive -
-- in the state without one or more I CeaUnaed Showsmb.IZGODauclnz &.bo-weit bon with Shasta I, James shook his head. gesture. "It's just a hunch and I i pear t.. abe in tb Kill. alrf of>..C'ompla..t,trl4 ra.forIlvorrv M

men. who opposed: him. stretching' out in the middle of old lady doesn't quite fit my I'm probably whistling in the dark. '.n ..r bef..r"illa day ft' :V>.
: MONOGRAPH: he dies. It's a of Dr. Boone -except But I think we're about due to \...,.>*r. A. U. I"41. otherwise ththcrfin .
their hands for political plums. In Key I PROGRAMS,1 I I can see that." i they're both apparently large meet our elusive friend. Dr. al .lr2-lIoD.. will be taka

Dear) Reader : West know of who have done the NETWORK "It'isn't a perf<< I But think of Shasta;; L>nn. Boone." -.safepeed.
:: I we men I 1 MThin / T,.... ,a slalom .U"d.... ".1'U", moved Water : large. Her blonde hair; could! fla ba cantiamcd
Gov rnment-4lect Fuller Warren b "right about-face" since Fuller Warren's i t'zI' .t."dar" .btr.ct one hour formoufltan 'a mrrk for four .mneeeotlYs works
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; stanoarO ..lItrIU ins -- -- I I.n. Th. Key UM ''1 a a.-
-jotting ready to clean house. Many of- nomination and election. Some of those I PearL Same. local stat'O"' ChicO' t hoper pahli-bMl at Key Weal M..-
I lIo..r of relay to tit local ScI'Oiule. .. I .rae iVtuntv. Klnri'Ia.i
fice holder are fitting on the anxious men are seeking endorsements of their I Last micote erogrl "a"8" Can. I ).rtM- and Ordered tills lIlia y
.: net be included. West I >( "...t......... A. l>. 134*.
wat wondering if Fuller will give them applications for jobs to be addressed to I Key i Sn) ) R" SS C SAWTER. .
< Irk nf tk. firrvlt Cuart
:: the Kru.h-off. ( :No plug intended. ) him or his campaign manager. Frank I SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14 ..f Monroe Co..t 1'. Florida.B .
: ) (sd> Anae r tx>a.w rtkv
TilE ORACLE Wright another man who knows how to Aftsrms Days Iwpaly Clerk.J .

... -V I 1,00-America. Unite*]. Tilk_tt. 'i..I1-'R .. IV.
.-. make friends and keep them. oX.CommenUorycba: AS TAKEN FROM i I S.,' for llaiatiff.OTI .
American A.lmanae-abo .t.1-3SnOr.t41.lb4L
The Citizen is aware that it is impossible :New* Commentary-mb J f OF THE CITIZEN

:; :' STUDY IN CONTRAST I for GovernorelectVarren to be 1:15 Editor-, :Opinion at Homeabcsew. Commentary NOVEMBER 14. I II > ('.K OP_ 4'LLIMi. FOB BID!
I 'V V i > h>-r-l.> Kivn to whBIi.
cloehin Broadcast-mba .. ?th, day
touch with the machinations "i. -rn than the
113O-Chicago Roondtibl*- ,. ,\ r. 1"4'. at ?:*.
-: "Britain i ice providing still another exi i thatarebeingresorted to aiith: Ten: It Aeam-ct. ; Residents on the V M V-V the- Monroe r-....tv f..ort
I Sundayespen-ate 'of Key West have t .>. K-V At-t Florida. Ikl *
ample of the fact that .socialization of I IindlJ'try who did &:ngi=g Cana.feambsI : ; at
:: tate to get jobs for men not support ing for tonight in is VVt I .t .msty a'.oagoienioa.rs
: -The Music Bos-mh .
I '. will
\ nr."IIDI) Klorhti. |>ewr.iVii
i.. not the way to get greater production him either in the first or second *.0
:; : and that. in fact. it almost in- of Song-cb. Side Association I ,=talati.! at tl>.> Henna 1oNty
primary, as is the case in Key.et, for Week Aroundcrl.l-&b. in. K"vVe .-.wa..f Ike f..-
-=. :e\itaMy lead.- to a drop in production. Air Fore Showgobs230rnlce.slty of opposing any V 'SV5I .'I.d'.n'I
instance. It i is hard
a job, insuperable Taeaur-ab change that section uhinJ: -tainleMel pad-
-:. .. A news item from London in the sometimes, but The Citizen's guess is that 'You. President\re There--abceterans1 cbaMr. dential zone. I i I <-i I.! d ,-elI Sai!I nub
: .CJt'\' land Plain Dealer tells of England's few of the bandwagon jumpers will fool Xe.s. \ Panel-mb j j.J <-l> ? feel x a feet x !. feet .
: :jrfave electric power shortage. Offices will I Fuller Warren. 3OOY..News Broa.lcast-.bc rhnhar1nonisb.V .J In the "Bowl of .f frttO! :: ":::: :" '('
MOst Broadcast: tats help starving .
t He id aixl n> t be tfTe-
= .L.. allowed only a bare minimum of juice 3:15-Future of A IT erica a* contributed the tI'-O'xsO PL.A I2 616A ..r..f

V tor lighting and running machine Shops Parents who misunderstand their 3JO-Onc. Man'. Band Family_tJuv 4I! -abaTreuurr it was announced All<-oatlerk l.iJmu. be..n in..r the before kaiU. *; ofthe 2'8'

:: .,nilen-ma..r 7th.
ha\4 been ordered to cut conumption by I ... .
; children have children who misunderstand : 4.00-Quiz K.ds. Jo. eflynbePod S798.92. 1944.'o. tt.
: : iialono Tai..-abc Th. .nmis.ion rerTei the
kind of is i af-
::in cent. Every consumer .
per their parents. z House ot )lutelDba4:15.I'01lD07 ron to iiieM 0tC5i' t any and
Members of the all lab! ma4e pursuant t-> this a4rti -
= ffft d. Along with that. homes and places Thompson Songabc43ONews \> emeiMK .

; Living 1S4S-eta active in revising \ \v.,... Florida. No.*ml>er Ird.SSS .
:. Itf Lt;*:4inewill be allowed only a minimum tfO PRESIDENT ELECTED NOV. 2 Opera skyway: Record to Star*-abc-cba ./ j ter will hold a _l'Ii.

:.: :uf heat. In England electric power i is al- -- Detective M:) terie_mba ,the county I Ii I I .irkV P.'> ..ird f SAWTEH.Ib .f C'.t".
t:CO-Jaoe Pickens Show-nb 4I
I .
=.: :mat wholly produced by coal-burning Strange as it may sound, the people of
: >team plants. the United States did not elect a presidentlast baaiio. Drama-mb. 'Annapolis, :Md., I hurt .-u-n.lln.
= 5:30-Bos: Merrill Concert-nba
The reason for thin shortage of power week. What they did was to select strike; It F.1C1i-cb. 4 Lieutenant and \iTI4.K OP "- .1.I'G FuR BID
= Counter. Spy Dram 2 Douglas 830 Duval V..tl. i-j her,l.% KiVeB t.. WBM
: ii the failure of Ilritaiifs socialized coal tba : c- I
l Presidential electors who will meet next (lilacS as a Flash-: : L. I"' ra ....nt-TK that .R the 7th 49nibr.
: : ___ .V' !I'-, <- A. r>. 1)4. at TI ::2.
ifHlw..tr tn live up to production goals. month E500i.I I *_
for the purpose: of officially and M. J. Horre, IM I m the W..nr. ouarr < rt
00-Catholic Radlu Ser lce-tt ( }l..j_ \\> no....... the
Ke t
: : Output U millions of tons under the tion the Florida :\ >
.. >> many legally the The Family' Drama-cba I .
electing President of the United I. i.- -r..I| .f r uaty rvnunlMfciBer' si
News Comment-abc (station I :: -. : : ;
is being ,
l4-\el that wa forecast some time ago. So States. Roy Ro.era bo-lI1b. iLo. :! ir. < .unts Florida. .a ill afm
; Horre left this --.1 i..U for the followm. work:
r\ation what coal there is has I:1Xe.Summaryabo '".-n,.trurt: on the road sow a.r .- -
rigid ? of.
The legal fact should not obscurethe i:3 -Ozxie and Harriet-nb -. :"Ix'fOfne< unavoidable. Perry. Faith Co"ert.-cba. I K-- Monroe ,".'.nn. ........... a Itre
practical result of the election. Nevertheless ( r*at.t Story: -abc
> uri.'jtt.rdinK to piano /
: The American coal indu.'try is a study I Nick, Carter Detect:*_mta Noel Cook. ,1 I t t s I oni!,;:I -eU.li;; ,.f Pr .M e4Hridge
when the Constitution was formu- 7.00--Jack: Benny Shew- : spending his \' : I 'a'.. He<< .'..n.trtn.ted on

= :in contrast. Except when hut down by lated and the American Republic up lene Go. for Autry House"Saow Quiz_-ta aba I parents, Mr. and : I I R"aJ ..Ker'...m: 'I'MCppitt sad epuefk'si. K...>na 00'laSynre ..1

"""Mr-ike it baa produced at high levels. I I Sherlock Holmes-irbs Cook, left .
: the nations of the earth the framers 'I.I a* prepared try. HaMvy.I'vuira
among 7; -PhU and. AJc! -nb eI his duties as I I .-..,."" "un.. ..r .
There> ha been> nothing even resembling. I Amos and .tndybsa I .. .
of the historic document believed that I bor board of i.lanand ...-" .-..**..
( Had >>lIsk abe in the
o' roega. >- ...
t.; .
Ne.-seQttJes' m\ ol.ta.netl fr < '; Kailey.o
; a cal s'hortage-save when strikes were in they had put into effect an unusual and C \brtei Meatier /llow-mb./ Charleston. S. C I .- .nty *or ei T M........ rwat/ *V
MODERN adaptation of the southern colonial: theme. this
S CO Charlie
r- I McCarthy-ob$ 4'. ore H..un'. K..y.t.. FI..,". .
: 'ffe Free enterprise in other words. has .
4 a. Stop Cbs Music Uuu abe Mrs.\ Lou Walker l>M buawl ora.- ......, s ......111".1.*
met all our nt't'dc. ocialized enter- Tile Mediation Board-mb. be added later. This plan 6I6-A. by the Small Home
The theory was that the States would is visiting her can : he. k .-
a J>rie in other countries has, failed. !select' outstanding citizens as Presidential *:30 Philip-Fred Marlowe Alien C..nu.d"-Dbc Drama-cbaU : sister, Mr. and I I Service. Shaw 8c Renncker. architects Box 2821 Wood. .-..at The"f arkan the evttmatvil not to total.uhroatra'.ulle.I r.nt. .

: ; What it all amounts to is i that there is electors :ad .r Arrest-mb. James Lee, 322 :\ Station. Birmingham 6. Ala.. covers an are a ci 1.097 without thv fount)..* _title* t uXI
and that these OO-Ierry Co
electors. when : loUtld-ob. .-
:Mrs. Walker ". exclusive cf which adds 192 feet. onent
perch square
no mtltstitute for individual initiative en- Helen Uaes Theater-cba l.id. moSt be in the ha.d. .l.tfce ...
I gathered together. would survey the nation Sunday Journal-abc winter in Key \Vest.Mr. .. .. ,-ountterk, ..n or beoa' T.Mf
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ambition. Socialism kills these b:;""rn Mission Drama -mba _. .__
t.-rrri04., and select a capable man for Chief b:45-Uollywoud Comment-aboS30 .. ..................................................'............V V I 1-4!*!M .n Tudji. !>> Ker- Ttk.---MTh.
.. ital qualities with red tape and dictation. Executive.The I -Album Familiar: MUJJV-Eh* and Mrs. V 1r"1I.1. \tn 'III.f:! I .- .-..m..i-.,.." r.....rr.it tk*
our BIas 1>roo _t. who had been : ".,h. *.. ...,...rt ..r .*J*.'t any soS
:..; :\Ia", of Ingland''rit: l'al problems are I Theater Guild Hour-abc Tavernier returned S all ...>.... mudr pursuant ... ,ki.. .414S -
development of political partieshas I Holiwood Comm Et-mbi i 'Iiigi! ., r......
:. 'directly attributable to that fact. changed the practical working of the I. -Twin :Newa Comment: >bo i, I Kx-t: .m.n'.1.. Flnr"la. :November. Jr*.
10.00-Take i It or Leave U-aba Today The Y i "Ye" raid tr.' arder.. after
Constitutional Logo and Abner-cbs 1:0 0 55 WTF.1t.l .
:JT LOOKING BACKWARD AND provision. Nowadays the \"ace. ot itrirjs-mtia editorial paragraph. V.l.nly attvnipt t" carve the I I .t'r". '.....r,1 ...f.v...,.
parties put out electors pledged to vote for '0.3O-Horace Heidt Show-aba The way of the spring chicken" "The hen is I l .mii..nr.
.:: FORWARD Cabin B 13: Drama-ct. Florida ;?> Newsfsarures Fl-- .&. .
is not thin trt.word"
a --- special candidates. This means in effect Commentary en llo.i -aba we have a so A A.A A A.A A...A A.A A A. mightier-- -- -. -- ---- '.." O.t.f. I'S,.
Starlight Moods mba V ---
iT" This poor old Government of ours has that when voters cast ballots for a slate I I O:4-Georsa Sokolsky! TaDtabo.IOOSe..s Board." BEALS. born Nov. r-- ------------ .........._........ .

I* functioned upside down ever since the of electors, they are casting a ballot for a > : Variety* Variety Dance' 2 hrs.t tars.-cbcews. -cbs ut :\IL' :;- L.-tigtKas. .

: };urupean war lord began to fight it certain candidate for President. Ness and Dane Band-abc TOU.\ (C : N ::'fl.> tt>
I News. Dance Band 1 hrs.-ab. .\ :\ \" : nt.tt.: ,, > \ :
i .ading I"I"VBHBHBMM
:: :: ..ut. In World War I there were 37.508.- Legally, however, the electors are under Z 00-Dancit.T: Continued-abc west 1 (Know t.- ...PV:'"' i V Author FOR SALE [

:.: C96 casualties of which the United States no obligation to vote for the specified Your : 1809-John A. 'Ii: :- jntxoks

:: suffered 364.800. We were drawn into ; candidate and could if so minded, change I HoroscopeSATURDAY. rear admiral. V ':, L_" r. AmerB .

= thai:war for the simple reason: that Eu- I their minds between election day and the I NOVEMBER 13.// nance chief who ,.., \\ as MI M 0

I 1943-This is ordnance of 0 .i: ...:, c; fl"111
; j-opea'u; : nations purchased arms and casting of ballots in the a very fortunateI one '*
: war I Electorial 1 College. I day. The disposition is restltssi best born in 'I Ie Tn., rsity : White *

: materials in America and our own and i and the"" native will probably I July 12. 1870. : : C... ;.n.a; :
foreign *hip* were bombed submarines People who worry about the "nextwar" 'j, travel or often change his vocation -. 1814-Joseph his

I -Both fame and fortune are Union" general of I :\i.'" :i. :', Co.11" .
: when th *y were carrying those purchases might give few thoughts I !
a to driving NEWSPRINT
I II j favored bthIs degree and there : born in Had Ie)', I. V .1 lit i I.

; to Europe.: carefully.A I' is good assurance of success. The I 31. 1879. '." '.\ :hash

.: Our casualties in World War II were character is well-balanced the I I 1833-Edwin T. I .
affections : ''r! in
strong and the
mind tragic actor. of
_-. 5tft $74-almost a million. We tried. and I TURNOVER IN GOVERNMENT t active. The day may produce a I I and brother to son Beats M x "V C...ba.Siu \\a

1:., Ti,ed every honorable means to keep out great explorer. I,I sin. born In ",' : .. J id .r. Ccs: ; ?

: of both tho.'a It i is universally admit- : There is a total of 2,000,000 employees I I New York June 7. vu. ..c :...., "..c.L! but 8h/2x11..25C
14. I 1853-John a t.. -t V" to ;' "i .
[tel that we have used our best efforts.. in the Government, whereas in 1933 1943-Todays natives usually:: or born in I :

.- *l* cked by honest and patriotic hopes and there were 600,000 who operated under a achieve success. But there are July 9. 1927. yy TTTTTTTTTTTT 4 A)

trials before you and you will i I 1856-Louis D. ARM BRAND COFFEY
; -desire establish budget of :
: $4,000,000,000 in terrific con- I probably suffer privations before I I ton lawyer-liberal. ; IIDlPlII THE :

I t j- V The treachery and opposition: of Cim- trast to the present annual budget of $4O- reaching the goaL The mind is a i U. S. Supreme '

:: munist Russia still blocks all roads to' 000000000. Fifteen years ago the National little too sensitive and perhaps i! senter born in :: I I: Artman Press i
too critical. There F'
is danger of Died Oct. 5. 19.11.III6IJames MILL
I T.: World Peace. The voters have turned the debt was 19000000.000 and now- adverse influences from rela ,

T whole mess: over to President Truman and holy smokes, it has risen to more than lives: t I Methodist d r $ St : : CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 :

hibitioniit, born I Grocer a
.: bu\ follow!'. Wi.h them luck $250,000,000.000. i t.
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I Wanted-Retired Army officer Desirable corner lot for sale or 1937 Dodge Sedan good motor
here for the winter "wants a long-term lease. 100 x 130.i and rubber. Body and fenders
fairly modern small house or Suitable for hotel or apart perfect condition Needs glass
apartment or a bedroom and ments. One block from beach. es. Price. $375.00. Gomez Ma-
i sitting room in a quiet private For particulars: write Box 46h. rine Service or Fnone 812.

tJ' I i home. Write details to Box nOll1HFOR nQ.Kit
O.S.P.u Citizen.
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-' '" nov9-5tx; RENTAPARTMENTSFor '42 Oldsmobile 93. 4-door CadilLac -

F;., stvle body. Just overhauled

L,1' J1 MISCELLANEOUSWashers colored, 813 Baptist Lane. OK ..New tires. Perfect condi
for two couples. Tile bath tion. Hydra-matie drive 905
V'nxphotoCOL. :
irons V3'uunland living, bedroom, bath, kitchen Simonton Street OQ\ 11-5tx
MELVIN J. MAAS national president of the Marine Corps fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone -Furnished. $13.00 pr week

Reserve Cfficers Association, places a wreath oa the Tomb of 116 .M. novl-tf Apply Apt A. nov5-tt Ford de luxe coupe A-I inndiuon

the Unknown Soldier of World War I in Arlin 'on National two-toned paint $..95.

cemetery. The ceremony was held in observance of Armistice | Picture framing, pictures framed Furnished 2'2room'apartment.. Apply 1211 Fiol ids Street.
Day. The President of the Untied States customarily places and matted. DiNegro's 614!. Utilities furnished.$2 .OO week- nov 12-2tx
aIM Francis. Phone 1197-M. ly. Sea Isle Apartments. 913
Armistice Day wreath there but President Truman is in i i
Key Wet on his vacation. | nu919tx'I 'i' Windsor Lane. nov8-tf 1939 4-door Plymouth Sedan,
gUt>d' condition. Reasonable.
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HLUK IIOISK rHKCAKEI FOR TRUMAN I 1 i bath. Maid and. janitor services .

lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture I'j'I' linens: and utilities fur- 1934 Chevrolet good running
or commercial. Phone 798. nished. Summer rates. Coral condition. 901 Pearl Street.

T J4fh14f novl-tf' Hotel Apartments opposite Post' Phone 261-R. not 3-3tx
I Office. nov9-26tx

I Furnished apartment at 1212

Persian cat, grey mixed with: Olivia Street. Apply 1210 1940 Ford panel truck. Excellent
white and tan. Answers to I*I, South Street nov2-2t.x condition. $725.00. Apply 1415

name "Tommy". Reward, re- Pine Phone 25. nov 10-4tx
turn to 1020 Southard. I i i FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS

nov9-5tx ;j ji FOR SALEBOATSAND
i i Overseas Hotel low rates. Coffee MOTORS

Lady's diamond watch and brace- i!j i shop bar. nov2-25t

let. Substantial reward if returned i' Gray marine engines and service.C. .
to Mrs. Rogelio Gomez.i j I" FOR RENT-APARTMENTS R. Smith opposite Firestone

627 Whitehead Pho .43G.M. I j I AND ROOMS Station, Marathon. no\'i-lmo
The i Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSWhite
1! Street, has an efficiency apt.I .
1927 Naval minia
rij c ct Ring Academy
..r6rL3 ture. Reward. ltuth Lang,I I I and several sleeping rooms va- enamel. $2.75. Outslue

State Welfare Board, Phone:j i cant Low weekly er monthly white paint, $2.75 and $3.75 per

491. ... novl2-3tx' rates. novl-tf gallon, up. 50ft.t" garden
i. hose.,.$ :95. Doherty & Co., 646
I WANTEDSALESMENSalesman !i FOR RENT-BUSINESS Olivia, Phone. 1597. novi-tf

I Walk-in "'Yler. adding machine
wanted. Experienced
ka's wholesale grocery salesman I iAnolv I Small desirable building. 425! 2 scales, slicer.: registei. '"(>Ilmg

in person.: Standard.!I I Greene.' Apply 620-Elizabeth. fan 3 fluorescent light,. in-
nov8-6tx tauraqt and market meat
Wholesale Grocery Co.. Miami.
nov9-5t grinder. 500-pound Fan banks

L I.r I 1[,j Rocky Road Bar. J005 Division wholesale' scales. Bermuda Mai

HELP WANTED-FEMALE I i, Street for rent by month. Ap-, ket. 63.2 Whitehead Street,
i, ply at 1018 DKislon Street. Phone 52. n9- t

Make real money for your very I I I nov9-6tx
One male and two female < ..ndies. -
own i ; an Avon Representative,
i; Extra good breeder.-
in :your locality. Avon Cosmet-
AND ROOMSi Robert Whitehead 1310 Ji.un-
ics Gifts sell on sight. We
\V::'t'phoo" son Strvet nov 12 2i\
show you how to start imme-
AS WORKMEN WASH second story windows, passersby diately. Your name and ad-'|i Apartment and rooms to refined
eye 600 pieces blue and white 4 4
l people, adults. Reasonable. 1019 \
guard houses set front cf Blair dress to Mrs. Roxie Smedley j j
up in House the nation's official I
!!r Margaret. Phone 575. wall tile. $HO. 300 pieces h ue
c/o Gibson Hotel Key t
diplomatic guett house. It will be occupied by President Truman i nov9-tf and whit 8x8 floor tile. $80.
and his famil> while the White House just acrjss the street Fla. nov9-I I Apply; 616 Whitv Street >I.

it being repaired. The White House has been declared unsafe FOR RENTROOMSI Phone 1095-R. nov 12 ,'.t
Wanted at once: Fully experi-i,
enced fountain gill must be i ii i)I
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: Personally designed ChrL..1"I'S
housekeeping rooms. $15
i fast and willing to do side
: !!I per week. 411 William St. cauls at the Marshall Studio in
: She's Aii'eatCralIdniotllt'r work. Applv Dairy
Cigar-Store .;
Lunch. 901 White Street. no>-8-12tx Telegraph Lane. Also v. ; idecoidtions
nov2-3t tI !I -- and handmade u f',

Indian 'falienI.OCKI'OHT. ) !|I Rot m with twin bed year-round of distinction.
HELP WA'NTED-MALE |I rates. Phone 193W. 724 Love no91113,1txI.argl'

N. Y. Smnun.tolv 1 j Lane. nov9-6tx
sizo well-built all-inria
At I
Fifty Salesman Responsible man for
.- the tigu. -ti.rtIndian., Furnished rooms, 626 Grinnell scooter,$3.98. Poor Old ("101 u.

wearing green and U>n feathers.lnch POMONACal.! Mrs. Ethel : local men contact protected industries territory., oUI'1 I I Street. $6.25 single, $7.50 double 1019 White Street. nov13-:
tiMM tii.nl of the Hari per week. no" 11-3tx
railroads, offering
tions etc. a
Willox. at 50. recently became agreatgrandmother. FOR S HOUSEHOLD
II Moore TolMi-eo Company scientific maintenance service.\
.. when the Room with of liv- FURNITUREYouth
privilege using
fur the last ito M IIV Eugene commission
< Unlimited earnings on -
of her became :
daughter daughter room'I
ing room dining
II BUI han. ,tit .
Iii i' piopneior.valuts ba&is. Constant
a mother. The daughter H.'pea'i j couple only. Call 105-W. bed with mattr -ss. $21t 00
the lnii..n .,1 :$llkttt.,
business assure i you an opportunity -
Mrs. Helen Sugden. is 36 and the after 4 P.M. nov3-3tx i 1400 White Street. no".11 3iv
granddaughter. Mrs. Ethel Ms- i bUilding a pei man 'nl j .
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llllllIUIIillllNllU&lLQI/lIIIIII:Il1WUallUlhUI.. Coyn, is 16. The great granddaughter I income considerably above WANTED TO BUYI FOR SALE-REAL ESTATELot
1l7irff' Doing Norma Jean McCoy average. For details write Unit

I is four weeks old. ed Laboratories, 1m.. Cleveland Wanted Cut Hair-Will pay 1 to on Avenue E, 75 x 120. Between -
at the 12. Ohio. nov3-ltx
; 5 dollars per ounce, depending 15th and 16th Street -.
ARMED SERVICES I uiiuaniiuiimjuniimnmiimiuimniuiuiuiimuiahJN.C.C.S. i : on length color and condition Phone 453-IS. nuvlZ-x
Experienced malt 60c houi. j
per I of hair. Send full
Y.M.C.A.: length sam-
I El Rancho Motel. 830 j
Jackson Square. Whiteheadand j I nov DI\'lSiun.1 13-21x1 I ple. Lock Box 105, Key West Lc>t 24 x 72, on Louisa Street.Cheap. .
Southard Streets | Fla. noell2txTRANSPORTATION Owner leaving town.
I i 1021 Duval Street .
miiHii* u"iiiiinniniiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir' App)" 516 Catherine Street

II *0 P M Juke Box dance. j PROGRAManIWIUUUIUWruUltuUUWlIIl 1- I I Wanted-Service man to help
"Truth or Consequenn"S I Dog crates for rent medium and
aUUllnullUUlUVMONDAY drive cat to New Orleans. -
1 Quiz Show." large sizes Key West Garden i'
Dec. 17 or 18: returning immediaU* domestic
Parting seivice. "i
I TUESDAY: ;J and Lawn Supply Co.. 914 j jj
| here Jan. 2. Write Box commercial. Holbrook Refi
: ijj-
7 i> P M.-Shuffle board ses- 7:30 P.M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY j Fleming Street. Phone 1019. j I I
nov-12-tfi 7255 c/o Citizen. ciatiitn Sei vice. Phone 721Wnuw
sjcns on the patio. I
9 til P M.-Theatre Group meets. 10.00 A.M.-Bowling, for Navy i --- nov 13.3t 12-61_ x

I Base Bowling Alleys -
1 ill I' M.-Hospital Fishing trip. I
8 11 P M.Dance Class (Begin j 1 7:30 P.M.-Hospital Party (2nd i Books Books Book
ners.) ;. Tues.) Art Supplies Art Supplies' For QUALITY FLOORS, It's

9 00 P M _"Ye Ole Country WEDNESDAY Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eaton
Party". 12:30 P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip nov2-tues.thurs-sa t.-l mox I Inlaid Linoleum

(Square Dancin', Virginia -I 2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. I )
Reels). 7:00 P.M.-.J u k e Box Dance WANTED-AGENTS !

e THURSDAY! games. j i Kentile
I j
3 V i{, P M.-Dance. Orchestra. t 1:00 P.M.-Sewing Machines i hot water heater. Tremend-! Tile
I'I't't't Asphalt
,i FRIDAY Billards. Showers. sales appeal Box 653. 1-17-11]
IS 15 P Pol Movies.. Bridge Par- FRIDAY Bi oad way. New York. '
i ties.SAtURDAYi 2:00 P.M.-Pre-natal Class. I nov 13-Ltx I' A'eir Colon and Patterns for Every Roomin

.. 9.00 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra. the House
8 15 P.M Movies. SATURDAY I

10 15 PM -&" >nd show (same' 2.00 P.M.-Boxing Training. Your Grocer SINK COVERING Ot R SPECIALTY
feature). SUNDAY l li
. SUNDAY 9:30 A.M.-Communion Break i STAR BRAN .... FREE ESTIMATES =

sMi A M-Jjva Club. i fast (monthly).

:!:> U9 OO P HM M.-Classic Fellowship Hour.Hour. I I 1:00 P.M.-Picnic (sign up). '!i COFFEE Key West Floor Covering Co.

Coffee and dough A cash register may have a.'j' -Try A Pound Today-i 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stutx PHONE 14S4
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AT WICKER'S : Better This
STADIUM Too Late To ClassifyBy

: Tourist Season
Clo"* Ami \mcriraii I RUSSELL KAY


Anti Bomber .\n
Raiders Meet fJ i! r Have Of Iore-rj roil trtdVihllit. (:on<-.T\aIion\, flatly thsseason from the; fm| Ipiwvemenls .

The double' header scheduledfor In Basketball : While do not consider myself It ; in air trarL i'ti.J] ,1

Wickers Stadium tomorrow ? Fan authoritative: 'tiutdoor writei | i it was forecast Sat+rut+dap by d

afternoon will be a humdinger c I occasionally dt"alvito the sub- '' Hamilton; : T. Baker, president of National

The clubs are readv- and have Leagues Slated'j of hunting, boating or fish | Airline

added i! ins an4 enJOY trig, privilege of
strength to give added Baker said Florid'* winter .
: StationedIn
fighting spirit. .I being a member of the Florida I
-- Marts Tuesday At I Outdoor Writers Association. guests this season can expect the '.

In the opener th_ Clown.- will KeWe>t High School : Attending the annual convention Bermuda finest, most reliable air transportation -
play the American Legion These of the organization at Orange ;f service ev provided.

clubs played one: tame the first (;vniiiaMiiiii; TMuLeagues Lodge on Lake Apopka last I I "'There will be tewer delays
in the league an 1 the Clow m won 'week I was deeply impressed1, Ip..islh.* t'it To Play with the work, tnese writer and; GREAT LAKES. III. Nov. 13.i .-
after a hard fight for Red Dean : wearier. air traffic conception ..tma
held them to three hits and two Official schedule for the pnlci commentators are doing, above I}i William Joseph Hamilton. seaman .:or airports, and other causes,"

runs and they came in the last I i tie games to be played bv the I and beyond the call of duty to USN son of Mrs. J. O. [ Caker said.
two frames t lasses "A" and "B" Basketball advance our state's conservation I Ii He pointed to
Posey. 917 Watson street. Key j estimates that
Kiki Rodriguez held the Leagues at the High School Gymnasium i program conserve our natural re- i 1 I West I more than two-thirds of MtanrTs
Clowns to three hits awl two runs '' starting Tuesday. No- ''sources and serve not only the I II 'I is serving with Fleet Aircraft ( seasonal visitors who travel by >

in first six frames but exploded ember 16 sportsmen but the state as a Service Squadron 104': air arrive on flights; from Nev

in seventh. TUESDAY7:30 I whole. !': based at the Naval Air Station York. Great strides have been

The Legion is a little stronger P,M.-Bob"? Spurt Shop i j I was amazed at the keen I II I I Bermuda, B. C. C., which is engaged made in eliminating the Mtart

With Danny Lastres joining andWill vs. Sonar School: knowledge these sports writers .. in providing maintenanceand which in past seasons have
help the club 1> 830 PM.-Driftwood vs. Jun I I had of such problems as forestry shop support for Patrol caused delays and cancellations

They will line up something I I for Varsity.EDNESDAY I soil and wildlife con..ervatlvn.I I 1 I Squadron Forty-Five. at New York, the NAL head explained -

like thio-Clow ns: L. Butler. ss; A. W i I erosion, marine developmentsand ; During the present hurricane Opening of the huge

Mclntoch. rf: Thomas 3b: 700 P.M.-Pollock's Jewelersvs. i I flood control. |i season the squadron has beenI New York International Airport

Brown, Ib: Alee. If: O. Mclntoch, Coca-Cola. It seemed to me that just about ,I compelled to evacuate aircraft on in the Id lew lid section hast

c: Allen if; Curry, 2b: Red Dean, .I 8:00 P.M.-Elks Club vs. Boca I every'I'' subject under the sun was I I 1 three occasions. Two storms hi further reduced air traffic congestion
P- I Chica. :( discussed from dog stealing to Bermuda and advance weather National bus shifted all

For the Legion: Anguiera. cfIazo : 9:00 P.M.-Bc chco'Qbers's..'!'j I deepening the channel of the inteaeuistal I,i. warnings given by the Navy and its New York operations to the

2b: Solomon 3b: D. Lastres.ss Dnft wood. .' canal. And don't think Air Force kept damage to a new airport.The .

: Hennquez c; Garcia Ib; Rodriguez THURSDAY :- .1 stuff.these 'boys didn't- know their minimum. 1 capacity of instrument

If: B. Villareal, rf; Fernandez 7:00 P.M-Bub's Sport :Shop .' systems for handling traffic under
p. v.... Coca-Cola. If you want to know why hunting Shorts weather conditions which
r and fishing Isn't good today Sports
8:00.P. M.-Elks Club "SoS Junior -1 I heretofore would baIt all fbfUil
as it was a few year :
In the second game the Bombers Varsity ago operations has been increased by
I I" I,
and the Raiders will play 9:00-Pollock's Jewelers vs On two different -occasion'. 300 per cent at New York Baker

their hearts out. It will be a Sonar School. two kickoffs have been run back: said.

pitchers duel for the Bombers TUESDAY. NOV. 23- foj touchdowns in a W hmgtonRcdbkmt Flight operations hang beast

have signed Mongolo Sanchezand 7:30 PM.-Driftwood vs. Boca > : Eagle con improved by such things as extension -
he knows how to pitch. The Chica. test-in 1942 and 1947 of airport tower control

Raiders may use Chita Baker. 8:30 P.M.-Bob's Sport Shop areas, increased radio control

Both clubs are fighting for second vs. Pollocks Jewelers. Calumet Farms Armed making frequencies statIc-free radio, improvement -

place and a win for Bumper WEDNESDAY NOV 24- a comeback attempt: at Hialeah[ in air routes ands

will plate them in second placetie 7:00 P.M.-Elk. Club vs Th.I this wmter will be racing hi channels in and out of airport,

with Raiders., Beachcommber. I | seventh straight season at the introduction of Instrument Landing

The Raiders have to win to 8;00 P.M.-Sonar School v s Fl..uda track. System improvement tit the
stay In second place The will Coca-Cola. Ground Controlled Approach

line up somethm like this: C. Val 900 P.M.-.Juniorf Varsity ys I The crop loss from. weeds in procedure. '

dez. cf; Fisher ss; Acevedo 3b: Boca Chica.THURSDAY. ,' the United States each year L' Ground delays have been t+educed *

Catcs 2b; Sutton If: Alonzo Ib:: ] NOV. 25- I estimated at $a bilI oQns. by improved reservation
Baker p: Han'eor Arango C systems, methods of ticketing
7:00 P.M-Beachcombers v s
Pickcrt or Cruz in rf, and F. Boca Chica. ,(. Eight of the 12 teams in the and preparing; manifests. betttr

Sands, and C. Means, subs and ; 800PM.-Bobs Sport Shop Basketball Association of America handling of baggage, and fxne

Mitchell and Brown pitchers in vs. Sonar School. I, will compete .in the postseason progress m the campaign to te-
reserve. I duce red-tape procedures in
9:00 P.M.-Pollock's Jewelers play-offs to determine the inttemational
For the Bombers: Casado, If, Coca-Cola. circuit championship.The travel at New Yolk
Santana. 2b: J. Mira Ib: Roberts, I VS. Miami Tampa and Havana.

C J Villareal, 3b; Jim Albury, '' Chicago Stags were the "While the last year has nut _

rf: Albio Acevedo ss: G. Bareer. OneMinuteSPORTS| RUSSELL KAY' highest scoring team in the Tea..- been one of financial progress
cf: B. Sweeting or M Sanchez, ketball Association of America for the airlines" Baker !said "rt

pitcher Charles Albury will be ( Writes About Annual Florida 1 lat season notching 3640 points 1as brought marked and fm- .

the official umpire. First g twic ail( QUIZ Outdoor Writers Association in 43 games for an average of portant advances :n other phase; g
1 30: second game at 3:30 p.m. ';! Convention At Oranqe Lake 7o.9. of conruucrelal aviation-and t****
will be apparent during 11a+C. .
1. Name the two foremost
football leagues. pro these men can tell you. And they 'Iy squandered our resourceswhich winter travel season now Le;Hi-< '

: can also tell vou what must be account for our ing."
2. Under the Rose seriousflood
done to protect our forests and :
Ellis problem deplete fish 'u
I Bowl Nine our
-Big tic-up language.
I how often could any one team fields lakes and streams and the i I and game and is costing us mil II ILL \OU SMILL!
ild life they harbor. t.
if lions of dollars each
in the Big Nine play in the Rose year :
BradleyR. Bowl Florida is indvcd fortunate to I Paul G. Mains, spoils commentator The Vi"lulIlftl -
; have such able and outstandingmen I and columnist of Jacksonville
3. What bowl fast .
game is
closing in on the Rose Bowl in at typewriter" desks and microphones startled the uniformed '"In your opinion, who are the

i. r. I' seating capacity and in reputation lants of the as Miami"rank (Daily Salty) News Mai when he termed sports fishing three greatest Bailors in putish
for the number the nation's greatest industry and history' an admiral who waconducting <
AGUILAR one contest -
By PEDRO and WIOD AIl : Jr.
j Rube 'n of pointed out that it represented
on January 1st* on an examination for
A few days ago the Great Umpire 4. How many consecutive the St. Petersburg Times: Paul annual investment of over four the British Navy asked one ot
of the Universe called Mains of \\PDQ Jacksonville; billion
the I times had dollars. greater by far the candidates
Navy whipped Army I Fred W Jones of \\ LAK, Lakeland
third -
strike on Ellis He died Just i than steel. railroads automobilesor
before four The Tin
Army's straight football reply came paL strti -
like he lived : Ernie Lyons of the Stud tft
always other
fighting until any mdu&trv
victories began in 1944* Fishing y, sir, I didn catch you: naniC
the last out. He hustled all News; Bob Eostrnan of Marine alone he said
brings thousandsvisitors of
3. What team tied Notre Damein v-hen I entered the room. but
through the he did i. Studios: John Dilnn of the Norwich '
game as m 1946 to the state and thev all
to the
otherwise other Nelson anJ
mar an tleless two arc
life j News Service St. August spend for bait, tackle
ItieZll string of victories since money Drake."
the fans of the early twen ] ]19-15 me. and others uho are doing a boats clothing lodging, meals

will remember Ellis He | real job for Florida in their special and transportation They contribute .

started out as a kid and finally i. THE ANSWERS: I field thousands of dollars in hULCIIISG IS.MM 1STContinued

made the K. W. Regulars under It was mv first visit to Orange tax ,money for gasoline, liquor From Pace One)

Paul Albury at that time cham- '! I. National and All-.\menca. I Lodge un Lakepopka.. operated theatres licenses, cigarettes,; and ing to make a two-family net

pions of the City. I 2. Once every three years. j I bv S. L. ClKX-k Accommodations without them Floridians would dance at a cost: of $7.560

Mav he rest in Peace and his t 3. The Sugar Bowl classic 1 were excellent with completely find the,, tax burden much heavier Mr and Mrs.. Robert Crisp art
4. Five: tirmsI 1e-qaipp! .'ci modern cottages. bait,
family receive the sincere sympathy I j than it is. building a concrete block itridence -
of the fans and this writer !I 5. Army. I I boats guides. a splendid restaurant Florida owes her able outdoor in Harri avenue at a cost '

through this column and club house writers a debt of gratitude for of Sb381

I Visiting Bribes were given an the wonderful job they are doing Hugo Diamandi 825 Souttan
U :V::111:0SPI: -: \
>app<>rtunitto enter the $50.000
and they deserve greater recogrution '- street. i& putting up a frame lID\- .
How Stand ftish rodeo anti try their luck at i ,
by and
They political
LI\K' t.igi at the lui ..( that addrw
caUhing one of the tagged fishivvhun
; lcadci
a. ,.1 lira IIf S3.000, -
carry metal disks good for
LOCAL BASEBALL 1 cash awards of from $1 up to ; ,

Key West Senior Baseball League ;! 001 I.Vhile several fish were I I III'Y"IIar I'\ Lit Si\GFt{

'1JI.t.t bv our group. none wa> a I I
(Municipal Stadium) ......
1 -- -
PI'wmn'r although fifteen ,
Club V, L. Pit "'
'.t..rth, while prices were awaioed:: '
Key West Clowns 3
0 1 000
\\ tuners of the >>kl>>h1nt..'>>t I It
Red Raiders 2 1 66 t
s \ expirt balt-l'astt.'IS rlivni lis
Atomic BomoeiAmeucan ".. 1 2 133
|) their n.irkable- skill j
Legion 0
3 .000
The annual banquet of the j ji
I :
;:.im/.ation was held at the II SS

Sports Calendar I t: l ewater Hotel in \\'intel' Gn :>I .

a .. (l.i.'n and hospitality dh bt-'int ..I s. a.

SKATINGBayview th. enterprising o mmumt\ a.. I i' ;
''xt'nd'd by' Edward
3. L. Even'n
Night I \iiutive secretary of the Cl,i:,)
!'RIDAY- '5''1 cor Commerce:

7:30 to 9.00' p.m. a I r '.itured speaker on th, l f'! vi$ .sCis 4i

_i .un that evening was one .,t t. = eiZ'
TENNISBayview a.w .i..t.m's well known spurt \v I !

Park. Afternoonsand 1 I. _. Gordon MicCreagh WI, i, '.

Nights 1 11.111''e. r acted in the t.iu..1 ,, YL
v ,! .i guide. for big game )1I'.Int'I'
Daily playSIHIttLCKOUU.
i F :n \fr'ca and Asia x

: --- i MacCrea gave a thnlliuf .

) LEIGH R. POWELL. JR. ,uht of illS experiences. b..' ... ..1 .
(Bayview Park) ( of .',.ed .
above president the Seaboard < that as the sport i, '": "

Daily play Air Line Railroad Norfolk _I :iced today there us vei. ; t .

:lan*t'r and not much trill!! ,
Va.. will be the principal I ;
SENIOR BASEBALL j I t.mce modern weapons M\ .' t .
t speaker at a luncheon meetingof
Municipal Stadium. Afterno | I 'luntcr every advantage ana tc.,
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14- the National Association of I animal hasp a chance Ik 1 I..t ,

First Game-Kev' West Clown- Travel Officials. November 17. .wig tame as the water bulephant. t !..i...

v.>., American Legion. at the Robert Richter Hotel. : rhintxeruu.and 1."iDcploriOe. ,
Miami Beach the inaiffcrcmc ..c; .
Second Game-Red Raiders v::. He will speakon .
Atomic Bombers. "The Railroads' Contributionto lacK of understanding' un the p..
'! of the public to the need
SUNDAY. NOV 28- Recreational Travel. fOI l v' ..-
First Game-Red Raiders vt -creation of our reourext"iUmd
Key West Clowns. ', national. Ernie L 'ons. of the s W .
The death rate of U. S. Stuart News told '
troops how when he THE
Second Game-American Legion the United I STATISTICIANS hare come forth wuh
in States in 1947 was I first came to Stuart the St. LueicH.yer the revelation that
vs Atomic Bombers. Chuck Hunsmger mighty halfback
cent lower
per than 1939. the
in was navigable and full of' University of Flor '
I Ida. has 8.3
averaged yards 71
ris h in
> contrasted with a stream to > with the football The
First Game
-Key West Clowns,, Garnish a bowl of lay experts rate him as of the
fluffy net f that is filled with silt j I one best back of the touth. This
vs Atomic Bombers. '
with I picture
tiny squares of canned Florida like was made as Huasiager
pimiento of
most the caught breath
Second Game-Red Raiders vs.1 I I na ;; from *n oxgyen tank
and fresh green peppers I I on, is lust beginning to wake up just af::r a 64'yard touchdown run against
American Legion. I with free! Georgia at Jacksonville -
serve oh.e4e'
t. he .
a h..t .. "
: we \'" reckless' last Saturday.


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1 | Coffee Shop : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children We Will Call For and Deliver WHITE STARCLEANERS : .
: SEE OUR Electrical .: JO :Year Experience in Electrical Work ; + ; : StationL.r !i\ : I .
: ',)11,' : SHOWING of Appliances .. ; ; J. K. BRADY. ManaQa PHONE tlst : .:
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1 ; ;: Tour Patronage Invited .J( : PRITCHARD : : RUSSELL'SDRY and Pressing : Body and Fender RepairingAUTO
Fleming St. : ; ; ;
Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : ; FUNERAL jj Free. Pick-Up and : f
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PHONE 798 : Sick Room GOODS S : : PAINTING I
...... .............. Toilet / Supplies School Supplier : : s i 'sr.ri&; ; COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE : I. j
: rHJTalion. and Articles !
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and ROSS 5 J SjHcialiiingin ...........................................e i.
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FURNITURE CO. Easy and Blackstone Washers : ;: BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST WILL IAiiibulunrc : :. Jr'Oll'CIl'salld : ;: 4 GLAMOROUS? 3 i I:1'I;

720 DUVAL STREET ;. ; Electromaster Ranges : :: ': : LOPEZ ; A !1 Get Set For Fall With The New : t U

.Nationally Advertised' ; Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : : Service : Children'sApparel : ;: ,:, deb-U-CUrI ? : y.
; (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) 2 Telephone 548 .
1 Products : : : ; Funeral Service : Cold Wave Permanent .
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: Delaware PHONES
Covering Floor .."..eeeeeeeeee.....*........-.....-.-.....9150......... : NeerSleeps : ;: : ; Established 1885Licenced ; ; I A K.[t. njtuial looking permanent
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Blinds ae e e ............................................. !' I FuneralDirectors I : NEW LOOK and make k d
o : Luggage. Appliances. : : : and : : 1./1 you tnt Gtal"our Gal $1'0' : at
Radios J A. MYERS of the New Season W
\t Emlialuicra2lllonr
eMage and Mohawk : :t
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Axminster Rugs : : wwltt.al.xuHI..nn\ .. TIST!
Licensed ...- Insured Make Your 1".. A\Ir !Ot\Lr THt.n.t'T'I. : S

f>Z t.lf.rrlls i : : : : Ambulance : ; Appointment BEAUTY : \t
0 OPEN 9:00 P.M CAROLYN !i
MON. and SAT. : PAINTING Contractor : Now SHOPPE
..................... : 1 Service; Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel 313 Fleming St. '
: : : Telephone 3127. 114 Dural Street Jefferson Hotel : :. Phon. 135 Night 696 : : DONALD BARBEReeeeeeeeeeee : .

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: : 1829 Harris ATB. Key West. Fla. ElectricRanges : .. 0
: : ; HOTPOINT : SteWs Beauty i
b : : PHONE 1374-R Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS
Passenger : :
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Culture ,
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Rrpres.ntatlvrs \ > Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliance ,
: : in All Branches tI : ,
a ru \ (rrt.i W' Thoroughly Experienced Operators .
: EAST : ................................................: : HOME APPLIANCE : : CONCH SHELLS ; : Soft Water Used Exclusively :

: COAST RAILWAy...................,.......... 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 i : All .:::* : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. ;
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on dweiiingl. Fire I Insurance : Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited .

DR. COBO'S ;. : mere bldgs. n home-111 e by INSURING with : : Landscaping J ,Marl I and Top S O.SPONGES. : Frances Beauty Salon 5'

OFFICE hold SOIL $6.5D PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK: : : .
FLEMING: STREET : sonal ..ffecta.Atlantic! Mutual I Fire I Insurance Co. MARL HAULED.55.00 for 4 YARDS ; Will Ship to Any Part ; Frances Park. Owner ,
Re** of L* Concha Hotel : Save 15% on AU Policies Non-Aa..uab1.: : Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of U.s. or Canada : 1010 GRINNELL STREET ;

I'lIONE 124eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : MercantileStock /. L. Crutoe, Agt. Phone 674 : G.TOP Marcy S. Palacio : : Beauty Culture in all it. PAIUM
1021 Olivia St. Treatment ,.
i ................................................. : W'CH__. riIOXE.801i ; vicar fOl( South St. : / Faded Permanent- Shampoo Scalp Manicuring : \
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B & B CYCLE SHOP } l COFFEE SHOP : : Jlarilrlt'a. Thoiic 1314
RJ 1 e the ,HUM to the iu DOVAL I jmusisr 1
II;OLF COURSE 122 Fleming St .... M.D.aJ..l*.Prop. Pboa101 S Open Daily and Sunday, N : Sale. Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon I

q r Cushman Motor Scooters : .ERVINQ 5 T.M. IOn I. ";M.: Appraiul. t 1
0'a i i i "Southernmost House in the USA." S
Sale and Service Immediate Delivery COMPLETE mners Leases
,: : ; : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches ; Rental : ; s

tI,. : RIDE itW 4Y.: ..-............REASONABLE............PRICES.....;..............: : Management -' .
'" TAKe @A : ............................................ Improved.nd VacantProperties : ; Listen to If'Klr F at 9:15 JJf.Win :
..' : la Key Wet .
: :
,,% NO.BUS I HNSURA N CE ad Marco Coca tr 1{ An Entire SlenderizingCtnir.se .

i to tll. aJ ; .. Now yea can ride a* '.eo.oml- : : : J. OTTOKIRCIIHELNER : FRKKRULES :
GOLF -g.. ..eel whil.Ouhmaa p yiBt tat Motar H...and Ccootaf: the e : FIRE WIND( AUTO BONDS' : '
LINIC3 'IYj : i <_ _y y.- .... etIMr : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE REALTOR \
/ Shr
Mthod ef buwporutia peye :
COahMav C:- ha f. Key West Insurance Co. 411 Fleming Street : Write name. address and phone number
Have Fun/ tree hrfanuti? S : : : 813 Whitehead Street : : where you can be called. Place a large "R" on ;

"' : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ; :..,.. ..... ...................e.... all BIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171Directly : Phone 121 and 7S/-R card. Mail to WKWF before November IX Extra '
S ...................... eeeeeee .eeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee ..................... ..................in. Front of Postoffice .. .,...................a..i prizes for first 10 cards 15. received. Winner will be :
eeeeeeeeecee 1...................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei.......................... ;: called on November
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2-f-Ilour ,ft'1l1 t. felt aEHT JOHN} CURRYInslaUalion I : INSURANCEOFFICE
: Key West Jewelry Co. : :
Customers Must B*
; We Buy DIAMONDS and : Our ; : : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM : !
S JEWELRY or WHAT Satisfied PLUMBIN (41 5IU S/lt"/ { {{ till) :
120 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 : : : .
\. HAVE YOU! Sea Dan!! .:
:pr r.oo...s"r..l...... .. "......'-....rl s-.:l- : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE I ; : Opposite s'nwtr"Bus[:Station /; / / )(' Burgundy : :!
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t: .. .raid.:;:I:.. :. :=.:;; ................................... : and RejtainALL ; Pint Package tit
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II> : ohrlbrr IIk WORK GUARANTEED Phone No.1 :
'. > or ar I?.wurr.!.. .wllT xrtraKwl RUM BAR and ;! ; : ; ;. : NEW ARMAYOR'SLA I
IT r Zl-Jrnrl. laflallerar : -
l, alna, >> aaaraatrrrf- : lEE ESTIMATES ON= REQUEST : '

.\\r. .,,repair. 1.Il.r....,.all "I'"I; :":.. : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Call V* and Be Satitjied : : -THE : : FAROLA SUNDRYMagazines
.ad,, < r, a ,.ph_p..I..laShr al ,, 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE till ; PorterAllen t
Mnk.w.rl.wllbi:!.:.. 21 oallr B rr.>.r- i -"We DeliverO Phones 781 and 229.W : : Proprietary MedicinesIw : \
in Town
Ilrst Drinks and Coldest Beer : Company : School Supplies .
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.9 : 413'' Du..l Street : ::::::::::::::::::::::....::::::::::::: ....... i..s. ; at t :
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s Moving, liaising or Shoring Houses, Garage, Under the New Ownership and Management!;
Food I Shopping i ; : ,r PLUMBING .: ,: Boats or If'hat Hate You : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN : !

lit Sure to Gel : BONDED and LICENSED : ilifirlire (:ifta For All (tcca iona

INSURED CONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 and Tastes In A Wide rice Range :
dIo/! ... Work Guaranteed "":;iIC : Corner Whitehead and Caroline Street Phone 1S71 ;
: : 9.. All
\\UA* .InstallationsMaintenance ....................s..s.............. .............................................
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S ENRICHED BREAD s ; : : Why Par Mor. When You Can Bur For Lest ;

S TJU Foundation of Todty't .Prompt .ReliableREASONABLE ,: : Men's, Ladies and Children's Wear : Specializing in' Spanish Food & Short OrdertDAILY : I
>Il-.J Pl.aa'1 : Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads : SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes Cictwiishand : '
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Corral Mgr. and Owner :
O : BALPH FAllu.PO., ..t r pnoirctM : : PHONE 1120 HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO Oprn Daily 7 A.M.-2: P.M. and 5 1.11.-12 M. : I
K ywrt : St. Phone UIZ. : ARE SMALL-BUT WHAT FOOD .
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( J r-,1,3323: : 'THE KEY WFm's+ T il ).4.Y. NOVEMBER" IS.; 198

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it Gerry Curtis I Fttfhion t! evening he will speak on. "One

REV. VETTER NEW Thwg Thou Lackest."

\Who Beautified i GROWN-UP PARTY CLOTHES vender There the will direction be special of Mrs. music Thel-

I Porch, minister. of music.
Key West' DeadGerry I. PASTOR OF GRACE ma

Good rubies or emeralds of

four carats or more are usually
Curtis. W, who directed
the 1..auufir of < more valuable than diamonds vi
tnon Key West | "
ti* two years during WPA days, the same size.
found dead -
was. in his bed in Miami |
yesterday he ..yyyyyyyy
Apparently ;
had died in his sleep. His cowiirkers The Rev. Mr. Zncker Who ISl r Lutheran
said he was at his desk //tot' of LI Salvador Methodist ;Grace

the day before and had not con> I III At Miami Beach I Church, will be guest speaker at Church
44fd ftf feeling ill. II 7.30: p. m. tonight at the Youth I

Among the places Mr Curtis AlVNOfji\'CES SERVICES WILL BK HELD AT 10:30 for Christ Rally in the First 1215 PETBONIA STREET
lieaatirted in Key West is Bay- <
view Park He also created asmall EFf1 X1..1/., I\STEAD OF 4T 7:30 P.U.; SCHOOL: Methodist Church. There will be t SchL
I park the a vocal duet by John Knowlesand Sunday 9:30 A-M
la arts where the *
I ufltrrrs' clubhouse stands on the H Hk t Claude Sails: an organ solo
E Divine
southerly. Whitrhead street, run \I ,METHODIST C.lWRl; by Margaret Finder and at the ,
rung down to the beach {
He was widely known and well ; 1 I The Rev M. K. C Vetter of Aadison. Illinois is substituting piano will be Rosemary Felton t 10:30 AM.REV. .

liked in Key. West He was an enthusiastic i .' l-v. i for the Rev. F. H. Zucker as, pastor of the Grace Lutheran The Rev George McNeill Ray. | M. K. C. VETTEH. Pastor
adherent of the senti1ntritt pastor of the First Baptist
expressed in that poem I| ; Church-: Church will discuss Tlie Things .
"Woodman Spare That Tree! lie |i The Rev. Mr. Vetter announced today that services will beheld That Are God's", at the service tomorrow ,I ---- ------

S4ud he luved trees and felt ad.p I i } at 10.30: a-m. on Sunday: and would be held at that hour at 10:50: a. m. In the''
sense of regret when it became "i 1 I
';> for about six months when his pastorship comes to an end. The CHURCHof
to cut down
tnt Mffsaury a j' services had been held at 7:30 p.m. for some months.
t 'I
I __ t. fI I "1 will be happy to greet all Lutherans and those without Poinciana Baptist
I I i : a church home at our services.." said the Rev Mr. Vetter today. CHRIST

r Christmas: Tree f f ,i i i "1 will hold adult confirmation classes by appointment> at my Church

a >) I home. 1108 P 'onia.street.- Ashby and Von Phister Streets
To I Church,.. Workers Training 17th and Eagle
Group I"i [School for all teachers and prospective by II. Shelley This will be an
for the Christeningof
I t teaches of the four I 'opportunity SUNDAY
meeting of the Community < I Methodist Churches, to begin at infants. .
( AJ4. Bible Study 10 A.M.
Christmas Tree I It ij Sunday School.

will be held at B p. m.organization Thursday a ., 1.j(:the Church Fleming Sunday Street 3 p-m.Methodist Miss :ship' The Meeting Methodist, led Youth by Rx Fellow-Hess, Worship :. 11 l.M.

in the City IUIL J G Swelling, -i--- : t..- I Irnr '.! I I(Mary Calhoun will be the instructor Will be held at 6:30: p.m. "Following Morning! Worship, EveningWorvlp
chairman of the ,
organization annouovrd ,. for Children Workers : the Gleam" will be the pastor. U iOQ (J'CI'M'k 7:1.1 P.M.
tdavSweeting ':and will teach a course entitled. subject at 7:30 p. m. ,The
said that reprrenta- (i"Teaching Ct l loves of fraternal and .civic orcanuatkms. .. 1 'tin Mount formerly connected High." by W. Norman. Mrs. P. B. Study. 7.4S P.M.
of religious groups : Roberts, at the will play. ; Worship
i I with the Board of Education at organ Evening ,
and all others mteie teJ' in the "Vesper Song.by R. Stultz, EVERYONE WELCOMEFor
Nashville Tenn. will teach a
i iI o.CIH'k
Lit.... Tier ,work will ( 8:00
s gather. I
: j course entitled], "Teaching i"Evening Hymn by Ashford Information. Phone (10
Every: year the community has I I IChristmas 1 I Youth" for all youth and adult : and "Introspection." by F. Hart-

a Tore in Uayview I i teachers. ':mann A special invitation is
Paik for the benefit of( the extended to Service MenThe Public Cordially, Invited
,, children of the .. held t tI Rev. Robert W. Weaver,
.6. at 7 30 and be each
with. fuud and toys are carried --a- -- -- ---a .T- --- I : p. m.
pastor of Ley Memorial Methodist First Church
I night from.Monday to Thursday.
to the homes of the of Key
WcO. poor TWO-TIMER This day-and-night ensemble Isilfulgnetl GLITTER COW\ :This is an accredited training Church will preach at 10:50a. WJ t. and Washington Streets

b)' l'aull'aTlll's lit *et* a inniian througha This icellbred. dress of I school of the Methodist Church. : m. tomorrow on" "Jesus. Teach Christian Science Rev. Melrose S. Avery Pastor
About God. In the eveninghis
I'KEHDKMI\L: )': PRESS: busy day and/ tm ;into the red hat Rev. G. Leon Wells will be the'I ing
et'e"II;! cherry gray crepe gradual' Dean of the school. : subject will be, "Am I Mv SUNDAY SCHOOL

(Continued From Page One) silk faille;/ if has a trim .wl/.Lrtttoned jarhet over a ed rtncs of sequins as a Rev. Robert W. Weaver will : Brother's Keeper" Society STARTS AT 10:00 AM..

sow press of inference.thr newspapermen Mr. Prrmidt asked, cttcktail or In/ttrmul dinner dress trills wide short. festlie. ,w,,.. For tcoinenunder I speak at the 10::So a. m. service on ; Fleming The Rev.Street J. B.Methodist Reid pastor Church of 6f Key West Men's Bible Class. 10 AJ4.

hint I der straps ru/f" d decttlletuge and slim, sleek linn. S ft. .7, by I'arden. the topic "Jesus. Teaching About will occupy the pulpit at both 327 ELIZABETH STREET Church Service

"If yaws ll let me ask the ques- ------ [ )God" Miss Catherine Knowles'services tomorrow, at 10:50 a. m. -;, 11:00 A.M.,
tMins. why HI l*4d one' prababiy DOROTHY ROE will render a solo M Y. F. will and 7:30 p. m. There will be a Sunday School. 9:30 AM. Subject:
nest week," the President said i Associated By I color straight you'll gd for the jewel-toned meet at 6:30 p.m. At the 7:30 eve- Youth Fellowship gathering at Sunday Morning ServicesAt "A SAILOR'S PRAYER'
Press Fashion Editor
nuitfig I dresses designed for holiday 'wear I ning service, the choir will sing 6:30: p. mMorning.
Then in a man*'nt he crew se-" This is the time of year when a woman':; One of the most popular styles of the sea "Wait dn the Lord" by Roy worship at the Poin- 11 o'ClockSubject 7.30 P.M. i
tMlUS."If: thoughts turn to patty clothes-something nif- the cocktail dress E. Nolte. Mrs. Stewart Whiting :
son is jnd jacket. You wear ciana Baptist Church will be atllam Young People's Group
you can think of anythingon to make the at the club sit and take j will be at the organ. Rev. Weaver "MORTALS AND
ty girls up the outfit complete with demurely high-necked, ., and the evening service Under Direction of
ui *tt I ran comment I'll hold will use os his sennon topic "Am IMMORTALS"Wednesday
notice-something sleek and sensational for long-sleeved jacket to your daytime pursuits will begin at 8 p. ri' CAROL HENNING. Leader ,
a piw* conference the tint of the My Brother's Keeper'
werk." said the President -111 that cocktail party. remove the jacket to reveal a low-cut party II II t Commander Blau\elt will be in There will be worship at \11 a. EveningaMeetings

probably havr no mmment to It can't be mere coincidence that dress frock after sundown. charge of the Men's Bible Class m. ahd at 7:45 p. m. in the Churchof at 8 o'Clock 730. PIONEER GROUP

Utah'un many of your questions.KN manuiactuieis me well aware of thin seasonal The stiff rustly fabrics such as taffeta and I at the First Presbyterian Church Christ tomorrow Reading Room in the Church Leaden ELEANOR GARCIA

(t...wren" urge. and are shipping glitter frocks galoreto faille are in high favor for dress-up wear this' at 10 a. m, tomorrow the Rev "Mortals and Immortals' will Edifice will >. open Tuesday .
shops all over the country right about now. season with clinging crepes also holding Melrose S, Avery pastor, an- be the subject for discussion at add fridays from 6a I P.M. Visitor. Friend'and M sab.r.
:\..: : WITH You can find them in all price ranges and in their own. Newest are the muted Victorian I nounced today. the Christian Science Society at and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M. Are Invited to Our Services .

(C ntlnurd From Pace On) I many handsome new fabrics. II you're the colors and changeable or iridescent taffetas, Miss Carol Henmng will direct II a.m. tomorrow. There will also I - - -- ---'

and AI Mills closed the door ofthr conservative type you'll like the range of gray but there are still plenty of glowing colors the Youth Fellowship Hour at be a meeting at 8 p. m., Wednes- I '

IUxha_ dining ruum to all.I tones in dress-up clothes. If you take your around for women who like to be vivid. II 7:30, p. nv. while Miss Eleanor day.The
Rev. Oscar Rodriquez Ley Memorial Methodist 1
r>crf>u W mayor and Conunis- ___. __ __ __ Garcia will lead the Pioneer pas: _
h -------- -- ----
......r*t""r>tly Group at 7:30 p. m. The First .. .
.It tR.es a fine party the fintl -. \I Memorial Service; t Presbyterian Church will be Tie Church with a WeJcone"
w* Eve ever had anywhere" I hosts to the Union Fellowship 9 First Congregational Church Corner of DIVISION and _GEORGIA STREETS

*...| TuAf\ V.:T'.ru of the Wo h- STAMPS\ IN THE NEWSAn iSiiiiJfiy At Trinity I p IT}.. tomorrow 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. ROBERT "'. WEAVER, Pa..tor
'''S..>M Itutrau of the Atoucuted' ( j "On Serving Other Gods," will

11..... llv voiced. the sentiments' (,T'l Newtfealure by SYD KRONISHThe j Presbyterian :I J I.be the title of a sermon to be delivered Between Southard k Fleming -. : CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A-M j

tit all the. nrfesmrn who attend i f by the Rev. John M. Pey- John M. Peyton. Pastor < Mir Miriam Carey, Supt.
the patty I I ton pastor of First Congiegat School. 9.4S AM. "
LnVttammrnt was handled' by descriptions of the last two stamps officially scheduledon t I The Rev. Si ismund A. Laing, t I tional Church at the service at 11 J.Sunday Archer, Supt Classes for All 10:50 AM, Morning ,Worship

Ctw try Farrell of the Paik I the U S coiimemcuative: stamp list for 1348 have been an-{t minister of Trinty Presbyterian ,1 a. m. tomorrow Tomorrow at Sermon "JESUS' TEACHING ABOUT GOD" I
Avrnur Night Club. Munu. and Church, will speak on. "The 7:30 p. m. his sermon will be on 11:00 JIM. ,
the P\tik Avenue!' Trtu. Farrell, nounced by the Post Office Department. I Power of Prayer" at the Ham. "Opportunities and Capacities." MORNING WORSHIP 6:30.A/., Methodiit Youth Fellowship// / I Ii
The 3-cent the 100th of the
was funny and the newsmen all stamp honoring anniversary At-
First Methodist Church
Turners will be first sale Nov. 20 at Cin- service tomorrow "On Serving! Other Gods"Music i 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship
Here tickled with his stone and Society: placed on day Eaton and Simonton Streets the l
kLTwo cinnati. The will be blue and depict a torch throwing The }en's Civic Club of the: by the Junior Choir
stamp wilt Sunday School, with classes for Sermon "AM I MY BROTHER'S KEEPER
of the the of American Turners. On the left and church conduct its annual 6:00: P.M., Christian Endeavor
newkpaprrinen also light on. history the I i all ages, will meet at 9:45 a. m. Wedaesday. 7-30 P.M., Mid-week Prayer Service
Sane and pUyed tae punu.UK right sides of Memorial Service at the evening At 10:50: a. m.. the pastor the 7:30 P.M. j
Thursday, 7:30 P.M., "Craft Night" for Senior Youth
cMMMtte in charge of the the) torch! area i esto4 tr worship. The Committee of Ministerial Rev. C. Leon Wells, will preachon EV" IS(; WORSHIP ''I
7 30 P.M.. Adult
General of the Communist Fnday : Young Hobby Night
altar inctttdrd Russell !tills taiy Relations from "What of the "
pair of gym : >? the Pros- Night The organist -
Paul Sner Earl Adams. John mastic hang : Paitv Ctntial Committee. Zhdanov -j I r bytery of Knox will attend and I Mrs. P. B. Roberts will

SputUwuud and William V. Al ing rings. Below i..,i i54Ii 11I one of the: closest associates ]i will hold a conference with thei play Andante Grazioso', by C. 1 I .
bury Th affair way financed: circle of Stalin was a member of the, officers of the church. Lysberfi, and -Pastorale", by B. Wed. 7:30 p.m Praye -Ptais I .
in a
by the donations *4 citizens of b"oa"U powerful politburo a founder of i| Members of the committee are Drew The Choir will sing "The Fri* 730. Young People's Night
the city" I the Amen <0 the Commform and a leader in', Dr. Joseph W. Iloltey of Albany I! King of Love My Shepherd Is," The FIRST METHODIST
can Turners !mRCH
A-.na tktwe. present was JoeQuimt : the Cominfurm's recent attacks Georgia; the Rev. M. F. Adams, -- -- -- I
of MiaJiii, director of the National Emblera arr on Pr.mi '4 Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia I also of Albany, and the Rev. :. Corner of EATON and SIMONTON e

UMIAI' ,Publicity Bureau QvunnSaiJ.he I J ; .... He died of a heart. attack I Walter N. McLean of Fort Pierce b COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US G LEON WELLS. Pastor :
Will Here attrmptintugel The 3centeraommemorat .", "'.,.., last Aug.! 31. .. .
1'rvktdrAt Trunwn to come S I The cars, trucks and buses in I II .

to Muitni; during his stay downtere Ing the centenary 1 Spain celebrates the tOOth an-I the United States, about 33,000 I;
JfCunlmued of the birth of Joel niversdiy of its railroads with I I 000, contain more than one billion FLEMING STREET METHODIST CHURCH SIulllfly'Services :

-- I Chandler Harris will be thin new stamps reports Leon)i gears and other toothed ele- ,

l'n.'I1.W..: : ) on first day sale Dec. 9 placed at Eat.: Monos:>un. The 50 centimes brown'i iwho ments. I Ii I : Confer Fleming and William II.I ; 9:45 A.M.. Sunday School :.

( Fnitn Page One) onton. Ga. Harm created the pictures MJIOUIS IfL"'lIlimental d: Salamanca.in estab-i I : REV. J. B. REID. Pastor : lU( :: (U '\.AI. Muriiin<: Worship. and Srrinoii ;
often lOt the allies of the news I Immortal "Uncle Remus:' This wa j I mails are for Freedom From i -- Subject "WHAT OF THE NIGHT
and financing
lishins;. hulding: j Want: Depicted is a man sowing' SS
Mien The President aba was r--I....!..'.% .. new adhesive:: the railroads in Spain. The 2' seeds of grain. 6:30 P.M., Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship 5
i I
"earta. a elute Itrtmct.. which hejretnuVeU I I V will be pur- PL:c.as anm-il red shows a j Each stamp bears a side view : CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.. Classes For All Ages S: Leader: Rex hiss .
as tttenttri* l the > -.
After staying about five pie and will streamlined train above whichflies 'I )portrait of Roosevelt in the upper : Merrill Felton General Superintendent : 7:30 I .t.I. E.e fiiiuYoi>liii! ;

II.... the l>re.Kent lilt the 11\-1 I .4: jJ' show a portrait an an plane. The 5 pesetas loutcovu left corner. : : "FOLLOWING THE GLEAM" will be the Sermon SubjectIJIIIF"
1 of Harris groin depicts a train en I Morning Sere('e 10:50: oT.Iwk
tr.g. a<"itpamed" b> a S<<
ServM-e man Another SS in an oval a high stone brldge. Uruguay pays tribute to itsj!I : Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M.
trailed ditUitut behind the t3 r y frame against j Industrial and Agricultural Exposition -j Special Imitation To Service MenThe -W
uiiMr .
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President lie walked' back tow I I t .' .. a backgroundof Ecuadoi has issued a beautiful -,i held Oct. 9-Nuv. 9 at : Song Service. 710PM. -

ftrd the Little White (House colonial design. At the baseof set of 5 postage and 5 late air- Paysandu with two new stamps. I j I S: E>eniug Worship 7:3() u'Clotk --- --- - --- - -
the mail stamps honoring I The 3 cent shows a water- {
Just wanted to stretch my legslittle" portrait will be a closed. D. Rooseveltand i.! REV.: REID: WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY
a wa the Presidents- book, scroll quill pen and an President Franklin front scene. The 7 cents blue Lle- |i,.-. -
planattun fur the walk. inkwell the "Four Freedoms reports -! picts agricultural; scenes i i First
Co,1 Church
i Baptist
Black Stamp
Fort Jefferson was a bastion of the Penny
Stamp collectors desiring 10 centavos pink and 20 I '!- uimuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiianiHimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii! l iiiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiH'iiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii l l :
the nation detente about 100 first cancellations
day of these
years ao It ha been reserved adhesives may send up to 10 are centavos for "Free-olive; Trinity Presbyterian Church :I Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
a* a National Mimument It was :1 Youth for Christ 1
addressed with From Rally GEORGE McISEILL
built of Lou k imported trim Enj- envelopes remittances dom' I 717 Simonton Street (Colored) RAY., l'alor
to the Postmasters at Fear: These
Un The firs muuQted ISO
cannon Sigismund A. Laing. Minister = Director. HARRY RUSSELL =
Cincinnati Ohio and Eaton two picture a f
balk in the days when it was I
regarded as important lu protect Ion. Ga. respectively: ofbelljustice.scales i 11:00 o'clock | TOMGIIT, 7:30 O'CLOCK ial | SUNDAY SCHOOL., 9:45: A.M.

the gulf and southern states. ; :Morning Worship! | | F. W. Smith. Superintendent
UiU. t. lU .walls., the pretulcnUal .1 l I Australia will issue three special : The 30 centavos Sermon
{only could see. among other postage stamp during the olive I I : i J FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I 10:50 t.31.
Royal The 2> ._ green 40 centavos -I "THE POWER OF PRAYER" Morning Worship
things. nib which" one.wne visit nexttar :: '."":
: : Coiner and SIMONTON STREETS:
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sad a* a virtual political prison.In I pence, fur empire mail will feature '' t ..--.: orchid Sunday School 3:30: P.M, Sermon "THE THINGS THAT ARE GOD'S"

the prison Dr Samuel Uudd. a poi trait of the King Queen and 1 sucre brown are foi Free t Youth Meeting 5:30 P.M. =--= -=-= Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10:50 to 11:50
Ute Maryland, doctiv .whu set the and Princess Matgarct ROB. They' dom of Worship:' This group illustrates 7.00 Clock E
\tt of Juhn Wilkes Booth theass.sitn '. air pence. for foreign mail will i a man and boy netting Guest Speaker: OSCAR RODRIGUEZEL I BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15: P.M.

of lrrctdent Lincoln.Vlutld I show a portrait of the Prmt.t.ssThe :. in pray; :i'. I Evening Worship SALVADOR METHODIST CHURCH
was convicted as ;a coniptfaW 18 pence. for overseas air]j The 60 centavos green and Memorial Service for 7:301'.1L hvenini Worship
'' He .won a hen,'. accU.matMn mail will bear a pol trout of the I brown and 1 sucre pink and grey, Woman s Civic Club = VOCAL DUET.. John Knowles and Claude Sails Sermon "ONE THING THOU LACKEST"

.when as a prisoner lit King.: and Quern i both aiimaiU, are for "Freedom Tue.... 7:30: Prayer Service: ORGAN SOLO Margaret Pinder g
Fort Jvffertwn. he served all atop I'I I of Speech" They show a man and Deacons Business Meeting PIANO Rosemary Felton !
a )'..Uow fever epidemic which Russia has: issued a special 40 speaking from a platform. I Wednesday' 7.30 P.M.. Prayer and Praise Service

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I Phones The Citizen Office-51 j, YJ E.E K. utv&v l '? i iColetla I Frederic *; -.1.*

Residence-62g-}t1 Sivrys ; ;
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4 H..n.IUllUlUlUlllmuwmuuuumuIllllllDImWm I GET RACING BENEFITS
\ l IunOlHlunwQnlunwwlnuO41nmruw) I IJ i The Cara Cayo Hueso is now

(l Resume Of Week's Social f i: I, under the management of Mr. f

f: School-* Given One-Half; ]f and Mrs. Frederic For

J: Activities Shows Many Events II County Commissioners ,! its revenue for re-establishing' past 16 years Mr. and Sivry.Mr, Sivry the

Of 3 i f government land markers, opera- !I have operated famous hotels in
Importance Took Place t Share Deposited Paris and thus cater to
Locallv it t.t : lion of a state park and for soil. can Key
I Westers and tourist who delight
i j This has been a busy In All Funds survey. Other usages there i in- ;;
week: for 11, as well i itet 1 i in French delicacies. Mrs.
Key West ....iahu... with as yesterday the 12th. .. |elude support of a health unit 1 1I ; Sivry ;
1 evmU of many there were a number of dances I : ..... .\-k.tlllaB! ) 1 hospitalization of the sick, sup i iI | who is a native of Normandy. '
importance t I .
f! taken place between having sponsored by various organiza- I __ I MIAMI Kov.'v' >-- 'Mont e !,I port of courts and law enforcement i a t well I specialize in food from
Monday and tions, all of L ,} I recipes in her J JI
them closely guarded
i i t".by..v well-attended I : ) .j' county's old folks have received!!!t schools, roads and bridges .
| and enjoyable. i courthouse and I I f roily for many generations.
I improvement
First of all, there was on Mon- Yesterday there was the not- j ;: A proportionate shares of the more ]I!'general! welfare work. 'I I I I The beautiful Casa Cayo HuedoI

f; : day of -East night Lynne"the brilliant opening able Luncheon and Fashion Show I 1 than )1.-155000: ; distributed i i I Hamilton county provides a'']I I has been completely redecorated
at the Barn held at the x Florida from the 1 1i with murals by Don
Officers Club at Ft. ;Yx throughout ; service officer to aid vcterms.1 I painted
t Theatre
' West Players presented by the Key Taylor under the auspices of the I j state racing revenue, it is shown (i Okeechobeo county set aside Hirleman. The atmosphere is J'
f t evening of and offering an Officers Wives Club. This was in a survey just completed for ;| funds for a cqunty hospital air- I I French in every detaiL
unrestrained fun. The the highlight: of" the social wetk. Hiaeah! Race Course. In additfcn, plane hangar and school gymnasium Mr. and Mrs. Sivry are prepared .
to play was continued all week, and a complete reporting of same I the county has received more as special items, while un- I to rater to parties of any it.
an enthusiastic audience at ; will appear on Monday in these than $600,000 out of the $40,74 'der general purposes the county i I size with very careful attention
each perfwrmarK-e, and the clos- columns j I 000 disbursed equally to the 67 ,. used racing revenue for a health to the tastes of the individual
,;: tai will take place tonight. !! Last night the Audubon So- counties of the state in equal unit publicity end advertising,1 i'I diner as well.--Advt.

11 Thi play was by no means: ciety met in a fine session, during. shares for schools welfare roads schools, roads and bridges and !
f the best ever presented by the t, which Oliver Griswold gave!: an and bridges and other general canals and drainage. I Fruit rooked in a syrup tends
t1 group but it has nevertheless address on Bird Migration and' I usages and special items of government Pinellas anJ Orange counties' to hold its shape: if the fruit.is t.> ..

t teen very successful and well- .' an interesting and instructive'Ii ? I Everett A. Clay said to- use part cf their funds for agri- Le purer 1, coot: it in water ajii .
| received. j program took place. i day.Onehalf j culture while Suwance and Wal-i add the sugar tfter it is mashed
. On Tuesday, the November; During the week there were I of the state distribu- ton counties set aside funds:: furhospitals or sievi-1 .
meeting of the Key West Wom- Tkm tion to Monroe county goes to the and hospitalization of .*
meetings of the P.-T. As of the I II
I an' Club was held, and this was city business and social meetings A schools and the remainder to the the sick. Walton also established enue has resulted in a reduction
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a very large affair with many of various clubs severalbanquets i' eommissiones for general" purposes -, a farmers' curb market and pro- I! of general: 1 tax assessments
members present and during honoring visiting club County Clerk Ross C. Saw- vides money for its operation. !I A recapitulation of the surrey

j which Rev. James II. Mac Connell I officials, and all this, beside the | yer explained to a representative 1 Santa Rosa county uses part of [shows that 10 counties provide
gave a powerful and moving usual private cocktail of Hialeah Race Course, "The the money for 4-H club work. 1 mothers' pensions from the'reve-
' talk un public welfare problems.At .:and dinners that have parties taken funds have been deposited in all Lee county gives one-third of (nue. They are. Bradford ,Calhoun -
this meeting also many civic; place. funds same as tax money and its extra income to the city of 2 Charlotte, De Soto, Hardee,
projrcU were discussed. I It has indeed been I ; used for all purposes." Fort Myers. Charlotte shares its { Indian: River Orange Semirtole,
On Armistice Day, November week for an Purposes for which the extra money with Punta Gorda and I Taylor and Washington. Mosquitoand
t local society. racing revenue is used by the Franklin gives Apalachicola and other pest control funds are

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from "A" for agriculture! to I their bonded indebtedness. Hamilton Holmes Liberty.
GristcoWs Talk On Bird Migration I UV for Veterans and "W" for j County clerks are agreed that ''Taylor and Washington. Advertising -
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revenue I racing revenue reduces taxation and publicity are setup
Received! Last received by Dade, Broward, Hills- In some counties it is a I 1 in Broward Charlotte De So
Enthusiastically Night I Family Of Durham, N. C., The Weather borough, Levy and Sarasota I veritable "life saver" in revenue. to, Dixie, Gadsden. Indian River
counties goes to the schools while ( Bradford County Clerk A. J. Okeechobee, Taylor and Union.
At Key West Andnbon Society Meeting Returns Home After Key West VisitMr j FORECAST Volusia county this year ear- i Thomas told a representative of Nearly every county in the'state
marked its extra revenue as a Hialeah Race Course "Without provides for hospitalization of the
Over thirty-five members and interested in the bird life they and Mrs. Louis Coletta, of i been a delightful one. Key West" and Vicinity: Partly bonus for teachers. I i it I do not know what we would sick and other welfare work from
friend of the Monroe County'Audubon find in South Florida. Protectionof I Durham N. C., will," leave tomor- Mr. Coleus who is the owner !t:cloudy with scattered showers in Little Collier county uses partlion's I have done." He added, "The rev- the racing revenue. -' .. V.
the Moderate winds I _._ _._
heard area. easterly
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Cfllrnt address on bird migration I West would make the section : by their daughters, Durham. N. C., states that it is i through Sunday.
at the Wumans Club Budding Mary and Anna. ', Florida: Fair thru Sunday except Fashion .
even more interesting to winter entirely possible that he may
<< last night by Oliver Gris- I partly cloudy with a few
The Colettas have been
visitors Griswold pointed out. visiting some time in the future open a ;
wind former Key West resident The miracle of migration. Gris, I Mr. and Mrs. Octavia Rio io at i iI branch of his plant in Key West ; local showers in lower east coast U. S. CORSET CAVALCADE
nd past-president of the local, wold said was one of the phenomena I their home at 1502 South street i iI .The Colettas plan to'drive |I and over the Keys. Little changt; -
Society it was announced todayby of nature that remainsa I for the past week and express : north, stopping en route in Daytona i'in temperature.
Stuart S. Whiting President riddle even though intensive themselves as being more than Beach and Jacksonville, as t Jacksonville through Florida
la his remarks, illustrated by pleased with Key West. Their I II well several Straits: Moderate easterly winds Y
I as other
,study has been given to bird migration I points be- in .
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natural color slides Griswold indMalcU portion Sunday. h
of stay on the Island, they say has fore finally arriving in Durham.
over a period
that of the many Gentle to moderate variable
rarer j
. birds such as many the Ibis, Roseate years by naturalists and ornithologists I -------..- ----- _. -' _'_._'___ ._ __.:..._ I I 1 i, winds in north portion becoming
SpuoaUll and White Key West being on !!! northeasterly: Sunday. Widely
Crt the Great Eastern is Council: Officers }) T. A. At
Heron were making a slow but one .- :i scattered showers in south por-
of the favored spots where the I I lion, fair! weather elsewhere.
tteady increase in number un-
dry the protection which has : study can be carried forward. I Meeting In Tavernier; Wednesilay i i East Gulf: Moderate easterly
been afforded them by the National George Milk. White. vice president winds in south portion thru Sun- ,
Audubon Society and the of the society here, discuss- The Tuvonier 'P.ir 'nt-Teac.'ht'rs meeting in the TaverniiT Church 1 Uay. Gentle to moderate east to
a Fish and WiM I oe-Service? Gris- vd the., Screen: Tour Clubs; end :Association is planning a luncheon t! Marathon and Matt>cumbe P.-T-A.1'( northeast: winds in north portion. 'V
wold. who has recently completed distributed folders, posters and at the Bay View Restaurantto members will ;Itt-nil the meeting1ul.so. : '1" tV'eathor fair.
a bitok on the history of., membership cards to members honor the Key \WM County !II h No small craft or storm warnIngs -
the Everglades Park region in present. Mrs. Grace Crosby was: I Council Offict-i-s who will ronie The newly elected officers' of hiivv teen issued. 1
collaboration with Charles 1 designated to head the adult I to TaverniiT Wi.-dnesd.iy, November 1 the Tavernicr: P.T.A. are Mrs. ,, y ytt5h3
Brookfield of the Tropical Florida membership campaign, while 17, to install tl,- ntwlyelccteil Jack Wilkinson, President; Mrs. ItKI'OKT:
Audubon Society predicted Mrs. Marion Starke is to have II officersImmediately I Claude Lowe, vice-president; Key West Fla., Nov. 13. 1948.
that in the not distant future the.( charge of student memberships following the Mrs. Manuel Arsua, secretary !: (Observation taken at City Office
Everglades National Park section Memberships Mr. White said, in- luncheon and installation, the I and Mrs. Rodney Albury, Treasurer 8:30: a.m., EST)
would have such numbers off j clude admissions to the entire Council will hc4d/. emc County: Temperatures LI

bird life that the rarer birds scries of five entertaining events I : --- .. --- .IIiRhofct.yc.stfn.lay: 84
would again begin to frequent ,( to be held at Key West High I Tx.wfit lust night 76 ,
the Florida Keys. I i School Auditorium during the Calendar Of i; 1)J''tOllllllllJlllioll \ Mean temperature 80 W It
He mentioned that reservations winter season, beginning with ; Normal 75
for the nature tours operand Roger Tory Peterson, on Decem- II Coming Events j A distinguished visitor to The: ': Precipitation
by the National Ai dubon ber 17. ]I Citizen offices this. morning was !I Total l Lrt :24 hours 0.06 ins.
Society into the Cape Sable, j During the business session it I I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13- i I J. L. Sims publisher of The Total tins month 0.17 ins. :
Cuthbert Rookery Coot Bay : was reported that according to Free Dance, Fleet Reserve As- Tames: and Democrat, Orange-i Deficiency this month 1.05 ins. i
Bottle Key and Tavenier areas, the latest figures there are about I I! socialion. Branch No. 56, C:00:: | burg South Carolina. {)i Total Gus! year 45.78ms.
were already booked weeks 225 members of Junior Audubon ,, P.M. Public Inviled. Music| Mr. Sims accompanied by Excess tins year 10.27 ins. w

ahead. This", he said, indicates Clubs in the city as compared toi i j by Coral Isle Serenaders.: Mrs. Sims and their daughter Relative Humidity.
that winter visitors are also a total of 150 for last year. j Closing performance "F st' Alice came to Florida to attend 8:30 a.m.

_____ _____ i I I! "Lynne" ut Barn Theatre. Pre- '' the Southern Newspaper Pub i 1 P3I
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Curtain time> 8:30 II I ( Level!). 8:30 a.m.
p.m. Petersburg and alter the me tmg -
Tiro Kt'y !West High School Students TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ICth- decided to visit various i I, 29.9'J: ins.-l015.6 mbs.

Meeting.': Kiwanis Club. 6:45: places of interest in the state. |, Tomorrow's Almanac
Selected To Represent This City At p.m. Talk by Dr. J. Lancelot. 111Sims expressed himself s; -. I i I j!i I Sunrise 6:42: a.m. ?
Lester Jr., subject ''C :N"t'r." being very favorably impressedwith Sunset 5:41: p.m. ;

Florida ntindmastcrs; Clinic; In Tampa and film "The Traitor With- Key West. and regrets that I.,, Moonset Moonrise\ 4:25: p.m. !
Mar-\ 4:41
in" shown by Antonio !''it was necessary for the familyto : a.m.
Major Earl Dillon, director of i!Fpa r November 14th and 15th there tinez. ;> leave eo soon;,as they would:i ------ I II
the Key West High School band, will be a going-over of all the I P.T.A. Key West High School; like to have spent more time on'1 TIDES I
has been notified by letter from '; numbers that will be selected for meets. 8-00 p.m. in Ilir.hI I the Island. (Naval Base)
Mr. Romulus Thompson, president 1 playing at the State contests and School. Address by Dr. J. ; Tomorrow rI
of the Florida Bandmasters: Association there will also be a reading of ,,I Lancelot Lester. Jr., and:j I Friends of Mrs. G. R. Smiley i (Eastern Standard Time) r
that two member of the i new materials for use in educational showing of film. Public" !; in-1' and her daughter Mrs. Bowman'I High Low
Key West High School Band havebeen | work. vited. ;!I>; Cutter will be glad to learn that ; 8:44: am. 2'10 a.m.
chosen to represent Key There will also be offered lectures WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER\ 17- ,.|I they have returned to Key West 8'1:: p m. 1.54 p.m.
West at the Florida Bandmasters I by experts on the various Meeting Troop 8 Oirl Scouts, |: after visiting for quite some ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I
Clinic to be held at Tampa, Nov. i phases of musical education, climaxed 3:30: p.m. Wesley House. I I I I time in New York and Virginia.I (Reference Station: Key West) ,
j by a band concert by the THURSDAY NOVEMBER IS- Time of Height of
14 to 16.These I I : Cutter, the former Helen
young men are Ed Steen, massed students from all High Sewing Group Woman's Aux- 'I k Smiley brought with her, her StationTide high water I II
Schools in Florida. iliary of Monroe\ County Hospital 'rJfthia Honda I
solo clarinet and Jackie Drudge i one-month old new daughter, Ii
'I Major Dillon, who is a member 2 p.m. at Hospital. Kv-: j i (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft
honor i well her six- I i
Susan Cutter
solo cornet. This is a great as as I ,
as it is the first time the Key of the F.B.A., will leave Sunday eryone invited to join this i year-old son. Bowman Cutter, ;i No-Name Key SHAPES OF THE; TIMES These are the changes in the feminine silhouette

West. band will have been represented I I to attend the convention lie will.I group. Transportation to and Jr. (east endf2h20m) I through 7.* yearn fashion, with their accomi>anying nm/W/u/1/mips. Thrbuttle \
in this All State band, : be accompanied by Mrs. Dillon, from Hospital can be arranged Mrs.: Smiley is at home at 1415 Bcca Chica of 187.1 erolred into the Gibson Girl figure of WOO iie I"u rit'lline
the I bv telephoning Mrs. Butt
of about one Ed Steen and Jackie Drudge Division street, and Mrs. Cutter (SandyPointOh 40m
which is
hundred of composed the best players from two students and Mrs. Drudge. t 420-W. '; at 1414 Albury streetDrill. Caldes Channel I of 1917, the 11CJ'iihorlll of 1923 and finally the natural feminine figurr of

all the high schools in Florida. !'I mother of the latter-named stu- I ':! (north end) +2h 10mf 1.4 ft If) 19. The modern corselelte, designed by 'Warner, has strapless "/ ..,.-, /,"

At the Clinic meeting at Tam- dent. i oFA ''aaTRp : YOV SMILE I! NOTE: oOo 'I nylon bra top. ,
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Rehearsal Of "The Messiah" To Ue : STaRT Souse Theory: j i to be subtracted. I By DOROTHY ROE. Associated Press Fashion Editor
: f I (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to I. Down through history women have changsd their shape as often as dressmakers have
fI "Your wife is a'ery systematic be"addecL -I f
Church I cKcjnqed the silhouette.
Stone "
Held Afternoon isn't she asked
Sunday woman '_ I Strange and wonderful things have been done to the female form in the name of fashion
West I ., Smith. iriLL YOU SMILE? since: the era of the bustle and the 18-inch waist. Those were the days when bulging abdomen
Honor Key "Yes, very, replied
Luncheon o "?Re' works on the theory that I L and balloon hips were considered beautiful, and when women greeted with cries of wonder ,

It has been announced by T. J. requested that all singers be pre- vou can find whatever you want A Gentle Start I the|new "folding bustle" which enabled them to sit down. ,

Moss,, director of "The Messiah" sent promptly at the time designated -I when you don't want it by look- I I The underpinnings of fashion through three generations I r saded against the teH-rirtw (
bea and that they note the it wouldn't be if Salesman What kind of were [
choral group, that there will ing where you a exhibited recently, together with authentic gowns of each
full rehearsal tomorrow at 3:30: change of meeting place from the II did want it." i I car would you like, madam, .I r,e rind when.. ...n..t the na.-. I I restraint of the "wasp waist" corsets .
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at the Stone church. High School Annex to the Stone I | four six or eight cylinders i! r-----' 1 I I Ii I through the "boy.. furred'of
Tepor and bassos will assemble I Church. j 1 Kndneys that are to be broiled 1 Timid Customer Couldn't I largest and oldest corset j, the socaledor.tl: ,-,;,," era of ; the flapper era and the vugee
at !::30. and the sopranos and Presentation date of "The M 's- i may be marinated in a French begin': with oQt." i companies (Warner Brothers) I II I i iI 1 the '20's. women haw kept right of the conwrtk is figure.
alUM at 3.00. following which I I siah" will be announced at a la- dies mg fast: be sure that the I celebrated its 75th anniver- !1 on buying corsets to mold their I Today's silhouette n mare

will U the full rehearsalIt is ter date in these columns. tl ._. dress:ng used is a tangy one with To bake eggs put them in a I! : figures into the yarrow shapes I nearly natural than in many
-- -- i iI' j plenty of seasoning. shallov.- baking dish that has sary.i i decreed by current fashion. During i;; years. Busts and hip are smoothly
--- 'I '| been lightly greased and bakein i Spectators: viewed with some the last ten years corset sale rounded but nut exaggerated
Cauliflower should be soakedIn The average automobile engine I'' When the National Football The fledglings of the hoatzin a moderate oven for 15 to 20 amazement the evolution of the I throughout the country have increased Waist are accvntiwtcd but nut
talked water for about a half ij fitted with as many as 11 I League campaign 'got underway ,>' (South American bird) have ; minutes or until the eggs are a.I modern silhouette through the nearly four-fold, from $90 pinched.. And ir. 'nutactuf n.*
hour before using so as to draw gears.! I thiee teams-the Boston'1IIr't:1l: eveloped claws on each I firm 43 desired. Buttered breadcrumbs j periods of the bustle, the wasp I million in 1939 to nearly $350 have come up with strapless bra
out any i insects If the head is left Yank, Philadelphia Eagles and I I wing and can climb trees like a seasoned with a little waist the Straight front" and i million in 1943. I mead eonek-ite for cornc1 CMI-
whole rather than separated into Mechanical transmissions in I Pittsburgh Stt-elf't'S--had never,I:' quadruped. I II j paprika. may be sprinkled over I 1 the flat-chested flapper era to to : The industry has weathered formation to the current mate t.fj 1i I II
fluwvrvU be Mire to put it into automobiles, have at least nine won a game: from the Chicago'Bears. 'I -I n HI j I I'I the eggs before they t in tinov -'I I day's natural and graceful lines. i many crises beginning with the!i j I plunging necklines aDd trace

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I Early Training; ;

f \ Writer I Football Coach Ito( new player -' The City Manager has refused under Ordinance 378 to appoint

r i HOLLYWOOD Cal.-Ten years'' )-You're great. The way you a Plumbing Board. I do net know his personal reasons for refusingto

hammer the 1 line, dodge tackle i out the provisions cf Scciicn: 2.
ago. Jean McCurdy left hollywood I carry
( SdY behind your man .and worm through | At my last appearance: he told me I was trying to make mountain -
r leaving; one scriptof
be a radio play. This script has your opponents is simply mar-, out of a mole hilt and if I persisted all he had to do was to

been chosen from more than j i velous. I hand al memorandum to his Secretary" to confirm the name of the
100. vehicle for Joan Leslie I New Player (modestly) I \!
Ir as a
a January" 1. 1948. Section 2
J II I man he had not reappointed on provides:
rs for a New Year's Eve Govern- !. it all comes from m) early I
ment bond bales program. 'The I training guess sir. You see. motherused '; ". lor a term not exceeding: one year and expiring on January lit

H i Government is offering $250 for I to take me shopping .with each year." My appeals to the City Commission have met twice;

q the script but no one seems to her bni bargain. days. with Commissioner Hardea's recommendation.: "To leave it up ta McCilrcly Is.
eTJ / know where Miss I '
? In making custard pie the crust the City Manager." i

1 WILL y'OlS.111LE! may be baked on.the bottom side I am publicly appealing to Commissioner Louis CarbonelL who J

'Ii-4U of a pie pan; the custard may be is public-spirited and whom I supported, by withdrawing in hit
In Touch I I baked separately in a (pan of the
: Getting same size'set in hot water and at I first election to investigate this matter now. i:

: "Does the foreman know that''' a low temperature. Afer the custard A serious mailer has arisen which: requires this board and Boardof

the trench has fallen in?" asked I I is }baked and has cooled so I Arbitration. I have a letter from Mr. Lewis Mills of 307-903 I
the contractor. that the feels warm it can be
1 I pan with statement in it to the effect
United Street a that I
To do a plumber
e ""Well sir. r>plip<1 the work transferred into the crust.
r. : t man. ".,-'rr flicuirm: him mt to this, run a spatula around the called: to unstop a line said and I quote. "Mr. seems to think
tell bin" cite::; of the u..tard.; tilt it some- it is due to oakum coming out of your joints and in this way
what and shake and slide it into blocking: or catching: the passing sewerage." I quote further: "10I

.tf.f Suli. ..ml.. r.. The Ci iTi-n the crust. I view of the circumstances of a repetition of the stoppage that it be

''ll". 1'.I..t<< |corrected within ten days at your own expense. I will mrrely
I i place: a contract with another ,plumber: at your expense."

I TWtX Pl-HSCri.; V.t.ni K'lt.n .n .er u' > *b'I! v.mh crashed through a guard rail on a The cause of this stoppage can-be viewed net by only a PlumberI
i bruta*. Irtl 1.! l to.- l to tilt track tf the W.n--r: Sit'm Southbound Railroad, and waS rtruck by -SIGH' i t t: ; ; ;:: I but by any ordinary laymen if be win raise the manhole at United
a I Iret9ht U.ia ne+r W.nvton Soiem. K. C. Th. loccmotitrc carried the wrecked car and its *ic- I erick of Denmark K-KI-'C-F--j: FUTURE and Reynolds Streets. In the same manhole .is'a ten-inch water
t n cUmt iS y.-rds. The deed were iJentifird! Mrs. Myrtle Dobbins ''Conn. 4S. of Winston- dow of .train a% he arrives In. I main which I believe is part of the old system. This main is only
S+tom. and M.gnrrate Earl Astor Scho Icy. 61. cf Atlantic City. N. J. Rescu workers are trying .London for a visit.www.wwwwwwwwwwww.. I five or six inches above the bott6m of the rnahhoie. I entered the

14 t no.e 5 .i ooier'fc body Irom the wreckage still en the locomotiye's cowcatcher. I Visit Your SchoolsSee manhole at the place indicated: by the City Engineer ai that time
i : L._ I and a channel was dug to make waste travel across the floor. I
\.- -- / : .. learned upon investigation a few days ago that this is known asa

;I\tj\\' U\II'1', auZl'( I 1\: TilE? SKY TODAY( ) IIV HISTORY I The VclcransCorner l how they are framing dry well with no water coming into it at either direction.

... 1 (Know ."'.meric: ) One apartment is empty and only one other is now in use. The

1781-John Moody. American' your children to be responsible .- I excrstia.: and paper! dumps and begins to pile up until it builds up

Loyalist.hanged; in Philadelphia I citizens: behind this water main until in a period of time it blocks: the exit.
as a British: spy-his brother. I The Plumber admit.ed ,to me he did not investigate the manhole

rioted American s.py.J851 .____________AA.A_ > but tried twice.fo: rod the line.I .'

-First American settlers Will the Veterans Administration am hereby. publicly: warning that any further statements
land to found' Seattle Wash. 1 J I which cannot be proven and reflect in a derogatory manner will be
help the veteran find a job 4.M4l
1864-Gcn. Sherman devastates r ) taken to due process: of law. I have no intention oi lowering public
after he has finished training un-
Atlanta!. Ga., preparatory to .' .. .. confidence: in my work or in permitting others to do so by unwarranted
"March to the Sea." der the GI Bill'? Answers historic '\: ''9 statements which: cannot be proven.
1809-The American College of and other questions often( asked I I have carried this matter to the City Engineer for .checkingand
the Roman Catholic Church by veterans are obtained from ". he has offered and given every" possible assistance and I thank

P opens in Was>hincton D. C. the VA by and The published Key West in Citizen this column as- /'CQ ... him publicly: : and had I been informed this was a "dry wel11I '

1922-U. S. Supreme Court I would never have entered it.
I,a public service. I
rules Japs ineligible for United I I have encountered hostile action for the
Q'hen: a veteran !secures a past several years
States citizenship.: loan under the G-I Bill. does the \ tP\,\ because: I admitted a Negro to a Plumbing Examination and he was
1929-Gang of burglars; ; holdU Government make an outright I licensed and his card taken and I fought for several more years to

f 7! ) S. Naval Supply Base. Brooklyn :payment on it without chargingthe ( see justice done and thanks to Your City Commissioners they saw
l N. Y., for five hours. ;
.. i I veteran anything'A I fit to give justice and returned his license. I was a member of the
1941-Congress passes amend : Yes VA the lender. for 1 r
I I Plumbing Commission then and I refused to yield to pressure because
ments .to the Neutrality Act of credit to the veteran's loan an
I had an oath of office: to fulfilL This is supposed to be
1939. amount equal to 4 percent of the
1942-Beginning of the battleof I I guaranteed portion of the loan. 1 1 I 1 1
GUadeca lII. first ;great naval For example. if the guaranteed
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offensive against! the Japs. I portion of the loan is 54,000. the + ,

1943--23 American planes lost lender will receive $160 from VA _-_, _
to credit to the debt of the vet-

in 194 attack*-Gen.on Bremen.Patton's' Germany.forces eran.Q:. I am a World War II vet- KEY WEST PROVISION COMPANY 'The Store of Fcshon'F
ahead in the invasion! of
forge eran and wish to go in business 418 FRONT STREET PHOliE 1017 I
Gee man).. Must I have experience in the
1946\ -40.000 New York gar- business in order to get a G-I :
ment workers awarded $3 to $7 loan ; F- ..
raise arbitrators.. iiiuiiunmimmimiminimiiwiiiiimiimii! ARONOVITZ UIII""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ..
Wircphotii' weekly pay by A: Experience is an important t
1947-Senate War Committee element in the success; of the average I I. E :
THIS PICTURE of a bright new comet in ihe eastern sky was .
told Maj. Gen. Bennett E. Myers, business.: You should be \1 I I1 ,
take by astronomers of California Institute of Technology at j as Air Force procurement ofticer. able to show a reasonable expectation Complete Asortmint|; ofLADIES t

MC Palomar. CIiI. Observatory. Scientists: describe: it as the i!, held $35,000 ot aviation stock. of success in your ven- f !' = 0I .....
brightest comet seen in this hemisphere since: 1927. Stars appear ture m order to get your loan.Q i i .. .
aa abort streaks in this five-minute exposure with an 18- TUnA rs BIRTHDAYS : Must a disabled veteran go : t ...... .
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Uch- camera.Sht -- --- I I Know America) to a to vocational a liberal arts school college or ,may a his.ischool ;hego iI,I JUNIOR DRESSES ReadtoWear !I IIg t <: ? \. I 1::,: :

\ Dr. Samuel K. Allison director or similar institution un t' I.1

WIMa' l1J i III.E;! Interesting( Notes \,of the Institute for Nuclear der the Vocational RehabilifUif.-n. For IIIf' U ..
i iI Act j. = ii.
;' : ; I 'ff
Studies (atom bomb research) I ; ""//i"ys Alu-ml ,
;* Ht'tinl i I Polar bears use only their fore- A: He may enroll In an> V..lpprovt'll .\- =
University of Chicago, born in educational institutionor 1 1 = = 11'- :
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K-gi while swimming. :i Chicago 43 years aso.! establishment offering 1I t'1' vs l Dresses Gowns Cocktail E
A one1 t training /Aft
preach** was vuuting I g.
i t Dr. Edward A. Doisy of the St. the course of training which I a C Dresses, Costs, Suits and / 3
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f hb l uM]
laser p.teultfJrll'n an School of Medicine =
tears have sir vision i i Louis University : the Ladies'Blouses
Gnzzly p VA has found h' needs- insure I f Newest. i n
wt>ain. iA't1'dAlltn deafness. but 'extremely acute sense of t j famed biochemist. Nobel his proper rehabilitation in line :I I e .. As always, a
-tL t Hewed her great rrgrit smell and hearing. They are 1 laureate born at Hume. Ill:, 55 with his own desires.Q ;1-I %t 1 this store: has the Largest t =-I II J : N 3
at aid-Iir"IC aide tj hear his scr- known as the kings of North |I years ago. : My brother a disabled Line of LARGE Size Dress- I

nMMIh, 'American animals. 'I service. Orme officer Wilson, former veteran ambassador foreign- World War 11 veteran is- being I In'h'Jlthtl.'C1 ,I 5 es HALF Size Dresses 5'i '! : il'rfFe TI J ,7
under Public Iwiw
Aniktt. to lir. sympathetic he :: I, to Haiti born in New y", k. ;i JUNIOR Sizes and the ._ i iI.I.
f Ka..L with fcciMieprecMUon: : "You The only wild bears found in |I 63 years ago. 16. Must he find his own" jolt or I = i TEEN Ages Formal I Exclusively Yours ..
will VA do thus?
: America are in North Carolina ;] Louis I I Dresses Sizes 3811. !
/tns.lnxm mui h Alfred Schindler of SL rr : in
"tin they Ml<< IIKwju" > the unIt ;and cast Tennessee. These ani- j I former undersecretary ofom A: Veterans Administrationwill l I if' k JIi1 ,/ 1 = ei
ealtixt.e1 n-J. job after he finishes his training '
ralur-ba"ks. thklauo5
I ago.I II P I II I

".'ILL \OI''I> "''''.I:! ,: --- i Prof. Grover G. Huvbner of tlio (Veterans wishing further I \ FIRST SHOWING IN
Tli* eariliou is the only mem- j I l University of Pennsylvania, noted ;: information t I you taw in
l"y Prohlvm/ tier of the deer family in which 1 I authority on transportation altout. veteran bene- I= < KEY WEST of the It fir

; lath the male and female are born Manitnwc. Was, 64 yean; fits may have thou questions: answered l I \ ONE and ONLY =I : CHARMIn 3
A fit. -I'.i.l. lit. "..I. ." t... to i antlercd.SIIIIM! i iI I by writing the nearest: VA I.
rcntly < i In" ..
1.. tlx. null, tI.\ K ul! just sent Australian; earthworms I I_ of Emory University. Ga., II \ Sayburn Robes I I I., J'kturian i ii

him i ,." "..'.j' ..I I i'liiilH' IKr i id Ki I"W '(II I ..r 12 feet lung/ and are :; born Griffin. Ga.. 50 years aco.I American antelope<< ;irr ,-" i j". .|I.,: 'I1 ived t pie..se| i three-quartet, t>f an inch wide,!I I Ray O. Hushes; of Pittsburgh/ swift anal l have Ix-vn par'H I / "r.n;.'4'I'S and If'1 innrn =_ i IE"n,,,,,u.r i 3

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thiitt" f..ut feet Sax tons River years ago. R G Us. Wonderful for tratr- -
\ boat neckline. :
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The Makers of '(C mlA D AF WllrnW Present !I = \!\t't \ VALUES for your money! = I I :i bands shirred oi(- ) f i. I 1 3

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e 1 ill"I UrjuljMailrio _= : and prettiness.; / j .

i (: anal. Irape- : t 100'wool
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aWninG SHUTTER : ..

i Men's and Boys'Wear | ..
Two modern home necessities in one-both ..
is the i-a.gcst Showing of | ..
I f. YEAR ROUND an attractive awning and a positive sturdy Better Merchandise at =
'' < storm. 1 ;I .
: 'ysyl ,< !i' POPULAR PRICES =
= to dazzle the' slag t>".. to 'E 3
?4' k SUN SrORM-STOPS ore "always dance: the night' ",.ough..o NEW FAIL SHOES I! = \ C:""' 1'1."t.- I

ready for action"-day |j one-piece plaid dVeu gOt for LADIES. CHILDREN ; Slim, in; nf Sinn-- I
WIND I RAIN I and night rain or shine, tbe H end crisp--with a fluid, f en.- and BOYS For Fall -...
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year 'round. When a storm ;mine silhou; .t H
and rayon VflHIl IJII..', XlllH'f :
STORMS approaches-a pull on the :
H lo feto in junior ales 9 to IS. I
convenient handle and your fnr Men :i = i
FHA TERMS g S16.9S i
IIi-" modern awning suddenly : \\'.JNOlP !

1 Call or Write for' Information' becomes a solid rugged --- ---- By Rhythm Step ;
shutter window --
storm or -
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S..Uill Freeman neltd his. 1 !/ j jI

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U study .! his home hite work- Venetian lUiiulsTELEPHONE
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