The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00250
 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 15, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00250
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I 1 Key West. Florida has the Associated Press Day Wire

I 2 most equable climate in the MI1r Ir-y mpst cmm Features and Photo Service

country with an average
tc For 69 Year* Derated to the
|! range of only 1(' Fahrenheit Best Interest o/ Key West


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*Sends Felicitations Of Himself
JUJES"1, : I.E! \HFU": MI-MID; :: : : 10 DKATII

American Delegates) And Wife After Princess Gave

To Force UN Action R V b l/. Y. Birth To Son Sunday Night

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In Palestine Dispute tie it ti L4x IKl\LNG 10 MIVMI, IHKN: (;UIl\(; TO .1'M.M

dfl HE\riI: : ; FREhlDhYT: s|EMS gttlKT St'MLtt':

a A cable congratulating. Princess Elizabeth of ..
, England who g*
To (: Before:. .
fruc Up, birth to a son Sunday night was Mat to Buckingham Palace in Lou

don today by President and Mn. Truman.
Iull: )"*" Security : MARSHALL MAY .I Jonathan Daniels of the Little WhIte House staff oJUKMincerf

to the newspapermen who are with President Tnll"_'. party tfcat
Council; ; : the President's message to Princess Elisabeth lead as follows;;

DECIDE ON TALKS Mrs, Truman and I are delighted at the news of the

Irl I .\*h. FearThat i !c w birth of a son and felicitate you and the Duke (Prlacess Elisabeth .

's husband) upon this happy occasion.-Harry S.Truman"
An* JTllIeniriit Slay x i
AMONG BIG FOUR it Starting his second week of his Key West visit the President

Mean \\At+"' Of laud( I t began the day by escorting Mrs. Truman and his daughter from the

i I, Williamsburg the Presidential yacht to the Navy ship. Bif! Wheel.
(;ttiiiinl Jews lo (,onfrr 'loiuorroH +
I I | which: left shortly before ..m. for a dais fishing trip

4 Mr 1.. A_ .... ........ With H.-, iu Of Great i t I Several members of the Pr ,M-to l
PARIS. Nov. IS AmericanUN Britons DclayCelebrating I h':it s group abo accompanied .
today r !! Mi.- Truman :and her daughter when he had. breakfast with 'l'
delegates it was reported Itritdiiiiiil rhiiiii.in : r
intend to force'the issue of'11 j Wjx .n tin fishing trip Some of the S Senator Albert Barkfoy. vu--
bringing about peace in Palestine' Of trance On Question' j jCIS I III:1'tx"f the party went, prt.'IIldt'n.t"Ict't., who left at 10 JO
between Jews and Arabs. I. ih.,.id. The I.irU Bird another a. m. for a drive up the Ftaruu
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The question vail.come up before I ., .ht.a .. 'Jav.,1<1 csel. which acrompmiedin Keys M Miami.Atri'mpanytng.
the Security Council and PARIS. Nov. 15 It was reported I) .. 'Reg, VI heel 1 out into the Senator Bark

later may be considered by the Prilice's Girth | today that the proposal to Ii i .. St,lit tlor'j) l Ic) were U S. Senator J. I Howard

general assembly o.{ the United (I i i [ resume conferences by the Big Pi' I."nt i Trim. ,n then .vtt-Grath of Rhode blond rhai
r "ri to. the Iittl, White Htusej
Nations 1 i ( Four will be left to Secretary of I (Continued On Page Etcht
Proposed settlt"nwl be''I Cn-toni Hall i \\ hUtlcISIowin I *
State :Marshall to decide.

j alone report the by the lines late 1.fit Count own Berna-in a < Hand Hlariii'i 1 How oxer" he did not confirm f> A. ...panto I Division Street Will Be .

l dotte condition Palestine. '! that report but said that he intended
on } in .And Bell Uill( illr;: HERE ARE SIX OF THE SSVEN JAPANESE WAR LORDS under sentence to be hanged for war
Jewish leade. Tel Avivwere ,
in ; to confer with Foreign ,
crimes. They were convicted by the International Military Tribunal at Tokyo. Top left to right: j
said to be gravely concerned Ou Sabbath !Minister i Devm of Great Bntair.and Former Premier Koki Hirota who Renamed Truman Avenue
about the reports from this : was present at pre-Pearl Harbor conference when war plans : l .
rity regarding the Jewish-Arabic1differences :r f 'ar'Ih.. A.__...... 1r.... Foreign Minister Schumar were made Gen. Iwane Matsui. commander in Shanghai and Nanking during the rape cf Nan- 1
The Jews fear that ; LONDON Nov. 15 Because of France about the proposal a: I king: Lt. G'n. Akira Muto chit of staff in the Philippines. Bottom. left to right: Gen. HeUaro

I if the proposal is adopted by the of a custom in Great Britain that M.t forth by Secretary Gent) Kimura. vice minister ef war throughout Premier Tojos administration: Gen. Kenji Doihara. By Commission TonightI

I Security Council it may mean goes back! for many centuries Lie of the United Nations, undercover expert in China end Manchura. called the "bird of evil om n7')bxibe. Chinese Gen. i .. IF
I .' ttfff banrliMMn* rmirh 'tnr ail Britons tiacTto Vail till Talks among the foreign mmisUrs Seuhiro Itagaku former war minister end chief of staff of the Kwangtang'army. Tho seventh I -
today to I
tit the that Into PiisirJMit
Tinnun will
territory came lik'KJt'
order death sentence K former Premier Hideki Tojo.
I lli-ir possession during the relent celebrate the birth of a son to will begin tomorrow, it was I .s
.I clashes with Egyptian: for- Princess Elizabeth yesterday" ,ann.mnrrrlObjttt ___ __ nI ___ __ _.____ DIVI I i I"n :<'nc.ttwn h.' gels '!lokrn of the hi.*inhwh ea4ewei, 'in
'. of the discussions I i ii.irlv, to (rave heir alout '", the city hoWe tote Mlrn' '
---- I!I The custom prohibit the rings the 'n: MADIKM( ( :,IOHS \:>D IJOMII fl1: \111.1.OF{ : SM'V: 1 .->UIK)"\'. chief: C'XeutIVt"1.1: that. Harm <-

i ing; ; of bells and the blowing of event thy art held is to try .. ... -- ,. I Iua At ill fvenK a revolution n slrrrt hereafter wrtl Iw.I I Ird
llr.'h.M.E.:; Collins whist.,,> on Sunday Besides the to come In an agreement" with --" ". ; '11'up t>.iiKht at the Citv I Truman Avenue

; "pubo" were doo !I. m'I Brit.>ns Russia to lift the blockade" ofv.'tern ,' : ('onint..i'en to ......nlf' tht n.onle'DI Another resolution that 'HIip '
Lied); Yesterday were" unable t>> drink to th, l lt' rlin. I I Ii \ i.ion. street to Truman Avt .I tonight would prrmit titi i iin.sfer
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.| health of the newborn prince --- ; j ni I[. of upward of H4'4

coMM! : But they arc making up for () Th<. resolutionI itinc: that 'tan the general levrmte fun I Ito
I Mi.. Mime<< fc. tl i. died O'BryantToAnnul () I .
loot: time to'lay The pubs h-ivt I : hearing! : hatut n Iwld.l l statt: > that : the special site.-!. oidrvklkContinued .
\. tcitlrf<< 1n<'I'ning.lit 1115it :>> 1
I > : been packed with in-onle nil. djy .- n.,mi c'harm'i.i i --mill ( On Page E+pltl
,I Ink in h-i re.deno6H and this morning; bells rang;: :cod I ( SVIioolIlonfcnrnrc( ( )' .----- *
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IwIn"t.t. after ihoit
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whittles blew. Ih
even 'r& on tugboats !
I I strvirrt' ill be held '1 steamers. ; : Of
an hands played ;; r Wife Editor Of
!I hni.ir.w H* 130: p.m. in the and cannon boonutl: ;) I ( I

! 1 1:HIM, I of HiIx'pf z Funeral i. The baby weighed seven ;; I
',J HIMIH. Kev C;, Leon Well'; of pounds six ourK-es It was said t H..r;.(r Ol'ixant, will l"..1\.1 ZL .' I '
Ill-I M tluiHist Church, will offiMtr : ] Dies
'that tiimuiMiw J
King George;: probably will fy r C.jim.sville to f'Ollier'sVeekly
MurMl will be in the fam- j make him the Prince? of Exlmhor tend a conference of supcnnttn : : : \ ,
ilv plot in City CemeterSin >'. (ough.Tcmncraln. dents-elect that has been called i I
\ixirs: Sister: Mrs. Julia I ____ by Colin English. state '
I'M.IK.. daughter, Mrs Leon I of public instruction superintendent I : In Key West\ Hospital<<

(.itcs. son John Collins 1 ;: 11Kr"l1fkhllrtu'n It res Th rnnftirnc will l 1)e held t t.Tbursd T fI i _
and five greitgrrfixli v. Friflrtv and Saturday, .
t .II. \noa! ;M" i I. So'r'l1f i boo.r
: -hildicnPdllUaicij At 7:30 A.M.. EST How to make county schoo: I a : I Fldli.n, Si.; \.it-.t t W Hi.im Hill
will l hdlO <'n budccts will be discussed and I I. I ',i<,in in .)>-.1.I.'I..t. ntor of C..I l I. a 111 v.', f.Hiiuirot W pith. H,.
fmm the Key Wept: Fire Dep state auditor Bryan Willis ,f4 I. hers" Magazine' who jrt-ooip Mutual N'etwtirkHi
'nt of which the deceased I Atlanta .u will explain to superintendents I ;rr .t-ri Pro i l lent Truman to Kv Min. WillwM Htini, i. .
hu i> a itwtn *! > j.
then 30 \ears Billings 5.I George Marks. superintendent | a..oa' n the U S \iv.l "''''plt,1 hnMis fnivri-iity. Vw In Key "'...i .
------- I Birmingham;: :ti Voluiia county, will outline if i I '''I' : Hillman waa'. |plc l .u'dh' 'i-\ Iff will vrrntnftmy hi. I I.
(; "rtl Of Honor Bismark 33Boston ports; to make during) the year tl) ,. I'ihotos I ith the Pn''ltI..nt': : ell..treelint th<'r tMik ti New York
the state I ... ., Tlu sent I I..t.
42 superintendent. I -h" .n"I't-I 1 'Ip'm ""nt: t lady V.M by !
Meet Tomorrow 'I Buffalo al) It will he pointed out by several -' A. H. CHAPMAN (left*. president! of the! Colun-bus (Ga) Ledger-Lrqu.rer. was elected a direc- I '<(\ "r. t ;tiili; I h' 1.'I"ln'l.( I alto; xtlmiMHl. (In Pacr Eigh'.

Charleston 34I speakers the best way tocordutt : tor cf; thSouthern Newspaper Publishers Assrciaticn at the annual meeting in St. Petersburg I .
.\ ,t.uUr monthly meeting: of I Chicago 32 schools in order to cot I I Fla Carl A. Jones Jr. (center'', publisher cl the Jchnson City. Tenn.. Press Chronicle. was
the Key Weal Guard of Honor Corpus Chrtiti 6.1 the most out of the state's program I elected. director.at.large, Lisp! Baker. Jr. (r:ght). treasurer and vice'president of the Louis- President's Press
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for financial aid. Group
will lie held tomorrow evening: at Denver u 42 ville (Ky.) Courier-Journal and Times became chairman of the board after retiring as president. j
One discussion will be
the American Lesion Home on day's
Detroit 42 II
Slut'k Island at 8 p. m.JJ'ed. I F.I Paso '00 00 29 devoted to the general duties of ; I -- -

I Ft. Worth 60 county instruct IOn.superintendent" of public Siril\oU( f f.till fJ..on Fire In Office{} I'liccniil.n{ ,! ;i Entertained:. In! Havana i iI

1 Galveston 65
11 Addresses will be made hrepresentatives \' :
l'I"y i Jacksonville 51 of the State De hnrClnell !or/ Bar Pilots I .'\h'.ut"Mt! .n tin. nC"oJapr( irma n .-i f
\ppluations for marriage: h- Kansas City t3 I () .:, ) ( ) I ., rat agentand
1 of Education and the hol"graph.'rs. -c
: ....n>r>s were filed Saturday in the I Key West Airport 75 partmcnt '- i,1' .\rrrBud Mtf frs. o( I' .
other. .of Count Judge Raymond Louisville 36 University uf Florida I l Goin (Onlit. ) TIK' hpk" out ',t 2 pn in the i ) ( ( I amen witi." Pn.mt! Tru iiati'iis
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It l-or l In Bert \V Hoick 21. of Meridian 44Miami a ..:::a"- .). t;... Bar Pliot ''V!-.... 11-i i i:ail' pirtw": r"%'dllv r tt ivd Th. nr____ .ad.. lni4as .1 .'
ttx I' S'Na\'%' and Sherry ATson n ntlr iars Enter ...,'.-... ....... tl.n, in the "x.!.1 P"I tpr Dick ittn I I l 16 of 224 Du\al street: by Minneapolis :r. ,, NEW MTK. N": 1 lj; St;1 I"( :' foot of Lu....,1 tutt City end IIIMI: :X..: .% I:. --.N t. 'n 0I 'juL- during; the 24 hour they 24 h..uf'i.t had MMe i .
XTMO Alvarez. 29 of 2838 Sta- Memphis 37 'If long.h..semen: along! tit .."st- Naval" firemen r!-tpr nHetl I tn the I I four enh:to--t! t.'n :r>" htnt! ,, pent there Saturday and Sun : wry .tto
phs avenue and E\cngelina; : Pe Minneapolis 32 Allen Print Shop ; el'n"ah..ari: ''nt'>rt'-t :f> :> quarter FJ-I pt-jn <"on mind lax sk-cp They met PH. I 34. ../ 22H: United street: b\ Memphi; 37 tn.ICt..n! : art : nin uI"h..n'Ir .U' !Hall put a ....nnJtn..n ..f will him :Miafr' '11 Siturd I Theyf'1 Kx West irprl in : lie Pane nt Cvk* ffMMdij

I rIron E WriRht 24. of the U. S. New Orleans 63 Bi.rt.ld:! : entered Joe Allen':. i I < a "r tI''wnt i n<" i at h',ndV dl"ma'aj-: : ) th.!, trill .o* the I November 21) 'n Ta-sltNo- I pet:'i..: .. .01.I :, !.. .\.j.t by' Thpv had limchgi. yeah-i .

Notann Gail Gabnal James :20. New York U Print Shop .it ;TiS I Du\al street !l"nb'I"J1efi: : ,. <. .-tulCont offit.. There was" nIl great damREOPENING t I.embc: 2J: ntlui! Ir t'c: par I \t.,..MIN Q .\ : In. at 1281: p Hthe home (4 c..a.M ..1Qii. ... "
.f stoxrnt Hotel and Harold L. ,. s. .t'J 10' I' i i.:. ..' ItIf t at t-'
i NOI folk U \-esterdaThc\ got about Sao In. ( nuc i On Pa_r s : a::? pose: of enlistment 'I.ble: men i : : i \1"1.I >. Jr president nl II,
(."don 21. of the U. S. Navy -- I (nMnuid On Pugt SPOOR \ land. a.' o' :t '" trCu'Mn .
Cash .
Oklahoma 51 .
City from the cash register in'' .\.n., Q \.1 1,int II. r
18 of
Kno" lel. ,
I ,.nl t M i' Louise -- -
lini I \rllnl., street Omaha -II Bernard" Allen store at the .... tun' 1 tr-f |l'-: Pensacola $7 front of the print shoo and also i ('., 1 On J'*". i. 5I
Pittsburgh .u got about S400 in War Bonds !' OLD CRAIG n'-nue'l-
MOTOROLVmencas ()I ()
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I HUTVNTLl I : : )-.MALEM Roanoke 43 which are valueless to the takers. I SER' ICE ST\TIO .
St. Louis 41'1I Then after prying open the I November \ Finest AUTO RADIO
tLE Wednesday. 17th Francis at Division Phone 9134 MISS US?
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h I San Antonio 11 cash drawer in the store. the t i v'..r PI Re; nu. ....I.r Roy's Key West Auto Parts
i Manager for Small Hot.l-CoupU! I San Francisco :ii broke open Allen= desk anci"tole CAROLINE SHOP i *i' Grease. Spray or 121 DuTal St. Phone 442 We Miss You ToO. But Dodo
Tallahassee 34 about $10 in cash. I 'iT ., Orders; "CLOSED EVERY MOM
l I'.(). flax .ORCan L. Change
Tampa MI D'pttShl'f:! Roc H.ndin: i isneetigattn DAY but Wide Open All O''n.'
223 Ann Street
: 1502
Hold Other Position Washington 3aI : the burglary. Telephone i __ _ __ __ __ ___ Nights Serving Dinners Iron
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Palace TheaterEDWARD BARGE LINE Inc.
I ARLENE FRANCIS in I 4.Dr. Sed.:-Nice Family Car I -fort TELEPHONE 6 I I

xllUMv I LIMBER. YARD' ". ..\1.1. MOW: >.v' .\RRO. in -, HOME & CHRISTMAS SHOPPER I i i CHOICE POULTRY \".11 II fir:ye lintr
I TELEPHONE $11'gat 'I I News and Shorts Opposite Bus Station hut[ White Street Phone 540 Miami r/n.r%.. 'or. //,' i

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NOVEMBER 1 11'0. !IH4*

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j ''tljif SCrij! ttfrst! tixrn THE PEOPLE TAKE TRUMAN Radio '
1 >< ProgramsBy I Tobacco Plant

If ?*. ,...1.11...... |..11" Except Sunday, by
UP. .IIT"%\. 0.arr and .....Ii..u The people of the United States have The Associated Press I ) J
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'UN" %\ I*. 'NT"%\. B .l Maaai Grandfather ; atUf

I M' Fr Mn Tk. I'tttrea' Itulldlnx fair that want ;
C.rner ..'a and .ten Streets by a majority, they S
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'r.IF iJau \ .pa.-r. Ivry: \\-.t and Daytime Summary : l
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)S..ro. .. "t) Harry S. Truman for their President: I Selected programs .a listed below Recreated By Wade Miller

,......l at k., W.... FI..rda. as ........n4 clans matter during the next four years. This is the are day. .broadcast through f nday..t the. fame TI"' .tame-,atomstandard. M.n : AI N.wdNr..M
-- ----..- .. Fsr central statl.ars.lIb. TUCTJMAN Argentina-(/D-A
w MI'wNNIY: T111a IN IITF:11: FH.: \ simple explanation of what happened at tract hour for mountatq out inside the guard .. TK Ansrlal.d Press In .arluetrely entitled tod.spatche. I one .; nandarel plant which died thousands of Chapter 29 1 "Don't bawl me aain.1 other.
Iwo hours.NOV. the
.. 'I II James sn..p
fur repr.iurtI.a ( all nrw crrilitrdi. has been early?"I Laura. Walter
Y. q ..,....., the polls. years ago recreated and "IT'HY did we come so with quick I James cocked his ear to
to it .r kit ** 'rKlit sl la this apr and his head around a Walter
,.: .ll>" ib* )0..1 l n.ra |>..|>II.|._| h.-r-. The same people by their votes gavea I 13 THROUGH NOV. 19 i is It growing happily in California. !i i 1 Kevin asked him. I movement, : the younger man met I the music, carefully analyzingthe
-. I is the grandfather of all tobacco take look at embarrassment."I of the drum
"I wanted to a his with no heavy rhythm
at a e H11IO\ 'TI:" gaze
both housesof
? !( T"r '. ....__.__.$12" solid Democratic majority in Marahaaf:00rraneymoon plants, even though it would the audience this time" Walter just want to see that you're all j beats. In a moment Shasta Lynn
T I T 111_". n ,..... ._ (.lIt Congress. They thus endorsed the bitter : In X. T.-nt. I be a. considerable disappointment would begin to sing. He turned
rw MMrtbatt .,. ._ .._ J.100 CrvaUast Club-aba James explained. "I don't want
e .. .. n : if you tried to smoke it. A cutting phrase trembled on I the mouth toward himself
: M.rk .. Lewj launched) against he'80th Congress :Barnyard Follie -cb. gun
attacks !
.Wr _. .. -: :::.:'-:..::_..:: .: '.30-The Cl*...Undair*_nbo The story of how it was created to'miss the good doctor again to- the girl's lips, then she put her pointed it slightly upwards and
-::: by President Truman. Bob I'oole Show-mb> anew l is a sidelight on how night." His eyes roved restlessly mouth into a firm line and turned peered at his aim in the mirror.
-, .01)1F11T1e1\li. kc.wc: 101TFeMao. : 10.00: -Fred Waring Show-nbo I' modern botany works. over the few late comers queuedat her face toward the stage. Walter Loud applause and whistles brokein
a IppIuatIOnY Another the election is the brusheda
resujt) of Music For Drama-abe You ctMy Dr. Thomas H. Goodspeed of the box office Kevin James squeezed her hand reas- from out front; that meant

.r .AU r..a4lag _APE11LoT1(1...:... ...r.... ..r thanks: rnw>lutlo.. discrediting of the so-called polls which 10:30-Honr Story or S.rla1nho the Berkeley Botanical Garden': mall skirt of length her chocolate-brown of thread from suit"Do suringly. that the curtain had gone up. On bt
4 of royiirt vkliaary a.atfrea pixma.ie, IUfewr loet. without accorded the The Godfrey Hour-cbt is responsible for the recreation tonight Kevin looked around at Wal- the crest: of a drumbeat
exception here
.. ... .. man Say It With Music-mbt j you think he'll forward trigger.
< f. at detectivewas the .
r the ral of 1 Is ni a lint. I ter James. The slender pressed ..
!'I....._ lair ......r.'m.' .,' i., \ rburrh.a from from :Missouri little chanceof winning.The 11:00-Kay Kfser Show-abc I of the plant He told about its ?" Her voice held an undercurrent erect, his head Drowned by music and uproar: ,
__ _..... . ,. ., '. line.Tk birth visit the South excitement Walter sitting very
reoccur m i. I. I. ,1 .1 r< rents a 11:45-Serials <3i hrs.)-cbs during a to i of side. of the .22 was little
from side to the explosion
.fHi. n. U ..a.. .'t.n. i i un and intltra dfsa poll-takers, it seems knew no more Aft .. American Botanical Congress James looked at her bent coppery turning slowly The slue
?, taaiilKH f peLlar ... and, -al.a'.I. ... .....al ur nto I small He was watching the audience more than a loud pop.
4 .. .r0l. l..'er..l. bat It mill a.'t |.ul.li-h anoaymous about the popular mind than the masters: 12.00-Welcome T..I..I'II-abe here. Tobacco was originally a' head with its ridiculously instead of the performers. Aftera buried itself;; high in the plywood
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.. .10. Kate Smith lJalf-lJour-mb. cloche of brown
hybrid between two entirely different the dressing room. The
moment, he felt her eyes on wall of
of his
Republican strategy. 12:30: -Words and \Iuslc-nhc: lie
j "I hope so.
plants.. Under some un- turned her. cut Walter James's left
Bill Slater at Lunch-nibs him and to thin in
stitches come
Gov. Dewey making his second bid 1.00-Mu.lo Half Bour Kb* usual condition back before his- out head in gently.another."The five days." The "What is it. Walter?" she whispered coat sleeve began to seep crim:

i for the presidency, waged a safe and conservative 1:1: -Uppy Ganc-mbs tory began they were cross fer- puckered scars showed vividly son.Hastily
2.00-Double or :Nothing-:- -nbe tilized and and ;; he sat before the dress*
produced a new plant ruthless bulbs of the His were gleaming
} .MEMBER Cl} 'J94S battle. He was persuaded earlyin Queen Breakfast for in a Day Hollywood-mbs -ab which continued as a new type. marquee.under the : the corners eyes of his mouth were ing table and wiped the refit
with makeuprag.
the campaign, that the election was in 21)0-Serials for S Bride and Groom_be our little Rock, he lie opened
and ultimately became modern' did Walter? checking on
the bag. All that he do you say to the
attempted to was: Th. Hope Chest-mba tobacco. The parent plants also i "Never mind," he said. "Here whispered back. and. holding the gun rag
8.CO-Ladlrs Be S.ot.dbe metal the loose
smeared its In
N when the tin
to coast to victory by not making any Ked Benson Show-mbs continued to exist and their' comes: Clapp. Kevin jumped that scattered there.
.. mistakes in his 1:30-Th" House Party-cbs modern descendants still grow I' The big man came striding up voice began the familiar cajole: powder the
speeches. The slight man regarded
." Ozark Valley Folks-nab. Market Street He shook hands "And now-what every man in
; IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST There was, in reality, little differencein 4.00-Hint Hunt Quiz-cbs near each other here in north- with Walter James. Clapp's eyes San Diego has been dreaming of dirtied weapon painfully. His arm
'W Second Ilon.ymoon-abo west Argentina. I I with excitement The -the Grand Theater's ownlovely was beginning to throb now. He
.. the positions taken by the candidates 4.30-Winner Take AU-cb. Dr. Goodspeed discovered one {I weariness of the. night before Shasta Lynn!" closed the drawer and laid the

of the major parties. The bi-partisan I (.00 Kiddies-Treasury Hour Band west-cbs repeats 1 hr. of the parents many years ago seemed to.have been shrugged off The house lights dimmed out. derringer on the dressing table
I.&ter-abc and robs during an exploring trip in this : like a coat "Walter!" Kevin whispered: and top, tossing the rag over it He
: T Hotel tad .
1. Mart Apartmanta.Si
l foreign policy was endorsed by both hiin. his fingers and looked at
r on I '011II'" area. In 1942 during another "Let's go, he said. ., put out her hand to He was
Beach and Bathing Pavilion. domestic issues there was little difference' trip he found the other parent. J "You by yourself?" gone. his slender hands. Steady as a
: 3. Alrporta-Land and Sea. his teeth in I rock.
showed a
C Consolidation of County and in principle and on civil rights they dif-- NETWORK PROGRAMS'Time Back in California, he crossed grin. "Don't you believe it This 1ALTER JAMES Jerked open lie heard footsteps coming toward -
1 eastern Foreea'teal the two I
( fered standard. whole block's covered. We're 11 the iron door. Madeline the door and a smile worked
:. City Government only in degree and method. standard subtract one haur.Hpmountaut
% standard subtract Iw. locking the barn door ahead of Harms, her back toward him was its way quickly across his face.
ft. Community Auditorium.j :Mr. Truman in his open appeal to hours Some local station- change mmniuiiiiiimuiHimmimiuiimiiHiiiiHiiiiminniHinKey time tonight" standing in the wings looking out lie brought the .38 out of his
hour of relay to fit local sclledules. I Ii Walter James said "Make sure onto the stage. Over her shoulder coat pocket and held it looselyin
i minority groups did much to introducethe last minute p'.gritm cllanae. 4.. West In
hand. he could
his Outride
not be ,nclu".". somebody doesn't steal the barn. he could see Shasta Lynn,
question of race and religion into presidential As they sat down, Kevin whispered cool and blue-gowned facing the hear Shasta Lynn's coot voice

=- the i "I'm glad they didn't have curtain, waiting for it to go; up. singing "1 cried for you-now it'.
races. Seeking votes of Negroes
MONOGRAPH. MONDAY NOVEMBER IS Days Gone By another Filipino taking tickets Her dressing room door was your turn to cry over me ."

.: Catholics, Jews: and foreign-born the Eviaing out there. I almost expected to ajar. Walter James slipped in and The knock Bounded loud on the
jh-ar Headers: Democratic candidates ..00-Xews Broadcast-nbo AS TAKEN FROM FILES i see-him." shut it behind him. He looked at thin door. Walter James got up.holding .
:: was without de- .Newscast Every' Day-cb. the pistol in his right
defeated CITIZEN OF A voice behind her said in a the unfinished plywood walls
should politicians OF THE
Why ception he outbid his for Network Silent Hour-abc-east "LauraShe he hand. With his left arm throb-
as opponents their Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-west NOVEMBER IS. 1938 I soft whisper speculatively. Then began to
refer to themselves as foes? While the Network Silent (1 br.J-mb..ut turned slowly in the hard seatThe work purposefully deftly. From bing from the bullet wound he R
:. support.A Kiddies Hour (repeat)-rats-west UIIUllIIlIHllilllllUlIIlIlIIlIIlIIlIlWllllllllllllmUlIIlII! 11- puzzled frown between her his trousers pocket he produceda threw the plywood door open."Won't i
reference is only political accusation powerful factor in the victory scored .: You-Sports and:Your Music Money Time--cbs nba The Red Cross membership I eyes vanished when she saw Bob squat derringer with a short you come in, Dr. Boone?" i

: nevertheless, connotes the ting ofenmity. by :Mr. Truman was the active support of ':45-Xewcast by Thre.sbaLowail drive was begun in Key West Newcomb watching her from ornately carved butt The carving he asked. 9
The startled face
:- Thomas (repeat 11))-cbs collected daik, pained eyesKevin contrasted with the simple modernity ef Major
-. j jtersranal his candidacy by organized labor bat 7.00 Supper Club-Dbe-bul. yesterday. The. total said fiercely "Bob why of the t>vin inset 22 barrels Rockwell looted; ..t him.
THE ORACLE Th. Beulah Skit-cbs was $37.75. I don't youWho -" The gun had two triggers I ITe( be continued
News and
tling to secure the repeal of the Taft- Commentary
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs -- -- ,- ----_ ___ _ ,_ _ _. u__ __
Hartley labor law. Early in the campaignit 7:15-'o.... and Comment-nbe Collection of toys for the com- j i .

-r was assumed that Mr. Wallace would Jack Daily Smith Commentary Show-cbs muruty Christmas Tree will be- ; Knows?

; .: : THE GIANT WINKS AND SMILES Dinner Date-mbs gin next Saturday under the auspices -j !i STOP'DYERSIONOFROAD, pR NETS
secure considerable support from the 7:30-Van Damme Quintet Bbs of the Lions' Club City Re-! BUILDING FUNDS-REMOVE 1'oM

labor group but the President met this Lone Bob Crosby Ranger C'ub-cbo Drama-abe creation Department, Boys' Work [ I. Which 2 States have furnished THE ROAD BLOC?(, EpCt j
:. The Citizen GovernorCaldwrll. the most Presidents? toll l .
applauded Henry J. Taylor-mbs Shop and Women's Work Center. [ -
= challenge by his forthright advocacy of 7:45--'o e.... Comment-nbo i iI I 2. What was the final electoral f7/1 177e/2< 112Z NOOK IJ1x50 + '
at the IJt.>beginning his term News Broadcast-cb* Fy -lJ
: the prompt repeal of the Taft-Hartley Sports Comment-mbs County commissioners will '!'vote in the recent election' ,

when he said that he had not been elected act. .:Cavalcade Inner Sanctum of America MysterycbaGordon nba hold a meeting this afternoon to !j 3. How many Southern States, END OF w

tr police the state. While intelligent students of McRae Show-abc consider four bids that have been !;,deserted: the Democratic partin :> RDA D
presi- The Falcon Adventure-mbs submitted for of the '
repairs coup- ,i 1928?
:: j
lie i issued that statement on being dential election campaigns assert that 8.30-Howard. Barlow Concert-nbe ty courthouse: and the construction -j I-A CK 0
Hodfrey Talent Scouts cbs 4.Vhat is the Party hm up F
petitioned by a group of residents in most voters have their minds: made up long Gregory Hood Drama-mbs of an annex. I I .in the 81st Congress? FU NDt
: -Walter Klernan-abo
; Miami i to take a hand in trying to stop before the Who officer of
campaigning begins it is hardto .55-Hy Gardner Says-mbs Mark Harvey and a group of f 5. is presiding:

r :. Widespread! gambling in Dade county. escape the conclusion that : President S.OO The-Voorhees Radio Ttcater Concert-cbs Gutit- be .It friends went fishing for jewfish the Senate now? Oli

7 T It was one of a good many periodic Truman gained much strength by his Gabriel Gfenn'Aser i Heatter Mutic Comment-abc -mbF from Boca Chica bridge. last night 1,1 I 6. begin When? does the President'sterm T 0lPptA

and caught a shark.J. ER .
IT attacks, made on the gambling gentry in forceful campaigning. Attacks upon the ': -News Broadcast-mbs 7. What President was* elected

Dmle. either by residents or newspapers in Republican-controlled Congress paid dividends a:30-Dr.Stars In L the Q. Quiz Night Show-ab-nbo C. Fleming an auditor for an j j'1'by unanimous vote?
: To Be Announced-mbs 8. How American families -
that area. In most cases, the complaints in votes and the crowds that greeted 9:55-Xews for I 11lnutemhlOCGCoale..ted oil company has arrived in WiII Key': have savings? /
West and is a guest Mayor
r. there made after the tourist season was the hard-fighting campaigner attestedto Co..c..tnboM I 9. How is France increasing _
Friend I r ma-cbs lard M. Albury.
over and the Tess. Commentary her birthrate? '
big gambling had
boys his
y rear popularity the .
among so-called tish and Hunt Clubu.bs10:15New
I 10.Vhat the cost of the
turned to their haunts in Chicago and New masses.It Broadcaslabc10:30Music Mrs. J. B. Edwards, Jr., who 'damage done by is rats in the U. S.'" TM Ei
Appointment had been visiting her brother and $I'
.:: Vork. seems that another generality about Bob H..kucb./ sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. i I i ROAD
Starring Kay 'arr-obe BLOCK
: : However that might have been, Cald- elections must go by the boards as a re- Dance !Band Show. -mbs Avery left yesterday for her j j The Answers i sr .
11:00-News. Variety. 2 bra. {
-ens home in Pensacola. .
i well was right in pointing out that, if the sult of the Truman victory. The majorityof News and Dance Band-abc tfJl'

residents: of a community really wish news Dance Band 2 hrs.-mb* i! 1 Virginia 8: Ohio. 7. 1I I -
to the
people of this country, it seems are 11:1r.Xe.'ariet"; te 1-nbe Mrs. Glonana Bayly Miss Suj j; 2.
Truman. 304. Dewey 189
: : :
rout gamblers: they should call on the convinced that a Democratic administration 12.00-Dancior C.nlinued-"c-. sie Gardner and Richard Gardner j j..Thurmond 33 I Your Horoscope :V .1 I :1J:: !pre i 1'1 >"r.( INI' 2J0.009

: sheriff and the police to clamp down the is best for the nation. There was a Congress authorized the Secre- left where this the morning last-named for will Miami entera i 3. Five-Texas. Virginia. Florida aao..v ill. 1 L I---------!-
.2 lid gambling. He said North Carolina and Tennessee -] t'mti St.," it .i; 11' t.> the
on further that if time when the opposite conclusion was tary of the Treasury to mint hospital for treatment. (I. I MONDAY. NOVEMBER: I r:;. eye.'
voted 1928.
:U the enforcing officers refused to act. but the three-cent pieces during the war. Republican in ; 1948-Today bestows strong ..t-t d'M'e gl..ul.mo
apparent great gains made by the but 4. House: Dem<*'rats. 263: Re- ---
=i. fharges should be made against them before I Democrats in Congress refute the time- none was minted. :trot Charles inspector R. Elwood in Miami border: Mrs. paJ El- J, publican. 171: Senate: Democrats ,: tachment to home and parent- VYYTYYYYTTYYYTYTYTYTTTTTt:

;54. Republicans. ?2. The life may be narrow. perhaps STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEl:
grand .
a honored assumption. LEGALS wood and their daughter Edna i I' ,
5. Sen. Arthur II Vandenbcrg confined but not un the whole
-:. times since then Caldwell has Louise, who had been visiting Mr. TRIUMPH
as President pro tempore in the unhappy. The mind is restless
:* taken indirect action against gambling. If l\ Till .'Ilil'I IT "'.11 HT OK TIIKOK Elwood's parents Mr. and Mrs.1 j absence of a Vice-President. : and a little too imoul&ive. and not COFFEE _-
you can keep from being envious of .:I..a "nl JI ilil 1L riRPt IT. Ray Elwood. and Mrs. Elwood's'parents 1'
I 6. On January 20th. 1949 quite enough fortnight f0..>
Last Friday nine TH'K m MILLat
.r' : OK ,
j were arrested in fellowman FI.OHIIM Mr. and Mrs. Fernando '
Pasco you are approaching the 1\ .\.'" POH. >H MU K ('UI'\T1', 7. George Washington. used for great suCt.pbut, : with
county after an investigation had outskirts of civilization. I IN HIM<. ..KHl.a .: \... Ii-data.: Gato, left esterday for Miami. I 8. 35 million or 73 out of reasonable precaution tn.' tie ::11-

'ta 4 LM"II made by W. H. GasKPlaintiff.:. Key West Drama Club will j every 100. '' ties of modern edut.atuan should Ml CroearaJAAWUAAAUAAAAAAAAAAI
I 9. By paying family bonuses prevent any Idilun! (' I
(- office and Pasco .
a county consta- \s hold tonight in the'
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A with three
family ts
IJe. home of Miss Ida Engle, 1214 Von
nrftndj4iiiiti.li $35 monthly bonus ;" "" ''E.I ..
The big thing is not that : .>.' 'IIII.\TIO'" Phister street. 10. Approximately 2 billion
: the gover- Abraham Lincoln as President signed t"n "11111:715 "p.a" I

: liiir's office had anything to do with the ar- the first series of Federal legislative: acts "1'..: I'\\\III-X S S tittle;IWIX Jt..k 1101-.' I.:. 1\1!9::. I'.. Today The Citizen says in an dollars worth Overseas Transportation

H t".b.. What knocks :rd: 1.1\1..I..n. editorial paragraph: j
you down for the which created and provided for the growth Ftrrt t.. t t'fffrr. "When borrow J --.- -

count in that little Pasco county, from a of the five free I ".New.. Tor .X. Y. people money I Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good
land-grant colleges func- > are -l.i required ap- they usually mean to pay it back t j

:' viewpoint of population, was: pounced tioning today. The land-grant colleges received I |..",r.oo ford th asaln- "w.rn n.o Till in the ot (-..mI.Uinl but excuses "are easier to dig up'than I STAR BRAND Company, Inc.Fast .

.* upon for its bolita operations. their -tdtxl .-.u...., on or lf..re the al"1 money.
name from legislation knownas I I..ml..r.| A. l I'. I!>4N. i.th..n.i' AMERICAN

r: Probably it is: not an exageration to the :Morrill Act which granted land to .1-Kaiion.r...inf-"".,, M ill. will l..- taken I Gears can be mad ot wuod.i i and CUBAN COFFEE Dependable Freight and I Express Service

ray that where a dime changes hands on the individual States with a provision that I OXK AXIi. 'om' KRKI at Key I?I cotton fa brio. leather, pkstie4and I-Try A Pound Today_ -between_

:: ,Ixilita in Pasco a thousand dollars is v..lIher..5-\\.1. KlorHlii.l 194tS Ibis! <>.13th .!;IIot V.- .[ glass. MIAMI\ \
from their and KEY WESTAlso
money be used for the en- ..all ... ,
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staked in Dade .. .
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county and five hundred l dowment, support and maintenance of at .U-rlt .f ...- i-irouit. r.nr. I ..................... ............. -
.= >iu ar<." t'adasty. KU.n.la I Serving ALL '
: >borough county. Pasco :sinvestment least one college where the leading object K\ : I.brew.--:. Sax%**riHpmv KEYS

i in bolita is even "chicken feei"ci'mpared shall be either T M ". WATKINS: herb: I Between Miami and Key West

TJ=: to the playing in Key Weft. learning as are to related teach to such agriculture&branches and of I .I't..rnr1 t..r .'n..I-1,,,...ff. :.'.,... 6,19t! ,I FOR SALE I I Expresa Schedules

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Yes sir hop on the little fellow while the mechanic art, or to promote the liberal : (No
\ THE (IIU I IT 1'01'111' OK Tin Stops En Rout)
!1 tll\.liant: swarr era with a wink in his eyesOr and practical education of the industrial I ..:1.1'.I.: lilt ill. 1'IH/11r I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -

:: <\1 a smile on his lips: I classes in the pursuits and professions in /'LOlllil\MIMIII\. 11'H MIIMIIIK I1t 1In.It ::I Ol. M SUNDAYS) at 6:00: P.M. Ar.
sp \.. rives al Miami at 12:00 o'clock
IIha..I.'IIN ; : Mid.
PREFER CIVILIZATION life. The :Michigan Agriculture College at I W.1'1 1".d..If.:. \S"I. :. "j I.i White i: night.

: East Lansing was established in 1855; : andit \OTIr'1: LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

was the original "daddy" for the land- Ff.1Nrbs'r. : KII.':
: There are many Americans who like grant system of today. That system was I In-f ndant. NEWSPRINT i 6:00 night o'clock and arrives A.M. at Key West at

.: to. pet off the "beaten p&th"and travel founded T" I-ICAXCKS: KILIIOKK. I
on the belief that the benefit of \1.1:1.\x. K:. I Local Schedule
.. :
: into I NTK1'IIPN
strange, < SIRS : KILOORi
undeveloped areas: and live higher education should be available to all j jclasses i-.ut 4.latl'Ii..vsvit.LF. : > (Stops Ai All Intermedia Points)

:;: the life of the primitive man. of i : :. tiORtaA.: LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY
our citizens and not just a I KHIK iiKr.Kin" NI'Tii"IED..: I 500 SheetsArtman (EX.
: l CEPT
I :.. : : :This is an interesting vagary of the favorite few. that a.lull f..r diocese! liar here fil..d I A. M. SUNDAYS) al 8:00 o'clock
aoainrt you in the alx. and arrives at Miami
.1 at 4:00
-: modern mind" but. after a few days: of The land-grant colleges are doing a ..".r.*f.. .and'.....r\"qn.u are._.._"required,..... nr ..to.n..rc.n talc I I 8'/2x11.' 25 c o'clock P. M.

:: roughing it, the average American is: swell job in helping to educate young men a.or aate before. ....th..m.w.15th:_! tae day of Decrm- / : LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
ready I to get back to the I .. aaaegata.a- ) at 9:00 o'clock A. M.
comforts of civa. and women and to them .f said bill will l taken ao <-...nfrusvd 1 I. arrives and
carry on an extensive hi mUI'TEi. at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
program of scientific research. The i b.ta4t.. THIS lltb day ot Xo..m- THE : P.M.
:; So far as: recorded history reveals, system has better success particularly in (1 Seal) loss C s.\,,"Vr.P. .
'U-rk .' ...
: there i iot: no instance of a considerable migration turning out thousands of firt-c1ass citizens It?.: .sd. .Ann n.4*. .r'ui.t*.naw.rthIHpvtv ..r' ,''f Press : FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SFRVirP

:: of people from highly-developed who are able to step out into the World I.IXoX. IVjAltXIrrTKI1KAI. & 4' rl. FULL CARGO INSURANCE

;; lark areas and into undrx regions'eloped.that are wild, semi-bar- with their perfect daily living.assurance that they can make I arc Mumi pinrt 32.*Natiwul FtorUa.AttvmvT fwr f-Ut.XMU..ReSiding nrf.>. CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 : MAIN OFFICE: and PHONES WAREHOUSE 92 AND Cor.93 Eaton Ie FrBAdo ala.

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MLACKPATK TTPB Per..ient tor classified d.*rtl...
S meats fa invariably In advance, bat
Ad.erttvetnenta Cedar this h..d r.!*alar advertisers with ledger account -
will be inverted 1n The Citlrtn at may have their ad .rtU.-
the rate of Ic a ward for each In- meats rliarrrd.PtBI.H.TI01.
eertion but tbs minimum charts fnr DE.'DLI'
the flr'it IS word or less Is Me.Tb To issues _blll'auonPJ'
rate for Marhfarf9. i* 3e a h. in The Citizen office before tto'rlurk
word and the minimum charge for In the morning of the liar
tee Irtt It word Is tie. of publication.

All ad..III" I. accepted IIDd., tb. lol1..tn" condlriuns: In the
went et error I. adv.rtletii transient or contract. The Cllla.n wilt
re_ponsible onl. for the first Insertion In clasiried .....rt&al..,. and In
5/lwplep Adrertraisg fllr only the .H..al amount 01 apace occupied by tbs
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't"s -b s Desirable corner lot for sale or '42 Oldsmobile 98. 4-door Cadi-

long-term lease. 100 x 150. lac style body. Just overhauled. -

Suitable for hotel or apart- New tires. Perfect condition. -
ments. One block from beacii dra-matic drive. 905
For particular, write Box 466. Simonton Street. novll-5tx

novll-tf 1934 Chevrolet good runnng

-_.._ -, '"''-- ....- .... FOR RENT-APARTMENTS condition. 901 Pearl: Stre.'t,
Phone 261R. nov3-3tx
For colored, 813 Baptist Lane. OK
'.41 WirephotoTHE
for two couples. Tile bath 1940 Ford panel truck. Excrl1 -
FREIGHTER SWATHMORE VICTORY slops at sea 1.100 miles west cf San Francisco to living, bedroom bath kitchen. lent condition. $725.00. Apply

pick up 12 bales cf choice hay flown out in the Navy's huge flying boat. Marshall Mars, to feed 1 Furnished. $13.00 per week. 1415 Pine. Phone 25.

tight hungry baby cliphanis aboard ihs ship. A radio appeal from the freighter sent the navy I! Apply Apt. A. nov5-tl j nov5-6tx

into action and the hales were dropped close to the ship in waterproof wrapping. At left a bale t Furnished 2'z-room apartment. I FOR SALE-BOATS

tt hoistd one the side. Another bale cmn be seen in the water below, surrounded by yellow I Utilities furnished. $25.00 week- l i AND MOTORS

marking dye. At right a lifeboat heads for still another bale. 1 I ly. Sea Isle Apartments. 915

j I Windsor Lane. nov8I -tf'I'I' Gray marine engines and service.
I u --- -- --,--- .. I j C. R. Smith, opposite Firestone

1'11111 H-IVfKMIKI) TO ItlIl:tN/-I) : uHiiiimuimuiuniimamjimmmnimmuimmiiifc Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and I Station Marathon. novl-lmo

; .(:.<:. I bath., linens Maid and and utilities janitor services fur-- I FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS

nished. Summer rates. Coral 'r .

': 1021 Duval Street I Hotel Apartments, opposite Post White enamel $2.75. Outsiae

; DEFENSE FORCES i i j Office. nov9-26tx white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per

1 gallon up. 50ft.Iz" garden

PROGRAM i/I Apartment at 1102 Washington hose. $3.95. Doherty St Co., 546

( : ijiiiiiiniiiiiiiii.iu'miiiiiimiiiiiniuuiiiwiiDiu! i II ,, until January 3. $20.00 weekly. Olivia. Phone 1397. novl-tf
Inquire EI Rancho Motel.

3r Y7Mt' Yetx ; 7:30 P.M.-MONDAY Spanish Class. \I novl5-lt 600 pieces blue and white 4x4

r TUESDAY wall tile $140. 300 pieces blue
'r 5, 10:00 FOR RENT-COTTAGES and white 8x8 floor tile $80.
A.M.-Dc.wling. for
4Tr Navy I Apply 616 White Street
at U. S. Sub
ti I Small Phone 1095-R.
efficiency cottage private nov2-3t
Bowling Alleys.: .
t : 7.30 P M Hospital Party (2nd I bath. Utilities furnished. $14
Tues.) weekly. Apply 800 Simonton. 100-lb. capacity ice box: 6-ft. irecoolerator

WEDNESDAY j I j Phone 444. nov5-3tx ; table stand man-

12.30 P.M Hospital Fishing Trip i! gler1A39 Ford. As is. Call
ac.r 2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. i 1 FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS after 6 P.M. 525 Duval StnovlS2T'

7.00 P.:f.J u k e P.OX Dance, | --- {
games. Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee

THURSDAY I shop, bar. nov2-25t Tailor:-made plastic seat: covers.

lOOP M Sowing Machines{ Also door panels and headlines.
Bllards. Showers. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS > 50 different colors to chooei

FRIDAY I AND ROOMS i ,m. Apply 710 Ashe Str.-, t

2 00 P M.--Pre-natal Class. I (rear). Phone 1061-M.

9 00 P M.-Dance, Orchestra. I The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming f nOYIJ 221
SATURDAY I I Street has an efficiency ap .I
I '
I 21>0 P.M. Boxing Training. I and several sleeping rooms va< tri00 ;sy. ft.'plastie bathroom I.'.'.
a SUNDAY I'I 1 cant Low weekly or monthly beautiful colors, 30e sq. ft. 23 i 3

9'30 A.M.-Communion Break- j I rates. noc 1-t f Patterson. nov 15-If 'I'r

fast (monthly). '
1 00 P.M -Picnic (sign up). FOR RENT-BUSINESS Handy-Hot washing machjnt.

- PLACES holds two pounc:!.: of clothes,
fltiilllli lcultit111ucmttiulstigUanuiliiullnOlflrTi'Irut's! dry. Excellent for diapers

.\Virtphoti 1 Rocky Road Bar. 1005 Division Three-month size pieces oi
Doing Street, for rent by month. Ap- Sampson luggage. Also weekend -
HIDEKI TOJO premier of Japan at the tiMe of Pearl Harbor, at the | ply at 1018 Division Street. case. two Muscrat fur coat--
is under tsntenct tc* ha hanged as a war criminal. The verdictwas I nO'l..96txFOR Phone 1145-W. nov5-2tx
handed down -T'
the International Military Tribunal in t:
Tokyo Friday. Tojo was smiling when this picture was madein Y.M.C.A. RENT-APARTMENTS Serninole Indian skirts. Key Wist

prison in December. 1947. Six cf his 24 co- efimdanti on Jackson Square. Whitehead I AND ROOMS Cook Book, at the Marshal!
and Southard
trial for war crimes also were sentenced to har.g. The others t StreetsZtunmumcnninlm.twnnlnmpntnunnlnln11u111 Studio Shop in Telegraph Lane
received prison sentences. ; I FOR RENT-ROOMS Also garlic olives limeladc.cocfinut .

MONDAY: candy and turtle soup

9:00 P.M.--Juke Box dance. i 1 Light housekeeping rooms. $15 nov 15-17-19-3tx

H'11.1. YOl SMI!.!.: .' Tf\'-S lilKTIinAYS ; "Truth or Consequences I J I per w't'k.Ill William St. i
; Quiz Show." nov8-12tx. FOR SALE nEAL ESTATELot
Last Cull (Know America) TUESDAY:

Lieut. Gen. Curtis E. Lemay. 7:30 P.M.-Shuffle board sessions Room with twin bed year-round on Avenue E, 75 x 120. Between : -

"There's itt 1I1t..I chief of the U. S. Strategic Air on the patio. : rates. Phone 193-W." 724 Love 15th and 16th Stree:.....
a <
in the .t.ntint.it uniformity mail this Command. Andrews Arbasc, m 9:03 P. Theatre Group meets.WEDNESDAY Lane. nov9-Clx Phone 453-15. nov2-3tx
lay Washington. burn in Ohio, 42 ; '
iiNM-rung. Julia.:
"1 tow do .ie.r'" years ago.William. i 1:00 P M Hospital Fishing trip. I Room with privilege of using living Stud Und, over 400 ft. ocx_nfiont. -
you imvn.
"Almut ;all my letters benin ( ) Averell Harnman. 8:00_ P.M. Dance Class (Beginners room, kitchen dining roumi Bargain. Mutt be soul

with the same a:,-.'d, .tTnI.'...'.;.' roving ambassador in Europe for ) for couple only. Call 105-W, at once. Mr. Kitty c/o Cit-
--- the European Recovery Program 5:00 PM.-"Ye Ole Countryi after 4 P.M. no\13-3h li'R nuv 15-+f
born 57 years ago. Party.
IX: HISTORY (Square Dancin Virginia WANTED TO RENT
U. S. Supreme Court Justice FOR SALE-STORE
(Know America) Felix o'ranl.fulter born in Vienna. Reels). EQUIPMENT

1763-,Jtihn Mason and Jeremiah 66 years ago. : THURSDAYi Naval officer, wife. two children ,
Dixon Vincent ; 3:00 P.M.-Photo Class. desire to lent two or there bedroom Hm mann reach-in rt'fng..nhH.
reach Philadelphia' Astor of New York : 9:30
from England to survey the dis- born there, 57 years ago ;! FRIDAY P.M.: -Dance. Orchestra. houc. Maximum rent. 27 cu. ft. Phone 156J.
5125.00 month. Excellentcare
pl Pennsylvania Maryland ptr nov5-3tx
btnft.--hlstut'II. j Judge Guy L. Fake senior 8:15 P.M Movies, Bridge Par- guarantc'td. Write Box _
Mason and Dix- Federal judge for New
Jersey, : ties.
">rline.. 521. c/o Citizen. v5-6tx>, FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
j born CobblesktlL N. Y.. 69 yearsago SATURDAY:
1777 Historic' Articles of Confederation -J' &:15 P.M.-Movies. TRANSPORTATION FURNITURE

and Perpetual Union Fowler McCoi mick. board .10:15 P.M.-Second bhow (same
signed by 12 of the FOR Sale-HoustFurn & Equip
chairman of International Harvester. feature).
States \\'ankd-Sl.'r\'lre man to help Bathtub.oflZ' long. 915 Southard
Maryland signs in 1781. Chicago, born in Chicago ; SUNDAY:
drive car to New Orleans, upstairs).
1806-Lieut. Zebulon 50 9:43 A.l\I.- nov5-3l\
M. Pike, years ago.Franklin I Java Club.
starting 1>1.'(". 17 or 18: returning
heading a of 23 I i 2:00 P.M. Classic
party soldiers P. Adams of New 1 Hour. here Jan. 2. Write Box
exploring Colorado. catches first I Yoi k, famed journalist-author 9:00 P. Fellowship Hour.j 7255. c/o Citizen. FOR SALE-HOUSES
sl$ht of Pike's Peak. born Chicago. b7 years ago. j Coffee and dough novI3-3t
It67-First of I nuts.
meeting I Georgia O'Keeffe of New Guebt house. 2 blocks from new

founders of the National Grange l Mexico: aru&t. sorts Sun Prane. I CARD OF THANKS REFRIGERATIONnlntmetliate beach, 5 bedrooms. 3 bath.,
-The American WIS. 61
Federa- years ago. apartment for owner
tim of Labor organized as the Carol Bruce, actress, burn on | For thoughtfulness shown i : service, domestic or'' furni&hed. electric completely kitchen.-

Federation of Ortam/cd TI ales Long Island N. Y.. 29 years e\ery way and for sympathy expressed commercial. Holbruok Kefriaeration Good! intimie. Must be
by friends
anti Labor Unions our and neighbors -
Service Phone 724-W
reorganizes I ago. I at once. Real sacrifice. Tt'l'nK
fewyears later under in the hours of bt'retvt'mtnti
Dthw. its present occasioned jnov26txj I By owner. Box R.A.W., c/o
I'I TODAY'SAMMVKKSAKIES ; by the death of our t
j913-1'\ German government j beloved husband and father, the' WANTED-FEMALE J; novl5-tf
appeals to PresidentVilson I late Vivian Pmdvr we thank :

to..Q\'", her from starvation. t (Know America} I each and t'n'IY one. I Make real money for your ver y. STORAGE

Lull 1924-End of grt'al.111 Street j 1787-Richard Henry Dana ; no\15-1t TilE FAMILY. I own ai an Avon Htpresentativi-j j ;:tied Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor

elect week following Harding's ]f noted Boston et-essayist his :! MISCELLANEOUS t .in your locality. Avon Cosmetics commercial. Phone 798.
Ion. I day, son of a famed man and t Gifts sell on sight. Wei! novl-tf
1942 I
-End of the 3-days battle father of a famed novelist born how you how to start immediately. .
t.f iGuadecanaL The Allies Picture framing pictures framed I
rare I in Cambridge. Mass. Died Feb. Your name and ad- LOST
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Tunl. j i and matted. DiNegro's. 614
no 2, 1879. dress to Mrs. Roxie Smedley.

:, to The lraftic.Alaskan Highway opens ,I 1.87-E 1 i z a Leslie, popular .; Francis Phone 1197-M.nov9-19tx': ''/ c/o Gibson Hotel. Key We.=:t. Lady's diamond watch and brace

Philadelphia author. born there. Fla. nov9-7t let. Substantial reward if u -
1944-Gen. Patton's forces Died Jan. 1 i 1 1Electrify
1858.1807Peter I 1 I turned to Mrs. Rogelio Gomv
n nter-attacked. on the WesternFlnt. ,1 II. Burnett. Missouri yawold sewing machine Wanted at once: Fully expert 627 Whitehead. Phone 436- 1.
lawyer.: Oregon-California ,, ] Phone 1164-M. I Ino1512t enced fountain girL must be| now 10-.I
1945 The
Federal Bureau of : pioneer California first State fast and willing to do side -

fdurthtp four closes after a We of I horn in Nashville.Tenn. igovernor. I work. Apply Adams DaIry )Ping 1927 Naval Academy mm .

rears.1946Juan I I Died May 17. 1895. ,I II s! GARDEN AND LAWN Lunch. 901 White 51..t.no12.3t. I ture. Reward. Ruth Lane
cvttratt. L. Lewis ends coal i 1815-Edwin L. Davenport, SUPPLIES State W'lfanB
to challenging CO\'ern-1 I scholarly actor, father of a noted ', i ;9). novl23tLady's \
w-Vil pructite bllll.IH'lU..d actor-family, burn in Boston. :' D g crates for rent, medium anLarge 1 HELP WANTED-MALE j .

Hughes, before I I Died Sept. 1, 1877.1829Benjamin. ': MZJS. Key West Garden J "4 aqua wool coat. \.j-

Senate-- d TOe CenawiUee. demands ;I Szold. m.tt'\11 and Lawn Supply Co., 914 :Experienced maid. COc per hour. | cinitycounty beach. Sundi-v
m UfaM
I-.n ck.cita.L mvwtiga-1 Baltumire Rabbi born in lIuo-1 Fleming titn rt. Plume 1019. El Rancho Motel 830 nA.IIi.. El Ranchu Mott-l.
gary.; Died July 31, 1902.: novl2-tf nov13-tx'
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. ,\* J _\1' N1SE1'A1I: LORDS AWAIT) THE \ERDICT ,
Killed At # Victim:lkcs Dog

New Job To Hospital

.JttSi.Y CITY. N. JA few BU t F.\LO. N Y Out walking

ri. "ill. '... had started w.Hkr net d"ll.11'". Julia Romaine 15-
,\1"- Ion and Metal C."frUMI .
., wa tinkv' m automobile.
; 'i'"- .i album 10. of

!N. -, ., r.. .;. j.< crushed to the She refuge: .n bt hospitalized
nH h "< .ith a 2jO pound case unless her dog, a s.." kei slurllel.
"i < t..i". h:1: i-cio-ntal'r i H! Rex, be alk week t.* atcornpapy

cc! tot back of a trurlc in the her She uffeiA/a, dtelovafefaand

coinpam card, suffering multi probable fiai-luie ol the left
hip. 'tmti_i ns of the face and
ji i ...tL.. a s of thf skuii and In- >
tt'; n.t, 'nun <'s. lie died before bodv Authoiities allowed the
r,>t n ot the same day. dol to so in with lu-i

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llllt.dillg No It's Deer nr'ssin tIt ,

Oil !11" Dominican Republic
,met Su...r. claim to have the remain a toWELLSRORO I

-- IIf Christopher: Columbus
Oui i '\ iti'in their! bidders I**. While

cleaning a deer ufina four-inch

rru Chieic h fire of 1S71 killed i j pocket knife. Kennrta L os-c was

mono tnan 200. made nearly 100. fatally injured when the knife
..... I blade slipped and pierced Love
""' ILI:: lily homeless. destroyer 17,4jObuiiom ; ., I heart.

?s, and caused damage estimated
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\I photlJAPA
at $200000000
\'S W vH ':i .t, i.LADERS LISTEN INTENTLY Baldpate duck are closely re
as their trial
on war crimes -
the cij e b< i .er i.vi! national Military Tribunal in charges nears The first hated to European Widgeons; .
Tokyo. On Friday the 25 defendants received regular: transcontinental .
sentences ran.., rom death on the gallows to seven years in prison. Left ro r:ght. front mail service bv air began between --- --

row: Former Premier Hid"ki Tojo sentenced to death Takasumi Oka (barely visible. life in New York and San Francisco = '+ I Deafened Aroused by
prison: Sa:ao Ar !'ti lue; Akira Muto death. Back in 1920. i
row right An unidentified man part- i Tiny Hearing DeviceChieago .
ly hidden Iwene Ma'sui.
death: Shigenori Togo. 20 years in prison, Kenryo Sato. lit!. Mamoru III
Shig'm.lsu seven years in The first free public bath in : -Wide "h 1"".t i>> INmj '
prison. this country was established in > shown thousands .r, dt.if.
-- - Chicago in 1904. envd people in an amazing nt w
i 1Je-4r1n2 devICe u hl.-h n".., .n_
fl"r' y'ti' /' '- -. Brick was firs made in Amt'l'I I able them to full i njov musii,
-2-Hmir GabvI
", .'.. .. ...... ?,.. 11 : Old tea in Virgirua. in 1612. sermons and friendly companionship ,
.;: i ', j .-and not Ix both 'ted b\
"'" L'I .. On America first ca>t-iron bridgewas bulky hea.sepaiate baUi\

--: ; Operated built over the Erie Canal at pack and wires. Il i* *o tint' it

,. Frankfort. N. Y, in 1S40 fits in the palm of the hand
LONDON-Tx.o hours after
.. Users of this device iipott easily
he: bi 'ih. doctors performed an Diphtheria germs were discovered understanding even faint v INC.em.

operation .>n a baby girl born in 18.33.Friction Accepted by the American Medical -

r with liv<" nd intestines outside Association Council m

.r ::1. h..d.1Ilj put thee matches were first Physical Medicine The nuknll
F yl organsn made in England in 1827 of Deltone Dept 29. lUG W 19th
thou nil: iii.! place It is bej..t'd -
St.. Chicago 8. III. are so pi''ucl
;, Ihit K baby "was the The first time gas was used for of their achievement the will

,...riinge--t t"i !x. anesthetized suc- street lighting was in London in gladly send you a free descriptive
,< sttili\ hlth tlopiopane"" 1807. booklet on how to overcome tUrafness .

--' -- and explain how
1'i l'-i!..' ,t u-c' of the phrase Th" larvae of tl< ttu'.- moths are test this tiny device in the priai \'.
..il. .i.' t. ila- is iibuted tU ictiat tempei' .,bo.v70 '> uf your home without r king
.i hnt"n Imz in irf-J7 derives.,
d pinnv Write Beltone toda\

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WELL' C llfR: D p PI1- Men ,and'-girl soldiers rarr>m; '
. ,.machine runs stand *. ri| At the entrance of ....e-Tl'1 .\siv home ---F- '
of David ben OUIIOB Mho is the prime minister of Israel. I..

: nft rJ'(), 'that THE LOW DO\V.iji] NEW 6ETTER hgbheg.TOP N.C'.. ,_(INGANO..w.c ,,s..

po.cfo.w bassi cad ..a". Y..w..i...
HHw. sew-dooa.... .........
E_ 10 c'k_ c'-

With winter about to set in I I

in t lit. I +
irtmg < go di v :Now

,.v. Ilene.I have h' jid evuvi '-1 C!
I 4
i! t 'nt \ IIU (,oin" bi'..kish-cantj _s i

N }ieti;Sv i i- Yep. I its. I hive b i.kr- NEW lETTER OVEN COOKING<

".lIt ,. dll/ ..., WIIftI r..iat"
'n ol > + .
.o..e .. Meat ..... 1,
i I.. .. iw co.aa. at as
j is
ch.N.sinl., t< inquire, I will Rocided c_... too:'-y-tvoe e..w
tell them none of my boks :..'e .... bens liaiwt .wlh.. : -

IKS sonic folks say the got1 J 1
t.. costa in order! to un-lax or get \ .
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:l exu. lrl &: 1 \5

1 it" idin,. something where you / i
1.. n.-t' U I
J\\\ b:" .n., to mv 4> volume_. : 1

!. TIIt.'n'I : the' Scout Handbook NEW BtTTEX BROILING c- W.t

the lu.uonary. Acp rabies. ; ....-. s.up Out Br..ier. hbak
5.,.i. lihk> Jill Miller Jukes and ti feral..ot.laa. Idol AI_cad w.w
s i :Y ,I" \olume of writings bv the Old tot-.,.food__.i.tt R_ovob:.

i :M.aster. h. Longfellow. Emerson.S.ishmaun for cl.a.
\ Irving Bryant And ;
DON'T CRAM yOUR HANDBAG I U'lore gomq further mId: pel .' : GREATEST FOR YOU

I*'i not supposed Ic i lean or young pelican or even our IN ALL THESE WAYS
v.wt nl Ullas. thevhouKi tale
double as a weekend ca e. I .
t tune out from the ball M.rt s.ui.'
Cleaning it out every night I lUie soap suds r.dIdoll'mII...., \W
will per rid"of overflow. : ;and lead Mr. Crvants Thdnaiup- A visit to our appliance department will convince

"i-. A pace and a half--.ibout 1I1I i NEW EA'a.ER CLEANING
I minute.. It will get the iotmbs N.. .,.'. evil so-isle. III.M h.. you that here is the greatest range value of all _
II //./. ) W .1111.1Ih"rll :: .
corti r
out.Don't j :"ebl., : ha"wM.::d" the 1948 Magic CheF.
|I ai. Ow af.i.c Just look at its
Alabama .. say well JoM.phus mav' | coon top aiM wooik.....d.d caws sparkling
i I be has something there' I
j i! will beauty, at its 48 cooking features and
('V' read it soon, or sometime Read it : finally at iH
i i .

Please in.i'.invi +. Mis Operator. j'[I -maybe.now-vou You will be reading a titter pt etrI eitiien : reasonable low price. You'll say, as thousands ol

., me number Jn:' 1'I, ean I 't believe it says Henry. \ep. \J' 'I others are saying, "lt*$ a new Magic Chef for
and my
"Ithh '", savs- it wouldn hurt v< utither '
No h'mi\an t mrgimv this here" is jeunt ". : 01' any other old spjpe en \ seiii kitchen ths; year."

,\ Mandv calling:* I: Your with the low d.\\n. (

7\'(.I-;:1\ot- ;: F.llv IMPROVED........... CONSTRUCTION..... "f.W lo." hot .-4 SEE IT

j luuse Stolen .. too)., kad a,,. 10.. fast b<'h. D.-
.wad fit ..
to 1I.1dteo. B.nwn
At temperaturebelow 7u it. .- _ollked.... Lie. U('("illl
tree':: the larvae of clothe .,. S:\LIOIi ih.. S"II.t'nn.' .
chit i- Ib >..
Mpptdm et
,'te not .active but the in n..i i'k: -'ti.-iiclhc": h( .-- Frizzled Chipped ,,
| .n With ,' l ,
J" = !If >iill<
Uie Hein. t" l; I li\,,
55 at sac: Beef withScrambled
::. ..lid "tn until tm..I
L"n'.I" in
N 1.IIl' un \li .i I.eek.RELIEF Eggs
."I\ !:!," .n' IL-J-\ t / slightly hivwrn-d Ad.t It
A certain Indian .... i! mru e .
fish >.'!. : ? .. eggsf it taiie.piww.
II I /1 ; .nlI' Sliced
un-cets) by sh / Tomatoes
f )
inft I or
\\ tat milk .
\ per "'I&. .e'd' )>f'ra
them and knocking them Into and Mir until couke.l
the waterNorth NEW ttONOMT FOR YOU Green Onions
Ciepriii' salad Use
AT LAST voui
?arm Ca tai I. om-gn s.d favorite walk
.;; ,,, I.'pt
oo.so.w Aid o Mi* w. care whines with
is placed at tht
top "I TIMCt

naps not for any special rean.. For Your COUGH CkelcnoRao.wealnnhih.Mam orMWO ...... ioo 1.... Maple Syrup IS MmuUc
tlut simply because the eu.t"lI
1:1- been followed for hun'iic ., ( rcofnuNiooreliivesprompdi l bci.usc:
of rears II j."c- right i" the .*,*[ of the troubleI
> help lot cn and expel germ I..denphlcm
and aid nature to..>tithe anc
Blue geese are gluttonou Ut( heal raw. tender inljmed bronchia) KEY WEST GAS
"' The CO.
young gorge M. steadily mucousmcmbrancs.Till lOur Jru;:,:i>ito
tiesdevelop more rapidly: than 'l'1Iou a bottle of Creooiuisi ic
t'ie young of other geese.r with the uodemandinn v,HI must like 119 III MING siKKI-r:
the naa quukh allays the cough IMHIMG -. hi

Some ,'rI>U are 10 has: sonar mines b..,I..
very lengthy Au.tl.lI"n
I... thworms lay CREOMULSION :
eggs as big! d-
alit e*. for Coughs.Chest Colds,Bronchitis -


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CITIZEN [ eG12< uraj
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fc Watch The HurleysJ This Space : TROPICAL TRADER :: WHERE JQ BUY II"4" 'asutfar.-sisi Ie lNy II : : DMdedlHIS, DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU e\

; 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ............................................,. ........ ........ ......................e......................

OverseasCoffee : : Nice. Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : If It Is EHrtriftal WE REPAIR lift :I :; POOR OLD CRAIG]
: : w E SELL ITt i :
0 Shop Plenty of Action Toy. for the Children
: We Will CaU For and Deliver WHITE STARClfcANERS : :
; SEE Service
0 ; : OUR Llcelrical I ; : 90 Y.ui Exv.ri.nc. bo ClcUK'J Work Station! I .!i iJ.
t Kxeellenl' t SHOWING oi Appliances! ; V. BHAUt ....... .. pHOlri j.u 's
.......................:.......:...:......e...... : l.LC.CW211 Ihnal Slr't : ....... .. 1 ascl. ___ 01._ 6.__ :
'f'"tI ................... ....... ... e .... : rut UUVAL M STREET Jr. Prop.: : ,. : a
TELEPHOKr .1 I ir -. I ul!'*-( liuiUTtf tutu \r<-rs.ur'ka
: fit the : HOME SUNDRY STORE e................... : IUZ SIMONTON STREET : You PURE OIL and GASOUNE Dealer" : ..
; .... ...... ..............................
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q Right Prices e 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE$T. '.. Dry denningami ...........................e.........e.e.....

W : 917 Fleming St. : S "Your Pcrtzonog Invitod" PRIICIIARD, : ;f RUSSELL i : : Z. HOUR I'rexxirifi SERVICE .: Body and Fender Repairing d

Ire Cream .Proprietary Mfdicin FUNERAL : : Free Pick-Up and
W PHONE 798 : Sick Room School : i DRY GOODS Delivery Service; : AUTO PAINTINGCOMPLETE
........ Supplies SttpplietToilet : SUITS fur MEN: : 1

$ ::: e::: e ;................Vreparationt..J..........and-Articles...1................. HOME :: 1106 oLIva STREET :: :: Maelr--lo.\Ie-a..urc'and WOVEN: : :: RADIATOR AUTO SERVICETONY'S AND : O

.... .... .. PHONE 373
.e...eeee : ee e ..... ; Ise t 1lcm. tie'rre ; : : : PHONE 282 ; BODY SHOP 4

MUMFORI ;rR SS..1' Mills Serve Ilea : ......................- 603. OS GREENE STREET .
and : Specialising .............................5.S ee..e.e.e....
5 :. GOMEZ 220 DUVAL STREET :: WE HAVE NEVER : inWomen's ...................... ...e.e...............ee.....................5I I
Easy and ; : BETRAYED A TRUST- : : GLAMOROUS? 11
Blackstone : ,
fc : FURNITURE CO. : : : : and
1 : 720 DUVAL STREET : Electromaster Ranges : LOPEZ : Get Set For Fall With The New : !l

1 .: .Nationally-Advertised .: Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units :: : Ambulance ServiceTelephone ; : Children'sApparel .. ; deb-u-curl :. ''

e Products : 333 (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN: ). : : 518 : Funeral Service Cold Wave Permanent :

:. .Delaware Covering Plastic Floor :. ..w................PHONES......................9150Trevor........:= :: Never Sleep : .: ; ; Established 1885 : : /f "IoIIH. n<.tiiidl I/ ,king permanent :
...... ... ....................... ........ ......... I
e ; Clopay Fiber Venetian : e ............................e.....eed .. e e .. -' thdt will civnu that
Blinds ...5... 5.55.. ..5e e5. ..... Licensed Funeral : : N NEW LOOK dn-1 'lIoIke .
1 .Luggage. Appliances. : Directors and you toe CJUr-'ur: Gal $1 0 :
Radios J.: A. MYERS Enibaliurrs2tlloiir of the New Season :

.Magee and Mohawk s ; ; aprrt.ndaa /. ....M""%..,T : ..:
; Axminster Rugs ; 5 %1A1'ia.. 11'1" .?11.1\V. ?I'?. .
: .... : .
Licensed InsuretlPAINTING Make Your tai "If s .ti.r THI'T"'T"! :

: E-Z Terms : I : : Ambulance : : Appointment BEAUTY :
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. : I CAROLYNOverseas
MON. and SAT. 5e. I 1 Contractor Now SHOPPE :
.. ...............55ee : ServicePhone Tel 175 Hotel 919 Flaminj St. :
0 e : i.l.phon. 9127. lU Dun StrMt. Jeff rsoa Hotel : : I3S Night 696 DONALD BARBER :

0 .....................r \ :. J Douglas ..,,, .....eeeeeee.....e.........................................e..........e...eeee............ ,..................5...5w ..e............................................................e........................................................teeee.........,.

S PRICE TOURS : .55555............5555.
1829 Harris Are. Key West Fla. Electric
SteWs Nook !
k* ; Passenger : .. PHONE 1374-R Ranges Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS.
71 RepretenUtivecJ : .. \ t : : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliance Scientific Beauty Culture :
in All Branches tt' :
| for : .. : : Washing Macliiues for Immediate Delivery
Thoroughly Experienced Operator :
J FLO'RIDA EAST ................................................. : HOME .APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS : Soft Water Used Exclusively :

C : COAST "RAILWAY 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : ; AU_Si&ea. ,; : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \ t

...5...5................5........55..e.e.e.. .........-......a....5.5..55................ ..:
Hew LocaUd teat : : Save 20% ,......................aaaaa...........5...... : COCOANUTS ...>...e.ee.....5555555555...eeeeeeeeeeeeeee.<..
S : : on dwellings. Fire Insuranceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited : ;1
t DR. COBO'S : n t 11. Landscaping Marl and TopSoil SPONGESWill
t OFFICE : bid"! house by INSURING with Frances Beauty Salon i
hold and ; TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD SI.OO PER SACK .
..: : : par. 'Atlantic, Mutual* Fire Insurance Co. : Frances Pat k Owner
rLEJoIUfQ STREET : e ions! effectl. ; MARL HAULED.$3.00 for 4 YARDS Ship to Any Part ..N l
Ha of La Coach H 1.14t11ONE ; : Save 15% on A1 Policies Non Au uabl : : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-*Very Reasonable of US. or Canada 1010 GRINNELL STREET Z

: .-, 12..... ::.'':-......Mercantile Stock *}. L. Cru.oe, .de. Phone 674eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1021 Olivia St.PHONE Marcy S. Palacio :: e Beauty Culture in all Treatmanta its I'hant :: i'

...................... ....................,5.............5.....5..........' ./ WEECH 801 : (tear 401 South St. : : Facials Permanents: Shampoo Scalp. Manicuring : )

....... ..................... .. KEY WEST. FLORIDA : Phofie 1)11 '"
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Ride the Bus the { Marion's. I''olle1311' : I

GOLF COURSE : .tt Fleming 8L R.M.Deal la.Prep. Phoa l4ll : : Open Daily and Sunday, : Sale E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon i

Cushman Motor\ Scooters : : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : 1400 DUVAL STREET
Ap' w
r ; Sales and Service Immediate Delliery : COMPLETE ;
Also A La Cent and Sandwiches : Rental : We Need Iur(, Room : I
.1 RIDE AWAY: ee.eeee.ee...e............................... : Management A
; TAK& ; eeeeee..ee.........................555555555. : Improved sad vaunt :
5 Properties la Key Weal : D SIMONTON '
.: BUS : a ad Mooro 919 STREET d
H0. 1 : :
.. 10 the Now ride ea JOOKXD-- INSURANCE ?
COLFLINKS j1 : '''cal Cmknua Motor Bcootw : FIRE WIN) AUTO BONDS : OLD LOCATION OF
: while pe 7ia fat h........the : KIRCHIIECSERREALTOR R'
S f tooey_ yoa Save ever other. ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : BLACKOUT RESTAURANTs
: diode of InMportad- Tfer :
411 Fleming Street ; E \
: Ccahmem. Ceoee far ; Key West Insurance Co. : .
: Have Fun// : ITM. tmltrmttitm.BICYCLES : 913 WhiUh-.d Street :

: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB :' ..............................5....5.5..55...... : U SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171 : :. Phoaee 124 and 73t-R : s
Directly in Front of
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BEACH Fla. (flV-Flying through the air duesn't
Tun I (;..u.1! (;iuinr* 1, POMPANO .
appeal to L. A. Vickers of South Pompano Beach--especially; when a

.I'layI, YrHrnlayiflCIIIIMIII' !;!I i How They Stand I Ii I[ tornado is the cause. Vickers, lucky, to get off with his lift, foundpicked" : :

I his pockets of a aouar--

/ \I : I in change and left instead some :i S

Wi..L'rI.lilllll i iy. I' LOCAL BASEBALL i(I green stuff-seaweed. (II Keep( Young With i

/Cey West Senior Baseball League I II I It all happened when a tornado''II 9
vw Runri K.im<* (Municipal Stadium) I hit Pompano Beach during an October : Baseball
Weir plays. yratrakiy afternoon Club- W. L. Pet. i(! hurricane. Houses were )I'I Flying : t
M IVMUM Stadium In the first West ClownI 0 1.000, ,
Key .
blown down and the damage was .. -
-'ran' Mir Key West Clown wun Red Raiders 2 2 .500 I'I considerable. But to Vickers went '-, Educator Advises I-
..... die Arty 9.%. II .
r.c.rt LtgMin. Atomic Bombers 2 2 .500 S
la:: ride through the air. He says it I .
Tlat CIa...., =--,,**-l MX of these : AnrH- Legion 0I .000 I I was 350 feet.Vickers PUEBLO. Colo.-trW-Baseball '' .

rile to tat frMsc*. : and his wife were j and flying are fountains 'it! youth

I* Uw M.h< t.-p the D.MT.UTXMti Conch Chil I I standing in their home during the ; recommended: by a southern
MM- tUufcrl I a great ) height of the hurricane when : educator for successful tAchers."Two 0S G

...... with HuUr. Sukt-rtin and I suddenly the house began to rock. | things will keep you !
Goto LMlnputtMC up a great :i' \WhipsWildrlllS' "There was a roaring sound likea young" says Dr. Wtlbs'. : It's enough to take ; > g
L each almrwm of ," said I
a1 s .IHt .11 pHrhing il squadron airplanes Sutton 01 Atlanta, Ga. "Fly a lot.
k.erd htto and only one Vickers. He clasped his wife, Believe in new inventions. Learn .
lratilad ... 'amr in tltr an.>Pd. aIrs By 24 To 8 Score fearful the house was going to top-' about things children are interested i SS

by Bttr. a pared. lull and :Ililt I pie. The next thing I knew the i in. Study the baseball out of !
bv MjMiithi and Jot- Mira MTlal !. The fllUml i,east wall did collapse. And suddenly sheets more." : the starch you ", !
eft- .W ptototrvtmvt I I I'a. I GAINESVILLE 15. A !, both of us were flying ] Dr. Sutton also recommended :

run canes in themtmt fast Conch Club basketball team ,; through the air. I lost my grasp "Teachers should read young '

chill/. CaMtu i* ...<* on an downed the independent Wildcats on her. I was perfectly consciousof I literature; wear youthful cloth- S
e--- by ....... sad M triple byRitorrU moving through space as on ing: go to beauty pallors; they'' S
24 to 8 intramural contest
in an
-.... irrifd him I the wings of some freakish force. should not get into the habit of. i 0
..... TUw Lartnv tanned MirastsI here Wednesday. The Key Nesters "I had a sensation of floating. using the philosophy and langu- .
.. off to slow start scoring sound and "
Jarfc t end tfce fratue.q got a There was NO overhead age of old age. aS
> jr iMtiivri Ml Ira one in every only 9 points in the first half but I I saw a distinct white light E; S e
IriMMr .mrfft. t>* l Int. In the came on the court roaring at theaevond (I I as if it were the sun hidden by j .
tod tar honed C_ ... in the. I clouds. I was gasping; for breath. i II One-Minute\
rend. .Jw.k. ViUarral was Ins> half. remember seeing white cranes: i iand I s SS
tom. I I Top scoring men fur the Conchs other birds whirling in the I ; aS

Y Mw Mini J..- Mua arr.) lack were' Albert Para and Daniel air near me." j I: SPORTS QUIZ .

..tf ........ Santana and ILtrHI (Buck) Sawyer with 6 points Vickers said while in the air, j I .
each. Both former West I SS
iet the firth Co>wl.. in the are Key there was a thundering blow 1. When did Steve O'Neil wina I
.aa. Jack ng...'*. in the seventh High School team members. Bernie against his jaw. "I was knocked |I world championship for the .'
....r fl w etiitNtlbtar Papy. Jr., Key West cage star I out. When I regained j Tigers? I
pitched hitless l hall for of 194ti.! was the outstanding man I ness I found myself in conscious'I'I j 2. When is Joe Louis to fight .

tones. troop lie ttll."f\l l a sin on defense. Sidney Mathews water near an adjoining house at again? I I SS .
ale by IbAw t.. left .n the f..urth.H Raymond Delgado, Jimmy Register I least", 350 feet from our place: I 3. What was the score of the I
.tu-i'. ........... then A Airvedolun. Bob Stuebe O'Neal Adams, heard my wife cry out. But as I W & W vs. North Carolina game I .
.; fattad. at MM>lKi. AteviduM and playing manager Kermit I struggled to trace her call I was this year? S 1" SS
aloIe <......l sad Cfctr flit-s out Roberts were in on the victory.Swk hit on the head again and once 4. What ex-baseball Yankee

lot ..tund it tie,.) i-ati-h by SanK more knocked out." shot himself while being questioned -I II. .

.... ivrjr 'walked and JackieCMb Divorces; I Vickers was dazed but unhurt. by police recently? SS

...M.. u bit by idtt-U-d ball Mrs. Vickers :suffered a twisted 5. How many games were 1 : 'j SS
-t bMn a rr frfl ood. Then Alonaw Petitions seeking divorceswere I spine and other injuries. The played in the last World Sent? ; i
DMM ...... U. .%....t. In the fifth filed Saturday in the office vickers dog lie was found un- :; I Q

JiattiM Vubjrarl Wt fur Fi>l lr and of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. f harmed two days: later, bedded THE ANSWERS: I 1t SS
wsikrL La,lrc. furi-ni Julius at Sawyer by mary Katherine Roe down in straw in the rear of a''
saeoeJ. Graf. V'kHvz iingkd and against Warren Irvin Doe and truck. i 1. I!*4.;. I .

I11kei' fmwl" VaMr/ at second, by John W. Adriance against ', 2.: June 1949.
( 7-7. SS
M cal, fbc>| uut to end the Frances Kilgore Adriance. I 3.
Villles Bowl 4. Jake Powell.
ltvwe I i .
fe MBtfc Catec singled! by a WINS SCHOLARSHIP: I :5. Six.Sports. .1. : .
iMfc Ambk play |>ut out the To Make Bow .
fast! fa the seventh Julius smglnl Mrs. Ramona Machadn 1215 I! CalendarSKATING SS
sad Lottrra and Valdez Watson street today received a
.._ and I in the eiht. Arevedomtnt letter from her son Tony Ma- BERLIN (a1)) Add to the SS

..... kd MId to third on a chado, who is in Tallahassee, that American football "bowl games"the .
Iielder'a dIueno and tried to>> steal he had won a scholarship in the "Vittles Bowl. Bayview Park. NightI
-.-. but wa keel told at the University of Florida. The newcomer is named after I I ..UDAYI S .

"operation vittles"-the Atlantic I: 7:30 to 9:00: p.m.TENNIS. S S
bi math Harvey einxlfd Car- I, STRIKE OF airlift which is supplying Western I .
batliM ....Hii, Aluniu flied out luu..a. Berlin over the Russian -
:,i (Continued From Page One) land blockade. I|
tttea Julius hit high '
a one
working at East Halifax. Nova Park Afternoons
lot kit trMcr anJ both fldd..nta..tMr i It will be played in Western Bayview : YOU THINK your backbone's made of
Scotia three large ships went and Nights
eMr and dropped tlw there to be unloaded, but they Germany between service team | IV seaweed this uncomfortable feeling that :
j' Daily play.
ha11 .-.... "< y came nil the wa Proceeds will go to the U. S.f' .
2,000 workmen walked off their I
Irene and readied the plate ate t Army's German Youth Activities you'l'e not saving any money for the future at
jobs. They returned to work I S
.eeae time as the ball cut Fund to give Christmas partiesfor SIIIIFFLEIIOARI{
...... with ...._or anJ was' tailed when they were told they would German youngsters. I (Bayview Park) I S not getting ahead. ,jS
not have to work on the three 1 ."
.... ViaIkoz pupped out fJT the; ships I Daily play.SENIOR. But why shake in your shoes when dolt think SS

oat ahraIll d t1"'u>e.aii6 I U. mum 1.ea d ers. at the port said Sports Shorts I l ____ about not having the money you'll need in later SS

I that they will handle all incom- .
Die lint the best hit-1 41
ing and outgoing freight on ships> Municipal Stadium. Afternoon life! airS
ten were. Thorn and Alee with At the beginning of this Na-I
'we eat-... and Alee went in to that East Halifax.On have berthed. regularly at tional Football League SUNDAY NOV. 21- I e Start accumulating those U. S. Savings Bonds ". .,1
West Clownsvs.
ptfcfc in the third and pitched to !I Sammy Baugh of the First Game-Key -
the Pacific Coast the Mar- Atomic Bombers.Second Tight now. They're the best little backbone stiff.
Iris batters and ended the frameIaa ton Redskins had tossed 128' SS
itime strike entered its 73rd
fciurth fanned two three in Harry Bridges the longshoremen day. touchdown passes wince he joined), Game-Red Raiders vs. enel'S we know of!
tfca fifth and the sixth for : American Legion. !
one in in 1937.
irli.Mrmghl :truck outs. a good'; leader, said that no indication ol i Ithe I I loop -__-__ iI iII I SUNDAY. NOV. 23- There's nothing like a Bond in the hand to helpS :

rewtd t* chant at Rodriguez I I IMX a settlement was In sight. Sid Luckman, who joined the! First Game-Red Raiders vs> i
.1 I stand and look the world in the
West Clowns. I you up eye. tI
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run and three hits Chicago Bears of the National) j .
w MX and one third innings. 8: passed balls: Henriquez 2::; Football League in 1939 had Second Game-American Le-1. you'll be clutching a fistful of them before you .
to stolen bases: Brown 2, Rodrigue; gion Atomic Bombers.SUNDAY .
the vt-unci the dimin- '
Ute Santaaa hit game three safely and 1; balk: Alee 1: hit by pitcher:: tossed 124 touchdown passes before -I' DEC. 5- | S know it, if you enroll right now in your com- .

had even chance without un Perez, Garcia; double play: Alct e;. this season opened. First Game-Atomic Bombers:', pany's Payroll Plan.
erne Rutorrfc hit a triple and auk to Mclnloch to Brown; pitchers vs. Red Raiders. j .
Jack Villreal and Al. Ace- summary: hits off Roberts 2 foi r the There current are squad nine of the Chicago Second Game-American That's the sure way to get hold of a batch of S

1 alau played a great gamer 2 runs in 2 1/3 innings off Rodriguez .. Bears of the National Football I t.I gion vs. Key West this starch for the spine! .
.. 4. for 6 4. in,
r ... ItIft. for lowers. Cates. runs in 1/3 I SUNDAY, DEC. 12- L.-I
IlalelT sad I Alimzo were the best. rungs; winning pitcher: Alee; League. First, Game American I And think of it in ten years YOlt get oaekS .
Sr..e'bF inna.afc" first losing pitcher: Rodriguez: tin vs. Red Raiders.
game: i Chicago SS
of the
R It E. of game: 1.50; umpires: : C. Al At 20 Bobby Layne Second Game-Atomic Bombers I four dollars JOl' el'ery three/ Bolt incest .. ill
Bears is the youngest quar-
Caowrw mi O50 402 962 bury and Albio Acevedo scorer West, Clown S
; terback ever to direct a team in vs. Key the safest investment in the world today.
lam 8H2 000 Aguilar. I
000- 246tUeorU. 6)I
Al.., and A. Mclr.turh; !I I SECOND GAME the National Football League. \SKETUALL : 'Vhat'g good for you is good for your country,

lie..Utw. ,q Litttres and Henri- Red Raiders George Brown, place-kicking High School Gymnasium too. Every Bond you buy helus keep our economic :
I Player AB R H PO A : I
1 specialist of the Syracuse (Night)
e'r'r a. innmp second game: C. Valdez cf 5 0 1 3 1 :i booted 27 straight system on an even keel.
team, I .
R. 11. E. linker, rf 4 0 1 1 0 1 4 0 before PRACTICE GAMES |
I conversions last year
1IMk.. 8Itt1 (190) 001- 1 7 3 A. Acevedo, 3b 3 0 1 1 1 1 hia opening kick of this TUESDAY .
o.-a.'I'. Oil 800 OOx- 2 1 2 Gates, 2b 4 0 I 3 1 0 missing 7:30 P.M.-Bob'- Sport Shop

a. Lastrra and Harvey; B. Harvey c 3 I 1 9 1Caibunell II[) season. I vs. Sonar School. : :

&ww-tlG4& and I tti.herts.Cue ss 30022 1 I Army scored but one touchdown 8:30 P.M.-Driftwood vs. Jun-j : AUTOMATIC SAVING IS

it-n.ea. I I I Alonzo. Ib 40050 against Harvard in the first ior Varsity.WEDNESDAY.
FIRST GAME xFisher. U 10000 [) :
between the SURE SAVING :
I I I 13 played
Kif West Clowns G. Laslres. p 40100 games with the 7:00: P.M.-Pollock's Jeweler* I :
.. two "schools, beginning
tavri AU It II PO A E xJu. VillareaL If 2 0 1 00 I 0 vs. Coca-Cola. |
L ulk'I-: -I :2! 0 I 6 0 - 1895 contest. 8:00: P.M.-Elks Club vs. Bocu''
A. Mclnt.hI I 0 II 0 0 Totals33 1 7 24 6 3 Chica. : U. S. SAVINGS BONDS :

Thotoii+. 3G 5 122 I I xBattcd in Slh.Atomic. UECftUlTING IN MIAMI 9:00 P.M.-Beachcombers vs ::

Ala. If.p 422 I :3 0 Bombers (Continued From Page One) Drif twoid. S "ip""..."n',1 In' SS
nlwft. Ib 3: 2 010 0 0 Player AB R II PO A 1 E E: for service with the 1st Infantry THURSDAY( ..

r. Allen. l"f I I I 0 0 0 L. Casado, If 3 1 0 1 0 01: Division and the Constabulary I 7:00: P.M.-Bob's Spurt Shop j) ''The Key West CitizenS 6)

W. Curry JIJ.I 4& 0 1 I 0 0 Vidal, If 1 0100AL 11 I Corps. i vs. Coca-Cola. .

a.ru.p 1 0 0 0 2 1 Acevedo ss 4 0 0 2 2 01 I For men with prior service, 8:00 P.M.-Elks Club vs. Jun
G. any. rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 D. Roberts c 4 0 2 10 0 there are certain restrictions that ior Varsity.9:00Polluck's. This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisementS Q

E. IItnitb. 11>> 4 0 0 I I 0 Joe Mira. Ib -I 1 1 3 0 0'' will not concern non-veterans. : J 'wd"rs's.. prepared uDder auspice; of Treasury Dept. and Advertising CouncilRSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
A. Dtwtb rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jack Vil'eal 3bI 0 0 2 3 ni Veterans will not be eligible for Sonar School. .

- R. Santana 2b.4 0 3 5 2 0;i "The Big Red One" or the Con- TUESDAY. NOV. 23- .

Tt.tal.31 9 6 27 13 2 J. Albury cf 40010. 0 'stabularly Corps over the fourth 7:30: P.M.-Driftwood vs. Boca .
American Legion ] pay grade (formerly Sergeant .
G. Marber, rf 20010 o Chica. .
Player AB R H PO A E B. Sweeting p 2 0 0 1 1 I now Corporal) and only certain 3:30: P.M.-Bob's Spoil Shop :, .
( Specialty
Aaduit cf 4 003 0 0 Military Occupational Pollock's Jeweleis. .
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I aau.2b 3 0 1 5 1 2 Totali32 2 7 27 8 21 numbers are needed at this time. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 24- .

Solomon 3b 4 0 0 221 Runs batted in: Ju. Villarc al)'I I The U. S. Constabulary of 1946 was 7:00: P.M.-Elks Club vs. The .. .
burn of necessity in July
D. Lu-itrjs.; sspI 0 I 1 1 2llearaquez Roberts, Santana: two-base hi t.: the basic mission of secur- Beachcommber. .
with .
I c -I 0 1 8 2 1r A. Acevedo, ; three-base hit: Rol?" i in the 8:00: P.M.-Sonar &:houl's.. .

dri uex. p-S5..000..0. erts; earned runs: Bombersstruck 1.. j i i Occupation Zone in Germany. Coca-Cola. .

Garc'w. Ib 3 0 I 7 0 0 out: by Lastres 9, byi 1 The "Constab" is a highly mobile 9:00: P.M.-Junior Varsity vs. .
ViOatoaL If -I 1 0 1 0 0 Sweeting" 6; base* on balls: o" j I force with the prime mission of Boca Chica.THURSDAY. .

IVrerf 2 1 0 0 0 0 Laslres 2. off Sweeting 3; left t;.n I supervising and controlling the NOV. 25- .

- bases: Bombers 9. Raiders 9; borders of the U. S. Zone. They 7:00 P.M.-Beachcombers \> .
Tut.a32. 2 4 27 10 fi passed balls: Harvey 2, Robert a: I also police black market activities Boca Chica. .
Runs batted in: Pazo. Thomas stolen bases: Acevedo 2. Santa a; and enforce highway safetp 8:00: P.M.-Bob's Spoil Shop .

2. Aft 1. Allen 3; sacrifice hit: wild pitch: Lastres; hit by pitcl D-I measures.", vs. Sonar School.

A. UcJbtucfa; earned runs: er: Carbonell: double play: J. The First", Infantry Division, the 9:00 P.M.-Pollock's Jewelei.vs. : :
Ckywna 4. Legion 1; =struck out: Villareal to Santana to Mir a; famous "Big One." is one of the Coca-Cola.

by Rodriguez 6, by Lastres 3, by winning pitcher: Sweeting; loci 19 most", efficient fighting units theme
.Alee s ft bases on balls: off Rudtigltrr pitcher: Lastres; time of ga : Army has ever had. Today its Coach-Bob Grieve's Syracuse"" .
d. .ft Lashes I 1. off Alee: 1; 2.00; umpires: E. Smith and I C. mission in Germany is the sameas : University ss-country tt-n J
]left 6&" t. iU. Cli'AJi3 6, Legi.nL1k Alt.uqs"rlr, : Aguilar. the Caatbulary. was undefeated: lj>it Eaiou." I ''' v%''''''"'''"''1ti%% %%%%'''''



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inainnmmuHiirannuniutiiiuiiiinmiiiniiiiiiiiaiimiiiiiniiiii NEWS: lhImmutmnhIInnnuhlmflflnnhIffluhlIHISOCIETY .Jr.-Sr.P.T.A.ToHoldMceling High School fLOUISA'S t| LETTER 13,939 Get I. .

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PIIOneS. The Citizen Office-51 \ $ Tuesday :; Dear Louisa: Florida I :::a

Residence-629-XJ I The Parent-Teachers Association -I My wife and I don't live together. We have two children I II -.i ': 'a ; '.. -a. 'a

-uuuniiniuiiiHiiiiiiiiuiiaiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiHiiiiiiii j of the Key West Junior-Sen- I| and she says she doesn't want me to see the children. Won't c'ip.rIi t.. w

mmmiiiiimminuiiiuuuiniiuiinaiiiiiuiiiiuiuiiu.Luncheon I 1101' High School will hold a meet- :1 ask me to support the kids. I am not a man that drinks and I ; j

Ami Fashion/ Show I I ing tomorrow, Tuesday, night be- miss my family. I want to see my two boys.WORRIED the 13.939 !i M_ .
ginning at 8 o'clock in the school I
I J MAN.-Tenn. Florida State i

Friday Sponsored By Officers auditorium.Installation of new officers will I; Answer: i I ice October., !i t.

be conducted by Mrs. Robert U your wife just left you without any reason she has no djcapped workers i

Wives Club Large, Beautiful Affair Dopp County Council President-4 eight to keep you from seeing your two boys. On the other: -: Chairman; of the _

:and these new officers\ consist"pC t, hand if you have had trouble and gone into court and the law'al Commission, j.,
Fashion was the keynote of the luncheon and fashion show were Mrs. Fernando Camus,-president; bas awarded the mother custody of the children because of h t i a Emphasis on .

luncheon mettina! of the Officers the Mesdames I Mrs. Everett Rivas, Vice-presi-J i 1 t non-support neglect, or abuse by haven't the the Physically
Wives Club held Morgan Harris you. you right k> : -
at the Officers last Club Friday at midday Fort Alexander II us ban d, Tony I I dent torian.and Mrs. Hilda Salas, his- { see them unless one agrees to.,- ----,... ;''m sulted Week, October in 3 'I I I :\ :;
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Taylor with over one hundred Schneider, Dawson, Mandel, I I it i 1 .
Miss Mildred Joyce Williams ment of disabled '
iVEJPS from :; I
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ftlty members and I Why don't you try and see !! } I
guests present. James Matheson R. Carpenter I will NEPH C
Brady, give a report on the State ing week
her and ask her to I let ,
Tht lovely models, members of Donald Parker, Robert C. | .invention held in West Palm i them you see HOLLYWOOD I Ito {ments of persons : i4
times and offer
club at regular ; --
the strolled among the tables Bathe Archibald MacFadden, F. Beach last week which was attended j 'sical disability .-..
them. She must have '
offering the audience an opportunity II. Clark L. P. Lowe, F. J. Hal- i by a number of P.T.A. [some support very good reason for act- Apropos the waning receipts:j'through this .5 C : .55

to study and appraisethe finger Howard, Martin Boelens, members from Key West. ins so hard boiled. 'at the box offices of ofj"j of handicapped J a' ,
dresses closely after the first Van Dolan. Doer, McClure, Par- I There will also be an address doubled those II 1 : '

formal introduction by Mrs. Opal ham, Klein O'Connor, Rice, by the principal, Mr. Fred Goldsmith i LOUISA. 1 the theaters in the nation. W. j!month. .. ..' -

Van t-urSt'n.: who acted as mistress Fuwler, Meyers, Hawkins Small and an interesting pro- t R. Wilkerson. editor of The Almost 950 -; :' v
ceremonies for the Ot.oca1' Black, Lewis, Cldrke, J. T. Fla- I I gram throughout the meeting. Dear Louisa: II j i Hollywood Reporter observes ;'for work were .; tJ

s un. I|I vin, J. F. Lellis, J. A. Stover, B. have a small home and I enjoy ,i iI that "we need a new shake all j dicapped 'm'!. .-. ieL;
All the adult feminine apparel' L. Hansen living in it much with \ ,
W. J. Redwine, Merrill i very month. -
was fro mthe Mar-Ed Shop, and j Bauer, Smith, Ryzow, Nolan IJ.-T. A.9s To I my husband and baby but my : around. A new production j There was an TOWER IN BERLIN Thlat.srrlnlhrBrttishse-
were either exclusive modes ororiginal j Brent, J. S. Martin, Ramsing Reu- iI zest; new writers writing more cent in the 'er at Berlin was used for television during the war. New visitor
creations. The lI( I problem is this. My mother has !,I I climb to too to view ruins ef war throuch teletcope.
attractive ther, Haver, H. A. Gibson, Ram- lldll/eetillg for the customers and less job
an.l unusual shoes completing' sey, Beadle, Donald Small. Mm- I I ja large home, and my father is themselves, and stories forTh I is was ---- ---- --
these ensembles were furnishedby ton, Becker, Cooper, William R. In TavermerThirtyfive :away from home on business a';' f from alcohol, sex and murder stimulated I

the ROM Bootery, and the dis- j Warren, J. C. Wheeler, Jr., I I great deal of the time. Now and more good comedy good! m rily the Conch Club The average adult .brodnt bier

tint live .jewelry so necessary for Palmer, James A. Hooper, Jr.,, members of the mother thinks that every time home-life yarns and less of !I hiring by ,weighs about M) pumas.

the final touches to milady'stcos-'j! hitler, Hansen, Christie, Lynch, various Parent-Teachers Associations he has to leave that we should world problems that infiltrate packing plants.

tumes came from Pollock's. Mod- Hamilton Albright Spender,, I in Key West will attend the be perfectly delighted to pickup t the thinking of our ticket-buy land retail trade Publicizingj ney Mathews to obtain the m-

c-ls coiffures were done by Stell's j Lennox, Peter Caudrey, Bell, Rex: Monroe County Council meetingin bag and baggage; and move ,ers to a great degree today [per cent gain I tenal from the Key Wwt Ctuwf

Beauty Nook. I I Goodman, Ed. Williams, K. II. over to stay with her until fa- thereby driving them placeto figures as citrus ': her of Commerce MM! tit* entire

A presentation of children's ; Gainer, R. A. Martin O. W. Mey I Tavermer on Wednesday of ther comes back. Of course, we ; < see anything to get any away i ng houses i I j West j jI i dub will distribute it anwdd t+w'campus. I
dresses from the Old hland Trad-i ers. J. E. Dey, C. Carlson D. W. this week. do save on our groceries but it j from those thoughts" He ping season. ,
ing Post followed each section of Gibb, C. W. At this is But I do may Total I .. ... __. I II .
;: Knapp, Findly, Gil- meeting there will be very annoying. not ] have something there! ( I < | -.1. < Tbr < 11' |1 I
grown-up fashions; and thus the j more, Little Barthes, Thielges, I thf installation of the newly- want to hurt her feelings and 'I j I per cent, while GAINESVILLE, Nov. 15.: ,,'I The CunHi Club intctMb to talk*

audience saw the charming. counterparts -I hailer, Reggie Belt, Guy Carleton -; elected officers, and there will I she doesn't like to stay by her- i In order to avoid falling "into ments during Homecoming crowds at Gainesville rull o.dv.bo8tf. the Irtrgv M A
of the play and daytime ,I L. P. Baillod, D. B. Long. R. I also be a luncheon honoring these self. What should I do the abyss of i increase of 20 for the Miami-Florida Gfc- varied cr.\IIoJ.\ (... Ihv. H"Hvum
playing meanies,
tluthes woin by their mothers. I Iliu'kgruuhd F.Vitb., R. E. SinkVise, Rex L. Key Vest County Council offi Young Wire-Md. 'I l largest increase lags crowd *iU .br. ftMOt man' ?
Lizabeth Scott and Diana Lynn tors football game on November iris ill Florid .. diu. a \. J*
p pr-
decorations for here .'
the that
Murphy, Gadberry, Herbert Pace, cers. I Suggest your mother rent w
, main display platform were beautifully I J. S. Townsend, E. B. Alexander, It has been announced: that the one of her rooms to some young I will "pull a switch in "Bitter Vic ment were 20 will be greeted with pamphlets .outlet fur the! publicity .....nai.

) done by The Southernmost J. E. Tanner, J. B. Grady, V. thirty-five members going to woman or let one of her older tory. Liz: will play the sweet do and Tampa and picture material publicizingKey Similar ,,'\ m taken. tart ycwrnxt
girl while Diana will portray the with otK-h lieu heConsh
Florists. Blum, B. Kavanaugh, P. Viele, Tavernier will meet at 8:45: a. in. relatives live with her. This I veterans were West The Conch Club plansto .uttvjw. ( .
I villainess. ,..
t The models were Bunny Welling -i Davey, Eli Vinock, J. R. Morrow, at the Division Street School, would work out nicely for both i citrus canning distribute the descriptive papers C'tui. !lia t.-ht' ftulster.

Jean Schneider, Gay EdI I j T. R. Perry, Cook, Jester, Dunlap, where transportation to the keys; .of you. She would save on the [tI Hal Petersburg: an.l at key spots on campus during tailing ..n .jiriu.it tIt in
wards, Elaine" I hulls, Kitty Dry, Kinsey Thompson Knight, Merrill will be provided for them. groceries and you and your I Wallis, who has been lit- I crease in veteran the entire week end. Publicity --- -- -

: Bess Etcher, Ellie Gilbert, Ruth I Weakly, Keiser, Middleton, ---- I[small family would not be on erally beseiged with pleas from i general. material will also be left at .

Embree, Annabelle Cockran, Vanlandmgham, Hilton, E. R. Girl Scouts Of {I the wing, so to speak, all of the j Marie Wilson's fans that she be I Nearly 1,000 I strategic locations in campus CHANGE -
Shiilwy. Gorman Denny Dehl, McCarthy, W. T. Eckberg Allan time. Your mother probably'' starred in "My Friend Irma", is views to buildings.

Frances Busey, Alberta Dwyer, i I iB. Cleare, Jr., William Curry, t I never dreams that you are not' giving serious thought to the 'I job j problems, in Club secretary Archie Pott,

Gay Ilolzapfle, Marge Seabrook, ;j George Gomez, T. J. Cooper, W. Troop 8 To Begh: delighted to come whenever you ; suggestion and may cast Marie dicapped was designated by President Sult
Dixie Gillette, Malika Brown, and j: R. Laughon, Rearson, George Lu- I are invited and it may be that i as Irma and Betty Hutton as her I by counselors of of lIFE4

Kay King. Junior models were ,' cas, Alfred Mabey, Sr., Alfred First Aid Studies she would welcome a change as i girl-friend, Jane. I Employment

the Misses Mabel Harris and |[ Mabey, Jr., J. A. Toldt and the I well as you. j I I aptitude and iPIMPLESI "mkMte,. you r'-ms..... v<*. through h..t iwcuIsM the 1.--1 u* ___
Bunny and Topsy Halfinger. j Misoes Jessie Gibson, Florence I It has been announced that the Greta Garbo may star in th? were given.On 3a Ie ** 'IS' LJUP* Urn MAMua ,....
., .
Among those attending the E. Sawyer and many others. Girl Scouts of Troop 8 will meet t Address Your Letters to: i i"LOUISA" i I title role in "The Life of Sarah November' t SQUEEZE: :THIMII: .. ___ mail. tiM-.tr In.. .. --c<\,.IL.) .,'nt,. r..l.TtMHl...a... ?..
I at the Ley Memorial Church An- P. O. BOX 532. i ticrnhardt," after all. Gaibo:>> by 40,876 active |I hulea KLEKR&X ugly pimples mad *e s.it bow dim mumaly them-1 uftea...*_itI L.Ua S .......1..,.. e V..taIItIt. e.-ITT.
--- ---- nex tomorrow at 3:30: to be the was refused with the I lint tml. Not puand I. trlr" .II' la ').......-.
p.m. way entranceto a saluc lb t
Orangeburg. S. C. | ..... creasy puupinthrive PtiCtiti.. f.--. o...... 55.i ... ...
Many Matters Discussed; At gin their Junioi Ked Cross First the' Beachcomber recently ment &'rvicei. itchm.-dnvca but.th.q mnlicatetl rednea* on liquaj*. Ui trelieve lJoKloWa \.011. __WIt 5... .-.n,
Aid Studies. when she showed in slacks. A>k for KLEENEX .t all .IruuiMa. '
: up applicants were 4Qr
I { LYDIA E. PLMAM'SVaii : :& :
Of Girl Scouts Leaders Mrs. Vera Wood will be the in The Weather She went home, put on a dress during October. Oou2tey0uxoMMi y feacJkxf if Id.. 5 7 .
Meeting structor at these classes, and thetudles and went back.

Association; ; Held Friday Afternoon necessary themselves part of are a very; FORECAST ; I Too Many\
Scouting. Key West and Vicinity: Con Margaret O'Brien didn't do so m I

The regular monthly meeting Mrs. Doris Thompson, while girl, troop Therefore are urged all members to be present of the tinued fair weather wj\h\ little.]i badly 1947 She for increased herself financially in I I I WINSTON :
her hold-
net -
t'thru .;
of the Girl Scouts Leaders Association of twelve throu .1 thirteen years It has also been announced that change in temperature Tues- Fred J. Snow, i'I.
ags by $$18,530.86 a total of CJft
A ,
t day. Moderate ",tasVti ly-tvinUs.i
at Wesley the
will register'i Troop 8, which\ is : Wednesday t\ngs\ 1-116,770.33.. Margaret's income down into a
House last Friday afternoon. This of the Troop will be discontinued Florida: Fair weather thru| I tm$ do some
Mrs. Dorothy I[ last $193.848.20 from tefL
supervised by Tuesday. Little in year was :
association is composed of Girl during this course, to be resumed change tern- I tom, he
I I movie and radio WOI k and othert I
Scout Leaders assistant leaders Sands. The Senior Scout Troop, at its 'Ompletion.I perature. J head ciawl

and troop coi.imittee members.At composed of girls fourteen years Jacksonville thru the Florida]t sources, but expenditures totaled t tr i' smashed it } l .
the meeting matters of and over, is under the direction I- Straits and East Gulf: Gentle to-! $175,317.34, including $68,698.97for r / I
many i age Straightened '/ ''IP JwiJ /1"-
,' I Son Horn To 111 taxes. up. ,9 '
of moment were discussed, and of Mrs. Little.It r., moderate eaot to northeast winds:i; I more of the
it was voted to mail to President has been announced that thru Tuesday. Clear to pal tly toward him.
Truman the first issue of the there are a few openings in all I Mrs. M. Holcomb cloudy weather. ._ I j I Howard Keel had to go to Lon. I Snow killed PRINCESSVATCIIES

commemorative Girl Scout ;! troops, and any parents wishing No small craft or storm warn- don with the "Okahoma" rapid
the Scouts their I A son was born on November 81m have been issued. I! pany to be recognized for com-I I
Stamp purchased by to register daughters inI ings i longed. at him : :
the Naval '4U1PFLsfifioaNsYwIiih.lr :
: Hospital to Mr. and iI I good singer that he is. is/:74/SJ
of Key West on November 8th. I Scouting should contact the leader II I hb slapped it :
The Association also resolvedto ; in the age group as outlined j Marvin Holcomb. The baby REPORT I! back now from England and wil! I I I trowel and

segregate the age groups of above. weighed seven pounds. Mrs. Hol- Key West, Fla., Nov. 15. 1948 i j go into "The Forsyte Saga" with I I he left the pit, :
Scouts. As of November 13, 1948, There is also a newlyformedBrownie I Mrs.comb Arturo ii a daughter Boza. 517 of Mr. and J (Observation taken at City Office,I. with Greer Garson. After that.hc'll ., I ished. {

all gills registering for Scouting Troop, and for registrai Whitehead 8:30: a.m., EST) | have the singing lead inMetro's ;
ime street. "'
between the ages of ten and i tion therein, contact should t I Temperatures !! "Annie Get Your Gun I Black '/U/-,6-01 -A'/

eleven years will register in made with Mrs. Oscar Rodriguez: Highest yesterday 84 '! which will start early in Jan- name of a dark = ...,.
Troop 5 under the supervision of at the El Salvador Parsonage. I Calendar Of I Lowest last night 761 I II uarv.- diamond whose I \J'4) 'J I .: -

__ ____ h_____ __ -, .---.--. -- --_ Mean .. 80 I!! I. is carbonate. I I I ', :
I Coming Events I I I Normal 7ir Hedy Lamarr is just delighted I I! i ," ., .1 .
with her role in "Samson and -
; Services t F 1
Siweini Precipitation F1IEME
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Delilah." Declares she's just .,
: /
I Total last 24 hours ... .00 ins. i 1 I 10.... .
Girl Scouts of Troop 8 to Meet 'i been waiting for DeMille and I '
()...; Truman Held BynIIrriuIioIs t Total this month 0.17 ins. I 1 .. \
at Ley Memorial Church An- echmcolor. They say she's .
j I "
I .
i i Deficiency this month 1.18 ins. : ( &
beautiful. i
nex at 3:30: P.M. to Begin Jr. really ; \
Total this 45.78 ins. I
( li'AVii Zion FridayThe year
Red Cross First Aid Studies. I I
Excess this 10.14 ins. I : l1l
C7 "" year
Congregation B'Nai Zion Caid Rita Hayworth isn't doing her I .
t Zion that the Relative -yrk
B'nai Sunday
Congregation i! anaounpeU I Humidity. i iI
reputation good by travelingover
: Party. 8:00: P.M., St. Mary's any '
held last Friday i School pupils, under the directionof 8:30 a-no.
special services |
Mexico with -
Parish Hall. I t Aly Khan particularly I ) ,
honoring President Truman and j the teachers, will present a special Meeting. Kiwanis Club. 6:45 80't| when both are married j
these services were largely attended Chanukah program on Decem- : Barometer ) II'b- :
Talk by Dr. J. Lancelot -to different people. I\ ;
p.m. .
by people from all over 26th this occasion commemorating (Sea Level). 8:30 a-m. I .
Lester, Jr. i '
subject ? ,
"Cancer I '
the community. the victory of the Macca 30.12 ins.-1020.0 mbo. j I I: '
and film "The Traitor Within" I For a composite "form divine"Fashion ; \ ;r
for the bees.It Tomorrow's
A prayer was offered Almanac t
Edith Head
shown Designer .
Antonio Mar-
President, and Mrs. Schwartz, has also been announced that I tinez. by I Sunrise 6:44: aim picked: Neck, Diana i Lynn / dI l (

wife of Rabbi A. Schwartz, sang the first of the seasonal card par. P.T.A. Key West High School, Sunset 5:40 p.m. shoulders, Barbara Stanwyk;: 11 \ :
"America the Beautiful." The|! ties under the auspices of the Moonrise 5:38 .
meets. 8.00 in 'I p.m.t bust Olivia De Havilland: waist.
services were closed by the sing- Congregation B'Nail Zion will bi School. p.m. High Moonset 6:33 a.m.;!:t Loretta Young: hips, Lizabeth "
t Address Dr.
by J.
ins of the National Anthem. held tomorrow evening at 8:00() I Scott Hedy Lamarr;: \ : I\I\\ .SO'Jj?
Lancelot Lester. Jr. ; arms \
I and
The Sunday School was alsofilled o'clock Duval at St.Street.Mary's Parish Hall I showing of film. Public in- TIDES ;I hands, Veronica Lake; legs, M-nr- \ I { \ \ $ i. ;;
and it has been on
to capacity vilest.THURSDAY. (Naval Base) I l lene Dietrich: and feet. Mono ,
-- -- --- -- --- Tomorrow Freeman. 0\\:1 I 1I \ >>
-- Sewing Group, NOVEMBER Woman's 18 Auxiliary -- (Eastern Standard Time) I \"tK "
West \ I \ \
Of )
Iliiiul Boosters Key
I of Monroe County Hos High Low j i Irving Berlin is planning a
pital. 2 p.m. at HospitaL Everyone 10:05: a.m. 3:25: ; a.m. new musical for Fred Astanx-: i I (I

JII"i"rSIIi; it'll, Hold Meeting invited to join this 9:07: p.m. 2:52: p.m. I It and Ginger Rogers w ho made j 1 II I 1 \ ,
-- f Pa-1 I \
group. Transportation to and ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA < such a hit in his "Easter \ \ ,, s
The Rand Boosters of the Jun purpose of sending the Band IsMiami rade." He semite a whole, -- \
from Hospital can be arranged (Reference Station: Key West) may : \
tor-Senior High School held a I on December. 31st. by telephoning Mrs. Rutt, Time of Height of j new score for the picture instead t / /.nnl rli
I I I ;
The Miami to be ,
trip promises 420-W. StationTide high water'a of using his old songs. i i' .,
meeting last Saturday at the R ,
for the band
a thrilling one
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20- hia Honda I : ,;
tiocne of Major\ Eurl Dillon director They will take part in the large, Dance. American Legion Home (bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft.j! Speaking of musicals. Mike, ( $Hf.fM/f/rfJ of UKllijh School Band, dur- and will then attend the
ins which several important subjects Orange parade Bowl Football Game. Selection Benefit High School Band, No Name Key I j'I 'Curtis has the whole Warneitwriting from vthich to choose her Christina: gift. The
i Sponsored by Bund Boosters (east end) +2h 20m j t staff working overtnm-
were discussed. of the hotel for the/ band. i Club. Boca Chica i j''trymg to get an original musical;! : WittnatOT Diamond Princess in gold M-I tutu tv o beautiful .
Hans ..* ibeen perfected fur to stay ovtrmght in Miami ha,
for Doris Day. i
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m i ) diamonds, is
the bent-fit dance to be held Sat- also been made. I Caldes Channel moderately pricctl at STL-W. ( rgisca

tuday night. November 20th. at. The Band Boosters are composed ;' : "Lost" Street t (north end) +2hlOm +1.4 ft After Joe Pasternak's trip to Qolden Princess Watch priced) at |:.V/) .."))1),encases! in IlK \
the American Legion Home of and friends ol
parents i 000 Hawaii he's planning a pic tun' gold! Wit matter Princess'aldi...,.-ina.Ir' tic IxrttgifiatVitlnauer -
Legion having donated the use the members of the High School' called "The Hawaiian." ,
of the Home and proceeds from Band, and are very active in 1! Found NOTE(-)-: Minus sign: Corrections i with Margaret O'Brien alicacK : \ famous for fine ualrlifor. ovr 80 eara. .

the alfuir are to be used for the their aid and support. ,! I to be subtracted. !j: :set to dance the hula. | I 'KUitucr aattbeifruma 139.73 Trim Mck.l Fcdrf Tar

CULVER CITY. Cal.-When to'1 *
-- -- --- -- --- I (+)-Plus sign: Corrections
residents suggested that it wouldbe be added. i ii Quite a number of professional POLLOCK'S

Tug (On Line [ "Friends?" II nice for their street to bepa'cd. Ii i baseball players: will appear 0 U ft II I T Y
an older resident on the with Jimmy Stewart in "Thl' \M"J/,4

[ CHICAGO-Louis II. Frank i.issuing .1| avenue remembered, that it had !i Bucking Horse' ;I Stratton Story.:' Among them J
Proves Fatal I 'I i been paved, once-back about Im m Ii are Jimmy Dykes, Bill Dickey, PAT I WELE5W

: Harry J. Sodini, a fishing;: : 1921. Workers sent out by city i Gene Beardon. Max West, Red I Spirit of Youth. \ / -

SAN DIEGO. Calif.-The excitcment : companion for $50,000 as darn ': officials dug around and, two | Injures 21 Berger and Mervyn Shea. i en as the -w SllCElr
508 DtVALKey
I'I and a half feet down, they hit m
Elmei j ages for the loss of an eye, whena buk-I Girl for the
biought on when r hook cast by Sodini injured hiseye ;; ,, pavement a little the worse fur PUEBLA, Colo.-When a : Emerald production has lon Bowl festival 'If't-st' Only .lullntrizrd Ii.sU'iluhir
E. GaiU-y. 58. telt a tug on hisfishing | wear-but there. Rain water had ing horse an untamed bronco,, been a virtual monopoly of mints
so it had to be removed.I I. I Im from December ,
lintcaused: Gaile to havi 5 flooded the area so often that I named "Bear Cal" threw its m near Bogota. Columbia although "EXPERIENCED JEWELERS FOR THREE
a beast: attack which proved I liThe j mishap: was said to have oc- | residents tired of shoveling silt I rider at a rodeo and crashed inj !small quantities are mined else !j January 3. She I

(;atal.; The tragedy occurred on atports i i carted during an outing last t. off the street alter each storm j I to the bleacher* section 21 per-II III j where. But the Columbia mines 'i all festival I: nr.f fl
: fishing boat a slioit dis- 1.Memorial Dar :y3ir Whitehal,"1 and let the stre.t disappearuidergrsund. : sons were injut d. three serious-: have been idle for the past ten the Orange I 7d /.2ff'NJ!

Iiae ,,!ft..re. I Mich. 17.'. .. i years.; I.... Yea' D CENERATbOIS'V

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!OD'Y.OVE !BER 15, 1943

I W' .
TRUMAN CABLES I'IIbll/lit I I I! Drops) In I Hole) Car

I i IN THE BAG FOR CHRISTMAS I (Continued From Pige One) 1!'

man of the Democratic National Two men went to church to Breaks 'Walcr Main
I I1 I' I I:
Committee, and Leslie Biffle. sec- pray. |

retary of the U- S. Senate. One was a leading citizen: and SYRACUSE. N. Y -WlMii 'Hie

\1 1i i Modes' of the Moment\ I Senators Barkley and McGrath the other a poor school tearher.The ;front whl. or a car driven by
will go up from Miami to West sloxl .
prominent citueii: WiJInm F Ta.fmu Ml through;: a
wrllf.' '. Beach. They will visit I
Palm ,
and prayed thus: "O Lon:!, I hole in the paav"-inert, it t biokt a
friends in West Palm Beach. La-
By DOROTHY ROE: will leave for | thank Thee that I am not like water main. fl ter Senator Barkley
t traffH- to be n' i-Kited.
t these professional men. evenas causing
i while Mc-
1 his home in Kentucky
toI I this, poor teacher. I pay half The driver was: uninjured I II
will return
Grath and Biffle :
i I i
the teacher's salary: it is my
4 Washington. I 'hun'h'I''I "."...rUw fa TAsa (..1.... '
; built this :
that (
and I money
4. In Miami Senators Barkley |
T ; McGrath\ awl Biffle,are expected. subscribe> liberally to the foreign
: missions, and to all the work of
Ff to meet..U. S. Attorney General I SUPPLIES !
ayY Tom Clark. It is not known the church. It is my money that ROBERTS '

__ whether Clark \s''coming: down advanceth Thy cause!" I I and EQUIPMENT
here to'see "President Truman. The schoolteacher's was quite 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 219
President Truman aka said different. He bowed his head in
and prayed: "0 God. be,I -
farewell to Eben Ayers wJo has;; humility Place Your Order for
served aa.his press representativein I very merciful unto" me. I was I!
Key West who started back to that man's teacher. PERSONALIZEDChristmas
'1 I

,. ,II I I Washington 10'a.m. He by drove airplane to Boca at about Chica When toddlers eat at the table I Cards -

I Naval Air Field and boarded the with grownups it will save the I NEW DESIGNS
plane there.It tablecloth if a plastic mat is put
rs.M also was announced today at each place: rhoose an attiac I
I You Are Invited To Look
that Charles floss, who is the tive. appropriate design that a Over Our Line
PresHent'press representative I: boy or girl will enjoy.
will mine here late today. Ross i
will handle all relations with the .

e 1 newspapermen photographers, CHRISTNIASTOYS
Key radiomen West. who are visiting in -BICYCLESRepaired -

The Key West High School and Rented
: band will serenade Charley Ross
I when he arrives at the Boca I Also in Stock-NEW NOW ON DISPLAYUse
fII '11'1I. kYM Chica Air Field. Ross will be accompanied Our Convenient

I ;IJOI.I, ,',' It H. This/ is strictly a luxury wao defeated Democratic candi- SCOOTERS
date for governor of Washington ALII (/MARK CARDS
I item for tin- girl nlitt "/", ererylhing": ; Hag opens and David K. Niles: a White and SKATES -[ [

\ sin ffiitet 10 ret--id satin lining; and fittings; domes: ; E House adviser. i Overseas Cycle Store The Hobby Shop
and I I'earsiun; 'lamb.I Walsren is a good friend of
'alto in nun I.. '",,,,,nl. seal,
President Truman and some I 320 Division SPhone 1380 II OS Division St. Phone 31

Ih'- .- A"u'". White House observers state that ...................._...
I !. __
., he is likely to be seated in the, -
"\ -
cabinet by Mr. Truman.
Riffle issued\ a statement last '
I 1 .r' + rt night in which he said that President j THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES

and his friends enjoyed the
vacation in Key West. i Located in the Heart of the City

,. ..- -- -- t. = .- --- "Ninety per cent of the time j RATES PHAAIC WRITE or WIRE
down here has been spent resting REASONABLE liUUif IO for RESERVATIONSwith
1 II /\ '''t, /' !un I i I In indulgent husband or father might gire; ti IH'IIIfI ," said Biffle. "The other 10 BATH and TELEPHONE

tered[ irife daughter; brace of bagsfv (.hristmas tailored calfskinshotrn per cent has been just talking. No.

one for street irear, as at left, and a dressy suede/ Dar an al right thing.decisions" were made on any- Ford Pershing Miller

,, llolh are leather I lined finite in a full range of colors and are designedkinncin [ ; Senator McGrath went fishing :
Hotel Mold hotel
on Saturday :rr- caught a
lyy Mark) (.ro;s.ntt -
.- 1 SO NX. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st An.
-; sand shark. He appeared much 229 NE. lit AT*.
& t 80 Rooms 100 Rooms
'. -- --- put out. He told newspapermen I 30 Rooms

,,' p"7t'fr I that he had' hoped to catch some:, ElevatorSolarium Elevator Elevator
) d game fish. Heated
..4. "You can't haw all the luckin 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
jVOSTIM7OTK; Three little frngetllwK. one month. you know." remarked -,

:jur/i IHIJHIlar about 1VOO. Left to right.they y ;: a newspaperman to the I
I tu were ( F Senator. He referred to the elec-

\ / are in satin, bnmdiloth" and leliet. Designed y.' 1. tion November 2. The senator f

by Korel. \.- led the roar of laughter that i

o __ arose with the remark. NOTICEI
Yesterday the President spent
U f V I i ? the entire day resting. He did not I
go to church yesterday. as he usually I
4 ,',' ij does. lie went to the"beach
j I for a swim and loafed about on I
the sand for over two hours.
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(Continued From Pape One)

Funeral Home to Ardle"New.

ttt York where the funeral will be II'e ,Starling
held. Interment will be in the

I t! family mausoleum: in Ferrichffe
CemeteryMrs A Watch Repairing i SchoolA

: Hillinan was taken ill I

Thursday evening and she was good trade that pays well. Can be learned by any man.
:sent to Naval Hospital by Brigadier -
1 woman or boy. The best age to bgWi from 15 years up. We
General Wallace II. Grjlam -
4 will that. in 12 months of school
the Presidents personal guarantee a graduats our can
1 s )rfivaician.: make a living in the Watch Repairing Field in any city in the

Mo>ajjeof; condolences were United States. The teacher of our school: \ ii i Mr. William and

cot t-i, llillin.in by President he has been: a watchmaker all of his life. He comes from *

Ii .4___. -- Oilman and Vice PreM<.lent-Kl",?ct family of watchmakers.: William was born in Key West and
.l c 5 Allies Barklvn. raised: in Tampa.
UJ"1 rou.u 4n 41 t4
: Use a soft yellow cheese in Our school will open at 716Vi Duval Street Room 2. and

nuo....... ___ This tiiii/rlc/ fiiedItoiich ;arcparing cheese souffle since will be hell two hour nightly. For farther particulars .
itilh metal frame ''heci* that I is too hard dues not
/)0'1111.1-' ; OPE1h1TRiJ; l.11.1", fig .srm som ER\; give the dish good consistency or
and' a beret feeling ifbig :1'1Itr: HI 1. Thel -:. SeeTHE -:.

llandmnne box bag in enough for ererylhing.in lvrr nofor tlressnjtmtir. neirs for full. In tail.., ...1 l Min bug rrif/, ::1.1\1' I

suede. or calf with mirror rich calfskin; by IF lib gitltl r/M.s/, /iwolinnrii ftr n0.1.-, 1c/.I ('lln-d' jn"1)" Some piaiixiou> UUIIO\\" WATCHMAKERS

in lid. Ltddentz." by Josef.FLUIKS -lescend 1 14 or I., trotRAIN I S12 DUVAL STREET FROM
by liiclmril Korrl.News (.oblenl. A.M. TO 5 P.M.
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.Ll T IHhlCilM;! ;.. TItII.( ; nn: DKISAIUIKIST: : ;:
NUh's i i 1'lt\iHEi\rS,!: '\ ; "!CESS I

Ii ((t"' ntinu: K::m !'ictt>ne)

Tons I I front.h uI low gratin (1111"11 !I-,. ]
iml iiamonit dust j+l-. v.wpl.-c-X-s f HaviThe : Will no} beat in on your rugs I
a.e u.(-d) i vinclustiy .
for abrasives. i n'- '-lIIt'1 say that spent and furnishings when sudden
,',)ii)(' t.mi.t t'..' National: Police showers catch: you with your "
s : ik jdqu-Hli-. : :0-1! MI.I-I I Sat"' windows open while you areaway
\nr.t :'Alt
per cent of the wYrr' H I :
ii'ii.' .. \ ,,lumc of diamond ;sale : !a:".- ;ifU<<>rn>Kin attending the if your home is protected i
i i..ts. jt Oriental Park. bacli:: race: with .
111 made for industrial I
I vas named for newspapermen of

t'n.t.s: m star and'' th- Tr mp. I i %
sapphires cL WIIw
They were also entertained ill n
mi .u,' produced' by light'; the vuuin &ml'.1 Pr-ss. Club. .... ...,. 'I k
on unrelated
mineral where they wen serve'l itick- I
T1e ;
rata'aded in the gems. tad.>. '
5.\ -
:\ '-lid"!! turkey with an aver- The eye disease glaucoma was --
;:. j I ui' weight:: of less than 10nd named 2:" years ago: by Hippo O.....i".;..
i- ,.x t.,Ik'd the Bcltsviih crates. e,;i.ac..rr.

'- Po ,mi! u a> first developed in __ _n_ __ i .r eA 1
f .. '
;f411 i f4I
About IT.'i I :niilion gears are k
U'10 mukinu.: five million automotive S SIt._
U i ,iuxc ot its many islands.K vehicleThere -.
." ,I ha.- 11.000 miles of coast n G.1'r....1.-...

: :ime. are .i;t i.! .i.st two It'81.0' ....101.....
..ht.'CI juloiii'ibile stuci c..
in age( ,
Thii.t! II
: voting machine \\u' ingtem.. ftCe.MI

r k1 1 _...."" -<-,*--. ,- used in Rochester N. Y., in liftM.! __ I

Guars:: ,:!-.e RiiitUl 0:.Ktltalh i I tall
.La'; Pholo C. S. food packers 1tht.11\ the metal: WINDOWS :roaOT.5 AND
common I
ROARING FLAMES fed by crude oil and liquid petroleum i I goods through; more than ;:>0.i .- --- _u ___ -- -- -- __ SCREEN DOORS FOR HOME or
II gas destroy 36 cars and damage
.., bride .* Fruitlani Ala after derailment of a ;i 000 retail outlets.I ran3M' ''ie'lct'i I lu.--i r--r. !
a freight train I
en the Gulf. Mobile & Ohio rail-
blowlig; r&;". bock::> d-3 lj and p-o'ea
road. The flames raged through; the wreckage for SANTA CLAUS HAS .. ,. COMMERCIAL
several peso I I In a single year, more than >Oi.r 'ng" idS): from osier rot, d ,- USE
JUST DELIVERED ledj n3 .f pu TTy orovid window: ?, end
-- -- - i 100 billion! container '
units all
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---- -- -- --- I reduce: pa'n'ing; ....te.. ..(* ceil I.
1)11ISIISIIIEI"1'( : Other measures slated to kinds are made in the Un'h' HOROSCOPE DOLLS cTi' Tit no :'i'o.. I lf'*' Aff' PrejMired Tu Fur,,;.h Vou With,
come liquor license held hy l Cello Diaz : States for packing goods >>..1.i > .' 1 Convenient Payment Plan
(Continued From Pll'! One -1p at tonight's meeting includeone at 919 Stmonton street to 917 retail A D,11 For Every I CALL-PHONE 1042 Clear I'ure C:( RES or (iLL slit;/) ICE

;and sewer fund tcf carry on the :setting $2000 as the surety Simonton street. I Little Girl's Buth-i y" -KEY WEST-

present street; repavin program bond that travel bureaus must An ordinance; fixing $Et; occupational liens can be made t<> li\ ",:.:o ( Our IAIiiray, I'lan VENETIAN BLIND CO.
with vari-colored
: yolks if tiu-v
row: underway.The 1 file instead of $5.000, as provided tax on each truck that: are fed certain dyes. I ,...1... ...1..1... Thompson Enterprises, Inc.

resolution states that it is f in a previous ordinance. I I enters the city to deliver merchandise a.....1.... 1111.4.

a temporary transfer and must A suggested ordinance chang- '!!; Bufflehead ducks are ..:r.uhllike TROPICAL TRADER I 123 DUVAL STREET (ICE: DIVISION)

be paid back to the general ing some of the areas on which i teal and are known us '"buttsbaJ1s" .r writ f.rlimATURE PHONE NO. S KEY WEST. FLA.f .
revenue fund not later than June no parking is permitted. The part of a hen' ess which bccmns they are s(> 718 Duval Street Phone 1000 I WITHOUT OIIIGATIOK
3IL' 1 t9.f An ordinance transferring the is edible: b. "S par cent water. tat I.

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