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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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I I I Key West Florida, has the -{ Associated Press Day Wire.

most equable climate in the mrsf Cri 'ntt Features

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--. ,Best Interests ot Key West


THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U. S. A.

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VOL. LXIX. No. 276 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1918 PRICE FIVE CENT?

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r NEWSMEN FIND TIUMAiV: I IN GAY :MOOD


: Dulles Calls RussianDisarmament pa a UL ;Truman Discusses




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Proposal : t iA a'?( With Rayburn On



A "Cruel Deception"Mainlatnea i



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War Strength, Senator Pepper, Governor te


Hi Asserts I I l11 rs. Trninttn Returns From Httcunu;


l>iill<.!. I'oint.tit Elect Warren Callers s ( ':- -' ; Jews And Arabs:i ii /V/i/irr/ Smather.s State Thai



i 'Mint Dra-tiVally Hiiitctl Cut Stale j i iForrr !I At Office Of The Citizen a = i Said Opposed President Likes City

President Truman today is believed to have discussed the forth-

After War j jB / Had laiiifhroii WithPresident i coming legislative program in Congress with Representative S.mRavburn.

t To DivisionI presumptive speaker of the House when
;j the Htl Congress
Ifcr /4..elalee Pre./ IIEIKKSS.; ; HELD Triuiiaii Hail U formed in January.

PARIS Nov. 19.-John Footer i .......
Du1Ica!! acting chief of the United 1.K Tw Hurry (Hack To I I >.P Win-photo I' This morning Charley Roc*. presidential press. tepresaatative.!
'!. Say Aereptanre| did not appear at the headquarters of the newspapermen but let Ube
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Slates delegation to the United! Jak!>oa\ille For Talk PRESIDENT TRUMAN (standing at right) is in a jolly mood \, .. ...known that he would be there later in the day.

t Nat U ins'today. characterized a>i a' 11'I at his first news conference since the election on the lawn of j Would Mean Their. i! Instead. Ross accompanied the President and Representative

"cruc-1 deception".. Russia's pro- : Senator" Claude Pepper and I the "Little White House" at Key West Like everybody else i Abandoning Gallic Rayburn to Truman Beach and there entered the water until noon.

peal to decrease! the armament'of Governor-elect Fuller Warren I i! thereabouts the President is wearing sports clothes. It was announced at the Little While House that Mrs. Trumanand
the world by one-third. I accompanied by C. V. Griffin. a-; In Southern Ie..
I ( __ I erttn. Miss! Margaret Truman returned last night after a shopping trip
lie made that and other pointed 1 Li large citrus grower in Howey-in- and sightseeing tour of Havana.Mrs. !i to

statements. during an address !" .", .', the-Hills. Florida, who were Work Held I (>. .IS.N ;".-:;.'.::Both Prq .t Jews i! Truman played hostess ata
before thin
!general assembly ,. Repaying Up Senator Pepper. Govcrnoi-i-i"-t.
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guests at a luncheon given yes- and Arabs are opposed to the'
; iuncheon ahoard
which wad considering>> !! the Rus- : thc presidential -
asserted k1. terday by President Truman British proposal: for the division Fuller Warren who was also it I
Stan proposal. Dulles I yacht, the Wiinam&buig. toAmbassador
that the United States cut ifsj i .. /... called at The Citizen office after Lack ResumesTo of Palestine between them it and Mrs. Robert the luncheon told several fund :

aimed forces drastically after thewar > the luncheon for a 15-minute By Asphalt was stated here today. Butler. Ambassador Butler and I stones which the President gitM.:
The British would give thesouthern ''Iy enjoyed.
but to build
was obliged hiv wife snUrtamcd.
talk with Publisher L. P. Art- were briefly .
i. .' : desert to the Arabs and "The reason for my visit was to
them up| again because <*f Rus Mrs.
by Truman and her
II.'* maintaining her armed. : man and members of his editorial To Kiul 4 the western part of Galilee to the daughter. acquaint our next governor with
staff. Jews, according to the plan set the President When I called tin
force* intaxt. ;' \ Of Duval Street; \ST\K \KMEU" forth by the late Count Berna- Both U. S. Senator Claude Pep- President from Jacksonville last l <
In Eastern Europe alone. Dulles 'i'.j Senator Pepper and Governor- and Representative Gl'orgeA.Smatht..rs .
per
dottc. 'Wednesday) night and a..k.'u i
detect of Russia under has a prepontteiancr elect Warren said they would appreciate Whitehead Street I Jews:: arc against the proposal: who were among the him if I could bring Mr/ Wan en
as
Mnpaied men with the arms number The Citizen's informingtheir ; Starts Later because, since then then h=.v. luncheon guests of the President down: to Key West he told ni" to

maintained by the WesternIVwcr friends in Key West that :gained control of the greater part yesterday afternoon declared .1 come on down and be his lure h

.. He used the term "iriesp.nihle" Senator Pepper was due back in After a two-day shutdown: clue 01 the desert, even when uiey afterward that Mr. Truman bears con guests today (Thursday)
'abandon that section of the terri- Key West great affection. "The .
and l an attempt at > Jacksonville at 6 o'clock last to a lack of asphalt the repaving i President today'I..k
"simplification" the stand that work under way in Key \\'<":ottal.tcd tory they conquered since Octo- "Mr. Truman told .one that he : better than he ever did I believe
night to deliver an address. ber 14, the date set by the United intends back here Mr. Truman is
about dis- again this to come whenever a remarkableman.
KusMa now is taking morning.
armament, which, because of' .. Because of that circumstance, Workmen for the Finley Smith Nations for a truce. the opportunity presents itself to have stood up so well.. .

the millions of men she has they explained, it was a hurry-in Company which is dome the i e- ttP" 1 Dr. Ralph Bunche. acting mediator ( for the next four year," said during the recent earn pall:n.
b is still pressing his proposalfor Representative Smathers. "The which really had been going '.n
undet aims would decrease her and a hurry-out trip. They ar- surfacing. were putting the finishing -
\ the substitution of an armistice President said that no one in Key |for months.
strength but little compared with j t .P.IA' rived here shortly before the touches on Duval .street.:
'. for the truce now existing "Vest"made any attempt to bother "The President told me he w, *
kimilar cut made by nations in luncheon and boarded their By reason of the" tourist appeal -
. ", between Jews and Arabs in Pal- him when he was resting and weighing about 172 pounds 'b..l.*
. the Western Bloc. III i iSetictarv ij i Wircphoto plane lor the return trip shortly the foot of Duval street near the '
of State Mai-shall lj'i. aiterward. old Porter Dock, will bo rcpavedright i I-- estine.It that i is one reason why he will !side weight' He certainly is wellI
j PHYLLIS HOCKADAY. 17. ,,, was said Jtiiat the British continue t'l come back here. I set up for a man his age. His> eye
t Senator
due in Washington next Monday r PeppcrjandGgvernor- i to :<> was s edge. it hi '
to intfei with President. Tru- j year-old heiress from Florida elect Warren said they would been decided by the city. Tourists eAt proposal probably will come run StnatoPeaper sari the whole !'< bright end dear and his cotta
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for a decision after the return of wnver&duon at the luncheon yesterday plcxwn is wonderful 11
have made the rounds of the'color'l:1
Key
Marshall's absenceDulles
I man. Dining smiles in the Franklin County i like to watch : rt
Secretary Marshall from the United was i-oKl-natured joshing :, ."1 told him that I thought the
w ill he the head man i intong West together; calling on their boys dive for money from the, .
.. the United State* delegation Juvenile Detention Home at friends. had it not been for the foot of Duval. "fit r, States. !: .tad that no p..ll tl'"al rlisij.s.sions j >unshine in Key West had don
.( ;arty km'i came up. iitm Rood. Then he told mo !I-!,
to 'ht United Nations.Nationalists Columbus. O_ where authori- engagement in Jacksonville four The nextstreet to be rcpavvdis :
luncheon. Tentperutrtres Me curio mat hjv anythmc about ire had a great affection for H i '
after the
-- ties her at the hours > Whitchead. Starting on Front
are holding re r months Senator i' the fl.Hxl) control. program! for ity cf Key West that the pi
quest of hr father. The I'hadn'S or anu many l.oo" rnorclecVan'cn Pep- street. Whitehead will be rcpaei! At 7:30 A.M.. EST i iStitt IFIoiid-i.! os anything eUe thatinterest pie here allowed J him to hive ti-
j I decided what to do with poi as far as Southard street where ,
W' uM Flonduins. said (Continued On Page Eight;
contributorsto
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I were highly : the state paved road ends. i' .
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rl 1 her. "Grandfather going tnc Liti/.cn's: columns. The senator Then, probably the next .streetcovered lon- Temp. 1ft. .
to like this. said Phyllis. She Atlanta 6t:

Conclude j jSuchow is the granddaughter of Robert truly wrote Yours a, column and Governor-elect titled Very will be Fleming.with !asphalt:: Hitlwrd pavement street '...i Wncphold .\ugu.ta:: 71 PRESIDENTS NEWSMEN '

Ausnow.. president of the St. Wal.cn'l.'Olumn was\ hcaucd at-o is to br resurfaced as fit ..,.. Birmingham 62BI
Petersburg Ship Building and t H.U err! r'ijurco. KENNETH CHEATHAM. 19- mark I;;;
Sunonton street and Caroline
; Supply Company. tiovel'nor.elCl.t'arren spoke year-old farm boy of Greenville. Boston 41 t : .
() Victory i from Whitened to Grinm-ll.' Buffalo I RAISING FUNDS FOR
like a man who was running; tor Finally. White street will be '{'- Illinois was namid "Star 44;
I 011 ice in&tcau ot one who had Charleston 71
Charles Goclhe elected. He said he would paved from Eaton to Division. Farmer of America" by the Fu- Chicago 50
Rattle been
After Ten-Day ,
j City officials again warned l
:strive: to his:: utmost to give: Flor- residents about the manhole covcrs ture Farmers of America in Corpus Christi 5. KEY WEST H. S. BAND
lli- Ila e Full (I'.ia an administration. ot which Denver 14
> convention at Kansas City. Mo.
Died (On) Tuesday being! raised in the street to
she may well be proud. He addedhe Detroit 41:
Control: Of Sin-hoM ; would support any projectthat tie rcpavcd. The, aHiscH 1 m< Tha\ title brought him a SI.000 F.I Paso 30 Th" 1".I..r> 'iw; .n-n v\i\ t ar.
j Char les Wesley Goethe, 71. he felt confident would promote tortsts I to di ive carcfullx. foi th award presented by the Weekly Ft. Worth 44 'O.mptn"'t'i Pr,- ...d"r.t Truman t"
Cmnllllllli: i l- In Flight manhole covers are i.usco"1 an inch missed an attack detxottstratii.i..
the interests ot Florida Galveston U Key Wc.-t Wl'hu v this inornine -
Fort Lauderdale. Kansas City Star. 1 .
died Tuesday in the of
technique >
1 H. ..... ,.._1.'... Pr.... after long illness. which is destined to become one 01 more. I Jacksonville 'it raising some: money; fur the covering Actual I
NANKING Nov 19.-A Nationalist a will be held of the most populous states in the --. Kansas Cite 41 wetting of the Key West HighSrhootl ,ininR. warfare eMMiitiwere '/1,
Funeral
:services: produced new
I as :io |I"'
government commun Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Union. I KEY WEST 82 Band to the Orange fowl sible.

ique said today that the Nationalist the Chapel of the Lope Funeral" SMATHERS TALKS ONEUROIE Key West Airport 80' football game at Miami NewYear's "I "It was very mterestu ;." ,01'1 i 1 1I

forces hC.ndud 1 their I Home. Rev. J. B. Reid. of Flomina -I Mrs. Lewis Dies bus..Angeles 0; Day. 1 Jack Beal of Time Majtazin-
Meridian "It will nut brit great amount
Street Metht di.t Church will 37
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at SUt how and have w.nMttidated }
VH-t'Hj but it will bv of the
their gains beyond the officiate. Burial will be t in the 'I Miami .a part ntony., Tomorrow at 9 a. m. (''-'I'I r
TO JAYCEESJose antway.mid: Tony Vaccaro. > f
confines of that city after a ten- City Cemetery. In California !Minneapolis a Si the Washington Bureau. .,f the McFadden invited the aeaJI a.
day battle Survivors Widow. Mr.-. Marie Memphis 47. to 30 over the Sonar: SdIt,1 l lt ..o j
TinGovernment air i f o r c e, Goethe; :son: Charle.. Wesley .. )New Orleans Sit Associated Press. "We appreciatethe witness a general inkpcrtion ..I '
1M.- J W lIattnd! received: TellJunior. 'liaiulx-r: band coming out to Guest
winch played a leading role in Goethe. Jr.: daughter Miss Mary I )New York t5 a parade of the stuff and the .-" .
from Independence. Mo.. Chica Air Hell to mcft M.ttC.tly
the battle is said to be intact. Lorraine" Goethe all of Fort Lau- I Of (:lonniierce 'I liitPeople. 1 I Norfolk $2' I! dents of the school.
this mornins ot the death of Mrs. Barrclo i iI and l Charlev Rr ie*. We
Communists have broken offnrnlat1 derdale.Mr. Oklahoma City 31' The Fleet Sonar &:ht,1I -. "
Daniel LCXVI&, who died Mondayat think then tcM.Tvc the trip. far
with the Nationalist out- I G-jcthe was a retired locomotive I .* Of l EnroM'' Omaha a. I graduate a class of student t
130 p. m. in Vallejo. Cahol'ma. | they haw b 'C.Wrv met to theewsruen
ts.Dopite. engineer and lived in I Died This i Pensacola 72' i morrow. They l later will be -
[ where she Morning' I
was visiting:: her I : while wv haw been>
what may be considered I' Key'e t until eight years ago son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and \f""U Slartin;: I Pittsburgh 4Roanokc ,. herv." turned to ship duty, tu u>>- rrr ,
as a great victory. Americas : when" he moved to Fort Lauder- Mrs. Albert Corum. J.n.-/ L.neel... fir. died this 47. actual practice what they !I/ I,

are still being evacuated dale. He was on the run from I Mrs. Lewis wa.in charge, of Aftvi miking; MMi-eli! i-i\i i ime morning III the ;Momov County I St. Louis Gut' Tl>i., ",..,, ... Ihntw.,. .ii.fiiw ed in the schoolPALACE
(Ton tinned On Page Eight: ) Key West to Jacksonville with the the music and choir at Ley Memorial the Kin: opem situation. !1..1(I llospit! after ., short 11Inc.,. I Irl'rwr..1 | San Anton 4.S..n <-i. :.ue..t.' -f C-.t.t l nr A G WM --- -- --- --
F. E. C. Railroad for many \'eu:: '! Church while residing night hcfmc the Kl'YV.t ..funi : M-ivice.1 will be held I) FI'"nc'IM' 48 < /f..rlri.! : -11 t'SN..vnnmandnie of

New: Airmail While in Key West he resided at here in 132.J:) She was a composer: :: ir Chamber of Cctfnmerc'. Rep tomorrow afternoon J: o'clock in Seattle 4fTallahas : finer .it th- C S Klit Son..i. THEATER
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I Pearl and Pine :streets.: He was:: a icj-cntativc George A.' Smathn ,
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the f the ,, ,
of music Chapel <> LopeFuneral e c ;.n,1! ti- -tlv : ?fh.- -r- of th
member of the Brotherhood of i Funeral, ill be held at Independence left here. today for Daytona: Brarliwheie :: tin nc. Rev. F. J. Kness. of St Tampa i.i: h .-.i '. .. Gene Autry and Smiley Burnt''"

Schedule( At I Locomotive Enginei-i.- !Mo. next Monday aft- he is scheduled to speak Mary's Star of Ihi Sea CatholicChurch. \, Washington. ti;; TI! vi' ,,u j, ,u,1> fin ..'ah tl,. "<:M.OUMXJ !SI >: !SKI

tonight. will officiate. Burial !j 1--- .. ..
.noon. I .1 .in; [I" t. ern.t' th-
NEWS
and SHORTS
Smathi-is who n the !Mom\ IKlouniv will be in the family plot in City ] 'l.tll! ..I--. ,'- I.J, Tt.i .\ "t
IAl'fII'.0.( !! New BATTERIES for all Cars icpie.cntttivc I ; :n ConSt Cemetery !:! See Hr. IF il1i"1WATCHMAKER --- --

FOR SALEI FOR SALE! j c.s. told the JH.VCCO thai livmteondition. : SuiViVor.Son.. Antonio Carmet. i i
the : Guaranteed for lit Mtmtli- in Ftonechalt ..m.! ". diuchter. Mrs Helena La/.o. :'
)Neu ii uial hcdulcd in ,
Ki-v Wr.st post office will co into ROY'S Good Used Cars (;elll1..n.1. (.' \i\: 'I.S..i.ml lti.ii' I !.er.bur.:. Fla. and l one grand SCHOOLBRADY'S Fine Tackle FOR SALE FOR SALE

rfletl on Sunday. November 21.1 i)|, KEY WEST AI 11) I'AISTS 'I (Continued I On Paue: Eight;; ,-hilPALACE .jI ,(1/2 Jlural Sfrvefew.w..w. Fishing '7cHUt. 2DOK(

with two mails daily. 121 DuTal Street Phone 442 TWINS GARAGE I Very CleanNAVARRO.

The first airmail closes at the i! Thompson Enterprises Inc. Inc.
Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer FRU SAT. SUN. and MON :
post office at 8:30: a. m. and the i------ TELEPHONE 169 1 I OV.. .......' Hardware' Division-Phone 886 I lpp.oiteBu.. SI..t:, r.RAUL'S .
second; at :> I 13 pm j! i 2Q-21-2Z
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ADU TS 35c 60c

[ Tropical Hotel ;r STItlTMt TELEPHONE LUMBER 816 YARD Key West Woman's Club I. aP3i--.l3.cr.b''rf ._ CHOICE- "POULTRY SPC AL THE BOULEVARDBY CLUBON


Formerly she Jefferson Hotel .4 FOOD SALE I i THE GREATEST STORY v 1214 Whit SUMt Phon. 5401< SEAFOOD OF ALMOST ANY THE AIRPORT

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114 DUVAL STREET I ; O \ \ Briny Deep SIGHINGFOR
alllrllaflernuun GO\\; YOU at 10.00 P.M. TO 2:00 A.M.
: MIAMI KEY WEST I _
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at I 1:1H> oT.lmkCLUBHOUSE \ POOR OLD CRAIGSERVICE Featuring the
i BARGE LINE. Inc. :- \ i\\ "It .
Noy. 18th : ,; STATION DEBONAIRESAdmission.
CLYDE-MALLORY DECKS '

.. \euly Redecorated i TELEPHONE Sext '''i' ,.\-\ \G\ .......... ...nun.-. ---C.Ml4 Francis at Division Phone 9134 SOc: Per Parson

Comfortable Rooms \ Barge l.eavet 319 DUVAL STREET .. -._ .o.w..BENDIw[ 'JREVOB[ B 8ItKfORD i ''LET t..r T Ptitb TC Grease(HIOrator Spray or |: I DOOR I PRIZE.Club( 1 S1G.iOItatli'S PHONE'

t Nice \ Miami. Situ.. ,\01'. 21 ., .. LJO: Change Your Oil NATURALLY!! t2l?
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il Jlir( i\ry West
P.hushed LAily Eicept Sunday by I Pr t.
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-.. IP.. 'KT""%. ......... a.4 Y.at4aer If one man is dishonest does that I Charity By The Associated
s *4SMM U. IMTMAV ../.._ Ma.sKrTti &.. j ,
'W The .'liii.. ItulldlneOrtwr another to be dishonest'The At Home PROGRAMS b
I .;re n. .rnt Ann' $tr.. ts justify man I NETWORK
... ItlT iMily' N.-. ..,*p. r in KyVvt and doesn't know whether i l Time n eastern, sattda..d. ......C... I
tt"avf f u'itKrjf > Citizen or I J "Dear" said Mrs. Blake, "I'' teal standard subtract one h.ur.tan.hours. for
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.w01iK1 .
J."It"'at \\.st. Florida, as -.:-ona class matter not Representative: J. Parnell Thomas j is I think I'll! appear in the charity m"U'' standard, local sta.o" cMngt i

how. What do NlSomeay' to tat local achsdwlss.Last .a
Ml:MUCH ... Ti': 1++iN I 'T'U PU':.1 you think people door .1 cans
..........ated 1r..r. I.. r.,'Iu..h..ly entitled tn guilty or innocent of the grand jury indict- I would say if I wore tights L mute program cnanges
..-- *.r 1'...r>.d.eia..1 all ..... Uivpalrhra credited that he not be ftcluded.
_. i. ..r 1 Kt rtlM-rmt. .1'.1, in (This paper andI.Mke ment against him. charging received i Without looking up from his 1 1paper

81.. heal. peas pwklrhrd. here.Ln' "kickbacks" in government checks Mr. Blake dourly repliedThey'll : FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 I

... ..... .. probably say I married'
.a. ""( U .1. U'T.: office
Year .....___... U I!00.s that were sent to his or supposed you for your money." '! Evtaikfl
.)1..11. ....... ._ '.eo in his office. i 6:0: -""." It'i-rt IS MIn.-_be
.41.t. )1..1.. __._.__. ._ 10( employes \. Sit "Kvrry Day-cb
M ,. "ll....t (Houl-&bo- a. t
wlh Law TODAY IN 'work
HISTORY
a \ ;.... ; .. -- '.:....::.:::=:= Westbrook Pegler pegs away at dishonest j h -..InI". "-ur (repealab.weste

;.. Al/iFNTl"1113 NaTFaUa4. : men and The Citizen agrees with (Knew America) j' ......k Hour Silent IrepeatlmbsnslIIiit.ISprt. ((1 hrFmhs4K5.ddl.s

: ......... .." A.'J. his righteous indignation again them. But 1794; -Historic Jay treaty with i : ,7' Muntc TUtieaba1I I
.. Your 0.nee-eba
-. 'PK( I'I. MiTH I: in the Parnell Thomas case he tries to England first definite apphca.- ]iI byb iI 0 4 ......M-as t by Thrnhe
VII 1 adlBC !>..II. .-'. ar.l.f thank, resolutions, tion of principle of arbitration in .nt.Ih Thum.ia (repeat 11>-cb.
*f r. i.ltujr* H..M.pinmil.. .! ... will toe smooth things which leads The I basacD
: over international disputes. I Cluh- -
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far the -
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nh.rgerl ratf.f 11. rents a HmNril" .
:-::.. '* f..r r..t.mtatnment." l.v ,-hurch. ". fromfch Citizen to believe that Peeler k a Republican : Il 1C63: President Lincoln's immortal -J ; as r .... ,IJelU., .f'II f".m"nl..rTallej. .kitcbsx.
aHwi-nu .
IH f. I- dented| .irti; .nb a line. 4f ; .
Gettysburg address. i i186i $ iif :41i j. Ii' 1 Litt "' J'-mhs
Thel'Itu.a I U .in .fri it.rum and monies dinorh.a too. He said Thursday in" writing of .
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r.. ..( .."I.'". i- .r. ..n., .uhjl.. i>f local or l' --WiftisrWs Bay do. ?Irans: 7:1:>-'oorW" .w.j (- .m >rnt- .
ra-...l intt-. '1.0, it will ,,"t uili-h. in..nym..u the Thomas case : firs its holdings .I'ok n"lh "10.1.!
p mruxi. rt .n. tmpire-size to i laity (:'rI11IICItaryaD0UiiI.mr .

-- "The kickback pay has been common Canada. Lateoohs7:30I'henootbxanb0

practice in Congress for decades" 1903-Carry N'atiun, fiery Kansas )1:1.'. Cn.-l:' I.htD.a:
prohibitionist, comes to j i..ae., Udiicrr Lirani.i aoa
Let us assume that it has been com- Washington. H .iry J. Taylor-ml>s .

(l194'\) mon practice in congress since the found- 1916-Ruth Law breaks all 7c ;\t\n 5-News UroJcan-cli.C..mm.lIt-nbe,
L:1R .
records flying nonstop almost "1-0" Is C.IJ'.t-mb.
jog of the country, it is stealing: from the 1 700 miles. ':00_fa"l' salts\ Eand-nb.
JacK Carson Show-cbs:
: nonetheless. 1917 President
government! Wilson's proc- J-'..t Man.; / Lot.l..clhe-ahC
|tarnation requiring alien enemiesto 4" w't.Oh"lo,' .",rat 1'13) "auenea-IUL, ,
Qr does Pegler think that because it register. j.jO: Jimmy Duraato Soo.lIb.r. *

has been common practice' for decades it 1941 National Workers Alliance THIS AIRVIEW of the waterfrcn- and !'alhoaI: rds tt Jersey Cily. N. J" shows piles of export- 1 1York's I Tn; .s awl Is F.U.l.Jane lI.anw-abO'ce-<:ba >

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I. bound supplies which cannot be leaded on snips otcause: cl the AFL longshoremen's strike. New I..a.o !It t.. "l8-utl4
in any way exonerates Thomas assuminghe engaged in unemploymentrelief : nb.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN dissolved. Mayor William O'Bwyer says he has r:_eived assurance: from union that food and fuel t 8:35-Hy Gardner Say'boW-hbct
: is guilts'It 9.03-Kddie Cantor
I 1942 U-boats active in the supplies will not be affected Ithe strike which has tied up East Coast ports. I The Friday Tlater-etaJriak
has been I > the Bank-alJC
common practice to pickpockets North Atlantic. II
UalH-icI Smatter. Cunmient-1OD.
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1. More Hotels and Apartment ( ever since man has worn pants buts I 1944-$14 billion war loan ---I ,:t}-News Broadcast-rubs

2. Beach and Bathing Payilioo that excuse" for a man to pickpockets drive begins. RUNAWAY PLANK IIALTKI I\\'ITII POLICE) ;.IW! HUE I dO-Rcd Sfc lton Show-t b
any 1945 The Shoot. u.-.ma-abc
8. Airport*-Land and Sea. Truman asks Congress ._ _._ _. ... __-- .. ._ Jlamptvu "''b.-.b..
.{. Consolidation of County and ? to act at once on his five-point .n ':5!>-Kive Mmut porl-abo

City Government A crime is a crime regardless of how health and social welfare pro s I seas fw i Yinutee-abs
O.CJ: -1-ife of Hiley-Bbc
: 8. Community Auditoiium.MONOGUAril gram. ... ...... .
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man times it has been committed. Resides .ro. FIa I eJU.MIKT ha
19-4G More than -
110,000 leave i : A: Si 1..rls.-ab4
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The Citizen regards stealing from the government coal pits iis John L. Lewis keeps: M".t the Pressmba10:30Itlil
\ Talks! nhoS.kt
silent on court strike ban. ,.....-,,' Stern -- "
ju-t as grave a crime stealing | J."n.-s Ittvae;"!<" >
l>at.,.in: Tin. -a>t>
from an individual. Indeed, The Citizen The courtship of the New Mex- I 10:4>-I'ro and C..o-a1.O

regards government theft as equivalent to I can duck is a graceful performance ll.OO( --.s\tws.1 X.I-L!,-. ..r ty. Hour 2 brs.--a cbx be:

Itnur. Tlt-atlt-M : rifling taxpayers' pockets. taking place in the water .. \.w: ]. L/..nee iund 2 hr..-robs
and in the air. But the male i is ,1.1$-.News \amiy to I-Jibs:
How lonely ami I.ejected l must the ,
"Oh it's government money-what'she among: the drabbest of American V 00-J-MI., N; Cv..lanueabc'.en
: he considers: 'I __ __
.liticul irrafttr feel when I n
jo| difference?" i is a fallacy that onlv lowbrows drakes.:

liis:. .iL.. ; itiuii in a clean and decent should declaim
blatantly. Finally,
I Subscribe to The Citizen. Saturday SummaryT
w.JM it should be repeated that one man's; T is eastern standard. Far
'.entrat! standard subtract one hSuror '
THE: ORACLE stealing doesn't justify another man's, I LEGALS mounta'n standard two ........
'

I tealing. IN Tilt: ( 01 VI.I Jl U4.1:?* I 411 HT.N SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20
\ NII K4IM WON Mitt: < < IVIt.
PUERTO RICO'S PLAN I- ,. Mornig
uliIII IS "UUK' ":
Health is '
an asset to everybody except I. lip Famatr: ...fI '.00-Mind: Tour Manner*-nba

the medical and medicine men. 'L\'i : r. t\I.KY.: I Il. Shuppcrs Sl"'oial-a..
.
= Ixfrawd.MlTIO I 9:1i-Barnyard I'-o&les-cb.: :
There'H been quite a to-do in the pub- : tlK fll.lM. I'f41. H.-: 9:3O-Coffee. In \'ill5tunjttollbe

-Jic print of I late over Puerto Itieo's drive To those seeking an advertising I Pus.as a 1r1.1.111'lu5'" 'Nei:. "UHItl" E n .. d !I -Ozark Valley: Folks-Bibs
To .\I.L Wlto.\1 IT )1.\\ i.N'FRN: :i -.Mary Lee Taylor Tk-nba
:....: .1. .. .. .. '. .oj
r .err .rt. 1 1':4
Uartxrr Clul.housocbsAmerican :
Ho bring continental industry to the medium we suggest: The Key West Citizen Noiice i* h..I.> iin all per- Red
"'nthat, I. Ruth iair.: | The. uhderaiceed WUxphoto Jaz.-abo:
HUtuI Mini so brtwden the base uf its which provides the most economical and .:"....ulrh ..f the KMutv of ) -Ruaiance Dram_ba I I
}lam 4'. Ulry.. .- til. dwOh l 11OO-Meet the Meek_nbe
..cu umy until now largely dependent on most extensive coverage of this trading the ll..n..ral>lr Ka m..nd II. A FEW MINUTES BEFORE this picture was m.-ds.;: the P 51 Mustang fighter: plane was roaring News; Let's Fr. tend. -cb* S
....r..!. County Judge wf Al..nr<... Abbott .c Conteio: -abc
.ufnr.|/ Recent emphasis! has been on the area-it is indelibly recorded and not lost; .....nt>. KlorMa, m.\ final. report a.aid in circles on the ground at Stout Field in IndU napolis. Ind. with a dead National Guard pilot Movie; Juiz Sltow: -mbs11:3O
.:\....utrls and huv.al..>-.> made ia the cockpit. It had collided on the runway with another Mustang fatally injuring the pilot. -Smiling Ed JrColln.l1-abo
textile industry which for many years has in the desert air.SCIENTIST and filed. with said JuranLA-. il: .B
I Bonnsr. A the to halt
i.w f..r may die. barer u- -aid. K\-: Cap Phillip state policeman finally brought runaway plane a by shooting Toe. Teea Cluo-nib*
Tl.ren u.. the move from New England: to the eutrix: furlhrr. that *.n .Xltn4lu> off its tires with a riot gun. Aft....._
IJooftIllI>..r IJ. IHS.! IIr a> v. .u ihtrjharic --
noV congenial, industrially: atmosphere SAYS SOVIET RIGHT. afrr a" 1 ran I.e b...rd. I .III apply 12:00: -Theater, of T'Jday-cba
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I. the said ,'ounl : Junior
Judge 1..1'
) uppr.val -
JM the Miuth and southeast. Chinaware Campus Salute: -nibs
and ,
.f sal'
a i* aame Far, utriK i..r of the( ..:_.di--..... 40-\1-( : Ili \MKIMCTIM I : HKTIK.NS; i "H-ILL }'(/(! ....UII.,.:? 12:3O-Frank Merriwell. -nboOran.1
The British '
artificial, flowers, electrical products. physicist P. M. S. Black- .. .'. ., .. Central Drama-eta
f Horn <; Iv\. ..dn<-.. ->.-d... ,,. ___ .____. ._ n h___'._mu__________ _____ Aoterican! .JUe.-abf:
loamam K.W .1. 1. ii15th
ett has been awarded the Nobel .t. < .
leather r among ..., .f N..teub-r. 1'04' r !:\i Stile t:00-Farre :and Home-nbo

*al'IlnitiINHln.| (lh-, ics. The award is based upon discoveries .,,.. t.u..h IU'TIIL".f the ":-1.;".... ...r x wz fi e I i Iouaty. Fatr.li.:.(-rviews,lotscbsLuarhenn .-aba

: Economists: and lovernment l leaders which contributed to the solution of "..rr ,'. "" '. .1.." .....1 -11.1 1 afraid thiit new book I S.i17It.. 11*}ride-rubs
,
ii t'-.".d. ;-1., J" a f t:30--Ed ?ommaun. Talk-nboj
atomic problems.It tK-.t.: ; trying to launch im'tnt1g the and. Tale \J"I '&-<>Us
.Ai111-rm&Cbl'd '
| | realistically in energy j .
: '
tip hive -le. T' 0. Auuuum dabC155Report
{}: : any "
making 1Till: 'IH( ( IT nn I
UT UK TNT
:VJ'utrrtit I Iriro. full and is interesting to note that on Kur..p._bbijtiMrli
thorough ap- the KI.K: ; KXTII: JDli U. I 1114 I IT -\'1110n..t""
; Fwthan (: -
j ratsal of its resources in climate, limited British scientist recently wrote a book say- 4 MONHOKT>K -'LOHIU I1511\. KOK -It hasn't bton ru,bid ..n tome I 2 > With 'Lopes-obo
...
Stars over l.ll ud-xbsM.laUu
M. ..u* nuterial.-i but within low-cost ship- ing that Russia was right in rejecting I'H \\t'IIII.N.. II-3U5.: J ulaf"Your I I ..-. It..)i thut>-abt:

FI\:' an. ?
accenH of t>essentials and American plans for atomic control. This ..
lit-iybt many : an Kit \XI''':''': lrsS4i. his ails ; : I Fuotlull UAIUV- Lo

-4>:l>u4Hlant and easily trained labor force. viewpoint is entirely out of line with the lni-l I., ...r..ind...!"and.1 iu n- -\-|...Iniii.I.riainttii l.r liurfxcuiteFRIDAY. I 8 0 Take-To a Ue,AnnoiiiK-ed... .' -, nbc rart

Ii reover, it atlde-.i a "man-made" re- current vogue of thought, both in the 1 -. SIrnl'I:01': 5:20.-;M.ike' tt.ivr io.th->..I.luk..1 >s
\v M %,TKMl.r.; NOVEMBER 19. 1943!, \ I'l." ...,,-auC
l'urrr through enactment of a tax abate- United States and Great Britain and one MAItK M t.CIi.V'.t I u-. re.lutc.. forceui Tae Sir (0' d., n ,i.,-raatI.
.. TiKiay gin a -
1 lMrnd.ilit .
"jueitt 'rotfram assuring liberal "take, wonders what made the British scientist :' a. spw'I..I1" It. Uh" I I
,.. ." industrial reach his conclusion. .. hoar.will: be motet reckless and
.|. pay fur : investors in the1t.rttl "ra.1 10 \lrl"r..f the tln..1 d roe I t
( .rrclanurr. ... .....'..1...... ntered III pc4\ i! tii; ,-<' lM.rn as thv day atnces ..
| 4if profits free of taxes. Because of the tremendous impor- .that. ..ertam eau.r prndlnk In 'h. s '\i''! lx'! more pliant. The whole" I
ir.-uit .'."1'1 ..f Ihr Kle\emh Judi, Your Grocer SELLS That Good
|Ilreaui.u it rvcugnizeil its limitations tance of finding a solution to the atomic ."n',," nt Florida, in and. i..r lily, h..w..epr..nlbt..." succei.

'.d trrrihll''. agriculture and other natural energy impasse which now ties up Russia \\.1 "...... ).-.Sint t'aw).No.1ft ll-.w('ban.-r.i. in. who belut h: \, w STAR BRAND

I Frank J. I .,, ; It I" the Ijirvae 01 n.otho--not
and Fran.- .
i.wourcw, Puerto Rico: : granted all new in.Jh"n and the Western nations in hopeless disagreement Kus. ; \ AMERICAN
!
_j I :1,1-:: wif.l: \ Frank J. Uus'm.' her 1 tilt adult milk'i -which cab COFFEE
Ii.i.and;: and next friend, are rs wYar. > l
** !and ome already established en'rourayerrtent we will keep our eyes open Maimills. and Mark M \'uand < !i'lth They come hum eju- [ and CUBAN

through tax exemption: under I for any discussion, in the or on the \lilona. bull). his.. '"If.-. FlonOa. Industrial ". ""n h the ir-,ths lavs in clothing -Try A Pound Today_
prps Cumnii Mwn an agency ..I :.J i U.Mth..- cloth us tht-i. food.
< ..r1-'il. tunditions. The tax holiday covers I air. of the views of the British !scientist.It s.the.... .,.tat..f.f .\m..r"'a.Florida a w.rrrISnt and l InitodhiBli.t ). .. 1 tt

41- terror-year period from 1117 when we find them expounded, we will according ..ro. defehdantl, '" ill "C''r for .ale t .
.
uudii a' public .uto'n 1. Ihr
initial (legulatiuti was enacted, until 19":>9. to our editorial custom, pass!': them and h..st l tdih-r lor r.i.xb. .
athf front door "f the ii.urthousein
?JkiHl-trivrn complete freedom from income. along 'f"r the be' efit of our readers. M..nr."ouaty la the 4iiy of L Z1!
Er> \\Vvt. F'l.rida.n th.ih Hay
t !oral municipal taxes includ- .d Is-i-niber .
nipvrir or : .t. n. 194' Iwtw'rnthe .
.. .... _
hour.i.f lf.4>'' ..-.-...-" .\. Jl. and a .J "' >= 1
iug divideiul or profit payment to stock- The states that have barred the Com- :2:IHI ..-l.n-k I'. M. th.- -auie l.. intr '. ., ',
munist ( .. l legal' >-..1. -. "., and! th.I.last.II \ "
1foeklera. After 1959 there is a three-year Party from the ballot are Alabama, h.ur-.i vie. IS.li.wiac d--..rib
I
of decreased Arkansas Illinois Kansas "I pr.M-rty. situate in th. 4'<>uulf > OTTO BUEHRING (right. 71. an amnesia victim for 40 years
..t1t.1it. gradually exemptions Ohio Okla- I M..nr<.r and state ..f Pl..rni.i. t.m .-
is re united with his wife. Henrietta at Tampa. Fla. Injuredin
il
.J..n.lfr the tax; holiday< law. homa. Tennessee and Wisconsin. Florida "
I ...
the Ideal f s .k l.-Ui.d. a Chicago accident in 1908. he wandered through the wet
nut vet. KL.rid.i. and linic Lo..- Klr\n ,
ltjritu HUM: can make these '
conee.sjf 11I'.T..h.| 4i:> and Tkirt- as a prospector until he recovered his memory recently. He

.owj because wf the special tax situation i.nr' 1411. a.....rdrub 1.. :join found his wife had married again and had become a widow in ',
Ere.t u"dh i""m ..( .
; :-ihatexieta there since the ordinary L. S. THE MAN WHO WONDERED Sim-k Islaml.' .......,.....a re purr,...rd...e.. his absence. They have not decided whether to re marry.
,n flat IWi.k I at Pa1... of
-tuttittte. tax regulations do not apply. It has the 1-.iklk' R..rd.of Monr. I -- -'
1 .'.. I : :
Inuthority to make its own tax laws which Once upon a time there was a man the saM.nly. ,.Flunila..-......1',,.. ",. af.-rxiHl In.- Canned corn and caned t.tma- ;I It is not Rt'cfx-ai: v f. p: i II k tini

jai who lived in inic ....hI ... ,,,'1,1).iol We.1'.-..: toes I I may be combim-ii U> ::uikta i skin of ,'jfl.! duck or UIXI.MKfoie
runny instances are comparable" tt> then a town and spent all his It Is required I.) the final I d!.-. roc' I' I .
I in siij,! eauthat hearty: supper SOUP fl.i.c.i, with or du: In;.. 1".1 ttd.: : 11" 'uiuil f:,'
un> per- -n other I
.'dt-ral) regulations. money away from home.: lie was :sure that than thplaint it fs (..r either .f'Ih. I.' salt pepper and ba--l i \< .1 I lit l IU'h: lout tii.m: 'f! Ill! '. -K-. .n 1' ftoIpI

f he could l take ..01 -.rin&. tu lM--unie a didderat tie I II k..d !But I '. .
care of himself and that his scraped oni .n n. \" .1 ; : i I JM i' "t
.wh sale shall' l.r r.-Uir.d I
I | 1. |
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS town didn't need anything I .HrM .tt with Ihr Ulnlersigned SinI I I[crisp crunibieti,. c."ki. d l t t.n : ?1 .1. .i I. '. toII'.t'' ..1!" t t. -I l,, 't\\,< : .i
I P ) from him. Ml Master prior .to the date of su.'li 'j I it is availabk-! toe t... Ix. ; 1".u""' .
r After few -01-. a.hirr's .. a. "I'' .u..1 '
his
a years business wasn'tas funds of the I'll It.Hi !Swat,. in the 'I i- ..

;. :. RUSSIA: i is tying up the recovery of keen as he had hoped it would be. his I amount I th.tlara.' vf> earnest T... Hundred that -u. h ttr.mwal p?.-r...n ,]! r de
I
lS:uroll But Russia hasn't a thing to gain friends didn't seem to think he was quiteas w ill make. "..M| his, bid n .-asr ,.f''c IM.
its .. -ptan. e. ant -... h person !! GALEY MEMORIAL\ \ HOSPITAL"KEY
1.\ the change/ in our .wn National political important as: he thought he was and other than the. plaintiffs <..r .11..1" '
of thm i* required I.. .pipl.t.. ,. WEST'S ONLY
PRIVATE HOSPITAL"
Condition. All .parties and all good I I trade seemed to flow by his doors. his ,.i.. within five 45): dux.s after ;!
suck male l.y dep..sftiii. ,
with the
*
:,aitiZe en4 in the United States are going to The man began to watch his competitor Master' the l aUBiof his; hid in Enlergfarev Rnnni Srrrifi. :! hours.. I />' yO

TtP Russia-even if we have to do it in I who was an intelligent :advertiser a o.h.ca-hier'K one ch pm-run..-hor rnrrenl 4..IID"fnn.ls"u'h<.f I I Kvsiilent l'li\icitin In .ttti'iitknm, ; FOR HOME or

rough way. Russia has been trying to : contributor to the public purse a man anxious '. a I lie suns surd,ful State.s bidder and' max sot imiiir.liatei lieionjin '; i:' Day and \ii c'htOiit1'alient ,

.4.Muff Jhe World. It can't be done. All wevairtinrt to give his time and thought to community l\.ile after re.-ci\e. the :n I.al'"u'h>.\.rnmeni .of..,.hio such r s 'I I ; ( Unit :{-ft I'..)!., Doily; COMMERCIAL USEWe

r r -+ of this: ioa peaceful settlement projects and a believer in the fact .-Ikm-k l-r..I>..'.rt)current Ix lin funds sold ,.u..)...-, t.. :<' Except On S /iiriy/ timl Siiinluyr.'t .

_nd we are making every effort to outlaw that it pays to keep money at home. th- right to of redeem the.. Tnited from States saidale.,rAmerka (: fii4ciMbitralnry! will \-Rnv Facilit'iv* Are Prepared To Furnish You With

-M-ar* and restore peace to the World. If After noting all these factors, the man Uhla Further one vrovi.-fc.li year *from..f such date final of ...d.I .1....-. THIS HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR Clear, Pure> CUBES or CRUSHED ICE:

Swear, comes to worse, we have a little continued to wonder why some of his old | aiwrtain rrre rrlaiinc from lu ..u.-5 lue darer sale .may ahkh be MATERNITY MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CASES

:Tbtodus message that can be sent customers went to the I> ..n file ia the otfhr.f the 1'lerk
on aIL newcomer and why .

::- i..n to Moscow.Scientific almost: everybody had the idea that he 1..1 1-ate.l in I>.*I"h'ir.this nit I.Court..tli day! of N.;<.\rllllM-r.' : GALEY MEMORIAL\ HOSPITAL Thompson Enterprises, Inc.ICE .

was a tightwad but that his f-, Jrl.n's .. KTi NK Jr.. DR. JULIO DE
: competitor as 5p..iat )darter in .-.......ery I' POO. Director: (ICE DIVISION)
sampling of public opinion was a public-spirited leader of J W. csxsn. ,
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community.1 .. 417 Fa NO. 8
"" r8t'y for HUiMtff. : kill Strict Trlc-plumr! 611 KEY WEST. FLA.
an..t reeo>rni/.ftl at the "nib, life II X:' C. Jr4 S L. !oJ...... no4iI .
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BY EMILY NOBLE
.. ......... Informalio for the Advertisers4TR

FOR RRGCI.tH ... ratrxs.r
Chapter 2 Pat held her gail in his big arena BLACKFACE; TTPKAdvertisement Payment for clarified advertisements

A LOT of people rived on the so long, strong, and tattooed. under thli bead retfuUr is advertiser invar'ablj with In adtsnce ledger. but..*_
will be inserted In The Citizen ai ruunts may have their adterd
block and most of them tried JOE managed to get close to the rate of if a word for each In.rrtinn .lent. rharved.I'tULtlAIIO'V.
at some time or other during the and relatively alone tut the mifimomhar*. for i UKtlll.llt I
the first 13 word or lets U See. To insure
evening to squeeze their way into with her for the first time all evening The rate for .... ...* f>re Is 3e a i be In The Citizen piblltMtlnn.nfftc cop before trust II
Mrs. Monahan's flat to see the It wa in one of the little I I I! word and the minimum rn.rge for o'rlork in the morning of the day
bedrooms that connectedparlor ]; lb. first 1* word U 43.. I of publication. '
happy girl who was going out to | and dining room but were littler .

California to marry a millionaire ; ore than an enlargement ot a pAll s

and wish her luck. halt idvertUIn !. accepted wader the following rendition: In the
"I '1 vent tf error in advertising, transient or The .
haven't had a chance to tell ntr:1C't Citizen will tretpontlble >
Mrs. Monahan was a mode: you how glad I am darling." ante f.r th. tint insertion In f'lauiMed .%.......'*/... and la I
hostess because she just sat and She looXeJ at him r.ouly. Itlxplay AdtrrtUInc for only the aoual amount uf space occupied by the
part of the advertisement where the error o<-iur..
r.joyed her own over "Do that Joe "
parties you mean s . . . r - .
vhtlmingly. Everyone else did "With all my heart" He swallowed - - - - - ,
the the lumo in his throat. hit FOR SALE-sTORE FOR
work acted as if he 01 she SALE-USED CARS
will be wonderful for )ou. AnJ
owned the place, and had an for him I| EQUIPMENT

equally good time. Theie were She sighed and laid a soft haJdagainst 1
lines, of demarkation in the railroad I his cheek. )I i Six ice boxes good condition. :, condition. $;25.00. Apply
flat. Mrs. Mcnahan at in the "I've been rotten to you, Joe. I '1 SI 5.00 each. New Charles HI5 Pine. Phone 25.
know I have. It wasn't fair to Hotel. nov 17-3txI
parlor and so ladies tended to v novl5-6tx:
treat you like that I should have i l I _
father there. The exp. tan t told )0.J." i
groom's picture was on the mantelpiece He grinned. "How could you tell !! Huscmann reach-in refrigerator 1939 Plymouth 4- oor M'dan.p
and the honored guest me till you knew He only sent 1; 27 cu. ft. Phone 156-J. ply 714 Bakers Lan .

was there too. But the dining for you today, didn't he?" nov8-3t nov8-3tx
room and kitchen at the real were He took her face between his i I :: tNew
hands and kissed her lightly -
popular too. Tnat the
freshment center and wa what is re a the lips. "That's goodbye, good Restaurant .;uve. complete with -98". Futuramic OldsmobileLess
I i party without refreshments? The luck. God bless \'ou.nothe!' one grill. Cheap. Apply 651 William than 1,000 mile Lilpuce.

men at least were frank after of the fifty million songs I can't ''i Street' nov8-3tx Aquarium. Phone 701
having wished Rosalie all the luck I >im;. You're going out there to be '' novl82ixFOR
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in between the world.Ninth Men anJ are Tenth practical Avenues evething Bally happy B-jUa's and-and rifcht.to have This i j![ Used bollo niaclHne largo e-Iec-

-and usually this sty. block is a slum and you aon't belong I>,' trie meat grinder new pie and SALE-TRAILERS
j! here. cake fhow ca>e. Two Sisters
shell"Sure when the time comes I .l/oi king!)', B la asked Bella appeared as if she had Cafe 707 Duval Street 1941 house trailer bottle
dance her way right into, gas
been called
or perhaps, standing
Heaven" Pat Bulger said and ".1m I br, ak II'/ ut alcrs. near enough to hear every word. I.i novl9-2tx stove. electric brakt's.V.. G.

lasses were raised to drink it lIt" 't She put a hand on her hip. I irnett. Gulf Strttm Trail:

down. "Am I interrupting a pas-rion- FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS P lrk. novI7-3tx
Pat Bulger was host at the rear ,i ate. lingering farewell?" -
of the flat even if it was Joe who was out of work along with mil "You are." Overseas Hotel low rates. Coffee
Uniity trailer. t00
16 .
x tires. I.censf.
made sure nobody went hungry. !lions more. There was a little Joe said it bluntly but Rosalie -
I bar.
Pat sat on the dining room table!I money saved up. so it was used 'reached out and caught her arm. shop. nov2-25t f13.00. Apply Home

and sang "The Rose of Tralee" in ': for doctors to_ save him from I, There was no fartner chancefor SUrkit') nov l7-It
pneumonia I Mrs. Monahan FOR RENT APAR1MENTS :
his sweet, clear thin Irish voice a quarrel -
that came so surprisingly from his I So Pat Bulger had stayed had called loudly: from the parlor that j AND ROOMS {! FOR SALE-BOATS
giant frane and thick, muscled ![ gotten well slowly hai finally i Rosalie was wanted and right j jI I i AND MOTORS
throat. |I I I gone e/for work. He gave some I! away. It was Bella who called out I The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming
board until Tom Mona cheerily."I'll .
Pat was even at ordinary I her. > Street, has an efficiency apt. Gray marine engines and service.C.
the most popular man times'l han died leaving nothing to his bring Coining right .
I quietly i and several sleeping rooms vacant R.
block though he hadn't been family; then he had tossedhis along Smith opposite Firestone
there nor had any of his J> savings into Florrie Monahan's And it was Bella who did sweep Low weekly or monthly ;I Station Marathon. novl-lmo
He said he was from tQPle.1 I I lap and said "I owe you this" Hej I her into the crowded front room. : rates. nov l-tf

nobody knew. If so he never went i j I had suppoitcd the house and Joe slowly went back with the i I
there or got .ny mail or indeed !I pushed Joe through high school men. They shouted for food. Pat Mcicuty outboard motor 16 h.p.
wandered far from the i whether he liked it or not. He I]clapped him on the back heartily. '' FOR RENT-ROOMS $130. value S200. Excellent

block except to his away work. lie was I i I thought of Joe as his son. It was I I "Sing 'Wild IrL-h Rose* Pat." I condition. 30oi lar'-i Avenue.

one of the :onahan;;. because I I Pat's night to be host to get The man with the harmonica Furnished room with or without Phone 827-J. nov6-4tx
Mrs. Monahan had taken him in ,I drunk as a lord if he wanted to). !,', played a flourish for silence. Pat private bnth. 7J4 Eaton Street.I]I I
u hen he keeled over in the street and it was sweet to hear him sing put a mighty arm around Joe's nov8-3tx
There was ar. extra bed and he : "The Rose of Trale?." -.i.julders and grinned. Sacrif ciwoik cr rpa ty'I

had been put into it. There was I!. When h:: ini-hel the song Roa-I'i! "This i.; for you. my boy" i I j I firhtr. pe-c-l. 50'A 14 :x ";.
extra food. ever if h.-r ha-band he cum in -nJ ga.e Linn a tIe be e.utin.ed Bedroom with kitchen' pri'ikg..s.i; Browa's D-ick. Northwest 20ih

.- ._,---- -- -. !; Apply 1231 South.: no'I -3tx |, Sheet and 27th Avenue Miami -

: ISD12 ?. Call Stsnicy.2AU4. .
TODAY'S RIKTIID.VYS CANADA'S IMIMIIK !!, A delicious topping for cauli- ; FOR RENT-COTTAGES no\ !i-19-20-att.

I t: flower may be made by sautee-
(Know America) _. ._ '' t '--
Gene < : ing the dry bread crumbs ini Fuinifhed cottage adult only: no'pets. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
Tiernev. born
actress in ... 'i i I' 318 Olivia novl ,-3txlj I
..., :"" "' .. i nv.'ted butter or margarine over
nr..kln. N. Y.. 2B year.- j4o.Lloyd ; ..;. ..... !i
..." ;; low haat unt-1 tryare golden White enamel $2.75. Outsice
K. Gonbon ol NewYork
: lawyer, forniei chairman ;brown: stir the crumbs constantly !j Coltsge. 1606 FI..IlZlnvenue. white paint. 2.75 and $3.75 per
I Iv Phone 657-J. no,19 2tx
gallon, 51JH.Ii
of the N.L.R.B.. born in New as they brown. Sprinkle the up. garden
I ( I
York. 51 buttered crumbs over the cauliflowerets ---- how, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846

John Lewis years Luckenbach ago. president t ;' (cooked and driinedVi ,I FOR RENT-HOUSES .' Olivia Phone 159'';'. novl-'f

of the American Bureau of j i ju.st before serving. .
Furnished hous Hot and cold
Shipping born Kingston, N. Y.. 500 MJ. ft. plastic bathioom til.-.
Try adding a little onion to | water. Apply 1127 SouthardStreet. beautiful color. 30c
65 years ago. ; "'" .. f": '; sq. ft. 2313PatUrson.

Allen Tate, critic and p .e-t. ., .d' )- t''t. kale when cooking it; serve with !! ran 19-3tx nov5tfStininole

born Clarke Co. Ky.. -19 :years --' < batter or margarine or with a '
r" WANTED TO RENTI
i wel-.t'i l.ned cream saucv.i .
Indian s-kirts. Key West
ago.Maj.. Gen. Malcolm C. Grow. .j Cook Book at the Marshall
< i FOR SALE OR LEASE Naval officer wife. two children
,
air surgeon, burn in Philadelphia. Studio Shop in Telegiaph Lane
i desire to rent two or three bed-
til
year ago. 1 AL
o garlic olives limeladf.
DavidV.. Armstrong executive Desn.tble corner lot for sale or room hous>t'. Maximum rent
i coconut candy and turtle .
soup.novI517193tx
direct of the Bay' Clubs ot eat long-term lease. 100 x 150. I. $125.00 per month. Excellent

America, New York, born Ninth ; Suitable for hotel or apart- care guaranteed. Write Box

Adams, Mass.. 6J years ago ments. One block from bench.Foi 521. c/o Citizen.: nov5-6tx
Ivj Patkevitch of N't-u. York. particulars, write Box 466. i Christmas gifts galore, piling in

president of the Code Mast uubliratioiu. novlltfMISCELLANEOUS Unfuinishe-d two or three bedroom every day now. Make yom

born in flus.'la.I" I, house or apartment by 1 selections t'arlvhile there's

years ago. civilian engineer; with two plenty of choice. Open eve

j Nancy Carroll at t res.born in sons school at'. Will pay up to mngs-t..1t1( while Dad can

New York 42 \r-ars ..g... Picture framing, pictures; framed j S75 per month. P. A. McMusI watch the kids. CHILDHFJi'S

+ Prof. James B Sumner of Cornell -- and nuitteel. DINt' ru'>, OH I I La Couch Hotel, afte-i 5. CORNER rear Sears.

fanned tlittnist and Nobel !' "il..1" FI antis, Phone 1197M. I nov93txHELP nov 1-3 t

t prizewinner burn in C: nttm. nov9-19tx
i Nta"" 61 years ago. LOUIS ST. L.IURiNTd.ove: ) WANTED-FEMALE Paint out itit'. Watts brand.

Paul C. Clark president of the' succeeds William: L. MacKenzie Elect ify jour old sewing ma- | j-now-white titanium lead and

John Hancock Mutual Life In- King as prime minister of chine. Phone 1164-M. Colored gill to do ironing. One oil. Money-back guarantee

suraiM-e Co.. Boston born in Day- Ca-ada. MacKen-.ie King is ; nov5-12t morning a wc-tk. Apply 713 won't peel nib off or wash
tun Ohio. 56 year* ag-.. j Emma Street Apt. B. off. Stays white. $3.93 gal. in
iI 1
I retiring after about a quarter i CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann SUj novl-3tx 5-gal cans. Sample can. 50c
cf a century in office.Interesting Dealers wanted. Manor House.I .
TODAY'S i j re-opened. A variety of new
I\'EnS.\mE..o;; ;j I gilt items and fabrics for slipcovers Woman for general cleaning. I 916 LaSalle St. JacksonvilK-.

I and draperies. Opens Steady \\01 k. Apply Two Sisters Fla. oet29nov5'12-19-26

(Know America) Notes daily 10 to 12 and 1 to 5.nov. Cafe 707 Duval Street.

1752 GewrmRogers; Clark, V. !I 17-tf nov9-3tx i FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE

leader of the little bund of
Kenj
tuckians-Virginians who took the ;j The Province ..: Khu/iste-n in FOR RENT-APARTMENTS HELP WANTEDMALEYOUNG Stock Island, o'er100 ft. ocean-

great Northwest in the Revolution : Iran or Persianow one. of iho ; I front. Bargain. Must !>e solo
great oil centi-rs of th- to ..dri. '.: MAN! ....
born in Charlottes ille, V'a. Furnished 2'3-room apartment. at nnt. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citiin. -
IJf 10 Elias Kiggx Cun r..ga. ; pji t of the Biblical Ela:,. :: Utilities fug nished. $25.00 week:I HERE'S SECURITY AND nov 13-t!

tional missionary in the Far East ; Iv. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 I OPPORTUNITY!
some 60 years, father and grandfather 'I The brines of many inland Windsor Lan. nov8-tf Your future important to you. FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
lakes salts of st-ve-ral acid I
uf misMotuiries. burn at are You want to feel secure in your FURNITURE:

New I'ruvI.tt"n. N. J. Died Jan. i; radish ;. but in the Dead Sea : Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and job. You want tie-ady employment -

17. 1W1. I clorkte and bromide alone exist. bath. Maid and "rv-i and ;i chance for advancement. ,
janitor se L.\ ing room. b.otl drt'$., 'r. chest: ,
1831 -James Abram GaifieKU ices, linens and utilities fur- You want to make 2-burner hot pljte.
Ohio farm Coney Island, N. Y.. wa at In ironing
short.yuii
boy lawyer. Union nished. Summer rates. Coral' tome-thing of yourself. 'jourd. otlu-i iten.Apply 718
general e-ongressman. :senator first known as Congu Island. Hotel .Apartments opposite Post i want a job with opportun Ik.k-r' Lane. Last day.

20th President burn Orange. N.Y. Office. noS26tx ity. Thos-e sue exactly the kind nov 16- tx
Assassinated, and died Sept. '1 Napoleon actually made a beeinning I of jobs now being offered you

1. laai. ; in building the Suez Electric kitchen t-luldirn "d-t in the new l' S. Army and

1855- Henry Korrwike. New Canal but abandoned the- under corned. Reasonable rates per I U. S. Air Fwrce. Good pay u FOR SALEHOUSESAND

York originator: of the ies.s tllpl '', taking. day. 1M)9 Elizabeth Stu-e-t. ] only the beginning. You get !! LOTS

>mg >service bean in Russia. Died nov 19-ti food, clothing, shots and helter --. -
June 3, 1903. :j I I18U3 The borsefish sheds its skin I at no coM to you. You get' Three -be druum unfurnished t ostoiy -
William like a snake. IMHISV on lot 45'x: 911Centrally
A.
("Billy") that
i GARDEN AND LAWN a free retiiement plan
Sunday, famed evangelist, been i i SUPPLIES means you can retire at half, loe-ated. Phone 104-J
Ame.-. Iowa. Died n.wI9-3Jo.:
in Chicago pay in 20 year. regardless of
N.ti.. 1933.News The A met lean nickel is usual fori i
Give your child a hubby age. Jobs such as elraftsmen .
-- ly 75 peT rent copper and 25 p 't FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
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Chrj.tmao.Vt' suggest tropical I) photographs r.. carpenters sten- j
cent nickle. : birds, radio t"hnicianJ.I APPLIANCES &: EQUIPMENT
Notes fish. turtles singing a) ographers.
Pets from !Ithe. medical technicians. radar mechanics
: baby par: k<'"t. etc.
Canvasback ducks are the fav- MdKif Chef high ov n
finest urces. Order now weather force: ierst range
January bring, coldest tem- ; rite ducks of most U. S. hurter M S5000. Crane wjtci heater. 20
West Garden beavailable to vou. Get
tat Christmas. Key can
perattuea to the United St.lt.s.tJut They are expert divers and indiscriminate -, & Lawn Supply Co.. 914. facts and figuies today fiomjvour ::;.' S30H.. Or both fur. $85

MiowfalU average deper in feeders._ Fleming Street. Phone 1016. U. S. Army and U S. Air;; See at olo B-than-.a Stie.-tnu.
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Ftbruary.Clueago I .19-2x
novl6-tf KoiceRecruiting Station. Roomj;
i
The Grrt-nheu mallard duck u i
; I 212. Post Office Building. Key
the mint and brat
averages about 58mowfalls plentiful
OPPORTUNITIES West Fla. Take advantage ; FOR SALE-HOUSES
BUSINESS ; ;
a year while New Yoik known of all American waterfowl. -'
t 1 of the oppoi tunities now beins;;
has an average of about 3;). .
: Cutting theG o r d i a n knot t Young man u,' w..mOll1.c.&:;" toj i iI 1, offered novI9-lti' Guest hcou"2 blocks from ntwfw.Mch.
house se-llini Be exclusive N-N-I8 5 Jntirooms. 3 baths.
High peak ot the Andes and means to solve a problem in a I I
inlnC'I directly on the equator bold decisive manner.I di tribulor foi Baby Cut !! C opitituxnt tot owner.coniplrte-
.
Table and IeI'I STORAGE furnished electric kitchen
hate snow on them all the year. i Feeding Baby I I ly
t Soviet Itussia covers nearly r' ler in Monroe: County. GvMid incmw. Mtttt be sold

Dragonflies fly with great one-sisth of the worW's land I Haby C..n.Gudd., P.O. vritt-I Iced Brick Storage Co. Furniture 11 at one*. Real sacrifice. TtrmtIh' <

speed impel ran dart luckwarel aria and has almost ime-tentb U f 1011. Coral Gable Fl3. or commercial. Phone 793. i i owner. UIJ't R.A.W., 5-tf c/o

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RaJroad public' utilities commit.n ., .

0:" today denied the application .
or Salvador Dixit" Garcia for

extension ,cprtJicatev to transport .
: sichtsecms passengers btt .:: :: .
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,iron Miami and Kevt',t : 'f i ; .. \
Garcia naw.pc..' t*> a ,'Jit. : '. .

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ioudw Key we-t and"M.. ..tt.M'"hu\'lllOltPa.th'\\t : 'It's enough to take :

th.-u S"tur
Mrtttf-rcd..11'Florida hea.tt'rh'111:vhower'M.MI.<1.and..duudIth c-.intinucd : the starch out of you :

\\arm today and in south po. .>n
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Saturday. Partly tloun mi bt
ionJ t-older in north portion .
biturdaand in Tallahassee .iria
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ti.nC'itJaiktonviMi ,.,
Though H..1 ul:i ", .
Straits: Fresh :-t.uth.'a..t t.. outh r r'
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winds today becoming S4>uth<'ih
tonight and Saturday \itpt .
"h:fting to west or northwest in : :
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t'\treme north portion Satin..v .
Mostly cloudy with >,,'alt,.,t',t .f:. .. .
showers Friday and in south and I I .;of. J1 .
central portions Saturda- I' lI.tlv | : :; l .
cloudy extreme north pmtmn i)
Saturday' :,'ri'r.ia! ; s. .
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East Gulf Fresh .utl h
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u .nd> thru Saturday IKIOM.>n.il\! I I ,
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i >deratel\,' strong in north jtmn .. 0.
toda-, Winds .hiftm_ t.. ;. =:f .
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north or northwest In ixtn t
north portion tonight and in f'n .
teal portion Saturdax :\ltJ"lh .
cloudy with mattered showers It'
dry and in south portion Satuid.n .

Partly. cloudy north poiti nSaturday. .

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Key West. Ha, Nov. 19. 194rf ; .

REPORT .
Observation taken at City Office.
8:30 am. EST) .
Temperatures I IIII I .
;hc"t yesterday u
Lowest last night TH 0

Norntel Mean 71 80 I' .

PrecipitationTotal .
last :.. hours T in*. I .
Total this month OJ1 ins I
Deficiency this month 1 36 ins I .
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Total this year 45.84 insLxtiss 1 f .
this year 9.96 ins t. .,
Relative Humidity. .

8.30....a.m. e
BarometerSea ., 1 i AIiES YOU TUIXK your bal'khone.s made of .

( Level 8:30 a.m. 11\\ seaweed this uncomfortable 'eling that .

30.00 Tomorrow'nis.-lOlj'Jmbs Almanac. yon'fe not saving any money for the future .

Sunrise 6 i*>a in .. .. not.gettillg lhead. CD
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Sunset Moonrise 0 o;39 I j p p.m m But why hake in your shoes when JOlt think e

Mwfts.et 10'36 In about not having the money "ou.ll need in la ter .

life! .

TIDES(Naval Base) < Start accnmulatin those U. S. Sayings Bond3 0

Tomorrow(Eastern Standard Time : right now. They're the best little backbone stiffeners :

High Low we know of!
12:53 p.m. 6:23 a. in .
11:47pm, 5:11 pm There\ nothing like a Bond in the hand to help .

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA 5 you stand up md look the world in the e 'e. Anti .

(Reference Station: Key \Vst you'll be clutching a fistful of them before you .

StationTide Time of'high Height water of know it. if you enroll right now in your conS .

flahia Honda pany.s PaTOU Plan. .
(bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft
:\o Name Key Thafs the sure way to get hold of a batch of .

'cast endr2h20m this starch for the pine .

Boca(Sandy Chira Point)-Oh 40m And think of it ill ten years Mott Jet back .

Caldes Channel four (olla,:, for three incest in
(north end> +2h 10m +14 ft : el'ery you :
oOo the safest investment in the world toda)'.
NOTE .
(-)-M'mis sign: Con eeti..n, .1 'hars good for you is good for your country. .
to be subtracted; too. Every Bond helps et'Onomic -
you buy kl't'p our
(-,-)-Plus sign: Corrections to .
be addedEasiest J:tem 011 al1 even keel. .
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: U. S. SAVINGS BONDS :

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loveliest rooms! '.11 Iet.y- U"n est Citiieti e.

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paint, platter .
One hour dr.ing.No"patnty"odor, .
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: Watch J 1.IlJlIq's Thi;: Space i: :. TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY II Wbra ad certain thaie prods U to doubt bur id or u as lerrlce to where U n M4t4 t T HIS S DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU'SPOOK '


Overseas : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ..............5.....................5..1..5I. ........ 511..... ..............._-.....11151555.1x1.........5. t

: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : :If It Is Electrical W EEU tSELlllll 1TI''! : : OLD CRAIG i t iService

0 Coffee Shop : I'Jeniy of Action Toys for the Children :
SEE OURSHOWING We Will Call For and Deliver WHITE STARCLEANERS :
: Station: .
i Electrical I Appliances 10 Yean Experience in Electrical Work ; :
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<',-11- J. .. BKAUX. tillFraacu :
: Maaagi HONX
........._.....................A..A.............. LLca, 1M1 J Duval Street S and Divutoa 8tr*.t :
.. Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. ,
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ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 701 DUVAL STREET : I irrii I ultra Ualteriea Auiu Aceetauriea :
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i at Ilu'Ili"a i KiES RYS'T i f' ...' ........ e : 822 SIMONTON STREET : "You/ PURE OIL aDd GASOLINE DeaJer" : .'11
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: ST. NEAR COR.WHITE 8T. : : airy .leaning .55w.511 1 a..5 55 .5f5 5

917 Fleming St. : "Your Patronage Iimled" a PRITCHARD ; r RUSSELL i ; : 24-HOUR and l'reaa.ag SERVICE : : Have; Your Car Repainted; :

: Ice Cream Proprietary !Medicine FUNERAL .. : : : Free Pick-Up and : for ,HOL1DA }" SEASON :
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S PHONE 798 : Sick Room S DRYG'OODS'; Delivery Service : find Fender o
Supplies School Body ttejHiirinz into' l'a1I1i"; :
....... Supplies : :
.5..5........... SUITS for MEN : 5

:..........Toilet......Preparations..a..........and....Article.....*...........SS HOME : 1106 OLIVA STREET :: and WOMEN. : '. TAHY'G.onijtlete: Radiator AUTOANDA Serrice i

...................... .../5.1 ...0.1. -.1" ... ..11.1.. .......... : Let Those Serre : : PHONE 373Specializing :. l\lall.-Ic PHONE, I'aillre 282! :: 5' ffS* & U9 BODY SHOP '

i. f MUMFORD j" Who Sene Best ........ ............ : eos.05 GREENE STREET :
GOMEZ i ii and ROSS : 5 5 ..................5555.1 .......................
: 220 DUVAL STREET : in : .............1.1.1.1..11...............111.
PHONES I "
333 and 9150 WE HAVE NEVER ..5.1........./5.e....
i FURNITURE CO. i :. Easy and Blackstone Washers :i BETRAYED A TRUST :: : Womcifs and : E 4 GLAMOROUS? : "I
WE NEVER WILL
S :. 720 DUVAL STREET :. : Electromaster Ranges S. I LOPEZFuneral Get Set For Fall With The New : !I!
: : Ambulance S..ni..c. ChildreifsApparel ( deb-u-curl *
Authorized : / I
: .Nationally Adyertised : Dealer for Pureaire Units ... -
: (THE COMPLETE : 5/8 : :
Products KITCHEN) : Telephone : Service Cold Wave Permanent J.
: Delaware Plastic Floor : : 1CEF1CU.";/fTI()\ SEllVul "
SALES
i Covering ...v.........1.........,.......and.......ee.e.:...... .: Never Sleeps ; .: I Established 1885LirriiMil : \, f A soft, natural looking permanent 1
i : .Clopay Fiber Venetian : ..................1......1........... .......... ......d..............5. ............&........., : / ) t'wt' will civo: you tha
Blinds 1 .................11.................../1..... : Funeral : / NEW LOOK and make
1 : Luggage. Appliances : Directors and : 1-/; / you tiw GIar"-Hir Gal $1 lO
Radios J.A.MRS of the New Season _
: .Magee and Mohawk : I : Knilialniers21Hour I .
Axminster HOOirSANDINC ON OLOOt NEVVHOORS ______ .perianai.K I. "":1&",,.;'T
Rugs .
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i Licensed ---- Insured IM. AM> M ALP TIH-Vr";>T'
:: 11i Make YourAppointment
S : 1-Z Tetras : J .
.: : OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. :.I CUAKANTffp.WOtKfXMKIfNCIO : Ambulance : CAROLYN BEAUTY
MIN
l-fON. and SAT. PAINTING Contractor Now SHOPPE :
i ...................... MOOf IN MCTHQOS : ServicePhone : Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming SI :
: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED :
i : \ I : Telephone 9127. 114 Duval Street Jefferson Hotel : : 135 Night 636 : DONALD BARBER :

i ....................: : J. Douglas Trevor e.e...ee.eee................................. ....................... .........11.1.151...1111..1...111 11...11/1111...............e...1...1...1.................. .:
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PRICE TOURS i iRepre..ntativea & 1829 I ....1..1...11a...1...l
Harris Ave. Key West. Fla. : ElectricRanges :
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S i :: I'aasenger : PHONE 1374-R : HOTPOINT .: : Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. a

: : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Slell'sBealllNOOktl

!aFLORIDA : Washiii) Machines for Immediate Delivery : : I
Arse \ .t1Uw : :

EAST .... / / .1 555555..1 15. 51 .5.1 HOME APPLIANCE : : CONCH SHELLS : i
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COAST RAILWAY ................ .... : 605 SIMONTON STREET' PHONE 11 : : All_Sizes Phone 637 536 Fleming St. -
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S New Locat.d X.d I Save 20% .........e..e...........................5.51. a COCOANUTS : .55.1.511115..51111...1.1111...111....1511151.
Fire Insurance I I __ Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited

DR. COBO'S on mere dwellings ant i 1. by INSURING with : Landscaping, Marl\ and Top Soil : SPONGES Frances :
bldgs. household u1rr.ealon
S OFFICE 1
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:: and I TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : -
: perAtlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : Frances Park
0 FLEMiNG STREET : tonal effect I MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : : Will Snip to Any Part :
: &a 01 La CoACha Hotel! :: Save 15% on All Policies Non-.....Mable ; : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Vary Reasonable : of u.s. or Canada \ 1010 GRINNELL STREET> i

\,.' PRONE 124 : :: MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674B.&B. Marcy S. Palacio Beauty Culture in all its Phases

...................... 4 ....................11.........../b1//........../ : G. WEE"H 1021 PHONE Olivia 801 St. : n..arun South St. : : i Facials Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp-Treatments Manicuring II : .

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: I Marion. I'li. 1311
4 : ni.1c the UII" 10 the : lit DUVAL STREET : 's REAL ESTATE ; !jj

: GoLr COURSE M.DaaleU.Prop. Pboa 1013 : ) Hueso Salon I I IW
122 FUming St. B. : Open f aly; and Sunday, : Sales E Cayo Beauty
: : :5 P.M. to 1 A.M.
Cushman Motor\ ScootersSales i : amVINa'D.. : Appraisals : 1400 DUVAL STREET

Immediate Delivery : l DerB Leases I I
and Service : .'I'
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches 5 Rentals :, We Need More Room

.., RIDE AWAY. .a.-.REASONABLE.............5..........PRICK...................: I Management ,
"!a TAKE I .............................11.........1... I: Improved and VacantProperties : 9 .1
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.,: : NO.1 : 5 INSURANCEFIICJo : ad Moare County 919 SIMONTON STREETR
10 lb. .
: GOLFLINKS .Ml Now cushm.*MMoOt, eeo Icootar om& :. : { WIND J. OTTO : OLD LOCATION OF s
"1 white pariac Ear It...and MMBOMy : AUTO BONDS : : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR
1 pe My vnr ether : : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : : BLACKOUT RESTAURANTs

t : methode for Catbauut.truuporUtiaa.cIa fa* West : 411 Fleming Street : E
; : Have Fun : er-a w- .: Key Insurance Co. : S19 WhItehead Street : '

!\ :. KEY WEST GOLF CLUB :. 5 ........................ : 911 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171 : Phone 124 and 7JI-H ,5 i
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: -/IouI'SerJ'ia..' : FOR SALE : JOHN CURRY INSURANCEOFFICE DELICIOUS I '

: : Key West Jewelry (0. : : 5 ,

i : We Buy DIAMONDS and : Oar Customers Must Bf .I : : : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM
JEWELRY or WHAT : Satisfied PLUMBING I : 51H SOUTHARD iS
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: : 923 DIVISION STREET PHONE
HAVE YOU
See Dan1!!
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a. :1-.1..1. 1arl.lte s : i
r.re I. .1".). &..raad.llr FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST '
.. .p..l.. all..... a'. 5el PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Call U* and Be : -THE- FAROLA SUNDRY s
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PHONE 1112
.. .. : 325 DIVISION STREET : PorterAllen
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U ., ".u enirr_ .. ..1.,,11101.J..ae :.bile:1. k..).r-... :, : -"We Delmer"- : Phones 781 and 229-W Magazines, Proprietary Medicines,
".II.KEY. : C Bert Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : i Company i School Supplies II
WEST JEWELRY 512 MARGARET STREET ,
: Goods :
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; ORLANDO CARABALLO
: : OLD ISLAND TRADING POST
When You Go : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET 1
: Muring, Railing or Shoring Houses, Garages, : Under the New Ownership and Management
Food
lfI Shopping PLUMBING
: : : Boats or What Hare You : : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN

Be Sure to Gel : : : BONDED and LICENSED : : Dislinctire; ; Gifts For All Occasions; :
CONTRACTOR
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: FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512. : : and Tantet In A" Wile I'riee Hang :
: __ All Work Guaranteed '.a( Corner Whitehead and Carolina Streets Phone 1571ISSIII:1
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.Maintenance .........eee..eee/.5..55.....5...5...5.5.5..1 : : :::: : ::::: : : ::: : 1
ENRICHED BREAD : Why Par More When You Can Buy For Lest?
Repair O Sewage .: : IW USE YOUR CREDIT: 'W3 CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET

Th. Foundation of Tod*?* : : Men's, Ladies'and Children's Wear : Specializing in Spanish Food & Short orders
: .Prompt ndUbREASONABLE : : DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish :
Neal runningFAXALDO Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads
a : : :: RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : I and Seafcxxls ANY ORDER A LA CARTEMr.
.. and Mrs. E. F. Corral, Mgr and Owner" :

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MIDGET. CAR RACERS IN CLOSE BRUMI WITH DEATH.; Key West In

GAMES' :Bombers, Clo\\ns.! I t Sports Shorts |i iI - I I

Gone ByAS
I Raiders(! Legion !1 I The Detroit Red Wings set a )i Days

new attendance record for the FROM FILESOF
LAST NIGHT AT I ; TAKEN
GYMi
Motor City recently when 15,336 THE CITIZEN OP
i Tangle SundayIn fan.watt'bed them beat Toronto NOVEMBER 13. 1"3! h

Mobs ElL >i 2.1. r
Sports '
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of the
Pearlman, president
the optnei>uiJav after Joe
.Indl'olltirl.jettelrv ; 1[DETROIT. MANAGER: i tie Bleu blanc and rouge-blue. local committee ittal is: raising
I den tie U>inUrand red the official in Eu- i
white and -are money for Jewish refugees
'I 1":11" MOII llinrItlokl'llllll ,Clowns will cnis.., bats. This colors of the Montreal. Cana- .... Jig I rope, last night addressed members -
a tame promises to IK one lonfl to ditnr: of the National Hockey e a of B'nai Zion Congregation
: ClIUtlMIn : 1<< -* JI oroiect, :and raised -
Jt I b? re:nei iberetl. The last time League I in behalf of the

the three names player) 1 list; t these: two dubs met the Bombers a fund of $110 The quota for
fttCt.t at L'w IliRh/ Srhfiul gym the off Thomas and Duke footballers leave the Key West is $250.
ai'd t[: to get a hit state of North Carolina only :
three were will player and hard
lourht from start to finish I' t the: Clowns: touched" Sweeting fur twice this M'a4m-to face Maryland I I Students in the Key West High

In UKfirst purrwthe Bobs .'i>.ht hits; and! Joe Casa Sr. for in Washington D. C. and School have entered an essay

Swart| Shop won. over the C K':j. t hn: '<'. Brown had a field day VIP in Ruanoke Va. i contest conducted by the United

Cola fi\ '. The C...ktgot oft to .nth four singles the Bombcr States Sugar Corporation in
a slow tart while. the Sport Shop has V Hi Vidal fresh front Class D The Elmer! Dale Shaffer Clewiston. Fla. The subject is,

starte out fa..t and srart-d 18 j jI I.'al'I! < ant Mon .ilo Sanchez which will rare :it IIuil.- iStabe'l "What Sugar production Meansto

-*int* in th.' ft ft half to but five I t tk.t: .t star from: Culxi who claims \\ mt*'i', is the only one Florida"
I u' calm h..1.1 I the Clowr'. Albio klu for the rrfr.h. :;. But in the *'<'- '
\tt'\.tlo an 1 several of the fillas published in _
dispatch
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on-l I lwolfthr d ks ml fiftw A special
> !!r hundred HERE'S THE BEGINNING of a spectacular accider involving six midget car racers in the stadium I i
I Bo:not'rs have collected one from itS correspondent -
to sixti-rn 1..1' the The Citizen today
five High.' st-iHtrs were Sport Ccorgt Shop, I: dollars and had same placed I a11nn110111111U11011111mIIIlllllnnltllmmmnmluaiN.C.C.S." I I ; at Oakland Calif. Eddie Bennett of Oakland is driving the car at left with all four wheels |! in Washington say

liartjer and Menner<< fur Uw win |, m them it win Sunday. Manatee off the ground. Eddie suffered a possible skull fracture. The five oUter cars all piled up a moment ,; that federal housing authorities

nen and G. Swifting aryl l S.doI I Smith of the Clowns claims later. The accident occurred on the high-bank turn in the first lap of main event. Bennett I I, issued data today showing that

mon for the Cokes i i IM will u.;tThomas in the lx>\ was driving about 100 miles an hour. ,[ building permits in Key West in

Box SttMf. Hobs I md that West: Indies file ball 1021 Duval Street _____ __ __ __ ____ __________ __ h_. __'__ __ I 11935 totaled 211 valued at $303-
Plryrr_ nG FT F TP' nit her will try t'. again win !! mi: iiiVrt: IOKCESumnmPiimimniiiHHimmiiiminmiiniiiiiiiimi" I Ii 238.I .
144-Gwn. I 2 0 I 4l. ivti the tmtb.'rs. Both mana-

U. n.rrl ir. I 5 0 I 10 Kc? have a?ret-l to give their. i PHOGltUI I' New Look for Buick Convertible I Secretary Clifford G. Hicks of
at tht.hom'
J. Vlllarral f 10 0 x lint ups tomorrow night : { the South Side Association said
J. F3ennofr. rf -I 0 0) a t tRota'rts of the president where tin : today that its membership now
rime will be diseusied, aaJ it is MONDAY !I association object
The
It 2 0 I 4 totals 75.
., rules will 7 :in! P.M. Class.TUESDAY I
that ground
Il swu.t g. r. 0 0 I 0 I 'ixoetted : -Spanish I i* to maintain the south side of
have t-* be made in ease of an : Y the citus a residential area. .

T.tal I7 0 4. 31I d' W *r* Hi iti, ,,.V( How crowd in tin fit Id. 1 IRis; ) A.M.-Howling, for Navy I s .

____ "REDROLFE.. I Wives, at U. S. Sub r I II Marcellt Ann Richardson celebrated -
l Cewv C4.l.e: : ROBERT A. In the sttonJ! game: the Red Base Bowling Aleys7:30I'JtI.Ilesptal : r her sixth birthday omni-'
newly appointed manager' cf Raiders! will play the American Party ((2nd I j
Player- no FT F TI' fan virsaiv yesterday by giving a
G. iw.ling. f 2 1 0 :5 the Detroit Tig!rs. looks over I-..;'on ant the Legion under the Tues i party in the home of her parents,
C. Tiger uniform in the office c! pjulantt of Danny: Litres: hiveaddd WEDNESDAY -
WaIk.r f 2 0 1 4 a Mr. and Mrs.. Will Richardson
R. Park l' 1 0 0 2 General Manager Billy Evans. several; players: and 1 t hi.: 12'30 PM.- hospital Fishing Trip 1114 Grinnell streetCharles .'
will MV,' threat enough power. tl) 2.00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. _
Sulanw.i
g Z. 0 5 Rolfe is a former star third _
win and lure with the n't lOf tht 7:00 P.M. J k Box Dance,
C. Kn..t'S, 1& 0 0 0 0 baseman for the New York : u e L. Roberts manager of
I JI. U.-I. r. 1& 2 0 0 .2 Yankees.On clubs: in the Le:i'in'. Kame-- tht Porttr-All{*n Company left
Mitchell may start for the THURSDAY business
short
thi' morning on a
Total 9 :2 1 20 t,. be Pti I."-r". :md .army, Lustres bur 1:00 PM-Sewing Machines, trip in Miami
first
Jrvr TJirow mt..I. D Sweiting tK six goals the I :ghm. First game at one Billartls Showers.
scored on I. O. Sw..til'l an'l I Solomon tnirtv p. in i. i time second ...t FRIDAY Frank II Gatu who had brtnV.Sltlng
the
Brim-k this
sea a>n
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I. Tmw kC't.pt.'r. Ked Tatlon. rrfen'r. 3:15: p. in 201: P. I.--I"'c I natal Class. relatives in Havna, re-
M.Uu.wn.In Bruins wira man short. _____n_ !9:00 P.:M.- Dan On.I'l'Stra. turned yesterday on the steamship -

.. --- ; The North Carolina State Mr. Bj'hcr. the Maine Chance. SATURDAY # _0' Cuha.

the remand pairthe Junior basketball team this season fea- Farm ('I.lthid1 will be pointedfor I :2.!:00, P.M..xin Training.SUNDAY -- .
Conches lux I a UK night and tuies nine regulars irom the the Flamingo at Hia'eah' is Mrs. Belmont Carey and Mrs.

only Copper had his eyes on the powerful 1947-43 quintet. trained by Jimmy Smith who. 9.30 AM.-Communion Break Berlin Knowles were hostesses "1
target a itl !stewed 15 point.- Oioprvj also; aevel">ped his Cuil I sister! fast (monthly). yesterday at a social meeting of

Uierl' lard but mulct not get for they scored nine to the Sonar Duihrr. as a thimpion i 1:00 P.M.-Punic (sign up). ---_._-.-- the Key West Junior Woman

Kiunic. Tt.r the Elks W. Curryacrwid Sthool three points. and in the I HERE'S BUICK'S graceful new bumpers and a spacious luggageeompartment. ton controls to raise or lower the Club at the tlubhouse on Division -

i 12. .points and elude: Val- last quarter each club scored ,' A MIGIFFI'I IIHMKU 1 IS HUGH CASCY = 1 Buick Super convertible for 1949 The lower wider grille top adjust the front scat and raiseor street. .',
riez 10 to lead the .inn'rs.. eight points. McKee scored 20' completely: re-styled and streamlinedfrom and distinctive hood contribute to lower all windows. Buick's "noshift I
g Duukhtry and InKraham played points for the losers to UaJ' in .di-r bumper to bumper. Note the Buick's styling individuality. Over- clutchless" Djnaflow Drive is Today The Citizen says in an
|(....| gamy. and Kunez. Castillo scoring R. V. Smith scored 12 fur 't flowing full-length fenders with all length of all 1949 Buick Super standard equipment on 1949 Road- editorial paragraph: .
and KerfToi tae Elk : di.l well. the Jewels functional chrome "venti-ports" for and Roadmaster cars is reduced master models and optional on "Marriage is a partenership; but

[ Box Score: sSA cooling the engine compartment full- three inches to facilitate parkingand Super series cars. Public displayof it often hits the rocks because:
ilex Stair; 'Sonar, SchoolPlayer vision curved windshield and rear storage. All 1949 Buick con- 1949 Buick models will begin inI one; member the team thinksit
EJk Clubl'Iryei.' ', -- RG FT F TP window one -piece wrap around vertibles have hydraulic push-but- I I dealer showrooms Nov. 26. a cinch" ;
.- IG: FT F TP Olson f 0 0 2 0 .. --- --- -

t W. Curry, I 4. 4 0 12 McKee, f 0 Or: 1 :20'Srakosic. to '" I Olliminmmulllllllln.nimnlauc1EwumdthIruIWhat's!!! : : .
1: C. Valdez. I 5 0 I 10 f 1 1 1 :J t How They Stand BABE RUTH "BEEF" GAVE
Nunez c .. 4 0 I 8 Peterson f 2 0 1 4 I Doing I
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E K.-r. .g 2 2 4 7Casttlby Buck w,IF t T, e I 0 I 2 g'e; I at the I PITCHER PERFECT BALL GAME:'

If 2 I 1 5 Rotunno. c 0 0 I 0 '/ LOCAL BASEBALL j I

E. GrifA.n. g 0 0 0 0 S\ ihart. g 0 0 I 0 0 ,.,, .<. -Cey West Senior Baseball League ARMED SERVICESI j The legend that is Babe Ruth com' s to Key West this week

4 :. Newlan g I I. 3 3I l'" i iS f I Y.M.C.A. when "The Babe Ruth Story:' Roy Del Ruth's Allied Artists production
(Municipal Stadium) I
Total n c 3' .2. :! 1, Jackson Square. Whitehead starring William Berdix. Claire Trevor and Charles
1 I j Total 15 2 10 32 40\, Club W. L. Pet and Southard Streets
: Bickford at the Palace Theatre today and continues
JUnlur Varsity I : West Clowns 4 0 1.000 opens
Key
j Free Throws missed: Bu<'k- ri 1 I i ninmiiibnuiiiiiuuuniiiiiniiiiiiimimniiiimuiii'i"
Playrs'G FT F TP wtitz :2: Totunno 2. Swihart 1Neulan ... Red Raiders 2 2 .500 I : through and including Monday.
Ct'IJt"I'. t r 1 I 2 IS 2, Skaggs 2, Smith 1, P. Atomic Bombers 2 2 .500 i i : More yarns have been spun around this fabulous character
ra I 19:00 P.M. Juke Box dance i than else in the history of sport. With Ruth's life story
Baker j 0 0 0 0 Herrick I, B. Shonetk 1. American Legion; 0".000 I : anyone
o.au"htl}'. f 1 2 2 4thopesa Timer Red Tallon. Referee ,,:.\ i Truth or Conse mote beingieved on tie silveijsiretn 1 t

a 4 0 2 8 Smith. Umpire Rostra scorer t< il ". i: ,; qutnces Quii Show." throughout the country,
\ S1M-ppo.nt. a. 0 I 2 I ''Aguilar. ;rJ.ft... ... c6 Sports CalendarSKATING 1, TUESDAY: they probeb1!:: bt' retold \v her walk in the first inning the enraged -

Robe'rW Ie 0 0 0 0; ------- I c d ) ..... .<. 4'\\/I/ 17:30! : P.M.-Shuffle board ses I eier spoils fans! gather. Ruth swung on the arbiter

Inkl.hair: }1. K I 0 3 2 Jewels: i, ..., t.r... icns on the patio. I To start the ban rolling let's and the promptly was> evicted from.

crnalvh g 1 0 3 2 Pla'Cr- RG IT F TP < .., _:J Bayview Park. Night 9.00 P.M.-Theatre Group: meets recall one of the most interesting Naturally game. in this fast turn of
-- Skaggs. f 2 I 2: 5 ; ,: 1 -: Y- | WEDNESDAY; .event in hia 22-year career in
events the Red Sox'didn't hive
.
Titil. H" It 32JIM R. V. Smith f :5; 2 I 12 ., 7:30 to 9:00: p.m. 1 1:00: PM.-Hospital Fishing trip. the major leagues: that took pitcher warmed Ernie a
Ofi.wnnsMd': Curry :2: W. Ikrri'k. c 5 0 1 10 ,, 1 i 8:00: P.M.- Dance Class Begin-- I! place in 1917. and has been lost Shore had to up.into so the
\01.1..7 *, Griffen 1. Gasper 1. Or- P. llerrick c I' I 3'EI ners.) 'In the thunder" of tumultuous go game
egw.a I iJShepptrd. I: Timer Red Woodson g I 0 0 2 r TENNISBayview 19:00 I : ) P.M.-"Ye Ole Country I!happening which fo"owed!! cold mound.to replace Ruth on the

Tall n, RKtTttv I<< (Mtin! : Umpires C. Shurwck g 2 0 2 4 .. TT Park.Nights Afternoonsand I Party". ; In 1917 the Babe was a left- After Morgan was thrown out
i "
Sjit&' ml !sennr Apuilar j (Square Daicm. Virgnia handed pitcherith the Boston 0\
to steal. Shore
attempting
164 1 retiredthe
-- Total 7 3G Daily play. : Reds), I Red Sox and ont of the greatest
I.. UN last I next 26 Solon batters in succession -
:,!ante the 1'.lb.ek'sJewels Score by QuarterS.nar : I
: of his While
THURSDAY era. pitching against
i : The onlman
won over the SoundStluiol School 10 9 :3 10 32! to reach: \
:
<< : SlltJFH.EUOAUnBay.iew Washington the first of
in
3:00: P M -Photo Class. game fir t base dunnthe entire
after a hard. >tiuu.le. anJ Pollock's Jewels 9 10 9 I I ;; gamewas
C 38 Park
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i a double-header. Ruth took
19:30: P M -Dance. Ochl'Stra. ex- Morgan. who had been alk
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t1M.1) how hard
glows they Daily play i the t
i FRIDAY eeption to umpiring of Brice ed bRuth.
.
pla>f d i 4..r in the first first Game Score ff" Wiiephoti
quart by Quarters: :
Owens who balls and
I i 8:15: P.M.-Movies, Bridge Par- : evils calling : Thus the Babe
the M.wii.r. scored" 10 points and Bob's. S. Shop: G 12 S 8-34 temper permitted
SENIOR BASEBALL I strikes behind the' platt I ,
HUGH CASEY. Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher from the Buckhead ties. Short to
enter bascbal1'l1hall
jewel rtino. In the second quartrt -I Coca-Cola: 2 ;J 6 9-20 i i
the < twil la vi retl ten and the''i -_ i suburb of Atlanta. Ga- grins through a newly grown beard as Municipal Stadium. AfternoJn I SATURDAY: ( After arguing with I Owens of farm as ont of the few
Sonar rune': To i," ,into tlit half f. ;: Second Game: h! totes a 200.pound black bear which he shot on a hunting trip SUNDAY. NOV. 21- I I 8:15 PM.-Movies. 'when" he gave Rax Morgan.Washington's pltl'hl'rIn: histoito; hurl a perfect -

on j In 'flit n 'II th' th I'd quarter Elks Club ): 7 Kl 17 42 I at LaGrange. Maine. The former ace relief pitcher for the First Came-Key West Clowns: '110:15 PM.-Second show (same ;. lead-off mani gain

Tlit, J. w" i, xt "ii the t I..mc Jr. Conches 8 2 III 1 12 :U Brooklyn Dodgers also killed a 170.pound buck vs. Atomic Bombers. I I feature). 1- -- -.-.-.-- ----
Second Game-Red Raiders vs j,i SUNDAY: t BHEBBlaBiH.SHHBBBHBaBH: aBn B BHSH -
American Legion. 1 9:45: A.M.-Java Club

1 ; : SUNDAY. NOV. 28- I 2:00: P.M.-Classic Hour.
AGAiN Overseas
HERE WE GO Ira illrrrr'rrrrrl, Frank EckMtSSbURi First Key Game West-Red Clowns.Raiderss.. "I 9.00 PM.-Fillowslup Coffee amt Hour tlough-( Transportation

Second Game American Legion -i nuts.

VS. Atomic BomberUNDAY *'. Company Inc.Fast
-> DEC. 5- I This, is Sammy B a u t, ti's .
First Game-Atomic B..mlot.rsvs. i I twelfth season with the Wash
Red Haidtrscond I j m ;ton Redskins ot the National n-iM-mlal.Ie freight and Express Service

S..- Game Amtncan Legion -I Football League between_

SUNDAY vs.DEC.Key 12-West Clowns. i| Texas University has played t>;) : MIAMI and KEY WEST

First Gam.-An1l'rkan Legn, ; football. games with Ritv and ,

n. Red Raiders: I I Arkansas, and not .. single ;gamei Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS

Second Game Atomic Bomber .. i: ended. matt'. I Between. Miami and Key West

i ; VS. Key West Clowns.1f.tsKifll.tu. i
DH Tin ;Ni..; Viii,ik K...PM'i 1. ,;.-1 t
B| ;
: : thi onl\ tX'--P""I/I": d.t CIIIlI1 1I Express ScJicdnJe:
I blight and nut.4n )huo .1 I 1)11 1 (No Stops En Rout)
High School Gymaasium Rdeigh! play. n '\In N..t I 1"11.01 i LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT .

(Night) ; Htnktv Li .{,1 I'' SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
I PRACTICE GAMES .:. ___ __ rives at Miami at 12;00 o'clock; Mid
night.
TUESDAY. NOV. 23- i

7:30: PM.-Driftwood "". Boca)I- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Chica. SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight .

t 1 830PM.-Bob's Sport Sh. rvs FREE COUNSEL 6:00 o'clock and arrives A.M. at Key West al

Pollock's Jewelers. .
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WEDNESDAY.NOV.2 .. .... .... focal Schedule:
ah..i !' tearer: .I..cIn :. _. -
IKNTOCAWWl fc 7;00 P.M.-Elkj Club v!'. ThtCeachcombtrs .iii a.CI.r ..aria ....i........ i (Slops At All Intermediate Points
1 war ....Ilft.... by I......... sad ..,- LEAVES )
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1e 8:00: P.M.-:Conar:: School \s f..U. '...11 riad IAai per.w. CEPT SUNDAYS) at 800 o'clock
r e: DAHbCULXUKl Coca-Cola. t. ..... I. -. .,"Mu. aid t. ... A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
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F'wrre rrrra.itaz ... 1 UraIi o'clock P. M.
II 90JPM.-Junior Varsity \sBoti .'..Mwrir a r\erwlhe.. la.
ChitaTHlTIisDAY. e .ra.rIi.e .wN. Ai. ).,A. iii.Asir. : LEAVES
MIAMI
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I NOV. 25- )..ae r.a rte a eae.rr Niii SUNDAYS) at 9:00 clock A. M. and
7:00 PM.-BtMihcombers i wrta.l.e-a rarrrr Ia IA aeN arrives al Key West at 5;00 o'clock
err) .r u. .'........ Learn 'r... P.M.
Boca Chica.8W
IAI.ate. NA. IAe ..... erin. a'A I
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I 9'00 P.M.-Pol lot:k':; Jewelerr. I.... .. ,.. ..... ii. \.i IAe SERVICE
: LJ4 vs. Coca-Cola. I. .. ,...., .... l ". tic FULL CARGO INSURANCE
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; tf Monroe County Council Of Parents I: FOPS RURIEl) .ILIV-E I IN TUNNEL: -- \,

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. Teachers Met Wednesday Tavernier 1Pi i


By NWA LESLIE: GULEY On Wednesday of this week cure, be independent in cotta:: ] i \
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PIIOneS. The Citizen Office-51 the Monroe County Council of and community works, be self ;

Residence Parents and Teachers met at the controlled free from fears, phys-
629-XJ | Methodist Church in Tavernier ically fit and well and happy:' t
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1 nmmlnmmmlllunau0nIIIm1mmImuWllmmmllniuIulluununlnlmlmWmmmi lmnEaNahy : with sixty-one persons presentat The speaker also stressed the h

". irirs: Club No. 88 the meeting and the luncheon need for proper buildings con- ei ,
Held '
which was held at the Bayview nected with the schools in order i 1
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Restaurant. to help the children feel 1 secure. 4.0+. p e

Interesting/ Meeting! J Wednesday: \, Mrs. Robert Dopp installed the exhibit rooms play areas, band'

{ Tavernier officers who comprised room large workshops and good

Many Future Club Plans Announced : Mr:>. Kay Wilkinson, president equipment.
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: Mrs. Mary Lowe vice. Mrs Charles McCraw gave a POLLOCK'Sbuck
Navy Wives Club No U3 held dinner winch the Club also plans I| president; Mrs. .Mary Elizabeth summary of the events connected .

Uieir weekly meeting Wednesday I promises to be an especially en- Arsua. secretary, ,and Mrs. Myrtle with the State Convention 10 af+i k

afternoon at St. Mary's Parish joyable affair It will be held on Albury, treasurer Gently held and which ,was .at-r, A .
Hall, with eight old The Islamorada-Matecumbe officers tended by many from thw.: area, :
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Tuesday, November
m1Jt.rs.1 23rd at 6:00: I and Mrs. Dopp spoke briefly on '
were then installed ax:; .. t
two new members and p. m. at NCCS. The of +a
this purpose i by Mrs. Dopp, and comprised the the requirements for each school x' t..,
prospective members attending potluck dinner is to have the coveted Blue Hlb-> -
following: Mrs. Irene Finder, to obtain the r ,
A number of important announcements j I I'share husbands of the Club members : president; Ruth Starck. vice- bon Award This year it was u"- ,
more fully in the
were made, activities : president Catherine Williams, cured by the Pomcnnn and IL.i I ,
among ; .
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of the
Club.
The dinner will be I II ( --o ,
them that the Navy Wives Club I followed secretary and Mary Mueller, ns Schools in Key West. i .
by an of fun (
will be the hostesses at the showing I evening treasurer. i Report of all chairmen w't. i
,and games for all attending. '! Taitor..olaair. 1..dui i.cat rf
of the cancer film on Monday Incidentally, this dinner will : Mrs. Marion Vane; was the given, and each P:T A. prtsi i- a + ; -a 4 W HK acid, toil aald.ei. '
night. December 6th at 8:00 I of the dent account of the i ,
: take the place of the Club's'monthly ': principal speaker day, gave an at j $995fi4tul
p. m. at the County Health Department. having chosen as her subject. tivities of her school It was announced r
luncheon which is always i i
Fleming and Emma held the "What We Want for Our Chil- that a meeting will t-i' |
Streets Dr J, Lancelot Lester, day of each on month fourth but Wt'dnesi which i| drcn:' In part, Mrs. Vories said: held every month beginning with i

Jr. will at that time address the will not be held next Wednesday j 'They should be made to fl'ele- the January 'SSion. j I
the arttina d -- -- --- ,
audience on subject' of I
caned .
when the '
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and the public is invited to I
one only
the showing One new member was voted I Prizes To Awarded At llaby ShoirOn ,, i U tr. ;- .
It was also announced that the
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into the Club I
at Wednesday'smeeting -

Club bingo party will at sponsor the South a weekly Beach and Mrs., Mrs.Esther Pat Cain Kirkpatnck who was, I I I J'iew In Beachcomber Windows; !I ,/ Win'photo'

Restaurant be held Patio the first partyto voted in at last week's meeting, It has been announced that the It has also been announced FIREMEN: (tops) dig for the body cf 10.year-old Francis O'Don. 50 lia.d.ooe dw
on Wednesday, November took her oaths of membership.The loving cups which will be awarded I that. number of other gifts will! l' ;99 3 di..ta.d. n1..d.Mt art.
24th. at 8:00: p. m. and three prospective members four winners in the St. Paul's ncll at Washington D. C" as another fireman (foreground) administers Sprkliiia di.mad 1101 d"t"'R' rantvmbw.itw
each l be displayed in the Beachcomber
Wednesday evening there- present were Mrs Dorothy Da- I, Parish Bazaar and Baby Show ccygzn to Jchn V/halen. 12 on a stretcher: The boys 1 enb.nced by a side i1mrd..o.d
after during the season. via, Mrs. Madelene I Monday and Tuesday of next ; windows these gifts to be award j $150
Taylor and were buried alive in the collapse of a tunnel they were digging $7995s
Members of the Club are also I Mrs. Genevieve Duke. Mrs. Duke week have now arrived, and wilt ed as second. third and other:
I at Efforts to revive them were futile.
p ay -
planning a raffle, with the drawing attended her first meeting yes- be on view in the windows of ; prizes. Adanio Dairy is also giv..,
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to be held at dance
a which terdav the Beachcomber-Jewelers, over -- ---- ------ ---- -
of ntiik*
I ing an award a quart!
the Club will sponsor in the near Other the weekend ;
members present each day1 for month to of'I Brief; Items Of I IInterest
future and the date and other I a one r Ii
ed Mesdames Kathleen A pleasant surprise has oc*, DON7' HAVE MUCH fUN
details of which will be announced I te Iona Aiken. Teresa indud-I I curred in the matter of these i I the winners. i KIDS WHEN THEY HAVE

shortly. The winner of this Helen Cherwa, Edith cups It was originally planned I The committee in charge of the 1 i, lo Womenliru. ,2aro4

raffle will have his or her choiceof evieve Ewing, Frances Sehimmeyer -' that they would be of silver but : Baby Show wish tu stress that I CROSS EYESli1
one of ten lovely gifts which I and Vera Wood Mrs. ,, plans were changed and it now : the registrations for the children'I 1': spa: lut". for hllIJ'lay'meals

will be on display at the Beachcomber I Wood having been refreshment (!'I|I develops that they are gold, and i must be made before Noon onI 'uy b" ciiokot' whole It"i s" Iru mistaken belief that'children dab
t outgrow cross
'tl.. He ta mwil'el "
!rc un reni
: during the raffle 1 hostess for the meeting Wednesday ]I I vt'ry. very lovely Indeed a fit- I Monday that being the latest quart : Protect loved '-'- / -
nl dis ,I..n'd havesbefore : eyes your tore soa Gii .. -
The husband-and-wife i : top Diamond tenyx.
potluck +|tmg tribute to four beautiful hour possible for such registraitions. .'Inn" tli. tou"h curelike :. s one from permanent dis- __ 14K rl Maxmc wig MOfEM -
\va :
--- -- ----. ---- .____ 1!(I children, two of whom, up to IVz' i It is not necessary: to bring gurement Sat Recon -x' c. l4K acid.
Loud! should! b'
: years will be selected by the the child, but parents or friends center < nJ : i struction Method often 7
Taro Members I I nip;> d t"ff tl<'. successful ONE DAY.Over 6000 treated. $25 $37S0E
High School Band judges on Monday to receive I must appear in person. as it is ,
these cups and the other two, >! impossible to register the child I eootlttt.tli' Flntlaformalroathus
Return From I I up to C years, on Tuesday 1 I by telephone (i ii A simple cocktail sauce for FREE Horn tm: bijlitubo.Writ*-
Tampa Busy
; Days i
seafood is made by combining: clots EYE roONOATION. E 1 CRUISE ICCOUIT TODAY
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catchup eh'h sauce. lemon juice ot GRAHAM HOGJACKSONVftlt.flO loA
Ahead For Band; Band Boosters Dance and horseradish: chill well U.- 1 $975iias
Junior Red CrossI Notes
1 Interesting fore Delving L.mn .ama tad
Two members of the Key West large selection of new music at i( buthaoae et raf.6

High School Band, Ed Steen and : sight with a different leader for :[ Campaign i j The Convent of Porta Coeli in Lemon. parsley, tomatTe or ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand {old

Jackie Drudge, have returned each piece. On Monday afternoon i, Porto Rico is the oldest standing butter sauce' do a lot to point up EQUIPMENT -

from Tampa, where they attended 'I they practiced until four o'clock. !I II '\Successful l ; building in the Western hcmiI the Qavor of h-h dishes: \\'iter- : 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 .

the Florida State Band-I I Tuesday morning> they playedall 'I I Mrs. Earl Dillon, chairman of I sphere i errs is aLo an excellent' addition POLLOCK'S

masters Clinic as members of the I I the numbers recommended the Junior Red Cross, Key West j I II to a fish platter Place Your Order for i \\lIlllt\ 1 Q UflLITl \J'l

clinic band. for i the state contests for class A Chapter of the American Red I Among the political parties in :
They traveled to 1 Ceylon are Trotskyists, Bolshe : When baked custard is taken j PERSONALIZED.Christmas ) ; ,
Tampa by :I and class B bands and Tuesday Closs announces that the follow- r
auto Sunday accompanied by afternoon they rehearsed for the I I ing schools have enrolled 100 per '1 vista, Leninists and. Communists. from the oven the cups should be : Cards l$ JEWELERS

Major: and Mrs. Earl! Dillon and grand concert which was held cent and over in the Junior Red .I .' 'Hl t 1 jeooltid immediately! in cold wa- a aI I r
Mrs. Drudge, mother of Jackie. ,I later that night This concert }Vas Cross $Campaign, which endwP I v.Dutch or Net* c terlandi5h, a Teu-:;>H-ft prevent the ciutard continuing I NEW: DESIGNS l .

The ClinJclTarid- of one hun I wonderful: with six* choruses, a November 15thPomciana 'tonic language; is closely akin to 1l 1 I to cook from the heat re- I I,[ LARGE SELECTIONYou 508 DUVAL STREET

dred pieces, was made up of ,1100 piece orchestra and a 100 I I Elementary School,l Old English and Low German I I tv i"ed in the CUp>, i Are Invited To Look i!I Experienced Jeirelers for Three Generations I .

selected students from most of piece band Division Street School Conventof i I Over Our Line

: the Florida High. Scboo each i The Key West High School Marv= Immaculate Matecum- London has a Worshipful: Com- i'! Mitfctil parsley improve the I I '"\*

school sending from one to threeof Band, of which these two talented I be School, Key West High pany of Innholders. i fl\1": of coleslaw: add a generous I ___ -- ---_-_- -u t
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the best players. I young men are members, has ::School: Douglas Elementary and onuunt to. the salad before :
The boys that the folJ;n:: in tin s;mg. Thinly shred- '
report trip a busy program ahead of it in High School St. Peter'sParoch- The Catacomb of S. Pnscilla
was an education in itself and j the near future. Tomorrow after- ial School and Hams SchoolTeacher in I Ided green pepper also makes an

that they now have a better noon they will play for the official -sponsors for the above 1 Rome, contained a painting of a i jexciUert addition Beth parsley PRESEASONSALE'.
woman and child dating, it is believed add :
understanding of the their schools Helen [and green pepper RooHamount
goal opening of Truman Avenue are Taylor, Sister I
leader. Major Dillon, has set for I the former Division street and I M George Edmund John Mc- ]I and known, from as the the second earliest century representation -, I 1 slaw ; of vitamin A to the '

them. The Clinic band was they will also play at the Presidents Ferran Pinder, Mrs. Rebekah of the Virgin [, ,J ____
splendid they say and now they : departure on Sunday. I i Martin Mizpah Symonette, Ven- :( I
I It i. t".1i.,1| that ail l linn
I plint
plan to work hard with Mr. Dillon | Tomorrow night a dance is ora Mingo and Margaret Myers. .
1! The total of : < l'"I'd l fp.1I, ,
population all 'I'IlfllI
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to make the Key West Band being sponsored by the Band I I Division Street School, Harris ,.,
( i I North America in the year HmO ; ;:!w. r1 -
just as good. i I Boosters Club an organization School and Poinciana School are I
I estimated at about llion! -- -- --- -
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The boys' program was an ;I made up of parents and friends I II I making Thanksgiving favors for is six m 1----- .

interesting one. On Monday j I of members of the band, and will 'the patients in the Naval Hospital i i

I morning they rehearsed for five ,, be held at the American Legion :I Monroe County Hospital and I Some 50 cities;, including Detroit Go the( FASTEST Way

hours with the band playing a I Home on Stock Island. i County I HomeCalendar. Chicago, Los Angeles andS

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Of fir tickets to stymit violators $76.05* Starting Saturday

Key J West Woman's Club Presents I! with connections ,

Coming Events I WASHINGTON$63.85e

Coconut Cake To Trnman
Family
; FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19- SANTA CLAUS HAS

Book Tea, 3:30: P.M., Harris 31 Cities;in 12 States ; SPECIALS -
for SATURDAY!!
Food Sale Announced For SaturdayThe School Library. Sponsored JUST DELIVERED ""'-- ... -

by Harris School P.-T. A,I .... I
Key West Woman's Club Incidentally, speaking of cakes HOROSCOPE DOLLS ? .
All Interested Peruons Invited '
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on Wednesday presented to the and such the Club has an- I'' "A Doll For Every .1 Dresses Price. Sizes from 9 to 44

Truman of the of their I Little Girl Birthday" .
family a copy I nounced that one very SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20- .

Key West Cook Book togetherwith much looked-forward-to Food Dance American Legion Home,I
line Our I
of the most beautiful I I IA.yAu'ay,11I '
one Benefit High School Band,
will
Sales take place tomorrow
cocoanut: cakes ever'to have eyes Sponsored by Band Boosters I HOUSECOATS DEALA BRAS
laid upon, it. I afternoon Saturday, at 4;00 p. m. Club.SUNDAY. 1 =

Miss Margaret Truman upon ( at the Clubhouse on Duval street NOVEMBER 21- I TROPICAL TRADER 'PI, rbrCail '

; being confronted with this cake, I' lasting until approximately 4:13p. : Rehearsal, The Messiah" by OS-I 'PRICE :
was reported to have remarked !' m., if past sales of this kind Key West Choral Group I 718 Duval Street Phone 1000 cr fOUl travel g"t $1.00

that it was indeed :a lovely sight j j can be used as a barometer, so First Methodist (Stone) I
the things snaffled by 1--- --- --
and somebody bring a knife fast arc Church. Male voices, 2:30: : fe-

quickly.The cake, was baked by Miss |i the There eager will gourmets.be on sale home- J male voices 4:00: ,p 3:15 m.;All full members rehearsal -- 12 FULL GLASSES ; Strapless BRAS I .

her Etta: cocoanut Patterson cake long, and famous the recipe for j cakes made candies breads, salads rolls,and cookies baked MONDAY: urged. NOVEMBER to attend. 22- \ BLOUSES :

those who have been
for this jewel is one of the prize beans and Annual Baby Show Sponsored -

I ones of the Key West Cook Book, j i. fortunate enough in the past to j by St. Paul's. 4:00: P.M, St 1/2 PRICE $1.OO :
which contains practically every- !' get there on time need no introduction 1 Paul's Parish Hall. Continuation -! Plenty For All !
of
thing else too including Mrs. to the yummyness i I Tuesday, November23rd. 1.tL1[S-\ON 061 ,
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Delio Cobo is chairman of
which did not admittedly come j! Mrs TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23- {

directly from Mrs. Truman herself : the.committee ably assisted handling by the MrsClarence affair -. Fashion and Stage Show. Sponsored I ; SKIRTS UNDERWEAR }

l butV as "nevertheless I j Sweeting and Mrs bv Pomciana P.-T. A.

acquired through reliable than ; 8:00: P M., Elks Club Annex 1M.
nels by the club. j Mary Nicklas. 1: Fashions and Talent. !, ri.pKrw i ee -
1 1/2 PRICEs PRICE J
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Mrs. William Key Entertains | 6.00 p. m, NCCS.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 Gr SSFr HATS and BAGS at V? PRICE :
Navy Wives Club No. 88. Social I i s di0 ASST V F/Ui
Party 91s12 .
; J With Delightful Birthday meeting %:00 p m. St. Mary'sParish { c .ta.I i "'- fUU ?GUSSF.J_

e Lorena Buckley Ira 1 Hall i I LGASJI'' ,..lJ "'
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Mrs. William Key last night 'Thompson Sweating Howard Gates Fred I Oimi.\lf; TAGS ON .ILL MERCI1: :tWHSE! : : .

entertained with a delightful I Key. Etta Ranger Ralph Saw- r '

Birthday party at her home at Lillie Kemp Thomas Kelly. 'nMot" riche! y- e
I yer. Theodore Roberts CHRISTMASTOYS I r.=;: SHOP EARLYMARED
918 Pauline street, with a goodly George Sweeting. e :
I bdttl..f eep.ifiL.r. '
: number of guests present. George Key, Camille Robinson I .trI eJu> .
Games were played the prizes Anthony Ulchar, Paul Al- I ...".,.....! A.- nic.
being won by Mrs. Fred Key and bury Julia Knight. Lawton Watson !! .I;:.iaant cola r

Mrs Etta Ranger and delicious Arnold Key. William Taylor NOW ON DISPLAYUse d 6i -
refreshments were served. and the Misses Mary Teresa Our ConvenientLAY a 0 a R//N ,F, EAo : { DRESS SHOPOWNED

.. Those attending the party in- I Knowleis Mary Ellen Kelly and -A-WAY PLANI! FINER COL.t t -L VF ; +

eluded the Mesdames Bradley Lillian Ke>- 1.'Ii

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Tests made at the Mellon Insti- i SOS. the international radiu The Hobby Shop .. -.
tute indicate that cutting shav-I I distress signal has: no wordsigmtiAnce Bottled By. Pepsi Cola Bottling Co of Key West 's. Millinery and Accessories; s

ing or singeing do not make the I I '! It is simply three 1105 Division St. Phone 91 I Under Appointment from Pepsi Cold Company New York _

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I.. lIE1t3LtN 1WllltIN Ah GEORGIA GOEKISOK.HEKMAN I / _, 13 1 I Key Westers HE'S TILL ,OLIH ..STAn.. I-\IOILK. '" I I More() I Danes} Leave Home 1COFENHAGEN4il'lMnre 1-

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sa. | Share In Estate > and more Dims w.ln t. leave
a. J in other 1
their native country and settle down as immigrants nivtments

0f f 3154,611 America us cn(rally preferred: The Danish state runs
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i I an emmigration office Nine -----4I

g e ''._Ial '.Tile ll...... I bundii-d people left Denmark; in 1 I I >,\lin\\UM.s):
NEW YORK Nov 19-The
t es .1 2I 1947 770 went to the United I (Continued From Page I One)
S.. I tate of tht late Josephine M. States of America. the rest to I from this city and Shanghai Other
Reed of New York, in which / I
British dominions. This year 1OUW foreigners also are leaving as
oM three Key West residents share, !I .
L). nes have emmiRratcd; 650 fast as they can obtain transpor.tation
\was appraised at $164,325. gross i .
going to the USA 200 to Canada I I
value and $154.641, net according -
:54 tsn Ausli-Iia 26! to New I!
| : IS the findings here'today of The 'wings'of j living fibare
Zealand and the rest to variou. i
the New York State Transfer Tax j tally tins.
parts of the world By the end I
Department Stocks and I binds ... n| !this sear it is expected: that .
totaled $128.6f I. I more than 1.800 persons will have I
I leG' Denmark for good.
Jewelry .n The U S. has a quota of I I.IRI !
estate each go to Willi;'in ItMonsalvatge
$ nephew. fir Fir( mIng Danes vearlv No othei ciHintiv and RentedAlso
I street Rev \\e t, Paul M ..n.IvaU. w has a definite quota saying how' Ii i
r .... .. Danes will tx allowed to
neilwu. .,fVMi mans
:?? in Stovk--NSW:
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% \ ,treet Key West. and Maria R..h- untiedown in then terntoiv+ !''
f'rh. nice-. of "JO"! Noith 1 Beech I, Emmigrating Dines ale not allowed BICYCLES TKICCLEa

t Kcv Wcs>t Tlie (bulaiui '::111'- to to take with them more f i WAGONS SCOOTERS
k ; : other nieces and ni'plu \\.. than $50. The reason for increasing -
The testatrix died on May 13 I emmigration from Denmark I and SKATES

of this year ..PR' ...p nru I appt'ar.to: bt:. fear of "i
I I future md the Overseas Cycle Store
--- ---- European war ;
d' I'nolo
t I 'i mm.vis UISCISSES:( RICHARD OGLETP.EE, 19.year-old far myouth of Perry. Ga.. I filling that .I'I i&.t'l -I..te.ff. ., 320 Division St. Phon. 1310
I SoutfPHcgion-at the convention better ts ....................
TA1.MADGF 35 years old the nation's youngest governor is sworn in as chief executive (Continued From PClneJ was named "Star Farmer of the prospe* .....
at Atlanta Wednesday. The men in foreground. left to and I. of Future Farmrs: of America in Kansas City Mo. He
H G.rgi in naugutat'on ceremony I privacy rest that h".wanted: J JI
1 ir ght ,. M.r.u Giiffin. lieutenant governor: Gov. Talmadge with hand raised as he takes the I Fuller Warren was smiling and his wife. Jean look over part of the Georgia exhibit at t Jt

feath of <)free: Judge Charles WorrilL administer Jig the oath and retiring Goy. H. E. Thompson I broadly when h.' en:ened: front I the convention. EXCEFTIORAL 1USINESS OFFORTUNITYas
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I't' I' the Presidents quarters in theLittle
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t -np'1.. -M.I IK( : I OK I.V.IAMKs:: : :\t v-IionN I'KIV: : Later went over he White tn and the House Senator press yosterday hoadquarTS Pepper:- I T;;'urisl iiusincssiMajor t!'country.vacations People in manv ait I pai doin-0ii; move th AUTHORIZED DEALER' FOR

.. where" MrVarien was introduced I traveling} than ever before ano PH HOMES ,**- > **J
to all the newspapermen ) 1ildtIstry r i will probably continue tc cto So'
by the senator I He pointed out that summer
[ lecreational travel t<. Floridanow
Other luncheon guest it thePresident's S
Railroader rivals winter tl avl'l to tht-
quarters yesterdaywere ( Says < Shortly we will appoint ::5
This:
i for >state 10 or 12 vears ago::
e>p4. James Forrestal Secretary: C. V Defense Griffin. .*_..!..I t.Thr"' 11_., ; be said; "is illustrative: of the increasing I an individual, or lfmmt \ % -
citrus grower of Central MIAMI BFACH No19.- desire of the people to firm to organize and
t Florida of the general awakening I direct the sale of P&H -
in whose airplane Senator Pep- Calling the tout 1St bi.: mess a ma- travel and -
./ per and 1Ir.Yarr'n came here jor national industiy LciEh R ::: as to the potentialities of I Homes in this area.
".. I and Leonard Hicks manager of Powell, Jr.. president of the Sea the tourist trade. This is indeed I This valuable iron

-.J the Casa Marina Hotel who is a boardr Line Railroad. Norfolk an encouracmg sign" i chise is the foundation psi s .. ...ilahl. ,. ...N.of .
'=-'<' / '" / close personal: friend of Mr. Tru-I Va.. said here today that "over I a sound and permanent .w.ai hliu '..u''" I. ".I',' mind"a.dl .i i

.}r' '. Iman. ten billion dollars are spent: an- Stainless steel i.uuiins: about: business. No tambM OoKkhf -
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real building
"' Vith Forrestal was Maj. Gen. Alfred sotiatmn.of Travel Officials. in estate or -
the Robert Richter TRIUMPH you are invited to
'; Gruenther chief of the war < Hotel Mr.
Mans division sat in on the conference Powell spoke on Tue Haaln I I Contribution. to Recreational MILL details
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MI.\llIKItb T.\I.KS I Todav:' he said theie is no
I month in: the yeas devoid of :i'- Ml! Grocrtt HOMES
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) creational il.tl\'lty mt dint to ......u.u..uu..u, i
I entire peoples of these natIOns -- -- Individually S dP.RNISCHFEGE
are fating communistic lult

'I He told of how he went into a ,

I cafeteria one rooming in Lon- THREE HOTELS IN RHMII%' at POPULAR PRICES .-;;., ........ ...... 1-..... :_1....
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<.V! > \lirt'photo via RaclK> Loo: London I thing on the menu was -.paKlutti: Located in the Heart o/ the City I ptiws sttftt HOUSES POll WASHINGTON DIVISION WISCWNfINPEARLMAN'SI
In Germany, Italy I: and Farnce
CANNON OF THE HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY fire a 41-gun salute in London to he said, he had seen people act REASONABLE RATES ROOMS! fortRESERVATIONS
t herald the birth of Great Britain new prince. son of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Inlh ually starving -- -- --
background is the Tower Bridge over the Thames. The English went wild with JOY over In Italy tie found mole thin;, 20 with BATH and TELEPHONE I

birth of the little boy who may be England's ki ng some day. persons living in one room. with' I
\ neither water nor sewer facilities Ford Pcrshing Miller II III !
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1.A '(: lICmE\IIVS: : :: SIKIKI i: HLTirrci K\IOKI found four square miles of the Hold) hotel) Hotel :

I __ ._ .___ '_ city laid waste by Allied bombo:I 60 NE. 3rd St. 226 N.t:. 1st AT*. 223 NE. 1st Ave. I Ii! INCORPORATE*}
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to Gainesville: to the Fl's' i 1,1. ElevatorSola Elevator -'
Mt I .T""; TOKb' ; Elevator
University Miami t ni!"' I urn Heated I '
football game. L dc., h.. I'I i Key West's Largest LADIES'. MISSES' and CHILDREN Store .
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lined up on the Grace Line pier al New York with nobody to load them aboard ships. Its the result HAND MADE I UNDERWEAR I
of the longshoremen strike which has hailed' East Coast shipping. Tied up at lh> dock at .. .
left' is the S.S. Santa Monica waiting in vain for her cargo. HANDKERCHIEFS : NEGLIGEES

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marls. of fine craftsmanship N IIN ENS Bath Robes Eta i

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I f ROBERT t OPPER right, business man of Greenville O, holds his four.tooth bridge which was
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f: bound by the burglars who took jewelry a fur coat and a small amount of money. In addition FOR ARROW SPORTS SHIRTS 608 DUVAL ST. KEY WEST FLA :eI : T I ID
So pulling Copper's teeth. they beat him in efforts to make him tell where more money was : gj.
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