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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 20, 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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t \' .. I.XIX- No. 277 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. SATURDAY NOVEMBER t ; 20. 1918 PRICE FIVE CENTS







I TRUMAN COMING BACK TO KEY WEST





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: Two Hitches Delaying i I I -------- -___ ___ ERE S ROUTE TO BE i DEFINITELY RETURN




Settlement Of StrikeOfEastLongshoremen I I, : r eft.tl v'f 't tt tx FOLLOWED SUNDAY ;+ IIERE SHORTLYOfficial



.i BY TRUMANSI I IKey ; /V/r/y Preparing, To Depart/


I i From Naral Station; Sunday; Three

\\ "ter" iei i"Iiiiif to HOC President !!

I. C.hlef: ; (:.ause lies In*. -. .mil .Mr-. Truman a- the*' gu through; the city I !Navy Officers Luncheon Guests At

I Ir tiiiimte. In IMM-.I (:.hiea i Natalir field at
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Brains
t Annum Of WageIncrease IMan's t, IP Noon Today; Trninans Like City
I 10:30() : C a.m. tomorrow were lrurleil today I

; lo lie on the fiillouiiiu trecl, : President Truman is coming back again to Key Wed in the

r | Crushed OutjByAutomohile T rre-Mlenf official parlj' and newpaperiuen I 1 next few months it was announecd today while the President and

'I he* :\*" For .\daneeOf hill Irate the Caroline: street :pale of his party were< preparing to leave here tomorrow after two-week
'Uljjj vacation
.i ( 2.:; OutAn: Hour; I I the i\aal I Station "II to Truman .\\emie I Accompanying the President aboard his airplane which leaves

Offered IO; Want l (li\ioion Street), thence into Kooeeltl Boca Chica Air Field at U a-m. tomorrow for Washington will be
l nletaril. Mrs. Truman and Miss Margaret Truman.

l .. ., i the President and his wife and daughter. and the members of his .
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/n. 1. That there Mill he no .parking
NEW: VOHK Nov. 20.-Union Bridge Painter Found : i official group all were highly pleased with the weather and with
Caroline, Diital, Truman A\eiiueaml Koo" all the arrangements made by the U. S. Navy and the city while
krfiUis.. hip owners or. their Dead Hi Bit lri\er \ell Boulevard after 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. I I here.

1',1'I i<*sfntativc* and governmentci.iicllatuts this On Road At Marathon fA t\r4 u___ __ ___ ____.___ ----- I The President is coming back to Key West but I don't know
are in conference just when." said Ross. "It should be within the next few' months.
t>m-inoon trying to find a basis onvthuh Henry Chiiholm Ebanks. 19. MEETS" "Mr Truman his wife and)j k
to settle the longshoreii : ''''of 2323 Northwest 52nJ street MARGARET I'daughter and all the members of

strike along the eastern sea- '.: Miami was found this morningat = -. -..--...._..._ _-....,_ oJ the official group all have enjoyed President and the three Naval
every minute of the Key West officers were Mrs. Tnunin Grid
lowrdTtw : ,pa WII'phuto -
3 o'clock the CKerseasHighway
: on visit Miss Truman. The table w'is
heel hitch IS the amount' in front of the Marathon PRESIDENT TRUMAN his wife (left) and their daughter Mar- TRUMAN ATDIVISION The U. S. Navy has made excellent backed by banyan and coconut
..f the A. F. of L. trees bnlliant sunshm.
IIM rvda WilIeJ Trading Post, with his arrangements for the amiu uie
garet are relaxing on the lawn of the 'Little White House" at
iiiaritimr It-aJtis are demanding brains crushed out of his skull Key West Palm trees frame the "Little While House" behind : Presidential group The Navy is President Truman are at 7
and the amount the ship owners .I familiar with the routine of a. m. the usual hour for hm .
and his
body badly mangled. the Truman
are willm,! to e.i\e The striker handling the President and his had breakfast at 7:25 a.m.m'*
wh.> fu' "t asked for an increase of He was found lying on the road group. and this setup at the U. S. then went for a 20-minute w ilK
ill it nts -n hour are now de- by a. Florida G:..yhound bus I Naval Station is perfect around the Naval Stations At
n>. l>.tnus. : are offering an advance of to State Highway Patrolman i i TeutperatltresAt w.i- hone today, but the Margaret; part of the liamsburg was based within a U. S. Marine Barracks.
10 rents an hour Stevens. Stevens telephoned Act- 7:30 A.Moo EST I short distance of the Little White There he watched _and jok.*H
Another depute is about the ing Coroner Roy Hamlin about 'Irnmaii i i.* more than a century' old. .. House and rcade it possible for while Mon Walgren who was rl..-

length of time longshoremen are the case and he had the body Up i!I Stalion- TCIIiP.I :, III other ord-, Margaret; street i interTl Mrs. Truman and Miss Truman feated as Democratic candidatefor
mplovt-d dads,' They demand removed to Pritchard Funeral Street ; to dine with the ."resident" governor oi Washington,
... Truman \emie old l>iti i ision ,
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that if thev work .in two shifts. Home in Key West. IImiled I I j At neon t'xlatrw! President showed l a number of trick biUi.tr'i
the *should net four hours from "It appears that a wheel of an At UN Session Augusta 46'I 1 mid the lien "ipi: along,. Truman ,\\enne ha> had as hi-, luncl'<) guests Captain shots Walgren, who was onr ..

< inhl to t_rive and another four automobile passed directly ovci f i1Ungi .. -.- ....-. -- 30 the name Margaret right,.: alongside; it. C C. AdrlL USNVwrnnnr-:; .title holder! at biUunb, iuad to
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t l..iv'a fr iii%BM *Hkfive-4>%lock. If .,Eb>ulk't head. Coroner. lUtfdm i Dlnmnham .. 41Bismark I hIHaiiie rlr'r of iht Key West Naval Base: some Seemingly impossible shot
thin work only once daily they told The Citizen. It also seems Stale Will Not 1I ; 12'Boston i 'I 1'hi' riiriou* fart wa..een! today Cumm jn>!lh-r Donald Mn.Donald Then at 9:50: a. m. the Pr-,
that his became ham of .Ida, Mi""' tmri, who i U dent strolled down Trum.m
oak hit a strrtrh of at least six clothing en- :1. (:.imiiiit; USN >-ornTt in'ims officeriH: to
h..in tangled in some part o( the automobile I! 'lakeny' .\elion (hi I Gt -loiiin in a motor court at Margaret t Street Commando Jesse R Gay. USN. !Brarh.: as always. The President
\ ..n-lit.'His. wire before the and that he was diagstddlonz ; Buffalo III | | axe' -utive o i firer. of the- PrcstKntnl loves the warm water and UTI'
inki" union .leaders Pointed out. the wall for his body is ;J Tropo-al. ithont ; Ch..rleoton' 62 and Truman Adeline. ( Yatht: WIliam.sburc soft breeze that blows around the

""," .>( DMincn WI.ll ked a,. little terribly mansled:' 1 (:.oii-ent Of Israel" Chicago i I ."Well 'H' seen alum -i eterjtlunj:, hut. The luiKhron wa served on beach at Old Fort Taylor.
nl\ lull an hour a da\' and A oiwonei's jury \ie'> td the I CForpus Christi ., U I helire tin-i- ahonl the limit," ail) the lawn of the Little White : Ross said today that the Pre
.lniiMntlv| !I.u only two, to fivehoiiiv body in Piitchdid Funeral Home lll Tbr.'.._....... lrr*.li 1ienser 23 yon ean : and .it I p in Also seated with the i (Continued on..Page Seven;
MI that their dally rarnni anct adjnuincd till 2 o'clock Monday I i i PARIS Nov. jt 0 Philip Je*- Detroit 39El Ciinniiiuhaiii: ., who wan in the 1. S.niiy
I ....le \tvlow. afternoon by which tune Lup I tleleaate!: fioii tHe United Past' 31n. rationed at the Key \\'('- Barrack' *. (rotH *
Union leadersaid.. Coroner Hamlin said he thinks he States tf> the United Nations saidt Worlh 36 from lh- : ; ;
IIII"| |" i s 0. i 19OI I to I 19O7. He% now retired : Truman Avenue To Be
i, >..11 I l I. ...-I give 1.nah.rc-: will lie able to get mine paiticuIjis ' .0.. 11, .II" .enl work to tin Wide about the tasC Ilamlin left tnkt any attion rrfiardin? the Jacksonville fii! \rim. I
... this 01"1 nan:: fur Marathon to "'l division of Palestine --
UK i.i Mitli 'i lit hh-Bxl ;pa>po Kan..L'Itv :JZ -
make an mve--tia-ition. I, between; Jews and Arabwithout KEY WEST. tJJ Dedicated Late
Ehanks was a painter employed the conM.nl of Israel Icatueis per Key: West Airport 19I.w VENEZUELANS HERE TO Today
(f.llu''r". IIi l l h" the Overseas Road and taming 'to the division of theirtenitnrial Angeles alt.ouisvdle
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Toll Mi nice District He leaded gain in mint fighting Witfi Pp.:-uant j fiumans! p-i i r-

IKrr) I oral( I Radio: ( () : at NoUn.Pigeon who Key aLso with u a brother bridge i...tail 1 It',idfis' h.ivi, .mnourHvdContinued Meridian Miami n1inn"'ap'JIi.s 31} SEEK I TRADING ITEMS ",11..1 I:;'in. ".\i,v'nw'"sed.tite r"l'lIwriDI'I..n hanrifui'i -. will be Captain C. C. Adell L.s\: :
I ion. tntt will b> d''fjll'at-d late commander of Key West Naval
(painter I ( On Past: Seven) Ba..-. City Commissioner Looo.,
i MondaII. W Curry Harns. a: :ist-inl HII\ with tL.boiate ceremonies
I) Night state ..ltol n..y. said today tbpssibdity --- -- : New Memphis Orleans 41)45: Dr. lCul..rlnl; tl.lm.11t'liI" ', in r ..\'\.<..v' Pal ik_ Carbonell who suggested ih.m_,

I i-d that F.lwnks nv! \vitl ; LungshofclUCU'SiSh.jJic ) New York 62 oflci.ils'visit. ; : to ,nve.ti4ate ,- Captain Robert Dennisnn. USN. ing the name of the street to Ti. .
I I-n ( cv is
.. .. man Avenue and f* nnison
< < th. Filth llufII should be tnoioughhinvestigated Stink (Ofloilile the Presirk-nts Naval aide isvchedulfo' Carftarn
foul
play NUI'folk fizz: > posibilitie. of pun'hasinceornmtidrti's T
"It .niiitx .t"l\ of Walter, tmak<- a few remarks -
tet{ < 4... fiuM. asainstello> fe\er "It is possible Ebanks. mac Holds( Up Oklahoma City 20 1 'I rail** produced in Key telling! the group;>> to be Following an invocation or ti.-.
OmahaJ'ensac We,t for export to their country. .
Rev. Robed W. Weaverpa.t"
i th' next lHoa I I.M the ,\iiuiuan Cancer Society have been thrown and this phn a.... of the : Eli/nheth ila :$1Pittsburgh With K.-> \Ve.t Fie cargo; planes daily leave pleased '-Ir. Truman is for them of Ley Memorial I Church auK! ,
.. moving cal Miami fur the Venezuelan: capi- selection by the Hi tr St'f.1 I
wi lh' total radio tation Mtaflush be thoi. High. Queen ";ik il "'SA-tt shown him by
investigatiot' should < nuanoke ThelloifMMble'& Or RobertoMachHo .
Newton.,. director tol carrying merchandise unto the ctvMay..r Band. there will" be the a lit!
;I ,.41.1 l ttMtatTh program: I llooked into:' said Hams. \... ruil. , I -- rBuilders--- -------- i\o\ U\( San Antonio 3" < < mtahlt..mt.Vc..7.UCh. led Lofton Butler whi 'hsm .'
*.' f.fth in a screeof pthluat'rvMC in MMI-II acetMnpanle )($) ) ; : ; the sln-e i. will makea by <
iHnarkaNU.. "Tin- Cast of .Tin steamship! Queen Elizabethwith San Frant1'W' 46c.oaUle Sr.. is it rich countrit is! pointed "Ul1ahlt. .old es. then will ;.:. The Is,e of K.nest Ti,
lulian A. Arroo -
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: more than 2.01111( > passengers <; .Jj: rich oil coal Sold. and of the -fclU ,
i UM r'Ulhy Hut is desisned: tolfMk fiut but in lead the p.i..i": down Truman composer pine >10
, Hardware ,'on nurd( has been delayed three Tallahassee 43 consultin:: ;,ittornPN' of the Con mineral<. .. Welters will be present.Then :
< tvitk .nn'l n":>Citrt hers air Aven't" l Ducal l l.lnet, to thNav.il
wtnvtMnini p..h&lnsmultl& to 'l 1..\x m sailin for New York Tampa 731Vaa3ungtnn ,ulatt. sere \ .,H,.1. ,n the city .\ hortaR e-xist-s in mat'hlo.'rv. St...lionJoinin. ; city county md N.. .

I lluaa. met b\ 'I'ntu.ts who have STIUJMv LUMIIER YARD be.euof the lonashotemenstukt :; fi.J \t'"t<.tai 1I1'1..hme-m'lde prowls and "',- '. u :th him in the |1).11 side (Continued on P'ale sevenBt'lgl /
nlons the I''tem'il
i-urwiucrcd other mass killers TELEPHONE 816 board- the United States. Thi pj i pu < 'M tu" \','n<'iucSTEAKS tarn f'xH Items. The purpose ol a-- *- -
The p..cram. an informal li lj I I in - the visitins en\ojs is to stllnu-
i Minute discussion will be broad- i I .It seemed for a time that the. NOTICE' . . . !ate trade between the United New
;irti>t ship would go to sea today.rice t Lights
rest at S 30 p m on Monda>'. No- States and their own nation
,f'mh< i 22! Dr J Lancelot I.cs. I Queen i-ompanv Elizabeth decided berth to have in East the Dr. I.. II. Cii.i: >' trill reasi sate Dr. Maehado was particularly I
In Xi .in Mi I > Eileen S NOTICERegister the CfMnmt'rclalfl"hm
interested in
Halifax Nova Scotia. but when tits'/ i>ritctH4', hefniiiims mi For Truman Avenue
( ou. hlin i iiiiimaiKior in MonroeI..unt. engaged in around Kecst >
crewmen heard of the changemore ;; t."IlIC I "Mr; 1vl"uml ;
ol tin American Cancer now at Beachcomber than 200 of them refused Tl t>/>,li. 2 in .7 1'.11. \\" and the possibility of frozen .
Si* >it\ will lit the narrators for the SI. Paul's ANNUAL \ onme It fish being; shipped b\ air cargo -
BABY SHOW and BAZAAR. i I to s ul When 1 P" d"nt! T; ui!..an fonujto f. --- -
homeland.
-- They' said that New York lung' ONLY THE BEST HERE planes to his ,,
Cost of for Pretties I KWi 't t.a l1n h< v ill i!HIM I .
registration shoremen ,robabK would resent He was aLso int'Testvd in Florida IK' lighted;! with the new i iit I.<
MIAMI KEY WEST ( H. lthesl or Best Dress then sailing: as a move to CII'UIl1'vent See U r. 'IT ;i//i/ ;,,mi Key Imn. .... w iih v,.. s'uol I th.lt"r! :i ,"i n ttn:i ' BARGE LINE. Inc. ed. SI.00: all three. S3.00. conditions at the wharxi were the finest limes ht had i,,,n I" ?., ,. .v .11|| ,?' ,.1 t the bright;: bight; I
Registration closes Monday. in New York. Several crew'mi rai WATCHMAKERSCHOOL, perjonallx e\ei tasted! i, :' I'' ,. p, I .' ...., n n.t.II..1! ,aid, \.tf1 HW ..
CLYDE TELEPHONE MALLORY DOCKS SNrjrl F NOT. 22nd. at 12 o"clock hi I th"\ feared the resentment Dr. Machado: mJ L>i .\1 nooaeeompameH I... L. .. n..fi t? :.....1..(.. '.i .
&IIWlu ( : t would ui (' '. '. : I\O-t\' hung th,
HUl "vould! be such tne\ b bv Mr \1.10: ; I ! Barge If' tl2 Ihtealreel HATCH!! .. ,
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->\ the crewmen anrt it \\d' FRI. SUN. and MON. lI<'1id. ..
aid the Queen' Elizabeth ma' OV.. I
PALACE NSAT 19.20-21.22
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BENNY'S PLACE ....y............ CHILDREN \IplrP CHILDREN 30c
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4 ADULTS 3Sc -MUIll ADULTS 60c AIRLINES
I. 4 There will be no parking of automobiles on

V05 M MO( VI ON MltKET: i[ Hotel : PRICE TOURS Sunday from 9:30 A. M. until Presidential Party

either side of the following:
has
STORY passed on
THE GREATEST ..
> Formerly the Jefferson Hotel,, fi 411 .'1.1., g i. _I

7 A. M-11 P. M. I It 114 DUYAL STREET OF OUR TIME! On Caroline street from Whitehead to Duval.

Open _\ FOR SALEI FOR SALE.! On Duval street to Truman Avenue.On .
if OPENS THURSDAY \
; Truman Avenue; from Duval to Palm Avenue -
.W. Sun SPANISH and AMERICAN COOKED FOOD t Nov. 18th Good Lscd Cars

OYSTERS CHICKEN and SHRIMP in the Basket. .... ......... Roosevelt Boulevard.
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I. Rnleutrulvtl't ii TWINS GARAGEYour JOSEPH O. KEMP.
.G_ HOlDe.Madl PIES. including Fresh Coconut Key Lime I. lrlrly Signed)
8ENDRTflfY68.81C FOfll Chief of Police
Friendly Studebaker Dealei r
.Famous CONCH CHOWDER ': 4 169 .
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.. P IKTISI'. 0.._.. aSda ............. news dispatch from Paris says By Th Associated Press r acce9 : I> tiP -OK MWMIOK '01T" *.
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"...." U. ,.. ..,'. .. _- KMHtlUt. l\" PIUIHITK.OTICKOF
S a'rooM Th' ,'111.." MmldlitsT that delegates of the fifty-eight United Na- IJ 1 la r. pstaso ..4liitl)1P
ce,-.. __ s4 AR $'r.ta NETWORK PROGRAMS I ITsr. / i ; flflttETtTS.lhceerd.
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:- r. 7. M..*ra. ,'.u." tions are hammering out a declaration on is eastern standard. W.rcn I BY EMILY NOBLECHAPTEB I \" .\P..I."TIO.. FOR ;
I tral standard subtract one hour, for i i As N..f..,..,.. \ %,, iI'itHllGI I
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:. claa maU.r freedoms in strong. simple mount ln ,tandard subtract twohosru 1 S..II..I .. .
lb.,....a, .... ".a&. t14a.. -.4 fundamental I i ti .-rrl y given fo all
Some local utatunscan0ehou .. thai Lou II
h..m it ma .o..rn
: .a.a: : SY T.n: ,"IH ITEII PRIS language with the purpose of telling the Lnt,' ..1.. relay. t. fit 'loch; a''ul. ,.. 3 and impudent as he !Is when you in California. I told you that before KolM-rt. as 'K\f utrlx <.r the I.ae(
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.1 uhng. can. "
.. .. .atliled to orogan
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-- cb. A..IaIPd tar. I 1..1".1 I brought you here today. : Utll and T -. lam* it of Itirdio Ke.h-
talk
that
.,._ hI'' r..rd rtM>* ..( all a.s diMWlrb cr..ditt.eS.1 nations of the earth to give the little man not bo .Clu'ell. \ fRS. MONAHAN had a size to me way. I -rtttottWH d. ban fil -.l with time
-.. mt IM* Mb.r'.rtM .1'''4ilM< In Ibis papF. and t *.'* and that "If you called him Tuffy like "She ain't. Shes up street I 1' ll.n..rMHa. ,ni"nd K l...rd. .'...ant -
..aI .... ..ikll.h.a h>r.-. life. t immobility was mon- her and-" I' .. ., ,
|M lfc > f everywhere a decent SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20Ev.aisr umental but with> it. as is so often the rest of us he'd love you too. saw |I I > Judxe in and r. :M< nr" r Connlv .
l and has
: .. ..< Mirriox NTP.<. .. When the United Nations was established ; the case went a disposition that 'His' name is Terence= as hisfather's Lottie shook him. "Don't con .MorliU".... aPI.lk"U..n|her l Final f"r 1.1"her ._. y..v .._____. .111'1'1.1" | i was most gregarious. Sitting in was." tradict me. Don't say aintDon't : ttt "u.'ri"
luLtb. .: : in San Francisco no one thought 6:00.Newscast-:N.w. Broadca.t-nbe E\trj Da-b : her window whenever she wasn'teating "Sure and wasn't he always -" I Pitted" this :J-HU day. or October,
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% ; :1 4II A .. :._ .. -- -. J> Sports P.radmb".a of the life of the street. Toughey cried the tat woman. isbi) I.si the l Last Will
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A ltsee'trix of
.sumbrl'-lIlba-w.
: rights for the people of the world. The Take a She was humming a song to "It's all on account of that com Lottie whirled on her. "'n1ere I and Tcxianx of Uir. _
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\ 'T.: (:IS-Religion in w ube .
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':. : ..... k..a. .. "'PI'.....,..." committee undertaking the declaration, Like :Success:> Mrnio.-cbs herself as she looked out into the mon longshoreman who is tryingto you are. Teaching him to disrespect d. <-a- ..U, .
To Ja Announced-abc street through her closed win- make my son as common and Letting him call I w' rrnnT ii:\nnisUornet ,
-. # .. .PU'I'L. .,..TIC t: does not intend at this time to seek to C:30-The :NBC Symphony; dow and tried to ignore her -and low as he is." mreiik -like a slum lhJcL'" \ for .lsea'ilrIS.nOi-neaC53.SS.l94L
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-S., *j rt. ...._... ..."!..... pwni ..t.... *il| IHc > give its decisions: the authority of law, I Marry Wlwier I Sport**--ab daughter. Lottie as much as pos "Pon't run down" Pat Bulger. "Well, be knows I'm only a
0 ..... I sible. Lottie had and stand it. The fat woman'seyes I
sri uer M Ik* ruts >( l. -... a I. I'once Music-mb -east. come alopg slum Granma. BIIK .
= 0.,' us.ros..u.I P.t hur. h.s from but. as w e understand it. intends them to TI UII or fral>e mbs-wcal I made.. her close the window. In flashed. "Don't forget my >OTKK. OK ( .tI.i.iel FOR
.. ::;: .::: : : Lottie controlled herself with a Nun. i< h..r..h> (Sivrnu wh'mtar ,
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I. be .mr. -I.tu a .. fine that it his
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:15! -:Ne s and CommentarirebsJadi i fact Lottie herself had firmly miss was money .
lit .,... the 7lh day .
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TMv tsu I. us ", n i I"niM and 'I'.ItO' 41'.to ''- be a moral guide for all nations. BeaU Comment abo school desperate effort. "That settles it. t mux
... .. .. ... j closed it and locked it so she that put you through high .\ l' 1545. Vie
S MH MMI .! ....... ._sruu.t ., ,. <- l. a| .r' Even if mother thereare l'e.rnil r
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. .. ._... 7:00-\1: Favorite Husband-otsTr. couldn't it without' and fancy ideas as well you ate my 1 :\I..; ..;- r<..,; Srt
-.. l.l r .l. km it! .ill u'"I pul.li-h .. ., There is !some danger in any general ..._ Uan.l Show bcIl push up again gave you things decent I I I. M in h. .r -
mmuk5,..... iry getting out of her chair, nd that as feedin all of us includingthe some a personcan't lluii-- K' Florida. the ,
.. ....an Ctlls Musicians-mb. ? stand." 1 :: ;..nl\; ',:;nnicoi..sersofI : i
---- --- --- declaration of human rights if the conclusions little Tully don't want l'- r.i of (> ( %j
7 30 Vic Damon Show nbeati4hn was difficult onee she was estab- you .......
: I Pat came bursting in from the M" roe e.....,Y. FS Hill open T
\' .Monroe Hand-cb1unions lished for a good sit. She never spoiled. I .....
of the committee are to be ratified li al..1 bi haand j
Jury; TrUl.-ab had been very fond of her daughter. Lottie's face was very red. "I street. his loading book still over f I installaU. al IhM.09-7.4 <'...niv 9
by the nations involved. For example News lroadc.st-mLe Lottie. She hadn't been a might be grateful for some thingsif hu shoulder. He gave a roar of i| Jail. K.VVvt.. Florida ..f the follf J
45-VIel! Alien Sport*-ml* you'd throwing them into joy and hugged Mrs. Monahan. ,.. ni..nt. R
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baby like Joe. She had always slop inK r'|ni|
-MEMBER <3> I94CmritoYExnm if the United States endorses: a treaty, 803-Hollywood Theater-obo I seemed to be contemptuous of her my face every time I come to see "Florrie: I Did you know the i 1 I .\ iiivbioiml ,vlainip M.l' T'3 l- 4KI !
Sing It Ajiin t.uiz-cba news? You could never in I dml cell with automatic Mr -- *
why I guess
understand
setting forth the rights listed; by the representatives Johnny 'tntchor. comedy-abc home and family even in the crib. you. I don't It I I l ..r Said wll nmi i In. |.|>r.\- K
thousand can't be -
bother here at alt"fl a years. true,
nations thettt'uty 1'0.0'y 4lutio" Qusa-mbs She had averted destined to become coming !. Imat.b 7 r rot X 7 feet X 1 1. fwl of fifty-eight 8:JO-Truth or Consequences just what she had becomea don't either. but it is. un llw ,.iil-nl.. and ap|r.\mial fll
will have the force of law in thiscountry. Am,.iz,n. Malun*-abc I ladies' maid. Even marriage The girl was a bit taken aback. He gave tier: a smacking kiss I l\ C (...-l x trot a" S '-..1 ..n 1%
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I itlatins at -nibs .
and she pushed him "Go l Ufif
hadn't helped and Terry Ma- "It's evident I'm not welcome away. I the iBKide < must .
9.09-Hit. Parade, Sinatra-nboU on with now. I know Rosalie's ( 1..t.. '
"You're welcome long as you -
AU as you
dead. that
I tnp-r, Take! All-oh* honey was remained All bids inane n<- In the hand.* of ,
.: (;""g Ru-tMTi Drama-abo of him was Tuffy." the remember I am your mother this come home. Tuffy ran in to .. .. '
FOR KEY WEST It should not be overlooked that while I the I .abriel. liocttermbs9lhi.annl. I boy who insisted on being like is my house and it is Pat Bul- tell us. I 1 P.5I..a T.........'. T>...-...nl..-r' .'htisit. \t
: ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN 1 many Americans believe that the human Rosa Show-mbs3O his father. Tuffy was r playing; out- ger's home. lie supports us. me The boy fairly jumped Into I '
: -JuJy Canova Shew-nbeJt side now, revelling in the thin anyway." Pat's great arms and was flung up I The .'_... ..j..<.n r.M>rvH She
lights to be asserted will be those: in accord I Pays to lie Ignorant-ttV.Sat : snowflakes that fell lazily in the I Lottie; stood up. "I'm glad to into the air.wI saw her" he right to accept .or rej- any andI
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\ a :My V im abo I'all hid mad pursuant" t this a.l-
5 L Mart Hotel and ApartineDta.so : with American ideals the fact is that (;uy Ixmibardo ahow:; -mbf j dusk as: realizing it was too late I hear you say it Now I can tell squealed" excitedly. "She came in I verlbM-ntent
:. B.*ch and Bathlaf Pawill L I 10:00-Dennis, (lays Dav-nlHome for at all. you what 1 came to say-andstraight" a hack. ( Key \\eat. FlnrMa X.,eroh..r :3rd.' 1
these ideals are not inogue in many Town R".niuntla "Of course she did. Ladies always 1944. iR
Mrs. Monahan smiled and Lot-
:"; 6. Airport. -Land and Sea. "VIn* ynii", -abc "Wouldn't it be better if you come in hacks. I ran up and '*iS C \WVKR.
countries of the world. tie shouted in a most unladylikeway. I .
( Chicago Theater-robs |
hollered C1.rk hoard of 'onnty
the door
C C (. CMMoUdittoa County and spared your breath? through to her, i
iOO-r-.id: Ole Oi'ry-nbo I l'nmisslnerv.
= Ctty Oownumnta.COmoninlty The end result regardless of present Mil.taiy iboi-ba I III. don't listen to what Florrie. She's coming over to sup i Florida.
lav tuft ..Ioedownab0iiOO "Why you \ IRS. MONAHAN'S eyes were per. Everybodv wanted her but I noc.Ci39.i94&Is !
-L AuxUtoitum. professions will be that the other nationsof rm Mother?"
saying t her" Still
.: -Xc.: & V4rietynbeVtieo. I firm. There was a commotion we got holding Tuffy. I ..
Sf .. :2 hrs..-cb" The fat turned her head he to Lottie .
the world will on the United ? s. woman and a boy of eight came tumbling managed give a side- '
gang up New ami Dance Hour-a beKorn THK 4 IK I IT f 01 HT OF THKr .
:- : .s a Krai,km.-mbIt reluctantly. "I've been listeningto into the room his eyes shining. swiping kiss. "Ain't you glad you :I.":\ KXTII: JlUHItl.. C IKI"I IT
States and set up a human rights program chatter for over twenty- came to see us just the .
:30-Dance Cunt Shows-mbs your "Granma it's Rosalie: She's right day? I UI-' 'I.ltl"T".I: 4i 'I.<<'HI"011 \
that embodies their ideals.An 12:03-D.nllDI COntinuctl-lIbi'lfC: eight years and you've never said gettin" out of a taxi in front of her We gotta have a swell supper for I' S I. .' 'u" uti: tot 'T'.
-_ IU\UGn.\I.1I: : ; anything I wanted to hear, so I house. Everybody's runnin' to see Rosalie. We don't have a swell I' I It"" .;,.,. .
idea of the general nature of the don't expect miracles now." her. She.-" married lady from California c.ace. ".. ll-Ii.'i.S. 1
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: Harry S. Truman. declaration comes from the report that Lottie's eyes blazed hotly. "No Mis mother caught him bv the every, day." foI.\Ifon J I .sii.v.l'ialoisff..

: ; the I'mtftl' Stairs.K'ry NETWORK PROGRAMS wonder Terence is as disobedient shoulder. 'Stop Iyin::. Rosalie IS I (Te be ceatlnaed) I I .". imisoltimMsnv 'f'
IfrtIiIeftt| uf the ideals of Russian: Communism the Tm., .s eastern ."arll. For un. I I., H" ): .(..\ l'.\n.Y. I-
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civilization of the Orient and Western .n OontanStandae 0 Subtract two I Oil III-K: OK PI WI.M'.'TIO\ J
: hours. Some local 1 .h'o" change To: \Iar'\' l......il.i. Italic. 1 12s
!kr The .
Harry : Veterans
Democracy have found "a common meeting hour of relay to fit local' 8che".r.s.; CM'UUn.l Ur.; X. W. '

: Au ", vnir. Harry. l hut nut K"">.t'. place." I Last"U lie minu',nclullcII.; prOliram chanllU; ,an. ;! Y.<..'antnn are h nh.ui.-rli. required lo aniwar J

: Corner t.. tb. Hill <>f Complaint fur !
TillIACU: :
A special article, written for the As- iMvorre In the ab"Vf 'yl..1 I case on
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 ur ttrfarrtu- 21rd: day ..f lw. .-inor. (
sociated Press Clark that
by Philip
ow says
A. It. 1'4". "llirr.lxe the j
Aft....... Questions regarding National i therein will I..- lakrn anThis I
the declaration seeks to elaborate on the ,I
S 1:00-America United. Talks nba a _ _ Service Life Insurance and .other r4r. in t.> l I..-
: : HAS -WHAT IT TAKES"U "fundamental human rights" mentionedin :\...l Commentary Veterans Administration benefitsare ...k for f...ir',............an.gati..1. '
American Almanac-abc 1..1' Ke \>bv' -uiien..
the United Nations Charter, but that News Commentary-nibs asked frequently by vet 1..IoII..hoo4. al K.->' \\ '

: | >fi.r. and uftrr. in word and! in art4M. I I 1.15!>Opinion Commentary-cba erans. Answers are obtained Counl>. Kl...ri la. ._ ... of .-.
next year "the delegates hope to completea Editor at Home-abc iN.ne ....1 iirl -r l Ibis ISlh day ;
News: uroadaatmb.1:3OCP'tcao from the VA and published by ....., .\. I'. 1S4X I ItSMIlT '<<
4: al'I'U"| | tu |1"litit.|$ $ .< mure MI than toy convention or treaty of legal enforcement Roundtable-nba The Key West Citizen as a serVice -' R'BW t' \\VTER.
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Tell It cbs 1erfc of <' ('irrnlt m'ure.
Again- j
.. ,.* .uth.er railing.V which would apply sanctions against Sundayespersabe. to our veterans.Q .M'iBr"-; : !.:unt'>:. KI.-ruU..
S.nginj Canaries-nibs : I am a World War II vet its: .-l..rriM-e' Kf;a.s ef. uPrpui
: \ ami that imludr know countries violating the declaration." .'I.rlt.Mli..jJ. .
you, V'S-The Music Bos-mbs eran and would like to know : ) v

*. who dt-monstrati\e The total result to be expected at this 8:GO-First. Piano! Quartet-nba how J. V Porter.. IV. .
HMO? politician* wrrc K*ul l of don K-cbs to get a concession to I fur' l'ialntlff.nv.Zw.7drc.4ii.iSi'i *

ami l"arW- lap|
Irtit after their election tht'). cooled dawn. races of the world is that the progressive Theater-oba hospitals : OF %WIFOR BID M
A Under TS
Public
\our There-tbs : Law 636, Vet- :1.5195 fcereb given to whom
M..MIP itt them, to Ire Indeed we, and that nations will be bombarded by complaintsfrom ",Ir. Pr..ident-abc. erans Administration operates It ma romern thai un the .Ih daY f
X.as.tuaas'; i'ancl-nbs ..( l>..Veroor. .\. !I'. 354%. a' 7.30 *
T ,** .y include you al>Hi. know of men. in the le.ss-developed peoples. Nobody 3:00-=V- Y. Philharmonic canteens with fountain service !'. M. in the MonnMOo, ..fly Court tfHouxe
News Broadcast-abc and a stock of cigarettes,, shaving KeU.-...t..rld..... the >
'Hv4"' y a l re-and-aftrr an tlt'ctiolwhu will make any serious effort to enforce Music l'QOdc.&st-mb.. and similar Hoard of Count> t'nmiooi'nerj' of .-
3:IS-Future of America-aha I IDE.N cream razors Jl.,nr.. County. Florida will 1 open J
;a "fMit their waving hand into their pockets any of the "rights" in India, China, Africa 3:30-One Man's: Family; -nbaTreasury j, Items. Therefore. VA no longer sealed 'himis. fof the fClI'rwlng.. WM4L. .
the road no und -
Construct on
in th* alter tage.. and barely nodded toy and parts of Asia. The effort will be concentrated Juvenile. Jurymb.4OQQuia Band-aSo. lets out concessions. "r ....""'ru''ioa on lOg Coppltt
i Q: Can National Service ... Florida a
.:. *u when they met >'ou.Of in the United States and other : Malone. Kids.Talk Joe-Ke1lyboTed aba. 1 '2.OO. :f Life Insurance my include coverage steel.Y. :MonrtMunt briilKf.. a.....TdmK to plan

:.: .coonthere han been many ex- centers of modern-clay culture and civiliza- I House of Mystery; -mbs a---- ''for tota: disability* entitled T.i5tJ. H..its'Con of"tru Prposeditridge <.ted ..a
4:IS! -Johnny Thompson S ng-aaa I .
j A: Yes. For a mall additional Road From tile oppitt Key to
''(,(Una, here in Key Went an well aele- tion. :30-N'ews. : Liv.of ) 4S-nba ,..-lnrr. ''' Kean.l spc.iicaii'.flM I
a SLwa.! to Stars-<:.bs ; ;, premium. there may be added to ,'. ii. Iiaile\. ,
w fir re. Wr till know of local politicians: While the intelligent people of the tip-:a Record-abc L- i: any NSLI policy a total disability a'm'unis prepared Sun..r.hy '
Detective il terles-mt 1 'IiS2'.l22
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: whoitr dUpoitition and friendliness United States will favor to 5 t Q. rider which provides monthly 'opc'; of planami peoifi< ations
: are any step pro- :00-Jane Pickens! Show-nba nsas ,lee ,.taine.l from O. C.. tUilcy.

:: jut the name after an election as: they were mote the development of the backward Quiet Bob Shadow Q.P.rase Lewis Dramamb.5:3Gflot Pr.wa-at.e how-' cbs 2i'': .I I3Z'2O'O'zli4" j, is payments totally:). to disabled the insured longer while than he .Court....Dty llouKex Sur..r. \Monroe\....Florida..'.nly.

;l' before it wa held races, in this country and elsewhere, it :. Mem'l Concert-nba ii '! six consecutive months. Such All bid Md.hj.l lM ml "r' Ca-.hier',IM rompanied or' rerlifleaberk l.v

*, Hut outstanding among men of that would be a mistake for this country to put I;'"luke utinier It Spy Rich Dr&wa-aba-cbs FHL \ :, payments begin with the seventh .a. equivalent ,.. ten I .tnt .r the mtiniated totalott
Uuiiit Hasu misveiling month of such total disability.
: type. MI far all The Citizen recalls. i U Fuller 1 itself at the mercy of any voting combination as a The work' ;on not IM- vubontra
[ ;, Q: May I assign my National .".. mitbout tim'i'unty'lm written
\\'irren.. Had you been in The Citizen's in connection with so-called "human '.OO-Catholic Radio Service nba! Service Life Insurance to a lender ..f.lkventXII .
The Family Drama-cba: < I.Wmuxt lie in tbe ban.li .r
.office Thursday afternoon and heard Fuller 1 rights" News Comment-abc .: who will lend me money to go the Count.\. Clerk on or before 1:1"::
1 Roy Coders, Saow-tubs into business P. M on Tuemfc. O".Dlber 7lb.
.w Warren talking, you would have There is another serious objection to t:ISe s Summary; -abo Life 1'41.
National Service
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mmiv.i..n reserve* the
.- thought, assuming you did not kr.ow other- the scheme of the delegates and up-lifters. 6.30-Oziie l')r)v .'&Itb and Concert Harriet--cba nba Insurance may not be assigned as I right The to aPt or rejettt any and

: w .e, that he was election Greatest !Story-abc payment of an obligatIon. all olds made pursuant to this ad-
campaigning
: for The United Nations was established: in the N>cW Carter. Detective-mbs ? I \.ertiment
j Q: I Converted my NSLI .... Wet-i, .'I..riol.ov..ml..r: :3rd."
: 7:00-Jack : I \
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ittttead of having been elected. hope that it would set the machinery of Denny Show-nba 6Wtn
up let l I"U.
'lene Autry bhow-cbs |! about a :.ar ago but since it .' .
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lie U sincere and eager to serve the peace. It was not intended to be, and I lio feaerloclt:; for Uouse-Holmes-nibs Quiz. -aba j lapse. Can my permanent plani I rk K IbMnl.tt5 SAWYKR.Cl. ..r County.

|....pleof Florida efficiently. his heart i iT is should not attempt to become a law- 7.30-Phil and Al ce-nboriiva i be reinstated by the payment of .'..n i-I'cit! : :. ....,.. \
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wl in guing the of the ,' and Hall AndycbsdtIeeie EbU I : two monthly premiums "\ .IJ-'I.Iln.: :! '
eople
| tate the be.strK"Vrnor making body and a law-enforcing agency.Accidents I Gabriel lleatter.1I..o-abo buow-ii.bs &R be j A: No. Only term insurance; .

they ever! had. And. together I:CO-Charlie McCarthy-nbo /'LAiV2$89 15'2V Ii 2' |__ JT1 IS 2*.Ii'Vn may be reinstated by the pay Subscribe to The Citizen. #

= "i\h-rarlllint'erity\ and eagerness, he has on the highway are just as )Stop iiI (Spade;lie Music Adeoturoa.t.Uulz. -abc M I ment of two monthly picmiums "'Jf
In* Meuiation Board-robs In reinstating converted insurance .
.: th{ capacity to work hard in his endeavors fatal as enemy bullets if you happen to bea t:30-Fredllen Comedy-nbe on a permanent plan, all STRONG ryvvvvVvVVVVVVVVVVVVYVYY'ARM BRAND COFFEE

; : attain hw goal. lie has worked so hard victim. Philip LnJer: Marlow Arn5t-mb.Drama.its ? I premiums in arnars must be

:: Mute liu nomination last May 8.00-\lerrv Go Round-nbo .: paid with interest. TRIUMPH
""I :j: : to coordinate Helen Hayes Theater-tts r'I r'f\ : I COFFEE"

,., ; )hi.s$ forces to give: Florida an outstanding: Equality of economic opportunity is :Secret tsuuday:; ; .MiSMOu Journal, Drama-abc -mbs \ \ ] t Veterans wishing further mj MILL

- r administration many of his: friends have the strength of democracy ; whatever pre- ':15-Hull)wood Comment: -abo -7' \ j I formation about veterans' bcne-:
30 I
: -Album Fanjll'ar! alMlc-Bug at
.feared: he may overtax his vitality. But he vents us from achieving this goal should I Our Miss Brooks' -cbs I j fits may have their questionsanswered
Theater Guild Hour-abe by wntin-i the neai est All Grocer
I fuuls: plea&ure in his work and that cir- be eliminated. Uolliwood< Comment-mbs4S I t, "'w '1 1sconabt. p I VA oflicx.>>> i
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: -Twin News Commeat01b.10OGT..k. & & &&&&A&&AAAA'
I 7": cunintatice tones down the :strain one's 1-
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Ill It or Leave It-nbo --- -- -

-I :- nervous system. MAN'S HEART OF GOLD Lum V'oh:es and of Abner btrinca--cbs nibs plam. I i _I__ #i- -=-- : -- -: :

::1 = Fuller 'arren has "what it takes" to -- 10:30 Caum-Horace B 13 Heldt Drama! Show-cbs-abs AP News!eat tires :I ....... ........... ......".. ..

.= m. "t" a good governor. Every once in a while one finds an Commentary Starlight Moods on.-Movies mbs -abe. A TWO-STORY HOME with the snug appearance oi a cottage

item of news that tends to support the 10:45!>Gcorse.. SokoUky; Talk-aba this Plan 2589 by Rudolph A. Matern. architect. 90.C4 161st St.. i

I :.j-: WHO GIVES TO WHOM? theory that man, despite his differences 11:00 News-News. Variety&: Variety Dance t hrs.t urs.-nbe-it: Jamaica 2. N. Y. has a floor area of 1.521 square feet including 1 FOR SALE 4
News and Danes Band
I -abc both floors.
has. heart of gold. :News.. Dame liand, 3 urs -tubs I The first floor den can be used as a maid's room; or 4

r 12.00-Daucmc Continued. -abc west guest room. By omitting the garage. the house can be built on .
: \ Marine( Corps" war-time base in _
The
entire nation was interested in a very small lot. The architect suggests an exterior of field. !

= California covering 428 acres, having the phenomenon which hit Donora> Pa., I Your stone. white clapboards and a slate coat>> for an impressive job. '

I :.: iiKm( Jhan 100 buildings, valued at $1,000.- this month, when a heavy smog killed a HoroscopeSATURDAY although the design lends itself to more economical materials :[t White I II :

I. :e; 000.! has been given to the University: of number of people and injured other sufferers I NOVEMBER 20 as well. I 1

I 1948--T Klay's mind free and - -. --- 1I
California according to press dispatches from asthma and cardiac diseases. is ;: -I
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'Through the of dependable and the intellect rather TODAY'S rind Cardinal born in New YDS-kANMCKS4UIES .
: courtesy" : the War Assets Nearly everybody sympathized with the subtle and perhaps inclined Died Sept 4. 1-933- I NEWSPRINT i iI

.- Administration. I victims but not many did anything for to the ascetiC. The whole spirit : I' 1872-Joseph M. Beeves, ad-

.. We raise no objection to the gift of them. I is luminous. faithful and strong. (Know America) s tiniral. commander-in-chief of the

I .*" thLs property to the California institution Not so, however with the citizens of | possibly philosophy.: turning religion to the or study kindred 04, 1540-Johik RuSs dI1 ?,YgjuJg. {M .S Fleet born in Illinois Died I 500 1 1

." but the people of the United States might Wilmington North Carolina, who have subjects and probably teaching New York cwlumnM an iuthoi. March 25. 1943. Sheets25c
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I.interested I.III I and writing of them. famed joufnjilQt abroad,. Himstei'
: knowing how '
much
Gov- arranged to give a vacation at nearby to China where he tX-on'Chinese Cream butter and aid lemon 81/2 x I

Jcrnment property the War Assets Admin- beaches to fifty smog sufferers who most SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, confidence to a remaikable ex- Juice, n.hoppcd- parskvalt II 1 I

iM rat ion. or some othc-r tent, born in Ireland. Died Jan. and P priKa mix well and serve
Governmental need
a recuperative' trip and are unable to 19-18-Today's native has a studious .. :,
broiUd b.ked f
:. agency& has given away in the past few pay for it.The mind, very comprehensive 17 1899. over : : I I: 1 1f

and delighting in the higher I 1855-Josiah Royce. famed ZZ I __- .
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I-1 years. vacation will be given the victims problems of life or science, and Harvard philosopher born Grass rtrnajEi

, ;: It might be an interesting subject of with no charges. Two airlines will fly I deposed toward literature or 1 Valley Cal. Died Sept. 14 1916. Your Grocer SELLS Thai GoodSTAR f A Press \ I

Congressional mathematics. The life I!' 1866-Kenesaw Land, jUrist.
investigation to ascertainJ them to Wilmington free of charge and appear : : : BRAND

.a the basis which the surplus the citizens I to be sedentary, and monetary baseball's high commissioner for :{ : CITIZEN BUILDING
UJMMI proper- of that community, with the returns: may be slow in coming I I24 years, born at Millville, Ohio. : AMERICAN COFVEE + PHONE 51 :

: tyofthe (Jovernment, ha:* been ilUtrijulecl help of those operating the beach resorts but they appear to be pretty certain Died Nov. 25 1944 I end CUBAN I 4a
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: lit btiup I though probably 1867-Patrick J. Hayes New A Pound ....y ....
!fXI'e'\ uf politHaj) gains.!. i will! do the i'et. coming : -Try Today.-
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tei No Apply 1012
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':1'. fit'n', ph"t.. Vaiela Street (upstair). iI FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD 1<>JS Packard "6". four-door-
1 I nov20-ltx' APPLIANCES & EQUIPMENT I i dan. Good tires, radio and
NEWS HAS JUST REACHED the family of Gunnard Eric Sea heater Can be seen at Ton

berg (center foreground 58.year.eld route foreman for a Chicago FOR RENT-HOUSES i iI ; Magic Chef rang?, high oven. Auto Body Shop 603.t>0o
dairy the ha !s Idle heir cf an aunt who died in Copen I $50.00. dune water heater 20 Greene btrett: nov 20-6*

hagen. Denmark leaving a SSOO.000 estate. Seabe.-g holds his I Furnished house Hot and cold gal;.. $50.00. Oi both tot *85,

two.year.eld grandson. C:riild. His sons. Clarence (hln. 20. | wat ... Apply 1127 Southard t bee at 515 Bahama Stieet 1941 Ford convertible club on p-.

and Gunnard :r.. 24 ore standing. Sitting beside him are his : Street no19.3t\ novl9-2tx Radio and heater Top .m

wife (left) and 9h1er.in.law. Mrs. Gunnard Su erg, Jr. paint two weeks old Inqu:-x
I WANTED TO RENT FOR SALE-HOUSES j Tony's Auto Body; Shop. 603-
-- } 605 Greene Slre -t. nov2G-6t
I Guest house 2 blocks from mw
I'\U: Naval officer, wife two children i
Ot I.MI vis MI ,\HVIIO\
baths,
beach 5 bedrooms 3
:
desire to rent two or three bed 1 11;W Chevrolet Recently motor
-- ---:.. I room house. Maximum rent i completely :i overbuL Newly lepamtad
:F $12aOO per month. Excellent S4oO Call 1207 William SI.IW20it.
1 care guaranteed Write Box I II Good income. Must be sold

i I 521 c/o Citizen no\156t\ at once Real: sacrifice. Term.
By owner. Box R.A.W., c/o
I Citizen nov 15-tf 1939 Nash: T>". four-door sedan
Unfurnished two or three bedroom A.I "Ont IU"n. $64500ppV

house or upartmert bv ,' FOR SALE-STORE 102.D Kime. una. nov'20-: civilian engineer with two
sons school age. Will pay: up tol EQUIPMENT
'
FOR S LE TRAILERS
$75 per month. P. A McM.ters ;;.!'- I -
Y La Concha Hotel, after 5 Hus. mann relm.in reC.-ig..rator.
t 3 s novl9..3txHELP I 27 cu ft. Phone 1:>6-J. Utility trailer 600 'x 16 tires 1.ernse ...
I: ro18-3t : $1500. Appl Home
c vsaa: burdrv: nov 17-4i

WANTEDFEMALEWoman Restaurant _.to:e. complete, win!

Pk Y A for general c'eanme grill Cheap Apply eol Wi- FOR SALE-BOATS
liam Stieet nov 13.4iX AND MOTORS
Steady ,,"01 k. Appl Two Sis-
ters Cafe. 707 Du\al Street
'
no\'I -3t" Used bollo machine, tang. electric -' Gray marine engines and service .
meat grinder, new pie
*v,1,-. ladies: Pl.'l mancnt and teniporni how, Case. TwCnfe .'SiStxi' ;'. 5t.ti":1. Marathon rovl-hr.o

>, with some sell:34 exDctuncc .- I 707 Duval Street. ; :

Local resident I ing Spanish preferable but not i (. I.:. fisher -tDiisel 50 x B'x JBiown :" '.
t 'sential Apply 1-3 pin. Polxk FOR SALE-REAL ESTAT '< Duck \orhvve--t 20Ui

>. i Quality Jewelers 508 Street and 27th Avenue Mi
Duval Stittt \o'20.3t' '. Stock Island over 400 ft. oceanfurl. aim. 18D1292. Calf Stamey.20l4. .
__I B.ug..in. Mu=t be' old novlT.19.20-3tV
1 STORAGE I I ..t once Mr. Nut' )". i/o C itien '
? nov 1 5-tf "
Schooner foi sale: 5xH'6ffJj.2; .
fled Brick Storage Co. Furniture' SioepS.. Fullv found and
I Four lots 200' front and 120 deep.
commercial Phone T98no .
or rc jdV to start cruising cltarter
I-tf on Avenue "D"D bxtwe-en. 17th
\ 01 f.=hing Boat was destined -
tog
und 18th Street;. ij block fiom
for Guam but plar
BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES Poinciana Food Center Highland
change-d Built 1940 in Bostonat
and good -()lI. Piiex $3.-
a cant of $20.000. Prlt: .
Books Books Book; :!OO. apply 09 South
$10.500. Potter Dock Cu.. 01
Art Supplies Art Supplies Stie-ct nox"20-lt\ City Yacht Dock Mattel Miami

Bookshop. Cor Simon ton &. Eaton Sehoonti Rainbow". J.
p. \\'in.ph.>to nov 2-tues.thurs.sat-Imox FOR SALE-TREES. FLOWERS. L. Lambeit. nov 20-2tlc
I' ROSES AND SHRUBS

A 43 YEAR SEPARATION ended for these two brothers and FOR SALE OR LEASE
their sister in their reupisp at the airport in Mini. Fla. Elias j Cocoanut plants for vale 2oc FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS

Jose Zaher .cei.ei t. Brazilian merchant gets a joyful hug from Desirable comer lot fur sale or I each 5' high Applv: 1509 Outside
.
I $275
i White engine
titter Mt*, r";:'. Rik-t of Miami and brother Essie J. Zaher long-term lease. 100 x 150 South Str-et nu\2l> lt\ white paint. $%.7a>> and $3.75 per
of Jacksonville Fla. ,",o1tch's. They were separal-d when they I Suitable for hotel or apurtments ; : I gallon. up. 50ft.C z" garden
left their ha-nc in their to the New One block from bt..ch., Rose Bu"ho's-\Vurld's bext Hintson & Co S46Olivia
:n Syria youth to migrate Meat. $3,9a. Doherty ,
culture Fiec illustrated
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For particular, wute Box 466 care and
World. Phone 1597. nov I-tf
nov 11-tf catalog McClung Bn:;.
i Rose Nurse'i'\. T\'ler. Texts
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I nuv20-Itx 500 sq. ft. plastic bathroom tile
CHICAGO MISCELLANEOUSi I II I beautiful colors..30c sq. ft. 2313
SEEN AS
I I'atters-on nov 15-tf
I Picture framing, pictures framed FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
and matted DiNegro's. CH
WORLD VIDEO CENTER Francis. Phone 97-M.. Overseas Hotel, low rate Coffee :Personally design Christmas
nov9 19tx i shop. bar. nov 2-2 it cards at the Marshall Studio in

I Telegraph Lan. Also. wall'decorations
i'Hit'Ad > i' \ ..oe",1 I..ivi. .i p"plII..n..t 20 million Electrify your old .1>sewing FOR RENT- PAR1MENTS- -. .. and handmade gift.
"".pi ..'kl" .1. \' d until ot .,II Wit vision laclcusting chine Phone 1164.M. AND ROOMS of distinction
in its. \"_i :2' ; .. .,., C, ,, IL.', news cxpeit and city planners nov 15 ma'i I ; novlb-18203tx

. The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming
Then pi eiiu ti" i \ .t .0110"r
iwi .Iofn.b.b r .., : t."W'L.p- CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St, I Street, has an efficiency apt. ,.Record plujer and rec-ords $35.
......" burteti. In its at the -ite' oCCkMaco Newsatc re-opened A variety of new and several sleeping rooms va- Electric stove, U5. Radio $30
test 1 1."|Mit h\' theChtpw gift itt-in., und fabric for cant. Low weekly or monthly; Piano $65. Trt 'Tle. $15. Phone
Mkl N"I \\"o''I'n Rail The frigate bird cltMkcd at I covers und draperies. rates. novl-tf 1569-J. n\21).1!
Ibl mile hour. the taste-st ShP-1
w.Y. an is I daily. 10 to 12 and 1 to 5.nov.
Burial.. the taps.:le'- which feathered liverThe ; FOR RENT-ROOMS
I Bundle IIf old new.-papers a* 1-
i
e..etawis _mtlwr HI photoSijp -
i. of ra.trt a'.ini. .'s it is todrymarked svvordfish is the swiftest FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Furnished roe>m. with 01 without cent each bundle Inquire at
&I", .'r.l it the first ,immer I private bi.th.I Eaton Sstreet The Citizen Offie-c n..20-H

titrututy Jilioadine in Chtca Fuinisht'd 2'--loom apartment novl83txt
Si'. Vatican City, with a papula Utility furnished $2oOO week -- All metal ice box. Two door.
time radn ."tJlnnwnt41tar and he i lion of 1023 and an area of I!>o7 Iv Sea Isle Apartments. 915# Bedroom with kitchen privileges Very giHHl condition P'lr-
kwlwved MM Chiiat.o of MISbe acre, its the world's smallest Windsor Lane not 8-tf i .apply 1231 South nov'19.3t\ $10.08. 508 William btrett
....... "vaitlx leant.i than it state j 1 i I nov'20.luc
.
m new." Flectiitu jtum through I Furnish apartment 3 rooms and' Clean comfortable room- Re.i
....... emit :>' will re.itire the The dragonfly can wing I!! bath Maid and Janitor services M>nabl i ate513 \\'hit*-hi ...i II.iK tsar t i.tge $9.00 Good c -n
MM- ei "Ml niai ilx "t i . thepruAMtMW through tMat CO I miles antwine. 'I linen; and utilities fur 1 opposite Ct.rt H.HIS.. dt"n. 1312 % ngi,ma
niched Summer rates. Coral
-With sitar virtually tradirated. = I Ii I Hotel Apartments opposite Post -- -- -
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Mir crtv: will move toward washed I#i Office. nov926L\ a .II.
A'Ir.Iil's has been !'nentifua'lv
Vntdif5s. .ipl ..t.t"t.t oet- a, pace
matured at 23 inches I
an
Irr c.rbaiv vrnoval and m NVrflMtent -
Fui nished apartment Electric For QUALITY FLOORS IrsI
ttreit fight nTtw ; hour'I kitchen. Children welcomed ,
of will. be54t I
secret cancer
.bv Il'IIlnlha.11U toumpretmd A foot of new snow is often' Reasonable rates per day ofseason. I Inlaid Linoleum
equal to only an inch of ram 09 Elizabeth Street
: aei nov 20 tfEffnencv
furtcaxtnand the onlvMl '
tkrcct to human b'e will be GARDEN AND LAWN i Kentile
.. I nt. couple
tbe. incurable bends suffered SUPPLIES apartni:
when pmsuiurttl laluns fall in S2000 wecklv Utilities In- i Tile
par* fu ht." Tame Capuchins monkey. Very I cl-ided Call 1021.J, Asphalt
rare specimen Slavs tame not 20-4t\

Has its cups ;laham cracker Key West Gaidtn & Lawn : z\'f'.r Colors and Patterns for Eier*. Room

CT mt. with e t 'w tabk"spoons Supply; Co. 914 Fleming St..I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES in the House
.1 suzar and about "ni' third cup Tel 1019 n.\20tf I
am'Hui butter ti ir'. I doling man or woman hoo>c to I SINK CO> hR\G Ot 11 <1'K( I,VLTY
fpnad the mrob nurture u\tr LOST AND FOUND house selUn Be exclusive _
distributor for Babv' Butler FREE ESTIMATES
the taunt.om of a pie plate, press
tn* down evenly with thr palm .tUnd-A place to purchase fine Feeding Table und Baby Stroller -I
c>] tilt; kand. Chill about an hour housecoats blmiscs skirts, Underwear in Monroe Cemntj Write Key West Floor Covering Co.

tefuIw.c a e-us-tard filling or bra;:. e-te. at '- price. Babv Care GUild. PO Box I
mr made of frat and wtappcdt I It Mar'EJ Dress Shop. Duval Stnov03t' 1011 Coral Gables. Fla.. for mfcuniatioii. 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Sluts PHONE 14S4

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FORECASTKey West and Vicinity Partly I:

cloudy today becoming cloudy ..... .. ... .. .
with scattered showers and thunderstorms I
tonight.; Sunday fair
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: and mild. Fresh southerly winds
today shifting to moderate north- .
west"toniJhl and diminishing : FiWlH .
SundaJ j I I

Florida Mutely, cloudy in south .. .. .
portion today with scattered -. .
showers and thunderstorms followed .
by dealing and cooler tonI -
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ht. Fair and cooler north portion ; t : .: .
today and tonight; Suru'ay! ". ,
fair and mild.Jacksonville. Through Florida I :

I
Straits Fresh .r-t-.l'' w.nls in
north portion n i :n.*i<'r..to. to' .
fresh v.uthorlw.nJs shifting to .
moderate v.i-t an not tli.\...,t in .
south pottion t. ,l.irnJ. tonight

showers SundaMostlx Diminishing" and M-attered noitliwest' d..uiwIth tliund winds- : It's enough to take :

shower.-: in south portion. tinl.ix .
and in extreme south poi lion ton.cht ,

Eat othorwiM'Gulf: Moderate fair weatnoi t.. frh !I : the starch out of you : a

we-t to northwest wm .
portion and moderate variable .
\\ indd in south portion becoming
north to northwest this afternoonand
tOI1l ht. Moderate northerly fl5 .
winds Sun(ld\'. Few shnucis :mdthundentllrm"s .
in south
portion .
today otherwise ; .
fair w eatnc'r. '
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Key West. Fla. NOV :!O. 194::' .
REPORT .
Observation taken a! City Office. .

.8:30 itm.. EST) I v
1 .
> Temperatures .
Highest yesterday }>6 i
Lowest last night 78 '. .
Mean 80 .
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Normal '
;t
PrecipitationTotal .

last 24 hours n 111- I I .
Total this month .2:> ms '
Deficiency this month 1.41 ins i .
T->tal thij year 4.>.34ms ', .
Excess this year 991in.,
Relative Humidity. .

8:30 a.m. I .
76<;;-

( Level BarometerSea ). 8:30 a-m. I L I \ \ i ) I

30.01 ins.-1016 Almanac.3 mbs I ITomorrow's

Sunrise 6:47 a,m. -
Sunset 5:39 p.m, : :
Moonrise 10:20 p.m *
Moonset 11 30 a.m, .

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TIDES JI
<( Tomorrow 0
(Eastern Standard Time) .
High Low .
7:21 a.m. CD
1:o2 p,m. 5:59 p,m, .
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ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
(Reference Station: Key West) : l\/IAKES YOU Tx1\Ii your backbone.s made of :

Time of Height of this uncomfortable feeling that
StationTide :'high waterfahia .
Honda ''! 'ou're not saving any money for the future .
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0ft not getting ahead. e
No
Name
Key
(east end) +2h 20m < But why hake in your hoes "ben you think e

Boca(Sandy Chica Point)-Oh 40m < ." about not having the money 'ou'll need in later .

Caldes Channel < : \ life? !. 4D
(north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft : :.;
oOo < Start accumulating those U. S. Sayings Bond :

NOTE: ':. 4 .' riibt now The"re the best little backbone stiff- .
I
(-)-Minus sign Corrections > .
to be subtracted.I' goers we know of!
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to' 4 .
be added. | There's nothing like a Bond in the hand to help .

IA11lAltllllnanaa01a lnIlIl1lllUllllllWUUlIn.. i I! you stand up and look the world in the e'e. And 0

< 'ou'll be clutching a fistful of them before you .

N.C.C.S. know it, if you enroll right now in your corn- .

1021 Dural Street pan.y's Payroll Plan. .

DEFENSE FORCES I That's the sure way to get hold of a batch of .

PROGRAM this starch for the spine! .
I
mimniimimuiitaiiimuumiuiiNinijiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiJ'MONDAY And think of it in tell years dole get back ..

7 30 P.M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY : fuur (tuna,:' fur Cl'CI'I thrce Jolt invest in :

the safest investment in the world
10:00 today.
A M- ,
-Bowling for Na\v'
Wives, at U. S. Sub 'bars good for you is good for your countl'J.too .-, CD
Base Bowling Ale: >.s .
730PM.-Hospital Party (.2nd S Every Bond you buy helm keep our economic 5

Tues.) System on an even keel.AUTOMATIC .
WEDNESDAY .
U 30 P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip .
2:00 PM.-Navv Wives Club
700PM.-Juke Box Dance. :
games SAVING IS :
THURSDAY '
1 00 P.M.-.Sew ins Machines.
FRIDAY Billards, Showers : SURE SAVING :

:.00 P.M-Pre-natal Class.
9 00 P.M-SATURDAY.Dam-e. Orchestra : U. S. SAVINGS BONDS :

2:00 PM.-Boxina Training '
SUNDAY "?,n.rr('d by :
9:30 AM.-Communion Breakfast j
(monthly). : 'fhe KeyVcst Citizen .
1:00 P.M.-Picnic (sign up. .
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This is an official U S. Treasury advertisement-
TODAY'S UIRTIIimS .
prepared under auspices of Treasury Dept and Advertising Council
(Know America) 0

Walter E. Edge. cgonnoiof I 0
New' Jei.M.-\'. born Philodilphi.i I .
Tj \CdlS ago.
GoJoseph C. Mehaffcv oi I 0
the Panama Canal burn Lim<<. .
Ohio. 59 years ago. '
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Norman Thomas of New' Yik
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f" nd Socialist dd\ocate burn in
Mai ion. Ohio. 64 pars ago. -
Piof Earnest A. Hooton ofH ee
":r\did. famed anthn>pol<>eiM. I .
barn ClemansvilleVis...
61
yen i s I
a6. I .
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n.\\dl Magill of New Y.. k. .
laxei. onetime und beCn'tal\ ,
C .
of tin treasury. born Aubuin.II -

)lr. 53 Edwin''eal' agu.M. Potent forum .-... .... . .80. . . .. .. ... +

D!evident of the Colgate-IIoi'IKS'
tee Divinity School Rcthcstei.Y '. +
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j 7j : Watcn 11.. This 111I1"1l'! SpaceS 'j- TROPICAL TRADER WHERE JO BUY IIVlIMa.t&: i-- "*.JHIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU I '


) 711 ....5.......................................,I ..... ........ ..........................................5..
; DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 :

\ Overseas Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : If It Is EIctricalU tlltl T j .f. POOR OLD CRAIG i

0 | Coffee Shop S Plenty of Action Toys for the Children :
:, SEE OUR /o We Will Call For and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station : I
: Electrical I : fAX so Y.w' Cpmnc Cfectitol Work : ,
l -1/ SHOWING of Appliances 4 : J. K. BHAOY. PHONE tlS4 :
Manage
.n'f f'"I .*.........................:...............!.<... 3UJLCOA: :: 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE :I : Franc and Division Streets :

to : rood ................................... .............. ELECTRIC 41 :S .; Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. ; Tm- 'I ubr' Batteries Auto Accessories :

III HOME\ SUNDRY STORE :.......................................... .: 822 SIMONTON STREET : Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer :
.1 5 ............... .............................
* \ Highl 'PricesW : : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR WHITE. ST. : 1.e.................... .....5.......5........ Dry CJrnnlngami : ... .. ...- .5 f. ......... ...

; "Your Potzonag Invited" : PRITCHARD 5 RUSSELL'S : I'mntinf Have Your Car Repainted; :
917
: Fleming St. 24-HOUR SERVICE :
'
Ice Cream Proprietary Mtdicin : FUNERAL a : Free Pick-Up andS far the HOL1DA ) SEASON :
W : PHONE 798 Sick U DRY GOODS Delivery Service : : and :
Room Body Fenderietnirinh into'
; Supplies School Painting
v SupplietToilet :
.. .. : SUITS for MEN :
A c eee.......aeeeeeeeeS : (;", ,,,,1t'lfli"r Serrice 0
Preparation and Article :
..................J................55............5 HOME : 1106 OLIVA STREET au.l WOMHNAIailr : AUTO AND : .

4 .................5.... r.... ... ..5 .... ; /.*.! Those Srrte ; ; PHONE 373Specializing :, :, \ PHONE> R4'IenaItre 282 :f- TONY'S BODY SHOP ;.':: :

}7UMFORD r ; : .Ifho SrrtE' hest ..................5... 603.05 GREENE STREET .
andJROSS ; : ......................s...........5..........
GOMEZFURNITURE : 22Q DUVAL STREET U WE HAVE NEVER 5 in ..............5.5...5 U..............555555...5..................... -I
Easy and : BETRAYED A TRUST : : GLAMOROUS? UI
Blackstone I
Washers
\ : CO. : : WE NEVER WILL : : Women's and =
: 720 DUVAL STREET : Electromaster Ranges ; LOPEZ : Get Set For Fall With The N.w : 'I
: Authorized : Aiulmluncc Service ; : Children'sl'elejIwue deb-u-curl I
\ : Nationally AdYertised : : Dealer for Pureaire Units .. : :. I'
(THE COMPLETE : 548N
Products KITCHEN) ; : : Funeral Service Cold Wave Petmanent :

k : Delaware Covering Plastic Floor : ...v..REFRH.ER..............).." .SALES.......nml.....SEIU.....'H.E..;...... .: .Ter Sleeps ; .: Apparel ;: 5 Established 1885 A soft, natural-Ionkmg.pcrmancnt :

CJopay Fiber Venetian ; .......................555555...... .... .......555.5......5...t 155..5...5...........: "'/ 1 that will give you that : ; ;:
S Blinds 5 5555 5 5, ...................................a........a Licensed Funeral ; 1 NEW LOOK and make
;
5 .Luggage. Appliances. : : Directors and :, \'J you the Glamour Gal $10 1 :
Radios of the New Season ,
i J. A. MYERS : osp.rl.u.l.e
: M.gcc and Mohawk S Eiuhaliurrg24Uonr S
elnNtwr
I.
S : Axminster Rugs ; \IA\IM. IMIII HT>IITINT- :
: : .
: Licensed Insured MAM" TnrATxeTAAppointment
I --- Make Your IN*: AMI :
: />/ Terms : :If
b : OPEN TILL too P.M.. :.f : Ambulance CAROLYN BEAUTY :
MON. PAINTING Contractor Now SHOPPE :
5 and SAT.
...................... .: Service Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. :
: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED
: T.l.phon 9127. 114 Duyal StrMt. Jafftnoa Hot l : Phone I3S Night 696 ; : DONALD BARBER :
.....................: J. Trevor ...................... ... .. ...... .. .. .5 .e..........c...e.............................
Douglas ..... ....... .5..55.5.5555.... .........5..555....... 5 5 551 5 5 5t ..................................55.........
e 5 ecaa 5 c
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...............................5.... ...S..sStell's
PRICE TOURSPaaenger i 1829 Harris ...........5.5..55....
Are.
? Key West. Fla. ElectricRanges

... : PHONE 1371-R BOIPOINT : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. ; Beauty'Nook k
Scientific Culture :
; Reprr.entatlva : \ : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Beauty
:"t t tNFLORIDA a' Walling! Mat-liiucs for Immediate Delivery in All Branches (I : k
(111'111' : Thoroughly Experienced Operators I :
: EAST HOME APPLIANCE CONCH SHELLS : : Soft Water Used Exclusively :

COAST RAILWAY .................... ............... ......... ; 605 SIMONTON SThEET PHONE 11 AU SUM ; Phone 637 536 Fleming:: .j
5 55 .5f :. .......................................... .... .. .... ...55 .........
nsw Locate Next : Sate 20% '...5.......................................... COCOANUTSSPONGES .................a5....5..........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeFormpr .
on Fire Insurance ___ Customers Friends and the Public Invited :
dwellings.m
DR. COBO'SOFFICE .rc ant 11. 5 Landscaping,Marl\ and Top Soil :
: bldgs household br INSURING with Frances' Beauty Salon :
: and personal : ; TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $14)0) PER SACKMAa.J. :
Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Park. Owner
a FLEMING STREET ; effects. HAULED.S5.03:>>for 4 YARDS : Will Ship to Any Part ; Frances
: lUa of La Coach HOW : : Save 15% on AU Policies Non-Au usbl* ; Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-V.ry ReasonableU of US. or Canada 1010 GRINNELL STREET :

\.' PHONE MercantileStock S. Palacio : Beauty Culture in all its Phas :
124 J. L. Crutoe, Agt. Phone 674 Marcy

:................. ..: ...........................55.>.,....*..........5c G. Wm'ECB; 1021 PHONE Olivia 801 St. : Rear <]()! South St. ; : Fociala Permanents- Shampoo. Scalp-Treatment Manicuring ::

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5 : 1391eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
I. ....................e. .'... e. .' c .e. e .e.a.)t .e e..**, ...........Z.........5......55......5......5.n. .. i................S....e .5....55.5.......For...Appointment..c.......Phan...............,!1 .:
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: : : JEFFERSON ......................
f. COFFEE
CYCLE SHOP : SHOP .
B.&B. :
: Bide laic Una lo the : : lit DUVAL 1TREZT REAL ESTATE ; N .AIarion; 1 Mi one 1311 ;

: GOLF COURSE : 822 Fleming St. R.M DwatoU.Prop. Pboa* 10H : : Open Daily and Sunday, : Sale E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon
5 P.M. to 1 A.M.
Cushman Motor\ Scooters 5 1400 DUVAL STREET 1
: EHVING Appraisal
: COMPLETE Dinners : Leases : W :
Sales and Service Immediate DeliveryRIDE s
Also A La Carte and Sandwtcb : Rental. : We Need More Room : I

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.: ...... : e Beet Drinks and Coldest Beer In Town School Supplies :
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r Boats or Jr'/l Hate You ; : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN :
: Bo Sum to Get S Si
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Tk Foundation of Todmy't ; i .ReliableREASONABLE : Men's, Ladies' and Children's Wear Specializing in Spanish Fond & Short Orders ;

IIINI PWU ahtg : .Prompt. : Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish :
: RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS ; : and Seafoods ANY ORDER A LA CARTE
: Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Corral Mgr. and Owner
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NOVEMBER 20, 1948
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KEYWEST CITIZEN _
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I SANTA'S JACKPOT : t Key West In UNION THANKSGIVING I I.Orleans' Sugar largest Bowl, steel scene football stadium of game the in,annualI is the the



MERCHANTS ARE READY FOR RECORD CHRISTMASGarlSno ;Days' Gone By SERVICE THURSDAY AT i I I i! city.world, with 85.000 seating. capaI -


.. AS TAKEN FROM FILESOF :
?t. I r'J r-* THE CITIZEN OF "}Jay Day" was selected as an
Ii NOVEMBER 20. 1838uimimiimttimmiutturamiimiiuuiinHmiiiituimu i international labor holWqy by
i 1ST CONGREGATIONAL I the International Socialist' C *>-

II gress in 1&89.i .
I : G. O. Palmer, executive chair I

: f ,.f, man Park of Commissioner the Everglades, last National night t Five Churches Will Enter Jointly To]-- yyvyvmvmuvvvYv

: : t tI ,'discussed the proposal to have I'Society's building at 11 ajn.i i [Grace Lutheranl

the park established at a meeting I Observe Thanksgiving Day ..AI11:00i Thursday.
.in the Chamber of Commerce of- i'i Morning worship at the Poin\\l i Church
fire. No action was taken on the A.M. ; ciana Baptist Church will be at
,proposal. I Thursday; S/JPcnlll/u.lc 11 a.rn., tomorrow. Evening:: worship -I *: 1213 PETRONIA STREET

will begin fi 8 -
p.m. I
i Stephen C. Singleton, executive OTHER THAMtSGIVMG DAI SFMi'lCES IN GRACE There will be a flannelgraphby !> Sunday School. 9:30 A.M.Divine .

111L I secretary of the Chamber of j J 7,1/771/iJUA', LEY MEMORIAL .AM CHRISTIAN: Elijah Sands st the Youth for I.
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? First Metho-
''Commerce, said today that ar- Christ Rally to the Service,
,irangements are being made to !j SCIENCE: CHURCHES; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH dist Church at 7:30: p.m. tonight. :
I There will be solos by Ruth AM. 3
;establish a regular bat service I I MISSIONARY SOCIETY: TO PRESENT PLA YLET : E 10:30
Strieker, Margaret Pinder and
; between Key West; and Dry T ___ Rosemary Felton. M. K. C. VETTER. Pastcw
j, tugas. jj j i. A Union Thanksgiving Service will be held at 10 a m. on t REV.AAAAAAL&A&AAAAAAAAAAJPoindana

j Thanksgiving morning. November 25th. in the Pirst Congregational ,. Red blood cells art made in the
I j Pinder. : j jj
Ray 12-year-old son j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pinder, Flem- j Church. it was announced today by the Rev. John M. ,. red bone marrow. I

I !;ing street, was struck by an automobile -I{' Peyton. pastor of First Congregational. I Baptist

I II : | yesterday afternoon on'j The Rev. Mr. Peyton said'that five churches are uniting for
: Fleming street, near White street. j ; Church17th
I o He was taken to tin- Marine llospital I'I the service. A combined choir from these churches will render CHURCHof t
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l. where it was learned hisinjuries ;I special music. the Rev. Mr. Peyton added. and Eagle
I KOIIOT for Junior., PEARLS thrill) Mother. BRACES, garters for Dad were minor. I "Thanfulness" will be the subject of the Rev. Mr. Peyton's CHRISTAshby I

___ 111I sermon tomorrow forenoon. In the evening he will speak on.
T Key West Camera Club, at its I Inll't'ting Thank you.." ,
By DOROTHY ROE. AP Newsfeaiures Writer in all sizes shapes "Saying and Von Phister Streets Sunday School. 9:45 AJ*.
vision
| sets tonight, will show a I The Rev. M. K. C. Vetter. pastor of Grace Lutheran Church. i
It's a bumper year for Santa Claus in the good old U.S.A. and price ranges. [bird's-eye view of Kt.yVt'St in I also announced today that Thanksgiving service will be con- I

Peak production in practically any line you can mention I For gadgeteers watches set in ,I colors. I',I ducted by. him at 10:30 a.m.: Thursday. He will preach on. "Be SUNDAY Morning Wort-hip,

Is piling a gilt pack expected to set an' all-time record.In I j cuff-links, lighters. lipsticks. i Thankful Unto Him and Bless IrI 11 :00()() o'Clock
up I For future scientists,; atomic Ray Bridwcll, who had been 1111)15' Slmly 10 A.M.
toys alone. the 1948 Christmas sale is expected to top 'chemistry sets and construction I clerk of Armour and Company inI I I His Name. i I sent a playlet entitled "Steward- Worship! . 11 A.M. I <6:30< P.M., Training Uaion :
Ley Memorial Methodist church ;
J30Q.COO.OOa: And in gifts for grown-ups the anticipated totals. sets from which they can [build I Key West for 12 years was today ship." '
are strictly fabulous. ;robots that walk and flash their I appointed local manager.Representativeelect school announced teachers today will that receive 12 Church pub-I]!i At the Fleming Street Metho- Evening I Evening .Worship,

Despite the growing choosiness of shoppers. merchants i!;eyes.For small-fry housekeepers, ; I lie recognition for credits earned I j:dist Church Sunday there will be Worship 7:45 J P.M. 8:00. w'Clork
business in Pat Cannon in the accredited Church Work- special Thanksgiving music by !
ore prepared this year for the biggest Christmas miniature pop-up toasters, mixers j I EVERYONE WELCOME
tbeir history. There's a feeling of almost reckless holiday joy real washing machines, real accompanied by Mrs.Can- er's Training School the last )I the choir both morning and eve-
non and T. A. Leonard, one of his :ning and a special Thanksgiving
week. WEDNESDAYBible Public Invited
had decided to to the and irons. I Cordially
j
in the air. as though the citizenry: enjoy electric stoves
campaign is in both
I managers: visiting 1! by the pastor at
tsUe.tanoiher:_ peacetime Christmas. while there is still time. Some of those promised postwar Key West today. I Among those receiving credits message : Study. 7:45 P.M.
The st-wcitw of the immediate!r I marvels are really waiting are Mrs. Dorothy Curry. Mrs.'I services. I
postwar rears are gone, and in-1 in the shops to make Mother's :,Josephine Doughtry Mrs. Earl 1!i The visitors:i of our City are invited For Information. Phone 810 ,
trait shelves stacked high ,{magic needed! to obtain them is dreams come true electric I Colonel Fulgencio Batista, I Hamilton, Miss Catherine i to attend these services. I\ :
I 'with every luxury are and utility )a limitless bankroll. I dish-washers. automatic washing .chief of the Cuban army is due 1 1I Knowles, Mrs. Josephine May I I:I We have a nursery for the clul- j First Presbyterian ChuhWhite
freeze units. I to arrive in Key West tomorrow, Mrs. Gladys Roberts Miss Eliza- ,dren while the mothers and
ruwn to iroidrrn man and a few ROBOT lor Junior I machines. deep. ;; I and Washington Streets
new ones j"j New Marvels are ready for j refrigerators that practically do I Cuban: Consul Bernardo Rodriguez beth Rosam, Mrs. Mary Thompson -!![ fathers attend the morning serv- Christian Science ; Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor
I informed The Citizen today. I Albert. II. Earl E. :ices.I
The price tags OB .11 this I the Christmas delight of all the housework. i Carey,
breath-taking .1 ages Fo Junior. a rocking The new automobiles that some Hamilton. Mrs. D. Probert and'''! "Give Thanks Unto the Lord" SUNDAY SCHOOL.
met- Society
chaadis are the array highest in his. j horse that travels four miles an I lucky families will get for Christmas :' Dr. and Mrs. Nilo C. Pintado of the Rev. Robert W. Weaver. 'will be the title of a sermon to be STARTS AT 10:00 AJ4.
t tory. but merchants do net expect 1 j hour and does not need hay. are so full of modern gadgets !I Miami are visiting Mrs. Rosa The Rev. Mr. Weaver pastorof 'delivered by the Rev. Melrose of Key West I Men's Bible Class. 10 A.M.
this to deter seriously the !I For Sister a doll that is almost | that they almost drive them- Cruof Duval street. Ley Memorial will preach tomorrow !! S. Avery, pastor of First Presby- :327 ELIZABETH STREET I Church Service
{ huraaa in all its bodily functions. i selves. The supermatic shifts, the I I morning on, Jesus, the''': terian Church tomorrow morn-
Jubilant shoppers.can Today The Citizen says in an in the evenin" it''' I J 1 :00 A.M.,
j overdrives, underdrives, flashers, Fugitive, and ing. The Young People's GrQup
I Thu year Christmas kltoppen j For Mother fabulous nylon I' wide-vision windshields, stream- !editorial paragraph: I will be, "Thanksgiving." I j|under the direction of Miss Dor- Sunday School. 9:30: AM. I Subject:
afford to be hooy.. because: lingerie that looks like the filmi- fining and spring-foam cushions I I' "Tire Roosevelt administration At the First Methodist <,church ene Clawson will conduct the Sunday Morning ServicesAt t "GIVE THANKS UNTO
there u plenty to choose. They I est silk wears like iron: can be are enough to scare any motorist likes to do everything in a big i ii Eaton and Simonton streets the 'services at. 7:30: p. m. The Pion- 11 o'ClockSubject I THE LORD"
don't haw to seize the first toy or j washed out at night, is dry in an used to the difficulties of prewar j way have" a look at our national pastor the Rev. W. Leon Wells 1 leer Group under the direction of :
tie or shirt they at... They can be'' hour or so and needs no ironing. cars. | debt. will preach :at 10:50: a. m., on'''I Richard Herrick will also meet "SOUL AND BODYU$ I 7:30 PJ4.
sure the next store will have For Father shrink resistant I I Whether luxuries or utilities i "The Thankful Heart." Mr. edward : ,, at 7:3U: p.m."Children. :' Young People's Group
jut a..many. and maybe better.I I%"tou| socks shirU and sweaters are on the 1948 gift list. they're dIItIlIIllltllIUIIIIIIUlli1l11f 1IIt:1iIIIIIIIIDijllllllUr.: : : 0. Schweitzer will sing -Angels or Devils" Thatikigh lug Stan iCT, Under Direction of

After many yean of shortages ,that can be tossed in with the all available. i What's Doing I "0 Lord Most Mighty," by Cesar will be the sermon subject at the ; Thuf'MLtY, A.M. MISS DORENE CLAWSON
I this Christmas represents a :|:family wash. And everything in II And if the family bankroll Francfc. The choir will sing i Church of Christ at 11 a. m. to- !
wealth of plenty. All the wonders the a ccessory line must have the disappears in the process at \! attireARMED "God of Qur Nation" by I. Wil- I I morrow. At the evening service; Reading Room in the Church 7:30. PIONEER GROUP .
of Alaiklin's lamp are at the fingertip -j I-Bold Look." I least it will be a merry Christ I! SERVICES I II son. Mrsi'P. B. Robert, organist, the sermon will be entitled, "The Edifice will be open Tuesdaysand Leader: RICHARD HERRICK
of the customer. The only I I For the whole family tele. S mas. will play Pilgrims' Chorus from \37th Psalm." Fridays from 6 to 8 P.M. Visitors. Friends and MembersAre
Y.M.C.A. Tannhaeuser," by R. Wagner. I 'i and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M.
"Soul and Body" will be the Invited to Our Service
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and Thanks Be to God, by. J. subject that will be discussed
r at
WMMtoa M rtl1A M ajWi and Southard Streets .
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Wilson. I *-- -- ----- -- --
I the Christian Science Society :at: -
i Civil ServiceI I 'ltllUUffialtl4llImIimtllllIflflUlllU1Ut1MlIlllIflfllPMONDAY At 7:30 p. m., the sermon 11 a.m. tomorrow. There will be .
STAMPS IN THE: NEWS { thpme wil"'be "Windows for Mir :
: I a Thanksgiving: Service in the COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US :
I Rules Amended I 9:00: P.M.-Juke Box dance. rors." M-s.\. Roberts will play .. C
"Aria Pastorale" by Spohr, and,
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"Truth Consequences
I or I
Ala On Newtfeature SYD KRONISH

i by i I. Examinations for probational;! TUESDAY: Quiz Show." !, choir"Eventide number," by will C. MalIan be "Praise: The ye i I First Congregational Church FLEMING[ [ STRErJ{ METHODIST CHURCH

Sveaborg. Finnish fortress, city: for two centuries and often appointment the position of ,I 7:30 P.M.-Shuffle board ses- the Father," by Gounod. 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. .

called The Gibraltar of the North./* is honored'with a new 12 hospital attendant announced by sicns on the patio. I The Sunday School, with classes I. Between Southard & Fleming! : Confer Fleming sod WlUIsra 81 :
mark : the Board (,f U .S. Civil ServiceI 9:00: P.M.-Theatre Group meets. for people of all ages, will be John M. Peyton. Pastor : REV. J. B. REID.: Pastor :
"a located the
entrance
light Sveaborg at i
Ii green stamp. Examiners at the Naval Station i WEDNESDAYS. 1 held at 9:45 a. m. -
I to Helsinki harbor was built in 1748.by'the Swedes. Later the I j has been amended to change 1::00 P.M.-Hospital Fishing trip. Miss Betty Ann Russell will : Sunday School. 3:45 A.M. _ -
fortifications were enlarged to .cover seven small islands. In I j closing date of examination. Applications -! 8:00 PAL-Dance Class (Begin- 'I lead the meeting of the Methodist ': eo -
1808 it-was, taken by the Russians and in 1855_ bombarded by ; will now be accepted! ; ners.) I I Youth Fellowship at 6:30: p. : J. Archer. Supt. Classe'# for All j jI CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.. Classes For All Ages

the lYfnch-Enqlish fleet in Ihtl r- i until he netds of the service are 9:00: P.M.-"Ye Ole Country m."A ,I 11:00A2'tMORNING: ;. : Merrill Felton, General Superintendent :
met, and will be Party". Sower Went Out to Sow,
Crimean war. In 1918 the Finnish applications I :
Nov. : will be the subject of sermon to: WORSHIP Ii IirHANKFULNESS" Momiiip Service ... 10:50
people took the fortress the 'Austrian Republic 12. rated and certification made as; i I (Square Dancin', Virginia a o n'Clork
I 1918 reports Edwin Mueller. It : the needs of the service require. I Reels). be delivered tomorrow morningby : Youth
shows a picture of the present j i Application forms may be obtained -, THURSDAY: the Rev. George McNeill Ray, I MUSIC by the Junior Choir Fellowship. 6:30 P.M. :
I Austrian'President Dr. Karl Renner pastor of First Baptist Church. : Song Service. 7:10 P.M.
from the recorder of the i':, 3:00: P.M.-Photo Class. 6:00: P.M., Christian Endeavor :
who took office April 27 board at Building 91, Naval Station 9:30 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra. "Slaves Unto God or Mammom?" : : Evening Worship 7:30
from I, I I will be his subject at the evening 7:30 P.M. o'Clock :
1945, after liberation the ]! from the secretary of the FRIDAY: :
:,Nazis. {[ board of U. S. Civil ServiceI I 8:15 P.M.-Movies, Bridge Par- j service. EVENING WORSHIP I I e REV. REID WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY
I Service. Examiners at any first t.1 i ties. Wednesday night at the First "SAYING THANK YOU' I' .

I|I Eire will issue two special postage '! or second class Post Office or r''SATURDAY: I Baptist Church the Women's Mis- --- --- -
stamps commemmorating the j from the regimental director,, I 8:15: P.M.-Movies. sionary Society, under the direction Wed. 7:30 p.m.. Prayer.PraiseFri. pninmuiffliHrnffliiiHiiiiHiHiiHitiiiiiiiHiiiiinimiiiiiiiii, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiimiiiiihrt---
'- 1150th I anniversary of the Insurrection ; Fifth U. S. Civil Service Region,, 10:15: P.M.-Second show (same of Mrs. Edna Albury, president 7:30. Young People's Night !!:
itro\Tr of 1798. reports Gimbels Atlanta, Georgia. feature). and Mrs. Glover will pre I
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Youth for
Christ
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examination
of the SUNDAY
Stamp Department. The stamps. i Copies announcements I : : : Rally
front; i nte Russians in their fight i'2H penije' : red and 3 pence blue with details o1j r 9:45: A.M.-Java Club.
fur tTKiTprndrrMf ThIS year the] vi9attlj{ be issued Nov 19. De ; duties and qualifications of tht. I 2:00: P.M.-Classic Hour. Memorial ; 1 Director. HARRY RUSSELL =

city rt-Myates .it* 2Uutli birthday ( positions are posted: at the Kej, 9.00 P.M.-Ft-llowship]] Hour. Ley Methodist Church"The | TONIGHT, 7:30: ) O'CLOCK) : 1
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I I West Post Office, and at Build Coffee and dough
From-Khartoum comes word ing 91, Naval Station. nuts. Church with a Welcome" | lit I

that Hnian will) h41a' special I I Corner of DIVISION and GEORGIA STREETS FIRST METHODIST I IH
I | CHURCH
issue ijt& wii stamps (i nm noratin 1 Water flows into the M-diter-1\ Production of the four princi- ROBERT. WEAVER, .Pastor, ,
UM truiuKuration of the Sudan ranean from both the Atlanti c I i pal nut crops eaten by Americans I I = Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS gI
Irfikld December and he Black sea to make gooc a'now I totals about 343 million I I
Clt' asM-mbly in
I CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
The denominations( 10 mil- ;losses; bv evaporation. pounds a year.I .
are :1 I
-- -- Ms.is" Miriam Carey, Supt. : FLANNELGRAPH I
)1..1.w, i pI.-tn'S. They will --- I
be lOt he } > This One-WomanBondSaics !
picted in the center is a portraitof : Force by ELIJAH SANDS
the of =
$s 4-urrr>punding stumps
I II
Theobald Wolfe Tone
symbolizing SERMON: "JESUS. THE FUGITIVE" i
the currrnt issue but i.lightly1drer I I n SOLO

: .." I against a oppression.united Ireland in revolt i! Has Earned Her Country's Praise I 6:30 /...!/., Metliodi.ittmth Fellowship I ORGAN SOLO Margaret Ruth Stricker Finder

Japan* has. issued two sttniputaUX t Bolivia has* issued* a special -w"---- I 7:30 P.M., Evening; { Worship I PIANO Rosemary Felton !

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I >< it Community Client set of of two stamps in honor of I Sermon: "THANKSGIVING" C() ;
Drive. .... I IInltlNG A FRIEND __
S ven plus :2.50! red the ::1 -a -
Grand
South American Auto- I
{ Wednesday. 7:30: P.M.. Mid-week Prayer Service
shows Rf'drt nurse! and theft IIIIIIIIIIUIIUlWllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln,","IIIIHllllllllllnllllllllllllllllllnIllIHlllluHIIIIII11UIW
yf'ft..1.b. 50 yen green illustrates (.mobile vianos Race. The stamps, 5 boli.t I I Thursday 7:30: P.M.. "Craft Night" for Senior Youth i -- --U-
blue and have a
I 'luulhrr bird feeding her identical illustrations.cream Pictured is __ Friday. 7:30; P.M.. Young Adult Hobby Night I

t "OUDI :- Il map of South America showing The First
Baptist ChurchCorner
the route of the race. ------ ---- --- -
Donizetti (l798'18 8)1) 0p
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world JUmuus I
musical \
b hun
nao THUfi with a TOW 15 j chant Marine with a set of six I CKOKCK; MrNEILL RAY, "a>tor .
a T Ilrt'i brown ,, new stamps reports Leon Monos- .. .. : Corner of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
a stamp. Donizetti Each G. LEON WELLS. Pastor :
son. : stamp pictures a : ;
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I prolific
-- a freighter and bears portraits of' .. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M. 0# : .
cornpubed -
writer
I 64 operas I Carlos in 1848))Antonio and J. N.Lopez Gonzalez(president(president ; ": Sunday, Services ii:, F. W. Smith Superintendent

# wrote, lie the once in- in 1948)). 1I I i 'ikA 1 : 9:45: A.M.. Sunday School : 10:50 A. I. Morninp Woi>hiV;
:) strumrntat i ion A -;.; I Sermon "A SOWER: WENT: OUT
) of a whole, open sauce for holiday puddingsmay : 1O:50() A.M Morning Worship, :1 I TO BOW"Morning
P" be made -
within by creaming a half t : "THE: THANKFUL HEART" will be Theme : I I Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10:50) to 11:50
30 hours His rontrmpuwry cup of butter or margarine with : .
rivals were Rossini one and a half cups confection : of Thanksgiving Sermon by Pastor : BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:15 P.M.

and IVIlmi Some of his inure ers' sugar, ; an egg is then added : 6:30: P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship :1 "
pupul,,"" *>prras are Lucia di Lam- and the whole thing beaten well. I LcuJei Betty Ann Russell : I'I'e :30P.M() Etening Worship
DlC'm.Fa"urita.. Dun I'as- Next mix in o
quIe and L'Elulr d'.Amore. of boiling water a tablespoon and a half or teaspoon two- ,, e 7:30 P.M Evfuin";, Worship : S.rmon: "SLAVES UNTO GOD OR MAMMON

'I.. of vanilla. I : "WINDOWS FOR MIRRORS" win be Sermon Subject : I

tutrta has a new (conanemoivr Fatrtotie useinsb. MYTH* of Mrs Margaret L. Ardirs, acrrcUir 01 Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Prayer and Praise
.ivr j3: iv4elirating. the 30tha"nlv..nuy Us quick-fruzen fruits Grand Forks. N.D.. bank in stUinr. savtnc bonds ever lang penad point i Serric
mp as soon ap dramatically the work .. bank staffs throB hout natiou ta maUa c it : W- Special Imitation To Service Men JI j Friday. 7:30 P.M. Choir PracticeIt
01 Ihe founding; ot as possible after defrosting.: I easy Iw .American to tavest ia s Tuifi bonds i rql '.ol"l". .- .
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SOCIETY 1 People's POLICE BELIEVE I I Record Of Sales Show .

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j Girl Scouts htnldl( -Gtthering Drive ; ........................ I

Br NIRA LESLIE: i z Tae (,ltl. ..1...... esara.i J
GULEY I: One of the features of the' me of the American Girl Scouts' i i....... .r the. ..*w. mt II. rrm4 t Monroe County Quality _. f
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Citizen "Clothes for friendship' van re.erte. >1
Phonese OM recent National Girl Scout Week right' a. dcietr. 1(... mhirhrumtr .
ResKience I of the pain. Your interest in this 1948 .. .. .. '_
-629-XJ) was the making uo are e.acidrred .1. .1' "' .1'
I I the Girl *. The wril .....1. fc.
"Clothes for Friendshio bundle u.oeam:: of activity bv e. .
d MnwImuamilnuIwI/ .. Market Leads --
nlUllllnllnlUgt41111nulnllpnlnnnll0111nInIUl0NU11111p1lIdI \ tae / IN1NluIIII111Uhoey which the Girl Scouts of America Stout pnbaGly'as( more intensit v .rd.. Had write ea ear nldrf I
I West Players To Present included in their campaignMembers :ed because of National the. aircr ..!!> !vl...t.rr ..

. : of the Kl'v"lost Girl StoutetK. but don htIt She.....1'nrlirra. .re..d will rut lop mrronmmr.....11..... uit. the- Expenditure For Too! :f .zt.
: Nell / I troops participated actively in fade because the week has: re.....a.. .ther.l. ... I .
Play; Tryouf For "One's I this bundle athering and mal;; pas>'l'd. Their campaign will continue 10() Percent Higher PALESTINE: DIVISION
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i mg-tp: and they will be pleased indefinitely, and they are. HIPPOCRATES I
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t A Croird" To Take PCP Momfa to knov that Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt eag'i r for your help All members Editor, The Citizen: i t' Than Nation As .\ that if the division is made in ac
.. 1FIlowing 1 ot this fine and truly American I )
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$ } the successful of mentioned matter in a In the Key West Citizen, Monday I Whole Roller EarningsprrUIITfc I II cordance with the Bernadotte
run thirpisclf ;
set Monday night at 8:00: o'clotk recent ,.ndicated column which organization: : have pledged \ I
EuLynne" the Key West November 15, 1948 ther' .plan, the Jews will lose much of
I thousands of to collect and send to war- ..
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at the in .
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Theatre forhe in- appears < nil. ) I II
Players, wVJ a statement in the NewsNotes" (I '
announce that '
a new f apd
I deV :-tned: areas m guiope !the areas they recently captured
new < I .
Monro
s'paxrs.Mrs. Nov 20 *
Uial NEW YORK -
will tryouts The cast will column follows !I ,
play go into rehearsal re- as : ''
next 'warngannl'rlts
R>,i>vdt wrote. in part: Via ont million from the Arabs ."H
week, and will be The disease glaucoma was County is shown to be a quality.
presented to quire sixteen and the under fifteen eye I
persons : "I visited little] place in France for children years i I II 'I
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: \ ., .ntihiexl 2500 Jessup said further the United,:=
the
public ; by Hippo
shortly thereafter'The directors have sent out a call for L the other day which reminded of ah(':' t years ago market, with a higher standardof '
Board pf Directors has all those desiring to participate to 'I .. --- ._ ci'ates. I living, based on a study of : States is looking forward to the -' -
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just chosen.a play! \h.i4has never I attend the tryouts, for not only is : --- ; This statement is wring.Ilippocratcs spending habits locally and in'other '!I time when Israel win be ad'mi'- :. :.
been produced, but which ill completely there the need for actors and actresses -: 1'hi.tv-six Prizes JVill Jp: Awarded | the Father oft ted to membership in the United
.modern, interesting and I but also for painters, car- : Medicine, who was a native of : counties throughout thecountry Nations. .' _:: ...;
amusing It u called "One's A penters costume directors and 1 Show NextVwlf\ i Thessaly, and practiced and : completed b> Sales';
A SIlIlIl's/ 1
Crowd" and is by Eugene Ras publicity managers. As the Carle l ntibv I taught in Athens, was not bin : Management: i j of each dollar for food than were,'

kin, a professor of Architectureat I tops state: There is work for all l Your npoit\ dropped. by thBiaihi I I ou Interesting toys aid gamesT 2500 years ago. i b : One important index is the iwople in most places. LocaUy,i_
Columbia University, who are interacted in Theatre"The 1to 1 J Hippocrates was born in 4COi leak : t' !Z('-, has been donated i amount for food. Fond ,
oniU lake a at i : pi spent pu.
Many here will remember Professor t directors ol thjs play have : {i B.C. and died 357 B.C.i diturcs were for food, as ag aiif --l
Raskin; the author of this previously directed several other i the piui up v'it.w to boo uwai..1,'(1 I b.tl i' firms of the city, who I i BENJAMIN F. \UNOFUS ,hases in Monroe County last only6.6:! portent in >the rk.hoRvle :

play He visited Key West several plays presented by the Key' at St 1'auls l';nish Baby\ Show are "I"'I"'I'alm'lIth, the commit 1320 Division Street, i year-in meat markets, groceries, a whole Li the Scuth Ati ,...i id"-=
years ago while (cruising the (West Players at the Barn The next Munuay and Tuesday, an!' tit in charge of tlu Baby Show. I Key West, Florida, /P> Win photo delicatessens and the hie-came! Slates, 25 0 percent of each dollar _
Keys on his yacht, and was so I latre, among them the eminently was V<',iv tavorably tmpi'essed Judges: ..f UN. event, Mr Cyril 1! Novembei' 1G. 1943.i : to 2898000. This was a rise of : spent went for food and, in"* -
lighted with the island that he successful and well done "Night with the I i l oOo | THE BODY of a girl believed 43,8 percent over the country's Florida, 24 9 percent. -
array 11.t.h.IMrs./ Nan Giese and
purchased a lot here. Incidentally (I Must Fall" and "Blithe Spirit" In addition to the I large gold (Fxlitoi Note: The time wa' by police to be that of Ruth '! food bill for 1946 and goes well : In the other retail (categories
he plans to come here for the( When the I if, -.. Oonij Evan. will judge the i ; beyond the larger expenditures investigated' general merd n:"
cast of "One's a t'uls; ] that art to constitute foul I approximate <1In round figuics :i iI Eisenberg (above) 23. of New- i
play !Crowd" has been chosen, it will first piitfs, there are also: stare I I fust age f croon' on Monday afttrn ,Hippocratts is supposed to liavt ,, ark. N. J. has been found in I caused by higher food pril'l'S. The i i i i dise and drugs, Monroe Countyis
Ann and Guy Carleton have be announced promptly, together I smaller cups for ) n n and tnt second: age groupon been tarn 2 458 years ago. ) a shallow grave at Ossipee I nation's food bill in the same per- ; also a standout county Pur- '
been selected as the directors of"One's I with the date of presentation of wmnt.i ,. th'si ups SIP'Of1'Prln'l I Tu -sd:iv afternoon.Ittgtstiations I New Hampshire. Miss Eisen i I oaf advanced to a lesser extent, ,i(I chases of general merchandise
a Crowd," and they have the play. I the BiathcomberTh of children for { Calendar OF berg. a nurse disappeared last .31.4 percent. ',' ruse to 'JJa,000! : a gain over the.
I the contt-sts constantly I I Monroe County residents, because :: $738,000 of 1946 Drug store buying
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-----1 i I prizes:; to IM' seen .. otl'.I'1 I corning in, it is again brought l to* ; Events i I of their better earnings reached $253,000, an increase .
Fashion; And Show perfectly beautiful dull, a ( the attention of the public that Coming i I were able to spend a l larger part over the previous year's $206,000.
Stage .
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talked of
:dent has not making !
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; Promises; To I 1--- 1! Sxmsorctl| by Band Boosters; any appointments He told news- i OUR =
Night lie Gala Affair; I 11. .' .(mll'S{ { 11I1/INS; : Club. pt'pei'men he has not created a !_ -
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I job for Waltrin, .
The Fashion. and Stage Showto ture Bonnie McQuistin, and at I j I, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 21- with the President. at the Little Ii i "

be presented by the Poinciana !I. this time party clothes will be 1 1 Rehearsal The Messiah" by White House for several days. .. ..
Parent Teachers Association : presented There will follow I Key West Choral Group, Representative Sam Kayburn
Tuesday night at the Elks Club',Commander Eli Vinock and Lt. i j first Methodist (Stone) of Texas who is likely to be I I4 /2 PRICE SALE
Church. Male voices, 2:30: ; fe- --- '
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promises to be one of exceptional 'with bovs fashions shown, and I. male voices, 3:15: ; full rehearsal when Congress is formed in Jan-
interest and charm (I I finally, the parade of all styles. 4:00: p. m. All members uary, said yesterday he had talked -
The program has just been re-1]| The entertainers in the Stage I, urged to attend with the President regardingsome
vealed, and consists of a numberof Show have appeared locally be- : MONDAY NOVEMBER 22- I of the proposed legislationto i! Now Going On! i
interesting Items. Some of 'fore, and are well-known-and- i j Annual Baby Show Sponsored II be submitted to Congress. I
these performers your reporterhas liked Kitty Dry is'so pretty she 1 bv St. Paul's. 4:00: I1.M., St I Rayburn expressed confidencethat 1!IE =' ,
already had the opportunityof fairly takes your breath away. Paul's Parish Hall Continuation the nation faces prosperity, I .
seeing, and they will make fora l and Dad, with.whom she sings i<- Tuesday, Noximlxr) +i bomt people stem. to be enjoy ec -e _= ...
delightful evening Ian i actor and singer of great pop- 23rd. Prizes I being stared," said Rayburn, whois 1---- ----
The opening number will consist I_ ularity in his native Scotland TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23- !I starting his 19th term as a rep-
of a baritone solo by Louis If Commander Vmotk and Lt. Fashion and Stage Show, Sponsored restntative "With buying power
Anastasia, accompanied by Beatrice -. Moore present the same skit as by Poinciana P.-T A. I! at its highest and with the people ::1 I All Items Will Remain I

Moreno: at the piano: and seen in the recent oleo at the 8:00: P.M., Elks Club Annex. i! apparently buying i anything ,
there will then be a home scene :East: Lynne" performances thisis c.1r'5 Fashions and Talent I manufactured or grown and the ....
of a family planning its vacation guaranteed to make you roll Navy Wives Club No 88, 1IusI manufacturer and the grower de- 1 11 On SALE Until I IlL
Maleka Brawn will then present in the aisles with laughter, for a band-and-wife potluck dinner ; riving a reasonable profit, I do
a Hawaiian dance and during -I. more delightful piece of foolish- C:OQ p m, NCCS. not see anything for anyone to i, =
this period the children will inent your reporter has never i WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 be afraid of." November 25
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model.sun suits and beach wear. viewed anywhere. I I Navy Wives Club>.No &3. Social 1 Ross revealed yesterday after- : i _.
Kitty Dry and Dad follow with 1 The committee in charge of the meeting 2:00: p. m. St. Mary's noon that the President lost his !
the singing of Scottish songs, and I Fashion and Stage Show consists Parish Hall glasses while he was in swim-
Scotch plaids will be the fashion '!of the Mesdames A J. Johnson, 1 1 n go. sponsored by Navy ming yesterday forenoon A se- i 11 I
keynote Betty Hatch, Mary Mazeau, Agnes 1 Wives Club No. 888. p. in citt service man was immediately -O -
"Alice Blue Gown" will fea Lawrence and A. Kirs ted. South Beach Ristaurant dispatched. to the Little White -
" .- .. 'Public invitedInteresting. House for another
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r About an hour later the Pres- ::1 :
President; And,, Four Members, Of Notes id :nt walked along the sandy IMARED3SRll ; ;

beach. He looked into the water : .

Key West' Woman's" Clnb Attended i 1 Serve green snap beans in a "By, George," the President i

cream sauce occasionally For I suddenly exclaimed. "There are r OWNED and OPERATED by g
District; ; ll Meeting Last WeekThe extra flavor add grated yellow my glasses." !11 EDNA MILLER and MARY CARABALLO | -
cheese to the sauce
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President of the Key West dinner which will be a feature of
'I I GOVERNOR-ELECT FULLER WARREN . who will bs i about 50 fttt out into the water Dresses and Accessories
Woman's Club Mrs. Lee God :the convention. In planning the Kitchen scissors are practicalto recovered the jl Millinery I
j and glasses.
Florida's first citizen politically after the inauguration January '
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dard, accompanied by four members use for many holiday tasks. = 1
decoration will be
: emphasis I Walter L. who has been selected I
1st. congratulates Hays just as : =
last Saturday attended the Put them to work in cutting up I
shells, seafans, corals Subscribe To The Citizen lHHIIIHUIIUUIIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIIUIIHUIIIIIIIIlJIUIlllllllllllll I 1 1 I ( llKUIHiai7"
District 11 Meeting of the Florida 'I I placed on Florida first citizen civically having been elected president of dried and glazed fruit for cake I 1 I lllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimillllllllllllllllll
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in n"'Lauderdale I I It is also reported that at thel I the American Fire and Casualty Company, one of the South's II marshmallows for sweet potato

It was reported that the Key meeting in Ft. Lauderdale last I leading insurance organizations: with! Home: Office in Orlando. dishes or for desserts in shredding I '

West delegation: was received ,I;.Saturday: the Key West Cook Florida. Hays has been associated with the Florida Stale Cham- parsley for garnishing.
vt-ry warmly and the local (club'': Book was received with great interest j! her of Commerce for fifteen years as director and member of PREINVENTORY
has been asked to participate and enthusiasm by all the 'I the executive committee. In making frosting, sift the
very actively In the forthcoming District 11 ladies present, and the confettiontrs' sugar used if it is
General Federation convention few copies of the book which the j I, -- --- -' -- -- -----I---- lumpy to insure a smooth topping s

scheduled for April 21st-30th in I Key West delegation had taken Dishwashing is easier if saute ,j ;fluke the best:: use possible of .

I Hollywood( 'I!!along were quickly sold; at least II II pans and other utensils are filled !:leftover vegetables by using; Wall Board Sale ;
Miss Etta Patterson has lately 'cone hundred copies would have ;them in salads, casserole:; dishes, Always make gravy in the ,
with and allowed to soak '
water
been in conference with the overall been purchased had they been I ''sauits: an'l soups Or combine same pan in which the meal was
district chairman regardingthe available at the meeting ''I whilt the meal is being served: I th"1vlth! a cram SJ.Ul-e and cooked so as to use all the III Ip-

table decorations for the con I| Attending the meeting with I I tin w:iti.r Miould come up to tlx ;,,soi m' \c't'IV'r l meal 01 fish and pings; gravy made this way will .----.----.
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vtntHm which will be in charge :, Mrs. Goddard were Mrs. Cyril lint made In the cooked food i i.eiv" <' "\t\'l'i t.... usually have good color. : -.
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and whith decorations will carry :: Mrs. Jonathan Jackson and Mrs rr -= .--c.-=_; -'ti., :. -.:._:::.:---=----w- =-_-.--.:-.;--..-:- ? i Celotex Ceiling TileI6xi2Priintnl Celotex Insulating Board

out the motif of the seafood Robert Dopp.

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... PAINTED LIGHT"IVORY
President; / Of Junior; 'Woman9s ClnbKntertains j i t Kt{ ':,:nlar I'rir-. 81 (un.nn) M. BEVELLED EDGES
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; Members, Guests At Dinner 4G: ., \\(1( SALE $50 00 M Krpuljr truse, S8M( )() %I.

PRICE . SALE
!Mrs\ B..tt> Saunders presidentof btlmma Harvey, Hester Ril'hal"ll-I .. $50.00 M
: or SI. 11 1 I'FK BOX of B9 Sq. Fl.: PRICE . .
the Kevest Junior Woman'sClub son, Marlon Strunk, Ida GtUriel). I I bJ'/J '. .; .
I SI.60 C .I'KK SHEETEasy
last evening entertained Helen. Schuck, Margaret Scully : i. +'/ act ,T /J
members and guests of the club the Misses Joan ElbertsonGwendolyn I ; 1 f "
at her home with a charming \ ';; \i; I
James
Tile Board
JOSl.'phinc'l Curve Board Upson
dinner, the main dish being crawfish I Upson
t-nchilado. a local favoriteFollowing I James, Cora Lee Curry, LouiseKehhum I tr-
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the dinner Bunko Miry Sellers Virginia : l/ir Thin ..1'x 8' Sheeti- IHHttLh! : TIIKh:

was played; priors being won byM.nan.t Whitmarsh Mr. and Mrs. Bob i I I I'rliblnl and btn-tl 5/16" Thick Has a slick surface printed
Scully for high scoieand Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles SurfaceA off In 4" squares and the reverse side
Mr. and Mrs. Peteri oio excellent material for covering old
KathtrriiM. Blown for low Curry very
is plain like other wall boards
ccvreMrmbtrs. i Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Newt U (G Ot ceiled walls or anywhere you have
and guests at tht party Ketihmgs Mr. and Mrs. Manuel j a solid backing Regular I Irrile, :bKO.OO) ()() M.

intruded !Mr and Mrs. Jack Lopez, Misses Ellas Moreno and i
Saunders. Mr and Mrs. Bob Flhe Rae Gwynn, and Messrs on Christmas morninggive I Ha'lIlalr{ ; It..ic't', 850.00 M I. SALE $50.00 M
Browm the Mesdames Anna Chester Knowles Jack Cal bunell PRICE. . .
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officials Vocal solo will by Gene be presented Carroll and A ._( + LOCKETS: BRACELETSRINGSSETSCROSSES All of the Items Are Being; Offered At Prices; 'Way' -.

.A,*A*t .A A A A.A.A.A.A A A.A.Mr .I then Mayor Adams will make hisaddress lleloiv/ Our Cost In Carload: Lots! .
,nvi Mrs Haul ltlt, Jr.of i pE ."I'iI 'I.. ,=,'.I in d.c0'/ <'1} ;". Ih :art Replacement
dedicating the street and j:3"
30ll llama Avenue. announce i y J earlLoo" aide lersonalited gill i it All of This Material Will Sell Out !!
I Captain Adell, followed by Captain .. card ST our election 1 of gold.filkJ : Quick -
the. birth of a daughter at Galey .
Memorial Hospital on November Dennison. and ll K toM I jewelry lodolY.z .
Alter the address there will bt *: iU to SI J.SO airs tax
6th The weighed eight
youngster i
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hunts, twelve ounces at birth a parade to Truman Avenue and STRUNK LUMBER YARD
and IM been even. the name of Roosevelt boulevard where formally the I THE BEACHCOMBER
Paula Helen. mayor will cut the string -
dedicating the stl eet. The; Jeweler. are) iht'r"'lI1i'''
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Dr. :Edwin P. Hubble, famed will be escorted by the American: KEY WEST FAVORITE JEWELRY STORE Phone 816 No. 7 'IF till Street1

::'11. Wilson Calif. Observatorvfirtrunomrr. Legion Color Guard and tht I _

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' Baseball Livelier? Hitters usually best to fill the bottom, .
BOMBERS CLOWNS part about one-third full. If too I I
little water is added it may boil '

I 1 Haven't Found Out About ItBy away before the preparation in !
RAIDERS the top part has finished cook- I'
LEGION ing.
FRANK ECK N I.

AP Newsfealures Sports Writer A salad children enjoy is made :. .. It
SUNDAYFour NEW YORK-U the lively lull has done anything for l baotbalU from banana halves sprinkled ; J
TO MEET the hitters haven't noticed it: with chopped roasted peanuts.

The complete but unofficial averages of 1948 chow that 26 players Arrange the bananas, on salad I II

taking part in 100 or more games hit .300 or better the same green and sprinkle with a little '
.tub: In Senior Knseball League number that made the select circle, the previous year mild dressing if desired I

How StandLOCAL'BASEBALL However the.American League picked up in .300 hitters. The !
II"cI' rlvn "PrirfiYiiilm7Y ,! / -- .. : They junior dt'uithas: 16 players in the .300 bracket the past season ascompared The open seas are not exactlythe

with 12 the year before. Only 10 National Leaguers made level all over the world.
4t same
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ey West Senior Baseball League I in 1947 i
Itl1cIIEn: liMomisMi: ) II.\II.KS: MIO H\>"i; ('luni..p.IlStadium. ) I ;tan Musial of the St. Louis I spon'rs''',t '.'.'i .COIMLH: -

.NOIMHK.K. I OUT \I7I MMii: : PHLMUKMor i' Club- : W. 1. P\t. Cardinals 'had tits, :IxM season ,

Key West Cluwn.I 0 1.000{with 376. 'His ft'ark is the high. : Fish Are Where .You Find 'Em
1.1': \GtE! (:\1J S ON ern'TIIEUS. TO Red Raider 2 2 .500 I jest compiled in the Nitioii.ilLeague

\11'|| M"\llll) "M 1 \M: \ > nl'CHE.\Tln IN CIINKHAL: Atomic Bombers 2 2 .500, sinn -I93j; when Aiky I I
American Legion ..- 0 4 .000|'Vaimhan hit 3:1": -for PitUbursh iu' nun( I.EEltUlrr; : ;

By PEDRO ACUILAR Y j -- 1 Other National Leaguers: m the AP N"ovf-'Uf3

The four lub.. of the Senior Calendar i-efttt' circle are Ritliie A"hbiirn j t I.OISLe::> :; :' teh your f film mite of the _.hangeat place in
( of thePhillies Tommy HolmesnnJ (
BaeetuU I""RIN', h.'c' pl..1 SliorlsTtamei Sports *
Spctrhi
( : Alvin Dark of the Braves IrUio .
hard this week and air in first- M\.VTIM; ; Enos Slaughter of the C
rlat fchapo for 'the games t"tn..rrow And l.dhaw.. e>f the Buy-view Park. Nighl 'Jeff Heath of the Braves, Dixie a prowl car In sacs something flapping; on Main sheet. He picked up
at Municipal Stadium; Chicago Bearixrin' ;; hi* 2Hh HiAY i Wrlkor of Pittsburgh: Andy Paf I la 11\(' tiout .

FIRST CAME season with the National toot" I 730 to 900 pm ko of the Cubs Sic! Gordon of the I I Nine.year-old Daniel Peck TUnA\ I IN HISTORY
ball League Club.Ken :Giants and Frank Baumholt/: I Ii i I of Boise caught a IS'j.inch
i! M uci. iltrjt t no rrntnediAneind : .i.Cincinnati Holmes hit .30O for I (Know ..America)
--- : TKNNISfview I sucker in the middle of his
the first It..nM' t>eV"'ernttte Ka\"anauh.! tar tend l of I- Park. Afternoons ,'the fifth straight''seaoo.Aslihurn lawn. Lloyd Meady of Lewis I 1 1811)-False fire alarm in Now Ji

. Atomic IVimher and the Key: the Chicago. Hears= of the 'Matumal and NightsDaily I with 333; and Dark ton caught. a. 17.inch carp inV i, York school-:00; children die
West Clown. ThIs game alone Football League: fs a ', : I, hi'tinc T" wore the only !senior his basement after floodwaters ; }866-First CAR encamp I
plaSIIUFFLEBOARI\ flit
loop rookies to in the charmed -
i U worth the price of admission! tuikex rancher m the off-season circle subsided in North ment opens in Indianapoli.

, for the Bomber are determinedto I ) Ted Williams had one of his Idaho. ,: 1887-Historic $700,000 Barnum \ .:
i avenge the defeat they suffered (Bayyiew Park) good years. The Boston Red Sox Michael Carter, three, of Boise Circus fire at Bridgeport Conn. : '
of Thomas Chicago Bears have had l to home while I f
The stay the big
at the hands : won
i Daily play.SENIOR, left fielder hit .369 and now has : 1892-End of the 412 month- fI _
and the reM of the 'Clowns! theUkt mote than 73 pertent of the : kids"went fishing; Cut he wasp't I
t hit above .300 in all of his seven : Homestead, Pa., strike one of the i
time they met. gatnes: they have played since blanked. While helping his
in the majors. His recent bloodiest labor annals.
I BASEBALL years in
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Manager I. (llGraw'ald'z thcp joined the National. Football : mark is his best since 1941 when mother water the lawn a three I
.ih looking over his pitcher and League:: in 1920: ., Municipal Stadium. Afternom he batted 406 inch squaw fish flipped out the J918-American at troops Lorraine cross :: GARY CROSBY (left). 16S-pound son of Bing Crosby. is out
German frontier
last night told the writer to put SUNDAY NQV. 21- end of the garden hose: I
k Following Williams in orderarc : World War I.1934Maj. for football at Bellarmine school in Santa Clara. Calif.
t in the paper he will start with The National Football Leagueis First Game-Kev' West Clowns Manager! Lou Boudreau and Mrs. May Schultz of Sandpoint I prep
{. Mongolo Sanchez with Viti Vidalin now in its 29th season : v>. Atomic Bombers I'Dale Mitchell of Cleveland. Al was fishing in Lake Pend Oreille : Gen. Smcdle\ D. and is getting a few pointers from Coach Bill Prentice. Young.
reserve< along with Bubbcr :, Second Game-Red Raiders vs. Zanlla of the Browns Barney when one of those giant Kam- i Butler tell House Committee ofa Crosby is IS. He plays tackle and guard.
American Legion: loops struck her hook. She stood Wall St. plot to overthrow
S..tinc. First team to win the World ,McCosky of the Athletics Bob! .
Smith of the SCNDXY. NOV. 28- to turn around her boat Government with ---- --
I Manager E. Series in four -traichl" : games" Dillinscr; of the Browns Joe Di- up in to I private army '
I I league-leading Clowns said he was the Boston braves of 1914 First Game-Red Raiders vs Maggio of the Yankees. Hank better fight the big rainbow. She of half a million. {I r'limiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimin ARONOVITZiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiitiiuiiiiiiuuuuHuiiiiUHSI + ,
.. will start Alee and keep Thomas Key West Clowns. i Majeski of the A's. Luke Appling was pulled ovei'board, 1942-U. S. 10th Air Force! ----- ---

a on third. Should Alee falter. hi Lowest total of home runs Second Game-American Le- of the White Sox, Hoot Evers of Ralph Lmdbcrg: was fishing bombs Burma from India. I----- -----
will put in Thomas. But thb ever to lead the American Jion"s.. Atomic Bombers. Detroit. Bill Goodman of the Red with Walt Overson when another I 1944-Germans retire to the --

may be a trick b>' Manager Smith League i> seven-record: in 1908 SUNDAY. DEC. 5- Sox Tommy Hennch and Yogi Kamloops struck. Lind berg I Siegfried Line. E
tn get the Bombers off their and again in 1941 First Game-Atomic Bombers Berra of the Yankees, Elmer Va- jumped into the lake to seize the I 1945;)-Gen. Eisenhower made I=E 5 S
guard. \-S. Red Raiders. lo of the A's Larry .Doby of line which was fouled under a the chief of staff.
The elubs ,,'i11lu\t"up methmi.! Sam Crawford of Detroit twice Second Game-American Legion Cleveland and Bobby Brown of dock. The line broke but Lind- I 1946-John L. Lewis defies I llfl llll

'; like this: wa the American League home vs Key West Clowns. the Yankees berg grabbed the short line and I Government and sets coal strike.}I
Key West Clowns run leader-in 198 and 1014- SUNDAY. DEC 12- George Kcll Tiger third base. hung on, When he lost his grip 1947-Princess Elizabeth and I G/ t NAIE.S I Z E SIIlUSION"

1.. BuUer at short and both times be recorded the First Game-American Legion m:>n abOO nit .J03 but injuries at the fish dove for the bottom : Prince Philip marry in England j IN I

s Thomas at thIrd lowest tot-l- evcn-ever need- "5. Red Raiders. various times during the sea then turned and leaped into oaESSES
o A Mclntoch in left ed to win the crown Second Game-Atomic Bombers son prevented him from. playingin Lindberg's face. The well-dunked I Sweetbreads always should be l
s Brown at first: i' i vs Key West Clowns. more than 92 games angler grabbed the short line cooked as soon as possible after I II

Alee in the box: the Honorable :Mayor[ M.it land Two American League Rookies again and. swam for the dock. I I purchasing: since they are very I TREASURE
I O Mclntoch at short: i i Adams of Key West Ci"* :Manager -. B.1SKETH.ALLHigh r ioV the ""V) r>nks Thev are The four pound Kamloops madea :, perishable I I GOLDEN i

E. Smith at second: : i i, Ralph Spalding and the CIty, School Gymnasium Goodman, Red Sox first base. nice meal. I
man woo nitJii and Doby An angler at McCall was disc I insists there is no trouble landing
Allen in center: i,I commissioners to be at the sta- (Night) '
t W. Butler or Curry in right; dium tomorrow; and sec for themselves PRACTICE GAMES I Cleveland Negro center fielder gusted when he caught a six- : fish in Idaho. She sat in her | in a metaHic-trimmed Suit-Dress that
Atomic Bomber j j' ...i.Sthat is needed out who batted ..301.. pound sucker. He slit the fish I( automobile which was parked on g :
Santana at second: : !j jAl 'I there Since the past hurricaneit TUESDAY. NOV. 23- Seven AL batters repeated in open and found a good.sized : a bridge. While listening to a'j j jI
730: PM.-Driftwood vs.. Bocai the trout inside. : radio I I
Acevedo at short: IS a shame to see the conditions select group Besides Williams account of a prize fight she | "pirates away"unwanted -
Roberts behind the plate: at the stadium.Visitors .i i Chica they are Boudreau, Mitchell j Mrs Ken Leavitt of Blackfoot hauled in a nice trout __ I j =--
f existing 8:30 P. Bob's -. -- --- -- : =
Jor Mira at first: I to the sty woo go out I
vs Pollock's Jewelers. Valo. In the National APPEIROUTHS inches!
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third cs
Jack Villareal at : there to watch, the :game; comeawa
; WEDNESDAY NOV. 24j league, niusial. Holmes Slaughter :: i
Casado in left: .
> with a bad Impression.Key 700PM: .-Elks Club ,'s. The Walker and Pafko Store I = I IQ
repeatedas
Jim Albury in right; I|(I West is the only city ml I j I Beachcombers. ""V)() h'Hcrs 'The of Fashion'
Barber at center: i the United States where baseball !!I
Sanchez. Viti Vidal vr1Sweeting I I ,i 8:00: P.M.- Sonar School vs. When they talk about the rab-
M.
can be played the whole year
I Coca-Cola. bit trail baseball veterans E I
Ioox.l I as
the I|I
in
'round due to its excellent climate -
This game will get under and offer 9:00: P.M.-Junior Varsity v s. have been doing these days, they ". .r.
we can games every Boca Chica. 1 should ask Lefty Gomez thr shim rfI ( I
alt at 1115 p.m. I I I attraction to the ) ..
Sunday as an THURSDAY NOV. 25- I ex-Yankee : -- l' '" .
j jI I t-port:5-mindcd: tourists So we', 7:00 P.M. Beachcombers "Ten hid the r. '-- ? '" 3 I
vs years ago wi -
t SECOND CAME wonder why our citv fathers 1 I \tt( = 1, 4
Boca Chica. rabbit ball.: say Gomez "Why ::1 : .1
I In the second game the Red 1 I I some of whom have' played baseball .8:00 p.M.-ao..b'i. $Spoil Shop ,over*time .I got ready lit throw :. ) ;: -, .-
Raiders will tackle the American themselves. do not do ?Stiinc-; -
the ball I could f"f.1 l
: vs. Sonar School the I'alohlt"h..art I
: LuXKin.: The Legion 'Kids" han|(| thing for the stadium 9:00: P.M.-Pollock's Jeweler I beating; :' ?" 1 : : ,
hail l sure good advice in piactir Among the action. that should vs. Coca-Cola. : .'J..( t /P"L.I:
under Danny Las ties. i j I lie taken is naming the Radium J .q : E
" At the league meeting last'):1: "Wickers Field.*" m memory of i I Interesting NotesAsia : =- 6 t -=-

night Anguiera" La.tres ana ,I one of our boys who died in action News Notes I I ----- ----
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I run Once of the elubs In..m-I|I in the last world war and I Zrl -- l --- ---
with 1.1)7.1IfIII": ) ( -
iiroph. / t = .
\ lierv. claim that Bunsv Villarcalms i who gave the best years of his' Both the swift and tip| faregrine : \ .
is the only continent' wl'h" I I
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\ start on the mound. with life to placing baseball here to : falcon can fly 2K( ) miles an i : ;
population of f inoic than d billion 'f I
Kaki Rodriguez in reserve i, entertain the fans of the dtflTe hour 'f'I".'
llenriquez will catch. Gareia!I of charge This action will not I ; '
will be at first Paso on second.I' the deal of The United States leads the 'j" i I II
cost ,
I city a great:: I Pivot 20 to 2:) tioutnt of the E / : 1 7J
third and Lastrcs at| would world in the of ) LI
f Solomon at money but go a long way mining iron ore. land suifate of the :globe is classed .
$short with Rodriguez. Anguiera I III (I toward building the morale of as .colonial l t'rritory : I I II
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kitd Ingraham or Fernandez: in | baseball players that u> so low Approximate! 20 per cent of I : 1 ; :

the outer garden- i j(I i these days. gainfully employed p<'topltin the Hogs fie Manager Wells has not revealed 1 It is high time the city fathers United Slates are engaged! in agriculture ; snakes, even venomous one like .. I
who will pl-> for his Raiders did something about our recr a- forestry and fishing: rattlesnakes. J \ I
but the writer believes he will I Ilion' and at the same time do combined I )'
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have Harve catching and Joe something for the up-and.omin Almost half the of f
one |Mfiple ( 1 .
C<.sa. Jr.. pitching! The icst of :young boys and girLS of Key: Half the land of continental the world t \live in Southeastern 'I f'bfl I =
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the club may shape up like this: West We can help build good United States is classed as farmland ASia. \ : .... r
Al"<>n/o on first Cate at secimd,i, citizens through!: clean whole- \. I ., ,.. .. ...1 Ii
Armando Accvedo at third and some sports. How about it. you I I I On the eve of World War 11. I I I J ..1 !i ( i
Jackie Carbonell at short. with men who hold the reins of governmcnt Tw'nty-four per rent of Amer- I automobile registrations: totaled i .. Js.y\\
Baker Sutton. Valdez Fisher in the Island City* lean I land< is 32.000000) in the United States. I J f. ti 31
and J. Villarcal for I I f I=
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last :
Raiders won 4 to 2 the ; t I i
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time the clubs met. Legion w a : \ I = : -
head for the first four innings,; .. :f = i
The Makers of &mlA 1 wllmw =
fifth Present I -- w,yf { i 4. raaei 6r -- iI
but lost the game in the on 31 Ij.l' i ---- i t Gel awwYrrPi II ---- I
a hit batsman and a home run ff. ---- ---
not with ,-- ---
b>' Cates Dannywas = --
the -Kids" at the tim '. "-o thex ,
THE 2-in-l i COOlBlflBTIOIlSTORMSTOP n I I
should be better tomorrow. e 3 : .
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PITCHERS' RECORDS 71 si't ... : .... .. .,', ---
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Alee I e f the Clowns ha. won t 'I' I I
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two games: and lost none Dean !. \ \ =
ha won one and Thomas one foi ftlUninGAt2NO'SHUTTER AronoTiti' Department Str.re. Key Wcst's Largest Store is

the Clowns.. 1---t ... g just chuckful of Ready-lo-V/car items for each and every member -
C. Abreu won one and Mitchellone i ..... cf the family and gorgeous gifts for approaching holidays.
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O LasIre "
Raideis !
for the Red :
and Mitchell l loft l uric each M e:i'S i Two modern home necessities in on*-botKan = Select your Gift Linens from our :stocks! which are importedfrom
..RaidersbweetinC YEAR 'ROUND attractive owning and a positive sturdy Belgium! Switzerland and China. Hand painted cloths
for the
s'orn rhner. and napkin sets embroidered Pillow Cases. Bridge Sets. Lunchcon -
ha. wren two ;gaiiu
for the Atomic BoniKi. and Ji., PROTECTION., All ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION = Cloths. Banquet Cloths and napkin sets tea napkins vanity

Call.-51". acid Sweeting lost one against ;j IEAUTIFUL ENAMEL FINISH .I ? R I sets and pure linen Dinner! Napkin

eachVHUreal. Once again we offer the finest in hand made pastel Chinese
>Ie...t one Ranu loi tht SUN StORM-STOPS are Handkerchiefs from 50c to 52.53: each.
American Ltgion': and Kaki Rodriguez ready for action"&day
j : New shipment cf Teen Age Christmas Dresses .
has lust threc"WO WIND I RAIN I and night rain or shine, the ... Children's Coats Infants Hand-Made Silk Caps. New

STRIKEOUT'* PLAYERS and STORMS year approaches'round. When pull a on storm theFNA t For Ih(), ,*,'
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Regular players: who ha\e not TERMS convenient handle and your : "plt-a tiresCask l in the reflrl l plor; 3 and slip corers Solids. Stripes and Florals in the New

struck out to date Sulon"'n.l ': modern owning suddenlya11arWritefarfvhlWaratatlaa : of our !lr.ij. Irlaffcla formal willi liillu"iii = Daik Shades Beautiful Washable Chintz.

Henrtquez. Alon/o. E Smith ( becomes a solid rugged : E ..kirt. Crepe slid oilier formal materials.APPELROUTH'Si. = Boys' Sport Coats and Suits New Fall Shoes for Men.
Thomas. O. Melrtoeh JuliusVilareal. storm shutter or window Women and Children.ICHAS. .
KEYVENETIAN WEST "uord. I I
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SORELY ACTION BY NEEDED CITY FATHERS BLIND CO. A" lill Jal ttI..i.'i!' I ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT

The writer who M also president ('II'han IllimUTELEPHONE I
of the Senior Baseball 123 DUVAL STREET 1042 IE 511 DUVAL STREET PHONE 174 j t;

T eaP, ,,p ..tiler\?;ier invitation tlltit. --- ---;;- --. ... i TiiiiiiHiiwiwwwm; ; :iimrmu! Key West's Largest Store 1'III11\11'1\!!' IIlmllllllll

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