The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00256
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00256
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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; Ebanks Murdered, I fI Truman Expresses

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Urge \Q a IIAFAN J 'ii.-Appreciation For

Sheriff Roy Hamlin; MONGOLIA

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Tom Get Robert Witness, Last York GoOn I / BEt Suc ow MARSHALL ARRIVES IN \ Past 'Tico JT'(','kxPresident ",

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'stieriff Berlin A. ivtwjer left : Wage*; 3,300 Calcutta Kunmin g \ For Renaming:

for Homestead this morning to Job, ;Affeitiiip 350 I FORMOSA Latter \t Plane To Meet- Division Street
briny lurk a man identified as: Boy BURMA _
. Tom Roberts who i> ported to Operating C 'niMiiie| !. p/eS 0I Kong ,: I Secretary Of Mate; I "Mr Mayor I'want you and

tw the last person seen" with Henry I Inc a...rlated pno... j Bengal HAINAN i Go Into Conference i; r4TI4'I.lII'Ij'; ',the good people of Key West to
Nov 22. Truck I .
I C thanks 19. of Miami who NEW YORK. PHIIDDINE ISLANDS I know that I sincerely appreciatethe
died ton Overseas highway; at I drivers numbering 3, OlJ. went 0 100b / FRENCH t At 12:30 P.M. T nln, ; !
INDO-CHINA Trutnnn A ve. : fact that you have named a
Marathon early Saturday ton strike tdoay against 3oO;; operating STATUTE MILS THAILAND, "e .... Tae A..ris.-l Prrui
The strikers demand Mrs. D. Lariz. 802 :street after me. And I want youto
I RotM'rU was arrested on information .e companies WASHINGTON Nov. 22:- : Harry
I 1,1"1 Truman avenue believes she i know how much I enjoyed mj'.
I furnished Huy Hamlin. higher wages. Wuephoto Map / evident Truman; was:: at the i it
I (! is the first person to be ad- |self for the last two weeks_
deputy sheufl. who" was, Strikes of longshoremen: entered .THE BLACK AREA ON THIS MAP shows the extent of Communal control in China's ci.i1ar.. National Airfield this morning to dressed at Truman avenue. With these words President
dated 1 the death of Shanks, vtl'l its t5th day today. It was reported t meet Secretary State Marshall I|
I The white area denotes the major part of the country still governed by Nationalist forces. The She says that a neighboringwoman
Truman to Mayor A.
I lab., \"iI"> found ,m ,f. that ship owners in an United States is reportltd.reinforcittg its Marin garrison at Tsmgtao ((1)). The battle for Suchow when he stepped off his plane at sent her a letter at |
I Highway billy( mangled ,i effort to end the strike, have of- on'inues with sides 10:10 o'clock. I the new address It has al- I|Maitland Adams the thanks h-
held ((2)) both claiming success. The diagonal shading on the map is used to : : Secretary: Marshall
:, Roberts u as a material been known !1 felt that Division Street had been
fered welfare besides outline China. I ways.
witnea tiatnlin said: that Roberts made the trip from Paris in the
: Division but [ Truman Avenue.I .
j as street was renamed
i .* known to have been with) (Continued. On Pace Eight) .. Sacred Cow the plane that the
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The President uttered them to
Ltwnks at }M "p'. Saturday II | !i President; formerly usedRepoiters I week.
\ hour before Ehanks MOTOREI1ICLE: the mayor and City Manager
I \mf an I I
plied Marshall with
body.. was found. Ebanks and I II It Says Parking COMMISSIONER i t question after question but r 1".JIIT.6(1111. :Ralph D. Spalding just a few
t Ri>t rty{. .a r .rdn1l0( IJamlin. ----- :minutes before his airplane 'left
had been dnnkingv. but not nothing a definite nature was
were Meier RevenueIs --
y I I Boca China Naval Air Field Irerthe
intoxiratrdHamlin ASSAULTING WOMAN elicited from him. He spoke Communists
tnp back to Washington -
Ebanks'had 'I ye
said today that I!guardedly; of the situation in !'terday morning
more than $100 in his wallet "Grab Bag"rUI
V Europe generally and ik' Ian I The President strode over toI
shortly before his death. Ham: I Ij Mi.. I..m.t; (:Jiarge; lIim.\' paiticulaily, in 1 Renew Drive I Mayor Adams and spoke! hi.
Im added that the money was ,,
<'r !.1 at' C"U...i ,words after shaking hand with)
gone when State Highway Patrolman : With Thr "iiip 'Her' 'mwleLICII1 /f At 12:30: this afternoon the
I I MIAMI. Nov. 22. Cities i the mayor. The mayor and trw
Stevens was called to throughout the land are I President and Marshall began were standing at the
using Of i manager
Out His Office j
; the and said he ; Stores
scene was con : .
j parking meter revenue as a Y.i their conference in the White On Suchow ;end of a line of Naval Officers!
virxfd that Ebanks mudeceit.
(I,.I grad: bag: for a vanety of mum- 1 Suffers. Broken lip ; House Questions they are expected when the President spoke.
I pal purposes instead of spending Closed; All DayThanksgiving to discuss or have discussed I "It was a splendid thing for tire
Doris Day Marathon drove V Max Cohen, of tht, Claim: Tn l Have Miiile *
them toward improvement of the opcratoi include the blockade of President to say said Ma>ort
I her station Ebanks e= ,
wagon over parking situation R J. Finley. S"uth Beach Motels t Adams today. "I believe he wa.
was -SI rested Berlin the Russian proposal for I
Iwidv when she was driving along (sin-, Hut Government
of the South Florida what he said to
manager today the Soviets to issue an the currency i sincere in meHe
the highway: Shortly later a bus on a warrant sworn out
driver noticed the body lying in Motor Club affiliated with the I I by Miss Marge H Lang: who Joe Penrlman. president of used in Berlin the situation ? hpoktman. Sa>* certainly went out of his wv'to "
i: the highway and called the state American Automobile AssociaUOTVSJ lives at. 2210 Staples avcnuA : the Key West Merchants' A.- in Palestine and what is con- make a. point.. of. ..yu t what
, luthway patrolman.A d here today. charging him with assault and sociation. said today that all itdet a '.the! grave situation of 1- ItelteN Thrown lark I he did." t
"Reports from A. A. A, national battery. member stores will be closed the Nationalist government in j There were many pcTwjhs::
neis viewed the
curi: > jury headquarters". Mr Fmley Peace Justice Roy Hamlin said .11 day Thanksgiving which Cnina. I "B. Thr V-uMn-lalril Pr..iI !along Caroline and Duval streets!'
tidy of Ebanks in the Pritchard I
Funeral Homo Saturday. The reported "show that on a national today that Cohen who was released will be observed Thursday. Ai to Palestine. it was said that i NANKING. Nov 22,-A com (Truman Avenue and Roosevelt
adjourned until today At average only about 20 per cent after he poed $1 1)00) November 25. both Jews and Arabs oppose the I mum t broadcast declared today i boulevard, when the President
Ihr jui Ilnthf' to bo of the revenue from meters uu bond will be arraigned betoie division of that country accord- that the communist troops have ;departed from the Little White
inquest is re .>cd to pay for their cost of acquisition 11111111.1back : which ( :.House at the Key West Naval
to the Bernadotte plan
.uiiMxi it is expected that SheriffSawvii {him when Miss Lang sets out of IDS; reiuwed their battle for the cap-
intentnfO and: upkeep Monroe County Hospital. He itt i s recommended b y Great :Station.
will IK back with Rob- ;
The other 80 per cent of th C- I t potted the woman Buttered a due rent She claims she II Britain. tort of Surhow i I The Pre (hent occupied tr <-
'rl- 1 I millions! of dollars of revenue ,. broken hip and is still under felt to the sidewalk and suffereda i Conditions in China pose a The, spokesman said that communist ,.first car while Mrs Truman and
--- from these devices is. dumperinto t > treatment at the Hospital broken hip in the fall. i hard question for the President) troops are hammering,Miss Margaret rode in the second
the city treasury: thus ar hospitalin From I hard on the eastern flank of the i automobile. The trip through the
Bcriiadotte According to :Miss Lams( she She was taken to the and Secretary Marshall
( unfair rust of the city 1.0"J.n.; I was thrown bodily out of the a Pritchard Funeral Home China have come appeals to the Nationalist forces and that .some : city was uneventful The PreM 1-
.being! loaded on the shoulders o* iP')r Photo I South Beach Motel of tire when ambulance after beingre.ted; At United; States from Generalissimo gains have been m the. motorist I I she had an argument with, a clef k the scene of the accident bv aphysician I and Madame Chiang/ Kai-shrk. l But the government commun- I[He smiled and waved his bat. HC
I Plan Opposed | It is a wtjelv-known fact ARCH LIVINGSTON above). employed. there regarding some :: who was c.llcd who declare that China is in ; ique tated that all attacks in he: passed through the streets
that the parkin? problem cannot busiaess exec ...e o. -Iall.h'-- I great peril of beintt overrun by that sector have been thrown I I At Boca China Air Field the,
the solved at the curb and that ace has been asked by -G communist
(cities, if they are able to survive elect Fuller Warren to ser as Kai hek added that if China is (Continued On Page Eight) I number of Naval officers befoie
Russia .
By must adequate off street ; NAVAL ENLISTED MAN --- the and "
') \ provide Moor Vehicle Ccmmissioaerof overrun. it will mean the torn I reaching mayor rtu
facilities Use of meterrevenue He for the
I parkin: Florida. For nine years Livingston rm.nits will exercise control inV Stale ServiceOfficer manager posed newspaper -
for such purposes wouldbe i i : photographers/ and. with
Delepile) >u,.,* I Unfair i iTu in the interest of the motorist has operated hu auto all Asia a smile he walked up the ramp,
mobile loan and finance: business ; BEATS 3 POLICEMENrret
and city developmentHowever ( i HereOn and entered his airplane.
l huh .\rub AmiJe I, most cities are diverting in Tallahassee. He is a I Criminal Court I The President wife a n't I

.lulled. I'lattlugiuw i iI : : these revenues to general I native of Madison and formerly l .\ Hook-I FairSef daughter also entered the mi ,
% ; business Jackson () \\
I in
ly in
and unrelated purposes i" with the For cdncMlayM ( ( plane. The official party that

I: .red I In llritaiiiPMtlV !!{exception of Miami Beach which villa.TernIerttrlres. .' .. !' oral Charge-: ; : Westers Opens Today i !1 accompanied. the President entered
I its I to be commended for using all Key a second: plane, while thnewspapermen. -
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in meter revenue toward eliminating j Man UralKuk'! i & Trials i : wti-n:; photograph<<
Nov 22.-A Soviet del their parking problem. Serving (OnDcstrnvcr) Ry ) i Sf ivies fiffn;r theMuniof '! radio men and others entered n .
:,.!, at H scion of the United I I "From the legal standpoint | (.iI.I.Nrulolo'nI countv veterans'rvM-c third plane
Nations today assailed the BeniM'lottr meter are installed under the '\t 7;30 A.?'!.. EST I Criminal Court optnel {<* jury <>ffKm Whitehead street n 1 The Presidential >'''rht tlWilhamsburg. "
pl..n'f.or the division of police power and the revenues, Thin city poiietnicn: wen" ) trials at 11 am toda Thirtv-.-two November 21 from 8:30 a.m_ tn I I left at 2 p.m \<',
.Palestine Ixtwern Jew and therefrom must in n>n,cquenceI Station Temp !' injured at l.U": m. Suml i\' prospective junws S wen on hand. ;: 5 p m. to assist veterans with, insurance I i[terday for Washington '
._ ....... f Thomas ;, prnhknns as w-ll l as tn 'I(
At >U i be reasonably commensuratewith ,.Atlanta)1): !' after they airested William W. r.sore. TN and were told by Judge:
lie diilaiel the plan was notMtrptdt'lr .I cost of installation aril operation I I Augusta S2 !' GREAT LAKES. Ill,-John T. S. Caro to go hone until tomorrow I. employers of veterans under the !
'' Hooks a Navy enlisted man foi I "<;.I. Bill". sciMiolinc subsistence Two Submarines
either to Jew or' The fart that this cost is Buffalo 42 Davis stewardsman UbN husband when the trials\ will start
Arab.. and added that the Bern- i i|only about 20 per tent of the to- Charleston 59 |, being: intoxicated and using pio of Mrs Dorothy Davis of I This morning: Judge Carr etc.Mr. -
vth-tte 1 plan i> only another name 'tal 'take' is indicative of the Chicago 36 fane language. Key West:: and James K.. DaVIs beard guilty pleas from Guv A Ptnton will. also br available Get Tomornw I
for the British plan as it was I!| : Corpus Christi:: __ .. 43Ft. :)I I They were Serge; ->nt H l, B Bov husband of Evangelme Davis. Wadsworth charged;: with reckless to all veterans and their dependents -i i'
I engineered l b\' the British govfiniiient : me-ters Worth 3'j' kin and Patrolman Gabriel Las Key West. lOre serving'; aboard driving; and Jaumtia Johnson ', with any claim or brm- i
j I I atlng: Failure to use revenues Galveston -. .. :)0) I tres:: and Eugene: Hernandez destroyers which are taking part charged;: with vacrancvadsworth ,, fit to which they may be entitled i Two subniaimes. the Triinchiih ..
At the meeting of the Security '':'equitably and intelligent: will Jacksonville 11I Lastres suffered a black eye andi in the Nort west Atlantic. ".\' was fined S2j and :: on account of military service. i and the Clamagoic will.
('i nunt.il. sex neutral nations reuiiwd undoubtedly lead to grown! resentment -I KEY WEST 83 i I was beaten badly about the aims Th" Sc on; Task Fleet is com Ct:>t.s. while the woman had sen- which includes assistance to widows I turn to the Key West Naval BI ..
: their discussion of the i I\ on the part of the motorists I Key West Airport 80 The other tw officerseie mondled bv Vice Admiral D B tence deferred. :, children and dependent par- I tomorrow after an abwniT' '
I I struck and kicked by Hooks whose u- Carter ani addition several weks, at New. Li>n-l.,iConn. '
Berlin ttlotkadc Led by the Ar- I and to new court tests on I Louisville\ 48I Duncan USN flagship Tomorrow Richard ents of a veteran in to
iteiitiiuan delegate: they stated ;! the legality;: of the devices'* I Meridian. 33 I Lasties\ and Hernandez wen the battleship. USS Missouri George!:: Skellman of :Miami will any claim for compensation or i 1 .. it was announced ttid 1;i\ "
find solution I I tailed to a bar room at Duval and of attempt wishto the Kev West Base
hilt they honed to a Miami 7fiI ------------ -- he tried on charges benefit that the veteran may
to the problem that would '! I Memphis 43;)i Greene sheets to investiati:: ;ns;: to breaK: and enter the Mid file under the. :G.I. Bill. 01 I i On Wednesday the Miimi.n
I U. air-ptable i to Russia and theti Repairs To( Bei I !New: Orleans 63 noise Thev allege hat Hooks ,et Bar with intent to commit under anv other law Itl antm/o: /: : the Corporal will return l I..
,.tri n PowersFor I I New York 40( ( was very' drunk and using: I IOlll Plywood Wall Board larceny. The pair was arested benefits a, a result of entitlementfor from the amt point.
Made To Toys I Norfolk S5 language: When they itttmpttH j jI some time ago while breaking military service. : Ariivmg at the Key W,'st !Nal
i !Oklahoma City .. 21'I | to arre-t Hooks. the man sudden STIU''ftR LI'MBERARD( through the roof of the bir ---- \" Base\ tomoiniw will >H. I Itmkei ,
: 01I I II Iv' turned them II Moran i .... .. .. ,...
Sale! For Salt! Omaha 15Pensiada on TELEPHONE 816 On Wednesday Hush -. No"' with I I. i iErtsolmi
1 The members of the I lit struck Last:e; :'f t.- th Garlan W Ewalt will bt from IWaitmint. T
Regular: 61 ;, and I \
DOUGH.) )(; : !%Ton I amiFashion
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Fellows Club are sponsoring t !Pittsburgh 4iI r & i4 L4csLQn'a3e. 5uu tned ron charges of dn\'m.: un- Stage The N..x'..h.t. will, take .fJ W', ,
Likt Newt .
Panel Truck
Community Christmas Tree to behold Roanoke tr.I -- dei the influ,mt' o-f I liqu'iwwsrwrPt.ww..w..v i ntsdav morning t for i Jatks r .
\ ,\KKirs, Inc.Opposite I _
during the holidays. Theyare St. Lour :28 Slxnv ---
Bus Station interested" :: in soliciting toys of I,San AntonIO .30; PALACE LAST TIMETODAY

:'' various kinds either in brokencondition ;Tampa 7 BRADY'S (Sponsored by MARALOYMufflers.1
--- or in ;god:: repair --1- I Me POINCIANA P..T. A.) ,
!.These toyonll:: be repaired and 1---- :I { IatInee CHILDREN ZOcADOLTS NIGIIT CHILDREN, h Tail and Exhaust". Pipe
put in shape for distribution:: I 1 35c b L s. SOc I TUESDAY NOV. 23 for All Can

Make ReservationsNow For Your I Citizens ansuch who have items in their are possession requested -- i ROTARY{ .t_,-.."".._... ._... .. _.-.........-:-..."'_""'..,......"'- _--__1t.- L .' ". ..............,"" : CHOICE POULTRY I (Tomorrow) Roy' Key West Auto Phone Prt 4(2

to-bring <>i- call. the Douglass ASSE 1 lnL\r GREATEST'STORY 1' !11314 Whit Street Phone 540 ii:nn'( /'. M. 121 DUYIII St.

ThanksgivingDinner ; High: School. Phom I lay; or : THE ..__......._.. .'. .. ... I ELKS ---
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LEE'S ORIENTRESTAURANT Celebrate I IIU KevnoliU. Street i\\ l\1\\ rtk > by Beatrice Moreno BARGE LINE. Inc.

IIM- .. Nof. 23nl H It.)I. s SERVICISTTIO: I .Hawaiian Dances by MA YDE.MALLORY DOCKS
r.a" +abMwi.wu Division Phone 9134 I
Thanksgiving i au.V Francis at LEKA BROWN TELEPHONE 6.1'exl
All Directors and Committee cure I V..r PI Kb OIL lie.irrGrease. DRY and DAD-
with your Family Ic Friends tEl Spray or KITTY Barge Leatet
Chairmen uroed to attend nORD ITC
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t_ r. 'R T",". O..r ... rbs..h.. Peter Roberts, piscatorial philosopher Br The AUodatecl: Pmss id / .
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Com From.r Jta ..< Ann $tr..t declares he ordered the weather 1 Days ByAS
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... a. "_r_ ...n') President Truman enjoyed in KeV e t Se.ctd! programa .a .IStd beta' T BY EMILY NOBLE ] : TAKEN FROM FILES
I brIalCan I it tOe .m. "m. 11II.... A' ...
are N.wof..r"
i;: ")... ., ..., 1\.a. .......14.. as s.eon4 daM matter for two weeks from Sear, Roebuck. day ,,,...." "..".". Tin'. ......t.actanda"d. OF THE CITIZEN OF
Fee c.n.1 I .t.n".r" at.tract. NOVEMBER 22. 18! .4
WI.UIIr.M OK till %..MWITKU PK1' The Citizen roes not agree with Pro- i .". bar; for ISanIn' stani.CrC CHAPTER 4 arrows against the dusk. And Joe''' stared. Rosalie was standing in
entlU.a tl) .
'ItANUMal.... h.% I. 'I..h.l two hq.r. I j
.. almost' topplingMrs. the dimng room. They could
.... credited7t.1i came dashing in
# 1ev -! all
mf v.m4eI"tt .IB.r.l_ r.'rd In the parrr. and 'essor Roberts. and thinks' he does not I LOTTIE drew herself up.tmDon't Feeney in his excitement. He I barely make her out m the dark- Fulgencio Batista of

p ':e!' ,... >*-.l .... ",,iKli.h'd h -rr._ agree with himself. With his seventythreeyears 1 NOV. 22 THROUGH} NOV. 241.00Roneymoon ,1 me to cook. I'm going stood panting just inside the door. j ness. Mrs. Monahan didn't c-i y out. ,.the Cuban army made an address
now. held
His eyes were shining. \ She sensed something and San Carlos expressing -
C".- T_pm "I ..(HIPTI4"\ H TF.1 no'_'__ .. 11% .. spent entirely in Key West, he knowswe Me..i.. I "You can't darlin'. We won'ti "Rosalie. She's back. She's; I out :lier arms. !',',this afternoon at in being ini
.... t..' In V. T.-qbaLircaWUst i I let You have to help us his pleasure
you go.
:t home Ma. "Come to heart darlin and ,
don't have all kind of weather me West
asevery that Key
CIub3bIiSEarnard lIe said
T" )1.eths _. .___ .. Zee lOUt. You look prettier than i I Key West
.. ._. .___._ 3I. FoW.s-cb. i any ty course she's back. She and let me hold you. i
.. .U, .. Us: geographically and spiritually
other does. the
no. in the in wide world. '
city picture Every "
nht _. .. -- .: country '-38-Th. ct.lanaainw-ftll. I her Wayne had to have a honey Rosalie never moved. 1 came
,. That one kind of weather We' never Haves tfob Pool Show-mba I time I see you I want to rub me moon, didn't they? Don't every- over the roofs, Mrs. Morwhan, I ''a part of Cuba, but added smilingly -
"naTI"I" H'TI: Fred eyes and say only the good Lord have to to New York knew would to talk "I don't want the United
10 00- Wai-lnf Shew-nb body come everyone run ,,., ,
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)4ad. n .n "II"IPFA"IU..TIfI "- cold weather. The mercury drop Music For You-cbs can understand how you belong them I'can't for
may I for a honeymoon even fancy to me in the street cometo States to get after me saying
My Story Drama_ba t lo us. But I can't talk.'I gotta run
movie stars? Kiss sister orzhe'll I-I'm running I "
: : your supper. away.
.All 1.14111 K..II-IHI. ar.u ..f thank rMl tlonsrr I twenty degrees or so, or possibly 25. but it 10.30-.Hoor of Sria!_nbTh and talk Mulrooney out of the I thirik you're as potty as the just came for some old clothes. that.: SI
;" .r .p1. Mtuarl' c.:n-> peema. etc.. alU Le hat in the Uodfrcv Hourha5a best grub in the store. Here's thehgek I I -
never dropped, seventy-eight I It With llus-c-siibs rest of Us. I thought I could slip into the
"... I.* at the rate .1 >Is.cIte a line.' I Florrie. Use it on her1 if she Ij j member of the Sodality -
.C'r.. |.rt.i.rtm.r,.. n.< l.y "b.. from 'rea& the local Weather Bureau It.09-Kay Ker Shgw_b. house and get away unseen. i i I Fourteen
.h4.h F.e.c.. I. t., ,.. .1., ..rd .rc '. e't" II line history of 11.4J-Serial. '!'.. brs.)-c tries to.tun"away.'Come oh, TuJTy.! alp YOU think rm staying you'revery The woman leaned against the of St. Mary's Star of the Sea .
n. "Ia.. Ic .oro I" n trim and '.vU.. ell".w. low for have frost. Even Off we oo. 1 much Mother. door to her bulk. "What's I the Rev.
enough us to the mistaken: steady I accompanied by
.. Church
.._.... ... ... ... I--" ot'.I. .....jr.'"c ..f I..al ..r v ., 4"- Cottie nce'w 's 1rUrbirt .' C .....,.. 1..1....., I..,. .. I '1 I' ...h.h .n..nymnI lowest temperature in history has hada 12:00-Weloom* Travelers-a b ." I merely dropped in to tell you I the matter RosalIe? Joe we need P J. Kclk-her. S. J., left today for
.. our Kate disgr ctul; :This is"Sure -- < Terence into lights m -
......... al..a. fcniitb iLtf-Hotirmbe am putting a proper j Jacksonville to attend a conven- ;
safe margin above the freezing point. 12:30()-Words and Uusle-nbc it is. All .that and more. school so he can forget he ever "No, Joe. rm going back right order November i4
!lIon of the on '
CHI! Slater! at Lunca-nib. Now open the window so you saw this street or anyone on ft." away.
Further. all Key Westers know that 1.00-3Iusi ia Half Hour-abV can cool off before Joe gets here. Joe caught her arm roughly and "Back where. P.osalie?" The <25 and :26.F ;

our climate, particularly our comparativey *-Hippy C of-tub* Then we're gonna have the big swung her around. "Don't talk woman was breathing hard. _
UO-l/Qlabl., or S.tltingM fun. Rosalie comin like that to Jllu ru "Where is ?"
Imagine back or slap you Wayne officials and a group of ,
((3)) 1 1948IKPROVZMZXTS I warm winters, is good all the year Krakft for In a t Hollywood>ay-mb* -a bUuceu home and her gone just a week to sleep." "I didn't marry him. His famiJywouldn't i other City Key Westers held a meeting -
today. They musta come back to She shook off his hand. TYou have me. His father
round. We have heard many a Key \West 2:30( -Serials! for 314 'nI.,-nba gave yesterday afternoon in City t
Bnd and Groom-a beTh New Yvrk for their honeymoon. touch me you-you thing and I'll me five thousand dollars to give
er. who left here in the summer complain Hop Cheit-mba And I ask you. don't millions do put the police onto you. You'reso him up. I took it. Now you know Hall to arramte for a drive J

S.CO-Lad,., B. Seated-aba it every year? Now there's a gen- brave aren't you, when it She turned and vanished against mosquitoes in Key West. 1
on his return, about "swe iting out his soulcase" Red Benson Show-mbI I
tleman that is a gentleman and comes to threatening defenselesswomen. through the back door opening .
while away. :JO Ozark-Th.\aliey House}Party'ullls-mb.-ct>s rich as a nabob." ." from the dining room into the Key West Junior of Commerce,

:_ rOB KEY WEST Our same Weather Bureau in its 4:CO-Hint Hunt Quu: <-cba "I must say I'd be ashamed to Their mother roared. "Get me hall Joe stood rigid. Lottie came at meeting last night, passed a t
and stop squabbling. This is and pushed them to switch .
Second hloneyuoonaboi I push my dying mother into a up a I in by the
m : ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN !seventy-eight years': history, only twice has i 4:30-W inner Take All-cba> hospital and run off to marry a big night. Joe will you stop on the lights."What's resolution
chamber for its excellent
at the window and the matter You both senior
0-Treasury Band-cbaK stranger just because he was
;;::; recorded temperatures that went up as I .:: ddies Hour (west repeat I .. rich." I up?" look-I. look,as if you'd seen a ghost" work in behalf of Key West this.
: U'eu-abc aDd mb He heaved her to her feet Joe turned and walked
f 1, Mart Hotel Apartments.X high as 94 degrees. The fact is, during the Lottie fairly sniffed. Mrs. Mon- quickly .year. ;
and Pavilion. he and Pat could do it just right. through the door. Mrs. Monahan
Buch Bathing ahan waved Pat's hook and it
S m 'ummer. our temperatures' range in the He helped her walk, his arm sank heavily into a chair. Lottie Ward of Fore i.
\ *. Airport*Land and Sea. slipped. It crashed through the David Elmar
: about her-at least stared her.
80s and fall back into NETWORK PROGRAMS window beside her fell part way at senator of this dis-
occasionally an elected
the pane
..Itd tion County
m C. C p > around her waist. i "What is the matter? Did you
I :..: : City Government upper 75s. We have noted on numerous occasions t'iintz"dar Tn', s.ast.rnatz I nub tzctos.tda'd...Fseas....r. for out woman into looked the street and A passing blinked.old She leaned on him. "Boy, it's a see a mouse or what?" .trieS, has a letter published in :.
i Auditorium. ,Sstz.n ctmod r4aubtraC I t.. i up grand night': for us. Think of it." "A rat, my girl.': Go up to Mul- The Citizen: today, thanking voters -
8k Community when our summer temperaturewas coo-.. ...... lac.' .1.',.... c"....' "Is it throw in the house out of He spoke softly as they walked rooney's and send Pat home. Take in Key West for their sup-:'" i
j .
: in the 80s several cities in the country PS Last ourotrela mauls y pro9rzm to "t Scat..".ac"o".I...... ..n. I the window" y'omre, Florrict Mona through the string of bedroom I TurTv and get along with vou." port. He said that, though his district .
..t be .fcluded.MONDAY .. "Ala, I don't think I want to see "What about the party?" 350 miles long and 100)). "
sweltering with heat up to or higher than The fat woman drew a deep Ro".he-and her husband." "There ain't no party." She suddenly is
t :. I breath. "I needed air in "Well wide, he will strive to represent'the <.:
100[ degrees. a hurry maybe she just come roared. "Do as I tell you
: :-: MONOGRAPH NOVEMBER 22 Mrs. Feeney." herself. We haven't seen: him. and don't ask questions. Do it entire area fairly and effectively -'

Key West's climate is such President h..i., It was getting dark. the thin now." \ ,

: .mile Header: Truman come here whenever he C:00-V.ws Broadcast-obCJ I Lite :snow was turning into "silvery i WPThey both stopped dead and 1 (To be continued) '
may .
.Xevtvcast. K:,,r, Day-.:.b. Mrs. Reynold Thompson and
1- -- --- -- ----- I
: -: Yt'1Iterday the m(vt prominent per- I wishes and find agreeable \n*..rk Silent, Hou---aweMotKiJdi -- --
an temperature :, ,,,. Hour U.Jt'oU-alO4.t! ; S son Gary, who had been visitingher >
I e MUI in that count I left hl"Y'est after1 Compared with that elsewhere in the Ntwu--k SI'ent: U hr )_m is-at I TODAY'S parents. Mr. and Mrs. Emeho{
Kiddies Hour trepet)-mfc: -'' lC Gift Jacket Available For BondsI
.. a twtcek's. vacation .but to the youngtrgeneration United States. lie will get a warming sun ::15-51>0.1.: Music T me-.be! ANMVCKSAKIKS: : Lounders in Miami returned;;
.... home
iou .d ll..lt.K-Slkltlj s's yesterday. |
..; a bigger man is coming in the day, shut. otf sometimes by rainfall, I i:45-Xe"cast by Thtt.-nbc. I a (Know America ; .>

next month. Ask little boys or girls and cooling winds at night, generally 7.00-Supper Lonell: Ihomas Club-repeat>c.ba.kI n >-cb* 1754Abraham Baldwin I Mrs. Hubert Trout and daugh) .

rue lieu'ah'! sit-clNe >. lamed ten, Barbara Ann returned Sunday -!
I Who he is and they will tell you quickly. trade Wiflls.Ve need entertain .. -abc Georgia lawyer, college
no r* and uI.t .
lulton L.*... Jr.-mb. founder and head, a Constitution i from Daytona Beach, where f
.: :: : TilE ORACLE qualms about cur weather any time the 7.15-News and CU11It1.nt-nb. II i amer.. born in Guilford, Conn. they had been visiting Mr*

Jack smith Show-c>>sIX Dieo March 4. 18117.i115&Wiliiam ) Trout's grandparents. |
President[ sees fit to visit us. We have the ijr Cnm..eDlaabe i!

Diiner Da;_robs H Elson. midWest ---: :-
"goods. 7:30-\'all Damme Qulnttt-nba scbool head, author of the, Today The Citizen says in an's ,
: Cob Crosby C' ib-cOs
: l.one Kanrer l'ra"a-abo tamout. Elson Readers of his editorial jaragraph: t
I tUnry J. Ta>k r-oiba "It's always to tell other'
Carrollton easy
The Russians do not desire war-because gem ation born at
: : What President Truman will be able 7:45: :-News<-Xews Uuaca5-b.Cornment-nbO, Ohio. Died: Feb. 4. 1935. people how to settle their dis-T
they are not ready.. *
bpurii Comment: -inb* 185t;William Stanley. electrical -: putes.
-: to do in the four years that lie ahead will I ICO-C3\'II'cale: 1 of Ane'ia-flb3 I inventor of the alter- _ _
,, genius
ITIQuotum. Vt :y .b
-. depend entirely upon the willingness of : INDUSTRY MUST BE DISPERSED I.;.>'don llcBa Sbuv-abe = s.;. nating current system of power Canada's Northwest Territories J
Toe Falcon A.hentur.-wll. transmission born in New- York. and Yukon have a total area of'I
:- the "ongrew to go along with him in his S.30-Ilama-d \Barlow Cuncet-obS' Died May 14. 1916.1879William ,over 1 o million square miles. *
'k>.jrr jr Ta.njicOlil: *-c
:- recommendations. Because there i is "no known defense Unfair< Aloud Dramamba545Walter O. McGeehan
.1 Christmas Gift folder far fniM States SavIngs Bonds Jea-
: ...... .
::. It in impossible at the present time, to against: the atomic bomb except space itself 55-Hy Gardner:iernas-abe.J_mtt I t__ reacadmctMm of punting... ".Plea*ant TMIey.." by Carl Lawlett. noted San Francisco journalist s..s.ss.s.s.e. S -
and New York editor but n
: ascertain the views or intentions the ,", Ralph F. Dimmitt, an engineer, sug- :03oorh Concert. Uueit-DboTb WASHINGTON, D. C.-For the ment by Dr. H. O. Schuster. Mystic, I !sports -BICYCLES-
Nov.- 2:).
Francisco. Died
HaOio Theater-cb* first tune since the end of the war Conn. the owner, in
Member of Congress elected this month. gests the decentralization of existing in- Ci"n;: tji..tr Music, -jb<. the United Stales! Savings Bonds Vernon L. Clark national direc- 1933.

It is certain. from the size of the Demo- dustrial facilities. including chemical t:IS Gabriel-Ntw Heatter Uro4dcat Comment-mb.3O -mba Du charge lon, a.is four-color maKing available Christmas free gift of, tor ol tle savings bonds division: 183?Thomas Beer. novelist-, | Repaired and Rented >
has arranged! for distribution of the
:- ': -l>r. L U Uuw Show nb. jacket for savings bonds. The cover bIOgrapher. born Council Bluffs. ,
Vratic majority in the House and Senate processing plants.Mr. stars; in tue Nifht-aimHollywood features the reproduction of CarlLawless' gift jacket through state offices of Iowa. Died Apr. 18. 1940. Also in Stock-NEW
-T: .lk-mil the division businesses and industries ;
"Pleasant Vaiiey"Permission
.; that the President will have greater support Dimmitt asserts; that his suggestion *.Si-New far ( iliautea-mbi painting.for use of the painting planning Yuleude and yearend I 1893 Wiley Post, aVIator.

I in the future than in the past. but is not "war talk" but, on the contrary, 19' .00-Coittnteil' C"m.rt-.b was granted. the Treasury Depart-< bonuses banks and pobtoffices. .I born near Giand Plain Tex. Kill- BICYCLES TRICYCLES
-Mv Fii mend Irma-cbaNe -
---- -- -- -- -- t-d. with Will Rogers in plj.ne WAGONS
.. ,
-: this does not mean that every recommendation he suggests that dispersal of industry : merUo-abc I -
a proper between Roose\elt Churchill
Etch and HOI.I..l: -nib* TODAY HISTORY: ; ; crash. Aug. 15. 1938. ;
S :: will be acted upon favorably by will be a strong factor in maintaining 10:1S-X.: Broadcast-abc j and Chiang-Kai-shek !, and SKATES

10.30-:Music ApPlntmelOt-nb. (Know America) | 44-The PolitA-al, Actions ;I A covxred biidgo at LiiccineSwitzei 1 !'"
the Congress. I i Overseas Store
peace because no enemy would attack"a Bolt Ua.uia/ -tb Cycle
Starring Kay atari'--ib. 1839-Armed conflict along j Committee. C. I. 0.. made a per- > lund, built in 1333 s f bej
: .a It i is generally assumed from the succtsaful nation hose ability at retaliation could Dance land Saow-n.bs
the Maine New Brunswick mament political organ. j heved to be the oldt-t such span i 920 Division St. Phon. 1383ass.
:_: fight that labor leaders made be blow." 11.00-;Nevaaiely.. I brs.-cba j I 1946 Drastic "brown-out"' ordered ..e e.ssss...s..sssss.
up- not impared by a surprise :Ness< and l>ai>u' Band-abcNeva. border in boundary dispute <. I I still exi-ting

.: on Members' of Congress who voted for The engineer says that industrialistsmust : : Newt. Dane. band 2 tr*.-n.b* seemed inevitable when Get. 1 b> Government in 21 j
11:15 Variety to 1-obc ; as'John
L. Lewis nod
.. States
is sei
: Winfield
Scott hurried to the
; -. the Taft-Hartley Act that the sentiment I consider the possible; destruction of I 12.00: -Dancmc Continued-abc-.oat scene and restored order by ;' a summon to appear in Fettei CHRISTMAS ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand

j : Congress! will be overwhelming in support everything within a three-mile radius of I The temperature of the surface peaceful means. Court. i EQUIPMENT

;:- of the President's recommendation to a bomb dropped in flat country and half of the bun is calculated to 1867-Ex President Jefferson I j''I Today the average Amentan 1 TOYS 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 2SG....

I this effect. However Representative Fred that distance in hilly terrain. Bv spacingout be about 6.000 degrees centi Davis of the Confederacy returns : eats about one and one-tilth __

1 :. A. Hartley. Jr., of New Jersey, co-author plants it will be impossible to destroythe ; grade. to prison Richmond.under $100,000 released bail. from pounds of nut meats a vear toi.i NOW ON DISPLAYUse Place Your Order for ''**

-: of the Act. recently pointed out that 1870 The American Woman I pared with loui"iift> ol a pound Our Convenient PERSONALIZEDCbrislllltlS
330 industry of a nation because of the LEGALS I i
I ':'\i in 1909. the Burt'.m ot \gi;lll i LAY-A-WAY PLAN I
: itembers of the House who voted for the cost of manufacturing atomic bombs on a Suffrage Association first meets. tural Etonomit. I npoit- ,' Cards
I in Cleveland. { __ :
Act have been reelected and that in the wholesale scale. I" Tilt: I IH("t IT < Ml HT OP TIIKKl : 1873-William M. Tweed. no- i -MALL MARK t
-- Senate 55 Senators who voted to over-ride Dr. Dimmitt comments that there are : vr\K 4>r' rl.OHIIIl.IN torious New Yom k "boss" given' SANTA CLAUS HAS LARGE SELECTIONYou
"MI bolt MOMIOK (01'1'. The Hobby Shop
: the President's veto are still in their seats. trends which tend to disperse industryand 1% illtNtt.Hl.M; 12 years in prison for stealing JUST DELIVERED Are Invited To Look
: ,- i5-IBI: Undoubtedly. President Truman will says that recent surveys show that M!.\ItIi I \\THKKINK. : <<>'K:. 1918-American M>soldiers begin
reoomment the repeal of the Act which "more plants: are being located in smaller ,- riaintitl.1)1\..HC tHlax :I trek: home from World War.' I.
-: \\'.\ : IIt\\ 1:1:: I UK.. 1939-Historic 1]. S. Supt cote Doll For Every ------- ----- -
even his opponent Governor Dewey admitted communities." lie that ,
reports manage- Defendant.t.IltIml Court decision tailing unconsti. Little Girl's Birthday"I i I

:n: needed some amending. The same ment realizes that sometimes greater efficiency %\llO1I4 0.' t HI: Tit HI!%4 rt>h1IIt>K: ltT \ tutional the ordinance prohibiting i .

'' WVIIUKX iltVMN 1M II.:. lt\l I ,. distribution ol hleiatuie on *f' Our Lt.>- f IWY I'lan/ Overseas
: in
Congressional line-up regard to other TransportationCompany
can be attained by dispersing op- I > :5.: Utll ft...." .". 1_ a'. I
the streets.1941John
= io.i: sues will be important. The outcome on perations and that lending institutions are :r:,r.1 Fleet l'mtictn Imot. ..(lime. L. Lewis accepts i .

.: many proposals will depend, in a large beginning to take an interest in the ""u NVmrw.are hervlmv. ;N.; \requIred ,.. appear President Roosevelt's proposalfor : TROPICAL TRADER Inc. '

degree, upon the effectiveness of the "strategic safety of plants upon which t.. tie i>......n Itill .,1 -m- "a board of three to arbitratethe ,
plaiSt' filed "a'1, you in the abovevialed coal strike.1943Hat' 718 Dun Street Phone 1000
..: Democratic) organization in both House they advance funds." .'aocp. on err ,...f..r.> the S',th I
Cam Conlt-ieiHi. Fast and Service
Ibseahor. A. Ii. tili: ..'h"r.I Ibo it' 'ci Dependable Freight Express
.- ami Senate. ail.'gatioam crf sail Bill a ill 10. taker. --- I
,. -betwesa-
a commfemmmrd It '''U ---
Whether this will be a tightly-knit Civilization may be the benefits I"'S"S'" ORMKRKP at K. \ 'r
UVM. Fkmri.la. thl- llth mIa l .\ mat x..m..r. .;- MIAMI and KEY WESTAlso
: and easily controlled group remains be rived from learning from others. '.. A. 10. I 4Nall .
.. r-een. The chances are however, that the ..f the tirrIitt.murt. Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS -

::, next! session of Congress will present an POLLSTERS GROGGY >l><>:nro Klorcn... (..u..t tK\m". San FloridaH -r. r.roR..usAL. Ul Between Miami and Key W..t
IHMI\ .'l..rkT4 I
;. interesting! spectacle. with many Congressmen -- I 'MVATKINS.. i
Att rnc\. for plaintiff I
= crossing Party lines on important In the .. . Express Schedule
1936 Literary Digest) after a .. : :: :' ... !<.'

.: i issues.: nation-wide poll, predicted that Governor I mm 1'\ Tilt t..ltt'lIT t'Ol'IIT OK TIlE
Landon would defeat President Rooseveltand. .:1.'TH; .I'U"'I'L I INt'l ITIS ,
SUNDAYS) at 6:00: P.M. Ar.
551) bilK 1IO'H.n I Its ,.
:- Intelligent cooperation. with tolerant after the election proved its mistake, .'..".".."._I'Sm I 11'I'.SI'';:'liii.l's. | White i: rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Midnight .

excu.Miig of the errors of others, explains went out of business. ....IIS \\ .\PKi.\N<'K.plaintiff:. ,

: the progress of the human race. The Digest poll had scored some remarkable \''TIC i: 'I'" LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
".. ..tipinitFItAN4ES : if SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid-
successes before. It has been KIUOORKI'KI |E NEWSPRINT | niaht and arrives at Key West ai
"\ *\ 'K 6.00 o'clock A.M.
I Americanism : The idea that e\ery succeeded by a group of expert, includingDr. tvfndant

T 1 body connected with the other party i is a Gallup Archibald Crossley and Elmo Tff' tRSNtE. $\I'RI KII"RI-\:><0....;.: Local Schedule:

:- ukunk) and we let it at that. That's the 4. ", lIRS. 5OT.I'III-S K. KILt SiRE (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
go Roper. All of these scientific samplers of Ibut.-. ._ i : 500 Sheets : LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT .

:- way we agree to disagree. It i is better public opinion went wrong on the recent l.L.\S\'ILLK. ARK HKUKHV.1t.JI.H.t. NOTIFIKD 25 I SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA.

the European: technique.The hat a bill fpr <:UY< : election and are now trying to figure out ."ai.c ,.mm In'the atmSe-embtittad. : '8112- "x-11' .' ; : o'clock P. M.
the "'U_. aDd coo are requsr..d t.. (U.
reason why. therein your appearanm'e or anewer LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Communists "5 or b..fAr. th. 11th day .f n..... I .
themselves mh -
regard The experts will come up with various .-r. ".11: otherwise tbc ..II.g.&lloo" SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and

-r a* being In a state of actual war against explanations for the failure of their .feemmeit.f.naIl h)bill)""will. .bv taken an ....n. : : THE arrives P. M. at Key West at 5:00 o'clock

t .- li/e all it exist in the United States. Therefore poll to gauge vital factors in connectionwith I!I 5cr.I>ATKI-'TIIIS lit!. mu jar .-f Nv.*...- I _

.: Party members who quit or fail to the national election. The fact that t..a" tierS ot IMfW the flrrait C HAUTKU cart. l Ii| Artman Press J Jit I, FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

obey orders .re looked upon as traitors to their methods were unable to discover Hi (M!) Anne C. Longworlh.!; lULL CARGO

1 .. the "Class war" and they may expect to these decisive factors makes their results I I.V- IJMiM-rTTE tHtAI.t"\ltl Depute:. 4 ork CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 I MAIN OFFICE:: and WAREHOUSE INSURANCE: Cor. Eaton fc Fruda Ita.

suffer accordingly when and as the Party represent something that is much less: than i iifn'ifil. 4S litmt First a:.NalHiual Flerlda.MturikCTB U..i14iag. .................r.....wwwr.......cII PHONES: 92 AND 93

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't it Ao..rU..m. au..r '101.. b.ad rro.ar adverti.era lyddrr aa.vuR.
will t>. inserted In *h. "'jtlrea a' mar Sacs t'j .adverl). :
the rate nr 2ca word for f*<'U In.rUon. mvu II ('''ard..
.. but the minimum rb.rn$ ,..r .I BI.U'ATIOX UKAULI\K I
the first 15 words or !..*. I.H JOc. To iimiir p..bll tiun. copy must
The rate fur Iola.'.c. i>p ....rd. a..d the minimum cbarke for vVlufk in the ..........u.. tat tko d.fAll
tb. first 13 wordy I. 41. .I Ie l.licstt..is

.d,ertl.li>. If accepted under tm following rondjlluoi: Invent 111.
tit crier In dy.rliiAK. trvnoirnt .r ....nu...... The (.'ttl'zcn will treMtonttt.le ".
....I. *<.r Ibe brat laivrlion Ir 4-aM>irir4 .....,....... and intlUplay I
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part uf the adrertis./ntnt ti - -"' -
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19-10 Ford panel truck. E8re1-

Three-bedroom unfurnished two- ; Ult condition. $725.00. Apply

o story house on lot 43' x 90'. I; H5 Pine. Phune 25.

Centrally located. Phone 104-J.i'1 J1ovl .6tx

nQv 19-Jtx

: 1938 Packard "6", four-door se
House and lot. 1125 Packer St. i'!! doi. Good tires radio and

Phone 476. nov20-3t& hmter. Can be seen at Tony'sAlto
Body Shop, 603-605
i/P* Wirephoto FOR SALE-HOUSES I I Greene Street. nov20-

THESE SIX FARM BOYS will heiIhe FUIU e Farmers cl America organization for the com- ] Guest house 2'blacks from new i\' 19-11 Ford convertible club coupe.

Q0 year. They are elected a! the national convention ci: the FFA in Kansas City. Mo. In foreground ;I beach, 5 bedroom,, 3 baths, K JIO' and heater. Top and

led to nohfc: Doyle Conner. 19. oi Stark. Fla.. president: BUI MichaecL 18. of Billings. j apartment for owner. completely -" pant two weeks 0)4. Inquiie
j furnished electric kitchen.
MenU third vice president: Max Cobble. 19. cf Midway. Tenn.. secretary: Paul Lindholm. 20. Tgny's Auto Body Shop. 602-
Good income. Must be sold
of Ortonville. Minn. firs: vies president. Bck row left to right: Dale Hess. 19. of Bel Air. Md. I at once. Real sacrifice. Terim.I 6CB Gene. Street nov20-6t

second vice president and Alton Brazell. 20. of Lubbock. Tex., fourth vice president. By owner. Box R.A.W., c/o I

J I Citizen novI 5-tf i 1938 Chevrolet. Recently motoiovrhuul.
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I I Newly fepaint-cL


. I Duv203tI'
-'-'- on -.-'" ---- .--- -- .
: 'lI Stock Island, over 400 ft. ocean-! --
front. Bargain Must be sold 1939 Nash "-four-door & KianAl

at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o CitJi condition. $'-I5.0ppl>

9 zen. novl -tf 102-D Poinciana. nN-20-3ix

U i U i ,
I : FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS j 1940 Plymouth tudor sedan.

I I ___..... Mike olfer. See Charles M.

es 1 Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee Smth.119 William Streti.
r1 a1x shop bar. nov2-?5t I after C P.M. nov22-3t
r tItgr 13T / I
19J7 Pontiac 8, good mechanical 1
AND ROOMS I shape.-repainted leupholstcred.Pnce. .

550. 801 Eaton Street.
The Stutz Hotel. ill Fleming nov22-6tx

Street, has all efficiency xapt
and several sleeping rooms va
cant. Low weekly cr monthly FOR SALE-BOATS

rates. novl-lf A1JD MOTORS

FOR RENT ROOMS Gray marine engines and service.C. .

T R. Srr.ilh. opposite Firestone

Station. Marathon. novl-lmp
Bedroom with kitchen, privileges

Apply 1231 South. novl9-3U
l $ciiovn for sale: aOxM'e: "x??' .

Ctpan."" comfortable ixjomsj -I>ieauonable ;| Sleeps 8. Fully found and

N rates. 31) Whi.Vvhcad. ready to start cruising charier

opposite Court House. > ing or titling. Boat was destined

j nok-20-3tx fur Guam Jut plans
Built 1940 in Boston
.I'' \V .photo changed.
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS !at an cost of 20000. Pncv.
FORTY-ONE VICTIMS cf the smog that recen-ly: sullad 20 person at Dcnora. Pa., beard a IO.500. Porter Dock Co.. or

chartered plane it Pittsburgh en route to convalascenca H WrighisviUe B ach. N. C.. with all I Furnished 2\ -rpom apartment. '. City Yacht Dock Master, Miami.

expense paid. The Junior Chamber of Ccmnerce at Wnghtcvilla Beach and nearby Wilmington Utilities furnished. $25.0Q weekly. Schooner "Rainbow"'. J

invited the Pennsylvanians to fly io the: beach and spend a week free of charge 9$ guestsof Sea Isle Apartments, 915 E. Lambert. nov2fl-2tx

the chamber members. The visitors all suffe rtrs tism cardiac and asthma ailments range frcm Windsor Lane. nov8-tf ,

31 to 71 years oU.Wluif |I FOR HISCELLAHEOUS

Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and .- ..
.--- -- --- --- .----- Maid and services
- -- -- I bath. janitor : White enamel. $2.75. Outside

jlllUWlllIIWIIUWIIIUI.II1'PIIIIJI":NI'1 !!IIU'UIlIo. ,I 9lUiIU11h 11U11UlUUutIuIuI lU ilililtUdLta111111Ui. In New York City. as in most linens and utilities fur-I Ii white paint, $2.75 ;and $3.75 per
I nished. Summer rates. Coral gallon, up. 50ft.i" garden
I the buses fill in the .
Doing N.C C.S. places up i Hotel Apartments opposite Post ).ose.Doherty & Co., 846
(.ont and leave the back com- j Office. nov9-26tx! Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf
at the
1021 Duval Street oarativeiv empty. Recently a bus .
,Ainni SERVICES driver begged the crowd for a I Furnished apartment ElectricI 500 sq. ft. plastic bathruoii tile

Y.'I.t\: DEFENSE FOKIIESMONDAY mil uile and as they obediently I kitchen. Children. welcomed.I,I beautiful colors.: 30c sq. ft. 2313

Jackson Square. I! "HUGH UI411111111i1l1l1ll1lIJlii.R'IIUUIII1I11'IIII'III1IIII1II1m. pushed to the rear, he showedhis J Reasonable rates per day or Patterson. nuvld-tf

and Southard Streets ... appreciation by singing. "God I season. 909 Elizabeth Street.

3ll1ltUWdUWItUWStUhlmuIWUUUnninlluUI'MONDAY : Bk-is America." I nov20-tf i Bundles of old newspapers at 1-

I | cent each bundle. Inquire a)
: 7:33 P.M.-Spanish Cla.;s. LOST AND FOUND Efficiency apartmnt, couple.
M.-Ju.te Box The Citizen Office. nov20-tf
8.00 P dance. I included.
"Truth ..; Conse- TUESDAY I $20.00 weekly. Utilities
10:00 A.M.-Bowling. for KavyWIVLV Found-A place to purchase fine Call 1021-J. .
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quen es :. at U. S. Sub'Ba iiuustfuaU.. blouses skirts, under i nov20-4tx Baby carriage $9.00. Good con-

TUESDAY: Bowling Alleys. ear. bra-j. etc.. at lz price. I ; ditiun. 1312 Viigiaia.
7 30 I>.M.-Shuffle board ses- 7:30 P.M.-Hospital Party (2nd Mar-Ed Dress Shop. Duval St. Furnished two-bedroom apart 1' nov20-3tx

si.ns on the patio. i iB i Tucs ) nov203tSTORAGE ment. Electric kitchen. Hot i ___ _

00 P.M Theatre Group meets.WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY I water. Tile bathroom. First Tricycle vciy good condition. Big

i i. 12.30 P.U.-Ht>*ptial Fishing Trip' and last month in advance. 1 enough for B-y eatpld Phom-
1:00 P.M Hospital Fishing trip. 2.00 P.M.-Xu\y Wives Club. i Apply 807 Whitehead Street. 490-R. 928 Division.
8 00 JI.M.- Dane Class (Begincers t W P.M.Juke P-.x Dance nov22-3tx nov22-3t
: lied thick Storage Co. Furniture.
.) j i games. cr commercial. Phone. 798. I .
9.00 P.M.-'kYe Ole Country'Part
) 1:O() P.M.-Sewing :Machines --- SUPPLIES
(Square Dam-in", Virginia Billiirils. Showers FOR SALE OR LEASE Furnished house. Hot and cold
Reels). I I
1 FRIDAY water. Apply 1127 Southard Tame Capuchins monkey. Very
THURSDAY: 2:03: P.M.-Pri'-itotal Class. Desirable corner lot for sale or Street. novl9-3txi rare specimen. Stays tame.Key .
> I I
.M Class.
3.00 I -Photo .
9:00 P.M -Dan(' \ Orchestra. I long-U-rm lease. 100 x 150. West Garden & Lawn
9.30 P M.-Uan Otciu-stra. :
FRIDAY: I SATURDAY Suitable for hotel or apart- WANTED TO RENT Supply Co.. 914 Fleming St.
2:00 P.M.- -B ixms Training. m;'nts. Qne block from beach. Tel. 1019. nov20 if
8'15 P.M.-Movies, Ilridc.p ParUts. -
SUNDAY 'i For particulars write Box 466.novlltf. Unfurnished two or three bedroom -. .- -
.::0 A.M.- Cummunion.Creak
SATURDAY : : house or apartment by FOR SALE-TRAILERS
: I II
fat (muntl.n.-)
civilian with two
8:15 P M. Muvivs. engineer
J 10 P.M.-Pu-nic (sign up). I to':
MISCELLANEOUS sons school age. Will pay up '
10.15 PM.-Seivml show (same 1947 house trailer. Mastic Traiii
featui.-k. I $75 per month. P. A. McMjstcn Pal k. United Street Used

SUNDAY: 1 1D. I TODAY'S KIKTUDAYS Picluiv framing pictures framedI >. La Contha Hotel after 5. only one year. Equipped 101. iltJ

.":' A M Java Club. (Know America I I and rD ittt..... DiNegro's 614 nov93txHELP all modem convenk-nces. Owner -

2'00 P.M.-Cljsstc Hour. Fiancis. Phone 1197-M. I leaving town. nov22-2tx
John N. G.i:-tit'! of Texas. '
800 P.M -Flkm.hi Hour. nov9-19tx WANTED-FEMALE ,II
former Vice President born in I
Gaffer and doughnut '
,. : Kind River Co.. Tex.. UO years Electrify your old sewing maI -+I Woman for general cle ning. FURNITURE
-- - ago. 1 chine. Phone 116 -l\1. Steady WOI k. Apply Two Sisters -
I ,
Frederick R. Gamble prci.i- j novl5-12t I Cafe, 707 Duval Street. .
News NolesPJKUertv's Foi Sale Cheap-Cliyirs, btdi.tablvs.
nuv 19-3tx
:: dent of the American Association CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St I II vanities floor lamps

i-anura il.ites from u( Advertising Agencies, born at re-opened. A variety of new Sales ladies: Permanent and temporary rulo(... etc. Come out and mik

ma. I i I ewaiwe. Ill.. 52 years ago. j Kift items and fabrics for slipcovers j' with some selling experience. us an offer. Tel. 1360, Csa

:, Arthur B. Pardons, secretary of and draperies. Opens Local resident speaking Mal ma Hotel. no.22al'FWII
the American Institute .t Mining .
Some 20OiHtail, nts from othrr I I > daily. 10 to 12 und 1 to 5. Spanish preferable. but not
and Metallurtcal Engineers bornin wash tub- iomolote -
countries arttniolKd in I'n 17-tf c ential. Apply 1-3 pm Pol- stationary
Salt Lake City, oi yours ago. ,, locks Quality Jewelers Soil with hu.-t and taui --t.-
American cullegf and universi ,
Dr. Sarah G. Blandmg. president 1 nov22-3t
ties. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I Duval Street. nuv20 3t 1401 Peuonia.
of Vassar Col km-. born in
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> Lexington Ky.. 50 years ago. I yvvvvvvvv..vvvv.vyvvvvvv.v..T
Duluth on Lak Superior oxrtnxleJ Young man IT woman house to
Gov.elect Gordon Clowning
only by New York as thecountry's 1 house selling. Be exclusive ? 3
: Tennessee born Ca: roll Co.. How Is Your Vocabulary
busiest harbor. distributor for Baby Butler i
i Tenn.. 59 years ago. j
I Table and Baby StiolIci -
Warn- 3I
Rev. Dr. A. Livingston
The uUdiOK of th. present St shuis. director of Church World in Monroe County. Wute \ : TUNE IN W.K.W.F.
Pfler', K me. exu-n.lt-d over a Services. New York. born Cly- Bahy Care Guild. P.O. Box : 1

period of 176 years.At mer. N. Y.. 71 years afio. 1011. Coral Gablvs. Fla.. for m- I )
1 Edward L. Bcrnays of NewYork formation. no v 13-31' At 6:45 Tonight

the end of the war. Japan famed public rdataonscounseL 4E
had left only battleship I born in Austria, 53 $10.00 per hour possible: at home. i
one one i Spray new method FlukKraitFinish See If You Can 3
cruiser arid me modern aircraft year* ago.Dr '
Theodore A. Distler. presi- on radios. toys, autos,
ia ${ cau-arth conditioa. i
I dent of FracUm and Marshal I etc. Free details. Coast. 1509-B "STOP THE SHOW" 3
L. A. 44.
The Tnuu-bt....... o n Lancaster. Pabom inI I i: west Manctester.
r b 47 mites 1uIIe.f Highway .Brooklyn se N. Y5) years ago. I nov22-lt ".44..4U.U4........... .............

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Isn't it just ducky to oet all I : .. .

dressed, up in your tuper- ; : I .
formal and then draw c dud . .. .
for a 'date? Besides the fact I ,
that he. is poor compaiy. he .. ; ,..; .. N.... ". -.. .
probably can't dance tither. '. : .
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Worse than that n ithe can .

his'friends.. Whi, u that i .. .

drips always stick together? .
Of course some jerky tur-

for keys and trying they just can't have to learn help to be how themselves adnued o get 4 1 : It's enough to take :

hep. You should be kud to 4 .
these pathetic creatures. .

foot."ouch"when Try He'll to refrain know he steps from that he on saying: your ,' 4 4 : the starch out of you! :

ably has hurt you and v prob4 be .
careful next time.
Don't embarrass hir by 4 s .

suqqestinq a "cute little danc, 4
inq school" that can teaci him :
sons.a step or two in 25 eaST les 4 4 V :

If you are unfortunate < '
enough to draw cowboy as a 4 .
dancing partner change 4t tt
lactic . your 4 '
wJi" !
There's the clutch nitro >' :1l/ |14 !I. :" .
squeezes so tight that ht .
yo-i 'inklvou'H I .; "
be 4 .
smothered to ath i .
With him you must chan tcprsage ,\ou : 4 :.t.tf" ; .
from left t<> I cht I : ; :
shoulder before he ciusht- it t 4PIl .
II she gallops, hold your skirt 4 ,,: .
up slightly, so it will not be 4 .
torn to tatters. .
If hrs hands 14 .
ptTspiif. ht pit o i .
ably is ,
neivuus This may ann >\ .
you. but try to be sweet about it .
The "cieepei is the biam.tIn .
ne of t vtintention. lIe is the annoying .
critter who hold hii-- .
hand flat on your baik. uru'on I. .
iously pushing your du,., up .
as tie dances You can bandit 4 .
him by calling his attention to it .
in a nice \IotlySay1)' K<'"h, 'III .
my ankles are show in*.:." m 4 .
ome such facetious ivnuirk .
Then you won't hurt his feel 4Ii .
Ol course you can al\\ass ditch 4 ,
any of these high-flying' tiapeze 4 .. } .
Romeos merely bv suggesting .
"Let's sit this one out and talk" 4 .
01 "let's have a snack 01 a dunk .. s:" .
Of course your own dance ,1. .
flout manners may not. be pei 41 '
:r "
I 'lAKES YOU TlJIXK your bacIbone's made of :

this uncomfortable feeling that
e e c 'you're not saving any money for the future -

'f' not getting ahead. ..

But why shake in your shoes When you think .

.. f bout not having the money )'ou'U need in late _
'lhIe? :_ .
3 ; '
Start accumulating those U. S. Savings Bonds :

: C C l'ight.now. The.'e the best little backbone stiff
eners we know of! . .

There's nothing like a Bond in the hand to help .

you stand up and look the world in the eJe. And .

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

know it, if you l'nrOlllight now in your cvilItany's .

I Payroll Plan.
nit Here art some ptunte, nnliow .
dancing to retain cool i.nmiilwhen That's the sure way to get hold of a batch of 0

1. Don't: try to lead your I this starch for the spine! .

it dance will partner.look better As for bad him as to he do is And think of it in teu years you get back .

the honors. j : four lulla.s for el'ery three you invest in :

dance 2. Never floor leave while him you on dash the 0 .- the safest investment in the world toda.p.

over to see Joan's engagement 'hat's .
ring or new dress. good for you is good for your country

3. Try to refrain from hold too Ewry Bond you buy helll kl'l'l' our economic .

ing long conversations with I 8J:5tem:: on an eyen keel.AUTOMATIC .
other couples on the dance .
floor. You can see them after .
the dance. .

4. Don't hang on to your :
partner dance cheek-to-cheek i SAVING IS :
or snuggle up to him like a -
puppy dog on the dance floor. .
5. Leave your purse at the : SURE SAVING
table. Don't ask him to sluff i
his pockets with your para-

purse phernalia.shouldn't And remember look like your a : U. S. SAVINGS BONDS :

weekend bag. Take only essentials ,
such as a comb, mirrow. S/lOII..OTt. Gy :
powder. lipstick hair pins.
house key and mad money. e. 'fhc KeyVest Citizen 8
\Vhate\ei happen don t tot .
tripled into t'ixhibitiom It .
This is an official U. S.
Treasury adycrtiernent
our partner in-lit on don_ e
,vend dances tell him >Oll d \> <. prepared under auspice of Treasury Dept. and Advertising Council .
fei not to After all. you don : .
iiH\e to be a dope just because n> i
Don't think its lute to -ohriwc .
and NEVER. NEVKRlance : I .

with another gn 1. .
Some guts dance tojjfthci in .
infO privacy) of then hointools *.- I r _. .
:: 01 dubs. when they .1.0 .
t.\m3 to learn new step Tni -
,>i course, is a wondeiful \\a\ t.. .
'ei.n how to dame withut.polling e .
a beautiful liundjnip
o- th your best beau .

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(You may write Vivian Brown
in care of this paper about newi .
cf your own Vani')

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S : Watch This Space1i''IllnkIf :: TROPICAL TRADER WHERE JQ l BUY! \T.. .lad'=..product b doubt er t!s.rvk to wb.:: seeded JfflS l DIRECTORY WILL DffiEa YOU I I IUflt J I I

: : 718 DUVAL : ............................................ S 5555555 S.SS55S. ...... ..._. 1 ..........

+ :i OverseasCoffee : Nice Selection STREET of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS PHONE: 1000 ,: :: I:) E'I?-ctrxaWE E IlEl'i\lU SELL IT IT!: ;, POOR() OLD CRAIG i: i

ShopS Pinny OUR. of Arlion Toys for the Childrenoi ; :. We WH Call For and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS :, : Service Station i.J. i.

: Electrical I : : *0 Yean' Uperieoc* in Electrical Work ; ti1
SHOWING of Appliances : K. BHAUV Manages PKCIfS till :

E.rc'll'nl ................................................ : ,," ""A.. 211 Huv.l Sir..... : ; .. : ftaacia and DITUJOO Street! :
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t I'ootl ...................................A............. t ELECTRIC.r' : 701 rco DUVAL a. STREET Prop 1 lire* lulu.lialUrirs I Auto Arcrssurja'Youj :
: i "t TELEPHONE' :. U : 822 SIMONTON STUEET ; :

t : fI' tin'Ri&hl HOME SUNDRY STORE ...... ....... ...............................f .. ,, ..........PURE... ..OIL...and....GASOLINE.........DealerHave ....55555555
Prices; .......... ........-. ....................... : fry t'l: wittingam .. e .. .a ... .... ...
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: "Your Patronage Inviied" : PfclTCHARD RUSSELL'S : / I'mzinf : Your Car: Repaintedfor
917 Fleming St. : ; 24-HOUH SERVICE : the HOUDA SEASON\' :
S lc* Cream Proprietary&l dici". : FUNERAL. : Free Plck-Up and ,
PHONE 798 Sick DRY GOODS= Delivery Service : : Hotly and Fender Hejmiring .into l'ainlinm; ;
S Room 5iip//ie School : ,: I
........................ Toilet Suppliet : : SUITS for MEN: : : ('''' / Radiator terrier i

;................I'rejMiralioni..J..........and....Article......:.....'..... [ HOME 1106 OLIVIA STREET : :: Ma41r-h and l WO.ilPa I IEN urc : TO y'f" s;s AUTO AND
..................... ...... ... ...... ....... W.W W W W W W ...... : Let 11"'lIf' Serif : : PHONE 373Specializing :. PHONE 282 : I" BODY SHOP
I : ..................... : S03-os GREENE: STREET
: MUMFORD\ : Win Serve lust : ............
1 and ROSS ; ; ............................ .
i GOMEZFURNITURE : 220 DUVAL STREET PHONES 333 and 9150 : WE HAVE NEVER : in : ...................... 5.5.555555 5.555. I
: Easy and
S CO. Blackstone Washers : WE NEVER WILLAmbulance : Women's and ; : I
i : LOPEZFuneral : Get Set For Fall With Th* New "
720 DUVAL STREET ; Electromaster Ranges : 1
e : deb-u-curl.
Ser\iceTelclboric : Children'sApparel (
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.Nationally Advertised ; Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units ; 15. .
Products : (THE COMPLETE: KITCHEN) : 51 : ServiceEttabliihed Cold Wave Permanent ; It:

: Delaware Plastic Floor ; :... ..HEFRH.ERITIO\............ /II.ES and .sfllJ'Itl-: ; : Never Sleep : : ; 1885 ; : { A soft naI"ual I-.king permanent
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Covering ......................... ............ .......... ._.4 that will L.\.c you that
; Clopay Fiber Venetian : ................................................ 1\
I.i."t! Funeral '
I' make
Blinds ;;;1.;;;;;;;........;;.. ................... : NEW LOOK an.I l $1 OS
1 tno Car! :-'Jr Gal
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: Luggage. Appliances. : Uirrrlors and .
New Season
of the
: Magee Radios and Mohawk : HOQK LANDING ON i OLD QR NIW flOOt SjBWAANTIIQt J. A. MYERS : : Emhalml'u : N\11\/.............I.C Il\111.....T".I'rt:..'I"T"T-t:'" -.:

Axmimier Rugs Licensed .... Insured 21IIonrAmbulance Make Your 1"- ""' "'11p TlltaT'It'T'o ,

: /:-/T.rllltl WOtlC I Appointment BEAUTY : ..:'
.0 \ PAINTING Contractor
: MON. and SAT. Service; S 313 Fleming St.
.... \ MODERN METHODS : Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel :
'N Telephone 3127.114 Dual Street. J.i1.rsoo Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 696 :

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i PRICE TOURS i .S 1...................... :.
1829 Harris Are. Key West. Fla. : Stell'sBealltyNook i

s : Passenger : PHONE 1374-R : :S HOTPOINT Ranges E Key West FlaSOUVENIRS. : Scientific Beauty Culture :

1 .: RepresentatI.es : 5 : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical: Appliances :: in All Branches V-f:I :

tmtFLORIDA : airs. NNNN iT.Sa'c .,,,)w ; : Washing! ; lachiiies for Immediate Delivery :: : : Thoroughly Experienced Operators V :

:: EAST : .. .. .. ... HOME APPLIANCE i i60S CONC1I SHELLS. ;a Soft Water Used Exclusively :
All Sis ,
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Phone 637 536nemingSt.S
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: COAST RAILWAYS : eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFire .: .....SIMONTON.........SThEET........... ....PHONE..... 11...:. .... ......a.. ... ... ...........
Haw Located Hart : : .5...... teeeeee.............1.1..e/5..........1.5.. COCOAMJTSSPONGES .-..../1...1...............1...1.1............:: :.
20% Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited
DR. COBO'S : S OD dwellings I Insurance : Marl and Top Soil : SalonFrances
: mere.a n t i 1bldg by INSURING with Landscaping, Frances Beauty i
: OFFICE house*
: hold and or : Park. Owner
.. per. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co. krp-
.. : FLEMING STREET aonal effect Fire ; MARL HAULED.$5X0 for 4 YARDS ; : Will Ship to Any Part : 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
: lUw of La Conch Hotel : Save 15% All PolidM Noa-Au.sublMercantile ; Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of USor Canada .
.. : PHONE 121Iliilo : : on /. L. CruaoeAgt.. Phone 674 : Marcy S. Palacio :, : Beauty Culture in all its Phot* :: ,
Stock .. 1021 Olivia St. ;, Permanents Scalp Treatments
:....................: ................................................; G. WE1IICH: PHONE'801 : Hear 401 South Si ; : 't: Facials Shampoo -Manicuring : \..
................................... KEY WEST. FLORIDAREAL For Appointment Pbaa* 1391.Marion' !
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the Bus to the B.&B.: ; CYCLE i .s i p..f :: JEFFERSON 111 DUVAL{ STREET COFFEE SHOP :, ESTATE : N !. Phone 131-1 ;

1.01.1" : (:o1IICSE ; 1 IZ2 Fleming St. R.M.D a1.L.Prep. Phone 1011 ::. : Open DuJly and Sunday, : : Sale. E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon .

: 5 I.M. to 1 A.M. : 1400 DUVAL STREET
Motor\ : 4J AppraisalsLeases
;( :: ERTina f\* : w ,:
COMPLETE l/inners
Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : : I
Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE ; Rentals :, : W( Need More Room
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TAtCnus PIPE AWAY.- ; .................a.1.........1..1............ : Improved aDd VecaatProperties *
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: Monroe County : 919 SIMONTON STREET
:i ; NO. 1 ; INSURANCEElla :
to the d', Now yon CM ride ea cooomMl *- : J. OTTO :
GOLF ,; :. 4 Cothman far Motet It...end cixtar the : : :: WIND AITO' BONUS KIRCIIHEIISERREALTOR: : R OLD LOCATION OF
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; LINKS ; : 1 none, yo. *.. *.er trtl. rMtbod :; : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; : BLACKOUT RESTAURANTDECEMBER
*cl tn portat- per. : ell Fleming Street E; i
: .. Qwhe. cIne :r V fir : i Key West Insurance Co. : ,
: Have Fun' : We.. 319 Whitehead Str..tPho ; S

: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ; ................................................. ;: >1> SIMONTON STREET in Front PHONE 1171 : : 124 and 73S-R ;, 1ST t
of Postoffice
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: 24-Ifanr .Si-trite : ;: RE>rr : CURRY : DELICIOUS
Key West Jewelry Co. : : Oar-Customers Maul BSatitfied ; : OFFICE: CREAM
: We Buy DIAMONDS and ; : PLUMBING I sin soirrimu) :
; JEWELRY or WHAT ; : :
HAVE YOU!.See Danlt!! 120 : STREET : /// the Distiiiclire Burgutuly
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As r.' ( l.r. | %- Opposite Bus Station
... ... nlalrh...'l...ktmtr OVERSEAS CYCLE STORMS Installations/ and Repairs : : Pint Package at

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..1.... !r. .SI-JrwrL!....,. ....laflallc.>.lrr4.rrralr .. FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST ; -THE- : LA FAROLA SUNDRY
1\. all It..... relk.I.Aa PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Call Ug and Bo Satisfied ; S

...... Ir.a.araph.... l. .1.! (23 DIVISION STREET"We PHONE IIU : PorterAllenCompany Magazines, Proprietary Medicines.
.......rr .err. rri.lae. Phones 781 and 229-W
Mllhia :XI ba r : Delinl"-
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: U M> w rk wbll ) ; in Town School Supplies
...... 9 Ilcst Drinks and Coldest Beer

S KEY WEST COMPANY JEWELRY ;, .Packaged Goods ; ...........512.....MARGARET............STREET.....1...........;. ........ ............. : WILLIAM ST. at WINDSOR LANEeeeeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet.
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CLOWNS BEAT BOMBERS I SHOOTING STAR SPEED: Here's How I IIastings- ThinksBy 1 I'''Red Riding Hood Goes Red

I RED RAIDERS WIN FROM It Feels To Fly A Jet Fighter Plane I HASTINGS man in England BAKERA had the -< (/RPVET EOace.

cigarette! knocked out of hi? 1
AMERICAN LEGION NINESrallrmt mouth when he was hit on the ROS OI
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head by a falling sign which said. ,
"No t k'
Ater nf (Ipipa' .f,-w- t-e I ..

George Rouault, a F r e no h I I ..
I Hit i *; I Box I v
Scores Of painter recently burned 315 ofhis ..- ....
.Ado Four I own paintings, some of them .u..w.w /.__.- It........
Only ; worth more than $1,000. It was i .... ,,-, .. ,.. ...NM.s. .'..

I..iun1:1)...IIAif"ly Games Sunday not done in a fit of artistic temperament I J ::::=. .::: s1...-e.- .,_. Cwewsr.a_ _

(j but deliberately; one;, ..... ...- _.._ -lj *'t_ ,
The Clowns won over theBtrnbrrs At StadiumFIRST Iby[ one, he took each painting, ; i: =- .. a&rf... XT, *.**. ,f tWr._MMM.
to retain first place and (|'i looked at it sadly and then i; ... .-,.., ._. -......fU.--"tMHI

the Raider beat tile legion togo GAME chucked it into the furnace. Hedidn't a..a t.a .,...... .(....N.Wdrs .:,
think trsM
the .
back to serund place.In paintings wereI I. 4
fey West Clowns I good enough. .. a... ,., .-.u_ Ie Mh..4.5....... i
a ze pips-d ---- ....
the first game Alre allowed Player AB R II PO A E S.- M Mr.a
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but four scattered hits and L. Butler, ss S I 3 4 0 II' w I George Bernard Shaw says we a...I...Ma.w.ta.re.i ..r....: roar, ,4..Ya.. .- ,- }
tanned ten to b the outstanding E. Smith, 2b 3 1 0 6 3 Oi 8Tjioinas l ought to have a new alphabet I _.. t. "r-. d.".t'-.k M-pe.aw J

in the game, while Upngolo San 3b SO I 201 1 1! "with 21 new consonants and 18 j I, -U._4i.r..r...,,_jor1", a -..- rl a..iL.C .

rhet was not hot and got in hot O. Mclntoch. c 5 0 I 10 0 0)) new vowels" and that there I _uI ...._-_ ..... ... ....-- .
I should be letter for each a.warr... .n.. M ...._
water in every frame. Alcep- 5 'I 2 0 2 0 !: one ( a
In the first Butler hit a tingle Brown. Ib '- 5 2 I 500 'LIKE RIDING A MAGIC CARPET says Lt. CoL William D. laviland. jet squadron leader. I sound. At least, he says we I Ar.iM M -Y.a-.e'-k... ,...-.... Y #!
to left then Smith hit to pitcher P. Allen cf 3 0 1 000 -.-- .., -- I should cut out the foolish rulesof II I, 14,..... .....ri
and Sanchez threw wide to A. Mclntoch. rf 4 1 I 000 WILLIAM GOBER JR. spelling. For example "debt" I ., --
second and both runners were Robert If 300000 AP Newsteatures the most, several thousand spectators I has a "b" just. because Julius II I w. _anNwsw._j iris M..r.4e. lilt,...
.. Catcher threw wide to fecund were expected for the dis- Ctasar spelled the latin word II 3I
and both runners advents Totals- 37 ; i}0 27 3 2'' JACKSONVILLE. Fla.-How does it feel to fly a jet fighter play. But the citizenry had got an I with a "b." Because of this I Q.d= fa..dA .

t base Thomas singled to renter Atomic apzpbers plane over the tree tops at 650 miles an hour? earlier glimpse of the jets gQmg I countless school children have I eeda'..uBY.n fJI-lf. '
and Butler over on practice flights and they hadto learn to remember: the unnecessary '- II f--!
1 held third. McJiUoch' Player: AB R H PO A E "Like riding a magic carpet. says Lt. Col. William D. Hav- I I" H ,... __ '
little .,... M rw
turned out 50,000 of them. I "b. But he has ,
fled I a..55 .
out and Alee flied out tocntr ... -..-. _.
b iland. commanding officer of (he 159th fighter squadron and ., .
and Butler scored after I Santana | 400440AL B of f America's The ISSth is one of several. hope for the streamlining to I II ....4.W.-.... ...p..-..-...... a....erl..n.. MU._......."'_. t yw..
Acevedo. N' 1 top-ranlcing--
2 4 1Roberts'e one .
national actually I because after ..
happen .
the ratrh. Drown flied out. score guard fighter II 1..w. ) v id. __ : i.t.t _
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In the second, Allen and Roberta I II jet pilots.You wit:. jet fighter at full squadrons based at strategic going to the trouble of learning "' ,
J. Mira Jb i Q 0 12 I 0Villareal t hear much noise- I t up a .a.w -.j; t:= :;
r don't
in the United old of
walked and Cutler fanned.In I throttle. A 45--caliber points States. The I the way spelling, no one I tress a ?riI =
automat. ,
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'; 3b 4 0 0 0 2 0 the whoosh of the wind 'us. a i. Ar II.
just will learn the L
the third Alee get an infield I I ic pistol bullet has a muzzle velocity exact number is a military se- want to new way. :
hit Brun is hit by a pitched I Casado, .If 3 0 Q 3 0 0| over the cockpit canopy. The I of 7SO feet a second. The i 1 I cret, but officers divulge they | Children would probably agree I I- -- --:- ,-., -

Uill. Allrq singled to renter to I Albury, cr 2 0 0 3 I II exhaust I jet fighter goes 900 feet a second could send up thousands of with him, but no one will listen. I THE BIG BAD WOLF i, the United States in this version of a
ror. Ake and an error by .l- Barber, rf 3'1 1 0 0 0 I I pursuit planes within 24 hours i to a child's idea of spelling when Italian Communists.
story prepared by
bury when Wall gets away scored N. Sanchez p I 0 0 0 0 I i "It's exhiliarting," Col.! llavi- should an emergency rise. | the child doesn't know how to I nursery
I V. Vi al. 2 0 I 0 I I When an F-CO-C Shooting :
Brown Vidal went in to pitch p land explains. "You're going so Most squadrons are flying F-51 j spell.
in thi.Wurth. the lone Bomber - enrolls I Star jet screams over low and Mustangs and F-47's now, butthl'y i I' II IIJANK! isiurn'o "
fast the
landscape just wide the onlookerffnds )
run came in the sixth when. Barber Totals_ 31'| 4 27 15 5 i open average are (being supplied with jets :I The number of people whoI
trittrd and scored on VidaysuntU Rugs batted jn: Alee. P. Mcln beneath you. And you've got to j it difficult to comprehend as fast a. they become available.Col. .i could have voted but didn't vote AP Newsfeatures "
toch. A. Mclntoch, Butler. Allen. think ahead away ahead or such Epet-d. Like trying to de- ,, ROME-"Children of the world unite is the latest war cry
I to kit AI Arevedo got the I Haviland, who had (>O combat j is a greater number than all the
I first hit in the fourth and Roberts Vidal; three-base hit: Barber; you're a dead pigeon. ;scribe a color never (before b"lht'ld. I[II I Ij n1l IOnS in the European theater votes cast for Truman.: In all the of the Communist Party in Italy.

i>n* In the seventh Santana: earned runs: Clowns 1, Bombers "On a low-altitude speed run, during the war, is the air- ; recent ,elections, in Europe a In its weekly publication. "Vie Nuove"-New Roads-a
had a Grid day at second withoutan 1: struck out: by Alee 10. by Sanchez you see a tower or a hill half a i j That explains why a recent !:man's idea of a crack fighter larger peicentagtof eligible I page for tiny tots gives Mother Goose rhymes and tales a red

error and tome difficult! chance 1, by Vidal: 1 2: bases on mile away. You start pulling up, show br CoL Haviland's 159th j pilot. lIe is a big, smiling Wisconsinite voters went to the trouble to twist. Cartoons and comic strips are used in guide the first
*. Gudu taught MMI sod balls: off Alee I, off Sanchez 2. I gently but quick. Because in I' fighter squadron of the Florida who believes the best way vote than did in our election. steps of children on the Corn-)t
laws, in ML Jut Mira played a off Vidal 2; left on bases i: Clowns three seconds you're there." air national guard caused the j t') teach a man is to don a "G Yet we say that Europe should I munist
gaud fam at .JM, tot winners. t I. Bombers 4; stplen I bases: Rob-! The magic attraction of the I biggest traffic jam in Jackson- !suit" and show him how. I lie learn democracy from us. Atlea' I path. i iI '! Sports Shorts

Snutfe had eight chanues to lead arts Brqwn; balk: Sanchez; hilt)/ jet pane) has fmaUy been analysed. I ville's history. j leads the Rockets through seemingly >t very few of us vote for I I Its director" is Luigi i Longo.

the etew_ O. Mclntuch. and by pitcher: Brown: double play: Never before has man Col Iluviland also leads the' impossible maneuvers crackpots. Wallace received more j I I better known in the past tor hisleadership I I!
George Smith Michigan
:. Btu cx alas played well.Scwre Smith |o .p tleri; pitchers' sum-I seen anything travel' so fast. Florida Rockets, a new acrobatic ,while mechanics on the field 'dollars inelection. campaign (' nrthe II of the Italian Communist quarterback and place kicking

bf ""iipjtCiowja nary: { hiU. 3 runs off Sanchez Even some bullets cannqt keep team of three Shooting Stars. At tremble and I hold their breaths. i"' lions than he did votes underground than as achild's specialist, is president of the

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guide to Communism. i! junior class at the school and a
Bombers MO Ml 000 1 4 5 "I ; losing pitcher: Sanchez: I I I i
Alee and O. Mclnbjch. IX San time of garnet 1.45; umpires: C.I{ ocChical News Notes I I Several! remarkable coal rhachines I The, current issue knocks a few j!i heavyweight team. fighter on the lxx-
t*..*. V VtdaJ and D Roberts Albury and Anguiera. i! Driftwood Meets are in development. Oneof old proverbs in the head and repeals ing

i the machines recently tested | with pictures, the story of ,
In UM MCMhi game the ....,MKl SECOND CAME I 'The University of El Ahar in will produce more coal in just Little Red Hiding H'KKf-feat.u- Michigan State College's

plastic a very kmar game and Rfd Raiders I In Basketball Cairn, r.gypt, was founded in the one hour than 15 miners can I ing "Little Italy's" as the wayward Chjjck Davey. three-time NCAA
poly Danny Lastrc showed fight Tuesday Night i 970. 135-pound boxing champ, has a
year turn "iut in a fall day. This littlejfact I waif and America as a top-
Player AB RH PO A E I I brother Bert, who out for the
and pep He walked twice, hit I means a great deal to every I hatted starred and striped big, is
a double& and sacred thr of his C. Valdez, cf 9 11a\ \ I 0 college team-
--- Hob's', Spurl Shop The U. S. Forest Service has a person in this country. Coal is I bad w.olf. i II '
Baker 3b-p $ 2 I 1 6 0Cates I
clubs five runs and had ten oust I series of radio dramas titled "Bill I one of the most basic raw ma- . There is! a place for !
fir... Solomon and B. ViUareal* 2b 4 3 2 I 0 2 Will Play Pollock's Scott-Forest Ranger", broadcastto terjals. }ts cost per ton affects everybody in the world. (But' Don Webster of Tulsa of the
did their best but the outfield is Harvey, r 3 2 2 10 0 1 Sports CalendarSKATING teenagers the price of almost everything I what place?" it asks. "There are U. S. Hockey League is starring .

weak and ne.d some hitting Alonzo, Ib 5 I 2 10 .1 2Carbonell JfMols; First (;amt' i j you buy. Such a machine could those for first place and those forlast as a defense man. after playing
power if they want to get somewhere s j 5 1 I 2 3 0 work miracles for a country like in the theaters and trains as forward for nine teams since he
or at (least build up the J. Villareal. If 5 \ 1 I 0 0 Bayyiew Park. Night To Slant At 7:3O I -A "kind" person is a Mkinned"penon England where mining methodsi in life. There are hose who have, turned pro in 1942.
club. Arango, rf 3 I I I 0 0 .1IDAY t one of kin; one who acknowledges so inefficient that it takes a building all to themselves and ]

Net year's play tAw the Raider Pickeit: rf ,_ 2 0 0 0 0 0 7:30: to 9:00: p.m. The Driftwood Club meets the with and other acts upon And his five times as many men to produce I there are families of eight, ten The University of Texas' var-

Joe Casa Jr. gets credit for J. Casa. Jr, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Boca Chiva five in basketball to- '; mankind kinship mankinJ1t.d.I men.. so a.tQn of coal as it does in i J people who live in a single room. sity football roster lists one out-

the win he pitched four frames A. Acevedo, 3b :3 0 0 1 2 0 TENNISBa7Tiew morrow night, at the High School i i is j this country. This machine could There could be, yes a place for of-state member, and the 55-man

and fallowed two hits and three - Park. Afternoonsand Gymn. Bob's Sport Shop also I mean better pay in the mines all in this world. But. for that so- freshman squad is filled com-
runs and Baker "Little KUbie" Totals42 12 11 27 13 5 I|I Women trained in science are "
Nights meets the Pollock's Jewels. i iBob's ,! in and lower prices for what we cial justice is needed which only pletely with "natives.
finisfifd ![employed practically
the and allowed every
game communism In the.
JLmtrUa i
Legion assure.
three.hits and two Daily play. Sport Shop and the Pollock's :1 I type of technical writing: and buy.Some can
runs. c..tb.
of the experts say that USSR, for example there is a'place
PlayerAB R II PO A EAnguiera ; Basketball Coach Jack Gray
Harvey and Alonzo Jewels will play and this
hit each.
two I this will make coal so inexpensive for all). |
has five lettermen
cf 500200 i returning on
Hardy was a double and a homer ) SIIIIFFLEBOARD means fight, for both clubs are]I that gasoline and other
I! The current issue's special attraction his University of Texas squad including -
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A. Pazo. 2b 4 I 1 11
Gates hit a triple and Alonzoa ; (Bayview Park) Shanghai merchants allowed'to '
r after the 1948-49 crown and are : petroleum products can gotten is the story of Red Riding his fine guards Al Mad-
doable. For losers Lastrees.. lom3b, 401020D. Daily play.SENIOR. keep only three months'
and -
supply cheaper from coal than from an with final
Hood, in verse, a
and Martin.
in Slater
going to fight from start to sen
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Torres hit doubles. U the Geld, Lastres. of goods, hire pushcarts and oil well. I twist, thus:
Baker and Carbonell were the UenHquez, c 400700' I I finish. Last week both clubs keep their surplus stock circulating -
best tor winners and Solomon, Rodriguez ss 3 1 1 0 7 1 I'I BASEBALL played a very good game and this about the streets until i' "The fable recalls a great. The number of models of hunt

Lastfes and Henriquez for the B. ViUareal, p 400030 Municipal Stadium Afternoon I will be the first practice. game needed. Interesting NotesIf j greedy beast- ing arms produced by American
loser Torres, It 402200'' SUNDAY, NOV. 28- I between them. ., j "An American wolf-who con- manufacturers in 1948 increased

Sere by Innings: Fernandez, rf 'Q 0 I 0 11) First Game-Red Raiders vs.'I I How they stand in practice I Igames I I Baltimore in 1821, was the I I I stantly feasts: almost 15 percent over 1947.
Key West Clowns. I snow is formed at very low j "And now with sly smile and :
8.I.5.: : first American city to use gas I '
627 3"3! Second Game American Legion temperatures it falls small !, flattery entices"Poor Pt-ntti Lund rookie of
Riders 500 1)0 102-12 |II Totals- 34 5 -I Class A 'for I' street lighting. in forward
Atomic Bombers. I I flakes, but if formed just below little Italy in this world the New York Rangers of the
vs. Club W. L. PctPoilock's
LfEiJJi 010 201 0105 6 ;3 I Runs bitted} in: Arango, J. W.: -
J. Casa:: SUNDAY DEC. 5- Jewels 2 0Bob's 1.000Spt.rt i Los the freezing point the flakes are I of crisis, National Hockey League was
Jr. P. Baker and >HarveyB. > 2, Alonzo 2,. Angeles claims to have had
1 : Villareal and Henrique XiUare.l,'Carbonell First Game-Atomic Bombers, Shop I 1 .500 the first movie theater in ojxTation. 1 large and complex. "Who, with her small sisters. born in Helsinki. Finland. He is
Cates 2, Henriquez Rodriguez; : to gnaw on a bone. the Finnish
Not. from the Writer vs. Red Raiders. Sonar School 1 1 .500 back in 1902 when the admission I plover in the
4 The following fans and at the two-base hits: Harvey, Alonzp,. Second Game-American Legion ,Coca-Cola 0 : .000 was 10 cents New covered bridges are still I "Risks to finish the way" Red bs ice wheel

santal. *time cittaerts of Key West, Lustres, Torres) three-base hit: vs. Key West Clowns. I I being built in the United States. Riding Hood's pone.: ;

..a. and 4he U. S. of America, Cates; home run; Harvey; earned': SUNDAY. DEC. 12- Class B j The first stet-1 made in America Atlantic City Race Track officials -
and taxpayers of this city, county Raisers First Game-American Legionvs. I Club- W. L. PcL was made in Connecticut in | It is estimated: there are still I I Snow is not frozen water but plan to run three turf races
aijd State! had the following to runs: 7, Legion 2; struck Red Raiders. (Boca Chica 1 0 1.000 i 1723. i I at least 2,000 covered bridges in I water vapor that crystallizes weekly dunn next year's racing

say fbput cur ball field: "It is in out: by Caw 6, by Baker 2. by Second Game-Atomic Bombers Elks Club .1 '. 1 .500 I' _, j the United States. i directly into ice. season-- -

a. N jy pujr Mate and need* repair YjllareaJ"7-; bases -o'n bath: off vs. Key West Clowns.BASKETBALL I Jr. Varsity l 1 1' .500 j :. The 'wolid'4 first wire suspension --

: ,antf cleaning the detai< Gsa 4: i1t'Yillaleal $; -I left.on Beachcombers .. 1 0 1.000Driftwood bridge spanned the SchuylUill I The United States has a national -
fMHn>-the la;>t storm is still scat- leases:.Raided 11-Uegion 6; passed I 0 2 .000 I river near Philadelphia in society for the study and ,

t'ft'djAll over the held, and if'Is tellrr-Henriquez-&toleiubase: ; $: High School Gymnasium JJJ1G.j preservation of covered bridges.Diamonds .
a shame and a disgrace to our Carbonell. ViU real, Pickett, B.ViUareal. .'. (Night) I Most ceramic floor tiles are un-

community and something : Anguiera Laitres: Tor- PRACTICE GAMES glazed and are fired at a temper i j The Himalayan snow line islower rubies sapphires I .

should{ be done by our City tat, Rodriguez; wild pitches: I ature of more than 2.200 degrees .: in the sunny south !because and emeralds air hrurkrtrd! as I

fathers to remedy these condi- Caa;/"ViUueal; ; hit by pitchers: TUESDAY. NOV. 23- j Fahrenheit so that they will those mountains get more snow the "ariMocrac! > nl pit clous 1
lions; and then we can be proud Ha'rvey? Alonzo; pitchers' summary 7:30 P.M.-Driftwood vs. Boca I withstand hard abrasive wear. i on the southern side. stem a.; Ii
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our ball field and will not feel)J 2 2 off Casa in 3 -- -- ----
: hjts} runs
ash urK-d when i 8:30: P.M.-Bob's Sport Shopvs. :
strangers walk in
to set our ball games and they innings; winning Villareal pitcher:time Casa of; Pollock's Jewelers. I LOCOMOTIVE( I EXPLODES, KILLS TWO, WRECKS: TRAIN' i ))4- Jjt
Iccing pitcher: ;
com*:,almost every Sunday." We WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24- I ':-. -- _
would like to hear from some of I game 2JH)); umpires: Santana. C. 7:00: P.M.-Elks Club vs. The I {
I Albury and Sweeting; scorer: II
our leaders about this matter Bea(hrombers. I

and they are men from all walksof Aguilar. 8:00: P.M.--Sonar School vs. r v, lI t
lift- Namely: Mr. Frank O Coca-Cola. Ii j

Weeijh.$ post office employee, ).Ir. How They Stand 9:00: P.M.-Junior Varsity vs

Wm..'Sands. laundry route worker Boca Chica.THURSDAY i ,

IJr., Harry Baker, Chief Fire NOV. 25- I i '
Drpt, Mr Bill Gates, ball play! LOCAL BASEBALL 7:00: P.M.-Beachcombers vs.
era fcVrgio r Esqumaldu. merchant K. West Senior Baseball League Boca Chica. ziF
Mr. E. Eequinaldo, Jr. Attorney, y I 8:00: P.M.-Bob's Sport Shop I
MrM. Salinero (Municipal Stadium) Y
merchant H i vs. Sonar School. I
Henson fireman, Mr L. Gonzalez CluW, W. L. Pet. I 9:00: P.M.-Pollock's Jewelers I I 0
B -t. merchant J. VilltreaJ, Key West Clowns 5 0 1.000 vs. Coca-Cola.
Sr.. navy yard worker, t). Mc- Red Raiders 3 2 .600 ,

Cartfiy. P. O. employee. E. Ingra Atomic Bombers 2 3 .400! NAVAL ENLISTED MAN I
han\ .fireman. A. Rivero" meri American Legion 0.000; II
i chant. Bud Gahring, salesman, A (Continued From Page One) I

Thompson employee. E. Smith, Your right eye. and kicked Hernandez. II
R. V. McGee C. Met Navy Horoscope After the two patrolmen got I FOR HOME
Yard workers John Sands txj; Hooks to Police headquarters he or
driver M. Esqumaldo, merchant, MONDAY NOVEMBER 22 struck Sergeant Boykin. It took
O. Mcjntoch. employee, Mr. old< IHft-rPerhaps the best definitionof the three of them several COMMERCIAL

Mrs. Twine Dobbs. retired servicemen the character cf this degreeis minutes to get him in a cell. ate e' USE .
and World War I hero.. Mr. that ii is i clever, possibly cunning Later Hooks was taken to I aF tic

Alfred Sands. M. Bazo. Jr. D. would be a better description -f Naval H'-spital where his injuries II We Are Prepared To Furnish You
Buckley. Navy yard employee { in $some persons There are : were looked after. lie was I With

p. *,'iII"ras. and T. Brown aruj great powers cf' pcrsuation andif I severely! beaten himself. Also Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE
i) many others. The crowd *t the the trait of this day does not arrested with Hooks was- Reginald ar r t r 4
stadium was almost 300 and all become; obtrusive, positions of Clark another enlisted man. --- -a- -

jl j wanted; to sign this sta mt'nL'' Irustr certgu4y success, will almost for intel fei jnsr! with $ Policeman. I -5, Ph .10 Thompson Enterprises Inc.
follow faithful
Hooks now is charged with ,
H a It 0 f Auburn's'Jootbal) Application to the duties. being drum and disorderly II THE ENGINEER AND FIREMEN PERISHED in this wreckage of a freight train resulting from
coaching staff of six. including t I I explosion of the (ICE DIVISION)
d1 using profane language, resisting locomotive boiler near Clark's HilL S. C. The terrific blast hurled the engine
plate';, Modern Iraq is ancient: Meso arrest and assault and battery on the tender and a car from the track. One trainman was injured. The train was en route from PHONE NO. I KEY WEST. FLA.

: potamia. the three otficvrs.: Spaitanburg.; S. C., I
to; Augusta, Ga., on the Charleston; & Western Railroad.



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LOUISA'S LETTERDear London Underground Stretches

Bf K *A LESLIE GULEY i I LONDON-(At')-London's sprawling glrant of a subway sYst.4." '/

Louisa: I is taking; its biggest stretch in 31 years The underground, as 'f

PhorieS The Citizen Office I Should children be made to go to Sunday School or should I called is opening 10 miles of new life and nine new stations Ire thi :$

Residence-629-XJ the decision be left with them? 'northeastern and northwestern.t a- o A I

"y Y "'IaIlUlIlWl1WUJIllllUlIllUlIUUJUJIII, WIIIII1IIUIIUIlllJllllIIIUIII1IIIfDIIIlJIIIII1WIHIIJIIIlJI Don't you think that boys and girls will get more out of it ; suburbs. i i'.................... .

Sherry Ann if they go of their own free will than if they go because their That will give it 243 miles of i; ;

Tyson Becomes parents compel them? line and 278 stations-more rail- i; TODAY'S = ; 1 I II :--

SIXTEENAlabama.Answer road than in all of Paraguay andenough .
Bride Of Burton Hoick In : to reach from New YOrk '' ..f.fI
to below It's the I BIRTHDAY i
I Not long ago I put this que.tion'before a class I was teach : : Washington. I
Beautiful : I Isince ;
biggest extension at one clip I
Ceremony This Morning ing and I was really surprised at the answers. *0 a ea '
# <<: 1917.>> It was accomplished: By (VP) NtwsfeaturM

A beautiful wedding took place Misa Doris Tyson sister of the The ages of the members of the class were from eighteento i by electrifying old steam tracts .. ........ ,.
early this morning when Sherry I f twenty years and. with few exception, they agreed thqt children I -the underground runs on the

Ann Tyson became the bride of bride and her attendant, wore a should be made to go to Sunday SchooL One boy made I r surface in the outskirts. But at .I SARAH GIBSON BLANDIMa

Burton Hoick U. S. Navy. I white silk skirt with aqua print I the remark that that was what n. parents were for-to teach their- : .that it has cost 8000000. born Nov. 22. 18SJ. on a farr; .

The ceremony took place in I bodice, and carried a colorful cruldren right habits. 9 I :1 Five and three-quarter miles of near Lexington, Ky. daughter of ...

the First Methodist (Stone) mixed flower Of (course the ideal thing J it are in the northeast and four'' an internal revenue officer. First
I corsage Ralph
Church, with the Rev G. Le.n Crispell, friend of the groom I would be fur these children to I I The Weather I and a quarter miles in the nol.tl1t t, woman president .

Wells performing the marriage..''acted I as his best man. have such interesting teachers} west They're in addition to of Vassar

and approximately forty personal I I The former Miss Tyson is the I that they would consider it a FORECASTKey i''I seven miles opened last Dectm College .selected *-
were present, relatives! and I[daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. privilege!: to attend the church ber and two last May That (rum 200 applicants .
West and Continued
friends of the bride and groom .Tyson, and attended the Key school without any urging by Vicinity: : makes 19 miles for the year. she
MIM Tyson wore a t'harminel I West High School where she others but sometimes this is fair weather with moderate The network has grown up '
was made her v e- nwa : ;
wedding gown of shimmeringwhite a popular pupil active in all not the case to fresh southeasterly winds gradually since 1863. It started i.dtl..te
with a satin bodice and i'school activities The proper and most suc- thru Tuesday. with steam engine;; and open ;> New

full tulle skirt a tiny rap with!I I Mr. and Mrs. Hoick are leaving cessful way to get a child interested Florida: Few showers in north I coaches. It switched to electric ,.-, 01 Haven.the Conn. ..

shtHikter-length illusion veil and for Charleston, S. C. shortly. in tie church school is to I power beginning in 1906. Pas Normal Schoolof
she rained a U.uqut of white ,where Mr. Hoick has been trans see that he attends it regularly 1 portion today and tonight( and I eeiigers had been complaining ri'
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flowers j ferred by the U. S. when he is young. Don't ask himif generally fair weather elsewherethru about the smoke. v; Gymnastics,
I I Navy. I
he wishes to go to Sunday Tuesday Cooler in north I A public authority tin Lon she was acting
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--. School any more than if he wishes portion tonight and Tuesday i I don Passenger Transport Board !'! S..ilu"do.. dean of women' ..

Correction Made In Error I to go to day school Let him Jacksonville through Florida took it over from private ownI I at the University of Kentucky
understand that he is expected to Straits: Jo' res h southeasterly'winds J ers in 1933 and it was nationalized "
before she her B.A. With.
today and in south portion j I gut ,3
go e very Sunday. After all one ;j with the rest of Britain'srailroads (
Giving; Credit For Direction; I Tuesday. Northwesterly winds in i Columbia M.A.. she directed
;; ; or two hours a week is not too !I tiT Wircphoto last Jan. I.1
much for anyone to devote toj:north portion tonight Few ShOW- j: home economics at Cornell .1'.

Of Key West{ Players9 Blithe SJ rit' I i their spiritual welfare.If r ers extreme north portion today. DIVORCES OF TWO ROYAL COUPLES. Shah Resa PahUvi :I In order to test a baked potato. -1

he gets the habit when he East Gulf: fresh southerly end: Empress; Fawzia cf Iran (left. and King Farouk and Queen for doneness hold it in a potholder j Although the University of

Saturday in announcing the best of the productions by the I is young he will probably keep'!winds today and in south portion I Farida cf Egypt (right). were announced in Cairo. Egypt. Fri and squeeze it lightly; if ;, Mississippi has beaten .,

tryouts to be held at the Barn I I Players, and that Mrs. Carleton it up later on. The boy or girl !'today shifting to northwesterly day. Neither cf the beautiful aueens had borne male heirsto it yields to the touch and feels i in three of five games, the.poirl4'totals

Theatre tonight at 8 p.m. for the I I was one of the leads in "Blithe)I II who is dating or dancing late on :'in north portion tonight. Few the thrones. Empress: Fawzia is the sister of King Farouk. soft the potato is ready. !: balance exactly-68 tact,
new show planned by the showers' north portion today and
Key Spirit, another well done Saturday night should be waked ,
West Players, "One's A Crowd," I I play but this latter very productionwas I I up in time for Sunday services'I j1(i central portion tonight I ___ _._ _h __ Make a quick sauce for ice I i .i

it was stated that Mr. and Mrs. I directed by Maida Lazaro- I unless they work hard all the i}j No small craft or storm: warn I ON IKI\I. Personal Mention cream or cottage pudding or cus NEW! Lose Weight 4 .. '
Guy Carleton the directors of vici. week and have little time for rest ings have been issued. 1
chocolate .
i lard by melting peppermint Without Dieting!
the new show had also directed I I Mr. Carleton also directed the or recreation during the week low heat
over ; ....
I I --1 1 1I Rabbi d Mrs. Abraham si. .wy
i n
Night Must Fall" and "Blithe play "Broken Dishes" which was days. Key West. Fla, Novg. 22, 1948. with a little water i wrt..wAm' Mrnluav __ .
Sprit former presentations of Of when the REPORT I Schwartz had as their guests ucly: pound and b.,a.se.knee.
presented by the Players several I course, boy or I I .attractmbgwe. Al ,
their Maxwell I rot
this theatre group. I years ago. girl gets out of school and begin (Observation taken at City Office,: Sunday son. do m eat a drucwua A VUS! {IndaiVMama

It is true that Mr. Carleton directed -:I Your reporter much regrets to make his or her own living I 8:30: a.m., EST) I'' Schwartz, his fiancee Miss lore -...and._.tlJKkd.Must
Irene Bodner and her of Canol"I
"Night -..ut Fall," which Temperatures father BINGOCASH -I
the error in the credit of the direction I the decision should rest with Uk a curbed y
1 1I MiamI. Fla .
will be remembered as one of theNuvy of 'Blithe Spirit" ?'them but even so, a parent can t lightest yesterday 85 i ing.. no niKljr druca hoe, lautuwa w e>- .
I influence them. !Lowest last night 79 I PRIZES ..._ .*b the AYtfe! pia& I
--- ------ ----:---- It is so easy to turn over for:Mean 82 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts PROOFPOsrraYEINMor na YDSon *> .
known doctors have tested
(Wives another little nap, instead of 'Normal 731 returned home Thursday evening Sponsored by Navy Wives 1UU peuple tame :wee) lead tag, uwewM

Bowling League getting up on Sunday morning I I I Precipitation I j from bt Louis Mo., where they Club No. 88 and widy taaanot Try 14 A YLK la li!>ytmiaill pound,averaax.ay..,..*]]..|
but the who and :Total last 24 hours Tins attended the funeral services of
person up WEDNESDAY Nov. 24 MONET-BACK GOAAIVTas-lls.r.ree
Announces Plans For Future Games does what his conscience tells Total this month 0.34 ins. j their son Charles E. Roberts. T-5 I have reported raw vl tq w M >aia ua wit 4

I him to usually feels the better'for Deficiency this month 1.42 ins. Charles E. Roberts was one of 22 8:00 to 11 :00( P." thrawry ym. K... BUM brat.iu. ys are. yw|wiWTt* .... beat
The NavyVives Bowling Keglers, Pauline Holmes, Captain it.And. .Total this year 45.95 ins. \ soldiers killed in a plane crash ....., S2"'*)w arwebarkb f
League held its first practice June lbout'it '' 1 Oct. 21. 1945 Alaska while South Beach Restaurant SumblK, ,.ftPi Chart Cell U
Tucker, Jeri Scott, there is doubt 'Excess this year 9.90 inS. in returning
no : FREE ywa. Ur an>l tree .rb
fame Friday at the alleys on the home to be discharged.Mr. PATIO (End of Simonton) wden He waA' -
Corky Herron, average 1560; that we get something out] Relative Humidity i I/I1uPe
U. S. Naval Station to determineeach I I !I -.lJ
,.ena..rwe. ... .
'! of the church that } 8:30 a.m. I : Itepl. I r aa>4
team's average Team No 3, The Strikettes, Flo we get nowhere : Public Cordially Infitetl' Feed It(...* !. Key Sleet aaal
There I else. Even if we fail i i I 76% and Mrs. H. M. McCutchen nbrre.iS -
are and beginning
teams Captain Peggy Rodney -
to admire the pastor or priest, i Barometer i iI x of Minneapolis Minn.. have ar- 1
next Friday. Nov. 26, Roma Dillard( Trudy Clark the be if j I i I (Sea Level) 8.30 a.m. : b rived to the winter at their --
as '
case may or we spend '
Team No. 1 will compete against 1417 Team I >R' 'S'\ : R 3.1I's: 'C'S 113' !1T Ts "'
average ; No.4, The 29.96 ins.-1014.6 mbs. I II
can count many hypocrites in I!: home at 1440 Grinnell street.
Tram No.4. and i
Team No. 2
Blue Demons Jeanne Reynoulds, the I I Tomorrow's AlmanacSunrise I -,
congregation, there is that 1 !
gains'! Team No.3; the winning Captain, Dorothy Cravat Lucille _
i I
intangible 6:48: a.m.
something we gain n Mr and Mrs. Elliott Halver-
lean of each two j
eom feting will then play teams each ,Blais Ewing.Emily Des Armier Genevieve when we support an institution]I I,I Sunset ... n 5:33: p.m. i son of Hollywood, Florida with nOI.HlmIIH; ; ll ..
or a religion that stands for Moonset 1:60: p.m.
their Colette and
other: the losing teams of the j Several other bowlers I'I I ,; .
signed better ways of living and compassion J Moon last quarter, Nov. 23rd |) ar f wre weekend visitors to
first will and then the ; wan i
game play -
jup for league playing but
were for the unfortunate. : .. V1st II
i K v having been the
two winners of this will !
game not present Friday. However '
it So let's not rob our children TIDES of Mr. and Mrs.
play three games. Following this, I lis announced that it is*not too of this and let's see that they guests i ril/JdJ1iit i &
(Naval Base) Kitts I
all four teams will ask for competitive late i for these and other bowlers form the right habits while Tomorrow _

games with women's .who are interested in league i I '
they When -P W /
are young. we expect 1. pnoti "
bowling league from other stations. I bowling to join. All Navy wivesare : (Eastern Standard Time!) It is handy to remember that .
I a child to make important -
welcome, and it is suggestedthat decisions before his judg- High Low I THE MURDER TRIAL of Sgt. | there are 4 cups of flour in one BUY HIS GifT Jr." '

The four teams are as follows: for further information ment is mature enough to do 1:43 a.m. 9:28: ajn Kenneth Long (above) at Mar- pound of flour and that 2 cups t. / I
3:57 8:46 I
No I, The Ten Pins. Edna Porter 543-M be telephoned. I'{ : p m : p m
so. we are dodging our own jof granulated sugar weigh oneI
Captain. Frances Gainer, The Tuesday morning bowling responsibilities and putting too I tinez. Calif, was thrown into I POLLOCK'S I ; .. '
Vivian Driver and Pearl Wood, for all Navy wives continues as much on him. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I confusion when the presiding I pound.r..yyyyy..yy..y. ;
1317 Team (Reference Station: Key West) I I
average ; No. 2. The in the past ,
LOUISA. judge permitted the! playing
.. Time of Height of I ; .
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----- StationTide :high water STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
Address Your Letters to: !I Bahia Honda Long was under the influence
Party To Be Held TRIUMPH
"LOUISA". O. BOX 532.Orangeburg. .
!1 (bridgeOh10m) 0.0 ft i of the Sodium Pcntoihal drug

S. C. 1: No Name Key known as truth serun." His COFFEE .

''f'etlllfJSllllEvening This WeekIt (east end) __+2h 20m 'I charged with slabbing: his I 1 MILL e

has"been announced that All Boca Chica wit: to death. In the recording j at ; Initial Buckl $A50Lare
a persons who are to be in ,
Talent Party honoring Mr. Frank I Calendar Of Sandy Point-Oh 40m l tog. he denied he killed her 1
the show are requested to be Caldes Channel 411 Grocers
Lloyd will be held at the Casa j end accused another: man.
Cayu Hueso on Wednesday eve- present at this party, and also Coming Events I (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft II : .A&AAA&AAAA&&A..AA.'

lUna at 8 o'clock, sponsored by I anyone interested in the produc- j I oOo __ ..-..- :R"I
: I
the Key West Junior Woman's tion, or in becoming a member MONDAY. NOVEMBER 22- I i NOTE: Your Grocer SELLS That Good ; RELIEF i ch..r;
Club. Annual Baby Show Sponsoredby ;!' (-)-Minus sign: CorrectionsI I AT LAST Holder
of the also
is cordially invited St. Paul' 4:00 P.M., St I to be subtracted STAR i,1
Mr. Lloyd is the New York s. : j BRAND s4so
rector who will be in charge di-I "' Paul's Parish Hall. Contin- i! (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to I ForYourCOUGH I
A short floor show will be be added. AMERICAN .
thrFollies of 1949" the ; presented uation Tuesday, November i \ COFFEE i .
diamond -
I II and CUBAN fiery nag ".bcemlywdwiied
which will be presented by I and an enjoyable eveningis 23i'd. Prizes. I Creomuliion relieves prompdy'becauseit 'fej
m a >anun 14K aid
Junior Womar. Cub on ,.tht'j promised for all attending this : Tiyouts Barn Theatre Key | Apples, stuffed with whole -Try A Pound Today-= fan right to the scat of die troubleto j Kttu>(ol douBCtive( design.( 11 :.wC

brr 14th and 15th. I Talent Party. I West Players. 8:00: P.M., for;cranberry sauce and baked are help loosen and expel: germ laden -
'delicious served with turkey or phlegm and aid nature to soothe and $75 L
New Pia"One's A Crowd. '
i heal raw, (tender inflamed bronchial C .... K.ydiais.
-- ---- -- -- -- --- --- -- TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23- ''!other fowl. Choose small apples iPIMPLES mucous membranes.Tell aE. 9"I'

Meeting; Of Board Of Directors Fashion and Stage Show, Spon- ,i cover the pan but baste occasion to sell you a bottle of your Creomuuiosith druggist
; the
ally during baking.
sored by Poinciana P -T. A. I DON'T SQUEEZE THEM rooted brush oaHLEEKEX i the understanding you must like (1'c
8:00: P.M., Elks Club Annex. ami we. bow .m& maJy fust it the way it quickly allays the cough Ie i
Andnbon; Society To Be IIJIIIl'ollihr-, Fashions and Talent. I' The heaviest known materials lint hale liimt ugly pimple Not m trca at it..>dim m.!ve them that often pimpln oa or you are to hiss your money back.

Navy Wives Club No. 83 Husband are metals but some metals arc thnveun,but a onthiiMirnr.il,aced iKjuul that I j I Knife
A 'Board of Directors Meeting I{rand F the procuring of sound and the lightest known ma- nliem itthing.Irivr, nine out I fCREOMULSION r' Monogrammed Sf,9S
-and-wife potluck din- among Atk fur KLEEREX AftD.ubl. I I tI
of the Monroe Audubon Jt all Iruegiita. s1
Society has been County called for 8 I(,[I silent color movies on bird and ner. 6:00: p. m., NCCS. i i terials .rout nnnt, b*.a il,i I alt *f /t I l '
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o'clock tonight at the home of Mr. I I animal life for showing in the WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Styled by KreUler
schools. Navy Wives Club No. 88. Social i
and Mrs. George Mills White. 508 I I I
Simon ton street, it was stated today I!i I The Audubon Society Board of meeting. 2:00: p. m. St Mary's 9"...

by Stuart S. Whiting. President [i Directors is composed of Mrs. Parish Hall II Take Advantage of This iJ
Grace Crosby Miss i Frances Bingo, sponsored by Navy I

Aiaung the matters of importance : )lames Mr. Earl hamilton Dr. O Wives Club No. 88. 3pm. ,

to considered. Mr. Whiting A. Smith of the Naval Hospital South Beach Restaurant Add to his man-about.lown SloB Set Cuff L .kt
said were those pertaining to Mr. Norman Artman, Treasurer Public Invited. appearance with this elegant .
the forthcoming Audubon Screen I iMr. Harold Laubscher Secretary TaUnt Party honoring Frank i PRE SEASON SALE EVENT Wittnauer watch t1 151

Tourt fiscal affairs of the Society Mr. White and Mr. Whiting Lloyd, N. Y. director who i gold.filled flexible ffi
will direct forthcoming 'Fol :555 .

..--- ---.- I Ii. l lies of 1949" for Junior Wom- let.

I i ................ an's Club. 8:00: P.M. at Casa ; Christmas
Deputy Grand; i I i. i ii Ca\o Hueso All interested for Shopping Sot-If.....leer Ct_C.wa.Y ..

persons urged to attend. i i .ad Q' m t.adriu. ,
Master To !j i I 1 4

I i Max Zaslofsky, Chicago; Joe $1150.
I 0.4 \ ,
Visit HereThis ; .... .... ... I Fulks Philadelphia; Ed Sadow-

at'' Mr. and Mrs Louis B. Sellers. ski. Boston: and Howie Dallmar.Feerick I UNDERWEAR 1 ,
evening commencing Philadelphia Bob PRICE 'j Wwdww..os.r.ooi..w
'7 30 the Right Worshipful District of 19-E Pomciana Place, announce Washington were named to the I 1/2 watch band w colon to match $1 OtS j
the birth of at the your watch. Gold ftwbed m 11,
a son
Pablo of the Basketball
Deputy Grand Master all-star team SLIPS S. Kreukr Quality.Jewclcry.
Monroe County Hospital Sunday .
Fernandez of the 24th ,' ', ocialion of America last sea-
District, will make his annual ,('at 7:01: a.m. The boy weighed 7' son. a x):+ 9 .. -t : for Men by Swank Kreisler and La Made
Ilbs. 14 and has been i
oz.. named
Vint; to Anchor Lodge No. 182 '' i

Freehand Accepted Masons, at ,'I Louts Blackburn Sellers Jr.I Many' Other Items' Too ,Numerous{ to Mention I rr\f; /.\' U'KIf'f" fl' {: I.i TOM(;.1 IT .

the Kite usual,Tt"mplt.Eoaton mtftir.tc place.and Scottish Simon-j I The larvae of one tooth can HOr-0 Ser If l'"" fan **>!''/ tin Mi ir"POLLOCK'S

ton Jltrt't"ts. destroy as much wool in one
year as twelve sheep can produce -

The United: States normally FLASHES? Ii \\IIIM/ QUflLlia

produce over 1,000 tons of pig

iron.per 1.WO population each JOtt7 *Are mWdie-sae'you goto. period thru peculiar the functional to .omen MAR-ED DRESS SHOP 1 J IU L E $

year.The 38-3 yrs I? Dora this make you
k suffer from hot flMhes feel to an- i '
sow. hl h..trung. tired Then DO try
ribbon JOLLY
little bow of or -
string TIME Lydia fc. Plnkhama Vf1i; tab1. Compound 508 DUVAL STREETI
,fort the sweatband of men'shatsls to relieve such symptoms! I
tr insole r.us ,
also hah
Plnkbam what
believed by some to' date ..YM MOOe e Doctors call .stom cblc tonlo effect: j Dresses ,Ilillineri'and Accessories I "EXPERIENCED J JEWELERS FOR THREE GENERATIONS
from > time when men s hats,, .
were'. ildjuHahl LYDIA L PINKHAM'S ESSSi .


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ITS A SCIENCE to raise and prepare turkeys for the nalioD's Thanksgiving lables. The big task _
has made Wellman. Iowa the turkey capital of Ame..ica. There the cooperative Maplecresl Farms
.n..e hatched grown. slaughtered and shipped 350.000 prune birds this year. But it's a tricky business. .
Turkeys are sensitive. Disease can decimate a flock. Noise can panic the birds into suicidal
t.e.npc.:1e: Heat end cold can kill them. Young poults must be moved in heated trucks until old
enough to U ie on the ground. But 2.000 turkeys can be raised on 48 acres and they enrich worn-
QUi :taint Und so it can produce bumper crops. When turkeys are six months old they are ready
tor the market. The following pictures show the process of from farm to you: _

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KING GOBBLER-His strutting YOUNG POULTS in a raised cage-They must be kept off the FRESHLY SLAUGHTERED birds get bath as ANOTHER BATH is added to DRAWING TABLE : busy CLEANED AND SEALED in plastic your tur-
can ruin his white meat. ground till eight weeks old. Ground spreads disease. hey come from feather removing machine. several i interior rinses. place.l U. S. inspector checks key is packed in a box and frozen. I

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JUU'tll..IUIS' WMK: ..: TO NEW HOMES( IN \ 1 IE LOW DOWN t IKUCKMKN. UN I I One machine can produce asinany It I is estimated that all trio. rfiamohds -

.! fl T1111 (Continued' From Page On) js 96.000 papei. Uigs "ptiJiour. i ,in the WIN! dare w
I, I -fromHICKORY _- tin- increase ufo 10 cent an hourin about 15-b'illlort dollars '
: l : I
Tri GROVEI wagej.
Reaction of the strikers was

I wI t iLi I just lien reading:: .trout how : not revealed, although: it was said I I THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ \ at POPULAR PRICES
the pipes tin gas are Kc'tmi big- j they are still i holding out for an :
cur and bigger awl how natural advance of 25 cents an hour and Located in the Heart of the City
to be pumped. from, the i more working time daily.
middle of the II S. A. to Cincinnati San Francisco reported that REASONABLE ROOMS for
the long&horeinen's strike, which RESERVATIONSwith
I and New York and thereabouts .
and also west as far; as began on the west coast on September .BATH and TELEPHONE
San Franriacn.; That, I'lstland, 2, is being discussed: this
brothers takes no mediocre kind afternoon' at ano hr.conre..nrr Ford Pershing Ulillcr\
3fERICA'A 'If pipe. And furthermore a big of strike leaders and comunyrepresentatives. | .
part of the gas! being corralledand l" Hotel Hotel Hotel .
I shipped around is the kind 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. lit Ave. 229 NE. 1st Ave. .
of gas that usc-d: to be lost in former JOIN: PAYROLl SAYINGS: The working hours lost annually 80 Rooms JQQ Rooms !
Roorn --
times as oil. folks got out the through accidents in factor- 80
.__ 4 .. .....- Elevator Elevator
oil IP.are enough to produce two Solarium Heated Elevator -
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It has taken a right smart billion pounds of soap. 89 million '
f i : amount of heavy thinking to figure Who' Knows? sh rt$,- and 50 million pairs of, 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATIQN :
+fi i /. out these things-it has also "shoes.
taken dincro. And t ---=--- -' -- -- -
F plenty any- -7 -.- --- .
1.Vhat ix'rrentar.c f.f f P"le.tine" -
body probing for a pood anweras
| to what population is Jewish: ? -- -
is private enterprise
:1 they Rot it nght here with oil 2. What is known as the Iberian r. ': I---: ; :; ::;: : :! ; r :

t k at :land' gas. Conservation, too 3.peninsula What is? the of ; '
( good for the country -good forI .
light? i :: ( \ \
Wirvphoit. j I I I:i everybody.I don't too often get hot and 4. What is the average; yearly ; ::
I income of who '
works full
PROUD PARENTS HOLD BABIES on the rail of the Army Transport General Sunday, arrivingIn bothered about anything but woman .I. .
I Boston. Mass with 808 Displaced Persons Irjm Europe. Parents and children are headed for now and then when I sec guys time? ....' 'r .. ....... ....
i 5. How many kinds of fl.h'are r
new homes in all parts of the United States. T fey are .glad.10 get ashore after a stormy 13-day getting up on a platform and there in toe world? "\
saying big outfits: are a menace
from Bremerhaven. Germany.
I 6. How does the cost of equipping -
I waver. I figure the guy is apecwee
and! maintaining soldiernow a Mrs61.da .
/ i na.iw+ t .
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--- ---- or a fellow that I would e-e'7 ;
nut choose! to have hold my gold compare with 1940? ( .
UEAUTY. iN"lfNulf' I 7. How many dishes does the I
;" watch if my back was turned.Who
!average housewife wash in a
I would put in big for

Glamor Girl Made To Order :\ In llnt-f; / I I ban there Uin3 was big no big amount company: of pipe gas I ask if I lifetime 8. By? what name Wthe sA ____ '

,Hawaiianknown" Islands 1 formerly : sit i v'
I Man uan swim only as fast as the windy! pee-wec guy that
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T \ the octopus;-four miles an hour. I|I Yours with the i low down .
i JO SERRA.I I 9. ThC itirt Colon 1)('.
4 fe I came,' what U. S. State?
At one time tw! sorts "rtes-1 I I 10.
Hy whit name \V.AI".ka
"pair" and "diffidemf"! the fllllllliiti'ItiContinuedt;
meant I I I o\vn"' licfore its; purchase by
:same thing. i I Ii I ( Kr'Hii "PiC" fi"'els. l ,'- IF. S ?
i! __._ .
t --- A ,'If'-- It rlt. :
a I Snyv falh in the trx pk-s. But headr'l l by tank.., the conirmnfique
it changes: to rain unless it falls'''': acitel, broke up II!e'i: 1- I 1 Hie Answers
on high p<:l1ko;. ,munist r.inc,*nt ration lor sI: ;'i.i :

in that area and now have them I. About <"" .-U..nl! j
i Snow falls at the rate of two", falling: buck all along;: the iine.i 2 Spain and Pu'tut.d
11t to three miles IIn hour or about i i i j :Meanwhile. Americansin.1 1 -1.: II;:). ;J miles! a sei'ivlI. -j
; tax one bevE'nthUte: :- at whichi other foreigners:!: arc still leaving $1.700. Jl.tf'l1 average ;'&IjO jI
a. i i rain falls. this city arYl Shanghai.In 5. More than 40.000) I
the brotrlrR"t th" '-onn mnLst. 0. $39G.2R.: : : as rumiuwd, with' .
Snow contains sir much air that after he had told about the $2i6.27 early: in World War II.
j animals hlernate; Ix-ncath it and "renewed attack" warned the 7. 2500000.
: ;_ i men have been buried in drifts United States to keep out of 8. Sandwich Islands. S. y = 1 i
i | for two full days and lived. China. He added that aid from 9. South Carolina. I -.J
1 ttis the United States would be c"nsidered 10. Russian AmcriciEiHM.stiafus
: f Fill a ;graham c Tal'ke.hdl as! an "hostile act" by the I
RFli with fruit and whipped! cream fora communist command of Chios devclopt'i -

:' pnJ/u; l,o"r: iiififurt AFTER Ringlet curls sert.quickly Us<- aprir prepared its 01 festive peactvj des'11. Although nu-.it. mnUiin all the'! .in Christian.itonuc 1-1,1.thi-oi \ Ions before I ONLYh SERVEL GIVES YOU ALL

I is cinhasizril by help soften features, ange; segments or pineapple foi nccessarv minerals: th..J!e ;i'>win I
:!fair; pulled/ Lark behind brought funcord to ,ridi. I the fruit. calcium -

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ii I it n r e tl nunlfh / Full/ lips help

Ifr"i"; frtHIIIri". WAGES 0QVUNVTES / Ill: ; lIUEJrOOI) LOCKER: ---
I not beat in on your rugs
By DEITY CLARKE. AP Ncwsfeatures Beauty Editor liSlCOJWE end furnishings when sudden I LiHtk-htl* nf sjiiH-f jar fnwn funds in Serrel"it big I"r";:,.,, 1'innl fx rArr

There need be showers catch you with your (The it u,. //. model holds bushel bukelfnl 6(1
no such thing as a homely woman. says An AF N.wsf.otveesidogreph 0 P7 Of COMMffCFfSCUVfT) -n/' lit ( sliindiird packages
beauty expect Eddie Senz. All you have to do to secure the windows open while you ere I' .1/ mro/a I. regeliible, And Serreftt ;<'"' trtiy freeze III'II'Y/ HlTk.
II lovely "lines of a lady" is to achieve the correct hairdo mouth- U.S.PERSpNp11N 01 A'A'A away if your home is protected ling ire ,."f"... /
line and neckline for your type he says. p, ,RAtE with :,
New fashions such as the high petal or chinchin collar or 214.6 BILLION I
!the! deep plunginq or sweetheart shops: collar necklines canhern ( mlA n WIIw I MOIST COLD: DRY COLDt'.tirden : ---

in fthanmq tho lace. >* s ,..... ...
repettibles crisp fruits;
iijt slay iippetizing in the deir-tirtiun;
Th- gal| with .1 Ions thin tool .rS I Serrel
should tai hi ing h< i hair up and /Special; eel;" TRANSFER t.w i nrll/ .';'.: t --_ -- --- I fresheners. Meals keep fresh for days in :Serrel's generous menl keeper.

way hum hi fj v stressing her $/ BI luoNNfEh'ESTDIVDEN pAYME.PITS0.6 : Ce"b''i.S..1; -- I )''''''''f' extra roominess; loo-llninks to errefs sliding sin-Ires, adjust'
the v-cut divsSh !sh-MiM not I / S : r;. !i i76 ::; .:. ,
leave two. nMiuth in a thin line Thert- will be a special meeting
Mr. Si-nz offers this advice to of Southernmost POSt No. 3H! I. $/ 6ILUOM I IOROPRETORSAND Cooirl.' I MOVING; PARTS TO WKAltSerrel ---
UK! thin-faced girl- Bring the Veterans of Foreign Wars Mon- -
hair forwaid. "with' curl; or waves day, November 22nd. at 8 p.m.. at RENTAL lHCQfc.- E..; is lIr'l'ERKt\T, becmixe it has no nmrhinery So ar'ur, prl noisy; fIr
.4 help oftcn tnt f..->'. make sureit their clubhouse;: on Elizabeth Ii .' I I6.ard become i"//'i,.,,,.. A, tiny gas flume fakes the place of miring imr'ls in
is nut tcp long in back as. thiS $49.8B1tU014fi I
street A matter of great importance the freezing system. Thill's irhy Serrel silent .
Kill- tend to I'-nKthcn the fate.Fwrsbwu will be discussed. All mem- 1 .Ve.. ":."-" stays lasts f",,;:, ,. And oitenilinff -
of the face d 4K4eCenhsl costs slay loir.
nmg can bers'are urged to attend.In .
tie crunt{>luihed bv shortening I
I lie hair extending the eyebrows using; hard-cooked egg for a i. ,WAGES AND OTHeR PLUS:
tightly beyond th:? eyes them- girnish the whites may be chop LA80R INCOME WiNDOWS. PORCHES AND I

K-lvc filling nut the mouth. ped and added to the dish. Theyoifc i SCREEN DOORS Trigger release on..ice 'f''')'. I'lexihle metal grids that rubes
pop out .
BitMd .
hangs also add width to I
then be
can put through a Scin: tight: j"'erlodin3 ia.+ 1-.p-I' I'bislie t'.outed: / shrives Slant, resists and
the I tn ,, i er' rust fi-ralches .
fine sl"veith llaiidv
Sonjtdvisvs; that everY thin a spoonAmericans $ 136.6 BILLION j I ii brewing;/: window; rain: :black.'r.. frcn drafts wstef: and ret pro'ectj ii s- I ; Toll/ bollle urea Easy-to.clruneirlone finish ,'tutiimalicinterior egg r
Ineeds slightly different own 75 per cent of : lodging: of putty ercund windows: ....droiv.e light.KEY.
treatment hu.eve.and only by the world's automobiles. di i i painting; maintenance' ccit' to
experimenting can mr balance 01..1 nrn'sS.Convenient;.
the feil tu It.*. pvarance i i- done by mean of .. j I Payment Plan I ----e
Its alwa'a' betlei to visit imnktup photograph.,:: A large unietouchvd I i II CALL-PHONE 1042
expert and Ret professional portrait is used to paint on a new j II I -KEY WEST- -
advico first-hand but this hairdo eyebrows mouth neckline I VENETIAN BLIND CO. I

may nut twa\-i be possible as'tIIIW' etc. Experiments continue !j Awniiiso Jaloaoir, WEST GAS CO.
towns do not have opetat until the right combination i> hit \rnrlian lllin
  • ,xr equipped to give these beau- upon. Then the girl can afford tot I 123 DUVAL STREET f fC ,

    ty pointersOne which .t her hair and tweeze her cy. ; r write f.r liC "FLKMIM: : ; STHEKT.: .1'IIO.NKr
    god trick some girls brows without anticipating a i I. /: : 1.1
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