The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00257
 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 23, 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: UF00048666:00257
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Asserts ConsiderationOf To Buy Meacham Roberts Refuses

Blockade Question Field In Key West : f .

i I Fo: Discuss Death
4 prrial < Taef'Itla.wr I
Will End In Failure I WASHINGTON Nov. 23.-According '

i to an announcement today I'
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iicidLI. '. by Representative George ? : I II Of Young Ebanks
That i iVir; t j
Smatheis who represents Mon-
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S. MilitarKxrilniuiit y I roe County. Florida in Congress.I y, R -----* Wants' Ltiwycr To

JU1l i j the Civil Aeronautics Adminis- .

I !! tration has directed that the ,
: (:awed 'i a a,t _
Meacham Field project at Key ,
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Auuug Tiirity I z a.w iL West has been added to the Federal "' 1 1" BEAT COMMUNISTS i Says

('oiniril: .Mmilirr Airport program. I e x. i Ill<|IIC. l Coiltillllnl.

In l'iriT.nliylt Federal funds totaling $20.000 Until Tomorrow
1 will lie made available by the :
.. .-h. ,..wl..r4 PrvulTAHIS. t When Six Whneyeee
CAA (flr the acquisition of the
Nov 23.-Excitementwa. t2i
rau-M-rl here today among land. Figure according to Rep. Washington Ha IJeeu*, Will AppearTom
| Smithcrs. represents one-fourth| I
members of the SecuritySouncil: :i i the purchase price which is the I] Informed; U. S. Has DUKE' PRESIDENT: Roberts; who was arrested -
l hy tinnTcitit of news from the .
1 limit for Federal participa-
legal material
yesterday as a Wit-
American tunr in Berlin reGard- : mt i .\Ir..ady.ham..1
i tion in the acquisition. ii ,
ing tie MiMkade of that area bvtlt ness in connection with the
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nlL'*lap c.rtitfi
A ,:n..kri>M-n in the office, of i Champness' j f .. T'. "..._I.C". r..-... Ebanks. 19. an employe. the
DM Aii.criean ,
military covernnt
Nov. 23 -Communist Oversea Road Toll Bridge

-nt"n in the R.I 'rlm.Mwekade.while 'commenting declared- z. .x 6 1:'Cody Sent To ,j ji i iI forces arc rolling along District, I last Saturday refuted:. tu-

that rtiiy attempt in Paris to i 'I again in North; China accordingto day to make dry statements regarding

.bring atxKil an understanding; i BrooklynI ffirH i radio broadcasts heard here the killing of the young
with the Kuasians was doomed to
w today from the communist com- man
failure; I .
Tlie Se'C unty Council was in !i '.-P1 Wirephota, Dare Champness, 21. mand r 'I'm. going to get an attorneywho

sclon conMicnns:; the currency adore) 19.I died last:: Thursday after a short H Nationalist forces are placing will advise me about the
said Roberts to Coroner
UfMii.n in Berlin when then illness case
r | great dependence on -
.. .. that I I of Starke. Fla. has been inStalled Roy llamlin this morning.
tame from city; giving The body was sent yesterday .
force. Communist
tKtxie*!* of the'-nnna'medAimrican ;I as president of the Future I afternoon by the Pritchard Fu. troops are now Hamlin conducted an inquest

military man about : Farmers of America. Con. I I neral Home to Brooklyn, Newi --- advancing along the easterly. sec yesterday afternoon, but ad-
the bl<*-kade. i I ner is a vocational agncultureI York for funeral services and I II \Virephoto= tor of Suchow and it was in that journed the case until tomorrow

The more the delegates consid- I I student at the University of j I burial. area where national airmen brok:? afternoon when he will present
end the !statement the more ex- Florida. I MRS. OKSANA S. KASENKINA (center: ). Russian schoolteacherwho : : I about half a dozen witnesses t.
concentration of
fitil' they became until sometnnOt suffered a leg fracture and other injuries in a leap from the up communk the jury Hanilin said he would,
Rotarians Don'tMeet t tI during the tormer drive on to trace the movement
<>f a furor was created. I attempt
third floor of the Russian consulate: in New York City Aug. 12.
However in an attempt to lessen i 2 Subs Tanker; during interview prior to her Suchow. of Ebanks until the time his body
takes a few practice steps a press
But communist i broadcast discovered in Overseas
the adverse effect the statement > was lying
m.iy create in Russia and the na- i I ThursdayThe ) departure from the hospital Friday. Helping the 53 year-old ddy said their troops were favoi Highway about 3:45: a.m. Saturday -
I tions. ..f the Western Powers i I Get Here Today teacher .ire Dr...; J&gene Watkins (left) and Virginia Muldoon ed in their advance oy low-lying
iiicintMTs of the council said they I Rotary Club will not meet (right) of the hospital staff. In back: is her nurse. Marion Daly.Two clouds that' made ground visibility Hamlm said the badly crushed

I, felt confident that a solution ofthe I I Two submarines and a Naval II at noon on Thursday. Thanksgiving --- - - almost impossible for the government read of Ebanks .revealed a gash
blockade and I announced today aircraft fighters. rP'' PhotO in back which extended from the
currency ques- 1 tanker reached West Naval Da> it was
I tions.. would be found by the I Key by Aquilino Lopez, Jr.. presidentof Men l Found Guilty Chiang Kai-Shek issued an- DR. ARTHUR HOLLIS EDENS torehead Dock into the head fur
Base W -.
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i.un ituthci I ; the organization other appeal today for furthei about three inches."It
news from Berlin was I The submarines are the USS I Tonight Secretary Robert Dopp aid from the United States to (above), associate director of appears as if the gash had l
that the Russian commander in Clamagore and the USS Cor- announced that there would be I stop the communist advance.In the General Education: Board been inflicted with a harp in

hb ....-("..r had stopped the circulation '1 poral. They have been stationed ;I I a meeting of all officers of the Of EnteringKdget I BarJiulgr ( Washington a government. in New York. was elected slrument" s .d Haojn. "I be

l there of the new Berlin at New London Conn., for sev- I Rotary Club and the chairmen of observer. just back from China. president of Duke Vav riily hem Ebanks'" "death .lrap..de4irutely -
ti-lcnhrthb directory because it cral I weeks The Clamagore got all committees of the group tonight J said it will require $1 t billion $600 I at Durham. N. C_ Friday. He murder.*
<,.I roc tuntain the name of the ; in last night and the Col poral I at the home of President Caro S.h..U't'OIair million from the United States in succeeds: : Dr. Robert L. flow- i Hamlin same oe bad sent piecesof

>.ontnunist chief of police in eastI I 1 this morning. Lopez. To &TM- 901)uy&) aid to the Nationalist Chnese gov- I ers.77. who was named chan- Ebanks' hair to R. M. VoU wr.
> n Ut-rlm. The command also: The tanker is the USS Noxa- t Te"1'(" .(llu"( $ ernment before the tide is i cellor by the Duke Beard of technician with the Miami police
'. n< d t.. i.-..., an order stopping bee which cached 1 here this; lit Jail McLea\e\ turned.He department to see if they agreewith
; Trustees. Dr. Edens. 47. was
the operation of elevated morning. After unloading a car- I Planting ShrubsI At 730 A.M.. EST ( did not explain when the hair taken from the bottwtn
pain, in ..>>t..rn Berlin after 6 go of gasoline
I I the son of a Methodist minis- Mrs. Dpns Day of Marathon.Mrs. .
I' I\! Jacksonville. I Stiiltion- Temp. that the sum he estimated wasnot !
1 At t Naval Base A jury in Criminal! Court t'Kla> : Atlanta ;a1 1 only for munitions but atsoj j: ter. He studied at Emory University Day admitted she was
I I in Atlanta and at Harvard over the body of Ebanks. believing
found that Richard Carter and
53 feed and clothe Chinese
I Augusta to help j
(: Take Off i Workmen todayare planting H I I the''Nationalist I! and served as vice: chancellor : it to have been a bux.
Miami in pmovmnces.From
Congressmen Gcoigti SpUlman of guiltyof Billings 34 I 1
number of shrubs around the lot ; ', another source the Associ-j! of the University System Hamlin said that Sf408 ho.dIx.'t'
t which the Little White (Houseat trespassing in the Midget Bar' Birmingham -19 removed from the body bv
on informed it will' of Georgia.
ated Press
the Key West Naval Station is and both were sentenced bv '' fllsnark 34 was in assistance tot __ __ fore the arrival-- Florida SUU-
(On} "Various Overseas Jaunts i 43; require $5
located. I Boston I Highway Patrolman W. A. Stev-
: Judge Thomas S. Caro to serve heat the communists.The .
Lord Get;
The recent hurricane carried 9ft< days in County Jail. Buff .1. 38 ( Department of State disclosed Lo/irr/ j I ens.Telling
Cy EDWARD H. SIMS away several shrubs and these Te .hmon:)' of Hanv T. Russell Charleston 67 that thus far $3 billion the jury yesterday how
replaced. When President Chicago 30 Hack From Tiro he had found the body in Overseas
iare I being
who the Bar
operates Midget advancedto
The Citixen's Washington Correspondent $600 million has been
Christi 53 Highway. F. D. ToHiaon Mi
Truman gets back here in
j and other witnesses. was to the
WASHINGTON time for trips has arrived once again j I about two or three months the cflcct that the two min were Denver 3-1 Chiang Kai-Shek's govern Sltile MeetingsCircuii ami. driver for the GreyhoundBus

tot Congie&smen. Now that the next election is far away. j I shrubbery should be blooming caught cutting a hole in the moot Detroit: 3."Et ment.) -- Lines said there wag no indication
lawmakers based in their well. Paso 34Ft. Court Judge Aquilino Ebanks had been drag
( ur Washington are casting eyes to f of the place at Simonton and
all points ot the globe. There's somebody here in Washington Greene streets.They Worth :33 Ebanks') Body( Lope.Ii: .and County Judge ged.
GaJvt'.tnD 19 Raymond H. Lord returned to Mrs Day who was out on th"
who is qualified to 'inspect' just about every inhabited portion were speedcallsch-ngeo :
[Arrest Kansas City 23 roadway looking for medical a
Ilanley i after absence *
their desk today an
ol the earth. And most of the time it's Joe Blokes, the Congress- ) wjth attempting to br-ak and enter KEY WEST 80 En Route To(; of a week in Gainesville Distance for a friend said the

nujtt born such and-such a state. He's usually never been out i the bar but the jurv loiini! Key West Airport 7$ and Orlaodo.The v......> was tying lengthwise and
oi the county. until the people sent him to Congress but he's j For Assault them guilty of trespassing Thejury ". """ "b 4'i I told how she had straddled the
ready to tour Vienna as soon as he gets to Washington. which heard the te timony Louisville 23 i Grand CaymanThe ) two judges attended a form of Ebank
of Court jus-
TI. Aclminutiation's 'cx|>ert>* ), ,. Tom ilanlev. former owner of consisted of Raymond Puibla Meridian: 47 I i, meeting Supreme "1 thought: at first that it w' <
...it 1.1] about<- had. Some ofgo.l II the Cabanas= Bar in Duval street, Milton C. RlI crts, Ch;'rl--, V. Miami 71 bodof C. Ehankswas tices. Circuit Court Judg:-s. county a box." 1':.... J--y declared. Sh
; | that &ll> out of Washingtonn hips when they included I was arrested by Deputy: Sheriff t Lund George V. fVrp li. Ji.. William Minneapolis 26 I taken-today in a funeral carI'f judges and other state officials then told the men in the trading
loreiun .lands. One member of : at Gainesville.The .
A. Rcardon and Joseph P th..'
m.sfMi-tiun trips aren't woith William Archer yesterday on a Memphis 3-1 the Pritchard Funeral Home to the forthcoming post along Overseas Highway
the- ,gasoline, the plane is carrying.: : the House Judiciary committeetook warrant sworn out by Robert II. Ladd. New Orleans 34 where it will be placed judgediscussed for sne had lounu a body in the ro.fi
nut they fly all over the world off recently on an Armed I I Herring who e.ieeed Hanley assaulted Francis McLeavrv of StixkIsland New York 49, on the M. S. Mcrcio and taken to legislation: program. Roberts according to the tea
amimc back and make rc- Services EuiTpcan hopand hebn't him earlier in the day. ,i was fined $250 tiv .J III II!I' Norfolk 33Oklaheltna I I[ Grand Cayman. B. W. I. for fu- :, the State Legislature.After timony of Mrs. Grace Burr, opt-i
i |MUI> Once in a while" a Kooduftuit the only one not on the I I Hank's was: released: under bond I II I Car when he entered a ple.i, of City 27 ;1 and burial The the meeting was adjourned ator of a Marathon restaurant
I i> ntadf. bv one whoknou traveling committee to pull such 1 I I guilty to posscs';otl of .1 ...1.i >: Omaha' 191 neral services accompanied by a : Judges! Lopez and lrd i: testified that Roberts t M,her at
a stunt ixxx-ntly.: : ', machine Previously S.YJO body was : went to Orlando to the meeting about II Friday that h.
I > the particular country in a Pensacola 61 brother. Noland Ebanks. Deceased !- p. m.
nd out Tuu often the trips add Theme arc no elections in 1949.: !I 1 bond posted: by McLeavey was Pittsburgh 32 is also; survived by his mother. : of the Florida State Chamber ofI I, was in need of money.
up aw nothing '< and Congressmen will have along i' Announcingi | entreated; by Judge Can. but tI: Roanoke 44St Mrs. Hannah Ebank.-.. -indeveral I Commerce. | "He tried to borrow S50 Iron,.
I t'uncrattmen didn't wait two summer to travel. By next i gully plea this morning; memsi Louis 30 ... an-i l niecesI 1 Cncuit Court C'leik limos CI me." Burr said. "After I refuel
July, half ot the United States nephews .... :io (;.tan s-
ho .1. went :
Opening i he will get back $2:>rt.I San l\nt'n.. 49! I Sauyei.A then he tried to borrow from
werk* alter the ck-ctK.n: before House ot esentativcs will i Sn:: tOran".l'' 13SI : I --- Vllie will. 11".II.i : t hr.. ( 1''nuni, llow.H Ebank.s They left t..geth.I i
;f Iht.\ "Uited out UN Europe. The I probably be 'In ptttlnf: Europe. I of the attll 41 <. \\ .!' t.! .. ..a' np..n.1-d by ho.L.theu h'rt1.fter: II p m Then Roh
' UOUM- Aimed Services committee Pans and other famous towns I Russell Named I .. :\ .-.
t i Tallahassee 70 Masonite Prestwood d.m Lrd! 11."s! cut amt back at :3 a m Sdlu:
went use There was; talk are always inspected with close BLACKOUTRESTAURANT T..."qla J j 4W I .\ r... :,\ ""f." 1., 'Continued On Page Six. ,
..I ..n..ttwol committee trip before j scrutiny. Europeans will soon --
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To I Board .h.'Il..I..n STIII :INK 1.1 MI5KKKH: ---
I'liiistnuw. and the possibility of find out that our men in 'on-- i Housing ( _PtlO"II; 1:14:
two IH thrcr mine. The KoreisnAllau : Cics ale had to {....I. Yes, si.. i ----,-_. -- ----.----.- TELEPHONE 816
> Nninittre can alw | up and shove off. It ....emo.. (:font fortable I pointed as> .< m--mbrr of the It'.u- Palace TheaterIrene Fine Fishing
And their have l been selwtloieign at i me Authority the ("It\. I.t! K< : Dunne and Charles Boyer in ALL AIRLINES I

affairs committee in ie- MIAMI KEY WEST Its New Location West today: by Mayor .\ M.i.t. "*\Vhriir'omt| >rr < < itt ,,".ntba also BARGE LINE. Inc. j land Adams. News and Shorts Hardware i.v..lon Phone 885 PRICE I TOURS

Members ol the Interstate and 917 Simonton | Russell will serve for four vr.u.'..' TONIGHT IS PRIZE NITE ._ .
..'.'HICR Cominrn itMnmittfC1 I 1'1 1 under the now appointment ---------,---..-.'-.-- -- _
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.TELEPHONE with Family 8( Friends at
..l.- hda claim to overseatiiK ; ;- Street 'Ii
> Rn tnti\ S.OIIHmembeia ot. ,\ /farpp LiHreMiami. i'Jiimimiimmimi __ IIIIINII111111111111_ : : : El Prado Restaurant
.. oiiimittees have Tlniri. 2.) on Thursday. No'(i 25th .. .__ .:- =-
son .M liiiK l .2.= _--=':_ ."..= -= "7- -=------.y-=-=-C: =- == >!: III lhnt'1 Miss lie Thunksgiving;
1.1..1 i uie ">n lhei committee Celebrate THANKSGIVING
end in the we :,i; i ; --- 1)(1\-1
with us as past. 'CLSCLl t YO HUESO :
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S You" == service: and the best foods in a = !. Coil the Famous Chef of Paris. NADOU 9276.ti I! GET SEATS NOW! !1I l'URKEY
, Got t News For
I clean and pleasant atmosphere. ... for Your Reservation ..I
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I I THANKSGIVING DINNERSERVED I (..HiniiletfTURKEY :'' Musical Thanksgiving Dinner I'; i : : IIUL1MX.: e&f Benny's Place
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(Botween ;5 :30( and 3'30 P 11.1' i For Civic Drama Production PHONE T2l W
cn 905 biMONION:: STREET
= FROM 1:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. MENU: Jo/iit Lures ..Wcrv.V

I Bar and Dining Room Services Continue ; i DINNER APPETIZERS LOBSTER COCKTAIL Stiti : : .r. 29 at ft I'.11. (J 111'11 7 A.M. 10 II 1)\1.
Until 2:00 A.M. Turkey :
50 C = 1 'I i e

i South Beach Patio RestaurantFOR I II SandwichCELIO = .:> Music by Paul Reunan -:- ,I.. .=!d (Sponsored bv tii J..:. '. M Including KEY LIME. STRAWBERRY end COCONUT

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.Llte i\rt! West Citizen TIME AND TAXES I Radio t LEGALS I I "
S Programs-

Pu.ulUhedlje.il. ) Eirept Bunday. by | "OTICOFR H4TITIOIj a ; Z'J ';?t

%L..NYI r. IRTMI\" U. AIITMA\.......B..I.I..C.... ......11....... ... Streets in Key West that nave been | Bf The Associated Press j' VOTIf \INF IS IIKRKHl: aTSTITF t.IVBN:! thai'name t .. .... - aI

Kr.m Th.i ittten. lsnlldingC.rner : the "d..r.n..l. d.irng t? .n..Age I IJ rj EI.
and look be
thus far smooth to I .
paved are i
'.ir-ear .4n.' Ann streets In Ausinea: fM'.iitious
fIIJ' .telly N.wstaper in Key \\ f..t And Daytime Summary of +.r.nndT"M\\ Inn l I.Ia .
I )I..nr.... 'G"nl> substantial.: | Selected! programs, >' listed "elo" 1 !m name 'Mh' the Irrki
yt-.rida. second d.... matter who declaimed I arc Broadcast at txc sam t.me Mn. .. the 'ir. ., < .
Sit red at Key Weat a* Even those: Key Wester- day through' Fnday. Tome n saStsrn un i urt "! M..nr'
sta"d..lI. For central standard ...... "nl'. Floridal.iled. .
:IHtH: UK Tim;. %..'4)( \TtO PRE HThe loudest about the imposition: of a tobacco i tract one 11..1'': ter mounta.n .t.n. ;N..\emi.er. Z!. I"h. j 3 "Oive me your other nand too 'back means I failed. I TIIUUAi ...
Aanooated I'rr. l in exlumtely 1 entitled creditedMi to are two haur5. MRs. 1I'\ l MltKUil$. 1 Rosie You're cold up here. And it'i myself so much but theNouldn't
all dixpatrhea
of new
BM!. a 1.r or revrvdiertlon Mt *)tb.r.U. reditert. In th.a paper and tax are satisfied: over its payment when "". :!. ..Sul'Ito*"'..;-.*.n..r. -. j,; JOE followed Rosalie quietly i isn't safe with the roof wet and have me. They wouldn t let me
*_ IK. >...! ..ewa. publi-hed. heretti I NOV. 22 i !o. running The long slippery t into their grand house. Aren't
they view the paved: streets, for which thetobacco THROUGH NOV. 26 the root nothing Doesn't that
stairs wore warm
| IX Tilt 1'INI'1IT 44 IHT OF THK I up -I'm safer here than anywhere you glad : your
II Mor.i.gg.npymoon .:I.t1'11 ... j to his trained legs but he was| heart I thought I was going to
Tear .._._.. tl.19 tax monei i is being spent. Jl lull's i1. 4'INI'c I I else"f I
Month In :V. T.-nbo | l\ 1\II beth soe\seol: 4 'll \T trying to think-to understand. sit on top .If the world and hereI
4 i .. )r..nika .:::::: ::: H: that reaction should not Ureakfa.,1 Ilub-ab i!I aT i1'F" OF FLURIIN. 1\ {'IlI- He felt he knew where to find I She said it without looking at all back home again. I got put
: Monthvtetkly .. -. ._ : However, t.15-Barnyard Foili m-ctn I 'tH' her. There was a semi-sheltered him. her ,.voice cold the lifeless into my placa. Decent peopledidn't
__ .._.._.._.._ ( ... ,.. band
_. .z: ':30-Th C'le"'andair.s-uba' I 1I-tHf1. of the! next but she gave him her other .
1 the
place> on want me.
lead the city commissioners or the county Bob Jiwpk" Huxyeii 4>....'d. Jr., I enfolded
i'oola Show-mt His big strong hands I
.till *:IITI''IM. HITP:.1 1Made "... on UIlI'l-; UTIUclat.lf. house. You could s.tIth your "Darlin'. decent people do want
10 00\-Fred Waring Show I Itlem He leaned
Known ..n plMtion commissioners to impose! any other taxes, Music For \ou-cbs -ntxj .. !'I! back against a chimney and lookdown completely you. We want you. We all want
Jknt lneite. Krrrara'iN.nar.lI I I against her a little and his voicewas
toward the As
My/ story 1> ..ma-abo river. You beiong to us. So you'renot
"HM U. MITII t: which burdensome than fen.lentO velvet soft. you.
All ,...1... ..-.II. .... .ani* of thank., resolution* are far more 10:30-Hour ol S raJ! _nbo MIIKa 4.K PI BI.I 'tT14 \' I dren he and Rosalie had sat there I going to say another cruel),
... I The Corifrejr Hut.r-cb. often when :-t too cold to sit "You knew I'd come after YOU"didn't
rap.-t. ol H arv noihpoetni.. etc.. will toe they have ever been. i! TO' I was I angry word because you'll nly!
Say It Witb :
t fear' iluj ic-mb Antoinette ...rraro <1>n..rd, other places outdoors. you'"
.. from 11:03; -Kay\: Kyser\: Show .. I be sorry.? ,
Consider a pack of cigarettes, for I -aboIt I I Chevnut : .....
The him. It She
wkkb. .. .. I1n. I thought stung was drew a long deep "I'm to what. I
a r..n" la' I.- I rivrd .11'' : .hls a :45-Serials! Ul: bra.)-cba Kane bank. going say feel.
... 0 II,.. n U au I.. i. I 1"rum .....01 vitrMEMBER ." ell'". intanc.'ere it not for the taxes on a ,. I Staten 1-land. New .r ;snowing now.. He darted up the I and shivered. "Yes. I knew. Joe Monahan!"
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.H.a of .pull.-.s. had aul.J.' t. tit .1.a al .r ; t 1uS llrr4h.M.h; r4ub.rM Ifo tap last flight to the roof but openedthe "You wanted to come, didn't If do.
ern.nlal'rru. .. ... .,., Lnr' I'' will. not IIII"-.h'& am.nymousn pack it would sell for 10 cents, instead: of I U:00-=W.lcom. Travelers-*b. Mar t.. the Hill <.>f "'..m Vla.. fur door slowly. It squeaked as you. Hosie'" me ell kiss you you The f
to I'll
= Kat. Smith Uall.Hourmba IAv.....> in the Htrletf Vauw more you try say more .
I ai>ove had. had
23 cents or 25. as some places are charg 1Z:3Vnrds and Lusle-obe. 1 on the with'sa" vf | eremlnr A I.. I it always They always "I knew you'd come." kiss the words away. It almost ,
i Bill Slater at Lunch-mb. : lash. othrrwise the allrg.tmn.. known someone was coming. I I sound like poetry, don't it?" '
ing. On each pack of cigarettes the tax is 1:00-Music Halt) Hour-tita ] therein will he taken. an rontrasrd I I stOW( seemed thicker up there } swung round suddenly "I don't want poetry. I want [f

13 cents and cigar buys for i 1U-U..pp" Cane-tub* !I Thin order to he nuhllhed, ....... a } : it had down: on the street SHE "Why can't let reality." I
one they
every a j Meek for four rwuHerulive week- in :'! i stood, butvouldnt see her.lie : I ,
I 2 CO-Doubl or SOlhin-lIbo I I The Key \%>i-t CitUen. a ne... er I I called me alone? Why mint they run "Rosie. don't you know it is |
1948 dime, aside from the federal taxes on it, I Queue Breakfast for to a Daymt.2:30serial. UolI"woo4-.bo. I pul>li"hrd in Key Wt..t. Kl'iridaINHIC Stw i I softly. I and shout I've come back? Don't I going to be all Tight now'" ,

one pays a tax of two cents. fir J', tor*.-nb /. .aid irdered. this 32nd d,iv I I "Rosie. have a right to come and the "Let me alone and stop calling [
I Bride and Uroora-aba ft November It IS41 I II I I It was his pet name tor her his same as everybody else? 10j me Rosie. It is a childish name :
There i is no chance now whatever to j Tbe Hop Cheat-mb. ,! RosS (' 11\\\ '' .:ii. name when they were children want to be let alone." and I'm not a child now." :
flerk' of the Circuit f I i I
realize the "necessity" of the late Vice I 00-T-3dIes. B* Seated-aba of :Monr.... .'.."nt'. Florida urt Curly and Rosie. It was before "EI;erybody loves you" Rosie." He dropped his arms and '
Red Benson" a>how-nibs I 11,. Kathleen NnttaictIHpktt I her teachers in high school hid: She yanked her hands away. "I grinned. "Yes. Rosalie my love."
President Marshall's statement of 30 years IIO-TII.: Uzark Valley House Folks Party-ch.. flerk I taught her that Rosalie was a don't want to be loved. 1 want to "I'm not your love. I left you
I -nib THOMAS S. t*.\Hu. beautiful but Rosie flat and dashed off to
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST needs 4:CO-Hint/ Hunt cb. S,.lM-it" I name was be let alone. That means you", too. marry i
ago : "What this country i is a good CJuU- "r l +r the Plaintiff
= her I didn't succeed but I let i
common. Now calling to in
Second Honeymoon' -aba I n..\.Jl.aa.d l ;-14.1"M' What did you follow me up here money.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN five-cent cigar." I 30-Winner Take All; cbs 11\I If I I the snow-stabbed darkness he for?" them buy me off with five thou- i

I :00-Treasury Band.,-cba" THK: 4 IHI I .'r "'4II "'r OF TII t:I, wanted his: commonness to touch He put an arm about her. "I sand dollars and a plane trip I II
For 60 years or more. Key'e t hada .Kdlie Hour (..Ut repeats 1 hr. V 1I.t\: K\,'fli Jl 1114 Ml. .4IHCIIT .i hers. He wanted her to know it knew you'd be waiting for me." I back. They didn't rate me very
'a:t:')-aba and mb. I 01' Tilt STTK Ot' ...>HIU%. was the man she had tossed lightly i high did they I didn't even
I L Mart: Hoteli and Apartments. good nickle cigar. Indeed some old- 1% ,M, > .OH <44, >\Ht K 40lTt.l "Certainly you did Since I had see I
: :. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. I -- \ II tl.llt.. aside to go marry rich. He dared to come back to your private Wayne. He would be disinherited
; timers. in Key West recall when one could 4 ._ >.. II-4IIH. didn want to frighten her. neIghborhood. I would haveto if he married the likes of me. Nice
t > Atrparta-Land and Sea. buy two dear Havana smokers for NETWORK PROGRAMS, n '.:1-:RT V XUNTSiHKTM "Rosie It's Curly." wait for you and crawl and tell story isn't it?"' ,
t Consolidation of County and a : v.a..tntit There was no answer yet heView you everything that happened and I "I didn't hear a word you're '
T..o i. eastern.lasdardn rorc.e.trat vas IIONI'F
I City Governments. nickle. I standard subtrat .no hour termwnlain : UK \U\-TZ. i she was, there. He went what everyone sales I must explain saying Rosalie Let's go down and"

ft. Community Auditoiium.MONOr.UAIMI standard "trut two !> But those days are gone forever as I 110..... Same local stalews ihasge' >KH 111' HI HI.14 'TIONT She was sitting as they had always you gloat over me." I "Go ahead and eat. Who's stop

-- are the days, when a tiptop meal could be I Last hour, minute of relay program t. fIt local Ihangta u"ellul.can. I. 110 Ease tty .Lou' .\riits. sat, flat on the roof her She finished with a choke and .ping you?" I
not be ''''''ulled. Maine. Mick against the chimney heeyes r tried to stand up. He held her She started away from him and
bought for a quarter. Time has marched You are h.rbbs l required' to ap- staring out toward the river firmly. he caught her arm. She jerked t

on a great deal since those days and whileit I n-ar to the 1'ili for lix..r., fileilaKainnl She didn't move as he sat down "1 don't want any of that Rosie. away and started to run. Her foot j
() TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2} you in the alssr.. Mile has been marching taxes have continuedto cause on or Iwfor, th< soh da. > ".fl his.. It cold and trembling. "Of I
I"*.... lM--einl.er .\. l I.. 151'1 ..iberwi. e the was course you are. Coming (T* be cea aaed). i
Dear Voter : and higher. We know ( 00-Vew* Report IS Min.- b I alleicaUonK ,.. ntalne l therein: will I .
pile up higher I : > > -- -- ---- --- ----- ------- -- -- !
Newscast Every; Day-cbs I Ixtaken. .s unfenxttl
)Politically, Kr,-y'e:t has its National there's no end to time, and it seems there I Network; Silent Hour-aboeMtKidJ.es lone and /wdered at Ke> \>'etFlorida News Notes 1 hours. Thti society, long tImecamp.ugncl'
Hour Crepeat)_ >c..est thin 'nth la> of November; British Seek !
and Donkeys.
t 1 KithantH: | its will be no end to increasing taxation.City Network Silent (II br.)-mbieaitKiddie A. II. 14*. for a smoke abatement -
I I Hour (repeat)-mbaf -...t (Cinuit "'..un It.."+ 1' lawyer. likt, that used St.
that the ballot is secretor plan in
It i in a KIN.tl l thing In Brief
and county authorities should :IS-Sports. Mus'q! Tim.rebtun ) seal> .'I..rk..1 1-ir.'u.t fourtl '
there would lie lIme t'mharal..t'd II and Thanksgivingcbe1:45Newscast :) : dullnnr. ,', Lungworth.Lwputy Smog Relief : Louis:: Mo.. tiiii.iteii smoke and
know that as has happened in many a by Three-nboLowell 4'lerk Glass snakes are really legless I|: smog Uamagtm Britain costs at
individual.i i Thomas (repeat ID-cbl \\illlani/ V A1l>ur>. /: least -100.000.001))
place realty values can be taxed out of a year
7.00-Supper Club-Bbc-bula I Atttrnvy for flaintiff -OOOIoO-I-Pl-Th.( \ "cht't'rfuli|
TilE ORACLE The Ueulab! Sldt-cha nov.-J-30.rM': <.
existence. Even now a "buy" may look New and Commentary-ab open fire" which Britons worship i
good till one learns what the city and Fulton Lewis. Jr.mbs7:15News f Tn .li IIOt4, IT M "X 111\I'IItk : Soviet is a modification of a is wilting both the nation iIllNWORMMYSTERY
I and Comment-obo \ TM K UI't\TF\TIok: TO ,......\ Russian word meaning councIl. housewives and its choice orchids I 1
taxes that Jack Sm.th Show-cb* toill" %1IO\ Or' Pl.1'
county are on particular piece Daisy: Commentary-ab. : the National Smoke Abate- ,
Notice i ihertiy' that
of property. Dinner Dalrob.7:3DSmoothle. George: X.I1".n and I'uroltn. L Ancient Rome had 14 aque- ment Siciety reports. The society ,
Trio-nb* Allison intend. to make apt. >li<.ati..nI ducts which 300 million says for instance, that the smoking j| PinWorm have been causing trouble for
tub Crosby ClubcbsMusts '. brought in -
I to lb.Hard of < > I'oinmii
r : A director research for a large organization I ass.I Relaxln' Time-ab' 1 j| MoBero of Monn.e <%>u.niv untFiorula. gallons of water a day.When | chimneys of Manchestermake ,I centuries desperately and caught million a way of ta deal TicUmt: with kaMI the
Rackets will flourish Commentmba7:45Ness .
there i
long .
so as .t its .regular mertog .n I..m..r : housewives toil an hour !! went that lira in..de the kuuBU bad*.
retail stores has said that effort Comment-nbo 14 I.41. for the adoption ..t a r..*<>- '
gullible individuals. longer over their tubs Sonic bu at but solved the *n>biea!
: are As the late News roadcast-cb. iMtion l>\ said |! isspreads
pacts Comment-nib* ,'.nmix'; if Btrx.. tatatinn the nlat of from the United wash day than do the wives::. at H ia now also known that Pin-Worm real-
to Europe
will be made to Mill further lower the Phineas T. Barnum was wont to of j fection rapidly and can eaoae
say 9 03-Tins I Is V Lift nb that
u- HulMli\i; "i<>n Imated in Monroe .! ""
: Mystery Theater Flay-<.b. States it was used as a narcotic. I nearby Harrogate the spa of I I dutnac if _Wct.ecI. & beware
purr costs of retail business. )In some parts! suckers. "There's one born every minute." loath ..sk* Go".rnmeot-ab. County.. f>.|l.>K Florida n: know and IIn"'a. northern England. ;, ,affrmva.tina oar aratc "rectal: for itch JATNt'S, and act f-W fa>at U -t

elf the roadside stores which tied Hanlou bo.-m" TIIK I'l.XK SI'lini\s lox .iKKH S.i i' bet swe of: Fin-Worwia ...W atnwtiwnt a......
can World II
country During the U. One of last winters
.:15-News Broadcast-aba > I,AI;<>!.. MOMUth.; 4'< >I.N-;; smogs I b .ulmd band. oa aaW .
be dirt-rated cheaply, are opening up. And YOUR CHANCE OF FIRE LOSS ':30-Dat* with Judjr-Bboi.r I T\ H.V. a .ut"lilisiot, in MIH- Navy for the first time had more.installed made all the orchids and orchidbuds .pp..s drug p.iple. 'The essy' "I
; and Mrs. North-cb* .l Lot Nn. 14'* larbf 1:' & diesel than steam famed Kew Gardens I I f>- tablet act in a peeial way to
that, he went on, .may be the first indication ___ ____ 1 Amer ca'a Town ileeting-ab. MV. vf IL It. s e.', 1 T "1 S. I: power 1 J in I P.wormm. easily and .teb.
I Detective Drama-mb. 14. K. XH! PUt of .h.. ft.\X\ power. i[drop off within twenty-four ]j If.try to remeoiber f-W for.i.-

t of a new form of competition for This year according to the presidentof ':SS-Hy Gardner Says mb. ...t.U 11\.SU\l; luring; rer.rded. -- --- ---_..-- -- __.____H__ .
j in PUt Huuk I. Page ad;. ..f thei'uAlk r
00 Bob! Hop Show-nbc
: -
large. retailing establishments." the National Board of the !National: Fire tte the People. Guest-cb. K..n>rds ..f ).l..nrf..un- '

.- "" The interesting thing about that is the Underwriters, fire will enter one out of :15-Xe.Uabriel. Heatter.Broadcast Comment-robs -mts J It TAe. !Florida urp.. ....... ..f ihe "a. -)
aM Plat l > return the "
prnpenynvere.1 / .
light the situation 8-30-Fibber and :MollT-nbaLife .. ... i
it casts competitive 100 ,
on every American homes.. In those w;ih Luiglcb.Xe..s .. therebt Into. j.<.reaveluted / 0ii I -----= -- ___ : \'. .. )'

fix merchandising. And it shows as well homes it will kill thousands ?! people at Lone \\o.f Commentbc: Drama-rot* i it Is". thin lath: day f NovemlHr.JK -ftb ; ..7F :--.' (/ I ,
\ flR'n: V .\I..I"n-:; and ,
2&W possible it is for any kind of tore to least 2,100 of them children. :And it will :45-Detroit! Symphony-ab* o'\lt"I.\'X !.. .\LLI'S..twn..r". '

Jrltn. anything approaching a monopoly. leave a ghastly toll of ruin and waste 10 9..00 SS--B News:K Town for &Drama Minutes--ubo rubs n..v IC2x,1.41.11'114 1 q ((0":: \ ; :; ) h J

the when chain I ll.t tn* JackpotcbgAmerican
1 1n! days stores taxes were behind it. Forum-rob* \ K 10 4 Hr.DITOIIXI1M1 : .. ,

bring advocated the argument was that If happen to be of the 10:30-Peop.e: Are F"nny-nb. Probat.il. xx-v IM. 1e.l Il JEV7'Y8aDY$ ,
you one lucky )l. Amsterdam bhow- b* \ 1" ": 4411 HT 4>F Tilt 4'Ol \TJl \' .j \ \ '
miry were necessary to keep the indepen- ones whose home fire Let Freedom: Ring-abe IM.K. VOMIOK 4 01 MX. I .
escapes you may l-LOHIIIIi. > (
Orchestra-mb |\ M"" 'Tt: t.

eTirpi I from unsqueezed i out of business. think it's no problem of yours. You'll be 10:45-Strine Serenadeaba11:00News. In Man re:XXtlliam KMate of Nmilh Hamilton al.., 'kirj 7WAiVKFUZ \ \:

I'rileral: tax of this.nature came within dead wrong. The burden of paying tor News; and Variety.Dance J Band brs.-cb.-abc: I ...m."m.. .. .known.. .a* \4arXX illiamHamilton 1::: : i\ :- \ -
and "I- w.ineluiiev known :
News. Dane Band t bra.-rob*
rxt of becoming law. But it was beaten fire falls on all of us. A fire which destroysa 11:15-News & Variety/ to 1-nbo a. Mary \\'. h Halgtllnb'I.-.s'ueml. ,- -- ",-' $ FOR AMERICA'S \! jf j\\ -:
T.11 -.and: the independents( kept( on doing great forest: or a producing factory 12:00-Dancin: Continued-abc-weit mn Claims or I..man..inc' 1'' fW ,. ) :
said Kstat. ,::;;; \. FINEST BUS SERVICE"/t4.
j'E.tp.a 1! "ail at the same old stand, and they makes every American poorer in loss of \.u and ..a..Ja ofou art herebtnntifie \\1 ::r-_\-:.._-...\
.- 7I': :::'- I ... :!-J
I :
Your and required t | re--enl ant'aims ; 0 "' : \
ffte better off than c.er.I taxes, jobs purchasing power and national Horoscope I <'? .r demands whiih vou, or i ; :' \" -:i
;;-- I either ..I \" u. mat ha.aln.t thestate .. : ; 'Idj\ ;ir"7 .(
In retailing there is 'r; ))
always room at resources. Fire is the enemy of employment TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23 of )lacy| William Smith Hamilton '' : ''I l. c.-r JiJ I!
__ )
HIM bottom for the 19-13-Today' mind .1 i .ilso) vometimev known a.* 'f":1; ( _" __r- )
s t
operator to gain and > to intuitive
( production
a high standard of MarXX illiam Hamilton. and also
f'M.thuld-and there's II gated with keen insight yet I sometimes .Known .v M.irXX hI e.\ ?::: ? I
M plenty of living for the .
room. people. Hamilton d. j
liable to occupy itself in pursuits I! rea e.1 late of.aid : ? )' .
\ /
"r- \
HM*. in the middle and at the top for the, Every American as a result has a i 1 I that are unprofitable. or perhaps i i M..unly.nr.s. CountKlorilj to A I'ountl ,Jude al h.-.ni /1 '-. I \ .l

liNin who i is willing to work has the neces- direct and personal interest in fire lacking in application: It is ..iniin. at the Key...XXeM.ur. h.u-e Homli....f1'oualy within -.101. I -J; )> .1r fc,1J'i

:;yy'rxperience and adequate financing. tion. His life tunate that there is a spirit of right alendar monthIi"in th .
and his home and his _
preven-I I contentment and natural simpli- Olin'of the ,.r"t'publi""n; ,,t :hinoti. (\ :.I/

::::11..nu\\.. how to offer the public goods are at stake. And so, going beyond cIty. for it will help to render I ilw In. e cruise Earh f-laim and: .or shaft dementAnD:: ', 'h, ; ..

uul services which meet wit hits upal. personal considerations, i is the economic of the any life disappointment more happy under stre SSiplan i of..I re"thelnm.ini iden. <... an.1 l i>.."-i.:,: .-h.ffiaddrev O j J

11 tJJ\' I. health and prosperity of the communityand I !"- sworn, I.. Al. the .liim.nl, t ..K.. I' 6 tb
Inittorn. ,
"r "v. and :mx '" h :nor
Retailing ha* done a fine job in cutting the country. The billions that go up in Use of camels in the U. S. des- \0ld', demand! not *0 it..1hall >>< w "

its costs of doing business and it is al- ert regions of the Southwest wtried as .
smoke and flame are lost forever and -.1)) \ul.r.l II II .nil "
so but abandoned in the mid- 1- a"lllln.-.r'1 SO h.. F-t..t." ,n
ua>,:_ looking for ways and means to do a are the lives of those, who are burned to dieof the jfct <'f'notllt'y. largely I I II .1.1.j

better job) Mill. The consumer gets the death. I I btiaUM. horses and mules atamI I 1l. .j
I I lot''led at the .jI
1tlnfi&-t"it: in lower prices, or in the Soon we will be in a new year It can i i..uncb 1 Mtht o: smell of j* Ill"" ... ,." .J 1

prevention of price increases that would be a year in which loss of life and property 1- "'" ; :

thfTwij.e occur. And that's one way to by fire is cut {\0 a fraction of past total.s., Or I ---I Over

.rot(>(American 1 living .standards. here we seem to have
it can be a year in which because of our

carelessness and indifference destruction j II the most of the good things of

THE TWO-TERM LIMIT rages on. It is up to us to make the choice. I I life safe warm and well)) fed.There's .

another thing too we can P

In 1UI7. Congress approved an A racket is an operation that brings; j ''ustom Dutti I I 'e--- smile about-our great freedom and ease of travel. Greyhound

amendment which would limit a 1'reMdent an individual more money than his services I transportation, for example is just as popular and generally

to two terms in office but made a specialexception \ 1 or his products are worth to the 001unily. enjoyed as a Thanksgiving turkey. It lets us \ _

that will permit Mr. Truman trim o ; } I EIAN=BtIN S go -0
I everywhere over myriad routes when bu
we choose
again in Ij2!);) if he decides to do so. I ___ II (.i0
79 through frequent day and schedules '
The amendment we informed /' '
are bya APPLIES TO KEY WEST _';: __ I N'

newt-paper' di-spatch. has been ratified bytwentyone I and at lower cost than any other form of \.\
-- NOW AVAILABLE I If ir-" l
I'' .
states Before it !becomes effective A community., like an individual ''...de e'.rt OifaraTSlala. haler a .b-t. J travel. We can well afford little. thankfulness 1 Ir W i .-" ......-- '
jrits t'1IIII.I 'ill1/V
at least fifteen other states must rich: by selling mere than he l buys. I II | tns ..ynthe4l finUbed..with.....L...-....k- I I for this old transportation favorite (j;i )';;JiIl.O"-IJ''

ratify the amendment before 1951. Apparently If .the reader will consider Key West Also ALUMINUMBLINDS GREYHOUND-tahat gives us always f 'J (f .' t::! .
I fij
there will .be little difficulty i iKitting in : as a unit the fact remains that to become .Availably(t I"I" more of the best in travel. I'' f Y
the Free E.timates-OaU tS2 I
necessary number of state richer it
muM export that is, sell more PROMPT: DELIVERY I ....s-"' .' I
\\e have no particular aversion to theam..rulment. I' than it imports I .. f4rq'nd /
or buys, from other I
parts ...., ..-
'but we seriously: l doubt the I of the world. I '

wisdom of attempting to put into thebasic For that I L Zup e
reason when one spends JffW i- 1, s 7dgctlresz
law of the land a custom whuh hasbeen I : :1 fat"
money at home the tendency is for a larger w a cuyldu.5d 'cesy
violated only once in the history of
proportion of the -
sale !
price to remain 909
the country. Certainly, if the majority) of I local hands. This assists in the ultimate enrichment PHONE 682 i --1' g

the people of the t'nited States want a of the entire community. Money 511 Suiithuril Strrot IMioiu- 2 12GO

man to have more than two terms in the tent out of town seldom
comes back. It I
I"rPtoldc..c, then hotiUl be no legal bar should\ not be 1
so spent "unless theft '
lift t.. potent it I is not BY
mi alternative.! i / GREYHOUNDt


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SNOWSTORM IT MINNEAPOLISAI' "III'UI"'nml1mmn aaaaa.a. aa aa a

...- -.- N.C.C.S. j, CLASSIFIED ADS I

1l e 1021 DUT I Street j


PUOGRAIoUllHltlllllnnnuroiln'lIUIIIIIUlIIlrmlnMII"11IIIP '_ Information for the Advertisers

HLAlKrtrK Tl PBAdrrMrBat "Ylfteat for rlAMifled ad*..rtl-
MONDAY meat U I..ari.blp in .....n...*, Out
aMer this head
regular adrrtiiwra
7 30 P M.--Spanish Class.TUESDAY will b. Inverted In The Citizen at <."..t. "..p loa.. their with redder mdvertlemem ae-
the rate of te a word for each Inrrtion. rharRrd.rt .
tut the mlaimum chare f..r HI.U'ATIOt KAItLI\K I
10:00 A M.--Bowling, for Uavy : the first It word er HH U c.Tho To '...llr. f.bll..*'..... c..i.) ...."t
rate for hlnrkfM Ie 3e .
: t>pr a K '* The CUbeD
sr Wives U. S. rn.-e before II
at Sub i word, and the minimum charge for vrlock in the morning of the day
Base Bowling Alleys. ;; Ihe'ftm IS word IB Ue vf publication.

r x 7 30 P M.-Hospital Party (%nd. '.

All 'vertl.ln. U accepted under the following condition.
: I" the
WEDNESDAY : vent cf error I* advertising. transient or contract. The
r.cpoi ibl. .,nlv for the first l* TUon In ru_ .. will he I
12 30 P M.-Httipital Fishing Trip "*" ""l and to
.*..,lay fdeemOer for only thelal amount .,7,"" .'" ...,'.u!"fi by tea
2:00 P.M. Wives Club.
part of the ttivertiseim-Bt where the error onar.
7 IK PM-Juke flox Dance, - - - -.- - -
- - - . . .

1 00 P :\f-Sewing Machines i iBillards. FURNITURE

ShoxverS. 1938 Packard -6". foUl-door aoe
4 e FRIDAY ) For Sale Cheap-Ch.ms. beds. dan. Good tU' 'S, radio and

2.00 P.\I.-Pr -natal Class. j tables, vanities, floor lumps, heater. Can be seen at TonyW
9 00 P.M IXinoe Orchestra. rugs. trie. Come out and makeus Auto Body Shop 603-605

SATURDAY 4 an offer. Tel. 1360. Casa: Greene Street nov2 -6t

2.00 P.M.-Boxing Training. i Marina HQt 1. nov22-3t -

SUNDAY 1941 Ford convertible club
9.30 A.M.-Communion Break- Two stationary wash tubs, complete Radio and heatei. Top endPaint

fast (monthly) with base and faucets. I two weeks cld. Inquire

1:00 P M. Picnic sign up). 1401 Petronia. nov22-3t Tony's Auto Body
Shop, 603-
: 605 Greene Streetnov20St
Fat 1- ,,0019 pei cent water.
Furniture fur
three looms including -

4r Westinghouse console 1938 Chevrolet.
i Recently motor
i- radio and love bird 39-2 4 overhaul. Newly repaintsd

Pomciana. nov23-3tx $450. Call 1207
.t' .. William Su

LOTS : 1949 Nash "6", four-door
STUDENTS AT ST. CLOUD. MINN buffeted by the wind. sedaa.
A-l condition.
trudge merrily through the season's first snowstorm which T House and lot. 1125 Pucker St.! 102-D Poinciana.$645.00.pply nov20-5tx

dumped up ti 20 inches of snow in parts of Minnesota Friday Phone 476. nov20-3tx

*ni Saturday. Heavy snow was reported throughout Urge sec i; 1340
tions cf the country over the weekend.DEMOCRAT FOR SALE-HOUSES tudor ??dan.
| Make offer. See Charles M.

I Smith, 419 William Sjreet.after .
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uue&t house. 2 blocks hum new
.. no223t'H
111D1llllniIllIIUllllnt !. i 1'UtliilnlliUNlcl beach. 3 bedrooms 3 baths:I _

apartment for owner. completely -
7Ii it's Dtring ; (furnished electric kitchen.1 37 Pontiac 8. good mechanics

bhape. repainted, reupholsteied.Pi .
at the Good income. Must be sold
ill once. Real saciifice.: Term-i. ice. $550. SOl Eton Stn- t..
By ownei. Box RA.W., c/o nov22-6tx

Y.JI.C.A. Oiti/.-n nov 1a-t f I

Jackson Square. Whiteheadand 4 1 1943 Studebaker Champion. ;4-

A Southard Streets FOR 'SALE REAL Ut-'TE. .j dooi. Equipped. $1850. AlI
f +..1II11I1I1Io..III.IIIUI.:II.tllllmlll\mlUIIIUIIlmntlll' -condition. 107-C Pomciapa
Fe -
It Ext. nov23-2tk
MONDAY: MAYO R sir Stock Island. over 400 ft. ocwnfron.t. .
George Ail- ,
t V.OO KM.-Juke Box dance.: seen Lonuon's new lord wafer Bargain. Mast be sold ::

Truth or Consequences wears costume of his oflQce at A at once. Mr. Kitty. ell Citi.- 1941 Lincoln Zephyr; 4-dooi sa-

Quiz Show." procession: in his honor. zen. nov 1 S-tf dan. Custom interior. Maybeseen

TUESDAY; at 1700 Flaglwr after 5J

7 30 P M.-Shuffle board ses- '. GARDEN AND LAWN ,> FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS nov2325274lxFOR
sirs on the patio. SUPPLIES '
9:00 P.M Theatre Group meets. Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee SAL&-BOATS '-

WEDNESDAY. Tame Capuchins monkey. Very:i shop bar. nov2-25t AND MOTORS
1:00 PM.-Hospital Fishing trip. tare specimen. Stays tame i i

8:00 P M.- Dane Class
ners.) Supply Co.. 914 Fleming St. AND ROOMS C. R. Smith, opposite Firestone
9.00 P M "Ye Ole
r Ttl. 1019. nO'lZHf Station Marathon. novl-lmo

Party". ; -The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming

(Square Keels Dancin'. Vir- : HELP WANTEDFEMALESales ,I Street, has an efficiency apt I|I Mercury outboard motor. 10 h.p.
THURSDAY ginia I 1 and several sleeping rooms va- i excelfent condition. $180. 3061i

Leslie L. : ladies: Pei mantm and tem-I'j cant. Low weekly or monthly I tTdiiisAvenue. Phone 827J.i :
3.00 P M. Photo Class.
Kifllr. Democrat and native of j i porary with some selling !I rates. nov 1-if i i' nov23-4tx
9:30 P.M.-Dam.
1S4nd,illrrk .1I lbr secret ; perience. Local resident speaking .
try ut new t.> Sriutf. FRIDAY: '
Spanish preferable but FOR RENT-ROOMS
12' V-bo.ttom skiff. All
8:15; P.1\I.--fo\'ies. Bridge Par- copper-
Apply 1-3 p.m., Pol- i
ties. livettd *,ams. 1217 Petronia

VAd,.. 'SATURDAY: locks Quality Jewelers 508'Duxal Clean, comfortable rooms. Reasonable Street.. nov23-4tx
1 Street. nov20-3t!I 513
rates. Whitehead
8:15 P.M.-Movies. i "I ,
10:15; P.M Second show i! opposite Court House.
feature). Experienced: dres, maker capable!!! no\20-3tx
of fine detail woi k. Full time i
SUNDAY: Whitelnam"l. $2.75. Outside
: work. No alterations. Phone'
i 9:45 A.M.J'a Club. |I white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per
2-00 P.M.-Classic Hour. i 1 1366-W for interview. j i I gallon. up. 50ft.ti" garden
9.00 P.M. Fellowsliip Hour. !l nox-23-3tx 2!2.-room apartment.
t ., hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co., 646
Utilities furnished. $25.00 week-
Coffee and doujh-: ., I Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf
huts.: BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES i:i ly. Sea Isle Apal tments. 915

Windsor Lane. novSlfFurnished
Books Books Dock Bundles of old newspapers at 1-
TODAY E. iif., t ORt' I
cent each bundle. Inquire at
Art Supplies Art Supplies apartment 3 rooms and
(Know America) i i1H32 Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eator'nov2tuesthurssatl '' bath. Maid and janitor services The Citizen Office. nov20-tf

-First trial run of Mat- ': mox linens and utilities fur r

thia> W. Baldwin's historic first nibhed. Summer rates. Coral Baby carriage $9.00. Good 4-oA-
;; STORAGE : Hotel Post dition. 1312 Virginia.
a 4 locomotiVL'-some 23 miles in' I Apai tments opposite
Philadelphia Office. nov9-26tx nov20-3tx

lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture
lI:3RglOnin of the presentPatent I
Ollice system. |I or commercial. Phone 798. Furnished apartment Electric Tricycle; very good condition. B>g
i nov 1-tf II kitchen. Children welcomed. enough for 6-year-old Phone
1/;-William Crompton of ,
Reasonable rates per day or 490-R. 928 Division.
faun ton. Masx anted famous
: I l i FOR SALE OR LEASE. season. 909 Elizabeth Street. no22-J t
wont patent tin cloth weaving. I, nov20-tf
187.Delegates: from 31 States
Desirable corner lot for sale or I 'Kt'vVe>ot coconut braid hits.
and Territories meet in
convention long-term Ic stt100 x 150.1 Efficiency apaitirvnt. couple. Seminole Indian skirts. Cook
m St Louis to take action
Suitable for hotel or a 20.00 weekly. Utilities in- Book and its herbs and seasonings
upon the construction of the ,
': ments. One block from beach. cluded. Call 1021-J. ; at the Marshall Studio
Soulhfi n Pacific Railroad.
For particulars write Box 466.I nov20-4tx Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also
1918-Gen. Per&hing reports
novlltfMISCELLANEOUS limelade. garlic olives coct.ntrti
total casualties of American Expeditionary I
Forces total 236- I II Furnished ttvo-bedrouin apart candy and turtle soup.
ment. Electric kitchen. Hot no\23-25-27-3tx
117 dead and
: 36,000 180.001
A T WORK AnneGarner.
Peggy water. Tile bathroom. Fiiit
wounded . .
16-\tar-od movie ac- 1.I2J-The Towner Picture framing, pictures framed I and last month in advance. FOR SALE-TRAILERS
Sheppard -
trrt. learns housekeeping by and matted. DiNegro's, 614
Apply 807 Whitehead Street.
Act in effect: Government research i
scrubbing Ihr kitchen floor j
of I Francis. Phone 1197:11.i : nov22-3tx 1947 house trailer.Mastic Tu/er
her llollvuoml hoinr. Her mother into mtantand ma- '
nov9-19tx Pack United Street. Used
ale .
u leaching her to cook. ternity.
19 President Hoover wires LOST only one year. Equipped "'1th
appeal to governors of country to Electrify ;your old sewing ma I all modeln conveniences. Owner

News Noles assist unemployment-taken as chine. Phone 1164-M. i ino.1512t I Eyeglass on Petronia St. Reward leaving town. nov22-2t.x

!j the beginning the depression. I Ii I if leturned to 1225 Pl'I -

Every Iii St.l'.nL;. a factory I 1942 U. S. Senate shelves the tronia.; nov23 U 1947 house liailei Bottle gas.
tax bill. i CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St..I ('Jet-trie bidktSJulfstrcani
worker in the United States is in- anti-poll
juml.Acridents. I 1944-U. S. planes based on I re-opened. A variety of new WANTED TO BUY T: alil'! Park nov23-3tx

the Mariannas tr-mb Tokyo 1500 1 gift items and fabrics for slipcovers -, -_ .

miles away. [ and draperies. Opens Second hand Spmnc-t 01 sm.ill 27 (t 1945; American trailer S900.Completei .

that cripple or kill 1943-Midnight ends rationing i! daily; 10 to 12 and 1 to 5 j piano. Cash Phone 259J. > tur shed Call
occur on the average once every nov7-tf nov23-6tx.
of meat butter. etc.1946Secretary nov23-ni- 790 Ex 247
; :
tour minutes in U. S. factories. _
of Interior ._.L_ ___
1 Krug warns governors to begin I LOST AND FOUND

Wages tact annually by factory rigid coal conservation.It i i

we.km due to accidents would I ----- F >und-A place to punhas1n<": For QlllLIT1FLOORS l(s

buy a years supply of fond and is safe to keep canned food 'I hiiu.seto.it blouses, skirts. un- ,

cMhing and pay the rent for ayear |'m the can it comes in. if it is i I derweai. hi.I'.-. etc.. at lz price.

for nearly l.dOii.OOJ people. kept cool and covered says the '! Mai Ed Drew Shop. Duval Stno203t.:j Inlaid Linoleum

U. S. f Agriculture
Department "
Blast furnace producing pig -- _.-- Kentile
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iron and ferro-ail used 200 i

million tons of air last year. I i r[ How Is Your 'Vocabulary' ? I Asphalt Tile

About 41.- Ions of air are used

in production of a ton of pig [ 1 Aeir Colon and Patterns for Erery Roomin

Iron. : TUNE IN W.K.W.F. I the House

Shipments of supplies to and '! At 6:45 Tonight SINK COVERING ()('It SPECIALTY

products from the steel industry I
uncounted last for 12 FREE ESTIMATES 1IC
year percent
of the country's freight bill. I! t See If You Can .

i Key West Floor Covering Co.

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Dr. Al; lrs.i Calendar Of The Weather Maida Lazarovici; ; Writes The Citizen I C

SOCIETY NEWS i C. W. JohnsonArrive Coming Events FORECAST About Presentation Of Blithe 51'1'I; ; I I TODAY'SBIRTHDAY

Bf NINA LESLIE GULEY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23- Key West and Vicinity: Partly Maida Lazarovici has sent the !standard of success and profit I I

The Citizen OfficeSlRcsldence629XJ I Annual Baby Show sponsored I cloudy arid continued warm. following! letter to The (.:Itl,' n they: coos-rl for a. long a time !I

IHmiifc'( Dr. C. W. Johnson of Law ton by St. Paul's. 4:00: P.M., St. ,' Moderate southeasterly wand;: regarding: th presentation ..( and th.-t t also fhev will ronsideij I II Br (,T> Ncwsfearures r

Michigan, accompanied by Mrs. Paul's Parish Hall. I I j Nod C *jr .lIlInmmIlIllIlIlIlUIlIlNIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUH.. / I thru WedMftday. West. Little tht-aln throughout the I
Johnson arrived last Friday to by Poinciana P.-T. A. I Florida: Cloudy with occasional Tim is to thank you for the country who/ wish to give their ARTHUR (HARPO) MARX.
Major lateral; And Mrs. Shcdd Arrive spend the winter at their home 8:00: P.M. Elks Club Annex'J : rain north portion thru Wedj i j correction in Mondays issue of I communities the l test by enpap: I born Nov 23. 1893. in New York

1119 Washington Street "The Citizciy" regarding! the er- ]I ing! a professional director (usually .
Fashions and. Talent ncsday. Party cloudy south poi : I son <.t t a t"llo.'fhe mute rnemb
To Spend/ TViYfii/Mgiuifirr; With Patterson The Johnsons have been corning Navy Wives Club No. 88. Hus- ">r of j ,>n'vOIb article that I the only member paid) to .
tion. Cooler in extreme north : t of t the] fimor; Marx! Broth
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Ii' ; to Ky Wes for the past -12 band-and-wife potluck din- I did not ace, which attributed the take the r''SJ''o ntllltty.pro:: b I I

,family i ; .11,..... C. 1:. Oakley Makes Visit years and are well known and ncr 6:00: p. m.. NCCS. i j,[ portion Jacksonville tonight through and Wednesday.>Florida i! direction: ol Nm'l Coward's: : play of tht, 1 would t greatly appreci r j e i i UMtiu.r
| ; tram
very popular here,. having a large WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2i !1 Straits Moorratef'outhea.t "Blithe Spirit" to, Mr. Guy,Carlton at: it if I might take this opportunity .H tual\\
Major-General and Jllrs. W. E. circle of friends. : : : of the Key \\(. ijaruloiu. -
marriage Miss! Lucille Pattt'tson.1 I j pfa'lY Wives Club. N$. 88. Social i|I winds thru Wednesdays in south I II I 1 Alter
Dr. stated
Sbevitt will arrive today in Key Mrs. Oakley has not Johnson That he has I :meeting. 200' p. m. St. Mary's :I and moderate south tO southwest was one of the eicht or nine productions that is 6r.tortunat'Iy being: givenby I L
noticed with much approval the : tnt I aircttcd and word to the effect that I wa..1 fired five times
West supervised .
Wr.$ Jo "I tKtd l tlw ThanksgivingIn4iar3 / for the past twenty years : Parish Hall. 1 1i !I! winds in central portions. .Moderate I- !
improvements that have fur the "tJirreil down" by the little theatre as a pianist insaloons.
this being her first visit in all i I many i spon.'oOrt'd' Navy to' group among -
Bingo ; south winds shifting ;
> with Mrs. Shedd's Ms- that time. taken place.Ioc Uy'sinre.tast winter ,'Wives I which I am happy:' t6 recall ".\1'- in Sarasota. It never sought Arthur
I. Club 7o. 88. 8 m.
ten. Miis Etta Patterson and The girlhood friends ol Mrs. and'added, that' President South Beach 'Restaurant.Public p- north in' extreme. north portions senic and OH Lat.-." "Claudia. the position of director. I merely<< adopted his

Mr' Harry A. Pi lrallt". at the Oakley will be delighted! to St't'her Truman has't certainly! put Key invited. I tonight: and extreme Wednesday.north Occasional Kiss: :. and Tell." "Ansel Street," attended! a I rehearsal at that excellent grand m other's 1

fattenon family home at 522 again after such West on the map,'since everyone Talent Frank I ram portion ; "The Guv sman," and "The civic theater with a friend harp. Struck
a long period I : 'Party honoring otherwise partly cloudy.
Caroline Street.Amempanying. and up-: aroU (!.J1 s way in Michiganis I Drunkard." who was a member last winter.
Mrs. dumb
Dakley, herself is Lloyd, N. Y. director who I East Gulf: Moderate south .to with
: Major General looking: forward with talking e Jf the Island City and "Fol i "Should my husband and I he 'i I "Again thanking you for your
will direct forthcoming Wednesday ,
great an- southwest winds thru
and Mrs. Shedd will be Mrs. C. ticipation to wanting to visit a place.that is I remaining/ Key Wes this season courtesy an-i that of Mrs. Gule stage fright I'"
renewing old friend lies of for Junior Woman's
in south portion. Moderate :
1J Oakley, who was: before her ships. considered' .ple $mt; by Mr. 9"8 I .. we will not he actively associated wir, I am SUIT is not at fault am HorB Moos his n&ifier'viiuikvillr .
I Club.I : P.M. at Casa southerly winds in north portion :
Truman. with tn! Player but shinny witn, Tho Citizen interest act. he !became a pan-
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0--- --- ---- ohe Cayo Hueso. All interested||shifting to north or northwest tonight tomimiM. "
----- both
----- very much hope that before in justice. .
urged to attend. j and Wednesday. Showers 0 0I .
first; IF. If. I I too long they will return tp the MAIDA LAZAROVICI -
Of S.
Day St. Paul'sItazaar I THURSDAY. NOVEMBER '25Dance. in north portion, partly cloudy in : TODAY'SMVERSRIES.) : '
t I I
( south portion. -- --- .r
., Thanksgiving: Evening: *
: And Haby Show Very Senior Class 8:00: o'clock Elks Club Annex -1 No small craft or storm warn- : Elect Kran;ichHead iOI.t' S CIt: 'I'I11).1YS .\;\: : ( .. -
sponsored by Senior sings have been issued. i iI iKey'West.
(Know America iii1S03 I
Successful I Ttt' Hold Dance Class of Key West High I (Know America) .
; Winners Announced l -T h. o do.- D.
Of Key e .
School. Floor Show. I Fla, Nov. 23 1943.! I Secretary "f Into nor Julius A Wejd.irejtest ) i
:: of the abolitionists, :. ut'l'
The first day of the Bazaar and Illabv In The Senior Class of the Key I REPORT Kit born; Madison; Wis., 41'
the Healthiest .
Show group Eu West High School will a ] (Observation taken at City Office,I West Local hidly m'vl''st born at Hampton,
as sponsored by St. j jPaul's sponsor Organ Recital. Thanksgiving years age
Church was eminently !j genie Yates was adjudged the Thanksgiving Dance on Thursday Evening 7:45: Clock St. : 8:30: a.m. EST) Wayne Cov, chairman' of tb IS05.; in Boston C--Feb... r.. ;

successful and enjoyable and j i healthiest girl and William I November 25th: beginningat I Paul's Church. Chas. Roberts I Temperatures I The election of officersfor the r Federal' Communications Commission j

with many attending. j Ketchum the healthiest boy; secj 8 p m. at the Elks Club annex. organist. Public cordially in- Highest: yesterday . 86 Musicians Protective Assrciatkm. born In Shelby C".. Ind. 1804-Franklin Pierce Nc '

.'\ 5:30: ttere was a turkey j ond In connection with the dance a I tcd.PersollallllcllliOlt. Lowest last night Local Hampshire lawyer, /icressrneni: ;
supper I It j prizes being: awarded to Fer- \ 781, 202. Key West was held at I 43 years ago.Boris
followed: by street dancing j I I nanda Carbonell and William floor show will presented, this ,, Mean .__, _, Senator soldier, 14th'' President, '" .
during which music was furnished j George Russell third went show made up of talent from the I Normal ,_.. -._._. 73' the hall at 506 Elizabeth street on Karloff screen star. born t born Hillsborough. N H. pied nee
; prizes I Sunday. England. 61 years ago. Concord. N. H- Oct. 8, 1869.
by the Coral Isle High School. PrecipitationTotal
Serenaders. I I j I to Anne Michele Hancock and I ,itn was'
There was then a raffle held j i Billy Ladd. Jr. The public is invited to this last 24 hours 0 ins. 'I'I The following/ ([ t.Trs have Fleet Admiral Ernest J. Kin 1859-William H. Bonney. bet- a..0.
dance. Visiting/ Key West Saturdaywas Total this month ._ 0.34 ins. retired born in Lorain. Ohio 70J ,
dunn which I 't'r remembered the
Mrs. Ruth Lange ::I For the best dressed girl Patricia Mrs. Eloise Perry, of Miami, d been named: as "Billy ..,v"
and Mrs. Kathleen Watkins I Deficiency this month ,1.-17 ins. I J years ago.William Kid." Southwest outlaw born in
won j Emily Grant first I t ma-
; won who came with a of friends President. Norman Kranich
and Mrs. I party j Total this year 45.95 ins. : Wraith of Long Beach :New York. Shot July 15 1881.
turkeys Joe Allen was ;;: prize, and for the best dressed Miss Fraga from Pittsburgh and Coral Ga- Cost
the winner of : I I Excess this year ,9.85 ins. vice-president George F. Curry: I Calif noted
a lovely chocolate ;,; boy.Evelio Valdez Jr. Second bles. While in Key West Mrs. I mining; engineer 1864-Henry B. Joy. early auto c't '
I 1
cake. this Relative Humidity. secretary-treasurer, Ruby: Craw- born in England, 76 years ago. nanufacturer. Packard head ,
prizes in group were yon by Becomes ; Perry visited many of her local I :
itl t1
The ( i 8:30 a.m. ley; business Gerald Pin- .
Baby Show which was Barbara Linda Fleming and Billy friends including Mrs. Grace agent I Emii :schram. president of the Lincoln: Highway sponsor torn

held in the afternoon was highly'|' Ladd. Jr., and third prizewinners Crosby. Mrs. Perry is a great 69% der: delegate to convention to be New York Stock Exchange bornin in Detroit.: Died Nov. 6, 1996.
Tomorrow P.i l
successful. The first group of I were Fernanda Carbonell I booster for the Island City. BarometerSea held at San Francisco: Calif. Peru. Ind.. 55 years ago. 1889-Alexander M. Patch, ear.xas"

children were judged this group :I and William George Russell. Mr. and Mrs.\ Louis Fraga an- ( Level)). 8:30 a.m. I George F. Curry; members of the Rt Rev. Wmfred H. Ziegler who led the U. S. 7th Army in oJ
: .
comprisingoungstcrs up to one i I It will be noted that three of I 29.92 ins.-10132 mbs.Tomorrow's executive board, Alfred Barosso. Protestant Episcopal missionary victorious drive in World War-, .
nounce that the marriage; of their Richard Kirby well-known
and one-half years. judging be- the children winners in two I Almanac John R. Pritchard Ida Gellrich, It.a' '
bishop of Laramie. Wyo., born ir "leulenant general, born Fort
daughter. MarLouise, to Mr. architect of Philadelphia, arrivedin !
ing on the basis of prettiest i 11 Sunrise 6:49: a.m. Marvin Boza and Arent T. Sjur-
groups Billy Ladd. Jr. Fernandai Detroit 63 Died San Wf'
!Huachuca. Arizona.
Harold St aw, will take place to- Key West Monday accompanied years ago.
; Sunset 5:33
healthiest and >>: p.m. Jr.These. ,
best-dressed i Carbonell and William I scn. -
a L.
George Sevellon Brown publishe Antonio. TVx Nov.>; 21. 1945.
morrow evening atJ J 11 o'clock. by Mrs. Kirby and Mrs. Le- .
Moonrise 12:29 a.m. ...
and I
boy guI each. Judges Russell. officers will from '
were serve
of Province. R. I. Journal
The ceremony'; will be held at ona Firth his mother-in-law. The
Mr. Cyril Marshall Mrs. Doris ; Today Group 2 will be judged. I II the Grace Lutheran Church and Kirbys and Mrs. Firth plan to I Moonset ._ 1:38: p.m. April 1, 1949. to April I. 1950.: born in Washington D. C., 6:' I t'..
Evans and :Mrs. Nan Giese. The I I this group being composed of The next general meeting of ub I
years ago.
immediately following the wed- spend the balance of Novemberand
prizes were beautiful. children from TIDES the association will be held BINGOCASH r n,
j I'z years to 6. The on Dr. Herbert S. Houston pub
ding a reception honoring the most of December: in Key
; I .
Judith Ann Judkins was the !' same judges will preside at to- bride and groom will be given. West. (Naval Base) December 12. I fisher former president of th I.
winner of first prize for the prettiest days event. Tomorrow Advertising i Federation o' PRIZESSponsored t .t: I I"t"

girl and Richard Charles The highlight of tonight's program (Eastern Standard Time) News Notes j( America born at Champaign Ill .i
Taylor was first winner as the I will be the presentation of Red Cross To Mrs. Nettie Albany of Baltimore High Low 82 by Navy Wives
years ago.
.handsomest baby boy. Winnersof the play "The Land of Dreams Maryland, is in Key West 3:07: a.m. 10:30: ajn. It is estimated 20 million Club No. (I 8m''

the second prize were Cheryl I i! Come True," in three acts and Hold Meeting for her annual visit and will 4:53: p.m. 10:26: p.m. meteors enter the atmosphere of I The pulpits domes and dadoe- WEI1NESI1( %m'o 24, .
spend some time here and on the I ,
Mane Curry and Alan this N.
William promises to be a beautiful the earth daily. of the great built ir"
Florida keys this winter. Mrs. Al- mosques ()() 11:0(1()( I' sI.
K:00 .
Bierworth: thud prize Lili Gill and colorful affair with many Charles Taylor chairman of ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Constantinople during the 16U lo rI u1t11A

Bloomfield and Brett Wynne I children taking part. The play the Key West Chapter of the bany is an ardent conchologist (Reference Station: Key West) Syphilis broke out in epidemic i Century\ re often decurateciwith South Beach RestaurantPATIO "

Merkey. will begin at 8:00 o'clock. American Red Cross announcedthat and expects to add many shells to Time of! Height of form in Europe at the end of the I gleaming ceramic title.
her collection (End of Simonton)
the annual of the already splendid I
meeting : StationTide [high water 15th Century but it was only i
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chapter will be held on Thursday .during....her..visit........... Bthia Honda tardily\ recognized l as venereal it t Phosphorus was discovered ir Public Cordially Incited
First Baalist. Church ToHold .., evening, December 2 at 8:00: (bridgcOh 10m 0.0 ft. disease. 11,0; ile
o'clock in. the Monroe County r
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Annual Stewardship; NightThe ; Clinic Auditorium. BAtM (east end) +2h 20m hill
1 Achievements of Red Cross Boca Chica DECORATO

First Baptist Church of the Sunbeams Scripture; the Jr, will be given by guest speaker ..................I,,I (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m GEpU S R.p FS
Key West will have its annual Edwin TreVor. The program: will Caldes Channel -
Gills Auxiliary the StewardshipAlphabet : also: include special music; by the Mr. and Mrs Roland Smith announce G 0 G N
"Slewar-lihip: Night"/ program onWednexlav 1 .. ; (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft.
; Intermediate Girls Junior Red Cross Choral Group the birth ( .1 u.umhtri:: at
at 7'30 in oOoj
the Chute evening! I j Auxiliary the Scripture, and Key West High School tinder the the Galey Memorial (Hospital <>n I j NOTE-
November :list! ,.t iI;; I
direction of Miss Marjorie Co- a rn.
The |'n>:; irf'u will he ul1llt.'rIhe there will follow"a poem by Bob ." (-)--Minus ign: Corrections
ilu ,,'lion <>t the W. M. U. bie Jenks and a solo by Allcnc burn. Certificates of'appr ciation Weighing 8 Ibs > n/ -i j to be subtracted.

prrsitlent.' Mi> Edna: Albury, as- Spear. will be given those who have The child has boon nam'Kri.tin ; (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to 1 I Ii I
Marie and l her
( mother 1r
kbled tiv kiss Clover and ] The playlet will then be presented given some outstanding, serviceto : i be added.I .
Mrs. Smith is the former Esther
the during the
ankiUanes of' the W. M U. will those taking pact being chapter' past
of Mr
Bezamlla. daughter .imi
the Rev. O' J"'ant. Miss Hall year.
lake Curt pieM-liting a play I
Mrs. Gon/alo Be/unilla, Elizabeth
: I
1 The public is invited to attend
Calvin Mrs.
let tai Slewaidsliip.Mri. Johnson. Willard
Sara Willard. W. L. Smith. Mrs. the meeting, which will be brief street.
Thelioa |Porch and Mr. I
Trary FalrfwW( will pic-sent the Geneva Smith. Mrs. Henry and pertinent. i t5I

IVrtuuV. and tneie will follow a Jenks and Miss Lorraine Ben ,,h.*raflm disc to 0f MONTHlY,

hymn. 'X>ur Jest." by the t..n-. nett. Or;!nii Recital'burstI(11 1 .., ..,IVI.. r..t.la I 1
KrrKation and a prayer by the ; All meinliers and friends are f ALL VITAMINS ,
nw. CrnrKK M. IUyDavnl i: especially invited to attend this: I 'c
INirt-n. IV>WMe Skagcs special program:: tomorrow even- Y : knows to be MMatU]to b.man / :_

and Land Curry" will then giveCurlf : mil at the Church. An organ recital will be given I mtriooe., plus lint u4 boa. I s 9 ,

-- -- at St. Paul's Episcopal:; Churchon Ar. you troubled by distress of 72'i S2.S9 a bJ! ..seaode' r __

Thursday Thanksgiving: ; evening fraial? functional Does this make periodic disturbance suffer- S7.9bGARDNER'S ., I

CircleVox.: !- / Anil 2 Of W.M.S. / at 7:45 o'clock", by Charles from*pain feel ao nrrrovt.you tired- 1 ( ': "G:' II
Roberts organist.The ( at such times? Then DO try Lydia E. I I
Ptnkham'a Vegetable Compound to
(/If first; Ira: /till Church Met MondayI entire program;; of the rc- relief such symptoms. pinkham's PHARMACY
i vital will be announced tomorrow ha s grand soothing effect on on.lPoma" .. 1114 Division SU Cor Varela

;No :2! of the 1Yoman'sMi..o.nary A brief social period followed and the public? is cordiallyinvited ./ ',mod important organ! I PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERY

S.itty of First Baptist I with refreshments: served by to attend. LYDIA L. PINKHAM'S ivtctTMir.
Smith and Mrs. -- ---------- ----- --
Church "wt'.n :Monday in i Mrs. Geneva ADDS
the Chun'hnn'x.. J Jones.
Mr. Geneva Smith gave the I On Monday night at 7:30.: Cir- r Everywhere" ,In

drvutiu' '"tal. and Mrs Mary D.H I cle No. I of the Society met at Get Your Share of These cc e, y your home

taugKt the Mission: book "Light !II the home of Mrs. Joseph Gates Savingsat I Ifr-i: t-
Petroma street. Mrs. Josephine eve'
tat the Whole World. This book on .p)
incidentally, will be completed I Johnson is chairman of Circle _
Circle meeting. No. I. At this later meeting 1t
at the meet OurPREHRISTMAS y
Mrs Leona Coli I n... Circle I Mrs. Mary Day again taught the 0"
Mission book and at the close of Sideboard
chairman, presided at the busi- I
nei lesion during which rep the session there was a social 4L
period during which refreshments I'I'r

cton-mttees were presented. I were served. SALE ,

Hoard Of Directors; Of Humane Highly Expensive Crystal Set :! : )\ ..

Society; 0 Held Meeting; Last Friday
: .. 4
e ". a
o S A magnificent you'll be proud to havein a
A meeting of the Board of Di- for the Ball tu be held some tune Suits $3.95 'L?"'" a
radars* of the, Mamane Society early in February for the purposeof i Bathing up SPECIAlLY PRICED your home-for beauty and utility. nIl dIning rOOm t '

was told l last Friday afternoon at raising funds for the maintenance table
3:30 ml the Woman's", Club with of the Humane Soclet .. Hurricane Lamps have sparkling crystal. 9 ,

MrjL George Mills White presid The ball lat' year was exceptionally I I/f. 4 ,;/ 'EIGHTallsizcs like prisms frosted glass shades, and L

well attended and successfulThe U.L. approved, long-life electric cord. r I: ::: -, I
ing.At : '
the meeting several mat- Society. also planning a $1495EASY W '1"),,, It t

ten of vital' interest to the society conducted tour of gardens;! earlyin Girdles Your Choice $ 2.00 Console center piece has erystal-like I I III 5edr0aq"" I

were discussed among them the March which should be an prisms, and 3 removable silvered glass

arranging for the repair of the interesting e.ent.Attendm candles. Also, OH ..
kennels Mat: were damaged dur- /: last Friday's meeting I TERMSTO radio- and e

m* the September hurricane. Of !: were in addition to Mrs. All 3 pieces masterfully fashioned with >' in tables ...

the thirty kennels maintained by White Mrs Cyril, Marshall. Geo. Only One More Day to Take Advantage of These SUIT YOU gold color metal trim. or playroom library. ....
tlie Society, only four are now in lhlb'hlh'. Mrs Burt Garnett.

usable condition Mr. and Mrs Lee Goddard and and Many Other Items On Sale!! .AI 4a 4

Also plans were talked- l over Albert Carey Limited number. better come early for your set! .."..
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It w lk-Vfd!' that the slow tilt ..
tnc upward tlf the northern .

dot -rs oC the Great Lake mav. :t ...
MAR-ED The Beachcomber
few thuusand years hence DRESS SHOP e..

WMT tour of the lakes (except eor

Huron to drain southward into r rrNOfRRfI ..


Flying fish probably take to ; Dresses Millinery and Accessories ; West's Favorite Jewelry Store

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Butler Leading I How They Stand T I jCOiMMENT 'f I MIAMI HACK GAINS IN LOSS 'ro.F. LOKIIIA) AT > : !GERMAN 1 PIGS INVADE---1 1I

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Senior Baseball ILOCAL leer West Senior BASEBALL Baseball League,I SPORTS 1'I SWITZERLAND

League: As Hitter (Municipal Stadium) !-By ED SIMS 1I

Club- W. L. Pet i( I I SCHAFFHAUSEN. Switzerland.V)-Switierland is fighting

L. Butler the scrappy shortstop Key West Clowns 5 0 1.000Rt'd I d. ptlately against' a Gorman invasion.:
\\i t
err the Clowns' K leading theSenior Raiders 3 2 .600'; HUNTING I, The invaders are wild pigs the government reports.
Atomic Bombers 2 3 .400',
Baseball! League: in hitting i. WASHINGTON Hordes of wild pigs from the -
American Legion 0 5 .000 I
with an season is on once Black Forest are fleeing from
average of .500.
Brown I the attacks of hungry Germans' ]' Only
of the same club and HarVey ida. The great" a Beauty
It[ UM CalendarSKATING ; V and crossing !Switzerland's northern -
Raiders follow Sports I.f >
] Florida a large I

Hitters last Sun.I.; including.,., art as the follows games: of : ;;how, is not where I 3 : Swiss frontier.farmers complain that in HideDeepNEW

PlayerAR.. R. II. Ave. j Bayri 4tw Park. Night fit's in vest" r the agricultural districts oi the
V. Vidal Bmb. 302 .667 Y- ; GAINFSVILLK'J'l I|' (canton of Schaffhausen. north of i YORK-I,1'-D"n.r is
I. Butler. Owns. :20! 10 J places i ii the Rhine River.. the German
10 .500
homeliest of racing
7:30 to 9:00 the
I : : p.m.TENNIS i j'just as good- ] probablv
Harvey, Raiders 934 .444 I Pennsylvania, but i pigs have done :Incalculable I I!' thoroughbreds, but the son of
Brown Clwns. 19 II 9 .474 damage to crops. banked $261.910
Challe 'great this time of
O. Mrlntrh. Clns. .14 0 6 .428 I (Florida. : IC J7 Since meat is not rationed in 'I foi his owners on the track. How

A. Aceved>. lb.{ IS 4 6 .400 I Bayview Park. Afternoons ; West Florida Switzerland:: the townspeople I lever I he was so bony and unattractive

Santana, Bmb. 20"1 .350 : and Nights j has have little incentive to ream the i as a two-year-old: none"
south Florida s ?
D.W. l Gates.strtLK.. 6 3 2 JW3 I| Daily play. i rolls nicely as hills in :search of edible wild f i of the grooms wanted to rub him
18 4 6
333 hills pork Apart from occasional I could have torn
A. i die out and down. And h'1 ;
Mclntocli. CI. 21 2 7 .333 SIHJFFLEI10ARDBayriew 1
L>. Roberts Bus. 19 ''ny Gulf. The hunting expeditions organized j claimed in his first) race whit h
2 6 .315 ( Park)
C. Valdt-z. Kds. ;year is usually by the local farmers the Ger- j! he won for $3.500.//
22 Daily
3 6
.272 play. biting cold. but man invaders have found Switzerland I
bases: A. Aceved Ito I hunt. Few 3 s a haven of refuge and The four principal nut
Vildez. Hubert u.SENIOR crops
4 each I. BASEBALL .. have shown desire to returnto
let 3. I spells mar the ri no I that Americans eat are alinwixls,
Most times I Municipal Stadium. Afternoon I II 1 i The land being i their native p turo' filberts, walnuts and pecans
J. Mira. Jack fanned: Curry. &. I SUNDAY NOV. 28- !'gins west of ; Demands for vigorous Swiss
Villareal. Perez
.each Casado 6. Anguiera and B.7 First Game-Red Raiders vs. Tallahassee and J Wilt-pilot: : action. to wipe out the invaders 1:[,enTrr tnt deputies are accusing

VillareaJ! 5 i Key West Clowns. Alabama and J ruai m-j jthe i. cantonal government t.f
each C. Valdez 5. I CLIVE SHRADEH. .itif Ijcinx maueny ix> !
p.tC'h.rs'"o1Ilon ': Second Game-American ]''''countryside' is halfback picks up iwa yards in first quarter of game with Florida at negligence in protecting Swiss:
Alee has and lust records: glen vs. Atomic Bombers.Le-I'I straw grass two I Gainesville Saturday. Shrader is being tackled by Fletcher Groves. Florida guard. Other : mumties in toe canton of Schaffj;j'territory I a ;:in.t the pig invasion.
won and Thomas play- : i
one I hausi-n.: The question eventhreatens
fur the Clowns. 'SUNDAY. DEC. 5- I high and the soil I ers identified are Florida: Hal Griffin ((80)) and: F..I I Johnson ((44)): Miami: Bob Carroll ((67<. Flor ; to Ix-come "politicaliss'tit The government claims
Joe First Came-Atomic Bombers: marshy to drive I!I ida won. 27 13. a un the othchand. that all x'sihie '-
Caa.: Jr. has won one, G. ;. in the cantonal assembly nt
lashes vs. Red Raiders. over, and not i nnv.suK.-s h.b'n;. l taken.
And one and D. Mitchell one. Second Game-American Le trees. Hunting ( __ __ __ ____, -.iaflhausen.: wnere/ nongo'YOI'
MiU-hell and
lust ,
one each. gion vs. Key West Clowns. trained the luxury to spurt ,:i JUSTICEl(: ; S O.\ DUKE) ; Fun) NOKT1I{ i\ltOLJi\A: { I
roam on :
fur Sweeting the Bombers has won M. Sanchez two games First Game-American Legiovs z I I the car, and only I II i I L. .1!> '''':.. ,::oI -,,=,.,.. ..,- ......,.".....>_____._____ __ g I INEYt
Joe do the hunters I I II 5TIEAMLINED PEERLESS
Casa Sr. and Red Raiders. I
Sweeting have lost
one each.B. Second Game-Atomic Bombers I shoot. BALL POINT PEN I 1:
Villareal& ha.s lost; two and vs. Key West Clowns.BASKETBALL Thera are no : I '

Rodriguez' has lost! three fur Le- hunters Ihis"gteat in this I I I WITH A 10 TEAR WRITTEN SERVICE POLICY .
t miles over the
---- High School Gymnasium hills without .,-

Parade Will Be I (Night) act direction. I I -- I
PRACTICE CAMES |small lakes and Thla. aM ..!, Iai antitUa Warr. la tke faawa aatiaajallr aJnrtUt* mi
TUESDAY. NOV. over scrub oaks I I c.rtC, hail aamt ." vala .. _..-S....". a rcw*.a* Ht
I 23- 'tt I'i BW M l7':4. mrm e' a'l acnlck c:: .:..:. ......; Jr>U ii Maaaa. a M a CaiWacattwa.
Staged Thursday 7:30: P.M.-Driftwood vs. Boca the country is prat' I i I I SMBart tlrcaailwta'' al-br.i..a ra.. Laaaa is. a |l -a EHI
Chica. is pretty just to > wnttra aaraal *. Ma4 .fa t* I/Wd lit uuSuit., Soa4y jZ
]: .' BBBR8B
a. t." Aak lac ..ftr. .. pea ai.
I 8:30: P.M.-Bob's Sport Shop If the party ; ..'ulralrhurmuf"h White at li\iMoiiBEB<
By Douglass High vs. Pollock's Jewelers. good dogs, one can _
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 24- side of the car, i: - --

A mammoth Thanksgiving parade I 7:00: P.M.-Elkj Club vs. The.are just' average, ] .dlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil IIn 1111I11111111111111111I11111..
I wilT be twill be .I
staged by the Doug Beachcombers. needed if
lass. High School and other' civic 8:00: P.M Sonar &'hool's. moving at a slow ; .t r lf
fraternal., and social organization: t Coca-Cola. .Of course, the car (' tra The MAXWELL CO. Inc.

on November %5. at 1:00: p. m. 9:00: P.M.-Junior Varsity vs. :momentarily: but ;

The English! music, mathematicsand Boca Chica.THURSDAY 'iof: the driver must ,
all other departments of the I NOV. 25- I;watt"hed. It's tough i+t tI a aw p Specializing in
Mhuolwill. have appropriate 7:00 P"M.ach'omlx on a car seat and \
I : vs. All Types ofHotel
floaU in} the parade depicting Boca Chica. i!1'[dogs to find the I!

I Mime phase of the program which 8:00: P.M.--Bob's Sport Shopvs. '"I| The best dogs of J '\ Restaurant
is being carried on during this I Sonar School. :i are trained to ( ', w ,
term >f one which will fit the ]i the car when the _
9:00: P.M.Pollock's Jeweler I II i R (
Thanksgiving ,the horn. fe ( c :) and BarEquipment
occasion. ThUS
vs. Coca-Cola. j+
f Civic" anil social groups of the 1!the- road is a lake, I'

city are also invited to participate -I I Ible, both dogs t

and many are making arrangement Sports Shorts lean be "' ...a i )
to the ".I j The trick is to -
join proces ., SOc'f. (At Wlr.?photo
.">n. The parade will precede'the 'dogs, on the right
homecoming football A series of 6.700 stone steps CHARLIE JUSTICE star North Carolina halfba ck. scoots from
game which :'crossing to the away Duke's Ed Kavanaugh ((63))
will be played by the Douglass permit pilgrims ta: climb Tai !the horn is blown and Paul Stephanz ((25)) for a 12-yard gain at Chapel HilL N. C. Saturday. North Carolina defeated We are now In the position to serve your needs with any
School Shan, highest of China's five Duke 200.
rilersnnus the Ev- mountains. sacred 'other dog, or dogs : type of equipment tOil may need.
ergladerHigh School from Belle over.
Glades.-Florida; < -- -- -- We can fully equip restaurants with all
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at 3:00 That's necessary
: p. m. at another i ---- -y requirements
the Negro Recreation Center' at The tomb of llarun-al-Rashid i tough problems of I Accvedoill 1 ,' Tin- which include .
\\I' n "pUnt"oi mal\!
i Dire Plans I
It. Taylor of Arabian Nights fame is at Meshed -J pn-g i in west ; meant tWig. shoot GLASSWARE
__ __ in Iran. have to look out of ( i I --- --oi saplingASTIMA DISHES SILVER

Douglass) Tigers The lion last is stronghold in the mountains of the Indian I(dogs i dow: every that so are often j|i I i i Be Heard Monday l {) .ij.j 'J t BUFFALO the Buffalo dub/.1'1< ) -in Tom the American Rocky- 0 KITCHEN EQUIPMENT:

tough on neck
To Play Belle the Kathiawar Peninsula. /i of hunting.your You'd i I I!' .Pedro" Atx-vedo, who was nr- Hockey League is an un1 >r- DUE SUfFEKtRS TO ASTHMA FIND ATTACKS.C'JRS' FOR RUSHED MIUf MIRE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPUES

(was an easier ; for striking Cruz Vog taker in the nf e3son, out be- tier 1.r.. fur n-J.ef term ksthtna I'WV- -

Florida is one of the chief suppliers -1 tough life any way I u humnn-r ten day :>K". f"nh? teantmal*s discovered it a jrsirs f>.,ni I.xe..tiv", tnda formula:' in rrf bnh* rts aet.nf "lucvvs to relicrc wilb MAXWELL\l

Glade Thursday of kaolin, an important ingredient .it. Bending down I| h-;" given a preliminary: hear Urt-y "g.:t luite; a scsre. Rocky conned to.e.*.......with. Men,dr-.i ai.tl. vi'mcn? iirhtnK.v.ho farmer cb..!....,.". TIra CO. Inc.
of "
ceramic tile. birds out of the I i before Peace Justice Roy drove up to the Buffalo! trainingcamp ; vhrrrint. asthma ltk< n*>w tell of Mrvr.1Rltrf J Furniture and Furnishings
I *l'*r usmet. FRCMETIN
another on Monday. lie ii cxx-U JJ. but
The Douglass High !School 1 Basketball charg- ; in a hearse he uses in his NBiidrnnit roults. ton M not ..."""...he. I
'Tilt'n' will play Association ofAnteric.a : .times you strain with assault and battery, and business. The squad amounts to only a few reaps* per 4o.. Iia i PHONE 682
their second teams will play doubleheaders -'The answer to that been held in County Jail was :>ureh'J"key /l.Wnn-ere onlr *, dim-trd.; PROMETIN 309
footbaUV game of the y..ar11w1kslivllll in 'I -. was quite that rugged( a told with suet monnr-tiack cuarantc bj Fleming Street Corner Margaret St Key Nest. Fla.
New the
York '
Chicago |any birds. alleged: attack on the .
Day against Sanic.Interesting 4> r>il | rrxy. e'... \\IoU. A
a Indianapolis. Boston, St. Louis I :! IlitlvioM !>l>w--.Mall Orol.r.. Killrd
strong everglades I I 'ENETLIN
High School and Philadelphia this season."Dodgen' --- !! BLiNDSIIIIIIIIIIiJIIII18111)J
Team from Do Yon
Belle Glades" The I Kll ; Noles 1
. game will he played at the Ne Alley" is the KOHKKTSREFUSES j ;.
new I q
{ gro Recreation Center Fort Tay of Mercury is I I (Continued From Page One) J
name the
a street in Cuidad
for at 1.00 Trujillo | I Ebanks.. i' ITS A CAR FOR
p. m. I Dominican Republic where major planets of th :> not with him In Medieval and Tudor England -
Smarting under their first ; I that time. : ,
de the Brooklyn Dodgers trained t i "May Day" was a greati
feat, ttip Tigers" have made I l last spring. i j| The metal Also testifying he heard Rob ;i public I holiday. i i it
great Improvement in their: heavy as water asking Ebanks for a )loan was -
blocking, passing and running ; Syracuse University's 1,30-pieee t! about half the }; C. Iterr ,.. of Marathon May flies uki- IfUOtJ in the tI

(atUcfcs.lUisiintf Coach'leave A. T. Dean and his I marching band' is garbed in-"gr !i ---.-- iefus<-> ,adult :ta,:..'" 6/q t
they left together
spent inside
gfd hours many rug ange ;and glue, ski clothing tin s I The of a Shoitly : (
whipping thetf hoys i s midnight. IJi-rryc I .
\ shape i tall.'I t vase appears-; ( said I The term "mayor or '''main.r" 1It's
I dfeh. for the 'Turkey Day j color than the Ebanks left the Flamingo Bar 'I was first used for any person
Spurt fans may 2 a. m. Sunday. according t who had
expect I North Carolina State's basketball supervision of others. |

many a thrilling moment when,: squad set a Southern Con- I I NEWS NOTES Albert SpenetMis./ Spvnct- a dreanth new postwar Studebaker
they witness :
O War the "Pig Skin" Tug-i ference record last season by i Silver is the best ( the bar Shi- was Una :M it d e "r n rib wi atioi) was
between these two teams. to recall whether Unixitw.i. 1 IIIIIlt'tl l .
winning all 12 league contests i electricity, with ('Op in JIjj1.11 (
---- Ebank'
and all three league. tournament ,
Boca ::\ \ Imt,: ,
I Chiea And games. Modern s mil li.11:: lit 11,1.
I i meteors began in Water is t nti.ii I I'.i' I all lit .11'1 1?: 'v 1. 1.-1'. I ;Hl;:: I, ,.t 1 pc .
During the I .'!'''.", :.I
( 194'14St/ >ason.
Driftwood Meet North Carolina State won 29 of I Flying fish soar' Abe.r .
fb '
i 32 basketball games, rolling up( waves on the awlw.-.c> J 2.4119 points, a 75lJt'r Iider.. tw

In Basketball) gameaverage. 'I .-...-........-.......w..a...-...--. ,

j I There is about '

Basketball game scheduled I j of gold in 1.000 6I
fur tonight in the High School l I I Interesting Notes waltr.I .
, gymnasium will find in the first I
I contest-the Boca Chica Flyers. j I Static electricity generated Gold can be ':&

meeting the Driftwood Club i I when you !scuff your feet across'!i sea, but the cost: i is ; 1 I
while the second go the, Bob's:I I a rug will generate as much as!I! the value of the ,
i Spot t will meet the Potluck Jew ,!,18,000 volts engineers estimate. 1
;,, els. I ;j'j'I I Lean meat i is ;; I
Wl1ite r
Chica has won once About 90 per cent of gonorrhea cent water. I
while the Driftwood team h cases can be cured with
i lot two, games. The Flyers a are 1 of penicillin. one injjection I Rome had sewers :_.

favored to win torught.Cht..rs !I I 'i I Century B. C. I I f NEWSPRINT

leaders of both the(j Nutritionists estimate that L I' \ f
Bob's Sport. and the Pollock Jewel ![nine-tenths of the human race]j'i I Ohio still has I j :l ,

!* wall'Lt. on hand tonight to lives and dies in fwd poverty. covered bridges. .
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rout for their teams. There is! viol:! :.=---- ----- --=--
favorite in this ctlme. Bob's J : 500 Sheets :

Sport lost to the So School,' :1 .,I.

while. the Jewels beat the Navy ': FOOTBALL II t 8'/2' xII. 25 C drive a real champion when you One of the lowest priced postwar Stude-

First game smarts at 7:30:: p.m..j'j'tt'3m. :44i i streamed> .!new dong ScudthaktrIt's in this low-swung. flight- bakers this dreamlined new Champion

and the-Mt nd HOMECOMING! 1 provides a full measure of the
*> at 8:30.: !I jI extra vision,
"'- champion in looks' It's a champion the extra roominess, the
: extra
The DOUGLASS HIGH SCHOOL TIGERS" THE /i! in performance:! Its a champion that make
all the
.ancient Colosseum
Home M believed to have seated! at EVERGLADES HIGH SCHOOL of Belle II I| Artman 4. too in its. smiting operating economy! i ica's stand-out new cars.Studebdkers Amer.

43 in 50 thousand spectators and Negro Recreation Center. Ft. !I Press Ji Jit
to hares
provided Mantling roomc Thursday. Nor. 25. 1948. 3:00 P. THE TWINS
c 20 to :25! thousand more. GARAGE
iA ------ I I GENERAL ADMISSION: S3c: Federal Ta>4 17c;: \ CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 : 1130 lJlll.l Sir"'
I 1 STUDENTS: 4Z c; Federal Taw Ic; Total. II I
4&chI 1,1"1. < ( weight! is .14V ...........-..........--......: : TfJlf'p'ume169

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AIR nERLIN-I LIFT-The Brtsh-Ameru.n GAME I nFAUSTO'S 600 Fleming St. Phone 48 :':I IflIIII ;

i .. airlift supplying Russian-
w. tern Berlin h.: ; given Bcn,, kids a new game as well
as addt-d a, nw word to the German vocabulary. I '.
The new word _
and the
name nl M
Inc mow game IS "Luftbruecke
.'' I For a Welsh rarebit adJ a cup
Lau( bridge) which '
is the German
of grated rrs.
yellow cheese to a

and U The S.the Aiiiiv kids RAP, w" ho Tempclhof Gatow hang of the around airpuit airlift on base the to I toa-t,! !thin dry;white s mustard c.\e sauce over celery.crackers and salt:seasonwith anJp.ipnkj or I .

Match the incoming and departing ,
supply planes, play their HANXSC.IV NC AY
ramin streets and backyard,. About 99! per cent of the earth's
111 U it.i&li ing plantwhich iiHttlO American are sold and in,' oxygen atmosphere-- is nitrogen and I
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German toyshop throughout the '
western-occupied settors I j :_ .. <<==', 1
of Dei Go the FASTEST Wy fl1 I. : :, .. ':-. .
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lin. the.hildien! play at landing I Oi -, ,
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tn>i unlading "upcralion vtttles"planes 47 Bunnies to ;
on midget airdromes (dt1} 1L11f"71.cI-; .. { '
( '" :Ii' PRICES
They und set thtir toy planes downon MIAMIDAILY i! i t t I j;4 J ;. When the whole "'round the d
or asphalt runways and I family gathers festive table for goad fun and f EFFECTIVE
bring haul up their toy truths and wagonsto SERVICE I "A good eating, make it a joyous feast a real old-fashiontd Thanksgiving
cargoes away to with CommulJtionPbn. Thru SATURDAY, -
i mutation warthouM-s, lattr to Save .Regular our Fare$7,15* I with all the fixin's. We've got everything you'll need Come en inl!
haw them consumed l hy dolls, Commutation Fare$5.00* .. r' NOV. 27 [,'(1

to Thus consumer they complete service the which bhippti hasbvcomv t !(.. ....-: r *
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unique in world history T. .r
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Your Grocer SELLS That Good :

STAR BRAND r I 'fVV. 1? ,
COFFEE rTn ra *
and CUBAN I ..- -
for Inlorm.tionc.n ., ,,-
-Try A Pound Today 1084 or your travel agent
J. WHITE MEAT. glary
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Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store. I rt -- -I -----------, --- -- -- ___
814 Fleming Street 67 t n. ix I

Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Telephone Prices I .1!I Fryers t, 67c I( I j Fowl LB. 63c |I j Bacon 63c I I, Sausage 59c j jJ TUTpres wa'f the*-

Prices; Below Are Good All Week Mon d to.lUUfl.

PORK LOIN ROAST 45c I 'SUGAR cv ht.it the inf .-,

COFFEE UT.ltint.
,HAMS lb. 55c 1 HAMS lb. 55c ..


. LB.56e rsson-

PURE Grade CcBt-.<-m Whole \ / nieui'r '
2 Cap i & -
. DOZEN 68C Coo I NIBLETS I !! CORN 34c -
: LBB-/ ..--......,..--
lb. 85c Chickens lb. 75c !HONE SUCH MINCE 2 CAhs I 2 C,. 35c I: 2 17 Oz". 35c: FRUIT KS I
I i 2 q.o 35c ( an Cocktail Ngi .. .
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ALL SIZES 4 to 6 LBS. I ( .,..,


NABISCIO\ L.J W'i' ,, N UTS 1 ItiOz. Lqe.V E L 1
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Ocean Spray CRANBERRY No. 2 Can S. C. Creamed 44\'Z.\ 3 9c .-r. .. r Cart 3 3c''
SAUCE.' UcNO. CORN!: 19c \ c I Prq. Yti 27
. I Pkq ( v. t Fkq. C
_-". c:\APC'RATED '\5of- ;: '" OCEAN
PEAS . 15e l RICE. 2 Ihs. 23c ( < "" .. J.: .4. < .' :


Bluebird ORANGE 46-Oz. 14OZ. Bottle DECISION CELLO
"'l>.LL 47c
JUICE. l,11 19c CATSUP. 19c 4 .A.N" 49C 1 fAG eG7 C
( I ; SAVE TriF f.. RED BQW FANCYBRAZILS --' rnrus 3'3 I

Hunt's in Heavy Syrup 2'. TEXAS-in Syrup No.1 COUP0NS' \ I IBCECLLO 43c
PKtl\ESranl8r: FICS..ianl5eHERSHEY'S I y .
11 01\ r Sa'y'' ( RED SOW FANCYMIXED DOc 1 FOOD ".
SUGAR! . . 5 Ihs. 42c I S,WE L (\ pOrt 39c ( OCEAN SPRA, FRESH LATE HOWECRANBERRIES BAG 2 I lB, 21c SUp 5 ; : I
Ibt. 29c 1 B t. -, LB 23c Carts i Pie. 32c
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5 LBS. 19c EMUIWRBED SHORTENING 3.1b. $\ 11 -" sr **- \ LYDiA' GREY FACIAL



t \"Z. 29c 2 Bas ,
33c ( 23c
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HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES AND 2 A"j 2Sc. 4ft,- c.z, C :
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De Discussed( I

..........'.1".....1.... BROADWAY SUPERMARKET
MIAMI *.,,\ i:J" M E Pen I
UN itinerant servo 1 : ""1. repOD -
<..ntin< Mat hrr\UT Office of I
$ranch OffN" 1 I. .located atj I
OiO(() N E 2nd .avmuf. Miami j
W..ottitce* VuM..ht'dutf'f r\ '

Ifti Subjects(kill: *t,<-and vetti*ilh w!;ill&iu a\one diMU 411!IN who,:. ir\..-i ii.v.'.i"I.IN i,'n. Du1tal at Petronia Street Key West, Fla.

to <*Mtact him during the st-hid
ut'* listed tielow ... ,
Nov :22: lit the tol
Could |"
f Kf 1I0fll..h-a Iran 8 30 J to 11 Now JO.. a 22 m at the/j 1 "For The Finest THANKSGIVING DINNER at the Lowest Possible Price"WFMAV' I

City Hall frmu 1 1311 ;i OO p m J:
Marathon N..w.J:! ..t tin rJ > ; .... ..
Chamber" .J f.MiuiMitt. li-ni !'MM .' ; \

a Key m. toI\\. .t 3" 1 p m NvM. .-t "I:.. t I I ___ .(' 'A- t. .. 't. Til! i FIN t '1',1'TH l : .N ,Li -- o ct :r54S' PRODUCE........ I IU.
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Counlv m I"STTMI"tin.:'00 i> i'i Ir.>"": 1 1a "'., "'N.V :tr'\ ('- 'f"! \/IN'{\.."i TURK.._'\C'. ,:D YOUNC' ;. ,, .
y. j' ...Jfr f 1 I :\ I 11C 11FT.. S
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p1lnWUmuMlnutuulutunuuwruuuuuntuejr : !;j I! TiNDiR.j PLUMP..ORD7.H I

J{ \\\'e5t: ( 111Days J 'r: f; j YOURS TODAY. : : POTATOES 10 Ibs. 39c o

Cone '. : .....
By 1
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AS T.AKEN: FROM FILES : :". "/ \IOUH{ ) k"aiI.r II-phi\\III{ :. : i 4
OF THC: CITIZEN OF : : CARROTS 2 bchs. 17 c
$NOVEMBER 193 '. !\
piaru ""'luuutumtattutwuwuuuuuuluutrt HAMS 5ft
I lb.
Batista Stud i i t' '+an M.'uu S :
tents Here M.t. Lr.pru'*' .1.>. a. : :
Later" thtoiiink uf .1 la a-i :- VutOLE or SHANK HALF d(1J +
u. .
line puMishi-I i on th.' front pool'| I !l\ I APPLES 2 Ibs. 27c(1L1FOliI.l

of then.TinCiti IUUM4 'h..n.... h.t..ia\...n pr.-'Sill'i 1.1. nt ( E.- \.;'., \1e'H{ ( ti's TIe (.JI".f' Irlirit.i; On'II;:) : :
of had bern m exilf t.i 1.U I ; A .
politic back today.Stwrntvwn in. th'- midst of Cuter' i Roll SAUSAGE lb. 35c : I 0 : IMIM.KOKiii.i { .

issued-I..t tJUlhtll11t wt'O'k 11CIa.1"'t 1111,n.' 1 .,IC.\.W "\-ICE( :>M.I> aim DK\W\-CJ l UK i : HO/I I :N .. : : GRAPES 2 Ibs. 2Sc

krr Building for a Inspntor total of $12.500 Il.n1: B." : Stewing FOWL 4-lb. avg. 65c : : nn lt. UtE\ : ) ....,01:11): \ ,
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row SrnmiU for ThanksRivinic will.bv. t b.d D...1'111'1\ .at.. I: : JFFI: : -f.UVDh{ )!" "V '-IN HOFSKRAFT'S () : I CELERY large stalk 15c :|
will not br re"|M nod until in. \t t
Monday. Store! will "t.m' nu I : CUT-UP FRYERS lb. 69c :
open until noon tntwrowThomas AA
i r. Frf-h (;rpii ONIONS: or Kf d l lS
I"drom. R.m..ld: I : WII_" "V LU nEL -
lau id I
Pritchard'k brother in : RADISHES 2 bchs. 19c
at 60 link! this morning in I :
Miami Mr. Pyfrom was born in : SLICED BACON sig. 57c :
Key West! and had matted here I .
till he went!' to Miami to make :.................:........s.......
hu hc me.Mr The body. accompanied .nd Mi, ;....... ......ec..t.eO..8.......... .
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by -_. -" <. ': ., .
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Prth'h rd. will be brought to Kev '- -- ; :: -: '
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Writ for burul : :. : : :. ; : -
I A daughter fishing eight : NABISCO ANNIVERSARY
pound, was: l.>rn >'tstcrdanturnme \
' to Mr. and Mrs Peter SALAD DRESSING

Mr, Lou Know lea lift foi Ml I .

Thanksgiving ann ttUk morning: and !the.. Il'nd wevkrnowith tin. \ rR 4 9c COOKIESB

II" Malone.Mu Attorney. and Mr. Wilh.. JLE

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dent in the Convent of '14'"' Im, 1 _.__.."""" Z=": m29Z23wnri .1 I
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mulat left this morning to I f : Heinz Comstock Universal I
spend Ih'1.Th"nksciv'n5 .w.i I SHURFINE OLD ENGLISH ". MOTT'S 4SWEET
"ith her<< parent! in Tavcrnif J STYLE TOMATOIETCHUP TOMATO MIXED

Last night the pupils of th"
I..{lie srhool pn..nl..1 l .> MINCED :
'Ir.mL..CIVmlt prucnm in tin. PLUMPUDDING { JUICE NUTSlb.
Mmn1Hucntorium| un oi
oi Miss llt-lt-n \\11:1.11: '
Mrs. Tht'lm..alkllb .m.1 1 Mi- f" 1: 1 I-Oa. } .
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MEAT : 6-0z. lb. 11 tt;
Kf4\trern Mea4awToday u ,r".u" Bottle 1' 28*(
Can I v
The .1 saxs in .11'i i irtlilorial
..,. twratr'ph' .. 9oz. 12-oz. Qt. 7)l. 41 Ifp
2 lnOtt 29'
)t.ir-A.>Miami ll \.uth paper H'tn-n ndis c.n.t v.a>ntiImttme !* Pkgs. .Can . Bottle . t'a"r Del Mont'? Comstock Shurf Inc
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MILL l \VI',""' i: No. 2'z 41t- 16-Oz. No. 22

a Jar Glass Jar 15r Jar . iV' Ztt
.HI (;ruts.a.aa.a..aaa..a._ SAUCE 2 25c 1 1.J. I I
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1'/"* MLARGE hilf' \"I.IHI ".m'I' lrrr' I.ul5ulnus'

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. YEAR OF BEAUTYrI J.r. . 2t.r 17( Can . 28'Stokely's 4 I

I \ A/- ) I 7 -. i aar---". -'fit' \i ."_. SO

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&rj Big Tender Sweet Finest

-== Wwu.re PACKAGE( t1iI

,. Whit I row** ere cimt_hucr IIUM"..'II color GIANT
.ore b .uuful! Honest film 33c SIZE 8e '
k thickness! with smoother PUMPKINS:2'25c .
,loi ir Mirfai SUPke p
tit Mlrflhl painted look

,.1 Thompson ODe fhaatforel. ur longer Enterprises Inc. I w LARGE GIANT jcei
2 29c DRre 30 I
I P Hardware Phone Division 186 17-0L Can. : tI PKG. PKG.(

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