The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00258
 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 24, 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: UF00048666:00258
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; f I Key West. nOli a. has the Associat j e ,

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Roberts May Not 111111111.4'City ObservesThuuksgiriuiz ,[President, And Marshall

Take Stand Today luy Tomorrow,

Confer SituationIn
I ; Again
Thanksgiving Day will be ;

! In Ebanks ProbeI generally West tomorrow.observed in Key I. /

I It will be a holiday ai the

I / Due Here For f other U. S. components Naval Station of the and Key all China ConsideredFOUR

West Naval Base the U. S.
Neutrals Still I
This Afleriwoifs I
Post Office will observe the
day and the city and county x I ,"othintt (.(tlf.l
Session; offices will be closed. .
lllll"' ConsideringBerlin !
Turkey dinners are to be
served in nearly every restaurant I ( SAilORS About MuttersDiscussed
, Hiial Ieei.ion l To lie Blockade( in the city.Longshoremen. I Iy.

Readied By Jury /n.. Ti. '.._1.1". P.I r AY..JiiY I'I'.I.JT I. .
PARIS. Not, 24. Rtmesentatiea I HURT IN AUTOCRASH
l.ilr 'Io of neutral nation on the iI ::1r .
Roy Hainliii Itcporl- I (! ,9 r t.Iiiiif M> .\inba Security council are continuing
The inquest into the 'death of I Owners TUESDAY Also! Confer With
their discussion of the Berlin Ship
Henry C. Enankx 19. at Marathon -
on Saturuay, before a jiuy blockade and express the oPin.1 :Struck ; Truck*' President Truman
Deadlocked City 'I
and Crooner Roy Hamlin will I ion that they will find a way I (Br Tfc* --at' .._,

enter its final stages late this I settle the problem.'I'II j t 1Ii 1.hr ,......Ial... Pi.v.. On Roosevelt \ U. S. Destroyers ,I WASHINGTON Nov. 24
aft'rn..o"- I President Truman and Secret
The :::; 'J NEW YORK, Nov. 24'-Ship
Tom Robots of Homestead is :citedith tue: representativesfrom owners and longshoremen strike Kouleuurd I Collide In Marshall held another l"Onfert.nt
held without bail as a material leaders were reported deadlocked today. and though nothing w ars.ud
the United States Russia
witness, was still/ undecided ,this today in their efforts to reacha : Our Of EnliMril lien i about the matters discus I
Great Britain and France relative : .
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morning whether or not he satisfa..tol'v understanding: Yellcm Sea i lit was indicated that the KI..'.
would take the stand: to the blockade question. I The strike entered its lath : I Itll (rwidilion in China the
witness day Suffer IVat'turr l i was nwI -
i iSkull ... ...
Mis. Roberts was expected \ spokesman for the neutral toda)'. i i > Tfcr t <..1.or" !-! t I I I Ixr subject considered, beiau
acre this af Hi noon to be on band delegates; said that as soon daanswers The sinkers are makin 11demands \llieiirliiiln SHANCMM' NnZ*.-Two: Chinese Ambassador Wellm,"' .
for the inquest She will piwbably one of which" is for an United States destroxers. the I K. talked with the Prebi*
ale received to the ques | .
l consult an attorney this after- increase of the hourly wage b\' Rolled (herFour Chandler and the Osborne. collided after the conference with M
tioru submitted to the representatives 25 The have I i i shall
ntxtn cents ship owners today during; maneuvers in
Whether Roberts has any expldQdtiwn of Russia and the Western offered an advance of 10 cents. I U. S. sailois were reported the Yellow Sea. ; Palestine and Berlin also u">,.
for the fact that he was Powers a series of conferences I The l.&t.s& truck driver arc I! injured, one seriously Three sailors were> knuikcd \ discussed by the President .i.iI i
seen .in company') of young will be eonuuctetu: Ccciu0 on a ..continuing their strike I when an automobile driven by overboard as the ships cish-d! r Marshall but no disclosure "A.
Ebanks Friday night and early I proposal to be sent the powers j I one of them struck a city truckon Two of them \te.e rescued bit made about the nature of ntaiks .'
(Continued On Page Seven that are parties to the dispute | Leaders Of BPW' COUNTY COMMISSIONERSTO I Roosevelt boulevard near the the third one has not yet been Secretary Marshall t n. "
I It was said that the currency : driveway leading to Dredgers found t Iv said that he would hold a pi.conference '
I .,
Question in Berlin will also be : Key at 3 p. m. ) terday. The danuict; to the Chandler! f late in the ftrm .r
i discussed by the neutraU Russian) Send i CONSTRUCT BRIDGE The seriously injured man was was slight. i hut the bow nt the : More figures were released t.,
I Meet Your Friends I' has been u. istini; on issuing; all : ThanksgivingNotes ; identified as William A. Bennett, Os.b.'rnv is 'I ushirt. ,' day about the cost to the Un>I. '
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atNORMANDY the currency in circulating ins 20 a member of the ciiw of theUSS -"--' !peaty
Berlin. ; To Members I OVER SIMILOR SOUND Trumpet Fish, a submarine China The Civil War M>cre i ,
1 BAR i!, whose> :skull was believed) to boo Palace Theater reached such proportions that i i., '

CASA CAYO HUESO I!:1 b\Emphast/ins women: in ;I 1943! the>Dr;gains K FrancesS made I \|I'pl Fur IVrinil l lo Y :I, U.fractul S. Naval ed. He Hospital was taken to the Irene Dunne and Charles Boycr in" south nd of To.China save China is gravely for the thr. t ".

TOP LUGGAGE : I Board Of Lis i'r'O bn'Ige i : .inrl .iiistwav across ann several billion dollars.
j 'I "sid"nt of the National ; ,., f Suniil.ii. man identified onlv as LOW.IValso News and ShortsThanksgiving .
Sivm(1 between Word was received taxi
Parisian I CARRIERS tton ol Businc., and Bride IM-IHI-. C Kn a member ol the TiumpttFiah I
IJ Fedt'ra-I ; Big liig ippitt and Geiger Key.Continued king that Geraltssuno Ch "
I He scratched and ----
U"mtn Clubs. Inc., today was only
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;, for ALL CARS !II ( On Page Light: ) (Continued On PuP Eifch! .
Atmosphere (Contmui On Page E <(<:oppittiiil C>t'i iper i biuiscd but city police said they
I I I !Hit.s Key \\. -Auto P.trl"1 -- -- ----- --- (Continued On Page Eight) Dinner

I. .. .. .. .. .. I,,121 DuTal St Phone 442 Monroecounty rnmruivsi""'"j-. i Server rl II A M. to I II I P.M. 4
POOR have I 'plied0 the Corps. Don't Forget! Big 1 SI.60 PER PERSON Marlite Enameled I
I I. A nn EnIOl"'I" this district' FOR SALE! FOR SALE! MENU
. ..... : in ThanksgivingDance '
STATION loi. a iximit id construe .i i fixed l | 1941 FORD $995 : Choice: June Cot:I Hail WmChnne <' S'i'i RUIN K LIMBERll
-(;tlla1l111I1l.Iril" I I CHARCOAL Francis at Division Phone 9134 ConvU Cpe.-Cant Be Beat! I i if Soup
lwar Line: OIL llralrr Inc. Turkey,: with Di.ssuu; ttii\v; TELEPHONE III
/;/r* /)"" (' I I BROILED STEAKS I f Trp US Grease. Spray otCelebrate FOR NAVARRO. I Mashed Potato C.in'htfl Yam.
..4 Change Your Oil i TONIGHT Opposite Bus Station i and Cranlxuv S. -
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1'1"rliI. ,Viir. 2.i. Perfect Drinks. A Real Artist. all,; SALE I Given Salad: IceMeed ---
the Piano Air Condition. .What
f> Hi / v /,.,'ARAUL'S - -- I Elks Club Annex .
i I i the Heck More Could Anyone'I :i !Ot oil ('holO'.r PumpkinPi MIAMI KEY WEST
1946 2-Door '. :M, IV'. F"1. C. kt'
; Desire For A GOOD DINNER? Plymouth. m. <
CLUB; I .] .llnrissiorl f / Sl.OO .. BARGE LINE. Inc.
I' ind( ( 'H'f .m. I lit C cain
Mu'ir by The Debonaires Sponsored by I r.' i 1/1/ ( [rf ( -- -
tible I
Thanksgivingwith I
'I"'II, | "i'rl h\ Sw.htf.f| thelinldii KEY WEST GOLF CLUB Also Serving Children's Plate
I .if MII' your Family 8c Friends at 1941 Chrysler. 4Door.6Cylinder I i Delmonico Restaurant "pxI Barge La-are-..
Benefit of Ceylon Missions El Prado Restaurant 218 Duval. Street Phone 518 lIi", ..;. Thur. 'm. J ,
\ilni. : 7.;>f' .IVr IYr.on I STOCK ISLANDANNOUNCING I ';'ate- 615 DUVAL STREET
i i.t i. . . n_ __ I 1941 Studebaker. Coupe -
Ideal For Your Will Have a Magnificent :
11940! Plj mouth. Door I I

I I'' Let's All Be Thankfulat I 1940 DeSoto. Doer ThanksgivingDinner ThanksgivingDay I Celebrate Thanksgiving by Having :1

i 1949 Studebaker. /2-ton
I Stake BodyStudebafer
to Lou Smith's Auto Service EL PRADO I'niiijil.iii "';f' DINNER

COFNER of WHITE and FLEMING STS. PHONE NO.5 RESTAURANT 3/4 ton 9 hire l'if; ill /"/!<..." II Itn ////IfItincil lf 1,it\t' III.I.u..r"f'THANKSGIVING
I'ii,"k-up and l).'licrM.iml.ml \ Closed at 3 P.M. Tomorrow ; Jilt ll//i ( fvnoir DAY

Gt\, mill Oil ltI'rudurh, ROAST TURKEYCelery TWINS GARAGE Perez Bros. Bakery C": ", 1lrl,. 5atiifueliutlOPEd ; DINNERAlso

liiuir H"I'Iir- Mulor lniuiii| I .Iurtr Friendly : 11 f.M. 230 PM
.. Dressing 4 n/\ 1025 White St. Phone 1463 I 5 P.M. 9:00 P.M. Our Regular MenuBrin3
I Lu! ri<.iliou aiiitl Spra. .ill;: Mashed Potatoes V V W I' ilk t the Entire Family-Child'% Plate at 'r Price:
Salad , I 1'l'11111tut(' 769Ji I'lt-i.w "'/1011" J.J for lirxrrmliiHixScrn
CIVILIAN and NAVAL PERSONNEL I I _"llllldlllUlllla!! iihiii' imiiiiimtii:minimum iiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"I've = ..
I I CORDIALLY INVITED TO TRY OUR SERVICE I ..g from 11:00 A.M. to 10;30 P.M. I
i --. -- --- I Got News For Your II | :a28: FLEMING STREET
I I.flllrlf'mu! l'rm"I"! Im'/'I'I: Ilonest! mmiiiiim iiiimiimmiimiiCAYO '

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= SERVED: FROM 1;00 P,M. to 3 00 P.M.

E ANNOUNCING I :' Call the Famous Cnet of Paris NADOU S27& | I
, I I Bar and Dining Room Services Continue Hotel La Concha
! H for Your Reservation .. I 4 4r
,| Until 2:00 A.M.
: Grand Opening of the v r $3.50 Thanksgiving Dinner | |

g (From 1:00: P.'oI.: to 10:00: P.:\1 = i( South Beach Patio Restaurant I j jI Suggests You Enjoy 3

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E. 917 SIMONTON STREET 3 nmiimiimummi---- 1111111.;.m',imiii>: *: 7-/ IAXKSGIVWG! DA Y ?, I. rH'r,' Hoorts Mixer) Fruit Juice Cocktail Cocktail Oliv; I

Thursday. Nov. 25th .-OUP. CJccir Green Turtlo-aux Quenelles mart bJieit j
E from 30 AM. f9PM// .
Dou Miss Serving .l Bake-1 North Western Tom Turkey Chestnut Drw- ; ., I
: ( ,./r'brnfr' r/uinAifU! !: iril/i liS and, (M in the 1,1,51, Thuuksziriug 1)(1VTURKEY Cranberry Sauce

: II" trill lilr;.'(' lu pile 3011ro/,irrtne : I Iat Once Again We are Happy to Giblet Gravy :

: rimllif/ best futxlt in (f tleaiitittil ( i. DINNER ""' *: Whipped Potatoes New English Prm :
add to Your Dining Pleasure
: Head Lettuce and Tomato Salad
pleasant atmosphere '
Hot Polls; Cuban Bread Corn M"(H: .
Benny's Place Delightful continuous Dinner :- DESSERTS: Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce
COMPLETE 3 : Our Own Cocoanut Cake Pumpkin Pie 4
j 905 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 721-W Music Throughout the Evening Vanilki-Chocolcle or Butter Pecan PIe :

: TURKEY SANDWICH . 50c 3 v .. : Coffee or Iced Tea :
()i>eu 7 A.M.Ioll\ T.M. Fret and Policy Renum ...:harlged|t I *- 1

: OPEN 7 to 12 SERVING BREAKFAST. E 52.50 :

: LUNCH and DINNER I 'lr Our DhllllUls. I Kl.MI: I'll I I Make Your Re ervatmn Now by Calling H79: I .. Serving 12 Noon to 8:30 P. M. :1

t : Including KEY LIME. STRAWBERRY and COCONUT .. 4
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.. t Hj* 2uij 3&rst ((!EftfsrttKmm LIMELIGHT ON KEY WEST I Radio Programs

1>............ IAn,. Ea..pt 8un sir hwRM3.1r.. 'liT', I" ARTMA'. oMn Mr,. B.Mfea.... r..Ii..r Mafaa.e Here i is corroboration with emphasisof :: 87 The Associated Press Z' : CRUISE ;
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-Z ->r..r <:Tn r....n.<.'ttli a.."n Ana KuildmeC .Streetstf.ly what The Citizen said, the Thursdayafter IJ IJ7
: Lady \.."aiM-r in X.jr \\..M and Daytime Summary .
,. 5 Munro CountytMl Election Day, of the widespread Selected' program* at lifted bt'aw, BY EMILY NOBLE

-: eLl. at K.y. U....t. Florida. as eonrt class matter publicity) that President Truman would I are dap through broadcast Fr.dap.the. same Time t.ne is eastern Mon. AI "..".."'... Enjoy the delights of! I
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M.-.....:" OK Till: .%..+CMITFU PRF.. Rive Key West, resulting in thousands of standard hour Far central' .tarlI.rcl subtract ..... Park \rcnUP ocean cruising t
i one ; for mountain' .te.
Std. A M-ite4 IT.-" luiltrly entitled to and: two hours.I CHAPTER 6 Ion' the roof. I would have gone I bad marner luxurious ocean en
!>..fur rr|>r>:tiM ii.n <>( ;III"'I; dl.pstrhes credited people from all overthe country wishing to 1 lover if Joe hadn't caught nrve" I Iftom: uu-< swells sue 'xu.ic5 for vacation trip to
i.. "Jl ... act 4th. <-rwt.r rvditril l in his paper and HER :a.l .... } ...I! h. .-. winter I "Mother: of God save us. over
iwun "utoli"hood T come here the coming : NOV. 22 THROUGH NOV. 26 toward the unguarded old woman crossed herself quickly. I made Rosalie ht Mtate about going
'I B"..HIPTION IITR" Dr. and :Mrs. C. "'. Johnson of Lawton edge of the roof and sure death I -You're all right now- You'-esure way out there to b" a !rweli twr- .
Morning -Ix floors below The second .
-csle Tear I1ZOO j : st'lf. Now we weft -il glad to see
*t M <"!. :: ...::.:::::==-- ceo: Michigan, arrived here three days 5 Honeymoon la V. T.-tt. I cream never cam, because he{, y uaren't hurt'It's TVe he0' but aren't ae .J lot gladder HAVANA1Paris I
-var.. Month .. _.._.,_...__......_ 3.woAlittNTIMV Breakfast uubabaaISttamyar& i moved too Before I the least of the hurts I ?"
.. .I.. )I.'h .. .. ._.. "" _"'_____.._..,__..._ L ago to pass the next five monthsin Fo'llts! -cb: swiftly. the, had this :' 'eek. The very least'PAT to see her come back: again ;.
"....I) ... '_ .. ._ n .......-.__ .%, '.30-Tb* Clv IaBdaire second sound could come she was I 1t There were clxerS and roars
their *-afe* up safely in his arms and he was raised his hand for
... Key West, and are residing at Bob Fool Chow-mb* catrfe$. ,joining in. his arms approval Joe :
: MtTKHi softly."You're I clear,
10:00-Fred tenor Show murmuring pi i, and Tufty I attent:on.rvnemg. HIS voice wu f
:v.Application winter home at 1119 Washington .street. -ob'* J 1 1I ; great bags of! the Americas
Music For Yon all I .
-etas .right got you still ryllng;fifs> shoulders triumchantly. -
HH: The Citizen Mr Story Drama-abo Don't wiggle." I 'But I' want to know why !I where you can night-club
r 'L % ITII R Dr. Johnson told : j :Lo',;ie dragged him off but I you
.,AH r..4l.c nxi "I afraid. Take-take b had Rosa hone o you can shop r
The t m me only < f i is Oortfrey (Jour-con j
reujxrl. obituary "E\er in Michigan talking
n.-lko-n. be
etc will body
-*.arr4 for at th. rate >.( I Io cents a line > Sap It With 3tusics11:00Kay ; |I I down from here." lie and dropping his.'bundles onto tonight, and after" I've made ous Latin way of Lie. Yourtrip
:4k-n for entertainment by churches. from about Key \Vest because of President Truman's Kyser Show-a b* ] "You needn't be afraid when I the table Tall to catchher in his I announcement 1 11 bo ready t-> there and back will
a. whfch rr. ..M.. In to \.. derived. ire :. rents a linetliifH 11.45-Serial* <3> bra. .)-ctii: I great aitoft."It's argue it bare fist or gloves I with
". <.. s U an ",.. n (.rum and inUtfa disr visit here after his;; election andtve1'body > Smoky Joe carries you. It's what that wants that pteasure. be high spot il
1 1I It's at 'on* a you go
.f the
.*. .i. ..( pul.li. is.,,. .. ..n.i ".ij. ,. ..f i I.n.al ..r Aft.-. i I m trained for. And Tw beenhopin' > queen. alt of
.. ....-e. ral intrr.-. bat n Mill n'"t publish anonynn.tntHHiuBK is anxious to come here to seethe 13:00-Re'.eom. Trav Tvr*-ab. I to hav@thisbe.\l Rosalie." 't Rosalie means a lot to tell usbut
r< an.I arMEMBER Kate Smith Haf-Hour-mbe! I I chance day* Tufty shrieked te Bias: Rosalie dont think I need to
s city that the President chooses as his 12:30-Words and ilu.ic-nbe! some and was instantly shaken until You bow I feel about her. Some of
rail: SJitcr: at Luncn-tnb She clung to him. Her whole his teeth rattled. Mrs. Monahan you wondered. I kno*. why I
a. Little White House 00-UusIc: Half Hour-nUt body was shaking. But he still roared to be picked up. Pat beganto didn't make a great fuss lat: P&Othe
Only one difficult will face Key :IS-Happy Gaot-nibs held her Own when they were dance Rosalia wildly bout the week. After all my swi-tthean: '
ZW-Doeble: or XoU'lncbe on the stairs. Men were beginning room. As if it wasn't enough was leavm' m*. But I knew she
1948 West during the ,,'inter"a> tourists will wish to ,stay here, the city will Z:30-Seri.l.'-Juces| for roe a Day 3H-fcrv rubs,. (cursing at a damnable snowstormthat ed bv Mrs. Feeney waving a bottle ."
-nbs had ruined the spring. They "
\LY I Bride and GI'OOI1I-abo Everyone was talking at once, "Joe. romantic way fo go to
be unable to accomodate all of them. But I The Hop, Cb: st-Mb* I stopped in amazement at sight of shouting trying to get to Rosalie. It was Rosalie, white-faced. He Board the S.S. Florida .
Joe and his burden. He cried
-v e that condition should not create uneasiness J-OO: -Ijdrrs Be SeateO- 'b out who had a wild frightened look put an arm about her fntnlv. "Wehave i
any Red to them gaily. in Miami Monday
Benson Shew-mb* in her yes. Even Tuffy was to tell them darlin'. They're .i( any
"' among Key Westers, for they may I:39-Tb* Hoas Party-eb. I .Wh it's a beautiful day. See dumb for once. Lottie's voice rose our friends every one-.ncludi-j cr Friday. by 6 p.m. By
Ozark "alleyolkn.b.! what I found tryin' to climb wind- Lottie when she's out o' -wor:". '
cold of
as an
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST be sure that the greater demand for accommodations 4:00 Second-Hint Hunt Quiz-cb. down a chimney like Santa Claus." and as relentless.icy No we won't stop to laugh beI I I morning you're in !

; ADVOCATED BY THE IiiIZLzIw the greater will]] be the 4:30-.Winner Uoneyiuoon Take *II- I OO-1'.ury: Band-cbs Rosalie. Tell us the news." what they want to know'"' be happy. Rosalie *ent out to Sunday night. Berth and
number hotels and
of apartments cottages K, d.t.e. Hour west repeats. t br. : Women came out of kitchens. There was a :udden: silence California: to tell her gold-plated fine meals at sea included ,
L More Hotels tad Apartments. constructed to care for tourists. A case in .... aI-abo t and Bibs 1 1 I I Everyone called greetings and Every face turned toward the girl suitor that she couldn't marry in fare. V
& Beach and Bathing Patilion.X. I i iI : wanted the news. Joe's rolling expectantly. It seemed as if all him because she didn't love hln your $46'Round
..I. point i is the Hotel La Concha. In 1924. The 1! laughter covered Rosalie's silence were holding their breaths. She and she did love a cockeyeti.muleeared trip only .
Land and Sea. I i '
AJiporte- City published an article about the l'l Joe talked a blue streak too. until turned her frightened white fare knock-knitd youn- ,.... Teue
--, 4. Consolidation of County and he thrust open ba mother's toward Joe. lie smiled and held fireman at home by the stupid V
: City Governments. great demand for accommodations in Key Time I. eastern at ""araf. Ferten.trai 'I kitchen door and carried his up his hand."I I name of Joe Monahn.: Thi.t's whY .
: standard subtract ens hear, ter burden in. His motherwas think Rosalie will let me tell she went -and why hl'S back Far tw. week. .l.rtm.. Octobw
precious ,
J 8. Community Auditorium. result which the
; West as a of late Carl mountaIn standard subtract ice 10 will .u kern MIOM Mo.
ho..r. Some local stations chance in her armchair. Lottie still you the secret Remember it was here now. i dc & Tbw.dar >bas H.''=.
,-.-. Aubuchon promoted the construction of hour of relay to fit tocal 'acheal..I.. stood defying her. Lottie turned just a week ago tonight that we Hurrah for Curly" ::.., a Seuwdeya: 1-f
Last minute program changes ten.not Joe her such farewell It little Tut'Chi.Men dot* aaiia.
open-mouthed as fairly gave; a grand was n Acrobat dry **
M La Concha through the Miller IJoii'hnj: be included.WEDNESDAY slumped the girl into his mother's party Well, she couldn't exactly the back who found his voice from M:ami No.4 1 I II *csacsa.tSonoe 1 .rwrU.aoa

= Company.This. lap spoil it by telling you he didn't! first whether he wo first to understand Noe........cI horn Miww
MONOGRAPH NOVEMBER 24 i iIvtai1y I "Here *'e are Ma. I broughther want to go could he'; !" II or not. The next moment Not 12. !rein Hu- K
= has been Key West's best year in I home. And were hungry." "Didn't want to go!" gasped pandemonium broke loose. Joe
Jrw !Stalin, building construction, and indications t Lottie Monahan's vast arms Lottie. "Why-" I caught Rosalie in, his arms and J
.; The Kremlin, : arethat I '.00-News Report Every l-DaJI'-cbs)Iln.nbeNswscast .I hugged the girt "I knew youd Monahan had gotten to her kissed her so she couldn't speak.Fats Ste your travel agent for reservations -
I next year will be better Key West Network Silent Hour-*.bce4tKiddies come back. I knew you couldn't feet unaided and a fat hand roar rose oy'-=r everything. or write to the P. k O
nu yialltr I Hour (repeat-abc-ueet I stay away and leave us aU brok- muffled hedaughter and hauled Get out the bottles Its z office, MustMunicdyal
limited in
though terrain still has
:..; many Network, Silent. (1 hr.)-ml>s-eajt 1 1 tnl-earted But faith. you're all her back. There was a quick: I party. It's the real thing this
I ;.G Joe: Kiddies Hour repeatrobsart1:15Sports ; P
hundreds of lots on which structures maybe w>.l. And your stockin' is tore. laugh. Joe joined it and grinned."My -time"
nt Pier
Music Time > No. *
:. worM I : Pusalfe stood up slowly. fellwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww I.> sister has learned rotten (To be coutiueedjand -
If the nations of the yielded run and TluitkscitiitK-ibi. !
erected. still I
Detter there are a --- i-...:_ Phone '.7CD! 'i
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to' all your demands jut and unjust, you thousand old buildings! here, man of them Lowell Thomas (repeat II>-cb i f
7:-CO-Supper Club-obe-basio would work with the 1 hicplgovernments i
till' would ask for more. Your appetite hacks, that could be pulled down and Th. ,ISeulab SKit-cb o I INews Theater May 1|I :':so i i.l 1 welfare or- i' 4
and Ctnnmentarv-ab. I TODAY'S
: for power i is insatiable modern structures put on the site. Some uKoD .L...s. Jr.-nits i 1'I ;:ianizatr. -
715-News ana Comment ob the ro", ."'" I
= THE ORACLE thing of that kind will be done to meet the Jack Smith Show-...bsl Get Delinquents( I Under-age committees of m'nor wa" y to'o.' HI Cu6a. )
i >uJy Comn.enUry-abe i BIRTHDAYBy offences would be handledover !
demand for more accommodations.The Di:lucr Date-m bs Arroul.i 'n .dick y N. 'EMS rrMa
t to the social welfare .n,1, M'.Dt". ,. 3 a test
7:30-Sn-oothies T 10-nbaUab I SINGAPORE-'I.t-Sln(' apore.s group .. :.
limelight i is on Key We t. Crosby Club-cbs I (UP) Newsfeatures to help work or alt !in the children's .Havana "ember .. ....11 Ua. I
WE SHOULD BE THANKFUL I L.ne Hunger Drama at. juvenile b. .t.4 Sm'" a ra- "
WHY delinquents max sentenced .
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New Comment-mb* J.....ws.w I playhouse ThE'fafter .Su\.nilwr I ill He' ie .
7HComn.ntllbe I to a term in the cmidrrn's' their "time" has been served .eber ill1Pn.1bt
The Communti!' Party of the United ALBEN WILLIAM BARKLEY. .
= November New B..dcast-b. i theater It's a new idea fur handling they could return to the theater j cr,*NheSed-O.ws./M,
In proclaiming Thursday, States works inside the law and the Cpn- .03 Sports-(Clondie comment& Dag.ood-Dbe-mbsI I I born NOT. 24. 1877. in a log cabin wayward children' recentlyTlie ,I voluntarily and help run it. i', eisret* ....ic..t cr|*rates. .

ll.'ith, as a day of national thanksgiving stitution and outside the Contsitution with .):r. Chameleon, Drama-tb. I In Graves County Ky.. son of a I suggested: her filE rtiwnut a ocetccim! t t ttACKsamnuE

I .; ami, 1 calling upon the citizens of this coun- intent to get control any way it can. 1.30-Greet Tn Cam. Amateur To.Cildereleev.-ob.Top This Hour--solo ate I '5 tobacco. Graduate farmer of- I staffed proposed with yoluntjiyvorktn theater would: be- life Some of only May six flies hours haan adult i. FLORIDa .e6.

I trr to observe the day by giving thanks 1rr. Christian Drama-cb. j e n t I i .1
Marvin Col-I ___
High l Ad eutur Drama-tbs ------- -- --- -- ---- _
I :.. "Almighty: Cod for the bounties which OUR FAITH IN THE YOUTH 8:55-H Gardner Sa>_mb* I I lee Emory ':". ';

:. have been bestowed upon our nation." -- 9.W tour-Tfa.Song Duffy and Tavern Mine--cbs b ak College' and the y
Milton Merle Com -d aboCvuriel V nivt isity." o f
: I President Truman in his proclamation I Hundreds of thousands of young men llealter. Curomeutmb.ftbNes. Vi,ginia I a w

calls attention to the 'richness of our, I and women! all OVer the United States : )DoadcastmbsgripD'rtr.et school. he became 3
Attorney D'ama-nb* t
i JJ ing." have recently resumed their studies in James- Melton Concert-ibs I a lawyer Little Minute for CokeBig
t. "u"bolan; : Qu.z-abe ,
z The President notes! that: the schools] and colleges of the nation. Family T ....ier-.b. /:1 I w i in S.f\
9:5>-New* for t )tiautes-mbs c.ofob hoine-
((1)) "The spiritual endowments of The ambition, the enthusiasm and the 10.00-Th.: Eift Story Dramaab.Time's f t ,

." our country are undiminished; ideals of these young people are of striking I*.as Crosby a waariicl Show-ubc s ;/ town Paducah.

.' (i) "We may, as always walk as free I significance. Marked mostly by its 10:50 Manhattan-Curtain Tun FUIIUUSK: Dra iia--nibs ot>. 1 I Alton eotklev niadt A him"mulebackcampaign" pro Rest for Workers

":: niun unafraid ; absence, as compared with other groups, Capital Meredithillxon C'oakroom'I Show-cbs-aeo !HK attcint.\' :. sod a cut'I'I .

:. ((3)) "Our harvests have been bounti- i is the greed awl selfishness, that distin- Dante tr.-mb.: I bugg.campa.gn sent him tot I c/
11OJ-Newt: Variety I Ara.cbeNess < Congress: in 1913. Elected to the !
fill our production of goods abundant ; guish the calculated policies of older Dancing U'Jul"-abo .
"" per- Ness, Uanc band; < S brs.-tub* Senate in 1927 he became FDR's I
: ((4)) "Our resources have permitted 11:13-:News tt Variety to 1-nbe "Dear Alben:' I

u'to aid the needy and helpless of other sons.The Citizen has never been among the 12"00-Dancing Continued-abcit II I "
sat The term "filibusters" first
lands; calamity-howlers who insisted t .
our applied to pnatis and later to'!
.7 ((5)) "We are privileged to participate young people are "going to the dog..." Your Horoscope eitileru of the United States who I

.: inrinternational efforts to advance human They are the greatest asset of the nation intervened without government:
.. \VED\ESDY. NOVEMBER: sanction in favor ot Latin American .
welfare; and throughout the world the great hopeof 24 1948-The nature it>ulting I revolutions agaHlst Spain

_j ((6))) "We are profoundly grateful for the human race. We have faith in them from this dav is vis>iunur\'. but It.

the existence of an international forum and trust in their development implicitly.! I carries with it a furl ,' that rt'n-I / I i
= ders many. of the ideals \ Beware CoughsFrom i
where differences among nations may be Of course it is not given to the eyes of I practical There is a danger of

.; submitted to world opinion with a view to the youth to see with the wisdom of age contention litigation perhaps actual -I Common Colds vIj
: physical c-onflut There is a i
s harmonious adjustment. but many older people would give all the I
strong probability of a certain That HANG ON. !
Thereupon, the President calls wealth that ,
upon they have accumulated to amount of success in lue but the '

thv-M|-;'ople of the nation to pray "not only repossess the tine spirit of youth, and to tx dor the spirit macome out j Crcomubion: relieves promptly because '
"f the it goes right 10 the seat of the trouble
fray !much battered
in the spirit of Thanksgiving!" but also as face the world as a brave adventure e, determined to help loosen! and expel germ lade I'
supplicants for wisdom in phlegm and aid nature to soothe and I
our approach to -- -
to make an unselfish contribution i heal raw tender, inflamed bronchialmucousmembranes.TteUyourdtuggise
thy problems confronting this nation." to the upholding and consolidation of Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good j I

Calling attention to the dignity of man what we call civilization.An STAR BRAND with to sell the you understanding a bottle of/: you Cceomulsioa must like I Ij

_-. and his right to live in freedom and peace, AMERICAN I the wry it quieklv allays the coughor ,. I

he suggests that ask "divine COFFEE lou are to have our money backCREOMULSION
we guidance unintentional error may be absurd I. and CUBAN

in helping safeguard these gifts for our- but it is not as sillv as some of the snorting -Trr A Pound Today_i I rwlua

.- elves. and other peoples of the earth." that often follows it.REMEMBER. for Coughj.Chest Colds.BronchitisFOR drtj

: In addition to the bounties which have -- I I iw* -.>fa _
been l bestowed upon us, the President THE PANAYf .. ... .... ..:

calls", upon the people of this country to .

.: resolve to "render generous assistance to About tenears I/
ago, a Japanese f SAiE.
".: the hungr and homeless in other lands. plant] attacked the warship l'almy. in II

thus renewing our devotion to the cause Chinese waters, with the result that

L at! ,;'. Od-wiU among men." Americans were killed or else tied for''I. ,

1 While there may be many differences their lives into the reeds that lined the I I i.I.i.I. "t

:7:: of pinion to the political
as \'iew expounded foreign riser.If 1 i Whitei .

:-: b.\ the Chief Executive of this ever tht.ret...; a wanton :Ltt.Il'k''[:: ,

; natittn.,there will be little dissent from upon( the ship of a nation at peace. theI I / C e

-. the general terms of this Thanksgiving Panay attack by the Japanese was it. Sur- i| NEWSPRINT 4 4

proclamation. call attention to what I pn.singlthere was no great wave of indignation Ii .4 t

President Truman says )because, in the in the United States and the l; 4 : ..--
.T r-Aoih; of )busy days !come' of overlook] J : 1....
us> people of this
country, as a whole did = 500 Sheets : !
4 the facts and i 4 eI .
to which he not demand that the nation act with I) 25cArtman 4 I .

'_ calls" our attention. I boldness and courage in defending itssailors. '= .. ,4t. -: ",..

... :r.l1! is eminently fitting for the people ] I/1:1 /2. )41 ..;..;--- ..

m.. of i Key West to give thanks!' to Almighty We are among those who want peace ,::1 -

dod for the amazing bounty that has come among the nation of the earth but we '!: THE : ."

:U to us in the realm of 4 '
spiritual and material hope never to live to see another day 41
:.;: things. Press
when an American warship will be dehb- .4'

eratel attacked with such impunitv HeI I .OtUre CNDI. AVTNOiITT
: Have you sat in on a conference !l t CITIZEN :4/I Of Toe COCA COtA COMPANY"" ,,
and gardless of the desire for peace no nation BUILDING + PHONE 51 KIWKST: coau-oi.v: ) (: itoni.iM. ) '
-:. listened to the bright 1105a tell >ou how can afford to allow cold-blooded :,Iill ; COMIP : .\>Y
aggressors .................................,.l
:- piuch money: inel.ody eLse ought to pive* ; to deliberately kill its citizens. J l. C 194',f1Io C.... C4" leap up

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Jrlrpaxtk t.or the Advertisers

1i $tpf.s., own peant.4s .... P"-.EJVT
....,'*'..-as oven Pee-moot for .. ....lfl -d ./lrortlncv _.
......tJo I. fovariacly in ads. bat
wevot'tiaemegta under anon. bead reenter advertisers with ledger .*-
Y srili be nerte4 ,hi Tbf itlm at _.... mat hare their .dnt-
the rt -CIt *o u>e4 *"* ears m- _:th ehargsd.aertioa .
bit time oilAitiMtfn Charge f nrthe PI 8LlCA 1pv D&A.n.a
first 11 nvftu or IBM is Mo To theme pubacatinn. copy meat
J| ThBrate lorL tmr aep. U 3 to.. Joe inorkxk The .'itln,, ofr..,. b..t...... 11
"i goo. and 4ta ninimiMn charge for In the mornng .I the dal
I I tat first ij s.ot lp +. 45. vf yeblicatlu0.

A.yi AH .O.erttata& w c pt" ender the following conditluna: In tM
event .f efvwr I* advertising, (ra.t.imt or contract. The CHIzrn will be
respenttble anly Oar the unit ktrervioe In .--t......... Adeerttetasand tft
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1t 1938 Packard6". four-dour se-

*4 | For Sale Cheap tiatrs, beds, dan. Good tires, radio and

tables, vanities, floor lamps heater. Can be seen at Tony's

'1 lV 7 rugs, etc Come out and make Auto Body Shop C03-6Q-

us en offer. Tel. 1300, Cs.a Greene Street: nov20-
t Marina HoteL Hov2Z-3t

1941 Ford convertible club coupe

Two stationary wash tubs, com.:i Radio and heater. Top and
I!! plete with baue and fautvts.j paint two weeks old. Inquire

101 Prtronia nov22.3t Tony's Auto Body Slop COX

tP> PhotoW. I 1 605 Greene Strtit. nov O-Ct
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G. BROADFOOT. JR. (center), president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce,*jWjlvm gtoa. : Furniture for three looms, in- 1940 Plymouth tudur soUun

N. C, points eat Spanish moss to visitors from Donors. Pa-.. on a toyr cf historic OttOJ'p1n-I I chiding Westinghouse console Make offer. See Charles M

taUon near Wilmington. The 4C.odd pir'sons. foIl sufferers from the recent smothering fog,WILt: ',I radio and love birdu. 39-2: Smith 419 William Street

killed 20 persons t* Donor ore spending a wee: in Wilmington and nearby Wr>gbU.illj Btach ,, Poma.na nov23-3tx i after ti P.M. no\22,3t

with all expenses paid by the Jcycees. i
1937 Pontiac 8. good mechanical
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| shape, repainted, rcupnolstcrro.i .
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National t Jefferson Davis, later. presidentof Guest house 2 blocks from new i Price, $550. 801 Eaton Street
Organizations HelpTo the confederacy, fncquraged beech, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths,!i nov22-6tx

Sell More Savings Bonds the importation of camels into I, Epvftment for owner complete-
the United States in IRIS when Iv furnished, electric kitchen. 1U48
-:- ".."t:": he was secretary of war I jGooJ income?. Must be sold Studebaker Champion-
et once heal sacrifice.'Eerma.t door F.quipp..t. $1850. A-1
condition 107-C PomcianaI
The Corn Belt extends from By owner. Box R.A.W.o
I I Ext. ov23 2tx
Nebraska and Kansas to the Appalachian Citizen nov15-tf -

plateau of eastern: |I I -1 i i -

j| Stock Island, over 400 ft vcetn ,
I I wish to thank those who sogenerously front Bargain. Mist be sold Gray marine engines and service.
C. H. Smith opposite Firestone
helped me when my at once. Mr. Kitty. c/o Citizen -
,I Station, Marathon. novl-Imo
place was destroyed by fire. Also nov 15-tf
wish to thank Mr. Joe Cruso--.

agent of Atlantic Mutual Ir.ur-j FOR SALE BUSINESS PLACES Mercury outboard motor 10 hp,
ance Companv for his wonderful excellent condition. $180. 3f>Cl

cooperation in getting matters Harris Avt>nlle. Pliune 827-J.
settled so quickly. j I Soda louotam, sundry hnd mag a- no\23-4tJt

B. SANCHEZ, I sine busute A real nwj>ntI >.
Blossom Place. I maker. Laving quartets Fum ,
12' bottom skiff. All
I isned All stock copptr-
nov2iltxWANTEDEMPLOYMENT I equipment, riveted ceams 1217 Petionta
and fixtures An excellent t-
Street nov23-4tx:
I| year lease at a bargain priotj .
Washington. D. C.-O. E. Peterson (left), nfcutire secretary ef luurttoa II j Owner has too many interest;
.. .l Kiwanfct, chairman .! the Trcmkry committee IHI nationalrfaaaations. I I FOR SALE-FLOWERS.
accepts citation from Secretary e' the Treasury John W. Experienced desire i i to operate Phone 432-W.
Jtnjder IriChtl. in behalf of all the civic, fraternal veterans and ....lDeA.* secretary position l\.U-'t PLANTS AND SHRUBS
sreups over 50.000 ).mkcldaal local clabs. for their centmuiifcfcfforU U add 42 Rest Beach Phone .
mere Americans t* the rolls of reimlar bond buyers thrtJMp either the 1519-J. nov24 3tx,I
payroll savings or the bond-a-month plans W II Excellent bar for lease Cttttral ; Porling De Koche, palm, crotons
i cactus, hibiscus. frangipanis,
I location Running. Complete
-- -- BUYSecort'd '
I s t e p h a n ou. bougainvillaea,
_l I stock fixtures and equipment.I

Communists Steal TreasureRANGOON hand Spinnet 'or' small I'I your rent and inventoryand '.. aratias Southasd. Street Other, Phone plants. l03J.I 1004.

piano. Ca h. Phone 2S9J.I I I take over Cash register I 1 ?
novl 24 2tx
I Season business snoujkl triple
Communists, occupying the sleepy vour investment heUe Call

village of Pavabvo: : 20 miles ea-1 of the, rail junction of Pigu hit. ; FOUND 432.W. nov 4-2t ,I FOR MISCELLANEOUS
what pmved to be more than "pay dirt." ; t

The Peds faced the threat of agovernment t License plate No. 2-Y-636J. California -: FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS |I White enamel. $2.75. Outsiae
attack They decidedto ; Owner may have sjrnej! white paint, $Z. S and S37a per

",lJg inAccident." Big Ruins Found by calling iit 910 Fleming St.. I I: Overseas Hotel, low raten Coffee gallon up 50-ft. lz" garden
i ''I hose $: 9a Doherty & Co. S46
and paying fv this aov. ;
lather than design I shop, bar. noi2-!ot Olivia._ Phone 1507 novl-tf

guided their picks to a spot ncn'24-lt ..
In Crimea i
where sijeais previously GARDEN AND LAWN !!! FOR RENT-APAR1MENTS '. Bundles of old newspapers at 1-

Pl gu's wealthiest citizen, U Stin ': SUPPLIES !i, AND ROOMS cent each bundle Iiquue at
Win -buried his riches when the MOSCOW- VI") -The ancient I I i ________ _______________ The Citizen Office. nov 20-tf
city of Ulurat mentioned by "
Japanese overran Burma Tame Capuchins monkev Very The Stut HoteL 410 Fleming
The Communists uncovered Ptclmv, has been utx-overed rare specimen Stays tame.I I| Street, has an efficiency aptI Tricycle vary good cordition Big

two large chests. They pried tine : "Evening Moscov." said the liosporvk Key West Gulden &. Lawnj I and; severs sleeping rooms va- enough: for 6--t'ar-old Phone
open-and tound it crammed Archeological Expedition Supply Co. 014 Fleming St. cant. Low weekly or monthly 490.U, 923 Division
with ..rlen'y and Jewelry. Ruing the writing of Plolmj, unearthed Tel. 1019. mA20tf rates. novl-tf nov22-3t
Government troops arriving at remains of the city about I

Paybvo found ro sign of the ten. fee*.below the surface in a HELP WANTEDFEMALE.Experienced fOR RENT APARTMENTS Excellent Ka Lange. 22 x 38. 4- i
Communists But Stein WIn who ].ill> area not far from Kenh,'jn I burner, oven, bi'oiler_ storage

gate the safety of his hidden 'the Crimea dress maker capableof I Furnished 2'z-room apartment. di awel-s. Flat top dose down
Si-companied them to m\esti The ruins of Ulurat are now $35. 916 Windsor Lane.nuv241Lr.
fine detail woik Full lime'WOJ Utilities furnished $!5.00 week- cover
evidence : being talked of a Kerch Point ;
treasure. found plentof as
k. No alterations. Phone Sea Isle 915
ly. Apartments
I to'
of their recent presence. pel. The discoveries are said 1366-W for interview. I
Windsor Lane. nov8-tf '
The larger <.1 the two chests, con be the most nistoncallv sigmfi nov23-3tx Personally designed Christmas
gold jewelry and cunen-"'' found in many years in ,
taming cant I I care1; at the Marshall Studio in
than 13000* Russia.ifllliNIHIfntplu1HU11Hi'9MINSs3llnlliitlflllftb.. I Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and
worth inure Lane. Also walldn'OI'.tions
cy Bar tendereite (lad for bar dispensing -: Telegraph
i bath. Maid and janitor services -
had disappeared
pounds sterling and handmade g.flaof
) complete charge .
had decided I : linen and utilities furnished
The 2 A.M: distinction.
6 P.M.
to Pleasing1 per-
that prestige wealth was preferable to; What's Doing : sttnality Sober honest. A; Hotel Apartments. Summer, opposite rates. Coral Post! no\2-1-26-29-3tx

For Sein Win there was some S ,. at the I, good proposition. Cl1II32W.nov24-2t. Office. nov9-26tx, Opportunity-12" Duo horn-a
consolation The smaller chest I .
ARMED 1 Bicntwood Hastings tubes und
wars untouched It contained ap ,i I Furnished Electric
: '. .AI.C.A. '. Wanted-B-r maid. Apply in. apartment condensers A superior tWII-
iO.O:O pounds stH- Children welcomed.
dentely kitchen.
pro the 1 Jackson Square. Whitehead 'I' person, 3 to 1. Weavers aim record changer, t('mpoi:ir-
way: Sem Win learning and Southard Streets.umlJlllll1llhlllWillllllllllMlmmllllllllnlllllllll' nov24.tf; Re'jpnable rates per day or ilv installed in an old Victoi
hard wav has removed its contents I season. 909 Elizabeth Street phonograph case. No rvlm

to a place' "f g:ea'n safety I nov20-tf
916 Windsor Lane
Table girl wanted: Prefer service Cheap.
-a local bunk. (MONDAY: man's wife to train The Hur! n.\4-1tx:
i! 9:00 P.M.-Juke Box dance. Efficiency apartment couple
Overseas Coffee Shoppenuv24
__ leys, 1
I "Truth or Consequences -tf $20.00 v. fkly. Utilities in- n..br's: Shoo-Flj" roikti Like

N.C.C.S. Quiz Show"TUESDAY I eluded Call 1021-J. new. Phone 353-II. nov24-3t\
: I STORAGE nov20-4tx
i 7 30 P.M.-Shuffle board ses- I ,
1021 Dural Street siesta on the patio II I
Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor FOR RENT COTTAGES
DEFENSE FORCES i i I 9:00 P.M.-Theatre Group meetsWEDNESDAY commercial. Phone 798 I i -____ 1947 house trailer. Bottle gas,
PROGI.tMWmgn111W1ulni1uullw11111hIluluuuluw 1:00 PM.-Hospital Fishing ti ip' oovl-tf!i I Sm..ll efficiency cuttage. private electric brakes. Gulfstream
Trailer P ll'k. nuv23-3tx
lw' SOOP.M.-Dance Class (BegiH- ', bath, utilities furnished. CouI -
ners.) i i9OO FOR SALE OR LEASE i I pie onl\ No pets, nu children. I 1 127
ft. 194 American trailer. $900.I
MONDAY PJH-"Ye Ole Country I I I $16.00 week Apply 800 SI-
/:30 P,M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY Party". I I Desirable corner lot for ale or!I monton nov242txFOR'RENTROOMS I Completely furnished Call
Intrm lease. 100 x 150 I t I ;90. Ext. 247 nov 23-6tx
(Square Vir-
10.00 A.M,-Bowling. for Navy ginia Reels). Suitable for hotel or :lplrt'l I
Wives, at U. S. Sub' THURSDAY: menu. One block from Lelch.1 FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES.

DaS Bowling AUe>s.' 3:00 P.M.-Photo Class. For particulars, write i SCOOTERS AND CYCLES

7:30 P,M,-Hospital Party (2nd' 9:30 P.M.-Danee. O:clit-stra 466'1 Nice. lean sleeping roomy for :.
Tues ) I FRIDAY: workers 117 DUll Street.nuv24Gt. : .5 motoi bike $75 00. lIlt
MISCELLANEOUSPicture < r."""" .e la nuv24-l0ix
WEDNESDAY 815PM.-Movies, fridge Parties -
12:30 P M.--Hovf'ital Fishing Trip I PVTYFYYYYYYVm..Y.Y..yVYsYV yYyyyy..y.;;

2:00 PM,-Navvivt'-. Club. SATURDAY: framing, pictures framed I

7:00 P M.-J u k e Box Dance, 'I 8:13 PM.-MOVKN. and matted DiNegro's. 614: I How Is! Your Vocabulary? i
am's. 10:15 P.M.-Second show (same Francis Phone 1197-Mnov9.
THURSDAY feature). 19txFlettnfy I

1-00 P M.-S.'w ing Machines, I SUNDAY:
Bollards Showers I 9:45 AM,-Java Club. :your old sewing ml-i TUNE IN W.K.W.F. :
FRIDAY 2-00 PM,-Classic Hour dune: Phone 1164-M.

2DO PM.-Pre-natal Class. I 9:00 PMFellow.ship Hour. nov 15-12t At 6:15 Tonight

.00 ".M.-lJdDl't'. OrchestraSATURDAY Coffee and doughnuts -

2.00 P.M.-Boxing Training. ie-opcned A varietof new See If You Can .

SUNDAY Eighty per cent of American gift items and fabrics for slipcovers -

9:30 A,M,-Communion Break-: manufacturing is conctntraied in and draperies. Opens I "STOP THE SHOWY"f&4L 3
fast (monthly). the northea'ttrn part of the daily 10 to 12 and 1 to 5. I

1:00 PM.-Picnic (sign up). country nov 17-tf &.&4 AAtA&.A&&&&&&&&&&h1.W UAhAAAV UhAY

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p : ; NEW YORK--<,T)..-Twintv percent of all college students itli

i the United States are enrolled in 20 colleges and universities say'
the United States Office of Education. JTOnAY

I The figures just released aryl
based upon'returns from practit
IN I1IS1ORV; rally all of the Nation's 190l

(Know America) institutions of higher learning!f
I Those show that out of peat
U:;Commodore Perry leaves
I I i Norfolk Va. on historic mission I enrollment of 2.-110.0(1) ..jtudent!
; 486,267 are- studying a( Netf.
19 I world.which opened Japan to the i York University, (7.64.7), Unf
versity of California '(43,4691
II II 1859-"The Origin: of Species" I I City College of New YOrk I Darwin's epoch making book, 567), Columbia University (%8*
first issued in
England. I 1000): Unhenihof Minnesot
H:67-U. S. Fourth Cavalry defeats j 1(274143); University of Illinoif
the Sioux Indians in butt'e (2-i,920): Ohio State University
t at a Pass in Montana Dig Horn (23,92": Northwestern Univef
r Mountain. ||sit\, (23,733); University of Indiana
aR 1374-Patent for first barbed (23,131): University f Z z g Q Y s wire issued Joseph CliJdcn of Southern Californ.a. ((22.74M;
Illinois. |(. University of Wisconsin. (%:$
1913-Americans demolish the 3;).)): University of Michigatf,
great barriers guarding old Gcr ,(21,002): Syracuse Uiuvcrsitff.
E'I I man front east of Verdun. ', (1960S: University of Texas
II I 1325--Gov. "Ma" Ferguson of''1(19676): University of Pittfrhjrgh -
grants 97 Thanksgiving: (19,526): University $!
pa-dons-including 13 convicted .Pennsylvania, (18,644): Boston
; of murder. I j JLniversitv! (18617): Wayne Uni

ROBERT WEEMS (right of Atlanta. Ga. and Ji m McGee j, 1934-Samuel In-sull and 16 .as- ;I!,, versity, (18433); Temple Univef-
truck owned and driven by Weems. after it fur ned over near | sociates acquitted in Chicago of sity (17.212): University Of
I Weems en route from Atlanta to Greenville. S. Cwith $100 million fraud i, Washington. (16650).
an approaching car failed to dim its lights. Whe n he a cargo : 1937-Country's steel output at I!(. New York says the Office Qt
33% of
capacity. Education, leads all other
and trailer jackknifed into this I |I states
position. Weera I
I was shaken but -American forces occupy again this year in number 61
--- I Dutch Guinea I i
- --- -- ---- '--'-- persons enrolled. with a total of
iiiiiiwwumiiiuuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniimiiiiiimi: I' I 1912 Relatives and friends 123,912. California. Illinois
DEV.N .VI SEW.E" : who had harbored German saboteurs / Pennsylvania Ohio Texas aril

Key West In I ro nhco n: Bis11ul'j' ; 1944 sentenced--Historic in American Chicago.B-29's 1 I tering Michigan total follow college with enrollmentsof each rcgi*.

'r-- _. 'I first assault on Tokyo. I over 100.000. .
Days Gone By 1946 Industrial centers of,
I ': country take steps in face of i Tobacco was the first export.
AS TAKEN FROM FILESOF threatened coal strike. j[crop from America
THE CITIZEN OF \ 1947-U. S House cites 10 Hoi :
NOVEMBER 24 1938 I Ivvvood figures for contempt of "VVVVVVVVVVVVTTVVVVVYYr
f I I Congress. |
uiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTi.imiiiniiiii'niiiiiiiiiiiii r STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEr
: ;
I using gumdrops for holiday
Aniciiidn Ltcionvul h:ild a f'I i or fruit cakes cut them j COFFEE
meeting tomorrow
night to or
1i I a kitchen scissors.Sapphires -
gam;:c Sons of the Legion I! \\ range in color from I MILL at \\

Stephen C. Stngeton, execu- i .. ';:: through
live secretaryof the KeyVt..t |I ....... yellow,j,) Ml Grocert
\ reen and blue to bldik. .
Chamber of Commerce, received |! ";"' ---- -- .AAAAAAAA..uAAA.AA..r- .. .
-- --- -- --
a letter today from the pre",id 'nt
of the National Auduoon Societv I II I
thanking him for his l'OOpen.llon .14 i
with Edward Moore; bird warden -4s ss '
in this district.Represtntatives.

of the Ke\ I -
West Junior Chamber of Commerce I I
and the City Reertition
Department die meeting this afternoon I
in 'MI">.. Eva B. Warner s
VIOTIC to arrange for the Kt" GO All
West Winter
program.'i : A Phm s>I

City policemen undet the reaction of Chief Ivan ilwood and
Sergeant Joe Kemp, are condui I FISHER GIBSON. JR. (above). !
tmg a drive against drivers who : dean of the School Of Theologyat I
are violating the city's traffic the University jl the Southin the Modern
regulations I Sewanee. Tenn. has accepted I i Way
a call by the Episcopal Diocesan -
The Washington correspondentof I Council to become suf-
The Citizen has a story in today's j ragan bishop of Virginia He i
paper, in which he states
that the Public i I i
Works AdmirJistration I I executive I
virtually killed the projects
for a pipe line of fresh wa- Corporation. He quit business Ito

ter to the city and the construction enter Virginia Theological i '- '.. ol..' .'- .4.--\ .-.... ..._..SAVE
of a hospital htre Seminary in 1938 at the age I -- ., .??,_.....w- __ _
of 32.

"Gobble, Gobble:' a song, i
heads the for the : WORK
program I M TIME
Thanksgiving exercises that are TOI).\Y4S Hllrrlll\ .
being conducted this afternoon in (Know America) -
the Division street oublic H.hoolHilarv .
Vice Pres.dent-del.t '.
Alben \\
Barklev of Kentucky. born MONEY
Alburv Ignatius Leste Groves Co. K71 years io_ !
". Paul Sawyer Jr: Sidney Dale Carnegie of New YO'k.1 j
Aronovitz. Barry \\nntraub author, lecturer, speech teacher '
Jesus Caroma and Paul Mesa. Jr_ born in MarvviIH Mo. 60 years I
students in the University of ago. 'I
FlorIda. arrived today to pass the Father Bernard R IIubbaH of Old fashioned
Thanksgiving holidays with their I the University of Sanui Clara. inefficient methods cost

families. t i Calif- famed Jesuit glacier : you more-but modern
I, priest.," born in San Francisco ton ; easy-to-operate,
Miss .Iadp Sands student i VCMI-S :11 o. i
thtV ),osincss College in I 1 L+eut. Gen Clarence R. HUl'b-1 j i] time-and-labor-saving electric conveni-
MIami. arrived today to spt'ndtht. I ner, A
commanding lean for ences better
hfT parent-Sands.*. Mr. and Mrs Atw.iod ,: Kansas, t>0 years ago I work-at lov/er cost.
Carson Kanin. plavw right. di-
)rector, actor bern RochestT N'I!
TaLe Thl- Citin s'1m. an S .. 36 years ago
editor pal "ll'PI1 Admiral Edward C. Kalbtus of
Th \\ ot\ "" '11'0' Mauih Chunk, Pa. 71 years as" docs jobs
Paul C. Smith, editor of the' : better more economically.
San Francisco Chronicle born inSeattle i
Wash 40carv ago. Use it freely because
it does
1. more
ic ut Gen. George E. Str. tcnn I
vex the Air Commanl com work for less.THE .
evy. indmz general. born in Ohio
>i* vears ago I
Ward Morehouse of the \(Ow'
\',rk Sun. dramatic critn. .n-1 "d-
/99.1)19 ,tonal writer. born in S.'vann,ih.
<_i H >0 years ago MORE YOU USE

,, a: ,
k' = ]News Noles

1 ; In making coconut cream paany' t THE LOWER THE RATE
some of the coconut 'OJ ft:rill
:nj and save some to --pnrtkl :

',:t tr.
Dip fish fillets in rormM'fl I*
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:f trying for an attra'ti\i'. I *
,4 crisp good tasting crust
Dragonflies feed on MH:illtisects L
: which they capture an't

eat on the wing. i Ctv1 Electrec System

How fast your hair grows tI i ii <
-4, >. nds on your physical conriiti I
I md a {e,
DON'T BS A LAST-MINUTE Carlo Buunapart, an untitk I
LIZ If you waif until 'aIIt.twn Corsican lavrver .;ai .
Christmas Eve fo moil card I the father of an emperor (Napo. ;j

you miji as well skip. it,. ,leon, ,I:: three..kings, a qi..F-n ann I! i i ic' ::;i : 1

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WEDNESDAY.,---;- .. NOVEMBER-. ---24, 19-tg THE KEY WEST CITIZEN. \ I'At cm Flt".

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Overseas( :: : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : .............e................................. ......... ......... ............................................ ;

: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : :Ult 15 FJ'vIripfll WE REPAIR rri! : .. ... POOR OLD CRAIG :
w.E SELL IT. .
Coffee Shop SEE Plenty OUR of Action;' Toys. for i the Children : : We Will.Call For aid Deliver : WHITE SURCLEANERS i Service Station : I

: SHOWING iJcclneal I : *.an' Experience la Electrical Work : I :
of Appliances
l.. "( ,'lI"1I1 :: : J. K. BRADY. Manager PHONE: till 12:
................1.1.-..1........11111.1.1..11... : .lLQ.L. 211 Duval Street :: : I Francia end DiTUloa Street ;
... : Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. : e
Fuo"flI .
: N N ... : .
: ELECTRIC TELEPHOItE,4l' : 701/DUVAL STREET Tiers- 'lulnrs! Kallcriro! Aut.rC"HlOriN s

1 IIIflli > .15 HOME i I SUNDRY STORE i ':..........................:...........'.. .. k....v..: : U2 SIMONTON STREET : Tom PURE OIL and GASOLINE DeaJer" :
...................... ............ ...... 1
ltl 1)l'lees .I. 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR ...................... ..:............,4...... : Dry Cleaning: .. .....1....... a 1.5
917 Fleming St. ; : "Your Pobonag Invited" : : PRITCHARDFUNERAL r: RUSSELL'S /., : 24-HOUR mill Pressing SERVICE : :, Have; Your Car .p.iid.;; ;; ;; :

: Ice Cream Proprietary'Utdicin* : Free Pick-Up and /or the HOL1DA }Y SEASON :

PHONE 79B : Sick Room Supplier School Supplies S DRY GOODS Delivery ServiceSUITS : : Ilody and' "Vender He inuring tuln, I'ainlinf :
....... for MEN: : :
1.15.555.555555 Toilet : : lelr Ilmlid"r SVrrir.
: Coot
Preparation and Article :
.111111.1111111...,..1.111111......1............. HOME : 1108 OLIVIA. STREET : ami WOMKNMailetoMcami : AUTO AND -i .
.. ............ PHONE 373Specializing re : TONY'S -
....11..15..55..5.5GOMEZ ......... -w ww-wwww.wwww ..... Let Those Sent* :. PHONE 282 : BODY SHOP

) SS. II ho Serve llest ......11. ..... ...... : 603-OS GREENE STREET s '
i i 1K9RD an : : :S 1 1 55........55....1..............1....5.......
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PHONES 333 and 9150 : WE: HAVE NEVER : in : ............51115...... .e./e .55555555.555555.55 555555 -
and 4
Blackstone Washers : I
: FURNITURE CO. : TV and .
: WE: NEVER WILL : Olllcn s -
S 720 DUVAL STREET : Electromaster Ranges LOPEZ S a f ) Get Set For Fall With The Ne w = !
: Ambulance Service : : .I'
; Children'sApparel ( .. dcb-u-curl
Authorized I
: .Nationally Advertised : Dealer for Pureaire Units I .... -.. :
Products : (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : Telephone 548 : : : Funeral Service : ., Cold Wave Permanent : :ti

: .Delaware Covering Plastic: floor ..V..IlEFRIGERATIO.SALES........1.1.5.t'C5e1......and.....SERVICE.......:......: .: Never Sleeps :. '; Established 1885 ; I: 91) A soft natural-looking permanent

.Clopar Fiber Venetian ; ........ ........5.1:1........1...... ... ..... 1 .115 5..........5.... i...................... : that will give you that !\
1 Blinds 1 1 11. ..........................1.....5......555.. Licensed Funeral :, N/ NEW LOOK and make
: .Luggage. Appliances. : .. : Directors anti : : f 1 you the Glamour Gal $10AI
Radios .. J.AMYERS :, of the New Season :
: .M.gee and Mohawk : \ d 1 / ,. i En ibal mcrg24Hour : "......1..1.a: I. PEHNA\B\T'
AxmWler Rugs ; : ------i \\ \1.. HtlK OTtllX.. TI\T-
1 :: I V ,, : Licensed ....- Insured : Make Your 1\'. AMI MtlP T' :.ATMK:>TS. :

: E.Z Terms : 1 GUARANTEED W0IK Ambulance Appointment 9EJTY .
: OPEN TILL 900 P.M.. ;. i CAROLYN
MON and SAT. \ ? MODERN METHODSJ. PAINTING Contractor Service : Now SHOPPE :
5555555555555555555555 : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK: GUARANTEED e : Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. .
: Telephone 9127.114 Duval Street.Jettewoa Hotel : : Phone 135 Night (96 : DONALD BARBERStell's :

-.....1..5551115511..... :. Douglas Trevor : ....................................................1111....:........................ ....15................. ...e..........................................."..................-....................................i. I
: : 11.11 .15Electric ., .................................5.........,
PRICE TOURS 1829 .............a........1 .
Harris Ave. Key West. Fli. : .
I HOT POINT Beauty Nook :
PaAIeJllerRrpl'eM'nlati. : riOx E 137'l.R : Ranges : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i : '
1 : ...... 1 : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Scientific Beauty Culture :

,. tfr : ashins:::; Machines for Immediate Delivery : : i in All Branches t1t : .
(Tnt)tr : : : Thoroughly Experienced Operators y
: FLORIDA EAST 11..1 1 1 111.111.1 HOME APPLIANCE CONCil SHELLS : Soft Water Used Exclusively

COAST RAILWAY ............................... .. .. ........ : 80S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : AU SUM :. Phone 637 536 Fleming St. -
11 11 1 1a .................5............................ :......e....................................:
A.w 1.ocat.4: Rut : Save 20% : ..................,55555..................... COCOAMJTSSPONGES : j.............................................
Fire' Insurance Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited .
DR. COBO.S s on dwelling Marl\ and Soil :
mere a n t i 1bldgi INSURING Landscaping, Top : Frances Salon
: OFFICE : : house. by with V Beauty II!i
bold and : TOP SOIL.S5.50 PER YARD or 51.00 PER SACK -
..: perAtlantic i Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Frances Park. Owner,
nJMUfa : : 5 Will
STREET onal effects. MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : Ship to Any Part : ;
: B.&I' d La Co1Kha Hotel : : Save 15% onMercantile AU Policies Noa-AuMMbU : : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : of US.. or Canada 1010 GRINNELL STREETBeauty
a Culture in all its PhaiPennonents ..
PHONEI2. .. .: : Stock ..' J.,L. CrUloe A.6 t. Phone 674 i 1021 Olivia St. : Marcy S. Palacio

...................... :...........1...1..1..1....1.1.1............. 1.1:. : G e W"E1"H. PHONE 801 : near 4O1 South St. : :;i'( Facial Shampoo- Scalp-Treatments McaicuringFor : ,

............................................iI. : KEY WEST. FLORIDA : Appointment Phone 13S1LJ !
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Ride the 11uA to the B.&B.j: : CYCLE SHOP : : JEFFERSON 111 DUVAL BTRE2T COFFEE SHOP 5 REAL | .Marion's: Phone 1311 :
: ESTATE : :
GOLF COURSE 5 r In Fleming St. R.M.Danl I*.Prop. Fhon Ion s, 5 Open Daily and Sunday : Sale E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon

Motor\ Scooters : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : 1400 DUVAL STREET
Cushman : 4A
eS : SERVING YV Appraisals w i
limners Leases .
Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; COMPLETE 1 I
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches / Rental : : tr'c Need More Itoom

RI E AWAY. iJdnnmr. .1.............REASONABLE.......1555.PRICESTJRK .........555555555: Management A
... TAKE S ( ............................................. Improved and VacantProperties
BUS : Monroe In Key County Westand ; : J 919 SIMONTON STREETR
: N0. 1 : INSURANCE 5
to the a Now yea a. rMe ee eeoeoni.nl J. OTTO 5'
: coLF : ., TV-1*"*** Motor Bcoour : WIND AUTO BONDS) : 5 OLD LOCATION OF
: WNKS Ii bile prtet far It...led. the : KIRCHHEIIVERREALTOR ,
s 1 looey yarn e .e ever ,etterMtbeJ : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; : : BLACKOUT RESTAURANT :
W teUMpartetia* p7* :
: IOT atb.a. CMM .. t* : Key West Insurance Co. 411 Fleming Str..t
!\ : have Funl s free. Weneauee.BICYCLES : 919 WhitahMd Street ; ;

: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ........................ ...... : Ill BIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171 : : Fhon 124 and 731-R: EDECEMBER
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Key West Jewelry Co. : Mast B. s : 5 1
: We Buy DIAMONDS and : Oar Customers : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM I
HAVE YOU! See Dan!! :
: 54t l.ar..I. .'....rr .:,_ STREET : /// the Dislinclirc Burguiufy

:5 La peri.NCI; and ...at'alek........,. :oI..f.-. \1.1.- OVERSEAS CYCLE STOREaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Installation and Repairs : : Opposite Bus Station Pint at :
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5 i., I. repair.. wkrlier. IIIII .1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED Pholle No.1
5 tke laeapea.l.e .lea ,
Jewel .1' lb. .1' C'O.tly BAR and
..: 11.1' U..L IallaIIer. FREE ESTIMATES ON:
.re 1..Iwa,. xrar.eIeed.e ; REQUEST ; SUNDRY
.1..1." .repair.. .....all....li.da(........t 5.a PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Call U. and Be Satisfied -THE-
..... (.r..uarapka, I. .1.I.... : as DIVISION STREET PHONE 111 : PorterAllenCompany I
,/: ,Ai....ro...w..1'1...ear.IIbI.4.....e.p.elallle.:wklle:1. .k...1'7wwall. .. -"We DeUy.r"- Phones 781 and 229-W :., : Magazines Proprietary Medicines

: 9 Rest Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : School Supplies .
: COMPANY__ ... ... Q Packaged Goods ., .-.-...-...-...-..-..-..-..-.-.-..-...-..--.-..-..-..-..-.-.-...-.-.-...-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. .......... __ a....
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!It. : 4191z' Duval Street J ....................... ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet ......s.........., .5S55 555 555 SSSSSSSS SSa t : WILLIAM ) at WINDSOR LANE :

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..........................................a..; ORLANDO CARABALLO KEY WEST HOUSE MOVERS 55555..eee......555555.55.555.55. 5 555.5555OLDISLANDTRADINGPOST

When Yon Go ;: i : : Moving, Raising or Shoring Homes, Garages, : : Under the New Ownership and Management : .
: Food Shopping : + PLUMBING Beats or What IIare You : : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN : S

Ita Sure to Got ; .r BONDED and LICENSED Distinctive Gifts For All Occasions ;

: INSURED CONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 and Tastes In A Wide Price flange : ..:

... Cuaranlecd 1IC Whitehead and Caroline Streets Phone 1571
All Work : Corner
dM&U4n ..
5 : Q Installation ................................................ ...............................................
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ENRICHED BREADS Why Pay More When You Can Buy For .Less? :
: O Krjmir .Sf'ff'afn : !W USE YOUR CREDIT **e CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET

: Tk fomndation o/ TOt .y.' I s Men's, Ladies' and Children's Wear Specializing in Spanish Fond & Short Orders ,
IIHl PUnnlnfALTI : .Prompt e ReliableeREASONABLE Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish ;
: and :Mrs. E. F. Corral. Mgr. and Owner :
TAKJiLDOKey .I V r --. mom : PHONE 1120 : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO : : Open Daily 7 A.M.-2 P.M. and 3 P.M.-12 M. :
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West Aa t. : St. Phone 1512 ARE SMALL-BUT WHAT FOOD :
Cor. .
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Bob's Sport Shop Defeated ,44). ; 19441 ALL-SOUTHERN: CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM I NCCS Sponsors Golden :, ;, .

Pollock's Jewels 25-16 In I 1 1I 1f f Gloves Tournament.. .

I Bouts Will Rr 1I..1el 1 I ill r .

Tough Cage Tilt Last Night I L $4to 1I I In dooprratituiWith I ANNIVERSARIES TOA! Y'S .

IJ > Hurk

Snoring SMW lu Third Of United Slate/* Navy I 1713 -(Know Jtuupero, America Serra.) who

Ilroke I I the five Franciscans who ,
Quarter Up TieS headed I
I Cage Contests Sanctions for a Gulden Gloves founded the first rune missions in !

.ore And. Won Gain. Tournament in Key West, to beheld California, b-Kinngmg with San '

lor Hu.I, {[ Offer Elks And i I II CLOUD-5/JC/C WATTS-GUARD in January, have been received Diego in 1768 born in Spain. .'I

+ Slrarl.uteuBob's I WILLUM&MARY N.C. STATE by NCCS, which will Died Aug. 2S, 17 4.17SIZach:1rv .

Spoil Shop and Pollock's':' Beachcomber' ** : 'f t ti !sponsor\ the bouts in cooperationwith Taylor soldierof
; ; 1 Lieut. John Surk USN and the IiriianV; rs,, hero at the
Jewel played a iwvational came t : -I 41 Palubicki.A I President,
'i t : 1I Chaplain Gregory War with Mexico, tttt. i
last night at the High School Basketball game; Scheduled fun preliminary Boxing Tournament born in Orange Co., Va. Died in '

Uymnusium c-i a practice affair!! tonight at the High School Gymnasiuin I will be held in the NCCS:> office: July 9, 1850.Ul37Gt'Org I
titmr to i.ponirg of the ',askl t- I ring at 1021 Duval street on Fri- I II. McKenzie noted -
follows <
are as :
ball leagurs. day, December 10. at 8:15: p. no. I chess
TWo club. to1fu I FIRST GAME, 7:00: P.M.-The New York professional
foupht faun stait Lieut. Lurk said today that thp.j. writer chess
champion: and on I
>ih. BolA gut the "breaks" in Elks Club and the Beachcomberswill : J I IV I fighting calibre of the entrants i iI burn in Scotland. pied April| 14,
ilk third quart: r cn-l: l Won the tangle. These clubs U'. I promises good card, and bleachers -!. 1891.
battle. to cccomraodate 900
i evenly matched. and a very good I personswill 1856 Harry T. Peck, famed
Bailx-r -ttiil I two field. goals : J be erected on the premisesby I
and a for throw. BeaLar. Ml" i game should be in the offering. the! Navy. Now York scholar and journalistof

C wn and Hohfitb matte one f g.'i ieach j SECOND GAME, 8:00: I'M- The Navy will furnish a band his day born an Stamford, 1
Conn. A suicide March 23, 1914.
aM Swtt ting engird in two The Sonar School will play the GUE5PIE-GUW) and the program will be conducted ; -
free throws. That GAGE-BA under .\AU rales. Tickets 176---.jitaeye Noguchi famed
was enough I Coca-Cola five. There will be a'
to take the gall.... I I I I CLEMSON ,; JUSTICE-BACK *+ RODGERS-BACK S CLEMSON will be sold by several merchantsand American medical scientist. i iI
In the first quarter.. picador.McCown .' game mat will either throw the at the Naval... Bases beginningNov. member of the Rockefeller. Ins '
Cokes in the cellar tie them I 1
anal Bailieruvh made i or 26th. kite for Medical Research, born
with the Sonai j
for second place
a fw-W goal for tinSp >rUiren.SkoiCKi f*) Japan. Died m Africa a alai
School. Ttboys have t
prac- J tyr studying yellow fever, May
and Smith did! the
same School I II
fof the JfWt-U. J i ticed all week and arc ready to' Douglass' i I 21, 1923.i .
plav. I
In UM; woind quarter the Jewels : M t t I .
GAME 9:00 r.101.-The To Hold Thank
THIRD : I i Subscribe to The Citizen.
held UMS uitsi eoenh i
(> >Mn iuhile i
Junior Conchs will playh: J4"u I
they: n>ad!<> two frco throwsto Varsity'wiH lel' '
Varsity. The Giving Parnde '. A*****
tM the ascot
|plain the Boca Ciuqa; five. Boca :
At the half the scorj stood Chica will play i its tcbvdulfd.xyjy ,| :
slx-a1LBox test tonn.now nigiA with 4fe, 'I "Miss Douglas High" and l her -BICYCLES- -
MINTS'Bob's; Conchs Ii attendants will be one of the
1 BraciH-omlivrs. Junior I
Sport Shop :' : + main feature attractions in the Repaired and RentedAlso
are a new five and they promiseto :
PlayerFG FT PF PTSMeador. gala Thanksgiving Parade whichis
I lot' m tlu- game from stall toot| \ DER06ATIS- CW H SZAFARYN-TACKLE THOMPSOIi 0QUINN END I WEINERr scheduled to begin tomorrowat ia
) f 2 0 I 4 ...h. | CENTER A/r? Stock-NEW
MrCwwo. f 3 0 0 6 fin i DUKE N G WILLIAM & MARY WAKE FOREST N'C> 1:00 p. m. from the Douglass
J. VitUn-al f 1 0 0 2 .... ... I Ii -. -- _.. .- _. ... -- -.. ........... School. i BICYCLES TRICYCLES
Itullli. f 1 1 0 3 'i. i {&) Photos All units will assemble at the I i WAGONS SCOOTERS 1

Sweeting" e 0 3 2 3 FOLLOWING' j Douglass School at 12:30 p. m..i
G. Rai.L.r. a C 3 I 2 7 SIX SCHOOLS are represented on the 1948 All-Southern Conference football team chosen for the Associated Press by sports writers and are expected to follow these and SKATES ,

J.fie": g 0 0 0 and ccaches. The University ef North Carolina placed four men on the team. Two are from Clemson two from William and Mary. routes as indicated: East on Overseas Cycle Store i ii
-= THROUGH | and one each from Duke. North Carolina State and Wake Forest. The ends are Art Weiner of North Carolina and John O'Quian Olivia, sereet tg Thomas street: :

Totw.10 5 7 %5PoUock' of Wake Forest Al Derogatis of Duke and Len Siafaryn of Nor th Carolina are the tickles. The guards are Frank Gillespie of North on Thomas to Fleming 920 Division St. Phone 1SIO i
Jewels Bf PEDRO AGUILAR ': Clemson and Bernard Warts of North Carolina State. At center is Tommy Thompson of William and Mary. In the backfield ore street East on Fleming to Duval: : .e.e.e.e.as..e.a..SC .

Player FG FT PF ITS ..............................a Charlie Jusrice and Hosea. Rodgers of North Carolina. Robert Ga ge of Clemson. and Jack Cloud of William und Mary. South on Duval to Truman Ave;
R. V. Smith, f 0 1 2 West on Truman Ave., to Emma .1 1
Last Sunuay tne Bombers :, __ __ I
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Skaggs, t ;3 I IJ 7 loose and i i -- --- --- u "' an a ue o ISTMAS;
played a game 1
C. Knowk. f 0 0 I 0 ; I the fact that certain streets are
the Clowns four unearnedruns
W. Ilerrick. c 1 0 I 2 gave I Sports Calendar DUST OUR MEAT 1111111' ,1 FrfuEr under repair it may. be necessary 1
Kitchen, rB. 0 0 I 0 and Sanchez the ball pitched game in for hard although I ny ,,,, .I, to change the, route ot : TOYS

Shon<< <
Herrick g I 1 2 2 ; In the first two hits and two 1 Bayriew Park. Night i Use Our Convenient
Ed. Wnnddon. 0 0 0 O.Gro..t I .1IDAY MARY CHRISTMAS
a g errors gave them one run, In theIb.I ; LAY-A.WAY PLAKI
I ; -, g 0 0 0 0 i Albio dropped a short fly 7:30:: to 9:00: p.nv In Ireland an old custom was

- between tim and the pitcher, J Ott Vl TICKETS.l that Christmas candles could .[ [ALLMARK CARDS .
I Totals 7 2 7 16 dropped the ball when batter TENXISBayview { : only be snuffed by a girl named'

Score: by quarters<< : | was trapped and again when he Park. Afternoons Mary. ,, The Hobby Shop
Holt* Sport Shop C 0 13 6-25 tried to steal second. and Nights to a EXpeSSTAE j
PwlfockX Jewels .4 2 2 8-IB Santana played a great game i :. Daily play. riot ULAN ? Adult mosquitoes live for several 1105 Division St. Phone II
Free throw; missed: Sweeting; I and has 18 outs, 20 assists and one r month !
2. '}arber. Villareal. Skaggs 2.KIMt'Ie vrror. The Bombers have not i, SIIUFFLEBOARD' EXPSA -'---- ---.- --- ---
!', W. Herrick: P. Her- been living up to their, name, tqrthey j 'j (Bayview Park) AGGIES F 4__ '
rkk: 2.Rrferte. have fanned 40 times and i j Daily play.aSENIOR. .
: E. Rosam: umpire: M. only Vidal has not fanned so far. :t' t L where I sit ..fy Joe Marsh
RuK.m: scorer: Aguilar; timer: i iT As to extra base hits ..santarihas : BASEBALL :
V lKm a double. Roberts, two dou- Cp 0 ; SpU 1 '
t bles and a triple. Mira\, and Jack i'| Municipal Stadium. Afternoon p5 I I rf P .
14 the first game the Boca I Villareal one triple Jim Albury j SUNDAY, NOV. 28j Ili Ga a1111 .
First Game Red Raiders ti ,;
Chica Fivers lost their game by ; two doubles :and Barber one j I vs ;
fm.tut when they failed: to make:, triple and Sweeting one double. Key West Clowns. Television on the Farm
., un pptirs.ix on the floor. The Legion have fanned 30 I Second Game-American Legion -
A- ikd team played Billy'BJ times and Henriquez has one I[ vs. Atomic Bombers. N
triple. Rodriguez one double, I SUNDAY, DEC. 5- T1E
Driv >-Ins and won. 58 to 20. 1pN
Back Quid home has become day be as much a pan of American
First Game
Torres Atomic Bombers
Jrft tcwis ucoifd 21 points tolead ;! one double, and that is '
l the scorers and Oropesa. netted ill The Raiders, have fanned I v"s Red Raiders. mighty popular ever tlnce he lot home and farm life as the temperate -
18 punts IIt'nr t'Ut'E 13 and 28 times and have the following Seco'nd Game-American: LeI L'g to NAM tp C1A that televfetoii Kt-one of the few glass of beer that Buck .,"u.
Iniuaham. ux. For the losers extra bases; Fiber one double a I Rion: vs. Key West Clowns. 4 05S i seta in our town outside of Andy aadthehOlpitalitythatgoeswithiL'G.r.n .

1 Bop !scoweal l right points and > Acevedo two doubles, Cates a SUNDAY DEC. 12- eta6 NtAtiq Ttverm. And frem where I sit, saythinf
t flip
FroAk! !k". triple and a homer, Harvey two 1 First Game-American. Legior e y. oa NOTRE DAME Not only do tile kids stay home that adds to graciovs living i*
doubles and a homer, Alonzo one vs. Red Raiders.
I to trim.WASHJMGTOM. TRo nights, but the neighbors drop in America-brings folks together far,
double, Sutton
: one double Ar mgr j Second Game-Atomic Bomb ,
How;They Stand one homer. Alonzo has not j j er.vs.. Key West Clowns.BASKETBALL TG to see whatever' being telecast temperate, quiet entertainment ,
fanned, the only member of the I A N SqWg And Buck and the missus always is a boon t. this home-toTin toad
Raiders with that distinction.:: s / A make them weleomewith a mellow of ears (We're thiniiag of baying.
'LOCAL: HASKIULL Danny L&stres has not fanned High School GymnasiumNight s ,,qTE ; yoot, K PFpM glass of beer or ale (with eider and a tde,Won set "rselnlt:)

Key. West Senior Baseball League loom the Legion. For the Clowns ( ) i STgT ETGy F 9 O pMP'1)lF cookies for the youngsters).
29 have fanned, and Thomas O.Mclntoch. .
(Municipal SI.o ium) PRACTICE GAMES ) 4eP = 0 P GtES Awn MARY While I guess everyone admits
have not fanned so GtipR W (
Club that television still has far /I ,
W.4 PetKey far. Butler has had 12 outs and I WEDNESDAY. NOV. 24- to nip to go cfe
West Clow> S 0 1000heat 14 asMts andbut one error, &o, 1 7:00: P.M.-Elks Club vs. ThBeachcombers. e t/ s ARKANSA S U'e not hard to see that it will some

| Raiders. 3 2 .COO ,, far E. Smith has 11 ..outs and : G GN r (
AtoMjitc 1h'" iJ.-re. 2 3 ..400igM.fi 9> assets md no errors. 8:0: ? P. .::-on3r School vs Sr'4TF s .
Arttnc-an (I. !i Boa pAf rFro Canriskt. 19'It rz.j States Brt .
0 5 .OUIt 1 Alee has pitched four flames: Coca-Cola. +. trt. FeenJewa'L / .
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-- -- --- h 9:00 P.M.-Junior -- -
1[ and won throe and Thomas one : Varsity vsBoca p a MfSSISS/ppj0 '
Tw) f.-h. building material i j and A. Dean has won one . Chica.THURSDAY. iVp e MO
tot: the LLoa. in Spain| was brick. I 1 I for extra bases Butler has two NOV. 25- r
with glared tilt" for drvorativt' doubles, one triple and orie homI { 7:00 P.M.-Beachcombers vs

.1IW1- __ j I Ali-e has a double Brown has, j 1 Boca Chica. act! RGiN 'F q 9 N O -.
orw double and throe triples., A. 8:00 P.M.-.Bob's Sport Shot P to -
Sal+lui.-s and. rtttiM air .ba.i i Mtlntoih has: two triples O. :Mc- I ",s. Sonar School.- A q LA9AMA '
ically ibt :m. store-. the duet-1( I Iiitx.li has one triple will 9:00: P.M.-Pollock's Joxvelcr,: 7HEY RE it
lM-niic "nl> an the crJo -S ?
bane KIV tht fatv floor dupe] later. vs. Coca-Cola HEAD/N'

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.1 KKCOKI: 168 Right, 62 Wrong, Six lies. I'd': .730.) Tie omitted in pfrrcnlage, ; .

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Good steam engines convert I I Eskimos; use boats made ol
Douglass To Play
I about 10 per cent of energy ted j j :skins tretched over a woodrrframe. :

into them to power good gasoline i( In times of famine the}

: y r Belle engines, 20 per cent; good diesel,, i remove the untanned skins- ,.boil i I ,

ar Grid Glade'I I engines 40 per cent. j I ':them and eat thertrv*

y The hair of the average person The average ;lifV lit a )rum at
ae grows about halt an inch a I hair is:> i..ofeably; tivtf si x.
t The
< Douglass High School is month. years.FOOTBALL. FOR
arranging for its homecoming': -- --- --- -- -- ---=- HOME or

football game tomorrow. Tigers !

will clash with a team from Belle '' COMMERCIAL
Glade Fla. The game: will begin !j

at 3 o'clock at the Negro Recreation ,
Are Prepared To Furnish
Center Fort Taylor.: You With

Special feature stunt and! DOUGLASS HIGH SCHOOL "TIGERS" vs. Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE

''II drills: will be performed by the EVERGLADES HIGH SCHOOL of Belle Glade. Fla.
"" ::< 1""' ..''''''" drill team, majorettes
f.a.r. ''' ''''-i: :: and
'LUPI pep
squad. The Welter's Band will Negro Recreation Center. Ft. Taylor. Thompson Enterprises Inc.ICE
-a Wirtphoti o provide the music. Thursday. Nov. 25. 1948. 3:00 P. M. I .

ItttltSSEE: : : BACK J. W. BHER1LL ((50)) leaps high ore the back of aa unide.tified Kentucky GENERAL ADMISSION: 83c: Federal Tax. 17c: Total. Sl.OO ( DIVISION)

Urr tot a kort gm m gun at KnoxTCle Saturday. Tennessee and Kentucky pl r-d- io a Finished manufacturers account STUDENTS: 42c: Federal Tax. 8c: Total. SOc PHONE NO. I
'. e Ir.teu ".. export for 7" per curt of American .1 I KEY WEST. FLA.








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-1IJIJ SOCIETY IIIIJIIJM: UWuuunnuawlllWUUl1IIIIJumlllnll1llfllnllDrWwmnUlnWlrmlltll: lllllftl1tnt! 1 r Eunice McCraic I LEGALSTHR 1 LEGALS 1 Musical JJwig Lee's Orient Restaurant; To :;.L'- .

NEWS lay ..f A. r. m.. tat _I-t ::1 1
To Marry mwmiM-r. TonightAt Reopen Thanksgiving Day
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LESLIE CULri it 1\4>p THK T,TIr i.wHtni. :'_! ...._you.: i.lTMKH.- a denies you.pr..4"afesgu N.C.CJS. Lee's Orient Restaurant 906 Vi main unchanged Personal::.atr* a .
\\U J-'WU JHU\M4eK 4414TI.. : I
Phones The Citizen Offioe-Sl t 1\ 4 HiIit: ,. '- vi ill to' -nt.-r.-l' againstmn Fleming street i noaaces that:tentne- is givea to baftufetiyv;
: .. I :.- a"'"rt Mwtl iff y 4
C'a > Il-Ctl. the chef" Bill Hang, N.G..
Residence-629-Xl : Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Mc- JIATTiK .M SIIROI T. JHAT PtPKR The I'lll. nf Complaint filnl hereinIs I II. NCCS has scheduled a delight same weddings and parties. It

Craw announce that the mar-I and K\VKI.I. suii' iIT. r-spe.-tively fur the pirp'v.of iiuiriinK till : ful program at the CluMwus. assisted by Sang Chang formerly .
WlllIIII1nmlllmlIllIIlIlHDIIiIIIWIIIIIUiIIIIIIIImIIIIUtllD IIIIIOOIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIJJa! I tbau.. aal -iiereB, .i.f plaintifftilth, reinrentnI i<. ihfImv of Soy Ley's Miami Beach is- Orders SetH be prep&red to take .
!!' .. 1021 Duval street tcntgat.
Tinge of Mr. McCraw's sister ..: : 4riH rrai pr r4y.WITXKSS '
a- lSi- under Ihe |ji-4 \\ lVtlvy Wivp-s Club No. 88 Miss Eunice !McCraw to C. D.I I ....m.-nt ..r T :S t1I'T.. l eriainriff. = m.t banS ait.1 ".ifl.-ial' Gerald Pinder will condust a I again in charge.Lf'e"s reserva' "
1 : ::,. a 4 nf tkfe VMtrt an tlr4 ems, Aa i Orient Key West's only ,- that you make
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$ and ,
Brindley SOSN. U. S. Navy will ... ,i.f .VovemlM-r A. !>.. IMS.lf Musical Bmgfl at 111- "" tions for Thanksgivinj
llrltl Mof take place on Saturday evenings "!- nl) n. tS O KAWYKR.l J prizes vnAl be awarded *. tr e Chinese-ARwttean eaAsalt teMamrant nuw your
: "' suui'i'
Enjoyable! Pollack IKT 'I..rk l ..r ihr 4'ir of this week at f:0 o'clock. m IITI.H winners.
Supper Last The ceremony will he- held al1 31505.< IS.S.I..f-dsns.: '' 'X. ,.m mu|. i **ylKalhl.- nn Onuit.-. n ,NSttag.. 1trda.. i Beatrice Moreno at the pia o, I prices service and pqlicy will ..e- Restaurant.-Adv. '.. '.-.
Night At N.C.CS. i the VrCraw\. home, 16-3 Poin- ss1.t.i.. Tn 'PPF.:'it on nnniHK ; ronTKH. iv. f.*|iiMi. ,..,.,.... I, win play jereral uwfaers., whirh ----- -- .--- -

wary Wives Oab No. 88 last 'ciana Place, and Re, Avery .f 4( P4 K1Ii'%TI4... I $s.i.-it..r| for i-iainiiff.o. I are.4Ii J* kkmtUied Jby the Bingo ,

night had a "husband with past president's na nes,, as ; the Prtsb>teruin Chwx-fa will of.5::Till, STATK 4iK. i'Liili1'tiiig I Ill Kit-mine, Strwi. I players. First Church Held

potHtck supper' at the and. .wife"t. t they retire &< office. The lack : iciate.,! ; known.. ISA4' X. COX. Rei.Me.Mv un i, Ke> \V>M, Kl nnv.l-24-4seJ.tlss..ridaOTICK : I I i Jufc-hox) dancing win preceded I Baptist --l .

Duval street; which proved to of a gavel has heretofore Un ; Imraediately following the \\ILI.iAM f ATT"N a tut MflS WILLIAM i follow the Musical Bingo. Steicanlship Study Monday :

be a wry successful quite. a joke in the club, and Mrs. I wedding. a recertiou<<: honoringthe PATTo.N. hi.wiCe.. w howttlven \ | MKH: Plt'liTiOtSsawn I ,A11 Servicemen .are invited to1bel'esent

wrcesstol. in fart that affair the- Club so I Wood said after the presentation, I bride and groom will be held' name. in unknown, lr..idenreunknown. IS 1I: :KTAWTKXtlTlOK lttan' 4IIVICN that I Mrs. Harold A. Davidson, wife Miami and Rev. and Mrs -

plans to have one of these : that now she will be able to at the home, to -bch the many -\L JUtmncCAl aj.il MRS. M. r. I the UH.tefwgS-4. desiring t.> Slit ...aa.. 1 of Rev. Davidson, pastor of the George M. Ray were ditibei
gettogethers speak with .authority.. ,I friends at both Miss McCraw and ruti'iul'i's'.tI hi.Wife.. ,, H.w given l>unitirt-- under tkf fi<-li once every" month or Due 1 name unknown.. Tie..idrnryn- name ,.r "l-Oarnl: iasn'I'Tan..(.,." I: Calendar Of Flagler Streeet Baptist Church of guests of a group.
six wf't.>ks. : to the many important Mr. Brindley are cordially invited. !:_. i :ii4; Southard Sirv. I. KVr.M.. I Miami\. was the teacher of the AssociationaL<
Club things discussed at last wtek's I. II \NTw.LPiI MoRTMH an.l Floriila.. intrndK.. rriclMer xaitl Mr. Brooks is
The members and their I meeting. the I 1-- ilP.S. I UANI-.iL.PH M" .I.WAI.hb fi-ttinu. name sub thf i-k-rk M| Coming Events i Stewardship book "Give Ye" on School Superintendent 5
kusbands discussed plans Xerj mesewere at < t.r.... who>.. Kit en name I- Ihr .'lr.uil.url of 5I.'nr'n- i-.iinl I IF't..rjda. i Monday afternoon in the First Sunday
their that time able to play only a few known i..nIcnUflkneUn. I and with Rev. Davidson held J
fothcoming Walter R. an-\\
dance Snttw Church here.
on December games of social bingo. However liAV.Ii. "'I:|" -:C\l| a..dIIS.. I I'at-l N"semier :!:. I"I i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 Baptist meeting at the first Baptis -
10th at the La ua' at Vll I .MOKI KCAI, hi" wife, s K. V. KINSMAN.m.v.2Ids.Il.IS4t.: Bingo sponsored by Navy I This was the annual Stewardship
the meeting *o be held ... I. .... Church Monday evening fo
this on
Hotel. which win be 't Kiten name iunknown. n. ItesHlemnknown. .1. 'r the Woman's Missionary -
quite lavish Office 1n.1 I Ip : Study for
wernoon .. i Wives Club No. 83. 8 p. workers.
mere games will be ; : and the Sunday School ; t
affair. In I Ifv.
conjunction' with played. tl I-OTIK: : ". :XK.UIIKI-AI.: and )lR';. South Beach Restaurant. I Union of the Church
this. dance there will. I .ui-i <:. 41. .M, afeo be a Mrs., Eileen CougWin, Execu- Of The Citizen ,::: : .-non. is nkflnna Ne. j I 1% TIIH tints IT 4-ttlMY 4.K TtlH Public" invited. i twenty two persons and Mr. Brooks presented 194J
fashion show and the Navy '::1.':\ ':'\1"11 .II ""'I t|. IIK'I IT I Talent Frank Mrs. Davidson i is
tive J : I St. iaiil Strtet, i Party honoring present "
Secretary the
dub of the NCCS was iii. TIIK "T'TK OS. "I..nln.1 of the goals and plans for
Wives of will have the cooperation also a finest of the club last night. A visitor to the Citizen office Maryland.I.KVVIS: .S. MK<-.M 1""lumo..1 i\ \\i. .-.... HOM .n: 4-hi \-r.. Lloyd, N. Y. director who Stewardship Chairman Association of Sunday Schixi
the Mar-Ed Snow l\ <'II 'N<>:io. Association.At .
the Miami
direct Tallies -
Mrs. Walter forthcoming
office this
Coughlin is morning was KNVIS: S. Ml.l'.UKCAl.
an honorary __ The Miami guests
Rose Bootery. the Beachcomberand C' r \ tl- :33.: close of the study 1
member of the local Navy Wives R Snow who is on the news "b.h. -" name is. JoSK CAIIAX sol.Kit.Plaintiff. : I of 1949" for Junior Worn- the Miami at the close of the
Stell's t'alir'.rn.a.JOhN Davidson
: ramento.
Beauty Nook for this Club and her efforts have been desk of the New York Post IANIH.IJ-H ,....m rt.t'\I. sr.. i an's Club. 8:00 P.M. at Casa course. Rev. a1dlrs.
fashion show. IU\.lIf.: also! ofjSouthern ing. ...
I a major factor Home News. and tillS: JoilX! :&; iLtIMmLI'Ii:&; *. Cayo Hueso. All interested Mr. and K.-s.!: Brooks, ,
in the orgu ta-: \I\I -:I.IS.lI.S SOI.KI: I, I ; _
Other events are also tion 4rf the Club. Mr. Snow has been spendingthe I KfAI.i.unknown.Sr.. his wife. ..w,.*hox.. ...)10'j'. j'j'I l>rft-n"lani.OIIUKK I, persons urged to attend. 1- -'- -------------- -- .
uled at the dance, and Mr.sched-I nauie : iiiPt .\TKIN' : "according tclluyle .-..
Another guest of the past two weeks in Key West ii. The phrase
evening T": orm..lina 'attan $ ,1..1' ;
O'Sweeny. who was .. gtj Was Miss Mary Frances Bickel. accompanied by Mrs.. Snow and and JO'HN;Mlts U.SI"'I.1'1IIIIR1 JOHN KANIM.LPM: >E<-AI..Mol-.. I tim 1-:...., lilt" Sir.os -''. ;, Dance Thanksgiving Evening. Bell I ," was first used to meat -

the potluck supper spoke briefly. who is the sister-in-law of Mrs. his mother Mrs. Robert O. Snow iI.si. Jrm wlioae Kiven l.x =- \..rl. 'iIY., Nvs T..rk.. .: 8:0 o' IQCJt. Elks Club AQ: Edmond Hoyle, an EnglisMnai)
and during his talk promised to.t I and the party had intended unknown.:!; ; :o.. In UraiSi: r..n'a I y.a urn' h-r.'i. rm1uir-d t. appear -,: flex, sponsored by Senior uf the 18th century who was th< -
Bickel luvormfiled
pwothy a barter to the Itill f.r
mem -
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kip in every way po5Wbklie' of the spending another two weeks. ii Maryland..MAIC ftcalaMt y.... In tlae akM%" Mteda' Class of Key West High !To Install first to systematize the rules 0
rtub. i
1 I. ';K y"ii'KAi iin.i. and .
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has agreed to take charge" of the 1 .. .. ->. .n <>r l>*f"r>- the Ili'h ftajt ilk'eeflir Floor -
School Show.
I The covered-dish However, word fcas beenreceived IIILU her 1o..I.aDd hoMKii iname I .. I I 11 11llany'U.ijts whist
fashion supper as I l"of .\ l>. l>4%. olhr i.- the
show. .
and iunknown. 112 Snrniuiit'ir.t.
will officiate prepared by the members last of the Mr. vntral h-aM. Rh.Mle ...Ia..*. all -Ralionx .rvntain. l th.-rln wUItt I I Organ Recital. Thanksgiving .

as matter of ceremonies at the, night included baked ham. meat Snow's father former Sheriff MKS.: II. u KAKIIAM. and ..- taken 'an l iirtl-rs-mi.'u.ntesne.Lin'S at. K..yV.. ;'i Evening 7:45 o'clock. St. \ There are about 1,50V known ..

event.The I, loaf, potato salad, peas, corn, Robert O. Snow ia Rocky Hill li.RIIASi.nance IH her unknownN hUHban wboHv. S:> F civen *.rtXVanhingtaui n..n.1i.an this ICtb day of November.V I r Paul's Church. Chas. Roberts, I I' pevies; of mosquitoes. ;

Club, beginning tonight As.! vegetable salad, browned pota- Conn and so they plan to leave A*.nU,. New turk.t l II. l! 41.K'ir '. i I i ,:?nist. Public cordially in- i With contracts having bee'
sponsoring a bingo game 4,1, Ute4South '4 toes, relishes, i iced tea and hot for the north tomorrow morning. New Y..rk. .; ( <-$nit Cotirt t'l.vkt'reuSl 1.ms tt5ujwyereaii '...urtl I I viteo.MONDAY.. awarded for over 70,600 new 1 bational appointment as eec .

Beach Restaurant Patio : coffee. It :tiss. 'lAfliK I: IIAI.I. ind :> Katliie Nullainl -. ; NOVEMBER 29th- '' U U1! vacanc!
1 was much enjoyed" by IIAI.I. her hu,4,5li4. n5s' .. residential. dwelling units in 1 Ironies meci'mniC .
these games to btI I lield each i : .put> l"h.r" 1 I "John Loves first .
i all those present. ScJioolFaculty .i\-n 5t' is unknnwn. Itestflen. .. Mary. peescntation at the Coast Guard Base 4tiu
Harris .
l'rrIis- ':"1i..I" Jr.
Wednesday night during the sea- Attending the I u""II"'" n. AIt'rn.S fur .."..iltllff..I7. of Civic" Drama Guild .Florida since 1945, the telephone I other Federal agencies in thi !
JOn for the of raisidg' supper Here: i ISAttKi: .AZ\UI'S andl.AzRLS. -- .... .-.d..1 '.ISi5 has installed a large .
purpose \ -New York 8.OO ..
and Mrs. J. O. Aiken, Chief ; her kiasuun.i.. shuns gin 1'- 4> City p. m.. company area. All persons interested ma,;

funds for charity and welfare 1 and Mrs. William Bickel Chief Honored name i is iiikie.gn.. :-.;". -.11' lIar- High School Auditorium.. Sponsored j>'amount.of new plant facilities to I nbtain corrralete information an
I 1asitI
nu.I'.iMmior.! '. MarylandJAfoi tii1t01' i-anti i-i-asis':
V..M..I At .
work during the&ung, )"t'ar'J] and Mrs. William Bliss Chief and : Ii's.< .1110-: and :Mlrs. .1.\<'.01: .n ..a......'.. nil' S n.Sii by Jaycees.IIORERTS 1[meet the growing demand for the required form from the Civi

The public! is cordially \ 'Mrs. Dan Braxton, Chief and At Party ''a. i''It 1-::;. ins .te. wh..!>e given T'> \\11"\1 IT :MAY .1iN.'KKN: : I telephone service in the areas Service office in the Post Office
these .. ....... 1I.. Jeiice V.. will take. notl.-e thaI th-
attend. games. {I I Mrs. Louis Cherwa. RChief and name i o..l<.n. >> unknown ICua.nl u nt tVxiaty
During yesterday evening's I Mrs. Ed Irvin, Chief and Mrs. A most enjoyable evening was AI.AX:&; )t. roHKN ant KL.IZAHKTHl Mwtrs. i'uint) .pt.o .t'IiliH ..( i Telephone) Company, A. B. Doul- the Seventh Coast Guar' ; .
fessfem 'i all attended the .. .. ... .'. .... .. sil ot 7 ::111 (Continued From Page One)
the president of the CJub' Warren had by who l 4-4MIKN.: his wife. ,.r. :s .1'- ."alitl..d land D r. : : Florida manager, said today. executive secretary Board o
Schimmeyer, Mr. and .. 1..1.... XonliCarolina. I'. !M. on the 14th use. of |ln'e.-nher. ey. or
adi-e lip. :
I1. int. amp been indicated
last not
"Cootie Thurs- Saturday
was presented with a beautiful Mrs. Dan Party" given '.. 1 subdivisions are J Florid
j I Cain, Mr. and Mrs. I94H at the xint) < iirth..n>e in "Many of.the. District Miami 33, Applications
gavel by the husband of one of :. Melvin Duke, Mr. and Mrs. day night honoring the faculty of I AI.XX :M i .ollKX.:= JU. an.) aiis..ut..t ..Kry \% r.C Klwrida. t-..n>i liT ami. A<-- I by the material witness. being l I located: in areas on the and supporting<< paper ..
the members, Mr. Clyde the Harris School and given by :M ...IIIoJt: : ahu.m.- Klvennani. lerminiwhether or not the 'onnt\ Hamlin said today that he expects whereno
.Ewing. Melvin i the I until tarthe
Duke of exchanges
Mr. and Mrs. .. is unknown. Uesulen. ....- Kill n-nntansI aiwlaim anriitlil \ fringes will be accepted
who had brought it from Cuba. j Claude Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Wil the Room Mothers of the Harris I "...." .. ,..rI.h- .-..unl\ ami the iuliit'in -I to add some new evidenceto telephone plant exists, making notice. ,

The gavel will belong to the CJub \, liam Kirkpatrick School P. T. A. ':J.HTII..U.S: :and. and M that .-.. .. nstre-ts r ro.nl the chain" of circumstances it to construct for mentioned Carrie -
and Mrs. Vera .. .. Necessary position
: .ielin.uted
,..:: her i.nbiui. wb..ve Kivetiname inter.-vt th.-reiu U| .n
and will eventually be engraved ;, Wood. Prices for high scores were I < S.bt .n".....n. lleinoe un- .be -\..|> uf Ibe T..KDxite 151Si I.\- ; which led him to believe yeorig great distances new cable and I the salary rates shown below .
I i to Mrs. Edris Wallace I'la I ." ...l.I. Ebanks murdered when the
presented iousn.iln.tR. "': \1'\ re.-.rd..l ill was wire t 'theR locations before mad< -
1 routes .- with appointments usually
-- -- --- --- and Allen E. Curry. Booby : :M. t.AX\RISand KANN1H:&; I. I...... 4'1. Monroe <"ountt. Vtsnila.i'aiie jury resumes its deliberationsthis
II \7.\UrS.. his S ,r.. NO..; :2141 V: [ l>.-..rd... whirh said atrretr service can be furnished. at the minimum rate. Electronic: :

Of Music prizes were won by Mrs. Florence \\ I ....i- Sir. .I. I-or I.la nit, oreKofc., n..I. more i arti >ularl> df- I this afternoon. "We in.Florida are making anallout Mechanic Key West., linitmui .
program For Organ Russell and Kiki Albury. ISM-.KI.: : Tolt.AS and Tl'- ... rii..-<. as follow.: r-ad I There will be at least three effort to meet the fall I $11.3. intermediate $11.84, maxi i
IIIAS trer liu.->aii Following the "Cootie"; game in ..I.n.... n. Resilience unknown. kn w-B ..... Hay IMIh a.* shown I witnesses that will be cilled telephone service heeds both mum $12.32.

Recital Tomorrow At St. Pmi/: the guests were served refreshments ,>n "%ISIP I of ,.b..1.T;:; ,,f I by Hamhn today. Roberta if he local -and twll. for this j
:J. T"- tgs.ttifr..tl.5! ; 1'att ofL'.ls
.Mn.S.: T.
from a beautifully decorated TI T4>Itl.\S and decides to take the stand I
-. Sevtion 2s! T. -anil ,
.. wife, whuseF'en namrl
: \ his "
Charles R. Roberts.The -orfFn". ; t table which carried out the I'l wnk-..own. Ni.. IT KutlwlFe Avenue. .. IJ. .I;. 1':... fir :Mate.MmbeKey. .I II to tell his- story would, make .the; toe plan to sustain this vast .
:, l"--u""" Thanksgiving motif these refreshments fbarle-ton... South larolma :Monr. .'..u",'. FloridaKRS4 : witness. Among those-tbaX
; .IXTI-JnKSTKIr! MAY 'AtI'IiAR fourth provided .new capital Recital
J ToBIAS JR. a.n.1 MP.S.THOMAS : program Organ
following program of Chord Sullivan; Ave Maria consisting of delicious : J. T' .1fAS: his slip w h4. eri .\'t'ii .(.: 1u.lalT TMKriMB will be called is State Highway can connwe to.be obtained." !
Itn music! is scheduled for ur-I I Schubert sandwiches pickles poUV >en name i" unknown. No IIi.idsdrn ..NIi;.; Pl.-XCK AIMiVK SI'rV-. Patrolman W. A. Stevens of i
fntation by Charles R. Roberts chips, cake and punch.: Street fbarleston, S4.ul>ill'oilXTlo I"n- : Marathon who was called to.the
..\Y.1t 01t'4iXTV:&; i'OlSlSs1'siSs : !: -
organist tomorrow evening at I I Part II-Poems m Tune by i CIJAIN 1 and ,%:MlL1.tR : me. )a.OH"r: 'Ul'-T": : scene shortly after Ebanks' bodyfas I ExtendExams 11 Orgnn t ..

Saint Paul's Episcopal Church Ethelbert Nevinl _. / I \* \tS. hlv Wili'. Kr.si.lrn.-e .\1''"- Je1k.nLt4AS : found. "' '
J Special Cliurch- .. ; jy;: FRANR. KgN1'tEV. i ST. PAUL'SEPISCOPAL
beginning promptly it 75"1 i 'clock. A cordial invitation ', I ,'UAIN. hi" winwhose -. when he to Ebank!,;' CHURCH !tTltfHlHlcy
to attend -A Day in Venice"; (c) Canzone IIKItP.KUT: II. 9, i that got
A is" extended to the general Amorosa from "A Day in Ven. Services ForTliauksgiviug civejl nail is 11111.II""ii. Rn-C- .-.., body approximately $140 had : I
..I-n'I' unknsn.. 'X ""'1 < e. < | IT HT iii' THK ;"Gt' 25
public." I ice"; (d) Mighty Lak a Rose. 10:1\\\1:1': II. 'J .\iS *...1 IJU.IR' KI.K\ t\TH .II Ills I %I. 4'IHI I IT .. been removed from the snafu'sclothing Mechanic\ ,
Program: j (TRAIN= his Wife. Ueidm unI <>!' TUB STST1ml-' I--|.. MHI% .
Part III
-Largo from "Xerxes" knnwn.AXK1K. l> "M> FOR MW>K"I-: OtT1.. til 7sJ I..J!.. -
Part I-"Going Home" fram i It was the fact that Ebanks Civil Service
i HandelCradle; Sung. Brahms; : J CUA1X and 1% I The United'States -
the Largo of the New' World !I.Traumwei, Schumaan; Now A special: Thamltsfeiviag Day CR UX. her linshand. whimtiven 'H"'n.. t had the money before he was ; CoinnfcssipR} announces the PUBLIC CORDlXLLY
'will the Ix ."D.,"... llesiJen.-e unSTLAIR .IliUVIN. t:. IHlLfll. 1
service be h'1lby ante and the fact that. the :
Sympathy Dvorak To Wild killed IHYITEP
; a Thank We All Our God Cruger- kn..n 1-lulRtiff.. extension of the-date of an open :
Rose, MacDowell; The Lost Mendelssohn. Poinciana Baptist Church at 6:30a. TRAIN and MI:". St. vs. tin 0"' K money was missing lead Coiner: competitive examination i pro- '0

I m. tomorrow, it was announced "L.\I1I"U.\lS. his wife whose civ- )J.R'RI'TSS IxiLIMI. I Hamlm to state that the man)' wa? -- ----I
---. will 1 en name is link.".. n. Residence unknown. lt.ndant.niIululit '
I today."nJe service 4tK PI iti.iiST1OS'i'tisrgar.t I murdered and not hit by. -a !hiyi

First Presentation; ; l Civic I be held at the water's edge backof KIVRI C' IIOWK and MANXAIfA. = : .\n.i fN>lph.ZI2I i un driver amIt was originallybelieved :

I tty the Pomciana library. lii'\\"R. his wife. lt. minihenlIfl- ; falifornia Sinri.San ,'
j FrauiMi. I li. California
Joint services will be held at a. i'-; n.; WAI.I. HOWT: ami -- You are hereby: iuired t.i appear -
Drama Guild/ Next Monday NightThe 10 a. m. tomorrow in the First llo\VK.: her husband.: shone BiTenname I.. :... tOil for i'is'nnfun i
itnsiiiefl'Un- In the above t.t>lejitasf (
I is unknown. :igalnst you '
Church. A WOMIHwho .
Congregational .
Civic Drama Guild arrives'in p ed the YMCA 1 known." vn w I..r..r" the :"rd day ofHremhvr.
to building same five churches ... tinrslse th -
choir from 1 l.t.riSA: II HOWE and \ I' I' <
town next Monday night. N.JV.U time same date. All members are will render a special musical II'.\\ K. her bu..4MU>d. whose given allgatis.nantaiaed .therein will a' .
ts unknown. Residence unKl"VARIv be tak< n as confessed.l
strongly urged to attend this I name
for its initial play of the year. program. >vne and ortKr. d at Key West.
very important meeting.The CHARI.KS HOWK andMRS. this 2nd day ..f Novenil-. NERVOUS'caBse4
John Loves Mary." This I There also will be a Thanksgiving : "orlt&
profes- Jayshees held their instal- : : KI: 'W.\R1 fllARUKS IIO\VK. \. I'. l 4t.:
jonal\theatre from New : Service at the Christian; ,> wif... wh.e-e given name Is un lClr.-..it t*.urt
York grtmp lation dinner last night at the Science Society at 11 a. m. ..... Residence unknown.. Seal) Ross r Sawyer.ClerK by functiu2hnWLS'Do !
will present the play at the South Beach Restaurant. A fine I 1"1 .: : A. HOt tuid MRA AUIKKT of 'lr<-tiit "Vuitliy you suffer from tot BkibM.*..);. ...

High School Audit on urn at 8.00p. crawd attended this most successful "- A. 1111\\".;. hLs wife, whosepiven : Kathleen Xottaice.lirputy nmS-ag imubl clammy r*,ltPj.".. .
..nkn....n. Residencenuknown. i'tvrkv15..Ll.SM guuictioaal 'In1t&.Ia! POLLOCK'SAUTHORIZED
name is dun \0be
m. sharp. All those who still ,[ affair. Mary Lewi* was I Soderbergs % : V. AUtVltY.Vtlurncy period peculiar to women 13155yes.

out )have their reserved: seats installed as president, Marie Pin- AMKI.IAXX: l1u\1=:t' anailunvEy for Plaintiff .)?TbsflftQtn-1L1dia.PWtm:
would) i i j : her huslMind. shgiven n->\ 'l-it-17-f: : 1'14 VegetabU CoupounFor to PetSmS aucSyUtpWIttal ..
visit.the YMCA office on tIer as vice president Phyllis Have Guests .. ._ baa wbabOGSftIS .
.. .
I I| name I. akms R. -; n. un- ...
Jackson Square and 1 call a .wt&5tC 100101O eSacit. -Jan .. .....
immediately :; Higgs as recording secretary. known.JAX1E. Read the Classified Ads in The ..... i :
flbt.UQhell'! tickets. Mary Jane Pierce as treasurerand Mrs. Robert L. Hawkins, uf = ('. 144 iLM: tat and -. .LYDIA l PIHWM'S:'" ; f i
I .. .
I too '
U. a.)1O.. her hn.-l.and. e given 'itizen. :
This. Drama Festival Series is :, Juanita Pinder as corre- Bowling Green, Kentucky is the.. lutme is unknown, SO Baird St.Afrhevnie. ---- -. -' -- _. ---- --* ( AGENCY / Y'ctZh
1(44 i in of her aunt Mrs. 0101.Soderbtrg Resroen.unknown.. .----- ---------------- .
entertainment and enJoy.4 spending secretary. Norma Dopp guest N. < J.Il Ml.YjWIIW.I v.ilon L'.v.f101 Il\'Jf"JF1f1l'1t_ -
".. I I JI' : THORN K JACKSON .nd ':1S i I III -
the latter's homeat
most successful l season acted as Mistress of Ceremonies; at :M. JACKSO.V his *. if''. 111 S"rthIr.l.nd (.- .
bst J*ar. It i* something which''j I Robert Dopp and Ann Cobo each 1118 Fleming street. ."..""-. Sherman.:, T. \a_i PleasureDUFFY'S .

will good fur Key West and j, gave short talks to the group. Following her two week's visit WILLIAM T. tt'RibuiJ.ni. MUS.: \VII.- i Your ,- !7a&.am/
UAM: T limn tilv wife stnciv .
fii f"" yig; this IS a must on the 1 I Membership pins were given to Mrs. Hawkins will return to ennaui.eisifl klan',. Residenceunknown. '

lanai calendar! Lee Pollock and Mary Alice Les Bowling Green by air. where II [ 2 LtJ'LJN3INESdWITTNAUE

Tbf Jaycee meeting which wasnpnally 1, ter. A dance followed the instal- her husband, who U with the anIatli 4lefendan1 and all if of I IIVIIIK the al..>ovemtnied and- TAVERN i

scheduled! for the dub, latwn' Ceremonies; the music" was U. S. Army is stationed.Mr. if d......... the heirs. de isee". uraiilees. -

IIouse" on nagler Aye. at 8:00: p.-: furnished by John Pritchard and and Mrs. Sederberg also' ,ira-t.. .aosicn.es.... or!: ..th...r..-.claimant"or". re.utors.uml.rUili L{) \ R

"K Wednesday has teen chang his orchestra. have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. ,- ,Ieiilll5lt'de. eased. and all Offers

-- _.. t.I artif-< claimmc mi. rests l.\.
-- -- -- -- -- --- William J. Francis formerly ; r> \
Second i Ney York City. who have recently i.isii3i.l'tts'ssuiIst Ihrouvh. under ..r,:iKain-t or ..otherwise said ,l-- I II"
Winners Of
Age Group purchased a home at 1122 and all parishaving or I.IIIIIIIIK, "' [ Thanksgiving Dinner /f4 7fkhM _

I I Fleming street and now plan to .II.. ha\e au right title "rit "ro-l
fullowtnK h ril.-d ie.il
? the ,
WibyShuiv Announced; Charming: I live permanently m Key West.I'U"|>erllllijte.. I lyin! .und .I...IIIKMonn.e ?.jLi7)) N usaqiaia'1bewedd'snostbeen ,1' :

They are with the Soderbtrgs I: ::. : Count y. Stale .I |- | tn-It. IE' Champagne Cocktail j j.I "5q 'p fl welch" wuuwaro.lI.Old'I. itit__ -

Play Climaxed TITO Days9 FestivitiesYefterdiiy ; I I until their new home is ready i l.ot 4'ne (II. Sr.-lion T.... .ntvtKllt -- Juice Fruit Cup Shrimp Cocktail I II ) % t, I) grand poses 28 flold: medals c Vcul -
... I for occupancy. / < S*. T....shl|. :Si-.l:> fiveI ..I t Soup g ', welch for the U. S. OlyatcC

i the ;second group of be published tomorrow together I I Mrs. Francis is the sister of ;I thr.--.-.. "--0,111,3.' .,...f....ltanK.i ..at.. ,,n.inIm ,Ti.irixGARDNER'S II'. S :'-. I Assorted Relishes I II ,, 5Q '- Conutt.s. W.ttaivst ,.....-

duldren were judged in the with the names of the donors of : Mrs. Soderberg; she crud Mr. a.r'. ''HII'' ,.. nivi.,t-.s ., ROAST YOUNG VERMONT TURKEY gachod cenpamos wet tck lol Ike :
I los ka f
I l b.ned Loaquct : more tea )
I ,
""/ Show a., sponsored by St. all of I.kh't'I' Francis are the parents of AIrs.I i t'I"I, Is' .. ) HAM .:
these p&mica, w 1 v'u E \"II 'F t tto ... I BAKED VIRGINIA TENDERIZED -, S cS-tary Ianqiui.s witches .b
'imil'a, these children being in beautiful. ,I Hawkins. Mrs. Mary Johnson .. .1.\ "..,e,1 l I.. s,'I'r, '". ,.... $71.50; W.&Iauu .klaN tie* -
the age range of l' to C :I mother" 01 Mrs. derbeTg and at.. .""&llp,1 .a.t-. ,'" ,, .. II', '", I ROAST I $3i 75. ...aM. :.
z years At the Bazaar held In conjunction m'...", .. Ti.--, Fi.! -vt" Is.UI !" .1 rI GARNI 'i'7 "-.we r.
Iar$ The :same judges!> offaIlak4 with the Baby Show several I !i Mrs.: Francis is also pending "- t .., ,I.. :5(5'I( I i-! ,..d I 'lit ..II.. i SIZZLING SIRLOIN STEAK IN ;u
.... ., ,.
wintetwith the Suderbergs.I I t..r .' Io.h' e.ot \ l-'l. d! II.1. l LAMB I
as on Monday, wents uf importance took place. i I the I\1.-s 1,,. ', .,,1. .""""p .5.. ,.\ ROAST LEG SPRING.
"liners yesterday were as fol- of mad. S jy," ,.f .hIs ", d, French Fries
number rifllrs.
There were a I .. ,. ,,. I Potatoes Candied Yams
Jowl1 1,1' "h n 1.I 1.
={ Prttma gut first Pamela with lovely prizes, the winners Wester On Onions I Ii
Sac : Key Baked Green Peas Creamed POLLOCK'S
(White; second. BernaJette of which ate listed below: t t Squash MTU : ;.
Park!; third font lloltsbcrg.Haacjso..t Tossed Green Salad I II OUR .
Jim Ward, twkey; Mrs. Paul i
&. *)'. first, Peter 1. llyre. Jr., doll; Mrs. Buelah Resell USS Bristol InMediterranean : Ice Cream or Choice of Home-Made Pastries JfWfLf
Rueda I 5
; second' Kenneth ; tiWil I
$ ;
thirdJ I > doll; Fred Knight air pistol; : Beverage .
Bobby Bumell."eilthiest .
Hoi ton Jaycwcks air pistol;.June JREt/EPfOgAC/P : ;; -_ .. .L.... -
gut first Bcrnadette I ; I II -
mat vi-t. and Tti1I Out
bath ; To
'WOjValih\ ; second Pamela Jean Williams steward 4 1'C To!.., flut 508 DUVAL STREET ; :
kCwkle George Carey. afghan. Joseuh Wikwn, second -

filthiest; third boy Jill, first McDonough-, Robert I festivities The climax was of a the beautiful two day.s'and I I'rb'l1l claj i.Wilson USN, husband 72" Elizabeth of Mrs ; ____I ; FAMILY SIZE TOP Fly-QUALITY Crushed I II "ExpNwnct'fl Jewelers fur Three fti"H61Mt.'* ;

rord ;
I'rarJlyn lj second Larry ; thaa,1 colorful play. "Land of Dieani, :street K y'e!>t. is servingaboard I It FAMILY SIZE: i KEY WESTS: ONLY ':

Curry. Come True." presented last the destroyer USS Bristol I Stuffed with Old Fa h-

Jean&st dressed girls first. I night. The children weie alldressed ; with the Northern European mi ioned Dressing PINT Pies I J rL 7Jl1tl1llUlH'l

m.LI; second. Dorothy Mother Goose charai Task: Jo'una unit of the naval of GIBLET: GRAVY : I
Lou' Roni as Pumpkin 71I \-; I
+ Marshall third
and Mtxl-
; ,. Atlantic
and two of the orces, Ea U-in
*rg.Be. I teis and thiRfis la the play iterralienimWhei.etei. I PHARMACY 53.95 Hot Mince a SI 9Sc I
dressed boy. first., Ken- the solo dances. by little : possible, leave is: II I 1114 DIVISION STREET i I I
wttueda; second, Daiuiy Dow;! were enabling the ship's 9219 I
thizd Paula New house, as a bluebell, granted. personnel At Corner ol Varela for U"lwrraimu or Drlirrrr, Phone

Billy Cabana. little'Yolamla Harris a> Bo- to fee. some of the showplaces Phone 177 FTC* Delivery I 1 '
Ajonlplete: list of the prizes ci the Old World.
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'dtCt In r-otn >age groups will I'eep. -





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NOVEMBER 24. 1948

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J ,I The Weather |! FOUR S.\ILUUS ![m,Di ide, in not the oterfreese r'frif'ratt1r.:: dcsert' I Slot
Telllperatllres from !'dec One I
Destroyed PROCLAMATION (Continued : them as soon as pos."IPI I" ..|l'',
I didn't see how any of the sailors I ,
At 7:30 A.)4. EST FORECAST t Ihnv. are flan.ROBERTS
''' '
= WHEREAS:: the President of these United States has I 'could have survived I
At Courthouse Key West and Vicinity: Partly j
I TodayTotal declared Thursday. November 25. 1948 to be ThanksgivingDay. Station- Temp.I ,cloudy with a few passing showers i After hitting the <'itv tnuk

Atlanta 43i tudil '. fair and con which driven by Joseph: OFFICE SUPPLIES
I and ---------:--- I } Thursday j was
Of S 12 Fuuml I I Augusta ._ : tinuer warm Moderate southerly I Div the automobile rolled
56I 52.
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WHEREAS, the citizens of the City of Key West. Florida : I winds !I
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Billings --------- over three times and skidded on
In Ilir Ilo\; recognize the benefits and blessings received and the success I 32I I No small craft or storm warnings i I 1126 DUVAL ST PHONE 250
Birmingham its side for 335; feet tn-cording to
EmploymentHere : ; j have been issued
Morgan, I Is I fined I achieve in their endeavors during the year and Bl5mark ; __'t f"n__. 3_ ; -- { rf repot: submitted by PatrolmanBert I Place Your Order for

WHEREAS, the citizens of the City should have the op Buffalo __ 36 i Snj'der. PERSONALIZEDChristmas
#18n! ( In TIDES j ,
Court; Patrolman hank Caibaloiwhu
Shows 5Pcreel1LCaln for'te benefits Charleston __. 63 I
to manifest their gratitude and :
portunity Ba ,
(Naval >e) arrived; at the scene a few Girds
_:___. ._ ,
A "lot machine stizt-d' frum I blessings received now. Chicago Tomorrow I minutes after it happened car-

r.u.Mll"'iIIt'* up Stock ; j Corpus Christi =_____. ..__ 4S ,(Eastern Standard Time) ried:Beiinvtt to the hospital '! NEW DESIGNS
hUld) 5It\t'liIIi mUllth>> 'a"u wa.. ,, THEREFORE! by virtue of |he powers vested in me as Denver '----'- : 36 High! Low I One of the other sailors was LARGE SELECTION

destroyed today vn orders of t Mnvor of the City of Key West.Florida. I I. A Maitland Adams, Detroit _____::_: srj .. :: 3r '4:39: a.m. Ut t a.m. said.to have been Lloyd A. Held. |I You Are Invited To Look

Criminal Court Judge Thomas S.i j jCaro. 4 : and herewith Thursday. November 25. I : 1 5:45 p-m. 11:43 pin. I[Jr.. 17. who was only cut and i i Over Our Line
Mi Leave)' \m fined $250 So DeeiaresJefflutiglt I I, do hereby Ft. Worth -- :.. _.:4"--: :: : bruised
fur "xi&Mssaon t.f the device. yesterday I 1343. to be'Thanksgiving Day. and urge the citizens of our I Ft. Worth --:.-_ i : -.- 39! ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA ..

Jr., Manager Of City (o observe the day set aside for Thanksgiving by assembling Galveston ,, ___...:..:.__ ; _:_____ 41 I (Reference Station Key West) j
Th dMiu< hon. took place<< outside : I Jacksonville: ". _.:_--':' ..: __ 69 Time of| Height of
several of to
CounU Jail. Depiitv SI..rirr. Local Office Of themselves in their places worship Kansas: City ... __ .__ 37 StetionTide high water ,
William AnlK-r wedded the I give thanks for the blessings and benefits received during the KEY WEST '- 10 I

hammer which broke up the nia I IIII| rhine A total of $42 in ta.si.wis: Los Angeles: 4(3
found in the Ixix,; The money Girfdualh rising;; employment : of the City of Key Wsct. Florida. Louisville 26Mcriiian N Name Key

unit to the fine an I forfeiture and a reduction in i'nemplament \'- A. MAITLAND ADAMS 32 (east end) f2h 20m

account of the Oxintv piovnled I thr bu'kround : Miami, 1j Boca China :
of the of West
Mayor City Key (Sandv Point)-Oh 40mCdldes
Tins ntoininc,; in Criminal dunn: the past year.: ( Court Judge C m> fintvl Hugh Florida. I Memphis 34 ,
) rcn> .
\\c\t- > rftciMiIma: to the 10m 1.4 ft.
Morgan when. he entered a plot fn:t Labor Market Trends newsletter t This 24th day ol November (I. ', New Orleans .. 41)) ( end. ) oOo+ + :
of guilty. t>. drunken driving Evidence prepared by the Florida in the Year of Our Lord. I New York 43 NOTE :;
showed that'an one day State Employment Scrvuc I Norfolk .t
Morgan arrested l I One Thousand Nine Hundred Oklahoma no (-)-rMmus, sign: Corrections I
; was by State In his reportfor: use bj 'em. I IplojeaTS City 3Z i
Highway Patrolman J. J, I I to be subtracted.i j
ReyncJife awl interested personsl| and Forty EightLEAlirJIS Omaha 30Pehsaeola tot|
anfl tint the man was arrested needing labor market information .... .. 461 I (+)-Plus, sign: Corrections:
.. ---1 be added.
eight hours later by State
Pittsburgh 32
J II Knight;: Jr., managerof ;:
Highway, Patrolman. W. A Steven the local employment office. Roanoke _. -U I
*,for the,f me thing observed that the total employment OKV\\ \\ : ItHESIUE) VIM St. Louis! __ I -- - 2&I The first commercial diesel engine i

) The, judge ordered the 5150bind has increased approximately (Continued From Pace! One) ,j (Continued From P-co! One) San Antonio 39 i was placed in operation 30i;

posted by Robert Ewalt es- five percent: with gains,reftisteied to all Kai-Shek wanted an American San Francisco' ,. _. 5l i years ago. !
treated Lwdtl did not answer to a.: Thanksgiving, ; message j j Seattle -\61\
in piaitjcally all) j>egme/its! 'general I to take charge of the
his name when he was charged of industr: ). the 140000 members of the Fed Tallahassee: 0'" j4 i I
I and he indicated
with, drunken drivingRcinstalc :. ciration.DjScott's. ]I Nationalist troops Tampa '. _
; Trade and
seryicf; eetatjlish)), I ; message .,reads" follows ', that he would l like General 701 I t
--- ments always affected by the ; Washington; -- 4Z i- YARDLEy'si
I Gates I tourist:: season. had the usual fur : "The year 1918 offers businetia '|: MacArthur* to head them But I iI SAVE Ol
: I >jaAd.. pfpfessional: !: women several Some fashion !
tailments experts suggest
during the sumnyrt I '!j I lis was. :said hete that MacArthurwill t.
months but showed a net gain of J' 1 reasons for not be asked to relinquish: that men wear red-blue green; J TOILET GOODS i
Board Requests( about 15 per cent over the pcnodl t'The elections increased the number his pvt'r-all fo.muand in Japan nt'Ckties'ith grav suits, red I UNTIL DEC. 4th
of women elected to the Con If President and brownreen; for brown :suits 'and :
of a year. forecasts: for the area i :: the Secretary GARDNER'SPHARMACY ;
gress. Eight women will sit in red-blue- -jellow with blue : '
indicate substantial gains during Marshall reach a conclusion graj ,
The Municipal Civil Service our lawmaking body in January. suits. S.ad ..* Cvoroo w. .. ,_ *_ lock
the next two months, particularly about the aid this country will
Board last night requested City in trade and service including one senator It is cause be required to provide to crush 1 I SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO.
Manager Ralph D. Spalding to establishments: for rejoicing;: that we are steadily: the communists in China theI In the courtship of red head 1114 Division Street ,

put frank C-tes a suspendedrash Clerical and sales woikers if slowly, taking our rightful i I I I matter will be :submitted to congress ducks, the female is usually the i Corner of Varela Street CATALOG SHOPPING SERVICE
( truck driver, back to WOI k. dominate the supply of workers place in our national government. : for its decision Political agGressor. But after the mating PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERY
The board ruled that there available through the local Florida I "Even more important is the circles said that congress was not season begins, the male assumes I SIMONTON and FLEMING STS. PHONE 1560 If
Has not sufficient evidence fact that these women were put attitude c .
to State Employment Service likely to provide as large a sumas a more aressrve: "
support I into office by votes ob both men
the charges of ----"
of incom according to a special chart Generalissimo Chiang: Kai-
: petency, as charged, by Ivan showing the distribution of job land women, that men are now Shek has indicated he will need
Roberts, of the City Service Department applicants on file Of the total willing to accept a qualified woman to extend his control over all
and City Manager 192 active applicants, 75 are in I I as their representative. women : China. Since V-J More Than
regarded as citizens -
Cates appeared befoie the' the clerical and sales field and i are being Day
board at a hearing that started I about 35 in service work I worthy of all a citizen's Diamonds of one carat or I less
at 430: p, m. and "lasted until' Job opportunities available at rights: and privileges. I are more valuable than rubies or
\\Q JO p. m. Cates was there with 1 On the international scene the .
: the local office during October emeralds uf the same size. ,
bu attorney William V United Nation's work on the
Albury. : totaled 146, a decrease of 20 percent I,
Declaration of Human Rights is
under the total for a year I Of the world's states Russia is

India Watches I ago.demand The is for principle commission unsatisfied salesmen openly" ith men.awarding field.in marriage women and cqualitjv in the the miles.largest: with 8319000 square 132,500 New Telephones

automobile mechanics, carpenters economic j I _
"On the domestic :scene: the
Cotton ImportNEW I and stenographers. for The speed{ of blue-wing;: teals
number of women
Mi-, Knight announced that,this positions has been variously: estimated:
who work is holding their living I
new service of furnishing the from 50 t. 130 miles hour.directors' '
DEI.Hi-iA" i > an
-India the I under our system of free enter
second largest! lt..n Labor Market Trends to Key; finding teal
glowing I II I'ri..eVomen arc a in Florida
i West employers will be available :; meeting at the home of Added.
country the
in has to im' j opportunity to work freely and
without charge The news' Rose Miller
( Mrs secretary, on
annually; medium and long |1 to win a more nearly edaquatt
letters, which will be published
I lagler 1 Avenue. "Response: to
staple cotton
varieties worth return for their labor.
about $;:>>.000,000 This excludes I quaff telly, may be obtained b>' I ...For all these events of 194ft: !. this appeal\ on the palt of inem- .
wilting: or calling; the FJuradaState ".
th. quality she Impoll. hum let ns be thankful" The iiteas: < ic tens has l teen overwhelming.
PakuUn. Employment Service office ** '' said Mrs. Haiviy 'a- the \"-'"
was signed!: K.. Frances Suit. I
Paitition I will In 'nits'u'd:' A t't
of the Indian; subcontinent Wilhelmma lUicpn; 'sIdcntof renit 1..1. :
left Vast tracts of cotton Czech Medals the local Business and 1'1'.11 of puaUi r Mope i- litincpliin:..J'.it II I I t. facilities have been
$,000,000 of new
11 toil in Pakistan; and all the f I i stnnal Women Club ;
JVttun mills in India The total I to members: at a recent boaiti .if ChrLstnida" tide. i -
annual output in both the domm Arc Ribbons I I
proviae d and better service
Nina i iwn" the ar j;$ 4,000000: I for more
hicks. of Whnh Pakistan; shaieU PiiAGUi-u1'i-Th'-scared" ., '
une,f.iuilhPakUtan metals in Czechoslovakia is: re i THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULARJWCES

piomibed 1 to MippKtiHlU fleeted in :soldiers dot orations. I
6JOOOO) bales of cotton in Instead: of metal badges, they i i iI Located in the Heart ol the City
rvtuin for ilith now wear ribbons on their RATES WRITE WIRE
I I /\A\1C or Look at the record of in But in spite of the growth in business, telephone
i The &0\1'1 naut'nt of India is blouses. Red, blue and green i ib I REASONABLE llUUllld for RESERVATIONS telephone growth

planning to make India self.suf- i buns are /given for marksmanship td'be
continue dangerously
wllh BATH and TELEPHONE Florida about two-thirds as many new earnings:
iN lent cotton I and skill in field fighting
in and; has iUKSC; ;: "t tetl i : ;
: the piodiHlMMi ol mote coarse ; A !gold, silver or steel colored Ford Miller telephones have been added in the past three low. This is because the amount of money
I....hand (le*> limn varieties<< to linden leaf on the nhbon means: Pershing I
irdiMT India s Upendriut on j. extra distinction: Soldiers: will years as were in service in Florida in 1945. paid out to furnish you service has increased
fmeisn cotton also he authorized tovcai the Hold Hotel. lintel
---- | decorations aftci they leave the 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st A.., 223 ME. lit Awe This phenomenal progress was possible only at a faster Dace than the amount of money

(:.)(J J"Y I I service and go into plain clothes. I I 80 ElevatorSolarium Rooms 100 Elevator Rooms 80 Rooms through the all-out effort of telephone folks taken in.

pruxuMtly l Continued It a bin miles Pace! east One)of Subscribe To The Citizen Heated Elevator j I to meet the increasing needs of the state.Southern Bell's greatly" increased imest-

i Key WestThe I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION is evidence of faith in
Yes, Florida's telephone service has really ment in Florida our
proposed bridge would f I

have timber deck of 12 feet them RAIN! ,I I- I grown-not only in size but in value as well,; the state and its people. Future expansion

IK width>up between| Mted on curb steel and; would II den, Ii I II I i for you can now cal)'I) any.more people and l and improvement of the service will require t tI

The listing'hoiizonlal on 3-pile concicti.clearance bents he Will not beat in .n your ruts \ Overseas Transportation I many more can call you A total of more r many more millions of dollars of new mone}'. :

tween ticnt would be appioxinvatclv and furnishings when sudden than 356,000 Southern Bell telephones are This will have to be financed, as in the past
.i 2j fret, and the vcitual showers catch you with your I
clearance I under the .irdci' windows open wkil you aro \ Inc. now serving the state. Floridians are makwith money furnished by investors who maybe
would be about 6 feet above 1 Company
if home is -
mean low water and approximately away! with your, pielctd ing a monthly average of 2,142,000 long dis- expected to provide the necessary capital

water Sled There above would be mean 2 spans high Fait, Dependable Freight and Express Service II tance calls which is 55't< greater than in only: so long as they receive a fair return on

hon abutment to abutment It is CLC wlIw LI 1 and-KEY 1945. The daily average of local calls made their money. That's why it's so necessary

pit>p< ed to place a 275 toot 1........ a.. MIAMI WEST
folid-fill iausewa: ) appioach on Ta.On..d. : by our Florida customers is 2,309,000 as that telephone rates be sufficient to pay today's .

each side. of the budge The total rancid I Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS increased operating costs and provide
to 1,453,000 in 1945.:
of the s-i.-t compared
length structure would be
I C..._..... tiud i B.tw*.a Miami and Key W..tI
toOO feet, ; reasonable return to those who have invested
Colon I Willu E- Teals of the O.hlM en- But that's only part of the story. A vast a

engineers. lays it is nut intend i : trii I Express Schedules! amount of new construction was added in their savings in the business.

\Ui hold a hearing on the appluaturn Ii c......:...,.. (No Stops En Route) rates in Florida are not sufficient
t Telephone
order install and these
and that an>bud>' upi>aec I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT to serve telephones.

to granting the permit may do Min ,I S.aa.t. t t SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. Since V-J Day:, 15 new buildings have been to meet today's costs and( assure the
writing to the Coops 1 of En = 1 rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid I

.... P. O Box 4970. Jaikson. G..... 1 night. I constructed and 19 buildings substantially Company's ability to render good service.
vile HIM Ida. in time fur the' ... A
letter t t.. be letfivt-d .n >.i bit on '...lih.. .li.NCntr.l! t LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI) at 12:00 DAILY clock(EXCEPT Mid I enlarged providing more than 327,735 square :That is why we are now before the Florida

Det-eiubei 7 :' night and arrives at Key West UC Railroad and Public Utilities
i feet of additional floor And central Commission
-- -- hrd } :00 o'clock A.M. space.

...tU Head.ei tl menu Thc Citizens:, l:1.flt.: WINDOWS PORCHU ANa l. nal Schedule: ; office equipment has been installed making seeking rates that will enable us to continue

,. CRnN.DOOft f ; (Stops At All Intermediate Point) with and
to provide good
r possible a greater expansion of :service;; facilities you
prght.: ;..,=.r.. i... 10....r> upI, I Ib LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
i SANTA CLAUS HAS bier' 'ng roie, :ack drafts' and 11'0'=:9 'I j CEPT SUNDAYS) at 800 o'clock : throughout the state. Nearly a thougservice..
.c:, .:.do- s lit free' wo t-r rev. d i A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
f JUST DELIVERED lei;'13 .f putty oreood w;ea.wi. end : 1 o'clock P. M. and new long distance circuits have also been ;'/ Z' (
t.,4jc. poi.'i.g .ai.t...nc. cast :. y
-'I esh'y.Coevenient SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and added to handle more calls more quickly. Florida
Doll For Every Payment Plan arrives at Key West at S 00 clock
t CALL-PHONE 1042 P. M.
Little CuU Buthd. Manager't
....:..KEY WEST- i

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