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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U.S.A.
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VOL. LMNo.. 281 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25.:: 1948 PRICE FlVt CENTS



Ebanks HearingAdjourned I EAGER GIRL RELUCTANT. TURKEYT \NKSGI\ING.. I
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!ITHear/?/ Other'k--- t City Of Key West


Testimony At Chinese Claim -

That Time 1 1I t I Current Liabilities; Are Carried At


jury I heard Conflicting i i i Victory In Area Propose To &:;5./6/; Current: Assets


I Tt'felimiioy Yes-lerday; .I East Of SueliowTrn Let Israel Join At $596,979

ItolMTl Mill firing held
On the basis of a "Combined Fund Balance Sheet"
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,\" Material Wilne*>!s Village; Recaptured I 'I,
United Nations prepared by Charles R. Roberts, City Finance Director

ri.uttl in a quandary l by con .toil 'Hirer- >niiuiiiu-.l as of October 1 the of
City Key West is held to be in a

fluting testimony, the jury sitting ': Ilrigadea 1h.iru) .cI, j C I Hut Great Britain sound financial condition by City Manager Ralph D.
on the inquest being heldbefore I ---------- ----- -

Coroner Roy Hamlm into :, Statement Declaresn1hr Oil Wirephoto Spalding.
Oppose' Mint* Till I

the death of Henry Chi holm f' < '._la.r4 lr....*.l THIS TURKEY GOBBLER seems reluctant to take the tidbit offered by seven.year.eld Faith I' Usually banks and other financial institutions

Lbanks, 19 at Marathon last Saturday j NANKING. Nov. 25.-Nation- I Whitby at Pittsburgh. And there reason for the gobbler's uneasy: suspicion. Faith's daddy is \ral* And JCH when
i determining whether to make a loan to a city or
adjourned until Saturday ; a list! headquarters today issued waiting (out of sight) with the axe to start preparations for the family Thanksgiving Day feast 1 ix Boundary Line i

to hear other testimony j a communique: in which it was :i other organization, look for the current assets account.
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How Tom Roberts, 50 homestead ,' stated that three Nationalist PARIS Nov. %.>.-It was said : in the financial statements submitted them.

rams used into possession car battery uT dealer abouti i armies aiea cast have of Suchow converged and,; have on the recaptured Hunger Knows No NationalityPresident t toddY that the State of Israel I If a city or other organization show current a&buts

wash i 10 villages which was founded six months; in excess of current liabilities of two to one. then-the
$100 on Friday or Saturday It was said further, that in ago: may be admitted to membership :
the question the jury had to'tic- Itn t driving out the tominum..t Says In Discussing in the United Nation in city or other organization can borrow money with safety

'mint.; Roberts is held without troops the rebels lost three bugadcs I the next two weeks. I j i I according to the banks.
bail in County Jail as a material in dead and wounded andin
witness in the case !j prisoners captured. However it was added that : In the case of the City of KeyVest the current

Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer tes- \ Generalissimo Chiang Kai- Observance Of Thanksgiving Day Great Britain probably will not I I assets are listed at :$>5aG,979 and the current liabilities
tifu-d that Roberta told him on Shck was said to be creatlv agree; to that proposal A British '
IIIP way down here from Homestead disappointed"over the statement Hi 'lurkiOur" Of .. spokesman saia that Great Brit- arc carried at $35,16431 according to the figures
he had his wife S80 *
given t yesterday of Secretary of State
Ian will not be in accord with compiled by Finance Director Roberts

on figured Sunday.against This:the testimony evidence was of I Truman Marshall that had he not and reached President an I N-M-ii (;h'U Him, I r"llllllll.AI Russia SaysWestern such uncertainty a proposal of the because boundaries of the of f These figures give Key West a rate of about 17 to

Arthur A. Berry of Homestead about the assistance 35 INmiiil-. I
IK had heard Roberta tell Ebanks the agreement United States will give to the I \Ceighed ; Quiet Day IsHere the State of Israel. {11 l so the city manager said yesterday that the city is ini

riday Then night State that Highway he had only Patrolman $3.- Chinese Nationalist government Came 1 From Georgia 1)tSS111' On Bloc reached Arabs an and agreement Jews have about not the yet i I a really sound financial condition.

William A. Stevens, who I C ft.. Tar a..tI.oSWASHINGTON. !...*... boundary lines, and the spokesman : I The entire combined fund balance sheet furnished
Ormond Airfield Nov. 2); TlutlfkSgib'inr i added that Great Britian i
was ailed to the scene when j by Roberts follows:
did not see her way dear to Ute
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lurks: body was found recalled President Truman had seven turkeys Blocks Action
I". flu. "land, !stated that Mrs. Dana I Everything in the city wa admission! in the UN of any na THE CITY OF KEY WEST. FLORIDA
To Be Leased : from which to choose his Six
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Whit of Marathon had told him
dinner, and quiet early today as the city I i OMHI.. >rJ:U KM:
&U had paid Roberts $100 for Thanksgiving Day I (:.iteI I liree Objerls tWhy u ISVLA.NCE: : JjllEETAS:

fishing! ; leads !she had bought For Crazing he chose: a 3Vpounder: that hd !i generally observed Thanksgiving :! Cohen To ConIC AS OF OCTOBER 31, 1941
1 fiuni him Mrs White is joint; been sent to him by an admirer j Day. Western: Toter, ASSETSi

I uunci SI...... of tdhe Marathon Drug c"-. .. 1e lSO.,.' in Oiegon.: the only state in the and There suitable was sermons snecial delivered music: : Will Not Agree To Before Hamlin Cash. All City Funds b..._. _. __ S :373.38306

Thin the jury determined it CHARLESTON S. c.. Nov. 2j; I west that went for Dew ev. u Kinl: Berlin Blockade j Current Taxes Receivable. Year 1948 _.._ .-.._.._... 126,5600
would adjourn until Saturday at -The Navy has announced that The evident had .no plans. I Ii at the Union Services I Personal Property Tax Penalties .._ ,. 98816
'< m.a in to hear the testimony it will enter into negotiations for I i made for the day except'to-r$- held in First Congregational 4 Hf Tie twwrlatrd rr._' On WednesdayMax ,i Tax Certificates and Delinquent Taxes _"_**-, ._ 70.4 10.69

..I Mi, White in regard to the the leasing; of an auxiliary air- main at his. desk and work hard. Church. Bells of St Paul's I PARIS Nov. 2;). -- Russian : : Accrued Interest and Penalties .. 4.98463
i>..\UK'nt to Robertsnilhir field near Ormond, Florida forgrazing Episcopal Church sounded for :'J|>kcsiiien at the United Nations : Cohen of the Accrued Tax -
proprietor ( Electric
The property I I lie said it was to be regretted Equivalent City ) u..- b .-_ 10.50000
., \. thing; the jury mabe consisting purposes: of approximately 1141 that countries such as Russia:: and the morning services.; At the session today said that the West South Beach Motels will be giv- Accounts Receivable _, .. .. .. 10.21603i
i ll il t u.n! to hear Saturday is I ern Powers arc deliberately holding en a preliminary hearing on .
,. I it i"nt being !sought by Coroner acres i t> located in Volusia Countv. Argentina! !great food.producing Poinciana Baptist Church the i up the settlement of the Bcr charges of assault and battery
I I j i SECURITIES AND
11.lIlllm fn Miami ofI about two mile north vest the Thanksgiving Day services i hn blockade older to attain INVESTMENTS
>m a police countries were not parties to in filed against him by Miss Marge
I I.. who scheduled to make of Ormond i! three objects : Due from Securities in Trust ._._ S 172,555.23
11 "*'> I United Nations: food agreement I will be held at the watersedge : Lang;: Staples avenue who alleges U b
a il truck property will bo received until II joining; mthf I congress authorizing the United office and broke her left hip i I Investments no. ._ _....._. 2.06150
txvo-thirtv p. m. December: 21. i I movement t'> help fed the Nearly all business places 1
"l'i "\lSheriff. Sawyer i States government to join the according: to Peace Justice Roy i i ,
I I".t." I stifled yesterday that Rob- 1943 at the office of the Public.Works i world I, he stated that a great deal I i were closed with the exception : Western European Military Alii Hamlm todav j||I FIXED ASSETS .
Officer Sixth Naval District could be done to relievehunzcr I I of restaurants and drink ;
u I. Lave him a shirt and a hot- I more ,;nce now composed of Great Miss Lan; says; she went to the Land .S 2SS.196.00I
i Naval BaoC S C.. and willbe I : wherever it exist>, j, ing places 60 wise the U
iltlmkv( which he said Rob- .
(Continued On Page Six) :Motel office to collect rent from
'' |I Buildings __ 69920.06
toed; Ebanks. publicly opened it this office( Mi. Truman remarked !>I nifiI Navy Station city and coun U
him brlonzcd
111 I : to 11 a clerk there. In the resulting argument : Improvements Other Than ...._ .
Il.a: 'rU said that Ebank., had left U 3 p. m on the same day. Ml I c:'ntlv that hunger know. no nationality -i ty halls and the federal ,I Buildings 1549310.30
she alleges Cohen threw J
bids submitted must be plaml' and that it U absurd! ,in building. Gerald i i Furniture and Fixtures 12.562.44
ti 11"11 in his truck according;: to Ayala her to the sidewalk. She still
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UK' sheriff marked "Scaled Bid Grazing I 1 I a world of plenty for people to : There was no news at either Monroe '! Machinery and Equipment __.. ...... 129,969.10
in County Hospital.
AI,. Lease. United! States Naval Aux starve He !said he hoped that the sheriff office or j
Wilt-v Sanders<< :, a \toll gate kccp- iliary Airfield' Tomoka Satellite 11 I discussions: would be made with police headquarters this Died Last, Night alleged: to have assaulted a wo- DEFERRED CHARGES
4 I1 at the Dig; Pine toll gate: Gra- Field Florida: Russia and Argentina" that would morning. man with a hammer some time ,, To Future Taxation for Bonded Debt Retirement $1.334.77353
d'1 I'urrcll a chief petty officer Bid forms with instructions: I I result in those nations joining the Gerald \vala, ;33. old; last. ago will be given a preliminary I i To Sewer Revenue for Certificate Retirement 65000.00
i.1 I the Coast Guard keeper of the and a facsimile of the lease containing UN food agreement 'i II".1..6, II ". evening 6:4o clock! in Galey :Memorial hearing before Hamlm i -

i cut i on Sombrero Ke\'. the terms under which I \mcrican troops throughoutthe --- Hospital after a short ill. Tuesday Hamlin will also give i, TOTAL ASSETS $(,22 .931.S3
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ban-It said he had'seen Rob- the property may be occupied I world have eaten are eating Nc\\ ; nc >s.
hearing to Max
i preliminary
Iit.I pas through the lull gate will be furnished prospective: i 01 will eat turkey todav; Besides I Stop() SijjnsBeinj ; Funeral services will be heldtomorrow \IcKin7ic who allegedly assaulted -
bidders b\ Public Works Officer I Amcr civilians have been : t t LIABILITIES
7 and him the !can II ,in the chapel of the ,
dt m Friday saw !
p. a woman by hitting her Allthe
.;:gain on Saturday. apparently Sixth Naval District The I placed in a position wherever Placed] : Lopez Funeral Home at 5 p. m : hearings will start at o ', Accounts Payable .S 35,16-1.31
Loaded for Kev West The test!. property may be viewed at anytime they are in foreign lands to have \. G. Perez Cuban :Methodist p.m.Here's ; Securities in Trust Payable (Contra a'c) 172,555

11'>nwas n..t'considered impor- I their traditional turkey dinner Chunh will officiate . . . Due to Other Funds (Contra a/c) 41,60423
tint -- American civllans in the .\meric About KM ni x\ stop inS are Burial will be in the family, .
Burrtll said he had a beer with Firemen Called I n zone of Germany were provided !juna placed b;%' the Police\ De plot in City: Cemcfrv- Something New!!! FIXED LIABILITIES

it.. band Ebanks in the Flamuw with 12.000 pounds of tiu- Pditmcnl at a number of street. ''( Survivors: widow... Mrs. Emma Lobster ThermidorThat Lease Agreement Payable (South Beach) __ S 21600.00
mttiMxtiorUhtrc traffic conditions .\j-ala: one sister Esticga! : Infante
; Bar Marathon at about 2 I kc.Todav : Sewer Revenue Certificates) 83.00000
Trash is. the 327th anniversaryof die exDecled hI be unusually -' Ayala and and
nephews
FireA
nieces
lie said Roberts
Saturlav ,
.u i 1\1. By>' Supreme Crustacean Refunding Bonds Payable 1.425,000
the observance of Thanks
tlrovi off in his truck a little la. lv : hedthe coming; season Ayala was a veteran of World
It Soon
fir ind. Ebanks still was in the I I ins in the United States, and the according to Police Chief Joseph War I and t will be buried with Delight Try
:: :: I I and Often1NATURALLY! .
III trash fire broke out in the 300th observance of the day in i Kemp today. military honors Arthur SelI..yerPlbt I RESERVES -
I rear of the builoingo l on Front I 1 Danvers. Mass. where Isaac Put There will be some' replacements Honor Guard will attend Reserve for Estimated: Losses on Current Taxes S 533330
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street near Ann street called the |I man. who fought in the Rcvolu I ol old isns: The new :.the funeral hold services at the I i deserve f for Estimated: Losses on Delinquent Taxes 21.310.2x"
City Firemen out at 2:10: a m. ,, lion, UHS born sisns are higser and brighter: grave side and will fire << volley 1 Reserve for Estimated Losses on Doubtful Account3 1.532.11Reserve
Offering New toda\. They fought the blaze for Turkeys (for Thanksgiving;; I than the okl and will be moil with taps bv a bugler Pallbearers for Taxes in Litigation 1lS31.SO
some time. There was no dam ; .tinned m prices thr..u_hOut theounli'v I plainly \i-iMc. to t \i-itin.. rln\c: will Ix. s( Ice ted from the Lc I Reserve for Contingent Liabilities 11680.00
Trucking Service ije; to adjoining piopeit h- (' .I..an t *>.> itnt. a [x>uncl i I .\ nuinKi of( the old .I i-.n-," have .Ion, Reserve for Encumbrances 51.15
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GENERAL HAULING i I SURPLUS
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pa'l'd: I h; the new <>nnTICKETOFFICE". Palace
Every Load Fully Insured I : Theater Combined Surplus Ail Funds $ 337.702JB2
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: "" Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer in I investment in Fixed Assets 2.015.95700 1 !)
Island CityTransfer BARGE LINE. Inc. FOR SALE
CLYDE.MALLORY DOCKS BRADY'SPoultry *\\ lien. Comorrov Cinne1: *' TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESERVES and SURPLUS: S4,229.931.53
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:itte iKry: -litest OTtttou! TWO MAIN FACTORS 1 I. Lottery May i

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Published Daily Exrept Sunday by I ZJ
-- -,.. r. .'RT".'''. ttw..r .a4 r..h..r Every day in Key West one may hear .
-. 'un\1U.. 'RTL'". n.*l.r... >1..Ker Aid Refugees i IJ -

--. C..rner Frnm r.r..ne The fltl!and*.n AnD Building treet. discussions about the high cost of living. II i BIRTHDAY : ,-. I /

-- trJy Unity Nr..*i>aMT In K.yut and NOBLE
.y Monroe, 'ounty One Key Wester will say' he recalls when j SIMLA, India-CPV -The gwr- BY EMILY
i By (JP) Newsfeatures I t A? NChAPTER _...
Lrrrtd!: at Key "..at. Florida as second class matter one could buy this or that for a certain 1' _................ : ernment of East Punjab has decided j I

: )It\lOt UI- Tin: .,%....C.'TfU PRri amount, whereas he has to pay twice as i: HELEN GAHACAN DOUG- I to bold a state lottery with : suffered and that is over. I'll'' her Go and win for us."
the Aiated ......." i.. e"la..I.ly .e.titl.d tu i:1 "world-wide scope" for raising a : 7 "But-" a
use rur reprudurti..n or alt news dinpai.-bea credited much or more today than he did at !such I LAS. born Nov. 25. 1300. at BoonI I I sum of $150,000,000 for the rehabilitation i JIEEGHAJTS: mother rtrrrd Joe down" you"Joe 1
'u it ur oct otherwise i-reditnl In this paper. and N. J.. of ROSALIE opened the door to his quiet him Out
ton. alf puhed
I daughter a RpubticanEpiscopa ,, priest *!
bleb the Inral news publi .hvd here. and such a date. of 4,000,000 non-Mas- : the hospital;; ten days;; knock. The Meeghans' flat was THE
-{ urn refueees. I after the girl's return. It cameslddl'nlv !1 the kitchen door into
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Monaharus'. justa I
: !n'II.rKirTio\ n.T' To those Key Westers and the coun- smaller than the were already
Several women -
'-'JI. Tear : ......__ $1% 01) (han civil engilnter. i A letter has: been addressed to \ in the way such things kitchen. living room.- and the I the' hall.
-- .i'_ < Months -.-. .. ___ ...___ .____ '.419 try at large good news came from Washington Helen left {1 the government of India asking it' ;Jo afte.: they have been expetttd ; bedroom in which the dead woman I Ii standing there. The news
-.Lree .._..___.._ like wildfire. It was
Months ::1.0 hourly tor a long tirre. And BS had spread
.ai, Month .. .... .. .._....._......__.m........._..___ I.'''' yesterday, telling of the fight President i- Co i u m b i a sBarnard : to organize the lottery or permit usually also happens after all the i had lain so long and suffered so I as if the block had been waitingfor

\\...1Iy .. ., ._._._ ..._. .. ....-.___.._ .2:0: College I '; the East Punjab government to j years of devotion Rosalie was not ,much. The only entrance was into just tit;.;. He picked cut two
determined to
Truman is ; Joe had been
wage 'I the kitchen where
to go on organize it. the apartment
.iEflTieiG itTt:" || with her aLt the d..N'ot that st made wOmen to help in
: 'ade knua. on -lor.Uo. against !spiraling prices. We know thereasons the stage. She j i[, The question was also discuss-!! I would I have made much difference.C: .' .st&ndin.e His dark sweater ready for as Joe started down the stairs. Hot
starred in''''ed during recent finance minis-! as t1! 'poor woman had neverbgrnOflCIOUS him look big. strong I told the others they could help
have and all ,
why prices quickly.
"Ptf'IL xtiTio: gone up, I '' any fight lie spoke and went
All drama, !! ters' ? of her return. 'best with their prayers
conference
in Delhi.
reading resolutions opera ;
ranis ( thanks
notK-es. <> i ;
.. ,' of thdse not confined to the "Is she better. father? Soy sheis. girl on the bPd.I .
f Tffftfrt obituary notlrcs. i"" 'ts." etc, will fee reasons are and I It was Father Toushey him elf tack to the
.liaricr for at the .* musical j I .". closed for moment
ratf .f 14 -nls a line. I I His eves a
'. N(>nrs for churches from government's buying for shipment; abroad. It is estimated that some 15- who went to break the- news oRose:4. ] '
"mifrtainnieiit. I/T dead
is off few
comedy and i *- "She is better Joe. ? se He might h.-ve dozed a
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wlikt. revenue Is t.. I... rll are :. rents a line 000,000 Americans have omede>- "... He knew she would. .b "
"jt:* Citizen l.. an .><.. n l-.rum and Invitea diic..n r One reason lies with :some" industrialist: ; was caflerf 'one i iof I home. j jiiU ready tog- .y ofci with; It is .a blessed release. I: minutes ando gotten': some much
..r ..... ....... ,. I gree of hearing impairment, but I commotion from
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pu. I. .t..i! -ill." ) uf |4M-I <.r Joe Monahan. who was'boxing In Joe lowered his, eyes. Iust you needed rest
K.-,..-ral Interest but will and manufacturers, who are reported to be Hh..D.v&a. the 10 most 1
aU...... it n"t iml.lNh snunymous only one-third or less need hearing the semi-finals of the' 'ahiateurtoumameBt tell! Rosalie?" the kitchen hadn't startled him.
making profits. beautiful women in the world." I aids. Mrs. Harrigan and her friend-were
enormous that: night : -Yes. Joe. But I czn't hold yon.
Wed I
Why has the increase of this or that to Melvyn Douglas the actor He saw two cars and a group' They are waiting for you down- insisting on barring out somebodywho in.
; I she entered politico; and became LEGALS of excited people in front of stairs. You're a hero to them Joe. insisted on coming He got
: item been so pronounced? The Presidenthas the f Democratic "glamor Rosalie's house and sighed s You must win tonight! For jr.e. up and reached the kitchen as a

girl" of Congress.England little. It would have been better* too.- till!. stronnly-made young man
committee to find the j
<3> 1948 appointed a I .% l'thIl ( IBIS IT r CI MT o.- THRri. if it hsd been later and the block Thanks Father. But-" forced his;; way in. with the two
In the ..:, I'N ji I>MII. C IM<'t IT old women clinging! to his arms
that finding I
answer to question. M 'M .... .. enthusiasts had already gone!: with
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American trade Needs I "T%rt: OF rl.wnm M "N'>- their champion and his sweetheart -
answer, some men in are rcom. pulling on her gloves. Her "Enough. Mrs. Harn an. Ill
.j ( KHI.HHItf.lt But he had been seen and I
and "
likely to do a lot of squirming while the I I'sa ., 11.435. I there was no chance of delay.I He I I I face<< fell at sight of the the priest floor. He speak to him.
Scientists I hem yd.ey Smiley.l1gitiIf.. drew a deep breath as Pat Bulger she stood rooted to The woman dropped her grip
investigation is going on. came to her and put a gentle handon but was still voluble. "Father
hurried to him. hat in hand.
... up
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IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY: WEST Another item of decided consequence ('..Ii..n Ita' SmIley.I And how is Mrs. Meeghan poor her arm. I Toughey will attend to you-you
child. The idea o' breakin' intoa
STAFFORD England. (,T) I .renda nt. I "You must be brave, my spalpeen.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN in keeping up prices and giving impetus to Britain I or PI R'.'.--tTIO soul! Father even braver than you have been." house o' death like a heathen.
needs at let :200,000 Tn: <'..ll_ I'ale mile.".. "She is dead, my son." "You she's dead?" j The priest shook his head. "We
mean
inflation is the enormous government pay scientific and technical workers I Tad".:-at..rI' Cndfvn..". N.Street" v. Pat's lips moved in a swift "Yes;;,-my you child. The release has won't call names. please. Mrs. -

Mar Hotels and roll. of Virginia has submitted then he Harrigan. I'm sure the young man
1. Apartments. Senator Byrd twice as many as it has Ton are hcrrlty required t appear prayer: spoke again. come. "
I JMW-I' l." the lill t.f Complaint for "And to tell them?" For second she stood there doesn't understand. t
:. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. you've come a
figures after figures to prove that theadministratkn's says Dr. C. P. Snow ... i die.ree. is the ni.- ..t,..-.I ..av_ "I do understand. I got the newt
The of
a priest patted his arm. -Yes swaying, her face drain.-d
8. and Sea. ... .
Airports-Land the
i I".h i.s of IS- m'.r. \ II.
lector f scientific They had instructions
t> the hospital.
from ;;
at bureaus are operating ona appointments I i"4. .tlo-rn.i b.c the Ollcgal.noth.rcl Pit I must do it" color; then her eyes closed and
4 4. Consolidation of County and for the government. Opening ,. ..lii )10.. tdkni. a,. ......1. ,>,..l.Thi. "You-yoU couldn't wait?" she pitched forward in a dead to let me know at once.I .
City Governments. topheavy basis with a surplus of employes new electrical training labora-, order to I.. published ouc But the man knew even as he faint. She would have hit the came from my hotel as soon as
:: Wed. for fi>ur i.n.utivr Hvrk.sIn asked. The others knew and kitchen table! if Joe hadn't leaped I Rot the message. I knew Rosalie
I 8. Community Audi Un him. entailing salaries running up to many tout: at Staffordshire county!I The .. too "
Key; t\eM fitizt-n
u ne "pafrr would reed me and I am here
stopped their arguments over forward to catch her in his arms.
technical colltge. he said that .yl li.-li. .-.l in Key; % Kl..ri.U gay
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hundreds of millions of dollars in the aet. I'm I
"Of didntrecognize
-- "the sc.mmcity I!j i I'm ne mid. rU.-re.l thi.o tmh of scitntists is a I I..f the first and in his you but then I have
course of a year. Senator Byrd in one of his: \rnilxr. \ I' I14SSKAI.I step spoke I then. at the priest's gesture
problem more vital than the. ( Rttss C' \\VTKR. gentle voice which had a special carried her through! the living/! only seen your photograph:: -and
: last statements said that the government shortage of raw material." Clerk......f i hervult .'.....rl.I meaning for every one of them. room into the bedroom. where he in uniform. Come in Wayne. I

3IONOGRAPIIDear could dispense with the services of (650,000;; A t present Dr. Snow is directorof I I .u.ir Hy: Kathleen Count. N Florid...II..K'>-.. Irs. Meeghan is dead. I know laid her gently on the bc*t. didn't! know YoU were here. "I
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technical personnel for the I ItaMMiiy .'I l" r..... you all will include her in your The prMt! drew him out of th!' thought you wortin California.Te .

Readers: employes without adversely affecting the English Electric Co. at Stafford. .I"II..r THOMASAIM.; '.;.r ,hPl.intiiT.. prayers. You all know how she I room. "She id all right. I'll see to' ( be continued)

One of the difference* between I multifarious bureaus.Cut '!. The company cent ibuted $40- j n..II-ltI- :;.""'. :!.I'q -. -
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l\ Tnt .'lHt I IT eel HT IIIIIIDmllllllllllllllllllllhllUlIIIIIIIIIJUIIIIIIJIIIIIUl: : III
tip Tin:
\\henanewspapergives: free space to bringing profiteers to time will do much to college and gives its apprentices ; ."..." .:,.,... JI 5pS1 555.. 45554.I tr -D 1,1 fl 1
time off to jlleiid tlu- school. I ... T.It "T'Tt: "I' ..."IIIt'.I" 'f illl{ 1i.iH.11
West In
: jrovernment. churches an-1 other organizations stop; inflation and reduce the high cost of I l 551)" sUasiny.lea.SIlK : slosleol'. : 4IIT5." Key

there i in no occasion for :special I living. Radio .. ,.. 11-123.:
ProgramsBy ni4-ii\Ki, 'I. \1 I:1-:1. .Uiii .t.:, Gone
thank! rlulninf. Days ByAS
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: THE ORACLE If democracy is the light of the world, The Associated Press VI!:<:\INIV :\1 \RiI; : :\:>MIIK.: TAKEN FROM FILES:

we must see that the light is kept burning. I I. > :ll .I'ffenfljnt.lHI .*. PI mill. 'TIO" OF THE CITIZEN OF
Daytime Summary To. \ In.,,.... :Marl.il.x.rr.. NOVEMBER 25. 1938
7 : V.irnum Street.
aSPEEDUP FOR SOCIALISM "HUMAN RIGHTS" CAUSE CONCERN are Sc'tctefl tlroac..t' program at the ,*aicl. litttd tm Mstt.I_. \rhTicl..n. M.iw' :. .-hii--iv, HimumuiimiiiiiiaiimmmiiiimiimmimimiiiiiimirOrders
'1 ''U ar lierehjr ro-.r..r l I.i
lay ,tr.ugh. Fruity.ctneh T.m.standard istasternstandard. IWS- !>. ,.. the Hill" ,.... I iT I tract ens hour For ; for o"taln itand' u-, ...u In lb.al...,.. ...,1..., city officials to close all i

According to an authoritative 011wn'f'r The Social Humanitarian and Cultural ard two hours. .lo---ml.er.-.'n-< ..n.r.\.In-f-M-e I/, U.'the.. atberwis-l".lh d."' ,... gambling houses in K..yVt."> t.

: of the national scene, "Fullest com- Committee of the United Nations' :LII.-.:alfi.l<" -.ntalned.. therein till Twenty-one bohta! shops' were ,
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NOV. 22 THROUGH NOV. 2* t- l..ken a, 'nfeee.d.tame closed and all punch boards |* >* J7k4t'
rt'centl'oted for further of anc t'rderml. at Key tVert.Florida. '
_: .mitrpents for public power possible before recognition .. removed from and
M.rmi;'gt 101- I.th ...f ,1 :';'''.-''''' .r.i were groceries
:. "the end of the year is still the speed-up "human rights"'! by declaring that every OI-RoYt.flrloon In N. T.-aV* ,i A.rir..t I' 'H.. drug stores. The clamp went
.urt
has and that Breakfast: Club-abc Sealt flq r Sa' down blso on eight night clubs :
a objective of the Reclamation Bureau. one a right to a nationality -.r.rl..rk
; Folliet b
':1S.-Ezrtmyard ..r ircuit Court.t where ambling had beer /got
Otheragencies. within and without the "no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his 1.30-Th. C'.Ye!. !I"alru-Ilt.! : ....r,. .\...... ('. f..nl.n. Ins on.
Bob foo't: bbaw uL' > iepaitii.rg.range. j
government whose goal is the socialization nationality or denied the right to change IO.OO-Frc4 VTni! ShewMueic ->". i I Kwjuinild.: .. Jr. i .
For You: -cb* I .\lt..rn<-> f..r I'laintlff.n ; .
of the electric industry are following his nationality." My Story Drama- b r .,v ll-l-2i..kr.-:; I'MS. Dr. J. B. Parramore head of'
10:30: ( -Hour of Serial*-nb. I i the Monroe County IlecJth! Unit i
: a similar policy. Just exactly what this means escapesour Tne ( ...Hr.y toar-bIt IN TMK f inn IT *...! HT OF Tnt I. accompanied by Mrs. Parramore i !
Sly It With Ius'c-mba
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a: The reason why these want to intellect. While aimed at the nations ti.tt: ;viii Ji Slit I 51. < INC i IT lien yesterday for Hollywood .
groups 11:83: -Ka Kyser Show! -a- IIPTHK: .T'TK OF Fl (tft..". Iteti

force socialism down the throats of the which seek to prohibit citizens renouncing 1lSerU: C::>4 Krajtb.Attsrm..a 1 >, ellatI, r'OH IRI.f H.eltKeI1: cut >'T1.l ,I Florida meeting, to of attend the: Florida the annual'Public'i -- -< __ Nt.

: people with the least possible delay islear. their allegiance, it also might be construed 1OO-W.ieo'eS. Tra..e'ers-all. J,illS: II i-IN;.,SIr... N I..Ii-3M. ..-oaf.CR. i Health Association. :; :r-- -I to

: )Tolls indicate that public sentimentin to prohibit other nations from denying 12,30-W.rds Kate SmitU and lUlf-Hour Mushcubcciii -ir.ba i j!I l-lainitlf. I I II' (

:: favor (>f destroying the heavilytaxedpublicity such citizens the right of entrance.If Slater: at Lnntb-lnb. t'I fcipHiNKt.nr vs. niTT.MKr mvoHt:. : County Tax Collector Frank H. ,
1:00: -Musie Half Hour-lib* liefend.tnt. I' Ladd said today that he had received ,

regulated utility industry and replacing no one is to be denied his nationality 1:15--Happy C,r.j-nib* I i'To I 011111:11: OF Hi.irvnoN. the: new Fonda automobile -i iI l- ] rzrr) : I
: J''ep.hie :Mary l'ittni< I r.
: it with a tax-free unregulated, or the right to change it, there are l.CO-Pool/1* or Nothiniab.itreakijt ; .-,0 CencOalM.'unt IvliT ry r. license togs, and that he will i .
In Hot!)wood-abyjeen : !'Z-O' C'O "i" (' -0 I
I ., ,, .., I 'J
rn IIlin.I I them sale December
fur Day mt I put on on
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tax-subsidized political monopoly has two; factors involved : (a) The nation of a I \... are hereby. required. t<' ip- 1.1
Z.3o-Serial* for J'i hrs.-*b.
been declining. Congress in the original nationality and (b) the nationof Bride ..na (>room-a ho ': |>ear: to th.Hill for l I..r.' -e 111..1allt"in..t
last
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session I
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'l'h. Hop Chest-iub. ecu In the atvcei. \|lcd Work of improving and enlarging !
was nowhere near intended nationality. Obviously, the nations CO-Ladln: B* eate"-abe <'acne on ..r I.erore. the Mlh da, > ..I the courthouse is ]
as: friendly to the I"e.-,.mb.r. A. I I. 1 145. ulh..r..txe the county : ex- i j
in the latter class lied Benson Show-o'b |I alle.:iiion.. .-.nttined then in will pected to begin in a few days according ri .liP. \ rC'Y
4 -. public-power zealots as it had been in the might object to receiving 1:39-Th* lions Pjtrty-ch. | I... taken a.. ......(.,.'....d.i :' .. !;
I to information the ,
uzark taBeyIkswb.! given L--
It iii believed individual who wishes i l'wne and ordered at Key West. ----'
past. that to
future "
-. Congressesmay every 4:00-Hint() Hunt Quiz-cl'. Florida. this l"ti ...... ..f :.;.;\,.m"-r. I Citizen today. The commissioners I!I r-J" I
be still change nationality. Second tIonvnoun-ahi .\. tI 1145 f r
: more ('autiouahout approving are awaiting word from the '' ". : ;: r "
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4:39: -Winner Labs' A'.l-! '- b.IOOTr.asnry (Cirii rmirtStal -

'the enormously costly measure for socialized While the declarations of the Committee : Band-cb* 1> floss. (' Sawyer.I I Federal Works Agency o! _f -, .:. t. r,':"c..: 'i
K'ddle thou (seat repeat t hr. Clerk" f Clr.-uit Cntiri. awarding the contract. ,
: power. Thus the campaign is underway have no effect as law let us: consider: i*'(ri-aijc' and, rob I lbs t-
:. to get the job done before it itoo: what the situation would be if they are i I-"rl'f." I-;...'. nald... Jr. .'I! rk. Dr. Charles: L.: N ; r- -
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late. embodied in treaties, ratified bthe T Atlornt-y f..r 11ainUff.I h.u.l11S2i.dc2.1115.. : I sistant surgeon general _= -1--F,4zsa trLil '
NETWORK PROGRAMS I
I United States Public Health &

The American people, of course, will United States. Consider" the problem that a Tml, ,s.astrnstanda'd. reface: I \OTICK Ill'. I\TK\TIO\ M "if: vice is due in Key West on r-I t :Y- .' : :''I.'cr-!:: '

: be the rt'allm\t'r:4: if that campaign succeeds. would be created if, for example one I 'r..1", ...nta.standard.. staClid subtract a..btrne.10' hsur, .iwlh,5. f.r .I '..r.... 'TION"< H 'H'KOK.. KIN *I.IM I cember I to inspect the I

: They will I lose financially. in the million Chinese citizens would like to 59'l Isaintatsn5hans (f'r..I...to. 1.an I"-- .1! It I that has beet: un'by federal I ,- _: -
Schideite.
hour of relay ha tot bali r-
I I. f'.re er she ...fJJ ......... .....- emoloyes in .-terminating rmies- i !
C I billions; : of tax dollars that will be spent. change their nationality and become Last not lie mll.te,ncl."e",r.II",'" c".ngea all. r_ 1555.,. Shale .r lIsrIda.' West. I
J quitoes in Key
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:More important still they will lose throughthe Americans. If "no one" is to be denied the 110 i. hh,. ,;..t..t.. lOr i i U l P4/J.i' -1-11-3 .
.\P.\ I; r"UIr.T; .
e.stahlishment of a precedent which is right to change his nationality, would the THURSDAY NOVIMIIR 2ft I I.o..d.T. I Fern Chapter Order of the -- .

in line lvse&e5 .. XII Whom It Ma> Con.ern.Nothe Eastern Star will hold its annual I AP 1,e\Vsfecfures '
with United 1
squarely<< totalitarian princi- States have the right to bar theprospective ; ii h.r'l.o ti\-ii thatl
IS htha.tbNewsoast memorial services Sunday afternoon -
ples. If the government :should provide ourelectricity. citizens from this country? 5:00-New; Report Kvery l"ay-cb* port..,. krx:.'o Admini.strator Turner filed ..t his the final....Iaf're- in Scottish Rite nil II. I A STONE:! : HOUSE that is practical for a small growing family i

Network Silent Hour-abe..a" ..i Ada i:. Itolorte. .ic.coeed: that I this plan 4R-3 by timer: Gylleck. architect 120' So. Grove Ave..
government should also Jild: l e. Hour (eat-\c."es'\
provide t>f filed hi.petition f'T final .11-
", Network Silent (1 .r.l-mb..taa'. <'har and that he will I :Mr. and !Mrs. II. W. Saunders Elgin. 111.. provides ample fttic space under its high roof to accommodate -
fe. appl
our food our clothing and Old people have never understood Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs tH ) I"j
everythingl tr- II|,.n*>rt.l.Ito'I to.nl l( Lord.ount Iwo extra kedrcms.:: With a complete basement the
received
Muslo Tim* BbYuti telegram today informing -
6:15: -Sports; i a
..be. No country can long maintain a system young people ; why expect a miracle? and Tb.uksol"u'lbe;
which is part socialism and part free S 45-Xeirscatt Thomas by repast Three ID nboUiweU -ck t for>er. fin.l 114. Ois.for 'b"r"approval eaeodmituiotra I ..r Maine :all"- their son, Eugene, in Bn.-nzville. the dining nock affords;: 'pace for a good sized group. The arch

enterprise.: ABANDONS OCEANIC PROBE 7:00-Surper Club-.bc-baale! t..r ..r th.. .--'at' fOr .\01. I-I.: R.Lrrti,. N. Y. itect suggests stone veneer with a roof o! wood or asphalt
The Cculati Siit- bN Thus the electric power issue : swo and Commentary-tbFultoa 'Idt.-.l <>n this l Seth day ..f N... shingles.
directly
a Lewis. Jr.-mb* -ml.fr. 114! $ Mrs. J. B. Sullivan and daughter. --- - --- ---

affects: the American tradition. If the so- The effort of Professor Auguste Pic- 7:1$-News and l Comment-ok* I.VKES,; O. Tl'flXER. Lettie. left this morning for ,. .
Jack Smittt' 3how-cb* ..
\>'lmiiii-'trat"r I th.t..te <>f
Vialists have their card and :Max descend lI..ly om..ntary-abe Miami for a stay of a few days.
way, we can start Cosyiw to two-and- Alia i: KolMTtv.
say
U.nuer Dat_nib* I..... .. d
log roodby:! to freedom. a-half miles into the depths: of the ocean 7:30-Vl* Datum (2al tt-." nv.1hl'I21.d..2.111lIt < !
Stab Crosby Cllb-eb. Today The Citizen says in an r.FORUUSAL .1.I
has collapsed and the expedition has .1 I..at.r LSA-nbc
K:.ws Commeat-aU TIIK f IHfl IT Bl HT OF TIIKi.tKM'll : editorial paragraph: j .
( EVERYBODY ENJOYS IT abandoned the enterprise off the Cape 7:4S: -Harkness .: JIHKItl. < IH< I IT "It would to fine for creditors I
::1-.e 1% '\ll "UR
Broadcast cb I MOXHtti: I III VI I.
New ,! if folks signed checks as readily I
Verde TtTt IF r'l.llHllll.
archipelago.The mment-ab. I
Sport .
i 1%" 4 lIStS 111: '. as they sign petitions. : -5----
A political 1 leader i.OO-Henry Aldrich Skit-nbe ..... ,..
I said the tither day theory behind the descent was .'.M.L In Feats: and War_M I ( .1I-c.1-I. I

that he believed that "every American re- that the descent of a heavier-than-air :steel Abbott:%. of A SOUK Coateilo.abcariis IIIla-mb. I,I Elmer 1."I..r I>' .rrtt.I l-laiinlff.. In running a spatula around : \Vhite 3

I I Vfl UI\t>H K u.l lot the edge of a cake to loosen It. ,
gurdless Burn & AlUn aba
s of race, color or creed, or National container could be controlled by a float i 30 Mr.-- ge o'a Drama--cb* Ruth Ma- Sin. l>...rii.. before turning it out on the pan iI j

origin, or whether he lives in a poor area which contained a liquid lighter than I Better Jo Stafford Stall Show Qux--mbt abc I J I oiinrn: -r-n.ljnt.>r ptni.irtTio\ I I be sure that tit,<- spatula touches 1 1I !

,- 4"r a rich area is entitled to get an educatioii. water. However in descending the bathyscaphe 1 SS--G. inks P.eJl_ fly uardner Say soft* I
I O ,,cr.slY'.rl.t.nn lirli\rr .
Now. that's indisputable nut that down to a depth of 4,592 feet, with .OO-.U Jolon Sbow___ iituspenas | Virginia.>

d..enot! mean that the Federal Government out certain difficulties' percnaAutosra-ab5 Drama* eta I f Ruth use JaiM l>"rtt.. How To RelieveBronchitis !
any passengers, Cabrii Heattr Contnent oA. <;-n.-raI ihiorr.t.a.ke II'

should grubstake States: and local arose which made it necessary" to terminate ':I}-XI.s Broadcast-mb* I I V..u,.are\ r"tirrrtiy....... rr' aye I 500 Sheets t

communities to support their schools. the expedition ';:3>-Dot Lamgur Snow-nbtrini pear' t a the Hill ofomi>l Ie ini: f..r
t'tiotograpbsl-cba I l I'h'or..e in tile above styled I i ia--! i

."Kx'ery: community in the land is able to The failure of the professors will not My MysterioUS Job is .>>Tra.istubs5.55saws .I1..Uob.. I O'i. the. .multi.theinls.day of tho I>e<--inl.,Ilcg.itouo.; r A LI >, i 8V2x11.' 25 C

\ support its own schools and school teachers end the effort of man to follow his ; for t \IllIut.mlle I I therein, sill\ K.- tak.-n a>- ..tttf'--l i Creornulsion rclievcsprompdy becau.e: .
imagi- 19:09: -Th* Stfrtea Guild-nb. I This iwder i.x t* be ..nbh'h. d ; it goes ['K ht (o the seat of the trouble 'I I j
and those teachers decent J. hilton fiayhoua. *-..b* to loosen and laden
pay salaries nation into the far spaces of the world. ofiec a w..k for four. eon*<-eutiv.weeks ; help expel germ I
islidWorldabe In The!' Rev West Citizen a i phlegm and aid soothe and
nature to
That i is a responsibility in Whether the Tk* Xkm. Maa-wk* uhli bed Ke; \\> !
every large: o. successlul: expedition under- newspaper |> > in > -t. heal raw leader inHjmcd broothialmut.ou : THE
10:30: -Frel Warlnr Muaie-ib. Florida. I :
:..mall settlement. seas will be the successful termination of I First Mchtcr I Flay-ohS lH>ne and Ordered ill: HIlt ....\ ; >membraaei.Tell your dru :psij
M. Car.. Drallla-ak : \o\emt.er.. A. rl lf! 4v. I j to sell: )Ou a bottle of CreomuhiooI Artman
the experiments ot the two Belgian pro- IMDG Mo.saba10:45Nasa (Seal) RantS C \VVKH. I with the uoJeMUndioi >ou must litethe I:i Press t tit
ab .
: Broadcitt- Clerk of t&t Circuit < ourt.ilonroe
a' Just about the time the average man fessors is a matter of doubt but that man 11:08: -News. Var.aty.. Ilu*.- t.e County. Florid. stay it qukkly allays the cough
in West learns News and Dane Ban4-aboN'w By: Kiorem-e a E: Sa. \er.PCI I qr you are to ha\e >out money baik.CREOMULSION.
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Key : to get along with hisfelhMvrnent will eventually explore the seas of the Oases Band t brLbsjlSNewa ; >UI> CIetL.ITHOM4SS. I CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 I

he lies.ii .* Variety ta 1-aba 1 CAHO.SjKit'r (
)\ .rH at great deaths h
.4 : a !:tainty.. for (be l-Uimiff.
it.00-Pi o;togccgis4-gb.ys4! fat CoughlC
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laformaliam for thf AlivtrlisereRSTES

FOR ni-aci.AN ... PAVWK"T
ef..lcieral's rvrti .-.'.......1 furIa...'..-d .......rll...
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ACly.rU..m. un <* IM. basil irmUr avrrtlMifB with Ir4 .
will b. Inserted In Tim CM..... ci ',.hl. n..f hi. the rate lit If ow<,r wrtlon. tut lh. inlnlmiwii ..!>.,.. It I'l
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the first l& w...... or !... I. .... T.. l.i.... r>..Mt<-.....". popv inane
1 the rate for ..1..*(IMW ('.. I. 't h. ,.. it,. ('IIIR"" .m-. brfiir. II
curd. and th. tntiiliiumi d..r. Is. M'flmfe Ih IN. ',...nine of lb. day
i the first U word U .&. .,f |.ut.l>r.llon.
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I Furniture for ttir-e uxim. In |I dan (,nod tires radio and

eluding WestyiKlHi- .'<.n.ole- liffclei. Can U- soon at Tones
radio and Inc,- hir 3'12 Auto Rudy
Shop, t03W5i
| Pomnann nuvZJ Jlx( <<<.i.- Ste t'I't. nov204t
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I Kadio and heater.
Top and
THESE CHINESE NATIONALIST TROOPS are heading: for the front to battle Communist
two
I Stock Island, over 400 ft. int-im- i paint weeks old. Inquire
forces in China's civil war. At the moment t!: ir train has been halted in the railway! station at I front. Ual' aio. Meta I... cold TonyV Auto Body Shop, 603-

Pukow by a report that the enemy has cut taro ugh railway lines to the north. The soldiers are at once. Mr. Kitty. 7n Crtli ; J05 Greene Street. nov20-

taking advantage of the stop for a brief rest. This picture was made tr John M. Hogan; Associated I /en. novlS-tf

Press staff correspondent. v. I 1":17 Pontiac 8. good nKchanicalirmpe.
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.::. FOR SALE-BUSINESS PLACES repainted reupholsterc-d
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I't ice, #550.. 801 Eaton Street.

WESTERN BLIZZAKI BURIES AUTOS ON HIGHWAY Soda fountain sundry and magazine '' nov22-{;tx:

bu"in..>:;,,. A teal moneymaker
1941 Lincoln
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: Living qtiaitJ-rs. Furn Zephyr 4-door so
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ished. All equipment stock dan. Custom interior. May be
r seen at 1700 Flagler after 5.
i TJ1 and fixtures. An excellent 2-
: year lease at a bargain pi ice. nov23-25-i7-3tx
Owner has ton many interest
\ i to operate. Phone 432-W. 1936 Pontiac convertible Straight

....J;. nov24-2t Eight Kite model engine. Excellent -
.
I '. i tires Damaged body.
Sell as is for $125.00. Luggage
Excellent bar fur lease. Central
trailer complete with hitch
J location. Running. Complete SC8.00. Phone 432J.
!stock fixtures and equipment I
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: I I I nov23-2tx
.'.,' ,,'.;.. .,-. I I Pay your rent and inventoryand ''
take Cash .
over. register.Season
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FOR
.. SALEBOATSAND
., ; business should triple i|
; ;; ; ,I MOTORS
your investment here. Call
., '.' 't' 432-W. nov24-2t i iJ J i
Gray
J. I | marine engines and service.
..' I I|,I C. R. Smith opposite Firestone
.' 'FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
j jI Station Marathon. .novl-lmo
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:; Overseas Hotel, low rates Cot- .Mercury outboard motor. 10 h.p..
fee shop bar. nov2-25t excellent condition. $180. 3061

:' I Harrts :\WI!<.lE'. Phone 827J.

} I-If: I FOR RENT AND-ROOMS APARTMENTS 12' V-bottom skiff. All nov23-4tx coppoi-


The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming r\4Mpd seams. 1217 Petroma
t I Street, has an efficiency apt Street nov23-4tx
I and several sleeping rooms vacant -

,i .t- .. __ __ .. L. ___ _E? ... Low weekly or monthl fOR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS
I'. rates. novl-dl
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; U1) Wirephoto White enamel.- S2.T5.: Outside

HERE ARE A FEW cf the hundreds of automobiles stranded in seep snow drifts during a blizzard FOR RENT-APAJ\TMENT white paint. Si75 and $3.75 per
gallon up50ft \/'
sweeping across eastern South Dakota. When this picture wasmade on a clogged highway near garden
hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co., 646
Sioux Falls a 50-mile an hour wind was driving the snow ayejihe countryside. Motorists abandoned Furnished 2'3-room apartment .
I I Utilities furnished. $25.09 weekly. Olivia. Phone 1537. novl-tf
their cars and hunted shelter in thenear sst houses., .
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JI Sea Jsle Apartments. SIS
j!I Windsor .....n ]not Bundles. of old newspapers at I-
cent each 'bundJe. Inquire at
TIIK PRESIDENT GREETS MARSHALL I The Clhz'a'i
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I War Assets Office. Dc20tfKt.v
robms and'bath.
i I Furnished apartment, 3
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II I Maid and janitor services :
.1 We*' CKcnnut braid hats.
-linens and utilities fur- ;
Work Done I ni hed. Summer rates Coral j' Seminwle end its Indian herbs skirts and CookBook
Hotel Apartments,opposite Post j seasotiines. -
HONOLULU liP) -The War I I Office. nov9-26tx at the Marshall Studio
Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also
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Assets Administration's Hawaii i ,
i I liuieladd: garlic olives coconut
office is closing after tisving sold Furnished apartmenti. Electric candy and turtle sotip.
for $72.000.000 materials which i j kitchen. Children welcomed -\-23-2o-27-3tx

originally cost $3 O,1>80,000. !I Reasonable rates per day or
season. 909 Elizabeth Street. :
Shoo .
Baby's Fly"rocker. Like
Glen
Taylor, regional director nov20-tf
new. Phone 353-H. iio\-24-2tx
who supplied the figures, said I

only i'iiOOOO was till swing the FOR RENT-cOTTAGES I' Jfe\v electric Irain. $16.00. 1024

WAA for goods sold and that the Packer Street. Phone 1146-J.

kcal office had taken ia }o6 for Small efficiency cottage private Ion.tx
bath. utilities lumislircL Couple -.
I every dollar spent. only. No pets no children. FOR SALE-TRAILERS
$16.00 week. Apply 800 Si- ,
Fish apparently: obtain about momon. rim 24-=tx' 1947 house trailer. Bottle gas,
..11 the water they need through electric brakes. Gulfstream
Ihtvt king" and the fecal they FOR SALE OR LEASE Trarler Park. nov23-3tx
oat

Desirable corner lot for sale 01 27 ft. 1945 American trailer. S900.
PERSONAL : long-term lease. 100 x 150. Completely furnished. Can
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: Suitable 'or hotel or apart- 790: Ext. 247. nov23- tx
Free shopping .;jcrvicej; also t novel ments. One block from beach.

rifts, gadgets, to>-B. Gadget- For particulars write Box 466 FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES.
Mai t.. 63 West 44th. New YOI k novU.tfCARDEN SCOOTERS AND CYCLES

i 18, N. Y. nov25-ltx
I AND LAWN i '43 njotor bike. $75.00Ill!

.,1' Wirep )to i! FOR RENT-ROOMS SUPPLIES Georgia.. nov24-10tx:
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PRESIDENT TRUMAN (left) greets Secretary of State Geofe Nice clean sleeping rooms for Tame Capuchins monkey. Very BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES
C. Marshall at National Airport in Washington Monday sum I \vorkers. 117 Duval Street. rare specimen. Stays tame.
the latter's return from Paris for foreign policy confereiws. nov24-6tx Key West Garden & Lawn'5upplv Books Books Books

French Ambassador Henri Bonnet is in center background. I Co.. 914" Fleming St.. Art Supplies Art Supplies
WANTEDEMPLOYMENTExperienced Tel. 1019. nov20tfMISCELLANEOUS Bookshop.-Cor. Simonton & Eato&nov2tuesthurssatlmox
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roJ\rs BIRTHDAYS j Islands AicIndia's j secretary desires po
I May sition. 42 Rest Beach. Phone FOR SALE-HOUSES
Know America) 1519-J. nov24-3tx Picture framing, pictures framed

I Cong re*woman Hek-n G. and matted. DiNegro's 614 Guest house. 2 blocks from new
i. Refugee WANTED TO BUY } Francis Phone 1197-M. 'I beach 5 bedrooms, 3 baths

l*.onton. N. J., 43 years ago. i NEW DELHI ; > Sou of 1 j nov9.19tx. apartment for owner completely -
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Second hand Spinnet or small I furnished, electric kitchen.
'Mrs. J. Budsall (Gladys) Calk- India'j millions of rt'to.lgeemay. piano. Cash. Phone 259-J. j I 1 Electrify your old sewing ma- Good income. Must be sold

ias til New York. national YMCA be settled in the Andama and nov23-5tx i chine. Phone 1164-M. I at once. 'Real sacrifice. Term.

leader, born in \Vatertovn.jiass Nicobar islands, Indian ter itory nO\15-12t'. By owner Box R.A..W.0,
51 HELP WANTED-FEMALE I Citizen nov 15-U>>
years ago. in the Bay of Bangal.RepreM'ntatin's .
CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St..
Joseph P. Di Mjggio. Yankee of East
'unjab Experienced drew maker capableof re-opened. variety of new STORAGE
14)51-ball star born Martinez. and West Bengal Itdian prov- fine detail work. Full time gift items and fabrics for slipcovers ,

Cfcl.. *4 wars ago. < inces which have been Jooded work. No alteration. Phone 1 I and draperies. Opens Ked Brick Storage Co. Furniture

'Jtweph Wood Knitch. Columbjj with refugees from FUkistn. are 1366-W for interview. daily, 10 to 12 and 1 to 5. ,I or commercial. Phone 798.
nov233txBar novl7-tf tiovl-tf
University profess if dramastic -
scheduled to visit .he islands
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forestry f
Term.. 55 years ago. shortly.: Agricultura an tenderette (lady for bar dispensing -I -1
John H. II. Songitacke. pub- experts will stidy te possibilities ). Take complete charge :
liher of the Chicano Ek fender. of develophg the is-f, 6 P.M. to 2 A.M. Pleasing per I How Is Your Vocabulary? I

U>rn in Savannah Ga.. 36 years lands. sonality. Sober honest A ;
'so. In iccent months IVcs Bengal good proposition. Call 432-W. 1
Loyal D. Hotchkiss. editor of officials have reporvd a heavy nov24-2t I TUNE IN W.K.W.F.

tk Los Angeles Times twin in increase in the inflcc 0: Hindus

1l uamfr 4d. Ill, 55 years : (: from East Bengal. .hic! b partof Wlnted-Dar maid. Applv in I At 6:15 Tonight ]
*l'rof. Bliss Perry, famed liar-1 I'aki:>tan. East Puijab has person 3 to 1. Weaver's. 1 E

v4rd profeibor emeritus of Eng- had a refugee probm line the no\24-tf
Lyi, burn in WI1lian -to\\"n. Mas&j partition of the tulfoninenl. I E See II You Can 3
Table wanted. Prefer service
years ago j girl i
Roy A. Roberts president of.the In early times, wbl'f stranded man's wife to train. The Hurleys. f "STOP THE SHOW" 1

Kansas City Star, burn Muss-jun' shore in EneUncbrW Scotland Overseas Coffo Shoppe. 1

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Carping and criticizing is I
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hardly in tune with the Yule- .

tide spirit But, please, let's I ,. f

not toy too much with the line : I .
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feminine institution called the .: e.
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luncheonbridge.The -
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luncheon bridge, as mJ t'I .
of us know it. 1.- a pie s.nt. innocuous I I .

\x."- t<> put ":' .\i-iubt I .

and sperm In afternoon. A uroup I .
of four. ri-;ht or other mu.tiplo .
of four ircn.-.thrr: i't the burn of I .

the hostess-who usually ts too : It's enough to take :
busy to play-ami there theo it
a vcrv fancy m<'31. This is a uotxi I .

guests mental count exercise calories hccju.s course all bcourse. \ I : !
the starch out of
Then they settle down at' you :
card tables with packs of cardsin : .
front of them and concentrate('. I
first on conversation and .second .
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ly. on a popular name called contract I.
t>n" ;e.
Vcry:0.11.1.. but thin thu--< I : j.jJ !
moulders of public opinion tin, (.
women s magazine go and dBIDDING <' I '
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Done to make luncheon bridges .
Different. .
And if you think I'm making .
thus up I'll tell you exactly, whata .
popular monthly magazine is .
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advising currently for a luncheon .
bridge this month-and with colored .
illustrations.Give .
a Monday luncheon .
bridge, the article advises. What' :
Monday Washday of court : I"" :
and so build your party around '
the old-fashioned. business of
tubbing clothes. '< : .,; .J. fAfiF.S YOU TlII K year b'lckbolle's.made of : .
Well now, clotheslinesand,
clothes pins form the 'important IV seaweed this unomfortable feeling that G.

.part of the luncheon table decor .ou're not saving any I>pney for the futw'e t
And the food Bread n't .
i> just "
old-fashioned slices. You sculpture : not getting ahead. f .

it into the shape of a wash- But why hake in shoes when think
board-and put a little, hunk of you: YOlt .

colored gum drops on it to look ".. about not having the mosey 'ou'll need in late:. .:: 0
like soap. ; \- life? :{ CD
Another item-this is the most i -

hollowed dramatic-is out dessert.to look Cup like cakes washtubs Start accumulating thGe U. S. Savings Bonds .

and filled with such itemsas e. right !10\ .. They're he list little backbone stiffeners :
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whipped cream (buds> and I we know of! .. V a .. .
gelatin (colored clothes and

more other soap.little piece of gum drip an-I : There's nothing like a fund in the hand to help :

All this wouldn't be too bad you stand up and look th world in the e .e. And
One hopes, of course, the entire .
neighborhood doesn't subscribe 'ou'll be clutching a fistnl of them before you .

to the magazine and immediately know'it, it :you enroll rift now in your com-
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plunge into a heady seneuf I 0 pany's Payroll Plan.
Monday Washday luncheon : .
bridges, all with the same menu That's the sure way to let hold of a batch of 0
Might take the edge off of it .
his starch for the spine
But the (crime perpetrated is Q
what they advise doing to a fine And think of 0
it in ii
sturdy and interesting-game- ,L years YOlt get back

called contract bridge. The magazine four .dulla's fur every tlt'te; VUlt infest in :
even people that. want to improve the safest investment in he world today.

For instance if jou're vulnci : .
'Vhat'g for
able you have to stop calling good you.is jxwd for your country,
clubs dub You are supposed to too Every Bond you buy hlus keep our economic .
call them uds." like "I bid t*" sstem on l..ccl. .
an even
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pay a penalty, dropping a smjllin ee
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in "
a box. saying. &>t tt'I
lux. next time.: That bn't bad
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enough: instead of say ing: '\ u u AUTOMATIC SAVING IS :
double somebody, yoU' ait- in- ,
strut'ted to say, "I duzzle." 01 "n'. :.
du .ile." SURE SWING i
As a woman who can play (.n- I .
\Ttional bridge with tin ht '

"thi f small-talkers., sort of thing I wish All to uoim-n die \ : U. S. SAVINGS BONDS :

bridge players must al.s
> play '
oriiige from t.me to time with Spoitaor..dly :
their men folks. And
men trade I
paying Vonnlly! : take by xviwnen.a dim ,view ot carte- 'I : The Key "rc Citizen c

Just exactly what i> going t.' I T. .
happen when I This is iln official US., advertisement_
in a crucial 'itu.itun.
the" little" woman bnuhthpnHlaims prepared under auspices of Treasury Dpt. a'ad Advertising Council 0
: "I don't care .f mutner \ 0
:\ is stubborn. I bid MXMurder I I .
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that's what it will !,." .
iiurder. The future .l theVi.iencan -
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home is at stnM' on
:hi.- issue. Let's go back to hlckI I 0
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.n patty and pe l*. And Ic't'-
ik to a game of bridge inv 0
Inch conversation about cloth o .
.n"j i a missing friend otiupictht'
enter of attention. Banish cute-I( 0
nt-s- from tin tan!-labk' 0
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Overseas : STREET PHONE 1000 : I

: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS ,' : If It I. FJ"' rIrimI WE KKi'AiK{ IT!* .f. : POOR OLD CRAIG
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Coffee : w t; SELL$ IT *
ShopI.veellenl : I'lfiiiy of Action Toys for the ClillJren : :
SEE OURSIIOWING i' : X) W, Will Call for and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station I
: of Electrical. I I Appliances .2f I0 Y.ars' Experience in Electrical Work :

.......................................5.....5... : *... 211 Duv.1 Street : J. H. BHAUY t'rmact Ma..g and f Division Streets'I PHONY till ,:

k ; Food ... ............................ ..... CXLCCU : Mtrco 701< : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 : iron iilwn KalUTie* Auto \.c-etll'arlu
S flI II", : r. HOME i i S 822 SIMONTON STREET: : "VouPUKE OIL and GASOUNC Decler"
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IUglit h'es : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : : /ry C.lraning: ...................................,.......5.

:' Tour Potronag Invited" PRITCHARD : RUSSELL'S :. : ami I'msing : Have Your Car Repainted :
; 917 Fleming St. : : 24 HOUR SERVICE :
: lf* C.ream. Proprietary Mrdicin : FUNERAL S Free Pick-tip and : for tbiIJOLIDA } M1ASON :

4 .:......PHONE...-....798......... :: Sickluo"Toilet .Preparation 6'M/i/i/i School and Suppliers S DRY GOODS : Delivery fur SemceSUMS MEN ; :: lltily und(Rentier;oiiplrtr lit'inuring Radmtor' ..-....rric-Into,. I'aintin; ::

O .ee.........e....e3......e..e....Articles................ HOME 1106 OLIVA STREET : S an.1.I.WOMKNPHONE sblad : AUTO AND ;i

...................... .... .. 5.. .. ..--".--."WWWwwwwwwwwBWBa..... Lrt ThttM* Sent* PHONE 373Specializing : .Iu-11raanrc:\! 212;: : .S TO&1Y7S BODY SHOP

MURIFORD !iri, Serif nr st ..... .... : 603- OS GREENE STREET :
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PHONES 333 and 9150 : WE HAVE NEVFRBETRAYED : .................... 5 ,
Easy and Blackstone : A TRUST : I : 4 GLAMOROUS? !-1j 1jS
Washers
: FURNITURE CO. : : WE: NEVER: : WHJ : :. 1 Wonteifs and ,

S :. 720 DUVAL STREET :. S Electromaster Ranges : .. LOPEZ S Get Set For Fell With The Hew S !'
Ambulance Service : Children'sApparel '
: .Uationally Advertised : : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : ; ( deb-u-curl
Products (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : : Telephone 518 Funeral ServiceS Cold Wave Permanent
Delaware floor : : KKFRIf.ER,.tTI(>.\ i l
Covering Plastic ..u................. .P.SALES......ami.....SERIICEFtOqR .......:......: :. Never Sleeps : Established 1S8S : : \ ,--cv/f A soft naiu.al-look.ng: ; permanent :
: .Clopay Fiber Venetian : ..................555.555.5555. ... ......................5. .S...............S..SS. \ "" that will give you that
Blinds 555 5 5555555 5,, ............................ ....55....5..5. ; Licensed FuneralUircdurs : : ,I\.. ; / NEW LOOK and make
Luggage.Radios Appliances. : S and SS 1j'J( you Inc Glar">ur Ga) $1 0
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0 J. A. MYERS of the New Season
: Magee and Mohawk : SANDING S Einlialmcrs24Honr S .
Axminster Of4 OLD OK NEW FLQOISMOPItN Sp..latlal 1.0:; I. r.:"""\ :'T
O Rugs S \\A\f\l." II\lit .T'I.ITINT- ,
; : Licensed .... Insured : Make Your TKK\TMK\T<. ,
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OPEN TILL 900 P.M.. :.l 's Ambulance I CI"A"R'UOM''LI'yr BEAUTY
MON. and SAT. \ PAINTING Contractor Now SHOPPE
........... MITHODS Service
k. ........... s : Overseas Hotel 919 FlemingAppointment St.
.. Te1. 175
: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED ,
Ss : T.l.phon. 9127. 114 DUTI StrMC ,firtoa Hot*! : : Phon. 135 Night 696 : DONALD BARBER

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S. : Pu.enger PIIO>E 1374-R : BOTPOINT Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. :
Representative : : : : s
: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances
trFLORIDA : Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery Slell'sBeaUlNOOktl :
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EAST .........................55....5.....5..55....... HOME APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS : :
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COAST RAILWAY ................................................. : 60S SIMONTON SThEET PHONE 11 : AU Sius : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. .
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Fire Insurance S Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited :

OFFICE. COBO'S on mere bldgs.dweUinlllo ant house II.* by INSURING with Landscaping,Marl\ and Top Soil Frances Beauty Salon !

: : hold and per. : TOP SOIL $6.53 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK :
Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : Frances Park. Owner :
FLEMING STRuT tonal effects. : MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS ; : Will Ship to Any Part :
: R.u cf La Concha Hotel : Save 15% on All PoliciM Noa-AMeable : : Alto Lots' Cleared and Marl Spread-Vary Reasonable : of u.s. or Canada 1010 GRINNELL STREET : I

I.nONE 12-1 ; MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 : : Marcy S. Palacio : Beauty Culture in all ill Phases :
1021 Olivia St. .
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; Ride the Bnr to the : III DUVAL BTRZET REAL ESTATE ; N Marioii a 1314

4 : (:OLF COURSE : S22 naming St. R.M.Dulela.Prop. Phone lOll s : Open Daily and Sunday, ; Sale E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon I

5 P.M. 1 A.M. ;
Cushman Motor\ Scooters : : EHVING to Dinners ;. Appraisals : w 1400 DUVAL STREET

Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE -' Leases :
Also A la Carte and Sandwiches ': Rentals ,: I Jr{'e Need More I )unlID

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; : Ii. Cwhmaa Mater Scooter : :: WIND AUTO BONDS OLD LOCATION OF
LINKS : .hite p.yi e roe It...end the : KIRCH1IE1NERREALTOR
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: nonr 7 v.e ethMthods .; ; : BLACKOUT RESTAURANTDECEMBER I IOLD
of truxporutian.yler S
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Strtet
Coshatu. Come r ler West
Key Insurance
: have Fun! : ... !. __ -. Co. : 919 Whitehead Street : .

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THURSDAY N0FMREtt; 25 194S
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ELKS DEFEAT 1 1 I1Wtrj. I Author Scores 'Eagle'With Estonian


I Book On GolfBy
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BEACHCOMBERS'i Shale GasMOSCOW1TLeningrad

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FIVE 41 TO 36 i AP Newsfeatures Sports Writer received its first) gas through has a!
: ii NEW YORK--UP*-U you are amoii" the 5000WW Anxrunblighted
I will fnt' pipi line leading to the Estonian
4\L tL iI with the dist' x' known as gait! you probably
Cute GatncxLast Meld: i 'The Story at American; Golf as fascination as I did. shale fielJ
Estonia: oil
'r The immense;
It is a massive volume about
j Raiders Clowns I I the sire of 'In .I ,hale tk.,.iMte, thus have been put
Night At !i j _a r Ct an Encyclopedia: f cult to restrain their .nthlL..i3'uor make the northern
'# it you will find the history of I ( the terrific job done on tliev to work to
I Baseball I this insidious game from its ntroducuon stories by th.:' auJioi The per ity lets l l.kp'nolent on coal from
School Play j
Gym ;| I in this country m 1823 swnaliUts of Travis Hagen, Jont- rng distances away in the DoD-
I (only ba-Jtetball is a yoarwvAmT and Sara/en leap from th' page!: 'ass.. Tfcss, announcing this development -
Nunez S..or."S 17 'Game On Sunday i rm spurt) up to the goldenpro I' like the ball frwi the club on : praises; it as an ac-
tournament trail of today wtll-strokod drive .xwnplishTK-nt of Soviet techno
Point: TnEIL 1.:111 I Ii ; The author is '- Warren : It t. unfortunate., howl: t I 'ev. The Soviet news agency/
I Baseball scheduled for II
.. To games I wL Wind, who has !been stricken; that this wonderful volume wa states that every lLbolt and
CI4).CWin i i i Sunday at the Stadium will find i even more violently than nxwt nut piioud within. the reach o' nut in the whole pipe>line and in

Oyc'C.omlN'no I II' in the opening game the Red i j ji by the gI irrw. II. has produceda every g.Ifir: f.,i' they Ill woult'likt the compressor; stations as well a?
r I I i Raiders playing the undefeated i I wonderfnllv readable volume to hive it. (The hook ic in the f:utory which extracts the
'Three of the best games so far Clowns. The Clowns with Thomas j instead of the more pondcrtiur tails for $15)). li is to be huger zas from the shale was made m
this year were played last ;i. stuff you would expect: [rum the that a cheaper edition will ',< the Soviet Union. The Soviet
night the box will be the favorites *
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i ; title and size of the book prepared: soon by Farrar, Straus news agency also claims tint
at tbe High School Gym and The Raidcr will use Chica I e j Included tire :sonic marvclou" the publHttrs This i-. too fi.we' Uu is tie first tame: ga has been /'
each and cviiy one was hard Baker who has won over the anecdotes from the careers tit iht a book to be offered only to a rtsinctrd extracted on commercial ;cal'
fought from whistle to whistk Clowns at the Navy Yard sever I!I ol times. LEVI JAC={SON (right). Negro halfback. has ju tt been elected captain of the 1943 Yale football to Walter Hagen: to Bobby i cut donv. a hit (In thin mno<'- done by Soviet technicians despite ;-
In the fiat game the Beachcombers In the nightcap the Bombers team. and is receiving congratulations from the 1949 captain. Bill Conway (left) of Cleveland. Jones to Gene Saia/tn to Bvion toenth holt expenditures they prrdtrtions of lapitahqtu!
lost to the Elks dub and O. Head Co ch Herman Hickman (center), former All-America guard at Tennessee: looks on I Nelson Bin Hogan and Bobby I nov Ubl 1" to fit it into their iwould i l that the project;
the Elks club won every quarter. will pay the Legion and the Legion -I with a broad smile. j Ijxk. Golfers will) find u dif. bmlju-ts Thi"' won't I lie sorrvWorld's '. J not be successfulNvivs !'> .

The only quarter lost was the with a revamped club will __ --- ---T ___ _--- -- __ ___ I t __ __ ____ .- _____ _. ._. _ __ I II
third by two points.: Nunez was make a good showing they will j I Note -
IIVWK COMES: HOME FROM KNGLAMJ
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the high scorer of the game with line up something like this. An )
seventeen points '7 field goals guira cf, Solomon 3b, J. Garcia If I -.-- -- -- I Largest Stadium I The Welsh: Eisteddfod, the uationul -
and three free throws. ]| Lastres, ss, A. Lastres, Ib, Carcu. hardic festive, annually
tar losers Bunsy Villsrcal; rf, Pazo 2b, Villareal P. Rodriguez I olreived' dates from the year

scored 14 points, six field guals P. Henriquez, c Torres. To Be Built In MoscowAP 1176 ,
and two free throws. Kerr, Valdez Fernandez and Ingraham, subs. ,I f .
Smith and Curry with Castillo I first game will tart rt.I p.m. I The comb.ned population nf
playej a great game for ]I He wslca lures i| China anti India is 800.000.000:

winners and O.terhoudt;; Demcr How; Stand I*I MOSCOW-Moscow' stay soon be aWe to seat the biggest fuutI -
itt, Saunders: and Hernandez : They | Many citizens of Chile are of
ball crowds w the world The Moscow
I Dynamo
played for the Beachcombers and SLaditmhbiggcti British (origin, descendants of
did wtlL i i in the USSU-ts. going 10 be greatly enlarged.Y I former English Sfettler
1 I LOCAL BASEBALL | Dynamo, which is located not

In the second game the highest Key West Senior Baseball League I far from the .heart of tbs city on Oriental! cosmogonies believe
rated service basket ball club as I i (Municipal Stadium) \-\t. I; the Leningrad Highway, now pared This ought to be good,ji the alternate destruction and
quoted in the outpost; of recent !! Club- W L. Pet seats: SO.000 and 1 has standingroom new for Moscow fans." ,. re!'toration of the world. .
date was defeated by the locals Key West Clowns 5 0 1.000 If Dynamo doubles its size, asthe -
who rated amongst the local'fiv Red Raiders 3 2 GOO for about 20. OO more in official infers, it would then j j Drivers' "report cards.ar
Both dubs scored four': Atomic Bombers 2 3 400 huge open spaces behind its up- being used in Connecticut drive
be stating rite biggest football l) I '.
points in the first half score. :1' American Legion 0 5 .000 poi most rows. ,1 Jto weed out unsafe drivers. ii
field goal and Ratunno made two : Well known : crowds in world historv I
referee N. Lat
free throws good for the Sonar > ', The largest crowd to see a coccer The Blae Rorqual whale
school. Parks and Barber each Sports CalendarSKATING shew \\hoappcsied: IB London guntin Britain was 149, 47 I: which attains a length of HK(>
scored two points for the "cokes." three yean ago when Dynamo at Hanipdt-n Pak, April 17 1937. feet is the largest mammal now
In the second quarter the. Sonar played Arsenal says plans aieunderway This sui passes anything in the I living
boys scored" seven points to U. S.
Bay-new Park. Nigh to enlarge Dynamo: to
eight fur the cokes, two field aIDAY- : The biggest field on which: Among the early Romans
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goals and three free throws gave 7;30 to 9-00 p.m. t _____ __ a accommodate the many thou- football is played in America-, naval fights similar to later
the Sonar their" points while the *' sands who have to IN. turned Los AngeleMentuiial Coliseum i laditorial combats were held in
Coca-Cola: boys scored two field TENNISB.riew -.1w. away from the big games -hold.\ 105000. gigantic reservoir on the rife
goals by Parks and two by G. /ft WinpholoAMID ,, Lat>shev says; j I ,1:1 occupied by the Colosseum.
Park. Afternoons '
Sweeting At the half the score. A FORMAL WELCOMING CEREMONY a truck arrives at the Smithsonian Institution in "The popularity cj !soccer; to ontiltupgrade ', The household of II R. II. -
was Sonar 11, Cokes 12. In the Daily and Nights Washiagtca. .rath the Wright brothers'lust plane the Kitty Hawk returned home from England.The Moscow Dynamo Princess Elizabeth has a I lit.'utcn- : Napoleon took bees as an tfn-
third quarter Sonar scored 1C play. Stadiuni wrth its sealing: capacity ant general for a comptroller, penal device for his stan*
airplane will be placid on display in the in solution which once rejected it. After the first i army .
points to go into the lead and it : of about SO.000. needs two Lady-in-Waiting and two I IdardLJovds.
SHUFFLEBOARDBayTiew flight,at Kitty Hawk. N. C. the institution dispu ted the claim that it was the first airplane to ,
looked .
bad for the refreshing str 'tcbing-to 41t least twice its Extra Lady: m Waiting.
boys who only score ten points.. ( Park) travel through the air under its own power. As. result the Wright brothers let the Kitty Hawk size. ,I J. :. Register of Shipping
in the Ua half or quarter the Daily play r \ go to ihe British museum in London and it was on display there many years. "The blueprints Subscribe *
are being pre To The Citizen. dates from 1834
Cokes wild n _____ __ n_ __ ____ _- -- I
went and scored 17 ---------- -- --- --- ---- -- --- -- --- -- -- ---
points and held the Sonar to V SENIOR BASEBALL i P. r saTa gjrjjgggS; lr {jrryr> ''Vri, ( 1 iC nli 17Y'Vn' Jtrillv rullu.lllluyu- .yrYHll cuX- 11 'riWUc,L
points the favorites.and won the game from Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Kremlin Work Stirs History ;II
High scorer for the SUNDAY, NOV. 28-
losers were' Clenmngin and MeKee -
and R. Barber First Game-Red Raiders TS! MOSCOW-(Ml)-The recent restoration woik on the Kremlin 1838 1948
scored 15
Points and G. Sweeting scored 12 Second Key West Game-American Clowns. Legion has bean responsible for many discover about this ancient: cita I Ii I
for the Cokes. vs. Atomic Bombers del. A wall older than the Kremlin wall has been found in the I
The third game of the night SUNDAY. DEC. 5- lower section of the Blagove ch-Jj :
was the! Junior Varsity lost to a First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. chenskv tower. It is part of the I' I
picked team composed of three : Red Raiders. formervbitestone wall which 1 RUSSIA SAYS \US1KK1S: I
member of the Florida U. and Second Game American Legion : Continued From Page One)
only after a hard struggle Papy, was built at the time of Dmitry
vs Key West Clown j Britain France, Belgium, theNetherlands
Parra and Ha&kins, who haveLetn Donskoy. i j
SUNDAY, DEC. 12-
at the University and came A well preserved fresco of the ; and Luxembourg
down for the holidays had their First Game-American Legion sixteenth itntury made by Fco i.i 2.-To t/lotk the Russian proposal -
Red Raiders.
hands full and the Junior Varsity Second vs. Game-Atomic Bomben dicia, son of the famous artist, for the reduction of armaments OUR 50TH
held them like veterans, and got Dionesia. was found when some .
West Clowns.
vs. Key
the praue of the fans old layers of paint were moved '
3 To the United Statesi
Haskms was high men with from one of the cathedrals in- :-- give : ,
twenty point: Cooper of the Jr. BASKETBALLHigh inside the Kremlin. :i i,i time to establish airplane bases
Varsity scored H points. Oropesa School Gymnasium I In the Nineteenth Century it at key points in Western Luiojje. 11 11I For This Occasion We Are Giving
six SJlf"pperdi&ht and Fernandez (Night) ,' was believed that these frescoes I'I ': ,
three Herteon, Para and Russell PRACTICE GAMES were lost fortver I I\i PKoro l TO :
scored four points each THURSDAY, NOV. 25- In the coiner of the Krtmlms : (Continued From Page One) '
Score by quarters: 7:00 P.M.-Beachcombers vs. Arsenal tower workers found a tion whose bound'tries were not I
Jr Conch 668 12-32 Boca Chica. bronze signet ring embedded in et'rtain. ; 25% TO 50 % DISCOUNT
Jr Varsity 6 10 7 8-31 8:00: P.M.-Bob's Sport Shop a wall. The name on the ring was When the matter comes up be-i;
vs. Sonar School. "Yakov and the family name : fore the Security Council, it was i iI i
Airmen 9:00: P.M.-Pollock's Jewelers had been rubbed away.In pointed out that Greet Butian *
Jibeitt .1 I
: t s. Coca-Cola. : con; do one of two tluruis: : veto N ALL MERCHANDISE *
the year 1429, Henry VI the proposal or fail to vote nn It. ;
Russians 1 ,Tbe Solicitor General, by I granted a Chatter incorp4.1..atin3'Frt''t'm If the..'Butish do not vet,> it.and : : :
.1 special provision of, law, exer- the <-n of the Mystery ; Itt. it be adopted by failure to :
i BERLIN. cues all? tbe duties of the ..At-- of Grocers" in the KinJl's: City of ., vote it was said they will .al'ou.-e I 1'1
"-Tlie men of torney General of the U. S. incase London. the ire of the Arabic world I
Allied airlift .
who fry food i
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disability of the latter. 26r
Soviet
blockade are jibing at the
Russians through then own newspaper I IH.tr
The operation of circumcision
the Tas.k Force Times."
The American and British is depicted on the SaKkarah Shop at Sears and Save
pyramid in Egypt. dating 4.000-
fliers are laughing, particularly 3,000 B. C.'RUPTURED. I THINK OF IT! 25% to 50% Discount on Items You'll want to include in your Christmas
lit Russian propaganda promise> I I Friend: ShoppingList

food to supply and coal the One entice such city jab with pur-',I II MERCHANDISE OF CHARM and BEAUTY from Key West's OLDEST Jewelry Store.

ports to repeat a joke said to ? Have von l..uk.,1! l llirou Ii .inrIUH

bass originated in Russian-occu-j Jiri-tiuao.: BookIf hut, ,i

pied Saxony This say; : Amer WE FIT dot."H' r(-ally ini..t-d l a thrill. In it vou Mill i Waltham

leans with food ars'by.upplymg an.. the British Germany by NONSKIDEXCELSIOR feud -iifj:..,..tion- for ju", t the gifts von leant Wrist Watches

ship while the Russians send for all the folk! on >our Cliri..linn% lift.'Ilw i $I 0 00
their supplies by rul..io." TRUSSES TO BE GIVEN AWAY

"'11.1. YOU SMIIJSfSlionltltfl 'ri- arc big piflf-'liltle piflt.luxurious .- .... JiflS; II Man's and I

I : ,gifts all al inontvl .awing; t TRADE IN VALUE Woman'sThese I

Wonder 'ri,'"*,., and !sole) under Sears strict guarantee Beautiful Watches to be Given Away f

of "Sati", ldioll (>iiarautc Ml ur Your Monev 'I at the End of the Sale on "
Do I Allowed Your Old Watch
believe on
you in metempsychosis lktc'k." Saturday. December 4 :
transfiguration of I
souls, know" Regardless of Age or Make
you

the"I'm tdea half I read inclined the other to credit day" If iTs not convenient for von to come in, von I'I On the Purchase of f SHOP. EARLY!! I

that there are birds in Africa inav phone jour onh-r. It's a quick, ea>, I

'with bills a yard long." lime wet iug way to -hOI). Shop nl Sears OrderOffice f ;:

"Well!" I Satisfaction G ranf*trffVJTSIDC I for prompt, efficienterice.. I i
"It started' me wondering if I a.N.eBULOVA
those birds are not the spirits ft. lurgidl cfxnuon. a ..cadLd frank Johnson
of departed plumbers"Your concaly' & Yctd.r the_coty mi* ELGIN

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i SOCIETY UlIIUIUIIIInmmmnmmmmmr.mII: NEWS: llmllnncnllllllllmunumtnJlllm: : : : I! M9LLR TRiES 3 HER HAND AT DRESSES i I Donald Duck -. .. .-. -


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BT ?fl*A LESLIE GULLY + Dodges Singapore

Phoned4 The CItizen Office-51 i Modes of the Moment te.ea

Residence- -XIr1WIW11UUlU11UNItIp11111gdIIIpIIIIYIUIIINY1dNUINIIIt 1 i if Film Censor ; the

/ \ \ DOHOTHY HOE Donald sl
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Firiflii Driver IFiiw .. Duck and hi* associates are about -
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Vivian Driver was. highest C1 '' i censor Jack Evans, has a soft .. : 1't
ron Pauline --
Holmes
Chris Lowe spot for theta
scorer in the Navy I i I ?
Wives Dorothy .
Murphy Susie Olson, ; T' They're lucky for under state

Thanksgiving Handicap Bowling<< ;Edna' Porter, Jeanne Reynolds, of emergency regulations the

Tournament at the U. S. Naval Betty Rein ke. Jeri Scott, Evelyn j censor is cracking down on mqv-

Station Bowling Alleys" Spencer, Madelene Taylor June : :, ; I iedom. He has orders to weed
Tuesday
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morning when she rolled: 464 Tucker Marion Wickham Pearl out blood en: .1 thunder epics'
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prints. in three games. 1 i' WOOd and Vera Wood. Jet k s which, might inspire trigger-bap.
She won the NCCS Turkey'I i Mrs. Sue Olson was handicapper -' py terrorist elements to greater

Award. ; and Mrs Vera Wood League activity. Singapore's movie jui{!
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Runners-up ;:: manager and NCCS Executive' j r aiences' favour serial dramas )
were Roma ,
Dil- ; .' .
Secretary Eileen Coughlm sit 25 to 31
hard 440 points. Lucille Blais 428. I i I were They through reels
and Lillian Mceks 411. scorekeepers.Navy :; 1 at a time! without squirming
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Other bowlers included Mesdames I'I wives bowl at the U. S.i i i iI a Generally there's less serious

Isobcl Bliss, Trudye:Clark-, ;!,I:' Naval Station Alleys every Tues-I' gunplay in serials than in ordinary

Anite Connor. Emily day and Friday morning and all ,, feature film on crime, censor
Genevieve Ewing, Flo DesArmier.l Faulcon- !'I Navy wives are invited to play. Evan explains, so they ran n

er..Frances. Gainer, Corky Her- I 1 l Beginners alleys are always! .. .It I Usually be pasx'd. Dirk Tracy

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Navy Wives Club Held j Weekly{ -- ; Aw : ; I I with Donald.Suicide : .


Meeting; Yesterday! At N.C.CS. i i I : i Pact t- : I.",

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their weekly meeting yesterdayat Cherwa, Edith, Esther Clark,Cain Genevieve Helen : + t t j Brings Action( :'
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RANG00N-aA'i-Four youiuj .
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This meeting would ordinarily Mary Ellen McMulIins.I .

have: been their monthly luncheon ,I Frances Schimmtyer, Jeanne depressed Burmese by OVl'l:! (nn..nt'ffipJuYHJ"ha,,tie nd.tk.\S. ,
meeting but the club htld i Reynolds and Vera Wood.
a : their made suicide1
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dish Mrd. Madt-Iene Taylor : b k I ,
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successful. which was quite i i I I publicity chairman during the I final good time before they died.

[afternoon. Mrs. Taylor has already ris During!!: the \veekeivl. the four i'.','
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members taken over the publicity s { -two policerm-n. a ..Ierkand a I ,
of the club. I It
were brought and Refreshments:: and brought the club's scrapbook t messenger boy- mot at a Ran t, it t
served by the i up to date. ] t| goon hotel. They ord-red the best
hostess for the I I I
i sail
afternoon Mrs. ]I Mrs. Genevieve Duke a pros- j food and drink available.
Kathleen Abenante. I
Members I Then linking arms, they SU&t
present were the Mesdames I yesterday's genii 1 down t.. the waterfront, '
Kathleen Abenante, lona Aiken !I voted I II t' tt l d
i into the club at next' In full view of bystanders
Dorothy Bickel. Isobel Bliss Te i I I week's meeting. zf I they badi ejrh other goodbye. '110 '

----------- --- .. I I Then they jumped into the river.
-- -- I II I. hFRlslt'll Horrified onhJ.kf'TS summoned ....

Formal Tlumkagiving Dance To BeHeld I I aid. Two to>f the four were ref:. .

v ued. J- .
Tonight At Armed Services YMCAIt They told their story to the* I

I I police. .). .
has been announced that The law .argcd beth with iti ...
a On I c
the decorations |
committed .
formal dance will be held tonight : ;L11ER/C: I.V rROTll This romantic'; -- i tempted suit ido. s
.
*t the Armed Services Y.M.C.A., are Beth Greene Betty Clark and erenintf! trll, of irliite fJrulfl; and /i/M/n1// ",!tI.'(* IS THE; If'OlU Presenting a collection of cnnloin-made drensesnltli <-

beginning at 9:30: sponsored by Lillie Mae Adams while Sybil irliili' glitzed chintz tras dunn in first drcx., f.>/- flue tteir "irnfinrtazat'c'ling*" milliner Lilly Dache accented I daringly WILL YOU/ .to"I.1' :?
the members of GSO. Mardin and Bonnie McQuistan
Music for the occasion will be will be the hostesses in charge u f lnlitin of LilIhirhe! French.born laic \ ark /"' -*'If' m'"I.lim'''<<, Typical examples are the paste hanlnng resort dressnills How ItWorked '.- .

furnished by John Pritchard and the refreshments.This millinery;! designer. attached sari felt, and the futuristic black ta/feta dinner dress' a rigFI.OIU /" .

his orchestra and there will be should be a charming and - ---- I Out ..... ,
specialty numbers presented by well-attended dance since these .
.
Doreen CniA Veda Carroll Kitty affairs have always' proved successful : I.!,

Ramos :and Bonnie McQuistan.: )I :and enjoyable. ., :, Hand ley had not come, out.. '
U .x t ; a I very well in the marriage lot-,
--- .-- his Club he '
-- tery. One day at
L c bemoaning his trouble to 'a/': .
.lt& v i I was
Baby Show Winners To Be tt
i : : 1 more fortunate member. J 'I
"Yes he said "before I married :r._ .
Photographed Tomorrow Afternoon I everyone told me" that mar.

riage Vas a gamble. .
The winners in the Baby Show I may be taken promptly.In I er-t The other yawned lie was : .

sponsored by St. Paul's Church connection with the prizes rather bored. ,
,
wil be photographed by the Ev- twit!;toy the babies and older ,, r tt "And how did you find it?** ;.
ans Studio tomorrow.The' I '' ''"' h ,
children, a complete list of these he asked. :
youngsters in the first prizes will be announced as soon "Why," said Hundley bitterly' .

group comprising those up to as such list is available for pub-I j "a fellow hasn't got a chance." ij .
H years of age, will have their :I. !ic< tion. It may be stated that :I

pictures taken at the studio at:I all these prizes were beautiful j Read The Citizen's Classified,
1 p. m. Those in. the second and particularly the four first I Advertisements.. .
group llz to 6 years, will face 'I .awards which consisted of gold i aminmuiimiiiiffliiiininmTPiiinTTiiiniiiiiinHiftiflI ':
the camera at 3 p. m. I' cups donated. by the Beachcomb- '
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Parents of these Baby Show I er-Jewelers and which are! now I ii.vij.3. T :
winners are requested to bringthe : in process of being engravedwith tr I Ii

children at the hour appointed I. the winner names and other i i 1021 Duval Street r

in order that the pictures : pertinent data. I 1, DEFENSE FORCES
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cmniiiiimmininnnunninniKnnnniiiiiiuiiiiiunbWhat's : : \ .
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Doing ,," f'
Students i! : MONDAY
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i" at the j. 7:30: PAL. -Spanish Class.TUESDAY .

ARMED SERVICES .
ReturnThe 10:00 A.M.-Bowling, for Navy
Y.M.C.A. j Wives, at U. S.: Sub'
Misses Betty Lord. Laurie i Jackson Square. Whitehead | Base Bowling Alleys.

I E. Sweeting and Gisekla Calleja and Southard StreetsWAIIIn.MhpUblllUtJgIW1U1UIlUWIIUUIIIInn1111 ? 7:30 PAL-Hospital Party (2nd

will arrive today to spend the I I! !/ ; tgt Tues.)

I I I I L } A WEDNESDAY _..I ;
Thanksgiving with their MONDAY '
holidays i : i'
( .
I I 12:30 P.M.
-Hospital Fishing Trip--
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families. All three of these young ] 9:00: PAL-Juke Box dance. PiL.
2:00: -Navy Wives Club. .
'
ladies the Florida i I
are attending Consequences '
7:00'P.M.f u k c Box Danc*.
State i I e- i 4' I I ;
University at Tallahassee :
,0 ?1f tlU'SOICT games. '. '
The Misses Lord and Sweetingwill TUESDAY: I
a THURSDAY
be .I 7:30 P.M.-Shuffle board sessions I
met in Miami by Judge yCL z
1:00 Machines
PM.-Sewlng ,,
and Mrs. Raymond Lord, who are I ort the'.patio. i Bil lards. Showers.
I 9:00: P.M.-Theatre Group meets. I I
driving there to meet the plane I FRIDAY
on which the girls will come WEDNESDA
2:00: P.M.\ Pre-natal Class.
I -
from i 1:00 P-M.-Hospital Fishing trip.
Tallahassee
and Miss Calle- j '
t 9.00 I.--DanN', Orchestra.
I z fr f
ja wil be met by her parents, Mr. : 8:00: P.M.Dance Class (Begin-' I SATURDAY
and Mrs. Carlos Calleja. I I| ners.)
j 9:00: P 1\t.-"Ye Ole CountryParty" 'I 2:00: r.M-Buxm Training.
I I SUNDAY
Calendar Of }I I (Square Dancin', Virginia i i ; 11-1"1); ) 4FTKK Fit J fJ; Ilumping necUineand foTE t White shantung; LADYLIKE LOOK 9:30: A T.I Communion Breakfast

Reels). Dashing irliile polo coatiritli folded 1ionld"r detail err illnstruted trill pastel jiolfta-dotted trimming Shoulder Jot dis used for monthly)
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1:00: P.lIP"'on.gn )
Coming Events I THURSDAY 3:00: P.M.-Photo: Class. I I eascHsiii'l lines. [ by tliiit solati..lirtit"al i aflrrnoon dresx. ntak's'f ',.,;,.', flattering resort drest. toirn dress natural line. -- -- up .

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER: 25- I , ___
9:30: P.M.-Dance. Orchestra. i --- ---------- --- -
Formal Dance Armed Services FRIDAY i 1---
YJII.C.A. 9:30: P.M. 1>Music' 8:15: P.M.-\Iovies.: : Bridge Par- : Your (:bib! Today with their toys. This is the time : you making up Christmas packages MILL YOl SMILE? -:

by John Pritchard's Orchestra. ties.SATURDAY I when junior can be taught thatif to be sent to less fortunate

: j TEACHING UNSELFISHNESSAT he will let other children play i! children here and overseas and But Good-by lilt
soon bring some of their own
Dance Thanksgiving Evening 8:15: P.M.-Movies. with his toys, he in turn will be t
8:00 o'clock Elks Club An toys to you to be added to the
: 10:15: P.M.: -Second show (same Is Borrowed
permitted to share their to-s." :
t pakages or make their own.
nex, sponsored by Senior feature). up
Class of West High CHRISTMAS TIME\ j This is a comparatively simole 1 1I "I know of clubs of youngsters
Key SUNDAY: I I "Out in Australia, where I
School. Floor Show. |I thing to do she says. because : saving their pennies to buy
9:45 A.M. Java Club. "
: -
TAYLOR MARKS ''junior's i j interest span in any one' things for children at the Recreation i i live said the lecturer, "neigh- '
Organ: Recital. Thanksgiving 2:00: P.M.-Classic Hour. By DAVID I
St. object, is short. It won't b<_- long : Center," says Miss Alessan- I bars are ;omcrhnes as much u.v:
Evening, 7:45 o'clock Hour.
: 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship
:
AP features Write I
Ncw i diverted drini. had learned to do I I I '**
Paul's : before his 2ttt'ntionOIl be I "They twenty miles -aPa'tto'{
Chas. Roberts
Church. Coffee
. dough- '
II1j.,
Christmas is a good time for parents to teach junior unI the kinds of
to some other: ablest."Should so by observing
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in- nutsJ
organist. Public cordially I "It must be lonely.:? remarkeda
vited.MONDAY. l I'Family I selfish ways according to Miss Norma Alessandrini ci the I junior insist upon things their school and religious .
i Children's Recreation Center Pediatrics Division; Bellevue! Kosj I playing with Johnny's toy. the I organizations; were doing." I listener. ,,
NOVEMBER" 29th- HJix-Up\ I I alert parent can engage his interest Christmas is a great time for "It has Ks codtpensatR'nI -." .
j
-
"John Loves first pital.She
" Mary Civic Drama presentation : adds, however that parents should not expect too much j s| in a substitute toy almost immediately r parties, she says. Here junior can I i I continued the lecturer<< "For instance ,

Guild of New of York 8:00: ST. JOSEPIlJ; Mo. -When 1 from thrpe-to-four-year-cld tots. These children need the feelI bv displaying; an aci learn that there are certain activities j[ when one buys a law n
City
I i: live interest in it. Then as jun- only to be enjoyed as a it becomes
practically
i mower
,
".M., High School A lid it or i- I ling that thre are some things that or theirs clone. j I : I I I Ii
t Thomas Bowman, 83, returned 1, '.ors and Johnny's interests wane. group. He will have to share with j, one's own property" ,
But. at the of six Miss Alessaiiclrini.: children! : arc' i
4 um. Sponsored by Jayceeo. I from a two weeks' visit out <.f age says i! !!ivir toys vn ,exchanged.: ." shesays. others and in so doing learn that !' ---
first becoming aware that they belong to a group and to a cem- only he have the
by sharing ran I r..rv..vvmr..m'
i WILL YOU SMILE? I State, he discovered strangers: mtnty.: It is then parents can begin to teach; : then by example;,'1 Children; low to loa:k in the' ; rt-atet; injoyment. i I STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE -
living in Ins rented house. Mrs. and in activities, that mu.tzhrre : ,. t iI .f
a,: through participation group they favor of their parenti: Miss I
Going; Down Bowman hold moved in his ; \:ith others in order to enjoy the benefits belonging: to all. i:: >:;saMriru. Sttouk junior be II IIAJt Charles: Francis Cotof Palm i I TRIUMPH '' ;

' absence und Bowman could not : And vvhat better time ;a. there,; -j j'I j i :ware" that you f:.vor his haring Beach. f 13", author, born Buffalo COFFEE -
Tom-I old ,
understand man his toys or -\vfts with his:!' N. Y.. 53 ago.There .
tii.d iiei. When police finally she asks tK-n! at Yulftidchtn\ have il iMt: tin ;i years MILL
j
en >\e set-n! :1 PI :
. you hold divers stocks. i friends or oth rs. rw '.; more likeI J t Y I
located her in another of thee whole families aijd communities
part I I a grab ft-r the toys 01 'A.c.! children -:J''Iy to continue which hatch at
doing v) are insects :
. bill-Ywu said it-they ar. city they couldn't find Bowman'I get together to enjoy the giving,. II'I as well as repelling all ..t- j I I Again, children an.at Db1)el"VU5. 'and die of old ace within a sin I dlCroe/ 'raua..ut. ,

diver, sor. tnougn. .. .. M. to tell him. and re'.eivins et: gifts. "Ho A oft tempts of other cfaildru to fiky'' st.e: say:. lh: 'U ;ith; !aIk I '.b ., .' a4.4L4.141.L a.4.Ia



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PAGE: EIGHT THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
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i GLAMOR FOR RENT !

Of Street Name Change I liru Super i

BERLIN-i/IV-Nearly/' torn year alter the tsar tin onupving: | I
povci.aic still "dcmalitan.iang": dinazifvmg. German: stieit ,
names. Sometimes the '"crmiias express a dim view of this proi i i(

cess. j" I 1 1'I'
In the town of Hani.ovtrsch ''' en siiassc. Next uay a fish monger ;
Musnden British i occupationzone : hung another sign under the I Marketi
crack 'I' new street: name sign. It said: !
for instance a wry 'l'l
followed the renaming/; of a street Fresh Beethoven herring for [I
from Bismark strasse to Bectho- sale. I I
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LA'HMiYST; MW: IMUK I IIS JIte! .

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jiff. ; HATS' THE Tlll\ .Mrs. .1Ially UarLe adjust : 4

ti m dinner hat fur citttunirr til halrentingwi.. :
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By DOROTHY ROE.: Associated Press Fashion Editor .

NEW YORK -It's funny about hats. I' a POTATOES
When a woman is wearing the right hat she can get the
job. make the save' h or impress the man she's after. :, SWIITS"' ..nE i lit 1i I IJOMILK:( :
When she feels that her hat isn't up to snuff, she might as 1 39c
well stay home for all the good shell do in business or in love ,

Realizing this ;:-established! !l ; a/ 4! FId" VEAL ROllS ''b- 59CAKMfH

fact a custom milliner b\ thename WILLOV SMII.K? 3 DOZENKEY .
of Mrs. Matty Clarke has i I

started, a hat renting haven on The Oilier Sit/ i I LIMES
New York's. fashionable east sidej: < Wii\'photo
for the benefit of women who )(H'.s t.l.OMiJIJLOMA": ) : )( .MIIDIU.M
Of 'WtirThe HERE ARE SOME OF THE 89 DISPLACED PERSONS from
| I
hat for
must hate a spciial a penal
occasion and don't feel that Europe who have found new homes on the 1.500-acre plantationof 25c
pilot of one of our "leaf
they can pay the required $50 let" plants reported back atl I}, A. T. Callicott (right) at Senatobla.: Miss. The unofficial EGGS IN CARTONS doz. 69c
and-up to buy one headquarters two hours before leader cf the group is Janis DzeUus; (left). All lost their homesin
For an outlay of $3 per day he was due. Hu astonished C. O t! Latvia in the war. The children are carrying small American -
plus a $15 deposit Mrs. Clarke asked for an explanation. j flags presented to them by the First Baptist church of CUCUMBERSr .
tends her customers out equipped "
"W ell. sir the young officer i Senalobia.
with the right hat for the right'purp replied. "I I flew over / .I.B. ..HI\TS-nLOHEU; : (
_. Those who rent hats fall tipped j!--- 3 FOR
'I territory as instructed and
principally! into two elates: tarter out the parcels over the I RELTIIER: BLASTS I'KO-KI.DS{() ; ) I I1N CIO: )
.
girls who want to make the ide." I NU-MAID OLEO lb. 41c
right, impression during: important 'Do you mean you threw them : 14c
interviews and
job women '
out still roped in bundles* a.->ked -
confronted: with an unexpected t
the C. O in an anxious voice"Yes
dinner date who must have a I
fabulous hat for a big: eveningWliole -Gieat sir"i Scott You i a 1'IJS. 1..-OJ:iR III \7".S /'/(U',IRI.I)
wedding parties also are have hurt somebody man.! might; Nabisco Oreo $
frequent customers, selecting hats n
fur the one important occasion, TODAY'S .3 25c PRUNES l9cE
returning. them the next day.
Most in demand parties also ANMVKUSAIUESKnow .
2
Sandwich Pkgs.
are frequent customers, selecting ?
( America i
)
hats for the one important ocia : $
sion.. returning them the next' 1758--John Armstrong, soldici a RKU( L iR SIZE I'AKA/: AAinrirr'sMIMA'
of the Revolution. U. S senator :
day Most in demand arc the. dinner I secretary of war. author of the '! a {Jl 1RTKt.L : ..
rucfctail hats all strictly alluring historic "Newburlh Ixittcrs"' yr jJ BRAN .16c
rented by business ;girls for a big: reeking justice for Revolutionary
late Says Mrs. Clarke: veterans born at Cqiltslc, Pa CiOROX 15c $
i"Pne of mv fir t cu,tomors was Died April 1 I. 1843. .
a girl: who mme in for a hrt tnwer 1816-Lewis M. Rutherford i
ton a blind date I fixed her famed physicist of his generation \0. 2*,<> (: l\'' IMJ" KIST
up w nth a Mnantii; little bonnet born at Mobsib inid. N Y. Died i -,.......' /. \ ; ; i' fCK.lE\ ; :
llut made h"r look il.. pretty as a May 30, 1892.1835Andrew. i 'f or
alcndar picture Two wet ks Carnegie famous -I fI PEACHES 31c I I.Lic
law the sa.>ip girl <':.mo bark\ t.> steel maker who tried to I VEL 27( .
pick .alt a hit: for her weddinuTUu : give away moot;:; of his wealth for .l .
bonnet did the tack.JOLLiY public good born in Scotland ;

Died 1846 Aug-Carry II, Amelia 1919 M. Nation. I DLL ().\ \LLLOll? "'' t:Rli.fll: : .ST> LL: '0. I (. fIHf; rinr l'OIS f
; I IIKSIOKY k
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(Know America) militant hatchet saloon Kansas prohibitionist wrecking: fame of MVM \. 1 j jd
PEAS. i iU
the 17VT: ;Virginia.-A British troops colonial commanded torte born 1911. in Kentucky. Died Jun? *). t. i l CORN NO. 303 CAN 17( 14c

l I.y G'OigeVa !' -'.ikes 1865-Kate Gleason. RmhcstciN ,
Fort Duquesnc from th. FnnchaniLxinamv Y, gear manufacturer first I --- L,1' L \\R /' u:h \\t.i: ruMmr-* 1Ilitl: : >7 $
/. (.1 : ) : *
it Pittsburgh. woman bank president, noted en-i lA', \\'u'lThllill, "
1781 Unprecedented! dism.ivwrjcn gmeer, philanthropist born in |
the sensational news of Rochester. Died Jan. 9, 1933. WALTER REUTHER. president of the United Auto Workers $ G4 ,! r'tI'.II.1/ ) MIX
CiHnwaltis' surrender at Yorktown 1869-Benjamin B. (CB.n') i Union tells pro-Reds to change or get out of the CIO. He is 1 f)3G1 iiC $
reaches London-a month Linosey jurist juvenile coal addressing the national CIO convention at Portland. Ore. His .
later piont-er. born in Jackson. T<'nn. II arm is in a sling as result of shotgun wound inflicted by a I

1.83-. British evacuate NiuY.nk. Died 1943. in Los Angeles. March 26 hidden assailant's attempt to kill him last Spring. < : JEllY RE(,11. tu ( IN 01.11 11. nIT 1',1/\: ..

1816-The New Thtalu in' d

Philadelphia bxliexed to Illuminated be fir>! such h. IS 1.1: TIIEY'UE CHECKING: : : ()> TilE VUMHM! \115515511"I.1I' OM.NT' IKtllLL; : If'IIIIIv;.MOnsfrrpff.ifff SHRIMP 34c

I
("ountry.1918SotdK, .
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and .i
rs s.'i i Il'IIn
the titretts of New York biatini; '$ c / SYRIJP..22c
up Communists holding nss I U/:(,I L IIS SfI.L f"\>rl,
meetings to "send fldh-,n..1. +x(
greeting: to Socialists m O i i ,
a ; x i ty x 1 I < R l//.f Rl HRLf.lLtR ?
many. f I lf-<>/ en'\ lodge; > AJAX..I1c
1320 Pro .d. W.N ,
'nt .n "k.I aka
llw 1 cruse of Nat.; '<>n.. t ttiatv to' ,,I >. t ss :*.
tittwetn' the Turk ,.net! .i. 1.0) JUICE 19ci I ,
nw tians.1D3S (;,)OK'IO\ RL t fin .To.no' t
-Temporary rullixt" u >>
the processing taxes inborn ri ,In
t' S. Supreme Couii!I.1936Germany I. ; t: f\ (.in erlreitilll El)1)EI; ) CODFISHCAKES I
1 and J.t'''m 23c

sign 1'43-U.Anti-Commmtern S. 8th A'm'K.Pact .. i TLJNARl.l 43c :

gain 1944 in-The rainy Saai and "i muddy i It,1'-..it' ,. ? .

l Ioy Gen PatlonV foui. *.
1 tH! }-ProHtcnt Ti u i:"." .tiT; t-iio: Mall'II)
L J/f / If A (f'/: I.IKRISPIES
ilea n>mmi! testing! loyalty of (...\i.,o"wnl" *

tmptayersYtmr). -. -llttrttsvnwTllUnsfJAY. -- \ a 3 e- pT 15( !IST RCH. I9c J


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full ture.enr'194a-TudolY of tood sympathetic Fives:w_01 Its a feminine and. humane I liclod na< ,|| ,IP.1 \ViupMEMBERS :.'' $ Cab Food! 2 CANS
Dog
haracter by the asxHiates for a nurse It is though a gian it.s.l ,' OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE Appropriations and Public Works Committees are at 25A i

action should be ;spread o\ci a'' Memphis. Tenn. checking the course they're taking on their cruise down the winding Mississippi
wider sphere, disseminating its,. river from Memphis to New Orleans to inspect flood contrcl: installations. Left to right Sena-
spiiit throufch: literature or I, tor John McClellaa. Democrat of Arkansas: Gen. Robert C. Crawford president of the Mississippi !
thrmtch social life The life]I River Commission: Rep. Will Whittington. Democrat, of Miss.ssippi.! Some commentators have In;: RESERVE; THE; RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES +
j-houlJ be a happy one. i:' said Rep. Whittington may be the next chairman of the House Public Works Committee. At the
I end of their cruise they will attend the annual meeting cf the Mississippi Valley Flood Control
SiiH Tibr To '"'" Citirro j I I Association. : in New Orleans. 4&/&Wt t <9 %



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