The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00260
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00260
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I ii up a substitute for the TaftIlartley j s EBANKS !
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: the bill and some provisions of,

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NEW YORK. Mov 2fi.-Own i j Some provisions which are I' POLICEMAN ARTHUR WHITEHEAD (left) and Otto Zundcl I PARIS Nov 26-A determiup I

ers of illvh ps that hive been likely to cause much controversy'! of Mobile Ala, present four.year-old Patricia Ann Cash witha Collet: A l Se.\;ion i j jTomorroir Neutrals! Hold I movement was" begun here tod.

tied up nlonc. the fast and west in congress. have boon so framed : Chow puppy to replace her dog which they killed white speed. I !i 1 1 hy I prcsentativci of the United
roasts of tlM United States have i, that alternatives may be adopted ing to a traffic accident. Patricia promptly showed her appreciation !Ii .'
I States. Great Britain, France and
I as congress decides i
(iv*'n feelers to get them ready i1f I I by naming the pup "Copper: I Il Laic Sessions II>ill ind to try to stop the spread:
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for srftlinK. In the belief that thtlona i ., 'if communism in the Far Eo:.t
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"lv.i*.n,<.n will approve thafitrt .. jMolor) () Cyclist i I ll erllhritl (i. (ix1.rated:: : .It.s untended to take concerted
'm< nt entered into by the a I I 1 Ahoul Blockade H< ti'''n to bring to a halt the increase .
Great Guns Remindful Of FortJefferson's ()
ship owners and. loaders of the Tu l 'l llif> Al, 9:30.M.: () : I.: of communism In tin I,
unions. UM A F. of L. on the Hurt Yesterday I' .-oiintriPs as China Inttn-Cl,,>, .
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, Atlantic. .' and CIO on the Pacifitlx y j r rI \\Inn Hearing; Sl.irl- l! ,\l I o |Ui"'n") i tllrrr'r: : awl Manchuria. Spokesmen I i\I
>nK horctnen arc voting; to- i Columhiads :glared that should conunun: "
I d. \ in s .n>'; areas and-will vote I James Hopkins was slightly; I Iinjured Being The inquest into the death of (_ OMln In lltrltii ; Jam muth more headway in tt '
IOKHHTOW" in" other area Voting. ; nt 2:4", p. m. yesterday j Henry Chish<>Im Flvinks young area of the world, it is I.kci; t I.
I on the west -oa.st will begin tn- when a m..tnn'yele he was dnv- j jing mplojeof Overseas I a l':<..port I i E\H rl....1| spread I to all Asia
... I collided with automobile I II In Portland Harbor Me.\ ftcwH and
ii rr w mornmsTh t an j Junked I thanking reported today f'' .t
, <: strike on the west coast! ,J I driven by Antonio Lopez 9121: I Toll Bridge; Disti let, hose badly i 1'ii !rl, Matte l Stum I the communist forces had In II

I I I.i t.-d x*> days: and 17 days on the I Packer street and Truman aveI I mangled body was found on thrown back farther along II t:'<
east <.......t. Cost of the strikes is j jfstmiHtid I nue Hopkins was treated atI I II Ij I'Hit ) (,.111('" Cannon: fog: I-;t tITii r Overseas Highway! at Marathon I c II* .hue N..v tmwrillril 2G P..I t'r..iPARIS legal.of I I eastern area of Suchow As: th .
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al $344 million. j Gali-> lI.1t.'lI1onal.IIn pltal forscratches last Saturday will be i fell back, the communist were i -
resumed .
and bruises Later he (? ( IrS.iiiiSLO. ( - n" oti.il unit i. "- tht- & t-unty
/trlhnr; Sawyer'' I I I was releasedFiremen. Like Arm \t 'I' >rlii .i.., : 0.r tomorrow One witness at 9:30:that a. m. I t Count 1 of the. United Nations I ported wardly to nearer be deploying to the Yanct sou;
will be
called { mot list ni,;ht anl continued in River. Another Nation
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I II d', Wu photo. I 'I lu-y Meter Fired ,\ >liol befou Coroner Roy"Hamlm anj session till earlstit., morning to army is on its way to the fart I

I I'o.sl 1 kilns I Foriw.x JOSEPH WALKER. 31 sheet Fight the jury investigating the death I' try tft fimi a solution to the dispute I The army is said to be compos...'
By FRANK W. LOVERING over the WorkaHo of western -
of well
metal worker. sits behind jail I .... I ol Ebanks is Mrs. Dana White equipped season'"
.\ / /V/r/y I Brush Blaze IMTlai l 1' < i ll. ft rim bv th nlbSlan.o troops).
bars at Boulder. Colo, after his PORTLAND Mi'.- Tw I m who operates the Marathon Drug t This morning. none of the delegates I
HI.ms I"| th. annual Christ' arrest in connection with the I mense cannon with in-m<'h bon Stoic with her husband. who is would say what progress
111.is I'.iU at the Naval Hospital. slaying of Theresa Foster. 18. City firemen worked for 40 ,in inch I less than the huge Clumbiads < k'. K expected to tell what she knows]I had been mad. A spokesman Mrs. Laura Young
wile' formulated i at the regular Colorado University cO-I'd. I ininuU s extinguishing a brush which sprawl rusting I for them stated: that they had received I
about money given Tom Roberts,I i
tlnu of Arthur Post I fire which started at Simontonand Gulf weather tht from
m f Sawyer Nov. 9. Officers said he claim- in on parapet answers represcntativts -
No: 28 American Legion held ed he found the body of the girl Catherine streets at 12:30: p. of old Fort Jeff..rson-a. being:: Homestead who is held without i 1 of the Unittti States. Great Died Yesterday
Wednesday en'nIntThe com i m. Firemen from No. 3 station removed from an installation bail in County Jail as a material. Britain Franrt and Ru < T to the
mitt, ** er."-*"1-'t>f Harry J. Melt in his automobile and tossed it I had to attach lines of hose-to the Peaks Island one of the; warls WItness-in the tase "v,..'- 'series of quo-o.tlOn..tJ1at Sari' been Mrs. Laura Kemp Voting/ 4';.
i g' '. Jack Saunders and Paul L. I under a highway bridge He pumper to put out the blaze ano I .f the City of Portland a nu'nd '" Stall sent to them about the blockade resident of Key West for the

:M."."i. .IiI '. insisted another man killed her. I to save adjoining; property. > a half. east across the, h.u Ham A Highway Stevens: told Patrolman the Vvil and th' currency in the V k'rim four years, died l yesterday aft p..i t
I'I) was announced that a I juiv <.n'a.
Ii.nil i if In"truc.tiun would heI I 12 xirTo manufacture the par .1 t tuns Wednesdathat Mis. White toM. TN wutrals will make. their noon petal in after the Galey short Memorial illness. II.Mi' .
I him she had a
I h. 101 I II..! all P.ist Officers in Temporary Teu)1)erillllresAl / during! the Second I World given Roberts $lrC) report hnrtir.: It is bt heveri that Young resided at 2210 Staple ,
Hit h) IJistiut at Miami Beach th"l } War cost the United St.it,-, "ipjroximaUly '>n Saturday. The jury want t-> they.. will hf' ';:nt-d that th<' rurre Avenue ..51 -
I near from her first-hand. :
7:30 EST
SHIM! Dtiimber 5. Post A.M. : $1.000.000 h"'I-' ,it t.1I : :v\:- CiU'"tlon is now "sit involved 1 She is survived by the wHor ..\'
I II Robeits
m..ml l Warren and 1st Patrolmen] ArcI the mccham \hi got the $100 fiom ;n the ISerlin '
George I I intricate "n Mrs White.. then he had n a no agreement i Willian Young, and one ""n.
Vice i "ommanrlcr Paul L. Mesa. I s".t"n- TempI operated them. But like the can about' ram bi IIP lied by the western Kemp Young.
.li I I were i named to attend. I I fillings i 2:1i : inn at Fort Jefferson the Portend FRANK W. LOVERING $80. to give to his wife on Sunday : Powers; ml I Russia about. I Funeral services are being h,'I let!
Jack Saunders, County SerO.rc''r. Named i flirmin ham 56 Harbor !guns wen never !shortly after he was arrested changes pr.>p.is.-d by both sides: this afternoon in the chapel rPntthard
the Today Elsm'lrk 2. -- at Homestead and held at request i to the di.ld iitiExlrcal,. .
tcc Rave a report i I in war. Gulf of MCXti e i nays and thet.rspangled of Coroner Hamlm Sheriff | Funeral Home TI. ;
I I'.t <.f the activities of his officet i Cuff.ln 3'I Said for SIS.909 I James MacConnell: of St Paul
I I I Ch.rlest..n 4'I .. 1 canopy. of tropic Berlin A Sawyer told the jurv
t:'U''in i t N Tin'>\'<'mijer report; 1916 indicates to October.. re- j II I 1sl.I.. J;iiiii-s, .Xnil Chicago 3fCorpu. There are 900( tuns ,>f lh. finest nights Roberts had informed him of iI j :; S300: Church services the officiating.body will After be take ti I ..
teal in the Peaks Island arma.ient giving the $80 his wIfe. n
,,\l. i If'., in pensions in thei I V I Christi 'h Stained brown with rust that to i to Miami for
( l.i I iA.Berry cremation
> iiMir| | Pl the un.at Jtffc: on were.f I Roberts was heard by Arthur [
nt of SO:J.;331 1.93 insurancei Bond
.f "i ; scales and throws away with thetrade ; Posted
I IiI cast iron The cannon being of Marathon to heI j () (
nct..it say
82:2.50000I1 .
n..tat inonts : .\nI I.ur..r i.ivj I
583 letters vShore I 151 Paso 4 ....kcn up by acetylene I torch winos; strange gloomy had only $3 on him Fi idav night Car Gels
'mi executed received-: I'olMi-liM Ft. Worth 51 vere sold the A. G. Smith Co.. a chambers far below their resting I Ebanks was known to have about I J ;
letters My
wllt"'n773 Taylor
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j Galveston 74 Jew York scrap metal firm for places hold unwhispered secrets $140 on him before his death
71'; mh'rvlews-391.Naval: Air Stan I iI Two ttmpora: appointments I. Jackonville 51 ;15900. In the prime quality Except for tests with black but when Patrolman Stexens''' Worel Of It
I 1.1 t John Bulk .
to the KtvVest Police Force !t Kansas;; City 35 crap steel market the going; powder. the guns .'n Jeffersonnever opened his wallet after his botH 1'1:1': s,:fI'l IH m.i 1 1.1t.1 bv J'SMRob
., to j
., UM details relative I -
...n n'isd "Golden Gloves I were announced today by City KEY WEST 7ft rice today is $39 per ton which fared a ihargt!!: Nor thoseon was found there was no mont.ym f "!it ,vi''T .'.. operates thtPali I LONG CEACH Calif.-II. -
j tl.I.e.ute ji,'t Police Chief Joseph Kemp Los Angeles 41I of .S3.j; .100. and a profit of :'tIOn.o Whether Roberts will take the ,, ; his attest lot driving, .
I 1)ev,mber 10th at the NCCS, i colliding with the nil .t t
"+n Ouxal street Victor A. I' Temporarily appointed are Louisville .. -. 3; i0200!! minus cost of removal In \\ashmitin: D-feni-e Department witness stand voluntarily tomorrow while nt:"xi, <'dted was nrdt n.nf'Strt'at'f Otis Knight, but Knight's e..1'.''
named to serve Winston Lowe James and Nelson I, Meridian 62 The bulky Columbiads at Fort officials say the 60-foot I was known only to him and : bv Judge Thomas S. I suffered a broken windshii l !.
I H "till ann was Davenport. Both Miami 63 leffcrson. t>3 miles west c>f Key steel mammoths her are notworth his attorney William V. Alburv I Cam of Criminal; Court today
men weredescribed Nagel
Lt. Burk : was charged with mtoxcation !
"II, th -taft with : Vest received their name when r.luI'h They are ratedas Taylor! was !.. have made. his I
now making
former Navy Shore 33 Mburv was an investigation j .
as Minneapolis
of Edmund .
j rhe I ippluation for Patrolnren while on duty here : MemphiS 50 irst designed for the War of being able to throw a shell 3j in the case and may bring; i( tpp< ..i'.n. b"f'.re T Jury teodag t
.\ \. \\;a"s approved m'"mI I I''land each has had previousI I New Orleans 73 812. The engineering by which miles. Theyere tt'St-flrt..q once sane witnesses before the jury i' in Cninin nl Court on th m charge
IH.. hip their construction was aceom with reduced charges do I tiled against him by State highway SJd.'i Divorce:
I police: duty in other titles I New York 46 ; tonnorrow-r may not soW I
I : They were appointed for 30 Norfolk 56 ilishcd was brought about by Two 12.Inch Guns. Also Currv Harris told the jury I II Patrolman C C. Reynolds
Bible erse I days. If they rriake god the. will ; Okahoma City 41 uggestions; of Gen. George Bomord On adjacent Cushing Islandat Wednesday that it could eon I who: rrrsted him tin. Stork island A petition seeking a ,Hiv.,."
I be kept on at least during the Omaha 29 USfor use in that war the entrance to Portland Harbor I. sider whether Ebanks was killed I II r we'K :1 KoTc was filed in the office of C'in C ,I'''t!
which before Fort 12 inch. I : Iir.. aut..matl- I' Court Clerk Ross (' Saw .
) forthcoming tourist season it : Pensacola 69 was fought two brand new j bv some noe pirson who pre- \ i IT : n -< f.-t
limits Bandit t was stated by Chief Kemp. : Roanoke 36 Jefferson was begun: in !34f f>. coastal weapons are. being | medittatcd his dt'ath. or i oouH i c'.II1: re\i.kfd. I b\ hi: iilun to Wednesday bv He. hi'it F.UJ"J'I': i ii '<

I It IS> said these temporary appointments ; St. LoUIS ... 38I Modified by General [Rod scrapped What this (pair cost i hold for second degree murdeiI I put in its: .ipp1:iirn't and when n..r".tm. against; t Doiothv Mac t(:;
DFNVFR Coio.-As Mrs. Oiett.i j as city policemen has I San Antonio -. 59I man and renamed for him Uncle Sams taxpayers was not I third degree murder or for i the. bond he filed was; ordered. ('!,- t Mairiiun
home I I no connection with the suspen- I San Francisco 46 though "Columbial"! is the destination sta'ed They went for junk at I simple manslaughter: !t I| trert H.. Taylor: ) wail: b.' notified I I' -- ---
Huck was returning sion last !spring': of the Patrolmenas Seattle 36 that clings through; history $7009 for the two. The Defence He told this to the' jUhf'f"1, I, 'biotti i from thr St -t. highway'.
that night; carrying in h..rp"l result of the t hw-l: it f siot Tallahassee 55 the gun was of a type common Department will keep intact he heard Stevens stoiv I icgard- i i D.ooo'r.t. that h. w..n'I bfj YELLOW PINE LUMBER
i' the money: to pay for herluiehtirs machmt 1 1":1. : th Elk (iub Tampa 59 in the War Between theMat"s there a battery of 6-inch coastal ing the money given Roberts bv I j I..hl' t'. rt t" ;\"< ro, a tear :I
wedding a :youth ap- ; and available : Ju-tu e.n. ,in, tint"t"'I I th"
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being in
guns '
during the tati a >m' 'nhon here Washington 44 Mrs WhiteTo i I I SI HI :\: K LI :MHKHll
airied. her and brandishing a r x" ti\i that Ciiu. nil !
pi' that crisis Fort Jefferson was The Cushmgs Nand installation !" '' | i nroe i
.zun; demanded her money. Mrs outfitted with some of them on -which was a war secret ': Court hc.1' n ti. sill.I ,d"rtul..rI" I for TELEPHONE 816
!Mink began quoting the Twenty i ,its highest; tier of emplacements cost millions of dollars because 9..la'i ,. ;.a't, t .: It. r: t.. "+'tili. n t .
Lord is in'hcphcad .. 1110tau IIio .,,, .. ,, .
"The I" I.
I f' lid Psalm: The cannon wen h ist '- bv among; other things there is a r. ---r;rI.

:si ale" It had the desired I > FOR SALE '\inches set in A-fr..nK's. and byIndescribable :>00-foot underground cement I'rffr0nieel I In' I II I..................
C Itc.t t. The boy disappeared ini w r labor placed on the tunnel between the emplacements -
i :, d.ei I kntss I top of the fortification for the two 12-inthersThousands :;;. I Palace TheaterALLEN
r1 1946 Plymouth. 2-Door Columbiads were the finest of of tons of comnte BLACKOUTRESTAURANT Fine Fishing Tackle (Rocky) LANE
1\ I 1946 Ford V-8. Convertible heavy. armament perfected f dur- were poured into steel-reinforceH and EDDY WALLER in.iE1EIt
FOR SALE! FOR SALE! 1 I.ne Arm i'uas' first 100 years. and forms tn cut "C-u""i..n of the I .

1946 CHRYSLER $1995 .if those at Jefferson havc. not great guns upon rer.>il Thompson Enterprises Inc. KIU"Ne..s
Car 1 1941 Chrysler. 4Door. been removed for theyy. 'Th' barrels of thi. and Serial
Family si ;.ann..nw..u
I 4-Dr. Sed Nice 1I I facing scrip dirittionlammoths h ; I (h lie Hardware Division, -Phone 886 ................ a .
sprawl 52
6-Cyhnder' ; in every tons apiett' contain no
:\.\UCKO. 111('. 1 i /:SHOPPING DAYS ot the military pa- alloy. and l the 1\n; 1 steel Stit 1 i ;

\ Opposite Bus Station I & 3 1941 Studebaker. Coupe :eantn of an heron i p:i.-t. bv <.- whim. his 'I"h i: il's'! a- nickel I 01)C'iNg -
< > TILL CHRISTMAS 1940 Plymouth. 4-Door ath th. buinishi..t 1 .1"I tin, ..f (('..nt Ifill' I On P,ige':: Fight/ I I If "tint POOR OLD CRAIG

. "-' .r;; i MOTOROLA( ) () SERVICE: SI A I ION
4-Door -
1940 DeSoto. .
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Winter Time Offering New 1949 Studebaker Vz-ton America's Finest! AUTO RADIORoy's \.... IM "t Oil l n,'lrr
It's Pj H.n "
Stake BodyStudebaker I ; I YOU Key Wed Auto Paris VT f TC Grease Spray or

Up North Trucking Service 3/4-ton 1111 Chiropodist Foot Specialist .1.1I 1 AND 121 Duval St. Phone 442 l UO Chan?* Yo..r nil I


But A'Old Always.Key West Its .Summertimein That GENERAL HAULING Pickup I Ii!' OF MIAMIWILL i CALL AGAIN ...... ..........

Wh yWe're Air.conditioned Every Load Fully Insured TWINS GARAGE ,I"" OPERATE ON FEET AT THE I MIAMI KEY WEST

Island CityTransfer I .ir i> Ier 1'-\' 'tjifrt i'itilf BRADY'Sfor BARGE LINE. Inc

\ I ) "ur Friendly.Shulvbaker I"" f'riI,,>' and Viir /\inrinln'r. Jft mid! 27 ) our I'tilnnnifff' CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS I
7kL/tPetL Dmler"Tclvplwtw ; TELEPHONE 6
ii''i Call La Concha Hotel Early for Appointment for Either .:. CELIO DIAZ.
Phone 166 524 Southard St. 169 I caic*
I I. ''j i,,: of These Two Days Telephone No. 160 Owner and Manager
\ FOR COMFORT RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R ---- .- -:. _-- .:"-__ _.-.. I i,,1214 White Street Phone 540 Mnimi. Tlinrttr.. 2ft;
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'. rlte 1Krn lUrst a1itizrltPul.lh.h..d "PADDI OR MONEY ''V I LEGALS I -

Lnul". >llniirr Except..sunday.* llMl..by lr -several- hundred thousand TODAY'S l\ Till I iltil IT Cat HT UK TIIK ; [ ZJ
L. I'ltT' \ This happened : _
Null* IN I). .\lITI.\'. ll..in.... MBITIII ..11". V.1.s. Is in JII>KI 55. < iH4tii"I < I (t
llll. "TTlI.OKIIIt.. 1))
Th < itiz -n liuildingC j
mankind lived in BIRTHDAY .
-. ..rm-r >;r>->-n>- and Ann Streets :years ago when :i. a .i .. I.i ....'I..t; I liiI ..
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llll, Dail>' :N.;.." -i-IPT in .H.-> \\ ritltLt and I .1. I" 5 iso 5El1 I.
;\I..nr.. .'ounlY trees or caves and were able to count onlyto --. ,- ..-.:.. : BY EMILY NOBLE
I By (W) NewsfcahiresAAAA ThE: .'IT' 'p "..., \\ ..;:""T. }.I.. .. I APN.wsf..omCHAPTER

.ril at Ky Wi.tFI.rada. as "..con kAAAAAAAAAAA
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Mi;Mil Kit OF TIII: .%S0<.I TKD) PRESS Two Stone Age men were squatted HELEN CONSTANCE WHITE.I Petitioner. UMIIr.lt TO I II I 8 arms about her eagerly. Words Rosalie slowly drew her hands
TinAKMortatetl |-r.-,..< Is nc-inslvely entitled to \s sitwv* If K 1 1I '
'What's the
11.. for rr|."Hlucti..n or all news dinpatebcaeredted before the entrance to their cave. They born NOT. 26. 189S. in New Haven. I TIIK .srvrK: UK I-LOHII.A an.. a from the [poured from him. I from Wayne's clasp.
lu It ur till .rthiT%.ie ,'redltrcl in this paper and Conn. With d B.A. and M.A the taxpayers.' pn>i>..") owners I THERE was gasp "I've come for you. I just found matter, Joe Why did you come
hl..V the >.-aI news pul'lfhrd her-. had been gathering wild cherries, and and .-tiiZeti" ..f '| he lit* of Ke-, two blinking women as the out what really happened I'm go- bad"'
(Radclifft-i) and i Ph.D. (Wisconsin I
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!M'IIM'HIITION KITES each had his pile of cherries beside him -. .- .- ) she haS ......,,, ..Kioriila a.....g! p innuiliriK,v"*4rri">' :ur suoje."'-t I' priest took the young man's: hand ing to take you away from here "I was gettin' ready I heard he
One Tear 'n"n ... .... ...... _.111 00 I I4> taxation therein.To and led him into the living room, Right now. I cant lit you stay was here I slipped away:'
t.T Month ...........n....__ 1.00 and was gambling to try to win the other's.! gained renown i f..ndanl" I here another minute. Can you But You
Joe fighting.
jtr.e :Month .... ..._..__..--_ :I.VO as: an educator' THE STATE OF t-l.oUIIM closing the door against him. walk shall I ?" you re
t ite Month "' n" ___"" "_ ..--..._-.-.-_._.___ Lilli The game they played was the earliest I TIIKOL'SII; l.UK.NN: ; .'. AIIM. .It. ,, Wayne. California. That meant or carry you must go backYouyou'll be disqualified -
Urkly __ .... ... .. 'n_ . ___ ....._ ______ .%ii and author. Her ri.sr. ATlo..tsv K''ii l ur. I Ihi.i.V She pushed him away, but and lose"
form of gambling odd or even, or whatis first novel "A KN1ii:.; : JCUIt ;'\I. iiiltt il I 1 1I this was the man, Wayne Kahler, gently. "Sit down Wayne. You'reall "I ain't goin' back I'm here

\1" tItTI"I"C; It'T.'i: Watch in the 1.0 A.n \ "', "; \ whom Rosalie had went to marry excited. You must be calm. I'm talk to "
Jade huinwn ..n Application known among the gambling fraternity Night |I Kl.<, '. ''I'.i- : 'i Itit: $; : r.'n: .tillHK ;: I I but instead had only stayed long Mother is dead. I was stupid to gonna you.
was a She her hands. "rm
< Kit I 0f.tt.N TA.i'ATKits wrung sor
","..:C'. 'ji. ITIeV today as "Paddi or Noney. :d. Catholic Book I! : CITiZENS.s' rillr.is:I |I enough to tell him she loved Joe faint but I couldn't help it. Whereis ry. I fainted. And I cant go withyou"
All reading noti "". ranis <,f thanks, resolutions :;.. .. Monahan and back Joe?"
.1\ came again.
Of rospect obltuarx. n.>il... -x. p. --m., etc, alit be One Stone-Ager grabbed a handful of Club selection.In 'I. .t.. 'Lni.uiNC A..i I I "Who Who I've She turned to Wayne im
KKiilT TITI. ;. IU I.MivKKS-l. I. cares
j You
"Sit down can "You tell him. Ifs
charged for at th rite .f 10ni- a lineNotices Wayne. pulsively. his
; for ent rtmnni-m, l" churches from cherries from his pile and held up his hand 1914 ohe was !! Tllfc.PltOfhKTt JlCK T JK AKI-KlTKH Iii I j jI I freely to me I am not only Rosalie's been talking to Father Toushey.: big night The semi-finals of the
oF KU liH IlKv-
wbith a i I..- .i nd :. line I J> :; He'll tell muatn
r-\enue ix i. .r .tuts a grieve
you you
*llw ltiZ4-n I.. .n.i,> n I"rum and invites du, for the other to guess whether the numberwas ; % made head of'1.1 K < ..hl..1..rh.., ..... priest but her friend. for mother. It for amateur fights. lie's got to win.
e&a..oiI pnl.li.. ,ix_n. x 11'"I'J| .-"I.! <.f lixal .r : i | I.f.roKf. IKi-Pltiti-i To.. t 1:1'.1.-1 "I'm going to help her." His your" : is peace lie will win if he only goes back
reii. ral lnti-r> >I. i.nt it wil: n..t ptil>li,ti anonymous odd or even. After the guess was .. the American : 1<11'. -M-M1II' I.> A.H i I glance ran around the room her now. and fights. He must win The
.. TIIKItKUli I She nodded slowly. "I know. I
.fluiniIhI.tlfle total' c Whu.
_. made the cherries were laid out in two's, / Association o f "u m 'Iao h ..f you are hrr>-l I.\ I agam. "I'm going to take her won't too much. I won't whole neighborhood is betting oa
University Women, in 1947 a representative I rp>|birv the highest number that could be counted to the UNESCO con- A. i... .n in* i.m day ..| lMxriiil.>rr. II I she had come back here until the play invalid, either.Wayne Go, wait while in I Wayne put an arm about her.
\. I,. living room,
I9tx.' in ih ( curt iluiisr I flew East at "
n- the gamblers. If the guesser said theequivalent ference in Mexico City. KevMTM. in thv County "| itoii- yesterday morning. mistake. pull myself together. I hate you "So Joe is a pug.
rue Niatr ..( M'TiiU. pursuant (.> I once. It was a ghastly to see me like thIS. Joe stepped forward, scowling.
MEMBER < Til 194 of "Paddi," as we say today Radio the ....tol..n in regard to th r v.ili-I I didn't know what "was going on. He kissed her quickly. "You "Sure I'm a pug. Wanna make
uaiionI Sr..r COCOOn trriifialf. I didn understand. "
ProgramsBy don't.hate Say don t. :anything: out of it'
he you
and the cherries out even got the .
came iUit -. pri'ixcM'dto "Sometimes life difficult for
: is It
She smiled. "Of course not. smiled. "If
IM- xurd bThe ( ,t.4 l\r\ I Wayne you are a
handful, but if one cherry was left over, Th Associated PressIETWORKPROGRAMSrI V\ CHI hluriila. a JUIIII'II..1| f'.rl"r| I II all of us., Wayne. I d like" whelp wasnt your fault. pug I think you should be out
,ki ",- ',unte ii,.. FStale ,..- you in any way I can. He kissed her again and went of I
the handful went to the other man, who I'I' : 1:1;: ; pugging, course. snail take
Khirida the prin.ito&iitnb.,00i I
Wayne smiled. "I don't need back to the living room. The care of Rosalie from now on. In
had won on "Noney." ) ; kii..un an of..J't-j.im'. Sewer' It soil cornue I.',Vrtili '"- I your help Father Toughey. Rosa- priest Still sat in his chair but his fact, I think it would be best if

became Time is cittern standard. Forci. I < atr a.s iulltem.11'"..... in nicIi .II' lie used to write me about you, voice didn't show his exhaustion."I you didn't try to see her any
type so teal standard .ubtr..ct. on. Iteiir for I >rdman4. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN mountain. standard. subtr..t ins I Ii It.r \.tlnlatior. which anl ....titt.... I "' "
the Stone Age at- agaInst me son.
men my bhes
widespread among I IoirL Some local stations. change I has l rrn tiled in the al".\.. etc 1..1 slums. through with ill
I I hoar .f relay to tot local. schedul. .. "I'm sorry you feel that way. Wayne's eyes sparkled. "She'sgetting this."
made their leaders to I iju" and at "u<'h time and |>ia< f
tempts were by stopit I Last. mnut. program. cflangsa. -can. it. oii..wsum-. 11 an\. ..hthe "You want her to marry that dressed Im taking her Joe reached out and yanked the
b* included. .. fireman of hers. Well I'm not out of all this. She not to
i. More Hotels and Apartments. because some men, heavy losers, were 1.L |>rax -r- .f ih< Pelilioii "hi uul n l going going bigger:: :: man forward. The next instant -
IIr..I. and t lie to let a beautiful girl like live like more"
pig any
:. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. unable to provide sufficient fruit for them- FRIDAY NOVEMBER I'W. ..'-rtifiate:* \ali"lat...l unit ....r- Rosalie throw herself away like Rosalie opened her door and his fist crashed straight into
36Ivsnlng ... the smiling mouth. Joe sank
8. Airports-Land and Sea. aIhTrin .rav-.l and au- a
selves and their wives and children after .. '.. under the law- ..r nh.. that: came into the room. "Sit down, vicious left into Wayne stomach,
-. 4. Consolidation of County and I .". Po.r.i.t. The priest leaned forward ear- Wayne. Father Toughey, why
I City Governments. the heavy losses.. Since then many millions ':00-Jf e"O Report li Mln.-nt>. I' 'Thi (inter ;.haii I... puhli"h..d nestly. "I assure you that Joe didn you make him sit down" then crossed with the finishing
I Newscast .;very Uay- ba ..n..C r4. h week f..r ttire... U. ''',n'I Monahan is a very good, sincere I "I'm a little afraid he doesn't blow to the jaw. Wayne's knees
: B. Community Auditorium. of attempts have been made to put an end Kiddies Network: Hour Silent Ir..peaUa".e&tet"'ork Houbeoe.at I ,'ul,, Oceka .n the Key tVeltOjeen. young man_ When you get to like our chairs." sagged and he collapsed to the

to gambling, but every attempt has been :'; Silent" ,1 hr.)-aibi-catt 'I .. e..unte. a newCptiti-r...fI..nr.' ..publi"h..1... Ial..f iuth. know him-" Wayne caugbt her hands. *I ,pushed floor. Joe him stood wins his over foot.him and
Kiddies: Hour, (repeat)-wb.-...fcl1S ..1....,...... th.. fleet piI.I-tithn" Ih..r. "I wont," Wayne cut in roughly. don like any of this I'm goingto
unsuccessful. Gambling may be stoppedfor : -Spjrti; : Music, Time-nbou ..f t.. Iw tO ieet .i"ht..n I U) dac" "How soon can we rouse Rosalie take yout out of it right now. Wayne lay unconscious.;
\ and T.aiil.! >Ri\lng-.,t>. ,.. th. herein d""Knal..II..r here Joe fell back a step and passeda
bobs I..r date so I can get her out of I-
time but it again
a up or goes to S Newscast" by Three-nbo th- bearing of said hand his face if
MONOGRAPHTo \ < aux- *-I think it might be wise to let The door from the kitchen fair- over as to brush
Lowell Thomas (repeat lUcb.7OGSupp..r |M.KM:.; :; > OKI>KKKI' at II.-' cobwebs Then he
her return slowly I to her senses ly burst open. Joe stood there, away. held outa
Club nnc-basa! NofinlKr.
: \\Vvi Fl..rta. this riih dan of =
IUi)\inesMnen. : cover.We thought about Stone-Age The Beulah Skit-cbsJsw \ .\. rtcs.. She has a hard enough! ordeal breathing heavily. It was clear he shaking "hand.
gamblers ;: and C"wmen'arybe, i...l) .*oi'lUINo:; uitfKX. JR. ahead of her?" had been running. He leaned "Rosalie.
Xo business pushes it elf. Whenever when we ran across the following fcultua Lewis." Jr.-mbs Judge, ..f th. .iruii ....urt. Klx: against: the door. Father Toughey She screamed without uncover
7.IS-Vews and Comment-nbs ', .nlli Juii.-at "ir'ollt ..r Florda in ing her face. "Get out! Get
o you see a l Iuintt. growing, you can paragraph in The Citizen 10 Jack Smith i Show-cbs .....1 ,.., 'I..r.. .' ROS.ALIE'S voice called from stood up with grave dignity. away
from I hate
years ago Daily Commentary-aba { I nt'i.d-: : .:.tatsz'I room. Wajne fairly I I I "I'm glad you came. Joe You me you. I'll never<<
lift your life somebody i is giving intelli- which was duly published in The Citizen Dinner Date-mbs leaped to her side as he saw her'I.must met Wayne Kahler. lIe jU.5tj'speak to you again. I loathe yuul':::
7:30-The Smoothies-nbo I sitting uu in bed. He flung his I(I heard of Rosalies loss." (To be continued)
irt-nt direction to it< :I ff:1iroU ual1y a yesterday : Bob! Crosby Club-cbs S TIIK f Ilin IT (' -
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Lone Hanger Drama-ab* IIK\K\IH: : Jl 11111 %!. IIHIIITOF
Lu ine w that flops lacks that quality. "Orders were issued yesterday by Henry J. Taylor-mbs7.4S I II.lilt III \. f\ .\\U rOltMOMIOK TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES known labor leaCers of his day.' Rattlesnakes all other venomous -

I -News Comment-nbe IIIT>. born in Indiana County, Pa Died snakes :shed their fangs at
TilE ORACLE officials
to all gambling housesin News; Broadcast-cbs IN I iisstuits.S. .
sports, CommentmbsS.OOPaui I .. 11-30: %. at only 40, July 27. 1869. i regular perlhROBERTS!

Key West. Twenty-one bolita shops Lavallo Band-nb. I FRANK= J. Kl'>M> an.II (Know Amertca1727Artemas ? E. Walker. Union
I 1832-Mary
Jack Carson Show-chsat : 1 t.I-\\S:; Kl'>M>. his wiff.li -
were closed, and all punch boards were >' !Man\ D.t.ct.vbe. I ) Frank J. I Kit"... hr Ward, store-' surgeon suffragette. the muchtalked --
PROGRESSIVE PUERTO RICOIt removed from groceries and Uieal i>la>s bceoes-mbsS I husband and iif\t frirnd.I'Uintiff about Washington D. Coo OFFICE SUPPLIESand
drug stores. ceepcr. judge, provincial !oldier,
:30-Jimmy Durant. Show,,'. -. ,0'rU" 0.
The clamp went down also Mr and Jan. Ace-cbs \5-. .MA.ri.H-x.. cSi.itlf %ii: physician born Oswego, N. Y. EQUIPMENT
on eight night second in command under Washington -
Th Is F.BJ. Drama abe
s .
> ; ;M PLFFT et ate.I Died Feb. 21. 1919.1839George .
peculiar tatus---economically anditiIiticaIIymakes clubs, where gambling had been goingon. Leavt It to UIlls-mbs \ I !-ffndanty in first days of the Revolution 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250
':55-Hy Gardner Says mbs X.I i... ix hrrvlii' given that the Cary Eggleston,
it necessary. for Puerto ." '.00-Eddie Cantor Show-nb I undo rsign-.t. a.. Special ;\la I..r.und-rand born Shrewsbury::; Mass. New York journalist and novt-1ist ANNOUNCEMENT
The Friday Theater-cbs l>>' virtue of the final ..... re*. ofA. Died there, Oct. 28, 1800.
Rico: to use any means at its disposal to ef- Thus orders to stop gambling all over Break the Banit-abo v .re..l.,sure heretofore entered in born at Vevay. Ind Died on Starting Saturday Nov. 27
1792 Sara Moore Grimke. of
Gabriel Meatter -
Commsstabp:15sws that certain au e pending' in their.ut April 14, 1911.
fcvt= a broader economy as a step toward the world has been going on since man Broadcast-mbs* .Court. ..r the Klexenth Judi- the two famed sister antislaveryand I We will be open Saturdaysfrom
ial 'lr of
in and
uit Florida tor
iMproving] its standard of living. I was able to count to two and confined his :30--Red The Sheriff Shelton! Dmna Show.--abttfura nb :ilonroe Count*.. in .i'haflc-rv. I..Ingc'ban..rv woman's rights workers. born Virginia furniture from 1680 ., 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.

Fut a S* ns.-mbs ,'a".. =No 11-.Hi.:; :; in whi-h Charleston S.C. Died in Bos onward shows. successively
An initial step wa< the creation of the playing to "Paddi or Noney. t.CS-Five Minutes Sports-*,b Frank J: ICu..o and Frances It.. ........ ton. Dec. 23. 1873.1828William trends William and Marv "Seo OUT hristnifu: Card
I News for : I hiwifr. hKrank J. Ru s. her in
Iuerti Rico Industrial Development Com- Gambling can not be stopped, but it 10:00-Life of a RUey Uluutea-aba-cub* hu-l.an.1 and next friend. are H. Sylvia iron Queen Anne Chippendale. Adam; : Srlertinn
)Ian) hacked with a $25,000,000 fund to I could be curbed in a great measure if the loosing Friday 1 rlavflouss-vcs& Sports-aba ";" .v Hlamtiffo.Mtlona Duff an.l his Mark wife" M Mornla Ifoffv, and In- moulder. Philadelphia labor union Heppelw hite. Directom- and VIE IMPRINT

federal government conducted Meet tbs Frcss-mus du>tri*! (cummi,onanagen ofthe official. one of the best-. Sheraton styles !
make .bu.Miie.-v3 the Island. This i is a lottery at
grow on I 10:30-Bill Stern Talks-nbo state. uf Klorlda and nlle.l --_ -_ '
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a I pattern widely used throughout the least once a week as is done in Cuba. spike Jones Hevueb \V state ...fm .I'a. a M.\ereinnn. J
Dancinj; Time-mbs are defendants mill offer for salean.l
United States, where development department I Incidentally, in Simla, India, the govern- 10:4S-Pro and Con-nbo V sell at public. .outirto the L .' ,
hiKheM .n"l l. *! 1 bidder for "a"b. --
commissions. ment has decided to conduct a state 11.00-Newa. Variety. J hrs.- bi at the front di-or .,f the .-..urtht.u_ :
have been createdby lotteryto
or News and Dane Hour .
abo I ini..nr.; ... .'..untin the City ..f \
the States or local communities to help raise $150,000,000 for the rehabilitation News.. Dane Band 1 hrs.-mb Keievt. Florida. .,n the bib. da\ I
;: ytiWD1lNt7
11:15-.oe. &
Variety to 1-nbo "C I... m''r .5. I' ISIb l.etwnenthe : '
potential industrialists and so increase of 4,000,000 non-Muslim: refugees. '2:00-Danclnc Continued-aba-weal hoiirit. ..f It'o: .....|D4k'M. and = '
:5:4'S .. lock I'. )I.. the name linit
..u payrolls.. Economic and industrial research I a legal calet day an.' the legal
hour <.f ic. the follominK detoriUed 'j'
development of plant sites, furtherance Add similes : As accurate as a pre- Saturday Sumrribry! pro|...rt\'. situate in the t'.u elyMiiirnt' AC7TQ :
x ; ami Statof Florida,. to- .
of employer-employee relations, improvement election poll. Time i 11 .utern standard.. 'ore : .
central st"nd..rd. subtract. one hour; wnon ,
the Island of Sto<'k bland
of health and 1 living conditionsas tar ,n onount" standard. las hours. I H-.ri.la' and being l.tKlexxn \.J'

Here ( II (. Twelve flU and Thirtv- J
toward Bounder and are some types of Communist ''
steps a permanent four <414.. aiionlmp t.. Sun J'u '
activities within the law their SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 ...r..1 SnlHli\iHl of .. part ..fStool
industrial :
life-these are basic: "facts of Working I Inland Florida.. re.-ordrl .

lif.." in a modern free-enterprise:: system. way into key positions in the schools, the Morning in Plat. IfaM.k I at Page l"7 ..f washes everythingFASTER
9:00-:M'nd! Tour MannerscboShoppers the t'uiuiiRmsind" of ;Monroe

.Puerto Kico's: "Aid to Industries":: program labor unions, and farm organizations. Inserting Specialabc5:15Barnyard I 4.'uflty. Floridathe .
Follies-cbs: aid propertv a" af..r.-"a.,1 >>emjr
enconipas mot of these aspects and so Communist propaganda into art, 9:30-Coffee In Washington, .o.l| I.. v.iti,,fuii.l d '"r.',-. WHITER BRIGHTERthan
It is required l the final' .i.i-r.-- CLEANER
10 OO-:Mary Le* Taylor Talk nbo
literature -
....iaJi4rdly unusual, but instead more of a entertainments. The immediate Fed barber Clubbouas-tbi inaid lause that any |.er"on oth.-r
i than the plaintiffs ( r either oflh ,
-.brt.rdupe..** Chamber of Commerce pro- objective of the Communist Party American lurkall Jazz,'i .--...a be_mbs <.m>.desiring ,.. oe<...me a l.i.l.l..
I at ..... h s..ie shall IM- r"'I"r..I tdeposit ..
is to confuse and divide the 10:30-Romanc. Drama-cbs
= o1n\. majority so with the und..r"wd" l SJ'| any! soap..in hardest water!
11 00 Meet the Stocks-nbc .
: -
ial Master prior to the datof .. h
"As a result, not only continental a time of chaos they can seize con- News. Lets Pr..t.nd-cba 'abc.anhi.rs; rhe-k. or .-nrreiitfund "
Abbott & CostelloabcStone .f the I'nue.l SItI..-. in ,thamnnnt <
: capital but local capital asell, is taking trol. Quiz Showmba11:30SmIling I ..f Two Hundred IS:?!".". ".> .
'I Ed McConnell-obo !>. IUirs aearnest that o-t, :,:
> tier-"n : hJ
advantage of the unique situation. RoughIjr Junior Miss Drama- bsIhe 'x
: will make K'xxl his bid in tieif '.
ISOLATIONISTS DEFEATED AT POLLSIt Teen Club-mbs Its a.oeptan.w. any"n. h IHTSOHother ,:,.. v'P'
eighty companies have been granted exemption Afterseo than the plaintiffs. (u.nith... .. r -..- !I.:,ti. .l !) Fabulous, new washday discovery:
12:00-Theater ot Today-cbs of them) is required t. < .".I.j. te ,
under the law about half them f
of Junior Junction-abe his "... within five I:.) "t.i\s aCtor l' I 11 I' 1 It 1- S ..., 1'' < tI from the Colgate.PalmolivePeetI
fnim continental. S. A. Pharmaceuticals appears that the people of the I I.. ilamptco. "bo.-mb. "....hale' depositinK Wllh 'hMa"l..r I U... \t." ." ., < <: 01.( laboratories
12:30-Frank Memwell-nbe : the balan.e of hi'b.t in.ash ':--: ."..' gets even extradirtywash ,
hate candies, hosiery and other industries United States. in their selection. of Semi.. Grand Central Drama.-cbv .. : any person ttcp.utiungiii h r" \'h: extra-clean I !
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American "armer-abc ,-ashler < he. k or current Itndif .!....t..... ;' : :i ;
-ttT6 established! or will soon be in opera- tors, cast a vote which may do much to kill amiH-ri, ::alutv-mbs the niteil Males and noi l Io e< oming. It ::: ""t.:.: / ,
1:00-frarm and Home nbo a tiicessfii bt.l.ier mainme.tat', It's fabulous the
L tion. Puerto Hico.: flo\\ buying at the rate the i isolationism that was apparent in the county lair t.lu.z-cbs- 1\ after the adj<...rnm..n, ..5Si., h lip ..f t \ It '9 way women
luncheon -iii Iha'k .'h ohi.riiouk "ii,I I ::; '. are switching to FAR withFuperIVcttiny
Ir.ten.e.abo eree st| ; :
I "f more than $330.000.000) year from United States Senate. To B. Announced-mbs or ,.nrrent ftnlsl't.penty ;.;:;", .. ;.:;: I. iSts: ,- ) A tu because
< ))i
.. I" S. factories is creating new income on Ten Senators who voted to cut the 1 1::30 1*--Kd.\rm\-N.ny Tomhnson." toot Talk ball--nbaie mbs right of 11 ,hiing.t.l h.. I'nited| subj.Stat..1' t tothe "''I",",d.',''I 1'1,"l-s'--ii.' >, ,,4-- -S ,..'J'''! it gets all family wash!': cleaner
.: .\nierl. t.. redeem fr4.tn -aua I to .., I-. ;csr .- faster!
and Take
the Inland European Recovery Program t.lu.z-cba: .
through its indu.strializatkm. by forty .
own per To tIe Announced. "" within one sear from dat.of sal.Further 4 P .
"hvI"I..n" ..f ,-is-h final Infathlitional: dollar of purchasing cent, will be represented by only one in 1:45-Report on Europe-nbo .r.... relating." to Ih..I... ma v I.ea'ntain'ib p40 'IL_ scientific washing principle. When
2:00-Lunch With
"n'h tie. \\hl.h
: power it creates will be a dollar used the Congress which convenes in January. Stars Over Hollywood. is on file. in from the ..If...e of r I Ihe } -
Faacinatm Khythm-abc
fur the purchase of goods which only the Four of the ten Senators retired and 2:30-Football Game-nbe & cbs of the < ir.this)uit Iftth fotirtlited dav ..f ="'..'..ml..r. _s faster and more thor-

United the other six went to the voters. tootball Game-abc .\. l I. 1545. oughly than soap..pnsfips dirt
States provide since there Five of
can i is a 4 DO .. .
: -To, Be Atiziounced-cibs. ( JI-I.II'S K sT :NK; : .lr. iL .. -'& 5._ out'
them candidates ft 00 To Be AnnouncednbeTak. .is Slwd,1 ;\Ia-". r in''Inn. irS -
Inmrntlo'.ts'olum,' of unsatisfied needs were replaced by who : -
a Number-nibs-east .1 I \\ I''sKIttorne | (. i-: 45M 1 : -. Rich suds..no soap scum..in

: among the bulk of Puerto Rico's populatmn. } support the bi-partisan foreign policy. No 8:30-.Make Way for Youth cbs .\ V K\ 'for:rd St.PlaintiffsIM Miami 1,, Ha : e hardest water! Yes. rich suds to

.; new isolationist Senatorial candidateswere True Mutual:or f'al.mbseastIUl.assie Program-abc n..\ l2-1'-.i'1 .!..' : I fM* get clothes extr.i-clt-an and

: Whatever the device it develops to elected and the decision at the polls : To iSo AnnounCtd-abo Dog Drama-nbo flyyyyyyyyyyvvYYVYVvYYVY'I f i no "graying" soap scum. Wash

gets whiter, cleaner with FAB.Eicn .
: achieve its. goal, there is nothing wrong could have been more conclusive. I STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEF 5 -. '- # :

: with Puerto Rico's progressive attitude. 1 There is no doubt that the events of LEGALS I TRIUMPH SI S.

The Island should, instead be commended world history in the past ten years have l\ Tin: I 01 M'% J| I>..1:. f'"i "..... : COFFEE : __ ._ grimiest otrrallt,
IN t\ll tOH work and play clothe
MIlMIOIrioiuiii. -: f"l "1
fur its energy and application to a serious I laid upon the United States a role in international inioHi TI.:' I MILL gt t cleaner tauter @\
In I- I:M.,1.- i b bi
problem it is solving on its own. affairs which cannot be escap \ii\ i' : \i.iXOI i\" at ifith FAB uitH

ed. The United States must take the leadin ... U: .,...:.. ....1".1... I"; '. ..." 'I. n.:. All Grocer R 'tiling (&

I 1'1''' t it "'1'1 It 11'" iU Action!
Many a wise man makes money by directing the world or else forfeit "I' tltlH.I.: I AAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA L ,_

T" .\LI. \\ HUM I IT ;\H*" 'i.N'-it:'; : :-;
staving out ol the stock market. leadership to other countries, notably :Vine, i c h4-n-i I.\ i.i\eii t t.n I.<. ,11 ir-r- ........................
Soviet I -.. 'h... I Ruth i.ilei; thc lII..l-r.
Rus..ia.The Micned K\e: .utriv ..f the KMate ..fllarrx
Another advantage <' i.alvx; ........a-.I. h..,,- fl..1,. !
of continuation
newspapers of the :Marshall with the. llonoral! n"nl..n.1 U -BICYCLESRepaired -

liver the radio is that a newspaper doesn't Plan, development of the North Atlantic - .;fI..nr.ri..rtui.i |; ....-' I i ''; ,

repeat the same news eventime you turn Security Treaty and the enactment of l filed Kx<-. utnx with: and aid h.Ju4lc.\.- al.appli... mailranil < i- and RentedAlso ,

Buffalo form t..0 r..r mc dic.harge a,. .uil i.:,.
pajre. Evening: News. some of peace-time military Lend- .-. tltrifurther. that ...nI..n.; ,"" in Stock-NEW a COLCATEi

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Lease: to aid the free countries of Western > ther.-
''I. <-r a1 ....n.1.4heard. I will "ipplx ; BICYCLES TRICYCLES

Incidentally, when making up your Europe, are matters that will be decidedby ,.
Christmas gift Ii>t. don't overlook The the new Senate. It i is interesting to note < I,argeaitrnur, : ...f the l.ui.I I [
"f t1arr .' .;..I. d"......... and SKATES I wOeEPiTj
Citizen which makes an ideal a 11earraunlt that the number of Senators who cling to I p:.....! at Kevr. ..t. Florida thl-
I Pith .'auC No\en.l.-r. 1S4ni '. 1 Overseas for ail
( : gift for that loved one away from isolationism will be greatlv reduced as a 'TII ';.ci-y. Cycle
A" Kxmitrtx of the 1'tat"f L fa mil/ wash and dishes!
, : ..fQ1llt result of the election! .! thU 1.9.<.::1th.} a. ilarry t'. 'Oal..y. .te<.e; _t. t 1920 PiT'iion St. Phone 1380 ; i

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I ECII.GEORGLCL.SII MVTUIt: TIILM MIGHMMUUOHS (Dinner Matches Swiss And French Find Border-

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GENEVX. Sw it7 'rtand-<,1*> The 1.1 'header hrtunn Ft nn. "

it i Begin SaturdayAt and Switzerland his been found .nd mar ked :ml ivuvbudv u-
( happy again SOITH farmers who thought tht.\ wtit Set." ate

paymt'rerwh taxis now and i t
Golf Club some who thought they were
I, French now find their farms are Lost An 'E'ASHINGTOV.

in Switzerland. The correction .
; '. ,l. .Ill )lalrhe.ill He iI was made after more than 100 iI j
\\ D. C.-LP-.s
tt.. .f.. I years of uncertainty along the ,
I UO-OIIIC- \llll .. Jura mountain frontier of western The \\a"hington Lions of the

Will I'MIM.mil On Switzerland It involved AITM'i..ran n..k..cv 1.tJu. t. I.
I stretch of atxi .t fifteen miles
1 Iv m, I 1IlIIllinll' IIa..i: The frontier was, fixed in ICI.I .
whereby the two teams exchanged
>r ('v e. arI | but the Duke of Neuenbcrg on
Omo..r matches will IIP played: the Swill side<< and his Imperial pl.IY"-.mfi tin \V..h-
!"I'I""oW thn.uuh Sunday. Dei ', Firm i-olleacues neglected to mjt.>n team I.it.in F." The
t. : i.... T. at the Key West GolfC ( mark it far postintv Peasants in I.ittltc lost tin a.\\< I \n"-n tiles
I.ib.1 it was announced today. I I the region have beta asking sent \\.lit} ).I 15,.Ix v itt Spllruflt'ld
,I.ltJ'I1t' will bt on a twosome ( themselves for years whether in exchange Iii .J. i 1011\ B.ih;
t.t; h indu' ip twMs Figure., oft !they really wt.'nIn SWItzt>land

ittftitncc in handicaps and tor France .......... '
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".. strokes according: to the I New the people who worry k ttr.M
t.ac cart.Capt. about such things finally have -
Adell 14 vs. Tony Demcr cut a path twelve feet wide I k.N fud --

I I', t'h, tt.t Itt 9. through the woods and weeds to : ......
:. B. SpooUMood 6 vs. N. Art- mark the spot I ../
JOHNNY RAUCH (left). Georgia's great quarterback and Bill Healy (right), Georgia Tech's I titan 5. .
I mighty guard. will be among the warriors ugh ling it out at Athens. Ga. tomorrow. Healy has D. K. Peterson 6 vs. Harry Frederick Remington Aml'll ..
a most provoking habit of breaking through and catching forward passers before they can 'I Knight 2I can artist was sent West foi his
throw the bait I A. Barthes 3 vs. II. Mira 0 health as -> young man-and bt Easiest way to
G. Valdez 3 vs. J. Mira 0j f.It1l"u' painting the In-
__ __ ______ n___ __ ____ ____- _--.__-_ _-- j I Ikiv Parks 3 \<. J. Havrj. 5. i came dIan" and ,. ldi is ht, s.a'n the. loveliest rooms!

I Sll'DE\T; I'KOII.M SIN jo\\ B 1O' 'E.HO 1'11:1: { .I I G Mathews Parks 3 vs.7 vs.K C.Loucks Salas 5.7. I Puma j jTht ji i:!

C Yates 8 vs. R. Knoules 7 .sine' I''' it-P't. 1 t'i 1 .t ,r-
.1 Hart/Ul 7 Vs. L. Lopez: 8 tilt ,I" II< : .1 .;'''1, r
C F Smith 7 vs. F. ElberUun 9
C Hams 8 vs. Jim Jones 10. ....
Ck. n Price 8s. G. Carey 9. A

J!in leg H vs. \\. Tyson 8. WORRY GONE? !
O Roche 8 vs. II. Moore 10.
Mel Hamel 10 VS. L. Hicks 9. tthrw ,_. r..1 ........r.I.. ....wri.h.
5h.w ,.. 4w.... ........ will
L >uie Pierce 9 vs J. Lounde- hr a ............. ...._.... for .awe l'1/t
iw 13. i ,...nl...... "l.w .aw err .".wr.dwf
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: ODrvant 14 J. J. Kinh
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,hr..ww fiat, ... ......i... low ,
'enbaum 14 hair .wrh a..'......... ,..... ,ow I rII"
J Sellers 12 vs I. (Lester 13. k far Ihr I.......... .....i..... I. "
Dr. Kemp 11 vs.. J. Cooper 9. Ihr lie ,N'.rrr.arid-id..wrtt itpitt ..iii.ii erw. ) ttrr..rii ..d. i
\\ \ inson 10 vs. Watkirt. 12. aralrr I. _..... ., iwIrrr .- Easv speedv..lovely '
H AIbur\ 16 vs B Grooms 21. that..u._fire.. warn rtritiwee......,h.h..haw. rtrr J.hh . thrifty kem,Tone '
B. Saunders> 14 vs. Dr. Moore 15. .....,.. .J.... Ihii weir, Mrwritt1.r is unbeatable! One coat
\\ Bethel 15 \s M Sawyer 16.I I t.wr ,........ Jwhh.. nhrrr taw. coders wallpaper, / ,
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daw'1 rare a .wai
B. Freer 17 V:<. R. Hvman 17. i ....... I..oard a drfi.iu. ..-.I. I. paint plaster.
J. Mi Cardie 17 vs. B Cole 17. a a.wd waawo j..... t ......I..t.. iarlad .. One hour drying.No"painty' .
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fits ait taw I Ihr I I odor!
R. Dopp 20 vs. O Recio 23 Srwt awd 1. ". Sir. F'.rrr u.r..i. ..-
P. Sher :21 vs,. J. Kova-sh 2j ..... ".aU_.. ii-.w ::'::. 1'w.lt I Thompson Inc.
\ 0 Kemp 22 vs. C. Lewin 2i ntitr nwildi.i.. Itrt N..1...,fireida. Enterprises.
twrihrr d.latio 'prrial I
J. KnightJr. 25 vs.. G. Archer ....._.....iU..... ..or "nl" .'\- Hardware Division
2oR 1\I. is I.da ..t.'I d .d- Phone 886
I ...Ii.iw.rlrw.::: \ \ I
Faraldo 2o "". Dr. Cona
les 25J : .. 1 : .!- ;-I: Ol II... J..1} I.i!

Gavilan 25 vs. J. BlaiK :
well :29i i
II Laubscher 25 Capt. Smith JT
AI Mills 2a vs. L. Reagan _5.

STUDENTS OF LAFAYETTE COLLEGE at Easton. Pa_ meet to protest against the MT reported\\ nt'photo .i Switzerland has an aerial tabki Shop at Sears and Save

refusal of Sun Bowl officials at El Paso. Tex., to permit Dave ShowelL Lafayette's Negro halfback railway' which ascend 3.600 feet i
I to play in the bowl game New Years Day. Lafayette rejected the Sun Bowl invitation :i in its 13.000-foot length and un Dear Frii rid
because of the ban on ShowelL In left foreground is Dr. Ralph C. Hutchison president of Laf l'arry150 passengers an how
aryette. addressing the mass meeting. I j strapped in the twin scats hun:..
I I from its cable i! Irate von looked through our

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I TULANE IULK LL\s IN Ul MUM; = I l\EHO TO MVN\I: : n\u\\ui FTH.\U. I }uu'tt nail. mi-Mil a Iirill. In u ton Mill

: __ fine !..iii"lion* for just, ili. ftiti. voii want

1 fur all llir folk on jour (:liri..lma.. li..l.

ry Qi tir I II z'"* 'Ihere are big flifl..-lilllr pifl..-IIM.fill riCI.

I! luxurious,.. fiifl- all .il nionrvs.iu .

t .' f- -.. mill Oul.IIIII.I'r|
'1 ix e grit 1 Sears !Olri"1 pi.irml
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of "Sali- ..<.lion utr.m..11. l or lour Moiirv.



pZ : If il'- not <'ou\i mi'ni fur Ins. lu come in. von

IRai I II' tt in.iv plioiii tour orili'r. I'a' 1IIi..I.|
IIIIM O.t\ jug win lo liop Whelp| .il ear Orili

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"mon.on oDd Fleming Streets Phone 1560



FRANK JONES deft). 20.year.old Negro from Greensboro.N. Overseas Transportation
C, has been elected student manager of the 1949 Harvard :
X27 t University football team. He is receiving congratulations from I
Harvard Coach Art Valpey (right) at Cambridge Mass. Jonesis Company Inc.Fast .
1':. the first Negro ever named to that post at Harvard. He succeeds ,

EDDIE PRICE (above). Tulane fullback leads the nation in I I Dwight K. Nishimura, a Japanese. : Dependable Freight ami Express Service
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rushing offense according to the weekly statistics announced i: -between -

I Tuesday by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau. The 188- ilanll A \\ideral)
pound star grabbed the top spot by scampering 173 yards ; ) Stranger i MIAMI and KEY WEST

against Cincinnati last Saturday to bring his nine-game totalto .
MiLLHOLD N. J ... Fut -I! KEYS
I,06S yards gained in rushing. DETROIT:1'Ilastiick E.I I -\ Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA
Mive. \\hi joined the Detroit hold Hdctawhich enjoyed tht Between Miami and Key West
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nu-.t suttfssfu harries ratingstatin
Lions of the Nation Football

Large Yearlings A il-A rounder League. nudwav: in the 19--1 S 1 M.Jxin will offer in .Its wider 11I.t"rthI track :.amore vi' ir.. I Express Schedule:

n.1 hardly came as a stranger tll other plant improvx-nwmts fur ( (No Stops En Route)

AUSTIN Tex -{!>>-Tht L F\ST J.liSlNG.11l'h.1"1-'', Lion coach Do Mt-Millin In 194t next seaxm Workmen already' LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-

virbitv of Texas fit.",nman fo,,t. :,' Fd S.lnk ..tc p..,,. catching Mates sprinted i 70 \ .u d. for .i art stretching tht. oval rives CEPT at SUNDAYS Miami at)12:00 at 6:00 o'clock P.M.Mid Ar.
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haIl totartm eleven outweighed' lU big brotht 1P48arsit\ lint is .i i I tun .n'tn t. Lee MNlithn 'n 111! sited St.ite, is .tN' ilJ LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
up bv Dye ) uind> per man in the :1p.irt ttoa the\ _tdrun! i: In ..'- ."'.u t.n i In,ti<1I1.1 L: 7 -; :<: I U1tl.UHHA t SUNDAYS) at 12:00 clock Mid-
is .i txnt.tifltti ..n the bat bill night and arrives at Key West a* I
line and seven pounds per nun 6:00 clock A.M.
team mi a :11,11.1 n tht' I'.i kt't

in the backf nHdnd the avtrage ball s qu..('. _. 1 .\' .\' O L .\Cf\C; Loral Schedule:
of the ling squadron -
vva -
age -
year --- (Stops At All Intermediate Point)
CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8.00 o'clockA.
HIl' .1I".t? I to Lou Smith's Auto Service M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00

Jfti,1'hJ Mun !'ToIndiMrv' Pi".lIp| mill l )..liii.rvN.nnl.inl LEAVES MIAMI DAILY EXCEPT
SUNDAYS) at 9:00 clock A. M. and
1 l\POHF .I' Sing. F>''t'tor ..
(,.i" mil Oil \tl.i arrives at Key West at 5:00 clock
Sergeant "Any..f M I men t' ,,r' if.Kt i.u.ine.ss isbootn '
Minor lit' Motor | IIIMIII P M.
1 pair-
got a dIrty uniform'Privatt n. I I
(hoping tot a new uniform ; T,.\ "' .i>, pi..
): ".\t->. Sergeant, UK* at strife '" luiiiinun: .nti tin are \|.rl I.iilirn' ilion null xtrivin| lltEE P1TK.UP and DHIM-IU SERVICE:
: fmiinu a 1t..Imark..t in Sint,,t- FLLL \IIGO I:\ 1 liVNCKMAIN :
: \uull dot. Rrp..rt ptut and the FederationTtte
tomorrow morning: et 6:30 for' most popular items are CORDIALLY INVITED TO TRY OUR SERVICE OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton fc Frandi: It*.

foal bhtmting.Stibe j I. doll- furniture tin tea set. and ifiurleou: +.' "r./t: In/wh."t: llttintl' PHONES: 92 AND 93
I kitchen utcnwils. The range in
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>uruus icy K2Y WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,6..1948

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Meet the I ea..Da..ga..t Entire FamilyAsphyxiated ., I. Girls' Education t Fox Shoots Man

Iong Called Vital I HEPWORTH. Ont Charles

"L Hairs"AP I j, Adams, 26, shot a fox while

hunting. The wounded fox snapped -
NORTH WALSHA\t England ,
Informatioa for the Advertisers INGOMAR, Pa-William Gns- at him and Adam his S
I <*"> swung
Newsfeatures I man 32, his wife Frances, 23.I I -Educating girls is more J nfle but at the animal The rifle
."TF." FOR RFGfUAR ... PATIENTPaymcat and their important than teaching boys, local i
HERE three :
ARE PHOTOS of six BLACKFACE TYPE for classified advertt.emeat children, 7, 5 and discharged hitting him in the
of the most prominent prac- im invariably In advance, but I 4 years old. died in their partially education officer W. O Bell'' chest Taken to a hospital.Adam's ,
Advrtlsemente under this head regular adverttaer. with ledger account finished home after being. says because girls run things 1 condition -
I was
titioners of classical music. will be inserted to The Cittaea at may have their advertl.th. .*. later He pronounced
rate of 2c a word for each 1.- ments rbartred. I overcome by carbon monoxide on. high schoolgirls I 'not critical"
Now do- you know why this I portion. but the minimum charee forthe PIIILU''TIO'f DFADHTB fumes. Their bodies were dis j here the happiness and i
first is! word or lets Is :JOo1h To injure publication, copy mud standards of life
I not to mention'the
kind of i covered by a brother when he -
music is called longhair -
rate for fclckfre 1>ff is 3e. b. in The Citizen orrue before 11
"? word- and the minimum eharge for o.ei..k in the morning of the day went to the home to seehv charal.tt'r.f British hus- : Tour Greet SELLS Thai Coed
I the first li word la 4ic.! of pubUcatlo Mrs. Crisman failed to keep an I bands and children depend on !t

appointment. A the mother. I I STAR BRAND
r -- -- -- I Ij i gas circulating II
heater was found turned on but I
All advertUinc la accepted under' the following condition: In tM AMERICAN
Tent. ct error In advertising transient or contract The Citizen will ttrr the flame apparently had gone Ada Rehan. famed American j jat COFFEE
..|M>n..ihl.t only for the first intuition In riamtiflvd AdvertUlas. and to out. tress who died in 1916 was' and CUBAN

part HUplay of the 4dtertteiar advertisement for only where the attuttl the .error amount occur of apace occupied by the I I II I born in Lamei icK. Ireland, and -by A Pound 1'Ida1'BAER'S : -

I ._ _. . '. .. ._. ._ . . I Your Horoscope I' her--real--name- was Crehan -'i

I -This day gi\fs a nature that is I\
New blond mahogany and leatherette 1938 Packard "6", four-door se-I affectionate, and a mixture of'' I

Wurlitzer Spinet dan. Good tires, radio and the demonstrative and the cautious -1 MARKET

$600. Phone 733-W heater. Can be seen at Tony's It may even appear secretive ;
Piano'l| Auto Body Shop, 603-605 until the mind is fully j I
Greene Street.
I nov20-6t made up. There is considerable

Table-model radio, excellent condition danng and perhaps a love of the i Corner of OLIVIA and DUVAL STREETS PHONE 215
$10.00. Lot 27 Gulf- 1941 Ford convertible club contentious When the nature IS'I
coupe. fully understood it will be found!
stream Trailer Park. Radio and heater.
i i run"26-2tx paint two weeks old. Inquire well worthy of regard. -:- FOR QUALITY -:-

IIIIM; KUICondut 1'Z Tony's Auto Body I
I Shop, 603- : ,
Oscr S. Stauffer
'ro, .i'.1l ton FOR SALE-TRAILERS 605 Greene Street no\20-6t :: publishei I' I.(til 1\1' PRICES: (:LE.1.\EST SLRl'ICE
I editor of the Topeka Kan. SUte
Journal born Hope. Kans. 62
.' I:I: 27 ft. 194a American trailer $900.I 1937 Pontiac 8, good mechanical years ago. SWIFT'S GOVERNMENT-INSPECTED GRADE "AA"I
. I Completely furnIshed. Call
shape, repainted,
reupholstered H.\U\ BEEF
'i Ext. 247 nov23-6tx I
f.I Price, $550. 801 Eaton Street I. Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughan,
'. nov"22 Gtx Presidential aide born Glasgow -
i Del11o
'tI. FOR SCOOTERS SALE-MOTOR AND CYCLES BIKES. Mo., 55 years ago. STEAK SIrloin} Ib 69c .

t 1936 Pontiac convertible, Straight!: :

: I 4 '45 motor bike. $75.00. 1111 Eight late model engine Excellent STORAGElied j I LVMlt

Georgia. nov24-lOtx tires. Damaged body'
ar Brick Storage Co. Furniture
> .
Sell :
I as is for $125.00. Luggage
4 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS trailer, complete with hitch,.' or commerciaL Phone 798. ; LEGS GRADE 69c
novl tf
i $60.00.. Phone 432-J. | CHOPS MM

: Furnished 2'z-room apartment nov25-2tx, WANTED TO BUY
> Utilities furnished $25.00 week- I
E ; I Iv. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 1937 Plymouth, good tires and Second hand Spmnet or small Sliced IIKE.\KF\ST I'l'RE' PORKBACON55c

I Windsor Lane. nov"8-tf engine, $85.00. 3010 Seiden-j piano. Cash Phone 2o9-J. I I

nnmui Miiuoroiis berg Ave, Phone 1047-W. I I I nov23.5txFOR + Sausage49cCORN '
I Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and 11\\26-3t"
Conductor M'n leoooiis bath. Maid and
janitor services -
--- linens and utilities furnished -
Desirable corner lot for sale or

I Hotel Office.Apartments, opposite nov9-26tx Post MOTORS long-term lease. 100 x 150. PORK CHOPS Ib. 49c

Gray marine engines and service. Suitable for hotel or apart- !
ments. One block from beach. I
I C. R. Smith
Furnished apartment. Electric opposite Firestone
For Box 466. i
I particulars write
i kitchen. Children welcomed. Station, Marathon novl-Imo 1 I novll-tfI 1-LR. Carton PURE June Dairy lntroslucing
x j Reasonable rates per day or

I season. 909 Elizabeth Street. I Mercury outboard motor 10 h.p.,I I I GARDEN AND LAWN : I OLEO IB. 35c

: nov20-tf I excellent condition. $180. 3061,I SUPPLIES LARD. 25c

Harris Avenue, Phone 827J.no234t". I I Beautiful Tumbler FREE
for about Dec.
jady occupancy
: Tame Capuchins monkev V..n
1st. Brand new, CBS duplex. rare specimen Stays tame. t. >. GOER> lE>'r.L>M'ECILDESTERN

Furnished. 1 bedroom hiingi 12' bottom skiff. All eopper- Key West Garden & Lawn .
dinette, kitchen with I
riveted eams. 1217 Petronia Supply Co.. 914 Fleming St, CHUCK 110ROAST.
Westinghouse electric refrigerator Street no\23-4tx Tel. 1019. nov20 I BEEF 'fb
; E-
and stove, tiled bath shower C
Gl: ORMVM>\ .
I hot water. Seasonal to June
Conductor, PhilaaelpmaR11RO 1.... $120000early. $125.00 I FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSWhite I MISCELLANEOUSPicture !
per month. Firs and last IU):>L1)..KOLLE1 TElSDtK OVEN

months in advance No pets enamel, $2.?T5. Outsidew I Ihite framing, pictures framed

\.rw 644 United Street: Phone 877. paint, $2.75 and $3.75 per and Franck matted.Phone DiNegros.1197-M. 614 I BEEF ROAST Ib 69cMIIPPLl
nov263txFOR : gallon up. 50ft.IZ" garden nov9-19tx .
hose $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 I
RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf'
Electrify your old sewing machine ) GRADE ".\" LVRGE
Phone 1164 M. I
w3 -
Overseas Hotel, low rate Coffee Bundles of old newspapers at 1-
shop, bar. nov2-25t tEnt each bundle. Inquire at novlS-12t EGGS DoL 63c

The Citizen OffIce. nov"20-tf CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St.! .
re-opened. A variety of new
ROOMS Baby's "Shoo-Flv" rocker. Like gift Items and fabrics for slipcovers -1 ROIL 1RE\MER\:

new. Phone 353-R. nov24-3tx and draperies. Opens
The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming
daily, 10 to 12 and 1 to 5.
Street, has an efficiency apt. : BUTTER.Ib.67c
New electric train. $16.00. 1024 nov7
and several sleeping rooms vacant
Low weekly or monthly Packer Street Phone 1146-J.

rates. nov I-tf DOv2S-2tx REFRIGERATIONImmediate NO.2i2 CAN HUNTSPEACHES
. \ HIM \'\1'1Conan

to "veY'Jrk I FOR RENT-ROOMS Personally designed Christmas' service. domestic III
cards at the Marshall Studio in commercial. Holbrook Rt'f.lg 'In Heavy Syrup 28cSUNSWEET
I Telegraph Lane. Also wall eration Service Phone 724-W
. NIce. clean sleeping room, for I
decorations and handmade nov26.6h
worker 117 Duval Street. giftsof
I nov24-6tx distinction.
nov24 26-29 3t\ WANTEDEMPLOYMENTExperienced
ew -

i: secretary desire* po-
Paint outside, Watts brand. ..
sition. 42 Rest Beach. Ph m
i Furnished 3-room cottage Adults snow-white titanium lead and .
1519-J nov24 : F, no pets. 625 Angela Phone oil. Money-back guarantee, I! 2 CANS FRANCO-AMERICAN
222-M. nov"26-2txI won't peel, rub off or wash

j off. Stays white. $3.95 gal. in5gal.
. i I FOR RtNT-HOUSES $ cans. Sample can. 50c SPAGHETTI 27c
Dealers I .
wanted. Manor
House. WANTED to BUY _
Two-bedroom house for 6 months. 916 LaSalle St., Jaeksonvilte
1 Available Dec 1. New furmI Fla. oct29nov51219.26CHRISTMAS ; 1 i V-8 TOMATO
> >a I Hire, electric kitchen. $125 per

month. Phone 733\&'. I' 23c :
-c' "' 1n-,1 I SHOPPERS! CATSUP 14-01. Bottle
I nov263txi Check your ChI! ittm.ix list Your I Old ;
MIM l II \ II Ml\\ dCll-= RagSCITIZEN
will find many of those
I V.otin/ ;t i HELP WANTED-MALE e' u It pn'M'nts.at CAROLINE! I I NO 303 SIZE STOKLEY'S SWEET .
SHOP. 223 Ann Street
_. i OPENING! .
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I Tin it. are two types of pooplt OFFICE .
Those who plan ahead toward FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE

I, a definite goal and those who I I nEn SAVO
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arc indifferent to what lies Stock Island, over 400 ft. oceanfront ,

ahead, content to take things Bargain Stoat be- sold I SANTA CLAUS HAS .h.t.1 BLEACH. QtlOc

,is they come As a seriously I at once Mr Kitty e/o Citizen -
i ambitious person you want to nov la tf JUST DELIVERED ltN.: 19e

w I plan your future You want to \
job with opportunity for advancement I "A Doll For Every

I Such jobs are now Little Girl's Birthday" RAISIN BRAN 16c
Guest house 2 blocks from new
available in the new Army and
Y ,, An Force. Ground forces I beach. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, l'sf Our l.aJ-."MY I'lan .

I tiaming in ordnance signal, apartlllLnt for owner, completely -

medIcal. engineers and many furnished, electric kitchen. TOK .,n (;vcnTop
Good mconu Must be sold
Others.. Air ForCroursw in TROPICAL TRADER
at once. Heal sacrifice. Term
K.OI siI\M\SK\ such photograph fields, as weather.radio. Plus radar a, By ownn Box RAW c/ol I 718 Dural Street Phone 1000 GRAPES CARROTS

Citizen nov 15-tf
"in 'St letirement plan : you
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nothing Free food clothing. -VVmVVV VVVVVVVVvv.Y..vvVVVVYYVVVmVVY.Y..
hoes shelter. Talk things over 23C 17
CHRISTl1ASTOYS wire qualified tn. iI I. 2 ill,. . 2f,,,s. . .
today lepie E How Is Your Vocabulary?
I tdtn'es of the U S. Army and

i! U. b. Air Force The are at I s. \o. / ir7fPOTATOES.:
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SOCIETY NEWS I Return Here From Tallahassee! STOPPING THE I Domesticate [1 Eleven **'

Br NlflA LESLIE GULEY Mr. and Mrs. Mrytland Cates the Amfertcan government when J i I _

DI The Citizen Office-51 and Mrs. Carl Bervaldi drove to he sees what it is doing for the CHINESE COMMUNISTSBy Elk And Deer j LONG POND. Me.-Eleven:,UI

I 11UIIL>. Residence-623XJWoman's Tallahassee on Tuesday of this !i veterans of World War II. I I( r I I definitely George Paradis's mini
Not only are the veterans i MOSCOW '!
Professor P. her. He is the eleventh waif
week in order to bring Myrt-
land Cates. Jr. and Miss Fay but those married veterans i I :A. Manteifel. of the :Mis-sow Fur Mrs. Aibertine! Paradis was born
Newsfeatures WritersWASHINGTONOne
Missionary.. ..; Union; Of Firstlltiplist Bervaldi. who are attending the with families are furnished living Institute is I seportc-d to lit domesticating on the eleventh day of the eYe?-

University of Florida home for quarters for the families and elemental question keeps poppingup I elk and cUt-r.! enth month and celebratedis

Church To Observe Week the Thanksgiving holidays.The even bus service to and from the I| in Washington discussions of the Chinese crisis. It is: Evening Moscow"said the eleventh birthday nn Novtm- _

young people will leave. elementary schools) for veterans' What will l it cost the United States to stop the spread of professor was tine fust peison in | her 11th. J-

Of Prayer For Foreign; MissionsB Key West Sunday by bus to return children is furnished.Mr. Communism in China? the USSR to begin t.immg elk, ii
- -- -- but now others are following his For salad dessert fiD canned
to Tallahassee: in order to be, Cates states that veterans And this raises a second elemental question: 1 a

.-.innine Monday.. Nov 2 Hh. <'Christmas for Christ" program there for their Monday morning should take advantage of this I What will it cost us if we do not stop the Communists? methods. This autumn experiments peach halves with a tixansball cfceeee1

through<< Friday. Dop. 3rd. theVtuiiuuis following.Mrs classes. generous and splendid educational One that no definite answers can be given is this: are going: f.., \\ ",don| nai-, that n.i !h'-en rolled in finechoprNo -
"' 1-.n"I.> UIIK..I Mr. Cates Sr., stated he wasmuch program that the governmentis reason Communism. nessing 'Ik ,i i- '.'. ,.j it! d< .'!ti. i The ]h 1 niiti)>.'".its: serve 6n
"i ,' Tlu-lma Porch and I If the Chinese are -in the mood to embrace .
First Baptist Church will begin'its Tracy mipit-ssed by the things henoticed offering: that he has himselfseen I !elk hiv.brruir.; i It"" i I" d,.i.- 'th a may-
FairfieU who can what it would cost us-in dollars and possibly .
Imt-rvanctt ..I wurlJwui. will sing the opening while in Tallahassee, and it in opeiutm and heartily say two "fnight l'l-i i- < .1' L :I" '''In .
"\.k..f *'Tiy.-r" for Foreign !I hymn, and Rev. George M. Kay is now nwie than ever proud of- approves.itIuImIuullIllunlluunnlnuununiiuuinlltunult. livesto swing them over to our viewpoint. ? One great ,I ii ,'I'' i ., i
nation. ,
is that for the Chinese have been a divided .. I .
MMWIDS standi.i V
j will years TI< < \i! nTbe
I give the 5, i
prayer. Scripturereading -- !
Tbr tN tM* f. the week will I Ibe I ---- -- -- -- --- -- Thee has been much civil strife violent internal politics WIllie 1 (' "

"The Wurld and the Sons. will l tJt by Mrs. Leona '1I11I11II1I1i1UIIUltlIIIIIUIIIJIiIIllWlllllllUunlllllnll1l:: [ '" n" .; 'Jot... I
I IMkl I Collins ookoo 'i
; and there will follow the f I'
ttirnwill U> a special program i,I Sunbeam Plaid i and Jr. G.A..s !I I In N.C.C.S. I Many nTfj) >iUint people J
( 'West
ewry day under various: scripture. Key 1:I anion them. President Truman j Interesting Notes
*-.frrihipiMiucIdy 'I I
tlie I.1. The Christmas Chorus will be J 1021 DUTB Street and Rep.' Bloom (D-NYI.) who is G"DNEWJ

.IdreMtLtt.d.. by M Program s aI I HoJly( Johnson will ,I,I sung Auxiliary by the and Intermediate then there. Gill's Days Cone ByAS I| DEFENSE FORCES expected. to .head the. 51st Con I If >ou 'e ant to know wrhth -i '
will bea Affairs ,
eJ.. will begin at 3 pm. i I //1 t"-ib House. Forei-n 'lour'.1/' iikile is hot enough m
TlaJj Circle No I will 1 be on in'rkargr. 'I I special number by the choir I, TAKEN FROM FILESOF I J I'KOGKAM>> { ) Committee are saving China making pancakes, drop a !I..",
Young woman's Auxiliary WIU i ipresent THE CITIZEN OF must show an increased:; inclination -j it. if th.'
and I drops of odd water on
o Frutay Mrs. Edna 1
:: "Gifts of Love" and there i 1938muiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiumiiiiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiimuiiiiin : wiumiiimiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiuimiuiimimiiuiinimiiUHir: / In th- full FOR XICKPEOPL t
Altar? will lead the "Woild Day j I will follow solo NOVEMBER 26. t'I hviself.: ; j: water datices in small! Ix'ad"l
a by Miss
.tf Prayr" with the Allen.-1 I MONDAY i sense this would tm-an >luwould hot enough. .
progr.nittei. .
Spear.The I
"Mine Eves Have Seen :I Messace: "Life of Lottie The Coast jnil, Geodetic Survey -!: 7.30 P 1.1Sp.lntsh\ Class. have to phuther house in order j! STOMACH AILMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS,

'Thru- Salvation I Mmm will be given by Mrs. I has lx-un{: .. survey of the I TUESDAY econ niiu-allv" by adopting better ,,,' Sprinkle' fish that is to btbruiled RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS

Of ffecutl interest tit all mrm- Ishnuiel Negrin of Florida Keys' that ultimately will 10:00 A.M -Bowling, for Navy I II business methods in Kovernment. with finely grated onion | .nu .uu, .'w...... I V \0. 'fl5.
the Baptist balance bet budget and stop civil .'" ..... .
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awn.... friends will be the Cuban Mission, followed i-ost $:'J5tMH)0: ) ) Lieutenant E. R. i, Wives at U. S. Sub iutd dot with butter or margarine Lack of I i"' "OJ "I'C&Ia.
by j .
WeJonOay ] Base Bowling Alleys.: war. i f.... i flavor. I Health ResultsIF
evening i- n.lelighttmncr | on.-rmg. the of McCarthy in charge of the work, tM$ Drugless Amazing
prayer tht"'I'I ..
TinNati 'nalist government
beKinnine at 7 30 under boo fur offering Rev. ... informed The Citi/en-: today. I 7:30: PM.-Hospital Party (2nd ---._ I Ipmut IF 11 OU AKE a suHirrr. .f these afttrrar.. people null to
tt 4>m. ..i.... ,.f W M.U presultntMn I I,I,1\1 Hay and by I Tues.) can't do all of this of i-oun-. butter combined with | ailment, try OEO-MINMllL.: Ion mineral springs; and ......,.. !. drink
Edna finally the benedic I 1 with" a Communist war laginu : may be astonished. at the results.ou and bithc in thor nuracufooa ws.*
Albury. with the( -Thia ,; lion by Kev. A. D. O'Ufyant. Miss AViatIon of Key West WEDNESDAYV American officials probably grated carrot and a little mayonj I. \ nrrd not curss-)uu mil set ter. We hate all tit-aid ... the we /?
--- I probably will be chosen fur the 12:30: P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip n-ii.se makes a good sandwich for facts. GtO-.MINKK.\L comes from dross springs;:: at Liiurde., t'nutcfj
-- would be satisfied if she displayed -
---- --- II I 2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. whole the earth Nature's Laboratory.Contain and famous: Ihrunion in ancieattireefe
I AIl-Amencan Air Manouvers at Box more solidarity and a greaterwill a lunch box: spread on :NO d........ :NO al..h..I\O: ..!wr... a c....dlne to Irfeoi
List Of Prizes; ..111,1/)0110'.... Miami, Mayor Willard M. Alburyand j 7:00: 1'.M.--J u k e. Dance to fight the ConiniunistsSenator heat or rye bread. I i od. U.NLY: :Nature'minerals. .. the lfercule..Ibegud..kr..urA&Lboldr"t.
Mrs. Stephen W. Douglas, of i games.THURSDAY Wiley. (R-Wi.s.l' and others must reliable remedy lor and uuth. drank its alem ..4rheumatism.
I I arthritis, kidney and bathed to be former
( >ounc. fGKOMIXF.lt
At St. "Punr/ the Key SVestVtnan's Club closwatch As soon as saucepans: or skillets -
P"rnl"; Sltoir, 1:00: P.M.-Sewing Machines. who have kept on stomach, ail rnts. : : \L contic.ni niiGLQtiiss.K.tLaiiltflrirhyOUr >
.' i said today. i Hards Showers. the China situation say it would ,, are emptied of food they : : resin >''u set at the ..rld'* bed
Following is ne, |lt,st ,,f prl/.s's : Car seat. take much more aid than we should be filled with water and I blood help to nuke >ou strong full springs.. ; Watch vmr rurainaUoB.
nwardetl. .. Long's Furniture Co. FRIDAYi if not of pep. life and em-rev.; La k. ofminerals I rum tour bowels. a da? w J.. a/Uf,<<
t tlie allowed to soak they are
52 Coininumsni.
winners in Members of Troop Boy have been giving to stop ;I blood
High chair pad, Gomez Furniture in the tauses an.un; ;.lt. The waste. blik as the.tulor
i 2:00 P.M.!\ Pre-natal Class. .
Hby Sh..w" ..n.lu.. ted Monday I I Scouts of America under the directIon : But Senator Wiley" adds to be washed at once. mia, headaches: nenou.tlO: of >our shoes will start. |i.
and Tuesday .f this week under !I CoR..rd of Hike Master Buddy J 9.00 P.M.-Dance, Orchestra. that many people do not realize i I eral generate mental brillianttive *. break away and :you will M.E itjMI I,

the U5pices ..f St Paul's Church, j I albums. Overseas Radio Miler, marched yesterday afternoon I! SATURDAY full-scale American aid to the,:, The majority of grandfather ortsillca.se I tight disease sparkling.. build eyes up, health.K red cheeks. see\1| Impuri'ipui..nullO examine sour wrine.! %MI wsoin-mJ.
2.00 P.M.-Boxing Training. I '
tugether with the names of the i iduours I and Music Box. to the head of the island Nationalist government might clocks made in our lit;CM: AI S1.: arthritis are coming! out ol nose kidneys. re&....
.>! .suth pri/i-.s j I Jersey nightgown. Store and camped there overnight. SUNDAY mean eventual U. S. military country were made between 1770 i dreadful diseases. :Acid conditionin ing: .,..u. And then realize the price.
Al kf the ize of "' 9:30: A.M.-Communion Break- i the blood is often their cause.What less value of <."O-"I\t.K\L
pi were much adI I Fashion.. participation in the China con and 1840.
I fast (monthly). I could be the remedy: ? rorthousands WE; IKGL i to trt CEOMINEKAL. .
mred ttrvuue
by that i (
viewing : Set of of Commerce directors flict. i i of minerals hate
th.m.1 dress hangers Southernmost Chamber i : years : : tJ., not hesitate ,
1:00 t.-Prl'mc ( ) one
fend the children who won last decided I : sign up Congress voted $250,000.000 for ; As early as 1725 Virginia was : been: Used, to relit-\ thr pain and .
: Pharmacy.Pull at a meeting night -I moment. Gel one bottle. I se It one
indeed fortunate to receive sudstttirmmg I Home ask councitmen and I II I China's economic recovery last= importing furniture from Boston, .suffering: of these ills. People on week. If you are: nvi IIM per centsatisfied
toy. Appliance Co. to city I\IUIIUIIIIUlIIUIIDlllilllmWKliUWWIiiIllIlIllUIa! : : : the advice of doctors 50;: to mineralsprings
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awards.Eight what- New York and Philadelphia, and we will refund tour moncJl
Toy Victory Furniture Co. county: commissioners to join in a spring anti $125.000.000 to relief. The
I : R'r:: :; in fulL Try it lodjy! It may do won
G<4d Loving Cups, engraved -I Silver Spoon, Pollock's. I movement to relieve unemployment -I }What Doing i ever use the Nationalist govern, employing some cabinetmakersto late President used ,to K with of I considerable volume Warm Springs in Georgia: lie
name I
desired. This
winner, Silver and fork in Key Wes ment $125.000,000 produce a 1 ment fcr health. Make .
spoon Paul .. helped or would not hate your yo feds
d..tr aM went. The Beachcomber. -i Sher. :, I aithsARMED was allocated by the Chinese ''of fine furniture required by the there as regularly twice a tear. gone eat.sleep.w. and enjoy life better: !

| Comb and Brush set, Frank I A son, weighing nine and onequartt I SERVICES government, to the military. Chi'I lI11pOl Lint plantations. I'I'I GtO-MINEK.VL Retail Price-I Bottle SI.10; fc Bottle:. $ ..1IIJ L
Photographs, Evans I INn
na's former finance
Studio I Johnson. r pounds, was born yester- Y.M.C.A. : minister. CENTRAL PHARMACY-and Other Drug Stores
Giee and E&tevez Studios. Yun-wu has estimated. it The first glass furnace in
Crib ; '
I pad Maxwell Furniture day to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Jackson Square. Whitehead :-Mail orders to above address-add lOt for posta<< .--
Hubby Horse. Jamestown -
Sears Roebuck: Company. would take at least 500000.000 a America was set up at
BaileI and Southard Streets
Cm i piny Bottle holder, Pearlman's. year for four or five years to Va. early in that settle- -- -

Dell, Stowers Company. I'I Story book, Oukie's.Childs I II I WIUllllIIUWIUiHIUUlillllllinilllUIIUIIIIUlUllllUIlKMONDAY \ ,! bring victory to Chiang;': Kai- ment's hlstOf)'. 0
Dull The I Two pages of a folder just issued I ; !
Tropical Trader. Plastic : shek's troops. -
&'iMer. B i B Bicycle Shop. I,I Pharmacy. dish, OJiveri's "' by the P. & O. Steamship 9:00: P.M.!\ -Juke Box dance. Roger Lapham. Economic CoI .' At one time Calvinism had a for Gift of $

Quart of Milk daily for one Shampoo and set, Carolyn I I' Company: West are devoted text to and describing T rut h or Consequences operation Administrator for China death penalty for a child who a Something

ntbnth. Adams Dairy and Land I Beauty Shop. Key in pic Quiz Show."I is more cautious but say; struck its parent
O"Sun Dairy. i Bank Poor Old Craig. I tures. TUESDAY: much more money than has been I

Organdy. Pinafore, Old Island :I Baby Pillow case Charles 7:30: P.M.-Shulfle board ses- |I voted is needed for China. So j One of the earliest American
Trading Post. Aronovitz. Walter Neuman, who has been sicns on the patio. '' in view of these estimates, toi eating places was Philadelphia's -4

H..nd embroidered dress and I Organdy Dress Montzell's with the Plant Line and the P. & 9.00 P. Theatre Group meets.WEDNESDAY prevent Communism fromI "Blu
toy. Thompson's Children's Corner. Dress Shop. O. Steamship Company, \ouching.at I sweeping China might cost upwards < as early as 1653 or 1684.

The committee in charge of the Key West for the last 47 years, t 1:00: P.M.-Hospital Fishing trip. [ of S2.500.000.000 plus possible I' -.
Boy's suit, Rubin Appt.1.Boy's I Baby Show are deeply gratefulto will retire next Wednesday. 8.:00: P.M.-Dance Class (Begin- American participation in : The word restaurant" was

nut Bt-ldner's. the donors of these gifts. ners.) i: the war. :: first applied in America to dining -

Rocking Chair, Key West Fur- which helped to make the Baby I Key West has entered a nine 9.00 P.M.-"Ye Ole Country What do we lose if we let China rooms of the better hotels

tulure' Co. I I Show such a splendid success.: I in the East Coast Baseball Winter -I Party". ( go? In dollars. American investments ; and to a few high class a la carte POLLOCK'SFINE

-- -- League: and will play its first i (Square Dancin', VirI m China ate relatively dining places.
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game at on Sunday. Eo" "" ", I small. Officals estimate they
Tulent/ Party For Follies/; Of 1919 V 1 i' THURSDAY: may total only around $200.000.- ; Predecessors of modern British j'I

I Today The Citizen says in an 'I 3:00: P.M.-Photo Class. 000. I; restaurants were coffee !louses W A'I :It & t:

Well Attended; Reliettrsnls. Tonit'ht editorial paragraph: 9:30: P.M -Dance. Orchestra. But Senator Bridges (R-N.1I.). and taverns, which had a'ordinary'a dill _
--cr-- "The right of free speech is a I FRIDAY: 't, who proposed a special session of : dinner or suppei'

Well over a hundred guests lies include a variety of acts a great thing but so also is the '1 II 8:15: P.M.-Movies, Bridge 'Par1 | Congress: to deal with the China served at a common table >moKcncrally : DIAUOMOSB1RTHSTONE

and members: atu-ndc-d the Junior -I wait/. western. Hawaiian, onen- right to refuse to listen to it." ties. ; situation. says it takes no great for a fixed price
Woman's Club T..Ient Party tal. and SATURDAY: I student of China and world pohI -
jitterbug rock-
tin Wt'dnl'.day'nmg at the i! c-tte number: among a others. Calendar Of 8:15: P.M.-Movies. I! tics to realize what the loss of of the Asi.itRmainland' Ev,-n RINGS
Casa many 10:15: P.M.-Second: show ( ,mil.t.iiv lornm Japan .in '. _
Cayu Hueso, in preparation I It has been announced that the same ] China means politically t<> UKj -
fur the! coming "Follies of 1949." ; first rehearsal will be held tonight Events feature). j United Statt.0I1id other dci,,.... I k--'i -i Communist, China. II ''Iii,
which will be! presented by the at the Woman's Clubhouseon COlllillg SUNDAY: racies. ,.5 .ILn.: : : ,,n i-n-nomu war ,'/<.lIn,1 COSTUME JSmtRte $24

Club on December 15 and 16. I' Duval, street, which all FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26th- I 9:45: A.M.-Java Club. "Communist forces now spe.aiover ; i ii th-, I ,">"n") .-" your cho i of America'

A most. entertaining. program those mte.-.td in participating in First Rehearsal tonight for 2:00: P.M.-C1as.sac. Hour.[ i all of Nonh'\; China arc n.. best -k no. n r.ames in

took place, during which Mrs. I the coming cv-nt are invited, to "Follies of 1949." sponsored I 9.00 P.M.-Felluwslsip Hour 'simple group of indignant p.iti, ; V/DB///B/r| ( WE CAN'T Hjilr /* !! 1B'm.u l wauhcs.SHRtlMfc .
Wilht-Imina G. Harvey and Lt. attend. I by Junior Woman's Club I Coffee and dough- i: ots," he says. "They are part .unl' \ ( A SALESMAN WITH I
Commander Francis M. Ramsay V Specialty rehearsals will begin Beginning ;.:ll'! p. m. nuts. |: parcel ..f the Mcoc"w-t.'tmtrolh' i ij

acted as mistress .and master of 'at 7:30: with chorus groups and MONDAY NOVEMBER 29th- j legions of world; revolution." CROSS EYES SJlVEIl

ceremonies. skit actors the rehearsal John Loves first r'esiYoiesMust If we lose China we have l I"' ,
joining Mary. presentation ( f Dost let disligurinf'
Vocal selections were offeredby I between 8:30: and 9.00. As Mr. of Civic Drama! our main bulwark aglIfL-t C' ,'" cross eyes bar you front 9i(4Y )

Ray Schneider! Kitty Dry and I Lloyd states there will be numerous Guild of New York City. 8:00: of the silver marked Revert 1' mUD sm in the Orient 'I 1 I t"> :" m a better iob. Reconstruction :;: ;

Dad, Claudino LaFe, Doreen things to do for all those P.M. High School Auditor- Was mad and sold after the what of Japan? _fs.' Method is often successful '
Cruz. Eva Gibson. Louis Anasta- desiring to assist, both on stageand uin. Sponsored by JayceeWon&m's \>. [evolution. J !Soni" f.v.-umu" tit "(fit, i ,! I m only one day.
hey, d I C'l.' .. O.iii',,, Safe effective m liSt i
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ale, Mrs. Eleanor Dowski! and backstage, it is generallyagreed Mi-.Mi.naiy Union of !
n..thiii,,,, ., uuO cases all: ages. ilconditions.
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much _
that First _
Harry Betancourt with Miss onstage is morej Baptist Church begins I Paul Revere' the silversmith) V
Beatrice Moreno at the j : observance of worldwide and died in 1818. "," saoiiL', FULL '
piano. I fun.A patriot ".... liii., toni Ti' iii'; ASiiiiiOi Wits-; I s"I
Director Frank Lloyd. of New i good deal of fun and merriment Week of Prayer for Foreign \
I i
y..rk.1000 gave a short talk out- | in addition to the seriousi I Missions Program every llaythn.ugh After 1750 the Windsor or Philadelphia Holt. .)J.f) CROSS IT( fOUNDATION I
ling the plans for the Follies i business of rehearsal, is prom- December 3rd. chair was made generally COS CKAHAM" IsO ACKSONVlUt.HCIB

delighted everyone with his in I 11.(1 for all participants in the WEDNESDAY.. DECEMBER 1st I throughout Massachusetts.In ,-
formality. His plans for the Fol I tonight. Bingo sponsored b v Navy

j Wives Club No. 88. South making a White or Cr,'.,",,
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Beach Restaurant. 8:00: p. m. I Sauce. be sure to blend the Lit. iPAL

'-rollies; Of 1919" Vin.c/orllll.... MONDAY.Cancer film DECEMBER showing 6th-County I and adding flour the together liquid. well bcl!.'J i > IA *33 75: r

I I Health [Department, Fleming I Fine ;
Varied; And! Inlerestin' llackxronnd: /
,:! ,: !, and Emma Streets, 8:00: p. m. Use citrus fruits for first cour- women,
Address by Dr. J. Lancelot j salads combining them u t) plain n* diamond'N. "j'isodded.
Frank Lloyd. Ne* York directi.r -. Lloyd traveled! extensively as a .
Lester Hostesses, Navy crisp raw vegetables. Grape!: ui'
from the Jerome Car 11I Productions ; !singer and also sang in severaloperettas Wives Club N. 83. sections go well with Cl'lenlnli

Company arrived I in i at the Paoer Mill Playhouse I i olives oranijcsections arc tihcious .

Key! West Wednesday evening. which is the only stuck Musical instiument makeis\ setup with endive or i-scaiok ?I
The Jumur'oman's Club is i company on the East Coast which then shup.s in :Massaihusctlabout _..J.. b1

fortunate indeed in securing sucha > plays musical repertoires! the 1 10:! tiuiiiu, I helping: to. Fire losses in the United &t.h BETTERYtLI I. //f'tiL js \ 75M

fine director, and with such u. :; year 'round. Among the opei- break the stian Mioki. oi ",,till i t "'..t..l"d19.621.010. \ ) duung: th., .- s, -- H .-,niltonin ,,
varied background to direct : cILia in which he appeared were Calvinism on that suite ;p..t 12 Iwmth._ / /%& *. < .-. 1WK l l1Arf1i .
: Naughty Marietta, Rio RIta. and .
their "Follies of 1949" to be presented -- ///-dI' j ; ;
on December 15 and 16. : Desert Song. : "

Mr. Lloyd attended the Academy -: This is Mr. Lloyd's third season :: $55 up.

of Dramatic Art, where stars I as a director for the Jerome i GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 1POLLOCK'S !\. dIamond.

such as Spencer Tracy. Lauren Cargill firm, and he has traveled I "KEY WEST'S ONLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL" '" Uucall : from Canada Arizona directing I
Kirk Douglas and others to I .n HK c..w. 3
also attended and received his: shows. The Follies of 1949 I Emergency: Ktumi Service. 21 Hour .1 Day
Bachelor's Degree in Speech will be his fourth show In Flor- n
Kesident riiysician In Attendance'
Drama at Columbia University.Before ida, he having previously directed -' _

joining the staff of Jerome -' presentations in Ocala, St I I Hn'mlff \iglit

Cargill Productions Frank I I Augustine and Miami. ijt.I'tjt; UII; f'. ::1-61.\1.. Dully, tU1E3Oe-'sU0\Lt Q U fl LIT I Y

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WILL0l SMILE:? 'i Subscribe To The CItIzen."Oldat40,50,601". I V 9 (.<,//(/'/<'/<' Laboratory; and! \-Ray; Facilities! 25 1'! RIN1Lsw. \ : ;'. f/ J f W ELf 5Soj

Even 7'hf"Explorel !
: ) ; Ul1.l. HEJoT; :

: "1 have tome: to you I Man You're Crazy GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITALDR. "Expenenc-.a '".'.c':'vs /o.MSII .- TheL' GtnCla'lons"

frvm beyond the sunset. lion! ForirtMI. KM rtowud, 1T, prppr. M 70. Try ( .'- ___ I: 4 01 l It{ (;iiri.. 'lEU \:\[\ETUDe
the great White King.: -prupu*upwitb Oauvx- mju tonic tot w *k: .
V Chief "Well. tell ruDQnWB....isis..,. ..4u., 0oidT. to body. tort ol iron JULIO DE POO. Uuector: I In WKWF Every Evening ilt fclS .
Savage : me 00..hlQ.... To.' .-.b.....5.51_...e.s... ,....,rail......"_"oM.....Tr thlll* Wc t
when are they going to do something ._, d.,. M. -aM .ua1Dted. ..e AIM. 417 Eaton Street Telephone 611 Bottled by: Pepsi Cold Bottling Co. ol Key i Sec If You Can "STOP THE SHOW'

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V I, is currently quoted at $34.40 per<< Applications for niarnage Ii- A Condensed Life; I I

Newsfeature by SYD KRONISH ton I menses *cre filed Wednesday in !
'Do vou believe that two
The Boy Scouts from "Down Un er" will be hosts at the:I Workmen from a Portland firm the office of County Judge Raymond I i, live as cheaply as one?" BROADWAY% MARKET

Pan-Pacific Jamboree this winter (summer in that part of the are scrapping the gums at both H Lord by Gene R. Huntley ,1 Oh. >es-half as lon ." SUPER

world'. To commemorate this event. Australia has issued a I Peaks Island and Cushings:: 23 of the U. S. Navy and ,I -

2'i pence red stamp depicting a Scout and a background of Chunks of wnitc-hot metal slopto Eileen Beaver 21. of 1200 Wlutestn..t I I Lincoln's Gettysburg addn. "'-
under the attackof | has endured as one of htstmty'ugreatest s
trees. ground
eucalyptus the
by Pedro Alonzo. 46. and V
c The Jamboree will be held at "Yarra Brae" Wonga Park. hIgh-pressure torches. Oil in Victoria Fisher 32. both of 1035 I : orations but the audience Int) ai I'F'IKOMV)' ss. KM: 5\ EST. ILOKII()
who heard disappointed
him -
kr, is ooout 15 miles from Melbourne -ill the deep pit below the massive United street and was
of the cannon frequently because he spoke only
and is considered an I The Weather breeches fire, and tanks of foa- R. Campbell. 24. of the U. S. two minutes. I "
Victoria from catches constantly within reach Navy and Doris Augusta Pennell "Friday---Sa' ti l rd a y---Specials
mite are

i.'. 2( to Dec.Ian 29 9, 1948.19\\9. I f(1ltE/. IST to Ammunition snuff out the Dump flames.Close ByOn 25 of 902 Truman avenue. moist tog: air is blows formed over when a cold warm surface -I j ,...a..............e........e..a... ..................................

e. Yarra Brae on Ki'v West amt I Vnim" \ Partly Peaks Island \\ithin 30 feet Fish drink little if an\ w.It.; ', or when cold au eovusi I F' ITOli1 .,...,.Kbit; (x1.11 [ I..ITFI; )
the banks oi < i..u.lv ui.ithei 1 with little'change they optn and close their mouths i warmer surfaces
of the tars !
.in temperatuie tonight; : operation I to pass water throes*h tin hills
the Yarra Riv- 3ge
Aac : ia vault containing SUGAR 5-1'olllltl/
ideal place (for activities con ''and Saturdav. Gentle to n1tKkrI powder and loaded shells to blow I to obtain oxygen/ I i RphuSl's-rJddles consisting oli BIf

nected with the Boy Scout I I I ate southeasterly winds. (he island:: to pieces' :, This Island dump -with; grass-,mil--hru-.h---m"I t twill t''.'. .a I stntentesoi lepusentation Ihln bv ongmiUd pictures ot in ,:, .................................. ..................................
cloudiness and that on Cushmjjs: are SIZE
!I Florida Increasing POUND
movement : !U known SURE-MIX
tn th' I 1.1\ SIZE
I to be relieved of their dangerouscontents \ i pi +"+ l hrme-e and have been popular POMPEIAN PINT
The An:; ti..".m Ncw.: Bureau I Isas I today and tonight Saturday pie no more' tOI i (t'ntm u"s I :
that over lo.lOtt| h"..v.s fiom ,, i''loudv-' with .showers in extreme : -four oxygen tanks aredaily I ITwentv LIVE(} OIL . can 89c:; CRISCO() . (Oan' 39fREKcH
tin Pifio t twill : north t> in Tallahav 'A
countries hnr 'nn: |I iientiein eginninR' | in use by the four burn*'rs. (1
attend It is hopisl that visiting .' : *f an-s'' tonight Partlycloudy I tanks Ewing tak"1I I Ii NUT I I COCOA FLAVORED
replacement rHREE HOTELS IN MIAftH
Mirtits frets rather area.s WIll' tlsewhe-re Slowly rising! I i from Pollard each morning fo at POPULAR PRICES 8.uFOol\ ( )()I) :l Jars 29. 2 15iQU '

also tie thrrr. #4 j I 1f't'1pt'r..turp.Jacksonville through Florida ,,i the dav's work The job, will net Located in the Heart of the City ,i SAMBO . cans
{I tie finished! before mid J.inu'u\ f
that' Gentle' to moderate easterly '! RATES >VKHR Packa9e
Stamps mva/ine repints Ml aits Back of the breech of the fast /W\AIC WRITE or WIRE (I'MSill l..
Afghanistan i.ued 4 speci.a J \\rnvk. becoming:.: moderate REASONABLE UUUlll.. for RESERVATIONS NESCAFE I
being removed at Peiks ia t h iiniicKrrs2for3ic(; I
;gun: ( .
stamp on (Jrt :24 fur owe daJSt'i. southeast" In
o.dy to tMmur tht- United. NationsTli Saturday Partly cloudy weather i i .. (' ......................... ........ i
iM lr mi the ... East Gulf: Moderate southeastto lOS feet high and 5 inches tin k ...e.............................. S
fund nit When each section of the steel 1 Ford ( filler\ .
0" tins M-sut will bu donated .1..1' south w inds becoming freshhsoutherly '. ]J slab has been nearly! burned l Lers1iitig noniH:\ .sSOLE. (' fin'. (" 'U'\ PET
tonight and Saturda> i iShowcTs i
the U N. through a truck hauls tht hunk : Hot.I lloltl 11..1.1
I extreme north poitum
Partly I I' over and drops it on the !ground 60 N.E. :3rd St. 226 N. 'lull r: 25e |
.. h.., .I"u.vt I tw. rle'ws.. tonight: and Saturda E. lit AT* 229 NF: 1st Ave ? $
Je-.J.. t.NI'Itle'IINM.It/' the- Cloudy cLs.-where. I The breeches of the big gum !811<> IJooms loft Room, : : ::: :
annivcrsar' of' tin. death of Josef I! i ..n both Peak and CiLshingsMprris : Elevator: Elevator: Kll I'.o' ". ...:.. .:....:....:...:. ...:... ... ...

........ the struggle Key West, Fla, Nov. 26. 1943 I were first distorted undeiArmy | Solarium Heated H valor
l I
Marti r in Lemon
Choc. Pkg.
a -> Good Luck Butterscotch -
I IUlJ.ervooHon supervision and the Arm I I L M5I I'SVHL : |
for Cuban In'.ndHM... ..report 1! HKI'OItr: also removed some equipment of j 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION I PMKU.I' : :: . _? )c I !
the New York Stamp, Co Th<-sjkUunt ( : taken i* ro.tv Office.I secret design before the junkmen iI | i i PIE FILLING(; :3 for tie
"Mliilt.- { EST
artthree \ m 8:30: a.m., ) ,
came on the job. -
the ptuUM-lu St't'oe'| '" GORTON'S Regular Size AUNT JEMIMA Regular Package
rrmn* "It Temperatures: I v'VVVvvvvvVyvtvyvyytvyvyyvyyyyyvv17yyyyiyyyyyyyy'Why I
The great barrels of the I Ih

since Marti""I dlt11195 portra an The allegnnral 2trntavuk I'' IIiKhest rest yesterday night 81Lowest 761 I(I,i inch thick guns to the on bore.Peaks and are 12 the inches guns II j, Knock Yourself Out? (CODFISH:() ) (tAKES:1 ; can; 23c: Pancake FUL'R() ;' 2 for ISc:}: ( $

.: .....:n of Marti s drain I( Mean 78, \
built sections The '
I4ur shot*.s Normal 731 I are in i CHURCH'S Quart Size DEL MONTE No. 2''' Can
Tfc 5 tnUs thl'I i E
I lene torches will cut the a-e'1; I IJIrCALL 9249 : :
diMfnfcwkdtuia <>f Marti iit Play Precipitation into pieces-great steel GKVPK: Jl'ICK..Iill.I ((: :((9r[) t FIU'IT( ; (COCKTAIL; ) I 13rs :
.tl1S. t! Tidal Last :21! hours 0 ins. j nut-s.. if it is possible to handle +'; Before NOON SATURDAY for Pick Up or Delivery : : : !: : o.I :: : ; :! : $

;'Total this month 0.34 ins. them that way. Otherwise I It 7'., 7'"/,,. (tut 7., Take Out : ..... .: .::. :. .. ... .. :. ... .
I f l"b has'UkiHi month 1.62 ins. I
Tl>r -puhli > >nrsia : Oefieie-mv this I t
I after layer of steel will be t BAKED CHICKEN Assorted Buttercrust
) a new lei/l sn rid stamp Total this year 459jinsExtvss ; moved ay.r'l : 1t uI'' ". MIn I \ inn'ss/\r.
Third Anm\-rsar> I 9.70 ins. TWO SIZES I DINNER ROLLS $
Itofvinrvfi the j > this year
.' I
After the Peaks Island
of' theR..pui.t..<. Drpii.ted is a I Relative Humidity t Stuffed with Dressmi I Fresh CocoanutMACAROONS 4
are dissembled the chunks will'be MIRACLE WHIP 29'T
I youthful>, wnrki-v with pad.Q'j 8:30 a,.m.M ': moved about a mile on trucks Pint of Giblet Gravy 4 /1'1/1; Jm'
hand. In thl.1 1 hat kgi'unit can br I| ". I| to a dock. The dock was espet I i t I Jelly Filled = $

aces a train .Ifaiiu.mp airplane BarometerSea I ally built by the Army duringthe /. I t S3.95 and S4 s5 LADY FINGERS :
anal ee.glahtel: I Thl- .imp is 'im.ivt' ( Level). 8:30 a.m. ": i Ul1f ,K :: '
war to facilitate landiRcof/. I ( ( I//- .5 ""'/.() inCOOKIES ER.S 1h1PEIESERVE
fwrfurattd. and. has nil edh i iI | 30(Ht ins -1015,9 mhs.I I the giant weapons A steel lighter i E 40c Doz. 3

la.i king I I I Tomorrow's Almanac will the junk across the .
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7 Isis I
Sunrise 651am Out
II $
i I harbor and it will be sent by rail _
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ha' j..u..1 t h.- uttt 33 Tukr'lief
Curara" a Sunset 5: pmi ::
to the Bethlehem Steel C( npan\ Rich Home-Made ;j
ful nt'1II si ..1.11)0.. ..in,j po..t..lsdrdlcat. i Moonrtse 3:3.'>a m. I Top Quality Flaky Crust ...
.... t,. Its I tlild t \\..\fart'IIIIICIIJ' I Moonset 3.25 p.m. for melting$3,000 Per Charge. ( POTATO SALAD I FAMILY SIZE I'll i M) J IM; IMH Ml ,IU(>\

pigi. ": III, re- i I t 45c Lb.
I Informed !
sources say it would PIES
...--- 1' I I. ttx (".<'nM.mip TinES ... 21e 39 ('
I cost $3,000 to fire one of the great J
I .-. Co, I (Naval Base) : guns being reduced at the Peaks Creamy Cole Slaw Butter Pecan .75 : #
i i"i in 'h..llnltll's.< Tomorrow fortification. Each Ib inch shill!! 30c Lb. i .
I 1 I I I Hot Mince .85 -
(Eastern Standard Time) would carry 840 pounds of pow
iI..1. t I.\'I mi.t hut'lln \bein a- \ High Low der.The ; e .
inert 7.:23! p.m. 12:53 a.m. steel turntables on whit h DUFFY'S TAVERN ; ;
7O! p m 12:46 p m. the guns rest will be removed . * *

C 1 ':: tl I ,part t. i 1 lands of( the last of all, and the air compressing t 600 TRUMAN AVENUEPEAMAN'S $ IMMi "" 1 -'i'r

i ,, i The term "fifth column" was machiner which was intended .. ........... ME 7:5::
klllUttoflIturtofc.apn. "t tt.t! 1<'i the Con first used in the Spanish Civil to operate the weapons is also ... 4-.-. -- .A..AA..A..._ ... 1 <.* u.n'} m HIT)
..1 .1..lu.ns Isisappeal I War of the 1930s. to be taken away. Only thin * * *
I whuh will remain to mark the
.. the The de ,
n lainp.. I itional, Fueharistic Conference atI place where millions of doll.n-
nmninati and > loi-i aitirnU ti hh''CJUft ::; S1 'a" SKINNED
I Porte' Ale re with a 120 crueiros were expended with no return m !
10 ttnts <.11\,'. 10 i'
plus / red airmail stamp In the war service will be the i,1111011flaeed
plum. IS i orange red 12'7 a plus I center of the stamp is the Eu- t...n.Tt.I emplacementsSoon $
:30 r urt-rn 30 r plus JI) r broun. iiharutii: einbkui naturewill! hie'.. then i I "I : ,. _). ;,. .' tlAMS Whole or Shank Moll lb. S9c
.Ift r |I..Iu. H c blue art, 23 i plus| I
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Key West I.argent, LAI";:s' !M'ES'.Ad' GRADE "A" DRESSED
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r.- Warsaw < .N.(' Hoc
ttat I lMli Winiaiv ..fla Pleb anti'T i Paul J. Sher I : 1 NAGQUFOWL

........ 1M. I..ist I-t .a flew lb. 65cSIQO
duty p.*a*' >4aiiip brarinK I
taw liki-nrs. of Pusuhiit. n .1."- i iI. '
Uw U.. t ut featuresFuslrion's > iA. &t"JuM,
$ W

I.p..n, lion j" i I..f I".ui q RBbs of Beef lb. 39
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..11"\i SfW ? SS3Hinl I J 1/ .Jqe I '' i If you will!' Just I pay MS visit you' w'0li_ as soon i ACO i
I=aadle' $1t .eaMai }I :Y'v7 1 ao y'u enter our store thdt YOUR CHRISnIAS lb. ;!!
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563.85 Hrier brat this are Fall.two ways to be (a-hton- yg SHOES T ::2 .
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