The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00261
 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 27, 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: UF00048666:00261
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: Ebanks: Murdered Is

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I I Finding Of Jury As

Tutu' / .\' '(''' / .(/ I It Releases Roberts

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I A ct'roncr's jury at 12:30 p.m. today returned a verdict holding
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iI : that Henry Chisholm Ebanks was murdered and that there was insufficient .
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I I 1: I IOuirn : evidence to hold Tom Roberts. Homestead.
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I I Roberts who was held in County Jail without baiL was immediately -
w.r trnnin.'l' f- J- .1 t IM| > I I
released. He was the last witness called before
\N-twl ..t killing ...p.urt-d : l i I laiiahrtlt.I)1'IIt11 :| )! j jl I I I under Peace Justice Roy Hamlin. jury
can ."I IJ\.n W' I" hinged I
day in l I.indsherg> prison II l (OUT \\"....k. I I'lo I The verdict of the jury held thai Ebanks was killed by personor

sIn.' t'.< nnddh,. of I last persons unknown for the money which he is known to have had
117 men hay.. !...n t>x...tlted I 1":1\' Fnr\: \ .; : with him before his lifeless: body was found in Overseas Highway

19.n': It t...i bUnited -.tF st Marathon a week ago.
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war limits killirit, n 11':010: ...n"rn"IIoMn l Seit'T1lAMPTON.. Nov 27Line ] the investigation: into the
w ..1 Th. .i-" ..f 4t\ and t' II'' ,: fi officials s-.ni t.Kiiv ,!..;ithif the 11! .vear-old cit c.1
r ,... : ? (On} Xnujs ..r Gr., ;,
I J! n n i 01',11I"i ; undo i i that Cayman a British poi-
d* Eupcuted for slaying I t tan mole. than a week in :sail Paths Pln new developments it might g:- t
American airmen were ni !x.t.lust of tne strike of the : ) : ihinrAt vouH be turned over to the jut.i .
Karl Adam Kirschner eastn seaboard long&horeim! R-.bt-rtis blue.eyed with I..j I Ihair
bert Hammer, both 40: .: n. 'In'ti: i ,101 I I I'ist night slightly gray told his Jobl'i
n tht tinted: Slates will Jcavi
Baumann. 36 a ( at (',itv' Mill th. Xm.i. Rill't in a aim VOice. He spoke 5"4" J
liceman and Andreas I ti,iiKiitow I for New York despite itru i: Ci>mn"ilt,.r h"L,:jn pn'pat:ition and told In considerable d<.t tul
,Ictu..al. of longshoremen to fin.' its annual! \ni.i ti and .
brand. 46.. a Nni party te the how he had /Rotten money toj* tl!
--: I|: I \v ""I I ik ny ti'time in putting all OJR- 'i! p'oxi'-ion fof tovs to tne poor er to come to Key West to hu"
i'i children of the city who otherwise old batteries, and told how h<
aboard the
r iiil i Ie '' a insult it was said that Committee will! ;.1 I Iso provide foodI athon Drug Store.
some baaaaRe probably will be i 1 I baskets for famihc distress 'II
in Roberts was questionedfully <'.11'<
rjtIlaIiIIg( I ; : :: i left behind and put aboard a ;1 Glenwood Sweetirtf; Chairmanof by W. Curry Hams. a... t

I I :ship sailing later. the Committee1 iequests: all ant state's attorney who tui'i tpp,
'In' New York longshoremen .
During) This 1 p>is ns having toys broken 01 man that he was not I.'Omp.J1.. I
; I ate voting< today on whether 01"n..t otherwise that would like
they by law to make any statement' i .
; to ratify the agree.nententered to donate to make
some poorchili and warned him that anvthm
\ 1..1.t : nf $4021)in( ; ;:: I into bv then leaders and i happy. to please take them he might have to say world bused .;:,
I 1M' ''I."f!' .issued by : ( I ship owners It was said that the t<> Eat 1 Ingram at No. 1 Fire against hi 'nun the cn
I,. t Et: rol l V. Sawyer agreement likely will l be accepted .
i I' 'I i I St-tion "i' phone 271 and they criminal prosecution was msary (i---
ih. I ittk These ( I! and the men will return to will be picked up. .

).'i'i'i I I. ,IN-U('d 1 ) I II !!, w 01'k tomorrow''). I I| All pet,sons knowing of dis- Roughly his story was as to-!
1.. Pm! Msgr. X)5 Du\al |, (San Francisco reptv: ted that I tee sed families needing" asetst- lows:
Ii. th! .. '. tru,'tion of 1 longshoremen tin the western i iioa.st
t i a ( alll-e. please conta--t Paul G. Al- .
I Told of giving: Ebanks a ilnn;
,ba'. I 1o"lollnl, at heat of : will vote tomoirow on the I '
d 7 bury. City Re 'i eaU m Director.t of whisky from a bottle lit,11 I IEbanks
T.I W B Hansi-n for proposal to settle tmst..kr., andLiddeil bv letter or postcard. Kivinx *
h* left in Ms trot
.f frame that the term alm...t te!'1- aweek
ti t.fl.
? a r ; name and idkirrss of nee person before his death toM h'>A
., .. I .mlv will Ito l latilHtl bthi
nI I garage in Flasler : <>i photr.e 271 and give all
wa. paid by Robert Mil.
.t I ..f tllOOl wniknieru) .
into' it.i> .
m nMis b..thto.-tn.I. of Dana WI .. .
'i'n i \\ilinn, M<> !: I ,, Ezmg'it 1 the Navy Wivtson opiratttr of the Marathon Dt
; to
'ICitv<: l Files Suit <(' '.n ILi' (Iii I'it. .. )*'".flnom' > Sloe ;
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Told how he asked: Ebank f..:
Wall! Street I 01Againsl
/ : I I a i $50 loan to br used in the p / 1 Stale .h-is ..load batteries: told h'-,
Ebank_> said ht would let him'
More Hears I I ( I Su.tot"n.,1 I 'in Cir-uit have; $:!!). but said he had turnI I
:it down because the
sum s ?
Court yesterday bv the City <>f
: bit small
nv tow: AnD H. SIMSThr !!I : ; Key \\et against tin Stat. ,>.f. Tile. how Ebanks 'Kist shootS2.t
loridrf bt seek v.lid.tl..n i >r tI! .cFR
Citizen Washington I sewer revenue ,..'rtifu' it<.s that s i+ : at slot machine and pun hnerd
WASHINGTON !' I ZO I the >"I I games" in a Marathon 11't.IUlilnt. -
the city wants to issue in sum FqSHOPPING
,. I 5I .. told of how Ebanks fin
If'l i it': lifts been the of h5WIO t pay the balance I due J
l .Ii'1 had won $17 or $18 on .iI
,Imvio' to u close many 21,i on the sewers! amt I the si v de
-I I:1 t machine told how Ebankst
f.w., tho lecent I : l) l Ul[ disposal facilities h DAYS .d ,
I' 1 ,, t tI i paid $5 down on a $25 w..I. I h
tt.i inaikct didn't net I I The ('Itso"'k in its ptit' >n
i 70 /
bought the
In rrst.iaint
same :
I know autnot.ts! b' i IU'' ti": : J :
I" .1, '11- h..1 I .moth< I 71 i I ILL CHMSTMASBOAT ., !
I per tent: s t \\i re.enutt t i
pttL1., : "II'pl. I l n: i l fates The suit \\ ,is It'd i ,i hC"t T..J'I I I how he! had finally q..n
I I : i t:r Ebanks to the FlaminRo l him
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t n 111 3.) :[ :Ulormv M l,n.t..11.,1 I : .In: '
1 "f t :irathon.! .he l
hilt I 1'lt
I I .I r H. ,11 : : the pit.'i'>nv i- .Ogre": *h\ :\1.\1.I
;I I' 10 "t, t.-' '!; ; : -III 1 I A :M;nil: .m i i,1:1':: LUMBER t Ii'.I.i around I a. m Satun'' .
i t t 'i H' 1Vhitr ], I 43: i i -.- tale I i how he drove his truck h ,. "
: : | t" RIKX; Dock and of b
11 I' .1 nut. foit ( 651 I'lln5I' : u. going
I 1 l ii71U\' NK II \11:1.1HIt: I! { ) .1.! .<'p there until about fi.. t"S.tut.iav

.............. .11t | l l 72 : TICKET OFFICE TELEPHONE 816Casa
i I I : | :. !, 28.; Toll .,f c,.ttinK $20 from | ....
Palace I ; | : i 801 ALL AIRLINES A' JI..p.' anti Sit from ant-t'.I I.f t
1t I JOHN PAYNE and I| I j I ;: 79 I ., ,n1 -.l t Kmu: "I tickk. tubs l of I h. .
JOAN CAULFIELD i ; I 1 i iI j: i4: I p iVMrav%; BB BM iH* KH BHl I IM: t-.I I shown S72 to rhiiil: .

"1.11tr.11"News :: i i 1 i I : I t i : Sit: I PRICE TOURS Cayo Hueso .(. )'un h, ask.H him for th.. I I. m
and ShortsOffering I | / l | I 1'I 76 I all ve..i./ '(""n\lIIl.lI'd i On (Pant r,"u..: ;

... ( ) : ; 42 i Will Feature 'vcry Sunday -- -
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i I 61 : Stdr.irq Tomorrow'
I i i ; :)1 'I MIAMI KEY WEST SunddY. Nov 28 RAUL'S CLUBON
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; TELEPHONE 6 I Buffet Dinner
Truckinq i j I i :: ; Ike: .
Big:/ Donee Tonile;
FURNITURE MOVING |. I ; 'i t' i i t -17 I %.'tl llarjnrmri Serving Starts dt 6:30 P.M.

GENERAL I, ; ', 311 ,I Minim. I'tin: s.. H,., 2 10:00 P.M. TO 2!00 A.M.
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i l : i : );. S2.25 Featuring the
f pry Load Fully ,
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Island CityTransfer i : I : : l< i il : \ I II l.0 DIFFERENT FHFNCHf DEBONAIRESAdmission
't I 0 3 OFUVRFS: by Nadou .
SOc Per P
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-. I Wifi Regular Order of Roast DOOR PRIZE. Of
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: Fun SALE I or Fish and Vpq"tabksD PHONIUllll :
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1946 Plymouth. 2.Doori
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i 1946 Ford V-8. Convertible -

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... ::0. ,.", ) : : ; :; 1941 Chrysler. 4.Door.6CyIinder .

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Given Away I I 1941 Studebaker. Coupe
1940 Plymouth. 4-Door

: I I I I 1940 DeSoto. 4-Door

J II 1949 Studebaker., z-ton ,,", \- 80(11'.lI.: ( ( .
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Iour Friendly/
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'. (Clje! i\rylUcnt (Citizen WAY TO LOSE VOTES. .. I Radio Programs ,t i iI aUDl1IIIIU1U1IlIoumm/nllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllDlI r/ !! : < : -t

..... .01'..... I.., ........ ...... bI | Key West I In [ [)
r '''1i'. 4'--.. ... ............ Newspapers are still trying to determine By Tb? Associated Press _
,.." .. 'HT."\. a...e..r.u... & 13'
I i the cause of Dewey's' de' Gone
., what was I Days ByAS
C..... . .- l > i r T. NETWORK PROGRAMS
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-. r N S \\.t T.JHin NOBLE
(etr \ EMILY
... feat.' Yesterday' John Pennekamp associate r.-e .1 eastern standard. YVi,... BY
.. ..... .... TAKEN FROM FILES
._ I t. cI.r" .un ".ur. f.r ., feafvrn_
.. editor of the Miami Herald in his I ,.. ... New"
"tastadad btract tS
) a' p.. < w ... i r i& .. r.i r:... m It. I OF THE CITIZEN OF
I I IOS'I $O'C loul .ta. SI $"."'. C .l'f '
in that quotes: parts of letter NOVEMBER 27. 1333 { cd hgf'.t'.y.:: Yk.w I
.! .VJtM:: .. nil ..- .11:" .Hf." column peper. I .e..r c' .r.lay..... tI .t SoaL cIsli.Iie.I ... CHAPTER 9 I 'You krv -v vu, -: -. t rta/.y:: ;k." '
I Last m. pnt..m CII5SI c. '
f+. I- .. ".:) .Mltle to nuniiuuuunuiiuuniuimuwunmiuiniuunuiuuiiuiErnest You'' 1vcy..J
A..t..l .v !
.. .. .. .. *.. ..rM"lM that Financier E. F. Hutton wrote to ".. t. ,,,cl..CU.. want to marry rr.e.avne.
... I. r > .r..M I .1sSt- OSALlt1 %'f!t the nc.ghocrhoodA. : : ; ani! that: IO't; I I I She pushed him; away :: lY,
r.4 war.t to help r-:.e-
.. --I t .n Ih a p.p.r. : R :
r < -r.4 novelist.
.... tIN )ore'' ". .., .. I .f. Dew-v during the campaign appealing to Hemingway .!:.. JtJ n-.u:;,'n: c.s tei.ngan : trie sa-T.e, at a!:. Yea ft'-l I_must ,,, "Ion.)' kr.oAI fr...T.a ;-JJT' .
--- him to come down off his: high plane stop SATURDAY, NOVIMIIR 27 and Mrs. Hemingway who ar- :> :.e- "ti.jhe vas go.ng. If need, help because I r.ebarn a. a>s futr.er: I wo..;idn: t rrjrry: : y .
,.. .. ... tit...., H1KsI. ... I....'.. i rived Wednesday in New York her going 'oil to be married hadbeen dependent on sorneon-" I IJ He drew her to hi r :05! and puthis

.. ., ::::.. --::..I1t: using "constructive' platitudes" and talk to O3-N.w. Broadcast I _b. I from Spain are due to be in Key j jI j abrupt tfis>was far more so. i I think every woman shouldbe : arms aao-t: her. "Yvu cunThold

".,.. ....1tm &..... the people in the language they under- .Vtwicitt E>trjr l>ay-cb: West on Saturday to occupy their All anyone knew this time was dependent on someone.:' ,I yourself to a j.romuae like
.. Sl5. 1. A Song Show_be she with i'
that have
oft taxi f
-. I home at Olivia and Whitehead wee,* in a softly. "I was that shouldn't gone away;
:5- port* P.b..tT.ke < She laughed very '
: stoud. Wayne K.her-anl! him looking with him even for
... a Number-iDbc-wtt. streets. Their sons Gregory and I ;: sure of it. And I only want to be acd: left you an
.) i1I.I1Ai I41.. "constructive is (:1S-Rellr'-oa In Ncw_b. wobbly after being "beat up" by I want toI hour."* *
-4. .. lI4sspresis ..,... Hutton's platitude; LAk 'SJCc.s* Ucroo-cbJO I Patrick are expected to arrivetomorrow. Joe Monahan-and didn't corr.e independent Wayne. I -Why did you go. Wayne?" She
I have to
i ii I make own way.
,.ii, r. not a well chosen term. Dewey' !said' -The :SBC Srmpb m7-abfxyrOr back. I now. Mothers my pension died with looked straight into his eye*

wawmej .- S. f tI *NkS _.eItISS. nothing that one could put his finger on.Dewey Harry WUmcr Sports gp-cb rt*-aiDiiic ; Tnere wa no wake at the empty: her. I have mo' 'n way to "You knew he was going to try
"L- .."* "I' .' I I' .t, .tla beS iluaie-..icb.-... i Howard Lowe first assistant I flat and Cora Meeghan was. I I make.:' j to buy me elf. You know he believes .
.. f *; .5 '.- words in True or F.Is.-mba-wtst buried "from undertaking I' buy him
together meaningless an his can
fAIl strung i parlor i oney
i ,... i ', .- h.. troBj I keeper at American Shoals IIght- "You came out to California: to '
,. .. 5:45-News: : and ColDmeatar7eNJack i as Mrs. Harrigan said with | anvthing: be wants.: .____
t '.. .5LMpPoYtMt2tTl .. generalities. That kind of talking or BeaU Comment-*b. house has been transferred to :' shame and frustration in her ; marry-me. You weren't thinking, j His lips were quicK. -.w i new
700-Mj Fa..orlt. Huaka6-d I lighthouse on Sanibel 1 Island. of but me then-no' -'pn "
writing does not create an idea in the mindof .. voice. True. there was a church anyone he couldn't bay1.. i
r>ani. J nnbHavaii H01lr-ak DcI I
j The change takes effect on service but the body was almost-Joe Monahan. I She pushed him away firmly:
Caia! 3oIutclam
... the listener or the reader. A :speaker 7.30-VIc Damon:. Show_beVautbn > cember 1. sneaked away to be buried in the''! He added Joe's name with precision !-> "You also know that he did. li

must be concrete and definite in his statements Monroe Ban4Neva -<'". local opinion. alie fairly slpped: as if he had been leading was the first thing he must have
:: ; :; Croadcaat mb... I into the church and out., and what 'up to it. She faced him steadily i told yo' 1

for listeners to know what he means :4S-Mel' Alien SpcrtabES.03Hollywoo4 i I The charter committee under made matters worse. Wayne Kah-I I'as if she: were prepared too. |1 He caught her qtrckly: agaaJ
Theater the chairmanship of H. E. Day.
neither -ma ler was at her side all the time. "As a matter of fact I was "All that is past and out there
concrete It
and Dewey was nor Sire Afaia Wuu-cbiKamcua
will hold its final meeting
< /"ma J Jurv Tnalbe Those who went were mostly ,, thinking of h.m trim far more We're here, now.Ve dor/t nee
,ilffinite. A dozen men could have taken a Tventy Uueitioaa Qal*-BB. morrow night. after having to-I the curious and they saw Joel';'than I am now. I hadn't found his money. I can earn what wa'

I his I:>0 Truth. or eo..qDCM viewed and suggested changes to Monahan standing alone almost: him out then." i ii Ii need arid we can live well tooj"
paragraph of of speeches to try to
any AmaalDc Balueto-abo I out of sight at the back. j could needn't thnk he can ,
Lire Becica at 10-aoba St. the city charter. They saw i I lIe reached out so he He go on
ii h--rmine what he41:' driving at, and .oo-Hit Parade. Sinatra-BV* Rosalie and Wayne pass him both touch her hand without trying to;- holding me down forever. Now
Winner Take AU-cba afternoon I ways without glancing at him. ,. hold it. "Are you still! furious at give me a good kiss and tell mayo
would have reached Saturday a .
t-very one of them a Gang Busters Draica.-abUabrel I And the next day when they triedto him because: he punched me? Tm''! love me."
different conclusion. : Heatt.r-mbe telegram was received by Chairman call on the girl with condolences -, not. Perhaps I deserved it. I have I II "I dcn't love you. Wayne I .)1.1OU
ron KEY WEST t:1S: -I. T-.DT Ron Show-rcb: Bervaldi of the county commission r
I she was not only not there. i I to bear in mind that you were \- for five thousand dollar
ADVOCATES: BY THE CTTIZEM t Nothing Dewey said from the beginning t:30 it-Judy Pass Carova to Be Ur.oraatcba Sbow-nb. I informing him that the I but the flat was for rent and an I probably very fond of him--once. heeded that much for a frcsai !

to the end of the campaign either W.'...t.a My Name tc Public Works Agency had approved auctioneer was taking away the Long ago. of course." I II i start. Now I-I have it." .
I U.., Loubardo Shew-mba ,f the awarding of the con- few sticks of furniture which he I She sate straight her hands lie took her hand. but merely
liar KoUU and educed agreement or stirred up opposition., 10.00-Dtnnim Oars Day-nb. had obioue1y. bought for next to kissed it lightly without taki.-t'
1. Apartment Hon e Town Reu"l..u-cb.: tract to S. C. DiiConstruction I Jin her lap. "Will it do a:1)good

:.. Bw ch and Bathiac PaviUon.a. He tried to please everybody and pleased AVtiiz \JuaoOt.c Company for repairs and an addition nothing. I.I to tell you .everyone. thought. I his You eyes think off 'hers.I'm weak and de-J

AirpwTU-Land an4 S... ntbudHutton implored him and his chief 13.30 Cn.caco-Orand Tfaeater 01. OPI'7-.ba-aaba to the county courthouse. ROSALIE sat with her back to was engagea: I: was to mm going until West i announced tomarry pendent on my father don't 70U?"

& C.aawHdition of County a&d to reply in cJt'ancutwith 3d.. tary BaI.-be: against which .the.., VU'hen I came back I "Yes.:" '
City GvTrrnmcata campaign manager u.).va dseduwu-ab. I Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and rain streamed in a steady fashion. I tried' to tell the truth but hewouldnt I I "You're frank aren't you,
ft. CemmuaJty Auditetium language no loop holes in it, to several 11:00: :s.- News.., Variety.'ft \\.rlet-.t I !bra." -cl: >sNe i son. John Jr., arrived today Wayne was sure he had neverseen i let me."" ling! ?" a'ihavetobe.Franktoyouani

: ..s and Dance Hour-*MKwm'a from Miami to visit: relatives and anyone quite sc beautiful as I Wayne crossed his legs. "It is{ :
President Truman
!statements .. she silhouetted the "
,,- a Kr** ia'-mt was against he myself
I II I friends in Key West. only to be !suspected t
I had made but for a reason that i is not hardto : U:3a-L'acc. BasS Sbowa-me a gray light. He drew a long;::: deep'i would be against me. I'm the out- "Do you know Father was hig1! ,
12 00-Dar.cicc; ; CcBtlnaed_b -.... breath and made a slow gesture. {I "* 1'ly impressed with you "

I find neither Dewey nor his manager did i Albert Saunders left this "Do you realize how beautifulyou I I I i sider."\\ arc both outsiders now," i "Of course he was. lie expet'te4!|

MONOC.UMMITlir : ; what Hutton had suggested. That reason, I morning for Miami for an intended are when you are very se- she said slot ly.If he would:: hnve tT pay me more

I NETWORK PROGRAMS ] stay of a week. rious' You haa madonna-Ifok ', !- eye f. ,--.ed: t' lif"Trier. then: he d.d He d.in't ur.derstaaj;.
.. was because Dewey and his campaign that "
It..d.- I against rain-splashed Win- will I I :1'.t.
rr.- T.OW
Tune i I. casters .,........ ft'ti ... I '' yi rr--y .l "
T..... < .itiirii' t- a m..tIrn l dtutto i manager entertained unshakable confidence i'aIata.d. ...I sobiratI. .... "_'. I.. I ImeuriCir Mr. and Mrs. Clem C. Price dow. ,'' i.i ul'in''i : ,- \ .t. .1..1.I '. j R-.f'; ''i..rr.2.: I GT. : under-
I Standard. Sibiraci i.e I I and Walter who had spent | She shook her head. "Madonna I J r. : :' :. .. .: ? .t t.:: : _
........ information V..u tun tell u- and I that Dewey would be elected easily.As ........ ""' scat,' .t....... .eaee I son. holidays with is aey: M-rivus word with me." ,r. ,.:. ..;: : : .:: .I :J.---j: .h
Thanksgiving '
lair af tit .. .. the .
relay te loriS sxkt .1.! 5 .
!I th- ..-., ]" in Kt"Y Representative Hartley Republican Last minute regram (cnmiti ..... Mrs. Price's mother. Mrs. E. HI "I 1 am being very serious I sit : : -' -
.r ll trll linot | 'I'| net be incikfed.SUNDAY. i I batons you to marry me:' D.ti c4. .. : '. \T. II" COlnwu.dj

....... of New Jersey' and co-sponsor of the Meres. in Tarpon Springs the returned -. ___ _n __ _----- .- -- -.-
I this morning on .
THE ORACLE Taft Hartley law said two days after elec NOVIMBIR 1< steamship Cuba. I II -- -

tion. Dewey sought to give the impressionhe Aft.,.... 4

t:00-Airerica United. Talk I Miss Fortuna Lopez daughter. I T
had been already elected. Because of ,... :
Commeotanr ''of Mr. and Mrs. Aquihno Lopez ; T Tuf
To Be
that confidence. Dewey and his Cuntlnudabccews .
WORLD deadly
MUST WE FEED THE : Commentary-mba who had been in Miami on .

advisers thought that all that 1:1S-Opinion Commentary-eta I returned yesterda;.
was neces- ( short trip. ji Ii j '
K Ji-or at Hoire-abc : ________
If._, Kumper Fops| in th.. United !gary' for him to do was to keep the cam :News Bfoalka.ot-.t>
1JO.-Calcaro P.oundtats-al. i Today The Citizen says .n ..nI

ll > thf world. paign on an even keel to be sure nobody Ten It Agala: ..... &a.. ....t..r tn-r"1 o >v* r S..lIda".a.te I

xvould be offended. That goal was; attained s"1Ugtg Canarita-mbs i "A new phonograph needlt:
..... .*# Mill million-. ptoupl.'ith nut 1:41-Tb. Mualc Bos-mbi> I will, play 2.000 records without

--.II to rat and th.lIrld in 1048 UIMM !. and many votes were lost thereby. 2OG-Flr.t"'-.t"al Piano of Sor.g Quartet-cl.W .. -eb changing. Many will hope the.' I

.. .. ...,. .....d. le..* fiber and only A.r eric Forc.Around Showmba2.30Unloeraity World-ab. neighbor.won't find this ou': I
Give a beggar five times and he' will :
.stl1 IMr. forent ,product than it did Theater-cba '
be i furious and perhaps insult if You Are There-eta.
you you
.Ibvfejre 1Mar.. Mr Prepd.llt-abc! .1r( '
turn him down on the sixth call. This News: Veterans' Pact I-a-be: J s..1
Thepi. art the conclusion* of the Food 1.00T.. PhCbarnronic.
writer paid to a local beggar 25c a week News Bro.dca.t-.be
sad ArrimHure Orranization of the I SlunIc! Broadcast-mba
for an entire year and then when he excused 3:15 Fuure of America-ate | BIRTHDAY
l...... ....... whkh ban jurt L .*ued a 3:30-One Ban'. F.mlly-robe I
himself for the first time the beggar
_.. feed *urvv.. At the? present rate Jui Treasury me,: Jory S'M-abe-mts ; By (W) Newsfeatures I

.I, "*-"rtiua. barrintr unfavorable wealth- went away muttering ini Ted :Ma'.rne! Talk-a be _
". Ik. p Nif4"* of Europe and the Far East H... .* .t )I'UJ-IIOt.a I DWIGHT PALMER G RIS .1 ', _.
BASIC PURPOSE OF EDUCATION $-Johnny Thompson So"s-a WOLD born NOT. 27. 1893. u
will i in about I95v.: get about" much to 4:30:: -News, ; Uvlcf 1M*-Eba j I
Harrison. Neb son of a :n' MHi
-- saywav to Mat ... (&.> did .bvfoTf the* War. Auditionsabetat.tia i teader WhtJ) n'Antd. the : .'. n i 5
There is quite a vogue on the part of bI&tar.as-mba- ', ; ::4r:
TW first stouA'! ;
camplkation of food data call 8OO = :
-Jare Pickeca" Show -nc _
educators and social-minded individuals: Bob (J. Lewis Show- -s graduate ol tuUniversity : .
to five factor* which stand out Quiet Pleaae Draica-aba _
to urge the schools of the nation to give Shadow JJrmt. > -
'so. ;
.,:< -1- #
I. world Min') : 5.30-8cb :MerrU! Concert-cb. Nebraska: r. < -' :: > -

< 1)) War damage in Europe and more time to current problems so that ,Strike"... r.ter It Spy RkII-cts!" :Drama_afca got his flirt: : : HIS MERRY SUR L E S MOB I L {:Maj. Donald C. Surles of Cisco Tv. sees biarlibts ;

Ad students may have a firsthand knowledge 4-ic< :.. as a Fii li-a.I af .a.a cleik :nonk. from what he calls his Surlesmobilr He built the machine in Japan; at a cost of about $ .QOQ..

was un"r..lltima ; of the problems that confront democracy. ,,si.. ; He \\ u.- ., i Push buttons open and close doors A jeep engine furnishes powertnv
(21 Inflation h ,. been .
more perloh&-
00 sergeant on U-- j .
-Carbolic Radio S.rTlcbe
\Ve believe that the suggestion i is, in -
t*.l tau at first' anticipate] ; The Fa.I:, Drama<-eta Mexican b. : -1
:News Cu:>;n:ent-abc I
the main. beneficial but there is some dan- Key Rcgers ho.-mt. derfldi.v.itenont. i Interesting NotesDoYouKwirTluiz
(S. The ubift of wmlth an a result of ; f I Record
ger that the idea can be ox-er-xvorked. After I.5-New.:: SummaryabcS.30Ozze then u .
tbs war has placed m..a.*t production anda.al and Harriet bll the1 I 5'.r1t.\ : ; zt- t.Ct: t:., -j"; :M0tr' :' Cl'. ;r., ,,,,G.!'!!! t(1I ,u-, .
all. the baic of education for I'r.-y FatS! Concert cLareaest ptaln In
...o.>y in th- Western HemLphere.' purpose tOry-.t.c te: .ct.. :.,.t..;lt- I : -i l I-.t p.i'o.;: w""aD."t' :: ..nd tver; EAST LANSING.: :: : ; :M.coF: )-
minors is not the solution of current prob- N Lk Carter. D."U\'e-rr.t. Cw. ht P. Critweld f f. : ,t \V o r 3 dW.it I I :t'ig..i: i'I'-t' S .': E..: .;::.. :ri 1 1I duck: tan <.tt r.traUbeak.; .-
which !leave the nations without ]rr.T.v: c. ;..n-: M.in.gun, State
food and .
7.00-Jack Benny Sbow-ule Ar- nt.'.\ >pdper caee: : i ientf ihe ;I rr.wdit; ; ,, \vhth -. !I
: tu.n n: ::1
lems. It i is designed to acquaint childrenof a o.i.tr; t -.
: Show-cbs CVi.fCt- \ <,/>:..nt( "u..l h. is be-
aspe$ aIM>> without money to. buy them : Go ;r.'W; ., Qu'.j-ato -r. 'ht -t.tc legislaturtcarm :. I -
this generation with the basic facts of Shelc-ck H.:ir.es-robs j Einnng r.. 2"tr.:: svciM; n with the
1940 and
..1.) Political independence in lo\v-in- 1.30-Phl: ar.d Aice: -nbeArr.cs gf. : nor .n The Cuikoo; i> .1 conti: rr.td, By British: luxv. ;under an act I national i-namps; and two Olyicp-
their civilization that they in turn. head >! tn,' ml\ln: to Greece
..... coantries has brought demands forHBpmvetl so may i CarceKse and lia.l Andy-cbs Music-ate 1947.: th""l I egg thtl: % passed when Geuge: IV was :Spartan giappUHe: has ninerliIuoniall'hi.ln.p

living stumUrds andS ue the fundamentals for judgement upon Oabre! Heatter StowiotaS king a Roman Catholic cannot 1 :, and two Oiynr.picwrestlers

: their own problems.We -Charlie:, McCarthy-Bbc The robin is still caught f<)r' serve as regent of the kingdom:: I.i i ij I. to his l'l edit.
< > I Sail Static AtSentiirCscbiSZD < : If ILL ) (fl SMILE?
Recalling the
fiMKl-shortageu I food on Continental Europe.
the Music: QuabeTe : --- --
must not overlook the fact that i
the' war. governments and people are a :Mediatica: Ik.rd-mti. I I II I I j Adultry : ank..common ; .- or th' t f' :tn The Sp-.r.ard5 shipped the

"tM wraj* a new interest in food supplies.The I child. born in this modern 'age, is unac- 1-30-<.:Fred: p Marlowe Alter C"'IIecSII"ep L'rama.-cha Ij j I Accustomed To It Residents of a Welsh villagesay iuur.d;: :' r 'i.', a-e. f rirst' tobaicout of America in

quainted with the past and the vast fieldsof Under Arrest-rats their town has the longest' ______ 'J 1531:;)
of the United '.00-:Kerr Go P'nund-nt She: "It's wonderful-marvelous -
expert* Nations Or-
world Llan-
I place name m the The Atlanta: i.M human intelligence which have becomea iie.ea Hayes Theater: -tts
ranizatiofl realize that they cannot make Swr.day Jo.irnal-abc; : I called Jake a fathead. and I i fairpwllgwyngyllgogei r n c'I.the lowest c... .:u ate m the ,yyyyyyyyyyy-'p.ys-yyyVYYV'
part of human thinking. Moreox-er the Secret Jim.on Drama-mti he never flinched! I .
the rob 'lIllantv. JhogogOlOCh.I : tr.t- .. .. d.\ STRONG ARM ERAND COFFEE
: .n '
ffnvernments of the world do anything .: _Ho;:ywood. ComiceLt-ate Her: "Oh. of course not! In j country :>i.T.!
about the child is not trained in the use of his or her '.30-Altom: Familiar: Mosic-ob. I j has the hJ.::.nii -:
situation but they want to Our :oi.,5 Broo -eta summer he's a baseball umpire Must adults TRIUMPH
cannot remember -- --
mental faculties and entirely unpracticed Th-atrr Guild Hour-abe _/ and in the fail he's a footballreferee' I
phw the people of the world the ; The location :; the COFFEEMILL
facts. II..y! wood Comment-mb. "' things that happened before they i ot nt.r._
in the skillful use of the tools of know- I *:**-Twia News four five.A grounds '
Tjjej would like to see a better distribution COlJlr.e:1t-mb.: were or < : v..r'< "p.r.a.' .ir-
ledge. These things must be given the -C.OO-Take I: cr Leave It-cfc North A-: .> :7... : -! .,ri 'j. -
of the supplies of fi od. fibers and for- I.a>n ansI "bnef-cb. s About 34.500.000 or 95 per cent StAll
\' of ,, tt bci.' .- : -' --.>.
oocss c SU-"Imt. thick filled
with h
pupils by the modern school. of tne housewives in the United I glass' t .
ei3ry (product among the various income .30-Horace lieldt Show-aba, :ir.tin--.t ,-t. -. Grocers ,
water track
is more likely to
There i is of little Cabn: B 13 Dran-.a States today do home sewing.
course, objection to -cbs: .
b. ; .. .
in each than thin .. .......
TUHipn country and the output ofetleli Cc'ir.rueBWrv oa Moviea aba Fifty-two and one-half per cent a one. A.
devoting some of the school-time to broad- Mar. gta; :ilooc! *-mts I -- -----
country raised... that are creative sewers who make
food-import- C: .
George Scko'.sky Talk: -ato -
I ------------------------
ing countries can sell other ening the interests of pupils and this may 1:00-".... & Variety; Z hrs.-etc clothing or household .terns: 43 I The word "re*:.u ant" .\ ..-

goods to pay naturally involve consideration of New. *. Var.ety!" D-nc j ars-tt. per cent do mostly mending and ; first used for a Paris ruling P'l'
some ,
Nt'a ar.d D.ic. Bard abc
fur the -
food needed. I :s.... Darce Band. 2 bra.-rcta: darning.: {,i established in 1765

:; The entire report illustrates the new current problems. Certainly a study of :2.CO! -fancies Coctlt,;;ed-abe welt i FOR SALE

attItude that the nations of the world arelading the mechanics of gox-ernment. the\ functioning I LEGALS The land area f''I! Ttx;,.' I> :

of institutions: and the development Your Horoscope i -:. 167.900.000 odd act t:;:. :
to the
problems of the world. Rare-'
of social customs are l\ Tin: t IKI i IT < ..I..r C'I' 1 111: : ____
I Ijr:tn the past has any favored nation con- necessary. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER :|.K1K: >TH JII KII. f IK' I 11.', Princess Elizabeth <>t En:'oJr
27 UITHI: TIII: Uf' 1'1 "H''III 4
rented i itself with the standard of living 1948-If the native of this ,\ "M> IOH Ml."HllK: ISO M t. is. among other thm-; the L. : .
anJ Good manners can be exhibited by a day 1 IN t II\M 1.01. I (If the Most Noble O.der < i It:.- : Wh-IteNEWSPRINTj
'buying power of I less favored groups. would avoid filling the life with f._ %.. I---u. ;;i Garter.
person while driving an automobile. ELMER; J 1-AII.V
-Whether the new interest arises! exrlteivfly sorrow) let him keep the mind J-ljintiff.: j j I _
from repining. Grief comes to 'S Itl\ ....14 bI; ,.
from the thought that. if warn and MARY Lul.tI.P.'II.Y.. I Ii i The total college enrol!r-.ent I II

:em it i L".11 tit have allies among the Whenever that you need advice just remember everyone met with a smile.is much This nature better I iiKur.ii: IH-ftndant..r PI "I.H.'TI'" 1I 1.'' for 194X for the country. ... ;2.-! E

lo 'itandard populations whether anybody can tell you what has plenty of fidelity and na T<> Mary l..uU! lUilx I IS 410.000.
or itrcEirate ,.2 <-!..v.-landr X W.taat..n I
from you ought to do under any circumstances.THIRD tural sympathy: if the good traits .tal". | -

an accelerated" interest in are nurtured. Keep looking ,at T..y ar- h*r-I.) requtr-d'o. ap-i The highest scenic mc.unt..nra&lwav : 500 Sheets

tt3::gwud of mankind is something which PARTY LOSES HOPE the bright side of things.SUNDAY. rear, !.. the liill ..r mpa.nt: fur' in the world is -l.\eod
I r--e I" the -acw ri ;:
\t\$$ writer does not attempt to assert.: I '; twf.re thr '."ft.pt.t; !- -<-m"vrr. :-to be the one operating tthe 25

NOVEMBER 28. A. t> 174 tk-rwi-w the allt-natM.ni- .i- 14.110-foot crest of Pikes Ptuk.i : 8'/2x' 11 C ;

= Henry A. Wallace cut a very small 1948-The ambitions today are. thr Tal.-in ordrr wtI!: .i-..- tbe takes pwMUhrd ajinf, .r,....n.--... !I!.i. Colo. .

Many ot those who shout the loudest figure in the recent election. Governor probably toward scientific re j -rk f..r ff.jr ons- utw- ki i 4
abmit search. The mind is Ingenious. is FSe Kv--i Ctti&rn. i.. w -i-j- ]:: The Sao Francisco ......IJlll...: : 4
prejudice have _
the .
most ot it. Thurmond looked like per pwbiirhd at Ky *-' )| .nr' '
a whipped cat'when inventive and practical There .-..u..... Ft--rid*. system 'hid1.unre coveit-j 1 I'.J: : : THE
his votes were counted. I lIS a sufficiency of ability. Cultivate -. lODe a.'l. .rth -Ion. .,.fNuTracber ,, mCes of track: now has "niIT; i

= If a covenant nut to I lie is implied intltMOaDgiiage After all the Dtmocruuc and Republican alertness uf maid that people -I : .\Rre's I- 1145.iSesli <- JIAWTER.. I II i:| miles left. : A.rtman Press
ma n.jt Clefk ..f tk Ttrruit r -un.
of > impose on you or |I I jI \
every people on earth parties are bad enough without new rob you of your just reward for I I4..i.rOnd4&5ty.. Florida. ;I I I, The worW's longest aerialcabi' ]
By Florence E. Snwry -r.
dii that abo iorlode the Russian: lan- troublemakers and weak mindtU leaders service.Subscribe. [0Pt'... ,':.-ro trftite.pt.T! : rt $ 60 uuk-s; : I CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51 J
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I Doubleheader Wicker's Stadium TomorrowAt i' s Vr 9A 'II I CLASSIFIED ADS I i I

Red Raiders Will Meet ', Information for the Aiherli-

H RATES its 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE g
CloMii! ; Revamped How They Stand = Regular Type v-harge for the first 15 words I' To insure publication copy H

rgiou! Will Play H Advertisements under this or less is 45c. I must be in the office before 11

". mot.; .. ", head will bp inserted in The PAYMENTPayment I o'clock on the day ol publics- ; .g
.\tolotitberrtlts -H .BASKETBALL LEAGUES I CltrtVri'4Pe rate of 2c a word for classified advertisements hon ;

High School Gymnasium i H toi each insertion, but the I is invariably in i I I OFFICE _
The Red Raiders will play the CLASS A = minimum chaige for the first advance hut regular advrrlis-: |I I Business office in The Citi5

K. W. Clowns tomorrow afternoon Club- W t. Per = lo words or less is 30c. ..rs with ledger a'o"unlmay Building corner Greene %

at the Stadium and the Bob's Sport Shop 2 2 :500 I Black Face Type I lave their advertisements j I"t'n Ann St.......ts. Poor to the H

Raiders claim they will break I Sonar School 2 2 SOO = The rate for blackface type (I charged. on entering building. glllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimillllHIIIHIIIII

the winning streak with Kilbie Pollock's Jewels 2 2 :500 ftIllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: I I IIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiii( i IIIIIWIIII
Coca-Cola 2 2 500 -
Baker, in the box.
I CLASS B t. ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error in advertis
On the other hand Gene Smith,
Club- W L Pr ; ra+' fug transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED I
manager of the Clowns is throw-
ing Thomas that fireball from !I Boca-Chica flyers 2 I 667 ADVERTISING. and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actu&l amount of space occupied by

the West Indies to try and keep Elks Club 2 I KG' the part of the advertisement where the error occurs.

the record clean. Thomas pitched'j I j Beachcomber Jewelers 2 1 66. --- -- -

one game in this league and he Junior Varsity I I iOn FOR SALE-USED CARS ., -------- I FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
held the Bombers hitless and one Driftwood' 0 :3 000 FOR SALE-FLOWERS,

run was scored on a walk and a I LIGHTS U P Philosopher i:, 1938 Packard "6", four-door 'C-! PLANTS AND SHRUBS Overseas Hotel, low rates' Cof-

pass ball. LOCAL BASEBALL Bertrand Russell pauses to light dan. Good tires, radio and I fee shop bar. nov2-25t

But he has rested three weeks trey West Senior Baseball League his pipe at reception in his honor |I heater. Can be seen at Tony's Cocoanut plants 2K5: feet tall.
and should be in the best of con- I (Municipal Stadium) ;i In Berlin He lectured at the I I' Auto Body Shop 603.6051 1509 South Street. v27-ltx FOR RENTAPARtMENTSAND
dition. The Raiders also have a I British Information Center la Greene Street. ROOMS
W. L. Pet
surprise for the fans with a Class Club- the German caoiULTODAY'S ;
C minor leaguer in their lineup.I Key West Clowns 5 0 1.000 i FOR SALEMUSICAL i The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming
1937 Pontiac 8. good mechanical j
Both flubs will line something : Red Raiders 3 2 .600 I I INSTRUMENTSNew
up Atomic Bombers 2 3 .400 BIRTHDAYS I I' shape. repainted reupholstered.i Street has an efficiency apt.
like this.
American Legion 0 5 .000 Price $550. 801 Eaton Streetnov22.6tx J and several sleeping rooms vacant -
Red Raiders I (Know America) I blond mahogany and leath 1 Low weekly or monthly
Pla'erPus.. Bat.
C. Valdez, cf .272 i Thomas I. Parkinson presidentof I i erette Wurlitzer Spinet piano. rates. novl-tf

J. Carbonell ss on ,. .125 Sports CalendarSKATING Equitable Life New Yorkol 1937 Plymouth, good tires and! $600. Phone 733-W.

\V. Cates 2b . .333 born in Philadelphia 67 years engine, $85.00. 3010 Seiden-, nov26-6t FOR RENT-ROOMS

Harvey, c. .444 ago.Morris I I I berg Ave, Phone 1047-W.
Alonzo. 1 b d .250 Bayriew Park. Night Sayre, president of j I nov26-3tx Table-model radio, excellent con- Nice clean slI'CpinrO<)l116 for
N. Domenech. _____ ._ .333 FRIDAY Corn Products Refining Co. 'I dition. $10.00. Lot 27 Gulf- workers. 117 Duval Street.
Arango rf .._ _u_ .285 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. president of the NatL Asso. of 1941 Lincoln Zephyr 4-door se- | stream Trailer Park. nov24-6tx
Baker, p. .200 Manufacturers, born Montrose,i dan. Custom interior. May bej I nov26-2tx

G. Last res. p---------- .250 TENNISBayview Pa., 63 years ago. seen' at 1700 Flagler after 5.nov2325273tx. 1 Rooms and light housekeepingrooms. !:

Pkkcritt sub. _h_.__. Park. Afternoonsand Dr. C. Mildred Thompson retired :: FOR SALE-TRAILERS $5 to $15 per week. 411
Mitchell, p. Nights dean of Vassar College I I William Street nov2726txFOR

Daily play. born in Atlanta Ga., 67
years Model A Ford coupe. 1824 Fog-1 j 27 ft 1945 American trailer. $900.
Clowns ago. aity Avenue. i furnished. Call
Player- Pos. Bat. SHUFFLEBOARD Eugene S. Williams, presidentof I
I. Butler, ss _" _'__ .500 (Bayview Park) the Western Maryland R. R-,I !! 790. Ext. 247. nov23-6tx
A. Mclntoch, 3b .333 1935 Ford sport coupe. Recently ; Furnished 3-room cottage. Adults
um. m Daily play. born in Rpmney, W. Va., 56
Alee If __ no .___. ______._ .333 years, brought down from the North.JI j FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES. no pets. 625 Angela. Phone
Brown Ib .. .h._ ... .474 ago.Donald Highest bid takes it. Must be SCOOTERS AND CYCLES 222-M. nov26-2tx
O. Mclntoch. c SENIORSERLL Teague.. artist, born in | sold before Monday. See it at I!
d -.P. j
Afternoon Brooklyn, N. Y., 51 years ago. Place. '
Municipal Stadium. 30-2 POinciana
Allen cf _. huh" .200 '45 motor bIke. $75.00. 1111 STORAGE
E. Smith 2b .. _h_'_ _d_ .060 SUNDAY. NOV. 28- Dwight P. Griswold, former I nov27-ltx I i Georgia. nov24-10tx
Thomas, p 00" .___ ._ .217 First Game-Red Raiders vs head of the Greek Aid Mission. "! 1
Curry, sub. Key West Clowns. ex-Nebfaska:: governor, born in FOR SALEBOATSAND Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
Roberts, sub. Second Game American Legion Harrison. Nebr.: 55 years ago. MOTORS I t FOR RENT-APARTMENTS commerciaL Phone 798.

A. Dean. W. Butler, subs vs. Atomic Bombers. Kaufman T. Keller presidentof nov l-tf
In the nightcap the revamped SUNDAY. DEC. 5- Crysler. born Mount Joy, Pa., Gray marine engines and service j' Furnished 2i2-room apartment
Legion will play the Atomic First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. 63 years ago. ,I' C. R. Smith opposite Firestone j I Utilities furnished. $25.00 weekly. WANTED TO BUY

Bombers, who McGraw, Valdez. Red Raiders. Rev. Alphonse M. Schwitalla I Station Marathon. novl-lmo1:, Sea Isle Apartments. 915
have had out every day and prac- Second Game-American Legion dean of -the St. Louis Uni.t'rsitySchool j I I Windsor Lane. nov8tfI Second hand Spinnet or small
ticed and will see that they have vs. Key West Clowns. of Medicine born in Ger- FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS:I piano. Cabh. Phone 259-J.
more pep and play a better brandof SUNDAY. DEC. 12- many. 66 years ago. Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and nov23-5tx;
ball specially at the plate. First Game-American Legionvs. I bath. Maid and janitor services -
President Chaim XXX Weiz-
lie has had them hitting untilit Red Raiders. White enamel, $2.75. Outside linens and utilities fur- FOR SALE OR LEASE
of the.Provisional State of
hurt them but they have their Second Game-Atomic Bombers mann white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per nished. Summer rates. Coral
eye on the balIt is expectedthat vs. Key West' Clowns. Israel: burp 74 years ago. gallon up. 50-ft U" garden:j Hotel Apartments, opposite Post
Dubber Sweeting will start SUNDAY. DEC. 19- hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 i I Office. nov9-26tx Desirable corner lot for sale or
for the Bombers and Kaki Rodriguez First Game-Atomic Bombers .'I'OlAY'SANNIVERSARIES Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf I II r long-term lease. 100 x 150.
that Kid Wonder will start vs. American Legion.: I! Suitable for hotel or apart-

for the Legion Crip Lastres, that Second Game Key West (Know America) Bundles of old newspapers at l-' Furnished. apartment Child..enclromed.Ekctrickitcht.n. ments. One block from beach.

keg of powder, who is a shark Clowns vs. Red Raiders. 1785--Flmry Wheaton famed tent each bundle. Inquire at:| For particulars write Box 466.novlltf.
Reasonable rates day or
around the initial bag and who SUNDAY. DEC. 26- New. Yom k 'Il'gal wnter, expounder The Citizen Office. nov20-tf i season. 909 Elizabeth per Street.
hits any pitcher regardless if First Game-Key West Clowns .of international law. I nov20-tf
right or left handed, will be on vs. American Legion. born in Providence R. I. Died CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! i|I i MISCELLANEOUSPicture
first and Jesus Garcia the March 1818.I&09Fram"t'S.
great Second Game-Red Raider vs 11. Check Christmas list. You
fielder and over hand batter now I Atomic Bombers. A. K e m b e. will find your many of those difficult -1 Ready for occupancy about Dec. framing, pictures framed
a little heavier than in his great 1 I SUNDAY. JAN. 2- American actress born in Eng- presents at CAROLINE: 1st. Brand new CBS duplex. and matted. DiNeero's. 614

days with Pirates and other clubs First Game-Key West Clownsvs. land. Died Jan. 15 1893.1830lienry SHOP, 223 Ann Street. .1 I Furnished. 1 bt. will be in there for the kids and Atomic Bombers. I Vignaud. Confederate nov2627.2931Key : room. dinette. kitchen with nvv9-19tx
Danny Lastres at short and Ray Second Game-Red Raiders vs. soldier longtime ParisU. I I Westinghouse electric refrigerator -II
Garcia in the right garden a field I I American Legion. S. legation secretary his- and stove, tiled bath. shower -
I Electrify old sewing
West coconut braid hats. Seasonal June your ma-
hot to
that has been a weak sport for SUNDAY JAN. 9- torian of Columbus born in New : water. chine. Phone 1164-M.
the club will be well taken care First Game Red Rald'rs'S. 'Orleans.;. Died Sept 16 1922. Seminole Indian skirts. Cook,j tat 120000. Yearly. $125.001, nov5-I2t
of will Book and its herbs and seasonings month. First and last
now. They line-up something 1848-(1000 j per
Key West Clowns. ( years ago) HenryA. '
at the Marshall Studio'Sh.p months in advance. No pets'I
; like this: Second GamAm'nt"an Legion Rowland first professor of
in Lane. Also I CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St.
American Legion Telegraph 644 United Street. Phone 877.nov263tx I
vs. Atomic Bombers. physics in the new Johns Hop- :,
Anguicra, cf; R. Garcia rf; D. kins University, in 1875. nota- limcladc. garlic olives coconut re-opened. A variety of new
litres, ss; J. Garcia, If; Solomon3b BASKETBALL ble contributor to science born randy and turtle soup. i gift items and fabrics for slipcovers

; Hcnriquez. c; A. Lastres, Ib- Honesdale, Pa. Died April 16, nov23-25-27-3tx HAPPY PEOPLE ONLY: new I and draperies. Opens
A. Palo 2b: Rodriguez, p; Villa- High School Gymnasium 1901. .one-bedroom furnished apart- daily, 10 to 12 and I to 5.

real p: Torres, sub: Fernandez p. (Night) 1874-Chailes A. Beard famed Real bargains in ladies dresses i, ment. All 'electric one-half I I novl"-tf

Atomic Bombers TUESDAY American historian born in slips :skirt: blouses and spreads,! block from stores. Lovelyard
Casado, If; Santana 2b; Rob- 7:00 P.M.-Junior Comets vs K lghtstl" n. Ind. Died in New curtains blankets, sheets etc.! for your evening pleasure.I REFRIGERATIONImmediate
erts, c; J. Albury, cf; AI. Aceve-; Elks Club. I I Haven, Conn.. Sept 1. 1948.A 508 William Stieet, Telephone I Phone 1I76-W. nov27-3t
do. ss; Joe Mira Ib; J. Villarcal 8.00 P.M-Sonar I 831-R. nov27-ltx 1 I service domestic or

3b; G. Barber, rf: B. Sweeting, p; Pollock's Jewels. SchoolOS'I turbine is a rotary engine m Unfurnished apartment (downstairs commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration -
M. Sanchez, p; C. Vidal p. and 9.00 I.-BilJie's 1
consisting essentially of a shaftcarrying FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE i ). Kitchen and bath in Service Phone 724-W.
outfield; I. Valdez. Mgr. and N. Beachcomber Jewelers.
number of vanes or I
Trainer. a 1 j tile. Hardwood floors. Three nov26-6tx
WEDNESDAY- blades; jets of steam directed Stock Island over 400 ft. oceanfront i blocks from town. Couples
7:00 P.M.-Boca Chica Flyersvs. against these cause the shaft to Bargain. Must be soldat preferred. 713 Emma. Apt. B. I LOST
First game will start at 1:15 p. Junior Varsity. i
rotate at a high speed. once. Mr. Kitty cCiti- : I
m. and the second at 3:15 p. m. 8.00 P.M.-Coca-Cola vs. Bob' novl5-tl nov2735x1Nice I
Chief C. V. zen. Fold of in Navy Yard between
umpires Albury, Sport Shop. BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES money -
:McGee. Scorer Aguilar. 9:00 P.M.-Junior Conchs vs : apartment and also an efficiency Bldg. 136 and parkinglot
Beachcomber Jeweler-i. Books Four lots. 200-foot frontage. 120- i apartment for rent. Reward if returned to 1125;
THURSDAY Books Books foot depth. On Ave. D. Between -I Cheap 728; United 5tl.et.1i Gi mnell. Evelio Vargas arc

Sports ShortsThe P.M.-.Junior Varsity Art Supplies Art Supplies 17th and 18th Sts Half- i i Phone H2.1-j n''.\2'3tx; welder nov27-2tx
7:00 "
Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eaton block from Pomciana Food Cen n_ __
Elks Club. nov2tuesthurssatlmoxGARDEN ------------------------ -----------------------
ter. High land and good soil "TT""T"T"T"TT"T"TT""TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHow
longest forward pass ever 8:00: P.M.-Bob's Sport Shop vs =
Price. 3200. Apply to owner .
throw in a Rose Bowl game was Pollock's Jewels. AND LAWN '
1509 South Street. : Is Your Vocabulary? j
loosed by Johnny Mack Brownto 9:00 P.M.-Coca-Cola vs. Satan SUPPLIESRed nov27ltx'FOR .
beat Washington for Alabamain School. .

1926. It traveled 59 )'ard5.FOl.tbaU's FRIDAY- radiant rose bushes. Healthy SALE-HOUSES ..
To be announced. bushes from Hughes Seed .: 3

longest run was Store. Key West Garden and Guest house. 2 blocks from new
chalked up by Wyllys Terry of TODAY IN HISTORY Lawn Supply Co., 914 Fleming beach. 5 bedrooms. 3 baths. At 6:15 Tonight \
Yale in 1834 115 yard The Tel. 1019.
for completely :
Know America) apartment owner ;
field at the time was 110 yards no\27-tf I
long. 1842-Father Edward F. Sorin .-. I furnished electric kitchen : See If You Can 1
Good income. Must be sold :

Five football teams have had I IpolOt of offered France in the reaches West site on of condition land- FREE I at once. Real sacrifice Teims.: "STOP THE SHOW"AAAAAa.u. 1
By owner. Box R.A W l/ :
-minute records and immediately
They I I he start a college White wire-haired terrier under;tI novUtfFOR

were Phillips, 1922. Missouri I i begins foundation ol year. Also three kittens to Citizen % .............................uuuuWFur
Mines 1914 Georgia Tech 1918, Notre Dame University. 713 Emma St.Apt. I
I I given away. J
and in 1919 and Custer's SALE HOUSEHOLD
Henry Kendall 1868-Gen. George A.
B. nov27-3txj I .
1920. I victory over Indians at theCa- FURNITURE it APPLIANCES
shita River.1879Edison. I
First football uniforms were lights his laboratory Leaving Town-Hou-* hold turn Ql ,

sleeveless jackets of canvas with electric light-hIStoric! HELP WANTED-MALE ture. eleUni irfngv Wttshnuemachine

laced in front and drawn tight to landmark in the history of light tan foi --->rfli821! Inlaid Linoleum
used Salesman-Responsible man for'100'al Pirfic Phone 1M2 J
fit the body. Navy first mg. I PlIlOl'ldn.t
them in 1879. I' 1901-The Army War College. protected terntoiy. Oui 11",22'; "
men contact industries institutions I Kentile
Washington, D. C.. Founded. .
Navy football coach George 1911-Three new U. S. Car- railroads. etc. offering a I

Sauer has a daughter Dana 6, dinals created. scientific maintenance service '! Asphalt Tile
and a sun George 4. Dana is 1942Boston's Cocoanut Unlimited earnings on commission WANTED to BUY

named after Dana X. Bible, Sau- Grove fire in which some 500 die. basis. Constant icpeat i I
er s former coach at Nebraska. 19-14- American Superfortres! busness assures you an l'PP"I'I' \fif ('fors and I'lilternn for Kvcry Roam

sea bomb Tokyo. tumty of building a pvi mancitt k in the llunr
Navy fir used a forward pass 1946- Justice GoldsboroughI income considerably above
in iU football maneuvers in 1906. I I extends: temporary injunction I average. For detailsM Ilh' Old Rags SINK: CO\ EKING: Ol It Sl'KCIXLTY
Iagainst( John L. Lewis, -calls United Laboratories, lni..j! ;
Detroit Lion Quarterback Lewis' action "anarchy." Cleveland 12, Ohio. j J.FREE -.1

Clyde LeForce, in three seasons J| 1947-Big Four start German nu\2';'-Ib.
of college football at Tulsa.* peace pact discussion in London.I I Key West Floor Covering Co.

scored in all but one of the 27 Butcher. grocery clerk and produce CITIZEN OFFICE
games played by the Golden I I Syracuse and Columbia began clerk. Apply Baer's! Mar- 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stub PHONE 14SCi
Hurricanes. their football rivalry in 1901. I .. i i

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ADVENT BEGINNING 1 1I manufacturers estimate the average

EnthusiasmMUNISING ( Meets OnTuesday adult lathers his bands
with a solution of one drop ot

WILL BE OBSERVEDBY soap to 12 drops of water ,

thusiasm of an, Mich.unidentifed- The deer en- I I'I'I Green-wing teals, smallest of

hunter was not quenched when
he broke the knee hinge on his I f The United Council of Church all ducks are famous for their
wooden GRACE LUTHERAN I beauty and are second only to
leg. Stopping at a faclory | Women will meet at Fleming
here he had the hinge weld-i 1-- Street the wood duck in brilliance of
Methodist Church Tues-
ed and as soon as the job was j i plumage.
done he continued his quest for Class Will. Also lie Confirmed tty The day morning at 11 o'clock. j

a detr I II I be the title of the sermon to be I An interesting program based ...vvymtnmv
Rvrvrt'iul 1 V/iYr Pastor on the topic "The World Council I
I r. j, delivered by William B. Collins I Grace
I j I tomorrow at 11 amin the of Churches" has been arranged -I Lutheran:
IIunts Birds '
Of Lutheran Church I j Church of Christ. In the evening for the morning session. E
I Church
j at 7:45 p. m. his sermon will be Luncheon will be served at ,
Gets BuckDUANESBURG entitled, "Save Yourselves
THE REt. ROIIERT M'. WE tl'ER, PASTOR OF l EY The Rev. John M. Peyton, pastor 12:30 in the church annex. FOI-I = 1215 PETRONIA STREET <
lowing the meal Rev. J. B. Reid
N. .''';,''Olll.-H., If'ILL TALK "AC.CORDL\G TO ,I of the First CongregationalChurch will address the in the I = -
Y.-Philip will be the principal group = Sunday School, 9.30 AJ4.
Christman had his guns loaded I \Ol'R FilTII".ITIIOR.\\i. SERVICE OTIIER closing session in the church
; speaker at the Youth for Christ

for down birds a 170-pound but, instead buck., brought I I I .\E1tS ,n.,) ,WTES OF LOf.AL CHURCHES: : |(i First Rally Methodist tonight at 7:30 Church.p. m. in There the I I II I There were soap factories in E Divine Service,

The hunter sa>'s the deer stood will be solos by Alene Spear, existence as long ago as the timeof E 10:30 AM.
I Beginning of the Advent Season and of a new church year
a few feet away and watched I Margaret Finder and Rosemary ancient Pompeii, before the
while he took the bird-shot shells'1 will be observed tomorrow at the Grace Lutheran Church the Felton. I I birth of Christ =REV. M. K. C. VETTER. PasiorChristian

from his gun and replaced thtm'; Rev. M. K C. Vetter. pastor, announced today. i ii The last sermon to be delivered I I iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaa

with slugs.lIonlcy. ';i I A class will be confirmed at 9:30 a.m. at Grace Lutheran. by the Rev. Melrose S. Avery as

I I I At 10:30: a.m, the services will begin. The Rev. Mr. Vetter will j I pastor of First Presbyterian I First Presbyterian Church r

Kidnaps preach a sermon entitled, 'Thy King Is Coming." I II I I Church tomorrow.here"The will Mystery be at 11 of a.Godlliness" m.- Whit and Washington :Streets Science'Society

i I At the Ley Memorial Methodist Church the Rev. Robert Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor
will be the subject of his I
Two Kittens W. Weaver, pastor, will preach a sermon entitled. "According sermon. j

To Your Faith", at the 10:50 a.m. service tomorrow. At the | Youth Fellowship will sponsfor j SUNDAY SCHOOL .

SARASOTA, Fla_-An ownerless 'i eveninq service at 7:30 p.m., the Rev. Mr. Weaver will have as | an informal farewell to the Rev. j ji STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. I 327 ELIZABETH of Key West
his 'The Life of t : Mr. Avery, who will become
monkey kidnapped two stray subject. King i pas- r Men's Bible: Class. 10 A.M. i
kittens and kept them in the top ) Saul." ,I tor of the North Miami Presby-
SchooL 9:30 AM.
at 7:30: m. tomorrow. There !
of a tall tree until their cries attracted I 'On What to Put Away' will be p terian Church, in the assembly
the attention of passers- i! be the title of a sermon to be delivered j will be a song service 'II room of the church at 7 p. m. Church Service I
'I i "Ancient and Modern Necromancy Sunday Morning Service
The Rev John M. ,
i tomorrow morning b\ the I I Peyton pas 11 :00 A.M.: ,
Alias Mesmerism and
by.A tor of First At 11 o'Clock/
banana was used to coax : Rev. George Mi-Nt-ill Ray, pastor )| H I
notism Denounced' will be the
the "kidnapper" of First Baptist Church "God's > Church will occupy the pulpit at Subject: "Ancient and NocierD-
into a cage] subject for discussion tomor- ,
All" will be up i both services tomorrow. At the 7:30 P.M. j Alias Mesmerismand
Plan of Salvation for Necromancy .
where he and the kittens living
are .
row at 11 a m bv the Chnslion j
service there will be
the title of the sermon to be delivered morning Hypnotism Denounced"Wednesday
apparently contentedlv J bv the Rev. Mr. Rav at Science Society. There*will also I music by the Junior Choir. Young:; People Group

t the evening service beginning at be a meeting of the society at 8 I| The Rev. G. Leon Wells, pastor I Evelling'sMeeting

Monkey-Business 7:30: p. m. I I p. m. Wednesday. ,i of First Methodist Church will t at 8 o'Clock
Morning worship will be heldi i; occupy the pulpit tomorrow at 7:30. PIONEER CROUP Reading Room in the Church:
I The Rev. J. B. Reid pastor of at 11 tomorrow at the Poin- I
a m.
i (I both services. Miss Betty Ann Visitors. Friends and MembersAre Edifice will be open Tuesdaysand
KEARNEY. Nebr.-Chip, a the Fleming Street Methodist '. ciana Baptist Church. The eve Russell will be leader of a meeting Fridays from 6 to 8 P.M.
monkey, escaped from his cag,1 I I Church, will txtupthe pulpit at ning worship will begin at 8 p.m. [I I of the Methodist Youth Fellowship Invited to Our Services i and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M.

in the basement of the WalterMays J both services, at 10'50 a.m and "A Letter to Us by Paul" will ,, at 6:30 p. m. _. I .
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home. He hiked to thl- -
bathroom w here he tossed razor J

blades, tooth.biu&hes and tooth .
paste helter- kdter. -'. :'..t-."-,,. ...' I (ElUMtS Continued From MURDERED Page One) The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH i

He then unrolled a roll of tissue :. .
[ of $50: told of his trip to Key .
and strung it around tht Corner of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS e
,ftl i West and the keys where he .
room. Not satisfied, h: filledthe I
.. bathtub with towels washcloths 'J ; spent lead $137 for old batteries and G. LEON WELLS Pastor :

and slippers and us ned I .
on the faucets. Before Roberts' appearance on .
the stand Mrs. Dana White told

COMMUTER TAKES ;, of giving Roberts $100 Saturday Sunday Services ;
night while Robert Hill, her
(Continued From Page One) 5 brother had given him $40 the j i ; 9:45 A,M. Sunday School :
and Mrs. Eva Gibson <>t the night before. .
B. P. W. will be in charge ol the j, Hope also testified that Roberts 10:50 A.M Morning Worship :
program. parked his car at Rigg's Dock be- .
Mrs. Lee Thompson. lIrlOf: tween 1 and 2am. Saturday 6.30 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship :

ril Sands and Mrs. Little, Scout He said he had paid Roberts $20 Leader : Bitty Ann Russell :
Mistresses of the local Girl 1 for batteries and cable, and then
Scouts, will assist m preparingof told how he had driven to Key 7:30 P.M Evening Worship :
baskets and bags. West with Roberts. He said they I .
\ All persons, civic and fraternal had gotten back to Marathon between I .
Special Invitation To Service
organizations wishing to make 8 and 9pm Saturday I ;
money contributions can mail The case went to the jury i
same to Mrs. Wilhemma Harvey, I shortly after Ham_ -'. -- -- .-- ----- -- -- -'j

Treasurer, at 518 William street -
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All wishing to donate foodslufisttc. II /JOHN DOE AND fUN-" R John Dot. 30 whose I Subscribe to The Citizen. !
_, please Phone No. 115-1.1\1. name got him into all sorts of complications sits in Badt.. I Ley Memorial Methodist Church
I Mich. home with John. Jr. In order to cash his pay checks. Doe y
Subscribe To The Citizen. .... one rrouirrd courts letter from factory where he worked. "The Church with a Welcome"

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The tmv cinnamon teal is hm- ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor

sited to the western part of the CHRISTAshby
LOUISA'S LETTER United States and weighs only. CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
>one pound. ]
I and Von Phister Streets Miss Miriam Carey Supt

Dear Girls: j I; Soap manufacturer estimate 1( 10:50 A.M., Morning Worship

Are you among the mothers who countenance everything that when women wash dishes or j SUNDAY Sermon: "ACCORDING TO YOUR FAITH"
because afraid of daughter's clothing they usually use a solu- Bible 101.
the young folks do nowadays they are Study :: I
I tion of one drop to about 100 I 6:30 P.M., Methodist Youth Fellowship
: popularity waning drops of water. Worship . 11 A.M.
Mrs. Smith does not approve of Alice's two o'clock datesnor i 7:30 P.3/, Evening Worship ';
of the young men with whom she goes but she complains: I IN MEMORIAM Evening

"What can I do? If I put my foot down on such hours 1'If soon j I I In memory of our dean wife I Worship! .7:15 P.M. Sermon: "THE LIFE OF KING SAUL" I

have a wallflower on my hands and Alice says that she can- and mother: Emma Louisa Lowe EVERYONE WELCOME Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.. Mid-week Prayer Service I

not discriminate._between the boys or she will not be the "belle i who dipaited this life November Friday. 7:30 P.M., Young Adult Hobby Night
that she now is:' >r I 28. 1942 WEDNESDAYBible l

Foolish mother, to swallow I | HARRY L. LOWE Study 7:45 P.M.

all of Alices immature reason j News Notes I I and FAMILY. For Information Phone 810
ing. Anyone with common sense ,! no27ltx
knows that a girl whose mother
if fairly particular about her go- | An adult's skin varies in thick- i{I .

ihg and coming'rates higher with | ness from 1/25th of an inch on '
well-bred young men than the' the ejtlids to as much as one i Poinciana Baptist First Congregational Church FLEMING f[[ mm METHODIST CHURCH Ii
who is checked on.
girl never up ,
half an inch on the soles of the I 4! Church17th 517.527 WILLIAM STREET.:
Of course we have to change;: feet Between Southard St Fleming Con Fleming and William >!t.
: I I
our ideas to a certain extent in a
and Eagle REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
order to conform with the times.i! John M. Peyton. Pastor
Soap manufacturers claim that
It have been proper in 18901 i
soap will kill some germs when Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
to call it an evening when the ;
clock struck ten but nowadays used in solutions as weak as one Sunday SchooL 9:45 AJ4.Morninc J. Aicfui Supt Classic for All CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A,M. Classes For All Ages

the neighbor's tongues don't start drop of soap to 1,000 drops of Merrill Felton, General Superintendent
to wag until after midnight.It I 1 water. !', Worship! 11:00 A.M.
used to be indiscreet to Morning Service 1 U:5U o'clock
very 11 :on o'Clork' MORNING: WORSHIP
go to the theatre without a chaperon J Wild camels have become: so Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M.
but if one were produced i much of a nuisance in some ports 6:30 P.M., Training Union Music by the Junior Choir
on such an occasion in the (of Australia that they are shot 'I 6.00 P.M., Christian Endeavor Song Service 7.10 PM.

present day our oung escort on sight by ranchers I E\ 'iiing Worship! Evening Worship 7:30 o'ClockREV.
would probably bolt and run. I 7:30 P.M. I
Earthquakes in Alaska 50
One can discriminate between ) E\'E\I\G: WORSHIPWed. : !
decent and dissipated young men i years ago caused some stations
: i
I .. 7:30 .
however Suppose Alice does I'of the coast to rise as much as 50 p.m. Prayer-Praise -- -- --

miss two or three dates a week J! feet. t Public Cordially Invited Fri. 730. Young People's Night

because she is not entertaining''' i
afford to let them run wild just I The First Baptist Church
fail -
drunks or worse. I to see I --- ---- -- --
the loss. If a girl has a date I because evervbody else is dome \_* l1l1l1l1l11lllll1l1l1lll11lllll11l1l1Jllllllllllllllllllll 1 1 1 1 1 I I I lllllllllllllllllllhmlllllllll1IIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIII! l 1 1 1 1 1(IIIIIIIII"rmlllllI
night she has to have a au"Try i !
every constitution A little rest I I to make them understand ; Corner BAHAMA and EATON Street
: strong '
and companionship with her own ; that you arc no old iogie but that !i I Youth for Christ Rally I I GEORGE JIo>EILL RAY, Pastor
family will not do her any harm. : you are checking up on them
I am sure. cause it endangers respect in Director. HARRY RUSSELL
men with whom they be-I= i
: People lay. too much stress onlopulant I and young because vou would be TOMGIIT: 7:30 O'CLOCKat : SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
The idea behind the
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ned IfOU did not knotht.'Se I F W. Smith. Super mtendent
whole thing is to have a good
tune If that be the case. popu- facts. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH =
larity which demands that a Be sure however, that they un- I =- ;r I 10:50 A.M. Sorting Worship
girl entertain boys and be on the derstand that is no lack ol Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS Sermon: "ON WHAT TO PUT AWAY"
faith in them that nukes demand
vou I
go whenever she feels like it or these things. but a sense I Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10:50 to 11:50
nut. resembles a torm of slavery
lather than a good time. of responsibility and a desire to I SPEAKER- BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 615PM.
give them the proper background -
Lit US look at these problemswith i I REV. JOHN M. PEYTONSOLO I!
7:30 I'.M
Evening Worship
an open mind and use our I Cordially Yours,
common sense in solving them. LOUISA II= Alene Spear j Sermon: "GOD'S PLAN OF SALVATION FOR ALL"Wednesday.

We want to do what is best for ORGAN SOLO Margaret Pinder

ur children. Therefore, let us Address Your Letters to: PIANO Rosemary Felton I .
i 7:30 P.M. Prayer and Praise Service
know whole they are, with whom I "LOUISA". P. O. BOX 532. I
they are associating and what C. COME Friday. 7:30 P.M Chou Practice
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PllllC The Citizen Oifice-51 Veterans in training under the j i DEFENSE FORCES :
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: ResJdence623XJFirst The Key West Choral Group I 1 GI Bill who fail to receive their{I PROGRAM ;

IIIIIfIIIII will hold a rehearsal of "The I November subsistence: checks on :
IIllUUUIHUIIIIIIIUlllll1lllU1mmD11"'IJII1IIVIIIIUIHIII1'1I' )uim mmumunnle nut Ml'SSlahtomorrow afternoon, "
i j or shortly after December 1 i llgOmmnAIR01GMONDAY '
Rehearsal/ Of beginning at 2:30. at the First i
OfI9I1TI I should ask their job training I Ij I .
Methodist (Stone Church), whichit 7:20: P.M.-Spamsh Class.TUESDAY .

11,1// Other is important that all members j j establishment or schools if : J
t : Rehearsals attend. 10:00 A.M. for
j monthly progress reports were -Bowling, Navy
Male voices will rehearse at i forwarded to the Veterans Administration Ii Wives, at U. S. Suft

Scheduled! / ; List Of Patrons Announced 2:30: : the ft'malt''oires at 3:15: | V. S. Parker. Miami Base Bowling Alley

and a full rehearsal will take j ( VA regional manager advised 7:30: P.M.-Hospital Party (2n1Tu -
Last nikM'a rehearsal of "Fol- | Mr. and Mrs A. J. Mills, Mr. and place at 4 00 o'clock.It I today.A .)

|MI ft IWT! went un a.- :.chcdukd !Mrs C A. Van Dvursen. Mrs.j is: expected that the date for i large number of job training WEDNESDAY. "

despite thr jr Mnvtof the j' Willian R Warren Mr. and Mrs the presentation of "The Mes- ; establishments and schools 12:30: P M.' -Hospital Fishing Trig)

dim-tor Funk U..\.t 'I Bernie C. Papy. Commander and siah" will be announced shortly. in the Miami region failed to 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club. -
Mr Lk \it- alas awe wa> ovcahttrd :Mrs L II Goddard.! Mr. and Mrs.ritd make the required reports for 7:00: P.M.-J u k e Bo* Dance

by the fact that hv was I J. Miller. Lancelot J. Lester! I Fern Chapter I the month of October, Parker games. .

raMttl hurriedly to Tampa tohakr 'I Mr' and Mrs. Dan L. Navarro I said. The new report is required I THURSDAY ,
over thr dirrctnm of a khow 'i Mr. and Mrs. monthly for a i 11 i veterans in
Norberg 1:00 P.M.
Thompson. : -Sewing Machined .
To Hold!
tHat U bang prr..*-ntrd their, the I :Miss :MmnitPorter I II training under the Servicemen's .
Hams. Mrs I Billards, Showers.
dirtftu of ,.hih was due! to ar- Ilu I Act
Williams Readjustment thosein
Mr. and Mrs. :: .i.ibidi;; FRIDAY i
nve from New York but was de- Guy Carleton. Horace Memorial I LONDON FESTIVAL SITE I Rubble from a is beans cleared from college and in the institutional .
O'Bryant the south bank of the Thames; River to provide site for festival planned at London in 1951/ 2:00: P.M.-Pre-natal Class.
la nl due to a train wreck :Mr. I farm It
) up- and :Mrs. Fred J. Dion. Mr. training program. 9.00 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra. .
,t.le. and Mrs. Julius F. Stone Fern Chapter 21, Order of j must reach the VA regional office -
Jr, Mr. -- --- -- ---- -- -- --- --- ---- -- SATURDAY
However, hr will return to Key I I and :Mrs. A. Maitland Adams, Dr. Eastern Star will hold! a memo I ; by the tenth of each suc- 2:00: P.M.-Boxing Training :. ,
Wnt khurtly and rrsurrw the direction J and :Mrs. Leonard H. rial service tomorrow. Sunday, at -- 4 j ceedmg month. ,
Conly. Mr SUNDAY
of ". 41ie of ISHiT theprotnUtton i iI 3'00 p. m. at the Scottish Rite >> .tt ., Veterans will Park-
and time
i, :Mrs. Howard E. Wilson Earl I ," .. .. save 9:30: A.M.-Communion Break
of which will takeplace R Adams W. Curry Harris Ev- Temple at Eaton and SimontonStft..ts. ",: i)Il"r >said by checking with their I I Ij fast (monthly). J

on December 15th and! 16th.tpunsirrd erette Russell, Captain I employer before writing or call- J
and Mrs. TEEN j 1:00 P.M. Picnic ( .
> I sign up) 4
This will be in L. ,,
by the Key West Jun- Carl I H Hilton. J. Y. Porter IV service memoryof :.- .>> ; --,: ins the VA about their checks, ,
tur. Woman Club :Mrs. Ella G. Curry Mrs Harriett I the deceased members of :: -.';. ', ,, because subsistence cannot beI .
Meantime, rehearsals 1 local organization, and! the pub-" f'j I until the reI'I
are being Slower Wilson Dr. and! Mrs. A .' paid reports are
continued Tonight at 7.30 the H. Hamilton, Mrs. Stephen W. I hais invited. to be present at SAL K1to "' : > .- 1 ,, ceived. I I] Give Right This Xmas.

specialty numbers will be run : Douglass :Miss Mane Hartel Mr\ I ceremonv.Calendar. I Reports due November 10, but
through; at 8 00 the western; 9 00tt'diMk I I and Mrs. Edward T. Ciesinski I made now will assure payment < Enchant Your Loved Ones

the Kotkrtte number :Mr.' and! Mrs Ralph Dickson Mr., I Of of the suspended amounts just ,' with a Lasting Gift for This

huh IS expected to be ontr c>fthr :j and :Mrs. Jack Arltrn, :Mr. and I Sew.lat.re. as soon as the VA can notify the Year and Years to Come

highlights of the show, will i Mrs. J. J. Trevor, Dr. and Mrs. J. Coming Events Treasury Department in Atlantato I Bougaiusillaea#

rehearse; and Itt 9 OO p. m. the !j B. Parramore, Mr. and Mrs. EdI I I J release the checks. Failure to ((7 Colors)
Hawalans take over I I win F. Trevor Mr. and! Mrs. Ar- SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27- make the report for 60 days will
'l'oiii; _ttia;
Tomorrow to be discontinued *
afternoonWaltz nold cause training
:\IacIanus.11': : '. and Mrs. Rehearsal tonight for "Follies
Time" will be rehearsed beginning '. Aquilmo Lopez Jr., :Mr.' and Mrs. of 1949" sponsored by Ring out with the Carols on j I entirely Parker warned. (Double. Triple)

at 4 00 p m. All the rehearsals j i Raymond R. Lord Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Club. Junior I Christmas Eve! And what more!i (;ar itiiiu! t

*rr Clubhouse being held! at the Woman's :( Claude Gandolfo, Ignacio Car- 7.30. Woman's Clubhouse. appropriate gift for a girl or I Seek Divorces I: (Belmont Large end Small) ,
on DuvalStrett. bonell. Dr.
Armando Cobo SUNDAY. .
Dr. NOVEMBER: 28th-
Dfho Cube I boy than an album of Christ- Petitions seeking divorces were ,,
; Dr. Julio dePoo, Dr. Rehearsal 4.00 p. m. for "FoII !
A hat of the patrons for the J. Silverio Lt. Commander lies of 1929" at Woman's mas tunes. Take your choiceof filed yesterday in the office of !! FRUIT TREES 1

how has just been made! public ., and Mrs. C. Evans, Jr. and Vance I Clubhouse on Duval street. I the hymns! romantic ChriSti i :, Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Saw- *MANGOAVOCADOES
iiiul these by Helen Louise Williams
patrons are as follows. Stirrup. Rehearsal "The f yet
Messiah Key ballads Santa Claus
mas or tI
against Robert Williams and by;i
---- -- Choral Group. First '
-- tunes You will find hundreds'of Pedro Diaz against Mary Thrift I *LIMES
Methodist (Stone) Church. j
them from which to make a Diaz I I *TANGERINES
\'III'Y H'irr.s. Hold FirstCoinnetitire Male voices 2:30: ; female I : *KUMQUATS
choice. With to pick
voices 3:15: : full rehearsal I so many
The French city Reims was : ACALAMANDINS .
4:00: p. m. All members urged I from you may have a little dil-
lloivlin"( Games; to attend. ficulty in making a selection. the capital city of the Remi tribes!. *SUGAR PPLE.:

Memorial Service Fern Here with a few suggestions before their conquest by the Ro- *SOURSOP t
Chapter goes
Navy Wives Bowling League 3, 1948. Team No. 2 is composedof I mans and it was from the tribe t
21. Order Eastern t
Star. : I
held their first : Captain Pauline
competitive Holmes,
Scottish Rite Temple Eaton j It seems as if every iingei new' the city's name is derived
.mrs Friday at the U. S. Naval June Tucker, Jeri Scott Jackie! and! Simonton streets 3:00: p. I'has taken a hand at White Christ t I Jack Baker's Nursery!
Jones Lillian Gibbons.
Station Alleys. Team Numbc.r1'hree Public Besides Crosbv'r."rdl About two-thirds of all divorces -
m. invited. mas.
fixfe..eo their The league manager, M-rs. Vera : take choiceof m this country are grant- 3391 Avenue. E Phone 1176-W
game yesterday Decca :
Wood, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 29th- I ( ) you can your FOG I IN PARIS I Gendarmes stand near a !street light t
as they were unable to says the league i U still "John Loves Mary," first presentation Jo Stafford's Gordon Jenkm'. during an unusually heavy foe in Paris. I ed to women. I
attend. This team is composed of looking for players. Anyone interested 'of Civic 'Drama 'or Wesley Tuttle's (Capitol or i v.vnvvvutvvvvvv.v..m.m..vvvvyvy..TeWhy; III

live members as follows: Captain in league bowling call Guild of New., York City 8:00: Frank Sinatra's (Columbia) as.

Flo Faulconer Peggy Rodney her at 543-M. or come to the P.M., High School Auditorium. well as a score of others. The WeatherFORECAST Knock Yourself Out?

Rdma Dillard, Trudy Clark Bowling alleys on theU.. S- Sponsored by Jaycees.Woman's Other Christmas tunes are Annual Bird :
and Lillian Meek. Roma Dillard Naval Station any Friday morning -
; Missionary Union of The Christmas Song with The ;

was piesrnt, and played substitute The at 9:00: a. m. First Baptist Church begins i King Cole Trio and String Choirs i I Kev West and Vll'lnatyl.1: ': Show In Miami E uw-CALL 9249w ,
regular Tuesday morning
another team. j II II
on ) "Perry Como sings
observance of worldwide i (Capitol ; partly cloudy today thru Sunday i i .
bow ling is still to all Navy ii
Team No. 1 played Team No. open Week of Prayer for Foreign ,,Merry Chmamas Music" (RCA with some indication ..' early i To Take Out To Take Out
4, winning two out of three i wives; it has nothing to do with Missions. Victor); Gene Autry's "Here 4 5 I iiDUFFY'S I
the league bowling Friday. Program every daythrough morning showers. Little changein ; Dct\3. I BAKED CHICKEN Assorted Butlercrust
These Teams on .
games. are com- !; December 3rd. Comes Santa Claus" (Columbia) temperature. Gentle to moderate. : ,
posed of: Captain Edna Potter ;! They had a turkey bowl I last I 1 I If" : TWO SIZES I DINNER ROLLS
If lon't Gene can .
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1st you wart you SOUthl'J.ltlTlv to :southerly '.....: '..;O ( I.I. I
Vivian Driver Frances Gainer Tuesday, and anyone interested 1 I I Fresh CocoaautMACAROONS
of others including .
take choice Stuffed with Dressing
Bingo, your winds.
for Christmas ti/r- sponsored by Navy I. MAMl| Nov. 27The third annual I
-Virginia Mimger and Pearl in bowling a Wives Club No. 88 South Cliffie Stone (Capitol!). t Florida: Mostly iloudy.. with ucI I Pint of Giblet Gravy
Wuod, and Team No. 4: Captain key must be present Tuesday, Beach Sinatra fans wil love his eight canary and.. cage bird show, I Jelly Filled
8:00 ;
Restaurant : p. m. I caMonal showers in the cxtrvmc
Jeanne Reynolds Dorothy Gra- November 29 1948, as the handicap traditional Christmas Carols I i i sponsored. by the Magic City Bird j jI
the threeweek's MONDAY DECEMBER 6th- :, north portion today and tonight: E $2.45 $3.95 LADY FINGERS
vat, Lucille Blais Genevieve will be figured on Cancer film 'Christmas Songs by Sinatra" ; I Club of Miami will U- held in
showing othci partly cloudy
County wise Sunday. I' I
'i 1 i
bowling before the tur- I
Ewing, and Emily DesArmier. December Health Department, Fleming (Columbia); Crosby fans again Continued warm.JaaLwnville ; the Municipal auditorium in I: 40c Doz. i
Mrs. Des Armier was absent, but key bowl on Tuesday. anj Emma Streets 8:00: p. m. can find Bing's ever popular : through Florida \ Bayfront Park, Biscavne Blvd. at '
her average was figured in for 21, 1943. Anyone not getting the Address by Dr. J. Lancelot Merry Chri tmas" album with !' Straits: !Moderate to fresh southi N. 1-:. 5th St.. De<-. 3.:4, 5. iEntries I To Take Out I *
thiee week's will not Ineligible : 7'o Take, Out
the team's less certain games .
store a Lester. Hostesses, Navy the Andrews Sisters (Decca) ; l'<> south winds thru Sunday. will include eanaril'S'I'finche. Rich Home-Made .
number of Team No. 4 is to compete for the i .. .. : Top Quality Flaky Crt
pins. Wives Club No. 88. Bing also dues "The Small One ; parti/1cloudy weather with few parrakeets, .. I
No. 2 at next turkey. This bowling begins at POTATO SALAD I FAMILY-SIZE
to Team ,
play I I J a Chnsamas story and this will showers extreme north portionI love birds M.kln.and variousI I :
week's league game, Friday, Dtc.Mrs. 110:00: a. m. undoubtedly be popular with the I tonight; and Sunday. I types of rare birds. Trophies, ro- 0' 45c Lb. PIES
Personal Mention
---- I s<<>Uos. ribbons and, other specialprizes
-- ------ --- -- -- younger set.Christmas a j I E4tJt: .Gulf of Mexico: ModerateI J
carols hit that Yule to fresh southeast to south winds will be awarded winning E Creamy Cole Slaw Butter Pecan .75
Mrs. William Gomez of 735 I
Grand Chief/ ; Makes I I .
Seigler I United Street has arrived back in (spot. So look for' ""Christmas ', today and tonight diminishing I! entries. Of'' : 30c Lb. I Hot Mince .85
and Carols, Robert : The Yorkshire Canary Club
West Hymns | and becoming: gentle to moderate
Key after
To Local ; spending ten Dick Liebcrt's "Sing and i America is awarding :special cash !
Official Visit; I'ytlliuuSisters days with her sister in Miami. Shaw: southerly. Partly cloudy weatheri j
Rejoice Christmas Carols," "Car i! with a few showers over the extreme prices and ribbons for the best ]
Mrs. Lena P Scigler. Mulberry. all the courtesies paid her Mrs. 'I ols for Christmas Eve" with brass I north portion tonight and i j Yorkshires exhibited at the show TAVERN
Fla, Grand Chief made her Seigler gave a most interestingtalk Mrs. Benjamin Russell quartet and organ (RCA Victor.) ]: Sunday. /' ----
ficial visit to Key West Of-I on the impoitance of Living of Louisa Street will leave I Rounding out the Christmas Jacksonville to Apalavhicola The a'erII'adult: hl20 : 600 TRUMAN AVENUE-

No. 20. Pythian Sisters on Pythiamsm. for Havana on Sunday by plane ,I records are: The Hoosier: Hot No :.rnalilTaft or storm warnings squallUit "f --MH. ,.uuuuu..uuuu..uu..u.uauu.. )

Monday evening. Mrs. .. The half tad been very beau- for a stay of several days there. Shots doing "Jingle Bells"and j i i have been issued ---
Kelly Most Excellent: Chief presided tifully decorated with gardenflowers Mr Russell is employed by the "Santa Claus Is Coming to I !'
City of Key West and this will
over the meeting by the decorating committee Town" (Columbia I i: "Merry I I Key West. Fla., Nov 27. 1948. I
I be his and Mrs. Russell's
which the degrees of the consisting: of Mrs. Magnolia Christmas Polka" (Capitol): KEPOKT 1rtOil
were conferred: upon Mr. and I Weech, Mrs. Julia Brown, I visit to Cuba.Armando "Song of Christmas" album with !:, (Observation taken at City Office. (\ ;

Mrs. P. T. Rutrough, Mr. Calvin I Mrs. Lena Sands, Mrs. Zenna I Fred Waring including Biblical j i I 8:30: a.m., EST) ,
Barnes, Mr. Leon Saunders and Felton and Mrs. Corine German Socarras, of Havana, I verses, carols Christmas songs: I J I Temperatures I

Mr. George Phillips. j I for the meeting after which" refreshments will return to Cuba tomorrow "Christmas Gift" by John Nes- I:I Highest yesterday 8':; .

Assisted by the Degree Staff !! were served( to all after spending a month with relatives -i I bith (Decca) Lowest I last night I W 4 \

Mis. Blondey Valdez. Excellent!I present by a committee conposedof in Key West. "A Christmas Carol" by Ron- !i Mean. 82 '

... Senior presented Mrs. Seigler a'': Mrs. Irene Adams Mrs. Viola I ald Colman and 'Twas the I Normal 12 : .; '. I
miniature parasol containing the j; Higgs and Miss Gretna McClain.' Mrs. Albert Snead the former Night Before Christmas" with 1 1 PrecipitationTotal .. .. I. .' I

gift of the Temple. Mr. Wmfield]I The meeting was preceded by Beverly Jones, returned to her Fred Waring (Dacca) are popular : last 24 hours Dins Cv i ,

,. her at the Oversfa Restaurant home in Ft. Lauderdale Friday story numbers. : _
Russell also j esented on a banquet Total this month 0 :34 ins ;
the behalf of Key West Lodge j I I p arranged by the tommit- after visiting in Key West with Other records and albums for Deficiency this, month 1 t 67 m> '

168, Knights of Pythias a large 1 I' tee of Mrs. Bernice Parks, and friends for several days. This was gife giving are Bob Atcher's Total) this year, 4.) l 95> in> '; :

bouquet of red roses. Mrs Bessie Lowe and greatly enjoyed Mrs. Snead's first visit since '"Early American Folk Songs" Excess this year 9 65 ins J

After thanking everyone for by all present.Daughter I 1937. (Columbia) hillbilly songs by a Relative. Humidity,
I II I native Kentuckian who learned 8:30 a-m. > 1\11\ ;
-- Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Pack of I them from his father: another 84'; YOU could uisli f for

, Of Former WesterIlus I.Wilmington, Pel., are in Key i hillbilly artist, Dorothy Shay. BarometerSea i ,
; Key I comes through with an album of '"=
West for two weeks and have I ( Level). 8:30 a.m. ;
announced that they are more I"Coming 'Round the Mountain. 29.118 ins -10152 nibs
Promising Musical Future than pleased with the Island City 'a selection of mountain airs. Dor- Tomorrow's Almanac
-- r
Church I and hope to return in Februaryfor othy sings the story of a middle- ''} Sunrise 6 52 a m >
Local will be interested the! Broadway Baptist
of Arkansas
a longer have I.western heroine. Joan Sunset 5; :3 i
i! stay. They < p.ntMoonrise
Term.I :
of former Auditorium in Knoxville. I
in hearing news some '
many friends here. and one tune about an innocent 4 .{7 a m _
Key Welters that has been received I I I :Mrs McPherson had her initial country girl "Pure as the i :Moonset 4 03 p.ru

by Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian 1 musical training here but comi I Driven Snow"and six more
Cabrera. I i pleted it in Tampa. She now has Miss Lula Mae Barnes of ( "The Nut- No possession gives the 'r\-j
Brunswick. Ga., u her sprightly : : TIDES !)notes: quite a? much of a .. '
The news deals with Helen |: twenty-nine music pupils. ji j visiting |I I'Ctacker Suite" by Ormandy and %
Leah McPherson, the 16-year-old :i Helen Leah has as her teacher sister and brother-in-law Mr.' j:I the Philadelphia Orchestra: "Per- (Naval, Base) thrill as her own solid % t,
daughter of the former Margaret Earl Jones in whose class recital': and Mrs. R. V Lowery. at thelatters' fume Set to "1Wll'with music Tomorrow i I, iUer! Left to right, above: ;

Quintans, the latter being the i j she played on Nov. 23. Her numI I' home on South street i!!by Harry RaviJ; "Dusty Manu- Eastern Standard Time) .G / Francis First. Pointed # ;.r;,

daughter of Domingo Quintans. ,! hers included Pasca's "By the'I Ii 'scripts" with Sammy Kaye (RCA High Low i a Antique :Marlborough, '
who will be remembered here as !: Sea" Debussy's" "Girl with the A ,..l..kend'isltor to Key Victor) :3; 26 a m. 1 119) a m ,,1 1 French Renaissance.Crorpait 4
1! Flaxen Hair" and Bach's ""Pre-I West is Miss Clara Muehlman, 748pm. I25pnt 1
the manager of tht Trust cigar : j I I '. Hose. And pictured i 1
.* lude" and "Aria. j who is associatud with the :
factory. / 1 I I at right. is the matching
Mrs. McPherson and her ,j She has another year to finish ,1 Ican Gardens in Botan-I \S;j kTLQ'1L i 'ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Pointed Antique sterling e +e

daughter Helen Leah are now :! at High School and will then at-\i{i and who I:. making her first visit (Reference Station: Key West)

making their home in Oak Ridge, j| tend a Conservatory of Music. to Florida. Miss Muehlman is the I I (You mar write Vivian. Brown Time of Height of siher tea set. ;bIIE

t Team. where lUU-n Leah is !I I She won the State Audition last guest of Dr. H. Hayes and Miss sin]I[ car of this paper about news StationTide 'high water ,

studying piano and gave her year, and her musical future I Hanposa Hayes at their home in sof own ) :| B hia Honda
first recital on November 23rd ati I i i I seems very promising indeed. Miami. II your gang. i,! (bridge'Oh 10m 0.0 ft. \\" ::\ YH THINK: OF 'TEKLN! (. ?ll' EH\\ \HI'. THINK( HI-

Renoir. one ot the giLat No Name; Key
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earhes-I ; I Edward Everett, spoke two French painters was the sun ota (east end) +2h 20m The BEACHCOMBERJ
Soap was a highly expensiveiUna The :> nce of a regency I
I Boca Chica
I at Gettysburg in a speech > tailor and was apprenticed to
until 1800 when a French: 1- m English history was the that is little remembered; Abe 1 f i a porcelain; manutactuier when 1 (Sandy P..inO-Oh 40m

scientist discovered: soda couldbe appointment of the Earl the of Pembroke ; Lincoln :spoke two minutes in a 113, years ot age. Caldes Channel i and SIL J hR'' Mll'//S
made from common salt and as regent upon accession speech that is known to this day I (north eud) +2h Itaa +1.4 ft

by bis research made soap avail- of Henry III to the throne. by school chtldrtn.ApproxtmateIy' I t I Business. Manager; Lew Cioni-: oDe | hey IJ eats tai'orite; Jewelry Nr

able to common people. I| well is the only member ot the HATE: i I . .
The world's first cog railway 650,000 people Detroit:: Lions organization who ;| .( )--Uinos sign: Corrections .
iif fie** place 1 sellingUS included: Francis First, 118.75; Pointed Anli'jne. ,
The skua of the average adult begun in 1869 still operates to visit the historic Gettysburg has been with the dub since it I to be subtracted. a # .
,aasawis, about 3.MHMXIO sweat the 6,288-foot summit of MU battleground i n Penns I..lUa I t.[switched to the Motor City in I (+)-This sign: Corrections t.1.1l > I SH.Marlborouch,$21; Frem b Renai ...ncc.ill; Crorgija HW. US :50.

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WALL STREET up on market No one seemsto profits tax law But it slumped 1
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r, there is no market They won'tI After the war, which ended in :; i years nf prosperity under -

I I! ecncnture a prediction any August of 1943: a big; bull market I the Democratic: admimstration 'i

longer I was expected By May of 1046 a It seems logical Cut the "

I Stocks or m.mv of them are Rood Lill market h..vl: developed market kootn Going down
today paying higher cash returns, i llowe\er. it cracked in Mav and When ,it will, turn upwards is ..
: before Yet I: hadn't gone baa up --111..-('. Yet the great qui tH>n. But most ol
th.m'f they .
re-I 19J7 and 1943 have, tern wonderful .. '
t| the rxptrts (ion t expert( a bull 1- ;
main down. down from what I I years, with labor tn ubl" market until after Jmu.ir1st
1 + oa they were a few ears ago when alone marring: the picture Hue ___ __ ___ I
they utren't paying: a cash return j ptofits have been made and the --- ..Ia
anywhere nead today's percentages market remains downIXwey's >i Your Grocer SELLS That Goon -
s Take 1927 and 1328, I Nm was expectedt1 i
when stocks were sold at a fast send the elm up. but when I STAR BRAND has "glitter7 i ::
clip. Buyers thought if a :stock 'Dewey wasn't elected!. the m.>r- I
I paid five to ton per cent. tl \was ket slumped It had; no MHtit'fii' AMERICAN COFFEE
.i : an excellent !huy. But. ..l.i\.' a : economical reason to slump. even and CUBAN
ta 'numlM of stinks .in 1'.1\ Ing ten though a DenrvHr.itn. adiinins ,, -Try A Pound Today. for you ..
L' Yx tp +r'" to nftet-n per i cent and not going! trrltilln might pass another {Xl'\-':>>.

r _.-.ri'. _a Ye The Makers of L1'I1EW Present luminous! taffeta with \

I glistening metallic rtccens. '

i- THmn-1 1 COfOBIOBIIOIlSIOKMSllll'0 r1 ...An wnforget --=-

&*. ---- able collection;
EARLY- Y KITCHEN-I reproduction of a California kitchen of WJ was one of
I alurd at $7.000.000 were rxhiltitrd r
4.I>U AI. aa I r..a..v.o >hu" "hf'rt' anliuurs I '
-', R ear PING ;of Doris Dodson
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(HiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiinmuuiMiiiuiiiUiiiimiii.iriwlV : .! etyninG SHUTTERTwo I Jrcsscs with a .

Wiling -
Two modern home necessities m orte-bo non '
at the YEAR ROUND I attcactive owning and a positive, ttvrdy radiant Junior in minJ. > '
SI.KM.1.S: Storm shutter "
AKMI.D: ( I .
v t i.M.r.\: SIT our (:fllI" ,.liimllolldtiy .,/ (.11" _
Jackson Square. Whiteheadand ? BEAUTIFUL ENAMEL FINISH

Southard Street 1J,.,.,,, ,.'i
Ilwnmla.ONmW.5UINllilulllllllllllllllllllllllleMONDAY' SUNWIND- SfORM STOPS are "olwoy __
f : -? ready for action"-day Styles That Demand e
9.00 p MJuke Box dance I RAIN I =- and night, rain or shine, the Individuality
'. T rut h or Consequences year 'round When a storm Labels That Are

Quiz Sh iw." and STORMS __ approaches pull on the 1 Nationally Advertised \
TUESDAY: convenient handle and your *
7 ;JO P M.-Shuffle board sessIOns FHA TERMS r modern awning suddenly IIE.\ICJI) ;; \HTEHS: for ,
on the patio Call or Writ 'for Full Informctioa becomes a solid, rugged Flexees. Life. Best.Form. iJ l
z gOO P M -Theatre Group meets storm shutter or window Perma-Lift and
1 00 PM -Hospital Fishing trip. '
8 00 P l\t.- Dance Class (Beginners n.tI,,, ;(,,.e.'i \...
.) BLIND CO. 'Iwuinr. jaluu.it'r, AS m" i 4 ,
9.00 P.M.-"Ye Ole Country \'.art'.liau ItliiitUTELEPHONE
r Party". I -123 DUVAL STREET 1042 (:.IIII.IKV| :: )KKSSKS: .: In A arilv of Color:

(Square Dancm', Vir- mill SI I.'I!
ginia Reels).

.* 00 P \M.-Photo Class. LEWINSKY'S
9.30 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra I Featuring
815 PM -.Im..ies.! Bridge Par- i s PANTS in Checks. Gleen Plaids and Attractive .

Ii_ N ties.SATURDAY: ? r'I Ii'1 1 en: Colors Pleated and Hollywood Styles- I
17'.. -'I' k DRESS SHIRTS and SPORT SHIRTS and Marlboro I
BOYS TOWN HEAD :Mxtr Nicholas n 11\ 1 IS:; p l\t -Movies by Apollo
I N1W Hfiarr nr. 4irctl. .* .f Rues Town famous little :Nebraska'\ city 10.15 I*.M.-Seci>n.l stow (aamc' I I I Esquire SOCKS Hickok BELTS and JEWELRY Catalina
tills bail .! MM U bU chutes to the ijmnasium of the school. feature). a. d. SWEATERS SHOES by Johnsonian
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Fuicst and word toes annually 200: PM.--.Classic Hour RUBIN APPEL IS
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k-strov enough/ timber to makei,700.000 Coffee and doughnuts + } a r
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from CM* lot UN fn..' tour in : I 'I a gift that will delight every male heartArrow ..
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I Assist You In Your Shopping
tfilti milL nAut dlt't<:>ing man I
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|>TM+ea.lata. .Iratfc' i I,,IUMI-S. I.,-, KEY WEST'S LARGEST DEPT. STORE II : TOWELS and TOWEL SETS-Assorted Colors
awl b......1.i !I Assist you in this very important detail. Here you I is Fancy Colored DISH TOWELS Floral Designs

M......mitnN -ti.i .i IK-...1! t.. tbrfcirv i i. will find something for every member of the fame I : CURTAINS Organdy. White and Colors

p1kd. i ,.....inn thbe ,- \ ily and our helpful and courteous clerks are at your
.shmtl9. Ita...'u.:ti l r "..,,1.1 i Ihu disposal. Come in. MAKE THIS YOUR ONE STOP E Quilted Designs
. ,luetlsrm.Adel : Jersey

.lln/' H e Sfi !gesI : A Beautiful Assortment of NEGLIGEE 3
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h' QIiaaod IHMi i i v f m.ulu, I IJumplql&a I GIFT LINENS from Belgium. Switzerland and Chinn- ..
lee al. u I Hand.Painted CLOTHS-Embroidered PILLOW CASES- J

A email amoui-- .d f inimtn .in I J:: VANITY Pure Linen SETS DINNER-LUNCHEON NAPKINS-TEA CLOTHS-BRIDGE NAPKINS SETS- .I !II We Have Just Received a New Shipment of ,

ton and pantry .IdueI. t,, seal| I
Ic.&X'd patsy 1\: ;1'\t .... Itlt'lr : II I NELLY DON
flavor We are now showing a Nice Assortment DRESSES

Hat manuUtt,.. ;;Iy U..a I' : of Hand Blocked : filJ'ol1olle; Ensmltlvs: E "i'i' ; 12 f" 211-. ,, ill IInl/ .'"i)1;
U.. awnl"11..<..'.an' man I Drape and Slip Cover Materials 3
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-- j j <: Stripes. and Florals in the new Dark Shadesonwi .. I

Garfield was the laiK. <.st I.at( ':. : To get a man"- slant on the ideal 1 lin-tuia gift, cuiuc ill : .SV<- (Our Oilier Lines; (if l(1ilihlI: ; 3 3E
>f '*ny American .ni1dtDI-.tn-' !

74 ____ t _._. |I <: )) Forget the! I Coy() :: I anti! fee our Arrow Carol: Tone Ln einLles.Hie E OK/'XS/i'.S: ; ; Ih
A tube mik- ,.l .....-..tea ...n j : A Complete Line of I I.
laina about 4.5W..KMI t'Wi II( I1hl u : Grandrrlle: satin striped LruJtUlolh "hirl hat the beat looking : :. ..

R/siaurant.lir.t. I lHin.., uallv :' : l best fitting; collar made llie Arrov If!*!' Mitoga f figure-filled : C BALLERINA SHOES. roNiY $3.48 3

t'f>ULvar..r htlirmh Hc.\.lu.1)j < I For 1 (the GirlA : and) Sanforized labeled (shrinkage limit \\rr; K .
tub when ari!lort.t .U could no I '! Teen-Age I. ; TIIE sK: :M.N: T\| Uo1: I IH 1\: Sll'Uf-; : :
loHK r offoid great letmuts ,fI! Made. just for the shirts are the harmonizing Carol: Tone ties I ,
.en'.nts. Nice Line of TEEN AGE DRESSES I : ah :{ Sjrr//A
-- I : Just the Thing for the Holiday Parties She'll Be Attending : and handkrrrhief that gnc en-ciuiilc, completenc :

Th n..form"1 I (C'huu m .jl.< Mtfir COATS: : -
Amerka' wa foun fmm the )tlxirUthK' ; ; thee: ; I : ill .til the II Hiilt-tl >/->/<>> iintl t.u/urc Shirts $4.T Ties SI.50 Handkerchiefs 65c ;, :. --'I/.so/ KinrilM: STKl, "/"('E. fol'I';I''
first M-tllrrs of Ni \\ Yi> k m tNew i '
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-.- : May we remind you that we carry a COMPLETE i
Cra'tLoJ1 t'r" '..,....h ,1.,1 .,I I : LINE of SHOES for Every Member of the family. Fur ,flf' LEWINSKY'S MEN'SSHOP / r thrllrnniji : .
their dun in unt i ; xMoii i .

than 30('"::1 nun \\, DEPARTMENT 1 Urum" -.}( DUVAL [1)1 hone 116 tj Krioir. APPEL ROUTH'S !
luted as kilit-d w ., u/ ,k\i >tatnx ; 1\\ CHAS. ARONOVITZ STORE .tII Knoir.: .)_0 STREET flit

kfter the th.I...\ battle e j I - fOR AROW SPORTS SHIRTS/ - 511 DUVAL STREET 3
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; |t.win,""mniiwiwHiiiiiiiiiiii!+ Key Wptf't I largest t Store 1I'1I.IIIIII"I'II&III1IIQ1CIII11U11'> ,' __ .
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