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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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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 Roberts who was held in County Jail without baiL was immediately -
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released. He was the last witness called before
the
\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 .
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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
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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
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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
$40
wa. paid by Robert Mil.
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.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
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'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
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Court yesterday bv the City <>f
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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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1 "f t :irathon.! .he l
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saying
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;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
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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..: ;

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I i i ; :)1 'I MIAMI KEY WEST SunddY. Nov 28 RAUL'S CLUBON
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BARGE LINE. Inc.
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I : ) 31 THE BOULEVARDBY
I CLYDE MALLORY DOCKS:
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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 Wifi Regular Order of Roast DOOR PRIZE. Of
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Given Away I I 1941 Studebaker. Coupe
"JOHN LOVES MARY"
1940 Plymouth. 4-Door

: I I I I 1940 DeSoto. 4-Door

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..... .01'..... I.., ........ ...... bI | Key West I In [ [)
r '''1i'. 4'--.. ... ............ Newspapers are still trying to determine By Tb? Associated Press _
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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
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.. 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
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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.
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.... 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.: .____
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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
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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
Late
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
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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
that
!statements .. she silhouetted the "
,,- a Kr** ia'-mt was against he myself
that
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
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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 .
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!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
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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. > -
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'so. ;
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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
'Successful
(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
of
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 -:
food
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. ; .. .
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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 -
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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
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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
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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
nov27-3txj
Completely RENT-COTTAGES.
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
i
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
Castenada
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
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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 ..
TUNE IN W.K.W.F.
To be announced. bushes from Hughes Seed .: 3

longest run was Store. Key West Garden and Guest house. 2 blocks from new
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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.
Street
for completely :
Know America) apartment owner ;
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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
be
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
II
shita River.1879Edison. I
ILITI FLOORS ICs
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! ;
ESTIMATES
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
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Undimmed u. c. C. w: In the average washing, soap
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

I
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
I
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
STREET'
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.
Sunday
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/
Congregational
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- -
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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
Ien.u
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"

., CHURCHof Corner of DIVISION and GEORGIA STREETS
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The tmv cinnamon teal is hm- ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor

sited to the western part of the CHRISTAshby
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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
COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US :
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
may
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
I I 8OO o'Clork: REID WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY
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
[ )
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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....ilHHRlHBlIIIHHItUlH minininmnimnniiimiinminiiinniKniiiiiirairannimmiHnnn1SOCIETY : !' ..Jl, ssilh'' 1 1I The Veterans'I t j I I l .u'mm' u N.C.CS.:"-;; :i


NEWSBy I RehearsalTomorroic :
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NIflA LESLIE GXJLEY I L 1021 DUTtl Street Ii.

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
"Follies
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. -
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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
except
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. .
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,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
West
---- -- 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
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Navy Wives Bowling League 3, 1948. Team No. 2 is composedof I mans and it was from the tribe t
*ETC.
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
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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
Mr.
and
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
first
Orders
which the degrees of the consisting: of Mrs. Magnolia Christmas Polka" (Capitol): KEPOKT 1rtOil
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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\ ;
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-- 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
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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
people
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
numbers
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
hours
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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)ACE SIX THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY.
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WALL STREET up on market No one seemsto profits tax law But it slumped 1
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j (Continued From Page One) 1 know the answer. I Thereafter k-idins Ammcarbprediitei : "
a
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'\-':>>.
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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 '
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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 .
PROTECTIONagainst -
All ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION
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
WEDNESDAY KEYVENETIAN WEST 'iuo.d. Maiden Form
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 ,
GOOD 1I0lSCKCEPIW:
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).
THURSDAY: *

.* 00 P \M.-Photo Class. LEWINSKY'S
RED GOOSE SHOES for CHILDREN
9.30 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra I Featuring
FRIDAY: *
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
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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
SUNDAY: *
-- 9:45: A.M.-Java Club. vc:
Fuicst and word toes annually 200: PM.--.Classic Hour RUBIN APPEL IS
I N,'1'S. i"'tils I 9.00 PM.-Fellowship) Hour r.tt
k-strov enough/ timber to makei,700.000 Coffee and doughnuts + } a r
I Z ,,: 926 DUVAL STREET-
In the h NillliI I'UHUIIIr4i nil. i tons of new"pnnt. l
bled bvr..1st Itx. 4V..1 at f'. i I t : .. ................... ........... ..... .. '
,... aUiutM\ day k l b) .'W INN -. .
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1 f bV APPELROUfTH'S .
Wh4e. Mom for ti.in-fu.si. : 1 'The Fas '
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from CM* lot UN fn..' tour in : I 'I a gift that will delight every male heartArrow ..
t>& country in IMS :' Inn '

Severd .-- -diiltitnl s.mli| I : v r CWondering I Here Are Suggestions That Will i

r.. *nr slide fix hi, |p..|,..i in.ikti., i v I .. I
I Assist You In Your Shopping
tfilti milL nAut dlt't<:>ing man I
ufaclvn'r. I UunOr) .uxl otlui! I. 1
usta What to Give? .
i E Lace TABLECLOTHS. Damask TABLECLOTHS
71a'F, I 4i ARONOVITZ
Cur Mi&rtrs ;an m.i to t t..r f..,al l :
|>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
I BED JACKETS-Silk and
.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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a ft'* tan. j IK 1. '.1 I .1+m)' ..
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
wears, a cue 7 h..t. !! : -
Solids
-- 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-' !
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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 : :. ..
-I'I'he.lwn. : SPORT COATS. SUITS. SLACKS. BLOUSES etc.

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: : -
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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 '
Jnsey 'E \JrOIl"'II1I, ; .1II/ ,,> .Nnr ..Nyr.sr :
-.- : May we remind you that we carry a COMPLETE i
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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 : .
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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
(",dh..bul' .. ,.. .'n.1 \r-, ; PHONE 174
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