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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 29, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
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 )
 Notes
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 I Key West Florida has the ;p Associated. Press Day Wire. ,

t I most equable climate in the QrQr Krfl m f (!rift '" ,1r _. /Features and Photo Semcea


.|i country range of only with 14 an* Fahrenheit average ;;..l 5-t'" For Best 68 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to th'I



THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U. S. A.

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VOL. IA1X. No. 281 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. MONDAY: > \o\ rMHUl: _"). l'H8! PKICE .FIVE. CENT;:

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i Highway Crashl Continue In Suchow





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i.ititr'.. Car: Drivtn '"'i .U ( hit 'ah'IIJ1I1' On
,....w. "... Hearings) ; KaiMuk.thing .

(Iff l'. X lli liH.t> I'opt' I'm* I l.\pr: .....t... -_ s t <(<:m,'rin;: Diilit.

.,' ':. p'',?,... Southern Hell Tu L. is
I Two United States sailors and lltipt- 'I'hal <<< :liri-liu.i-. I or) ()rillli7..itli..n (
I II I A TRANS-WORLD AIRLINE CONSTELLATION PLANt bursts into flan's shortly after Und CBp .lb. .......... ...._1

( a civilian were" injured last night : >t i vit.t..- \l B'l tlilt.lit'inINol ing at Municipal Airport in Los Angeles. <*> the end of flight from WtlShmgln.; D. C. All 18 I "What is the Chamber of Comnitrce' Kale Increase NANKLNG. Nov 39.-It. .
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four
tddlisuw involving cars
in a "
: Itc Ii| i..luiliil passengers and the crew of five got out of the; burning) ship without injury The plane was dual ters official amount i t."
at the south end of Boca ChicaliridKt I.
nu Overseas !Highway. 'I try l..ri.1r1 I'n... II destroyed This is the question asked tuI : Sttuihun I>'II\ Tcltnhont. & l clay that 250,000 Nati.maJul

lay in a number of bills being Ttlt.i.ith 1 <'u. his applied lo thrl <,
Thost. reported injured were: | PARIS Nov :!9. ik .legate --- -- --- I ant nut bv thtChambtT. The lit <> id K.I! (.i and PuWit :I letups that air based in S''" hr.wI "

Leon l. Edwards of Raleigh! Peter Frailer of New Zealand! I ( :ONMM( siIN IN I'itititBR1:1h!: 1. tic. statement surd; in the bilk Utijitu: ; .. ('omnn..a'n. ;: f't K* m'ralin j'I and its vieinitv for the dt.It'I.i itrf .

N e. wh. was taken to Galey '; ret'ummt'wlj to the general assembly Hustings Thinks inswt-r the q tJfJrhe: Com ..ri.;..,<... in ,t. intrastate tt..h.- j jpi I that t itv havr 'been "1.11'"
MI'an.ltl.I. Hospital in a Lopez of the United Nations today 1 1 numtv Service! Stat MG." Then it *nt. .servi's. h..th t.I.| and tx with to tiy to knock out'

Flint al Home u ambulance that attain tit. taken By HASTINGS BAKER irasllataG1i i < ontmues" : t'h.m>!" I.mmuniNl pim-ei
; f..rth'l I | Whv. its your family doctor A motion" to make thtsi, In- iu..t. "
('h,...' John A. SIlva attached with to partition I I""Stn i the street the lawycfI : .rrt.tss. lIT ,nf'i!I.h.I.: rff..I". undt Ifcat i. deiiantd for for i of, I

Naval : tnern Jew and Arabs. Furox| 'an who Earn ;ill. .til t i ttln!: Aunt I-J//K ', .. I..
t<> Hi. ItX i -t Rora' Chita I tk. I t tab 'r h..1 ...... Ii n.< i bv UM VIII1- 4 NMkinit
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Air .Fidd taken to Naval Huspi I He aLso proposed that Arabic. thin <.i untiv fitim holly'it' t w i fair hotel keeper who anx. from m' "10 ;"..t t the mitttr sit fur Hut irpwU K...... r Ii I'"i

tai in .. Naval ." ibulan leave Palfs I might: bi surprised to !, ,t j tin. :saint northern .,tats that you public IK, ..i 'ui|*,. Sat I t I". h..vt .i dislocated hIp. Washington. D. C: "I p'ibly the t.iiKti ont i in Win 11.i t1.. .trxr" on UrtrmU )
Goip.siu.in. Beryl Hinue attach: tine He referred to these trot pe> I tnu nolion's t"-,. "-.-,'nrr \0111' hole i .I I.,. h. i .i 'j i iii .J.I .. K ,,.n,,',illt. T>*. Omin had not vet la.ian M. intoward ", i

til t<> the Naval Hospital who was : who had gone there from various>> capitol about 10000(1( ]s' III I ....ur dt'nlist v''n <:..a.i i UK, i .' : ti.. tight b. .*4lot thr ........ lmetr+.i.iI i

s, i.ill,h"".i l and slightly cut. I Arabic statt-s. intluding Fevpt I pie UM outdtKir privies (Continued On !I"'JI' Six I II i 1'i'' h. ..1//In;; n .:if,( rnt plains.I t I MUMfe <4 troop wrrr wan ,
.\-. 1 t.,...n..trudL-d by the sheriff It was said that Great i about Swtkvw. huyMHI I'-- ,

.. ..ff..... th<. car driven by EdA.ill.b probably will not veto B..I The trial of Japanese war. cm' I tobatro 'W ,iM ...all"....
end of pcb ll for the division of p.tlqaUy Wicusteraxd ..I..
\ was nearly at the 5 ]
tine which i.; not in aeror I inalrecentlv ctimpltted t | Preliminary Hearings thrrat WAt > Na.krsn.
the !budge! In ties rear were a dA 'r
\\uikii" with a car in tow and the tk-rnadotte or British plan j aim'ist 10 million dollars. This ; ti't i !MMOW.tbr ............ .a:

.< thud ear that was supposedly when it copses up for a vote in'' a 1 I..t..f money for a doubt: npwipose nil .nawnifra sail /earl. ..

th, non 1.\I IliniM Going truth on the Security Count Under BratI I The trnc10111 pr..bahl't"OInC lT ,g5I JTo i Be Held This WeekJiiolitr "frlrea b.ve bane ....est

"ii the hedge was a fourth ain's recommmtndation the when we will be cmh i irossed a 10\_ N m.. ..... .....' '

,u r the.. driver of which is not ert would U given to the d'S'1 I : at all these war tll i ,,1- r ?mawMdcr are Md In ii.to .
kn'>un and the western section of I which are so similar to the diu sages i I .- ltoll.iiiiliii: the nrmuval. al the MW' .
lei to the Jews | losers \hi. sotdAern _
when the
always wen N.
I 1'I1I..f SlIv.I'-o i : traffic tar swerved: coining from south the' A mcbbattt: from Pope. PIllS wb I I killi, It is difficult to uncle ,. \iiil( Ira .\llmrI \ Ifi i I Kc\\ \\ islcrs Bui eve HItHinatoU NllMJII_

k, ghntd I off the car being towedb received by the UN in which ht'l i stand how these trials mana i' t -. I told I llrariuItc :.. ham: t.elrK. III' .

tic, wrecker and swung expressed the fervent hope that : cost so much money The Japan y ; t will .Mry M TIRICfctMg "

a u.j. .n,t< the auti.nvibUe dnvcn by the usual Christmas, services at I c&e_Ulil droned on fur two and a I ;iiniiji;: 'J J.04layrt Start [For() Jiumi I ; K**- pk oily n.. ,
1 C': i'A .irnsKdwirds: Bethlehem could be conductedthis half years an-i for every word "f rley of hu daft arr ..... mtoJ. tolam '

/ car was driven off year without molestationfrom testimony' taken the cost union ..' s i 'at-e Justices Ira Albury and Jnfhu'riull Center(: I .hwh hop* ever thi. ., .
either of the contending than a dollar. I ) .>l the ituMmn u< hl... .
1:11': t ikhway at the end of the II' --S H:imlm will have five 1)1-
and t down the embank parties in Palt'-tine. I I ('Moon Ice the u..t St..'
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I I 1In.IIheannlt'i: for personsIuitei TN Ir'.J tiift r i i n..I.1. i ,,
""'it Iwaids wa- slightly cut -- -- 1 Down in South America thi, \ .t".an ae t'v ad apps,
i al i rest by County authon lax ;in:i''!JilI..j i tti.it earn.. this .
.,,.r1 i I biuist"d 1. but his tar was No Homcstcud have an automobile race that. I r tht Natnttalwt. ...Kft. 1'n'.
v. .i i !; ( I lash three weeks and covet'nor" :" .t ,. harged with various offen- m" nong I I'ur \"un,.: Kt v Wt>teis This moriufM lw run"I"
t
I I .1F pr.p s I
than twice! the distarxifit this started I th. fust km irf the who r r.
TI.| hit'f car also collided I > s week for t: < In ui ti in 1 1 rite my

vats, t''M. IT sums north in tin I Exemption ifNonResident from Now York to California ; Today Peace Justice Alburvill .it :Mniii They tall bissi.ned plant. I landed at C>__. Sh.

I.. ,h..aChief Silva suffered a The divers: roar alons across I ill have before !!' posts .it tht imlut.tion tenter and slut ward it left foe H'-n.,.
!I him Tom I Ian- 1 from w..bti-,
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ivi.i| i tied hip but Hmuc escaped pampas. deserts jungles and high WIU.r: -. in the armed services thi next lifk
with nits and bru.sel' -.. mountain with terrible fogs and --- ---- j 11..y.00 is chained with assault j for 21 months I land .t an IMMMMK* fh-lti. .

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.... I t h r o u gh Argentina. Bolivia The FtrnandtH'.u...niA\ Smith \0 It mats <4 Han FlaJwn-i-.
< i,tmuinc his investigation; to |S.rrla' I 1 I Ii! r.e CONVICT ANDREW EVA :b: 28 of Nfew Orleans. lies dead in i ling. hearing will be at S
d<..It.i mint if possible the caW T.\LL.\HASSEE. \o23.-:A Chile Peru. Ecuador. Colombia .j p. m. and On'liu J. Kxiiikui. ; whitf.
of t the trash woman who was entitled to and Vtn"zuta: the Cook County jail yard dt Chicago. He was shot to death I and Arthur Pin !lei i Ji. ....Mend i

.\ warrant for the arrest of Hinin homestead exemption in this This year seven people died in by Guard William J. Riley (wilt gun) in a Thar.kigiv! : Day Then Justice Hamlm will have I Thi hoar ..I.| ... :u.nourMX'd that : 'I't.'I'' r''re.'C(

drove state. who the race and the finish had a t hefoio him Pedro A'-evedo! who five vi>unK: nu n I have p........... thtiipht
'. the sailor<< who allegedly marries a resident of break ci nixie pr cnel". The attempt to escape was foiled. .
tti ic t'.ir tnat crashed with the oth- another state and makes a per- I twist that could only happen an' Warden Frank Sain (second frcm left) congratulates Riley. At is charged with assault with a ital (Sat i.nation.and' will : At T.M A.M. EaT
manent and South America. The leading/: tiiall.I' I up !Jot stivux latt in
( is: w ,is later issued following the move to resides with deadly weapon on Cruz Vega
inx..-tll.att..n. her husband in the state of his driver after covering all that left is Chief of Uniform Police Ray Crane. Coroner. U. Brodyis 1 I.>.t iii: fir 1 I Scats..i'I' .
I .. few feet at right. The other prisoners were captured in the yard.Lonshoremen I The woman" alleges Acivt-do ',
it was determined that Navy domicile'. is not entitled to homestead distance was within'' a Tr u.j i all.hest I.x the 4tlanta
of the finish line when the struck her in the face with a Oiaft li.ni.
("hit! f Charles A. MiManus was exemption on the propertyshe trowd ., i.ht twit nun \'tru In
.iu.u i i of the northbound car has in this state. Attorney' pulled him out of his car and! hammer will ix i .1'! <'u jp f"i ttit ii |>hii Billings

wluh| i Ilinut also hit.Irs. General J T..rn'aL.c.n ruled\ in into their shoulders to It-brat- (hi J 1)I (H.imlin othti I'.iM' ',. to .Ivht .d < ,.. II.i .., ..n. ...n IJ. 1, KumintthantHi"
an opinion tll the. tax assessor of The judges ruled that hi didn () ) ':nd, this week art Mark !Mi ,markHulfalo
Clay "i"t....
II. M. Lester e'.unty- '-- tame bumbling/ along in a. i ?]i rnoasis Kiavated assault on Matu "cis Hale I i (U) :,

S'ul! Hollutul To 1919: Chevrolet to win the petit ( t{Cottle aek I ioM.it ) Was itngtt n. colored, tomoi i >\\ Chatfa.tirn
of 114000 pesos (more than $2O i ioIt ;1 p. m and Max Cohtn owner In Chicago
Dies) I In i Miami Kxemplion' ) )
000 i i of the South Bt.hIotel.! who t'-pu.. Chi ,istIlrnvt ,
Visit/

\Ii. M\itlt: M's,ma Ixsttr. 77i ; LocalSid PI..h.blcone* of* the mo..ttluilhni. \\ork\' ) Loafiiim) ; \Vesselsi tel is hailed y by Miss with Mill a,>.sa-ll. H. Lang and bat :'\\imiscmnil; t Tax. LhtriHtEl 'r

UI i,. I *s i md iv' tnoiimu in Miami ;'1'''";''".... 'I'/1's.. txptriencts muii;'nabl." : I Miss Lang charge, that Cohen i 1"_.

.ill i .i short illness Sid I is tll give sight to a Mind person rilvIn I'n..r 11 II threw her out IIf the model offictSht :. ._a.rl.i s. TM ...,.._" Ft Worth
1't1'1 arrived here this Holland of UolKwood, .| > I II
"u mams The Eve Bank for Sight Restoi alslon
i : fell to the sidewalk OI..jI T.\I.I.\II.\s..r.t I ; :. Sft't
lieutenant .
11I"" 11m., and funeral services ;.xemoi of FtoiidaKuvan.s bon rtifntlv issued its annual <. ( I U"I.'II'IIm''tl: : up ready to : .,. V' .Ittk"",\'IIII' .
rport .
I ';' tirLillrt; : 4Jn..nEliza'I" |I broke hi.; hip. rhe alkstOn : l' i r f.' ,';mi/ iti >n.f; -rating
u ill t I.. held tomorrow morning the Uixision 10 will Visit telling! of their 333 openti : uiiik. is :.Min a.s airingttnentsni I rndav at :> p m. Hjnilin .,11111 0"111 rt .;. '?!" to rata, funds Sria... City
..t :st Marv: Star of the Sea KW..t Kimonos club at lasttar. of whit h : : U.'la.1; lhI KET WEST "J
'>n nine out 'I. .
'.. .... A.'henfm its 'egulai : .,'" ,i, 'ii I"n .n n..t 'nj
( 1)1) In Church meeting toinouovv.
\ Lahum.
<>f ten wt rt successful Tht nwtHk ,I..rc-rl. alto .ilk) 'god *,"1, KQ Wad Airport
'I \ (" is j f <' rvpti"u troin 'i
The fie'ririg n"a'I\; 3 tin .11' id will be said at 10 o'clock m'.nJ will be held at the ; !
I I'.. ) sx .
is to remove th cointaroni ;: utitniiint); .. AranlesLa.ville.
"I h\, the strike hare l.ishtcl Roin ita C amaracoloiiil t..n .I'--I tar. -. ."pI..hk. f"I >
|Its
KI v ..ln.....ph \ armJ:. S. J. offieiain South Beach itstauiant at 6:4S up ..
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of .
the who has ,
will be held Ip. mAt : eve a person j /Rl T' t.'ST4 rows \fc'i, I fii.in San) Fr..nti-iit> :udM .it I02) Thomas strut '. I' it \ n r.t".in. '. (.Mn> ral
:-, Rosary services ., just did and graft it into a blind ,, ., ... yesttirlat- .f T'.ni Wi.t ,"i. i ml. d I m ..n I Mriidi.nMiar i
!1..11 ,1..1' I t"'lr t : opin .
.,it t 7 10 might/ in thee chapel utI.p '<'ompanv.i s., Holland 1 will l is' :NEW; ; 'om'r: 7 .n, t < maN wt .
)('r..I1.- ('>e within few ria i .. i iM
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; a ... I "son.1. f" .oiptr".IhrI
I i funeral homell'ii G. N. Hutehinson. also of Uotl. I This d .,ta..n. f i I..m ,rrt- '" t I 1',1. f h..d i tuim'dt.wrkTi. : -II'P P.I.New "
I i
wood Hutchinson ? ni n m area i
i tat will bt in the family tole the played a vital tan bt given sight It us' Maim. solif" ) ..i Isi: "n v.a.i. \ 'tr;,>av .nd thi runt i I.' 1)cat111UI) ( $ !I.the. ..*. !,,.(d--.ii ?' ..nt. d! t.. v. t a :--1. .a I.hh
,,1"1 t 'in Catholic ctmettrv in 01 a ganuatum of the !New\ Orlo'on.-
Key Meat dub fftitivt onlv ria r thost with cor '. fat, 17 d.iv> air' u'!inn ii" l"> tinjnh till, i intinuini. ..\ ith only .i ft".v' I ei i m.. ". ., ''rn'.2 t 1- Id..h i t.. ".et'v.'l'.trn i
and :
MIIii.rs widower Graham is an honorary I II y...IiN.e
n a trouhl I with tit hun'Ired. t..daafter h...... I 1 t..r, I
,
I I. tel 1. three daughti Miss\ member of the Key West : > n \.1.t 1II"n \.tn'' 'I.lnt t'n'tint tin i:3-1)-;: } (funa:() j i folkCklahnna
110 I Itna M Lester Mrs Carrie I Club.Ilulland's. I of good eye corn*'as ioing v.rh'l'noitl i 1 S.,t n -I I t n,.j tt r.. Th. i n..n,'.: ..tIn f:iv''>r '.f I ,< .
{'ate
to waste in the people who cite Bn'M.n 't t .s.- I.". .1.. I J. 1 I iii-I ,: I. '.V a! :: ..11..n.: till \\1 ,t .
f.'rt.Mrs. 11 C Bradford Ccis
H : main puipi>M in \ir\ (lanil one should fail to j:: .OOO nt II.II'iii: .. ., ,. \, .. l f ..1' Deer) 1.niahaI'n.
,n Iniph, HI Lester: grand.II..h"'l" visiting here tomoi low will bt to ) \ : t I Irr' i l\ .. Uh !.:i< ..iti i .\:\ .\ :\1c ':M'-A. Inji' ., <.la ,'.
I talk with l.It..tl"'t Thu-v-oust I..t'l' I.t ,,1 1 t.. I' "i ""i. .. t 'f! ( .,.n'J''I\ t'ii J .igr.( SIX' > ".1| .last "t.1" UiU \. nth; all n thaiotortMk >
C.
"r I Marion Bradford. newly t ffnerstif : ... : !'..tIhur5:1i:
.,ni >,'dn.l..nVllllam G. Rob- the dub who will take tiffut .no v"' the c'rnt.. i i I sht', v::i : nnc: .1 \itlirr\ \ ( M' i alh..n>' i hued ., .ti: ,: Iii' Ann.:
in Januaiv William V. Albuiv ..
i 1 it I "1 I I. "J.
: \1ari. 21. '.fft,i I' 'I ;. br "i.i
j : C"X
I 1'.lIb. : seas will bt Stephen will sutitfd Jimmie (attire:\' To get an idea of how much I -'';;-1 ,' :'. f ,', ", ',' ''I, sues.r .: S..ni t"" '
i | Drama Gui:!d of New York niliii--I .
\\-I.I ,ilt"i:.. \innnt, MtOtrmott. II as pitsident while' Julius Ku- ,.in:: M'
iii' 1.1.1
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i H I 1) ...i.'Itt i Bt.!tln 1; S.\\ \t.r. Paul I \ash takes o\1'1 i .j, tot ucr: work tht atom onMdti i thc j u 'III. i ai I.-. 1'.t, ... ,I' !
on .
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( ...,..10 \ .11", \\ilii.in \ frttn'an piisutint Di \lltn U Shipaidat. \ tact that the Atomic Energy ;I 1", ",",'.ll' 'lie lltl1,: ':. : ,i." 1.- 1.1'1' : \ ; ; ,. r. .. .' "....
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I \.n\1 I rice p iMtknt: I--ad "i' .1.0 ,...
Co i mis .ion is: nowpindini.. | :
i \\'mtuh: \\ ill intmui(' aI ,. but two million dollars every Iday. I "JOH J lOVESVARY"/ \ ................. .'. :._t ,.
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Plastic Nil-Flo \ and next year that amount I Palace TheaterJOHN
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AUTO PAINT : ;. tea ni i t"I' w nisi u. t "f the r.f I. Uu"tI" .... (iilIHH\!: ( PAYNE and Double Hung Windows Wi.. thr Junior
;,.,it t" ,'\'d..p \l"ap"l1.H. JOAN CAULFIEUD in
Hoy\ Key West Auto Parts 1U "'1 IUI \K 1 II 1 MKI..it \ \iu
\ : _il'.it deal! I' ..n 1 ln.li_ NOVEMBER, 23iI -1.I 1RCI11"News ; MINSTREL SHOW
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121 Dural St. Phone : --n. t h uness tar .: on, f f"l: P.it .. :
;. III. and Shw..ww.a.ww.w.w.' !! TELEPHONE IJli THURSDAY ... FRIDAY
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MIAMI KEY WEST if
LL.r POOR OLD CRAIG
L ; BRADY'SCHOICE FOR SALE' FOR SALE!
BARGE LINE. Inc. ;
... SERVICE STATION: I TICKETS Will EE ON SAlE AT THE DOOR \ '41 PLYMOUTH S1095

CLYDE MALLORY DOCKS: I y Francis: at Division Phcne 9134 I Cor.rttbl" CC-P IS:()() r. M

TELEPHONE 6 Soar "t lit; Oil. ur.i..ri I Sponsored:; :; by the JunioChamber of eoa.-cel) I Ii \VARRO. Inc. : I
POULTRY ADMISSION '
\,'xl Ittirgf I.f'ar'PSMiami. DAYS I TC Grease. Spray or I
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23SHOPPING LET i Opposite Bus Station t. 'ta 1
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7/jurs UNC.2 Change Yewr Oil 11214 WhiU Street Phon. $49
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1\t. r. SNti'... .HtISI\. ww-......_.1_AIhwKNT .. Nauge.rt \.. The wind in southern California must;: Br The Associated Press I '

..m T" .....n Ituldtsg 1 [ [i' 2) tcur ;?f
w C.i.f .;... IIp "n.1 4na >trl. be altogether different from what it i is on BIRTHDAY ie a
sp4, ital" '....I..r I. it.y. W..I and Daytime Summary i iI I IJ 11--
N. nr... .1). this side of the country. I
Selected pn5rams a. listed .e.ow. '
I9tl..a .I kvt; Mm i-.ri.l. .. a. _'.>n Newsfearuret :
NOBLE
day thoull" Fr'eI.F. T.m. a eatt.rastandard. ; BY EMILY
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hF'1111; tw.u4t '1iU: rItIr. For c.ntral standard 0..11. "..wI..,....
.
n. A MHK lat'4 Lv.r'- ,. ,.lu.lcety. .nettled to ent out a story about a breeze out California tract one hour; fer me..ntaln ..Ionel.a. JOHN HAYNES HOLMES.
ea* for rnpL.drr.La ..l nil __. 4'.pa.' "". creditedlt .. two ..o..r.. ... . . . . . .
(. w art ..ibvr.l-v .r-d.t-.t in mm p*|.*r. and way, a paragraph of which read : born Ner. 29. 1879. ,in PhiladH L a a a aaaa a aaaaa.&aa aaaaaaaa aaI aaaaa&a.aaaaa----------.
rla tb ).."I ..... ....I.U.....1 ...r.- "Gusts '! phia scion of an old Boston lam-,
ran high 50 miles
as as
.- an NOV. 29 THROUGH DtC. 3
..nil"'u. dy dating backto Chapter 10 She had been thrusting away that' t to ask him how his mother U
*t N > Intl;'
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.. |(! 01a. hour, trees= were uprooted and Christmas M.rnln Ply 1 m outn i question; all the way home. It'' 1 Florrie Monahan U enormousljr
:. : :.a : '.:'--=:' ... decorations 9.00-Honeymoon In N. T.-nte IT WAS about two weeks later I, wasn't such a long way 'fat but with a heart bigger than
swayed the settlers of 1630.
.nnthe .._ ____ dangerously on Breakfast Father Toughey used
:ltd ClubaboI15Barnyard when Rosalie got a letter\ from but it had seemed so her body N
I .lath .. ._ .. .. ._ Graduate oft'! '
Lilli Follies eltht'r'l Oh he'. shanty bub.
u- s treets. b to yes
1 att __ ._ .15 Wayne Kahler in California announcing she had expected to I say.
-- :30-Th. Cl.v*! ndalr*_nba Harvard divanIIty Monahan again on the too, but was always very kindto
Another paragraph said "The wind Bob Pool. that he was to
Show
: -mb* going '
ahtINtl 1SH Nt11a1aad. : school. she had yesterday. She me and it was always( a placeof
.. Isa..... .. Applhattonar.alsl. 1000: -Fred Wmrlnc Show-nbo Winifred Carlton of San '
n hit
marry wh
-- 30 miles an hour in downtown Los MDSIC for 1'ou-cba summacuml walked along this evening not cheerfulness to run to -. -\.IT1111- My Spry> Drama-Abo10.3O !I Francisco, who was a grand girl. sure whether she wanted to see couldn't stand the atmosphere of
'Ml .. Angeles putting the city under a pall of Hour laude. Phi Beta Rosalie was astonished but not which always filled
fm ff tf.ifr*. ar.i. ( thank. resolutions : of Serials- nboTb him or not, only very sure that death our
ft/ Mct. '.M u rm.ti.. -. pwma. etc, wttl be dust." Godfrey Hour-cb. Kappa he was]> hurt 'She had refused Wayne'sStrange she didn't intend swerving a step little flat."
a Im at .... r.... of Ineat.. II line. Say It with Slunkmbd11:00Hay almost impersonal offerof
--C out of her direct route to keep She sat full minute
a thmju&g
f..r .t.1.i rt..inn.nt I. hurchri fro* orda i i n d
e
A as
) > 30-mile Kjser Show aba ;
wind in West raises marriage but she had tried
..... .. Key no him. That would
MAkk. a lr I. r." t. ,.11' +re :. '.nb II line from meeting back; then she wrote on firm.y.
... .. 11:4*-Serial* lli br..)-cb;. Unitarian mm- !| to put things on a definite "let'sbe
a i.k I 1. .I'I /1runt aid Incites Ot. dust and is j never do. She had done nothing "Joe nods as he
Aat ..n ..' not heavy enough to put crestson )j friends basis even if shedldn't was very never
t I .t.i. .f ItM..1 .r
.N.t.l .".. .. I', ..... Afternoon ister. Pacifist : to be ashamed of. Surely even hedidn't had been before, but now I'm
.f wl I n 01.1..10 the i understand him.
I' an..nym in the quite
harbor.
seas A wind
of :>0- 12.0O Welcome her to live
wa.rn le 'r Tra..I.ro-ab. .J.hw HTM llolmm '' ellj':1: : in a sure I'll never see any more of
>
Kate Smith Halt-)lourmba2:30Words in both World True she had told him to go
Irish slum all her life.
mile velocity blow down shanty him-or any of the others that I
may a tree or two Wars. CaLi
1 and Mn lo-obeBUI he left the Unitarian ministry I| home without meaning She sat lightly at her table .
to forget"It
and may elicit a few comments, but surely Slater at Lunch-mb1OO in 1921 to form the Community j i fornia at all and had expectedto without fixing more than a cup want filled the
Muale Hair just and therewas
Hour'-nb see him in a day or two but paper
nothing worthwhile writing a story about. ':'*-Happy Cane-wb2.OO Church embracing all re- there was no reason why he of tea to keep her from gettmg suddenly nothing more to
-Double/ ligions 'in the cause of human shouldn't too hungry until she could go In the earlier she had
West
Yet or NOflatncabcSrdkful have gone straight say. pages
MEMBER the best
@ have '' out for dinner and wrote Wayne
194 story we ever read in HoU.oo4be brotherhood flown there just as he had done. written all that was necessary5
Queen for that she was working earning
a Doa-mb.
bout wind originated i ir. southern Cali- 2:3fr-ScriaIs: / I ft bn.-cb. Yes. she was surprised but defi- enough to live on, and finding life about thanking Wayne for the
fornia. Pride and Groom--.ttt Your nitely not hurt by his announce- most interesting now she was pictures and wishing him luck
Tb. Hop. Chttt-mt>. Horoscope ment. Clearly he had intended to really beginning to live it. She and happiness, and about her job.

Richard: Henry Dana, Jr. in his "Two S.00 Red-Ladle Benson* Be Show Seated-aba. surprise but not hurt. His letters didn't tell him of her loneliness, The end about Joe was just the
mb
Fears Before the Mast," written more S:30-Tho Hoax Party- <-b. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 29. had always been interesting if or misgivings or worries, becauseshe end.She
not frequent and this one was dressed carefully. She
Barn >aoc Sbo.-mb. 1948--Patient, didn't feel they were important -
IMPROVEMENTS: FOR KEY WEST than a century ago graphically tells about 4:00-Hint Hunt Quit-cb. contented happy quite gay. He sent pictures of tonight. Last night had been might eat in a smart restaurantand
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN that wind. Second Hone.moonbo and self-possessed is the nature Winifred Carlton whom he described different because she had felt she it would do her good to feel
The schooner on which he was 4.30-Winner Take An-cb. that C'OmE'from\ today's degree as pretty. She was very had no friend to talk to, and Joe at her best. She was wearing no

a member of the crew, was anchored in 5:00-Treasury Band-cb. The life may be uneventful butit beautiful and looked as full o mourning. It was one thing she
Kiddles Hour tacit. repeat 1 br. I laughter as he said. His "laughinheiress unnecessarily had promised her mother long
1. Mare Hotels and Apartments. San later)-abc and mb will probably be happily suited
Diego harbor when -j "
the wind began, he called her. Several had crossed the street and harried ago. Death was a blessed release.
r. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. and the captain knowing that in the domestic ties. eVen newspaper clippings from San after him to speak to him- She was starting a new lIfe. She
the
3. Airport*-Land and Sea. vessel I though the life may be patiently I Francisco stressed her wealth almost nan in fact. When she had gotten new clothes good

i. Consolidation of County and would probably pound herself to pieces if NETWORK PROGRAMS devoted to an unambitious calling even more than her beauty. It asked about his mother as anyone clothes, happy clothes. She tried

City Governments. she remained in the harbor yelled Time. 10 enlern .Iandord. Fortenirat or a reward long deferred. It j! seemed she was a talented musician would after not having seen a mirror to see if she could smile
a com- standard subtract one h.ur. ear I is far from a useless life though i I as welL her in about three weeks, he like Winifred Carlton in her pictures
8. Community Auditoiium mand to cut the moorings hawser and to tnOUllftn standard .ublroel two it be i The very evening she got the could have said something be- She couldn't do it at alL
may a simple I
"ouro. Some local .tat.o" change one. or perhaps -
long friendly letter Rosalie sat sides: But she could look her cheerful
hoist sail to run before the blow.It hour of relay to ft, local achedulu.: f fLa.t not
given its due meed till j
I best. She could show she
mnule program changes can. down to answer it. She was glahto d "If you want to see Mom you was
was a bright sunshiny day ; not a not be "eluded. y late. I, have something to do and eVi'nmore know where she lives" living a new life even if there
I glad to have something to was-no one but herself to under
MONOGRAPH I cloud as large as one's hand fleeted the MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Subscribe To The Citizen. I say. She could write him in the ,WRITING now. Rosalie's fingers stand.

sky, but the wind roared and whirled ame spirit of friendship as he shook and' the fountain pen In this mood she went quickly
D Voter+ : I !*..!. I had written her. fell making a blot on the paper. down the three flights of stairs.
through the ships rigging as she fled out of (.00-Xew* Broa"cut-llbe LEGALS I But first of all it was better Since she was well down the page There were several steps leading

The election i.ovr.. This iloet not I the harbor. "Where was the wind coming Network e.lICa"l Silent Eery Hour DaF-cb._: bc-e ttHddlc 1 !to write of her job. If he could she refused to write it over as from the lower hall to the street

mean that you mint, change your views Hwy <.._.t>_bct>t \OTIWI: ,u.:" IH1ITIII 'find himself she could too espe- the nuns would have made her do and she almost fell over the man
from? Dana asked himself that question Network Silent: ((1 br.)-mbs-tat ,>1 r. I.'" i 'cially tonight after the first full in school. She hesitated then sitting on them. She started to
if you belong to the minority jrroup. It repeatedly. It struck him Kiddie. Hour tr.peaf-mb..t VoTH'K: IS' HKIIKIO: : IVK\: ..that. i i day's work. She was tired and Skipped a little :space: and went o herself; then he stood up
as incongruous I (::1 -Sport*; Music Time-nb. underviicnrrt..' > .. ". i' had I wondered just what she with her letter steadily. nand she saw it was Joe She
los mean that you should recognize that Nature could be so savage while she Ton' and. Marriagecb.1:45New.rast nbe nam.in hti. -..inr r un.lrr tttf fh tt..u. j I IT. would do this evening except "I saw Joe Monahan'last night gasped but he just stood looking.

-tli, right of the majority to frame national smiled so benignly. For three days and I Lowell> Thomas by repeat Three-11' )_b* ..n thehrrw.ao.....1. llorsK lll..r'1'\-'o'\'..:1)r'I,> I I ]make plans. And plans for what? and very foolishly stopped him (T*.kc caabaaed. ).
7:00-Supper ClublIbeba.cT" !
t policies.= three nights' the wind continued in Beulah Skit-cb* | T-ll Rrrdar on. the .tb.rll end of
sun- t-war Slat.M umt.- . ..
News and Comm.ntary-ab. li *o. .11
TilE ORACLE hin'ey skies in the day and starlit skies at 7:15-Newt: Fulton Lewis and Comm.nt-tlbe Jr.-mb* ?,intr.al t nam.....101.with. intend the Clerk t.> nKiM.rthe ..f th.niiit .- I . . . .
I
light without the ('| .-.urn ..f flanrmFl..rtda -.mn\. .
sign of a cloud, and Jack Smith Show-cb*
IlalIy! C.mmentarybe
I
blew the ship almost to the Sandwich Dinner Date-mbs 1_ W. lnoOMMKI.I': : .
VOTES FOR WORLD GOVERNMENT 7.30-Van Damme Quintet-tb. \' \'"\\K.: Ilkia'MFIbt.t! ; : I .
Islands, as Hawaii was called at that time. Bob CYosby Club-cb* oat "y.drrhI3o, ; I.'f'I
Ixm Ranger Irama-abo I .
In the first, statewide election on the Every sail was torn from the vessel till only Henry J. Taylor-mb. '\ Till 1 IIU'I IT'Ut NT ,f TIIK: I
7:41e.> Comment-nbo 6:1.11E\TII Jl .
the silt IL. e'IHf11T5
1un-tion of establishing, a limited world spanker, a small, doubly-braced and saws Broadcast-cbs OK Tilt r\K: its- I'l.Illlllli. I
doubly-canvased sail Sports C"m".Dt-mt. l> .e\11 roK NtlRill01 N'". I IIX deaGf1\ \
remained.
government. the voters of Connecticut I.OOr-Cavalcad* of America-fib* 4Ill M. Ik1. 'the \ :
And the wind inner Sanctum Mystery-.. ll-tt s.MRV .
howled
piled favorably..The and the seas' cordon McKae Show-abe \TIIKKINK. : : HO"Jain"ff:. .
ran high and the Th* Falcon Adventure-mbg1:30Howard '- I
referendum asked the people to sky remained clear Barlow Concert-Ob* \.. iii\iiiu i: for a. .
throughout the storm, if that term be Godfrey Talent Scout -cb* 1) MiltKN: IR\VIN HOE.
direct Congressmen to take the lead in may Gregory Hood Drama-nib* IVfeml.mt Christmas .

applied to a heavy, cloudless blow. t.4i-Walter Klernan-abe PI 1)lItvTlaw
amending .
the United Nations Charter tortreujrthert r.F.OI
'Perfect
I:5S: -Hy Gardner Sax Btat:00 H T 4i'PYt11Tn. I. --
the organization into a "limit : -Voorbee* Concert. Guest- \\.UUUX. : iUn-IS Iul:. Ito; I I :
I' S. S. tAttle It.M-k C U at j j1r
1
Th Radio TheaterebaGlenn
.'.1 world federal government capable of You need not worry very much about Oster IoI"ole-abO "-..l l/t>i..ion. / f ,-
Cabrlei Heatter Comment Bib* Fleet 1.nt Offl.-
-
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and the "fate of civilization ; It is a tough .. N.nrk. N. Y
waiting, interpreting enforcing laws 9:1: >-Ne'> s adca..t-mb. .. .
Y.i 1 are hcrrln required ap-
tit ( re\"t ntwar." baby that can take what comes and get 9:SO-Dr I Q. Quiz Show-nbe | par to lh.- sworn Bill '.r.'..ni- I .
Mar' In the Nifht-abo
plaint filed l JKnin.M yu in the al..x.-
it.MAN
over Talk-ml
It u: interesting to note that the Hollywood stated muse! on or h -fi re the bib .
ques- ': I-New* for i Minatu-mba l>nnil>.... .A 0. |14\! .>tk.fmi...- the
tioM submitted to the voters of Connecticut 10:00-Contented Concert-DbaMy all<-Kati<>n" <>r xaid. Kill will..- liiln.
Friend Irma_ '* Is :
KNOWS a2' ronrrxm l>> ton
wa limited in its application to the LITTLE ABOUT EARTH New. Commentary-abc .M>.x.XI' 1'rltlRRp' at ". \
I isb and Hunt \lub-8I Went. Klorirta. thiI3lh day .., V...
prevention of war. The fa'orable'ote of 10-1S News'> Broo.dea'lbe vemher..1. n t>4". .
"There are millions of 10.30-Radio City I'layhouo-. -* (>"all IS.104."t .' K.W\'..:n. A.
the people. of that State indicates that theadt"atPJI square miles r
Hob Hawk vluis, -ct>. t'h.r"l of the circuitonri..
concerning which On Trial. 'rl1m-abc M..r.M- C'.unIY. .' ,,"":i.
of world federation could makgrater e information is a complete Dane Band Sho.-mt. |lHor...". .. i: "'J.iwx.r. Gel GAS RANGE
if blank or extremely inadequate declares 11:00: -News. Variety. :I: hr..- b. I 1'". % C'I.! rU .. :
progress= they would confine News and Um Kind-abcNew | TI'U: | o \\'.\TKIStoin :. '.
their effort : Samuel W. Goggs adviser *. Dance Band S hrs.-mb* .\ .x for fl.itntlffii.v
to the methods and means of on geography 11:15: -Ne...s & Variety to 1-nbc 1 I-..L'J ." .!. ,:.,I'MHIX

.yreventing warfare among the nations of I to the U. S. Department of State 1200-Danciue Continued_bc-.eft
who Tin < lilt I IT f III Ira OK Tin THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS PRESENT
the recently asserted that
.. w..rltl.> an accurate 1.11IIH; : : JMIII \t. Siltitll'
reliable of the world TODAY'S IX %XIIIIII HI,XIIOK: atl XI t.
It U much too map is impossible
early for a world I and |-|."IIIOIX 1 \"t 1:111.:
federal that present efforts gloss ANMVERSARIESKnow: : ._.. >-. 11Jl -<;:-'"
government with = o"'er'ast Shell have fast. cool economical
.
power to determine areas "ll\ \\. \l-Kl AN -/0;.

the right of world citizens and toenforce of ignorance. ( America) 1'I..inr.tf., X,'IH i: ii cooking with a Magic Chef and LP-

them in any area whatsoever. Certainty I I The gentleman suggests that what the 1729-Charlej. Thomson. Quaker r. KII'iRt: \I....:11tFlttxrls Gas Service. ;;:

until the (people of the United States world needs is an "atlas of ignorance" Continental teacher secretary in every .\l.ltl \VK. / #e--- ,
Congress to 1789 l.rfrndant.A1)RI.tN'R. She'll have Yens 'round cooking enjoyment
are ItrttiT advised so that everybody can understand I To: KUAXt'KS' KII.<:oKK C 9 -
as: to the intentions of the born in Ireland. Died Aug. lt, _

file ther peoples of the world!, there will 1 "areas in which the world's{ total know 1821. ,'r.,. bins. STKIMIKX I-: KII.';otK GL7 ? 4 -

be too general ascent to such a federation ledge is most deficient." He thinks that 1811-Wendell Phillips famed M I IM.I-II r.oin c._iM\-i.i.i--. IKO R':1| \ A Magic Chei range brings so many ,
Boston anti-slavery orator and II L,.!' ARK HKKKKt XirTIKIKIi: that make
exclusive features cookinga
such
nv ...r |IM"<<
The general idea in the United Statesit of the world in discovering the secrets of Died Feb. 2. 18811816lI.lorrison '...11.... and) ai)ou In arc the regrind..1"' '. ..nll"1 t.. file ) pleasure. Delicious, tasty food for

the R. Waite. Ohio then )our ..f.-.r..".... ... ..n...r the whole family when a Magic Chef .
that the ideals the jungles, mountains plains .. .... f
of people of this country and other .n or before the lith day I. tnIMT. /
lawyer, 8th Chief Justice of the ath-rw.-. all.K.ltu.njof I works for her in the kitchen. Yes LP-
will sweep the earth. areas that have not been adequately t_,. S. ...: .lf'.I .: .
Certainly, it i is Supreme Court born i in ||| will| I. t k-n .i .n- /

the. general thought that in a world federation studied" in the past. Lyme. Conn. Died March 23. r. sMMi IMTKITIMS t\ \on', nih: .L0. "f X..tem- Gas and Magic Chef make a cooking
We 1888. I 1-rr. team that's hard to beat make a
the other peoples of the earth will I call attention to this statement because 1822-Edward ( al"U nets s c' \WVKIJ' .
A. shell
that love.
HopkinsAmerican Christmas present
'l!Tk "it
ii lb.t',1) "iiri1C
in
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gladly! embrace American ideals. This our opinion it is true and be- .. .
i is; South promoter builder \ ( .II! .\rim- f l.i>n>: orili .
far-fetched cause of the general 11,..IIIIM < I. rk' .
a communications
assumption. In fact thepnUiabililv assumption by many there who | IIIM.V. \INKTTK A .

i is= that worM people that the area of the earth did much to foster trade between ItkAl'P"1I-. .
a federation has been ...
I embracing the two continents, born nPittsbuigh >( Kir-l N.ition.il Itiiil.linE. X .

countries= not yet fit for democracy thoroughly and scientifically explored. Died June 10. ':Mi.inii\ttorti.. o.''-. Klonil I r..1 "I'L.i"ir.t.ffRELIEFATLAST. I .

will result in pressure upon the Moreover, it is necessary for clear-think 1832-Louisa May Alcott tr-\ < -. -: .t.! ,. 1 1" !" / \( ROM0lf I MIL mn: :EMBER: 2,'; .

I'nited States, to force us to ing individuals to understand that loved author of Little 1891.1 .
th> the
accept
"Little Women". born 7201.14
i.1rllbi 1'i of itt her peoples. ignorance that still obtains, in regard to town Pa. Died March in 6, 1888.. i !': RANGES :

the earth and its resources is: vastly. multiplied i -:. @ 1
I I.

FOOD PRODUCTIONThe of when it conies into the relationship in Camels the desert) were area first of put Australia to work lni I For Your COUGH i, : i t Reduced to $19925 :

-- men to men their natures, history 1840.rvyvvvvyvvvvvvv.v.vvv'. i!1 Crcomulsioarelioesprumptlvbctause 4 i< .

dismally narrow margins' o]n and capabilities. .i it goes( right to the teat of the trouble \'\ .

which Europe and other countries It is I| 10 help loosen and expel perm laden I )t "- >ip. --,.- ,:-'" ,.--. ,. \'...
wereltJ'.ting not too much to alert that de- STRONG ARM phlegm and aid) nature, u- soothe and 'I. ::: ;,p. ,.. ;,p. ... .. ...., : .
BRAND
a. year ago have been broadened l spite the knowledge acquired by the COFFEE i heal raw lender, inflamed bronchial. I ImUC : .

Hump has been growing heavy human TRIUMPH I : membrane Tell) sour druggist .
race the
cropsDaturally area of
ignorance is tremendously to tell you a bottle \,t Creomuision ; I
this i is very helpful to the Marshall greater than the area of know COFFEE I I with the understanding roe must like ,

Plan and to the people of Berlin another tt ledge. With this fact in MILL the way it quuL.li allays the imigh/( I
mind it
might be
or have .
a at you are to four money back.CREOMULSION I
down-and-out sections of Europe. good idea for all of us not to attach too I. COME
1
The United States Food till Grocer IN TOD Y
and Agricul much importance to conclusions suggested I 1 Cou&hsChestColds.Bronchitis i I.
ural Organization has Wen a aaaaaaaaa a aaa.
a great sue or accepted. --------1' I.I 'I. U

.tt=1jn its operation.Y The search for truth

centuries and goes on throughthe NEW 26" TIREBICYCLES I I ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES : : >
one of the first indications I

Selfishness" !" wrecks nations, just as i it of a sincere desire to discover what and EQUIPMENT I. .

N l..i individuals.The do 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 ,
men not know is a consciousness of kEYwEsT

ignorance. While it is natural for us, as at. $39.95 and UP ; ANNOUNCEMENT i: II GAS CO.

difference in fact between a Com human beings to take pride in what we I Also All Siva o of BICYCLES. !1'I Starting Saturday Nov. 27 I 1 .

Iiiuni.t, and a FasciM: is not worth noticing know it is a confession of ignorance to I TRICYCLES and WAGONS We will be open Saturdays .

believe that we know much about the Dtpusit will hold any merchandise : from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. H9 1'1eIriiIIr; Slrwl; 7r1N1)Itou(61
on oui LaAwj Plan
J: Smart girls spend at least as much earth or the universe in which we live. It See Our ('/liristnmv; Card: IS"lcm.

iuoney upon culture as upon -nietio l '- or i is a greater presumption to assume that Overseas Cycle Store I ; U

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birth to identical twin sons!. . . . . . .
RAIDERS BEAT CLOWNS I Twills Three I II three days apart. The first baby 1 I'

I was born at 6 a. m. one Friday I CLASSIFIED ADS
and the second at 9 a. m the following -

TO LIFE I Days Apart Monday. Obstetricians j
LEGION COMES
I I II said the delaved delivery of the
JENKiNS. .
Kv Mi Dma second infant was extremely
I Dixim of \vhitt::hur:::. K\ .,,tveV : rare ". I Information fur the Ad,crlin
Atomic Bombers Losc
I. RaTE' Fun n.G."n a.4 PATM5; TBLAl..F.&l.E

To Legion Team; i WEST UIF: TEH IS!: Vl:> ,.ICI'ILUiiItI<<: IN IUI.LKI5OL nPB Payment! is! Invariably for rlaflllfl In advance sdrartlaamente hilt.

... Advertleemeuta under this head regular advertises with ledger as
will be Inserted In The Citizen at counts! may have their &dvertaa.-
TNu: Great GaiueSuiulav < I .
the rate "f Z. a word forh In- m.nt ..h..r..... '.
I ...rll..... Rut the minimum 'hart' r..r PI Bl.t4'A'rlts DEADr.IRIli.
At Stadium first li ......... ..r l.es is In.. To tnsura psl.il.att.n..npr must
Th rate f..r ble.kfare .._ I.. k: II M .n Th.. l..z..n orr..e befnr'' II
....rd. and ibb. minimum incise fnr o..k In lh- "'urunlC of tb" dar
Two of the best played
games the first Ii words II 45*'. of pubitcatton.All .
so far this year. were played at .)yviw; ; 1i

the stadium yesterday afternoon. 1 1I 'r :
I 1I adeertieine In accepted under the following r.ndutnns: In tile
In the first game the favorites $ ? .Tent cfrri.r in adterttKinjc. transient nr runtrt.. The Citizen
will be
the Clowns. lost to the Red Raidrs I esi9 ; r.cpoee'.hl..nls f"r th. flr..t in...rtl. ..n In f !..>!!Ird Adtrrtuia. ands
Display *".er".i.* for only the a. tual amount ..f pace occupied by the
by a three to two score and 1I % ah.rr the ..
part "f advertixrinrnt -rror o turn.!
the nightcap the other favorite ?
Bombers in lost to the revamped I a . . . .. . . I

Legion by a four to three score. ;a gi. FOR SALEMUSICAL |' FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS


In the first game the fans with INSTRUMENTSNew I 1940 Ford panel luck, excellent

Thomas in the box thought that I blond mahogany and loath et.ndition $..2j.pply 1411

the Clowns would have a cinch. critic Wurlitzcr Spinet piano ''I Pine Street. n\2:1-6b

but they were in for a surprise $600. Phone 733W"I
when Gabe Lastres pitched an I I FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD

excellent game and held them to FURNITURE

a. scratch hit for first five I FOR SALE-TRAILERS -I

frames.In Leaving Tow n-Household furniture
the sixth a double, an error 27 ft 1945 American trailer $!WO electric range washing
and a single by Thomas after j Completely furnished. Call'I machine fan for bale 82.iPomciaru
Ake and Brown had walked jI ;90. Ext. 247 nov23-6tx Plaex Phone 1132-J
scored McIntosh but Baker threw I nov27 2tx

to Lastres and he threw to the I Covered Wagon Trailer. located i|

plate and Alee was cut. Then i at 1424 Von Ph tcr. Best cash Innerspring mattress matching

Armando threw to second to I ,.-\\nc'Photll offer over one hundred dollars top mattress: oversized three
catch Brown and Jackie threw
received December second will quarter ned width; extra Ions.
home and Thomas was out at the NORMAN WALDMAN ((30)). 190.pound fullback for West Chester (PaJ) State Teachers College. buy E. W. Stark 1229 Von excellent condition: ideal Hoi
plate That was a great play and the line for the touchdown that defeated I
goes over goal Appalachian State Teachers College of Phister. nov 29-2tx lywood type bed: original cost
saved the day for the Raiders. Boone. N. C. in the annual Burley Bowl game at Johnson City. Teniv. Thanksgiving Day. TheI I $80. Reasonable. Call 1150Jnov29.2tx
In the Butler fanned
eighth. final score was 7 to 2. FOR SALE-MOTOR $IKES.
Mclntoch singled and Burgohy
fanned then Alee walked. after SCOOTERS AND CYCLES
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Mclntoch stole second Thomas) FOR SALE-HOUSES
singled to right and GKII Oil'KIM.. PI M III M m 1'LmitPlaver Basketball '45 motor bike. $7500 1111

scored Alee stopped at Malntochj second l I I 12 j GeorgIa. no\24-l0tx Guest house. 2 blocks from new
I beach. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths,
.
Thomas stole second. Brown was
Games Are On FOR RENT-APARTMENTS apartment for owner. completely -
intentionally walked to fill the i
bases and Allen went down On furnished, electric kitchen
stnkes. Jt Furnished: 2'z-room apartment. Good income.. Must be sold

The Raiders scored two in the t' O : 'rucsdiXight Utilities furnished. $25.00 week at once Real sacrifice Terms.

second Alonzo singled:: ; Alonzo i I Iv. Sea Isle Apartments. 915' By owner. Box RAW, c/tf
off the Carbonell I Windsor Lane. not 8-tf Citizen nov 15-tf
is caught: bag: I Under the basketball games I

walked: Domenech is safe on an _; j ...heduled for tomorrow nightit :
I
error and on the play Carbonell Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
the high School Gymnasium I bath. Maid and janitor servt -
I
goes to third and Domenech wentto l
second. Gabe Lastres hit a the, Junior Conchs will play the t\ ices, lineN and utilities furnished I Dverseas Hotel, low rates Coffee

double down the first base line i A Elks Club. the Sonar School I Summer rates. Coral shop, bar. n'>v2-2ot
and both runners score. at3 meets Pollock's Jewels and in Hotel Apartments opposite Post
In the eighth the Raiders won th. thud contest the BIlly's DriveIn I Office. run'9-26tx I' FOR RENT-APAH1MENT5

the game. Julius Villareal walked team will play the Beach AND ROOMS
stole second and scored on a "- mbt.i Jewelers Furnished apartment Electric I

single by Sterling to center. In the. mldc..e game at 8 p.m. kitchen Children welcomed. The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming

Thomas allowed four hits and th Sonai School will tackle the Reasonable rates per day or Street, has an efficiency apt
one earned run and Lastres five Polhxk\ Jewels. These clubs Mason 909 Elizabeth Street and several sleeping rooms va-

hits and one earned run. In the played an exhibition game before nov20 cant. Low weekly or monthly

field Butler and Brown starredfor ma th' Jewels won bv a 36 toM rates. nov I.tf
losers and Cates. Alonzo and ea i'' ore So naturally the Sonartxivi. cUddy for occupancy about Doc
4' ..,._ CBS duplex. FOR ftEHTIIOOMSNI
Baker for the winners. Score by are uut fur revenge. 1st Brand
Innings. /I In the mahlcap the BiUtc'B Fumwhed- bedroom livingloom
Red ga.*..' moo .*. -- -. Dre' In five will play the L>t.ich. dinette kitchen with 1 clean sleeping rnoiiK foi
I JC, W Clowns 000 001 01-2 5 3 embers md BillIes has a game Westinghouse electric refrigerator workers 117 Duval Street
Called on time hint .. t 33 t< An wade the 3chembers and stove tiled bath. shower nov24 6tx
Batteries: G Lastres and A r-4 I hi'won" two and lost but one hot water Season to June'I '

Acevedo Thom and A. Mclntoch T .? lal in ,raetief she last gan e It $120000earlv! $125.00 Rooms and light housekeeping
: : will, ) under 9 month. FIrs and last
Mt way at p.m. per rtioms. $j to $15 per week 411
In the nightcap the American months in advance N.> pots William Street nl.lv2726tx
Legion won over the Atomic :a 644 United Street Phone 877.nov26315. --
Bombers bv a four to three -' How They Stand FOR RENT-COTTAGES
score chiefly due to the super be

pitching of Kaki Rodriguez who Unfurnished apartment (downstairs -
KH.M; B.\ En.\'L Furnished 3-room cottage Adults
allowed the Bombers but three
in
I, ). Kitchen and bath no nets 62o Ancela! Phone
hits one an infield hit in the first: I I Key West Senior Baseball League tile. Hardwood floors. Three 222:AL nov29-2tx
and a single by Barber in the I (Municipal Stadium) blocks from town. Couples

seventh and a single by D. Rob- Club- W. L. Pet preferred 713 Emma Apt. B. FOR SALE OR LEASE
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erts in the eighth. t' pn"l" nov213txNice
ktvcst Clowns 5 1 .833

The Bombers scored one in the j HEAD LINESMAN FRANK JONES (second from right) is examined i I Red Raiders 4 2 667 Desirable corner lot for sale or
first when Al Acevedo walked
Atomic Bombers 2 4 .333 apartment and also an efficiency Ion?-term lease. 100 x 150
and stole second then a slow by a University of Dayton player after the official was I
for rent
American Legion 1 5 167 apartment Suitable for hotel or ifpart-
the Don Mils. i
grounder to short and Buster punched on nose by Dayton guard during game 723 United SMeetPhone
Cheap. .
ments. One block from beach.For
beat the throw to first but Al with the University cf Chattanooga at Chittanooga Tenn.. 1-I2-1-J. nov2l3txFOR
particulars write Box 465novl1tl
Acevedo scored on the play. Thanksgiving Day. Jones was strUCk alter Dayton was ruled ; Sports Calendar

In the sixth the Legion scored offside on an extra point try in the fourth quartre Continued SALE-USED CARS

two to go in the lead. Solomonhit bleeding of his nose necessitated a blood transfusion Thursday SKATING MISCELLANEOUSPicture
one to right ball got lost in At left Field Frank The two Dayton and
night. is Judge Copeland. Bayview Park. Night 1937 Plymouth. good tires
the sun and he got a triple on players facing Jones are Guard Robert Wagner ((32) and Quar- : FlUD.Y1:30 engine. $85.00. 3010 SeIden- framing, pictures framed
the hit. D. Lastres walked.
is terback Joe Zaleski (25)). to 9:00: p m berg A\e. Phone 1047-W. and matted. DiNcgros. 614
:stole second. Pazo is out then i no\26-3tx
I
Francis. Phone 1197-M.
Rodriguez is safe on error by Joe

Mira. Solomon scored Then A. \' liaual 2. double plays: i i TENNISBayview nov9-19tx
: Model A Ford coupe 1824 Fog-
Lastres hits one to first and Dan- Box () I Park. Afternoonsand .
ny comes home. In the seventh. ..' to La..tllto Acevedo tnI Nights arty Avenue nov27 3tx : Washers. irons, vacuums and
.' tocevedo; winning I fans repaired O'Briant, Phone
Daily play.
Joe Mlrals safe on an error bv I
Lastres and lands, on second on Stadium Sunda'J. ,' '; LastHs: losing pitcher: : ,I Mercury '47, 4-door sedan. Low I 1164-M. nov"29.12t

the overthrow. Barber singled to .: time of game: 145; um i rHKlUUUD: ) mileage. Perfect condition.

left and Mira scored to tie the : C. Alburv and McGee. (Bayview Park) Radio and heater. $1..95. Phone CAROLINE SHOP. 223 Ann St.

count In the eighth the Legionwon Pla'cd SECOND GAME j Daily play. 590 or 423. nov29-6tx re-<.>pened. A variety of new
'
American Legion and fabrics for
the game when D. Lastres gift items slipcovers
beat out a slow roller to first A. Box quit" .,t the gout pi,ivetvesteidav AB R II PO A E. SF.. IOn H\SEH\U. 1942ash 4-door sodan Good and drapene-s Opens
pazu bunts and ball hits him on ittt. the Municipal t- Angutera. cf 3 0 I I 0 0' mechanical conditIon. $7aO daily, 10 to 12 and 1 to 5
:mon
At -
the back when Sweeting threwto R. Gania. if 3 0 0 I 0 0 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon I Inquire AI Corns 703 Duval. nov 17-t tf
St,ulmni SU="DA Y. OFT :)
: 3 4 nov29-6tx
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first and Lastres lands on I Solomon 3b 5 I
third. Henriquez flies out to center FIRST CAME D. Lastn.'S. ss 2 2 I 2 3 I FIrst C.atnt'-:MKIIIIC Bombers I Washers irons, vacuums md

and Lastres scored, Pazo Red Raiders I A.Pazo.b 3 I 0" 2 0 ,,"s. Red Raiders FOR SALEBOATSAND fans repaired OTJriant. Phon'

went to second and stole third PlayerAB R H j'(> A E IlenraqUtc'z, c 4 0 0 I 1 0 Second tiamenuriean Legion MOTORS 1164 U. no".29121REFRIGERATION
Baker. ef -I 0 I I I 0 0 0 vs Kevest Clowns.li.tshl'II.t1.L :.
then A. Lastres: singled to centerand A. Lastres Ib 2 0 I
Pazo scored what proved to Ju. Villaieal If 1 1 0 1 0 0 Rodncuez. p 3 0 0 I 4 0 I Gray marine engines and service

be the winner. In the first of the A Acevedo c 400920 Torres, rf 4 0 2 0 0 0 C. R Smith opposite Firestone

eighth the Bombers scored last: Ste.JmIb 401909, - -, High School Gymnasium Station Marathon nov 1.Imo Immediate service. domes 01commereial ,

run on a walk to Al Acevedo, VI- I Cates 2b 200210 : Totals9" 6 27 14 Z\\1 (=Night I I Holbrook Rtfiii,
dal forces him at second then Alonzo if 3 0 I 2 0 0 Atomic Bombers TUESD- FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS eration Service. Phone 724-\\

Vida> stole second Roberts sin Carbonell ss I I 0 1 2 '0Domenech Plaver- AD R II PO A E I 7:00 1'.11JuRI..r l".I<'hs \s. -nov26--.-- fitx- -
gled to left and V idav scored 3b 3 I tt 0 2 I Casado. If 2 0 0 I I 0 Elks Club800PM [I White enamel. $2.75. 01.1tsicie'white
Roberts stole second but Bob G. Lastres p 201032 AI. Acevedo. 55 I I 0 I 0 0 Sonar Sehool vs.I paint $ .75 and $375 per LOST
Santana fanned. In the field, .- Vid>it .cf 4 I 0 2 0 0! Polkxk JtwiK ': gallon up. 50-ft. '2" garden

Pazo Henriquez and :\. Lastres Totals24 3 4 24 11 3 Robins. c 4 0 2 .80 9:00 P 1\1 Billies Dnve.In "':-.I hose. $3.9a. Doherty &. Co., 841 Fold of mont in Navy Yard l l ltwetn h.
played a good game for winners I I Key West dawn Santana. 3b 4 0 0 1 I 0 Beachcomber Jiwelers i OlivIa. Phone Io37 nov 1.tl : Bldx 136 and park n.,

and Roberts. Santana and B'U-I PUvei AB R H PO .\ E J.3Lra.lb 4 I 013 0 I I lot. Reward if returned to 112:
ber were best for the losers.Sore L. Butler. s u 400330 Barbel. tf 4 0 I 120M. Subscribe to The Citizen. Bundles of old newspapers at 1tent Grinnell Evelio Vargas awelder. "

by Innings: I A. Mclntoch l'I .2 3 7 3 1 StftChez. I'f 2 0 0 0 0 0 I each bundle Inquue at I nov 27-2' N

RHEA ,' It nUl goh)'. 3b.4 0 0 1 4 1 JTs' Villareal. rf ZOO 0 0 0 STORAGE The Citizen Office oo\20-tf
Legion 000 OOJ: 020: -4 6 2 0 0 0 J 1 Small hl".k puist' ('I.t"1111o:
Alee 2b-If 2 0 41 I 0 1 B. Siting. p 3
A. Bombers 100 000 110-3 3 2 Thomas. p 3 0 1 1 3 0 - -1 Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture I) CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! gla.vt. Lu.t "n SlI'n"n
Batteries-Rodriguez and Henrnqucz Brown. Ib 3 0 1 10 1 Ol! Touts30 3 3 27 12 2 or commercial Phone 793.novl. I Check :vuui Christmas list You I Stitt'.t: Tucd..t i24 G. .nnti'

: Sxvcctmj and Roberts. Allen cf 2 0 0 I II 0 Runs batted in: Hem Iqut.'Z 2. -U, will find many of those diffie ;' S'ttt .1p' ::3 n.,\ 2' ti.
2, Barber: u 1 t PI-scnts', at CAROLINE -- -- -
Roberts i
Cum. rf 1000(10A. A. Laslrct 2. I
Real D'ean. rf 100000 :sacrifice hits: R. Garcia 2, \n GARDEN AND LAWN I} SHOP 223 Ann Street. i
Neighbors I 00.26-27 29-3<
Manuel, If 0' 0 0 o 0 guier.. three base hit Sokemt.n.eazifed SUPPLIESRed Ii iI I

SHELBYVILLE. Ind. GlenDale E. SmIth. 2b 200020: rum: Bombers 2. struckout i I BUY
Christmas WANTED
to
: M' Rodriguez 6. t" Sweet radiant lose bu>he-s Healthy Personally designed :

has When some one mighty of Dales fine Totals26 2 54' : lh 3 ing 6: bases mi bulls off Rod- bushes tiom HuKhet Seed, voids at the Maishall Studio m' ,,
neighbors.
extensive hospital I Runs bated in !-.<-t,t.,. I.iu nguez 5 off Sweeting 4. left on Store. Key West Garden and I Telegraph. Lane. Also wadteui :
:suns required 7. Bombers 3: stol- Lawn Supply Co. !H Fleming, at;<.nand handmade g llt,
,
tare after being stricken with tetanus gohThomas. St"llm: 'i t."tc'I. basw Legion I
and another son had to go hits J. Villartal! Call hncll. 1.' .- ,.n S.!ses: D. Lasers 2. p..Jo. Al.Acevedo. Street. Tel. 1019. of distinction .
'24 26 2 Jtx Old Rags
nov -
27 U "
I. Vidal Roberto: nov -
to the hospital to have a broken base hit: Mclntoeh 1..&>a tan Baibei i
nose treated, friends left a box ed runs: Raiders 1. l'l 1.>u n s 1: wild pitch: Rodriguez: hit by I I SALE-REAL ESTATE I
bv L ,, bv D. La-sties; double play: FREE FOR
containing: ; $746-20 in cash anda struck out: a tit. h. pitcher:
note from "Your Friends andneihbors" Thomas 6: baxs "r 1>...1 i- off l jstr-st tt. Pazt lu A Lastresw : !
expressing sympathy Lastres 7. by Th ..., 'd1 .n ,nn:i:_ pltdH'! K?,1. ifcrt :a-I'. l'lIi-t. White wire-haired terrier under Stock Island over tOO ft. ocean i
: ... tlt', of 1 Also three kitten tofbe front. Bargain. Must be sold I I CITIZEN OFFICEYO
.
I S\\ e year.
for recent misfortumes bases: Clown K. Ki > p i '.-,- p.tthe t .ng 'I
71J Emma St.. at once Mr Kitty c/o Cit-
Neighbors also shucked 30 acres ed ball: Acs.-t.lu.\ l l.n 'ts z.mn: "CO: ':Mx MtGef and given away ,, ,.
.. ... ', '.''> -. .At;' Opt. B rnwi"-mx n"' >-
tit com for the Dales Alee Mtln :' R 2 C \::' ::\ ;
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BUuiuuuimiiiraiiimiinniiiiiiiniiiimninnniimuiiiiimunraiiii(: :::;; uiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiinmiiwnmunsainiiHUiiiJ: I: Teaching 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJUnmmmnllIJIIUlllnlllllllUmlUIUIlD! ]I TODAY IX HISTORY ''I Tiro Births Ii,' ..

West In (Know America

SOCIETY NEWS !. Resumed At Key I 1760-The French having \ost Naral HospitalAn

Canada give up Detroit to the
By NIftA LESLIE GULEY j:Sun Carlos Days Gone By I I English. eight-pound son was born in
'\ I' the U. S. Naval Hospital to Mrs.
The Citizen Office-Sl I 1847-Dr. Marcus Whitman
Phones : instruction has been AS TAKEJf FROM FILESOF I Wasson.
i' Spanish Anna wife of Garrett. W.
killed
Residence-629-XJ I IaIIIIlUllIIlIIlIIIlIIlIIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIIlIIlIlIIl I THE CITIZEN OF he wife and others, by In-
j j j I resumed at San Carlos School 516 i; NOVEMBER 23. 1338uiuiiiuuiiiiiiiimuuuiraniiiiiuiiiimHnnniimiminiii I I dians at pioneer Oregon settlement -, Wasson TMC. USS Medregal, U.
Iltllllllll I IIIIIIIIAl108000100111W1111081111W811I0lIIIIl011U11Wtf {! Duval St, after the Thanksgiving -when the famed medical S. Naval Station. The baby has

'1 I i missionary treated Indians for the been named Garrett Walter: Jr.
Named holidays.
f Mrs. Van Goidtsnoven
Adults interested in becoming As the county (commissioners I measles they thought it was polI I A five pound, five ounce son
after efforts covering several' i was born to Mrs. Elaine G.
I son
Chairman Of 1948 Christmas Seal new students will be welcome, :; months could not come to an]i 1891-Cherokee Indian Council i' Means. wife of Charles H. Means,
Instructor Miss B. Remond an- j agreement with R. C. Perky regarding SKL provisions department. U. S.

Sale For Tuberculosis Control Work nounces.Lessons for beginners start j the land he owns along to the agrees United to sell States Cherokee for 58..00.I Strip Naval Station.
a I

Mrs. Aloysia S van Goidtsno- Mrs. van Goidtsnoven who has I 3:15 p. m. on Mondays, Tuesdays :j the way,Overseas it was decided Highway last right-of-night to I 000. I i! Subscribe Tu The Citizen.PIMPLES
and 1893-American this day'consists
vc-n. past president of the Key been affiliated with the Key Thursdays. begin condemnation proceedings army
I Advanced Spanish class meets of 2.144 officers and ;
West Business and Professional West Business and Professional against Perky. I 25.-i I
every Wednesday at 8 p.-m. 000 men.1906Southern
Women's Club, L> the chairman in i+; Women's Club since its organization -:I The Spanish class sponsored by j' Railway wreck'I

charge of the 1948 Christmas Seal i i, in this (community said she !I the National Catholic Commun- j Florida postmasters have requested kills road's president among oth- DON'T SQUEEZE THEM Instead bnub a*
Sale in the county to raise funds :j i' Iity I Service mainly for beginners, i the public to put Christ.1! i KLEEREX and Me how amatmgly fart it
was glad to accept the chairmanship ers. twin qty pnnpm a*It don them- often oa
for the tuberculosis control work 1,i is held on Mondays at 7:30 p. m. \ mas seals on the back not the 1929-Commander Richard E !I lint triaL... Not.a frtr ulve that puapleathnve
of the Monroe County Tubercu- because she was eager to do I Ii | .but a .x>th'.41 mediated liquid that
: front, of letters and also on the
Parish Hall
I in Saint Mary 1021 Byrd flies over the South Pole. j relieve* Itdlm4l--dnws rednna out
losis and Health Association, Joe l:I'i all she could in support of the Duval St. |I bottoms or sides of packages instead Violent fighting con-!, Doubl.eouruionerback Ask for KLEENEX at all drauiMa. AQf

Allen, president of the associa- tuberculosis association and its San Carlos school also announces of the part where the name tinues in Libya, North Africa. i ditfaila.
tion announced today. that the children's department and address appear.
Monroe County's campaign is'''i expanding tuberculosis control I; 1942-Churchill broadcasts appeal -I
since it directly benefited I includes kindergarten to Italians to quit the Axis.
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of the nationwide 42nd program CHRISTMASTOYS
part an- ;
j I'j pupils. Enrollment is open to all' Sheriff Karl O. Thompson received 1943-Roosevelt, Churchill and ,
nual Christmas Seal Sale which Monroe County's health and I
Key West children, and instruction a telegram this morning Stalin meet in Teheran Confer-
opened November 22: and will j welfare.
continue until Christmas. 1 I Mrs. Van Goidtsnoven added is given in both Spanish and I! that Benny Dickson. a desperado, ence. .

"Mrs. van Goidtsnoven's recordof I that she will announce shortly English languages. I accompanied by his blond wife, 1943-President Truman states
interest in and service to the I the committee which will assist I is on his way to Key West. They he is confident Russia would cooperate NOW ON DISPLAYUse
community makes her a logical I her during the campaign. "I have I Red Cross are making the trip in a Buick I with the U. S. and with Our Convenient
choice for chairman of this campaign already received the wholehearted I I sedan and Sheriff Thompson is the U. N. LAY-A-WAY PLAN
." said Mr. Allen. "Her leadership support of a large num- To Hold on the watch for the arrival of 1946-John L. Lewis and the CARDS
in this annual fundraising j her of people and I trust thati I I Dickson. I United Mine Workers stand trial' +[ ,MARK

appeal, I am confident, will i anyone who would like to help ., for contempt of court in Wash
go far to assure the success of I me with this worthy assignmentwill MeetingIt i iI I! Contract for the construction I ington. The Hobby Shop

the campaign which is vital to phone me at my home, telephone has been announced by i I of an addition to the county courthouse 1105 Division St. Phone 31
I and the making of
,
health. 1366-W. repairs
community Charles Taylor, Chapter Chair-I'' was formally awarded last night ..... .,. O PER ..... .,... -
.. .. I man that the annual "{' ,I !
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by the county (missioners.Mrs.
the Key West Chapter of the :. frfic/fer ffr&nef
Wires Club No. %8 To American Red Cross will be held ;I
Navy i lI l
I Mrs. Arthur Sheppard and CIGRRETTES8MAt. Give Right This Xmas.
,
1 on December 2nd at 8 p.m. in

I Hold Dance And Fashion Show I j I the Monroe County Clinic Audi- Mrs.hostesses Joseph at the Lopez social will meeting be the of Enchant Your Loved Ones

I I torium. I the Key West Jinior Woman. I with a Lasting Gift for This

At La Concha Hotel December 10 I been A very arranged interesting for the program occasion has Club to be held Thursday: aftE'rnoon. role $1.52 tartar Year and Years to Come

t1011t
and the election of officers for BonailliIIapa
Plans for the forthcoming so the Club has enlisted the help
the 1949 will take place at MiMH_ Oraar. 1 CarfaxOSTAU Cd'W'GkrfA'Ml (7 Colon)
dance and Fashion Show as I of Gerald Pinder, who will officiate I year Stephen R. Mallory Chapter. .
:
the meeting. >>era-riY I'oiiiM'tlias
sponsored by Navy Wives Club j instead. United Daughters of the Confederacy SAUl COMIANTIIaikitWWuIia.D.C.
No. 88 are progressing rapidly. I Gerald needs no introduction.He will hold a meeting Thurs- (Double. Triple)
The affair will be held at LaCon- ; is a Key Wester, was Program Calendar Of II day afternoon in the home of its itrft. rz&wSANTA Gardenia'
cha Hotel on the night of Friday I Director of the U. S. O. and Y. !! president. Mrs. Boss C. Saw- (Belmont, Large and Small)
December 10th. M. C. A. here, and was Coming Events lMMEg/ATE.PEUYE \. Q i! :
particu-I i yer. 1I11"'tOu:
Local shops, including the I larly successful as .- I (30 Varieties)
Mar-Ed Dress Shop. Rose f out- Little Theatre Group. He is now MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29th- Francis Delane, toll keeper at
ery and others are cooperating connected with the Simpson i "John Loves Mary," first pre- the south toll house on Big Pine CLAUS HAS I TKEI
with the Navy Wives Club, and j|: School of Dance. I sentation of Civic Drama Key, who had betn in Key Weston FKUIT S
will furnish the beautiful gowns, I I I Several prizes are to be given Guild of New Yoik a short visit to his family re- JUST DELIVERED j: *MANGOAVOCADOES

shoes, accessories and other items j I i in connection with the dance and P.M., High School AUdltori-1 I turned this morning to resume HOROSCOPE DOLLS"A *
to be modeled by members of the I i fashion show, and these prizes um. Sponsored by his duties. *LIMES
Club.It I I are now on display in the win- Woman's Missionary Union of Doll For Every *TANGERINES
was previously announced ;i jdows i of the Beachcomber; they First Baptist Church begins The Citizen in Little Girl's Birthday" *KUMQUATS
Today says an
that R. O. O'Sweeney would act I are very attractive. observance of worldwide I .
as Master of Ceremonies at the I This affair promises to be one Week of Prayer for Foreign editorial paragraph Business: will be Vse Our Lay:4icay Plan I *CALAMANDINS SUGAR APPLE
"Prophecy: *
dance and fashion show but due lof the most enjoyable and interesting Missions. Program day
every December than it has
this *SOURSOP Etc.
better
to unforeseen circumstances he of the entire social season through December 3rd. "
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will be unable to be present and.here in Key \Ve t. been in year
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30-
TROPICAL TRADER Jack Baker's Nursery
._ Executive Board KdwetinM, Har-
ris School P.T.A., TOO p. m.. ilarrtsScltaoLP..T. rie rrutl SWOTS rtwntf iuuvi 3391 Avenue c. t-nou u_ w
Rehearsals For "Follies Of 19.19" followed by meeting of .; I

I Room Mothers at 8 p. m. A. MeetsTomorrow -

Going Well; lleantifnl NumbersRehearsals t Home,of 329 Mrs.Elizabeth Elizabeth St. Singleton -

for the "Follies of I pleased with the way the WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1st

1949" went very well over the hearsals have gone so far, and re.1 Bingo sponsored b y Navy It has been announced that a "f .
is expected that the finished Wives Club No. 88 South of the Executive Boardof '
meeting
weekend. The director Frank table
'Set' the
duction will be well Beach Restaurant, 8.00 p. m. the Harris School Parent- { most charming
Lloyd, who had been hurriedly In the list of Weekly Meeting. Navy Wives Teachers Association wil be held

called to Tampa, returned Saturday i public last week worthwhilE"\\ Club No. 88. 2:00: P.M. at tomorrow evening. Tuesday at 7 in KEY WEST

and took immediate and Dr. and Mrs. N.C.C.S. o'clock at the home of Mrs. EJiz-

competent charge.On were inadvertently omitted. The Meeting, Board of Directors, abeth Singleton.: 329 Eizabeth
Saturday several numberswere Moores were among the first tobecome Key West Woman's Club, 2 street, which meeting will be attended .

rehearsed, including the patrons of the affair, p. m.. at home of president, I by officers and chairmen tr :SalkJ
Western and Rockette, and yesterday which will be presented on December Mrs. Lee Goddard. 417 Uni- j Following this meeting the .g
afternoon the beautiful 15 and 16 under the ted Street.THURSDAY !I Room Mothers will meet, also 8t
Waltz Time. The director expresses sponsorship of the Key West DECEMBER 2- t: the home of Vrs.\: Singleton at
himself as bt>ang'l'r Junaor"oman's Club. I Annual Meeting, Key West 'I p. m. I
I 1800
--_. Chapter American Red Cross.!I
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8.00 P.M., Mom >e County The of the are
opossum
I Informal Reception Honoring Clinic Auditorium. Election'!'j I born incomplettly young developed and ___ ___
of Officers and Program. live constantly m their mother

nf l'. And Mrs. Avery Held Sunday Junior Minstrel Show, High 'I pouch for newly: two months ,_ I,
School Auditorium, 8 p. m. after birth.
An informal farewell reception a lovely silver bonbon dish from I School and local talent. Performance -

a was held yesterday evening in I I; the Youth Fellowship of the Friday evening i iI I I
the First Presbyterian Church Church. I also.MONDAY. I Your Grocer SILLS That Good
i,
Assembly room honoring Rev. I I Mr. W. M. Whitley gave a DECEMBER 6th-
and Mrs. Melrose! S. Avery, who beautiful address, and at the Cancer film showing County STAR BRAND a xh hI
are leaving this afternoon for same time presented to the I Health Department Fleming I C fah
Miami, where Rev. Avery will Averys in the name of the Wo- and Emma Streets. 8:00: p m ; COFFEEI

take up his new duties in North men of the Church, a splendid Address by Dr J Lancelot i iI
Miami Beach. 1 watercolor by Mrs. Everett Win- Lester Hostesses. Navy I Try A Pound Today-

ill. A. Gibson, one of the elders ters, well known Key West I Wives _Club No, 88._. __ --
of the Church, presented Rev. artist. *
Avery with a wallet from the I| The reception was held from 7

men of the (church and Mrs. > to 9 p.m.. with many persons

Eunice McCraw Brindley presented J I present; refreshments were served II I Overseas Transportation I

Rev. and Mrs. Avery with I and songs were sung.

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I -hoard--- Of Directors Of-Key-WestWotnaifs Company, Inc.Fast : ,. f. It!fb1( Yo,, Blltrnallonill



Club To Meet Wedn(*sday Dependable Freight and Express Service

cf trllng
between
Mrs. Lee Goddard president of will confer regarding the convention -

the Key West Woman's Club, has : to be held next April. MIAMI and KEY WEST .... .... .....
announced that the Board of Directors i j i The Key West Woman's Club You'll thrill to the grace the ex-

of the Club will meet at';: has had great success with their Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS quisite detail of International Sterling s
her home on Wednesday after- i I t Cook Book. The first five hundred '
Between M1&m1ud Key W..t latest Wi'd' Rose .
noon, December 1st. at 3 o'clock. i I copies have already been pattern,

At that time business mattersof ., sold, and a new shipment of Designed by the world's finest silver

the Club will be dibi-ussed. 2,500 have just arrived. Express Schedule: craftsmen it s lifetime loveliness in y
among them plans for Mrs. God- Incidentally, Mrs. Truman ,
ddrd to attend the meeting on wife of President Truman was LEAVES(No KEY Stops WEST En Route DAILY) (EXCEPT lustrous, solid silver.' ; ,

Friday of this week to be held I presented with two copies of this : SUNDAYS at 6:00 P.M. Ar. Let us show you this" beautiful pat
in the Hollywood Hotel. Hollywood Cook Book while she was ..
I hE're.j tiT at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Midnight holloware.
Florida of all chairmen of and she was so pleased tern, in flatware and _
District 11, and at which meeting !! that she promptly purchased a ;i 1 1I
LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Friday these chairmen! third $22.63
on
I copy. I SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight Six-Piece Place Setting
.. and arrives at Key West at liwlvdma Fadtrel to"
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6:00 o'clock A.M Christmas this single piece,
I Make it a "SILVER" year-a
Junior Minstrel To lie Given Local Schedule a single place setting, or a complete service in the pattern

I (Stops At AU Intermediate Points of your choice is available on our Club, Lay-A-Way or
Thursday A"tlli"t"y This WeekThe 1 LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX. Budget Plan at no additional cost.
i CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA.
Junior Minstrel show will city for many years. It will present M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 POLLOCK'S .

be presented on Thursday and I j I songs, old favorites and new o'clock P. M. 0 U II I T gv

Friday, Dec. 2 and 3. by school )i along with skits and jokes that ; LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT \\\111I/,4
and local talent At I make a minstrel show so well I II SUNDAYS) at ':00 o'clock A. M. and JEWELEQStali.
community
I liked by everyone. I arrive at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
8 p. m. the fun will began in the I There will be plenty of black- j P.M. .. .
High School: Auditorium. :
faced end-men and mammies to )
This will be the first minstrel make it a must enjoyable j jUU) llfVAL STIIEKT
evening
1
show to be I FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE
here
presented in the I for young and old alike. > "Experiencedeweers for Three Generations"

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VISIT urn (;1.IE7Z: \\1\1-: : :
Fish hare MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton It Fraud It*
um.Iakes been found in moun- Many stores will suggest puik-! PHONES: 92 AND 93 l Tune In WKWF Every Evening at 6:15 _
above the line of pw- ages ol sewing notions fur
taal See If You Can "STOP THE SHOW-
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: Watch 17 This Space : :: TROPICAL TRADER I mm T0 BUY IT"" ..ad certain th.,.Product Ii to doubt buy y! :; wh.r.. u d.d THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YftU

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; 711 DUVAL : .. ... .AdKaBakaK k4k. .. *. .A...&. .aaaa.amaaaBaku ABftAaaaftaattB>aBtaftataB BftaB akBBBftBftaB BftBBBfta4BBftAaftaftBmBB4BtaBBft 5".
1. Overseas ; STREET PHONE 1000

Coffee Nice Selection I of f GIFTS and SOUVENIRS ; i i It Is Electrical i W E REPAIR SELL I 1T T\\.l; : POOR OLD CRAIG 1 I

Shop : : SEE Plent I OUR y of Action Toys for the Children ; We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station .:

Electrical I SO Years' Experience la Electrical Work .
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Excellent: SHOWING of Appliances ; : J. H. BRADY:.Manager PHONE 9134 '.
.........................,a.........e*...ee....6. LLCM 211 Duval Street ;: ,: Francis Street and Truman AvenueTire .
5 11)1)(1 ; .*,*....."*........................teeeeeeeee.... : ELECTRIC : Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa Jr.STREET Prop : Tul_ Ilattrrif* 'Vnlo .Arce.Flriea :

: at theRight HOME\ t SUNDRY ................. .. TELEPHONE 41 : eta SIMONTON STREET : TOUT PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" :
STORE .: ........................ -
5V Prices ...................... .............. .. .
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; 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : ::0. ; Dry Cleaning .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ee***

.. 917 Tour Potronago Invited" : PRITCHARD I : : RUSSELL'S : and Pressing : : Have Your Car Repainted
Fleming St. .. ,
1 ; PHONE 798IGOMEZ ;; ; Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine ::: FUNERAL! H ;: : Free-HOUR Pick-Up SERVICE and : for the! HOL1DA' Y ,SEASON t '

......e.......e.......5. S Sick Room Supplies School SuppliesM : DRY GOODS : : suDeluTYs or Service MEN ; : Body and Fender Keimiring Auto Painting
Toilet i : : Complete Radiator ServiceAUTO
... -->>.e.....Preparations..o..........and....Articles................; :: HOME ij 1106 OLIVIA STREET ,' and WOMENMailctoMeasure : AND ft

1 ..................... b.. ...... ... :: Let Those Serre 0 *e PHONE 373Specializing PHONE 282 .: TONY'S BODY SHOP J' !i

'liwD\ \ : Who Serve Best J : .........S-............ : 603-05 GREENE STREET : ti
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: WE HAVE NEVER ? .eeeeteLOPEZ.............
: FURNITURE CO. Easy and Blackstone Washers :: BETRAYED NEVER A TRUST WILL SWE : Women's and 4 GLAMOROUS? j ,

1 720 DUVAL STREET ; : Electromaster Ranges : af! ea : Get Set For Fall With The New ,

J .Nationally Advertised : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units' : Ambulance Service. Children'sApparel deb-u-curl :i

e J Delaware Products Plastic : ; (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : : Telephone 548 ;: ;: : Funeral ServiceEstablished ; : Cold Wave Permanent I
Floor
i Covering ; .."..ItFFR1FR.ITIO.St1.liS...............e.....a.end SEM(.t"''.;.....- :. Never Sleep :. ; 1885 : ;, / A soft natural looking permanent i
1 2. Clopay Fiber Venetian :. .........>........................................ ....................... s...................e.l. that will give you- th.it
Blinds ..............?............................, Licensed FuneralDirectors NEW LOOK and make
1 2 e Luggage. $10
Appliance
;: : ; ; and : ; you me Glue ur Gal.M.gee
J A MYERS of the New Season -
5 and Mohawk : : \ t :: EmbalmersRadios : .. .. ;
AxmInster Rugs arrlallslac PIn""MTAI
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\\ > lltlll VTlllNt. TI\T- '
Licensed -- Insured: 24-Honr ; i'li"It .cu.p IHKtTMK TIt.CAROLYN ;
YourAppointment
Make
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1 S E'Z Terms :
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OPEN TILL 9:00 P.VL. I : Ambulance BEAUTY .:
MON. and SAT. PAINTING Contractor Now SHOPPE :
...................... ServicePhone Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. '

..: \ : : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED ; ; Tel 1 175

;....................... J. Douglas 1. Trevor :., :.......Telephone........9127.....114...Dural.....Street.....Jefferson.......Hotel.........: :........135...-..Night.....696....: .;..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..................eeeeeeeee.....DONALD.....e....e.BARBER............e.e.e.e...e.eSteWsBeautyNook ...*-

4 e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeElectric :...........................................; 1
: PRICE TOURS : : 1829 Harris A.e Key West, n.. .: :. HOTPOIDT j .....................' '

: PassengerRepresentative : : PIIONE 137..J.R : : Ranges : : Key West, FlaSOUVENIRS. : 0
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Scientific Culture
: : \ : ; Refrigerators Disposals and Electrical Appliances ; ; Beauty ;
: : : : Machines for Immediate : : in All Branches
: ar Washing Delivery : :
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: -rss NNN'N- ( w Thoroughly Experienced Operators .
. S: FLORIDA EAST ; ................................................: :! HOME APPLIANCE I II : : CONCH SHELLS : ; Soft Water Used Exclusively t :

S : COAST RAILWAY : .................................................. 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 Ij All Six* Phone 637 538 Fleming St. \l .
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:4 New Located Next : Save 20% : ;........................................... COCOANUTS .........................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeecee
Fire Insurance and the Public Invited %
on dwellings : ; j Former Customers Friends
DR.OFFICE COBO'S : bid mere.a n household t i 1 by INSURING withAtlantic ;j Landscaping,Marl I and Top Soil : ; SPONGES ; Frances Beauty Salon j;:

: and TOP SOIL. $5.50 PER YARD or Sl.OO PER SACK: :
per. Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. : ( Frances Park. Owner
FLEMUfG STREET : tonal effects. MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS e Will Ship 10 Any Port :
: lieu cl La Coach Hotel Save 15% on All Policies Nos-Aisasuble Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of u.s. or Canada : 1010 CRINNELL STREET : M

PHONE 124 : MercantileStock /. L. Crutoe, Agt. Phone 674 : : Marcy S. Palacio : : Beauty Culture in all its Phatts J

-s ;...................0: .................................................. ; G. WEECII. 1021 1'IIONE' Olivia 801 St. Rear 401 South St. ;, Facials Permanents. Shampoo- Scalp-Treatment Manicuring .J: I

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: ...................... :..."..eae.eeeeeee............*.............*.*.. .n..........................................t ......e..............e ,................For.>.Appointment.......e..Pbon.......1391...........,i,
; JEFFERSON COFFEE ,.....e............... ..i..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* ***** eee*
: : SHOP : SHOP
CYCLE
B & B \ '
Ride the Bus to the : : I 111 DUVAL STREET ESTATE : U M larJOIi s I hone 1311
REAL
1 ; GOLF COURSE : M.Drat la.Prop. Phone 1013 : : Hueso Salon
B.
--- : 122 Fleming St. Open Daily and Sunday, Sale E Cayo Beauty j jWe

: Cushman Motor\ Scooters : e. 5 P.M. to 1.A.M. 1400 DUVAL STREETS
.LAPIZtC Appraisal*
Y\ ; Dinners ; w
: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE f : Leases :,
: Also A La Carle and Sandwiches : : Rental Need More Room

RIDE AWAY. .. 'e-..-.....-e....REASONABLE..: ...55...:..PRICES.....!.55555.5555...; ;, Management ; ; A' ;
t. TARE ? tg&.b ..................5........ 555.5555555.55 Improved and Vacant
I BUS Properties la Key Welnd D : I
4 Monroe County 919 SIMONTON STREET
INSURANCE ;
S to the '1s ; : D
Now yoa as rid an eoooml- ; : J. OTTOKIRCHHEINER
S Legs GOLF ; + eat CuihmaB for Motor It...end Scooter the a e FlUE WIND AUTO BONDS : :' '' R OLD LOCATION OF sq I
"hit".y w.. ver othar. J and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE J REALTOR BLACKOUT RESTAURANTDECEMBER
method!of trampactatloa p ylor : '
0 e Hove Fun C >"" Come IB far : Key West I Insurance (O. j 919 411 WUtahead Fleming Street Street ', E ;

J KEY WEST GOLF CLUB 911 SIMONTON STREET : 5
; PHONE 1371 : Phonee 124 ud 7JI-H :

0 :....................: .....:::::::::......:::::::::::::::::::::::_:_:::::. :..................Directly......in..Front.....of..Postoffice.................: ...........eeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE i :: 1ST
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i_ BICYCLES I -- 1...............eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee............
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S 24-Hour West Jewelry SendeeKey Co. : a FOR SALE F"R storr : JOHN J CURRY- : ,S ':: DELICIOUS S

We Buy DIAMONDS and : Our (,iisliniit'rs Musi lie ; OFFICE: ;:
LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM
JEWELRY or WHAT Salisfitil d I 518 SOUTHARD :
: HAVE YOU! See Dan!! : 1 920 TRUMAN AVENUE PHONE 1380 PLUMBINS : :
041 Iran .t Farl.rr i:.. STREETOpposite : /// the Disliuclire Burgundy :
lrrlrmr* atalrh. M.U- OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE Bus
...., ; Station. ;
I"K aad Jrwrlrylarr N a.-
..aalifi aad.>M..IM-M-a. .. a lay. la rr air whrtkrr ita. ; : : : ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1 Phone No.l I : 1
:. ,....lav.... .O'tartpraoltr... -.... .Mra....1,. DRUM BAR NEW ARMAYOR'SLA
rare IT. la r alna SI-JrwrL>> na.r laflalt...t...d.Ur *. : FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST ; : -
rrpalr. all u.d..r Call U. and Be -THE- FARO LA SUNDRYMagazines
rliM-k. Aalinar. 4'Ivrkaaa and PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Satisfied : : ,
1 l'r.1.aaicraaai... aperlalllrn.rnlr 1s alMa 925 TRUMAN AVENUE PHONE 9112 : PorterAllenCompany '
,. ...... Medicines
ollala 21 a Phones W. Proprietary ,
781
"We Deliver"/ and
229
Al_ wark .... while ).. ------ : : !
wall. S: : .I l n.1 Drink-ni 1 KEY WEST JEWELRY
: 81'.1.:1:1..1 l ; ttllNl; .. 512 3IARCARET STREET ; : ; ;

h : 419'COMPANY 2 Dunl Street .......................::::::::::::::::::::::.....:eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee:,...aaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaa... r..e el ; WILLIAM ST. at WINDSOR LANE

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0 : : ORLANDO CARABALLO : KEY WEST HOUSE MOVERS :
i OLD ISLAND TRADING POST
: When You Go : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET ;

: Food Shopping ; PLUMBING : ; Moving, Raisrng or Shoring Houses, Garages, ; : Under the New Ownership and Management : '
\.. r Boats or What Hare You of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN
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Be Sara to Get: : I.
: : INSURED CONTRACTOR : J BONDED and LICENSEDI ; Distinctive Gifts For All Occasionsand ;
I : FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone Tastes In A Wide Price Range

dI &n .InstallationsMaintenance : I ..rHl Work Guaranteed Geeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .: : Corner Whitehead and Caroline Streets Phon. 1S71eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei 1

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: .............eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeWhy 555 5 .................5.. teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCASA ...
ENRICHED BREAD ; r : Pay More When You Can Buy For Less? ; ;
: ; Repair Seirage : : IJIIf'USE: YOUR CREDIT 1Ia : ; CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET

TJU Fodtion of Today's : Prompt ..ReliableREASONABLE Men's, Ladies'and Children's Wear : : Specializing in Spanish Food & Short Orders

YSSI Pr.a.lar : _/ : Curtain Drapery Couch Covets Bedspreads ; DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish
: I RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : and Seafoods ANY ORDER A LA CARTE
Mr. and Mrs. E F Corral. Mgr and Owner .
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1 : ILAS.I:.,+t,!ra.t AIIALDOr.t .[ ,-W;II. .rr"t- PllOIR a=t ;: : PHONE 1120 : j HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. : ;. Open Daily 7 A.3I.21'.31. alai 5 P.M.-12: M.mgp .
Whitehead St. Near Cor. Angela St. Phon.1512. WE ARE SMALL-BUT WHAT
707 FOODS
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COLORED( VETERANS TO I !I Id
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.i I 1021 Duval Street 1 I IHEI'E1SE i', and Jack '
AID Il Willie wett" !lureS'a"n'ser t
MARCH OF DIMES] l '
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tY : : ; < ptigilisti-ally: im iincd. ,
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fi/li yI w 'i 1 I Ik PROGRAMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiuiimiiimjimmniiimmiiiir: "Aw," Mid Willie. you are i
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JantrnMi (Calln"a: afraid to fight; thafIII:,i! it i iNaw Is:' :
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'iiriM* f:Arlllltl'istuilaign The Weather 1 s.B 1.ac Tm not" pi tested

(: IJirl.nr.) ,, 1''e= 7 /c 7;30 P.M.-MONDAY Spanish Class.TUESDAY !I Jack "but if I fifiht my .....w'U [

I FORECASTKey a 1'I find out and lick m(':. f

tIIN/1111) J. |II.| .I'lana* West Ha. Nov. 29, 1948 I s' ; ?:4 i iI iI 10:00: AM.-Bowling. for Navy I "How'II she find it out ehShe *"

West and Wives, at U S. Sub' '11 sec the doetoi: I toing to
J_ H )I'a....... commander ofputt Key Vicinity Moder-I r. k I Base Bowline/ AlIeys.j "

the" wdntd. Veterans of ...wtaen! te southerly winds sruftmg' I II QaI17 ; AIf 7:30 P.M.-Hospital Party ((2nd i your house _
fr -.h: n irth"rltomcht and Tues.1. *
I Tues.)
% eY id
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Fart hvtt '
iid M : vi. a .I
UV Partly TiMidy weithcr: : WEDNESDAY UMMUMISKUMCE: I
ftctr of the wWrd Amrru..nlrgKna
I Cooler tonight l and TuesdajFlordia 12.30 P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip (Continued From Page One)
punt. wa funMil sassy to : Colder in north portion 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club. line dealer and the f,'How who

rftrrtt the March.. of Dime *ctivitte and Cooler in south portion s 7:00 P.M.--J u k e Box Dance supplies him the fa. t' peering
amnnc the rotorrd pupulatk I tame through the bank telkia window
n ol Krv WN. today and 4omght Few showers,i iI W\ e rri : I II THURSDAY and just a 'guy named Joe! .
south portion today. Partly I Friends all noiphhor,
!In AflPtlfllhna P4.na.. James I 1:00: P.M.-Sew inR; Machines
tloud otherwise Ihru'Tuesday. t ( fellow KevV,'st 'rs who
c.U.t'W.Y.' Miftnw .runty March I ) I Ia Bill.-mls Showers. jouj
t Aithou in striving fur a better'
..f lon, rainfMMgn duvrtiir Mid: I Jacksonville tnrough Florida FRIDAY
-\\'e .le f"-1ulWl.' tnuu' StrmU Small Craft Warnings:: in I v % 2:00 P.M, Pri'-natal Class. Key West and Monroe County .
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!+<*. vofentrri M-IM<-..-% oil JUMP icaU-d south of Jacksonville to I Ie cep S' lV 9.00 P.M.--Dince. Orchestra through: their andour. Chamber .
nrw in the :March of -i 5 of Commerce For tier aH
coming :\f..II..urnr Fresh to strong:: $ SATURDAY
I>wnr r.NH ai.n Hr has exhibit northwest to north winds in 01" 2:00) P.M.-Boxml! Training. our Chamber of Commerce :
f'd hw lrItf.bl.n affairs. r I is mtrtlv a \rhiclcfor ac-
civic ii iia
nlav area tins! irnmg; dimini- ; i SUNDAY ,
4s
complishm the i< hiov< ment
ftmnTHC the I of ;a well or.lered. I. \bl;t.t: :< i m<1 bl.t.t..r i
or nufnertiu and .
iMiaM>n* "
'm fresh southerly winds in south (monthly)
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mir hr will do a creditable jobin portion to northerly this morningor MISS AMANDA STA3SART.: 2S.yt'ar-old Belgian Airline hostess 1:00: P.I\I.-PIImc (sign up). Key West: \ Lanized i :
tht most ..mpnaunllalTh: of this afternoon Moderate < hugs two firmer U. S. aviators who she helped: to escape civic effort and" a in'>bili/td civic, : p

Dime:.'(aiepaien! suave founrU north to northeast winds Tues, 'A: ,.\ frcm the Germans in Belgium after they parachuted from their I Subscribe To The Citizen. Know How 1 1i i
Ion tot the National Infantile daFew scattered showers over | "\ '. I ---- -
crippled plane in World War II. The ex fliers are former Sgt.T. 1i
ParalyMb Uxly "by the late President south portion today. Partly ( D. Wiggins (daft)) 25 of Lithonia. Ga. and former Second
xcU cloudy othtrwiM I
Lieut. Thomas D. Applewhite (right). 27 of Memphis. Tenn.
The National. foundation is East Gulf: Small Craft Warnings I
At> Photo The reunion takes place in the office of the American Heritage
fl'blanc fur its very life the / indicated east of St. Marks Ii AT LAST !
I Foundation in New York.
campaign director stated With to Tampa. Fresh to strong northwest NINETEEN YEAR OLD MARTHA CLUBRETH of Fayetteville

eveiv epidemics Inch" imurmi to north winds in display J N. C.. inspects the stock in a music store presented to her be. --- _
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in 1948 plus the continuing care area this morning; diminishing I! cause she gave an old lady a glass of water. Thomas M. Baker, I I '
for victim of the polio sieges of this afternoon and tOnight. Mod- f' real estate operator of Philadelphia. and Myrtle Beach. S C. LONOSIIORKMKISContinued): ( ( in the United Stales but fog: )t1 i PAINT AND ,

pdt years the Foundation's. re- crate to fresh north to northwest 1 I, bought the shop and gave it to Miss Culbrelh in gratitude for ( .om I'.te One) which set in yesterday, is now '
MTV fund Mill" be .entntlv exhausted south Gentle holding up the sailing. The fog MAKE THE
in portion today. to ) her kindness to his mother. than that on the last coast strike : 1 j
by the end of December moderate north to northeast. leathers l predicted today is worse than yesterday. 1\
and the foundation will be in showtrs' the stated. SURFACE
winds Tuesday. Few I --- -- -- ---- The Queen Elizabeth' which report ;

debt half dollar more ,than he added a million and a over cloudy south otherwist portion today. Partly j i e..e..eeee.ee'i A tf 1'1'1.l '1'" I JJ'tppl..I..n / has born tioti i up at Southimption
score November 17, has not left The Gettysburg (Pa) National
Refering to the local situation. i INSECTICIDALDIANOL
Monroe RKI'ORr I IObsetyanon People's port latest news from that city Military Park contains 26 mil'sof
C.lloway said that the .
( taken at City Office! \| ; fur ln tlllagc liOHMS :saId. At first the delay was paved avenues, 800 statues
county chaplet 1Io in the same 8:30 a.m.. FST) :i ....................... weir fill, I Saturday and caused by the strike of longshoremen I I and monument 1,700 tablet
Thechapter
but with the national body. i .. ...,... ........... .
r along the seaboard
Temperatures 1 ki
flpr. t.i.y! in th' office of eastern: m here Dlattxl in theembamufting ... County
teas .r tbs _i.... .r ... ... .- I
; ; j; p> ,ition of haying Highestestirday/ 87 I .r.. b.i tb..dn.r r..rs.. Ib. JIKIU Raymond U ford by I

to refuse money to the national Mean Lowest last night: 84 80 '1 I a.igbt. _.1....,boa..y..... 111..1...il.w. .r,...Nbi.bI ....- Vitl Ak..n. 21. and Louise .. ., INSECTICIDAL .
foundation when the North Carolina I rmmtfd Tfcr .*ritrr. .li"Mla. kI f- FLY
72 I Ii..dllt'l.i 21. lx th of the Central : --,. I
Normal r.ir ..4 ...n.. tbr I./i... I* .. : -
polio seine'< was at iU height I I IMSECiICI0A1I'
Had the local chapter advanced PrecipitationTotal I i I .AIMs.rd..wdwritew..id..rb... ".|MT ..!''' sie..l.r.r 11..1.: l amt Remy T. James. 23 of \ Ii. ; .... to I PAINT
r last 24 hours 0 ins. : '. _.11.... ..., Ibr .
i any money at that time patients Tnt| this month 0:14 ins. i'...'..... .... .II' lor a.............. ..- its U. S. N ivv anti Nancy Lud- \ 1J;' l I 'h

I. would being cared have for been by left the without chapter Deficiency this month I 74 ins.j I I I \vigsen. 21. of 603 Southardsintt HAVANAThree I Ii I Ones a perfect painted sur- .,,,, M ,r I
total this 45.95 .di i
year ins Ii
fund 'i ; face with insecticidal qualities I
Excess this year 9.53 ins. 'I
will Flights Daily
As it is. the local chapter
the bottom of the barrelin Relative Humidity i': Editor. The Citizen: IX hotkey will IN' added l to Deadly to insects. Safe to hi. ..,s and pets.
scrape for theremainder 8:30 a.m. | Please accept my th: nk- mil Michigan State Collcgt athletic TO HAVANA TO KEY WEST I IL.

meeting of obligation 1948 82'XBarometer j, deep gratitude for the publn\ program in the 1949! season. A ,. Key West Ar. Havana Lv Havana Ar. Key West i EFFECTIVE for the LIFE of the PAINT
I i given St. Paul's:, Parish liarjar It hUE indoor ice rink on the campus 10:15 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:45 A.M. o!

..... : (Sea Level). 8:30 a.m. I I has ever boon: the policy of Th is nearing completion 2:00 P.M. 2:45 P.M. 12:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. I -
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lbooarn"IIDIIIUII'lI1IlInllll"'l; 29 90 ins.Tomorrow's.- I I l Citizen cause to be generous to anyworthy 4:15 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 3:15 P.M. 4;CO P.M. .:I I"Q" ROBERT F. RILEY, Inc.
Almanac j thanks for your ("IopI.'at..n in assisting -
Sunrise 6:;33) am.I I I Rev: James 1\.IacConnt.n\ and us in publicizing the 173rd AEROVIAS S. A. 1100 W. Flagler St. Phone 2.8481
at the Sunset 5:38: p.m.Moonrise I the various chairmen of the Ca- Anniversary of the United States MIAMI. FLA. '

ARMED SERVICES: [ 6:46: am '. zaar join me In this expression of Mdrint Coip>. ROGELIO GOMEZ. Agent I II
Y.M.C.A. Moonset :5):33 p.m. thanks and also our sincere ap- It IS our desire to keep the i ==:-- =..:::.;:c.. ___ ._ _, -=.- _----
Jackson Square. Whitehead New Moon\ Nov 30th picciation to Nina Leslie GUllY public ever conxifHis of the fact -- ;: -- -
and Southard Streets I JUNEILLIAMS. the Marine\ Coips exists to serve I ; Tor ihf I; IIr..;,I- You (KIIOH Fur he Brand., l ; 011. KIIIIHfc. Tor ;llir ItraiuU;I You.. KJIOH; \

miiiiii i ii"ninmiiunnminiiuuiiiniHinnniirMONDAYS TIDES Publicity: Chairman.St. the Amtiu.in p i>plt', Your deeply -
Paul's Pai ish c."aar.
I (Naval Base) ippieeiatfd effort, hadone
Key West Fla.. much to fuith t t.- our pm pose I !
9:00 P.M.-Juke Dox dance Tomorrow .
"Truth or Consequences (Eastern Standard Time) Nov 26, 1918.MARINE l K F: H I..\i i. LEWINSKY'S SHOP !
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Show." High Low ('apl1I1.. l't S1. I' .
: Quiz I B IVilal i J
TUESDAY 10:06: am 3:liam: CORPS THANKS f )It't 'j t'I( I, I-

7JO: PJkl.-Shuffle U.ird; ses,- I 9:05 p.m. 2:3': ,) p.m. tdtllL: Th(, C1II:I n .I ..:,' .il.. )-1.
fv' :ns on the patio j] Picas ;."'(" ,1 Dt 1 ,,'.: : '1 I I. '.. :C" 1" ;.:

9:00: P.M.-Theatre Group metisWCDNESDAt. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA i 1 :; Pre-XMAS SALEV!
(Reference Station: Key West) i

1:00 PM-Hospital Fishing trip. I Time oft i Height of I THREE HOTELS IN MIMII at POPULAR PRICES
I 8.00 P.M.-Dance Class (Beginners StationTide |thigh water

.) Sahia Honda I Located in the Head of the City : TOMORROW( ( NOV.
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:, 9:00: P.M.-"Ye Party"Ole. Country No(hridgeOh Name Key 10m 0.0 ft I RATES I"Q'IS() WRITE or WIRE i STARTS (Tuesday ) 30 r..

(Square Uancin", Virginia (east end) +2h 20m REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS
Reels). Boca Chica with BATH and TELEPHONE I.
THURSDAY (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m i Famous Names of Men's Wear ;
3.00 P.M-Photo Class. Caldes Channel Ford Persliiiiii Miller
9:30: P.M.-Dance. Ochestra.: .(north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. b

FRIDAY: oOo Hotel Hot.1 lintel Price-To Reduce Our I
8:15 P.M.-Movies. Bridge Par NOTE: 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Ave. Reduced In Stock!!
ties. (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 229 NE. 1st Ave. =
SATURDAY: be subtractedPlus 80 Rooms
I Elevator Elevator
8:15: P.M.--tovies. (+)- sign: Corrections to Solarium Hfit-d Elevator
lUIS: P.M.Second show (ame be addedRAIN. i

SUNDAY: feature). I I I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION I. sutsm; Pants. e i iI

0:45 A.M.-Java Club.
:200: PM.-Classic Hour. I I c1kO11; ) .. I PLEATED and PLAIN
VOO I'M.-Fellowship Hour.
Coffee and doughnuts :: JJSIS (; ..''JAU/JIS/: (.W"I' I =

Will not beat in on your rugs I I: s"li.1| | Cul.! ? -_ HI..... I.HI. ON r!
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and furnishings when sudden -. \1.1. $6500 /) "'../.-/"," (111(1rllrlirr.s:i $1895'j
TUA) \-5 HIRTII\) '" <.n"> mil l.ru"1 : s
showers catch you with your 1 I WERE $72." WERE "..,. ON SALE '
(Know America) windows open while you areaway i ti. 1I II

Dard Hunter of Chillicothe if your home is protected I II I I *

Ohio fine paper noted maker master born-pi"inter Steuben-and with :I I I I -ic .1501; ..P 2 (;iron 1 jt 12 $1695

I. Mile, Ohio 65 years ago. II H 'o'tI-.ItIlIlIf'/- 7'n."'"',/... .-1rriil's/ WERE 521.00 and $1350 ON SALE ::;
James G. MacDonald. first C m& 1(1 wlIw I I : ;

t American diplomatic representative T.... .._ .... I r rs? I: .- Solid'' / Color: l1'tr Mv/f .
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to Israel born Cold $5500 >>
Ohio 62 years ago in water. ne'0Z:1 5-1eo1: I 4b-- I-I WERE $60.00 $62.50 S65.00 ON SALE (, n'"I' .) $1350"SJQ50 =

Re\ Dr. John Haynes Holmes:\ ; WERE $16.50 and $18.00 ON SALE z
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noted minister of the Community erI I i =

Church New Yoik born in Philadelphia I I : j (;Uctll') i : .
69 years ago (, /
James J. Caff rev. lawyer former > ....,'o'ur'i I ,." .u/-' It J/Olfill'tl I r""I' :
chairman nf' the Securities! I ; "::: ; //U' $4500 WERE $12.50 and 514.53() ON SALE

and Exchange Commission born iiiWINDOWS ': WERE SS500! Sl7.S0. ON SAI: -T

in Boston. 51 year ago. | (
Clarence G. Stole president of I i (; 5

Western Electric: Co.. born all j ij ; (.HUI 1I I r i ronft $895
Mount Joy. Pa.. 65 years ago. I 1 I 1-- WERE SIO..O and 510.95 ON SALEMEN'S
Richard F AlUn former Red i i ii I I (;(1Ilr(11in/ /; '.... rots/11'Or'sIIs/ }\ --
Cross executive and U. S. State! iI $3950 *
I i WERE $43.50 to S52.50 ON SALE t
Department official born Craig! : PORCHES:: AND ROBES Special Sale Price
Mo.. 58 I SCREEN COORS
years ago. I FOR HOME i I S
I or
E. P.lmer of Rhode Island
Ely 1o:n.:,hI i.IOcki"9' 'fusers repel' z
i Ambassador to Afghanistan; hint! b swing ra ., block drafts and protect ALL LEATHER JACKETS
t in Pro\idence 61 ears ago | row w.ndow sills from water rot. d.t' I COMMERCIAL USE and COATS Reduce 20-/
Dr. Margaret T. Corwin. dennjt I lodging; el pear around window. and
>f the New Jersey College for: reduce pa'nting nainlenanc. cost to .i
Women born in Philadelphia 59 01..Ihi"!!. I Ire Are Prepared To Furnish Foe irith" SILK OriginI; j>rircitOn
Convenient Plan
years ago.TRUCKING; I CALL-PHONE Payment 1042 I Clear Pure CL TiES or ( Rl;SHI1); ICE .til (fnrinfiil.\ .111 Stil<>.., Final

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