The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00238
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00238
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For /',.,....,'"/ Chiang KaiShek ,
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I Election i'I 1A.t.t politicians ere ttcfnptiiw ; to ... nwl MOO as at.e trek. e'
\| | Sat,11/N1: / ItrliHtdiit. 'lo Arrrpl
i el the 11.210 qualified voter* ia Monroe County at ton orr..'. f... j

w ik ...... c/et..... todav ..ii then : Defeat. Hut leleriiiine l lTo .er There will bo pleiiU "fotin:; : teal .I lee Iron. i i
tin.! Kiwi ill \\rtr building '
machines on hand tt'\n'1 row. But some ob' r.." believed tod thai .... i
r II (It. .*IMI >.( rUham and I larry On Fight) r rr Mblr .. Hall

u ".n.. .vl i....!. fur atistos rood J John England. supervisor of icgISirallOn. ,i 50 per rent or about MIl of th* qualified. ..t.r... world .. to DM i ,

I'' .1* I I' tlgahll. tollllllt..i"h: bald today. polls tomorrow. elti
T1i ...l4..... .hit h will be one ahr thr .......> There will bp M\ machines in ... _.. .
i aii I'I i iK.iitu ,1411are tr tu '
)ing bring out ,4.t. whit w m :
.1.J > in hrtcht for IM| time be- NANKING Nov 1 Chiang =ti .the First Dutriet; four in tin :
::nc wiN1tIane6tliUJ1t11525.5410tw.1 ;; KM-Shete, in commenting IIK'HX Yt Second District, three in tin v..lt- f.,. 1'1'. ,.o.'i i ,.. .IKi bream cit Amenrftn'Bt X *Wi j j'S. : "

ti.. .uiinufnt Ituit will ben on 'the fall of Mullen in M.iichuna I ..n.I! gn: 1.1. t'.n'. It I. ..an state stealer. tAt''MFrt b let i! 1
i Third District five the Fourth
Inn l in il will rrpiv..>nl '* to to the communists, .said.. t : in
,.,,) ,mN. .MMf t ... about $fijfM)0It ; ) "Hoxvevvr reluctant we ate todcttpt i <.V Wuepltolo I II District, two in the Fifth His: 111U .i frwe 'ooo peeks Beet III Mi.ount :.
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.llMn. .'I llu ht'MC la FaUblo : dfefeat. we must continue trict and one each in the Sixth; ')
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'.U.!! .. | ?">rii.t..r til Fazio's I to fight On.'' I ACTRESS TALLULAH DANXHEAD/ daughter of Ue late Senator from Alabama kisses the and Seventh Du>tucU>-a total of Car U v...... U.4 \
U" . tot .
2 3 machines. ere welt ...... ........ ie'
f/wu Thr .awrtr.ntor who is bald to be in wont condition today before more than 22.000 person.:*. Mrs. Tru man smiles: on approvingly.
U ,,n_ .... w.nk in Charles Top thin eutmg any other time There were only 16 m<..-hinot tax u. lake rate .in Vtetl... eN I
f'11. > ,m.. Si niTin? 1 stiiMluie will stole! Chiang has been at its head --- - -- -- -- the two pimidix dt..tJonhdd :-. the mathine*. 11w.w.. .ire :

eai. &&en.t the left nl H** rlhattrrsrs '
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arc foe the ptesid.Marl tA.ItIM- i
T<" 'hw M.nii nil) IoO feet !
Where And When
C..te oral l ltM .fret in length At ;I Find( Local( Ian'sUody 1 I

Hie if or M( the .lriMliur and run- I I Publish Front Accounts I.IKL VOIT.S: TOt.tKK: : .1 i '

.al1. hack fr..." Bahama street In N. Y.? } Page () Today To Vole Hill MHGffTKRS, I

a .II !I. a |.htrkin area 5A feet '
t: >i .....1 113 feel |long It will 3P Jr"IItf; MOTHKRS OTK;
.. About ]President's Race Tomorrow Each voter will know whet,M n>
I MtM ti r of c..r*. i Police Chief Joseph Kemp today c together with the d.. k. i Ai part of Girl Sce.t We.k. :
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tillo ha. Ufn in the food received a telegram from the I. local kcouta will .-'.. a 1
Cu.-JIM M. knr .for more than 2j; New'York Police Depaitment : _. inspectors by following civic
--. duty kan.nw when :
-- --- THiRlTICEI.EU( : 22,000( MILES ,\MI) MAUL below:
,1 tie states that the need for elating, ; that a hurly found in New put'f"r \u 1Gat. they take care .. .,........" /
IKiiKihg H"4* for him nutomer York Bay this morning is believed I .. rarrle.ria. I II.... HI., .' j, I :
i 1'E1.lll'!' : |||: ; .\\ ) at Barview Park wkB 'h.otb.n *
wtl) .Hiv.it by the addition of to lie that of a Key Wester. I No Gunfire In :-;Illlnlltne 5 Ir.', I ,
>l.rK Minli, ., t nrralInpecle.n vete im the ....... :
A i4U ...1Un'. fret in the rear of Chief Kemp communicatedwith 1 .
J.UHH.HE) 170 SI'EEtlmS i: : : : Jima. ,. et' rr. I h electwa.Tb .
the iww storrTie the family of the man and i \ HU fair-. \\ I: MI r\ .'10" ,I. Si t
....uipm..iit alone. will tun sent some further information to ] AllIs j Hit tkr.rl.rd Pr.t iuharil.rn.ll. \\ 11..10'. ',...n i girls wU lie 1 Palestine \..lftnlnr"... .,.A. .I*." |>h I Ix o,....- park t. perfoTM tkia duty
(; '!(> M4NM t<> tOOHQ. Mid CaS New York by which police ; WASHINGTON. Nov Newspapers in Europe and olher ct. ,.".'l<'I Van,.hi.x. .r-.uk. I Itillar r.. I alter K..... kowrt.. :
1.1 i h, Si.otN The tore will be cials there 0-1 : (ioniseu? ,-v tt. i'bar j.-
> may try to ; puts of the world today published front page articles about the j
GUI Scout Wt.k
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i'ttnandet. Iaru.Liar: .
h'wktn in ,try rebpert The definite identification of the presidential election the United States omorrow.. .
[ Peace Now :: in iniirT: >olonrix :: "tteetday wltk .KIa see.wttta .
',,;iikri and the store will be body. Chief Kemp is withholdingthe I Mo.ctiw's, .... ted that it will make \ Cuunt ('..urt II...." t
= : papci a.-vi no diffeiencg to J..rk...on- XIUJP. old wUl end ........y
uitifitft with every modern name of the missing man and the 'i.ilcl whether Tnini.. ... T' 1
n or Dewey i: elected because both!...erI e'r <1rrk.m. Haltn-'k \
man s of maikctmg"TAXES the. names of his__ _relatives--- hereTvinjwrulitrcs -. : !';''uri .-%. ..*_.&.." ....!.*..." 1 r I perialiitic- l I"anims._ : -" t -r; 1

Will Itfiu.iiii 'lli.il ri.ll ; !I I A fomniunift nc \'opai| .*r ini Mrs. RosaCavilan< POLLS Ol'KiAT' 7 /I.II. '! date Simply puN .n. hew ,

MUST BE i i eastern Berlin' said that Dewey !i.I i.> Voting places for he general .....,...
Jr-: \\MtIK'i\ l1,1 I Uitkcd .bv the Chaw: National and vi j register your i e
Died) election here tomorrow .......
Hank anti Truman is supported\ for pr idcnt. vie* pr. ad
(>.IHIHrirnlU i Dank in New fork will open at 7:00 a.m. and
I by the Morgan all eight etetcwra.

I PAID FOR ALL til. .1 ke.ei.ied frx.l i and the widespread interests it This Morning() close at 7:00 p.m. Then puH down ..e4t .* Mir .lI

LONDON Nov I I.-hll' quiet j t-ontrob. ';r. I levers for selecting eM .(.!. **fi
the Pravda. Moscow: leading n6 ln.nn; .I'i; : t ; ; :;;.
far .
Palestine today bo IS II. \1
in that .it .trchrr-a.-- ..count offtccr Frail .< Ik* II
i!i ncw-paper. alter saying Mrs Kr-.t Oavilan. 81 1. died .llltt... I
RENTED ROOMS w.nfaie between Jews, and Arabsus : makes no difference whether; this:: morning at I dock in the > Pn mithnl':"'l\t'T0""''.-rxl 3 < I I amendments wheh. sap t rnrlm .

CllnCCI ned. from Dewey or Truman wins, aUctcd I residence of her daughter, Mrs lou;0.him ",.i... sir! tlnipc the top nf t+ve .......... writ
News aided here i The onlv hope for the world is :
ibh and Aiab (cadre> that .Jew-I j Henry Wallace, but he has no I T. S. Caro 1014 Johnson !street; .:.tor-.tgnela.a',;--1.inara I-: ;... .1". -- W .-.pn rti.. havt to tie vot.*l xn.ie. >..-. ye.
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//'MI/HIM-/ .. $2.5tJ( ll ('': I the fighting ended at three elwtne-e to winLlndons .** Funeral services will lie held .XMIllam...un..r". -M.mu,1 Itakir K fin."J".I.1. r ";i,1..1 I MRS. WILMA JACKISH (top), ." n'.

1l"or otlotk yesterday morning. then]i| six morning papers I tomororw at 10 o'clock I... tter. t I C'y CaAliWu.aqullmo '
mOl : Chicago
from rang PnF'I\4T. I I 52 year old widow from i
/u/ 'h Room has not been any gunfire had long stories on the front page .
ten CMi
in St Mar>" s Star of the Sea nigh ? 10..1| Mm. \ came to police hcadquar \ taped Jr.
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At 7:30 A.l+t.. EST Lithe i s>ide and all of them basing their Coiled and r I-
l P niVMi Station Temp Tel Aviv ported that the opinions on the polls that had ; Catholic Church. Rev F J. .'inrk'J.e. M.iwnVl\."z' tern in San Francisco with u.i. Judge of tfce Btn'iaMi' DMtint ; i
Atlanta 60 Jews an: now m full ct.ntiol ot : been conducted: in the United I! Kness will officiate. : ham In 'IKTI;Imxal'.r-J.;: Mr 1 i.:..rl."rn H rri'i i'iod.-r.: x,1 S134,450 in cash and reportedMrs. m. Group Sewa Qtaw C ,
i Augusta 6-1 Gallile-e In their last two clash 1 States:, said Dewey will be the ; Burial will take plate in the tmrrlf. (;-m.x ':"r' Mi...kl, I. lUii.ilt -. Louella Peterson (bottom Mincer fir stale .......... Jrvrnih
-ure Tn I lie !iI _,.. 40 with \the Arabs aftei the : victor. family plot in the Catholic Ccmetcrv ,.n finder I : Joanna .Inh, rl>' ). 60. had entrusted it to District; Bee IMC C. r*.,. Inrmember i
cs I Kxa H < I l.inPUH I '
I I Iliilroiliirril Birmingham 66Bismark breaking 01 the tnice the Jew !!i Both Truman and Dewey will under the diieuion of the V..n Santee;: IMT M'. 5 her for safekeeping. About the 'J the I.!.....* rot .Ifclpnsentative
Touiglili I .... ...... ...
.. .il' Mall ThxfHJi s. c.r.
Lopez Funeral Home .in. i.na *:
derided palticulail the voterstonight. also
33 have ni.idt gains make final appeals to ,..., kt.. "". same time Mrs. Peterson .
\i .M.uinj: OfH Boston -_ 43 > in northern. P.lle.tmc.On' I I I : Dewey is scheduled to | Survivor of the deceased in- <'i 1- rk-Jared I.k: "! and_ b. tauith.In.prt I ,.. .1 I showed up at headquarter and Judge of the Crtnmv) CMit ftlUcord
King AbContuuiid for five minutes during a elude a son. Charles Gavilan tor.. Farl 1 ;ir .I. ;
Buffalo 53 I in Tunsjotdan: speak Mrs. Jackish with
I 5aami charged
ion t tI On Page Eight) rally In NewYork two daughters. Mrs T. S. Caro .Marylaa.au.' t'tern Joknwf. i" Allan B Clcarr Jr. fw mliritor
< ) CIHIIIIII: Chdilcbton .. 61 ( Republican Sicrl| >ni-r. grand theft She said her .. .
!I .. 4.> -------- I. City that will begin at 9 o'clock. 1:1and Mis Ralph Guito: six grand. rnrl IMTihai.ilxr \o. a nf the Crimm l CfcMT t 8tI.Ird. :
of I, Chicago of < ..n.mer'e uiltlmu I I money. hidden in a filing cab. Raymond R Lfl4. f>,i
itn or.n.e Ramon Gav !
I err the will national John and
n |1..VbIUIUl 71 Truman speak in a : thildrcn: .. I
t<> be intioduc-ed at to- Denver Coypu Christi. .. 32 ThreTraffic Ilcl.1. FUICharges- hook-up in a broadcast from Ilan. Mrs B. J. Fernandez. the' t'U-rk. \|I.r.'h..n.1..rl.J.\ I: \\ 'M!:l'rn met. and Mrs. Jackish. her ( ounttr Jud<8-.. I :
Com- : ... ., .' XX ('lark. 1 harl S house guest. disappeared about I flit Clerk nf Crimtwl 1'r*.. '
'.1 t mrctinA of the City Detroit ,...... 5"i: the living room of his home in Misses Norma. Cecelia and Rita In- ,* r>-
's.'iow add .fllln&!* & houses board j El Paso .. 42 Indcpendcnce..tn.\! His addressis Guito: and a Ireat-ramkhlld.. .l-.r-.lb.I liars'rnetrtT 'it. T I, the same time Mrs. Jackishwas Rfrord Claude \ Goo I'Mm, fiTax :
hintctsnd. hotels will hl"ldat Ln.C SI..re released under SI.OOC I AaIoftIIrJI': :
UM*. due to begin at 10:30: elock i Rosaivcivuvs! will be 'raterni'r : bail.I
: Ft. Worth 62C"h.r..tnn T..".. i.,,'r. r?,.".Ia Howard R. Wriest Is. T.. .
Ml.4Ut.ii" li' IM. 52,1year 72Jacksonville Dewey is due to arrive in New 7 clock tonight in the chdpcof .' 1I..n i -
tch rtfW occupation.! t.\. )! Th;it' m'nTIT i ai n'st\<'d at York City during the afternoon. the Lopez Funeral Homo for lnp.l-rk..tr I.al-.- t:,v... ".. "'...n. 1.w. Home I\ :; ; Vollcctoe.. lh.ee OF4lvaat .Ito ,
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I ithir th. 'nJinatxc. vvhuh __ 52 .' 1\1.rotl1';. > ,n Sahll'lav and Sunday I acctHiipame-d by Mr" l.>t.wcy. and 1 Mrs Gavilan Br....ifuli .I I. I I" ., nMan 1 ( I t'aunty SupernteMeM at PW'tr
Kansas City
ii I.... rlfmt afar its pnipustdn. 76 .nt vui I',u'. triffu.. I I.iw violations I! will, occupy his suite in the Instruction John EisibSe.. *... :

I'' ." t.ni .M. provii.le for .a KEY WEST, 71 ;1 I toi'I f. Sin'pp;ud. .M of Na R...,..('vd. Hotel\ lie will vote, in Farcsrr'H) Stove. E\pllt()( Not I I Supervtewr of RrlbtrAllen. ""' ; J'- '
newt .4 ViO a scar for ca h Hex West All-poll y..l l An Si'tinn was:, arrested bv I th" city tomorrow and will iettvc I Ah\cll Resigns f.w C. ui ty (twnis sew I :
48 I .
I,u. kit W tow "'y.'It"1 l..os Anceles 58 "htat" II!t.hwd> Patrolman C. C. the clettion retains in hit t 1kl"i .IM, .in' .P.vr 'xnlfrtr-d. inI I in the First D lrir.: CtafvonHifis S
'aMires tu be intnwuei Louisville charge of driving with his leaders! Theft .. .... I 1911.1 I ( : for Count Cnu _.raid. :
m* ... 63 Reynolds on a SUite. together !I As Police i Lirul. Charges I I '10. b. 111)' .f( I I. in Cao at .
H. () 1 1I
i niKht Movidr 6 while mtoxitatcd I: Morgan j and outstanding Repubiicaauahimc :-d;: ( nIM'I i.:R: .5,10.0.1'i I I/ p mSitni'l t for the : .
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H irMU.tins: .,ippioprntuuin, Miami > ..1\1...tl'll. :<0. .if Key crest w '* ar- the t-impaun besm, '. I i II".trd. "iloMdvas I. .ix'. I lint' 'I."1 "" d'I\< '.'Ci IUrilUrru.. for dntnlviiiiikMiner < .<
.'it.4iii p.irtnuntv of the ot\; Minneapolis 41 Irr.-U-t b: St..if. Hi.,hw:t> Pall ..I-.II : Dewey has traveled lnOf()( mil> : IV>lu-e. luuknmt Hax At xell' \Vdlie, Hd. Fall here Tin! "ti.\i \\.r- ".I..d. l out into of D..tnrt live' *;.',
; !Nu I.. lit' paid >...t ol un Memphis Sr man 1> lSk"rn., on two and he delivered! l 170 :sppcthe,. has resigned his puoitif>n with \ brought;:; to Sheriff Count Berlin ASawjer th(' x .: i 'n.' fits, fin'n {.n Rot aid II( AdaHW. fttr Merrier '4 .hSchool .

'" S ..... .i -uipluv tot 1Q48ii New' Orleans! C3 I chart's. dra mitt while drunk ;on'l IIclnvinu I Truman ha. covercrl I 22.000 mile:; the Polite Departimnt City Man Saturday by Coral Gable whirs tn' i t. li,"it II ,. \\ "..tn"n_ for I II. I Board of Second Duo It.I.
t .. (...vimnt ot $308.:o9 tu Norfolk 5S I with outstate drivelsli j and 'his addresses number 271. 1 apr; Ralph D. Spaldms said to from .unt, "f( tea I Julio Cuban Jr.. far M-tl If'i
i ..uim.,...d On Pace: Eight) Oklahoma City 60! ." 'n ,:. nl I W.I' '. B Cop". .Ir !!Besides. Truman made a nonpolitical .. day. The resignation; became ef he was arrested on compl I I ..( th. Sch/l/ BOM .4 tnroiiith < r'
-- Omaha :3; \Vadll't'.tt"l I (for in.khss. driving 1 t''ur. shortly before he:. : feitivecsterday. the aher.ffs: office Di>trirt, Eagle *..*..*.

Prniacola 63: : it',m his .impugn: that t,>talecl:I Spaldin:: !said he was, M: .rr> *t'liibC Howard is acluced'f: I ( hre'akmand of( Flu'. !I... M.\ ml. ...111Ms..h<.il M.... .,iI

CRAIG Pittsburgh 5St :a :},{'')(I mile,. a. man of Atwell's expert' entenntiv' honx Exterior Plywood "I 'h" Fifth, ()""I..t Plank, II ',
POOR OLD :32 Ma h,... roloieH i. ..t 701 Tunli.l.trcet i- .. '
Loris KEY WEST I lUmv Wallace )i-> t::itn.prfii.ninit I::: > neo:'. H.tMii. i"i l JU.n.. Ju... t.
MIAMI .i-l lued
5ate-h \
M tlCIU':| ; : STATION San Antonio 62 >';;., in Nv: Yoik City. Normal,i If a new police lieutenant u; ; :and sfaltn, a i ...n'l 1 f 1. f All. .. Is J",1 S :
t San Francisco '>" BARGE LINE Inc. I civil SC'r'Ict"1.1\ >it m lie then 5.,11. : SHUK 1 U 1 Miti .Kin: .. ,_.. ..1 '
DiTinon Phon 9134t. I n'"'''a Sotiihst: candidate iin >- : appointed a new tl'! i, t' t 't. F > s '
I oncu..r t ... Ml: UII. terrier Seattle I 5br YDE.MALLORY DOCKS I ... Ii i i I siiliuunt t.ek.y.. m shirt| |.i J will have to be made up. An examination grand harem ctothtitalon"% I in tin theft:in" t., TELEPHONE 816 I tI. II I .I.ft.w. ( ......! h.. ,I., /
Gft. Spray 01 I r Tallahassee G' TELEPHONE 6 ,. ,. I IHi ) sill probably be belt voith of '
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111'\ U.I Chang. Your Oil Tampa 6; teat Utlrlof': Irntrz n. '. W.ll-MT; jy ,.1." ..h.I .l' .hortlx it eras reported in Cit;;) .
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i 1Vestun::ton j.' Minim l7unx.iii". I I j I I-nII.I.: : I of[ M.lotov:' Hall I ___ __ 0i
- I I :kli.., Fianklin D !.,...>*.veil:. Atxxell hj;" IHUI' a numbirth ..t I

I -, -*cr ,r air" .1""i. i 1In Cans, 'd'I"I'll'd i | t." Police l>'paitmfnt' marl t VOTE TUESDAY
.-.-.... .......... { (U'inlllliKd On \Pau ElghD:; ,; ) tiht .taIs Palace TheaterBARRY

BRADY'S ....'"4( i t U P ..'.- .-.- FITZGERALD and for IIx .

r 'i 6,000.000 s 1I DOROTHY HART in
i Ticket
--.for- SHRIMP "THE NAKED CITY"TOP Straight Democratic
Dr. II. 1\. .Muure Irishes tu I,

that Tuesday CHOICE POULTRY : INVOLVEDWhere .Vrirf/j/ ire f/ir/ lurlr/
-- -- -- ,1M' 'flh' iol' IIu'Iul"CIII. i1'u.. :f
trill : Will the < T-jn ,
\ttteinbcr 2. 19111, he 1214 White SU..t Phon 540 "; M (pt III tu i r

",lure /his Office tu (>tOO>()( .- ......._ .A.4-_-. -. : SCHOOLSGet <1 SERVED TARTAR WITH SAUCENATURALLY DELICIOUS I LUGGAGE H ]//iir/i; (; i'i .%.Hour" (.'.tnuttyIf \1.

Street; (the, nil .
FOR SALL'! FOR SALE! : Money : I Stll' St-IIft'flr
/.our lloinr). CARRIERS
(.rme I 1941 FORD S995 : M for ,
1 Convt. Cpe.-Can't Be Beat! Vote J I for ALL CARS I 'Vou l Or-ire) 'I'ran I .-.turlali..u.| (:all ll) tlKi or 2:1'I "

NAVARRO. Inc. : Amendments 1 & 2 : Uo>'!* If''t..'-1 \ulo I'arl.. .'us, !.'i .,.. I'"& rn'alat.... Lxecutivtr Co..."... .

\ Opposite: Bus Station : Classroom Teachers : 121 Du..l SL Phone 442-

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1P.. ..YII.&*. ___ ... ...u.w. Key Westers generally have been .u W
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= ._ Tb. CUlMBO $.U4IPS asking where they would find Amenrment i:: [1
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: tUjr )Mm.i" .< *.: o.'I"h.: ., u4 3 on the ballot-the amendment that if |I
0 ; By Wade Miller!!
'I adopted will give Monroe county its own j ..At ., N..tI_
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...... .r or.. .._ IATLE) "'Ut... enator. Chapter: 18IT I brow. "I was not aware I hadgflv : Bar plugs have been run. 1ft an
-. ".. *-..,.* r?- ,. .."I..I..lr i .titi4 to Atlanta. I I -'n.t:, ..
I .s. I... ,........,... .t e%U __a 41.paleh.. *dltd Sample ballots now being distributed was a long office of more raw :I "It friends was one in of my friends And all-day fled dayv run.'h a.a5.D :N.on.. th..t.a pect all>
N .. .... .I ? w* .r4ii.4 !a thtcpatxr.. andk therewith
: ....&. .... ..b small Spanish tapestries.Two lanta a great many times." tim.on S n-.r Luz private
sIascMar 1o. RITES how easy it will be to find Amendment 3. sat straightbackedchairs I "Dr. Boone" considered Luz. phone. Thank yt u."
men in
.... I. .11* .. .
-- --- -- S.. At the of the ballot the He pushed the salad bowl aside The receiver clicked down baa
ell .._," top proposed along the wall-a beefy
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.. ,_ ..StbS _. .__ .tl : and placed the fork in it. "It has dc.p st.llfM-s. Young Fale ban
...,. ___-_ 1s. amendments run from 1 to 11 "in regular American and a dapper florid been quite some time since we Luz rose akn\ ly. tHrimr: pyi4" '

:.: -*''*IV ____ .._ -- .1 order. The I I Mexican .youth. Behind a carved have. had the pleasure of Dr. the ddt in h''I chin.
senate amendment
of is
..D..TI.'u HITs:. course desk at the) other end of the Boone's company. How long was Lux's chest moved. Hi* mbr in.

W.4. *_*. M A..1"0"*. the third on the list from left to right. room, an.older man toyed witha it, John?" duration that he WM lauafcnc.
=: The second line on the ballot lists the : salad in a wooden bowL The Darmer said Quite some time." "Very tntt' .tin.." he ***t *A4
MLCUL %OTICK older'man. rose. at least how much further cn IoDew
have been
= "Yes. It must you
_! ... ,! tk..IIL ... I.Uo.. : .
AH I'541U %t4. he "
.0 -I ........ _1_.. poL 1(5... will b. lem cratic candidates. Truman'sname "Good Afternoon\ ; Mr. Walter six weeks since he was last here. that connection!
1 lb. itt. .1 5 111. I II.'' heads .I.I Jamea. I have been expecting I hope nothing has happened to Walter James sprint: lea Sa,,"
= .rc:*::for > l *t l t fer chvrckca fra whUh. list. To vote for the eight him. I doubt that anything could moot'tly.ill: fuiUtwhaven't 1

,.__ Ie (. .. ..rl..< '" t o.m's a !!... electors supporting! him, pull down: the $LDkOOM' $tDROOII IATPI ETCI4EN o youWalterjJames advanced to the however-he was :such a large b 'en in town a L.
.. ... < il's'tti
lalte !
IbI C1UM* I. sa 0511 fr !_ 1k 5'Ohl I
... ,, de.-k iU1d'put his forefinger on it. healthy man." "I don't think you vhould 51 7
.m s .f "WIe ... k)* ........ l.l'r.... bIt u wau .M .'bll.k. k...,.ou. ma:> at name. Hut bear in mind c .. "You} have the advantage said "But so hurried to do business! in town a full .iuX Mr..Ji....

.._I..IMI.. that that lever does not give a vote to :; :: : I, Walter James. with." said Little Steve. "That Let me point out a few MMf
-I am sorry," said Big Steve was his one and only fault. cts. I see no reason for my c.>
other candidates. Following the eight 'C inclining his head. "My nanle is "Perhaps: his mind was uneasy." operating with! you-no puMtbl. .*

names of the electors, is the name of Fuller ., K>teban Luz." Slender fingers suggested Walter James. advantage. A2a<-% I am on my
gripped the proffered olive hand. "Not from a disturbed conscience side of the border; the San Dic.a
5HEMIEK: \Varren. He sure to pull down the lever ti "The young gentleman is Esteban ," smiled Luz. police are on theirs. It would require .

: <) 7948 above his name to give him a vote. The Lu; my son. This is Mr. Darmer .It will be hard on business fora virtually an act of yor .

my executive \\hile. The Filipino's dead." Congress for them U Uk .... .
same procedure applies to all other Demo- IrrHt oM 'i DINI*, t The men .:ddads"Will : "So I have heard. So many odd with me.** ,'

cratic candidates whose names follow l"'_ X lft :t : I you sit down Mr. James? bits float across the border and -I make take i U u* with you."

I If you will excuse me I will continue my foolish mind insist on retain The slender man's c>cs began ta

., Fuller Warren's name. with my luncheon. ing some of the most unrelated.The I fade. Luz held up one finger.

Democraticolunteer workers will beat ... ELAN- '2l Walter James stayed on his Filipino is dead. However.I "That is my point. You are net
;. DIPn0YD4ZXTI FOil KCT WEST _-_J__ feet. **I suppose Dr. Boone told he is not alone. There are many in Atlanta where ;you should be.*
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN the polls so that all Democratic voters you I was coming dead people Mr.\ James." I "bfe' right" said Darner.
0'a AP Weivs/eafures "Hardly. Luz:: sucked in a: "They've been stockpiling for "This u Tijuana thu ycjr. Thu
who do not know how
.. just the names appear A CONTEMPORARY STYLED BUNGALOW ccmbices im. strand cf lettuce. "I had heard years," Darmer added drily. is not Atlanta in IH! %. '44 or '44*

1. ilor Hotel and Apartment on the ballot will be shown sample plicity of construction with smart appearance. This Plan No. you had come to San Diego and Luz raised a hand. "And I: Walter James turned. Tm |iJ
working with the police should here that I cannot the Atlanta report has .
note see to
were see
ballots. 21 by the Modern I a.1"Luz
::. & .I ch tad *thing Pavilion. Homes CounciL Box 7701 Franklin Station, I ihere." the connection between the Filipino -' rived."

S. A1rport.a-1.I.D4 and Sea. The procedure is !simple'; ) go to the Washington; D. C. has been construction tested. The house "ShalFwe say involved insteadof I and your visit. revealed hi* teeth. Jeha

C naolidation ef County aM shown above is built with ponderosa pine 10-inch tongue and working:; ?" "I thought perhaps I could help I j is outspoken but that is"bur arc* .
City Government. polls to vote for Truman and all other groove siding. The plan covers 9SO square feet. "Very well. Involved." you." said Walter James courte- ment. We have knowk-dfe of yur

Democratic) ('anl1idateamI: for Amendment Darmer spoke weightily. Tin I ously. "My own woes are brutality Mr. Jam<.s. Should It'!
B. Community Auditoiium.MONOCUU'll! hear that James. 1t' i and burder heavy manyI I such unciviluwl
-- ----- - ---- sorry to my is come to an rccultj!
.. 3 that piovides for a senator in :Monroe \ I ''iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiitiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I safer to stay on the right side Allah be willing I might furnish I as open warfare" He khodk hu!

-. county and a enator Washington Radio IInllllllll ;. of the law." a new contact A less fallible contact devil's: head sadly. .!
Programs i West' In "I've been trying smiled Walter The mail must go through "You may be right" .
and Calhoun counties. Key ,
| James. Luz. "I have never bt <-n men p :-: I ; Democratic leaders Washington By The Associated Press i .I Did you think we could help "I still fail to seebegan the 1 tive. You may return to Saai

you with your trouble?" asked I elder mart Diego now.** !
:- I lvar fteadera : and Calhoun assert that voters there are Daytime Summary Days Gone By ', the young Luz:: softly. "And pack: your .w as.," add.;

determined i My son means that in my yearsin I17ALTER JAMES picked up ed Darmer. .
to poll their Selected
tht* ..ctitur. critical strength tor programs .s heed below
Miwt Irttrm to are ro..dcu' CI mesa el tIme Mofl.dy AS TAKEN FROM FILES Tijuana I have acquired a T t the telephone receiver. "Let' "There are two things :you must)

<>f city or county K"'*'rt mfntii, generally Amendment 3. The same thing should be 'hro..gh F-.dy. Trne .s...st..,... OF THE CITIZEN OF I. slight reputation as a local phi- me make a connection." he said I not do Mr. James. One is to pay
s.nd..rd. For unr.1 btrctone -
mention the.author'n done in :Monroe\ county. hour; for mOlln..ln stand.ard NOVEMBER I. 1338 lanthropist. Many people come toi flatly. He placed a call to XEGC another call on Lieutenant CJ.p.
thr notation not to "
; bv
IwO hours. i me with their needs. Luz addedl and hummed as he waited. "Ad- Another is to visit a private rr-
1II11II11II1I1lIillllllllllllllnlllllillIIII11Il1lnlIIlIIm: !! ll :, teeth to his satanic fea- he asked will tell which _
nam for "olivioiu'" realon.'o.tc. l white vertising, please, antI tion you Newl]
G. S. Kennetiv. meteorologist ;n :! tures. The slim man smiled back.: hummed some more. A denee in San Diceo-\our .lI
han th > of their ex- Seven is an old-time sacred number NOV. 1 THROUGH NOV S I "
Yew courage
p "I'm -hardly a charity case he crackled in the earpiece. must ask vou to hate by thai I Ii

.. l.rr...tl conviction: liy having their hut in these new times it is a lucky number. Moral.g5.00honeymoon ;i charge of the local Weather Buj i j| said. "But the man in Atlanta "This is Walter James of South i I patio gutr I 'hut"u will aWirt)!

_: In N .T.-nbo reau. said today there has been recommended you highly. He said west Advertising. I'm interested ;I today-. Ic.-j-.n. Iia l lci OK dt w11 .1'.1'lencIQ.

hMI .. prhlt cI. Iru.routlulJiAbc! : less ra.nfall in Key West during :j j you were an excellent source." in finding which three days of I ."' .
:Meeting\ at the Sheraton Plaza; Hotel '::14- u..rnyarttolll... -cbl : I I "Atlanta?" Luz:: lifted an eye- the past three weeks the Devil's l (T* be
Tilt: OHACI.K I I"-Tb. Cl..v.landalres-obailoi the 10 months of this year than .
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in Daytona Beach the Florida Restaurant "ool show-mli* during any other similar period
10:00-Fr. 4" Warm Show-oba
I- : Association; urged the establishment of a l>Musi For You-cbs since the bureau was establishedin
DOUBLING OUR AID TO EUROPE Cooks and Bakers School at Florida A&M::\ 10.30-Hour of Serial* nbo 1871. Up to yesterday only
1'h. Godfrey Hour- b 1 19.19 inches of rain had fallen
College and a Restaurant Management Say It With lli/sio. .-mb. here thus far this year, whereas

.- Course at the of Florida. 11:00-Kay Kyser Show-aba l I the normal for that '
When (ronjrren pniviiled $5,000.000-() University 11:4b-Serials Ji! hr...- b. period IS3t.25 DROP RED RIGHTS
inches, showing a depal lure caaUnc'I
r..... 1W European: recovery it specified Afternoon !I from normal of 15.06 Inches.. I I I j

I HOW ABOUT RUSSIA? 12.00 Welcome Travelers-abe SHA\GHAI-I.-PI-1\lore: ) than*r--
that ....e billion dollar* must: be in loan*, toU I Kate SnoUt iiaii-tiour-nbU i 1 1I 1- I
12:30-Word* and Music-nbc I I I Cable schooner J. W Atkins | 1,000 Russians in China have re- '

> repaid and that th. -ther four billionftolter i Bill bUUr at LuDcii-rot* I 1 sailed at 2 o'clock yesterday: afternoon Soviet T\rs BIKTIIU.US
With all our old national faults and 1.0;C >Music Half Hour-oUe1:1i ,S, nounced the citizenship j
with Cable Manager G. R.
could be ud'f in the ,'aric political differences there remains : -Happy Gang-nibs they recently obtained the China (Know America)
hope !I Steadman in command: t, fpr-.Miapu!
: I 2.00-Double., .). or. Nothing.... ._-nbo. the "PM- I,|I Pi-ess _says.. __ _. j Dr. John F. Fulton of y.'< .
.. .>** r.PI'\yo1----\ r However tu Teutenil lli I dttil '11 t\e't1't '(' n -t: O '1jj 2.30 rtr-SerUls kfa r e.for H: papers Moscow
:; l.. 'that ( ..nll'eow .I.c! pnnided that fore id reported to .have been happy in his The ilritle Hope and Chett-mb Groom-abc A' committee of the charter : by-gones would be bygones announced -- .' Paul, Minn. 49 years jgi .

patience. The 3-OO -ladles Be Seated-abo and these Russians George R. Fink, president of
:.: ace of the dolUrw spent European: re- Government in most partsof Urn Alexander allow-nil* I group. comprising Sam B. Finder, fled the who National Steel born BKtot/n ,
the World share the 5-iO-Th. llouu 1-arty-cb" J. Otto Kirchhemer. L. L. Erin- regime more 250,000
:. ('.."try. the nation receiving the benefit same hope for Red Benson ahow-nibs i ton Clifford G. Hicks, and Everett than two decades ago would be ridge. Pa., 62 sears ago

-: fh.4Ul. put up an equal amount in its funds: peace for which America is "fighting." 4:00 So.on:-llmt Hunt Hone)Quiz moon--cbs a be Winter, will make a report-', welcome back home. Sholem Asch of StJmft',(''. : TRACTOISt

Our aim and purposes are bound to be 4::30-Winner Take All-<.b. '. tonight at a meeting of the com- j Of the 1.000 at least 700 live Conn.. noted author. born in Poland ,
: C' councils of the United Kiddies ...
Hour ( .st 1
repeats hr. China
.. : ThiS mean that Mr. 1'aul Hoffman Nations &"l"r-abe and tubs I I cities. Apparently they Dr. Louis I. Dublin of toe :M-! :- -
-and if Russia can't play ball she Monroe County Democratic Executive -I I don't like the stories of the hard ropolitan Life Insurance C' TODAY

: : v. hw kead. the tC: A. ha* not only the job. may be (should be) cast out and made to Committee will meet in' life. Of the original 14.000 White New York. noted statist:11. n l.

: wi! oriidiHr| the .000,000.UO) ) () ) of Ameri- go it alone. But the Russian: people may not NETWORK PROGRAMS I for the the county election courthouse to be to held arrange I,I Russians remain. in The Shanghai rest either only were 4.000 born Grantland in Lithuania. fG: Year! ..go, "Ia

on Rice of New' Y k
; raw money "but the additional task of be as foolish as their masters. teal Time standard IS eastern subtract sland..rd.one hour.Force"for I Tuesday, Nov. 8. I IA repatriated or emigrated to' sports writer born Muifiuc--->>

The genuine leaders ,, : I North and South America.
of 'Ountan standard
our Nation boro. Tenn.. 68
: .|>. ,fUnl' the four billion dollar worth of ho..rs. Some local stat.ons change C Jenks years ago.
.. are on the right track in their determination hour of relay to fit, local schedules I keeper at the I Dr. Ben M. Chemngion of ;! i
uuftb. frank, liras truilder. drachmas, Last m.nute program changes un. I I Carysfort lighthouse who had LEGALS University of. Denver. noted ,
to wear Russia out. And that isn't not be included. !been spending his pi 1-
a :;: quarterly vaca-
He. 1 fe:sor of international rel.it.i.n. >.
one sided political affair at all. The -I lion with his> family whose home '' \O1HKIMIKII FKlllKMS 'born in GibbeR. Nebr. 63 iU'2.600,000
1 IN a word, the four billion dollars is MONDAY NOVEMBER 1ivesiag is at 1"C4 Pine M.JI-!
I street, returned \ \'IK XTITITK
policy is clean as a whistle and I j ago.
Jowl.J I e&terday to his N' TIIK IS IIKUKIi.lVKX; that yACT0ISAn
by the contribution that the re- we aren't going to lose this battle for f.00-News Broadcast-nbc the li trt.Charles. resume duties at i I I I I tin tl .- uiMlt-rviKiMMl.. "'-,,'ron, !; t.. enituKe Merle Tho pe of Wishing. .'J
cjvi.i1 nation Lusint-KK un : mu t. provide. Nc 1hcast t\ery: l'iiIbset"or1i editor-publish < !
f "KKI
World i I:lte; K STI ill ;
Hoffman freedom.So :N'; ; Silent Hour-abi-casc : Sim..nt..n Str.t-t. K.-, tIlE'T\\ --t he Nations Bjs>no'. b..in/ ..: APhea ..'. .
: : Jlr. han
the Bird
job of .seeingttiatlhw Kiddies Hour (reiitat)-abc-.etet Jr., who had been inland 1 Bnmfield.
t. r..gi-'r l f- 111. 69 .
-ai< \ '
& .i-
> "
ork. Silent I..m. igoFh
(1 I
-:: foreign is I Kiddies hr.-rnhs.east, visiting his parent Captain and ,. naflie- with thr t'" r'' ..f th.- -
Hour ( .
currency repeat) mb
spent on efct.1a ( ) Manc-ht-sui I B..M1.. : .
Mrs. fourt .
far science has developed no >: :> Charles, B rd, 529 Whitehead < f \I..r. .nitt iterj
Sports. Music
process Time
-nbo .
orthwhi) Angeles ,
: : "nJ&truction project.in the In My Opinion-rb. street left ncw-oapi : 1t.hl.! >1\ ,, tll.
to make pupils like to I :yesterday for Boston iMtrtl study.As .
S:45-Newseant i boi! n Lake Tapi- w : 'igo. M, ,
u.rkMM coufttrit"ll.c'uflrrPN by Threwnbc5owehi where he is attending :school .,. K W'i iI.K< 'KKilAX : '" 1 I' '. ..
I Thomas (repeat 11)-els IIKItMANOIH a "
'J f
J upecifically pro\ided that 7.09-Supper Club-nbc-baslc ", ,,. .. ,
a result of many claims arising The Leulah::: < -cb Mr and Mrs. Raymond Simon, (ht.hi.l-liltiu.a; 1.1'11' -.---" : '
the local currency hould be u't'eI ((1)) to from the two Florida hurricanes the National News:Fulton and Lewis.Commentary Jr.-mus-abs who had been visiting the tatter's I ;' -' :#::21 ;i :'I.i: ,,\;"\':..- -

4 Mimulate production. (2)) to explore and 7:15-News and Comment-oba grandmother, Mrs. Luella Pent, \ K: 01. 'It110'' 111 lithE;
Hoard of Fire Underwriters has Jack smith Show-cbs left this tl'l'l( %1IOI-III 1IS\I.
: ih\elop new sources of I'aiiy Cummelltary-abe morning on their return llIai'll hhCi.S: Overseas
wealth and ((3)) opened a National Hoard Supervisory Innuer Date; -nib* trip to Panama. lrnlutr. li... 1":31: ; TransportationCompany :
for MKh other expenditure as be 7:30-Van Damma Quintet cba l\ f III II"' II !' T II i: i ill \Tt i
may eonaltent Office in :Miami\ and West Palm Beach. Hob Crosby Club-cbs I J I II t. K \IO\IIIK. < OI'lt.sr I
j: with the l politie of the KCA Act. .. Ix>n. Ranker Lirama-aba Today The Citizen says in an 'ii: oiMoid.. \. IN rito-
--- --- -- ----'- ----------1 Henry J Tailor-uiLs editorial paragraph II \ I K.n Inc.
I'p to the present time. the ECA has 7:43-News Comment r. il,.' K-t.it- ..f ,
: dipositsequaj one-third of the Govern- News ilnoadco&t-cbs-nbc 'A oHegc i* lcnin n i bthe> I i i.i:, 'N.titi'. II 'llEllt' '. I Ii
t t..n uperatiHtf for MX( months. It has ment's SPOrts CO'Dment-ma. iu.tliI! tl.llll, it kvt. 1. I
H budget. :l.Vn'.1.::: ; ;: I. I I"ti. Fast Dcpc-iitlaLle
8.00-Caralcade of i Tn. Ulh..ni It \ rti Freight;; Ivtprwi: !' Si-r ice
managed to ..nd about America- ... .. ..
| ., .
2000000.000 in These make break Inner Sanctum. !- h. r. l.% h. l h..1it I !
sums My..tery-et.
can the
economic ,., between-
It.- .
: C Gyrdon: MiRae l.a.- ll.rr. file-I h. r ''Hlal i ,
Show .
irrant-lH-aid. Actually, however the foreiyn The Falcon -a be ,..".. a-. ..itlnilnixtr.itri\ II... '
structure of the area affected and d-SO- Ad."nture-m', I --t., ,,f .onir.l II COl.rr... .1.1.I i MIAMI
rountrten hose received aid llovard Barlow Concert-tibo .. and KEY \WESTAlso
only too coiu-equently, the United States is expected CodCrey TaU.nl Scouts-ibs -".il lh.it aba. h.ir.l, tl her .p. ,j
th. Gregory Hood Drama 1 >I''i I..r H u..I !..a'liar.tin'. .1 that ,
1 extent of about $ I .(III.OIlHIOO.) beau to 8 -mbs I uiil .i.u lli. Il., ,rail. Serving ALL POINTS
permit some of them to be used :45-Walter Kiernan-abc It : ..r.\\ 'i. j ON FLORIDA KEYS
half fli. fl'I| U i.i I a .ln.l-.' .., I IS
< only
of the
allocated sum has for 5:15-11} Gardner Say_mbs li .. Between Miami and leer W. t
so debt retirement rather than for inflationary I .I.iv. I N..a-mui.-r. *

a far reached iU deputation.. Therefore the expenditures. -The Voorbees Radio Theoter-cbs Concert. Cuefct-obo 11' :::.r.-...ail,. ...f.unit-'iiii'-ii'. H-.n.U.I C.., f"I\:::::) |(\Ii.I' ,-:' !I Ii

,; foreign natioH have put up only I about 5 Gabriel.Music and llealtvr.Mr. Claine-ate I ",. _: .. .i.lniiiii.r.itri\:: ...I id. _:: I Express Schedule:
I Getting down to the actual job of Comment-nibs 1 I.-'n.ii'.l II iHi.rr.; .1 I' .. 1 1'I ,
-. II.iHt4i.iHMl.UOtl$ ) in their currencies 9.15-News Croadiast-mbs I 'I ..H tin-, Mil i.i.i'-'l.| .I..r. (No Stops En Route
in )
com- t-pendiiig: of .
some the local currencies. I:30-Dr. L Q. Quiz Show '
l lMHe with the Act of Congress. .- in the Nitht-abc imsi \ I.KK .a'ltlt''. I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY the ECA has authorized France To !>. Announced tI li.iiliiMl.itri\ .. CEPT SUNDAYS $
to use -tub* 'C II > -l..t ) at .00 KM. Ai-
It l* intrretifHr to note that of the 1. $150.000.000 in French francs from this ::Si News fur Eve IlOOG.blto.:0o0 Minutes iub l.rn.iril: II I.I'I<.rr.i: ilf.i : .I .."li'.:iilbfI I I rives at Miami at 12'53 o'clock Midnight

t(4OO.OtO available for loans the EC A special fund for equipping basic industries wwLsYour schedules) ntt- 'hl//
ha (ber.. able to place only Sot ii K nr IMIMIO\' N : LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
$:?,300.000 to and rebuilding: its merchant and. fishing S l89.hi' SI lilt Ilili ll\tl. SUNDAYS) at 12.03 o'clock Mid-
!1ft-a.( ad far d 11154 iitlcf.l: I
\ luping its fisheries. night and arrives .
A fleets. t WEt
It has released some $2O5OOOOOOin Jlorosrope lPr'.t..ii.1.a'c i p. ::3/ Key mt
inIier ..f other |lOans t ti lIIIIKT o IT II.: ,.,,I >T\ 6:00 o'clock A.M.
are pending: most I>riti:>h pounds fur use in retiring some Jl Ii (. K. tlllMIOK IIITt. .

imminent being a 800000.000) ) loan to of the British debt. i MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1 iit'ii l\l; III' 111111111 %. IN. nil- I Local Schedule:

: aeat Britain for specific, 19-18-Today's disposition i i. (ut t in, r.- thy- IXtjl.MM .. ..f (Slops At All Intermediate Points)

l.fi"J...... Other recon.tructionl These steps are taken to stabilize the less and critical always Uniking I 'I.KToN: ; 5.t1510tt5.. : I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
dickering fore and for something new. Gieai I 1..1. SUNDAYS) at 8.00 o'clock
monetary economic ( .
situation a -
: ....* ..f the in the hould be T.. II.I..w h.ni It M.n < .n..rniln A. M. and
moiitsy include Fr nct'. Italy. countries exercised in the tidin I i .. I.. h. r-I:% 0i5''i t II a 1 arrives at Miami at 4.99:)
o .....u..ark. the affected but so far the work of ing of today's child, for there I 10 :, .i Mac fridvr file.l. hat tutu. I o'clock P. M.
Netherlands 1.1> 'Tt U.S ..tn'Ulrit ..r Iff .
Norway and -1.11..I..t..n '
0 lrla ml. spending the local currencies is just get- danger of degeneration f i om'' .-f .\". i4.iund're. ..... .-.." .I.1i LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

: ting underway. The volume of such fundsis lack of this early training a-! '! rI.i ..,r .10.. hue CII..I her .-elitil..r SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M bad
It hould be understood though there is the .fw..1, din-barge..!! aD" IUl. eh. ... iIi'Ti.I i arrives at Key West at 5:0: :? o'clock
that the growing each ability to \ e.. lh. n..n..ral.l. Ita, ",,.,...1 i :
.' IH-oper d .po..itktn week and, eventually, I make a good place in the world. I i R. Lord r.,.unlJu.....- ...fl..nr... P. M.
of foreign currenciesMirumulated officials of the United States will < .-ti.'itt- .'..rld..n the lath .., .I
under the have toapprove I :\..\. ii,her. 154t.! f..r ap|.r..v at ..f :
Act is: very impor- the disposal of the The peccary IS a distant -aiiitand fur final dimbarge.uiri5 :; .._ FREE .-ICK.UIand
tant. In A&Htri-a. for 4.000,000.000 of the domestic SE CONSIDERATE. Even ifyou'e ,-\e. ..( the ri-l..lrf .\p.l. toaunders. DELIEKY: .SIIKVICE- :
example. the" in pig and the Eu-
coun European > .
currencies as well as $5,000- wild I a fresh air fiend. think drfvaM .: FULL CAKGU{ ; LN.Sl K\M.II: : ;
lund ropean
a terpart will tIe larger but seldom listed WD this Till. *..> ef i>. l"'r'
than theftol" 000.000 American dollars voted by Congress takes on fat. lie is native to the of the comfort of others. 1:O ,. MAIN OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eatan &
'uttft4I) ii i iv Er.N.
HAT ra''ER.
>we and In :
Italy the lire fur relief. American southwest and very ) They may nor share your en- ExcrMrlS ..f tkv rstat- >.r PHONES: 32 AND 93

I dstficatt for hunters to stalk .thutiaim for .i icy. blasts .ASMsIuH Ka* 4vr'.. il- e., ...1 1 -- ...- ;.- : '
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aoa,,,, ? a. tvA Ad.er'isemeats 8""U'IKFU'S TYMS nests Pa,,,,:V. fur p.r1fE 1&111,4 T *W'Wr
wro :
Fill 1M Inverted Iq The ritsei"a? t
/ IOWA the rate of Ie a word "ark
/ Wf4 ....U..... Lat the minimum for In- .
/ r w COhtrtl / the first Ii words or less shares!" aa ter<>. To rt ....('..T'OY PRSHLR5ag
OHIO The rate for bl.rkr.r is Iseure p.LIlcatla.
t.p. 2c
utA,. iN VA y "..rd and the minimum charge for e. i. The (llago attics C&"l .lIclf
the flr.t Ii word U lie. o'clock In tke
o' "lIillitaUua.An wurelsi of (lee 4'

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ad'ertl.lnw I. accepted .4er
event t f error la advertlsl.g, tranee.t the fa1h alp co.dltla.e: I. tai
Ofl. o.lv for the first Inaerlun : t'ta.fre4 toatrscL Th. Cltlrep 8111 bere.ponttble

part o' tte dtertlslas. advertseneent for only the actual amount 0' ..Ita.vIi'4 a. 14lileplar
a h.ro the error 0..1'.. 57 th.
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Low priced used trucks: Dodge
REPUBLICAN pkkupton; International Gray marine engines aDdrviee:

INCUMBENT 1U-ton. International II,-ton.I Ivan C. R. Smith opposite J'ireItOO

V I body. All trucks in good I Station Mal'alhoq. nova.11I1ft

DEMOCRATIC / running condition Call in person I

for Inspection. 8 A.M. to 'White ,en mel, Uj Outside T

9 AM Camera Wholesale white paint. S2.75 and $3.75 per
Grocery oct25-tf gallon.. up. 50ft. -z" garden

\.t., Wuephoto Chart t host $3.95. Putwty & Cu.. 8b
MA !KS DENOTE 52 1597.
which will elect i
yvernors tomorrow. Shaded
Indicate Drmora is inbculsn mates PLACES
election wu a. u ::)&..:. n with RepubHtin Repablican incumbents in wbite. Maine' gubernatorial Complete set bathroom futures.
Frederick C. elected. Fully
Payne tquipoed bar. 1018 Division Second hand Phone
Sueet oct30-6tx j
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I ..l '111151'.ti1) OLD IUKTO\r, :I Moose are this--(continent's--- I,1 WANTED_SALESMEN i f i Spindner--waging._machine._ ___

largest :lie animal. I
ga Because Guaranteed
T < I their diet Four years ago W E. Burden Phone 1J64-M.
sometimes was I
W' consists of
: "" .V, .,... :'', ., ". I hardwood shrubs and twiggy the I in poor health because of con ______ oct30-tf
.1r." : .. ;..' :11 I Algonquin called them fining work He left a good job I $1500
'....,. F. ""' ,.. .Jr. t 1 eaters." as Shipping Department Fore- ) bicycles. nOT Von phisUr -
: t I man in the Stieet B. B. Willaid
: : 1 factory to sell
\ .. :
f. d ..., _< ; Winds Rawleigh Product in South : uct30-3
... .'. of 23 to 34 miles
: per
: Shelby County
Tenn. is'
..:,' .. : hour are called moderate tales r now He I Owner of J4 lute
in much better un
health and square Murk
..i..t' "w. '
< *
.ox ( ; the profits from v >nolds, Washington
: : his business Wil
; :
>' CARD OF THANKS f 1 ham and
.t..Wl are three times what he was locking (<*
I ..' tf\.t +? ,.v :. ,, In loving memory of Victoria making as a fOI eman. There a Pa'lpusltiWWhat l.:.ye you

,' .' ,.t 'ftt .' ""I'.y. \ t Algieen. who departed this lift I is an opening like Burden's in }! to offei Beinstem, 801 Roosevelt -
'tlki'. <: ;, one City of Key Wet St., Far Rockaway,
i! year ago ioda>, right now New
::" : >.>:. .; < 1 Piecious Mother how we miss :I We invite correspondence or a' YOlk City

>ou Your Grandmother's love) letter of inquiry if you need I! uct30nov 1355r

> .' "Ir'G., i' and care but we would rather I| outside woik to fmpiove your i!

f'% that you be happy. sleeping >on- ; health and a good income in a Personally designed Christmas
.; der over tljcre i business of your own. Write : cards at the Marshall Studio in
novl lt\ Rawleiehs Dept FAJ 660 Telegraph
j" .. TilE FAMILY. I -216. LaneAlso wall
"f Memphis, Tenn. c-ecoratioru and handmade gifts

I I WAITED TQ BUY I. oct25-27-28;novl-3-4.Gtj I of distinction oct30.novl.3-3x

Wanted Cut IL-u-Will 1 | HELP WANTED-
pat to MALE OR FEMALE 3-piece maple
I i I S dollars per ounce, tltpendmg arm living room
on length color and conditionof suite: bookcase: maple dinette
han. Send full length Manager for small hotel. Couple : set; high chair: 9x12 all-wool

pie Lock Bt.x 105 Kay West.am Apply P. O. Box 70S Can rug and pad: 2 children's rocker

Fla. hold othei position noI-tfSixJa ; ? end tables: washing machine
l ; G.E. tank vacuum (new.
NUR..ERY SCHOOLSMis clerk, counter htrlp ham- 2 cribs and mattie-s is: Hulls

buiger grill operator Island wood bed (new, full sue): odd
i City Soda 222 Duval. Phone : and ends and scatter
Jeun's Nuisciv School, 728 rugs. 820
,0( Fleinmg Street has 9150. novlSt'i White Street (Ap|. p).
an openvuui'iUiUl i
,.........'....-0.0; : ;;_._ _... ___ -::.! r M a pinbiefii en i id: ---- .It I .--- ...ovlau..
lA*! Win photo Miss Jean will help you solve Two wait'essers (nighU). Apply with genuine G.E, bulbs. $1.67
e your pioblcm. Have you, 124 Duval Street. 0't29-3t Poor Old Craig. 1019 White St.
nov -Hx
young>tei join a cooperativeplay
I:. Dewey cf Nc / Y..C. raises hi. hands as he shouts to a noisy.tumultout eroupvhich is supervised HELP WANTED-MALE

-;ng :n i-i* Bctton. Mass.. Arana. "I thought this at all timo Kindergarten Baby crib_ baby chest of draw r".

was supper-ni to be stiid cld Boston I was in." A whistling. classes are open to fours and I Make $20 a day Sell Sta>bught baby buggy. $35 takes every-

i cutar.g a ruace cheered Dewey far Ihtee minutes without fives. nov |3tx brass name plates for Hunt thing. 1111 Watson Street.

covation \ I. n hwa* introduced.IMJ doors. Write lIu tlmp. 35i-A novj.Jtx

WANTEDEMPLOYMENTExpeliencrd Congress. &..ton, Mass
-- -- -- I' novl-Itx FOR SALE-USED C 1A_

culm eel woman
:iCi\C ALLEGIANCE wants domestic 01 any type FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1940 p"'kard.Iduor ;t."dan. $625

uoik Grace 721 Thomas St. HO) White Sued ?hon .9..J,

nov1, .2tx Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and Call between 1 and 6. .

BECOMES 1 HABIT bath Maid and janitor services (''\'k6tto;

WANTED TO RENT OR BUY I linens and utilities fur-
CorsiHutt 1840 Chrysler Coach. $-195. Terms
nished. Summer rates
VltNNl 'T" .nH. l
electric maehinc opposite Post if riesiretl $240 cash. balance
Singe sewing Apartments
..' .. -.all t.. ,, _,
803 Olivia Street Call Tele Office novl' 4tx $3663 month Completely fi-
...ulNn 1.. .,;. ... : ..' I 1
phone la43-M. I n.n.d. Contact Gerald Saunders. -
II ... c .II.l'n.1.1 .'1 .11 oct29-3ta : '.
Life Insurance Con
----- Furnished 212-room apartment
turf,. ..ii i ",..it > .. t ,
FOR RENT-ROOMS furnished. Children < vl-Six
I tunder .
lorasy .seat ;' nth
I Apply
Fbt I...... i 'n ..11... .1 -
TOWN HOTEL. DOUBLE 915 Windsoi Lane. novl-tf 1941 Fold con\eitible club coupe,
VMUM LU'l.n. ?; I PRIVATE BATH $4 I 1941 Buick door-'sedan..
........ted Pix- v>ala I" :. .. 43dtefl6irtk ROOMS. vuper
DAILY LIMITED NUMBEROF Four apartments available 411 Commercial Credit 421 FJem
wti, 1 i.- :.' '
ROOMS. S60 PER MONTH. William Street octS-26U t! ing Street nov-5tx
in I' I n
oct38 tf
baa.. lOt that t .
K l ,
: Furnished apartment. 1 or 2 Pac katd 8. -I-dllor s>ed. n. GewKl
U* Auktiu- t' atUIK '.i:, F. ,
WANTED TO RENT months. Summer tales. Apply clean ciir A. D. Bearup. reai
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kr was as \ .n :11. n o
703 South Stieet. Phone 822 Fleming Street
IIUItII A i d \\ I I
\V anted- Furnished quarters fur 226. oet30-5tk i npvl-6tx
War I. h.ic KICwth u. I. J I
a Ii 'ia .. hSudI'tonaI4U1d 2 adult 2 buys aged 6 and 11.
I'd'd i.. liului tou to eight weeks tram Dl.j Complete furnished one-bedroom Pl>mouth .-d..r sedan. New

br beL'oc- a 1..11 ,. Il in 20 ne.+i ucach Bernstein house finseasonal n'ntal.l j I I motor Car over hauled Ready
194) br bacon -t..t. !.. Riisevtit St.. Far Rmkaway Available no\\ 914 Packer 'i for long tup $865. ,onto>, 419

un tirtauMha>< iVMfWMI 'I I'. I New YOlk City. j Street (rear). novl-3tx i Wllhatp. nuvl21FOR
'tJOnovl-3-5-6-5t t I
tu w<.1 ..ii i : : '
tumgn ivtu.u >.=t .. I o I apartment all modern con SALE HOUSEHOLD
I Uuit >eai IM I '"< .. FUI"msh..d tluee-ro m apaitrqent \ermnci <. Adult "nlv Apply FURNITURE

al AH |IM. i I.-i.1! s of 01 fui nished cottage. two 801 Virgmja Street.
I DilIn.b.11, 0DON'T adult '. 4-v'ear-old daughter nov -3tx Complete bedroom set with full

C Hw wiles t. i. ..;. Phone 9292. octSO t size. spring and mattress. New

I Was buin ui ,. '.' : '1. I fOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS chaise lounge metal cot and

yi Hunf'v, in i,' 4 H-.. n "i i. Lady desiies fIll ni..ht.-d apait- pad Lamps. dinette set with
the CJiipue, .hi .. ...t.i.i .an ment toe five months Address''' Overseas Haiti low ratc Coffee j cornel cabinet Full-size spring:

ciluen Ht-r'" I.:i : \ Box F.II I... c/o Citizen i inuvl2tx shop, bar. oct2-26t and mattrt.>s and other itemsI -
tu Cw-ho>\""" ..I"j 1. ':'ittr > I 3021 Seidvnbeig Avenue,
kleij: b. 'it .. < n III BE CARELESS with t FOR RENT-EQUIPMENT :I Ij nov I-3tj

.911I. br'. ai a la .1. ...; .11 other people's property Re- WANTED
I I94S a talric: pia.n \Cht n member to remove lipstick j 1 2 bag Jaeger Auto-Load CeI%j FOR SALE-TRAILERS

tuft buaband\ 1..tlll..I n.iI before trying on a dress in |j All qualified voters to Tote N O i mint Mixei to experienced opI

Wu Ltrealned h. ,1t-lI1ol .lti .. a shop A stain will ruin it. for Amendments 1 and 2. Reward I i erator $7 50 per day. Phone BANTAM LUGGAGE TRAILER
ian "Itllrtbhlf : Good Schools. Apply: 8 i ti-W. novl-Ct i EXCELLENT TIRES. ALSO

It SM could n. I : I' 1 pay.ricefl t Notes Classroom Teachers. TRAILER HITCH. PHONE'
Interesting I'I FOR RENT-HOUSES M. novl 2ti
to Fatter Tl'mtthdt i: n< \\ oct2U-6t I I 1496 -

tl part 0& Rmiiaiu". lliAc\t '. c\tn i
C U ells had rrtui no i k tm t itt.,. of When the first U. S. census STORAGE I II I I 2-bedroom furnished house. Apply i Trailer wheel, removable stake
leer "ith site v .. I l.\" been was taken in 1840 only 40 PM'- j jcent I I 1212 Pearl Street. I I sides. Reasonable 463-U.

eti .pdtrd as .e (. 't .n of the total population was lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture I j I octSO t novl-ltx;
.. found to be literate or commercial. Phone 798. I, I

1, The bill I 'i M klizatx-lhx nov I-tf FOR RENT-COTTAGES FOR SALE HOUSES

H.. ......... loafuit ,I I \ an Mat olf Snakes and fish have ears but !1 AND LOTS
I ..ngm in IK&., m' i l'r tncname these ears have no outside open' !! GARDEN AND LAWN I! Furnished cottage. 2 bedroom
i iI TOr ttovtinn ti ti..,,pi:al duI ;' ings. T,h e > "hear" mo..Uv :; SUPPLIES j 1! living room. kitchen bath Small 5-room house.: 2 bedruom.i .-

the IlMane. ", ... '\ tUn bhe through vibrations in the ground j I | small child accepted. SilO in bath, corner lot. Furnished

t taanud D-M-Mbf-.v lute DiX i i ior water I i American Radio Warblers guaranteed !1 1 eluding utilities.. 751-W. I Easy term.,. Puce $3500,
I I singers. Key West Gar j I oct30-2tx I Phone 9150 no\l-3t
I .
I Ii I
The l'niari i : of North i Once he gets up and, stTiightaway. den and Lawn Supply Co 8 147 1

:\ Cai.ibaa. ,'h .. i. 1 in 1787f ens the pheasant flies i Filming St., Tel. 1019 I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS PERSONAL
cLtuiM to btthe mot. t state lint faster than the grouse oct3Q(fl I AND ROOMS I

5 \ri.tty in Ihi cou'iii)', I,I I i Ula Hal tle\'. representative -pe
.-i I In 1/J40. -niece than a quarter ,, MISCELLANEOUS i| The Stutz Hotel. 418 Fleming I cial reducing equipment tot

**" Tte aveiane n!'lori-.t toda> of the population of the United I I Street has an efficiency apt Beauty Shop. Phone 32536 u.

Vf ba a brMrriait. ..f leads for States were people who'I'R Washers, irons, vacuums andi I and several sleeping rooms 20125 fur demonstration. 160o

1 lea car Ikea I II I. bad tun burn vutMtle tine country ori I fan repaired O'Briant. Phone cant. Low weekly or va-I! NW I4th Street. Miami FI; .

tltl ) t41ti AIL 1 barn of alien parents. 1164 nov 1-tf ute$. ,,\ lovl6MONDAY. \

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The average twi-imeUr _
( sure at ia level i:> ZJ WI i iol itti..
MUSEUM RAISES meiiur- 3i '

I EN EV AA*>-One end pfthe t t: The as rae harvmrUtt .. '
awe at 3.000 fcil attilu4e rl
United Nations 921 mines c.f memtry
: r headquarter building here is Three Destroyers
haunted. In a small room with ,
The envelope <
; heavy carpets just off the library ., c.41
. DAY 1933-Hoover Roosevelt rode together. Arrive Wednesdays over the earth
is the League of Nations museum. '. million ton*.
There are no cobwebs no rustling "*
urtams no long shadow But Three do stn.yer.earrymg Na-
!s i i As a rule. the air tw* g
here, in the beribboned document val reservists on a cruise to Key wind from west to e4 kilKi
the fading photographs in
to arrive in i I : United
meaninglessautographs Weal arc
the once bold. now vessels, : Stat'f
lie buried the high the city WednesdayThe
: wind Mr
A calm is a or
New Orleans .4
here from
q hopes of another generation are coming : ment of less than one mrie pktu
A modest almost meager. du>- ; f
r 1 play of busts. paintings photographs I The !>hips'are the USS Lind., hour.
b I the USS Haysworth and the USS i
xlwss and papers portrays the expected toremain A wind of four to even
bOfth Prague,':slow of Nations strangulation: WoodroWWil-of the :.Waldron.in They the are city two days.. an hour is scale.a slight bt" .1

I soh and Haul Boncuvtr look down (;They will take part in the tram-- I Beaufort -
k .(rim .their fraijien'on the wall. I ing program under way here. ,
1 .I A wind of cisM to II tni8 .
lkir u Leon 'plum looking to The Citizen. j,I I hour is a gentle breexe.A .
!, vtiEing-and active and Paul-Henri I J
Saitalc l<*jking still younger. Maxim Mussolini re-I I tornado IS. wind tf
Litvinoff once the Soviet Un- picture of Benito
whirling at speeds up to
m i.Vi's foreign commissar now retired (ceiving the league's I i
r 1927. One could not miles per hour.
shares a spot with frowning committee in
Gustav Stre:.eman. Lord Halifax picture this man with the jutting I I of the
The total area
and Dino Grandi. chin stern eves and folded arms
One photograph shows LjtvinoM, hanging by his heels in front of!: States exceed 3.000.000
talking over a table with the late I an Italian gasoline station. j 1 miles.
Pierre Laval of France. Haille Se. '. In one glass Case is the vellowed i -
WAR -Roosevelt before Congress on Dec. 8. 1941. about troubles ; Planetoids or tiny planet
CALL FOR idsie. looking frail and flustered, telegram protesting ffien
according to one
of his visits on the Greek-Bulgarian frontier I formed.
is shown during one >
I I to the league to plead for sane in 1925 There are 'still trout t by the explosion of.

BT ALEXANDER GEORGEAP lions against Italv There is ; blcs there. primitive planet e __
WriterWASHINGTON _. --
Newsfeatures -- -- -- -

The Democratic party, come the presidential : .
inauguration January 20. will be rounding out 15 years
and 10'2 months of White House occupancy, its longest stay
since the two major parties began battling in 1856.
Prior to the Roosevelt-Truman regime the longest contmuous -
hold on the presidency by a Democrat was Woodrow Wil I
son's two terms from 1913 to 1921.
Modern and Dependable
The Republicans set the modern record of a 16.year : ,
stretch with four G.O.P. presidents in succession from 1869 I
to 1885. They were Grant. Hayes. Garfield and Arthur.. TheG.O.P. I
mark in the McKinley.Teddy Roosevelt-Taft I
tied that
j .. ,,..
.fera. U' *- mmm il .. -= 1/q-1.-.hdlg
..s _' -.,_,. iM ivixe iowu ilCJJUULHUlltxfmuiims ...-.J ....., ,u"'t..I'I1til'n hit lately in rnnnrrlioii %.ilh ft.r!.., energie!'.
W ieVIiIte House occupants for 24 consecutive: and the appliances that u-c client.t .
years. Jefferson. Madison and Monroe each served eight years I .
in the presidency_ '

Precedent-smashing Franklin D. Roosevelt gave: the Dem- : i i To IH modern anal dependable lliev. .honld inert
ocrats a record when he broke the anti.third term tradition and i eerl.iinlandard
applied lo ar..IHid"I1"
went on to win election for a fourth term. ', eronomj -
This record may stand Up to recently 21 states had ratified I and -er iee. We feel that our fuel, appliance*,

the proposed constitutional amendment limiting a president i anderiee meet tho.ere.lltiretitvtlt.. .MI tile appliance
to two full terms. The ratification of 36 states is required that "I' IOI.IIIII-t all safety requirement impo-ed hj the
to make an amendment effective. .Vnieru-uii
I Gas Association and are lifted nationally n*

In 1937. the crest of New Deal political supremacy. the llieafet to use a* fever fire are cau-ed lij lliem than

Democrats had a record majority in Congress. The Senate a I iiio oilier ijpe applianre'lliej- hate all the feature

lineup was 75 Democrats to 17 Republicans and four memo > deiredty the eomniereial and dome-lie n-er-, and are
bers of other parties. The House had 333 Democrats. 89 Re. i known for their effieienev. .
eroiiomv, rlealine ami
publicans and 13 members of other parties. .1"I'n.lthilih. **

That overwhelming Democratic control of the governmentwas

brought about in the 1936 election. when Mr. Roosevelt hit I Our ralefor Commereial and Umllt"ti..
his high in popularity with the voters. His of the npr arr
electoral votes of 46 of the 48 states was a record.winning i < oiit|.aralde, ;i, we ilo not have jmv perial rate, and the

President Roosevelt set another record in appointing seven I aiuonnl of v our hill depend- the paned.. and not
men as justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. vvhal type eii-lonier von are.
The entire court membership now is Democrat-appointed. President i I
Truman nominated the other two-Chief Justice Vinson I
and Justice Burton. i Ourervite for adjn-lnienl of enloiiier'appli* I

i anre. i* free Our installation from main lo nn.ler heir
The depression the Roosevelt political revolution and the I 11> free
country's involvement in the war made the recent Democraticera
one of the most turbulent in our political history. Drastic II I
economic measures the spending of billions sit.down strikes. I To he modern a dilrihnlionvlem -honld IN

government regulation of business. Roosevelt's attempt to I free from hazardand aide lo operate under adter-o .-nn.

reorganize the Supreme Court and his aid to the anti.Axis ililion-. Our dilrihnlioilem underground, andtherefore I
countries stirred bitter political strife. r
I meetihoe requirementIil -.

Taking office March 4. 1933 in the midst of the depression. I

the President closed the nation's banks until they could be re- I I I lint not It.a-t, the riant or llie heart of the hn..ine .

opened on a sounder basis. Then he called Congress into ... T" he miMlern and lepemlahle it must lee aide tieops'rats'
special for
emergency I I
Fot 100 days a willing Congress ground out .legislation j I under a.1Ser.e eondilionami ilhonl inlt'rrul"
tailored almost compeltely to his order. Revolutionary economic I | Ii..... Our Plant i- a iiunlerii fullv aiitomalie me, *, ilhj

bills swept through both houses in a single day. j amplelorae loee through mo-l ant- eondilion thatj

President Roosevelt began his second term in 1937 with j arie.I .
an attempt to "infuse new blood" info the federal judiciary.A I I
bill to increase the nine-man Supreme Court to 15
killed by the Senate Judiciary Committee. was J. We, therefore, re-er> e the ri;:hl lo ..a, that see have I

I a ..iiMMN-rn dep.*ndahle plant .li-lribntit.n -.-...tt,. and
Labor unions had a rapid growth of power. and the ,uewly. .. .j I
i fliel, with the dern.
organized CIO employed the sit-down strike in the autornp-\ \ .. iiM dependable appli.ime- u-.- il.Key .
bile and steel industries Meanwhile. Europe i ',- I
was mover < toward war 1-

When German armies overran western Europe in the !!I I
spring of 1940 Mr Roosevelt asked Congress for military con_ !' .' I .
scription. In a gesture for rational unity he appointed Reputf. l' I
i licans to two key posts in his cabinet Frank Knox as secre- "J.
tary of navy ana Henry L Stimson as secretary of war. ,y -r i i I II

Then in December. 1941. came the Japanese attack on
Pearl Harbor and war with the Axis. I t i

President Roosevelt died April 12 1945. less than a month '
before the collapse of the German military machine Harry I West Gas i
Truman stepped up to the Presidency. The former Kansas City I I Co. I
haberdasher had to decide whether atomic bombs should be !
dropped on Japan to shorten the war. 1

When Japan offered to surrender after the dropping of the 419 Street
bombs. President Truman probably was at the height of his : Fleming :-: :-: pjjonc 6/ I t
popularity. But the Republicans won control of Conqress in i
the 1946 elections. Political misfortunes for President Truman I t
included his feuds with Cabinet members Henry Wallace and -- -- ,- -
Harold Ickes and the ie, :: of southern Democrats
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:. Watch This space :. TROPICAL TRADER I WHERE 10 BUY IF"i:=rd=ybl:y:: ::ia b1qIs ..""THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU 5

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a 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : : : : i

i Overseas Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :Elf U Is ; : :; I! .f. Y Y 1'OOK{)!{ OLD CRAIGService i 1 1 f

Coffee Shop S Plenty of Action Toy for the Children ; .
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Station :1
Electrical 1 : / : .
: U.n'f'I1"1I1 ofHOME Appliances ; : I. K. BRADY Manaovr .PHOJfK I1M : '
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917 .
S rIcming St. : 2t HOUR SERVICE :
Ice Cream Proprietary Mditin : r: I .'r.. Pick-Up and
a : PIIONC 738 : : Sick Room l ( Delivery Service : AUTO PAINTINGCOMPLETE h

a ..1..1................. : SupplSchO SuppliesTnilfl :S MI1TS) for MEN : RADIATOR SERVICE % :
a ................PreiHiralionsMUMFORD.............and...Article................1: : : and; WU\lI'N: : : AUIO ANDBODY ; t! tTONY'S 1

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and ROSS Who tier ...SSS 555555555555555 S 603 OS: GREENE STREET s o ,
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220 DUVAL STREET._._.._ : WE HAVE ..................... 5555.555555555511155.5515..5.555.5155555S.555 I I !
5 FURNITURE Easy and Blackstone Washers : BETRAYED 4n GLAMOROUS? 'I
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CO. : WE :
723: DUVAL STREET : Eleclromaster Ranges I LOPEZFuneral : Get Set For Fall With The New : 'It I.

Authorized Dealer for Pt2reaire Units : : Atuliulanrc t( deb-u-curl
; Nationally Advertised : "' ;; f
I Products S : 333 (THE COMPLETE..KITCHEN) ; i : Service Cold Wave Permanent .

S Delaware Covering Plastic Floor :S S."...............Soli.1 PHONES..... ...-:..,..... ...9150........ .: Never Established IBIS ; : \, I A sort. P.tur.il 1,...kingit\ f'C'lad.n.ont :
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Clopay Fiber Venetian : ........ .. .;...... ...... that will CI: \ II :. 1
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Bhnds -1-11 - : : I NEW LOOK d..t i uujc ki' :
: Luggage. Appliances. : Dirrrlors I and : \'J >u tn ILII....ill (;ul $10 : :
Radios c* (M(Mt twit MitfiJt'FLOOR i J. : of the NruCAROLYN S4.I.1fl. .

II : eMagce Axminster and Mohawk : 4s SANDING ON OlO OR INIEW FLQQRS Knilialiiicra2Mmir: : ........1....'.. I.. rtA": \,t:'T : I
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I.Zrm.: ; GUARANTEED : Ambulance : !
Now :
S MON. and SAT. :
MobERN METHOD! Service
5555555 SSSS.SS 55555555 Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. :
Tel. 175
I : TaUphon $ Phone 135 Night 696 : DONALD BARBERSicll's !
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: 1829 Harris Are. Key West FI.. : .
Beauty Nook : :
P BengerRepresentative : : PHONE I374-R. : : West Fla.SOUVENIRS. :
4 : \ \ S. : ; Scientific Beauty Culture :
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,:, t.r .. w-rs. \ .. : Wa&lain;; : i in All Branches'V:I. : f
trp/ : Thoroughly Experienced: Operators V : I
FLORIDA EAST .. SS SS. S S5 's CONCH SHELLS : Soft Waler Used Exclusively :. I
All SiaM
COAST RAILWAY ..................... : 60S ; : Phone 637 536 Fleming St : t
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H.. Located Haxl ..5..555.... COCOANUTS ............11.............................11 '
"dew.Uings. Fire Insurancebr __ S : Former Customers Friends and the Public: Invited : i
S ; DR. COBO'S mercantile E i SPONGESWill :
INSURING withAtlantic Frances
: OFFICE S bldgs. house- 1.Salon I

..: FLEMING STREET: :: : hold tonal and effects.per. Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. : TOP SOIL. Ship to Any Part : : Park ; I.

: Rear of La Concha Hotel ; S Save 15% on All PolldM Noa-Ajie iableJ. : : Also Lots ot u.s. or Canada 1010 CR1MNEU. STREET : t

1 : MercantileStock 674 S. Palacio : Beauty Culture in all it* I'has.J : I
PHONE 124 L. Crusoe, Agt. Pho Marcy i {

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.......................S S S.........5............ ..................... ................For 1\.Appointment..........Phone.....1391....1111111
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Ride the HUM to the : 111 REAL ESTATESale. MARION'SCAYO :

a .: OI.F OHIKSE IZ2 FUmtag St. R. M.D aUta.Prop. Phon 1019 Open HUESO f

Cushman Motor\ ScootersSales ;: ERVINQ 5 -. AppraUah : : BEAUTY SALONSouthernmost : ''t : :

Leases : Hous k :
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and Service : in the U.s.A. S
S Also A La RentalsManagement : ; 1400 DUVAL STREET 3 : : [

i RIDE AWAY. .d............ : >/ 'inlisiiiff In 4 ; .i : rl
..1..1....... Improved and Vac.atPropsrusI : Hair COLORING '
; TAKE ; la K.y Wast : : Permanent WAVING : i t
Bus and Monroe County Hair CUTTING I

NO.to th.1 & I S 1J."' .,.. ..v.. ride eeOMIIIio S;. J. OTTO % .: Slenderizing Styling ,et- : :. S
GOI.rLINKS _eM Motor .Sowttar. : FIRE : : Spot REDUCING ; !
.hU.peJbl f.It... *the Saea KIRCHIIEINERREALTOR : t
3 y' .t ytm. save erer eth*. : and 1 Mechanical: MASSAGE a : : I
I..tb.d1 t tl 1spaAatie5.paye 411
St ... Flaming Street :
4 IN a ta.balaa C: a tar Key Open Mon. Wed. It Fri.EnningsAppointmenu.
: Have Pun! : he ..,... a 119 Whitehead Street : : { : :
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ; ........ S Sit Phones 124 and 73S-R : ; Are Necessary :
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.........1... "Coolest Shop in Town"DELICIOUS. .
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: 2+10111 .S 'riice S FOR SALE : : INSURANCEOFFICE :: 0

: Key West Jewelry Co. : Musi B. S -
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: Dana!! : S20 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 : % '
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at \\alrk llakJrwelr. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE s' Opposite Bus Station :
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9 KEY WEST JEWELERY : S' O Beat Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : i : School Supplies

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: : louses, Garages, the New Ownership and ManagementS
I Food Shopping ; rOil : S OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN S

a : tie Sure to Get : ., v SEU : : Distincliie Gifts For All Occasions :

:. INSURED 1512 : : and Tastes In A .Wide Price Range :
1IC : Corner Whitehead and Caroline Streets Phone 1S71 ;
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O Repair; OSf : --.a CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET !

Fondtion Todmy'i ; : Wear : : Specializing in Spaniuli Food & Mi rl Orders : ;
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Prompt Bedspreads S DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish : :
II..J PlaRirlJIg
1S : IRONS ; : and Sealoods ANY ORDER A LA CARTE :
: Mr and Mrs. E F. Corral Mgr and Owner : \,
&ALPft FAJULLDOK >PIIOWS IN : PHONE 1120 CO Oprii/ nail 7 A.M.-2: P.M. ami ."> I'.M.-12 M.I.tJIir' :
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HURLS NO-HITTER SUNDAY ; II I Gotham Cabbies9 Hats Off To Yon

, : ; $ t COPTAINUY SPEAK, q''
.Only Our Kim 4orriII I !, L K j I MUST BE NUMBER fj, KM WOT DYA
!n!, lU.i.Ur.. Bill I' Box Scores Of f : \a i i i VONE Tit I'Mi ,:

( :alai Slain* llouirrT : : 'I' Sre.I..f...... .
Stadium TiltsThe I I
.. 'Win .r..r IIaIJenTh City .
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__. pt1.irt for the following are the box I I I II

CWwr. hurtvd a ln-twt smmeMM ;;I i MU"f'S of the duULI hud r of I! So you'd like to be a rodeo I

.. tw.. ........ yntmkty *t b.kb811 played yi :teiday afttrituua i i J ? .
at Municipal Stadium: |! queen .
W-fcrr''. Profitire only run "WM 1
FIRST GAME <1 j Well, take a tip from 19- i r
.. sr.e.d on a ..ett. a wtW. pitch4tMl I American Legion I j
j year-old Audrey Ashby. it's
r fM-l-Wv'k rtHMr* "ut'rAB It II PO A E !' hard work. caty t RI +ERS
miqhty Audrey -
felt C.fcM .M* tore ante far : Angutera If 4 I 0200Paze MUST SPEAK
who happens to be and
th. Itot. .ka..i..a .ytfc a terrific u 4 I 0 1 0 0 i pretty r READ ASOENGLISH.
.. : 5uIuInon. 3. 4 0 2 0 2 0 t. ; brown-eyed besides beinq a' WRrfE .
M *-! t ttir ntf\ heW trio
lien iquez. r 4 0 1 7 0 0 beautiful rider was recently' CABsCARRY A
with A AtrvrJu u.i t hvr that wa 'i NEW YORK CITY TAXI
IWdflfUU, If 4 0 I 0 1 0
A picked as Eastern Rodeo A MILLION PA55EN61ftS:
IC'-S I I.d hyw C.rcia. lb 3 0 0 9 0 0 I' C
Queen. A LWY! )
T*.. I boors wee the Red Hutlr VUbrt'a1. p 4 0 0 I 5'0 ) 1

j .M TT ...! mttvd utw in the Perez, II 3 0 0 0 0 0 The prime requisite for a ro j
Ingrsham '2h I 0 I 3 :3 I 1 deo career is to like horses,
lira wi Md rrrar" and a tftpl by

.........-. Is Ibr ...sr d Artwarat.aNM Per no.Mt'I I 0000 t 0) says Audrey. She started rld- : % ,'4 R HORN,
- when she
inq was three, could Y uf-! "
a twW.r'a elww'i.. and TU'3431! 2 5 21 1 II 1Red I ride bareback at the aqe of I

t.41wtrwa, are Mr t+im S.>..twhrt Raiders five. It helps if your family J
t'ww ......... asid. A.-.n wind.Nrrrrayew PlayerAU' R II PO A E likes horses too. she says. Her I

to Mir pilrlirr C. Vaa.k'g, f'I 4 0 2 3 I 0 :t s father rode buckinq horses and

and PMn. (r...4. lu rare laM M out Fisher sa 4 I I I I 2 3Actvtda I was a pick-up man (helped qet I ITTAKE9OF

at the pb.tr Mat to rdtrtwr In 3b 2 2 2 Z 3 1 1Catta other men off their buckinq EXPERIENCE

<< .K.rd t.....f *in41i-r{ 1 and. Alf.4i 2b 41232 I *U) ____.__ ___. .__ horses). Her mother used to ;

\. *m...i..it and.! t"toohor htl the Ifarvey. a 3 0 I 9 I 1 I i 1,1'1 Wio! .photo do the square dance on horse-
|4.jti .fi.i hit .urn run Alunzo. I b 4 0 0 6 I C 0 ; back in shows.

In .*. fifth AfWvdu wa nil by Crffen II I 0 0 I 0 0 PITCHER GENE BEARDEN. who won 20 games for the World Audrey for the last 7 years has I ALL.CABORtYERS

a p... lard load and C.*c* drove Sutlun, If 2 0 0 I 0 0Arangur Champion Clevelauu '.idians .autographs a baseball at a civic: I been in shows east and west,

f_ ..... heM Iw+.en brad tal.t. r' 0 0 0 0 0 0 celebration at Long Beach. Calif after he was named American though intermittently. Now sfie "< MUST HAVE

< I i. sss ..* a few trip MttUMu. B.kerif 300000Mitrhell League Rookie of the Year. Handsome; Gene seems to be par has hit the big time-a show at I .''. AT LEA?
., i.. p 4 0 I 140 with the fans. Madison Square Garden. She < TIlEY AR ;T
ticularly popular lady Mrs. Bearden is in
tn the ........... VaMr .n.1& - -- _. young I says: I THREE USE. 06SENE.LANGUAGE" ILXPEWENCE I

aryl .*>.... ........ Airvniit rnaMat. Tut..li31 4 9 27 14 :5 the car with him.American. This is my first big show apd '., 1 ...ALL THAT COMES FRO/V\ '

.lit >n.1 l V Mri i oar. .t HIP Huns. lulled in: An.vtd.i. Catc -_. _. .------- -- --. -- I I want to be a success. Horses I THE DRIVERS OF OTHER.By .
|.i.... ...It... relrlMv a ftrrt play. 3. 1I..nriq4tSoI.JffiCJn| ) ; sacrifice ale in my blood and rodeo is, CARS
l>. H...|*.....< Ax v 4o wt-nl lut hits: Arevetlu. Griffin: two-base ; Pilot Aids "Foe" going to be my career. I've given 1 w U N.."-"

*._. i .... far. day ami. oir.ee.d l inC hits: Fisher Harvey: lhn- .bal(' }ip the idea of being an airplape .
tr ,...>... t. MtM hit: lUnrKjun: home run: fates: t hostess, the only other career(, GEORGE TUCKER i.
1.... ..... In..li WM ArrvrdoCalr AP Newsfeatures Writer'
1 Ilaulrra that
rained Lrgtun Red ever appealed to me.
runs: J
with t ... .. ..... .. two ufwi.1b 1 4. lrutk uut: by Villareal 7. And Bride In Washington In the how at the Garden .I NEW YORK-The frail bodies of people in New York who that apply" if I wish to take my

...r.. iI' het. and sad Vl uff Mitchell 7: banes on balls: off Audrey i is a Roman Cider (she : ride taxicabs are entrusted to the most carefully-screened drivi training under the provisions

da wdh 1w. IItk In Uir VilUreal I ..ff Mitchell 4: left j uses two horses, rides with a footpla'l. i ers in the world. the G-I Bill at a later date

&J a..d41Y..r a .....S __IwW,1 I I en bases. leg ion 9, Ib..J'r!: 7: By EDWARD H. SIMS I I .' on each). I The hatless and adequate individuals\ who handle this A: You may apply for train-
(City lNtapla.el. M .+wa srutr .... Ace The Citizen's Washington Correspondent The horses must be good l reigning ,
.a.n bases: Rodriguez 3. I I city's 11.190 cabs conform to regulations that would fill the ing within! four years from July
sL '.b.iwl, Isi V.M.a and. Calla vrdo I, C. Valdrt I. Paz 1: hit. I W ASHINGTON.-Last week, on the train from Baltimore I. horses gently so you can j average motorist with despair :J JI. If 25 1947. or within four years
tM I
iw.t wni/.ta .t
around them without beingi
by pitcher: A vf'doOJ Harvey to Washington time played one of its pranks on this COrre- i drop They are hatless because it is
1 Jit' .. RHF 1 1 VillartuI i kicked site explains. j .y.y..y... from the date of your dischargeor
!-g.. II W MO. W**--1 :i 1 1I Rarewt., UtAiblr Mitchell play to: Aluiuii tolUrv to I spondent. Three years of time can make a lot of difference in I At present she is using three- I. a violation of New York' law. separation from the armed

... ., MM. MUVtlbj I" -4 t 5 I y: ludung mtcht-r: Villareal: things. It can prove that life is just one big game and that I year-old colt and a 6-year"-old I for them to wear hats. i The Veterans services whichever 15 later. You

H ...l MM /H nrtn ri.iMI" ; time of game: 1.45: umpires: wars are man's most futile en horse for her act and while: they j jarguing penalty for smoking must finish your traiping by
td.q. nerd "--,. Chalks Aibury and It. Santana. deavor. j are the same height ;and have the or using obscene language July 25 1956.
I I We had just left the station in a definite German accent., Just same gait (which is essential)) I while carrying passengers i Corner Q: I am considering taking on-

'Ill IM .i...< rap 7W MiM |nlrhrt SECOND CAME : Baltimore. The car I was silting before we came into Washington I they are hot twins. is instant loss cf license. the-job training but I find the

.. f.-l .1 MMT tail time run wash Atom1e Bombers i in wasn't packed to capacity, but he stopped the conductor to I This year Audrey and her I At no time may their vehicles I........... ...A proposed training will necessitate -
.... i .ta a w th. a hank a wild there ask where he could pick up his family arc from their have curtains.To .
M.1)- AB R II PO A E I were no totally vacant moving I 1 QUESTIONS AND purchase of a great many
..-.tt .. f.*fc-r ... lie baggage on arrival. The conductor I ANSWERSj
Mid -
> MCV &ntana. Zb 3 1 0 4 5 0 seats either. Up front coming' -' j qualify for a license, they BENEFITS tools and some equipment. Will
I.MH'"I M !* dwr' ashy H..Urun4 A4 A.-.w. as 3 0 0 3 4 0 from the car ahead I noticed a'' told him, ,but hv was sure t,, ,, must be 21. live in New York j the VA pay for the tools I need

Jm AM..y nut fnmn|. KIN .... a 3 0 0 4 1 0 Iftutao.r. I I young couple. They caught my need additional InstrucL .>DS after I apd be a citizen of the United i iI j National t I Service Life Insurance A: The Veterans Administration -
1 I
l> f l'. ii MHMHI hit fur in I attention ( the getting off the train. ; .1. States. Itinerant drivers are ,
J. Iollr. Ib 3 0 0 12 I 0 through glass I oa-the-job training and will furnish you with tools
,' I miM U..*. Knme throe and Jack ViII'eat 3112 0 0 0 I 0 door) because they didn't know |I We stopped! and tho car emp- I barred by law. j other vtterans' benefits continue and equipment up to $100.00.

-.c. i |wx I.HM!!. Wdn..a. J. AlburJ. If 3 0 0 0 0 0 I ferjw to turn the handle to enter' tied. I sat waiting for the couple i. -- ;" 1I I They must be able to read Ito be the subject of many in- provided they ere; required by

L Hyihpf rarti. M taro Mfrly. C........, tf cf 3 0 0 I 0 0 Z tcar.. j I in front of me to leave and write, and speak English clearly quiries. Answers to these and all other trainees taking the
H oft..i.f |........i .ir..rUM ball inKMMlla '. B.of\w,. d __ 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 Finally, the man took the hanIdJi ;. after everyone had gupe except I .. and they must pass rigid physical j other questions asked by veterans same course.
the 1 and. iw/rr4d & SO I. Vollarr.l, rf I 0 0 0 0 0 ? and opened the door. looking us three they picked up their j'. examinations. On the subject of and their dependents are

(4,1.. t.lyd"' I.: aar4a' but rust ..wildb. B. SWfttma, p 2 0 a 0 0 0 i down at his attractive wife I belongings and started oiU:. ]:I I physical fatness. the law specifies: I;;obtained from the Veterans Administration (Veterans wishing further information -

i.I(3itoieaa.. J. Cow, Sr., P 1 0 0 0 2 0 and laughing heartily. She had followed them down the steps, "Drivers shall be of sound and published in about veterans' Une-.
'r Dooc...... oral not Bach
- failed to solve the handle's se :': and through the gate leading I physique with good eyesightand this column by The Key Wes fits may have their questions
r.. ,I t4w s.t the hiurth IS bate cret. They both carried b..tgsI I'into huge Union Station. Sht Citizen public service to answered the nearest
t-r..jid ....... )iutkr.h Tut..1a2G I IOU UJ not subject to epilepsy as a our by writing
iwa tit.
.. itr Www and 11- play- Kay Welt Clowns and boxes ,and decided to stand'''1 1I was; all eyes. IK- was all :smiles vertigo heart trouble or any I veterans.Q VA office.
UMT PlayerAB- R II PO A E in the aisle just in front of me. i 1 lIt Then they slopped( completely I other infirmity of body or mind : I served i nthe Army during

T r.1 I .a ift. gar.w the Raiders winner aril L. Butler. u 4 I 2320 I was obvious they wanted to I! bewildered to the duet which! might render him unfit World War I. Am I eligigle Snakes generally will swallow

C i-.y, fle.-4.M*e- hale.. hid and the Smith' 211 5 0 0 2 2 0 stick together, that they pieferred ] tion of the baggage stand. Tak- I for the safe operation of a vehicle. ; for Government Life Insurance) artificial porcelain eggs as fast!

ik.m.bi !| MU l. >i>n> tied fur aHo Thumaap 3 1 0 1 4 0Alce I standing together rather]I ing the liberty to introduce my ." 'I A: As a veteran of World War as genuine ones; and since they

onol ...... M Met a.nd.siga. I' 3 2 I 1 0 0 than sitting separated. self. 1 asked if I could be of as Perhaps most important of all. ;I1 you are eligible to apply fort cannut digest the artificial variety
&.qW. HUE. l3ruwn III 4 2 4 'I 0 0 I They were not loud, but rath- sistance. Yes they were: looking 1 no driver qualifies for hack duty up to $10,000 of U. S. Govern- this often proves fatal to thesnake.

n.ft I... aa0tI0 01>*--1 p 0.xry A. Mtintuch' c 4 0 2 1 12 0 1Allen. er quiet even though thev were for the place to pick up checked --- until after he has been a licensed ment Life Insurance, whether or .
Ml W' U -t It I d 3 I I 100 both full of words. lie seemedto baggage. I told them to l'mtwith I chauffeur or operator of motor |knot you took out such insurance
B !hi.Iig. J Caw Sr and W. Hutw', rI 3 I I 0 0 0 be assuring her. and she often me. While walking through I I' RODKO O11EE.1'.I're'ffyte.'n.ager :I vehicles! for at least three years.Sometime | while you were in the service or George J. Heiht of New York.
Curry- 3b 4 I I 0 0 0 looked afraid or puzzled. He the concourse, he c-sked nu- how of 50 have let bhch insurance lapse., publishci of Paivnt Magazine,
k.iII! t*. TAUMMM n4. A Urln- I' Audrey AnhbyElizaville. ago a survey
t-s !) K., - would smile put his arm around I knew they were strangers. I American cities by the publica- | Q: What are the deadline.; born in New Ydl>ik 53 years a'!'.'.

Tut.b33 9 12 27 8 1 her shoulder, talk rapidly and 1 I Well I said I had seen some N. Y.. ranch to one in I ti
Runs batted in: Bruwn 3 A. then wink at her-with all the Germans during the war. I saw Arizona. There she is going to that a majority uf.traffic acci-)

HaniFoughtGnnies i ) Mdntwch 2. Curry 2, L. Butler assurance of a king. She clung I a lot of German CI\J 'S go up in I tram a pair of twin colts. 1:I I dents involved drivers of mini- ; 'SNOWLESS' SKI JUMP
flames I told him. Hej
to his arm as if to keep him too This is not as racy as it sounds. i mum The break
Roberts; three-base hits: A. Mc- I from slipping away. !j seemed tickled. lie had ln-en in i In the first know s, experience. I
place you must : down showed that 47 cent occurred
; per
Sunday Inlufh." L .Butlvr; earned runs: I In a moment a passenger! next the war to;>. A German flyer. i something about selecting the where drivers had less; PRODUCES GOOD LEAPS

Clowns 9; struck out: by Thomas tu them moved and they had a !; He had been captured. sent to' horses. Tennessee walking I +I'I than a years experience. Only ;
AI b;-iil together. They were just in i this country as a P.W. Now hei horses she have three gaits
tyitdiiimnrf Ii. by Sweeting 4; bases on balls: says six per cent 01 all accidents were _
front uf me and I strained my i was bringing his wife over to -flat walk running walk and I A" Se..rr.o.re.IIELSiNKITha ill-
off ThumaJ 3, off Sweeting 2, off ears ti> pick up their accent Her make a new start. Maybe we canter. The five-gaited English where drivers had w much as 10 I Finnish city
(.. -: hrdulrd. Art nee Sun- bases Alee 2 Al- 'I i years' expt-ner.ee. ord of the! '..iVIlia" ZOO f."t. only
Casa 3; alder : European accent was more noticeable i saw each other three yearn ago type horse is a bhow horse. CUt itits of Laliti knuwn for its skijump-
d al M.wietprl $le Ynt 'IU' Thointj II IIi j It is an indication of the concern ix feet shore of the best winter
lens Hubert; wild piUhe: than his. and it was i I joked. It was a big: joke. We Western stock horses that ing competitions every winter ;
tnt |> .. .liiii." .*...-.1.) rt They ta hit pitcher: i New York feels for its record on that jump.Th .
balk by I without
; : : I cither Swedish. Dutch or Ger- t had a lot in eomtnon-rte hudbolh Audrey will train for the job. tried skijumping snowj
till, I fe0o lee drU.e This L. 'f Bulfer floubie plays: Thomasto citizens and visitors that a this :- junipers got goad 1 speed' on
; man, ptissibly Russian. t flown over Germany tiy- She will train them on Calf-\ j autumn. ___
c c tfitT (.. j X-IIH-: 1t..1 the fn L. Butler to Browne Santana kill l'.dother.. minimum of three years' experience the slide Kit m,-t witi aurupt
Finally enough of my college | ing to Hut it ruping and bull-dogging (steer The slide of one of the sn.auiri
d..t.' >4 III'. f.. the Cluwnr to Arcveda to Mara; hits: off German came back to me. They: j I was a joke three years:; later. wrestling). The calf roping is is necessary before any i jumps was carefully greased Distance from the straw which
i the lUUiTi all give their' $eeting I for' 5 runs in 6 inRlne" I in but with Time cab driver can be licensed. caused seine spectacular falls
were talking English, is a strange creature. more important to teach the with wax and the lower part of
tt < ,Urt *uf> ..1 the Udder ; winning pitcher: Thomas: horse control she The records of the Police De- till they leained I to overcome this
-- -- ----------- says. the elope was covered with
M; < ... ,'..u.l line of partment's division of licenses ; .
.tu mg piliher: Sweeting!; time Horses are like people Audrey handicap.Lahn'j
Some 1,500; skeptical
(ij tt,. ...ir name the tVimbrr I I show that the taxi fleets j straw.
200 umpiresSutton.. C. REAL EARLY AMERICAN MAPAP big
ran- ; says. You must l learn to under- I spectators gathered to see theexperiment. skijumping enthusrastprophesi +
| P. N-cion. lied liq ectu :- of 6.222 cab Owned -
and Ckuk : Agui- composed are
Albury ; worn No
stand their personalities. two ; !
I'd that the "snowU-ss"
( ) k.. nlu teDrnao plaetafurtt.i I t by some two hundred cor- i '
aM u.a ,here wiN. au It* Ur Newrsleatuies are exactly alike: porations. These figures are fixed I Twenty-five experienced ski- fkijump would betomo a> impor

la > i.. I IK |........ aril l the NEW YORK-Schoolboys would not recoqnize the Maps horses If a girl he wants should a career be around with I I by law. In addition there are j I jumpers volunteered and the tant to skiju'upcrs in the suni-

""> n. I..t.t 1 1 .in third' \Arr of North America whipped up by Prof. Marshall Kay of Columbia them as much as possible and 4.970; independent cabs. The to-' public was amazed to sir the flitas the 5i\ in;nlln .pt..1| is tu

tie i It v.l'' tee two (_ wtthf How They Stand I University. Kay is interested in how it looked 400000.000 listen to other people who really tal number of drivers is 25.800 I first one leap 180 feet Thirec- "v.immc.iknng: the wmtr.I. .

n; .,' rear w..ti-twn*. The that the continent I .
.. I years ago. He is developing a theory was know about horses. Summer jobson which 3300 are Nt-groes. --- -- ----- --- --- -
uu w II ; Ile bkra. dude ranches help you get acquainted I I..f According to the Parmalce Sys- : ...................................

l.nC.\L-nASI:u.\LI. I horses and horse tern, of the large fleet I.
I -- : This simplil/h'r /"1'!ot a map I( one operators /
Sports (Calendar, Key Welt Senior Baieball League> I ts.s.a.s* 4 "'-;":: by Prof.Ilar\\ halIhagshows'how/ people. Audrey says. I I, the average cab has an annual -.
Municipal Stadium) t *Wxfe\ oCA .>. he thinks \vrih AmtruooiW A girl who becomes a good I I| revenue of about $7 500 foi1 :

sk \ :\ Club-- W. L. l'ct.l| ... .opt .'- ablJuI4IIOOOOOO/'f.IrSQrp! rider can make lots of money, a single shift. Diners keep 42'i I FOR SALE J

e.y.ww Path.J Mehlnati.i Fret tUkWr. :2 0 1.000ley %( E y-J.-4"" :. says Audrey. The big shows pay j I per cent plus tips. The busiest
.., ... well if you are very ood. Small hours are Pi-cokoned' from 7:30: ti
West Clowns 2 0 1.1100Ancricrn .
:1 ; 0"4 .. .
; .
I i iI =!'" vv& < < shows pay well for the average 10 a.m.. and from 5 to 9 p.m. but 4
U. t Ml ... Ltgion 0 2 .000 R.qSrgCLlNfrdV \ : .
|> n Clothes however are ex- driver 4
I rider. [ little rain keeps a busy
I Aunnic BotiiU-r 0 2 .Mm' : ..: -_: .. ($ .... : a i. 4
.... --' 'P ..... \ -- -, .., pensive. Audrey's riding costume I all d,))'. I
I TK.NMSf : : ; .. L" ) .. ;;' cowgirl hat $25: shoes It White :
.. I r : 1"- cost $150; I It is estimated that New York's
a. .J_w Puk. At. .-.e Sports' Shorts I "! _: "'< .... .. .!' I j j: drivers early more than a million '
Sad NiffkUsm j ''-:- J-"t-i4''sM '.. -; fi?--- $35.While she is out in Arizona! passengers a day. The total revenue -
na.l breaking in her Roman team. j' about $ .
ty pL.y -J f is estimated at NEWSPRINT !
Football is believed to hav.1O'111n:1tf'd !I : I Audrey is going to attend art' !
.7/-- :r t 000 to $320.000 a day. aver1 -
.1'11.1:1141.181): in Englamt in the llthj I I '} COAsrA' P'4", / /;,. school.! She !loyes to do charcoals 1 I age cab hauls 60 fares daily. To-

(B.,...w Park) Crntury. i iWhrit 1! and exhibited a sketch in the j I tal annual intake is about $115.f .- .

t1.I I,e prayS1T11111 football first appeared I I Montana State Fair last year. f 000000. II f 500 Sheets *

in England: in the llth Crntuiy.j j; t; i'\Ji i I \r ;
U 1M.II11d.Mrakipd : 1 : I \St VtCL1t.You T "curry tavor"was oiigmally -
sl'N'.tAv ........... Afl.rwan play-. I IAUbjiUj I, I' to cuiry horse"Pavel.; a proverbial th.- fallowcolored type- [: 8'/2Xl1.' /DC :

-'! NOVEMHEK7-: II ( may writ Vivian Brown I. 4
r. ...rwr AliMII uHtLt-n won ;90 :straight football : in care of this paper about news i ot fraud cunning. 4I

American. treks games; on iW home ticUl between only about half its present size. Off the ancient coasts approx- of your own gang.) I/I
f'ff. t tame Kry Writ NoW. 14, 1913. and Nov.It. i! THE ;:
imatlly following present coastlines were chains of volcanic iI Your Grocer SELLS That Good I ,
I ( .O j < n. vt Hid ftaklrrc.TllCMr"TKK IK1. I I A red! Salmon, marked by the
: : islands he believes. U. S. Bureau of Fisheries in Artman Press
:i I The rocks of coasts from 1 STAR BRAND :
(7.11" all play in .air utdrr The puicupine ii: America'sMftifvJ i present are extremely changed Alaskan waters in May and I ; f

....,-".. but well" trvrrsc a..rll..t rodent next in their original state. Kay believes that the Paleozoic era was a I caught 44 days later in a Sibenan -.I I AMERICANand COFFEE t

1 l I ii sad. ...........1 grxne. .. me to the brayrr.; I Its front feet J time of great mountain building. It eventually raised the bot- ; stream was found to have CUBAN it I CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 :

Army Barracks. Attention hare four toes aria its haul fret i toms 01! the shallow seas around the half.size continent above i traveled 1.300 miles in that J -Try A Pound Todiy- l.

Tt.. u.nai.nevJr fjve. ; water. I time. .. ..a. a a a tit. .. .y. i . . :



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," \\ovp\inr.n i I. ii t THE KEY WEST CITIZEN F-Ar.r: W.:;

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,. m_ ulIlImuIuammmllluulllwlllUlUnllllumlllllllUWIlUUnlllltUlII! : i Sunday School Department Of First .WHERE CONTESTS WILL DETERMINE NEXT U, S. SENATE CONTROl' .utIIIIDIIIIIUI.'n".Dmn __

1 N.C.CS. : ; :' ,
Congregational Church. Hold Partv V f. C.H.I I .
1021 Duval Street
By NINA LESLIE CULEY I On Friday ;evening last the older Present at the party were Carrulle '
Walterson. Gilbert Gates
The Citizen OHic -51 Sunday School Department of -. .
Phones Shirley Walterson. Donald Key -
) : PROGRAMBiiiiiiinnimiinsumnnimi.TiBniiiiuBumuHMU .
the First Congregational Church
Jack Curne Betty Brady, Mrs. C
DR' q.IIUIIQIJIIIIIIUI1IWIIUI1IIIUIWUUWUDU ) I I htld their Hallowe'en party in theService Emma Thompson, Matilda OJP( 1fA .-7/A---------t L' : --.. ,

Center, which was well Elizabeth
Thompson Walterson

Eiif;;; / Delegates; From Key West Attend those attended present.and much, enjoyed by Joe Barbara Curry Walterson., Clinton Billy Warren Russell 7'30 P )M -Spanish MONDAY.; Class .* -CUNTS. ::;

Fortieth; Annual Meeting$ Of Miami; Many new games were payed, Jayne Archer, C. Finder Donald TUESDAY. ..
: 1.000 A.M.-Bowling, for
in which I \ Navy
everyone participated( Pinder; Myrna Lee Curry and o\
and delicious refreshment*' were i Supt. John V. Archer and Mrs. I Wives at U. S. $ub
Of Ir'o/wiii's
An. Missionary$ Union servwl i Helen ArcherRabin I, Base Bowling ALeys.730PM I: '

EH" :
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W*.4 w- Missionary Union there
was the business session! WEDNESDAY
Itoffclrd thr. fortwth annualMrtiM followed by a solo, a group song, And Mrs..Schwartz L///775.:Iv67J \ Cf 12:33: P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip ..
ft th. Miami AssociationU [the ottering and an address by / 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club. :
WtIIQaft'> Missionary Uniun Mrs. Helen Four'FoiVi I 7:00
OHophrv XMh at Ilivmidv Bapli I, Hayes an annomtedmissionary CelebrationSynagogue I : .M.-J u k e Box Dance :
I to Japan. After the Mo.
1 Kimes!:
.( Cfcurrh in Miami I benediction It is not often that people the celebration ALA
the Association adjourntd can hon i THURSDAY
Tr**. dlr..lr. w.Tf the Mes for lunch. nave $ four-fold celebration, but tiring the Schwartzes was heU in / Miss I 1:00: MSewing! Machine. ta'l7ard.c

dew Erin AH>ury, president I The afternoon session began Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham the Social Room, which the IEXAS I llarUs. Showers. I
L.C..ltna.. Vlt..prftldt-nt; with. group conferences of all the Ladies Auxiliary had decorated 1 I LA ; FRIDAY ,

fer$ Wtitenl Y W A Counselor; officers of W M. U.. songs, special Schwartz did last Friday evening.It .I beautifully with flowers. D REPUBLICAN EtA 2-00 P_M.-l're-natal Class.

Geneva Smith. Jr, G A. Cvun I music and a Message by was their thirty-second wedding Refreshments were served I 9.00 P.M Dance., Orchestra
isM; JuMrftiwre Johnaun. circle Miss Elizabeth Provence Then anniversary: their seventh there were several songs by the SATURDAY"

tt rman. C D Mack sociil I there were the reports of Committees grandchild had just been born in ladies, and Mrs. Schwartz sang DEMOCRATIC 2:00 PM Boxing Training, r t

chairman Fmnre* Fair field. ; Mrs. Bolton was reelected New Brunswick New Jersey: "Let Me Call l You Sweetheart": I SUNDAY tI

lradMftI.brcho.lrman andUrt. president of the Associationfor word had also been received of for her husband 9::30 A.M.-Commun.on Breakfast I
1. C Ta lur toe birth of child I / ..
) another year, there was the a to Mrs. Many persons were present (::i Wuephuto Chars (monthly). ti

1M111' opened at 10.00 prayer of installation for all new Schwartz" nephew and his wifein and besides gifts for the Swartzes : 1 00()() P.M.-Picnic (sign up). I
a._. with Mrs C II Bolt on, presUe officers and the Dismissal was Brooklyn N. Y, and Mrs. which included a check presented -i CHECK MARKS INDICATE 31 STATES where voting tomorrow will datcnalitt rnaksup and :

.t of lh. Association prasidtag. -, given by the Rev. Edmund H. Schwartz had just begun walking by the Ladies I party contrcl of the Senate in 81st Congress. T hirty-two Senators are to be elected: Louisiana! i

and there followed an intrrevting Rice: again after eight weeks in bed ; there were many votes for two. Heavier check marks denote states where political leaders expect some close 1 PIIMPLES-

and intpirinc program I Key West delegates to the convention with a fractured leg. I I two new babies of the AUXililrY'1 contests as Democrats, with 45 Senators now seek to pick up four seats in an effort to gain a .a tramIndicated

.f thr atoftin* of a hymn the report that it was instructive following the service in the |I grandchild and the majority. States partly shaded denote those nc.tr with on* Democrat and one Republican. I KLEIUUtX DON"T SQUEEZE THIEMII___..__ : t
"ndisg vf Striptuir and enjoyable h
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I --- --- -- --- ---- Check marks in such states indicate the seat involved in the election-whether Republican uclT ranplc.mm M drm tmmm-alta,o.

-- -- ----- --. ---- -.- Attend I I I (white half) or Democratic (shaded half No Senate seat is involved in tomorrow's election in thnw lint trial.a*.but Not..a uu.hurhmt trcMy*,MUM..!...tea tAd h,...po-...tW," f
Many ,,. __
Student mb. _
I Nurse rtitrls intwo
the other 17 states. Maine elected a Republican! Senator in September.LOUISA'S A.k' iou ItLEEREIt ell -,
Ctifarful' And 1 Enjoyablellalltnce'en I Duub..r_...,.>I.. ,_ 49c for
Pythian RollCfllll11eetillg Returns To Studies ---- -- ----- -- -- -- .: ---- Dettey.WHSRp.

/ (;iiven I : -
Party l.y ; I
In Jacksonville'; Study Group, ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES Mt Tru I

First Cotgrt'utioial; Church SchoolA I LETTER I! and EQUIPMENT
I Many members ;and visitors attended I Miss Esther Room Mothers Ciir"hn.sqiefoe. : I
Margaret Curry, : 12C DUVAL ST PHONE 250 .
rl<*fu! a"t enjoyable 11..1-. I the roll call of "'
Judy! Slickney, Brenda Stickney meeting I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. i : I
luwvVn party as given by the ''Clyde. Stickney Fred Taylor. Key West Lodge, No. 1C3 I I Curry of 321 Peacon lam', has Dear Louisa: Wednesday( ;' Place Y c.ur Order for Ilsiutithsgan i.sem. :

first Cinmn"(attonal Church Dean Taylor, Terry Lynn Harris, Knights: of Pythias, held in the I returned to Jacksonville to rt.1; | I am a girl of! 15 and like to go to the show with my brother Mrs. Agnes Lawrence, Chairman 'I PERSONALIZEDCbrislmas
SrkuU fur tlir. and Jun ',I Carol Lee Harris, Faye Gumette. Castle Hall on Friday evening. slime her studies in the St. Vincent -' with i I
IViinory J Leonard Nordgren. Robert Read and his wile and my girl friend. But when I ask to go : Room Mothers of Poinciana $ $
'I The meeting was presided hospital there !
.W DrfMtrtnirnU l last Thurvclay'rVrswi over I I mother what's the of to the show. I ; Cards
; them use n
Eddie Selph. Gail Guinette Donna by George )F Phillips, chancellor Miss Curry the my says going .Schoo PT.A. has announced that
I I spent weekend.
I I|, June Stewart July Knowles commander I{ in Key West visiting her '! go about four times a month and she thinks that is a lot. She I:;[there will be a study group meeting I NEW DESIGNS I !

The prty WM heW in the Srrv Juan Knowles, Leo Curry. David The main event of the eveningwas ,I : other relatives parcnl.gnandparenta md:* is a Chritian: and she tells me I ought to go to meetings every followed by Room Mothers LARGE SELECTIONYou :
ire Crtvtrt Hall vthtch had bee I J:Challis. Floyd litton Joan AII Meeting, held on Wednesday No I V> nrofM'I i
an address by E. G. Graham. | fri nds.r I night. Are Invited To Look
hMtrttfull lv said M-awtfully derur ,:!,I bury Joyce Henson. Oiletta Stor grand: chancellor of Florida I The Key West girl who is 1 don't want to go with boys but I would like to go with, vember 3rd at 1 p. m. in the I Over Our LIB I
Mid. W Uw I ; :
urrastun by Mrs. Car- i iI I I Ruth School Auditorium.
imp, Rose Albury Georgi IIr.
.I GuHtrtte and her staff I I A short recess was taken, after i studying to become! a registered I my brother sometimes. I stay at home the rest of the day. iI
which the
grand chancellor made nurse, received her rudimentary A VERY LONELY liawl h..
;,IH4iawtea i Iik-r&l trom. Leadorne Whitehead, I another speech He then -I in the I I
requested training Municipal llt Answer: I Nermon
rutkirsv, samlwicli I Ies. !''Helen I Louse. Whitehead, Jayne :
o44 iou. Urink. land candy" Lou Archer, Matida Thompson. Cham-dor Past District G. A. Deputy: Grand. I pital herDaughter'. I I think it. is very foolish of your mother to object to your .... who i iliwthe

wr* srv ii, and gajrw were Betty Ann Solomon. Paula Warren to do the Raymond of Mi.aim going to the show with your relatives. Perhaps you can get 1 I t
part assigned to I .
kiafeJ K"e bring<< won by Paul' Hiusel Smith Jack Curry. him I Born j your brother or his wife to talk to her and show her how un-I I M.; Trun .
Vkhemitx betty Ann j You Can Give Your' Child >nn
Solomon ; Daphne Warren; Joseph Solomon. Mr. Raymond rode a short talk' fair and unnecesanly strict* .!:
CM<4 Harm and. JM k Curry. i lEckwond' Solomon and Johnny I To Mr. And Mrs. she terratsinthe .
anti!. on behalf of the grand chancellor -; is. gsgnluisumuonutam8fll06lBllllllllBlllUk: : the Start Your Dad
G.Ms the ,
lat Alvin ,
pbrty c-r. |I iBUtkwelLAlso I : f
presented J. V."infield Rus- I Your mother is in.>bably a very
....h. J">-t'- Rubrru. Tony WailUyoMinil -I -* were the Rev. I I I WhaCs Couldn't Give YouA _kwu .
pree sell with i iI
....... W"Unun.. Ca '''John IV) Mr. end !MisGeurge deputy a grand commission chancellor a*: a Mrs.cpecial I -'I Kermit; LoncL'sMr good woiian but she is not a Doing agmibamone :

Pi1. HaJtrrtrr., i\tul Walterton, F Mrs. Midred Christian just because she g< es to I I at the .
.arbirs Ramirez Uaryl Ann Mrs..ner. Russell thanked the grand forthe and Mrs. Kermit Loucks, I church every time the door is savings* plan that will insure your ChiliES lit. .u- an .Ifmlltew r
Carol I
Thumtwov June AlUiry Goes Mrs.Stukitey John V. Archer, Mrs.Gumette HaelHenson. honor. 1301! New on street announce the open. Some of the meanest |1.t'O- ARMED SERVICES financial security Each unit provuics: : thai

Bus*. Orrlia lurU. Onclia C-r Mrs. Bertie Higgs. Mrs. Those coming here with the'I birth of a daughter at 8:08: a.mon pIe I have ever known are ardent Y.M.C.A. AGE 1 THROUGH 20 la event of death return """"'Ift

Mfct S)kit Kev Brenda Gate. ,iVarl Curry. Mr*. Ella Albury I grant chancellor were: District I.l October 31st in the Monroe churchgoers.I Jackson Square. WhiUhtad et all savings deposit you have mad, plus UN*. but I

MM ThumpBon. Godfrry ThumpMt Mr 1'....... Mrs. Dean Taylor, I Deputy Grand Chancellor. Otto County Hospital. The newcomer think we should go to our and Southard Streets accumulated dividends plus 91,000 face amount. n seew'

Lntrt G.tr.. Myrru Curry Mrs. Mary Pierce and Supt. of i Miranda; Past District Deputy weighed nine pounds at birth\ churches and support then butT I mininHhtiuiulaiitgiullnwiiulllmiunhllimullPMONDAY I :THEN{ AT AGE!:'21 Right at the tout wh* -- .... .
Catherine Snodfraaa. Sharon Grant! Chancelors, G A. Raymond ,.and has been given the, name of don think that the Lord meant his responsibility are likely to increase-mar- .t, ,
the Sunday School John V. 1 and hazed F. Shelley ; Peggy AruuiR for us'to thing else J : ; ruge-wile-children unit of this remark W Kv
r"fLf fil: ,.. Pierei- Anita Bvttiel Archerllamjuet give up every
I I 'Chancellor Commander O H. i I "-7- in the world to attend church { 9:00: P.M. Juke"Box dan e. j I able plan triples ut insance protection-without t-1Nf-r
Cain Past Chancellors P. R. 'v-I further evidoice of insurability and at no eatra .
night The religion that Truth or -
I son and Clarence l Personal Mentions ery cost I In event of death at any time from age 21
/ Thursday Night Honoring Thompson lien-I the most good in the world is :a I Quiz Show. through age 54 each unit of the plan provides for .lesielie. :

Miami. I Mr*. Ross C. Sawyer wife of I happy religion and a Christian tome I TUESDAY: I return of all deposits made since purchase, plus !p111,1. : .

State Regent, Of Catholic Daughters I Refreshments were served un ', County Clerk Sawyer, and their I means a person who lives a I 7:30 P.M. Shut fie board accumulated dividends, plus $3,000 face amount nneu'ea.

der. the direction of J,'R. DeLand, I I daughter. Miss Florence E. Saw |i I 1 good life who is kind to other !I i sicns on the patio.ses-I I| AT AGE 55 The .savings plan you started for Pet
J Frazier
Followed( llv Installation Of Officers Pinder. Harry J. Met- I yen have returned from 9 two ;] people, who helps the poor and J I 9:00 P.M.-Theatre Group meetsWEDNESDAY your child matures as an endowment for full M.iwe Virftd C
I ger and Armando Fernandez. months' vacation in Alabama I distressed. and who tries to face amount plus dividend accumulations over

Th Si ....n St.r of the Sea ton Prophetess, Pauline Pmder I I II I I Virginia and Florida including : make life better and happier : the full period. Liberal options of settlementto I

Cnurl ..< (Pu. CatholKDaughters Lecturer Mary de Barcee; Financial -; i Calendar Of i three weeks spent with Mrs. Sy4I\; I|I jfoi I all those with whom he .) 1 00 I'M.-Hospital Fishing trip. ( ( ) provide income for retirement years.

.f AMM-IU a; I..I Thursday evening Secretary Anna E. Corcoran;"t 'I ney E. Mathews another daughter comes in contact 8.00 P.M_-Dance Class (Begin- I -Available_ children= ages I day to 14 years. *

hMMmi u.t Statr R"lcn.tn.. Treasurer Adelaide Ellsworth; Coming Events .1 of Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer, in J I Very often parents who are { "ners.) j I ,.foi detail m .Iv) .
Mary YtfM I ul( Jacksonvilr with Historian: Florence Don; Moni- I I Gainesville. Florida I unreasonably strict on their 9.00 P M Ye Ole CountryParty" '
a kttaquc-i at Duff', Restaurant. tor, Wilma i children find that their treatment j I ,
> Lesher: Sentinel. Rosalind -I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1- H. S. HOLCOMBBOX
Mrs Vbarwi t Miss has the opposite effect: (Square Dancin. Virginia .
; ; in company with Wickers: Organist: Regla ; Regular Meeting Executive Mary Lumley who aJm.j
W... Viol ..hGrilnd Relest G wynne; Trustees Rosa Crusoe, |: Board of Poinciana P.-T A. pamed her mother, Mrs. II from that which they hope to Reels). ; 56J District Manager KEY WEST Tire

of Court Miami No %81. was Teresa Martinez. Margaret Dion ( at Home of Mrs. Hatfield.I Sawyer to West Palm accomplish. I have a friend I THURSDAY ;

vieriiAC the local) Court and folWwtc Rita Del VIlla. Mary Moss and Secretary. 3408 Avenue E.I I I four months ago to undergo a I i whose mother made her go to I 3:00: P.M..-Photo Class I

the banquet presided at Victoria Yard: Chaplain, Rev : 800: P.M. I I:surgical operation, says that Mrs. church so much when she was 9:30: P.M.-Dance, Orchestra tuvlvY.k
thr .bwUllation of Ollicers held Father Joseph Maring. Annual Roll Call of '.Sawyer shows marked improvement. young that when she got mar FRIDAY :
West p
j Key I THE FRRIlKlin lifE inSURHHtE CO. .
ned, she and : :
HI St. Cn-rlia' Hall at the Con1I'nt Six new mmebers were received Temple No. 20. Pythian Sis-.,' The operation was per- stopped going 815PM.-Movies, Bridge Par- ;
I hasn't been to church since tttt yiINIvt' : .
ol Mary Imnu.nllate.tt. into the Order: Mary Lewin, I ters, at Regular Meeting at: formed in the Good Samaritan I thtn ties. i ./ Springfield, Illinois fOat f .

officers installed: were; Anna Louisa Weekly Edna Dion, I the Hall 7:30: P.M. Hospital and Mrs. Sawyer's present SATURDAY: i! : :
Now don't get the idea that W lit* SHrtm vMn kg.! mew
Grand. .. nt. Virginia DenerKt Lillian Saunders. Stella Meeting Monroe County Tuber- address is 3905 Windsor terrace 11,, 8:15: P.M.-Movies. Mink Ms raura.... IIlftbtot h : ,
Vie He.rnt. Lorena What and Eleanor Wylk. ciezinski.j culosis Association 8 I West Palm Beach. am against t'hurch-going MAese .
p.m., at think the church is really a won i 1015PM: .-Second show (same .
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partment.: Al i interested persons TODAY'S1tNNI'ERSARIEs all children should be taught to J'SUNDAY N..-
Key! }\'est\ Club Meets$ ; invite'd j
Astronomy attend.
are -
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I go apart I 9:45 A.M_-Java Club. ; kiNi'uS II
NOVEMBER 2- I Know of the church. We can't all be ( 2:00 P.M\ Classic Hour. I :
( America) I : I en Ih.
V. Night AI 1 lli .!h SchoolThe Key West\ Assembly No. 13, Or- preachers and priests because 9:00 P.M. Fellowship Hour.
..... der of Rainbow for GirU: 1706-Joseph Ellicott I : I ..
: engineer people have to eat and have j 10.DrPoIe
Coffee doughnuts -
Novrmtrr meeting of the knowledge with the following Regular Meeting, 7;30 p.ro, i and land agent surveyor of Hoi I homes and clothes. So we may as f :

Key West Astronomy Club will questions: : How many planets in I in Scottish Rite Temple. Det j t land Purchase got 3 million well understand that our religion I V. : -
our Solar System' Which is'the grees of the Order to be acres in Western New I
be .hrld un Wednesday November York is onl ya part of our lives and that'I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVVVYVV'SThONG .. Yoak :
i fastest What is I II ferred four candidates. founder of I
traveling planet on i; Buffalo. born
in we can snow it the
M. at tOO p m on the second the brightest star* Approximately i'- Masons and Eastern Stars invited j Bucks County, Pa. Died Aug. 19, I.I conduct our business in or enjoy way our we I ARM BRAND COFFEE .Cppfyi "'1 : I

Stnr of the High School how many stars compose our ,| to be present. I I 1826. recreation. I TRIUMPH fit, :

At thu met.tin* there will be '!galaxy 10 thousand 100 million' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3-,' 1814-Frances Miriam Whitcher Your mother will have a hap COFFEE k.tdiIii.ieabet :
j or 30 billion* When is the South- Pomciana School P.T.A. Study ; noted humorist-author i
shown slidr* ilealmr with the I i( her pier more obedient daughter .if ,
Sular System that have Utn re .I tern Cross visible in Key West Group meeting, folowed by i day whose humor did not en- she will not try to force her into I MILL ...... .:
These and many more questions Room Mothers Meeting 1:00: I j I dear her to her clergyman the mold that she desires and will at .. MM i ,

teived. from the Gainesville Ex : will be tinsweicxl. and discussed p.m_, in the school audtorium.1Rt.gular \ | husband's parishioners born in allow her to broaden her interests : All Grocfrt I .rMiVOtiMl"- :

lSfiiMim SrrvH-r. and these aloud at the Astronomy Club monthly meeting, Key Whiteboro, N. Y. Died Jan. 4, rather than confine her strictly to '
..-- ..At..tu' meeting. on Wednesday night. The West Astronomy Club 2nd I. 185 church uffjirs ,:&h.LAAAA..4..AALAAAAIA'3.AAAh.4CNANGEt thlT :
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The Astronomy! Club suggests public is cordially invited to at- Floor High School 8 p.m. I I 1813- Crawford W. Long, LOUISA.
t*>*t you test your ustn.n<>mKal tend. Meeting of Board of Directors''! Georgia sur ('(\n. a pioneer an..>s- 7

KeyVebt Woman's Club.' theticist who did not publish till Address Your Letters to I !
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3:30: 1'.1\1., at Home of the,;; after Dr. Morton was first acclaimed ""LOUISA". O. BOX 532. |
1)/'i1I1I'li-IJ; ir I
Nora Scoliun; 's President, Mrs. Lee Coddaru,'' born Damelsville, Ga. I Orangeburg. S. C. !II

I 417 Upited Street. Died June 16, 1878 LIFE ? .L44J4
Jfry\ West, CorrespondentsThere: Third Anniversary Birthday I', 1848-((100 years ago) Israel C. Metro Goldw v n M:i\''11 'sGieed ; of ICES I
Dinner. Ladies Auxiliary'! White. noted I West Virginia geo '
I : directed b> Erich von' Are yon going through tM (unction
A irIU-r twa ben reiei\ed I are many persons in Key I II and Post 3911, Veterans of ; logist. among the world's great Stroheim and starring Zazu Pitts, I II middle age' period peculiar to semen' 9 5
fAn Mrs For'ignVars, at Post Home petroleum geologists born ((38u U fn>' Doe thu make you
B I Sheridan. Fairview I Wt'St interested in stamp-\.Ilkct. in Gibson Gowland and Jean Hti I, cutTtr from hot Hashes feel to nervous ..1 :
Halifax. County. No\a Seotta. ing and should any of them, Elizabeth and Caroline Sts, : Monongalia County. W. Va. Died shell, dates from 1922 25 jeare lil>;li-etruiiB &tired Then Bo try --. :
Canada. lequ-stmg that The :young or old, wish to correspond 7;00 p. m. I Nov. 25 1927. I ago Lydia pound E.10 Plnkhams ret.evesuc Vegetable ii sympl.Om.Com .

Ctacrn tall tn trw attention ofHi I with Mrs. Sncridan the associatIon Meeting LaConcha Navy j 1849-V,illiam Merritt Chase I ftukhams Compound fclw has what ,,
WIVes Club, 2 St. I famed New York artist and Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect I II .
philatrlu traders the fact that should be pleasant and lead p.m. I John Milton wis onto n<'k-
ib he. ,. Mary's Parish: Hall Chaplain ,, teacher of artists, born in Frank- I itTi PINKHAM'S VItSIABLELJu.s .
WouUl be ry inUiwted to I to some interesting stamp exchanges I' i. named 'the Great Gospel Gun. C. .
Mar frum thrmFormer I( between them. C. C. Hartung. U. S. Navy, i I ]1m County. Ind. Died Oct. 2j ; ; FOR HOME -orCOMMERCIAL ,
Guest Speaker. :I 1916 I t.a a a e e S a S.e e S C S C a e a a.e.;
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5- I I 1871-Stephen Crane no\elist Portable i ii
inter \there, und now have returned and Bingo, 8 p.m., Cuban Club I I author of "The Red Badge of I Handy -BICYCLES- USEWe C

i I[pun hated an all-year-round Sponsored by Monroe County '! Courae:' born in Newark. N. J_ HOT WASHERS I

"Visitors; ; /llecomeSteady home! at 319 Grinnell street I Hospital Woman's Auxiliary.'I! Died June 5. 1900. I i Repaired and RentedAlso Are Prepared To Furnish You With -
Community Day Service, St.1 j i
i i The! many local friend of these
eS Pauls 10:00 to amI I For need $26.95 and $36.95 I Clear Pure CUBES CRUSHED ICE
nice new residents will be glad to r rI : 149: growth plants car in Stock-NEW or
Residents: \[welcome them, and know they conducted by United Council',;I'bon. oxygen. hydrogen.
Wr l.i. !I WIll enjoy the many advantages of Cnurch Women of the I'.' iron, magnesium t'akium'l ELECTING{ VATS BICYCLES TRICYCLES I

a MiGrorge McCrakIs. -'and pleasures to be derived from World Guest speakers. i I i. phorous potassium, and S3.13 lo 11.95 WAGONS SCOOTERS Thompson Enterprises Inc.
of Drtr>it. Mob are wmt..rtiMt" living in the Island CIty. : and sometimes traces of other 1 ,
rs wlto hare dwided like :I The country's first political elements

II make I There still exist; nine treatises part to hold a national com en- (ICE DIVISION)
many other to Key TROPICAL TRADER Overseas Cycle Store I
Wit their pernwnent home I:I by the famous Archimedes the tion to nominate Presidential Nearly 2.000 planetoids or tiny i I PHONE NO. KEY WEST. FLA.

The Mt<.'r.Hreru| ru\'<* l been 'I, ancient inathinatician: and in- 'candidates was the Anti-masonic planets have bWn ratalouguedtr 718 Duval Street Phone 1000 "920 Divuion: St. Phone 1330 _
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Cancer Curable ) Candidates In Nation'sBiggest 1 NA\T'S "LIFE INSsURANCI-T' II.iin: T.1\h.:', MI'.ST' ur:

Leading People's Forum .. .. ... ........ .. I (mituiiHti. ri'Hn. 1 I..121. 1'1"i
William A. Tinman ie nt 1.1 i he
It Treated In I ) American' ..
Surety C'HI.| .n> ,|
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Battle Tomorrow Py New York for workiiMii .nn.

: Early Stage .!.... .fTltlsc< the .l welr..w..B.(*>It..xpr read*.- ,# : );f I i: e.s:1! i : p o'to. n insurance.
era. b.t tae editor .._n.. the \ppr sine!! and ronfirtnini; the'
Heat (. atlr,c ..y Ittmu .wblrhre 1"1 'ii "I T ?l,000' b..nd i ..(jrtlJi.K
Democrats, Republicans enl*>rre llbel.. .r. .....r- .
If DR. JAMES B. PAIWAMORECancer ......... Tae 'In...... *h.aU be I I. mi b\' Ih' ...h'I

i* the pact curable ofS1 i I'retidettt President_ f.. .Lair.. w.rda.... valise.*4 write. tae..letter..e side t. I l$3.000 Authori/mg( tin- p.t\m" nt .f
II .. ) ) to Ross C. Sawyer Circuit
1u .t the paper I? 81.1t.
the fatal diseases
hishJ) .. vrvlter. ...! .__..., tbrletteta Court Clerk in pa\mcnt (<>r hr
: B M jtiediral Mwm can tfc* its asS will be .abUibc. ..- I use of the crusher on UredseiKI .I'
I*.. rev ue*ttd tb.tmlac. fr "
|kiL wid knowledge about canter n>p crusher b crushing i

J1'edh."ly only when patient ct <> APPRECIATIONEditor : j marl bring used' MI the rr|>dvuii &
i i of five city streets.Correcting; .
their d/jcbon early tR. 'r r +sSt. The Citizen: '!

C | Onf'lhe rnn t trafw thin_ t't Please accept; my .onrp appreciation : on certain personal assessed: property valuaUoa

a Uiy tf>-nw f ve.. in hipra fife u for' the splenrii'i <-o- I Allow mR homestead rxemp.tioits .
operaftiwwuppSner gave in support 1C
i. tv tow patient .tt.iw I*. him lOll of"ttfi year'Navy Day obteisn ,' 1M on certain real estate in tau
.1rs. .t e' late fir help. w :; ',c aulI I the genpiouslaiii'iunt I

tre'mle mouth. or even M.. ekir, I of spanr'nottNav: \ '
a r 'DayiVutd: not \have. IWCD th out r1. ]iHn.uiai' form m lum*
l bf'r.' prohabh cmH h iv <.r n ,t>rtii----- ............ it. .y..... Kail Marx elaborated his theories

.. Mttd. HAROLD R LAUBSCHM ': was meant to apro ..1 1 rr. ",idustrial i-

a Talk eMom to .)nil.|*..... uf Njyy.Day Chen. man nimiiniti =

M tiny earner And thai u <,nerraaun Key West! }Ta.. - -- -
t to'" many .patn'. realt\: I.. Oct 23, 1948.: r RELIEF AT LASTForYourCOUGH

"lunf to trek ..- ,,'. .Hn H.n

e But the lent ma"h.n, The ''calhei7 M

t'' <*r. Ho flash warning* in flit

I July! "' 41111w'v have' t Bern FORECAST I!M Creomuhion reltnrt prnmrtlT hmin

..u."d'Irt. .ai.nais The) aitympUwna j Key' West and YiciiiiM : .. Fair il gates nKh lo the sat nl the trouM
M THOMAS E.DEWEY 1;tt i I to help mown and
HARRY :s. TRUMAN weather with gentle to mocktateeasterly rtftl Rctm lades
Inn phlegm and aid
b nature to ondie trod
winds thru -- -----
4efbut and which may not IHanter > .: Tuexlav i Mal raw tender, in4ldhill." .
{ at alt But recardlc' rat t rr r ti t i'rr'xiilvNf IQ"l r !IiIti; : ( I.. 1 Honda: Fair thru Tuesday. 4' vi'Gil 'b i mucous membrane Tell tour drut ni

.nether they indicate cancer ottpra Little chance: in tempeiatim to sell| vnu a .bade of CrenmuiMn
I *'relatively nunur ailment Jacksonville thru the Florida. HERE'S PART OF THE 406 SHIPS in the U/S; _..:Nirv's: Pacific: Reserve Fleet a< they look now. w jib the understanding you nm .Ida.

a t Aiejr art an .ladicaUvn that *omeOunf ) | Straits and East; Gulf: Gentle to several! years utter they were put in mothbaUsly-pickling": and "Cocooning:' in San Diego. Calif the may it quickly allays the tough
.It wt' IL and rail for immediate : moderate variable winds thru or iou are to have sour. moocv ....k.
Y invert ifalmn b\ a nun Tuesday Mostly castervuu.U! ( Two thousand men: of the San Diego Naval Station are-busy repairing maintaining and in some CREOMULSION

p peteal medical I man I m south portion. Paitlv cloudy cases preparing to "cocoon" various vessels as 8 fejX of the! preservation methods. for Coujthj.Cheit

weather ColdsJroiicM
'TiwA en tM cLmc..r signals ,
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u i 1. \nr-- that doe not heal" I )Vettein,CauUbom: M'Hkiate} I II
t p J'tlialsrhy" about the' toncuenaoutn northeast and north winds thru LIUAMv KALMlhK I I! NO GUNFIRE IN

t or hpo A ft TW5;>day!;$f r.rtl\d; < udj weather Continued From Page One) i (Continued' from Page One) I II
I whli.{ .wldl*" I
scattered &howcrsKb
A thi k
2. painln lump < > From MukJrn (,inie newS that dullah said that "all was now at
ft n11y in the breast : irtaO raft -or storm wal n- I I
S ftI. peri fie rninmumvU. are "moppingup. l>(' ICC", and that he hoped wal)
t. lip l>c lAflfuej. f! msi.iiave been it ue l. ." At 2 a m belay. their leaders would not break out again He
J. ; IrrrfuUr 'Wrrdina or ifs REPORTKey issued statement! in which
added that he will do all thai
b cKarfe from any natural body I West Fla. NoI.1 I. 1948 the> said that; all Mukden is practically -
openlag j jC (Observ"" taken at City Office I under their control Some I I lies in his power to bclp membcrj

4. Protrekiv' thane; in the, i 8:30: a.m., EST: ) Nationalist troops| are still in hid > -of his race in Palestine
ctdr of M/e of a wart. mole or Temperatures ing but they are bane rounded
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birthmark I I Ifj I
w i Highest \yesterday 82 up and arrested Subscribe To The Citizen.
5. PmUtent indication .
I| Lowest last night 73
d {. PtTBtotent hoarvenev*. un Mean .78 I
eftplamed rough or difficulty in 1
Normal _
.*..llow"'I, 7:"" --. -;- | PrecipitationTotal 77 THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI/ at POPULAR PRICES I
T. Any change in the normal uRt WABktH.
|last 21 hours 00 ins.
t bowel I haUU: ; Located in the Heart' of the City
Total this month .00 ins.
Like' the ticnal at a railroad FirLady 'r..t RATES WRITE or WIRE
tto.sing which warns of the on FiMl'tmf/.: I, Deficiencythis month .12 ins. ROOMS
rt/shing. train, these dancer' lie, I I ; Total this year 4361: ins. I
I nil cannot be ignored' with safe i E'i P. i t I Faces till;, year 11.Z0 ins. with BATH and TELEPHONE: s

I lye They call for the individual Fur I Relative Humidity. !

.. d.. anmethinc' immediately to I I i d r' 1 8:31) a.m. Ford Pershing Miller _.
78', -
protect himself To fail to bred I

4 rheas dancer signals i I. gambling t t 1 j Barometer Hold Hotel) Hotel A scene from the Broadway stage success ALL MY SONS". on* of
With lift" dealt .- 4' = ,I (Sea [.@nU.) 8:30 a.m. 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. lit AT '
3008 ins.-1018.6 Inl 229 NE. lit Ave. three of the 1948 49 Drama Festival attractions to be presented by
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r I Tomorrow Almanac 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 80 Rooms the Junior Chamber of Commerce at the High School Auditorium on

: 1Ponce Pavs S16S Sunrise 6:35; a.m. Solarium Elevator Elevator Heated Elevator.. April 19. 1949. Direct from Broadway with an all-star New York

Sunset 5:46: p.m. cast. Tickets ere on sale at the YMCA Building on Whittbtad

a l Month Tci; Wife i ;lyioonribc\) .. 8:00 a.m. 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION I Street for $6.00.

; t ( Moonset . -6.55 p.m.

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Under tW Ifrm. of a divurreUAied ; ,. ..01 rP..

L last August to Jo.c Ponce i TIDES .-. _. t ..- -
..wrier of Puttee' Beer Garden at' 3- .
s i' .
: t a (Naval Base) t .
: Sifnonton and Angela streets' }Y Tomorrow --tn
Ponce* wa! to pay his fmmer wife, .. t yr -. S SMIS. I (Eastern Standard Time)

r II: for I5J h a.week two alimony children and and support glen. to Li e t 10:High'53 a.m. 4:18:Low a.in. DON'T WASTE YOUR VOTE!

I pay $n a month fur the renUIof I .10:12 p.m. 3:46: p.m.

a her hevw .a... :'-;'':.'"I _
The' total was $IU a month. Hewn HARRY S. TRUMAN MRS .' .
Laird last week for ron :
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..farmer' wife' MIS m alimony I
Q StationTide (high water ; "
and atippott for hu i thildrrn and WIIATS' THIS 'LAU LAD' DELICACY Y Bahia Honda FOR
1 aljo, tiO fur her attorney's frrP (bridgeOh 10m 00ft.

t >mcc WM Mibiequcntly itlcasrdtppn *: ., .* I No Name Key
of J3W >
.._ It.'j( ,., 1 lOll Jnrttum To Cmdr.; (Unti,; :, UBy .. ;ssiyILeI; ;r)I I Boca(cast Chica endf2h 20m
: phkcr To Attend I .!:." :: *..._ : *" : Sandy Point)-Oh 40m

1 Chiefs. Convention t I!I t IsO() C() I1)AnE{ Wf1'lfIEY l LIME I i MEI 9''I,:' Caldcs(north Channel end) 000+2h 10mi1.1 ft I i TOM DEWEY

JINKS. Lime Editor NOTE:
C fire Chief harry Raker. of the : (-) Minus sign: Corintioa I
Ky West Naval Ue' will !Irate -- to he subtracted
ft* Miami nest Monday to at- i I \ItU' local lime editor' has had Key Lime pie is a finer delicacy | (+)-Plus sign: Corrections .1..1.t i the next President
: Und the annual convention of the ... refer the oucitmn of whether 'or for that matter. "bolter eating": I be added. !
lAtemationaJ' Aaaunation of FireDusts. or not Los Angeles would admit: than rtu-Lau" Our. 'J0C311 I _
The Florida limes i(champion favored the former as I,
ronventiwn will beheld Key into its sacred
d Nwvrml T 9 throuch the. pni mct: to the Chamber. of Com- : matter of pride and choice. I
It followed that Mr E {
t. Illk :)es of ''RAIN!
mt'rn:. IVndms, its reply aril a the Hawaiian, Trust Company In-1 I
r Navy fire rhwf from ail seta -
search of the files fa- surancc Department had neverpvirtaken I I
INMI of the ciiuntnr will Attend any A for other candidate
a the runrentMm and Baker said n.iluritli the problem of smuggling of Key lime pie:J4o\v: Will beat vole any (, (
not in
S tudav. that there wuuld l t among thorn might advise Commander Water upto produce the pie at Los An- and furnishings when sudden

a Baker will be acrompanii-d l b\' S. Ginn U. S. Navy (retired). in Belles:! in November when they' showers catch you with. your will send i Florida l .

lab. wife. to Miami the matter. ail ,meet: again at this year's .cods windows' open while you ar.

'I1H.prublem has come up in vention away if your home is protected

CJ TUIHY/ I IX HISTORY the matter of Key Lime pie versus Having; been advised by our with down a Dead-End Street
I that Hawaiian delicacy "lau expert on pies that the pie will
(Knew America) lau. Commander Ginn met his i become "squshy" if he carries

LS I71FS .Hated Stamp Pot in rfl one-time Rolf partner and friend. one to "LA". Commander Ginn. C&ml! wlIw

..t: a day ol mourning In Mr. Arthur EUes of Honolulu at Ins. decided to tarry the limes to I I '1M.."a.. I

I 'ol..iaJ. America the Prudential 1 Ordinary Agencies : Los Anselc-s; from one of our. local O _1 _
c 1U7-Wmnebago. Indians relinquish Convention at Houston. Tex. trees and there bake it him A--
) claim to land east of last November; and,, a heated self-if need be. So he asks-ma\.' Cta.1..aN.- -- ---- i
I M4uUipp4' l and move' west. controvert arose whether or not he carry limes to .LA' i

U40-3 year old Alvin I ,.......
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(saying of parcels between. Uool Swk.s I/t'uree To Wed CMiwt_ eJ A
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I the Adams Exprek. :1 A |x-tit.ion soikinc; a divorce An .application for -a marr,ate i SHtt...

Utl-Father Lucien Galtirrtledxntc was Mod Saturday in the office JiiCTisewas"Clod,,Saturday m.& ,.-..

a loc chapel to Saint :'of Cmuit &,urt Clerk Ross ,C : office of County: Judge Ray 8ioJ.IB 6eMi
Paul and the name u assumed y ta.t: I
Saw\ei l by Leonora MiU'tin& Lord by Ja;rtesMI. Raulers6n. .. 1.4"I ;
Iw t aul.* the Minn.new nrylrmrnt of St Cast<.llani> auainbt Guillerpo C,J- 1i:. el the SiNavy; and TJUbfo i|I I c.ttralyVtgDOWS.

t..l1. ,. *lae Shaw, 18,.of Al l thua) to* I. i I I ,..
IM4 U. S Postal Mi>ntOrder -> 1 I
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System lint in operationU7 if. ii .PA* ; I
Fnt United :\I'W: P.\I ..:nS fl\ Subscribe To The CitizenCHRISTMAS:- I rWCHES AND Vote You NOT bound
Staliitalher / : SCREEN DOORS REMEMBER-: can as you please are by
bulletin u.ued IIINII :24! I (Continued From Pane!:: One)' : / i

tat on* over the 'UUntry bthe i'the United States declaring that b'geis.ighr wirg ce ill';e,..rir.ieg.bbrl! drorr baser.reed. e.d r.rsur .-.t : any OATH or PARTY OBLIGATION
V. S- Signal Crap headed b> 'she .
is supporting the entire ; .
wadev .
ills frog wt'tr oe' d I !
fbL Albeit J M'f'r. I Demu..rahc.tIcket.. and that Truman ledgieg 6f any ..reed .i.dow.; +..aredxa
JftM United' State sends Joi- '' has demonstrated he Is TOYS'I pearMg loiatenence tt' r
mal ultiroatNin to Spain. -to w.114W 1 I worthy of hem returned to the al.err.el5. t P5.

t OO-Ct'1V.the Philippine.. a* ol thu d<.,%. i!i"hllt: I Housi I N .W Our ON Convenient DISPLAYUse I Convenient CALL---PHONE Payment 1042 Plan ; DEWEY WARREN CLUBS of FLORIDA

gives; rvuntry population oerIt i orders immediate' taking: over of -KEY WEST-
Ingbon.IA ,! the mines in fourth coal strike LAY-A WAY PLAN VENETIAN BUND CO.

| Fornier Srcietary of theInterior ; of the war. [ I[ALI L MARK CARDS I ....1... ...1..1.. : IIOTIL: "fJ1./; J.Hh: II.'JII.I.I';

Fall Kf1''trnced tt) a yea r 194?-Truman'* Council of I....11.. .......
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allA..w. 1 l'I The Hobby Shop STREET
1141-| Germany renewal of some; war time I
." charge. I to control 1105 I ar writ t rUTUATUtt Paid Fh.hhcal l ArlxiitlMiu -nn t
I powers a threatened Division St. Phone 91
t' .- P-"nt Rniseprt. 1k' t< f",,tsf;Inn j I WITHOUT OBUCAT'OK: 1
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