The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00242
 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 5, 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).
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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: UF00048666:00242
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Chaplain Hurtung I I fI Key West Prepares I

To Make, Address i

I To Welcome Truman; ; I

On Armistiee Day! ,

I Then Let
Game* And Danre! ''rll.llllll.1T4 :

Litter; Concert By

School ftund Dctcey PlayedPresidential I p- *Citizens To Respect (;

Ceremonies To Be I WOULD MAKE DIVISION I Prcsiilcnfs Desire *

Role Too Soon
trlil. Al Arthur For Seclusion :
cal The '..
Saw JIT fool I Ionic WASHINGTON. Nov. S.- E(' i x r, >tl 81,OOO Raided Fur |

Representative Fred Hartley.Jr. I
Next TlmrMlayLieutenant Republican. co-sponsor Truman Avenue. Celebration Planned ,

C. C. Hartung.: USN. ot the Tafl-Hartley labor law trI 1 i That's what City Commisioncr Louis Carbonell For His Arrital I

chaplain of the United States Na- said today in Charlotte.S. C. proposed today to rename Division Street so that here-

val Station, will deliver the Memorial that Governor Dewey assume : rS Here This Weekru.l
i I | alter the city might do honor to the man who has
) address during; the Armistice ed the role of president altogether
Day ceremonies by Arthur too soon. brought Key West a great deal of publicity. Krr Westarf were prepared to \

Sawyer Post 28. American Legion Hartley added that Dewey ; I| Carbonell said that at tonight's meeting of the City give President Truman a royal
: at its Stock Wand home during his campaign; sought = iii. j -i welcom. Sunder afternoon but I I Iit I'
Commission sitting as a Planning Board he would
next Thursday. 'to giye the impression he had : was indicated by marry of them |
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Besidesthe usual Armistice beep already .elected. Hespoke. i I!! sound out his colleagues to determine if Division Street f! that Mr. Truman s privacy would

Day ceremonies.- Arthur Sawyer Hartley declared, more I X* Wircpnoi'i [ can be changed to Truman Avenue. i be observed xaligiouilr during I

Post will hold open house at its like-. man who had already II PRESIDENT TRUMAN FLASHES A BROAD GUN srd waves to the crcwd outside the Hotel "Many of the merchants along Division Street like ji j his stay here. I I '
Home from 12 noon until 8 won the:ace than A man who "Mr. Truman is to Key
E coming
p.m"l Muehlebach in Kansas City Mo after Gov. Thomas Dewey ccnceded victory to the Chief Executive "
said Carbonell. "It would fit in with ;
with tames and races for was seeking the votes of the I in. the presidential election. the idea right ; West for a rest," said a well. I

children, and will hold a dance people for the office. Hartley ; r Roosevelt Boulevard to change the name to Truman ; known local man today. "Wff
in the Clubhouse begi ninl: :8t'I. concluded by asserting : ,
-'----- -- -- -------- I Avenue. are going to give him cvt-i-
9' p. m. -- that there was too much i j I
I chance to get a real rest from tin* |
At the' Armistice Dajte cere- ;. overconfidence in the Republican HALF MILLION\ CHEER TRUMAN I "Probably just before he leaves the city President iI j jI i strenuous campaign which l lie..;

mower beginning at 10:45: ;;a.m. J _campaign tactics. I Truman might consent to dedicate Division Street as :'', just ended with victory for the ,
with assemblage\ will be called to '
; Truman Avenue. It is worth the effect. Ill introduce r President. '
order I by; George A i Warren. Post:; .lI"IIII'AAnv. I j[
The President is not expectedto
Commander: then there will bean ON RETURN TO WHITE HOUSE an ordinance to that effect, anyway. .
; : say a word during the city'sjoyful
advancement of colors: an invocation i I ___ _
by Robert M. Daniels, J General - I celebration en Sunday. Hu
Chaplain pJt Chaplain. Hatung.: the address-by i'f SIX BANDS BLARE WELCOME\ COMDR. MacDONALD sion will. not from have Boca to Air stop Field the procci-to the I

Gives\ Opinion Little White House at the Key'Vest
A salute bv the firing squad of 1 '
Naval Station.
the KI'Y'est Guard of Honor; I. I Senator' J H.ukle'Greet I ?*L i "We want to cheer him
taps sounded by Elbert L. Buch- On Driver's Feel I OF
-and then leave him alone. It
anm. an echo by Arent T. Sjur- l'rc..ilc'lIl I At Truiii "I'II'I".J6, A
sen. Jr.: a musical selection "Lc I ......1.l teThrritUrat I ; U.S. Unashamed'I will be the best welcome that we
Desire" by the saxophone choir I'clluh'ania'nue- can give him. Just \o let him test
Attorney (; llllt
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of the Key West High School I HEAVILY We know the President must tx-

I kind: a retirement of colors and i General J. Tom Watson Gaily Deeoralgil j jI Invitation'; ; fatigued and badly'needs all the ;
benediction by Albert L. DiNe j ruled in an opinion to 11. N. ; KG Strong; I'rt.Oiclc'ul *-, I relaxation he can get."
.:ro. Jr., chaplain of the Key West ; Kirkman director: of public safety WASHINGTON By The A..riaird, Nov.rrr 5:With i I To Eat Crow i :" I I Nearly $1,000 was raised yesterday I II

Guard of Honor. j that a person whose driver's Tm 111311% Personal Is KnockedOff by the Chamber of Commerce
Hostesses at the open house 'license has' expired may be is- six bands blaring and Pennsylvania -: .n, Tie '.._,.,..c f noi Assures Peace I' jVV j Boy !I committee in charge of

will Ixthe members of the Auxiliary j sued license if he makes avenue bedecked with flags i WASHINGTON. Nov. 5_ >M-1 That Got i i the fund-raisins: drive being put
Unit of Arthur Sawyer I a new and bunting, more than half a The Crow Eating Club which His BicycleBuddy ton by that organization. The money -
and soft drinks i will application and pay the delinquent lionToday which hasn't all been raised
J'ri/Li> ,. 1 So Deelarr JoliuFooter
this was
::: million people, turned out organized shortly after &u
awarded the school children fee within 'eleven mouths Governor Dewey"'conceded the'1per..cmal ] yet .will be ysed to welcome the.
morning to welcome President ,. The USS Willfamsburg., lowe. if. son t>f Theodore Ute .r
taking part in the races and from date of expiration. his defeat. revived tele- I Dull!<> Al MeetTotlay President by purchase (
uamet under the sponsorship of Truman on his return to the a yacht of President Truman Lowe of 8 Havana street, flags and decorations and by the
tli- fans of the Legion.: At 2 pm. However, if the applicant elects White House following his victory gram ,today from George J In I' lri.. arrived at Key West Na- ', was slightly injured at ll4.; ;> a. m- purchase of a bouquet of flowers
take examination in lieu of the last Gallup the "scientific" pollster ,
to an at poll Tuesday.Mr.
when he knockedfro
MH.Iwill be a concert by the today was to be presented to Mr. Tru-
val Station at (C; today under
fee and fails, Truman train arrived at saying he had acceptedthe Of/ t oiled: INaliou- a.m. t automo- I
Kt-v J West high School band un- paying a delinquent I mhis bicycle by an man upon his arrival at flora
iii| T dnii-tiun of Earl Dillon. such applicant cannot bo issued the Union Station shortly bcfnl.eII invitation sent him to attend .... .. the command of Commander D. bile at Eaton and Margaret Chica Field. :
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he has demonstrated o'clock. Senator Alben Bark-I the dinner. Gallup add- J. MacDonald. USN, one of the taken
Tlrir.cmbrr.s of the post and a 'license: because streets. The boy was to \
PARIS, N..v.John! Forster U. S. Naval Base officers reported
I he it i not qualified to Icy, his running mate on the' ed that he will bring along Memorial in
the Auxiliary Unit will attendChut : that most decorated men in the U. S. Galey Hospital a today that the latest won!
Democratic ticket at the': his own crow Dulles, who probably! would have I
ili services at the First safely 1 operate a vehicle upon the I; was Lopez Funeral Home ambulance.
Navy. they had received was to the effect
Mrtli'Klist Church this; cumin I I hichways. I:station to meet him. ScmtorDnrkley President Truman also len secretary of state had Governor The 270-foot vessel cot in here I The hospital: report the boy was that President Truman I
met the President the invited to attend the dinner
SlIT -lay. They will be at the Trevor l Heads on was Dewey been elected and j from Washington, D. C., and bruised. would reach Boca Chica between ;
rear platform and there they and eat turkey while his j
churn! h .!oor at 7:1r: ; p.t" j( who represents the United States Commander MacDonald said that j 3:30: and 4 p. m., Sunday. Therewill
sh'.ok hands and gritted each campaign oppon its feastedon I
-- --- .n the: bi-p'rtlsan foreign affairseni.iittfw I he loafed nearly all the to be city officials includmc
way Of
ntlier JO>fully A few minutes crow but he declined the Lack Asphalt
Board I I Mayor A. Maitland Adams anal
Bridge Key West. The ship left
'I""IIIIf'rf"lIrl'S II Isit-r Truman wag gritted I bymembers invitation. at the United Nations. .
ington! Monday morning. City Manager Ralph D. Spal mJ:,
I I of his cabinet.
st -b I t.fey the United States wash-I
At 7:30 A.M. EST .AT 41'r..Ii'Sf. 'tive Officer of the Causes ShutdownLack a few other officials and news
Commissioner Edwin F. Trevor He waved and smiled his appreciation !
Stab. 'n Temp. --- 'i ni t'> ctinto any dh- j is Commander J. B. Gay. papermen at Boca Chica.
I he
was elected chairman' of the as passed through .
Ai lama 681 I Overseas Road: and Toll Bridge i iI [,cheering crowds that lined each Cora-Cola!I (lyscSlilltlmlrrWay ;:.':iiirvnt uKntmcnl. lie added ; Commander MacDonald was of asphalt forced the shut The line of march had not been
Augusta: 63Blluigs ; District Commission to succeedthe [ of Pennsylvania avenue. At ) ; ) that the United 5hte"iII\ : conj j j commanding officer of the USS j"down of the plant operated by I determined today. Navy officers

;: 26 luatc Col. Louis C. Brinton ata This desk in the White House the tinu" tt remain strong: militarily: ,'I' O'Bannon. a destroyer in the | the Fmley Smith Company of were awaiting the arrival of Secret -
,Rininnghant 70 I I found i j I[ Solomons: campaign in the Pacific Dania which has started repav- Service men in Key West tft
I meeting held yesterday. president bulky packages i ; fr it; own protection and to lent j
BI!>mark 37kinb Aquilino Lopez, father of ''of I official business piled up for ; i i wht-rev it i, needled to I during the recent war;; and I II ing: five city streets. The firm I select the route over which the
( 61Ituffalo ) stop all his decorations for brav- was Simonton street between I President will travel from Bf..-
.n Judge Aquilino Lopez. Jr.. who his attention.. Except for tho.>e Court aggressi.in.: ; I I won j'I paving "
56 was appointed by Gov. MillardK. waiters that need his immedi ,it- In Circuit itutles :said further that the cry against the Japs. | Greene and Front streets Chica to the Naval Station, the
Challlon 63" Commander MacDonald is holder when the asphalt ran out. site of the Little White House.
the official will j
Caldwell.. to fill the vacancy I attention papers Unit" I States is not ashamed of
I Chieagii 59 .-",serf by the death of Col. be packed and go along with him Dr. William T. Turner of t'''l'WY..k determination tremain I I of the Navy Cross and a gold I Failure of the railroads to deliver All that was known was, of
66 I I City an bnltlin star in lieu of the 2nd Navy the asphaltic material from
Chliti expect in
Corpus Brinton attended the meeting.;: Sunday when he leaves for Key strong, for m strength: ::: lies the courst that he would come in
I l>rnvt"l' 30Detrot October collections had shattered i I West for rest and recreation. The took the stand todav l before ;ijuiy hope for! pence; in the world. I Cross: was awarded! the Silver ;Texas and Miami caused the Roosevelt boulevard. But whether '

36El I I{ by previous records on ; time of his leaving Washington and Jud;:o Floss Willidms. of --- I(I Star twice and the Legion of shortage of the material. It isexpected he will come down Sinrmnton

I Paso 39 f Overseas Highway. D. M. Duncan, 1 was not announced. Miami in the Circuit Couil rag' T I I Merit twice: the Bronze Star to arrive here momen- or Duval streets;; to Southard or

1 Ft Wm.th 56 I manager of the district informedthe I j The President's return to the of Ted Richard Hennina. a b;>". OM(} Dwelling i!I twice and as commander of the I tarily. Caroline streets;; had not been de
(;al'ton 61 board yesterday. Collections 'White House revived talks about against Karl O. Thompson doing: i O'Bannon received the Presidential termined.On .

Jacksonville 11 for the seven months of this year | several changes that are reportedj business as the Key West Coca- Ruined i Uv Tire 1!'' Unit Citation. Rosa Collects his four previous trips h>
I Kansas City 47;'I were $47.453 higher than the j he will make in the membership Cola Bottling Company. I Also Commander MacDonald I Key West President Truman followed
KEY WEST 79 same period in 1947. ;of his cabinet. However, it fas Dr. Turner dcmon.ti-itcH f thatit ; was presented the French Croix a course which took him
71 isaid that of State Marshall took a of several hun- ... Guerrc: the Belgium Croix dcI $1,000 In Taxes
Key West Airport i Secretary ; An old f.- > Ivcllins at ''de down Roosevelt boulevard, to Division -
I LeI Angles 50 is not among those listed togo. dred pounds to explode a bottle of Simonton and Cathcunc streets I and the Belgium Order of 11 j I to Duval street to South-
Louisville 73i PehauilitatorComing He may continue In the cab- Coca-Cola. The plaintiff. through was totally destroyed by fire j I Leopold in the second degree. j Thirtv- "cn occupational license and street and thence into th.
Meridian 7. inet if he wishes, though one report his father. Fred Henmng, claimshe which was discovered in the { t He wears five battle stars for taxes had been collected by Naval Station.

1. Miami 73t HereE. Ii stated he intends to resign lost an eve in the explosionof building at about 3 p. m. Wed- I various campaigns::: in the Pacific. I j' Merville Rosam. the city's inspector "The Missouri Waltz" win bei

Minneapolis 51 ,when the President is inaugurated a Cocj-Cola bottle and is seeking nesday. Firemen believe it was i'I'After leaving the Pacific Com- covering Key West since I played by sound truck, the coin
I Memphis 631 on January 20. S75.000 damage<: from purposely set by unknown man New 01 leans L. Millci. counselor for voIcational !! In congressional circles, it was Thompson 4nd the Coca-Cola per- I orations and plans officer to the Sl.OOO cidcd. The truck will be pla 't.d
1 of the U. S. Naval
said that doubtful if sons.The commander There arc still about 200 indi-
New York 60Nnrfolk rehabilitation informs it was congress Company. old structure was ownedby somewhere along the line of
65 I I The Citizen he will be in Key:; will go along fully with the It was expected the case might : a man named Hopp, who I! Forces in France: for 13 months I viduals and firms that have not march.
for chief of staff ot the Naval
Oklahoma City 45 4, West November 9 and 10 and will (1 President in his 10 proposed regulatory not go to the junbefore tomor lives in New York City. lie purchased -I taken out their occupational licenses Persons are coming; here Sun
j Forces in Germanyand served in
Omaha 51Pensacola be in the Monroe County Health measures, designed to row. The jtirv that is hearing the building from the I Some of them are not day from as far away as Jackson
; office of the Chief os Naval
I ,,, stop inflation. The outstanding; the the due to take them out until December !! ville. They coming lamely\
75Pltt..burJh Clinic from 2 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday case is Alfonso' Delgaco. W. Gato Estate Hopp had offeredto l'Omi i are
; 531 i I November 9.ICily provision is some sort of price R. Mclntoth Paul J. Roberts. sell the structure for $100 to j operations. He was given : when the usual winter I I by automobile but many of them)
: mand of the Williamsburg last '
contro! The control will not be j I season is scheduleo to begin; will the buses of the
Roanoke 48 John Raymond Felton.. Harry M\ anyone who would remove it Juno.i use
as stringent as it was in OPA Sawyer' and Frank i hound Lines.
St. Louis 57 Key. tiom the lot. The members of the crew of the Gll'I I
Fire Police but it will i J i
60 ;: days apply to key Because the arrival of Mr.
San Antonio 1 Wilhamsbura was busy readying: !, '
commoditioes to bring to a halt : man will be on Sunday: ;
San Francisco 16 the vessel tor the coming; of the ,, PALACE THEATERTHE
soaring prices. i val Aide' the President h..
I I to -
Seattle 4aTellahassev i[ Meet\ Tonight There talk also about the President Every bit 01 bright: '
701 was HOOSIER HOT SHOTS Hiked the KcWest Naval h Un"f
President's creating another East Lynne '\ WH polished. H\vnmgs; were in (Continued On Page: Eight,
Tampa 721Vashing | laid and electric wires strung;
member of the cabinet .
toQ 61 t'I[ Key West Fire Police will meet of public welfare as representative mcludinu -- !rom shore installations. .SIi'tGlNG: SPlilS" ................. eo ........ .... .......................
at 7 o'clock tonight::; in No. 1 Fire
Newt and
I 'Station. City Hall : health and education.A = Comedy Mellow Drammer ---- --- Serial, I

I Benjamin: 'Rob rt$:, secretary, housing measure to relieve BRADY'S
'I = WITH OLEOS -. --. .
the housing shortage wllbe\ | --- -
urges!: all members to be in at- : Galvanized Roofings
Fine Fishing Tackle tendance.! In an advertisement among the first; bills to be considered =! Presented By PICKIIN,4Yonp -for-

J t published in The CitizenMr.. in the congress. The President -
i Roberts advises that "business of wants a housing law similarto JE The Key \ /est Playersat STKL'Mv{ : LUMBER YARD.. Of That tttnn Her? CHOICE POULTRY

Thompson Enterprises, Inc. Importance' will be transacted the one he unsuccessivelv advocated = the TELEPHONE 816 Our Chicken Is Completely 1214 White Street Phone $CIJ

Hardware Di.bioa-t"ont, 886. 1!tat the meeting. in the 80th congress.MIAMIKEY Undressed With A Mountainof ............-..-
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French Fries.
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FOR BARGE LINE. Inc. Plastic NuFloAUTO Good Used Cars

41 Convertible CoupeNAVARRO. Francis at Division Phone 9134 CLYDE-MALLORY TELEPHONE DOCKS 6 I = 51 .50 Included II'I PAINTRoy'a I TWINS GARAGE
I Trar Pt'RB OIL Dealer
West Auto Parts
Inc. Gr-* .. Spray or Text Barge LraresMiami. TICKETS ON SALE at Paul Smith Bookstore Key Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer -
I LET US : 121 Dun I St. Phone 442
Opposite Dui Station 1 I Change Your Oil "' Thurs.. \or. ./ l OF COURSEn i i TELEPHONE 183



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__- __ .. L-Published. .%KTMV Dal1y(H Except.ara"Sunday* l..fcll..bye fcerllNI Political factional--feeling is so deeply Th. Associated1 Press .1, ; DatU J
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6. .......m TIMI'Itlz Handing intrenched in some people it seethes intO"hatred. ,
l Ann Mrwt* NETWORK
.. C .rn r :.rwnf an PROGRAMS;
.. .;. LMH> N; *I IMT m Kn.vt ami Democrat.and* -
million Wade
-. : :!: i;..iiro Countyi.r.oa Several 1 'T me i euterft :Foretimountain '" By Miller .
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;iIIItIIt n. Till: '........I\TKI> riu:>* politically they would not vote, in hour .of Some relay local to fit stations local scbtdulei.chanoe i Chapter 21 cigarette and flicked the matchin -Atlanta have" anything to say
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.1h.. .'1..iat.<1 Pr-o- In'Iu'iv..-!ty entitled to Last minute i program change can. the wastebasket "I know all about Ethel
.., all ...>.is dioPutcheucrciitt not be included. 1ASLAR broke the short. si- Clapp shook his head. They'restill
fAr r .ro..I""n their isn't on say-so
ow other than for 1\ this activity my
...Ihuruisnrotlited In this JMT. and any j I and
.. checking bodies.
t It .r net lence. He looked at Clapp. he commented. "What was in the looking
:_ *!_ tbe >.aI flewa I.uhll.<.h nl hr- respective party ticket. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S f "My Jonsdiction he said. "We'recoming Atlanta wire?* Do you think she's dead?"
idea. If
-- f_ Tear rn rniprmMade \ n'Tt .U.... But there are factions in each party.and fvenit j"'Okay i Clapp smiled grimly. "The Atanta "I haven't out'-';why any I don't know-

-... M.ntbs &.,,/1 ':00-Xews Report IS! MIn._nb. I "Looks and Denver wires.- of tune to
,....... 11".tb. _.. .. .. ... ...,- .., .. ,.. -.. :s."" the hatred of those factions is tenser Newscast fcverr Day-cbs I said Clapp. "Then there was something in she's had plenty set;
,..... AI..tb. .. .. ... _. _' '. ... .. 1..... in That Network: Silent Hour-abcKiddles -. .t like the only way I'll ever get in touch with me. a
it against
Vuo-bI. ) .- ..- .. .- .:!-. than what is party party. : Hour (repeat)-abc-west I books.- Denver? a "And our girl Shasta.
NetworkSilent: (1 hr.)-mbs-e, t this Filipino killing off the James smiled without
the Is right ,Walter
I ....h tIITI"I'.. II ..TI-:" hatred bores down to core of the heart. Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mb..", .*t II "I'll check with consul and call aft Is really I had that
"Tell This "I thought end
me thing humor
: Kn.i.... .i ..ii Ai|>iicatinnPt We have heard Key Westers declare '.15!UN-\Sports 1'0111.cab.: Music Time-nb 1 I Mexico City. It shouldn't take beginning> to open up. closed off." ha said. "But she keeps
than twenty-four hours until "
% -.' I ,.. ><'Tit.tAll more Clapp grinned. Th East has up.
they can't understand how 377oters in |,45-t.warast by Tbreabe popping
readinghoiKm, r..ni. ..( thanks rmnlutlorrrvfrt. >... Lowell Thomas (rept 11)_bl the Mexican police can closein been popping even after you left -Yes she does,- agreed Clapp.
Ar fibltuarr u..tlfi. <, p..emt -.. VIM I* the Luz bunch." He sighed.
rl.Ancc04 for at the. rate nf I Ie" rrnt a line .the county opposed the proposed constitutional 7.00-Supper Club-nbc-taelo on it, James. Take Denver. On the "Like the Gilbert family."
......,.. The lieulah Skit-cbs "And then afterward. You shouldsee September the James's lips tightened
\ fur ralTtalnment by 4 hurrhe-s from amendment that would have given seventeenth! of .' Walter ,
.......h rrvcnuc In t.. lie .l..rh.-.. ar.. ....nt.. a lin.. News and Commentary Jr. _b the paper work involved. Monday before you got here. J\ then relaxed. "Maybe I'm just
Th- Itixcn i i.. an ..I.cfI| forum ,...01 *invitfli'. ultoo Lewis. :eb.\trbe This border stuff is dynamite." and dull
their senator. burned.A that knife
own county a strangled getting used to of
00 IOO I ..ul..... i -II.. .tn. ..lIbJ....... .., Iowal "I'' T-.fS -Xerfs and .aw--- I u man was ,.
c'rol .strep. 10", will not, puliHoh arMEMBER ... ... ,.. It does not require much thinking to Jack Smith Sho.cL.l'ally wr TIM I I 1ST_ ?? ?.?... "Don't forget this case in my druggist: ba) Curtis Street named sours. Clapp. If 1 had my way.
.. Conimenfary o jurisdiction, toosaid Walter would
: .M llik .IO-JQr.e1d' Melvin Emig. Old man Gilbert never get
Andrews ,
t)at rabs
determine the reason for that oppositionto 7.30 Dinner-The. Smoothies*- -nbo FaMdcna. C;liL, scientUt. sees James. "Luz is only part of the "The connection in this picture because I don't
: Bob Crosby Club-cbiIx about the setup. The man I want to see is Not much of hw drugstore was want his daughter hurt. But I
the amendment. The vote was cast by a >n. Ranger Drama-aba we need far pessimism In. Dr. Boone. You know my reasons. burned. In the back room he had can't have my way because Hal
IIf the uwld. lie told ;
faction within the Democratic party. and Henry J.. Taylor mb* future viewers it U up .. the peace.leuluc : ." been wrapping our brand of mari- got his bellyblown out Gilbert
7:45--S. CoumsnisbsNews 4 Clapp pursed his lips. "Speak juana for shipment to a post office didn't dq lljat. but it looks like
world to
Broadcast-cb peoples .f the
j < > 7948 that faction would rather see their town Sports Comment-niba unite and stop aggressors. j ing of doctors-Boniface is clear. in Atlanta. He was shipping it as he did business with the man who

sink, politically speaking, than see the '.00-Paul Laralle Band-nbe) __ So is RockwelL At lea ,t as far as reducing powder." hired the gun. So he gets in the
Jack Carson Show-cbs: i our records go." "Didn't he send to a name In picture come what may. There'i '

proponents of the amendment swim. So Fat Grea Ian( Plays Det.cUvabo Scenea.-mb Use Torch i! Walter James scowled at the Atlanta?" Walter ,James. .leaned a code-if your partner's gunned

much for that opposing vote.Anybody ':30-Jimmy Duraate Show-BbMr Wrong floor. "Maybe they don't fit into forward." out, it's your baby to find" the kill-
I and Jane .ce-cb.: I this case at all. I braced Major "Yes, said Clapp. The post- er. Like cop killings. I
who listened to the CBS returns This U P.11.1. Drama-ab BUFFALO. N. Y.-Amateur Rockwell last night. office box he was addressing the Maslar said "Very commend.

: : IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST on Tuesday night and early Wednesday 8.55 Leave--Hy Gardner It to Girls Says mbs mbs burglars attempting to rob the l And?" C... stuff Boone.to" belonged to Dr. Elliott able."I'm James.going to visit Mr. Gilbert

: : I ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN morning had an easy time seeing 8.00 The-Eddie Friday Cantor Theater Sbow-baBreak nba safe at the Birma Manufacturing i "No answer." Walter James ground- a pale- tomorrow. You won't haul him in

faction under full tho Bank-abe Co., Inc. knew so little about :Maslar frowned. "But If one of fist against his palm."The one for questioning until you've shutdown
party working
: : Gabriel Heatter. Comment-Bibs what they were doing that they them is Dr. Boone-" ) man who can enlighten us is Dr. the Devil's Bar outfit He
I i 1. More Hotels and Apartments. All the announcers were TIepuhli?ans. '-1S!-News\ Broadcast-mbs .fS.30 used welding torch the safe I "Let them run" Walter James: Boone." might tip off Luz himself-if I uz
.. a on
= :2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. -Red Skelton Show-nba said softly. "Give them plenty of "You got me off the subject." has a man in this headquarters. Iwouldn't
From 10 o'clock Tuesday night till 4 Tbe :Sher l. Drama,-aba to try to open it and only succe-
.. Dr. Boone isn't to "What I'm advise
a 8. Airports-Land and Sea. U. Hampton Show-mts rope. going get interjected Clapp. try- even putting a
:: 4. Consolidation of County and o'clock Wednesday morning, they repeatedly '::55--Fl e Minutes Sports-abaNews eded in damaging the safe's com away." ing to get around to is this: when tail on him until you have Luz.
a for fc Umut._mbs bination. Walter James said and eyed the Atlanta cops opened Dr. After all, our good neighbor has
2 L City Governments. declared that they were unable to 10.00-Life el Rlley-nbc Clapp soberly. "I know this is a Boone's box there wasn't any dopein at least seen Dr. Boone. That's
-- : ; : B. Community Auditoiium.MONOGRAPH Mystery Playhouse-cbs it. There was just a gun-the more than we can for Gil
r : find a trend in the voting though each basing & SporU-abo i LEGALS touchy subject Clapp. but I wantto prove
I Meet the Press mb. I warn Maslar." .45 that killed your partner. bert.
succeeding announcement showed the 10:30-Bill Stern Talks nba .' ,. Keep in touch with vj James
1 Till: ohIlIIIT(4I lIT Till:
-: Spike; Jones Revue-cbs I me WALTER JAMES slammed to said the big man. as they all rose.
"trending. Those men knew that Illinois 1.:1.1.'TII: Jill" I U. I "1- \\
Dancing Timmbs I lie turned to the F.B.I. man.51t's "
his feet. "The ? he "And avoid dangerous
ItIT l\ *M> I-lilt '' registry entangle.
Ohio, Minnesota Wisconsin, Iowa and 10:4*-Pro and Cannb.11:00Sews. 4-mi: T1. FIOKIDl. I'\\U' < llfII4MMI. \; | this Luz knew the Atlanta asked. meats Til keep a guard on the
;. : Variety. z hr*.-cbs I "IKI.. report was in this morning."
No It's Gilbert when she's
I "No registry. prints. girl not with
Colorado are normally Republican states News and Dance Hour-aboNews. >.. .
: Hello Folks! Dance Band 2 brs.-mbs SLSRJORi.t.'i : i.<...K\\'001>. Maslar caught Clapp's eyes. "Tl just another automatic the Army; i you. I'll trust you to take good
: \ and the figures of the voting there that 11:1b-News & Variety to 1-nbe I'I..hot 1ff.'a. check," said the big man. "I don'tthink reported missing some years back. 'care of her." He grinned.
1 I told you so 12.00-Dancing Continued-abe.west I 'OTU'I'TU '.I\n I Luz will get away. It won', There must be a million of them Walter James's voice was bitter
those men received every few minutes \MI.I.IAM II i.4e'Kt5Hi'| go out of this office except with floating around the coutry.: "Yes. I'm proud of the way rye

: TilE ORACLE showed that Truman was gradually increasing j j,I,i TCI. \V1I.I.I\\I I Iffen.lant II 1.0 PCR woon. you. God I hate to think" of a 1. "Oh." taken care of her interests at our
:il' Honoiigh hir.-.-t, stool in my own outfit! "I can guess how you feel about meeting today. I'll collect ray
his lead in those states. But Saturday Summary I I rookl\n.. Nru "...rkYou Tm sorry," said Maslar. .1 your partner, James. I wish we thirty pieces of silver on the way

instead of acknowledging the trend that Time i. eastern sIedartf. For I I 1.' s.t ii.i.ci i.rakn;.ost. know the feeling. I had more-for you. But things are out '
I central standard subtract one hour I arc lirrrhy required i to file .
; Walter James started a new I lookinfi up. (er* be cenUnaed
WHERE THE for mounts standard .
: two I in th.i'urt and caumabove stoted.on
I :. was knocking them over, so to speak, they houJ I or ipforlb..' lilh: day..f Norml .-. ---- --- ._--- -- ---_ ---.. -
always tried to explain it by such l IMoiir apM-aranr or Sflascr I
remarks -
:: O. Glenn Saxon, Professor of business "The away that is SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 6 I.:. .tic.theise Kill ...f'th1.mplaint allegationsIhcrrin foriis.rcr TODAY'S niRTIID! '! HOW FAR IS UP? By !KACKE'fZIE!' (

as, greater part of vote Morning! I I ..ill.... taken as ronfrKifd

f ._ : Administrati and Applied Economics at from the cities, which are Democratic and, I:00-)11..11 Your.lannernba I, by ).u ansi! d..r, pro ,'Onf,.,..".. .-,iicr.d (Know America) I! r

: : Yale, recently participated' a radio de. therefore, should not be viewed as a true :choppers SpecialabcStibBarnyard Follies-cbs laird aejinslou. at Roy: Vvt Florida, tllioCl Will Durant of Los Angeles, '
I lob .Ias .., ik-I..lwr. 1'41' noted author born at North

Lute on the subject of price inflation. He trend." But even after the rural vote was !9::45 30--Ozark Coffee Valley In Washington Folks-mbs SI.-\I.." :..rk ..f nos thin C Circuit S.\-TF.R C.urt. Adams Mass., 63 years ago. ,

-:: advocated Federal budget reductions, coming in at midnight in fairly large 10:00-Mary Leo Taylor Talk-nba t.l!> Anne r Ixtntewortb Joel McCrea actor born in''
Red Barber
Clubhou.e-cL.: |0.-puty rirrko .
shrinkage in the amount of in volume, the CBS men still refused to see This Is for Tou-abe circulation
money 10:30-Archie Andrews Drama-nba Joseph D. Keenan, director of I
lower farm and I the trend, that is, so far as acknowledgingit Romance Drama-cbs ..
support prices, 11:00-Meet > H the A. F. L. Political League.;!
the Meeks-nbaNews. :\I ox no.: CIRNTV.l4)lhI! ).\.
2 more incentives for capital investments in: I was concerned. Their dodging the issueat Abbott; Let's& Costello Pretend abo-cbs \o>rml' r ">lh' 1941NoTlfK born in Chicago 52 years ago. !

first was ludicrous but continued to be Movie Quiz Sbow-mb. l is : :lIIInx Beardsley Ruml of New York,
plant .
; that pursuant to S..n 9 of fhapt -
: so insistent it became pitiable. 11:30: -smilm* Ed McConnHJ-nba t'' I"Sil.: I.| .... ..f Florida. .\<-i" chairman of Macy's. tax expert, I
Junior '
This comes as a refreshing change Miss. Drama-cb of |t37. known ax the Ml FiMIACT. \ I| born in Cedar Rapids Iowa, 54
Tb. Teen Club-nabsAHereeosi
.'from the idea that the cure-all for our Call that attitude factional feeling or Shnnrnc. the following fount\. Florida drxmld will haniin l>.- !!i''years ago.Charles. j I .- .. -.'

economic problems lies in unbridled Fed. spite or hatred or whatever you wish, it 12:00-Theater of Today-cbs: "U..r..1... f..r sale at pul.lw' out<'r\' f..r W. Eliot, 2nd, of Pasadena c : 5O5IH(2Z
hiCh.t nd leoiash bidtubi
'- eral spending, rationing and price controls is nonetheless true that it bores down to Junior Campus Junctlon-abc balute-nibs Ject to the flRbt;! of tli, Trustee s 1m-J Ja.1 I|[ Calif., noted city planner.
12.30 pr.ts mass Fund ta' .'$i-ct any and'1 born ir> Cornbrutge.. M5ss., 49
domination of the core of) the heart. -Frank l\lep-l..eU-ube. l.iil". at the foiirthou.f. 'lpmline -I I I "
) government every Grand Central Drama-ibs: years ago.
:i American 'armer-abc at ic's. .rl.M-k. .\.51. ..., thc I
phase of our national life, and other such 1:00-Farm and fiom.nbeCounty 111
-: The winner to the loser: "Didn't I tell 1lr. Qu.-cb. of niuni.ip.aiitiuac. wright, husband of Helen Hayes, .
dubious measures-all of which; incidentally Luncheon lnteraiews.aboSmoky mrnt f nrroa C rOth or nay 2'o.witl frrt
. :_:. !" AIL Uayride mbs lr Kill !be r.n..1 from an\' ,>ar1 1 i: born in Scranton, Pa.. 53 years
would contribute to the creation of you so 1:30-Ed Tomllnson. Talk-nbfl r l through which there i can..- i i|i ago. ',
lot state road .\, to all lands
Give and Take Quiz cbs
a police state in this country. For the fact Bernie George Sbow--aba talc to on..-balf ..f all rtrolum Raymond F. Loewy famed

: Li that the government has not only spurred In this generation of the organized an 1:4*Football Report Game on Europe-mbs nbo and will thrrr-fourtho I"- rvurrvrdJC.HSI ..f otb..r minerals American industrial designer, .

individual might well into \ IH33: lot I S as get some or- 2 .
:: inflation, but is still making more inflation :00-Lunch With Lopeznb.Stars Mainland flat IVuok: I Page i
ganization to trimmed Over tlohly.ood-cbs I $eci..nA.. 1"1 I Grove H Patterson .E.>ditorinI -
or expect get pretty
: almost inevitable. Fascinating! Rhythmabc2:30Football '
.: : chief of the
Sl.a'li 1S33. l lot 2 =S.r( > I'.ine.jana Toledo. Ohio Blade

!'" : : It i is easy enough to blame manufacturers closely and rather regularly. Football Camabo Came nbc .& cbs Section Mainland:I!,-A.I'lat l I.k! I I'asi-I".j I born in Rochester, Minn., 67 .

::: and retailers for the ft:CO-To Be Announced-nbe 2655-u 1523. Lot ::1 $Ir. 5. 1'.1......... I I years ago. -
high prices we Take Number mbs
a east .. -
Mainland. Plat lhM>k I I' ? 1X7. !I
I = ;must Apparently good WE HAVE "CHEAP POWER" S.30-Make Way for South-*.bs ....ti..n :!-.\. Fred F. Florence of Dallas.
pay. a many consumers Musical I'rojr..m-abc lasts TI::-. l...l < Siir Poim.UnaMainland. -I Tex. banker born New York-
.2 do judging by the periodic picketing True or Fak: >e-robs-east i l-Ut l>M>k IIi race 17.ve. i City 57 years ago. :
fi:**Lassie! Dog Drama-nbo ,lion :!-A .
:_: : of stores by people with placard demanding Those who advocate the socializationof Weekly C"D1ment-abo %"'1,,:. !19 t.I f: lat :, S.r s. I'om'-iana Vivien Leigh English screen --

i- : that the price of e everything the electric industry, and the final destruction I
:. reduced by some arbitrary percentage. of all private enterprise in that TIlE LOW DOWN Maml.uid.lt&st! l"St.. : "'Iat Lot I I'ooU!olr. S.I l'r.ure i5.slasa, l>7II THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4.1948I

However, as the figures show if these reductions field, make a great deal of noise. But, :< ." (.'IS7..n I''JZ;2: .\.. l<.. 2 Sqr ,. "l'.nl ..i.inaMainland. I (Know America)

judging by the available evidence their I I tat 110..... I Page IS7N .
were, made the stores would HIGKORm n..n ::-.\. Gtna Brancombe of New York.
claims than results.At GROVE .<..ox I I14T: lot :3 S.jr ,. ''', ..'i.iniMainland. conductor and
are greater born
shortly out of business and the sheriff composer
! .: go ; rial, lu-.k I Pap.l"7. '
various times the standard Scyti.n :2Itub ..\. Picton Canada. 67 years ago.
; would takeover the remaining assets. public Just about every day I decideI !f ,,":s. I.... 0 $Ir. .'...n.-laaa i Sewell Lee Avery board chaIrman > .
opinion polls have asked whether not I .Mainland. hat Rank l' I'.a;.. l"7. a- _? -: :'t tA: : -
:. They earn so small a profit that if it were or have heard everything. then,, ....ti..n :2-.\. of Mjntgomerv Ward. '

;: abolished entirely it would do very little to the people want the government to take lo and behold, next day there is :SHI-IH' T sn.::: Lot :i *Ir.. '. I"uselasShatnanl. ". 1 Chicago, born in Saginaw, !Mith.
hal T-nik I Page I'7 : 74 Overseas
i alleviate the cost of I Ihing. over the power business. In every instance. something else plumb new. Today Se.IH.n 2IMIU -.\. years ago.I Transpoi'tationCompany
I 14,5' 1522! : : 1..1 I II S.r. ::0:: r:2in- I I James E. Fraser f.f We>tport.
Professor Saxon hit the nail on the the public has shown its strong oppositionto it is a Ph. D. Social Researcher IU-a< h. 'l Rug Ton'h t.;..,.. I"la I !' Conn., famed siulptor Ixnn In

'! head-even though his proposals this form of sociali.-m. A recent poll popom'-off with the idea that Ik-.k lioiii I Pair.I4.11! ::3. l...t. .I 12;:3-x='-.r.. :3>>. Raln- I I Winona Minn. 72 years ago( Inc.Fast
L may all houses are built wrong and IM.U la-aih. Lie, T....... key, l-lat | Maj. Gen. harold M MeClel- .
: step hard on some toes. listed a number of basic commodities and lUx.k: I I'age If. ,;:j-,x. ,
t J that the Social Sciences should land deputy commander foi
%,;',-.!> |,-II.: I..., 4 S<|r. :S. l'oiii<'ianaj
i II I services and asked which was most reasonably I say- just exactly how much rooma I j Mainland. flat liook: I IMKr 157. opt-rational service ,. the Mihlaiv Dependable Freight ami Express Service
priced. Of those the family needs The gent don't -. .I..n 2-5. Air Transpoit Sirivitr. b replying largest I
1 FIGHT rS!>C* t53.: l. .t ='-11'| :3. I'.it..bn" I -between-
I number say who is to dig up the needed Mainland Pint, li-.k. I Pts.157.. Tifton. lown. 55 years ago
by far chose electric rates. I mazuma-or if his slap-stick Seitl,..n I101.42 \. I Dr. Allen T. Ha/en director of
: : 1131.: l...t 13.Sq: r. :r to Rain MIAMI\ \ and KEY WESTAlso
: There are a number of conscientious Here is another case where the public shows !so many square feet of I.o,\ Ik-arh Rig: Tor.'h R'IIat I I the Chicago University Llbl ant's.I .

-:: : objectors in the nation who have deter- at large is far wiser than the I politicians house for your family of 3, what lb..k: I.niisSs.1 l-aire. IKI Lot' .14:::1-"*".,,.r.. *". nalnI. I new professor 01 i English in Serving ALL POINTS on FLORIDA KEYS
do do manana if family Columbia's School of Library
: you your
mined that and who woo their votes by promises of ..... IU-n.h. lIla, Tor. H.-X. rl.il ( Between Miami end Key West
: wars are unjust immoral great
I steps up to 4. !:....k I 1ac.ISO.. .:.:-es. Service born in 44eais
I ;. and that as a result, they cannot obey the expenditures of public funds which increase And along to other ways of I 2k!tlil 1933. I.... I xr 4. IN.in..ianaMuinlan.l IS7.Serlion I ago. .
:: flat I.k I. Page
; :- !laws of the nation in regard to the Selective taxes. It would be difficult to finda I busting into print folks are be- 25SIS2 \. Dr. Rolia E. D>er. of the National Express Schedule:
I ing quoted on how the Govt. 1913: I..t :2. < :. Service Act. family to which the monthly electric bill should do this big new thing or I'la Hook. I. t'aa.15., :. I I thescla Md., born in Delaware (No Stops En Route)
: While we are perfectly willing to is an item of real significance-power is I that-you don't get big type if "TIM'STKKS CIF TUB IVTKKX.\TJ j, County. Ohio. 62 years a-4;: >. SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
j the Govt. should do less \IPIM,\fc.MKNT:: : ; 1'-1': "F Tllh 1 Rear Admiral Thomas G. W.I .
: : : recognize the moral stamina of those who almost invariably the cheapest thing of you say STATI: 'IF 1.1:11'\.\ I riTes at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid;
-devote itself to keeping the ii! i'ss'- '>.*\\ IKHAtetit Settle famed old t'rm! bullti night.
:- go to jail for their convictions, we do not consequence we buy.'With rare exceptions, I peace running the navy and TrnMe-s, ... I I. I. I-mid. i born in Washington D. C. 53

= see how the nation can do anything ee.); this holds for business, industry and agri- I its army, and let each state manige I :\I..nr.: 4.1111/I'YI,,' '.-1'' years ago LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI) at 12.00 DAILY o'clock(EXCEPT Midnight

but imprison those who culture. And the dependability of electric own shebang. ---- -- and arrives
stubbornly refuse i i So. I deduct I gotta say some at Key West al

to obey the law. service is one of those things that are :|I thing plumb new too-so I \en-, 6:00 o'clock A.M.

The young men have been misled, per- II taken for granted. We push a button or ture a good word for businessa -- j GALEY MEMORIAL' HOSPITAL Local Schedule:
:- I pat on the back for the farmer ( At All
Stops Intermediate Points)
haps by misguided religionists who believe flick a switch and the low-priced juice is

that force is wrong. These leaders, I there going to work. who cure and smoke the bacon. ;I CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock

-- who do not hesitate to accept the security That is what makes all the politicaltalk I the fellows who delve into the I Emergency Roam Service, 21 Hours .of t DnyQHetident A." M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00

I earth and Keep our gas-tank i iI j Physician In Attendance, o'clock P. M.
that armed might gives them talk about it being for
glibly necessary govern
j I filled. the banker gents who provide I, and! LEAVES: MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
about ideals and moral laws but, it should : ment to develop "cheap power" absurd. !J a safe place for any excess', Day; Vg7il I SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and

I j that we can save out. etc. These J Out-Patient Clinic, 3-6 P.M., Daily, arrives at West
be noted they do their talking in this We have cheap power now-and it is even I. I Key at 5:00 o'clockP.
| business folks-they are the salt Except On Saturday and SundayComplete M.
: country. cheaper than it was before the war, in the of t.e! land-I doff my chapeau. ,

If the moral and spiritual leaders face of the general increase in the cost of That should get me some big Laboratory and X-Rny Facilities
who living. The
assert that force is wrong would politicians would do better to
Yours with the low down FULL
transplant their activity into Soviet Russia talk about cutting the cost of government i I JO SERRA.I MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE
Cor. Eaton & Francis
: for example they might be able to test "which in 1947 took $334 from every man i I GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITALDR. PHONES: $2 AND 93 Stt.
I It estimated that the '
is aver-
_: the efficacy of their opinions. Certainly if woman and child in the nation, than .--
i age automobile uses about twice -U '
: '
i JULIO DE POO. Director > .<: = '
: the of the porld is to be spending tax I -
peace kept the more money trying to cut the J the amount of gasoline and four --- -- -- -
'_: Russians must be persuaded somehow, to annual household electric bill by the price I times the amount of oil at 65 417 Eaton Str 'i.t Telephone' fill '
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CongressionalGrist I[ Sick Recovers:Five Years, df>m DO that!- CLASSYFiED''ADSInformatioM

Mill ; INi I

jnrte !.hv recently celebrated her for the Advertiser

first birthday at home since 1942 .,TK* row REGULAR .** rsTrEnr i
is indeed a fascinatingcity. -her ninth.. Marjorie has spent .LACKPACB 'rrrmA Pa ymirt for classified advertl..>
The wide beautifully landscaped :: most of the intervening time mat u Invariably In advance, but
boulevards are unequalled .vcrtl*.iBcM* Milder '''I. "... r. ul&r advertiser with ltdftr a,-
since February 1943 until a few will b. ln..rt.d In 'I'll. Citisra at covets mar ka"* their ad".rtl.-
anywhere, and there are innumerable ;days ago, at Guthrie clinic, in the rate of le a word for each In. .,.a.. charged. I
historical monuments and j tertloa. tat the minimum charge for MBLICATIOV DKJIiLIIE
I where she underwent the first II word or lees I* Sic To incur publication, ropy mast
magnificent buildings which attest fourteen chest operations and Th rat for ......,..* "TP* I. 5c a b* In Tb. ClUitn office before'It
to the greatness of the past ,'suffered whooping cough, ...*d. and th. minimal+ rharg foribs o'clock In the morning .r tire day
pneumonia first ti word u We. 0' pubticatios.r .
of France. I thoroughly
I f I and pleurisy. Now she'sa
these sights but in view of present lot better and will be able to

world conditions I was some- i i attend school with the rest of the AH adTtrtlsUc .. _* under tile following condition: In the
what more concerned about what', children. ...., et .**"' '. ..".rtl.I... transient or contract The Cities will b*
the future holds for France. ropontlbl only for th. first Insertion In cu-.ifWd *.>rrri.loa. and InIH.a.tar I
i AdrrMw for ..'. lb. actual amount of .par occupied by th.
Frankly, I was disappointed : mimniummtnmiiimMiiBB! Huuiinniniv part ., the ......."..mni where the error _..ur..
at the general apathy of the - .- - - -
peo. s .r- . .. . . . I
pIe. I met some wonderful : N.C.C.S.
Frenchmen who were very proud :
J -
of France and who were willing 1021 Duval Street AND LOTS .

to fight and die for.it Most of i / White enamel, $2.75. Outside

those to whom I talked however, i DEFENSE FORCES 1 I ,i Five-room bungalow, practically !I white paint, $2.75 and $3.75 per

showed little concern over the PROGRAM I furnished. Two bedrooms tile gallon, up. 50-ft. ," garden

fact that the democratic institu- 'y... i bath, stall shower, hctrically-I' hose $3.93. Doherty & Co., 846

tions of, freedom of speech and ; oIIlIlUIUIlmumlWllll1I111UUU1Wi1lD1111H1nmUIIIIItMONDAY OOrVr'DAWDLE Tow rrf- I equipped kitchen, Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf
action were teetering in the balance I r I porch, glassed-in front porch!I
the waitress and hofef ., ,
fatt j
in their country. That is, no i 7:30 P.M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY 'service when you study the overhead fans throughout. Corner : Personally designed Christmas

one seemed concerned except the i{: menu for ten minutes beforefinally lot, 100 x 100. Fenced-in I cards at the Marshall Studio in

communists and the followers bf ,I 10:00 A.M.-Bowling, for Navy )'ard.parate laundry unit. : Telegraph Lane. Also walldecr.rationl
I I I making vp year mind.
de Gaulle. < Reasonable.
By 35011
Wives, at U. S. Sub I and handmade gifts
There are several possible reasons Base Bowling Alleys j I Flagler Avenue. Can be seen: of distinction.

for this appalling lack of national 7:30 PM.-Hospital Party (2nd | Salt content of the oceans is after p.m. daily. nov2-5t oct30novl-3-5x

pride. It could be the con I Tues.) j! seldom found below 3.3 per centor I ;

tinual change of governmentswith I WEDNESDAY above 3.8 per cent except near 3-bedroom hom. completely i Paint, outside. Watts brand.

the resulting atmosphere ftf ,, 12:30 PA!.-Hospital Fishing Trip j j the mouths of rivers which I furnished, 2 blocks from South I snow-white titanium lead and

instability which seems to per- : 2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. dilute the sea. i Beach. Apply 516 Catherine i oil. Money-back guarantee

meate France. Perhaps the abil- 7:00 P.M.-4 u k e Box Dance, 1: iI I St. Owner. nov3-3tx I II won't peel rub off or wash

ity of the communists to divide, :I games. i, HELP WANTED-MALE off. Stays white. $3.95 gal. in

disunite and sabotage all effortsat I I THURSDAY I 2 building lots. each 50 x 100. : 5-gal. cans. Sample can. 50c.

stabilization has made Frenchmen i 1:00, .M.-sewing Machines, PREPARE TODAY I Staples Ave. $800 per lot. Dealers wanted. Manor House,

believe the situation to be Billards, Showers. SUCCESS TOMORROW! I Phone 1002-R. nov3-3tx > 916 LaSalle St. Jacksonville
hopeless. It be that
may i FRIDAY
It is well known that every par Fla. oct29nov5-12-19-26
French have lost pride in their I 2:00 P.M.-Pre-natal Class.
has certain of FORSAL&HOUSEHOLDI
son a degree ambition -
nation because it was so easily I 9:00 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra. I
and desire to ahead
get FURNITURELove Noma bubble-lites
complete set
defeated Hitler
by in 1940-41. Or ,SATURDAY '
it may be:and I heard this theory l-Jfy P.M.-Boxing Training. in life. A young man seeking I' wf nine with clip, $3.79. Poor

advanced many times, that t SUNDAY employment would hardly consider seat breakfast set, barrel Old Craig, 1019 White Street

the young men of 1914-18, who 9:30 A.M.-Communion Breakfast working at any place I chair. Phone 1517-W. Apply ; nov5-ltx
where his chances for
would have been the leaders of I I I' (monthly). advancement 1-1 Poinciana Place. I

France today, were killed in the t |OQ P.M.-Picnic (sign up). were poor. That's why I nov3-4tx ; FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
I more and more ambitious young :
first World War. Whatever the APPLIANCES & EQUIPMENT

reason, one thing is certain: If }! ailnnxnrlxaplgntlmlmmatF.uallunnpustuu.When's men are taking advantage of i Sofa and club chair, $40.00; dressing -!!
the bv I
France falls to the opportunities offered th21 Spindrier machine
communists, table, $6.00; ice box. $25.00. : washing $70.
ur to a lesser degree to the deGaullist 1 Doing ; new Army and Air Force. CaW 695-M or 1527-M. i iI Guaranteed. Phone 1164-M.
:, a major blow will have These are good jobs, in interesting i i i nov4-3tx oct30-tf

:1bt t-n struck against freedom in.1 at the'I I exciting work. Jobs in I I I

Italy, in England, in the United I ARMED SERVICES ordnance signal medical en- I FOR SALE-MUSICAL
I Playpen kiddy koop baby bed :
States-in the rest of the world. I Y.M.CA. gineers, radio, radar, INSTRUMENTS
: graphy, weather. Photo-I I and various items. Call morn-'
One of the best things that has ; Jackson .
Square. Whiteheadand just a few of the jobs ings or evenings. 1100 Margaret -
happened to France in manyyears i Southard Streets I for I' downstairs nov4-3tx William & Mary period Schraff
qualifed men. Steady employment -
i occurred when Tony Zale, grand piano. Reasonable. 616
the ItDIiJItft ItUIIf//III lIIIIIIIIIII1I' i ii for as long as you
middleweight champian of Duval Street. v2-5t
the world, was knocked out by i MONDAY: I want it and good pay is only I' One sofa bed newlv upholstered,:!; n

Nsrcel Cerdan, a Frenchman. I 9:00 P.M.-Juke Cox fiance. the beginning. Food clothing plastic arms and tapestry. Ap-
shoes shelter cost 710 Ashe St. Phone Premier grand piano. $750.00.
was staying at a small hotel in "Truth or Consequences you nothing. ply or
Retire at half in 20 1060-M. nov42t.7 \ 1020 South St. nov3-tf
Paris the night of the fight which I Quiz Show. : pav years.

was broadcast from the ringside(TUESDAY: :I at no cost to von! Call todav

j in New Jersey. It was three 7:30. P.M.. -Shuffle board ses- I'I and get the facts at the U. S. concrete entrance square and .Elects phonograph and records.

; o'clock in the morning in Paris, sions on the patio. Army and U. S. Air Force Recruiting concrete door step. Telephone j I $45.00. Piano upright player

C but I stayed up to listen *6 did I 9:00 PJU.-Theatre Group meets. Station. 25 N. E. 3rd 742-J. nov -3tx type 6500. Both in good

| at least three million Frenchmen. I. WEDNESDAY Street Miami. Fla. condition. Phone 1569-J.

Although I couldn't understand 1:00 P.M.-Hospital Fishing trip. N-N-14 nov5-li FOR SALEBUSINESS novo-2tx

\ the French announcer, it waS 8:00' P.l\I.-Dmce. Class' Begin- j PLACES'

i f'asy-to tell what was happening < ners.) TRANSPORTATIONDriving ____________________ t FOR SALE-USED CARS
by looking at the faces around 9.00 P.M.Ye Ole Country j
1018 Division
Party". to Boston about November Fully-equipped -
4 me.When Cerdan I 1! Square Dancin", Vir- I 12. Would take one lady Street. ct30-6t\ 1940 Padard.Idoor edan. C23.
was declared the 1401 White Street Phone 195-J.
winner, the joy of the Frenchmen I ginia. Reels). passenger with '"r withoutchild. Call between 1 and 6.
knew no bounds. They kissedeach novl-6tx
other's cheeks and hugged I 3:00 P.M.-Photo Class. Seaplane B.-,e. novo-2tx
9:36 PAL-Dance. Orchestra. Call at R. R. Russell, 508 William -
and down shouted the ; they ran up and I FRIDAY: MISCELLANEOUSWashers Street: for real bargains in cut 1941 Ford convertible club coupe:
streets like
sessed. It was the first men time pos in I 8:15P.M.. .-Movies. Bridge Par- I taim, bed-spread blankets 1941 Buick super 4-dot sedan.

years that a Frenchman had won ties.SATURDAY irons. vacuums and.I dresses, slips blouse skirts Commercial Credit 421 Fleming -

in international competition : faros oaircd. O'Briant Phone :I etc. Cheapest in town. Call Street. novl-5tx

which the whole world had on its 8;15 *>.M.- Movies. 1164-M. novl-tf I I 831-R and goods will be

eye. Cerdan had nourished their I 10:15: "PAJ._Second show (same ;I brought to you for approval.nov52t. Packard 8, 4-door sedan. Good,

long undernourished feature). i Owner of 14 Into on square block i >: clean car. J. D. Bearup. rear
ego a present r
t generation Frenchman had SUNDAY: I of Reynolds.; W l,. ingt..n. William I 822. Fleming Street.

t given his generation something of j 9:4$ A-M.- Java Club. and Waddell looking for II I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS i novl-6tx

: which to be proud: he had won a 2:00 P.M.-Classic Hour. ; a p'opositon.Vhat hive you 1 1i

f;.. national victory. Walking along 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour. I to offer. Bernstein. 801 ''Roose i Furnished 2 1-2-roorn apartment. 1941 Packard convertible excellent -

the streets the next morning I I Coffee and dough- veil St., Fur Rockaway. New Utilities furnished. Children -con Jit ion. low mileage.

.- noticed that all the Frenchmen ... I' ... nuts. _.' York City.i i tinder 1 year accepted. Apply Reasonable. 616 Duval St
seemed about an inch taller. I oct30novl-3-5-6-5t 913 Windsor Lane. novl-tf nov2-5t
Possibly if there About 26 billion cans for packing -
were some
way to rebuild their pride in their'I in the food United will: be States.made this year ; FOR RENT-ROOMS I Four apartments available. 411 i 1949 Mercury sport coupe. Me-

country, give them a reason and I, William Street oct8-26tx I tallic blue. $2650.00. 45-1

a will to pull together for a strong j I I Furnished rooms, 626 Grinnell I I Poinciana Place. nov3-4tx
anti democratic NOTICE $7.50
nation Street.
the $6.25 single
French would once again take I I A 'public Hearing will be held double per week. nov4-3tx Bedroom efficiency apartment. I
Phone 575. 1019 Margaret St. 1947 Nash 4-door sedan 19,000
their rightful place by City Commission of the
I as a great nation. -t I Cityof
Key West Flo:ida, at the Com- REFRIGERATIONImmediate -r t nov3tf'For miles. Cleanest car in town.
I mission' Chambers in the City > Original owner. $175.00 in ex-

Hall colored. 813 Baptist Lane. OK tras. Must be seen to appre
Monday December 6. 1948. service domestic or
j ; Interesting Notes at. 8:00 P.M. for the purpose of commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration for two couples. Tile bath. ciate. Can be financed with

hearing parties in interest in regard Service. Phone 724-W.j i living, bedroom, bath, kitchen. $695.00 down. Ray's Bar. 627
to the following Furnished. $13.00 per week. Duval. nov3-4tx
Cows' milk is bottled or can- changer I
ned in at least 10 different from. : I. '. Apply Apt. A. nov5-tf
1948 Pontiac Sedanette, hydro-
i prudes and forms. RESIDENCE. "A" TO WANTED TO RENT
RESIDENCE "B" FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS I matic. 2,000 miki New car

: Commencing at the center Furnished three-room apartment guarantee. Phone 1516-R.
At least
different low
kinds ot I I nov4-3t
sold DOint\juf the intersection of or furnished cottage two Overseas Hotel rates. Coffee -
Y soup are in cans. '
Von Phister and White Streets adults. 4-year-old daughter. shop bar. nov2-25t I
: 1935 Chevrolet. Fair condition.
Pre and run thence along the cen- Phone 9292. oct30-6t
cooked full meals are $150. No.7. 324 Elizabeth -
ter line of Von Phister Streetin I
r being in
packed form. nov5-2tx
: Street.
a Northeasterly direction Wanted-Furnished quarters for! ROOMS.

About 22 billion quarts of fluid to the center point of the intersection 2 adults. 2 boys aged 6 and 11. DAILY. LIMITED NUMBEROF FOR SALEBOATSAND

milk and cream still be sold at of Von Phister and four to eight weeks from Deco ROOMS. $60 PER MONTH. MOTORS

-. retail this year in the United George Streets thencv along 20. near beach. Bet nstein 801 : oct28-tf

States. the't'erlter line of George Rosevelt St.. Fdr Rockaway,
I I FOR RENT-EQUIPMENT 3C-ft cabin cruiser houseboat. 10
Street in a Southeasterly- New City.
I ft. beam fresh water cooled
rectiun to the center point of oct30novl-3-5-6-5t
t Sales of condensed and evapo-I the" intersection of Georgeand 1-2 bag Jaeger Auto-Load Ce- Mianus marine engine sleeps
-. rated milk in the United States I bottle clove ire box.
Johnson Streets: thencerun PERSONALUla ment Mixer to experienced op- two. gas
each year account for about 3 ,I alongthe center line of erator. $7.50 per day. Phone I full toilet facilities. Slightly
; billion metal cans. I due to hurricane.
1-6t ,
876-W. nov damaged
i I Johnson Street in a South- Hartley, representative spe-
.. westerly direction to the cial reducing equipment for Willing to sacrifice no r. ason-
U. S. sales of packaged beer in ] !I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS able offer refused. 524 Rose
I ter point o.f the intersectionof Beauty Shop. Phone 32586 or
i will take about two billion AND ROOMS Lane. nll,3-oItx
cans. Johnson and Tropical 20125 for demonstration. 1600 I i

t Streets; thence along the cen- N.W. 14th Street Miami, Fla. I I I
novl-6t The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming : Gray marine engines and service.C. .
ter line of Tropical Street in
More than 1 billion cans are I I Firestone
Street, has an efficiency apt R. Smith opposite
t. used in an average year to plt'kInt'at a .Northwesterly point of direction the intersection tothe.Tcenter GARDEN AND LAWN !! and several sleeping rooms vacant Station Marathon. novi-lmo

in the United States.U. Low weekly or monthly
of Tropical Street and
Flagler Avenue: thence along I i rates. .
t S. production of canned SCOOTERS tc MOTORCYCLES
the"center line of Flagler : Collins machettes.
\ soup reached 890 million pounds i STORAGE
J in 1945. I Avenue in a Southwesterly Eye hoes. Plumb Boy's axes i 1943 Indian Motorcycle, $1".0.00.
direction to the center point picks. Key West Garden and I
Hed Brick Storage Co. Furniture 1115 Fleming or Phone 350W.
J Nearly t f the intersection of Flagler Lawn Supply. 914 Fleming St.. I
one billion metal cans 798. ; no\ 4-3tx
commercial. Phone
and White Street Tel. 1019. nov2-tf I or
\ are used annually to pack seafood j Avenue ; novl-tl
J In the thence along the center line
States. I One (1)))> Whizzcr motor bIke.
I of White Street in a Northwesterly -
FOR RENT-HOUSES ; practically new. 575.00. 820
"? Automatic can making machines i direction the center I i Georgia SUcet. no46txI
produce as many as 21-1 t I point of the intersectionof Wanted Cut Hair-WIll pay 1 to one-bed t
000 White Street and Von 5 dollars per ounce, dependingon Completely furnished
f cans an hour.Foklingbox I length. color and conditionof room house for seasonal 01 I 1946 Royal Enfield motor bike.
Street, the point of
condition 895.00.lac
I hair. Send full length sam- monthly rental. Available now.Apply good

hour.and ruM up to machines 105,000 boxes can glue per j JWv beginning...I' VICTOR City LOWE Clerk. ple.Fla. Lock Box 105, Key novl-12tx West 914 Packer Street nov5-3tx(rear).1 Phone Arthur 651.Area. 2705 Staples no53txl :.1a e..


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FORECASTI 1733John Peter
I Key West and Vi\miU: Fair begins Zen C e r
I issue of his historic N. Y.
: weather with moderate becoming 'Weekly Journal -
fresh southeasterly winds

., thru Saturday. [ 1781-John Hanson of Mary-
4 Florida: Partly cloudy thru elected President of the
j' Congress of the
% Saturday. Scattered showers mi Confederation-
o extreme north portion Saturday. sometimes referred to as the fiat
President of the United Stales"
Cooler Tallahassee Satur-
in ;
area '
1782-- The America ,
day, otherwise little change in f fjaj
; linc-of-battleship,,. launched, U
temperature. ""
Portsmouth N. II
Jacksonville thru the Flonlaj I 1331-An unprecedented Migration
Straits Moderate fresh south -
: Jo "
to the West eu
; in.
1' east to south winds thru Satur 1372 |
-Susan D Anthony
daPartly cloudy
at Rochester, N Y to lest 11M
I East Gulf: Fresh southeast tn of :
Women .
south winds thru Saturday. Scattered
I and
over'extrl'me lor it but nM'Pfpaid
showers .
= the fine
_ .. north portion Saturday. other iwise 137i Secretar
-- > of the trea-
partly cloudy weath-r
sury Benjamin II Dibtuw
Western Caribbean: Moderate
up evasion of whiskey
easterly winds thru Siturdav
tax by
'" powerful
.. weather with widely
Partly cloudy -
( ...... 175 and convicts over 100.
;4. : .- p- .. _. .." ... I scattered showers. i IS9a
1 '" >--.. Ceorce: B. Selden patents .
''''I'I No small craft storm warn-
or his
three-cylinder road
f. -"", have been issued for this
cnsme-ready wlfli
L. ;f .. it back in
.. .:.- area. 1878 but delayed patent till

(i'. Wirephoto REPORT world caught up with new in-

Key West. Fla.. Nov. 5. 1948 vention.
PRESIDENT 'rIa1 .\ .. Ou'IY Lugs' .\ 11.. 11111' ..t : uio battery mat s ot World War I : (Observation taken at City Office, 1911-Calbraith P. Rodgers

I in his hotel 1111"" ,,; Km,... v.'m jus l duel Gov Ihonut. E Dt \\,,' nad mceded the evidential 8:30 a.m.. EST) makes new world record crossing .

..le.tiun.tt'fi :.i I ._ltt a.tk Build!d. Pusid_nt Tiumin Fwuial Judgt, Richaid Duncan. Federal Temperatures the country by air in 49 daysin

.' Judgt. Hit'it i.nUi', ,nut T' d M'II ks. All h\t, in Kansas City. |I Highest yesterday 81 air actually a little over 82

-- ,-- j Lowest last night 78 hours.
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I 1918
Mean. 81 -Germans talk truce
1 ;
THE Lit ciou vi. \oii \VIHovuirn LFCHON 1. Normal 7bj 1934-Election eve riot near

j Precipitation ,' Hazelton. Pa. takes toll of 5

j I Total last 24 hours .00 ins. lives, with many injured.

Total this month .00 ins. 1940-Rooe\clt elected Piesi-
Deficiency this month .56 ins.. dent for the third time.
1943-Germans flood Gulf
Total this year 4561 ins. o(
|I Excess this year 10.76 ins. Gaeta coast in Italy to stop the
i71t SS U. S. Fifth Army.1946Republicans.
Relative Humidity. j
|I 8:30 a.m. ; gain con-
69'. trol in both houses of Congressas
47 States ,'ote.THURSDAY. .
Barometer ;

(Sea Level 8:30 a.m. ,
29.98 ins.-10152 mb>. !j NOVEMBER 4. un .,
Tomorrow's Almanac (Know America)
Sunrise 6:37 a.m.:
1693-Short lived Scottish
Sunset 5:44 p.m. ,
I colony settles on Panama coast
Moonrise 11:53 a.m:
to trade with South America ands
Moonset 10:3:! p.m.
,, the Orient.
j 1791-Gov. Arthur St. Clair ofi
\ : TIDES !i the Northwest Territory surprised -

_ (Naval Base) ;[ by a confederated Indian
Tomorrow ,,: army-half American army ,t
(Eastern Standard Time) j!: in defeat.
High Low ''i 1842-Abraham Lincoln. 30.

12:19 am 7:11 a.m. j[i manied to Mary Todd. :23. ini

D REP i ArJ t 2:09, p.m. 6:27 p.m. i I Springfield. Ill.i .
j i 1862-Richard J. Galling lamed -
DEMOCRATS \ I (Reference Station: Key West) I)05-The Nickclodcan Rome
Time of: Height of times called counts'*'. first name

DEMOCPATC ;j StationTide :high water house opens in Pituhurg.

i Behia Honda 1018-Armistice with Austria
IjPI Wirephoto Map 1 I' (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft World War I. Vienna delirious
No Name Key : with joy.

THIS IS THE WAY the electoral vote stood Wed nesday when GOT Thomas E. Dewey the Republican \ (east end) +2h 20m 192*-Calvin Coohdgc elettnl

presidential nominee conceded the election to President Truman. The Dewey announcementcame Boca Chica President. I

after Truman took the lead in California. At that time Truman was leading in 28 states with (Sandy.Point-Oh 40m ; 1939-President Roosevelt pA*,

304 electoral votes. Dewey was leading in 16 states with-MS electoral-vetes.. State'JUght Can- : Caldes Channel' .j claims American ports closed*?*
I north end 2h 10m 1.4 ftoOo foreign submarines and establishes
didafe J. Strom Thurmond gained 38 electoral ,v otes in four southern states. ( ) + + :
combat area
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NOTE: 1942-More J a p. land on
. SOBER-I tCED nEW":a' 1'EErsNEE Crow Nips (-)-Minus sign: Corrections! Guadecanal. Germans-Italian* in

:__ to be subtracted full retreat from Ecypt.
(+)-Plus sign: Con
Kids And Cop be added f Pmamopoan on Leyte.194.Greyhound bus. driven

: strike spreads to the Southwest
Muh -A oclliger iLincolil
1947-Election Day: Kentuckygoes
# a nt row swooped down from the ,' I DemocratIc.

t:ee, and tttacked children plav New Jersey ratifies new ci,nstitution. .
z T Tt ,ng, nt'ai'b\', The mother of one of Stronghold : the first in 103rar.-
the children called police and ,

Fdtiolman Garrison Clayton re- DECATUR. III_-i, ')-A braved
.ponded to the tall Clayton shot belt in central Illinois is knownas
the bird ana wounded It. As he i irn I the "Lincoln country" because Erred
'n' to see it. the crow I Abraham Lincoln lived there. But

squawked and bit his hand. The : the title is supported by current But, madam. I'm afrmlyou're
i"lOW was put to death and its ;,, as well as historic facts. A sur- making a mistake I
>',U tc. turned over to the state vey shows that eight relatives of '' am a doctor of muair**

sc ntific labratorv for examina- :, the Civil War president still "I know that.fl'pllro the .*

tllln i i ib i make their homes in Macon coun- ,, lady. and that's why I CMIIT
I ISub"1 I
____ ''tv. .
They fourth fifth
arc andsixth to ou Ie a terrible sin png
To The Citiztn cousin 'in mv ears"
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ONE HAND IN HIS COAT POCKET sober.laced GOT ThomasE. j

Dewey gestures with his left hand in talking with reporters ;

at his first post election news conference in New York. An hour i for OurFormal

and 45 minutes earlier he had conceded the president election I

to President Truman. He said it "pure fiction" that he is planning -

to resign as governor of New York.


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The l'liisr. ft..I........ rspre.ci. .- .
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wry .....id....... III........ oar .......- '' ti tiutks wiped out th" fntuf '
1'....... 'r'Le ........... .....1. Lefair imil> ot Robert Francis Phlu.IDead
aid e..fi.e tI.e letter. t.
.Km .....d.. aid vrrltrof .e wide were Bauer his vnf.. :.n HIT paler .>.Iy. 'i".co.r then two children. a hoand agirl.
the. mrilrrx IMH.I ar......p.'co. .., for
....... ... will ... ..1......... ..- The driver of the S'Con'l
,.... .......led ..........1... trailer was taken to a hospital ,

COACH PEPPER WRITES tieatment The Place

Editor. The Citizen: Subscribe To The Citizen

This, is lust a line tn say hclln 608
utdtion I have a Staff of four DUVAL STREET
I wuuld like for you to send me men and one woman in mv de-

the' Key West Citizen for one partment. Of course I think oj -

iear Key West often, but I am very
I have been so busv that I happy here and the work IS very

ItsArnt had time to write my interesting and challenging
many friends in Key West my NAT PEPPER Paul J. Sher

hereabouts nor what I am do- Head, Department of IIculu

me.I. and Physical Edui,.tti nMorehebd. ,
the head of the f
am epartrntnt Kv.
of Health and Ph\su Kd !o2. U'-I3 JEWELER



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: 720 DUVAL STREET : Electromaster Ranges S LOPEZFuneral I S Get Set For Fall I!
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... ,.. NOVEMBER: 5. 1948

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, f I Senior Baseball League : I Ij AFTER TH E BRA Wl..1J.Y Mini9 ami Frank Eck STAMPS IN THE NEWS

: !I

F Schedule Announced t ..r COLD An (W) Newifearure by SYD KRONISH

'. I Each: (:tub \\ ill IMay 0\1 l I a 1 I The design of the new U. S. 3-cent stamp commemorating

Out) Another FillrCanie" $1'.er11A'II': ,: \ ro9' G ,o gyp' DART 'o in C'Q4lS R, 1GES the famous Gettysburg Address delivered by Abraham Lin-
I ccln will be pieced{ en lirrt day scle Nov. 13 at Gettysburg.

: : FirM (!ollt."I..tSehedulrll Aussie Fishermen) I The Gettysburg Address was delivered ut too: dedication
i the Gettysburg battlefield on
'of the National Cemetery on

For Sunday I ScllJc> A ])ispiilc F d9---_ : Nov. 19 1863. The speech

The .rfic iI t(--hilf of SenioiIktsfball 'I now ranks among the most 1 1I j ji

t' Le-igu Ilam(-s scheduled SYDNEY. Australia-(/TV-- : i I famous in all litsrature. I Television

for 1948 show thai eaih club will Sydney's spear fishermen are ; Y : Lincoln had begun! its pi-ep-r-J
t trying to make with :- 1'tion the day before the dedl.I ....- !
I play the other four limes. ihliome peace 1 'I
I club six lI mi-5 and the vi.; the rod and line anglers. tion while still in Washington. \ SpreadingIn

iling (l lulw >six tinges.t The amateur fishermen'sAssociation t ,/ ... ..jt r ; After reaching Gettysburg he tin- ,
t the rod and line ; Britain
Any tied eamvs tr rained out ,
contests will l 1ploty.d at the boys) had protested that '& _

end of OM> M-as.>n if rMHMt (1. Each: spear fishermen interfered. I LON DON ul1The British

I. club will play MX fog. and sixwriirvl with their sport. N1i550aOG ; gaQSKA >.: u-U- iM'.n! audience: is growing

games. j The Underwater;; SpearFishermen's G. f Meaoily. T'e! General Post Officer

Sunday will IN- a pleat day at' Association called ..{, far h0 l9ljr sense iioo w aa.rY.WM+LI.elt port" :3.1 ;-0( persons took out tel-
'I a general meeting. The ,
Wu-k r's Helium.: The Anwi i- i9.X e\'IS'Oll receiving, licenses in Au-

can Legion tam will tackle the meeting adopted rules providing : It gust l-j run the total up to 61,700

3otrtU-r\ UM opener while, in that no member may: Or '! in Great UriU-m and Northern
Point a loaded at c $ .
the nightcap the Clowns and Rod spear-gun c 9ay Ireland.
anyone. ; ) l QS'y% N a l'a A ished the speech partly in ink .
Raiders will ......t. I o Radio! receiving license includ-
Use above i and partly pencil The Piesi-
a gun or spear I i in
The IxKMMi and the Bombers ing television numbered 11,324-:
the surface;; of the water. : dent then delivered his two min
are fighting, it out f t. Spear fun within 50 yards
plan | passmg August for listening in
of swimmers or rod and line ; .
The H-lwduIr} without them.Broadcasting. -
of furl ,
games '
anglers. ; and! it was not until many years
lows with UM first nanm-il teams is a government
later that the address became
l>>llIlI"Ii" and ilnlast. l n 'n..l. | 1"1"4'1 i iCOMMENT j the monopoly in the United Kingdom.
ot classic
"........" t;. I 1. .. .. recognized as one radio licenses cost
teams: rlulmSUNDAY. l M frtilh ,. Ordinary a
4ri' _
I f j 1 It+ ) : utterances of all time.
is-t. Television is
"1 NOV. 7-- 1 ar The stamp is blue and depicts; pound ( ) a year.

.'11,t Gam- At..uioH..ml... I I.. statue of Lincoln in the left a pound extra.
n. Anwriran Ltfton.S.i'ond I ONSPORTS RECORD: 57 Bigot 44 Wro.ig. three Ties PCT: .683)) a
;center. To his right is a plaque
} .. Game Key W....! h____ __H -, -' -' bearing the final words of the ment Fund of the Ministry of

Clown vs. Red Haiders.SUNDAY. address "That of the Conmunicat-ons. The 1 cent
NOVEMHER 14- I iiiLi' ; Survives 80-Foot green. 2 c pink and 5 c blue show
1 MAJORETTE SCHOOL IN TEXASAP I Ij people, by the people! and for the child.St. .
First Game-Key: West Clowns people shall not perish from the a mother holding a

v... American L** M>n.ctivl By ED SIMS earth." A'lighted torch is seen on

So- GanM--Ped Raiders I .*%............. j| Fall In Silo I the far right. Thomas and Prince Islands,

Atom* Dombt n. Ys.l I FISIIINCWASIIINGTON. SEGUIN, Tex.-Tht.e high- -- Stamp collectors desirng: first p"rtugw colunH's an the Gulf
-- -- --
SUNDAY. NOV. 21 1- stepping girls who lead the i: DETROIT-Alfred Mason. 50 day cancelations may sew J :&, i '>f Guinea ((125iiiles

First Gme--Ki.y Wt-* Clowns One wh I band, twirl the baton and turn fr' survived an SO-foot fall to thejbottom many as 10 self addressed nv'Iopesto ', off the

vs. Aoonc. Iburiljer*. I fishes the rivers of this count) 4! call-wheels before the cheering of a silo at the U. S. Cyp- the Postmaster at Gettysburg -\ west' coast of

Soron Gaint.-Rd Raiders vs.American san lifetimes familiar with Indian section at the football game con Company plant. Mason with Pa., together with postal _4 \\ it4 Africa). haver'
L egi/iii. I I name One who fishes in .1'.1'I don't just happen : r a companion was repairing a { note or money order to cover the )!? I i issuer! a beautiful -

SUNDAY. NOV. MFirrt 'the ocean sooner (>r later experi- They go to a special school to if r crane at the top of the silo when j cost of stamps to be affixc-J.! set of 10If.

r. Game;; -Red Raiders vs. IHTS sea'sickness. And one who' leain the tricks of a Grade A a Mason slipped and plunged to | i new stamps.reports the-.

Key Well CIown'I I:'dishes in the great lakes of this drum majoretu. the base ol the structure. Since !, Brazil has issued a new 1 IO: f f1\ .

Sc.i>n a Stamp
k goon vs. Atomic Bumlieru.l.e-I I ery. Gut the one who catches the members and leaders of high there was no opening at the base, :IGon. honor of the International Livestock -
SUNDAY. DEC. 5- fish is the one who seeks out a school band; get their basic training Mason's companion, called'' Exhibition held in Huge n- multicolorediflSAlSg I

I First Gtfine-Atomic Boml>ers mud hole and gives it a whirl. at the music recreation tor help. A policeman was lowered cently. The stamp IS orange and Ul1IJ ..!'h eSIVI.'S illus'crent -

j vc. K tl It.....-". On a fishing -trip of late the I school held at Texas Lutheran from the top ot the silo by pictures a sheep. 110.1-" uil riots native to the

S grind Game-American Lopiun I rivers. Gulf and inland lakes College here. The session is di- tl t i lOpeS. He fashioned a crude islands.Russia.

V.. Key West Cld"" n.L were given a thorough going j I rected by the Vandercook Schoolof harness for the injured man and Michael Agricola. who translated -'

SUNDAY. DEC. 12- over by our party. Fish were Music in Chicago. trwiw vje both were pulled up. Mason was the New Testament into has issue five new sets

4 First Game American Legion caught to be sure but the rate i I Many of the pretty girls lead- : taken to a hospital with a fractured Finnish !in 1548.' of stumps: reports Leon Monosson.The .

al- vs. Red Rald"I I I was nothing to brag about. ;. ing Texas high :school bands this: F a leg and internal injuries I is honored by sets are as follows: two values -

Second Garnr-Atumicc Bomb- In fact sometimes it was some fall brush up on the trick of ( rr' S Finland with tor Navy Day, three valuesfor

f erj vs. Key West Clowns. I thing to complain about. out-I their trade at last summer's ses i TOI))AY'S t\\lU new the Soviet Mines, four vaues

SUNDAY. DEC. 19- the next-to-last day of the sion. Others are looking fOi ANMVEHSAK1ES"\ t stamps The 7 for Soviet Sports, two values fort

f First Gi.me--Atomic Bombersvs. ing an old doctor friend of ward to next year's courses, j! m <-. i k ka migenu. t' ini-i. ".f the Tank Forces and

.[ American Legion mine had an idea. These include special classes m (Know America: ? ; nows a seven values; for tie;, new Five

S.-cund Game Key West "Yuu come with me," he said. I twirling, flag-swinging. high- I 1813-Benjamin F. Butler. statue ol Agri- Yt-Er Plan
Clowns Red Raiders. "Just about half a mile behindour 1 I., his
vs and Union of ; (0 : n ----- ---
directing. general
kicking, marching amazing
SUNDAY DEC. % shack is the best fishing'spot I church b .... -
Girls outnumber boys by about j career Massachusetts congress- I I i o c s.

?o Foal Gan>e-Key West Clowns around here." The old timer, three to one at the drum major HIGH KICKERS Instructor Norma Kniffen. with all her mangovel'nor.hO!>e life was Ii I I 4I The 12 m aquamarine Your Grocer SELLS That Goon
vs. American Legion. insisted there wasn't any objectin ._. depict;
I school a fact highly satisfactoryto ; a continual controversy with
Second Game.-Red Raid<<"H VI. traveling miles for a good I the boys, who comment: : medals for drum majoring, instructs three blonde TexansL others born in Deerfield, N. 11. I 1 Agncola translating The dates STAR BRANDAMERICAN

Atomic Bombers. fresh water bass lake."They're "Did you ever see so many ( to f.): Kathleen Kotvach. Betty Ann Timmerman and I! Died Jan. 11, 1893. !I+| 154S-i94o are also prominentlydisplayed.
SUNDAY JAN. 2- in this little lake behind the 1 COFFEETry
in bunch I 1850-Ella Wheeler Wikox. ,
good-looking girls one :
I Eleanor Luckett. ell cf New BraunfeU. CUBAN
First Game-Key West Clowns fchack I tell ya', he kept say comfort
before? ; popular poetess, giving
vs. Aumiic BomlxTK.Svtond ing. And he said it enough to .... and solace lo millions burn in ,!' Thirty-six :!o-eago EuwarJJlemmgway ---i Try A Pound Today-
Game-Red Raiders vs. sell the idea of the fishing trip. bl Johnstown Wis. Died Oct a paper manufacturer -
Ana-man legion. We put a little fourteen foot 1919. I!! contracted to rcmoa

St'NU\Y. JAN. t'r. boat, two paddles in it, on the i 1855 I Eugene V. Dubs the |I I I batch of waste paper from a base

Fit il GameRed Raiders vs trader and drove over to the : Socialist advocate of his :, ment. In the waste was foun I I12
\\. ., CUvn< eage: of the lake. There was great ': letter 71 of the go the FASTEST way
r. Key t veneration, but n in Terre Haute, ., bearing stamp
no road to the lake and only 4g
Svcond G..ITIeArro rica Le St. Louis Mo. PtAt.na..tl'I'
<<: i i l Ind. Died in Chicago, Oct 20,1 I rare ,
around it. Sliding
(ton vs Atomic Bon.lx.rs. marshy grass 1926. 1 stamps issued 1845-47. On hisdeath 47 minutes to
the boat over mush we : I I
1857-Ida M. Tarrxll, famouswriter. I I : Hemingway bequeathed!
finally: got it into the water i .p born in ElieCo.. Pn. Died !': the stamps to the Grand Lod-;: MIAMI11.
\vhuh was nowhere deeper thanthree .. ,
Free Masons of Pennsvlv.mi.iThe
; How They Stand or four feet. And the Jan. (6. 1944. |I proceeds from thesi!,- i>f
t r 1863 James W. Packard. Warren ,
lake was about three bundled )) \ ."
these to for the M I
stamps is go -
Ohio electrical manufac-j
yards not gar'
across more. i'
sonic Homes in E'lzabethtovtn,
The doctor reached. in his box '. turcr. whose first Packard car ]{ SER\ ICE
L i. bt-
h't Pa. Now to
IACtt.IltSEII.tLI.) : War- stumps are
: in
RP> was" tested in 1899. born !
.. and took out one-hook wiggler
a -1
sold auction 11. R. Han,
at by -
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Key Welt Senior Baseball League (the grass and weeds were thick ren. Died March 20. 1928. CALL 1084

(Munxiji..l Su.diurm .11 over the lake) and I put ona I 18CIV Nicholas Longworth, I! Inc.. international stamp auctioneers i-l
'l in New York. Dw 13i : m ,nur inn agent
Club W. L. Pct. regular H Ohio conga essman-Sptaker, born i
I. I 9, 1931. !I,i The stamps will probitbl: sect! lui
nine-hOOk-minnow-1 Died April
". .1 K-i.it! 2 0 I 1000 which was Cincinnati.
,.. bout $50,000 as buyeis:! toir.: ;,1).
... V Wi-sl ClonusAimricuii 2 0 1.000 My'
'' the country will bid ,tor th:, k k'A
0 2 .000
Legion gravity. No sooner the I I I'I of phalatehc.Intll'... 1
At.uiiMItoinUi.', 0 2 .000( diM-tor cast his wiggler into the I (Know America) group
____ I I
viter: when a full-gro\vn) monster '
1782-John Branch, North Cuba has issued a set of three !
struck it with such savage
Sports Calendar: fury it almost jerked the old Carolina governor, U. S. senator. (I new stamps each with the same;

man out of the bow. secretary of the navy, born in I I[ design in honor of the Hell:t -
Halifax. N. C. Died Jan. 4, 1363.
At this: amazing turn of events '
BYlw; Park. Night I I wad caught helpless and 1803-Sarah H. B. Judson. '
T noted missionary to Burma born
FRIDAY tangled! in lilies. My nine- '
< Alstead N. H. Died Sept 1, 1845. ,
7:30.: tu 900 p m. hooker was too much hook '
R. CUI' tiS.
sidering the bookable
.on-I Boston lawyer. Justice of the'
predominating in the lake.
TI1NMSBayview : United States Supreme Court at ,
the doctor, like an old fire
Park. Afternoons 42. born Watertown. Mass. Died
horse L
had heard the battle cry '
and Nights and went into action. Casting Sept. 15. 1874.

Daily play. | 1816-Stephen J. Field. New
m the same area the monster S
York lawyer. California 49er. ,
bass fairly UapeJ out of the I
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Sill!t.tl.EHn.ltUBayyiew { water at his bait and then Cahlorma chief justice appointed j %- -
( Park) disappeared. GOING UPI Patsyruth White cf Anahuac. FLAG SWINGING Billie Gault <(1.>, of by Lincoln to U. S. Supreme :

IVily play. On a third try he became I Tex.. adds razzle-dazzi to her repertoire at Round Rock and Gav Kirk of C>.mio :, Court serving nearly 34 years !i ii t

Texas Lutheran College. Springs Tex., i born at Haddam Conn. Died J
locked in combat with a huge I ., brush up their style. i I
.. I I1835Lunsford
SENIOR: () ItVSEHALL black bass and --aiKf" final ry''I __ n_ __ _____ "" __ - 1 April' 9. 1899.
I --- L. L o m a X.l i
Municipal Stadium. Afternoon brought him into the bout. ,

SUNDAY NOVEMBER:: 7- "They're eager" the doctor said SPORT BOOKS MAKE GOOD !| Your lloroseole--I Confederate captain 30. Virginia to major- t /

.. First Game--Atomic Bombers and then he pulled in another: I ;, general before b-larm-I I
one. The first had weighed eland {"(Ilk!:" president. >rn ],
v... Arm-in-an Legion. nearly ten That THURSDAY, NOVEMBER: 4. Nevkpi.it.: R I Diea l :Miv: 28 1913.! '
pounds. wenton
Second. Game Key \V'stCI.wns lor an hour and then we were FIRESIDE READING ; 1M8| -This day gives a mm'! that' 1679-- i i I tinge: ,; iokesKi;
vs ,ready to head hOI ewartJ. Another -I is prudent and full of 1' '''''lIt, '. and hllmdphllosopht'' Died in
party had been rivers and .11 l : ,. h, :\, !!Ii; ;;
Clubs will play in same order up There appear to be SUM minding ,
1 --
into creeks all had By
day they
raU as above but will reverse two. ;: I AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor I! conditions that may lead to J Jj : 1

first and ftccnd games. When bur j trouble and they are so hidden tfFOR r
they saw nice stringof NEW YORK One of the booki
Barracks. Afternoon ; most interesting: to reach thesports
Army big, fat fellows, they 41 wanted that it will require all the natural -
To be announced. to kfOw'h(>.fe We bead been. j desk this fall is "SportVj Golden Age" (Harpcnter & Brothers prudence to ovei come, IMPORTANT

------- "We had to go. quite a piece to $3.95)). The book edited by Allison Danzig and\. Tter Brand- them. The lies
danger in
bunging -
-London) ( ) Aids find these boys",the doctor said. i wein. includes chapters on many sports and gives u fuse Lnd close-- out traits that will not tend MAN
"You don't find this"kind of
fish up of the fabulous. twenties. ;J
.- I f : to the higher faculties: though ]: HOME
I in your back yard, yaknow, he "My Greatest Day in Football" i they protect the native {I T". _.. I. '..1' I. 'rII' or
MOSCOW) ) Zoo I smiled.. i I (Random House, $3) and Grid- may a.d 1. w \ t...... Itrrailuc.lalw.
(A. S. Barnes and Co. $3 byMurray Elam injury. I II ....I.., a. ,.._....... _.. -
I -c- Goodman and Leona..dLewin iron Gienaders by Tim Cohane. I ...... Il...w repre.e.talief .. COMMERCIAL USE
WILL YOU SMILE:? Lou Boudreau i I I.. _..i 1.1'....
MOSCOW .Tt -The newest ) is another unusual tome.It manager of the FRIDAY, NOVEMBER :5. 1948 -t..Me.ewt-aN...1.... I. .... .....1... II.....
'shipment, of animals bird and i includes brief chapters by world champion Cleveland In- :| Today gives a strong and in-j I ....u..... .... ....petrel .. cold
snakes from the London Zoo to Gob Humor Frank: Leahy Lou Little, Earl dians, has come up with "Good dependent nature that can ies the ; IN, ,.. ...a._ be: I.pre/aloe We Are Prepared' To Furnish You With

the Moscow: Zoo are on displayand Blaik-three of the games top Infield Play" (Zilf-Davts=>, 51.25)) native"(' through life with the practical Ira I..U .aad rarrfallt. .lrrlr4.... iHll IHeuldr a
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-which is part of an exchange throwing your mother-in-law out Blanchard and Glenn Davis ,I "How to. Bowl" (Halcyon Housv., reset may be taciturn and i at" 1kerr.,.ittr ,.. Mate ....."h. ........

arrang..ntnt'u..ktd out of a ten-story window. Guilty or Knute Rockne, Bob Waterfieldand $:!). Day's "How to do" contains : served in which case, there uI ; .1..41.4..1 II......irai.i.a. ....... Miwrha rtperie.eet' -,

beta eel) the London and Moscow not guilty, young man? many others. 14 illustrations on bowling etiquette. I i danger that the nature: inavj \mrriraa >....!" Mere .llrridKuril Thompson Enterprises Inc.ICE .
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Leningrad after coming on from I did it without thinking. help pass away the winter beside I __ i gumerally rommand the respect 1..Vri. ..> ... ... I. fir f.r-r. I ( DIVISION: )

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might have hit somebody: (>n the DameThe: Big Game" by j triple: plays in 1911. The B..-.tanKed .. rtuae rU1n11J11N/Ml| KEY WEST. FLA.>

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SOCIETY-.UUU..IIIIIIIII11Ulllllllllllllllllllll'''NEWS IIIIlIIII lIIIIDUlDlUlmlDlIlllll11Im 1 r LOCAL. PROFESSIONAL MEN Enjoyable Hallowe'en Party : ;r Calendar Of -Quick----ActionImportant-- ; '..I-i -r v 1? ,I IF n

Held Last Saturday Afternoon Events \
PII0neS. The Citizen Office-51 I JINKS. Lime Editcr An enjoyable "Put-In" Hl1owe' thy Johnson, Sheila and Sandy; :FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5- f J 1

Residence-629-XI ;' n party wan held last Satur- Sweeting, Lydia Media. Mirta j "rLMJS. Pinafore", presented I
.IIINhImIItnIflnhiniitiuiuiuu8ii11111111,11411.. "' .."' ..............-..... Your Lime Editor has.ree 'iVed I I that all that he needs to do u'"try" day at the Benny Motor Court Signoreila, Peter Media, Mary J. i by Music Department of Jr.- CancerCurel"By t. \
the following communications The pie will be perfect with a very large attendance.
ummm..OMM'-.N..unIllIlUIIIIIIIIIIIUJlIIUIIUlIllWlIlIIlUUIl UIIWIWJII: : ; Diaz, Chichi :' Sr. High School. 8 P.M.. in1
Pumar Antonia Mu-
Picnic; ; 7o Complete National I PAUL E.: SAWYERAttoineyatLaw i i.e.. the Key Lime Pie. i I' Candy, soft drinks sandwichesend jica Antonio Castro, Lydia I IAnuez School Auditorium I DIR JAMES B. PAHRAMORE t
Girl : cakes '
'! Furthermore I advise and suggest were served, arid Sidney Kerr, Dannie Oro- All-Day Meeting, Everready i Three, probably as mane as ... ,
Scout that he bake a pie of California games: were played, the prize of I Star Club Order I' five .ut of
Week I Elvira Barctlo of Eastern every t ; El'tJIIl111olltltly Key West, Fla., | the day being won by Nelson! peas, Benny Fer- \, ...
To .
Include lime (if they have limes) nandei, Jr., Cecelia and Steve: Star, Beginning 9:30: A.M. at caused by cancer could be prevented
Purchase Of 4 November 1948. [ and let that insurance executive I i ij Sawyer. Smith Maida Castaneda! Annette I tfi Scottish Rite T mple. ; medical authorities r

Commemorative; Stamo) Lime Editor.; I j'j taste both; i.e., Cat pie Versus' Those attending the party and Grady Sykes, Margaret, Ann Lu nch at Noon. clare.' ,*.

Today LS Arts and Kev West Citizen: ,| Key pie. Then let an innocent were Aida Martinet, Nancy, Albury. Ernesto Cetanccurt, Ele- I Girl Scout Week. "Art? and ) The reason they are not ithat, ,

Day ..I National Girl HandCraft"l,I dent Truman's arrival Sunday. j WliEREAS: Indirectly, you in-i;i by-stander (there may be one of. Joyce and Batty Dillon; Virginia, na Avila, Pelio Boza, Jr.. Car- i! Crafts Day," Girl Scouts to5,' few people recognize the early F ,
: I On Monday the Gill Scouts eluded! me when you :-;kad 1 for I, that ilk in the offing; I'm not Mario Jr.. and Sylvia Rios Diana Iito Ban-era Kandy Merinka j j Visit Art Schools to Study> of cancer in tbemj r
and local Sooutt: will attend art I plan a ceremony, in connection information about carrying "limes prejudiced) let an innocent bystander Blanco Yolando Avila Juliet Doris Nottage Anita Jiminez Art Appreciation.: I j selves and wait until too late"" !Ho I

stluMils and &exhibition in order with the purchase of the, first to California" and inadvertently I' eat the California lime a and Paul Perez; Joan Frederick Sandra Perez: David Rocken-, !I I Bingo 8 p.m.. Cuban Club. '[obtain' the medical treatm&ti

la study art elation. stamp at the Post Office which asked to take the\ stand, I have, pie; and, I'll tell you what! Edna Veliz, Armando back, Carol Snow, Sylvia How- Sponsored by Monroe County I II [i which might cure them. I

Tomorrow, which *- has been: issued commemorating; this} to say: to wit- ONE LOOK AT BOTH THEIR Pereira, Jr., Yvonne Demerit, land Hospital Woman's Auxiliary. j! Another reason is the widje ,
i is
()'.'r' Pay -Out-of-j the birthday of Juliette Gordon Question: Would Commander"' FACES WILL SIIOW WHO ATE Martha Borges. Jackie Turso, I Community Day Services St. !i!spread belief that cancer is incty-
they will hold Mr. and
nk- at 3.00 a pic Low the founder of |the Girl I Walter S. Ginn U.S.N. (Ret.) be THE CALIFORNIA LIME PIE! Robina and Young Romaguera, Mrs. Danilo Martinez Pour, 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. [ able. Ia ,
pm. at the Mr. and Mrs. Jack j jI i
new bach Mr. (
after a i Scouts organization. I stoppL-d si tte border in case he Signed: Daniel Garcia, Jean and Mary Dillon I conducted by United Council So the first step toward savipg .
busy day assisting the ; It has been reported that the wished to take some limes to an.iflUranee PAUL E. SAWYER. Castellanos. Rene, Norma and and Mrs. Jose Avila Mr. and of Cnurch- Women of the thousands ot livesflat -are being I

CliamU-i lit Commerce: with the | cookie sale which the girls sponsored [ convention in Los Angeles Sylvia Machin Houston and Dennis Mrs. Julian Veliz, Mr. and Mrs. I World. Guest speakers. :i' lost needlessly: today is the widp- t .
flan! to I be used fur I I ; Raul Rios, Mr. and Mrs. Clennie! ,
decorating has been successful beyond to take his friend. Mr. Arthur j ALLEN SHEPARD. MJ Plowman Martha and Johnnie I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER C- spread knowledge of certainjbp-
thitity in pn'panitlU\( for Pn -' all Demeritt, Mr. and. Mrs. Edward j : sic facts: about the disease.. t t
expectations.Gray of the Insurance Connie
j Eyles, manager 403 Caroline Street Avila Vargas. George Gill Scout Week, "Out.f- ,
I Romaguera, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- To assist
ha- and Cabanas Anita ; I '\ in bringing the faijts
Department of the I Key West Florida. Ray Esquin- Doors" Day Picnic Climaxing
'- venido Garcia. Mr. and Mrs. to its t
; : Wuiian Tioiit:: Company Honolulu Lime Editor aldo Joseph. Linda and Bruce tEsquinaldo Rene Week of Various Activi- readers. The Key Webt
; Ltitly Chairman: ; Of I, Machin Mr. and Mrs. Charles : ;Citizen -vi'l; piioiisb: -. sp :es ;jpf
$ T. II. a taste: of our fjmetlKey Key West Citizen: Deanna and Richard ties. | t
I I I Cremata. Mr. and Mis. Johnnie I ; aulhoritutivi* articles
Lime lie?!' j jI ,, IV-scriplion: Mr. Arthur EyU -,. 1 Garcia. Milton Esquinaldo, Jr.. ': SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7- j on the dAi .
I ( IJItar Avila. Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Ca- i.ansi j in
American; Red Cross :I Pt-isonally, I agree that the pUjI ; i' One taste of lime pie (only William Susan and Tommy Cassidy banas. Mr. and Mrs. Sergio Es- I Rehearsal, 'The Messiah.: Community ; MonroeCounty-\peration Medical with the'. .

;I would become btilraggled if itsv.'re i I Key Limes to be used). Take I,! Enrique and Villier Esquin- qumoldo, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Singers Meet 3:00: ; .Socit' ,

Make Report( For Month Of October i carried that distance; so. I'j I daily-especially after dinner. Ii 1! aldo, Orlando Esquinaldo. Jr.,1 &;qulnaIJ". Mr. and Mrs. William I P.M. at High School Annex i WILL > (0t) SMILK. ? j ,
j endorse the idea of baking the !! Signed( !: Robeit and Rolando Rivero. Nelson Mrs. (entrance on United Strtt..t.1Anyune ) 't
Mr. and Milton Esquinaldo.
Mrs. Clifton Evans. Jr.. Gray total of 1111- hours at the Naval :, pie tnt's?. Now. I know thus! I II j jj i ALLEN SHEPARU. I I I Sawyer Arleen and iLnda Cassidy! wishing to join Community J Hard Times 3 ta;t

Iwdy chriiiman' of the Kt'y'l t I Hospital; and County Hume, ;!j I Commander Ginn is no piebaker; 1 (NOTE: There aro very few5 I J Hinton. Sheila and Gail Munio,! Singers invited to be .,

Chapttr of UM American RedCrucs !"while a junior member gavea I', but. I h- ; rather expert in ex- bald Key Wt' tHS. It may be Donna Jean Amable, Audrey The Mesdames Villier Esquin- present. : "These sausages you sent ijae

I, total of 171? hours at the Navi.i ,, 'r; cting the lime juice and! using just what Commander! Ginn Richardson, Linda and Jack aldo. Orlando Esquinaldo, EloyGateia !, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8- II are meat at one end and breqd- '. ,
repoits that the hospital Disdier Lee Juan Rivero, Berlin |crumbs at the other said '
Hospital. it for other purposes. and I conUT.d icnd. the insurance M't'utlve'nt""lb. I Moana lloyd, Dickie ] Meeting Board of i Mrs. t
fend it-creation corps lists 117',2 It's the spirit of the |,! that the lecipe is s-i simple'Jr.Sr. .) I I Vassar, Annette Recember. Nant Sawyer Jr., Maria Hinton. Chas. Directors, Andrews. fI
volunteers Wives
I Navy Club No. ,
voluntary hours served dating I which keep alive the of __ _ ___ __ cy Moreno, Alice Curry, Mazie t!;' Munro1, Ralph Aniable, Gustavo I Home of President 88, at I "Yes," madam," replied tie
meaning uI Mrs. Vera :
the. month <>f October.Kiphl the Red Jean Nichols Michael Winslow, Disdier, Boyd, Vassar, Rita Per- butcher "in these hard limosjit 1
( I Cross every hour. every i Recember, Benny Fernandez, Wood. 1500 Seminary Street, j is difficult to make both I
ladies t'z. I endsir.caU"
iiay worked a i t day every year. I High! ,' ( Presentation Of Olffa Avila, Noima, Sylvia and' 2:00: P.M.Meeting I. '
Rolando Avila, Matilde and LouisAlfaro Steven Smith. Anthony Albury. i
Poinciana P.-T. A.i I.
--- '-//.3/.S. Pinafore'9" Last Of fereilIt1iIstfiil Jose Flores Anita, Ernesto -'.t Yvonne Jiminez, Luis Alfaro, 8:00 I Iu ,
Novemher. ? :/If-\; ( IVsl; i ; Night! and Fernando Quintero Jocelyn -. Delio Boza John Marinka, Car- :n.Amel'ican P.M. School EducahonWeek" Auditori IN MEMORIAM ,

I ) and Chailes, Maloney. Hay- rolle! Snow, Nichols.Winslow.. :
In loving'D1flIOCy dear'
Evening; On Again ToniglU Edisto Avila Louise Avila, Ro- Program. Guest- of qur
: dee and Magda Lopez, Cecilia
Garden; Club Held Last Night I and Sandra and I hindu Avila, Jose Flores, Fernando Speaker Dr. Lester. CancerFilm :; 'mother and grandmother, .Mary 'i ,
1 -II.M.S. Pinafore," the Gilbert queline Biankcrru>hip Julie Stone, Olga Lopez, Quintero, Charles, S. Maloney, to be Shown. All memj j E Higgs, who departed thZUKe r .

l'l.e November meeting of the i the efforts that were made to I II 'I and Sullivan operetta as presinted '' Yvonne Camalier, Eleanor Garcia Tony and Herce Celio, Gladys Diaz, Nancy.Robert Robert Lin- Antonio Herce Jr., Julio Lopez bers Urged to Attend and :I November 5th, 1913: .
Key West by the Music Department I Ii !I 7 Public i is Invited to This' Our' loss but Heaven's gain.
Garden Club .
was held i bring to justice the vandals who Patsy Johnson Patricia Lew- ares Mayito and Ocilia Hernan Jr.. Consuelo Quesada, Robert.S i'
of the Junior-Senior High School Meeting. We cannot say she is dJcJ- t f
&.at night at the Woman's Club- maliciously destroyed the row of i i'i '' in, Ernestine Valdjs Yolanda dez, Baby Sanchez, Sally Faye Linares Mario Hernandez, Jr,
i last night I was beautifully done I TUESDAY NOVEMBER 9- She is just away.
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mahogany trees Mr. and Mrs. Sykes Mrs. AlbertPita ;
h..uM' on Duval street with on Simonton I' and Jimmy Pinder Niles and,
Mrs. j Puebla Betty Sands, Dale Mit hell I : There all mectkVne
and much enjoyed bv the large Regular we hope to
(street earlier this Monthly Meeting ofi \
William year. Peggy Pander, Jenny and DoI'U- and Mrs. .Al Moreno. I 1 I
R. Warren president, Various I I and enthusiastic audience. tj Myrna Curry, Mary Lou l Division Street day. J ,
I suggestions were made II I __ __ ______ __ ___. Elementary j
presiding, and attended by about by the members concerning general -,j j Practically evtryone is familiar Gardner, Lydia Paz, Mildred u' I School P.-T. A., 7:45: P.M\ in i iI | We sit .nd think of you ana the ,

thirty members of the Club, pros- .', beautification and improvement '1 with this delightful operetta, Archer Joyce Saunders, Geor- School's Auditorium. GUt; ;: happy years you were.Hre.,, f

pet-live members and visitors. of the streets, yards and I' which deals with the love affairsof gette Carrero. Jeanne Canova ,,, Division; ; Street School P.-T. A. I Speaker, Pi incipal Earl E. Bin onl> God knows how tucIiwe J ,

Many matters of importancewere parks of the city, and especially Able Seaman RuTph and Josephine Dolores Perez, Thera Llarado Hamilton. I miss you-sadly missed. ,

discussed including the the protection of trees both on i! the daughter of Com- Gail Wallace, Zola Camus, Nancy I I To Hold i Meeting Tuesday Night Regular Meeting Key West ALFRED HIGGS. Son; t t

Flower Show to be held and I Ipi public and private property, and I i mander Corcoran and that Watkins. Betty Conant, Alva Jo -- Woman's Club, 3:30: P.M., at I FLOSSIE E. SANDS DauteG _t '
.nsored by the Club in late the necessity for an ordinance' of the Commander himself: and Steen Annette Ezell. Jimmy Collins I The third monthly meeting of |not begin functioning until 1928 Clubhouse on Duval Street. ALFREDO SANDS JR., G nd'ELOUISE : 1

February or early March. These which will prohibit the cutting Little Buttercup. After a good Nancy Phillips Vita Bar the 1948-49 term of the Division! j when Horace O'Bryant, present Study Group, Harris Sqhool; sen: 'm
Flower: Shows in the past have !! of confusion and charming Democratic-nominee for superin- WALKER, Grawdaugnier ; )- r ,
down of trees except for a very j| deal roso. Street Elementary School's Par- ) P.-T. A., 7:45: P.M.. at Harris
been comparable to the larger i i valid reason. melody everything: is straiglhenI -j; Sailors-Donald Kerr, Edward I ent-Teacher Association is scheduled tendent of public instruction became School Auditorium. Guest ; f

ones held elsewhere, and have j! The plant identification session !I j I ed out to everyone's entire satis- I Sheppard Ramon Cole, Anthony I for 7:45: p.m. on Tuesday, principaL Speaker, Mrs. Charlotte Has- ', VICTORIA HIGGS, Grail. I '
been unique in that they featured j j I was an instructive and entertain-I!: faction. 'f Torres, Billy Roberts, Robes t I November 9th. Six members have been nominated -I kins; Subject, "Les-xin Trou- \ daughter!: ; *

plants and flowers that cannot be ; ing one. Lee Goddard introduced I j Last night's cast was as fol- Simpson, Aurelio Villate. Claude Earl E. Hamilton, principal,, I to the presidency twice, ble"; also Film. Public In-I j ISABELL E. SANDS, Grattl- \ ,

frown m any other part of the : several flowers that can be grown ;! lows: I Roberts, Ronald Clayton Albert I I I including the present president I vited. i j iI daughtei : {! I !
will be the main speaker at the and Mrs. Fernando Camus
country. one I ALVIN O. WALKER, Gaitf
j beautifully in Key West and also i The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter, Key Ed Steen. Eugene Kirchof- )
meeting. He will use as his sub- served three terms in that
Mrs. ca- i
.c Warren announced that i identified some specimens that I j I K.C.B., First Lord of the Ad- J fer Edward Felton. Hoke Hol- ject, "Foundation for Better 1 News Notes on. 1'.0\ ltc .. '
she had.puken with a number of | had been brought in by puzzled'' run ally-Edward bheppard. : comb. Jr., Melvin Bell Graham Educational i pacity. j I j

the lefethejTS in the public schools i j gardeners. !!! Captain Corcoian, Commander Conner. Bill Neblett, Jr.. Harvey Schools" and Pro- Miss Miriam Carey a member The Danube River is called I ............ .
and gram. ; of the faculty has served three ..
that plans are going forward I j Mrs. Warren had brought in a'', of H.M.S. Pinafore-Ronald Clay- Johnson. Charles Auxier Richard Mrs. Anna Rosam the Donau by the Germans, the
vicepresident and
for the formation of Junior Garden number of small growing trees I i ton. Young. Jr.. Mickey Domestead, years as secretary ten years Dunaj by the Czechs, the Dana I, -
Clubs. will be in charge in the absence as treasurer, the office which she
S "!;he 'announl-ed also that the I shrubs and plants which she gaveto '' Ralph Rackstraw Able Sea- ,!: Jack Ward, Robert Kemp, Jon of the president, Mrs. C. ''! now holds. This outstanding rec- by the Hungarians, the Dunav by :1IIL1T
t the members, and 1
practically man-John Dillon. Threlkeld. Yugoslavs and Bulgarians, the
Douglass Sam B. Curry: who will leave ord of service is brought to light :
School which
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engaged !! everyone at last night's meeting Dunarea
', Dick Deadeye, Able Seaman- Stage Crew-Joyce Graham. I that morning for the state con- through careful research among by the Romanians and
in a beautification project i went home with a new plant for Mickey Domstead. Madeliene Berry, Sandy the Dunai by the Russians.In .
i for its grounds has asked the aid i their yard. I t I vention of P.T.A.S at West Palm the old data assembled by Mrs.
of the Garden, Club : Bill Bobstay Boatswain's Mate man, Stanley Higgs. Silber-I; Beach. Amelia L. Cabot, through the cooperation 1
in obtaining It is believed that the '
Garden the
Roberts.Bob Russell. Robert DtFore, I Middle Ages, hunting
-Floyd ;I : The Division Street School Parent of Mrs. Mary Sweeting Easiest to
S plants o.f almost any kind to be Club will accomplish much I and way ,
i I
good fishing rights his
| Becket, Carpenter's Mate- The scenery was under the di-J Teacher organization has and other historians. Miss Carey
: Used fur this I
purpose. I' and necessary work by its efforts, j' Ramon Cole. i i rection of George Carmona: rounded out of also served were universally reserved tor i
'! J' i i twenty years active may have during the:
Reports were given by the and the city has good reason to''' the lord of the manor. loveliest roomsi'Easy )
t tieads of committees regarding be grateful to this Josephine the Captain's Daughter dance arrangements by Mr. and work for the betterment of years records were not assem- :
group. | -Helen French. Mrs. Robert Simpson and the !,the institution and its pupils. At- bled.

------ - -- Cousin Hebe, Sir Joseph's First: program department consisted of !tempts were made to organize a'''I From time to time, other interesting There were about 1600.000 ........ -

I Cousin-Nancy Phillips. Nancy: Phillips, Eugene Kirchfif- P.T.A. for the school in 1926, under highlights in the historyof I business firms in the United ,
tlarris; School
P.-T. A. Held States in
( Little Buttercup, a POI tsmouth i fer. Jr.. Robert Simpson and Vincent Principal Compton with the the Division Street School P. I 1900 and about 3.796- ,
Bumboat Woman-Vivian Gui t- '' Molina. Publicity was han- assistance of Mrs. Julia Sweeting !!'T. A. will be published in these 000 in 1947.The P/j/

Interesting; Meeting; Tuesday Night i I! enmcyer. !'!, died by Carol Henning and Zola but a permanent organization did ,, columns. I harbor at Tutuila Island :)o. .,

1 First Lord's Sisters. Hi:* Cou:>- :,,, Camus and Carmen and Isabel, I IV
The of the Harris be installation of American Samoa, has been called
meeting new officers of '' -
ins His Aunts-Carol Reeves Avila were in charge of tickets ;
P.T.A. opened Tuesday ,; the P.T.A.S of the Tavernier.Matecumbc Cas lean Moore. Vita Barroso i I I[!i! There will be another performance Key West Cook ;, kiJrs1l1 ;,)HyWoman's the the South best Seas.International and.most beautiful in

night with th.- P.T.A. prayer followed and Islamorada. Irene Kidd. Patty Muiphy, Helen i of 1LM.S-; Pinafore" tonight -

by the P.T.A. hymn. Rev. Schools. This will be an all-day i 1 Smith, Carol Skaggs, Doris Piar- with Donald Kerr playing Club A Joy And A Delight control for Samoa J ;

Weavei then gave a very inspirational -' meeting, which everyone is welcome rot. Consuela Valdez. Betty Cas-i: the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Poi ter. was arranged after a hurri- !:

talk on Thanksgiving. and; to attend, and lunch will j jtbe pT. Betty Louise Filer. Shirley First Lord of the Admiralty; B. Your i eporter frankly admits''', gets sick as a dog and mutters cane in 1389 wrecked rival U. S., K &SI"I I

Dr. Lestci spoke on cancer, following serve.]. j:, Pent. Shirley Thompson Francine Holcomb as Captain Corcoran. heiself' : baffled about attemptinga about being poisoned in II IIthangs British and German warships: in
\ which a shoit film on'': Mrs. Norma DPI was selected j Johnson, Betty Mora. Edyth i Commander of the "Pmnfore'': IAlbel.t | review of the Key West CookBook his own home. 4. The woman Apia harbor during a disputeover

; the subject was shown. I las the delegate from I Harris; Hampton. Peggy Pinder. Addie s Key as Bill Bobstay. Bosi which is sponsored by the still thinks it is:1 good recipe; sovereignty. speedy lovely I

MrsElizabeth Singleton explained -j I School P.T.A. to attend the State | Schoneck. Ester Smith Gay Lou i un's Mate: Dick Young/: as Bob Woman's Club, and which has her husband never did favor thrifty Kern-Too '

the work of the Juvenile Convention being held in West; Buriiiso, Sara Brown Donnej Becket; Allene Spear as JOti-- beers placed on }ale at the Clubhouse anything fancier than good old I Robert Louis Stevenson called! is; unbeatable, One coat i

Court.: fctiessing the fact that the ;; Palm Beach next week. j Cl.iwson. Faye Pent, Myrna Cri- phine; Audrey Hayes as Cousin! on Duval street. .i(!l, steak, potatoes and apple pie, the inhabitants: of Samoa the Losers wallpaper" ,

Court did not wish tft punish, but i.rather 'i i As the week of November bth 11' tier. Grace Feinand, Martha.i ,( Hebe, and Ixtrrame Bennett as' First of alt she never reviewed the heavier the better. 5. She "gayest of the Polynesians." ; paiat.: pla' it.r.Ofe ,,

to coriv-ct the Juvenile Do- through 12th is National Education -j Gondolfo, Frances Meggs, Jac- Little Buttercup. a book in her life, and secondly ,, writes it all out and mails it to : liur lir.iDg.! ,:

linqut'nt. She requested parents Week parents are invited to I i --- --- ------ --- -- she's not a lyric poetess, I the recipe editor of the local The Atlantic ocean is a shade No"paiaty"udorl<<
I to respect the 9.00 p.m. curfew 'j visit the classrooms. The Study which is the least possible qualification newspaper or the menu department more salty than the average for Thompson Enterprises, Inc.

for their t-hiUren. ii i j Course will be held on Tuesday ( ,s'ilt'C1sb Suggests Jessamine; necessary for l eing able of a magazine devoted to all oceans, being 3.6 per cent '

Mrs. Dopp president, opened j I November 9, at 7:45 p.m. in the to adequately describe this Cook h memaking. C. Someone salt. Hardware Division J

t the business meeting by reading School Auditorium, when a film ) fines; For Key West Gardens Book. :I: gathers all these improbable I Phone 886

hum the) National P.T.A. Maga-1 will be shown and when Mrs. when ;i';recipes together and puts them Read the Classified Ads in Th ___' ": :

4 line the devotional thought for Charlotte Hawkins will be the | With the hurricane season ats:source of pleasure for their own- I' My grandmother moved, had, an expression profoundly -- ,,:, in book form with a few dry Citizen .JII'f' ; 1"& '";.,... ., ,,1 'n

November, "American Education guest speaker, her subject bem an end for 1948, the Key West !ers, as the jessamines bloom often I : "My heavens goodness gracious -1 i j I forewords consisting mostly of
; Needs Spiritual Strength." ,, "Lesson Trouble." I Garden Club knows that garden and need not be replanted, as j alive me." This was accompanied ,!I "prize-winning," '"tastiness" andI

It was announced that the i i I Mrs. !Mavoureen Meadoy was lovers are turning their thoughtsto once planted they send out I by a fluttering of I II i I "modern incomes." And believeme

County Council of Monroe Coun- I j j i the winner of Tuesday vening's replanting shrubs and plants, sprouts from roots. hands, a rolling of eyes and a most' cook books look and BIG

ty is being held at Tavermer door pn/ '. and Mrs. Evelyn Jones i' and it is expected that most people The older people on the island prompt sitting down hard in the''I sound just exactly like that. But GET SIX BIG BOTTLES

Florida Wednesday.. Novcm- '' and Mr.Thelma Watkins won'' will place emphasis on fi a- '!' will remember when the Marshal nearest scut. That is somewhat I., not TillS one! It is. something

her I7th. at which time there' will ]!: the loom percentage.Si'a' i !Krance, such as old Key West gardens Neil rose reigned; supreme here I the way I feel about this book. I{I I you have to see for yourself to ,

___ _______ _______ __ .u ____ were noted for. i but today scarcely a dozen can They've done it. The Woman's quite believe.
; be found locally. This golden i!I All our exolic-sounding-and-:
In past, white star je&sa- Club has done it. They've produced I i
years I ,
; To Hold Rehearsal! Community; mine vines covered porches and a
1 I But
and makes a delightful contrast monplace to us, of course.
c i I trt-lhses. wafting its fragrance on good reading, and with sketches, ,,
Sa.Aft the night air. Another rx.pulai. : to the purple bougainvillaea. :, and drawings scattered about in I Ii I!i oh boy, they're going to sound 1 1alM
Of "Tlte Messiah"; ( '"llotJll I They will remember too the old i j and delight to 1 I Ii I pretty wonderful and out-of-this- i
shrub) is the chalcas. which has j it that are a joy a
Key West pink rose which has ji i; world to people up north who
There will be a rehearsal by I siah" by the Community Singers i isome small white blossoms set in glos- i long since passed away, and given -i' look at. And that's SOMETHING : :'|', read this book and undertake the \
time in December. 1 sy pinnate leaves, and which is Never been done bet ore,
the Community Singers on Sunday place to more modern blos- I preparation of some of the items ,
r It has been announced that especially fragrant after a rain I to my know ledge for every ,
soms. It was extremely fragrant, I therein.
afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at I more voices are required, and the I and easy to grow. ; cook book I eves saw wa; so'
I ; and stately in growth, though Compiling this book was a
the High School Annex the Singers will welcome i and uninterestingly writ- I,I
entrance Community Some favor the Galante de well supplied with thorns. dryly vastly laborious one for the I

t to which is on United i[ those who are interested to join;II '. Noche. a Cuban importation and i j Climbing white roses are now ten and presented that even them pos- I, ladies of the Woman's Club, but

street., the group, and these persons are one of the most beautiful of all the exception rather than the j sibly very good recipes in i looking at it you can readily I
j wY rth by ,
This rehearsal is in preparationfor I I invited to attend the rehearsal on tropical plants. The leaves are rule in local gardens. Climbing [ sounded dull and hardly > see that they had the time of

presentation. of "The Mes- Sunday afternoon. f, deep i-reen. and the tlowers when white roses bring to mind "Ol i the bother to undertake. iI I(, their lives doing it. Furthermore
_. _. I they first appear are white, turn- Aunt Bella" and on'I I' I have always thought that j ji of the
--- -- -- -- -- ---- her garden : it is worth every penny '
1'- I ing yellow and then brown. The i Whitehead in old i the preparation of a cook book j asking ( 301 Yaks % Ddlt'iVA- .,.,
do I street the days moderate price they're
"Why call her !
1''I Thompson you
WH.1. YOl'; SMILE:? : something
'I Galante may be grown from seed, ; There were white roses climbing ,j went through stages for it and it wouldn't surprise
Heart Peggy I and are prolific bloomers in sea- over fence and trellis over the like this: 1. A woman figures ; bit if it turns out to be a
Peg <* My I "Oh," replied Meek. "Peggy's | son. kitchen and across the garden toI I 1 I out some awful combination blend !1 financial: success, as well as an ONLY9''!

In the witchcn of the Me khousehold I a little pet name I have for her." i I Almost everyone here is acIquamted neighboring fences. I;}I almost impossible-to 2. She tries- it out in-I'! ai tistic one. .. I
with the gredients. ,
I He leaned forward and dropped stephanotis. a And Bella's kitchen was as fragrant NINA. I
the little woman was 3. Her J
I' !j vine with racemes of waxy whiteblos.oms. as her garden for she made :i i her husband. j Ldtrs.iced W beattcr you hop, alwayi- talu borne lix U*.
his to \vhis- --
busy with and while voice a This also be --- -
pots pans I may grown pies to be taken by "Uncle Tom" j -- - -- BIG U-ounoi boiUe >i Pepw-i obi for U*
in the parlor the "Lord and Mas per. "You see Peggy is short for 'ii ,I i from seed. An interesting point to the Navy vessels, in the har- 11 I I Ii ?>)-Three-year-old Beth: Gray I U M6. IK U_ kuttlM! f mjy' r..wltt Call ilaaat.. jjfcm air nil!
i Pegasus was an immortal about the stephanotis is that it is
ter" of the establishment held' Pegasus. bor. j. 8by"sNeek U.cvi to lullow it kitten through
steed and an immortal the sacred flower of Bali i. and I Aunt Bella knew her pies and I of wooden fence. Herr '
i his the posts a
subdued with
converse I I H| Ct f i
j steed is an everlasting nag. figures prominently in all Balm-, also had a green thumb, which I >--d got stuck and she struggled tLtIiVj", tt ,
neighbor, Mr. Thompson."I And then in a louder \'oit-e,1'I ese weddings. accounted for the great sale of ;' Broken I' to free herself. She was
wife's "Yej, Peggy, I'm coming Hedges of Grand Duke Bottled by: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Key West
name jessa-1
thought your I i I leer pies and for the beauty ofi ..fund dead wedged in the fvneewIth
was Susanvb erved Mr away!" j uune would be :a never-ending:;:!her garden witb its wtat c .es. I: WEST WITTERING. England a Lrs/keii; neck-1 Under appointment from Pepsi Cold Company. New York


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m.-...... .. VYYV..Y YV...."."".".""... ........' THEY'RE; JUBILANT IN DEMOC1UTIC IIEL\IQUARTERS I IA Ia Iv t 8 Key Westers Miss; Hurt Here I Three Ilirlhs In

OInterest;To:Von, tint | To Be Program i\\Nttrfil llospilulI / ;

y ,
I Join Army Forces I I
\ Director YMCA i A seven.pound. thirteen ufice
Too Late To
Classify son was bfirn in the U. b Naval
Sergeants Vietinghoff and Ro- I Miss Wahneeta Burt t>f Mun
zar of the U. S Army and U. & cie.. Ind arrived in Key West: today Hospital t-rMik Jane Davey wife !

t 8r RUSSELL\ KAY Air Force 'n ,ultinS team an- I and will become Nov. 15 the of LCDR harry Djvey; USS Cu- .

t: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& AA&&& Itv nounced today that the following program director of the Armed 1 bera Naval Station The babv has E|

Key West men have been accepted -,Services YMCA in Key West been named Douglas Harry I
JjT.M; : 1 !.Siiokifiu.ui Adtorales An Organized; AndEftaMMiril ,
t the
for enlistment in Miss Burt will succeed Jerry I A seven jKHirnl, thirteen ounce! j

.: Merchandizing Program For Slate Regular Army and the Regular; Pinder who i is. resigning;: November son was born to Mrs. Josephine I
Air Force I Stankiewicz. wife of John. Jr,
.' i>Problems Meeting Florida's two leading industm "Touriitt" I Joseph E. McCulIoush.; 2800 director 15; after of_six the years old USO as aDd program : Boca Chica. He has been naiiad

ind"Citrus"", were the principal topic discussed at the> annual eonventran II I II Staples Ave. Norman W John the new Aimed Services YMCA. I I Stephen Roy. I

oi the Florida Publicity and Public TleUticni and the Florid 'iir son 1128 Margaret SU Kermit II Pinder will j join a dance school; I An eight pound, six and one i

I .< Aitrec.honli Assoridlions which mcJ' iouitlVa-X rgte 1111 wwk. 'r I Sweeting, 1410 Petronia SU Edward Miss Burt was here about two I half ounce son was born to Mrs. i
St., Helen wife of Carl '
Torrano 624 Fleming Cooper
l.-.LJ.ida 4i -serving with the old :
'1' J U'..U .J..J. ury..MC-1> ? years ago.
lm + -
I f. bptakng: Moans .e: HIII a. I !
Carl 11. BfiU Jr. 61-2 Poinciana USO. LasLyear. aba filled in during -I Cooper, SN NAS Boca Chita
CI tuft Mutual. i It" k UK M-vts :.H. and pj.inle.1t.ut! .thah" t PIUS Place ana Dan Stirrup, 1413Olevia' the absence of. Lesleigh Davis The n wcomec has been names :
... lf.ii "J't"t... Ixisinej. and"mdir.trv in Jhe slate mlkuffn Garfand '
I .p iitvnl I \\i < Y I street ,- director of-the YMCA. I Wayneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
if Vt'* f..il in iHCdiu/t Hiiil ('st..I.I l lili ;Mdcrly1 mn-vliandicing'prugeam .. : k1y1I They have also accepted the

U> 1..I.I..hI U irwukel Klmuias cilius cnJp ;j.r I"r folio- ing colored applicants To Wed'

" r Eillp..nG. the SlH4LIKof II I Ir- .-. z. John Lewis Gray 721 Thomas bt, Apply
I he wtuali'in lt>. imintfl: t.. .thesteadily anNM9aaIMNaaeiiiuHiw ...... niiaa UawwV4'st +t 3a and Samuel Jonathan Browne, An application for a marriagtlicense ; I -BICYCLES- ,
.miuarnol -
IMIiiii. rdiu.- iHIS Apt IE Fort Village. "
thai unl,... MuUiil t cmwits ... hione All. of these young men have ; vas filed yesterday in the and
rontlol. ,,f 7V ol liv' fruit i ., \ I ; xoluntcere-1 for the regular office of County Judge Raymond j I Repaired RentedAlso
I R. Lord by LeRoy E. Gillis. 25. '
and .'ti'.n trv tlv liftf ot enlistment
get in '>|*r 1 .year term in Stock-NEW
.> the rar it will mean another lt1'S ((' ; ii""' During; their stay here theRcciuitm i and Margaret Mlinarik, 22 both
:I ; ) ,of 421 Simonton streetIt 1 1I t BICYCLES TRICYCLES
1 tusa trou! season :?; Team! also: interviewed t __
:'Cmnphmeutiii.-: >' Hmidilnkrr \ & ni.c..J everal applicant for the WAGONS .
.\-. .. iol,..n for their --- WAC. and:TVAF. I is estimated there are
about 9.000 and SKATES
lillllf".rl| ol' Mutual .md I i ailing: ittrntion 5. 193Siiiiiiiiiiiiim.uimiimimiiniiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiMm 'j' Wir" >hoto The Recruiting Sergeants; fur- farms. airplanes on U. S.

to Uri tat > t that banks ther stated that they were ex-'
; : JOYFUL CELEBRATION PREVAILS jn Democratic: headquarters! in the Hotel Biltmore at New tremely well pleased with the Overseas Cycle Store

': The Lions' Club,i The 'Jaycees: : York. its election returns place President Truman ahead. cf Gov. Thomas E. Dewey in the pr,*identul I high calibre of the young men Saltiest -of all ocean areas is 920 Division S,. Phone 130Se

r,rt. and. the Stone .. Church, .Service I r' rare.THEY'RE' accepted the Red Sea.TEEN ........................ I
r I next to. this
Their trip city
r rive to raise
Club active in a i -
are I' -- -. -
I will be early in December: i ti* t Sale Tfcit We k Oly ;
nn advertising fund for the Key NOT JUIULAIST I liN (;.(".P.! llr' \lOl) UtlMKS: Ir I 98 THli COUFON WO TH 4J2m 8t

: West Chamber of .Commerce. III Ladies( Night At NEW STMAMUNie, IILISS I!
; E. Day who initiated the pr r'f' ,

# po;al that a fund to raised.to advert ... -'r. I K. W. Lions; ClubLadies BALL POINT PEN 1
I 11
; ise Key West ,through; the '
,Chamber\ of Commerce, said today -
Night qbserved 1
that other civic clubs in KeyI I last night by the Key West Ir I
to in
I West will be requested join ,
Lions Club. The program was
the movement. presented under direction: of I. WlfTES TO 3 TEARS WITHOUT IIFILLIN. .

Robert Pollock, chairman of the I .,. ... ..q HI _tkr.1.-" .. ... f._ --1Ir aJii j
office MI- \jl.1 p-- __....... .
Head of the AAA in iss." t. _
,. t Social Committee, while Allan Lba.i C.'t ....... -1 ..... t...... dry_. wY.a 4 .. ......
here today in the interest \ } I I ........ __ ,
.ami is Hampton served as master of1 a.a ww.ri..a hair Sp. a- ... ...... a.\ I
j ..f the school patrols in Key West ceremonies.T a :..:at.rN.i.. I:::..w.w..t. M.4 tilers .... ,IW .sii auo. ...... .
f will
i lie said headquarters give
I(whatever assistance it can tonc.ke I h'e program consisted o f i .SRII Central 1'harniacj, White dt Divi!iof I.IZ

group singing; a vocal solo by -.........-- -- ..
the -
: patrol a success '
Mrs. Paul Herrick: a vocal solo I

rfy with a guitar accompament by I 10
Members of the Jaycees
-. --. Roy Schneider: a piano selectionb THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES
; if wa.ting for the city to paint :
t Dan Schoneck and Mary
RUSSELL KAY signs, began today to paint '
i <
BhLOW I Pntchard Located in the Heart ol tie
and STOP on Duval
\ Writes About the "TouJlst"and''CJlrus' nd Simonton streets.signs 1 1t i ii Past President Earl Hamilton RATES
Problems j presented Larry Dion and Stuart REASONABLE ROOMS forrRESERVATIONS

i Key West Woman's Club and Whiting; with certificates of with BATH and TELEPHONE
rannut afford to risk, depositors'money I membership in the club.
the local Rotary club!: have agreed;
in finaming arming or i I In assist the Key West Junior t Ford
other operations unless stability 1 U S. scientists estimate that Pershing Miller\
Chamber of Commerce in pre-
is found for the industry', he at least one-third of the fertile

urged publicists to pet behind I I events jaring; and a program sports activities for social in U S. \top soil in the nation has Hotel Hotel Hotel

the movement and help put Mu- ; tbeen washed away and lost since 60 N.E. 3rd St. 228 NX. 1st AT.
West the tourist .
I Key during sea 223 NE. tat AT*
tual over qunckly since! org3nizUon white-men cameto America. 80 Rooms 100 Rooms

was the only answer. to the iOn. i i iw ElevatorSolarium I Elevator 80 Rooms
ae1. i k --- J Elevator
problem Charles Salas, linesman for the Heated
Following his talk the Florida
Publicity fend Public latums Key West Electric Company. had -- 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATIONPEARLMAN'S
his right leg broken in two places < > Wirtphotoi
Association ap|>ointcd a committee 1 HOT WASHERS
\this morning. lie was up a pole .
to consult with Mutual officials 22 feet above the ground, in front SCATTERED GROUPS of Republican followers quietly discuss election returns in Republican j. -

in an effort to sec what uf 1021 Washington street, when headquarters in tb. Hotel Roosevelt at New York with C.O.P. Presidential Nominee Thomas E. i $26.95 and $36.95ELECTRIC
might be done by the publicists
the pole broke in two near the Dewey ailing! President Truman. I
Croup: to aid in solving the citrus .
ground In the fall Salas' right FANS-
problem.The - ----- I
leg was caught under the pole I II

Winter question travel in of which tourisU members and I and fractured below I the kneecap K":)' WEST: i'UKi'_\ms{ : The United 1 States. pioUuicc! 61 : 5.15 |0811.95TRQPICAL I INCORPORATED ;
were more directly intcie&ted<< Me was taken to the Marine Hospital (Continued From Page One) ,IMimmau() per| tint mule food in the last: I "T/lfc; STOKE OF JL ,IJT1"Key :
for treatment. two of Woilcl War II than r II I West's Largest LADIES'.
.. was discussed at length Speakersrepresenting tu dispense with the eustuinaty years: J MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Store :
travel I Tomorrow P.M. ''in the last two years of WoildWar TRADER
agencies :Hun! salute (

f transportation/ agencies ii and xnpanies|publishers>> advtrtung reported -- roc Melvin county of public E. today Russell instruction requested superintendent in Mon-vo-- President The.Navy'full Chase honors will,ateord with to a'I:',;1 Funeral: bcivitxs for H.IIIV E.j fewer I farm and did woikeib it with. I,oOO.000 t_ 718 DUTB! Street Phont 1000 Ii I New Shipment of Ladkc'Dnsfes"Junior

Utth -- --,-- -- -
on conditions in teti..lo-bjipgort the schapr parity Marine Guard{ Honor and with Plowman. 42, who dash in -- -- T I First". "Evelyn Alden". "Marie Philips". "Jane Evans", 1 1I
Florida and the North. '
in amendment, whieh, "if adopTcd, sailors lining the route the President Yolk. will l lie held tomorrow al I .
i "Barbara Fields" "Nan Scott". "Suzie Perett", "Patricia Fair".
Joseph R. Jaroby : will school teachers follow 4 p.m. in the chapel I i.t tin La.P7 i
put on an will leading from the | LEWINSKY'S MENS SHOP i
and Other Known
representative for a G"PUhh.hl.rs'l Funeral Home Rev. .Ian' ', HMacConmll as adredlued in your favorite magacine. -
equal basis with employes: in base barrIers to the Little White l t I
per handling ti.ivtl L. I Come in and se* these smart <
ol St 1',1' .
other state departmentsRobeit II I uuse. Cmm nofficiating illUl I 847
advertising warned I. looking! frocks. Sues 7 to 20 at I
and sail I j jI The Chainlx.r of Lninmtrti toW -
juoy.noll.n" is over
Graham, ofIII' Burial will U' <1111") f mi1plol
supervisor d" "-
sqnl a st 1 to all businessfiring :
I i I'CtI\lf
loPOt.le| arc not "I"\ oiling;: like theyyuew navigation facilities in KeWest > and ui'iiviluaU| :: in City OiiKtiivSurvivors II AGE DRESSES for
and v.il along; the About
) to .in dinianding BETWEEN
I br
1. told The Citizen today that route 1o IIP followed by the President : \Vnlow MIS. 1\1"11 ,i i
J ui for their <|(lllarHe the personnel of the two radio to dtciiiate tbrii in'la PI..wmantm.: :: -. (01"11 l IJ iv "PETITEEN"Sizes Your Linens
plires.The ... ?
staled that lour
1 |haootxcllve| I
:stations in Key West will lie inleased message foltows: and Haiiy K:. Plowman Jidauuhtti .. f
istjt are 'khopping" fur vat.itions 10 to 16 Our
(' : on January 1 I. '. Vujinii Ann h"is' Stockis
They want to know what it will When KI'Y'I'l>ts m'k>l fain man; sibtii: MIs. Dan I. N\.... i J THE SEASON'S NEWEST Now In Tablecloths

.i.t before thcleave home Todav The Citizen sain. an : ous and favorite "tourist" ixtuiru.to ro: blot In'is. Giacion (' nul 1 1VII.. $12.95 Luncheon. Breakfast and Dinner -
Thr like the jackagi vacation his winter vvhitchou next j
Sets. Plain
editorial paragraph: ham L. Plow man and Embroidered i
t tc all experts. trip and are Sunday'. lets give him the ruh i iI Pillow
"Angf'r.is its own punishment I Cases. Sheet Set

t the weighing various advantages tourist resort offered by warm All welcome residents he and debervcs.: bu.muss An automatic' Iollttlc'-Ihi'-.tn;'! .: iI iI I I, I CHILD.HEN'S Spreads $2.95 to $7.45 I

Although the Rhine is less than houses machine was. invented in 190!) :{. I Chenille
A m-pnt survey made in northern along the route from Boca iI Spreads.
half as long as the Danube it has,
kummcr tekoits. revealed thattliratrrs. Chica Field to the Navy Yard
in modern times, carried at least to $14.25
night, clubs. amusement main gate are urged to'displ.i>' I I
t twice the volume of commerce. ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand Velvet Gabardine Scarfs. Bath $ets. Curtains
fwrkk and the like all show a flags and decorate their home, I
I Drapes. Towel fc Towel Sets IBoys' I
drop in husine Pimple just: and store fronts. EQUIPMENT I .
standing attraction near Dunnel I -
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won't be gouged and will not stay At present we have no reason $2.95toT$9.75 i
Ion Following the luncheon the 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250
at resort where prices are ex- I to believe that the partv will' I Long |
I !}..rty was taken for a ride on the I
i1atve and service irediocre travel) over any other route than I
submarine boats. Fishing enthusiasts Place Your Order far I _._
Joe Waite:. ripiesentative of it has travelled bcfoie: hovvivtt I Pants and Suits
I l nearly I lost their minds as I j
the Florida. ,'hound Lines 'I this has not been wade public' PERSONALIZEDChrisnzas 9'.MESN I
gigantic: black bass lazily swamI E I I SIZES 6 TO IS
aid that\ summer bus travel had
I i I past with complete nonchalance. yet."You IN NEED I
been g<.id and that the outlook are asked to watch the Cards AIX\L I $11.95 to $16.75 '
Many improvements have been i
fur winter business was promtsing I papers and listen to the radio for \
made at Rainbow Springs including NEW DESIGNS Marx -
I -
I further
instructions In the meantime : L I
1 the addition of an outdoor LARGE SELECTIONYou
J it Uett>". assistant to thetraffic : equanum and reptile exhibit. try to think of ways that Are Invited To Look toiloredSbYc.haOef S \\ OF Boys' Sport !I
manager of the you can decorate the front of brolherlToke I i I
Rainbow Falls with its. cascading Over Our Line Nab I'
Air Line Railroad :. Seabo.ud'i your bUilding. b reother i iBLANKETS Coats !
I water is as entrancing as ever 0 do ind I
the annual) banquet ----- -- 11 ?
and accommodations at the hilltop !
'Io\j 6 TO 18
Crystal Ball restauiant in Tampa. --VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVVVVVVVVVVVYV.4C ------------------ wbot. wttt itslhol
told of the by the I lodge were so inviting thatno "s III .o I $10.95 i I
pliUm4ide [
to $14.75
wanted to leave.Altogether I'Ii
Seaboard: to provide improved one Tout 0\70\8.: w. dowel i We Unvc Due i iBoys' i
it was a most enjoy-
k> ,, -
crvK-e during the coming season 1 "'i i
I able convention 0 o., ..dlhousoods t of tin !
I *
Holiday lasle treats war ICoolest I LargestAssortments Shirts !
*rv lie normal aid that and advanced hi looked bookings for .I ,.......................T.I C :t/ 3 sort Y oar I,i In Such Makes as "Rob Roy. I

iTRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE "Willie Winkle'. "Don f
heavy travel to Florida during ereiyday. Carlos.
the ceason bv piesenting passtn- i TRIUMPH ''E 10 i i Cotton Blankets Jr." and "E. & W:' |

gets with roinpluiitntaiy glasses COFFEE i I IIE ::; ..c-P ". I i 51.75 to $3.50 SIZES 2 TO 20 -

of Flea Idol ;eltl the wFollowing juu.business. and MILL IE IEI / rto n+''t .c i_' +, I!i Part Wool. Heavy. $1.98 to $4.50 i i

banijuct season in Tampa the at i' I Double size $4.95 pr. -.- i
ftit .
Pi'RA croup made West Coast I 411/ c'rCH'eri I Ie, ...6) i / !I 25% Wool. Extra Boys' Shoes !
I Itft j
tour by bus. visitingeekiwa- It
t I
IaaAA1AAAIAAAA1AAAUAAAiCHRISTMAS Quality. Boxed $5.95 "Poll I'
bee Springs where Nf"vton Pei- E : Parrot' Sundial',
ry riangctl a dtlichtful anu mipreakive --- ----- ---- KENM &: __ J'' I 50% Wool. Extra Robin Hood". Endicotf. ]

slow in the undciwater V I'i iII Quality $7.95 "Star Brand" and Others i
following which the : i i'iJliF" iI a SIZES: SMALL 2 TO
theatre ,
100% Wool $11.95 i
hlcctnail: ,1-1 I Up '
guests were taken un a boat trip il. ilpplirnftt.C YOUNG MENS SSALEladies' :

dawn the river TOYS I
Next stop was at Natures: Fish : Y I 2Pc. Tailored
1 ours fur Ih'ttcr Iin" Suits and Coats
llomova.ssa: Spnncs. where ..
liilwl. NOW I
ON DISPLAYUse for flue IIrllul3Ouu hnoic! .u Values $25.00
thuu>and of fish did flip flops. Convenient PHONES 1560 and 1SS1RQEBUtK to ;
Our II
blood on their tans and performed LAY-A-WAY PLAN I NOW at JlU.UU and 12.50

other aquatic feats in return flyJ LEWINSKY'S SKIRTS A LITTLE

for food tossed to them by an I [ [ALLMARK CARDS AND SHOP I SHORTER

eager Highlight audience.of the day was a It.... 526 Phone 146 oi

luncheon ervcd by Mr and Mrs. The Hobby Shop SIMONTOtf FLEMING STREETS44aa1a1.41.111411a14.4111411111114"41Ai.1at..a1 3 STREET I P GAHifL "N 5

John Edgar Phillips who operate 110 DiTiiion St. Phone II - FOR ARROW SPORTS SHIMS --- -
nalnl; ..w.. Spring out f. -
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