The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00243
 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 6, 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: UF00048666:00243
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Yugoslavian Paper I I About &30 P.M.Tomorrow \I.' t

Says That Country i t,

Ii lIe Is Scheduled'" Conic In Roosevelt !

Koulevurtl ; Street, Then
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To CarolineStrcet To Naviil Slnlion; ; !

Divisions; He On Side/ / *r-- Streets Decorated; Band To Play I
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O77i/ < Western Powers I: More\ 1eatEggs man Key a tumultuous West was ready welcome today when to give ha arrives President here Tru tomorrow I' I


If Wttr Comes ; And; Milk For j i The at line about of the 3:30 parade p. m.as decided by s Secret Service I J

Ine 7a. A..Ia' ....... ; man and Commander Eli Vinock USN. operations ,

! I LONDON. Nov. 6.-A newspaper in Yugoslavia. !! 1949 In U. S. officer at Key West Naval Base today was tentatively ,

notoriously given to sensationalism. published an editorial I set as follows

today that in the event that trouble occurs be .. I Come down Roosevelt Boulevard to Division Street I

tween the United States and Russia Yugoslavia will be Gruiiirc I \nimal- .lPi WirepnotoPBESIDENT : (Truman Avenue) to Simonton street. which has just

on,the side of the United States. Will Supply Market |!! : been repaved. to Caroline Street to the Key West Naval I '
TRUMAN. his wife and their daughter Margafei arrive at the Jackson county court.
.. The editorial further.said that Yugoslavia's 36 di :; Muiiiilantlv; Plenty For I hOuse. in Independence. Mo.. Wednesday night for the Victory; Rally staged by their Jellowtowns, ., Station. I

visions. well armed and trained. will join with United i men. The celebration followed by a few hours the. -the-announcement by G.O.P. Presidential Nom Only a last-minute change of the route by the chief t

States forces in fighting against the Russian bear. 'It Ilunir .Vnil ,\broatl r laec Thomas E. Dewey that he conceded the election to President Truman. I of the Secret Service. who is expected to arrive here

t According to the newspaper. the United States and : 48. I.. .\"._ .... ....... I -. -- .-- -. ___ ___u _____ late today will affect the routing. It was reported that t

Yugoslavia have a "secret. understanding" about poolIng WASHINGTON Nor 6'-1 JKAKKLLY; liEUls I IN :\lELLO\V MOOD I' undoubtedly it would come as indicated.-t
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and milk will be I Forrcstal
their forces should war come between Russia and eggs -- -., -_ -- J f At all events Pollee:1
net and j ;
plentiful year
j tho United States. 1a ( Chief Joseph Kemp.
acting I
spondinglv a Department i
Moscow did not comment on the statement from of Agriculture cncapcr spokesman I ,I'Due To Leave j i on instructions of the Secret ,

J Yugoslavia: but the Moscow radio resumed its attacks said today I 1 Cily(:i ApprovesChanging : Service agent who was >

on ihf United States. It said that the United States has With abundant grain crops in 1 here this morning issued ;,

I established bases in Spain. and is "preparing all Jrain-pnKfucing; states. he :, Cabinet (: Division) ,
airplane stated. farmers will use more 4$ : ) i, tho following statement I ;
) Greece" to support United States forces. The radio grain than usual in feeding live', ..7t J JI I : concerning parking: ) '

spokesman then added that Russia has prepared a "wallof .-.lock including hogs. i I *-lnl! Not For Me"" '! To Truman Ave. ; "After 1:30 pan there ,
As for their production
of defense" in all the countries that are represented in : eggs
will be no parking on either
will be ;
next year eight percent lh' npltlit'. Wlirn ,
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the cominform. more than what they have been i Division'Street win hereafter side of Roosevelt Boule-

-- -- ., ----- ,.: this; ye ti.. Chickens also will be I; I Reporter. bpokr About j jI be known liS Truman k. Street, SimvontonMStrt -
.. far more plentiful and will_ sell 'A.em.e..r: -SeAt { '
f i ir CirniirCourlJury (: at' cheaper rates. j I I four Years Hurt i iWAbHlfsGTON i i and Caroline *)
nOwc)( "GivesIJrjisnn ( 61 ] !, last night meeting of
The concluded b\ stat ; Street to the Naval
speaker r 'HY T.. "........ r.-. the City Commission it was i
ing that the country grain crops' Nov 6 I Station." j jt I II
For I ItcliirnsDtf unanimously agreed to accept
) i are so large there will be more ,
President Truman was rrpmted t i I The Key West High }
than a sufficiency to (ct.live- I the recommendation of .
I I ply; I) oroal' no\' !I slotk produce\ cereals for themrncan today to be giving;;: the bulk of his Commissioner Louis Carbo- School: Band will lead the I I

ga1114I .\ public supply indu.I ..- attention: to_ proposed legislative i j nell to change. the name to procession: from Palm Ave |

.... ... ..-...... ....... .\ .,It it wants and still have ai.1itlbreaking matter and to changes that will Truman Avenue nue and Division Street. it j
.'naui| in (Ihi' r'.si> IIi T -,1 l h-ilnnce for exI -
j Under the city charter
and it
ALUANV N,_.v. 6.-(:'.vern".rTh I be: made in his cabinet was any announced
Itidloinl lit'num.;,. a b".v. a;aurtKarl I I I p'"t. indicated though not by theFrr&idfnt resident of Division Street : was today by i
...... f:. Ik' his fir,ttattimnt '
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wry ---- Earl Dillon director of the
In tt.e unal.flIt the O 111"11'p'"m.: tl'MIIR l I..i .i- I that Secretary of N'I'I j has the power to protect i, :
: tional Defense rouf-t-tl isamong changing the name of the musical unit. Today the i
.v--.n ire hi" defeat. soil belay'lb. i ness as llw K y Wes "K""I
I h.' a ..I2n>, the", cause for his! Bottling; ('.imp my. was awes i ,hxl. : Tt'11)f'rlll"rli the cabinet members. street in honor of the man : band is practicing march- \
lie relieved of their portfolios.Ann.uncPment who won an unprecedented '
I l ,me:: lo th' oven-onfiileiut' of I the veidirt l by aiicui. C..uil I / of the chang I election Tuesday to four ing. and will be ready to |
rimtiliiaiis:. tlntKi-hiiut the na- jury which h"-.id IH) $73000: suit i At 7:30 A.M.. EST
linn. I fl..ofJth'y l will he made hy thFI're.clent more years at the White ; make a fine showing to. .
last night. 51..11"11- Tetnp in Key Vest where he House. 1
.','no I IKtun' If was n Atlanta, a7Ai't.sta 'IU) '"tjjoy a vacation of 1 10! days i The commission will be ', I
i i. I I. I.l .' 1.(1 l out. till Meanwhile the of!
election decoration
| th<> all<>ins fur the l I..v who I
. 70 t vu w.'k;. bestnoms: : 1..l'.r. open to hear any complaintson
\t. tin nveironfiileiH-e fjntinI I alleged; In I l"st the sight., <>f an H.llinJs. 23:J r< ". Monday. November 15. Division Street. Simonton Stre .
...1| I., PIIIW, as Ihe lampaisnI.HIKH ::: .. and Caroline Street
eye when a ("I'a-l'.I.s Ix.Ultx- !Birmingham air/lI it' Wir v"'" r..n.t"l| hvl a conference with 1 1tI "I've contacted nearly was com ;
',4>>*olKter. not ai ,,, pleted today. Bright colored flag
said j
; pl 1I..I|IApe'l.| not a news: C0I11111t'1 ''- fur a new tual I would l trfiled 1! H"st"n 61 : KENTUCKY'S SFNATOn ALBEN BArKLEY vice president a.' he 'v, > leaven: the White. I Street and I have yet and bits of bunting art hung over t.
tat'.i sai .it iMin. that Tiunian would verdict was contrary tovi I Cl arleshon 71 : a_ me'a9cs of congratula1;;; pour in hem ell pu:- : the at'mmiMratioii s..n would' against changing it to Tru procession will be a bed .
win dcne IChiesgu ;50; I j of the nation. b'cin another four )'e.rs. Fumestal I man Avenue" said Commissioner liant one. 1
A. a It'>>ult. Dewey det'la.t.'l"I..I.II.n The jury ntutnvl f.n clinnci Corpus Christi ... 47 i l. rt'pl'l'i: ; Carbonell today. It was announced today that I
I : ,; were so ,:iverrunfi-1 i last night and afterwar'ls. rfl l Ienver 37 I ; L-it not fur 11.- Temporary indicating every school child and of the 1.
dent nf his winning two heron or threemillion the 8:30 p.m.. ret mint I its \eiilict. !Iktrolt ;50El ; 1Nat.i 1 I ltirJin'SNIlPSI'tllt'Ii i''Merit System) R"jr.rters; sought; t-> have him Division Street signs as Truman Convent of Mary ImmacuUt
I("OI..m.(1 away :
J The jury consisted fOr Alfonso I : Paso 20Ft. 'fonuucit' further l'J'lt he If'fu..t.- Avenue be erected during would be out tomorrow. Division ,
)x.11.. (I.-,'Im:: that their votes." IXIgado. Frank Kty W. II. MeIntoth Worth 1fti ; : In "nullify wlwt' hr- had:l <-"iKnl MII' n"l iM-t-ili"! tu t't..t him.I Paul F. UoUa.s. J..hn PFilUm i Galveston ;51; 1 : ; Mviminalionslo, ) i ) I I() here. semble in the school yard which
I --- and Ilauy M 5.nvye. !Jacksonville 70 ; ; is on the route to be followed by j
( (Cross: AllISkey
Firemen I\Iccl\ Judge' Russ William pu-.id, I Kansas City 11 i iI the President.
CIfIICI'20Itlu o rvvvvvltrvtiiaz
.1.1I in the case which staiti-d oil I KEY WEST 79 I jSlulion) :;rrIt \ ) i (''''''It'nl of Man (Imiu 'u '
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73 I children\ will assemble alone .1!
Thursday' Key WeM' Airport WcslrrsI
A Menial, onflmi; of the Far. .. !: ... .. ..... ) Arrested ('.. .
I'nhci. Division of the Key Wt ;tViluittti ---- 1.).; Angeles) w.i .innormI .lay that I'I"I'a Skate Sv;t. T:ilI n\< nt RrtrunHi. whirlil "
I tin Dipa tm'I1' was Irftui"viUr ;50Mndian '!Douglas n-th.;: hi:. bon tpiniint I tofH; :.'I.t.. uirourxva ojicn 'Utlll".t- in Division Strrrt S 'vii..l,
I : Issues Permit i 13; >urm;: fM'xr' the h'wnc :rrv i iIIT I \\hf nunser rluldrrn will l 1.. .
held la.st night at For Hcadquar 'Miami _. .77 :ltd 'station maiuser at Key West itivf examinations: for clerk I and dipartnicnt of the Key West (On) Tuo (C:harass) turned so .* to prll UMV ',> .

I try.Thvie. of I For Fauslo Store I I Minneapolis 35; !!Tor National Airlines. Mr. BIythe IL stcnosrapicr; ) I, II. md: III.. Chapter of the American Red i!I II c *'clcomc
wanothing impoitmi __ .. typist and ai>tnct welfare visitor Cr tvs financial assistance inthe '
to Den .Memphis :51I : has been tr ins>f rnH t Key West I gave rink. DIHas arrested h' the President Truman will l- "
i liansatleil according I I New Orlcaac 66 : b$ civrn '. from Mi;nil and I has been 10) shenfl off lit "mavharr.t;
I i imm. t Roberts sccrctar\ .\ huilHina! pirnitv the airline : tMssme
business and
-----1 1I this week by Building InspectorErrol I Norfolk 11 years in The 'xammatnns: sill begin \iiuic Wade home servuc' Spalding at floes Clues An I-1. I .
Edward Koehn ate White street
I f V Sawyer for the construe 41 ; has been stationed in New York ,.t &30 a m., and will l be held in worker for the Chaptcr. ,
Oklahoma City I i I'and assaulting Florence Koehn. where the Prc dcnt': nirpl m< .
I Sold 1 I tion of a $23.500 stare for the Omaha 31 \Vashin2Uin: D. C.. Charlotte. N. the commercial department of I There were 105 active cases for'''a ...bter-in-I..w.: of Koehn scheduled to land at wbnut j :''i
Best Paint Fausto Food Palace at Flei:nng Pensacola 5..1 C, Chariest! S. C.. Jackson- Rev West Hi;:h School. United the month consisting of aid to S3'service :
( Dear held l Jail
and Bahama streets. The h.oJldinlis (Continued On Page Eight) (Continued On Page Eight men and their dependents I is in County in pmThin
51 : ,
I Pittsburgh alai will In' d I II'xal Il
default of a 1.0UO 1 ( < ) tend and will a ii. I
now under construct byI -- - -- -- -- !.> n'tII1' lid tiht: civilians .
63: .
.'1'Iuh II'MHKKHO Roanoke be sntn: -i h(''i .r" TurIx'1. l and visiting" "'''tpap. n t
Charles and S ,ns. ton .,
I St. Louis 50 ,
fore Pent; Ju-tii- Rov Hamlm>l a group rrprcsentmi! van. "
TELEPHONE IIS I tractors _____ -- San Antonio 41 PROCLAMATION PHU": IZt Dla/ I is ..lIc,1! l !III h-."l' entered' dui -tatuini.: ..nd.. nun.'U ,
San Francisco the nom toe '.1.' farmer n itt phutngphcid. snot. ..I l i I''
---- Seattle WhEREAS. on Sundaj November 7. 1948. President TICKETOFFICE 'I ,, : 1 ,
!tr1':11": u : K'' 'n'j'I i '( non-i'! : "J p 'l nt ,11\:
THEATERSabu. Tallahassee ":> Harry S. Truman will once again visit this city and nu Mr Fl.\! ; Km' : !'h intend '" photograph th' !' .
:-BLACKOUT'' PALACE Tampa 72 WFE8ZAS! the citizens: of Key West have alwaysconsidered ALL AIRLINES ..aUlt'fi i in, :I. .t t .na.r'. : ,Continutrd Un Page !So. \ ilomorroH \
Wendell Corey and abhmton: 61 :; hirr to be a great leader of the American people

Joanne Page in"Man and a true friend of this community and dasire to PRICE TOURSRAUL'S -- -

i RESTAURANTi Easter Of Kniiiaon"t FOR SALEI FOR SALE! show their loyalty and the high esteem in which they hold _

i our Chi! Executive, No*. Therefore.By I ___tar rtr.raa_-s1__- NOTICE i
Will Remain Closed Until !j --- ---- Good Used Cars virtue oJ the powers vested in me as Mayor of The I .
) City of Key West. Florida. I. Maatlcnd Adams do here-
!i Thanksgiving Day j i SUNDAY TWINS GARAGEYour by proclaim Sunday. November 7, 1948, to be Harry S. CLUB afternoon after IJO I there illlw J

I I Friendly Studebaker Dealer Truman Day. a day set apart for the citizens of Key Westto j \II) |P.tRhlOF: l Itis: .HI rillurnlc of |H.H.-... t
/ Dant't Tonitc
!' ,UVHWill' I TELEPHONE 169 welcome the ?resident's return and demonstrate their I Bic t
I I Sunday. Slrl"rfir fir happiness aver hIs recent personal triumph, and to assemble 10:00 P.M. TO 2;00 A.M. tell Ii4iiili''.inl In P.ilm. \ IMIIIC. from DitiKmlr i '
'1i. 1)nt. If ,. fI'f"C - in their races: of worship to ask for his. i. '
RE-OPFN i ii respective Featuring the > -.-l ((7 I ruinaiifiiiu*) In iiiioiitiui. from xiiiionlon -
: guidance through the turbulent sea of problems which will
Satisfy MIAMI KEY WEST face him during the next four I DEBONAIRESAdmission .. .. In .iriilnic. anil.. I from
( years.
i! AT ITS NEW LOCATION i fI I N BARGE LINE. Inc. WITNESS my hana and seal of The City of Key West i ii i SOc Per Person \'fltih.I".1I1 'lr""I. ;
i i I Florida. this Sat day of November. A. D. 194$. I DOOR PRIZE. S10.00
I TELEPHONE S I! Moderate Priced Drinks (Signed) JOSEPH O. KEMP
St. I ,Text Barge LearesMiami A. MAITLAND ADAMS. Boulevarduaulsuub Chief of Police
; 917 Simonton j Mayor of The City.of Key West. Florida II I Ph. 9287 .
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"J:j .,tlJe ;Kc&J 911: str Qtitirni. WELCOMING TRUMAN. I Radio Programs } II Quick-Thinking --. .

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...... .. .... ...... 1 1NETWORK'PROGRAMS Truman's Miracle VictoryWho Campaign 1
;;;' -:7"" $_ P. 'NTWI. fl 4 .11. With flags, streamers, and banners By Th Associated Pnu Harry J
,..MWI,, U. AHTMl%. Baaiaru Mn & Truck Driver : I
Fmt, Th ,'111"... Kmldlag flying and bells ringing and sirens screeching j"3j I
C..r ';r.n. :n4 Ann $tr.-t .
., _trljr IMIMKUHfH) S..p.r. In ...y \\ t and walks with God knows no defeat. PostMortemThe TAMAQUA Pa.-Driving a.
..Droe ....n'y President Truman will be welcomed Tim K ..ut.r.. standard.Vac .' :
-- tr.1 11..eI.rel Subtract .... ".ur, for For peace and confidence abide truck loaded with ten tons of dynamite .... -
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r a' J.) W..a, FI..oJ;. a tomorrow on his return to Key West after mountain, standard Subtract 'we"our. I from the Atlas Powder
t : .. Some. 'oc.1 statns In him and he finds
:. III* Tilt '......'.I 'TKI: .HF....% conducting the most strenuous a.a'otr.Ig,, as ,,t Iscal SC.'h.change' '.... ; sure retreat Company's plant at Reynolds, Pa.
l. a 1'10. Aw...rialr'l It.- i I' .-xlu"lvlyntltl ' .. .... .. .....
k > f..r r.|tr ..,... iKtn of nil x ilmpatt rrtililcill not tot .clull.
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:. :::, *<<-. tb. ;..eal _*.. p..l.l....hd h..r.-. : with which flames in the rear of the truck.
The President is reported to be "in SATURDAY partisan oratory
-: NOVEMBER Night terrors day arrows stopped the truck and .
Petty raced
_. ..... ,....f'' ln.t.III1"TI. \ 'TF. :" siz 1111 excellent health" by his personal physician 1..1.. But failed to harm him or depleteHis American politicians attempt to t along the highway flagging

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\1..1111. (:OO-Xew. a'east-robe I wit high office.
."r.' )I"a _.hh .... :...11 but however physically hardened he >.w cast Every. Day-cba I faith. His foes have stepped aside. t down cars. He started back ftle
...iMsth .._ ... .__ I.'"' E. }eIac. Quartet_abc Without disparaging the men truck but stopped when be
L a. "'l'...kiy. -. .... ..... ..Z"fit' may be he is in need of undisturbed rest. Sports Parad*-mbs-eait small Thin
Talc a Number- who geek to land: the voters in heard a

-. AllltTI'sIs R'T.:. Let's cheer loudly while he rides. from his 6.1*-Religion In ewbo mta-wtat -'. We wish his happiness complete i j their thinking. it is just as well I a series of terrific blasts were ',

:: Mad kaavn: on Application plane to the Naval 1 Station but l let our celebration Lak Browole. ;success bistera W"'O-Cba-abe t While Cod is stemming time and tide that the speech-making is over. set off. knocking Petty dow -

All ..aillm ..'Piclal.......... i-ariU'\''
.. r.lal1. "hiluarjr n..irt. ......m... *..... will t* chance is afforded should be made H&rryiWiaraev" Eporta-aba,' .' 0. H, "'' ". away
.... tfcarvr f..r at lb. rate ..f In rrnti a !lin... at Pane Jlusic. -mbi-tast Who walks with Godl !{ sober appraisal of public j fe>sue in a wooded area treetops were

...-..4w.. r..r ..oriainnn-nt Is) ..nurcti.." from handshaking or personal congratluations.Some True ni.lsa-mba-K eat .-. .' ., .' ,,: ..' ,. ,1' . ;, arid less direct effort to. II snapped off and windows broken
\\l l h .. rrtt-hur i* |.. s.ifrtSssl. *. ..sr..ni.- a I....-. .:4*-V.w. and Comnjntary say
,* . .. nearby towns. A 40 by CO-foot
lit iu' i I. .. | ..n i..rum jn.l in\it" <1i"Uf of the President's Jack lieali Comment aba'; < things to votes. in
-urn i.f .piiltlu. i...-'. jnti! ..ulo.....-... ..t l.'s ..1 l <.r most bitter 7.-OQ-Jlr, liveries RusaanG-bc- < 1 : .. .....,H1LDEGARD OTT RUSSELLSquirrels get hole was left in the highway but
___ s..I.ssas.'sa.'s's IL'". ral .iM. r..i lass ,it a ill rs..i .il.li-li tnmniiv. critics during the campaign asserted he Treasury. Band Show-abc i The quadienmal Presidential I no .ne war hurt. .
Hawaii Calla '
Auslelanmbal:30Vlc election in the United States has

was wasting time and effort during his Damon Show-nbe .... always been a source of wonder ,.I',
"'aub" Monroe -- --- -
Band .
tour of 22,000 miles, with the delivery of >' iou.'Jury. Trial*-aJx-cbaa '. 1 to foreigners. They rannoi un- I LEGALS

281 speeches. Many of those same today Neva Broadcast-mba Take ''dtrrstand I the tongue-lashing that I .
i men 1U-U. Carmichael 8onj_b_ :|
Met AU.aaporta<-mttfI Spotlight Js dished out and the extravrfnl; "fYflf': g %IIRJI YH'TiTIiIIYC ..
((3)) 1949 confess their admiration of the Pre i.. :00-Holl/wood Thtt r.-nU 1'praise and condemnation that I itMM TiTITK1NOTK ,.
Sing It Acala Quiz- cb. H l> IIKRKm: ':iVF.N that
JP' dent's stability and determination the American effort .
: that JobBny. FletUter. Coracdy&)( represents the .. ,." : 45tiri'sg lo ttifrageIn ;:
took him smilingly to victory against what Twenty Queatloiia Qui -'bM In Absence Of CongressmenWASHINGTON. i to carry the day." I,' i.uCinas.n" under ll>. f| .titl' .....-n
': -Truth er Cow<)aeRC <_|Ii. The election campaigh has name ut 4'I.'StS'' ; : 111. .
: appeared to be Amazla tlalon*-ab c | "II::> "u".1 allr.... Iey ".... IFloridi. ...
unsurmountable odds and Lif. begin at W-mba been somewhat different. in that Intend '.. r.-.H.r raid fVlitlnti ..

insuperable! difficulties with 85 percentof I:00.-Hit I Parade Slmira-obft D. C.-As Tuesday. November 2. fades Governor Dewey and has advisers I name. a-. ...11I.rk uf his .
Winner Take All-cba: C'ir1f r.iirt of M'inr.sfoiinty..
;; IMPROVEMENTS: FOR KEY WEST the press opposing him and almost all Gang Dusters. Drama-aba into the past the politicians will begin converging on Washington early in the race considered l-i'.rlila. ,I'
Gabriel Heatter ......... 1.: iSIS.ehi.sni.is .
-mbi the election in tht} bag' :1.4 .1'
Some will have been turned down the
= : CITJZEH pnce again. KISSEI.:
news commentators blaring against him. '::1 5 Lnny Rosa Show-rab3O : .
.: -Judy Canova Show BBO voting public some will be new in Washington. and others :: ;and consequently, the New York poise: "' issti.: 'ttft
Not once so far as he revealed was C It Pays to Be Ignorant-cba: Governor waged. rather conservative .- Owner*.
I L 'Vbat. My Stame.-.abq will!! be coming back for the thirtieth year in succession. ....1.1I-t-'III.nnv..I".1I.:
1. More Hotels and Apartments. his faith in ultimate success shaken. On Uuy Lorabardo Show-mba For" the past two months (priorito campaign.
1 = :. Beach aDd Eathinjj Pavilion 10:00: -Dennis Day1 Day._nbe i Not so, however, with Presi- "T' Ji ie.ir' O' II'
the he the election), Washington has I. 1'TH. : i-Ill er
I S. Airport! -Land and Sea. day began his campaign, he said he Home- Town Seunioo-cbcWbia been 1 WlWlllIlllllUlWlllllllUlllUUthfllllUllllUlllllllllllllllll!! dent Truman who began his citil I-SPa', "U"HUt: iii 'Th
QUI"bo comparatively deserted.
::: would be elected and he confidently madea Chicago Theater mba as I campaign behind the eight FI.OHIIM. ,'\ PHIIH4TK.
<. Consolidation of County and far as the national legislators I In re5121e "if .
10.30-Grand Ole Opry. nba West In ball. The President waged a It.
Key itiRi'lI-: ROBERTS.lberaed.
similar .
City Governments. statement at 10:30 o'clock p. m. Military Ball-cba .are concerned. And the squir-I i ii vigorous emotion seriesof ., "
: 0. Community Auditorium. on the eve of election day. Hayloft.Hoedowabo I rels have enjoyed their reign on I| I speeches quite raising clearly designed '% TM.r. QF JU'r>l.M'ATIOFOR '.-;.-
: V.rlet7-lIbo 1 .
the I.,4I i.si'ugpti.t:
His success !s an outstanding lesson of New Ne...and Variety.Dance 2 Hour hra.--cba abc interim.Capitol grounds in the i i Days) Gone By to 'win the votes of racial whom Niti.In it Inc..n.--rs"..r..I.Yflv..n\ thai lain to. allP H.R..t.rtn. .
and to stir
KOTO a a Krackln'-mt. I religious groups
what Iterutr4s: of the Ls'ttViih
a man can do in any calling by ad- 11-30-Dane* Band Showa nota At this stage of the game it :I AS TAKEN FROM FILES up the emotions of the country. I and aM Te-tament ..f I'irdie Rid.- : -

: hering firmly to his determination to suc- 12:00 Dancing ContlcuMcbcwujNETWORK I is fitting to compare the accomplishments -i, OF THE CITIZEN OF I One of the developments of I t[ tri.deceaned. hafiled Kith the -
'; : MONOGRAPH. of the ll..n'i>rai,le P.aym..d. r M l.....rd. ConnI ,
squirrels, in. NOVEMBER G, 1338 the 1948 contest was the steady '
ceed. "h
The man who persevers and continues I I| JuilKf in and. for Monroe I'onnty.Horlda .
"y :iThomas E. Dewey, the last few months with thoseof ; uumiimuuniimmiiniiiiiiuuiiuiiuHiuiiiiiiinuioTomorrow; !! i decline of the Wallace threat I her Mnal Report and. halO :..rmade
1 '
1 to persevere in the -face of every ob. PROGRAMS the Congressmen a few i. The former Vice-President fail- j appl .-aii',n for her ...... .baf.eo.a'

!: "Albany.) New York stacle that may dog him, will succeed in tieS Tim' standard i* .a Itrn subtract MfniUrtf..". "fttt.ur.(for. ..months earlier. The squirrels is Election Day I'ed to hold the support of the 1 1I la, i-orb esmulrishaled ibis: !:lb- lay ..r Ortoher,

: .I) -ar Tom : the in s.istansta'sdadsu btract 'nshours. have dug up more nuts but I though there is little int I'est I labor organizations and his platform i I A. l II. IMS
long run. Sonse local stat'sns thsn., there are those who dispute this || locally in the balloting and the Russia" 'S.h! Iv.u II. R.tert's..a. .
( After Bryan made three unsuccess hour of reify: tst.t' local a'heU.ie.. I of "peace with iseculrisit'" .Iop i.ant Will
Key We.st wholeheartedly welcomes .. m.nu' program cllinllll cc's. f holding that Congress bringsin prediction is an exceedinglyI failed to carry popular appeal, and. Testament ..f Hirdie. R..bert...

; Iut ':1ttempt. to set into the White House President and President-elect Harry S. IL. b* included. more. j I I small vote will be polled. Only largely because of the suspicionthat \v. I-l.ltnt. HARRIS........a..d..

: the did not f The Congressmen two candidates are on the 'statewide the hands of ,..,. .,
lie concluded that people Truman.By have theiedfee it played into \\tI..r.) ":" 'u.ria.
1 ... .
SUNDAY ticket and local nominees .3.-II..v.-II.a..lln.
NOVtMIEK 7Afternaan ; in noise-makjng. especially the Communists. .
want him there. You have come to the
a that empty-sounding hard I I have no opposition Another unusual feature of the .".*.
: ;cnncfuftinn and I ,'\ THR ('lUll IT "-01 BT OF TUB
after only two attempt. the time most of us get old enoughto 1:00-America United..Talk*-nba.New working speel. But the squirrels I Presidential race was the candi KI.. .:PaTh JIKII. 4 IHt !I.I'-* 1
-. ..hai will prove you are wiser than the : Commentary. can do just ts many bark-1 j Sheriffs forces conducted a dacy of Governor J. Strom I IT OK TIIH TTK: OF Fl.OHlilt. ".f:
\ understand the value of rest and American Almanac-aba I 1 l\ itI) I-OK WONHBB
... lecrea- series of raids in Key West last
Great Commoner. Nevs. Commenlar-mb. flips. While Congressmen say ) mond, of South Carolina, Thur-I UI 'T' I" enii'FIit.4.se ..II
it does us little good. 1:1$ Opinion Commentary one thing and do two others! -on night and arrests were made in senting disconted Sou ...... i.-....

; :: : TilE ORACLE Fditor N... Broadcast at Home; -abe mb. many occasions, the squirrels four of the houses raided. The I Democrats opposing the Presi- I .-*.TIIEP.INIuu.snRis Plaintiff WMAV.!

AID FROM 1.30-Chicago Kounduble! -nbaTttt can dart this way and shift to occupants are charged with dent's civil rights program. I ,.l\.RfT.1J I:'
SPAIN ? U A"aln-cb. another direction even quivker. I I gambling. ( Not since the election of 1928 rt\; ::I.I. 1fW1I.\X.
I Sundav vesprs-be ___ Iarfcnda'st 0 1'1
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I i Singing Canaries-mba Congressmen: have? it over the I t have the Southern States: failed I OHI1FH OF PI Bl.l('.%TIA> ,, '
: ARMING FOR DEFENSE Strong European opposition seems to t: *-To B. Announced-mba squirrels in not being treed as A tropical disturbance was reported to support the National Democratic T..; I..pll .Iq.-man.
2:OO-. silver; Strings-nbe today to be centered 50 ticket but this year. the ..h.I..a.. Oklahoma
have often. Seldom do of them ... ..
squenched the some I 1 h.retsy r ir'4 la ap-
movement to take **tivsl of feonr! !-cba miles east of Long Inland the inuare i
in sabotagedby
= Although Austria forbidden to Week Around World-aba find themselves up a tree. But national nominee was jar to Ihe Rill a(5..ufl plaint for -
Wag es- Franco Spain into the Bahamas 250 miles southeast ra.'..
fraternity of free Air orce Showmt.2OCnIerpIi others do. The squirrels on the or the Solid South. Mr. Truman l.'ir in thr almIjrled 1

.: t-tiklish an army until a peace treaty i isipned nations but the Spaniards are getting >'ou Ar.. There, Theater cbs -aba other hand don't seem to sit the o of Nassau. Winds up to 60 miles I I and his advisers in their quest Caor halure. A. l>.the 1545.2th..thcrwh'dar 's.f# Sinveml.er. the- !

;2 Jlr' resid"-abc fences much. At least an hour have been reported. The for the vote for minority elements lr will. .he lake'sa.
the United States I is as
: expected to some comfort from the discussion'nnd fceas Veicrana'. J'all.I-mll direction the storm is travelinghas cities went the ,-..I-l::, It.
; squirrels on the Capitol groundsare in larger Thin Order I" to !.* puhli,.h.. I Support, the formation and equipping of an working to promote Spain as what Gen 1:00Phllharmonlba'News Broadcast-abe seen riding fences these not been officially determm- limit to "out-Wallace-Wallace] west for f<.nr .nserntlr weekla .. ;

Au.!&tria, Army of 53.000 men, which has eral Franco calls the "bulwark of We tern Music Broadcast-mba days. ,: ed though it is thought the move-i and. as a result lost much of the Th. K.Ve'st 'itlzen. a new*: sa ,

bn agreed to by the Big Four powers. civilization." 3:30-0n.s:1Yutui.Mane of America Famiry-Bba aba The only regret the average !I i i ment is toward the north. 1 1I Souths pporL. r.bce..,''ioflit.pobliehod'. Fi'ria.51 K.y tVi.t. yioa." .. .,....

Ireaaiiry. Band self-respecting squirrel here has] The question now arises. and r .r.thl" 2! lIly f f ft
r abe "f'.t: :: : : n")
The background of the reported deci. The Dictator I States' J545.
has recently made several Juvenile Jury-mba as far as the Congressmen corning Two of the baseball players. I I whether the Wallace or :
:: sirifl t:< the danger of a Communist putsch. speeches arousing considerable enthusiasm 4:09 Ted tJuU Malone'Kids Talk Jo.-Keliy-tbg abc "> back into their own at the who were coming here from Hialeah Rights' groups will attempt tobecome I Sleek of the <'ir niit f..lIft !

House. of Mtterymb.4lSohnny Capitol is concerned is that he to play a local team were If permanent parties ana ..f Monroe fAmty. Florida.1: J
Ji, Footer Dulles that there i is : '. i.angw.rlh. 41J
hp says no vaunting the Spanish fight fly C""f Ann.- "
two- '
l Thompson or>c-tbt will lose the spotlight. One of ,. injured yesterday at Tavermer thus change the familiar Impish: ; (Irk. ;
;:' ?nfjble) evidence to support the fear of ing spirit. At the same time, his Foreign 4.30-News- Living IJ4I-Ebo the better class of squirrels when the car in which they party system.It V. PORTER. IV. :'' f
i-kjrasy to Stars :
-ctia NM 1
:..: ,wit'ha move but that a well-equipped I Minister Martin Artejo, speaking in Buenos Upvia Detecllia Hecords-aba said the other day that "Con-1 I were riding met with an acci-I I appears probable that the I S.Ii.-ii..r f..r 1'U.l.tlff. I.t.i St-: '_.HOT. -1XlS45. 1.0.,
Slysterita-jub will fade (
-: Austrian_ Army would take care of the I Aires points out that if the nations 9:Oo-Ja". lichens. Show-nbe) gressmen wouldn't be so bad- dent. ,I Wallace organization .
Bob (J. Le.1a Show...cb. if they just didn't all crowd I,, away. but in its place. there is II \ >TM K OF < \I.'C. l-tH Kill ,.. /
S nation.. which have isolated Spain wish to get a Quiet Shadow Pit-ate Drama-aba into the act." When Congressis Mrs. Henry H. Savage arrived. I)f likely to arise a strong Labor :-i",k.. I I" heesi thai" "I..n on the.n 7th w hal's die .I 'I
Drama it
r mba concern
.a= In addition, the Western nations of Eu. foothold in Spain later to block Communism 6:3O-Bob>> Merrill Concert-nba in session, everybody's tryingto here yesterday from Hendtrson-1(I Party. Such a labor group, now t I..r l I..m..r.> A. II. l II.! 4'<. al .:311
Strike. It Rich-cba: get into the ast he said. i ville N. C. to sptnd the winter 1]}f advocated by leaders of the A. M in the llonr. ....nl) '..urtliouxe t.I t.

4 .- r'5P| ire seeking support of their efforts to then "they must say that Spain was Quick Iii nter aa Spy a Flash Drama-cbs-mbatveaiaf But this was no dumb squirrel. in Key West. I I I lof I,.. as well as the C. I. 0.. F'1 r |{
.4 aJrtuiirthen their military The United right: and proclaim before the to elect a ticket will
world that He's seen 'em come and go 1 I not attempt >nr e fuunM Florida: ; pea '

-: State, it is known. bases its plans upon the Spain was the.first nation to deliver a battle ':00-Catholic Radio senleIIDI and he's stayed in one place '! Max Loid. who had been visiting :'may use political power to reward inMallation xealed hid at for the she Mo pnrrhaiv..r.- ."o.and niy >,

The. family.Drama-cba contented. "I say let 'em all ; a week in Miami, returned I Iyesh.I'day. I the friends and punish the Jail. Ke WeM Florida ..f she CalI..sing .
:: Fi.tI'ower.estern Union, with the hope against the Oriental avalanche." New* Comment-abe labor. b
of. .n1uI.mefli.
I.uy Corers. :SbowmbeSlSews have a big time-if they enjoy enemies
that some other countries: might come in. It The Foreign Minister I It difficult t(,) mind- A i-vnhmnmi !.laiele's, ,Merl. pad-. .. .F
asserts that if Summaryabeb:30Ozzk it, he said.Czechs. o is more Cmi .--il wish au'.......... ..ar. ,.
:.: tJll. ld be recalled in this connection that the defenses on the Rhine should be insuf- : and Hurrlet-oba I 1\1 a. L.. A. Bragassa and son.Lout. .I read the future insofar as the door Saidell m".' ..... appraill
Percy Faith Concert-cba '
concerned.The Imatelt! 7 tfeet x '
.; O.e.Vandenberi: Resolution ficient to resist real."t :itorr-abc ; ;. foimally of Kev West. States Rights group is un the ..ul"i.. and appr.iaimstCIyCf.etsdf'sl'5f'stNS-
adopted by the the advance "
of Use :
Communism : -
tick Carter. political
I Detect!?*-mt. who had been visiting: here as group had no I -

:.. Sfiilite. with only three votes in opposition then the Pyrenees would "be nothing I 7:00 dene-Jack Autry 2ennv. &how Show-cb'-*ot : guestof, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Peterson chance outside of a comparatively "the......,in. "ide and niHM t.. firellf) |

: e-ulU. for positive steps by this country to less than civilization'.s barrier against'barbarim. I Oo bheBlock: for .House UoimembsZ3OPii Quiz-aba Polish LahorPRAGUE i returned yesterday to few of th<; states. but unless All l>ld" miiM. ..... la she I."d..r rl" ,.-' f!
of the older parties veers the i-ouni flerh .. or before 705
: their home Miami i.i one
Mrt-iijfthen the Western! democraciestiiafrthey so He insists that Spain "is the only and Alice nba in from the pronounced trendto P. M ',R'Tu..I,,", IK--en.ker. Jin, |
Amos and Andr-cbLainvcie away isis, -'5
-: can defend themsehe well-defended fortress 'I Hall iluic< -sbc -(-Pi' -Poland; is helping State the She
facing the Communist i Douglas Trevor itturned yesterday a superFederal The Coniminein's! niece?e" J Jnirlil
I Gabriel Ueatter. ; .
bhow-roba her sifter ."people's democra idea to ..< .,.. .wr reject asp and '.1{
? chances that the represented .
I has reached the I 00- from Tampa where he ; are
avalanche. : .
now point where Charlie I .
'lcCarthy-nbc cy" bolster her agriculture with aIlbi.I. made |>"r' MDI !* thin a4I. i
fam &pade Advcniurea. -cba had been on a bustnes ..trip. I by the Thurmond move- Serl isiment.:
:.; the leading powers must decide whether The background of this talk; is the The Stop The Music Quiz-abc peasant workers The first groupof ment will play a part in future Key "-"" Fl nrlda X.."emfceT r4.' *

:; to, make the effort on a worldwide basis, hope of persuading the free nations of the 8::30: -Fred tledlatioa Allen C"edY-Dbo ioard-mba a number intended to total 10. Today The Citizen says in an political campaigns.In usda! ,:.oS.4; <' HAWTCR.HoaM '..

including an a.-ociation of free nations world that, without Spain, they will be \Philip:mler.ArrestmbadtiUIerry\Iarlo... Drama eta 000 has. The moved agreement into Czechoslovakia approved-| editorial paragraph: a general way seemed one may observe be- ,'1.. .k.......M""' .......f.,..c-oMiy..
t ( I the fellow who dunks that there to .
l.amlrnir themselves to make in helpless before Go.UnunlSl1bo recently by the Polish I "Usually 1..1":1.: .
cause re- Communist govern-
aggression.This Helen Hayes Theater-cba: '! to forget doesn't forget to keep I rather limited differences between no..1-13..i41.
:t-unday: Jooroal calls for farm
-abc ment sending
: : fstinjr an armed attack upon ort is an absurdity of the first & ( the Democrats and Republican -
anyone, degree cret Mission Drama-mb* on di inking.
hands between the of 16 and
ages "MlTK: ".' (1 h.i.l\(. I OH
and their .
:- ? ba:*t" the assistance\ upon u series of mutual because it should be obvious that if the I ':15 Hollywood Comment-aba I 50 to this country for six months. I parties, candidates :\:otie l I. .lierel' .\ Klveit t.. .
i 1 '.30-Mbum Familiar JouIc-tl Tf\ -IIIRTJCV(; { on most major issues. It max .-.......-rn that ..n the ;.
defense asMniations one for Europe Russians through Our Silos Brooks...,cba Outside their working time, they .. .
I sweep Europe, they will I : The bi-partisan foreign policy .r lx> niher. A 11 iSis. al Rio-I
Theater i
Guild i
Hour-abe Know America) .
; are to get special schooling. Wa- j P M in the Me.nrnInu'st\
I HIM* for I-Uin-America and one for the not be stopped by the Spaniards, regardless Hollywood Comment. -mba I was espoused by both parties linusi.. .kVIM. .' .... .'
and other conditionswill I
':45-Twintws ges working 1847-28-year-old Mathow Y ..
j .
= ) Comment-mb* I even if the candidates made IbKird of.nnl> ftrtnmi, -. :
} ..IdfitThf're of the Pyrenees, or anything else. 10:00-Taka It or Leave It-nb' be the same as for Czechoslovak -I Yatcs Bjptibt: missionary. oiganith some furtive attempts to win the M..nr<..> ......n.". FloridMill. ) '
Lum and .. .. ...
: brer-cba: workers Labor offices will -eale bid f r tl. f.>ll. int.-
.. are some difficulties in con- "..."... of Strings mba the Shanghai Chuich. first J Jj I favor of special groups. On the otivtrurt. on the r..ad ni.w ...-
10:SO-Horace Heldt Show distribute the workers accordingto American churcn.in China. the of tier .i-nMrii'tn-n on lug .'''"pln
I ::.: luttioii with including all of the free na- Quit advertising your tU.sines1111 Cabin B-13 Dr..ma-cb.-aba requests 1CGO-Abiaham Lincoln elected domestic front position Key. ....nro. i... intv. rlorhia. a
tfons. Sweden. for invite lommvntanr on Uoviea-Miba 1 j I the parties and candidates in dial hrl.ig.. iz.-m.rdin : h. plan'sniiied
: .
example continues you business
to your to quit. !burlicat Aloods-mbs to the Piesidmcy j jIfiGl i 1948 may be termed somewhat ,' ""I"'all, ..f ITon..vedl.rldce

:_ cling tu its policy of neutrality. Denmark 10;4 _i;....rg. bokolsky Talk-aba TODAY'S -Jefferson Davis tkctedi: 1! New Deal-ish. The few differences To II.. <*....-'r..d .onRoad :
11:00-News I From lOg foppitt Key to
-\ it i in a.vxiimed. could be overrun by the Rutrans FACE AND FEET AS FIRST FRONTS x.... Variety Variety. Danca I S hr.-"I brs.-cb; e ANNIVERSARIES! President of the Confederacy '' related to method rather .einer. K-)- and "pe. IfJ..ationi,. I
: : :News and 0...". i.tnd-abo 18C7-Fir:t Parliament of the than to principle. prepared hj' ." -:. Itailejr.4"ouniv .
:-: : in a few hours without the regional Ne... Dance Band 2 bra.-mba (Know America Dominion of Canada conven.-s in 't Surve)'...*. .
I ] Regardless of what the presi- .
:: 12;OO-Dancinc CootlDu..4-abc.. .... Copies of t.isiIJaiol| ..jis'eiffratIopismas *
jrri.up being able to save her. The proba-I Once we read of a father who was 1821-John Wilkinson, naval Ottawa.I I I Ij jdential I candidates of the winning l.e o iainel. frm '*. *1. K..ilevf.Hinty '. A

-- bility. in our opinion is that the as>ist- about to )paddle his small son for Your Horoscope officer, famed Confederate bloc- I 1869--Rutgers and Pi'incetonplay ticket may have said. the ..ourt ll.Survey..r.ui.... KeyeM. ilonr. Florida"'ount;}' ; i,

: -: I some I kade runner. born in Not fulk. ; the first intercollegiate football I policies of his administration depend -i .VII I.ids Khali Iw accompanied tiC '
tuictr.will be buttressed bv the Fue-Power trifle when his eyes fell to the two little Va.. Died Dec 29. 1891 game on recoidj largely upon the CCJOIX'ra'i a l.i.l Imnd or 'a.hier or certifIedcheck f j

-. ::1 defense pact of Britain. France. Belgium, :'I feet before him. Something about the innocent 1948TQday.s.p SATURDAY. NOVEMBER tive : 6.1! 1854-John Philip Sousj inu I j 1919-Piesidtnt Wilson refen I|Ition I that comes from Congress.No I <. of Ulvalent the eMimairil to ten total are !
I jovial
a The Netherlands and Luxembourg LutI they ,s1ipazi.s woo ieasl.gay fasnuuuii pttpu-j 2-bc: Germans to Gen Foch for|( Chief Executive can enact Tb.work ran n.-t hi FVB-voutK. .
way stood there and t&
with toes SHNJ : .iCoL ijn1ro ? : left without Itoinuniy's
-ta. 'o'F'ftrlrrl'iwm in peace! terms as Allied armies appropriation wrI.tebj.iu ,].
e legislation .
or pass .
: that' any other free nation which wishes I turned in, made him reconsider and plan to bj'rathei: self-indulgent and, Washington D4 C. Died March j march on Germany! '' bills. These must come from ."1 Lidmu..i ho I. the bandit ofihe ....
to in will be another may b .iiable t* f\lf\ of ms erf. !' : \. I .v.unijr t'lerk. ... *.r befog ?.:}' .
come permitted \ j 1928 Herbert Hoover elected result the
.- : to join and I way to deal with his youngster.And lion j Ju have a considerable j, 6, i32. Congress and as a I* ... Tnriular. K-eemWer 7tbThe -
receive the benefits of the protection. a 1 86q.Ignace,.Joa' fatlwewski i. : President b>' a landslide \otej. :' views of the majority party in .:'I.
r. woman we know told the kmmlffige human chat "
: Us ctpri, fittttedP.nish.! t... on ,t.j.., 941-United States grants So- both Houses determine the basic ommfoxton sew-rye, tneriirhi J
I other day that and a resolute nature: but thtri.ue Jtla .. te awrpt i.r rejeri: any and
she always steals i billion dollars loan live.
glance tipt Russia the
a inckt of Porthh p'trf6tled'r. 'Mi ri. DIM 1 a I laws b ywhich people all tud. made pursuant to thinS a4-
:.gt Next to making a speech about the at a .person's feet first thing after an intro I weaknesa$ilions due a relapse into in New Yoikj June 29. 1941 i under lend-lease. ,,i With many new faces in the ,'rll"f-m.nl.
perhaps morelibcralit.5' to. KeVii.. FkvMa, November 3rd.i .
mostuseless I 1861-Jr .C'Jji"mith. ; 1943-Americans bomb Jap 'new Congress. it is not possible '':,.Itnns
: !' thing !" listening to one. duction. She think's it is inexcusable and frankness than I : ; I I. .
not to to
I Springfield. Mast Y.M.C.A. $E'I ('- base of Akyab in Burma. i: to state with much definiteness, \\'Tr.R. 'Csuirk..i5wr.Ire..u'sy

.,.a have well shined shoes at all times. We wilf uiness. It i j I, retary originator of basketball in i i 1944-Stalin names Japan as the-trend of Congressional action .:.. .. I!

There i is nothing as pompous:
-authority" who has to maintain his dash of the ol shinola -Those born in the morning 28. 1939. I step declaring war all that we can do as a people is | r'.t tl1.20154tr

now and againion't \: hours are given; a portion of the :: 1887-Walter Johnson among i, 1945-Molotov says there shouldi ': to be patient and wait until the ,II .<

:-4 reputation.J worth mentioning.The I I joviality of yesterday ,with the''' the great pitchers in' baseball i be no seciecy about the atom ;{ machinery of government gets'i,i -- '

-' ostrich covers his head believingthat I afternoon tendencies shading off' history. born in Cofftjville.Kdnsa .I bomb. underway in January. Tour Grocer SELLS Thai Good

The I much weaker. This latter part Died Dec 10. 1946. 1946-Prvsldtnt Truman an-
reason some people! despair of no one can see him. And think !I STAR BRAND
many bestows a very enthusiastic nounces American policy o .'tht' The daily intake of cobalt: of

the' improvement of mankind is that the their face is their best front. It might be I j perament. but this quality t"m-'j|I|I It U estimated that the influ- Pacific Islands taken from Japs I a typical sheep is about one 28 ,':I, AMERICAN ;

p ": af too familiar with their own chort- well to remember, though, that our shoes j ually loses ita forceand may de- ensaepidemic: of 1918 killed .1947-Molotov says atom seiri 1 t i thousandth of an ounce, yet if I II I II and CUBAN, COFFEE .

7: coming are showing', too. t I generate Into listlessness; in'th* 550,000:; .people in the United .-t has long ieasd to trxi't aminUds .I it is not present in its food the I I j -Try A Pound TodT__. -
latter hours of. the day. .. i*I States. : we pUn : ('@rd;: : ( D. I I llheep will die. j I( m. .-- -- s- -gffIf I

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ant twvuminu itiulir in extreme New England on his bicycle..The Regular Type'Vdvcrtisiments charge for the first 15 words insure publication; copy |

n.rth portion inn afternoon and total cost of the jaunt was $90 g under this or less is 45c must bein the office before 11 =
I'an wht Partly il,udy eLsewhere.Sunday -and that says Bond is because g head will be inserted in The PAYMENTPayment clock en the day of publica-- =_

partly cloudy. issuer over "I spent lavishly" He averaged 5 Citizen al the rate of 2c a word1for i I for classified advertisements Lion S

reset h f>itH>n : 5? miles a day from sun-up to g each insertion, but the I is invariably in OFFICER I

Juks..nvilk- Utru the Florida sun-down, visited relatives and S minimum charge for the first I advance but regular .advertisrs iness office in The Citi- |
s" 'tXloJif.ae t.. occasionally friends, cooked most of his own 13.words or less is 30c. ,j with ledgefacoounu> may zen ;Building. corner Greene f
Bosh *tuth to southeast winds meals and often slept by the side I 'Black Face. Type lave their advertisements and }Ana Streets. Door to the |

thru....."rate Sunday variable exirpt becoming: of the road He rode 854 miles of The rate for bla ace typ?1 I charged. ... I' j righ j tn entering building =
mostly westerly
distance his bike traveled
in north portion Partly on :.aaI11D11nammlUllllllfUUUIIUlIIlIIIlIIlIIIUIIIlII_ !! !_ JIll mtminiinimuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiunuunmimmiiuiaiii. iiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiunuutiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiimuii_ __ iiiii ii
Sunday. : about 500 more by tram and even ---'- ..::c.c'L H=::: ::: '::::::
<|.'Utl. >' weather an1 few shower "hitched" a ride down the State ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the folio wins condition In !the event of error m adrertisIng. -
\tniiMnorth portion this Barge Canal' on a Tonl.anla- transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible: only *or rst insertion in CLASSIFIED

aturiKixn Ewt Cul ana MoUirat t<.nij:ht : bound barge i ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for nlr the actual amount of space occupied by I
? southeast
t.. south win:1. this jfte!noon and Read The Citizen's Classified the-part- ol the advertisement where the..error .eccurc. ._ ...
tunicht ix.tpt sifting to nurf f -
.-r;.tr m,rthwt terlv in extreme Advertisements ITO : .FOR RENT-APARTMENTS FOR SALE-HOUSES I FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
portion this afternoon :and BIRTHDAYSKnow
night and browning moderate 0.-\Y'S I Furnished 212'room apartment.

variahkin iMMth portion Sunday ( America) | Utilities furnished. Children. Five-room' bungalow, practically Spmdrier washing machine $';'0.

I'artl.I'lUd" weather with few, The Rt Rev. Henry Knox Sher- under 1 year accepted. Apply, furnished. Two bedrooms, tile I Guaranteed Phone 1164-M.
.nawirs north portion this aftfrnm.n rill of Boston presiding bishop of 915 Windsor Lane. novl.tfI ,, bath stall shower el tricaUv- oct30tfi

the Protestant; Episcopal Church I I equipped kitchen" breakfast. __
N.. small visit It r ,torin warning born in Brooklvn N. Y.. 58 years 1 Bedroom efficiency apartment. porch, glassed;in front porch.! FOR SALE -MUSICAL
\ have U-.-n' 1""U..1 for this i Phone 57;). 1019 Margaret St. overhead fans throughout Cor- INSTRUMENTS

;an'" ago.Dr.. Ernest M Hopkins, president nov5tfFor ner lot, 100 x' 100 Fenced-in

of the National Lila Insurance ; yard. Separate laundrj unit. : William & Mary period Sthraff

Ki.rour =: Co.. Vermont former president : colored, 813 Baptist Lane. OK I By owner. Reasonable 3501 : grand piano. Reasonable 616

Key "''"''t. PLi Nov 6. 1948 of Dartmouth College born I for two couples Tile bath. (. Flagler Avenue. Can be seen i Duval Street: nov 2-5t
living, bedroom, bath, kitchen. after !
Dunbarton N. H.. 71 years i 4pm. daily. nov2-5t
j ago.
ion taken :
at City Office Furnished $13.00 week.
8:30 I Vice Admiral Harold G. Bowen I per Electric i phonograph and accord .
am d-
Apply Apt. nov5-tf :
bedroom horns, completely
retired wartime chief of the Bureau I -15.00.. Piano upright player
: of Naval Research, born ; furnished, 2 blocks from South
HuKM inProvidence type $6500 Both !
vesttrdav 85 2 bedroom unfurnished ,i in CIMM
I -
apartment -j Beach 516 Catherine
: R. 65 I .Apply
Lowest lost night 78 ? years ago. condition PlMme 15C9-J.
644 William,Street Ap-. St, Owner 3tx
VIc-n Maj. Gen. Myron C. Cramer t nov5-2tx
ply 1224 Duval Street
: retired I
N.mal general '
75 born Portland. Conn. I nov66t3room .Waterfront home landscaped lot
67 years (
Precipitation: I Premier $000.00.
I] :50 V 100, furnished two bedrooms : grand piano.
TI.t.1 Total I U this,t 21 hours .00 ins. ago Guy Fraser Harrison conductor furnished apartment aU'I ; ,' two baths electricBargain i 1020 South St. nov3-If
IhlXK-mv this month .00 ins, of the Rochester, N. Y.. Sym-t I utilities included. Phone. 889-R.,i. kitchen for quick ,
.65 ins. nov6-l{ sale. Terms. Owner. 2313 Pat F SALE-USED. CARS
Total this year 4561 ins1xojts phonic Orchestra born in England -. I j :
tits .. 54 /ears ago.Muiton 1 ,. terson Avenue, opposite Yacht
Relative veer 10b7ins. ,G Bo Ye. New York FOR RENTiOUSESCompletely : Club. ; Packard 8. 4-door sedan Good

Humidity. f lawyer, former president of the nov2-lues.thurat-tf,, clean far J, D. Bearup, rear
B:30 ..m. j .
64. I U" S: Golf Asso.. born in Brooklyn I furnished one-bedroom 822 Fleming. Street.
BarometerS !1 68 years ago. house for seasonal or FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD nov -fitx
Warren Kelchner noted Slate monthly rental Available now:' FURNITURE
Level). 8:30 a.m.
3U 01 in*. .- 101C9m K.. Department official, born Or-II Apply 914 Packer Street (rear). :! 1941 Packard ('Un"ertibl.eXC1'I-
Tomorrow's Almanac ;. J,n"eville, Pa.. 43 years ago. no\5-3tx, Love seat, breakfast set. barrel I lent condition low nvleappReasorable .
chair Phone 1517-W Apply: 616 Duval St.
Suru ist. fi 33 Francis Lederer actor bom "
Sunset pin j I FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS 1-1 Poinclana Place nov 2-at
5 44 p.m.I '
nov3 4tx
M..nnv 1241: p.m. CARD OF THANKS
M.....stl 1 1.33 : Overseas IiQtel lour ratei. Cof- 1949 Mercury port coupe Metallic -
\;... i Fir-4 Quarter Nov; pin We are indeed. grateful to fee shop bar. nov2-25t Sofa and club chair $40.00: dressing blue $265000 45; -1
many neighbors and friends for table $6.00; ice box $25.00: Poinciana Place. nov 3-4t\
I kindness shown and sympathy Call 635-M or 1527-M.
extended us in the hours of sorrow 'nov -3t.\
t Naval Ilya.iTrmorrow following the recent death ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4,. 1947 Nash 4- uur sedan. 19,000miki.
I e.f our beloved husband and fl' Playpen kiddy koop baby bed car in town
Kb: irn *:lar..Hr.l Tune) I titer the late Ellis Bradley. We OF ROOMS. SCO PER MONTH.I,'- and various iterrjs Call morn- Original owner S17300me\..
High Low I .octf trait. Must be seen to appreciate.
trust that each and ell mav accept ings or evenings. 1100 Mar
1:11 ,i.iii. 1::47 a.m" : this expression as personally garct, downstair no.4-Sb Can,be fiitaficrcf with ,
.i 17 pin 7:J4pia. I addressed FOR RENT-EQUIPMENT !l S69j 00 down. Ray's Bar. 6:.'
Duval nov3-4tx
: <
t ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I -2 ban Jaeger Auto-Load Ce .

l.t.f..r.THt- Station: Kv West I RESOLUTION NO 344 i ii mint Mixer. to experienced operator -!,Trailer ready to, live in. Cheap 1948 Pontiac. Scdanette. hvdromqtic -

Time cf Height of $7.50 per day.. Phone\1 for rash Phone. 16O, Dion. 2.QUO mili-s. New car
a StationTide high water 876-W. novt-6tl f nov6-6i guarantee .phone 1516 R.. .
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this Hondairklge I tv4.:3t:
) -Oh IUm 00 It.
Name Key I I CHANGE THE NAME OF DIVISION Call at R. R. RusselL 508 William 1935: Ch'rvJ Fair condition
ust end) :hZOmHj
t '
SliO No.7. 324 Elizabeth
Cities STREET TO TRUMAN The Stutz HoteL 410>> Fleming : Street for real b bargains curtains rear. -

\'llIly Point)-- )h 40m p'I AVENUE. Street, has an efficiency apt bedspreads blanketsdressK. .. Street.c. no\5-t':

Cites Channel I I'I i Whereas, it is proposed t. and several sleeping rooms vacant slips, blouse, skirts, .
kith end) +2hlOmf 1.4 ft. I change the name of Div ior. Low weekly or monthly etc. Big bargains. t Open evenings J9-I1 Ford coupe radio heater
oOoOE I IN f t Street to Truman Avenue and rates. novl.tf Call 931.R and goodwill -, Good condition $83.00.0.-.;
: I i i Whereas the City Charter o be brought to you for approval Ft. Tavlor.- wn-6-3t",=
The City \>t Key West Florida 5.2tx
<(< )--Minus sign: Correctionsto I r 1 FOR RENT-ROOMS nov
toe subtracted requires that such proposed action FOR SALEBOATSAND
: bv the City Commission Ni FOR SALEM1SCELLAREOUS'White MOTORS
( -Plus sign: Corrections to Furnished rooms. 626 Gnnnell
lie added I'I i published thereby providing foe I Street $6.25''.ingle. $7oO;
I the healing of any objection double per veek: nov4-3tx enamel. $2.75. Outside 36-ft.. cabin cruier houseboat 13

W-n ironing a bustle UM a I Now Therefore white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per ft: inv4i/resh hater cooled.
Be it resolved b the Cit- I 50 ft .Munus marine
Uilu cushion and spread the > Comrrticial refiigeration service. gallon up. 4" garden engine sleips
Kath over It. If you haven a Commission of The City of Key Guaranteed work anv make. hose $31 Doherty & c... 846 two. bottle gas -tove ice box.
tailoi cushion use tight wads of West Florida as follows: I I Florida Keys Refrigeration Olivia. Phone 1587 novl.tf full toilet facilities Slightly

nrw...pri m ire same way ,': That at. a regular meeting of I Service 508 Olivia St_ Phoni damaged, due to humcnne
the City Commission of The \.;u> j 1157-M. nov6-3tx Noma bubble.lites. complete set Willing to saciifice no reasonable -

I ,, of Kev West to be held on Monday I of nine with clips. $3..'. Poor ; offer'refused. 524 RrrtI .
niinioM DKmiscMrGKATII ; '
November 15. 1948. a public I II' WANTED TO RENT Old Craig: 1019 White Street. :, ane nov 3-4tx

:II.\"nl t\ i i hearing snail be held to hear an .nov5-ltx
I' objection to the changing of thI \\"anhd-Furni: quarters for 1 I Gray marine engints and servue.
-- --n. : I name of Division Street to Truman 2 adult2 boys aged 6 and 11. 7 concrete entrance squares and C. R. Smith opposite Firestone

r I : \ 1 i Avenue.I four to eight arcvks from Dec concrete door step Telephone Station Marathon. novl-Imo

-- i"': .I I I The City Clerk is hereby di 20 near beach. Bernstein: 801 742-JL nov 5-3t\ .

reeled to give notice of such p"*. Rosevelt St.. Far Rockaw ay. .. I FOR SALE -MOTOR BIKES.
lie this West Cook Buok and it-
hearing by publishing New York City. Key SCOOTERS fc MOTORCYCLES
i i resolution in one issue of The oct30;novl-3-5-6-5t''I herbs and seasonings, at the ,

I Kev West Citizen: a newspapei Marshall Studio Shop in Tele I 1943 Indian Motorcycle. $15000
published in The City of KejWcat STORA E'I graph Lane. Also limelade I
( 1115 Fleming or Phone 3aO-\fc"
Florida such olive, coconut 3ndyI
publicationto j garlic : nov4-3tx
be effected at least five day" ted Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor and 'turtle soup. '

'Li- fore.the date of said harine!. I commercial Phone 798 oct30;nov 2-4-6x : One (1) Whiter motor bike.

Passed and adopted by the City 110vltfTRANSPORTATION. practicalfy new. $.3.00. 820
Commission at a meeting held For gift sets bv Evening In Paris Georgia Street nov 4-6t\
this 5th day of November A. D. Max Factor Roger and Galkt

1948I Carpe and Drialvs see Poor
i 1946 Royal Enfield motor bike.good .
I (s) A. MAITLAND. ADAMS Driving to Boston abou Novem- Old Craig 1019 White Street: condition $9 .00. Mac

r Attest: Mav or. ber 12. Would take one lady' nov6-Hxi II Arthur Area. 270 Staples Ave.
VICTOR LOWE. with rr without I
passenger Phone 651. nov 5-31 x
City Clerk. child. Share expenses. 36-E! Cocoanut plants 5' high. 2oc and i
It 50c each Apply 1509 South )
nov Seaplane Base nc\5-2tx FOR SALE-FLOWERS.
Strett nov6 ts j
Palms. crolons. cactus hilnstiLsfrangipames. ; .
Wanted Cut Hair-Will pay I to irons, vacuums and
5 dollars per ounce depending fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone Immediate service. domestic 01 sh.phar otJs. Lou

on length. color and conditionof 1164-M. novl-tf commercial Holbrook Refrig- gatnvillava oyster shells other.
hair. Send full length sam- eratiun Service Phone 724-\V plants 1004 Southard St...'<'1.

pie Lock Box LOS, Key West Owner of 14 lots on square block I nov2-6tx Phone 1049-J nov3-6.21\
Fla. novl-12tx of Re 'nolds. Washington Wil- -

ham and Waddell looking for --.)

LOST a proposition. What have you

r- to offer. Bernstein. 801 Roosevelt For QUALITY FLOORS, ICs

Pallet (containing sum of St_ Far Rockaway. New

valuable identifications muney'l York Citv ( Inlaid Linoleum

,A'e rout( ktvs Reward if octSO:nov 1-3-5-6-51
o2 William .Street Phone I
GOV J. 3-ROM THURMONDof 138-J 'no\6-2t I I PERSONAL Kentile

South Carolina defeated ,
States Ri$.ts candidate for ROSE BUSHES Ula Hartley, representative special Tile '
president nuares his shouldersin reducing equipment for Asphalt

his off iQ at Columbia. He Ruse BuShes-World's best Hintson I Beauty Shop. Phone 32586 or.

announces M is a member of care and culture. Free illustrated 20125 for demonstration. 1600 AVw? Colon and Patterns for Erfry" Rttom
Bros. N.W. 14th Street Miamv Fla
the South Carolina Democratic : catalog McClung in the House
: Rose Tyler. Texas. novl-6t
party whicl he savs will not
be .c ct1ted to" by Democratic I nov6-ltx GARDEN AND LAWN SINK COERINC ()(TIC M)FCI:\LTY

McCrath.: Sefore the Nov. 2 !

election. NcGrath approved Books Books Book Welcome. President Truman. Key : Key West Floor Covering Co.

Democratic: to-national committeemen I Art Supplies Art Supplies West Garden & Lawn Suppl

in lie state who fav Bookshop Cur. Simonton & Eatoi C.., 914 Fleming St.. Tel: 1019.I IcovG 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stuts PHONE 1454
cu.1 Pr. wwt tl
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..._ ___ _r 'ili L :tWES CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, t, .


League Players _. I

v 7r1

Must Perform In UniformsHow *ASN lit

Meeting Lad Night Of MILAN MA
League Officials; wiS. N rSD

Gan'lell Stand 1134.50 Mic t rl t
T They
p ; Scheduled wr0
l I paNEd
Fur= Sliulinni SundaySenior IOWA ;
Baseball League meeting LOCAL BASEBALL'* .., M f it). rNO w j"
1/IAN /
was. held last night at the Key'\Vert Senior$ seHaU: >igit'Municipal Coto KAS rA yA I RL
: C4 ; /
( Stadiuiif-1 f MO Kr.
: _' r' home of President Pedro Agui- Club ,. Wlt.1p.ciFed .

.. lar. 'Ridd'n:: 2 0. l.q UV'# S tENNOKLA

') 'At e''t'n'o..k.. on the dot, Key West Ctowos '20 l.uOO S
",the pilots'm t with the American Legion 0 2 .()()(, sell NM as
( : following
Atomic Bombers! 0 2 .000 GA wo.
present: I AlA
: .. Pwlro Acuilar.: president: : .-
Y. VaMc7 vice-president: Sports Calendar'; LA

1\Ii.n Nellie Acevcdo, were '

Managers C. Wells of thyR
Bayview Park. Night GOVERNORS
Ksidcrs. A. Rodriguez of the FRIDAY_ % ;fI

American Legion and Ignacio 7:30 t0 9:00 p.m. I DEMOCRATIC ,
V. !Hcz of thr- Bombers; < / ....
Players Henrique Solomonand
Fernandez of the Legion' TENNISBayview .4v, Win-photo Map

Ao-voHo of the Raiders;: Park. Afternoonsand
Ump l'e.in-chid Charles Al-I Nights 't THE SHADING ON THIS MAP marks 29 states in which the Democrats will control the gore' ;:

burv. Daily play. I norship.. Check marks indicate states where voting in the election NOT. 2 changed the party ia

The schedule as published in I I I control of the governor's office. Democrats brake the 24-24 tie. taking eight pests from the

The Citizen. was adopted and SIIUFFLEBOARD i Republicans, but losing the governorship in Utah and Washington to show a net gain of sit

the umpire-in-chief was given ., Bayview Park), However. Wyoming is shown in the area of Re publican control because Democratic Gov. LesterC.

instructions as to the players. Daily play.SENIOR. Hunt was elected to senate and when he tak s s office in Washington he will be succeeded u

The player, the wmp was told governor by Secretary of State A. G. Crane. a Republican. Only in the state of Washington,
must appear on the field in uniforms had better than I ".
BASEBALL i. where. Republicans 20,000-vole le ad. are returns incomplete.
and must be able to coach *; .
'and the dugouts must be only. for Municipal Stadint!:,A#terlib:s l4 -;.,-a" _. --- ---- .. -

the players of each club. SUNDA NQVfMB'iR11_ +1:itI, = .sJt1- :; ;
First Game=Aloomie i4n
Games are to be started at 1:15 :p .
p.m.A 15-minute erace period vs. American l $}' +7. 'f"..' c.

will be given any club that is Second GamefKeYlW. 'j":

unable to put nine men on the Clowns vs; Red RaTdersl -;*.(;, .QI

field ?t that time. The first game SUNDAY, NOVEMBEB'I3-? r i
must end at 3:15 on a complete First Game-Key Blest C1ow- ,. w
inning unless thehome" teamis vs. American Legion! 7 MONr Mt.
ahead. Second Game-Red Raiders vs.

The umpire-in-chief and president Atomic Bombers. .1 ORE V MiNNSD NASS
will use their judgment on
First Game-Key We3t Clowns wis jr
the matter of starting times and t.lPA
first-game ending times vs. Atomic Bombers. i IDAHO wro MICM .v
Second Game Y
-Red. Raiders.
All thrown balls that Eo into
foul territory will be good for American Legion. .1 fe/ NEi. IOWAN %
one base. If the ball stays in fair I .Is /NO '/
territory the runner can advances TOPSYTURVYGRANDMA u W
.far as possible. C.4 ,;, KAs
Trie clubs playing the second MO Kr
game each Sunday will furnisha / 'NC

ticket seller and a ticket taker ---1 1I I TENS oft
for the first game. They must OKts C
NM f
be at the Stadium at 12:80 p.m.

Enough balls are available for rp
1 -. / ALA GA
the game tomorrow and" more y MISS
will be furnished next week.

The games scheduled for next /TfKAS lA t

Sunday will bring together in a REPUBLICAN

the opener the American Legion ..
and the Atomic Bombers. This SENATE 1 ,

t game will mean tha callar'lor one .

of thet clubs.--They- wiH ,lineupsomething DEMOCRATIC s a
like this Bombers-. .

...... Casado. cf: Santana. 2bi Jack

.. VillarcaU 3b Robert, e: J. Mira, I/It Witt-photo j/iP
lb: Jim Albury. If: AlbJo Ace- I
vedo. ss G. Barbel or Julius Vil- CHECK :MARKS ON THIS MAP indicate the seven states where Democrats wrested control I pr .

Jarcal, rf; G. Diaz or Pancho Sal. the Senate from Republicans in elections for the 81st (Congress convening next January 3. .

incro. p. Ll-Iion-Pazo. ss. An. r shading indicates seats controlled by Democrat s. In 12 states control is divided. The new n- .
guiera cf: Henriquez. c: Rodriguez ate will consist of 54 Democrats and 42 Republicans. .

p or If: Solomon. 3b: B. -'; :
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Villareal. rf: Garcia ib: Inra .
ham 2b: Fernandez p. or John ww-.: ...,.................. ,y of' I
Lewis. If if Rodriguez pitches -
i "'i
Perez reserve. I 1 he -,Veterans -
In the nightcap. the game fans ;

have been waiting for will-take i 'CornerPayments H. w. ; 1
place. It will be a hard-fought

affair for the teams will be fighting -
for undisputed possession of .www.wwwww........

first place. One must vacate the for physical examinations 11!: ,

top rung of the ladder. unles.- and other GI benefits raise .. ,,
they play to a tie. I
+ questions in the minds of -
veterans -
The participants will be Red s'r
and answers to such ques- It I-
Raiders and Key West Clowns.Joe I| ,
Casa. Jr.. will be pitted -a tions are obtained from the Veterans 4

against the veteran Alee who Administration and pub- ''

has over one hundred games to lished in this column by The Key
his credit and who is plenty West Citizen
as a service to our
btingy with hits. I) Veterans.

Shpuld Casa not go good on I
the mound then Manager Well.- ? Q: I am'a World War II veteran -

win try Mitchell or Philip (Chita I13akt'r. and would like to know if VA + a

who has had plenty ot will pay my doctor if I go to him i t -I '
S.+ i :
success: against the Clowns in for an examination to determine C

other games and recently on Nay> whether I need hospital treatment
or domiciliary care' :
Day.Raiders will have in centri. C. I A: The Government will pay i i1atk

Valdez hitting .385: Fisher (.385). w the cyst tit examinations by a

Accvcdo (.800 leading the Icacu.'. private physician ONLY if Veterans '

Cates (.330). Alonzo .200). Sut- Administration has given : --
ton (.000), Arango (1.000). H.II- the physician prior authority fill 3 -
such examination.Q .
vcy (.333). Baker .200). Joe j
Casa.. Jr, Mitchell, L. Griffen. I I I tI -- --; : I have purchased my home
I without a G-I loan. May I
For the Clowns, fans will we! I
the cream of the club in action'I'I .U n. Kitty' t)'";'''Ii mil a guaranteed? loan to buy furniture ,,;

in their efforts to get: control of I'j A"No.. '.
first piece all to themselves. L. I i
SYDNEY-oPi-Mrs. Kitty. Q: I am enrolling 'under the
Butler will lead off. .714: Smith I I j
O'SulIivan of Auckland. New G-I Bill in a college that collect.tuition "
!'I I s- _
2b (.000 Thomas 3b (.125.
in !
Zealand. is 68. She's also There it. a
Brown Ib (.544). A. Mclntoch If a ....
greatgrandmother.But I' chance that I will be forced to I j T. .
M44). O. Mclntoch
(.500) Allen
: drop out before the end
she's different from of the f> Photo
cf (.166). W. Butler or A. Dean I semester. Must I refund
rf (.333. Curry (.250) in reserve most great grandmothers. I to VA? anymoney | AL DEROGATIS (above husky Duke tackle has best named
and Alec in i She likes to- stand on her Lineman of the Week" in
the I
1 A.5'vu must refund the an Associated Press
I I I head. tuition poll f the na-
Charles Albury will be the um-J, She"plans to. '' to' "theP :t! that VA paid for the time tion. The Dnke captain. a star lineman for the Bin Devils
pire-in-chief. i j i j I I United States goon to challenge I i training: time covered by these since 1945. was selected on the basis of his performance against
all you did not attend or lose the' unbeaten Georgia Tech October 30.

Two Drivers Die ]!I standing greatgrandmothersto on your head [payments.: ,' ---- ------- -. -- _. .--.
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I contest. Q: Is it true that I no longer ,
ic an {instate my lapsed National WILL YOl SMILE?
I I, Mrs. O'Sullivan also can. ;
At WheelBUFFALO. ;;Servicc Life Insurance policy Weds IJrolliH'sRest
body rolls and back
stretches. I i| A: No. You still can reinstatei DisfijtjuHnivd' Miss
I i policy on
a "comparativehealth
N. Y.-Two motorists Her message to the world Man
basis" within three Then there
months '
was the little
suffered fatal heart attacks ,, is: Tight for a waistline ;girl
from the date of
the same day recently. Waiter without dieting." Her own lapse. If your ; who wanted to see the dog doc
-of I I policy Juts been lapsed for more I DEXVILLE. N. J- It must
Chalmers. 48. Eggertsvillc. waistline is 23 inches. + tor. Seems the family pet had
stricken. His i I| than three months you will be have been a case of love at fiat
was auto careenedover Mrs. O'Sullivan has come teen sick and had to be
required- takento
the curb and struck a tree. to Sydney to train for her pas a physical examination sight. Joan Van Onl-n. ) ;. went
to reinstate. the vet and she
Necessary !
Eight hours earlier. Alex C. Li- American visit. premiums must be paid. '.she mussed wept because to Salisbury Md. U attend herbrothers
becki. 54 was stricken in his auto gOIng along.
near Amherst. (Veterans wishing further information The next time the dog took wedding. There she
WILL VOi: SMILE? about veterans' benefits sick she coaxed and was permit- met Leonard Vandeibilt. 21. who

A fall fruit cup is delicious Colt Humor may have their questions answered i ted to go too. But"haJ she was her brother's best man.

when made from grapefruit and, VA by writing the nearest: !seemed just a little deflated inspirits When the time for the wedding
office.) and her came Joan and
orange segments and seedless mother asked her
< Sailor-I'm
so hungry could
: i iI why. make it a double wedding.
Thompson I
Serve in
grapes. ;i eat a horse. The Atlantic With
is saltier Joan
sherbet glasses and with I Ii I in the "Well"she explained -that giving her age as 18,
toi Waitress
a Well.
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S Kxcellentl SHOWING of Appliances ': .e t? .: J. K. BHAUJ. M.nap.k. PMORK till : :
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.! In ;I i I II had Urns dreaded the journey -

It J JI I BE OBSERVED AT from his peaceful Cumberland .

Tampa Jail JI I I I : valley t 0 ..the outside -

down to Ch:1tt: :>ncooga.I .

I SUNDAY Now preparing to leave at
last and urged by his wife to
ties and Jail guards for Hillsboniugh ,
vunty., Sheriff Hugh write !his name on a slip of paper;

Culbreath's I law enforcement American Legion Post And ]-" and put it in his )racket. he was
staff .Tfrave' recovered from a I Dslll"1-1!r Group will meet under the direction dogged: by foreboding.

I ihitrk given them by a young I Amcrictin Vets To Attend ; s of Bonnie Bennett lend lIe wrou.-. "In case .>f accident
who released I ter. will lead the Seth Serugfcs. "
man was recently ryt. : 44\ I Julie .Stone this was
from jaiY alter having been confined x Pioneer Group at the same serveic. I
a, short tune for drunken- A t First Methodist Church I attending a meeting ot the Presbytery -
nesm. j "Adam and Fallen Man" will of Knox in Savannah,
The astern paid lavish comidinnTd I i AMERICAN: EDUCATION-WEEK l WILL RE OIISERVED 1-j!:be.the subject for1 discussion at Georgia and the annual meetingof

all I duwn the Ime for j MEMORIAL i the services at the Christian Science the Atlantic Synod in Chester
the c-jutTu-itt care given him I I TOMORROW AT LEY METJlODISTj' Society a tit a.m. tomor South C: .ouna. "Obeying the

during" hu stay >n the Hillsbor I w1 CHURCH ; (: CHAPLAIN TO TALK TONIGHT AT! row. Thl.'rewill be a meeting at 'I I Vision" will l be the subject of
UKhCfounty; JaiL; The fond 8 p.m. Wednesday.: I' His sermon tit the morning services
was rsreKfitt.: the guards werecnrutMififtte .! YOUTH FOR CHRIST RALLY Morning worship :.t 11 a m. I while at the evening \\'01'i -
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and the arresting I 1 I In commemoration of Armistice Day, which is next Thurs-!!land evening worship: at 8 p. m. I i ship. "Except Ye Turn" will bee
-ptitirs unusually fair. 1I will be observed-'tomorrow in Uie the title, tif his talk.
Noticeably ill while in the jail : I I i day. and in observance of American Education Week the pas, Poinciana Baptist Church. I

r*" rwfivwJ doctor, dental and : j1 I, tors of several Key West Churches will tomorrow preach suit" There will be services tumor-
nurse car.end.. in hi> opinion, I!'row at 11 a.m. and at 7:45: p.m. Church
came <>tit ti it-juvrrvitrd num. '1 iv able sermons on the two events. in the Church of Christ. I First Congregational
b At 1he 7:30 services tomorrow the members of Arthur,;; STREET: ,
iJ. I p.m. Divine services will be held t )- j I 51T-517 WILLIAM
.....w:. 1" -1IIIIIIIIIIo.1" ::::; te Sawyer Post 28 of the American Legion and of its Auxiliary.whether'I I I:morrow at 7:39: p.m. in the Grace Between Southard It Fleming

t and the Disabled American Veterans and oIl veterans Lutheran Church. Pastor .
Whnf Doing; I or not connected with any organization. will attend divine wor- Chaplain R. C. Tindall of the I John M. Peyton.

at lh* ship in the First Methodist Church. U. S. Navy will be the! !Quest i i I Sunday School. 5:45 A.M.J. .

American Education Week will be observed at the morning speaker at the Youth for Christ : Archer. Supt. Classes for All
ARMKD: SERYICES: ( ---- ----- service at the Ley Memorial Methodist Church with the pastor. Rally tonight at 7:30: p.m. in the i
Y.M.C.A.: I WinphotoA the Educa- First Methodist\ Church. There ] 11:00 A.M.
Jackson Square. Whitehead A DETERMINED GROUP of President Harry Truman'.. supporters stands on the lawn of his I I the Rev. Robert W. Weaver, speaking... on subject. will 'be! a vocal solo by Penis I II MORNING WORSHIP

and Southard Streets I home at Independence. Mo., and chants "we want Harry." Earlier the President's daughter Mar t tion. Our Need .c I Larsen an accordlan solo by M. I I "OUR CHURCH" .
-. -' 1J1111 garet came to the perch and told them he is not at home. But still ihey're chanting far into the I I At the First Methodist Church Dillon lV:50: 'a: m. service tomorrow, Finder a violin solo by Gerald'1 Music by the'-Choir) ,
:-'IIUU"III1C11111 the? Choir, directed by Earl "Waiting" and at the (Special
After President Truman will rest in Key West Fla arriving there "The Church Saunders and a plane selection
MONDAY! I I1.11It night. a strenuous campaign: will sing, "O-Jesus; Thou Art. evening services he will speak on, by Rosemary Felton. I 6:00 P.M.. Christian Endeavor
Sunday afternoon as announced from Washington.: Plans are in the making for a biq celebra I. Mendelssohn.John ., "
< P.M.Juke Box: dance."Truth I Standing, by F- I"The Church Winning. There!
; tion when he arrives. Vice-President the President to Key West. I ] 7:30 P.M. .
er Conse- Barkley may accompany ._ Dillon will sing "Lord, will be special music under the I II i COLORED CHURCH
<|i* n : TUCSDAYt Sh.jW.1 Personalities fit (united Nations General Assembly' I j P. B. Roberts, at ,the ..organ: will I At the "7:30 service Wed After an absence of a month. -OUR SAVIORWed "
7 JO P....- Shuffle board sos; I -------- ------- -- I|play Afnus Dei-"Lamb of God,"i, nesday the Rev.p.m.Mr. Ray will leada I II I the Rev. Sg'-munu A. Laing. i I

N::ns (m ttir pfctio. j jI jI jI jI jI jI Iby I G. Disot and "Adagio", by: discussion and study in the .. minister of Trinity Presbyterian 7:30 p.ra Prayer-
M PJLt:-Th-iti e Schumann.At :I of Philippians for the Church has returned to the city Fri- 7:30 Young Peoples Night
WEDNESDAY: C.'IHIM.'I'ts.j'I 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Roberts will;|Book month of November. ,1, and will occupy the pulpit at
1.00 P.M.-Itukpitol 1 Fiilung trip. play Handel's "Largo" and "Sab I I, of' both services Sunday, at 11 a. m.
8 00 P.M. bumCUa fin-I bath Reverie" by H. Sawyer. The i"I The Rev. J. .IL Methodist Reid, pastor Church : end at 7 p. m.
choir will sing "Our Own America Fleming Street The Rev. Laing hat been away
hoer! ) I II '
OOPM "Ye Ole Country I II ," J. Wilson and "A Song of will occupy the pulpit at will be :' First Presbyterian Church
'.rt,". I Peace," from "Finljndia," by Si- ; services tpmorrow. There White and Washington Jtreer

Square Darwin. Virginia 1' !belius. The pastor will preach on a Youth Fellowship meeting service at Christian ScienceSociety Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor .
: Rot-Is). I : II"Swords and Plowshares.1At !6:30: pm. and the song
THURSDAY !I LT- the Ley Memorial Churvli, .twill precede the evening services.at SUNDAY SCHOOL

3.00 P 1.1. -Photo Civs. I ,the choir will present at the 11 7:10: p.m. STARTS AT 10:00 A.M.
9 30 P.M.-Dui.ce. Otiher.tra.frUDAYi !o'clock service, an anthem entitled The Assembly's Horr.e: Mis- Church Service
I'I't : "They That Trust in The s-ions" will be the t.ipic to be discussed of Key West
t B.13 P M.-.MoYk's. Riitlfi! Parties :Lord" by Forrest G. Walter. Mrs.: tomorrow morning at UK 327 ELIZABETH STREET 11:00 ,
Catherine Whiting wiH be at tie First Presbyterian Church by the Subject:
SATUnDATi8.IS I I organ.: ". j 1 I I|Rev. Melrose S. Avery,' pastor.I'At Sunday School. 9:30 A.M. "THE ASSEMBLY'S

PM Movies. I I The 7:30: evening .service will I 7:30 p.m. the Young People's., Sunday Morning Services HOME MISSIONS" j I

10:15: P.MSo -ornt I slww (same be a "Candlelight Communion! i At 11 o'ClocL' :
; P.M.
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feature) Service" with a short Communion
i Subject: j
SUNDAY 'I I Meditation given by. the pastor.: j "ADAM AND YOIIII I'a.uplr" Group
'.4i AM.-Java Club. The choir will present as its an- TTTTYYYYY..1 I FALLEN MAN"Wednesday Under Direction of
2.00 P.M.Tassic Hour. them. "There's a Beautiful Story"by BONNIE BENNETT. Leader
9 04 PJtL-Fellowship. Il.tur. Charles F. Lane.Xur \ : Eveninga'Meetings

Coffee and dough Church" will be the subject ; 1215 PETRONIA STREET at 8 o'Clock' 7:30. PIONEER GROUP I
nuts. I of the st'rmon0 be preached \1: 3 3i I Reading! Room in the Church Larder: JULIE STONE :

tomorrow morning at the First Edifice will be open Tuesdaysand
tri YOU! :;'''II.': I Congregational Church by the i 3 3j Fridays from 6 to 8 P.M. Visitors. Friends and Mewbers II
1 1I I Rev. John M. Peyton, pastor. At .Divine Services \ I and Thursdays from 2 to'4 P.M. Are Invited to Our Services

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; & The Rev. George; McNeill church Ray, !I t I F. II. ZUCKER Pastor \r Memorial Methodist
I pastor of the First Baptist J I' Ley' () .Cluu.tlt 1
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visited I "The Church with a Welcome'Corner -
earl you he brought his I
coronet alone?" I j. ; of DIVISION and GEORGIA STREETS: I

t MM. Wuodbev Syelle: "No ,no. Important figures at meetings of the United Na- Spaak, Belgium, political and security committee; I Poinciana Baptist I ROIIKRT W. WEAY'EII, Pastor
my dt&f-t' ', earl plays the vio tions General Assembly in Paris are the session's (2)) Hernan Santa Cruz Chile, economic commit CHURCHof
lin. president and chairman of its six: main committees tee; ((3)) Charles :Malik Lebanon social and humanitarian Church I : CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M. I
who are shown above, where the real workis committee: (4)) Nasrollah Entezam, CHRISTI Mks: Miriam Carey. Supt. jl jlI
j There are about 3,000,000. farm I done. In the center is Dr. Herbert V. Evatt Inn trusteeship committee; (5) Dana: Wilgress, 17th and Eagle I.
tractors in the continental Australian Minister of External Affairs and Assembly Canada administrative and budgetary committee; 10:50i.A/., 3/urnifig; IFW.s/ii/; i I
United J $Iptes. President Others are: (1) Paul Henri and (S) Ricardo Alfaro. Panama legal committee. I plaster Streets I
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r! If mnnttnmininnnnaiaiuinitnniinniiimmjitjninh N.C.C.S.! Ril M.l > Sliifly SUNDAY. .10 A.M. Morning Worship, 7X0: PJI/, Evening' l Worship; 1j"

4a Worship" ) . 11 A.M. 11:00n.. rk I i Sermor.: "HOLY COMMUNION" I

1021 Dural Street Kveil ingWorship Union I Wednesday 7:30: P.M.. Mid-week Prayer Service
6:30: P.M. Training 7:30 P.M. "Craft for Senior Youth
U Night"
-- By Wade Miller IEI'11SC) : ; IOUCILS: : 7:.15 I .M. l Evening Worship!| ,I Thursday Friday. 7:30 P.M.. Young Adult Hobby Night I

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; Chapter 22 ''It's got a couple of side roads into i t The slender man opened the Study. 745 P.M. 11:00 o'Cltirk
This coffee will be plenty gullies. It's about as curved as I glove compartment and lock two :,
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rkth ad.' I j I 1.38's out Laying them on the eat MONDAY EVERYONE WELCOMEFor i
Tell me when, redhead. After'he beside him, he buttoned his
Dues jour stomach hurtNut : traffic thins out I'll pick up except the bottom button.coat His 7:30: P M.--Spanish Class.TUESDAY Information. Phone 810 Public Cordially Invited
much, speed. Give me a little warning."j hand moved through the darkness ;1 Youth for Christ Rally _
,ir.uch. But I'm not hun- and pushed the gearhift 10:00: ) A.M.-Ifciwliiy. ror.1'avy -- -- _
bounced over old into second.At Director.; HARRY RUSSELL
Titreetc Wives it U. S. Sub |
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tracks and they
'Bth.ellMouthfu1t[! of bread tat of Paefo( Be ich. They were sputf, motor,the Walter sound James of a clicked speeding the Base iwling Alteys.: : COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US T()\UIIT; .:30 O'CLOCK: : |

)- aAd. 4xbecued p rk; she said' left onto "the" scarcely lightedboulevard J car's headlights on and off swift- : 7:30: T.M.Hospital Tarty ((2nd atI
} "If nice bwng alone with you that led to La Jolla. ly. The other motor slowed. He I Tues ) =
t here. I mean, aU these other peoPle The girl jerked his cult i strained his eyes at the narrow WEDNESDAY FLEMING[ STREET METHODIST CHURCH I n FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1 I
1 are shut up in their own cars. "When; she announced. "To patch of road fifty feet away. A 12: :30! PM.Hospital Fi>-hin<> Trip I I I
the right Two streets ahead." Corner EATON: and SIMONTON STREETS: : =
I like being alone. But low blob I
> alavat crept onto it anj 2: 1 I wish we'd go home and" let you I headlights.Walter James-"How swept does oil the stopped-the black,convertWe.! 7H: !'.M.-Juke\ lox Dam-w, I I : Coruar Flaming and William St. .: 3
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S jet He some flicked: rest his Walter.eyes across the begin: to curse: ?" soon carved A smile itself of across savage the triumph detec! Canifi.THURSDAY. :. REV. J. B. REID. Pastor -. I I Guest Speaker: Chaplin R. C. TINDALL I
"When we reach the hills. It _
t re..r- mirror. "I'm afraid \\e tive's I I .
I cn't rel lIw for a while." doesn't curve much, but it's the three lean face. Inside the car 1:00 P.M.SewirR M.n-hinos: : I 11! NAVAL HOSPITAL g
voice. best I can do. There are a coupleof shapes were barely visible INlar : VOCAL SOLO
She veered her "Why s. Showers. = Persis Larsen i
i. spheres that were heads anda Classes For All Ages
side roads. 9:45
Dot? You have to! thin stick that was a rifle barreL FRIDAY 1 I : CHURCH SCHOOL : ACCORDIAN SOLO M. Ponder HIs
"Put on some lipstick sug- "Sure!" we won't meet anybody Walter James stomped on the I :2:00!: P -Prv-natal Class..o : Merrill Felton, General Superintendent .I VIOLIN SOLO Gerald Sounder I
gaited Walter James:, "and while gas and let the clutch free. I 9:00: ) I't.U.trI't! Orchestra.SATURDAY ;' I
)oi're looking in your mirror, "No rm not"sure. Are they still The two spheres jerked and the I a Violin" Service 1(n::JU hock. : 1 PIANO Rosemary Felton f
caUh that black convertible lt on following us?
1 our skle-of the street half: a block "If they've got a brain in their door hurriedly toward the him began hurtled to open ". 2:00: P.M.Boxin;; Training. I : Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. : ',1 COME BRING A FRIEND 1 1iiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii
as car toward SUNDAY '
hope still have
b.dL.wt4L: it." she asked, running lead." we a good i the main road. As his front 'J'M::: A M. Communion Brf'akI I : Song Service. 7:10 P.M. : ;; iiiiiiiniiiiiiiMriiinnininimiinnmiiiiiiiminiuiiinimiuiiiti! : ; : :
I..... hand around in her "Here's one road. Kevin said wheels hit the avementV.llt..r fast (monthly : Worship .::m o'Clork<<: : -- -- ---'
i pur' c. She found the mirror.TwtMledee ,excitedly. "The next one's around i ii James brake slammed one foot on the 1:00: PM -Pi'nk-! (sinn iii] ). f.wl1iul SUNDAY :
pedal and jerked the BOTH SERMONS
and Tweedle- i this curve. I think it's better." I II emer- : REV. REID WILL DELIVER
dunn thi( ;;buys who pounded on I He squealed the car around the gency agony back.across The big the car screamedin two-lane Suh..b.. To Tine Ciiuj.n., \ The First Baptist ChurchCorner
me TMjv i warned me not to go bend with all his weight on the road.
near tui cops. I didn't think brake pedal The canyon was a -
they'd nek me up so quick." black yawn beneath them. His It looked like Little Steve trying BAHAMA and EATON Streets
"1 k .:{!wn 4wo men I cant hand hit the gear-shift rod to get out the convertible
See whiUJhey: look like." knocking it into reverse. Full gas door. He was moving in slow I T Trinity Presbyterian, Church i The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CKOKC.i; : ; : MrNKILL HA y. lai lor
Wkltuc-Janies flicked the head- sent the car bumping backwardsinto motion. Darmer was a frozen
lighta Roe carhop scowled and a slot in the mutilated statue behind the wheel of the 1 i 717 Simonton Street (Colored) : Corner of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
anibledlpter, pulling out the bill. canyon walL smaller car. I Sigismund. Laing. Minister i : G. LEON WELLS. Pastor : .
Dollar.1,entY-f'ight." she said. Fifty feet off the road, with the The hills echoed the crash of I SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
K."ui..5 us a small voice. car's nose pointing at the main metal as the car hit the convertible I 11:00 o'clock i : F. W. Smith. Superintendent1O5O .
"What doe those men want?" highway he stopped. The motor broadside. For a sickening Moriiin;; Worship ;
feared.. he said. Til idled and frogs began chirruping eternity, the bumper of one car I Services
take to i f you." He started the again. caught under the running boardof Sty IIM.II: i ii; 'Sunday : ::A.M Morning "'or..hip
car aDd out into the Causeway "Get out" Walter James com- the other. Then the massive I I "OBEYING THE VISION" School Sermon: "THE CHURCH WAITING"
suulching on the headlights manded swiftly. "Hide in the shapes wrenched apart and one i : 9:45 Sunday
when tU* vd passed the i&terscctitHL'Ketvin brush and stay there till I call rolled over the lip of the road ; ") "n''y! SflHH'l 3'3'l' "..M.i l : I 10:30( ) AJI . Morniim Won-hip. I Morning Worship Service Broadcast Owe, WKWF, 10:50: to 11:50:
looked back and you. Take this. D n't touch the into the canyon darkness. Hideous
vtUheJ: the convertible slide trigger until you plan to use it unrhythmical noises spewed up : : I
faun the curb. Wait till somebody's within ten as the convertible bounced of Methodist Youth Fellowship
I away : 6:30 P.M.. Meeting "
"Wlur.to now!" she asked. feet of you. then just point it- crazily out of sight. i 7:00 o'Clock Leader: Tes* Carey ::m 11.1.! Iacuinh: 11'or!'\hip|
\ .' "Wh f.- out this way?" heaskWha like you would your finger." Walter James rolled out of the I E\4-iiiii Worship : t Sermon: "THE CHURCH WINNING-
I He pressed the short coldnessof car onto the road. Metal gleamed Sermon: "Except: Ye Turn" : 7'JO: ( I.M. Armistice i Siimla -r\irc :
I ja you want?" I the .3% into her hand. "Yes. from either fist as he wormed to I With All Vettrans Organizations AttendingSMrial
curved road without -: Walter. Kev>i scrambled out of the edge of the road and looked t
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: mucfetraflic. And sudden side"Thert7il8a the car into the close darkness.j Over. There was nothing; he was : J ray r .
I .b." : There was a scraping of branches alone with black bush-shapes Tu Service Mt-n ".Z : Friday. 7:30 P.M.. Choir Practice
Jr I I r : ''''' 'af LL branchesgstdtlienstiilaess.The'1rOgsr'ha fe d.the dead night I .. 7 :JO. Youth Nigh ; : | Invitation .
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SOCIETYMEWS f-p? < ? > .o LOW DO. oA

t Keesler Airforce Base After1 Visit ...d_ .. z kE. '-J JTHE .;! W
LESU5 GULEY t P'c Braxton B. Warren, U. SArrnv. .' Pfc, Warren finished his base / U

I i Plinni c The Citizen 0Uice-51 i who has. been visiting his training San Antonio;' Texas, HICKORY GROVE -.:= ,

Residence-$29X1 j |mother, lf."s. Leo H. Warren r\d [and West was by accompanied two other local. to boys.Key ,I( Of all the time not to do.cert .' ..

I< family, left today for Keesler: Air- Hilton Lee Tift, Jr. and Buddy tam things, the Oovt: ttas a kaaelr ..

Officers Wives Club To Hold | force Base at Biloxi/ijis; *, where Williams, both or whom after of picking same. Take it 'rent '* I

I i! he) will take a coarse of training visiting their families, will leave now-Uncle Harry and his Ixpr
| in Aviation Mechanics. Monday '
Fashion Shorn, And Luncheon Friday f i._ Ion _. say they are gonna move heaven
.' -' -- -- and earth in order to gob pnie il

'. One of the highlights of the suits will be from the Mar-Ed, 1 Calendar Of j 1 OUR CHILD TOD.IV I down and what do they asp
social will
season be
the Fashion Shop\ ; jewelry{
: by:Pollock's; flow and do. They start g &law tut
Show and Luncheon to be held I er* by the Southernmost flower Coming\ Events "Forryott n" trjna" to bust the anal I II parktate I

by the Officers( Wives Club on Shop Island;and children's .attire by Old i companies. If there U any better ..
Frxky. WovT n et the Officers Trading Post. \ SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 6-' ;AI \ ChildrenV way to make meat more Kant= .:
Club at Fort Taylor. Mrs R. H. Harwood will act !I Girl Scout Week, "Out-of-f t and higher-J reckon they Wre '

The puncheon Club is sponsoring as Mistress of Ceremonies, and Doors" Day Picnic Climax-1 I| '.By, DAVID,'T A Y1.0a. MARKE overlooked it. And the 4 co* p4.- .
the affair, and there will be I models wiU include the Mesdames -I ing Week of Various ActiviI -I *p.2L'*,.f"> lea they choose to bust will rbe
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cocktails! at noon, followed by Norman C. Gillette, Jos- I I ties.SUNDAY. it 1 "The Fdcqotlennara.I'J. / divided into M outfits Sa. imt4-
eph ..,
luncheon and the Fashion Show, I as Hillis Gorman, T. L. Dwyer Thom NOVEMBER 7- I I. Cluldbtodgt.' t: Ii '1a of,[ |101 4 general l manager. thej :wrU
I .r'
i !daring which: will be shown the G. Holzapfel., Rehearsal, The Messiah.' Com- have 14 under the ftewyhope.
I newest creations from New York, fcmbree J. R. Lee Ira King Donnelley S munity Singers Meet. 3:00: *J Thcrtij' what Qlarp ';( laJWlii 9a tttgt A fine .wa.y.. to. cut 7I.nar. .. .
Miami: and Dallas. I and Miss Dennie Diehl I P.M. at High School Annex!i director of Teacher Education,i Sounds sassiTfra&syv"**
It has :
Formats dinner owns,,casual there will a--o be been announced that (entrance on United Street).'| at the Play Schools Associa' And :a little off the subject tut .
I cottons sportswear and bathing a baby-sitter in at Anyone wishing to Community i tion. calls the ages between 6 not too far, are strike they
tendance for join
the occasion I i and 12.These. raise too but the same i I
------ u __ ._ __ __ I Singers invited to U a iv prices '
-- I there Blather dun
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-- present .
I years, she r i raise finger. And when we ..
'Six MONDAY, NOVEMBER explains, "because a
Delegates From
I Key West P.-T. A. Meeting, Board of Directors I Johnny and Mary have lost the finally graduate in stnke technique -.
I charm of babyhood and -we can go socialist fcnJT. : i
To Attend Navy Wives Club No, 88, at I have I i ,
Congress In W. Palm Beach Home of President, Mrs. Vera not yet acquired the bloom of ask somebody to feed Uft. But.-
the 'teen-aqer' Children = says the little red hen, wh. .> will
; Six delegates from the Wood 1500 Seminary Street. of i
convention. In addition to the 2:00: PMMeeting this aqe are not so lovable as r we ask
Teachers Association parent-I program already they were at three, nor so Yours with tin low down. ii i
West Schools will leave I announced in I Pomciana P.-T. A. exciting 1 JO SEnRA.-
these 800 P.M. as they are in adolescence" : :
columns, there will : School Auditor! -
morning West Palm Beach be sea i
,I( I 1 -- --- i t
$there of to attend the Florida' Congress -{I sips on the subjects of budget, Week"urn. "American Program. Education GuestSpeaker I The inner world of tha 6toI I' w lUG WELCOME a" 4
Parent and Teachers .ethics and .
Be held in that city on to I! money-raising, home Dr. Lester Cancer''I I!j 12 ytars-olds is hard to qet at. i i (Continued From Page One. 4w
|>th. 10th and 11th. November+I I i I service dio-visual, public relations and au Film to be Shown. All nit n)-1| And because they are elusive I'i' uP> Wn photo dent at various points along J :
These ladies education. hers Urged to Attend, and!, years and at times baffhnq I route he will follow! .w.e
P. Curry of the are Division Mrs. C. Sam'! There will also be a conference Public is Invited to Tills she has |just written a 32paqeli j A GIGANTIC CROWD cf his fellow townsmen roars congratulations to President Truman at Preceding the President's ait -. *- \

gchool Mrs. Julia Gibson Street for: council presidents and regional Meeting illustrated pamphlet ""Under :: Victory R.lly m the town snuare at Independence. Mo. The merry celebration is centered around plane into Boca Chica wIlt be an-
; of Pu- officers, end this group TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9- I jstandinq Your Child -Aqes 61 the Jackson county courthouse. otJur one carrying the Washington -
innana Elementary and
Craw, Uo of Poi ('iana Mrs.Elementary Me- i; will ident hear, Mrs.Mrs. Griffin, State pres- Regular Monthly Meeting< of I to 12." issued by the Public!1- __ ______ __ -____ 'I j newspapermen who are ftg
; Mrs Amelia Camus, Junior-i publications George Hanford. Division Street Elemeotai'School ,. Affairs Committee, Inc. of New:'1i : ularly aligned to cover every
fi'tour 'High School; Mrs Texas 1 i Knox chairman and also P.-T. A. 7;43 PJH, ini I York I'I i TilE I.HE:>IMIM:: SAYS cuoor.tE; : : TO AN OLD FKIEM; ) I movement of Mr. Truman. TlwfC
Walker, of For
Hood also of the Junior-Senior Atlanta, Ca. School's Auditorium Gust; dealing with chililien\ in I j will also !be a number of correspondent .e
: who is the this : ...... ..
regional difficult .. -- - .
vice-president phase cf -- -
Spe&Ur growth. I from othri
Hijh School and Mrs Norma i Hof the National I Principal Earl E;. MI"J. I newsp-pejn! w
Congress df Lambert .
Par- '
offers the )
Pow from the Harris School. Hamilton 1 following throughout the nation They! *W
Every phase of pal"mt-teacher i ents and Teachers and the Njtlonal's I Regular Meeting, Key West, suggestions to be used, not as | 1 be ;icrompanird bv the Amicfotetl -

vat ,will' be discussed -ut this( Congress.representative at the Woman Club 330; P.M., all 1.| an infallible guide for I.nthet, : Press the United Press the. |

I Clubhouse on Duval Street i'Spot term emergencies, but for lone : International News Service :and _, ., 0
-- --- guidance m helping
--------- ---- Study Group, Harris School,) child your 'II. i taiHius't either photograpbvr 1
P:T A,.7;:45 PM. at Harris:J I to develop fully; They all want to record the
:Dregs>< Rehearsal Of 'East I I KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT '
Lynne9 Held School Auditorium Guts 1 II coming of President Truman t I .BEFOREHAND. U:
i Speaker Mrs. Charlotte prepared for i| Key West. The .
liar| resulting P4>- ..
;Lail Night; Pints Rehearsal Tonight kins.; Subject, Lejon Trou-: questions tall tales, about lies sex. "shockers. ," \licity will be WKU-spread. r.ore :

I L t'": al-jj FIlm. Public In-i( or stealing.Shockers" ,, there will hia number of menrepresenting i i ,
}Utmbers of the cast of "East swabs are best : .
are standing by, on the vited.! with humor :: the large newspapers ._...
..jmne"| held their first 'dress alert and a light Y r
re- j to circumvent a reeurreneeBetween l'and I throughout the wtHkl ruining '
a simple. direct, honest Si
,|>earsall last night and the final -the-aits oleos were: Enrolling Jr. !i saver without a display( of shame; ani -. i| t here also :

ft* is *scheduled for tonight, contJigent. ': also run through at the rehearsal, confusion I or anger. I At the Naval Station the President .. _

of course, upon the con- I and it is reported that everyoneis RC MembersIn I I When a child lies, he may he j will he met by the guard wf z
fLbon of the stage, which in key, though perhaps i it I II I afraid of punishment or of losing '. honor of the U S. Marines and ...
was 1 1'a'tE
I side sailors will luv the*
should be boys"
aided, possibly not i love. Relax
in your
;ranpletery awash last night with'btroine' the same keyNevertheless. Schools Here( I I make him feel sure your of your demands love ... route the President will take :
the tears. the from Caroline street direct to the .
I curtain will 1 understanding -
et Edges of feather boas and ends The annual Junior Red Cross I!I no matter .- '
Little WhitHoe.
rise, we hope gently, upon the what, happens.' a :* :
U the villain's moustache damp t first presentation i of "East enrollment in the schools started Stealing is usually brought The President is sthrduUtl/t* 4 <
tram immersion in last night's i on November 1 and will be I I I for the days :
j Lynne" at the Barn Theater on continued about; because there is not set rest next ten or two I
pity flood and now in process i itt I'j Monday night next. Borrowing of f through November 15. Aj j j I enough adventure in your child I weeks at the Little WhiU.IIoXfe.

being dried out are expected ',seat-neighbor. handkerchiefs to 100 per cent enrollment is the'I life Give him more things to do The building he will ocrubv will I
be .
to usable .
volunteer>> again by nightfall; weep into will be frowned upon, goal set by the Junior Red 'i[: Cfcd wore attention. be closely guarded bv't >(LT r a

... crews with brushes and bring your own. thairman, Mrs. Earl Dillon. Crosss i| |t2. KLEP TALKING THINGS j I fines. who will have mstnirtiunj: t ; .

-- --.- .:- ------7--7.---: ;. z Boygjend gulsas! r orrRttd''.OVER TOGETH j Reading I' ,, ..L....:.. tvtw -t to let no one enter the pretnLy,* ...
DfinceHeld i gross ml'mhers'pledge'themselves i stones i i< ofte way to have little ---' ---'-- unless directed by the Prei |fnf

Lust Night At NCCS to aid in meeting the"talk tests" which lead to understanding .- .A*> Witpho iO to do so. '. -Lon .:
I needs of their community their I! : The President may tonne'}Brit I Ii

For Navy Personnel Very Enjoyabh country and the children of tithe I 3. ENCOURAGE DRAMATIC PRESIDENT TRUMAN SAYS GOODBYE to HMjley K. Burgess, (left), railway expressman and Sunday November 14 to ,ate '
I I er nations. The Juniors serve here !I i PLAY, even though it is often I' long a personal friend at Independence.;Mo. Th, President as about to board his special train i i tend church service, but then i s
The NCCS last "night held a I Saunders at the heard the Naval { I I dirthtghty; "emotional he decide to attend church
I[ piano was ; in Hospital and our noisy on his; return trip to Washington. Grouped ;uo,.& d him are many other old friends and neighbors may
dance tor Naval personnel at the ,.in several popular numbers I II |civilian hispital providing holiday :, activity, for it u>. through; play:' in his noire town. 1 at the Naval Station1id.
NQCSJtall on Duval street. It I|I I Music for the dance was furnished favors and entertainment that children work out ,(their. .; i the last time he was here. Once:
,.teas well attended and much en- I by Arent Sjursen and his i 1 own problems. 'tI -- ---- --- ----- --- I'I he appeared al First Baptistt '
j jojwd l by those present Orchestra, and the committee I 4. SHARE, EXPERIENCES t Church on one of his visits here.
'During the intermissions therejWas' I I charge of Arrangements included in Saw Endangers j 1 I WITH YOUR CHILD EXpl'riI' ..u\n.: 1)1'? LEON: Tn \I\ !IIR1I.EI! FIVE: LNJl'HEI'! : !' Duval street between; Divuoni

; entertainment by Roy Sny.- the Misses Betty Lou Garing, roses shared with you provider I'i Street and Southard street, wan
_/who with his guitar gave a Sylvia Sanchez, Stella Delgado Town [r richer play material than a I e.p-a J S s ,8aa a also decorated l today. i 0
trio of hillbilly songs, and Mike .1 I Nick Potente, Mike Vonesh, Joe dos tful of toys. | It was announced today that; .

(Y,istesh, accompanied by Mary Kaufman and Steve.Buikweitz.'PoiiiriViin MELROSE, Mass-A five-foot 5. DON'T MAKE TOO MANY i iI the Chamber of Commerce Was

__ I RULES AND REGULATIONS. continuing its solici tiun --01I --
----- circular
-- saw rigged to the rear :
wheel of a jacked automobile, Your children want rules, laws I funds to help defray ihs uIi"OiC'T=
; ; School 1).T.A. burst and a piece of the saw and regulations, but they like i of the welcome to the PrenW4. -- 0 0i.
I. went through the rout of the "rubber band" type but not The sum of $1000 was raiseff1"
a :
r Hold! broken. You must kuow how to I: yesterday. t 2
Meeting Monday NightThe schoolhouse half a mile away; a I*' _
compromise graceful! be firm Tonight AI Mills of _
15-pOund chunk of the flywheel : one the
: regular meeting of the I'' American Education" There flew over the busines section I j'without rancor, be fair, and even I committee soliciting funds, wanU "- 0s
FUnoana School ParentTeaehen will be an address by Dr. J. and ripped into a house a quarter j look the other way sometimes to se "" + to have 12 local Boy Scout -* > "-" i

Association will be held onMonday Lancelot Lester Jr. and therewill :I mile away; a piece of metal spun sidestep an unimportant issue. I i meet with him in his office in the

evening. Nov. 8, begin- I be shown a' cancer fIlm. 300 feet through the windshieldof I La Concha Building He[ say* he .. :
stag at 8 o'clock in the School All members! of the organization i a new car and dented fits roof, ; Rejects Million, I !: has a short job for the boys to do
Auditorium are urged to attend this i while another piece of the saw: d in connection: with the coming of .0Q
-TAa Interesting program : lies. meeting .and the public is also trashed through the window of 31 I the President .', i
> ten. arranged, the theme !being 1 invited tenement house, showering two ,:! Fur$15- .' -- r AH .}local ,organuationj'_>antti

-- -- --.- -- .- occupants with glass and splint- .; ..;:.. I i proups' that era :planning .tojbp :
I : ers ,The operator of the sawt;t LOS ANCELES.-..Fmtd $15 for C ,4IL an'y' along th route to be" "folUvedbv
:-Lt.-Commander And l J\l rs. Gadberry; l suffered only a minor cut when speeding Francis G. Gorman. Mr Truman were urged\ to i
I the belt snappedllaileys I stnd full representations of the
; : now in Shanghai/ sent the Court ;
[Entertain;' 1 With{ ; Cocktail Party, Dinner I II I $1,000,000 in Chinese greenbacks .I Irtncy I bodies out on Sunday. .

: Announce! i( The judge oreleieing the lur :
>On Thursday evening Lt. Comjnuder I Mrs. Gadberry were Captain and I inch is worth only $2 in -- ,A' rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyyy'STRONG Q
Mrs. C. C. Adell, USN; Captainand I ARM BRAND COFTTt
and Mrs. J. L. Gadbtrry.CSNR. \ flirt! Of SOli American money returned. | FIVE PERSONS
Mrs. J. A. Farrell, Jr. USN; WERE INJURED SLIGHTLY m this derailment of the Southern Railway Sys-
I warned that if the $15 i. nut' i TRIUMPH ,
; \ entertained :a group of I Colonel and Mrs. Herbert E. Pace, Bailey'J !I ( tcm s fast passenger train the Ponce DC Leon, r.*ar Kent. Fla .In the foreground u an overturned ,| -
Mr ami Mrs. Fred R. forthcoming shortly, he i--
jfietds' at a eoektail. party at USA (Ret); Commander and j J announce the arrival of a nine. sue a warrant for Goimans ar t mail car guarded by a Florida state. high way patrolman The train was en route from COFFEE .

{ft** home follower by dinner Mrs. M. II Harris USN; Commander and one.half |pound boy on November ,,i[ rest when he returns to this Jacksonville Fla.. to Cincinnati. MILLat I
*. the and !Mrs A. C. Husband I, ,
Offiws Club at Foul Tay I 4th at Key West MumriKil 'country. | _. .
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'Iur.f% ut i.| CiMimuinder and I Hayes, USMC.141IPr | Hospital( t'tFROKS |: Cat Is Issue I j I .u_. Coiag! .. lo. Mar l In Haiti __. .. I I I canned( ..IIIIt'II.I in ,1PG9 suuw...i.- Ili.II I..lit....Croe.ra........................ .. .. .. ,./. :


i i : Held[ i j I I FLIZABFTH. N. J.-A eat i I Ii
('III Legion Auxiliary These frogs that come after ;.named: Rusty has !become the t j fi,

rains '', cause for a $35.000( ) civil suit for1: '
il.U"li: nr October 2Kth; Plans/ MadeForiCoining I And hop about where water damages According to the plain arc 7 I I't 1 S' .:
stands I I I lift Mrslteatrice<< Cohen the lat
Events; Of Organization I Disport themselves in stiang|! '; _behind her at the mt at ''
I' est revelry. 'j'counter.I I of 'tt\e..P.\ J'5R9mtfell.: : ; .. i.
9 o'clock on November 11th. .. Stands for JUNIOR INSURED SAVINGS PLANa
The American Legion Auxili !at No understands. 'igroe-ery stun. -. --Wwliwkl..Alrs -
creature '
the r ; d completely new savings plan that
being received by creates a growing
Gifts '
1rJ ., 'Arthur Sawyer Post Unit I are "11 I have wondered what could I Colien ..apdl'otally.stt' "f" x 4 estate of insurance that
il for the Veterans Joy ;; j i'I : protection mature in cash for
Legion feli'biifkwaidj!I (
thu'lJ. :
Dcung& retirement at :5S Full
>.. return of
28 held a very enjoyable buMeeting >- and all members who have : be their aim !j.ihjLlrf Ahkh age savings deposits .
Shop for 'she 4nJ I..t !I t plus face amount of contract if death occurs at any
and social hour tin8tiebtr not so far contributeel are e' I As they shout through the' husband want T35,000.e time from issuance to age 55. Insurance protection
ttth at the Hall :' quested to deliver their to l night- I| a triples at age 21 at no increase in deposit A*.J.bJe l
e Two important announcementsti ''the president of the Auxiliary I Vying with the raccoons' cri s 'WILL HJli S1I1U':.v to children age: 1 day to 14 years
nude the first !being that Mrs. Tessieimmenauer, utI'3 j Or the herons' muffled !flight ,, al F.. Ieo.a.Ie _
.*Ill member ', street, or to Mrs. I ',r 7'///lr/trr i tl !
.... of the organization Whitehead I To the harmonies of nature Tonga'. ;
& mart at the corner of Simon- George Archer at 14JD Newton I This croaking must belong :
ba : The Gal drrs are still 1 t H. S. HOLCOMB
aid Ekton Streets on NoxemW stieeti But ears attuned to dissonance talking 1 ke
7,St 7 p.in, tie the! pui ptisch !I i I The following new mt'mLt.rswere I Could hardly call it song. 'ul going abioad:' tI BOX :5E9 District Manager KEY WEST
Unit at ,
attending church ser ieca in received into the FRANCES HAMES.I I i I 'Ye. but I don't believe" they u
tile Sum Church with tUe Ameiicvond ''tilt' :? October 28th meeting: Ml'sdamt's I I I I have the slightest. intention I.f't 'I
baLrcion. :: Mary Krager, Gloria going" II i iI '
Anderson, Mada!- \\PersonalMention} ; I Then do ,
The announe-ement wasMemorial Ba>'U'. Madge |I why they talk about S
tbII Services will LM ,,Irne Sands Mwpah Pierce; Grace l lit'' :Market: scene in Haiti shows how "'rm women bring produce to THE FRHnmin lifE msuRnncE (9. : W
kid : Cobo \olanda. J Chief and Mrs. William II "Remarks. of tlu,t ort make.
at the Post Home on No- GuzewitlsEliza the towns for marketing Agricultural problems in the densely n.
ssmber llth. Armistice Day.. beat !tarns Dorothy Stirrup, DaleJov Smith and their three ChildJ"n,1 I a profound impression in $;jXK,( ) ayear i iI populated Caribbean country are now being studied by the United Springfield, Illinois
Floiene Sands. Let Sandra, Pete and Brenda. 3d 'I circles." On al Ilk Ah.e,. .rd.., :
fIanut. followed Stirrup i iI Nations 3Iision of Technical Assistance to the Republic of lI.AitL'lbe let-J .e f
10 30 ant, i I i .. ,___ _
for New U _
RussellCrMf Thursday London <
Azula |
Opel House from Noon to 6'00 tie Isabel Adams, :Mission, nude up of experts: from the staffs of the United .
(,. Alsu, HM Legion will hold Hilton, Eva Gibbon, Mor to make their home Chief Smith]I i Read the Classified: 2idi in The' Nations! and its alhluted socialized agencies, will make reeouixctadiuscs t'" w A.ww
.. sawn. Ainu.,. Diy V.nce''tort Hen nil LVaaln Jetr>;. lit I ituched to; vh e1.. S. S. Irex. Citizen.. j I : ca rilleDa.nLue) to:>> Hiiti's scsncnuj:: develepcsnt. j I 9.aJ J

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1 Board Revises r A U8 I

1I l'r.T HastingsThinks, 19fna ,
( +rtrim'CcnfroxeF a
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Bf HASTINGS BAKER, Zoning Ordinances 1 an it148 :
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}it itI City Commission sitting as a J wt au r '
t : IT One way to take I1..f1. lot of i I
;I planning{ board last night chang;: i i iIed
cash in hurry.is to sell at a Io .. t.
the zoning ordinances. The Igg6
Bob Knetzer of Edward&vtlle 'I'
I Illinois, tried to get rich, $hat. changed: I
way. He old automobiles. From zoning A to B to allow
less than he'paid for them. Within i chicken market in Simonton'
J 30 to 60 days after-a-customer I Istrecl near Angela street ,
deposited $1,000, the car' was de- I From Resident to business a j
livered to the customer at I list block between Angela: and Pe- jl l

price. Boh. got: the, car In the tronia streets in Whitehead streetto I
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blaek'r ),rkeyj'hd\lpi4' \ ntpney on txMimt of tearing idovn mme; -
the deal.. But the customer"vvas, I old dwellings and"ereuinj: a bu>- NAT. AIHIJMSS to double its present service in uarv I to triple the present serv I'
fiery hippy; and toallo! his wiess' block. : and out of Key West with early
I. Continued Fiom Page; On1)ville ) I''t"I
hieiuU about' J I
: 'Iaavs,1ielt )' "VlM+ H. : Tallahassee Mobile Ala. morning and late afternoon departures -
dive you 'any t''f: VVii1 'u-j jVittrue : lealit had fiOlWIplane i to hiifarfctf !
excellent MERIT SYSTEM
providing:: connections
; just d '&il $1,000.TJd parties --4t" money too: and Miami.
waft AOnpnUi: 'qr.!5,0. l 5jq itI.M of ...rmally.the bubble burst and now H S. Lewis of Key West has to Miami, Jacksonville, (Continued From Page One)
.. .. .. and made ,00l. Dub laces .. New York New Orleans
people tam $1 ,
a j*J..1 T tfin j in "taiL Miami and Washington and White streets, under the supervision
; ; ;;; ;; ;;; ; : deposits", The piote !> Vo'a"l IP,,j I The whole, .tiaij: business; I I- i been transferred and other major cities on of MIs. Francis band.
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i' If \,\\ l\ .11ra. II', C.: ,. irif/i burros she used jackiclimAer.TOM healed and cailr of. the pew I ed1about two years and t-I' Hill, be basal at the International ::
the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts It Detailed information concerning
at th.t city
It customers told all hit friemU. In five million dollars passedtliiouji '
It waalho stated that beginnin 'is also expected that service will each position has been posted ID
a short time people'froni all over Bob hand..
('T1 Newd 'uf'1 fly ADEN ... .i'K' loaded Keith gold and silver oir and on one., the United Staler; anti even > ? December 1. National plans-I be further expanded about Jan- the post office. __ i F
I .,-' ;von the body/if a dead miner! ; foreign;:: countries were dr|"wei' of I Ilii I
!"IESPLJU': '.; < "n> M.'n wcrr 'CIH'- that j wintcl she .
One day. late in Jhe was I $1 000 t\th| Bob lie had piles.f ; | Lau us: under lend-lease::
doy twcx: .n I I'M.'1 when Olga Cchaal wru a;k; riding a hone at the head of t ir m> The I ilf money by selling ed to take her urbi haul oi pack hor=cs \h th normally .sure. footed animal slipped on .You ask,. what about these them Italy is:: helping us by ie- The Makers of CL nn 1W Present
Rgby' li- |h in the t 1.a Plata mountains: 01Th some ice. Olga flung herself' out of the r "ple exciting cars. Bob; 1>II.h- I fusing; tu J give Russia the !ship
thw"'n CnkHC1tio: saddle. j just befpretlle horse rumbled thousand .,. ably worried about that toohometiincb. I! due under the Italian peace -
.. Cut still the money Jtieatv I Italy is waiting: until we 1
( "levn ge gut packed in the tup- feet down the'.mounfain. t ," 1 --I.
tame flooding in and he thought sdO. K., and '
,we \von t the
give : :
plea to the miner and started a thirtr-ycar .She pictexiher wajt down and .( !thc I
maybe with all that mon >' tic 0. K. until we get: our ships back
|'c.iaer which made her the only womanIIMk..hec..r Vuii' e apparently-utiinjured! 'Tlie.deep ,snow-had. could make ,a lucky: spetutation, fioin Ius.ia COII1BIDRT10flSTORMSTOP
| in these parts. cushioned: :: his fall She tried to dig him' out- but I I and make enough to bail hU1I *
V I tint ....M.. i M.." W (' LUtlf now. anti! vlu's it was slow cuing i in th-;Jiaid'crusted: snow I sell out. Now comes the sad pait The themv atomic

Hlnert|, H4ii Ih.. Mtiiiuiiiw of hi r (>...k train-sIx Knowing he would freeze to:death if tcft out i Cob's investrbents lost money in energy to run airplanes is 99 percent ..g ...r, fns.RUIUIUG .
IMMI.. hv a nf. <>< t...-s4. dl her ranch near hiir, alt night" -Mtrapnr&juhum.blankets. ,and\ pant I big -batches. One deal cost. him perfected; So says one of

The K<.'k>' M..un!am ranatics" Ltd in lustnwunlain l\ ,the night i nc.y hlnN t m."Ding, s.he; led thc:1 !8oOOO:Those. Hollywood x besot--_the top men in this fieldHolidaytaste SHUTTER
.... pack tram afoot to.the mine! and got &elp"to dig .
nw '% % in taw summer and hav i .mvmvvr..mvvvvvvvvYvvvvy.vin.......
piriity nl ....In in th wmU-i They hardly I ever out her horse' i Two modern, home necessities m one-boH
wwkrt. ...h..n Mi*, Little packs in f..r a hunter Then there1IS the-'rime when she was' TEAK 'ROUND e I- on,attractive awning and a positive sturdy
sade. I "snowed, in nn a.tnp-U> The Neglected I( -10,000-fect : storm shutter 1
.. I high in ihe mountains. Seventeen people and 23; PROTECTIONagainst ; yt. All ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION
therew. place at treatseyetyday.
On that lui.e pack trip nn I burros tan' eat *,lot, -and'at, the end of five days
hr IIHIKt.>i a K"l l ><> klrvp so she Ml up all night ii iiii '. EAUTIFUl ENAMEL FINISH p,
the food was about',g nc. Elevcq men started ; I
In It indents office. Thj next (ly! > she I .
l.y down* Maps. tjtktdt i iht. trail la slttp.I J i out with Olga!, to Another;mine 'nine miles avi:ayfor : I' I SUNWIND- SIORM-STOPS ere "always :
food sOnly five>l them had courage enough ready for action**-day
She w** hardly.. tMMk on the trail after her back to'TheNglectcd' with enough 3
: to folhlwhet: : : I RAIN I and night ram or shine, the
nap when rut met a" mine suifermUndcnt. who I crackers an deggo to last until her next trip.I year "round. When a storM
nerdrd .- w park in supplies to his mine, I la'19 3Olga married .W.: C. Little a miner at ii dic and STORMS j approaches a pull on the'
The Nrgtvctrd: I The Neglected: She taught him the art of pack ; .. 3 convenient; handle and,your
I Olga, U..k the J..b and S....n changed from '. ing and they enlarged the train to '40 burro FHA TERMS modern awning suddenly .
lusts to .Ituriuo. The cniirit-," could cany al- I For 'the"next: 25 rear'I 'they packed t* Csll M Wntt Ir Full hrfwmatiM becomes a solid rugged

mot M tneu has the I iMmcs-and were much more I I nearly_,every 'muift.- ,itt the 'La-,Plata*. The.. -c KENMORE 3 3E storm shutter or window
\ Mirr-fouled <>n the steep. .a--U-hke trail coming,of World\ Wu.II shut down most; of. KEYVENETIAN WEST guard.

She hit the tk avi y-lC\Illcd burros wherever i the mines.,and Olga pi Bill retired to the' E Elt'clricdl 31 I
.. the burros I ranch'bought wUh'their'savings.; ." .'- AppluiiicesYours ,
out ,
miners ne 'dent .uppt : BLIND CO.n111Pn (!s
;.a'tS :MLongcd -- if ianJESlinds
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; -I II him to visit a main city fire station 'W Living 123' DUVAL STREET TELEPHONE 1042
IIK.WT\ I II -1' r Visit: : The visit ended fatally for \, PHONES 1560 and 1561 -- --

I (:: Illl/l/.1'1(111; ... p: OO'j''Jtimmy, hov,,ever. The boy fell 12fect'throjueh iEAM' --- -- -

s Ends Fatally : a.second-storv open ROEIUCK AND CO.
/uxfifffJirr | I.-: mg around! '-the, sta.ion'lislidiD:
pole" and.was;' injured fatally
YAKIMA, Wash:= Jimniv ,

AP N Br.w.BETTY le.lur ea CLARKS Beauty Editor I: Giiude 3, wa; delighted When More than' -3'million workers in IL SIMONTON ::fr FLEMING STREETS CATERPILLARand 'J

A beauty mask will qivcl I+,a--fireman.-- on- his-- -day- -off-, took- -1 the Us.:, ate over 63 years of age u &U. II i

quick Pick when I. .
a up you
you ::!piniiimwimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiwiiiiiim! ARONOVITZ I miiniiimitumiiHiiwiiimiiiHiiiiiiiimm'S!';; lARWROUTH'S, '
that "all leel-
t t develop qone'; : :; '= HYSTER.
inq. -. jJ
Store of Fashio&'l'o11'Il
G You can whip up a homomade a !lk'N')1'1'ltll 1 E jJI I
r musk in a |iHy All
that's required for this refresh Two names synonymous. to heavy

er is an eqq white beaten to a Apparel '1 and earth
construction moving
I f
lovely frothiness and icy goat be I I
I quality witch hazel. Pat the I equipment make possible for the i
cqq white on the lace and neck: __ Youll Be -
with an upward and outward dancmgUIJ FIRST TIME a revolutionary machine :
Enchantedby .
while the mask E -
motion. Relax I
j u ,
sets. When the eqq white has the i 3 . '
I dried. remove with tepH wn NEWSuits. :;; jo)1)
\ ter. Dip cotton into (the chilled -= -:;" 3 Tractor i
witch hazel awl gently pat it Track-Typo

44; !: Bulldozer 1

i I Coats I j \ ) JANTZENIC Dragline

s A \II VontlerfulCnii +

I F I : !Ollllllttioll 'nicnl I i I Clamshell
1 _! Dresses. I i 'a t'"vi

1 | Thcy is herein al I'! I j Crane

|| the!and Lalsst FabricsCOATS Style .=.II fEE fE } { $395 to S1Q95Now - Pile Driver

I ; J__ I Iin 1 II CATERPILLAR and HYSTER delivered\ their first wonder machine in
s; If Is the Time ; '
1! | ALL-WOOL ? the FLORIDA KEYS to HUDGINS & ALFONSO. INC.. a firm of General f

%LIt I| aria GABARDINE All,Wool t aT !I E To Start Your 3 3I I Contractors. This new utility and production machine operates on a :!

I ., : f full track oscillating tractor allowing maximum mobility. easy maneuI

It a I -- 1 in DRESSES CREPES. SILKS ;: : / .! \t I ii! [ CHRISTMASSHOPPING j I i verability and rapid operation for the unusual terrain of the Florida !'

.HIM i If. .UI.I'M I and WOOLENS ..t h' t't 1Z 1-: \ I Keys and its surrounding areas.

ln.ilen t'gj ii/ufc user f : \ =II 1 : 3 3I i I
M : This condensation of expensive heavy equipment permits speedy operation .
your Jute and I nt-rk for I Childrens'I at '.. : 3 3t I

lax nlnlr;/ trait for I COATS'it "
lUll < \tf: "'-"' EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION I t of heavy construction. road building pile driving dock and pier building -
the irliitf; In ,lrJ". '
egg .. '
= Marvelous Variety :: ;=rt E
over the entire skin surface -H from which to .7 1 excavations bulldozing and clearing and crane operation.ALFONSO .

This routine should make your 1 Choose
r : Take / Our.ayltruy
t Itlntnttigf III _,_ _
skin glow
e Thl ii J MXK'' io..Iuty beat | i 1 /. I'''"" !h' For
I nx-nt liu any tuuo ut day While H and II : 1 'fliI.-"fI Ol l1"liolii ; =
e 1, innbt people prefer to do it just I FABRICS =I tE E '
before going to bed don't hesi : I II
1 t late: to Mn yourself this jiffy ., &
1I HUDGINS 1116.
mask 'last. then; Ip the inurninRIt i ( FORMAL.WEAR

i any' >have curc to 4 rise aiutpyhtMii.a half-hour: you I NEW FALL SHOES FOR 3 3I ,

earlier: for \' I3ut'tion'I let that wary you-by //* All The Popular Slxukv -..: I '
the tun- \..u haApplied. the I !I E DJNNtiR GOWNS; fill,] NORMALSIre 3 (GENERAL CONTRACTORS)
mack dunked jourbcll in a nice
bubbi bath and given yourself a ,I ,\ Iiruc9>ortnieiit from uhirli to Chou-e : C .': Just If'hut 1'ou'/"/ If'ant for the 3

rirtiun rub with a turkish towel Sl l lea that INen: Siuulrs Patent ami Kids I E (;ay Holiday beuiun Just ihenil
3 will be all set for the da>' ; > are : SUMMERLAND KEY FLORIDAPHONE

Keep in mind however. that no C COME: IN TODAY AND LET US SHOW YOU = ,
Low and! Heelc
beauty treatment u ill arcumpl High
rood I"t.ulbf \ou do not get I S I n THESE NEW CREATIONSAPPELROUTH'S '
proper riit An extra doe of relaxation E
1 note and then will help : :

keep l4.th>uu-;,young n a -pet and-cent pretty ot the!p1 CHAS. ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT ; J Summerland Key No. 1 Ramrod Key, Floridar

weight of typical plant is miner 511 DUVAL STREET PHONE 174
*! material drawn from thenit i E 3
.' :seennennnn.nstunninnnl K..y WMfc |.fjft{ Sail! ItUtllHIttlHHIIItltmilHWIIIIIII- ,
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