The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00263
 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 30, 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: UF00048666:00263
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I I Key Went Florida has the Associated Press Day Wire t tI

J most equable climate in the 11m sf '. ifi Features and Photo Services I
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country with an average iitIw .r: I. For 68 Years Devoted m the I

Best Interests o/ Key West
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Chamber Will Not I(I British Change J r -- Proposal Offered To

(! Stand On Division I II I

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Sell Orange Bowl .I IOf Palestine II

Give City County All

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Tickets This YearDiappoinlinentTo i, PARIS. Nov. 30.-A spokesman :, ,

I foi the British delegation to the !

I United Nations said today that

; x* Git'at Britain has changed its I an t I II I Overseas H'way TollsDuval

position on the division of Pales- ..rrr

Many Local 1 I Air Parcel tine between the Arabs and '

I Jews 1 -11: i1'uc'arro Iml! Louis Carboncll! To LuHcf \'

Folks Post Given I Heretofore the British favored 1

( i jpivins! the Negeb desert to the Merchants S""ti"! ,, on* Local Civic

1 fast 'I hat nmc' l I.I!+tYear Fast I Arabs and the western part of II

HandlingI I Galilee to the Jews' which was a Warned Against 1lll'rOI'"U'1 (; rOll/,
Oltjrrlctl To : in accord with the rerommenda j
I offered by Uon to the United Nations ot
service s A proposal that the city and county get back of a movement tu
Nulling II. >. (Ham) Tn : the late Count Bernadotte i Trash
i the Post Office' Department: for Under the new the Disposal : transfer the tolls: from Overseas Highway to the city and the county

Miami; Iril To Irei!'iou the fast dependable transporta- : Jews will pet the desert set-up.area I will be made at the next meeting of the Civic Improvement Associaiion. ; :

turn of mail bv air is Air Parcel Other changes in the propose d i :1 1 t w Merchants along Duval streetweie CoL G. D. Hatfield. chairman of the organization announced
The K.' West Chamber ofC"nUnt'n'l'
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Post This new service providesfast partition have not :vet! been pub warned today that there isa
slated today that, con transportation at low cost i. licalv specified cIty ordinance prohibiting the I today.The proposal will be presented to the CIA at its meeting December .

trarv to its plans earlier! this for all mailable matter weighing It'seemed today that Israeli ..weeping out of trash into the I 10 by Dan L. Navarro. head of Navarro Inc.. and City Commissioner
in excess of 8 ounces". Postmascer : shortly will be admitted to morn gutters in front of their places of
HKinlh it will not handle sales ofOr.mgt" I Louis Carbonell. The meeting of the CIA was originally
HoIIon]] P. Bervaldi: said today '' business..
the United Nations
i bership in scheduled for this but for week because
Bowl football tickets this Friday. was postponed one
: making the 59th nation. Great The notice came from City
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of the absence from the ofCol.
year. i| "Parcels weighing; more than 8 i I Britain through Sir Alexander i i Manager Ralph D. Spalding who
This comes as a disappoint ounces intended for transportation Cadogan. has announced she will : said that often he had seen. men Hatfield.
IA)I-S ni <:I Ir ; .,
not be the admission oft ... I j sweep out the stoics: and Commissioner CarbtmUl ul
mt'nt lo many Key Westers and by air may depositedin not oppose ; -- -- -- arms ,
street corner collection]] boxes. I Israeli. ;, the :sidewalks into the curbs today that in making the SUJ.K:
tn tin Chamber of Commerce l' \Virtphoto : ,
he and Navarro had i
tion in i n
They should be presented at the The application filed' with the "The street will always look
said Harold R. Laubschcr In. theotgamzation's : post office or a postal station for I UN said that the admission to THIS SCENE OF RUIN at Ponca City. Okla.. resulted from abridge i dirty said Manager Spalding making; the city and the .l I\I'lv', .
manager an 1 virtually, tax fret. anti ti u- d
to the public Laub- mailing. membership would be an act of I collapsing under a truck The vehicle struck and broke ;( "The new coating of asphalt laid
explanation trailing to Monroemam "r f 1
M'ho'l lists the following points : "Air parcel post receives the international" justice to the Jewish 'I I a truss and the bridge fell, dropping the truck 30 feet to a sandbar i m Duval street is black and mtiash .' financially' wealthy.'-',. .I.

leading' to the Chamber decision [same fast and preferred handling i people I Driver Albert Bartell 31. of Wichita Kas.. and Arlis Niche I : swept into the thomu" "h the countr

: i as is given air letter mail" I !I oil 24 of Stockton. Kas.. a passenger were injured. fare will :show up plainly He solid'ht.o had also II i ..

I -Last year the Chamber was : bv use: of the tolls of alwmt sd ,.I. '
chasers of tickets 1-- i
asked I bv the Orange,:: Bow I com- gladlv ( .n'l talc Bulletins month the development I '
.... distribut tributcd the extra amount. I Veterans CornerQuestions the .
n"" in Miami to tit>-county park at i t
tukits' in Key West. Knowingthat ;. 3.-In April' the Chamber was C... .1.... '...... .t.a l.r..1 PRESIDENT THANKS Simonton street the eonpi-t tvelopment
in the past relatively few advised that this year all ticket < I I \ of Garrison Bi, "+t i ikethtr

Key \\t-sters had been able to emi : would have: to be orcleid malt FIND WRECKED PLANE I about automobili with the mamttnir,'

i' tnktl':. th- Chamber agreedt i vidually by persons desiring; to! I (for veterans eligible! bv reason ot r 40 miles of Overseas Hat\, t t. .
handle the. sale At that time 1! see this >ear's game The Cham I MADRID. Spanish soldiers LOCAL CITIZENS foss of limbs or loss of use ot 1 1t now controlled by thi Ovi i

Ki tit'kit*, wine allocated and all l>er released the news how individuals j reported to the government to them and insurance' die part 'a t Road and Toll Bridge DI-It''" '

tin It.ttf'IS l from Key Wcsitrs who mit>t go about making! I day that they had found a wreck I i turient mail. Replies are <>r> I The combined tax rate ..I t '
hut wnttin !Miami during theM requests and wh:re to write Itcltaily i military plane in tamed from the V eteransd rite and county is now al.ar'
'.n for tickets\ were passed to' slated that the Chamlx i I the foothills with four dead men : FOR GREETINGS I ministration and published ,111 mills) ." Carbonell said "Th..1 t thigh
tin Chamber The number of requiets would not handle ticket salts : aboard; The plane is believed to I this column by The Key Wt',tj rate' and one that I II.

:. amounted to several him this year I be tie one that left Moroccolast j I Citizen I as a service to oui vet vented the complete dtvi.I!6 i if p,' ,

shed ..ii the. committee' was ad 4.-In nuct-Oc-toh'r the <.omm l Saturday for Gribraltar and President Truman today in a letter to Edwin Trevor, eians.Q a the, city and the ('Ounl'"Wl'
ytsed" 1 that if more tickets weitnt it tee advised that it would IMpossible had then.: not been heard from since president of the Chamber cf Commerce thanked the ciI tie II : M> brother a XVoild s Wa figure U.at by t ikirUK .. .

foi, t h.nunit would b" Impostble to secure a block of tit t tens cf Key West for a letter snl to Mr. Truman on the II ,veteran made valid applied. : Overseas HigbJ-.r wt ,
tion for automobile unde initially cut the tax ratt to ..I i>
l to attempt to pass the tick ket, again this ytar In viewof I' MILLION IDLE cession cf his great victory at the polls November 2. an
2 Public I Law 663, 79th Congress 8 nulls Then when we hart i "
< ts out among eligible,:: persons last year's success it was agreed! WASHINGTON. Government I Further. the President said in his letter to Trevor that 1 : .
would be undei I But he died before delivei ut up a reserve fund to banal I "
At t that turn although:; the com that it again I he would will the cordial welcome-
officials rep rted today "certainly never forget the car could be made. May it I thing that might happen terbcas .. taken 'Miami then sent the requests -
1I11t1. Jud tj.podU.dly( said theirapply :
< had hand fium th t.-despite good industrial con accorded him on his, atival to spend a vacation here November .1 now be paid by the VA and flthway.--w-c" might .
able they oil
w >; gone, they wen .
ditions the 7. The President's letter follows ,
tn find" another hundred for Key West. The number was for I generally delivered to his estate this rate until the taxpavt
1209, said I I country. one and one half mil A: No. Payment for the i the titv and the count \
Kf'V..t.. The Chamber then ticket but thev they .
lien persons are unemployed. From the While House. Washington D. C by VA is contingent upon itdelivery not pay one cent for the .
would allot 181 to Key \\est It :
with 187 tickets did its best l to!. I .
--- the veteran tenance of the It'1 I
"November 22."lion. to or upkeep 1 1
pe.Il, them over as wide a dis- wag necessary for the ChamlHi I JAPS ON STRIKE
Q: I received a leg mjuiv nan county
t tiilmtii, rxissiblt. to send a check for $082 to
a" .
th"1 I TOKYO.-Japanese longshoremen. Edwin Trevor automobile accident lettntl! Then is no question at. I ry j I
!! t'rinr i tu the dt! trib'ition of Orange Bowl committee to .
as though taking a tip I which requires outpatient tit at if this city and county wflee <
last week "President. Chamber of Commerce
for them. so Neo n
tin I tickets last year it was suei -
: from the longshoremen strikes ment Will VA furnish the.squired then persons with"
of the pIe on the list were contacted foe i "Key West. Honda. I .
"t..t th it each persons I .
,! just ended in the United States.i treatment' i would flock here and wisee '
who KKivi-d one might be will] the purpose! of cettine an ;advance t \\ ptl'lLO' ,
A treatment the
i ked: off their jobs today for : Outpatient is I greatest develop:
11g. m addition to pavins: *<> for payment in older to makeup I higher wanes. It was announced 1 j Dear Mr. Trevor- available only foi' ervlt.-e-f'On-1 LITTLE GEORGE McLAU- : all time

lux, veal. contribute another $4 the amount nece -ary. !! that 450 ship are tied w> by thestrike. netted disabilities.: I "We have in mind the I I,< v ,
1..M...id ending the High:! School 5.-TI",. Chamber after it had Besides. If 0000 Japanese "I want you and the people of Key West to have this Q: I assigned my armed foices" RINE JR.. 3. of Birmingham ment of a park at the f t.",t

I..ni'l 1 to Miami tu appear in the received the elisibihtv list coal miners have left their jobs. '! expression cf my thanks far the message of congratu'ationI leave bond premiums m advant 'I Ala has had to qive up his pet : n ion ton street, near the "

pu.idts All tickets were sold supplied by tht Orange Bow I : I the election which I had the pleasure of receivir; :tom on my National Service. Life duck because o fcurious neigh- .I facilities that will be UM,i .
on that basis resulting in Kev Committee questioned whether I I. your Chamber of Commerce on the 3rd. The hospitable Insurance but I need funds at bore who wanted to see: if it I ferry to Cuba. We also "u.:
Vest having representation in it was complete Although a, I withdraw all really had four legs. The four Garrison
i T'IIl resAt words which they conveyed and this thoughtful act of this time May or velope Bight .1111<
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tin puade; In addition to the second. letter from the Commit part of if I. legged pet has been placed on I it a beautiful harbor t 1"1.
piiblidty value gamed it was tec insisted all Key West Ictttisweie : I 7::CO: AM. ESTS'atl.n friendliness pleased me immensely. Now I have returned i 1' A: Yes. Upon written request display at a local zoo and the I I yae-hts.

felt that members of the band to included. several local people 1 I' from my most enjoyable visit with all of you and certainly I of the injured all or part of the youngster is looking around I There are an> nun. i

IK' somewhat repaid for their who had written before the I I I Temp i will, never forget your cordial welcome. unearned premium may be le :: around far another pet-an things that we might d, u. I'f

nutrtorou-, appearances in local. June 1 deadline found thin. I Atlanta 31I i t 1 funded ;, Ordinary on* I funds from the Ovtrsi i, I !
parades and% celebrations. weietntitl name', missms At this tine the 1 I :\ uta 37 !I "Very sincerely yours.I 0: I wrecked my automobile wa> tolls"
.'d to some c"n".ti"latn. Chamber having no contiol eve Billing 17 1. which was furnished bv VA I' The CIA will undoul!>l.
fKm tin corimimitv With unit. such a situation XM"nd. n i .d I IfContmUl.d f 1 Bn inin ham 3-1 I I "HARRY S. TRUMAN. i under provisions of Public Law Gcor(; ;I !!c-StchhilS--) ; a-ked by Navarro and < .

out 01 two txuptions. ill pin ( On Page/ ThuiMANY 1 Bit mark 16 663. 79th Conress.111 VA giveme c. to nuke some appeal t.. !u J
Boston 2d: I! -- i I another cat to replace il* Legislature Instead .'I t
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-- --- I Buffalo :N : A: No. There ii no provision Yesterday that the tolls be el1ll1l.: ,ttirel

Charleston. 43 :'Comiituuiisls !Reported Only 'i under the law to provide moie !>. the CIA will h. .
TOUR STS : Chicago 29C'ipis than one automobile to an elisi:; i iI i i G..."ip" II St It! '. 77 filed fight to have the tolls ti .a,

Christi :17 ble veteran. i ee.terd.t\ It' I 11,' "n or. 11I"t \lflO-; to.the city and crane>
rut C, Dt'meet I. i ] 50 Miles From In .
Detroit 3-1 Nanking I I (Veteran wishing fuithei in ilhiiTht> county pay relativelv I 1.1' .
TO YSSIT STATE 2'1 i (lot matron about vett'rns' bent .I remains. III IK "stnttodav tolls collected on < >
El Paso I J fit, may have their questions ., to 1.1.n.. Nt.vv ILimpshre.! for; Highway:' said Carbon,
rtorth 3C1-17' : Their! Pincers ManeuversIn !1 answeicd bv wilting the neatest funtuil ,.t'l, "'I''C., mi burial in thtfimilv of the mosey sorts fi..,. '
I..11 Kiston .
VA officeApply. plot. "We- believe tr t n t
COMiNG; SEASON Jacksonville 4. j Mr Stfbbins is survived by the listen to the proposal t, ,

KEY Kansas WEST City 3(1 6 9d: :- \\ TrulIp"'Ia Ceuta: ; I 7'" Wvtl widowMrs.. Ha, l K StfiXnik.. the tolls to the titv ,.II
and brother Feel Stvbbin Tht state would still Ir i
Key West Airport 6g 1! II mltla".nh !Ilto, this diUintmn: a dispatch t..x*-. it ii..lIeeI I Ir.nl.
I- 1'( Lopez Funeat was inehargc
S''II''II' .11",1I" ,1 I I. 4fi -nd that the Nationalists had Application .,r marriage h .,'
I. Angeles I used to dove tais to !KTuo
I ; of "n am-nents and "hlp-
of the FK: rime to Kt'\ \\t. t to ;1 1 Louisville 3:!I: :\I.am.: l\ai': !hrk Hm' i li "_un then movement toward tensewere filed yesterday in .
of th" t 10.
City: Today 1 IIyll'.T.Jrffr'u's ; visit, with Cliin C I'lice rEC Meridian 34 I' the south. : the office by County Judge Ravmtmd pine

1 .1::'nt hereDunni MiamiMinneapolis 62 In San Frolld..ru IIww many of the 160.000 I wtrej I U. Lord bvbelard... Disdgiertt "BIG mar EXPLODES Keyfsinx\ .

tht f"renoon l\k..r" 1Memphis <.n the march was not noted in ,i 22 of 917 Packer street
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Jeffries and Rhode; caned upon 8t I .0. and Alba Rodnsuez. 17 of 910 SEYMOUR Ind. -- Th,' Big:
[ NANKINGot.:: !> :ro.in- the message and inquiries at On Carrier illTI1cliterreanl'ln
Harold K Laubscher manager of New Orleans 4 .1 Whitehead street: bv Charles Inih PJ': 'if.( .. < I p' tJ I into ;i 'f'wI ... '
I 11 I::< : I.ni :Ace''i'ouri"t! I the Key West Chamber of C .m- ,. New York So'! : munist fontsvtrt Icp.ttd to43 -- government headquarteis here Fernandez 18. of 418 Amelia .'t ..1 t I tte: .II' .n,11." "I .;.t- :n t n'

I5u On "l\ir meree tn: sec how the tourist bu.- NorfolkOklahoma :I I : dav to In- roily 150 nukes front failed to set the required mfoimation street and Mercedes F.on17.. of h .nl.. : r:: rr nn, ..ernn ( i I ;
-nit--- meN for Key Wet; was shaping : City' 3n.: Nankmc and Instead. .t was said that : 821: Sawyer lane: by William D '1. ..\ 'j. ( ., ....'!
were continuing
Willi Is..I Year i i up." Omaha 11:' ,,, their advance with little opt several top-ranking Chinese !Ben : Bell. 2J. of Lane the U Dell S. 28 Navy..f H12Eliabeth an'1Marguerite : 1 t 1... ." .. .' ..f' 1 ...._... .- .l.. ..... ,
I fm i that throughout t
estate Pensaoola 41Pittsburgh orals had slipped out of the city. ': !rl t.fhT; : \Kfcs I ITu II':
HII'u' : U..h'r I generally that the tounst ::41Cuanoke position.3I street: bv L.A ".uniBraxton
business this year will be as goo I t Eailv t iep" ts from uthow and that the offices of the mill I I 27, ..f the Southern' .. K".1 "in, f fI r.I. i'L
Hiw '.I t touiists during the I II as last year" said Jeffries "L 31 I i >aid that Nation ilistoHiti! -> lai> information: command were Cross lintel anti l Clai..il*'t :M<-nIon I Tun- I'SN sun I Ir I'

"'".'11. : t..>n will U' mi heavier don't look for any increase in 'hi St Louis r.II: I theic had not vet St un t" lost er not (..rxnn i 21 ot 72j Ohviatr t.t b. Interior DoorsATMOSPHERE n'iati't! Vilva. .

tI.1I\, it a.s i. last vcir but it will t.iw-it business over what. wjy. San Antonio 4't that cal till Uu, silt.. .m ,.-tantial business for San Francisco i .I"I..n". t :.Poking the ojlll..tliln tI f :Nan i U. S. r.tddn Man r.u \H I.l'I < ''d'I'oll i 'pprnt's'
a year ago. k'us! anti t > giro< >: n
4Tallahassee t HI \ : I I'I ,muHI: : )
I"..,. .!.I..hnlwith: visitors. such j I "Our representatives in other Seattle 0 150.110(1n.( (/ ( 1 .... 'I ti. .1l' t\i.r,.. r*.n a- ti ate 1''Idcd: tiant ,.- 'I KeaU, 23. ..I >>l,A Punean.: :-il I .t ,1'11 ,treet. art.l r k
... hotels, motels, restaurants. i t sections tof the country feel like- 4[t .\l i. ". f' I.II""tl'wd. i t.'I.I 1.i )IW.:1_ t 1'1 it plane t... take 10Oii.tu plac-e by Dllu&;*lct C. 1\.kC..rrn.k, TE0fWiiNF Itt i I' ..ft taint t' ,
I.',11I! ""t f'amp.iAftli other bust wise. The do nut believe that Tamp tiapptd t 11\ t the! I. n i m. .0111 i I'b: I ,.t: (C"nlnd"i cf 1 Un Pact!: Thiec) ,.Ir. 23 ,, I I ITI" Washington 3 Schultz iS .. ton i iSimonton .
III down thIS '. ,
the pt-oplf woo onto ....... ....................... Gladys t 'In.-.n S i.
,t..t.'n.t was made here i _n ----.- ............. street bv J.m i hBlown "' '' 1S-V
i '(> u will hive as much moil '.v t" < f. : ... T. K M I..'t
.1.i tx U T J.ttiKMiami. this' dii last 24 .f thE' L S !Nave': .inD I .
rend ve .
as *
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i nt ,:r m r.il P'l'nt'l agent ': "('in ont thing tht ,it. has been .. REGULAR MEETING B.P.O.E. 551 I ? i..the Maxine Stl'I>t:". :2.*. "f t 1 .1. :, : : .11...., .It.r .' .
: n.'.i I-I"d., Fast Coast Rail ticmenduus ,iinnkdM in tit. MMD 1 and b\ Harrv FirIn i i .'1,
t'i)1'.0\\\ vvt II... atue i|pamed'l t... k niHi kt.ts I if th" n..U"n .\ 4 \i: ant Do H P"\..lI.1.. 1't: *IN'tl t. 1 t t... "'
December 2nd 8 P. M. 3E 5 That Pact 1 >, Ingredient for a t. !! ";
tIitIclcikMIAMI i
\\ ,i I \ HI'I.= ions i ot arnunll:1 ,:,:ht billion in tI.. ( E Thursday, "t t Pitt-hurCb.:! Paeiiosr Pleasant Evening and in Old

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West at
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BARGE LINE. Inc. Palace TheaterDEAD Jk{ Fine Fishing Tackle

MARJORIE MAIN in Thompson Enterprises tnt

\fxl llarer I rates -LI'PILE: TOI'Gil CLV Z SHOPPING DAYS : II. L. U TlHnl, V rv.I I PRICE TOURS NATURALLY! I Hardware Division-Phone en

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t. nAifThree t,..............." Ropeways of which,,
die 2uyHfcst (gtiteen I PREDICTIONS FOR NEXT .l -ki tow is an example have
......".h.... tally E..pt Sun4a. by TODAY .i) 'xti! bur transportation ?
S.. r. 'MT" "%. Is..... a.. ....Ioll..r'uK" federal departments:' after conducting f agec atAl (! LUH; 'firam for jt leash
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..r..r'r .;Ter r... n.t'ftls.n and Ann HuldingT tr..ts a survey of the country, predict BIRTHDAY / '

._ ILIA 1..1.. ,... .,...,.... ,n Key vet and that 1949 will be --
... .' a prosperous year. LEGALS
\1. .... ..', ") ; BY EMILY NOBLE :'WJ-
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By (W Newsfeatures
Despite that prediction Key Westers N..a'urn I; .
tIt.-.o H. \\ .._i fi"ri.<''', as second clans matter 1 ................ '"
-.- should not view it as a green light to : MITH I. I M":" I- .. TITIOL6;;
MliMltl" H or 111: \e .<.. I \1 tU: flit.i; I WINSTON LEONARD SPENCER -: \ ....: "TTITK
TW A.iat.l ft.-- l fa ra.lu.ltriy entitled to splurge. As The Citizen has remarked Chapter 11 hidin'' from us. Tim but I foundier l I "Do you think for one minute \.TI'-K: 'I-; 'IIhRillsY' /
Tae ,.... rr>.r..dwil.> *it ..I all nw dittnatchea. creditedi I CHURCHILL born NOT. 30. .' last night and tonight MomS that I would marry '\ UU -no'o.I \ ?" r ::nderslinrd: ; : de.tr: n_ fo.ean"q
U <*r PM. i iihrmti-r rdit<..i In Ibis paper, and often nobody can foretell conditions in the !i 1874. .I' Bl.-nrU'.m Castle.Vood- STANDING as Rosalie! was on &ld I was to bring! her home with ,| He hung his! head and moved rr : l : ,
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ha she ; .al new puhnshed h.r. she could look overJoe's You know how : i ; .
Murk sat "i- h.if.: eldt.'Stun ot [ me w lily niHy. a restless foot. "That's all I live 1
-- ---, ., future whether they concern politics head. She wanted him to ,' :Mom when she makes her mad .... ....1... FOa.. in..n.I. r..
c'-n. It'T":" : With is up for. Rosalie. I know you're ,
l.ou Cluirrhill.
-- W_ ._.._... uz.. business other of activities. RiincUilDM feel her scorn and step back instead I I mind. eaol fsiitbee.amr ni'h tN)
at bu1."Jt.'ST .
a.. ...... ..._....-._ '.'0 or any phase a military edu- he caught her gloved hand me, i :,r Ibr, I'ircult, ... t'oart "r
a1_ .. .....-.... ._ :a.II' *. Key Westers have nothing to lose and I jtion Church tightly. His voice was husky with I "Indeed I do that. So I wont bedetainin' 'oanl...... 1I.t'I.
f X..m..r
she in I. q1 .
< want "
y..ath .. .. .. ._ i.a. you-unless you a one mine Joe
....... that strange disturbing hu kmess: 'IIt"'. :\ I I' ."
.. : ill tought in India IIHRi10.:
u to. "'-' .2. much to gain regardless of whether the that came when he was deeply police escort for a while. 1 have no time to I w"...
-- .. on the Nile. moved. I Joe waved him away and he waste m explanations or recriminations I .ft". :t.\ '...... :Irr4...""
a 11\1 1111 1t. II 1':" prediction turns out to be true or not. If it _
the Boer went Joe drew breath.
3/a4r Know .... APPheattun. .. in I "I've been here waitingfor I a deep but you might as well
---- ------ true, money will have been saved by circumspect ... J War and in you.: I thought sitting you would I "Mom: does want to see you.RosaliCo" get the nonsense out of your head. 1% Till: f Illfl IT f''nT OP' .*..
arlelll.o'Ilt I:
Even if I cared for whichI
ma..s a..a..wark.. .., thank. re.otntlone living. and if a slump comes the France, winning never come. I saw you po in but him. you ICI.t-.t esIII J111111I. : IHta.'
Sig' stopped and faced most don't.1 wouldn'tbe tint I :
certainly MI
.. .... : 1% % NII\I1lItyy
-I. arv .worn. pma, etcwill be I-I was, afraid to ring the bt-H.'i; .
f&SMBMI f_ .< t.Mrat.. ..r !. ....!. a".". savings can be used to prop residents manymedals "You don't be all "You aren't as surly as you were fool enough to think twice I XTIIIor. ... HII '. i\ iHji(,
.. .. for seem to at last 4 ..N 1.
his i
\ I- fur iitrrT.iinmo.t I. church. from night""I about you after I have found out !
.. afraid to hold hand and detain ,'..- >., II- M. +
ehk t a rrt-t'u>- i i. i. ti\< a In0'1"... ,. .." 'r.i -i, i..LIU, and invites Oi.- braveryGoing I me when I'm in a hurry." you are 1 ,I..V.: I'|" Iii-! >.-l'' -.n.u.i lr
when I
need Mom
.. .tt. .... "I pil.l. t.- ,. .. I "'''J''' :+ ut I."'al orrw The Federal Security Agency says 4 ** to tell me so "You love me and-" i X "'*""' I: ,/h
rat. ......,., t .t t I I r .ul.i-h! anonymous t o Parliament "I got to talk to you Ro::alie. got home today. I been crazy ever ,! :'''''',nj
...... ..... .to. | "strong; indications" are "employmentwill r :"" in 1900 he heldWmtM I "And I don't have to talk to youor since-since that night When I With her' free hand she slappedhim j t..in"He Pi-rrara I'.n.r.l l,'
-- him there in house Ididn't sharply across the mouth."That's I >*fn else. There I saw your
anyone is a policeman -
remain high well into 1949 at least. Ch nh.n many posts including I corrun If you don't stop know what I was doing. what I feel about you 011"U"I: III.ICTKIV\

The Department of Commerce's view Fist Lord of the Admiralty annoying me instantly I shall call I cant you let me tell you how now and always." I' TO-\nt>'inftt>- ....rrar.. r'"uard, -
I in World War I and woundup him over., sorry I am?" lie fell back blinking at her. 1 I h.-stHUI .-.Venn..
is that building activities will set a record as Britain's great. prime minister She made gesture. "It isn't necessary. I saw you. his eyes frightened pitiful For I I:....-teink.
MEMBER <3> 194 1 a That is enough""But one swift second she felt like j next year, and the Department of Labor of Woild War II. Her indignation was futile. Joe's I'll go tell him I'm sorry." taking his head in her arms. But I i \u: urn hr:-l.>y r..|uir.Hl |n jj ..
grip on her arm tightened and I j Ie-..r t" the Kill ..f '"..mi>Umt'
has this to say : "I don't know why I bother only for one second. The next i "' In the al..,.,_ MMedcaSJ
.n'- ..
i with his free han : he beckoned to she turned her heel and! .
"The in which began Radio telling you but there is no reason on +! ..ii ih.. 1'Tth day ;f l I.. -iklr, A. BL
unsurge jobs, Programs the officer on horseback. not to do so. lIe U back in California walked swiftly away. She was I, 'I'Mt.ther l_ the ..11..11;......
last October shows signs of continuing" "Come here, Tim. This,, is the !: and going to marry a San trembling but triumphant For ., !hr.n Kill tw tak.-n .iv 'ronfetu.L
By The Associated Preis young lady I was telling you Francisco girl. one instant she had sunk to his Thi-- ..-rJer t.. Iw pul.tt.hrl. | ..neee
through the Christmas season and during I about. Miss Rosalie Meeghan. Hu- "Then he didn't come to take level, but only for long Th. I.
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST sahe, this is Tim Kearns If ?" to make him understand they ; r u. a ara.e.p. ?
you ,
1949. you away ; Mii.iKI-- l in 'Ke> WeM. K> 'n l
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZENI. Daytime Summary don't know him already." I The astonishment in his tone way'- he could understand. I I...,,. :n, .1 ., .. 'r-. th,_ -'in.dL..y
Prospects are good in Key West. This Selected programs as listed ettew Tim had a wide Irish grin andit irritated her. She was calmer in the next !I..' N..X. iniM-r. A l I' 1 t'is.l.sc.ll. .
I art broadcast at the' same tnr'e Mon. widened as he bowed from his "Don't be ridiculous! I left be- block as she turned into a small)) .. Rl,SS iSAWTKB.,
city has been brought to the attention of th- ..
--rk| i-r. lit
More Hotels and Apartments. day through. For Frllla"c.ntral Time standard'0 tastersstandard. suh horse. "Sure I don't expect Miss ] cause there was no reason to stay French restaurant which she had I ..r \|..nr.... ...isms.! Florida Quart
=. Beach and Bathing Pavilion millions of people in this country and elsewhere tract one hour; for mountain' .tanll' Meeghan to remember; me but ':i in that awful \\dI block. I can made up her mind to try sometime la K.ithlti N."I\&It..
and two "e..rs. I've seen her dozen o' times andI work now in am working though she was sure it was 1 I I- pars n"rk.
8. Airport*-Land and Sea. in the world by President Truman'smaking know all about her." (and I intend forgetting my shan- very expensive. A genial Frenchman TIH'MS: S: fAK.".

4. Consolidation of County and it his "Little White (House." The girl's eyes chilled. "In that ty-Irish background It is a clean greeted her smilingly and i .-.1"! 11.., ,"r .1.II'". :I'lairiiil: : .1., ...
NOV. 29 -
City Governments. 3 case, Mr. Kearns, would you mind I break, so I don't care to see any- started to escort' her to a table. "U.'l
Auditoiium. So far as can be foreseen employment Mornmg; telling this man to stop holdingmy one I used to know. Now you I But a man at a table they passed

S. Community conditions in the Key \\'esta'y-'; Honeymoon In :N. T.-nb. arm and annoying me?" j understand-or your mother will caught!: her hand and jumped ups 1% TIIK f IKf TIT"I Ille till' HT .tV THftKt.tr.xTii
-- Breakfast Oub-a.bc Tim chortled. "Should 1 arrest jif you don't"I I "Just the girl I wanted to talk ill.'Igry
K TIIK r1r: NF
Yard will continue good in the immediate t:1S: -Barnyard 'ollies-cb.> him?" t I "1 thought our new' life was to to. Why' haven't you been: in to : .\ %\i) .'."e *tuMiot: i'oi\rt.
: ': -Th<" Ce\! rland.iresnbeLaub "It would be a great!: favor." I begin together-when we got I:see me honey?" i i i% t ii %"'.-!<%.
future. As for the tourist trade Key West Pale Sh..w-nibs. Jom: ...".l... ii.cite 'Sie'.. ln married: j To ba rantinard1 sane %.. IISIM.II.IT .
uosnru\rii( : ( will accommodate visitors 10.00-Fred Waling Show-utro .. I:' \ .\H:' as many thecoming Music for \ou-cbs - ----- -------- !, i-i.iintirr., .

I'n-oti..nt: l Truman.Washington. : season as there is room for them.A 10:30-: My Hour Story of Dranut-a.be Serials-nbo TOJ\rs !: SUxkbndge. Mass. Died July: 12. : Viinr Iloro.\t1'IH! : r.KTTV: : .. 1.tJtST7., un OliO:

I D. t'. good many tourists already are in The Godfrey liuur-rb.. .\\MVKHS\IJIKS: : 1892. PniendastI
Say It "ut> Slavic nbs I eaDfn uv 1'1 HLHMTIO*
|Nr (Larry : town and after the Christmas and New 11:00-Kay Kyser. Showabe11:45Serials (Know America? 1824-Mary'"Ida II. G. 'Pike. novelist : TUESDAY NOVRMBKR: 3t;J.Tn.. r. ttv I Lon: ,'ru.".
'.. ct 1 : whose May 18a4. wasj bass Street.an.itn. .
Year's holidays. Key West will experience hr* )- > 1 112D0tydcom. i 1729-Samuel 1 5l,-aburv. e"nIlt'.tll'ut 1943 Today's disposition <' Maine.i .
No doubt y oti will not let the AHefHoe 1I be>t-sellcr its day. born East-: : is i i a i V..u .tr* herlflu rrynirr4 to asS

of Madame Chiang Kai-Shek what probably will he its. best winter Trav.lerabeKal. I ck-rRvmun./ coiintiv'sfirst : port. Maine. Died in Baltimore. venturous one. The nature i:: poor ,.. the Kill! f..r llvorfe aIN
charm Protestant Episcopal !bishiip. Jan. 15. 1908. uK.-tiii t x"U In iii. .In.ve MTM.au.e
Smith liait-llour-mbs
to season. born in Groton. Conn. Died i Fi-b. ; changeable, perhaps .-I 'lng m 1 un ..r Iwfwre the th day n f.Ixeeml.er
lallueocr in advising: Congress 12:30 Words Music
and -nNs .
you 1335- Samuel Langhorne .\. l I' I".". othrrwImtlp
bill Slater .t Lunch-nits 25. 1796. chance and contented with tin' .
.. -... l ,
lt (hina havr more of the taxpayers' 1:00 Music Half Hour-nbo 1T89--Lawrence Kearney, naval C Ie men s. ("Mark Twain"). lot in life so long as too mu'I .-. taken. ai <-..nfe..!
t1111nry. much of which went to lather There are people in other lands gladto 1:15-Happy Gang-mbs officer in Navy 5.f' yvis.: ; ; famed humorist-authpr. hOi n in exertion is not required to maintain on-...and lerel at Key w....
believe that the U. S. will continue 2.00-Double or :Nothing-nb who much 1 Fioi ida. Mo. Died Redding. Conn., it. There is a character PT..i. I iiiMh. .1.lavf N-.vw.iVr
the palms of Chinese trencruls.! purse Breakfast In 1I.lIy.ood-abo won goodill tot t us spicy \ !I'r r>l<
tu pour overseas. tjueen fur a Duy-mbs I in China. born Pt-th .Vii i. >\ Apnl 21. 1910. that may come to the top- ( .. ..,' ,'..urt Ron
TilE ORACLEA money 2:30 Bride-Serials and for Crouni J'i: -hrs.abc-uba X J. D: -d X.29.. 136':. 1 JaF.ank'ard; ; : O' lalley. [ While perhaps. not produ'-.n:, 'S I: .or i'I.dl'I..k Anne "t'1''ir 1..ng..UI.mi Cnen.Iy .

The Hope Ctietl-tubs 181! -C\iu.I W Ki.: III !K m.-.i l ni-tid ;"'unalist: !: and writer his I any great results in the wild h.-puty. l'IerkI

WAR TROPHIES KILL 6,000 I SOO-Lad. Be S.ated-a !New; Vet k incichjnt t h: -!. i IH" ,..';c. bo-n at Pittston. Pa. Died j jvt the native will- do no mtl'ntu i I n"\.I. ', "..'.., V r. r Miiurv.Cl.untiff" ,

--- Red Benson Show-mtl. niotiot the Aslant I .01.- '""+ -i () n.] 1932.! : I II 1l harm. ii,." '. 1.-.-:3-atl.Utt.
HINT TO RUSSIA S:3O-Tb. House Party-cbs
It is somewhat surprising to be told tarn Dane STto*-mbs --- -- - -- -- ---
4.00-Hint Hunt Quil-cbs
that C.OOO persons are killed each year in Second Honeymoon-aba
When Stfivtary ",1| State Marshall 4:30-Winner Take All-els
Suds with 7E7
the United States by war souvenirs, rang- 5:00-Treasury Band-cba I Super

earn.> I/.imf to fititfer with the President ing from fountain pens to 155-mm. shells. Kiddies Uteri-ll abc<.ir and(ae't mbs repeats 1 bra.

about foreign nuestions.: Mr. Truman appMfetnl Nevertheless, this: is the statement of Walter cto1f/S 1r

John Foster Dulles acting head of Carroll of the U. S. Treasury Depart
he I'nitfil Slated the ,
dvlegutioii attending I ment.
Tme a eastern .tandard. F'oru.
D9.*.ing of the Unitrd Nations in Paris. : :Mr. Carroll urges all war veterans to teal mou"ta. standard, standard subtract subtract.ne hour twehours. tee ,

This wax! rather !significant because turn in explosives and war trophies for Soma (scat otatono change, I
: .,
four 0' relay to fit local hodw'''' -
tb> Russian propaganda line, following de-activation emphasizing that Last minute' prll\irarn\ change, ,;an. all dressed up -
per not be .nclud. .... .,.
Ibr reelection of :Mr. Truman, was that the cent of the fatal accidents involve chil- II I in our old clothes now! ,
New Super Suds with Pyrcy S. .
people of thin vountry had repudiated a"tasilgh" dren. A special committee he reports TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 Vr washes colors so tY' ;, '

rn licy toward the Soviet and has already de-activated more than 500- Evening much brighter end
6:00-Xews: R-port! li Mln.: -ntoNewMMil
Lat Mr. Dulles, previously denounced as 000 weapons since the war but has hardly I Kserjr: Da>-cos clearer... makes ,..'
Network: Silent Hour-abc-east h" '
a wmr-riMrtiirer. walt among the opposition] scratched; : the surface because "there are KulOit 1 Our (repeat)-abc-west oil cur clothes %

to the President' poliiy.By still hundreds of thousands of dangerous Kiddies:Network Hour Silent(repeat((1\ hr.))--nibs-welt mbs-east look newer!

; promptly naming Mr. I Dulles the weapons in American homes." 6:15: -Sports and Marriag: Music,.Time cbs-cbVvu 4Jf&& '"rl

f iVi1.ijdfnt made it clear to Europeans; that In addition to urging the owners of 6:45: Lowell-:Ncwsiast,Thomas by (Three repeat-nho ID-cbs

tterr U IM differem-es between the two the war souvenirs to act for the sake of the 7:00- ul'per Club nbc-baaio
The Bej'.ah! Skit-cbs
Mjur |MtrtUt.H oil the question of dealing youth Mr. Carroll estimates that seventy- News and Commentary-aba MRS. LUCILLE CARROLL PROVED IT IN HER WASH..SO CAN YOU! t- .f." ;
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-nibs ,.:
witb RU.HKM." It was: also made clear by five per cent of present-day crimes involve 7:15-News and Comment-nbo {II"I I-;

the appointment that the Chief Executive; the use of foreign firearms "includ Jack I'aily: Smith Ci'mmentaryalsoDmner Show-cbs { -"

Wad .<. intention of placating the Hus4sni ; ing Datembs7:30Smoothies 7 t .
many war souvenirs which have been Trio-nbc Jim's oU shirt u e ..
". ObviiKisly.) the selection of )Ir.I'M. obtained in various Bob Crsby Club-cbs: 1
ways by criminals. Music Kelaxm Time-aba Has had plenty ,
.. .
..., who had been abused in the Soviet Every once in a while we read a news 7:45 Nt-News s Comment Comment mbs-film of wear... but a 'x ?

Pft'M and denounced by the Kussians.: : report telling of the accidental explosionof I Spurts:News Broadcast Comment--cbs mbs r New Super Suds I ; .

nan nutk-e that appeasement( is out. :some war trophy but. until we the I 8.00-This Is Your Life-rbMystery washed it ... ,, .
got I
Theater May cbs ...,.
news from Mr. Youth Asks Government-aba WIUT.n..ow! ./
Carroll we had no idea I Geo. O'Uanlon Enow-mLa '
that 8:15-News Croadcastabo8:3oDae
as many as C.OOO perspns: were killed with, JudY-IiOO d.I t r .r .

every year. Nearly everybody supposes Mr. and )lr". :North-cbsAmerica's I '
Town Meeting-at)9Detective )
Imaginative, railroad men are )looking that the war trophy which is a family Drama-mbs .

f...Mrd .. .:55-Ily Gardner Says-mbsOO !
t<> -ut>rr- >iiif train \\hichwill relic is safe. It might be
a good idea, regardless ': -Bob Hope Show-nt>cWe 'x'
tfcwot through pressure turns. much as in- of how the IVople, Guest-ehs I n }
one thinks battle
a UabrU.1 tleatter. C..mm.nt-mb.

ter-offire messages' are sent today in souvenir is. to have it examined by ex- 9:15-:News Broadcast-mbs f IV
9 JO-Kibber, andIunynbo: : J JI
'at NYm tulles. Mud c.r.4 the Continent in perts and deactivated, if necessary.. The Life with Luigi-cbs VVhiter than new. my

t I..hrrt' hours thus! eliminating the need foraicoaimodatioiis. trophy will look just as good when it's I I :N Lone.ws Wolf Comment-Abc Drama-mbs I oldest towel,too! New

I..piq safe, as when it is dangerous. 9:43-Detroit Symphony-abe Super Suds with Pyay
9:5Se.!>> : for S MinutesnibstOiOOBig '"
llf court' :, the super-train is not com- Town Drama-libo beats sunshine for

,nr in the next few but Hit the._ JackpotcbsAi gett>ng wash white even Even extra-dirtydathes I l.'ke.
years designers Pacifists do not object .er an Forum-mbs "
to enjoying the {
''tiink that 19:30-I'eople Are Funny-nl>oM When dried>the tXJSerrtent1 these work ports come ott:
probably in about
{ one hun- security and) freedom that other Amsterdam bhow-cts '
men up- ;v extra dean extra fast Mew
If I r'retdi.in Ring-abuDance
'li H.
I" year* the railroad of the' imagination hold with their blood.COLLEGES Orchestra-mbs '
$ Super Suds makes start iLa
n a l\ortation.
tlOO-N>..s, Variety Z brs.-cbs t' work of tough dirt1/
The. chalices" are that the imagination :News and Dance Band-abc rF y
AT NEW PEAKA New Dance Band S hrs.-mb* +yv
.,1 i for railroad men '- ..ot far wrong and iiib'cew. & Variety to 1-nbc

1 tt hat. in the cours (.f a century, men and total of 2.408.3H7 students u reported 12.00-Danur.c Continued-abc-wtt ZI'

"iMnen will he traveling faster than ever by 1800 (colleges according to the I 1'\1' tru-n: pike: ,d k \ "UJ .Im.-\:
!9.WMIOOO( ( J ,kKh- "nnu..l1\
I..f.. :
development is in line with Federal Office of Education which says -- --

taw pnlgirna alrrad.recorded and meetshtdwire that this represents a peak for the thirdsuccessive ; i I

1. oi" human beings to move I :year. iI I So' the FASTEST Way

around with greater ease and) mobility. I The fact that veteran's enrollment I 47 minutes to

Incidentally the railroads in their dropped from 1,122,738 for 1947 to 1.021.- MIAMIDAILY

.iwime. secure-I I the business of travellers I 041 for this year is interpreted to mean i,

iwauiw the trains put people where they that the influx of veterans under the GI I SERVICESave Colgate-Palmolivc-Peet Company's guarantee! Super Suds

Canted to |to faster than any other method 1 Bill of Plights has passed its with our CommutationPlan.
..r. travel. Today. in I peak\ and thata I Regular Far S7.1S DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK
competition with their leveling-off process is underway. Commutation Fare $5.00'e + SW

:- |..la.... j.nd the bus the I Yf Y/AY
Reports from all over the nation if you don't find that new Super Suds with Pyray washes % 4
in at w n 'thing of a disadvantage from !..s
but many institutions are that the vet- r even your old clothes newer-looking-gives you the j
forward-looking railroad men are at erans have done better
splendid than
work and in ., ... wash had! Sunshine
,...rk UIMIU the problem of I. 'H o.' .D. 0 whitest, brightest you ever
achieving many cases, the average is better than that

g1eatrr 1Perthi 111 travelling. of other college groups. Naturally the veterans I / for getting wash

lust? and vour opened. package of new Super Slid lO'oIK"U
: had to maintain a good record i I '' WHITE '
to and BRIGHT!
:: Hitman FjlnoiiM feet. Jtrrtex ( tly..rn Jcrc anj double >oudealer's !
nature being what it i i.*. men keep their and
benefits but. I leaFor I regular pmc. plus agc..III be refunded to >ouOiler I'" ". n ,.
tad M.laenc.aiztantly: ct excuses:! for. with few exceptions, they hate Fehav'ed letormahee ends; IXixiiuber tl I. \19-eS. ..r, ," ..11.! <> ",10--,5.h.ngredient, <..>1 r> brighter addt-J Ii make to Super new tiudsI Super to

YWIliJltsttmjng+t !!!!IDs(>I f eaceptiion: : ll1y % ell.!! -I- 1 Call 108 0' your travel aElee 1 1c'uw'.' a I Ie.?''. ',+I. ', ',.,. .,,j hS''!

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The '._':>:-"' ''' '''''' FORECAST CLASSIFIED ADS

OBSERVATIONSOF e Key West and Vicinity: Cloudy I

today: clearing tonight: fair Wt.,I.

A FOOL I ni-diiy. Cooler tonight warmci Informalitm for the AihtrliM
fi h Wt tnl'laG..ntk to moderate, !
BILL be-I I RIFe Foil MI-:<.II UI mm* PATMINT:
ninth winds
md northeast .
at.A'hr.U'S 11 PR! Tiyment for rlaimiriefl ari<*r>l**
.VMBUMnumuunmntmoiiiMHKiniiiitiiiwWestern timing unable Wednesday mate m tn\arlably In advance but
Adr.riie.menta un Union announced to- Florida: Fair' weather lluu will be inserted In The Citizen at t...unte may hate their ad.*rel*.
tiay that of! : Wcdneetlay! Viai"'IH.I' WroncsIJ.u'ksonVIl I Idjv the rate 'd ::e a ....rd '..r .....h in- "..eat'.hare.d.
in excess 500.000 : ..
I .rtl..n. lul th' into.utntn'h..rr. f i IMRIKtllOV DPtDLIMII
ortte sere sent out of Key West I' the fir't 1. w..rd.'r I"". i" ;J'H Ti insure 1".1011' all..n. ropjmilft
bv the who 1 thru the Florida The ral f..r "..' kl_ ..r. ,- l< l>e In Tte <"niz.n t.'".-. before HnrhMk
Straits md East Gulf of Mexico: I .".>r>l. and the miniiHiiin "h4me r..'j in thr mornmir or the d7
: nted President Truman here the that la .,",d.. l.. .Sr. nr "ubl".II
Light to moderate variable wind
Every word that went out I
from hero was under a Key I | thru Vrednesdav Fin wcathtiJacksonville '.

West date 1m*-the line indicating t to Ap.iLn.hic l |i An advrrtminic. In arcepied un""r the f.II"wlnx ...hd'tI..n'' : In the
No small craft 01 storm warnings I Tent ft rr..r in adv.rti 'l.m. transient "r'-.>ntrj<'I. The ulzen will be
that the words Kev West" re..|H>n: 11.!.. ..nU r..r th. fits ins. neon in f l"....ifledd'..tI.I... and In
appeared at the beginning oi the' t have been issued.REI'OfI' I IH.Bla4<..rt.i.K t"r "nljr th. .i lual .on..1 ..f "I'a'e o<:,'u|>ieil h\ the
b tun'. part ..f the adi.rt.t.eo.-n( ei.rrlb. err"r m'rarR

figured in terms of publicity Key West. Fl i.. Not 30. 1113 I . UUUUUU .UUUUUU . U 1

for the city. the value to Kev : (Observation taken at City Office ; FOR SALE-MUSICAL FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS

West! cannot be estimated: but it t' I 8."?0 a.m.. EST INSTRUMENTSNew -
) -
u: certain that the eitv could not ------ -- -
I .
I Temperatures 1140 Fold '...n... truck estelUntcondition ..
huth.t kind of
publicity It ;
simply is not purchasable I i Highest yesterday Co i blond inihogmv oral k.itli $;::5. ApplHI...
Lowest I last night 6' *tI
St'rral'st'rn Union men Mean 77 I eicttem IH/I'i Spinet ptarnel Pine Stre-et nov29liraFOR

came to Key West with the Normal 72 ,I| $000 Phone 733W.

President. These included the I mv266t'FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
Precipitation -
Washington man who always accompanies 1 I FURNITURE
Total last 24 hour .17 iDs.
ti ,9wt
the President his SALE-TRAILERS :
on I ,II
Total this month .51 Ins. _
trips He was C. S. Lmkins l : Deficiency this month 163 ins. I Inncr-pring mattress. matching
Washington Press Rcpicscntative Total this 46.12 Ins. II Covered Wagon Trailer. located I! top mattress: oveioid thiti
I year at 1424 Von Phister Best cash }
I .JO Excess this'year 964 os. quarter *>ed width: extra long
Then there were O D. MeCachcarn. : I I Relative Humidity. I offer over one hundred dollars' excellent condition: ideal llol-
district manager for received December second will
'I' lywood bed
\Vuephoto 8:30 a.m. ; original o'tot
Honda, who resides at Orlando; 77' buv E. W. Stark. 1229 Von I $80. Reasonable. Call lI O-.1.

W L. Jenkins district super- I LUCILE CEFALU MARTINEAU wipes away a tear as her husband 1! Barometer I Ph-lSter. nov292tx |I nov2921xFOR

'isor. who also has headquarters of a few minutes Carl Martmeau looks on sympathetically.
Sea Level 8:30
I ( ). a.m. I II
at Orlando; II B. Gatewood. Miss Cefalu. who feared an empty church: because most of her I 30.06 in>.10180 mh FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES. I' SALE-HOUSES:
traffic supervisor of Orlando and
four extra operators. I relatives and friends live in the East put an ad in a daily paper I i Tomorrow's Almanac I SCOOTERS AND CYCLES AND LOTS

Following the President- I inviting anyone to attend the ceremnoy in Our Lady of Victory Sunrise 6:5-1 a.m. I I II

press conference November 16.1 church at San Francisco. More than 200 persons responded I Sunset 5 38 p.m. ,1'43 I motor bike $75.00. 1111! Guest house. 2 blocks from new

held on the lawn at the Little _. --- .- ----. -.-.- Moonrise 7:49 a.m. I Georgia. nov 24-lOtx I beach, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths
White House at Key West Naval I Moonset 6.24 p.m.I apartment for owner. completely -

Station the Western Union sent I I J:. I'. \Jr.\ :; Tiro lllrths In I New Moon Nov. 30 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I furnished electric ktUhen

out 21.000 words in the first two 1 I I Good income. Must be sold
I .
hours following the meeting by TIDES Furnished 2'-z room at once Real sacrifice Tcrnn
1 > Sale "ul'ul
( i ,, IIosl'ilul
the members of the press. IIflhffffg (Naval Base) Utilities furnished $ aIHirtment.1 By owner. Box R.AW, rIO

Ml of these words were sent i I Tomorrow ly. Sea Isle Citizen nov 15: .tf

from the Western Unions office SfturlIyMrs. j A seven pound nine ounce son. (Eastern Standard Time) Windsor Lane. -
born the U. S Naval HospUal
at Telegraph lane and Greene i was in High Low
chairman'of to Mrs Manam Stump wife I 3 and I 3-bedroom house and lot 50x 00.
Street on high speed automatic Stell Ciesinski 10:50 a m 4:09 a.m. apartment. rooms Must sell '
of Hugh Edward Stump SN. bath. Maid and janitor services immediately
printers. the Health and \\clfare 9:45 3:14
com p.m.
p.m. Lopez at 1917 Seidenberg AvtDOO .
SUR AS DEDET.. Section Base
I linens and utilities rur-
mittee of the Business and Professional i: after ; : P.M. no\30-Jtx
"The total number of words I A seven pound eight ounce ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA nished. Summer rates. Coral
Women Club of Keys i daughter was born to Mrs. Vel- Hotel Apartments, opposite Post
sent out from Key West in the (Reference Station: Key West)
Croze. wife of Henry F. FOR RENT HOTEL ROOMS
West Has announced that the ma Office nov9-26U
first ten days of Mr. Truman'sisit Time of Height of I
Croze AD'X.I.: Boca Chica ---
\ here was 300,000 and for the rummage sale as planned some 1 StationTid. :high water .
The baby has been named Mar- Electric Overseas Hotel low ratee Coffee
full two weeks the Presidentwas time ago will begin on Saturday I 1"1" !I hid Honda
here it was in excess of Morning Dec. t in the building at I garet Fay. (bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft I I kitchen. Children welcomed. shop bar. nov 2-2->t

500,000," said District Manager the coiner of Simonton and Angela No Name Key Reasonable rates per day or
McEachern. Streets j .RY TlrIU? 1' (east end) f2h 20m I season. 909 Elizabeth Street j FOR RENT-APARTMENTS

'While 21,000 words were Mrs. Ciesinski 11l'.s to thank (Continued From Page One) Boca China nov20-tf AND ROOMS

i..ndled by us in the first two all those persons who so generously : stock markets means they believe (Sandy Imt)-Oh 40m
hoursfter the President's con- donated the articles for this in a reduction in the Caldcs Channel Unfurnished apartment (down-I The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming

ference with the press on November sale the proceeds of which are to amount of money that will be (north endf2h0in +14 ft stairs). Kitchen and Street, has an efficiency apt.

16. the total for the day be used for charitable projects of I I spent for tourist travel t Oo tile. Hardwotiel floors. : and several sleeping rooms vacant -

was -47,000 words. That's a large the Club and also to thank the Thev point out that the man NOTE: blocks from town. Couples! Low weekly or monthly

number of words. It went to owner of the premises where the j i with an income of $;;.000 a year (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto : preferred. 713 Emma. Apt. B. I rates. nov I-lf

press associations and large sale will be held who generously: and family responsibilities will be bublractciL nuv27.3txNice 1 1I

newspapers throughout the donated the u-e of the, building I IYIIHIIiIIHHIIHWIIIIHIIHniiliHIIIIIIIIIIIIIItluuililialttn' not travel at all If he does he (+)-plus sign: Corrections: to I FOR RENT-ROOMS
world. will make a short trip but will be added. apartment and also an efficiency -:

There were at least two Lon- !! not,be able to come to spots like apartment for r-cnt'l Nice clean
: sleeping loom foi
don newspaper correspondents Florida' : IJ"'I.I. }-(H SWIffVrinud ,'/ Cheap. 728 United Street.; workers 117 Duval Stint, .
here. The filed large wordages Key West In ; Jeffries and Rhode\ will leave: Phone 1424-J. nov 27.3tx I I nov 21-Otx

direct to England. Everybody in for Miami late today.

the entire world was interestedin Gone Order Modern furnished efficiency and

what Mr. Truman and his Days By ; (:OMMl.MMSculmued ; i bedroom apartments. Yearly or Rooms and light housekeeping
$; to $15 week. 4il I
"Why do so many blackevcd rooms > per
party did what they said whilehere" eason rental Pine Plaza.
AS TAKEN ( From Page One) .
FROM FILES I people seem hot tempered" William Street nov 27 26U
1301 Truman Ave
OF THE CITIZEN OF < ms f i oni hem c and Shanghai to readti I
queues it
II G. Gatcwood traffic NOVEMBER 30. 1938WUIIUIUUII11111111iiiliUIriWIWUIIIIHi:11111th !Manila toi saletv Ed: "I can't sav: but I know FOR RENT-HOUSES
supervisor I (San Francisco reported that FOR SALE-USED CARS
for Western Union had a llllllllllif why so many hot tempered people -
Madame .
Chiang on a '
unique experience lie met his Parking, no loiigci will! It IHI mission Washington: to ask seem to get black eves: Model A Ford coupe. 1824 Two-be-droom house sublease

old commanding! officer when nutted in bmuri lane ,111 i Ba- for help for the Chinese Nationalists arty Avenue. nov 27 Flg-I December 15: to March H l31J:

Mr. Truman arrived here. The hama stieet &'Igt'ant J."t.'ph. 'is due to arrive at Moffett HELP WANTED-FEMALE William St., Phone ll'.tXW

President recalled Gatcwood instantly Kemp infoime-d The dtuen todav Low non 30-ii i
Field sometimes this afternoon. Mercury 47. 4-door sedan
the who. \Vanted-Girl to work in store
as man as a '. I I
General opinion in political cir mileage Perfect condition
in the first World War Apply Perez Bros. Bakerv
sergeant eles here is that she will not sue Radio and heater $1.795. Phone I FOR RENT-COTTAGES
had helped develop the radio as A bud and animal refuge ceed in having the United States I I I no\30 590 or 425. nov29-6tx

an instrument used in war. will be established on the lower back the Nationalists to the extent Furnished 3-loom eottage Adults,

Gatewood was a sergeant attached chain of the Florida Kcvs E. M ,I ale has in mind Frequent LOST 1942 Nash 4-door sedan. Good no pets. 62;; Angela. Phon

to the 60th Brigade of I Moore. a representative of the' I indecision of the Nationalist mechanical condition $750.I 222-M. nov292t\
the 35th Infantry Division Small black containing
in purse
National Audubon said
the communist
Society. leaders; since Inquire Al Corns 703 Duval -----
France. It was in the Vosgcs that Ik is official lt southward march in glasses. Lost on Sitnonton OR LEASE
toddY on an \> began their nov 29-Ctx FOR SALE
the radio. then very new. was In Kevest. China has been such that little Street last Tuesday 529 Grin
introduced at warfare and it was nell Street Apt. 3. nov29-3tx!
: earth is placed in then ability to FOR SALE-BOATS I Desirable ('1.rnt.Int. for salt or
that section that the Western
in Miss Susan LaKm his Kin halt the communist tide). AND MOTORS long-term leas 100" 150.Suitable .
Union met the President I
man chosen as Miss Vvialioii of Hi y I I for hot'I or ipaitmrnts -

then an officer with the artillery West. l1aym'VlIl.ud M. Alburv 'I nmir.HtILL: ( M: >': I Gray marine engines and service.1 j Ota' bloek (loot l la-at-h.
attached to the 35th Division. Radio while' L-wait. Low
'The Truman of today and the announced toUa> after a eonfeience : Continued From Page One) II C R I II For particulars, write Box 466.
standard pt ices bv catalog Matathupsite '
with Mis Stephen W. i> uj, .Into' novtl.tfMISCELLANEOUS
had been left !
Truman of the war days was not' las of the Key West Woman'sClub. more KtyV l.'Sters years radio experience in manufacturing I !
much different said Gatcwood list 1116 White
off the plants.
Miss LaKin will ; !
this week "He his I -
Kept in Key West at the Ml-Amen' : 6.-In the meantime several head Sire-el no".3t6tx
Army outfit on its toes. lie did .
can air maneuvers to be held in Key Westeis wrote the Orange --- While en,me.). $2.75. OutsKH. Picture harming, tines fiatnrti
have the do
not anythingthat :
men :
he was not prepared to do; ; Miami from January 6 to 8. 'Bowl (committee in Miami stating BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES white paint $2.75 and $.1.7:; pet i oral m""'-... DiNicios. 61 i

himself. they objected to contributingan gallon. up. 0ft.iz" cardenShose. Francis, Phone 1197 M.
A from Juk I additional $4 to send the band Books Books Book, I 9-I9tx I
special despatch $3.95. Doherty & Co, S46 nov
"As I remember Truman
as an son v ilk in The Citizen l"di.lY to Miami and they felt the ], Art Supplies Alt Supplie: Olivia. Phone tMl novl-tfB I
officer in the 3oth Division he I
'I Chamber taking an unfair j Bookshop CUI. Simon ton & Eator.mv2tutsthurssatI r Ann SI.
says Floiida (lead the r"1110n. in was CAROLINE SHOP. 223
was Generally well liked. even I
though; he maintained the strictest proportion to population in advantage of the situation The{ mox I .,.ndks of old newspapers it 1. re-opened. A variety of m.w

discipline. Truman was always granting old age pensions and is Orange Bowl committee. placed ] ftnt each bundle. Inquire at i i gift items and fabrics for slipcovers

way ahead of the other near the top m giving assistance (in its uwn words) on the spoC'say ( STORAGE The Citizen Office. flJ\O-tr and draperies. Opens:

artillery units in the field. He to the blind. ': they cannot permit the tic i daily, 19 to 12 and 1 to :5.
what the 1! kcts to be distributed on that I Ked Brick Storage Co Furniture CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! 1)17 tf
was always; figuring .
No mackerel ha.c.t been I basis. 1 or commercial Phone 793novl .. ..bit. HLK.
Germans might do and laying See on -> ('M.t. ii \ cane
caught this Fi.hcnncn. In view of the above Cham- -U ,itcien \5icishe ion.vacuum- .'nol 1 1f
his plans to combat them accordmgly season I...n,u" !t"1; 1J"ll:1 .1111 I L.
went out again last night. and re. ber of Comment detector, havederided ;( --------- Si 50 iou I \KDIl\h SHOP ,.n. ii p
"Largely as a result of Trumans t turned without having sighted a to pass the whole situa' GARDEN AND LAWN I| 22:) .\nn.t. ." Ji.,', :iIJ ::11 1164-:M nos2912tREPAIRSREFRIGERATION! !

efforts the artilleryof the school. The unseasonablv warm lion back in the hands of the'( SUPPLIESRed --- -- .

35th Division was regarded as weather is believed to be the .. Orange Bowl committee and kt i FlSALEREALESTATE'Stock
make distribution as they <, radiant lose bushes Hcalthv I -
an excellent outfit. You could cause of mackerel not having appeared them -------

always depend on the div ision's yet this taeason in local, had planned back in Apt il. I bushes from Hughes; Sect hIdnd.I ,Auion It "( ,'nfiont .In..d! :..., \ .' t. q''ti'sti: "I

artillery." waters. 1 i .It is sincerely hoped that as1 i Store Key West Garden and : Ba.i i." .:J \lu..t: he ,.H ..00,""' .. II... .. .. K K. f, ..itdt'n .:.

; manv Key V.ebteis will\ be permitted I! Lawn Supply Co.. 9U Fleming 1 :..1 "nu_ :\11 ht} t '" C.t.Zl'n. St : '. .11' Hi' 24V

Prowler* have become very I Mr and Mis Chalks Sands.. to -t'C the, game this veal: Street Tel. 1019. I. '. : -i 'J 1.\2' I,' "-
frequent along: Olivia street par 533 Pctioma sheet announn.cJthe :I I us last" said Chamber Managerople .

ticularly in the vicinity of Windsor birth of a daughter on Sunday .. : Lai:bvht,: and that th,' pe- I -- --- -- .-L ..."...- -

Lane. One woman fired a I moming The baby has bee.1 tf Key \\ist will make it pos ,

shot from a service pistol after a named Pa tine id Ann. sil le for th High' School band tm <. : \-\'hlh'IIT- -1I"\j---- -te: ...-.. -loo 'I1 I- For Ql IIA1\ tLOOKS, If

man she saw leaping the fence ,ike the ti ipI : .
in front of her home. I Assistant Slate .\tt n nt v ant I 'Mai \b. t.Ic') Kin
7H Eu.t, .., S' Linoleum
he Inlaid
And now comes another lady Mis J. Lancelot Le'.ter It ft \ts:! giii away

She recently came into possession j I terday for Miami lot a stay of h Thinks Apt B_ no\2" 3t'
ai Hastings -
-- -
of another service pistoL few days. I -- Kentile !

She has seen men carl}- in then.oinm I I
; prowling around the Today The Cm/en says in al j : By

windows of her home. editorial paragraph: WANTED BUY Asphalt Tile
"Now let the prowlers come i "If you manage .Jo SUIAIV--., Thrucar" ago tne "Peoplearc

lung:' she exclaimed the others 1933 make up "lll'' mind I'> runnx' '" tad-. program drop I \uc (:ttlttr anil I'Hlttrii for Ere'rv lltunnin
day I'd hate to shoot anj'one. drive carefully in 1939.tillLfi:' p..d 12 trap"parent plastic ball In
but you can lay all the money \ the Patitic Ocean off Califo,n:aj the Hantv ,

that I will do it just the same. j Each ball had a note inside B\:!
I'm sick and tired of men pecking ii ILL im now 60 of the 12 balls have been Old Rag MNK: (:()\ KIM: : (, 01 H l'EtII.1': \ '

; in my; windows or in any- Exact InformtrtwnCustomer 'I'' picked up by puzzled south sea : 9Ir FREE ESTIMATES --.:! t i
first back.
The one
around j
sneaking; mj proper
way" I 1: whu: came in two years later. ;
ty. West Floor Co.
So prowlers take notice. You Some satetv pin'. received, a prize of $1.000. Key Covering

might wake up in a morgue if i please. CITIZEN OFFICE
you continue to molest the irate Sak.m..n.t -:: ',' Tu.crttv large L S c.Lu- i 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stutz PHONE MMI r

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9n1UIUUW1UI lfldnduduuduuulUUU'W .1 UliflI ldUdldlyduuUllhI' U1lUUIflWUUUUWCI"UUd'hIII Key JT'psl''I's 1 j ji:I! Men's Jewelry Favored Christmas J Book Tea At

SOCIETY NEWS Attend Holy 1 i\{ Item, Says The Reachcomberi 1 Harris School .

By NINA LESLIE GULEY i Name Session i\i Did you know that the wearing I watches, and the French cuff is'; Enjoyable

Phones The Citizen Office-51 !! of jewelry was for many centuries creating renewed interest in ruff'
A delegation of KeyVest
Residence-629-XJ jMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiuimiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii the perogative of the male?! links-Diamond sets for eveningwear On Friday. November 19th the
j i members of the Holy Name Society !
iiiiuiiiiniii'niiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiinuiiiuniiiHiiiiiiinum! iiiJi; i The wearing of diamonds. in fact and modern styles in precious ; Harris School P. T. A. sponsored
attended the 18th annual
i we hear from The Beachcomber metals. a Book Tea in the library of the
Officers II fifes Club To Hold convention of the Diocean Holy >
\ Jewelers( was actually restricted i Most
Name societies held in DaytonaBeach important manifestation i school and this tea was very
I to men, and the first woman who of the trend toward more jewelry I
November 27 and 28. i well-attended and
Luncheon on ,( I' very successful -
:111(1.Stt'il/t/il/l Party On i Many interesting and important j| dared to wear a diamond. Agnes for men The Beachcomber says, I Iid and enjoyable.The .
discussed and dei SOld, did so at the risk if not of the popularity of men's wedding ;
Saturday. ; Dances tty Malika Brut,:: I bated. Pictures were of the Boston National i:j her life, at least of her taocial posit I[[ rings even the diamond set i room had been decorated

and Miami State Holy ion. Pioneer Agnes had a j j| variety. Another interesting beautifully with flowers and pictures

The Offiit-rs Wives Club will I course learned from her ueople. I i Name Society conventions weie' necklace made of a diamond collection ;i velopment is the increased de-I by the librarian. Miss Helen
I, shown. Among the speakers at belonging to the men of''[ mand for emblem jewelry. Williams and presiding at the
on Friday of tins week hold one hostess" for the occasion will j ; I
of the most beautiful and colorful ,, be Mrs. R. Becker and reservations the convention was the most Rev. 'j her family; her appearance at ,! in service during the war enjoyed ,| punchbowl for the afternoon

:.(fairs of the social season when I for the party may be made I T. J. McDonough auxiliary BIshop i I the court of Charles VII wearing : outward identification with a were the Mesdames Eva Navarro -

they have their luncheon and by calling the Casa Cayo Hueso, of St. Augustine.The her new possession was the "'-'an-I| special group and this interest : and Elizabeth Singleton.
swimming K..y.st delegation was dal of the era and Ki rl't. l as has been transferred to the pins Many donations of silver offerings -
party at the Casa Ca- I 9276.: It has also been announcedthat I
yo Hueso. a baby-sitter is available I commended for having the larg- j; the first instance of female own- !i and rings of civilian organizations and books for the school library

II est number of members at the ership of this most precious jewi received at the tea
One of the guest houses has i that day at Fort Taylor. j were
been made available for the Club | Reservations convention and for having traveled i elry. The Beachcomber is not t Other male accessories whil-h''!
Snlwvrib fo Ihr (flIH"
members and guests, and they I I I been made for the affair by the the longest distance. The advocating a teturn to the FlfI have come into the jewelry category '

will swim, following which luncheon local men attending the convent<' Century, for since that are such as key contameis''
Mesdames Archibald McFadden.Frank 'If HU' fACE WAS
will be served on the love- Busey, William A. Car- tion were: Rev. Joseph Maring, time jewelry has rightly become! of gold and be-jeweled or bewatched !j A BEAUTY. NOT M.IARW,
ly grounds of the Casa Cayu Hu- rutht>rs. James Lee J P. Ed- S. J., pastor. Louis M. J. Eisner the most cherished of feminine gold money clips Furthe !j

c-so at noon. I, wards, Harry Lawrence. J. president. Tony :Martinez secre-i adornments. They do feel nos-i wife who would present hei ;! CROSS eyesMat
During luncheon the ladies will i! Redwine James Jones James tary: A Pena Morales and Henry i talgic however over indications i husband with the tribute of j

l>e entertained by !Mrs Malika :{! Harbilas. R. G. Albright, J. A. I B. Haskms, delegates: Eugene that this Christmas giving will' jewelry this Christmas but who !j i Mat nag*. fitters 1..htt.

Brown, a native Hawaiian who''' Fitzgerald Fritz: Harlfinger. Jas. MartmeLawrence Eisner. Bert I bring menu jeweliy neaier to Its I i understandably approaches theo ._._ the gut with good leek*.

will dance. Mrs. Brown is an accomplished Townsend Rexcl Goodman, Rob- BUl'klt'N..rl'lso; Castillo and Edward | place of prominence in the past. field with caution it might b.j .- ,. Don't let cross ijoccunl

artiste, having studied I ert Hutchcruft Harold Hayes, i Valen/uela. The growing popularity of sol- j added that the experienced .jeweler ,, you out. Reconstruction
I Ij i ij I VF, Method cites! successful
under such renowned per- ; Leroy Gadberry, May Douglass. id colons or subdued patterns in' is equipped to provide the ,
j j in ONE OAT. Silt
sons as Martha Graham and foremost Alexander Husband, HarI |'.American i neckties is sponsoring a return of j best advice on the correct and
j Morgan ,. I I protessional treatment; 6000 SuccesitsJ
teachers of balI I i I the Vests have increased | tasteful
the RusMan I John Dolan Ira King and i I' stickpins. in men's jewelry sect ;

let. Her Hawaiian dancing she of Rex Murphx. I| Legion PltinsIHngo the demand for pocket I series.-Advt.i -1 IRt t Inn. No r",:id'Mstnaiea.taauignw rni -

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--- I 1 Gloss lYE FOUNDATION

; Party i Church ToII'oII"zllr i 101 GRAHAM IAN: MCKSONValt nOfcC4
"John Lows .
Mary" Presented /:y I

The American Legion Auxiliary j
I : To Meet
Civic:: Drama (; hill Alltl"I'OIl.o"'tl 11 yJaycees will sponsor a Bingo Patty on I \!

Friday night of this week at Duf-
: I
-It has been announced that thei :
Much fy's Restaurant beginning at 8:00 Thursday
Enjoyed Lust Night I'o'clock it has been announced. i I Woman's Auxiliary of the Con-''

"John lAiVes Ian':' I IVi/es for the affair have been i gregational Church will sponsor It has been announced that a
the '1
presentation took place in that short time to a bazaar at the Service Center on
of I donated by the merchants of thecity of the Board of Directors 1
tinCivic meeting new -
Drama result in several near-dis- Dec. 5
major ti.e Friday, 3rd. beginning at
Guild of New Yoik I ..I the Mujh J' asters The lomunce of the sergeant and purpose of the partyis of the Jayshees will take
School Audit to raise funds to carryon the p.Thm place on Thursday, December 2.
mm night. and the Senator's daughter j I public is invited to the
charitable of the Auxiliary.
and sponsored by the !local Jaycees was almost wrecked the Umtel projects aftair. at the home of :Mrs. Kermit Lew-

was a harming and well- States Army almost became in. 3041 Harris Avenue, at 3 p. m
received comedy much enjoyed pletely disorganized: a ..n.m-I The public is invited to the This is a very important meetmg

by the large and appreciative au- army lieutenant attacked general party. : IJ'lrlli /Aon \ as it is the first one of thenew

dience present.It i in the balcony of ea Paramount ; Board of Directors, and at 11

was the first of a series of ,, i Theatre; and further com- ,!\Calemlar Of [Auxiliary To Meet \ that time all the committees for
three productions arranged for I plications arose with the arrival ;the coming year will be named

by the Jaycees, another play to of the English girl to claim her Coming Events I The regular monthly meeting !I! and plans for programs will be

he presented in February and the sweetheart and found him not I of the Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai j: drawn up.

third and last in April. j only already married but an ex- TUESDAY. NOVEMBER: 30..- ;1 Zion Congregation Synagogue i It is urged that all the newi

"John Loves Mary" gave Us an pectantfather. i j Executive B..ardIl't'tmg.: Harris will be held on Wednesday. Dec. I directors attend this meeting.
i I
attractive leading lady. iV-verly ; The entire cast played their I I Sch.K.1 P.T A. 7.00 p. m.. I j I 1 1st at 8 p. m m the Auditorium .

Prince, three extremely personable parts extremely well. and it IS'; followed by meeting of. of B'nai Zion Congregator.I 1 Defense Stamp
young men, Robert Van Hoo- not difficult to understand Room Mothers at 8 pm.. ----
why .................
ton, James Field and Jay Mui- the Civic Drama Guild is such a I Ilome of :Mrs. Elizabeth Singleton Sales At Poinciana

phy. two seasoned veterans of popular company in many sections 329 Elizabeth St'oman's I ;
the stage, screen and television, of the country. I II \\ Missionary Union of'':
William Hemicfc and Irving Ka- j Fred Taylor was exceptionally First Baptist Church. second School Are Good Smart Polos

ret.h, and I day of observance of world-i ,
a lively anld believable
good as a baffled bewildered I .......... The Poinciana School started the
Cockney, Audrey Swanson who wide Week of Prayer for I I I ......- with glamourof
young man the
was unwitting -
I their sale of
Word has been received ot the U. S. Defense
who Foreign Missions
it Program
appears is an Iowa girl.The cause of all the trouble
each I birth of a seven pound bo> on Stamps in October. and it has HollywoodNew
day through December
comedy, which was inthree James Field was fine as the I I
ser- been
'November 28tti to Mr and Mrs. announced that such interest -
acts, and all the action of ge..nt00 found himself
caught I I I A. S .Bovd at Chmcoleague. Va have the children taken m'
which took place in the living in a net woven himself out of WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1st V designs sporkling
Mr Boyd will be remembered these stamps that now. scarcelya
room of the apartment of Senator the Bingo sponsored by Navy
purest motives imaginable: I here as the former Lillie :Mae month later sales have been colors selected by
WivesClub No. 88 South
McKinley in the St. Regis'; and Irving Karesh was an amus- ,
Hotel New Beach Restaurant, 8:00 I I Knowles. i tripled. | Hollywoods outstanding
in York dealt with i ing befuddled blithering : p. m.
: ..: the confusion resulting when a. al anxious to do a good t Weekly! 1t"Ctmg. Navy Wivets: I i;I These stamps are on sale ev-1 I child stars. MGM's latch
ery morning from 9
young Club No. 83. 2:00: P.M. at.N.C.C.S. Personal Mention '
army sergeant returned set upon and maltreated at gl'ncr-I ; to 10 and the matter is: being Jenkins and Worggrel
from overseas duty to marry the turn. i
daughter of the Meeting Board of Directors I I of'I verv capably handled by MisGeorge O'Brien chose them for
senator. but in The play was by the Rev. and Mrs. B. R. Wells. Brown, assisted
the meantime had married an'I known dramatist Norman Krasnu. Key West Woman's Club 211,i I Lynn Haven Kla.. are the guests Mrs. Libb\ Van ably Huss hy their own personal ward
English girl in order to enabletier :[ and the New York production p. m., at home of president. of their daughter and son-in-law. -- I: robe.
to get to America to join her played for many months there. Mrs. Lee Goddard. 417 United I I I Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cellar at --- ---

sweetheart, another G I. who had This presentation was directed Street. t 11 I their home ...t126 Eli/.abeth CanWat Sit i iI The children will love their

Saved the sergeant's life in bat- :: by Jonathan Rand, settings:' were Regular monthly meeting j!I ;street. The Rl".ells. us a retired fresh brightness and the

tle. 'i 1 by Eugene Dunkcl. and the en- Ladies Auxiliary. B'nai Zion I)I Presbyterian minister. Mr. Cellar colored picture hong
The entireaction Synagogue. 8 : m., in the ; ;I PINWORMS CAUSE FIDGETING tog
was confine ,i tire production was under the I p. ; is Advertising Manager ot the 'j
to one evening and the following ,, personal supervision of Stanley Auditorium of B'nai Zion I Key West Citizen. AND THAT AWFUL ITCH I attached.

morning, but enough confusion Woolf.Knnice Congregation. i I: One of the warning liens of Pin-Worm Ui I
I I i I a nasffinff rectal itcb vaicfc often _i ta In sites U
2- Graham Lester his and
-- -- -. __ son : fidcetinc and broken hep.' and mar lead I II
-- Annual Meeting. KeyVes daughter-in-law.,i Mr. and Mrs j to ev a more acraou dairies years.

McCrtur: And Gordon llrindley \ Chapter. American Red Cross.I I I Joseph Lester, and his daughter. !i I I the It trouble i* no looser caused nccaoary by Pio-Wonu.to pat 1I h?cauciciic with.. .| -' ''' :'..!. C'to :J',-")

I 8:00: P.M.. Monroe County ), Miss Helena Lester, arrived last !I *these stubborn. lka at ptlt last found easily and a mmr taftlr.to lick I II l' [ }

United In Lovely Ceremony i i Clinic Auditorium. Election I j' night to attend the funeral of i I CetJATNE'SP-WatUwfintiicavf Pew I -THECHILDREN'S -

Saturday" i\I j of Officers and Program. S I'I Mrs. Graham Lester this morning I|! meat Worms based P-W oa ia an a officially moiicallr recognized wood tress drur I

A beautiful Junior Minstrel Show. High i at St. Mary Star of the Sea element .hh.h has proved Terr ITcUve in CORNER
wedding took
place'last A reception honoring the bride School Auditorium. 8 pm. I Church. Mrs. Lester died in :Miami 'I daboR.mi tin iwlr. i..t< Saturday evening when Hazel and followed the | f-W tabh-ta special sj to dntrvr 421 SIMONTON STREET
groom cere a\I1.: j
Eunice McCraw became the mony. The table beautifully decorated I School and local talent. Per I j;I I Monday. S I s'i N'wms : ..:Worm rJiell ,
bride formance Friday evening ------- --- -- -
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Gordon -
in a single-ring Donald Bnndley j and covered" with a lovely also. I I .. ....... ............. ..... .ei ... 55.-...-. 5 .J 1.- --. .

performed candlelight by the Rev.ceremony Avery -- .cake.The lace. cloth. held the wedding Sewing Group. Hospital I :: ,

brother at the and home of the bride's. Misses Rosalie and Caroline I Meeting.iary. 2 p.Board m. at of lIo AUXII-I : I i
sister-in-law. Mr.
nad charge of thbride's e
aqd Mr$. C. G. McCraw. 16-2 Po-; Jaysbees. 3 p. m. Hume of

inciana gabardine The bride Place.wore winter white'. gifts received was in and charge oy Miss the of young CarolHenfling the!many coo- Mrs.urged Harris to Kermit Ave.attend.h All'.Lewm.directors 3041 I I| : I For That RightFeelin I

pie. Hostesses who
helped wit" FRIDAY. DECEMBER: 3rd j
nail heads gold and white, -
accessocles the
serving refreshment were i ,
and carried a bouquet of Bingo Party. sponsored by f I
Mesdames .
Kav'Ilson Vi
white carnations with gold rib Soles. Patricia Hemingway, and American Legion Auxiliary. I> I !
8 'I lr
bons. The maid of honor p. m. at Duffy's Restaurant. J ,
wore the I
Mary Knowles, Doc- .
Prizes Public invited. I
turquoise blue with I
black accessories ; I
err Clawson. Bonnie Bennett and
The and had a pink corsage Joan KnowlesMr. Bazaar sponsored of CongregationalChurch. by Woman'sAuxiliary ; I DO YOUR GIFT SHOPPING AT Rr' I I

ceremony was peifoiinedat .
i .
and Mrs.
Brindk-y w itiaake I
Service Center beginning %v i
7:00 o'clock unckv I I .
an art h of their home Poinciana.
fern and in at :5 00 p. mLun.ht'.n i iI
pandorea. banktiith > The
On Friday evening following Beachcomber .
and :
white swimming part
gladioli and lit mute ta- the rehearsal of the wedding. Mr .
Oflt't'r.V.v. Club. Casa _
Doss I I
pers. Carrie Rah Miss
was and Mrs.
C. G. McCraw entertained
McCraw's maid of honor and the wedding, party with an- Cayo Hueso.Brown.SATURDAY. Dances. bv Mrs.Malika S = ISrini your full \nii- list \.illa yutt ysI e

Rex test Hess man. acted as Mr. Brindley's home.informal buffet supper at their t DECEMBER" I I I to Tilt: I.KXCIICOMr.KI.: mill shop "itla I

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th- i that llialou
The bride is the daughter of ,, Decorations for the affair : yiilrful fWliii": are

Mrs. Ida J.1lCraEnilt... of St. listed of pink hibiscus and white l'OOI i I Regular senu-nwnthh meeting '' ..t'lliii"; the rich fjifl.. al lh> right
I Jayshces, Junior Chamber of
Louis McCraw.Mo.,She and graduated the late G.A.front carried periwinkles and miniature the buffet, table I i Commerce Clubhouse. I|I I plaice for lh<. ri:hl (prin>. s ?; ,_ j

Central High School. St. Louis. a weddingparty. ,: Cancer fibs showing County : I Colt! in and MT our uitazitlr arr: \ '- /- I .
j .
The groom who is in they United Present at the buffet supper Health Depai t-iient.. Fleming1alKi of title from xliicli lu nialvf. tour ?-.-l It"<-- J a j ji
States Navy and Ki I i.u.i 5u cll- o UO p m
of SOSN. carries the rank; were the Rev. and Mrs Averi i .V-.ui.-- t. I); .1 l..n.fk.t lioils mill fiijo\ life iiilere-e un
is the son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert I
\ A. B. ,IIrs. Hatch. Rex 1.,1 > i H.,.'. Navy! : I hurried .crtirc for shish uolrd.
Bnndley of Miami He 1I"s.s. Miss Carrie Rash wee are I :
i the hi
i uI \\ I .- :N ,
graduated School in !Miami.hum Tech High ,I and groom to be. an.111: .aim \ '" : hup at 'Illl ri\ilCOMiiit; : ; : anil tour (;lcd-1m:., lift pwl.lt'lII. I :

'Mrs. McCraw.Those St. '" v. n f i ii ell Lvn j sill\\ IHM-OIIH- pleasure. I :
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. Young Woman's! Auxiliary < I
Of najttisl I J/.r.) 1 Entertained I ( GIIICtill fc-I/l c .

ot The Young Woman's i-njo.Mng the t'><.iu,.t<'N Tr 1Mr eSpwleu u5i I G1 6//7J &'lk"1f ( altt.. I :
tinBaptist W :M.
their with I wire Mr and Mrs Tit K... All VITAMINS
.. parents and tied. Mr. and Mis FV Sn :tMr ; ,
!>t'lotWl... guests on Thul sd.l> 1 : and Mrs. CalvinV ILnr.l land : lrao.. w b eueati.l u 6cuaas iuiciom I I

evening of last week at a Mrs. Delmar Eiit n. :Mrs l.t plus liver Ord'eoe. i

Thanksgiving lawn part at the I one Collins. Mrs. Tliclr. P"llhtho. j' 72. $2.59 .Itad i.ws I The BEACHCOMBER MIMnIL
borne of Mrs I
Olivia street..ilia Albuzv on ." Misses Nancy and tk tty KFilufl..ld. 2.7.95t JIJI.@

Helen Ruth Kremh. AI t : i JKWr.l.KKS: : : ; ami :SIIA; KUSMI1: : ; i :
Peggy Collins led! the lene,
Spear. Peggv Collins. Nt !1 1nose QftII\{)
-truup in mans interesting ganws: Archer. Holly Hailing i GARDNER'S PHARMACY : i Key West's Favorite Jewelry Storecit I! :

-_. .,-.aches._lte .. puiiiuhin ,tit. hot d..,,'" Paul Lightbourn. lire III Pun.: d.! PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERY
:..t.. si.t ,.ti._.. .. uc 'I\j aid Nathan IMc-r. ;
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(; \ / "<\ 1171' : LIGHTS AT NCCS .i L..I 1TWThe; PeaetMgned!Treaty in of Pant Pro-.ytn-ndn -

B tie! \imiirwi WaiI ,the
; % Ir..iu'.n!

; "Prepare Fur Fi:1il. *r 18.10 J"seph Dfsen begin the
( :Tianutatie: if prATtU!' in Salem
f. .r t To l Ht" .Pre..eiileilII How They Stand! VI.I.V.-

r ?yr I 18-w-:M\ < xie.i dvrtam WM onF
[h ;CO: ; On FridaA. !i .1' '!ante

-.. MXSKF/MSXU.IK\r.u: > ;, lilt- ( a aeuas -
/ j rfrnimpnipone
!). ember IO r j i
1./ i I High School Cvmnaiium Ii'1..1 trlnrnils.xm tn Fttdi' w
/ Lt. John Burk saw Boca Chita'team : CLASS A i* i t...p._.>lr (see Wocld W.>:v
.; : Club- V. I.. Pet 1927 R u e s i I.. pieipiaitf thri --
( work out ir. the boxing: ring
;' Bobs Spoil Shop 2 2Miii: oI"'j i 'i ton: "I t all aimim altil TU
at NCCS last night and attracted
Sonar School 2 2 .;lOii "
jl wide attention from p.iSSPrs-bo';! i Pollocks Jewels 2 2 Vtu I4IJ: \1 i !Indiana man .
TI s sr Sparring under the brilliant
? r Coca-Cf.la 22 tint' ''.1 t ": >i h, I' i raiMnit 101buh.i..sri.i
9c >> I
floodlights, the fighters, gave i]I
) i i |lair i .acir-vrerit-
r 'f' \ ; J' promise of several J good eventson CLASS B '1.\it "'t"I. 'n "..lir. under" day.
; By Fred Mathews ci .1 4kt the card to be presented at '. Club- W. L Pit
; I' 'might hate IM" n jailed lot oh
NCCS on Friday e evening December |I Boca-Chica Flyers 2 1 .M>7 : O..t.lt i .>nI'M

............&. ............................ .. ; 10th :; Elks Club 2 | M J..|. :deign miM .t"Tr

\\:.., f? ta i The contestants include cham-1 i Beachcomber Jeweler 21 I fib; .. .. ....
Key t Golf Club was>'n"w d li i\t er i Lsu,illx' well inf..11fl ,' u" i I. r' .1 1\ineman
4 : pus of New Guinea Combined i! Junior Varsity I I 1rfMJ( f"
n-pri-sented btwo H'..xl d team.Sunday I si urci, -..i\' that he is piatti v" v Operations Tn-State Tournament :': Driftwood I 0) 3 IMLOCXL ) 'I i-. "'u> :,.ill. i T..
j' 1M.llit.! .l the twit'
ink putting: in between p.ll"'lIh( ie' "IC..r
the Pr.-Amat\'ur
for AH Navv .
Championship. .
in ordei to 1 act Ike Paik have' III. clay bank t "r Sol.imon\
staged at Bayshous In Miami honor ol, paVIng for his diiim i NAS Richmond Field 7th i\SKIJVII.: i, ISM3! -An? ins in 'halt break
Brarb R i.' I :Naval': District and others.
""i< nt I'r. jOh LO- : .
when hey play their, match Si n Key West Senior Baseball I Ii into tiHinio nt<'i lint
I'EZ The Naval Air Station. Boca
paired with amateurs HAR day I ( 1944-Ame .n.push into.

RY KNIGHT, GEORGE VAL.i! Rut Coffee and wife Claudia! Chica) team trained under the direction f I,i i I 1 (:Municipal Stadium) : I Geimany[ 1 in ,rr and btoinjv:

DEZ an-l IKK: PARt while visiting I' have arrived for the winter so'\\ t'> : of Ray King AM: 2/(.'. who Club W. I.. Pet 1 IIL.hll11o.Ih!: Its' ..I nanv men.i1 .
pro RUT con EE paired has had six years :n the ring Key West Clowns ;T I .8. 3
know the season is about to \v .
With GILMORL PARKS' HUM ,. Rut has cpt.utuPRESt' King was North Texas District Red Raiders 4 2 M>7Atomic .i1. ea i t" .!u'i eh I .,i have nut
11LRT MIRA and JIMMY MIRA. on and a dub in West Cie i! NT TRUMAN wave his mjgaph- t he take hi, place in the Navy stands for the I Golden Gloves Champion in 1939 Bom be.is, 2 4 HJ: : :J it> 'in.". n I"., .,IJron i, 'Sift

Uest score of the day was the'i, ginia played great Tn golf this, Army N-iv / to .tball ciassu at Philadelphia With the President are Mrs Truman and their :. and 19-10. and Gulf Coast Golden American Legllln' 1 -> It7,; ,, -! I." lI. : n 1Mi:!
past summer to the St itt
sub par 69 fashioned by the Cof I' It's win dau-!h't Karqire! Th:, presidential party sal in a crowd cf more than 102000 which saw tha Gloves Champion in 1942 I 1----
fee-Jimmy !Mira te-am !': Open good to have Lou underdog ,iioi- spoil the cadets perfect wilt 21-21 The Team was organized: bv
season a tie in an unbelievable turn of football
back Rut Kt: HUN.:
: and Cl.mdia. SI'IU.II'Fna: :u HIOIUIN' I Ii
In this tournament net scores>> ', I fonunts: i Lieutenant Burk who successful- ,
were derive-d by using the lowHire ; The Old Mae-stro Bob Sp..tbI' --- _. i Iv promoted fights in Manila for x
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on eat'h hole by either the i'i i wool Sunday furnished to prove further that he evidencei is ,>DC'''. iv' \HU1'; ; run 1.10': '\ C: \uins) \(;.\IT; \ 11"Y j several the years.active lie support has been of the promised Kiwanis t 1, 4t
rib or his partner Each: four I J -
of the real tough to. liek 6_ '" __;.oJ.. __ _._ '__ Y
i guys e>n -- the American Legion and
come was comprised of three
teams, namt'lthe one pro in I I j I,I a golf cour>.e The colonel was 7;> : I(I other local organizations, in the
yards short of No 8 Green
raw four-some plus each of his un' i boxing program, which includes
berth roun 1 Is Sundax Once lie ?se d r a thi Kev West Golden Glovers
three team mates Complete ; : m t ty 'dart lilt '
slurs folitrwCoffreJ. ,> was on th<' fall"wav'and. onc-c III >- ,I cost a Y .... i Tournament to be held under e ear w
? a
Mira 69 I'|i the r.out*h. After a little thought ll tlrtitA NCCS sponsorship in January

Coffee-G. Parks, 79. I,, he brought out that sickeiiinui I Ii ...4'A Another traIner who wIll be at
Coiree Mira 70 i i abr..l-I'a-dah..a. No A iron and III :-sCCS "'\'t'r'vt'nm from (li.ito: (/
I i e"...-h instane-e h laid tile hall I '
Lopez-VaMe/. 71. ,iLvjie t ; I OH> p. m to train boxl'l"l'k. : 4'T
/-II Knight 72. I I' stiff within 3 f.n.t of the h..h. I'ru//v, Iiru/7> has worked! a" ..( -

Lopez-A. Park, 74 much to the rhagrn of goes who : 4 e"Si5 ti. .une.i in the Army and in civil
In addition t.. the creditable i I I and NORMAN AKTMAN Mtl.1 1IIAil : o b 4r "t ter, i i.n I Ids: and l is assisting Lt. Husk sy
:: EL didn't like, the shot\ j i ,
thawing the buys made they I 4 i in coaching the men in .h'ldowi
,, :
niue-h either.John I i I 1x1114. e alisthenie-s, and ,
trausht balk the news that again i I I "par-
I Gavitan' cracked 50 r..r' t i in
the greens! do not compare with ,, !
run. the first time last week and l ] i j i Tin ti mets who worked out

Greens Keeper Ike Park, his '' served notice to Dr. EDDIE: C apt '14A 4t I' :\1t.ntial''I'mnl( included. N. P

crew sod, Pro JUt' Lopez, are happy !'! GONZALEZ 11 be on guard; tot Masters AA Adnane }Aust r"i
to compare our greens with :I their next match IJKSN G. E. Rich AA R Williams 1

any i i i General Jim Jones and B>III i SA. W G. t elds TN C. 11
;i I V ii :MtletrR 3/e, II J Majehi.wA. -
Club Meeting >j Spoltswood were awakened UKI < bt roe e ii i
I'I I per AEAA WI ham Little John TN:
The regular November meeting other A. M by what ,sounded sue, i
tar the purpose of nominating :|i puiouslv like a pistol shot. KlI ..... I| Traieoff t.nald: Cotten Fl.Registration. SA and Jimm v'

dub officers for the ensuing year tion day was only two days pru
was held and vte-tims selected ,,5" they assumed some Republ! !I for boxing will
Come out to the election next ( can had 1 bumped i himself off an"I I| close on Saturday, Dec 4, at 2 p.

month and get even with some '''then rolled over in the, sack ti m, when the matches will be: i_ _

one you dislike by electing him continue then cliiams of bud" e'l v I made at NCCS. All interested. .I'j Wirephoto
to office: I and eagles As the shot cretin II Servicemen and Civilians are inI i

ChitChatA 1 I I ued they waited) until they he ud I vited to see Lt. Burk at NCCS i, JACK ARCHER. Texas Christian University back. is spilled br

crowd of UK buys and girls 25 and then met on the side'u ;.Ik I arty evening)! this Wt't'k. from 6 30 Southern Methodist bacK James Marion ((36)). after one yard gain
lu ii I) ("") i.l.k I
attended a pre-danre buffet sup- : to investigate per tossed by BOH and LEE ,, Key West doesn have zo R<'- : :. -- I
. 4' V, ph"t, "s\i ., hi. behind in the last few minutes of play to bnat: the score. The
POLLOCK and had 1 such publicans) Due to then ;patine! i ti.I.'" pJ.I:\l'd'I'.t'1 inC '
a good RUDOLPH COSENTINO (34)( ). Army back, is down SMU Mustangs wall meet Oregon in the New Year Cotton
brought Heaves
time they almost didn't make the ;; and Army training they were I by Baysinger ((16>. and Bill 'mrt-rene'(' ipponents, 1 lf! 1. nest in
Hawkins ((30)) of Navy after a six yard tl.liI ', I II' Bowl Announcement was made by Cotton Bowl officials .
lag Thanksgiving Eve dance at able to solve the mystery quiek J gain during the Army Navy thriller at Philadelphia Saturday A nnmK ->even i mte.ts game.
the Elks Club. 4 f l Iy. It :seems that neighbor Dr The Middies tie dthe heavily favored ca dets 21} to 2' i''' 'in ,lUllt".. i just as the game endedAND .

Sponsored uy the golf club the Eddie Gon/alc'Z had become ciissut - -- -

Thanksgiving Eve dance was a :sfievi with his drives and had'i : ()IH. -'Iinulc ----_ --- :- _'. -' '- pronounced success and augurs ringed l.is own corrective device I
well that more of the same will consisting eif two blanket and a
be held ZIP KOV ASH who fur- clothes line and was earnestly SPOUTS() QUIZ EVERYIT
the ball into the homemade
rushed the turkeys given as a i, pounding -
door and raffled off during trap. No wonder the"Doc"
1. \\.1:, t t",mis played i I" 1 SERViCE ISGUARANTEED.
the evening almost met with disaster improves so steadily. I ,
first R>"c Bowl I game?
as the winner of the turkey { Dr. Herman Moore von a free
I 2. Within five years, wh:>t ,
given as the door prize accused chow-down from Dob Saundersand
Zip of also! bringing on the scales' was set exuberant about it he : the year of the game'? .

when the turkey was weighed. spent awhile with the boys re 3. When was the first !Su

However, the elusive' Zip talked : kiting his wartime' and pre-marI Beivxl 1.tIW"
tat way out and next day appear-j i ital eeapade. Fortunately Rose : 4."tll'J'I' i- the Cott "i g.:." \ '' I

ed at the course to trounce AN- : wa home baking a cake :i. Wht'n did It t.. n .
DY PARKS in a special: challenge'' It required almost 2 hours for boxi'!1''

match involving two dozen pop- the three Flying Dutchmen
stele j i| Willie' and Hartley> to play I THE ANSWERS:

The Citizen being a family their Sunday 18 hole and they" 1. Michigan :e.I: I Stant"ld) i 1 WILL PAY

newspaper makes it impossible to were sore vexl' rcUte the story of poor Charlie played 18 holes bv himself between i :! I'M.: ; YOU TO COME REFINISHING $4.50
Lewins adventure' in Miami but 7 and 8'30, so had to slow i i 3. 19ia: REFINISHED $2.50 par door
MIAMI ----- side y..t 91.50
Joe Lopez wed cheerfully furnish down for the last 13 I 4 Dallas 1 \ TO $10 HEADLINING

ill detail upon mquirv. i 5: 19' it iJOO | 53'0OrtN

Dr. JACK HAYES was absent ,' Abe Lincoln pioved himself no I t

Sunday suppose dl\ due tu illness prophet when he saul! at Gt>tty"- <'K ". H ; .k.i. +
but I think hi "c ." living to bui _. "The' w,"i ill \\ III little! note' the. I....' .:.. I ,,!lei :at 111.1: !, iii ricei : 529.95

steer It.n .u1 t ., It.\t 11 i "' 11.: "..nwhir i I: I, 11_ .,,,1.! \. <,,:t .. -;.\ t.. o .. ,i... I ., t I., .< He MOTOR WOAK
,. t 11 ,' 1 FENDER 01'IODY
put .1 I : ,1.\i i !-II. : h tie' e \1' :
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Cars Newly Painted I Saturday and Sunday, we will finish all work the same

day. If we can not finish it we will pay for your Ho-

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BILL HAWKINS gets set to take. short pass from Reave: Baysmger and then run for the Navy's _

final touchdown in the fourth quarter ot the Army Navy thriller in Philadelphia. The touch

Middies to tie the highly favored Army eleven 21.21. Awl
enabled the
gown and< the extra point I ." '
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1IIC/ILIG11TS/ (OF) GAMES _____ _._ ,.-...............-.-...- ,.........' __ '....... =_ ... I I Jr'h'i, lJoillg ;; .
t tf I
I --1 v :oh.\11M; ; at the i ilnIEU 1021 Duval Street

PLAVE1)\ I) ON SUNDAY) ys Pik I I1 FtinaY 7; ."JO Bayview t., !I.on f Park.i m Night I''I|: Jackson.\ ,:Square.I.. I.t\En\'ICI'-|:: V/hitchcaJ. : :: Ilir\SF:I I I'iil1t11.INIduinuuaarlaaritiluataMaimplulaanalr.: ( ) ; :I. ()li:1S:

PEDRO AGUILAR and Southard Streets I .
Bf ,, 11.1115Bayview j .
(In the I .1 t L. gun
II ik. -11-/ d I II" i i I,1 t .. ka ..ct'k' and Nights ,+ MONDAY I IJ 7.30I'.lJ.--Spanili: : | (1 la.s>.

Let .. Hw >_..".. ... a I!. 1'Slusi11e Fk t ; Daily play. ; !9 ak) P.M Joke Box daiitv. l TUESDAY

*.,..1! I..k \ >IUr< "I l ..., yt et I, Truth or Comet" 10:M A.IJ.-.."" hog. last *.. tViis .:

11ad. MM l.. died. the.. Samba had found a job fur the SIIUIIII: \HI) quiiitts Qui/ Show \ "!! P S :ti Lae i. tkitelds to right week railroad section (Bayview Park) TUESDAY: I Base Cowling.. ,.
on a gang
7., P.M. Shuffle hmtnl se
gad .IMOTH 1 sI I
.AUd tlresre (::
;11I.1 I Was; taking: loa\o of his famIv Daily play. llw 7:30; 1'.1.L-1I1"pltal! I'arty Una.
!.. rMtt ill tin' itMiMt Sa'wii. h. wifi, tame to the'aMh.1 : M'n.: on |patio. i Tues)
fee t-tcMh Jahu. 1 9:00: P M\ -Theatre Group

\\11 IJtn' a pia... !.i in to I .... Ik...k Suu You h.II'1 t 1 I SENIOR \Snt\IL. WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY 7.I
: I \ -Htrspital Fishing: p
..etgttt and .1 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon 1 IMP M. -Ht.-pttal mt.-ets'l 12.30 PM
r .nNI .n a ., ,
lUt a "I''k [ u.Nkl I I.) d. t .ve r.IJ.Na'yV.vcs <.llIb I
Qlnlran StrriMMJ. hi In I SUNDAY DEC. 5- 8.00 P.M.- Dance Class ( 2CQ
> andoull be gone fi II' ;i v\ a--k' I ners) 7:00 P.M.- J u k f' C,: '1) II'' e,
.. Bomlxrs
d.e *y :Hlrrlinc has .. First C. inn--Atomic
barn turned and larked
j ..vii% I I' 9.00 1'.M.-"Ye Ole Country I IParty" Jallll"s.THURSDAY.
a p.r '"f bill Mml... mtirh a"ri"-d. Hont ht \.s Red Raidirs"s .
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-1 kr win "<1 KOIIU: !' .., nd Game -American
Mid in tone of injured info1ieetr \
g.nlead Whats a dt mattah0 lbu- ,"con \s Key West Le'l (Square Dxnctn, Virginia -I 1-00 PM.-S 'wine ViI. .. ,

MMn*' '"a I" I.. I a'i I talk is tlioh WilS t;;km' dt. I M; '.\n \V. DEC. 12- Reels). II IL.rf I btuv'. ,
tte rule 't,. t1 I 1." i ii'... .. ..\ aat.a. r "i"t fi; -American Legions THURSDAY: FRIDAY
far tfcr L I lut t...1.I I III" .. Card l Riiders. 3 00) P.M Photo Class. I 2-CO: ( PM.-Pre natal CH,s.

wag i ii t1:," |" > ) } .r k asl Samna (;;IPH*- Atomic Bomber 9:30 P M.Dance. Orchestra. 9:09 P.JJ.-f.n"f'. Orslactra I .
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its) Iti. a' ..ii i t I.a! (!Cn3w Imcrica) Sl'NDXY: DEC. 1 1Fns4 8.15 1'.l\t.-1\Iovies. Undge rw 200PM: .--Coxing;: Tramin;;
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"rang lltil.i.I 1 I t ,.11I ; i Momta C.il.. no\thst U'in in \s American !: : ; ':30 A.U.C'lImmWUl.n Hit..afast
i ,i I. t 8:15: 11..t"Vif'S.:\ .
MHw.1 I h e t toluinbiiv. Ohli 5 4 \tais aga. __ .._ I Sond Ganw -- Ka-v WistClowns sane 1 (month! >II
It 15 I'.M.-Sc -rfHl I ( ,
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HeDanit I A. Poling of Phil., \s Red Rattlers.SUNDAY. 03 PM.Picnic btgn ).
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.. I drigahw. Baptist pasttu president DEC. ZS! I SUNDAY: I -
bid. will. "t.-'- ,!I'lIIpo"'h lull "' of the. Int (.<*'. of ChrustjanEndtavor HOE.RODGERS:: ((78)) florin Carolina f rnbac kgoes up and over to rout m live-yard touchdown t'il'St GafDC'K'v"t'St Clowns 9:49; A M.-Ja\a Club. Thf federal and state c.'a r.

la 4th a .a't aAt bin n Portland. Oretais .. :. run aaamst Virginia at Charlo:tesvill Va. Can: Kighsmith. North Carolina tackle lakes \"s. American Legion I 2:00 P -Cla.ss.ic Ihmr I rants spend more than SI I +IJ"". -

t1b' I'. \ '\INI M \ ago horizontal position just in front of him to h:Ip clear the way. Virginia men Jim Lcavitt ((84)). Second Gamt-Red Raids. v!'. 9:00 P.M.--llowsh'p II Di John K. \Viiuht directtn" of
.... end! taa. ...,..,..\. the Aioeutan tvoi.iaphit.il: Surety and Stephen Osisck! ((9o)l. back, North C.ncEnd wen "*,! 12 lo finish: en unbeaten. one'.tied sea Atomic Bombers. Coffee and doughnut 1.ivt! ya'31TRUCKING.

c. tw, ? L...a t fh's ..n New York. born in Cam- son. Shortly after the victory; th" New On r.; St:gar Eowl committee announced that; North Sl'NDAY JAN 2- *,. ---- ----

...... ..n.f i flak t .. : hi idge. JJa$,... 57 years ago | Carolina and Oklahoma will meet in the IStr fj lual New Year's classic! First G;:mi'-Ktv West Clowns ---- .
... v_v*>.1 I tl". 14\ in Dr. Waltei K G Baker of -. VS. Atomic BtwnlwrsStcond ;J"I II.I. 1(11dill../;? SERVICE Furniture -
wlian Hrlnt h "..iit"k- I Cvnrial Ekt-tnc. electronic. :. -- I Game-Red Raiders vs Moving General Hauling

gild 111'*, I aiii and l 'it. born Lot'kport. N. Y..exp 56- 11111FLITGEtI; ; : ;I t I i\
teliM rut years ago ; Sl'ND\Y JAN 9- 1 M 1. \M: U ( :I m 'I-It\SI-'I" :I{
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This Dr. Uillicent CaieMilntoth. I First G imt.--Red Raidtrss. Phone 166 524 Southard Si.
the day before C'h1
fill It. g : itmas
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dean of Barnard l'\\ L4r .- Key RESIDENT PHONE 1002
1...... ....a If.t .nti I -t Willie Jores broke a window
York. born Daltimore SOvtais Strand Gamt Ann'i ican Le I
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It.. ....w .h..aiw: ,m 1 ( ;.. Atomic IJombirs I with a snowball. saxd, h.-:
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nt ... hS1I 11.. ate wi I .>... a1 ; mother got his new' suit luli..1 -- -
Carroll C. Hirnks of thel.1.
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S District Couit New II \>'n a Grocer SELLS That CoodS1'AI
M... Carbon* II l Lot tl, (*.nn. born Andover Ma" :>9 r oT'' 0 a v1Y n \ IiI'rB1.1.. I dio and took father: f"l.l1t, ....
tfcrrw. bark t."la. a ..n' High School Gymnasium : txn to dr.Ipa.turt.., a tr BRAND

"...._ ,..oml'"*.' In, years Prof ago John Main,,' CI.u k <>1 (Night) ': Thank ."at 1 tnt','. "I ..:,.. 0 I P.., AMERICAN
tired thr CHUM- '1" a, I ,. i h.,.. .
Columbia University. noted I tinomist ,> T I SHAY- Joni 111\ no t I r a I COFli'EE
fnr IU iit rawn I
ply > horn NoithhainptonMa 7 (In) P M Junioi e".tt.h., V, i
rY1wM11g ft* UM 11.wn. ,f t USu -Try A Pound Tod.f-
M years ae o. Elks: Club. I
attaild. ganw K..k. R Ex Prln. Mmistt \\'intonhurthill e 4 R:00:: P.l\.1.-Cllh..s\ Dn\i'.In x15t ,.. 'tc ix 'r" 'I i :i Il Crt. I II
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(' of Britain I Main. 74 .a.-he.mirier Jewelers
UM' mferld hit oat saRah] a's t
ran ago. !) 00 P.M.-Sonar Schoul:0: j
and to left bitter I
ed I hit tail gut IMIotks Jiwt4VHESDAY [98f ,' JHIl f CpOPbX WpITKi4J?. 98]
ha h.ill ,
pron<>siti HUM* In..1"Ith one NEW STREAMLINED PEE0.lESSPOINT
tw. on tear B"*..rts and dub and a basketball club fear thwei sl.of 7fKI PMBAM I 'a China H\t. I ,

I popped, is11. 'k <>f Jan 23 to 30 for OK U.nefit i. vs." Junior Varsity i BALL PEN Ii j jr
In trfth a douhlepla.. of the March\ of Dame" The ; T.atl' h,; 1111 P :M ---.i-C.rfa. v.". Bali!
the Itac.... In M.. Cuban Stars and the Umvusiu !snort" Shop

Miter rcBrlw M-ttm.1! .>. of Ilabana an willing: to come .. !9 I !00 P.-Junior Com, \ I f _.z__ '! ;- .
w itd Mrk ad a MWtk h .here and play for txpcn-scs and tae It*..ifht'>mbtr Ji "tKi' ,, ;
bruuflM bon home 1 think that every: fan and mer-I ; TIIl'nSDJ\Y- I .
fotrrtl *t MvtNkit and .... chant of Kt'v.t will bua t 7'10 P.M Junior VarsiU. x I Tto. --_ ..l..i, 910# _'''In ...... I. ire b_ ..sa rMlrva..O, i4r. .
r Ntl! .4et4 tint ....._. _,,.... _'t Imk. liotanltMrt Aar.t. Maker 6 a a n.a.a
wtirn fie pVfTTan it la 1 RIV' 'hi'lart'h t.f Dimes drive a'g'wni 1.:())0 P.M: -Dob's Sport Sli.p \ I e.p_ Tan M t.........!f........k..... .".1 .... IA4tU I" ai5.SS .
with. tiaterb on Mond ) |.let-e of t';ish I hoax' that Pollof-k Itvuls .f vrittM .r. l- Mel N4ci tUc4 1" atr.. 'U.II7. -...
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S.ntia. who ki..t a ,tudthis and sets if' it is ,idvisabli ...,.;"K.I. ulrul I'liuiiKK W lull lit) i iaul'

glare Iron the Untt to tk tlut I hopt wt can ;I -. RID AY- ;; ; ; ; :;:;;; ; : : :;;;

plate. w bU the terrai hear :-wn them in time to makea "\1'' ''''I 0'I : 1.a ho I ,'omnnuelNOW ,I ; .ilhi1U1111HiHllillllll1IHIIIHIIlllililiiilliillllllllllll I llilillillllllllI
he can IIaIy the iikht: ( I all arrangements I I I
a p<*(lic>n he nUvttl. in a EXTRA! EXTRA'! Manager I JOE GERI ((35)). University of Georgia halfback takes: to: the ,.'r over the Tech line far a seven I

The City KcTttH: Valdez of the Bombirs has announced : yard gem in game at Athens. Ga. Lewis Hook ((25>. T.h (I" acts set for the stop The I I I
n..nt went nut and ,- that Sunday he will I .
mighty Georgia team won its third Sautheitrn i '!I'.1' ." hip with a sensational 21- r
thr pack of all debri stnd Lt ftv \idal t.> the mound 13 victory ever T:ch
>eaitti red in runt of against the Red Raiders and the I!
ui..4er. B me and sure farts kn'w tint Vidal piti-ht'.I in -- r

..t jab of it alit I an tf th. Florida International ;.n1 .' 'i'1I /. ) fI ......HH.' l'
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tnrn+ni fair thi ir A.. Get.r;;ia Sit 1 la'as'K-. the !hl ten I t.
Maw what tK. M dium will use the add favorite Pan- .ant ulueL twaee "Iawl. rta.' I t'uilit'(>' 1'nnn7i IW111CHS MVORITt
t* have. Mime painted ,.h.. Slhn..rll. In the nightcap the ,J/u.V/ it1;:: \al.\ '"Thanlalt.: .. fit'm. t- ,i .c! 111
....]..! > and have ,amr Key West Clowns will use "Flv .it.;' I heard loft ad.: them i ,.1:. ""
hon far uiilMftt-lub> t.> Xlce. t"1.t: underhand funny c'e 'Tu.itt' I ":ilsho'I IL:"u*.' t ,a .dial i '1 t'f-n: tin. ..oiha. .: 11:1': is ItSubscribe *- U 01l1l1l1.S 1),,;!,.
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turf around the bail" the .,.
MMr gi..1 I .,tn'" I' "'i will t.ie the mound for the Lt \\'I1lt it i tldr-I'l: !. t ;\". '.1.T TVtHild ieit7iee'
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HERE IS THE ISII ALL SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL T-M: \ ch-:>n k- the A" oc at-d Pr"-s hspo: .ts writers j I

and coaches It.. composed ot two players from Georgia Tech. two from Misissippi. two from Tulane. and one each from Florida THE torav-l? STORE PHONE 682J09 I:

G"rgia. Mutuurpi Stale Tennessee and Vanderbilt The ends are Barney! Poole ct t', srsip:,i. and: C-.:rgtrodi-t of GiorTvch. -' ,
At UckU are Paul Lea cl Tulane and Norman Meseroll of Tennessee. Bill Healy of Georgia Tech. and Jimmy C" ":-ra 1114 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1 177 : Fleming Street Corner Margaret St.iiuiiHTimmnifM Ky Wit Fit I I

of MiMuuppi are thA guards. At center u John Clark of Vanderbilt. The backs are Johnny Ranch of e..... Eddie ?rasa. cfY : Corner Varela Street + I: '

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