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Mnaiii a4tona
TALK DOfcSNT KEEP THE PEACE
lirnrral J*rok l„ IK* vent,
of the Mvth Army llroup in Europe. call*
att morn to the lime. some *i\ yean* atfo.
when akta. Poland. Be If mm.
Holland Pram e. China. Enfiand. K a
and the t'nited wtate* were “trvinjf to talk
reasonably. quietly and intelligently" ami
that “in the end ail of u* had to
f*f ht "
The accuracy of the irenera!'* ob*er
vati-m rann*t l*e questioned. It complete
ly d|Mae of the contention. often ad-
VMM'td hjf pacfi*!*, that the way to world
p*a e lie* in disarmament and an effort to
treat other nations and people* fairlv.
The*e factor* mtirht help keep the
yea<e if all nation* were anatom* to avoid
war. hut the atfflrre**on, (iermativ. Italv
and Japan, have yi\en the world a lessen
who h hould teach it# that peace i* impos
sible and the nation will* warfare
Tin- general say* that there will he
dot or of a -wrw world war if public opin
ion become* rots rut* ed that “war will never
roan*- upon u* strain.” II•• u>nf**<t* that
• h**n * some ambitious Rian” ar,*e* some
where ti* the world to *tar* aatrre-non
ar* a. that there will be no peace uni ***.
when challenged. we *an lav down a win
ncif < .m to nation of power Otherwise he
*ert*. and accurately. <u mat aik vour
head *df in the intered of |eace. bu* “all
talk a w*rthleie*
It mat iartis some American* to h* ar
that Central |P*\#r avs it mav require a I
4 **t* man American armv to injure world <
peace Ms- predict ton i* mewhat in line
with the \iew of other m.iitarv anti naval
leader* althou/h rat h apparently a**ume- i
that the deyeb*pmeftt of the atmn bomb '
haa made more ttm .it \ than e\er he (
peed tor ht* Mprta ular branch of -ervice
Hurt* racking naval officer* have *ug
rnsUed that the nnlv |Hs*ible defense
*ramM the atomic boaib t* to i*e found in
a f**weiiul naw. able to keep ’he o-a* clear
of enemvr ve-**eU and to maintain ba*-*
from which to take effective action againd
arm > or* <r anv nation ’hreatening the
use of atofua warfare
Kr*m the Air * orp*. min h the -ame
pred* t M*n i* made, with greater efnpha*t
• p***i the use of air* raft hi connection with
W’*taulao*ouj atta< k- upon an\ ar-a trm
• ho h stoma ism I
kr**n the Arm , comes t h*- 'tatement
fi'a* the only wav to end the atomic jh ri!
when H* rtwti, will Ih to occupy the tem
po upon which *b- menace i* base*! and
that the ocrnpat ii *an be effe* t•-! onl\
hi the use of dVMlpil r*M.p*
Smile, whether mu have won or !o*t
heep i iir eve- open before marriage.
•sol woe Hen I'raiiklni. and half *hut an
erwatd*

President Truman is retting a lot of
advoe mom the duties ..f .h. president v
ar*. most i*( ’he ailvice * *me* from tho*
wh . evpect to profit ,f ,i „ followed
There ar* very lew A meric an*, who
•Uled Horn, from *hr war*, aho have not
a • wmulate | some saving* They stand a
* 1 1 i
the* Hm in the battle agamst in flat ion.
DAWN OF A BETTLK DAY
Ail the anxiety tf candidal-* ia over
nnw: winner* and *mer are known.
To the winner*, congratulation*; to
the loacr*. ietter luck next time.
And to the people of Key West, in
eluding the winning and lotting candidate*,
i *ne object and one only ahould he enter
tained about their city: to make it a better
| am) a more attractive place in which to
live.
II ever there ha* been a time in the
history of Key YVe*t for all of us to pull to
geth* i, tfiflay * that time.
The election j* pa*t and wre have our
five iommi*i<ner to conduct the affair*
of the city government. We are operating
under a plan that i* new to u*. but which
ha* proved *ucce**ful in hundred* of citie*
throughout the country -
It ha* been demon*trated beyond que*-
tion that tb- cimmi**ion-manager form of
government i* far iietter than any other
type that ha* been thu* far devised. One
of the chief rea*on* for that it hucau*** ihe
responsibility for the way the affair* of
the city are conducted rent- on one man.
who*e aim will lie alway* to try to con
nerve anti promote the interests of the
city.
I'ndoaiitdely. he will meet with many
stumbling block*, a* other manager* did
at the beginning of the change of govern
ment to the commis-ion-manager form, but
they overcame the difficulties anti our
local manager. whm*vcr he mav be. wili
)>e able in time to attain the same objective.
Hut we mu*t le patient; we mu*t not
expect miracle* of efficiency. Efficiency
will tome with experience, and. mean
while. let all of u* *trive t* make our new
government the dawn of a better dav for
K y We*t
B!e***-d are the innocent fr they ha\e
lot* to learn.
I.et'* h>pe that the highest fixe will
prow the best five.
EINSTEIN FOR WORLD GOVERNMENT
Professor Albert Einstein, in disus
ing the effect of the atomic bomb, -av - that
the secret -b'uUi ie gi\*n to a world gov
ernment. w huh -houUi be guide I bv the
l mted Mate*, the Soviet l nion apil tr *t
Britain.
fhe di*>ingui*he| *cienti*t i* not the
only leader who ha* come to the c*tn lu*ion
th.lt the pease of the World depend* to a
laige degree, upon ,*nic effectixe world
organisation, with power over all niildarx
matter
lie admit* thi*? he fear- “the tyranny
*.f a world gox rrtment but. he -ax-. * |
a ’
r
I'h* *ci**n* *t think* that there ar*
•nix th“e power- wth great nnlitarx
-tr .'t i i> th* world ar and 'h.*' h*-x -h**jld
go ahead and organ is a w tld go; rnm id
wh* th* r *mailer nation pun or not
fiv !•*. - n*.f bdu v*- tha * thi- mtii*' vx a i
■Will tiu.-ia h. - the -a me * omlitc o- of t* * •-
d>rn trial ar* to )* found in th* Engii-b
-p* .kt g|h ..f•!* * am*| a Id* that on* mu t
bar • mind K ft. jh pb- In Russia did
not hav* a long p* itu al education** and
that < hang*-- hail ?. f. art Mul through ' x
a mn only for the reason tha* there vx.i*
no majordx capable of iloing it
W * an aM for -holier w.< \*-. t
’ f th. * .(S 4 h ' ♦!•* r. ,i! ..
a rnai I :*u ertinie.
SIXTEEN YEARS AGO
!♦ might -* rx- a lo t it purp. -e t• • ,
public attent on t. th. ta-i that. -i\te. n
;**ar* ago. the nation wa* witn*- -ii;g th*
|mm ait SWial •)••* i t. i th k value- -v * I
-*•■ hi *h*- hi-'-tix *>f the country.
!et w eei >* pt* ?> * f J.!• -1 \o \• n i
* ! •. t It* a •*, '*• u •• t’ h • '< I
itig *i i trial *t- - *t th* \* xx \-rk h.x
hang* dropped tr-Mi #ds| 17 1 4 * fl't*
'F h* pr* * r-t threat **t inflation mak •-
h* '*• l gnr* - im|***rtaut. In !‘*2‘| th* a!
an- ot th* nation had b* * n directed b\ the
ma*t r rtiinfl- **f bu-iue. mdu-tr\ an I
liliatue to a dwpree never epiaMel in ’h*
hi-f*>r\ *t th * nation \<*twith ta mi ■
'h* ir "ktif*w how. th* -*tt*MTi dropped it
, t *h tfiaf k* t atnl n%tio' w*Pt ’** a
'ad ptti whuh ptodufed the great*-t fle
prvf-n.n ** t all tint*-
Smart imlix uliial- who rea I *h*--e fig
ure* ami reflect upon what happen *| -,\-
** n year- ago Mill be -**fn* wh.tt cautn- i-
Th lure of big prtifit-. whu h acv-nip.*' ic
a ri-ing marke t sttra* t- maw indiv dual
but <*nl\ th**-*- uh g**t f*ut qu-tk. ’.ikuig
a part of th* pr*>fit*. manage to c*m*- out
with nt*r*- dollar' than th-v tarrv in.
DAWN OF A BETTER DAY
TH* RET WEST CITIZEN
*5, 1
Ch.'ptcr T
question hung ruspendsd
in the iu tsrtweeu them.
Anne s heart began to hong again
altar a mmumt qu-ver*-*gbr •tar
tied. Wayne r-kased gcr arms
and Stood before bar. pkwd ag tus
caw.
“Oh, I know it** an asrfbl thin*
In ask a girl—when wa can't o*-
certain of any *htng omptml to
morrow* But. ch. daring. I Want
yrsi so! 1 waat to know that
you’re—aiy wile*" Hi* vokv grew ;
tender on the word
Anae began to breathe exr ted
ly But 9Ta> r -can—euuid *#—
si quickly. I mean’ ’
“You mean - you'd even con-.
skier SV*
“WetL I-Wjynt. ! Imre you—t" ,
The word* eecmed *o inade
quate to iearrtbe Uu lb ry burn
ing white flame that was coursing
th lough her v< n*.
"And I love vou. httle dsrlirg*'
So that'* all l*i.it nm Uui).
isn't it* Look pronoun—torn mw
we U attend to all tne prelim ma
ne*. then we car get ma? 'ltd the ’
day after And that will leave u*|
two whole days lor a hooey ,
moon”
“People will say we're erarV" (
"Sure they w.u. but what do i
we care what pt<*pk say.”*
U’HEN Wayne had An Hy gone
home, having aura: ged ta!
meet her cm th* morrow to per - ,
feet the :r plans. Anne f. jlj flew
up to tell Eve the lu w* hifh 1
into the room without th ikine to ‘
ttnd Eve curled up in tied ld i
a.Urp, the letter from Garret
folded cluae ag..m<*t ha* heart A*
the sound of Anne * r. *uy i
trance she **pcn<*d her e; eh
'Oh. darling." Anne cried in
'puck remor-e. "I m an sorry to
disturb you when y-c haven t
slept for weeks* I sh**uld *w mur- j
>k :ed an*f <ut up .n little pic- • •'
But-hut oh. Eve? Sum that vou
are aWnke. I I may a* well t !l
you* I— I'm going t * be mirri* I"
Ex’c sat up and bi ttked at her
stupidly for a m*<o*et “P- d-n
me. Anne, but t c* uld h ,vm t i,r r
that you *a‘d you w re going to
be marr led’"
Ann*- U II oe the Vm-.1, r* nvulscd
v ith h< lote ? t .* ■ ’ l*o *
*
KEY WEST IN
I DAYS GONE BY
mOM FILES OT THE CTTIXEN
or NOVCMBCh 7. If 14
'
J J Trt voi. C*r rri.uxfh'r of th •
I Arthui Hrfwx*r P< t *f the
Am* man L* gi->n, ain*> .n**-*l *•*.
re**r rung tha* adder *|! |.
m.. l* F: *Ja\ ill ! h .
■ * r,4 • <
Dax
C’ltx Ckik A a., r.* *l. i
-aid t*idav rh* h,. !*•■* a t it *
in ahaent** %. * •• , • v
• x nun tn b -i \ ii*r 4 • u*
a
alw* nt* • allut* r In ’
G* *i g* Si .in
.
li-hmg camp * B> ~ < *
m*tn, Lu*h* I*..
A *'*.i ..at
-a " • ii,
u m< !Ujf>a m 4| , {^,.m
i -*utb A Pgp-.
LEGALS
iv ihi ssm •rv ii mi we uu
"Mi uh ii dm hi *aiiir
••• IHI 1t M mi ||, miiii
• v xmi uu iixm>i u*i xii
• \ • It X X* . M *
• - - . *****
I ’• X MU • f
Xlll HI 111 **l*| M
4
i% vm. < in* i it i hi nt or tMr
1.l 111 XTM II III* 111 I lilt | 1 r
or riir tin **r i.*tti*,
• v %v II von MOV not Mil vn
IV I HIXIIRI
I *4 V•• f* l i
•• iiiimh r.
"Nlll M ••• ri HI •• XI l*V
V 1 ar* V..
(i'ii <-t • *rr
Haa'l R .44 C Maw-ar
WM.I.IAM V Alt' rr
sH over Ton know dam well
that • whal 1 *a*d , “ tkm cried,
“And oh. Eve! In as esettad I
could just—luat about die*"
Eve bent over and kissed the
tremblin- Ups. a took of anxiety
m her own eyes "Anne." the
qokr seriously, be venr *urtr
Anne t c ye* were full of dreams
•Oh. 1 mi! So eery, very and
i There was an unfathomable
look in the depths of Eve's dark
J eves, a look which Anne did not
even notice in her csediment.
; Then HI say hlsm you darling." j
Eve said luietljr. "ttoly. only, f
Anne, you're such a baby! 1 hope
—I hope vou re not letting your f
! self in fur anything like heart
break:"
THU next day Wayne cam#
• dashing into the udtt. hi* face ;
aglow, hu voice high and excited
“Ai.d h<rw w the future Mr*
. Wavne Mcf>"weH*" he beamed j
Anne saw Lola Cheeter * eye*
growing ever wider behind the
th. k lenses of her glssseu Jane
i Thr mas *t**med m the rnwhlle o# i
j wh.itex-er she was fllrng. her
rum th wule open.
| ’ Sh*“ she warned, trvlng to die- .
. ng .ge the hand that Wayne waa •
h *i rg possrmivelv But he was
r >t to be repressed
“I wet t be shushed, madam' I
Snow take great pleasure m Mi
' forming you, Mtm Chewier." with
m elaborate how. "and '•<.<. Ml** ,
Thomas, and the who* m* evudj
, o '-rid in tieral that vou see he- J
'I.WBFT-NrJ*Si.TSSI
'with vour approval mv dear*!"!
| Anne giggled as she *w Lota |
r* lo in asbetjdtpvmt Then she
f* It her sp>ne tmg! as at the mo
-ent die **hnerved Mr Parham
t mdmg n the doorway to his
te office He was not smiling
"Wavne, w it nrrsar for vou
♦n make so much nouw and
• 'isturh the workers in mv of.
•***•" he a*ked tifffv then added.
Suppw -hj md Miss Winalow
-♦cp mside There rmw to be
.eirthint we mu* diaruan *
A"P*' the- ght th d-smay “I feel
•jst Ike I 1 <1 orce at srhool when
I was rsllrfl into the pt incipol’s
. w, * ft s to feel guilty
*ut th s \f- Earh.im’s Ho->nd to
*v*w • >o Bit I •* -h Wayne
hadn't be- n so I
1
cola Th- renter. n*w ISO mil
f 'trr* th it city, i* i xpHlnl to
t n inil in that xH inity some
time txnight.
A politu al radv will be to ld 1
F d.ix night in Baww w piri
Ad n*li*ft* - hax* been mvitt-d
• i * ik -h*>rt addicxata.
K< x W*“ terx arc tl!l awaiting
v >.ii lusr W * htng’-Nt aiMMit 'ht*
f a‘i**n f**r a luat) ?•> const!uct
m * <>■ i***•*'i Oxeie a- HiKlu.il
11 wig* SL
t.' untv rmpiiidb will !y p.*;J
* iu) t’* untx Cl* i k R•- c
S *x* i ui thi- fr**,in ng t<*r
tf < i Align \ MAIS. .i •
T wlax Th. ( ‘.'i/ n mm in an
• ii'* .at p • *uh
I*•* n-*t f i. t t*. v*t, n* xs
T•* -lay iH.n * !*.( t **. v*t. t .
' t .1- .* itgarding in*
*j* *' ~p
Ship ahoy!...Have a Coke
... refreshment joins tlye family reunion
It i :ir cry fr"m 4 :phoarJ to the tumi!y But in kxh pUccs
j l\^ c I
T • ' r.'rc •> i > Tho-parklinn m3kh* £
• i a r x*Hcv ’- 'he 1 !C”J'v Amcruan -pint
puux* t : rc/rohti a \aticicul custom. anj^h
v*uts 3* 141 C 9( C3i cowpamt SV ato *• Ralnv-xaBHU
KEY WEST UK UOI.A BOTTLING COMPANY
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1
By Huipnf 1 L 1 4 Wmm
W->odword CJfyj
Mb EARHAM tonb ht* seel Mb
hind th* heavy dtok end
Ann* and Waane rtend en Urn a#*
puaute sol* J and "Übe prfeHP
rntbs bar fln ImAww." Ann*
U nmm ABm • muoumi Wayns
lighted a dgawtto MBl tohk etto
a Kims a# tiki bsl as Mr Ear
ham no domed Aoo# to the rhaif
in whuh sbn tmi to tgfti dkdntim.
, “I think I tosder stand ** rvstly
that you rater ted Id this /<***•
aroman aa th* fotuid Mfa wayne
Mil Jewel I. dhl I sdT
( Wayne had not tost asm kda of
hts rosy assurance He seemed •
i little aiouaed that Ann* appeared
I flustered -Rtgh* you Sre Unde
Nathan I supfwia* ym m i*mi to
give us your bkwsmg*
Mr Parham waa silent for a
moment hts while blows drawn
together. h hands moving mm
< hank-ally among th* papers on
( hi* drib Then sud* lento hto kesm
1 gaae net Amie sand t thought
■ X* detected a twinkle to the blue
depths of his eyea And m that
moment she knew that whatever
ithe reactmjsi of Waynes other
relative* might he. she had an
ally in her employer He turned
now to Wayne
“I suppose vou know sha's
much too go*id for wt’*
I W tyne untied “Certamlv sir*
Mr Ear ham got up and came
around the dealt to stand m fr*mt
'of Anne When she roae he took
her hand- "You v* been with me
: how long. M s Winakrw’*
I "Almost two yearn*
Mr Ear ham roughed a little
’ nervously “Shall I tell you what
t I’ve thought manv times in those
two vear* a* I’ve watched you,
mv dear’"
“Please do Mr Parham *
Tvs mid to myself—why can’t
that nephew of nun# pick out a
girt like that inste ad of one of the
little flibbrrtv- gihbets he runs
around with* O course vw have
my Mewing, and good withes,
ad to vou Wavne. hearti
est congratulation' Er my hoy.
er have you told your Aunt
Edna*"
Wavne out his arm around
Anne "Indeed ’ have, tir And
•he ha* mvted us to come to te*
at flve this afternoon She wants
to lone no time in hecom.ng ae
quatot-d with mv hi*o e wife*"
I T* to rwMsart
STUPID AND LAZY
CLEYEIANU. K>bina. now
! usjiilix half tarn* aid preferring
uat*! ban to luM-Rf iif* naxe be
'**'• stupid aud lagy in many
i
- Orator SELLS That GOOD
STAR * BRAND
and CUBAN COFFEE
Tty A Eeund Today!
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