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Martha; KhoWles, Robert; 'ttMgf. Felicia; Peirce, Daniel; Vtre*. Robert; Santana, Mario; 'Balferth, Henry; Vilate, Henry. IA, Mrs- Dorothy Curry, teach ,*r—Campo, Onelia; Higgs, Wil li, tm; Fernandez, Orquidia. 18. Mrs. Eva Arnold, teacher; Anti. Richard; Arnold, Josephine; .Baker, June; Botdock, Charles; Bza. Edward; Cafbonell; San dra; Curry, Joey; Edwards, Ray; Hamilton. Wrti. Earl; Harris, Yo landa; Hernandez, Dorila; Hib- Billy; Higgs, Robert; Hodg es Katherine; Hubbard, Laurence; !>nre, Violet; McFarland, Leo nette; McMaster, Ceeelia; Rosam, Penny; Stirrup, Orletta; Ybarmea, Anolan. 28. Mrs. Eulalia Jones, teach er—Albury, Thelma; Alfonso, Oswaklo; Boa*, Alice; Caraballo, Paul; Gates, Thomas; Guitterez, Armando; Hess, Sanford; Oropeza, Daniel; Saunders, Gorth; Taylor, Barbara; Taylor, Gloria; White, Eules. 28, Mrs. Leota Somers, teacher —Bishop, LCo; Carey, Wayne; Garcia, Raymond; Howland, Syl via; Jenks, Douglas; Johnson, Lewis. David; Russell, Donald. 2A, Mrs. Josephine Doughtry, teacher—Casa, .Manuel; Cates, ; Daniel; Demeritt, Duane; Fox, Phylhs; Garcia, Jose; Kerf, Sid ney; Molino, Argelia; Puig, Or lando; Serferth, Henrietta; Villa real. Floyd; Watson, Rose. Mafy; Weils. Joafin; Zamora. Mary. 2A, Madge Salter, teacher Acosta. Manuel; Armas, Sidney; Felton, Wilma; Gaskin, Donna Lee; Jenks, Alice; Lowe, Lance wood; Maloney, Greddie; Mar f*ro, Margaret; Peterson. Stanley; Roberts. Harfy; Roberts, Joyce; Stewart, Donna June; Stirrup, Dale; Valdez, Ygnacio; White, Sandra. 38, MisS Evelyn Bell, teacher— Bin hop, Sable; Carey, Natalie; Carpenter, Martha; Conant, Rog er; Edwards, Roy;, Fernandez, Shirley; Gibbons, Thomas; Hinde,' Shirley; Keye, Charles; Moore, Thomas; Perez, Charles; Placen cia. Malirna; Saunders, Frances; Sartara, Blanch; Smith, Patsy; Trevor, Edward; Valle, Minta del; Yates. Stuart. 38, Miss Gladys Pinder, teach •r—Calero, Mario; Cervantes, Waldina; Curry, Barabara Jean; Gibson, Donald; Holland, Perle; Johnson, Ella; McDonald, Nancy; Norman. Patsy; Pritchard, Sha ron; Robinson, Diane; Rudy, Pau line; Schrader, Kenneth; Smith, Peggy; Tynes. Wayne. 3A. Mrs. Mary Roberts, teacher —Brady, J. H.; Curry, Sammy; Gaskin. Wayne; Mingo, Harry; Pinder, Dorothea; Tift, Rose Ma rie;' Williams, Wayne. 48, Mrs. France's Cochran, teacher—Arnold, Mary Ann; Bak er, Rose; Garcia, Jeanie; Lowe, Betty; Lowe, Eugene; Schoneck, Dan; Valdez, Bolivar; Watson, Bruse; Williams, Fay. 48, Mrs. Dora Mills, teacher— Archer, Deanna; Demeritt, John; Harris, Mary Claudia; Jenks, Bet ty Jane; Parrott, Joseph; Peter son, Charles; Saunders, Myrna Low; Sawyer, Ronald; Walterson,, Shirley; Williams, Donald. 4A, Mrs. Amelia Cabot, teacher —Alvarez, Ray; Bowery, Betty Jean; Castfo, Dora; Cruz, Donald; Diaz, Charles; Fernandez, Diana; Gomez, Pedro; Hernandez, Frank lin; Meggs, Barbara; Perez, Frank; Roberts, David; Russell, George; Tynes. Randy. 4A, Mrs. Lorraine Pepper, teacher —Chucoh, Ondina; Cow art, Jacqueline; Curry, Edward; Gates, Margaret; Lopez, Joseph; Goehring, Myrna; Johnson, Geral dine; Lunn, Maxie; Shiver, Ldn nie; Wood, Billy. 58, Mrs. Louise Evans, teacher —Archer, Glynn; Brawn, Eliza beth Ann; Casa, Davie; Cruz, Priscilla; Fernandez, Sylvia; Gib bons, Edwin; Hubbard, June; Lowe, Mary; Norman, Charles; Pellicier, Nancy Lee; Pinder, Btohara J.; Placencia, Maria Ter esa: * Rankin, Hilda; Schrader, New Sport Arena For New England AP Newsfeatures WORCESTER, Mass. Sports conscious NeiV England will have another sports palace soon —a $750,000 arena in this populous Massachusetts city. -Work will get underway as soon as materials are available, probably within a few months. Officials of the Worcester Arena Corp., a newly formed or , ganization in which prominent industrialists and business men are interested, emphasized no i construction would start until the general building condition im proved, so there would be no in . terference with housing pro grams. i Averill C. Cook, president and ; treasurer of the corporation, said the project is a result of a long i study of the lack of proper sports facilities in this region. Both he and his son, Robert, have been interested for years in the promotion of hockey and other sports. BROTHERS, SCHOOL LEARN GAME FAST INDIANAPOLIS. —(AP)— In diana Central College and the Ristler brothers Manford, Del bert and Calvin are starting football together and doing right well. Central this fall has its first football team in 15 years. The Kistler boys, was veterans from Grass Creek, Ind., had never K played the game but tried out for the squad. Now Manford is the center, Delbert an end and Calvin a guard. The team won two of its first three games. Small World: Transatlantic Exchange Of Classrooms GrETIEY, Ohio. —(AP)— There’s little difference between school teaching in the United States and England and problems of discipline for children are the same the world over in the opinion of Gladys Lambert of Bedford in Yorkshire. Miss Lambert is teaching sixth grade in Greeley’s Arlington school in the heart of Colorado’s “sugar bowl” and potato-growing area. She is taking the place of Frances Kimtiall who is teaching in Miss Lambert's former York shire school. And the housing shortage caused no ,trouble ' because Miss Lambert moved i Into the Greeley teacher’s apartment. Miss Lambert and her class are overcoming language dif ficulties. For example the Eng lish “full stop” soon became the American “period.’,; “Naught” was changed to “zeroVifor the benefit of the arithmetic class. British calisthenics area part of the playground routine but Miss Lambert expects to give her classes a chance to play the tra ditional American school-yard games as well. Worker# Chip In To Help Boy Walk BALTIMORE. (AP) Em ployes of the Piston Ring Division of the Koppers Company here want a five-year-old crippled boy to be given the chance to walk. To help defray the cost of physiotherapy for the boy, who has never walked, the plant saved $l5O from its usual ex penses attendant to raising its goal in the Community Fund. The money has been sent to the Maryland League for Crip pled Children, earmarked for the purchase of braces and treatment for the boy. Jackie; Sweeting, Mary; Thrift, Betty Jean. SA, Mrs. Hattie Lou Hamilton, teacher—Alligood, Blanche; Bra dy, Katherine; Cruz, John; Curry, Gale; Hjort, Charles; Mingo, Bar bara; Roberts, Kermit; Russell, Elizabeth Ann; Trevor, Stephen. 68, Mrs. Frances Mickler, teacher—Camalier, Yvonne: Cor nell, Thomas; Fox, Jack; Garcia, Clarabella; Hendricks, Darrell; Hilton, Peter; Johnson, Francine; Krachmer, Frank; Nettles, Eve lyn; Pritchard, Harry: Reid, Jim mie; Smith, Larry; Valdez, Con suela; Watson, Norma. 68, Miss May Sands, teacher — Adams, Barbara: Barcelo, Cari dad; Brown, Paul; Canova, Jeanne: Castro, John; Capo, Pa tricia; Lewin, Patricia: McKillip, John; Nichlolls, Patricia; Park, Marlene; Palmer. Richard: Rob erts, Claude; Sawyer, Robert; Solomon, Jimmie; Tynes. Basil; Wood, Joan. 6A, Mrs. Constance Walker, teacher —Barsalear, Warren; Cur ry, Louis; Disdiel, Daniel; Gord ner, Clara; Gibson, Thomas; Gon zalez, Lucila; Hampton, Edyth; Kelly, Mary Ellen; Lones, Mary; McCardle, Yvonne; Niles, An thony; Ogden. Eleanor; Russell, Lillian; Schoneck, Fred; Vidal, Exiquio; Williams, Shirley Jean. THE tot WEST CITIZEN CLASSIFIED ADS ' information lot tin Advartimrs ream*- ; AlTMtlnwcoti win Ate Am* (***!* ltrtlt wit* tttotfto to* tol kc taMMd tu Tli titiaea *t count* may lava their edrertlee tha rate of Sc a word for each laser- oaCntft rharfd. SST-ntX B*w , Eßr“i2? , ffE publication oexbtam Tie rarte fair Haekfaee ty*e I* Se To lasare *nbl!c*ttoo, ropy Met m Word told the atom* ehctia for be la the office before 11 o’eteek on the first IB words to 45c. the day ef pahltoatfon. HELP WANTED AN ALERT MIND AND PLEASING MANNER WILL HELP ACHIEVE f ADVANCEMENT AT THE TELEPHONE COMPANY The greatest telephone ex- • pansion in history is under way and requires addition al ambitious girls at the switchboards. This is a position of respon sibility that’s vital to the business and social life of your community . . . and pays accordingly. Pay Raises At Regularly Scheduled Intervals VACATION WITH I*AY j Good Associates and Working Conditions j Apply Mrs. McDermott, Chief Operator SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY nov4-tf Want applicants for doormen and ushers. Apply 2:30 in person. Strand Theater. nov4-2t Man or woman experienced in selling. Pleasant work. Must have car. Exclusive territory, i Salary depends entirely on your ability. Box L.M., Citizen. novs-ltx FEMALE HELP WANTED Avon Products, Inc., will train women, to earn SI.OO and more per hour representing our prod ucts. Start now to offer Christ mas Gift f\ets to,our customers.* Women now employed need not apply. Write giving qualifica-- tions and home address to Mrs. Roxie| West. nov2-4t — MISCELLANEOUS Electrical motors repaired, called for and delivered. Call Britt at 585 or 1184. Romero’s Elec trical Service, 2612 Harris Ave. octl-tf . ■ i—- — Campbell's, 928 Division, phone 189. Keys made, locks repair ed, etc. novl-lmo ! Wash in an automatic washer, 25c 9 pounds clothes. Paul’s Tire Shop. oct23-12tx i For guaranteed plumbing work and repairs, call John Curry, 512 Margaret street, phone 781. j Give us a try on your next job. i Free estimates. oct2s-lmo I Merrill E. (Tuffy) Roberts will be f glad to give estimates on your i plumbing job and advise you on your plumbing problems. Phone 642-M or call at No. 1 Havana Street. oct2B-12tx Girls: Do you want to become an Evans Model, “one of Key West’s most beautiful women”? Then see Miss Evans, Pilking ton Studio. novl-tf FOR SALE Two-story partly furnished house for sale at $5500.00. Close in. Down payment SIOOO.OO with $50.00 monthly. Carrying charge is 6K annually. Let the rent buy this home. Write P.O. Box 24, Key West. oct29-6tx Piccadilly Lunch Stand. See A. V. Bethencourt, cor. Southard and Francis. oct29-6tx 1941 Hudscin.' Navy officer leav ing cont. lmts. Must dispose of car at low price to effect im ! mediate 'cash sale. 10 Cactus I Terrace. nov2-3tx Full-size Hollywood bed with ex tra mattress. 2 Venetian blinds 43”. Drop-leaf table. All for $25.00. Apply 11 - A Porter Place. nov2-3tx Baby carriage, good condition, $9.00. 186-A, Poinciana Place. nov4-2tx Small house 12’ x 18’. 1403 Dun- ' can St. nov's-3tx FOR SALE 2- and 3-bedroom bungalows, furnished and unfurnished; small down payment, balance payable monthly. Johnson & Johnson, Phone 372. novl-tf CHROME PLATING— Give those unsightly, rusty, or tarnished articles anew lease on life. Faucets, boat hard ware, waffle irons, lamps, per culators, refrigerator shelves, guns, fishing reels—anything and everything. Have them rechromed or give them an original coat. No more rust, cor rosion or tarnish. Also copper, nickel and silver plating done. Reasonable prices. Come in or call at Pepper’s Plumbing Sup plies, 512 Fleming, Phone 118. novl-tf 75 YDS. BRAND NEW 36-IN. CARPETING. POST OFFICE INN. oct29-tf Gasoline cook stove, Maytag washing machine, child’s desk, chair and rocker, Durobilt elec tric sweeper, 1 man’s, 1 lady’s bicycles. 1 iron bed and springs, variety rooted crotons. 1824 Fogarty Avenue. nov2-3tx Large electric stove, practically new. Priced for quiAc sale, $90.00. 2831 Seidenberg Ave., phone 1171-R. nov2-3tx Roll chicken wire, SIO.OO. 2525 Patterson Avenue, Ph. 1587-W. . novs-3tx Modern house, well furnished, five rooms and bath. $4,500. P.O. Box 213. novs-3tx Household furniture, man’s bi cycle, portable shower, hot wa ter tank, gas heater. 700 Mar garet street, phone 655-J, before 8 p.m. novs-2tx Indian Chief motorcycle. Rear 324 Elizabeth St. novs-stx ' Ml" Complete line of Real Silk Hos iery products Phone 579 for a visit from your local repre sentative. novs-tues-thurs-sat-3tx 1945 Servicycle. Excellent con dition. 5-E Porter Place. novs-4tx j* WANTED | Wanted Exclusive listings of I Florida Key properties, particu larly those with highway, ocean, or bay frontages, south of the interesection of the high way and Key Largo. Exclusive listings will justify my adver tising and mailing campaign with brochure presentation, en abling me to get top prices for you by one who devotes his en tire time and effort to the sale of Key properties. W. M. Egan, 829 Alfred I. DuPont Bldg., Mi- I ami, Fla. Phone 9-4641. novl-tf I FOR RENT '---—■ - ■ ■ - ' ; 35’ X 65' WAREHOUSE OR STOREROOM ON SIMONTON. APPLY P. O. BOX 535. oct29-tf Furnished rooms, private resi dence, couples. 1118 Fleming street,, phone 421. nov2-3tx Housekeeping rooms, everything furnished. Paul’s Tire Shop. nov2-6tx - - - - -T - - Furnished house to couple, no pets. Apply 518 Duval street, phone 73. novs-2tx WANTED TO RENT Wanted by permanent resident, two-bedroom apartment or house. Call 103-W. oct3o-6t Wanted To Rent—House, apart ment or bungalow, furnished or unfurnished, by Naval Lieu tenant. wife and one child. Call Coral Apts., Apt. 203. Lt. or Mrs. Waller. nov2-4tx House, apartment or bungalow, furnished. Naval officer, wife and child. Call Lt. J. M. Smith, Coral Apts. nov4-stx LOST Billfold in Strand Theater, con taining valuable documents. Keep money. Grateful for re turn of billfold and papers. Dr. Garcia Reveria, 300 Simonton St. nov2-3tx SMOKERS GIVE BRIDGE HOT FOOT SYDNEY, Australia. -*(AP)— The 1,656-foot long single span bridge across Sydney harbor catches fire on an average of once a week. The fires occur in the wooden decking of the rail track sections. The main causes are cigarette butts, which lodge in crevices jammed with old tram tickets and are fanned by the wind. It has become necessary to increase the number of hydrants to one every 100 feet. The Weather FORECAST Key West and Vicinity. Partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Wednesday. Scattered showers this afternoon and tonight. Gen tle to moderate variable winds, mostly northeast and east. Florida: Partly cloudy this aft ernoon, tonight and Wednesday. Few showers on southeast coast section. Little change in tempera ture except in the Jacksonville area where it will be warmer this afternoon and cooler Wednesday. Jacksonville through the Flor ida Straits: Gentle to moderate winds mostly northeast to east through Wednesday except in creasing to moderate to fresh over extreme north portion to night. Fair except few showers over* extreme south portion. East Gulf of Mexico: Gentle to moderate northeast to east winds through Wednesday. Weather partly cloudy except for a few showers over extreme south por tion. Jacksonville to Apalachicola: No small craft or storm warnings i have .been issued. REPORT Key West, Fla., Nov. 5, 1946 (Observation taken at 8:30 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, City Office) Temperatures ’ Highest yesterday 66 Lowest last night 77 j Mean 82; Normal Precipitation Railifall, 24 hours ending 8:30 a.m., inches *0 Relative Humidity 83% Tomorrow's Almanac (Eastarn Standard Time) Sunrise 6:37 a.m. Sunset 5:44 p.m. ■ Moonrise 4:13 p.m. Moonset - 3:42 a.m. TIDES Tomorrow Naval Base (Eastern Standard Time) High Tide Low Tide' . 7:35 a.m. 1:03 a.m. j 7:49 p.m. 1:23 p.m. j Additional Tide Data Reference Station, Key West Time of Height of Station— Tide high water Bahia Honda —Ohr. (bridge) 10 min. 0.0 ft. j No Name Key +2hr. \ (east side) 20 min. Boca Chica —Ohr. (Sandy Point) .40 min. Caldas Channel -f2hr. i (north end) 10 min. +1.4 ft. j Plus corrections to be added. Minus corrections to be sub- i tracted. Subscribe to The Citizen. For true Christina* spirit V you can’t give a finer, mace f l I* appropriate gift!^ Pollock's t QUfILITy J€UU€ L € P S ▼ 514 Du\al Street PAGE THREE Ytmr Horoscope ' Tuesday; November • 1946—Today’s native has a strong and independent nature carrying him through life with the prac tical assurance of sueeeaa. The mind may be taciturn and re : served, in which case it may (Sev er be understood; but it will gen erally command the respect of its | associates, though not admitting i him to close companionship. TODAY IN HISTORY (Know America) 1733—John Peter Zcnger be gins issue his historic N. Y. Week - ly Journal. 1781— John Hanson of Mary land elected President of the Con gress of the Confederation —and held by some to have been the first President. 1782 The “America", first lin* of battleship launched, Port* * mouth, N. H. 1872—Susan B. Anthony vote# at Rochester, N. H., to test th legality of woman suffrage—ar rested, later fined, but never paid the fine. 1895—George B. Seldcn patent Yiis three-cylinder road engine he was ready with it back in 1878 but delayed patenting waiting for someone to finance and world to [ catch up with idea of automo bile. I 1911—Calbraith P. Rodgers makes world record crossing country by air in 49 days—in a actually a little over 82 hours. 1918—Germans talk truce. 1940 Franklin D. Rooaevtdt elected for the third time. 1941 Jap special envoy. Ki.- rusu, leaves for U.S. with “la. t proposals.” 1942 British fight Axis force* on Egyptian front. 1943 Germans flood Gulf i4 Gaeta coast, Italy, to stop US. sth Army. 1944 Near Luzon, U.S. plan* t take a toll of sortie 200 Jap an * craft. 1945 Labor-Management C.in ference opens in Washington. Ti big Jap family trusts dissolved TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS (Know Amorica) Will Durant of New York, au thor, born in North Adam*, Ma? 61 years ago. U.S. Sen. Joseph C. O’Mahrtnev of Wyoming, born Chelsea, Mas 62 years ago. Beardsley Ruml, chairman of the Federal Rpserve Bank, Nt w York, Macy head, noted tax a* thority. born in Cedar Rapid lowa, 52 years ago. Orr Jay Elder, president of M’n Fadden Publications, New York born at Farmington, 111., 64 yea ago. Joe McCrea, screen star born in Los Angeles, 40 years ago Charles MacArthur. rtot A playwright, born in Scranton Pa.. 51 years ago. George H. Mead of Dayton, O member of the Price Decontrol Board, born in Dayton. 69 yeas ago. Raymond F Loewy, noted in dustrial designer, born in Pan 51 years ago. Vivien Leigh, noted net re born in India, 33 years ago. The housefly is estimated to cause $65,000,000 damage annu. ly. and the clothes moth |H 000,000.