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The Weather
FORECAST
Key West and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy with little change in tem
perature this afternoon, tonight
and Thursday. Gentle to moder
ate northeast and east winds.
Florida: Partly cloudy over
south portion today, tonight and
Thursday. Over north portion
cloudy and occasional rain today
and tonight, becoming partly
cloudy Thursday. Little change in
temperature except warmer in
north portion tonight and Thurs-
through the Flor-
M Starts and East Gulf of
Memhwi Moderate northeast to
teat winds today, tonight and
Wttarsduy; weather partly cloudy
Wtrept cloudy and occasional
rain extreme north portion today
and tonight.
Jacksonville to Apalachicola:
No small craft or storm warnings
have been issued.
REPORT
Key West, Fla.. Nov. 20. 1946
fDhaarvation taken at 8:30 a.m.,
Eastern Standard Time,
City Office)
Temperatures
Highest yesterday 80
Lowest last night 72
Mean - - 76
Normal 73
Pracipitation
Rainfall. 24, hours ending
8:10 a.pn * inches .0
Ralativa Humidity
79'i
Tomorrow's Almanac
(Eastern Standard Time)
RonHae 6:47 a.m.
Sunset 5:39 p.m.
Memorise 4:54 a.m.
UoonM-t 4:33 p.m.
TIDES
. Tomorrow
High Tide Low Tide
Naval Base
(Eastern Standard Time)
8:58 a.m. 2:17 a.m.
8:27 p.m. 1:54 p.m
Additional Tide Data
Reference Station, Key West
Time of | Height of
Station- Tide |high water
Bahia Honda —Ohr.
(bridge) 10 min. 0.0 ft.
No Name Key +2hr.
(east side) 20 min.
Boca Chica —Ohr.
(Bandy Point) .40 min.
Baidas Channel +2hr.
.gorth end) 10 min. +1.4 ft.
Minus corrections to be sub
tracted. Plus corrections to be
add4i
HEAD OF CHAMBER
(Continued from ihagt One]
ai Key West and doing business'
belt*. Your assistance is being
.solicited in an attempt to “do
something for Key West.” We
have every possible advantage of
building -of our community the
progressive city that it should
bt.
“On Friday. November 22nd,
you will be called upon to join
in with the others who have
pledged themselves to support
the Chamber of Commerce ... on
the other hand the Chamber
of Commerce gives its pledge to
do all it can to support you and
Key West.
“Sincerely,
“CLEM C. PRICE,
“President.”
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TWO HOTELS In ... MIAMI Bt POPULAR PRICES
Located in the Heart of fhe City
Rates RfinUK Write or Wire
Rsssonsbls for Reservations
with BATH and TELEPHONE
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“ N.E. 3rd Stror t 226 N.E. lit Avanu*
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MEETINGS
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Hotel Men Convene
‘The Ways and Means Commit
tee of the Key West Hotel Asso
ciation will meet at 7:30 p. m.,
in the La Concha Hotel tonight.
In addition to the committee
members, the Chamber of Com
merce president, Clem C. Price,
and the Junior Chamber of Com
merce director, Charles Smith,
Jr., will be in attendance.
Women's Club Meets
A meeting of the Key West
Business and Professionel Wo
men’s Club will be held at 8
o’clock tonight at the Municipal
Hospital. All members are urged
to attend, since plans will be
made for the forthcoming state
officers’ banquet.
Dance Class Tonight
The weekly Dance Class for
girls over 16 and young service
men will be held at St. Mary’s
Parish Center, 1021 Duval street,
tonight at 8 o’clock. The begin
ners class in ballroom dancing
is making good progress under
the able instruction of Miss Mary
Hollinger. There will be informal
dancing throughout the evening.
Admission is free.
Junior Woman's Club Meeting
The Junior Women’s Club will
hold its monthly social tomorrow
at 7:30 p. m., at the club rooms
on Duval street. Hostesses will
be Mrs. N. W. Ketchings and
Miss Marie Hyde.
COVER WATERFRONT
(Continued Iroin Paee Onei
ton. They are all living in Poin
ciana.
Cashion’s catch was the amber
jack. the first bonito, and the
dolphin. “We don’t get fish like
that in the Gulf around Hous
ton,” he admitted with a grin,
“and I’ll be around here for
plenty more this winter.”
Fourth in the “Heidi-Ho’s”
party was, once again, Mr. Frank
Stick, who got much more kick
i out of the others’ catch than he
did out of his own. To his lot
fell the tiresome task of drag
ging in the big grouper.
Mr. Cabaniss’ sailfish, which
was caught on his own light,
6-4-6 tackle, was the ninth sail
of the season for the “Heido-Ho.”
Alex Brun ‘of the tug “Atlan
tic,” berthed at the end of the
Gulf fishing pier, is now an au
thorized agent of Al Pfluger,
world famous taxidermist of
North Miami.
CARD OF THANKS
In the hours of suspense and
sorrow following the recent ac
| cident and death of our dear
j daughter and sister, the late
Anther Louise Johnson, the sym*
pathy and kindness shown us by
friends and neighbors served as
a sustaining force while hope
lasted, and a source of comfort
in the later days. To each and
all we here desire to express our
sincere gratitude and assurance
of appreciation. Our appreciation
goes out also to the donors of
the lovely floral tributes.
nov2o-lt THE FAMILY.
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Girl, 12, Outshoots
300 Squirrel Hunters
WELLSBURG, W. Va.—(AP)—
Twelve-year-old Nancy Smith is
a crack shot. Game Protector
D. E. Keyser said that of more
than 300 squirrel hunters he had
checked during the first 10 days
of the season ,the Hancock coun
ty girl was the only one to have
the day’s bag limit of four. Her
father, Howard Smith, was still
looking for his first kill. .
Smith told the game protector
his daughter had been hunting
since she was 10 years old, and
“she always outshoots me.”
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Girl To Vargases
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vargas, |
1111 Parker street, announce the ;
birth of a 10-pound girl at 9:30
a. m., yesterday at the Galeyj
Hospital.
Car Re nor ted Stolen
A light tan Ford convertible j
coupe owned by Lt. Commander ;
Brent of Apartment 11, Rest'
Beach, was reported stolen last J
night, the police department said j
today. The automobile was taken
approximately at 10:05 p. m., j
shortly after persons in a road- :
ster were seen taking a seat out
of the back of the coupe.
Monroe Theater j
WILLIAM GARGAN in
“RENDEZVOUS 24”
Coming: "In Fast Company"
Strand Theater
JOAN LESLIE in
“Janie Gets Married” !
Also "March of Time"
Coming: “THE HURRICANE”
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KEY WEST
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
USO Group To Give Performance
At Commander An-Chief Ball
The USO little theatre group
has been invited to present sev
eral vocal and terpsichorean
numbers from “Best Smile For
ward” during the intermission at
the Commander-in-Chief’s Ball
at the Sub Base on Thursday
evening.
Program Director Gerald Pin
tier announced today that the
performance will include vocals
by Diana Ohmie and Ray Dar
ling; solo and team dances by
Ilit and Run Plane
Put* Out Lights
HILLSBOROUGH, N. H.—(AP)
—This little dairy-farming com
munity had a hit-and-run plane
accident, the first in its history.
A low-flying craft tangled with
power lines near the Archie Mc-
Alister farm, broke a couple and
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ARCHIBALD CAREY, C.S.B.
Of Detroit, Michigan
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts
IN THE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Corner United and White Streets
Saturday, November 23, 1946, at 8:15 P. M.
. Auspices Christian Science Society, Key West
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Marge Sjursen, Gerald Pinder,
Joan Lanier and Betty Canova;
and Corps de Ballet by Marian
Pickens, Lingtee. Scribner, Veda
Thompson, Fran Watson. Char
lotte Putnam, and Edna Phelan.
The regular Thursday evening
USO dance complete with John
Pritchard’s orchestra, the GSO
girls and the NCCS Junior Hos
tesses, will be transferred to the
Sub Base for tke special enter
tainment.
zoomed off without making a
landing.
Observers were unable to catch
the plane’s number or describe
it.
Cancer is common in plants.
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
TONIGHT
“MAN and HIS BODIES”
1013 South Street 8:00 P.M.
Relief At Last
ForYourCough
Creomulsion relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
CREOMULSION
for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis
TROLLEY JUMPS TRACKS.
PASSERBY IS INJURED
PHILADELPHIA. When a
trolley car jumped the tracks,
Miss Anna Reiser was pinned
against the wall of a building and
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