The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00212
 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: October 1, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00212
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Sixth Naval District .1 ( 5 < At I $885,000 In Hurricane f I j jI i i4

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Sixth Naval District, the Separai i t < d '
tion Activity of the U. S. Naval | & NAVAL BA SE HAS LOSS Of" 683,000; COAST I ,

I Station here has been established ky ,, }0 .' '
t effective today, the Naval Station Vr ,
announced tday.Personnel .. .1.1I I
Y Mfix of all ships ant stations -' a.ii- "Strtil e?a77 GetsPardon I S200U00Total *

: in the Key West area will damage suffered by the Key-West Naval Base and the I I
Today'In i
now be discharged' at Key West U. S. Coast Guard ia KeY Wesi during the hurricane September t
Jacksonville and will not, as have heretofore.to proceed to l' I. r : :: Havana t was in excess of $8854)00) according to the best estimates. of the, -vero.
services -
Present plans call for I .. .
Nsvall e. : IRr -.- ... i
-.p. After careful consideration
personnel to be honorably dis- r- I of all factors invofved, the various
j HAVANA. Oct. 1.Patricia
e charged within two full working j I It components of the U. S. Naval Base here have reported damage ,
days after their arrival at the Separation i t Schmid who w.i convicted ,.a result of the recent hurricane to be over$635JX)0) ,a statement issued !
ii: .ii Activity. 1 1I i cf having killed yaehtman A by the Key West Naval Station said. _
Included in the service to Naval r fR 1 li I Mea "Satira" i|'I' The information now available to 'Captain. C. C. Adeil, USN. 1

I personnel ?s 'to provide temporary i 4 ka.q E sentenced J j 1 commander of the Naval _B a.ie. places.damage structures at all I I
quarters for the men. A {
components at the Naval Base at I t .
1 (complete medical ani dental prison was today pardoned i| over $2:>5 000. yi
j aminatijn is then given each: ex'l by President Gtau San Mar- ; j and overtime pay of regular em-
to determine his physical 'at sur I tin. President Martin will No concrete estimate has been !ployes-engaged: in
repairing 1
+ made of the damage to Pier
for discharge.: z ::: Dog 3 ;
office 10 days
retire from '
3Hr"B r at the Operational Development !, damage. These figures do t
Records and: documents'are r (A1)) Wircphoto hence. Station, but it is known to be not include the straight time pay
Y then completed the men are'/ I "Satira" is Miss Schmidt's \$250.000.( according to the over i paid to employes who are en-
given their final pay. honorable MOVIE STAR ROBERT MITCHUM '((right foreground) sits in court lit Los Angeles. waiiin to stage name and Mee named ,r ment The state gaged in the repair of storm danv
nx: figure repairs to' ;
discharge certificate and trans enter his plea of "Not Guilt/," on narcotics charges.' Betide him sits his attorney. Jerry Gieslr. I hie yacht in her honor. i i this pier will depend the age. ;;
portation to their homes. upon .
y Rd who rates a dishonorable Anyone dis- Two girls arrested with Miichum. Actress Lila Leeds (left) and Dancer Vickie Evans enter the It was explained that bei i.type: of construction used to place j It is said today that some of the }
hR charge will be. sent to another I courtroom with their attorney. Grant Co Jar. { fore the pardon goes into ef- ::I it h"
center for discharge. .. _._ feet if must be approved by |:: The damage figures given in-' employes of the Navy! while ,
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Additional personnel to manthe the premier of Cuba and the ;elude only the structural damage!Other portions will be repaired: by :
has minister of justice. Both and do not' include incidental!the letting of contracts to civilian .
Separation Activity been
a requested from l higher authorityto Vishinsky Hints That Russia were reported to favor par ''damage to material located with-1 contracting firms
assist in the performance of doning Miss Schmidt. in the buildings. It is known that '' The Public Works Department
this duty until such time as 'ni-: Mee was killed during a a large: amount of damage will be ':.in the U. S. Naval Station and of
i ditional personnel is made available : quarrel aboard his yacht reported:: on machinery and equipment :;the U. S. Naval Air Station are
--- it will be necessary for the Possesses About while it was on its way to of all kinds. 1!':,preparing estimates for the repair -
(XP) Wi .!photos; Naval Station to do the best it can Knowledge the Havana harbor. i!! Damage to floating equipmentof work and notices announcing a
I with the very limited staff available the U. S. Naval Base is estimated -;the opening of .bids will be pub- 5
MARY J. BURNS (top). 26. 1( "'II"JI"III'Lt. at over 150000. This figure !lished from time to time. i 5i >.

daughter of a Rhode Island j : Production Of Atomic Bomb includes loss of three crash boats 1 j I The U. S. Coast Guard Station. '
and a sound training barge which|which is alongside the Key West i
legislator was found in a pond 1I Wester I Oscar Myers\ }
near Cumberland R. L. and I: Key j sunk with a large amour.: of elec- I Naval Station suffered damage

police jailed her former sweetheart t I STATES IT IS ILLUSION FOR UNITED STATES TO ; tronic equipment on board. It is'estimated.' at about $200,000. The ;
.. Chief Male\ Reports For Duty not known how much the sea water buildings suffered windblown -
; Francis. Keller (bottom I: I I THINK IT HAS SICCKLT: TO ITSELF; REFERSTO j has damaged: the equipment roofs aftdother losses, in-
) 22 unemployed knick- Mrs.
DescJianips aboard the barge. i eluding water damage to
a large
knack'peddler on a charge of "I On! Sub render i PRES. TRUMAN AND GOV. DEWEY: I t At Boca Chica Final estimates of all damageare material

murder. Officers said he ad- j", liT Th "..t vla*..4PAH Pre..." Dies In being worked up by the variot &
t : mjtltd drowning Miss Burns.becaus 1 I. ........ .. ya ryi1wML. IS.1 Oct. 1. -Andrei Vishinsky, deputy,foreign! commissar of J "Tahlpa Lieutenant: Oscar V/. Myers Us ;component of the NVval Base!J At first Naval Base officers es-

*- i2ireL yr9p iJij}s;;.'ptftviposal I..GREA.T UAKES.. Ill' fct-l: ..:., Ru* i*. 4edT'7sttbd;Ua" ia'..d4lre r.bcfarean 'United rfatiwm tn* .. y -- >* 5. -titMrs. -- '. a'tdYPoL4! #Pp\elabeJ\.2:: : JWUnt.t""iU; -. of marritg* | John Shafchuk. chief boatswain'smate Russia has the secret cf the atomic bomb- Carmen Descham .moth- for duty with Anti-Submarine Development :known for somE'time i 100000. Then they raised the estimate -
t I I USN, of 315 Williams! street, He told .the SB-member nations that it WN a mistake, even an er-of Mrs.Charles Pare:, 923 Sem- Squadron: ONE (VX-1)) i I I All of the above figures in-.I to $230,000, and now it is
I Key West, is. serving aboard the illusion, f.the; United. States: to think that ,it alone possesses the insiy: street, died infTampa. according at Boca Chica Fiild. ;][elude only the dot of materials reported to be above $685,000.
I HurricanesFiercer submarine 'tender'' USS Orion I Lieut. Myers. son of Mrs Cirl !j .
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the tif the atomic bomb. --
secrets verning production ; to a message received today -
I Francis of Santa Barbara. Calif,
which has J just been awarded the
In hit. speech he icf erred to both President Truman and Gov- by her nephew, John Gavil-: I and Mno. Myers. daughter of MT3. i I
Bittle Pennant and I II
ThanAtomic lool" for-Efficiency het general .excellence einor Dewey. Of the latter, Vishinsky asserted Dewey is proclaim- an. 1123 Simonton !street' I Luella Santof Long Beach wit't. NEW CHAPEL FOR NAVAL
I ins in harsh words that the United States must maintain its knowledge Mrs.: Perez was in Tampa at I Itheir two children. &vvon an1 i:
: the fiscal 1.
I throughout year July ,, I
the time of the death. Mrs. Dcs- 11
Bomb 1047. to July I, 1341. : ; about tho production of atomic energy and that Pro idcnt ''. Forrest, are residing: at the Gulf:
The awarl is a competitive one, Truman expressed gratification; : over the success that is attending :.champs was a former Key Waster- Stream Trailer Park. i' STATION NOW APPROVED
and rsidei here with her daughter I '
(''.Ttal wine nilamiTALLAHASSEE. based on overall battle efficiency.Each ; ,the production- of atomic bombs Both should know, he added, that Lieut. Myers attended: Billings
Oct. 1. More 1 up ta a year ago. Montana High School before enlisting .
of the the of the _
department ship is the secret of the atomic bomb is not wholly in possession Funeral services, ant burial will
powerful than the atomic bomb is : graded to determine the vessel' in the Navy in December, Will He lx.ot'uled I InItiiilfling ..1
? United States 4, bo held l in Tampa tomorrow aft I
1926. lie received his commission
the estimate: Rees Williams. Engineer final mark in the competition. I
: -of the State Division of Water ,i Ddeentss from fie Unite:1 ernoon. as Eru. ;n at Newport News, Vi., i Formerly Used: Captain Smith 11 11I
Survey and Research, places States, Great Britain and France, Metcalf InfantDaughter in June, 19-1%. I j
on the. violent West Indian and t Jewish New Year ecalle-i, after the conclusion of : Water Leaks IntoManager's I' He has served eight years of: I I.I.y Army Theater
Caribbean hurricanes that skirt 'Vi,>hIUky': address, that Foreign Dies overseas duty at Guam ani in'; Thanked For Aid( j
or.hit the Florfda pcninsul :every I Commissary Molotov. a yeir ago, !.! Alaska and the Hawaiian IsHn Is. ;: At Fort Taj lorA I t'
Monday, TuesdayAll [declared that Russia know how to < Office ,lie was aboard the U. S. S. Yorktown ;
fall.Williams points out that the manufacture the atomic bomb. Mittiqf Ann Metcalf, infant ( during the battle of Midwly' new Key West Naval Station In Hurricane t
bomb Bikini liftei only I I Delegate( McNaughtin of Canada da'ighter .>f 2tr and Mr\. James I and when it was sunk! on June 4. chapel will be located in a buili-
atomic at I tores in Kev We it whore I'I '
ten million tons of water in Test owners are of Jewish faith will j'line i with} .-".;e from the J. Metc.tf. died today. in fie U. S. City Hall wa; awash with wa- ,,1942 he was taken aboard -\ les- ing used by the Army at Fort Capt. O. A. Smith (MC>, USN. "
Baker, according to the official be closed Monday and other Western Powers in declaring Naval Hospital. ter today. :troyer after having spent four Taylor during the war as a thea medical officer in comman-i. at
Tuesday;, sent IT Texirw'm. Bv reason of damage to the hours ter, and is short distance
that they are posfitive th-t The body was in the water. a from,
pictorial record of Task Force l.j, and.will not open until Wednesday ,1 roof of the building during the I the U. S. Naval Hospital"his. re-
In contrast Ivan Ray TanD I Ia Russia 13 not: in a position: to pio- Arkansas hr :' Lopez Li i'ut. Myers has h*"**' :warded the Ship's Service building am! ""
Division Chief of the .U. S'I j' morning.stores duce the ato.riic bomb It was: recalled Funeral Home for funeral services hurricane of September 21. the the Commendation Ribbon, Purple the Submarine Barrracks in the ceived many words of* thanks !
Weather Bureau reveals the record -|I I| The will be closed while that an American. scientist and burial. heavy rains soaked through the Heart, Navy Good Conduct Medal Fort Taylor area. [i from persons who spent the hoursof '.
of a West Indian hurricanethat the owners are attendin" the I asserted a few days; ago that even Survivors: : Parents, :,tr. and structure and leaked down intu American Defense Scrvie This was the word carried today the recent hurricane as guests ':,
poured more thin two and "\ i Jewish New Year observance: granting that Russfia knows the Mrs. James J. Metcalf. (Continued On Page Eight) ![Medal, American Area Campaign in the Key West Outpost, official i of the hospital
I j i which with services in or as patients.
opens publication of the U. S. Na- !
Medal Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign
bomb, it has not -
half billion tons of water on Pu-i secret about the AIitIIIlAl11111171N111f8i117d1fA1U411111, '' ''{ '1111I1111RAlIIilIHllgil0lllillllfl111i111ii8UIIIIpI1igiIfA' / INIIfI11I111U81h: About 178 dependents were -
I j B'nai Zion synagogue; on Sunday : val Station. Word quartered
erto Pico in .1899.; the facilities fir its production.When Medal ani World War II hast\ been received i and fed during their
i evening. the.talks about the b"> nb Victory Medal. from Washington states;
evidence the
As recent backing To .
Tannehill record, Colonel A. G. I I I This is. printed for the benefit Chad I been concluded, several officials South Beach I Prior to reporting to his present that request earlier submitted: fora!. of staff numbe and rwaa their added families.members
Matthews: Chief Engineer of the I lof buyers who may want to t of the United Nations, in-1 I I squadron Lieut Mv"rs w-s: attached funds to make the Chapel has I Members of the staff _
Division, pointed to the eight make their purchases today or.I ,eluding the president i stated "not ,- -- to the Naval Air Technical -i been approved and plans are in I I movies were shown during report the
inches of rain that fell at Clewis- I, tomorrow.: ,. to sell the UN sh,:>rt." They added :; -- ., Training Center at Memphis, process of preparation. :worst of the blow, and at no time
the UN is here to and Tenn. Chaplain Otto E. Sporrer. Cath-
t that
ton during: a reported 24 hourperiod stay there
'i was /
any expression of fear.
i PATIO RESTAURANT olic Chaplain at the Naval Sta-
21-22 while that! they felt confi lent it wouli Hot
on Select Sites meals were served l.
I ; tion and senior )I I an!: a spe-
chaplain in the
succeed in bringing the East mi i r
1 the recent hurricane of that date Warren ,era! children's diet was available.SecJis .
raging over the town. That the West together i in an understanding j Stirrup, Key West area announced this !I! ;
!t was rain piled water 20 inches deepon To Burn Trees !j that will assure the I dlld !i week that the chapel, when completed I i
will be built \ Divorce
Clewiston streets. peace of the! world.Plastic : To Co To Miami along the i
j latest approved plans for
Navy t
hurricane Anybody who easily has been testify througha from The city today bcean moving L COCKTAIL LOUNGEWelcome I II "chapels and will seat about 250 j i A petition seeking a divorcewas
to the vio- trash caused by the recent hur' i Tenth District Legion Com- persons. ; filed<'yesterday in the officeof
personal experience ricane and burning it at the footI Nu-1'lo mander Vance C. Stirrup ani It is expected that the altar Circuit Court Clerk Ross C _
lence not only of the wind but I of Greene street and at the foot, ( You to Their Post Commander George A. i iWarrrn will be of the revolving type Sawyer by Aloysia de Bessieres
also to the weight and force'of the
r J lof Atlantic avenue. AUTO PAINTRoy' of Arthur Sawyer Post Catholic on one side and Protest- ,Meade against George P. Meade.BRADY'S .

rain. T j I Location(Continued of these On Page two Seven sites will) -: 121 Duval. Key St.West Auto Phone Parts 443DANCE ; No.Miami 28 to will attend leave a meeting tomorrow of the for i i 8nt(Continued on the other On Page- so Seven that the) I, ................. .... ............. ................", .... .

I -- I 7th 8th 9th and 10'h' District --- ------ I
at the Bayfront Auditorium. 1:30:
Fine Fishing PALACESUNSET p.m. Saturday.The. FOR SALEI FOR SALEM; _

meeting has been railed Good Used Cars -forCHOICE
Thompson Enterprises Inc. CARSON and by Department Commander PatRt't'M' I i POULTRY

1 Hardware Division-Phone 886 "Code SMILEY of the BURNETT Prairie" | OCTOBER 2' j plans for and the ts relative National to the Legion final TWINS GARAGE ,1214 WUU Street Pbon 540

NEWS and SERIALStowers ::1 Convention. Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer : A......___ _4_..
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American Legion IOfliCSTOCK 1 Serving;
CENTRAL PHARMACYPm i I ISLAND | Breakfast'a. in.\Until? I Ij O"e"i"f Saturday, Oct. 2 UPSON BOARD

IttHittr... Called Imt'mmA J. R. Co.Velocipedes Every I Luncheon-ll:39a.m.-3:00p.m.: i iI COLUMWARESTAURANT

Compare our prices on Prescription.. I NO CROWDING HERE[ { STRUCK LUMBER YARD
CALL -. -iJLEPHONE 754 Stilnrtlny Night50c Dinner-5:00-9:00 p.m. tJ
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f.raer \VfcN ni l l 'PHONE 276 PER PERSON 117 DUVAL STREET Our Business Is So Slow It's .

.. .:I PRIZESLegionnaires 1 IN OUR BLUE ROOM and Ceased Has To Become Be An Occupation A Pursuit .>: -1-

HYDRAUUC FOR SALE FOR SALE Music by = JTp Cater to private Parties, llaiHfnets, SERVICE STATIONFrancis I BARGE LINE. loC; -

SPECIALIST. BrakesLou I '47 FORD Clean 2.DOR THE THREE SHARPSFrom 1 )Weddings; Clubs, Etc. at Division Phone 9131ti.ar CLYDE.MALLORY. TELEPHONE DOCKS 8 ,
Very Oil. DealrrGrease.
Whit. .at Smith naming Auto Service Pboa IOt I NAVARRO.Inc.Opposite 9:00 Till ,] :o() I CALL 870 FOR RESERVATIONS LET US: Change. Your Spray Oil or ,; DRINKS SUPERBO! Next Barge Leaves -iJ

'iw>sltr Army Bam-ck Bus Station B7S SERVICE EVERY HOUR IE- E- I Miami Mon., OC't.mJS.
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.i ...a : DaU7 Sxeept Suiter.. by ,.z. Po'w OF THE PRESSJf Jcey1riDays trnmfu ). I
L r. dtTI1LPl. Owae.>r atta labLMk tautlaAlr The-Citizen published! story yesterday '
..; Do sistsrMirs_...._ M.aset
., fzvm Tte CttlMiB Banding !
Ji Ii.a Cones Greene and Ana Street Gprie
,. + ; ; :: ihly pats 1C."P&Uonro County ta Key, west led some state agencies do not show the proper ; *, *'*sa>*- i

spirit in their dealings with the public. He AS TAKEN FROM
:: Btere4 At K'7 West Florid. *. second clan matter 4 Q OF THE CITIZEN OF'
mentioned specifically the State' Welfare
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r Tbs llCe1ateC Prep U exclusively entitled to Board. He said that some employes of
fie. JCT 1'QIr"IICd .t J1 new 4b1pauh. credited y DI {
-.0" or credited: la Ala p&p r.. and that board, "in interviewing prospective 7tJ.
loll sews Harry M. Baker, city
.nr % the' pabttehed Here. t ,
'ecipients for aid: propound questions as inspector, sail thai the

:.: T.ar al111acRJPnOl'. !:. tli.ee if the persons being interviewed! were sus- I building permit :. :
:. :e:3rentL T UO -w' month amouzrted to $13, .
., crime.1: 'Str: Ll a .
pects of
.. t* kloatka ', 4 L40A some ; ?. I -' ;
U.a Mont .. .. i. t.0 ,
Some public officials. wellas I J.
..'e t7. ssr as P. Tpnettitoday wa l

r:> AOTZBTISIHO!' RATES appointed; and serving city, county srr 'ed manager La C

e; Jh4e 1OW1t. oa Applkatkta state and nation act though,in dealing Miss Elizabeth :
,.. as sistant manager. :;
:0 iPKCIAL NOTICE' with the public, they were allied to the I r
: AH fi.ffhij- .0U..., c r }; ,:* .tpeet. ebitMsy aottr ..,poeme. etc, will be.' lords of creation. In their;own estimation, Attorney William. V:
saved foe at me rat of H'cent a lint.Notleee who had been IB J t !
entertainment by caurcnee (rota which they are high muckamucks. They forget
.. :e..a.. 1* to fe* derived are 6 ceat m. line. i + i f appear before the
..,.;, 1e Cltl.. U an opa forum and InvtUe dl., that they were elected by the public or there in behalf of..M ; !: :
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MMlra of yehU. ** wad bj ctof local or Tne
f.s.rel t---10.. bit rtlwii} !! pot p.bliak aDQ.7mou. appointed to serve the public. Too many returned today.
..sataIWostWaak 2 1 the Land Title and {
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:: -. of them show! a tendency forget that as t r 1 Ld .a. pany $13,632-20 and it Commis'i:: :

.. Fuller Warren pointed out, "The public is ordered that it be pajd !

the 'bo ," He added that they should be C r4 yearly installments-'
Judge Louis Strum of t. i :
= .MEMBER I TIB 1948 made conscious of that fact. court granted a petition, f i ;
that the :
However, matters in that regard are Attorney Album
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extended to three ears.
not) so bad in city, county and ,state governments I i

in federal agencies. The ;
.I .. as -- City License= Inspector
.. real "lords of creation" are the federal Carbonell said today that !
become due today 'and j
: bureaucrats. Few of them
IMPROVEMENTS FOR SET WEST government paid:: by November 1 to

; ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN show any indication of awareness that the imposition of,,a penalty. f '
public pays their 4.t
= The Key West Camp = '
1. More Hotels end Apartments. But to return to Fuller Warren's for' Boys will be opened .

:. 7. Beach and Bathing Pavilion.* charges against some of the state agenciesthat # vember 1, according .to L]
8. ,Airport*-Ind and Sea. dealings with the ,f tion>, received today by I .
come into direct !
; .. : <., Consolidation of County and Singleton of the
City Gov rnments. public. Early in the life of the State Welfare _"_"= ;_ : Commerce from t a- i t

:: 6. Community Auditorium.M I Board we heard prospective clientsin :;_ : : _' 'T .

______ Members of the r :
Key West assert ,that the questioningthey ,
board: Club, joined by ,
.. were subjected to by case workers board enthusiasts won ;I

made them feel like they were being put night on Duval street 1,1

; MONOGRAPH\ through the "third degree." What was I be held tomorrow -i l
r ginning at 3 o'clock. t
To Radio Listeners: true in Key West 'at that time was true -a .. ( :tI. t\L\

"'- When electricity is put out of commission also elsewhere in Florida. Conditions are ---,_..-.:.._,--_. :.-- -_. ---. -- I Key West Aqueduct I
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s by a hurricane or some other not as bad now as they used to be, but l r I....................................... .....:........... .... .... ... :..."... ........... .... ... .... ............ .....-.. [
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the News Your .
;- cause, our radios are worthless, as hap- they have not reached that stage depictedby Engineering Horoscope 'I '

=:= pened in the recent hurricane and the Fuller Warren, in speaking of the agen- i iE ,, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948- ;}: For HOME REPAIR LOANS:, .

_, z., '..""_7. "' .___ <=, -" .. ,_ ., .... n' i I i Today's indications point to a
explosions! at the electric plant. cies-"to impress the public with. their'loyalty / I ISEE r
highly sensuous temperament; !
;; THE ORACLE enthusiasm friendliness, courtesyand I though in some aspects it may be 1 s

-.a informed intelligence." !(so toned that it is only exceed- 1a

I I ,,.. ingly keen sensitive.and this The, in sympathiesare females t THE FLORIDA NATIONAL: BANK| ;;1' ,

::. MANY PEOPLE, LIITLE LAND Life would be much easier if we often induces melancholy. Thereis : ATKEY WEST :1/ Tliir

QI r would just take it easier. a probability of early be- 4 p

I The leading scientists of the nation reavement or loss of inheritance Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation < s
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f; warn Us that man while "bouncing radar More than 10,000 marine specimensare ,I not the lab work helps the future t Your Friendly Community Bant1EWINSKTS

is living together in the two tanks of 1I happen. ..... ... 1
.; .beams off the moon, overlooking some -T -
w : I|I Watering that future through
Marine Studios at Marineland Florida. I PIIWe
:: scientific facts that may reduce the world : the eyes of his own staff and (VP) :MEN'S SHOP- .: Wt
I I I I technical men all over the world
:. :to condition of sterility and change
a PRICELESS BIBLE I Carlson expects: plenty of new
a 'things The photo editor of the Tf
"freedom from want from a hopeto a pipe- I
e ti I ruUnr may have his picture comet
= dream.?' ._ "; The world renowned GutenbergBible I I <> him on a sheet rolled out of a

: "Y ,What are the facts that the scientists which usually reposes' iri"theNew machine at his elbow with no .., I
in mind? Dr. Fairfield Osborne\ I nerd for darkroom processing. ;" )
r "have
York Public Library, was recently remov- :Another machine may produce a j

:- points out that the population of the earth ed for a special occasion and. the book was -_ .'__ cut in a matter of r.l nutes. More

'A -.has' increased within the last three centuries insured for $300,000. and more he will work with color.
Perhaps radio telephones in w-
from about- 400. OOooo to' more than The Bible, printed in Latin on heavyrag ,v cars will transmit both news and

r: *2,000,000,000 people. At the present rate paper and decorated by hand with red pictures. At the moment this is tq7'1 i r

: :o( increase, the earth's population will hampered: by wave: length trou- t '
and blue initials was purchased in 1847 FOR CLEARER PICTURES-Harold Carlson head of The APi I ARROW i + 1/ 4I
bles. But whatever the new :
= :double within seventy years and it is pos- by Majes Lenox, one of the founders of engineering laboratory, checks the wor s in a new amplifierr things in whatever news field, it

sible that:by the end of the century there the Libarry and one of the nation's earliest rni: distortion eliminator'built in the lab for use on Wirephoto is Carlson's j job to be on the top x 1
: will circuits. It boosts picture quality. of the DART! j
be 3,000,000,000 people on the globe. book collectors. He paid what was then !

: : : In the meantime, according to the considered an unprecedented< price, the By SHERRY BOWEN .' I ........................
: scientists there has been % .r
a dangerous sum of $2,600. AP Newsteatuies Writer

= d&indling of natural resources. Man has Experts say that the Bible was one of NEW YORK-"If we,had been smart maybe we would have, r; -BICYCLESRepaired 1 1E t 0 FBISJ

.: ,failed: to pay proper attention to the con- the first books printed in Europe after the known it couldn't be done." j I ,t ,
Harold Carlson about of the and RentedAlso
was talking development first;
:: servation of the earth's fertility. It is esti-
: invention of the printing press.; It is be- practical portable Wirephoto transmitter. He heads The Associated : '
-:. mated that two and one-half acres of land in Stock-NEW:
lieved to have been the work of Johannes Press engineering laboratory one of the few devoted

dare necessary to provide a minimum ade Gutenberg sometime between 1450 and exclusively to news work.In BICYCLES TRICYCLES-

; quate diet for each person The cultivable 1455. 1936. the laboratory's photo transmitter was "transportable" ', WAGONS SCOOTERS E 1
rather than portable. Since then better models have dp- t
lands are now estimated at only approximately It is hard to realize in this modern and SKATES .
:.; neared every few months. And the lab has become known as ; ,
4,000OOG,000 acres. This is less era of freedom that for many centuriesthe I me place where things that*r Overseas Cycle Store .i j.
:. than 'required, on the average and the Bible was a closely guarded book unavailable I couldn't be 'done are done as I gmeenng, staffs to learn what tfce': 'I

-.. "land reserve for each person is constantly. to the common man. Most of the [ routine.Carlson and his men find today future holds. And: more often, than 920...Division.......S'Phon........e....1380.e e .'.;' ''I
: diminishing as population increases. s- r1
early Bibles were printed in Latin and for that pictures are the core of their --- 1 1'I
Pointing out that some: countries have hundreds of years the common people had II work. But they still keep their ." = : ,.- ..', :-_:-:': :--' -- -- 'a; atiN$

:' less than acre of productive land eyes on the teletypes those mar- There's N
per cap- no opportunity to read the great Book. ;
I velous typewriters that work by
ita the scientists that there is Overseas I Mi.
say no wonder I wire and radio. Radio news transmission Transportation (
:. that we witness worldwide shortages raises its of i.
Facts are very often stubborn things I awry nest ARROW, ;
of food and that hundreds of millions of and well concealed. I problems. And the lab staff has L I
no fear it can ever work itself out IIIC. r
people at times I Company t, r
are either undernourished of a job. .. ..

:? '; or actually on the brink of starvation. i Just for when color DALE!
why not make up your mind to do example, Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service
=. Continuing, the scinetists point out something every day to improve yourself pictures for newspapers become I
;-: ''that regardless of the extra blades of ', more widely used, the laboratoryhas I -between-
grass It will dividends.
pay a process on ice 'by which I
:: that scientists succeed in raising where they can be sent over the wires. 1 MIAMI\ and KEY WESTAlso h #

only one grew before, the earth is just not WAS THE CODE BROKEN? Wider use of color awaits the solution I Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS \ ..

-:. big enough to support its human population and cheaper of such problems newsprint as paper better, Between Miami and Key West I ,: ,,(.

:. at its present rate of increase. Admiral 'V. H. Standley: retired, who new presses and other-things on : .J' erC .
=: Professor Stanley A. Cain that served which the regular commercial Schedule I, biiu
says as Ambassador to Russia in 1942 firms Express :
much of man's basic needs for food clothing and 1943, says that President Roosevelt are working. (No Stops En Route)
And that shows the I "' .
and shelter place Carl LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT favorites !
"are They're ,
= directly everywhere i
or ultimately .J
used the Navy's secret code3lo send him son's staff has carved for itself SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. i Lit
of plant origin." The natural resources some messages because the security of the between the newspapers and the rives at Miami .at 12:00 o'clock Mid. And why? Because: t,: kJ.W
:: available "are not quantitatively adequate manufacturers. When news men night. They havo collars that Mt perfectly on u man's neck. And v: ::
State .
Department codes could not be find bugs in their
processing of because wiNo/ starch
to permit a continuing I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT stay perfect they never ever. : :
consumption at A'
: trusted. ( ) pictures for
instance, the lab '
SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid. Luxurious fabrics, handsomely tailored into form-foffowing ,
Present world rates" and therefore, men The Admiral says that it was "com staff South is ready with help. When a night and arrives at Key West at fit. .: -,'.. ..

must!!! recognize the necessity for conserva- mon knowledge" in the diplomatic service by American'hbwspapei'needsnews radio the lab may'build 6:00 o'clock A.M. Sanforized-shrinkage less than 1%.

tion of natural resources rand limitation of needed machines Local Sthedule: Buttons that anchored
that leaks,had occurred. He was not in its own plant. are in place.
-:., population or "continue along the path sure whether the code had been broken One such machine turns itself on (Stops At AU Intermediate Points) We have both. You'll want be* .1
toward self-destruction. or automatically at a certain hour LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT
whether, through carelessness or disloyal and turns off whn the news has SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA. ARROW DART $3.6$ ARROW DALE. $4.50
-. ty messages through the State Depart- been sent After it was ,installed I M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 I

*- The ,in.come.of. many people is higher ment had been revealed by it worked for a year without at- o'clock P. M. .
enemy sources. tention other than that of trans I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

Xtluu:1: ever before;.. This invites careful persons We imagine the statement of the Admiral lator who tore off the copy. I SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and ... I
J t to save something for the day when will lead to renewed effort to dis- But the laboratory also) works arrives at Key West at $;00 o'clock .. .For the Jr n
: incomes' drop. with the manufacturers. It had a P.M. '
cover whether the State
Department code virtually s
v automatic
,.. engraving
was broken or not. If not, then the secrets machine set up when a camera SHOP .
Pity the'poor children whose father leaked through carelessness firm set up a model of its own. "
-.2 V is only i interested in the outcome 'of the or disloyaltyand Ideas were pooled. The firm now FULL CARGO INSURANCE 526 DUYAL ra
big in either the I Phone 146
\league ganes and whose people of this has 30 pilot models working and MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton & Fraud Sta. STREET w
mothers' only country will be interested in finding out will be in' mass production in a PHONES: 92 AND 93 )1 ; t.
a -Merest is in a grand slam. ? the facts. few months. The lab keeps ) .----- loa AOW stOMS SHIRTS ___uu :

r 1* -,., ."..1'.01< __._...........,."' ..._. .-.. dose touch with commercial en-in --.. ',. ..., -. IJ. tLtIlr art
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., ..I.A.ChrArE TYPI Parmcnt for clast+ified .4nrtJ.
11- .... '\. .'rtb ... $ f midget *amooff gant% Carnegie _nia h\.arf&bJy MeArasrr, but
"'f; .. 4 4rt' f A,fTT isetttePra VII"Pr "tIJ heed rrraiar aitr rtfcer... with l..dlrer u..
-ititate of TechncI g V view 1- I wrn be, inserted tn Tht Citir.n AtI .counts mav hav., ikeir, adcertta.wwnts .-,
500-ton tb- rat* of Ie a word for earl tits cbarxed -
svnehro-evriotroii will i irtloh.. t at the minimum <-ttar f.rHi 1 PI'BIJCATIOTnia -* lsgtnuvri
park a: punch couallino that of I '"' first. 19. w..rd* or I..sa la iOc .>ir. ub1f..Uoat mot
cyclotrons weighing twic; 'csmuch i TTA.. tt. for Marfcforv Ija l. 3r a be l. The CtrtMu office before IIrlork
H t rd. aid the mtnlmctn cftantr- r ,. : in fh* mom m* of 1,1'0.-day
tb? rtrrt II war da u 4ac. iii publication. ', '

The new atom smasher' nov j" \.; ,- Sr'- --. -.
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under construction will be in'operatiua ''
All adv.rtl.ln la acvrptcd aniler tae! f"It..wibt hadtthtjr:
by 1950i exports :+t Carnegie ..... tat
event of error. in &cYtrrUdDIr; >transient contra t.. The etUzea w'i* b,
Tech predict The instrument reapoon.. .. I.. eaiv tar the fuse IM.eril." .tll t'lai.3fiwd ".........biat. aid a I
will prOc:'. : .* 400 million II. the dteHbisr f."! iy .btr wstaat. &i.too.tt ..f chase. ecusiea by UI'i
part of advvrttsrtatac a'trm t4 'NTf'r, trs. .
volt perticte-j, II ._.. ..' :_, ." '... _ ..:.. _! ...:. -= _,
- -'- w i- -:as t S It
f The :irict' 'a eri malnIb' f ll

of the cyclotron re-tuli fr6Vn improved f _FO:! PENTAPA8TME2i'1'St ,\ ; .FOR 'SALE': ( ,' ;
overall magnet and pole I I

tip _de& gJ1.. Jt will be .used:: ta} FurDleh4 d 2 1-2-roorr apa'troenv. ,3-tedroom funusncd ilac Arthur.

produce memnctha' tiny my s- t Utilities furnished Children homer ':Pnc S12OCo. easy

tcrious particles found. 'in ecsrc I under 1 year accepted Apply to-tier ti hnsoD &, Johnson
: ?
915 \Vmcfecr Lone
y rays I II J i oct-ti I Phorr 32. = octl-tf

Sciejjtis'j: are a.tt mptin'to ; I --

SP. 3.Z fearn more about these raj:M believed ; furnishe apatrlibeat, a rooms end Scooter. CSieap. 'Iwjujre 622

t to be the lif -9rce of the i 9t><* hath Maid an* janitor tmted, !trce., .,t25-&tx.

..... --.-. uni>ereei. ; services.linens and utilties* i _- -
t furnished. Summer rates. Coral
White enamel. $2.7& .
'( ) Wi r Ad.'Q j Hotel Post ; outside
Apartments opposite
t Czech Assails Off.ce. white paint, $2.75 aad $3.75 per
/ octl-Sts
: .
THE EXECUTIONER lettl level hi* pistol 'to tboet Wgnij gal up._ 5fl-ft W' garden

:bits Cheh In.:the back cl'the* head.'in carrying oiit u deathse&tenc hose 93.95 Dor.erty .& Co. 84 5I

Imposed for black: market' -operations to SAaaghal.Chlaa. [ Red,: Films I Furnished;. apartment Summer ,rates.2 or Ap-3mcnth J OLvj-.vPhone 1597. -

Th. doomed mm w.. general" 1...aa ;.' of tbo Ling sept30-3l
ply 703 South St. Phone 226 |
Jiltngft1pa 'f. H. is. th. turt civilian in China to_ par with I PRAGUE-- -..- ,Freedom of* '

his' Lit for'dealing"la fcr ig_ "currency. H. was sentenced by i sec}) muted but rot dead f'n : octl-3tx R Gray, rcarme en.gines:and nce..
: ,C. H,
t5 Shartgha Special TribtitsaL. [r C/echeslovskia said* 'newspaper'rP : j Smith opposite.Firestone
f -{ der4 can still write letters'toj Furnished two-bedrdoin 'apart- '! :Station laratfcon. octllmoandstand

------' -' rr.ent209 Ann Street
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the editor ppposite' '
WRfiiBtuanwWhat's !I I for American expressing movies a pn.erDCe over-[ : City HalL octl-3tec &.b c i>: e, .Sa.L<0: ,bassirett

the Ru:.aaa variety $5.00. 1209 Grinnellr
Doing N.C.CS. FOR RENT-APABTMEHTS' 1 1t T r Street. Phone 1361-.1. octl-Itx:
J i The newspaper "Ml:da, Fronta AND ROOMS '. i it ;i '
at ttitARMED '\ !.
; ; a strong'Communist support t -
1021 Dnval Street I Mahogany dining room suite,
1 'er, has been campaignrrrr; against
SER'ICES'Y.M.C.A. i t The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming table, 6 chairs, china closet
bad mov les, bad rnusic savl bad
j. DEFENSE FORCES 'I I Street has Phone 1025JrL octl 2tx
I stage hews It cited the movfc an efficiency apt. -
-rlaehson Square. Whitehead I 1 PROGR1M 1 and several sleeping. rooms vacant -
_. ,I "Ii'tr Stall'on. n westein as tn
aDd Low weekly monthlyrates. FOR SALE-BOATS
Southard Streets example of the worst ,f or
.. I j I tUUUJlJJUlmWIJ"IIII'WIIIIIUlUlIUWlUUnIUIIIIttIl" type + I *". octl-vf
VamxHW*+rtti+ltIIltmurlDlllllUlll I I American movie which should I ,
.1 2 ,
new unused : mat-
MONDAY '., Hit be shown "i Czechoslovakia. jincrsprmg
f MONDAY: J ,.1:00 P.11L-3:00P.11L I "Mlada Fronia I FOR RENT-COTTAGES !1 I tresses for single bed?. $? .OO
> Writing published tie
9 00 PAL
: Juke Box Dance each. Thor Automagic washer
9 45 I Room Ping Pong; following unsigned letter of rear I III 1 .
.ltl-'Truth dish
or Con- plus washer unit used
Pool Tables, Showers Ll'n; II Furnished cottage. Hot water :
sequence.5Show Quiz,, Infants Na four months perfect condition,
accepted pe'.J. Apply -
.* Sewing Ma- "You are an ox' to start ugh .
$185.00: 25-2 Poi, '-' Phone
I t chines upstairs, rear 1012 VareiaStreet : ar.a.
ttU P2-DanCmS continued a campa gn. Do vou bclieveyou I IrepFIs.nt I 1565-R.-
f ::30-P.8L-3:30 PM. ,. S2pt294txjFum ; :;;pt234txN..u's
TODAY: ; Span' h- the will cf the peep15Go '

> 7:30 P,M.-Shuffleboard Ses-: 7'" Beginner Classes and have a look af the box bicycle good balloon
; I'I ,
Senoi its ?
Beruldes shed three-room
siorw o o/fce of a cinema where anAterwsn
J on the patio R good paint, $16.5.0, 1900 Staples
( I mond InstructorTUESDAY picture is tijins an-1 Adults. no pets. Phone 222-M. .
I supervised), *. I Ave .. ,t29-3t
> 9:00 PAI.-Little Theater t' one where a Fu-:wn bot 'h--Nf\rk I I 625 Angela. sep30-3tx :
I j 1000 AM_
-Bawling for Navy
S Group TCeeoatsal: is running There you win s-* FOR SALE-USE" CARS
1' (Service personnel I,r Wives. at U. S. Sub I life will of the people._ If your I t FOR RENT BOOMS -
", welcome to I. Base Bowling Alley campaign results in the wilt j
attend I' "200PM,=Navy Wives 1940 Tudor Ford Sfidan. good con-
nn.i Swmvming. d!- .wal of American snj'we I 713 Simon-
turea Furnished bedroom
take P31), : pit dition, 'nd rust. Can finance
U. '
, WEDNESDAY! j'l. --- Base Pool. are forced to cc thos;'Russian ton Street sept30-2tx S635. 18.1 Ponciana. Phon='
1 00 PAL-Hospital Fish Trip v 7:30 patch-up. then after the [ ix
P.M.-.1I. s. Nasal f J554.W.w -
"* Hospital .
1: YMCA-NCCS war Til beat Yell so that vou will FOR REN'NGALOW -
Party, I
Cross. I ',' jointly with not fciget it until tour death." .:J 1943 Plyrikjath. excellenf.ciiidiy
American Red Cross .
"30 IUL-Shuffebaard: Seseiona ,_ (2nd Tuesday). A survey cf titles p'ayin at Two bedroom bungalowcreened,, tlion. Best offer over $150000
: I I
11 on the patio r' I:OflgPAI.U S. Naval Hospital i 17 (first clan :r"ove theaters in porch all electric kitchen, two ._OO? :x tension. 413., Liept.S
_. .
s- ( ; fr' J beatitifallv -
supervised -
) ; August car garage; Sftitkt
I week
QO.P.1.I.-"Ye 1 i ; Entertainers to the! agU2 during a in ; 'landI', n- Dell-2b_
Ole Country No $ I '
Wards showed this breakdown of m )- scaped. pets per i s -.
.' Party ftatunng ), > (3rd Tuesday .'. vies by countries of origin: Unit month to Dec. 1st, then on seasonal Plytwuth t sedan. Newvtnotor.

c'. Square D e.n sing, : WEDNESDAY ed States 10, Russia 3. France 2, to May 1st Paul's Tire; Completely overhaul /|read:}

Virginia Reels and '. 1:00 P.M.-11:00 P.M.--Billiards.. Czechoslovakia 2. Shop octl-tf I for long trip. $865. Jones 419
Irish Reels, etc.
William. octI.2tx.

3:00. .11.-5:00 P.M._ Classes !l' Room Sewing Ma- SIXEEZEKREKSRII5:
r chines. 1941 Pontiac convertible Call
in basic photo GOOSF. CREEK T.'xc.. n. Furnished: six.room house reasonable J
112 30 ,
P 249-W.
: M octl-3tx
-Hospital Pat i
graphy I Alexander. knovn as the worldstallest I rent. 1214 Packer S1.i i ,:_
I I -
9:3tt PAL Dance, John Pelt,} mint mayor wren he was cluof i Apply in rear. sept27-Six
| program N.C.C.S.- ( FOR SALE-HOUSES
cha-d and his Or- t. executive of Ba>town. Tex. be I
Y.: LC.A. and Her:
cbeutra. Vocalu by I ing '6 feet 9 inches recently Three-room house completely |
/ I J Cross. Waterfront home, landscaped. lot
: the members of! 1:00 P.M. sneezed so hard he broke a rib., !j furnished. Working or settled i .
the Theatre Group.J.; -Navv Wives' Phy6icI References [ x 100. furnished, two bedrooms -
FRIDAY II|I I al Fitness Class. permanent two baths. electric
: :
1 629 United Street
-Navy Wives Club. kitchen. Bargain for quick
8;CO PAL-Variety Nits [ i octl 2tx
., Bridge. Pinochle.j[}f 6:30 P.M.-Boxing Class. I srwus mn' TO' FRIMJN; i II I sale Terms. Owner. 2313 Pat-

Movies. { 900 PAL Dance, Three Sharps) i' te !'on_ Avenue, opposite Yacht
Orchestra Club.
I i
2,60 PAI.-Town Tour" THURSDAY oct2-sat-tues-thurs-tf
.1 I Z'QO PAI.-Seaplane Base Pool I
photo fe ni c Kej'lWest Furnished newly constructed

(sign ui advance # 1:00 P.M.-5:00 Navy'P.M.WIVPS. b Electric kitchen hot I If Ifapartnent HELP WANTED-MALE
at the club.)I 1 I
Children welcomed $65
I Imonthly.
730 PM,-8.30 PM.-Voice re- Machine. ,Tjpewrit j g, water Also a furnished 4- Kitchen hey interested in learning -
cordings. er. Writing Room, I J= to become a cook. The
room cottage S45. Children I
8:15 PAI.-Movies, announced Showers. welcomed. Apply < 09 Elizabeth Hurley Overseas Coffee
at the club FRIDAY i Shoppe, 917 Fleming Strcat
0:15 PAI. 2:00 PM.-Softball for Navy Street
-Second show I 5ept29-3t
j Wives at Eajview

SUNDAY: same feature. Park. r FOR RENT OR LEASE j 1 Young rnair to work in plant. Apply -

'.9U AAI Java Club. 2 00 P.M.-Prenatal CIas. II >y- : ." Office. 101 *>mon>" Ct ,
Two stores, suitable for office
1;00 AAI,-"Go To Church I partmcnt of Health other kind of t,[ Key West Coca-Cola Bottling
Instructor space, or any
Parties. t. Co. octl- .
900 AAI. 500 PM business Apply Perez Bros.
2-00 PAI. Classic ;
Hour, ant t
Bakery 1025 White Streetoctltf
pounced at th c:> Typewrit'j' HELP WANTED-FEMALE
: Club. '! er. W I

9:BO PM. Showers Baby sitter, colored girl
Store 23 x 48, good location. corner -i
700PM. 1100PM.
\ Hour"'I''I'j Dancing
Chaolaln I building White and Divi-t[ or elderly woman Key West
i with Beatrice Moreno | Games Bedding Co., between 12 and fit
1 SATURDAY =< r-n streets. Apply Wagenseil t '
at tha
piano.o odl3tHELP
j'060 P.M.-Coffee Hour. I 2;00 PM.-3oxmg Tramine 923 White Street. |

,1: 1:00 PAL-:00 P.M.-Dressing I sept27-29;octl-4-6-8x i WAKTED-M.u.E

;IAME ROOM-Chinese Check- r Rooms. Snow en>, 'i OR FEMALE
Chess Carets Ping Pong} '
P'fl.| Writing Desks. Library i' 10:00 AAI.-' Communion Bn.ak"1! Si AND APARTMENTS Wanted Substitute teachers,

Ci rrcnt Magazines Various Ta: fast. Whitehat I) ; Grades 1 thru <6.< Poinciana Elementary -

bl-t Game etc. I I I U S. Naval Base I Ii Cottages and apartments directly J School Phone 1175

DESK-Ten- i i i (2nd Sunday). on ocean. Private beach. Ap-\I or call at prmcipel'i office.sept29oct123i.
INFORMATION Clubs Fishing'es. 1:00 PAI.-Picnic at Swimming ply South Beach Motel. .

Li, Cameras. Checking Serv- Pool Wiener Roast Wtrcphoto : oetl.tf i

Film Service. Mailing and (sign up in advance). Wanted ,
RALPH E. COOK (above 19: -Qualified 4th Grad:

W apping Packages. Receiving i I I of Portland. Maine has been FOR RENT-COTTAGES. I teacher for Potnciana Elementary -

M ssages. Stamps, Railway F<-1 1Servce i.{ Information and housing serv I I sentenced to serve two iz TRAILERS AND ROOMS School Phone 1175 or
ices, city years
presa maps. I
I can at .
principal's alfice.sept29ocU23t
SHOWERS I I Religious literature, library! federal prison for refusing to I i furnished cottage or
Completely -
LEPHONE BOOTHS : telephones. stamps, \\'r3Dping and I II register for the draft. He was '! f
trailer or comfortable sleeping
mailing packages, railway I a pic-divimtv student at Earl.
rooms at summer rates. Young'sTourist !I
Director I press, '? ervice, laundry pick-up- ;, ham College in Richmond. I! Rest 1721 Flagler

GERALD PINDER, } available to all defense forces Ind. and thus would have been '! irons and
2-J. octl-2tx vacuums
I Phone ll ;
Proeram DiroctoiLILLIAN I and their families exempt frcm military service. : fans repaired. O'BrianPhone
T i octl-tt
Secretary I Executive Secretary. WANTED STORAGE )i.

(I lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture
Desk Aida Secretary | Home for working parents and ,
I i or commercial. Phone 7 98.
| care of children with settled od\.tf Wanted to Buy
More than 3 million acrt; of! ;
G !
, \SOLUSE LN 1LDITOR | \\oman or coupl Write Box
I land in East Africa li being i llC.. c/o Citizen. | '
:ENTRALIA, in, I II | GARDEN AND LAWN I' Land with ocean or Gulf
-Picking up '
cleared by the British for peanut sept23 3tx' SUPPLIES
a an. Paul Thorman. 22. poured I1 j cultivation ta produce vegetable I II I I frontage with e? without

ii content into the radiator r f: oils house. Between Key
> I I f WANTED TO RENT j Helpful suggestions that will aid:

a t automobile thinking it waster p I j you recondition jour lawn and; West and Miami.

w in the can. I putting out the flames by rolling i J Naval officer wife two chiWienj' garden* Garden and lawn!

rise liquid was gasoline and 11 him in a ditch. desire apartment or house for 'I rakes hedge clippers, band i N. LYNKER

resulting.blast ignited the cThormari ar j I Shotgun ihel's in the car for a I one month. commencing Octbey opruners, hoes, rakes etc. Key

"it s clothing He ran I hunting trip exploded so f re- 15. Write 100 B, Somes West Garden and Lawn Supply I 900 West State St.

tlllily down the highway until quently that effort to put out' Blv'd, Signal Moutain. Ten I Co, 914 Fleming St. TeL Jacksonville. Florida

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WAS an hour or twolater

School' Chorus Directed By : IT McCabe Sheriff.rode Loomis into and town Deputy Jed IT[ WAS evening. Gay and George'shoulder.Sheriff Loomis shrugged hi.
Miss Marjorie Cobnrn Will Sing 1 reached had passed-the He doorway cupped when his hands they the table.Just Gay seated having themselves returned at you're"Y'undestand.actu'lly forcm Akers.me t"t JI I t j r

e, ,'_ around his mouth and yelled. from town but minutes before. you in, don'tcha he asked. :
Cathy moved about in her usual i "Sheriff," Gay said suddenly
In Concert With Band Tonight I I "Sheriff "' quiet and efficient way. She I all eyes turned to Dens. aq. .
"S'matter. Jed?" Loomis asked. served Gay. placed George's plate "Ma'am?" -
The Key West High School ;I: Allane,Specr Shirley Spencer "Will you come inside a minute IB front of him .brought her own -- quietlmoney was ;1DIne." she' s
e Chorus, under the ,.urc.cti.an.of j i: Gad Wallace. ,Anne Write Ann \ please?" plate to the table and sat down laid
.Miss, M riorie..coburn will share ]t|I Yates. June Yates Joyce Graham j jI "Want me. too?" McCabe asked facing fork glanced them. She at her picked sister.up her *Loomis hand. coughed liglttlyai beIth4 ,
: spotlight with the high school 4: Pamela Russell Catherine Smith. f Sheriff answered <
1,the ,I I, M'U'-"Yeah.' ___the_, ._ .L'_ "Gav.." she said. "what made "Uh-huiV he said. "I know
bond in..the concert tonight at 8 i ALTOS I{ ivieDDe you u better: sit >u uu uitatoj. you go"off to town so suddenly?" d'pocited the money for j
o'clock in the high school auditor-, I I j Gay Lou Barroso, Bonnie Ben- !} Pat. "O-h." she answered "I had Ma'm. And if as you say. i>wq
ium. ;net, Patricia Bond, Betty Conint, | McCabe dismounted he fol something to attend to in town." your money.. why'n thunder
Members of this chorus are \ Francis Meggs, Shirley Pent. Inez lowed Loomis and Oliver into the There was a sudden clatter of n't he say so 'stead o' actia' I'
SOPRANOS 1 Skerrano Elsie Thompson Nancy j bank Jed went at once to the ledger hoofs and the three of them lookedup danged mysterious about it?- t s I
Carmen Avila Isabel Avili i Watkins. opened it. as one. George put down his Because he didn't knew an*.'
asked. thing febout it." s .
: II "See that? he knife and fork. f\: i
Lorraine Bonnet U-Hehene Barry TENORS "Sure." Loomis said. "What's it "I'd better see who it is," 'he Loomis' eyebrows arched.I '.:( ,
Joan Bills Jacqueline Blankenship Jchn Dillon, Harvey Johnson, supposed t' bet" said and she went to the kitchen offered to lead It 4 y i
Janet B- Barbara Eugene Donald Kerr Two tall George she on
o'v.n. J Kerchoffer. he said. door. She opened it. fig- went psi
Buckley Zola Camus. LaverneCarfero Floyd Roberts, Ed Steen. Jack I "It's a ledger page his voice. ures filled the doorway. "George" "But he refused it." "j,
Dorene I Ward. There was annoyance in Cathy said over her shoulder"it's "And then what? ,";1.
Clawson, Jacquelyn "It's the account of George Akers. "
the Sheriff. The color had returned to GaifL!
Duane, Betty Louise Filer BASSOS "Oh." Buck said. "George Loomis pushed into the kitchen. face and she seemed cdnsideraflf!
Helen French, Sylvia French. Vivian Charles: Auxier Ted Clayton, Akers eh?" S'matter?" Goerge asked and more at ease. t-a .I
Garteirneyor. Martha Gon- i I Ramon Cole Graham. Conner, "Yes." Jed said. "See that de- his voice was hard and annoyed. "George asked me where 11la ',
dolfo, Carol llcnnmg Betty June : Mickey Danestcad, Manuel Santa posit figure there?" I "Think up some more questions?" I the money." she said. "
H-.ggs, Colleen :Moore Nancy ; Cruz Louis Maloney, Edward:: i He pointed to it and both Buck "Akers I understand you de- told him that 1 had it here, I f
Phillips, Yolanda Pueblo, Mary Sheppard, Robert Simpson Jon and Pat bent over. posited five thousan' dollars in the he suggested that in inlfhouse
Louise Ramirez. Audrey Rayzor, Threlkild, Dick Young,: Walter I I "Five thousand dollars deposit bank t'day." I of things, it would be j
of safer if I it
George's head jerked upward in course put
I ed his credit today Oliver
Russell Esther Smith Beebe III. to
Virginia "
anything to surprise but he managed to check bank as quickly as possible. Jit ri
I said. "Does that mean
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you darned tootin' it dots," "O-h." he said. ":" "I decided to take it to the bank
Monroe Will Be "You're
County :a...: Loomis said quickly "When was Td like to know where you got! without further delay. Whil.JItt.;
Oliver was entering the deport
that dough. Buck concluded. ,
I ;; Represented At Conference ,<-: : he"He here sent? it in." -* George smiled'coldly" in it to my George's name. I account.asked him" to credit'- ,
"A young woman breught the "I borrowed it. he said and he .
Cancer deposit A very pretty young women smiled again almost tauntingly."I "Even" though George. did ,
In Orlando it?
On Control want
: too. I might add. A Mrs. s'ppose you c'n prove you "
"Yes. i
Hollis. borrowed that five thousan',can'tcha -
Monroe Countv representative-:i i committee and Mr>. Malcolm McCabe turned to the Sheriff. ?" "Where'd you get that money?*'
to the state-wide cancer control I I Smith of Tampa. Jiate commander "Hey. that iust about ties thingsup. "I don't aim t' prove anything "From my hmband.Gay ex.t|
plained gently. "It was the money
don't it? George said angrily. "If you'reChargin'
cf the field :
I society's
army" I for our place in.Texas
conference to be held in Orlando "Uh-huh." Buck said nodding. me with anything, it's up got t
Among the principal speakersat "Mister Akers is where J. would- f t' do the provinVHealth (To be eonUnmedJ ,'
October 3, 4 and 5, will ba Mrs!I the conference will ba Dr. you ; t'
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Crosby. I i I division of Memorial Cancer Cen- Intimate Glimpsed: Association News NotcssIn ;
This is the fifth annual meeting I ter, Sloan-Kettering Institute for
of the Florida Division, Cancer Research in New York; -Brief -
American Cancer Society and i Lou Sullivan, of Atlanta, directorof Mr. and Mrs_ Leland Goddard,;! Meeting l'lolliayThcre j -

will draw representatives, both the Georgia Citizens' Council: 417 United street returned Wed-i t Louisiana's State Motto ,. js:
medical and lay from many of i I Mofford R Runyon. national director nesday from a two-month vacation will be a meeting of the Union, Justice and Confidq..

the counties in the state i I of the American Cancer which include an extensivetour Monroe County Tuberculosis and "
The sessions will be headed by Societv's Field Organization, and of Canada and New England : Health Association: Monday. Oc- '' Most of the surface of European r j

Dr. J. N .Moore. of Ocala, president Mrs. Charlotte Payne, national director They visited Mrs. God- tober 4. at 7:30 p.m.. in the Mon- Russia is less than 609 feet
of the Florida Division, and : of Lay Service fcr the So- dard's father in Danbury. N H., '! roe County Health Deoartment. j i I above sea level.
chairman of its state executive:t ciety. and law many former Key West: The public is cordially invited j

-- -_ .- --- residents in their travels. ; to attend. I Certain deep sea fish have organs
Mrs. Goddard reports that she that generate a cold light
Harris School P.-T. A. Met Tuesday attended several style shows in': Notes
I New York. Two of these -shows,: Interesting I '
And 'Made Plans For School Year were Adrian's new creations dis- I' I THE TRUTH ABOUTSenou

played at Gunther's and Macy's'Little : The terre Prmate is applied to I '
The. executive board of the Harris Council of Parents and Teachers, Shop's showing of the such anmials as the man-like I I PINwORMS fI
School "arent-Teacher Asso-: the group is planning a series of original gowns of famous dres. apes, monkeys and lemurs. !
entertainments to finance school designers, followed bv Macy's j I fact* era rmaled by neat Brib
ciafidn met Tuesday at 7:00
p.m. cat
report One oat of three
improvements. First of these ben- duplications of them for lower"i The Chicago Road mrf port
Mr was' an an- : examined wa found to be a nrtta-cf 5.
of ,
the home AdejineKMuse
in ?, efit entertainments will be a Hal- priced sale. cient Indian highway between Pw-Wornw--often wtthoot .wI)':b1l, !l
513 Margaret ..street : tpHLrnakeplans And this poly infectMiv caa caw ml
lowe Carnival the school
rn on Detroit and cnigp -* betnu
the school year Of interest to the ladies 1t Mrs. o. I if neglected
for ;* ground, October 29, beginning at Goddard's observation that skirts!f So watch for the wmnhiv .....
Officer of tae association are: IDa, mean PinWorms teci.fl tIy
Mrs. Adeline Muse will
p m. The word "traffic" belived
last arssting rectal
are not as long as they were it.cb. Get "TNrS ltiV
president, Mrs.. Norma Dopp: secretary : serve as general chairman for arrangements there interest in : derived from the Arabic "tafnq". I right away. '.W m a medically.eitd
season is treatment based
on an officially
Mrs. Dorothy Sting, reeffl.
sleeves this vear.. and necks are meaning distribution. I and hithly effective dray element!
treasurer, Mrs Edris Wallace I The study group will hold its i I imafl easy-to4ake P-W tablets wort. a
either very high or very low. ,I special way to nJll\-.l'm-W_...
Mrs. Dopp appointed committee first school auii-
meeting in the Skirts narrow. with interest J The Texas City, Tex... water- and afely.Jlik ..,..
chairmen for the Y car. These ire- : torium October 12, at 7:30 are .
p.m. back she front explosion killed 468 persons row dnmbti P-W for_Ha- I iP
toward the
directed ,
membership, :Mrs. Geraldine: PinS The subject for this meeting is I .
have gone - ---- -
der: room mothers, Mr Adeline'Psychology of the Elementary ays Evening gown s
Muse; budget and finances Mrs. :School Child. All parents back down to trailing the floor .

Texas Hood: parent; edJcation:: 'ested: in their children inter-I she also observed, leaving the I|: ,
Mrs. Alice Roberts; health. Mrs. joy this study course. It is ballerina-length formal in a1 :
Knopp: program. Mrs, Mayfield everyone, the room rather awkward position all lUi! :9 jJt llOt't o E 11..yp.
Salis; juvenile protection Mrs.I nounce own. I
Elizabeth Singleton: hospitality.'.i Tuesday, October 5. the first I
Mrs. Thelma Sawyer; publications -* PTA meeting will be held in the Mrs. Man Barmine. former I
Mrs. Margaret Russellwel- : school auditorium. All parents I Key West resident now making .
fare, Mrs. Sally West; publicity, i:I:and friends of children atteniing her home in New York, will :

Mrs. Ethehnd Duane summer ',the Harris school are invited tot I II leave bv plane for Bagdad :
round-up Mrs Dorothy Knowles attend this meeting and join the around October 15 to visit her :
Following the board meeting I organization, Mrs. Geraldine Pin- brother, who is in business there. ,: (
the room mothers had a get ac- ':cier. Director of the membershipdrive Mrs. Barmine, who is a design !I :
quainted party, prior to their bus- announces. of fabrics.. is reported to be de- ,
iness meeting. In addition to carrying | The executive board meeting signing for Adrian. Bianchini and !I )
+i date has been She K also style consultant 'I :
out the objectives and four- set as the third Ducharn. .
point program of tee National r'Tuesday in each month.3IR. for a new fashion house ]II f
which is opening in New York. I
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. TIUMXIS KT\0\ HIS IIOKSKS Woman's ClnbPostpones I II is the best time to layaway"

gifts for Christmas. A small de- '

Meeting : posit reserves any: selection you \%c
I I make until Christmas at no additional -
Until October 12 cost p..

The Woman's Club's first meeting cI
of the winter season. which 1 {
was to have been Tuesdav. October 1E t S ittoS
5. has been pc-tponed; until II

Tuesday. October 12, President .',
Mrs. Leland Goddard announces.: I
This change is due to Mrs.

Goddard's departure on Monday I
Oct. 4, to attend a board meetingof {
The Florida Federation of a

Woman's Clubs in Ocala .
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% : I high school auditorium at 8.00I 1

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"Right. says Rider Clyde Wyond cf the Oklahoma Roundup ; successes. I
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but } fi' :' 909 Simonton Street :, : Nice Selection of' GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : : If It I Is Electrical WE REPAIR ITI t : i : .
: Ownership-Management : : SELL I T J j
m88ed lt eia' ri' of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; : We, Will Call For and! Deliver ':: :. WHITE STARCLEANERS L :

? r tlsked .t I l SEE OUR Electrical I : M Y us' Exp rwne !la EUctrical. Work : Service Station .. .: '.;i
take WILL'RE-OPEN SHOWING of Appliances :
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d s- : SOON ..............................................'.e : JJUCCL&-% 211 DuvalTBLEFHcit. beet ::' : % Francis and DiTiaioa 5tr* ti ... J .. 1,
: !. .. ..... ..".................: ............i ';.,.,. I '.ELECTRIC; :. :: Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa Jr STREET. Prop. : :._;.: j
: > Tire Tubes Batteric Auto Acceuorfc.osK .
The Best ? 41 ;
a, :b etly : : f" HOME i t SUNDRY STORE ':.....o......o..i..o... ............. : 822 SIMONTON STREET PURE: OIL and GASOLINE S ;
STEAKsTl'opical'DRINKS : .....................' ti.............:...oo...ces .. c............._.................Defier"t.. :
behind. E and ; : 1237 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. ; : Ory Cleaning : ................................. ... I'I'Your

know'yOU:' ; Tempting Fresh FRUIT : "Your Patronaaa Invited"Ice : E' PRITCHARD E : RUSSELL'S ':. :: and I Pressing :, and --
: Body "
\ FenderRepairing ;
tor.It-.Win. ,- > ; PIES will be aavilable ; ; ; 24-HOUR SERVICE j
.aYe der could, shortly at BENNY'S :. Cream Proprietary Medicine. : FUNERAL ? : Free Pick Up and % '- .
actin'tao.'; -i I. .J......MOTOR.::...COURT...........;, : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : DRY GOODS ; : SUITS Delirery for Serrice MEN : : AUTO PAINTING '-::* S t
w : Toilet Preparations and Articles : H a I1 E : I1C5 OLIVIA .: : COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE 1
,fi.heel. ................. ... anti() WOMEN :
........................... : ; AUTO AND : '
d lt!'to 11, .,, ...t........1......... ... .. Let Those Serre PHONE 373 : blade PHONE-to-breasure 282 : TONY'S J
Pl'ese .
'i; S i MUMFORD r ; r. .. Who Serre Best ; ; ...................... 603-05 GREENE b'ilti.t'T :: :. 'I
,1. GOMEZ and ROSS220 Specializing ..........s............................._..??.. x !:
t sidera to Gay;)!I : : : DUVAL STREETExclusive ---- : : WE'HAVE NEVER : in : ......_............... ............................................. '.-
!ly : t BETRAYED A TRUST : .
: S FURNITURE Monroe County Distributors for 4 GLAMOROUS? -.
: CO. 1 Women's
ere I had : WE NEVER WILL : : and '
"Whert.;Ire 720 DUVAL STREETNaticnani ; Carrier : ,. II.- ( :;
in ''t.edl .! .. Air-Condilioning : Anihulan-e' ServiceTelephone : Children'sApparel LOPEZ Get Set For-Fall With The .-. :: :"
Advertised : .i deb-u-curl : :.
wiser for Domestic and Commercial Use : : s .
it in the: Products : : S33 PHONES __ 5-18 : .: Funeral Service ( \'' '
>le.," ti eL:' Delaware Covering Plastic Floor : ...r....................... ......e.......9150....o.: :' Never Sleeps : I :: _. Cold V/avo Permanent :: e.;, t ,,:

the bani.. ; Clcpay Fiber Venetian :.......s....................-... .....,......... ....................... ..................... .: Established 1885 ; \ A soft, natural-looking permanent '*" r .} '
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JllI deposit 14.M|., t.:' Blinds : ............................................II. ': Lit.nf'P" FuneralUirrrlorn that NEW will LOCK Live an-I you 1 make that i .i4 I
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to credit I Luggage Appliances. : .: and : q Glar Gal .$1 0 -
i 1 Radios ; >ou \ne 'IUr
: \E' Jo A. MYERS E the New Season tI; -
le didn'tf'noney : .Magee and MohawkAxminster id :, : Eiuhaliurrs24IIour 'r.aperlaT.inn .. S.--
: Rugs : ss "' !; MI'PoT;
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Gay! ex.?>:pf I' : E-Z Terms : ; .s Licensed i ; ,':. Make Your l\0 AMI ('A. TKKVTMKNTSMJ! :, i

le money :-, : OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M. : \ ,,, .r :. Ambulance : Appointment CAROLYN BEAUTY : <:
u. -' MON. and SAT. \ PARTING ContractorFREE Now :-
C a..................... + .. : Service SHOPPE': {
-- -. s- ; ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEEDTelephone .:. .. : Te1.175 Orerseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. : ;

;S t ...................... %';:-. J. Douglas Trevor ........... 9127... Ill Dun. Street..JeUanoa.......Hotel.........: :. ..Phon.... .135 Night 696 .: ........... DONALD BARBER : ,,.. ::
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htto is: : I, WJift : STEELS BEAUTY NOOK -_ J

Jfidence. %: PftssengerRepresentative : : ""' \ 1)IONE 137.j.R : : .!ra fmOINT :. i: Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. i :% Scientific Beauty Culture :r i /, ;, :

.: : : : Refrigerators, Disposals and Electrical Appliances : : in 'All Branches ;: ,.

Europe600 tagFLORIDA : A-Fs 'J710)W j : url teliin:; Machines for Immediate Delivery ::- : Thoroughly Experienced : ..

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: HOME APPLIANCE i CONCH SHELLS : : Soft Water Qs d CxdutTVlr : : .

[have ore COAST RAILWAY i ....... ............................................ : 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 :. ; All SU a :. : Phone 637 536 Fleming St.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. /' :. J

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Kow Located Xext 2070'r; Insurance .........................1.....N.......I..., .... COCOANUrSSPONGES ................. .*aaraa
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: Beauty
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Trances Park
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t ak11. ...? J .: Rear of La Concha Hotel ia Save 15% on All Politic HonAssssaablMercantile .Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable; of U.S. or Canada 1010 GRINNELL STREET .. ::

.irHam eb !. : PHONE 124 Stock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 : Marcy S. Palacio '' Beauty Culture in all its Phases JPermonems '
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|tsars reel -. ...it.........aaaiS ......ti ..................................a............. YlW 1,m''H 1021 Olivia St. y Scalp Treatments .: i
rieL17 tNE' : : PHONE >801JEFFEHSON : Rear -101 South St. ; Facials Shampoo Manicunag JTor J '''

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; GOLF COURSE R. M. Dw! L. Prop. Phone 1013
1Maest/t 122 n-mlna St.
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Motor Scooters 5 P.M. 1
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vr : ; SERVING TV .. : Appraisal : : BEAUTY SALONSouthernmost 4 : ,; : ,

Sales and Service Immediate Delivery % COMPLETE Dinners : :' Waea House -r :
N Also A La Carte and Sandwiches :, : Rentals : : in the U.S.A. I
.' t : : 1400 DUVAJj STREET I .t ta t-? ,:: : !.j
} A i MDE AWAY. ..-...-.-..a...f.REASONABLE............PRICES...................: : Management Sjiecialising In ,tea > :
TAKE .. ....aoo.....ae............................... : Improved and Vacant Hair COLORING 1 fii
.- BUS } ,. I Properties fa r.r WM ; Permanent WAVING ", :
NO.1to 4 % : aDd Monroe County e Hair CUTTING 1 x I
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COLF l Cuihman Motor Scoot : 1. OTTO : Slenderizing I
.t'LI1fXS r while p pinE for it.. and the WIND AUTO BONUS : : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR Spot REDUCING :
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: .. .aaaaaaaaaREPAIRED ... ...e........................................ r...................... PHONE 1314 a :
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,Boston: Beats Senators; T%; Weather: ; ,.-, I How They Stand. lcid-r &' pars* h Q of V|e thy authorize_Worli 83) SISTERS! OBSERVES ft ;

''4ttdinals Win Two [ '' 1 Asa 'ltJ: different Red: Cross I FIFTIETH WE DKSC?', '' tl
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: postage: stahips an.t' I! ANNIVERSARY [
11 From Pirates key West and Vicinity? Partly] MAJOR,LEAGUES : i First to.Tecogniae this vorCl>+l wiJe f
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y >- l occasional showers\ : x humanitarian moyetfient'WaaPortiiga i -
cloudy with
) ''hr Tfc A.M rUeNEW '""-) AMEBJCAH LEAGUE. { in 1839. The new. Philippine}1 1II .rand th Ir b bsn York'Yankees t'I today, tonight and Saturday. Teaais W, L Pct 1 semi- i. h
0 Oct.1-New:: {Republic is about to issue a fiftieth wedding :
"defeated the PhiladelphiVAtbletics Moderate southeasterly -wi Ids.t Cleveland -. 95 56 .629 II I postal honoring its recently rec- } their open-hop. :
; 9-7,.while the Boss 'Florida: Mostly cloudy with Boston -- 94 '5S' .61$ may, [ognized Re4 Cross Society., } 1 f sates with an
1 hT4ed Sox teat: the Washington -occasional zhower-j in extreme ntW York n._ ;:- 94 53 .618 _i 1I i lion m the wane builidng hJ wi.1cll

Senators, ''OZ-3. yesterday and north portion thru Saturday. -Philadelphia ___ .___ 8-t 68 J5S YS 4 4 I 1 Four new stamps belatedly their double % .armiagew.s fi f--

thtereby kept ,even in the Amenfc -Tartly>> 'cloudy elsewhere"with Detroit -_._ ____ 76 75 .503 honoring the 75th anniversary of formed on Sepl7fnber,1 189Z,. .
i :League standings. Both teamsateStied'for : scattered afternoon showers. ''St. Louis _.-* -.,-,. >:.ta 92 .387 the ,China Merchant Navigation. They were yio-MIJJ/', /. P af'
t Jacksonville thru the Florida Washington -_ 54 97 .358 ompany, nave Pope. 69 and;; hW, b .: r
ezcoad'position.Teveland .. _._ i- 4910 .329 from and Mrs. ]
Straits;. .Moderate southeasterly Chicago J 4 tfjriv.ed 1 Pope 71, ? t
and Chicago' were winds :thru, Saturday,. Partly NATIONAL LEAGUE ]a Ch i n a, reports i Brainerd., and her h d) tf

idielyesterday i. :, and the Indians 'cloudy, with widely .scattered 'Teams JV L Pet 47r$ C } eon Monos wn. | Levi L. Brained, 70. i'- .'

4.t'"Btlll one fill game: in front of showers: and undershowers.t .. Boston ._.__.___._...._,_ 83 61 .591 F The $20.,000; The reeeptSafe wa*' w't. e])?
thtankees'and the Red Sox.The t East Gulf: Moderate winds. Brooklyn _-_-.... 83 63 .550 cninese .c u r Jion HHl.ih e htuildint: ( .' .
1ntiin&take Detroit in' southeasterly in south portion and ,St.Louis _1-.r..:1_ 83 6VT, .556 rency) blue and merly housed the furniture d r ::;
on Tigers southeast north : *82 70 .540 _v.. .._- $30,000 violet of-the sisters' fattier and the v i "
t&Jreeigame series beginning to- e&;t to over- portion ;Pittsburgh --. -+-,--- -
= with '71 74'',519 (&") Wlrephoto show a modern stairs home of the Parent '
d jv7,Detroit beat the St .,LouUBrojvps thru:Saturday. Cloudy .New York -L -. A ; ( ) a7fI
-f occasional showers oyer'extrt'ine 'Philadelphia, .__,_ _..;..: C1& 87. ';::421'' steamer and: a i ; !
Bsteton./ ;'ye"'Braves erday.:72.' and: theBrook' -'' north,portion,. cloudy:with Widely Cincinnati ','688 41'1'Chicagd WE'LL BET YOU'VE: SELDOM SEEN baseball picture like this.. Umpire.' catcher.batten, itd"- 19th century I I Do You Know; Thai' 'tOn

Iyn3 odgers were rained out yesterday : scattered :Showers and thunders -, !. 63"83 :.417F : er and ,eTen. th4 outfield seem bunched close to thecamara.. A long 'lens''used by the photflgrapher combination sail and steam vesseLThe .

."-The1 St. Louis Cardinals owers :elsewhere.\ r'l l -----';':/ I It turned the trick. Joe Dobson.,pitcher: for the'Boston1 Red Sox. makes his first.lhrow' in $40,000 brown. and $60,000 modern orange June 1, 1943 there Vere; 11. .

yesterday .took two from the,i Western Caribbean: ..Moderateeasterly" \ .t F I !LOCAL BASEBALL.. I the'game at Boston Tuesday-whkh the Red Sox' lost to,Washington! '4 to 2. "At bat is,Washing' stamps The-picture dates18721947 a 287,000 persons at wroth en f."

Pittsburgh. Pirates,.4-1 and S-l.Jn: winds thru Saturday* Island City Senior ton's left fielder. Gil Coan. The Boston catcher,(is Birdie'.Tebb ets'> and th }umpire' It 'Art Pasta? steamship,. each adhesive. in the United<< States. .. tIf' .
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the' oii1other,. National gam Partly cloudy weather with BasebalJ' League reUa., Boeion's and New York's defeat-Tuesday put'tiem in a tit f or-second place.' Clerelind beat are prominent .j'

played yesterday, the- Chicago widely: scattered -showers and rMunicipal f ( Stadium-))/ I I Chicago and took a two-game hold:on first'place.: ." I Brazil has-issued--y'a 1.20 cruze- a bee coukl-lhre that I leBg :

Cubs-- defeated the Cincinnati thundershowers.. Club- W. L. Pet iro blue aibnail .stamp honoring I r it would take Ian 64 year**to. s j.

Reds, 1-0., j. No small craft."or;storm warnr.inas -I;Clowns -. ,- 7' '1' .875 I the hundred, anniversary of the I make one poundTbf, ? honey. 1 ; i iI
The'scores: ., have been issuedRepor ;? t Pirates ,6 1 ,.857 ORDERS FOR WORLD SERIES TICKETS SWAMP INDIANS' PRESIDENT I .
;>!;AMERICAN LEAGUE: I There about three mi1 s4r
;Sonar School ,: 2 6 ,:250
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: a ..< R. H. E. : !Elks Club _U : __ 1 7 -125 tractors in use on American Nre
Neal yurk _-.----:.,9 12 3. j : I farms today. -' "**
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Philadelphia 1948 \
L. tLrfjjpat | Key West, Fla. Oct. 1. [ Island City Baseball League: ..5F -:.
Shea, Raschi and Sivenc *- (Observation taken at City,Office.. r.i (Army Barracks) The. country's export totals for yr
Coleman' Harrist, Kellner J I.' 8-JO A.M.. EST) e I W.- L d", ) wgdt b e s3.J' the first six months of the year d

Savige.. .and, Rosar. ( Temperature Atomic Bombers _: ,-:.10 3 is $6',2 billion, and imports" $3r %
t. 'Highest-yesterday". -:- 88 :SubRon Fnnr. ""_.: 9 2 i billion. ,*J
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f30sisi. 7 15 0 : r
..Lowest last night : 80 'i
: Scorpions __ ,, .." 3 9 F U
Wa'_ $un ton: _. -3' & 3 J Mean _, *--'.- 84 Conchs _s_i. _. 3 10 1.J : \of Aristee The 2 fr SO violet ad,10
Pimeil,:Johnson and'Tebbetts; Normal _-_.:--- .82 1 i it plus 15 fr red show his Hyatinthe.-
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Wydnj 'Hudson! Candini and Early -:\r Precipitation :.t Junior Baseball: -League I j l National School,..of Music i ;Rio 'The 4 fr violet bears a portrait olI

] ;ar37 ; i} Total, last; 24 hours. : T. ins. (Municipal Stadium. )' < de Janeiro. Pictured is an allegor- I Bosio. The 15 plus 25 fr rust
..1 Total this month ..-.--- T. ins.f I Club-- W:: L. Pct' i'cal1iesign w'.;appearS on the i I brown is an over-sized adheaiV$! 1
R.H. E. Departure this month. 48 in.TotaY :.t Porter Place Lions __10. 7 '..58aCubans' diplomas i issued by the schooL In again showing Nymphs Solmaci*i
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DeJT'i : $--__-;_- :_ 2 7 12-'? 0 ,' this 'year'_I 39.76 ins. _i .-:_.*.'.ft 8, ..500 k: the center is.a woman" ploying. a ',,, .. .. a
v Excess this .11.37 ins. ,__ Stamps magazine reports that
h3 Ostrovrski : year -:-- ,PALs i- 8 9 .471 lyre. She i is flanked by two 33sistins -
Ginsberg -
; 1 Humidity the Detroit Board of CwmmercV-
Relative :
Dr iwa131ican', ant< Partee.. II I maifens.Germany! .
n.: .:_ at$:$$ AJ. *. LOCAL, SOFTBALL has issued four; se1n has passed a resolution urging tie
82'/r I postals commemorating the 700th Post Office Department! to faros !
fro Chicago'natschedNATIONAL ;
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ul 4 ; -I Baram.tet(3u'L.vsu Class "A" League ( I SI wf. anniversary of .the, famous Cologne commemorative stamp in honor of"
', :){ ( L30: AM. Ciub- .; W. L. ,Fcti I Cathdredr'al. The Additional' the late'William S. Knudsen, "cut-
I r f.: 'SO.OO'ins. 1C15.9 mbs.V i Bob's-Sprt Shop.: .6 1 .851! postageis to aid in the recon-( 'izen soldier," who:>> organized

..- LEAGUE' Tomorrow Almata c !!Adams Dairy'._1_ 6 2 .750: strdction of the Cathedral damaged America's industrial: front forj t
t Night Game, ___._." .'SubRon ._ 1 4 ( .
T ',Sunrise -, 6:19 ajn.Sun 4- --' ,250 during the war-. Th values World War 2. ,-3
St.;l Ijoma>i -" ..'.. ,,- R.6 H.12' E 1: -:et .--j--..____.-,_ 8:13'prm.,,:Veterans j_ ,':__ O. 6 ..000 :: .- are -6"plus 4 pfennig- brown, 12 ;. 1}

Pittsburgh __ .T _.:... 1 8.1 Moonrise '6:00; ajn.' -X:: : :; ." w r ra. plus 6' pf green- 21 plus 16 pf
6:22 '
Moonset: tP-ter p.m. and 50 plus 50 pf blue.
and Baker
aniKluttol Monger : ;. Chesnes'-' New Moon _-_._...r.4 .._.___ 0cC: 2 Elks Club'i: ''4 .0; 1.000' .+lr t r, a e>: t ..':'j"...4 '
.o; t iVXl Flyers ..---, 3 .2 ;600 I The Soviet Union has issued a
4 Kantor Men Slt: 3 3 ,500 (jf)'
TIDES Wirephoto series of 8 tanips to honor its
.. Second.... ..Game. Tomorrow IN;' Hosp tal'-.-...:- '1' 6 .143 latest five year 'plan ,which was yobPRINTING/
R.' H. E. > BILL VEECK.'president: of the Cleveland Indians an :fice a.;mants begin work on'stackof
SU Louis .._., .__ 4 10 0 (Naval Base) supposed have been completedin
mail pouches filled with orders for World Series 0:;;'; L. The Indians have received mos;
Pitteb egh _1 ;Eastern Standard..Time) i i I Interesting )Notes less than the five years time,
170Sre'acheen :
-and"' Rice ,. Oster-' High ,-, Low than 100.000 orders for the serias ducats. The girls he :a Veeck: ale Dorothy. Regrut (left) and Various agricultural scenes. are -
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mull ,!9:25a. m 2:44.am.: : I Mary Must.Newspaper depicted. '
% Singleton, Higbe and The average, man's heart beat-3
'. : *.9.3:: p.m. 3:20: p n.' 72 times J minute and three billion -I. _,_, __- ---. Monaco has issued a sees- of of Quality
I nine new stamps which pay homage 7
: times.in lifetime.
4: : ADDITIONAI..TIDE :DATA to J, F. Basic famous French .a

Chiia t '. ", 1 5' '0CW1neMioo Reference: Station: Key West ; r."Y'ltrarv :to'oopular beief} .. no' Week: Grows Sports CalendarSENIOR _

....:.L __ :: 5.0; r 'TbDe oil)Height of -species;/'of 'snake-i is, slimy, not'1 4 MpNAC v
Chambers;'nd-\ .M-cCullough;! SUtlsm- Tid IJ 'gh water' :t.en those that live chiefly' in .. -
Raffensberger and Mueller and : Bahla Honda the water. :In Nine Years Of Life Whatever Your f
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Lamanno, :(bridge) __4b 10m 0.0 ft, J. 1 i, SOFTBALL Printing Needs. (
Boston';and Brooklyn postponed No Name Key'. I i Oysters reach marketable] size 1 Bayview Park.. NightsT 1 We Can Do the
by.rain. .,'. (east end)'_+'2h zOm' t Sin from two to five'years.. ; AP Newsteatures 'NIGHT Job and at

'Philadelphia-aid.New York not, Boca Chica. I II III NEW YORK-National Newspaper Week is being observedOct. k.."It Game Veterans vs.. Sub low prices tool!

schtd. 'tiled.Siigifig.': (Sandy,PointOh 40ra. \I ,to .berubtracted.F L. 1-8 for the ninth time. Its first year was 1940. I: S Re." Four Call 51

: Caldes Channel ,I F (+)- sign:. Corrections toI I In 1939 the Newspaper Association Managers. Inc.. held its Second Game-Kantor's Men's .. J 1 !l.lu O'Iu'
to, :sand. is a ame given (north, 'end) ,+2h 10m +1.4 fL.cjOo .r be added.'' } annual meeting in Chicago and laid plans for the first program.It I Shop vs. HoepitaLJUNIOR sculptor reports the New: York

Jfijertainsand* beds which I !I (h)-Hour.ft proved popular almost at once and a number of other organizations Stamp Co. The centimes green
squeak when
let-tie .stirred. driven' .!NOTE'M1ri3 .' I ( )-Jeet have,cooperated in the]rk I SOFTBALL pictures one of Bosio's 'most famous -
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walked a. .....on..........: ---=--- ; ) : sgn| ::, Corrections (m-Minute I years since then. .' Bayvicw- Park. Afternoons 'piecesof art, Nymphe Sal- THE ARTMAN PRESS
The original purpose of the plantwas |! TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS macis. The l franc1'magenta and 5
I J IEN GEORGIA TECH'S TOUGH II, ; and Mornings plus 5 fr illustrate, his stn i ",
OF TEAM VANDERBILT I ta "coordinate effort in -art*I! (Know America) Daily play.SENIOR. green .- Citizen Building
ewer) to organized attacks and. .' tue of Hercules; The 2 fr blue and k
: Faith Baldwin of'New Canaan a 6 plus 9 fr depict his statue
criticisms aimed at weakening the green
) Conn.. novelist, born .in New BASEBALLMunwipal ---.< .-.L -" -- ,_
'prestige and Influence of newspa--i
: Rochelle, N. Y.;.55. carSigo. .
'pers." It has emphasized year' : j 4, Stadium. AfternoonTo
William A. Patterson president be ..".tnounced.
after year the place of b free.pr sr
: of United Airlines i
[ Chicago,
in a free community. : Army Barcks. AfternoonTo
.. .& Idea Enlarged: ,*. i 1 1r 1 i born in Honolulu] years agq,.> ;i be annOURt:..of.I. .
; Lincoln U. ;
'McVeagh S. Ambassador -
r Meanwhile, sponsors find that ,
'M to Portugal, born ',
it has spread in two direction.: I atI I|
1 First, newspapers use it to help Narragansett Pier p, I,.58, years' I. JUNIOR BASEBALL; + '. ,

[the public understand: : them and ago. I Municipal Stadium Afternoon
[I their problems. Second, publfshV i,'I'i Laurence P. Roberts,' director I Play three times weekly.SKATING I
and editors 'of the American Academy in I I : -
ers use the weeK: to
; kyr : strengthen their knowledge o? ,, Rome, born at Bala Pa. 41 years I II I I' l7 .
public attitudes.: '" I I ago. 1 Bayview Park. Night

The second objective is achieved ,i = ,I 1 I I t Robert McLean, famed Philadelphia -1 I FRIDAY I;.

through open houses and special I| ] newspaper publisher, 7:00 to 9:00: P.M. I
e.Y contacts with schools,, clubs l born in Philadelphia: ] 57 years: 'i..

and churches. I'[ago.Vladimir TENNIS
__ Horowitz, famed I'I'f' I
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Each the f' ,
year national'organization -
Park. Afternoons
: e :",i;.. chooses a slogan for the'week. ':, pianist:; born in Russia, 44 years I *,and Nights [
pz ; ... This year it is, "The rightto 1 1 I\ago. .j! Daily '
play. "
I Rev. Dr. Ralph] W. Soskman ; I. ,
.r ts .k n } e know is the key to all.your lib1I :
__ erties." National figures and"llapro&1'affiS : New York chairman of tho I I. -;- YI
I Nearly two million automatic
'tLonal are I World Peace Commission of the
/ s develOJeL.j Methodist Church, DorrTafMt* gfes water heaters were sold in
But this in
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year years
a .fi I the major activity for the week'i*!I I Vernon, Ohio 59 years ago. I this country in 1947. I
Howard i _
Dr. R. Anderson of| -
|centered in local programs Each r I II
i newspaper fits its activities intoj the U. S. Office of Education, Lj. t

.a continuing public relations planJi :. : specialistin.thesoeial sei i ceas,'.i I
i Newsboys Honored born in NeJv;?Y.tk., 5WiUiam Yers ai9. j BROADWAYtlGAR' I
i: E; fe tl octtt ,-j
One of important developments -. .; inU I
.h of the week has been National Wash., :-pote alrp n maker, i I: f ff
.Newspa'perboy Dayr This born uTTDetrbit, 67 y'brf'ag'? ?= 1 STORE- i

year i it is Oct. 2.On this day::the'1 f FORHOMEoII'-I'
place of the boys"who sell and;deliver Subscribe To The Citizer I f !610 Daval! Street )
the papers -is stressed. Onl # .... I I
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this day the newspaper world'![tion Managers launched the first COMPLETEBASEBALL COMMERCIAL USE
pauses to remember the newsboy. .'National Newspaper :Week in I I

4.. : I Here is how H. W. Stodgill, national ''1 1 IMO! they were guided by the ,. : We Are Prepared To Furnish You With i ii
i chairman of this year's 1 1Newspaperbpy :success which state groups had I Il

.t I Committee, outlines j i made of their own programs. l SCORES Clear, Pure' CUBES-or CRUSHED ICE

.. --- : the objective: |.'These state groups still have a' h < i ,
"Maximum public recognition vital part. ,
(JP) Photos for these enterprising youn men !I Thus planning is carried on at POPULAR--.BRANDS w'Cigars Enterprises .Inc.

COACH BOBBY DODD (upper hit) .'f Georgia Tech siesta the 1948 football Mon.with a hud.' I and tribute for their industry and three levels local 'state and no \ I Thompson ,

)rittin$Je.m that, defeated; ,Vanderbilt 'to 0 in the opening: game. Here are some of'the top :application to business lundamen- j 1 tional.: Therefore no overall and Cold i' .
:tab-training and experience that about the week : (ICE DIVISION)
can pic- ,
..tt.i.tM..Tecbl iquad, Uppe,right: Jim Cu berrr (left) and.George Brodaax (right) ,co-
will be valuable to them in later' its Observance varies I'
; c apie.-..Lower'', loft: Bill Healy. guard, all-Southeastern Conference player in 1346 and 1947. life." ];ture from state impact to state and from townto I: 7 Soft Drinks SHONE NO., 9 KEY WEST. FLA.Ir .

SLew r right: Frank Ziegler. rated by torn observers as Tech'a best fullback in two decades. I When the Newspaper Associa- town. 1

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Interest :.= *, 1 i' CHAPEL FOLContinuedTYvn1 .J.JI 2.SITESPYoni MARTHA SLEEPER, 3 OTHERS SURVIVE: YACHT WRECK'- :TODAY'.s.iit: : : i
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1 CatholiearProteeIant. .. .
Too Late To l : sere Key, where the; trees I. .' D W' .

Classify-: 1 I ims.Cone ....,.' 1 pled" bet material eoUected inthe i ITSl -:ttuaMiforTVW 'L"&w r.f.-e. l
tie T.im *n-w aw jtreetx was at first being .nava..liP omntuidey 'ihe
1 .y RUSSELL KAY .. 1 gone otto the question of the location .J-' tracked for disposal.Han I War of 1812 'whose: dying] "
of the ChapeJ.. It
&a& ; : !I being iq -to dump tree licoba on a s, a give the '"" I
# A bccitsthe.
AAtA A tAA' A.&A&&&& 6. &64A6 ronairiif .to obtain the. tip ? B : ,
t' necessary' 'trim IX at Division and Duval ',.N>vy's rallying call bars aritir- i

na Kay Says W p Should) ) We Thankful Fqi-'Wlial. 3.I t4&d. I Taylor wad lori theater! new was buikHng.fnoaljy tbe red fort e4:;.i streets' :nas abandoned by' .the ;In !inglo; if. J. Die-J of }i7 .; f

city. after received rY received in battleJuae.TT9
protests were r
e Jfave Happetied But Pidn't-fn Htirrieanie Last Week upon a_ the building. most syitai&e.j t.
.,. ; and DKiet easily o QD s'ested.DispueiWtp b+ca Lbasiaee2 edablisbmes'ta and *-RufWi' Choat," f.$! !

While th > storm season is pot t p/.Buil4ixig 12% the residents i ia the vkiaity.LEGALS Riaon t lawyec-orator, picbe e :

over and maybe we should ctiii presettt location of the Chapel,-etas''; sque, legendary petsonaiiylf.iirdifferent ]| I

keep bur fingers crossed for a lit Radio j'not yet been *J lerm ecr..but j.4 if.i Ytry' : to politics.and tone : t

k'd tie while longer we can get Programs I anticipated that when_tbeCfaapei; ;. born in Essex, Mass pied' July' F

down on bur little pink>> knees and .itself U.; moved witbia'> ,a. few 1! i I"'t.r"4WI' iiwnEEvary 13, 1859. xi !

say :a- prayer jtf genuine thankfulness By Th. Associated Priss. & i I mouths the, Chaplains' offices: a.!: 't fcTATH ttxtu .4'DatyAi alP. PUMIIJIA.'"..O'IT 1815--Jcseph La Bar r,ifMrsouri i

for what might have hap- Navy relief} offices. Library met .ale :.8f: pos'MQSae1s cea.a. rr.t'7.EANYt River navigator, fur 'trad G
pened to us. but Jida'k; when the NETWORK PROGKA.MftTime Bed Cross offices.will be remowsd'' -4I .....cE.n-" known for his integrity 1\.9M.I:\ .till

hurricane struck 13 last week. I i* eater ateneirte.'e4i' ,-.' from+ t29,to Bfiotfeer building' otraUy -. ides; iltu.: St. Louis. Died there A ;F 3.1289. .
kat .r i.btrstt ane ar, 4ret :
Looking at the map it >would be t ':':: standard ..a tr.ci s located an foe Stgtioat __ ttsc'wlcRuol&M.e..sj.j : -'f. :
) hard i4 pkk nay .route through ; &.Me t.CaitiMeM SM"ae 1 L J1 v w. 8APGS, 1832-Henry Clay Wot k :
the state that a. storm could take [. Last ;af miaut r.lay pregram.5. tit LtaMhsd.hasa(5 ta"j lti. j L SJaay ABtatftirlceperta l m'riYe'k1tr 11Kegdnt cago song writer, 411 v
tit ps, i'r"SAY. Oep Prai.ui&I5s nrS r d u Geor! ....
': : Id yearswhile "Marching Through 'j
the: 1Ke'spaR (
:; **orr ..
trf Arctic .icebergs runs'ta about Its K* Rax, f ,.- born in Middletown, Coaij.'Died'-.',
h'n .
i two 'fereat.d ***<. : ,. :: June 8, 1884. *"V |i'
I yeats. .
ocrpm j jPtatoT. r I'
t T.. heb. .
1 rl sec essuired to aptesrM _.
.. 1838-Kate Field, versstilejTactress -
: i
s a'.k / iSae 1tW far I-.orae tik4 apinst : >
h't ,'::00-New* Report, 3iSlla-nee.' '"ilepAicr p'ibe- whole1workTs fee d the eh w. styled cease MI or ,< "' I' journalist and reforjuer..,A
> zaa n asrsc a :.. 4 x t,oars tee" lit* 4arA d Ofot..ber, : -\ \ born in St. Louis. Died May -1$,
Every Day-eb. "
... 'f .
fatDoos !
the aalsira-
Network Silent R ur- abe t *astr most lea.. n otherwise t- j ". t.,. ":,
I s Kkidica; hour (r p at)- be-w ;? ties m tb* aibject'4if Jasjioe.IEGALS .- :.=tbere4s eelsbe tak- ,. .,' '. ,
Network silent c.r t -mbi-east : '. : 1887-Glen Frank, president cat
h'I II KJd4t. Hour (ret Or-nite.Wfsi i tirier'e, .at KCT' Went.fiM ,, \ .. ; the University of
': -Sport.: MadctIm4.-abs' FNirthis lib nay 44 ; *>2>er. t .. Wiseenstnw"4noted
t- UN and Politics-c41i. lecturer, writer andue--. ;

e .:K-xewscat.tyThe4-q .+ oercalt. eC oart'seatl L. Y ..r4tK f. publican leader, born in Queen---

I 7d0-Supper: Lowell Tbo.J ,.3).ebl. .r. ftJR nJircno t3eralige 9D8\:' ..' CJu-k MawJ'od Chest/ Ceert.v:4.dI i' > City, Mo. Died. Sept 15, 19(14 ,}...... '
I aubi-bbcbasic I i EiEV1rTu at'lsij e'iNc;' $ Alas C. toesworthOerk. .. .. .
Tk uUb SJt t cbN f -.s-
I : 5' TB iTtirE eV !
.... s'tmITNtt : tie y "
kn Cemm.vtal'J-.b' I The word "tonis 'd
'wtt 71Oa3d :
I :4riltt"'{rlg Darlga.5Eeee4eaJsq:: 'h. !
Follon t Jr. rtrta .
I AT t t T:1*-N"eir.ant .Commie nt":'nbe 4Y bR.tat 's4' e, AtterAey5' {.or.. Ptalatif. : SS. .'from "tun" the name of 1if ::::

I I .3 Jack Smith Show- t' /:; JOSEPH; TtU3iAS'KEtiY7Si: .. .' sepye.n7u.t.l.UU. )I cask in which wines were :C scb. '.

I f a.t J. taUy Dinner Commeatary-ate Date-mba .. vnLfiJ4 : 1fOTHhe0F: .S. I shipped. .' ;:..

.I" ,.' 7:>>-Moil?! for Tonljnt=nlw .;. a"nro"'s Entj.eeaDtyi T.. .. tiJU erJtt Gf Uoarae Co...,-, of. _i'W'.E.--
Bob Crosby Club- ba' I V the estate of .FfcM-Maf I Tin was" one of the -_ ka left
I "- Lone fUorer. Drama-.tbe by' lt4JiCds..: Be It Iu owa. whet L B. A.'GIU T. 4I ;
: metals discovered and :i 2f '
Henry J. Taylor-mbs "O:'iUUea t3Vtkaweki &Hor.H1U1" ,of Sta at t tie State of (.
I i 7>*5 Xe w.Comnvent- bo Rsate .ro.. I. has t2 Jrrilqi. t FSOrHa. 4. berct>y cJw notice diet a tioned several timesin the 1"i"" ; i iSfir
t; 'r.1 ,';' -::" Q,rt New Broa4ca.ncbeSporh'Cemqlentfl1": A'-U.ra. CWtf ornU-' GKTIKHAl KU T***> .," r qc 3 I
> 1t : { } L ; Tea''.'-.'hereby .re1l. useto (aeras -; slit'.. fe<44 la lluiiroa ('benty.Sister .,
,: I 0- aul Latch Ba d-llbo of PUrJAa. Tweeday next .
te .. .. to the BUI .d COraidsiwti tar oa Photos ,
Sweeaey;!; Yareh-a0e JMiwwe is lbe alrve'siyi.d seneaedjs( the that Mesday IB No- .
Fat nan Detectles-also on or Deters /be 5th darsf act.bi.cease taptlrtr 1: :: n. Ml IX. the .skid Tu. *..- 4nndew r i
; RUSSELL KAY j Great Flaya eoe7ab 1 Ji).' INI.: i.tbeewise, u..aU..p.-' day be4eg tbati7IMAb ACTRESS MARTHA SLEEPER of New York aDd three other survivors of tb3 wrecked yacht .vie slaei i" e,
.:30-Who'Bald 7'hatb ttaas' e.atal.ed tberesa teed be' tI << IUt" BP 4tVRJlaER "uls M III". an e: Savannah Beach. G u .dis cussing their 10-hour ,
"Storm battle with the Left u'
Picked sea.
Route Where >>r and Jan Ace- b* talus a.'uosteese<<.. >''at: Flg..M ((> rrptddesUaJ' Elecot ,/
Less Damage Would Be Done'1wbere .This ia P.eU. Ura ia-:b4.Xeare j Tal.4rder .. w IN-ysbfabe4 pang: tars" to right: Charles Ponder of Kacsau.' skipper cJ the radii; Gordon lace of British Guinea mate --
Jt to Comment a week, for .four _aer llv.; weeks i'ar,Ce'eraeS' the Cut of Flor of the vessel: Miss Sleeper who said she served as cook, and Nicholas Schlangen of Springfield. :5: ,1
r : Rose -rob* i* tbe Ky float fJtlaee, a. rt e-paper "" '
less damage would ': 0-Eddto-Cantor SUow-nbc pubtishM tbe.7ty. 01 Eey; or. fiwreiary of 'SUUe of the nirf the yacht's owner. The boat sank in shxllovr water at the mouth of the Savannah.river.' The '';'' ,.,-.
Mr Favorij Uulband-cba treat. i+lorsa.noxR ." ,' kM. .at forida. ... .
done for'.most tide but they Usbed .
the -
of the deck awash at high cnelves! to .
area was; mast la from
Break the Bant-abc- ; AXI OBJJEHETJjx : .. SUa' far Artarney! tzaseraa of the.6ta..401 keep being swept over
unpopulated wastelands.I bel Gabriel Beatter. Coouncnt-mbs Las of ..... jalxA.. IX. UK, :. JPiorida. board. They escaped to there at low tide next mon ag. Bottom Miss Sleeper (right foreground Ea,est way t| : -
st5-Xtas BrofuJca8t- (Seat) ,R C FoCCesetrollet .t
: tawr1. UM State of
not ; .
am miniCl to
trying to ':30-Bed Stelto..Sbow-nboB C1eTk. abrceLt Ceartct I Florida.. ) swims back to the wreckage! inspect it after her escape. The boat has, bee shifted d- e
the damage and I fully realize !T.- .' Announced- tw Moarus c..u.t,'J" I Car "Treasurer of doe Btate of by wares and is now on a reef above water.
the- severe blow it has been to i} The SbbtaQ; dramaabet. ,led) ABM C.'Lewgwertb'". Wida..rPae .- I loveliest rooms!! C
.' Hampton-bow-tub"* t7tyetlti., i iI 'Ikiperiat! 4est of PQUe Initzqtton.af -- .-- -- ;
sued<< communities as Key West,) 55-Fln Miaatea SwTt1l-< Everglades City, Clewiston, BelIe .. tar"Aliputamb i I Attorney, for' rialntlff.evil" .- .F.'. 'j :. t.F.Cqmm1I18k .f Agri uiture : TODAY IN HISTORYKnow t I'appesrs in the White House after+!1a I It i1 estimated that more .than ,'. Lwr
10 P-IJTe of KHey-nbc t.u-1t-n eCu.l 4L 6l-t_ itaberof Florida. : ,
Glade, Pahokee, Canal Point.} Hit Baker 9u15cbsItosfag : j {-Fr-i*.ur' Homestead Miami, Stuart and & Sporu- b :nr wit ceary COtar or inn } --Court of toe State -&f I ( ) < insection tour of the! .. ...
LL. .. .
others, buts still contend that we"are Meet the >T u-mb LLe.ecw1i 'srDlCJAi' i' t ettT i ida t Yw4Yps. I. !. 1 aad"L Flor-l! 1852-2i: = -year-old Ezra Meeker#I i country. 1 1j 1 j .S5 every year from causes: ei: .. .. (
U For-;On* (1> Rallvoad 'd-P brought .
MOBUI Stem Sp rt- on by high blood
s STATEop FI.O-' + j pres .
mighty lucky. f Otck. ItI'Jr..n. Bevae-cbe RIUA. IX A4&OTSIA >D. F4fIl.' !f0fylI'et tlllttee, :Commiseloner. of. the 1 and.his bride! reach Portland.Oregon ,j j 1943-The U. S. Fifth Army, I I sure. L.. ... : .
Dancing Tlro=rob' : .e ,, 1'tFlerld4- ) by ox-covered wagon S under Gen : I
Apparently, Key West. the 'rifsi .t1ACIYLC: .. ) Mark W. Clark y
< entaUn' of the Fourth
4t..1n&oahced-abd : 0
10:4: T ( I
y.e' 11.3,1
Keys portions of Miami and the: .1:00-Ie.: :::, Variety. I hr..-cba: d. bsi SIEREiI WEADC.. cnngfeuieusl r>l tr4ct of-the State a fullyear's journey. from:enters Naples, Italy. I II I! The Chinese regard a' child as :
t Lake Okeechobee News and Dance Hour-abc tt1'"tortAa, Inthe Etcbt-Fil'1ltiCon. .Indiana-Repeats trip in. 1942 by j 1945: *;
area suffered I i j President Truman orders one old at birth, Jtn4 two
Kewe. Danes Band i lire.-robe .... 'DifOSCI. : esa.o-tbe' l: 4ted State jl plane in,three days. .1.1i ; year
most Fortunately, Everglades' 1115-\gi a-. Variety to 1ab.1zo0Dancing"CpntifU.daba GEORGE. P. :3JKAITE. r : !,-for r>V Circuit Jadges.CroupsI peacetime reorganization of the,I years old.on his firsts anniver-. ,
growers can make a comebackas ; DereA4aftt.. J f.i; l. 5< S and .7 Eleventh Judielal'iClresit i 1859 -First Atlantic & Pacific#!Navy. t .
-west o ; l sary. ..,;i4'
.of the State of Florida
ORDER OP PI1BLlc.A oNTO : store in New York City. !
opens ,
truck crop operations around)f : UKOKHE P. MBA1 lJV; CLittle. :.PortOnelattfAttorner: EfeTenth |, 1946-11 top Nazi leaders con- "' .;' _
rnatolaf' Circuit cf l the State of,f 1888-,The Chinese Exclusion f "
the lake ,were not far enough! advanced Eauf Neck Roa& r demmed to the gallows inNurenberg .. ,
lerid4 : Il"
I I"r"
to prevent a quick comeback :Sbivrde, r iwmmary Babylon! ng Island!" bfor of' .Hou Bill signed by President Cleve-' .. i Portable
e'ii the
s ; r lf w T rk. : < ,_ I f lp e nf1|Ilotnd..ff... -r. 1 Handy. f
The damage to cane fields. TI_ ...'etretwi eialdird. 'w 'r_ .... beeey requiredptt pP' :;;::J.ffl {; aY '(Ile State of 1 1947! -Russia in 21st and 22ndvetoes 'Iov 1

hO'f-fver..Js. matter and;, for central meunUin standard ittndlrd.btra". .tee en.beam.tiA7tltDAy boar.; Dear divorce to.tnefae tbe s.U1e: f-emvlMjtf.atyr .rouse for :..'..J1' 'pa.j1f 1r--, ..... 1836..;:- Rural Fret;. .Delivery blocks admission to the HOT WASHERS Eaa1..thrifty;j;speedy...Kern-Tone;;; ly ..,": .
from first reports out of Clew- 1ayi'e eritf'For'rietlri.t ; U. N. of Italy and Finland.vvyyyyyTyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyy. '
'011 Or the lt Fof NeCemLer. is unbeatable! One c :
istorfir would seem' that theand ,A. It. .1548. etturwieettealtegatloas : ,tit.C4rceeU Co rt. ', ;. ItW The Los Angeles Timesdynamited ; i a.:; ': ,
".iFor.:JiKlse-CrlmlaaJ 43o. rt.f Recfeftlkiiir'Crlfntaal $26.95 and 3695. covers: wallpaper :
eta win. be i
OCiOitiia caafa j !
Unites i SI!aies Sijfear Company .2. .. oM "' """ '9 u' -In. labor'war- :ltilie. .
eosle..ed.Tbirder5o- paint, plaster.One '' ,
? }'t':, court ofof -I9l8-i- Americans battle the tI STRONG ABM BRAND CUfTEETMUMrfH ; ..
: '
individual -.J be'pa1)feked. e t I f "' .
pie cane growers I' M- ; ELECTRIC FANS hour drying. .
R ,
a week foe four oa-ttCHUir '.r4>kato : Germans in the Argonne- .worldWar i t.
have been hit pretty hard. :11bs: : staySlwpreb '.FDi .CJHk' the Criminal Court> Noosinty"odorlThompson / :
Tb* Key Rest C1tU* : Lts.- .
Ckrus growers in the famed .saeppcr.- rnaedai-abe.'<< pifMibUaMMl 1a-I&elay.etierWest tlbi'eiLtt6tr'. : t I I. ,' : I I COFFEE f 5.45 to $41.95 '
: Btrnyara t"'omcU ,' Florida.' L' : : tiMY. County 1920-Ponzi, Boston s''-'wizard' Enterprises-]'
Indian| River country took t{ ,JO-Mind 11JnnU-llbe : : .. Cork ,ti J ,
:> hf.a:: .ANI) ORDJ-Up tW Jflth I 6f MILL '
beating, and individual losses tot\ :4Hu.rk Vp;ey..Folks=tuba ,day 44 SeptembeS. A.. P.: ,.tt ..-1 _j.TV*._realty: Assessor .of Taxes.Fat I finance indicted. 1 f I t Hardware D1TWda'4 J ;: ''t2nt
toJR-Frank JlerrJweU' ( 1.u.J ROBS C SAW lea Cettstor. 1941-United States promises I I Phone *tS ;. '..1 '
and Prama-uto TROPICAL TRADER I!. :
growers shippers there. will t pa' :(lottnty B.iierisheade.t or 4
Bed Barber l.1ubl1oua.-ba> Cterk *f Ctr<* curbMares f: Stalin abundant war supplies in -1. : : : :,
probably be'' heavy. It usually I .Tk4.lw 1w y.0-ab. ... c. &"'r.' inatida ('ethosinetxaetLa'Fes j+ ;\Att, Grocers I ( '
his \ "
: Ht'T'- of Eeltie4ra$5o.$ .war with Germany. \ 718 Duval Street Phone 1000 "'
develops, however, that first reports -1 t030-Arcbts: Mary Lee.Andrew Taylor.Tal'i-cba.'Crama: -.nb Jay:: MJ :AnneC." ilesutr i+oagssorttt CJert; ...,.rt Tons ]1S berB Hoard of : 1942-President Roosevelt re- ...&.........A.a. Aa.a.aal I If I '

} are exaggerated and Indian'River Uov-tsit tadekaebeNewe jIDf''ALAN B."C7 neRE;.JR.. 4ioeiifdr CrWatnsioaern INnirietaw -- -- -- ,- .
growers will probably J : Let's Pretend- :ba At".lw FJaJBtiff- .'. ,a.Ieorr' Fires anb of the 1 __L '" '
., I Abbott .Coateus-abo ._t.J a ." M ra -- ;-- -- ---- --- ,
"wind up the season in as good'if 1 1not' JoIeY" CttiaShaw-mbs: : 'Cukair'13.re of Palette Instruction.Ui ;; '- .Lh'
.. .
;treat, ABd 6.Fof .
{better shape than growers in liao: SmBJnf Ed .IcCotiull-nbo. ,Ilt "nIE'CIAn''I'rot..r' i'UEEeEr'atT8 ivr#aiie J fcdK .. .
othercitrus sections where'no Junior Miss. Drama-.cb. : : siaucies RC\'IT, fear;:J tlr\\e Ct f *be Peace in and -
1'u.Tsea i Club-mba -, OF 4'ME'sTA7'B 41 r. LO>Rfn : :: :
u.r'.u.- ;
; i ii t.e. ...
damage dcae'due to the. fact n4NKolb1abi : !
was it ,.... IX A4U VUt1 ry.its else.:''io.t.';la :. Mtt. 3. .., .... ,
tha\ these Indian River folks 12:oo-.Th Junior: Juactiaa-roc er'ot'Tpda lcba, i e-ueb1'a c.-e H!Ii"_., is-...'....r .. owtnc' :Poe :O aetare jart&W IMotrtrt in *od fr VUiTfu.tbe: fol-1, .,,. ;,'-."

through: cooperation intelligent U O-rCottee In .Washlnrton-nbo NAVARBO-ISC.: a l'Vrysra lost )(0.:J.,To.Jti '11: I ...
and EzIvUng: : trader .. :
brand advertising and generally Grand Central Drama b. I ( aa4ed KT !J
smart operation, have been able American,, 'atner-ab and ly virtueof zhe-iawb.otthe 7s BUBM>DT Wiiereof I Rave *rt'1.uet6.t.aJI' .
State -Flortaa.- ; *. and and affixed the.
OO-Fata tlomenba .
toJ make moneys out of other cit County fair.and-JUsIt- b. BU '.iwat Real of t.!** Ktate of Fwrida..I '.. .jf....;'
: and their Luauheon latervicwe. -abc : is'Tallahsnser.tbe Oat>M l, ibistlte'.i&eeyftrst''dey 1"
rus'sections keep :
sec- : '
j CLALu. -FOS8.F >Of Aunist :......
Smoky 51t Hay ride-mba Defsdant + ., ;
tioru'and: their famed brand ontbp'of 1:39- ,: A;.A I9/i. I
Ed TomlM ..
> 6nTalknbe ,it l : the heap. ,. To Clye De apdTka QuU-cb. : Leerr.rAtrctalu r.. 8f'4'IW'taZY of 8t a tie. (<
Anaouaoed-abc .
R The poor folks I am sorry for 1:4IJaIo': SL-SaeL'nbe200t.aace ; eta> Y'MI4C41jiiulro isas'iew.ebw..w.114Wft '- 1.. : -Boa.'', er1Ja. A., Saet'yep Sheriff "
:3saree County.CARDS j
are] the' owners of fishing boats fiaiML'TlmecbsFasctwttn TO: O**>4 W. F _. 'J-1 -11-U: :' ti
and pleasure craft who took an | Rbythm-abu Satra 8elralaitigCom i iavid, "- ... !1.. .
Tim tar l4eIyor-mbs tU S. naval suuiou. i w s: r.e a
I T awful rap at Key West and other) 230--: {>oU) u' Gam*-cba NodoJk. b iriBia..' ." 'f s
points whert their .'boats were 1 SaturdaySession 'Toare hereby .hqUir .'tv'- appear -r'i" -AI n.t -. 1I8 11b, irRrrl
r Vuoitall Can.-mbs a
to tbe Kill of CorairijUBt ta'.lhe:
tossed on shore 'and battered to 1 2:4 S-lbvttan'Gawe-also. abate to&rJ.NS cause on.or/K r- pieces"1 li '"'the' storm. I have a :0ft-DUzv DeanSpoH>r-Bbe hot 4ay. --.* Novesahr. 'l."i.LISU"ottww..l ;tALt.MARt} s
i F Takes Number-ntbeea.t ,.* tbe ,a.Ue< that. I j
little'boat Bay
on Tampa j: fUTi> Be'Announced-nbc will be takea anTU IOI tweed.'. .
use for pleasure, fishing and I' b.34-Mak. Order to loweek be'putJiaIle .pnrea
Way for Tauth-.cbs > !{
kric w how I would feel if my lit. 'Xusicn )euarana-abe fee fear eow.ec iveseeks. ; : ONe a Modeh
THE KIT WEST asew.papereablised 1 1su
.Tat l"aieembaeut1Iftx..uIe
tie(old "Queen Mary" were manhandled ) or at ."':.t t\>stM -,I' T'
( Dor-Drama-nb oro C....n.y, Florida; .: '
by a storm and I was .weekly: Cpmmentary-abc. .. Oone and Order at ,,evRle4.:)
called upon to go out and lookat Monroe County. Florida tbta: .19k
the wreckage. County a battleground between: day SEAL At)Sejrtembf-r.Roos A.C'IX1MI.SAWTKR.Clerk ., *. ". The HOBBY SHOP

First reports of the over-aU :! Republican States Rights and of the. CircuitCourt;
damage estimate the loss at ap j I!I Democratic forces; all three Monroe County Florida I10S Divisloa Street Phone 91 ,
i prcecimately twenty-five million 1]j II camps"claim they will carry tbe By (lid) Kathleen eputy No.Hage Clerk, \r r 6

dollars; which is a lot of jack but} county: Always' a Republican j J. T. Porter IV.P1aintikt. Open Sun. 8 'u.'to Noon.IICIIII1BJRiI'tllllJBlllIiiIt1UIr

nowhere near as much"as it I',F stronghold, it looks like Orange Solicitor. tor out. '.I5-.U! : aalllllUlWUI"

T would !have been if the center of :I would 'go:for Dewey and at the --

; the storm had hit Miami andj J| wine, time give its congressional aaAJ., ......... ........ ................. .......'. .......:: :...;., ,....:....................:....i... V
!|I Marcellus J. Moss, I -
traveled up the length of the j candidate a '
East Coast or had struck the good, majority. Thurman ha t : f

populated areas of central Flor-, strong support and it is a tossup -

\ ida:or the West Coast ay to whether he or Truman I If FOR SALE I c Iii. 1 l 1 1'I' I

The Miami Daily News labeled will run second.OJd : t 1, II ?

;: i the storm an "ox-cart hurricane", Line Party Democrats, led el 1 .

i t because of i its slow movement by Senator Pepper are screaming --
't whf ch made it very difficult tot] 'and'-1j.ibeir hair-ia m effort '..- t, 1

t weather observers to Pey'tre.cki; &1W.1d.. coiaxty fur Truman t WhiteNEWSRINT

i of at and caused severe damage ; but froija reaction I encoun-
II i to the particular areas where Itt tesl.don't: appear to be F 9 r
wined almost slalionary. Votersknow ,fie s I Inl ftY r : eI
re making mpch .headway. I ,.
t' WHile over Florida it took the tl1at.'they are not obligated [ i I n t't'u'

sto m 30 hours to travel only 250 by.oath.as far as a general election

.. mil E IS.- i*.concerned and since they )
couple of days after the I can't ftomach. Truman they will .

stolm passed I had occasion to vote'for either Dewey or Tbur. f 500 $beets' u' i

1 drive from Tampa to Orlando. man.\f.1hfy'Vote.: at all. :

kept a sharp eye open for any J Congressional candidate AL J. 25 u'o

evidence' of damage along the' Moss .is: pushing his Democraticopponent [ 8it'll..f) : C : I
l route but could find absolutely Sy.d Herlong and his I wJ.yI

t none which indicated that the appeal;for two-party system in ON SALE EVERYWHEREBall r

i damage was confined to a- small Florida Is finding? favor with a 1 jt .

i path over'which the center traveled lot'of folks'throughout the district THE'

i! strong and enough outer in winds other were sections not ,;and/With a,' a Republicanepongress'Republican President -1 If[ Artman: Press J Jt Point Pens. i$1.00 Alarm Clocks. . ,un. *3.45

i to even blow fruit from the- |In t1if! .ofictl; they are beginning

} treas.a ; to wonder i1it, > might not be a Pocket Watches. .,.,. .,2.50_ Wrist Watches _. ... ..7.45 J!

{ a But getting way from the. good Idea .to send a Republican!t t CITIZEN BUILDING I + PHONE 51 = .- ..' "
tropical storm and turning to the: congressman *o represent them ii ,

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......................... WATER LEAKS -.J I I The American Association forth

People's s Forum COATS FOR A WOgKI.NG GIRL1 BllDSa.ET.; :. the Continued office of City From Manager Page Oner-1 Ralph I 1'back JkdVnceni to 1848 ,400 6t of years Science ago..goes"

"................... ... i t. D. Spaldintftf"'>> ;A i\ ) I Subscribe To The Citizen. r

'..... ClU... ..t__.. .IRe.- On the first fW of the halL1!
..... Iti .... 1fodes.of\ the Moment '
f tae views r* : ...
Police Fire
_... bet 'lae 4itr. re.ew'e. theTia.t water leaked into and ,

..* era t..Mere4 delete llh any.l..Iter. .r...irktok w.rr I "f' : r' : Headquarters: -it .was not-* r go tide FASTEST way
..te.. The w...... .....$.. fc. By DO&OTHY.ROESTADIUM :-- ---. '. bad there as.during the storm;
lair ..* ...11.. the letter t. baches'ot.wafers .
.There was'two z six
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ano ..* write .. I'"' 47 minutes to
.f Ike mmmtr .m\j.\ !.t...l.re mltfc ; in Fire Headquarters on I
... tfce'lHen. :
writer.... will> fce -.y..........* ..- N V sty September 21. MIAMI vcP
.ICM .r*....,.. .tketwUe.HELP 1 Y A ( a y"aL -HHn water als be<;n leaking .
3r Y into the office of Circuit Court
BOYS AND GIRLS <:"'. ': 9P Clerk Ross C- Sivryer this morn- DAILY
ing. Attaches of the clerk's office
The Citizen: -
Editor rt 1 : had a lot of work to get the permanent SERVICE
{ I have 'noticed wine il"1f.rove- :-'. -- r rt"V i4- records of- the office out
t menu in our city for the past sev- -: or harm''N3Y' "
r. : CALL 1084 ;
eral years. Can we not coneenI N--. 1 i ... > .
I .tr te on our boys and girls Sug- .- or your travel*gtnlKiffiB
gest the City-countyVn 1 School::: \ Your Grocer SELLS That Gooc':
board work on a plan whereby the
municipal stidium. (Wickers ...t t STAR BRAND 11 '
J field) be made a play gMul1 I for >i.tI : I FBi
ani girl. It cou' 1 t 5575, a ii 1 ..
your boy your J I Jgg5fflCOFFEE i ia II.. I,.;"
; be made suitable! for b* blI.1'i Ji D \.. (I
football, etc.. also provide space a -Try A Pound Today- j
J where mothers can le:1\"e'their little I b I ****" a"'MI** I IJST
ones &t a nominal cost; unter I Ii I -- --
i supervision while they do their., ; j "' '
housework ani emnis. 'I t -
Since our schools have nst the. tt ', i it
i space, the writer suggests the use !I ,. srM;a" .a.. > i
J of the stadium.: Let's all get together REDUCING W

schools, churches, fathers, ;
i mothers and there will be 1c:stalk i1I i aehie
: of Juvenile rtelimuen'-v '* ; / few
WELL WISHER. ft ;xK' 1 ? 1 r,. meet

-Key West Fla, 1 J' ONT i today
.Sept.'30, 1913.THANKFUL. ''''''!' "g ': BOil GOING form
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FOR OFFERS jt. L v I I:1 Regular SALE i Jamal'then

.Editor, The Citizen:, Price PRICE
Automatic Electric; Washing- -Machine,
item t. _
published: an IR
abQut Recently the sinking you of; my b-x.t in 1 ,, : Y .i .I-rAii with pump .._ ____ _____' __-!_*. $149.50 S13SJO
the loss of all equipment sn'l per- k, t I' Hotpoiat;; De Luxe Ranges -----'' 339.50 29940 l 1f45.Thu
sonal property. Apparently! your I I Porcelain Table-Top 30-GaL Water Heaters 136.00 110.00
paper: is read by a great m :ny ro lt? a, ) 15-GaL 220-Vclt Square-Type Water Heaters 96.00 69.50 eat'
people In Key West because I r< I White Porcelain Folding Kitchen Tables .. .. 14.35 1245 : ;- in urF'

have 9ce} been delugel with of- 6 '.... I 3-Qt. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers ?.95 7.35 in Ke
fers. of help some of which in- j e A Qt. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers 11.25 9.23 Key
cluded free Use of a whole house tfJ -- i. w. 8-Qt. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers 19.50 16.50 achievfewer
of cash...ani lothes. zh
bad off. Pyrex Glasses (Sets of 8)). &. S. 12-Oz. Sues at 23% OFF '."
I not
However am so V h. its
The boat was raised ani the steel t > Colored Pyrex Refrigerator; Sets ------..-- 2.95 245
I hull is undamaged without a sin- iI r r -: 8CapChrome Electric Coffee Perculators 15.50 1245 age inhabvibes n
I gle leak, '.and the engine only \ t.r 8-Cap SUex Coffee Makers .-'_ 4.75 3.95
needs drying; The entire insides, I Metal Kitchen Wall and Base Cabinets at _._ 10% OFF patio
>> from_stem to stern,was demolished Ycungslown 48", 54", 66" Kitchen Sinks at 10% OFF do all
t .$ *and-with all equipment, has to S? General Electric Westinghouse Premier are

be restored, but this cost is com- Y..t w Vacuum Cleaners at __ __ __ _____ -_ 10% OFF um
.. ,. t a .l
paratively slight compared to no -- __
Cast Iron Skillets with Dutch Ovens 3.95 2.SO Carol

boat'I request at all space for this letter in STAR Completely reCAMPUS OR OFFICE Smart Soap Box Derby Wheel Sets --- 4.95 WO

order \o thank you and all the rersible box coat of leopard sten- three-quarter coat in fleecy wool, BOMBAY: LAMB? Jell, no. But it's the best E the ato
Other Items As Much As 30% Discount 1I
people and also who to remark offered.that to help although me died fabric, lined in ichite "teddysuede.. Trimmed in leopard-Ilk,. ', imitation a girl can buy in a coat that's really Many sizepolio

previous to the .hurricane I bear" cloth' tcilh detachable hood. fabric. Both tccre designed by'' fuuiic. This i* styled tcilh a stole scarf, has '

thought I could count all my For school budgets. Judy Nell. snatching hat.CiRFFP as

friends several on the fingers of one hand I. un ._. .. ,, \ HOME APPLIANCE CO. In
with fingers clenched :; :' h Inc: betty
.now find: I need my toes as an aid I <; ., U. S
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'well. The of these I. ,
as discovery 1abode
friends is easily worth the dim-: I 0 :. 605 Simonton: Si Phone 11.a..auaaaaaaaauaaaaauaaautaaaaaauuuauua
ages of about $1,500() !and I consider E i.
tl .
I t the money well anl: g!'l ilyt t .eatsts, .
spent j I I
f Key West Fla, s.. r p t{ grate

j Oct. 1, .1948. d i 1! PEARMAN'5'INCORPORASED diets as m

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.. ItZ I totlsotComm

West's Largest LADIES'; MISSES' end CHILDREN'S: Store have
.j' -. I a the mPk
: CORNERaiwwww..ww. I +3'bee

I This Store Will Be Closed and .
Monday Tuesday
J. :Dental examiniations and dental I I cufaititlAlso
i ,carp are among the Veterans j ,, Due To Jewish Holidays I II

f Administration benefits about I amenlof
1 which inquiries arc often m.--Je 'f'f'f .

Answers to these and other ques- ; I I I $4 J WHEN YOU THINK OF SHOES mterrl In stby
tions are obtained" from the VA t
i '
this colu-nn 7 re
and published in by
r Key West Citizen as a service to ; THINK OF policecities
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zY' ii1i4
.. bur' :veterans.Q Do World. War II vcter-ns y4; 1 k F s' rota cf rr) PAfMAN5i guards
who are entitled to out-patient i! !
dental care have the right to select %. ;:,,J.. t atM1e, t '
.I any dentist they want? I fj1j I 1: I
'.A: Where Veterans Administration ., A
j dental clinic service ;is Iot'I I l tAw
feasibly available, the VA has : I
adopted the policy tint 'I entitled; to outpatien1ent" I "aaM +;
; sels arE
care at the expense of VA may
I Waway
choose; any dentist participating ; If f r Key
in the program of dental care of : ) X j jsuuthw

I disease veterans.tQ: If or a;'was veteran injured('.mtr'1rte-.l in line: of.n -1 i j Fi L, I4Li flea tire the bystation,

duty while he was in service is r ,
the line- f-duty determination: as ..-..-'..._ i.' .J anti-air
made by departments of the Armed riri WOOTIHE Sturdy WINTER SWANK ALL /Jl'IlIJSCO.iT; I I will be
i Services, binding on Veterans rnmrr Smart, tccll-st\Ied' : : i iunfurred For here you can always find is kind of sho:- you may
Administration? coats nithin, the modest budget. Left, ? ? CCf rcitli detachWhite teddy bear cool, 'J'rrIllnger : be in need cf fcr yourself. your girl or boy. We always ,

I I' A the; No.Service However Departments, the recordof generally frill-back, stcaggtr collared fleece. Right, C"e belt, roomy icith detachable hood. Rnrrymorc collar deep I carry a large assortment including: SUCH BRANDS AS: Tbi'

will be accepted in determining fitted dressmaker coat relret trimmed. pocfots, big collar. Favorite fashion for the cuffs, in Jiuly Holt Sundial Poll Parrot. Wculherbiril

.line-of-duty: status of diseases Both by Judy Nell. Budget priced. knit fierce. Robert Johnson and Rand i
and injuries, unless consid- young. .... I
erations and legal 'presumptions .-_ __ _- ----..-.---- ---- _.. -- -- --- Peters Foot Pleasure: Style Stride
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-- -- ----- --- ----- - ---- -- -. --, ---- -- M00'the
I of" the various .laws warrant a Trim Tred Fashion Craft and
different "finding. I I I II matoes" "Gardenia Culture" and Yearbook, entitled; "GrasL" Most''of \ i' Coffee berries<<: were fistu.!!i i j One/African crocodile) is said aut
j t
Q: Does the age of WorK Ww Congressional( "Revised Feed Formulas for Chic- the book is devctsd to a discus- :. not as drink but as a food worked ;- | to have tilled, and catsn: between: Oilier Nationally Advertised Dram) railroaqcrossini

I. l.-and"World War II veterans-affect I & t kens." This year-, Office of Food .*ion of moans: of development and'. into paste form like.. chocolate! 'i j i 40 and 50 people .before it was: of ae'
the amount of compensationor j I Conservation of the! Departmentof maintenance of pasture lands. bars. chot '
Grist MillBy \ TO ., fast rat I
pension pail:: to then I Agriculture also prepared a There arc however three chnptsrs --- OUR READY WEAR DEPT. the tra!
/A: Compensation is not affect abut : dealing! :specificallywith:: the The Nils crocodile is said to I Gen ;;llY .shaking: th? olderI '
pension for non-service-.- i HEP. GEOR'GE SMATHERS pamphlet called "Money Saving plinking dhd care cf lawns, one of kill more human beings than: ary I I oyster: are the more tender their j neer e-1
nected permanent, total disability; I.I i Main Dishes" which cont'ins which has to do with problems of other wild creature 'in Africa. ''1 meat I is Chuck Full o fall the Neir Things for to his the aut I!
is increased when the beneficiary Many of the agencies and l about fifty pages of recipes. My lawn cultivation! in tha: warmer ---. .
reaches the age.of 65. who is of authorityon regions of the United States. posit KM
wife mere an 1.1 I
.. Q: I have completed my job- (partments: of the! government e-I II such things thin I, assures me We will be glad to send to those I FAI.L AND WINTER only t i
training course ani fini that I Ip3 'e anj i..sue printed material I that the suggestions: ; costa;nd in who are interested: copies of the THREE HOTELS 'IN ThiIAI\lI\ at POPULAR PRICES suit of
gtill have ent'ent time left .various subjects! which they the pamphlet are very good. 1943 Yearbook or of the little __ i I'i'
mill See the
I under: the educational provisionsof I'sider to be of interest to the con-I I Probably the most valuable cookbook: as long ES; our supply Located( in the Heart of the City Come -
i- the G-I BilL WilM be'permit 'lie. From time t*> time publication of the Department of lists. We will also; furnish lists of RATES WIRE 'i New Dresses Tailored and Dressmaker E
ted to go to another school for the j\these publications are made av: l- j Apiculture! is the Yearbook. The available "Farm Bulletins" to ROOMS! WHITE or I ,
1 remainder of my entitlement? fable to members of Congress for I Yearbook of Agriculture was formerly anyone who would:: like to c- .ler REASONABLE for RESERVATIONSwith Suits Coats Skirts.
i A: If you have entitlement'{free '.'btribution.I a,I an unattractive publication, these pamphlets. BATH and TELEPHONE i Toppers,
time left, you may use. the remainder -i I f The Dsprrtment cf AgriciUture''1 I an! the valuable information it In writing my office for: these: and
- I either for job training: or for educational training with mot:; varies material. For Exm-: those who would have benfited complete return address. Oftenwe Here You Will Always Find A Large Variety
Veterans Administration prior. ap i j pie every yarr that department is- must by it. Since r.bout 1323. however : receive letters some of themon Hotel) Hotel Hotel) ,
proval. sues a list of "Farm Bulletins". ,. the Department has issueda matters of great importance to !F" ALL AT POPULAR PRICES .a
.. I 60 N.E.: 3rd St. 226 NX.: 1st Are. WaitW
I which are available! for distribu-' i well-arranged very readable the miters from people who fail 80 Rooms 100 Room ,29 NE lit ATe iI 1
(Veterans wishing further information :tion free or at av nominal cost.I yearbook. ;tj do this. If the person writing Elevator Elevator 80 Rooms GET THE HABIT of SHOPPING atPEARL''AN'5
about veterans' benefits These booklets deal with almost : A number of these yearbooks such a letter is not listed in one Solarium Heated Elevator
!nay have their questions ;answered -j ti-tles I are made available to congress- of the telephone-directories of the "
.by Writing the nearcst'tVA office I'iren: each year at'J,we have: j justreceived district,,. we are unable to( reply or 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION .
.) ______ 1 Any: Mear'tb\ "Late Btiht of To- :: ;!; O-JT allctinint! of the 13i 5S i be of cny :.ssi.tc:: : at all. '_ ...' .; ... __ amatr.r
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