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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 2, 1948
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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vOL LkIX. No 235 KEY WEST. FLORIDA SATURDAY OCTOBER 2, 1948 PRICE FIVE GENTS: i! i;

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A YOL'TIIFUL DEWEY ADMIRER[ "G IVF.S"* AND TAKES" IN MONTANV 1

Building Permits In I:City Awards ,$51,950 '



1st 9 Months Total t : t II I I ,

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I rcr I It I'Street !fBa ingiBid: To

More Than Million y ,i
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New' Construction Totals $1,103,234, I sI y Finley Smith Compaiiy I II

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Against $777,134. In Nine r ... I

I #. ,+ ,City Manager 1 SWtldillg'/ Allotted' "'
Months Last Year "J
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I ; Truman Back 1 I Total Of $55,000 ; -
ForProposeConstruction. -
A total of $1.103,234 in new construction has gone ahead in n.P. t .
Key West In the first nine months of this year. Building Inspector k i !I I .

Errol V. Sawyer reported today to City Manager.Ralph D. Spalding.I ., f .,. Work .
The total of $1,103,234 represents an increa=e of $326,100 over b 1 '!'In Willte-House

the first nine months of 1947, when the new construction totaled l City Commissioners lest night On special section voted unanS .

$777,134 for the period. S imouily to award the estimated $51450 street paving{ 'contract to

During the month of September this year permits taken out Ca* '' .rte After I! Tour I ins Finley Smith Company of Dania. Fla. -

called for new: construction totaling $117,090 a substantial amount 1 The Smith bid was considerably below the other three bids xbi t

above the new building- erected here in September, 1947. In September 1 Dewey To Confer 'i milled The city will furnish the material' to the South., Florida
last year the permits is-*-.- -- ---- (;p> Wirephoto t I contractor. -

sud totaled $73,435.: I With Dulles; Wallace j City Manager Ralph Spalding told the city commission that he :
$6,000 to Kenneth A. Archer to
; THIS YOUTHFUL AMATEUR CAMERAMAN (extreme right) ,at Helena. Montana. knows a !
The biggest permit issued last had made arrangements with' the county that was perfectly fair to ,
move and remodel building at a thing or two about getting his photo subject to p ose just right. ;The subject is GOT. Tnotnut i- t Adds $20,000 To
month was to Joseph Zorsky. 727 cost of $7,400 to E. A. Strunk. ...(both parties con erntd. :
; Dewey the Republican presidential nominee. First, the youngster gave Dewey an apple. And
Division street who that is will going to Seidenberg avenue to build a now. he has backed off a few steps to snap his picture of the !governor holding the apple. Mrs. His Campaign Fund I Under the agreement the City !. II
construct a building contain frame residence at cost of $6,000 Leave Here WithInfant's will
12 moms and, bath at a cost: a Dewey sits beside her husband. Dewev looked o ver Helena's Main street known as "Last Chance IK? TfcrWASHINGTON A.--.A Pr..., I IJ I pay the county lOc per yard '
for the marl> plus the of the
To C. E. Smith Jr, 1005 Semin- use :
Gulch" in the old then addressed bout 7.000 Montanans.
of $20,000 at Cactus Tegace. mining days .. Oct. 2-President -
ary street, to build a frame residence I Navy crusher This is the same
The next biggest permit issuedin I J Body
Truman returned to the
contract now entered into by the +
at a cost of Ra,000, to Percy: - - r- --
September was >11.uou1& a iL.'i ToH-l 2V 7 Patterson :avenue! White Howe today after his political .i' Navy and the County Under thiS

concrete block commissary build to build a frame residence at a [ tour that took him as far I Ir and ;Mrs. James Me teal f, .'I agreement the City will not make
ing beach at which Martello will Towers cost .county$17,000 ,, cost of $5,500. ani to iq and Mrs. I RUSSIA BACKS DOWN west as California and ao. far No 1-C Fort Taylor, left on: a profit from the County and vice
south as Texas. versa. If an. arbitrary unit
price
:J. Webber, Flagler avenue, to I(I
National Air Lines
Charles Toppino and Sons are the after his he Thursday by
Shortly arrival had been set for the marl then
!build a frame residence at a cost
contractors. l began to dispose of many domestic for Texarkana Ark. accompanying -!I either the City or the County
Permits for homes were issued!lof $7,000 BUT NOT ENOUGH ON matters that hai piled up on ; the body of their infant'f would have profited on the transaction
last month to D. C. Matthew !I P. E. Eaer took out a permit to his desk since his absence, and daughter, Mittie Ann, who diedon

Johnson street for a concrete build an 2.500 addition to the also to get the latest news about Wednesday in Naval HoSpital. Huge Stockpile
block building to cost $8,000.; to, Baer market at 503 Olivia street, the international situation Burial will be on Saturday aft- Another saving to the City will t'
Jose Machin. 917 Eaton street for while Paul Sher took out another I ATOMIC BOMB ISSUES Besides, he will prepare for his (errtoon in the family plot in Tex- be the establishment of a huge
a frame residence to cost $7,500. permit to remodel and make general speaking tour next week in Perm arkana. stockpile at Dredger's Key for the
to William J, Cassidy, 928 United repairs on his store. 608 Du sylvama. New York and New Jersey I, Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf will De contractor's use of rock' and sand
street for a frame nome_ to costTREVOR val street, at a cost of $3,000 To And I' His address in New York !gone for 30 days and their addressis The contractor will be requiredto : I i

-- ----_-. _-_ __ __ ____ i Agrees Military Inspection 'I will be the first of at least three 'Ark 1002, Fergfuson St, Texarkana; put' m.a storage plant for as.
he intends to deliver there before phalt. All expenses relative to
Control At Tlie Same Time Rut NEPHWeekToBe I
the November 2 election carrying the materials etc, to and
BIDSFAREWELL Governor Dewey u due to from the
arrive \ stockpile on Dredgers
Siru To BeOperated '
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VishinsJty98 Sincerity; ; Doubted in Albany late this afternoon b TO I Key will be borne by >Fmley!
I Observed First, he is scheduled to confer Smith Company!

TOCHAMBER Oly Thv AMwla<.4 Prr.. with John Foster Dulles on for- !( UponJoseph Paving oi the contemplated .j
PARIS Oct. Following Deputy Foreign Commissar Andrei' eign affairs. Dulles yesterday: lift city streets -ill be accomplish- 1!
I Vishmsky's denunciation yesterday of the United States: President Paris by plane; to amve in Albanyfor ed by January: with work to
Truman and Governor Dewey while discussing the atomic bomb he Here Oct. 3-9 the conference with'Dewey. Sirugo. local contractor, tart about Uw IStfe of this
:' Today Senator Alben Barkley is will be operated-upon :this afternoon month.' .
BD. surprised the,delegates at the United Nations uciiion today by back I
) campaigning in Minnesota. Last at Municipal 'Hospital, it Commissioner Louis Carbonell ,.
down a,bn frcro the stand Russia had taken since the .
ing diSCWI-1 I Jeff Knight Of Honda night Wallace spoke in Ins An- \announced today 'spoke in f KiifefgC'essary of go "
1 dons, of. atomic:...energy. '-in. UN conferences- began more than year,' Raga .* geleand! Hollywood.'Inxt.b-Ut\ k.y svnigo} JirviccrftErw5.!'trtfrc-Ji JiKW ( K 1fJ jOLlwm'',r*'>
j'Sily Si tiIY (lu'Hc l, f '1 1Application S tale Emr1oyment'I ter place{ -he succeeded: in raising: Monroe 'dM.mty"1'H e: Improvement -f lions of Flagler avenue and Carr

The American proposal: for the berice Ghes i Details $20,000 for his campaign fund. Association. i. line Street. Carbonell wanted that
Built Into I 33 Bird Species international control of the atom I : ------ ..-- portion of Flagler paved 11"005th
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Of ArtitilyI to 18th street and the portion of
bomb provides that an inspectionof

Anything The 1[ Seen In Key West every member nation of the I I i I InTeasmfg suitable job opportunities Three Idea Men Receive' factory Caroline and street charter near boat the docks.Turtle
UN b" made to delrrrine it military '
To In +
Dredge for the! physically handicapped Not Practical
DesireAccording installations before? the international -
People In a recent trip around the will b objectiveof At the conclusion: of the meet
I a major r
= control established: i +
I I is Cash Awards For i ing. Spalding told CommissionerCarbonell
Devices. :
island of t-'t
to the vision of Key Key West Stuart Whit- but Russia had in..istpi on ron the fourth annual National Em- : that it wca't' be practical -
ing, president of the Monroe trolling the manufacture of the / i .Handicapped -
Welters and the cooperation that Icy'Wcst BightArea I ploy the Physically I 1 to pave Flagler avenue at this J >
I I
exists among them this city can Countv Audubon Societv counted bomb before making the inspection I week' <, which will be observed in Suggestions From t !time, and that if funds were available -
do almost anything that the I 33 different species of'birds he I Key Wept an1 throughout ,the I I that 'a portion of Caroline
people desire to be done. I told the Key West Lions Club Molotov had said: and Vishin-I I'|I Is At Fool Of I':tat" and nation from October 3 Civil Service Empto).es leadingman pipefitter, engineer streetauld be paved. The reason .
during a talk before the mem. I ment had been voiced by 9. Jeff H Knight Jr.. ant: for having to
repair
through by-pass Flagler
So said Edwin F. Tievor outgoing I department awarJj ave-
president of the Key West I I bership Thursday even.ng skv on several occasion( fiat! any j, Grime street AloiiI ; I II(I manager of the Key West officeof Awarded The of $10 was made for his suggest j nue at this time is that the road- -
also talked about I such inspection would he a violation i I t
the
Chamber of Commerce, at the I Whiting I LouHI Owned. ISvMINI. II the Florida State Employment in the correction of way is low and ajy paving job .
I Wet Naval Station ; a safety hazard :
of Russia
soven.t1t.; : Key
Board of Directors' meeting of bird life on the Upper Ke>+ and I Service said today. I would not last unless the foundation -
told how the Audubon Society Today Vishinsky, in announcing; | I A Ie committee ,i Was built Under the
the yesterday. I : Bortha M. blonc community: up. present i
organization I Beneficial suggestions checks I Letters of commendatioq ;
that the
his concession proposed | were
was making regular trips to the I;;sponsoring the "week" hell its set-up. water would soon disintegrate -
members Trevor for thanked their the board various islands above Kev West. I I I control ani the inspection b* done II i Mrs. Berlin M Slonc. 655 I!first riveting Sept. 23, and made were awarded to three cjyil} *erI I sent. to Mr. Munro J. Horne and.:, the rp+!d}' ay. T"gs"z.! : ** -s"

attendance during cooperationand the last It was announced that five 1 tat I the same time I j: Greene street. has applied to the I plans for an: intensive local cam ice employees of the U. S Nival j Mr. Cecil. Ranew for their suggestions !,of its paving.Finlev .{j

In statement to the members of the local Lions Club Warren Austin, chief delegate;: I(|paign ta: find suitable jobs for disabled Station Key West, during the | Smith bid will totalSS1.95a.
year.; a general I from the United States said he Corps of Army Engineers in this The Navy Department attaches j I, .
.
would attend the meeting! veterans ani other handicapped : but Spalding has allotted
zone
membership said: I past month aggregating a total of{
great
importance to the subnus-j
*It is my sincere wish that the -of the Lions at Rcdlanr' next 1 doubtei the sincerity of Vichn.. !district with offices in Jacksonville i| persons Knight said. I 5250 00.Ramon_ I sion of constructive beneficialsuggestions f S55.000 for the paring work,
He "Whats
the Chamber of Tuesday night. They will be : sy's proposal. asked for a permit to dredge ant "As our committee met hUn- |J Other expense will be the Nuttm -
activities of about fie: American Gonzaga.' ringr, cnci- i by civilian employees '
"
wrong proposal t I
during Lawrence Dion Albert DiNegro fi'l! u K"j West Bight at her i jdreds of communities throughout t Commerce can increase and to what part of it does | n "er and repair department hit : which will result in improvementor
similar estimated
the next year and that progress Jr., Allan Hampton, Herman Russia object lie aided that, if property at the foot of Greene : the country were holding the jackpot by receiving the largest j economy m the operations of.; other at about. UOO and
On Six Orion and Fred Miller meetings:: in preparation for the'I material tostt.The
Continued Page ) j
( Vishinsky was sincere. why dil street I award, as $115 was paid: him the department. The Navy Dene !
I .
annual NEPII Week observance {' Finley Smith bid was $5 75
anintiBnmiiniimiiiiiiiiwniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiu{ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiKJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimini{ { '"nii_she not favor the investigation of It i.:> proposed tj dredge rn irregular I I Knight said. "In this community,1 for his beneficial suggestion This II ficial Suggestion Program encourages per ton for the first 3.000 tons and
I:.military installations in Russia ; -shaped area across the entire +: NFP1I Week will mark thelaunchin ,I Ii employee designed a device for creative thinking and affords'I i i?5.50 per ton for all tons beyond '
handling anchor chain by a means through which employes'
before the international ;
establishing front of her property, a distance i of 5Z works of activitym j I;of which the chain be meansi con I may participate in the problems'of 3,000': The Smith company: hasr I
; control of the bomb may
South Beach aidin workers with physical I agreed to-put a 100%
performance
1 1 ; I up. -
1 Other delegates from the West of 216 feet, and from 9> to handicaps solve their employment !I veniently and simplv handled or II the Navy. Manj' thousands of I bond.
:ern Powers suptx>rted Austin in 140/ feet wi.!'e. The dredging is to problems through of''t{!i transported, particularly when it dollars have been saved since the
his belief that Vishinsky was' not expansion ,:is to be sandblasted and painted. ; adoption of this program --- .r
be carried to a depth of eight; feet I ;placement: end rehabilitation op- : .
sincere. A delegate from Canada I It was estimated that $3.600 wouH! FOR SALEI(
FOR ,
I portunities SALEI
PATIO RESTAURANT iI below mean low water j be saved annually by the Nav l :
declared that Vish ns cy's proposal I i
of
The We t office the
,*._s onlv a hair-solittins injectioninto The application specifies that Florida Key State Employment Service Station through the use of thu Opening Saturday, Oct. 2 i Good Used Cars

3 the discussion of the bomb, the dredged material will be deposited now has on file the applicai I I device. COLUMBIARESTAURANT I j :
'oesigne't to create confusion into the bight to form a 'i lions of 19 disabled veteran and Joseph M Welters carpenter. '' TWINS GARAGE I III
among delegates other than those breakwater mole 12 feet wide, ''I I three other handicapped engineer and repair department s'
i .COCKTAil I from Russia and her satellites, ani or persons.,.,. I I was given the second largest cash Your- Friendly Studebaker Dealer
I who are able to work area; are II
with it parallel to the TELEPHONE
LOUNGE long 1 iiI
$ axis ,
to defer definite action by the !lively seeking employment, award, $25 for devising a tra s- ,, 117 DUVAL STREET
I I shield to be attached
United Nations on atomic energy. northerly line of the applicantslanJ Knight sal.1. parent plexiglass -
from the statements I : to a jig used for cutting ,
Judging
Mr. Knight said that the handicapped I I
-
You Their
to
made Austin and other delegates wedges on a circular saw which
by Colonel Willis E. Teale, of the week
i program was dui -
outside the zone of Russian Corps of Engineers, states that the I thoruel l on a nation-wide basis by i, would prevent the operator from NOTICE
| being in the face with TO.AII
sprayed
influence the Yishinsky t'
proposal ,
.w plans of the project be seen Congress on August 11, 1915 i iustI .
may saw
tc institute the control and i
| through the of Public :
IRE I Ii in tne district office in Jacksonville passage I To George ;M Stewart specials
(Continued On Page Six) !
ING | t.aw 17 > This law directed the 1 1I Residents
/ rNU\t: I:"- of Colttns. or the avenue sub-office Mid ini:at Deich the foot | (President of the United States topiaue I II 1---- - Along Following Streets t :
: a proclamation each year
Colonel! Tcale adds that no
TICKET OFFICE hearing will be held on the appli- ,calling upon all citizens ant all I NAILS 1. Simonton from Division to Front

cation and that any objection :communities: to exert speci-jl efforts 2.. Dirral! from Division to Front

1 SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1 ALL AIRLINES may be file: in u riling: with the | to enlist public support an I i
interest in the employment of rlttanr K Lt'UHKIt Tarn 3. WMehead from Southard: t 16 Front

3 1 Serving S PRICE TOURS engineers- j i\physicallv; handicapped:: workers TELEPHONE 816 4, Fleming: from Whitehead to White

___ 411 1"1.1.. ",. __ 5. White from Eaton to Division
\ Breakfast a m.Until?: ii | See Our AltOn ,. i 1
1. R. STOWERS CO.
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A tontrcC has just been entered into for the repairing of

| Luncheon-ii:3D a. m.-3:00: p.m. Ii | FOR SALE Page 8; 11U rOiYT I'All'TPITTSBURGH STEAKSl:1arr",1 the above streets.' ,

Dinner-5:00-9:00 I PAINT There will be a large increase in the cost of sewer connections T I
: CHEAP!!
| : p.m. Ii j Home Appliance Co. Inc.
Phone 276 : Broiled Genres after the above streets are repaved. Any resident i;

Waterfront Restaurant II/ Delicionsness! :ontemplating connecting to city sewer should do so imraediately .

\ IN OUR BLUE ROOM iWe I Good Business All Year Unreasonably Large and to avoid the extra charge. The present COlt is $10.00fcr

Round MIAMI-KEY WEST j Unreasonably Priced! sewer connection fee SI0.00 for repairing streets after
.Well Equipped Palace Theater i ditching and S10.00 for sidewalk replacement.
= Cater to Private Parties;'Banc Meta, =- I Apply- BARGE LINE, Inc.CLYDE .
1 =_ .
Make checks Tax
g MALLORY DOCKS ) WILLIAM BISHOP and payable to City Collector and communicate
1 Weddings, Clubs, Etc. |, 901[ CAROLINE TELEPHONE- 6 I VIRGINIA PATTON in 1 with Department of Public Safety. City HalL

\ 1 I STREET Text Barge l -aies l" BLACK EAGLE"News VICTOR LOWE.
CALL 870 FOR RESERVATIONS = RUPPERT KNOWLES City Clerk.
WHERE ELSE?
Miami. Won.. Oct. 4 Ii and Shorts 1
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PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SAn"RD.Yi



!-tqe,; 2uij: ? ID15f! CitiUlt! TID. .. .HAS._ .TURNED- : LEGALS I r ... LEGALSThirteen .' COSTLY .

(uS) feet back.. to tft*
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PvbUsbed : Sunday. '
Dally Exeept: orX.
-. P. ..TW.! Owner ana raMlsaer0RMAJV The tide always turns for the bully or iptlf K HIf9P.p8f IGiusbousMaklruood :1 I V THE' tlHCCTT. JUDICJ4I.COrBT OP ijiCtfV WBKLKTK1TJ1 111- ef keel"-i S
D, ARTHAIi. Business JtaVa** ALSO
-" ..-. From The CltluB Building the bluffer* either as an individual or a OP A\U THE: IeO4tVNHOE sTATE OKIt F cor TY. All'that certain pa.-t. 1M afland
.. Corner Orecns and Ann Street lyrav and h Ji>* la u. -
?, .r0alJ' Dally Newspaper la Key. Welt and nation. Oldtime Key Westers can look. IN CILANCkSIY.Sc'... we. I..t cwantr of Monroe and Maw tt .-
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Monroe County .-u..4 aa feUe.-. ,5
-- back to. the time when this man or that, ". aEEawafc Hfetea% .SB SfULnrSic. *> RUTH COPE WICKnA II.AS'ZO... S Commencing i.-'b-r4da, al a point' *. O*:
-:: r.te.at Kay West. Florida" at second class matter .. DIVORCEREGINALD North sid* of Ann Street (i la tk* .'
who tried to bluff bully his throughlife I "
or way one Hn
.. A. ASTON ("fly o? Key West) r4 ._
:; MEMBER: (I" THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Af Newrfeetore !i.t......- (!..; feet distant from the cor.. *
J Th. Associated tress U eidu: .tv.iy .ntiti.d to eventually was told "where to get of Front and Ann Street,
:. '*. reproduction of all news dispatches credited SOME of ti fie Uading.n of ffc. nation; f/e'/verecf/ ar sold newspapers when they were boys ORDER OF PC81"CAT'OTO and nr running thence along: Anamreet .
off.
otherwise this and off and he "got : Reginald A. Aston .
it not credited In paGer. ,
V> or SoatneantSixtythree direqtp. ;
in
ar some of th. former newsies who 2301 Koserraaa 1s1v4..
-- the local news published here. hove proved their ability in adult life. I ,
so'" -TC!:!!: feet t"@IIft _
under I
r Dean Acheson, former secretary .' ... _A_. .__._. Compton California. Fifia1.
; t' '- dtrectHHi is
required 10 .. Northeast .
..n ... Tear .1USC-.aIPTIOX: RA'l'ESa 'U...* of state, said on Friday that the "tide --u------- pear Ton to ar.the hereby Bill tor Dlrorce tiled: : S (5" Ia .5i sl; (6)-& ..
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'styled la a :
above thence
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against riur\:
LOO yea
_- Six llonths Lit has turned against Russia'? drive for greater iPJ rauxe on .r before the bOa daY 1)1 |)) ; .; IIts.tltlnnst .
Mosthso :
a 1"J es IX IS48. *hrwl" *e \ direction Flfty abt .
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Moet __ __ 1.0t ** October. >
e world therM will feet and six (t) InchesUarlt il!
... Weekly ..ISADVRKTIMNa power: allegations contained > ($f) .
: of beKlofsWtg
.. confessed. to place "1
..... HATES When the German army was: invading ,.b t:;taken MM- :and aa fr >red at X"Jwut.., o/ler" further ordered deed that tki,* ':J
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published a -
week
If ad* Know* om Application Russia driving; her'forces back day after Florida, tbta.. *4tb ;lax.r ot onllft'at '* weks
... | her. M4>,A, La.. :ir for,teu (4).) fitThe '",,,1

;_. Ail rendlnr notice SPEClAL'NOTICB'*. card of thank. resolutions. d y j Russia. was
'e !"* ....peet" obituary notices. poems. etc, will be Gimme, "gimme to the United States. fclerk: of Circuit! Coart.<< 1I'DrC'eu". : t). Jl'lilr61)0l& ._..
., Barred for at Lbs rat of 10 cents, a line. : (-sj. ) ,.A'Rnrf.,1II -. C Loitgw'rtLl7epsty AND "n .. Esg.
Notices for entertainment by churches from which. That 'JGiftime,: gjmme," amounted to $12 Clerk.. I TcirC'Mouro* CGt..YiFlorW.! A. .p. 19(5 tM.
.. revenue I* to be derived are t cent: a line.The g..q1l1..1..o. Sr let day CtouVTseai
Citizen la an open forum and Invite dlssnsakB billion'in) Lend-Lease and supplied Russia Attorney. for. Plaintiff %CircuIt ) Roes C Sa_...
of public tesaoa and subject of local or sepi.2ioct.2.9lt.1941.I'd I Clerk of the Circuit"' "4Monroe
C general ptareat.Ii.t It will not publish anonymon with sufficient "tools of war," among County. ,
torajncalcatioaa. THE riBrriT other things, to hold'the Germans at JtDHlAI* CIHCI ITOF

Stalingrad and afterward push them back IAU THB POI!.TVTB JlO'\ROF.OP pa.OltliJ.C' U-*Tr.n *.. Solicitor W OtTRRY' for HARRIS.Pialiff'. ,''.. :
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into their own country. UU"r S.,1'j.-IGIt: i iCLArnE -

i : MEMBER C3> 1948 Despite that fact, evident to all the "- ':--____. ; .t'a-. Plaintiff GANI.oLFO.: ltlT TO :%OT.rN AP'L'C.'TJO OF TEVnO\>: FOR\ TO Ft"Mi".. .. -. .9

world the Russian and dio said WILLIAM O. DOUGlAS CHARLES IUCKMAK B. vs. Q tIE'l' TlTt.E S DISCHARGE JE11
E : press ri a I ALBERT CHANDLER ROBERT WAGNER-I JOHN'ftUS5ELL KERR and Probate LawI 3J) -t:: iirS

week ago that the LendLeasefrom the Supreme Court Justice .Industrialist. .. Baseball Czar U.S. Senator <"JRACE*K IX; KERR his. wU. i lTOIHT. 3IO\nOB OF TUB |COCJtlK.K. .OCV1\:t.., 1 hrtd attempt

United States did not help Russia in her f r"- Del..daat.. i iOTJ'J sTATE Of PLORIU4.I <.'. Dodger Cater
: TO \'*PK%KIV -
"*' PKOwATri.In .j. teWoijd5p!
war effort. ." I THK NAME: OK TUg STATE?. re the Estate of
OF FLORIDA ..JoHS'f". PJNDKR l' -
= IMPROVEMENTS FOB KEY WEST It should be recalled also that the rI\J1 TO: Louis M. Cupples.I no. known ;>>>eceased "t -

4 ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN Russians beat the smaller part of the Ger- Tae.be dead l* ': alive.SnoBM of the. To'Notice AH" Whom is hereby It May given Concern that wi4-: <;c, MQTIIE?

raid Ix>ats ).I. Cupples. if he LIAM M. PANDER has m"afloal :,
.:: man army while the Allies had the larger is alive aad married. report as Administrator .
Helen.Cupples not know* to of JOB. W Finder, 4
the estate tI
: 1. More Hotels end Apartments. part occupied along the Western Front.That's be dead ar alive; ceased; that be haw filed hi. I

'- r. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. another fact the world knows The nknown. Spouse' of the ion for final discharge aad I. .
said Helen Cupples. if she is he will apply to the Honorable _.
::. r 9. Airports-Land and Sea. well and Russia claims that she alone alive and married: mond R. Lord County Judge
yet
-: <.. Consolidation of County and :Margaret Kerr Thing not- ;Monroe <'6unt). Florida, oa the
: beat Germany.But 4 'c kaown to be> dead or alive day of November, It4>, for apM,
.
City Governments. S The nknown I fepouse 0' the of same and for rtaal discharge"p

:_: 5. Community Auditoiium. the bluffer as well as the bully ,said .Margaret Kerr Thing;,. Administrator of tfc:* estate .f .fp
if she Is alive and'marriedThe W:"tDder. deceased, on this 1st p.
:. : -- among. smaller nations, .is. aware that her Unknown Heirs. I>evlsees of October. 1941 J4ftd
Legatees or Oraatees of ) William ),(. Piader.
ambitious drive to expand her power has the saiilLouis: Administrator ef the estate ef
),I. Cupples. John \\!'. Finder deceaaed.octZ91C23,154L.
been frustrated by the Western Powers. Helen ripples. I
: y MONOGRAPH Margaret Kerr Thing"
She realizes that the appointment of Montgomery [ if of the said individuals
.-....- _4"1"' ... t. r' :" T '.':''" named any be dead i% THISCIRCUCV' COURT op.THEEI.EETI f ';

:. To All Employees: as supreme military commander of A. WILSON BENJAMIN F. FAIRLESS MAURICE J. TOBIN FRANK E. GANNETT All Persons having or claimingany IT: Of THK JIUICL.STATK OP PI.OK111 C1BVI --f -.

-:. We do not mind being classed the.Western Allies and the military mightof 1- of A.T.&T. Head of U.S. Steel Secretary of Labor Publisher I described interest land In; the situate following lying %. IN'. AND l\ CH\loll:>rRill.MOVKOQtOlNTl. < i I.1 t.
1
-: as favorable to labor,* organized or un- the United States are factors that .. ll-57 i i -j-
MARION HALE KEATS. t.
but we are old-fashioned altogether too for her to That certain lot ef land sita- .
6fganized, great
NEWSMEN HAVE WORD Your ate. lying and being.m the City .... Plalntifk.\08C'E ,
= .. enough to think that a pay-check is en- Yes, the "tide has turned" against FOR IT HoroscopeSATURDAY of of Key lots West number and three known and a* part for LEWIS KEATS.Defendant. :J"

: : titled to respect expressed in work. Russia. (3 *: 4) Square Six AP Nevrsleatuies .
;
-- OCTOBER 2. 1948 to hitehead's plan of said .
:: : I delineated. .Ui February. AM:\'I'sorff TO API..aft.ffonl.
TIlE ORACLE city
Newsmen. like those indications TO: '
in other fields. have their own words |. Today's point to an la:' as fallows::: Commencingat -.
Virginia.
Race riots arp caused by two factors: to describe their work. Since printing long has been essential i, aggressive, impetuous person a point in said(Lot Three HundredSIxtythres 41) Too are hereby required to appear ,).
on Ann Street me .
L- a majority persecuting a minority or a !to news printers and newsmen .often share use of special terms. who will always carry a chip on (1(2) feet from the' filed to against the sworn you in Bill the.f abav-'a-Cutuaie* i

; THE FIFTH HORSEMAN minority prodding nere are sam 01 them: i t- -I i the shoulder. The mental tendency corner of Ann and Front Streetsand ted cause, on or before tbPthday ,
: a majority.We seems to be toward running thence along AnnStreet of October. A. D- 1S4S.wise ; ime- !
BANNER SCREAMER RIB in a southeasterly direction
the allegations of saM BH
wuummmiiHuumiiumiinnimuinuuuiiiiiiuiiJiimi:
BON. BULL LINE-A large head- science, and if the quarrelsome a distance of Sixty-three wilt be taken as eonfeaaed h* ya.DONI3 .

.; : The official poster for this; year's Fire have been planning a vacation so line extending across the top of : West In I tendency can be turned into (ij) feet direction; tb._. One In a Hundred Northeasterly ',*. West Florida and this ORDBRRD 23rd day*ef< Sep.Key --.

:.; Prevention Week-which will run from long that it will be a vacation to give up a page. I Key j forceful invention and investigation Thirteen Northwesterly 4113) feet direction: thence Sixty-in a \ tember, A. .D_ U4"tSE.L '
: there is no reason why euc- ) ROSS C SAWVItI1.Clerk .

OCTOBER' 3.9--shows, in the background, the whole idea and stop planning. BEAT story OR or picture SCOOP-An obtained important exclusively -- Days Gone By I|I cess should not be attained. hundred three. (U)Thirteen feet direction: (113)thence feaj In One to aSouthwesterly ,i. '. Monroe of the County Circuit, Florida.Dy Court..- '*I : S.

Kathleen Nottage. -
:
:. the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse- for one paper or news Ana Mreefand the olare of be Deputy ".* -
: SUPPLIES FROM OVERSEAS service. "Beat" also designates the AS TAKEN FROM FILES SUNDAY. OCTOBER 3, 19-18- ginning. TOM a WATKINS. :
:. war famine, pestilence, and death. In the combined permanent assignmentsof OF THE CITIZEN OF i iI 'Today's native seems to be a ALSO Attorney for Plaintiff

m flaming brand is a reporter. OCTOBER 2. 1938inuiuiiunmniiuunuiiniiuniuinuiiniiucHuiiiniiit,,I lover of the mysterious and may All that certain ..1..e..r..l. *ept.2 ;.oct.2-'-l ,lt4S.IV !I: TWENTY\
foreground carrying a I
I Some orlo$ of land situate fli the City
I months ago, the public was advised BREAK The point at which a'| / : 1|]I very likely be superstitious.! The Key West and known as part of .THE CIRCUIT COrRT OF THBKLEiBNTH ,Pittsburgh! ,

;_ ; the Filth Horseman-fire. semi-officially, that the oil supply in story is continued on another I i l I L indications are for a life of study Lot Number Four (41 l in Square I. JtIJIflL; C1K- ::. I eredarcua l
:Miss Louise Delaney B. Curry Number Ml (I) according to LIT OF THiS STATE F..ott.iiV
f for OF
e nd'tht'htprovoking in retirement or a solitary j
That. ; mikes: a dramatic { tfiis'country is not sufficient to handle industrial page.. Also, the center fold on Moreno\ and J. J.* Trevor were ap-,:: life, and if the other aspects are delMeatM Unurhnad In pUn Fbrbary of s 1829>d City. as .J .1OA IV AkvD FOR ,JIO'lIoa.t'oa '- 'S \rw Lcit
; n- l's H.tCERY. .
,,. picture. Fire is one of the most and military needs and to permitthe page one. t pointed appraisers! today by i i at all vicious there is danger: of follows: Commencing at a ;... n, 15.ll5FRNCKS ". ..,.,'" end t otn.;;

! consistent killers. Its i is especially CAPTION-The headline over (County Judge Raymond R. Lord at least of point .n Ann Street:Two Hun- ANN Fl"LLWOOD. ; daily milkPvuateri.
imprisonment or
ravage very
: expansion of the oil heating dred Six U9C> feet from theerner Plaintiff.I '
systems a picture. Also sometimes used to
of the S :
amount
to determine the .
criticism however much of Ann and Creene DIVORCEt; SSjEFTHALI
.. great among small children. And, on top which have mean "ratlines'* I severe Streets and Ten (ii feet from I'I Ithe vs.
grown so rapidly in the past I !1 estate left by Stephen F. Lowe.i \deserved or not ) 'I' Et'GE.'IPERRY FULLWtXJD, .
: and thou- COLUMN-A Junction of Lots Three (3)) .1 Defendant c.
of that, it disfigures cripples few years. recurrent feature j and Four (C) of said Square Six j ORDER Of PUBLICATION ."

!'; : s nds of people each year. Then. for good Recently however usually: written around a single |i County Tax Collector Frank H. ['! New York state has 290 airports Ann(<) and Street running* hence along i TO, Kugene Perry PuiiwoodBurgess E(1'I
n a Southeasterly
a prominent offi- ,!
subject and often written by one S. C
Ladd announced that 63 liq-{I
today 90
i with about seaplane direction Fifty-three (53) feet: .
it well 50000. 1 Ton
rrjeasure, destroys over cial of are hereby required to -appear
oil
an company said that, 'barring person. t uor licenses have been granted in ., bases. tbenc in a northeasterly direction to the Bill for Divorce filed ,

:: : 000'worth of property every month. unexpected developments," there is little COPY Stories, pictures and Monroe county. lIe said he expects 4111) One feet: thence Hundred. in a Thirteen Northmasterly against >ou in the above styled caa.ie.

Can fire be prevented? The experts likelihood other material prepared for use ; to grant three more before '! .......... PC ,1. .............. ..... direction Fift>-threeJ ow. or n. before 1.4S, .the therwii 18ta day the of OrtOT.A. aHeg-. \
of serious local hardship this in I .11:....... (ireulatlan. Rerulrr by (>.: ) r..et. tb..... in a Southwesterly lIons ""-
a of the
: that 90 cent of all fires and newspaper. I the first year. the. %els vf < vngrcMmi. .... direction One HundredThirteen contained therein will betaken :f
say per great winter but one should note that he .... as confessed.Dote ...
said the COVER-To report an event or i I :1. IBIS.: a. amended. .' iCe tof (Ill) feet back to the West, .
and Ordered at Xey
.-- small are unnecessary. Of all fire's allies, picture could be situation. I March. 3. IMS.: and Julv.1..t ::. 14 place of beginning Florida this .:;
changed by "an unusually j It is estimated that 3.000 sDctai i S .f the. Here* ('UI._.. Pualinhed ALSO 17th day of Septeotfcer.A "
;: human carelessness is by far the most ef severe winter COPYREADER-A subordinate tprs saw the races here yesterday .' Ilaily at Her V .-.. Florida All Circuit' D1J48 Court Ron C Sawver.
unexpected increase in that certain parcel or lot of
::: f ctive. Our collective failure to follow the I editor who handles the physical Jof the Miami Outboard Club. 'I ,of for Florida..County Oelober. I. Is4x.Slate land lying and being In the '. Seal) Clerk of Circuit C..tt:
military requirements, work stoppages, preparation of copy for the print- I uf Monroe as. County of Monroe: and Slate of I By (ad) Anne (". Lonjrworth T
rudiments of fire safety the basic I Florida described as-follows: Deputy Clerk. ,
is reason disaster, or curtailment of ers j I' lit fore me a notary public In andf..r "
supplies Mrs. J. B. Sullivan and daughter -S the Slate anti count' aforesaid. Commencing at a point on the Esriqu. Rvquiitalda. Jr.
;, why fire. waste continues to grow. When brought from overseas." CUT-A photo engraving from S Miss Let tie Sullivan, returned: personally appeared L. P.n- North side of Ann Street (cta the Attorney for Plaintiff

:. fire is fought intensively, it always loses. We call attention to the last factor- I which shorten pictures are printed. Alsoto i!today from a vacation spent in I i man-.rding I who> to, having law deposes been duly*nd snorn says thath ac-i City)of feet Key distant West)from on. H the u I4tr..dClOO Corner I eept.ls-2oct.-S,194L '.'
copy by editing. .. of Front and Ann Streets,
{the North.
: I .r i Is tht owner The Key t* -THB ClRC'.T "O"RT OF IRS!:
: As a recent example the Navy's Bureau of the curtailment of overseas supplies _because CUTLINES-The printed text'used \\evt Ci i ill i e nand that the and running thence along Annstreet FLK*K:>TH Jl UK'1.\l. CIBCtlT -
Yards and Docks has been with pictures a copy for thetext I, following Is, to the best of his in a southeast directionSixtythree OF FLORID. I> .\'\D .
carrying on a not Mrs. Mamie Wighman who was (e3) feet. thence in '
many years ago, the United kiionledue and belief a trail statement FOR ViOMtOC 401NTV.: >
= major fire prevention campaign. In the in Key West to inquire into the of Ihe ownership. management. a Northeast direction Fift -.Ix CH.'\Cr.Hl.: -
States was wallowing in oil and sending it HEAD-A headline usually set i status of real estate she owns |I circulation etc.. of the aforesaid thence(St) feet In and MX te) inches; Case >.. 1I-3S2 -
;: : firsl"quarter of this alone fire damage I publication. lor the date shown In a Northwest direction ROBERT REDMON, .
year abroad by the tanker-load. Even those who in hig type over a story. I here, left yesterday for her home 1 the aliuve caption, required b:or the Ixty-three ($}> feet; thence l-laintiff.
...: .to its installations were cut by nearly JUMP OR SKIP-To continue a,. in Tampa. j August 24 1912 as amended In a Southwest direction Fifty- S vsKATHER1NE .
think i
that there is sufficient petroleum to ( ttIh; six' (>ui) feet and six (6)) inches
story on another page. Act of March 3. 1 33. eraj hack to place of O REDMON.: : .

:': ...Sl.SOO.OOO. meet all needs admit that "the margin. I KILL-To remove an .item, a I Mrs. Marguerite Hernandez and j j i and bodied Uej-ulations.In section 6J7.printed" Postal on Laws the lou are hereby ordered belfil\.nlng.and required ORDFIt OF Defendant PI Bill'.1TION

When you see the Fire Prevention above requirements is small." portion of an item or picture froma j I Miss Fortuna Lope.: will be the I re'eree 1. That of ii.this,. nmint-i form; anil to wit ai4re.seeB : the lit to day file of November you anpearance, A. It U41 on TO 4111::: Katherine- Ittl. <). R..dmon.. '-

:.e Week poster, study it closely., Keep its message newspaper or destroy it. so thatit j I i hostesses at the metting Thursday f the publisher editor managinglliblisher. Inthc. in above the Circuit styled'caepe Court now; pendIng Long. >"*land City Street, .
will not be printed. ( .. of the i New .
edilor. nui Inkes .1' 'i ork
managers
of
(afternoon the Key West JuniorWoman's I
o: in mind. Learn the simple rules of The budgeter will hardly get his vacation MAT-An impression on special Club. i I* V. Artman. Key State Kleventh of Florida Judicial, in Circuit and for nf Monroe the perUt..a herebx required to ap

fire safety and follow them. Then, and expenses out of the red before the heavy cardboard or other ma- I I W,'s'. iiurt1e.Editor.. Samuel K. Harria. Key Claude County, Gaadolfo in Chancery wherein: I>ivorc 1C the;; the Bill..1 dl>0".Comply. styled I In cau t Ar eon --

: then the Christmas terial of a photo engraving or of James A. who had been West Florida. H plaintiff and I. or before the 27th day of 4>rt.- .
Fifth above
only Horseman Duane the named .
be will be
shopping him parties and
othersare
.. can put season on : S i lana intr .Kditor Norman D Art- br, A I>. l>4$. otherwise the al-
"to flight. like a ton of bricks. I type. I visiting his family in Key West ', man. Key We.t "VnA\ : KUCA defendants,, and In default of I legations therein will be takes aConfessed.
appearance a Decree Pro- Confesxo
RIM-The place at which copyreaders returned yesterday to Pigeon I, be
entered
-- Thompson Key \\',..t. Florida against you S This published .
will work. to be
Also collectively -. Key, where he is employed by the :' 2. 1'hat Ihe owner Is: k. P. Art- Said_ cause was Instituted as aforeid i erne a r:1'/ four roBKecutiveweeks '1

:; DON'T BE A SUCKER HIGH PRICES RETARD WORK the copyreaders who work j Overseas Road and Toll Bridge I i n.ao. l'roprI.tor Key West. Flor- the title for the of plaintiff purpose I founded of quieting upon In The Key West Oitl.... a : I
for a particular paper or department District Ida. a Tax t>eed to the I newspaper published at Key "'e t. j 1
i I 3. That the known bondholdersmorthaKces. land following described Monroe County. Florida. i
,
; situate
I :: aixl other security lying and be Itone and Ordered this 24th lay 11
;. The stock markets are running along The city of New York, considering a SLOT-The place where a chief Mrs. Emelio Lounders anJ .holilein. owning or Imldlne 1 percent Inc In to-wit;Monroe: r-ounty. State of Flor i of September A. I). 194*. j
I ... or mini amount 0'I I"h (SEAL) RlKSS WTBn. .
copyreader works. Also the or .re I C SA ,
fairly well. But the average citizen isn't large construction program, finds that of position daughter Mrs. Rosalie Sheppard I .lxiiid: uiortcafces; or other ..ecurities ate. lying certain and lot of land. situ- Clerk of Circuit Court. i
chief being In
copyreader.. Thus ; the City :
of West By: (sd) Anne C .
Miami are in Key visiting areNone : Longwurth.lieputi
=1 wise enough to play the game without i costs have gone up 145 per cent over 1939 "Joe is in the slot" relatives. I 1 I I (of if Key lots West number and three known and as part four T. T Clerk. ;i

having a clear knowledge of the value of | because of rises in the price of labor, materials SLUG Brief line placed on !I! l.ove.4. That flrlnr the: two the paragraphs names of next thtwnners ing(3 & 4). Square Six\ (I). accord Solicitor Parlor for Plaintiff.IV.
.
copy for identification. :'I siorkholders and securit, tohlt..h.ad'II plan of said f;;.....t.2-.16.U4I.
stocks. So, don't burn your fingers or run and financing. WIRE SERVICE An I Key West Hospitality Band, un- h.'idrrp.. If ..... .....,'ala' Iot onl) titv 1S29 delineated in February. I sept t Regan of
agency der the direction of Alfredo Bar- as follows: Commencing at :- S. S.
: Ihe list of stockholders and security 1 Kbtdj
: the chance of getting caught in a slump. I Mayor[ O'Dwyer is seeking a stabili- that supplies wire news to a number -.rosa played for the Parent- i .holders as they appear upon the] a Ann point Street In said One Lot Hundred Three (3) on The bride.t
Sixty-
..
.
: The of i. t>r the company but also inCa
Controller newspapers.
of .the zation Teachers Association the three (1(3) feet '
Currency recently agreement between building trade in high the stockholder from the corner until
Wire
30 The es or Sell of ,: Reg::
end. 30 Ann
made a statement in which unions signifies that a school auditorium on Friday. urltv bolder. apptars anon the and and Front Streets :'
C. he said that inflation I and employers for three. to five story or task has been completed i I *KM>L.. of the company as trustee or Street running in a Southeasterly thence along Ann Z'csi9iiiiijarnzPthitiigJ! -

has put the whole system of individual years to enable the City to accept bids Hence it is often used for quitting Today The Citizen says in an l I In name any. ..r oilier the f person Mm'lary or relation corporation the thai. a distance of Sixty-three direc.

= free enterprise on trial 'for its life I without "blushing" and to facilitate the time, death, retirement etc. editorial paragraph: I for Khotit: alSo! such that trustee the said Is two acting I.riven Is-
"When a Newark bride threat- paraKranhs Thirteen (ill) feet: thence
and he in a
: warns that the public contain statements em-
existing conditions improvements. ;<- ANNIVERSARIESTODAY'S ened to go home to her mother bracinir afflaiifs full knowledgeand three Sixty P. Th
(*31
: threaten "an economic disaster, of the first Explaining the situation, the Mayor she learned that her mother hai and belief conditions. as U> the circumstances: Southwesterly feet:direction thence IB One a c( the lin -
unner which stockholders -
magnitude." points out that builders are reluctant to gone home to her mother" I and secnrltr, holders who Ann Hundred Street Thirteen and the(Ill) feet to >2. WL-, I
(Know America] I do not ai|iea.r ui>on I". books: of the place of beKinning -
accept contracts because they cannot fore- 1737-Franct roni..I..y.| .. trustees hold a:ock ckrabadlI.
; Hopkinson New There 800 fires
are in hospitals
and ALSO .
:. : securities In .a rapacity other 3 :
Everybody is for economy in government see costs of labor and materials "or even Jersey signer of the Declarationof and institutions each year in the I(I than that. of a bona fide owner; All that certain piece, General ,t I-

=.. until they need an appropriation what the Independence. noted satirist United States. i and this' affiant has no> reason t. or lot ft land situate. In parcel the
for production of a day's work by a believe that any other person assoelation > Cit) of Key West" and Our Specialty is UN- f4 Wnoccupy .
and
musician writer. i known
'father of .
a. pet project of their .r corporation has any Interest as part of Lot
mechanic Number USUAL
: own. will be. Four (t) PRINTING of B
author of "Hail Columbia", bornin Bridge, N. Y. Died in railway i dirert or Indirect In the said In Square Number Six (() according '
stock bond or oilier All 5.Vh ,
Types
The situation is not exaggerated by Philadelphia. Died May 9, accident Jan. 13, 1882. I I titan ..s ... stated by him securltie of \Miitebeads plan : Wedding %
:=:- Any intelligent young American Mayor O'Dwyer but 1791. 1821-Alexander P. Stewart I t S. Thit the a number ot ruary said III.City! delineated as follows in Feb. Invitations Social hydrogt'nblmps' (
can the same dilemma .,! espies of each r.aeeo; this publication : Commeaciag Cuds All Types
1798-(((150 Confederate at a point on Ann Street
= find many reasons why he should not mow I confronts the buying public throughoutthe Lamar years ago) Gazaway lieutenant-general ,I the mail sold or distributed through Two Hundred Six U4 feet 4rf Printing and Engraving t;G. Nap,.
Bugg pioneer Georgia chancellor of the University ofj i I wr otherwise lo paid sxh from the. corner of Ann &
= the lawn or do any other trivial work. nation, regardless: of the undertaking I banker, returning to Savannahin Mississippi born Rogersville scribers during the twelve months Streets and Tea (141) feet Ureene from at MODEST t leao an

; .. contemplated. It is probably too late to Civil War as banker and bloc- I Tenn. Died Aug. 30, 1908. I II ,preceding..;;":. the date shown above Is and the junction Four <4)) of of Lots said Square Tbr*. Six(>) .COSTI t Pr1Jc.;. _

;:: The Manufacturer's Record values sufficient kade runner born in Richmond I 1831-Edwin L. Godkin New I II 1. P. .\RTMANowaer..' <.e) and running thence along '. ":;: 1
secure "voluntary cooperation"to County. Ga. Died Oct. 5. 1874. York .. : Ann Street In a Southeasterly :fth\\"f" :it '
: Southern City's famed newspapereditor. 1 i Sworn to and s"t>s -n.1; direction
construction so far this year at affect present prices and apparently, 1817-Webster Wagner, pioneer -I who influenced the press me this 2nd day of '''- thence In a Fifty-three Sort!>ea..,.(23),.,... direc'feet:; ;:

= .. ?1,604,339,000, the second highest figuro the public will have to wait for the boom New York manufacturer of I and the public mightily in hu,1|:(I Notary CS"'; ;_ LuRlAS, Public. State I of>. ART.' '''S'I tlon(113) One wet. thence Hundred In a Thirteen North THE ARTMAN PRESS .: from 9 thf Kov? '

: tm record for a comparable sleeping and drawing room cars day born in Ireland.} Died May l.ar"e." westerly direction FIftr-three S
-. ;:- -- period. cycle to end with a bust. in the 1860'o, bora at Palatw.e I. 21, 1902. I 5.Sly: lt4.rommi..u>n esci'vs. .. (53) feet; thence in a Southwes- PHONE 51 ,II 10 Wh.,.

Sprig direction On* HkBdred la tht CITIZEN Building telephonepopulate ,

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1 event An of.tlt..I.I"error \It adn'rUf'tna.t. ateept'd ww4er the 'tI."I'1b1ll' eon4ittona: lti the

, e ee..p<.1111Ib' e.aiv for t'h first Ifu""rUon trawslept c"r Ciwreift..d f'ttnlrn't. The .::'tun'a will ... I
I NI.piwv tderttatnlt for oa'y the e"tulIl Ad.ee.t.lwt. and ID
rare .t. Sac at1..rtute..t .....r. t' errnr am..nnt o<'t'Ur&.r rt ace oCcSpird by the '
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; FOR RENT-APARTMEKTS 1|. s'. FOR SALE .
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Furnished 2. t2toonapartmem.. 3-1;; dnsom furnished -

'r' .";,< ::(, "i; ; !! v I tinder Utilities 1 year furnished.accepted.Children Apply!I'!,. hrneJ tt1'rti4 Johnson Price, 12.000 MacArthur" .' easy

'I 915 Windsor Lane. 1 I .dJohnson..
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j 1L 31:.
14*> Wjrephctc 1 I r octl-tf
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1 j
JEFF5tEATR., slugging outfielder I _
I futile attempt for the Boston Dr.t.u.rlilhl home and factures his Furnished aptrvnent 3 rooms and White
to left
score,during WednosJ ls leg in enamel, 2.75
.1 : L'D.itJ. th and bath. Maid and j ; outside
Dodger Catcher Roy Campasella Ciwlcira Dodcrrt *t. Cbbets Field. : janitor j white paint $%';5 end 3.75
tagshtra cut. The services, linens and utiUiei per
tnttry..rrif present
the World Series. This picture'was'mide Heath treat.pla f in9 in furnished. Summer gal Up. 'sb-ft is" garden
by Astcc-.atcd rates. Coral<
1 Photographer hose
e : $3.95
John Lindsay. I Hotel Apartments opposite Post Olivia Doherty &,Co., 84*
j Phone 1597.
-,.- Office. .
-- octl-3tx
I MOTHER, 23. II.\:S 6 SONS IN 7 t E.(IS'.,I" -- -- --- ,{!t sect30-3t

; ... : 1 Exhaust Furnished *
.- Kills apartment 2 or 3 Grt
-
.:,.. Boy: months Summer > Snarne engines pnd service.
+ rates. Ap- f c., H0 Smith
*
1.. .' ;}. ;i HORSHAM .-Norman Cclbourn I t ply 703 South St., Phone

r. 9 was mm? to his home :{i I i]I Mahogany
dining
room suite
in Horsham from Ocean two-bedroom apar -] table, .6 chairs ,
china
s
N. J.. with five other ment 209 Ann closet
Street rppo-i. Phony 1025.M.
Carbon' monoxije fumes City.j'I site City.alJ.. octl-Stx!j I;, --. octl 2tx
into the''car': zn-i Norman I Hollywood bed. with-
overcome by the fumes. lie.died ;, Furniihtd L inAerspring
apartment, adults. no J j maUttSss und box ppnngs '
Ann.and"his 3-year-old .sister, Mary I|I pets. Conveniences $65.00.|i: new*. 1430 Thompson Sareet Ac
vns overcome but 1 I ,
will 1214
re- Ducal Street Telephone J:;
cover. None of the -_ oct2-2tx
other passen- I 1003-W. .; :
guS was affected. _
I, -.. oct2thursaMue -lf; Large y;;ar-sizc '6 ssineUt. 'with

A whitew -hed, thatched farmhouse 1 hair mattrtns like new; folding -
Furnished a
2-bedroom carriage, with
mattress.
at Dervock. apartment* 16
near
castle. Northern Ireland Bally- j Children accepted. $97.50 plus Rest Beach, Phone 1532.M.
is the
'.
ancestral home of President Mc- ; utilities. Furn -bed I-bedroom oct2-3tx

Kinley. i apartment for couple -only $55

j L plus utilities. Phone 1185-h, EIecfr' .console sowing machine,

When the Spanish first !( mornings. I excellent condition. Beautiful
to the New came J sep S:30oct2-5-4tx cabinet 150-A Poinciana
1, ,r World they thought 1 Ex- _
the Indians to be a new race and f tension. oct2-3tx

considered them outside the I One efficiency apartment for

Cracfe of God and therefore their couple. Paul's Tire Shop. Hoover Vacuum cleaner, $:!j.OO.

4 natural prey.Subscribe f oct2-5 Washin<< machin,,_' J.1"T"---M T !
: phone 116-4- L- oct2-tf
I
To The Citizen.PERSONALS Double garage furnished
I apartment Cpv.-oap.at
-- Electric p'entfor :all' 5 f,>et
kitchen. $50, nit!,. 25c and 50c each
garage included. Yearroundrental. Ap )ly
1509 South Street
.. 1500 United oct2MWl'S (X
-. ..;..z.:. l1;' .r '!.. .::; Poems wanted for musical set : Street Oc12-ItX

ting. Send poems for free ex bicycle, balloon tires kne;

(:1') mpho'o amination. Five Star Music actioe, spring fork. $16.50. K'Oi
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS !i I .. StaplesAve..
TWENTT-THREE-YEAR Mastery, 391 oct2-2tx
MRS. CONNIE PUSATERL. of !.I Bacon Bldg., AND ROOMS
;
e jPittsbuigh. holds the Boston Mass.
sixth con burn to
her in
red seven years. Gathi 'i FOR SALE-BOATS
arcund cct2962330xi
\ fcr a locket ciw-vtek-cld,Albert are the five b OU11 The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming '
n"'Ld. to rljht: JT.nn.:9: A thsny. 5: Joseph Caroline Street has an efficiency -i newk unused.
and"Dominic.' 7: Frank. 6. I Shop on Ann St. will apt tnaerspnn? zn=t*
5r131uis. The new and several sleeping J'[r tresses for .
arrival raises the family's i reopen in November Christmas rooms va single bed% $2000
daily milk consumption to 12 cruarls. The father. Anthony shoooers will find a ereal--, rant Low weekly or montbN I each. Thor Automagitr washer,
.
Puiattri. 35. ii a truck drirer. ly increased stock in gifts and rates Dell.u 1 plus dish washer unit, used

-- fabrics for four months. perfect condition.
slip 'e'$ers and j
'
--- FOR RENT-COTTAGES $18500. 25-2
diaperu:> oct2-9-16 23-30 Poinciana. Phcn
I EGYPTIAN AWAITS .Ln:Fh---.\M $5n; : 1565-R !>U9-4lx

i FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Furnished cottage. Hot water :
Infants accepted No pe*',. Apj I j FOR SALE-USED CARS

Overseas ply upstairs, rear 1012 'erel;.
Hotel law rat '. Coffee i
I II Street.
shop, bar. oct2-2Ct sept29-4tx .1946 Plymouth excellent concliticn. -
""
Best offer over $150000:

f GARDEN AND LAWN '! Furnished three-room ttage.1 Can 7< 0, Extension 443. Li'ut
SUPPLIES Adults no pets. Phone .j I Stockton. octl- u

i!t 625 Angela. sept33-3tx

Helpful suggestion ( Plymouth sedan. New moc.
that will
aid
you recondition lawn ( FOR RENT-BUNGALOW I CompleteJy o\'t'rhau ,.",,,n..."
vour and --'
garden. : Garden and lawn'pruncrs. Two bedroom I for long trip $805 Jwces. 419

raKChcct e clippt:1'S.. hand bungalow screened i William. cell?.x:
f i porch, all electric
kitchen, two.I !
hoe, rakes .. Key i*
I
car garage, beautifully land 1911 Pontia
i West Garden and Lawn ?"r- convertible Call
: scaped. No
ply Co., 9H Fleming St.. Tel pets. $125.00 per 249-W. octl-3
month to Dec.
1019. I 1st then on seat I I
sept28-t sonal to May 1st Paul's Tire J Brand new PONTIAC Station
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HELP WANTED-MALE Shop. octl-tf i i We eon. Must sell at once

L : Write Box R.A.W., c/o Citizen.

I : ,. Young man to work in plant. Apply FOR RENT-HOUSES -I j ;: t 8tuesthurssaTtfoct2sa

Office. 101 imop'on., Ct: ttuesthur>-(fI
I Furnished ux-room house reasonable i _
Key West Coca-Cola Bottling
Co. : rent 1214 Packer I FOR SALE-HOUSES
Sll R
ia oct 1-"i Apply in rear. sept27-6tx

HELP WANTED-FEMALE I I Waterfront home, landscaped. lot
+ Thrce-ro m house, completely I II 50 x 100, furnished, two bedrooms -

J c 'Y .. Baby sitter young colored girl furnished. Working or settl_ 't'O baths electric

s t or elderly woman. Key West j j permanent. couple.629 United Referencesexchanged. I I kitchen. Bargain for quick
Bedding Street sale. Terms Owner. 2313 Patterson
t .! Co. between: 13 and 6. i -
ocU3tHELP i! tCtl-2tx j Avenue. opposite Yacht

1 Club. '
FOR RENT j
OR LEASE
WANTED-MALE I} oct2-sa fues.thurs-

OR FEMALE I i Two stores. suitable rot'- office 1 r Small. completely furnished house

... Wanted :_ Substitute teach@rs.1 space, or any other kind of 1 an(1 large lot. Electric kitchen.

\ Grades 1 thru 6. Poinciana Ele business. Apply Perez Bros i Close to bus line 1414 Leon
.'T'I' I Bakery, 1025 White
Street. :
( WircpnotoEFTHALIE Street.
sept28-30oct2-3tx
mentary School. Phone 117 ij!! .
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K\ IltIDciu. 1 or call !
at
Egyptian war fiancee of Herschel D. principal' office. ,
FOR
Regan of ThomaSTiUe. Ga, arrives in New York aboard the !! sept29octl23iWanted ; FOR RENT-COTTAGES RENT-COTTAGES.
'* j TRAILERS
AND
s... ROOMS
S. Kfc divc. *ni is interviewed bv Reporter William Murlna: : i J AND APARTMENTS

1T'"* bride-to-b wn held al Ellis Island by iritnigration -Qualified 4th Grad? I .
officials:
*,"until teacher for Pomcwna Elel11 Completely furnished cottage or
Regan posts $503 for her. <<1- j
Cottages and
: : tary School. Phone 1175 or apartments directly trailer or comfortable sleepirg
+: -- call on ocean. Private beach. Apply ,
--- --- -- at principal's office. rooms at Summer rates. Young'Tourist'
1
Who sept29octl-2-3t South Beach Motel I j Rest 1721 Flaglerj .

Knows? f The Answers ; octl-tf: Phone 11 s2-J. octl-2tx

j i i FOR .
SALE-TRAILERS -- --- -
-- .

P?}the. The United six Nations"principal organG .;."| 1. U.N. General Assembly, '' f']1942 Reo semi-trailer.. Perfect :I' r __ .. _. '_ -, -- __ _= '

?,2., What Security Council Economic and I! condition. : 'I
is the capital of Hy. Social Council : 250. 1115 blurgaret For
International
d QUALITY FLOORS
r bad? Street oct2-6tx' ICs
,
Court of Justice ,
$&. Who is the Trusteeshfp <
G General of new GbVertior-' Council and Secretariat | I!i Inlaid

:,4. Who is Pakistan the first :I 2. Hyderabad.' : i t MISCELLANEOUS ,i Linoleum
woman to
<*cupy a Senate seat* 'I.1 4.3. Helium Khwaja Nazimuddin. !| Washers irons, vacuums and ,
doc Kentile
; not burn or!
fan
5Why is helium preferred to explode repaired. O'Briant, Phone
; hydrogen does. ,
hydrogen 1164-M.
for dirigibles and b. CaPt. Nathaniel Palmer, in i i. octl-tf':

? 1820. j 1j STORAGE Asphalt Tile '
j, the first American ; 7. They i
looking for uranl
lead i
tp B?. Prospectors an Antarctic are expedition.busy in.1 tors.um, discarded by gold prospeCt -t lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture veer Colors and Patterns for Erery Room

sgjthwestern or commercial. Phone 798. J 1/1 the House
Colorado.
: Why ,f 8. Argentina. J .
BWhat countrY has" the highf -1 9. With octl-tf,
paid a United States shield. SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY
officers in the world? i
10. San Francisco j
'
-an
9. average HOME NURSERIES
from How, will E. R. P. goods; of one telephone to every two gy FREE ESTIMATES -. 04I
the I I
U. S. be
10. What city has identified the ?most i! persons. Home nursery, Monday through Key West Floor Co.

telephones in proportion to its{ Yellow is the J Saturday, including lunch. $1 !! I Covering
strongest color in Children
day.
Population? per from 1 to 5. j
: j point of luminosity. 813 Duval Street. oct26t. t| 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stutz PHONE 1454SATURDAY



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SOCIETY NEWSBy I Programs} I.r......4Si

By Th Associated Prep B

:
JESSIE GIBSON
1 NETWORK PROGXAM. '

Phones The Ciwea.. oak -siHesidenc Tim U...tent atasdare "..... .. M<
: I standard .tract .
trl A.eq*
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JlUUlnnnlflnllmlllllU1llllllWUIHUUlllliWlIIlHuwWluwumnllUl Seers. S.rs. Meat 1tlt.OrN Ne.h [ 909 s]
llIIUUWWlIUlI1JJI 1 iwiu011uumwiv; f bwr of stay t. 0e least echesrbs.
r f't .Last minoSATUKOAT.r./rast dianeea .... _; OwnarJ
Doctors Entertained For Dc tM".de''
.i of BKWill-
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Neivlv-Wcds W Wednesday EveningA oaotit00 $> 'j : '

.... ....... t .
party honoring newly-weds\,\Comdr. and Mrs. B. L. Malpass ': -X._ Broadaet-.be S :

Lt.-and Mrs. Moses 'E. Rice Jr. Comdr. and Mrs. Albert G. Gibbs, I .wacast. Erery ets--rab Dtj_: --cbeT .1. "

and Lt. (jg) Jack W. Barrett and Comdr and Mrs. E. H. Joy, Lt. < Spertts Parad +ant ". ,

Ensign Doroles A. Carey, who are Comdr. and Mrs. W. J. Hall Lt J 1:1s-Art.k. a of Nunlwr uNssabe-sots-w"t .t

soon, to be married was given II Lat. SBCCOM M.B> ..bc' .1' .
i iI I
Comdr. and Mrs. R. B. Ilanchett, It Iirwwnis siMasI \t Tropi

Wednesday and Mrs. O. A.evening Smithy and by Captain Captain I];! Lt. Comdr. R. C. Ti'ndall. Lt. (jg) j t : .Til-*_;gmm Catbird r SPD S.a k.'( .- :I Tempi

and Mrs. T. M. Arrasmith, Jr. U. ,!and Mrs. M. L. McCulloh, Lt. (jg> Harry w....._trte__ ? ab.., PIESf
Mmfe met :
IMM
t land ; ho
S. Naval Hospital. I Mrs. F.. B. Becker Lt. jg) I|, f Tnw or Fs--? 1tQrrwryeM t MjI
Guests assembledat Captain and Mrs. N. E. -4V-Newe wed a :
and !, Fowler, Lt. Com-ir.i Jack: BeaD C4Ma 1HL .......
Mrs. Arrasmith's quarters for,(iT. M. Duggan, (Nurse Corps), Lt. 70-To Be A......ji-Cb1 l' S i
cocktails before going to Captain 1 Martha J. Stevenson (NC, Lt. TreasuryHawaii 515.4 3igw-abe ,
and Mrs. Smith's for inncr.LL 'Emma L. Gamble I Can Maatafcpa-ab*,
(NC), Lt MariaI I :
r jo-vie Damon slreeadr -
and Mrs. Rice' were married ,I A. Disanti (NC), Lt (jg) Patricia I ( T." Be Announced-c e I :.....
in ._. _
Boston TriW
recently. They are now L. Higgins, (NC), Ensign Margaret }News B Jurv taah.7:4Sl .abe .

residing at 1227 Division street i I M. Ryan (NC), Ensign Vila J. r'anD1ct..J' 1
Members of the medical department Hovis (NC) and Ensign Christine Alton Sport Soatr-ellatJ" G

who attended were: M. Testa, (NC). e:OJ-Hoilywood Y
SJB It AR at.
.._ Cf-
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-- -- -- Johnny J1 eb r. Cj *djr-.k
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Twenty Qaadss. Q U-*itj. .
Poinciana.PTA Apply To WedAn ()P) Wirephoto ':1 -Hollrw :
I .: -Truth or ColLl4Mlir -.- .
Executive Board PRESIDENT TRUMAN shakes hands with smiling Indian Chief Amarin Maio_bc
&!.. Cat Show rab.
Stop -
application for a marriage Robert West (right) during a stop at Muskogee OklaOD his I 9M-Hit Parad. Sinatra-BM : Nat

To Meet Monday license was filed yesterday in the campaignswing through la*,west. The tribesman wearing the I Amsterdam Slo".j. PreH
gang Busters Drmma-abe .44 .DelJ
office of County Judge Raymond horned head dress in center is Perry Aunko. a Creek Indian. Life Resins at 8 -
The R. Lord by Samuel The Indian girl was not identified. But don't let the warlikewar ':3G-Judy Canova. Sbow'* ate'
executive board
of Poinci- Bogner, 46, .
.. It tads to ii* craM-c'-Tjrj : CIa
a ""' ana Parent Teacher Associationwill of 603 Southard street: ,and Jennie bonnets fool you. West and Aunko are peace-loving students What 8 My N.m.-abcdamS & k' J3'

have its regular monthly Molina, 41, of 905 Simonton. at Bacone College' in Muskogee. 10.00-Dennia of Song Day's Qul D.r--mb h ,'- ., .LuRaa
street ,
Hems Town 8aosioseb.whin .
meeting, Monday October 4. at Qeh b. &
-- -- Ctik-co Theater -jnbe .Mak
ttai
8 p. m. in the home of Mrs. to:3O-GraDc1 Ole
Pr7.-.bo Ax
Charles McCraw The WeatherFORECAST tilWhat's )" I :
16-2 Poinciana MBitarr Ball-
.. I Hayloft HoeJown-&hc : v
place. Doingat I N.C.C.S. 11O-;News Varietr--M f,',or
Ntw.. Variety S b.-<" ,cNews
the and Isaac Hoprsbts.. : OPH1
Key West and Kora'a a Kmckin'-mba,, -
AUdubon Vicinity: Partly te'11:3QDane. .
SocietyTo 1021 Dual Street .
ARMED SERVICES Band 6twwrmbswM
cloudy with indications of widely .....
scattered afternoon | DEFENSE FORCES us)0-DaaC1Ct CooUnutd abWfH, r '
Meet thundershowers. Y.M.C.A. i
:
Tuesday Not much in 'S
change
temperature Jackson
Square. Whitehead I f PROGRAM
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I : gentle to moderate east and and Southard Streets -
A meeting of the board of di- ;. southeast winds fresh in show- cmuwm UllllGi+MJUlllUlWlJ1IDIII1IIIIII1I ; NETWORK PROGRAMS t* r '

rectors and committee membersof ers. 'JlDllDllJaIltllIllIlllillUlUJmnmmmmullltllllftP jj Time >* ea.ter* itaod rrf. rents: p
'Florida MONDAY MONDAY tr..l .t."d.r ..."tractr rer .
the Screen Tour Committee of : Partly cloudy south : ..
1:00 P. L-5:09 P.M. mountain standard > btract t ,
the Monroe County Audubon and central portions with scat- 9:00 P.M.-Juke Box Dance. Writing hour Some local atatieaa CIoI"" ;
Society will be held tered afternoon thundershowers 9:43 P.M-'Truth Con- Room, Ping Pong, hour of relay to. .*>t local aehedKlHiUast I
at 8:00 p. m. or I Pool minvte ... ram than .t.*.
on October 5 at the home of M:. thru Sunday. Cloudy with occasional sequences Quiz Tables Showers not be ...cs..4..... .

and Mrs. George Mills White showers and thunderstorms Show." ers, Sewing Ma ..

508 Simonton Street Stuart S. in extreme north portion this aft- 10:15 P.M.-Dancing continued chines. ', ,
I I 7:30 PM.-8:30 PAI. SUNDAY, OCIO1iL') iAR.1we
Whiting, the Society's president, : ernoon and tonight becoming TUESDAY: Spanish.Beginner's .

urged all committeemen and i partly cloudy Sun lay. 7:30 P.M.-Shuffleboard Sessions -, Class 4
: tOG-Am.ma
directors to be present Jacksonville thru the Florida on the patio I Senorita Senildes To Be Anaouae.d-cQ UnHed. Ta&B* H1 H1a colS
:
J Straits: Gentle to moderate southeast (supervised). Remond Instructor Sam Newe Pettl..ill Talk he-balt, .
!; to south winds and partly 9.00 PJlL-Little Theater TUESDAY Comv.nlarymba1:19Editor : .
Convent Alumnae at Home-eJo i -
!t cloudy with widely scattered Goo u p Reeharsal j 10:00 A.M.-Bowling, for Navy I1sw.ltroaatast-sob. ,

showers and thunderstorms: in (Service personnel j I Wives. at U. S. Sub 1i3Chlc to KoundtaWi-.bu .
Will '
Meet Monday To Be ADnouDCed-cba: .
south and central Base
thru
portion welcome to attend: Bowling Alleys. National Ve.per_be
Sunday::1 Moderate variable winds and take part). | %:00, PAI.-Navy Wives Swim Alibi. Qul Show-mb. '
Mrs. Amelia Cabot, Educational -i i(becoming northerly in extreme : WEDNESDAY: I ming. U. S. Naval zO n First Piano Qartat-yD. : i
Festival of Son -
group of the Convent of,,Mary : with occasional showers. ; YMCANCCSRedCross. 7:30 PAL-U. S. Naval Hospital Air Force Sbowsob2:30Untvenltl

Immaculate, announce, that the ; East Gulf of Mexico Moderate Party, jointly with Theater- "W" :
To Be AJinouacedMr. -
<
t .. meeting,. originally tiar hfduled'P1for I to northeast worlds-in ex.reme II % ,1:30 Pitt.--Shuffleboard .Ses- .. American Red Cross. Pr.sid..tbef : i.
September 20, but ',,"hich'was north portion and cloudy sions on the patio f -4. '(2nd Tuesday). 'N.w.t "Ya.rsas' P. .Y. :-._ I ..
postponed due to the hurricane I with occasional showers 7:00 P.AI.-U.. l O -CBS aTmrhow-t1. 1.1. "
|I becoming : (supervised). S. Naval Hospital Kewe Broadcaat abe :
will be held Mondav. October J Partly cloudy Sunday. G.entleQ i 9:00 P.M-"Ye Ole Country Entertainers to the klu .lo Broadcast=mba ft-

4 at 8 p. m. in the home of I i moderate southeast to south winds Party", featuring Ward (3rd Tuesday til*-A...rica. Alma_e-aba : 1. ....

Alumnae President Mrs. Edward I land' partly cloudy with widelyscattered I 9 Square Dancing,, ). J:30 Treasury-Cna )Jan'Naafi-son. FamUj_" ss ee.

r Graham 407 Whitehead street I I showers and thunderstorms Virginia Reels and[ WEDNESDAY Ju'inUe Jury-">o S Hi

elsewhere. i Irish Reels etc. 1:00 PAL -11:00 PAL 4KX>-Quit Kids. Joe Kelly-ab '. ,
-Billiards
Jacksonville Cal Tinney Tali-abe .5 S
Calendar Of !I N small to Apalachictlao : !' THURSDAY: Ping Pong, Writing House of Uyatery-tab* .*' .' 51.a
craft
or storm warnings S 3:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M. Classesin Room, Sewing Ma 4:1V-Johnny! Thompaoo Son.- >f. <
II have been issued.Keporl I II 4: 0-Newa: Living 1"$-.b -
Coining Events I I basic photo- chines. Skyway to Stir-cbaTbe f
I I Jraphy. 2:30 PAL. -Hospital P a t i e nts' Opera Album-abeDetective

MONDAY. OCTOBER i 9:30 P.M.-Dance, John Prit- Fishing Partv. joint Myaterie-mba .
4Executive I I, IOO-J.... Pickens Show ob o i iS
Board, Poinciana cha-d and his Or program, N.C.C.S.- Bob Q. Lewis Show-cba '
!I Key West, Fla., Oct. 1, 1948 i
PTA chestra. Vocals by Y.M.CA. and Quiet Please Drama-aba .!\
meets at 8 tfm. in homeof (Observation taken at City Office i Red Shadow Drama-mba *
Mrs. Charles McCraw. 16-2 ;i, 8:30 A.M. EST the members_ of Cross. S JO-Bob Merrill Concert-abiSunday :
) i the Theatre 1:00 P.M. ..... .
Poinciana Place. Group. -Navy Wnes Physical In St. +--cbaCounter -

Alumnae of Convent of Mary Highest yesterday Temperature 1 FRIDAY! Fitness Class. Quick.Spy a flash Drama-mba-aba '

Immaculate meet in home of Lowest last night 76 86 ; 8:00 P.M.-Variety Nite : 2:00 PAL -Navy Wives Club. avesi.e Sbt S
Mrs. Edward Graham 407 1 Bridge, Pinochle I -630 P.M.-Boxing Class.
:: Mean 81 /.00-Catbolic Radio S rvke-"
Whitehead street for program Normal Movies. : ,9:00 PAL-Juke Box Dance. The ..son J' Ttme cba *"' ,
81 News Commevt
-abo
directed by educational:: Precipitation SATURDAY: I THURSDAY Roy Roger Sbow-mba

chairman Mrs. Amelie Cabot. Total last 24 hours .92 ins. 'I 2.00 P.M.-"Town Tour" 2.00 PAL-Seaplane Base Pool, .:1S-Xewa Summary tw ,
Total this Navy Wives. :30 Ozil* and Harriet-ata 4
month .92 ins. photogenic Key ,
i Percy Faith Concert-.b s: .
SEMOR GIRL SCOUTS Excess for month .54 ins. I West (sign in advance 1:00 P.M--5:00 P.M. Sewing Greateit Story-a be ', I

HAD OVTIXGSATVRD IY I Total this year 40.68 ins. at the club.* Machine, Typewriter 7:00 Ntck Carter. Detective-mba ','j

The !!, Excels this year 12.11 ins.i 7:30: P. I.-8:30 P.M-Voice re Writing Room, The-Jack Gene Benny Autry Show Show=age-cb' -, ...
newly formed Senior Girl Go for
House
Relative cordings. Showers. Quii-a bo )
Scout Troop had its first Humidity Sherlock Uolmu-fflba
outing i 8:15 P.M. Movies FRIDAY
at 1:30 AM. announcedat
Saturday at West Martello 'I 7:30-FhII and Alice-nbe ., ..
Tow-I 77% the club. 2:00- PAL-Softball for Navy Anw.and Andv-cbaCarneeie ,
ers., The group cooked BarometerSea 10:15 P.M.-Second show Wives at Bayview Hall Music-abaGabriel e
on top of the old fort. Heatter bbow-rnb* :
I ( Level 8:30 A.M.. same feature. Park. 1:00-Charlie JcCartbJ'-nbe' .
Girls attending were the Misses I j I 3000 ins.-1015.9 mbs. SUNDAYS 2:00 P.M.Prenatal Class. Department Sam Spade Adventure*-cb. : ik.
Zola Camus, Barbara Stop The Music Quit *
Delgado,
e EsTomorrow' 9:45 A.M. Java Club. of
AlDuaaeSunrL Health The
Mediation Board-mbe
ther Smith, Elsie Thompson, Dor-1J I J t I __ 6:19 a.m. 11:00 A.M.-"Go To Church Instructor. *:30-Fred Allen Comedy-ab C

othy Anne Ann Yates.Miller, June Yates, and II j Sunset 6:12 p.m. Parties." 9:00 A.M.-5:00. PAL Sewing Cabin It'. A B-II Living Dr.ma-t'b.-mba .

The I j Moonrise 7:02 a.m. 2:00 P.M.-Classic Hour, announced Machine. Typewrit- .:00.-Merrv Go-Round-abe ? i

the leadership new organization of Mrs. is Marion under I j I'I j Moons 6:57: p m. at the er, Writing Room, Helen Sunday Hayes Journal Theater-cbs-abo s'

Stark, and all 'I New Moon October 2 Club. Showers. Secret Mission Drama rab*
girls between the 9:00 P.M.Fellowship Hour" 9:00 PAL-Dance, Orchestra *:1 -Hollywood Comment-aftaJO
of 14
ages and 18 who
are interested -Chaplain French every other Fridav -Album Familiar Jloaio-ab .
I TIDES
in Our Mis Brook
scouting are invited to *--cba
join. Tomorrow with Beatrice Moreno alternating with the Theater Guild Hour-ab
(Naval Base) at the piano. White Hat Club Hollywood Comment-a b. S
I ':4V Twin News Commeat-ml* *
Eastern Standard I 10:00 PJtl.-Coffee Hour. Dance.
Time
Intimate I 10:00-Take It or Leave It-B&Lvm
Glimpses I High Low SATURDAY end Abt"--eb.
10:16 a.m. 3:35a.m. GAME ROOM-Chinese Check 2:00 P.M.-Boxing Training. Yoicea; o( Siriote-ot+ S

Lt. and Mrs. Gerald U. HowelL I 10.08 p.m. 3.33 p.m. e ra. Chess. Cards, Ping Pong,,, 1:00 PAL S-00 P.M.-Dressing 13:50 Strike-Hcr It<'.Rich Heidt-cbs Sbow; -al*

with two children Bonny Jean Pool, Writing Desks. Library,, Rooms. Showers. Commentary Oft Movlt.-ti*
and ADDITIONAL Current Magazines, Various T To Be Announced-mba
Jerry will leave TIDE DATA aSUNDAY
Monday 10:45
j To Be
Announced aba
for San Francisco. Lt. Howell_ Reference Station: Key West I ble Games etc.INFORMATION. 10:00 A.M.-Communion Breakfast 11.00 Xewa & Variety <-tva ai} 5' i

who is Machinery Superintendent Tim of I Height of DESK-Ten-, White Hat Club Views, 'artety. Dane* luau ,
at the U. S. Naval Station StatiODTid. (jhighmatu I nis Rackets. Golf Clubs Fishing U. S. Naval Base flews J.ewa.and Dance Dance Band J>aod S Hra.-ab-*lnbl :

has received orders to USS Sahia Honda :Lines. Cameras. Checking Service (2nd Sunday). 1x:00-Dancing :

BRECKENRIDGE (AP 1V6). The I, (bridgeoh 10m 0.0 it.I:I Film Service, Mailing and 1:00 PAL Picnic at Swimming -ftb0 '

Howells have been stationed in No Name Key + Wrapping Packages. Receiving I Pool Wiener Roast

Key West over two years and : (east end) }2h 20m I,,Messages. Stamps Railway Express (sign up in advance]). Interesting Noteft i

have become quite well known Boca Chica I Service.

in this area. (Sandy Point) Oh 40m : SHOWERS.TELEPHONE. Information and housing serv. Mexico is the chief: lUlU rodw. :
Jalcles Channel : BOOTHS. ices, city maps. ing area in the Western h e44

Miss Nancy Mirgan. 1400 Reynolds : (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft I LESLEIGH DAVIS. Religious literature library, phere. .tai]

left yesterday for Washington 000 I Director telephones, stamps, wrapping and ;i
D. C. where she I GERALD FINDER, mailing packages '
will iOTE: railway express In Switzerland, the ( I t
spend several weeks with friends. (-)-Minus sign: Corrections!j LILLIAN Program WEAVER.Direct service, laundry pick-up muruats work as the Swiss :L .
to be subtracted. j available to all defense forces Party. S
Visitors in the city today were I Secretary and their families. a
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections I
Paul Johnson and Jim Grossman be added. toy. DOREEN CRUZ. MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, The Ethiopians or Ab-ssUianS e/
Desk Aida
who flew down from Miamiin (h) Hour. Executive Secretary.
j j may be a very ancient admixture -
a :small pontoon plane. They (ft.) }eeL MISS HILDA CASTILLO, of '
Semite with Negro.i'*
landed and tied up at A. & B. (m}-Minute The ancient Hebrews were the< Secretary.The ., a
e
founders of medicm
Fish Market dock Mr. Johnson preventive e
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The of the
beginnings Jvg
> and public health ;
measures.
was a resident in Key West threeI Panama Canal tolls have paid, population of the Virgin: Regiment of Artillery. U. =. e
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>ears ago. and he and Mr ross- ;I all costs and given some 2',. of' The Zoological Gardens in I.bnd.; is estimated at about 10': I Army, dates back to the rear '

man visited:: many of his friends I the net capital investment in adBuenos Aires ranks with the, white, 10 Ci mixed and 80>% ; 1802, when the Engineers were
Negro.
her
They reported flying over dition. -
I I i I finest in the world. t separated from the Artillery
the loess, and Mr. Johnson exclaImed

over the populated apcu'ancc r The distance of'the earth oral I The population of Los Arise]Ira With the exception of medicine -| It is the presence-I of nitro:

p they present from the i I the moon is 240,000 miles; from is the 1870's was around the 7,000 chemistry outstrips all other,! in the atmosphere that give; till
sciences
I in its
air. ._ the sun, 93,000,000. m rk. men employment of wo golden and orange-pink 1U toi

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rogramsPROGRAMS ;r. !i eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeve... ................................. ......4........ = i S I I

tea Press j BENNY'S i TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY sS-ys"USDIRECTORY> WUlDIRECT YOU "! I


>tract" '''clal'1l.e/.5. hautC Far.... 4.. j: Motor Court : ....................................q.........1t ........ ........ ............................................. "

bal bar*atati auhtract fYhaOCTOIU t f/F?;: ) I I.i e.R. r ;: 909 Simonton Street : : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 If It Is EIctrl t ,. I WE m i 1 .. j
fit local Nice :
I.\} \ CRAIG
g.a/n e...ach.d.4e...... cart.r i f --; : Ownership-Management : Selection of f GIFTS and SOUVENIRS WE nr' I ':. .. : POOR OLD J '

t:or= : of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action.-Toys for the Children : We Will,.Call For and Deliver : :. WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Service Station i
,. S. SEE OUR : J0? an' Experience la EUcUical Work :
,.
2 > WILL I
..... I ;,,-. : RE OPEN : : SHOWING'tf';', Electrical. Appliances J\ S : : J. ... BRADY. Maae PHONE 8134.:: :

)dean-abe : SOON : .. ,....,. tt.' ...<:.,....:.,............................. :: lLCaL1211 Duval Street : : Marco Mesa. Jr.. Prop. ;: :, Treads: sad Diricioa Str*.t* : ii t

ry DayeMnettbe :...." ". -h..t..;.' .'no...J.... p....:.......... ............. ELECTRIC 701 DUVAL STREET Tire Tubes Batteries Auto AceeMonea : i'J

fs.iD..ta.tmb.*'--nbe.-lrt.t' : The STEAKSTropical Best of( i: HOME SUNDRY. STORE i :S..- ._ ._ ._ ..............111.,...TELEPHONE.........>............ :. 122 SIMONTON- STREET :.. !. "Your. ...PURE.;. OIL..and....GASOLINE.... .Dealer"Body .. ......1s .: l :M.u ::
Memo t ebe '" 55 55 555 555 S.SUS SS.SS SI. i ..// .e "". : Dry Cleaning; : ... 1111.....1......1111.....1/...1...s.111....1...1........ .
tarsabcymphny.b DRINKS and 1207.DIVISION S$ .N.EAR.CQB. WHITE ST. :
j' : '
f & Tempting Fresh FRUIT : PRITCHARD : : and PrrstingJ4HOUR : and Fender i
.
J|er Seat-cba Sporta abe tmba t*. PIES will be aarilable ': "Your, Potronogp InritecPice > t .: :. RUSSELL'SDRY :. SERVICE : ,i Repairing-
mbaaai ,: : shortly at BENNY'S : : Cream .{ FUNERAL .: Fre Pick Up and ;
-w Proprietary MedicineSick : .
ae ; :
Connn.Dtary-eN' ". MOTOR COURT : GOODS Delivery Service : : AUTO PAINTING -
wame. -.-abeInouaeed J Ji .1...................... : Room-Supplies School Supplies : : : ; : J SUITS for MEN : ':: COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE :
nd S'beJoIualclaDlIIbf-cb* : Toilet Preparations and Articles : HOME : 110S OLIVIA STREET : : and WOMEN : ;

I .I II ..k'' : .................. ......... .................... .. : : Made\ to-Measure l : : AUTO-AND :

I.tie serenad..abnbiTral r be 'Ji.' I. !.................... ...../ .. .e /..... :/........... Let Those Serre :. PHONE 373Specialising .. :. PHONE- 282 :. i TOUY'S BODY SHOP S

eMmbe "* ? ...a.................. (03.OS GREENE SlntET :.
bael Sonic a--ba.,"*.' : MUMFOfcD[) and ROSS Who Serve Best : : ............................................
aorta- f GOMEZFURNITURE : ............................................. I
Theat.rabcty.* : 220 DUVAL STREET : WE HAVE NEVER in .:11.1.................
c..Iulcb.. 4- .
n -
i ttiona ner Comedabe'Quia-mb4; '::_:!. : CO. : : Exclusice.Monroe:County Distributor for :: BETRAYED A TRUST- :: : Women's and : 4 GLAMOROUS? : I J

k.ConMQuencea Hone, ,Race:: -at**... .j : 720 DUVAL STREET : i Carrier Air-Conditioning : .. WE NEVER WILL. v.' a t a .. ILOPEZIFuneral ,! Get Set For Fall With The H.- : I!

[".lone Show-abe-mb* ,b.k t tCo : Ambulance Servicetelephone : Children'sApparel : deb-u-curl :
: : Nationally Advertised : I
:
Sinatra-nba t." i for Domestic and Commercial Use ,
Nl'io.-eb.. t j:c-; Products : 133 PHONES S : 548 : :: Service Cold Wave Permanent .
I Drama abt : Delaware 9150 .
lora lit k*-raM ;;* ; Covering Plastic Floor :. .eeweaeeee-eee..............................4FtObR ... : Never Sleep : : : : Established 1835 : : -..ti 1) A soft, naturai..looking permanent
*i< .Iae0ranl-cb/Showo-nbo IH- i : ........)........................................ : : :;/
Clopay Fiber :
1 1'1. Venetian : ......d................ 1...............1.....1 : that will eiveyou that
.(ame-&be uU-mba l.. l; Blinds .. ...................1.............e........... .: Licensed Funeral : N/ NEW LOOK and make 0
Day_b ..: : Luggage. Appliances : :. ,, : : Directors and : J .. you tne Glamour Gal $1 :
'_Iteanioa-eba bo' ". "I .Radios : \": ; '. E J. A MYERS i.il. i. : : \ of the New Season .
-atmbe Oprr aba a.Uehs ,f : .Magee and Mohawk : .: \ /.,#' SANpING ON OLD OR NEW f 100*t : Embalnicrs24Hour "..-I."al.. I. P.RI.."\t;\T
f i Axminster Rugs : : \\'A1I"I""\'. HUH ST\"LI'G. TIST- ; .C
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dowaabgVaretyl.be < S IMi ANU SCALP TRFLtTMB\T ,
Licensed Make Your
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1 t S : E.Z Terms : GUARANTEED WO K : '
rye I nr*-cba Ambulance Appointment BEAUTY :
aee Hour-ab* ., OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M. : fiXFfVlNCEDiMENMODEtN : : CAROLYNOreneas
ackiA'bs: : i Now SHOPPE :
MON. and SAT. : MlTHODSJ PAINTING Contractor I (r
ft'nhwel-ab.w.t! Show*-ttib J.. ......1............... .. : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED: : J. Service : : Tel. 175 Hotel 919 Fleming St. \\i; E

Telephone 817. lit Dun Street Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 63$ : DONALD BARBER ;

i 7" -..e .. .... ......... J j J. Douglas Trevor :.............................................. te...e..1....e........ ............................/11.............................a..........1..............5S..:
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K PROGRAMS ": : sQ : 1 1 11 a teeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ....1.1.111...1.....11.1.11..1.........1...., }
ra tla.dard. r r eta. : PRICE TOURSRepresentatives 1829 Harris Ave. Key West. Fla. / 1...1.................. :. .
.ubtract a. Hur. P Electric : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK tf1
**r* swvtract i
lee
fecal t. hl I.csl tati.m aek.dr.wr..ram ckmnOCTOBU / t iS Paaat".nger : I PHONE 1371-R : BOIPOINT Ranges i Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. i ii Scientific Beauty Culture- '"' ; '
changes s a. ,1
: in All Branches
: : Refrigerators Disposals and Electrical AppliancesWalniig F" ... ;
< \ : Machines\ for Immediate Delivery : i : Thoroughly Experienced !\
r' e* A-ISS <77H)Wieeeeeeeeee : :!

he, .pAeited. 'a j:!;; t S I FLORIDA EAST .................................... *.> HOME APPLIANCE i : CONCH SHELLS .' Soft W ter Operators Used ExelailTrfr ''t-, ; I II i 1

T 7k_ :t AU Sues : :
.- Talk- Rc-ba U l ............ .. .. ......aaaeeeeeLandscaping .. ............................................
iPcBtarmb Horn*-. 1 : law Located: Next : : Save : .............55S555.........1/....IIe..a..1................ '' :. COCOANUTSSPONGES ......................//51..........eeeee 5.. '
cast-mb. iSSrI"6 i I Insurance Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited : !\
: :
rKoan. Top
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...ra-abe. 1 .: bid;.!!.: b* INSURING with : Frances Beauty Salon !
.l OFFICE I .
Show-mb.: : hold and personal Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance (c. TOP SOIL. S6.50 PER YARD or $1X0 PER SACK : : Park. Owner
Quartet-abe
no 1 Frances ,
|Songcband _.-' e FLEMING STREETHear : : effects.: : MARL HAULED.SUM) for 4 YARDS : : Will Ship to Any Pan : STREET
\\orldabaow ; ; .. All Policies Non-Assessable : of (U. Canada 1010 GRINNELL I
; : of La Concha Hotel Save 15% on : Also Lota Cleared and Marl Spr.ad-Very Reasonable .: or

Theater-mba-nba :: MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, Ag,. Phone 674 : : i: Marcy S. PaUcio : '' Beauty Culture in all its Phase i' _,- : i
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t ,
1 PHONE :
llDCedb.f t I" J 124 1021 Olivia St. : Treatment : r4\
Bt-abe nn.' Papal-J U .. ,,1 ;;,.... ..... ...............e.....r........................... : tr'mWj''Il'H: PHONE 801JEFFERSON : :, hear 401 South St. : : lye "Facials Permanents. Shampoo'Scalp.ManicuringMARION'S :. ..... 1
phonylt6Jeastabe '
.........._................................: .. KEY WEST. FLORIDA : rot AppoialmS d Phone 1311 '"
deist-mbe 1 t hAlmtnae ............eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeB.&B. ..i .. .. ...1..1........eeeeeee 1 .................. ..........................I
// e / / a. 5.re ....... ...............
+ab J eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeRide : ..................... .f
r : '.................*....
lfabo: t ; CYCLE SHOP : COFFEE SHOP i 1
the Bus the j jr. .
to : t
KeUbo J : 118 DUVAL STRZZT: : REAL ESTATE !
8 Joe :
Talk 4bcIyt.ryWba ., GOLF COURSE : 122 Fleming St. R. M. DS- tS1l.. Prop. Phone 1013 ; : and :
Open Dally Sunday
\ ,.1. : : Sales CAYO HUESO ,
Thompson SongabJ.log ./' o I' t : Cushman Motor\ Scooters : : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M.. : .. ; t ap '
It4l-nbo' **;.*jStaracba : : SERVING T\. : Appraisals : BEAUTY SALONSouthernmost ojS

Lrat.rlfa-mb.Album_bo 'I.*!?, J ,,, : : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE: liners 1' : :' Lease in the U.S.A.House ; Sw.

|ken. Show' nbo .. j ..... Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Rentals : 1400DUVALSTANSpecializing

via r*a ma iTama Sbow9 -mba-->abe Kk *. ra'I" : 1 RIDE AWAY. ...............REASONABLE............PRICE.....:;1-.........-..-..:> : Management In I

"J Trill Concert-ab* ., TAKE .. ............e/............................... :.. Improved and Vacant : Hair COLORINGPermanent r
SL t lx>ul.-cba: f Properties In Key West : WAVING e
1. .. .
py Drama aboL : BUS S I f'
: ud Moan County Hair CUTTING ; t
Fluh-mb. :''i NO. 1 ; / INSURANCE r .' Styling ;.
I *aiaf n>;. I to theGOLF / Now Ciubman yen can nd Motor an economical Scooter! : : :'. J. OTTO : : Slenderizing ;

1 Radio Time-Senrlc cbai :*-nb' ', : z' I wtul paying for it .. and the : FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS :. : KIRCHI3EINERREALTOR : Spot REDUCING I -"" t y
ra IlDent-abc i 5OOw-mb. LINKS ; money you aatr oval other ; ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : : : Mechanical MASSAGE g 1 l
of ,
oiathoda transportation paya
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(ummal'J'bc : for a Cnthman. Com la for S : VI :' :: 411 Fleming Street : Mon Wed. & Fri. ; :
Ind Harriet aba Key est Insurance Co. Open
Concert-+ : : Hare Fun! : fr** Information. : :: 119 Whitehead Street : Ennings-Appointments .5I k .

I ler. Detectlve-mbl t KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ...................5.t............................ 311 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171 .. Paoaee 124 and 7J -R ; Are Necessary -', ,
envy Show-nbeI ,: : ...................... : Directly in Front of Postoffice: : : PHONE 1314
Autry Show-cba : I/.1 / "" ............e..................5..... ..... S.e..e.SSSSSS.5555555//
I UM Qula-abo ..... .......... 55 : "CooJest Shop in Town"
lUolmea 555 .555..........1.55....5.... !\
-mb* i".B CY LES" REPAIRED .555......//555......e. 15..11 ... 1 11 1111 .. 1:1555SSS 1111 1 '
)t.d Andv A lie-*-cba nbe t. 1........e........i...t2fHour 1 1 111 11 1 SSSS,
|Hah Muste-abe Sen'/ce FOR RENT JOHN CURRY.PLUMBING !
INSURANCEOFFICE
I eatter bhow-mb* 'If; : : : FOR SALE DELICIOUS

he McCarthy-nbc Adenturaa reps ;:-.:" ': : Key West Jewelery Co. Osr Customers Must B. I : .. tt
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f
J Music Quia-abe :
|tioa Board-mb. : : We Buy DIAMONDS and ; Satisfied 4 : : : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM
: 41 :
Allen Comedy-ab* rJEWELRY. or WHAT : 518 SOUTH AIID :
,
fll Dramacbaringmba DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380
820 '
: HAVE YOU! See DanU!!
I : :
: STREET In the Distinctive; Bur tnul
I Go-Round-abe t :ftw 1 ran or. fr'artory Irrnrar : .- S
[yea Theater I ,t t 't perie.re at Watrbtak. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE C : : Opposite Bus Station ;
ab I.a and JrIr' 11a.ufarlure Installations and Repairs .
pooraal..iota Dramambaoud ; quallilrn u.) 'oo ...*.rr' ; ............................................. Pint Package at
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Commu'-.lIo \ ) cud llrpmdaailHf ..e.....e..... 1 1 SSSSSS .
Familiar u81Dbl( !. repairs. Hbriber il ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone No. 1
:
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Brooks-cba. > : tar freapeuhe .co\" NEVY ARMAYOR'SLA
['lulld Hour-abe : 1..1..0' Ike u..re. r.slll- DRUM BAR and ..
.s Couameatbl ITor Jl-Jrwrl: lafiailPrare -
FREE ESTIMATES ON .
REQUEST
;
U ama) KaaraatrrUr
[: iwa or Leav.CommentD6t.It It-nbe r .. .\.I.\ .-...repair. \nliqur all Llud.lurk...( PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Call Us and Be Satisfied ; :' THE FAROLA SUNDRY : I

Abup..ebat SlrlnrgbaHeld '.. ..4 ('r.warapke. ..I.+ rain.. : 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 PorterAllen
.e .f .r riallirm.srrtice i' : Medicines i
; Show-al>0 IIw Magazines Proprietary
: ,
|Rleb-ct. : !.!\ ".rl milaiaI...... ": bile hwur'IOU : "We D liver" Phones} 781 and '229-W
i Itl ary uncHmbaAtltlouftceda"oa Marls-aba ?site ; .Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Company : School Supplies
: :
JEWELERY .
KEY WEST ,
512 MARGARET
Good
STREET
O Packaged ; ;

[ *Dane Variety.Vanea i'aod 1-r hra.**.be-f>c.tII firtety. J 1 :. CO.Ju.1 _513'2 ro.!...Fleming tar <'.r..St.... :. .......................::::::::::::::::::::::...SSSIISISSSSSSSSSSISSSS:...........................eeee..5.......... *........e....55.....1.1 : WILLIAM ST. at WINDSOR LANE

4GC. 3S era..-mba. :: f 19.: From....-..liual-.....lrret._..._55._!1w .- ..-.-.-.- .-.-.-.- .- .-.- .e.-.-.-.-.-..-1.-...1-.-.-.-.1-........................ 555555555555555..t555.1......5ee.........11.*..

lIC- CoatiAue4.-..._- *.;-,- ": iL. .............................................. e KEY WEST HOUSE MOVERS ". 1 111.1'1.11 1 111 11. 11 "
: S ORLANDO CARABALLO : iD'
S ISLAND TRADING POST
Notes :
ling 707 WHITEHEAD STREET
'I F : When You Go : :
TOs : : Moving, Raising or Shoring Houses, Garages, : Under the New Ownership and Management : k
J the chief Imie prouut-l ; Food Shopping PLUMBING : : DEURSEN : '
Boats or Jf'llalllare You of OPAL E. VAN J
t the Western hemt, \: t 5 Be Sure to Get : : BONDED and LICENSED Distinctive Gifts For All Occasions : 1 1

... I I ]I INSURED CONTRACTOR ; FREE ESTIMATES G1VE -Telephone 1512 : : and Taste3 In A' Wide Price Range : ..: I

(tzerland. the Com- J Jrk All Work Guaranteed' """.IIU : : Corner Whitehead and Caroline SU.eU Phone 1571 :

) as the Swiss Labor wm O Installations ............................1..../11..Iee... .5/55555555555. .. ... .... .1111... ,
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j e O Maintenance 555555.5,555..1...1....5...1 11.51 1 111 1111 1 111 1 111 1111 1 111 1 1 1111 i
lopians or Abyssinians ENRICHED BREADTh Whr Par Mot. When You Can Buy' For Less? : jl 1
|ery ancient admixture> : : e Repair & Seu'ae: ; 9USE YOUR CREDIT : CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET ,

[\ith Negro t ] : Foundation of Today' : Men'>, Ladies'and Children's Wear : Socialising in Spanish Food & Short Orders :
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Innings of the }'iJ'3t : Hd1.1pldnJ gK :S Prompt ReliableREASONABLE : Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads : : DAILY SPECIALS--Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish :
of Artillery U. S : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : and Seafoods ANY ORDER A LA CARTE
back to the sear i14 Mr\ and Mrs. E. F Corral Mgr and Owner :
the Engineers were BALPH FAJIALDO P- moms: ; 11120 : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO : Open Daily 7 AM.2: P.M.: and 5 PM.12 M. :
PHONE
rom the Artillery. .seat&pal IN ; : .
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5 ..................... ...707........................................... :...../115S555S1..1/1/..11/555S55..........
, presence of nitrogen ........................ ...................i ...........................
that gives the I.
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;ATIfX'; ; .b THE Kf.Y WEST CITIZEN; ___SATPRDAY._ .. .
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Rally Day programs.TornorrOW. ,rf HOL
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The First Presbyterian Church Miss Doreen Clawaon'!, cod! a,t it an-

WILL BE OBSERVED will have Rally Day program dur- bar by quartet composed; ofjjk&S
Eunice McCrsw_ .Glenn ErzMcter
Trig its Sunday school terr.: A.. ; : TIGE
Miss Caroline Caah'er and Al
will be,
ipecial Rally Day program
: SUNDAY ft.r. presented and the offering Teseived !'. KlntralL *
IN CITY OM will be used for Religious :
'.-,' Education. This fund helps fur- .'vvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvl

nish literature supplies and Sunday ,
.Communion: Sunday Will Take Place4,. school workers" where' they Grace Lutheran! : Boston
are needed. :: .
Events'I Church
Special At the 11 o'clock services the ; Pirates

V Jn Fleming Street And Firsf: I'I Colored SAR. sacrament of the' tottFs' Supper t: 1115 PETRONIA STREET: :
,* will be observed, in connectionwith 1. Redbir
'.'s..o'-. World; ,ltti4e j<| Communion :

{&. Methodist Churches "ri:r j Church! Sunday Sunday.Rev. Melrose Avery, pastor' will ;: Divine Services7:30P.M. iu,1k.YORK,ANEW -, 'Utt.'..

World Wide Communion as'his WaA ;
On Sunday: have sermon title "The .
LEY MEMORIAL METHODIST, CHURCH STARTS Sunday, as well as Loyalty tee of Eternal Life. The choir will i\; :i: game played* tat n
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f NEW BIBLE I LESSON COURSE TOMORROW Day, will be observed at Trinity H'. sing "Wonderful The Matchless'Grace" -z... bold on second pU<.
.Presbyterian Church the Rev. 'as it special, number. 1\: F. II. ZUCKER, PastorrAAAALAAAALLAAAAA1AAAAA. the Chicago Cun

E MORNING; NO SERVICES SUNDAY AT THE Sigismund A. Laing. minister of At the Young People's meeting, ': In other nigri.: ..
today. 7:30: pjiu a rally day program j ;
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the church, announceu Lotus Brown.tir.:
News/eatures/
POINCIANA BAPTIST CHURCH I I The Communion Service will ,' Will be presented by leaders Miss- ; -z White Sox cuv idea
FOR THE FAMILY with a lot which to es Rosalie and Caroline Camalier.i'
be held at the evening worship. ._ narrow on
1 the Browns
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Church n;
/World-Wide Communion Sunday will be observed twnor-I I, "We will remember our common I build thiS home should be Jusl the thing. U will Special. music will" be .a solo by. ,i. First Presbyterian :;:, the White Sox t 1C: .
rowmorning by the Fleming Street Methodist Church and the need our fellow Christians fit While and Washington Streets :: The' lead of t',l
nicely .
1 intoaspaeeonly300zdOi.etwid.
FitenMothodist (Old Stone) Church/it was announced today II IIf I all over the world, and. our responsibility The D.R. $ R. .. 1 t Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor. djans in the fr&e ,'(

!) -iher patsors. _; :1 I to carry out the Great conservative colonial: plen is simple in design and fl'X!. ..t'&" .. tl' XII., Christian Science I.I .:I was cut t>' !j{;

-tt-was also announced by the Rev. J. B. Reid, pastor! of;;:Commission tomorrow" said the construction. The architect: is Elmer G.rlleck .1 i I SUNDAY SCHOOL ;', day when they ,,1

FleSfing.Street Methodist Church that all visitors will bewel i Rev. Laing today "The New Curriculum rlJ'Vi South Grove Are.. Elgin. 111. He suggest! I STARTS AT 10:00 AJ-: : Tigers 5-3. Cle'd-

come and the members of the congregation are urged to be in i Christian for the church faith and and home life, a that it can best be developed through use of brick -J. "- ."- Society 1 1I Church Service games to play is
i program while the Boston Kt
Qtt ndance. The Rev. Mr. Reid will bring the message at both i will be first used itf the Sunday, Veneer on wood. On the other hand it also lendsWlf : rKey est I 1 11:00 A.MM New York Yur...-::c.
the '
ssrvices, morning and evening His subject at 'evening .. c c
of denomination today. Subjects
Schools
? to sclid brick walls eight Inches: thick.: There 327 ELIZABETH STREET and tomorrow t
Church's I
services, will be. The Obligations "THE WATER OF
final f?
The special offering at Old Stone CSurch will be for the I I at 11 a.m. by William B. Collins I I is a,.full basement with warm air or forced. water Sunday School: 9:30 AM. ETERNAL LIFE" flag chase.outcome t i|

Fellowship of Suffering and Service. Mrs. Paul D. Herrick will sing. ""Gethsemane" by Andre 7:45: p.m. service ;.1I.Ir.. Collins will 1 Sunday Morning Service ,
] The! overall! width of the house Is only 24 feet and.the'full ; 7:30P.M. from the Br'j"1 J:
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V neuf. The choir will "Before the Cross" by B. talk on. "'Walking With'God.r L'" A- At ,
sing. 1, 11. o'CIockSubject and Pittsburgh l'ii
lengthis cubic V
Godard.1 The Rev. :McNeill'' 49.feet. It has a content; \ : Young People's) Croup
Ray.
Mrs. P. B. Roberts will play the following organ I George ..,. X), ; Cincinnati ReU.Z;.
ignotion". by C. Harris andi"Andante" !k---- I II pastor of First Baptist Church, 1 I cf; 23.000) cubic'IHL : This figure can be used to, a. -UICREALITYWedne.4.7 Under Direction of Misses The scores

by G., MerkeL 'I I will preach the sermon at 'both estimate the cost under different local conditions.: .. Rosalie and Caroline' AMERICAN
V the Old'Testament- the topic 1 services tomorrow at 10:50: a.ni* Evenings Camalier
,>At 7:30: p.m.. the pastor wiU i I for October 3. and at 8 p.m.1inrealty" ( j: The architect estimates that it could be built In .I, Meding..t 8 o'CloCk MUSICAL PROGRAM Night lo. Cf'
give a sermon to young people I I will be the subjectup some localities for about 10000. The full length t
"The of this new Bible ) Reading Room Open in Church
entitled. ""Courtship. This will be I study is purpose to help students under-": for discussion' at the 11 am, : living room windows and the break In the frontline ._. Edifice-: will be open Tuesdays Visitors. Friends and Members' j. St. :t..ouis
the"first of series of three t to ,
a I services at the' Christian Science\ Are Invited to Our Services -
ibuhg folks. The other subjects stand how, why. 'and: when Various Society. There'will be meeting -of the rof 'help In avoiding or suggestion '- and FridayS from 6 to 8 P.M. Chieago
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j portions of the Bible were I PI R'19 and Thursday from 2 to 4 P.M- FaRBin :.111'<' 14
will be an-i The Home.
Marriage of the society at 8'p.rn., Wedn s- that the narrow design might leave a cramped: -. J .
Grove
The organ numbers will be "Ave written and what these Scriptures'I day.. ".. ---- Judson c a
meant then and what they mean impression. 1r-----. 24'-fl"
Vferum,? by Mozart. and "Spring j I Divine servi e will be,held &\ __ _
today. This new 'study'will: give LEY MEMORIAL/ Nsabt
I Song.by) II. Tolhurst The an- the Grace Lutheran Church at : - -i--
them \by the Choir, led by Mr. an excellent opportunity for all of 7:30: tomorrow, the Rev. lI ,', CHURCHof ,
1 I p.m. TREVOIIBIDS 1
I TODAY'S
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both students and BIRTHDAYS Methodist Church
Earl--Dillon will be "Jesus the us, teachers. to H. Zucker pastor announced to- Diamonds Go ,

I Very Thought of Thee" by I. fulfill familiar the with deep the'longing Bible.to become I day.The I (Know America) t (Continued! From Page.One) I Cor. Division and Georgia su.- ChicagoSt. Louis

Stelael. Mrs. George Robinson I regular :ln nth1y business Cordell Hull. in Key West Will Advance stcadiI CHRIST The Church With A Welcome
of
will sing "Callest Thou Albert H. Carey, Principal of ex-Secretary :; Gettel, Pap!inedy. L
Thus. Oh. *
meeting of the. Key West Ministerial ; To the State ly .lt and it will but ROBERT Pastor,
W. WEAVER.
Poinciana Eyes born in Picket can it. and Part:
County
Master, by G. Mietzke. Elementary School. is Association.will,be held at ,} Ashbr and Von Phister Streets :
Miss Margaret Pinder will lead the teacher of this Adult Bible .:the annex of the Stone Methodist 1 f Tenn, 77 years ago. :j I will' depend upon the ccncen-: 9:45 A.M. Sunday School;

the meeting of the Methodist Class::! I church, next Monday morning: at j 1- .. I U. S. Senator Theodore F.{i tr ted efforts of'all of us. Accord SUNDAY :Miss Classes Miriam for Carey All Ages Supt. ,
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Green of : Detroit
Youth Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. The Rev. John M. Peyton. pastor 10:15.: All members of the Association Rhode Island. bom lit ing' to our vision and co-opera- Bible Study 10 A.M. 10:50 o'clockMORNING
I IWorshi4i Cleveland
Providence
The Ley Memorial Methodist I of First Congregational church'I j I are urged to be in attendance 81 years ago. f r ft t tion. Key West can be most any-
Church Adult Bible Class I will speak at 1 11 a.m. tomorrow on, I for there are some mattersof Admiral DeWitt C. Ramsey.'*'thingwe.desire it to be." 11 A.M. : \ WORSHIP. Trucks. Houttc
start a new lesson course will I"No Family Discords in the Holy; importance to be discus at High Comm&sioner. of the Trust I!|, In the business session of the Evening "Why Become A Christian S berg Swift, Lcrr.-j::
Sunday I ':::10 : Intermediate and SenIor Zoldak and He '
Communion. :l!
At the I. Territory of the p.m. ;
evening :
I I this session. Pacific, Islands, meeting.only a few items were
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morning. The title of the course: is I I Worship! 7:<1-5 P.M.I M.Y.P.
Exploring the Bible." This t:worship at 7:30: p.m. he will talk The Rev. A. D: O'Briant,. former born in Arizona 60 years ago. i I l acted \.upon, the rooce important I 7:30 o'ClockCandlelight !.
course will run one year. A com-I{01\- "Christ, Our Hope. pastor of Peincian Baptist Church, I Mrs. Ruth Bryan Rhode of Os-f i I matters/ deferred until be new -- I World NATIONALNight !
plete. study of the Old Testament'''I I There will be no services tomor-I will be the principal speaker'atthe sining. N. Y., former diplomaV' Board convenes after next WEDNESDAY .
will be made. row at the Poinciana Baptist I Youth For Christ Rally un4er J born Jacksonville, Ill., 63 years Thursday., Bible Study.,7:45 PJ*. Communion Service
1
j Church, because the pastor, the f direction of Harry Russell, tonight \VecU 7-5a: p.m.. Mid-week Praifer.fleeting. St. Louis
The Bible Class meets every;Rev. J. L.. Ivey is called out of at 7:30: o'clock it the First Methodist ago."Groucho" (Julius) Marx the ; I 'EVERYONEWELCOME I : Chicago
Sunday .morning !I I. RUSSIA BACKS DOWN "'ed. & ::10 p. m. Choir! Frarltce. I '
at 9:45: in the tQwn. Sunday School will be heldas Church.T comedian born in New York 53 I -1 There '7 30 p. m.. Youth Night I Pellet, Wi1aChipman ::: i:
church.auditorium. j jThe usual at (Continued One I Rus: .
9:45: a.m. There' will be. From'Page ) ;
/ tuthor of the lesson is Dr. I "Our Father"/will]: : be the subject Tracy Fairfield/anfl a vocal a saxophone'solo''by years Bob ago.Burns, tor-comedian.. .,i inspection. at the.' same time, will J For' Information. Phone 810 Creit Work for Afl4 A&CuHoueh.Boston .

Undsay. .. B. Longacre.' "What Is 1 of the sermon to be delivered solo by Ruth Strieker.ocfcefc born in Van Buren Ark., 52 !not be adapted. > ; ;-- -. --- --. --- ._- -_. : S
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[I Austin made it plain that befortF ?
-- .. .. .. _-TOC-L-...... ._ years :lgo.Zenjamin. }r F the.United'States favors internal'I :
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M. McKelway, edi- tkuial'control pf. the production of ': COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US : I tI Brooklyn
tor of the Washington. IX C., 't the atomic b mb, ,'assurances must\ C C Bickford t- *

< Evening Star, born at Fayetteville be given to the. ultimate degree I B.;hrman an J C >

I AP N. C. 53 years ago. that Russia,and every other nation I' fLEMING
III Newafeatures [ STREET{ METHODIST CHURCH
;' George T. Christopher, presi- has complied With the UN 1 I
GUTTER SPECS Ifyou're dent. Packard Motor, born Terre ruling regarding the military inj Pittsburgh
i Haute, Ind-, 61 years agO: stall tioes to be sure none of them j j: Ceruer Fleming and William St. ( : J Cincinnati

.. dead set on it, i j Bud Abbott,,. actor-comedian" pan be Used in producing atomic:f: REV. J. B. REID. Pastor : .8' Bonham l HFitzgerald :-,;

jI you can spend ujt to j born in Asbury Park, N. J.; 50 I bombs; I:,a S : Crc_ |
:.;: Chapter 20 what you said about Phil. I I toward you $15,000 now (they ) I I j years ago. SS

EARLY: the next morning Phil he would have liked it." : :; ,'-to sus- eighl-jeiceled say f ,: CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.. Classes For AU Ages : f;
"Martin was buried in the "I don't know what plans ''everything on glasses CARD OF THANKS I City Leaj
fenc'ed'-off made" -he .went on. I : it .was.-sup: I trif/i; solid' gold frames. We"arc, indeed, grateful to', Attend : Merrill Felton General l Superintendent :
clearing the :
on fringe kind: a like V have you stay ; at least: the 1 I I.
of l, the grove of tall cot ton-wood The? cottage was home t* .. Iknew 1] many neighbors and friend .for The'Ohurch : MorniKg. Service ." .. 10:50 o'CIock : ResumeSunday
trees beyond the big house. Phil.-' and even though he's much /or; : STYLE: IN WRITING j jI kindness shown and sympathy U hH .

George and Cathy j joined Nettle now know, I you're.still kinda think around.he'd .: ; "much'. OD. ,e. I;I What is called style in writing ;! extended us in the hours of sor- : Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. : :
row following the death of
op-grave one The side coffin of the was already unloaded dug Tears welled up into her : V or speaking is formed very earlyin { beloved one, the late Camille our : Song Service 7:10 P.M. :

aMt.placed beside it. The punchers "Thank 'you again .she suspected life, while the imagination is j ji Aguero. Special thanks to MissMinnie :S: Evening Worship 7:30 Clock :
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Le.a
stood on the opposite side plied. .. i warm and impressions are perma- City 1
8ay.-her head bowed,stood behind They left Nettie shoul- ;nent.. Robinson for the lendi- SS REV. REID, WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY : at Army Bar:;'=:
the Buochers. Ropes were slung side the grave. Minutes : !!, -Thomas Jefferson. tion of her solo. We trust that S In the.Bombers. i.:rs:
under' <4he coffin. Cathy nudged when they looked' back answered. With a nice taste and care in each and all may accept this expression -'.. i ir.cet:
Geufle'-tnd he turned to her. was on her knees. They an -ida,for I' weaving words together, you will j as personally addressed j L of Your ---, Second ga.-::: :::::
I' Choice
} "Say. .something." she whis along in silence until she stisl, l, j LT. CHARLES AGUERO meet the

kered.*-He' .frowned vYoU must.moistened his lips reached That'was the house.sweet of that'she' express skillful yourself setting makes most happily a familiar, if I I,i ia and FAMILY.. ct2.1'1' .d I THE OLD STONE CHURCH i ," Air Base COT vGilaiore ..:._

George Cathy said. word '
she looked new. I
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with
his tongue. drew a deep He stopped looked I : First :\ : .
Breath. He raised his head.I that's WhiZ -Horace I; ( Methodist) .. This w.l l t
rGo9." he said. "This is PhD stepped patted past her her shoulder and 'at you. And, after all, it is style alone i: First Congregational Church t Poinciana : Corner' of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS : new sent: \o t I|

Martin we're burying. He was a toward the corral. "if Phil by which posterity will judge of 3 j Baptist : G. LEON WEllS Pastor :
good mast We. his wife and his ing? great work for an author can !! 517.527 WILLIAM STREET. : Accord t''
friends, ask you to take good care GAY was standing at the I'm She got to have nothing truly l his: own but I j Between Southard Si: Fleming Church17th broadcast: (u:
Of him. going
I As the Amen.first shovelful 'thudded In their bedroom his style. I John M. Peyton. Pastor' I and Eagle i Sunday Services i' harassed, \w.H::; |
Cathy entered. Gay did -Isaac D'Israeli and ,
not bcok.SLUGGER.
on the coffin. Nettle go? j :
flinched. Sunday School. 3:45 A.M. 945 A.M., SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL ..
Cathy stood beside her
for -
The -
of -
style author should
Cathy stepped to place never an j
her
up I
Classes for All
put her arm around Nettie'swaist ment. to be much be the image of his mind, but the ; : 10:50 A. World-Wide Communion Sunday
Presently the grave: was "When is she leaving?" I all will be choice and command of language j John V. Archer, Supt. I Sunday School MS KM. : Will Be Observed .
filled and the dirt over it asked presently. with her I'I'b 11:00 AJ4. !
was the fruit of exercise.
amoolhed down. There was a mo "She isn't leaving," stand tha. j : 6:30: P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship eC
ment's silence a motionless swered. V -Edward Gibbon 1 MORNING WORSHIP"No Morning Worship, Topic: "Jesus' Way. Our Way"Leader. Miss Margaret Pind.
the punchers pawe.I'then Gay looked at her be: wisest." If you once understand an au- I j Family Discord in the
grave gathered up the ropes and "George asked her to thor's character the cotIlP1e; en- 11 J Holy Communion 1100 o'Clock 7s30 P.M. ,. Evening Worship :
thjt, shovels. Finally the en rarlMJP Cathy went on. "1 think vers'L to go?" sion of his writings becomes e3SY.Longfellow.. I : The Pastor Will Speak On "COURTSHIP". the First cf a Series.
of men. turning as the only decent thing to Prob- 6:00: P.M.. Christian Endeavor 6:30: P.M., Training Union
one. ; -- S of Three Addresses to Young People'Spedal
tramped off. Gay moved away accepted. said. "Right St. John found Christ,. Truth in j 7:30 P.M. :
with them quickened her There was no comment Evening Worship, S S
pace for a ride.
the Word which is God. We look i ..
and left them behind her.and fled Gay. % I EVENING WORSHIP -
will do Invitation To Service :MenThe
for the sainted Revelator I' 8:00 o'CI'khbUc
fn the direction his
of the house. Net- "Cathy, Gay said and in "CHRIST. OUR HOPEi "
te.? turning followed her with turned toward her again. L to the door. I writings, and there we find him. ;
,her eyes. George came forward was In love with me. You for dinner, Mary Baker Eddy j i Wed. 7:30 p.m. Prayer-Praise .--- -- ----
now., He "halted at Nettie's side know that" ,. did you?" ( FrL. 7:30.Young People's Night Cordially Invited
"Nettie. he said.and she looked -N-o. Cathy 'said. '-I The Read The Citizen's Classified: '
09 at him. "Nettie there ain' actually know it even I I way First ChurchCorner
much anybody c'n say ,. you at a' did feel that, there was However sound Advertisements.. i iTfinHy \ --_.--- --,- ---- -- Baptist
time like this. Still. I want you 4 t thing between you two. out for Ullml1l1uIl.UJll1I\11IM1UIlIlUU, \ nfluutffljimiittw imMtww wu u iiuuflUiniiur=i'iI
a
know that I'm sorry.1 "What do you mean?" BAHAMA and EATON Streets

Quiet C 'TUauk mile you and" she he said with'a L .!'We-11. iV was after I'll be. But all T Presbyterian[ CM GEORGE McNEILL HAY, Pastor

her S courage... "And thank marvelled-!* you for at I shack.turned I frqm: noticed:! that )night ht t ( *.) 717 Sbnonton Street (Colored) I Youth for Christ Rally I il ilE

-.- -r-- ---- -- --.,I ..,.. : > : _____ Sic/ismucd A. Laing Minister Director. HARRY RUSSELL
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I SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 AJVL .
ITODAY IN HISTORY the Argonne are closed youths 18 I I Morning Worship | TONIGHT, 7:30. O'CLOCK, AT ff H. E. Day, Supt: ;

(Know America) .Germans(; in thX)' br. 7:00{> o'Clo'kI
of original 600'uniniured 1 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH j jI
John .
l'f80-Maj. obtains iU I Sermon
Andre'aged I : 10:50A.I:
relieved six days; later. Morning Worship n-itERL
23! hanged as a British spy, at 1933-The University in under "THE: MOTE: AND Corner EATON sad SIMONTON STREETS' |
Tappan, N. Y..1879Capt. New York opens. stop a long, ,THE BEAM'sa.day : B Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF 1030 to 11:50:

Stb..i 3i3O I'.".
in
Francis
Albany,,
S. Dodge 1941 Official White ., I 1 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 7:00 PM. &;
Stk: x..tlas CillO P.' Speaker REV. A. D. O'BRIANT
artd 40 colored soldiers cut their, statement: "Since the : Mrs. Elijah: Sands, Director V
Ute Indians Evening Worship -
way through beieg. Constitution declares that g SI

i log the garrison in' Coloradothe dom' of religion is granted -i' 7:ou o'Clook ---- ---- 8:00 P.M. Evening Worship ? A
Ute Massacre.. Thai Good
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hoped that Sermon: Vocal Solo _.u_.__ u_ _. U.n. Hull Strieker | and they
"1889-First Pan American Conference 1942-So-called: A "THAT THEY MAY
in Washington. D. C. Bill enacted by Congress. I BE ONE" | Saxaphonc Solo uhUhnm_ Tracy Fairfield | next we:I

,j91V-Beginning''of the epic of 1945& -End of ? ? I Wednesday.' 7:30 P.M.. Prayer and *:uns.Ks j
World War day Foreign Ministers I Thes., 8 P.M., Prayer Service Praise Service: Js second:]
Battalion
the J psJ il
BRING A FRIEND Friday. 7:30 P.M..
some 600 of the 77th Division London. '1'04111'-1' and Deacons' Meeting -- COME | Choir Practice tt t fey with

pursuing. the enemy in battle of 194$-Army asks w liUuuwiiuutuiwmmwtiMwutiWUiuuHiiiuwi& WlWllWlW lllUWl iJ Uwwwl -.-" -- S S -

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ON! SECOND SPOT .Ball Is Quicker Than the Eye THROUGH t- I


; i By PEOR.O AGUILAR u..1 JUST AS'RE. fflJJflJ/ :: 1
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TBCaERS _, .,, _1Ii'j..r.l'iP_ .'--" ._ >,. "' u.7___ f.*!! H .

DEFEAT. INDIANS t INO:CAME .AT, PRESENT S

The storm .h aif stopped the F -

Browns and White Sox games locally but the.players are tS '

i Split; still playing w their dream. At

Boston Defeats the Navy Yard, Casado, Jack Ydlareai. -
Brooklyn; Calendar f Buster Roberts, and Barber
.
Pirates Win i I Sports 'are all day' talking '-about' 'th" .

From Reds: ,,; I games the n and those that
.' they are goingy'sg to!wins. ins, t. h* /
Redbirds Take One ; From : Cnbs 1 SENIOR:'SOFTIULL4 I turr '. .r

.' .: Bayriew Park. lights < Y. Jack'Van.ts' :Id atop tdayfrnd I
I F"'. "' ixM-tr d PTM) j J he u willing,to start basket ball
be "
NEW YORK. Oct 2-In a night, 79 1q.......,. .announced.JUNIQR:.. ddg Fz c ,,, ; !' I but'Buster want to play the Vets 3 3t Ii
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<: played last night, '! I i
game the. St. I and Adams at least one' more,
| Louis Cardinals too* stronger I It How SOFTBALL {; Fyp s.r i and especially. against Sue Qnff -

bold on second place by defeating)I They. Standj t .Bayvie-ar Park. Afternoons .,to avenge the .last.fe, .Cas- '; 1

v the Chicago Cubs. C-:. t tI and Mornings I ado does nM know what h* wants
In other night games the Stit I Daily phy.SENIOR:' ," ead Berber does not say ward.

; Louis Browns and the Chicago I j MAJOR LEAGUES j Around the streets I have found
Whit Sox divided a double bill, I, BASEBALL George Lewis, the manager of the

,= the Browns winning the first, 4-0,i i' AMERICAN LEAGUE Municipal Stadium. AfternoonTo Adam Dauy. He wants to playso .
the White Sox the second. 32. I i I'Teams- W L Pct be announced. bad h*. goes out' every nightin
The lead of the Cleveland In- Cleveland __n _. 93:; 57 .623 I hopes cf seeing the lights: goon
c 'ans in the American League Boston d' .. _- 94 53 618 Army Barracks. Afternoon but so far .h*. Has Had little
rdee was cut to one game yesterday -,New York .._. .___.._ 9453 .618 See story ebewhere on page. t luck. w'1

? when they lost to the Detroit Philadelphia .'h. 84 68 .553 4s Claude Valdei wants to play aqbtd

,' Tigers 53. Cleveland has two I I Detroit ._ ..-._.. .mh- ,_ 77 75 .501 JUNIOR BASEBALL 1M) *& hw release,. from the -- j -. ,
'. games to flay with the l St. Louis -. d'__ 59 93 .384 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Vets and Signed up with the EUu, fi't* v :j sane '
while the Boston Red Sox Tige"-I I I Washington .-.._. ... ..- 54 97 353 Play three; .times. weeklYj'. He wanUto play with a winning( I BZSTt ?' *&&?- .tin, UfL and Warren Spahn. will, gn ,
Chicago sites tit* 'vd4"< /Series. Is,over._ Tby'v' be.n pitching: O\& \d. .
New York Yankees tangle today 101 .330, ttub. bet cUdnu .
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and tomorrow to determine the I : SKATING + Poufi, McCarthy, thinks he will / t\ltn'siDe. August 21. .. "''

final outcome of the American l I NATIONAL LEAGUE Bar .w Park. Night + w I hangup his,glove and. shoes for I ;. '. .
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; fUg chase F1iDAY- good *.
TeamsV By FRANK EC3C
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Boston Braves won : Pet I 700 to 9 00 Pit f"# Some of the Ym-think" that a i
yesterday I I '
Boston :..-. 89 61 ..598St ; ; AP .N.wsf.atur.s Sports Editor
cart
be
club
: good
from the Brooklyn Dodgers. 3-1; Louis .._.- ._. _. 84 put together :
68 .563 With
YQRIf. of 19147
-" 1 NEW Who were those Miracle Braves -
and Pittsburgh Pirates now with Clayton Sterling here.
teat
t the I I
Brooklyn ._ TENNIS r rc .
r .0 83 69 .546 ,
Cincinnati Reds 2-1 < He can have. Esmond Albury back "the Boston Braves playing their first World Series in 34 years thaf
:Pittsburgh -_'h_ 83 70 .5431 Bayvicw Park Afternoons. and with Chester Harris 'these days .....r.
The scores: and question u getting a big play *
New York _..__ .__ and Nights
:I, 77 74 .510!' Arts in the box. He will play first. .coming last in of 1914 the Miracle
AMERICAN LEAGUE '.Pt lad 1phia .. 1 Daily play. t : t. Tty : from place mid-July
.; 65 87 V
Night Cam ,Cincinnati d _--_. ._h..h__ 63 89 414.4231 i' V'w I!Bill Cates:on second and Hopkins Braves won the pennant They finished with 94 victories: .and-59

First I Chicago, VV n...__, t 63 89 4'3' The holes are put in .macaroni r .: a 'V 1 at will third and short Armand second.Aceredo losses:for a .614 mark under Man- 1
play or Baker
R. lL E., by forcing the ddugh through I 1 ; ager GeorgeStalhngs.. i ::
SL louts 4100,i \ metal die 1 Means, CAlbur ldcCgrthy-ana: |[lost 2-1 ani 1-0 games within four- 11!
d' d.- LOCAL ; containing'small Yy "" -- '' .. The 1S48 Braves: haven't done
"W' ,
RASEB4LL 'I. several others for outfield duty ,day..One of his big wins was.4-Q
Chicago Fannm and MOSG; Roi'olatt 030, Island City Senior holes '. '.* ,* I 139 YANkffS VI )$, 1 .. ._, .! I will give the.club"added punch: quit, as walk At'fin* period in I over Brooklyn. .. .>> t, ;
bad eight-gam ,
July they an I
Judson. Grove and I.obinson.NiflUt I Baseball League 1 A new cosmic ray laboratory I IN THE 1939 WORLD SERIES (below) three runs scored on a | Otis Curry manager of the Elks. .Ieed, But they blew this and at j I II Spahn too. has had it when the i
(Municipal Stadium }I tis setting me crazy with his,visitsto Braves needed it During the fuul ,
) has: been built on the edge of a single. Two scored with Catcher Ernie Lombard on the groundas a 34ter date trailed Brooklyn by .
Cam t Club W. L. Pet.
(St&nd) (Clowns __ 'm.__--_. 7 1 .87i: :' play happened in the 1941 Series.' Though Umpire Larry Goetsis G.when softball is the o. going to start,.P.( -'n1e Miracle- Braves won, their games in 20 days, winning six;, .

R. II E.'Pirates 6 1 .857 Scorpions ___ .____ ______ 3 9 motions of Henrich out Albury only one that can; pennant largely on pitching. They l Once he pitched with ontor two'days
r Chicago .... __._ __.__ 3 8 1 Sonar School ____ 2 650 Conchs ________ 3 10 going through the calling Tommy o. answer that, question. He is tnerecreation certainty dkbVt have any hitting J rest and on three occasions' shad
Had he
St Louis _.__.___.__ 283 Elks Club _.____ 17 .1251 I strikes. the picture also shows Owen chasing the balL I director.The tot talk ,about Left fielder Joe three days m which to'relax
Gettc-l t. papish and mesh Kennedy caught it the game would have ended. Instead four cam horn VX-l Flyers are ready to for another eftort One of +t+
money
; -I Junior Baseball League onnely) led the ,club during'the
and Partee. 11 Island City V Baseball League I II (Municipal Stadium) following this play and the Yanln won. I to play and Naval Hospital willing National League race that 'year .his victories was a 2-0 shutout OT
start; right now. So let's hope *- *
(Army Barracks) j Club- W. L Pet I-and it will be SOOIL with 306Biit .- ,against: the Cardinals ,
R II R.i W L. Porter Place Lions 10 7 .588 By FRANK ECK pray their pitc.was excellent I J In his next three starts his

Detroit 5 8 1 : Atomic Bombers 10 3 Cubans 8 8 .500 AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor with Dick Rudolph and Bill James :mates collected! a total of onry '
; Cleveland .. 283 ;; SubRon Four 9 2 PALs .8 9 .470) I paid a visit to Dewey's Place accounting for 53 wins. Rudolph)fire runs yet he won two of,these
Gins-i .. NEW YORK-The guy who said "Anything can happen in a the other night and I,saw several
Trucks Houtteman and - had {7. Thew-No- hurler. George t games. 2-1, one of them In 14 inn
.
berg. Swift Lemon Christopher, FOR WORLD SERIES short Series" WEJ guilty of a grossJunderstatement He should have bouquets of rose on the wall. 1] TYler..had 19 decisions against 14 ings.. lie lost the. other 3-1 .:
RRAVES' GUESTS asked several patrons there
Zoldak and Hegan.NATIOKAL. I!said"Everything happens mas.:ort Series." they-told inn' wl&tuel'.wereiand setbacks Rudolph! and James may have

I I A look back over ome of the strange doings of past World Series. $ they were to be" placed on-thai the Catcher Hank Gowdy, now aNew allowed the A's only six runs in
LEAGUE games shoe.3 that the thrown or batted baseball is quicker than the heads of those Ue-hasd baseball York Giant coach, hit but'''the 1914 Series sweep but $aid

Night Game I C Pye. This may be the reason people think\ they see hings that really f: ns. Some of the Yankees who. .243 in .114 games but in the and Spahn figure to be real tough.?"

R. IL E.St never happened. tc _' .. ", are still in World's,Series.that fall old Hank- ,too.
hopes.and the dihards
are I i
Louis .--. 6 12 1Chicago r us,- first player to enlist ,during done t
of the place. Nestor Casta- r That the 1948 Braves have
be
A World Series can: very i N
.
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412 1Pollet. 1 World War I, batted .545'againstsorne.pr'etty.'fair
ned Know-it all' the hatd is all.th.
? For Taxes Baeza. Jack .things way
Dimes ;
Wilks and Baker; Lade. misleading because: to many I pitchers'*:''Chief j .
Villareal Diamandi. .Buster Roberts I I more noteworthy when you cobs :
Qupman, Rush and Walker andMcQUlough. things seem to happen simulta ....;- Bender. Eddie Plank._Bullet Joe ; ..
;
-. J ,neously.Tako'the World.Series.. &ARD4EI. IlL-M. T... ..onel" \. Baby Garcia.: I It'kno"w Bush and' Bob" Shawkey. toe .'I sfder their rookies injuries. aha .
Ii
recently paid his taxes; ninny of these fans tulipgo. .Illness..
fall in Ebbets
played last kIMetics.The i
..*.. ".".. R. H. E.' game Field where Floyd (Bill) Sevens with 1,180 dimes He makes a to a club after they win the' .:Braves with Charley !i Four rookies. Pitchers :BohJ

Boston .__._. 340''! of the New York Yankees Brooklyn 170 i ta appeared on his; way t;? a no.hit :tis taxes. tor:.Pita,:witd' cries':: every tune' Rabbit Maranwlle shortand 'i}Shortstop Alvin Dark and aH,tanrw ut
the 4hees. Dose and It fielder Clint Conatser.
Bickford and Masi; Branca, victory and everlasting fame. : % ; says I. Charley Deal on third, turned *
t Iys, Yg ; looks,ad"and,solemn:an4 Tony come through for the Beanfcawjj
Behrman and Campanella : : i o. .t It was the ninth inning and the In the 15th and 16th centuries in sparkling: performances*in. the : ,
: Rosenoo, .Nieo ,' ers. Dark especially has e
1 hand Fernandez .Roy aJt
.. Yankees: led the Brooklyn Dodgers : holding a magnet in one's Series 'sweep ,against :I
four-game
Harafcn; Gopher Gonzales aU have I i I big lift for a club that was Lt'+rt .i
for toothache. -
R H. E.I 2-1. There were two out and was,. recommended the A's and their $100,000 infieldof -Ba=
.deepest sypmpathy for I double plays in 1947 r"zt
[ Pittrburgh 2 0 1 t r two on. Ceotiie Lavagetto drove ; headache and nerve disorders' I a my Red Sox and Cardinal fan until was Stuffy Mclnms, Eddie Collins 1 I,, The injury to Second BatPrnnn ,

j Cincinnati n.... ... 1 10 0 i Sevens" second pitch for a two- this,week when switchedto Jack Barry and Frank (Home'a Eddie Stanky almost cost: them
Bonham Higbe and Kluttz base hit off the right field wall. ,,,tingle. The Yankees won the Ran)Baker;'Such an infield today !
'i'Y Braves Sisti
i the 'for'the World Ser- '!the pennant but Sibby rifledin
for the i i 1 7-4 in 10 innings.
Fitzgerald Cress and Mueller. Tommy Hemrich dove game. would be worth one million. dollars -
In Jim
; S tes. nobly. the outfield.
Rns-j
ball but too lute The tie Although the first run of the i j#I
curving
I hope to"put the R.I.P. sign'onmany .sell was forced to call it a seajurf
ing and winning runs scored. inning actually was the winningrun However, U was, the pitchingthat t i
,
others before the Series {r as far back as July due to a heartailment '
I To before and. Lombardi had nothing to '
second -
Gity League Lavagetto touched just starts. : carried the Miracle Braves to And the Braves are fin (
Eddie Miksis,- reprost>ntmg 1,do with it, the writers gave Lom- the flag. And gain 34 years later -
with feu
Look out Harry or the wreath ishing the season only ;
the winning run, touched home bardi such nicknames as "the the feats of Lefty Warren '
Resume will be placed for you. Indiansare f outfielders. Why even the Miracle
Playingi 1 swan" and "the sleeping .
dying Sam "
.i plate a little'shakyBASEBALL ,. .Spahn and Johnny have: ,Braves had six,
The fans. and almost everyone giant. proved invaluable to Billy South- ...;,...:.!
I Afternoon else. were busy watching A postgame investigation revealed SITUATIONIN worth apd his collection of rookies '
Sunday J Lavagetto being mobbed as he that Lombardi was so and-battered oldsters. 4 11 i.
'/c left second base. But at home badly battered and bruised from KEY'WEST SaiD and Spahn:have been the ;

City League is to resume games I plate Umpire in Chief Larry :the National League pennant The situation in Key West is workhorses of. 1948 major league BROADWAYCIGAR
it Army Barracks. Sunday 1 Goets was busily engaged with. fight that his body was swathedin I serious. Several dubs; claim the balL They cannot match the total ,
U the. first game the Atomic i AW his whiskbroom. He was dusting bandages. He was knocked I city championship for 1943>> and victories of Rudolph and James r STORE.
Bombers meet the Conchs. off the plate even though :down in such a position that he of course there can not be three but they have.been' working out :

.Second game the Scorpions will the game had ended. couldn't move. champs m, a city The Bombers of turn *mce late August meet the new team. BT Chica Another memorable game also 1 In the 1946 Series between the claim. the flag for winning at theBarracks At a stage when the race, still t
Air Base which U: replacing the I t*) PrtOtO o-- involved Ebbets Field It was I. St. Louis Cardinals and Boston and Pirates and Clowns had two weeks) to run,Safe pitchfcd -*
Gilnor 1 i W duringr,.the, 1941 'Yankee-Dodger Red Sox the fans were in a fog as 1 claim. the bunting for winning at out' of schedule: seven times. i i COMPLETEBASEBALL.

This will be the opening of anew GEORGE; STALLINGS. JR.. of Haddock.: Ca. son of the manager Series. .In the fourth game huge ,to what happened to Murry, Dick- : the Staduun. They are but one On six occasjtons he had only two ;

aeries in the City League. of the Boston Braves' 1914 "Miracle: Team. l'eaIU.a telegram Hugh Casey was pitching so well \I son in the first inning of the third I game apart so'the best way to days rest During one week the I ,. .,
to his wife (center) and mother (right) which invites themto it :appeared like Brooklyn would i,game. The Red Sox scored three clear up this situation, is, accord wheel of chance,.'a quirK. ); in theschedule I' -
According to a Children's Hour the Braves. Earlier Stall knot the Series at two gomes''! runs and it meant the ball game. ing to.the manager of the: Clowns and some rain, gave Sain ; SCORES ,
of
the World Series as guests
broadcast in Russia Japan u> see I apiece. 'I Ij' Final score was 4-0. and the manager of the Bombers, five days rest He won that game,
harassed with bad American films lags had written for tickets but they had all been sold. The Casey, in relief had retired 12 During a dressing room inter- is for the three.clubs to"toss ui, beating Pittsburgh '$-1.' Three

l and books. mother can't go. but George and wife will see the series j'of the 14 batters that faced his :view with Manager Eddie Dyer and the club that wins the right days later: he beat Chicago 10-3 < POPULAR BRANDS ..

-- -- -- -- tantalizing serves. The count ran and Dickson the writer was informed -. to play the'first series; )Jo play the: During 22day'riod he
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I ;WG ;ISCARRY OFFENSIVE LOAD FOR INDIANS OF CLEVELAND. t tout. on Hemrich-three bails: and that Dickson had been. best lour out of seven, and then worked\ in eight} games, winning'' Cigars and Cold
I tiethe Series. He got that strike able to throw only a few pre- play the other club the same number six, four of them in succession. In I
""'.. _,_,,,,,,,0;,,,,=' I'but Catcher M it key Owen, !,since game warmup pitches. Cameramen -, of games and the winner will i'' tWQ of,his )losing games the final Soft Drinks
suspended for playing in the' were busy taking pictures be city champs for 1948. week in August his teammates t tr
Mexican League, failed to hold 1 along the sideline in the spot Let's hear from the fans if they gave him only one run. Thus he I _
the third .strike 1 1 u::ed by visiting pitchers. They think this is a good idea. ---
What happened cost Brooklynthe were taking shots of Commissioner A Pirates-Bomber series will be ":': ..a.u..uaa.u.u.a.aaaaaaaaaarFOR

ball game and. eventuallythe 1' Albert B Chandler preparingto interesting and a BomberClownsseries r
Series. Casey faced six more throw out the first ball in Boston I will be terrific.

batters in that hectic: ninth inning II
I and the Yanks scored: four Also in the '46 Series with LOCAL SOFTBALL Ii I SALE I It

1 runs to win.. 74. Enos Slaughter of the Cardinals Ii
"wr ti I The official scorekeepers went | on first bat and two out. Harry CUts "A" La"u II
into a huddle and called it an Walker singled to center. I Club- W. L. Pet I

:. i i t error fur Owen Some writers Slaughter was off to the racesi i i Bob's Spry Shop, 6 1 .557 t
V- 1 claim threw spitball. He into third with Adams. Dairy 6 2 .150
Casey a was pulling I --- I
p.I Casey says it was a sinker which I Shortstop Johnny Pesky taking ,SubRon 4 -_ m ._-.. 1 4 .25 O II I I :j

broke low somewhere between Dom DiMaggio's relay from t Veterans _. ___ 0 .000 j
.;- Henrich's knees and::! ankles. All center field. Pesky held the ban I NEWSPRINT-I
; Owen l.l do was chase the ball only momentarily. When he J Class "B- League (I

while Heinnch wound up on first: looked up he saw Slaughter. 'ClubW.. L. Pet 1 i ii
base after striking out I who hadn't stopped at third I Elks Club .-.--- 4 0 1.000 I
In the ,1939 Series another streaking for the plate. pesky VX1 Flyers __ 3 2 600 I \0'
catcher Ernie Lombardi of Cincinnati's throw came home Wo 1U nd Kantor's Men's Shop 3 3 .500 I
r + Reds took an unmerciful :, the Cardinals won the game. i N Hospital ___ 1 6 '143 I i 500 Sheets i 1f

tli nding With Frank Crosetti on 43. and the Series. 25c
A.f third and Charley Keller on first :, Third base coach Mike Gonzalezsays Read the Classified Ack in The !i
8 Yz xII.
Joe DiMaggio singled to right he waved Slaughter home .Citizen.ryvvyvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvyyy. f j-
i Crosetti scored. Keller thought he Slaughter says he ran on his own. V .

!. __ ._ ..r '.....,,' .. ."" ,.....' _. "k. ,.- .. F V' could make it all the way. But ,The fans couldn't tell what hap- t i o '
Ival Goodman's throw came in pened They had to wait until:STRONG ARM BRAND COFTEZ : Z i
t (4l:) Wirephoto, ( I i THE
ahead of Keller i they read the papers or saw the TRIUMPH. -
I into home plate he knocked movies which showed Gonzalez
HERE ARE THE MEN who have earned the offensive load for the Cleveland Indians this reason Lombardi down a-d the ball with his hands at his side. When i. COFFEE Artman PressCITIZEN 1
counted heavily the Indians meet the Boston Braves in the World Series him old Mike
and they will b* on I rolled out of the catcher's :Slaughter ran past BULLrt
Joe Gordon. second: : baseman who is batting .280 and has hit 32 home Lombardi! there Pesky. j'j'r
pert wk. Left to right: glove. lay as i was just as surprised as
runij Ken Keltner. third baseman. batting'.296 with 30 home runs: Dale Mitchell left fielder, who though unconscious.: DiMaggio. 'I How can the fans tell what I \!/ BUILDING + PHONE 51

Jt second in team batting with average of .339: Manager Lou Boudreau. the Indians' leading hit- J stating something was wrong I they've seen! Sometime: even the Att Groccrt
. . . VVTVV w vI' .,.. .
)u with .n average of .?54. came all the w:y house fig his .coaches and players are fooled AS LASAAAALAS AAfr SALAAAVAa .Y. t

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PAG EIGHT THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY: OCTOBER 2, 19"$
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I the mi3sion assigned.; Commencingat 'West Force has stated that he is

(\ "NEW LOOK" IN FALL FASHIONSSkirts SIMULATED EXERCISEORDERED daylight the first search most pleased with the expeditious

aircraft left Boca Chica Field. manner in which the Key West I
I This defense exercise is still in .!Naval Forces! have reacted to this
Slim And Shorter III New Lines BY NAVY AT progress. drill which simulates wartime

!, -The Commander-. of the Key -conditions.- -- -.
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j c r" s to F Far ,! Effectiveness of J-- 1 1;i New Fall StylesCOATS \ i

jI Naval Forces In The j f hostile forces had been sighted! at II j !

I C\r.-) j sea! and that! the Key Wert Naval j '
: Key West Area !1 Forces must bend every effort to''E .ttl =

t Eyeglasses can make a plain ,Are Found Filling; ;i l locate ant destroy the1' trypothet I .
) Jane look very aromatic.. Of 1 i al 1 enemy !I! i
course this doesn't mean that. In order Jo test the effectivenessof 1! For the purpose g.e.a., above _

I a>qiil with perfect eyesight naval forces in the Key West 'two Task Groups were formed. '

t should wear glasses just to improve Area in'defense of the Nival B i eat One group consisted i of surface
I her lodes. However if .ships equipped for subtisnne SUITS
Key West Captain Cecil C. wart:re under the command of i I
the J11U*tear qla!ses, how ti. Ir
USN the Commander Key Commander Melvin II Drv, US I. '
wonderful it is that she can
West Force Atlantic Fleet order- Comman-uns Officer of the destroyer -
find some that will even flatter .
-
I e 1 a surprise exercise simu'ntmgactual U.s.S. NOA. I DRESSES i
her.Before I The second group W"U nr-o.le up
you purchase eyeglass, wirtime conditions at 11:00: of aircraft: and blimps of the Fleet =
frames, various shapes. It
try on Fri-i' night.
p.m \V Air Detachments under the command -
Are
is bet to take a friend along so Arriving; =
I Involved. in his exercise were of Captain dames R. Ie
that she can give you an honest tr
opinion After the frames are selected -( fall naval vessels in port equippedfor the USN Fleet who is Air the Detachments Commander of at I In All the New !
.pick your color. Tortoiseshell anti-submarine warfare 'and
I Boca Chica Field ,E
type frames seem to be the naval aircraft and blimps of the Within two hours of the issuing Shades and Sizes )'
most practical as they will go '1 Fleet Air Detachment at Boca of the surprise orders, ..ur. == 'r t 1 =
with everything. Gay glasses in I Chica Field.The face ships: led by the NOA had ; =
g
brilliant: red. blue or green 9 \ assumption was made that cleared the harbor to carry out

frames less may have be several impractical un-of 1\1'I'I I .. .. .. ,....._ _______________ ___ H Come In antI Sec the d g.
you pair I i = i i 5

... glasses., 1 Martha Mann'ng: _


Hollywood bobby-soxer wonders is a thing whetherthe of the I .. !II' STOCK R REDUCING u 's SALE I 1 DRESSES b'S- I

past. At one studio .where they 1 They Come In Half Sizes!
were all set to make a_ picture FRENCH LOOK FOR 949 Last year's bulkiness is gone from the new Paris j I

about a bobby-soxer a studio styles* ir/iic/i stress slim lines. Jean Patois introduces the "spindle; silhou;
fashion scout set out to observea
nager so that the picture'sstar elle," shotrn in the taro sketches abore, stresses the raised .iai "ille. In the I "YOLANDE" A I

could be put on the beam. In center is Sc/iia/jar/fTs pair of magenta satin removable sleeie/ to be scorn will NOW GOING ON g ,1
the the girl described
as wearing script! sloppy-joe was sweaters strapless evening goung. A diamond htacclct by Bonchcron. is tcorn outside. II i Infants and

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wool skirts and bobby-sox. r I

What happened! By FLORENCE MILLS Regular SALE Children's Wear -
The fashion scout prowled AP NewsfeatuiesPARIS. Interesting Notes !t Price PRICE

casually about North Hollywood i .-Pans designers have recovered from the cloth-con Schick Electric Shavers ___'_____ $ 15.00 S 10.00 = A Complete Line of "

hardly High School a bobbysoxer and says to"there be seen.was, suming orgy of the "new look" and returned, this fall .to the Man'ifact'irin" plants h v e Schick Electric Shaverest ________ L_ _h_ 7.95 4.09 ; DRESSESBoth : .- I
slim elegant lines that have been the formula for Parisian chic more than 41,000 fires annually Remington Electric Shaver. Threesom _.__ 17.50 12.00 I s

for so many years. Pm-Up Lamps ,. .. __.------__. 3.50 2JO = long and Short Styles I II
4/ His padding, exaggeratedly full skirts and the frippery of Traditional date for the .founding All-Electric Irons -- -- ---- S2.00 OFF LIST t
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peeking petticoats have all been left behind. While designers :;: of Rome is April :21!1, 7$3 B.C. Sunbeam-Proctor. Gen. Mills Dorraeyer Mixer 21.95: 21.9S t -

____ still put the accent of femininity, they aren't reckless in their Electric Roasters-Nesco. Proctor.: I NEW SHOES I Ii
Quail is a name applied to sev-
pursuit of sexy contours. 1 t Westinghouse 10% OFF -
Length has provided the biggest surprise of the season. eral small game. birds of the G.E. Casserole ... 10.95; 6.95 3
grouse family.Of FOR FALL I Ig
Many big name houses have raised hemlines to the level the, I Pop-Up Toasters-Proctor. Universal. j

moderates had it last season' -between 12 and 14 inches from the world's. 16 species of Westinghouse Sampson. Domminion "' _' 10% OFF in =
the ground. One house even hit the IS-inch mark but onlookers ; true rattlesnakes 12 are found in Metal Kitchen Wall and Base Cabinets 10% OFF
Suede Pdtmt ami Kid =
generally agreed that such shortness looked ouite odd the United States.A General Electric. Westinghouseand ,

wt On the other hand there are top-flight houses: still showing : Premier Vacuum Cleaners ..._._.___.... 10% OFF ; LOW and HIGH HEELSMEN'S =
skirts that dip as low as eight inches from the around so it. 20 per cent decline in national Automatic Electric Washing Machines 14950 135.00 I =- =-

seems you can choose any length you like and still be fashion-1:: I i turkey production is estimated Porcelain Table-Top 30 GaL Water Heater _. 136.00 110.00 i iI
able. i!i for 1948. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer Wh. $2.00 OFF LIST | DEPARTMENT =
r Newest silhouette to emerge from these fall shows is reminiscent -i'j
of the 1920s. From a well indented waistline (strictly ,! Electric to fish soon electricity exhaust their and I Showing; New Fall Complete; Line I
generate
19(8)the) skirt clings sheathlike to the figure as far as midthigh power require a short rest to restore it Many Other Items As Much As 30% Discount
or knee leveL Fullness then flutes out either from back paneliaq -' .. I | Roys' LONG! and SHORT PANTS SUITS

I or, from a deep flounce set*[ Astrophysics is the study of
NIIJJl! Bush and Freeman SHOES for Men and HojgICHAS. i ii
-- all around the ; and chemical
vhvsical nature
C1 V buttoned .
deep merging into a j "
I ?' i of the HOME APPLIANCE CO. inc.
Pencil line skirts slit to provide back fastening. ) stars.

The girl all look so grown up leg movement wraporer Buttons are used a great 'j i ARONOVITZ DEPARTM F I
I'm frightened that maybe now and corkscrew I Trade from one American portto
types. spire deaL They often run down one 605 Simonton St. Phone 11 .
there will be no teen-age groupat skirts complete the straightlinerange. I side of the bodice and down the another is restricted by law to

all-well just jump from The corkscrew skirt in- opposite side of a straight skirt j American ships. A faiuimmiiuumoiioiifflii, Key West's Largest Store JlIHHlIff1I1BIRlllllJIIIII
childhood to adulthood .in one troduced by Jacoues Fath. has I One dress is buttoned the
bounce." drapery wound around v narrow whole length of one side seam. I': Indians still supply their tribal
So now the studio's dilemma is close fitting underskirt from underarm to hem. ; larders bv spearing and netting
still think teenagers salmon at the Celilo Falls of the
this Most people Evenly -tributed all-around, Coat are all shapes. Prine:
.
wear bobby-sox. they'll fullness has been favorite seems tbe: the bulky Columbia River.SW'itzerland '
replaced by ,
complain if they don't wear 'env j wriipjroun coat that the '
: flappers
flared shcathlike i
gently
in the picture On the other hand gores or which covers -PROOF HOME !
skirts that have a bunch of full- wore back !'n the 20- Longer youR
th, e- high school set will resent length and the addition: of about 15,000 square miles;, con-
either down the
ness cascading t tains the headwater, of four
when
bobby-sox being worn really luxurious stoles end high
side front the of the
or at center
they are old.hat. back. 'collars make them the ideal bet great European river s>stems- With
'ht" Rhine. Rhone. Po and Danube
(foe: aty"Old winter day. Most of -
out in the" The "Dior dre-s which has .
t If bobby-sox are them ire of heavy blanket velour
I Weft that isn't necessarily so of I taken the plare of the "new look" .and fur-lin. Reversible topcoats -
the- Last Girls at the Mahopac! has a skirt stiffened from waist faced with contr-jstmg colored away from the body. lie has short
j High School in New York are I to hem with double uncrossed inverted | velour or gay plaid: are pop- editions treated in the same way
wearing Pom Porn Sox. The pompom : : pleats set at the center which he calls "flyaway jackets". ,
.. on the ankle of the sox| front and back. It looks as though ular.Tent coats with a wealth of Capes have staged: a big come- sr'R ? : ,. -
i matches their class color and it's been puffed out by a'ery j fullness falling straight from the back this fall. Full-length ones -
this is a fad. says the girls, that high wind. | shoulders are typically 1943 but lined with tur or plaid come both "'
definitely will catch. Waistlines the other big : straight cut or full. Some top-
I are another throwback to the 20<- is
: coats have two-tiered which
this fall. The travel capes
news that fall
seen in types straight .
.. .
transform them into coachman -. "
STYLE AWHILE-Fall! ,dresses '
t anywhere between the top of and narrow from shoulder to
are all set at \welve inches, coat the ribs and the, hiobone. Most i hem, with short f eufied coats.
suit lengths at eleven and Stoles of fur or fabric are usedexteru.ively.
and {
of them "Empire-princess" ; sleeves..: Simple fitted redingoteswith .
twelve inches: say fashion exI j I lines. This means they are panel fullness Pierre Balmain has
flowing _
peiis. They should stay that way j I molded to the waist bv oanelf I f from the waist make excellent out introduced the Sari. This IS an : --'- -
and on into the winter so you |I Iwon't inq which start from r "wa $t- i| "dressy" coat; which i k entwined about tbe:' fig-
ure twice or even three times.
to about
have worry line" immediately below the I
Christian Diors roats look
as Suits continue'' to have
dress hems for i extremely -
lengthening your I bust.
though they've been treated: to a nipped waistlines and .
a long time.. .- Many dresses are divided into iI |dose of trmk stJ'P n,:th ",trtrh. peplums ranging from six inches
I I thee edistinct parts: the top They're lined with buckram from to two feet -
1 OF THE MUSIC BOX [ deep that stand out I
OUT
I bodice waist yoke and skirt The j flop to bottom 2nd stan'l out well rather from
bulbcusly the
Hair of Gold. Eyes of Blue is a i i waist yoke is .;sometimes merely a ---- hIps.
catchy tune about a Santa Fe1 i i matter of a wide inset belt but I
beauty queen Viennese Waltzes :- often it stretches from midhips I. I I'Thl'
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manner If It's lIE
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j seen frequently this fall bull I
more in coats than in dresse I
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A GOOD FOUNDATION -i
WITH
START Matching girdle j Shoulder lines are still inclined'. If It's Service tHE ONLY JALOUSIE WITH NARROW INTERLOCKING LOUVERS THAT
to .slope with very little padding. KElP OUT BLOWING RAINI = -
in mai/e. blue black.
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in
and flower j more in evidence now than Then \on- If ant the Florida hurricane, NOT ONE sustained damage
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