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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 23, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE SOUTHERNMOST\ NEWSPAPER. IN THE U.S.A. 2 i
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! 1..t.Lxrx. Nfl. KEY WEST. FLORIDA. SATURDAY OCTOBER 23, 1948 ............ J

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Oe $It 1 a.lrti ........ sli.ttrvsr3M As a part of Navy Diy exert is- k _

......... ,...>.. /N.r thataferrwt es in Key We.t. a bureau h->s been i iI' ,
te tour* *.* Mmrw : Are ftftifirfrrKilling/ / ; fffnfc
.. set up to furnish speakers for: I i Disarmament) I
| <** rte n. km4w briars Tel > t
Meal .* .../4 4W in proA schools,and civil clubs during the t a Early this sn.rsdwg. MM..f **4.. eNua .. ........ ...M

M -. IUM hn.e week of Ottobr .24-30.. Kemp. poimiMa. were au; ...U>fair hop ..... .. ...... _
... tV* A,>1\ f*. .Min'l saidtNr Naval oflicers on duty here will m---: : !iPlan Halted : i iI i; rifles who have beta h....... tM saa. -. t.!... titilllM .
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AIM* ... the first .
to address the Convent of Mary Ini City Cemetery .ad arbor spe4s Nt.wbw ... elig.
..a. to kMHiitac .t eatkmsINM maculat; s tu'lents on Mondry. .. .... .. .
> ,Hate 15(1Dii : ( I II The | lMtnMii h..1 t "kn .rftIIt -- yr w a .......
MM .*-. and tfca4 tliv Jr*uih Oct. 25 at 2 00 Tuesday at I i
: p.m. kili'nt .,. .. ... .
.. -.. U"at/salty. school I t tI caught itflI I ni. .Mst Mf MM % -4 ItopnrrnU .
spa plan g. Nate. atII&MedW 3 dren:45 Division will hear street a Naval speaker chil-: a i I ioiis To Six< ForU. I or otn iCI.Y j': '.' w' .. ......... a ...... t1.. ?'IIt.. I
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Mat Jartr.tt 1 and sitW School I
at 8:30 Key West High S. VMiiu-k A AS'What .
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r Pat.trtwe. should students will receive an address Al taros y .o
M ...... ..r. ar a pea and fit 10:20 the-same day Douglas\ ( r About 4lUbf' I LU 1S1111'IOX21T 54.u .-. .. --. _, ___
M.... M UM1IInf" in High pupils will hear one of the tl'.I Soto I :r.... .... ree/ha.. .-. to. .. ,
.... ..walrtr. asst ..... .l's sure talks. The American Legion HENRY E. '"RED.IRWIN ) of Al. has beennotified 4 byPARIS A_'.. h._. ('olr errs Atr1. s ..
...... ...leap aw aN aM.r tht.... meeting on Wednesday Oct. 27. (Bright Bessemer. I Oct. % -Ruin's proposed ....... id tilt tgl ..I. wor
benefactor off
that an unidentified has paid a $34100 disannament pro.ralnvas. ......... .. ..
-- -- --- will feature a Naval speaker at' et1 tits der isad
8 p.m. I mortgage on the Irwin home. Irwin Congressional Medal of I discussed today at a session of the ttM M4M
Permits l Issued ; Honor heroin World War XL danGles his.medal'in front of his United .
On Thursday. Oct. 28 Rotary : 'I Nations and indicationswere eo -.l .. a .. a b..
Club will observe Navy Day 'at! baby daughter in the arms of her mother. He was badly burned that the only support the .... a ...... npity.. .d
Fur 2 Slrucliircsf its noon luncheon at 2 p.m. the' in hurling a white hot smoke:bomb from a B-23 in flight over i proposal will get will be from .... ........ .... ..
Navy Wives Club will be addressed I i Japan during the war. He received the Congressional Medal for I''I the Russian delegate and those ..t .........n11ar.t .....
(W') Wuxpholo and at 6:30: the Lions Club plan his act which saved the lives of. 'all aboard the plane.RAISING from the satellite nations. praaad. ..... toil lira far .i ....
T..., MoMtna ........... Iftvo-J. I to commemorate the occasion.: j I I A delegate from the United ...... ....slit ce aM. tsr4Jund .
...... .aplrarNwg .. $llooowee. APPOINTMENT OP FRANK i I Girl Scouts have requested a --- - -- I States pointed out that were the ,saalw issda art -- t.esMIIII.

proposal adopted.: Russi.ould, ..... ,.. ...
arostd dasrtitt tom test J. STARZEL (above) General speaker for their meeting i Friday I s '
wwa- kt [......_. tnpt-t'r I as Oct. 29 at 4 p.m. i SEWERMANHOS ,still have an army of 150 divisions ae "w. .... h..i -+e .s,. tat
.<... Yswv.e Manager cf the Associated In behalf of the civilian popu I I whereas that of the United' .gas Mr .4 _......, .) .
Rol. y ...... I )f0 ira.. phtne Press was announced in New lation. Harold R. Laubscher. Navy I States would dwindle down to six rIMa _. ., ..., -.lib ........
idra.l .. ..- a ,..nril far ftto I Day chairman has expressed his 'divisions.. Whereupon. Deputy ..a. I-'... ........ .......... ....
kanor ........ isa.4 MOM.parmil York Thursday !>v Kent Coops > appreciation to the Navy for its : FOR I Foreign Commissar Wmnsky of .. es ...s .. b r
J. Lgra as D...l. story. cr. executive director of all fine co-operation' in making; avail ,Russia remarked. "But how many 0.'u...-. ..., ....-. .
r.r.d a fat there I able for these dates. It has been ir atomic bombs would the United .' ... ...... ...to
.....n.Mrsp r M. h.. N,1, at that operations of the news association. announced that no additional i States hate Jeft:" .-.r', 4 !..'->.- ...... a .,
ar1a,w at a s teal uf.ooe.. t : speaking: dates can be. accepted.I PAVING I JOB ;i I It was evident, despite the impression r # .....-- t... aw
A golf: tournament, a3 apart of ''I that Russia is trying to '\ -.-- .--d. .. .. --
-- -- the Navy Week celebration is create that. she has possession of *.a ..... > .. soy tissr

i pla.nned' the,.Key West Golf Dnviil .S I the atomic bomb secret that Vi.h. .. .> ......... RaT'. "-
LARGE I CROWDS' GREET : Club for Sunday afternoon Oct. Repave .'.' insky and hU fellow delegates are ; .*" ... ...-- "" .. ,.
31st. ? I I still much concerned in the stockpile .. .-. ...r s. ..m Mm -
Teams representing Navy installations First And Then 0Bryant Off of bombs the United States 'am +..... iw 4t4rr ..

TRUMAN DURING TOUR i .here will meet civilian r : .1 possesses. ,,,.\ 11ias.Maul11 alts lie...
2 teams ta compete for a trophy to WhitcJiead o._ lit cart V taw
be awarded by the Calf Club. 'f- ToMiatniJBjeachFor ] I'I t w gltllrrg sty.
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1N COAL DISTRICTS Navy are Lt. Comdr. Al.Bar- city 1 .. "'fI__,
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the and Comdr. D. K. Peterson. the repavinj contractors_ yesterday I New Phone GCN. LUCIUS HMita. t dsraw ...w4R.. t trso. t-, .
.Harry Knight is. in charfte'bf and today.Manhole; ''.1' t Survey System Ca. AnMricaa ....... ... ... a .......... ....... sr 11.a.sld ..
Ifflrrti Tli..iinilil 4llrur tov'er i i .... ... ...
lT I civilian golfers. on. Simontm ATHENS oat la c.r....'. Soils .. .a praael toys ty/s .
ti -i*>-The EconomicCooperation : .... ..
There is no entry fee and the and Duval ttrco* w_n hem" in- I II try tried -- saM 4 tre
Him la Srunluutlajur : To Scr (iiiConnnittce Administration at a press cai...f.Mha I. Weitingtea .. .. .
U. S. CanadaMay i public is invited to attend. Play covered: preparatory to raising 11 >e i I ht. ti.4 a ...
!!I i allow I (ECA) and the Greek Thursday tIIr6t Il..Ms heel r.aa1AM _
Will begin at 1 pm. them about an inch to t.u government -
,\\iilm! Tunfeht; That: Will jEValiiatc j 'sap .. 1trer... .. .,
toe new Asphalt pavement to be j I have drawn up plans to' a "Cc _.t Ua rWmald -

In rMLlninth, l I'... I' Enter British Still Hunt of laid.Dania.by Finley Smith Company ; Senior r improve and modernize OrexT"| >cU. f.,.." If )NW 8. ..........tttM.. ..ir-as.d..,.... .-, Mr M....
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... '.r .m.4 r*..*_ Alliance Also the Key West branch of (, 'Ili; h School TberrHorace telecommunication system.. Ac-I 393.000 .b tM ....... .... .. t.ra Ind ........ a aa
t. MHIMUTON." Ort. $.-PrTTIMIMI **- I I the Southern Bill Telephone Co. I r cording to an agreement :igned'by Cer-r. Ta ....ral ....... I i ied
Asian War Dead Prime Minister ThciAutoole '
.d.& IB tall a c-uipin: the Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission ; O' ryant, Democratic i t .
I toe 'sita&ati Is. ...asar H 1..1
Sophoulis and John a ''fCU"
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tu.rr .n P.rnialv.aa.I t....v. ant" I 1 1 'n.J. ct3 O: l'rri l re-1 i iI and the Key West Gas candidate. for supenntendcnt of ,
.... .... Waal tltaoet a tg hand"s t I p It was SINGAPORE")-Corners of Company have been notifiei to Monroe I(I ECA chief here present telecommunications with FtMUaat Truman at ..
s o aRw+lt( to ported here t uay tiut the United! Southeast Asia will remain "for- raise their manhole covers to public instruction; in ., operations will Whit Hout Is '11101 (Jf I
will leave Miami i be merged into
county i
a single
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rw4_ as/wd' 1Mae .nlor-I I Stkte; : and: Canaja may join the ever England." In them reach the new level of the pave- j -- '-
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e?.Oar... a./i hr..aaeast ttl.n. ,..ts4atted.. .was.. ante Western coir.prikint European, Great Military Britain.Alii- '' cemeteries arc being constructed ,' ment Monday the Smith Company. on Beach a tomorrow committee morning to survey to serve and 1 i i.I,! mow The company.compane affected are I 1)C-579 Arch cs .......s. 111... ...... ".- .

r.o.w. Wai15 7.. tna+--.r the France. Belgium: the Netherlands: for British servicemen. was scheduled to begin the work evaluate the standing: of the Miami the internal telecommunications ..d1r. -...... ".eaass1IML._.
....' ssa ... L Lew.. rNIu. I and Luxemixiurg j Unlike! the American, who have of repaying Simonton street It Beach Senior High School. system, operating under the At Sonar School I ..- Misr wort c-allM / I
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drat ut S.. ...... Mime w.-.r. '. The British foreign office in returned home the bodies cor is estimated it will take about two The committee will make its Ministry of posts, telegraph and Mel .. tyro ...
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h' \_.... .. ..,... to stir up t London said that the question had weeks to pave Simonton from Di- report to the Southern Association i+ telephone. and the Hellenic Telephone ..... ... ..
some 30.000 war dead since last company. which is alread USS PC.S7>. :i-U'J craftthv .. ... \ -
la i slr.>adv been subm.ttcd; to the vision street to Front street. of Qollcso<< ; and SecorH: rv "I
p1.1'.n eta..r.J United States and Canada: but that October, the British decided to After the company finishes Si- Schools which is the accrediting almost wholly government l'. K. N.rrpwM. fw i .tsrtty aw r It18-.f..
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the Pt-,4 .. s. Rate M1a..4 :MI ipi i several matters would have to be leave their dead in the area monton street it was scheduled agency for high schools tin tne owned to the KWtron h .r titetrod -..,. 1 I wit wino d ... ...
... MI Mat .. w........ .* a.i.na.ttsr ''adjusted before cither:: country where they fell. to start repaving of Duval street' ., southeastern area. Whether or, vetterdajr lrr i.. attIv, I It tea Irlr .....1J 4rlN a...
..I-..._. ww .fwd. and lung entered the elliame, of which Initial work is accomplished' !; likewise from Division street to not'the Miami Beach Senior High'I nl IPHOMS unI ttlwri 1 here frumThe Newlrrt.. R L i D hslrr w -- .....
.#.ia ... ... tea 1IpI..tKJn >ir1! Marshal\ Montgomery is in Front street: then undertake the Scbool will be accredited: depends i I TICKET OFFICE PC'sa c .rnmtatlel w.1 I
t.. u.. TaM, HaHfay WMT law ant overa'l!' command. by teams who locate and iden- repaving of Whitehead street ''' on the nature of the committeo's I Lt. fJ& C. H, Mate, 11 L w.arah Mla..r< tMwMtt .
.... /.i.rtlr .... .......' wvlfarctl ----- -- tify bodies in the i Uolatcd trop from Eaton street to Front report. ALL AIRLINES -,me .n SmrifcvUI. U* U 8's t t -tr.- .. {.; +.. stan
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t t ical jungles of Malaya Burma. street; thence repaxc Fleming Mr .Bryant stated that the I wife and tw ..... tsar aR Nrsrlrg Mc. .
1 n .pr.ttsy M hsrtaiitun. the tPalace Indochina and the East Indies.Lt. street from Whitehead street tn< Key West Senior High School. has petted !) rata ...... hut* taat .... a". ,
Theater PRICE TOURS
.'.r :\1....1 ... \\'ttkftII1rTt". the next <<
Colonel L. S. Han-op plans White etrett. and fm-jlly conclude been accredited continuously) by I Wt- u... t.. f s sIt.dna I. .
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aa.411W.' 'Ian; mmd w; v William Powell and Ella Raines and coordinates efforts to locate the work with the repaving nl the association since. 1921. A survey :! ..i .'...1.. ... - \krr .
t... n' w ...... has .p"rr*>. lie will the estimated 10.000 still White street from Division streetto and evaluation of the Key i
.... "I. I men unaccounted i -- ..
.. IK: SI&MTOK WASIISIII.SCREET !
** ad lrr. l-MMght in for in Southeast A: 1',1I.I..*. ;:', arvl$ t'"'-,, return toM I : Recovery of &'Ppruximatelv'! COOO t.n t work J I" l".> lon,. on M'n- bdioolb in the area must be made FOR SALE I FOR SALEI
BARGE LINE. Inc
......,..""" t.. oske preparations WATCH
1951r
by
bodies date the of thin
to includes Malaya. day was laying a .
,* Good Used Cars CLYDE MAU.OnY D9CK
It n'I'S.q n. *( Eight -- -- -- ---- First of the committee
Chinese and Indians who fought coating ff &a.8rt: to serve; as a meeting; ; -
--- with British soldiers in Singapore binder between the old and the it Mh>nki Be",''h is.: scheduled : TELEPHONE I1..xI Fer X.f WMIS II
and the Federation of Ma- new pavements. The asphalt:: is. for tonjinoirow night beginning TWINS GARAGE llm K*' l' niffSIIM
DUPONTSPEEDEASY Masonite\ Prestwood laya.Once extremely sticky and icsidcnU:: .t .o u' lock. Mr O'Bryant :Mid : Your Friendly Studebaker Dl. i .,limns. Urll1 GrN'tIt' +H.*fPM.MCIl'R LAN
bodies are gathered together wen again warned by city officials -: he calm U the survey> will be: TELEPHONE 1(9
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J.tlHEUlcn in the military cemct?ry. to refrain from steppinginto I icniuled by newt Wednebdaj

TELEPHONE BIS Graves Registration hand; over; the material.
its job,to "Imperial War. Graves' The asphalt plant i is, on Dnnlc-! ;
ST1,1ua .i". rrufrr.0ilrrt 1).0/(1111-; RAULS CLUI
which' converts the cem"''er> into ers Kev. There the asphalt -t / ";"" STOCK ILANp
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in Un.lour.. a permanent memorial. (Continued On Pag"! Eight) ..
'I i WHEREAS it i is the custom on one day of each year Open 24 flew. Big ""ffHN' TndgilrDaily
0 uteri /** (Inn (.1NU. Ramon n's Restaurant '
for our citizens to join hands. across the nation to render $ II5W PM. I'i f1d11 AM

CIS DUVAL STREET I I II I grateful tribute to our mighty Navy and give well d> Sot lviwg. ,........ tlr.
J. R. Stowers, Co. Noir, Opm I''fir Itiwin-si) I Weavers. i ir rerved :honor and recognition to the achicvsrocnts the
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BAR B Q DECHICKEN _
r i if men and women who compose its ranks; and
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Fine Food Popular Pikes f WHEREAS this is an especially anpropnat3 occasion AI.tiuara: :- 1Aa1.

I I to honor the veterans of World: Wars t I and II and to emphasizo $ f =:
I J Proudly l"(111IlC', the importance to our nation of maintaining a sad ALL KIND Of ......... holed lAnlr.. 1=

f I strong peacetime Navy with a trained Reserve ready: 13 3JIJ4tWtCMBt lr..urtiC1..a.. w
i i man our fleet in the event of national emergency; and _
VOTE THE STRAIGHT <
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/ : WHEREAS it is fitting that our citizens bo inlormsd: !
Chef Iphonse eau in i iI ii I and aware of the current aims and activities of our Navy.


DEMOCRATIC- TICKET i I Formerly .,/ /*"ri* art[ .11"'rf',1( I II i I victor THEREFORE.in war guardian I. A. Maitland in peace.Adams. Mayor of Key p ?Je I WEATnERMASTElI"ij{ [ [ t I

West. Florida, hereby proclaim Wednesday. October i
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Lets Help I IS NOW IN CHARGE OF I II I Twenty-Seventh.: Nineteen Hundred and Forty.Eight. as ALL ALUMINUM *NTti4.OCSJALOUSIES
Bring. .1 Navy Day and call upon all citizens of Key West. Flor' I

I ida. to take part in observance of this day through the
"HARRY" OUR KITCHEN f fi I channels to them.
I : many open .
/or fliNira II IH |..M a l ..lr fed .M
i i Herein unto I have set my hand and seal this 23rd

Back to Key' West i From Here On Out Our Cuisine Will 1I I II day of October. 1918. PHONE Roberts Cabfst .

4fIW Ft*. ts': Drnrftf-raltc Executive Commute) I K( French tind Positively; Sintzzy! I IJ I i'!II (SEAL) A.Mayor.MAITLAND City of ADAMS.Key West. Fla. 1487 I n.lU".I' .i Y; ..../tsiass\>:; "I ,.

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LETS WHOOP IT UP. BOYS! r1 A3IERICAN LEGION O> PARADE AT 3IU3II CONVENTION r'I, TOBAir*
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!>ssItb R ANVA D.nr. s3.se rt N ao.dsr... bt Election Day .one week from next By Tb Anodcted Prta j ......

A. .. .. ...... p. .. .....-- Ma..... county of 1NETWORK 1ftt- 'Ar/lr A.. it r-
- i a rr.ed5 TV.nI.CM..... ...auta.I Tue<
-1 ;I .. AIr. cw.w lmMy >6>...-....'.a***'fta AB Kf* *r Wt-*U **4 the most important.opportunittesn its history ;t Ttm* is eas1erW standatersew-PROGRAMS f ..."...... ........ l .aa4' -

, 0 .. Mr 0*.**, teal ctantfar subtract twur,T rmvtmtati ( M (n", I r
a for "every good man and true to come 1 I atarKar subtract two .
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cjwLlells
; : .Na'M *.- ,...*. r*..r44., afre a -d scar aat__ Hour*. Stone teCJl stations than..
< M his hpar .f relay t. st soar Tcb.... a.Wt ... R tie" ... .
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the of party.
.a.tw N rNa assoc2ATa3r Y.gasM to I minute program c....... y.' .
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1l. AI.4 ** M ct.Mly the interest net lie il:luded.t .
511 Ire N4'1e'. ..... **) M UI a-. ....*...** *r4lt4t : Three factors, essential to t "" .....1. ."r5.w. ....' Swa.
.' M ..i ......t.. .r4l..4 .. U1e .*.*r. sad and the remainder of 4 I'..t A... ... al tlllf -
I .. .. .b.. Ls.1 s... ........... Mr*. ; of Key West SAtURDAY, OCTOBER 23 t Itretlftietla

._. .TU Monroe county are outstanding. in the Iv.S ..... l ../i 1. u..

. .4 9... _aaadcalrll.s_ ___ __ III" President Truman and 0-haws. Broadcwt-mbe 'AtI1lr8ts.iY .... ....-.-
a .. ....... __ ____- IL" coming election. .fa c .t E"ery Dsab(. 41 tM10! a I' ae4t.k 4
..... __ Ion K. ft-Ucf Quartet- bc:.
... iu''- .. LM1 Fuller Warren are Ftaunsh friends of the Sport! J>aia4TaU __-.a.e shlaisa. 4. ii4
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4**.f: *..,..* ,= =-:: county, affd we should give them and all a ]smbee rewaybelake mhl weet 0 I .a>> -..... R its.

....ea........ RATK. other Democrats who have opposition, art x-19-Bdlcioa bocc ra la :Memo--cb* -- ....., .......-......
..... Kw.a.. A siJc.u.siptss6 Urowale Siat ,- be er 2JtiN l9ltll. ,sass

.8'TICII' overwhelming vote. But there.is another I ':.1O--'I"M- SBC S.pbouM. t ..ba.4Ss50 ......- .. OI.il'g.
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AM n4a ae.tl.aa. *f taaaka P***letl.u most: important matter in connection with I >lamer sports-ab0 *..titll
f = sta *tV wQI N tiaoe 3l-.ie-n>b aMf-' .
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,.***. ,e .* r le Ilea the election we should bear Tru. or F1Lss -Atha$5.ws -
f*. aeiHa*.*M ar (avrca** frM wktoa ; &IMI eomm.r..tar7 0 a< ... Z" ...'ad
1s..M.. M .. a* .*rl**. art S *.*-. a is.*- nolidly for Amendment( fo.,3. which, if : Jack Bean OaaRrM I .tbier.
1M ...... a* Y ..*. tara* ... ..** .laMaMf 790-x7 Favo it. Hardwebs tTreaaery is-
..**.... .* IMIH >* t at Meal l | *r adopted will make Monroe county senatorial Ban4 bbotj-abe' -- .. iO [ltwl bate
...-, ......... ... WI.I&ai 5 &.. .&bJ. ... '. iiaran Calls Ma ici B<-cobf7JJ ....
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>r-Vlc Damon* Sbow-nbc .IA I .d1M ...is tp5r
Monroe: county has a record registration Vaoxfea Monroe Kan4-cb* Y.A.
Famaa Jury Trial*-a.c I sad +
of more than 8,000 votes. What .i is the !'_. Br-. .,..t-.a.. ........ ......Rr.'d ...
7ss-u. Carnieba Song.-cb, dM..n ...... 1M ...a
best way to proceed to poll a record vote Vcl AJB; tpmtsmb1911H.1lywaod Tbeater-abs. I th f'.. va .. (b41W'

WMI @ 1 194 in Monroe county on November 2? Sing It Again Quu-cba .
Johnny Fletcher Comtsljab>>*. I .
one-half the T tkD. Qau-mb -- -
Three and years ago ioqr Uaf. t to
I JO-Truth or CopMan nci>- nt* ;.; i! A "" "
Monroe County Democratic Executive Amumr afcwe-a be 'he

N Committee had so much money in its eo-Hk Lil* Beans Parade.U atra-e"t -mb/ I i JI 1 En ...... drbNaf

'. treasury it propo-sed to give back the,two Gang WinDer Betters Tau AD Drama-cte__ .... w....... *-.0 's1 a
TOIL rrr wrsrADYOCATO A is arrts.
DaMTDCEJr1'S Gabriel Heatterwbsa:15Ly we
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BY THE cntEK per cent fees to the candidates who had Cos. fbow-mbff THIS IS AN OVERHEAD GENERAL VIEW of the American Lrjwn px4 pMin tArwlta, ,.. .... ....

.. paid them in the immediately previous .>>It Judy Pan to Canora Be Ignorant Show--cb bo. I'I B mon Park in Miami. Fla. during the national convention. TbouMods lia.' UM ttr**** M ... A .r, is

Democratic primary. However the com- What.A y :S.me-aOc I patch. the march. ef the former service: men. .q_ .. --

!. Mart HcttU tad Aptrtmttta.t. ToK I' __ _.____ __ _ 4 -
Bdl tad .tottixx Pivilkm. mittee did not carry out its plan, which *'- : >-Denni. T.*.Day's.. Beaaloo DayabeHorn. --cb. ... --- - --- o.w-

: L AJrytrli-liiwi and Sea. probably was a wise decision because that Clucaco'WWa Qu'-aIIc Thter-mb. I fFh.ailTHE It 31font: ; IEGALS i

L t CJs-toTlilitlrin of County and means that much more money in the It JO-Grand 01. -- -;;-;; -
City Cv mia'fitj.Awlitarum.. Military BaO 0prJ'1 1 ; 11; essay .** T.... ..>***> ***.* a*
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do in SOLID $ *. < tae *
L r T.itz tifca: ury for the important work to 11-00: Hayloft-New.Ii--& varietyabe.ws SOUTH;. : or mLKlkiTul1 tt/K'.TITI>"".P'L 's..', fie.ot'* *"** ..... .", _

:. the coming: election. >. \arielr. Z bra.-cb* I ;,. 0 : l.. .,\UT Yak a.sN.N e'M T5.IS .......

Added to that amount, each of four .- Kara:>ewa and a Ytacku&-robs Oases H ar-ab By ROBERT E. GEIGER: .1.l; :: .0..:, t'UIKKI.s.' .11 j ... .... -case"to '-.. ....-

candidates in the lat primary paid $120to t1:30-Daac* Band Showstuba1200DncingContinuedbcwee WASHINGTON-(AP)-What: is the "Solid. So .t'.!" and CLAI'IR l'AiatifR U al.ul. sire 10e 04".-:55 W-M se' ad ':.-'is.lee .

: )lo ocn; \1'11 the committee; three candidates for : I why is it important in.pobbcs? r' 0 ...:JIJ"" 11110R .. -- .4 i."" ........._.... .IIi

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.; ..... Reader: superintendent of public instruction paid 1 1 As generally understood, the' Sond! Soulh" indud 11 1 ass Ceti. .. .....-.. ..

I NETWORK PROGRAMS. southern with 127 electoral i ...... ealp ... ..
$9 .38 each and smaller amounts were states votes. This is almost one*I
several .. ,, ...
people ..
A few dart ago Forces. 'un.11J. .-. T. 1.1" ..... 1o "
Tune "ea ter" standard I 1 hell of the 266 electoral candidate needs I .
votes
of paid by all other candidates, including the teal standard subtract an* nvr.meuntam tel'' a: presidential W- ... "Pfi MTB *
J.aif1' .
chore MIw+uf about the forrtctnia standard Subtract tw* I| to win. If border states are added the electoral votes exceed lion aft* n** it -*e I
six who for the sheriff's nomination.The ... K Cass li.. > ... a. tW ?e, r" '_
whistle ran ........ Sows local .t t. change I : 1.'slF MM *
when the .
gale val.t M Navy hoer ef r lajr' te tit local: schedules. I one-hall of the necessary to\, i a* rTk a5.'. ... .. 1'b-. '

..... and aW preyed to be. wrongIt i* committee has operational ex- Last ret .b*minute included.9UNPAT program. changes can. 'taL .aid. L...-k.*..... rM J :t: ...._..._._aa.a toe. 1!!
and it can empty its treasury to These are the Solid South states, I m. .- 1
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diff penses
h..1N. _4th v.,r epWrierw, all are I English Sql tore 14.1.aita1 l.es ltaI ...:... .. t d.ewr ':!
I'Mh beH*%'" he b ril'ht.t get out a record vote on Election Day. Let OCTOBU 24 I"with their electoral votes: Ala- 1M ...... M ..Me.1'S. ... 4s-
itealt. ret bama 11, Georgia 13, Florida 8, I' t .._ SI tld e err eMrr.-a-A
THE ORACLE us show Harry Truman, whether or not he Aft...**. Mississippi 9, Louisana 10, North i, To Commute ..... ...... =: .Mka ..... 4else. I. sitar a *.r. .*<..Wev**

t is elected, that we deeply appreciate the :1-00>-ews Amerlc Commentary-eb* United. Talk*-at)* i Carolina 14, So. Carolina 8, Vir-' adidaru+... I e. .:. t -1:: .I

worldwide' publicity he gave Key West by American:Nlas Commentarymb01:1S.pintos Almanac-abo I'' ginia 11, Tennessee 12. Texas 23.i From AfricaLONDONt'1The I ..tJMjkaBB. to .*) .-.*. 7aMJB.TW trsaJd -_... .- .
Arkansas 9. These states are traditionally : .::
IlMaseij
him the largest : Commentary be
giving proportionate
REVIVING& CAST.VVESTCon TRADf: .
Editor at HomeabcN.wa Democratic. > Earl of j i : i. w: I Ae.'

majority in the United States; let's show Broadcast ROllncJtalll.-ll"-mb* The border" states, where : Portsmouth bought himself a : .. .i'aa......-aw t0..s.eIS. sic ,w b b.It i iml

Fuller Warren staunch friend of Monroe 1:30.-Chlcaro presidential results are almost always estate Kenya. Africa ......
# tfl'141r. U mUrv *t and non. om- a Tell It Avaln-cb* close another 10,000 acre in i .......0 K.. Cuaa
v..persabeAlibis one or ,
that Monday way ; and sad he'd farm it. I .......r. .
Weat county we are appreciative of his regard Quiz Show-mb .
RwnMt nata4.na art patln., an East- are: Maryland 3, West Virginia 9, .The Earl a leading British ..
for us by giving him the largest! 2.00-First Piano QvartetD"Featftoa. -* Kentucky 11, Tennessee 12, Missouri : If ..., .4 M'a.ad /b ekllrla.sated -4 '.s... .0. map
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I..... t4Mifrr.oc has just concluded its proportionate .&of bonir-cb* agriculturist and an exponent of 5. deed. 0e N 7 .a r. arr1i
wee Around World-ab* 15, Oklahoma 10 and (sometimes r ..a 'its
tetlliJ.. fa Genera. Switzerland, with thethat majority in Florida, and let'spile Air Fore bbow-mb* immigration from crowded Britain AHaatjr Jeses IS'lsd 'J.1 4 .al !M toe ,tows
) New Mexico 4.
r t.30-CnlTersity! Theater nt. said he would divide hi*I I .. ... sucrose '5.-. s *-
a......-N revival of trade between up a record-breaking unanimous vote Ton Ar.There-cb* Since 1880 the South has sent time between Africa and his Jp w.t>.j* >aaX_ .allMtee tfn a *i naaf I <
:Nr: tresMeot_b es- ...... .be ..... .-. / > ser
essential' to give Monroe county its own senator. rtitiiljy) so> d.pem xn atie delegations :
fiii.r1/ and Western E.urope I. :.0....: Veterans' Panel-mb* tale in England i loss d rws. is-so. f9h* *

.. w n..w recovery.I Key Westers may be sure, that the 7A0-N. T Broadcast pbnbaroionlc-aba -cbaSevs dential to.campaigns Congress. And the in .|! -......-..................... *sea>*l 1rla iiaiii' .ayTjrf.aa. laea.M eM aia....>,- M

"'1'''' BferrBt. ended' early thur voters ic Washington and Calhoun I.1UIO Bnoadcotmbs1:1IFutur.. cf America-aboa voted. Democratic almost without : -'. -
who also coun-I This means a De.mocraSc TODAY'SBIRTHDAY IS Aa. ....... .ai
ties stand to exception.
get senator
a aba
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Bwmlk. ...,.lMftdi". the .!'t.Lli..hmentj :30-On Mm'a Family- 1 ..wit .,
Treasury Baod-*bQ candidate for president usually I ..
K 'mmiUte. to bring about revival of vote solidly for Amendment No. 3. JuaU. Jury-robs 1 .ll..a-d. .'
$taru'off assured of this big Mf* aw f dl.w* .-a.aaiiM
But our task is to get out the vote. The 4-00-Qolx Kids. Joe KenlIbeTed bloc of.Southern electoral : a ..... tn .... Ins 9tv.. tel
tifo't votes.
I ($ ?*.i.. Th rommittrc wa appointed >tabs T.Utbe ... Aa. Mr1.m* htataalMB} /Ma .saps.:
CAhin.. with all Com.ttntrim Monroe County Democratic Executive House ot JI.lel'J'mH4:15JohaIlT In the present campaign half of ietxi>-'__ rT He- ;
% twit U ,
f a Tbompeoa Sena;-ab* the Alabama and all of the Mississippi | B.Y'1'. ( > Newdea."uresAA..A.A. '-were M Asa "% --
adtalnin >but with ab. Committee, with the money in its treasury, 4 JO-News. Living Mil-nb. ._. sad eweaba : .. =
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delegates walked out of J ..
; UN Day f'ro&Too.n>-cb* t J6tr... la a _...... ..
2_:... .apl.klN| on the ground that has the opportunity to get out a record Opera Auditions-abc Democratic national convention. CLINTON PRESBA ANDER- I li..a a ...._ .**.......... fT B ynfiB
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ll.tarlembeIoo.Tan. .
IsetecUv ) 1131 .i abra'w laTMrt lrVrA MM > Hw* *
.. lice, ruMtlMUoB did Rut fo far enough. \ote. The committee is acting wisely in advertising Plckeoe Show- b* They pulled out because they disliked -, SON. born Oct. 23. 1895. at Cen .-5".115 ....-,.... ... ......... Tab J %. + are
Bob Q. Lewis fcbow-cbs the civil rights platform the. rnlle.. S.. D_. son of a Swedish' **. (111 fed these! kM aloe r...b
T1M now trade committee Li expected but it should not confide its efforts Qaiet Pleas Drama-ab* (J convention adopted. But they -- --y immigrant Rejected Nwsk..aH. 4l....... 1t Bt> B.531... *-= e.ML04KNM .-

., k.. .*.i*..iel.r.l We. ? influenre on the eco to advertising alone. It should employ i;30 Shadow-Bob Merrill Drama-Concert-Ab mba; \' couldn't just join up with the Re- for service : n. 4531.M.r/a 53.1..':= isM.wib "': ""
Phil Marlow Drama.-cb* publicans because the GOP also i' ......... lk/rb.. 111. row as.lee
1 re.v*rjr .f the PuntiflrRt. Itill workers in every precinct in the county Counter Spa Drama- W I m World j re.i sad Its ed... of s.- ...
Quick a* a Flasb-mb* rIva had adopted a civil rights platform of lung trouble -, ....1..
........,. th* *>x hanffe' of products and and should hire automobiles on Election .g he got a { ......tAt' .

clew Mi( between" the countries of Day to see that a record number of votersgo "':00-Catholic Radio Serrlc*- bTh So a group of Southern Democrats job in Albuj j i tbal ....- a.Mi ---.
t'a rally Drama-cb* decided to start their ownStates' .. .e .... ....... r :!'9 1/141-! w. wIts
to the polls. We owe that to Truman :News Comment-abc War I btcauaequerque K.) w. ... k.._ ML.a ... .es ". .. .
bbow-mb* Rights Democratic: orgaruz .. 4y wI'I1.M '
Key Bosrs as II x.ee p... .' r
The .tf.d* ftHrf.+rrnt* met in Geneva and Warren but we owe it to ourselves also :IS-News Summary-abe ation They held a meeting at- sw reporter From I !1...... Mrs t.t is ...Aa au-arr
.. in efforts to JO-Ozzl* and Harriet-rib* tended by people from all the '. -a I' pbeedM.N.d / "M .::: Ho* .
...... the. time that the General AnsemHM our get our own senator. Percy altb Concert-cb a n Insurance : FWwt 1ar M .......A .4
local in Greatest btory-abc Southern states and nominated business. he' LMw.r..1..r1n, L.. I* ..> ,it ..... ..
Every candidate the last
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*.. < .ta I'ar*. The latter tackled po- I I ,, Kick Carter DetecUrs-mb* Gov J. Strom Thurmond of South. plat Asa Mn.edrd .' 4 *-_ ..-

-.. ......*t4..n., L' t the former worked Democratic primary, with whom The I I 7-00-Jack. Benny Show Show-cbs-abGen I Carolina for President and Gov. I -- was appointed- I, .orer 155'd d ta.Asa 5 '...sad .

0. .,x411. relal4Rg to the economic read- Citizen has di.scus.sed; this question said he Go for Autry House Qols-ab i I Fielding L. Wright of Mississippi Clia_ P. AmUne. state treasurer.! tam nM1...aMr ..is .... 1'aew I>* -*etfk < tMSes
ber1OCk Holmes-robs L 1 for Vice-President. Thurmon has Went to Congress in 1940 bat- (MM : T \++m MW I&&: vaAIIIIIIII
rf Eastern and Western Kurope.pn44em : was heartily in favor of the committee f.30: -Phil and Alice-nbo tied food problems during the sad fmmra < > 4 ip N.s1 ...-
.. I Amos and AndycbsCar.egie t conducted an active campaign -=:: ." a. ._
....,. ha. been placed on a using his fee in the endeavor to :'put Mon- I Hatter Hall Music Show-abo-nib* He has accused 'the greedy bosses war became Secretary of Agru! Ass .. Nt..ee.-:. adM.n1. AI, I --- -
Gabriel
.. .,..ekal .Ieve4 I and the Soviet effort roe County over strong": in the November ,I:00-Charlie JlcCarth-nbe of the three political parties" of ,: culture and is now running fori I .*x. to a tt t/1 &r-
Sam Spade Adventure*-cb: using the civil rights program "to the Senate llae kw --.J!

; *titN ll*. t.mn ktr. h.t.i an agency. to 2 election. Th Stop. Mediation The Musts Board Quix--abc mb* make a cheap bid for the votes of .bills.....r41 hen- "

: eaip.rwde I slat' OWixlit the Marshall Plan "Let's whoop it up, boys: !" < :30-Fred Allen Comedy-nb* a minority faction. The three I: Who Knows{ ? ., tall saki; ibm. ". 4H ....
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Cabin B-1J Draw*-cb* parties to which he referred are I i w-1e1. ... ... 11;
.; ... 1w kp'. It. A LlvID5"'m TMi>..a ilia* f_ ...... ...
the Democrats, the Republicansand .
k. The minute get in controversy f0-Merry Go-ltound-nbc 1. Name the "Benelux counI : ;, ar* 4 igliiataaUar ... ..,' '
.. ifitcnrvthig to note that in July we angry Helen Hayes Tbter-cbe Henry Wallace's Progressive I .% 3M1d i .!

: n' the. for truth and Sunday .Iraal-abe Party. I I tne. AM M. .. ........ M ..fi b ..
matter wait bring considered, We cea e striving begin Secret! Mission Drama-rob* 2. How much does the U. Snow I ., MkMMNlM t. .1-. .o..
V.
,. Oise.M
One held South .ors
: cite Hinrkt delegate. referring to the KaxtWade : striving for ourselves. t Hollywood Comment-abo hope by some pay for gold | eyy :r -=- ... : Ie .i.. .+... .. a. e4d
';30-Album Familiar Moslc-nb* erners is that even if Thurmondis ,. State. /1ald.e h4 as .. p........ '_ ",' s..esr .
N1ht" conference, Mid that notwith- Our Miss Brooks-cbs not elected president he might 3. Identify the "Baby i'.aaw ariaa N a ...... ... 'S.4.reb ...... & -4 ...
heater Guild HouraboHollywood "Sagebrush State" 'Golden j ji .... ... Asa diner .5. ..... ... ::- 1-: ::: ..
$aOt"'"mr the difference In approach we When two women begin to praise a omm.nt-m capture enough votes so no other i i State" Pity .r ..y ..... ,.. --c- ... .. u, a _.
:4r-'I'wla! New o Comment-mba candidate would get a majority. 'i 4151, M 1 *Maaitaw ;.. .... .... -as... aM
Mt *4 vfitleavor. to buiH up a common young woman to a single man it is a 10-00-Take It or Lean It-nboiura In such a case Congress would 4. How many U. S. homes are i Sep .4 say AM e. .- k'. ... o. C010. -

:- taWlfnnn fwr K and reasonable assumption that the and Abner--cbs elect a President and Vice Presi- mortgaged sad: r.::"$:- tb.a. .'" A.aMireet 1 -+e.sw... '
-rvp an recovery, young man Voices\ of Strings-mbs | Who discovered the South Oeih.M Cosa1llkly I 1M" +.M -4
10:3O-Horace Heldt Show-nbo dent from among the candidates, i 5. -= tbsaWe ..5S ..1 4 ....
= = is.-
: tlft4.. hat the d4cUMiofi I be carried should be on guard. .
one Strike It RichcbsCommentary and the States' Pole 5 tIN -- ........ .
!b talniM41ke. on Mo.l s-ab. Rights people 6. Who said "Put your* trust in'!' lisa lest ad .. N' ...... ... .... ... ""1> .
; a manner.frftrybutly their. ..
Starlight Mooda-mbs voice some hope men might I them- / s l tekare .Js'llaly .. .
God, but mind to keep your powder ....,.. ... .. "
"lO:*S-We Car Drama-abo <*Ji 1* r.I I -'
l familiar with conditions APPEAL TO OTHER PEOPLEThe nbof win.Other dry" I hi a ItMMfew <....+M r*. .... .. .. .
11.00 News & Variety 2 brs.- -
H ''.... Variety Dane 2 brs.-cb possibilities are, of course, 1 Ma | knw American -
H fp that it U if the 7 How cigarettes -
necessary, I\ewa and Dane Band-abc that Southern voters will remam many 50.5 Ida,. .4 k :, : -1. aw :.
:
... were smoked in the 1 last Tee r. 5 e.bl ."ia..a ald MM I ...
61 Band 2 hrL-mba
If IIP. lit U. to revive its economy on a Moscow radio which has been -# "' Dance true to tradition and vote for .. &at .... _p ._

o tlI1R"ta&n4. | "'g basbi. trade between; East-: delivering bitter attacks against the 12:00-Dancing Continued-abC-e. I President Truman, or some may fiscal year I. ..., .. ,........r I ,. .
What of the national
8. percent ., .111 tics ...... My1rN .seta_ MIs. N
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45*_* and. Western Europe must l lit revived. I. United States, }plans to increase its English Your horoscope overcome Republicans their prejudice and vote againstthe for : income is spent on alcoholic I I II I Rln'.NS. .. 15 J.....til..... "ies. .a4I .41Mai. M.

IW many yearn, the countries! of language programs, beamed to this coun-t i .. I ISATURpAY. Dewey. Whatever states vote for I beverages 9 What per cent of the na- ', OMt' *.>t>...4 -ilIa... a'ba..rp4'L Is sad 5. 't'aZI.

M *4r. Kur p e hue drawn much of their try, to two hours and fifty-five. minutes OCTOBER ?3, Thurmond will reduce the num- !'tional income is given to religious I 1 *)..* Il aB4wM I* a*....B Nato
ber of electoral votes the Democratic ta* above ..toed .*rik.* aa 5V0.,..... WI 0-
taMinnfarltirrd! goods from Western Eu- 'daily. 1948-Something of yesterday'stendency and social welfare* I a.. d.aM.a.. MM la AHkajalKfcj .4
will prevail those candidate (Truman) nor- *...*..*... Ian. ...... <'.. .
in What silicosis >
$fJ! the Wetrrn. nations in turn. By contrast, "the Voice of America" born m the early hours of the mallly could count upon as beingin .' 10. is- ..._ .MI b./-r.d .a .... e.e. t ... ....rt.. ... '. .. .. .... ..

.frst. **' rml much of their raw materialstWInltiffa the American shortwave broadcast; to day. but as the next degree advances the Democratic bag In 1928, J JI t I| *aaM aaf Her caeseWM tics fwavex *'-* N ...
AnswersI .
the nature becomes Texas, North Carolina Florida, I The I II I ,ft* ma> .* BealaxMti 'IIIP! w1.
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more
ae'i from the countries of East- foreign countries, uses a total of two careless and even imprudentBorn I Virginia and Tennessee voted for i a Tm nMl iIB* t......... .""W: ....chewa.

.... Fiurul|>*. TMa .U what the economists i hours<< in its daily broadcast to the Soviet I. late in the day the i the Republican, Herbert Hoover, I. 1. Belgium the Netherlandsand ::.awl $az s' Mtawtex. fel, :n,."; ... .... ....
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Al Smith Catholic and Luxembourg. ., .. .... Ie F. ,_
.aM>> natural and despite political Union. ter may become Charac-I I opposing a 15 r, ". ,
a wet. 2. $35 an ounce. ,i, T ka4 i.na 1d *f iML
.*.! .. or even violent with I Re.. .4 i aaj.ta> fc* -a 't Neal' g1a -
.nemig lets :
Ideologies.. inevitable. The operation of shortwave radio I I 3. Nevada and California .
fanatacism or indifference to .I States' Rights party claims it Arizona; ..f K. ** Well *a4 fcaWei i sic. sir.9
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stations by the various nations of the I the results ef action. I i I is a "grass roots" movement I respectively it/ A*e4 I*, MaalM* i re N. > M -- -

tRs- Hr w. have fuund worker who world in the effort to reach the peoples of I SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1943 supported by the voters as well as 4. 54.7 per cent 1 1 left i. 1154!......... eiba ... .claw I ... .... __ .. ,.
no ,
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the politicians. It would take such | 5. Ronald Amundsen, of Norway sky d.IM..Iw. M P.Mar
.......... that .h* h o\er.paid and other L something novel 1 in the -The new sign comes in strong, Dec. 14 a* .I--iaa***>i M .
under- countries, giving a robust and even violent I a movement to toss the Solid i. on 1911. i I a = l la <*M L<*4 Tltr** :;f. *) :.-c6Ml- & .:, ,. :
wetl..ed. international affairs. I nature that take but little I South definitely out of the Democratic 6. Oliver Cromwell. !I ABU ..r... (- .
may I ,...... .. aa.re. .- .
Around .1&1.
basket. 7.
heed to the comforts or I 1.000,000,000 a day 1it .. .., .
Very plainly aerial propaganda seeks opinions i awr .rf tan m >
of mind of others. Care i 8. 4.90 per cent or 8.8 bil- .Bd ruiiMlB" <... .+N .. asa. ,

F Between new and election day the to undermine# popular support of antga- peace should be taken to control this I Add whole-grain corn to grid- i lions. I *..... .. .a*....... ....--..-...-.... ..,-..

*a lfdate will t be courting the favor of onlstic.. governments and to make the people for there is indicated a dangerof dle cake batter sometimes for| 9. .85 percent or 1.5 billion 1 item a 5.4. dt aae..4 tSsM.. .M Oaa4131 .. .... s..-.. t....q...

al 1 giving way too freely to it, I Sunday breakfast and serve with i 10. An occupational disease of I NaMe4/ ......... .>r'PSOie. I ....... .,
group and there' .. .
countries sympathetic too "
no telling what of foreign more .. 4llaUarlbws.IrM. 3 NsMerr
caused
d. I which unrestrained might lead frizzled ham preserves and J I the lungs, by rmntral 1 i. .,.....

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3-tedroom.: furntshech b Arthur
[ Manager for small hoteL Cots home. Fncc $ll000. _
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pk Apply ft O. Box 708.'Can I j terms. Johnson ft' Jdhncon.
I i Hold other _position. ..oct5tflHELP l Phone 372. .< t : -
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(.Pt .Wirephoto via Radio from Paris WANTED-MALE ;; Gray marine engines 0 j'service._

CU STRIKING. TRENCH MINERS ATTEMPT TO EE ':.1 TYRE the YUlteri coal mine at St. Young man \vthxiome sales gbi}-,j Station C R. Smith. cpp le :-1'feseat
M frMC t. Maralhen'f i1mon
j lty. to be .fexclusive. dealer fort
propto j Baby ByUer Feeding T&blft i :. :
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alas .*. b+twtiutn to rttrtafc 1 Monroe County. Write Baby;i Whiie enamel-_ S2.15J, O-.its k''l'2
Care Guild P.O. 3ox 1011:} white paint $3.7J and.$|.1.5 p- r
-- -. Coral Gables, FJa., for turtherj; gaUoal up. 59ft.z" "Earcn n

K'i IUklF'U-:\CII1I'illtS: :: IIUILDLNG .\. BARRICADE information.octll.St;Ij hoe $3.95 Dcherty &''C!)... r ..3
U [ Olivia, Phone' 1537.
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man grocery etorc -
r 1 700 Elizabeth St. Apply in|! Baby buggy and bav .ett.:. $ .S

1 ('rsqn.. ocG3-3tyi i for bt.ib.. Call J ?Q-V.. t.. -
t .! ', : : I F9R A1NT-.APARTMENTS: .

.' 2 bei5r>."3".inn .-
11 s.. ..y a ....tom (Furnished Apartment, 3 rooms and t rpringmattr,rss s;; ? -Virtue
: bath, M&id and janitoc serv-- i: 1 chest cf drawer a'i_in g (4
e t ices, linens and utilities furnished [ conditicn). 70df South Star u
Sumnser rates. Coral Call morning. 'o c a:.3-r
f Hotel Apartments, opposite Post -

Office. oct.7-25tx x Use cur easy Cu"istR.'Jiv- 7

plan for toys and gitts.T
Furnished Utilities 2 1-2-roors apartment. Old Craig's, 1018,White. Sir
furnished .Children '
.vcy23- ':
under 1 Yf.ar acreptedApply .
j 915 Windsor octlFo -U -
LargePnioo radio ,with iced
player plays 12 OOl'ds.r;-
tr apartme&ts H available. 41 1 : 3
William 'Street. oct8-26lx; Elizabeth Street: ?CW-Z w

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Apartment for'couple only. Telephone Cushwan motorscooter... Che- p.App'ly .

263-J. .cct21CUFurnished 516 Catherine. : tSttcet
cct23-7..i:;

Y apartment. Apply 112& '
w y Margaret- Street. Phone 845-J. Two showcases. ;8C5Street. Simwi*, tl
oct21-3b: ."' oct23-f


Onefurnished bedroom apartment Cocoanut plants for sale -5 ...
-- ---- -- Private bath. Electrickitchen. .
high. 25c and 50c each. Apply -
v wirtpncio via itaiio from Paris Hot.water. 5C5 Greene 1509 South Street-
TftHClttG MinDS IA the Ik oh* La Molitr area cf France rip up iron railing to build.* barri- Street. next tor City Hall. -OCW-I..x

I sale a J.U*t l.C-C French 97.tram.tat stops misied: in the'Z:. Etienne sector to combat a rujpmntm .;. oct2,2-3t'l. :, -

..... *. at "ubot. V. Th. crippling ta-r.t Itrik naw la la third week. has cost FOR RENT-APARTMENTS '"' FOR. T .SALE-HOUSES'" .
r'.... m.. tea 1.000.060 to i of fuel AND ROOMS' i -"-
I|!! Waterfront hOfT.e.'landscaped. ti
... -r' .. '. The ;;i 50 x 100.. ftirnlshed;.two be4-
I : Stutt Hotel. 410', I'l mins:, '
.tilt FMiiH\\cr: ucamii THEIR COAL WANTED TO RENT I Street has- an efficiency' apt. rooms kitchen. two baths", electric
and several sleeping rooms va-, Bargain. ftYrquwk
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sale.. .Terms..' O.2j a 'ats
cant. Low. month! -
Two ;veterans and mother transferred weekly or
tersori Avenue opposite
rates. "-OftltfjFOR :', Yatht
hare from Pennsylvania Club. \ '

urgently n oieci house or' apart .. RELIT HOUSES ocU-ZaHues-thurs-if
ment. unfurnished toV'nt..
Permanent year-around :rest Two-bedroom furnished ,houie./ HousA; complcieiy- .lurnishttL

dents. 3 adults. No.pets. References Adults. only no pet Apply Large Jot 1414 Leon. Street
; Phona, Mr.-Ball. 207Moci23ltx 1000 Duval. ., upstairs. ; '-* OCl23-6tX

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FOR RENT-HOTEL; ROOMS. j I FOR RENT-ROOMS i ij .
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Overseas Hotel, low ratc-3._ $:Of-I'J Clean, comfortable room, reason--;; sold this wet'k.'UO At tty St..
fee shop, bar. oct2:26tI I able 'rate. 513 Whjteb ad. opposite -;; after 530. .ect21-3rx
I\ Court House.
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FOR REIfTBUSINESS '38 Furtt ford r ed4 k.:Good fr.r>-

N PLl\CES. By day. week or month.. Double iI I chanical and body Jshapc ai.>-
I rooms. Private bath Air: around. See at 991 Eaton Si

Original place-"The Cistern" cooled. Town' Hotel 301 Simontoft :' -" .tictZl.;LS:
425 Greene. Suitable smai) j St, Tel. 9273.
business.. Apply 620 Elizabeth i :oct23-tl: 1940 Packard fordorSedan: :
oct224txMISCELLANEOUS t Phone 1957.i --A t22.3:1C
FOR RENT-TRAILERS

AND ROOMS 1841 Ford convertible club_eoupi-
? Good condition. .: Prkt $Sp5

Washers, irons V 'cuumsan- I Completelyfurnished., Trailer or' 'Apply Commercial" Credit. 42)

r fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone comfott.ble sleeping rooms :, Fleming Street. -..' \23-3LX
1164-M. octl-tf (between ,seasbn rates). Young': .
Tout ist Rest, 1721 Flagler.l i FOR SALE--BOATS>
t4 L r Phone 111-J .octal-t f{ AND MOTORS ;'
Caroline Shop on Ann St. will
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cr xi reopen in November. Christ ;j FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Immediate FaleTpries+ri.h .
t mas shoppers will find a great- AND COTTAGES J Consolidated 46' boat, 9'
increased stock
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gifts and
i beam, excellent cotHli on. A*
A fabrics for slip covers an Idraperic Cottage. $27.50eekly.. Studio 1! so Red Wing motor, heav -

;. oct2-9-16-23-30 apartment, $22.50 weekly. Near: duty, 40 hp, dual :ignition fn
/P Wlrt photo I I beach electric t'(refrigerator hot, crate from factor Price n t

BILL BARKIS (Uttt. 3S. end Dick RcideL 34. board their small ;,, STORAGE I Water linens, everything furs motor. $475.00. Contact-- Jar1:
.U l....gin. irvwtoplaiM at Fullcrton. Calif.. in I ished. Adults. no pets. Apply De Tar, Palm Beach FernWest -
to seta
attempt
lied Brick Co.
Storage Furniture I
new IHht endurance 1214 Duval Streetoct21thurssattuestf- j Palm Beach, Fla.. Phin.: '
recori. They hope to fly their "Sun- ;i or commerciaL Phone 798. i ': 2-3995. Octi2i
kitt W4y" vault D c.mbtr 7 to crack the present record of 72S '' octl-tf I

laded. a4 ia IMS. The r 11 pick up fuel and supplies by reps WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE; HELP WANTED-FEMALE
htm a ap.edfnq automobile. PERSONALS +:

.- --- ---- ._ Naval officer and wife desire Two waitresses and bsrma!<*
-- 1 Poems wanted for musical set- ,' rent of lease' two or three bed- ', Apply Palm Club, Stock L
11'11.1.
)1)1 .s"".": i ling. Send for free exi i
poems
: Greece Pushes room house eighteen months land. Call in person.
/1 I animation. Five Star Music preferably unfurnished Garage
u1ltti.().JI t.tf'r 9Ct21f
|: Masters, 391 Beacon Bldg., required. Xa children. Comdr.
"del twtarir a ..mall S.+uthernW Seed Project ; Boston Mass. W. R. Laughon Phone 637-W. : Waitresses wanted. Weav.-- >-

*. +. a spt t dm2 .ta.wcwt wu oct2-9-16-23-30x. --f--- -oct23-2U'- Phone-92.-:-2. -. --.....oct22..-
1.J M' a chat-w h."., -r 1 ATHENS-W Exactly $850.-, TRANSPORTATION .- '
; ..ttttttltMe. 000 will be spent to enourag c-' .: 1t "

.'Y.. lr.ee s. .edui tltnn4issus seed production in Greece th s Am traveling: to Denver, Colo1 For QUALITY FLOORS It
-.b Taetq fellow," the of1 coming \\ear. The Economic Cooperation rado. Will take.pne passenger ,
... wtagialuL t 'Gotn' well Share expenses. Leaving Sunday -
Mr Wssi. edits an hrrr:. and Greek Administration (ECA) ; Oct. 24. See Tony, 210 Inlaid Linoleum
9 dsMr government have 1
1M that yew han anyw Simonton Street. OC122-2 ,
a... err ear timing device.s :' agreed to continue the seed production Kentile
p* ... ........ craftilyiu+tgestyuu program started by th e GARDEN AND LAWN
III. "M* r cU knjw I was American Mission for aid to SUPPLIES
.woe .tarty'" Greece last winter. Asphalt Tile
-s... lisle here hound then American experts say Greece Limited quantity of Tomato<
.......... .livd, putniine to a has the climate and soil to produce : Plants. Key West Garden & A'rtr Colors and Patterns
e... l....,-oM.nm old dog high quality disease-free .1 l.awn Supply Co914 Fleming. for Every Roomin

ihM W fart arrived on the seed. It is anticipated the program Street, Telephone 1019. the House
..(.... .and IMW Uy will reduce !
panting at seed importa oct22-tf.j; SPEQALTYp
tote Iwaa.... l..e*. "Well that tions. : I SINK COVERING OUR
due .... 'rhMn' yer. youn | REFRIGERATION ... FREE ESTIMATES
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couldn't catch Scholars believe that the
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y0 wWi y.... And when thai tribes which have been wandering ,: Immediate service, domes or West Floor
J* un4 ..A-t a ...twl a follow. across Europe since the! commerciaL Holbrook Ref rig- Key Covering Co.

h. 4r gin' n..ere than thutty' 15th century are remnants of an I oration Service. Phone :24.W.1
1DUt. &a Lour. ancient tribe from India. ocCtx 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stutx PHONE 14S4





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SOCIETY By JESSIE GIBSON'NEWS


Dl. The Citizen Oifict.-51lones I. J
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tdUfW.! imfiiuKfflmBiuiaifflih; imuuuwuzzuurininmwuujulNiuu LwuhImWmWUmti"

lUiss.ElIllllll Neal Ayalu Became c V ", !


Bride Of Lt. John George Note, VSN, 4 -d I


a Yesterday- In St. PanVs CJuirch ; I Ii

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-p Miss Emma Neal Ayala be- She is a member of Kappa Detta I i
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came the bride of Lt. John 1sorority.. .
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Georga Now, USN, i esterady at' Lt. Now is the son of Mr.. and
-. 4:30 p.'in. in St. Paul's Episcopal. J.1rs. Ralph Now, 30 Woodland' a .
Church. Father James MacCon(eV QJ.le, Pou;hkeepsie, -N. Y He -
nell performed: the candlelight graduated from Hamitcn College : T _
ceremony. l in New York, and entered 1 I r--
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The bride, daughter of Mrs. % the Navy in 194:. He served in :!I i fs ..,
Emma Ayala. 1231 Petronia the Pacific theatre during the 1 i
street, was given in marriage by war.
her god-father. Bascomb Grooms.i Guests who attended the re- ass
She wore a ballerina length, amber :ception at the Commissioned Of-
-colored lace gown With ''fieers 3C-ss. Ft. Taylor follow-
three-quaiter length sleeves anda i ing the ceremony were:
Juliet cap with shoulderlengthveil i Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lewis, Mr. ., _
of the same color. A strandof J and Mrs. -Y. T. Toulon III, Mr.
cultured pearls, a gift of the : and Mrs. J..C.'Wheeler. Jr. Mrsa
groom were the bride's only Alice M. Benharo. Mrs. Ray
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jewelry.. She carried a prayer Navarro, Mrs. Ethea K. Stricker, :I
book and*a spray of small.pale Miss Ruth L Stricker, Mrs. B. L. I I Ii r s
green orchids. Groom Jr., Mr. and Mrs.: B. L. 'i

Miss Ayala's only attendantwas Grooms, Comdr, and Mrs. Ben-1!: LIVINGSTON SATTEHTHWAITE Ofci-, *J T '. __. ., '.... u :a ..- .....
matron of honor Mrs. Mack jaanin Morland, Mrs. D. J. J. over" the Wright brothers historic biplane lree 0..,. T.I ...- ...... ....... t
Roper, (the former Peggy Moss i Downey, J. Y. Porter, IV, Miss i I r education, at Science MuMum la Leadoa. Tfc* ......,. ".... ..... .. .---s ...
a of Key West) Mrs. Roper's I Jessie J. Gibson, Mrs. Stephen
l Wright at Kitty Hawk. N. O. was *ae4 by ti era M errs .etaes b ..-wtls. -- ..... ,
gown was ballerina length, of Douglass, Mrs. Arthur 'Pastorlul,;J '
aqua:taffeta,. with cjp sleeves. .- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boyd. Mrs.':I with the Smithsonian Institution U yeihtagtea. A* IN .. rr tttereteta...
Jler small hat was of the same* H. A. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs- R. W.I that this plan. wu the tint in the w.rU M *r- $.... M w. ki ... r
materIaL She carried a nosegayof I VollenW eider, Mrs. Cottie, Heffo- .United States under terms ef a letter .......i ..... Oe.. art a .... tsar a s

lavendar mums. l nan, Mr.and Mrs.Geo.A.Warren,I .. t s
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Lt. Comdr. John Odd Jr..| Mrs. Dagny Porter Miss Lsttie j, .
was Lt. now's best man.1.ssbers: Sullivan Mrs. ,Gertrude W. i West Flit iIE :
were Ut. Y. T. Toulon and Li.a JRieketts, Rev. and Mrs. J< Key Community Singers .
Gene Lewis. I MacConnef Mr. and Mrs. N.. II Tomorrow .. .
H'I' Meet For "J1esxfttg"The
The former Miss Ayala choseas {Moss Dr. and Mrs. A- M. Again '
her going-away costume, a:gan. Ms. W, F. Perez DptiIA4tttaia
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Key West Community w(tent gt.er atel.. r lair
dark green suit, with biege ac- Muriel Whitlow, Eric K. Eastwood .
cessories. She wore her bridal J J Miss Mary V. Raftus i t Singers, who met Thursday I Mills ....... atn.rasi .-.-. at at ?ir .

spray as a corsage. J Joseph T.. Kerwin, _Mrs. Ralph evening in the high school auditorium United. .....u M 1:1I p. at tat *'4i 1 tdlat+tr a a
The young couple will spend a*Now, Mrs. Peggy Roper,.Mr. and report that an exrclleat ......samt last i .i
week traveling to San Francisco,f Mrs. Charles Taylor, Charles I I nucleus for the December presentation I The Key Weal c--....'.. _* t! elr ftu.aSW .
where they will live for six:I Taylor, Jr., Milbcent Taylor, of "The Messiah" was f SanNrrt 9 !...* W* ae- awe .. .
months, while Lt. Now attends John OdeU, Jr., Mrs. Everett W. in :attendance, but that many t ttn iu hHt. tar wear, aa%t.g a. 4. .e a.
electronics school at Treasure I Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Lee God- more voices a e needed to complete ,.$*..... wHto .....--*. oealDwc tlr. es! a eMSs .
ISland, Calif. I dard, Ralph Now, Mrs. Bob the chorus,'and all who are ...... .......- ills t9ria..rstrAtir... t
Mrs. Now attended Mary I Pollock. interested are still urged to at 1 a eaaflirt... ecawelvaw 4 w.eilA aia i
Fredericksburg Ont-of-town M tend. .. afa.aaaaai aaaa aaaaamV ssi aar.yl .le rr
Wflshinton college in guests were = BlaW P W pa aVaw
Va. where she was a and Mrs. Ralph Now, Poughkeepsie Chief T. J. Moss, who is to direct tattenTke ib-....' ..rri errs a.rii' rsiSr.a+++ '
member of Alpha Phi Sigma a N. Y.. parents of the groom I the group announces that ........... Ta ss.r rM oafs 1b
scholastic honorary fraternity, and Mrs. Mack Roper Mrs.: the chorus books are here and!t'place .< p..M.er W ass ..
and received her degree from Waldo Perez, and Mrs. Muriel. :will:be passed out tomorrow( MWIEftII I.A.r .
..p... againerrrttr.u ,--
Florida State University in 1943. Whitlow all of Miami. I I, '-- -.- .. is wIb a.

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County ScoutDirectors 1'01.:1,"" I 'lIHHH. ilIfLUjJf' a. ..: ..alaittlt.r (t
Circles No. 1 And 2 Of Baptist W 011I a it'.s J I' "t;' fJJ n\'r .i

I 111is : MeetMolldly The H+.....-. ....n- .. gsa.srr + 11rtlhsa a't

io"llry.socptJleltll'Icetillgs. hate a H.lfci.ia C...-.. a ss .P +s '.
I iYigifA i the ....... *......Ta., ...... I. '.
: In Annex And Member Home .
'Monday Monroe County District Boy Saber W, at S-. .. at .

Circle No. 2 of the Baptist Wo freshments were served by Mrs. Scout Directors meeting will be Thenwttl ere I J taa .
j and refaagirea..ee aw eft If Apek
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man's Missionary Union met on I I Bennett and Mrs. Sara Willud.I held Monday at 8 p. Inin St. ...... ..... t eta-./ a lirLt
Monday afternoon in the Church I I There were 21 present at the Mary's Parish HalL ,.

annex. For its October program meeting. All who are interested in the Seek Divorces r h1a.- fit!
and business meeting I I Fourteen Sunbeams ages 4 to 9 Scout movement are urged by
Mrs. Geneva Smith program i I also held their meeting on Monday Isodoi Weintraub. Monroe Iirtit4a.a ..... dieaa..a ea.w is 81rt
chairman presented the Junior I I afternoon under the leadership County District Chairman, to tied y.4errf a .. eta eaCtrctrtt ..rw ar.a.w
Girls of Mrs. Jenks, and make a special effort to attend. Cowt C7at CSawti
Auxiliary in a program on I I Henry .
Youth, Mrs. Edna Albury led : Mrs. Cross met in the church with Scout Executives A. S. Mae- bv .....'
devotions and spoke on "Youth I the Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary. Farlane and Paul Brick: wilt be n...... aeswa! lei) ... a earns tirl I :
For Christ," and Mrs. Sara Wii- I I On Monday evening Circle No. in attendance at this meeting. ,!!1man, aM ... A-. ..... ...... -
lard Y. W. A. Counselor also gavea 1 11 met at the home of Mrs. Sen- also east aga4n t O.aV 4M.r.laastae r.T .
talk on Youth. : ton Johnson on Petronia street. --- .... .
The business meeting followed. : Mrs. Joseph Yates presentedthe Calendar Of I fwd i.41isetM .. .
Circle Chairman Mrs. Leona I program and Mrs. Edna Al I as.d ae.q a__ epseitseMew ... ....
Collins presiding.New bury led devotions. A short business Events w a 1 'W as i1. !r ..... -
chairman of Committees session followed Mrs. John- Coming I I MWe. ctrl... cIt's -. I
gave assignments for the coming !son. chairman presiding. W. M. U. 'SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24- -- --
months. Mrs. Frances Fairfield i President Mrs. Edna Albury mode !ij Key West Community Singew I i
Community Missions chairman of November assignments for Community m meet :::00 p.m. in high srUwi I
the Circle spoke on Community Missions and World Mis- annex (entrance on Uniie4i
Missions and presented assignments sioa;. i sU-eet) for rehearsal of "The Herr /
for Nov.-Dcc Mrs. Evelyn I Meeting close dwith prayer and.. Messiah."
Jones and Mrs. Mary Day com- I refreshments served by the hos- MONDAY OCTOBER 25j ---
pleted plans for a study course on i tess. j jI' j Registration for Beginner',
Foreign Missions to be held sometime I': Officers of Circle No. 1 are: Mrs. I j! Shorthand Class At Cwnveat I I Wlxn? At POLLOCK'S.I ....
in Noember. Josephine Johnson, chairman; of :Mary Immaculate, at 7.15 1
Mrs. Glover circle stewardship I:Mrs.Joseph Gates, program chair- j pm. Sister Catherine to be
chairman stressed Stew ardship'ment; M."S. Florine Mesa,secretary! the instructor. I I Whit? Stcrlkiq SUftwt mir T
for all Christians and made plans I and treasurer Mrs. Pearl Papy, I Ii Ij Monroe Count TubercuVwuAssociation _
for Stewardship Week in Novem- j Community :Missions chairman; '! meets at 8 ptn.e I
ber.At i!Mrs. Raymond Johnson, steward- 1; Health Department BuiUuif.Anyone '! "
the close of the meeting, I i ship; Mrs. Ida Cates, Mission! interested may at ,
Mrs. Bennett led in pra -er. Re Study.Junior tend. "
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i Scout Directors meet 8 '
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i Red Cross Outlined ActivitiesFor I in St. Mao's Ph Hail, 111.., ,

special meeting calked by k1 1 I Yaw M c.w"swM r wow a aria amimlt ....-
Year At Meet adore 'V inlraub. chairman'I
Coming YesterdayMrs. i of the Monroe County Dis ., 1lLr... i y ....... ar alit....

Earl Dillon, chairman of;i!teacher sponsors Helen Ta>lor.Fwinciana f trict. Y .... M jrir eM r ,...., .
the Junior Red Cross reports that Monroe County DisttKt .!... ... i
: School, Margaret Mey- -tit1Mr w ry ...... -
a meeting was held Thursday in FRIDAY OCTOBER 23- -
j Harris School, Rebakak Mar- I
ers,
Harris School to outline activities i Poinciana School has Hallow
for this organization for the com- I tin, High School, Sister George i e'en Carnival school budding
ing :>ear and Skier Catherine, Convent ,I at 6:30 p.ni. fir M .. 4ttlii .. ...t ..l .... ell ..

Junior As one of their projects the j I Mrs. Elizabeth Singleton of the'I Harris School Hallowe'en Carnival 1Vt teils. ,. M. 4ti ..... ...-
Red Cross members will
; on school grounds.
1'i executive committee, Mrs. L. H. I -.11 ij'TI... ....
also supply the patients in the SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30- .. ..
County Municipal Hospital and,i Muse. Mrs. Hollon Bcrvaldi, parent t Fleet Reserve Auxiliary H*>nsors 1-.,... ..s ..... .... cII" -..

old folks in the County Home with ( sponsors, Marian Fortes, advisory 'j! Hallowe'en Costume' ..A r ... ..m* to dt-- ..tW ..
and Mrs. Carob
favors for special occasions dur- t chairman : Dance, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in -
ing the coming year, as well asi'JR. Nettles executive secretary of;I Fleet Reserve &11118 t .IlMI rOyer .. "'" 1 17
provide entertainment from timeto j the Key West Chapter, AmericanRed t Front StreetHallowe'en
time. Cross.The i Costume Dance tit
This year's enrollment date for i following members of the '
the Junior Red Cross in theschools Junior Red Cross also attended 'I Commissioned Ft Tavlori Officers l\.IdII, ....r c1tm1 ..... {i'w 4.... a is

was announced by Mrs Dicana Archer, Betty Jcnks Di- I ....., 4I.w -. r ..if'wNMtrt -n- -

Dillon as: November 1st through !|ana Goldberg, Shirley Aldridge, i Intimate I .... -- ...... ,. ..... .. 1i
November 13th.Attending i Eleanor Demeritt Janet Brown Glimpses
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the meeting were i and Joan Baisden. \
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Mrs. F. C. RIchards recentlyarrived ,
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St. Petersburg to I i
join her husband. Eung Richards II
Tuberculosis I fenlng Class In ;' who is stationed here with- MMPOLLOCK'S. you sail. $a tail r .

Beginning Shorthand I I F. A. W. T. U. Last, Boca Chica :
Association Meet | Field. They, with their two >e.r
To Start .4t
Content
I old daughter Sandy are living
Monday Evening Announcement has been made i at 3389 Avenue E. I \ .'\11/1., QUALII'
t by Sister Catherine of the Convent ff J
The Monroe County Tuberlo- of Mary Immaculate that, :Mr. and Mrs. E. Martinez, Martinez '\ flUflftS
there will be a beginning short : Refrigerating Service left .
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ii Association will meet Monday I
hand class, for which pupils may I Friday for Dayton. O, here Mr.
at 8 p. m. in the Health Depart- register on Monday, October 25, Martinez will attend school, sad t a'Ltitie.twr
ment Building. at 7:15 p. m.Subscribe also go through factorif fill
Anyone interested in this workis f Fngidaue. Thy expect 'oO U* d Js.-. .. .. -
invited to attend. to The Citizen. gone about two weeks.
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i BENNY'S TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY IT: s certain there product U U doubt bur or U as ivrrtc la where Uad :THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT 00i I I i


Motor t Court ....... a ............. ........w... ...... a. ... ..
. 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : .
: : 909 Slmontoa Street : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : If It Is Electrical' *< 'EER mlr.l : ': : OLD CRAIG I
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i I BCMNY imiCANOEZ: Plenty of Action, Toy for the Children. ,, : We Will Call For ud Deliver : e. WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station ;
S : : K Y.an' Experienc in Electrical Work ': ; I
: WILL RE OPEN : SHOWING of Electrical Appliances 4 J. K. BHADY.fraawi. .tttllatt .... .
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SOON .'********eeee .eeea. ..........ee.... *....ee.e.eae .... : Yk r7 A 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE : .. Marco Mesa. Jr. .: asdS O.v.tea tw ,ta I '
: Tbo Best : :................................ ..eeeeeeeeeeeHOME .. a ELECTRIC : 41 : :. let DUVAL STREET Prop Tin. 1.u..... LUltt-rk \M .4eeou> II I'
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STEAKSTreykaJ SUNDRY STORE :. :.............................................: SIMONTON_ STREET :. Tour fH/SC/ OIL aad GJ *".sita_
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: DRINKS and ". 1107 DIVISION$T. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : :......a..............". : Dry. Cleaningand :. .................................. I

::. Tea PIt*Btia wdl* freak be aavilatlertJy FRUIT dour:.Potituuxgo 'loritexi'. N*: .. :. :, PRITCHARD f :..,.. RUSSELL'SDRY .: :. J4-HOUR Pressing SERVICE :. Body and Fender Repairing I

at BENNY'S Ice Cream : j : : : Free Pick-Up andDelirery :
: : -Proprietary Medicine FUNERAL .
MOTOR COURT ; ServiceSUITS a AUTO PAINTING
.......................... ,; Sack Room Supplies -School Supplies : ; : GOODS : : for MEN" : ,
COMPLETE RADIATOR SftWEGLAMOHOMf
..........Toilet......Preparations..o..........and....Articles................: ;' HOME .j 1IOS OLIVa STREET : : and WOMEN ,. : AI fO ANI

........eeeeeeeeeeeeeaGOMEZ ................................................. : LeI Those Serre : PHONE' 373Specializing .: .1"PHONEa(i iire : TONY'S toeY .... ...

:..................... : MJ Os GftEc 1iT1IiI Y
: MUMFORD : Who Serte HeIr ,
and ROSS ; : ....... .... ....... ......
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: -220 DUVAL STREET : WE HAVE NEVER ...................
: FURNITURE CO. Easy and Blackstone Washers i. BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST WILL IAmbulance Women's and i : i ,n_

: 110 DUVAL STREET Electromaster Ranges : : : :: LOPEZFuneral i a.t... Fa. reMake Wt>a 11/ velar

e Nationally Advertised Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : Service JTelephone Children'sApparel : s a -.. d@l1"M....

'I PtaeluctaeBela.a.o PUstk Floor ., 333'(THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) .' .: 548 : .. a I Service.! .f.. CeW W... r,....rel

Cen,1a. .."................PHONES...?......-..-....-.....9150........: Never Sleeps 2 : .: Established IllS. A.... ........ k'" .. ...........
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.a.,.., Tibw Venetian : ........s......................................... :...................... ....................... .... .Ili t... .'., u..I
MtadeeLuee ............................................, Licensed F une raJ'I./ N1:1 ri.NR.ad.....
e. Appliance*. : : : Directors and : ; (c'J ta... c.u.r as c.;. SlOH
.tdadmsad \ (tM ac ett rAST| >JETTE* : :: J A MYERS : .. .... ---
Mehawk : : E __ : Entbahuere.
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: Aaalaal.r Rugs \ V nO 3l SANDINO 5pJi apVD Jp* NEW ftOORS : .. ; : "
: ,. Licensed -... Insured 24-hour YourAppolatmtnt istw ."SIP" i.. "'-'=.
: ':.T. T.nas .
: OPEN TILL fcOO P.M.. : :: Ambulance ; CAROLYN MMIY
HON. and SAT. : EXPERIENCED JMEN ... PAINTING Contractor Now I ""'"
.....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee \ MODERN_ METHODS_ ., ServicePhone ,, Tel.1 175 I 0....... IMtN /N .----. R
IF; : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEEDTelephone : ........ ..-
9127. 114 Dun Street.Jettersoa Hotel : 135 Night CM : ,
...... s:.r. J. Douglas Trevor :aa.a...................................a.a...a ...'.................... .....................................................................
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PRICE TOURS : ..................
7 1823 Harris Are. Key West. Fie : : ElectricRanges : a NOOK:
i : : r. : STEEL BEAUTY .
Pa.im. er :: :: PHONE 1374-R BftT O'l JT : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. : : Sci nt fic Be."t, C.liutin Aa
.: ILlrteaOtatlay, : S, Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances a ; ; All 1lraaKhei.
: ... : ': : : Washiiijx Machines for Immediate Delivery : : : : Thoroif, Eap. .tisslls.'ti
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:: FLORIDA EAST : ...............................-.... laaaaaaaaaaSave : HOME APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS : : S.A w.... glad Csaasiv.tr

COAST RAILWAY : ................. .............................. ; 60S SIMONTON STKEET PHONE 11 ; AUSUaa : : Phoa. 637 U& FUejU. St.
:. .9) ............................................. COCO.l.NTPrCI. .................................
..v Laoata4 Hazt ; 20% : .........................-................ .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. .........ii
I : Fire Insurance :: : : Former Ciutoanets, r....... a.4 tfPOOR .. t+4w VsA
: on dwellings. .
: DR.OFFICE COEDS ., mercantile bldgs. house* by INSURING with : :. Landscaping, Marl\ I and Top-Soil ..a ., SPONGES :. Frances Beauty{! s.I

hold : : TOP. $OI{.$$.50 PER YARD or $1X0 PER SACK: : .
Mutual t r Fire I Insurance ,C. tell i ,,a""i r"a t w'"
: FLEMING STREET : : sonal ..tiacts.Atlantic c. \ :' : 'I't\ t t. MARL HAULED SSJO for 4 YARDS t Will Ship to Ally Port : .
: Mat .a L. C.acaa HeW Save 15% on An Policies Non-Assessable : Also Loft Cleared. and. Mar) Spread-Very ReasonableMff of U.s. or Canada : Itil 4ltINIrN4ir s
,' & CN1tMh' to .lf to MirsaM.
: rno.\E: 124aaeaeaeaaeeeeaaeeaeeea, MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. P&oJUl674 ; : : Marcy S. Palacio : UH'1
.. .. G.1"1"'I JET'I lU 1021 Olivia St. .. P _! $wip 1tr'" yle
: ...............................eeeeeeeeee'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee t ..' PHONE 801 : Rear 401 South St. : : r Fa a184a.fa.. .t-t-.M'"' I
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: a : B & B CYCLE SHOP : : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP ;
: HJtI the Uua to the : : : : lit DUVAL STREET: : REAL ESTATE MARION'SCAYO _

GOI.F COURSE : : 123 Fleming St. R. M. Dahl.b.Prop. Phone loll :: : Open Daily and Sunday, : ;: Sale KUESOBEAUTY I
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Ii Cushman Motor\ Scooters : i KZRVINQ 5 P.M. to 1.A.M. i' Appraisal* .SALON LrV : 1

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--:2-- Sale and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE j : Utha htte..M \
: AIco A La Carte and Sondwfciej : Rental HOG DUVAL STREET

I I .: :a ME) AWAK. ;. ...-.-.-........-..REASONABLE............PRICES.............-..-....; : Management :, Sjtfcialitittg/ In '- s :I
TAKE ; ............................. teeeeeeeeeeeee. Improred and Vacant Halt COLORING ,
i Properties la Key wad ; Permanent WAVING
: alts tr : ; I sS
: aDd Monroe County Hair CUTTING 3
: 1(0. I iiiSIJtANCE Strllag : a:
N 'M J Now von CM rid aa ecoooml.Ml J. OTTO Slenderisia
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.. COLI' ; ; / Quhniaa Motor Scoot* FIRE :. :
LINK / while paylac tot H...and the WIND AUTO BONDS K1RCHHEEVERREALTOR : Spot REDUCING
1 nancy yoo Mve OT C ether and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE Mechankal MASSAGE : ..

:. Move runt f V far tree Mthodi a Cothman.stmaUo ol trantporudoa.,, Cone km pay far I Key West t I Insurance C o. ,,. 119 411 Whitahead Fleming Street atr..la a Open, Moo.-Wed.ww k Fri i:: ...

KEY WEST COLT CLUB ......... 311 SIMONTON STREET: PHONE 1171 Phones 114 sad 73S-B a'V
S S .aeeeeeeeee...............e" eeeeeeeeaeaa in Front of .
.eaeeeaaaeaeaaaaeaaaa2tIIour aeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee............... .... Directly Postofficeeeaeeeeeeaeaaeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. .;.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee i : I'IKKSE 1311"Cooltst ., ,
... .. Shop la Towneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,
.......... ... REPAIRED eaaaaaaeaaaeeeaaaeaaaaaeeeaeeaeeeeeeeeeeCURRY. ... ...........: .. .**.
.. ........ BICYCLES .... .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeteee iy
: Sc.n.tCe : ; oa RENT : : JOHN : ,: INSURANCEOFFICE ; ::
FOR SALE DEUUOl
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Key West Jewelcry Co. :
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Our Customers Mutt B. S .
W.Bu.DIAMOlmsud ,,. SalitjiedS20 a ; : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM F FPorter
JEWELRY WHAT PLUMBING 518 SOUTHARD i
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HAVE : DIVISION STREET ; '
Sea Dan!! :
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:.:::-.::..::..N.1.. ......:,;: : .. OVERSEAS CYCLE STOREaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee; a Installations. and Repairs :; .; Opposite Bus Station :. :. 1)DlIIt 1)i11'I...., alt

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NI ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone No. 1
1. ..: .. .. i ARMAYOR'S
M.N It N r. rr:.,. l. DRUM BAR and ;
FREE
ESTDIATES
pp a-nara ON REQUEST
i ,a :*.:.hNw= ..:':.....S..:..7. : : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Call Us' and Be Satisfied ; : -THE- LA FAROLA SUNDRYMagazines
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::: ..-:.' ... I-: : : I2S DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 a : All en ,. S .
*** wKkla si awry Phones and : ProptieUfy Mti ..M.
':: _k <' whit* / : "We Dearer"Best 781 229-W .
KEY WEST JEWELER : .. Drink and Coldest Beer in Town :, :' Company SchoolWIUIAM S""li

S CO,_......lull...-.......Flaming..1..alr...rl.-St.. :.. .....8..Packaged.........Good...<<.......................................................:....................512..........MARGARET.........-.......aeeeeeiaeeeeeeeeeee STREET :r..........eeeeeeeaeeoiaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee SI at WWMOI UMIeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeaeaiaaaaa.aAai

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: : ORLANDO CARABALLO : : KEY WEST HOUSE MOVERS :
I : OLD ISLAND TRADING POST
: STREET
: 707 WHITEHEAD:
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: Shoring Houses, Garages ; Undet Ute N.. Ova4kie ... 1
: .'.....l SbupplngHe S : PLUMBING : Moving, Raising or ;
a Boats or What Hare You of OPAL I.: YAK OiwtaltN
: Sure to Gel .I : a BONDED and LICENSED /)utu* +lire ( ./.. ".., ,,Ilrlrwsw...f I:

INSURED CONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 and Tastes In .i .M a.1+ l' .... Mr1te.
: dI&un : 3 All Work Guaranteed --wa : : Comer Wnitehead... Cetie atr .b ...... teal
: ., *>Installations .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*.......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ........ .....
: : Maintenance : ........... ........a.a..a.a.a a..aa..a.a.a..a..a....***mmmt
ENRICHED BREAD ; a Why Pay More When You Can Buy For Less
: ; :. Re/JfJir Sewage .: SaS"'" USE YOUR CREDIT -' SMen's : ; CASA CORRALAt ..

] r1. Foundation of Toduj't Ladies'and Children's Wear : Specializing in Spanish I'..... & ,f .....

II..J Planning a .Prompt .ReliableeREASONABLE :- Curtain Drapery Couch Coven Bedspreads DAILY, SPECIALS-ClucUai 1 G..- C......
: a RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : and SeafcxxU ANY 0Ma A LA
; : Mr and Din >E. T C tral 14 ..aue,1
: AAUTR Wast rAJULLDOKT least a raomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeaaeeea UI :, PHONE 111I120 :, HAMILTON! MERCANTILE\ COeeeeeeeeeeeeei : Open Daily 7 A.MXZ I 1'.31..x11| S tJM .II )L
: : 707 Whitehead St. Near Cor. Angela St.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei Phone 1512. Me* WE ARE SU ll. aw 4IA1 1- __
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SATURDAY. ! THE KEY WEST CITIZEN .
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Kantor's f 1 I AIR LINER CRASH SCOTKAND. .' -'KILLS TllrTY-EIC lIT- -- ..........
Wins Forfeit :# ----
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i IVtilnrr. Smmil Camrt I cf Hiil-ry: Ch.'filet! cf Ccrntll end:
Ii j ( How They Stand \ ...
cf North-
1 Hoi'* Veteran OfW : Frank f chenVf-enr"r AM FwF

I IItnItr" vest,rn has furJier explicated
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; the bickficjd picture f.i the An4 -
LOCAL SO(-U\L( < 1
tat ., ...... tteteiec p1gti !. i A::-races i rani.: -
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CUss -A League Cornell speed 1 tner-
Chalet tr.c; ;

Mass. t taM' Chtb- w. L. rct-COO)| cll u.t fro-n New Orlcan, has brontremtnacifs
a.w. fipert Shop, 8 2
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'..... IfcMry ..8 3 ..727V ; all season Jr ?
M ettl Ititwm. se... .1s.as.. ,..* sit Fknvirn Wan 2 :SCO: :.Red tlcven.) anal he reach-el: his

lee .. rhthed .wenial ;?: peak :against: hijhly tout..-d Hart ri ,yr
t.s $ \, .
__ tewef 1 wu Class -n- Lca-:ueClub ;:t'vard as Cornell dump!' ;! fi?John-

>\V. 1. Pet;:niE 4-3 G.I ',
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Yid- the ......= Earl. JI6oa CM 9 0 1000 3;I i Ai; runner, prser and pees receiver -
IjI ..../ tti/as .... 0. were VX-I 1yeft 6 3 .C<37 i,! Choliett was the lending I .' ,.. ..
r Mr tM1 a... A. ,, "-'-. '; Men's Sbup 4 5 .444,II
: the
i1Ii Nail I... .... .......1 I! lN(iTK: S.Mlun Futir and '!iCsntab-vor.qucror.( lIe crossed THESE SMALL AND WIDELY SCATTERED B ITS Or WRECKAGE enlie .-- .. fA

.IYI,J L t1n+Prwr Mess H..*.HI' arc unable tornnttnu :IIr1U'dJ three limes in fie Dutch Airlines (KLM) CcnstelUtlon: which crashed to t nw peetars .." PH I ..... bat..tw

say. $Mtt..rs. Mfr MIl ... .MrM pia.) .unetfpectsi rout; Against: Navy: Thursday *nd.killed 38: persons. Kute cf the load w fsurrlved A....... T .-. I fttl

.. I -- .---- .ChAlet:; was: : nc.rly as effective as : the tr&gedy. The big plane struck a high ...... w4N am .IN 1t-. As too'"

.. Max -g Sports Calendar! Ih'i| kept the pressure on the Md.diea to New YorkKIDNAPED .

____ lie 1stH. Mk : with !&,\$ twist-ng: squirriing t\\ ..;1 -
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t= ...... .... hinter. tar Sl-: Ion SOFITl.VLLBayrUw !(run-backs of punts. \ -- ---:-- -t--

... ... a the. ..b Nuire. ) Park. Nights {I Northwestern is the surprise BABY RECOVEREI1, MOTIIFIl Ol :3t.Cl rl l H
of this gnJ-
.. w MA filar Mae ikiit'Mt. : .team surpnse-laden:
.. MOttDAY! !'iron year* and Aschenbrennor has : FRANK ASCHENBRENNER HILLARY 'CHOLLET

.. ertyt. w V.... trth 'we'1 riM O..e-Alams Dairy andHub's ':been the niia cog in the all-vet- Wildcat Wizard Cornell Comet .
Spo.t Shop. !ieran backfield conbin' Uon of the
whir 9seeseterilsl.
.ia tllis a naMr '
....... ...... c AMtw fa.)1 SMmi Ca ne--E'ka::! : Club VXIfy.r. i{\Vildcatj! Overlooked i tn pre-sea- top, with Aschenbrenrser carrying mer Marquette ace was a big help t 4
oiJWII ) .... whwLIIts .-...- .. i i son estimj-tcs: of Big Nina strength a large share of the load. A in the! Northwestern win over
... tYMY1re- TVB6D.a.m.Bob's I| Northv/2stsrn fast surged< to the fine punter and runner the for- : UCLA, Purdue and: Minnasota.
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f i i J-HTf TW VPI nr* *...* .-H I-_ W..w 'iesir vs. Veterans DEWEY DINNER IN THE TYPICAL AMERICAN MANNER
satyrwMa 11._ hM. ... S -r nd Game-Kaniors vj Elks! t
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ate MlMte 1Mt1 tars M I
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.a..a__ r tie fitwtll.. rMa. lama Men 8h->p. _
t e-- -- .IMitsi rant FRIDAY ,
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...... 11IM .w. .. Ftrct Game-Aciatns Duys. 4R11. ::a
s as. M $is Ae1l Dab's SfMrt Strap I ? % '
E--- Second Oar.e--Sikj Club vs. I
Ml Mts3itM ..4 1M
.... CtAaw ....... K-mi t.. I! I

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.: tilt. I 1-' 3 Br.iiw arlc. Night I

tit it4 .-i 4 a FRIDAY

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"l' V kea; ws TENNISKarx.:' I
i... ow; ashes IkM aa19la- Afternoons
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or wnV Daily play I I II
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riQei; Lae 51 iaasw.a S1IIIF11.EHOARDBayrUw. : 1 ___--- # -
..... t3fttsa a4 Aba>> : ( Park) ,. 'a 2I '

party pie ySRNIOR. t : JO ANN MEZZANOTTE. who was k4a! *** ire:* .tree Mesp. sa a ....et .. MaMrrs

.. t egntsl pore'. R. IL E 2, I is back home safe and sound. and i is fanalci by a.u ........ ML ... ..... 1MrMrM MaaaI

V".1 b feN Q -3 4 BASEBALL I I fl I Pclice said they found the infant in Ua ham cf Mi. .. tense LMihbl. a ..... tit II IIBABY

I T Aftwv tall A11ai; ft. Ottf. Municipal Stadium. AfternomT children. At right. Mrs. Shefflet is escorted to palace seetieS' fcf DJSU. I'" ...... J- ...
be announced. I
.. e.se1 .... I II Army Bartackv Afttrnoon I L- Ip I The officer said she has been charged: with Itt aItDt UM .....,.

I ; -..: MdiwL Attneni;, To be announced s .- -- -- -- -
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titles. aka.. ............. I \\7 ...- 1IJUDIIIIIUDo (Jn Wircphoto I MALAYA\ BADMINTON\ TEAM I I I" rNl"'fC fI ",*"
IM A-- 3. b. (Itltsa
( JUST LIKE MILLIONS of other Americans the land. GOT. Thomas E. I I
Republican
.. .be1M: aH across Dewey.
1 o..MM 2- "I N.C.CS. nominee for president. its down to family dinner Sunday in the home of his mother at Owosso. POINTS FOR WORLD)) TITLEBy j i'i INr -t- ; -,.
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1021 DuTal Street Mich. Politics and the rigors of campaigning seam far away for a day. From left around the lee.

table: The mother. Mrs. Gecrge Dewey: Sherman Welch. & cousin; Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey. STANLEY SWINTON i{
{asrball Games
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DEFENSE: FORCESI'ROGRiM GOT. Dewey Dr. Harold D. Hurt. Mrs. Dewey's brother, and Mrs. Hutt. "Newsfsatures -
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TomorrowAt T --r mmumlllilm'lUDIIJ'i'IiJI. lmuIII1IIU'Dumn.1 SINGAPORE-Malaya has named' an iignesc ..__ Wi..r.. I I: .. -=.
TIIIYCS TO COME \ ; .Ili .
/ Il=llmgarnnunImaiuummnun: : 11II'!! : I -xo bid for world badmlntop S\if....".. (I .c: +N... -A.

/ t Stadium: I MONDAY Gazing Into The Baseball Future I Whnfs Doing The Malayans will sail for London aboutcl the Ml llsMas.. I, .. .... -e ....... filii L

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7:30: P.M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY ..
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at the Dec. 2. There they to win the first w >rk"p M-" lM MWw
expect
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.sassa wit. piste a ...a-;, 'WOO AM.-Bowling, for Navy By FRANK ECK ARMED\ SERVICES ship in.the history of this country near )!a1.1a. whrn p : f I anted r. ......

......... iMNnu.n N; wives at U. S. Sub AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor j I Y.M.C.A. Thomas Cup begins. )1.- -

......... litiilamt'tart ; Base Bowling Alleys I NE WYORK-In an effort to clean the cuff and clear the head Jackson Square. Whiteheadand Malaya will be representing alii j '.-- --- .. II JIJII::
7M: TM.-Hospital Party ((2nd : Southard Streets ,
I here are some of the things baseball men say will happen in the .Asia in the Thomas Cup finals '
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/ itM. wtli ww .testy, Tn* ) I II I future; wmimironunmnuuiiniimiiinimnimuiiiiiminMONDAY' ', .Her I opponents will be decided between -I II

Fate .. ,...,. Baritess HI 1M. WEDNESDAYIS Marty Marion, peerless shortstop, will get a front office job ': We Will Give You
: and March by zone [
M P M. : now
,.... ahunkl.. be a HcwpUil Fishing Trip I
fw
when his playing days: are over says Bob llannegan St Louis Car., 9:00: P M.-Juko Box dancp.
100 PU. Wives Club. in American and: Europe
.. -Navy competition
II t ds4ldop I Ietas
dinal president Marion is with youngsters. Coach Terry ; "Truth .
..'"I .... ..... ....--..' 700PM--Juke Box Dane : great or Consequences "- ,j
Moore had chance the minors butasnt it Quiz Show. 1
a as in sure
manager
l...).. ... ..* tthfern. g.udiMa ; game i I Denmark India and Britain are
the job he wanted. : TUESDAY: I
was j,
1 iMu St THURSDAY
asr 7 20 P.M. Shuffle board the:: chief threats. UP TO
H I I Bill Nicholson's shift from the t : sessions $25
I:M )I'.M.-Sewing: Machines: I
team to beat in the National '
on the patio. l India not to Malaja's
| chose : -
itra .... pfsehrree aw will' 'I Billard; Showers. Chicago Cubs will help the Phila- I oppose
League next but the Brook- 9:00: P.M.-Theatre Group meets.
1..." to file 13.ns4eee" FRIDAY delphia Phillies says Jeff Heath. year J WEDNESDAY experts and instead will

..1tasai. .. M t AwwNb,:i 2-00: P U.--Pn-.nataVClass.. Nick will be nearer his Chester- lyn Dodgers may be point choices i ito 1:00: P.M -Hospital Fishing I compete in the American Zone 1 ,1.

II ais4st fletsiess at .......... Bs- ,I 0 00 r.1L-D.mre. Orchestra. town, Md.. home :and figures to hit win the flag. Marvin RacMey j+ ltOa: PJtI.-.Dance Class (Begin trip. The Indians are expected to mike ;. IH J ,

a4. M ilel. ..N 1.4srnd. the pLitritm .. SATURDAY better. Gil (Hodges, Roy Campanella and 1 ners.) quick work of the Americans.The : '

NtsN- 1ft n&tst AlB t j 3.00 P.M'Boxing Training. Rex Barney are four of the Brooklyn j 9;00 P.M.-"Ye Ole Country I IParty" team which will represent FOR ANY OLD WATCH
;1 "'" as that.. A ....... M tent.I Larry Doby Cleveland center .
Ii ....... M sasses ttsd Iris pslst- SUNDAY fielder, will be one of the best reasons. j I Malaya is headed by Wong PengSoon
I'i'', fe Nrl AaMMs w. pptlabltiw !! 9;M A.M.-Cotnmunion Breakfast American League outfielders. lie When Barney Shotton steps (Square Dancin', Virginia of Singapore generally considered

,,1\\ r Me/1sa .a... A At*'::1 (monthly). can hit that long ball run and hasa down down as Brooklyn manager]I I! THURSDAY Reels). the best badminton player -
1 00 P.M. Picnic ( ). Clay Hooper of Montreal is his :
: sign up great arm. Almost everyone in the world. Others are Ooi
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t. .. CSMsa ileshs& IitttrIsls i !I,I! 3:00: P.M.-Photo Class
..... AftMa Ase I. agrees on the Negro as a real star. logical successor Teik Hock, Ong Poh Lam Yeoh
tl + I The Boston Braves will be the Bucky Harris, deposed Yankee i]i i 9:30: P.M-Dance: Orchestra.
@oI .ew whe went tsstsr a Subscribe To The Citizen. FRIDAY Teck Chye Chan Kon Leong, lam
manager may wind: up in Detroitin I, : Kee Fong and Tech Seng Khoon.
WH C ** HM .|Wi ere -- 8 15 P.M. Movies,
: Bridge Par-
some capacity. i iI t tI I
Llm Chuan Geok president of
. ,i ui IMHMV s1.A a/!f 17rs tte+sa' I IMIIIIY: TUTS GILMEIl IN HOSPITAL I The Boston Red Sox will have: ,' ties.SATURDAY the Malayan Badminton Association

.the best rookies in spring tClini : :
will" be manager and not- I
71se sestet iswtM k .. ... ing. Among them are first base-'i j 8:15 PM.-MOMCS.
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..... at4 Atnssssrn i: Walter and outfielder 110:15: PM.-Second show ( playing captain
'. man Dropo same
...... ... So highas the standard of
IF-- d i
earns feature).
,; fc. Mess UfltetS teew': I George-..rt outfielder Wilson Jim of Piersall Birmingham 18 of t' SUNDAY: v play in the tryouts that S .\ Du. I REMOVALAIE\

i *. ?. ..lsa tad. .Swdy.i Waterbury Conn, and pitcher. 9:45: A M__ Java Club. rai, All-India: singles champion
,.. lase.. ahiitl. ........ ..... Willard Nixon of Lindale Ga., i I 2:00: PM' .-Classic Hour. failed to win a place= on the team
f 9 .t The Malayan tram hopes 11> participate
W al (tlr MIIa I r who played for Scranton in the 9:00: P.l\I.-Fellowship.Hour. t all batmmton I
>...* .. L.tUI i Eastern League. Coffee end: douah- tournaments in during major the winter .
3h: I : Harris had three $20,000 pitchers' nut3. i
f including the All-England: char:
I who w l'en't doing much good sitting :, I pionship
r .fiE5 e; t c- ; on the bench says: Yankee Do Yon Know Thal\' Badminton which started tn India .
Iy t \
General Manager George Weiss I more than 100 years ago i.,
Nil f eLr in giving a reason that the popu- : Experiments in television bei i played with a cork.tippej fe3thc! _
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: ...iw. .Jar Bucky was relieved of his; jeb. gan in the IDOO's. ]! ""bird" and racquets which ar-- i d

,,1 I rhese pitches says Weiss were : I smaller than those used in tsnnis. Ijfi
lrI... ef; i Frank Shea Joe Page and Allie''' There has been a considerable It is particularly popular tn! th- MJ -t
I 4 : ih_*. M 11ts ihawn. Reynolds (Reynolds 1 won 16 admixture of Chinese Canada. Au tml *9BHS9M
and Spanish 1 U. S., ,England:
>) i : .t I games). "Yet Buckv wanted" Bob' blood in the Philippines.. I ia, Denmark France. India, Mexico -
f: fc. .. -.c- Porterfield from Newark, says I I Malaya Ireland New Zealand
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< ; ,Weiss. I'Norway, Sweden, Belgium Nor
The physics!
I nature of Siam
& ilJ"1i t 3ht i;I Bob Feller is in for a salary !such that for one or two months is them Rhodesia, Scotland anl Paul Six
J.
tS slash. He has yet to win the "big each Central Siam almost I I Wales. All those countries are af
re ; : In 1940 when he won 27 year is ,
: I game. wholly covered with water 'I filiated with the Intern"tloo"J1
: 7 ( games he lost an important one Badminton Federation.
F in depth from few
; e. 20.' to Floyd Giebel of the Tigers varying inches to 8 or 10 feet. a That Thomas Cup is Considered
rf rt 'he missed out against Hal New- emblematic of the world title
A. ;:: .: I ,houser on the final day this year ( -JEWELER-

.... .. and dropped both his World Series November 23 is a holiday in I --
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starts. He's baseball's "hard Japan the Second Harvest FestivaL i i\
Your Grocer SELLS That Good
.. ....... least \'MIa., slat .salMtted 6ftJ.te' t And Commissioner Chandler *
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HARRY GILMER. former Alabama football star now a pro with ,
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t ,I+. t'hIadel1sM won a host of friends by saying In 1947 the total public reven- j I
; /eetR the Washington Redskins is in a hospital et Washington for :what he was thinking.I ues from alcoholic beverages. AMERICAN COFFEETrr I

treatment cf a leg injury suffered in practice last August. Assistant I "III always stand by the um- taxation. Federal, State and and CUBAN

..... a.. f r".w.. Coach Herman Ball helps him study diagrams of plays to ,pires," says Happy. ou'rl'au local' amounted to over $3 bil- A Pound Today-*tt

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TOMORROW MOUN4f G Chapter 11
THEy sat contentedly in the fiantly. "Oh, you're so darn pino man'doing with his?" vest boundary wftft I 4...M, f
!I. Room ol the E1 Cortez smart!" "Selling it to a friend. Or maybenot submitted! ? to the Cermsa ....: "Ci.T.. I
Wr f "Stir/,:t.1/ And V\rl,\ j Prcsbyterifin Churchy Will,!t lJ Hotel and waited for their drinks. Her ringers touched his brief- a friend. Maybe it-was some* or, who awards i it U UMP ....... .. t aaetlt ... t
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r Walter James half-turned and ly. "rm sorry Kevin said. Her body he'was crazy about some States. --- ,.
""f'II"r I I put his head close to the glass. eyes had a glisten that reflectedthe woman' he'. was, trying to -get ] 1914. -The America Cetltz... a. a 1Mt1now J
Irrv N""y") ..f 1) Worship>< Hours 111! i Below him the lights of the city little bar later.lights.Not"Later. Til'Walter.tell youa somewhere with." Know. who. -I'm.. lion to Save B.Iiust frfttatation 5tse- tide ....W : iRI11 j
I now. talking about? :
stretched in
converging broken "You look little tired. If organized M L9nd a. .... .... it
a you The girl's wide mouth I I
to the harbor
lines)
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KflY Wst} SundayHflv. / merged with a puzzle of. ship want to go home" bitterly. "Shasta Lynnr. moved.. .1917-Frst| Arneru .. d IMIa ...... wtrtttsl
i lamps and signal beams. A faint Kevin protested.. "No. Really, That's right--the odd JVomaEL* World War L, in W ue- ... ....

i i mwHur, "'. victim I ., 'PUSFPR OK :[.[,:.ti 1E.'Jqlj! j, h Cllr noI I } :,wn! fog the was outlines: drifting of destroyers in."obliterating and I'm ,not maybe.tired-just I'm really a having little worried a lot- Walter.. Odd"! You .said" that. last. bight. ,. tor the of 6th France Field,Art1 by efJ'CtUvjr. C of --...' ..-'V-.-,T'.. -_ t

,J.t.\U. CIU"t!()|) AT |1.'I| |"| bKnvini&: : IN HIS CIIimCHnililVDUN TQ iR, OWi* FOR I' merchant ships and fishing boats of-well, I guess with your friend "Maybe you didn't notice. But 1823 New York Federal )*4g. ltMfte 41a... ;.
but the $ilhouettes of most of the and that Filipino dead I shouldn'tcall something about her act-some* I .
( '':; OK. WORSHIPPERS() IN CITY, OTHER NEWS .ANR AIt' fTtm I hotels and banks wefe clearly up- it fun-but I am enjoying thing was wrong," bars foreign ships eeMta. pars TKIUMPffroma
.. 1411-41.) : IMHJbpi: thrust against the night. He myself. Your voice is very soft You mean -she might have I with .liquor aboWd. ..uryit 1.a ? ,
(OF ftfWSIIJP! 4Ip2| ; fJJVKN 1 I turned back to the girL"Nice and reassuring Walter. So are been full of marijuana-right up crew: rationing. 3HIIJ. 1 if

view".he commented. your eyes." there on the stage? I thought.. her I 1& &- Selling av.4.ai+e -'
1 .. .wo 1Ccy Welt rhUlct: i uDdqy. Navy. peyhich occurs on Wednesday, will!I "You'll get used to it.," she said. "That's good he said smiling. dance was disgusting. Wall Street -storks wiAed r S.
be ea. y IiHiI14 axertasea Tro. trying to build an appear- That was why you went t) a .
and .
Nr.no.1: He smiled. "You really think down $3 billion; during the d.v1939AmKrir"n IU t;,.....
C I ance of trustworthiness to hide burlesque show, wasn't? To see .
ofgg WcNeUI Rays paltpi of First Eaptst; Church will observa Navy Day Til be here that long!* my serpent's heart. something disg\1ting..som: thin, City <,f FUnt 4AAAAAAAACOME .,
oleo k1. ei-OG. "Sa1ation' s fbal Pent In Ua:' John Dixon baritone will sing the "Is there anything you can tell She smiled provocatively at you San Diego I :!! .
$1,r .,- Fothe Strong b Save hAt me?" She asked the question him. "Well, you warned me-you I State College.fhe girl looked r-.-

** **??**9 Mnicea she choir, which h cu new v/hit3 robes will sins Kiohng's "Reces-I I like an eager little girL She told me we'd get along. If Bob stonily ,t her fresh stinger as the I i '_ i -WORSHIP THE LOttO WIT if f
table toward waiter lowered it table.
the now""Is to
ItiAa.r. wens Ibis' Alone leaned across only see me : the
Spsar as the {featured soloist. All Navy personnel who attend will "
he a jealous boy "Anyway, Walter James continued -
.... tpctal
"Neory Dny"wtil b* the subject of a sum on to be delivered by !the Rev. Melrose S. Avery. slim shoulders. "There isn't muchto jealous boy. He's twenty.- I had In mind. There'was something fflMISTRU[ NEIHODBT! .. I
MOT ot !Brat._Pre-byterlan Church, al, the 11 a.m. services tomorrow. At 7:30 p-nu. the telL Clapp would rather not Walter James gave a flat laugh. I else which" rm just sort of
!...., P..plp a woup. under the direction of! iii' believe there's a good-sized dope "Which puts that neat gap of curious about.
Miss'Mary>
......... Gad the. Pvonr Group under the of Miss ring breathing down his neck nineteen years" between you and "Walteri'"Yes' _. E G.i t. r Tlp sni. .... $1 f

VMgrua k.owNa. will.. have charga of the services.leadership .: Elder A. M. Evans but now rll the give vice you squad odds is hauling that right in me She again.said softly "Walter I can't "Are you going to. see Shasta. REV.: J. L SEW PWe

I Ttoftar Robert. W. Weaver pastor of Ley Memorial MethaelM every :\known addict and breakinginto help being born a little late. I'm Lynn yourself _?_,
Cbwch will& if -.' OJ the :opic. Tenth. Adventure", To, Hold. ServicesAt every weed parlor north of trying not to show it" 'Walter James gave her a slow I
*. Mi.im| Mote and at the 7:30 pjn. service his subject' \ the border. He's not ready to breath. "Time James for sucked another In ciga-his smile.Kevin"Tomorrow.fumbled in her ,. CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:tt A-M, Claw: 1111 Jr ,..

w* hf. ,. "A Ifctto. Child Shall -. Colored Church take my I word haven't for anything anything-of con- rette." He took the last one froma came up with a slip of 'paper.purse : Merrill I r...*., GeMftIJ.I .. ',, M

Uorf. ......- I I Elder A. M. Evans will conductthe clusive course to show him-but he isn't battered crumple of paper and "Here's her address." She took a
A. ... JII!. W.pot writ I hgif. ; [Sunday: School. All parents hav-: morning worship service at taking any chances. Clapp's a cut into a fresh pack for her. long drink."I I Morning Sr'nZrc |H.*H if IsA :
M.. ante rrs r.e a1MMe. Tiej i:inn i children# they would! like: it smart After a long puff of smoke, he guess you're ready to tell me I
11 the cop.
.. a.m. tomorrow in Trinity Youth rote. ) Ml 9M.So&g .
held the now; prompted Walter James ** .
end of his
dedicate+ to the Lord are iniitedta up unlighted
:
II lib II*. OI... c. Tutter.w Presbyterian Church the Rev "I like him Kevin said warm- i
M tAr. ........ .- At the bring them t9 this sen.ice. cigarette. "Generally, marijuanalooks softly. | Cerrkw./( T:M ,.... I
Sigismund A. Laing, rector of I 17. The girl looked him
pretty much like tobacco at with:
: We have live Sunday .
....... .a "i'a the s'hjtr willMMMMt. a ant going the church,,. a-mounced today. I' a little dirtier in color maybe: eyes that brimmed unhappiness. j: Evening Worship 7>JHf3 *J>
III "Ttwjr Th-tt school and will b, glad to The sermon subject at 'the --KEVIN- said gently. She But it's possible to refine it down "Don't laugh at me Walter" I| WILL DELIVER BOTH MUMMg 'MWNa .' i
.. rMe ...r." )fun! .** GII b'1Vt'i.sitors come and' worship morriing service will be, "Early I at him. "You'll and get something more powdery. Walter James put his band over : REV.. REID | .
i2 girt !ttew ut Wbtt.at ,: with us in. .the study o: the Word. Dedication." Gaast speaker at the have to tell somebody sooner or Of course, you smoke either form. hers. "You know 1 couldn't" he 1 I t
.. .. ol1W ..,.. J Gv4. evening service at 7 p.nt. will be I later. I hope 111 be the one you'll Just a little of the dust mixed said. Kevin. bit. the inside, of her . --
tirv O I.+ >.t UMte. P>>tor We. have a goof nursery in the Chaplain Charles C. Hartung trust You see, Clapp doesn't with regular tobacco and it can't lip.. -- .
: Annex of the I| completely believe the reason you be told from an ordinary'ciga- "My father's having an affair.
nr* ***ha4c Chwrrh. will' church and will bs USN.f .
it MMItM. says. tft'Yk-... Clad for you to leave your children I gave him" for being at the Grand rette until you inhale? with. Shasta. Lynn. f ) h
Theater. KeviA smiled Melhodtel CIt
= I eently.Yes., (T* by cpnUapc4I. j Lfy Memorial'
... there while attend the
A w.-w. K-- :I' you a.m. tomorrow at the Poinciana .. _. ..:.. .
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g Baptist Church. Evening worshipwill 1'he Church>> with. 0 WCorner --.
_.... "1st Mae Iljrrt of Song service. 710; in the evening be at 8 p.m. ... :, ft DIVISION
Brief Itenis Qf
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.. and regular worship at 7:30.: Come At the Church of Christ worshipwill INDIA PROTESTS LUXURY I _._
.-e;;". IN .. MM. Earl DdM ani worship with us and we will be at 11 a.m. and at 7:45 p.m. : n'. VENHHt tS4M
... Interest, '(1 Wa", 11I 1 ,
Out Thy do you good. Sunday: There will be Bible 1
Mr C tasr.e.A Mr P. 0.1 t, "Probation After Death" will be Study at 7:45 p nru, Wednesday. OF GOVERNMENT HOUSE CHURCH SCHOOL .K AJ1iriam
../= writ prey -Ret the subject to be discussed at the Services will be held at 7.30 I Glaze sweet potatoes with currant aniJ, : )II Cn v Moa
bj W R***.. ani Ham. services tomorrow at the p.m. tomorrow in the Grace Luth- jelly by spreading the jelly
i' By STEVE DAVID over the surface of the precooked M/rllir4; W
NT C KMffk.DUMM. Christian Science Society. There eran Church. //fJ5f1; ""t. r"'IfI "
Js.grs.tin. wttt$ ld will also be a meeting at 8 pm. Church services at Naval Station (ff Newsfeatures I potatoes and heating in the Alt Ate'i
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TAITH.
Ili tM.taltat tIC .... MethodistfVHuwriup j Wednesday. observing Sunday as Navy! HEW DELHI-The paradox of one of India's simplest and oven. I eras!

y-. at M p.m. i "Unknown Disciple" will be Day and also United Nations Day. most austere men. a devoted friend and disciple of Gandhi liv-I of the : ; ; .I!.Jl., Ilei/wdi l tMHIt. P_Hul.....
....... warship at 7:90 p. m. the subject,ta be delivered at the Catholic services at 9, and Prot- ing today in a palace that was the symbol of the grandeur ol $ Among pygmies Central) 1
$. !.....W war pUy a Tran 11 a.m. worship,, tomorrow by the estant Services at 11. At 11 service the British Raj is beginning to worry the country's leaders. African jungles, the- women average 7ftO; PMn Evening; H'ffrMtlI
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about 3 feet, 11 inches I
... in
Rev.
d fill the famom eng, "I John M. Peyton pastor of Chaplain Charles C. Hartungwill .
asked Parliament and the
Nat ttw Venn .JCMM Sv *-. First Congregational Church.. speak on the subject "Chris Questions are being in in press.Is height and't men range from I Strmons "A LITTLE CHILD SHALl. UM* Tlittir
it proper that Governor-General Chakravarti! Rajago three to six inches taller. .
M4 Awak.fMng. by IL "Spiritual Freedom" will be his tian Standard. Naval personneland I -
7'30 PM. .... ..
should 340-room former residenceof Wednesday .
palachan occupy a mansion 1 .
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11 Mr* N. H Nelson subject at the evening services. their families are urged to attend -
Sprinkle baked! custard 730( p.!(. Craft ...
the British viceroys "where his foreign predecessors luxu wiJ.h'I Thursday .
Will sole Tl Nuly City. by S.Att.a. .; An anthem will be rendered by '
tW ..' riated", and draw more than 100000. (about 533.000)monthlp ) 1 i shredded'I coconut. and nutmeg I -- -
ran will be "Lead the Junior Choir at the morning Sam B. Finder, former city tax rupees ... 1>
Ua. O KM* tlinijj-. M. Hina.{servicesyhile .a\ .the .eYening.,,<;; Jectgr. will be the .jmnci; in salary and allowances .i tI- before putting. into the -oven-,-', ..:.- :: -c ..,
,.. ....... ., Manual Streetbaptize service the Church Choir will pal speaker tonight at 730) o'clock ? servewith peach"sauce.-. ..
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lMlMtnrsat a.r.-e. wtII .>ng. .i before the Youth for Christ Rally Indians expected a new way of ;'Giraffe's' I OLD STONE CHIACH[ -
.tt4lLea tact MMe HM .f the I Morning worship will be at 11 in the First Methodist Church. life*at Government House when LIHE

.. .-.-. ---------- -.- the slight, quiet 70-year-old RaJ- .CHURCH- (Fir.l 1lethulel ,
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agopalachari (called "C R" for 'Apartment Comer of EATON: sad S .t.. III .
I 1 said this morning that the slight'tropical ; short) moved in last June as the
Tito's Cave To Be G.LCONWB1C.Sunday ......
disturbance has:: moved :
; : first Indian Governor-General. A of
For CHRIST
Key West In i rapidly northeastwardly toward': I man who dresses always in homespun Skyscraper I '

+i: the South Carolina coast where I National I cotton a vegetarian a nonsmoker j .:ti, .
I it wag centered at 7 a.m. Storm and a teetotaler, C. R.'s RIO DE Ashby and Von Phister Streets : S"rV.CM :1
)) Cone
JANEIRO-JP-May-I .
Days ByAS |warnings have been ordered lowered preference for the simple life was or Angelo
.. on the west Florida! coast i )Monument well known. t I ia : 9:45: A.M.. SUNDAY IaIIOG&. f
lively interest in this city's SUNDAY
TAKEN nON FILES:
The Charter-Study Committee I While bids were sent in to clear| zoo, was asked by a member of I Bible 10:50 i1.11. 11 1'1.
or crrizcK or : 10 A.M.
THE )
i LONDON.4"Yugc.olavia-) : is the famous viceregal wine celler, I Study .
will hold a meeting tomorrow 1 Ii } Congress to explain how much Sermon Subjects "OhdsW.i1T-A: ..... ......,
CMlTe8ER n. IMI C. R. substituted simple Indian Worship . 11 AM.:
1 I.__11II''" i, night II E. Day, chairman said:making a national monument! out vegetarian meals for lavish ban- money he spent on an "apartment''for ;,i : 6:30 P.M.. M of. MaM.dn1 YtteslM .....
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today. of the cave from which Marshal the zoo's new giralfe I Evening =
TVKr) *..t Chamber. ofCs.a.awrev J !Tito commanded his national quets. He ignored most of the spa- I In a recent broadcast to his i 7:45 P.M. : Jar ie$ a R/wsa II III
cious apartments of Government :I I the answered I Worship ; 0P.M. IL.aib )
wr rahd nse.4 t.day byhave i Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Williams'Saunders liberation army. against the Germans ,constituents mayor : :i W'ouiiIp
rrs pans ..... p1M. today: announced thei : House, and, with a widowed : "A compltte apartment for a., WEDNESDAY : The Pastor Will! Pre"* M "*. N* .H4MM .4 .> Milr
1... r.-J. ; ..... the ..atabhsharr.t i birth of a son in their home at "Tito's cave" is near Drvar in daughter, a widowed daughter-in- i,giraffe with bathroom bedroom'I Bible Study. 7:45 PM. .
d ...........plant.. on one !211 Duval street The baby weig- : Bosnia some 200 miles west of law and four: grandchildren set .and kitchen would be rather ex- I .
d .a .......... Ke-y.. muWblv mA Jed 10 pounds. |Belgrade, the Yugoslav capital. A up housekeeping in one corner of 1 j j pensive owing to the uncommon EVERYONE WELCOME : DW""SP"l'1 hit(iUti Hi ToI 4yikr ... "... i
ills .... etlsatt.aSr broadcast of the palace. height of this animal. But since
dispatch the Yugoslav I For Information Phone liD
I But there has been real I
no reduction I '
the abode will
giraffe's consist
Edward M. Moore, conservation news agency Tanjug. heardin : --
in the size i of the '
Warrm. Jr L **orUtii :gent for the Audubon Society, ;i London said trees are to be establishment.g vernorgeneral's only of a wire fence the problem
tM. Jr M4 WMUHN War-: informed The Citizen today that planted around the cave and con- Ap- !I is much less complicated than the 1II'
/Ieh act tIC try fret. Mae teen flamingoes are coming back to'' crete steps will lead to the entrance proximately 5,000 persons live on i Congressman supposes. II Youth for Christ
.....14.1. b ... .%lpia Nets tMp- I! the Florida Keys. He said four of I the estate. These include servants, I First Presbyterian Church Rally
guards, the governor-general's of-
.. fill A K.K.. ,, i I
,PS aa- them! were seen this morning at
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..... ...... irsa......,. nt Tu- t.Boca Chica I Subscribe To The Citizen. fice staff and families. The mansion White Rev. Melrose and Washington S. Streets Pastor Dir (!... HJARftiT KV99OTMB
: Avery
alone excluding its 330 Christian
acres Science
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tt.a. tftlrsrl4r. w. Ort..n&. M'- I II of and famed I TO I IfII1'; 7i3il inJ4MXI :
.w.M .a iM.r........ eetvedw I firs Anna Corcoran who had: I'editorial paragraph: grounds, require 400 servants mogul to keepit gardens I II SUNDAY SCHOOL
Ifs os_ Mary hum trut been visiting in Miami, returned in order. I Society STARTS AT 10.00 A.M.

Bala .yesterday I "The he small can't merchant advertise.complainsthat That. is C.his R., who as premier of Madrascut i of Key West Church Service I FIRST METHODIST (JtVKClHConwr !
down 500
to
A W.--r. Bur*MM oj\&JIOf'y Today The Citizen says in an just what keeps him small.. (about own salary$160)) per month, now rupees 1 327 ELIZABETH STREET 11:00 Subject A.M., .- EATON: ..4 tiN.*1+MOUE4T .YP..Ji
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draws more in salary and -
I M\H' IRI.1.|| I &PKCTs!: CREEK!": HONOR GUARD IN ATHENS than either the President expenses of Sunday SchooL 9:30 AJtf. "NAVY DAY" 1 i q ftTCAKWI

: __ the United States or the governor- Sunday Morning Service I .
general of Canada I:I At 11 o'Clock 7:30 P.M.People's ::1 SAM FINDER
x The $4,000,000 viceregal man Subject: r pug Group
,_,' h c sion contains the magnificent "PROBATION Under Direction of
Durbar Hall (Throne Room), more I AFTER DEATH"" MISS MARY; KNOWLES I g IJI'III; ..1tlHfrlftfw!
than a mile of corridors and cfeil- i
ing paintings in the mogul manner i Wednesday Evening j 7.30. PIONEER GROUP Ii!!
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Gandhi once suggested it Meetings at 8 o'Clock Leader: i j -- .

would be better for India if the I Reading Room in the Church I Miss Virginia Knowles [|||y|]| y I great red and white sandstone pile '. Edifice will be open Tuesdays --
were transformed into a hospital. i and Fridays from 6 to 8 P.M. Visitors. Friends and Members
It probably would suit C. R. + and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M. Are Invited to Our Services.

fine that suggestion if the government now. accepted I II I I._. The First Baptist Church I


Grab: BAHAMAStTNDAY ... IAir0 thlo.re
of A tablespoon of prepared mus- First (ongregationat'Ql "b
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1 1 I tard may be added to two cups of Poinciana BaptistChurch $ 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. (,ICU&II.UIJ.: & : : Ht'" ........
) cream sauce when the sauce is
I to be used for cooked vegeta- : Between Southard fc Fleming

T E k L Tyi I bles: dust with paprika before 17th and Eagle ';i John M. Per on. Pastor SCHOOL VH AJ4.M. .
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ijiir'z i : J. Archer. SupL Classes for All !OI():.>(O) A.M . HM I, JJ 4> %W.irillSens.

i ; Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. 11:00 AM. ... -s.a.$..e'a ...... .1111 rPC6111L .-..

qk Grace l Lutheran\ J MORNING WORSHIP $ WAVY MY __ .

Morning, Worship, "UNKNOWN DISCIPLES" Morning Weesbip. ..... ....rw Oro WRMI Nor b Nw/

11QP) o'CIocK: (Anthem by Junior Choir) BAPTW TRAWWO7i3 .... P. PM.M .
E 121$ PETRONIA STREET
L1 :T 3 6:30: P.M. Training Union i 6:00: PM., Christian Endeavor .1. aII.h ....., ...usj


(Wirephoto via Radio from Rome Divine Services 3'3 :'; Evening Worship, EVENING 7.30 WORSHIP P.M. ()Special It. .MutiMl .*..... ft* rue. I MaiWdanday ...Wwraleip..

W. !L MCHCTAHY OF STATE GEORGE C. MARSHALL (center) inspects an honor guard of 8:00 oCloek'I
s.o+.t in front of the Parliament Building in Athens. At left is U. S. Ar:
**4*' ....'1' T. arM,. ud at rigbt U the Evsone company commander. While Marshall was 1- 7:30. P. M.. 3 I 7:30 p.m. Prayer-Pr i tall ..... PMttt ad Ppe S..rbsFriday. .
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sheik U. S. aid to Greece a newly-trained Greek Commando unit went info acH II. ZUCKER, Pastor 3 Public Cordially Invited Fri.. 730.Young People's Night
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) I I.: K\RIIPS: CIR\; ',\TIFRC; PHOTOGRAPHED f The Weather r'Notables I In Celebration Of Florida's '.".I 10( AM IP NA51FS- A 'MiV-- IIHIf: I

CongressionalGrist I I
. FORECASTKey 19.18 National Business Women's Week

J Mill West and Vicinity: Fair .
a weather with little change in n

'1 ay fitr. ccoftcc aMA THCRaIt ; temperature., Moderate. norto-:asU .P) t
win 1s thru Sun >vorH d
,,: P r\\v\ .. tInu'thru( + v '
t.a.*. t441. he* Nr rJ an > IT '.nv T.ittle c't: n.n tXT-

11 j --.. w .1h..Adn.I" c.I ..' s. 'Urp: ; r Yx

-I ..*... I .... trait fteM. I I t.11' kionville, Through Florida. v

slat..t... ..... ., ......... All try 'lait: .: Mo'crat' ** ru>rt>u!:i:,tTly

....... ........ .. S iii ,.I t wc-wirt.itttru:!ther. J>UIVIY| l'-;rt'y rliPy

...... ....... _/tai- Mi t II" :>lMM East Gulf: M
--...u raga. .'4 I I "i the-t wins thru Sun J-jy. c: : x
y In.i mil .m.* 'r' 1... i I. > k Partly cloudy we.tl: (>I'.
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tI'p.!! t Western Caribbean: M."ft>rate ? Tit _.
tease ..der M .rd alit) n-'rtheastcrly wines thou Suniiy d
... P'. I hw II'*trr-i it I'arUv cloulj weather with t'\:le1 'rr
.. ..toga .... n.. .. aer i It It 1: f .UcreH ''10 v"lo "r.:.
I ... nerd I .t.ad. (wars.h !t'.TH : :sm-H cr.ft ...1't rn v :min ,
sArn44.. .* langrt .- ,' hw '>eon i ';uMRFPORT .
SHOWN ABOVE left to right. Mrs. Bremen Hcre-
... . are: Agnes J
.. a.. I ..
:: trry to the Stats Beard: of Adminktrstior; Zoo Manning past
w a- vhwti. n a.llJA.
MM. ...iur'h t'' "'I' Key Wt!rs. Pail F.' F'mner. president! of the T.Ilabasc i. -

... rear ...... now N...... I" ''Iw (Oh l"'r'inn' taken -.t (.-..v CiTire.t Business; and Profcssicncl Women!* Club Governor Millard (L
.-. .. ...... w.. .. A 830) a.m. EST) ; F. Caldwell: Elisabeth Heth. state pres'derl:: Maude Dritt

...... leas. tear awvnvel TpmperetjresHiphst : state cono'ponoing secretary and Hate F.oeback.! pest state .
tf. tmaiMnta MrfM.totl ...* 11, nk yesterday &f1fct presit.WJaclaiina i G. Harvey of Key West vibe serves as irM4

4N flsd. I.> Ira thin a last night 74 sta'c! recoTdrr.g tecr Jary en the board, was unable\ To fee in : '
ebasaht.a .... M.tksi iEa ___ h a Mean 7 hew sll.< 'T" pit I ..Sv. ..HMl T'. Normal 73 i .- _.
several other cfficsrs:: from various puts cf; the stare. j
!I Alt apparent. a. w ... era thr Precipitation I i
I -. ail. ... .... ... w4hea we. Total last 24 hour.; .nn in*.j In this picture, Go\inor Millard g -.---- i: :
...Ie ......... tdlt ..... I wan ap. Total this month 5.62 ins. F": CaldwelL conxnenis: : officers k'I f' HARCLD J RILEY ',,,,lIt''. al DcUaitda It ln> -*i. '+4
I' Excels this month .76 ins.|and past president* of the Florida I I LARGE CROWDS: GUEETI' Cb miD d* Fir .. the ".. aaMl rf ......, lea ...nA".

h Hm wane M Iws krww. Hoe l\Virephoto nom U S. Navy Total l this year 4:>,49 ins.I jFederat-on of Business and ProWonen's I (Continued From the American lA9- Ha wee shad M tdae .- eon I
-. .is_ iMy MIl 15stge IIR4 Excess this year 12.34 ins. .fessional. Clubs on their for the final week of the cam rennon at Miami &'N'". Ha. Goy a..t. .* d tNwlridrrMiss
.. i.YtH laiei.d MIl tie wtitM.Aetaq i i Relative Humidity t acidities in connection with the I .. .
I AT AN ALTITUDE OF ABOUT 57 MILES a sequence camerain the r.wtas Chef de Ch ktostallatton M hat 1ese M
baud IM ....... ....hnt.nt.i. Acrbotra rcckei: fired at White Sands Proving Grcunds in :i 8.30 a.m. {annual celebration of National I I paign. +I
.'.. .... W W. .... lhr.uaIiwar. !I I j 68% i.Business Women's Week, held Governor D.wev, beck in :\1-1I I" ceremony.
the
New Kex'co: wade this picture plainly showing curvature I
fdlw d Nwl .... been a I BarometerSea each year in October, and this I banyis suffenn" from a colj and
-. ....... hnwaaw --. ef the earth and the ground; ; haze around. This is part of a ( Level). 8:30 a.m. I year held from Sunday::: October: I I throat, which is being treat. CIVJC DltAftfA GUltD OF "I" t-\JyDA 1
.. trip in which a I.43C mile area from Wycming into Mexico was 30.06 .
...' a- bu.Mty ins-1C180mb-. 110 through Saturday, October 16.1 led I to have him in condition for
iy .Mt rr.m.4 ..aspkre. d- i! tHroei.IIOLION. Tomorrow's Almanac Miss Elizabeth Hcth:: State i iI jhfs| round of speeches to be delivered '.J If 1 Hl In"-IYII( t.lt > II 1; '_
.._ nisi r ........ Under den '0-- Sunrise 6:30 a.m. (j President, told the governor that next week. He also his .
Lfsia.r. e..rM.r.d r M hove been I I Sunset .. 5 53 p.m.J I the; theme for this year's Business neuritis in his right arm, and ;m CRITICS RAVE OVER SERIES I
... .! Hi* .... brrohfud .-.uN I : / N\>IED IN HEL HER. ATTACK. Moonrise 11:21: p.m. Woiien's Week was "U=e I New York last night he spoke:. a':, Hit 11
in MM IMTUL' M pnHmwrkr4. with --- ;Moonset 12 '0 t y MY >? I
: p n Your Vote in 48. Special: radio jokingly about it. He said it was 0 OQ JO
..*..a. M 4 tfc* MrninisInvge.a .. j! f and newspaper publicity and com the first time he could recall that B 4 YIM I
? new *....l up into' i| TIDES munity meetings sponsored by the he waved and shook hands with
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fl l. etabt.e j Naval Base) 51 clubs in Florida: urged all citizens his left hand.If .
to ....'.. v. HiM I walked in I Iw4 I i Tomorrow to use their vote. I

krMHMl ttwfta. I doo't rcrul' II ( (Eastern Standard Time) The Key West Business:; ani: you fold I. straight pieces :, .....se. M'm YOIT J NM
Mel !M*.AC gear a mxU. ua the ,I High Low Professional Women's Club was straight as they come' from the : N. ::, f
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.. *. .. ...y..i. The' p opt. tp.an t I 12:47: a n r.:41: a.m. included in the 51 club throughout -I I washlire and place them flat' __ ._ ;;; ere h sea tilt.
Nara M .. .MWQ trey They 3:13 p.rn. 7:04pm. the state and have mc.de this and smooth in the basket to ;
eM .h.4 .1ItIft .,au.ured. reel
fned and ,
w past week a memorable one in the keep them in shape as unwrinkled I
fwk MI that Ike.. r if they were I 1 ADDITIONAL TIDE: DATA annals of Key West. as possible you will,I A
sai.4lrhg today M bnt thr could r 4 "4 This BPW State President,I extra work in ironing. I
(Reference same save
Station: Key West) I
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Mah.fww develop
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Miss Heth of Tallahassee
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I Time of i Height of I recently I I : w Mr
i.irh4 It. uwltvd TAiILtt
WM an erne willkl.w"where
wrote Mrs. Wilhelmina G' Har- You to put rnb
I I StationTide ing
;,high water rN M..M
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IiItaI. the HUMAM hd turn. + tMtt ,
Bhia\ Honda ve)', who serves on the State Exceative a little bit to doa big amount of | W
lid.... .M MM prwrpUy$ ,.t 10:15e I Wa w e r .W
(bridge) -Oh 10m ; Board: extending good": I
.mr AtcM. to 00ft sympaI .,
M* people alwayIn
thy for hurricane '' Mrs. Harvey said that Miss I h. NiWt
J No Name Key any :; tw
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th 4..w. h4...
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cmwiM moving (east end) -f 2h 20m that they my have been sustained I I{II Heth is in sympathy with persons I
_b M aged wt anwaf U' j 1 I
of wind
Boca Chica and enclosed a check for ten experiencing any type :
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( feeling their
.. (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m dollars to be given to some needy and rain damages as she had ,. .
N IUM Caldes Channel family Miss Heth wrote, ''I am I been through both the 1926 unl I" "

.*.1t..,<*r.ta..reef rMrmry. the.la continual Berlin. (north endf) 2h 10m +1.4 ft sending; a check which I would the 1928 hurricanes while living GOOD SEATS ARE GOING FAST!
hale see need Fort Lauderdale and Miami
I you use as Y ou a in re
..... At.the G.nM.ak.. oOo
then
tint It...... ...... and NOTE: for it. Ma"be someone along the I spectively.At '
Anally in Reserve Y LuBuidiF7 ,
the had cur -
waterfront needs a tiny lift with this writing, gift //
e* ....... wrtor the Western (--Minus) sign: Corrections
(.*. -.,\ W4tn a -B" stamped cmM. I I to be subtracted I a grocery order_._. fur thg time. be- been passed on to a needy-_.._family.- '! VJh' t"c. .. u., Sti r +.. .
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Aral to MM* .**t M the nc1M !" ,;)a ra I be added I 'nWJW"'WIW'DlUlllllllnll'l!! !! !: !:! -
... .. .*... A. a nwuit,, ns. Y"i. ; APPELROUTHSixThe
-h., randy dent awl wasp conw I' X ; I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow ARONOVITIuuullamullauurmuumulunulmmIl3'I
....... .... swaI pined... $. My Dresses for I
..... aM ....... imibUy by I ( America) I I III Store of Fasil! .iif
herds A4 about vty third Dr. William D. Coolid c. General -
anxr. there M a .large: .un.. I: ---- ------- I Electric's director emeritus
= (/P/ ) Wircphoto
tong but nut very high.kKnbMNb ., of research, born in Hudson,I I f' il!
".- are divided into CARL BOLTON (right 39. former minor official in a union Mass., 75 years ago. FALLNOW i.s -Zt' tif! .. .link

Iiit4e .*.intii ipaim where indiWV local talks with his attorney.: ;.Joseph Louisell, at Detroit where I Armin C. Hansen of Monterey == == C nbti4 Yilitlt
.4Eaat ......... ?IoMC
TtM* what Calif. painter, born San Francisco
ha was held for trial! in connection with the atte-ipt: to assasalnate -
.... h.ee and Hw Mttrfe f rtrtrfe 62 years ago. ON SALEat 11! ? rGirls'
IiMe.file. w'il .il Pent ex Walter P. Reuther. president cf the CIO United AutoWeticri. i Cia...
I. ... Two Detroit hoc-ilucis te..M:el: BoUon clfsrad them I Hugh Bailhe president of
.ai (aria waa4 d to trade United lt
I..., o at aaen had .. S1UKW to kill Reuther. The union chief: was shot and "'Qundelk.lou.1r Press born in Brooklyn, '
a revanMr N. A I II
Y. 58 BIGSAVINGS ;;
rN n e Nor _uf !4- ..... !u 1:..i k=:n: : lost April 20. Oliver years M. Sayler.ago noted New. r = COils

awe .w s-.rwq w IMM- mr a BMTd - ..- -- --___u __ -- -- York dramatic critic-author, I f ([, ; ::: I'' CC=
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nr ala llut 2M born in Huntington, 61 .... i >... 2 IIr.
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..... ...... ..lhee. trwuiHandw Quick Change i i i RAISING SEWER I lids : a
Mreie m,nrrn..d, ,. .... III IMRMC'.c C 1! (Continued From Pace One) years Clinton ago P. We Are Closing Out = i ': r aC
Anderson !
ex secretary =
...... 'L.+'pmg ..... OIL of I I :I / 56'5
f mixture consisting asphalt, of agriculture, a candidate ..). ..
..... For This
M ..* .. pins"' long Witsstitled MoneySHAI'fG1IMrhlShort Grcup of Dressesfor : i-r
: for U.
sand andpea rock will tic mixed i S. Senator in New Mexico, =
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w.+I ..... ....-...i tdt.h erf Berfcn.IaMu are.,vtrI the. and heated before 11 L r.Julcd to,+i I born in Centerville, S. D., 53 < ,C t f i IN JIll.,..

.. pie...s .f the 1lweaaas >tory. the streets for i I years ago. I i f
various laiigT"i
..... ........ .e grin alt IInIWId I bun In Mod o( the two govcrantents men held ten former milI !- cit). is still crushing rnarlat Marine Dr. Robert Biological Chamber Laboratory of the I i $3.00 Each w Ii : .. .... tl'Itti .... oat OM

M..sly 'halt new IBn t..rtdert. I inflatmnhry currency-the c.c.. Dredcer's; Key to supply the Woods Hole Mass., born in N =
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p.s'on the ave.taUa&A I -w*. an old man. The other was Simla Company with sam and I Turkey. 67 years ago.
.- Wjatiafill p nte wad 11ft between the> a young man. pea: rock. I Maj. Gen. Robert M Little- One Lot of ii 1 J-
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'. W* aM VWnM The oid man. a retired eirplcye I john former War assets Admin- E g C ----7" ,- fi
Iwrtfllt, the .... anti-com-I. :. : .
M war deer and I af a big tOrt n oil company ten million. Today the young istrator born in JonesviUe, S. C.. = SweatersRegular j / "
tn4 a had what he called still has his stake. The old I 58 _.
I faith; in the man I years ago. I
a1.. liners .*e .ppn.sd U mnmnm. I i I CMnee government "to do the nan* A letter was received f:om I Maury Maverick of San An- d c g i \\L"L \ii
.. ia.u right thanK b>. its money" He his widow after the changeoverat I tion Tex.. lawyer, one time congressman -= $3.93 Values : t lANTITKSWEATCM
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rMr coat help hut put it in the> bank and lived on 3 million CNC to one new I born in San Antonio. t I -
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awn the aatlin = \
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the uratiftinglv high interest. gold yuan. It had been a fatal 53 years ago. =
a.aa.u.O.l ....... BfV.Ml. the "
The young: man camdo vn to shock to him s eaid, that all ---
If w t IwMWW VMPMMV to V0 ftOvavuM SluiRCai und bought five hundred he had to show foe: his life's work I Dentures arc professionalslang :: : ( I
w1 Ian* B H-n M a mat 1- MOM ttll...
American dollars with his three dollar for artificialJteth I
i mss !> I % s I
M ....* .... nHnWhatyeganiliMrted i --.-_ -- --_- HAND
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aMrhM Mhe Weseeu.u .porkers ii i---- : fr BOYS.Ii GIRLS _II' rill 1 .....
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wine cart III .. th ese anti i J: BAGS _
a-rwr ..t ......... w.. iiM lIP tttn 1 ,- =- C=. ... Oaf n
The Makers of (C LL1IIEW IC I
flit .. .... '1tilII.i1'-_" They Present i= ini EI I
...... tail hM1. err A.. 'cot nt i,|E AU the Newest: ;; : tiD A.. tw ..... ;
.. dOni.a .Mil "t ... t.... bd, IV :H Fall Shades : OOSLSMOU :
d sal-enld es ........ al.r.AIng to a ; ..
i tiid .our. ........ ..v 01! itl. THE 2-in-l 2 COHIBHIHTIOIISTORMSTOP H HPAT. Ht $3.98 i .

idledd M.a ...... War M..," : .. .. --
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-I1LAND3ww -- flUJmno SHUTTfR I BABY SWEATER SETS I C.: SHOES

..... -lawn- ........ l.1 1 isr ,
.... Me-. we "'W l------,ry-wo;, Two modern home necessities in one-both These beautiful Sets formerly Sold for t.C

1w rltA.h.er wtMw.., TEAR 'ROGHD I an attractive awning and a positive, sturdy = $3.98 and are now on Sale for only b Mn.itrliilM ..
A fi.dl.f 2o- .... s'orn.shutter.
.lalarlW a M MtSM 101 hue PROTECTION3zaicst ALL ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION i $2.50 Per Set I = R.ri1rj

edllr Ths twee aw & .. Oar..e .. ...
Ii au4 saris ... ahraarhr. ; sw BEAUTIFUL ENAMEL FINISH .

A ................. SUN- r .. :=: tee .'s.Au... ... ...
.p..l .w- .... .... ...... .. FORM-STOPS are "always We Have Just Received New F ul .
AtIIII .. await Rise bM II her L z ready for action"--day a : d1w1.
-. WIND I RAIN I and night, rain or shine, the .
Shipment of Suits Coats & Dresses.
/rnllrw ......... Itft the> and STORMS year approaches'round When pull a on storm the i : : |I I"f : FALL WEARING APPA1EU

"I:. .1ML. M area pest. hove FHA TERMS' convenient handle and your .> Our E Our Stock 5a Conl r.l Jr c_ n t A esW ** deeoluL

.. s' modern awning suddenly I ]NCII' Line of Materials; = : You'll find Jut what you want eat MM hlrlee
1Aan.e K..w.. Coll: w rfru* for Uiormulion becomes a solid, rugged

A ...... all teen-agere. wei- KEY WEST guard.storm shutter or window i E in ill/ flip If'an led 1 Designs I Iii ire wuh.n your buipt,

a...n. MI p.i.. .. a wad re ar se e
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astirp alarehai.llow/. / VENETIAN BLIND CO. A\lillg: a Jaloiiic: i DEPARTMENT APPEL
.*jaf.. M. .Ma IN *.eam with Venetian IlIiiuNTELEPHONE ii HAS. ARONOVITZ STORE I t
aM4l|b .... *..4 Mkaved Bnud '12J DUVAL STREET: 1
... 1 ... 1042<< t 511 DUVAL STREET ft*** 94
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