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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 25, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Paint, Nnl'% NaiiM I'cnalty; Of 10 Percent j I, I Duval Street Next Navy Day and Navy Week t.l. riot INN It lliP.....

Furnirr N"".a.alwrnlun I I to be one of the biggest& eeUkratUa Key .... hat .*** fa g ........
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:Mil*! lie Paul After ....... according to all predidtaoa.la .
"..... W Murphy eHairman of :<:-" !'!'7 .., : r"......" -' :J1."i I r.'C -1'111-::= ..., Repaving of Simonton street
.... ........ ...M ty chapter oC the I lluh)14; Only 1,000 I II I started this morning at Division addition to all Navy U UHatia.. .ta .tfcte .**. ...... Mtl'M' ..
(If) Wirephoto open for public Inspection alaWval 4b..ley> lee Iw .
Kaw .M FWnfefeen for Infantile I I Iy I M h*
street and extended
.......... .... announced the!i||I Licens-es IMietlBeginning I I SEVERAL CARS of the Santa Fe Railroad's Limited ate overturned'' in'"a'"WI'ec1Cthat' Injured' at through to various units which will gill. U* mbW a .!lisle M.. mt **..
: Olivia street it was'announced the mast Navy U the weld U t iitg Mess .. ..
appdatt4 ( Jimme Galloway : I .
< least 60 near Garden Kas. Rescue workers removing the injured from the wrecked
City are
r ....... far Mawoe county of' November 1 occupational persons I today by the Finjey Smith Company Already this week ot.ee' ..... h.r.es wI.s eaaaaM ....
coaches., At left is broken 1 the it left the rails. The train
a baggage fcy impact as was
the. $4. Meteit'" d Dimes cam licenses will be issued those II car. open en ', Dama contractors which churches devoted part of the,, .*.... ....... .. .... Reap

".... .doing business in the city only route from Los Angaie.to Chicago. I i has a contract for, the paving of During the remainder of I... ......
of a 10 cent ...._ "_. __ I .
.1111." .... with this an upon payment per I -. --- --- --- ----- ,: : --- --- week Naval officer: will
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rnnut.-.t. Cattaway stated' that penalty city officials announced I : :-1 I before civic dabs ....... asi/I is'.. a .... s-laisitii. haw ea a
ttw .*rw4. at duo II VOUch 31 today I ,: The stretch between Division other orgamiatMtea.. tilt Dsw .... .... sirs a.egtlMl bIAe
..... .... art tar. the nationwide Until then, for the remainder of I i ian Democratic Executive Committee I I street and Olivia street has been relative to Untie Sam's Navy c-..... .. Cee .. isIlse
Mart .4 Bums drive CaUoway this week the licenses will be issued I roped off. Buses operated by the The pn2e for wines of.. ... ..... .. i.e na11A ... b'.eeot
M4wMIII Sunday tram a confcr- without extra charge in accordance : I I Key West;; Transit Company were say contest con uetMl lur Wier ...., alaseit ,.... w..
Met m ........... s. c.. ofKilimal with the provisions of I Local Leaders To Strive'' To Have forced to down Olivia street grade student in Key W rt rbrli e.te.rl of law/ J._.*L;. elfaM
rWktattan officials and ordinance passed by the City : go School and Convent Mary IHM.. I4ys Msar elaN .... ..arbe
...........k at... frost. nine south- Commission late last month. I II i i to Elizabeth{ street$ and thence to ulate.will make two bop act U.. r .e.. d .. Air.Ihrtslerp "--"
.s !I I I City Tax Collector Archie Rob- i Division street. girls happy when the awarthd, MM a/aas tir Iaea.t.
!tea Matvfc. al 0.... director erts reported today that at present Record Vote Polled November 2jid:I No. 2 bus is now the only one honorary poattoom of Cmmmm teen ter .b ... rr ertliitse i.

aaal MM a.... efcaater. a* well as time about 1,000 occupational' :, ,l affected. Later when the re- ing Officer and Cx** it.v* Otttmtf aetletrratsr MraillM .....
the a***.Bwuit nciwark of polio licenses have been issued but I aboard two Navy..Me*_Oct ft U ...... ..Near id.< trill. ..
..n.U a*.* tare*. with one of its that several hundred more will Croup To Ailvcrli-c, j paving of Duval street starts all Papers were turned in **.. ...... !!vela .... Mr ... m 8111 ...
Hlatest tasks tt the catMAC tamE be required before the firVns individuals Haw Automobile. In I I of the bus routes will be affected noon at the schools end wenetsr '0. t4aM a.r .awif4 _rttIisslslste
.... II sanica ** polIO which and groups can continue :' FIND MISSING but the transit company plans will be announced tom. .fi-w. e S tae tsis8i iii ...'a.i .+
await throw** several sections, to do business. here. Each PreciiH-l; Leaders : : !I I to use either Simonton street.. 11 Wednesday at 1M: pm Key M M 3Mpt .... t..dattteet.
.4 M.. rouMry the. year have!I Those who do not voluntarily\ I I Westers will have an .f mrt ..... i .. to tilStw d tttlti..Up
(C* UMMV On P*&e Seven -. (Continued, .On, Page. Seven) To IIa>o Worker :! I! it is finished, or Whitehead to witness one of the latiurt p.r- .et.M1. asst Nq ..t.... M trettaaf
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TRIO IN SMALL .... ...
In a'n effort to have Monroe I It seems probable today that + f 1 W
RUSSIAN AGREEMENT county poll a larger vote than Duval street would be the next Paraie "O
ever before in the election to beheld j t street to be rcpaved. Then arc
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Tuesday of next week the BOATINQCEAN[ : | expected to ,'''come Whitehead I
IN LIFTING Monroe County Democratic Exec- street Fleming street and White
DOUBTFUL utive Committee has arranged to 1 street. To Be
conduct a"get out the vote" campaign IeyVest's Biggaat
F JllllI 14 Miles W.- '
,'and local political leaders, ]
BLOCKADE() OF BERLIN some of whom" .are Democratic \;\ I'[ It is exported that the. Wary ... ....,
candidates without opposition, S.W. Of Key i WESTERN ALLIANCE: Day parade win! be MM of die bMt ';
have prcpaicd l to woik ,. 0tlr
in every seen in Key Wet Tt* va ws, M
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I 't- c Earl Adams,--seerctarycof the f <., --, ,. .. ACTION BY U.S. AFTERTUESDAY'S : Fleet CorftMamrsrill' ttt.s.ry
; -lttrl lu llrrliiiAt French Coal :coraraijtec! ; said 'today that pubj j Two Sailors Ami : kris; a tot.01 over ten .... orunit ftva.aas-.M.r. _ licity will continued. daily in the parade Cu tatoi. M, i Mlle .ye.alr M xtv ..
Sauw Tlmr, Strike Loss next Monday in The Citizen and,j Civilian Pound 1 Hy I formation u not avatleMe Way ...Do.. 1s .-...-.t
n..1u..... OlijrrlH over the local radio, pointing out] I ELECTIONDi I but by Tuesday: rvexpteae ,in**' 1 hue /-Nil-a r !lit p ear ,.etAa4
to the voters the great importance' Airplane 21 Hours \ftrrLeaving maUon will be innuMmW. M.st

TM a..re.a Pms. 3 Million Tons of their going to the polls, not.j! I One of the fealurw .f MM Navy .,'a au .... .. n.
iIIiK &.4. __ H was Mid tort only to vote the straight Democratic J Stork I-laml I II I ru inn Here Quiet. Day parade will be the s.arvtrs. .... a. as ...... ettiOt Y -

'Sc M.m to d.*ittf.,1 l that Russia net TkePARIS. 1.a.cIatea rft... ticket but also to give their j .Missiing on the Atlantic Ocean Anil Informal"' 1 I I IIf.I States at least that this country of the Naval Base Un..s. Late. ........ 11I.- .. .... ... ..'
.l .... Ie the ppepr.al about Oct. 23-Armed police solid support to Amendment 3, j I ; I in the event of an attack on any I Company. This T nnm* Fa... II waa ....... ti.rfaseiM W
wt have been assigned to duty at the which provides: for a senatorial I J for nearly 24 hours two U. S. Canada And {)th'r' !I{ other of the nations in the alliance consists of two piateotM. ml MM trot .. a... ....... ?
the ......... d Hachi that has'coal mines in this country, thougha district in Monroe county. j jAdamsalso sailors and an unidentified civil* j 'I I must leave it to congress to ines and two platoons of Mil..in 0.- .IItM tai ...
..... ml" fcnr4 .by delegates government spokesman eXPlain-j stated that the committee -j I ian. who went out yesterday in an'I nations May Join I decide whether or not to declare';This will be the lint nirima+ est ...... e.1 ..e1lMiwsedhMi _

levees vita ....... an the Security ed they are not to will have an automobile i outboard, motorboat, were found j wart which the complete Naval .... /sw/r. d .AI1 pr". ...,
Oeeeed, woe aft cwt involved in right bf the workmen to strike but 1 in every precinct on Election Day : shortly before noon about 14 miles f to protect the mines, particularly. to take voters to the polls. He did west-southwest of Key West. I .WASHINGTON. Ocgt. 25 It I ations about the alliance that has I)|1 I parade.. r r,11e plsssk AIM M. at
Mw rgwte i i i8wsda i from being flooded 1 not say anything ,about having I i While a Navy blimp hovered was disclosed today that much thus far been made in this country Major Ha,\ M A. Me,.., M. nw d Mr -..- piiilM Mw"..
has the pnvttege of do-I I 1 Any attempt of the strikers led workers in the precemcts, but :over' the stricken motorboat, a preliminary work ,.has been done ;i is based on. a senate resolu- Commanding O4fw. rf Uw U ft. *7 Ai pal
lag am ., ..... things-veto the by communists, the government several local political leaders, m- ;crash boat was on the way from here regarding the proposal for : tion adopted last spring in relation Marine Barrack. V S .Seri. aJLT" g 1M. .... E.
.Mi. ...! aUUm iram voting or t!! said to stop the work that is going eluding Bernie C. Papy for representative -! Boca Chic Air Field to pick the this country and Canada to join to maintaining peace in Eu- Base. Key Want ..... ttm tow ...... Md w --
It 1Ns. i i on to protect the mines will : Howard E. Wilson for ;' three men up and to give them the Western, Europe :Military Alli- 1!rope. I designated as parade ManlMil neelw A .. .
la be crushed by the police._ The county tax collector, and:! Claude'A. any food or first aid treatment. ance, although it was added that : Procedure thus far in this coun- The Parade Mannall and MnruM III m e..serfatnts r ,ftlraI
rs1.-c from what DcpWty --'mines must be taken care of, gov- Gandolfo, for county assessor, 't they might need. : no definite action will be taken ;try concerning the alliance has'I,Laubscher chairman the CivU.
P CommMiir officials asserted. all of-whom have :,' until after next week's election.A .
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ii n ernment opposition I The Navy sailors were identi-
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wr act ..... to the rwmprunuse the last three weeks has cos\ selves actively urging the voter,;;;] Kay both enlisted rren, attached exists of inviting Italy, Ice- formal". ." I, ;
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.._ lip the MX rfrtrgate. *. The France* the loss of three million to go to the'polls I i I to Anti-Submarine Development land, Norway and Denmark to I I VX-1 Holds Open House
W..l.n rw n. the United1Oewt I tons of coal. Many of the miners Papy said"\V e should.endeav- i j I Squadron One The 'civilian was : become members of the alliance, I I
llt+ter< Brtiawi and France,j jI0NW4 I: want to go back to the pits, the or to our utmost'to give Presdent-j i not known either' tohe CoastGuard which at present comprises Great !
...... to the compromise.hMMky government declared but are Truman Fuller,Warren: an< I I j I I or .to the Navy. : ,Britain, France, Belgium, the LINDSEY At Boca Chica Field
bi.M ... snd that Russia:stopped from doing so by com other Democratic candidates :: At about a p.m. Sunday, the ;Netherlands and Luxembourg.
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wewY natal rcmovinc the munists. have what ', One of the provisions in the
an opposition we can sailors rented a'boat) at Lowe'sBoat
........ and. .'ft& Russia the;1 rightly caB! an overwhelming' ma- :,i; house on Stock Island They treaty is that if one nation is attacked : Motor Co. Local resident are ......< t. Ms -......- e.eNMar) Mew
p.wa. to .to y. aN the currency in | Hicks Broadcasts jority. President Truman has ;' said they were merely-going for' the other nations will consider inspect a display rf mucrmtl mum AD .Y r i, -
t9u.._ at the earn time I(I given us worldwide publicity; and ; a ride and would return to the the attack as on themselves Used Car Dealers anti-submafiAe w rfr.. mmjmtmiment "V t =

fopeeeattataVe at[ the Western, 1! we should show our appreciation ;i i::1 boat house at about 5pm. : also. But that provision will be I 404 Duval Street when a> a (.*twt. tm. Trr1......L ..... ors
I F1esa are against that procead -1 1I [ Tomorrow( NightLeonard by giving him a tremendous majority i, They did not come back and'i changed in the case of the United h&: 'C---,
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.. They im... un kiting the: Fuller Warren is familiar ,i i the 'U.' S- Navy was immediately Next to La Concha Hotel I Navy D vmarine program, Act i-Stt 4 WM __ M '

I ...... ........ establishing SoT ;, Hicks, general manager with the improvements we need ]! notIfied. The Naval Air Station PHONE 501 Devetop.i.' 1 ....... well r. tlwlrl M J
.... Racks aa the currency in'' of Casa Marina who was in in Monroe county and has prom- ]I i a (Continued On Page SevensFOLKS i ii i it POOR OLD CRAIG ONE D !I I I' town last week will appear on ised us to do all in his power to j t 1948 Chevrolet I I at Boca Chin )PVaU* W...... etwar-a, -L.A ... .
Wectora rt mrntaUvea also nationwide have them made. and we should SERVICE STATION ;I day front !It a m. .. 4 p. w al ..r.rapt...b.,
taws Nit nwrtmt of the Die Four "We. the People" in a show our appreciation by piling | Francis at Division Phone 9134 ', Convertible Coupe-All Extras Among the airersfl mm ......1 ''fir. Ir ...-.. .......... .
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broadcast tomorrow
evening Tour FLUE OIL Drain: Imaginable will be PJV.1 -. .. Milli. ,.. M. a.-m...
nHhtn W days after the blockade ; Harold R. Laubscher, manager of up an outstanding majority fori SORRY .:, I a i 1948 Chevrolet
.la Mto. a prwpuMl that did not the Chamber of Commerce an- i I him. Then there's the question LET f TOUO Grease. Spray 01 a sister slop ul 14 Im..a 'Wtlculent ,
<.!... any ewmnent from VuhinMJT. :,: nounced i of Amendment 3. which will give Change Your OilMIAMI Suburban TurUIr- w. tri ......1 saw.
today.
1 I. this county a senator if it isI i> The Monday Rest Is WondeffulI 1947 Chevrolet I Ilene.-- t.... .. MM .
{ that if he
\ It was Intimated' today that. Hicks stated possible I adopted. I think we have a good I We Need the Money Though- Town Sedan t with ite ....-.... ..... e.- act .eras .r Jir tOt.>r/e t. .
West
t hauM VlkhMuky veto the action 1|',I will the air.give His Key broadcast a "plug" over be J chance of having the amendment !! So Come On Out Tuesday! : 1947 Plymouth Perth, A......... t'Ohm. ci -......... tetra lr.ff. .
t .4 the. Security council regardingl may I carried. and w'c should do our part KEY WEST i 'i .. .....\ ** mmmt fill m
....... r. that the Western heard over Station WGBS. 1 toward that end by going to the, l BARGE LINE. Inc. 'I Special DeLuxe 4-Door Sedan I Thw twin...... p.W. ... ..--m W9 9mm m....
Ibwers wiU brine up the matter i I polls and voting for it." 1947 DeSoto (Rid-, hicn .IM a WM epnt. r rap. a.M. ...
I' drove the General Assembly of I 1 CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS) I Custom Club Coupe I 100 feet, a loath d ... Mai w.l! ..... ........ -
the United Nations Marlite Enameled Tile !I TELEPHONE 6Next 1946 Chrysler 73 ftet, a.ita hiitril dwl ..... srtM .. osWr ...#
"Ruaua wont like that action,"i j,!I I t Barge Leaves I Windsor Club Coupe Opcol' Atw &it pist seetii)*. dtans. ei.. .... rte .. .......... ...
a drtcgate sand "lIow(' "t'r she Plastic Nu-Flo NATURALLY .Miami. Fri., Oct. 29 .. -- ri i
STRUM LUMBER YARD 1946 Buick
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rant t*> **n forever in having her YYYYYYYYYYTYYTYYYTY j t Other .1ftr8ft .......... .. ..... ftttatert ,. t = "
TELEPHONE 816 AUTO PAINT -- -- -- -- -- --- Super 4-Door Sedan __
way in BrrlmPalace:' i"'fK't'MIII inriude a NavyraHcd PIa Misr Itap __ tW.
d Roy's Key Weat Auto Parts 1941 DeSoto I 8-. S Supft1.ns b the ... tl.. a.ed .t ...ww
I 121 Duval St. Phone 442 Custom Door Sedan Air itN.-r NB4Y2Rtv.lwv' ... ....... W. 1ba., .. ,-"
Theater I VOTE THE STRAIGHT 1941 Pontiac ,: fOUf'-&uM' pMul. tarnlrt a.d M ... c-.... PISYe

FOR SALE FOR SALE "8" 4-Door Sedan I f e- e
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William Powell and Ella RainesTIIK M7 FORD 2-DOU 1i j --- '"- '.- I( '1941 Plymouth Naval. Officers To Talk
t TICKET I DeLuxe Club .
.. : M-LMTOK: [ WAS Very CleanNAVARRO. DEMOCRATIC Special Coupe

1 1940 Buick I
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Opposite Bus Station WATCHFor Special 4-Door Sedan To Various Civic
I I Lei's Help Bring. 1940 ChevroletTown ) Group'

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WE ARE i I 1947 Crosley Truck I Navy Dev u ..... "....'r W'tt ..s '. h. ir C 1I-.. MM
HYDRAULIC BRAKE BRADY'S tGREATESTSELLING "HARRY" 1940 Ford I schools and tiller uttMSafeiltsr ....... wwiII ...
SPECIALISTS ''of Key West 4:'-"I z .a. ..... the '-1 ... '
Let U. chock Your BrakM I -forCHOICE Back to West M Club Convertible Coup with thr ml pitfm\.\ b.ut. ..sIl a. .. ,
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Lou Smith Auto Service : at the Cemrwrt' mt Mwy M.aertl
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.t riamlaf Phone I 'Ort oslt. Army. Barracka" 11214 i White Street Phone 540 j :i "No Trade-Ins Required"i 1 Navy Of ......... N ttM 0.-!.; WI
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btutas tv uk for t h xt mole start 1IiU bti yral"1f.Ar W : .. '\_ -- .. M .ai t
_.. Eta + a print x:Trrj4edaUy : ,, "'-- 1rtJeD ntis _eaowasss ri'r .
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Kite Jt&rvr jafunA aJB eaatgy, ins ,:1 '* YC Bays 41 3 __ __ ... +_ Td.'i.#di __ ....... tWI 1 1as
lse.r' .f !cast M t tt.
aaa rt ttd :.e hrallh.f many' a !".. s ts_+sm.Z Hope GJU as ri rnsved ti l ?!asst. 1'- ta Ki

;; RIGHTS """*- .a.l7w 1.C.deI ... tae *Sea ef : pence phs t pae a red., lase F .i

!, .. .. FEDERAL: EMPLOYESCvrersrs I -f44z. .,...Pit )N.deI &cL peppy tat* as fad 111.cE 'nJr iir: ess ? e *.. ... arrc ..... i m "a-uP as.d. iItLL ., __l I ..

-:. : TW dfCll4If puWie ynn+c+4 appn>>- -- ,I .&>Joe Css"""' _Woe e
:: ... Ie yet etstise what hr p wyle. ofM eticts Frdtral Bt! w tie saTh 4E airis. f.. Alas.3se ...... __ 3C2 es cf dreCsrcte t"--re 3.-sezne. fL ___ a calrs 'r.+swsss MAr GfTICC W ,,,,-,-. c. e- a e..+rsri #Ir
3 rzastd as srs-:: : ee its stab .set 3 ,.. A.. r. ... .
r +try tisk pon puttie gtsictM Da ciT tiwae 14jrr* !t dt aspfcjer. witi tiirty bIz sn.rr.: a..s-.. 1&r_raarcss.t ... '. -: fi.st a.e. sL tae 9ts;? r. aa. .bran std. Pa4sea ya .- .1

: .. ItiI+Rt. iat r dJ1Z jfwmtiwa sand th? anuk and tyftJtT- F.UR artariee .s-e.c:: Rsst QEsa.a30 Htr JBS T G.rtr ga Mi tit a .ters .,Vt
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= ; |MC tom brat ez tru Jure been ueaaliecM / wmc =::.upoytr: for Use a } s5..er:-ak .- -- -

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:: Ul c8&ectk/s. Elrs. Y.uptT ban Assam. there were 1,2.x3"7 e=pierta :ito r.dlTwotI HOGCAMS'".... i It's I II

: u.> If Ik UaiW i Stau- the cxrsiiaa! fieiec and fe&dfeiocal ... __
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1 W't.ft aiked whether I
l,... b.. 1M MCU'1r };etrt n the sa o.e. greatect' usraber of ctrflBia vorkerc.. with MlCfCA, ocrOIB 2S _

_1_ rhaate to vote that whit p 9pler }wee. the pQllt Offke DrparSmesi foMowirrlo 4 I:SIC- __20 tI n.1---. ... t r x -.

6 :.. 4Z.C per. test of U <*e polled farorvdocjrtM + < *l/ beb drith 5JT5.2M? enployes : :::::::z=-

4 I. adkra fry ( wUU 49 p"" eutMUer The Vettran* Adoisistration rt
-: = t.\i.t.ck. tA. t-M.td W left to tiJ5Ut *.erruts i,f Its;37 perz c*. OtJ&er af enwfcich 1 s'J' a.a ....
-1 roe r.x..r6e T7as. sS i
*..4 '.e per." et had DO upinn.I. e ea.
Urn N.rULeMt AIM! F_rf S4'r.t. the Trwusary Deparuseftt.' with S.!.%6I,the ...Tsc..a a t,tr.yrss ss.stv..a tc1.. I ; :' .

+ tan
acts ia the rrrbr the _... j '
Mid 'eft trior Dr9artcsrat. with ;?.tf Z 1-Y.i..4... Jr.-s.

--. eaat sere f.r k. In tW 5.utk" twW'n worker t 1n-.v.htfJ __a24_ C44.t-14- "r"t' Ja t had a look < aR.

:. .'1.1 per nat *f those pvtkd tboaxkt the WhH'? it i* BO doubt jx/ft tMr for tbeCorrBmetJt C "T.-sa4 I -u amittd to M it's

\aUAor .twul4 be kft to the Eat*x arid t_ to eHssiaat J want; of it* J.T_....w t2atr.DsI. ds.aa;!d in pert /Ar* at&nt+remrha'aa

e: : paa4.t. u..e. tatj.nsi vtr adrrrwr, to C+'JO- worker* without esfferier i J the execution I. ... e.a.:J, aT1_ lx.acsrat.s i.00 f1

a. vr!ti.nal adM.e.I of ft the ....
program, dtffkitKr t 6 to i 'J Odsae1.9
s... iN..a.rrA. .ol>S j t planr,buzz); J nint t
I K'lr tr it twist. to fist P. 1? P. C. yru- detenniee what, worker hail be dicharged. *- c---....
.... M. t and warfare.fact the .
--.r.9iL d atom"- new' >
yowl that 0ploro bould bfr t
Unaejr .&0.a players* because of ability of some politicians<< ti !. f'rt, riea IS.afar. s.-w bat inrtitutrd the preate-t program ofba.ue -
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;' rate ar .*flout.i o.Iy 24.8 per trot of the tit' worker oo the public -payroH with 1 t3Jr-Pe.sr4'!' a4wv NIt C.arstce.a7 __ t ,. reaeareh both for war and peaoe ... .t- Ater C... 4,JUf}" .a--r.... _...1.-__.... _. ..

: wlr* were i* favor of Cooxrewioiul" ae. the r** lt that these -orkfar, "pnltected" E.-4 erer undertaken by any nation at anj. .
: s'3.4.wazer Lktsss4LtI .
gee atJy .- aw i.i ...-..
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: .**.. 2*.. HT ttIrt thought that the matter 1/y their ttiutfP'tlIWiN.! I uaa.rszav -- time liar*t glimp .f what Tie

.. .fc* 4d .be. left to the Matt and 37-4 pr ,no.+aa.en..ur.M as.r.. treat.,awtt.. .

Vet wrr ftralrut any type of law*'what. Defeatfet Philowphy; : Doing wore Oasr1 xc: .t aM'Hnre Mr. If'): T 1r oe <<1.Ir.'L .. .,; .. -
s n-%- ENg 4eSa...@... BOK rr MovreoMirr, CommaB ** ,. StkfeUy !lr..
than -
.. attic per tent *a> ahead of time tseao that you get morlwork
':>>- sassyw4a
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: The poll :boas that trait than rss-s.w t.. I... aM' I
a majaritr t tI
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: *f tk. roUr of the nation are in ASLEEP ON THE JOB )(7 hMM u-k C.ideJ .
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fa..r *f CofifTevtonal) action to regulate Pisa K1i1IU c1-es. .

: the p Hfk
:' to rtfer to th. p.n| Tax totaled ,9.. Ha. c&.t .
more than any 3,4fc<< private and Coremrn ntowned x..7 Wary. '1''_ :: ctrl wmrj -
*.h. Hern and I lewi La.- .M_.-cH ..
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T than one-fOUrth of the oc
T1**** beHew that ConrrrM .h'JUId pa*i and over the first of October. Thin -S.v$. Y.iW1.1 ln-ctwAsa.M .

.. Ia.a prvft<)/.U.r employer frum hiring wa a Iutnp of>Mrven .hip. in a single ,... "-Lsa.cs 1.aa aa.4afs.a J kr.re:+ '.' '"
tf:1t-r. a Ts i. a s-M I ,
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.w fropk. fcttondinr to their own fancy. month. A few privately ownede* *lx hare '2O5a.v1as C&US4414tatEobsalt4e : I f'l l
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"" been reUored !I, private owners by the __ _. .-J

: The \I., and there always Hill" ,be, United j State*s Uarftine Commiiyfon.! IUportJ lo ltse OUzen.Toor I !.. 1aly *rt tkrre' rvrwnl. *hi wet ". '-
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.. ... Mir an wer to brut force. from the Federation of AmrrieanSbIDptg. !I ... !lea**.c ....Miy < .... ... ,

'.. an organization: representing anew 8EZXS That Good, I \ :- ..wW". ..." ...... m 1 a"f,. ._ ........a ..-_ ...

-. The proper method of reforming the i private ownership, j ifylcaUf that American I F STAR BRAND) .'-. e WI. .-,..... .ilh.M t.tmwy, ssAis. r.. _"' 'Ea

-fI1d b by reforming youwelf, not your I ve3sxxeLa! are creeping back. to their AMEHJCAN : i I. N

.- ...I ItltLonn_ ", I place on the wran. coder a very fn4l.d-- I cad CUBAN COFFEE Your NEW N..y..1pead _, 9.,_fAe _. ..
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I, quate head of "Um.Apparently i -TIT A Poea TocaT-

Wltrnevetr. -e hear an old man tam the Nattoi.lVarmirg t. in i .

.; l Justin.. the youth of today we wonder the face of disturbed Worfd'{ condition/-< ........................ t States
TheJnited 1
what kind of child he wa. l building an Army, Navy and' Air ..orc Na\1'\

'- but paying little attention to the Service -BICYCLESRepaired ,
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U a icJence called mant1CJ, which will carry the fight over ea* if war
=:. wMen haa to do with the S and Rented
meaninr of come World's
<< word L.rest World's Flneit
:: and pkra.... Ah apparently plain utate- It (I. aad to relate that there IK little Also ia Stock HEW t

=- meat may mean one<< thing to one man- public interest !In the Merchant Marine I BICYCLES TRICYCLES .
.... .it. different os o pvbffc $ !>!<. bye
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j thing to another. The aside from local situation* In aboard WAGONS SCOOTERS

-- MJfpo .f aemanUca.. which ha n't made title In Washington tb, situation! is de ,' and SKATESOverseas erhismeuTHEK'

::. much headway In the world, U to get rid scribed a* "apathy" by the people, and I WEST CITIZEN

*f ,title roafuMon; and give word an a b. Member* of Cotirn**-and potential in- I' Cycle Store

: ratute preehlon. rectors In shipping 920 DirisSm St. Phase 1W
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OCTOBER 25. 1D48 -TV. :
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN THrlEEai
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'r,\U.i Liu INTRODUCES: ytT ix; N1 ::Swiss : !i a.a aa aa .

'i. Tmidky

l CLASSIFIEDImormation ADS

A\'out Ltrri\\a 'S.

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( BASEL .. witzerland (&> #
t3erinen-spe&king\- #fe fill for the X&vertreers' '

extremely toothy: -abom tarergfier3 : \ATES. FORREGVt.Ak .i.Y _- .!-it7et'- : ,
BLACKFAffi TYPBrfnlfer Payment for claicifled .'.ertlM-
woo look own their-noSes to manes (. tavWl'tably In advances bAt

them because they speak the;'thrill:I 'Attvrtstimrrttt be teRrtel aiIi '1'... 'Vlif('ft\.raw bead t'rat tfrtanf rpn1ar may kdvertUer 1>a.. \beir wltk kdT ldgtr rtU at.*>
same language Adolf Khl!-d ''! the -of tc m Vertf.erllon. tar 'ekckk 'In- meets- bj4CRed.
Heinri h TTimfriler : t,| the mtwimem charge-erg VL'QLitA tfo' ue tini...
Jrpbke. Retentfy I the 'first li : leis f.tQe. '
I wor4a or To insure ,pta bticathna, copy' ''''1Iat
n Butch kcWer Who The rate 'tar 'fcUcVffc'", I)". ''fe 'Ie'a be In Tl"' C "." ofrtt-e I.f_. It
spoke wood German'chose 'to de- !Vord. '.i>a fk nifttraum "arn- for *'dtK"k.. 'ttae>-morbiag 'ot tM da,
!!tK Tim It word Ie-.Je. or 'P..IIeaU _
liver firs speeCh tq 'a 'C rman- ,-,
.a tr speaking Swiss audience Wre in i .. .' .
Engl:,3t.tfhe result 'Of this I I nn avrtf tB .t : cc ptea anaer 'the loU'owjau .u... t. 'tk*
t- "comedy", !said 'the Na& Tent *f. err is'ladverttstna.'trtusii'flt -'contract y Jh f1ttseit wilt b.
+ all I ,r-poq.1.l.-00h-:10r: the first Insertion. In Cl.orffMI 11'Ault.-tart .a
Zeitu'ng, was That prarticafly n-1 I 1".7 tid.rrfi.itig'for onry the '... ,uJ amouiH Of apeee-o.xIp ie4 Jtr tke
body ifnderstod 'what Me 'was i t P Prt'fit the .4"'tfMufe'Bt where the *rmrurm.. '

/ Saying Smite his English 'w-si Very :!, r,it .A 1 'R i. i 'ti a a a .1, W t l' ii I

} labored. I FOR SALE-BOXTSVidlet'ta FOB A L $
'o !
'We would like 16 recall to r -' i
Dutch 'friends," the i i! :
new-paper &fe f fehlng bokcorn-. Cray'maHne engines and service.
'r said tartly, "that the 'Dutch language '
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3 I ,pletely ; rebuilt, powered'with, C. R, Smith opposite Firestone ...
f& de'Vetoped.frotn the"Dletsch" I+i G}L 6-tl diesel."EQtt (: a'for' Station, Marathon 'tictilino'idle
of the mifidleages and I I forty, person!. .Ready to 1go.,
the L6w German 'of the l&thCnd '
S ./A'tlirep'h I Roth-White Trading Co. X4'4701 'erlsmel. $Z% 'Outside
t ( tu 17th Centuries >rid is approximately '
ACtMCSft TXU.T7l.lk.H *A>rtCHEXto.fcatiStfttfr Mt fee lit just 'as much slid i S.W. 2nd Su MJami. Fla.oct25-h :; whi'te pairit,'$2.75 and '$3.75 per

..... .,.,k., WlUiua B. ]nkhad from Alabama' broadcast. .just as little German, 'as 'our i I gallon up.. -b0-f. 34"- garden
,root ltd
>*..*<..< Tn"' ... for a tutton-wld campaign address by radio. million Swiss high German k ," .SALPyTRUCKSt... ,.Phone 1597. ,oct19-ttBby
The ,tsidst tpokt froas W..hJngt IIt the school and wt'itt"n language i!i Low prktI I teed Vrtcks: bodge --- '

the most widely 'used of pick-up ;*tOm; tn'fe'rnatlonafl : buggy arid b ssin ite. $23
"- the i our. official languages >o1 I!I for 'both. mall 1040Av.
Ot.'tnn \l. 11)H IIA1IOL1) : k-ton; Ih'tei-aatioha'l IH-wm, : -
CHASE 'dur cou'ntry. i i tan ) dy. All 'trucks in > 'gdod :
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'running ro'ndrtion. .Call -
I Subscribe 'To The Cit Een., j I I son 'for Impmtoh. '* 4AM.mper to- 2 Sinettee. 2 %ted bed-, i iriner-:
31q i, spring mattresses 2 drssseiif
9 A.&. X3aWera'GrttcerV WhoFesa1L ,
FOR .'SALE BOATS .ct 5--'d 5 Xrhest:' W draWer Nn MOTO'R I condition),, '708 S iith'' Streel
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WMiT xt' 1 VaH fiTdoi'riing. oct23-5ts:
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ti Immediate sale-priced tradiY:,

1k : 'Consolidated '46' boat, 'tfc? -W-artresses. \\-ariied. 'We "a\, Large, Pjiko radio 'wiih. record
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"beam, excellent roddi. on- -Also ; Phone 892. odt223t ; playerp2ayt 12 records. tW(
Ked Wing t motor -heavy I Elizabeth Stl'eetttt33tx

duty 40 hp dual ignitidn. In i'.tiady to sell.loVeW tgii2 rafitepd

crate 'from factory. Price for 1 I 'fittgerie, 'tttls!eby'-:.Te'tc kbdest Two WC*seS. "905 Simonton
'motor, $47S: o. 'Cbnpc Ferry t ""prices 'mg. ihing.: P eak'I II Street' oct23-tf
De Tar Palm Beach ,' 1
f 0" ::26thr
.I season. year. WfHe
West Palm Beach, }ia.. Phonv Coo WH- 'l'iauseromp'tete'hV fornished.
I Thogetgn 'nos '. 2-3995. oet22=3tx I I I mette DL tsckLISTtxHELP Large lot. 1414 Leon Street
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\ FOfc COTTAGES ; WANTED-MALE

'I' AND FEMALE $39.50 Gem set, $29.50. Poor Old
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Furnished 'cotlape. LiVing Nom.I i ii Craig, 1019 White Street.

\, bedroom kitchen and bath "i Manager for- small hotel. Cou 1 _-_ oct25-ltx
Young -child accepted. Phone751'W. pie. Apply P. O. Box 708. Can
*. ect25-2t hold other position. octl5-tf One dresser 'With) large mirror
wie 25-gallon tank
II pressure ,
I FOR RENT-cABINS HELP WANTED-MALE one 'pump. Phone 2&5-J. 1119
JI Fourth "Street. oct25-2U
'r' Three-room cabin. Apply 707 -, .
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.f! .vb a Deliveryman for grocery ttore.
Caroline Street. oct25-3tx 700 Elizabeth St Apply in' FOR SA1E-.USED CARS -

person. ocU3- tx
WANTED TO RENT '38 Ford fordor sedan. Good mechanical

Make $20 a day! Sell Staybright and body shape all-
(ft Photo Two-bedroom furnished house or brass name plates for tint: around. See at &0l Eaton Stoct216tx

i HAROLD M. CHASE: left) of DtavilU. Va.. receives the Olner apartment for Navy man and doors. Write Hubstamp 355-A a
family Phon 9166. A-'k for
M aU el AI 4I for cuUtinding achianmant in the field of textile Trattth. ; oct2 -3txt. Congress, Boston, Mass 194A5k'sPackardfofdb* sedanu

clMmUuy. Heftry 1". Hrmnanof (right) of >tow Voile.pi.,id BtI -. bct224tx
UM Amtric. Anodatioa of Ttixti|* Chemists and Colonists. : WPEDSALESMENFour OC25'1r'I Phpnet195J.

wales the prtt..t4tioa et the ... ocirlh>n" atfrraal con ttilon inc OVERMAN : 1 iY na eonverWbW drib
Att trsta, Chan to the Rrcfsouttmrntr to rect-iye the award i years- g6 W. E. Burden..was' Sell brie elates for boos"! +:JI.: .'conJ'iubn''' Price coupe.$865.

+- -- ._ I IUr. in poor hearth because of confining Write National Engravers. 5?1 2 ., Apply Commercial Credit 421
Boston Mass. *
Summer
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\vork He left a good jobs FTeihfng' Street oct2S-3tx
ttO.\til) THE 'snip TOW 1YRM" I "Shipping Department Foreman oct25ltxFOR

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in the factory to sell BUSINESS OPPORTOTfrtTIES
Rawleigh Products in South Ft APARTMENTS

; Shelby County Tenn. lie is, Make $5 per hpur at home me-
now'in rnu h better health and ; Furnished apartment 3 rooms and tallfzing baby shoes. Bronze,

i the Profits from hns business !I bath Maid 'and Janitor services silver gold. and pearL Free
are three times what he was linens and Utilities furnished details. Kiktavi Co.. 2 111,West

making as 'a foreman. Thereis Summer rates. Coral Manchester. Los Angeles: -\4.
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an ""opening like Burden's in ,Hotel Apartments.Apposite Post California. -IttGRREflE5E
Cfty of Key Wont right now Office. oct.7-23tx

A FREEPDM! We ;n" te' correspondence or 8 I
9 TO letter vf inquiry if "you need I Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment
I outside work to improve your !;I Utilities furnished. Children
health -and good income in s l' under 1 year accepted. Appl
business of your own. WriteRawleiph's. 915 Windsor Lane. octl-tf

Dept. FAJ-660-216 I p SVdMIAS
t Four available. 411
MempriisI Tehn.oct252728novl346r. i apartments
I William Street oct8-26tx 1iDW AS : '
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LOST I I I Apartment for couple only. Telephone
263-J. oct21-6tx

i r ; Girl's Bulova wr>'t watch, vicinity -
Bayview Park Saturday One furnished bedroom apartment -

night New biithday gift. .R_- Private bath, Electric a a..w.i Frii ei.Af.A i m.I at
ward. Can 812. oct25-2tx kitchen. Hot water. 506 Greene ..w .wJ m.... :... rwE.d My
4 1 Street, next to City Ha'lI.oct223tx.
s..b.F hot. r ..at ='
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Large kitchen cabinet for 'priceof
This advertisement. 1325 AND ROOMS awes okGA..H

White Street. oct25-3tx
tt ris I The Stutz Hotel, 410 Fleming Gu sntFElltQVMF.1t

t FOR RENT- I, Street, has an efficiency apt
)I BUSINESS PLACES I and several sleeping rooms vacant iATMlAsneu flirC1tiCI

1 t i Low weekly or taonthly k iA.nSOM .

Unique place- The Cistern". I rates. octl-tf. too Lucas s ssuet
425 Greene. Suitable small I 04,0 co.o
t
business. Apply 620 Elizabeth I FOR RENT-ROOMS J rMl MALL S 2
I n+au.wolsls
) Wi tphotq via Radio oct22-4tx nCAru.wsshEO..o.aT
----I By day week or month. Double
THE FIRST DISPLACED PERSONS to flowed MISCELLANEOUSWashers. rooms. Private baths. Air uuEaw.Ta.A..ESES Citti
e halted $,.\.* under the new congressional act begin filing aboard I 1 cooled. Town Hotel 801 'SiI .

liteL ftV. Army U n prtt Central Black )t Brim=_rbkven. i3er irons, vacuums and monton St., Tel. 9273. RE6N[. tar 1tAll.sEtiIp.T. .

weay. The .....' is called the "Ship to Freedom." Aboard ,her fans'repaired. O'Briant, Phone I oct22-tf suns.snips,taesu1CAPOtAS xcW s
.re *ll Displtce Pnen irepfefentirig 11 nations. Speeches by 1164-M. octl-tf i

tiUlMy and civil leaden and an army band concert tend the ship FOR RENT HOTEL; ROOMS j -,_

N her ref toward America.Nai 1 STORAGE --- i I
Overseas Hotel low rates. Cof- s
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erational personnel had become- lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture fee shop, bar. oct2-26t iot.-.A. ___ ____A 't..,
Air Errors $. c..h.ds. lr asa
aware cf this fallacy by bitter x.>r commercial Phone. 79 RENT .. _.. ..
loctUi WANTED TO OR LEAsE i r uua
experience when attempting :::: 4I. := _::...' :

Arc Studied ,.escorted bombing operations but, j,i TRANSPORTATION Naval officer and wife desire z..::;::; -.-_--=;::::-:::::
as happens so often, the'LuIwmffe -, bedi i i ... _
: rent or lease two x>r three -

LONDON un--Stupidity and fully unaware general)of staff reality.was" blis- : Am traveling' Denver, Colo. I room house eighteen months,; :: = :-lE!

,, rado. Will take 'one pass;ftger.I I preferably 'utlY rn shed. Garage"required. ;
erm wfM *H'r' probably costGnrrine' This attitude was reinforcedin Sun- I No children. "Comdr. saw.. ... ._____.Je,
ltaistieh4l the early phases of the Share expenses. Leaving u..d _. ._.__ $1.4
Luftwaffe itsK Euro-I I -
is little day. Oct 24. See Tony 219 I W. R. Laughon Phone 687-W. ;; M.A..li --- --_: us.M .
pean war wriere bl1P
in the Battle oct232tx'TO _.
vu-tiiry of I Sped4I -- !leesvc.
j l I StTeeoemit
A...... an anarykt for the maga- was encountered. But when Srmontori ,. I '. :: :-Xis's
Goering began Ms all-out attackon : _
Mw frofilanehu! concluded. -- s u
Britain in the late : A1\'DEif AND LAWN f SoT.. ___ N.>>
summerof i -
titRllap n.hi rxprrttnce sained 'SU'P'PLIES _..wt c..II ____ 12.
oat Fran*.*. stile in the Spanish 1940 there Was a his different I'I i BUY or SELL :. rw.----rye. h.d..... :...= ==-:::::::
efHl tear la to the Luftwaffe'serror greeting awaiting lightly. Ii r,..- $....A r. 1a..
........ the magazine Mid. '1 equipped arrforce. 'I i i Limited ''quantity t>f Tomato I Your LIQUOR br BEfcftLICENCE W..s .::.::=_..: a ass
West Garden &
Plants. Key
"The shattering fire power of,
of the Hrinkel III !
Lawn Supply Co., 914 Fleming I \ w to- Your .
.303 which
eight m&chmeguns, .
AM E>oriMer 17 in bombing j 'OST-AU SALtS COMPANY
._j .... ...... nlftvUk'N the Ger. the Hurricane,-shared with the Street, ,Telephone 1019.oct22-tf', BUSINESS ill Kev We1 I tJO E street.L W. W.AMKtts 4,..c. U94ut
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H.im tot lifcatuc they were mufiiiiMjr Spitfire literally tore the un- See c.un
.! last !. Outstrip most armored bombers to shreds" the; WALTERBEEBE j Pte.1e's.a"tlge.Lf1s atcifi.e},fer I.I .
)KMlMeM inures heavy armaMT magazine said. The cumber.) }REFRIGERATION Associate which wefe chart'Or*%n y biilw .

at anti ........ f*.*M be dis'Jetwd some bomber formations were So' Fre-d for .
wttK MM! U was this slow that escorting fighters'I Immediate service, domestic orcommercial. 1ton.Ialtor I I ***MI'' :

....lU.. petMiw nm than any found it almost impossible to] : Holbrook Refrigeration -: 524 SO0THARD STREET. j )0R1' aj j
close to them Service. Phone 724-W.' Phones 166 '. 432-W 3150 i, .
that
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Lt ..- ___ 1'EXAS

_.- Chapter 12 _f< pay any attention. But'one night woo owned the house out of his
THE car bore them quietly out about a month ago he told me he own pocket. It was right in ha
Eleventh Avenue gorge was going to a Chamber Commerce .bank book.
under the Cabrillo Bridge. .Behind meeting and the next day Kevim sat up straight 'He's
: : them the plate glass of the one of B y professors was talking keeping her, Walter. For the last
1"\ Sky Room showed as a red rectangle about the Chamber of Commerce two months Dad's been drawing
: high in the sky and happened, to mention their money out of the bank. A whole
meetings were on ah'estiscllr. lot 'more than we use for the
"Light and tell about .
up me ferent voice raced and our
Her
night household. expenses
: father and Shasta
..... your prompted Walter James Lynn"But ahead as though she were anxious spending moneys Don't you 'seei ?" r
to said. "The taext i Walter James wrinkled his
get everything
-
,..... first ?
: are. you sure ,
week he said he was .going-down smooth forehead. "I'm not sure
: '"\ 1t. Kevin fumbled at the clgaI to the Bowline Academy. went I what see. Is that why you went
J'.nUl's.. "Oh. I don't know! I'm downtown and sat in the Academyall down'' to the Grand To sec
'. ... 4 not sure of anything any more. evening. Dad. never showed I Shasta Lynn'The" ?"
: But I can't see what else it could up." girl nodded.

1.' beShe "A man has a right to change Suddenlshestarted to cry. ..
,. ", set two cigarettes aglow his mind" said Walter James 'But why didn't he tell me? Why } ..
and handed him one. "You see. amiably. does everything have to be so
Dad never goes out at night very "But for the last three weeks SOI'didShe broke down into
much-never oftener than one he's used the. Bowling Academy sobs and put her face in her 1
( night a week generally. He likes excuse and he never goes there. hands. "Why isn't Mom here" I 1. S
to sit by the radio all evening Walter James reached over and

until he falls asleep. He's crazy rALTER JAMES said carefully stroked her silky hair gently. I
about radio programs no matter \ "Please don't be offended "Don't worry about it. Kevin. rm 1
what they are. He even has a -Kevin but isn'tit Clad'yOQ told me instead of the | .
by this. ,
*4aio going all day in his office,
police. Not that the cop take any
his business?
likening to the music over XEGC "Walter own, I'm not.trying to.pry interest-to'things like that Your S. PERRY BROWN el B*.....t Of!. .. ... .... _

and. those announcers with 'the into Dad's life. We've never been father hasn't committed any I banner and wave M ttl .... fee- ..-'- .'... ...

horrible voices. awfully';close. ,rve'eotGO much crime by giving money to Shasta I election a* .at*...lvtatioa os.i'" J .dee .. w b.a.aar
Walter James looked puzzled. Lynn. Nobody can what .
"That's a Mexican station downin imagination have been for on him.the But level we with always for." I'm glad you told prove me because at w...... Ha 1..+rd t.... to .... ...

Tijuana. And. of course the each other and-and=-I doa't now I can keep an eye out. f Ur beUiat the feanawr .f Mw I*** I... stases ......

announcers are Mexican and all i want to see him -get mixed up Shasta Lynn's in this.thing up to .... h a vetera .' bel. wets eW .....
..have flat raspy voices. I with the wrong people. People her neck but there's no reason
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for father to'be involved. - -
"Does Shasta Lynn have a i like Shasta Lynn. 4 your --- - -

.a radio that particularly excites i "Jurt how does Shasta .Lyaa She looked at. him pleadingly."Da I .. ..
Vour father lit into this?" -_ you thing you can keep him TODAY'SANMVEilSAtUnS -
s .,. "Please don't be funny :said 'This ia whereI really seem .ut'of it!" ,.....,
s Kevin unhappily."The radio has silly, she admitted. "I got.some "I'll do' my .best...1 don't. think kitty.ssrs .a...
nothing to do with it. I was just crazy'idea.that-he was.in'financial it'dill be'too tough. At any rate, (Know Anwfea) I IIT9"
a ; trying to show you Dad doesn't trouble. I've1 had a' semesterof I'mir going out ,thre and scar l'hH" ...... lhlsrjamin I
s lead a particularly wild life. But accounting ,M checked, hw hers Maybe something'll happen. 1 t .i+sa trraerbrssw /
for the last few years he's been books., U it had been v.anything God, howl I hope she can give mea Fv hbw's vws..alrrl.tsa wk. 1iL.r
a going out one night a week regularly involved'! 'wouldn'thave'found lead on Dr. Boone That's the fluted Pksl.r.llis.aAraser.

a -but not necessarily the it But the books are simple and onlylink with Atlanta." I scieatet. ..... r tsissi.il ir
same night every week.: I never they fairly shouted at me." He kissed the pale shape of her intern N
hand."Goodnight. Died MMI If. MM.ITM .
thought anything about it-I Wkat did they say! .
itlh :
'don't remember whether he Two months Shasta .... .era.rah.
even ao Lynn -J.. P.more K.erray ..
a ,told me where he was going or jot a house>ia.LaMeca-from _my "Good night See you tomor- ., ._l_ .
_
,not I just figured it was some father. She didn't'buy: ; he,justfWt row.-. lawyer ausp.n.MS+ -s-

real estate business and didn''t] it t* bST, And paid the nufi .f" '.cr- N eealiasO retarjr W Mw rsrry. a aertar esa .i

--- -- .--'- --- '- --- ei 5t .f KM ..... hwimere. in ..is. .r1

mmWW 1intmtanliuIQwImIaa8wIlinnTh __...._.....n .._--'__ Died A.c. H ft11A
: More than twenty villages and w+ar
towns in the States l 3fl--OrleaWe W. M..a..r.
What's United. < are e.titrk 3
ti Doing N.C.C.S. named after Lisbon:the capital famed W.......... w... nnMr.. ters1 tars

at the of'Portugal buHdecl .. tt.4ed btr11t-p the it ?kiln

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Jackson and. Southard Square Whitehead Streets I I! UiIuftuuwmuIUIWU111UU PROGRAM. !lllll :i iI ::: //feeT 4


'lllllllllllUliliwnumumnnummwllDUJ"I) I I MONDAY I :; IIay
I!| 7:30 P.M.-Spanish' Class. : .
{ 9:00 P-M. -Juke Box dance j i i I TUESDAY \1
I "Truth Conse l
or !
: Quiz 10:00 A.M.-Bowling. for Navy. I
quences ]': Wives at U. S. Sub 1
TUESDAY Show.1
: :
Base Bowling Alleys. :
7:30- P.M.-Shuffle 7:30 P.M. Hospital Party (2nd "
I
: sions on the patio. *"
I 9:00 P.M.-Th -GfoupKietta.WEDNESDAY.3A i Tues.) 7WEDNESDAY I
J I.
R .} r. I
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12:30 Pjd .
S .. 1:00 -Hospital Fishing Trip-, 0I
P.MHospttal Fishing trip.
2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. I I
,
: P.M. Dance :
8:00 (Begin
Class 7:00 P.M.-J u k e Box Dance, '
ners.) 4'I I 1(I i.Ew SETTER 'Of' (00IaHGI

9.00 P.M."Ye Ole Country games. ," A-.c ........ .....-a....
Party". \ i THURSDAY I I ..--. bar..d.. ...a.1. ....-
DAncin' 1:00 P.M.-:Sewing Machines,' ... .. ...dse s. .........
(Square Virginia Billards Showers. 1WeII..,d... sd. ... ...
t Reels l I I
FRIDAY
THURSDAY: ,; ,
2:00 J,3.M-rPre-natal.Class.: '
3:00 P.M.-Photo Class. ,
9:00 P.M.VDance. Orchestra. -
9:30 P.M.-Dance. Orchest* '
-.9 TURDAY' '
FRIDAY: g.. 2:00 PJll':Boxing Training. f"
8:15 P.M.-Movies, Bridge :Par SUNDAY
'
ties.SATURDAYS .
9:30 'A.M. Communion Break-

-r '.(monthly). ..w KTT* OWN OOIONCJ

8:15 P.M.-Movies. 1:00 P.M.-Picnic (sign up). -'-. WIo.. ...;..... a.. ,.. '
10:15 P.M.-Second. show (same \ ..'- h... ...bd r iw b...
feature). TODA t's ...... -.Y ............i.
SUNDAY: BIRTHDAYS: .

9:45 A.M.-Java Club (Know America) 7
2:00: P.M. Classic Hour. .
I
Prof. Henry Steele Commager
9.00. P.M.-Fellowship Hour. -
Coffee and dough of Columbia, American historian,

's nuts.TODAY \ born in Pittsburgh 46 years' ago. I .MJ.
\ ,
Gpv. Alfred. Dr lrof._ New I

:. L IN HISTORY Jersey born in Pittsburgh .46

.\ (Know America) years ago. UL
HEW IETTU aOlUHCJ
.. 1&70-A convention in Cincinnati Austin S. Iglehart president of
.a SwiatI O..'..... laih
.
s; .warmly discusses the removal General Foods, born Evansville, .d....... ......-- -
"-' : of the-Capitol in Washington to Ind.. 59 years ago. ........1M4................
Western Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrdof L .._.......
: some. zity.C
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Boston famed born
explorer, in
1904-Airship "Arrow" makes a

.- 10-mile flight.flight t in St. Louis-.notable Winchester Dubuque Most Rev.Iowa Va.Francis 60 retired years J. Beckman ago.Roman, .: GREATEST FOR YOU IN ALL THESE WA?

-1918Germans in the Argonne v
Catholic archbishop born in Cin-
:
damn rivers and flood the coun-
cinnati, 73
try in vain attempt to stop the years ago. ,
Americans-World War I. Paul Draper, dancer, born in A visit to Due Oppl QA deprMw rll ewu .!
Italy (of American
parents), 37
1919-President Wilson forbids ? 'o
soft coal strike as "wrong and il- years ago. M.:=". d .. a:: f- you that hat is the gr e .tt eMS e ......f d d "
Dr. Henry N. Russell of Princqton ....
legal. .. .. a.-.n_- *
1929-President Hoover, imme- famed astronomer, born Oyster -0. the 1948 Magic Gel Jwtf h..L .t .. r.Ia"' "
: := :
Bay. N. Y.. 71 years ago. = :; :. "

diately rrashdown after, assures great country Wall Street is on Dr. Philip Mard noted physiologist .. Uouty, ot Its 48 coeUnf ...twe. ..d ...., .. .,. ,
of the Johns Hopkins Uni. :-J
a sound 1937 -and Historic prosperous Scottsborough basis. versity School of Medicine, born reoOnobl'-low p+k.. Yevll ..., w th.U1 Sri
at Hueneme Calif., SO t .
appeal decision the U. S. Su- years ago. '
by
pren.e Court. Rev. Charles E. Coughlin of others arc toying, *. a ne... M..I .. ..,

1942 Japs of Royal Oak, Mich.. Catholic priest ** -
begin large-scale kirchtn this
fensive on GuadecanaL born in Canada 57 years ago. I. vtor.

1944-Americans on Leyte pushon Dr. Royd R. Sayers, chairman of
the United Mine
in the face of fanatical Jap Workers medical uaovco ONmUCTlOM Sll IT 70

a fighting. advisory board former head of ,... ...... .... .........- i.. ri
.1945-Nazi labor front head Dr. the U. S. Bureau of Mines bornat ..... ........ .... .... bias 0.-
41)f Robert Ley, commits suicide in Crothersville.Ind. 63 years ago '.... .. -, ........ ----
Prof. Stanley Ti Williams o f ...-.. hi.. Il f.f';1'.4 "
"A u : Nuremberg. Yale, author-educator ''\it y .s+ ........ I.. .
born
,.H'\i4,9 1946-By special proclamation Conn.. 60 years ago. Meriden -,' ..- r......... C1...i.d .. ... .. swiss ....' ".
Truman orders import tariffs on = .... wit. .... .... "

U It n lumber and lumber products" lift- Cabeza de Vaca and his -- kr..wH ipe ...... _______ ii

Mi ,. 3 od to speed building. walked from the Atlantic-to men IN iw ..... ----

.r H II't r "midnight 1947-Distilleries for 60 days close to conserves down at Pacific through what is now the the f.- ,/ / vX''- heM 1....... ..1 ...adrr r.S .. -.. ....

grain. United. States_ in the !5 .O's. .. "44 lf1II/IIIE" _
MAt rca+a.ly rot YOU G.K tlt..... P'.s'"". t>...

The t ..... cw. -- ... .........eM .......sr ii: _
University of Texas' worst .-... Ad ..... .s I.a... w...... .eM
loss at the hands of a college I CHRISTMASTOYS _. ..
11' \ cw w....ht m M. M.pIe Sys.ip $1
team in recent times was a 42-6 r Y- w....riM h IMC.
I drubbing in 1938 by Arkansas. I
The Razoi backs haven't won a''

game since from the Longhorns.PIMPLES.
NOW ON DISPLAY

Un Our Convenient KEY
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hides brat trial.ugly pimple Not _..,.it.dnem. ,U.-TB- oftea on The
a ( *l e u at p.m.4. Hobby Shop
thrive on.but.800tb...medicated i-quid that
relieve rhm.-dnTra rednex* OM. 1105 DivisUa St.
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JtA.Ai4.atttres J 5 :

J ... t. Heavy politico! ammunition Is thundering on xx'dozen fronts w, tfPY t-: .Y, t ; 4 j s i Ti

Today a* UM two motor parts fight close-matched. state battles. -

I ,...tt1. fqht t motors and fire qo ernars.Tba .
1 LbttU. to control the Senate is second only to the Presi-

. dnHal cent**! In naticncd Interest A net gain of only four
tot* bf AM Democrats would shift control of the upper house.

WMU. not H such national importance the bitterness of aLtadIdl

oJ gubernatorial contests Is of more than ordinary in- 1< la' ItR

1 MttTH ..t .

:] M .... .......up hi the 121

tlta te, ..... $ Es brtically: I Greece ,Adds Upts
IOII'RJCT1CUTeMe: oi the I

,1 fiijtriiag..t\ .mp4fn oratory in I! American Aid

; Irrsas r U... biased over the,I
K-.... S *4.. RMS* of it by "
"I Mere
ATHENS /P than
-( )- : one
a1 Clx m Itowfei. wealthy re-,

i Umi aJMimlH. executive andwVHfcww million long tons 'of foodstuffs CHESTER BOWIESCOV.,. JAMES C. SHANNON SEN. C. WAYIANO BROOKS pjOF. PAUL H. D01.!3tAS GOV. DWIGHT H. G1KH A&U fg ,rtYlktlOlta .
ATA head who H theDraMvafcr agricultural supplies and military ;
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nfnim .
fr governor equipment were brought into -
Ma KfH.Mh npimncnt nOwv. Greece under aid i
programs
Ilrr ....... *M. Jamey C.1,
1tltralre I between" Aug. 1947. and Aug. ,

... terries AFL and 1948.
flIO 'F1JA mnu--.. rrU as The Economic Cooperation Ad-
0It rsrieect.d arppet't trf Wai' ministration (ECA) mission here
).741.-obi. iihd the RepttbiiNp. .announced a total of 1.306,824
>. Mft 1 tNra Who Will, long tons of supplies had been
f'IM. ifl4 without" ""' imported since the first American -
.... .. their power-1. Mission for aid0 Greece T z d i itt
aM .. (AMAC) shipment arrived Aug.
If* Ifce AM! fubentaterUl rare '21, 1947. Commodities including

f* ti MustlMUto.; Shannon *orto I 459.832 long tons, 'of foodstuffs;
t...w. the %wrnyr..hip. last 85,729 tons of coal; 39,032 tons of,
.ii"-l whm. J mt.*. L MrOm- agricultural supplies end equips:
arKly .... anent; :U 85 tons' of iron and
ftcel; 2.755 tons of medical .and
1U.JJfOtS-Twe 4tffly sanitation supplies and 95.tons of t
< contnlrd BiSI fisj MBaiLKS. vKSSSf .i "" j ; HB BIVBC h BaBBJ iB "
ramfttttM are in prof rets.ItofwMfcan miscellaneous commodities. -j SEN.JOHNt N COOPER -GOV. ROBERT F. BRADFORD PAUL A. DEVfR' 'SEN.: .lOSfPHH-BAU: MAYOR HUBERT MUMPHlIf Hf, l** ,t **\. MABO& I
reef C. Wayland! Military cargoes totaled 274.-)
!Brvuk*. Nt offire since 1941 has 040 tons and petroleum 274,420
Pwl M. Dft4, economic proM tons. J
!riot.. Uw Uovrrwty of Cbi- "
r... le fcto DrmnrratJc oppuiUA (in federal government. Murrayis tJiLr

end DJUtUs has .been standing on his New Deal rf
twttowl Mr important lalw l.: def .pro-labor record f. advocacy of the
IK cWmaneftaf the repeal of Missouri Valley Authority and
l*. THrH Ubur taw.tHNtM his pioneering the Senate Small
.H. Orrrn. bidding for I Business Committee. t J0ft&
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a*. MTifirvratnttrd third rooaccuUV -, i Y '
...m .. governor. ha a NEW MEXICO dne of the na- a t tTOM x ,a t

I >*t* mp.KF.t In Democrat tions roughest campaign scrapsin
A4ljft J:. """*'"-. Chicago progress here involves two in-
lib'yiv, and former United NaB : tt-'nat Ula y-klOwn t i g u re t fe t
t_ .....t.. Democrat Clinton P. Anderson rY
\1 ....... f* the senatorial 1 race' are former secretaryof agriculture
TtfV Hartley Uw and the I under President Truman 'and "
w D**) twcord vs. the record Patrick J. Hurley retired Army + >

tot tike Wth Congresa. The word- major general, secretary of'war .. aa.
,4BBBBHKaa i > n u M Mi jsj BBBflaBBKsa enasaBr/Oft' a Ba ssBaua aavamaa imaafhsg vsaaammf mm mmu iiu mmnmm
.fiai. to tat. ha been color under former VIRGiL'
Hoover THOMA
-!. AVIS REP. CHAPMAN CLINTON f. ANDERSON PATRICK J. HURLEY COV, J, HiR.f, AWAJK 1 \ '"t I
11!4k Duvftas .KM caned Brooks a dor to China and a
j 'intrtMnary Utrfattooist.'' and er for Presidem

Hl t4t hM freed bark that the want the Senate seat ambassa-I
1011 deal want "any secialtsttt'Maatlst Carl Hatch a Democrat.
I th* ry of planned Anderson resigned ... { 1 z.- ng 1
.......Ric dreamed" up by same to win The senatorial ''tIomina'tion'j( ss -
prefcOv ." of his party. Hurley made,-one.
Green bu- been cam unsuccessful try for the Senate ,
.par'e by rerhiAC Kn state ac- against Sen. Dennis Chavez twoyears .
;r.aa/atti.a.ab and by assailing ago. ]I
.Ikmt.rteta In Washington; Ste- The former'' Secretary of agriculture "
.'vfi*.iv .,...PjrC| thee for is campaigning on the
:..." y.*.r'acccr. the Green I record of the Democratic state ,
.....4i. tna>Ua*.<.ai (4 waste, netlitneffitlencr and national administrations and
.gE5' and political says that the nations of, 'the
r- world are lookingto 'ws forpeace
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.wIfurley I Ii
xt1CTUCXY1'1tHe' are five claims credit for muchof

ettaat tiw ramXklatei in the senaefcrtten the anti-red activity in the

,4 iirs.l but l pctrtic*! ob- government today. In 1945. resigning -

i"7. LIt.' .!..'... air Srn.the John big ShermanRepuhln battle is he said as that ambassador"career to diplomats"China.i ROBERT S. KERR REP. ROSS RIZLEY B... CARROll REECE ''SEN' CHAPMAN REVERCOM8 M M. NIIIT If** I V f4.au...Na I

.n ir. 'vmbent.Brr were scuttlingthe' administra-J ... M.. _
Vwgil Chapman DetnoCkgaaited lion's foreign policy and warneda t 4 "
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r,iL Mnr. it is be- third world war is "in the eran for the purchase of homos
I' vrel. way rrrwe the dote min. making. He has campaigned repeatedly /5 ray "t or busincssQS?
W latter f xm \vh t he.called surrender % r The Veterans A: VA does not lend money
Th >FU CIO and Unitedyerktn of American principles at !to the veteran for home or businesses We Will Give You
Mille ( worked against Yalta and failure of the Atlantic wI I lie makes; his own ar-
u........ to the Democratic Charter. 1 Corner i rangements for the loan throughthe
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pllr.i7 b r t he squeaked usual financing channels.
S t "' ......... AFL groupi have dei OHIO There's a hot gubernatorial A..... ......... .. : The VA then guarantees:: the
S ... -8l to SMppart .Mm in the ek>cWrtk race here between Republican QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS lender abainst loss Up to 50 percent : UP TO $25((11D
0 tk s prim rely to his incumbent Thomas J. Herbert ON EDUCATION TRAINING of the lean kith a maxi-
what fW tM Taft-llrtk-y act. and a former governor, a a mum guarantee of $4,000 on real:
Os.p. ... total. tar the bill> Democrat Frank J. Lausehe.Hcrbfit Questions regarding educationand testateand $2,000 on non-real
tint wKW the MMT group' wont who defeated Lausehe training benefits for vet- estate bans.
atwe.... olfirWli emdirsewwaeTt.. two years ago by some 40,000 erans are among the 'ones most /H 1',..I. l t
I map INcSew MJ they arat'lh votes, b standing on his; record often asked by the veterans. Q: Who is elgible tar :a Federal I :

,1 o 4iIIM. baa.. ._ promising" to. continue his policies Replies to these and other ques- } grant to purchase or remodel I
FOR ANY OLD WATCH
I' tions regarding GI benefits are
and programs for another two ... ... a home?
_'MA $c'HUSrrTS:' A direct jears. Lausche also j is. campaigning -- '. I obtained from the Veterans Ad- |I I A: Any veteran of war or
1 datIiekot uf Caw "IAiam I I I on his record-between 1944 GOV. LES.TER'. C. HUNT REP.' ESTES KETAUVER ministration and published in peacetime service who. served in

..|454 HT'lH* Hlyifwuth Col- .and 1946-criticizing Herbert's ----:...,... --....... --- ...:. -- --- ( this column by Key West Citizen the armed forces since April 21,
tf .M the iiAJubun. .* lush' administration as "a surrender i 1 as a service to our Veterans.Q 1898 and who has a permanent
J ..a.. Uttung. l lur the candidate tor governor speaks'' made he has attacked the senator
>l4 :
.. M ate 1 I U> pressure groups. At the moment : I intend to be a bartender; and total service-connected disability
4 M.......'s create; I the labor Vote is a big question only..briefly.( ,,' ... : j as favoring ''vested interests" and would like tor know if Ican due to a spinal) cord d,s-
i Hfl4n lUU>rt P. UratlWM mark. Both AFL and CIO Reece sbPP"Oi1est.,4. Re .-* Estes' j I and has pledged his votes in the :'take a course-' in* bartending ,.ease.! .or injury, resulting'in
,..4. waS firM "tnkd a*.,v- haw refused to endorse either Kefauver, is using more orthodox Senate "for the people" He has'|'' under the G-l Bill? I i I paralysis of the legs and lower

I .p- two yean a.... lilt<< KT-I candidste-but ate trying to organize campaign tactics. His big issue is I' attacked the record of the 30th !: A: First you must 'submit to)I I part of the body, elgible to re'

virt a !.... a* brwtrfMRt guvrrMM -. a big vote against Re- the TVA and he accuses Reece of | Congress oppos d the Taft-Hart- .i VA complete justification that \j| ceive a Federal grant for the
; and. Ilrttwtrat I'aul Ato. publican congressmen seeking ley law and supported the na i: of purchasing or re-
S opposing it. Recce's theme is that j { the course is in connection with j purpose
..... wtw ....... a rMtftle .>f reelection.' tional Democratic latform. ,Itrrotlehng a specially! adapted
'alftn minded forces have seized your present or contemplated
..ia $4 ritMrIWV traps. anta Sen. Robertson in his comparatively I: home.
I
I' the 'control of the 1emocratieparty. business or occupation. Then you j REMOVALSALE
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.fat g Kn"t unto t.r..rtYo OKLAHOMA-The race between ." rare speeches} has struckat must receive VA approval before j jyou .
..",s .hp newt. Leverets a former Democratic governor j the Democratic administration: start training. I i j (Veterans wishing further in
,..t.u00' by : for failure to fire reds in
and I\ govern- formation about veterans' benefits -
publican
a congressman WEST VIRGINIA The sena ; i
"!e.awe HMM. _.1600 votes t forja Sfnate seat is suffici tor from West Virginia. Republican ;I ment defended both his stand i I- last i i may have their questions I'
Q: May complete my j.
the act and the
r" I.ntly l' ) attract both presidential Chapman:. Revercomb admits!; for Tail-Hartley of grade school and take !answered by writing: the nearest
A-A tunaer
MtlfMlSOT p.t- record of the Congress.; year aj j
i and vice, V A office.)
.. soil (loaner presidential he is in a tough battle for. a j i of commercial ('OUI'Semller the G-I I i I-
; I! .. writer a prof candidates to the state this fall. i It's not a new technique I,
second term. His Democratic'
1 :*M* 4 pUMirat cMfe are bat I. Democratic nominee Robert S. rival is M. M. Neely a veteran |, campaigning in Wyoming. Can- : Bill? Yes. !I! Add sliced stuffed olives to""j
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IR*. **t s MfvaUtrwl.. C'Unt..t.JirfMtu.Wft. Kerr, once Oklahoma governor, who has served in Congress as ;:; didates by custom follow an unwritten : !| creamed chicken or turkey and 1
J arfh A. BalltreirrtMn beat nine other aspirants in the senator and !I rule of being seen more serve between hot buttered bas1,
as governor. Neely Q What does VA supply toj;
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a.MMt Mayor than heard. 1 '
s4 tree:
it I June primaries As the keynotespeawr in labor advocates cults. To make the biscuit
a strong state the disabled veterans if he is
Demntsottelhqrwr -
.1 niLeft lttrnhpM.y 1944 Democratic' -- add little mote liquid r
of the a
easy way
.1abit. Mayor. .t ). repeal of the Ta.ft-Hartley AcC' enrolled in a school or if he is >
convention he was mentioned as which Revercomb: supported.., Yoi/r Horoscope, \ enrolled in on-the-job training* than usqal to the dough and drop I|
j -r., Both ova easily In'mne-I I a vice presidential running mate Another)j complicating factor is A: For each disabled veteran i''on' to a.ilAittered:; cooky. sheet I I
(, Ntisd i
pta of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1 1943 { -
] the reputed coolness between MONDAY. OCTOBER 25,
in theaide inschool VA will furnish tuition i
.. mater .ratite parties campaigns, ,, Ross Rizley the Republican 1 Revercomb and Dewey over the, The force of yesterday comers fees, books and equipment, provided -1: The mink belongs to the familyftmustelidae"
.. Mi ,
: mal inti I nominee has been the congressional senator's refusal to push through today in the intellectual faculties they are required by other,] along with the mar
....La... tyrant nali figurea mink I:Paul S1.KT\ ]
ten and weasel. Wild adult
-Vh .taU* to improve twir'! representative of Oklahoma' amendments to the Displaced:;and the mind is unusually strong students taking the same tourse. ,,| JJEWELER
I If 10 : about 24 Inches long.
eighth district for |are -
f* re. .lima ....*.... el ct>turinc years* Persons law in accordance with studiou.3!' self-contained and: lofty; On-the-job thainees will receive
Ml p MMputUnt. Skate Seat The I I I I and was nominated easily to succeed i Dewey's request' He is fighting ,in some cases becoming mystical. tools and equipment' for their job
i ... the Tft- Republican E. H. Moore, re-1; hard however and among major j.There is not much Use in trying to training also provided they are I
........ !- are
tiring from office after termp RELIEF AT LAST
It.,.&., Aft Moore, is the third
and U. UMMfhrey de-,I incidentally ;. Warren and Harold Stassen. j will work out its own regeneration taking the same course. ]i I
.;.tIir I *M* .
: Ittvobbcan senator to represent :: j I' -- --
It will look forward with
i.lsSti **,{*.a!). rationing and I ForY.ur COUGH ,J[
.. Oklahoma in the state's !!
..-. ) history. j WYOMING-It's a person-to-!,confidence and its hopes will be Q: Does Veterans Administration -
'nr.rstro. 1 I[ campaign for senatorial:| generally justified. :'
person '; lend money to the vet- Creomulsioo relieves prcmpdy because I Ii
: Sen. James E.A TENNESSEE: The Repablicans -; votes in this western state.. Sen. i it goes; right 10 cheat of die trouble 532 DO VAL STREET
MONTANA-
{ are making a bid for a senate -:'. E. V. Robertson Republican j I I Muskrats get their name: from YTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTT w vvvtt'i to help loosen awl expel germ: laden
ti HTjr''L wekiat.. .his fourth is term be-' seat with a big assist from''seeking! another term, and 'Gov.'i a pair of pern-al glands which se- STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE phlegm and aid nature two soothe and
M mI Democratic theke. | mountain music, B. Carroll Rent ,, Lester C. Hunt his Democratic crete a very strong and penetrating heal raw, tender, m bronchia
: seed W.. tie to the middle i of one former chairman of the Republican j, opponent are spending more I! but not unpleasant odor of TRIUMPH i mucous raraobranes.Tell youf druggist
': kit _Wuhest centestx. His Re-] National Committee, time handshaking chatting and I musk. The annual harvest is COFFEE i to sell. }ou a bottle of Creomuuio
... punvnt U Tom J. with the tmdentanding must like
.u has stumped all the state
over
who is fur I exchanging friendly greetingsthan about 10,000,000 pelts. MILL I the it quickly allays the cough I I"X -
tt: p.4i, M AtHMDey a < with speeches preceded by a I' they are orating. Both men ;' way
..._. nice.ise atel RvUry Internait '.J musical interlude from .Roy expect it will be a tight hard- Switzerland this cele- : at x you are to have your money beck.CREOMULS .

Ir.ADail, 1 Acuff. radio entertainer and his' fought battle. brates six and a "half centuries year of Ml Groe r.AAAA&&A&. iON 1[ Subscribe To The Citizen-2Sc Weekly)

'I eaUia tt ecvaouic Smoky) Mountain Boys. Acuff,i In the few talks Gov. Hunt has independent ed tence.: &&&& u i for Cou&hs.ChlSt Colds.Bronchitis i


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SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUEAT [ SHATTERED -. ARM NO BAR TO HOPES Opening Of Food il i I Cruz Brothers- Key Westfteettitjtiift W4- t

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STADIUM 1 YESTERDAY I t r \".>..i'\.'.. '- g '. : .Jb: c!1(- J... Handlers School j:1 {Serve In..Japah| : fIn 1 I el t 2 t

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Te Came. Filled J,1a ,' I .4't'-'e f' At Health Dept j j ]In IL S. Army,'; Japan /'.t' :I IDI.)" .....)' 1


Thrill*! Fathrr1nI I I.1 Box Scores Of 1'j 1 "I'll' t Food Handlers School will be; t14.e.i.1'Fl Tli t7/toF./ ): Iae..I! *< t* 'T-. :reams .! UI \ ., .,
\ UKK4
i held in the WITH
Monroe THE
S.M' "II1J.1"a'lo.{ 1 / County Health EIGHTH ARMY WITH THE EXGimU.
I p' :;' t Department on Oct. 2ft, 2? and 28.J JI tN CAMP
HAUGEN Ilachinohe IN ..
( KYOTO. Japan Oct. 38-2 ..
i
IVaturr Games There will be three classes a day; .1 '..Ill.t' MAleii
lint!
Came
l Sunday : SF I Honshu Japan. Oct. 25
.: : 3toilar43oprt.std8to, -Sergeant cruit Manuel Eo'U.M.. alAU
1 I Robert O. of tK ... ;. and
Cruz son Mr. and pat
Raeatt I 10 Poinciana
baseball League got off I pjn. i M Place Key WM% Maerecently
to a s1rtW tart yesterday at Mu. 11 At StadiumFIRST People who work in food and: St rs-, is Oscar now B.serving Cruz with!'ear"18 the White'I trarureW T iI'M W l;tr1914 tsttawli=
drink handling establishments parachute 'nlelll Ml la Mr
_... f3tahsnn It was ful| of I requested are infantry regiment, 1th AQ-, Infantry Division Kehufa, Kyi/ **J .'
to attend classes .
at ... ..
I it
I GAME I borne :i
t.--. and treat plays. l'o. least twice a 'day.Cancer Division, in ,Northern :hu from the H!, Irtufi-ar> Dnv :ttachrrent illalrak+r riot
Atomic Bombers Japanaergeagt
J Pl.ayerAD 'A I -' a x I Corps, Kyut;,Uaaatni 1M'. .NI .......
R U1'0 \ Crux
I E 'entered the
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The ilea came started out with Casado. rf-d-rf" 0 2 3 :0 0) : < Deaths .Army,. in Jane. IMfi atrfl.btt; apan. i r, ..-._.- N tt>r9'p ..

S laihtr sg.Met mm art Joe i Santana ss-2b .. 4 I 1 O' 3. I r alt: i Pher on, Gar Upon ''completion of Recruit Pern enteralatssy '' r Alto. gi.tii ..

t Qua, fir, IMWNnc for the Bomb I!Iava. II. Mini. !f cf K 4 basic'training in January --.
0 a 0; 0 0 Trooper oz se IMS In Fti.a al
a< 4 J.r Cama. Jr. fur the Red I Roberts. 8' Ei' In Florida lected:tne airborne 'his 'I
C. 4 0 2 0 0) as branch after completed his intafttfy bean- JaM
A
M1Mw. I I Jack Vill'eal), 3b 3 10000 in the Army He took his airbornetraining training he was sept U Kara LM few LK

After fM4ehu three frames and I J. Aibury. 3b U 3 ,at Ft. Bennin:. Ga. and I -.lr-- {
.MwMM 1 2 1 0 0 Y' Climbing Upon his amral In Japan .hi laptember ..... alPittiq

Caaa few, Jr two, fanned hits Mira in and theIawM C. Diaz rf .. 0 0 0 0 0 I f I graduated lice of 1948Trooper with. Class. B-3 in Octo 1948. he waa aMUBjM to,1,, rtaM s flit

Ha...rfci but tfcra walked ViUarea AL Arevedo ss 1 1 0 0 2 1 ; By James B. Parranora. M. D. the Headquarters DeurtMma I c.n-... ..,. slaaw
Crux
A. left the. .
Lastres Ib 0 0 0 5 0 0 '. Zone of I Corps.
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M MI a* attempt to catch" him at Deaths caused by cancer in Interior
titan bull SM awl Jack landMi J. Villareal. Ib 1 0 0 3 0 0 i Florida are climbing toward the;, December for overseas assignment Recruit Prres's witty ..... Barbara .. tltkale ->
away J. Casa, Sr, p 3 1 1 0 2 0I in ,.194ft and was joined Ann Perec reMea ....... .
at
a4 Mxmd. A pinned ball put highest total in the states' history j t ? j by his brother. Private Oscar 13. o.arr.c.i. "......,

IMM MI third and a weld pitch put] Totals2158' i 13 Mrs. Eileen Coughlin, county j I B Cruz uvTcbruary, 1945. At the SummerNAVAL rilk! Oa. *, y--. ... lam.

.... -- U* platy. Aibury walkl -I]I commander of the American Can-I \present time Oscar is i ," < -'Tn fe
.. a4 Atom Areved and A. Las-1 Red Raiders cer Society pointed nut here today i 1 I with the Filth Air force in serving South.t omOHHSContinued : !' ,' rKsv 1 ... tfe

new wKe4 .. Ml the base and PJayerAD R II PO A E em Honshu Japan. ( From Page One) w.'tho" .- t

JMF la-mar went to the showers, C. Valdez d 4 1 I 3 0Fishee 0 mss Latest reports from the !State (rations will hear talks >v ather

aerf M4.+*M ..... ia to pitch and w .4 I 2' I 0 Board of Health show that in the L&st major .league pitcher to officers on duty in the Kf West J. ". ,al.U t.. ... _
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tew. *.! C... F..., but ball gut B.ker rf-p 3 1 I 2 1 0 lit F first eight months of 1947. the disease win SO or more Area at component' till Mtc Mead .n.1 t m. 1... (
L games in a single r ..
a.. ya4 ratctirr rect>veid and A. Ace'do. *.Ib 3 2 2 1 2 J has claimed 1,763 lives torn- season was Dizzy Dean who Base. .. Oat ,.... ,.dc"I :a!!
C tes.. 2b 2 pared to 1,722 in the 1.' 'I. N be-at,
0
Mm* U MrtrhrH and Jim At.ell. !. I 2 0 0 same period notched 30 for the St. Louis The Division Street 4 tyro .
a*** ... Nwcvd at the plate. *1 C. Albury, Ib-p 3 0 0 4 1 0 last year Cards in 1934 hear a talk by : f J ...... tow" p+. .....ie

wa? Red. ........ scored four in Clark rf 3 0 0 0 1Dnlnenevh. 0 Eighteen of the deaths were in I Harlfinger, USN. the Off__ its M pal. ..eel. "'a .Ki sa

..* MI VaM. *. in Held hit. 3b 3 0 1 1 1 9Pickard Monroe county Charge of the Advanred. Under paI 4 "ar'e1

, ...... at fUfcer htt to right for !If .. 2 0 0 0 1 0 to .Ph"t" "These are provisional figures," LEGALS_ seas Weapons School .a T.-,

I troth and VaWet K'Un.' ... Fisher A1onzo. 1f -- 1 1 I 0 1 I Mrs. Coughlin said "and the total day at 8;45 a. m. OnII-. ,are \ .V :: c s IMArCo.

I trael/ t* ..... and ......-d on an J. Gsa Jr. p 1 0 0 0 0 1 A SHOTGUN BLAST ON A HUNTING TRIP accidentally shattered probably will be higher when son."n .R nrrrnni I day at 8JO: :x m. C7 1lws.dsr t .. J, IMs. -m

Ilrv. tap DM Mitchell). P h_ I Q 0 1 1 0 his right arm. But nevertheless W.yne.abe't"e( ) from Lew. final records! are in. I 10Tr( F: \twIc IS HKRHJt.lVEX STATVTIv' : tbat. I Hi Vinock USN. the (lr..gga.i ,.. ( ." ..., ....... ...

AI,,,. d *Ue4 and Baker Arango c' I 1 I I 0 0 isburg. Tenn" is determined to make the University of Georgia There is more evidence that the wader.igned. aesirlRR t.. .11.........]: Officer and PubHrI.l [idewlttna. W/.k! r '......... ....... .

an...... Oalea salt. arruttd lint football team next He to be 4 specialist cancer is one of the. biggest faIwSinesx..' fender. the fhtliha.".i JOfficer4 the \-.... h .. .. '- ....I
to year. aspires : in kicking threats name -RKT KR.OK SVr.R,.IU Staff of l'lllh: .... .... .....
.*.< C. AlCury fanned Domenechiay Tota1s31 7 10 21 10 3 extra points. Wayne demonstrates his technique in freshman that hangs over. the lives %ell Ainu,nton Street Key w_. .' knandt, U. S. Naval ...... Key 1 n '

.i afld. AfMrrdo' arnrrd .1'ickaMj SECOND CAME practice at the university In Athens. Ga of each: one of us. None of us can tittov"l rhla.name intend with fn r I Inc-sl_rtorV told.f ftr. i 11 West, will address Mat atnaHotief WI-

.fa ui attend.. .. to tint a great American Legion _. : prevent cancer sinking us, but 'trr it stun nf Morm.naijr1> tn*j Key West Utah Scawoi At
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W.eam.
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IMHP by fttnteiM.Nea4 .. PlayerAB n 11 PO A FAttgui -- --- -'- -- -- --- -- we can take steps to lessen the FInrldilisted I 10:20 1 a. m. on ,....,. '..1.I' I" a .111hl
o.-lol..r[ $. 1S48 t Mar .
a
danger if s .
pls.-
three' fnwnr C... Sr. did ra. d 4 I 0 2 it does. ,Comdr.. R. G ArhntM. ... Aa
0 0Pazo r A. K. W4IK>*> fFF. I' .
Calendar lie J 0\ kAdal
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Sports j Twelve Women Read and remember the danger t4a.epstts ..
RM .... In the .u' 4 0 1 MAX ltrn l\N. I fststant Operations Offwei af Ha
a ran. fifth d uMM. SS 2 3 0 [ signals of early cancer and tiwn.r!" i r.. ....... a hak?.II. 17
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toy fUbrrta end Samna and Solomon 3b 4 0 0 3 2 I goo ()el.1-it- Snev,1l5t I Naval Air Station wall aaWiiictuuVnts ''t

MM tattoo ran" fur bomber. iiemqucz: c. 4 0 1 7 I J SENIOR SOFTBALL inus the doctor at the first suspic-- I of 0.......... If*** nWamul. P9. .- .... wtN
tIn sign. .r +1.
( UnicrsiiyJoin ] : g
an the fifth Arrvrdo singled' Garcia: Jb 3 I 0700 Bayriew Park. Nights I t\ THP ( inn'IT rut RT OF THE I American Ltii rVwl No.. .
ante .eun< and arored' RCJ .4 0 MONDAY That's the first move toward reducing Mrtr-M-H: '. jinintL. tiMtirr: 1 will hearatt addien'! llavv hew. s-a V/ ,. ..
J'<z.prf 1
on a uncle < : 0 2 I t. the 900 to 1,300 ..! ..lff VTATK' OP FI.OKIl. n tin Ari.wksty. ....'-f
rajr Caws In the with the bumb- Perez If 3 0 0 0 0 0 First Game-Adams Dairy and ; 'F' Club ble deaths that prevents H AM rule MO>,MOR CV1r.I Day at 8:00 p. m. by Coln+llad. r .....
... started ther full cancer is causing cHt\cRl.. W. a Parhara. Ret tWu
sale bumb USN.
Inlr.ili3rn. 3 0 0 3, J 0 Bob's Sport Shop. I I in the state .. '
each .
C >
rig Mid Aibury doubled Albiu 'Fernandez rf.p 2 0 0 0 0 0, Second Game-Elks Club, VX-1 { f l..rUI t. "'N-rltl..k) year.APPOINT LOt.ISH. r I.UIITFK.a.. II-SS2 I tenant of the U.S, Naval. gtaqugt. WI' 1* U tl..........
wNt.< J ViUarral is out fromprlel.rr ] Flyers. f j TA LLAIfASS E Oct. Plaiatithrmm'ell Commander Paihaw w4n Ik i imand rasa .
J 25 ... IlItrtrw cad Mlrr. ]rS
to first and I! 243' CALLOWAY IIJ\'URc"fl! of the U S. S. AMI .. .
Casa Sr. hit a J Tot51s31. 2 3 TUESDAYFirst Twelve Florida State University t.'t-roT. '\r JR. c....... MI 1511
aiIKt M> left and both runners! Kay West Clowns I Game-Dob's Sport Shop 1 Continued From Paste One) f..1ant.: : JACK, a submarine .f Stifcmarme ... II =.
mall V 3-
' ee1tM ......... Caaado smiled to I ten I Player AB R H PO A E I vs. Veterans. ,' women students have been tapped 11 f taxed the reserve fund of the TO:OfeDFR IFR r\V OK. KICHTt-U.pcaLIsATlos. Squadron FOUR wMeh ...... at ,,"'.....r .... !tart
JR I
.ad st.trN Casa then Mitchell L. Butler ss 3 4 3 2. 3 0 Second Game-Kantors vs. Elks :; for "F" Club women's athletic|1 national body heavily, he said. \tCwTYN. PCsNNRYLYA1 lA I Key West, prior to ataraaaag M

1 twat to the ...,.. and C. AI.I A. Mclntoch, rf 5 0 2 2 0 0 I Club. : honorary At the end of 1948 \hat fund It is hrrehy ordered that you aeegwlrfd re present duty. ......." n. lr.t.sa area M J

I .hay ...... m .. pitch. \( Thomas.3b --- 5 1 1 1 5 THURSDAY :j I The purpose of the dub is to will be entirely depleted and the Vntvmh Io....appear_\. n. 15/t HI thell lf_. 4ynt tka .I At the Rotary Lrarheas .t1 ............ pr dt apklb.

Aeevrda went to first and Aran., Alee If u_ 4 1 1 lOt 0Bruwn ) I First Game-Adams Vs, Veterans. '''promote' National Foundation will be in )>nrr cotillf-a n urt in the Hill i.t Thursday noon Cainiiandi: T. .....- ata
as
a .......... the. plate. Santana flied Ib un 3001110lO. Second: Game-VX-1 Flyers vs. a high standard of debt more than one and a half Onmplalnt.ve rmuled fired nuiff apln.t sea toy Inc In K.lhaM .$I W. HILUS.{ USN. Oper.tr.1aa ..rt'.. Mir li.e1 _.e111as.

I .* to right to end the frame.' N..1 I Mclntoch, e" 0 2 6 1 0 Kantors"Men Shop. 1'sportsmanship and stimulate interest million dollars he added. te.t 'IUun 15, hereby de.ltnal, | I, Officer of the Naval Atr *aW wI the I ice.. aaM 1* n

..... at the Math, with one Alien cf ._ 400200 FRIDAY in the athletic contests On a local level the chapter a* .tae. netvtglaper is -birll the. ,I will be the pnneipal..'.**e te _._ ,
AaMMW singled to tight. and Aranto First Game; Adams ; Women students are eligible funds raised last or.. #.. r. hall be i.>ul>li!>hrU omr* the evening' at &H p. .... Caaa
Curry. 2b _h_ 3 2 1 1 I 0 Dairy vs. on January when .r k for fnur p)n w.tiT! -- ".. i i Lsi.ialr. r 1M ail-
I ( M* one .. renter ball bounced A. .Dean.p 1 1 1 1 J ,\Bob's Sport Shop. :the:basis of participation in ex Monroe county led the state with '. \V1t1l."fI the Honorable A<|uiHm> mander U. a OXTONNOW. t.".' 'I .
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1 wr Casailo for a framer to win) ,Second Game-Elks Club vs. ;'tra-cutTltttlar.athletics and maintenance : the highest per capita contribution Lopes. Jr, a.* n..i ef the JU.
I .... ...... J I Totals35-*r-9 -11 27- -12 -21 i. 11!;antors. .' ',*. : l of ,the required,Scholasticaverage will be all but exhaustedat I ;tlla* ;J' an* llm OltjN lie" r sU refer- of; Wf thlutl t.' I|I Air Station will talk to lire. I.- r/eel.lrln tti j

) IM seventh Mira lined one toi I i .the end of this year accordingto 17o'itda' thii !iwl day,,>. Oclohcr. .l. I I 1<. At 2-00: p. an. en'T1nt1daClub. ... tTiTwinWW'tw

4 swfcrWe .. ... hurt ha-ds arxU 1 v-= G... SKATING t I Those c"vsen are: Betty Cottrellkey Chairman Murphy. This den Srat; Pr1C3< < <\VTFR.. I Lt. Cmdr. J. IL DOLAN. X11. d HOT WASHERS
KM to refer and Baker finished 'Sa.iew I -'West; Joan Solomo pletion of funds is due to continuing ;' tt. i I the Fleet Sonar ScheeJ wU pMk

Mat Came. Roberta. angled stole How They Stand FRIDAY Park Night Aileen Britton, Tampa; Ann rare for anumber of Br> (I'd:Monroe) 1a1nINa oonur" .,orida.1: Ito a meeting of the Otfwt

MiMnd and third but died there. .1( 730 to 9-00 I Bache St Petersburg Betty Sue I local residents struck by polio ;In rvputy I f Wives Club at St Mary' Pa. .... $26. I si MNi $36.95KI.Mentff

Al bat AlMts and Aranco each pm.TENNIS Barber Cross City Marilyn Hunter 1946 and for a few new cases I .John JIi4"t r...sawyer Plaintiff, .. i 1; 'Halt
.hist(1.. .in one. try and Acevedoj I Auburndale.; Nancy Jones which have arisen since that for o<-t.4-lt-U-.UU. 1.'., The last speakerNavy du rely : F.\N

a Ml MahM-'lia' tab for' winners.' LOCAL SOFTBALLClass I Jacksonville; Doris Harding. M t time. f : DarE will b* CM** M H .11.91
1 ts.l Ill !
.W eke, it Bayriew Park Afternoonsand Dora Ann Oliver \OT rF. op- I\TF\TIO\ IIK Exeeuttve 01. *
mbre1. CaaadA. Roberts] "A" LeaT1. Mary Petbt, The local reserve fund is at {i iUIM I ;HARRIS. USN. Rte
ad An Anbury ..M'the, two. In I Club W. L. Pct Nights |I Miami; Mary Wood St,'Augus such a low ebb the Monroe .APPI.IC.ITIOFUR II\Nr.}: H\t. I I I I
tin fVMVakli-c, Oak<< and AI. Bob's Daily play I tine; Betty Wells Nelson, Defu nt- county chapter was unable to (Probate Law Hit ;' give a talk at a tneeiia. at

bwey wee* tl.i. best for winners'Rn 'j. Adams Sport Dairy Shop.. _.h 8 8 2 3 .800 727 1 I ak Springs. respond when called upon this I IN COI U f.Io"no.'MT U I.T H".:: 1tl('WINTt.JI 'TlIdrrtTS 'i':I the Gill Scouts: of Ainr..". .* TROPICAL TUDIInl.

.a4 i .rts and Lastres SHIIFFLEBOARDBayview I year by NFIP .for financial a' : OK rLUNUA. IN PROlltlr. -j Wesley House at UM V-.via ltoetswJ. 1ha9 .
e1
Vets of Wars 2 8 .
Alt Foreign .200 ( Park) I IIh '
Is.1F. OCCUPATIONAL to North Carolina. The money i street.
...... R. II E. Daily play here will be needed re the Jo'n.r, t .
I i remaining Lfo-.Httl H *:t nno. -- --
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I Class League
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At ttlsw 000 111 0-3 8 3 entirely for care of local pa I. 1leeease.LTn
pass their iicense fees are subject 1 All \\ltom It Mar <>>n<-nnNoth :
Club-
It.. W. L. Pet SENIORSEBALL ,
J.py 400 .I2 z-1 10 3 tients. .
: to the provision of Ordinance 218 t* hrrrhy then that
J.* Asia. V, and Roberts; Joe Elks Club -h 9 '0 1.000 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon !:: which reads follows Organization of the March of Ro.la Lee, Ourrro filed hr final FOOTBALL GAME
as .
J .' VX-1 Flyers.. 6 3 .667 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31- : Dimes will, get underway report an adminialrfclrtx, of ihextale
campaign
a MMchell.
** *, Aibury, IiakML i,'i "SECTION 9-Any person, firmor J ef l .nard H. Caerru. .!.-
A eved and "'anco. Kantor'. Men's Shop 45. 444 First Game-American Legion corporation or association that this week. Calloway said <-<-a-a: that alee has Gird her plitran l'-
.. Four Red Raiders. '' Volunteers will be sought from for final dl rnarx*. and that Sckoal "TIOCJUT Vf
.. AMI: Aranfu; twolnarMIT NOTE: SubRon and vs. ': shall carry on or conduct any she will 1 apply to the U..nwaUeKavim Douglass High
JIM Afeurr 2, RUits. San Naval Hospital me unable to Second Game-Atomic Bombers privilege business occupation, or all civic, fraternal), service and'social >n
.... An vi'' who
..... Areved t Alonzo.RMjrrta SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7- requited by this Ordinance without The (campaign director, i approval "f same anrf fur final i .;. I MUNICIPAL STADIUM
....... 2 earned First Game-Atomic Bomberhvs. served as volunteer publicity charge a:
; runs: LOCAL BASEBALL first obtaining such license: ..
late f Ijeonanl II i.uerrn, I
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1948 I..1
director in the "
campaign
TT isr"ri 3. R*.kts 4; l kit onMM r I II American Legion. and any person who hall make a : II I+Jlt-.l on IhH nth nay of .>cl: i iS JJ'.btr-'ay.' 11.1. 17. I',1*. 3,;> / 1W
Kay West Senior Baseball League Second Game said "The response of the many r.1 I
** ....... 4. 8omt.... 6; hill*. Key West fake rtatcment application or n .
ly s Jf 0.... Jr. 2 tn 3 2/3 'Inning (Municipal Stadium) Clowns vs. Red Raiders. I, oath pursuant to the foresoing'section organizations: in the last drive tensiA I.FK,, or(..the.:ftno.AammlMrairix ..dale. .fI GENERAL ADMISSIGH .let r.4...i l T.. 11,1

! :1 i""H M...h>*t ft in 2 imuncs off Club- W. L. Pct THEREAFTER shall, upon conviction, bepunished was wonderful. I know that we enar II uerru, dtx+a........ I STUDENTS. gee ,..... T.. fat ..... 'A.
Red Riders .. 1 0 1.000Key count on their efforts uxjhis, .
can ,
.n. Clubs will play in same order i s
AHMTf t lpMrfird to two bttsea by c fine not to exceed
West Clowns 1 0 1.000 the most important campaign Y p.1.U-III-I..t..1 i
*. af Hker 1 pitched to aa above but will reverse Fifty Dollars ($50.00)) or by imprisonment undertaken." \oTtriIK: ;,T.:\ ;: .:\ 1-n tIt1.: ------ ,
0 have
Bombers 1 .000
......,.. ; tier. of tame: Atomic h first and second games. I not exceeding sixty we yet .P1.I.It'trIUMelt. ...\\..
t JttaeeM tr.....''a; llrtu-iHorx and American Legion 0 1 .000 Army Barracks. AfternoonTo ((60)) days, or by both such fine il'trd.ae...", ..silo.:
be VIM) Missirsn[ l.aw .un I
announced I
and '
WMMtim pitcher: Altiufy.al I I __ __ imprisonment. 1fi'fth' OK T II.: "n'"T\
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..,. ......' ron the feature was : Sports! | LONG LOST DOCTOR RETURNS HOME sent trucks and jeeps up along the "TTI.ORIU:. \. IN PHIK.nTr. -,

IN at IW Droan. For q shores of the Keys but later 1 P In re the F late ..f

... .... ....... did not allow'' Play Adams Dairy rJ- turned without finding any trace \PI'I..J.TIIXI'S"ER liereaxedTo .. .

I 1M ar ... and two reaHtrd. first I I,I of the three men All Whom It Mar Vnera:

.. M a walk and new on an I I Park This morning at 6 am a two- Notice k. hereby iclven that r
At Bay view engined patrol plane was sent out Edna Mae ",Trlder filed her final
report an exeiutrlx of the rotate 7
Ht M taw *..Mh. Garcia walk-: r to hunt for the trio. The plane rat Appl.tnna..P...". ......._l.

and Kiwi Rwn (ues hit a triple !! Soft ball games.scheduled for went along the reef, but did not that final she di.,.harse has filed. and her thai i>etiti.......n mill rote.
j l sight the boat or the men. the ,, RiytnnndR. .
l. tasty A.n1a.'ia at Day view Park will findIn apply t" llonorahle 1'
tonight Later 12 airplanes and: a blimpwas urd. t'ounty Ju.lice of Monroe
MI craw and single by Florida' the icth ..r
the opener Bob's Sport Shop from Boca Chic I ounlv on day
ftwl Mired their dispatched
Henrique November I 1511 far approval ofname I
.I **- tW CtowtM l KM Rodri- playing Adams Dairy. Field. They had instructions to and for final diwhanre a"'
Sheer bag Dei thas at 1 f.|I This game will mean a kit to the : search from the reef out for 60 :*xr>'utnx. of deoeaxcdl the e.lalof.. Ap|>let..nanuders.

E. the seventh when he Dairy Boys, for a win will put Ii I \s. miles southwest of Key West. Alsoa for '. ... on (hit Tth day of O..laher1SIV. I
four and boat was sent out searching
and singles
a the It is .
them again in race. ex'pected Fr-NA lAY rRIl>Frl.rxerntrix
,MMe. .rep Ake seal IUM eo ahowr I I I that, duel will I the men and the boat. of tiff estate ofApplrton I
pitchers
a .
Still later one of the airplanes xaunderM. de... edi .
awe I'.m.ades naislted the btr the offering between Roberts uct.IIU.I..L: Ln "
I that boat with three 1
I reported a
.bt the leaders were and Griffen.
EAt.3 aafetiea and rored I I I I It Bob's win and again beat the men in it was sighted about 14 \OT1C.f TO CREDITORS
........- \ twins hit two. Veteran miles west-southwest of the city (tier: Probate Art. :*-<". II*. !*.>
there
I Thursday is nortlalttw It was not known at the timewhether !\ TH}: ('01 HT O.' ", ..1-: 4'01"%TTJl
.fattv hi.... held Ancwers. Intannl 44r
I for Adams for this is the it was the boat and the IM.I-: MONttOP l'OC\TS.
Qama' played great tact week of play. M.OHIUI. 1In \ pnOB.'T'
.. and fut men or noL Te KMate of
pulled a I Elks
In the nightcap the will
LIoNAIur U L.R'Fa
At 1 pjn. it was reported they:
winners,. the' best play the VX-l Flyers and these h lsel ea.ed.
l .
; the At the time
'I were men. 1'e 'll rredltvr. mm* reraMi H.-
Butler and O Mdn- clubs fight hard when the'meet blimp was hovering over the boat tat .... .. er ........ .%( I
vest and 9O WAS each other and the Elks has the said"' F.taleiand .1..1
arrival
ti and the the
men waiting
I I Jump on the Flyers and Flyers are tai of the crash boat to take their 1 2- notified\-0" and each req.'h'd of you t. lrrere.l are all) I Itlaima FOR HOME
feae II. Fan or
R
out to win at least one game in'' foot craft in tow. and demand* which you. .r j
-- OHO ouo 'll-1 3 3vVMM the second half off the Elks. The' ( either of yo5.: mar hare against the I

m ouo M.-' n 2 Elks want to keep their slate i To make a sauce for barbecued estate.of late UOSARU" of said, ounty.I-: ; t.i.tYld.1.wised to the.- I COMMERCIAL USEWe

_s ilalll"". Fwnandrs and Hrn-{I clean, it will be Joe Lewis against t ribs combine County JuCfrv of )01....".. ('o..I,.
a quarter
cup
*' spare Florida: at nit office In the nmrlho
and O. Ur
i Ig""K1' Dran {1 lemon. (#) Wirephotoj of cider vinegar a half cup of savory ...e of aid County at Keycn4. .
h. I I bottled thick brown sauce (the Florida. : lihln eight ralendar Are Prep.reel To 1'tlrra.Iie 1'..r. K'kll
ft months from the time of the fimtpublimtion
Tin i inn bit Rodriguez, I I In two National Football League DR. WILLIAM ASTON (right). 34.year-old physician object of a kind usually used as an accompaniment of this oathEerl
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nolJlt Crete "Pure Cr/I/TS: (::HI stlRH K.K
\ I ar
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t hat IMIer. Ak. lr; against the Washing- ,
games nation-wide search since his mysterious disappearance in Much. for cold meat or steak), laim or demand shall t in writing
lns.w: B.i4Jer 2. Curry 2, ton Redskins in 1W7, the Philadelphia and mall Mate the plare ofrebidente
Slit
1947. has returned his and half teaspoons and
I to home at Grand Rapids. Mich. He is one a and plat of no. address
_..Me plays' :: Rodrtfaez' .Eagtts could make only two prepared mustard of the claimant and shall bo sworn
i holding hands with his wife. Patricia. Dr. Aston vanished" his teaspoons flIC.
tlaaa .. Ctoma, Roller (unas-l I I four first ,downs.\ on about three of fresh orkribs to by the claimant. his acent. or Thompson Enterprises( }
pounds
: by Rodriguez!*I way to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. He told his wife he remembers Ills Attorney. and any such claim ,
airwrk art
and bake in a moderate oven or demand not *o filed shall b* voM.
kf re....... .U by Dean C.1 1 time pi game: 2.00; umpires: 'I nothing from the time he disappeared until his memory for about an hour and a half HANNAH i.utt:. (ICE DlVlJHOft) )

t_ an balls :elf Frrnandet t\i I Clark, Valdez. Acevedo and JVillareal. suddenly was restored in a Chicago restaurant last Monday night Baste frequently with the sauce, A* Fxemtrls aaA' TertamentLJXtMRIi of the Lat of UlU

.Mlfg.M. J. off Drart 2; hill: scorer: Aguilar; losing!I when he heard a juke box playing the.song "Because." That tuna adding a little water: at the endcf U idwT" I PHONE NO. Io 1Htf t4-.. n.A.

: t\ UIIIat&lgws 1 'la i in IMMAC, pitcheu. Rodrifuex.: .. was played at their wedding long ago. the roasting time tl ne en ar>1- .il.It deera'-2..Ill.'dotLt .



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nsttioii THE KEY WEST CITIZEN' MONDAY. OCTOW IL I


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r .IIIIIIII.1IIIIt Fashion I,Six Super Suds, ; ( Whiling Thanks Manager,


SOCIETY NEWS IT'S A GOOD GRAY FALL I] Contests Offer Article

For
Bf JESSIE CIBSON 1572 Prizes The Citizen

IN. _. n. CHista Office-31n
1JiItJ'RCS.' As the feature of its Fall merchandising !
lta eac.-ZU. -i HerePeople's
; program the Colgate- Protecting Songbirds
"" 1I1.I liJI"HtllllllllltunnIllUllJUUUl1I11I1111
'' !Palmolive Peet Company announces ,
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Super'Suds Jingle Contests, with'
(9firof ()/ Key West Scouting Group h lr 24 glistening! new 1949 Ford Custom ; [Untv

sedans Oas top Prizes in the ; i Forum;; .1 I (;a.ujwratlewt! T*.

..' Tin Kf Weal Clirl Sivufa were arcompanying the group were a.i Ti.r .national competition. I If
IHnIa
I' .
l lpNes..a> W slat SrMt Tnwp No. Mrs. C. H Wertz. Mrs. G. C. f the' weekly contests begin on I IVirfrrlIU4f

I .I U at., rU. R.twJy7 Charm and W. B. Turpin. ,October 3' and will'cont'inue. torsij'iveeksrkith I r ne.+ ...... .. tali ......ipi

TW ..v4U4i Irmp ..* met at The Dania Girl Scout expressed : the final contest I ...T".. .rUI", tae 11.0..1 w.N..s.H...read..r. px '. ttm 5palt1lat< as a.n..rtlSaWadayy
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their delight in the visit and. I closing on Sunday,.November 20. .. w.( ,.fc. H... ....n.. taw ta'tttl "
lwt. itw r..k al SUM* by the Key extended' an invitation to the Key sly, Aside from the 24 latest model roar t* Jrr .... a.r ...- whMa 'rak
.... ...... ..... .. .. ..
.... giro, 1.1d a aehY.iated 'hi Girl Scouts to : 'Fords,various winners in the M U. tM eelseeeateM L asw.eoldinanese ..
5r. visit them in ......*. Tk .Pi..... ....Id *.
i..... tUtored. After thu. the Duma. The vuators left after the I weekly jingle contests will be fair. an4 ...11_ Ik. ......... *. ei... dil ....
trees< lake ... ........ ..* writ. a w ..*.
mere awarded 1548 additional
of
on a tour ,.ICht-6ftlnc tour and returned to' prizes: -a I bb wall stir ltN v1Aaa
.f ... ..!". "!...!ere d t ds theta
sup.
ttw. .*., by" tMtaraubu They saw i Marathon, to finish their encamp- I grand total of 1572 prizes: Included lee ....u.... __! _NaN thit rely ....... .b ....... .......
frttt.f* TrvauacftUMte' White 'mont there before' in,this'extensive list of practical .l.Hrr. ... will k. _.....*. __ I I thViliMHi CIIIIBICNNMMt ...
returning i .... .....-..... .lawtw.. algid by s
HWM. Mw ache at the Coot :'home. 1an prizes-will be 43 General : 5WW0M w ....d..... tlla..

*.. at Mary Immaculate. the Girl Scouts: of Dania who made ,Electric automatic rotary ironers, CRITICIZES COMMISSION N1 IlL Wkl... ..... s... m on IeraRrntw
I4a4 IJ.......... and many Mhtrfmmt i J the trip were Helen Savage Mary I 600 General Electric hand irons, Irda/.

a* .Merest In Key Wrat. '! Anne Turpin. Janet Wcrtz. Lo. t and 900 separate prize awards of Editor, The CitizenAs : Street nkee(asiM fII ......

TWa ttuua tamp U under the dine White. Sharon Shal t7. Marilyn -': '''I a full year's supply of the New the only newspaper in Key .. awl eaiiMinii niiiiUJm i fill
....amittji. .* Mr J. M. HUdJng, Moore. Super Suds with Pyray.
Silvia Stavy Joan s t
: West it is your duty to act in the etllae i$ 01 ew J.aaasatlMp
if** Mrs J, a Owe. a former Ibllo Phyllis Cruz, Phyllis Poncer; The winners of each weekly the best interests for the aid ..... the ........ fII eat
Key W *4t. a* her assistant leadf .. baker Elaine Anchors, Ann Gale I contest will be awarded four of city bade set ... easel Lag atsti 4

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------ ., -.-, ----j I GE automatic ironers.. 100 GE and come.out for better city gsveminent 1 e1tN ....... wFaw ..
hand irons,'and 150 full-year 1
snp- Audlllh.ei tttieNSy Ma
}# rf IiwIJnirr, Had JointKirihtlny r I plies of New Super Suds. Even though I have been a' hM tM fwd H bait ttlse/a wnelshbatloo4 .lilt.
I Terry j'j'i1l.J. I In addition a total of $4,800 in resident of this city for only a eel IH taSIBMltJB.numtec .
a cash prizes will go to specified few years I have been informed
Party Friday e AfternoonTommy dealers serving individual contest that lack of good city gevernement ....#....
tlIJ't The ...... tdtrw/ ..aetiaaaseof
Each dealer named has been a detriment to
y i'ttu' ae4 Brat winners. by ....... tone m.... dlttw
Terry sons of Scabrook.. John( 'Grscnhurg -J winners of the 24 Fords will receive the advancement of Key Wct 4"

U .*4 Mrs a & Terry lie ,- Roscoe' Schneider. Robin i :e a $100 cash award. Special The present city commission i a- -es or We 11sr1 dwee _
I ......
hsi fill
B/artli ....... rdrbrattd their Savta. Andy Chris Perry and cash prizes of $50'will go to each no exception. Witness the current waallrwand
talid an4 tenth birthdays rca; Sally Edward Donny Francisco, dealer: .named, by winners of the action of this body: Meese was .. C = M tt1.
., fe4 .... ffrtn .
ttwb-: rills a party at the. Connie Crawford Christine Fran' r b y: fix I 43 GE automatic rotary ironers They (city commissioners) reel.de
.. ten ..
Med Officers Mess ftTtyW ciaro. and Kathie Gilbert I during the six weekly contest. spend more time worrying about is tep /rMr. iw. rdsage
Friday afternoon.Uwnfe Mothers present were the Mesdames I Rules of the contest are very chickens* and roosters than the eeWld ... ... lea...alsle}

rerttod favors of haJ. 1 .James P.. Crawford >R. E. rl.es s, 2 .. 'simple.. All that is necessary is repairing of streets. For their teat. ArW*. ri1 .. ,14s M cow

lean sad| "...... whbtJeRe- Grcenburg. *D.: G. Holzapfel a ++ to t I that the last (blank) line of a sample benefit, they are hereby informed denerl' R ,,11 J r
111. ......... A.-..
(r hmrwu .! Ice cream cake Harry R. Lawrence. W Cr.? Red- #t. jingle be filled out and mailed L'tat. rooster usually crew t70sAy *
aH l 4t pop* were served. wine.. Frank' 1L Savio, Tony F. to contest headquarters. together nightly in one of our theatre Sanely tilatrtib ... Most. use

Att.MdMig were: Nat TeutonRedwine Schniedcr, Thomas Scabrook. H. with the name and addressof They wish to prevent resident pe.ple.1 t4Mea l ur

Jt. JiMray Carol and C. Francisco and .John P. Ed- .THREE.'LITTLE GIRLS IN CRAY Here are three versions of the 1919 the contestant, his retail dealer form cutting down tree in these eM, Msnwms N $ .

Jelin. IkWplek. Harry Lawrence wards. '*''gray"o l.;.'"" -Left charcoal gray tcoolen go-anyirhere fIres icith high notch- and a top from any size pack own yards. Along comes Mwther _-welsh. It Ie feed nev
: neat
.. age of Super Suds. Nature and quite a few tree are es sf1t11. tMaiirplae.
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';fd,neckline, three-quarter sleeves; center, tiro-tone gray crepe, in a dressier There is no limit on the num blown down. And who cute down N hw ... r Nile MI...peal

The WeatkerHWECAST. I Calendar Of:. ::,mood" ;' right, 'beautifully cut smoke gray sheer drool, with brown satin; tic at ber of separate entries which an these trees and hauk Uwm things W1rIMrs. rea.. ... ar.4ulatvpe

i 'he the medium and individual submit and con away Right the city ,
,: slit neckline.. All are priced for budget designed for may .
testants may enter as many of the Why spend time and money
: Coming EY IIIJdONDAY..OCTO Dai id Wesflieint..w
fall duty by .
little gravel in the
weekly contests as desired. En pouring a Interfiling! Not,.ir
-Krj w... sad! Yiriftily j I
: Cloudy
holes streets The feel
ER 25Registration trants are asked to complete their in our
By DOROTHY ROE tuned of smoke
a version or elephant in
; gray
'vH* scattered skewers. In the Super Suds washes it Why not
r rain
I foe' Beginner'sShorthand .> Associated Press Fashion Editor I the fall collections. It has'a new suave look jingles on one side of away _-
tea, rmfc swrtheastcrly wind I Class. At Convent ? a plain sheet of paper, and to obtain clear our drains; so that water W4Miee
: ; The little black dress, classic of well-dress- in keeping with the restrained Victorian flavorof Nit. .ttr.
blanks does not in the street* Itc .....
bee of Mary Immaculate: at'7:15: entry from any deal remain
lektll offshore.HorMa and III
atom aiasp0
I eid; Omen the world second th mode. Combined with color
p.m. Sister Catherine, to.be over is taking a contrasting er. Complete official rules governing weeks after a rain. I
: Partly cloudy on,. the instructor. PJace this fall to the good gray dress.Gray I such as yellow or chartreuse it is highly 1 the contest, which is con Why not concentrate en .7M t4.iei-....

umlfeeart east with widely seat.;t I Z Monroe County ,Tuberculosis I : : .is the high fashion color of the season effective. 1 I fined to the continental United bicycles being driven throvsjh! r-.Isis .h daslM laity d wise tuM

trrM. stHnrrrt amirriflfi mostly 1 Association meets at 8 p.m.in I ; ranging in tone from deep charcoal You'll be seeing the new grays in tailored I States, are detailed on the blanks red lights and against one way I NlN... j.-load t r nwslatMNre seta
at *l"trt K .ta early morning oth.etwtoc Health Department Building.i through elephant smoke and caviar gray to wool suits and dresses in soft afternoon crepes which will be available at all sales traffic How about some: lw a*' w

I fair weather Little I .Anyone interested, may at-, delicate pearly gray tints. : and in simple basic frocks. Youll find it a outlets. to who can operate these motorbikes .: -

ft**** ta letnperature.JarkaMurttte TUESDAY, OCTOBER' 26- Manufacturers'and merchants report that wonderful background tone for highlightingwith or scooters! If a penun .ha ....... a'. erialre (..p0.SwNsrwdtK .

I Btevft thru Ux Florida; Ever Ready Star Club' meets in. ;nriay cases charcoal gray is outselling spots of vivid color. With it you may to be 18 to drive an auto surety neon 'tit Mrs 18A/ua/ .....
Fro mirth and north-j home- 15 is right for something .
r at 3:;30 p.m..lin. of Mrs
trrtT wtMto thru Tycaday.rani .| Annie black in dressy afternoon frocks and in ,the wear the new gun-metal kid shoes belt or bag. Hastings Thinks instead of 8 year olds. -
Sharpley 418' William beloved basic dresses which women dress if like. And you'll find millinery and Mint thus-Isola d Y a.
with up
rluudy a few widely I 1 I Street. you Hoping that this will staff .
.... .... r .. r_ ... .di.ww I
sap.
srnr showers occurringMUy I- THURSDAY .OCTOBER, 2B- or:>ddwn with jewelry and accessories. stockings to match also. By HASTINGS BAKER some trend in improvement ad
at night 9t in early morn i Hospital Sewing'Committee: '.:. ..Eve y.top designer in New York has feaI fowall. the grays have itLOUISA'S civic affairs I remain. l0es lot IeaeAere' tliidsaA
; tat fcMin .In CKtrMM south puc-' A RESIDENT -
meets 2 pjn. at Monroe ---- ------- new .
An electric treed III V a
alria.a
refrigerator is be
ulna Fair wratltrr cbcwhrreCMt Key West. Fla.

Gull Moderate to freshIwheaaterty County For transportation Municipal call Hospital Mrs. i lull male/ Glimpses ing put in every Senator's Wash Oct. 26, 1948. rout NH7 emaeln.. ...1M. lair. ptte.rss.
I ington office Now they won't as d asdliantid
t &
wind thru Turs
Rut). Telephone 420-W. <) LETTER have to send a a.ee1N.
i out for ice cubes.
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.k I't'-.en..
130
eatr'crnetoattb Monroe County District Boy I Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Elwood There are approximately ---- --- ---
peter orrurieg mostly ator different species of wild duck
Scout Directors meet 8 p.m and children Edna Louise and A recent
logics .te tarty morning hour poll among married and in the world of which
in St Mary's Parish Hall in Edwin left Saturday afternoon geese
V.nr arrathee eluewhete.wkttt .. special meeting called by la- Dear. ,Louisa:. {f II to make their home in Miami: long men brings been suspected.out the fact Almost that has all 61 are to be found in North We\\t.\

Caribbean Moderate adore Wemtraub. chairman I of seventeen and I date who Mr. Elwood has American lose j
., .:an} a_girl. a boy is twenty- accepted a position the men said that when married
ftsa
a4 norUmctetiy wind t of the Monroe, County Dis- four years old. I have known him for about two years but I i with the government in the they knew less about sex than ,It
Clwly showery in extremejerUi
trite.FRIDAY. didn't him until about five months immigration service as border wltho.r.a1 :
start dating { pa- they should. As well
ago. every parent : .
penis thru Tuesday,1CteUe. '
to moderate variable{) OCTOBER 29PoiDd.na He asked me for several dates before I ever went with him ;[;trol inspector. knows, the question of how an CHANGE ItA.._..--,..::.."'t :::..
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wteit*a4 partly cloudy weather'wfih 3 i e'en Carnival School in, school has Ilallowi build- and:since ,then I,have averaged about three dates a week. I I I when to teach a child the facts of -: ;:..... :-'... ...,

....y sttere4 showers in ., have, grown(;to'like him very much and although I have beenwith I Thomas D. Gantt arrived Fri- life is a tough problem. The result ._It. ._ -
l ing at 6JO poi
*.ui. sad cmtral pontons.N
small craft or storm warn-I school I a (lot bf.roe although he has never S fr join his wife and children. Tommy gerated ideas from older children 0(llJ..Fl ....... :
r on grounds. I i Lynette, Margaret and which are far from true. One solu- I ..
him bite bee bcurd. S.\TUttDAY..QCTOBER said! he l loved He he Ever Slur Are ruartloMl .
30- me
says Ready Douglas, who have been tion to this tricky middle ..... -,
I I, spending problem would oar' period peculiar M_. .. .. .
IUrcRT: ) Fleet Reserve Auxiliary sponsors do s'm: bcjieve .m,shooting a line i : several months with Mrs. Gantt's be skilfully presented movies for! CIS to 52 yn" Don this But *... I ... -,..... ... .

Key West Ha, Oct. U. 1M I Hallowe'en r Costume tote:, :girls-or' telling them I Club Meeting parents Mr and Mrs. William grade school children prepared by out uffer hUl from>..tnia hot fluhra.. carat fail Tbn*o.B o_try :;:.-;.-. ..

(fOterrvaUnn Ukfn at Cite Office f Dance 9 pm. to 1 am. in thin:; bat Isn't true .anY-1, ; Camalier. 1315 Pine street. The doctors. I Lydia K. Plnkham........'.. Vt..UM' o_.. ::: ':;:
Fleet Reserve said that I of the pound to .Cla '.PI .. I
Hall. 418\% was one Ever Ready Star Club will
.
$3I eta EST) Gantt. plan to stay in Key West I Plnkbum Compound lo hM what.
T..tllftl I Front Street girls he ever met with. i'i I: meet tomorrow at 3:30: p. m. in : indefinately. Four young fellows from New 1 Doctor can a Momacbi teas ttrcl t u ........ toss'. ..... sod r.a .....
Hallowe'en Costume Dance at He has been with another girl : "rwrI .._ Is .... .... ...
York hit
It..nrsl yesterday' 78. Commissioned Officers Mess a few times sincehe has been !j t I:I the home of Mrs. Annie Sharp- on what they thoughtwas lyrics L PWKHAJTS :: .'''.......
| n wt laM might 71. ,' Do ; ley, 418 William street. |I i A small group had a wiener a way to make a pile of money -
Ft think
dating me. really
Taylor. 1 you :
Mean 7H selling Dewey-for-President
Matters of will betaken
i importance roast at the Municipal Beach,
.... '78 he cares very much for me or :I J up, and members are Thursday evening. Attending buttons. They loaded an automo-

FfMtalUtiaaTMal I Daughter Born To what. is your opinion Anxious* Girl-Va., urged to be present, a spokesman '' were Rosalie Camalier, Myrtle THREE HOTELS IN 1\\AlII\ at IWWJUI> BIOTt

last 24 hours .00 tro.i I said. Berg, Gloria Hayes] Gloria Ace- Imagine the feelings of the

Total UO month ft.il Ins.tUevw .I For ttk I1. Savioo" Answer Te seems: to be a nice fellow J vedo. Bill Collins, and Jack I Frenchman who discovered after Located in the Hecuf of the Off

thi* month .42 Int.Ta and he certainly isn't trying to I Born To I'( Curry. four years, that the lump in his RATES rJ>riirB\fC WHITE: at WfftC

tM y..r 4J.4S ins.< Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Frank IIf fool you I do not think he is in I Daughter I mattress was' a German booby- REASONABLE llUUillO fw ItSMHtVATiOif

Frisco ltataU.Ihta year lLIa"'t_ 11-00. ins I f Savio, 40 Rest Beach becaume the love with you or if he is, he I| W file A. CareysI j I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Shaw, trap mine. with BATH and TELEPHONC

i parents of a seven pound 10 hasn't realized it yet. The only I t I Miami, are visiting: in Key West

.M s... j I Jounce girl), when Lorna Gail was bad part about the situation is I tl I I A daughter was born at 12:02: for several days. Mr. Shaw is a Ford Pcrshing Miller

74. born at the U. S.Naval Hospital that you are probably falling in ,i: A. M. yesterday ia the Monroe i j former newspaperman on newspapers WORLD WAR I

; t.n1..t.eItpsL..t1 "I"at 7 p.m, Saturday October 23. love with him and it will be I i'County Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. :i in Youngstown and Wilson's Administration Hold Hotel IfMel.
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IM.LfOII'' /i30,' salt2aJ. ( Lt Comdr. Savio, U. S. Navy bad if you do and he doesn I I I William Allen Carey, 1030 Eaton I Cleveland Ohio Buffalo, N. Y. WORLD WAR II 60 N.E. 3rd St. 22S NX. let AT*.
robs. U attached to Anti-Submarine Development If I were you I should try not I,street. The baby weighed l five He was Publicity Director for Roosevelt's Administration 80 Rooms 100 Room HI nit: lsgee..

T.-.new'i __* Alauaac : Squadron ONE (VX1)at ) to have quite so many dates I pounds, six ounces, and has: been I the National Automobile Dealers WORLD WAR III Elevator Elevator N .f....
lhtathe 31 ., I(
: ajn.tiuasct Boca Chica Field. He is the with him. Have a date with named Janice Mary. The day of Association, and is now connected Let It Not Occur Solarium Heated .{ ..s11f
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p-m."' son of Mr. and Mrs Peter Savio the other boys occasionally, so I I I her birth was her father's birthday with the Florida State Real
u'aariae .:J7 a.m.J .,'37-15 Sixty.fourth street Wood- that he won't get the idea that anniversary. Estate Board in Miami.i I VOTE FOR- 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

w..et :It p.m.11Dts .': side. Queens, N. Y. you are sitting home waiting I I

for him to call. And then per- I Seeks DivorceA |I Tree farms are dedicated to I Thomas DeweyPaid .. ...

: j i Three Birtlts) In haps. one ,day- he may- wake UD. I ithe I growing of forest crops for ----
iNifal Base) to the fact that he doesn't want I I petition seeking a divorce commercial purposes. protectedand ( For by Monroe County ---- ,

T..a aaw you to. date anyone else because was filed Saturday in the officeof managed for continuous pro- Dewey-Warren Pub. Com.)
Eatrs) tUBMiard Time) II I NlIvlIlllospllll; he \S in love with you I'I Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. duction. atI-
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toP Law LOUISA -
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-pound. two-ounce ue'e Z'
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j-M IMS: am.pan.. I IItN tor was born in the! U .S Naval .1.1I I I Weaver against Thomas A. Weav-
eJ2 Another letter from Virginiais ,
pall : I
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I Hopital to Mrs. Bonnie Sue,i from a sixteen-year-old who I That U what nearly everybody Mrs er 1
)Miller wife of George P. Miller,!''is : hearing about ear w4.ff.l sad *a.
allowed :
ADDITIONAL TIDE: DATArtltnac not to anS'whierwithout ,
,,1)0.13. USS Hanson. DD-832; Fleet I go cause her mother had taught ..er elusive Pre.d m's Pro *cuv* lavttiixM
Station: Key West) Post Office. New York, N. Y The' htt .m ther: It seems I her that her body was like a h Play Th y doal wet bow it .to y.sslW. M
T- ..' H.lkt.t' 1 I baby gar been named Brenda- odd that:parents should' act" like temple' and that she must always I pay the full face amount al the cantrsrt!
atatMeTI4M k water Sue. that nowadays. If they: -want (keep it pure and clean A girl 1 x t plus return of all prtmfom ats.*i.s i*
lUM* I Itotida. [I I t A thpi'cbildren: ,to be' strong'and who:feels that way about herself I event of death dunes UM diy. idpgrtod. p1.
ix-pound two-ounce
tv.tbIOna. 0.0 ft.. daughter gOJd'th'' high standards: they is.not likely to have people taking tar n 4
was born to Mrs. Iris Smith have; to ,teach theni .t4. N Key things liberties with her And you are < m ira
t wife of Harold G a girl
fiat edi. i Zh 30ta f Smith. SOM3, bv "word and- example And such as that can be trusted with and attractive contract so IN marker, ...
Fleet Sonar School, Naval Sta- J r day. we will 'he happy w
hero Chen { after: the; children have learned (other normal boys and girls.LOUISA.. sry pM' yam .
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ody P'.nt-4ii Iota t' live She has been named Pen- these lessons thc.tan be.trusted 1 f\&a. ilieai. $Io.OL4IlJ.
me Jean.A '
to behave.
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(atria end) ;till 10. .U ft.NlyfL daughter six-pound. fourtc- n-ouncc This doesn't mean that youngsters Address Your Letters to: H. S. HOLCOMBBOX
was born to Mrs. Ann should be thrown in the
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way "LOUISA". O. BOX
::: !Hill, wife of Richard K. Hill, of temptation. Their i parents' Orangeburg. S. C. 532. SO District M.n.9.r KEY WtTTHE
MALI U.S.S. Gilmore. Naval should know where '
they
are
two--disco sto: Grrrectiuns going -
.- .. to be subtracted. Station. She has been named I and with whom. They should "JOHN LOVES MARY"
Joanne. not be allowed to with i
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Correction men
ltlrlneaga: to
... added. while they are still little girls because 0 W E s f To Open I FRanHLln liFE IftSUR..tllSPRlnGFIEIDlunllll ($_.
The sire of American All pt
farms : this is unfair to them. They' tREI
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K.* Zealand ha exported varies from an average of about should be shown the pitfalls of CIVIC DRAMA FESTIVAL
80 acres: in the South through life and not let stumble in one of f I 0-.,'M.........1.ar1 Mal
zxm
..., .halt a billion doU.ortb 100 acres in New England to these because of ignorance.One I i NOVEMBER 29. at -..M..rs..s..w.
J' Aar.
cold but H* splendor w
a* a about 400 acres in western wheat wife told
young that
Iw44'r0wfllrr. heels. the> pact. growing region*.- she had .o.w.ays.n. safe me be- I T.Ah nra I HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM -- --

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