The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00234
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00234
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View. : ?)\::4a; ; < Day Parade ;

-Motorists--- Warned__ I President I I L Navy- Day- Memorial in- the_.__Pacific_ '.j.jv I I I City's Down Biggest Main Procession Thoroughfare Moves'

InMassachusetts :

About Barricades i Speaking\ II I This Afternoon .

MANY N.u.RS. : : AMI C'tTu: \ OHJKTV
On Simonton Street; ,
Dcwcv r Toiiriui TitIndiana : 14 X'v iRhf OFFICIALS. I IN IlKYIKW: STAM$ NAVY t.\ **.

; Work ls t tI
/)/ring; I Slakes' Major AddressTonight :, :$, K ifsa,s a r.w TKOI'IIIKS) TO NAVY, CIVILIAN: I BLKMKN1UThousands ""

'V,,',. Underlay'Ire. Blockade I In Cleveland I of Ky W.tw Mad h.... Sf*... *W WWbea.4.

..... i +tpz streets thin .{ watch tbs ....
CRy The A_.M-liMr lit Thoroughfare I I WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.-Pres-. Nary Day. pass by. t
Question May ident Truman is moving eastward It was by I w the frt.., ..r4. WOT ...... k***. ..,i $1M....... \
.\ii).Mir l*.*iitg, Barrier IM..b.1I I today in his campaign tour. His i era marked by cheers a4 U.....*.. let UM Maty pat was a .....

l n.) .... Si At Own RI! k, Come Up In UN first speech was made this morn- Inept part o. th* pr eiioa. I

ing in Pittsfield, Mass.. and the > I I The reviewing stand >n train ...... stNitlr .r canoe.f,

OffirhU) Of CityDrrbml ) I crowd that went to the railroad of the Palace. "........ WM the U. aV ....* H..ii..l; C...*,.

Today And Rcviii station to hear him waS estimated d 1 marked by the presence at Captain I .... W. Jl arntNte_ UIUI.I .
i C C. Adrit USN. .........!,,
Crty ......... warned Consider Mailer; between two and three thousand.In 2 der of Key West. Nerd B... together .-r--alllst I d t41s U.detwelee"
each of his Massachusetts addresses I with teeetoc Nw officers ,..... aee. W Oe.tet di-
.. Simm-Um, street today that Scliunian Sitting In today, the President pinked I and Mayer. A. MartUM WW W & Mk.. BJJP. .-.ri 1 fef I
ae uain the street at their .
Governor Dewey. Truman de- Adams and other: asks and ..*... MM Ptaet Allkg -...*** this.
tats.risk wen. they pass theb.M.d. Oil Second Meeting official Mint AaMiIIIr I'sa1il .
i .. thrown'u{> during the clared that Dewey is on both sidesof jk ty :
.Br 1%. A_Uue* Ire I Among the offttm et the. i! =.. Ilep.r Adsetr. __
neiitm eperations now under PARIS Oct. 27. Secretary every question, though he does Navy who wHneaned Hie ...... ........ w/rw. ...... Flee pshta. e.
wey"It M perfectly obvious that I Marshall of the United States and !I not emphatically affirm which I I II II It were Captain A. B. Sareeslee. ..... tIe .w..___= clays eras
Mw .*...>n< operations are Foreign Minister Bevin of Great ,I side he President supports. took another USN commander *4 Sabi..rnss OW Ilaneger .. D -.w..
LIrIg slot ssslhtr the city nor the con morning to consider the Berlin i shot at the Eightieth congress and -+ 3 r a FarrelL Jr.. USN. coinmandlsg CNheaI1.I .let J. ..... ttlhrat...rHeeds.
kasts unmet any responsi- situation.It I I the many lobbyists that were him t officer of Key \V..4 Newel !Sa a.. tlitli. CarUs.ellC
'the sessions. Send
......y ... Mk> res to persons or was said they were discussing i present at he asserted I tion; Captain A. G. W. McFetf- esy t' = R.nh
era in the vteinity of the work a proposal to have the question of j i back to Washington den. USN, commandtM adieu !, a... iiee aM ties
i and he will clean out the lobby
..... errtrd on," said a state- the Berlin blockade brought up j'' I I of the Fleet Sonar ScteM. aid Ru.eliesrYeses ..

.... insect today by City I before the general assembly of I'ists.Dewey scheduled tour for the Officers and men of an American submarine stand solemnly on the bridge of the-conning tower I II Captain F. L. Ses*y. USN.I naahg .... se..... 'dIse
.......... Helen D. Spatdrg.1b I the United Nations. day will take him through Indiana I as a chaplain casts a memorial wreath upon the waters of the Pacific at the conclusion of a Nary I commanding< officer of UM U S pstada. helve. ..esi ......
"' ,. ..,1 barricades across I Nothing was said of what was j and Ohio. He is due to make a Day memorial ceremony far' the men. who lost their lives at sea during World War II. The sub I: Naval Air Station; C..pUln C ..EWeakley. I .. jerdee tin.l-erele .r rw It '
_,4s ... required as the r done at the meeting, though com- tonight in Cleve- marine then proceeded further out to sea where the flowers shown packing her forward deck were .. USN, remmmtem **- ........ end .. snfe/. .........-
....... slaps in the resurfacing:! ment was that.taking the matter land.major He speech hit back today, as he strewn upon the ocean. (OScM Nave '....61.6J !/ fiver of Surface A....SyemaiimDevelopment -I- 1IIr tin. ...8 dr...an .w lNary
ef' ... streets are taken. The: before the assembly, after the ;:had yesterday, at President Tru- I --,--------:---_. --- ''i Station. ; Captain J .. knew
e.trte.des arc not intended top Russian veto before the Security ;: accusing him of "slinging I: R Lre. USN ..vsM pfcyaHaUy cars from Council, would be in the nature' man mud." \ Remaining Events Of Navy Week { Fleet Air Detacfcmefti; Iwo si tine ...... tent tlr rw+i
I of forcing the issue. Three MonthsSetlVEnter I' j[ Captain 0. A .- WIf.I .I (QMMaweJ atom--.
i comment Marshall and I
should be taken asi Only WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 27- I I *r w *
.. ...! not to proceedeuncM 'Begin would make'was that they East Coast I I
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in .,passing, were tp hold another meeting this : : 6:15P.M.-Radio: Address:'by. Cap Cecil Adell *
tu M.r. Hundred flftwal" '
i ..- tyevW.4tw U1rTTiiilf'In lautytC.tahutd } I tltcro Turit Foreign Minister V !- -1'' -.** f 4 TJSN. Commandenrf' Naval Bas;r r! Throng
MI Pace Seven) Schumaa'or France:present. Highways AssnMeets Key West

.e. _--_ ._ -- !I Alliance 8:00:. P-M.r-ll:00. : P.M.-Dance. Ft .Taylor's Offi-
\ et. 28 I cers Club. Reserve officers: in- i i Station This Morning 1

CITY SPENDS $387,220 I II I vited.

45piat I. The Ci.hasp. Ilhsides u.. S. And 8:00: P.M.Boxing Matches. Bayview Park. Na When" U .S N.v.l fiIMsas.
I NEW SMYRNA BEACH Oct.! val Air Station boxing teams. I wan thrown open 18 tk* p. Mic ,
FIRST NINE MONTHS 27.-A meeting of the board of i (;Canada, Five Other. S THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28- a* part of the Nary Day .*.. .... ...A. pea-w .flak ...."
I IN I Directors the East Coast Highways I s 12:15: P.M.-Navy Day Luncheon Program. Rotary bration this MMTIMKC, tree wave .... .4 tin JtWf. MIIMeltiw I..
Association has been set for Countries May Join Club members and guests. I several hunrlrsala waMfctfadmiMon .. w gar M ... to UM) A* I-
Hnaiirr .DJrrrlorlt t Thursday, October 28. Directorsfor I In Military Pact 2:00: P.M.-Navy Day Observance. Navy Wives to the Sts. .... OHM aced flit 0..w.a .
all 13 east coast counties are Club members and quests. I Then they ftIIN by ds.ves. ...., .Wr Mw wAa111 of f i-
{..l.rrl..* ltrH| )rtlor Labor Leaders expected to attend this meeting .h, The Aworiafrd rrr.) 6:30: P.M.-Navy Day Dinner. Lions Club, members and it was M4naekd. dsIhid .... Heel w ..... ersereMS .'
which will be held at the associ- I WASHINGTON, Oct. 27-Unofficially and early afternoon M.e4 the.. ..... ... '.17 J Jill -.II. .r
=,11" "" $1(tfUUO.,12 ation headquarters in New Smyrna -' the opinion was ex- FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29- guests. *I number of P".... win ....... tit ...Iha4esq
Beach at 1:30: o'clock. : the yard might reeeh. MM. weladsed. Mr ak.e. j
Heat" Of Yrar Stop UnloadingCoal Plans will be made for the election ted pressed States here and today Canada that the enter Uni- 4:00: P.M.-Navy America Day Program Wesley Girl House.Scouts of I I I The first thing .. thepe.. ...rs. .. fwlrrle.II. r -r JJ. ... ,
lit eM.... nine months of of officers at a subsequent WAS the uadurktac ef MM U..... .abrr1 W Jr. It. d a',1
and the time and the Western Europe Military Alliance SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31-
meeting placeof Dwtww
i former German _MY,,,, now IMMI. ttlil Ckiw p Mram.
ashy y..r the City of Key West t l Cargoes the annual membership meeting in the next six months.A 1:00: P.M.-Golf Tournament. Key West Golf i in the service ef MM u. S. NowJ It. .f MVI -... 14",,
.... es.....dent. $$3&1.no. of the t will be set. rough d\aft of the plans fur I Course. Navy teams vs.Golf Club ,i at the Marie lilwtr.I Mee -ee erl-uiwd .. ... t-
U4.. ...-at of S354.101 ap-| The visiting directors have been the entrance of those nations in teams, not entry fee. I I An exptoMUuM ef he idepa .... thlk .... ass ..........
......._ CKarle ft Roberts AUo! Threaten General invited to be guests at the monthly the alliance has already been pre 1CO: P.M.Baseball Game at the Naval Station [I that were t lie* .Im .... wr.aek. Rey 1lh.i .ili ttrt,
luncheon of the division
C- ....... Arrrtor ] merchants. I ... Grounds. F.S.S. vs. Naval Station ing of the U-Bwt wes epiaed t At MM save ==_.. w
to .-comPtroner.1, J JO. Strike In Northern I of the New Smyrna Beach pared. y Civilians. j by a oWlunc ..... _.r a ....- --. .1MrlAstk I., ."
r.yieried..... Spaldin I Iunpins France If Strikers Chamber of Commerce, which Besides the United States and 4:00: P.M.Baseball Game at the Naval Station h: speaker .,...*.. wlrNs,. ....... /IIIIMse I. .
""-" $I6 .880.42 of I I will take place at the Indian Riv- I Canada the objective is to includein Grounds. P.W.C. vs. FawTulant"COL i! After the .....I..eI. eet..Ithn. I t I Ie Merlsd 0. M Bo....,
to cd Further er Plantation at 12:15: p.m. the alliance Portugal Iceland, I .. .... .... .
MM total amount appropriated j Kepres( '! Monroe county residents invited m m m WWW |
.K ....... durin the remaining I I to the meeting are Harold R. I Italy Norway and Denmark. :
AaxM-latrtl Prru)
.e. myelin. of 1948. Roberts'* PARIS IBr The Oct. .-Leaders of the Laubscher and J. D. McAndrews,I At present five countries are 1 BRINTON TRAVELEDWHOLE Navy Day Visitors Sec
....... fcowred. Roberts' report Key West; Margaret Meski, Tav- I .
in the alliance. Great
General Labor Confederation today -
olc. ......d: I ernier. I
That of HM total appropriation issued an order stopping Britain, France: Belgium, the i '
.rf .....4. to the and Department Finance.of{I workmen from unloading ships Licenses Due I Netherlands and Luxembourg. !i{ I WORLD IN ARMY\ Display At Boca Chica Field

AitsaiiMilratKm that have arrived from the Uni- The agreement among those
.,MI R has been expended I I countries is that attack t Entered U. : ;11- .
an on
months. 1 1Ttiot ted States with cargoes of coal any Military Anti Subinarias fkrdihps.eM I '.
AITMMI MM first nine '
of the total appropriation for France. I On OccupationsA of them will be to consider as an At 19 35 YearsIn : Military Academy at West Poinands t, ''SquMron ONE (VX.II ettt/.id' .
Spent ; ,
I i'
; wtri
w eewtleD fIOs r
attack the other four. '
." Mll..4i U the Department of tIS The confederation also stated in I' on j : upon graduation in June oi t lU store of Navy Day rsaMns
*** Safety. $8447%.98 had I I city; license inspector will; agreement will be modified in the j Various Army Duties 1903 was assigned to the ArtilleryCorps. today when. .... h..e was tech. .MIt. Attlrlre M ne/ira.+ -
its order that if the government of the United States at least j .._. ,. .d led h'l
Mon. .spended in the first nine : start out Monday morning to see case I particular branch was.at i Bar Clue FteM. May "
resorts to any further repressive i that all individuals and where war can be declared only .I_.... .. AIr r..
groups I | At Many PointsBy later designated as the Coast Artillery In hanger No 2 were ......... ti
TWt-.. MM total of $33.460 ap-I measures on the coal miners, a organizations in Key West have' by congress. i Corps and he remainedwith'this I ,: exhibits of swell aprlp- PINY I ( .... .
to the Department of 1 1prltpri.Md general strike will be called in I taken out their occupational licenser iI COLONEL H. E. PACE I branch until his meat M efortrMMe. Nb.1.he1 NMe, ........ ....... ... tIM MI".. .
p..w.c WNre. $37.464 had been nine Each individual, group or organization i Palace Theater I tember :30, 1933. In the Link TrMtwr .rig. quack aefff eft. Fi F 1 1C'mtullsd
espsndehi in the first ] S. Army retired, who died at the ] j
the and sol- ,
rlerieWe. I Meanwhile, police I I will be given 24 hours I Ii ,I II I Although Colonel! Brinton's pet. some visitors tried deli bead AIIsimu..ed ( u. Pass
diers continue to arrest strike I which obtain their i Douglas Fairbanks. Jr.. and Naval Hospital early Tuesday .
$203.148 in to licenses. I manEnt branch of service was th: I imrtrwmMWI flying sod --
"bat of the total I of
Joan Bennett in morning, was born in Pennsylvania -
Pwbhc Service 140898.84 leaders. More than 500 have been f j They will be compelled to pay the I I Coast Artillery Corps he filled]I i discovered that blind. fljrM. MI
&II June 9, 1880. At the of I +
on age
(Continued on Page Seven) I jailed charged with rabble rous- 1 regular fee plus a 10 per cent pen- I, "GREEJV I 19 he entered the United States j i (Continued On Page Sever the ground was fun but HMW: New BATTERIES.feiwr a. Gn
__ I I;ing. government officials said. i alty if they had not taken out HELL"I I -! difficult than it first eperd.
-----.clllJllII. IIIIo. I their licenses by Saturday noon. I I! h Among the aim aft oni dhsp/av" t:...,"""' 1 JI.. M..eef&r

TeaFENDER9 j All of the individuals groups I FOR SALE! FOR SALE!II i were a P2V-I (Navy N/rpttw', -......... -
Oil I Spray aced CHASSIS-I I WANTED! i t and organizations who have not POOR OLD CRAIG I, MIAMI KEY WEST a sister ship of the famous .?'M KEY: WIWT ALTO ".\M'1Ii' '

It MVM .Jia9 s Mt of ftndtn! !I taken out their licenses may be SERVICE STATION \1I BARGE LINE. Inc. Good Used Cars i culent Turtle" which ..ww..tM-d III h.l ...... ..... HI
Manager for Small Hotel I fined up to $50 or sentenced to CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS: i long distance records tr) 1 IU/i
Lou Smith Auto Sir lciwktt. Couple Possible to Hold as much as 60 days in jail if they I Francis at Division Phone 9134Y..r TELEPHONE 6 I TWINS GARAGE :!
PhoM M*. I wish to continue to do businessin PURE OIL Dealer !
at nmia Other Position !
or&I Next Leaves Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer.
fTCJ Crease Spray Barge
Barracks the city.iYELLOW ILET 4Miami. I
Opposite Army WRITE TO P.O. BOX 708 J
-T---I ,: UO Change Your Oil : nu _._ FrL.- .nH.IT'S (Jr'. _2<-) TELEPHONE 169DELICIOUS
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CURB SERVICE TELEPHONE 81& I I 1 t Charcoal Broiled 1..I..r. LeIS Help Bring .

SELLING EVENTFor With A Nice Bottle of

For Salel! For Sale!

: e Thick 1 MILK SHAKES 1918 Panel DODGE Truck-Like, 1/New-Ton Full DetailsI : Back to Key \Wt\ I

,i, ,", Kinds, of San ihcichet and Soft/ Drinks i, NAVARRO'S, Inc. TURN TO PAGES 4 and 5 c...... For b) Ot-tt".II'k &&'101"" '. II
Opposite Bus Station WHERE ELSE?
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\11? rg IIhl1t iitiznti CREDIT OR DISCREDIT Radio I .... ... .... ... ... .... .... .... .... .... ........ .. ............ .; |

Usk.. D.Ci bMp' asadar, by -- ProgramsBy I rODAY'- i iff Planrigi ly ft e Navy --if
I. P. &ATJIAJI. ....... S4 "WIll' It would nothing short of discredit- I Tb Associated Prtu' I [ Super Aircraft till
....... Do A.t1711J..s.... ....g.e j jDaytime I

' Gems. C3Ua. ..4a...BallAla BB Btr* U able to Monroe county if only a small part BIRTHDAY ,
__ 1)aaly $. ta X.r Wait aaaM Summary, .
of the voters in the to the
wsp Omaty county go pollson toteetca1 programs I. listed belOw -
I are broadcast at the same time Molt. By (ff) Newsfearum
,***.d M Ky W.rt. n t14*. U 1MOCI1I4 claaa matter Election Day.A day IhrollSl" Friday.Twine ia astern I
standard. For central standard tub. -.................
....E. .r THSI AflOCIATEO PRESS score of members of the Fuller tract one hour;for- mountain stand
T a. I& Pr_ u .zci.aiTir .atiud to ard two hours. OWEN D. YOUNG, born Oct.II
41ee_ ... ...,....u.. ..( U1 _we 4Upatch erNtte4 _Warren Campaign Committee met Mon- 27. IpH. at Van Hornesville.! N. I
M M Mt aa.eer4. credited la this paper, and
'_ 1M Iseal ..ors ..a.u..... asrw day night in County Judge Lord's office OCT. '25 THROUGH,.OCT." 29 I farmer.Y., son of He a
.. Y... and every one expressed his determinationto 1:00-Honeymoon In N. "f>i-nbo I w worked his
........- Lee Breakfast Club.bl:15Bartiyar4 ; through
&....._ .k.W LTi exert himself in pointing out to voters Folliea.cba' school way and be-
Lot .30-me Clerelandaires
tb..khtm ..21ADYSAft..e generally the importance of 'voting next Bob Pool. Shew-fob* ,I came :an out- ...
10:00-Fred Waring i
KATESM4 ; SboifMlM{ standm* law-
X...a .. ApplicationAS Tuesday. My Music Story For Drama You--<;ba aba. ,. a year. .In 1919

segClLL JIIOTICII Committee members,,,|p6inted out, .10:30. Hoar of SertaU-nbo j he
The Godfrey Hour created lha
*Mte* ..44.... care..t tbaaka, r aolntlon -cb \t.l1OOKa \s a
f r >*. MtMry *-1-.. r..... sto, will be that residents generaUyiliWthe county Say It.With >;uslc- Radio Corporation ,
.are tr at ta.* rat .f 1* cata a llaa : Kyser Shbwiae: i :
li.tt..* fr .at.rtala..at fcy. cbartBM from which should make it a point to vote, because the 11.45=S.rUU5 itra.-cb. ,; if j. of America -
r*....... !. !. N 4.rtT.4 arc i ont a Una, interests .Afternoon .
.... CHi_ .. a* *P.. fonim and iBTltai dUf involved concern the entire ( 1 In 1922 tie
e.soir B M1> toM sad abjvcu of local or 12-00: Welcome Travelers-aba 'Owen D. Young became
..* .* UUMM. b.l U will act vubllah aaooymootMEMKR count Kate Smith Halt-Hourmba 1 1 I man of the chair 'i.k .
Ma.rsikitl..ae Residents should realize the impor 12.30-Word* and Maite-nbo S \ board of General R
Bill Slater at Lunch mbe Electric. He earned his place
I tance of voting for Amendment 3, which, 1-00 1:1-1I&pp: -MuIo.Half Hour,:obe l history by authoring the Young in

if adopted, will give Monroe county 2-00-Double Ganambsa or Nothing-t -abe j., plan tions for settling German repara R
after World
Breakfast to War L
I senatorial district of its If the Hollywvpd-abe } '
t. own. county Queen for a Pay-mba L

7948 is placed in that status, a good many things ,Z.30 Bride-SerUIa and for Groom 3%-bra abo.-nt In making a cooked vegetable Y

I a \.Y that are not obtained from the state will l J-00: Tbe-Lad Hope tee B.Chest Seated-mb-aba' a salad marinate the vegetables in

be obtainable then. Among those thingsare Ben Alexander SDow-mbs few tangy French dressing for a d
t.JO: -ThB House Party-cba hours before serving. Add t
.... I lateral roads on the lower and Red Benson Show-mba ., tablespoon or so of mayonnaise

;:- De0v3HITf FOR KEY WEST upper chains of the Florida Keys. 4:00 Second-Hint Honeymoon Hunt Quli--cbs aba i. desired.before putting on salad greens if i

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN As was pointed out at the meeting, 4 a.::00 30--Winner Treasury Tak.Band All-cbs-cbs \.-

Monroe county has never been given such Kiddles Hour (west repeat I hr.
and mbs LEGALS
.. L Wort. Betel and Apartments. roadways by the State Road Department, This is an artist's drawing of the U. S. Navy's IS..-4I. lath-deck air ,. furrc .....
L & Beach and Bathing PaTilioa.v though many other counties in the state \OTMK OK I\TK\TIO\ MtKK proposed by the late Admiral Mare A. MiUefcer. dc a1la .! late carrier tau -f t.dci....,
1. AJrpor'tI-LaDd and Sea.- have been 'NETWORK PROGRAMS APPIir.%TIO\ Felt UN,*I. since October, 1945. Although the basic deslpi and major characUrttUtc 51 MM .a'p' halo loge
getting such roads regula;ly. ti I I HIM HA It OK fixed, the location of certain structures such as the alaefcs, derate?* sad tae I4>i.<.cci.4<> brMfe,
-' C Consolidation of County and Senatorial pressure in most instances, was .tral Time standard is caster subtract standard.one hour For"n.,formountain l\ (01(Probate HT Law' IU3)' is still under study. The artist's conception reflects the Navy'present pleas far l*. carrier A..
City Goreroments.i. standard subtract two J11M.I-.IV! AMI TIIK ( O \T1 largest U.. S. Naval vessel to eoastractcd .e far, the thJp will ncaew IM f..e< l.e.*t 4M nlwaterline r
-.... Community Audittnlual.4r the cause of having the roads. constructed tieurs. Some local stations change *0t%T1, .''TATI.; HIK OK I-LOIII""nUtnt: than the 45,000-tom 9IID\VAY-class ,carrtcr Her *v.raH IfMlk ei<. k. INS feet B.
elsewhere. Monroe\ county will be in hour Last ninute.f relay progrj to fit( Meal schedules. PHOR4TK.. water-line beam will be 130 feet and maxlmara fixed width left M 111}.. %iel I :
changes can- -
t In
--- a net tot included.. .t DA re lALHl"HY the Estate of structures which may be hinged op or dowa the mailmBrn widtfc .| Ukt. titftt* .. .. 1e4 I;
position to exert similar pressure shouldwe Dervaned. Speed will be about 33 knots. -...... is,, ?k.FuIZ

1 4IMONOGRAMI have our own senator. WIDNISDAY OCTOBER 27 To Notice All Whom in hereby It May siren Concern that: Ellen ___ .
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; But there are other reasons for voting. tvtming ; I Lucille frit.b filed her final report

:: o..ar. Readers: We should give President Truman the IOO-.News Report 15 1.I1D.-Dbo as Ada ArtmUi.Htratrix EL Albury deceaiuxl of the, etttate that she of :TODAY, IN HISTORY ,1 of New York City..... IX ..1111 _,d don "iv (..''fn..... i.

:- Newscast Every BJ.c-.t. filed her petition fur final discharge !lion fine wfctn .......... I -t NHJ, i Vr.rlc.r PiardL
This writer knows men who have largest proportionate in the United I Network Silent sad that ah"ill" *oplr to the Hon- (Know A'-ierical) | ,
Kiddies Hour (repeat)- bc-we I New .. .
: orable Raymond R. Lord County t' 187*-Burfton rob VWfciCHyli ..aR.. ip that
:worked for 60 years so that they could States because of what he has done for us, Kiddle Network Hour SUent(repeat(1 far.))--mbswastt.1S mba-east Judice of Monroe County. Florida, 1787-First of the historic Essays Manhattan BMtk .f IMM> I ... ..... ..,f.... ,I.

= take it .ay" In their old age; when the and we should solidly support Fuller Warren Sports-Talk i Music Time-Time-cbs nboCueat on for the approval! 22nd* day or same of 24vvember and for final 1948.disiohargre tution, ,defending the Written new Consti- than two million dofttan.t ,. .ase.rrf. h.Mu.e of burnt

=- -im! arrived they weren't here. and the remainder of the Democratic ': $-Newscast by Three-nb estate of Ada a5 Adnunlntratrlx BAlbury, dereaxed of flit' I ,appears.by Hamilton] Jay anonymously and t 1919- PreMdMt Wiban w/atlw ..
.: ticket. Lowell Thomas (repeat 11)-cbs on this 2>th day of October" 194X. Ma ison. the Prohibition t E Elattmit .... ..141 A .' II r.IMlmr
THE ORACLE 7.-OO The-Suppr Beulah Club Skit-nbc-baalo cbs Administratrix ELLEN U'C1LLICRIBH.. 1 3J-Henry Feed I.UM. .tacit I"" -..."...,." -
Ir Be sure to vote. If we do so on a large News and Commentary.-abe .Ada H. Alhurv of the, deceased.oet.27nov.3le1 estate -of 1810-West Florida annexed to I t gible fee Gover.itteM twMis.asI terte a' 1..... Iii.re,.,
Fulton Jr.mf:1Xo.a Louisiana Presidential Proclamation
.. I scale it will be to,our credit; if our per Lewis.and Comment-obe ; .1948.r -consisted: by of the Baton- i j because he had ntNRrV ....... ... -
Jack Smith Show-cbs Code. aJthoudi ...... fuser & 14t.. .
centage of the 1% TIIK i re but
= SITUATION SEEMS rinriiT ( district
PECULIAR qualified vote is small i it Daily ComlDOntalT-abo OIRT OF Rouge whose people had ,
I m. Dinner Dat.mbs7:30Smootbia EI.H\'E\Tlt' JIIH4IAL. THP.I declared independence from : every requir..at in it. Ie .(1.....!h .al I aN.rt Pod. ..
will be
to discredit.The ( I IT
: our Trio-aba. Hlll.t.OP IN THE A\I STATK FOIL OK' '\ Spain and asked admission to the i 193*- Jersey! CHy. N. J, etibrirt. Ws>.ties.
The vWt of of State Mar- Bob Crcsby Club-cbs l'tlf\T9'. ted by Federal _. .
Secretary Lone Ranger Drama-abe It 4IIAXKK1.: United States.1838Missouri. Ju ce tfmm sttr- -- --
I .. .
t _hall U Greece emphasizes the fact that, average citizen will become intensely I News Comment-mbs ;Tune C. St.1tnIK11cSK1>.. J,_19J.n"ARI : governor's "Ex--.jfennc,j with drat Nberttrs.I ,. -

h with the loyal if it 7.45 News News Broadcast Comment cbs nbe I Plaintiff. termination Order" drives Mormons I 1941-Pre4Went RAM**** lellg. r.' .. Street KLLS TW fall..
even help of American munitions means
a fifty per cent increase i Sports Comment-mbe ix1nSTHF vs.. 11FF.iF.P.SCHttixl1VFFi. DIVORCE out of the State and some I the people that ".houpn. .Ha.
= tn. Greek Government has not yet managed in in income. ':00 Mr.-Blondie Chameleon.& Dawoo4-nbo Drama_.b 'f || efendant 15,000 take refuge in Illinois. I started? STAR BRAND

5T to take care of its guerrilla enemies. The Amateur Hour-abc TO:OKUKK lN>r>.the OK I,eemer I't KLIC S<'hodow'ATION..kl, 1840 Sixth census figures 1942-Eeonem* dita4or Jan*. AM 1CAii
Ion This mbs COFFEE
r The open borders around Greece, totether TO DROP BOMBS ANYWHERE ':30 Can-Great GndersUeve Top .1SI1...... Angeles i san Fernando 41. California.toad shows 17 country's million. population a littleover I I F. Byrnes limits salaries to ..... tll
r- with Dr. Christian Drama-cbs You are hereby Ia year. -Try A .... T...
the fact that neighboring High Adve tur.. Drama-robs pear to the Bill of required Complaint to ap for 1871-Notorious "Boss" Tweed t 1943 Ameneans and AUtM I.( : i' !

countries are lending assistance to the The mass formation of bombers that 155-H: Gardner Songs mbs divorce in the, almve styled ause onor -- --- --- --- ---- .-. -
OO-The agernbeYour before the 20th
= Duffy day of November"
guerrilla, make the campaign somewhat operated during World War II is a thing Song and lline.*-cbs A. 11 1>41. otherwise the allegation t
MUton Comedy-abo therein will be taken
4 If difficult and lJeut.-General'' James'At'Van.Fleet of the-past, according to General George GaDne B.Heat.atiet-mDa -mbs; This Order is I.!..".. pulilUhed ax ronfeimed once t
'.15-News Bra a week for four consecutive
; representing' the United States I C. Kenney, head of the Strategic Air .30-District Attorney Drama-nbo in The Keyent. Citizen. a newspaper -

I' e'= Army, aajra that the Communist-fed groups Command, who says that, in the future, I James Groucho Melton Marx Concert Quiz--abo cbs., *.T.' \.t. published Florida.IndK in the City vf Key When the Frost Is. 1 :
Hollywood mbs 19th
btory- this
are capable of maintaining a force of one or two big bombers will penetrat, 9:55- News for.S Mlnutesmbs da> of. October, A. I>. 1114>1.4s.aJa. .
I n(iSS.: CivAVTER
about 25,000 men.Ambaaeador enemy country, flying at 40,000 feet or 10:00-The. Bip Story: Drama bo. Clerk of th< Circuit (Court
Time A Wastln' cbs I f '
j Henry F. Grady, in Ath- more at night and pin-point bomb loads Bmg Crosby s Forum Show--abc mbs f rOplnionau. t Monro\ fly Kathleenottage.County. Florida.. t ton

eta admits that the situation is "not com- with a radar sight. 10:30-Curtain Time Drama-nbo \ (S.1) Allan It. O..:>.r...Deputy Jr Clerk. the

pleteljr satisfactory" but does not believe The General does not think that the :Meredith Capitol Cloakroom-cb.\\ llaon Show-abtf e I I -*.1. Attorney for'*t.20-2nov Plaintiff 3-1A."4S. Coke- efresh j
Dance Orchestra-mbs i
tbe fighting has developed into an enemy can stop an airplane flying at 11-00: -News. Variety t hrs.-As, j\
w> iaternational battle between Communists such heights and News &: Dancing Hour-abc
evidently, has in mind Newt Dance Band 2 hrs.-inbsII
and anti-Communist forces. Mr. Grady ,the possibility of dropping atomic bombs. :IS-News &" Variety. to 1-nbc THE .
U:00-Danciue Continued '
reports that the United States has The Air Force has recently tested the B- -abc-west SPEEDY SIRE (

; "abundantly equipped and supplied the 36, described as the world's biggest lon gYour REUEFFORAC1DGARDNER'S

Greek armed! forces" but distance bomber Horoscope
suggests that I with a range of 12,000 /NP/GFST/ON

*:* more and more effective cooperation i is miles, and the possibility of carrying ten WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2?.

needed. tons of bombs. 1948-Today's mind is harmon C .

rr The Ambawador made no commentwhen General Kenney calls i i1; the airplane ious sonality and shrewd agreeable and and capable.the per-In'I I 1 1 f ,

asked if the Creeks, believing that for the strategic destruction '"of any conceivable the stronger natures this will result I' )

:; the United States cannot pull out, are not enemy, anywhere, in any war in success as measured by theworld's I
::: making a full military effort in within the standards: but in the
the belief next five I
years. He says that t weaker ones, the disregard of the PHARMACY!
;; that they can assure more aid from it will make possible aerial operations, financial end of the question may 1114 Division St., at Varela

-w the United State from bases in the United States, "any- prove .handicap, for devotion 19 /bont 177 Tree Delivery}
the fine arts will be excessive.
The conditions now existing in Greece where in the world against _
a possible - -- -- -
ag- .
illustrate the well-known -
truth that it is i gressor. ""' .
< - --- -
IT easier for a country to get into involved

tl"" operations than to get out of them. At the Contrary to most shining examples it Overseas Transportation

acme time when the United States made is possible for an individual to be healthy,

:: iu decision to extend assistance to Greece, wealthy and wise.PENSIONS .

"' t there was practically no other course. Company, Inc.Fast I

AIR SHUTTLE SUCCEEDS Dependable Freight and Express Service ,
--.. -betweeu- I a

-::-:. With American and British planes Senator Robert think that A. Taft the suggestion, of Ohio, that made ford by- MIAMI' and KEY WEST I .

carrying close to 5,000 tons of food mer Presidents I' '
an of the United
States be Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS s i JrM
supplies into Berlin I
every day, the Western given a "substantial pension," is vorthy Between Miami and Key West .
powers have announced that the daily of attention. J

'. rations In the three Western sectors of The ex-Presidents of the United Express Schedule: !

Berlin will be Increased by two hundred j States receive no pensions or other considerations (No Stops En Route)
-. The I! the Government they SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Arrives .
approach of winter and the prob-I served. While their widows are given a at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid. ,

ability.. that house-heating will be a rarity 5,000-a-year-pension the Congress has night. I

-. In the three Western sectors LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
of Berlin not seen fit to provide for the future of ,
make it our SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid-
to food
necessary increase
the Chief
Executives. niorht and arrives -at Key. West at
ration. Senator Taft believes 6:00 o'clock AJ4. .
that I
The action of the Allied Forces of Occupation year would Local Schedule
not too much .and he also : '
-: seems to indicate some confi i .I suggests that ex-Presidents be ? (Slops At All Intermediate Points) t
.. dente that the air shuttle has .jjiven a nonvoting LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
beaten the i seat, with speaking SUNDAYS at
privileges, in ) 8.00 o'clock \
= RUAAian blockade. The margin of safety, the Senate. A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 l t. -

= however" is email and the cost is consider.LI There is o'clock P. Me.
nothing with
gestions and there might be considerable SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and

benefit to the nation from them. Certain- arrives at Key. West at 5:00 o'clock '

:: The world's most overworked word, ly a former Chief Executive regardless P. M. I' :

= in fiction and life, U the word "love." of Party affiliation I H. 1Jif
-.. would be a valuable FREE PICK-UP: and DELIVERY SERVICE ..
asset to the nation. The i
IU A genius is experjpnce ac- FULL CARGO INSURANCE
an individual IOUUD
who UNDU
has quired '
during the A'"o'n
o. tat
sense enough Presidency would continue MAIN .OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Francis .J COCA.CO& C-.ePae. .f 1
..i, to get along with less fortu- to be available in connection with PHONES: 92 AND 93 Sts. j KEY WEST COC\4uL\: IIOTTLINC V.

2 nate human beings. discussion of legislation. cO, II.\"Y

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The WeatherFORECAST I' . a. _.a:. .. iI.1t . . ammIIDmlUllUU>>_",IIUIt1. 't __oJ... "- HUBIIDoing ,
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iCLASSIFIEDADS : Key West In !I Wlmt's at the

Fare WrM tIM Vfem.jr: Mostly,, ,
l kh m+h Mrwn* iwrthea*. rlytc !Days Gone By AHMED. SERVICES
today unigfei and Thurt9oal Y. I.c.A.

IJ >toy ..It warnings ere .... tnfonnafioa. !, fur the Advertisers f AS TAKClT FROM TILts i ".Ja SOd Square, Whittfcad
-- ---
bMW 4MpUvtf.PhiiMte a.1Tra I"tffl HliGULAR, ace PATMRNTf ( OF THE CI'fIZ1N'OP l and Sot h 'Stitit.
Prtly rJoudy thru 1I..Aca.rAf'a ,'ypac Payment r clamiifled a.hfftf. }
Meats OCTOBER 17. !!)' AftYrretlwttlllt.
is In advance. bat >
TItw... ......' mo.Uy cloudy ,,, A.veNt..Ntlnt. fiad? (hi. 6iad regular adT.rlte ra with Mgrt mt- ;
I ..tm ..Alt.r4flowers along ex.'i, *111 k. |n* rt.d tn th fitly** attce fount may have their ad.erttsa- iminifliiiiuiftnmiiiimmitiiumflim: Hrmi t ai i MONDAY:

route sovihron coaiUl region.i i I I I rate, tut of tae Ie'a H>word ntm.m(or ef..Plte'.r lath tni.ertMw mentitharprrt.BLMJATIO. nRAttUNKi f Navy Day is being observed in 1 1, 9.00, PM.-Juke Dot dattee.
I- ., the flea It words or less U Key West A Naval radio "
cr.rile in temperature. : 30c.. be'trnIThuecft Bbllrail n copr mast today I I "Truth ofConseI -
,. Hut-m .!* thru the Florida The ward,rate and for the Marfcfarr minimum type charge 1* 3e for a 'clock in the Is.n morning offic of.before the day 11 station atop of the old post office 1 1I j I quencea Quit Show.. "

.****: SaaoJI RIft warrunr' An.': tU first II wardi is Ue: .rr ol publication. building, broadcast about Navy .TUESDAY ,

I aUH .O...m auth of Miami : --_ .1 I Day to naval craft. and the mer- {I 7:30 P.M.Shufsicfis fle boatd ,ses-

C *M ... K.... Moderate north.. chant marine. i I t on the p3tio.I .

... tt .... winds over south I 1 1 I newt Aft et adrertlstntt ttrorta ad M*.t-tttHK.accepted trahsleot mdef ibr or contrary flowing TIle rftndlUunn OtU o: will In tb be<,I lI I 9:00-P.M.-Ttfeatre Group meets.

iMriMMi .... gate to fresh ,, .po.JbJe wetv for the firm tn* rtinn In fUMiflnlWlrrrtUUc.. and ID A dispatch in The Cittzen today ,,, WEDNESDAY .

F rail ami NortrwM wtruoreri;; :: rlr the' ": ya'SSWMw1,the! a.-tual the error amount encut.of cpaee t.ecvpied. b? the from Tallahassee says that i I 1:00 P.Mltospitaf.Fisiii t "p.
MHMh omtwti unpt moderatlfry the public schools in Florida this I[I I 8.011 P.11 I.-Dance Class (Begini' -
r,8. M u e r t9 i f4 fir *
D. r r i r ,
*.ron. i fir the Keys thru Thu* fiscal year will get half a milI | .
Pail n:>rtn portion partly WAHTCD 1 FOR SALE I lion dollars more than they did 9:00 P.hi-eOle Country
t .e..nv --.th.....'" with ,** j last year from the Motor Yericle 'I Party".

ilhtswm or vKtrrme south porMM. Ail qualified voters to Vote. NO i Gray marine engines and service Commission. !{ (Square Dandtf, Virginia

1 i}I for Amendments 1 and 2. .Reward ,I c. R. Smith opposite Firestone Iij I Reels).
= RM O.M: Gentle to moderate : Good Schools. Apply:, Station Mara then.' octl-lmo The Key 'wt Beautification I I THUIS1iAS':

w.r..... a4 east winds ever )i Classroom Teaekers. j-_. Committee and the Garden Club I 3:00 P.M.-Photo Class.

...... portion, moderate over the i,1j oct25-6t t: jI f White enamel, $2.75. reviewed today the progress in I r r >:30 P.M.-Dmee. Orchestra.
I. ........ .......... and moderate to; white paint, $2.75 and $3.75 beautifying the town during the FRIDAY:
....... per(fi *:19 RMMovies, Bridge Par
wat Mtmne south porhm LOST ; gallon, up. 50->fL 16" garden'.year those civic organizations
Ittwl ( Tnwndav. Partly hose $3.95. Doherty &*Co., 848| have ,been Operating. Many trees I ties.SAURDAYs .
f ....4 wfwifcer with a few Brown leather Wallet in vicinity' 1 Olivia, Phone 159;. oct19-tf and plants were put out in vari-I
.......... over extreme south por. J Greyhound Bus Terminal/ containing ous parts of the city, and Bay- I 8:15 P.M,-MoVies..
10:15 P.M Second show (
th view Park looks better than -
important papers. Re- i J 2 dinettes, 2 steel beds, 3 inner- now I
W..... CanbheonGentle to j j ji ward. Phone 495-, 630.DeyI '. ever before.' I feature)
...... vonoMc wind thruoccasiorui1 Street ocl27-ltx spring mattresses 2 dressers.I t SUNDAY
i I i.l chest. of drawers (all in good i i
7tt+itR.d1... ft:4S AJU.-Java Club.
r1ft'Pt WPA announced today that
.1 I condition). 708 South I
fish Ie ..... 2:00 P.M. Classic Houi1.
: .tr HSwrh' wits i i TRAHSPORTAflOUDrivrhg: ; Call i' $17,000 has been allocated for -
; oct23-5tx' .
"*of ..tr. mr north portion this mor.ning. . the improvement of buildings in i 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour.
;. after...... CuniUuable eioudltrr. I : .1 f the Navy Yard. Coffee ,and dough-
to Connecticut
on or 75c size Mead's Dextro-Maltose 'i
.* with M-otamrf thowcrs over nuts.
.-........ north ....ion. other about Nov. 12. Take fwd female i No. 1, 2 cr 3, 63c Poor Old s night will en-eel1
passengers. Shays expense Craig. 1019 White Str et.I j Electra be Ob : .un iuu uil1N' ""' "" llu I...
wry partly ..**., with scat .
i. New cat References j tomorrow by Fern Chapter, !
...... Mw.wot 1 | oct27-ltxj
exchanged. Mrs. fiaundcrs- 1 j Order of the Eastern Star; in] N.C.C.S.
1111101.7K Call SSS:!.!. oct2f2txHELP ', Scottish Rite Halt.
Two showcases. 905 $imont6n
"v W*... ft. Ort 27. 1948 I ----
,f ..rot.rv0r..t MMI Pity Office,' WANTED-MALE I; Street oct23-tf f Robert W. Pinder, Jr., who I 1021 Duval Street

*M Ma EST I I had been visiting his parents, DEFENSE FORCES
: William & Mary period. Schraff Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.
Teawerature Salecmsn, permanent "position Pinder.J -
....... ........ .... JI\I with old established northern grand piano. Reasonable. Telephone I returned yesterday to his homein I'KOGRA3i4UwUUlWfUlWlliUIWIWN .

I.- ...l .....1t 71 manufacturer for jobber con 136. ()('t26- t Miami. : lflW i'

MA 7"1MwM.l i tracts. Experience helpful bu; I
._ __ 78 n"t essential. Writs Citizen Complete set bathroom fixtures. Voting People's Sodality of MONDAY
Proefpftation Boy CAB. 6rt25-3t : Second'h md. Phone 68-M. St.Vary's Star of the Sea Roman 7:30. P.U.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY .
..... Ire M iMirm .00 ins.I oct26-2t Catholic Church arranged for a ,

<. 'ir11.I Mir mon '.n ins Ifi I HELP WANTt2L. pre-Thanksgiving dance at a 16:00 A.NL-Bowling,. for Navy
...... i f>-... mnnth 'nv Howard floor mod 1 radto- hon J- meeting held last night Wives. at U S. Sub
MALE OR FEMALfi. graph combmaion. Sacrifice. ....:.....-.. .
..s MIll 3Me 11,70 ins.! Base Bowling Alleys.
....... HomUity.W Full-time First Bapiist Studio couch, $50.00. Numerous A bingo party will be held 7:30 PJrf.-Hospital Party (2nd
." a.m. .. other household articles. tomorrow night by the American Tues.)
1r4R.remwtn Church. Salary. Call Mrs 611 William Street oct26-3tx Legion Drum and Bugle Corps WEDNESDAY
Thelma Porch choir director,
in the Guard Armory.
I 12.30 P.M. Hospital Fishing
I 41-J. eci213tWANTEDSAUSMEN Trip
.. .... 1..11. L'114 Notes (Promissary), Ic each. Art 2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club.
i .. .. _-4.1 fI'bs.T. nan Pre-'s, Citizen B'.dg., Phone Today The Citizen says in an 7:00 P.M.-Juke Box Dance,

.......'. Almanac 51. aug2-tf editorial paragraph: games.

t ..wr.. ':31 am.ir.taa THURSDAY
Four years ago W. E. Burden was FOR SALE-USED CARS "A reformer is a man who
r ... 5:50 p.m. lit poor health because of con- uses your money to put over his 1:00 P.M.-Se.ing Machines,
rirt 2:33 J
l.ile..tr.l 3:39 p.m. f ming work. He left a good job 33 Ford fordor sedan. Good me- own ideas.** FRIDAY Billards. showers.

as Shipping Department Foreman chanical and body shape all i .
'w in the factory to'sell -round. See at 801 Eaton St I When you bring fresh vegetables -I I 2:00 PM.-Pre-natal Class,
TIWISTomorrow Rawleigh Products in South ct21-6tx such as spinach beans and 9.00 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra.SATURDAY .
c....... _) Shelby County, Tenn. He is green peas into the kitchen from

now in much better health and 1941 Packard convertible, excel- the market be sUre to store theM 2.0Q P.M.Boxing Training.

Hit LowS three tirrres what he was Ileasonable. Phone"136. I show that their vitamin values 9:30 A.M.-Communion Breakfast -
:. a.m. 12,55 a.m. making as a tOT rnan. Thereis oct26-5t deteriorate when they are kept (monthly).

t." PJADDtTfONAL an opening like Burden's in I at room temperature. 100 P'!L-Picnic (sign Up).

City of Key West right notv FOR SALE-HOUSES ----- -- -. .- .. --
I = = =
DATA We invite correspondence or a
III" ss_ lotion: Key West) of if need '
I letter inquiry you Five-room bungalow practically The BEACHCOMBER
Tim. oil] Height of i outside work to improve your furnished. Two bedrooVnS, tile
.tIMTIde. ,high waterO.OfL health and a good income in a bath. stall shower electrically
3 ilia ....... I
business of
your own. equipped kitchen, breakfast-
-..) -eh 10m I 7F ,
Rawtei h's. DepL FAJ-660-216. porch glassed-in front porch.
>>M -- x.,
Memphis Term.oct252728 overhead fans throughout Corner -
..... eudt slit l9n1I1s -3-4-61
;nov lot 100 x 100. Fenced-in
yard. Separate laundry unit
... ... 40nf tti0.AY e
APARTMfiNTS By Reasonabls. Phone
FOR RENT owner.
.... .... -- I II VVaw.YGruua
1114-J. oct26-5t Dutt.ato!
.... tills) +_ 18m +1.4 ftI I,
Furnished apartment 3 rooms and r iioiaAYGoawAr

.... ..04 I bath. Maid and janitor services House, completely furnished.
linens and utilities fur- Large lot. 1414 Leon Street
Mtom aifn: Correction
nished. Summer rates. Coral oct23-6tx
I* fee ubtracted.
<-f K...Phi* ...w: Corrections to II Hotel Apartments, opposite Post
Office. oct.7-25tx FOR SALETRUCKSLow
BeTOIl.lVS,Idee d.

-- Furnished 2 i-2-rooir apartment priced used trucks: Dodge

BIRTHDAYSXc Utilities furriished. Children pick-up 34-ton: International

( America) under 1 year accepted. Apply I IH-ton: International 1!j-tem.
015 Windsor Lane. octl-tf;; van bpdy. All trucks in good
*** D. Ymmc famed indus-
19 t ... bona Van llornecville N. running condition. Call in per-

IT'L ft ... .... a..>. Four apartments 'available. 411 son for inspection. 8 A.M. to Cu xttlt.f e -
.. c. Chartoa Burlingame of William Street. octfc-26t* : 9 A.M. Cabrera. Wholesale

I11. Conn., fired psychiato Grocery. oct25-tf
Illi' lira ftoctford. Ill, 63 Apartment for couple only. Telephone rt
.il aLaws.. 263-J. oct21-6tx j FOR SALE 2'.00

3.. Robert C. Richard- 1 BUSINESS PLACES

... w1M.d. born Charleston S.fmtnd. One-bedroom furnished apart-' -
C.. .. ..... I merit Priced with bath, hot One of the oldest buS!:: sses on

.. ....... dean emeritus i water, linens arid utilities turn- (, the upper keys for sale. A.&B.
.* Mglbrvard Law School born ', ished. Couple only. $22.00! Grocery. Doing nice business. Whed :; Think

-'*** v--r. 7. years ago. weekly. Apply 923 White Stoct265t', An excellent opportunity. Liv-
.. .***. Stewart, president of I! ing quarters. low rent. Pay no /
w. good will. $6,000 or $7,000 will
1. YWSIM Uo ver ty. born in
/ ... i handle. Phone Islamorada 7.
.xyears ',0. Furnished apartm Apply 1123}
-IL..... ... ...... C. Powell Of Margaret Street Phons846J.. Billy Conner. oct262txMISCEX.LAJlltOt7
1i... rV....tnt Episcopal oct27-4tx r srsFtLttrta.e.Thick

bY..la .,.,. Lovnmboro, Ala. 57
-- ... FOR fl HT-APARTMENTS \ Of

N. t lben of New York AND ROOMS Washers, irons, vacuums and A The
r the American- !I fans ifoaired. O'Briant, Phone

born in Russia The St.tz HoteL 410 Fleming t 1164M. octl-tf Beathcombtr

,.. .... Street has an efficiency apt.I) STORAGE \ t

and several sleeping rooms vacant .
GARDEN AND LAWN Low weekly or monthly J I t%% ?]his is the tlm4 ;heir friends
SUPPLIES octtif lied Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
rates : commercial. Phone 798. and relatives drop in .. when formal or

i Moves from Hujthes Seed FOR RENf flOOMS oct 1-tf family dinners, buffet service, or simple
..... III .... of yes en. at $3.25.
refreshments are in order. And these are the
Garden and Lawn By day, week or month. Double, -
I .....- c... tlf Fleming St, rooms. Private baths. Air) when fine sterling silver adds rich beauty to
... .... immediate domestic or"
I oct2S-tf cooled. Town Hotel. 801 Sl- service table reflects
your your discriminating
monton St.. Tel. 9273. !! commercial. Holbrook Refne ?
WAHTED TO RENT oct22-tl I j eration Service. Phone 724-VI taste. Decide now that your table will be resplendent 5

.,... & Oct22-6tX I with Gorham Sterling. Ofcr thawing of Gorhom pattern
.kwww !
I ttwnished house or. FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
tar Navy man and awaits jour choice see them how.

1 *, '16'. A3k fore I Overseas Hotel, low rates. Coffee .

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!r j : I[TOUCHDOWN. IN SIGHT-4ISD NO STOPPING HIM :, : oftlnetEthatarOrinS: ; '" thiwrp -\ --- .:nL tttrw
\ UNDERDOGS WIN TWICE Fear Delay LI'M''ftd. I' ... .I.. arOl
tjs..r-r.i. ,,. _.,._..?. L i 111 .. u .1, ? ? away today co; __
I ...M.... ".:.... .1.1Of The "dame r: fitnab ,Never I .,
t ; r # : ; i Deadly l Allies listed as: AU' Pore. partHulafjy |I ) tweed t1',. U.4A..4l .
FROM I SOFTBALL LEADERS ,; about the mouth tongue or Bk| =a; ..- .........
.,-, M J Cancer that does net heal; Irr...).., I I t.lY 1we. .. .
''II / bleeding from a natural badj .. M
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VX-1! tier Anil) i opening, drastic chaste IBhiation chin,t A...... tlM _,....w

Kanlor'ft I I'niprppVlrloruii : I BY DR. JAMES B. PAflttAMOHE habtU: warts, ,mete. *T tvYrrrf r eM ...... are
jGenevieveEwing r xhanf ... er
Half the deaths being caused birthmark that e b****.
by cancer could be shape; MnexpUiticd e ugh or
Over : ,
| Scores Highest Y. Fear and delay are ths di sease"s hoarseness dilfieultj in iw !- .... aet. 'S .. 0....
lull'. .\n<1 Elk: I + lowing: and paoleu lumps" ,
two dea&e&t! allies. _. -
hal* 8p rt Shop and Elks| Bowling Session I : Cancer usually flashes "danger .

Ctttb 1*..t M..h4 were favorite to f Signals"i when it Is in Its early

k' win M tfce Mftball doubl.4 c-der| Navy Wives met at the U S. !stages-and ftrhen the chances: of

i M Bayvww Prk-but both lost' Naval Station Bowling Alleys en I euro Area greatest: Any one of

t Tt* i....4 V3C-I flyers and.Tuesday morning for the second j jf those danger signals also 'should .

,. Kanlsah Mr.*.* Shop emerged bowling session of the season.I l r r $,. be a signal for an examination
,,. by a doctor With the least poskslb'e -
M* fop. I Genevieve Ewing was highest lx I delay:

.:: .it4i hit a home run in the.,scorer with 133; Lillian Meek But thousands do delay i. Either

w Jtavt HMHIIJI! V> tear. the opening.scored 131 for second place and I they don't recognize those warn-

... ., Are ptae and blasted an|tDottie' Murphy and Chris Lowe a. ings or, even if they are suspicious r
ritiirtf fet Aw fourth. hit 1 tied for third place with 117 each they put off going to the
Cooper .
doctor until they are'dri1'en to
i Other bowlers were the Mes-
tirlt. M4e4jr Whits-hurl, Da-1, him by pain or fear.
dames Flo Faulconer Vera Wood (/f) Wirephoto
.... and Frrrman each puled : Trudie Clark, Kay King, Viola f i, Too often they hare waited
i i {lie ; M?. Every membr of j i i Soles, Ruth Larson, Thalma Tatro, FROM THE: LOOK ON Mid FACE nothing u going to Stop Dick Todd (center) of the Washing' : too. long It's too late then. The }
i th e IV.** KH safety. at least j Vivian Driver, Edna Porter ton Redskins from creating UM goal line in gams with! Green Bay Packets *t Milwaukee. And doctor who might have been able t t
41 I. ev ..frWf. HiUrbrunt 'I('Mamie Morgan, Josephine Ad- I nothing did. net even Packer1* Halfback Bob Forte who has a firm hold on Todd.. liege Ed: It[Ito save them if they had come !
IW ...... Uw bl hitler was' cock.' Susie Olsen, Lucille Dials, Neal (right) Packer tacltl.. ii about to pounce: On Todd. The play started seven yards front I Ito him weeks or months before, 1 .
J- Uira.. with a humor and Dorothy Gravat Betty Reineke, t goel line. Todd toted tile ball across end: dragged Forte over tea Washington won. 23 to 7. is forced.to stand by, helpless.
rtMUi. ViUareftl. ) and Roberts Marian Wickham, Hilda Carey Cancer Is not a hopeless disease '
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I afett hM cWbtt. aril Casado hit Eleanor Prause, Anite CohnorI I u Early cancer very often
...... nfcr uncle for the lovers. i I I and Isabel Bliss.! can be cured. But late cancer is
la tw ,grid Sutton Cooper!J I NCCS Executive Secrctsry SONAR BASKETBALL TEAM; PEANUT QUEENs almost always fataL

Itt..ii... WhiU nt and DeRoe,Eileen' S. CoUghlin ,was score- '-- ..... If everyone read and rememBered .ti
IiHsI e karae.. Two dou. keeper. cancer's danger signals-
i. W....... .., the Flyer' cut short. {1- IS PRACTICING DAILY -t j''strikes I if the men and women cancer
r ttlapprd pu* frtMl) ralltca byjJfclLE. t w 1 a. put themselves into the
.... >llarrMtasst. I I II I I I hands of their doctors at the
...w ;. How They Stand( radii Of Ten Of I 1I first suspicious sign-thousands

".. III VS I-11 1 15 3] I FOR HOME or
Last Se'aon'a. Team : mander Blauvelt to substitute ,
.JIIoIiiIiI .III Ml 0- 7 S 3
Tin. lh RobCMIMI. ; I freely and effectively. i!i CHRISTMASTOYS
1111 un ; LOCAL SOFTBALLClass
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Hope : USE
There have been 12 to 15
"11 art I can:
.Iir rwir: 11.ttnn 2. Freeman,I' "A" League! t To Repeat Laurels I dictates out regularly and the + t f rt. ,!

ups; two-Il.e tut. Roberts: Club- W. L. PetBob's i choice of a starting line-up has I Ire ,Ar, "lrr/wrr To Fur fifth V** .,.,.
M*. Mi Vflbrr!; stolen bwesftafttona. : Sport Shop .m 10 2 .833 i Working under the capable di. been difficult. At forwards Pete'
p?'.,, : sacrifice hit: Adams Da l. 8 4 .667 trection of Lieutenant CorhmanJ- Glerdinn ng from last year's'' I NOW ON DISPLAY Clear, '-ur. Cl/PIES or CIU'SHKH HZf.Thompson
% e.I; alfvrfc nut: by Freeman 2, Vets of Foreign War 2 10 167 er Ralph Blauvelt USM. the Great Lakes team, Bill McKee of Use "Our CenyenHdtLAl".AWAl""
W 4.; tMt on balls offS (One more league game: Thurs- I II last year's squad and Bill Olson PLANi(
I ., .H FVc. nan 10: dou-j| day-First_ game Bob's Sport I Fleet Sonar School basketball ,i front New Richmonl t, Wisconsin, CARDS Enterprises Inc.
L1. plies: Suttee to liar ret 1.1 j I IM Shop versus Adams Dairy) I team is practising dally preparing !have shown considerable: ] : t.: I I HALLMARK ,
I........; time of game{ I to defend last season's hard won ''I ise proni i'. 1
.....k; trrripsAhMen and Grif I Class "B" League (I laurels. Gone from last year's :|,j I At center Steve Buchwejtz and R The Hobby Shop (ICE DIVISION: )

... t't'r. Club- W, L. Pet 1 championship aggregation are1'I John Srakettc are battling on HOS Division St. Phone 91 PHONE: ita I KeY WMf FIX

: Elks Club .--- ._ _u 10 1 .909''I'eight of the ten team members :even terms. Buchweitz played ,
J tihre a.e.rsd Came, Kantor's VX-1 Flyers 6-5 .545 Cleaving only Dill McKee and ;, with Ea tside High of Paterson,:: I'
MM* Muted out like a'' Kantor' Men's Shop 5 6 .455.', Johnny Rctunno to carry on. IN. J., and Srakocic wit}, the Tem : ..
...... .. Ore. ...... with a stiff (One more league game: Thurs- j I Among the missing, when the p'e' University Freshman squad I -- ---
'-.- Miw...., scored three in'IwM t day-Second game, VX-1 Flyers!.,j'49 team tykes the floor will be Len Swihart, Bob .wlon: and .
... a ttf*e hits and one versus Kantor's Men's Shop) 'I Seward, Swenson and Callahan,:Johnnie; Rottmno look like capable I .
l.t. tlwjr -.nd f.. fein the sec-1 t' f the big guns in the attack which replacements far the men lost
.ei1. *n iw. walks, single by I gave Sonar a handsome 32 won- I from the 1943 team. .> t I -
I M4is, wed a homer by Kelly LOCAL nASE ALL '. S lost record last season including In addition to these: men Bill I .
j Y.+ >ti s...wtd .rn in the first on : Key West Senior Baseball LeagueMunicipal .! the Island Navy and Class "A" I' hale, Paul Sxhommer and Red ,
w44 arid MM error and in the I ( Stadium) )City League Championships. Garhngton have shown real ability -
MlM. Iwo, two walks and I Club- W. L. Pet, i This year's team will again fea- : and ell will see plenty of ac- I .
a .... .Mr Sbtamen, two singles: Red Raiders ___- 1 0 1000 Ui VHPtf grtr. th m one more l Key West Clowns 1 0 1.00 0(])I shooting attack with the emphasis -I I This squad is rounding into excellent I .
U .* flfth they tied the count f Atomic Bombers .u_ 0 1 OOC)I on speed and condition rather' shape and is ready to Why, You Should Have
M-iur w slk* and a uncle and in American Legion 0 1 OOC 0)I'than height. A strong point may schedule pre-season praeice ..
f MM rus.Mirrt the Elks held: the well be the number and ability :games with any outfit oji the Modern Automatic Electric
KMIMB *. tone hit I of the reserves rounding out the,Island. Teams desiring practice I. :". u* -
TK MM( looked as if they were Sports Calendar I'squad enabling Lieutenant Corn- games call 790, Extension 267 .7

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a Irnaer ui give the Elks two Bayview Park. Nights FIVE BOXING MATCHES\ \ _
t. l-4. $itt in. the fatal sevonthKaMwr'a
.... Men'a Shop won TllURSDAY (/FJ Photo ,
*. WTHT and sintles by Las0ftH.n. First Game-Adams Dairy vs. MISS GEORGIA ROBERTS '

t... a..M4 J a bunt. then by Barber a fielder'stAlssati and Second Bob's Game Sport-Shop.VX-1 Flyers vs.Kantor's AT BAYVIEW TONIGHT (above), 17, of Eufaula. Ala. THE MODERN

Men's was crowned: queen e! the fifth
Oard.ve CVUHOT! the plate with Shop.
Ms wink... naIL FRIDAY Public Imited To tt annual N.ticnal: Peanut Festival -
At .hM .... Lest. were. Solomon. First Game-Elks Club vs.I i at Dothan. Ala. She defeated
Arigwaa and. Rodriguez each hitGMu : Bob's Sport Shop. Attend) Matches Freej Real Rivals{ NowNEW 1 27 rivals for the honor. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
tttitt Iar and Solomon Kelly Second Game-Adams Dairy .1
ar...t IIrSfrt rrh hit two for I'I ... Kantor's Men's Shop. Louis Eisner Will i .
KeMw'.. .In the fk-l<1. Perez I I [ .Act As Referee 'I' YORK-(/P)-Jim Henry Placement Ace
.... arm wonderful' tatches for I SKATING and Chuck Rayner who are bui t WATER HEATER
... sad !Pie Perez and Garcia Bayview Park. Night. Public is invited to view the I II ness partness in Ktnora Ont., : UNIVERSITY, Miss
IfatIIt |*H.| fur the winners, FRIDAY I Navy Day boxing matches to be ;,during the summer: and have been Booby. Oswalt of Columbia.
and Cardova had I 7:30 to 9:00: P.JTLTENNIS presented tonight beginning at 8 rivals for the goal tending job Miss.. quarterback on the Univet-
1 MM* and assists without_ an I p.m, in Bayview Park, it was an- i( with the New York Rangers of the sity of Mississippi football squad.,,
awe oral b. Me.d4K made four i nounced today. i National Hockey League in winter !, last season topped the Southeastern I
.ate. .tn center.i BaJYiew Park. Afternoons There will be five boxing have been separated Henry Conference's placement kick i rIs. .
... RUE. and Nights matches, put on by the Naval Air has been traded to the Chicago era tt-ith 23 points on 38 trails j i
o $4 ISO 132 9 8 3 Daily play I Station. The Naval Air Station ; Black Hawks and will tend the through the regular campaign. He
s 340 000 3-10 3 1 f will try to have some additional ;1 nets for them. The two partners added one for one in the Delta SAFE DEPENDABLE .'
; "'Ke.w.... and HenrKjucz WilGrUfen. I entertainment to Bowl win scored by Ole :Miss. Os
; put On. I are facing each other from -
i/iarrs and I I walt also scored a touchdown foi !
The matches will bringtogeth I: : EFFICIENT
(Bayview Park) ends of the rink this season . MODERN HEALTHFUL
I'\IM' Rodriguez Kelly: Daily I er the following men, with their six more points during the season, .
have*: lafraham. Ueadur play.SENIOR weights as indicated: 'j'I[i To beavers go the distinction I I
!"k out: by Wil- BASEBALL Gnffen, 160 yards versus Cessna I I I.of having played a greater part in Oldest Grid Foe I ECONOMICAL: CONVENIENT PRACTICAL
ItiWILjKftawlN 3.: bases onLalGiihk 160.. I 1 I, the exploration of America than;: ,:
Khowlet 5. off Williams Municipal Stadium. Afternom Huskm, 155"ve.rsus. Heyboer, ,:I any other ommal So valuable, I i UNIVERSITY, Miss (m i I
1 ... .4 1:05 160": '
; game: : ; umpires: :: were their pelts that trappers: Among Southeastern Conference i

fWReft and ALston; scorer: First. Red Game-American Raiders. Legionvs. Littlejohn, 130 versus Manning, pushed faster and further than'. rivals. Tulane is the University oi I l You'll want modern equipmentplan iR ...... wht!.
A.- 125.Smith !(I I anyone else, paving the way foii Mississippi's oldest football foe
,I Second Game-Atomic Bombers 196 versus Weis, 180. i frontiersmen and settlers : with the inaugural game (12-4;:; to remodel or butkl You'll wart Tq1Rf It1I.dlt I... we s's
The hn ge.t straight> 'line east- vs. Key Clowns. Masters, 147 versus McDonald i I
... d..ancID the United SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7- 147 dating back to 1893. Following ir become obsolete within a few ..... 1'11..
I I 11am Greenberg, USN will be the: order are Alabama, Vanderbilt! y f' 'J .. ___
I Stales extends 2807 miles, from | First Game-Atomic Bombers Referee Will be Louis Eisner, I.
; physician charge of the
and Louisiana .
I State All
Well Qu-ddy Head Maine, to vs. American Legion. who is a Itadein the PAL organization i jcAl I( perfection of the fighters in.. ''Vandv: were beaten in the say firs t t you the utmost in modern ('uAwn""N, a Ml. waw 4 ....

Ysqu-ta head Oregon.MODEL. I II Ij I I I I Second Clowns Game vs. Red-Raiders.Key West -. --! --in- the city. Dr Wil- i vol ved. games. why >ou'll want a modern AuUMruiUc I Xl.I trio Wat. 1MIIM11

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I Clubs will play in same orderas ISRAELI' TROOPS ADVANCE IN 1SEGEV HVTILE Mlr. MrLj.yaL.""

I above but will reverse : '-"-'---': "" 't-------t .'- .._., ..... .. ._-- .--.- .. --. -- .- -.- and a modern electric range There a*. cH .r rlKU
first and second games, I s .
I Army Barracks. Afternoon reasons for Installing a moOem AHfctmalir M..liii Watar
To be announced. ;
I '- : I Heater. It will defimt+.4r. INCREASE THE VA44NI *T''

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Several familiar faces in strange i| i-.r.- I
uniforms this season in the Bas Ij
ketball Association of America I! Wt r j
John Mahnken and Irv Torgoff' -
j were traded by Washington to x 1t I J .
4L Baltimore and I w
in return Washing I
ton got Kleggie Hermsen and t.
I Dick Schulz. Boston got Hank: j .
Beenders and Chuck: Halbert from :
Philadelphia in exchange for Big ': a I
I Ed Sadowski. Grady Lewis who
played with the Baltimore Bullets I
last season, was sold outright to
L PUT 1< tOdSlwAL St. Louis, where he will serve as 1 I II y City Electric System1ft
playmg-coach of the Bombers. I I
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various ways; a dash of
Picture (Up) ofUIBC celery salt and a little Worcestershire '
Crest Klnf. light Brahma sauce adds tang, and so
e.rk. MM the model tar the U.S. does finely grated onion. A few I (/P) Wiftphot: <)

3-tnt paltry centennial stamp [toasted almonds sprinkled overi THIS PICTURE one of the first showing actual fighting in the Negev area oi Palestine, Bites a
r IbeI.w'uk< Is *wne4 br liar the top makes the dish crunchy i 'view of Israeli troops advancing against Egyptian positions on the Mejdal.Diet road. The
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SOCIETY NEWS I :----: t "_ .- -. many-important aoigmentr CM a lat of officers .... had MM( **.' >litisa9 ..... .. 11

fit : other duties, as well as ttendinc Uetod. eligible far ynutvtxm *.11|i- ..

By' JESSIE GIBSON : the higher service schools-during the grade of br1gadier f.Mr*
PI The Citizen OUic -51 his active career of over 35 7eers.l doubtless welt hw. .Hate. !; .
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Resldeace-U-B' l In 1912 he graduated from that a4 his tint star wMMti a .**. .. -

r ,nomtllmllluft.ntllfttnntIIlI. Battery Officers Course of the'time had Pita hMttti peeatitkd M> :
lIf8A1nA0141aAUl0AfI11AtA11lClliKgnltElUllllsLatest { IQ continuing rat act** ... aIn :
Coast Artillery School and in iSj hew hoe M
Reports From Barn Theater 'completed the advanced course I 1W7. Cbtoml Una..*, UM* 'ia } clot ... .... tY -

for Field Officers at the same* lieMtenaat. ad iUrrirtt. RtA- i!I........ t4a fulls
I Beck a local gill *.*<.raarod M
Where Key West Pla \ school. He was immediately elected -,
Have Two
ers ta attend.the Command and' this city. From that time eatwhenever t Brae gsi/.es. .... Meteuse ....
the. ..
New Additions To 'East Lvnne9' Cast General Staff. Kansas.School at FurtLeavenworth. .. ways spent porthole their v....... III >Sw-. eiMa etas .ek ele ruts. tit .

West HMC it aatralal .el
after from
MEut Lynne" has a new hero: her Shortly graduating -- ---
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| no ordinary rogue, with they should elect Utw e4. .a
He ta Dr. Dee William Call. Us. West Point,Colonel Brinton's first ,
j false mustache which might : their penMortM lame whui 0asr i
come ;
Naval field assignment was in the Philippines !
HoBpitaL Due to pressing off at the crucial moment i it the 'Army travels ceased .la ... I
duties, Comdr. Norman helping to pacify UA-
who was to have played Archibald Gillette; he's grown his own. Since the'I I ruly Morosv From there his cm-1 I Before his health. prrvtBtM I IWrVHT ft
I casting some weeks ago Dr. F w- j a. .Colonel Drintoa took, wttM mterest
of travels which
Carlyle the reef Army began ;
stalwart hero
theKey ler iaATWCfUMtE.
West has nurtured a most admire eventually took him to nearly .ia many elYir aftitM. sewing { ,
Players November I
presentation ble "brush", which would be the State and all the U. S. Possessions a term .* city Cwaitt' r I r
of this every t
grandaddy of envy of any self-respecting-* r ': lie continued. toRoad serve wdli Ike. .
mrludraraas was forced to with lain. I .and to many foreign Overseas and T tt an.Ip. I
I V countries- t
draw.Dr. Call has been The "oleos" are being whipped j : .fee Just prior to World War I. Cwl- j Commission and at l*.. SIMMbis uf

the cast for the rehearsingwith last into shape under the guidance: of a 1 T end Briton held an important death wa QuimMMt .rf HM ,
week George |
Mills White, and some -- rdKsa.: _.- ... assignment as paymaster ea the body. 1
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and shows definite signs of heroism -
j"startling" musical presentations : Texas-Mexico Border where be'' He is survived by .hi.* wid.t..1 i I IWANTfOO '
are Mrs. Dna..... ..... ,
guaranteed. (/P) WirephotoTHE I for the disburse' Hantt ISM *
was responsible
Mrs. George Mills White has j And that's the latest report son street, whew ft** nH twits I GoR millions of dollars in the
fcltfw consented to play the role of from the Barn Theater. The heroine WRECKAGE *' C-47 plane rests amid the ruins caused by its crash into barracks at the ment of i lie to reside. The colonel was .1{
of and
Mrs. Ottway-Bethel the cockney is crying the villain is learning Chanute Air Base near Champaign. IIL. during a fog. Three cf the 22 persons aboard the plane purchase troops along supplies the border paymentof from i member of Huuhmmmxt Ismtgr, A HAVANA...

wnman who Identified the villain .; the hero is sticking: out his I were killed. One barracks was demolished and the rocf cf another. was ripped off. The buildings Laredo to Brownsville Texas, F. and A. U., PtulipOiurc. fila 6
as the blackguard he really is. manly chest and the play will be II were not occupied of his experience in 1 I and the ShniM Tempi UI Fat
t By reason
This villain (Dr. Nathaniel Fow- ready for public l view soon.) financial matters he was sent to1 1 I I hue Canal Zonr. PM am*. ..
I -- Funeral wtU be IwU MSt
- Paris i in the early stages of World
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"WIFELY ATTENTION, FOR STATES RICIITER THURMOND War,!, with a large quantity wf i: M t
Christmas ; Of at 3 /cluck.: faraday .,....... MME)
in order facilitate
Shopping Hospitalized American gold to !,
: followed interment in the Im
-- I in the evacuation of U. S. :
I .r Veterans To Be Aided citizens from the French Capital i;, cemetery' Out frauds ...* tier 5AMfr 11Mt.1I
By Legion : f !I I deceased haw .teen UeWl a* I
When his Paris duties were at aa j I
t I I'I I pall bearers and the CimrriMB QJMg1ll.NHWBY
I end he returned to the United I
t Auxiliary "Joy Shop>, Night" Plan :{t --r. 'I I States to assume command: of a !'i 1 Legion will furnish. a OuMdl .4I
Honor and Ifc. ...
i, .. "Joy Shop Night" hal been regiment of Heavy Coast Artillery I'I bartcipt4 Ml t'
I partment store fashion and each T j I 1 Qf1MS.I .1 ? OI
designated by American Ltgion'I ) j-- ; : j and was ready to sail fur
l veteran is allowed to select the Europe when the Armistice was | Pallbearers w M U CU..
Auxiliary( for its meeting Thursday gifts of his choice for his family ; bert Pate. G O. D. HttfcrM. *

.. at 8 p. m. in the Post Home and friends. signed. He was then sent to for Pan; M. Duncan. G..r Cnr.H.n. Mi I
V raa., ama to an important post a
I Stork Island. The gifts Christmas w. 'i win Trevor, ...
are Judge AauOna
wrap- tour of duty. I i i If*a illSPHM I.4.e esellr.
f Each member has been asked to ped with! cards and V i Jr. CmJ. G.i,...
I- seals then *
In the fall of t
1924. upon gradu- .*+* N*w /Ma rest err .ffe.
bring or send a gift valued
at mailed
for him, all free of Carl Hilton. Pritchard ..
$1.00, for man. woman or child. }I charsg.Any a ating from the Command and c..1 .....4*..mMt 9* JITM .....
member who cannot attend General Staff School Colonel Home is in charge .( arr
These gifts will be sent to the i the bear u. INsifltit sale liesa
; meeting but would like erteota.
three Veteran Hospitals located'at to send a gift may telephone I I Brinton was detailed a* instructor 1 II I MeaaN iNe1 Pvlni.. aa/ Ale
of the National Guard District .
Coral Gables. Pines I der r elesrara0 M tie
Bay and numbers 635-J- or 1007-W. and of Columbia, and was later.t I Faa ..
Lake City. Florida. the gift will be called for. I advaneed to the position of Adjutant TIME -t The cote of iwd'S

I" During the months of December After the business meeting General of the District Y t; fDR Lw We ea eli...sa111a

these gifts are set up in dePlans ,refreshments will be served. I I Guard forces. TI act ,......., M 9r.is1iw

_ __ __ _. .
'h ---- ----- When his tour of duty was finished -j -'....assAndl/

'1te in the nation's capital he re-,J I. ,.. ,... s IJI. L"
I Complete Intimate Glimpses 4 ceived his second detail to duty ......... ......'.....

I I in Panama. Upon completion of: ... awe Uteri .... .pMreesafla.e

For Fleet Reserve Mrs. Margaret Adams, New this tour in 1931 he was assigned'( are i I w 41iAar.
: York City is in Key West visit to the staff of the Commanding: aetLtiAY .... NtA. -

te Hallowe'en DanceOfficers : ing her son Lt. (j.g.) Arthur J. | I General 1st Corps' Area with 1a0etfj

: Adams of FawTulant Boca i headquarers in Boston. Here he :

of the Fleet ReserveAaarudation I Chica Field. Mrs. Adams, who I was in charge of the instruction of : 1..,

ha da board meeting has recently beenstaying with the civilian components of the

Monday, evening; to round out friends in St Petersburg is; con- I Army in the whole New England j Portable Handy ; /1.-1.I

plans for the Hallowe'en Cos- 1 i j r rsideling spending a god part of ()P) Wirtphoto area.Colonel : : V
tume Dance to be given Satur- the winter Brlnton remained on HOT WASHERS I I tl
t" in Florida.THOUSANDS. -
day front I 0>> p. m. to I a. m.,.in GOV. J. STBOM THURMOND of South Carolina (left). States Rights Democratic candidate for this duty for nearly four years 1 he ... .... ".

the Fleet Reserve Hall. 41814! t!I .' president. pauses for his wife to pin a party campaign button on his coat at Memphis. Term. and was then detailed Chief of I $26.95 and $36.95 .e, M a. ,. a

Front street I VIEW The governor is about to enter a party strategy conference with GOT.. Ben Laney of Arkansas Staff 'of the 80th Division with I .- ;:-::: ...

Mrs.. Cora Herron was placed (Continued From Page One) (right), and Merritt Gibson (rear) of Jackson. Miss.. the Slates Righters national campaign head. headquarters in Richmond, Va. It ELECTRIC FANS\ I Ii I _...._- '4.uc"S--.t.-ar

Landing Force under the command was while serving in this latter .... .. _
in charge of entertainment and 1 I -.. __. _
Mrs.. Marion Henderson will 1 I of Major H, A. Hayes Jr.. capacity: that he was obliged to I!i. $5.45 to $41.93 11-, -

onrthe decorations. Music USMC of the C .MOTORISTS I 1 i CITY SPENDS 5387 20I retire from active duty by .reason ,;
fommanCer f:1. -' will be furnished by the Coral West Mlrine barracks.The (Continued From Page One) I Continued From Page One) .actors-...easel/

Ie) Serenaders.Prises Landing Force, gathered]I to the pavement and motoristsare appropriated to the Department Although never at his expressing retirement disappointment -I, TROPICAL TRADER VMMU s MOM. ***& t M.POLLOCK'S I
will be awarded for the I together, for the first public In Siberian Wilds easy; I
beet costumes.Calendar. hibition ever staged 'here, con-1: directed not to pass the bar- ,, had been expended in the first Colonel'Brlnton must have W Duval SteMt KMM IfiM BYO t t.i4rMt
riers erected."In 'i felt his relief from active duty i 1
Marine nine months. <<
sisted of two platoons the MOSCOW-(OT*-Three hereto- _.
I ---- - -
Of Corps: one platoon of sailors, for unknown rivers have been I connection with resurfacing',i I That of the total of $116,800 -- -- -- -- -- -
i '
from the Fleet Sonar School and I discovered in Siberia. A Tass iI j operations on the main streets, .'appropriated to legal including

Coming Events one platoon of sailors from the I dispatch from Leningrad related it is necessary that the eleva- ,i bond refunding and interest

Key West Naval Station. i how an expedition of .scientists 1]tions of manholes be correctedif 81W837.55 has been expendedin

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28- The men were proud of their headed by ProfN A. A. Fedorov' the first nine mouths.
and that the
HutptUl 1 Sewing Committee appearance. They were armed|'i l of the Botanical Institute atj necessary pave- That of the total of $5.100 for

meets 2 p.m. at Monroe and fully equipped just as they I j Sciences, penentrated 700 kilometers ; ment -surrounding the manhole i! advertising and miscellaneous;;

Cwunty. Municipal Hospital. would be for any emergency the ', of Siberian forest trails'j covers be gwen special attention. j $31,837.55 has been expended '

Fer transportation call Mrs. Navy might be faced with. Their to find the rivers. They were all l} "Thus requires 'ork in advanceof I the first nina months.

Rutt. Telephone. 420-W. I I spit and span uniforms; the precision -!I in the little explored central the paving operation and is I That of the total of $3,600 appropriated -

Monroe County District Boy of their marching were mountain range of the Sayansky j' now going on throughout the j for general contingencies v

Scout Directors meet 8 p.m. cheered all along the line o! I mountains. In addition to the length of Duval street All motorists ; $3,332.50 had been expended I

in St. Mary's Parish Hall in I march. I rivers the scientists found four and drivers of vehicles are ;1 in the first nine months.

j\ special meeting called by ls- I The units in the parade lined I large glaciers and several large cautioned to avoid the men I I II

+ adore Weintraub. chairman up as follows: and deep lakes rich in fish. j doing this work and for their i I The cougar or mountain lion !.

of the Monroe County Dis- I, Key West Police. I own comfort and the safety of is the fastest animal on the North
State Police Car. THRONG i American continent His speed
trict i HUNDREDS their cars motorists are again
: 1 Naval Landing Force. | cautioned to drive slowly and j is 100 yards in three seconds.
: Woman's Society of Christian I (Continued From Page One) ..
small and tires J
National Guard. But his lungs are
; Service, of First Methodist I Trevor, 14, of 1119 Von Phister carefully."The |
day" American Legion. I asphaltic material being | quickly.
Church observes "quiet _
I execu-
1:30 in church. High School Band. street became temporary laid in the streets is very hot and I
at ajn.
starting : I
Covered dish luncheon. All' Fleet Air Wing Airplane Float.I tive officers of the subs Miss retains its heat for some time. m.vvvymmv.mwvvvr '

women of city invited to take : BPW Convertible. Neblelt is a student at Key West Barefooted children walking on j, STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE area

part 'j Naval Hospital Float 1 High School\ and. Miss Trevor is this material are likely to re- 'j TRIUMPH '
Lions Club Float. 1 ceive burns and burns '
American Legion Auxiliary student at Convent of Mary I COFFEE )>
"Joy Shop Nlte8 p.m. in i: Navy Wives Convertible.Fire i a (I'I may be also experienced by tj"-?
(Navy Sta-: Immaculate. !' thin soled shoes." I MILLat
Post Home. Stock Island. Department i those wearing =- OK.M
Forenoon at the Naval Stationwas I
tion) -
Officers Wives Club Luncheon, Elks Club Float. also marked by the showingof I I American explorers once Ml CrocusJUVa
Sound Car.E. New Guinea small
Strand Theatre found a
12:30: p-m. in the "Silent Servic ,- a moving -1
Mess Ft. Taylor. : & R. Float (Navy Station). : kangaroo that climbs trees. "'''''.'''''''''''''''''.LI..A Ui
of warfare : -- --
picture :
Shrine Float. 1- THE STIlLING WAY 1R.
Mrs. William Warren guest I Key West Charter Boatmen's as seen from a submarine in I -
speaker. actual combat with the Japanese. I
Poinciana School has Hallow Float. .
for lemon-,
Everyone .paused : i .:Mw
e'en Carnival in school building iced tea and cookies given
Navy Station Ili OD
at 6:30 p.m. free at the Naval Station '
Harris School Hallowe'en Car- YMCA and NCCS Float. away l I rlS 'Pae .:.:::

nival on school grounds. I. Chamber ;of Commrece con- at Then noon.there were diving exhi- unsurpassed for its beauty and eraftsmanWle, ....

SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30- vertible. the U. S. Navy that Grows with your child
bitions given by
Fleet Reserve Auxiliary sponsors i Navy Station Supply Depart- divers off the end of one of the lends added graciousness to your entertaintfig. tutu ....

Hallowe'en Costume I ment Float. in the Naval Station.All I Haven't you often thought ."If only
Dance 9 p-rn. to 1 ajn. in BPW and CMI Float piers for in-, .ray dad.had bought me more life insur- is an achievement in authentic styling a brJHanC 9aL/0i01i tI y111t
I shops were open
Fleet Reserve Hall 418Vz Key West Fire Department. ance when I was young"? Through the
I Naval Air Station Float:: I spection. As the visitors came new Franklin JUNIOR INJURED that's evoke from .! nitaM111S
Front Street.Hallowe'en j in the Southard street-gate the SAVINGS PLAN you can make sure j exquisite taste sure to praise yearthat Am4r alb itE4
Dance at I Kiwanis Float
V Costume I first thing they saw were two of now that your child will never during
i Commissioned Officers Mess ; Marine Corps Float. i he huge Navy torpedoes, whichare his lifetime need to spend money for Gorham Sterling i3 sehd Aver alt tWcan't w.y oiesuttt r .....
Ft. Taylor.SUNDAY I Naval Station Apprentice Float ordinarily shot from the insurance protection. The pass book I

OCTOBER 21-Singers, Girl Boy Scouts,Scouts of of America.America. submarines. They had been' immediate savings plan estate enables for your you to child create that an grows with his wear off or wear out, but actually gnev.a' lerMS ht _-I'" fIn ... ...
Key West
placed there for viewing by. the responsibilities and then matures in cash at age 55.
meet at 3 p.m. in High School Welter's Band.Douglas School Float. general public. i. Insurance protection triples at age 21 with no increase I our showing of Go Anne (entrance on United High Every flag at the Naval Sta- in deposit. Full return of all deposits plus face

St) to practice 'The Mc>- tion and on every ship in the amount of contract if death occurs .at any time fromissuance and our silver experts will gladly at yM in ]WMT. e hlllhip.
ai&h-. I NAVY DAY VISITORS yard were flying. It was a gala of contract; to age 55. I

j (Continued From Page (One day Navy Day. : For detail_ -

[ Officers 'Wives' I ger-cat). night fighter bomber; ,TBM F4U H S. HOLCOMB j I I Prtu A... O M .....
(Avenger), torpedo
Club Luncheon I (Corsair) fighter and a Blimp. I WOMEN.who I District Manager I rw._i..4 sarttatYs fiat.stt..

Guests at the Field watched KEY WEST. FLA. '
The Officers Wives Club will. with interest the normal flight feel

3luv, its luncheon meeting at the operations which were conducted ( x5t.ufa'ii;
iCommisiiuoed Officers Mess.fit. through the day by VX-1, NERVOUScaased ,, Pollock' ,
Taylor, Friday at 12:30 p. m. Fleet All Weather Training Unit FRRHHlin LIFE mSURRIUE CO. : ,
: ,
U. Lent functional 'roiddle-azil W
*. Urs. William A. Warren presi- Atlantic (F. A. W. T. ), by t J f'
2, (Bli i imp Do you suffer from hot flashes Weak t ....-- V
|kilt of the Key West Garden I Blimp Squadron nervous Irritable clammy leellngs- } Springfield, Illinois f! ON flha.t Or.I ...
[Club will l be the guest speaker. Ron 2 ) and the Naval Air Sta- due to-the functional 'middle-age' ..
period peculiar to women (38-52 I :One el lw fifteen oMet tetal reeerr. I 1 lawratl
jiiotiess for the day will be Mrs. tion. y re.)?Then no try ty l'\ 1L Arrasmith. I Vegetable Compound to reller such I in America
Reservations for this luncheon, The United States has more call symptoms a stomacblc! It also tonic has what effect Doctors 1 1HfDlALPlNKHAM'S I Authorized Distributors

[Say be made up to noon Thursday than three times as many In- vscnsstt' 1 I
( .. dians as Canada.

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CN.'>< 21 tNiM I
\ ACE fcWHP:; 51 i THE KEY WEST CITIZEN pliI1Y.. .
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!What It Meant: MAKES A FACE ToiursANMVERSAR1ES r4sg111--a. tr.r' .' .

iM I iJl>>,j'h If AbJIA I" THE VOTING BLOCS I 11 (Knew AJMika) I I JW.J. O u.*.*. .

m Wwrte.migratory .
1811-Isaac M.Sigee. ... '
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\ By ROBERT E:. GEIGERWASHINGTONHow: t mechanic. tatvmtBr .! .I Mw. !I..., .' -

\ By Wade Miller a practical sewing trm..Mii. MI =:s:......r e ."
IA" "blocs' the
Ntl_.. powerful ore voting in 1851. born in PUtetown, *L Y. r..Y4 .... .. ...
United States?
I Died July 23. 1879. -j .. & ..... f
Chapter 14 Walter James's face. His hands Tm, afraid that there Is nothing First of all. what is a bloc? Simply stated it is a group of 181 -Henry R Pleat ptoowti I..... hind lNin ;: .Hi.lsw .
....,nt; wall)directory: of the Moullo were out of slight unusual in his lap."That's fixation.. I; I can that do you're to help suffering you. The underis delusion citizens with strong; common interests. The;United States has developer of fit****, fcmndec .* _-

Building showed BONI- However possibly an we can trace it rather uncommon and beyond three such major groups and many lesser ones. They are the the Plant system of raBromfa a.*4steamboaU M Me1w.14 ...... aIlaa

rACr. EVERETT. M.D. 41XTH to its source. Have you any explanation my efforts to alleviate." veterans now numbering about 19.000,000; about 16000.000 burn a< Ileaai..r., s Meer t-I: -- .. .... ..,
receptionist cave him a to offer" "See you in J JaiL Doctor" WalI. I farm people of voting age; and about 50,000,000 in ..the.non. Conn. Died June 38. .... w MM pitste atetlrie ... .... r.
,...r.&oeal& smile that didn't e<- "For the" dream-or for the dead ter James said.THE I .farm labor fore about 15.000,000 belonging to the labor'unioIl3. 1&37 Whttelaw ReM. srilla/ -_asliM ..r- ,
FiFo!! : ? 1 total ..: '" Civil War wpL-rtec. leased. N Y .. .d i.. .. .
Uftd to her pale blue eyes. "Yes! :: interested in anything you receptionist was just ie.- 'I' These around 85000.000,'ft Tribune,eilitur. aMltjur sad ...... ennaJad to-
-Walter/ James,' be murmured. want to tell me." the tele into its 'so there is obviously much over *. mat born Xcma, OM. ... ....
James e. in
Do you hlan appoiBtment Walter James smiled showing cradle when Walter stopped appin*..TJie.Fe: : are.gnly un estimated CrcccaHalffl: C ] Dec 15 1912.184fr .
that only the tips of his 'teeth. "Now in front of her:desk. -Sal tvtwla .IUarMd I- "Y --
,,'.No-but toil Dr. Boniface isn't that peculiar. Doctor? I was "Excuse me.'he"said. "'J octor 9 ,OOO.OOO people cf votingage i -- alsey C I\tft.. duw.. .. 8i1s.. w t .n. '
important. ; :
The looked doubtful TilI just going to say the same thingto Boniface wants you to run next in! the U. Sall' told I I Forest Plans ** t the SL Lots MU* MI. pwpiariaa, W t
lid -
TOU.- door to Doctor Carlyle's office and If bloc, I of art, born Montour Falte.. N. Y .
I.U hint Mr. Jam**. She went There was a moment of silence. borrow his book on erotic psycho- : I Died May 3. 19111858Therckrrc
its ,members should decide
into the nest ream Hi a rustle of Boniface frowned. "Perhaps I'm "
by Blake. ATIIEN+L(1T1--The lthepblrt! .
Marched white Walter James lit a trifle confused. Mr.James. I understood phenomena. vote for the same candidate, it t Rumrvrlt s--4. .f. Ctuflis
a df trette and stared at his manicured that you had some im-' The door had scarcely closed could hold the balance of power I I Cooperation, adminyjtraUpij! ,.- ------- -
behind her white-stockinged legs ....*.eeeeeeeeee 1)eee.e a
hells.. The receptionist reappeaied. portant"I did.reason But where for seeing you me.-jumpedthe before Walter James was behind in an_election. The reason is thatn ECA-and the Greet g'jvern-j! Fremrtlt (eas... c.w.
recent presidential elections :
it the desk. He lifted the phone. ment have drawn 'iio an'$800.-1
tracks thinking was
Will :yoa have a seat In the was Boniface's voice said. "-like it only slightly' more than half of -BICYCLES-
nat lWIe
waiting ram, Mr. J.m.c ? Dr. important to to you.-me. It's noL It's important How did he know so much the eligible voters have: cast a 000 reforestation and mountain'soil INs

Ronlftce- will sec you in a mo- The big man's fleshy face split Another crisper voice snappedat baflot. erosion control program to t Repaired and Rented r '1 -s.7aa
.rnt. ; him. "Well why call me? Whatam i else w M J ae ti.s .
I into-Si half smile. "Of course Mr. But bloc voting has been increase Greece's lumber supply. an.
TM..ed waking room hush James.Won't you tell me all about I supposed to do about" it? f .. ode ...... sd .oM M.. .....
vat that of a church. The liaht on "I wanted to warn you.rve known to happen. The way it Almost 60 percent of the total (W) Wirephoto i Ala U StockNEWf .. sad al
the low centar table caught his tt"I don't have to tell you about told you before not to call works out. the candidates job is area of Greece is non-productive BICYCLES TKWnCUS: a1..1 i... ......atad..d.
er \ The evmMiMtfcm of mirrors it. You know all about it. Fer- me here." -.. trv "."1 ettle each i issue tQ mountaipous land. Less than SCREEN ACTOR ROBERT f, sra.sal.aa..J. TM .:"*, ..rM
that made up the Limps framework nando Solez was killed last night." *"What are we going to doVe're ? the satisfaction of each bloc, 20 percent of this is forested. makes WAGONS SCOOTEIIS .* ten! fcMrt* .4 t .............
diffused (above
condensed rather than \ to sit tight and do ) a
I the Boniface's poker. face was perfect going excited without antagonizing other blocs. "In recent destruction' __ and SKATE ..di .. .....- ,- ...
tfce fcfht. ifrtcosiiyinff "Yes?" nothing. You're getting; the majority"of years face, and snaps his finger as di. ....... ... .
b#*m, N. nutter how he turned and that's just what this Walter or to has been more rapid than t.* a alto? '-ePe ..
h4a head lie. li ht seemed to be to"The police They're will slower eventually than I get am James wants you to day Nobodyhas voters his proposed solution toa growth" American agricultur-I be sits in Los Angeles police Overseas Cycle Store "a ..- two.. ...... _.w ....a

[ pointing at .M.* eye.. as you.a rule. Talk now and to me any proof and they won't get key issue is the best one possible i-sts say. During the Occupation station alter his arrest on CREOMUL'ION
Walter James still staringI it unless you get rattled. the whole. MO DiTUIoo St. PboM. ITO
warn for country as a
I the (fif M when a aaft voice said trouble and I'll in guarantee the long you'll run."have "You're right. Major Boniface An instance right now is the 25 percent of good forests were drunk-charges -Friday. He was ...........*............. 1..c..,*ONe.... ........
said heavily."You're right""I'll destroyed. The program: booked. on charges of being
.In bark of him "Good afternoon. "What interest could the police farm price support ner' '
Mr. James see you at the regular time. program. calls for the planting of trees on. "drunk noisy loud and bois-
possibly take in me, Mr. ?
out for
Both parties came supports '
-Dr. Boniface !!<. felt relaxed Boniface asked him blandly. Good-by. the Greek mainland an<\,islands, erous." He later paid fine and
,,.Wg. It an ctfjit to think. The slender detective pulled the When the receptionist came > but some organizations maintenance of tree nurseries t THREE
was "Doctor was released, HOTELS IK l\IIAl\II\ \ M 9U p..
won'tjYaw back she said indignantly. have been claiming supports are 'l .
"C rto. bIG my office torn business card from his pocket and the construction"--'of-1; ,
Carlyle didn't have the book- responsible for high food _
? and slid it across the polished partly i -
just lean bark and relax. desk. Boniface studied it politely he'd never even heard o: it" prices.If roads. In addition small"will ma- located to (&. Head 01 *. OHf
the soft vote. said soothingly.Watte then handed it back to Walter "Doctor Boniface" was! afraid it voters considered this lone sonry and wicker dams' be' ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 1tATLS '
? J...... felt himself sinking James. "It's apparently half" of said was out of print., Walter mind. It James issue the most important of the built in the beds. of' sleep' ".tor" ;, I REASONA3Lt:: ROOMS lee :=,;,,:.
d+rprr into tfce aft chair. lie felt one of my business cards. lir.lriooe was rents. and EQUIPMENT
it could have alignedtwo
like sleeping. Ilia rya. drawn. unControttaMy The other half was found in for bookstores.He campaign 126 DUVAL'ST. PHONE 2SO: with BATH aW rtUMMMC
I started out the door. "Oh. by powerful the farm-
t iface's slender Fernando Solez's coat pocket. }
bands *aiMt Bj of rectangle his his the way, there was a phone call and the city people into ess, or they are'veterans, or
rautM a .Boniface ran tongue over ers Ford
.t whH* tutkedin a corner of the I teeth thoughtfully. "I found this for the Doctor but I didn't know" voting blocs. they are housewives.. If,, spine| :Place. Your Order for I IVrsIiitig MHfer
4k bloiUr.WaUrr I half wedged in the seat where he how to switch it'over to him. But there are other important politician could contrive to weld I
Jamea ah* k his head. was killed. The girl acquired a worried them into one solid voting group{ PERSONALIZEDChristmis fluid I their I M.IM
like the U. S. foreign .. .
A buatncM card! Hi" mind beganto Boniface "Mr. frown. "Did it sound important issues he would have election clinched. S I
said James any an NX. 3rd S'UI
IIJ:: let A .. i.ka.i
the housing "shortage. Cards ..
claw. iU way back; onto theIuhL professional man's cards circulateto "I don't know. It was a Major policy and Because women now out- I 80 Rooms A...
Somebody-ah-I can't.quite remember the big blocs broke down. IW Mui.ru'
extent. I have idea So
some no number the in the United "* ilaaar
the name.- men NEW DESIGNS Elevator Mevvtor
'You' ought' to be on the stage how this-ah. Fernando Solez ob- There are blocs within blocs. ______
Walter Jame. said hoarsely. tained my card. "Oh. she said and the frown Some housewives, irritated by States. The latest census' esti-I LARGE SELECTIONYou Solarium ......... _
Boniface didn't smile.Indeed Walter James turned the card vanished. "That was Major RockwelL I and inflation nevertheless mate is that there are about Are Invited To Look
?* he MkL "What is the over. "And I'll bet you never saw He and the Doctor play golf high prices believe the foreign situation 1,669,000 more women of votingage Over Our Line I 3 BLOCKS FROM WHOM MM >WASK.M l I IJ
nature of your problem. Mr. the writing on the back either" together. He'll call again. than men. t
.mt"tr" Boniface inclined his head grave- Yes," said Walter James "he I ; more important And so ...
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1 keep dreaming of dead FUI,11WWo ly. "It says when you put the probably wilL HAt opened the fhov'''-03 -are-- considering---- all the issues -
one with kaiv** in them. halves together. : I need'another door. ""And thanks for every and deciding which candi- --
Boniface turned slowly in his ounce immediately regular place. thing. date has the best solution for all
swivel chair but kePt hu eyes on Another ounce of what,. Doctor?.* (T* a. eaUaaed). of them. I

., So it goes with all blocs when
-- -- -- - ---- --- I! .
many important issues are up.
A voter may simply be a lifelong

I iitvi fug member to vote of a a political party ticket party regard-will- .. Increased Telephone Rates

E KN I TTING BOOMS less the proposed of wheher party he agrees solution with for I.

all issues. Or he may be both a .
a.c farmer and businessman or a I
-t, ,.. : Y farmer and a veteran. If an is-1

sue places both these interests in
\ Iii conflict he has to make a-choice. are Necessary
t\ I
& a Racial and religious issues also t J
have been important in the past.

Neither the CIO nor the AFL,} .4
f as organizations has endorsed a

presidential candidate. But some t
F. officials of each organization.
have come out for one or the 1

..' other. One group of workers has j -:.. ., 0 ,.. .: .
A I endorsed one candidate; another I .'.: .' I
group another. So the labor bloc j mhf
has been divided. Even so, it is .

difficult to say how far an indi- t
vidual union member will follow

.1 the sentiments of his leaders. I
Nobody knows exactly how .
j .f.fI. I
: .J strongly in the past blocs elections have held because together Southern Bell's rates in Florida are not sufficientto He In each of the neil mfal jw**'. wfll MMxtremely stet

x i Y .Jq ballots are secrets. Public opin- l meet today's costs and assure this Company heavy.Continuation.

1 ion polls have attempted to get
3r J t .x j jI the answer. |I ability to render good telephone service. of thy well_ h.ww.r. tiirptptir. .

., t There is one bloc toward
I. 'iI which the politicians are beginning j I Therefore, we have been compelled to file new upon earning being suefe that RI esa.egr rw erW.

car, however.to cock a That's more the attentive femin- rates with the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities ital can be attracted to MM bn tai..vtoday's W.. Ntlll>rtt
z I ine bloc. Women are becoming Commission. The new rates are only such as heavy demand for i itional saw .ittlglltattelu. ...
better educated. They arc doing

k more and more of their own are necessary to furnish you good, dependable. new capital ,.e 4i .... be rwp/i8ad. (.hf t.> .
;e thinking. But they arc in busin-
service. added facilitie necessary t.e..WIJe. i sail hapra

r s I aervice for present uMemen..
.y 1= IRA IN Today's telephone, .rates are the emergency
a ". rates determined on the basis of 1946 conditions.
the capital Deeded in p-rM-wt.c ..... to
3 .
3e! Since then there have been substantial Increasesin
e 3e I: Will not beat in on your rugs Floridiana.:
and furnishings when sudden costs, including employee wage increases and
$ 3 i showers catch with
i, I you your I continued increases in costa other than wages.
windows open while you are Telephone Service Siren

l away if your home is protected
L..t Out.lluac.Un.llar. ln
with .
r n" Adequate Service, Require

At the !increased rate 19Wfir i H'. "AI tale at.>
fUOTU: : ,: : TIILLKIK: Thishanilcrttrhvleil TRICOLOR KIT Iligh-style (SILH e Wllm Adequate Rates
'suit; with/ its urban hand-knit; dress in Placid blue has r.,M".--.i be one of today's fart barrator T*.* tiger seilaia

lads it made I in titjl cedar !rr'r'n bodice strikes in white and ualc-leaf The t.Ori..,e4 ialra ___ I Continued high-quality service requires telephone will still be tow in MHiiart|. aa wIrt la .....

r...*/, if jHvfect foil fur fall ((rrrsSurirs. brown, for a onto fall color scheme. I Cembinotio: 5-1..1! I 'I, rates that meet today's costs and provide reasonable increases in .
our IIMM. They wil I M .loner .M ettsw_
rack like n ..H'l"r, total. Matching; blue broadcloth cape coat I I OitsidvVeittia I I earnings for those who make the- service
rust lo snake, ulmnl5J.. also made at home. I I 114 I I parisofl with the i itMt"MIIt'II"" tutees Mena. JIM .btgr,

Coolest I I possible by investing their savings in the business. While maiwfaetwvr
,...... sad) busiana
A. ",
By DOROTHY nOE uted lo the I Ster.. It is the investors' dollars that pay for facilities generally' have IMr
Associated Peas Fashion Editor high-price of custom-knit garments SIt.Her Y.,R re pri**J yMrti, as tliue1-

and to the improved yarns and patterns now Pro.ler I through which service i is kept modern constantly increased" the ..
The steady cli A of needles is heard'thtough on the market These make it possible for I .- o Teiepiwae CMMAMW. a. a wglMalsM 1

Igh. the kind, as !.ome-knitting hits a newt women to turn out smart professional-looking! .c".ilat ioa improved and enlarged.. utility, has been prwMM* ..... i :
I 4 Liebecenkel
in +
garments a minimum of time. The results
Followinq oi far .' :: ; In our to meet the full postwar telephone Commisiea-apprevd ralis
a sutvey yarn solas the are different from the shapeless sagging I I to.I I program flirt a.naap att.

of American every six Woo women Council in the ettirncrtcs United:: that States one will out garments High-style turned details out by simplified proud knitters instructions of a I WINDOWS PPRCH'.S AND ...,. needs in Florida, we have constructed slightly higher Wua MMM in ...... M. .Min i.itlfAa. ,

own a hand.knit or crochet od:! suit or dress decade ago. I SCRtEH DOORS huge amounts of additional equipment poles Theae new rate arc n....d .. f... g4 ...
thus wfckttf. -oae that she has made herself. an dsag-resistant have ,
yarns the difference to!*tight interlocking '
re.el. I
Seeks, sweater end b -rsti will continue to as well as improved methods of sizing i bl3.g: rain i bio! .': d-afs and : wire cable, switching, equipment, buildings and improved service. hales- Mkat aM IMScient ... ...

flow seem the knit niq Ixn: 1-1 i::cr"''r---:?; niibers. end blocking.Today's -dc :'i-t: : -.vc'-r ret. I
the other items to sen'ice.This. .
all necessary provide can result **fy ta ,
but the bIq tntMast is in han-t-knii Sl ut- 14and- nit styles arc in step with I 'i.-7 er r-: !/ o-r-r.d w--.de/--. I rso p......

and dresses. ta/ yarn c anu-'acturera. the '49 silhouette, and smart women allover I r o' .... ._._0' ;,... I construction in 1948 alone will amount to of the .state want" gt>4 lrh I y rtwae..etia.I yrj. -..

This new a&cI'ambitioui interest i is cltribIa ;; : the country are knitting their Convenient
own.A Psymsnt: PlanCALLrrr
__ : about 25000000. Requirements for new facili- is what we uaiK .toI ,........
n n
-- I' .. IOI3: ,
,- mahiBig salad dressing. vith I pastry brush is useful many: I I In making an upside down I It -KEY WEST- ,

blue .r n uisH ..... work I, times In a kitchen. It's handy !I cake. try sprinkling a little VENETIAN BLIND CO. I
the aiiim..lid M well with I for brushing poultry when you i I grated lemon or orange rind over ,,j tBlnx" ...1.......+ i .
tn* eJWe m tJtuA wl before ails are gettif.g it ready for the WBFII.tii It'h..bI
i I
** 4. I
Ht r |Masu iaun. About broiler or the roaster and it's 9 hot-tom
H\cup\ of cheese to one third cup!.help.inibuttering pans for bak.tng. I fruits I i I .r writ. for I l. COHrnUATF.n
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a /W prop used and a plata ('alte-t' p1'ig.' 'j+t UTiSATURc WITHOUT OBtJGATICS; ; i .
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