The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00236
 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 29, 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: UF00048666:00236
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I Uaulrrwny Here ;President lias. -,. "Delivered. I 1rr. I Ic1e.aeia
] 261 Speeches; Went County Washington Reports
It iey'quite a eight; out on Dred- I Slate No S.. 4iWhaletrr ...........
ger' Key where:! the city is I. On Usual Morning .
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crushing marl and the Finley 1 .' i \ II (iff) Wirephoto.from U. .Navy R5.bla.ta.KT Meet e.V.rreea..de....... (,'r r..panad
is //mixing the Walk'At 7 o'Clock .1 I ,I
Smith g :
Company with asphalt j I 1I STILL HOLDING TOGETHER after taking a 'terrific? beating from storm waves in the. Mlantic. WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 29., I tar T. ....... tee.1PARkt. .

foriJi and anat peacock!rial now being laid I J rni The A..ele.ed ....... 1 a Navy 153-foot infantry landing craft makes her, way elf the.Virginia capes'to ward.the Philadelphia Social security benefits in i Nine Germans I ef. M ArtMrk..
-.NEW YORK, Oct. 29.-Three '
on cfty r: siiWli. LThje 1 I Naval Shipyard. The destroyer Forrest Royal' (background) stands by After her-55.hour Monroe County have declined a I ntteIa and _rgaa elahp.r.
candidates for the
I tyt is{crushing about 450 presidency battle with raging wind and heavy seas. the landing craft radioed "the worst is over.- No in- '.survey of payments made by the'' Hanged laps I on tit* $euteWy d ine
tons(of thV, mferl every day: Into J|!I Truman Dewey and Wallace.I' 'juries.The crew numbered 413 men. The vessel was returning to Boston after. a training 'Bureau. of Old-Age and Survivors ; United Nafta*it *..... aae.I'J __
in New York today !
are statement naJe t. Pees... ..
one pile oer the unci troD the ,'I President Truman, seeminglystill cruise to Mia.: She began taking water in the engine room from ,a leak early Sunday. Insurance reveals. { Go >t .
crushing Into, another jt e srpall I According to the survey average On Trial I""hw Rir.t. yeetiMep ... t. .
: fresh and active after hisI I .... .
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is ----- ---- ---- -- --- ----- -- -- --- -- ---- benefit in Monroe 'fttIW'IIU Mua "
or going pea th rock. pieces,sand:into"Considered a. ,\hid' too:I long tours, on which he delivered County on June payment 30. 1948, amountd : 'R, TIt. .,-'-.... ....... I(Ion the BHta. (III.A.*.fc w*....

large: for Ube phaltic'material.1| 261 speeches went.for his usual i Three Taxicab Drivers Show China Denies : to $16.85 per month, whereas WASHINGTON. Oct: 29.-The., whss" $it weuld. here lees- twat4r
Then the sand and the pea morning walk today. He is stay-j =i year earlier the average pay-- nine Germans who were found': RPewftW--. and Thai the .....
rock are mixed so .that about i ing at the Biltmore, which he ment. 'to all types of beneficiarywas guilty yesterday of having tiled .bed rdttsri .. as. .tat
equal proportions of the material'I left a7 a.m. accompanied by I Spirit Of Key West In Free Set Back In $17.01. unarmed American flyers who::: theca.he
I KO up into the mixer. Then two Secret Servi P men. and I Average payments as of June, had been forced to leave their.I Arv.rataa dd.eaL rrepteseel. _
flame of gasoline are blown; walked for half an hour. At 46th ManchuriaSHANGHAI 1948 in Monroe County were lower damaged planes in parachutes Flit altrst ...
over the sand and the rock to I Street and Madison avenue.. a t Rides To Polls For Truman i than in Florida and for the were hanged this morning. in. lions en t4.s elwgell a.a4 ..nl
dry it thoroughly.From I taxicab driver stopped his car nation as a whole. In Florida the Nuremberg I.l l eenfead ttrlr ttbetat .. ttat 4
the asphaltic I and jumped out with a camera. Announcement by the White 4House t ,I., 1-br.C. giae4l'..... 1 average benefit payment was In Tokyo today, 43 J.paneM. aft terser Deptily ..... c.
a truck i II I "Mr. President a picture Oct. 2 .-Gen-i 518.88.. while i
compound is first heated to make I 1 for the entire Uni- naval officers including seven'11.11! Ytslrtnhy d ltrssta e.1etered
the material liquid. Then it is,. please." that President Truman 1 j DISAPPEARS eralissimo Chiang Kai-Shek1 ted States the average wasf admirals, were put on trial Mat M aiaa.s' d ens

farced through a 'pump into a;I The President stopped and resumed will come to Key West next j FROM HOME i branded today as false a state-]: $19.87. charged with having slain, or I JuDd wfcatevor MI IM .....b.nSantana '
I walking after a "thank { From 1947 to the hu w. ..
larger tank and finally it is mixed .: I ment made by the communists J 1948. total directed the slaying of, 890 I I reepeei 1P bar :
to you" from. the driver. week win or lose, has stirred i number of beneficiaries in Mon- American seamen found adrift' j C ueaL '
and sand
rock .
with which, heatedto At Fifth avenue and 51st .in Manchuria that they had:' roe County grew from 143 to in lifeboats. Most of them were I I 'Ih W+sN.Q h.-' he aiaed. ..
f'nn abiiMt the material 300 degree. is hauledto street a bus driver stopped ,his I many Key Nesters to whoop it scored a major victory over gov-i 199 and total payments in the machine-gunned and a few were .. "..... n.Mt1Y6 M aRrs. ti f..

th. streets .being. repaved.The bus and called out "Hi you up to get out a big vote for hire ernment forces. : !i (Continued On Page. Seven) killed with hand grenade I I no atseeraet. bas. --..,t
Harry! You going to win next. -- -- -- --- ted to tAw.
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trurka now are hauling attempt was made to turn i
Tuesday." in next Tuesday's election I' Str.e VII ..1..... ...... '
tin* I.lt Yil_to Simon backed ton street to Dewey arrived here after a 'the flank of the government Get Out The Vote Effort .... &A""' '' .-..r
trurks a
ntarHinv where re spreads up the hot tour in Connecticut and Rhode An outstanding response<< came troops, he added and. it 'W 1.i1 I. rn"'f" ... M.

awtx the street after a\ Island. He said one of his ob- from William Camcro Euric beaten back with great losses to I L the v.s ._
taI -e tin

-'w'I''. UMM oo ttuld4f of other! >ayctnent asphalt! to issprvwl ,I i jects in is to running unite the'people for the presidency and- ,Sterling! ant. Fernando Stirrup of I i the: He communists.said\further that I Ivj Will' Be Made By Jaycees.tLarreCruwilI ..I' Dart. dev. is 416arrererIsland. .
.. keep them united :the Red Lion Taxi Cab Company. govern ,Ill f 1b1a sntM
s rv* a* a I.Inlee. forces continue .. ___
j TrtiT'ia.u---. ..t dirrctVx\, *into,the I! Henry .Wallace *made the JThey told the Citizen- ? J ment } to .force!I I llcpsrlrr- '*K t- .... 11 1.
.fir.a.4inc "'. *. The ma-,J t rounds of-"th6'"Bronx this' morning -,P ''Tell the' 'voters' of KeY West, i back the ::ibmiminists+ :toward r; ,
thut the> material to the and was due to go later in Mukdcp. and that between there Building New Club guests to start off a program of at41e ---AJj ..Is/d re
pnwte alb those who ,going to vote., .
are L. .,
if i: IIItr A.aeaeiIy / ......
He said
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the day to Brooklyn. and the front few
d **m< defrth. about An inch generally ; 'only a poc: I social events to be held at the I .. .. .
for President Truman, that Tell, .. s111te.
HM .
I year. 1a glee
eating lgwrs.
down onto the old create an office of arts and may 'phone 9195 for our + s the rebels. r wttsrl s
rhinr o.wpa it All n>gistel't'd'Ot of Monroe ...
AnnounceA l lt n reAu.d, tllr the '
treat' a
avett. Laying it level: sciences with cabinet status. and we will take them to the i i iI
p.ve I I County are asked to cast their< perttIwM ..h.si. tear. N. ,.
Then a road roller comes along "You know he added "I am an polls free of charge. Our cars ]I Local Citizens I Get out the Vote campaign)!ballot next Tuesday. Ignacioui ....t... eret/rae/ .....-ealine
anti. the r.K4 M c>>n rolled down agricultural scientist"Navy : +"will be available all day election : !I. for the national election next Lester was named to head a com- the A....... ...... as -.
t4t a Due level, with a slight cur ,day. and the tore rides to the Tuesday is mittce to if ballots .
again being sponsoredby see sample ettp lies l. Jae... 1Kr.rr....
v..UH*. niadway. I Ships Back polls will be our way of"showingwe RRY..N.LANNING (above). Must[ \ Co-operate the Junior Chamber of Commerce ,could not be obtained to help familiarize find e. .... tliel t4Fe u..a."
The eity has a large quantity are true to Truman. believed be victim of M it
to the with
I a amnesia was announced last j voters the candidates stases .. ....,..i tote tlaed ts.-
of the larger rca.k at Dredger'sKey. They said further they were disappeared from his night at a meeting of the Jaycees I and amendments on the .t Y.kp.wka. Japla 'NY. .r .erwed
The rode cannot be senttfcrwMofc From Navy DayIn going to put signs on their "cars Lions Club Told. at the Flagler avenue club-1 ballot this year.A and it eeee faplalrrt1 ... ..
the crusher again bcfr reading: "True to Truman. home at san North Rockwell house. I report from the Drama Festival the .Illy we.4 Amam eta N u.r. ..-

u** "f the cost involved and Other PortsAll I President: Truman probably street Chicago. moo: than a Co-operation of Key West.I A large crew turned out early j Committee was given. Reserved .... N Is ..... ill .. asr/ ...-
the rurk I* largely surplus. will spend two weeks in Key year ago.: His wife. Mrs. Elsie citizens is highly important .to a' to help work on the interior of j seats are going< rapidly r. ...........t
"We are trying to find profitable i West, the White. House announcement successful operation of the Key the building: this clubhouse !I and those who wish god locations
way of getting rid of the the Naval vessels that l left said. Lanning. is offering a rewardof West Naval Air Station, Commander which is fast nearing completion I i are urged by the club to
Ursjer t..'k." sid Victor Lang. here earlier in the week to participate I "That 'win or lose' gets under $503 for information that Michael O'Connor. USN has been built largely through !get their reservations now at theY Hearing

Fly efwuncer. today. "It is good in Navy Day exercises i.my skin." Camero said. "I don'tsee will lead to finding him. She ,' operations officer of the air station the pcifeonal efforts of the mem- i I M. C. .\. on Whitehead street I
material, but we can't find any in various ports returned.yesterday how any Key<< Wester who told members of the Lions bers. |II| All Jaycees were ikcd to double Is
IMC far it and today to the Key West thinks anything about his hometown says he is six feet IVj inches Club at their meeting last night A gala Hallowe'en party will j' their efforts to complete the Postponed

Naval Base. | will be able to stay aw .y tall, weighs 15$ pounds has Commander O'Connor. who''be held this Saturday night at 9 i!I I sale of tickets within the next !
The USS Medregal. a submarine :from the polls on election day. for all members friends !I|I ten days. 1 .
i' gray eyes thin dark brown was introduced by CommanderEli p.m. and : M..t lieM.at >N ntJ !I.Peinteanr I'
returned from Havana: the 'Sterling. Stirrup: and I are go- I The Key West Qvoa-CoU IV- PMeo tt.wwa...,
USN. officer
MARALOYMufflers. USS Noa, destroyer cot back |ling to do oUr part to the limit hair, high forehead small scar Vinock operations has ..
M 1 a of Key West Naval Base told I Lung Company again donated be4re Pae.e Jtrstsr ... .. "
from Tampa while the USS'land if all other Key Westers feelS on right cheekbone and two [ $250 to be awarded as ..... .
Tail and Exhaust Pipes 'I of the detailed operation of the: Double Hung Windows I I pnce y -.h.s.rr a e
US ,jas we do, Monroe County will .
Sarsfield .a destroyer the moles cheek. If found. ; for the annual Christmas UeM.I AMA B ... I.MgI Mawtotier
for All Can on right Naval Air Station and discussed, r W B *
Runner ,a submarine and the,I poll that record vote-The Citizen I I I I ing Program which U to be _
spnnI Mary K. MaM ef MkAflw
Ro,'. Key West Auto Parts USS Chanticlear a submarinerescue I has been talking about. .,Let's she asks to telephone Ardmore t at length what the air activities TRUNK LUMBER YARD I sored by the Junior Chamber ofI addleew. 0.
121 Ouval St. Phone 442 vessel returned here: show the spirit of Key West to I 6453. Chicago.SPARKLING meant to the nations. in time of 1 I I I Commerce. a..c Itt 4
and war. TELEPHONE 816 I
from Miami. 1 jour friend Harry Truman. Call peace 1 I More information the ruto .
Allan Hampton. on Awe WNllee.a. 1 ...... plltl....
The USS Maloy. destroyer,j 9185 for a free ride to the polls! program I and distribution of the I .
a ,
LIKE NEW!! chairman of the club introduced prue I'd (4 t 1.aaetttg tteaW lltia. .
which also left here for Miami.;. ....................................... -.:...... Fordor 1947 CHAMPION REGAL Commander Vinock. .,,...................................................,(money will be made available at. nowt .M ..... w leas t/r iwetetetty
CENTRAL PHARMACY sailed to Norfolk Va., following' DeLUXE STUDEBAKER I Robert Pollock, social chairman -i I/ 4,a later date. Residents of Key I' .. ......... f.iUsu ante-a
Navv Dav in Miami.PALACE i 1"> /, West are being .given this ad. .... ........
h.wel.n tt.lirered...Carl.d' ter ... .. > Hallowe'en Eve < Weekend Special : of the organization, an-'t I Featuring
4 NAVARRO, IncorporatedOpposite i, nounced that ladies' night would that they may begin to make ,
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( oMTtar* Mir .rk PreMTlptl Dance be held at the club next Thurs- J This Saturdayight: 4
I 1 for
THEATER"SUNSET" t Bus Station plans what promise to be 1
CALL TELEPHONE 754 4 day. an outstanding civic fur
.... ..... Saturday Ocl. 30 4t > Jimmy Bigelow 4 project MIAMIKEY\ WEST
<' rr M bile Ph CARSON and : .. .. .. .. ... ... .. Key WestPowerful
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"Sheriff Of Cimarron" t BRADY'S > with < . . . CLYDC.MALLMYI)

I News and SerialCITIZENS j $.10 Cash I'rif" :I Good Used Cars t MARTHA MARTIN /4
fort I Drinks Mixed br the' \'en N4rg. Iearfe.Iliaml. .
Tackle /
Fine Fishing t ADMISSION: 4 at the Piano .
TWINS GARAGEYour t Cuts Barmaid Art PERFECT:
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$1,00 PER PERSON CHOICE POULTRY Appetisers For On. Of Our

Thompson Enterprises Inc. 'I.t Eyeryene Welccn.e: -4twwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwi t,,1214 Whit. Street Phone 540 Friendly TELEPHONE Studebaker 169 Dealer t, RAUL'S CLUB ] Heavenly Dinner

Hardware DiTUlon-Phon. S86 ........._.A.._ .. ..wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwi, /
Plan for the -- -- -

Good FutureWith Schools : STATION,
fIOF Francis at DirtsU y.... 11MLET"'tS"
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Vote NO
for tom. Y.e. Ail
Drive la. In 30 to 4$ Minuttt and
Car Can B. On Its . . .
Your WaylI Amendments 1 & 2 - - -

I I. TeachersBILLIE'S Sacrificing
Phone Na. S Whit at Fleming Classroom

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I i';:' -- Our Entire VOTE TUESDAY

-- :IEuit- Stock of for lie

Arc /f1 furniture Straight Democratic Ticket

CURB SERVICE / Bedding and Also Vole for Ainentlnwnl No. :.1 S. !

BAR. Selling FurnishingsGreatest Wlnrh' (.tech Mtmrov tUfflfl: ,. .
REAL PIT .Q Event r

A State Senator

Thick MILK SHAKES In Our History
909 FLEMING STREET If You It.irr TranM| "rUliiNtt ilM. 1*. alt :IIt'f

M Kin,I, nt ,""?.rr.l'A. and Soft Drinks (Paid For by Detnnrraltr tUt>.MM... (' iL I
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L ti T.4.2. __sw a4. rsbirba.aouue Nobody definite knows, and that inj j 87 She Anodited Press't. ,.
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rwer. i. atr..cgna eludes cocksure pollsters", how the election: *
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ttt 17 i..or ......p.r.. tut ... &aoI next Tuesday will result nationanyThe ; Time is cactera ctaiar Far era/ t -I By Wade Miller :

: __ ClMau Citizen recently has heard sevoral |i .teal.w ctaatixrd+tai. stswaro subtract.=r h.w.f4r ct tw t' By (n Ifmfearores -l. 0 ..__

K tut wa.f. P -.a. da..a.r .,_ .. .
have s. treat Weyn..r .. .
; Westers remark they
Key 't 4aN4.d'.. at. '...ate ..... to A ''i',...
... :=': FANNY BRICE. born Oct. %1. 18 1 only connection with Dn Boil** .
.a&TaD rmat Chspter .
rpata N vita Last r..S sha. es sa. ; b t II M'"w .
7'M _..... s'-.- r .sti.....r .ami** t. noticed Republican leaders are not so j -.t be tna-..ded.i ., -- I the Point 1' is through our country dab WU m1If .
-M tw ..-. "... .t ea .... tr.p.eet.. elwdltadto "deadssre" about winning as they were at i I II lilt on hew York's lower eastside THE| mI was rimming -I:! a plT m." uid Wa-.tt. ..=. -0
... .. .. tud .. tbs. p.W. aM i bits: Walter James the i tMa.i.twY1m c
M M .a.- zs Fannie. Borsch, daughter j jof Loma as James plea a=Jly. "Hrt tsaDt ... ;
-. v tM t..1 -- tsb.....d br. the beginning of the campaign. The read- I fUDAT, OCTOKEKI:0 29 r'w- + aa Alsation eased his car fen and fallowed man in yW racket H. hj* Out I' "'h v.. '. ...

..MtC.Urn **** ers might hare noted that Republican C'I....-. saloon the street toward tie bay. A fancy oSc X. all cptB fc> wni .
: owner 11 ..
*. Y.- I1L" -C*.. geyaet 15 Yfa-sb ahead.! faster gjat-h 4 t* put\be markers I .
kta ...... LM newspapers have begun to r edge at least moat" Ewrr Day efc. and Hungarian. curved archway loomed into a nice eypoofec:
..... ..... LU .am Select awr.Dematt. mother who The paint-chipped letters said EL: before be ere* get ta c-oe-j' W lewd-t as 10, ?.. .
I about the of the election in 3iabdxs Boar tre e O aaewaatfc Lion .
outcome several
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: r.--a : .ft-- SIMM (1 br.l-st.w.e ; t .prepared his BEY YACHT CLUB. Boniface digs out tae* treufett i _... ..JM
Wi te5.. Kalfees Eau trepeatBe >----en v free bmdesa : ', He met a brisk young man in and be probably gets seem beatsi b.t" ... -
KIIn..e rum a ?"..u: 1bde .- Snooks dungarees and yachting cap just ties. Saa Diego i> a rich won t .....
1dM. tta... .. Atstldlr..eltiaal. Heretofore, De..eyas the only candidate coo Baby
outside the front door. lot of retired people her* Theme'sbound ......... -
i 4S-.aead TEre.-tb. started y* yn y .. ... ..,
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: vncB making gains according" to Republican T..ef la.da. (retest I1)-std -Fm looking for Major Bock- .to be a lot of oturoa. .
for .
: ttaaka r..a1.u m pennies: ,,..... paffre s'cats
Ul e.a L a. airun. ar a ( tiuIie wtlWaIter.JamIS said. mixed is""I'm .
-w.-1 turtory ,.o. pnaa, a-, wd M newspapers but one of them published u s>stebses. #' ;. i with 'neighbor -Follow afraid I doot saderrt>ud 6 .......1r ."..p ae rr
hm *t tv ru..t .rut. a llr* + and Coss.sw.1.. The yet man pointed. -tTl... _4 .''
: ..... Uf _, _'uv"caarc .* trtm Wtf.b a headline Thursday that read: hood newsboys the you sir. Just what arc ra .
m boardwalk : ,
e5'try LpYiL 4r.-s. that ---I.... I .,. 11. "' t ... .
,..__ r Ie I. 4.n... tar. 1 earl .has c--a-o. aroupier and ested InWaIter! .
"Truman Showing Slight Gain OverGov. r.ts-tm aM from whom clubhouse to the '. .., ...
: tw Q4aa.. r ... .rwa..a .na. CJa- Jack SauE SM.del James em ed.1 tbeegal4 lute J arll.tte .i 411I'2
-k .f Mau.M&--a-- K a.raZ K Dewey. l a I7 _Nx..a.M Fa T Briee sbe learned her ra right down to the end on 1Z. I toiJ youI want XQCM. >War.i. ... Q.re m t wi t' ta. .....
: d tar.wt, snbm.k ttawytw.. his cruiser. ,. ..
board '
_... .sr comedy dialects. Irving Barhn's u' .... t1. es t $
.. a..u.te.w Of course, as one could have anticipated f:30-TM* Croaar Eeo.tblusbsnob "Sadie Salome* made her a hit I think he's expecting said Walter youT James What kind of tofrmti: ?- ..... ..... J' wd'stabr -a .
"but" in the &M> and 1 want to know what w k ww .. s !'. a \of l'
there is always a l a Baay< a TEegfeld made beta Cornell adauringly. -
headl looked t ,
iipry A.TariarTi .. liner He about Fernando Solex. Tla*.W a*. ba lees m t* .
stories of that kind in the Republicanpress. 4 SXtwt dm -t--t* the Tollies of 1910 It was a large cabin cruiser Major. rm not interested ta ftutracket Every IJ:!!'P r *. 4 lI!I!-E&fll
R194' .
Jteva Bread nn die about seventy-are feet long.painted ,
ef the IM | "
Fm not ate tw.t a "
.. This particular "but" was that Ctataeat-atfec A bland
MEMIa Sporta B&a -s'-e LEGALS white and brown. law. My busaess is: F...... ........ wwc v i *
SSp.-paat Ia..a. with crossed
: nonetheless, Dewey was going to win Jack Cane Slow cba white Sag Solez.- _n p.r- -
\LY. Fat Iran I> *eet*.-** i, swords snapped at the prow." : It a* tAe r .... tr'etiahat
"overwhelmingly. Gina flT Seeaoilxx37r.ey Ii THE riBrrrr r.fay of THR A man was seated in a cede ftrVtstacar > '
9oGwe.eXF. F.L3 %K'TH 41 DK'I.'L ClaftrT him approach. looked oet aese' .
Xharaaia chair watching ROCKWELL ..
: -4 During every political campaign tat Jaaa Aces .. Ti "D ran t1oog Walter James halted ten feet water. 1 let.te ., 4 M .4 t. ,.* Set
Thi. *- F.B..L Dram-ab. .ouy FLGalDL IiUe\. James tart: Utla :' **;]
Mr. -you're a mall
local national for Major
county state or somebodyis .FA,. Tm looking i
It-s.IIa away.
near U to Gi ., .
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*.. ii3LIRJl.RiE ..... i after my own burL He \ee
j always going to Overwhelm *-fiy GArber.e k .. 1 -
: score an I 1 I "
DCn01'DCaTS rea U1' war Sa.v.b.Tb. AI' U'tC'KW"OC.n.I Tm Major Rockwell. the man chuckled. .
'**--Eddi.Cuter =
e ADVOCATED: BY THE ClIUU:: : : ing" victory. That word has been worn out .Frtdar TB* U*>- fca TL 0TIf"R Pl&iaitff.v TO. PFta said and as he spoke he cocked Skip it." said Walter James .etd.moI.. .a ..1--.. _: ? *
.... ate
I 1iei.ur.5:1Sgym oc W'tu..J'V UtC'KW'Oult. the hand-action rile that lay ra But since you're gore t* '
a day. Besides there's question G nd CesBczt-eta $0 e.cart 1
many a
.. .f-.l&.t.. his lap. "Wont you come: aboard, trouble to look me op. ITI adaamtt .
Broa4aIrtb TOW'tu..LU' H. IJ... 6tv'fR that I was aoroauited with Sesct. aNa 'logy e f one' Ie.
.. 1. Uore Hotels aad ApsrbBects. about its applicability. Is a defeated candidate '33-Sed ckes'Wa Etc*- l* 51 t 31aI*_$;h Street, Mr. James! saId.Vou I though! only slightly. He was utetal .... to 10... at t .
ParCica. who loses Th. aaa C. rXaaa-ate f iwbiya. .:tew Terk.ri. The slender man he ..
:. Btarh and >Bathir by a large majority. bunam K ayhe t d iyod
18amp: a a.wsbFire Saw.4 Lsckwoed.<< make it hard to refuse. :Major. torn* ma conncctain .
.: L Airports-Tsnrl aDd Sea. "overwhelmed"? Many of them, who supposedly ': 3I3..tea F? .-be T_ are 'n-IoT n-qllin-d t. rde Rockwell said. "Don't let there on one or two occartons. The fit .... ... A f' <.l f. ._,1__
Co .Cat1 olldstioe of County and News far S JlMtea- &ia !, ,. ibe r..rt aad ca.ee aMYe .toted, frighten you Mr. James Fre :I knew:: that be was dead was ir s F\ t e ....
had been overwhelmed bobbed up 1190-Lu..t E3ey-.be oa ar b-f ce Ik* ltb day .f No.ete- been shooting at birds. i when I read it xa tie paper.* oa+r. He t kAtIl. i .. .......
Gcverltmcats .
t Cr:: Phil Eater QtJ-efca 1 fcr. nn.r apprarurcrrr or .a- a beam _.-1 -- r fkrm
$ Aaditatiam. as candidates in the next election. : ee-i-.. 10 11MBiU .f Oxnplaiat to r Id.Y. Walter James grinned without i Put it plainer than that Ma .
: L C--ity ),,1_ u. ..rr.; .tfaerv ..e, lliae aIk ptie... ml.1h.Y0lJ didn't catch me off jor. Tm kmda dumb UtniffcL* war tl.r .. .
However that may be, the Republicans U:3G-'r.. Aaaoeaoe3abeliaae5lg .rriv wan k. takra asky : :- -<14 r.a sad decree pro roafemo ..... :U .A r' ..,
--I been this businesstoo You're a blunt man. Mr. James.That's
The Citizen has remarked before (|I Major. I've in .. .
as Its -gib tr4 araiart yn* f.. bow a." .. .' ...
P % b lath at Key Wrrt. Florida this long. Fm pretty sure you an admirable gnat 7 at., ....
1190Sesb a1ietr. -
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would be unquestionably shocked if Xm and Loan Hoarabctiewt. 14th rn.Wr. lf4.. didn't ever see me before but times. Solez was able t* pnNn'certaiD 'toter er ..

=- )19SOCR.U'n Dewey J lost.. Whether he will win J .Daac.: Earl i ......_be (> .,t.r .RfcvS <* SATTTER. *.I then rm the kind of a guy whoia : chemicals that are nsefiat titnoNS, et.... tor.Wa.ter .
or the <&evit C..rt45d : J. 4 1s
:15"a. ety Sa l-u.c t hard to recognize. to Dr. Boniface and myself a experiments .
JadPb. Stakes The Citizen does not know but The Citizen U-Largay C. taa.d-aloe-west t Aa' ts.a.n"r-'PlitT Clerk.. ,;' when the description is given that we're coadaetag* imp 41t r t -; -4ata.l.r .

-. TW Krtffuiiil. does believe that had it not been for the 1i-.n a.-a-u4t J Jj j oar er the phone'Rockwell's eyes were bland. I noiselessly The slender and detective withset lamgfced to eb. welt, .ec-yes 1 K.' -j...Ct. '-4."'-k.d...Marefl.l ...

...... dissention in the Democratic party. Presi- ; NOTICE OP ELF.CTIOV j{ You underestimate your fame, mirth. "Our brown brother reaOy rw t.c .' 'dr.. .*- b.
__ Setwrdoy Summary To the knrf o* Monroe c._ of. sir." got around. Where'd be get tae The qm.t ilaa 'wo'H
dent .. .
Ikar JM: Truman would have had a good Tlw i> cjstcr standard. r_ : t&* state &r Florida: t Walter James stared at him! fora stuff 1III erwr "'.., ..__
: c*.tral staMard *.vr; Be It K_.... That L P X CRAT. __ .T'w .Mhe. .bar tlrJ .
Russian 4-
You avowal l that the peo- chance of winning.That is not to say he tr wsataw h.e.rt j i Srrtry .f State .f the state .f moment. Dr. Boniface handled aS! tae
'I FV.rWa do .... .1 Til give you some advice. You arrangements. the iaai r saM twt'W.Irr
another war is absolute will not win because the voters alone hereby rive .ta.that a .
pM do Bet want are .ECRL. LECTION 1 should get rid of B niface. He'stoo smoothly. merely prerfttsd 1k J.s.ri.. -at- '.4safef
.: lytree ftatemeBt, but you and the the sole authorities to make that decision. SATVtOAT, OCTOKOt 30 j|i will toe BM ia Monroe Co .tr.II 1 obvious to anybody with a fina:1cia.1-ah. backing. ./ )..cearwit -, .<" <*,
!I I State ft Florida, .n Tse*day nest *1 WVamavV at -*. av.it UwtafffFstM
.. + mind. Like the interested in the
will of r a I i suspicious police us were sewte ..
4 Pedro BO attention to the wceedinr the firrt Monday l No- .
par s3.-t. S".oty Step-4D. vember A. D. 1943 the said Totsday for instance. There was another mean.at kJ 1 ,
tM people and you will provoke war Now is the time for all good men- trice tbECOU i Rockwell seemed amused. "My silence as Wtlter Jases .
sds- arsyard FoS1eaeb.. DT *P VOTCVBRR
a whenever you are ready. and women-to come to-Key West .;>>-idi TIN r Yaasera-aM For Eight Ill Pre( deaUal El_- I ----- -- -- ---- I1
tra.Fr --1
'- S-Dark TaSey Foi -ol. .
THE ORACLE Got-erase .f the State .f Flor Your
Some businesses succeed in spite of 1840: P..e4 Uary Farber Le.Gg.eae-c'r Taylor Talk-ti Ida Secretary .f State .f tte 1Fr ATOM POISON SHOWS It.riMc.pelll 1

,. r-, the methods and manners in vogue as wellas -nu.18 r- T.o-aloe State .f narMa. i ..y CTI.b'' :-.
%30-Axh$ Aadrewa EraaaabdEano For Attorney Genera of the ;
-: WHO CARES: ABOUT REFUGEES? the lack of ability. >r. I1ra&a-ebe State *f Florida. ,; ....... .... .. .. ""- ,
r Ii Yea ti. Meek.-st. For Comptroller of the State of
:...:Le-t" f'retu4-cba FlorMa. n. _' ''Ii i
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"" Atb.tt 6: Gaels.abe31ow1o For Treuarer of the State of'Florida. .. aweertlii .....".,. .'t ... J
n.HmaDitariau" in this country I ..... .
11.33 assays Ed MOCoanescb.Jsaax .. For .enntendent of Pnblie latrwnioB -' OAK RIDGE Ten.bP1t ta/Wmat. 4
= .who. hart been greatly concerned with 11- LratrscMTL. or the State of Florida. Proof that the harm done to ,N o \. 4d.4ewr I
Lieut-General Robert L. Taca Cl1Iaot41ZGOTbMt ; For C miaul* *r of Acri vltare lie' car ... a1N r.a .. 1
radioactivity '
Eiehelberger heredity by can .ew
,the plight errtfogeei in Europe do not; who led our first occupation into : _Afltr d TodayctmJarrcv ..a .i- .of.For the Fp.CH Mate of JutUr P1 nda. of tw SoCo ;. doripamn.nj generaTinn,.. end'thei : Blitz Trag cly i..-... ... ....
I. r
pr** rt of the State of Florida ; ,
: I aeeetto be concerned with the fate of Japan in Janctka.eGapaa Crop. I, I. J and 4.For ("act like poison, has been o.laS a rpshaty ,
that I
I says Japan does not farateeats130CC..13 On nI rrablk; found here in the Biology I>i-j Still EchoesLOXDIK tw A

** &i8.60 t Arab refugees, who have been have an adequate army or police force, to Grand Central Wtrttrrt.te ilrisa-c4 of t'tUiI'-: Florida.*>_. ,ieaer of the State., vision of the Oak Ridge National, p.lle aM I. of 3

: tkfrea out of their homes in Palestine by cope with Communist-inspired: internal 1OFarII Atha and Farmer nabeFa.lr. -*be II For Re reeBtative <.f the Fo.rtb'Consrts.i.aal Laboratory. This happened in t* One of the t..d
l IHMrtft the Stateof -- -
pararnecia, slipper-shaped smgleeeU -
Co zty QvscbaLsrd.eoa worst bombing disasters .f Hi* .
Mlle flfktffir between the Jews and the Florida la the Eighty-First Con- -.
lJItenat.c creatures that live in
fr-m >r the railed State ;London blitz was recalled whm.
:. An'' The General thinks that it may take 1 JO SDWy it. Harn4e-cats ,i For Seven Circuit J.4re* OroaiM fresh water ponds. Pzramecia .the St. Pancras been h tufueMi, Toes ....... Wt 1.. "''id Qo.iSTAR
E4 TGir Talk-.b e ..
I. Z. ; t. i. a and 7 Eieveotb J.dl-
-:. Dr. Ralph J. Banehe. actIng Mediator ten years to build up such agencies: and and Tax :a--cts -tel ClrcBit; of the State of Florida. differ from men by reproducingfor W. Bentley PufcK:*c. head low BR ,VXDCOFFEE)
Benu Geoc.re br..w-tbe
For 20 generations; or more without -
State .
e Attorney" EleTeDthJadlrial
inquestsritbeut bodies
ki Pak tine foHowfaff the death of Count that "until they do, we.ought to keep some la -fiepcrt a2iO E: repe-ais. .. Cfmit of the State itFlorida. .
Fro Loa Goa-mbs mating.In A direct hit ktatd 154 p--.... ail!
:- .Fttke BrBadtte... aays that the plight of i troops over there." -Lcucb With t.opu.-ct.e For -m. Vemb of tb' Ilaav of i this matekss period a in a public shelter us 1 lHO Toe emCAft ()

U critical because of.erld The Japanese Stara Urer H..TW..A,. Ri ree&taiieii of th- state of* paramecium simply divides into ,of theWhen ctiIu were r.1 id.
: IieRte refugees very according to the Gen- Iaaeiaatisg ELyhm-abc FforMa. < -Try A .s4 Ts4ie-'-
eral 2O-Fooeba11:: Came-etc & cbFooU..a For County JadirFVr & two to reproduce. After a score:, prepa atians for a ..em' -
I : weather and rain that is due to come are absorbing democratic ideas and ea.t.c I : Sheriff- j or more such generations theslippersh.pe ,,orial were started: maartK ae_

..... lie reports that the worth responseta "becoming individuals." He finds little re- f:CO Tara-To30 &Be het'.AnDOtI1lCe4-&t.e:;.ta-a.La saris I I For For Jndce Crk of Criminal th* nrmlt Crt r of.art Reeord. ?rascals pair off lives sect tz. tee Meats down

>'.... proWem has not been adequate and sentment among the people over the -Mii, War for To U Mttexal PtwnmDeTr .1 F r Solkit.Crtmi1 Cost of : the during the =teI I i ordered Th
I paramecia Office aa laga-ia
:: :float have the need atomic bomb and -.... P.rdFor
*epptyes nt met for reports that, "in a.sense .c 1a.e-mIs tact These have the .
less .
14S--I..un. I Clerk of the Crimtaal Coon'Of period. rays ,coroner: ruled that the lour e "din HOT WASHERS
'..;d, etetWnr, tents and 100.000 blankets.So ," the Japanese admire the. United; W"eeLF COT Doc trtct Draat4-::abc I, Rermrd same effects as those of radioactive -, .] the wreckage as a rvBuM (tar.operaUe8L (
For County Attorney. Cot
far aoiody has Wfjerted that the States for its ability to develop such a |I Cnurt. atoms. All during: the "- S26.95 and. S34 95IXIDLTItil
/I For ("....tT Aerr of Tase no-mating generations. nothing. e i ,
.: Ua a1ii. Sute. open its immigration doors powerful weapon. TODAY'S I For Tai CollectorFor happened .
I I ofT Adult male coyo ii wwah
Ie r"e the displaced Arabs as citizens, The American troops did a thoroughjob ANNIVERSARIES Wic OmBty lanr.ort O superintendent>JL. i After crating it was different'' ,about 35 pou 4s. Ttaw- awn. m : I VNSJ. 1

:. eef.kllM .ou*UT. There has been no cam- of disarming Japan according to the (Knew America) I For For Snr Three ..:Mmfcers.r of R- i,.Board tratl n.., : The paramecia in the succ diEg a mongrelized versioa of the $ .. |IS |. 11'1;
( C6mll-in.rn. 100..ru'u generations were less vigorous Aztec word "coyoU :-wel\-
:.-its in the L'Mted States so far as we General, who reports three million small 1764.-Robert Hoe first of the 1.testy J and :- : This loss of vigor was; permanent -barking dogwill -

'h..w, t. rabe fed to rehabilitate them.If arms. 90.000 field pieces and thousands of family of pnntjng-press manufacturers ("...Iy For tOard Three..f Pwt.lior.)(..mlrof is.ttsttioa.TM.tr.rt. the. It appeared eva though:: TROPICAl TRADER

.; lh. glebe It ee world, as many planes destroyed. He says that the Japanese a farmers son who f' I. 4 and SFbr ; only one paramecium among the not chow up -n tft*. ,.
landed J.enite- J.deeFor ancestors had been given osiy ."' ..'.. .. ,
penniless and probably nu5 11 .
:.; clgyeet k fai difficult to understand theN now have nothing with which in New York Jmrtiff *f the Pear ia and mg, "' _
to born in shot of X-rays. This delayed .
England.. Died Jan. 4d.j'for tb tollostnF Jvvtir* IIstrietrIa one many geners ns.
if.i at .....- rn expressed for the displaced! meet a Communist-directed rebellion and 1Z33. 'I % : N'.. 1. ro- ?;No- 2- poisoning is like the harm -

|i.y.aam ta Europe aad the little concern that until they do, it will be wise to keep 1815 Daniel D. r..m.ett.. originator -CGaatabte- Janir Oi ia tri aid<-ts.for Vi*tM; :So.ffcllowlBC 1-. i! expected in human beings- never -. -: - :- -- 0 :-
:Nfc 2. :N* 3. yet found though known .n
: MMtd for the dinptared' Arabs of Pal- American troops in the islands. of the first minstrel company (1-5.) animals and Inhuman
author of -Dixie."* born in ',Ja Tetunoar: W"1: n'C'oI. I lare hereunto certain c'anis Overseas
er+. lflte.r Ohio Died Jur.e 28, 1904. wt my hand and affixed the beings the treey ia that t I Transportation
Creat seal of ifc* Mate" of Flerid.at radioactive damage to tiered t%
Discrimination is the rare element of 182S-Thoaias F. Bayard, DelaWare I TalUhaAee!. the Capital this' >

: THE STATE PAYS FOR MEALS personality that is lacking in your ac U Senator, noted secretary AD.th* .lrty-firt un. day ., AumMfscre ; ........... .....S Company Inc.
of state embassador to I n. A. r.P.-\T. }
t quaintances. Bntain. born in Wilmington. ..ry *-+a'To 1Hwn. = : :i ,
The State Berlin \ sawyer! Sheriff -BICYCLES-!
of New
Jersey recently paid r Died= Sept. 22, 1S32. )low:_ Coenty Fast, Dependable FrriaUl soil Kf raMIAM Stile.

:.: tree t.. |18.0eO far the tabs that legiftla- SUGGESTS JOINT PRESIDENCY 1831-Othmel C. !Marsh noted wt.1-.n.nu.....pt.l.lU.. I I I t -MtwMa-

-;. >.e W" for their meals, drinks and paleontologist of the U S. Geological Repaired and Rented

-:. h t4 acromodatiOBj during the 1948 Between election Survey, born in Lock- nn Also in Stock-NEW and
day and January port N. Y. Died March 18, 18&9. STRONG ARM BHAHD COFFET Tt.SWEST

"'wWall..e.aiea.. 20th. when the 1839-Justus H. Rathbone Also AU.
newly-elected President is Government 1 TRIUMPH BICYCLES TRICYCLES Srrriag onVTS OK $

.w. The to*torn, it seem has been going inaugurated there will be something of a clerk in Washington WAGONS SCOOTERSand "twwea MIezaI s.d >It t? West
founder of the Knights of I thi-
*a for yean aDd has never been questioned hiatus in American policy if, as generally as in 1864 born at Deerfield N. ,I MILL SKATES .

before. Recently however the expected Governor Dewey is to become Y Died Dec. 9, 18891W5 : Express Schedule
i I at. Overseas Cycle Store
.;: Taxpayers, Association cited a constitutional the next President of the United States. -Charles H. Ingersoll co-I I (No Steps Tm lt .a..

restriction that limited founder of the Dollar Watch i /1H Grocer I S29 Division St. Phone 1383 LEAVES KEY WEST fftMlY ICB ,
the salaryof \ t With international affairs in a very Company. born in Eaton County.I'I AAAAAAAAAAAA.aAAAAAAAI ........0................ CEPT: SUNDAYS) at tMright. P. ....
legiiiators and provided that they i critical: condition it might be a bit unfortunate Mich. Died Sept: 20. 194& ri._ ai- Wiest .. Iooo .! 1s.k I+Y

.. sllwld receive "no other allowance or to have a defeated President directing I -c: : I
eraUument. I The so-called'1 merino lbreed- :: LEAVES MIAMI DAILY
or indirectly.
our policies. The people of the ing-bo of the "World.- Sew I GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SUNDAYS) at lfe. .'..... sty.

The Attorney-General of the State United States would understand the situation South Wales, Australia, covers an oiaht MM! rriv.. .4 Xr to. y

*wvjre.U that since the law has been clari- I but it is too much to expect the people area of) some 500.000 acres. -KEY WEST'S ONLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL" R.CO o'clock AJC

:- fled the custom will be abandoned in the i of other countries to believe that the defeated Subscribe to "The Citizen. I I Emergency Room Sfrrlcf, 24 hours A Day Local Schedule

: ....,.. but he doe not recommend that (1! President b executing a bipartisan Resident Physician In Attendance LEAVES(Stop At KEY AB: Xatrrmcdlat WT3Y toAiT....... "

.; tfce. State institute proceedings to recover foreign policy. Day and NtghtOutPatient CUT SUNDAYS) at I.. .1l-.....

:: lh!* monk Improperly expended. He points j The supporters of Governor Dewey ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand Clinic, 3-6 P.. /., Daily, A.o'clock M. aaat P. M vrlvM M Maa. A w .a I,

wt that many of the tabs were unsigned I are suggesting that in the his EQUIPMENt1 1 I Except On Saturday and Sunday
event of
:- Mr the legislators benefited and there is no victory some plan be devised by which 125 DUVAL ST.- PHONE 250 I j:i i Complete Laboratory and X-Ray FacilitiesTHIS SUNDAYS) at KM DAILY.'....Ir (A.t1dll M. cuff,

way. to "recover the State's money. the newly-elected President will share the Place Your Order for HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR P.M.craves at Kf w... at bM ..tomI

responsibility for na- PERSONALIZEDChristmas I

t. I '. With the end of the presidential tional and international affairs from elec- : FREE PICK-UP and :

f campaign. coming to a close the statesmen tion dad until his inauguration. Details CardsNEW GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (FULL CARGO UtU'.F.KKlCE ISll.t.'CENAIK : :

-. can begin talking for the benefit of will be difficult to work out but with .cooperation DESIGNS DR. JULIO DE POO. Director
": .
the nation Ibt
and forget about
; lAtaq partisan ad- on both sides, they are not in- Are Invited To Look I It I 417 Eaton Street Telephone 611 PHONES: n AND.J. p

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\ The Weather I Remaining.Events; .: Of Navy Week ,3 . a a a a a a a . I a a a ..*:


r Key ; 4:00 P.M.-Navy Day Program Girl Scouts of
\\.. Mtd Vwfctfcr Partly i .
I America. Wesley House. .
fewdjr witty tall cfcaafe in IriuPWi i SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31- t ,

r tfcra ........,. Moderate -.. 1:00 PJ-L-Goli Tournament. Key West Golt Information for the Advertisers
...wriy *Md C urse. Navy teams vs. Golf Club wTRS Fort RKGUUARTrrs sad rATWR'iT.. '!'
1'Iund.: Fair tfcrv SaUrday.pantjr .I teams, no entry fee. ..UCK..r. Pay..t fer rlamifled adverttamasts

es,4at rfc.<..jr with a few 1:OO'P.M.-Baseball Came at the Naval Station :1 Advertisements' under tis ..e ad regular is..dyerU.invariably pt-. wick In adrsaedr leaser CWl as-
heM Grounds. F.S.S. Naval* Station j oil, be Inserted In Te Citpres : count may have their admits
showeis and vs. } .
a- r e t mast | the rate of Ic a wordfOY'.acb I mentu rharcred.f '
.*tr*- .*** ............ Little Civilians. : Mrtlon. tut (hemisilneto ehaeg her CBI.U:VTIOli DKAPUSB >. '-
.*, 4:00 P.M.-Baseball Game the Naval Station' .he firct.li worda V *F3 as atl0 T. Inmr MffclKatfon. oepr-yeast
+rae m at .
tempt r"uaie.JiekMftvtn .
The rat for M fcUr |||M> U te a be la -Th. Citizen office before II
thru the Florida Grounds. P.W.C. vs. FawTulant vord, and the mint mum tharts-for o'ciock J. the noraiM. of u .''Aay
, ftttK : WlllilFtlwut tit --- ---_- I tile That li wards l l4ie. J : tlf tubilcatl.s. .

last WMMb tfcru SctttMUf. PartlyWMMWT !
ewuay Fw shower STILL OPERATING SHELTERS A adrertl.lag i. aeoepted under the
I i tdl..wt.is c.adituraa:. Ia tN
aaaat t Tnt I Baa OMM. Mo4r: northeast r.PLoaaibi..ais.. ... for the first in.erti In CU .MM Aas.rN.f.a. earn fa
I .
u. ar \ .iHWa. for only the actual"amount _
t f vast w Mb tfmi Saturday. Fair ,w- I part ..( _the advert.see.ebl. jrh.r. tb....rrr .."uni. apace occupied. 'b7 ihli .

I **.**..*. .*..*.. partly cloudy ? % a . ...fL . - < -
i w..tt levy iA.ws over extreme t -1R # - - -- - aa A ..i


! W........ ConfchoM: Gentle tom
! ....... .......... wind thru W12 !I All qualified voters to vote NO Gray marine engines and servicf.
!! Cswssi.rsble cluudi- .Y >> I .for Amendments 1 and 2. Reward 1 C. R. Smith opposite-F'lI'estoQe

I E hers wb smUstU ffeowiTi and: 1 : Good Schools. Apply Station, Marathon octl-Inao
: a how ,,, .. I ...._ # -t I i Classroom Teachers. I

, He am.tt .salt or utttrm warnKWORT ? oct25-6t] White enamel $2.75. Outside

I fatgh... ba.e.l a..LI white paint $2.75 and $3.7* per
gallon; 50-ft "
I T up. % garden

: Key Wt*. PW, Ort 29. 1948 : Wanted-,:Janitor. Apply Western hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co. 846<
I UM... .. Olivia Phone 1597. octl -ti,
'> tate M dty Office! Union. oct28-3t
i .:l8 ...... IWfTemperatures c4Y I ;
William & Mary period. Schraff
Wanted with bicycle.l}
1tptt_ J I wrsnibay 7; -Messenger grand piano. Reasonable. Telephone -
Mr. Jones
E law w.( .... ...M 72 t 1 Apply Wcoternj 133. oct26-5t
Union. oct28-3t ]I II
's W.... 74
N.- 77 I 1I Complete set bathroom 'fixture
Pre4 ltaUcnT I VACANCltSt Second hand. Phone 68-M.' .
t" .... 34 koala i FOR MEN WHO LIKE TRAVEL! J oct28-3tx
.03 ins. J i I .
TteUI rim ......... 5.70 ins lithe lure of far-off places is f -
: IMfcrMMwy Uu muAth .04 ins. I strong within you. inquire now $1.29 Agrol. 89c. You save 40c

: ,..... tMa ,.... 45.57 ins. :I. into the good traveling Jobs be. j on this. Poor Oil Craig,"1019

! Ea.... lhaa y..e 11.54 in*. : :t4 Sng.'offered these days by the : White Street oct28-ltx
: Relative HumUit,. I :: biggest business in the world !
tM .. .. ftIi the business of Uncle Sam. The!
i .Jft.I 1 Paint
.... I I new ARMY and AIR FORCE outside Watts brand,
83'. .J: .
jf snow-white titanium lead and
I_ BarometerS 1.I offers jobs with opportunity
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Level 1:50 aja. NURSE TAKING PATIENT'S TEMPERATURE i# for qualified menYou get ant Money-back peel rub off ,or uanntewon't washoff.

I' i 29M IN -19152 mbs. j t.. .: additional 20 per cent. in pay': Stays white $3.95 gal. in .
Tomorrow's Almanac MIAML Fla. Red Cross shelters still i for overseas duty. Plus secur-
are.being operated
j I i 5-gal. cans. Sample can. 5< I tSenriae 8:33 am. in Ft Lauderdale end Miami for families whose homes are not ity and steady employment Dealers wanted. Manor House, ,

s..c 5:48 pjn. I, yet habitable after being flooded following the recant hurri-; Good pay is only the begin- ;; 916 LaSalle St, Jacksonville,
..... I ning. A big benefit is a free j
.... 4:44
I am. canes. Nursing service, and canteen daily menus, set up by retirement plan that enables'you !| Fla. oct29nov5-12-19-26
M MMrt 4:52 pan.TIIIES professional nutritionists, are features of shelter aid. Above.:I to retire at half pay in 20 !

I I Mrs. Zalia Perpaul. nurse assigned to a shelter operated at Mi- years, regardless of age. Free N FOR SALE-USED CARS

I j amt International Airport. takes temperature of patient. Mar ; food, clothing, shoes shelter. ,
(Nova Bawl garet Johnson one of 250 persons registered at the shelter. Get experience with a cr-h 1941 Packard convertible, excellent -

Tom.rrewlEaM.rn i I As of Oct 18 more than 1200 families affected by the : value. Broaden yourself! condition low mileage.Reasonable. .

aHanlarU Time) storms had regirteerd with the Red Cross for rehabilitation through travel. Get the story : Phone 136.
High Low II III
19 1:51 I assistance in repairing homes, replacing or repairing fishing yourself, today, at the U. S. .. oct26-5t
: a.m. a-m.
1 and U. S. Air Force Recruiting
craft and equipment.F Army -
t:21 2:00
pjn. p.m. Station. 25 N.E. 3rd : 1938 Limited Buick. excellent
Street, Miami Florida. Qualified :; condition, new tires, radio sun
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA "RENC InN RIOT CASUALTY J representatives will ex- visor. Contact Q arberg. U.S.

(Kf'avtfdM'C Station: Key West) plain all details Apply at Fleet Sonar School Phone Ext.
Time of Height of j I .y 296. oct282tXFOR
*; once. Don't delay. oct29-lti; :
ltau.Tide ,high water{;II I N-0-12 :
(bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0ft]

(.**t end) +2h 2Gm MALE OR.FEMALEFulltime I Five-room. furnished.bungalow JAVO bedrooms practically, tile *
Boca CtwcaSandy -
bath, stall shower, electrically
( Point) Oh 40m organist. BaptistChurch. >
I .
equipped kitchen, breakfast-
CaUea Channel Salary. Call Mrs.}

(north end) 4-2h 10mf 1.4 ftoOo 1 t. !1 i ,147-J.Thelma Porch choir director.oct27-3t:, overhead porch glassed-in fans throughout.front porch Corner a

; lot 100 x 100. Fenced-in
NOTE tMteus
: yard. Separate laundry unit'
<-)- sign: Correctionsto Manager for smalr hotel. 'Cou-!' By owner. Reasonable. Phone

be ubtracted. pie. Apply P. O. Box 708. Can 1114-J. oct26-5t
{+>Pkw sign: Corrections to, hold other position. oct28-tf
4 be added.
House completely furnished.
Wanted-Typist young man ori Large lot 1414 Leon Street. .
.TODAY IN HISTORY I woman. High; School graduate, i ocW- t1t
21 to 28. Apply Mr. Jones
(Ka.,w America)
I Western Unionoct283t
i;* -The Hartford Courant 7 FOR SALETRUCKSLow

kit famed M the Connecticut
Cowrant. I I HELP WANTED-FEMALE J Ji priced used trucks: Dodge

IIH-Rehftt Fulton's "Fulton pick-up ;..ton; International
tie FirsV launched in New I I Two waitresses (nights). Apply i iI IVi-ton; International 1'j-ton,

rk--the w.M' tint steam Vi 124 Duval Street oct29-3t, van body. All trucks in good

Built Itnq lint of I running condition. Call in person -

1irw York City for defense FOR RENT for inspection. 8 A.M. to

afaaws4 the ..... War over j 9 A.M. Cabrera Wholesale
14 lore it wa m service and rot. /r-r: Vacancy. 728 United. oct29-ltx' Grocery. oct25-tf

,14 away M rveeivinf ship; finalIt zr

; S. O opPeacock" Furnished apartment rooms and

r,4MriM from trui c during which bath, Maid and janitor serv- Storm-damaged Elco cabin cruiser

.V hail aVrtroyod 14 British ices, linens and utilities fur 34'. V-8 85 hp. engine with

.|IBM M war nished. Summer rates. Coral ; marine convel!lion. Practically

iMH-HtXurir political rpi- Hotel Apartments, opposite Post new.. $500.00. Call Pat Patterson -
Rev Samuel D. Buchard. Office. oct7-25tx 1564-M. oct28-3tx
s .aiwi. far RepuUiran Blaine

It...., rturtioH. speaks. of Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment SALESMEN WANTED .
I wyevMie Forty as one .-boNII .lPI Wircpholo via Radio from Paris Utilities furnished. Children!jI
......... ore Rum Romanism under 1
year accepted. Apply $8.50 profit on every order. Payday
%< Ret..Us.n..said to have STRIKING MINERS carry a wounded co-worker from scene 1. 915 Windsor Lane. octl-tf, everyday. America's largest

Kit. Haame the Presidency. of a riot at Combefort mine. near St. Etienne. France in whichat retailers -of Wm. A. Rogers
l'It-.l..lMM force !
invading least two miners were killed and scores injured. Troops Four apartments availablE 411 silverplate offer top commission -

(,....rmsaas..., sack by flooding their guarding the mine fired at the strikers during the demonstration. William Street.. oct8-6tx I II on America's fastest selling

I silver line. You can easily -
'la U
S. Marine -
Corps first ----- -- -- -----
t .. ....... tremm One-bedroom furnished apartment -{1 j 1 write 5 orders daily. No

112 '" .I wg of the Fascist ParenWa : The Parson LooksAt Priced with bath hot_ delivering, servicing or collect-
II d--l : ing. Sell anywhere. Commis-
nwe tw Ha*. water, linens and utilities furn- j'
__ _It MuWoN share day on 1 ished. Couple only. $22.00> sion on alt repeats. Write to-

W U Street ..Ml psaces at times On Driving ProgressCHALK weekly. Apply 923. White St.oct265th. I I I day. Dept. 203. P.O. Box 1-N
1 .
t.l.Ua.e crash wipes out bil- !I I Richmond Va. oct29-ltx

li u( doUars.f4 Practice j England -(P) -The: t tI
-Fir at draft STORAGE
numbers Furnished apartment Apply 1123
Rev. A. W W. Bowman in his
dttw. m lint American draft in:': CHICAGO A1) Traffic I Margaret Street Phone 846-J.
-( exports parish magazine"A new danceis
saes ...... ect27-4tx Ued Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
are stressing psychology in | being introduced in which one
Phone 798.
J943Amern ens on Guadet44 1 I an effort to save some of the estimated step is forward and then two I commercial. octl-tf
ro. FOR
on BOMOS taken by the
backward. Probably it
J.40 I 4,000 lives lost annually goes RENTAPARTMENTS'I I
In this country through automobile with the latest on 'Civiliza I
Hl-t.t.I..... rain slow up 1 i, GARDEN AND LAWN
AiWn and Am in accidents involving tE en- ge j tion. HofeL Vic' f SUPPLIES
The Stutz Fleming
moungioM t
drivers. Ideas of speed and safe- j .
vt Holy.tVk !I '
I FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Street, has an efficiency 'apt
ty they hold are developed before j .
feMMm Seed
-- naoo machinists .1 and several sleeping rooms vacant -| Rose Bushes from Hughes
MUM strike m Son Francisco youngsters actually begin to Low or monthly Store, in lots of even, at $3.25.
Overseas Hotel low rates. Coffee ;
drive. .
J I .
9 44-lti V N. General As- rates:' octl-tf' Key West Garden and Lawn
sr iWy. Russian M lotov "You can teach teen-age boys i! shop, bar. ocl2-26t . .. : Supply Co.. 914 Fleming St.
asks j
I and girls the mechanics of j| __________ ______
let hon on atom operating 1019. oct2 -tf
bomb cut in i '
ar*. but sroms the American I an automobile'' declares H. j FOR RENTBUSINESS WANTED TO RENT OR BUY j

"'t'". I G. Kemper. president of Lumberj j| PLACES
H47-President's I.I men's Mutual Casualty Co., "but Singer electric sewing machine
Committee on their ideas of driving responsibility FOR KENT-Business Places faLat"Jte I 803 Olivia Street. Call Telephone
Cayil Rights reports The Ameri- ; TO BUY SELLYour
oafs locust stilt awaits :I are formed long before then." ',;, store. Reasonable. 923 1543-M. oct29-3tx or

,..........h complete Kemper cautions parents to be j|! White Street oct265tMISCELLANEOU3 : LIQUOR or BEER
especially careful when driving FOR RENT-ROOMS
bobcat with children in their cars- j i LICENSE or Your
yh d4fejB from the Much of the TOWN HOTEL.DOUBLE BUSINESS in West
C rtaAafl tax blame for our Key
In that it is
o hat sassier and has acme- accident rate, he believes, rests I I Washers, irons vacuums and ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4
.... Ala tote tufts on a the longer on the shoulders of parents who fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone DAILY. LIMITED NUMBER WALTER'BEEBEAssociate
Mt pow ie EWMMunced.American ears set bad examples for their chil- 1164-M. octl-tf OF ROOMS. $(0 PER MONTH.
dren. oct28-tft
Fred Dion Realtor
red If in need of carpenter for re-
f.... hNHrv Feast bone and .grey Daily weather reports are issued pairs or remodeling, apply 1127 Furnished rooms. 626 Grinnell 524 SOUTHARD STREET' .
h.- by 390 U. S. Weather Southard Street Phone 172.oct283tx. Street. $6.25 single, $7.50 Wou- Phones ICC 432-W 911.9

Bureau stations. ble per week. oct23-3tx


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i., t IIIUIWUlUlllDlIJIIUIUIU1ImumwWl1WIwunullUUlUllllnwDl1DumuW mlaulalau Florida Congress Of'Parents\And r. Calendar Of ,I

NEWS Teachers Convention To Be Held .I Coming Even i Blwi

By NutA, LESLIE GULEY At West. Palm Beach. Nov. 9-11 Kay WI..t L.yr
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Citizen Office 51 t Kni*** of IM *.
PllonesThe Information as well as inspira- in, Tampa, chairman; Mrs. C. D'I j ia80 PM. to ttHan. !
tion is planned for the delegates .Johnson, Quincy, rural sen m> f
: I Ig MirniiinnnuniiiRinnimnuumuiinuniiuiiimuiminuiuinnnnnnnaiun I U flUlUUIUWilhIIIUUllU11 attending the convention of the chairman, and Mrs. W. L. } Wt P !;. .wtg= tls :
Florida Congress of Parents and sett. Miami high school chair(
.Three Recent Broadway Hits Teachers at West: Palm'' Beach, man. j G Orsojm.tI.rsd.GrMff&fft / t >
iNovember 9 to. '11. I l Parent education and study 1 t
: To Make Vn Drama Festival Series Every phase_of parentteacherwork group discussions will be under/ ti !

f{ ,wtU.be discussed at the"earlybird4 the leadership of Mrs. C A. Sal- Nee.s.e 4

: 'Being Sponsored By "ll'io.rhdllib. : .. conferences; from 8:30L las." Jacksonville, vice-president W.sier 6* Mt t i
t ,. .. to 9:30 each morning under the directing the department of education Iw

a. One of, the: .most important girl..he engaged to leadership of the correspondingstate Nary OTW Welt ; !
selection of he ,13 somewhat HoweM'1 'chairman, Mrs. J. Floydei. Consideration of legislation
; .,; .considerations in tie Offtrm Wtvoa CM
ileaijn Griffin. Tampa, state presidentand and school education will be
... be included on the Civic put it mildly, to U N IM*, isOe19e.es ,, : '1 ,
iplaya.to buddy has, meantime, married and program chairman, has re-: guided by Mrs. Mary Dial, Miami It a.. Pti tIi. .
'.. 'Drama, Guild Series-' is its date of another girl.. To anyone who I I ported.to. legislative chaT?an. and Mn. WWMOT Ws.s.S ,!
'production in New York. The knows "Dear Ruth," ;it is quite Classes will be for presidents,Thomas Bailey, Florida State j I i .
directors of the Guild feel that 1 unnecessary to add that the led by Mrs. Griffin Mrs. E. L. School Superintendent nominee 1 i6da..
pineiswa +i hslse'it.E
in order to again establish inter- complications in JOHN LOVES 1 Thayer of Miami, parliamentari-i and State PTA school education! :
est in the theatre in the smaller'MARY are expertly twisted and :I an, and Mrs. George Hanford,! chairman of Tallahassee.It I ifK at Carstwt t-Jt PM m 4 .....

communities o'f the country arranged to produce the kind of, Leesburg. publications chairman.[& is expected that a number!+ Hants SC MB| MaMw'Iai
where if has so long been dor- laughter that spells prominent' Program planning is under the of Key West PTA members will ntvat on IHmil
mant, it is necessary to offer success in the theatre. I able direction of Mrs. P. R.'RobRatcl'S attend this Florida Congress.year PM.&KTUMUAY.. ....

these communities the same ad- ALL MY SONS, by Arthur _. I OCTOMC :
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vantages, theatrically, as are Miller, was the smash dramatichit
Fleet Iiewa
available in the larger and more of the 1947 season on Broad- j i
Club To Present Two Mdisw.
sors at
cosmopolitan cities. This means, way. It was honored by being
DOM*. ls IFt
primarily, that the plays that the recipient of the Drama Crit- pm >
comprise tHe series must be cur- ics Award, a cash prize that is Outstanding Florida Entertainers Fktliu.erw Msr, : fi

rently playing on Broadway or presented every year by the Crit- I
Patrons of Raul's Club on the: engagement at the May HaMwlsw Cwttr..eC.1
of al
the major cities or ones that have ics' Circle, an organization 1
just concluded successful runs; the play reviewers on the New Boulevard tomorrow night will flower Terrace Room in Jackson-,' usN O Mrs r

plays that are at the present time York dailies, to the play oJ have an opportunity to see and ville.Martha Tyfar i 1I
is fresh from fifty- SUNDAY. OCTOM II-
being discussed in literary and American authorship which the) Florida's
icar of outstand-
theatrical circles throughout the consider most outstanding. two eight weeks on the Hammond Key Wcot Ce4w.swst.nt>r
;.. land and that are commanding I The theme of ALL MY SON: -'ng entertainers, Jimmie Bige- Organ at the Seminole .Hotel in meet M 3 Ir ati s !Il>M i.

attention in newspapers, periodicals is highly provocative. Thtplot Sdw, the'Banjo King, and Martha Jacksonville. Annex (.Mr.w[. ,
and publications of the day. i deals with a hard-headed'busi:: Martin,known to many as 'the These two artistes will pre SU to proftmt 'TW I
: The'producers of,the Drama Festival ness man who measures,'suc :est 'Irish; Nightingale." sent numbers from their wide .tell"WEDNESDAY i : ,.,
Plays :contend that if the only in terms of money.. During .:;Jimmie ''has been featured repertoire, and will also be glad Nowtinc \ vit
: legitimate theatre is to have the the war, his corporation fills'government locally at, the Strand Theatre, to render request numbers during of Boor of *
support of the public in that vast I orders for airplaneen and has just completed a four- their program. Key W.*t We .., :

: part of the country West of the gines. Though some of the en - ---------- --- -- -------- --- ---- 346 P M. at IPfiihhoi
Hudson, contemporary plays 'gines were defective, hey were Mr U*
must be sent on tours so that shipped'and used in this man't 1-Blanvelt, Key West,To Be Pictured 417 Unfed Stroil

} these attractions may be enjoyed I mad effort to show a profit. Hit FRIDAYNOWMMft $-- ...
by.audIences in the smaller I I son is a pilot of one of these ,,, _.llff_ Green University \'firhool.. air,.., pm Cww
&.w --- -- --
towns at practically the same I planes and how the crime comes b byI4t
time they are playing in New I i home to roost plus the indict- Miss Nancy Blauvelt, daughter I'I Nancy graduated from the Key **4l Www.w's
a York, Chicago, Boston, Los An- ,:ment of a society that permits ->f Lt Commander and Mrs. Ralph West High School in 1946. and t'i
geles and San Francisco. j!this i condition to exits makes for 3. Blauvelt, 412 William street, is will be remembered for her United Council
,.,Wit$ this thought in mind]i exciting hair-raising theatre. one of the five sophomore beauties .
three outstanding hit shows have j BUT NOT GOODBYE received to be pictured in the 1949 charm and vivacity while attending Church Women i
been selected for the 1948-49 I critical acclaim on Broadway in Key, yearbook of Bowling Green school here, prior to her entering -
Drama Festival "John Loves i 11946. Its run was interrupted by: State University a t Bowling Bowling Green State Uni To l1Ie Here
Mary "All My Sons' and "But I the illness and subsequent deathof Green, Ohio. versity. i

Not Goodbye." jts star, Harry Carey. Not -_- --- United Council ofWomen t
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"John Loves Mary" has just, wishing to recast, John Golden, ;; of .... World wdl i ivemiier s
} concluded a two year run at the the original producer, sold the Key West Junior Woman's Club c..u..y dap aervee I :
Henry Miller Theatre in New rights for a national tour to the S. Servtcos w it
r York City. It was selected by'the Civic Drama Guild. This is theplay's Holds Mnnfhlv Social let Key Wt wttt o. h.IsE : cti
late- Burns Mantle, dean of dra-I first presentation Qutside -'--------.I Thursdays to 11:4i ..... on .....

L 'ma critics, for inclusion in'his of New York. In humorous man- The Key West Junior Womans and Mrs. Anice Curry. Refreshments of dIM......." wilt oe
yearly publication "The Ten Best t ner the author, George Seaton Club held their monthly I were served, and the liT RMponoititUty i
.t Plays of, the Season." Currently I deals with the character of Sam yesterday main event of the occasion was Mr.. o..n... ftoyly r t
it is running at the Harris Theatre Griggs who dies in the first act. Social at the Clubhouse on the playing of the game "Cootie." man of \Ke .......... ;
t in Chicago, and after six II But his spirit comes down ipto Duval Street with twelve members Prizes were won by Mrs. June tar the M'n'ICW in M.md i
a. months there wlil play runs tin the living room and until e of the Club and two special I Cook and Miss Louise Ketchum. .- < .. ..... fottr sfdtscuss ....

s Detroit, Cleveland Pittsburgh, [finally gives up in disgust and guests present.Hostesses and the guests of the day were the telhiwtni"BroUwrhoad i
and''other major cities. .moves on with his ancestors, Sam Homo*
I Authored: were Mrs. Anna Mrs. Teresa Graves and Mrs. Ida t
by Norman ,Krasnar who S'lso i tries. UJ regulate- the lives of his bounders, Mrs:'Nathalie*Knight, I Mae Sawyer. -Ci.d lt4ghts' ......... t.
wrote "Dear Ruth," 7 Q fI N laving. relativesand friends. It lie*.' ss
LOVES MARY is one of the most I is Sam's spirit job to demonstrate ---- -- ------ ------- --- -- I.

: ... deft and entertaining comedies that faith works miracles and h Personal Mentions: MM $0_ W j,
.. of,the modern American Theatre.I does it in an earthly,. hilari6ttand 200 Physicians I : ITrr'NAClU j
The play shows how an attractive irreverent manner. < .< Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McCutchen,j WcMss'iMir f'
.s young man, engaged to an equally The 1948-49 Drama Festival To Attend I of the Oak Grove Hotel at Minneapolis .
'. attractive young ,woman, Series are to be presented locallyat : Ii Minnesota have adi' HIMM *srPcrtuf .
obligingly marries young Eng- the High School Auditoriumon i vised that they are leaving for'I aM .. .
lish girl, with whom his buddy Nov. 29, Feb. 2 and April 19. Cancer Seminar Key West on November 6th and' I.... as It i
has been deeply in love.He does All seats,are-.reserved.They wU I will spend the winter season 1i t ..Jp..N.Itls. ii
this ,simply to enable the girl to.I be on.salt at'YMCA from 10 a..m.i here. YNIt.tsftsEi ..
return to America and he plansa i jUKlO'p-m., or may be purchased, TAMPA, Oct 28 (FNS).-About ....... .- ii i
quick divorce after which he from members of the Jaycees; 200 physicians from all parts of The average adult opossumweighs. .ssl ilssiswt. $.

will, of course, himself marry the!1 who are sponsoring the project the country have made nine pounds and about ii
tions for the second annual, the size of a house cat. He likesto 'll ;:: :JJIl:& i
--- -------- --- --- Southeastern States Sem-
.1 make his home in hollow logs. CI.II ITI UV$11AU1s.
inar, to be held here, November -
Society Editor Seeks Fresh Mint .r..ara. trs. -t .
8-10 according to an announce- --------- -
I ment by Dr. Frank Chunn, director i
For Young Expectant Mother Tampa Tumor Clinic. t ra."

Dr. Chum said that such a .. } .... "
My very first telephone call,,all to no avail. His wife wa s large early reservation list, attendance /7 ... i
this morning was a youngish- j I, holding out for, and yelling loudly at the seminar is expected "

sounding male voice demanding ;':mint.for, fresh mint and only fresl to'of exceed about last 800. year's He pointed attendance -- f .BRIDES 1r; )\ i
to know if I meant what I said I .
'I+j I smothered a low desire t o out that 122 pathologists have ,
in my column yesterday about',, indulge in some crude humo:r already indicated they will attend I / j < i.
writing what people wanted me and ask him if he had tried thiI e the meeting. Host for the ) .
to write. I(I I Philadelphia and Denver mints. seminar will be the Tampa I \ ) I
I replied cautiously that of I', but decided against it, inasmucl 1 Tumor Clinic. Sponsors are the Vf1Utte I '
I meant it, provided the r "
course ?
:as the young man was perfectl Florida State Board ofHealth :
material not yt
was scapdalous :serious about the matter, and i and Florida Division, American ..
scurrilous, libellous, slanderous
therefore behooved tob Sessions will be .
me e Cancer Society. _._ i
unfit for -
or just generally publi-
i:likewise. held at1 the Tampa Terrace Hotel.
cation and unsuited to the
high i And besides, the more I
moral plane on which I aim to ( thought about it, the more attractive The real name of the commonE w
maintain this department
j fresh mint became to miI chicken hawk is red shouldered 44Se
The voice assured that itwasn't
me I also. I like it myself. And surely, hawk. Actually, game and domestic i SeA
anything like that but Sea
i I1 thought, somewhere in Ke;y poultry comprise less than 2
concerned the
simply crying
i West someone has some fresi h per cent of his diet.
for fresh mint, and
some went
: mint growing ,and will donate !
to that the of the voice
owner I
say I =
few sprigs to this young man' Blacktail deer are excellent
and his wife are expecting their
i wife. And a few sprigs for m 1 swimmers and will take to the
first offspring. Gradually the 1
situation became clear: the lady | while they are about it, pleasEi water for five or six miles at a I i
I'll appreciate it, too.
stretch to escape pursuit.
wanted some.fresh mint, the, hus- i I
Dana couian't find because --- ---- --- -- -- -- --
after all he is sailor c. .ra .. :
only a nota Coawwr r r ". ..
horticulturist, he said, and didI "'I"I Sra vw a. Lr. cR + >: I C
know where there was any? 26.00 y 23.30 25.00 KJIt j !

Loath though I am to admit at Lu". s.ee ........ ....ss.rreA ..,..1J
any time'that there is something I I P. P. P. "*.... .. M.. rid rMr..t a
I don't know, I had to confess -- M.... t.w Iww- 3 Y,
myself stumped. But I told him I I eo Scalia bq i.w
I would do my best to find some lands for President's Protective Investment Plan 14 i.t+ a44ssrlss .... R

fresh,mint for him. Meantime, Iasked il -a systematic investment contract combining 1 ...tIC. .... ......... N rs M'fIC a
maybe something mint- savings and protection through life insurance. Full *.. s*. MM ;
flavored would suffice? No, it return of deposits in event of death within twenty few pint....... swvPOLLOCK'S .. ;'
wouldn't, the young man told me I yeah plus principal amount of contract. c.iotr _wg e1.s..i.. ... 4-.
firmly. He had tried candy mints, 1_ __It ...vii.i ,JoY. ;
spearmints, double-mint, bubble- Paz 'Detatt4 Sec See a ... ........g M....+. :
mint, fruit mints and mint jelly, I Seeshea at_ _e ....qi.

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St. Paul's t ....,.........hi ... '

Thank OfferingNovelllber I i District Manager otf \\\\\ .L of"........, :
1 I
BOX 5M KEY WEST. FLA. -rsttu o.

United thank offering of the L 1

women members of St. Paul's I I
Church will be taken up at com-

munion services to be held in the THE FRRHHLin LIFE inSURHIUE CO. \\\"Jllft"v'' OUflUTH I
morning of November 1, beginning -
at 9:30 o'clock.A 'I SPRIIIGFIEID, Illinois I J UJ L fiSDUVAI.
similar offering is taken up
every spring and fall, and is used ISTIHCUISHro SEIVICI SINCIIU4 I IVi :

for missionary work, includingthe i! 50 5THHKI
erection of buildings IL for .I"

eign lands. .. ._ 1 : nce / for TJWoo au...js'(" """ ,f





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T-FnER, '.N. ... 1ft 1.xtr. .: $ :: BENNY'S !: TROPICAL i TRADER I WHERE [0 BUY II" ,.sad certain there product U doubt bur er U as eerrtce to whereto U a..dd THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU I

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I WO SENIOR GAMES "TT __ ...-...- ___-_ IBob's' Defeat 'AdamsvDaify;; [


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And KM| Italia Ve. 'I I
I Spartan I &L1 ,, f siat Dairymen Only I AUXILIARY HEAD he .w.*iW fI/a. .....
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Sc.lulnlA l ExtremistsEAST r s Four Safe Bltfws I phia Cacte ...tta* MI rs.nfitr'
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douUrUadrr .it scheduled. ''TwoInse'culh'', 1 jt PIN 6siU.aN #
LANSING Mich.(ffi i ,r ,f P { .. .
for Sunday in the Senior BasebaQ teams at the cswl of laM tar.llaa'a
t.acat Witker Field Biggest man on Michigan StateCollege's t Two very fast games.of soft- play .

.(U.l C'tpai' Stadium). The firs < 1943 football team U ball -were played l test night at 5. Name three cott *. .......

pine will be" played between< sophomore tackle William Miron I Bayvlew Park.. iY teams wMt hart. .M taw Mt1

th. ClewM ana the AtomicBombers. t tram Cscanaba. He packs 235pounds ay i In the opener.. Bob's- Sport poll at diflsresrt uses .rMt.
Thru! Hubs are ready I on a six foot three inch y this season. 4
Won' Adams 8
Shop over Dairy,
for adios Ihiatbn U have J Frame. The midget is George (Little i
a.temt.* In there' piiHtin and I Dynamite) Guerre, senior tailback to' 0.: The gains was played in 'J THE ANSWERSi
Whrn. aft "rulrt". M'a -right. I star from Flint who stands 45 minutes. Jack Villareal allowed '
.Wl'tt' (Buster. > Kul.-rtj will dofwUMng. lily five feet five and weighs i'L but two hits in the first : 1. StII..TT1-a sword '.....
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the Dairy- (-:
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h.. Cavadu Santana. ]157. 7 innings
JaAc Volta,.1, Do/Ur. Jo? Mira.I IAlbury. + Pr. men. In the seventh, he was 19th he would definitely

J-ra Albtu Acevrd ,;l'D '. I j touched for two mora double his:! 'ide in June <

az. A. .......,.. and JuUin VU.( .. a 'al\d' a singls. Sterling' was 3. Pro football
How Stand -- y -- -- n..t l IUi urfi fly
laraal snake up the Atomic They j thrown out at the plate trying 4. Notre sill
Vwibrrc, | (#) Wirepholo to. score.' extra poll miter tter ..._ Its

,uaa.tee CC Smith of thel.- i I 1 Sands poled a triple and a igan took No. 1 aril wiry> team
Ae THESE left
: 10 BASEBALL PLAYERS. fivf from ea7) cf tty nation's baseball experts. Top row Irish.
0IuwN wHt acne Air to the 1 double' to lead the Dairymen at the
LOCAL SOFTBALL j star team selected for the Associated Press by 22m 'Sten MusiaL St. Louis Cardinals outfielder: 5. Mk9dpe, HaeM Dtll.e.
mulind and Oscar Mclatocii b-J I I bat.
bind the that prvtrctac.and the Class "A" Leajjua !, to right: Ted Williams. Boston Rcd Sox outiieldch circuit, comprise the 1948 major league all- Ii For the victors. AceyeduaD North Carolina.
John Mire of Demorest. Ga.. New York Giants' first baseman: Joe Dimaggio. New York Yankee
Club W. L. blasted home 'and
fa mta k. L. Butler who leads) J PcLj Villareal tW;,Ieatw;' la httt ftC. will be in ]Bob's Spurt Shop ___.10 2833 outfielder Cob Elliott. Boston Braves' third basemaa. Bottom row. left to right: Lou Boudreau. DeWitt Roberts poled a. triple.. as Kill Girl -I 1

the. ...,thnc far victory. Other .Adams Dairy -. 84 .667.i' Cleveland Indian shorstop and manager: Joe Garden, Cleveland second baseman; Birdie Tab- did! Arango. Cyril XJriffen, the Dogs ,

m.Ailitra .( the team Include Vets 6f Foreign Wars 2 10 .167 betts.. Boston Red Sox catcher, and two National League pitchers. Harry Brecheen of the St. Louis old timer, played left field for
HAVE*FULL. Mr. .UMkMbli.ret
Brfwn. At... A. Mclatwrh. aDJ1'1Tt.idaa. i[Nut Including Game Last Night)j Cardinals, and Johnny Saia. ace righthander of t he Boston Braves. Bob's and doubled his first time A. Gotten, 4..4- .1Be

& _._ at bat. Barber, Villareal ,and f IlA Fhu ford. > Yet rev ed t ow a._.__
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Ttve second came will brine to- Class "B" League i f Actvedo each hit tWQ.safely.. I

tetb.r, the Rd RaiikT and( ct-.1b- W. L. Pct.t ITS HARD TO TAKE \w Shorts In the fold Barber, AccvedoJ I MRS. HUBERT GOODS I he A victim medical: I of e--dug tote e.urhl.. rd

A.iriieaa' .....C on. It to expected Elks Club _.. ._.10 1 .909 I' : Sports Roberts. Mira and Castro, handled (above) of Portland. Ore. was j! hat the child who ws killed' w
that Bakes or MiUhU will start _. -10- and ten assists
VX-1 Flyers 6) 5 .545 putouts
tMI fc th Raiders and' Release Of Great I! !I ). elected national president of 'i j ]i poultry farm on Oetuawr A fcad
.n without
Kantor's Men' Shop 5 6 .455!i[ Ballplayers Bucky Coleman, Villanova Col-4 an eror. lied of lass .C blood and. HMM
UWl.Leel4% will irseBllnsy' V lIlvnriqucz l-, (Not Including Game Last Night) ,!lege pole vaulter'who, ranks .W'th Score: R..H. E. the American Legion Anxiliar |he injuries were comntisil lusty
iswl.. with doing the the best in the east, is trying his. Bob's '__ 232 100 0-8 10 0 at the annual convention .
ntirtriftC. I LOCAL BASEBALL Recalls Their Days Of Glory !hand at football this season: He's- Adams. ..____ 000 000 0-O .4 2.I in Miami. Fla. She was chosen log
R"diRuet. the slugger, will be a halfback. I Jack Vilareal and Castro: eriC- by acclamation after her '
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nneup.. slung >> fen, Villareal.and VillareaL only opponent withdrew !;. .
mt4.1:1am.: Ancuiera. Paw and I I (Municipal Stadium) i By FRANK ECK Tom Smith, guard on the .1947-. fen: : I ITODAY'S
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.up-and-coming ; AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor Villanova College eleven, is'an as-. Home run: Acevedo, ViUaral;
Red Raiders ._. _,_ 1 0 1.000 BIRTHDAYS
wall give the veterans a three-base hits: Sands, Sure It's
itant.coach at. North Catholic Round!
ruouXor their money. f Key West Clowns 1 0 1.000; NEW YORK-Baseball's annual fall housedeoning is .in lull,]High, Philadelphia. !I Arango; two-base hits:Robirts.J'! (Know America) ,
9Vttor saW yevicrday he will Atomic Bombers __ u ) 1 ..000I f swing. It's always interesting to see: changes made in'major league j: i Acevedo : tad. a -1./lr I./.ite. ei.N.I. .

be vUt .he4p the Ratd.TS. as'will I American Legion 0 1 .000.1' player personnel but when some"'of the lan.'s'QU \lI1.ding stars! I Sterling bk plays.:-ViI1arel1 to Barber: to York Jack, 53 Pearl actor born in New ,_.'.,. teli_._...W.....,...N-I. ...............
of '' years ago.
Ct 'a..... Acevrdo, Gates, AlontOrtAnngo the hill )I. University Mississippi' .. .. ..._... .
i I pass over it's a bit hard to take. Mira, Roberts to Mira ;tim: __ of Fanny Brice. oldtims actress .. arb. / I. ... ..
athletic nickname "Rebels, .... *. .
the homr king) '' 121, lt Movtfc .4.e. J. e
( run I Calendar ; Since the season closed a, number of former standout; have', old. 1( game 0.45; umpires Griffen and born in New York. 57 years ago. RitIb mmnrnr ..4 Ala
tnCwUwtm.A: Sports I been given their release as players.. Among those who have!passed;j'years I Abston. | Charles E. Adams, board chairman i.rre .... 'w a .\a... t. .-e-
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food daubkheader is ex- .I l M>r 4 .<.
first will start at! SENIOR SOFTBALL }, from the scene one player stands out. lie i..;.-Terry Moore one of: The Uuniversity of Mississippi I I of Air Reduction Company \... ...4 .... err .
prde.L game the greatest, center fielders in National League history: Moore' In the second game last night New York born in Toledo Ohio, '.*.. J.fc. wail a.-d |MWkMItarhrrf 4
1i ] introduce football to Memphis i i
1 P.iti and the second' at 3:30: Bapriew' Park. Nights : helped .. I5. J..b. wMk
will be coach with the St. Louis'Cardinals the YX-1 Flyers and: Kantor': '7 .p
a next years ago.William
i season. !j playing the Memphis Athletic -t pvrmaliy '.r lr.t.l_ .B4 ...-
p.ra.: FRIDAY It seems like only yesterday that he- Was making glittering ] Club Nov. 18 1893. : Men's Shop-played a 2-2 tie. B. Lipphard, editor of ......*. Job. MHb ..>... ..-pv .
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First Game-Elks Club vs.. contest was called in' the the Mission > al fc -* > .
... ... catches in World Series the Yankees. In the 1942: Series .The .
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Bob's Sport Shop.Second first-half of the: seventh because New York born in Evansville ... ..
atTITf.:. .' n ?.._ .Game-Adams. n"rv,; : he made 15 putouts, many of them sensational grabs. In the 19461 Racing colors of Townsend B. : Ind, 62 -.e4 .thrs.' ,..I.: {M .......,--
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,,,. "'" at II'15 =vs. Kantor's; Men's; Shop. j, classic 'with the Red Sox he had!:Martin will be seen this winter. at !, Williams each allowed years rise.-.a./ ....ei .. ...
Freeman and _....... .. .. IMW... Ir.r.ar. .
atfhafARMED 41mmuI I 17 putouts. 'f.i j:Hialeah after a long absence. Martin : three hits. A walk and a National League umpire Bill ,... a. 1. .. ,.. ... 1.e. .
SERVICES But the last two Terry's ': won the 1937 Flamingo with I the-Kan.1 Stewart had a pitching trial with : \I.. .'_ H......... el.s.....
SKATING j 1 years I Court Scandal the day after he I double by Kelly' gave ". is: a's ....... ,...... Met
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I purchased .1 and a single by Before the season opened he in- .i.1 ..__........ -. -.-11 n-
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4' against( lifetime .283. ,
.1 pain : a: ,average of There are 110 rookies among IS..erib.

l W" -- i DEFENSE FORCES Moore realized he was at the end ..1 the 280 players carried on the I ".In the sixth, with one out J t* The (......... ... .
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TENNISBayvkw'Puk. ; I rosters of the eight teams" in theAllAmerica j I r'
: PROGRAMirninumnmtunrmTuumufliimnnuimaimcBiir 'of the trail when he misjudged.a \ Williams walked and Kerr" was .
.:oo'p.1l-JYU Box fiance."Truth Afternoons '! fly ball in Brooklyn. It'was his(j i' Football Conference. ,i t''hit by:a pitched ball. A wild
or Consequences and Nights j / !! scored Williams with the
Quiz Show. Daily play. I\ : second League such offense The in loses 1,3OOt j. The San Francisco '49ers were ]I I pitch tying run and'' then the rains .SALE
MONDAY ] games. game: : a : FOR
TUESDAY the first team in the history of the
7:30 P.M. great competitor in Moore. | dime and game was called. i l
730! PJL-ShufOe board ses- SIlbFFLEBOARD I' : :--Spanish Class.TUESDAY ,: .Among other veterans who ;All-America Football Conference j I At baL the leaders' were Cordova -
sJcns&n the patio. I I to go through an entire game i i I
(Bayviw Park) I have been released as players Kelly and Barber. one
t.P.U_Theatre Croup Inft'ts.wtDlJr.sDA 10:00 A.M. without receiving a kickoff. It
< for
Daily play.SENIOR. -Bowling, Navyi! are George McQuinn by the I each, for' Kantor's. and Sutton.
the New York
,. happened against
Wives, at U. S. Sub each
Yankees. Rudy York' by the' Freeman and Cooper one
j. ,
1:M Kits IkjiptUl Fishing trip. i Base Bowling Alleys i!,1 I Yankees recently. I
BASEBALL i Athletics Manager Bucky Waij j for the Flyers.
S OC: r. L Dance Class (Begin : t.
7:30: P.M.-Hospital Party ((2nd|I ters Reds the laaders were White 1
nenj Municipal. Stadium.. Afternom ; by the Babe Young by When the San Francisco 49ers In the field

f M P.M-Y. Ole. Country,i SUNDAY OCTOBER 31- Tues.) j i I ithe I I 1 Card and Arky Vaughan by,of the All-America Conference i Meador and Cordova for Kantors

Part -. First Game-American Legion'\ WEDNESDAY Brooklyn. t'I I dumped the New York football and Hostetter, Sutton and White-

(Square Dancin*. Virginia vs. Red Raiders. j!12:30 P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip j II McQuinn, an 11-year veteran Yankees 41-0 this season, it was''. hurst and Coper for the Flyers. I NEWSPRINT
Reels). Second Game-Atomic Bombers 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club. 1 I in the American League hit only the first shutout the Yankees had i I Score: R. H. E.
TMUJWDAYiJW vs. Key West Clowns. 7:00 P.M.-J u k e Box Dance j i .248 this year. He batted .304( in suffered since early 1946. Flyers 002 000-2 3 1

.MPhoAo Class.M SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 7- games. j Ji[1947 but ,when he reached his I I Kantors ,..-- -_ 001 001-2 3 3 .

PJ4.-Dance. Orcttestra.ntlOAYi First Game-Atomic Bombers THURSDAY I i i! 37th year he just didn't have it. ;ii Only 12 of the 49 football players ,I Freeman and Damanis; Williams .

.vs. American Legion. 1:00 P.M.-Sewing Machines,J[ In the 1944 all-St Louis World listed on the roster of the Uni- I and Griffen. t 500 Sheets :
Series he* hit .438 for the Browns. of Two-base hits: Cordova, Kelly;
I.U PAtWUovies. Bridge Par Second Game Key West Billards Showers. 'versity South Carolina weigh 5cArtman
tillIIIATURDAYs Clowns vs. Red Raiders. i FRIDAY I I.j York, who went from Detroit to more than 200 pounds. I t stolen base: Cooper: struck out: 8'/2 11
2:00 P.M. : the Bosox? to White Sox to Athletics : I by Williams 2, by Freeman 2: : X :
TIIEREAFTER'I'I : -Pre-natal Class.:: Within the last three I I off Williams 3,
1:11: PJI_Movies. 9:00: PM.Dance Orchestra. years Grover Cleveland Alexander' bases on balls::
f I!I 4
U.lft P.M-srn.nd is another forjjner 'World Seriesi holds the National record I off Freeman 2 time of game:
: show (same as above but will reverse SATURDAY League : ;
feature). first and second games. 'I, :2:00! P.M.-Boxing Training. i,i star. The big Indian slugger.' for shutouts. He turned in 16 with I I I 0.45; umpires: Griffen and Ab- : THE i
from Alabama hit 280 homers.
SUHDAYi Army Barracks AfternoonTo SUNDAY the Phillies in 1916. j ston; scorer. Aguilar.
t.U AK Java 1; As a first baseman in the '46 {
Club. be announced. 9:30 A.
: Communion Break- Press
2W PJIv-aantc lluur. I fast (monthly). 1 t|I Series against the Cards York) Vince DiMaggio led the National -i American barred owls have a f !

.60 P.M.-Fellowship Hour. Fred Lazarus, Jr. noted Cincinnati 1:00 P.M.-Picnic (sign up). I I accounted fotwo of the three'' League in striking out duringsix wing-spread of 43-45 inches. The
Okffev anJ dough- merchant born Columbus. Red Sox victories in a losing seasons. female is slightly larger than the
tots Ohio 64 years ago. I Subscribe To The Citizen. f I cause. lie won the opening game male. <,\ CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 :
.... -.------------u___--',_- __ _____ _____ j t i with a 10th inning home run to j jI Hack Wilson, with the Chicago
I beat Howie Pellet g.j. He also New i -w ww.ww.w..w.wwwwwwwww w w w ww w vw w. .t
J Cubs in 1930"; drove in a record: Dr. Gertrude Rand of .

Iic3JfesJss; '. '.. b1111111' find Frank Eck) won homered the with third two game juq in when the first he 190 runs. Lou Gehrig's 184 for the York City, noted psychologistopthalmblogist -- -
; 1931 Yankees still tops the Amer- born in New
J inning to'' beat' Murry.Dlckson;: ican League in runs batted in. York,-62 years ago. I
PENN STATE YALE I ; --- -- .---- -
52 eadge 4.0.In
ARMY n----t
cloth. York's greatest year-1940 ; .
1b rrWA. COkc A TE OAI3TMOUTH / tOp -he hit S3 homers, batted .316 FLORIDA STAR SIGNS WITH PIRATES aSS

VPI P iNCET ON ,. r NOTRE DAME BROwN t and drove in 134 runs for the.
Tigers. Some team may yet use NI
t -
CORNELL xllbi.
( r't bAJltitowrW I j his big bat even though Rudy IS.
past his peak at 35. '; .
PEA HOLYCROSS COl-UMw. Walters one of the most popu- '' f rtr

M &ONSM .. lar player to ever wear a Cincinnati -
l VWSH, V + s .eyt I :
{b bat MISSOURI b uniform, has called it quits

1 Xv l&WA yrtM'CHIGAH\\J' beat> KANSAS /fNORTH WESTERN as a pitcher. Bucky, of course,

t, ._> : over STATE 'to trim. :i may change his mind. He needed

ii ILLINOIS cg3-,. ,-. ._, ,.. s C>ut0 STATE y j t only two -, ins at the start of the .
iVMiiiiir'nTirV7 pr.ri
tMr OREGON GEORGIA -.:.- j I season to crash the elite 200
OKLAHOMA ; circle. He failed in his few starts
\ this year. ;
F R ; .; oSTATE ALABAMA MISSISSIPPI ', The former: third baseman aI t.

r N CARCtINA ... '.. STATE I three-time 20-game wiener with:1 .
frMARY ?+ ; !; his with I 1 ;, fit /
R.IiORtbl CAROLwA SATE oaKr GEORGIA the Reds, jeaUuAJ peak r

>''d grim. A frWV L. WAKE AUOMA TECH to RICE to trounce !ta pair of' victories over the ,, : # .
TENNLSSU a1q( FOREST AGGltcs seat DUKE |i Tigers in the 1940 Series. After a ti t c l ( /I'r yi

k owl KANSAS ,. i, TEXAS 'TECHADI5IJCAe i great season in 194 when he .
lost 8 he hurt his 'it+a s i6
WEST Ya61NIA t won 23 and j
TE S AGGIES CAROLINA Jtoe eTEXAS oiler OREGON tip : against the Cardinals and his
tO limited. i iI
Ca A NEBRASKA service was j
.- SIMARY'SII I I Another gran competitor who;;;'
CA N1Atb I has called fini, '**'!"*:.-. pitching;

clout a :' career is Fritz Ostermueller. At i i l'r.
SWN117t4 Ul E' sea to wallop '' 41 he won eight games for the !, :4 i : S .ems' a : or
s1aaFrs Pirates to run his lifetime

WASHINGTON I to 1H against 115 setbacks. How- ;I COMMERCIAL

,, ': ever, Vanager Bill Meyer of the : ; USEWe
:' i. Pirates thinks Fritz will be back. : 4

"He loves the game too much to Are Prepared To Furnish Von IfjJ5
retire, says Meyer. i j i

I Mrht I Other stars who passed: out of I j ........-..... '..- u '-' ::ol'' the picture before. the season

ended were 'Medwick. Bobo uPI) Wirephoto
t; tt r sue.: Newsom and Bill Lee. For some I Thompson Enterprises Inc.ICE

fellows there may be a place in !! BOBBY FORBES (above). year-old football and baseball I 6 6I II .
; ;: the I II I I star at the University of Florida last
rI\ baseball but as far.as playing season has signed a base- I
.' .. W..Ri..bRw j game goes their hitting or pitching I bll contract with the Pittsburgh Pitates. He throws and bats ( DIVISION)

I I deeds will I long be remem-j l lives in PHONE NO. 8 KEY .
f .' ..., RCCORDi TS RiflkC S. Wrong, two Ties. PCT .876 bered. lefthandedBobby Clearwater. Fla. He will report ] 9..,. rL1 \.
1 to the Pirates' camp in California next spring.




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.\\ Ol'r0BI:1:9,1918 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN 'AOR 8VJl



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A Citrus Juice If :tt' -;.
11..1.1. !'I.114N1",1 > WARSAW Polish
yn- wOInJ -J----
eta f Ceelal t......f't" at fen J ere taking? big role in pushing
Of llmltli ManUHulurtnl li the "I''PW.WarkersPary. .. K
j Army. Airforce NORFOLK. Va.. Oct. 29.-Saying ttr the propaganda campaign of to as Mataf **
(: Aural! "food morning" with Flori- j jparty' ;.; .
citrus juice has: become a pleas-I the Polish Communist Worker Like note ........*.
In "..,. \\....t ; l Recruiter Here ant practice this week on all among this country's 24-. to march in pato,dalqraRtes ......_tl.
I dining can of the Seaboard AirLine 000.000 people; ssel pw .............
A tntal I of Its f.wd fcMtMrn. in.i.eNrat.r..7 Next ;Railroad, according to C. E. Figures released by Communist
: .utra.grrr of Tuesday i Bell passenger! ,traffic managerof headquarters Warsaw show party. headq.sellas el tttej
the road. women make nearly 20 per cent tar showing a."ricbtixtalisitr" or
... Obits. c...Ir.. Each having break of the party's entire I .
i iwK eta 4&4, wetters. boi'trnit TrcMueal l Sergeant A*Au? L. -passenger membershipof tnnkney."
fast bft a .Sf! board diner hasbeen approximately: 1,000,000. A total
VNotinlhoft > ------
"f the -lft S.'
MtaMtr. dMMwetlrcn. : Army '
greeted With a complimentary' of 190,717 women are members
pram dag M a .iel114Iar
aetl 1"-4&rl d U.
S. '
t eernla.dt Air Recruiting Station glass o[\ Florida citrus juice of the party, commonly referred : the squirrel; 1 faml!)'. -.
d 1MeeUM the. e ja..aI. 'In Mta.i.t twill bo Irf ..KeyWest as_'soon ss he takes his sedt at'the --.....- .. _
.. .. --- --
,ftrtmul IwM m -- -- -
wsrt:!' thl'tu.h' table.. -
Tuesday Friday
Ottr.ll w atal 171._.._...1.01 CiuMrHVMMrti Vttf Tw Monrue. +d..y. Nov "ti l.er 2 to S.T1ae : These juices have long been y, fee :
one of the most popular items on
recruiting office will
i" Orel 7lartaJy. be set I "
11Ie. waw apuemrtesl. kw ) "|> in the Key"\Vl (t Post Office our breakfast menu Bell said s TOMORROW
1lreli tltMfr bard d14ewIR Buiidin 21%. and the hourj that "and we feel that our patrons"

Mtn ..... .11.1.4. Ce.ooas.ltta4 .- ,ap.rn.at il k vpm" will be from 8 a. m. to I will The welcome health-giving this innovation.qualities of n

ttteiw. Phstt s Roa4aoroMAlr.rallen t Yuung meo interested in a Florida citrus juices are well
act spirtraestlot.l.1.II
... tI, c *rrT in the Army or Air Force known, ao say nothing of their
Ir S p W. u. i C wb. : I delicious flavor and we believe IS THE lAST DAY
tltml. Mt. l4e/e/ .... Nea4swsot AIal will be sent to-Miami every day will
eaeaaMPsi.ow- ! In Miami of this idea. We think it
; the will
applicant re-
I f a4 aH three broaden the
will also help to
a examination
de,. dasar. will r.easv. csrttllttstw. h"'al' market for Florida citrus juices."
and a mental classification test. j
d aU wMnw aM soy rwM t
..".. k.vatg 7"% d .b I.- ,|Tr."*(. food and lodging will be IrI
-5- aMrta. wsM nave a wetaei at the government's expense and Who Knows? (,V) Wirephoto
if the applicant fails to qualify,
erpkar11te MARTIN ADAMS. JR. 17. and his 14-year-old bride. Marleae. :I
...... .tae will be returned to Key West 1. How many railroad workers -
w. dsnried b Gtttltrl
hold hands at their home in Niagara Fails. N. Y. return
there in the U. S.2 upon j
.. ........ fill Nee F1od I -:- i ii are
ad 2. How much did U. S. fans from Atlanta. G&. where.they were married Saturday. They
.... .... oS $ea4/k wIw !
4. ''I .......etpal&.tk hi j i Cable) ( Back To .- spend for college. football tick- said they flew to Atlanta for the wedding because Georgia law I
MMMaos.WNI. ets in 1947 permits the marriage of a girl at 14 if she has her parents' con 11
Naval Station (fP) Wi photo 3. Identify J. B. Chifley? sent. Marlene's: father and mother.agreed to aha wedding. >: REMOVAL.SALE
; 4. What is the present popu- -_ .._.."'_ -.4". '_.. .' -- .
: \1. SiIi11rn'asatol.s.d : : | KATHLEEN WINDSOR author lation of California I t t

/[ Irrv.tel laa.r tile.) SS Cable the lange tug owned:' of. Torever Amber.. relaxes I 5. What was the total Presi- '
taetabr. Iaxewa..d .rote R.4J1 to I by the MerrillChapmanScou :dential vote in 1944? : .
'L. ; Corp< ratk>n. returned to its statkm -! atya dude ranca at Reno. 6. What are "ceiling books?" I BeAn :
"- r. IN iftlMlR'd I In the Key West Naval Sta-; Nev. She is establishing the 7. Where are "the Pillars of I j Eaily13ird. .e
t.e111ed itsaahws N aM veer lion this morning after an 011>-! customary six weeks Nevada Hercules? ITI
b.-uar.Il Ir..t A .. M ....... ,canoe of several weeks in Cuba residence so she can divorce 8 Can you name the Justicesof I
Me hew Ietra.. .... ,..,. n. i I and Jacksonville. j' Band Leader Artie Shaw. Miss the U. S. Supreme Court?
...... tehawed. tar .wotMy !| The Cable went to Cuba several --I Windsor divorced her first 9. Whose picture is on the Let Your "Merry 'Xmas" Startat
to ..... .......... fr.oo.MI ;, l weeks ago to take a vessel ; husband and married Shaw $50 bill? I
... Ml Jeaoe. A. 147. to off the reef. Later she towed the j soon after her book made her 10. How much seed cotton is i I
Sears Order Office
,... I for 500- bale?
M. a laser I|but at Jacksonville, where she i iI famous. required a pound I
A ,... .. -
0u WIVM | M and i imii I I remained until her return here I
sew d I...ca .. .< to. priin ,;, today. .
: i The Answers
, -7 ttreeahte Moon Cot niy ': .Release Skillman Select Your Gifts from SEARS
awe ........ IM, sM 1ft 1941 i!i Unlike whitetail deer elk arc I 1. 1350000. I Shell
eke ...... .. Paul
.aoo y p.rs+Ia.Ha and migrate in
lfflt.atOUs large
are-.. .. WI he .i44. 41ft Jw-M 1 I{'I herds. They are curious animals! {On $250Gorge Bail 3.2. $83,000,000.Australian Prime Minis- I 4 Biggest Christmas Book J.

It. -ware 31 IIUCtt boefeesaM ,:and will approach ,
any j te r ;
..... .__t M 11 a year .... :''motionless object. i I. Skillman, one of the ter. : Now on Display at Our Order Office
M dwkboo 01 pnMerJ' I 'Miami men who were
k..mAtsdee geld .......... Ireorsetl I|Hof! age, having in their care one 'week ago trying to break into a 4.5. 47976263.10031000. -JEWELER-
watk.r.. I. Me.s o Count '(or more unmarried children up to. 'the Midget Bar Simonton and 6. Microfilmed books project-I PHONES 1560 and 151
weca ea.etvtng $0e 14ais year. i.,the age of I a. This year such ben- i: (Greene[ streets, by cutting a hole ed on the ceiling for bedridden I
Last ,..,. .w wane Jane 3e'''*ft Mries number and they reI, i>in the roof, was released] under veterans. I ROEBUCK AND CO.OKDIK .
.-I IMMMSIa to H udeildrwi I|I ft'tvN $199 per month. A yearsago $250 bail by Peace Justice Roy 7. The ?rocks Gibraltar and 'Of iCI 532 DUVAL STREETDON'T
lIlt '|: H75 was paid to eleven such ]Hamlin yesterday. He will get Ceuta on either side of the)
ued tseaee than 85. t i widow j' i a hearing later before Criminal Straits of Gibraltar.
M raNal Ift'Wtty talea dncpPftl !: A year ago there was one parI\ I Court 8. Chief Justice Fred M. Vin- SIMONTON and PtEMING; : STREETS.
.... M m hMf to tI in 1141.degq '|ant aged 65 or over who was dej I j Richard Carter the other Mi- son. Associates Justices Hugo L .
>rimi +M beeo $21. tu i|>dent on deceased insured'' t ami.rnan.held on the.same charge: Black Stanley. F. Reed Felix!
'workers. an>i was paid $10 this 1ur I s still in County Jail because he Frankfurter Wm. O. Douglas, --_.- -- -_ '- '.. M-.. ----a- ------
I IIIee., ,,C, a.. .1 ..iit-t "rEt-I!}""a In'. y<- there was il>o one such ben- >Was unable to raise the bail Frank Murphy Robert IL Jackson ..
w ftY I .f F htw' Jle-! .. who i -
tfui i ftciary was A.tng.paid. $10. i oney. Wiley B. Rutledge, Jf., Harold \
" -' H. Burton. -
: ; 9. S. Grant.
rilOHM.IllI'HKH: UKATILN' : I IN STRIKE: AT ROME t ; CA. I 10. About 1400 pounds.

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Rocky Mountain goats are not WASTE YOUR VOTE
Tr1iE goats at all but a type of ante-
Oar ttti a t, lope. They belong to the ox
as' family. When alarmed they
travel at a stiff gallop but their

Ir) r ;tlr p customary.. gait is a casual shuffle. ,
let! -----
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47 minutes to I


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CALL 1084 j the next President

r Of your Iravtl agent !
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I- gx "UTMUULEasiest 11 \ I I ;, : ;; T

.... I.' .".""! :::' I, } candidate
a ywf'. e .r-- A :vote for any other (
(4'1( ) Photos I will send Florida'
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JOHN L, SCARBOROUGH (ca.fI.). photographer for the Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune. was beaten "'" /' .
M Iw Mc4 Ml a picket line near the strike-beund plant of the Celanese Corporation at Rome. ,-- -.
ticket Mid ScMbotw9h was attacked because he was armed with a pistoL Right: Here are a .- down a Dead-End Street
few .f like l.WO picket who are trying to stall a back to-work movement sponsored by the Cel- r --

twee Cerpe.tioe.5Tltli'i .",.

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covers wallpaper, oE FLORIDA I
r fI.AIt paint plaster. DEWEY WARREN CLUBS
One hour drying. '

No"painty"odorsThompson HOTEL SEUI\OLE JACKSOM'ILLE; ; )

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I Hardware Division
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I .... Phone Ill. (Paid Political Advertisement_) 1
A HELMCTCD SECURITY TROOPER club in hand. chases a striking ceal miner at Bsthhun .i --- 4 ,. ,_ u .. I _
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their haivli- stand by ready to throw.
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OCTOBER *9. 1t 44

I I non 1 _. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN __._ ______. ..__ _. __ _._ __. _,_____"_ _'U_ ___ FRIDAY.
'! .t;:/rag IP ;

f $.42 Percent I VICTORIAN: MODE GOES TO THE FEET: I -:----:..-.LEII'titiSbl S. i1U'a15.1Lt ---

.I KM Tax Dollar .''- 1Lt-:

Goes.* To Schools Modes ;6f. : tlie :Moment _

TALLAHASSEE.: >!... XL 29tTKSWThai ; i :
Ilal>:borough Couar "
*rt oU restive 53.43 rents out
r wry rwMJty) Ux dollar aniovaccd O or

: lad ireek by llilUbor I A .
qusti County Tax ColterfHS f -iKti4 cJ'GO'

JU > baa attracted much _
aii., ?
intrr In 'nt.ny part"* of the a 1___ a- : : .
j Supporters alt Xt fpdment No. 1 hive contendea'tftat TKe&Tffways ire _. : -- r
the schools would nut be 3 .
arfftvfeA by the passage of thisnuepdnfcAi. .
Then comes the air Clothing it's HART SCHAFFNER & fARXl
Eait* ren\ of tax funds that are already
going to arhools;. t r
.. Each year ScbVman* Issues a ,, i Hart Schaffner & ,Marx leadership has been
breakdown the dollar to :
I on UK '
/ show the thousands of city and :3 -vr C count! Fabric
where.their :: ii earned through superiority on every
county taxpayers '

i!I that money school is going.costs His absorb report shows 53.42 j I U { tfL.k \:[- lace bootees% FANTASY irere/ .spurn. .recently.. These aiaashiUttahoujill black sails\ antl r.LOX'I)0 I' of matchless quolity-fit'thot leaves no

cents while the general revenue
fund will take only 19.24 cents of : ... Grnscetior House, London( : room for improvement-styling that Is consistently;
every dollar. It was explainedthat .j: Strictly for evening wear.CHRISTMAS.
this school money is paid I correct-and tailoring that is the envy of the

I wI,lor the maintenance and I}. ._ .04, ._ .. 1.' <
= ""YX.> 9='" "" ''''"'
operation of school b vad industry. This insistence:on the BEST has been
:The Florida Good Roads As-1 I wY
tkUUon has pointed out that the i a.. Tnaf be
going on for over 60 years. why you con
passage of this amendment is

: very1'vital cause! it will to give the them counties addition..runds be.-j __ \ r sure that the 1948 clothes bearing the Trumpeter
si. with which roads in the L 1
counties can be built and improvrd. -'' t 1 3yi label are the same good-fitting, good-looking,,
i I __ .
Many of the counties have had I good-feeling clothes they always were! |
: to.operate on a temporary basis. '
One r.-dln the flooded area in : :
g !
I South Florida was covered: with J r' Special !!
A ,
t water last year, following which t
I it was.-repaired but it could: not 3 <
,i b&>:raised because of lack oft, Ls z 'oWf SWEATERS for MEN and BOYSValues
funds. This same road was covered p
: : ,
and it will 4. ,
Main last month t' 4e
to $3.50 $1.95
hate Uragairi'n\be instead given the of being tern.porarj1reaUD ;- 1t4: u

raised. s&s <. : Values up to $4.90 $2.95
f 'Instances such as these are
: 4. .
: poijtte&out; by highway officialsas r _
+ ... ...
,-indicating why funds are y t .'. -
I that road improvement ..' For the Brands You Know! ""tQ
necessary program can be carried outeconomically THE. LADYLIKE .LOOK -.'These.vr*;.ttco of the newest wrinkles in the fall ORIEXTIL; TOTE The turn cl.up toes 'of,, i

I and not wastefully road. shoe l picture. 'Lej\,,'!!r- IIJ/ed'' e:',':;.icif/i uinltrella. sheath to match. Right, these heavy-duty sports shoes are accented by LEWINSKY'S S5Phone:
of the
: as Supporters lathe case, of the amendment the regimental*pump,"teith.'sLIj.., frog fastenings. gold kid linings. High-local style presentedBoth ( .

have been holding meetings in 'designed'b. : "Frank Brothers.. Ill London.TtriNKLK 526 DUVAL 146
all j arts of the state in an effortto 10 STREET

acquaint. people with just what I ----- FOR ARROW SPORTS SHIRrs -----
the amendment means to the
taxpayer in the individual coun-

: ..aBh11lll1lllllllWll1I F z r L :fI PEARLMAN'S

% West In i ip is INCORPORATED

a y s Cone By n A Key West's Largest LADIES'MISSES' and CHIT-DRENS Star

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Of'THE CITIZEN OF xr -r-rIE't. ,
mighty good
i OCTOBER II. 1111 -
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;Atk interest' has been shown.
!lit absentee voting in the election steppin1Parties
I* be held on Tuesday November
R Since October 24, when "fEI.sS1 OR'Jf)ho r-',. ,. ,.Sillr-

Vbleafee voting began only I Gold' kid! pump trith; 'i ;rfy .suede,:'and smooth i ,
these ballots have been cast ineuftll '
heel '
i Judge land's ffice. jeweled slender .fur make, Delman ew

a... rani;'. .. -?, :.xWinter" '.boot.MMT .
Member. of the Overseas
I bridge| Cnnunifefciim. are holding i
a Meeting this afternoon at Pi g. 1
earn Key to eonMder' a pri>pn jil f
Mark' Brytm. III. tn advertise .
U*.Overseas highway t '

Building Trades Council of ahead? If to
|Cr West has been organized r
I here are the shoe
aM has elected the following n f
tern; President W. P Archer that your children will wane
*it* fireaident. John Sawyer secrrUrytreasurer .
q be for the
.i to wearing. Style party
C. L Sours ,
,$ -.t ...extra built in features for
A call for bids by county comtuiyi t tr long wearing after. One p auproves ./
T n+n 'fir the tmpruv'nW'n,1 I a tS S ,I i : I the difference! Poll Parrot
nt the old ffIUf1hnu.rn<1 thn ;
twMjng; ( an annex .* .lvrr yA44 """ ""r'" ANe 'IU'
$4.95 $6.45
.ed .In The CHurn U tar. Th to
auriuMsiMiews.. .have a fund 0'fp.800
fw the pr'pu ed wow k -

Tbegr.hFied .bat for the -=-- ... i -I I: --:-" ,,- -. ." i '

ties. I* be heM on N eW-1 SHOE Cray PILGRIM NOTE COLD: FEET; ? This new fur-cuf fed (:IT STEEL BKKLES ,1 Victnttlr -
daf-.is puUMhed The hat i. ramprwca The san is combined irith 11igi.throated step 111, slc>l.in is designed to keep the fed briar favorite returns, scorn with

names and takes up almost five Mack calf ;in new shoe mill/ huge scroll metal prawn as well as fashionable classic pump in polished calf. Both

pages .la The CHixen. I by Itelman. buckle. Gray suede. designed by Frank. I

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the Ui. great ....,.....n. arrived'I 33 Vessels offering are, for the most part:!'!I incorporates the terms and Conditions I' '= f
K., 'teat; today ItA a shwrtvisit '
types which.in of sale, be obtained
previous offerings : may
had tried She repeat laid .The ity CttUra to establish she, To Be Sold II have proved l very attractive' to I'I'I from the Small Vessel Branch. I !! } TREEORNAMENTS

eaatart whit Haudmi. since his, veterans. Thirteen of the vesselsare I.I Division of Vessel Disposal Uni- I

lea" M they had agreed to H.but .. located on the Atlantic Coast, 1 ted States Maritime Commission j Have 1 on SW Thaw
To I Ilwutfrfxl
Veterans if I
that evwy endcaviMhas 12 in'the Gulf: two in Chattanooga Washington D. C., or from the I|
cA4t4 .la failure. f
Tennessee and six on the district offices of the MaritimeCommission !
The United States Maritime West Coast upon request. i They Hare Just Arrived andirV Style Strideflml i
city QMf k Annie Roberts to- i
Commission is offering 33 small ,tIi.t Advise You To Make
.'V ir< exclusively: toveteran Mow!
rVpprr tof tnMn< hun thatPrtttdml of World War II ando t designated as announcement VPrj pa. retired, born mI' Your Selection ,
: ft..rit had appI'ItY- j 119. which lists the vessels and Lewistown, 74' ,
( the Merchant Marine. November 'years: ago.
r4 a .Pm .t fw M.llt 1 her the ,. 16 has been designated as I ---- ---"-' Outdoor Lighting Set $3.79 "Trim Treads" i i'v I
I f liepcovemet ) the Key West -- -
the final date for the 5ubmisI I I I
f 1.69
gnu eanuw i I wen t.f offers ( : Indoor Lighting SeJ I L '
THREE Itt J'flAJt,1JatPRiCES\' ]\ I I
The vessels included in the i HOTELS
Tetley This Citizen says in .n ; Tinsel Bundle ,15 They !
Ole the fait
.drM.l peagraph: Lcxated'ta."th;Heart weld in
The world is. tmufelvd by too the City Tree Ornaments .10 \ 6lyle. ClAd at POPULAR 1!
saaay people' & who try to be smart CHRISTMAS REASONABLE RATES ROO 1 11 IS WRITE or WIRE iI A\ PRICES. wk># you eM !
rather than right" RESERVATIONS UV' The Lowest Prices In Town!! "WIGARDNER'SPHARMACY aichr quality I
The mart** .is a cluae rrUtive '
tof the Ititaaiaa sable. Once plenti.Ail. ON DISPLAY Ford Pershing Millerlintel $6.95 ifP :I
U Is baud now onlr l in the Use Our ConvenientLAY _
KeavHr Usnbercd regions' of Hotel Hotel ti STORE j I II
America.f 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. lit Ava. ?, FITOl I ;
NE. Uf
f Wcodchucks andre croundho Elevator Elevator 80 Rooms 1114 Corner Varela Street GET THE HABIT of SHOPPING atIPEARLMAN'S t tt
( the same aaimaL They live in The i Solarium Heated Elevator I
Hobby Shop
Btimws vhirh. they dig them ;, 1 : ;
Hves and belong to the squirrel UOS Division St. Phone 91 1i BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION : t

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