The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 4, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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Straight Party Ticket Truman, )Dewey) I i iI j .i;

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Assert Protest WiilWA*?. _lfrv
Voters who have not previously In N.Yt
registered have p!*il noon on Saturday Albany, ( ns Leading .
, to register. John England, Delay "Action;(
supervisor of, registration, announced I tdf ......| pr...) j t Boston Red Sox :
today. WASHINGTON. Oct. -President : j j.n fllr Tae A...ida.P. mi....
In order to vote in.Ute'tener'lll I, Truman and Governor Dew- \ Tk* A_.'.'''' PrM.t I PARIS Oct. 4_The Security Council of' the United Nation U

I election on November the voters I ley I are likely to meet face to face I tI NEW YORK. Oct. '4_ I J I scheduled to consider the protest' of'the United.St lM. Great Britain
must have'registered on or before I r ani France against Russia in her blockade bf"'lt.1'B Berlin on the
in Albany N. Y., next Friday.
Cleveland lead i
Indians the
October 9. according England. I that it
ground endangers the peace of the world. .
The President will leave here I
Under the electionlaws that I
Boston Red Sox by of Wan en Austin chief delegate from the United States, is chair
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Wednesday on a sjx? Hni tour in t i
have been amended, voters -
just I .
Pennsylvania. New Jersey man of the council for October, but he said that, a. the United "
will be allowed to vote the straight party ticket; for presidential i I New York-By Friday ne is scheduled'to 1 (A) Photos I 6 to 3 in the sixth inning I Ii i States is one of the complaining nations, he will not serve in that t

electors. There are eight electors : be in Albany this afternoon. I i j It Capacity. I
I OFFICERS ARE INVESTIGATING "mysteriousconditions" in connection with the death of,Mrs. I 11
I At the executive mansion in It that
England explained.On Mildred, Burke (left). 23-year-ald. practical. nurs cf Mobile Ala. Her charred body was found in Lou Boudreau knocked i I was suggested a delegate
the voting machines will that city it was announced th.ltI Guards Need Not from Argentina assume the chairmanship t
the ruins (right) of a suburban:Mobile house, the bur>;ed'to the ground. Sheriff,W. H. Holcombe i r
appear the names of President Governor Dewey will rpend the I' : during the discussion, i
home and
3 Trumanand; Alben W. Barkley"I{weekend on his farm-in Pawling.It ; identified the owner of the house as' James V, tripling. 3$. a shipyard employe. / runs a singleI I but indications were that the .

under the Democratic ticket; in was not said when h- will leave .- '-- ---- .. -- .. -.- ------ .. and scored three of the Cleve- i iI} Gel Licenses chief delegate from that country
second' place will be J. Strom for the farm though it is expected : I I will decline to serve.

Thurmond and Fielding L.'1{to be Saturday morning. 1 KO ATOM MONOPOLY, SA'y'S. yrsllI SKY r J: Uprising InPern I[I, land runs. He hit his first To EntertainMpvrivl Deputy Foreign Commissar ;
I II .
Wright; Thomas_ Dewey and' Dewey's schedule calls for his .0 ... .>_ I homer in the first inning with j Vishinsky'of Russia sent-a note to f
Earl Warren' the Republican October 12. He >.'. -
candidates leaving Albany on : the council suggesting that the
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and fourth position will is due to make a major address in ; ; } yas' Reported 1 j I no one on. In the third he { Tae ) matter he left to representative i
Oct. Attorney
be occupied bv Henry A, Wallace Pittsburgh three days later. Be- I i iI of the four great powers to decide, I II
and Glen II. Taylor. forethat time he will have held <'. :.. : : t singled. Gordon also singled general of the Florida national and added that he will strenuous :
Even though the law requires a a conference on foreign affairs tr :l 1 i I Suppressed I and Keltner then drove a terrific guard ruled that Florida national -I ly protest the consideration of the
party declaration when a voter with John Foster Dulles. > guard unit:, which sponsors question by the Security Council.
registers, no party affiliation will 4.ea tar A...*..,.4 Vrrmmt home run into the leftfield I entertainment their I Members of the Big Four from
" be shown in the general election.i LIMA Oct. 4r,-Perii's president :i- I capacity as the Western Powers pointed nut .
I In other words a voter can vote Colored Woman stands. I state agencies need not procure that they.had cent .note to Russia
announced today that the
for any one of the four sets. of I wits 1 I Boudreau then hit ..nothl'I I occupational licenses before staging on September 26, and"it had ,
electors for"president.: Cut Bolllc uprising against the government: the entertainment.Mr. remained unanswered Rusiia
On the voting machines follow- By .. had been suppressed. > I I four-bagger in the fourth to j Watson's opinion was supplemental ,note today to the council is the

ing the candidates:: for president.i ., Casualities are reported to be I make the score 5 to 1. to anti enlarged a previous only reference to' the Berlin
1 jl for which a voter can vote for any Ernestine Clay 20, colored, who heavy on both siuti The dead j I I opinion to: the adjutant gen-I blockage since ,the Big Four adjourned -
s'tt of candidates he wishes will lives at 610 Mickens lane WHSstabbel ?q a :a In ,the sixth with Williams I eral to include exemptions from their conferences i in '{G3-
comes the names of the Democratic in the stomach bv.a broken have been taken away in trucks;I on base due to an error by .occupational licenses of nation t cow +

I and Republican candidates for bottle allegedly wielded by 3 D i government officials stated. The:. Flash Gordon Bobby Docrr I guard activities that are conduct- ritiSh delegates to the UK said 1
f| governor then the names .of the Rosalie Garcia: 30..alo.colored at Sl number of dead and woundedhas cJ by professional or semiprofessional Russia's protest will not in .
, other state candidates and iinaUy It -a m. Sun iay. according to a [ not yet been revealed. drilled one of Gene Bearden's personnel, which activities -l. least delay action by the Se ;j'
j the names of the county candi- police report. End of the fighting occurred ; are sponsored by the national Council on the blockade ,
fast balls the left field i
\) dates. The Clay woman was taken to shortly after the belligerents had I over guard units as state agencies. ,

''t For each of the state and county Galey Memorial H'ipitalfor attacked the Naval ,Academy I wall_for a home run. j! ---- ----- -- --- --- .
'candidates avoter Will have- to, treatment her injury. She later '
f' of the small levers. In was release-i. Patrolman Howard The ccor al the end of The :; GME FACTS-JLBOllT1 E p

only the' "pre&ieatial can&iates,..Harris ai estc'&tbt Garcia women: -, -yy xelweS sixth was, , .favor. -of JiQQ .
may th* 5Uaig+%-party .ticket: be.en a dUIr-q-ol..Ssault and battery I : > Cleveland. r *
I pulled.' .. ,with.:, !deadly weapon. EnH At 8 O'Clock '. ; COUNTY EMPLOYMENT OF i 11

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.1: (rP)'Wjrephoto via Radio trim rare The :surprise exercise simula- 11".1'1..1.11'.1.I Preparations; for National Em-:k
: ting actual warfare, as started at I ploy the Physically HandicappedWeek
: BE AMENDED TONIGHTMeeting <, .. ,talks with Dmitri Z. Manuilsky. Ukranian foreign minister, after at 8 a: m. today according to the I are complete Jeff H. Knight. Jr. ings total 29! with .approximately tfI
', I 1 Vishinsky launched violent attack on the United States at a .Key West Naval Base. Storm Advisory manager of the Key West officeof 6 of the orders allowing for
Of I placement of handicapped per- '
meeting cf: the United Nations Political Committee in Paris Fri. It was first rumored that r the Florida State Employ- .

! Is Scheduled I Il I day. The Russian delegate warned that Americans do not have strange submarines had been, .................. ment Service announced today.Of (j sons. .
; Bomb J 103 ..wrei
sishted! off Kev West Accordingto 203 active applications on During September. -
5 Re t ti 1, a monopoly on the atom bomb. reports issued Saturday by MIAMI WEATHER BUREAN. file with the Key West office at i{ ments were made with I of these II j jI

Tao Ready ._ ______ u .. __ ____ ___.._ Captain C. C. Adell USN, com Advisor No. I, 10:45 A.M., EST the end of September. 23 were of j I handicapped applicants. Enploy- ;
To Conic Up I mander of the Key West Naval' Oct 4. 1943: Hoist southeast handicapped persons, 19 of' (Continued On Page Eight)

i i *I Base, the order storm warning; from Miami .. .
:1 was to test the --- - -- -- -- -------- ------- -'
An ordinance' CiTY REPAIRING effectivness of the Naval forcesin 1 southward over the Kevs andi
I lar document that Key West.Involved I northward on the west coast to Jewish New Year's Celebration

'I prohibiting ..fM-i,.tr.. Pr*.. in this exercise were Ft. Myer-3: at 10:45: a.m. I
ago 'I 4-United Nations all naval vessels in port equip- I A tropical storm has formed
chickens within 200 OilING FLAGI.ER Started Yesterday At Sundown
Committee de- ped with anti-submarine war over the northwestern CaribbeanSea ;
dwelling will be i fare devices an naval aircraft with center at 10:45: A.M.\ ;;
night's meeting of the ,I hoped to "get dow and blimps of the Fleet Air. EST 1545Z near Lat. 196. Israelites all over the worHj,

mission. 1 I the consideration Detachments at Boca Chica Long. about 160 miles started: at sun-down yesterday' ;
The amendment I j I of the internation TO ADD TO LFEIitiif4Ssible Field. south 'of the western tip of their celebration of New Year's at 8 a.m. today. The trumpet I
atomic bomb. The surface ships were under Cuba. which is called Rosh H'ashanah. I sounded at 10:00: aim, and the 2nd .
with the 200 feet I'I the command of Commander U'ashmah is the part muses followed immediately. -
Rash birthdayof
I estimated
stands Strongest winds are
States firmly
making it general. In To > Vnlil/ Melvin fl. Dry. USN commanding the world's creation and is so The Rabbi's sermon was *t
made than f(1 IJIV( Flakier about 40 to 50 miles per hour in ,
if a neighbor : ;I j' more a I' officer of the destroyer, USS e! .qualls in northern semicircle. It calle.1 for it heralded:: the Sover- 1-0:30: a.m, Evening services will
noise caused by I I before international Noa. Captain James R-Lee. USN,I moving\ northeily iegnty of the Almighty King of. be held at 7:00: p.m. !
is apparently a -
Is Built ////irr/
Sired Sewer Built:
ens, and if the city !( member na- -ommander of the Fleet Air the Universe. Tomorrow's services: will repeatthe
direction about 10 miles
plaint justified the : ,j I ; agree to militarj I Detachments at Boca Chica per The prayers in the synagogueare 8:00: a.m. meeting ani the
chicken must be tlnn- their countries to I City Officials Declared Tod Field, commanded the aircraft i I hour and showing an acceleration Indications divided into three parts: 10:00: a.m. blowing of the trumpet -
I of forward movement.
The City have been and blimps. Malrhioth referring to God's Then at 4:00: p.m. the entire
scheduled to pass a the bomb. i 1 are for continued northerly dominion over humanity and the congregation will assemble for
City workmen arc repairing: and.._ I movement during next 12 hours
reeling the assessed I time objected:l to world: questions and answers on tradition -
to it in
oiling Flaglcr avenue put
and it should through! the
certain: personal : and asserted that i condition city council pass '1 Zichronoth referring to the and cus" -ns. At. 6:00: p m. .
personal; property be put into effect passable Yucatan Channel or over ex- memories of pious ones whose Minchoh strvic. I will be held and
against: the Standard is started. I officials While announced declaring it today.would be at I MAYOR'S\ .PROCLAMATION\' () treme western Cuba early to- deeds were wrought in God's at 7:00: p.m. Maroy services These
i is, reduced from i night. A turn to a more north- the last services pf the cele
pany had remained in least $100,000 job to j name; ]iI i are
$23.340: the last Satur.iayI I Flagler avenue and would take it i WHEREAS. Victory in World War II cost: us more I northeast o r northeastwardcourse :i I Shosroth.. referring to significance bration.
John Frow is cut IlIIIIIWn111l161W't Commissar Vishin- I least two years city officials said j than 2 000.000 casualties, and I may occur thereafter.Cuba.| of the shofer (ram's horn), !:!: Rabbi Abraham Schwartz: will
$300 and the that the inspection I Caution advised western or trumpet. be in charge of all services.' lie
that the street can be put into fair'j WHEREAS there are many millions of handicapped and '
the Florida Press is go into effect at II I Yucatan Channel area On the eve of Rosh H'ashnnah will be assisted by Rabbi Lewis
i condition by filling the holes in persons in the United! States of whom by thcif ef-
$500.A northward the Florida '1 I
$1.300 to The Western Na- entire' over the traditional Jewish greetings: Gate of Miami.
the and oiling the \
| avenue forts were of great aid in manufacturing munitions or I
resolution will pro- Straits and the southern portion
refused to ac- L'&hanah T'ovah Tikoseivu (may
The congregation of B'Nai Zion.
consideration to viding essential service in the war effort andWHEREAS flf the Florida peninsula during .,
"The only thins that is h..ltin; ]you be inscribed for a good year) and Rabbi Schwartz wish each
homestead all of those including disabled 24 to 35* hours against
persons next
exchanged because tradition
uo the repairs and the oiling of Ithe I are and every one in Key West a very
Charles Caring on lot veterans of World Wars I and II. deserve self-supporting, of dangerous gales.This
I Flakier! avenue is the weather" I possibility relates that on Rosh H'ash::mh happy new year, and many happy
and tract 17, by $300. ; His w{i I lone city official try I to our state and nation additional heavy rains over it is described the fate of each in-
inv kin-1! of luck we should be I i i!I happiness for all people in the
Blind CordStrangles ; Did finished with the repairs ani oil- I NOVA THEREFORE. i I. A. Maitland Adams. Mayor of I southern Florida within 48 hours. ;dividual. ;:': world who seek peace. Peace
in:? of Flagier: by the end of"Oc- the City of Key West. Florida, do set aside the week of i I Interests in southern Florida I The local B'Nai Zion congregtI j I I should come and great happinessto
should,stand by for further ad-I Ition started its Rosh Hashanah
; tob"r. October rd to October Sth as EMPLOY THE PHYSICALLY everyone" Rabbi Schwartz said
.-L. E. Ilic ks, .It wouH be ima,'-<;ible to re-I| HANDICAPPED: WEEK and I call upon all local officials !! visories. i celebration last night at 7:00 ,, in the close of his greeting.MIAMIKEY .
engineer, NORTON. o'clock. Services were continuedBRADY'S :
train wreck pave Flagler avenue as we are all local employers, ell local civic organizations and all I I I Iry.

MINNEAPOLIS, same a spot where re-his .going to repave Whiic.imonton.Duval ( citizens to assist in every Way posible to the end that it f .. ..... -"",,--
tle Sandra Sullivan locomotive engin- Whitehead ani Fleming | hall bo brought to the attention of all members of our I WEST

daughter of Mr. and similarly 23 years|[ foundation In the for first Flagler place there went ist I II j j community that disabled veterans and other handicapped See:;On Adv.On 1 BARGE LINE. Inc.

L. Sullivan became passenger The whole foundation would have civilians are fully capable and are performing efficiently '! CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS
a cord dangling from a standing freight j be lifted a foot or more. Ito j< safely and reliably in thousands of different occupations.AND 1! Pare 8 -for- TELEPHONE Iext

blind while playing the switch had not I "Then the filling! : we put in j I FURTHER URGE ALL EMPLOYERS to place all 1I I ) Co. Inc. !I CHOICE POULTRY !\ Barge Learet 1 F
When her Home Appliance
after the freight
1 would have to settle for at least their job orders with the Florida State Employment Serv- I Miami. Mon.. Oct. 4 j
they found to let the 540
nap siding 1214 White Street Phone
It would then be safe to | and other work-
strangled to death. pass. ,a year. ice so that disabled veterans handicapped I "....................a.......rI
: (Continued On Page Eight) ers may be given an opportunity to prove their value in :

.-mmnmuu i n niffi ini j, productive and self-respecting jobs. I !
(III Theater IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my POOR OLD CRAIG : New BATTERIES for all Cars

pray and For Sale! For Sale! hand and caused the seal of the City of Key West. Florida SERVICE STATIONFrancis i I I CHICKEN WIRE Guaranteed for 18 Months

It saves buying a s.t ) BISHOP and : 1948 DODGE /'Ton : to be affixed. I at Division Phone 9134 Ii i

Lou Smith Xuto PATTON in Panel Truck-Like New i A. MAITLAND ADA1 S. V..r Pl'KR Oil. nealrGteau STRUM: LUMBER YARD ROTS
Whit at Fleming Mayor. LET TELEPHONE 816
DO Oil j
Opposite Army : and Shorts Opposite Bus Station I I Change Your I i.121 Duval Street Phone 442

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q__ p. ARTBAX. Owacr _* r.w* *rOUKABI Here is a.violatio'iofth' : Cone
-- ) fc. A&T A.. BulMM Jiauce f. all Joined together Days fly.
:: Front .Tb Cltl* Bulldln* Citizen<<: brings to the attention, of City BIRTHDAY pathetic'nefenbors
1 ... Corner Orten* $L4 Ana Ftrc ta '! I andv8esen5ed Mrs. tan *AKErf mOM ft.tsr :-
-. Onlt baUr 1te..P r la :ICe r VTeat and Manager Spalding: : husbind! AS

l I e:- __.-_. Monroe Coontyntere4 All over town boys may be seen with I By (W! ) Newsfeahires I Carlson wnS lost her THE CITIZEN OP

at KS1 West, norldm. D. cond c:1&a. m turMKMBKH birds .....jut.. ,%.A..*..*..*.A.AA..A.A A-.:: her home and a son ia one tragic OCTOBER .4. 1933 -
:. BB rifles, shooting at or shooting at home completely -.j
r TBB ASSOCIATKOIt 1-UE 1. I COL. LEMUEL Q. STOOP week with a new

.: : AMOcUtod<* Pr. M U iclnilvely dlapatcbe entitled* d targets. This is the time of the year when j I t4jlr I I2uc II HAGLE. born Oct. 4; 1837 in furnished, even to a radio The Citizen today receive
tift for r.if 4.**'** ell Haws and they i
e .. x ... BOt otkervlaa credited In this paper and birds begin to come to town Buffalo. N.'Y.. as Frederick Chase and an insurance policy Two ( telegram from Senator c4is110 -

=- .m tll. loCal *.w. published tere. should be protected. If that protectiondoes i .- I Taylor son of I days after Mrs.Carlson's husband O. Andrew stating thap'.k

fCBSCBlPTlOX! KATKlr 'IL.. not come from humane feelings, then ,- a lumbsr deal died her home burned and- herfouryearold I;Public Worfa AdraiBat-
.)ne T *r ____ _- injhe .
boy-perished mat for
._ aLl !Momtm I." the law should be invoked. Local policemen ) 1 er. He discovered has approved ,ft ljs
atoatbej ioU -, his flames. to mike repairs and tmtieo
..c .i.. Moot l.oe.21 should be ordered to. arre boys.who -- -- ability rnents to the Monroe
,V..kly __ -1 as a buffoon in .
fr .- "", '
violate the law. school when he ': TODAY'S. .1 courthouse.
XbA. Xaoa oa App1kUot A boy with a rifle cares little in what forgot the ANNIVERSARIES -
ia to solo IL E. Day, chairman of
; words a ,
SPECIAL NOTICE direction he shoots, so long as he shoots.If --, Know America) Revision Committee
All rM4ina .0U..a. card of thank. re.ol.uei a .t and blah- i ( I Charter
__ ....I. ..nll&t7 ...._ de.. wlU be he sees a flutter of wing, he fires at it. blahed" the 1810-Eliza McCsrdle Johnson! ,! called( a meeting for 8 0"
.arivld t. of le cejita a lloe, ''Lr I -
U r*
for at
.. ,>otlee. for e t.natament by cburch from which Aside from the protection of birds, the chorus. Has I said to have taught her tailor-hus-], tonight Jot ejonsaier several: j
r.....* I. to be derived are I en'a a It... held a top spot'band: to write all to 1 have: ctt him posals to be included incharter.
P. A ",.. Cltl.. U aa opmn forum ajtd invite dli- shooting should be stopped protect resi- : 'i LI 4) ) the Presidency I' ,
Ion road to -
*.nfOrm *f BBbtU .U.a.. and aabject of local or c. .u8..5l. .among<< the radio the :L'1' ,
,... ......ral UtcrMt. III it wW not .Bbllah anonymou* dents also. The Citizen knows of personsin :? comedian since 1930. A born in Leesburg, Tt>nn. Died Jan.: J", -i

I .. p Key West who were shot by irresponsible A- Kentucky<<: colonel, he Is known 1 13,_ 1876. I George O. Lowe today .

for his'-daffynitions screwball: I lan Rutherford B. Hayes: appointed agent in Mo* arir
boys and each of several of the victims
and humorous books. Ohio lawyer. Union general, Ohio j:Bounty for the State ( oa.W.--:'
I ; lost the sight of an eye. : governor 19th President. 'born at tion Comaossuip,. ... -

F have been Delaware, Ohio. Died Freesnont 1!_ '- J- .
I Complaints recently made I I LEGALSI .
MEMBER ((3)) 1948 Ohio Jan. 17. 1833. ,1
:Mr. and Mrj.-Hastioj3 I'a 3 Ia
... by residents of boys shooting in the heartof ,-' c 1'MWLt'igt t-SIEftlrriTIet !SSIE .1846-Agnes Booth, famed ac-I.'tedaaiincye---:7.: the .bath. ,o.- :

t -- the city. Bullets from the rifles have hit CJ:3 W- gur1: 1 I IS HEREBT!STCTITI1NOTICC OIVRX that tress. born in Australia. Died Jan. 1 i.4laughtet.45; o'cjwdt.night II'.1
: !
windows, doors or other parts of homes.If : the nnAn trnM. ilfMrinB. In rntuff:; 2, 1910. ,. '.i in'lKetr bOrne en Wi "tstreet.
jj I in boj.lne... a.4cr the fictitious 1858-Michael ll. Pupin here as Thebali- weighed l'
.- the shooting is not stopped, who can say name ..-JlVRPHT roMPNT. notIncV" with a red fez for '
a penniless boy '
.. Marathon. Fl... IM*.d,. to ''pounds and has been name4 :
.= : rMPROVTMEHTS' FOR KEY WEST definitely that another eye may not be .&! ..1" %I' register wild flrtlllntM name with a, hat and becpmmg Columbi3'University's Patricia Loretta. .. J
I the click of the Circuit O>nrt of famed physicistinventor -
BY THE CiTIZEN: : lost? I ; -
I e ADVOCATED Florida.Pated j
Monroe County :
.z %, >& *...t..mb.r II, ****. born in Jugoslavia. Died ; San Carlos Institute, Cute).
I I Itopped.
i : The danger exists, and it should be EDNA Ml'RPHT WALKER.CHARLJW March 12, 1933. Club, Cuban lodges m Key WertJ

;; I .- A few arrests to warn boys and U MTRPIIT 1861 Frederic Remington '
r L Mare Hotels end Apartments. -- LEE J. JIURPirr, ;, and the Arthur Sawyer Post \*

.; I :'* Beach and Bathing Pavilion. their parents that if the shooting is repeated I I pt.n-o-'Zt..19.I.. Sole: ()WD85.S !. famed famed artist for illustrator his Western and pictures author -- !I the American Legion have Arranged i
i ii
: Land and Sea. To the program for the crie3IbrationrW
8. Airports FiresBy
they will be prosecuted in city
court! FireFighters Fight born in Canton N. Y. Died West of H J
? : IL. Cd&sclldation of County and \orirn tIER FUTITIOItMI i Key_ I
I will the activity of the 'I Dec. 26, 1909. '
..- Governments. put a stop to BB \ -: 8T.ITtI'P.NOTICE de Yara on October 10. .
w City IS BERt: Y O1VEN that 1861 Walter Rauschenbusch I I.I
..N : $. Community Aaditoiium. rifle brigade. I the underniernrd dcsirlns to engage I Baptist clergyman, Rochester, N.
under the fictitious I Room mothers of the Harris j
-, ; 1 Finally, conservation'' of bird life businesS nf -I'L.A=""TATIOX IXIM5K. I Y. Theological. Seminary profes
school will be ntertaiaed
.a ----- I public
".." intend to regLi- sor-writer on the "social gospeL"born :
a! should! be given consideration. Key West r said n..tino1 name with" the ; Thursday afternoon. October-,;
F,6 e has an Audubon society, which has not Clerk the. Florida.Circuit Court of Mon I t118. in Rochester.. Died, -July.-.. 25. by Mrs. B. C. Papy, whoiachfr..

; .
; MONOGRAPH been functioning lately I and The Citizen Ittted September I. 124?. 1884-Damon Runyan, column- : man of the group.i '
: To the Jewish People suggests that, as birds are new migrating =" =" ),I. POY.\="Sol. Owner tst playwright, novelist chronic- iI i-i j Jack Russell quartermaster el
ler of Broadway's street lingo, I
: of Key West: southward it should resume its activity in pt.lS-29-27.oct.4lS4; (, born at Manhattan Kans. Died the steamship Cuba, this m&ra-

:-. 'Dear Friends: helping to protect birds that come to Key orirn i *I)EK F1FTITIOISS.WE Dec. 11, 1946. :!I ing him received to the steamship orders transferrfef florIs.HeleftherefOr .
V wishes a very West. STTI1HNOTICE Mi.aITI1tOjIN
: The IS HEREBY O1VEX that More than 90 per cent of forest :

Happy New Year. the in buSIness undersigned under deMring the to fictitious engage fires are started by careless ; that ship. "'"

j Life would be the 1)1 Marathon Trading P....t,"
:.; 'THE ORACLE simpler if peopleon name Marathon. Fla.. intends to register ness. I I The first game of the Wohd,

the earth were more sincere. Mild flctlllonji name with the clerk; I Series between the Yankees 4adI .
: "f the Circuit Court of Monroe,
LEGALS Cubs will be pla din
I County Florida. I the Chicago
l loat.d September 11. 1248. t Wrigley Field in Chicago.j -'>-

\( : RACKETEERS OPPRESS FARMERS There are many young people goingto CHARLES J. U Ml'RPHT.LEE n THE CinCtlT COCHT OP THE I -

college this fall who do not know why n.'RPHI" Owners.. KI.F.\K\TH ..JUlin.nll'lIT j Today The Citizen says lnIa, ,
OP TilE !STATE l OP Fl.Oltlllt.
Farmers, who grow crops for city they are going. FRANK, U : rept.13.2927oet.4.1314loTirl IX ASH FOR MOMIUK COtTl.IN -. I editorial paragraph: .
AP News/eat ures C-H"\CKHt. | letting out of debt is mote a j
; :jnjrkets will Dfr interested in a legal pro- renowned for their ra 11.552Lotisic backbone than of bank- j
TOKYO-Japan's big city firemen. long (1953:: Probate Act. Seen.: In. 120) r' KICHTER. matter of .

ceeding in Philadelphia, where the Government This being a presidential' year, you acrobatics and elegant tattoos. are going to learn to fight fires. !*Jiix.tMO'tnoB TMK COLE .F TUB COUSTY.COCNTT ... Plaintiff.DIVORCE rolL" 8

":. e charges three individual3 and may :expect all kinds of foolish statements This may seem revolutionary but these are changing timesin I..flO. IX PROBTE. LEROY w RICHTKR. JR., '
Re Estate of Dfen :': : three unions with conspiracy. from supposedly wise men. 1 Japan-even for firemen. ):-, 1111". ',."... a. ..0""F- _.. ORDER op PIBI.ICTIOV cipally-builtand owned telt plilne
In the old the tire- ---
good days j TO: LEROY. KICHTKR. JR..
:- : farmer who at- T. All Creditor and p.=;;llav-. system. 1
A vegetable-grower man wu noted for the agility LEGALSIX NEWTON. PENNSYLVANIA= = I % ...... _
la ClalM or Itvmmmtm .IalaatSaid :
m It b hereby ordered that you are ,
=- : tempted to haul his produce to market, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSOne with which h* performed stunts -. .' E tateton feqmred to appear on the 8th day j -
atop his bamboo ladder at holiday \ and each nf yon are hereby of November. A ML 1S48. before the.. -
= : testified as to conditions that confronted celebrations. YHB onrvir rmrtT or TIlEELF1ETEl notified and required to present any above entitled court to the bill of '
.n IlIrl."IH- claims and demands which you. or Complaint filed '&b.lnl't you In the
: : him.;.Two men who identified themselves of the most important organizations This also gave him a chanceto f IIT OP Ftoniiti f% ,"tr> FOH either of you May have against the above entitled cause and the Eecnest
r- bar. his breast and the trt- EoSfloF soists. I' 1flt5IEH eMate ot tE.*.by designatedax -
: : as union delegates prevented him from in America is known as 'Alcoholics '. ceased, late of said County to the the newspaper lit whKh this
'' toqs which adorned it. These ,.. it- TTIAT1t.B County .lucre of Monroe County.FlorIda. order hall be '
:: unloading cucumbers and when he threat- Anonymous, which for thirteen years has were something to make a Japanese \\KkCH.. at his; ; office in the courthouse week fur four consecutive published weekn.Witne once. a

:z rned to carry his cargo to New York, they helped drunkards find themselves. It is wonder, even in a land T"_. OTiCK Plaintiff.TO ,InURLES 'PJ\t Florida, of, saId within County"'ghtaleneLtr at Key Went pez. Jr.** an the one Honorable of the Judges AqbilinoI .:, of i'fob

=: threatened to slash his truck tires. fantastic because there are no dues or or- where tattoos are as common as M Pfc'ndaot.TO UKLTH months from the thin time notice.of the Ea..hrlatm firstpubllcatloa this Court and<< the Seal of till
suntan in Florida. it nLEU'H. Court in the City of Ke) Wevt. ,
:: Asked whether he finally Joined the ganized finances, and there is no control- :n..ldpn.-.nkn.... or demand shall be In writ- Florida thU 2nd day of (M-tober. A_
n. of
When the time cgame for him inir. and Khali Mate the place I), Uf". : I I4

-:. union, in order to unload his cucumbers, ling head or central organization. Every to go to work, however, the Japanese -I to appear 1'1Ala' before: HEKfvrll tft- above RKQl'IRKT.. Myled residence of the. claimant and post and hall office be address sworn (Teal) ROSS Clerk C Circuit SAWYER' <('o ,rt, PRINTING

: : the! farmer said he was allowed to unload local AA group i i:4 entirely autonomous. fireman often gave a much court OB or before. the 2I..t day of(5i' IA by the claimant his agent. or Monroe Count Florida.
less I ISIS to answer to Kill of his attornr and any ouch claim BT (..d) Kathleen =Noil" age, ,
= : his truck but had to pay $10.00 to a union Once in awhile the AA's have a conventionwith satisfactory performanreatleast Complaint Por Divorce filed again or d-nianil not m fHd ban, l>e void. IVputi Clerk.
I : 7 from the standpoint of a you bLUC1UK C WKLA'H. oth.r- UitNtt LOW 1-:. John <;. Sawyer -4-4a
.= man, although he had a boy on the truck plenty of liquid Japanese whose house >/vas on !I t wL e the alteration of ald Bill of As Executrix. of the Last tWill Solicitor for Plaintiff ,
Complaint will be taken ao ronfeMed ? .f I .M-1 4-I1Jt-! 2i; .IS4X!
\ I .; with him. orange juice and buttermilk.! One of fire. x I by XItotrd <, LEONARD=" i* WWI!,
I If't.I1U"f8
I The accepted technique was at K yY>!M. Florida. this deceased .......................,. el every type done
:: : This trial strikes at union custom the original co-founders of the organization I IKlh day of 1S4SSKXL ; >
to play water on all the surrounding ( ) ROSS C S5AWKR, by Experienced Print-
which has been reported numerous thirteen years ago was asked for a Clerk of jhe Circuit. Court t :
I ::: upon houses and let the In KeeKt' Florida. i\ THE (01TI Ji iinrr 1-01 RTIN BICYCLESRepaired ers. All work done to

occasions. Farmers and truck growers who description of Alcoholics Anonymous. He I place burn down. It probably By (..dl Kathleen. =Nottafce.I KII.>%HIII\M> KOH. PIIOnTK HOXKOIfOINTl.. f your' omplel. satis

:- : carry their produce to the markets of met-! "Said; : "We're a bunch of screwballs." I was pretty far gone by the time >. Clcrkpt.2O.1o'1.4'1 I.Uts- In r.. Kstate tt < and RentedAlso _a faction. LOW PRICEStoo.
the fire department showed up CARRIE L. OLMSTEn.Deceaseds.
= : rbpolitan cities have been repeatedly com- Nevertheless, this same spokesman is one I .
I. anyway. \OTJr.: DI'tI.I.IG FOR ninNotice \OTICK OF ""..! OF "taLPIUU.tItT' in Stock-NEW
.: p'elled: to pay high prices to an alleged of 800 former drunks from all parts of the There was a slight variation of =" Is hereby given to whom -
it ma> concern that on the 12lh NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN=" a
I :': : union man for unloading. In some instance South. He explained what makes AA tick. this technique: which. while more j'I day of Oitober. \- H.I 148. at 11:1111: that pursuant to an Order of the BICYCLES TRICYCLES
t satisfactory to the spectators was I*. M. in the Monroe Count Court Count Judge of Monroe County
t ;: they have been met at the outskirts of "I don't know what makes it work ; I know even less appreciated by the vic-I I Houxe Keyl'st, Florida. the Florida made and entered on the WAGONS SCOOTERS ;

t! .. the-cities and compelled to employ a union that it does," he said. Doctors, clergymenand tim of the fire and his Monroe Hoard of Count County*', Florida Coir.mHMonem will openutaled of as 7th amended day of b September.>' Order of A said D Judge 1948. and SKATES I THE ARTMAN PRESS

: : truck driver or, upon occasions, to pay a social workers have not been able to This was the to .neighbors.j I : bids for Ihe founDing roadwork September.mad and entered A. D. on 1948 the the 14th underSigned day- Overseas Cycle Store PHONE 51
buildings at "
.;: fee to the union for the privilege of driving explain the success! of this loose! organization block and let everything between ; ))itt Construct Key. Monroe a road County on Big Florida Cop-- and Testament Executor of of Carrie the L.Last OlmMed.deceased Will. 820 Division St. Phone 1380 I Citizen Building

$ their own trucks to the market. which has grown and grown until it go ahead and burn. This :I across, said lOg road Cnppitt running Keg tn un (and!eirer's .Florida late: of will Key offer V> 't.for MonroeCountv sale .!.!........!.!..!.!"' .. ...!_. -___ __ ___ ____ I
was used when the fire depart : Kev- connecting: up to Old and sell publiccale to the highest ----- -.
The at -
is the track has members in -
:; government on right now 80,000 the United .
ment was. later than usual and State highway 4 Monroe and best bidder therefor and in --- -- -- -. : I II
in attempting to break this racket. States-every of whom former I County, Florida Construction no 'event for a um less than Five
i : up one was a the flames had spread. -.'lll be according to I'p".lfI..aHons Thousand Dollar at the front door

: While we are in favor of the legimitate I drunkard whom AA straightened up when Each ward had its own fire de ,I < prepared by .'. B. Halley. I..f the Monroe County Court Mouse Overseas I
A would' 'Dunty Surveyor at K..yV"I'I.. Florida. at 12 &cloeknon Transportation
: activities of labor unions partment. wagon [ Specification and all the neceo- I
we do not think [ every known plan had failed. It doesn'tcost on iVednesday. October 20.
gallop up to a ward line but refuse -I :rf'dbl information may be ol>- 1948 the following described property -
;: that they have a monopoly in their respective a nickel to belong to the AA. If this I to cross it, even if the blaze | from the County Snr-eyor._. belonging to the rotateof
1 Monroe County Oourt IInu Key deceasedlowlt .
-: fields or that they should be allowed item fits you, join this great "bunch of I was a few feet away. There wasa I VIM.. Florida. said Carrie: L Olmsted Company Inc. I ,
Jot of rivalry among the com !, All bid* must be In the hand. of All that certain piece or parcelof ,
: to coerce an individual from doing his own screwballs," that has snowballed to nearly those the Count) Clerk on or before S:Ol( land. situate. lying and beingin ;
.4 panies in days. I*, M on Tuesday. October 12th, (". '
K."I't. .un-
.. work. 80,000 members. George W. AngelL" who is IHS, tY the of Monroe City of and State of FlorIda Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service

... chief fire administrator of the The Commission rcserves the known a* Lot Four 448. -between-
J right: to accept or reject any and I Klock Eighteen 011). TractScventeCn
public safety division at General all hid made tn thin ad-
HIGH SPY The search for truth is so tiirficult that MacArthur's hea&uarters.drew | \ertirement.Ke\' \\-....?. pursuant Florida. September Mat of The<17 Key) according Wt In"el'tm..nt to the- MIAMI\ \ and KEY WESTAlso ,I

even preachers are unable to agree upon its I up a system putting all IMh' H4! *. Company subdivision of.
:: the ROSS C S.\\VKR.Clerk. part of Tract Seventeen I7) Serving ALL POINTS OH FLORIDA KEYS
The big city firefighting on
un-American Activities Commit- exposition.The I I duty recorded In Plat Book ( ne4I
I .
I Hoard of
County Between
Miami and Wii.
American plan. ) on page us. of Monroe Coun- Key
: i Commi"ioneri
: tee of Congress recently made i in Florida Record and which
a t
report I"(ow they are overhauling the Monroe Count*. Florida ) described

:; : which it accused the White House of refusing person who spends his dollarsin fire departments of Tokyo Osaka I't..nHI./ : ; al'Lot follow i" bounded\Commencing and

Kobe Kyoto. Nagoya and Yoko- I! at a point on South street distant Express Schedule '
= to help "protect the National West IN=" TMK COURT ()t' Tin COUNTY
se- Key always has a chance to get Fift) e8) feet from the
11 hama: shaking 'em all up even ,, Jl IKIK. lINROl4't'NT'=" .II III corner of South and Elizabeth (No Stops En Route}
a., curity. Congress insists that its inquiry some of them back. town to locating fire alarm boxesso J.'I. )RIII\_ IV PROIUTK Streets and running thence LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -

:. has been "hampered" at every turn by someone can find them. :- IN" RK t:. : R.K-xT\TK:: T'Xtal.OF .... known al' I alone: South direction Street in Fift a =Northeasterly (5 8)- SUNDAYS) 6:00 P.M. Arrives .

White House I Fire stations are being moved KRAhTl'S ROMtT\ =" .**. feet thence at right angles In at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid.
:: and refusal to 'I out of blind alleys. They are !' aim known as K. RoMKti ,I a =Northwesterly" direction On.hundred night.

S .: supply information. Attorney General I setting up a system of district i!! T\50T14'K XKS.: de.-ea TO 4<:-ed(I.UlTORJi i 1 feet: thence and at right Twenty angles: ((120)IB LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

: Clark is charged with having failed to act After three years, LieutenantGeneral and battalion chiefs who can co. I 1 To SONS=" ALL IMMN CREDITORS CLAIM'S AND" OR PKR-DK1 a southwesterly dir",'tl'.n FIfty I SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid.
-4 ordinate the job of fighting big tSTATt:1 e:se) feet: thence at right andes night and arrives at West at
against i spies as vigorously as he should. Robert L. Eichelberger, who recently 1 MAMtt AliAiXST: !>AII? > \ in a Southeasterly dine- Key
-- fires. lou and eath of you are hereb) tlfon ODe Hundred and Twenty1Z 6:00 o'clock A-M.
Meanwhile the growth of Communism retired as Commander of the Eighth Armyin Soon the old glamor will be notified and required to whlih f.r..nta'y < *) feet. to the point ..f be-
claims and demand
,, yuu South StreetThat I Local Schedule:
;, increased in America. Congress doesn't Japan, is not sure that "we did right in gon v Vnd antbroapdiIesei'firez< }*""'I"f'rIf VTUT. rrtay"ha\e fltratnutI gInnIng aid sale will bton terms I
I alvoj (Stops At All Intermediate Points
K li.
the extate of Tyne )
..: mince words in'blaming the Administration -I disarming Japan." .- rtf9l3t.} I fighters will do. is.,fight_fireej.;f :.j, kn.wn as Erastus Rome Tyne.'. I and more credIt than will ixty be per allowed cent for of not the LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
: also known K homey T\ne 'SceSased. -
a* I :
_: :: for this dangerous situation. The veteran of six years in the Pacific -I. Your Horoscope late Judge of. said of Monroe-County.Count to IheCounty ). ; purchase flvf'.ar..'price. such. nor deferred for longer purchaseprice than I CEPT A. M. and SUNDAYS arrives) at at Miami$:OO at o'clock 4:00

Theatre recommends that a Japanese Florida. at his office in the ourt I to be.evidenced of the purchaser by the. proml o'clock P. M.
house of said County at KeVe" "sory note
:: Letters to the editor should be signed constabulary be established, sufficinetly MONDAY OCTOBER 4, 1948 I Florida. within eicht: calendar ing inttrent at the interes-t rate of ... LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
by their authors to Today gives a changeable nature months from the time nf the fir"tI I semi-annuall cent per payable to the SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock A. M. and
strong internal I
:: : they expect to be pub- secure security. Without publIcation of this notice Each e.r:;
I I sonal representative and set' arrives at Key West at 5:00 clock
; not vacillating but shifting j claim or demandhall bv In writ-
alished_ in The Citizen such a force he sees no possible end to itip and xhall state the |.1....e of mortgage upon the, said real pro"-I P. M.
from of
an appearance high endeavor .. Said sale will be
I I residence and poet ..ff.. .. addrefxi I *rtt- sold .
American occupation. He the to the In iMt to confirmation by said. County
says constabulary I opposite. some i of the ilalmant, and phall be smorn
... I
:.. Readers of The Citizen are reminded is needed to police the country, cases this is due to diplomacy :I attorney to by the and claimant any nrh his aicent.claim .or.0' demand hip-. JuI"toted at Key "'al't. ..-.rlda. this FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE
which is a prime factor in this de .. 15th day of September. A, D, 1S41! .
shall be void
that from
buying not o
:: advertisers in our guard bridges and tunnels and preserve gree. Under some conditions it tsd) ;\.IAR..CRITJCII.R"" )"" William "-..,,I.atkinll. FULL CARGO INSURANCE

:-:. co.lumns will make the advertising pay. order in the face of Communist attemptsto may lead to various occupationsor : As Administrator of tO restate with of will K. Annexed K.- I As Testament Executor of of Carrie the Last L. Will(Hmsteddeceased and. MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton fc Freda 8tt

:" : Never forget that advertisers help pay forth upset normal procedures by riots and engagements.. Tynes Romey T also>ne*.known also known as KraMtm as E. J. Lancelot. LesterOf PHONES: 92 AND 93r

: -- ga.w decea-ed. Counsel far said Executor I -
you other Rome T nes -
paper -- -
: .. v means. Subscribe To The Citizen.. at'Pt2..ocn.ll-Jl. 194$ ept. Joct-4-ll-lSlS45! ---'-" 0. _. _' __ ._ '
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STAMPS IN THE NEWS HAn I I Body Job ;For ![C8LAssiF mm m m m m mm Ys

Ship That Hit I
(Jr) NtwifeaMre by SYD KRON1SH j;

Mountain "

I Here is the story of a stamp that moved the Panama Canal. : Informal for. the AlcertiruPr.AaTFS .
It: started back in 1902 when the .U. 5.. Congress seemed un ,', BALTIMORE WV-A Span h FAR (, "Y.E 'I'
decided whew to build a canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific ship which crashed into a mountain BlACKPAf C : t for rlaralflM a ..rtl_.

,pceuiia. Some Congressmen favored the route through Nica- spring Li now Baltimore for I f Airver1f eni *itii ands baarably T.rtlr.. with I" fcrt'unce ledger but...-
". ragua. Others for the Panama repairs. I Ii x II1 be inverted I* Tnf ., nave Ueir .....rt...-
argued cuL ,i I tli* rate .f 2c a w.n. jnr ..L .
i :The Nicaragua canal seemed a certainty. But a joint stock;: The slup. the Leititia Lykes. wis i+ ertl n. Lot the nlnlitivm' 1 to towed across the Atlantic in 23 the first la word or I.. iire po Miration, copy inaat
under the direction of Ferdinand de had been -
'company Lesseps days by the worWs largest oceangoing TIIa,r t e ('or Mv "'tee lyi.. CUlaca office:Wore 11
"trying to sell the'stock and rights 6L the Panama cut to this : wwrd. a.4 tHe ninjm.utn ..! the .nxirarqc. of. U>. Oar
tug. the Dutch Zwarte Zee. t 0. first Is eords .. {Se. 1 .& .
country :for S40.000.00f. J f She was, Ui.en U> the Bethlehem ; \1 i .
.;. -
This, group sent Philippe Bu.- .Steel Co. repair '
seeds. for War I being yjrl.t >
were : 'An'ath'.naa.ln.
nau-Varilla to Washington ,as a YorW I The unusual mi hip' occurredone Its sorepttid .B4rrthr fotfowtng rondltlcna: IB toe
f. I .vtot of I* Ttrttamg, traaRieat ..
error r
sown., And stamp designs evncntrt. TAe Ci'tun wui b.
I. lobbyist to urge that the Panama stormy night last May. She i jI rellpo>nsibl.C.j" for tAn ffrM inM-rtK> IP raM>ilietf AjtrrftUt*, and In
various European countries thus'trate I,rammed into a mountain on the UU.ta .i.ertb.I.s ;.frjf.only the astral amount .f apace ocr. -ivd. by the I
.. 'rquta be accepted. He tried every the clashing of ideas anJ the I Mediterranean coast of Spain be- part ul the atTertl* mrnt' wb,r* "It error r*..

e scheme he knew to. swaT public movement toward conflict-even'I tureen Cape De Data anI Almen RIU ,f. : .. .. .. aaawa assa.t.

'- . and t the lower half of her bow. FOR REJJT APARTMENtS I. .
-- FO3
-- before the general public became !]{I '
: A..R.A tJ The Letitii Lykes was built in '
( it 1
.. t.-
I aware of the situation. I j I W44 in California. She was en-

..I .Perhaps one,of the best examples route from Greece to New. Orleans: furnished 2 l-Z-room apajrtinent. 3-t droocr fumfcned'Mac rthur
I when she :; Utilities furnishedChildren hom*. Puce $12.000,
grounded. easy
of the trend w i a 5 mark I j ,
I- : under 1 terms.
year accepted. Apply Johnson
i J t I & Johnson
ie slate and carmine stamp issued by I! 915 Windsor Lane. octltfi 1 1I I I Phone 372. octl-tf

Germany in 1900. The stamp depicts Holds To i I i i

I Kaiser Wilhelm II,'there ap- I Furnish* apartment,3 rooms and : Gray'. marine engines and service.

a.t -- ....:G:. ...T'7. j preaching the height of his power I l Deer's Antlers I and bath. Maid and janitor F C. R Smirk cppesa Firestone

' .. : delivering an aJJress honoring I j i" services, linens and utilticsfi : Station, Marathon '. octl-lmo
.. 1'101' ( 'F i the 23th anniversary of the estab- i furnished. Summer rates. Coral !I
od V.- .... lishment of the German Empire. JAKRETTOWN. Pa. While .' Hotel Apartments, opposite Pest: Hollywood bed. with innerspring
The. Kaiser shouteJ to his people standing alone at a bus stop Miss 1; Off.ce. octl-3UJ:I mattress and box springs. like

and official opinion in favor of. thePanama that day that Germany, now a Theresa Rowe, whin operates the ; re t-. 1439 Thompson Street

canal-but to no avail strong and unified nation, would I switchboard at a country club, Furnu&ed apartment, 2 or 3J i oct2 2U
a same' day,rule the world. saw a deer approach out of a !
Bunau-Vcrilla: pointed.out tart i months. Summer rates. Apj j
If t trans Nicaragua route vreull take 'Strangely enough this stamp: ,[thick fog lower its head aiiii\ piy 708 South St Phone 226. ;.Luge year-size bass nets. with
bears the ONLY picture'of KaiserWrfhebn charge her. Grasping the am- I hair matt. -;s. like new: f.jljcaiyiaRe -
lour, tunes as long.. bar eight I:malls antlers, the joung woman -
'thnt-e-'u much, an.i the entire proSect RVD fll :r v--. Q a farmhand. her tw<*- apsil1ment.
heard cries and
would be ? ) J t
JeopaMTf cbnstsnt
by I It. oct.3tx
.-2I {ran t> the scenes The'dees fled isj I' 299 Ann 'Street, opposite J

volcanic erupticns. t. ;. '<.' '1. \.. :j II he approached. Miss Rowe suf- city Halt cctl-3txj, Eleztrnccasolt machine
Few who listened ", fer-4l-J t'
1.1 were willing I II a number of cut and
,to behave I I't .i t { excellent condi Ol1. Beautiful
d there were :jctiYe"volcanoes J ; I bruises. One efficlancy apartment, for t cabinet 150-A Poincians Ex-

50 in Nicaragua. BuD w- I t 7. ...f.n I, : I! 'lcipe. pn' rs Tire Shop. IJ I! torsion -3tx
'- Vanlla: tried to prove there were. .dICIIJUlllrolUI1UttJUtt.{ ,! I'1IIIIIIIi'1t".WIWIIllm. I oct2-5t flc
At the eleventh hour, BunaiiVanlla : i .>. ...
t'W" if. I What's Hoover
WM speaking to a stamp't y Doingat vacuum cleaner $25.00.
d collector who showed him a Nicer : i :FOR JIENT-APARTMENTS ; Washing machine, $15.00. Tele-

1- rMuan stamp which depicted the -IF that ever apparel on I I AND ROOMS' phone 1164-M. oct2-tf

g .volcano, Mt. Momotombo with 1 postage stiinp o! Germany or'M 1| ARMED SERVICES ,
L ,smoke pouring forth from the top. it,colonial system. ,'.)I..C.\. The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming, Alan's bicycle, balloon tire kat .-
n This was it! I Jackson Square. Whitehead Street, has an efficiency apt I{| :action spring fOlk $16.50. 19C'

Buneu Varitta flAllgltl l and Soulhaid Streets r and several sleeping rooms va- i Staples Ave. vct2-2ix

bought a batch of these. stamps : .... s cant. Low weekly. or monthly I|I .
d Mad cent theDto Congressmen N.CCS. .lIIl1m..atlllll.illtIllIllIlllllfJllUllllIlllllUR1IrMONDAY rates. octl.t!l FOR SALT-USED CARSt
.rand eflkiaLi. Within a'few dys.Conjress i : I t

decided'in: favor: of the I 1821 Duval Skeet i 9.00 P.M. Jufce Box Dance. FOR RENT-BUHGALOW t 1941 Pontiac. convertible. Call
4fl canal thruugli Paaara : 9.43 P.M.-"Truth or Consequences : 120i9- octl3txWhite

And a little pw&tage stamp' DEFENSE FORCES i Quiz I Two bedroom bungalow, screened | '"

,proved the deciding factor. 'I PROCRI I Show." ; porch all electric kitchen, two]t enamel $2.75. Outride

fla 10:15 Pit-Dancing continued. car garage, beautifully land- i iI j 1: 'whitepaint.! ,. $2.75 and $3.75 per
At the turn of this century the 1IUIIIIIJIIr I TUESDAY: scaped. No pets, S125.CO per!! gallon up. 50-ft M" garden

,,- MONDAY ":.:30 PM.-Shuffleboard Session I month to Dec. !sue then on seasonal ,J hose $3.95. Doherty & Cu., 843

fILL: YOU SMILEReciprocity. ?. 1:00, PJlL-5.00 PM. Writing I on the patio to May 1st. Paul's Tire i I Olivia, Phone 1397.
(supervised). Shop. octl-tf i oct4-6t
Room. j
Ping I
.i- Pong,I 9:00 P.M.LittleThe .
l I Pool Tables, Showers r
uet Gro u p Reeharsal I t -1 apartment-iize stove
Sewing Ma II' FOR RENT OR LEASE go $20.
( .
Service personnel I' .1 apuftroent-size elrt'tric..te-
\ I
_ .J Please! i I 7:30 P.M.dtt P.M. Sp n 'h.Beginne.'s welcome to attend Two stores suitable for office 1 ,tfigfiator. $300. Both in j real
Classes a n,i take part). space: or any other kind ol. good-condition.. 1024 ElgocSu,
After Senorita WEDNESDAY: business. Apply Perez Bros : Phone 1001-J. oct4.2tx
f Luty had jilted lien shjp- 3enilde= 1:00 FJLL
\pong cltrk- in few t>t,ta*'son .f'I t .Itemond Instructor. Hospital YMCANCCSRedCross. Fish. Trip. Bakery, 1025 ,White Street,' : -- h.pT- -
I Mat-i. motor. 83
the local banker. she wrote to I TUESDAY octl-t t .
r ,her exiwcttheartDear Har- 10:00-A.M .-Bnwling. for Nay I Craft:, with 2 to 1 icducuvn
7:30 P'ti.llufrielr
<4J: As you are aware I ai to Wives at U. S. Sub lion ard See Store :33.. good location cornr : gear, '&000\: conf'.i on. Ifted-

i ft* marnej to Richarj H adersoa I Base Bowling Alle2:00 \5.I I supervised OR the). patio Building: White and Division i new manifold. Motor tt RJest

I next month t shall ther- I P.M.=Navy Wives Swim- D:00 earl--Ye Ole Country streets. Apply Wagenseil Brti Garcge. Price $190.00.

nore appreciate it if yoga will burn bung, U. S. Naval Party". 923 White Street.sept729octl468x. oct4-3t
t aft tie little : featuring -
notes 1 wrote Base PooL I
..xpnracing' my feeling for you."yoq I, 7:30.,:. ,"P.M.T-OL S. Naval Hospital Square Virginia Dancing Reels and. Piano needs tuning. 530 William -

a "Dear Lucy," came the prompt : ,Party; jointly'with t Irish Reels, etc. FOR RENTCOTTAGESAND Street. Phone 463.W.
>rrply, "I shall certainly comply II American lied Cross THURSDAY: APARTMENTS oct4-3
with At :(2 M .
yeur request once Ana: Tuesday 3.00 P.M.-5.00 P.M. Classes
Ufcatally.. to.yow ianw holds 1:00.. -.M.--U.,S. Naval Hwpitel, FOR SALE-TRAILERS
in basic
". f ew'notas of mine time ask him I' Entertainers, to the photography Cottages and apartments directlyon

*ht 'return the favor by burning -, : .''Ward (3rduef. ocean. Private beach. Apply 11942 Reo semi-trader. Perfect
9:30 P.:\L-Dance, John Prit-
?.these for mIiilerestiug c* I I .day). cha-d i South Beach Motel. condition.. $2,750. 1115 Margaret -
and his Or l I
WEDNESDAY octl-tf Street. oct2-6tx
I 1:84) P.M. -n:e 9"P.M.-Billiards, chestra. Vocals by t l
Notes the members of
V I Room. Sewing Machines FRIDAY i, AND TRAILERS J' '

El.x-lric light meters in U. s.1 8:00 P.M.-Variety Nile .I! .
i :'I homes and industries J:36 PJVI.-ilwpital .p a tie nt o : Start your flowers in waterproof '
measure Bridge Pinochle
(ni.ate than :Ill million kilowatt- i, i '. Fishing Party 'joint Movies.. I Nicely furnished cottage, trailer- paper flower pots size 2lsmcnes.
i or comfortable sleeping -; f
I hcrlrs reads year. program N.C.C.S- SATURDAY: "between Cason"rates AIx> waterproof boxes.
... Y.M.C.A. and Red 2:00 P.M.-"Town Tour" special at Young's Tpurist Rest, Fresh shipment of seeds from r
) CA six-ton electromagnst has Cross. photogenic Key I the better seed ca's just ar-
Ave., 1172-J.
1:00 'P.M.-Navv ,
entMich magnetic force to lift 13avrrtllt Wives' Physical West (sign in advance ()('t4-3t rived. Key West Gardn &
.sizt automobiles. Fitness Class. ;;,t the club) 1 Lawn Supply Co., 914 Fleming
2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. 7:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M.-Voice re St. Tel. 1019. oct!-tt
Catherined. Medici: queen of 6:30 P.M.-Boxing Class. cordings. HELP WANTED-FEMALe t .

f/ance._ peered in |h* wear, .00 P.M., -Juke Box Dance. 8:15 P.M.-Movies, announcedat WANTED TO RENT
3ttg of richly designed accessoriesuch 'THURSDAY the club. Baby sitter, young colored giil

< aj rings and gloves. 2:00 P.M.-Seaplane Base Pool 10:15 P.M.-Second show 4 or elderly woman. Key We s t 'j bedroom unfurnished house

.1\ Navy Wives. same feature. Bedding Cow, between 12 and 6.odl3t. by naval officer and familv.
The cusUH of prWenling 1:00 P.M.-5.-00. P.M. Sewing SUNDAY: Will lease for two-year period.

gloves to funeral pallbearers b Machine Typewriter 9.45 A.M.-Java Club. Call 9291 (Lt. Panels) or write

a survival of an ancient use of Writing Room 11:00 A.M.-"Go To Church j Sell name-imprinted Christmas I Box F.P. c/o Citizen Office.oct43..x.

gloves. 63 a symbol of'hgh posiUon. Showers. Parties. cards, napkins. stltlonery.matches. .

FRIDAY 2:00 P.M.-Classic Hour, announced I Highest profit. Samples -
2:00 P.M.-Softball fur Navy !
at the free. Also box assort : .MISCELLANEOUS
As late as the Wives at Bayview
19003. personmotto Club.
ments. DUN BAR, Sanford 4
affected long fingernails Park. 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour"I Fla. oct4-ltx' Washers, irons vacuums and
were thought ta t>:3e them as a 2:00 P.M,-Prenatal Class Department Chaplain French fans repaired. OBriant Phone

shield against doing any work.Sixtoea of Health with Beatrice Moreno ; 1164-' 1 octl-tf
dollars Th i
Mothei. need extra
Instructor. I J(
I I at the piano. -
here for
big earning season is '
U. S. states prwhib t 9.00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Sewing 10.00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. Amazing spare time earnings.
m berwe white persons Machine. Typewriter I Avon Representatives. We J I I Sell Christmas cards.. station-
for in
an opening you your
and an Oriental or Mongolianand Writing Room GAME ROOM-Chinese Checkers I cry 50 with name $1. Free
No to
sat won't issue a license t a Showers. I Chess. Cards. Pim Pong ; community. obligation j I samples. Candlettes. 35 mon-
Write Mrs. ,
a Hh.te person and an Indian. 9:00 P.M.-Dance, Orchestra -''i Pool Writing Desks. Library. inquire. Smedlcy eymakers. Profits to 10V'I.
'I' I P.O. Box 1101 W. Palm Beach
every other Friday I Current Magazines, Various Table : Christmas, everyday boxes en
The glare of headlight is the alternating, with the i I Games, etc.INFORMATION. I Fla. approval. Empire Card El-
worst hazard for motorists driving White Hat Club,. DESK Tennis mires, N. Y.
at night, one survey shows Dance. I I Rackets, Golf Clubs, Fishing ; HOME NURSERIES '; epl29oct4-ll-3ix

SATURDAY Lines. Cameras. Checking Service
The arly Greeks had a cuftom 2:00 P.M.-Boxing Training.' I I Film Service Mailing and : Home nursery, Monday through FOR .RENT-HOTEL 'ROOMS
in which merchants threw down 1:00 P.M.---GOO. P.M.-Dressing! I Wrapping Packages. Receiving I Saturday including lunch. S1'
a glove before customers as a Rooms Showers. j Messages. Stamps, Railway Ex- per dav. Children fron 1 to 5. dveisesHotel, low rate-v Cuffs -

ymbol ol tht-ir honesty fn trad. SUNDAY press Strvice. : 813. -Duva-- Street. oct3-- fee shop, bar. oci2-2f-t I
mg. 10:00. A.M.-Conuxuuuon Breakfast SHOWERS.TELEPHONE. --

White Hat Club, BOOTHS.

Baby eels: hatched into flat, U. Sw Naval Base LESLEIGH DAVIS, THREE HOTELS IN n.Alas} POPULAR PRICESLocated
Iran-parent bits of life grow In I (2nd Sunday). 'r Director

to flat cigar-shaped forms, sa d I 1:00 P.M.-Picnic at Swimming]I GERALD FINDER, in the Heart of tfie City
then Chang into Wiener Roast Program Directol.f .
their adult life. : I ,ol, RATES
I (sign up in advance).I i LILLIAN WEAVER, ROOMS WRITE or
The earliest known bird it be- Secretary: for

bevel to be a peculiar creature Information and housing services DOREEN CRUZ with BATH and TELEPHONE

called an archaeopteryx whkhued city maps. ]It Desk Aide

125QD6@fl years ago. Religious titt'faturlbraFY,; ': Ford Pershing MillerHotel
-- telephones, stamps, rapping and \Villiamsport Dickinson Jr.
Diamoad dust rued to polish I trailing packages railway express f College, Williamsport, Pa., dates Hotel Hotel

aard m tal dies k recovered and.Capeskin service, laundry pick-un a' from 1848. I I 60 NX. 3rd St. 225 N.E. 1st Ave 229 NEe lt AT*.

ageis. available to all defense forces 80 Rooms 100 Rooms
-- and their families. I STORAGE I II ElevatorSolarium Elevator 80

is .named after Cape I! MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN floated Elevator
y -.wn;Sooth Africa, and 1S"aj Txecutive Secretary.j Brick Storage Co. Furniture ,
'. .father obtained from a small MISS HILDA\CASTILLO I Tiled I commercial. Phone 798. i'i 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION
. octl-tf'
. Atzicaa thae
Se .
i cxeUry. \ .
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;; SOC ITY'NEws-' ; Coming Calendar Of"I I iiis TOISA'S LETTER 'I.......

Executive Board Poinciana J Dear Louisa: do in a Iiituatirau :
111 Th Citizen Office-51 .. Will please tell mehat to j
PTA meets at 8 P. ,in you of to run
amount money
Residence-2S2-R i of Mrs. Charles McCraw, 16-2 this. I am getting the sane several It WGa : 9(

mtluntmrnrlmnunmmtuitttttnmlnulnumnnumulutnttnnalmulnmuuln! uutttrjwuumtmuutnwaw : Poinciana Place. on as.I have been getting for the years.amount. bat 7t\t.. J : 0
Alumnae of Convent of Mary enough at the time we agreed on
Three Key'West Boys Pledge To I Immaculate meet in home of agine my predicament now with food and dotMs\.la' : d
.. he ccm allow me fief l6t.
I Mrs. Edward Graham 407 ? husband WJS that
: Whitehead street, for program higher My plain food lloce a E... i
.,Fraternities! At University of Florida .,i directed by educational whenever I cut down to very *, .."
entire family.
:a .. ..GAINESVILLE ivitrriol+ w The, f Oct.'Itiiral 4.The Fraternity affiliations were .an TUESDAY chairman, OCTOBER Mrs. Amelie 5-Cabot t icism Consequently from the, the money that t mote SJcpeastve hurt ai* r tare
[nounced at a meeting this week. clothes
= '* .......University of. Florida's _2? social f Of the,1,043 men registered with I II |j i I Rainbow Girls meet ati P.M.J Jt j[ and should extra go to things pay for needed my around cooked pc per1y ,il M

: ,..... ? JErzJternities pledged 655 stuiecUj I I the office jof Dean of Men for fra- I j Jj*the house goes for food and then 1 tasty: ale milk is E

: j *. ..&\ the .end ,of frush week" this !ternitly rushing, 656 men accepted t lull mate GlimpsesMr. these other bills pile up on. me i ;food with lob of ril ita :1I.

: : <; rwtefc -officials in the; office of I I bids. < until I am hopelessly in debt {II h peas ad been. and ass, I.
.Pledges by fraternities andborne whole I
.. Dean of Men announced today towns are: I and Mrs. R. M. Garth., What can I do The !]p es-1it t moot

; Formal rushing was carried out i I Jacksonville are in Key West mess is very unpleasantHOUSEWII |
.. Delta Chi: Billy D. Clifton Key I II E N. Y. I J<
p. \over a two. week 'period before I :
a West. .
fcr week ten days. while
a or
i j tnltsi ySe at !reel ...
"quiet period" ruled-to give students I '
r Sigma: Richard S. Wolf- Mr. Garth is here on business. Do as a friend of mine once j f t'.Pil eelles ri..n.d
an opportunity to make ..
a son. Key West. ..... F
decision as to the fraternity with Phi Delta Theta: William V. Al- They are members of the Riverside |said she did Allow so much l.ts o da.

which they wished to affiliate. bury, Key West.Rainbow. -Presbyterian Church of and put those amounts in sep- hwy.teeth. r "
I dI
Jacksonville, and yso :
yesterday axj -
-- ------ --- -- f fI [ arate boxes. If you are allowed eonaltise. 1
-- -- j tended services at tins First Pre-s- I
I two dollars a day for food spend 1 : f
6iGct II I byterian Church. afterward being
Acquaiited" Girls luncheon guests of Rev. and Mrs. that and no more. This woman fI

Melrose Avery. Others in the 1 recall, once reached a Satur- J I
Meet Planned By Will llleetTuesday luncheon party were Mr. and day with only ten cents left She dtesssd luxsitscan't fh

.Mrs. J. P. Baillod and .Mr. and bought a can of pork and bean : tMy
Harris School PTA Mrs. H. A. Gibbon and that was what they had for j I desire thew (valet

J dinner. There are lots of things :i it, tom

\ Teachers, new members and i Key West Assembly I.o. 13, Or- Mrs. J. A. Cellar arrived Saturday we buy that we could do with- !' lrrou, I I

new patrol girls and boys will be
honored by Harris School PTA.* meet Tuesday, October 5, at 4:00 i,: where she has been visiting her family- has plenty of good, I' Address Your, p. a LKwtLOUISA" BOOrang.burq. i I
i father since September,I. Mrs. nourishing food it need not be so
.. at a "get acquainted" meeting at All
j p.m. girls are 3.GFattyBevew .
requested to be
j cuts of meat I
The cheaper
'* j-Cellar, whose husband is advertising fancy. J I
: 8 o'clock tomorrow night in the ]present, as there is business of in- t manager for The Citizen are just as nourishing a* the : C
Scjiodl 'terest to be .
auditorium. discussed.All
( _._
; s left Burlington, Vermont, the lat .-- ---- -- -- ---- .
F9Ucii ink the theme of the EI I Masons and Eastern Stars and visited C
year ter part of August a$. sitr$ I
"Looking Toward Tomorrow's Education are invited to attend. it .is an- Classes '
nounced. her father before joining her Spanish Very as a gvonwd fersiiiegni :
Professor W. E. Fowler The Cellars
kusband here. are e d arrtioa; 4.veIrodI7 .
: will give a brief outline of the living at the Southern Cross At NCCSThe isr
Begin ; 41 enov ta.w
.., -,' program for the year. | Two New Nurses HoteL soy; 7tu. MbstiieISeibsenbo I i
Mrs. Mayfield Salis, chairmanof
-) I NCCS Servi emen'. Club, i'J
..; the program will introduce new At Naval Hospital ; Fishermansi 1021 Duval street, opens the Be- To The ewe...
patrol members. i :j I ginners' Spanish Class tonight at
Prof. W. E. Fowler, school principal Two new nurses reported for 7:30 o'clock.
will introduce faculty members duty at the Naval Hospital last i j Celebrate Birth The Spanish instructor. Senorita -

while Mrs. Norma Dopp. week. i Benildes Remond said today
President, will present the boardan3 Ensign Ira L. Lane. USNR, reported \ Of First Son I.that a considerable number of na- \DC w= -r i

chairmen. : from the Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisherman I val personnel naval dependent ,.
Plans for the groups' Haljow- Naval Hospital and is at present I celebrated the birth of their and civilians have registered, but \ ,:i ... .
e'en Carnival will be discussed. i stationed in the surgical ward. in the I enrollments still being ac 4
first-born son with a party are : ", tt.:
Mrs. Thelma Sawyer, hospitality j| Lt (jg) Mary J. Murray, USNRof j i i Synagogue social room Friday I cepted. ; .'
chairman, assisted by her: New Smyrna has reported j!evening. Miss Remond's method of instruction ; BENEFIT BY THI$ :
committee is in charge of the back to active :
social duty from civilianlife. i The social room was filled with gives her students practice -
hour to follow.Monthly !I :I'many local and out of town t') in conversational Spanwh'from GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION 4-

i the outset, and the populwitv j
Reportj;j: Catharine Jeffers exchanged of her classes his been attested _)

I 111 menu were also served. by enthusiastic students for YOUR HOMI TOWN PAPHJSSW.

Of Gray Ladies I I At Denison Univ. I The regular circumcision party Several years.Lamp I II ", yes .iMI.Mm. .
i I I I services were yesterday at 2 p.m. I' lead .. YM ...J N ... *t>-
Miss Catharine Jeffers, daughter -t in the Fisherman's home on MuI| tht It ..... so -..... yea .... ;
Corps Given }': of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. j garet street, with Dr. Herman I Post I i ii I lot yew h.. .... i.s '.",

'Jeffers, 1408 Olivia street, and ,Moore and Rabbi Abraham ;; I WORLD. whee. nos/.s
Mrs. Clifton Evans, chairman of '' hi the making- ....!. ..aichc
grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 'N
the Gray Ladies Corps of theAmerican ;Schwartz in charge.I i Thief Abroad ..
M. Whitley, 1307 Division street, it ; n Mock to fie. Is jm-
Red Cross reports that I j! jok y*.r ......, fees fvtwe. he II
the Hospital and Recreation doaa- as Denison enrolled a sophomore Granville at!I The "Meanest" I Ij' !j MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina i j _ltnIcti.. n...... .M i.....r"E
ted during the montH efvSetern- -( ')-ThlS summer resort gets!! t.ti.w..i ....... ..d, int..s
Ohio elease
I( a news from that '
ber a total of 90 .hours. A tsakdown '- I J i school states. NEW ,YORIC-Court, officials pretty :quiet in winter, but they i j l bend i.. THE w w.CWtSTiAM'WENU': -
of this total sMwi that 8.! 'don't take in the street lights. So
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers are at i I branded as "the meanest thief MONITOR ftil,. #
Gray Ladies donattrt a total ofSo present in Switzerland. wherehe u in the world," a strapping Jabot"who ;the city fathers were pretty sore Eaje y its bowehts .. baiq
hours and 2 Junior members : is stationed with the U. S. er was charged with beating :when they found somebody uprooted i best tI'4-Ioce1ly. ...... ,
:d(the recreation awl instruction Army a 70-year-old widow. stealing' and walksd off with half a lt.r..lfy-wit.. y...sp.p.
corps gave a total of five hours. her handbag contnining 91. 'cents,I dozen cast iron lamp posts. |I .. .M TN Qristiea SeLi
The regular monthly party at -- M itor.
the County Home for the Aged I Audubon Society I her eyeglasses and her dental LISTEN T...., &phts ..a

was not held this month. How- plates. RELIEF AT LAST ABC stetioatn.. 0riIM

ever the ice cream which is given Will Have Meeting i : I Setae...Monitor tIIla Views tM NAnd
by the Officers Wives Club for
these parties was served,to t p old Monroe County Audubon society i I CHANGE : ForYourCOUGH today fat sokscriytiaa.Jetty ayacMl fat*.
folks after dinner one will have joint meeting i ii > ) $1'tN4uctory
evening. ; : S Creomulsioo relieves promptly because ----------
S of the Board of Directors and it the Tb.t..i.ti.w kin... M..i...
goes to seat of the troubleto
Seeks Divorce Screen Tour Committee, Octo- j LIFE : I help loosen and expel germ laden ; Own,ie... y s.,1.1 IS.Mew 11pt. .
'! her 5. at 8:00 in the home of I of .... a.w1 -
; p. m. phlegm and aid nature to soothe and .
E I ...._. .. TIle c...$
A petition seeking a divorce George Mills White. 403 Simon- j. Are you going through the heal caw, tender, inflamed bronchial
was filed Saturday in the officeof ton street. President S. S. Whiting 'middle ege' period peculiar to women mucous membranes.your druggistto .
Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. i announces. (38 to 52 yre.)? Doea tbia make you sell you a bottle of CrcomuiMoe
suffer from tot flashes feel jo nen with the ----1
Sawyer by Louise C. Richter --- OK, high-strung tired? Then 110 try : understanding you must like :
against Leroy W. Richter Jr. Mount Rainier in the State of Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable. Com the way it quickly allays the cough
pound to relieve such ympt6m9. or you are to have your moor back.
Washington was named after a Pinkham's Compound also baa what I.I e '
Mercury is the nearest planetto British admiral, but its Indian Doctor call a stomachic tonic effect! CREOMULSION ..

the sun. name was Tacoma. LYDIA. L PINKHAM'S 38X ItiE i 1 I for Coughs.ChestColds,Bronchitis PB7_, I s. I.:1
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It was just h04 : 909 Simonton Street : : If It Is EIctric' l WE REPAIR IT! : .
mt but yqu can .f : -ucniup.Management : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS WE SELL IT I S.. i POOR OLD CRAIG i I

id clothes &o maw .' of BENNY FERNANDEZ ; ; Plenty of Action Toye for the Children ; : We Will Call For and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS :, Service Station :
ma noTnort. t : S SEE OUR ; : 30 Years Experience Electrical Work : S
(face a storm: of qvY WILL RE OPEN SHOWING of Electrical 1 AppliancesHOME . ,. I ; j : J. K. BRADY. Meaaget 'PHOHZ 11M. :

SOON .........................-..........5.5..55..5... I L&.a211 Du..t'S t : : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. ; : Fraud and Dirteloa >8tre.ta :; :

: kind and if t I : .... .e5..5 55 5. 5 ... ........ ...., :: ELECTRIC TELEPHONE il :: : 101 DUVAL STREET : Tires lubc '. Batteries Auto ArceMoricaT : ..-:'
pr y*:? tn\ : The Best of S S m SIMONTON STREET : :
pet :, .............................................. Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Deal*
Jk] : S SUNDRY STORE ....................... ...................
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; t'Otllplpl.? S ...................... : Dry Cleaning -.....e....a..............5................... !

:* of end calories H>e.*e Dc.ns ,1 ::j Tempting DRINKS Fresh FRUIT and e: 1207 DIVISION"Your ST. Potronago< NEAR Invited"COR. WHITE ST. :: : PRITCHARD : r i 'ss iis' ,, :. 24-HOUR ami Pressing SERVICE :, : Body and Fender Repairing 1

r r e at but deaf : PIES will be aavilable S I ; ; .
-;:-v? plenty of Qty shortly at BENNY'S S Ice, Cretan Proprietary Medicine :- FUNERAL .: Free Pick-Up Service andS S AUTO PAINTING '
\-SsUbles. The .i MOTOR Delirery ,
i _m 'them ",.'''GI eeeeeei.................. Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : I SUITS for MEN\ : : COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE :,
J 2' l tomatoes Toilet : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : :
; Preparation and Articles : HOME and WOMENMailetoMeasure : I
u -..h keeping .................. .............................. : \ \ : : AUTO AND : .
Ip"1&'y your nei : : S PHONE 373 TOuy's
1 and stomach in I rN eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiGOMEZ ..... .. .. .... ; Let These Serve ; S, -S. PHONE 282 BODY SHOP : I
TTT to buy the" ? '...................... 603-05 GREENE STn TGLAMOROUS .:_
I vegetables which frNi S E : MUMFORD' [ [) ;and;;; ROSS .i ; Who Serte Best ; S Specializing .............................................
and : 5'' : ...........e...........55.55................ I
theyront tf.and S 220 DUVAL STREET S WE HAVE NEVER in ....5.55........5...5r .. "

the ''ami)... w .: FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : :: BETRAYED' A TRUST ::. Women's and : a 4 ? "I 1 1Get
I id haw l .* that t the WE NEVER Set For Fall Wall The New i t!
thou cake and : 720 DUVAL STREET: : Carrier Air-Conditioning i LOPEZ ,
eat S : r
Ambulance ServiceTelephone : Children'sApparel : S ...ij deb-u-curl S ;
9i : .Nationally Advertised : S S : .... ,
for Domestic
LOUISA Commercial Use :
Products : 133 PHONES I 548 : .: Funeral Service I' Cold Wave Permanent ; f

i i Your Letter :. Delaware Covering Plastic floor :. ...v....................... ..............91SO......: : Never Sleeps : : : : Established 1885 V A soft, natural-looking pelVlI tat :

Iv. P. a BOXlagebwr 1 : .Clopay Fiber Venetian : ....... .................................,..... S.....4................. .............S.........., :/1/) that will five: you Ut ; I
S. C. Blinds :. ......................SSSSS...............S.. : Licensed Funeral / HEW LOOK and make $10
: e Luggage. Appliances. : .. : Directors and : 'JJ you toe Glamour Gal :
Radios i S of the New Season .
J..AIMYERS S Embalmers24.Hour S ;
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eMagea and Mohawk : .
T c'strs accept I. S %perlatlaiaa I. PKNM.ISIT. ,
irr:nd: for divurcejffcr : Axmiasier Rugs : 1 M'AVI. IlllHAM ..TYLI'' TITi
.. "". 5 S Licensed Insured, : nG SCALP TNK-TMM\T
:: --a 42. rxtrwnc -- Make YourAppointment i : I
r ';, .cn.a. for ald. : E-Z Terms: s : 5S Ambulance : : BEAUTY :

: = : =1 :. OPEN MON.TILL and 9:00:SAT.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee P.M.. :. S ,, PAINTING Contractor i Service SS Now CAROLYN SHOPPE :

T. The SSSS. : Tel. 175 Overseas Hotel SIS Flaming SU\ : I
S Telephone 917. 11& Dural Street Jettenoa Hotel : '. Phone 135 Night 696 : DONALD BARBER ; .

SS aeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeiPRICE IS ; .' J. Douglas Trevor I ...............555.5555555555555 S........... ....................... ......eeeeteee......55.
.....................e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeElectric ... 5e5.5..5..5..5..5..5..............- ....*,
S : TOURS 1829 Harris ATC. Key West Fla. : .......................
tu'l1lh'Wt' i : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK ;

= pr :SPaaacng. PHONE 1374-K JiI': ) "OluT Ranges : 5 KeyWestFla.SOUVENIRS. Scientific Beauty Culturein ;\
; 1Yw All Branches ..:
S nrp"lallvr.aFLORIDA : : Refrigerators. Dispose and Electrical Appliance : S : 5 f: { ; .

(FIT BY THIS 5 tae Arse ,i75)W : : Waoliin! :; MacliiiiC8 fur Iniincdialc Delivery :: i : Thoroughly Operators Experienced -I :

OOD NEWS EAST ......................... ..... ..... leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I HOME APPLIANCE : :: CONCH SHELLS 5 Son wave vas Excbwlvdy ; ,

IMBINATIONIt COAST RAILWAY .. .S.S.S.5......*. : 605 SIMONTON SThEET PHONE 11 : :. AU SiaM ; 5 Phone 637 536 Fleming !t. \./ ;
NOME TOWN AfIIft. 5 ......... ... .... ..... SSSS55... : : ..........................5..S...SS..S....5S5.555555555e
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Tea .ee4 ta knew el S on dwelling Fire i I Insurance 5 _,_ Former Customers Friends and the PublIC* Invited ,
wha y h... DR. COBO'S 11 :. I Marl\ and Soil :
ru rc ant e Landscaping, Top SPONGES Salon
tic hN .h. M S bldgs. hous.- by INSURING witaAtlantic S Frances Beauty ,
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wh. In alt1N..n
kiM -.*e.H which 5 OFFICE :: hold and personal Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Cc. :. ; TOP SOIL 6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : Frances Park. Owner ;
> M awcli le pw. teye y+ FLEMING STREET : : effects. MARL HAULED. $5.00 for i YARDS : ; Will Ship to Any Port ; GRINNELL STREET:
I....., .. vets,.. f etaetieeel : Rear of w Concha HoW ; .. Save 15% on All Policies Non-Assessable : : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : S of US. or Canada S 1010 ;
'I p t$ Sad i.t rpt :: MercantileStock Ph' :: Beauty Culture in oil its VluutsP / : ij
L. 674laaeeeeceeeeeeee S. Palacio
/ Crutoet Agt. Marcy
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; : lV ro"H 1021 Olivia St. ; S .nU Scalp Treata nU t ,
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$ C1htl.* **"'11 1.1 1 E B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOPUS : +

15w 4 Ride the Bus to the i S : DUVAL STREET ;: i REAL ESTATE ,

[TIM Tw$1a"T *.fait. ...wM : GOLF COURSE ; 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniel 1s. Prop. Phone 1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday : : Sale :. CAYO HUESO .. :

Mss Yi. ,. Ike : Motor\ Scooters : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : '
BEAUTY SALONSouthernmost .
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u L I 1/ 5 Sale and Service Immediate Delivery ; : COMPLETE Dinners 'f i : Leases in the U.s.A.House

I Also A La Carte and Sandwiches s : Rentals : : UOO DUVAL STREET I" S
I tt,a *M| I*. IDEAWAY.ImWLz S Management Sitecializing In 4 :

_Tb.1 ...Cheta.5 M ia1.dWi t..Nn. trI. TAKE ...................................55........ :: Improved and VacantProperties : S Hair COLORINGS !\
1..... a ...1... 11. BUS'' I la Key Weal : Permanent WAVING I I
: and Monroe County 5 Hair CUTTINGS -
NO. 1 ; : SURANCE -
1 Wh to the t t Now yon can: rid. an conoml-- ;. : :. J. OTTO Slenderizing ,
I Motor Scooter
t : GOLFLJHICS : / :cal bile!Ciuhman paying for it .. .and the : WIND AUTO BONDS : : KIRC1THEINERREALTOR : Spot REDUCING ,
I.ddt.N/ ; + money you ma** over other : ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; : : : Mechanical MASSAGE 4
1 method of transportation, pay* 5 ti 5
:I crttete'-- : for e Cuihman. Come la for S Key West Insurance Co. : 411 Fleming Street : S Open Mon... Wed. & FrioEnDingsAppointments Q
: Have Fun! lra laf ormmboo.eeeeeeeeee :: 819 Whitehead Street : : ..

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB .......e....... ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei....... ..... S: 31' StMONTOM STREET in Front PHONE 1371 : :5 Phones 124 and 7M-B Are Necessary ;

.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : ................ ............ ...........Directly.............of..Postoffice........*.S...... ........................ S "Coolest PHONE Shop in 1314 Town" F "{ ....
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: Key West t.Jewelery Co. ; Must B. : ,
Oar Customers
.. k JEWELRY or WHAT ; ; Satisfied I : PLUMBING I 5 518 SOUTHARD ;
... ; / the Distinctive Burgtuuly
1 :; \ram or Tarter. taprrtear : -
CYCLE STOREeaaeeea : Opposite Bus Station
.. .." .... Jr..elry al "ab'Ia.utar5 1.-- OVERSEAS : Installations and Repairs : :. S Pint Package at
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11 or :t-Je..eL 1.II.Ue. FREE ESTIMATES ON -
...ra.C..d. : REQUEST : I
rare I. al..a' a LA FAROLA SUNDRY
\\..,.rk..rrpair. .C..e.all klndv t.lorkaail .. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT\ ;: : Call Us and Be Satisfied i' -THE- :
(ruaitzriuH;:; I- ..c.l : DIVISION STREET PHONE S112 PorterAllenCompany
it.. a..... .or uur aprrlattte.. .. 825 : : : Magazines, proprietary Medicines, :.
)tlx...r'l.mark. nlthia. doar. 21 whilr"a..r.. ).u : : "We Deltas"QBest : Phones 781 and 229-W ,
Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : School Supplies
t 6 Packaged Goodseeeeeeeeeee : .
S, CO.Ja.l 513'i traaad! Fleming tar. (.orarrlrvm SL .:. 5..!...........5........:5.5555555::::555555::.5...555555 5.5S...55SS.SS 5555555555..SSS. ....55S.. .........iee..eeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeee ?eeeeeeee..eeeeeeeaeeeiteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee WILLIAM? ST. at WINDSOR LANE :

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s i : When You Go :
: S .i : Moving, Raising or Shoring Hoiisev, Garages, ; : Under the New Ownership and Management : ,
Food Shopping : 5345 PLUMBING Boats or What Have You S a of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN

: Be Sure to Get S !. ; BONDED and LICENSED : : Distinctive Gifts For All Occasion

INSURED CONTRACTOR ;, FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : and Tastes In A Wide Price Range

5EWATS.E .. dYo&wm __ All Work Guaranteed -.u Corner Whitehead and Caroline Streets Phone 1S71eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaeeeeeeeee
I : : Installations .55..IS555....S..SSSS 5.55555555..SSSS..S.S.5 ............. ..
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ENRICHED BREADTh ,, : Why Pay More When You Can Buy For Leu? I
.Repair QScicagc ; : 0SffUSE YOUR CREDIT "W ;
I : Foundation of f Today's S :: Men, Ladies'and Children's Wear : : Specialising in Spanish Food & Short Orders ;

NfWlCOHOMfroa If PlannlnfBALFZI : : Prompt Reliable : 'S Curtain Drapery Couch Coven Bedspreads : S DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquettes. Crawfish ;
d Wet Gek red.Mr SS : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS ; : and Seafoods ANY ORDER

. .." S FAJIALDO. r PHOMXeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee W s si ; i PHONE 1120 i i HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO I Open Mr.Daily and Mrs.7 A.M.-2 E. F Corral.P.M.Mgr and and 5 P.M.-12 Owner M.I.IIr :: I

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dence that happened to ride this that 'Phil was burried. things : '
TTTokile be due to the action WAS early afternoon when '--"" '.'- '
may ',
1 : way. But thank goodness this will quickly returned to normalcy. >
ei-adds. and: not friction. Shell Oil Gay rode out of a concealing be the last time. I'm leaving the .. TJ. -" 0< .
It was the evening of the third i J 1 '!" : 1. 1;;.' ... ;; .,, 7, .- '
Co. research scientists report. sun-bleached boulders Circle-A. ;;; -
cluster or \
day. George came downstairs > r'r.
-Ia short trips about town. -totheof and halted atop a sharp rise..She Nettie studied her for sauntered to the table swung his !; .. : 'f'1 .' t'\ I'l ; ., ... ..- J1 !\
free, the bank and shoppingtbe was tired now; she had ridden for ment. eying her critically and ap- chair around'and seated himself. '-.J. c.-!. .!.< < 1 'L '.."' .a aZ;; "- : .0 ,... -. .-- t
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: average motorist runs his hours without stopping. She had praisingly. >* >.* Cathy placed a well-filled plate in i I i \t: _'''.' '1' -' ',. ....... ,'!':..-..! .- "_,..-. .,. .'f'.'*

engine for brief periods of time started off in an easterly direction "So you're running away" she front of him. !j .. ._ ,. "_'a. -
only." said C. A. Davis, vicepresSrirnt mused finally. "Yes. that would "George.she said and he''looked i b: -,+. .*. .. ;
in charge of manufacturing. but now she discovered that be what you'd do. But it wont up. "I've heard from. Gay." -,- ,; ... --. .; ".,i { ... .-.I ; ...
southward help you any. Gay can't run "That ?" I .j- ." 1Gf s :
she was riding steadily you so -
!'When the engine is thus inter- away from the things you've done ."' Cathy went '. : f. *y -- ''' l ? : : :' V : ; t.:
instead. Somewhere below on.She's .
littently and off. it 'cold' i and able h: \ __ ,{. ....... .. l'-/
on runs expect to be to forget taken a room in town( at Mrs. < < T -> ..ot'i"i,., ,
her was the shack .. her eyes I .. ;, s. "'S
the result that combustion them just by changing the scen- Sutto 'S ,_ : .
QVlth I place a sort of boarding j ,; ', ,: 1
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ranged over the open country but and substituting other ,
may be incomplete and partially ery : men house. I ., burned fuel and moisture it seemed to have disappeared. for the ones you've left behind He wondered if Cathy knew as < i. .. < .._ .._ : '_ ", ** ::2S.;* ,
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gases .
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the dead Your .. <; it .
you even one. conscience he did that had : ] v- .. -
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Vast in that vastness. She J' -
fclt&ck the) smoothly polished met I great .- r .. .-J. ';. .-: ,
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won't you.- self 'f- .. ., "
a job as Corbin's cashier.: ..o J.2 { ;<. "
-fturfaces chemically. It is this winced,inwardly when she thoughtof I '"- .
I Nettie paused now. She looked "Now I can see her whenever .. : > t r -.., .. '
type of acid action that accounts U. even tried to cut the mental tired and worn and her face was I want to." Cathy continued."And I .,- .J"t" ; ".. J

loc.-up. to 90 per cent of engine picture sheTiad of it out of her streaked and old. She drew a deep she can come and visit us" I h": .. ; ;... ': 1.... / .... ., ." mind but it was wasted effort; breath."I 'Course' he said. : 1' 0> 0< '. v

; JUaearrh is seeking means of there was something magnetic "' had planned to kill you Gay He picked up hi fork. There t.: .'.: \- -- 4'1. >" -
preventing the aciJ action. and I bout the shack and despite her she said presently. "1' brought a was a knock on the door, and they : '_, : 4. > :
efforts to withstand it. she knew gun with me for that purpose.. Itwasn't looked at each other. He frowned I' '. .
thusadds : to the life of the \ \,,
years that eventually she would head -
just for the sake of re< put down the fork, but Cathy was. ., ; :
tx,:Le.Lev. directly for it. There'was something venge. 1 wanted to. make sure on her feet already she went i : :
else that disturbed .her. you'd never be able to do to other to the door, opened it. In the .; "
Once. when she had looked back, what doorway stood tall '
women you'vedone to. me. open a figure ; i.
Model she had the feeling that she' had But now I realize how foolish it Sheriff Buck Loomis. Behind him f' *

caught a fleeting glimpse of a was of me even to think,of Killing and peerin in over his shoulder .
Wheelbarrow rider some distance behind het. you. I don't want to quarrel with was Pat McCabe. The frown on :''i\ '
She had looked back a dozen you any longer. I ;. I don't feel George's face deeoened. -
times afterward but even thoughshe up to it." "You back again?" he said curt- : :

'. BUENOS AIRES-W)) took had seen nothing to confirm I Gay raised her head. She eyed 1 ly. -
her suspicions the feeling that Nettie strangely as though, she Loomis pushed into the kitchen. .
hundred of but 't
years somebody she was being'followed persisted.She didn't fully understand."Go He glanced at Cathy only briefly, ''- Y s.4Xs .'led''p -y. --; -s rrn..h1
finally improved the wheelbar nudged her horse and he !" Nettie screamed.She and came forward to the table t :

row. started downhilL Finally they swung her right hand wild "Alters. the Sherifl began with j :.
I 'Engineer Arnold Schauer showed reached level ground again. Witha ly, whacked the animal on the a curious heaviness in his voice. ; \: .. .'.'
I city officials his new model.>> snort of mingled 'satisfactionand rump. He snorted angrily and Georgeheard the door close be- i '
Instead of having the wheel in triumph. Gay's horse loped bolted away. hind McCabe- but he did not turn fay '
front it has it under the body.Schauer away. Then she ;.pied the shack Minutes later, when the thundering his head. "Pat's just come back t !\
this standing so completely( alone on echo of the horse's;; hoofs fr'm a trip down t' Tc as." '
said means the the She slowed 'icr horse had died out, Nettie turned. "Go on." George said.
wheelbarrow chauffeur carries la a walk, halted him a dozen feet Alone her resolve and high determination <- "I am" Loomis said."The ranch h,:
leu load and the wheel i itself car from it. vanished,and left hera ain't been sold: yet, so Gay didn't

ries mere. It looked so drab and uninviting broken and bowed woman. get 'ny dough outta that The .
in the broad daylight yet so dough in the bank comet seventeen .
much had happened within the IT WAS three days since Gay I .hundred dollars." t,
Radio Programs limited confines of its walls. She had left the ranch three long Cathy came around the table. .
shook her head. Bits of events, drawn-out days that seemed nev She halted behind her own chair.
and flashes of familiar faces darted er-ending to Cathy who had "Then the five thousand dol
1A "By Tb Associated Press in and out of her thoughts. She hoped with each new day's ar lars" she said and: she stopped I

was jolted back to reality when a rival for some word from her abruptly when the full impact or

Daytime Summary slender figure suddenly came sister. Gay's failure to communicate what the Sheriff was leading up j 11
around the Shack. It was Nettie with her weighed heavily on to struck her i! tare aY .
.I..t.eI Programs. as. li.t.cII below_ Martin. Gay stared hard at her Cathy who went about her house. Loomis shook his head.
sri bradcj: at tit*sane tint*M.
Nettie in front of her hold duties "It wasn't her he said
df tftr_gH Friday.. Tim i*.*>t .**ara. Fr central standard cub- looked up at her. Phil Martin's sudden death had Quietly.He looked down at George:; I
,. tract ant kvr.| fr mMi>t two "'"1'* out here." Nettie said. when all conjecture over his 1 come back t' town with us. You're s -
"I didn't come here intentional unexplained death was over and under arrest f'r the murder o' j
OCT. 4 THROUGH OCT. StHonymoo ly." Gay flared up. "I've been rid- no satisfactory, conclusion had I|John Snediker." ,I

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Aft .. came excited: smashed a coupleof [worked and, after eating a meal Bosch of illegal possessionof '

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a man named Edward Johnson squeezed. Puzzled when the dollwouldn't i
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UrMe and Groom-aba window. The :ancient Babylonians were bottle of cocaine. millions of dollars in U.s. Savings Bonds.So .
The Hop Cbc. ..t-mb.* I .' Why: work? Why plan for the future? Why
in the habit of depositing copiesof
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Well then your best bet is to work-plan for your company's Payroll Savings Plan.

FOR THE MOST TRAGEDIES the future-save: 2. At your bank. Walk up to the teller. Ask .

NETWORK PROGRAMS ; Most ordinary human beings do plenty of to be enrolled in the Bond-A-Month Plan.
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minute program. change: C: But the National Fire Protection Association says the bulk of losses are traced to smaUa go i
not be included.MONDAY.:
fires;,, dua to familiar causes-fires that snuff out a life here and there largely go unnoticed. Thirty

OCTOBER 4 persons are dying every day in fires that attack homes every minute-and-a-half." the association : :: :; J. Automatic Saving Is Sure Saving.. .

finds out. Matches not kept out of the reach of children careless smokers dry cleaning at '" ,

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\ Loses To: Detroit A.
Sunday .
I\:. Allot: Indians 1 i! Edge FOR TOUCHDOWNS .

;I Only Five :Ui Zia I

._ i!I Conchs In Army
; Ft-ller Knocked<< t From _t rl ? I'

." Box In Fourth; All- roun.' .d' i I j ; t I, Barracks Game' RT

May Pitch
:Today; i
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Rosox: Swantpa Yanks Athletes .. .' 1
Lowers! Limited To J
4- t09 The A..wl.aca Pe.ala I NEWARK,. Der-iv( }-TwmtyI I Three Singles .
,. NEW YORD. Oct. 4 I members. of the University of Delaware's,1948 -, 3
land Indians and the CleVe-j' Virtots Won fly
football squad have'received |
Sox finished in an unprecedented i i i letters in other sporU. 3 To 1 &-ore f tn.t .
for first place in the American Halfback Billy Cble is the most j $,.., -- .

l League rase yesterdaly when the 1 II Versatile 'rnemberof the group> The Atomic Bombers edged out I a : s r eG
Indians were beaten with letters in football, basketball i 4v,'.- ...
by Detroit .a the Conchs, 3-1, in an exhibition '
f .knd the Sox ousted the New York'y and baseballi I II I game played yesterday afternoon I r f *

.Yankees from second position. II .at the Army Barracks field. -
The Indians lost 7 to 1 and the I Veterans Guiro Diaz sill: Joe .,

I :Yankees 10-5. ]1 i How They Stand t Casa teamed up to limit the I.'
The Indians I Conchs
and the Red Sox I ta three singles. Bunny

in accordance with American Villareal ConcH righthander, gave i
.League niles will play a single up only four hits, but errors spelled a w
game today at Fenway.Park, Bos-+I I; MAJOR L1 AC\ms a his downfall. \

':ton to determine the winner of AMERICAN: ..LEAGUE i With two outs in the thin Bob ____
:. the race. Whichever team wins Teams:- W. L. Pet.>> t Att j Santana! lived on an error and: a-

the contest will meet the Boston,, Cleveland _..* __ 96 58 .623 rode home on "Jolting Joe" Mira's

;Braves in the World Series begin..'Boston m 96 58 .623 ringing double to left center The .
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ning Wednesday. (New' Yurky- 94 60 .6101tPhiladelphia Bomber added another run in the .'

,1.. It'marked the first time in -- --- 84 70 .545* fourth when Casa singled to left AP Afewsfeatures .
.".American League history that the .Detroit __.. _ nm-_ 78 "19 .506 stole second was sacrificed to SID LUCK1.AN. great T formation quarterback tithe Chicago Bears here reveals a few of hi*

I pennant race ended in a-.tie. The j>St.:Lpuis __hh _' hn 5994!I .386 third and scored on Crip Las ires': passing secrets. Luckman: grips the bell with his fingers across the lacing ((11 and shows that

'Brooklyn Dodgers and the St.iWashington --_ '00 56 97 ..366Chicago' (single. A walk an error, ani Joe fingers must be well spread end trust grip tha bell smoothly, not clutch it. When cocking the-

Louis Cardinals wound up in a __. u. n '_ '" 51 tOl .336 (jP) Wirephoto Casa's long fly gave the Bombers ball ((2)). the great Bear passer reveals the ball sbcUd bs '"tucked up close to the ear." Wfcew
1 4 deadlock in J .Cleveland and Boston tied for : r their final tally in the fifth. Lucktnao and the bell
1948. and a special I delivering the ball ((3)) the nose should be kept parallel to the ground says
r &three-game playoff was.arranged.>.t the lead meet in playoff game in HERE'S ANOTHER CLEVELAND INDIAN FAN wh '. sittingon The Conchs escaped a shut out delivered with a wrist snap. Legs should be spread: comfortably with the weight balanced on

E .:St. Louis won the first two games Boston today to determine championship the edge of his chair until the;American League pennant is ;in the ninth when two errors anda the balls of the feet. Luckman. who this year figures to han one cf the finest of ha 10 Masons _
msle by Lee Griffen them
-'and subsequently met the Red> clinched. Ifs Bob Hope in Hollywood._ He owns a small chunk .their gave with the Bears recently! turned author and Iho pictures! and advice are from his book. 'PaU1nfor '"
Sox in the \\V>>rld Series. Bib's only run. j _
: it like
J cf stock in the Cleveland club Right sow seems : Diaz fanned four walked one, Touchdowns.:

Hal Newhouser Detroit pitcher: NATIONAL LEAGUE ready to step in and lend a.hand---er something. and ullowod: two bit in the five .- - -

.Scattered five hits and registered'21st Final Standings ........ !innings he worked: Casa followed ,
hu victory of the season in .- -- --- --- -r- - ---- CAROLINA HAS A 30I4>OUM) TACKLE ;I Ia
Teams W. L. PcL I j Diaz: on the mound for the Bomb- Fifth At Home

'beating the Indians yesterday.-J Bos on L: __._. ___. __. 91 62 .595 !''ers and struck out 6, issued one I t

;Newhouser pitched one of the':St. Louis ___,_ :.. ___om 85 69 .555 Cleveland Ieceivertfop' Workman passed and cave up one hit in four EAST LANSING. Milk.-1+I :

most brilliant games of his career.!.:Brooklyn ---__-- _n_'h___ 84 69 .55:! ,m-vngs. ii MichiganMirh' Stole !
Tigers collected 15 hits off six' :Pittsburgh n_ 83 71 .539 CONCHS I Ij i Tha EM
U To Trade Him e3101Ut
And Veeck Wanted i i|football contest thus: !
;,Cleveland hurlers. Vic Wertz and. :New York _.-- n.n nm 78 76 .506 j PJayerAD R II PO A 4. ..Fs i Lansing. Micl is only the ftftn i

Eddie Lipton paced the attack':Philadelphia .. _- h_ 66 $9 .429 Ingraham: b-rf __ 3 0 0 1 0i contest that has been piayW K e

with three hits each. Wertz crack I Cincinnati m u____ __ m 64 89 .418 By LARRY SMITH i Villareal, p 3 0 1 1 4 i I of the 41 games between the two

ed three doubles and drove in as*'Chicago -. 64 90 .416 (Newsfeaturcs : Castro, Ib u_- .u._-_- 4 1 0 7 0 schools. All the rest were :at AM
'many runs. Dick Wakefield also ----- CLEVELAND::-Mary an American League base runner will Griffen c.- ._ uu 3 0 1 7 2i =x ;j Harbor. I

i batted in a pair-of runs with a SATURDAY'S RESULTS tell you Jim Hegan has a rifle where his right arm ought to be. i Blanco 55 __ UbOO 4 0 1 5I a 1 i I .. i

two-bagger. The defeat snapped! National League The tall Cleveland Indian>* receiver won't set the circuit afire i. Machin cf b____' 4 0 0 0 0 TODAY IN STOnY I
Bob Feller's
: seven-game winning New York 8-1. Boston; 2-2 (2nd : with his hitting but as fur the mechanics of catching there's none Mean; cf ___ 3 ,0 0 1 0 --
streak and ruined his bid ;
to rack
'game 7 innings). better. Walker rf __ 2 0 0 0 0 s w (Know America)
up 20 victories for the season. His Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 4. I Sands, 2b .___._ 1 0 0 2 0 t 1777-Biltle of Germantown,
i record stands at 19-15. St. Louis 9, Chicago 0. A fellow backstop Birdie Teb- One-Mnute Abyon, If __.__ 3 0 0 0 0 e* Pa. -Washington defeated by. the t t
There were indications thatKeller scheduled. belts of the Boston Red Sox sums j 6 Brituh. -
Only I
games - ,
would be used in the up the general opinion of Hegan: Laura D.
play- American League "(. Tota1s30 1 3 24 10 1837 8-year-oW
off today making his second attempt "He's terrific behind the plate, SPORTS ; BOMBERS I Bndgman. Hanover N. H. bfcnd
boston 5. New York 1. "Every is a picture QUIZl .
in two days to win his 20th says.Birdie. move PlayerAB R It PO A ; d j xl "deaf-mute, enters Batten's Perkins
Cleveland 8, Detroit 0. He throw like a cannon, l
can r
: and clinch the for asi first of lone
game flag .______ Institition- a
Cleveland. Washington 7. Philadelphia 1. and he's a horse for work. When 1. Who holds the edge in the | Casado cf 3 0 0 3 0
| Acevedo' c __ 3 1 0,11 3 list of similarly afflicted success'fully
Only games scheduled he catches a doubleheader, Army-Navy grid series uu
The season dosed'yesterday looks Stronger in the second her' Santana ss __w_ 3 -1 0 3 1 treated there an Inspiration
2, What is Joe McCarthy'snative .
with Philadelphia Athletic vie- than in the first" Mira, 3b __u__,_' 3 0 1 3 4 t to many.18531be "
t .tory over the Washington Senaf' state I Great Repubtfr, a
4 1 2 1 0Paw.
Tebbetts his head in Casa If-p'
shakes I
3. Who won the IIarv:rJ-Yale lauactoe
toe, 2-1; Boston beat New York City Senior wonderment every time he recallsthe I .. 2b _'__. 3 0 0 1 1 i i 4,000-ton clipper ship,
Baseball League football game last year ; Bostw.ld", largest at a
vJO-3. and Chocago White Sox de 4 j in
early-summer readiness LastTe. lb __ 2 .0 1 5 0 i
What Eddie mvte i -
jested the St. Louis Browns, 10-5 .(Municipal Stadium) *,1 Indians'oUra3e'Hegan.:'*- "":". -!.state 4. ?' is :/ Diaz p-lf 7-00 __ 4 0 0 0 0 ?av that time. fated fns -
Chief Joseph,
Awhile the second game was called Club- W. L. Pct. ** Garcia rf __ 2 0 0 0 0 : aas j 1877-
Is that fellow unierrated: in 5. What horse holds the world: i i 00 ending
In the seventh because of darkness Clowns .. ___ .__ 71 .875Pirates dian strategist, am lender* -
--t ---- m. Cleveland Birdie asks. "Boy, - -
: one- ? Idaho.I .
: mile.record' : Indian war in
6 1 .857 there's one player I'd never think } Totals27 3 4 27 9 I Instill brothers
In National League games' the I Sonar School _____-_ 26 .250. of trading Maybe he hasn't much I THE)ANSWERS. '! Score by innings: R.. H. E. 1932-The its two

-Boston; Braves defeated the New Elks ClUb .m -__.--.-._ 1 7 125: of a batting average but these 'j Conchs 000 000 001-1 3 4 indicted Chicago kills the free '
'I 1. Army-seven game edge. : 1933-Hitler press
'York Giants 11-1 the Philadelphia :
t ; days what catcher has* | Bombers 000 111 OOx-3 4 3
: Phillies beat the Brooklyn Island City Baseball League The Indians did try to part with i' 2. Pennsjlv-nia: : Errors: Ingraham 2. Blanco 2, in Germany Germans and French in
3. Yale, 31 to 21. 1939- .
f Dodgers 4-2. the Cincinnati Reds (Army Barracks) earlier \
; Megan this year but club | Santana, Paso Diaz: runs battedin battle of the tanks.1941Russia .
won from the Pittsburgh Pirtates, W L. president Bill Veeck set a high' 4. f i'
Casa, A. Lastres two-
: Mira ; aM officially -
I _______ 5. F.quipoise on June 30th; : pointedly
10. and the Chicago Cubs defeated Atomic Bombers n 10 3 3 price on the agile I''iver. The stolen bases Ma-
base hit Mira
: ; ; : her Constitution
; the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. iubRon Four ____._____n__ 9 !2 fact that every club in the league'1932, did the mile in 1:34: and Casa left bas- : states
2-5ths. chin .Santana ; on WP) Photo : provides for the freedom of relig
The scores: I Scorpions ___..._ 3 9 made overtures was a tribute to ;; ; : Conchs 3. Bombers 8; double

AMERICAN LEAGUE Conchs __.._____ 3 10 Hegan, but none wuulJ match the !: es plays: Ace\edo to Lastres, Mira STAN MARCYCK. University of North Carolina tackle. weighs i ion.1942-American tanker' torpedoed -

R..H.E. heavy talent tag he corned That I' Touchdown !i Acevedo to Mira. Villareal to 304 sub off the
) 1( \ Story to in at Chapel Hill and discovers that he tips the scales et by an enemy
Dttroit 00 _mum 7 15 0! .Junior BasebaU League probably was one of the best j I Blanco: to Castro, Casa; to San- pounds. Blocking Back Don Hartig (left) and Wingback Billy coast of Oregon -
I Cleveland _. .__ -_._ 1 5 0 (Municipal Stadium) things that ever happened to the!I tana to Lastres struck out: by is 1943-American forces in Italy
; wonder. to
\ Miss.D) Eritt (right) look on in awe and Mareyik trying
Newhouser and Swift FeJJ Indians. !! .
; r.hldak 6 Villareal 7 forward from Naph
Diaz 4, by Casa by : push
Porter Place Lions _10 7 .588 The Cleveland management believed j Through 15 seasons of South- get down to 250 pounds. His home is in Nesque honing. Pa. i
; Kleinman. Gromerk Garcia bases on balls off Diaz 2, off 1944-U. S. Third and Seventh
Groth and Megan.i Cubans __ --- 8 8 .501) it could afford promising'eastern Con'erence: grip combat, Casa 1, off Villareal 6: hits: off ----- .- ----- -...__ __ ___ -- -- I I Armies active on the Western
i PALs 8 9 471 rookies on the roster. ':the University of Mississippi leads :
with: Diaz 2 in 5 innings off Casa 1 1 I I zine publisher, born in Omaha 56 ; Front.
j R.HE. Young Joe Tipton was considered : !:in furnishing swung leaders Diaz I TOD BIRTHDAYSKnow 1945-Truman orders .Navy: to
4 by pitcher:
\ Boston 10 15 0 LOCAL SOFTBALL the best prospect and he divided I:Ray Rapes ((74 points), 1935; Parker ; in innings; years ago I II 26 strike-bound wl plant

New York __. .00n_._._-5110: the mask and mitt duties ,: Hall (72)), 1933; Merle Ilapes 1 i (Griffen). Casa (Machin); losing ( America) I I I i Prof. Walter A. Maier eminent I i seize 1947-Brewers agree to recommend
Dobson. Johnson. Ferriss and .Class ALea'Ue when the club played double- '!((72)), 1940, and Charley Conerly pitcher Villareal; winning Arthur M. Hopkins new York St. Loa Biblican scholar born in I 1 I to beer-makers a rut in
'Tebbetts.; Porterfield. Raschi. Club- W. L Pet headers. However, it soon became :|((54)), last year's top lianas: setting er: Diaz. theatrical producer, born in Boston, 53: years: ago.i grain for food conservation.

I Reynolds: Page and Silvera and Bob's Sprt. Shop' 6 1 857 apparent that Tipton needed more I.the pace. PitCh\\ Cleveland 70 years ..1go.I i I Lieut. Gen. Leroy Lutes born j i i
*' Adams Dairy __ 6 2 .750 polish and Hegan took over the Homer A. Rodeheaver of Win-
Houk. I :in Cairo, Ill, 58 years ago.
1 ... SubRon 4 __...-- m__ 1 4 .250 ,chores exclusively. !1 A sloop is a one-masted ship! Golfing I ona Lake Ind. gospel music director Prof. Roy L. Garis of the University Carburetor Too Rich
4 R .H. E. Veterans __ _, .,. 0 6 .000 I Strangely, after the Indians: fore-and-aft-rigged and carryinga publisher, born in Union
of Southern California. Makes !Motorist Too PoorCar
far :
j i took the 28-year-old Lynn, Mass, I ead-3 lil jib. AUSTIN, Tex-(OP)-By Furnace Ohio 68 ago I
)Philadelphia .. __. 241 years noted economist, born in Roanoke -
-. Class **B* League native off the trading block his the most popular "other sport" of owners who are wasting
_._. born
Washington 150 t I ('t Frances Fuller, actress in Va.. 51 years ago.
i 1 .. Marchildon and Brucker; Scar- Club. W. L Pet. hitting began to im trove. i IHornsby, who tutored him at i I University of Texas football players Charleston, S. C., 40 years ago. I. money and not getting proper gsa
1 'borough and Early. Elks Club ____00_ _.. 4 ,0 1.000 Jim belted only five horn" runs'!training camp two years ago. ,| is golf. Some 27 members of Miriam Van Waters, superin- I mileage due to over-rich mixture"
I First Game I VXl Flyers ._._ :3 2 .600 in his four previous seasons with j "Hegan," he predicted, "eventu ::the squad list it as their favorite tendent of the Massachusetts Re- will be pleased to learn of a
Tour Grocer SELLS That Good
Kantor's Men's Shop 3 3 .500 be hitter. When I and two of the Longhorns. Paul Wisconsin: inventor who bas. developed -
... R. H E. Cleveland, but his year he ally will a good formatory for Women a noted social
Chicago .Ix..10 4 1 I'Hospital ____-._ 1 6 .143 slammed 14 round trippers.The 1 I he learns to poke that curve into r t Campbell and Ray Borneman worker, born at Greensburg 1! STAR BRAND a very clever unit that help

_'sl. Louis 5l2 1 I trouble he experiences with i 1 right field he went be listed i shoot consistently near par. i 1 61 years ago. save gasoline by "Vacu-maUng"
Wight and Robinson; Widmar. outside curves keeps his batting {among the good receivers of the I \\pa. Lawson. noted illustrator I' AMERICAN ., It Is automatic and operatea en

I Ostrow&ki, Sanford Drews and CalendarSENIOR i average down. However, he bears '.'.circuit He'll be mentioned as one I Read The Citizen's Classified -etcher, born in New York 56 and CUBAN COFFEEI the supercharge principle. Easily;
i Muse.I I Sports out a prediction made by Rogers 'of the all-time greats." Ad\-ertisements.World's I I -Try Pound Toduy-. : installed in a> few etteatea. Vita

; I __ .u ___ year ago.David A. Smart, Chicago mlgl- I all can truck: and tractors. The
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.. .- R.H.E.Chirago 250. Bayview Park. NightsTo I Largest Helicopter Being Built .. St, Wauwatosa Wis.. are offeringa -
Vacu-matic to anyone who will
St Louis 293 be announced.
Install it on his ear! and help
Called Seventh by darkness
.i in r.FOR..USALE. I Introduce it to others. They will
j Gumprrt Pertee.I and Tresli; Carver and JUNIOR SOFTBALL a gladly send full free parttctiUr IIyou

Bayview Park. Afternoons / write them or just send your

t NATIONAL LEAGUE and Mornings name and adJrcsa oa a penny poet

R. H E Daily play. t / 4 4 card today.

1 .Boston nil 16 0 4
i .New York White :
Potter, Shoun. Voiselle and Municipal Stadium. Afternoon / ,

I .Salkeld. Burriso; Komkowski, I To be announced. BROADWAYCIGAR
'Tnnkle and Yvars. Army Barracks. Afternoon ;

: TO be announced. fNEWSPRINTjuft. STORE
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j ''Chicago -. ...4 8 1 JUNIOR BASEBALL : 610 Dmal Street
; 370 (.
JSt Louis n' Afternoon
Municipal Stadium. )
+ MtCall. Dobermc.. Chapman Play three times weekly. : 500 Sheets
fond Walker; Dickaon Breacheen 25cI COMPLETEBASEBALL:

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Cincinnati 1 2 0 .FRIDAY7.00 -*- 1 1SCORES
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Lombard and Kluttt i TENNISBayriew AP Newsteatuies 1 POPULAR BRANDS of
Park. Afternoonsand ARTISTS CONCEPTION of the new Piasecki XH-16. largest transport helicopter being buill for Artman Press 4

R H. E.! Nights the U. S. Air Force. It is as big as a con airliner and its detachable capsule underneath compares i 1 Cigars and Cold

Philadelphia .. __ 471! Dally play. with the biggest busses in cue. The ship will transport large numbers of men and their

Brooklyn nm _...__.__' 285 I equipment. As an air ambulance it can make mass evacuations. It will be capable of mass rescues : CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 Soft Drinks
Kostant and Semin- Maine paid a bonus to veterans will b for the Air
Simmons I water or land without landing. Two prototypes of the XH-16 ready :
ek; Barney Hatten. Branca and 1 of World War 1 but has rejected Force: over in two years. The Navy owns a smaller sister, XHJP.l.I ........ r.a... ...........Y..V'"
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repave the avenue. The avenue Is
I Be Discussed 1 \ now" virtually at sea level and
AP News/eafuros subject to the rising and falling of
l EVERYWHERE that totalitarian programs have wiped out freedom s N'> i-' the.t eWe would have to correct
By Two Units it has been necessary to silence criticism Methods differ that condition: before laying an

between different forms of dictatorship.: And the citizens indifferent : expensive asphalt pavement on
I t...... aTti.rtas..t. ] eras vary in their resistance to this kind of aggression.But : d the old roadbed.

JACKSONVILLE. Oct. 4.- never:! do free speech and a free press qo with dictatorship.The : "By repairs and oiling Flagler
avenue we hope we can make the
\ Harold Coke executive vicepresident cictaicr.: zaust suppress them at all easts. "Yo tha.ll n tspee"c j td roadway passable until such timeas

Florida: State Chamber j you shall not print you shall not even whisper except t : os the city can go ahead with permanent -
T ,'***"+." That is the (1ic' "{. "W.
of Commerce today announced ___ __ ..- .' __ _- '4! i ri ti i Ef Er I repaving job. .
that the American Shore ini II j ? > I|, "There u no sewer in Flatter
i t s : (' t ; t I I avenue from Leon street out to
I Beach Preservation Associationwill : ;.K the Naval Hospital We would

hold a two-lay meeting *t have to put a sewer in the street

i West Palm Beach on Mon 1 iiy 'U1'4Fueeday. I 'ij' t al*>. Probably we could induce

December 6 and 7, :ant the gas cwnpany to lay a main out
hat the Southern Elites Constilnd Flagler as well.
Erosion Control Association. ire p. City officials today said that

organized: last May at Sarasota, rt .Boiling of some of the aty streets
j ? d i r
will meet simultaneously, also at r if = I Ik had: prevented them from :developing -

West Palm Beich. t,. t pot;iotes. such as other
i The State Chamber, Coke sii 1, I streets did during the hurricane.
with program coordination: in I 4 t : "We know that Simonton Du-
mind acted to bring the two s to t ta.1 tip' vale Whitehead and White streets

Croup together, BO that Florin"\ kg : s from Division street to the Atlantic -
might benefit from the scientific v J.r 3I L ocean have not :developed any

talent of both, in its war on beach I I # .. potholes since we oiled them. We
ration. the-prounl inspectionwill \ feel that we definitely are prolonging
be made by the delegates, Co-. r'i \ ( the life of those streets.
)lee added, saying Out possibly 'ts ..J
many as three hundred business ?! -sl rrrYYY..y..y.........

f and political leaders End technicians y1r ;STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE:

will be attracted to.the two ; a' ti I ,- TRIUMPH
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i medin incluiing Governor r :
I Millard F. CaldweU: ani Demo- i .-I-;
sratie gubernatorial nominee Ful- MILL
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: ida's congressional delegations. THOUCHT POLICE-The Japanese and others used torture. BURNING THE BOOKS-The Nazis staged great spectacles. I
CASTOR OIL-Critics of Mussolini's Fascists got itMDSEASON I All Grocers
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The Weather -

\ 'FORECASTKey. HATS liUG TH-E HEAD. I Portable Handy j AUlIWWUllJUlwtilllllUltllluarullrlfl". .. :HALLMARK>s '

West and Vicinity; Cloudy HOT WASHERS CARDS
with rain and squalls today thru

Tuesday northeast and Moderate east winds to fresh today Modes\; of the Moment !, (s $26.95 and 36.95 i el\'eJr. O Models

increasing to fresh to:>> strong tonight tt Q Toy O Sundries.The.HOBBY
and risk of dangerous galesTuesday. r-

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Florida; Considerable: clou i- .
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ness thru Tuesday with scattered r i
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shower and a few thunderstorms.
Jacksonville thru fie Flori *? TROPICAL TRADER
.R Sun.
[;Open 8 AM. la Noon
Straits: Moderate: easterly wink y MS Dural Street Phone 1000
this afternoon becoming rnoderatj: i i a ..xnaauaiena m 1.1>. _
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to aceasionally fresh tonight """n1 I.

Tuesday except risk of dangerous ass'I I t.r ;A.CGoaytr I'I
gales thru Straits on Tuesday. r
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tend showers with, heavy squalls I IN %'- MAl
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extreme south portion tonigh' and h 9
Tuesday, \ .
t East Gulf of Mexico: Moderate ra ,
easterly winds, over nnrtlt portion
I thru Tuesday. Moderate to fresh n

easterly winds over south Portion t i
I this afternoon Increasing tonight

I and Tuesday. with dangerous t lies A
i likely over extreme south portion. f
1\\ Considerable cloudiness t nd scattered .

showers with heavy squalls s .
TXtrrme south portion. 1.wl
Western Caribbean: Ktf nto

f dangerous ;ales 5hi1uVinls
extreme northwest portion this > .a
afternoon amt tonight decreasing j jI
Tuesday. Elsewhere moderate I
variable mostly southeast win Is. ; WIll BONNET. The Indian chief influence is

Partly cloudy w il h scattered notable in this sensational piece of headgear designed

showers except cloudy with showers by Anita Andra and shown at RockefellerCenter
i and squalls northwest portion BONNET This SCANDAL CAP Another Dachc I
: during Millinery Week. Red fell
this afternoon and tonightReport
i. is LillDac1.e" favorite silhouette headliner, lie de luxe skull cap, trhile .
feathers.SIDESWEPT i
for fall-sin all, sleek, head-hugging, close fitting, bn curved and cut lo -p -gonra" "" ,
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made to slay on in o high trind.rercvJ the /m.'r. This one in lilac
Key West Fla. Oct. 4. 1348.{ r
In "hearer. trilh removable
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(Observation taken at City Officr.tW gray FOR HOME
I : \ A.M. EST or

TemperatureHighest 13s I

yesterday 87 I l COMMERCIAL\ USE
Lowest last night 77

j Mean 82 i

;\ Normal Precipitation 81 If'e Are Prepared To Furnish You With

I Total last 21 hours .03 ins Clear; Pure CUBES or UWSllED ICE
Total this month .98 ins ,z v I

Deficiency this month .13 ins. t
Total this year' 40.74 ins. l Thompson Enterprises( Inc.
Excess this year 11.77 ins.ltalatl.a 1
Humidity I (ICE: : DIVISION)
at S:30 AJ4. ,

Barometer 84% I $ f t1h.L PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. .

(!:M Level) 830 A.M. I. ; r NI .ITTTYTTTYTTTTT
29.87 ins. 1011.5 mb
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8:10: a.m.j' i STOCK REDUCING SALE
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5:17: ajn. The hetid Sheer elegance; in dinner I hal ill
11:20: p.rn. 4:56: p.m. neic -f itthir Another headliner for bonnet trllh rhinestone: ; t/wrlllinI: I

silhouette in preen feathers IV19. in aqua/ felt with ,Irint in u ncir mesh Hiirgnndy red relrel. to Iud' green fell and satin t SALE

/ ADDITIONAL Reference Station TIDE DATA West I with clusters of insert of cocoa trout jersey made of glass strands lop off the seasons" feminine rimmed irilli a 1 : Price PRICE

I Time:of Key)Height of birds, bIstddie inalchins reil.Gennaine wrapped in plastic. Feather fashions.; By jeweled satin rose. ,| ; Schick Electric: Shavers ._m__ -- .----._. ---. $ I5.W S 10.00 I

IStatloDTide 'high water Northridae.CONVERSATION. Viltu. trim rain-jiroof.; Olio Lucas. By'orthride.. I : Schick Electric Sharercst '_ __ __ 7.93 4.00 i
!i Rr.t Jgt"n Electric Shaver. Threesom ._ 17.50 12.00 i
Bath Honda __ ______ _._ :
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(bridgeOh) 10m 0.0) ft.\ ---- ., Pin-Up Lamps 3.59 rso !

No Name Key only a nuisance. But in some Americans following: the World Democracy because they ll say: V ment Service located at 314 : A11-Eieerie: : Irsns $2.00 OFF LIST f

(east end) __+2h20mBoca Simonton street. Employers with : Sunbeara-Proctcr.: Gen. Mills: Deraieycr Mixer 24-93:; 21.35
ChicaSandy Hastings Thinks! places it i is a whopping big partof Series. They were thrilled by the about you she's lovely. ,
I* Electric: Piasters-Ncsco. Proctor.
.( Point-Oh 40m the ro<>t. In Russia sales taxes American ability to do the impossible she's engaged she votes!" job openings; which may be billed !
: Westinghouse: 10% OFF
handicapped -
by physically persons
Caldes Channel By HASTINGS BAKER 'average I 350 per cent In England passed, while almost the whole without! incident '1' SOME FACTSHUlrr I| or others are requested to t GZ. Casserole 10.95 I.U....
(north end 2h 10m sales ;
) 1.4 f.
+ taxes
on .new cars
run with the Toastcn-Prcctor
up notice in this country. The officer (Continued From Page Ono) j list those openings samooffice !* Pcp-Up Universal.
NOTE oOn Every day almost 1,003 American to 100 per- cent A used American in charge of the airlift is er contacts during! this month immediately by calling : Wectir.jhouse. Sampson. Dcmminion 10%; OFF .
carin England sometimes nicknamed "Uucle Joe." (no re- for regular orders and in prepa- telephone 489. : Metal Kitchen Wall and Base Cabinets 10%, OFF
( die for
f )-Minus sign; Corrrction : lack of medical '
:- care. sells for four times its value in lation to the Moscow Joe). ration for NEPH Week totaled ,_ K Goners! Electric. Westinghouse
to he subtracted A .
report recently rendered to this country. jtobj 1' 45. a' : and Premier Vacuum Cleaners! 10% OFF
(+>-Plus sign: Corrections In
President Truman urges medical The new musical When placed that I.ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES
be added a comedy on on jobs Automatic: Electric Washing Machines 149.30; 1350)0)
insurance similar to social The air force celebrated its Broadway called "Small Wonder" utilize their abilities :
handicapped -
(h)-Hour. : i and EQUIPMENT > > Porcelain Table-Top 30-GeL Water Heater 1M.OOOA9 =
security. It estimates that a 4 percent recent birthday by giving a proposes that we Americansare persons become as efficient ...
White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer $2.00
250 OFF
efti'Mtm.Minute I 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE p LIST
payroll tax ((2 per cent paid birthday present that lifted the past masters at selling :map ns the average able-ljodied em- i
( I by the employer and 2 per cent hearts of those in the wester by radio and therefore we mi;ht plcyee according to employer: BARGAIN SALE ON
by the employee) would provide sector cf Berlin.: They made aspl" have equal success selling de- reports and a special survey .
The Statue of Liberty was pro- : full medical: (,, BOX STATIONERYA : Many Oilier Items As Much As 30%
care including doc- .21Ihour effort to carry cbroad by the same method. made bv the U. S. Department of o Discount ...
vented to the United States by I to,s' lee,;. hospitalization, medicines ss much coal as possible, to he They have,= a comedy: skit with a Labor. This fact is based on four Good 1 aunt at a Low Cos1' > -
France in 1886 to commemorate : and dental care. distributed among families with radio announcer saying some- major points: ((1)) high efficiency :
the first century of American in-I I The report says that for sick two or more children. During thing like this: "Hello Europe- ((2)) low accident-rte ((3)) low Gibson alit NorctvssGreeting

.drpendence. ,, people to pay all the medical those 24 hours, in spite of bad this is America. Ladies, does absenteeism and ((4)) low labor Cards [ HOME APPLIANCE CO. I inc.t
t I bills' is like having, people who weather they flew in more than your government look different turnover. .

Tomatoes grown in the sun develop I!I I!;have fires pay all the cost of the' 5,500 tons of coal. j lately Are your borders: in disorder Unemployed handicapped persons \ Art Supplies! Sohool Supplies
higher vitamin C values Fire Department. I J The Germans listened to the I ? Well join the swing to are urged; by :Mr.\ Knight to 605 Simcnton St. Phone 11
than those grown in the shade of ;'I l : loudspeakers announcing theis democracy. And remember, Victor register with the Key West office I (Coll 250 We Deliver) i iI' I' I. ,

jeavee.or in cloudy water To most cf us a sales tax >i tcials with all the excitement of Kravshenko has switched to of the Florida State Employ- !. _I aALsssAAAAALSAL&GLlWi t AA A A A&A&*A A A A A&A A A&A&A


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