The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 5, 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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:, I. ,:m:. LXix.: No. 237 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1948. PRICE FIVE CE.,=rs'i. i


'I The last reports of the hurricane; ,'which,pas sed this city at noon today arc that it vlls.ltelcldcllotvilrd "'Mntccimtbc i ,'the'scene:uf .the 1935 Labor Day slonn.,

:1 ''I The winds blew rather high here but did n owhcre near the damage lhel last one, September 21, cansed'in Key West. '

'; : Heavy rains accompanied the ivinds, but estimates of the ("lJoll1 t of the.: rainfall could not be obtained from the! United States Weather:Bureau 'latehis/

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I The slonn was headed directly toward] Mia; mi i at; 3:30 i I'.'''., according to //ic(7. S.iNaval Bas e ul Key JV cst. The hurricane. was It t illg"lfii lc "to *tit&*!!l-st.-!

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.1# In reporting ,storm was l passing to the eastward of Cape. .SibfrCoaltlnttltlCr_ ( Eli Vinoch, USN, public relations; officer of Key West, .Naval'Base, said
: it was going; toward Miami; on.a north-northeast course. ;. _" "" jV
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(EDITOR'S NOTE: In order logo, to ] ie-s 1 at the earliest IOS3ihle lime, The Citizen i h publishing below the'.stories' "... 1.ltar:4".dJfr: publication prior lo the storm early this ttronun.- Tim infornintioiio same time.- )
benefit of amateur observers of,tropical disturbance The Citizen way ready to go to press this morning when, the power failed at the electric )plant 3.lUllhe material thus! prepared i is now being used! t i. also-given for the



Boca Chica Radar Equipment": Reports Hurricane Is Heading Toward City

Or Near It;; Naval Forces Evacuate Personnel And Civilian Dependents At'

Hurricane Shelters In Naval Stations; Navy Vessel Takes Refuge To. Cuba-

Badly battered from llhc storm that struck Key West September 21, hurricane is headed in about the same (dirclion as the earlier one and is expected .

) lo hit here or in the vicinity about 12:10: or 1 p..m. today. .

At 8,a.m. today, with. ,t the storm centered about 60 miles almost due south of I Key West, the Boca Chica Naval Radar Station reported t that if t the hurricane re-

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It estimated that the forward about 13 miles anlhohl'and that the wind 73 hour.
t was t storm was moving at ) was blowing a boll '. .

l Captain C. C. Adcll, USN, commander of Key West Naval Base, said' that the Navy personnel and civilian employes worked nearly all ,night barricading

the buildings of the Naval Base and that the Navy was ready for anything. ,

All the Naval vessels had been moved to the eastward. At 9 a.m. the ships reported they were entering Sainle Nicholas Bay on the coast of Cuba, about 90 J

miles southeast of Key West, and the wind was then blowing at about 50 knots an hour, even at that distance from the storm center. ., -

"I believe all our vessels] have reached safety," said Captain Adell. "Some of them got away at 7 o'clock last night, and the last ship cleared ,Key West

about 12:30: p.m." -

I There: were several t thousand windows at the I Key West Naval Base that.l I had to be boarded I up. They were all battened down at"8 a.m. today.

At a.m. today the I Navy began mo\ing dependent of Naval personnel I and civilian emnloje, into the naval I Station, the Fleet Sonar School hurricane helter" the Naval I Air Ba*e and I the U. S.Naval lloopUal.I .
I Food and shelter was immediately available at the four Naval station\ until the pa-ape: of the Monti. There Here 1,037 at the Naval Station, 1911!) at naval llo-pital! and he Seaplane Bare during the last atone, and it
j May! exported a final count would how at least the !Mime! number i in the'!Mationduring thi one. :...
1 Civilian: began hoarding; up last riling.; Nearly every building: in the downlouii area showed the effort of eniliaii workmen householders had hern regarded \ ith 'ncarh errors ttindoH and doorway covered
a *fo> board}: and other lumber.

;1 In the oulljinp: rrlion! of the city every !home that was equipped wills shut.I .
; rosy hail: them up and rlo-rd r,rrurel I- apain l the lonn and householders' Mere
Irving dc s prratrl lo batten doHii and tighten up etcrjlliing.Thr .
WESTERN EDGE In ( lrrr!:that wrt"el'ry badly! blunii'around during the September 21 hiirri-

: race ..UMM|, but MrrrKTlnl| i 10 lake another mauling if the storm fuuilljr reach
OF HIGH WIND Very V- Key Wp-l. Thc hot cstimatr are that the Hinds Mould' rise lo ubatanllal
I height hrrr.All
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Commander Vinock Reports Radar : I I 1 during; .the morning it rained very bea\il\ in Key We.t, flooding many of
( : : I i the j.rretand| pouring water tier some' buines places. The aler ran off ery
Station Findings: Key Westers I ( I II I and bflurcii thoHrrti the i,lrret Mere nearly freed of It.
( ) aoarrd of l Bora Chira Field after the hurricane
.\ 'II I Nasal nin rnfl out shortly
Warned to Prepare I /
.. I warning went up jeslrrtKiy. They were bound for :MarDill Field and a 'al) Air
At 10 fjrn. the storm was reported 33 miles from K y West"P" "' I : t i Station; JiikomiIIe.; Two Nay>' blimpdeparted for Gljnco, Georgia.
Wot. with Key West scheduled to be in the western e-a*
cf the eye. th. center of the wind... at 12:30 p.m. according: P,...,those j jS I I Th 1 loriila Crr>hf>untl Iiiif+ -njiriidrd!!. Mmlhboiiiid rhedule out of Mi
to th Boca Chica Air Field. I i I anti at (> p.m. and .the northbound from Key' We-1 at 7 p.m. )terday..
In announcing this lact today. Commander Eli Vm?Hr.USH Win-is:! ,
public information officer of Key West' Naval B -". <., hour : ; ; i K"-> \\r-t hat hail drill liurrirane since 1U7I, including, the one chat month.
said that all precautions must. be taken for Key Wet; wa-:. pales rn. i, 'I ?. -c,,rdi-i;( In lb" I;. S. Weather IJnrrau. 'Ili..rc MU one in 1'JO'J and one again in
in for some very high w ;Jd* str"na ;:
Commander Vinock al".o reported that the.AH.Wrath" The La..i.'I; 1910! but no two of them ever came in one jear.hrafneii .
Unit at Boca Chica bad plotted the' storm to bo about 40 ed fHT the th : who year after year follow the paths of tropical disturbance ,toint.I .
miles in diameter, and the eye of the winds concentrated at
bout 25 miles across. rooms* of I I ed out toed 'lay .that Kry Wet and the rest of the Florida Kes hate never been vl!ll.
im The storm was reported to be at 10 a.m.. 33 miles Andrews. b}' to hurriranr* in nny one > Mr.'IIIP .
slightly to the left of north-northeast of Boca Chic. If it 003.Nowhere : ) vrrr inclined In feel that the city Mould not be again visited this >ear.
keeps on its present course the winds would cross Boca :
Chica; Field at 12.30 p.m. Eastern Standard Tim the ( ) ;i despite the Nand Radar (iiipnient| [ at Boca Chiea.IPHOM 1
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i .va&A':':; e. a. r e:--- heard of the crimes that:haTe been committed F -;: 1 .. t :! : "' -; F"' ,s. .
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,61' _' d_<:- -7 aarw co.-...' h Y., wart and by ,chUdren as a 'J"efllUtt ,of reading or 1.;. '' .'# J i frlBiaoz ;:; arsaen. ] J IIiG ""- TW rvi .

)1.c..atl looking at picture in comic books!, have By t?* K..wvleaime: j "- T"-4 L__ Me ... ttaaa f: ftpr.

t ....... at E. 7 Xwt rl rtda. .. and ear taken action to stop their children from J f I- EatdidtrlaflKaa fetso ti y 'IJII f8C' lIP.. tW tot

.. IIJI.ILa&aac: 1Nat'aar so-caHed j i JC:"_ sail '" --1.... '
a buying or borroxring the books? X\b WALTER EEDTL1. S1d1'iT3.boea .] ". ..
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i s W.,rprda.urs atMrwtr..c e4U\d .. u... ,J- and The latest crime -was caused by a I ..:'< Oct. S. 22SS. jn TTyiT3 ft aFT 1 y. rt JoaC .. ...... ,. Jusame.I: .s. Arnhpn or Jj ;I JIWiaia; A.
u.. k...1 _.. ? ..u .cJ quarrel over a eomie book A 'ax-year-old tt : ( Feat toLnld r...rq { } wY Pafter a j I after -epdi isvcedzrakes aa *. :..... ....
boy, exasperated his .10-year-old '
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of'' I.,..a..Yaatt. ad..w+a -- --- "i.als'i decision to dttanfe; a. book with a CC eor- SUI!( Pert aarritEc .afJer 4...... far .mind ......- -
and'killed film cv jef so Eeea- "": r:3
Itaita neighbor shot' with
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t charge from a,shotgun;. ,, lieD1eDa"'m 3Etsir me i.m ,.4"14. A Laspc daettar
+ ]fah""YEan..ati .ra uTxrai The aJx-rear-oW still not:be*|uuut>hed 1r 1 -,$tneraI.5stit .).-... !'aVa v'- army 'Ii:& dka+.a. w .

; .aaaA1. AV'J'1tZ beeaiiiie the law presumes that a child of + FJs 'rr ; i t- banever a.fafolben fly -24mi 1 "Qua-----.f! wV" ..
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f ar M &e M -s-t. arc a s JU .. 2S31-First
",.. OOMe to as ales forum and Milt.. 4a.'a..l .- years, %viH be "pUBtkhed; ':';uffSdectly c fpm a TBH fi ;ht: r AmericanPangtwm JIre j fieo! $44. Gsr ei L6 Iat -
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vt > the sr b.. tJq. Aar
w aoaa t Lot lit Witt Oat rwWrh aa.araaa'1w..r reaBzjiiiofl that he had abruptly ended .tti. Ae o.a s-ifiI sere Ceeu1 &-;' and HueD S4 dabawl ya '
:. := the lie of his brother. cum; in Wield War L Ids; nnra Jr. land a: VessOt ee, :\Tam.. dam Gar.. ...
1 I fcion planting Ton wide JI7Ie..tafrer I flight fnnr Japan.JiS2 SMf- .- .
M Ko danger i# attached to comic books I O-J.-L.:,u, calls. him 'iarhdag." -Atnericar juarzuiiisU m rwai of the c-..... 1s4r-

9 R1942 that detail l fun or humor. But books of that i et He Ki faugr-td by Km" Georg- Geneva humou''j alv. present: :
ylr 1'1 __ L
MEMBER type are compared with those that --- -- -

r deal with all kinds of crime, including ( i
\LY murder. Young minds are unable to realize Horoscope

r i ._. that pictures of that type are fict onaL The TUESDAY OCTOBER 5. 1&4E
I! ilittskw that they are real) grip children The chiW born this cay IF: apt !

t IKPROYTKZYTS TOE rrr WEST and only too :frequently they try to perform a to.* be friwiwas There .is pie +iou

:. ADYOCATED BY THE: CZT2ZCK stuat outlined in the books, sometimes bfatfitr.. a tfosfanat aatiire
and a lot of ascursace : but the r tsto1rftdi+cs I
-.. with: fatal results to the victims. f -- tiu&d IS inclined to be light and

: L MOST Botcb end Apartments. I Throughout the United States societies -., -- (eggs rather itnprwuienl, forgetful II

.0' M edi c4 Bathing Pnaiian. have been "organized to combat the 1IftItItJ lIlIl IIt.n"ultlllalllllmllDll! TODAY'5 BIRTHDAYS of of a past the exptnence atare. E&rlyj andcareles } I
2. Airportt' T is said i training will be largely respoaf -
C CawoLtetifm of County and 1 i Key West In (Know Amerce)
sAde- -
the resint&mber
to reach 09) million monthly.) Without a a i i
:.: 'City GcreruroenU.i Gen. WeUer Bed dl SanctiAmbassador iI
: L Co wait t7.Au4itorlum. I doubt, if a boy glories in such books for Days Gone to fiuzia born: in emeritus *f &e BockeInstrtiie NOW AVAII.AE I I
; before : By F.eI I' .,.,_. .....
I. -.. _- :years attaining manhood., his! mind !i Ind anil.ohs..ears ago.Dr : fa ier for Medical wa.. z'oss
in l later life will be warped. The formative AS TAKEN' FROM FILES: George S. Stevenson, child search born in Esititnare' 69years .rae.a+se ...e4.

i: ', period of a child is the most important in OF THE: CTTIZEK OF psychiatrist, meduxl director of j, T PHfi ago.Belts of New Yuck */m- : LLMINUMBUNDS
I MOMJCSAPU bis life. Psychologists; hare pointed out !' OCTOBEB: fi. 1831 the .NstL Com. for MeaUJ.: HgitDe. ,.-<;iDem fta ,. barn in Phiiadelph.ia. 55;: Bock, Ark., 7 t t
that j TESTS Tn
.; Dear Evaders attitudes
t : are pretty weD fixed in a boy F.5ta.u-CO
= ; The Yankees won the first : yala. 1 1John )r D:-. Merrrtt I* Fernald, sated R :
Undoubtedly, you are aware that of six years. Of course the attitudes can bo (game of the World Series today at ErskIne. Colusabia professor Harvard botanist born i -

i ; J there an some office holders who hare changed IB later life. but the trouble is that Wrigley Fieli Chicago defeating etnentus. author, born is M I :.: thick they I the Cubs 3 to 1 Bill Dickey Yankee hew York, 69 years ago ,
held their jobs so long they they are nursed by the excitement contain- :
j i catcher, was.the totting star. Edward M. Ted) OsJy of Subscribe to TnTour '> -! C3ien I4 t4IEtf
:.: hate a rested Internal fn them: and while ed in comic i>ook of the gav e. la lour times St the : D Jlaa.. Tex, noted jaurnakct, :

';. the voters forget objectionable acts; pittt, he hftttd out four ..t.hingU-. born 5C yean ago.
Henry: A. Mulbgan. director of 'os FZEIC1gG STP.LLT ] T 'UT. T1.Jat1DAPT
thtn be reminded. particularly The Grocer yTTTbxl Good
I : ground election time. has been explained with the announcement daughter was born on September poration. born Ne'berg, W V a.. STAR BRAND) f
30 in West Palm Beach to i 61
:'. THE ORACLE that it takes 1.7CK) bees a lifetime to Mxand Jirs. Herble 'Todd, formerly ,. Donald gears ago H. Luce of New York. AMEHJCAN Draper Cornices

.-. produce an ounce of hone}*. of Key West'The newcomer -I} ,eminent sculptor. born m Barton, and L 1BAH COFFEE
has been named Hi ift ZuLc- ,
years ago. -Try A Pooad Tom
ka. Mrs Todd
NO CHECKS OR BALANCES u daughter of Dr. Peyton Rous. paths. ogL.t
: It is true that the Communists promise Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Pander of ,,
an end to racial and religious tolerance Key West. -- -
There u little basis i for disputing the but in practice they bate murdered mil- -1: : :Y *

:; *:statement (Vlacount. Addison. Govern lkfn; for being religious and for belonging ardson..nm.ander representing Wdliam the N United Ride <, New Super-S ck with [PV'lf rs

r? meat leader in the British House of Lords, to a particular clafeg. Your race would be States Maritime Commission ar-j'I

j rUat the time}las passed when a nonejected J ,:,3 JpJefcs under Cocununi&m, Your beliefs nved today to arrange far the. ec-)
iUshnMrat her of a *tit oo for a
t chamber can claim and exercise the would get you killed. the training of personnel for the IA SAUYOUR .
Merchant Manx He
tsa, guest ft
deciding whether rinD
powers of a propocai -
BRAVE MENCOME HOME" Mayor Willard" M. AlBuryI;
j J is or is not representative of thewithes .

\ of the people, : There is something unusually Shr:riff Kari O Ttrn4 w %
pathe- .leaves thus alteroomn for Orlandoto JPlJ
: The Viscount wa explaining the biI H I, tic in the parade. of a Brooklyn couple appear Wore Federal Judge CtoTHESfJ

already parsed by the House of Commons bearing sandwich; sign, asking air. force Ac spongers Berman who in were the cake.arrested of Greek whileoperating

to )unit the power of the House of Lora ds officers: whether they recognized a picture in Monroe county waitrs -

Ita, delaying legislation. Under present law, of their .-.on. an. American flyer reportedly The sheriff will be requiredto 11 ;

:: the Lord can bold 1 up legislation for two killed in a crash in the English Channel. should show not cause be.released wby the from spongers the / !/

I .= year*. The new bill would reduce: the time The parents; have never given up hope Monroe county jaiL o'M'L '

I _. to one year that their boy would eventually come uJ .

; |*aMage of the bill, which is certain, home. On their feign board they had a Jack Brent, who is in charge of .

:- Tmi-an: that the House of Commons in Great picture and description of the son reported Matbesvo the large coconut estate CM gf'Onof Biscayne Key the "' frank ckerer proved it her wash So etui yo I

; Jirfeain becomes the supreme power. It isw missing in action over Normandy in July, arrived to Key West today He

.: j4y a question of time before the House 1944. came dub here on LD'rItation"lf the Rotary ;
to inspect local palm I
:= _*f Lords will I lose the right to delay passage This poignant optimism which we trees that are infected with funj I j 1 a 1.

2 : of legislation for twelve months.. This hope, will be rewarded! b)" new of the wa that hi. killed many trees m te

-:. fcs a step designed to make possible the missing aviator. Xo doubt, there are hun- Key West.Mis

eajr translation of the popular will as ex- died: of persons in the United States Sturley Decker formerly

a pressed in election;, in legit lation. parents who have mourned the loi"s of a of Key West,'now of New York, is

7 s One may wonder whether the Brit:h son in war-who fctill harbor the hope MsitiBg Miss Mary Falk. j r so 1f i e
b -
b _
:. do not need some check or balance on the that, after all, the boy will somehow re- The Room Mothers of the'Jun -- '

power of the house of Commons. It should turn. ior-Senior High School wilt ire t Ssom rJ bc'S oe

-.. b* understood that the British have no There is nothing that sympathetic! Friday alteraooo, October 1. jQ SI.'OS ,.;;. rfPJ'J
the borne of Mrs Jeff Knigt.t, \ g);>fR
+ written Constitution and Tiendr can do to relieve the .... f r
consequently, no grief and w e 1209 Washington street ..jT\ S1.
'"" e HtrU to declare acts of Parjiment. would not \ 15 k: !
; invalid, for a moment interfere withthe xwtf.. t.rO
: Whatever meafcureu the majority of the constant: faith tlf these parent It is editorial Today The paragraph Citizen. says: in an \ 4'_ .... try w..fS -

.. Bourse of Commons approve, becomes the nice to think that all brave i
who .znrewtI
men, die I I prapag nda is the dope sent j ji .>h -:.-.
: .law of the land. for their country "come home." i out by the other side." j

.: TLc situation might arise: in which the ... ,

:.: I Jf! legal of Isis obliga-part
:? would pass very drastic lkg Jlation.!; This rusty. Slight even have holes eventually. tntethough it ts customary to.' -- I
':, would.. be Ill-advised because: tremendous do so. I! M

e: rhangM In laws or customs ehoul-j! )be attempted Travel 'by plane is increasing and will I ( ,

only when overwhelmingly. supertkd p. continue to increase, whether you care to : t '

=- by the people. take t/ the air or not.GANGSTERS. t, .1
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:, TIMOTHY ti i Quality }ItI

i 1 F c k M Yr Y cr Y '
: "I've tried to understand American J Jf4ttics I The 'beating s th acs t 1.4S n T .
r, of three union organizer.* L PRINTING 1 U.4- y :..-
bat have failed completely," de. and seven picket in the garment-making \

::. ,dare, Timothy Davey one of a group of I district of New York leais to fear that c its pER St1 t. S Spdi',1 --.. -;
lirHkh .
Bchob< NEW
boy who are there ."
visiting I be a resurgent of racket-rule I WtERt3a -
the United State.,.
in the indulStr)'.

Timothy need not be unnecessarily: f. The City's law enforcement agencies'
:. di. .d. There I ,
courar- are millions
of went into "
people action assigning twelve extra
In the United States who have also tried i j| detectives. and fifty patrolmen to the scenegae AU booster Types. .of. 51.Au.nouncements ..,. r C.Ig.t.-a'.t..N.rtteet c..faay'' ........., Super Suds N

.h understand, American .
politics but hate and assurance to the union leader .
.bkewlae bUd completely. I Direct Hail Cir- )' DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK
that the 'II
would stamp out "fctrong-arm s eulerspd.tadHa. .. TI"DIDAV "
I i methods.: +- at LOWr I dyad doa't",, f..d.that new Super Sods with Pjray wastes: % 4 Wl
We I
s are stjll waiting for that While EST :
epochJlulJdRM some people think that PRICES' III
may old doilies .
:. etea jeer nener-looUng-jt es you the better than
picture that Sunshine
we see ad- the of racketeering in the
j resurgence garment -
:. vedled BO often under so _whitest.. brightest wash yoa ever !had!
many names. industry is a matter that concerns i for
getting wash
I i i .
wr; the City of New York alone, the fight being ii I
Mod people are hunting excuse for made to prevent a resurgence of gangs- i THE ARTMAN PRESS Just send your opened package of new Super Sods to CofgatePalmolite WHITE and BRIGHT!
t i -"Peet, Jersey City New Jersey and double
ItponlDg work. That'u yourdealer's
: why
they have terism i i6
to important to American. If
every PHONE
rcjuUr price, plus postage win be refunded to you. __.
l JiYnt excu e* for not having cash .... "Pm i.a Kitftic mg.e----- silo/ ,+ 3.df q
when fetrong-arm tactics: succeed in New York, la the CITIZEN Bu.iWiDg I Offer end Dcceuber 31. make ..haldIxka .fieet-cutup MstNtet II':::,1

: they..nerd I It. *.. .. they will be tried elsewhere.: j Sad ,mall)...klMr. y"" r.rb.. tx t ra .... .ay, .-.. .......
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found I .R. CHURCHILL, ON VAC.1T10GOES SUMMING AT MONTE CARLO1r. : WILL you SMILE, ?--7.--: : to use on :my lawn-mowerwhen

1 1t -?? ... .- ... -- -t_ ., tmv_. TC .. j jS j f I started to cut the gross at"six
: I In the morning. -* "- *
t& "'*- The '-1--":'..'" I'f\ To Better Use ;
q.t. ." .....' f And ..ha did you, ; djs +
ud Lit: & ; ,1 "i
POre "So you and your neishbcr: arc i j *Sent it back and: 'told'use him to
n-.r the
devil's ; !; =
t net en speaking terms!" ; it on his wife when she start-

"No. lie sent me a of oil ed "
cad singing at eleven at. i ght.
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,-: .; -utes lufnrtnatioia for the Advertisers.
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liaise PON HRfiri M had81.ActFA1'tt P.YIII\! "
[ i .nff I Ti1'L'Aavrrtsemeet. 4 P, for C'iatfhlft adyerrh.tneate .-
r! .:\ Cihago. tStnvartabl: m advance. batnectar
this bead -.t..ernr. wltb 1"6"r as-
N=" 7 Shells Jtp- I end. Ve tBMfted in Til. Cities at e-e.t, may bare tMlZ a4.. ....
t.1fld. 1 tb rat or Ita: cord. for (*cfc SncrfUM beats chafAPd.aceLlcATlos.
lat the minimum rhari for URADLIMC
m a n n lay down the first IS. wwrJn nr too la Ktf.rtwt -o."c J".bl1<,Ano... wart
|j* to At p Americana rate for fclarhta.** Ire I? V: a he tn3>. CtUlrn otflc before It
ord. and the niininuat.>:h rg. o' U>ck ta the Biornlny or tb, '
:: : t t"i t t! t s t the tint IS ..brd U 4Sc. of "'al'fat1 +a, '
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,t 3k 1I advertlsinr l> accepted infer rb# f 75owln It 'rnnditloaS: In the
9- tf i Treat of -rrur in adr.rtic1ax: traastvnt itr e'1itraet. The CUIsen will t..
r< T.jI I revpoDsUile only for the flrct nertionvlB ttatfW .-
ti ...: a dr-e11dae a>ul 'a
UUptar .<..rtuln* for onljr; the actual' moua.:;;.f syacd vccu[>ieU br tile
'i oar .f the .drerttsuient where tie error occurs.a I

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HIS SWIM FINISHED Winston Ck nciil1. Brita ins wartime prime miniiter. picks bis way toward 'i| RENT APARTMENTS 1 a: ',FOR' SALE

J the bath>> (lf) al MenU.Carlo. then stumbles (zi ght) in shallow water. Vacationing en the MedL i
I ttrrinrin, b. is spending bis tun* winnnii>j. phi nting and working oa his memoirs. furnished 2 1-2-room 3-ledrooro furnished 'Mac-Vrthjr

L- .- ....- Utilities furnished.apartmen"I'I. hcnv. Price. $12.000 easy
:; under 1 year sc<< !
tenrs. Johnson
t t I } & Johnson
tINmllff # IIIDIIIIIItIJ:nIDlaw1pIAGwrnuim. 915 Windsor Lane.
i j: What's .I Who Owns i 1, ..PhonieftJT octl-tf

NaC.C.S. Doing One efficiency apartment for ]
,;i I ; Gray marine engines and service.C. .
1 1I couple. Paul's Tire Shop. ,:
I at' tie The Bottom I R.'Smith.
I ocl2-3t 1| ppasite Firestone
1021 Duval Street
;; I Station
AHMED SERVICES latatt.on. ottl-lirjo
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DEFENSE FORCES j Of The Sea? I, rI ,
j II Y.M.C.A. T I Furnished apartment adults. no
PROGRAM j jIIIIIIIIIIHIIII Jackson &|uue.'Wbitebead pets. Conveniences. $65.CO.<, If ift year-size bassinette, with

and Somthatd Streets I COPENHAGEN (A>') Who 1214 Duval Street Telephone :]; hair mattre-jsj tike newt 4oldJ -

w'b illl IIIIIIIIH ||* iiimnfmffl.iBt ----..vP''IID"I IIII owns the bottom of the sea? I 1003W. i ing carriage with mattress. 16

MONDAY ,j- This question has been debated oct2-thurvsat-tues-tf;j| Rest Beach; Phone IS32-M.
:00 PJ .5:00 MONDAY: international I I
PJtf. among experts on OCt2-3tX
Writing ;
Room. Ping PonCe 1 I ':60 P.M._Juke Box Dance. law, but has now become. more 1 Furnished 2-bedroom apartment.

Pool Tables. Show-,;; ';45 Pil.--Truth or Con- prominent than ever with theBelgium I I Children accepted. $97.50 plus: Electric console sewing machine.

en. Swing Machine '5 Sequences Quiz professors PiccarJ and :. utilities. Furnished: I-bedrooaij 1 1I !; excellent condition. Beautiful

*. Show. Max Cossyns plannin to descent I apartment for couple only. $55 |i cabinet. I O.A' Poinciana Extension -
M P.Si.-a Jtl pji __ Spaniclx,:' P.J.L-Danein continued. 12,090 Test through fie ocean. I plus utilities. Phone U85-R, ; oct2-3tx
I Beginner's i A world known Danish i mornings. i
Classes i expert
7:30 P.M -Shuffl board & .
Senorita Benikies! son on"1ternati.m.aI: law, Dr. Juris sept23-30oct2-5-4tx
I Hoover
lions the vacuum cleaner. $25.00.:
patio I
Remond Gsorg Cohn of the Danish
I Instructor
Washing machine $15.00. Teie-
TUESDAY office the
; says now
I phone
11tST. FLORIDA ] .A.1d-Jb\vli8I, for Navy 1 t PrM.Little Theater needs a solution since the United: i ROOMS .
Wive", at U. S. Sub' u P Rceharssl States. Mexico Chile and this I I
Base Bowling Alleys,+:;I \ (Service personnel year alto Iceland have procloiaieithemselves rhe Stutz HoteL 410 Fieming| FOR SALE--USED CARS

00 PAL-Navy Wives. Swim. welcome to attend owners of the botto Street, has an efficiency apt !
an.: take part). i! White enamel. $%. 3.. Outside
nn*. U. S. tiara of the &?2 tram their beaches to and several sleeping rooms vacant -,
Base PooL where the mcinlmi under the Low weekly or monthly: White paint, $2.75 and $3.75 per
M P.M.-U. S. Naval Hocpiu r9. ;. .1:00 PM.HnrpiUtl Fish TIpI water suddenly slopes down from rates. octl-tf gallon. up. Sa..ft.Ii" garden

Party. I t YMCA-NCCS-Red about 609 feet under sea level ta hose $3.95. Doherty & Co, 840j
Jointly with"
,!I CrotII'I.II '
Amt'MRed 3.00) feet or more FOR RENTBUNGALOWTwo j,i Olivia Phone 159:.
.. Crotw'' ?;30 P. I.-Shufnebnard Se1 .
(2nd Tuesday 1 II It U now considered only a m.t- ort4-6t
7:00 1 sions on ) .!!-U. S. Naval Hospital.'} bedroom bungalow screened
87 .. ntrrtaine >> to ,the:I)I WX PAT. "Ye(supervised coal may be founJ ttore. Rush porch, all electric kitchen two l'.apartQieul-' gas stcve $20.
Country far a long time has been pumping land-
Wards (3rd Tuesday -. car garsgebeautifully. ; ; I anartmen'-pire electric re-
). T; Party", featuring oil from the bottom: of the CaspitsnSo scaped. No'pets: $125.00 per'mcnth frjeerawr$100.; ; Both, in real

WEDNESDAY .1 j I. Square Dan ring. to Deo. lst..then en rea- good condition. 1024 Elgin Si_ .
1:00 P.M.-11:00 PJiL': Billiards Virginia Reels and hi 1930 the first: interactions stjtial to M.ay $it,1. Paul's Tire' Phone l001. oct4-2tx
j t I Irish Reels etc. conversations on the problem .
URU Ping Pong. Writinjjj J'( Shop. : --n J i
THURSDAY: wore held. It proved impossible tareach '
Room. Sewing Ma-- 2:00 PAI.-5:00 P.M. Classes Marines motor 85 h.p. Chris-
chin,. ." '!I; i tbaspc- an un-Jer&tanJiiTj* because FOR RENT. pR LEASE (! Craft, with 2"to '1' reduction
I2:3C"" P.M. e.; L. photo, the participating nations held different -
Hospital P a t i e ntt'Fishing I gear. goof condition. Need;
graphy.9:3o tia\v> on the question how
; Two stores, suitable for office
1 Party. joint J P.M.-Dan, John Prit- far tTie sea au-i b? refaroledterritortal or other kind t>f- new manifold. Motor at Reese
0O space any
program .
Y.M-CJV. N.c.CS'-1 cha-d and his Or- waturs."It business. Apply Perez Bros. :; BroX Garage. Price $190.00.ect43t

Cross. chestra. Vocals by is difficult to state from existing Bakery 1025 White Street.
I t! the members of rules of international law octl-lf
1:00 P.M.-Naw Wives', Physical : the Theatre Group. who can be placed as the owner of Piano" heeds tuning. 530 Wil-.

Fitness Class. FRIDAY the bottom ot the sea, but I can'tsec FOR RENT..COTTAGES Bam 'Street, Phone 463W.
t. 2:00 P.MNavy Wives Club. 8:00 P.M.-Variety Ni'e how anybody can argue ; oct4-3tx
6tO P.MDoxin AND
itit Class.
Bridge. Pinochle. again claims that a certain part .
900 PJJ. .j.jCottagss
Juke Box
Dance. i
Movies. of the seab.Jtto..n cxtnding from dirt'C"tly'on i! Brand hew PONTIAC Station
THURSDAY ;I SATURDAY I I the coast belongs ta the country I and apartments i!i Wsecn.: Must sell at once.
2:00 P. Seaplane Base Pool j 'P.M.-'Town Tour" / ocean. Private beach. Apply :
I : on mainland says Dr. Cohn. Write Box R.A.W.. c/o Citizen.cept28toesthurssattf.
Navy Wives. South Beach MoteL j
photo R e n i c Key I :I,

So r 1:00 P.M.-5:00 PM. Sewing West (sign in advance I octl-tf i I ocU-! con
you Machine : NotesTree
Typewriter. I at the club.- Interesting .
Writing Room.i I RENT COTTAGES
7:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M.-Voice re- ] FOR i
cordings. trunks may be split open I AND TRAILERS
FRIDAY 1 8:15 P.M.-Movies, announced by excessively low temperatures. I
2:00 P.! .-Softball for Navy 1 I at the club. I Nicely furnished cottage: trailer j 1942 Rco semi-trailer. Perfec1.I .
I condition. $2,750. 1115 Margaret
Wives at Bayview 1 10:15 P.M.. -Second show :: The pedestal on which the Statue or comfortable sleeping rooro; j 1 -
Street oct2tx
Park. i same feature. ]{ of Liberty stands is 10 storiesi I at special "beiwocn !e3S'1n"I ; ,
2'00 'P.Mj-Prenatal Class De II SUNDAY: j i high. I rates at Young's Tourist Rest !j

., partment of Health, 9:45 A.M.-Java Club. !j 1721 Flaglcr Ave. j' FOR SALEHOUSESI
Instructor. 1 11:00 .A.M.-"Go To Church i!! The Statue of Liberty stands 1I72J.oct44. I _
e too. AJkv-5:00 P.M. Sewing : Parties." i i 12 stories high from the hem of > Waterfront home. landscaped tot

--- Machine. Typew rk. : 2:00 PJll.Classic Hour, announced her gown to the crown. GARDEN AND LAWNSUPPLIES' .I i 50 x 100 furnished, two bed-
: cr. Writing Room. 'at the i rooIItwo baths electric
.. !
Showers. Club. )! Most injuries to trees result I I j kitchen. Bargain for quick

,*0 PJiL-Dance. Orchestra 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour"'i i from frosts late in spring after Start your flowers in waterproofpaper sale. Tefms. Owner. 2313 Pal-

rJ: every other Friday, --Chaplain French!i growth has started-r early in flower pots. size 21,i ;! terson Avenue, opposite Yacht

alternating with the .' with Beatrice Moreno -i j fall. before tissues are hardened. inches. A x> waterproof boxes. I I I Club.
Whit Hat Club at the piano. I. Fresh shipment of,seeds from ,! ttuesthursU

\ Dance. I 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. Tomatoes and strawberries, the better seed co.'s just ar-
'J SATURDAY when they grow too much foli- rived. Key West Garden & i WANTED TO RENT

2:00 P.M.-Boxing Training. 'I GAME ROOM=Chinese Check-i age. lose vitamin C value. Lawn Supply Co., 914. FlemingSt
1:00 P.ll-ciOO P ,Dressing ers.' Chess Cards, Ping long I TeL 1019. oct4-tf; I 3 bedroom unfurnished house

Rooms. Showers. Pool Writing Desks. Library,I Crops that are planted inI T- i by naval officer and family.

SUNDAY I Current Magazines Various Ta- I ground that is too rich may run STORAGE j Will lease for two-year period.

10:00 AM.Communion Break .t1e Games, etc.INFORMATION. to foliage instead fruit i Call 9291 (Lt Panela or write

fast. White Hat Club DESKTennis 1! Ked Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor l Box F.P., c/o Citizen Office

U. S. Naval Bade Rackets, Golf Club Fishing!i Commercial potash deposits in commercial. Phone 798. j oct4-3tx

(2nd Sunday). j -ines. Cameras Checking Service the United States are believed octl-tf[|

1:00 P.M.-Picnic at Swimming, Film Service. Mailing and to be adequate for several gener Two. Three or Four Unfurnished

Pool, Wiener Roast Wrapping Packages. Receiving ations. MISCELLANEOUS Apartment or small House.

: (sign up in advance). Messages Stamps, Railway Ex- Bath. Call Phone 1063.

j >ro6s Service. Many thousand of tons of jade Washers irons, vacuums and j I ort3-Stx

Information and housing services SHOWERS.TELEPHONE. are estimated to be deposited in I fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone j
city maps.Religious BOOTHS. I Wyoming, California and Ala-ska. 1164-M. octl-tf!; HOME NURSERIES'

i iSuds literature, library LESLEIGH DAVIS, j i -
telephone, stamps wrapping and Director China for untold centuries has FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Home au>;sery. .Monday* through
mailing package, railway express GERALD PINDER, j been a center of jade carving SatuEdal.' LncUiduof lunch. $1
service, laundry pick-up- Program Director. and trade. Overseas Hotel, low ratc-3. Coffee per daV? Children fror" 1 to 5.

available to all defense forces LILLIAN WEAVER i shop. bar. oct2-26t t 813 Duval Street oct2-6tr
Jade colors deep
and.their families. Secretary. varyfrom 1- -_" -- - -

MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, I DQREEN CRUZ. i green or black to pure milk -- .
4< Executive Secretary. Desk Aide. t :white; or cream tinted, with rarer -

MISS HILDA CASTILLO .hums 01 yellow- red, mauve, and For QUALITY FLOORS It's
mottled. ,

Jade: takes a silky, oil smooth Inlaid Linoleum
1l WILL YOU SMILE? Mother i finish when polished.

itSunshine' ( 1 1.CI Feminine Understood With the opening of Foreign Kentile
San Fran-
I Trade Zone No. 3 at
cisco. California the U. S. for Asphalt Tile

Prerogative I George," said Mrs. Lovely, the first time'has a free port ..
to her husband, "I have received area on each coastOregon's
a letter from mother saying she New Color and Pattern for.&very.Roamin
Five-y ar-old Sue was help- invitation to Coos Bay leads all '
ig wash is not accepting our the Home
Ing" her daddy at his work benchIn visit J AS. and paying we do not ports in timber export

BRIGHT! ,. the basement Finally he tire i if appear to want b
her incessant chatter and questions. ske mean by that? I asked you Grand Coulee Dam bulks as .. FREE ESTIMATES 2
to write and tell her to come at the largest structure ever built .
nil ed.tad .. table and he naked her to be
Super W. at You
,. Ie.u... !apes ",M quiet for a little while. her own didn't convenience.?" by man. Key West Floor YeCo.
ad oak ..hue aa4 k.apd wrote you
r..rp to "don't have to be quiet" she "Yes" eaid George "but-er- Idaho's Grand Canyon of the

.'- Rated.. impatiently. Tm a wo- I couldn't spell the word 'con- Snake River is the deepest gorgein 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Shuts PHONE 1454

.- Ia&A., --. veniently,' so I made it .r :ik..** North America. _

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The Citizen Office-SI

Phones: Residence-262-R ''* i
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r Key West High School Sophomore I

: Pays 'Tribute to Band And Chorus I 4 i

; For Concert Last Friday Night I

: :. Last Friday night the Key West The Lord's- Prayer- an impressive tii'

9 .. High School Band under the ][!piece by Galbraith. Out of the I ijl
leadership of Earl Dillon, showed j[I Silence and a delightful and difficult -,-::.:;; ijli i
song by Enders called Rus- ; ,
iUelf an organization to be reck- j I sian Picnic with actual verses ""

:-. oned with. The concert from beginning ( sung in Russian' and a soprano ." .,s":.; :
to end was one of those j!i solo by a modest young lady (who '.
: pof-askw when an audience is ;i I needn't be) Eileen Speer. Then 00=0, -- ..--- ..? :..
filled with a sense .of mutual''' 'r- .
came the intermission with cold -::
achievement with those who were drinks in the hall. .:

.. performing. For the audience was I''I Then the band returned to the '"- t.-0.srz,"., ,
made of proud and >
up parents stage playing Karl King's spiri- :
other civic-minded citizens of Key ted march "Night Flight." Then >. Wu
West, who had never heard a stu- came a clever Novelty, "Listen to

dent concert anywhere any better the Drummers" with Ray Sesa GOV. J. STROM THURMOND of South Carolina. States Rights candidate for,prtsIdenJ stow

than what Key West High pre- front and center, giving a most wifa a copy of the Virginia Declaration of Rights above the fireplace in Gunsten HaD in Fail k. sI

sented Kir. Dillon that night started the concert impressive art.exhibition Following of that thedrummer's county. Virginia. near Washington. The home was built in 1758 by Ceorge Mason author ai
Thurmond the document the basis for the Declaration of Independ! i
with a spectacular entrance of the came the saxophone section with says was
band, led by Drum Major John two pieces "Le Desire" and "Pop and the Bill of Rights.

Dillon and Drum Majorettes Ann Goes the Weasel," the latter clev- !
Yates, Edna Romaguera, Majorie erly arranged by Earl Dillon.
Fields and Anita Esperdy. Baton I After that came "Little Nelly TRUMAN RETURNS, TO CAPITAL FROM 8,300-MILE CAMPAIGN TOjfflj
twirling with all the trimmingsled Kelly," George M. Cohan's beloved -
to the playing of the Star old favorite, which was givena i
Spangled Banner in thrilling fash- fine and lengthy treatment,
ion. From that time the program bringing back fond memories to

,, went into full swing, with never many of the listeners. The last ; !
a dull moment. Compositions number in conventionally spirited
played were: march time was Karl King's "Gal- S
March, "United Nations," Karl lant Marines."

Kin Last, but definitely not least, r-
Overture, "American Youth," were the fine accompaniment SIs
W.. E. M. Pettee. |played by Mrs. Goldsmith, wife of
Novelty, "Brasses to the Front," i the new principal It is fervently S
C. H. Leanard. !l I hoped that we will all hear more
March, "Liberty Fleet", Carl lof her playing from time to time
King. i 1 Orchids again to Earl Dillon

Fantasia, "A Darkey's Dreamland !I'and Miss Majorie Coburn fur your
x i
," T. Bidgood. I inspiring work. Thanks to Mr P-
Then to add variety the High {Goldsmith and the nice thing L .
School Chorus under the excellent i he had to say about the faculty ol
direction of Miss Majorie Coburn, "{Key West High, and the peoplt
a young lady who seems just as ,of Key West. It looks like we are
determined as Mr. Dillon to give i< off to a good strat
other Florida cities serious musical CLAY WHITE,
competition sang a beautiful J Sophomore, 'A Sa
rendition of Mallette's immortal: Key West High School. V

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Shirley Nelson Catawba Indians

,. Had Thirteenth -
Get New Homes s Wlt' i

Birthday Party ROCK HILL, S. C.-(3t--- FROM HIS CAR AT RIGHT. President Truman addresses crowd upon his return to W, } .j

Miss Shirley .Rose Nelson, j Brighter days are ahead for a'!' Saturday from 8/GO-mHe cross-country campaign xour. aign at lilt describes Truman as
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John!once-powerful, now almost defunct I Man". The President told the crowd. "I have just berm to fight.

Nelson, 1100 Virginia.street,|entertained Indian tribe, the Cataw- : _.!._ _. __ 1. .
over 50 fiends WI-a I bas. Tribe members are moving I : 1 ; .. -
weiner roast Saturday evening;'qt. from their weatherbeaten hutson t AUBURN HEAD I II Who Knows? WILLOU SUILK-
celebration her 13th birthday. j 600 acres of worn<1Ut land _
Party games were played 'and along the banks of the Catawba r
refreshments served in the back j: river into brand new cottages on 1. Who said" "I came I saw, I It All Depends

:yard. i i 3,600 acres of fertile land near conquered?
here. 2.'hat was Woodrow Wilson'sactual '
first name? Auto Examiner: "Do you
i The with transfer
change came
Garden Club Will of i, the Indians two years ago from 3. How much will have been what it ream if a driver ;
state to federal government su- given away on radio shows by a hand"
Meet ThursdayThe I: pervision. State supervision was a the end of 1948? I Applicant: "Well if it's a
l hangover from a peace treaty be- 4. Who originated macaroni? man, it meant she im IDIIIII Its
Key West Garden Club'willmeet tween the state and the tribe 5. How many keys are thereon I right or left, shake the
Thursday, October 7, at 8:00 made almost 150 years ago. The a standard piano? her cigarette or revert ar s
p.m. in the Woman's Club build- i Catawba nation lists 360 surviving 6. Name the Berlin airport t or she's pointing to a hat i 4 .
ing, Duval street President Mrs. t members who are being moved used by the U. S. air lift |admiring her ring er-'
W. R. Warren, announced ester- ; as they apply for lana in the 7. Who declared. "I would I I I Examiner: .YftII and X
day. new federally-supervised area. rather be right than President?" }'man?"

Fifty-seven of the tribe's 92 8. Where is Wright Field? 1 Applicant "Why he's
Calendar Of known families have made appli- 9. President Truman recently waving at a woman"
cation for tracts of land ranging iedicated an airport on the East !

Coining Events from one to 50 acres and othersare Coast Identify it
planning to apply. Many al- 10. Who ordered "Don't give
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5- 1 ready have moved. The land is i up the ship."

free and tax but the ,
exempt. new
Rainbow Girls meet at 4 P.M. l I
homes must be paid for by the Refe iiees distress of MONTHlY,.
I families f
taking them.
Tr May oU.
Only 25 for the Cataw bas are FEMALECOMPLAINTS Sri
Smuggling i i classified by the federal Indian ALL VITAMINS

I I service as full-blooded. And only kso o (9 U r e use 19 bares
Won Honor four, including retired Chief Sam a tridoa. plan L vez tad irefc
I Blue, still speak the Catawba lan-
For I guage. Most of the adults have Are female yon functional troubled periodic by distrust disturb of 72't' 12.39 a ;F 3 Lr w
JeffersonFLORENCE jobs in textile mills nearby while : Photo I since*? Does this make you suffer $7.95GARDNER'S
: : : ::
feel ,
i their children attend white I from such pain time? Then ao nervous no try Lytlia tiredat E.
S. C. A
smug-(I schools here and in other school B. Plnfcbam's Vegetable Compound to
gling job on rice, gained Thomas districts. (above) has been elected relieve such symptoms. PinlLhaxa's PHARMACY
Jefferson an honorary membership pl'elii.1 has grand soothing effect on one 1114 Division St, Cor. Vveta
dent of Alabama of tM na*'.matt important MI14Ul
in the
Agricultural Societyof Institute (Auburn). He 1
LYDIA aIItIIW i'ScoIpo .
South Carolina. Attorney W. i The Answers a. ... 1
been serving,as acting presi- -
Marshall Bridges, a student, ofJefferson's -
I dent of school for more thana .
1. Julius Caesar.
life reports that the 1d11IUUllllllllll1111111111U111III1i11l1111IIhIf i IItIIIIIhIi111111111111..
1787 ambassador to Great Britain i 2. Thomas. year. following the death of
found rice there superior to I 3. An estimated $7,000,000. Dr. L. N. Duncan. Election of

that grown in South Carolina. 4. The Chinese. Draughon. 49 was announcedby The MAXWELL CO. Iou
He looked into the matter and I 5. 88. the board of trustees. ,
found that the superiority de- 6. Tempelhof. -- ---
rived from the rice, grown in I 7. Henry Clay in 1830. Specializing in ,

Piedmont, Italy being of a different I j 9.3. New Dayton.York Ohio.International Air- Can't Sit \ all Types oft
strain than that grown in
the United States. In one of his*port. PINWORMS CAUSE FIDGETINGAND Hotel Rcslaurant
10. Capt. James Lawrence, in /f" + |
notebooks Jefferson wrote that 1 THAT AWFUL ITCH
the War of 1312.
an Italian muleteer "will smug- One of the warning siena of Fin-Worms t )o. and Car j jEquipment
gle a sack of rough rice for me a naCEinz rectal itch which often causes -
The Oregon Territory was a I fidgeting and broken deep, and may lead f
to Genoa: it being death to ex- mammoth area from which the,. to even more serious distress. \ 1"n /J
It is to put with _
port it in that form. The no necessary BP r
smug- states of Oregon, WashingtonIdaho the trouble caused By Fm-Wornu. bccauwscience I a \
gler was successful, and the new and of has at last found a way to lick
I Wyoming,
acre stubborn pets easily and aftl7.
rice thrived in this In
country. arid Montana were later carved. Get JATNE'S P-W atthe fintsicn cf Pin. _
recognition Marshall says, Jefferson I 'Worm P-W i3 a roedkaUj sound te ..t- )
t. I, Kent based on an ofSeiaEy re was accorded the mem- i Mosses are believed to have c'coent which ha proved very cfTcctiTe in We are now in the position to serve your needs with uy

bership. { been among the first forms of dealing P-W tablets with act this in ugly a special icfrctiua.war tu The destroy jcaallI I type of equipment you may need.
5 plant life on earth. l'iA-Worms. P-W meanj Fia-Woraa rvkTtiBALL
:More than $12 worth of fuel is i -- We can fully equip restaurants with alt necessary requirements

I wasted annually by the average which include .
farm tractor owned in the United i iII ,
States. according to surveyo.ASTHMA ii O GLASSWARE O DISHES 9 SILVER


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New hope for relief from asthma paroxysms =
Is seen today in reports of success with r -. ;= .,- I Th MAXWELL CO.
S palliative formula which acts to relieve Inc.
congestion. Men aid womfa uno foreierly .
suffered with dread Coughine. chcking WRITES TO 1 YEARS WITHOUT REFILLING i i Furniture and
wbenmc' aithma 4.t3'k TI"W tell of fcfeaseilRlief _.. Furnishings
Pi sad S emtiUc bearer the fs .ati..aily
Title es4 M wily .
af-er using it., PROMETIN. cast f J. bute.nrtd.rinZ LJ P..rless __ b N .....t t3S.1 .a.e/, S..tb-Roo., ereeis.dwsae. PHONE i82
rcsulta this i tot expensive.momiU .. Ca.', .,rata. e s Irkfn.taat drri.sMak... C t. S earb.e I S
to only a few reamer Tf &>-' | PJ iea. Ssurt .streamlined:*tie-b.rtvl. st.l esa. L.*ks like a S13.M pen. a
if Caution KId -us* only as directed.) PROMETIN S e>. Tear wrxua. ......t... Mail ww BUWl lid aU.. UUIJT Sapply ... 909 Fleming Street. Corner Margaret St. Key Nest FT*.
with strict laoney-back. cuaranu* b> 3 limilec. Ask fir reerksm n* aV Hi
Central Pilar....,. t'01'..Uhilr A. t'
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BENNY'S ',,,, TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY IT"11"1 s and csrtata tbt product is doubt*r as Mrrte to:wbare* L fHS1D1RECTORYWIIJ.! WILL DIRECT YOU 1 ''I

: Motor Court : : : ..............s.............................1 ......a., ....... .................................e.e..........a i
718 DUVAL STREET PHONE: 1000 ... : -1

1 : 909 Ownership.Simonton Management Street :: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS S: :.. If It is LiUCiritai TO WE REPAIR SELL 1T ITI\| .:. .. POOR! OLD CRAIGService i 'J

.j I Of BENNY FERNANDEZ 5 : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Call For and Deliver .i WHITE STARCLEANERS Station

WILL S SEE OURSHOWING Electrical I : SO Years' Experience la Electrical Work ; : :
RE OPEN of Appliancesf = : J. 1'. BRADY. Manager PliOflZ! I1Uv : .

SOON ..................................e a.......... I .L.LcCu1211, Duval Street .: 'Marco M.... Jr. Prop. ; :.- Frsacia std DirtaUa Stx..t. z, :
J : .... f : ... ffe .. e. .. : ELECTRICTELEPHONE 41 : .701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries .. Auto Accessories: s ..:
SiI The Best of i f. :. 122 SIMONTON' STREET : "Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE Deafer* :
HOME SUNDRY STORE !. -------------------_.-.---------.--------------. ,
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t :: Tempting PIES will Fresh be aavilable FRUIT ; S: "Your Potronaga Invited :a PRITCHARD i RUSSELL'S: : :. 24-HOUR and Frosting SERVICE :: i Body and Fender Repairing i

shortly at BENNY'S : : Ice Cream Medicin FUNERAL I : Free Pick-Up and : : :
: MOTOR COURTeeeeeeeeeeeee. Proprietary ; DRY GOODS : Delivery Service: : AUTO PAINTING ':

........... Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : SUITS for MEN. : : COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE :
: Toilet Preparations and Articles ; HOMELet :: : HOC OLIVIA STREET : and WOMEN ;
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:I :: FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County STREET Dittributors for : :: BETRAYED A TRUST- : Women's awl a 4 GLAMOROUS? : \, 3
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:. 720 DUVAL STREET :. Carrier Air-Conditioning i : Get Set For Fall With The New.. : !I }

Ambulance ServiceTeleIphoize Children'sApparel W-' .-.. deb-u-curl :
: Products : for Domestic and Commercial Use : '"
: : S33 -- PHONES: 8150 548 : Funeral Service _t' Cold Wave Permanent : to.

In_ }1. :. Delaware Covering Plastic Floor :. ...Y................e..................t........: : Never Sleeps : : : Established IBIS : V 1 A soft natural! looking pcnasnesA :

: Clopay Fiber Venetian : .......................................f......... :..............a..a..,,, .. : :/> that will Civc you- that :
Blinds: .. ..... ....e.....a........e. teeeeeeeeeeeeeee. : Licensed Funeral S 1 NEW LOOK anjou *''''.** $10CAROLYN ... \.:
: s Luggage. Appliances. : .. : Directors and : 'AN the Glamour Gal
0 Radios of the New Season ,
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J. A MYERS : Euibaluiers24Hour : IJ
: M-ge* and Mohawk : : e p.eiallNS I. .......,..,t:'T _
..: : Axminsler Rugs S isTlLI\k TITI -
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Licensed .... Insured : :. : I Make Your nl A'U !OC'Lr T""T-'T" ,
,, : E-Z Terms : S l lN :
: Ambulance : Appointment BEAUTY ..: "
: OPEN TILL 3:00 P.M.. :
...................... 1 : ServiceS : Te1. 175 Overseas Hotel 919 Hernia* St.'
Telephone 9127. 114 Duval Street Jefferson Hotel : :. 135 Night 696 : : DONALD BARBER :

;t ..)..............e.... J. Douglas! ] Trevor e..............e.a................a.........: ............- Sa..._..................._._.........>.....................................eeeeeeeeeSTELL'S ........
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Ae. Key West Fla. : : s..eltsaaas.s
Electric :

: Passenger : e PHONE 1374-R : :. li1\\YJ\ &1 ftIUT Ranges : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. : Scientific Beauty Culture : J 1

Represents Uva : : Refrigerators Disposal and Electrical Appliances : : in All] Branches .

ierFLORIDA ,: \A rb C7TU)W .. : Wa Iti"ri Machines\ for Iiumciliale Delivery : i :: Thoroughly Operators Experienced : :. .i

1 : EAST .......................................f........' HOME APPLIANCE : CONCH SHELLS : Soft Water U: d ExdiulTaly : 1
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l : COAST RAILWAY ...........eeeeeeeeeeeei ..............,........... : 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 AUSUea__ ;. :. Phone 637 536 Fleming St. / :. '
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.ow Located Next : Save 20% : ...e..fef..........S........a.a.......s ee..e*..a...*.*a.e*.t. COCOANUTS .......................e.........eeeeeeeeeefee ,
t on dwellings Fire i Insurance : Former Customers, Friends a.1dhe Public Invtted .
DR. COBO'S nwrc a n t i 1 ebldgs. Landscaping Marl\ and Top Soil SPONGES '
t house by INSURING with :: Frances Beauty.Salon !
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'" i : : hold and personal Atlantic Mutual t ( Fire I Insurance Cc. : : 7OP SOIL. $6.50 PER: YARD or'l.OO PER SACK ; : Frances Park. Owner :
t : FLEMING STREETRear : effects. S MARL HAULED.S5.00 for 4 YARDS ; .Will Ship to Any Part STREET.
: AU Policies Non-AsseMable : 1010 CR1NNELL :
I' : of La Coach Hotel S Save 15% on : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very ReasonableJEFFERSON e of US. or Canada
MercantileStock L. Crusoe Phone 674 : : Uoauly Culture in all its Phases : ij
/ Agt. : Marcy S. ,
PHONE 124eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : : :
't ltil 1021 Olivia SI. : Tr ateanU
.S .................................e.....f......e.e. : 0 Vi 1tI ItIH PITONS 801 ; : Rear 401 South St. : f Facials Permanents. Shampoo Scalp;-'Mfifflicurfeg ;: t\ 1'

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.eeeeeeeeeeeeee***.. .a. a. a a. eaea5 .............iVeVeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiMARION'S
I B.&B. CYCLE SHOP COFFEE SHOP ; eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeREAL 1S

Ride the Bus to the ;i : 113 DUVAL STREET S ESTATE rM

T : GOLF COURSE ; r 122 Fleming! St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : Open Daily and, Sunday : : : CAYO HUESO t. :

S Cushman Motor\ Scooters e: :: 5 P.M. to 1 A.M.. :: Appraiul Sale BEAUTY SALONSouthernmost
: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; :. Uinners 'f fi Lease in the U.s.A.House
' Also A La Carte end Sandwiches : Rental : 1400 DUVAL STREETSpecializing ,3s .

it"I:'Ur: RIDE AWAY. : ...............REASONABLE...e....e...PRICES...e..-....-.-..-.-.t.-e: : .Management : In ., ... lS
1- TAKE ; : .. @JJInwz ......................f...................... :. Improved and VacantProperties Hair COLORING r f} t
"I ., : i iS ., la Key West : Permanent WAVING e 4
BUS i t' and Monroe County Hair CUTTING
; Styling
to the 3I How yot can rid* n conoinlcml ; -
; / Cusbman Motor Scooter : J. OTTO S Slenderizing
. : GOLFr t / while paying fat it. and the WIND, AUTO BONDS : KIRCHIIEINERREALTOR Spot REDUCING : t
: LINKS t 7' money you tar over other ; ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; :' : : Mechanical MASSAGE I ;
methods of transportation pays
r : for e Cuihman. Com In for Key VI est Insurance ( : Ill Fleming Street : Open Moo.. Wed.. b FrL r I
: Hove Fun!' : be* Information o. : 911 WhItehead Street ; Cnn Appointments ... !
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : 31 S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 : : Phones 124 and 73S-H S Are Necessary I , .
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: West Jewelery Co. : Our Customers Must B. : -
K :. JEWELRY We Buy DIAMONDS or WHAT and ; Satisfied ,i1I: : I44 t :: 518, SOUTHARD: LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM :,

:'y : HAVE YOU! See Dan!! ; 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 a : STREET
I 1 SW lrar.. of r..ry t:.- /;/ the Distinctive Burgittuly
}rriBr. mlatrh M.kl OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : Opposite Bus Station .
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l Jr rlr >l nufaciHrp Installations and Repairs
., ; lag ana iaalifir n). .v n...ure f I ........*.*.................. ..................... ? Pint Package at .
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17 *r :2lJrwrL lafinitrr ,
t e.rr I. alga) Iraaraateed... REQUEST ; : SUNDRY
: -lrL.Me repair. _'.11.all|... Lladd(.1.....w...( : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Call Us and Bo Satisfied : -THE- :
J .. ...... .re..p. .M el.. : : S2S DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112"We ; PorterAllenCompany 1
r mt oar Kprrialiiriufrrtlrr Medicines :
"ilia i. :21 haurK.. .. : : Deliver ;: Phones 781 and 229-W : Magazines, Proprietary ,
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&Best Drinks and Coldest Deer in Town : : School Supplies S
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: : 3 Packaged Goods : 512 MARGARET STREET :
5132* Fleming' St. : ............ :...........f.....e....................... .. ................ : :
S :. Ju-t IrounU the (ururr : .......... ::::::::::::::::::::::...... .................. .eaa r... ..; WILLIAM: at WINDSOR LANE
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When You
:. HIviIngj Raising Sharing //o*e3, Garages, : : Under the New Ownership sod Management :
\\ Food Shopping PLUMBING\ : :
: : 9 : : Boats or What Hare Yon : : of OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN

Be Sure to Get .. : BONDED: and) LICENSED: :: Distinctive' Gifts For All' Occasions I

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

: All Work Guaranteed '' t1 :: : Corner Wbitehead and Caroline Streets Phone 171 :

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::: ; O Repair O' Senage ; : t B USE: YOUR CREDIT: W1 : .CASA CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET ,

: Foundation of Today's : Men. Ladies'and Children's Wear : Specializing in Spanish Food & Short Orders ;

Mimi Planning : : .Prompt Reliable! : : Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads : DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquette Crawfish :
i :1 .. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Corral. Mgr and Owner ,
: RALPH rAlLALDO mon PI ; PHONE I i HAMILTON\ MERCANTILE CO : : Open Daily 7 A. I..2 P.M. anll 5 P.M.-12 31. :
: Allot Spat ..
Ee7 : St. Neu Cor. Angela St. Phone 1512 ; WE ARE SMALL-BUT WHAT rooo Hf .
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: tftraMtfj*"U eaatar : ,_.: .. ;-.:: NUl'' K; i ,
..*ea. *...=k>_a .mat.third.ta.1.Ott w1.. 21 |I man stopped in front of him But*we gotta 'give "un a trial. ; u.T.E '
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'wa Msr. COKBIN the smile looked at him and for don't we? j ilc
TED smiled Ted to become aware of his Corbin scoffed openly. / :.t4 M 1

t of a man who is pleased with presence. Corbin settled himself Why sbould the county hafta \ vita. ..,......
-oa. 4 THtOl'GH OCT. 8U 1 things. It was an_expansive smile against the framework of the pay out good money t' hang s" a..
t....... !i I, and a stranger eying him for the door, found the man standing in Akers when it could be done f'r j I#-M1.K .
1/-RI..y..n N. T._be +i. first tine would 'doubtless have I front of hinx; nothing, huh?" i r. I ttv
r M..klaat$ 1 : "O-h," Corbin said. "Didn'tsee "You got somethin' there, Ted.Somethin' .
*$*-..*r.,.r* F.W.-t1. been deceived by the Corbin you come along, Dan." worth thinkin' about i ......K
fw-11.. ........"-... smile and attributed to him all "Wpndered when you were! \ ...,... ".- r7-e } '...+ : aP' 1t.Y, *e+It a ..,1 W.hI...
tl.b I.... .....- A1. I the. virtues that began with gonna notice me," he replied. too.OORBIN w .w .i r., FLM- v : a ", IMkR.
"; :a 'Don't know that I ever saw< -.....
1' Tu.-E st-N: tolerance and 'patience and Ted you straightened up so : .
: ioIW"Ih ri Iwaaa-.b.. lookin' so doggoned pleased with *- suddenly that Dan jerked I .
--., .1 _.I&-sb.' I Cochin was neither tolerant nor y'self, Ted." back. 4" ... .
tD' patient Ever since;' he could remember Corbin grinned broadly. "Listen l' meCorbin said. w.
::JJ; a af; u locked t ; ... > .' t, .. .
had "Know who
the Corbln 'credo they got : up Dan relaxed "I went outa'my ] ww.
'\4-ao-e_ '..c.. been one of taking what a Cor- down at the Sheriff'* place he way one day t' try and do that iS .,....-.m..
sr1.: I.
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{ bin wanted and when a Corbin asked. young polecat a good turn. 1 .: -k." '* r .
..ft.rI -._ I wanted it. "Yeah, sure?: Pan said quickly. didn't batty do it, but I did anyf f { : : (. .f IS y.q ..
I "!:.';-; Tr.r Wr "bte This night Ted Corbin was -re s Akers' boy." way. Jiggered he was up against :: : : : .. ", I .g
awnb NaI-r--.1b k .
particularly pleased; with things Corbin nodded grimly.He it same as ol" Tex was sa I rode I to
U.-W.,4.! aid ..HJe-ebe ain't been a f'r a longtime out t' the Circle-A and started t' "
had had boy
zits awn .tHalt .ac1IIb. I even though he no part : 6 .
f-yrM in creating this pleasant situation. he said curtly.) He's a no- make him an offer fr the spread ". : Mwdk
C"'ltawr O.-m.Ue r-Bb lie was gloating over the fact good killer, that' what he is." Y'know what thanks I got?" \.- '"' .. .. '. .. .,. .. '" /'? ; Met"IaIr-eM that George Akers was languishing "Understand Buck LoomIs got. "Nope." ;: : ..-s N
4J..s far s IhrsobsI behind bars in the back room 'im dead t' rights. That right That young squirt told me t' i '. < '
I .SNa rhb. r. at-ban.-abt of the Sheriff office. He had Dan asked. get off the place and t' stay off" : :; \ ..rt ( -. wr45la
: Hip dr? ... : never forgotten the beating he '"There was nothing to It," Dan's eyes widened in surprise. : -
% -
ar *- !* Corbin asserted. "Akers needed "
ii*<-l..... B. bet.4-ab. bad received! at the youth's hands, "On the level? $
-...... Ikas ah.wmb.leis'Tbe and now the knowledge that dough and. he needed it pronto. Cbrbin nodded gravely. ef
lUuaa Psrtr-ebt y I George was in serious\ trouble When Snediker made 'm oil offer "Now, c'n you blame me fr I f a
: gave him a tremendous sense of f'r some o' his cattle, Akers feelin about him the way I do?" 1 I. tl
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= "
iar'i4 satisfaction.;: But the fad that he turned it down. Why OD' because "No!
=\ftIa.r Take AUHmir -b. bad had no hand: in creating the he had another way, o' Corbin slapped him on the
a e-It.1 nos..., Pa"-eM trouble irked him despite his gettin' Snediker'ft -dough and back. r yrbw
K111 hr-M4 sad wat mb.oO rrputa. 1 hr. smile he was annoyed and the without bavin' to give up a sin "Go on inside Dan he said( ,
> longer he reflected,'the more annoyed gle head o' hia .cattle. He made' "and tell Murphy I said to set up I. M 'yt- ,
he became. What, he asked out like Snediker wasn't-offerin a bottle f r you." i
himself, could, he do to increase him enough,.then when Snediker .Dan Caldwell brightened. ib "'aWer e..t'x y.t .
the depth of Akers' difficulties? left this young polecat hustled ', 'Gee. Ted, that's swell o' you. i
NETWORK PROGRAMS away, circled around John way Thanks feller." I
There was still another reason ..:. M4
Tune .. ...t_atanJartf.. ,......u.. for the smile .on Corbin's face. laid him and killed him.- That'sall "Forget it." < ; x 0 s. ..
h la
trat subtract r. *
there was to it. It was an Corbinr watched him stride ,
This in. '
me..taM. .u..ard subtract twe i was a purely personal rea- 4 e arc' N
"> **-. tm tacal .tat..... ckaiiga. son and every now and.. then open-and-shut: case if ever I saw him head directly for the !
*>*vr .* "Ur is tit local. ac........... I Corbin turned his head and I II heard o* one and Buck snappedit bar after a minute he sauntered 1. .. x
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.Loot.* be _.t......ragr. t iftng can I looked: inside, eyed Gay behindI i iI shut right smack in Akers' inside, too. He stopped at 1 AL'st.l lu
I the cash counter, and the 'smile face. the counter. Gay looked up. Cor wea'
on his face deepened. Women I' "I didn't have the hull story. bin smiled down at her. a
TUESDAY ocioiER s had always occupied positions of "You have it now," Corbin said "Know" what time it is, young I r, r r---
lf.ainflMw importance in the lives of the i grimly. "Like I said b'fore Akersu lady? he asked. :
Raawrt 11 Ilia.-mboC Corbin men-::olk and Ted was noexception. : low-down, like a snake. And I "Wh-y. no. Is it is it very
,L.Ya ..ry U..yebeIt He was certain of one : know I don't hafta tell you whatt' late?" I
{... ....$ I' I thing and that was that no Cor do with a snake, Dan." r "Nearly ten" Corbin answered. i .,
lddla.. .Krr.p.atla1.c<> "r.) '-.. -.watY51..t -.MtItevr bin had ever had as pretty a wo- "Kill 'ira right off." "Get your coat You're going II I '-
.1I it, f' 1; a1d.M.ete Time-nbe coveted Gay from the very first "-Wa-al.. Jie lawll'fix 'im. the wrong impression o' me, '
TIIk Ma cbe time hs had seen her now, "Yeah, sure, but that costs "specially on your first night?" I M
1;4i-IIC....... t.. Tllree-II'' '
without Gay .
t any effort on his part, money, your money.and mine. It laughed softly."I
lAvcM keraai IIt-cbtl
t Trfie-giiaaiir Ob-hPUt nbebuleTfca / she was his. Life, indeed, he costs real dough t' put .on.a trial love it here. It's so exciting. 1
g .lab iklt-cba. mused! could be wonderful and taxes are doggoned high as He nodded understandingly
I N..a 'M CMnmeBtary-aba and for the moment it was. ACommission they are without addin'< ( to 'em." (T. be continued, 1 V.
twain "r.I -mba
I 1'Na-r:;... ad Ct-llbe -, -- -- ---'T -- _- _--- -- ..
am taritti &b..w- Ii'SATIRA'
I "y _....ryI -.",.
t.-mb. PARDONED I Il 11 ...
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h. ttraatfeatf-cba Mn il.
1 .. =. OniBin. Bt-p>b' Allow Rooster ; 4 fy Y
a o-M.1 ,_ SlIow-llbe
M/N.rv T..ln YI.ycbt1k havean
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IIJI-S.I JO-D.lo with Broaacact Judy--BbMr aba. Raising In City inside track \ .1 n+
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.rh-.'. Torn U cling-aba -- w
,..teeth. Uranta-mba ., I!
i IM-HMr HMO Compeat- tD., ElIurgellcy Ortli.1 ItI .t--! with t this character? .
I ..;Ie-Buk |li>* Show_be ,I : i : .,..' ,
f I W. th' l*....... Oueat-rt>. I 1 pMa
Chain Of Events h A ,
fiabrM Ualt.r. C--.t-mba Passed I tc.A' j
: nance 't.. '
:tt-N Broadcast-mba I ,
IJe-rtbb.r..d Uolly1" -.... i :. ,H 10, forget your worries. along. It's easy to save regularly the U.S. Iw '

'Mews'". Utlto h o4cast-ab.1 tcn.t-cbt Last Night ,. WALTHAM, Mass.-Raymond He's' Hermes the Greek god of luck and Savings Bond way. So easy that miHiona of Ir..
U.4.r Arrant Drama- nbai lAucoin 21, hurt his 'nose this treasure-trove. Americans have already put away millions and
'I.i WK Miuk'.r Uuata,-aba way. While he was working on millions of dollars in U.3. Savings Bonds.
'$*->:,... for t illaatca-mtaW City commissioners last; ; night;:;a building project, a brick fell k.- L1L Why work? Why plan for the future? Why .

I 3CM, Mt,"._..,,,Drama,",,-do.-ataMM voted unanimously to pass *n i i I from a staging. It struck the .,: save? If Hermes approves of the cut of your jib, So you see, you don't need Hermes to guarantee
1'.111. U.t.wermbgis emergency ordinance that would ;i!blade of along handled shovel; .... x then brother-knock off. Money matters will a future free from money worries.
allow owners of chickens, roosters < The handle \'.
o-raapN Ar ranoy-"be j|lying on the ground. ,
j T. Aaaau.e.dsb.wbat and pigeons to continue raising 1 i'popped up and struck Aucoin on take care of themselves. Start buying US. Savings Bonds either of
Pooolo Tbtnk-aba '
hac. Oreh eat *-m''ba them providing no neighbor complained ,,the nose cutting it so badly it : But-gosh! Suppose Hermes doesn't know these two convenient, automatic ways- '
1/i1aTi',... .......4_..b.1NWM..s .. of their presence. This;required four stitches tp close the
alive? What do do thesis
.-eb you're you 1. At place of' .rk. in
Varlviy.. I ""- oN emergency ordinance deleted the .' gap your \v Sign up today
N:::wi va.an4 Claiiro lM BaM oo Band S bra.-abe-mb. two hundred foot requirement in Well, then your best bet is to work-plan forth your company's Payroll Savings Plan. .

1111S.M.we, ; Variety t* ,-.... a prior passed ordinance that ), future-save! 1;
UJhi.Iaa.l.. C-U would have produced a "death: ;: than wkmU's hobby! away 1 1 2. At your bank. Walk up to the telfer. Ask
j blow" to rooster fighting in the i from him. He said that some I< '.. Most ordinary human beings do plenty of to be enrolled in the Bond-A-Montb Plan.
I I' men prefer baseball others golf 9 and It's for the future
If,, 11.t. \OU SMILE? II city limits. ,j etc. but that his hobby was r working planning. saving Be smart. Put in your bid for a bright future
Lwlis Perez. Key West rest- : that tough. _
I {I dent inquired of the city commission t rooster' raising and to deprive j..a. 1 today Then thumb your nose at misfortune.
The the definition of him of this sport would be identical .:' Or "was' tough till U.S. Savings Bonds came And tell Hermes to go soak his head!
Pt t Opposition neighj j to depriving golfers from I
bor. He feared that neighbors i
J'I. golf. baseball from ball players.
would rooster raising\ i .
use as a ,
( Perez also complained of a bar -- Automatic Saving Is Sure
"How bag was your last cook club to acquire different d.- ; Saving-
with you?" I I mands. Perez asked the on Simonton Street that was causing I UP) Wirephoto
disturbances every night, and. I U. S. SAVINGS BONDS
J, "She wasn't She was against mission to do something about PATRICIA SCHMIDT, also '
in the mornings.
us- 'from the start" doge and the streets rather 'early
I "
._ Commissioner Louis Carbonelltold known as "Satira. Toledo. O.
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-- Perez and the others that the dancer who was sentenced to ; .

II ( EASTERN' LEADERS CONFER IN PARIS j nuisance of the'bar on Simonton i '
street would be stopped if he, Perez I prison in Cuba for tae slayingof \ Sponsored' THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

1 or others would swear out a John Lester Mee of Chicago .;,
1j warrant declaring the place to be j on a yacht in Havana Harbor f :

j _1 tla a nuisance. The commissioner; last year holds bar pet dog as

,r told the gathering that the commission she waits in her cell for her release -Tilt it .* tSclil U. :S. Treasury :e4v.niutMpr.aids au,iu eI Traaaury .,ut..n oaf AttrtlttY Ca..s..
was not in favor of stop-i from prison. Sa'ira was

ping rooster fighting, and that' pardoned Friday by Cuban .
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this emergency ordinance would!, President Ravmcnd Grau San ":,.!. :
allow them to continue providing Martin.

T ya p gtT3 no complaints were registered. j'
by their neighbors. I
Gerald Hernandez likewise 1 The largest mosses in the:
t 1 southern United States )
may I
?FI spoke against the stopping of
rooster raising in Key West.I' reach four feet or more in length. 1

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a THE CIJUL'I? ('OIT OFTIIP. I 1 l Meets ** _.-I .

IlYil .&lhl'UI. .ifucjy I..nkn"n'. Craga- 'i "maj-fled. Mra. Adolph Belarnaa. ( Culture Ii1"TIie Y
ANh ">1JoIfI J\Ot. ( Irish Free State 1 I his wife whose given
rlAanaltA I he in unknown. renidenc
r'ttAN' E MCNAMARA. and If name I
.. Mra, John McNajna- I unknown;

fun roR PIIIATI4 N. 1. wlte. Vhons given I Kitchen -
In A t
I'hI4 r.'pE'raII..L'L Irish la unknown.Free State/a Night \ ; S _

IIaIidItfrA MCXAMAR: and and each and all of the above-Bam- I -

r. eL.nK. .. alJl:0f1"r. 1 .. Mra. Martin McXa- ed defendants if 11\1.<. and If dead 1 The new maid had habit of .

TO A.A11.I."a.... his In wife aa known., uhene Craga-given ritn the .helm K. liennrm deviates creditors grantees trustee, a,-, SessionDoctor lea vine;'thi kitchen radio On'from : *

0. 1"'IIt.iC" Jif".H Irish Free Water .' or other claimants ,nder such defendant Regular morning to night co that her A-4- 5-
."ATP.: gep ...unWA: .: J. MCNAMVR4 ..a.f'CI. and if dead all .

IUnIA". (LARK : married, Jir. Mlrhael parties rlalmlna interests by, mistress wca at driven crazy ;
a4 Usirrd. & .. bin wife, whose through under or against raid defendant with the v
$ -etark.. her I unknown Ht d,...... or otherwIse In Wants To W blag-of soap S a''

..... ... gIveit n.lII. j'r,. t the real property hereinafter - or : -

h I'e ." IIoO.n'", 1aIn1S MCNAMARA. anj if rrU>ed, and all parties claiming interests to J23.34000, Jshn Frow from Finally gave orders 'that : '- -
IS U''oI. (... .. "h :
.. ., by through. under
MrMrNa.nara. or Purchase Weaver
I' '. $600) tD $ OO. Florida Press from the radio "besilenced
.RnU' a.4 If was '
marrItf .a.4. whose given against P M Hlyrtone. A. A. PUjcal. t _
i'""'. the .p..uae ., iaatl ,. la unknown Garden Ella:1l. FleKa Louis H. Cipr $1,30000 to $50000. | gave 'no- i : _

"l K. "fllr,. Wh .. g,..n New York; and T. J. Tall,. or either of then From .wspJ
:n. ..k...n. 'Jl-'Ucesler, MCNAMARA, and each of whom are deceased. In and Alley CityA ; Allow tice.hdo : :

Ml V: .. Mra. Timotb'r Me- to the real property bereinafterdeMTibed. Charles Caring lot 7. 18 -not care towork.." chesaio : -
nKITMKTKR. .". |II 10111 wife, whose riven and all parties having; or square '
laarrie.Mrs.* K4 I'. Deite In unknown. Hiving. p darning t* have any right title or resolution was passed last tract 17, was granted an additional [with Dimpledignity.. *a
aka-wa>. WSKMW given name I* Tork; 1 ntere,.t In the follow ing desrrfbd night by city commissioners in $300 increase in homestead exemption. hoire where- thciejJ.

aa4 Klnaey $lreelIKTKM MCNAMARX. ana If real prnnerty rituaie lIng) and _
regular turn influences.i .
Htchmoad. sessions cumyting assess' This increase allow- .
Indiana. ... lr.-h4i-Xama ra. b.ngin Monroe County, Florida. was -
4IIANOTTI and VictlUtMKil .. ... whose then to-v.ll: ed valuation on certain personal el to correct a cl ncal error in the j ,

1--- Ms wi'.. U. in IInkno.,; :.nJt. property. The corrections follow: Tax Assessor's ocrwe.I I :Many Bosses sl.:have names
aa4 44lk

Jjaeefc.:"1"*' L* W1NW, 'tr..till' York iU'NAMARA: "('z- I..t 27. Block t: Standard Oil Co from 53240.00 I 1 IlgdeWel Licenses' ij I I given them by botan- d I

and WALTER KL'.SZ- I>oi* J 77 ... lito Plork 2: I trt and the Roman naturalist ; _
IIIILE III.Y8TOVK I.y.S her hu band 27 H n II A retail been vendor license renewal Dir ________ 5
ronx 3ots 15, t'. J*. 22. 41. j Ptunik. I _
NOLI.M, aaal |f ..rn". Mr. Tork: 4 (. 44. 4h and "'. niork 4; LEGALS I was granted to. the Key !! Gu _

-.14. ".r husband. ; (: )lCN.MARA and Lots I. %. 3. 4. IS. |9. 2S. IS. JO 31, > West Golf -
.e.- given name |. untI. Mr*. Patrick )-- 32 33. 34 ... 1!. .3. t!. <3, it Club as was the retail' & ___ .

S bm.w. V.eets .)| AveKlnlra. bin wife who e and US, Block 1: liquor license to Casa Cayo Hu- i,ger Sps&ing for his recom ,- ..

.. Jtew York- name ,ia unknown Lots 21. %:. 4i and 4(. Plork C.; I N TilE riartiT rntHT OF run!'I eso, 1402 Duval street I Rap

t.ftP.IIT HILLIAM RRVAOL .,. Irish| Free State Lo'' I. 2. 1. 4. a. C. 24. Z.. 26, 27, fLE' f"TH JII> ('liL I UK"I IT I -

|>t. and If married.. 1frJO. MCNAMARA. and if %. :'. 30. 37 and 39. flock 8; Of VHF STATe ui-- FLOltt..j i I Letter Read ,i Weavtrley i lat b' .

p1..i William Rern..g*. Mr* John McNama Lot 'I. 2. 7. _. 15. 11. 14. 21. 22. IN A\U FOB NOMtUB til\Ts. twen S

bla .i1.. .b._ given nsme wife, abuse given !. JS 37. 3*, 39. 45. 41. 42. 41 |\ tllAMLRt.RICHARD I A letter from George Allen street in Square 24. The _
alley is '
I. kaowa, .9 W .ray U unknown, Crafra- and 44. Block 9. ( ._ ".'11-3.1 Warren Commander of the local ; _
$ P4.w Y.rk. Irish Pies State; Lots 14. 17. 1* and 27. Block.; r. MANAOAN 12 Vi feet wide by 106 feet. Gonzalez
z."r-.I'ra. Post Stock
S [American Legion
JUVNI.IsS ).NAY RA. and if All of Plat No. a of Key Large I'iaiBtlff. said in his letter that neighboring
:& sd )Jr.p .- Mm. MichaeJ McNa City. Industrial StcHon. a .ubdlvlsion vs. IU\ onCE LJani was read to the commis- *
VO.% ber =.t4. bla wife. ..fcoe given of. Monroe County, uiLJ G. MAXAGAN. I sion. In the letter Warren asked ; owners Etta Patterson and -.4 5 _.

fl. ... .. ..lIao.a. 114 In unknown. Crasanock Florida, in accord with plat IXfrn.Unt.OTin -Bernie Papy h Qffre objec-I _
: that the road .
from the
-., Road Free State > : leading
tlmJa. : thereof r-"rd>d in flat Rook TO s.HI'r'tR : and in they preferred
New -t.I YAI' .'. and If 1. pare 17C. of the public r... TO: LILLIK 1J. MANAGANlltMt :highway to the Legion Home be lion fac 1 i S

to J. Uewrge. aad If married.Mr I,. John ords of-said r.t,;- Bakerillage i repaired: The road has been acquire it s a to remove nuisances -
j especially '
*. A. J. Oeorg.. bis wfe.aVM | wtfe. who )1C"Nama-1 (Culumbu t..gia.ToOl ; _now happening _
I *>e ..... name Is unaa ; in unknown, are hereby required to appear hard hit by the recent night tt'ae I'I IInvite S

.. Hi Larchmoat n... Irich Free State; Lot 3. Pl vk I: Klmlra. New torh. \lc-.olAna"d If f Lob J and 7. Block 2: filed aKAinyt y,HI in the above stated Officials : ;

HAKIir M. FI>:UAL. and if .Mr'-.-." Lot 4. Block 3; ra.*'. c.n or lief,.rt- lbs Sih day West Municipal Hospital Monroe !I' B. R.. Kessler of Atlantic and EUGENE. SHINALT cf BlTthevilU. Ark. smilm .Isullr sat.

aviarrl4. I, llarrr, M KleaaJ. husband whose a.'a'i Lots .3. 4 and %0. Block 4.All ; of ,S ".tnr..r. A. P 1HX! t>tlurv.i j"e |: County Home for the A:ed. Key Gulf Canal Association' Incorpora-i ton polls after'winning St.OOO !ia taatiaaal coMca
bis _lfe. whne givenMW ia unknown. of Key Largo City. Oardea the;altctralioo .f said bill nil I M Itak.nae |!\Veit Golf Club and the Legion fit prp p.

.'. |a uakauaa. Zaqeavlile.i Irish Free' State Cove Section No. 1. a sulxJJviMwn of rsfeeee.i I.y y.u. :ted have issued an invitation fdr. ing contest at Blvth.ville Friday. His wife at riffat.
.. l Monroe C..uuly.ida. in accord Done and Or".r.IoI KevYe.. !: Home.: : i in p J
officials to attend I women's
-\' R. BVBnBTT. snd If If married. ICS.A'IAnA'f with plat thereof recorded In Flat Florida. this 4th day of October, A. I IIX I Wtats t) PurchaseS cit a meeting di-iia

i aarvied. I,. Kverelt. her her Book 1. page 1ST. of the public record i,4S. I association at Cocoa Fia. rWednesday
Is of said .al ROSS C \WiEU. I Iflerk ----- -- -- .. .-" .- -
.tteitand wbaae arlven name name county; ( Doctor E. Gonzaiez's Better requesting ; Obr 13th. Commission -- .

I. ..k_.". lit Atkinson Irish Free Mate. of Circuit Court of I .
MCNAMARA and If S Monroe County Florida. ': purchase Weaver Ali ; or Huter Harden who ) Mosses may look like tiny; Tel Av-
rp .,..... ''..U. MlrMgan; I T arl e
HOROTHT KLAINK EDWARII Mr.-McNamara. Lot 1. Block I; By: Kathleen Nottige l P. C" i ley from the city was rea.:. The represented the city last year sta-
*. and if married. .. whose gIven Lot 14, Itlock a. (ood) Raymond n. Lord : commission voted to have the ;( ted that he would again make the 1L.p. ;plum any of hundreds of bi.t t J state aI, a 0 pupuUlaMt. J
Lot 7. Block 4.L for Plaintiff
le unknown. Craga- ; Attorney 1
Mr -.... .*. Ithll..- S .. o
kaa4, wb we given name Is Irish Free State t. C and 7. Itlock S; ; .I-U-5.UIr.. matter turned over to City Mana- ;lr shapes. 000.S .

S \'( y. end If m"r- All of Key Largo Cltr Harden --_ . .
H'ka wn. Canrsvllle. ("1 : .. .n -- -- -- -- --- -- --- -- ---- -- -- -- ---
JEAN KLIXAHkTH rLK14U Mr*. I' J. Crow ley. bin Cove Section No 2. a subdivision of

and If .".. Mrrtosial. .- _waoee. Rrnnx.given New n..mI.York.: Monroe plat County hereof Florida recorded in in accord Plat PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER, 1943 .' II
bee ..
.. .whoseglvesi
MCNAMARA. and if Hook I.. pace |9a. ut,the public record -I
S name Is unknown.eUaesvlUe. Mr. John McNama x of raid countv.: I "OTICE 0" ELECTION cordance with law providing tor the levy to the amendment ef said Constitutkm. the County by the State County. Cowry exteasloft ea Sic amason-eat teal at ta*
Ob.: wife.' who e given East bait of the Northeast quarter W >'tae *Le i.laure ef 147. of WJLC and &uclaa& shall not be appjLed be and the same is hereby agreed to School Board. School Platelets Special fosjnty.. Liasoser of aM tEase

HILLY i'. MTI'RTKVANT.aa4 < unknown. Craga- of Section 31 Township CObouth. e8 .. of L. of the ta any purpose other then the and shall be submitted to the electors of Tax Behoot Districts and MunicipaUUes.X. by toe State. J
U married. >,_ Murlevaat. State Range 40 Karl except the W I pas 11 Resolutions payment. the principal and tnterect of the State of Florida for approval or rejection The Legislature shall at the Legislative BoaSt Scaeel
her ..'.". whi.. Irish Free thereof Commence promoting amendments 1 tueCaat.tuuaa maid at the next General Election to Session of 194*. and from time to School Districts end
all'.a ... I. ..'_... Zas.lIi. >:L )lr"A 'RA. and following at portion the Northeast ; of- t e the state of tra a tbt la addition to the bonds authorizedIn be held in the year 194*. that ia to ssy. time thereafter enact laws to take effect aXCnOW 11. L reese sad ae dee-
.. .. ObM.KOBKIIT Mm Michael Mc- corner tee same agreed ta b paragraph Ul above and subject to that Section 1 ef Article XVH of the only after approval by the electors ef taa-y I. lib*. the c..c T.
: PERRY FLK( %L. ..vaasi .hl I" Wife, whose given Mild Section 31. thence run \\et -.t ef U.mb elected the limitations and prvvf Constitutioe. of the State of Florida be said County at a referenda called lee SB 5. cat v. lion of rile' J
". name i* unknown UC.S feet, thence run South 4,'. .a U0 said and of SecUon a of Article IX ef the Constitution ..Dd.0 read as follows that purpose spedfyiag the powers ftxne- Ida shaM esOee all tEaa levied in .
ir married. )' i1oi..r1I. ... Irish Fr.e State: feet: thence run Kant 4*'.* feet. Joint KesoluUDns were 'upoa their of Florida the Legislature may SECTION '. Either branch of the Legislature lions duties and ..p. 01 C- Couaty by the c-. Ce-lee
'err, .,.... bis wife. whose J1CNAMARA. and theses ran North 4t(.g feet to the respective Journals with the yeas and also provide for the issuance of Special *t aay regular session or at ty Tax Collector designated Paragraph school Board. School DelRlo, Se-slot

S glvesi .... la ..''a... a.- : '' Mr*, Patrick Mc- place or point of Iwfrinnins: aa,. t.nO.end they did determine and Capital Outlay bonds by County Boards any special or. extraordiaary ssealon 1 of This Section 14. and shall likewise Ta School Oiatncla asd Noale.

S t ;.t :. '*bio; his Wi!.. whose, South half of Northwest Quarterof dispel l. said Joint Rfutl. besubmitted of Education for school eapital outlay thereof called for such purpose cither lathe provide for the collection care, custody 2. TIle Legislature shell se soe Ialatire I
: ai'*. and Is unknown: the Northwest Quarter of Section don Ic Stt at protects hereafter acquired or constructed governor's original call or any amendment reporting and disbursement of all taxes Seiaies el s.d I If

If .,. -'AH kins, cwrbt .name IrHh Free State: 32. Township CO bouth, Range the General t Noveb. 11 but said bonds shall be limited to thereof may propose tbe revisionor collected by the County Tax Collector. time thereafter enact laws ..
f t 4. whae* given name 40 Kai.t. NOW. THEREFORE, L projects and amount approved by the amendment of any portion er portions the powers. fuacUea duUea aa4 essa-
is ..k... JUaesvlle.ItbU | MCNAMARV and if YUU AND EACH OF yOU are Secretary of State o' the SU.e of State.u. of Kduralioe- as pcmcribedby ef this Constitution. Any sock a pomahe. ef C w.ty Tax CSxsste aestsN ,
Mra. Martin McVa- hereto give notice toll a shall become payable serial revision or amendment may relate to Bated la Paragraph I W this *eea It,
: his wife. whose given hereby required to appear in the GiER ELECTIOV IT as prescrioed by law within not to one subject or any number of subjects, SENATE' JOINT RESOLUTION WOO 94 and shall aaewtse pomade to* av* eat.Wctloiy .
XKTT1K, KLIXARKTH la unknown Craga- above entitled cause in the Circuit wffl be county in Florida exceed twenty years from the date of but no a shall consist of snore A JOINT RESOLUTION Preneemg aaAssendavent ear*. eon.*. r.seand
KAN.. sad If married. Mr.lieaa .- Irish Free Mate: Court of the Eleventh Judicial a. Tuesday next succeeding the ftTktUonaay Issuance: Provided that ne fipedal Capital than one revised article ot the Conctttutrao. to Article Via ef the Ce.- hurseavat *f all tax** atrt4 tf :
.' be r bs a>*aa. who** ;>T MCNAMiRA and Circuit of the State of Florida la in November I>. \ Outlay bonds shall be Usued nereiinder tituik of the State of Florida reUave County TH CoUesto
A li
slum name la unknown, 3Ir.-l'C'Sama- 'and for Monroe County Florida. said Tuesday being UieSECOND which together with tAo school If the proposed revixloa er amend* to aswssrtmnt of property for taxes and -
Xaaeevlile. .ObU whose given the title of which aid cause Is DAY .NOVEMBER indebdne&s .' sock eauaiy iiirtudingspecitl ment Is agreed to by -. of the the collection of taxes by adding thereto 11IICC1SW
l-ollTKIt J. MUTTH. and ifS r huxban.l. hereby made a part of thin orderas |V the ratUication rejection of tte tax school Metric Indebtedness members elected to each Bouse. M aha additional sections to provide that lethe doOr? aUClLUTlOJf III leA
married. Mrs. rtrr. JHntrib. la unk.".. Craga- If fully net forth herein an the Jetig Resolutions proposing Amendments shall exceed twenty per tent erf the toe entered tepoa. 'their respective Jour Count el swaed. Mae St ftortda. 10. aSSOi.PT0i an
given Irish Free State: l>. to C_ the State efFlorida. assessed value ef the taxable property of aala with the. and and pub the Couaty Tea atsmnr shall MISSSthe
hi* ubs. If n'b day of October. A. 1948. I .U tt. yeas nays property ot the Couaty sbe the to Artiste
MCNA.MARand ; such county according to use last sum lashed tat one newspaper ia each county aus- == "U..a
_.. Is naka .. Char" .. AlcNamara. answer the Bill of Complaint filed pose of levying Stole Couaty, School sad the Ut-b
Mr- ment for prior te the where
county purpose at published for
and each of in -aewspaper to pesoeeiV lor sea.g sad
lewa.IVKKSICK. against vou you M3aiapal taxes levied ky the State
whose tfven issuance ot such Special Capital Outlay twe times publication :
-- ; I J one to be made the te. be ME1e 5seosto
H. lun TI; ,. I. said "cause otherwise| a decree pro Oavnty. County. School Board. SctualDistricts.
la unknown. Crapa- Bonds. The principal of and interest not. eacher than tea weeks and tOe other
SOURS JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lies addItIsnal Castles. to ste-Ide toM inIA.
1.dhidu.IIv and trustee ofIk will be entered against Specials T.& School DUtrwts.
as confess on such special bonds shall be payable not later than six weeks immediately
Irish Free Htate I RESOLUTION Ceaaaty 04 liMo OS VOeIa,
A JOINT H.-otonnj anAjKcnaoxnt
Trust treated la the Last MCNAMARV and I yon arJ each of you. front a fund established Ia each county preceding the flection at erhlctt the same Port Districts Drainage Districts. and : Ibe
the County IScU
Article IX ol the StateCaoatituUoa Ts
aSMl t.f ...1. The Bill of Complaint filed herein I: to any ether taauag districts and sauaictnaoUes -
Hl Testament ltoIJO. Thomas Me- by a&tftkwal comprised of moneys authorized and apportioned -is to be voted upon and thereupon submitted property ef tae Caaaty far sae tateeeseef
It 4i*. ar >eaed. aad If bin wife. hose, is for the purpose of quieting I becuon a4dm tee a excite by the Legislature school to the electors of the State lotapproval the Couaty which by ordinance levy lag Mat County grtusi aad IsVa
marl.d.-haut.Sa. ber title of plaintiff with reference to pro''da. capital outlay and debt service purposes or.rejection, at.the next General request their taxes to be ce assessedsad JriiB -
leased etate
unknown. taxes gasoline other motor fiet Klcioal taxes by the jCeualy ..a..m.. name in tiur5bve described rent pro.<>r '- upon collected n' shall doused and money*provideafev the county from Election provided however that Stand and that "V" ("ouaty.Taa,.Co- trhaat a>ael

e Is ..k__. Iii W. Park Irish Free Sta e. WITNESS my hand and official [ swojucts public h."y. e and airport county school revenue sources including such revision or amendment may be .> t.I mend. abau collect and djitnbvite toe saXI Special Tax -.'r. ueM-
%. KVANS. and if mar < Court the 23 day uf fo *d valorem taxes authorized or required bitted for approval or rejection a* a tnalMies ef the C aM IbM *
Ateaae. Stale tnl Pa; *e* of thin on [ purposes. ( t. 'Mra. I t A. Kvans. bin by the Legislature subject to special election under the conditions described *
I 'ttl I V.cad WKATHURLOW. September A. U. IU-. and use ol Couaty .aa CeCerter dieS elees aV*
: or TUX STATE or
# cdal
f. n poD
f who., given name N r S.Y'R. the limitations of the Constitution relatingto tat and in the manner providedby esidiMs
If marrIed Mr. Zaneville. Ohio 81b5 aseL ad valo-em taxes for school purposes. Section of Article XVII of this That the following. Aawndmeat to Article
Court BY
I.erUa. ber husband, Clerk of the Circuit EE T ., Such bonds shall not be bonds or Constitution. If. majority of the electors ; VUI .( toe CoMbtuUea ol the Susie OT I
S wbie. gives) name la unka Monroe County. Florida :: TR Of THE STATE t.OaD.': d.bts of the State of Florida or enforceable voting upon the amendment adopt of Honda relative ta the amesanieid aad OF .
That the 1Dt0.! -
.... TSIt IWadfar Road 5:1 : By: ted) Anne S C. "niorth .t the.f.the foJowins Am by add-Ar again toe credit or taxing power ef such amendment the same shall become collection of all taxes ia the Couaty .( tItle VIII ef the C.rst.tutioa ef the to State

fpper Lerly.IIIANLET Pa.; : nrPRKK, EVANS BOY- I Deputy ClerkCircuit I II I| td 5\t.adbton Cott.aion ston providing tI Slats a part of thU Constitution. thereto Broward addiboaal State of section Florida te by be adding atusTDered ef FU.. reituve to lao asonle i aMcollcctioa
lrP. al- kaowa ( Court > et a4 li-ax. us tae CJ SKPuulUs. OS
J. ". REINOUOS. as I I Mat all excise aesupon gas- by Ute Secretary of State loa and
i .. KTASLKY U HIPP and director and truc- WILSON TItAhIMlt.t.Attorney tine 0*tbr .1 fuel pru co:- 1 C the same ls hereby agreed to and ahaU be uto ef Ptorisla ay ad'taento
If _, $_*. Mr* Stanley Ctpp..i. P.rily.If'r Com I for Maintirf Itc..a. rctiintl: shall .: Or HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 565 HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. submitted to Ute lectors 01 tae State of aasuttcaai to ** Oselen

wife, a hose given name a dissolved Florida sin Viral National Bank BUff !I b&bw.:. street and rport purIKtwt A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aaAvendraent A JOINT RESOLUTION P.oposing. aa Florida for ratification or rejecUoa at a* Cecltea tew. be aM
la unknown. 3. Calb.ruiieS whoee re.i-i Miami, .'lorlt'pt.1CW',5Un.u.' I ad. tOe distribution ta the Constitution by addIng Amendment to Article V .f.tae Constitution the General Elecfcoa to be hAd on the the agreed aM skett
and of sa>d thereto a.n adi tonal Section creating be submHlM t* tee vlecters el the Buteet
|4lree Te.awaadaNew u .r3U prwr of Florids. relating to the Judicial first Tuesday after-lh tin Monday to
are unkaowa I is hereby fhall be M two add tional Senatorial Districts. Department by November. IMS Florida for ra>-n<- adding thereto a St'cIlon as fallowt.
Yerh, -: DRILL II \M- State BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- th Ca rai Elect he heat ptftnt
toe electors of the for relating to the SECTION FTOBK sad alter Jaaaary ** w ea
retirement 01 -
LM.K IX .Cll'l; and. If mar.hisWife. and if married Mr-,-- OTt'R OP .IiTIK' AIHNtrTICK I I mlle' or NJ.Uon at the next General TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. of the Supreme and Circuit Courts Judge 1. J 50. Ute Count Tax Assessor >a tae Tveaaay slier f.. fIsts afeaeaeNevsxabrr a
rtr4 Mr* Lyle I" Uipp. husband. whoe be-1 ia 1940. That the following Amendment to Ar- as eaJew*:
her IS HKRKIU flY,:,. Election b BE IT RESOLVED BY Tier LEGISLA County of Broward. State of Florida.
; Is
:: wb ee iyennan. title VII of the State Constitution by SaCTRX U. I. Frees aM alta .
: name is unknown re- that under and by virtue of and I Ipursuant follows: TUBE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ball assess all property for all Stale.
..k_... T aaaaaaaNew unknown: that certain decree SECTION 17 An excise taxes now or adding thereto Section a creating two That the following Amendment to Article County. School and Municipal taxes to sary I. ma. .* County Taa AtotroP*
'_h. :I. H. BLACK and If to entered the nth ilav hereafter Imooacl upon gasoline or other additional Senatorial Districts, is hereby V of the Constitution of Florida. be levied la tile Ceuaty by the State la tOe Ceuaty el P. Slate e > FTetMa. .
( Arr>LiNIX and If Mrs. James M. H. made and on the like pr..c cf pctro.tjm or upon all agreed to. and submitted to the elecurs by adding a Section to be known as County. County School Board. School .U assess a4 Mseeigi 1Ctete.
iSrrl:' M-MsauaIan4. if. vh.. given of September A 1'un. ..e* and liquids us in of the State for ratification or rees Section 46 of said Article V. is hereby Districts Special TH School Diiincta. Ceaaty.. Sckeet. aM n
his *e
a Jr.
S her husband w ho_ a I van unknown residence Honorable Uin.'uJ:'pea, one ltr cooibuiboie: engines for gen ; ;on at the General Ejection ia 1948. agreed to and shall be submitted to the Port Districts.Drainage District aad any taxes to be I\U.I ia tae t
.am. I* ..11__*. 121* W. I* of the Circuit of the of poser to piopcl \ebicies: anda.wnoSt. as follows: electors ef the State of Florida for ratification other taxing districts and miiaicipalt- Sute. Coistry Ce nty aShoed
In and SECTION a. There Is hereby created D. trlrts. Special Tog
Cleveland OI"U : r' Eleventh Judicial Circuit 1' winch are collected and refinedatull or rejection at the next Gen. ties whack by oraiaaac* request their
M PPELBRINO. and for Monroe County Florida In' used excluzrte'y! for fie lease. two additional Senatorial Districts be era! Election to be held in fol taxes to be so assessed. Owtneta onE IsUisirtiwIstas.
(-HAKI Kl'MKHrt: aadMVRTLK Mr.. -Spell>ring. Chancery in that certain cause .oulbn| b constn.ction. recaoatrucuon. known as the Thirty-ninth ('.) and low- The Legislature shall at the LezWatJv S. The L* .>U.',ire shall a* aWlativ tags.

Kl>BEIM. lila wife. whose given therein pending wherein John M and maintenance o* Fo-t.eth (40th Senatorial Districts. The SECTION te: Justices of the Supreme Session ia 1849 and from tint to lame liven to ISle 0Ssee
his VnH 4rrrS, Avenue.lMlsjUJehta. and of Thirty-ninth (39th Senatorial District lIme ._n.. macI 1_. opeci4to4 *5powers.
|J. unknown residence t hri-lUn i I" the plaintiff and \\'iI- roads streets bridges rights Court and Judges ol the Circuit Courts. thereafter enact laws specifying UV*
31. Pa.; .cI'If tr.... and Grace Brooke hiswife. way thcrefjr or for airports or for the shall con St of Monroe County. She eligible to retire with compensation. ewers.. functions autoes aad eempensstnTn -- fuactl'uns. dateS.'
Ham .
R. I.K1H ". ot indebtedness and interestthereon Fo.-l.cUl <4Vth> Senatorial Dutrict shall Tax satire of Ceusty Toe .
MAltt '\. WILLIAMS and the defendant payment may ins'ead of resigning elect to retire of County Assessor designated -
her et al. are Ie3.. consist of Vfajolrigton and Calhoun Counttes. In Paragraph I of this rtasa H. aad
Incurred for the aeqimitioa.
Leahy. of this
_rrl. Mr Col.v.. in. which case they Shall be qualified to la the tut paragraph
Mr*. Cane No 11-4"H.
husband whose 5iv.ain name bring Chancery construction rcccnstnjct-on repar.noerstiun Nothing herein shall disturb the continue to perform all of the functionsof Section and shall likewise provide bylaw shall 1iIt_.. renteaaiea ". by law Hr 4*
*. his wife. whoe the underft icne<1 Special Master in and maintenance of roads. :&- & 38) existing Senatorial Distrlrts. their respective offices called upon for the extension ea Us asmBt ea the __l sai ef *
uakaoan.orresier. name JH unknown re- Chan. appointed by said Heerve. tired, rights of way there- A special election shall be called by the Chief Justice if it be a Supreme roll at the Coanty Tax Anrssoe ot all Counlj Tan A.aee.eI aM taaes levied

r.ii: and. if anknownj will offer fur sale at public tar or for J. Ot nil State excise in the said Thirty-ninth (39th' Senatorial Court Justice or by the Senior Circuit taxe levied by the State. County. County by the tj.e. Covet. County S.Board. iee1
y '". MBAD. Mead. RT T. HARRIS and outcry to the highest bidder for taxes colie-tcd and retained upon gasoline rrtslrict and in the said Fortieth I40tht Judge of his Circuit if it be a Judge of School Board. School District. Special -litus* DI-treta. tasitat rM
1"Iptj. M". Henry P ; HARRIS. his cash before the front door of thc of other like products of petroleum. except Senatorial p"trlctIID Seventy-five the Circuit Court. They shall severally Tax School Districts Port District Drainage School DMrirts and tslus staalMksa, .
hi. wife whose given name residence. unknown; County Court house in Keyf.l, aitauan fuel not less than four <7S> days alter tl5.el"o'D la receive the same retirement compensation District, and any otter team* districts SECtiON 14. L rrim and sAss Jaaarv
.e v>.11..... Arer. Ma**.: n MKL\fN. and if Monroe County. Florida on Mon I cents tax per gain on such products elect a Senator as If they had _Df'd.1_ assignment and municipalities, whose. taM L MM. the C xMfy Ta Cissirhi

T1ION4AK TALTi. and If Mr*. Frank <5. Mel- day. Noterober let. A. P. "4H (same I shall be used by the State Road Depart- tricts The Senator Senatorial elected from District the by the Governor to any ether Circuit may be assessed by the County Tax .the shall Crassly eelJert ef p' Male NJlef ef PVenMa. *
Talty. road in the manner Thirty-nintn <3SUi> the first
married. >Ir. Tboaias bill wife. whose given of said Court anda awnt for state purposes such retired Circuit Judge shall Assessor pursuant to paragraphof
rule day ,
being a fora __. C
law One rent or more shall hold office from his election the eeuar ey lae Oawty, *
by section.
name provided have the Jurisdiction and this
bis wife. wboe given unknown residence during the legal same powersas
sates day) after School I.PtJOI
legal the First Tuesday Djtnrts SeedS
term ending on
other _
Malbav tax per gallon upon gasoline or ether Cuvuit Judges. No.-ada.. SECTION From and after January
la uakaown, Mlllewn. ; ale. '0-' '. between II 19j2. and n. adisat OMrtrta Sri If.
in January.
hours of of petroleum except aviation toe First Monday tired Justice Tax Collector ta the
ha* products er Judge shall be required 1. 134. the County
l. .h rree Stale; ROSEQl'IST and If the forenoon and S elected from the Fortieth 2. The t.agoiatsre stall le the LI-
o'clock in fuel. shall hereafter be imposed by the Senator to perform duties without his _D\ County of Br.... State ot FtorMa.
ii i p MAHUAItKT SKXTDV. and if Mra. Victor R.*e- clock in the afternoon of said day the Legislature and the proceeds retained HO'Jal Senatorial District shall hold office Call to duty may be by special er general Mall collect all taxes levied la the Countyby live Zeaal ,. of ion. said frs.n lt in

Mr b Settun.her his wife, whose given the following described property to distributed amonj the several counties tram his election for a linn ending on revocable or"". Any Justice or tin slate County. County School :':- :lone. :..a'P 4e.
I rTba
I : *. givenname Is unknown residence satisfy aid decree by payment of and used la the fame manner as tie the first Tuesday* alter the first Monday Judge who may have resigned before Board. School Dteuiet Special Tax
I* unknown ItafiageaCaHe. ."; the amounts therein specified, Second Gas Tax Is distributed among in January. 1930. and thereafter Senators this amendment becomes oPeratIVe. may School District Fort Dirtricts. Drsiaaa of County 1'fA: :
shall I
Inch rree Male: R. R1TCHIP and If Last Right . Itlock Two (J) of I the several counties and used by the elected from said Districts come within its terms by tiling a certificate Districts and any other taxing districts .
Sac .
Four sheS likewise IS.ear .
and I f her Subdivision State Board of Administration. the state bald office for a term of years.Prolded of baa and XMinicipaliae what taxes may beassessed
PAT TAUTV. fm.rri.j4.Mrs. Mr.-Ritchie. TAVKRMER HARBOR a that the Legislature is authorIzed willingness to do so with ,. custody. '"Pc and Juessseaof
r' .. Rued Department and the several Boards : by Us County Tax Assessor
Pat Tally bis whose given name In the <*Kof the said Districts the Clerk 01 the Supreme Court. .fii
County Commissioners at provided In by law to alter or abolish pursuant tile first paragraph W ta* .11 taaee 050.0-s I he toe "
C name Is unknown. .' residence un Twenty-seven
given Section iA the ceUector.
wboee "" S\\"l-l Section It. Article IX. ofthia Cons';tu- whenever representation 7 preceding Section hereof. -- -
Quilt irikh Free R:
1\ 8 BUNNKLL and S mib of Range Thlrly-elBht duration of such tax: provided W% curOlua HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 137 the Session 01 1_. and from tIme t* SXHAT SOOt a&.InI.fJTlOof MO. M
j'flix'TALTY.. and If marrled ... Mrs. Arthur S. OS :. according to a 1'la' funds shall be expended by the 4 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing art Was thereafter enact laws specifying the A JOINT *Ua>UIATn<>M Fi-.e-idog a.

: >lra. John Tell' ?. hi I* wife, his wife whose thereof filed for record on November State Road Department for state Foals HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION JO. I7t tuUon Amendment of the to state Article of VIII Florida of lice Consti-. toaiaeiintent powers functions duties and eompeosa Amenlmmt: te Article V ef lae Ccne

alvea name i I. URkauwli name i U unknown, rei- ?*. 1942. and recordedin ia the county as directed by the BoardI A JOINT RESOLUTION. Propoeia the of for taxes and the tioo *f Cuaty Tax Cellsc'ar driamaslad 5455. of by a.Mdaeeeal
Malbay.Jrlidi 2of Commissioners thereof Any 4. Article Ill ot property first of tats aarttoa and 4en ridleind to 4 eon-
)IIII... unknown; Hook S of Plats at Fare County Amendment of Section collection of taxes by adding thereto additional ta the paragraph
Imposed aviation the State cf Florida shall likewise far the iiMlwa. two liar the mass OS .5. iSP OS lee
S rree Stats-; (I. TRACY and if the "utlu11..1'41. of Monroe taxes that may be upon the Constitution of sections to provide that in tae "-
be used exclusively fcr airaorU ot membersof custody rcportlag aad tfjsburse- Jsdgeof4CssasIOS Sten4St
HARAHTALTand If the spouse of the County Florida. fuel shall relating to the eligibility County ef Saint Lude. State of Florida. care
thereto in the manner their ( pensauonand' saint of sll lasso coUectad ty th* County S.eass4
CUare. Jr.Special and access the Legislature
her whose II-
Talijr O Tracy Allan the Tax Assessor shall the
5 rte4 Mr. ilarlon by law Nothing In this Section; remuneration County assert Tax Collector BB rr
: l.iut wbove given "mar-I' name i is unknown. resi Vaster In Chanrrr nail repeal or nuxlily Section 1C, ArtoaIX. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- property of the County for the purpose LArval tU'i
k Texas, R. lord of levying State County. School and
unknown. Pallas. unknown: Raymond Of this Constitution This Section TURf OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA: levied the State. U L That
PKTKR: J. T-iLTY. } N. 1IEHDERSO Atlerncy for WalatlffOF aball take effect July 1. m% SECTION 1. That the following Municipal taxes by af the l laddiac
; i married Mr. Peter J. if married. Mrs (!e.r.. 4ipt28O..U-I.Ui.. Amendment to Section 4. Article III of County County School Board. School SENATE JOINT BESOLUTION NO. Ifs Unreal aa MMaoMt, manse to eekaowa .
Tax School Districts and
St ... _lf*. who given name " the
and that
of the County
Municipalities to Article! VUI Us Cast.sututioa -
I.a- Pallas Texas: given name Is un. TK\TION' TO TWtKE HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1007 to the eligibility of members of UMaate the eie-tioai ef tr 4ua\a\ > et'
MAR.ltRr-T TALTY MOTJ residence unknownl 'IoOT.rl | A JOINT RESOLUTION rorxi"S to the Legislature their compensation and County Tax Collector. afoul collect the of tb* Sate of rtotuta rclatHr tOe Court ef Meceid w and to* SteinibisCevat.
? I MOT- and .r"L.r4TIO Ajcend Section 17 of Article XII of the remuneration is hereby agreed to and said tax. to 5i-a55a.Oiit ot strosMnjr for taxes and ". rtortda. sod tae seta* at hello
I | .nd CHARLES RT M W1LM U"UH( f of the State of Klor.da shall be submitted to the e'eetors of the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LZGJSLA.TCRB UM collection ot law by adding tls***. b y acraed to ati5 autoafaMSI to
l.KT bar husband. lUlas| : MMI. >ON. his rpl BT OP THK r M .TV Ccnktitution BK IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE State of Florida for ratification or rejection OF THE STATE PP FLORIDA to additIonal Sactioa to provide that taIn tae e e tors Ma.e.ef PlaKda fcratiftcatiea

: : residence unknown; ",'IM.., iiOhltO1 rpl"- 1'1". OF THE STATE OF FLORID' at toe next General Election to That the following Amendment Article Ceuaty *f Voiusia. Slate af ". ee reJerOea M Mk awerelKlectlea
I r.TALT'"nd If marrled SHERMAN and vni of the Constitution of the State the County Taa A Manor shall ta*
A. See- he
: STATE OP rJ.qIt.DA. > .ltO- That toe following Amendment to be held in November. IMS: that is to M held oa the flrotT ee.
: Mrs. John TaU). bin l a 'Itt. '.). Mr-* herm.wi, 51114. tion 11 of Article XII of the Constitution say that Section 4 of 'Article III of the of Florida relative to the titetiment and property ot the County lot the purpose day alter the First. Msasaf es ..
collection aU taxes In the County of of Ii.. County afhaol aad
whose given name I* un-, husband whose gives) In re the Estate of ot the State of Florida relating to education Constitution of the State of Florida shalt of levying l tt. as foawMCTMJN .
Saint Lucie. State ef Florida by adding Municipal taxes levied by the State
iS kaewa. ji liao. Texas; 1* unknown residence pedro 1'erei Ron *r. alao known I* hereby agreed to and shall be sub- be amended and as amended shall teed sections to be known !, 4* TW tale ef thereto additional Couaty. County School Board, Scao*
State ot efcVa.
If electors of the ef lUcerd te aad l-r laeaiBMe .
JfWK.III:": 'A L'T V". and Tr as Pedro P Romero miUd to the or rejection at as fol'ows: Qualifies.tlons. as Section }J and Section 14. be sad the Districts Special Tax acaaot Dvsutcw ty toeS kereane ae -
ratification 4. LegIslators
marrird Mr.- f'Da bar ; Deceased Florida to be held in 1M3 same tf hereby agreed to and shall be and UualcipuUs of the (_'. and uaObed elecuir ef cud r--
husbaal. a bane givel' If,.- To All WhO. It Slay Concern: Vie General EiecUon salaries, etc. Senators and mem aubmt.&ed the electors ef the Slateof that the County Tax Cefiactor shall *<4- State and Couaty

Is unkn-.wn |WU*. T::Uif <,'"('tK. hsr kua- Notice ia to r"by .iVu that Antonio S. follows6ECTIOH' 1*. 'a) The LeflsJature bore of the House of Representatives Florida for ratification or rejection legs &he Mod tax.BE : tor a term ef Mn 'Si -c
FRANCES TLTY whose given name U pario pareS flied his final provide for tna Issuance by1e shall be duly qualified electors in the .t the General Election te be held en JT SOLVTeD BY THE LCGIILA.TTJBJIOP Scat elirtlis los anti eate stM* %e

married Mr.-T. LTs. herS ,D. residence un report Cs Administrator of the estate may County Board of Education of each county respective counties and districts for ths;jJrir4: first : THX STATE OF FLOB1UA lIeU .t (hassle cVee to sole
hbabaad whose given name : of Pedro Perez Romero also of bonds for the exclusive use of toe which they were chosen. The pay of ill *} That lOs following amendment to Artlci and w--1 elsct4t Iii one
r .. n. Pallas. Teams; .S a.;. KLI-K. and it Pedro P. Romero de public free schools withal the county. members of the Senate and House of SECTION U. t Fran and .alt'Jaa-':- VIU ef the Coattttutaea ef the each 115 ISo peels lessuaflel.Tb. .
I I. unkn KlinK. her known ae have been ap- Representatives shall be ten doilies a day tury t. afcA 4I County Ta* Atmmt State.of Flerlda retatav to the usesa.nieut CInI mass of sndel .
).\"\ T.\LTTi and If marri iMr ceased that he fif.
... Mr.-TAl/Tt. her hus- .n". whose given name for final dls land who** given name Is residence un- will apply to the Honorable Ra,. ta aa election who are qualified ectors: s tence not more than seven dollars and State. Coubty. School. end atunteipal ending thereto addltwiaal isctlnus to M tiary ItMs.

..kaowa Dallas, Texas: n; mood It- Lord. County Judge of Ia such county shall participate. fifty cents a day for each day of the taxes to be levied in the County by the kaowa as estwa If aad aeetiesi 17. Aa, aaaaey fa said eaWas. wIleS
If mar.rlrd. W. MORf\K. and the reading and Stat County. County School board. be-aad u.s same I* hereby agreed to and
KHW1N TALTY. a 4 Monroe Count, Florida. on but bonds shall be issued hereunder session and mileage to be paid to etejn ariav to toil FlaW Tuasday aftrr
Mrs toI.ln Talty. his ... Mrs. RlthardV Sub day of October. It**. tar approval which no together with the school indebtedness from their homes to the teat of government School D>*tricts8pecut Tax School than ball be submitted to the electors elto tae FUSS sbaday a*

.If.. wbo.. xlven Ililme lsunknown O.\.. his lf*. whose I ef Mine land fur final dis'thsrge 54 such county including special by the nearest and most practical trivia and Municipalities.X. State of Florida for ratifiesuea rejection uses Tss a Jer. be =."
re"i- rate of not more than The Legislature shaH at the Legislative at the Gal EKcUoa to beheld
Pallas. Texas.JANK name I. unknown, as Administrator of the estate school district indebtedness Incurred route at the Oeveraer aad man-c.eelon 4 4-
tax mile for Session ia 1949 and from tune to oa the tint Tuesday after the firs
and one-half cent per ale as turstilari >m. Se 4 c-
S TALT and If snarri-. unknown It of Pedro Perez Romero also prior to the adoption of this seven than four round trips ia any tune thereafter enact laws. to take effect Monday la J iavee. 154*. as foUevc
not more
.'. ur.-AI.TY. her busb HpPVVOUTH know a as Pedro r. Romero deceased Indebtedness Incurred under the exceed proparaerapla. session nor for more than two only alter approval by the electors vi SECTION U. I. From and after Jaasury 'e 'Ic. 1."
Khali regular
A. Hepworth
... a gi"." n.... I.S I. Mrs whose J. given naino, on this ;7ta day of feeptemT' vision .f this cent of the assessed value of round trIpe in any special or extraordinary said County at a referendum called for I. US. the County Tax Asa_ 1sttb Muad.y k* Jaaaar*. |Me7 *mt m e
M.; ., 1244. that specifying the power functions Ceuaty e< VoUHia. State ot FtoeMa.
unhauns \'AI 1JAMKH -te of the county according session i" purpose mass er tmin ef efllee ef say eae aw.
)I I. : and "If k no" n. residence. un ANTONIO PARIO PEREZ property last assessment for county duties and compensation of Ceuaty saaB anon aU property for State einse St oneia,554ISw5loe.4e1
married Mr* James Mta. n; As AdministratOr of the estate of te the issuance of such I Tax Assessor designated to Paragraph 1ef Couaty. tttfcoei end Municipal tease f :
to SNiDER. and purposes prior to the cad shall likewise to b levied ia County ey tae Stele, L::
bla wife, whose given : P. Pedro Pores Romero, also known as bonds Issued bereunder hail BOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 111 this Section U. pre- pUte
Charles IK hoods. Any sale by law for the esleaaios ee the County. aWard. trtisilDUtricts. 4.
aalae. unknoltn. > Utb ... Mr* Pedro p. Romero deceased serially withia cot to A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Jan..ary .at
.t I* lurk Cltr. N. V; r. hie wife. whose gives I Karfoue'EaquUalda. Jr. M ,payab'e.e..ty-fho. years from the date Amendment of Section 1 of Article XVII assessment roll of the County Tax Asses Special Tax School Districts 1. Any e-oc loon ef the rea *Jtoa>aa
New exceed
street ot all levied by the State Coun and Munlclpauti. In
i unknown residence b the Legislature of the ConatHuUoa of the State of Florida.relatirz or taxes ceaHun herewith t> heeeeyTEaTIMOHT repsatee
..gcSAMAPA.ala in Administrator.aept.2ortl21S.l24t. prescribed "
for aa
.f issuance
S Jl'JARtoT Attorney f has voted to the Amendment e< said Coa ty. County School Board. School District. X. The Legislature lesS al the tegl- -
If married. Mr.-McNamara. ; Whenever any county Special Tax School DUtnct and Muiueipalities .... Set.ion te 149 and) from time totime .E WMXaMGT I
bonds ablution date
FAULKN'ER and if the Issuance of such
>KB of
t her husband ahise In favor of the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE thereafter enact laws specifyiag ta* mereunt* set say n M .
.. .. la ,.nk Mrs Isidore Faulk- m special tax for the and payment the principal OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA SECTION 14. I. From and after .J_ powers, functions. duties and ensapeaistion Or at '*.! ef .. State el at .ai
: TrsKsaor*. Irish Free eJ.,.. his wife whose given Hummingbird and sw Hows Interest oa said bonds shall become due That the following Amendment of ary 1. ;. the County Tax Collector of of County Tax Asseoer dertisuted teh: w* C : t*>-. day le
and if is unknown residence with thereof as the same Con- the of S int Lucie. State of In Piigraph | 01 (hj, aectloo It aa4 :0 :4
M InVrVled. I,. patrick McNa- ; horizonul iurti e. end payable fioftitf withIn the .;count ia ac sbtuUoa at the State of FtanJa. roaucg Florida. sasS collect all taxes levied in shall bass tieS provide by law tog Vbe el Uiaon
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: Ct1CVClalld I:-(sillY IJetcflls ICed Sox lit'I r
r A business man wa because
I I Girl Gets Biggest his new typist WM .14.

I:11, Lctigur Playoff Yesterday _. ,.. ... _..-" .....- '" ... I How They Stand, Fuming he sail, a* she fisttMy

t f I\ At Host on Park ---_ : Penicillin Dose .came here at in:runerWhyf**Y u sheuH have faeea

/ LEAGUES I she asked. "Wit
MAJOR hap.
Moiin 1-nirii For Y NEW YORK (/?>-A 19-year- penedl-
Final Standings old here hold the .
girl record
i First Srrioa Camp Cleveland's] In! s t 2 t e1. AMERICAN LEAftUK for the greatest fray amount of
Club W. L. Pet. '
penicillin received in a concentrated J Straight
No Aiinoiiiirrd. IJyBoiulrraii .
i Cleveland :_-_ 97 53 -.626 period of treatment She!
CLEVELAND INDIANS Boston ___ 96"5a .619 was given 450.000.000 units of the
South ortltIN
New __ _. 94 .Sft .41 1l SYRACUSE-.U-V--The SYT.-
Player AB R H PO A E York v drug during 47 days. ,
.Tfc AtMarta ........ Mitchell. If 501100 Philadelphia __1': '__ 84 /06 43' The gut was suffering from'1 ruse football squad web ....-..

BOSTON, Oct. 5 Cleveland In- Clark. Ib 200500' r Detroit _._ ___... ...___ 78 76'.;..50S subacute bacterial endocarditis, .the season with a tight wteNiagara .....
St Louis ._ 5'). .;.336 has now beaters Ihe Ptar'ple .
lana meet the Boston Braves in Robinson, Ib 2 l' 1 9 0 0Boudreau. a disease in which a damaged,
ss 434350 Washington .... .::... 56'T'! .366 heart valve continually throws '' Eagles to afl 11 eanUs between -
I .be World Series beginning to- Gordon, 2b .._ 4 1 1 2 3 1 ak t tea.r Chicago SI 101:; .336 infectious bacteria into the) the two gritttrea arts I

morrow afternoon in Boston. This Keltner. 3b ._.5 1 3 0 6 0 bloodstream The gigantic doses I']I
was assured when the Indians: Dt by. cf __ 512100' -----t' v -z ts Final StandingsNATIONAL of penicillian cleared up the 1!!i Zaciwry Taylor wanted to ap- f

i beat Boston Red Sox. 83. in the Kennedy, rf ?._ 2 0 GOO 0 LEAGUE- blood condition, and it hasn't returned !,. pent: Abraham Lincoln governor
Club W. L. Pet. 10.I|t the Oregon; Territory but Mrs.
playoff game here yesterday.aft Hegan, c. __ 3 1 0 6 1 0 !
ernoon. Bearden. p ._ 301020 Boston ._ .___ 91 62 .595 Doctors of Beth-El Hospital, j Lincoln disapproved
I. Pitchers first of St Louis 85 69 .552 Brooklyn where she was treated -
for the cam - r--u"
the series were unknown to .the i iI Totals35 8 13 27 17 1 Brooklyn _mu 84 70 .545 said they believed the total I

I outside world today. Lou Bou1t : BOSTON RED SOX 6 tR / Pittsburgh __ u 83 71 .539 dosage of penicillin was the Co theFASTEST
t rose, manager of the Indians who y. New York .. u..- 73 76 .506 largest or one of the largest ever
t I rapped. two home runs yesterday, PlaycrAB R H PO A E Philadelphia _- .- 66 89 .429 given to one person in a short WAY
and batted perfectly all day DiMaggio cf 4 0 0 3 0 0 Cincinnati _..__ _. m 64 89 .418 period of time.

would not reveal the name of his Pesky, 3b 4 1 I 3 4 0 Chicago __ __ 64 90 .416 NEW YORKWASHINGTON
Williams, If 4 1 1 3 0 1.; "
pitcher. .. >. Do You Know That
"I won't say who will pitch for Stephens ss 4 0 1 2 4 0 LOCAL BASEBALL

the Indians until before game Doerr, 2b ____ 4 1 1 5 2 01' ( ) Photo Island City Senior i j
time, tomorrow* said Bouireau. Spence rf __-.1 0 0 1 0 0 t't'aHitchrock Baseball League The rune diameter is 800,000 NEW ORLEANS

That will be time enough. I 0 0 00 0 0 WOULD-BE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA TAC KLER slides elf as Charles (Choo-Choo) Justice. (Municipal Stadium) miles; the earth's 8,000.

didnt let it be known that Gene bWright 0 0 0 0 0 0 : University of North Carolina star halfback moves: into high gear for sizeable gain end first downin
Club W. L. Pet. under the direct 31 Cities in 12 State
Bearden would. pitch yesterday I Goodman, Ib 3 0 0 7 1 0() :: game at Athens. Ga. Saturday. Ted Hazlewood ((81)). hefty Carolina tackle. U clearing way India came
Clowns .___ __ 7 1 .875 of Britain in 1858.
wu not trying to fool anyboiy, Tebbetts c 4 .0 1 3 1 0+; for Justice. North Carolina defeated Georgia.: 21 to 14. .... _.. _. 61 .857 government CALL IOU
but I did not want Bearden Ga1ehouse. 0 0 0 0 1 0' I -- -- .
wor- p.
i --. -- I Sonar School __. ____ 26 .250 England has 48 or your trtttl tint
2 0 0 0 1 London
I rWd.Billy Kinder p n. O. I Elks Club ... _. _._ 1 3 .125 theatres. .
Southwirth. the Boston! - 'One _
WILL YOU SMILE? Trade On One Trade Off F F4nclians
manager, was likewise noncom- Total30:: 3 5 27 14 1 1
Island City Baseball League of the 200-
The telescope tube I
imtal to his selection.
as pitching
H'tchcock walked for i
Spencein j (Army BarracKs) inch telescope 55 feet long
Johnny Sam or Warren Spahn aopear 3th. Heavy ,
i By W. L.
to be the choice of South- -
b-Wright ran for Hitchcock in Atomic Bombers ___10 3 Soviet Russia's industrial and
worth. They are the two bestpitsberg
9th. I Responsibility SubRon Four -.- -- --- 9 2 factory schools are the innocent
the Braves have ant i Both'l
worked of : Score by innings: U. Scorpions .._ .-_ _n ____.._._ 3 9 front to forced labor for childrenand
out turn during the last
; of the National Cleveland __ __ 100 410 011-3 I Conchs m _' _. ._ .- _-_ 3 10 minors. .
part session to car- Boston ._ ._ .._ 100 002 000-3 Two nur e maids: were when-
ry the Braves to victory.
Botrireau called a meeting of Runs batted in: Boudreau 2. ing their infant charges in the Junior Baseball League America is now growing more

the Indians yesterday, right liter Keltner 3, Hegan Stephens park, when one asked the outer (Municipal Stadium) trees and removing less than an
i the c lebrabon making the Clevrl Doerr 2. "Arc you going; to ihs dance tomorrow Club- W. L Pet. 1925. .
|l land win over' the Red Sox. Whit} night" Porter Place Lions 10 7 .583
Two-base hits 2 Kelt-
: Doby ;
I was talked about was not revealed. "I'm. afraid not" she replied. Cubans ._ 8 8 .500 fTVVTVVVVVVTfTTfTTf 'rrV
Only the Indians know whit- ncr Home P k-. I!' "What'!". exclaimed the other. PALs no. ._ .___ 8 9 ..4711I STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
runs: Boudreau 2 Kelt
was the answerYesterday nero Doerr. ; "I thought you were so fond of 1 I TRIUMPH HOW IlnllCr' flYOIlT1
was a great day for | dancing." 3 LOCAL SOFTBALLClass I 111igrpA
Sacrifices 2 Robin- Roust
: Kennedy COFFEEMILL. _
thr Indian in general, and Gene son. .1 "I'd love to go" explainer! the "A" Lju. '
Bearden in particular Bear ten Double pla : Hegan and Gor- conscientious maid ""but to t"l( f J I Club- W. L. PetBob's 7
five-rut pitching rtoppci thy Red the truth. I afraid to lra\
you m 6 1 557 at
don, Boudreau and Robinson ; : Sprt Shop
SQL Gene
earned 1. extra bon.
...... one for notching ao the 20th Bearden. Gordon and Robinson.Stephens j the baby with its mother. Adams Dairy ._ 6 2 750 f" CrwrraAAAAAAAAUAeAA.5AA<<

., Doerr and Goodman. t (SubRon 4 1 4 .250
which eluted him dunnt the regular I """ BEAUTY
seam and the other wit a Left on bases: Cleveland 7, j Veterans __ 0 6 .000 YEAR OF

free ride on the shoulders of his Boston 5. } Sports Calendar ,-
enthusiastic and appreciative Bases on balls: off Bearden 5 : I Class ]1- League!

teammate (Spence 2, Galehouse. Goodman. | Club W. L. Pet BROADWAYCIGAR "

1 Honors also went to Bjudreiu Hitchcock), off Galehouse II| I, Elks Club _. 4 0 1.000 JUjI.'
foe the manager cracked two (Bearden), off Kinder 3 (Bou:j I SENIOR SOITB\LL 'R (IVX1 Flyers 3 2 .600 I. -

home runs two smfles arJ walkd dreau Hegan Gordon). j Eayvicw Park. Nights ti H t0i Kantor's Men's Shop 3 3 .500 STORE .. ....
owe to bat perfectly during; Struck out: by Bearden 5\\ To be announced. ':i y 6. I
the afternoon.Denny 1 610 Duval Street
i (Goodman. Doerr Stephen; :' PAINT
Gatehouse, the Braves' Spence. Pesky). by Galehouse 11 JUNIOR SOFTBALL I TWO OF THE VITAL COGS in the fine Cleveland Indian in- WILL \OU SMILE? SWP HOUSE

starter ant Ellis Kinkr. who i (Hegan), by Kinder 2 (Hegan. i view Park. Afternoons field. Joe Gordon left and Ken Keltner' Cleveland fans are j lOW IIT1'II nu. mt

went to his rc rue in the fourth, Doby). I Bay and MorningsDailv 1 happy that the trade that brought> Gordon to the Indians came I He Was .1I COMPLETEBASEBALL: Whites are .whiter...colors
dad i i beautiful)! Hoo $C ilia
not fool the Indians: at all. Hits: off Galehouse 5 in 3 innings play.SENIOR. cff. and the swap that would ,hare sent Keltner away, didn'tBy i .1 more smood er.
In all they made 13 hit off the (none out in fourth). off I thickness with
two Bu.U>n pitchers.TOI1 .. Kinder 8 in 6. j --- First Burglar (pointing to SCORES glossier surface.SWP keeps
j II.\SEn \l.L LARRY SMITHAP -frethly. psiated" k
-- 1 Wild pitch: Kinder. I well-known millionaire): "How its
).\Y'S ; Winning pitcher: Beard n. j Municipal; Stadium. AfternoonTo Neydea ureaCLEVELrND: I would you like to be in hkshoes ODe ys' longer
f II he announced =The Cleveland Indians undoubtedly would be than before I
Losing pitcher Galehouse. | i ? i ij POPULAR BRANDS of
AltMVKKSIIIKS.: : Army Barracks. AfternoonTo lower m the final 1948 standings today if President Bill Vccck hadn'teOT.pleted **
i Second "I > Inc
Ua.pires: McGowan, Summers.;i j Burglar: am. Thompson Enlerpmet, ,,
(Know America) Rommel 1 and Berry. i I be announced i a trade for Joe.Gordon. and failed to dispose of Ken Cigars and Cold Hardware Divlsiealt

10 ITW Jonathan Edwards, coio- Attei d3nce-33.957. I I Keltner *' The Statue of Liberty holds Phone ltSt
Slat New England CongregationU I Jl NIOR \SEIl\IJ, i Along with the incomparable Lou Boudreau, Gordon and Kelt- her torch 300 feet above the sur- ...

1 giergyman, known as the first 1 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon | ner firma mat. <.hlc veteran infield that combines; timely hitting I rounding sea. Soft Drinks tL, r ..Inr...'
&I'M' Rescuer DiesMARTINSVILLE. Play three times weekly H' r" ;wr*II Will*'"*
1 revival of modern times i wiui aciuL;: ui ,.iu= mj
I I .
born East Windsor Conn. - ---- -
1 }afar 22; n... Died Va.-When I SKATIINOBayview I j To get the 33-year-old Cor- ,improved his hitting. He stands:: I jockeys of rival clubs with a store I
don. Veeck! hid to< give up Allie of ammunition. 1-
1731-James I (closer to the plate and now tries;;
; IrvddL North Henry Bryant. 60. was overcomeby Park. Night i j Reynoulds. now a mainstay of Players have been virtually
t -arokna Jurist appointed Justice gas at the bottom of a 67-foot FRIDAY j the New York Yankee mound 1 to risks use of his full power by |driven from baseball by such I

'f the U S. Supreme Court by well. George Clark. 51-yeir-oll 7:00 to 9:00: P.M. ; staff but the In.3iansboN ranks ;pulling; the ball verbal onslaughts, but Keltnsr / l.,1'

I Washington at .. born at Eden- well-digger, went down to help. I thct swap as the best he ever Youngjr rata have< tried to went right on playin sound baseball I I ;>>

ten N C Died Oct 20. 1799. Bryant was pulled from the well 'TENNISBayview i rude. take Keltnar's job away from daily in the face of torrentsof : :;MtM/d&

tam Moses S. Beach: noted by a rope and windlass, but Clark Park. Afternoonsand \ "I'd late to make a deal like him. but there's no substitutefor abuse pouring from all grandstands : ;: J
r N. Y. Sun publisher& and inter-t was overcome by the gas. His I .
Nights ;that every winter, Veeck says.I steadiness: experience and I i and dugouts.Today
I, or,. son of a noted Journalist inventor body was taken from the well by Daily play. I( Gordon helped the Yanks> ta instinct-and Ken has all in a I i he's one of the most :

J born in Sorangfield. Mass. Lum Carter, who donned a gas '!win five World Series, but tic large necsure.Keltner popular players in either league. tJJz in Refriqerator
Died July 25. 1892. mask to reach him after members The earliest kownn ; argued with your
I. rrnm'tforerunners veteran: seconi baseman iitlnt proved he was a major He has fought or
130--Chester A. Atthur teach of the local I WITH THE NEW
fire department of modern tile ani like his In 1939 i few execu-
:: flamboyant Larry MacPhail: leaguer early in career. : players managers
er. New York lawyer. Vice President pumped air into the shaft. pottery makers;: exited from 12- .I who was president oi the Yankees ho: permitted his name to bs; I 1 I tives or fans. The fans showed

and President ..t Gariield's 000 to 18COOears ago. in the I.when the exchange was made late used: presumably as a prank, on ( their appreciation of the all-star i :
death an 'independent, conscientious Lake. N. Y. Samtorium. born in Nile Valley of Egypt :in 1916. lie Iwa. Veerk and he in application: for unemployment I I third baseman a few weeks ago

President born at Fairfield New York. Died Nov. 15, 1915. I :thinks the Cuy.,>boga river is a:; compensation as a winter-time I when he received more than
Vt. Died Nov.
18. 1886. 1879-Henry Latrobe Roosevelt The Golden Maitlenhi'r! moss .blue: r.s the Danube ure.nployt' ball player. I S8.000 in gifts on "Ken Keltner u rni
UI8-(HOO years ago) Edward Marine officer, fourth of :
once was thought to have the 'That: was the bUtJc: favor The incident provided bench night".siorrei
L. Trudeau physician pioneer in name to be assistant secretary of power of strengthening the i I'* Phail could h J.done: mi.:," i
the scientific: t> atnxnt<< of tuber the Navy born
in Morriitown hair of anyone who used it in awash Gordon say, "I'm .with a great HUSH ) IIN MIDAIR t
\ cuknus. founder of the Feb.
N. J. Died 22, 1936. I oriiri7atitin:'

--. -- --- | Joe cifle-ent r t .'. "."" .. _-_- .i' ._ .__ ,, _y1..z: D
was a player Ri ...; ,...a' HfI": ,., z
11"I' : ALMIXMV I Il\CK IIIUDLES' LLNE:' FOR SHORT GAIN VC.A1NSTAMI\ ;after he donned an Indi ns" unit nS1- > ... ,., hi", ; iO
fo-ro. His fending with Mc J_ ... ;
: !; .
): .
Phi;; obviously! affected: ; his .
..j .. n r. .
f play. f"r n 135. his last ... w ... ..._ .
year .
.....1 -"'" .,
with the Ynk Cordon had the t. ''r ( r..ti. .: I .

JI J Issgua wcr;t career.reason: He of batted his major only r ':..:<:::, ,

I 219! h's home run productian I. iii.A" s.a Just Plug It In.: : ;:
Eiii-np'Hl ta 11 And he drove in i .S

a w'y,+s ,tti 43 runs. i ". :i' :
I 1..1 t \'1'-t-i vvit.i; t" Indian, he I MODERNIZE YOURREFRIGERATOR .:.X
i; pit! :211? out the big; <
bon> < '"t.uirrd in hi, home run owl r ONLY A FEW DOLLARS!

i 1"110', ,b,-teat) in. Ho clouted 23 e
tr.pp. rs a new C'evelsnl! --

mark ;"r i''Ic-l hatters; I
I :'n' (d ii, .;, :T !.3 'ul'H:" ',r.tlnu- i 0 Defrosts refrigerator antomsticsHy every IHcl.LI ;
t u :, <:''-. hie run pace tftsfc year, I 0 Eliminate nccrvaitjr of hand d.fro.(inf sad
'k i iI .
< -r n. t. -tV! i.enttiry; nark .
.n I cleaning out exresa ice and at...
t ? ; .c i J' ',UN I in,
i I
(>f K :tnf>r. Vecik re:nark: th-t Q Steps up the efficiency of refrigerator.. 1!

a Tas IItll't: TO th. heir: tles are the:
i Q Prevents food from drjing out !
ones :you don't make. .
,n t''u iI. 'ut!". pre ding the s Q Increases rife of refrigerator. motor and co .Mer. ;

1947 sj i.;on. Veeck! had the 32-
1 0 Cuts the electric bill-pajs for itelf.D .
year-old third b:se-ran en tnt-:

: ill block. He was attempting t;> p:rk

up a first class starting pitcher Fmt Automatic unit M.. ..

a center Veek: fielder finally in sere a s-\ap up: on a __o c.11y.y mglitI -.......... S sr= S-J2.95

trade. called Neither to Cleveland n frost M th* kissing unit

; gave him a raise and told
him he would stay with the In-

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