The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 6, 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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one of two weeks ago not only, .:
because the former passed over I PARIS. Oct. -Andrei Vishin- I lin's acting mayor. Dr. Ferdinand Friedensburg. thanking the Americans. The flyer, left to right Some little water damage, although not extensive. Roofs which had been damaged I
the 'city but also because residents -. are Capt. John T. King of San Francisco. M/Sgt. James Keefe of Pittsburgh and Lt. Elmer J. Alt- '
sky deputy foreign commissarfrom now of Lodi. Calif I in the first storm and not repaired as yet leaked. *
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aagiiut yesterday' sionn as the United Nations which will -'-' again. There was a further sagging of the bulkhead.; It I

did a fortnight ago. J consider the charges of the West- PresidentOn Off j.i j. Weather will take at least $250,000 to repair Dog 3 Pier. .7

The extent of the damage in I ern Powers against Russia Berlin.jn her i i: i Citizen Publishes), Late : Advisory Building 182, which was a shed on the mole and f t
blockade of western .
the Miami area has not yet been t Reporters asked Vishinsky ash .. .................t which toppled during the first storm, was demolished,

determined. Reports from the entered the hall if he intendedto Another Power WEATHER BUREAU ADVISORY I but the loss will be relatively light.
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Okeecbobee area are that not as "walk out". on the meeting an-1: Tuesday, NO. 11, 10:30 AJ1. EST t I I No vessels of the U. S, Navy were reported as dam- ;
much rain as had been anticipated I he replied: "Wait and see. He I t
Oct 6, 1948-The hurricane was aged. Nearly all the Navy ships took
fell during the passage of'the hur.b gave the same anSwer to several | refuge near Cuba i
is not as acute as had been predicted b other questiork.The : Speaking Tourl'l' After a long struggle against odds. The Citizen went, centered at 10:30 A.M. EST-,I and all were back in port today. t.II .
Three thousand negroes delegate from the Ukraine, t 1530Z-near Latitude 28.0 Longi-:1 Two which i
to press with yesterday's editioa after 7:10 o'clock last night. submarines were about 30 to 40 miles
who had been evacuated from the who voted Saturday with Vishin- tude 77.4 or about 200 miles east i
Thurmond Issues The electricity. all the to the and II from the center of the storm winds of
'Okeechobee area, were ,returned sky against, the consideration, of t power press linotype of Melbourne. Fla. It is- moving I reported about r
today and other evacuees are being the question by the Security Challenge; For Debate t machines went off at 10 a.m. The Citizen' would bay been northeastward about 16 miles I.90 miles an\ hour,but were* t .,. ...
brought back. Council was' not present at to printed early had the electricity stayed on an hour longer. I per hour and is still attended by 1 not damaged. i il
Two small tronadoes that shott day's session. i On Civil Rights; J JI Then the power came OB again at 2:10 pan., The light" J hurricane force: winds over an I : Montgomery
but of the hurricane < Philip Jessup-asserted that Rus-:I I Vent on and there we power tot th. linotype machine It I area about 60 miles in diameter.I AtfBoca-Chica Air. Field*I .. .
houses' W tifea. .*. aia *.tsyiaetotorceth*.Western{( Save :Ila4N. ..*.Ptud: licc.i *. took-,better than *n hour.tort>tiie+eelat-farad..Mttiog j There- re;som ;iDdica. ous.lhat it-was estimated thedblndl: l .fit PMLJ, '. '

Opalocka. ''Sevefi "*olher 171'Powers ou$ of Berlin, so that sh* (II?Tb.. AmMnrttinl Pr*... 1 the type on he linoype machines.'I: ,) the .:storm-may "be increasing]I got up around 85 miles anj SpeakAt t aally
were blown down' by the assume entire charge of conducting I and enlarg- .
may J Then it was discovered that the lines supplying power I slightly in intensity I
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I forth press were down at the corner of Elizabeth and 1ins
(News from Havana today i I added that if Russia was anx- dent Truman today made several I Greene streets. Northeastward movement wilt .with gusts well up toward': Of Recruiters 1
raised the number of dead from ious for the Big Four to meet rear-platform speeches in Delaware !' continue during the next 21 100 miles an hour.
th* hurricane to 11. 'BoaU 'were 1 again Vishinsky bad thcltedo( The Citizen immediately called the City Electric Syc. ,.. a........ .
] as : and is due tonight to speak i hours. Caution advised shipping j|I I In the city itself the wind blew I a Press
destroyed in the Havana harbor: !!:on Monday i it was an'easy matter:' in Pennsylvsma on the questionof 1 tern and linemen were dispatched,! at once to the scene. It 1! over the Atlantic in the path of ,;from the north-northeast at 46 LONDON, Oct LIce anh l r
transportation was brought ,to a 1. for her to attain that end by issuing was 7:10 p.m. before the power came on and the press began hurricane. I I Montgomery, at rally .
j this dangerous miles an hour, sustained for five a rectiiltim
the atomic bomb. lIe will visit ,
standstill and electric power W8s1]|I an order to, discontinue the : ; to function-and delivery .
.. minutes, at the U. S. Weather Bureau today, stressed the importance of
put for the greater part of yesterday I.blockade .. ,New York ani New Jersey before j '-.-'- .--.... _.. .. .- .-----"- : downtown. Gusts bjew up to Great Britain's ttreaftheniac list
Jessup said further that four C. Archer !
he concludes the present tour. ind 60 miles an hour at the same spot.
(Havana. Miami and other cities in Russia are restricted : armed services, even HiaMgji he
will confer with Sec i !
on Saturday sustained wind came at 11:
ces cane along reported the route today of_ the that Pia-I Those against are' the the visits cities of where foreigners.Russiais rctary Marshall who will hive : BOSTON BRAVES' WIN Jells Of rrvoIllurricancg I a.m. :311 I 1 offing.He did not. think that war .ta .in the

and rain subsided shortly after 1 carrying on her production of returneJ to the United States before At the Boca Chic Air Field I
the passage of the storm) I munitions of war. that time. : Weather Bureau experts estimated : stated that m.nh4aVs tea
I Th ; GAME the wind blew at 85-plus miles j cooing has not reached hat *t4f.*
President said he winte-i a FIRST
j an hour from the north and sus- where it settle all querttom
Ifir t-hani report from Marshall Charles Archer 621 Caroline !tsinel. for five minut**. It was es-1'

ELECTION BALLOTS AREAPPROVED I Ion the Europe situation :since t,!I' Tar .\., : this morning .miles an hour. j
I Scpt: "irber '9 when the Big Four
; BOSTON, Ccl. 6.-Breton liravfes defeated circulating that two hurricanes foreseeable future when, man will
.broke off their discussions of the | After 12 noon yesterday the attain that object of all levers of
LAST NIGHT blockade: of western Berlin. i 1 Clevelanil Indians 1-0 in the fire game of the *4R 1: have never hit Key West in the i I storm began picking up peed j ji | peace and freedom
I Governor Dewey is due to holi; same year are i very rapidly. Shortly after 2;00 it:
World h rie- .
{ < | Mr. Archer that was
says forward toward tiie "
,a conference on foreign affairs I R :was moving ,there was no sehool there ..y.
blaster J.e'en'Will' Be, :-r some time this week with John In the firt-l!: "even' iiinuig-( \\\z\ Inilian ina'le t. born October 6, J 1870 during a :northeast at 20 miles an hour and ,j said Albury. 'However aenoot! !i j'
weeks 1
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and two
I I Foster Dulle hurricane !shortly later it was going ahead at'will be resumed tomorrow All
Dixif'i i four (tits, all' *oiinItami: !!, the Hra\e made one later another hurricane struck |22Vi miles an hour.
J. Strom Thurmond, the
lined Oil Voting Lt Tliomsen : I other schools in the county Open
I'I crat candidate for president today I lour Ili,. Bob Feller wa going beautifully, a* was i i, the island. Mr. Archer aid that Y. i I City Manager Ralph D. Spalding ed today"
Machines To Vote challenge! Truman and Dewy to when he grew up Dr. Joseph : sail that so far as he knewno 11 11i I The only men reported iaewed
Reports For Duly debate the Civil RiMs question; Joluiux Sain of the Iira\p : Porter told him of the second ; roofs were badly torn and I in >e terd y'i Mann"" were i U s. ,
For PresidentIn with him He issued the challenge I III Tim batteries were: Feller and Hegan for ., hurricane and of how he. Dr. ,there was no seriou s damage Marine and a attar at tfce N.v.l
tat j Chapel Hill. N. C., where he asserted i Porter hail been caught in it "throughout Key West; I Station. The Marine Edward E
the face of threats of a test ,With VX-1 I II that as President Truman t Cleveland, Sain and Salkeld for Boston : while returning from Drv TorI .I: "We have had reports of only(II]|Person suffered a fracture Jaw I
of the new special act covering I has outlined'! his Civil Rights: pro- i I tueas aboard the schooner two or three trees being blown I',when he fen from a ladder He
elections in the state the Monroe Lieutenant (junior grad) Harry i j gram he should have the counge : Boston made one run in the Jehlh: on one "Matchless". down" said Spalding. "The city is.i I I was treated at Naval Hepitf. .

County Board of Commissionerslast S. Thomsen U. S. Naval Reserve, to debate it. Thurmond stated that hit. Salkeld, the ISra,'es' ha >k >top, walked; Masi i iran keeping the same force of men The sailor P J. Johnaon. of the
T. |'h has no racial prejuiic, but : and trucks busy cleaning up the 1 crew of the PC-11IL eaufM his t f
night the'present of Mrs. and Mrs. Harry
adopted Residents
son that he thinks it is better for bath !iI for, him. Slank. the second Boston bailer, ; 122 city, largely as result of the storm hand: in mooring line at the .height
ballot.It Thomsen of Oak Park, Ill. reported :i I
that the ballots whites cirri negroes to be sere-; I i aNo: was walked, uin-po-ely." Then Holmes singled !of September 21." of the storm and Buffered severe
was expected
late last week for duty with 1! Water fairly deep cuts two ..
gated Ask Assistance was in cerI on fingers.At
will be printed some time I j ,II the of the .
I\Ia..i i home. IttH+ !\e'OIul hit game
Anti :- Submarine Development I I Main streets but say for Flagler the Naval Station the Nan
new Under' week.the laws the master Squadron ONE (VX-l) at Boca j Criminal' Court j jI off Feller.In : A total of 122 residents of th- avenue the Old County Road I.I Hospital the Naval Air Be a
which still under water this total of about 2,080 dependent. af
Chica Field. j ninth Cleveland Kellner far Monroe (
lever mav be pulled on the voting I I the got a* in city have applied to the
morning there was no noticeable the Naval personnel and civilian
machines only for the presidential He WAS Graduated from Oak mind l bane Elliott but Jndiiirh : County chapter of the American I I
error by .
on an
;i damage. employes were given houing
candidate All other Park Ill. High School in June, :i ila. Convenes Fridav : Red Cross for financial assistance: yesterday
be .*, and trom Iowa State College I i was unable! to pull the ,game out of the fire. Boston !! < result of the hurricane of Citizens reported today that the .
and offices must r! a
state county
I I tide: was the highest they had ever I At the Naval s.. on. Bud-lings,
Iowa in December, 115 ,
Ames, J ba of 1 to (0). 21.
pulled individually, it was.statd.W He entered the Navy August I' Criminal Court will. convene won "score September :seen it along!: the north side of 56 and I 123 were turned ink new
in _.
Franklin Archer mechanical ; In come: emergency case_ relici Ii
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1942 ani received his commissionas c'TV Fridav hereafter to receivePtiilty Roosevelt boulevard. shelters for mothers with young
custodian of the voUne machines October, 1944 pleas from prisoners Judge ;; ; has already been given: disaster "Had we got as high a wind as children. Stove provided hot for
an Ensign in Chamber Board from the regional -
was on hand at last niehrsmeeting : Lieutenant Thomsen has just 'Thomas S. Caro announced to- Two Men Held c relief workers here i we got in the first storm the:I mulas for the young cteMren,
of the County Commissioners reported back to active duty with 'dav. (I office in Atlanta, said to ;,whole upper end of this island : while ice boxes kept other food

to explain the details of the Navy after having spent a Heretofore, the Criminal Court In TheftRalph To Be SelectedVotes day.Included I would have been flooded" was cold. .
the proposed ballot. year as a civilian in research and had convened every Tuesday for Pump : in the application the opinion expressed today by The Naval Radar Station at
It was explained today by John development work in electronics the purpose of receiving pleas of are those of 21 commercial fish- 'John England Monroe county supervisor I Boca Chica Field verY accurately
England county supervisor of et Air Proving Ground Elgin guilt. The change was made to Albury 419 Grinnell i will be counted tonight. ermen who lost boats: 16 are a- king of registration. I plotted the pth of the storm I
registration, that the ballots Fit W. Florida : rK-rniit members of the State -.treet and Benjamin Stirrup in the election of a new board of that their damages to boatsbe The only school building which Commander Vinock said today i
must be nri"tcd'oriJy for the Mrs. ThomsPrt. daughter of Mr. Highway Patrol to testify on the 1014 Elgin street are in county directors of the Key West Chamber repaired. and other requestscame was damaged yesterday was Division Police headquarters were
absentee ballots will go out IS and Mrs. James B. Allen of Paw- sane dav they come here to give jail waiting preliminary arraignment of Commerce. from home owners whose Street School according: to manned by five police officer
days before the general election,. huska. Okla. and her new daughter driver tests .. before Peace Justice Ira The membership is asked to, dwellings: were damaged. |Willard M. Albury, superinten I throughout the storm yesterday
November 2. .. connection with the The Red Cros; asked that all dent of public instruction. Water They were Police Chief Joseph
Linda Jill born September 12, There will be no need for the Albury in ( select 12 names from among 24
The County Commission took Fla. and motor from those in need of assistance to leaked through the roof and tore : Kemp, Lieutenant Harry Lee
are residing at Valparaiso, at patrolmen to come down here theft of a pump of the highest; name which were
other action last night except but will of former Sheriff Karl make applications as soon as possible. loose some of the plaster. I Baker and Ray Atwelt and Pa
nu the present time, join t"nr"h week now Judge the home selected by the first voting of all
(Continued On Page Eight) Lieutenant Thomsen in Key Westin Caro said. O Thompson 1029 Fleming the members of the organizationMARALOY :! "Because workmen today are t (Continued On Page Eight) .
Division Street School
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t. tiered at JC y wwt "You never can tell about anythingin Fir central standari' vk- ;
: tract one hair|tar __11\&..standard LE born Oct. i.l! readers. Out job is to serve readers. : yours for the \aJ DC. M the \
I( z' ..lUIalUl. Aa..datod..r "hues Prow ASSOCIATKD la .scl."eI poet..UUe4 t.t life that the future has to decide. That two hairs.act. .. (1$7' at La Chaux-de-Fonds.., And so when The Associated Press asked me to do 500 information which mark. you off

. t I tN "r. Hpr.dstt/N .C all .... I.41apatche.IM. pao-r.ere4ltHI sea may be a good bet for somebody." I 1 i Switzerland Charles-Edouard words on "How to read a newspaper" was stuci. My first. from the slave. iD ....... *n4 I!9 i
is tt M aeL etberwta.. cr.dit..... 4 THIOVCH>H OCT. Jeanneret-Gns of watch- : makes you a free man.
1 son a Standing oni
._ aM IecaI --. t eaf + It was that inability to peer into the answer was: "Why. read it any way you please. t ti
I I Marsh.. 1 f----- ""1 maker. Turned i around tailing II i ii j
f I. Tuesday I i your head if want to. Because we go
InscaP'TIO'l IUTEIl' future that caught Havana 0:00-Aoneymooa ta N. T. El ; you
: architecture tate niitlales ttl-dIe
*" Amonff
) i .11 wUh Jnteli -
} : ..... Tw I ... Breakfast Club bc: fS.I / f"f"t i readers they should read their paper with care, cr : .
: I s _Ita Tiestb. morning while a hurricane was roaring \ at 18 and claim- j I i like: United S>te* a *al. d-,.... i i
FoUlc ct forbid) anything
l' 2.TI Barnyard *- hqence.. or between -lines (heave, or .. .
,,, .. .
I. Y.atal ed the first ] crottrt b tor
, U'6. idaiti Lee. toward it. Havana went to bed as- ':!4-Tio. Cle.elaadalreinbiCob : 1. 1 I that. Indeed we think we'If i. rent ., i
FBeie Show
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r corner wine 'Jj .0g:1zct.
: Jr .
t ffaakly sured the hurricane would pass into the W-00-Fred warts; Showob.Music dows. Adoptedhi leave readers alone. reation his entertaSnic&it' He: T. .

t l .-.'" ..YcaTlIIJIG... leapt. p. Appiie.Ho.BATE ... sea west of San Antonio, 200 miles away story For Drama Too--cbMj *.M i i : maternal I I But do we really? Isn't there: uj;.l fer,: }.hisftjUltUralandj r>I. OntaIt ? ;)... J i,

: director of Felih Observatory 10.30. -Hoar .f Serbia beTW : ", grandfather'sname i a role readers have to play.even srienfitjMife! 11" jffm--or; : hisfwafiftfefes 'and rive .-
A'Bctat.lo91Ctt but as Godfrey Hair-ebI' !I ,
I' t .. sJ
i. All e.r1a'aot3se. caJ'da" aMa ka, r.Mli>U.M Sal It with Moito-rob* as an more important than plunking to' gLM ''cr b : ,. :
... .. .. .. .WIM in that city said ,in a broadcast last night, 11 -Breikast I ? .........
,1I r. "'haI'ras- -mer. la HoDjWeod-abe '(I down a nickel on the newsstand cuitsfor breakitfij r. ff] i
,. r. at U. r&t. of It c*au a 1I... < '' architect. using ; ,
like snake and 11: -SerUla S%! bra.-clAheraeea be i It back the
I for Mit.rtalaB> at br ckorchea from which. the hurricane zigzagged .a 1 I goes to primary. pur- If a reader reaozes SM open-'
: .... .. 5 teats a ItawIt. o n of j.-ar.: civilis1H1
I n. Ie bd d.rtnd see headed northeasterly directly toward pose newspapers." tin and useful potential of pews
.... ..dtee 4ta- then
CIt1I.. la aa .b.a tonmaabU his ]
t"- e..nrs ., U._ aM ....JecU ,- /acwZ or 12:00Welc6m. Swith Tra.elersab.wt. Half-Horn-yobs 'j ( purist paint- I Newspapers exist not simplyto papers he will read them farmore
} i..rd .t lit it. tits at' .,abUah aava7mo.e the Cuban capital. 12.30-Worda sad .. La c..1ouiiu ms. .Chief inform, although that is one effectively-* will tike the ( MIGl1 CPIs
: : The director said the hurricane struck Ulll_ Slater at launch-tuba 1 opponent of Frank Lloyd Wright, way to put it What >; the pur information hs is iff ef+e4'Ifaad -

1I 1- like a snake and caught Havana asleep. 1_ Mosle Half he champions skyscrapers in pose of the information Isn't it forge it into a weapon( deraoe- 1'h.IIIANG OKiteOmawoo
1:IS-Happy CMC- nb2JO parks. Serves U.N. order that readers be bet ;
I on buildingcommission. in
: may .
and Purify -
lie will
I snake turnedin .. racy preserve:
He explained that, had the -Double Nothing-at* rdiewI.pd y bwpwe
Qaeen for a Day-nM I I ter citizens-tnori: active citizens! his liberties with .it m the sap oldie UIIUWe
: the day time his movements would have 2 Je-.Serial.* for SH. bra._bfirMe I Isn't it in order that they may Ron eight sad cspsl tadtaBhiecoi .
asks loom gum
@ 1948KET And ea the newspaper to>> kelp
and Groom- to* so
"UIlIlIllIIItII""I"'IIIJdIII1II! RI""""" ",",
do their better
been detected and Havana would have The Hope Cheat mba part in making of a reader is th.:: Be aware of and aJ main to taedtf aa4
1:))0-ldea! Be leatc41ItI- communities and helping to at- Iaa1 tow, made a.4 bfoatMdtoaconswflbraoc
been prepared for his "reception, but Key West In what you ar getting.
Benaon Show-mb* tain peace and otherwise helping ,.TaU r wake till the snake JO-The House' Party rt* Take this material, which bottle 0f Craoawteea
I Havana did not up mankind along its loan and difficult D> attt yon a
GO-Hlut Hunt &-cba comes to every day or twice
you wide die dMlcntaikAM Tar swat lib
road out of darkness into
t : struck.Heater's Second Hosaymoonabe1:30WHuer Take AH- b>| Days Cone By light? a day and with it strengthen and the wry it quickly a**?* dw co sih
: "You never can tell" not enlarge life. Take it, and hive lath
jMPE09>EItSNT3' !FOB WEST: iCO-Treaiory Band cba What citizens do with tha: information your or you are 10 your atoiMr
Kiddies Hour tweet repeat 1 br. AS TAKEN FROM FILES make something
and baseball your
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN: only applies to hurricanes I later)-abc an4 mba i OF THE CITIZEN OF they get from: news- worthier of your aspirations. CREOMULSfONWhite
else that lies in the Is the vital thing. It is
but to everything OCTOBER 6. I93S papers Take it, and act-on an *ver- f oCoaghsCkestColdserorkikl
hurricane I | summarized in the words of National -
\\1 I a. .: L 1 Men+ Hotels and Apartments. future. At one time the was NETWORK PROGRAMS Newspaper Wetk's: slogan1;; '-- --. ..............-
?, Beach and Bathing Pavilion. headed toward Key West which would Tim i I'...tUA.u.....". Forster" ; I Key West Lions at their meet- "Your Right to Know Is trw Keyto ------------------------n -

.... 1. Airport*--Land and Sea. mean that it would pass west of Miami, Cral Manirtf Subtract. .*. hair fare.aistaia ing tonight will entertain District All Your ,Liberties. N2W3

..; : C Consolidation of County and whose is 91 miles east of Key hur' s.m tUMart. IKlt ttatia subtract. ctiani twa Deputy Tarantino. Pres- papers and newspaper men:have .
i longtitude hair .( ta fit local sclKduMf. ident IL E. Day has celled di-
'..- city Governments. ruy not struggled: arid sacrificed for I FOR.SALE !
...1 t all hurricanes Lat nUnot fwfjram eh***** cannot '
I 8. Community AWiItOI- U1X1.w West. But the hurricane as b* Micli>d... tfWIONUOAT ; I rectorsmeeting to precede<< the the right to d SCQer.and! ;Jejl the i

': :.. do chose its own course, as a result of regular meeting.. news, down through, trie years, .I

+- which it passed 20 miles east of Key West oaotu* .* I Pay day was arranged today for just marks for on the white sake paper.,of making' black .. '; ;

:-: : i and continued to edge toward the east so Iv..a.19DHaws ... county employes by the assign- I
This struggle cf .mankind was
:: Report IS KIL-eM
: : .. that its center passed over Miami. J .trMAt Every Dar-cba ment of ferry accounts to the general to make facts*not onlv known ..1'
Network Silent Hour-abe-at After the
=- Dear Folks: But to return to baseball. That 2 to 1 i KhMlM Hour InpeatlibctatNetwork : revenue. payoff.County" but operative: Free_speech ra
Clerk' Ross said
Sawyer : ,
,?! = Writing these daily monograms "may be a good bet for somebody." I Kiddle Hour Silent((1 repeat IIr.-mbo-eaa&)-rob -.etI $300 will be left in the county dynamic business. It is a two-wa
:is-Sport.: Music TimeabeGuest treasury. street, and nothing any newspaper I NEWSPRINT}
would be a soft task were it not for the I Talk Time-cbi : prints is of the slightest
things have to betaken "Ladies Ready-To-Wear Clothes." : -Neww&st by Thre_nt>o value until it is read and enters :
:.; fact that so many 1 Lowell Tbomu (repeat ID-Cbft : Telegrams Were received here I
what the hot weather about : -Sapper Cln >-nbc-b*.i. United into the thinking of the reader I
into consideration! if you get Naturally, with today from States Senators -
I Th Beulah skit-cbNew I Once it is in his thinking, the seed j
I and Commentary-ab Andrews and Pepper stating 500 'Sheets '
I I -: La meant. over. Fulton Lewi. Jr. mb that they are active in trying to for action has been planted I
: THE ORACLE 7.1S New, and Comment -aba I obtain a federal loan for the con- And .:0:1 say that the first: need 25 '

Ii! j .. r Faith and patience are great assets taS Commentary-abe Show-cb* I struction of a fresh water pipe is to read a newspaper with 8'/2x11.' C
: .
Dinner Darmba7:30Smoothie. :
and wonderful aids if you have,them when Tub.bsSob ] tine to Key West. awareness. With awareness of
citizen's role to utilize the in- .
'Crosby d.b-cb* the .'
:. URGES UNITED NATIONSCOMPROMISE you need them. Lone Rrfnger I>ramav aba I. Miss Susan LaKm, president of formationhe is getting. He"\1ses'

\ -:. 7:4S-X.w.New Comment Comment-mb-nb* the Junior Woman's Club, has that information to c-sess the THE 1:
method of New Broadcaat-cb. ,called a meeting for tomorrow men and women to whom he has J
Art is simply a right doing .
Sport afternoon.R. He Artman Press
:; given political authority. t. ,
: : & Da wood-nbaMr
thing-s.-Thomas Aquinas. How about a f: -Blondl*
The late Folke Bernadotte, who wasj' Chameleon Drama-CMTtoe .. I I uses it to govern many of his own
method of doing things right? Is that also >.Amatenr Hour-Abe: C Roberts keeper of the I most important decision: in business iI i-
= : anawlnated by Jewish terrorists in Jerusalem art -Great Special Afent GlUUrtlMTt-mblI -nb American Shoals lighthouse ar- in his private and professional : t CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 1

{ _- had prepared a report to the General Dr. Christian Drama pam.-mba-cbHigh rived in Key West today for a I affairs. He uses it in determining /
AdTcntnre. i vacation of a month. his interests, hb rec- .---.J
j', '- Amerhbly, which was receued by the GOING DOWN INTO THE OCEAN I.,U-Billy. thiffr ROM TanrDba Commentmba.ASTb. I' I .--- ---- -- -- ---- --- -, --.. -.- -- ..
United Nation Organization in Paris after Tour Song and Mine-cb* j William Arnold, agent for tie .
I Mlltoa Hens Florida Motor Lines in Key West
his murder. Somewhere off the Gulf of Guinea, t:IS Gabriel-New.l1utter.Broalcut-mb. I left this morning for Miami for

t In ''a 101-page report, the late mediator west of Africa, in the month of September t; O-District. Attorney Dram*-aba 'the purpose of having a conference -

I ; declared that the United Nations<< must James Groacho Utlton)lars CoJHart-cba Quit-abc I with officials of the company -
..s_., t ? Professor Auguste Piccard and Max Hollywood fctonr-mb 455 *- : When You're on Your
I t I f force a -'compromisesettlement on both Cosjns will attempt to descend two and .. -New* for S Minutes-mk*

= Arabs and, Jews if the Palestine war i is to one-half miles into the depths of the sea. 10;00 Winner--The Big Take Story AlJ-Cba Dramav; -aba 1 j Miss Florence Jarrett has: been J

I .: be permanently! ended. 'He predicted, of The record we understand, was set BloC Crosby'orum-mb SbowabeOpluiooatre .elected i',mediate as-the department leader of of the the inter First

I course that both the Arabs and the Jews by Dr. William Beebe, in 1934, when he 10:30 Capitol-Curtain CJoa\uQem-cba Time\ Drama: -noo I Methodist Church. Feet
1 I
:: : will balk at the solution of the problem but I descended 3,000 feet. The scientists will Meredith Dance Orcbetra UUlaon: -Show mba -abO I Stay Refreshed I

:; i ;; said that in the end, they would have to make their descent in something like a II:OO( -New* **,Dancing Variety.HourAbcs. X br*.-cbaXw ;I Nilo in Leon Key West former now baseballjplajer captain I ,

J: I I : accept. any decision: which the United Xa- diving bell, including] a cabin in which they 11.1*-New. Dance* Variety Land 2 to bra.1--nbo mba 'of a nine in Tampa arrived todayto I I

i : : dons was determined to enforce. will reside and other mechanism designedby 12:;00-OaneioK Continued-abe-weM visit relatives and friends. H
i -: Explaining that some basis for a Professor Piccard some forty years: ago. Today The Citizen says in an I p

peaceful settlement. can ultimately be I Naturally, the scientists: are risking Your HoroscopeWEDNESDAY editorial paragraph: I _
:. : Bernadotte said that "the i i "Give the neighbors half a
j. i, their lives in the extreme descent and even chance and they'll do all the necessary I
:: conclusion )is inescapable that at some OCTOBER 6,
the smallest error can bring,certain death, I worrying about your personal .
:- juncture, vital decisions will have to betaken because, at the depth they hope to reach, 1948-A day of strong desire, giving -' affairs. I If
i mind and
an eager a pro-
} :- by the General Assembly if a peaceful the pressure of the water will be some- gressive disposition. The marriage "

: settlement is to be achieved." lie added thing like 250,000 tons. aspects are doubtful and f Tour Grocer SELLS That Good

J : that "this juncture has now been reached." It is not given to a layman, unversedin great care shpuld be exercised
in the selection of a partner in I STAR BRANDAMERICAN :
It is too much to expect of course, that the problems that perplex scientists, to life, that disappointment may

'; .; the..Arabs and Jews will recede from their understand exactly what the brave men not follow. The danger lies in i rni7'lF17
r the intense affection centeredin and CUBAN ViUrriJf! :
: extremist: demands in connection with the expect to discover but the exploit I :
represents this degree, and disap ._'
any -' Try A Pound Today
i Palestine problem. Nevertheless, the the eternal quest of man to ascertain pointment is intense --4L ..
United Nations faces troublesome issue -- -- -- ---- '
!. a the facts about his: universe. i
: that must be determined, if necessary, by

-: the interest of the world at large rather
The Summer vacationists are now at

than the interest of any special group. home resting, or would one say recuper- Overseas Transportation

-. Consequently unless the United Nations ating. ;

-. is ready to get out of the Palestine picture Company Inc. .
i -. altogether, should make up its mind on The trouble with most of the coopera- ,
I a compromise settlement and, if prepared tion in business is that the consumer, in the Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service l

,... to enforce anything enforce the terms of long run, pays for it. -betwMa- 4 ra

its decision. MIAMI\ \ and KEY WEST -

Y The human race, for all its boastingand 0.5 Pl
t. puffing, is merely standing on the
i. I ttWHza Miami and Key West
threshold of knowledge. l 1 Y b

,, Amid the rumors as to Russian production -

f .: of atomic bombs, it is interesting to CHOICE HAD TO BE MADE Express Schedule:

,; call attention to the statement of General (No Stops En Route)
:.: A. G. L. McNaughton[ of Canada, who declares The Western powers, awaiting the SUNDAYS) al 6:00 P.M. Ar.

that "despite feverish Russian attempts final word from Russia, are in full accord, rives at Miami at 12.00 o'clock Mid.

: to produce a bomb," the United: according to the statement of Foreign night
States! Britain and Canada have leader- Secretary Ernest Bevin, in the House of SUNDAYS) at 12.00 o'clock Midnight -

.: chip In atomic energy developments. Commons.Mr. and arrives at Kay West at
6:00 o'clock A.M.
: General McNaughton says there is no Bevin says that the Western ,JI

.' excuse row for hysteria and adds that the flowers will continue the air lift throughout Local Schedule
j (Stops At Intermediate Points)
= democratic nations have perhaps five the winter if necessary and that they I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT 1 ,

.: Ye&nluln which to try to reach a system on have agreed upon measures to be taken if !. SUNDAYS) at $:00 o'clock :
A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
.; :; international atomic control before a time it fails to supply the population of the o'clock P. M. I

:: :!pr hysteria_ really arrives." western sector of Berlin. He adds, how- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

ever, that the major nations have not com- SUNDAYS) at ':DO o'clock A. M..and
::- arrives at Key West at $:00 o'clock
Nearly any adult can tell you what is mitted themselves to war against Russia. P. M. I Listen to "CLAUDIA"WKWF '
.:: : the matter with the The British official I Ask for it either tray loth ; 11:15
,younger., generation.. makes it plain A.ML fI
that Berlin will not be surrendered by the FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE trade-marks mean the same thing. ]'.

:::: Haircuts are still 15 cents in one Ohio Western powers which regard it .as a FULL CARGO INSURANCE I BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOIITT OP TNt COCA.CO1A COMPANY IT r a t'

:. town with hair tonic free, and if Truman "symbol of resistance-a salient" where a I MAIN OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton fc cads' Sts. KEY WEST COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

"':. is really opposed to inflation he will send "choice had to be made either to stand I PHONES: 92 AND 93 I e Was....4..4.I.t...... 1

-. .the barber a medal. firm there or'to come to another Munich." I 1

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I : .. r>f the Sarir P-nliament de-

? cded?t a rrrent se'ion to apply

f-r Jfce ,,mUsaon of Switzerland ]
to the :United Nations Educa-j l i

tionaL. Scientifie and Cultural.

Oigzruzation.A roccnrnen-la. '"'n to thi .I I

1 .f 'fie I I tt f r "... the pqrr'nr f'n'arw foreign T. ,. 2s--- :

; ti affair* Mmmjwu; ao- -A t
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# x spite the i'ltnt un-nimui rote
'\:1',1. srout.s erwersa t"
f v, *! t S...'. ---p-p iT

UNESCO might tvnhtaPthem" -' ...., I
Swit wrl.-ui'a 'r..dit.nt "
.trality. im'11" fears h-"v
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$ shin of the United Nation; i.
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L of 1.67 per cent to the UNESCO 4 ; 'NA.

budf*t The chamber finally approved _
the commission's recommendation -
after Foreign Minister .

.' .. I ., .. '! __. ,....e ;..- Max Petitpierre had assured .. .< . <::-.J#. .........;:. _. i
:" the deputies that the constitutionof ti in a epnctw'
(its WtrtfphctW1ULAM

HENZLER (seated in center 24, cf Omaha. Ntbrasl zerland's withdrawal at anytime known as a corn cob pipe)was presented to Go** Thames, E

k*. relfxtsjR Pet Maine. .ltf r gttting parolt from a Georgia ,if the government consid-l Dewey by the Chamber Cemmerco at Washington. feUifour f

'"t pt14a11. ,H. firmed six mentis cf term for a lining bt claipaegh crest the organization might interfere wheat the asp\iblican presidential nomiaee stopped there. for-acampaign

did not, HenzUrV wU.. Donna (rlflhtU 32. and hU with the country's neu. speech. The speech'was madefy! old fashioned Joch-

4 .rothe ,jjfl-law. Stephen Beck,..? (left) .9! Mitchell. S. Debt tralyty or vital interests. ligbt., At left it Mrs. D.wef. .

4. Uip.d allldaTiU which won the parole. Beckaer; .n- he M I ...,
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4 t ;.. seeking' additional evidence to ,ot. a full pardon for. Heazler Bull Moose -.- .

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I' *' (JD9WJ ..rlca) Shocked! BUTTE. Mont (*) Bull,

4. .. Paul A. Porter, lawyer former moose at best are ill-tempered

4' aprrtal assistant to the President, Two burglars had broken intoa follows and autumn is when for the Advertisers
former OPA director,, born at tailor's shop and were sorting they're at their worst .-x> a Butte
*)J 4Jln, Mo 44 residential "-'TP.tI POI RK ruRBLACKFACE sad PAYMENT
I years ago. area, breathed easier
out some suits when one of them TYPK I' for ciasefird adrertlsniCQla *-
: Lauirncp A. Stcinhardt, the after a 1200-pounder was killed
4 f sqw one.marked $85. i* invariably in advance, but
I'Ambj ador to Canada, born inn by puttee in climax to pursuitby Aoverttaementa wader 1 2iH: I .w York City. 58 years'ago. "R rt. Ionic at the prim of that automboile. The animal had be Inverted la The ( .at mar bare. their advertise-
he the rate of 2. a word for e.t h 1..rUoA. mr.sts charged.PCOLICATio's
said. it's downright
4 ,. Dr. Clarence C. Little noted one "Why, trampled tnqnv lawns and flower- .. but the mlnhnum charge for DEADLINE
4 .t Bar Harbor, Maine biologist and robbery! beds and frightened residents he first IS words or less is Me. To Insure publication copy most

many I'he rate fur hlackfaee t>_ U 3<- a be in The Citizen office before tl
"'canter researcher, born in Brook GlI1IfIJI1I QDIftJ"\PI" 1JU1UII1IIIIa. before he wr ? felled.tIIII1IIIIIIIlIIIIt1IUIJDliIDIIUlIIJIr.I' .r.>rd. and the mlalmnm<-b:.rat for o'ohtrk in the morning of the da.y
'tlihe. Mass. 60 years ago. the first IS w rJs la 4Sf- of publication.

Owen Davis, Jr. actor barn in .C.S. .
4 ,NeYl/ York, 4) years ago. I 1'.
Janet What's All advertising 1* accepted under the following conditions: In tae
Gaynor actress born in Doingat
4 y. 1021 Dural Street rent of error in advertising, transient or contract. The CiU.." will b*
: r.Chicago, 41 years ago. the rekponmble onl for the first insertion in Classified rcftUlnK. and IIIlib. I
. .. Helen N. Wills tennis star. DEFENSE FORCES"iBK for only the artnai amount of space occupi.. part of tbe advertisement wborc the error occurs.
'bprn Calif 42 SERVICES
iq Centerville I
4' PROGRAM . .'. .. -. .- I.
-years ago. I I YM.C.A. U -'! - - -

I' *, U. S. Senator Bncn McMahon'!':, 4t1Ui1111U1Ul1111iGUj ...... ......- Jackson Square. Whiteheadand FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1I J FOR SALE
tnt Connecticut born Norwalk Ji
4, Southard Streets
Co ui, 4i years ago. i iU j, MONDAY
. >( 1:00 I Furnished 2 1.Z-room apartment 3-tedroom furnished MacArthur
KM.-5.00 P.M. umlun.tui41U1SrrtipuhllljI 1 IWUJIInUUUf" .
'eland,1 t '
David Dietz of Cle j 7"- Writing
4 Utilities furnished. Children I home. Price, $12,000, easy
4 > n4tvd science editor born in ; Room Pool Ping Pong I MONDAY: under 1 year acc ped.pply' I| t'rmiJoh n & Johnson.

4 > Cleveland, 51' years ago. j I IJ i Tables Showers -.. 9:00 P.M.-J,kc Box Dance. 915 Windsor Lcne. I Phone 372. octltfGray
t. Uai ,Gen. St Clair Street ol I Sewing Ma 9:45 P.M.-Truth or Consequences ocU-UI l lOne i
, .the Air Coips born in Washington chines. <
D. C-.55 years ago. 1:I I I 7:30 P.M.-8.3U 'P.M. Spanish I Show." Qm efficiency apartment, for rna.ine'engines and service.

WUIiaiM S. Key of Oklahoma ',.1 Beginne s Classes I 1Q:15 P.M-Dancing continued couple. "Paul'sTire Shop. i C. R. Smith opposite' Firestone

City ail producer major general, Senorita Beruldo I lTUESDAY4 l oct2-5t !i Station Marathon: octl-lmo .

burn 10 DadleyviHe. Ala, 59 :I Remand Instructor. 7:30( P.M.-Shuffleboard Seat -

years ago.Intertsiiiig. I TUESDAY | sione en the patio Furnished 2-bedroom apart: mE'nt Hoover-Vacuum cleaner, 2300.
?n,00 A.M: Bowling for- Navy i' .e -(lU rtisE'dt'"'1 children accepted. $80.00 W Notes Y Wives! at U. S. Sub 9:00 P.M.-Little Theater plus utilities, until December 11F 1-M. oct2-tf

I Base Bowling Alleys. Gro u p Reeharsal tat $97.75 for season. Furnished '
2:00 P.1Na'.y Wives, Swimming ; (Service }X'rsonnelwelcome 1-bedrom apartment i Wh'te enarcsL $275. Outside
A bird j wing, composed of .individual U. S. Naval' +-'i- '
*" to attend couple only $55.00, plum tt white paint $2.75. and $3.75 per
feathers u a more Base '
i aru" take ties. Phone mornings, 1185-R. .
part). gallon.uo.. 50-ft V garden
instrument of flight than 7:30
j PJII.-U. S. Naval HospitalPatty
V/EDNESDAY: UC\ -e--" .s. hose $3.95. Doharty & Co. 546
lf e wing membranes of ell other : .
I : jointly with
1-00 PM Hospital Fish Phone
Trip Olivia, 1597.
flying frxxn butterflies
I Red Cross '
Double furnished apart- oct4-6t
I t. baU- garage
(2nd Tuesday).
I ;. m nt. Electric kitchen. $50.00 ... 1 ,
\ Quintuplets are so rare that J j P.M.: -U.Entertainers S. Naval Hospital to the j I, 7:30 P.M.-Shutfleboard Sessions garage includ d. Year-round Marine motor, 85 h.p. Chris-

j I only a few cases occur throughout .Wards, (3rd Tucs-l! on the patio rentaL 1301 Leon Street i Craft with 2 to 1 reduction
I (supervised oct6-ltx condition. Needs
the world in hundred gear good
any dav).
1 ye rs. WEDNESDAY I:I BOOP.\I.-"Ye Ole CountryParty" new manifold. Motor at Reese

1:00 P.M.-11:00 P.M.-Billiards.:i I featuring Furnished one-bedroom apart-i i[ Bros. Garage. Price $190.00.

The ,nrien: Chinese customarily Ping Pone. Writing'I I Square Virginia Dancing Reels and meat, bath and electric kitchen. oct4-3t
I offered a guest in the house Room, Sewing Machines. -i 506 Greene Street, next to City :
a<< p, 'e. Indicating warm I l i THURSDAY: Irish Keels etc. HalL oct6-3tx FOR SALE-TRAILERS

w t4t,-me. 2:30 P.M.-Hosoital Pat I e nte' 3:00 P.1J.-5-00 P.M. Classesin '
F,5hing'Partv.. RENT-APARTMENTS ,i 1942 Reo semi-trailer. Perfecti
join basic FOR
It U correct to wear glovesat pmirram. N.C.C.S.-'I era phy. photo- AND ROOMS' j i i, condition. 2750. 1115 Margaret -

very formal teas.LEGALS YM CJV. and Red 9.30 P.M.-Pam"e. John Prit- Streetoc26tx

Cross. chard and his. Or- The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming
1:00. P.M.-Navv Wives' Physical -) ch 6tra. Vocals by Street, has an efficiency apt. WANTED TO RENT

Fitness Class, the members of and several sleeping rooms va ,
/ I 1 TIIK LIKI IT ( 01 HT UP TUBt.M'.trXTH 2:00 P.M.Navy Wives Club. the Theatre Qroup cant. Low weekly or monthly .1 3 bedroom unfurnished house
Jtllldtb ('IIM-VIT 6.30 P M Boxine Cla!: FRIDAY: rates. cctl-tf by naval officer and family.
'r Tllt' TTi OK t'a.Ultllt. Wilt knee for two-year period.
a.OO P.M.-Juke Box Dance.
8:00 Nite .
I, lAn you MU\HOK fUI\Tt.. P.M.-Variety .
1 CaU 9291"Lt Panda
) write
l, IMAM'"""'. THURSDAY Bridge, PinochleMovies. FOR RENT-BUNGALOW or .
('._ \.. II-SISruiniitr. 2:00 P.M.-Seaplane Base Pool Box F.P., c/o Citizen Office.
I lt ..umT.L Iota,
I '
Navy Wives. SATURDAY: Two bedroom bungalow screened ,-t. oct4-3tx

:, 4..aT.II."... LKi, r un o11cKi 1:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M. Sewing 2.00. P.M.-Town Tour" porch all electric kitchen two
y T).'..ndt.L Machine Typewriter : photogenic Key car garage, beautifully land 2-, 3or 4-room Unfurnished
! f OMItKM OP rt 1.U'ATIO'l Writing Roon\>+. West (sign in advance scaped. No pets, $12500 peri Apartment or small House.
f "MI \''TIC'.: :
TO AfPKtU S Bath. Call Phone 1063.
1 1V 44'TA K. M -\. Showers. at the club.) month to Dec. 1st, then on sea- -
J I I IV1 ttr* Dux set. FRIDAY 7:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M.-Voice re- sonal to May 1st. Paul's Tire j 1 I oct.5-3U
\' KUiftlMirBTcsa*. %:00 P.M.-Softball for Navy cordings. Shop. octl-lf i
in* are b-r-br .ir4 'e
'I | ....- ....... MI rrq..f Camplaint apneatu toed Wives at Bayview 3:15 P.M.-Movies, announcedat HOME NURSERIESHome
ettaiw.t ],..? |si the .t.*.. Mated Park. the club. FOR RENT OR LEASE |

4ktu4r f.wae..5, A.K li.before lmr the.t'Jih':r..l day..e the of 2-00 P.M.-Prenatal Class. Department 10:15 P.M.. -Second show i I nursery, Monday through
.lU.atfcia tf ldwhUt will be taken of Health same feature. Two stores, suitable for' office i Saturday. including lunch. $1
! C Instructor. kind per
INK HIM! o at lay: SUNDAY: space, or any other off j
4 \T.... PI..rkUItMWr. this Ittb. day of Scp- ivOO A.M.-5:00 P.M. Sewing 9:45 A.M.-Java Club. business. Apply Perez Bros. I 813 Duval Street. oct2-6tx

1 feir..Mil. A.Hefta.all i), nIL Machine. Typewriter 11:00 A.M.-"Go. To Church I Bakery, 1025 White Street. ,
ft RA C Sawyer Writing Room, Parties." octl-tt | GARDEN AND LAWN
Clerk *f Circuit Court Showers. SUPPLIESStart
bi'e'r... 2:00 P.M.-Classic Hour, announced i
( wi a' Florida.
Its Io.U..... Nsttav ':00 P.M.-Dance, Orchestra at the Store, 23 x 43. good location corner -'
Impair Clrrk. every other Friday Club! building White and Division :. your flowers in waterproofpaper
.. alternating with the P.M. Hour" Wagcnseil 'flower pots, size 23
r> ir fur "'a I..Uff. 9.08 -"Fellowship streets. Apply
i-22-Slort.1,1 f 4JWTI White Hat Club -Chaplain French 923 White Street. i inches. Also waterproof boxes.

). Dance. with Beatrice Mo- sept27-29octl-4-6-8x Fresh shipment of seeds from
\ .: Ti. MMHTOHoIMS i the better seed c.'o.'s just ar-
( tTvi le AM*. *15. 120) reno I
|\ THI: / Ml T\'U TIIK I 01 \TJii \ 2.00 P.M.Boxing Training. 10.00 P.M.-Coffee Hour.Piano'l FOR HENT-COTTAGES t: rived. Key West Garden &
>4.'. w..\n..n <'UITIIIUMIIIt. 1:00 P.M.-6OOI P.M.DressingRooms. APARTMENTS Lawn Supply Co.. 914 Fleming
1\ AND
,. r. .s:.,.... ..( Showers. GAME ROOM-Chinese St. Tel 1019. oct4-if
...........a Fatrarda.Iaa4 SUNDAY Cards Ping Check-I
ers, Chess Cottages and apartments directly '
._ : 10.00 A.M. Communion Breakfast Desks. j, STORAGE
All .'r.-461. roo )'e ._. hay- Pool. Writing V ocean. Private beach. Apply i
lag ...... ..r IV"B .\ .III.I White Hat Club, Current Magazines, Various. Table -t >n South Beach Motel. J

= ::t':;ch "t you are beret.y U. S. Naval Base Game, etc.INFORMATION. octl-xf :: lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture
.......... sad required 'n |>r -"Bt any (2nd Sunday). DESK-Ten- I> or commercial. Phone 798.
.eMa.t..- aai,f ........ .....II f..... Dr 1:00 P.M.-Picnic at Swimming nis Rackets, Golf Clubs, Fishing COTTAGES : octl-tf
er. RENT
have .talnst FOR - .tl n..:::") Ii*aide, sich.4.4. Pool Wiener Roast Lines. Cameras. Checking Service
Nle .c ..... 'OUII", to the. (sign up in advance). Film Service Mailing and i AND TRAILERSNicely i MISCELLANEOUS
Jwdttr .r )I.nre.. ,' ,,.
... at ,.. .tf.... la tbs court Wrapping Packages. Receiving I furnished traileror
na wt .w react) at K.y W.."" Information and housing services Messages Stamps Railway Express -I cottage. i Washers irons, vacuums and
11.eMa. witbIa elabtalrndar Service. I comfortable sleeping roomsat fans repaired. O'Briant Phone
-.'-- tree I'. U_ city maps.
pS............ .t thia .....1.*f..Ihv F.rhskalt first Religious literature library, SHOWERS.TELEPHONE. special "between season" 1164-M. octl-tf
.. .. ...... lop I. w rttwi wrapping and BOOTHS. rates at Young's Tourist Rest
..... ... telephones stamps
_.. .eMa raeM LESLEIGH DAVIS 1721 Flagler Ave Will suitable
at ..rn... ud.lresa of mailing packages railway express give hardwood log
......... aM .10&11 ... .....rlt service, laundry pick-up- Director ocW-3t 1 for boat lumber. Call. 1164 M.
by tM ,
... N bet rhb aft wadi.,....,1)L.. sad M a...est..uthea.aJ.d available to all defense forces GERALD PDJDER j oct6ltI
=-t.r-, Mt M filed abalW and their families. Program Director.i WANTED TO ,UY -
- C ti MRS. E. .REffT-
A. l KHVUT Secretary Second-hand truck in good con-
"'I' 1. Executive Secretary.
C the Estate of Coffee -
r PJtr...... tdwarda. MISS HILDA CASTILLO. DOREEN CRUZ dition. Call 261-R after 6.00 Ot erseas Hotel low oct226tIf
1 ..' 11t'.a tl4d. Secretary 3' Desk Aide o'clock. oct6-2uc 4 shop bar.
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By GIBSON. I Taming

Tha Citizen Office-51 -

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Invitation Dance To Be An EventAt malaria. aciawtiata oexpi .

I Alton repast
NCCS :: i iwiI
Friday Night : '\ 'I The ftedu .as_
stuck *
The NCCS Invitation Dance to j American dances by Bob and Bet. j + s '

be held Friday evening, October],ty Simpson. > What's your trouble, golf ** I
8th will feature delightful entertainment i The Debonaires Orchestra will j, Bowlegged? Knock-kneed? nca, and ttoa ,. ..,
give the enthusiastic admirers t
during Intermissions. |!, of the many playing of Beatrice Moreno { Pigeon-toed? Skinny? Fat? the BaMaa < : Tf

Gerald Pinder will present sev !I' Ida Gellrich and Ruby Just plain homely? Naval Madkal rafc fritiiigi : T.U .

; era! ,musical comedy 'numbers i rCrawley: an opportunity to dance Don't give it another thought v [ >>
I from the YMCA i j to their music. You can be downright pretty. Tta :
j 1!I The GSO and NCCS Junior even if you're ugly. That headed by Caadibuafa. .

Group, including Tqwn Tune- ':,:Hostesses will unite in welcoming I paradoxical remark was made and Charf D.e..r ...
s t e l's., novelty vocalists; the the Naval personnel from the I by one of America's most fa- USN. Paraaito tree $
"Palm Island Chorus" whose six 'I t'fleet and bases. ; mous model agents. John Rob- numbtr* a< anneals

songsters are Kitty Ramos. Lillian r[ The dance committee includes I ert Powers. with the apraad ol lwlttlr

Weaver Vivian Garcia, Alice De-i the Misses Edith Knuck. Stella Mr. Powers was talking eases ba been cottaaff4praaaWMt :...

Armes Gail Wallace and Lola Delgado, Betty Armayor, Sylvia about that "certain somethingthat .I tar furthar *

Schalleur; two routines from the fi'I Sanchez Joe Kaufman ME2C; I some girls have and other r the Unttcd States scud :

Broadway show "Small Wonder": B. M. Bard AGAN, Steve Buck- girls just haven't. He says it A r i Philip. Ip.diliow l.adiR .

a tap dance by Gerald Pinder: a weitz, SOSA. and Wayne Man- is an inner glow which of times 1 3 1-
dance trio. Bob and Betty Simpson ning. USN. Carolina
is more easily spotted in the South
and Gerald Pinder, and Latin Refreshments will be served. I not-so-pretty girL Beautiful girlsare 1': ..unci. f.>r divorce

-- likely to take their beauty f

Lient.-Coimlr. -A- tl11 for granted and rest on their : .
I Davey laurels. The homely girl knows n

she should develop her personality : .

Entertained Saturday EveningLt. I and interest in people to CRUISEEnjoy :
Comdr. and Mrs. Harry E. ,I,'Mrs. John Villi, Mrs. John Chapman I succeed He cited socially.the instance of a reporter : .('

Davey 1212 Florida street, entertained I Lt. Comdr.. Berner Ramsing, who was sent to interview .
the officers of.the USS Cu- :
and Ens. Ted Hazeltone. I a woman' billed by the circus as the d.lio.o4a
bera and their
evening, in celebration wivesaturday,,of Comdr.. I The "hunters" returned to their "the homeliest" woman in the 1.1'\ Ph'-j ocean cnuawg aboard : .

Davey's birthday. ,!host's home for hamburgers and world. luxurious ocean lint
The group assembled for COCk- ]>coffee, at the end of'the evening. The reporter from interviewed her. back the I ALONG WITH MANY BEAU. your vaeatioa trip to i
tails at the Davey home and then I Those attending were Lt.i woman, wrung TY QUEENS cf various torts.w .
and unpleastness -
proceeded to the Commissioned i i Comdr. and Mrs. Berner Ramsing. ground of hardship now have "Miss Good Egg
which had left her completely :
Officers Mess Ft. Taylor for din- Lt. and Mrs. Howard Blum Lt of the South." She i* Miss
ner. A treasure hunt followed din- I and Mrs. Bob Cavanaugh, Lt and untouched. She all had misfortunewhich learnedto Mary Slrlngfield of MM Hill. HAVANAIParis !Ii ...
i rise above
ner, with three car-loads of per- Mrs. John Chapman Ensign and her. When N. C. She was queen cf the
ticipants. The winning car, and {i Mrs. John Villi, Ensign and Mrs. had touched Carolina Industrie
only one which completed the I Ted Hazeltone, and Lt and Mrs. he had finished with his interview Poultry '
I he decided it was impos- Exposition in Ashevilla. N. C. of the ti
course, was the one in which rode Roland Ruther. .
I sible to write about the homeli- and was chosen "Mis Good what you con i
-- -- ------------ _.-.- -- --- I she and Egg the 1 l
ness of the woman because Eggat the Poultry shop and bye -,ices i

Coodiettcs Three Births IIINllvllillosptlli actually,had become beautiful in I National Board' breakfast ous Latin way of U*. Year

his eyes. during the exposition.Singapore trip there and back seta >

Elected Officers Mr. Powers, of course makeshis be bfh spot U yea 9. i
living as agent for pretty e
Primarily, he needs Hails
women. :
Last Night"Sea I A six pound, two ounce daughter girls who will photograph well ; i

was born in the U. S. Naval All of them don't 'need radiant p&o
.New Buses
Finigee" Coodictte Club I Hospital to Mrs. Cressie Glendin- beauty to appear before a cam :

No. 371 held its monthly meeting i!I ning, wife of Lt Bruce Glendin- era. However, Mr. Powers is SINGAPORE-4P Singaporeis I
noted for his ability to select
last night at 8 o'clock in the
ning, fleet Sonar school. Naval both beauty streamlining its transportation

home of Mrs. Gladys Trombley!Station. She was born October 2, and girls that who"inner possess glow." system. Modern chrometrimmedtrolley I the romantic way to 901.|

Francis street. and has been named Carol IreneA There aren't too many girls buses with pneumatic tires Cuba. Board tka s.s. Ha*.* k. Sa

Election of officers for the I six pound, ten ounce daughter possessing the happy combina- now carry 29,000 passeneger a ida in Miami ay M.*J.f'Cf
coming year was held. Since the day, according to an official esti
I know two models neitherof i It S
tion. Friday by pm.
was born to Mrs. Velma
club is newly formed, having I Doug- mate. When more are put into
just acquired its charter in May, J las wife of Bennie M. Douglas, them Powers' girls. Nor do service at the end of the year in 3 morning Y'".',.m Ha.aaer:

a blanket election was held with i TN. Sur As Dev Det. Section Base they work for the same agency the remaining 1* older models are Raiura any ThM d.y

each officer staying in the post to j I I She has been named Tern Joyce. One is a perfectly beautiful scrapped, the buses are expectedto I Sunday...... a.r.Ja Gad '
which she was elected, in Ma}'. An eight pound, three ounce son blonde who always has had attract still morenbtomers.. fine mauls e4 ... twinll- l isi1.

with the exception of Mrs. Trom-j was born to Mrs, Grace Donohue. handed to her in a gold cup. i i Even now Singapore is away ad in your .....' .
bley. Due to the resignation"last'month 'wife of John J. Donohue QMC When she started her ahead of most other Far Eastern t Round trip only 46
USS she made instantaneous .
Chanticleer Naval Station.He career
of Mrs. Edna R. Johnson cities on the transportation score. ....,...
I has been named Jeremiah monetary success. In a shorttime I
Riekshas, illegal here, have been
,Mrs. Trombley came in as chlefGra"y
Back protem to fill out Mrs.Johnson's .=PauL however her selfishness replaced by trishas bicycles with I i i
she .....
!I -
apparent to everyone I
was w
unexpired term of of- side-cars. There are no trolley : -
II came in contact with. Models cars. And the flow of traffic comparatively : ...
fice. j Mesas\ Announce Wwi..4.ys
j disliked her because she wasn't I speaking is well regu- : rA
Miss Arthur initiated .. -.. ii
Beverly was r iy
I I be- :
cooperative. Photographers lated. j ,... .
/w te 11M..w
as a new member of the :.1 Birth Of Son gan to see her face as a perfect jI N... .. 7 II\9S
Coodiettes and elected as Ivory i I I a..e. ...-. .
I blank. Pretty soon she slipped .._ ...
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas j "" .1.
Louse in place of Mrs. MaI''Bry1ant. .Mesa, week fashion and i WILL YOU ? \!
I 1620 White from a $300 a i
who was transferred from I street arnotmca the I
Ivory Louse to the post of as- I! birth of a son, Tuesday, at 9:05 photographic model to practically -I Darwin's Fruits s.. your travel ."e.l tar .
I nothing. vatlons or write ta the P. b
sistant Rustling Louse. :
a.m.The Now she 'asks why She triesto aMfea.W .
The Coodiettes' next meeting:! baby, who weighed eight i:. .
herself by say-in
it to
will be held Tuesday. Nov. 2, in I'' pounds at birth, has been named explain her face. In London the Hyde park Mtswlpe ,, .
people are used to per- Pie nwYhw e
the new VFW home. Elizabeth Robert Joseph.Intimate. orator made frequent referencesto
haps she should change the coloi .. :
street. i of her hair, the shape of Darwin's "Origin of Specie ;
or Style A tall and his short r
I man COKV \7 :
Glimpses her eyebrows or bps. tz
: ;;
ion the outskirts /
Herman Opens I She might take a tip from the pan hung on to s .
of the crowd but were unableto C
Miss Irene Bodner and Max- other girl I Know. She is tall but -- ----
get near the speaker. the cM.w1 c /H :
New well Schwartz thin. At 23. her hair is graying. "
Budget who were guestsof "What's his trouble, Bill" asked war N,. W ;t .
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Her teeth protrude slightly. But
the small man, tired of craning ....
Schwartz over the Rosh Hashanah after a year in the modeling busincs I .hI ate s.ssaed-Owls '
Shop FridayHerman's his neck to ? '
no I ..
purpose '
holiday, have returned to Miami she has it in the palm of her .po." wee er .ea .5S
"Eat More Fruit, I think, replied .
Budget Shop 514 Du- I! handr the other. "All he keep rCIIIMrUt I OCCWITU1 iJJWRWHWUt
val street the opening of which She started in a small way was talking about is Darwin's oranges .. HftM _
on Friday is announced elsewherein I Rdbbi Lewis Gale, Miami. who willing to take advice. When she and peaches." "\f '

today's Citizen is a separate assisted Rabbi Abraham Schwartz began to make a good deal of --
-- -- -
department of Hermon's store, I in the services celebrating the: money, she didn't invest in a

and can be entered from an entrance Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah mink coat or in jewelry. She

in Herman's Store or from has returned to hb post. found her happiness in taking

its own street entrance at 514 care of others. She has suppliedher
Duval. family with a few of the

This new dress shop will feature Seek DivorcesPetitions comforts they had missed cleaning -

dresses from size 9 to 45. that can seeking divorces were, women and laundresses to .

be purchased to fit the most : filed Monday in.the office of Cir- help her mother, a television set

closely watched budgets Herman cuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyerby for her father, a house in the

promises. Richard F. Managan again country fro the whole family.

Lillie G. Managan, and by Gail Her simplicity despite the !

Garden Club Has 1 Binette James against Henry world of adulation she now lives /
amazed. Her
Tcdd James. in, leaves everyone
__ but she
own wardrobe is scanty
Session I
looks neat and well-

Until NovemberThe I Do You Know ThatThe 1 always groomed. That inner glow that\

Mr. Powers describes shines from
Scotch-Irish docs not I
meeting of the Key West necessarily indicate a mixed i her pretty blue eyes. It's something -
she couldn't buy if she i
Club scheduled for the
Scotch Irish descent but K the I
first Thursday in October (October descendants won Fort Knox in a beauty con- i
term given to the American :
7) has been postponed, and of the Lowland Scotch '. test. I
will not be held until the first who I
Presbyterians in religion,
Thursday in November, President
in the of the
emigrated early part
Mrs. W. Warren, announced to- I ..ta.
day. 17th century to the Ulster province I
Northern Ireland. and
j I in
I (You may write Vivian Brown
thousands of whom emigrated it
in cars of this paper about news j
Sewing CommitteeWill America in the following century -
of )
your own gang. ,

MeetThursday i

The U. S. Flag had 13 stars fob '
17 years. from 1777 to 1795. GET THE FOR HOME
The Sewing Committee of the
Hospital Auxiliary will meet at Medical Test Proved This s '' REL/Ef fOR ACDINPGFST I COMMERCIAL
the Municipal Hospital tomor- Great to Relieve MONTHLY I
row at 2 I
p.m. q i

Anyone who needs transportation FEMALE PAINS Are Prepared To Furnith V(MI .IfIa
should contact Mrs. Reggie i
Pritchard before noon tomorrowat I 59 Clear, Pure CLUES or CM:SIIEIt ICE
Are you troubled by dlstres of te-
telephone number 548. mpl* functional monthly disturb- 1I
{! antes? Doe this make you suffer
i from pain, feel M ftercou ; Inc.
Calendar Of high-strung such time?The Thompson Enterprises.
BO try Lydi B.Flnkham'a Vegetable
Compound to relieve such symptoms I GARDNER'S PHARMACY a
Coming Events In a recent medical test thispremed 1 I (ICE DIVISION)
remarkably Helpful to wom-
1114 Division SL
at I PHONE NO. I '
troubled this
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8- en way.Any druptore.I : KEY WM!. FLA
LYDIA L. PINKHAM'S ca r'hona 177 Free Delivery I .


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TOBER 6,19 WEDNESDAY j jtfI"ll.ll..i4'l'l'l'

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On eeeeeeeeeeeBENNY'S.: "' ,.......................................4........ rro' :: ;;;;=
ertala 1 1

i Motor Court ............r.......e.............,......-... .
r' ".: The J.3 J. I ... 909 Slmooton Street .. :. 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 :: = If It .' F- ctri WE REPAIR ITI : f. ; : ,
Nice 1
btofta Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS t
>d Id i I
-.-, : wovrtnip.Management : : W E SELL I T I : i
yawner ;
;;za .11 \Irk oi BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty 'of Action Toys for the Children :. : We Will Call For aad Deliver : :
i WILL i- sa OUR Electrical I ; : 1* Experience la Electrical Work : : :
RE OPEN SHOWING Appliances : :
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._'...10 thmr t rfa : SOON ,.......:................-....................... : l.LCaLL 1211 Duval Street :: : \\1
>. E. .l'as. lOUt t ..................................t.............. < ELECTRIC : I
:: E.q\iatorial : The Best of : : TELEPHONE : :
":""- t corner f : : HOME SUNDRY STORE .................- ............. .. ............. : '
< STEAKSTreplcal : e pe
::.: ly.the U i ; : 1.....ep............... .......................
t JP of the t& : DRINKS and : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : :
..JfIUa. Atric( : Tempting Fresh FRUIT : "Your Patronage Invited" : : PRITCHARD : RUSSELL'S i
F"jfrfn .. : PIES will be aavilable :
."-. T-rntan Ruf.. : nortly .t BENNY'S Ice Cream Proprietary Medici S FUNERAL :. : : : : .4 :: i
T trscr: Lwk : MOTOR COURT : : DRY GOODS
> ...... Sick Room Supplies School
( : fm\a&ar: & .....eeeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ Supplier : ;
c-: : 3 ( Toilet Preparation and Article HOMELet : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : !
I ::-. J t.Jmar wurted, di i). ;t I................. ..............................; : : :

\:a :r:;!t1cRMc. and ...................... S .. ....... Those Serve ; : PHONE 373Specializing : : : :
study bIrrA4 I +i..KruMF Who Serve Best :. ; '
<- '. n leader: Wnaddl. t i E iID. and; ROSS :. I
-" n1ua.0,.. : FURNITURE CO. : : Excluiive Monroe County Distributor for :: BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL :: :. Women's and i i

rte.. : no DUVAL STREET: : : Carrier Air-Conditioning S e. : I!
Ambulance Service : Children'sApparel
: .Nationally\ Advertised : :: for Domestic and Commercial Ute '. : :
Products ; Telephone 548 :: r. i

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DEMOCRATIC DEWEY -; I I""- :- Cemty.' Ohio. Died. bra IT.
TODAYINKnow msTORY" I ._- on&YB.
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( America .' I. ANNIVERSARIESW 1868-Gears* H...

II IIM! II. 1623Ship "Concord"\ lands.' j(. ( -JLauvka) noted editor of **.a.
refugee Mennonite families who! ,: Evening Poet torn .
founded Germantewn. Pa. The I r';f 1?98-(((154 years ago) Robjrrt Ky. Died Oct. %T. Wit. ;
day observed by Germans in?'BairjL: Presbyterian. clergyman 1 1908 Carole toq Vi
America for year's. 'Who labored the world ovr lor I
--- -- -- f { many { born in Chiea/a B ed .tocrash. ...
Chapter 23 'I It ground below.Thee kipped woman!" Corbin said hall f r ; t 181?}-Frend1- D1eric-.n forces :temperance and other reforms Jan. 1$.: 14t
t r m a "An' if that wasn't Cathy 33 cross the Aisne River-World born near Pittsburgh. Died Mar. ,
,"' ItN Cay emerged minutes Gay smiled up at Corbin. I'm plumb loco. --Now War I. ,: 15 1863. 1i!
.ater Corbln earn at once to i
d'you s'ppose she's dotn' I
Tve got to go in 1823-George-H. 'Boker, famed
I .iWr side. The street was dark and said in a low tone. at this time o'.night?" a 3a r 9i 1922 -IJ, S. Auomey-Cenerall Philadelphia poet playwright:
jutot. They started away at a rules
bruk Oar*.when a shadow seemed "' said. She TURNED quickly,ear'Cathy. liquor on <-an \ and diplomat t of ha.age,. born in
to rvach out at her from within would kiss her and she : anywhere in the world contraryto : Jam 2. 1890.;
I pull up in front of the board. ,Philadelphia. t
when i law .
all surprised Prohibition j
at : days.1937U. .
darkened doorway Gasnd gasped
a hands tightened saw her dismoupt ; 184ft- George Westinghouse,
came up. .
CorUn quickly put protect S. Departrnent qf I
her off QUALITY
he trudge
saw \0I -
be drew her inventor the airbrake and ,
arms. Slowly ( ;
kui arm around ber. and guided State condemn Japan China
the rear he dashed back in
her OIL They neared the cornerpresently She did not resist him. He I some 400 other inventions, founder ;|
for violation
her of
panting to waiting treaties.
stopped when drunken her in his arms crushed He slipped up down the length ;;; er a great industry. ,born irt ,
him. bent his head and : 9 c 193 -United{ States notifies
roan ram reeling in their direction. the mouth.. shadowy path reached the J Japan to the New York. Died.March* 12., 1914. !' Printing
on preserve "Open
alert\ before.
Corbin. as .
of it. f Jerked to a hasty stop r Allay
I Dcor" in Cfarn 1848-<100 ago)
promptly topped in front of tier "Mr. COrbinshe! flattened out against thepro- :p s years
and the drunk staggering< up to Ted!" he corrected side of the house when he 1938-: given extra .slice, McLane Hamutorv Jew .York'i StrvteYe
ttnt. baited and looked up at him. kissed her again. voices. of Czechoslovakia: after Munich i i[physician. alfenjst, ,g '-'plpneer.neurologist .
-Wa-al?" Corbin demanded. "Ted please. she f know,it's terribly late.' tt t to still his threat of war. ', .\ ,tcaveler. .. born. in1:
Tb. man evidently recognizedhim squirming musn't in"his arms. ."he heard Cathy say. 'I a 193 -Hitler reports conquest !1 Brooklyn. Died. NOV. 23. 1919V r rI' 1
or .tie the Corbin bulk 'you-Why not!?* I know t wouldn't think of .of Poland, to Reichstag: **. ...there :'; 1862 .AlbeH1 .J. Bevendge, :
watch loomed up even bigger in in you if it wasn't neces. is further'I'
Someone may come 7 no longer. reason for farned Indian U. S. senator and. pi fle etir.l4
cautioned 1 ;
tb distorting< darkness He laughed softly. must see my sister. | war Germany wants 'only j i historian, bore. in Higgland'' LET: us
bins to exercise care and judge when you
better not!" he Mrs Sutton's voice} 1 ;
at rat be sidestepped They fii 'pe-ioe-! TAKE CARE U >,..
meat any "Come in. Her room is at J _
her again loudly - ----------
with Surprising nimble- The kitchen door of the stairs to the right j[I 1942 Naps continue landing hiatfaq Iitaeda. .
****. circled around them hastilyand ,and Gay burst out of his going back to bed. You might small forces of 'men on Gua'de- : : Whether w,. small
they went' on their way again. stepped away from him. your sister to let you out O jiiA 3 canal under cover of night. /iI 1'-BICYCLES- 1 _we gin QUA&.ITTSEaYICZt
Mrs. Sutto boarding house waslorated be said aloud. : you go and to be sure to f 1944- Americans continuetheir
on the next block. They We lock the door for up'!" : I slew the border .
push across !
walked in Silence stopped when : I and Rented
at ten o'clock. Mrs. will. Cathy answered. "And into Repaired I II .
they reached the whitepaintedgat : you." 1 Germany.1945iJohn I I
woman's voice said from l' '
In front of the house. L. Lewis rejects :,
ness behind the open door. heard the door close -- ,wVf' =--- '" l i I Ja Sttrok-lIEW
-ITm." Corbln muttered. "Not in. please." this time the key did not operators' request he orders men I
ilight{ lit in the hull danged Gay'' flashed past in the lock nor did tae bolt ( ) WIrephoto I back tq work pending talks to: BICYCLES TRICYCLES
house. What d'they do ". turn inN the door closed behind her. I home. lie smiled grimly A GROUP CALLING ITSELF "DEMOCRATS FOR :DEWEY": 1 end the strike. :I WAGONS SCOOTERS I THE ARTMAN PfiESS
\ sundown? Come on. grated in the lock and a around to the dqo&.w-: 1947-Prices break sharply on *
,. posed donkey traditional the '
symbol Democratic i
Jay caught his arm. driven into place. Corbin i at it for a moment then he party at grain and SKATESOverseas
"Around the back. she said. viciously at his pants belt i the knob gently. The door the tar of the Republican presidential candidate's specie cam-' exchanges. PHONE 51
unlatched. it a bit., i and he peered inside..The pgi9n, train during Gov. Dewev's brief at Junction Store
The kitchen door's up a..a"A Citrt Cycle
CmZEHOiir : alllW1as
"Of all the nights." he I floor was dark, ,.hf raised Birds' bi&hbody temperature I In the
: "Oh." h said. He took her arm JCQJ. Saturday. The doaky is complete with Dewy. banati ,
angrily. This is the I spied a tiny light ((104, to 108 degrees) helps them ,20INvisloa'St" fkoaa 1510 I
again led her along<< a dark shadowy hastt' happen t' me. ''An floor. He stepped inside, and Itid I -hack cars. ,.. ..'', maintain their high\ activity. .
path that led to the rear. I was ." the.door. behind htm., : tip- ___ _____ _,_ ..._ _.... -'--- 'eetpe.eae..atyes.e.. n___ -- .. _---
.Beautiful out ain't Inbe He turned and his voice I to the stairway, drew a deep : -
akd. nodding< "Moon. away. He stalked off ; then he went,up the stairs. < :: :
and everything. around the house, ,he reached the landing. ..
" Gay cautioned him. path to the front of the I the right he muttered : : poIiCY-1;;;
"Everyooe's asleep.Th glared at the darkened i turned in that direction. The,
heck with th'mtbe whls- and stormed down the : was directly: overhead in a .
pervd in her ur.rh.y're too old was some fifty feet i swinging ceiling; lamp. He ,
t' Appreciate a night like this. house when he heard i eyed it. reached up. and .... >- ... #: .
hoof beats. He swerved I a single twist of his wrist I ., : : .-
"It Is beautiful. she whispered '
I side of the street down the wick plunging '''
1 la reply. floor into total dark-
looked up a horseman upper
) -Ordered" It Just fr you."- be owy and indistinct in the He had already noted the :
!" loomed up. Presently ; Now,he inched his way up i : a
There-was a tall. thick-ttunked, slowed his mount knelt down at the keyhole. J1l'.c'
/ ull-umbtid tree behind the house. abreast of Corbin, then his ear to It. I
I It cast deeD black shadows on the him. I (To be continued), ;

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ITo I care of displaced persons. .
Nazi Medicine than 80 percent of the Portable Handy 1 -' i... .''

I Aid DPs ;' sisting are ment.medicines largely the of hospital HOT WASHERS I. Deliveries and Prices : .

VIENNA W) A large r ........... $26.95 and 36.95 .
I amount of medical supplies cap-; STRONG ARM BRAND .
turn from the German, ELECTRIC FANS. .
J during the war, will be army I TRIUMPH __ f
} over to the imeroationa! ReCur COFFEE j S5.45' tq $41.95 :1 Despite the'fiet .that Pontiac ha built over a half-> are among the many people who feel that Pontiac; ,

1 gee Organization (IRO). U. S. I. MILLat :If3f' million cars since the resumption of production after represents L an outstanding T.lwe-and wish to order I I

r Army Headquarters that the supplies here, now announced f TROPICAL TRADER the war, demand still exceeds supply. }In the face of this Poatjac :for future-delivery\ -you will be interestedin

in be used Salzburg by IRO warehouses for the,medical are to All Grocer I Duval Street 'Pb u 1000 production record, those who place orders now 'the following poUcy. on retail distribution which ....
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1 : A definite proportion,of the cars ,we_ receive from While most of our customers order eMir cars >

i ; a TAKE HOME fl TODAY! the factory lieu aside for preferential delivery to 4I't equipped with accessories, we do DOC Jnn attessories

j b.. ;j users. whose work is in the public welfare and to .: as a condition of sal*. You specify what

jI I others with certain occupational requirements.Otberuim accessories you want wheq ordering your car, and i

} rya \, ; all rdtft s<:ill ke filled* tk< & *""../the these are the ones (and the only ones) it will carry
: r WE WANT YCUR ORDERAnd time ube they'." received when delivered. Some items may be lacking d.c to

j. :. the sooner you place it, the sooner: you will get current shortages; but name will i../ delivery. So if you want a Pontiac order it now.


I 4 : WE WILL ESTIMATE DELIVERY DATE to chaqging economic conditions, Nat\JraUy.'if
I : we cannot, you have a car to trade we would
t p Due to conditions beyond our control, we cannot when you place your order, tell you exactly how like to have it in order to take care of eMU regular
i. give you an exact date of del \'er '. But based on much the car will cost when delivered in the future. used car customers. Our appraisals arc fair, based

j Y: anticipated future shipments from the factory, we But, at the time of delivery you will be charged pn current conditions. But if you do not have a

.1 ... ; /J I Mill,when you place your order, give you an honest only the factory suggested price on your model- car to turn in, we still want your order and will

estimate of when you may expect your car. Such which will be shown in a published list of 1 local accept it for delivery based oa the conditions p tf-
: estimate will be reviewed any time on request. prices. !Uoed above.

t z._'., ..,....... 3. Since this is our "home town", our business and its Nothing pleases us more than to turn over the keys of ..

t.-.' 04 '-: .: I future is based op our good relations with the peopleof a new Pontiac to one of the. many people whose

; : this community. We are most happy that so many orders we have because we know they have chosen
\ 0s} or .: \ .. people here: -as all over the country-have made well-for Pontiac is always'a tbenugbly guJ CeI,., Sad

i '. x'1' /".,.:'J>. I Pontiac their number one choice as a new car. t tbenmgbly y4 vibe, this:year, next year, any year. '

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Borldre cltc s Selection* .:'. .
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I Southtcorth For National Selects Contender Johnny Sain j FOLLOWING Follow the World Series Play-by-Play

Clevelgntl. I Manager >I ISlat. tF |II
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.... Feller Ilia Beat I ,,.. .Ar4Vd By PEDRO j jWORLD'S I Mitchell, If -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- tarmtt..

Pitcher;, Sain In Logical: Pitchers J.EnkfCluk .
Choir Opposing I ; -<>- -<>- -<>- t.-<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- K>- f
For Brat eIt a i I'' local fans ve'pot pickedthe 4
1"l'Series' Opener Indians or the Braves' to win ft
Tee. A..rtoN I I the 1948 World's Series with any -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<> -<>- -<>-
BOSTON Oct. 6. It
For Cleveland (AL) .. degree of certainty that one or! _
Rapid Bob xF ,
Johnny Sain a.. opposing Jler pitchersin and : the 'other Will win easily. j .G5rd._, 2k. -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- t.dw'
Some their
place hopes on either d
the first World Series game Feller, Bearden Lemon,I _

here today between the Cleveland: Boudreau or some other. Cleve- f..h.r,3 -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- K>- -<>- -<>- K>- K>- -<>- ,
Indians ''
and the Boaton'Bl'3ve.3. land 'player and the others on ...,.. .
Manager Lou Boudrcau. '
get of the Indians announced, nuna tl:1tF..u.r liott Sain, Spahn Miami's Dark.Bobbv Holmes, El- Dab,. cr -<>- -<>-K>- -<>- K>--<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- l r4tetlurkd.r I
or Hogue. II
was his choice: because he I
Far of both teams are going &trr.tR.bfoson.
pitcher.: Rapid Robert' his best into the series with high hopes lb -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- 9- -<>- <>- -<>- t6tstae r

"Keller only worked two and a''t however., basis

third innings on Sunday said Harry of Dewey's is top among < < < < < < < > < < si
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the Cleveland fans. lIe has bean - - - -
Boud .u. lie will be ready; his : : rl;.
arm won't be tired. By starting with them all season. 'Wak

him in the first game I can: use I I Jack Villareal, B. Robt-rts'l 1-<>-K>- -<>- -<>- K>- -<>- -<>- k>- -<>- -<>-
him again in the eerie Bob Lemon -< Nenito Pita Tony Rc": .1'- Wires

.rdm COPS In in the the second third. and Gene I moved Garcia over and to many the Cleveland others. .have.wig 1 ;7L1Lz12; 1-1----1--': : : :_: i r-.. JACK. ONSLOW (Ube.). it !

"I don't think the cola weather wam for. the series. ; manager of the Mimi
will hurt Bob; in fact, it will help Yours truly will go down with Runs batted i'n. Stolen' Bases | Chicks in the &.tMnI At
him. I'd say a cold day would definitely the underdog and Billy South- 2b Hilt 3b KJi __Home RunsSccrifices elation hs been e ew. W '!!
live him an advantage. It j worth. ____ Left on Base .Double Ploys : ) new manager of the cleat

wasn't too cold in Cleveland last I 1 1 Strike Outs___ Bases on.Balls. I White Sox. He natives Ttf

Sunday. It was a high wind that I LOCAL BASEBALL Hits-Off I 1 Lyons. Whoa S.. plat fac.
caused all the trouble there. i -- BOB"FEUER'- Players: that-'I have contacted 1341. /T

"You remember it wasn't very I I I I I about a series of games betweenthe I ..,.,.". 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8' 1 10 11 ABR H POA E -, "" I :+

in warm Yankee when. pitched" a no-hitter':, For Boston (NL) ,e e Pirates Clowns end Bomb- Hvlw.u..f -<>- <> <> <> <> <> <> <> C-kk !Sports Calendar:1 1!
Bob Teller toll newspapermen t ,.... "" era believe it is a good idea. j k>- - - -<>- :,." e
I Among the Bombers Manager!
V was ready. "There's nothing II d7.I I. Valdez 'thinks it will be rk.11 < < < < : SENIOR SO.,11ALL..
wrong with my armsaij Bob. I great >- >- >- >- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- <>- -<>- -< >- 'tt.fe.Mtara.son .
and will -help.,to revive interest bayvtow Park. Nights
"Sometimes I think ypu comeback 'thinks i To be announced '-
better after a bad day. I in baseball again.Casado Ib < < < < < < < < < < 'I _
> > > > > > > > > >
it will be idea. Jack Vil - - - - -
a great -<>- : :
-It will be just another ball 1 .. JUNIOnSOJ.-m\lI1-
lareal says it wilt'prove to 11 the I
game, said Johnny Sain after I
Btlly Southworth. Boston manager : fans of Key "West' which is the filion, 76Nntb -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- i..yrUw Park. AlUraoons" '
announced he would pitch best club. \ : and Mortog .' '
Of the Clowns, Manager Gene r Daily play.SENIOR.
aeries against game.Cleveland"There's in a the big first element -I .t, Smith believes it Is a good idea.P. : W -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- "ff

of chance in the game rdw Allen :says it will how the l IIASEIULirMunicipal

though and that's all there is to I fans "who's who" in local base- Mow'c <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> Stadium. AfUraoM
- -f-<> - ;= .
it." I ball. A, McIntoch says it will To be announced
Southworth said that Sain create interest among the fans. I, Banacks. Alu .- ,
may i Army
work in three series games. He Of the Pirate, Philip Baker M. McC"Mi, cf -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- K>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- :E To be announced. f
said that Sain could: work with think it will be a.great idea and j e.

little rest, in fact was usually better -. will prove who is the 1948 Sil', 2b' <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> JUNIOR BASKItAII
-- - - = .i.
-<>- K>-
when he worked often."I saet champ j Municipal Stadium. AJr
guess I can pitch inthree Should each club use only their .
tim weekly. ,
games." said Sain. "Sometimes. own players and not pick them,j' -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- -<>- Play three >

though you cant: even pitch this will be a great series-if it SKATINGBayvtow ". t t
one inning. Ill go to bed around t develops. I .
{ '
midnight. That's what I usuallydo. I JOHNNY SAIN .:/ ./ /'l/ /" /'" leNsl/. J Park. Might
No point in changing: my hab J' BASKETBALL 1 v FRIDAYT:00 I
its for a world series. :111.11"11111.I Runs batted in. Stolen tat_ : to '::00 PM. "
So far I,have heard of several
2b Hits ,3b Hits_ _Home RunsSatrifiies -
-- -- service clubs that are ready for "' .," "
____' Left on Base -' -\ .Double Ploys TENNISBaT.Gw
the local teams Conchs, IJ9b'sSport Strike Outs! __ .Bases oh'Bollt." Park. AlUraooM
EVERY WORLD SERIES Shop Key West Transit Hits-Off ,). ; .. > and Nights. I
Co. and several other outfits. I ,_. Dally play. :

The locals are getting ready f -
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SEEMSJHX.HAVE-\ GOAT. .the and.Season whe nthe itfceXj gong>jX|hits pei to wi!start:,: &I I I I FANS FOR "PLAYOFF': TICKETS = : -II
Elks Win From Clowns -rr.
jump; j ; 1CQM1ENT\ ji- I
D r FRANK: ECK --- A 'great year: in basketball is:( ", I'
W. Niwsfiatuxcs Sports" Editor I I expected during -the 1948-M9 +
season. j Pirates Defeat Sonar NinePirates 'SHORTS !
oPen \
BOSTON-It's season on goats. That mean; only one I : b ,
thing each'October It affords the sports writers another chance to
I Before the war, about 36 mil-i] 1 J JI I
''Br ED SIMSObservations
the all detest. I rM
pin on some unsuspecting ballplayer horns. they >. "
I lion pounds -of walnuts were Tie For First .1? t
In no other sport is the goat so horrendous. It happens to the 1 shipped annually from North I td,, rR 1. T .
best of ballplayers and there's .1 little they can! do to avoid it. Ii'j: China. Place With Clowns; in his wonderful support behind I On The 1 1I t t. '

Just one of those things that make baseball. the national pastime end j I .the home plate but also in his
Pitches > I I II
Rodriguez Baseball Season
the World Series the top sports I The United _States uses, about. 1 I hitting. Hulsey a Navy'boy will .I.

event year in and year out. i 80 per cent of the world's pro-|I i And Hits Well Sunday i ibe up in the fast leagues when I WASHINGTON, D. C.-There I Ii I
I duction of 35 million pounds of I i he out of the Navy. NoW he is r
I II gets
Football Notes :
ordinary few
The goat sometimes if an I II i j were quite a interacting d3j -
performer. That is to say he i. 1 vegetable waxes. | Elks Club behind the great ;stationed in Key West and ex-j I velopments during the year in w ww f
is neither a .300 hitter or a great |I Miami came out of its opening ,'pitching of Rodriguez ar\d\: his pects to be here for a while yet.I i ithe;j major leagues. Night baseball '
touchdown Camp 1 1Pere7.
his 1947 I Final score was Pirate 5, So-
fielder. Or the goat can be the game with Rollins Friday night in bell tallied just once last yeah timely hitting and the hitting of 0.i seemed to finally take over

flop such as was Ted Williams, I I good physical shape and everyone while:Bob already has two touchdowns defeated the strong Clown 1::i nar Baker and Domenerh hit three I the most stubborn clubs, such as''
of baseball's. really great hit- 'will be in pads for scrimmage this I Stadium
one nine at Wickers Sunday i Detroit. The baseball played
I this season. i I for four each for a near perfect j
ters. j t week. I I I,[afternoon. day. Fur Sonar. Rahotin hit one'I during the season just ended was
The slender Ted. on whom the 1 j Harry Ghoul; seeking to become \,I| Rodriguez hitting a triple and and Peterson one. a better brand than that of last'
Cardinals shifted'their infield and I Miami and Rollins turned in the the first collegiate} player in mod- ,i two doubles, while Perez hit two +i Score by innings: I year. And attendance< records''' I i.:
outfield to the right side in the! amazing number of 147 plays in ern football average better than ,successful singles with men on II| First Game fell again. +I }I

1946 Series was a distinct bust in !their Friday night game. There .40 yards per kick for four bases, .enabled the Elks ta defeat I I '' R. H. E. I Other minor highlights were '} .''It '

his only World Series. In the sevj j i were 121 plays on passes an-J.' utive seasons,got away to consec-I,the strong Clowns 8 to 3. !,i Clowns .. 010 100 001-3 6 2 j such things as the Philadelphia
that fall he hit .%00. collecting 'scrimmage 16 on kicks and 10 In the nightcap, Joe Casa, Jr, i
en games start against the Rollins : Elks _. .. 005 030 OOx-8 10 3 I Athletics amazing spurt to the
only five hits in seven other plays wound up in penalties.I beat Sonar nine to tie the Pirates: j I r I Welters, Bughoy and Alce; I''I top of the American League last r
games.And not one blow went for Since two other plays were nullified I Another.attendance record is I I for first place with the Clowns. Rodriguez and Henriquez. j summer-and their holding: first I
extra bases.That was not the Williams by double penalties and one' expected Friday night for the Vil- :'Casa pitched a two-hit game and | : Second Game II I place for quite a while. The A's
everybody knew. And there kickoff went out of bounds the lanova game. The 34,557 crowd ,was only in trouble in the third I i ran winning streaks into two I II ,t -
R H. E.
was Johnny Pesky at shortstop clubs-bumped heads 150) times in against ..Rollinstopped'ttyi previ-,when Cather Hulsey caught two-j : j numbers and had
Pirates .. 100 020 200.-5 12 2 they possessed: I _
fouls behind the and Casa i
outfieldfor screens
holding a relay from the 60 minutes. I Otis record of 33,426 set against L. '
'I standout relief hurler in the -
Sonar 000 000 000-0 2 2 | one : fr
of second struck out the third man.
just fraction a 'S. U. in 1946. Predictions are that j .
j last three months of would i I
while Enos Slaughter of the Cards Job Campbell'needs 39 more the"40,000 mark' will be passed ) Hulsey, the new Pirate catcher |I Casa, Jr., and Hulsey; Uribi i play.
raced around the bases with the yards of scrimmage gain to equal: against the Wildcats. 'was the star of the game, not only and Gray. j have won the pennant. Connie 1. _
record from -___ -I II Mack almost :surprised the world
1947 offensive ------ ----- -
winning run. I his I I --- i
this !
118 ; past season

the In Tigers l 1W7 and World Cubs Series indicated between that: I yards against Bob picked Rollins.up Last FELLER PITCHES A LOSING GAME FOR INDIANS AGAINST: TIGERS Southworth Over in the Billy )r' Ise 1 I
157 yards for the must given an-
season' batting averages can mean year Bob had ... to
He is already one.up on:I other round of applause. South- '
little in a short series. The great t tTy i season. ;
worth semcd to prove, in the ;, -' -
Cobb led the American: League| Lazzeri and the II closing season that he was about ] ,.;t')1 Wtrephoto ,
it. lie fanned
Yet when
hitters with a .350 mark. ; '
the Series rolled around he hit Cards won.the Series, four games I 4, tops as managers go. He can:'I FANS ARE LINED UP outside Fenway' Park -Boston.. walt1at i :
the hero and 1L do it with birds or braves, or |
only :200 and Johnny Evers Chi-I three the Alex goat.was' 1 I 1"F : t- '1 mirrors. A manager like South- \ to buy tickets for Monday's "playoff" game between the Cl*..- :1
but :
rcgo's weak great hitter second, blasted baseman the apple'I The following year in the Pi- (4, worth should be worth $150,000 I land Indians and the Boston Red Sox in which Cleveland woa. .

a fur J50 the Cubs swept the |rete-Yankee Series a pitcher was pr e to a team like the Cubs, or Ti- Most of these people bad been in line through In* night.
the John Miljus of the Pi-,i I' gers, or Giants. That is a salary I -
Series after a 12-inning 3-3 tie in ] goat ----- -- ---
the opener. i rates wild-pitched the winningrun of $150,000 per year, not his sale'They won the pennant Monday. i I Subscribe to The Citkea. '
in the ninthinning" price-which would be even I
over tote plate
Even the great Babe Ruth had j
I Boston however handled Cleveland -
Yankees got their more.
and the j
the misfortune of failing to find I t'' !
his batting in a World Series. first of five World Series sweeps. x s .Px fig Both Burt Shotton and Leo!I fairly well)) until the two i
eye .1
In 1922 against the Giants the ;; In fielding the horns belong to Durocher gave their clubs a : teams' last meeting. j I' BROADWAYCIGAR
Babe made only two hits in 17 Roger Peckinpaugh, brilliant brief
trip to the plate. One blow was a i;Washington shortstop. lie made ; overhaul Southworth's flying j i the C:30n-what: with another
double the other a single. His ;:eight errors in the 1925 Series x Braves. The Cards and Dodgers ;; dodge of the All-Saqgame. STORE j

mark 'was .188 with one run bat- :: against the Pirates. Jle was-such z --- came nearer derailing the ]I Detroit sorely needs a mana-
ted in i a fine fielder over the year .that pennant winners than anyone i, ger. Washington needs more 610 flute Street ; I
One of the most dramatic mo- i'1 men still find it else. But in each instance the ,, expenditures for playersIn ;I:
a menu in a World Series happened 1;i hard to believe.Peck a as.gulty{ of Braves came: back to tame their I+I| the National the Cubs needa =

in 1926. It was the final game of j!i I'so many misplaysin! t}e space of tormentors. First the Cards, :! manager. The Cards'need= ei- COMPLETEBASEBALL
the Cardinal-Yankee Series. The I seven games.. s I and-then, the Dodgers, seemed to ther a manager or drastic re- ,
bases were loaded or "drunk" as''!I The gu ''t'fn S Series can be almost have the Indian sign on the shuffling. The Pirates need

Satchel' Paige likes to say. Old :: anybody who wears a glove Braved: But Sain and Spahn more fire-were a good team
Grover Cleveland Alexander, who ,for a spiked shoe. Last year the stopped that after a few losses. I this year, but lacked fire for a : SCORES
had pitched a winning game the rival manager;, Bucky Harris of The Cleveland Indians were a ; winning streak. The Reds need ;I _
previous day was asleep in the the Yankees and Burt Shotton of ', real surprise. Either the Boston:; new materiaL Southworth will:i
bullpen as the story goes. I the Dodgers,.,,left themselves opento : __ ., ... 't"I Red Sox (which this column I probably need added material I II I POPULAR BRANDS d

Manager Rogers Hornsby summoned I. the second guess by their odd (;P> WirephotoBOB picked up March) or the New i next year if he is to win again.1 and Cold
old Alex told him the sit maneuvers. I York Yankees"were expected to They'll be gunning for him then
uation and that Tony Lazzeri was Maybe this time an umpire will FELLER. Cleveland pitcher who was knocked out of the game in the third inning, pitches halt Cleveland. But Lou Bou-' and Sain and Spahn might falter.'

the batter. I' wear the horns. After all didn'tLarry i to Johnny Lipon. Detroit shortstop. in first inni ng of game at Cleveland. Lipon opened the game dreau finally)) got his bunch I' Soft Drinks

i "Guess there's only one thing I Goetz dust off home plate | with a single. The Indians' catcher is Jim Heg an and the umpire is Bill Summer The Tigers jumping and they proved better France originated and legally
to do. hey R..jahAlex is supposed -i after last year's fourth game was i beat the Indians 7 to 1. than most observers had guessed. adopted the metric syitem in 1799.
to have muttered. Alex did 1 overt

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' j Used' CAMERAMAN SAYS FOLSOM'S AIDES RUINED HIS FILM NEGATIVESi' ', ''ida, will be the main fueat sp *k.
New Policies Governor Caldwell Stresses Constitutional '
'I ers. Congressman Bob Sikes of
'I I I Florida, will be among the guests.

Board Of Amendments, 'I The constitutional amendments to
f\ Welfare (
By ; Employment Handicapped I be voted on in November will be
11 ... rrll'.>Thriti*..) v, _J Be Discusseil 1! r

For Aid( To Needy 1| TALLAHASSEE. Oct. 6.-Flor- ....

ida will observe "National Employ Buys Six Lots ; PENSACOLA, Oct. 6 (FNS)._! ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLiES.
II Workers 'In the. State Welfare the Physically Handicapped '
"I Board put "into effect durtng September Week" from October 3 to 9, Gov- A meeting of the Florida Tax-!! and EQUIPMENT t

t new policies affecting : ; ernor JMillari F. Caldwell said today Off White StreetPurchase payers Association will be held at ; 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 2M

I j I method to be used In deternunIn Vh ri Job; for the physically impaired Hotel San Carlos Pensacola.Monday BARGAIN SALE ON.
i ( the needs of the aced the :: will be emphasized during of six lots in the East October 11. with dinner it
t th't netted bv the Vocational Re- BOX STATIONERY
blind and dependent children, Martello Towers 'nibdiviaion for 7 o'cloCk. This will be the first of
which welfare finals believe T habilitation Service of the State the sum of $10.000 was announced the zone meetings, ani followed i i A Good Value at 9 Low Co.'

will rpeed' up procesrinx of appli 4a Department of Education and by Monday.through the films of by meetings in other zones for I
rations. At the same &im the the Florida' State EmploymentService. warranty deeds in the office of economy a Ii I' convenience of!, Gibson and Norcroai
monetary assistance procram was : Circuit Court Clerk Ross. C. members in their vicinity in I Greeting Canls
anted on and in Monroe County Governor Caldwell pointed out Sawyer. Jacksonville Miami. Orlando. i

t M5 persons received a total of '.* ah that the seven specific objectivesfor Purchaser of the lots was Mrs. Tampa and Tallanassr-e !1 Art Supplies School Supplies
the week
128,890. J are: Eileen S. Coughlin, director of Newman t C- Brackin. president- I
The Rev James R MacConnell. _* To promote employer acceptance the NCCS in the Key We..t area designate of the Senate and Clarence (Call 2SO We Deliver) .
Chairman of the Dutnrt No. 10 of men and women with impairments i\
and the sellers were Frank Bent- M. Gay comptrolled of Flor
Welfare as workers in jobs for
Beard sail that the ef and J. Stuart
Icy Philip Toppino
which they have been *' --
feet*f revised food budgets based' Hicks.' The lots front on Flagler
on current food colts would be through rehabilitation and for White and
felt as workers make periodi 'which they are qualified by experience avenue between THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES
I Georgia streets.
ic reviews of cases on the assutan aptitude and training
rolls Since these revisions s To promote favor-'bl"! ,ttitu lea! Located in the Heart of the City

i Will take place over a consilerrble k _._ i, toward these workers on the part WILL IOU SMILE? RATES IBf\ \'TCRlTE Of WIRE
period 01 Ume. they will not -- { of the general public and especially REASONABLE iXUV/lllo 1 RESERVATIONS
be effective in all cases immediatelv 41( Photo employers public officials li- Now Be Good
bor, civic, and welfare agencies in ,, with BATH and TELEPHONE
BRADY BYNUM. Columbus (Ga.) Le:j-r-Enqu": er photographer who made this picture: says i'I
Dunn the month in the stateas every i f
a whole assistance grant these men are aides of Alabama's GOT. "Big Jim Folsom in the act of ruining film negatives he I To make known the available about The the proud father was of his talking on. FordHotel Pershing MillerHotel

showed a net increase of $59,800.- mad. at the Auburn-Louisiana Tech football g ;-He in Auburn. Ala. Nick Lit lefiell (left). Fcl- rehabilitation services for men intelligence" told his
t M covering' 1.4U additional cases som's special investigator holds Bynura's photo bag while an unidentified man in center has one and women of working age who "You know dear he Hotel
wife, "I think he must-have got
I over those in August< Total payments cf the photographer's film holders. The man at right rushes at Bynum as he snaps the picture. I have physical impairments result- his brains from me." 1 I BO NX. 3rd St. 226 N.E. '1st Ava. 22* NE. lit Ava.M .
I were $3.171.757 for acKist- Bynum said all his film was destroyed 'at Folscm's order after the governor becama acgrv when j in; from accident illness or other ; "He certainly must" retort-d 80 Rooms 100 Rooms

forAged Bynum napped his picture at half-time. Bynum said a policeman arrival prevented the men !i causes to in work.order to put their abilities his wife. "I've still got mine. Elevator Elevator Elevator Room

from ruirunj this exposure the only film-not destroyed. I Solarium Heated .
needy residents of Monroe To inform these men and women i
County numbering 496 re ----- -. --- '. I of their rights under the law Subscribe To The Citizen. : 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

nand f".231.! 314 dependent children to vocational rehabilitation services -
received S,4M; and 55 bund Eight New Men\ Recently J I Good Highways)' and placement services; .and: ployment of the millions of h'lll.Ji- ;! -

,\: received $2.173." In August the to acquaint them with the services capped workers who are presentlY-

grants were 499 aged and $!&,- Essential To available through governmental ; .employed: '
....50: 324 depenient children Reported At Boca Chica I community and private To promote the employment of Te

and "-601; and M blind: and $:,- t' agencies which will assist them in all disabled veterans as well as j.
for and suit civilians who have disabilities.:
it. 111$0. School BusesTALLAHASSEE preparing ::
Three chiefs and five other enlisted -
J- able employment. : To build up the morale of han-
men recently reported for. I To the continued applicants. ,
promote em- dicapped job ::
WILL YOU Fla, Oct _'
1 helcat herr I duty with Submarine Devel- ': SMILE? 6j: _
.1 i j (fNS-As) one of die many reasons I IrI
opment Squadron ONE (VX-1)) at
1 : for supporting Good Roads j I I 0 I Something New Has Been Added
FORECAST Boca Chic Field fol-I Protecting j
: They are as .'
1 Amendment No.1 on November 2,
: Key West and Vicinity: Partlyduudy lows: I| the Florida Good Roads Association -|I ;+ Yon can depend upon

1 + today thru Thursday with Charles Albert MacManus chief! His InvestmentAfter | stresses that good! highways i Prescription Dejnirt'ment HERMAN'S

i.: little change in kmperaturr.I I aviation ordnanceman: (ACC), son 1 j are vital to the extensive opera I i 0 our
Gentle to moderate northerly I I' tion of school buses in all part.i''I to use only the
lavishing untold
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Mac- j wealth'in
wind. I II Iof, of the state Purest and Freshest oIngredients /
Florida Manus West Newton, Mass. I money: furs, cars and jewelry !- Most do not realize how
: Partly cloudy today, people d BUDGET SHOPI
I I thru Thursday lie was graduated: from Boston'English !' on a beautiful blonde showgirl important surfaced road are to .

Jacksonville thru the Florida High School in June 1933 a certain old New York playboy i i Florida school children: who need .
m in February ,
and enlisted the
Straits Fresh northerly winds Navy finally made her his wife. |regular and safe transportation to New Department Features .
1931 served
alone the shore and strong northerly and from school. School bus I
months of overseas duty he has "That old relic." an. acquaintance Called For
winds off chore in the central routes crisscross each county of! Prescriptions !
been awarded two Air Medals, hooted. "Do of these DRESSES Sizes 9 to 46
portion this afternoon; nth ;! you suppcx the state Forty percent I i
four Navy Good Conduct Medils.American .
erwbe. moderate north to north. that could be a love match" ,, routes are unsurfaccd which
i Defense Service Medal,} "
east winds thru Thursday. Partly "Heck, no.** rejoined another. means more breakdown and higher II
American Area Campaign Medal Delivered
cloudy wcahcr European-Afncan-Mi-idlc Eastern l "The old coot married her for transportation costs Surfaced I and
East Gulf of Mexico. Moderate Area his money.** roads on the other hand moan 'J 1 OPENS FRIDAY'I
Campaign: Medal. Asiisuc-i i I
north to northeast winds thru safc. economical nn1 regulartrsnpnrtat.on
Pacific Area Medal and
i i I
Thursday Partly coludy weather. I five stars. Worli: War II Victory j KEY WEST STORM : for school children.f I
The latest figures available indicate GARDNER'S
I Medal: and Navy Expert Rifleman: (Continued From Rage One) I
there 1.521 school buses
Western Caribbean: Moderate I Me4at. trolman Ansel Albury and Rene are
Fit Your
I I At to KtulyctPriced
Flcrida. The
in elementary. junior
variable molly southea-ittrly I Chief and Mrs. MacMinus nnd Raiolf .
and school tuacnL. -p H ARM A C Y
high senior high; -
> ,
thru ,:
Winds Thursday Partly their daughter Kiytha born Apr. "During the storm: the po'iccmen -
cloudy weather with isolated 11. 1948. are residing at Majestic' answered several calls for as- JU.R; these bu.cs aiiuun to I
!' showers. Trailer,Courts. sistance.from whose 105.857, a large portion of the to- THE frgsui STORE
persons cars
II tal school enrollment in the state S2'JS 8398 8498
Jacksonville failed : I --- ---
to Apalachicola: them in Flagler 3venue.

; No small craft or storm warning i Joseph Alvin Swan,*chief aviation They took about 20 persons to day.These nearly buses three cover times 68,740 the miles distance a- 1114 DIVISION STREET PHONE 177 I

J t have been issued.Report electronicsman (ALC), son their homes. dtp rescuing from : around: the earth: During !: Corner Varela Street
of Mrs. Letha P. Swan of Marietta the flooded conditions."We .
I ths school these buses travel ..
:il Ohio. also sent a prisoner out tout 12,373200 year miles. The cperating I -- .- ----r -. -- --
I lie was graduated: from Mari- in three panes of glass when a
expense for 1945-47 was $2,523:! ,
i Kn West Fla, Oct. 6. 1943 etta. Ohio High School in June !I woman told:: us that she was alone 835-37:: .

{Observation taken at City Office. 1936 and enlisted in the Navy in |I I in the house ani the water was Many: school ..uth.ritIe> in VT
I:50 AJi. EST) July. 1333. He has served 52 getting verv bad The windows ,
rio;!; parts o; the state. restiizin-: .
# T..r.t. mcnths of overseas duty la the j'I had br-okett-so-the prisoner
the ir"portrnce cf ti" highw>v" --PRDDF HOME!
Highest yesterday 83 Hawaiian Islands, Bermuda and I[, put the pones of glass back in." have been caging their mien 1s to I. YOUR
Lowest last night 14 Europe He has been awarded the ;i i The aircraft that flew out of
Good Roads Amendment
Distinguished Flying Cross. Air 1'1 I Boca Chica Field Mooaav bound support;
.Vean 78 No. 1 because .
? I. of .he fact that: it
I Normal --- -_' -, 80 MeiaL; Commeniation Ribbon, !j i for Jacksonville and Georgia mesa better roads in the counties; I
tw? Navy Good Conduct Medals, i i
Precipitation expetted tnrcujh'-ut: ; the state.d1111111111111111ICIlrlI111111"I0,131.IIgIIII1111f11I..
tLa t 24 noun 2.65 ins. American Defense Service Medil: i I : :

Total this month 5.57 ins. 'American Area Campaign Medal 1[ time late today. :! ::! :' !, : !. .
J I' Excess this month 4.45 ins. European African-Middle: East-j i I
'Total for year 45.33 in. ern Area Campaign' Medal ->nl (AM3). son of Mrs. LOUILazo of /
Excess for year 1602 ins. four stars; and: World: War II Vic- I 220 N. W. 57th Court. Miami ..J.1ALLMARKCARDS 1 rfrLI

lUlativ. H.aWty tory Medal. I He attended Ada: Merritt High '
Chief and Mrs. Swan and their' School Miami before enlist I -- :
at tM AJ4. ; '
'78 S four-year-old daughter. Connie, I I in the Navy: in November. 1935. 91\PIn & .Model

I ( BaromcUtins. are resiling at Apartment 2, 553: i He server 30 months of overseas O Toys Sundries =

rlt Lm n LM Williams street. I duly in the Asiatic-Pacif c Area. g !

9.11 .-1009.8 mba. :
Tomorrows AlmrnaeSunrise Gen! Russell Whipple, chief aviation Joseph Ray noni Lederhaus, The HOBBY SHOP

621; a.m.I machinist's mate (ADC), of I airman apprentice (AA), of Buffalo {
Sunset 6:08 pm. Oakland, Calif I N. Y. 1105 Division Street Phone 3\

Moonrise 10;59 a.m. He was graduated: from Castle j He attended Kensington II'en
Mont High School at Oakland' Open Sun. S A.N. tb Aoort'iiiiinr.iiiiniiiin
Moonset 1002pm.: 'I i School in Buffalo before enlisting / ...
CaLf. prier to enlisting in theNavy in the Navy October -
in 19:)i7.
: ,
s! :: :nnsissorled "":'''':8:!!:!IIIh14''P' :,
.! in February 1940. He served -I j -
TIDESTotortow 40 months of overseas duty in -
the Pacific area in 1940-41 and I
Naval Base) 1944-46 '

'.. JEattera Hish Standard. Low Timei I I MilliON DOLLAR T. X
Simpson, aviation
I 704: a.m.It machinist's '111 .C_
mate first class (ADI, of
1.33: p.m. 6;05 p.m. Rimersburg. Penn. II

". ADDITIONAL Reference Station TIDE: Key DATA W tTIm. J illigh't I in-lie the School was Navy graduated in in May 1938 ani 1941.from enlisted He Union has I Dress Shirt Sale # l1 r A B V II E \AALLALUMINUM

J, StatJoD- TU.ofj,!high Height....t.of,|I(duty.served: At 25 the months present of time overseas Mrs. I Publics and Colon 4LE a r lIE JALOUSIES

., Batua Honda i Simpson and son Michael Ernest
(bddceohl .m .n ft I I born July 23.( 1946. are residing it I
No Name Key 201 We mond Drive, Alexai-'rn. I Prices tHE ONLY JALOUSIE WITH NARROW INTERLOCKING LOUVERS -
I (east end) .42h 2*>-, I Virgmni I KEEP OUT BLOWING RAIN -

DOCS China .1 I Of the thousands of homes protected by CLEARVIEW JALOUSIES during -
(Sandy. Point)-Oh aim i, Clifford M Kins, aviation: elec i Slashed) 3 Y fr last year's destructive Florida hurricane, NOT ONE sustained damage

f Caldes Channel trician's mat first class (AE1), of I through openings protected by CLEARVIEW. Thousands of CLEARVIEW Auttr'
i .(north. cod) 2h (Ibm 4 M ft. .NorphM Arkansas I / f r.. installations have been tried and proven in 150-mile-per-hour storms i
On /
oOo I He was graduated from Gur.ion.j: j Toil-Quality I4; without report of a single' failure.
NOTE: High School: : before
I (_)Umus sign c..r..-.....* lh! <.itirtj in th" Navy: in Februarv eni i' Dress Sliirls I .

I, ? la he subti..rtr.t ; 1941. Prior: to reporting to Anti- : ( 4 The Original Patented TWO WEEKS DELIVERY
-Mue .sign* Coitvcti' S.M SubTtcri.: Development Squid a
( )
acLt.d ',rcn O\E. he was attached: to Fleet ; To Mnhe This the I "w ,!, t -- Combination \ Early delivery assured on ..

lh)-Hour t Aircraft Service Squadron FIVE. HURRICANE SHUTTER CLEARVIEWS! Our fourth
.. Itiggeft Sale iII -
(IIIt-Mlnu" : 4lrnry Newton Evans aviation OUTSIDE VENETIAN modern plant, located at Fort

I,of clfctrr-nies-ncn) Rome. thirl class (AL3)) Ourlisfory BLIND Lauderdale, is fully equipped with most modern

ELECTION: : I\LI.01( I lie attended Gecrgn PROWLER GUARDVENTILATION machinery and in production on 1948CLEARVIEW '
school in Rome be- Now I "' precision
Continued From Pace OnNto fore enlisting the Buy aLIGHT red
in Navy in Apr.
approve of a number of bills, 1343: lie :screed emht; month of CONTROL JALOUSIES with interlocking louvers.
One bait for the payment of $11.-, overseas duty at Samar Philip-> _e_._ f
000 to Charles Toppino &;. Sons. Islands
who constructed the new Count pine in 1945-43 At they TELEPHONE 1560 or 1561 KEY I I'T IR
present time Mrs. Evans and:! R
:; Beach, was approved. .daughter Sheila Gail. born March VENETIAN BLIND CO. :
I 1 of th;- veer are residing at 700<
t Geographers estimate tha I West First Street
I '>nta..*.. Canada has more thai 1 _

100 000 lake*. lass than half o f r. Albert D. Johnson. aviationctructarcl Corner Simoiiloa anil Fleeting SlrooN 123 DUVAL STREET CALL 1042 FOR ESTIMATES
..... we maned.e : mechanic ,
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