The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 7, 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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spent' iiyancuinx before the I I I r,: .. tbmorrov/ n Albany. N. Y mi (| n I While fears for the safety of three men .* tin hf war at Kn

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about the control of the atom-', p a..:.. USN commanding officer rf the Boca Chka Naval Air Pied fvi
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A* usual. Russian represent-,, r Governor e' itIr'h 1 Injured. 1 1I JI ,

ttvea still liuuted on their propetal ,I;! .... '.i" Lath this afternoon.,a spokesman I The U. S. Naval Base at Key
for the control of the. bomb..: lot Dewey sail ha probably will West has dispatched ,Commander Coalition
while representatives of '%11 other be out of the city when Truman;
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view- 'smves.. i /I
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year aco. that provides for the I II 1 Beginning- next: Monday night by the supply officer and For

ib7*,Uf.tJon of the military installation _V .1 1' with.a. scheduled speech in Pittsburgh. Dewey others to the scene of the [crash Suggested
of UN member nations is b speak in nine<
before international '- states in eight day.. He will make according to Captain C. C. Adell
establishing the I
control of the bomb. "i (/T) Wirephoto '(,I i many rear-platform addresses: USN commander of the Key West i Spanish Rule:
VuhliMky, who expressed the!t during the tour. Altogether he is Naval Base.:
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NATIONAL GUARDSMEN knee-deep in prepare to salvage overturnedby 'due It make: 46 speeches.
Russian view, also proposed a.reduction I I. tornado that accompanied: the West Indies hurricane at Pompano.'Fla., Seven. persons were 1 i i Henry Wallace 60 years of age "We are further investil'1tinll

armaments in of the all armed member forces nations.and injured!! and at least 25 homes were demolished there. I I I today, is campaigning in Oregon.I (IP:) Wircphoto the accident and we will do all.i DUetmrd To lay'a

we can to assist the grounded SpMlon of
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but little faith was placed in I LEONARD BACON CLARK. barges and the tug. said Captain: .
his proposal) by the WfttnJPow 42-year-old socially promnientNew Adell. I Plan To Return
ers.Vuhinkr's sincerity: is doubted Young Seaman .H li-1 WIN Yorker. enters felony 'was The received report of by'Captain Captain Busey A dell Republleau4u| thMf'I

It wu pointed out by severalape.kers I court in New York for arraignment this morning. Te airplane circled ::I ts. a........ rhea.

for the Western Powers SERIES TILT'TODA Y on a charge he stole Howe Key and noted the barges PARIS Ott.: t. The fam.. ,.
thai white their activities in the ? fterAssaultingWoman $1.362.000 from the estate of were riding high and dry above : neat of Spain was laic>aitM; *.
production of munition iT doneopenly. tdhe water level and that two of
his father. Eleaiar W. Clark.ship tUNed today at UM ayeaMa .. ta*.
in the the of the
except atomic en- crew tug were seen and
ergy production area. Russia has I owner who died In. 1936. apparently were uninjured.The 1 I United Nattona .to a* HfaH to I

denied admission of foreigners bal Is Injured BEATING BRAVES 4-1 The charge against Clark was barges were first sightedby haw that flatten. .htaugM .... .Ma*

least four cities in thst country! ; Flier George" Faraldo of Key with the view W a ft**.* mtrity
vuterc tnew are being produced. I (5..rlal I. T..$.11_.) I f grand 'larceny. West, who flew over the scene of of the UM dek ....*.
a No hope was expressed by rep Raiole* the wreckage in an airplane this The rtlir resentatives of the Western Powers Patrolman. BOSTON, Oct. 7.-Cleveland Indiana;; won J morning. He notified the Navy of from Ot Battaaa h I
on the UN Political Committeethat I Prices For the barges' condition and Captain was IUt te ted that tn. mi.< Ar
anything of a definite nature Fells FleeingiplIl.tiek i I Australia. Urges, \ front the Boston Bravest! 4 to 1, in the second .Adell immediately got in touch'I haler Franc tram ... tiii< .f u.
will be done at the present sessio. i i with the Naval Air Station. Boca Spanish eiptlt.afait"
'- .. .- '. J 1 I Round-Antarctica .game of .tie_19111, Worltl, _.-. cries thi811ft' .rJloon.., BeefcAndPoFkGoing Chic'i. :,
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/ 1910! I World Series today.! : m..and reported back to Cap and proponeato si MM. t..aeeeiis
One Key W ester j jAi | Next tain Adell about an hour later. .
J ::.Ni Flight Yc"rI ClocKuid: {] scored in the fourth : --- 1
,t Iwirq iniiinjr.Bondreaii Down At the offices of the Key West- Miami to survey. !+n **.*.. .. ,
76 Him;' Man Goes I I 1 Miami Barge Lanes was learned I fend, .
Among Floridai: i! doubled and Cordon' singled! scoring today that both
PERTH. Australia-UP) Chas.: barges were being A prig bier, wMeii aa. fed m
I To fratal Hospital I Porterhouse In : towed toward this city awl both shallow wakea lay ate. *HMrti
I K. Foot. a West Australian is !! i (
War II Dead i ( Manager Lou of Cleveland. Dody singled and I were loaded with freight. It was'I'ed to vtrimiy .* Haw Uv An f
I To:.Trent t",Injuries i I J I trying to promote a, round-the- -; New York Drops From I{not known the value of the 'ambulance' tnm. HM Naval >*...

..._k. .. .'...I_., 1 1 Carlton Tt.. Startup; 20, a Nivil i south-polc flight next year. Gordon: corcd.In t freight 1 I petal waa m UK FlM rW) b. t,
,ATLANTA. GENEGAL.DE. lie think; such a flight should( SI.IS; To 00 Cents; I; An official of the Barge Lines I render find .*.. ,f rt war ..+-i..t

put. AilanU. Oct. 7*-Remain i ,* of seamanattached wa erreited": : 'at about.-t-) the'2 t PCE-85ft.a m. to- |;' be made early in the year to the fifth llitrlndiain scored n;:ain. MilchHI Pork Don 95; Tn 69eI ; was reported to be enroute from by any of th* frewn. .. Nw art. 1!

.10. Florida .World'.. .. War II deed! >'day- >n charges of assault and b- ttery.against.a !''! mark the visit of King George!;: I! singled lo hit, Clark i arrifirrd( hint to ,second, ;:
-V% way m.lljr interred In', .woman drunk anddisordgrly \,i VI. Queen Elizabeth and Princess IT "._1.... Pn-t
temporary military cemeteries In\, conduct and resisting ,,I Margaret. I NEW YORK. Oct 7-Prices of I
j I and Bondrcan tingled! and brought Mitchell in. OCCUPATIONAL;
Surupe. are being returned to the arrest, j ji Foot says such a flight would meats in practically e* erv sectionof
States aboard U S.
United the i: The COd1pl inin;' witness]I strengthen Australia's claim to; Boston scored once in the first!! inning. Dark the United States continue togo
Carroll I
Army transport Victory. i
''jts I +Jnst Startup 13 Mrs. Ruby Qui- I j I part of the Antarctic continent. I down. .
After arrival the Carroll Victory
at the New York from two to hull 23, who lives ft the Post i i i I and add to scientific knowledge, got on 011 an error by Joe Gordon Torgrsmi!! .singled I It wz-.; pointed out here that' LICENSE FEESPAYABLE I
Unite Inn and who alleges thitj i I of the cold north. He Aiggcbts
five weeks will before the
Atlanta distribution elapse center will be Startup into a taxlcab at the corner of 1,> boat and start and end at Perth. steak was $1!15! a pound: i I
able to advise the next of kin i .
Front and Duval streets. i i Dark ('or(>tl. today it is 88 cents. ARE
_hn they may expect to receivethe |I I From his Wet::; Australia city
remains of their loved ones. The woman who managed to'I I'|i..... <--v-. th> plane could fly to Prices for pork are fallma:
and ; The Braces I llirrn'enrd in the second
break from Startup inning. ,
th< those of away
Among remains are Hobart Tasmania.: Th-n it more decidedly in some parts of
l then told the driver of the cat,. S. i|( Delinquent To Pay J -
Tit Frank Alfonso who fought !
: ; would head south refuelling: at of
the than
i Lopez, to drive to the Driftwood >alkehl *iiiplrd lo rich! and lanky walked. With country prices j
r In the Army, and whose: next of I'j I Macquarie Island. at a rendezvous not operate thaw btepti'..... .tot .
kin Is Dulce J.L Alfonso. of Key Club so she could get some help.;: with a .hip in the Ross Sea I beef. Penally Of Ten now." said ..........
Wnt. The driver did as directed and ; Iirl: and second occupied. Snalin :pronnd out Only three week, ago, in New
when the: cab reached the club !I i! and then at Palmer Archipelago. The ocyp lMnnl l ........ >"C
Mrs. Quihuiz screamed! for hep.! ;! It would make the next stop and loniiuj Volumes! hit into. an racy! out. Orleans poik chops cost 95 cents i ja \ Per Cent from MM to $1.31. fto aa iM..i pawn
sold for : I .ks ctutt fr. .
Robert A. Kerr 1 pound. Today they C9j ahavinf ItIIIC .
{ ;; Special Patrolman Frank Diaz I I at Magallenc, the Chilean city indications that theprice !l an e.4. ..bli.lis4. ...... ..t
s was' nearby and ran to help the t!i! at the southern tip of South In the iiinlh, iiiiiinp ihp Irae were again cents with Tai Collector f
Report* bualnea& wtte .... Maw frfn. i IIit.ried
Died This woman Startup broke into a run. :I! America From here the plane I will go consideiably I'JWerl I( I
Morning going down Duval street toward: I( would fly to Cape Town. South dauj::(-ioii-. Stinky doubled, but neither of hip I before the present slump conic 'I II :| Only) :3IH I J IVr oi" Ami peddlers 1M :1-A4 sad: Missive....ofnterrlnnOfse
Green atrect. Patrolman Rene Ri- Africa stopping on the way ala I I! .
r Robert Alexander Kerr. 82, died lole, who had been at Police Head- : permanent whaling station al I5o loll 1 Iraiiiiiidle that l followed roidd( ad anre I to(an A end for the Department .' "Firms Bate Taken meratedUnder Settles N.... mt thvnance ."a/ f.
{ this morning .t the' residence of quarters. ran to Duval street ani South Georgia the south Alantic I { spokesman _
in of Agriculture said today|| Out Licenser i ttan< li $.n eaet.M I'
him home Ix-inoii threw the third I
his son. 1208 Pearl street after a saw Startup being;, chafed by Then it would fly to lo plate. out that while the prices (>f beef ue Ihkf'ly |I .1 I weenie tees Mils .. /.Non

a short illness. Diaz.When Prince Edward and Heard Is. to continue to fall for several i Only 418 persons and firms of "Anytmn peesea. theta K r.r f.t.
Funeral! services: will be held Startup dodged Ilnle (ratter, and ihe game officially wawn by Cleveland | ,
i lands before completing the I weeks, when a readjustmentto : the total 1 of 1.600 which have to be or asMnti IAM .btl 'I'acot a
i tomorrow at 5 p. m. in the chapel; threw his. nightstick . i of the Lopez Funeral Home I>' vJoteph knocked the fleeing man to the 'i to 1. v condition I' licenses up to noon today tie.a, heeupaCM&. ar pJu'uie. f.'.
Miring of St..Mary's Star sidewalk. Raiole started walking j .. tablished, they may show a i e- I' .
that tinv As i ifl.'r !City Tax Collector Archie Rob- wbieti a .iteieae N pattdi..d M the.
of the Sea Catholic Church will Startup: toward healqujrtTa; W t hue core: newcd uptrend thedf'CN'ase rts announced. Otdtadace j WVJMNMM. UfVlrh ......."C
o/ftciate. Burial will be in the when he met Sergeant II. B Boy- pork he said a in I IhUlTiNt In these and brniftc.mke sail ... .
123 5 6 7 9 the| urging persons airy tlMefM
family plot in the Catholic kin. Startup began to resist I of the price was
ceme arrest -
firms to pay their accuytionil al.eN a ..... asibe.ewS ..uI
tery. ; and it took the combined efforU -. Cleveland ___ 0) O) 0 2 1 (O U O 1 to market shipment to take of advantage spring pigs!of taxes now Collector Roberto Sept. I I r Survivor: Widow: Mrs Fannie of B-jykin Raiole anl V* BRADY'SPoultry that later there will be a penaltyof fort=ant r.rt'.n. chatepaa ...ori -
Kerr: five sons Teddv. Clifford: trolman Eugene IIE'rnlln1'z to I the high quotation: ) 10) cent aided: to their tx '! victran., be .pwmaliarf. fins .
UOMOII" 1 (0) O) 0 O O) O 0 (OHallerie ) --- ._- -- ---- per : i a* a h.
I Kermit. Sidney and Willard Kerr. place Startup in a cell. bill*. (to exceed' F.Hy Uiillen tM s./ '

On daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Later! the police took Startup to I j Lemon and Megan and The lirenso held by these,. by t pnMaw*at a.4 ...........c I
Dillon.: 13 grandchildren: one Naval Hospital where the injuries and Eggs : ; bpahti. Palace TheaterChester person and firms expired .* of 1 sixty (C 9) d-.. M by balk ,'r
greet grandchild:: and a brother, ,he suffered at the hands: of I Selkeld. October 1 I. so that they really can fine end .tmpntmwMirt .
Joseph Kerr. Tampa.. the policemen were tre
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Itallcrt Raised Fryer, I! NEWS and SERIAL

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned as Roa-ters Soft I FOR SAW! FOR SALE! I! USED CAR BARGAINS
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Executor ef,the Estate of Grace Low.. -deceased. will 1 receive Good :Used Cars MEN.T.

sealed bids for'the sal of the rn..story house and lot locatedat Hone ((ousters
the cornet of Sevt&ajrd *.ad Elimabeth,.Streets. Key West. TWINS GARAGE j'I STRUCK LUMBER 1',\KI) -NOVICE- 1917 Studebaker t.oiiiiiuiuh: l''onlot

Florida and known as a part ef Lot Two ((2)) in Square Sixty We Invite You To Com Your Friendly Studebaker'Dealer TELEPHONE 816 Effective On MONDAY.Oct. 1917 Ford iiiKT| DC Lu\e Tudor
(110)). up to and including IX P.M. (noon) on October 21st. A.D. i i
f TELEPHONE 169 11. MT Office 193U Buick Fonlor
1141. Said property will be.sold for cash to the highest bidder pete Quality and i I Hours Will Be
and the purchaser will real it* aa )Executor's: Deed of Convey I 1916 Model 71 Hark! ). .,hlMMt .Mutorrjrle

nee.. The undersigned"reserves the right to accept or reject Price. IPHOXE 1S41 MIAMI KEY WEST 12 Noon to 4:00 P.M.SATURDAYS .

any .r all &ids The house wilt b* open for inspection from TICKET OFFICE
4 to I P.N.,.Octeber 9. 14. and! !S. For further information 1214 While Street j

... the undersigned. I ALL AIRLINES I CLYDE-MALLORY TELEPHONE DOCKS 6 II\ 10 A. M. to 12 Noon Monroe Motors, Inc.

Date. at Key West. Florid, this October 5th. 1948. PHONE 510 1 I
,:\exl Lear
A* Executer ef the Estate of Grace Lowe. deceased. I Miami. Von.. Oct. 11 I I
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"..: on. cc..a; i4 ra.klt'ihedd' : feast tiit radio CT&CUSOUter '. # i 1I. :; Days Bycr ,
1 e--.- ... .... srn..f.Oa1j .

__ Lay )_.apts.__ cases. .. KIF w.- .... >f'Ttrify their stalesefit* before theygive Pnnsts AEUESGS t }A.TAKTJ neM t....

amOCTc1r oc
: fd..eli K ll.p W'.s ..... s.atsar ten:: ei t a* trstSsf.Af -- TMZ.
A! ES6171' : : T. tfltPly
.rotas M 1wt -.cUTUIJ ....... 3. rtswife elf false re>;.oru s=*d* Ii T \r C C.i.c! : 2i 12. cay Bat 2T3 cnng b t&e;l. -wzy dab he H3 feissrifYes. ? El .
.TMwfttiarg .. I re SfssaA" e3n ig3a "zee. ;. 1 kR 1alshah c5ja"t Is.- I I, _
rise ... ............JoY.,6: ev.d 4w Ace: e.tameata3 ab.ot Key West is regard \i : !.ad:5nd. -G-\Y.- he. y_ cz7 SZT- nee se eel to be atj-itf sort; .- Cay answered -Be b4 I t Tf.! Cr'la'S' Ll+tis"r Spine- -
.. ... ......... 4M 11 d lIaS..T. aM *ilIIt after. tee ey 1 kiB decreed I e !Iee to a s< youscltat3ag rf Xorreaess: ; ; witiLa tie roam ... to awar with h ea. .J '. .
belted me ED tl/atr/ Iba.- _
.... .......... : :, ;:1J"iQ page cOt ar
.21 a mM tB the bsrrsesse cf Stesib!T 91': Sal grgretrmapeal* !Iri. 1.. w4't R : waif Catky sck* apia Csetta;; bow' 1-""" 1& .
a"T&.a i irsaDJ" pelts-s' teLP tux .. 1 wt 10iaJ ..m age darts silrt. Qe .p..A>* >.lr iM aStibal4.Ii
sr> ..". letters sail sense tefezraos' ::: were received wed IMF tens (Soon*,.a ju'wspapr : .- e deac"n' that she hid us red.coy :;; been ter lie lstaa .... .....
rtMEa j w. -
y_ ; he said with fizu&tylthir'c :-J terrify gn. Wd.1 was
..... LM Here alst tie sapi ed Tut dtracti9B **- !, ; {Megej CIat that tart cur": O-b. Cafey. Car Jazno: ea's :!Q last gate far etxicig's :SA M far bah Anyway." bd.l'- ....MSr. ....

._ t..w_ ..rests..... 115w 1.M is tii city. Same .f the writers i C'IInI *Gtwayi fips reiemet tossateod sir." Cq asple3Tea; kad aL ETeryifcif yoa'Te t.cL1111-; ** i tl1.e satry+t ,.a.a! ssAatrzTSlnet cC! 'usSewiZtt' ng day aid. clew fa tsrriiy: ln. aad yo a know rt. WhaTs wtida I fIZ/ a ,ert 01 .. '.'#""1' ... .

inquired if hey West: weld b*'ff'ICre-a'tly T 1nunnd. J Aho tie nar tae toldma'r I sere, Use Soezi blows it. too t CmC a>-.: Wbea ids toidiwiat me -wake of aMtp .......... ....,... '4

.;: ..,..Z....w Aascab lures lslwsru to actei edae t.sri .a the cocs- i .f V< cay" j eaks of ynt. tt.k r1a tri.fcio .' He sect ts dusty. that redlvad be Lad dace. I was tnatx.I that T'Statarde.IlnstS tMaf11.
Sgatst-rft. fe iKasr eriarj4 ?*- Ca:: y ciQKslertd .1 wart > d. x.Cabf man. down te[ naaemfecr teller toa ttai X tsM w a--. '

:" As ...... ........ .....,.. 'f ....... ,. .*.... l'a.wJL Y "Ttbe! a.zaveirarytf* -4( fsa. ndaten U> kzuv:: : nrf _.soe.-"GQ rr*.yea rcC cf end t&e irslt fire.5 is taT ta krow.gH.: ad be knows all tMft'! i wasted He BO tried part to cf stfhe torn me.ZI rf ... b Me l...f d'.4 ...... 1

.. ..w4 ..(e..r. ....... pm. w. k I Isa At Trait *se e. ia5eEtator. Lowell nils r tl!.as'&;4StK1IMT tinflrr; ber de-l I Carte pnaesfr ha ear closer: 1- ...... "
feed w. :
Gsrgssod zi- :
.r ..,_ W. o 4M sus et6 J. --. er aa. kLllatk5 : -* !a & ---- I Ir
..- ... wrts9..lse as fns tt r1 Thomas. gave out a false report' aboet the Thi I mis- posrtcd to ta cr tt d:: tie. taniyB& ,to the kcyhoSe. 1 i aged to get Mrt ct the ., 1 .- .
,.... a sari take ts cur usso riuee zed ea't : at -c.y.J.e beard Cato ssy.< bGa\t: !' aiti .. ;
: .rs Y .n:art = West -O- Gay ZM w. ; was saae-oataace away .. tr a -.-
; of 4 r
.. rriuJie' that parsed ea-$ Key 1
Ttetr. e. +ss .214 e. bIo cti & aa.atw4t u senoos.: ArtaaHy its a' I heard saw. I ran bck a
e4...... Ir.w sa4 -J-u .c ......, K :i y .-:;. toil; u.-d ;..e"Icir when a el a T.-- Fa"...salt .
% "
1. =. ....... gaff S .'--6 ate ....a soaps.. Tuesday. He sad that Key West had winds ;k. .j. Q4 steastt i ycc; stBiE ; aver ci lie xsi: deaX Caa you' Inked a. Pail. lay ca tij .1tWM. ... w th
............... I .. ..-.. t. 2i't ccxSeistaad that Gesrge has be a 13'1&o(. Be be was tread. 1 1Ttere 'WC- .liaQf.. ..
\ it
h raca
3f ts lab ,wallets aa )er. J.'Q A < gel arrested for the Busier of JcialSaedlker pctalaetltweal.
I tt
t -
an Est
Pb.n. beard was BMZC::
; testis say aad the czJy Ink M as ..vr..rslibisee
HI hun,. :some of had intended fire ttoqsaM dollars want
i ""I Z ctio d7aIsr.saa t .at Dare tis GKZie I aid the teU:g ts Ja'it) Ilfss.I.Y Rw.lrst fill

.; : R1942 to cosie here next winter, satar- aitiaEy gave b to n.t' Gay said; t I that STC tbo iaant dwllus.l know ... IGf WW Cs r br -'btdrssyAsraaiisM

ally tiwezht that this eiQr: was battered '' BIRTHDAY > .s f(' Lwhi.a 1 aaant wu tUl. he didat: kUl that mar &ti:1' that Irs m.spy yes truck.. tail. was &IWI6e7 1 gal for Ielbc.UI. \ otrgh. U we cocld: pro?*
again within two weeks. His statement ,, ; .& taaeh acts Du; dtied, Nod. accey was yocrs. o? that -G t year t&iNS ecv G y. ;
By vfN Kewdutum uJwLr iJ tiM..I? '- II yai cot it from: sornccn *.fa*. Were gaszt ta cal on SfcertSJjoaaua. .,. n 1 J 5ev-..{# .. M .It j
j .
rseat more epiaieiss: : fcgr the Key West: ." c.-. .anl be t... Matt/ j
-- a' t dslaat.laa + Who'lls i sotaveoA* et er u.ahm
; Chamber of Commerce acdthose residents KERHT .a to* rsb e'tt t4. to S erdX w &U&.t be able: to -Use Sheriff?" Say repealed.There .,QIt 4t+wfps tr ss11e = i
I ACAED W LL.\a:. fear la tttr *c*.
hold. George for a ramntf. .. list w ltifl rs ttr ..a.t I
f who receive iaqairifes from aszfoas rela- Fn alrasfTfe farta Ue. Cay -
; bent Oct 7. IttZ, CIa a farm tn. said 1D ru&e3ib: r it Cajlry. >?}'. -ra- Cathy saUL It yflo'r ....... C+N+* tIw Kair :
tfr -< friend Aiirr ozassy l&m. Ha Casber'secretary Gay, this GetTgrs teller the truth aDd I think ya ,
or slay LrIISt.saets visas
WEST mu $ kbtr.eas. as [, CI6-
: DOGTLIfg T1 FOB zrrXDTOC&TCD I.r.e =te yosf vas.grew: dt; yosiVe EoUUBf to fear
are now
'. :: ET THE cnza:: > f Too much assuming and presuming is was< Hardrs-. '\ .pottaa+ibaw u it!:" , do 1 love you him bear: You'd* better tea Harry. Ira tsttit late.* ... ... 1

made commentators. News t cf .g "Haw sack td y by !3e as $
.. ruuai-e. His i'naarCa:4'T aaAed, dalregardkg get that fins FEW nusules later the, sisters mlis.Mf atad .a. ,lass j
L MM Betel cod Ajortzrttsii.BiMft I Ji'BW' led in a paper is one thing, and grandfatber:. ). be sirtr's q--aiccL. f Gsorte!* Cathy screajaed.1 gooey. A emerged from Gays bedroccB.Cccttn '1IIa-ft .,. .. .. p ... !

: :. 1 aad >Battic PcriBcB tommensing on the news is another. The 1 rredja a Tbe- 1 "O-h. socty-Sre baadred d<trs t -. went tell yW. Gay cried.: had already backed, away HIt"' ar ... 1

a. .At.-Land' aad SeaCMiifMirtm .. j I odor. Rase.elt' : I Uwufc. it was.atBd .-, I Ail right. Gay* he heard; :: Iran tie door and into tbe- pr.- >.wg that ...aalr rttt w c:... .. ..
I former, though sometimes colored or i Cotnty.Le : said. the ranch tee you;Cathy i say hum1 know how tet nee darkness o: a far earner.Tbey wen i

L U. Cocsiy adAadHcciocx Wl'finin minor iEWtme*:*,. is mach nearer tI GaJ-1be to k'" Caby asked. I.I YW cot that aucey. You murdered croped tMu.y to the 1 1i ji
CIJ'.c. Soedier. Yoare the stairs. west down the steps and
I' ; L (' !( IIIi the trsth than ootridled vaporiags that ia! eDrJ" "O c&tars T 'Cajr said. Tw hang Think of it. Gay out of the bouse When be bard i OhaftM E. IsWeMf .-......
w--- ksova
"' I uida.t ta voat to da,
Afard SI 5 Ley. Wi..
the air. ; I wail, 1 jeer pretty wh4e neck in that the back door dace behind them,
frequeltly come over j gyy-tf.
i 1 w ; ; ct with by ,coarse rope note:,.. year bind; be moved swiftly entered Gays bard C7IrI: I" a attigag III
!''I .! I Cenlment is the attitude of the man ;i "Ibt bin people fare you a tied beimyl! you. Tie rope -alar4"GU'1l roosts A damp burned bci sw mine Iowa ccpr cl tie bill o C' **>. didn'ts bureau that stood aflsft
It'll ,atop a a.JI
1 OCJl\1'11 making it. Give the tame story to half a tt>. nr A. antes to aM I: C&tJr' awlat tighten ., yrry3Ti. be I one wan the trunk was }oat *. ""..1.11M
'I dozen commentators, and if you listen:! to becaire: one of the cngoial New "'Te.q gave tut socattt rg. "Nor* Gay sobbed hysterically. beyooi it. The lock oa the trade Cw*. __ ka s11dtV

Mar Reackn all of them you will be in a quandary to Dealers Was secretary tf ,netsre ti U. :By the No! 1 won't haitg I tell yon .1 was oU it yielded without tut Key WIa mtlSipNlr'MAfretlaan .
i i 1 wont! I kill It oSensg much resistance to Cofbtn's -
it dxtat Snedikerl
cuZtsre vice paint sad a&--i--I' way, -we d you& keen thatavyet..i..g .
:. After Tiwdajr brief dorm a TM i- I determine what's what. Each commentator : \,6. of de bask fare yoaT" was Phi Pail Mantis who: did rt.1 1J knife U'fcV. and.: finally. to lid.. 0- itn ..... ..
tary air raavice: maw a j ,
from the barrel of his stelMn. Melllary. r All iIse
O-b it's nd. I know because he told: me Le pressure
sc '.. tor VM heard to say. "I. this what yeti<< will have hi* own view and proceeds ;': date for President '_ Probably in your tnmk." & I I gun. Locating the balance of JelmSnedJcer's .... ..... tie .... ..... d

w. .*H a dttArtrous bGnicane1'.h' l we to amplify it, and the conclusions reached "Yes. tWi's where rt is." I J "lsen how did yen get Saedi-,i I money: was even eas the ........ tMa1a r. .bll ....
"Weald .rail it cut. ker's moAeJ1- Cathy hurled at, ier. Corbn: grinned brcadly. pocketed .... ....
A I Radio you & tung I itfcfttl :. r rt .s )... I
Asa md wiod of hurricane force: ve by the dozen commentators are likely to j Programs the left the room
/ i FIr_-? Cathy aiked. "Or better: her relentlessly. "Hpw did you:I money .Moil s..*.a.
prefer 1..t.rjud* like that of Tu *- be different ra many respect?, some of sCQ. since you're sa tired. if;: get it7* I without delay. la another nunute 1 --

1- TIIE ORACLE I them essential to the point of the story. ,I: By The Associated Pres. it-youll gee me the key HI get i: Gay"I sobbed.took the cc&ey fnm P..1.."i I he In the was:: enveloping safely out darkness of the house.there ;, Kay Was "-j..>wW.aii-.CH

I smile his face wen IMM au oust aI i+- St .
-Kow that I thr..r of tt. Cay Was Phil: slHl alive when, you r was a grim on g >
r DGytilne s........,. : said hastily "it isn't La the trunk.I .'. took the! money from him!- .was a rejection of a plot k* .. ...... .A......

Monty multiplies the power of man, t tes _
V Fer c.cav.a sta.sard.... I .. -- ,.- -- ,-_. ,- -ed Ii 11 ....-..
-- -- -- -- -
i vas Is .....,. iN-on...'alaa.i .. -Ai., 91M. ((9itho>ila .. tllAMaresF'..

'f .i ': SeereUry-Ceneral Trygre Lie of the If }"TJU want to gain the good opinionof I ale t.a bi.tri.OCT. Is "CB"1| WILL YOU SMILE? II.- .. was sa ea.rtt tItM1Reel.

J 5tiou' propose a final! armed an individual,give him an order for whAt 4 THXOVOH OCT. tMigft. II .,,: tatas 4:
( ; ::- >WWUci for the iat nutkaal organization, he has to ell. ....... ft. I.'NEW YORK-', >-A new fire;.J .. I;l i Ready to Servei ' a1e '
I '
.a-H m.y..i. .. v. "_.M. ., fer to battle airplane engine I t

I f" i : reeraited on ft world-wide Lam. "NO EVIDENCE AS YET" 1:1seanu4 Betaafast cf.h-ass r.stts.s.a.Ta. Tires u announced by Walter. 1 less expands gas,to heavier many times than its air.stored It!'I i i A raerabtr *>f the Min!I t I Horoscope,

t j ... The proposal 1 .. not net.. Indeed, it G.alaadabeat.Ca ,I KM*!* & Co. after tests m planes. volume, Kidde engineers said State Legislature WM baK 1
pc.. The chemical mcatcchlcvoroobnxncfne 1{I'' THVIWOAY. UCTOMft
Ebs-Lye. i is !I 4.
.. .b*. the 'backing of the United States and Looking over the prospects for an ,.:-Fre4 Wari&1f n.....:... thane, nicknamedCB"I!I i j-CB" was" less corrosive to needed. cbosumly"*:The irsmberwith br. a e.ltleagl -j! Jlt4&I. .. j.rrwa d iritM I
.. wane
metals bromide.
3ture r.e Yi a-its than methyl :a
:.. k Hwtild t,e obviotu that if the United N'atkiM early war the Bro{:klings Institution, a nonprofit ,. KStourt Li-5-b. II It was developed by the Germans great patience for the day{'I.-..................... ...Me.. ...da
.. :6-Koer el oC during the Ja..ctar.. and has !I t1-hip ....... M
, J U to amount to much in connectionwith research: institute<< concludes that >Tfcrr, :y Horncisa I idee been perfected here- I t H'; LEGA15 : that'The he needier could .trtke arose one b ck.dy and'!;::. an. MIW 1f slalrs agalll ..flan..

Ik. minor pn LUm of the world, it there U *ro evidence. th;;ttri wJphas decided l1fCO-Bfta&: 'fa HQ J'wl 4-at- : :CB" is as effective as bromide j jin" I addressed the legislator."Sir. Y. will ke receptive
j i I ifs.-rer, ,zsaneau nothenng fires, and sorne- .\ THEN( (rr rontr op THE ; 4s II* tNy.I3. :zit
wM 1 require ome armed forces at its war H neeeioary. On the other hand, what' r.i.t\ he said the news )KM ..
Ahern.. more effective, on a weight :>TH JiUKjit. r6pt..aJ... it a conflict breakout bans than carbon dioxide, Tti: "TAT : tu' rLaniu just rome to me that you are aveterinarian. .. ...... the .
says, may anyway I U.-Wetotm* Tra.i.r -*W I Inc':: f\ ."\" FOR HO\MOK <*<'0l NT*. Is trierYt3 i kwef MI = I
The proposal Mr. Lie however w.f "through inadvertence and miscalculation. l Kit i.ttt> fJatt-3S ,r-.t4 company said. All three kin;I, itCHI\EMV. that I;! yasrelf. Sa weir at t" a
I' : -
4 ..
12-3 ... drawled Ute |.
*-% Tc.4. seC xaa'e-tee a fire by robbing it of its oxygen t. \ -:oc oae ....,. et haub
*.r omethin like an international") police, : Kitt ZUUTHalf"Le :supply. The new chemical can be. FREDERICK LEE IHTTOX. had been ""-arti.DCAre yeti Ur*" 9 J J1
':()- BOGr-r.t.e Piatatllt.V. j t!
-:. rather than an International army. The poKc Admitting that relations between the l5-.Hg CUC-...... stored as a liquid under.pressure ", -mtnatrE'ELIZABETH '.I Tlurt. u 1. ..... .... !,

.. would be able to take care of minor United States and Soviet RuAsia have de- 20-CwotU. or, N !C-r.t.e. in containers within the plane I BLAIR r ( TT"N.Ief.adaat..: Parent eel die after theiryoung aarTLK tiliMi ..... --. I
; C;<3** fcr a. r.a-.W fuselage It's released as a spray t INliER OF PIBIICtTlOVTf. are spawned. fro ..-:.M
Incident and. maybe, the clajhex between teriorated and that either country might 2)-serial. i4r t% braN 1 into a burning engine compartment : fc.UzaAtl> Blair I u1,_ ... J.
Pride and Orcom tcTb Rural Retreat.J -- I
: the very' mall power It would take an conclude: that "deliberate use of armed I Hot : and vaporizes into a color-I'!J Virtriaiav I ;
gas-i1.eies B* Beat* --d4 I I Tnr are aerefcv repaired to appear
ftMerBationJil army of tremendous size, to force" is nece *ary the In :-rb. 11M. Fut7-= take tare of dUpute that might arise between that "there Lt no evidence to this effect but 4tC1- fJlt Hoet QoU .rt-i Counterfeit l..r before eke sib day ..f :OO.rI : _
I A. r>. 144*. ntb ra-i.e the aJl Ka- _
{ let u* say, EoMta and the United that on the contrary the evidence indicates I 5-.s Hvs7a4.aabo4OWfaaaTaw I tl ..* atala4l tatreta. win t">* 1&10-!

-. St.t... TK .Iu! of the Army that would be at t least at this time, neither side L'1 a:! rrreararr'a" l I! Smokes i,ea >as on#r..and nf--<>r4.I.I ..r..d at Key ""..,a .:
Klddie Hoar stat rt( at( 1 tr. nori4a tole eik .., //mater.
i day
needed in wch an emergency<< Li *o large seeking an armed cla !h. I later>-ate tad xata 1 iI !. r.. tss.i '
: I SHA."GILIA) new cigarette -' I/
that th. creation of such an internationalforce Noting that the Soviet seenw content i ,
has appeared on the Shang- ,{ 3rlt P.r SawyerClerk

i ban impowibility.Thi / ; to Off the "cold: putsch" tactic* and that NETWORK PROGRAMS hainvarket named "Met Yuan"or j. B). Kalhl of Circa....n Nfrltaar C..urf.*

r does not mean that the United this is invincible until met by opposing T.... ..taster. .t .......:Fa eca.. I Itr.1 .':"American money." :i Depntr: 1ri

Ration*, because it cannot handle every force of equal strength, the In titute notesa !I n>.tf rta standard. '. standard.....iract.attract w ....r.!,.... The package pictures two U. Sso .i!Attorney Earique dwiai&aMo.t"r Plal.tiff.I Jr.. Called 09 say peel friftwl-c.- lie hen" e.. air, .... ",/ w*.. .WA .

t nw .. $....e local >tat>.n. cKan(. bills but the secret service I ort.-l4-I--154- Miller who. edit tU Cavity .*. wear he etlla4
I problem of the world should not be able i new element i in the situation. This H the : hear cf relay t. f-t l-cat KMtf..l.*. of the Treasury Departmentcan I tae other day. Aa4 by a.lltee

:- Last mmwt..,......crv....rant changes cajv- Vest The bills the : ,.fUv .f lmtrut. t. Yae. lapli- haaziaa J tie w Wee. I ........Ps."
t.a kaMlU& me. Perhaps it uilfbe beat! for growing opposition of the United States'!, I .st bs easy. carry ...... I.. fiaal Hiacearer.Pr.bate the wall ., Cappr once k tail both .
I face of Abraham Lincoln the $3man. t t .id.-and fwW tsW.1UMhfsiatf.
.- some for the international organization taking the form of economic assistance to / Lao ISO4I. WaB far his papers
years ..
THURSDAY, OCTO1U 7 I 1ro1HT or THe lotNTTJI P. ..... thMs ...
.' to perfect it* technique and apply its Europe and "increased i military preparedness : 114F YoHuE l OlTl., "Remember there are two as.Jn dden.e..1 ... peM
h..... | -r.%TE OP frUIMIIll.n
Justice to the smaller places of the earth. in this country.** (:GO: -N... Report li Mia.-mbNc TODAY'S PHOHITt.. I to every quest OlL Get both! aiJcs. dots pail .f w.W we eel
.vc 4t Your,. Day-**., t R ih Kvtat fsK Be truthfuL- ray-l1. .iebe ., ... 1aM1-.t
This .U
not to decry either its The authors of the point out ANNIVERSARIESKnow > rrrMAT HOFFMAN.
: or report : *.W' EIsat H.oasbeWtMC4C. I
I ,_. I .. ... ... .
bhe .. ..
H..r ( ,..bc-west a known a A rood slows act fu as arai hia
:.. its jutic. bat to face the inevitable fact that, by this: year, the Soviet Union: considers >Kxt4ie"(worn Uwr Slant repsa-r'I. eit tr.!)--...>..b..--.ut wIS .., I ( America) I :<"'SE: j. HOFFM\N.r--eaa.d. newspaper-f.r people,Jut s... Bca .a ... te *>.1 n bit ,e_ .....s..

i that whenever the great powers are in- the United States as the only powerstrong i ': -2t >rt.; 51wic Tin.;*-*bc 1747-Ebenezer Zane, Revolutionary I: To All Whom It May
t *t4.ed. the! of the world iLl influence and I, Aa A>.....ric; n Abroad-cl:.* I soldier, explorer road :t X"tj- k'r.h> elves lhatI.JF.ASF.TT. to .
peace cannot be enough) to oppose 1 ; RKKTIIA liRAZIL baa every question: the side.f th. M.
5i3-Nwsratt bf Thre blazer of Ohio, founder of Zanes- :.
the trowel TUonias ircp*.t'111-cb i filed her final report a" Exervtrix who. Tot oce and tb... who.
kept United way.
: by that to the Russians. "the United: States I villeborn in Hardy County W :: of tfc- rlUa,. <.f Ko>etta May Hoffman -
t. too-sapper 0211-cat-sals al! known R.dJ. Ilnff- vote another the side .
[ as f those tJt.u
roust stem weak.. However the decisionto The Iteulah 3ilucbNc : Va. Died Nov 19, 1812. r :: .
'" .. I I II I m man I' at enjoy a
and fommtoUiry- temperate trfte-
1812-Alfred C. Hobbs, famed her petition for final diM-harge a..cIi
ij NEW ATLANTIC BASE reconstitute!! our war strength may havea Ktt'ton Lawn Jr.-.i. :i thathe wall| apple t.. the lU.noraj -
at 7 ti-X.w. and Comm tt > I lock expert who picked competitors' i .
1 ... : I j ble Raymond R l>.rd r<.unty Jad Re.I
"sobering" effect The fact is pointedout '
SnJth Sbowcbd'I i .
i = locks to prove his own I I I vf Muaroe County Florida, s> the c."rI4w.1f4L .
t'.4dJekN, .,.........
I InM CemIDCAtaf7-at.
Because of a "shifting of rtrategic that the precipitate demobilization of I L>i inr Oat_ ..:: I II .. better, and whose success pick-i I 11itlo I i>r..val
t t ifngwrtancc. from the Pacific to the Atlantic. ,American armed might after the recent 7.10-Van Damrn Qulottt-nblx.b ing locks in England made all I.i, hare &JI ElTutril of the eMateof .........
I Crosby Club-tin: t
locks there look futile, born in. Kooetta May Ifoffmao. .1 loknown r.
; : ," the Navy will establiith: a major fleet war. was one of the most; powerful encouragements >r t.nt. lti Co.mmcDt-mt.Oran-atN : Boston. Died in Bridgeport an R.d- J. Hoffman de- ----.1
I IXt. teamed on this 13th day ft beptnnJber. /
frirbae' for the country's largest carriers I to Soviet agy.res..ion. Tai-fiarrntss.. fooi: .BtBt: -.*.bSpurts Conn. Nov. 5, 1891. : un .
Urc.adu.t-ct. .
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I 1821 Richard H. Anderson. i
r* Jacksonville. Florida. ComiatBt-Bibs I II i I; K\f< mrI FOR SALE
a.oo-UeDry Aldrich S \1t-obcKP.I gallant soldier. Confederate lieu- I.I Rnvetta Mar ilof man. atilt /
I ; Whll. Vice.Admiral: John I). Price. People are dying every day on the I .*M..,.tt I I.*Pate roateao-abc aDd< WM-cB. tenant-general born in Sumter!' known as Iio.e J "drreared.l ..Urn..... J

Deputy-Chief of Naval Operations for Air j highways, trying to find out how fast they Taknt) Jackpot+bt:30Burns i ii County. S. C. Died June 26, 1879. I, ..y t..lC-3-t : t..I'U' "" "sslss aw. B
f : Allen-aboM' 1812Bronson C. Howard.I > Bs t s> Bs> sVBsss sVs>Vs.Vs>Vs sf >
did not amplify his remarks, everybody. w can make the trip. Keen'. mama-Cts .
famed playwright of his \ THK riRrifT roTRT OF THE
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PreftrTMabeI I 4
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j familiar with the depredations sue, Ha f Qul -.aba Died F.LEETU JI DM 1.41. riKCHT
: of German I I ,I i lion born in Detroit. f WhiteI OF THK !TTK: OF FI.ORIO 2
submarines along the Florida East CoaatMalane THE PARKS ARE MAKING MONEY &.ii Billy e.- ) I I August 4, 1903. :t 1% .%'M FOR MO\RUK I s:63;At bcwah .,. '.
fe'.s : 1849-James Whitcomb Riley.Indiana's I\ t'H'\(Kilt.I
_- sand the heavy J Io w that the nation I .'' trThe I <'._ \.. 11sRni'm
ChiK"s World=abc s I beloved Hoosier poet I!

offered In oil tankers. The fees collected by the Governmentfrom : Oal-News
': Apparently! plan to establish o owners of automobiles in our National t .. Lamoar Show-." i I July 22. 1916.I :il.\RC,RET T"" MrlNTTRR: DIVORCE
Crime I'hclOKra(4cr-cbe i I 186 -Martha M. Berry I H''URI.t'EZ. Ii
major J canier-baseA is In line with the increased Parks during the past fiscal year totaled : Alt Candid Jlnrpboneab.: I Georgia humanitarian founder LMfendant.ORDRR .
Star l.iu.-obi
importance of antisubmarine $3,303,327 the highest! record for all i i. t:ti-New* fo- S If UaU>-mb* of schools for mountain:children TMarraret: OF Mrlntyre P'BU"T'O'i I.drlgara 'if if 500 Sheets !

.. operations. times. 18.00-The Scree 1I4-*.k. born in Rome, Ga. Died Feb. 27," 1<>: Hrn .
Yellowstone National Park con- The PUrbOuse-cbI i Tork fitS/. :Nw Turk,
>.nre Hand rimbores-abs 1942I You are h..reby'rl"fJlli.o d to appear I 25
tinues to draw the biggest crowd, and its Family Theattr-nb. I in tae Fill for I-i,nrr* asraJart :f /2xii.' C
One trouble with the so-called receipts reached ID.: ; -Fred Waring Miulc-cU I Young New Zealand cuckoo yea In the nSovr rtrled raufte -.a .r 1
human $761,975 from all
First >i$bier Pi*>-U before the I 15th 4a\ of C h-t'
rat. .is that it has UK would-be! l leadrs. sources. I Dane Music_not s11.0O [ birds fly across several thousands A I>. I>l ..thrwl.-e the aiUnail' aa I I6.talnod I. f
a many I -Ne... Vaflety. I hr .-cbs: ) [ of miles of open ocean: toI '- therein will b. iaka aconfessed :

II And Rock Creek Park Washington, I >N Nsw*... and Uaace Da Bind K* Ba f"., cV brs-ak,-nt1t.l I I I winter quarters in Polynesia,I t >ne and' Ordered at Key W..stI :tI!: THE :;

I D. C., is filled with all sorts of wild $-:New.' Varl.ty t* 1-*b12CO with no older birds along to Florida, thi. lilh: dav of JH.'ml._.

t .; At' this writing we are several hun animals, birds and thousands of men, wo- -Dantts ronnnatAobi..ssBy s I, show them the .way. .I--( It Seal H41.Circuit)Court Ross C Sawyer.Oerfc It Artman Press :

; : dred books. Uhlnd.In the reading of the men, boys, girls, automobiles, and mixed- law, nine U. S. states fpe- !! European and American, eeL I of Circuit 'hart.
s By (ad) Anne C tongworth.Deputy It
f .. volumes that the critics say everyone breeds every Sunday and week daysandit -ifically prohibit a man from spawn in the deep Atlantic wa-I Clerk. CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 j jrr.t.
should read. marrying his wife's grand-I I tt-rs north and northeast cf the Enrique qmloaldo. Jr I/
doesn't make nickel Attorney Ir Platatiff
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... 1 1I MATK.4 ..nlt 1 ItGIJIAa..I PacitBSTPlyment ..
r BLAfc-Kr&:rC TJPK, I II for eUmrf Av.rrlM."
I r I meats |* invarUWy- artvnt-a..' bat
i 1'! 'w U1 Aaver b. tnrorud wutelthC Tii.. CitiMn 6:.aA alth9 r\-li..r max idvrrtieera have their with ledger....Yfl'4:,seeounte ....
I rats or to a word for each tn- mutts c.hared.. I
HrtODl.ut the mlntmnm chats ,f n- rrm icAun* 1lef tnL tx> .
!I the tlrot }tw..rd.. er Jess,l. JOc. To Insnr! *.publia.tlvn.. copy mn t
fcr W 1rt-pliut.l The rate rot liliirKfiM-c i>tee iH ': weed,.aa t the nlntimtitr charge for o'clock In the I'1IIJta.of.. IU, UT
PASSENGERS GATHER IN GROUPS (upper, right) .....a1th g rescue after their chartered DC-3 i i tile tint IS w.!rI'd. U tic.a jj *r.publication.FOB. .

iW'liAu (fotftgrcuKd: c=ash landed oni a small island in tha Bahe-mai.. Thre- were no, injuries. I .

The plan with crew of four and.; cart=ing 19 Pattto Ritant back la their native land from. New I All a;3veM1etnjt Ie'.vn.ier the (toil:'"."" on< i ns: In lee
York became lost over the Atlantic with Us. fuel tanks running dry Rescue pianos dropped tins ., eeent of error 1ft adnrtJeil\tr., Ira lllt'llt.'UP'C' IItrart,:.T"C ..... wlU'be I
af- water and food afrer the- p tatnger -wrote "no .wetsIn the 'send. Photo taken by Newton r .pnn"lblf',. "..,vuIvtor el'tl..rDIt.torOnIF tl\e fit at Ike I..efttna att aJ.AQlQaltt hI Ctwi/tt ot.4 AdseMMtrt.j and In
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HamUtou. Miami Daily News pbotos. .Phu. IUI..I. the adverticewent ..,!,re.,lye;,ltI't'o,! br.sbta,. ogeup ; by

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Austerity Brings -r 4M4r ium qllllllllalJlll1llmlll .. IIJIift1m1 IIUUJ nIIID1tI1iIIDIIUtUtUl nhh I FOR BZHT APARTXE1TCS. 1 5 i4'" "* -

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'i N.C.G& -- 'What's Doing !Furnijhed'ajwrrtfceiit,'3 room'sind | 3-1>edtoorn furnished ,Mac Arthur

Out British Art L' at the. I bath, Maid and janitor services j- home Price> |J2.00, easy
linens cni utilities ftirnishe -| terrr.Sv Johnson & Johnson.
1221 Du..t Street
I. LONDON. <.J>) Owners at. ARMED SERVICES i J. Sunurer rates. Coral f Phone 372. octl-tf
DEFENSE FOKG 5 Hotel: Apartments C.tOIite.PQ !
set my of Britain's finest arc collections : Y.'I.C.A.. I ;
.. PROGRAMMOZfDAtf Jackscn Office. ort.T-25U i Gray marire engines and
( are lending their pi<< > Square. Whitehcad' service.
and Southard Streets C. R. Smith. Firestone
turn to public galleries throughout nlfilw1LAttl I Furnished i-2-rtwn apsrttnen1. ,S Station. Marathon. 'octl-lmo
'e1Mit6'Jh+uitd9Cti the Country to escape in- Utilities furnished. Children

ctvc ins maintenance costo' :. under 1 year accepted.: Apply f
Some of the ccllcctions- contain 1:00.1/:1\<<:-500. P.M. -*- Writing S:00 P.AL-: Juke Box Dance. 915 Windsor Lane. octJ-tfOn Hnovc vatnuinj clecner. $25.00.Washing'
I machine 15.00. Telephone
masirpUrce never bemire 'seen Room. Ping P.m3 9:45 P.M.--rruth or Cftnseouences
Pool ( I 1164-M. cct2-tf
by the public Sio.-I Quiz ? efficiency apartment for!
'' On* of the reasuiu fod' this new era Sewing. Shnw." couplePaul's Tire Shop_ .
trend i* that owners unable ta. ehincs. I 10-'5. P l-Dnn"ing, continued oct2.5t Wnite enamel. $2.75. Outside
7:. 0- P.it3:3uPJIL:
white and
fcc inereasinf maintenancecharges Spani-Ji. TUESDAYS paint $2.75 $3.75 per
fur their mansiwns. have Beginner s Claw's, j 7:10 P. Shufflpboard Ses- on.QP.' 50-tt: Z" garden
Senorita Benil.leeItamenJ ir Fu:n:-.hed isbedroqin ap :tanent' hose.- $3.96 Doherty &..'Co_ 845
+ the
weed ,> smaller auarter* whir? M f'n path fatrervi'cd t '
Instructor.TIIESD.r1r ( ). I -children : $30.00, Olivia; PhOTic1597..
iltni>lt banging space is not
available. Others have found: I 9:00 P M.-Little T h eat c i plus utilities until'' ason.Dccsmber1st. i -- -.** 6ct-
$97-.7 for Prow
tJiit feat alli eaUcn$- are too.HQcll 0:00 AM.-awlin; Ear Natty' .;m u p ReehareatService
WiVes.. 'at TJ. &. Sub i ( personnel hthed 1-bedrom apartment, Man's Eicj-cie, balloon tires knee
'to cruvidi ccrrect tempcraiure .. *
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i S59.W ph.- -
fJl"b .'. Rsth Base Bowling Alley i welcome to attend couple only uction. spnna fork. $1T.50.: 1900
pieur s: 2:00 P.At .. ties. Phone mornings,1185R.ct:3832x. !i., Staples Ave, c.
tlibn stork them end risk 'deterioration --Navy WiSwint: anU take part). I oct-.e
they prefer to have thereIkr ming; U. S. Naval r iR'-EDI4fiSDAY: .i .....--.t-:

..netlv rehun in the: calleries. Base PooL I 1:00 P M.-H.v.Dital Fish' TripYlldVNCCSR Practically neW Gibson refriger. -
'Th Duke .f Devonshire U- one : 7:20 P.M.-U. S. Naval Hospital ; 1 Furnished fJne-be.droo'in'Piit"; tor. S Qif.OO. Apply upstairs
Party jointly with: ment, barh'and ee<:h{(!"kitchen i 1503, Seminary St, pct.7-3ts
tC the l:tler j .
croup. American Red Cruse(2nd | 7:30 P.M.-Cr'I'I 506 Greene Street; next to City '
"We faced with the '
are prob- ,' '
Tuesdey), !. Hall. FOR SALE-TRAILERS
cc patoL ,
terns of light and heat. his asintaal '
7:00_ P.M.-U. S. Naval Hospit. supervised 4
.House Viid.librarian Thb at pictures ChaV;would'ivprth j Entertainers to ilyj .h->:OQ..Pr."Ye Ole Country Furnished: apaiirherit ad lt5. 'no;:;I94i-Rao-' sqitit-trsiteiV. Perfect e"

be better off in ralleries because i iM Wards (3rd tuesday Party". featuring .pets. Conveniences. ,$65.0i j., condition! $2:;'. 0. 1113 Margaret -

a few years cf conditions here' ). Square Dancing, 1214 Duval Street Telejihon-- trcet" octZ,site
; 'WEDNESDAY I Virginia Reels and 1003-W. .
they would deteriorate !' riuL:*- ;
: 1:00 P.M.-11:00 P.M.-Billiards,1 lush feels etc. srattuetf 1948 Pontisc 33-ft- house trailer.
: ly. About'20 of the Chat"wl'rth THURSDAY $ ,50/OO. >T, A: Curry.. 22-fY
loan to Ping Pong, Writing: : : i
riy lfrtiun
are alreadv on IENTAPAtTMENTS'i
rnuseumi. Another 60. the best.wilt. Roonv Sewing Ma-:; 3:00 PJI.-5-OQ P.M Classes FOR Nrva Iloysng'N\.S.. Phony
chines. in basic photo AND ROOMSThe 759.W-; oc'i73txFOR
bat eli &ted hm'a-sooix then
12:30 P.M.-Hospital P a t i e nt.>':; graphy.
will )
rbhuB in museums They Berti Fishing Party joint 9:30 P.M.-Dances John Prit- Stutz Hotel 410 Flenjingj SALE=BOATS
it V.hMJP.Hiulbein's" cartoon of : proeram N.C.C.S.-i chard and his Orchectra. Street, has an.efficiency apt.! 1

ry VIII never before publicly: i! Y.M.C.A. and Red':; Vocals by j and several sleeping rooms vacant : 30-foot cabin crtiirwitn toilet;

a11..1ia.d. l Cross. i the members of I! Low weekly! .or monthly : 8-ft.. 9-in. beam. } -1 condition
The Karl ol Ellesmere recenBy 1:00 P.M.-Navv Wives' Physical -! the Theatre Group. rates. oeti-tf- reedy to go. 125J!h.p. Gray
cUd P.ridgewoh.e Muus Va-ca-J FRIDAY : i i '
Fitness Class.I : j -- marine motor Can be used
dlirr. Part o[ hs magniflcettij.rolleetktn N 2;.00 P.M.-Navy Wives.Club. i 8:00 P.M.arlety Nile FOR RENT-BONGALOW for commercial' or party boat.
ewe been- loaned to. the lSeattdsh 0:30 PJ*. Class. Bridge. Pinochle I be
Boxing Islamorada
) j I $%.::00. Can seen at -
National GaU.ry, Edin-p: 9:00 P.M.T-Juke Box Dance. i iTtttJBSnA Movies. Two bedroom bungalow, screened Fish Co.. Isiamotada

lx"tK Tzp.-Strir*. from. 1 y ; SATURDAY: : i i porch, all electric kitchen, Iwbj j)' Fla. oct7-3tx
ublte lets, loaned by the Duks'1cf t
200-: PJVL-Seaplane Base Pool ; 2:00 P.M.-'Town Tour" t car garage, beautifully lahflscoped. -
Pinclemh to the ministry of I, Navy Wives. j photogenic Key! No pets, $125.CO pert FOR SALE--HotrSES.
....u.. a- now hanging in. tae West ( in advance 'then i
100 P.M.-5:00 P.M. =- Sewing! sign month to Dec. 1st, on seasonal t
offklol re dbnol For-iim Sreury _.I. Machine. Typewriter. -.! at th club.) to May 1st. Paul's' Tire I Waterfront' home landscaped lot

Erwrt Bsvin. Four' oth.- Writing Room,| 7:30 P.M.-8:30 -.Voice re-I' Shop. octlrtf. i 50 x 'IftO furnished, two bedrooms -
e. are at the BricwK Embassy} Shown { cordings. I ; ;= two baths electric
..nw. The remainder. now FRIDAY 8:15 P.\!-Movies, announcedat I Furnished Bungalow. 1826 Fogarty -.I Kitchen, Bargain for quick
hUaa rr>airrd will be allecated.Notes 2:00-.M.-Softba1t for Navy! the club. avenue. Oct.8-3tx j i 'salt?*'Terms. Oe oer. 2313. Patterson .

1. i jteresting Wives at Bayview! 10:IS P.M.-Second show COTTAGES- 'Avenu opposite Yacht

PaiR, same feature. FOR RENT. -. .. +, Club. : .
\ 2:04 P. L-Prenatal Class. Department SUNDAY: ocv2-sat-taes-tburs-tf
of Health I! 9:43 AJIL-Java Club. Furnished1 cottage, hot water "No i i
; I 11:00 AJVI.-"Go To Church. infants accepted. Apply i! CARSBrand
aCSaineaJ pets SALE -USc
to pulibhdire Instructor. fOR. :
dust t> wed i Parties." ,I rear, 1012 V:frel* street up.I ,' ,
fit tuacsbta carbide, one ol j *90 A t-5:00. P.M. Sewing!
=! 2:00 P.M.-Classic Hour, announced I stairs. oct.72txl PONTIAC
grad hardest compounds. : Machine. Typewrit-j 1 at the! new
er. Writibg. Room? l Wagon._ Cust sell at once.
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j FOR RENT-TRAILERS \ Write Box Rj\.W, c/o Citizen.eteot28Cuesthuissattf.
Rios eonstitui a billion dollar : Showers. j i 9:00 .l\1.-"FeUows.1ip Hour I AND ROOMS
inSustry in the United States. *00 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra -i| -Chaplain French I -
other Friday,! j i ; oet2-sat-'tues-thurs-tf
every | :
i with Beatrice Mo--
1 Furnished Trailer or comfortablesleeping
A her eattl about 40 cvnts' alternating, with the! at the piano I
reDO rooms at summer rates. !
worth wt feed month. White Hat Clubj
per ; 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour.
I I Young's Tuurist Re3t, 1721 Flaxi -
Dance. i ii
Oa tentral.breeding. place for t; SATURDAY GAME ROOM-Chinese Checks -|i ler. 1172-J. i oct.7-3t"" 1 3 bedrooni; unfurnished house

..,. b in. the Indian Ocean. i i 2:00 P.M.-Bojiinc Training. J Chess. Cards Ping Pong. FOR RENT OR LEASE by naval officer and family.
____ t 1 Will tease for tw-
t tOO PJtf.-6:00. P.M.-Dressing: Pool Writing Desks. Library, i -yca1' period.
f die after their itowne 1 ; Call 9291 (Lb Panels' ) or write
BAfcy eet3 I. Rooms. Showers. Current Magazines, Various Ta- suitable for office
j j Two stores,
| Box F.P. Citizen Office.
8r. spawned. StraDAY i iblc: Games, etc.INFORMATION. or any other kind of
!!!! 10:60 A.M.-Communion Breakfast -' DESK-Ten- 1 space business.; Apply Perez. Bros. cct7-3tx

: TM'G YpieT belongs to. the;: :,White Hat Club,;[ nis Rackets, Golf Club, Fishing I)I Bakery 1025 White Street.
:day a ran and is a. Caucaciaru j i U: S. Naval Base. Lines. Cameras Checking Service. I octl-tf 2-. 3or 4roomUafwrnishtd
C (2nd Sunday). :; Film Service Mailing and ; Apartment or small House.

> Crab-ckjr recognizes more;t I:9t P.M--Picnic at Swimming:: Wrapping Packages. Receiving! FOR RENT-COTTAGES Bath. COIL.. Phone 10 3.
fmunda k.r divaceethan any i Pool Wiener Roast]i Messages, Stamps, Railway Ex- I AND APARTMENTS oct.5-3tx

Jther ttite-19. i (sign up in advance).,, press1 Service. j

).. The {Australian government is!I Information and housing serv-:, TELEPHONE BOOTHS. It | Cottages and Private apartments beach.directlyon Ap- '.. .SUPPLIES, .

s Lasyatiaa. Of six states .estabta4a ices. vty-maps. !i LESLEIGH DAVIS, i I Ij j ocean ,
... 1I8'k. !! Religious literature library,;i Director ii i ij ply South Beach MoteK Start your, ill e-era in waterproof

!1 I telephone, stamps, wrapping and::j GERALD FINDER, !ij j octl-tf! paper flower pots size 2's
? Black diamond is t&cd in dia-1 I wailing packages, railway ex-:>! Program DrectOI'1 1 ; inches. Ateo waterproof boxes.
JnetMi drill, abrasive whetrljv in I I pseSSoecvice., laundry pick-up! LILLIAN WEAVER. j WANTED TO. BUY < FreshL-shipmcnt1 oL seeds from

apvHat teolt fkjr working metals available 'all defense forces!J Secretary. i the- better seed co.'fr just ar-

and in sawing marble and granHe. and, their families. !i DOREEN CRUZ !Second-hand truck in' food con i rived .Key West; Garden &

MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, | Desk AMa }, dition. Call 261-R after-<00 Lawn Supply Co. 914 Fleming
r. Executive Secretary.i j' o'clock. oct6-2tx, St. Tel. 1010.

There are 5.> specie of kanAlthtMigh MISS IHLDA CASTILLO. i|i J At the end of 1947. more
"al' Qlo. ,I Secretary.! pie owned more life peo-I' FOR RENT HOTEE ROOMS srol ACS'_

1 i than at wiy other time in I
1 Overseas Hotel. low rate COffee Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture
Australia has Sheep May: die from a disw e; history. j :
Millers squar miles of. l.aod-a I. akin pneumonia if exposed to; shop, bar. oct2-26t;, cortuhercIaL Phone 798.
tree abeuf that of the United f:etoudy or rainy weather for rev Total rr-erves behind policies t
it ha-j only seven million erat days after being shot hI : in force in U. S. life insurance HOME NURSERIES I: .

,nuts __ i companies totaled nearly $45
Some farmer cover vegetable billions at the end of 1947. Home nursery, Monday through I
"'mrtinfts bought morethan.I to i Saturday including lunch. $I i Washers; irons ractrnnis and-
bags pro-
olxnl; with paper i Children from 1 to 5. repuired. O'Briant Phone
$21 bUTkiTK. LIe insurance dur.":teat thereat aaginst damage from Read the Classified Ads in The 1 per day. 1 fans cctl-tf
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Girl Scout .Troop. No. 8. ,. :

.Has Extensive Plans I .
Completed'Of I Key 'VveyuM '

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.,- -'r"- .Leader*-and committee mem- give a Christmas musical for,the'' *

bers of Girl, Scout Troop No.8:'patients. a ] iliwid.Koftrfsi. !

held their fourth quarterly meeting -''i I Members planning the pro-i
;grams are Leader :Mrs. Dorothy
Tuesday the Division :Sands assistants Mrs. Katbennej I WMtb pwj

street schooL .' i I Tom. and Mrs. Anita Hut tine.1 j _..trtfTsSTtf

Programs. ani atti"vity workwere I!Committee members Professor
!end Mrs Earl' Hamilton Mrs.
planned through January 1.
a1f/r (
Katherine Whiting and Miss Lot-
1949. These included activities for
tie Green. OM ?
Girl Scout Week Hallow e'en, ,. Guest of the committee was y U' .....,

Thanksgiving and Christmas Mrs. Ralph P. Craft who recently Jorkv.
The two main projects the movei to Key West. Mrs. Craft lkrwN.swth.
scouts will .n be the has been active in Girl Scouting

purchase of a seeing-eye dog. and for 20 years and has served on the I a .
the presentation of the Christmas council and organized many girl .
play at the County Home for the scout activities in Dade County. It.. t lt<*v
Aged. She is very interested in seeing an .

Each year the girl scouts donate,active council here and has offered n ;. lWA ;
two large Thanksgiving basketsfor her scouting knowledge to the r

the Municipal Hospital and Readers of troops in Key West. RUSSIA'S DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER ANDREI Y. VISHIKSKY (.ftt Hkd: BrHGII ... IWtMMtrvi

-- -. --.--- JllrtlB .( tilt
U.N. deleg le. Sir Alexander Cad:>gan (right). all back to fc ck booro E) loot
"' ., Young People Of St--P ,ul's-----1 tions Security Council in Paris. Vishiaslry declared tU B rKa dispuU doss *** Mill its ...

scope of the Council and should bo sent to the Big Foul C usoi ol F.Wi a J ntll1.. FrMjM .

I; ;.: :_ "gWill Have Hallowe'en Carnival I -- --- -- -- -- - -. .swtbctaudv or tj

** ''* \4nd Dance Tomorrow Evening STORM WAVES STRIKE IN NORFOLK .\REV. HIGH TH)B M .0 inks
;s'f .. .._.,.... -:. KtK'H....
\ St. Paul's Young People's So- I Chuck Parris and his Coral Isle r --S-- -SS
lste s
r f-} 'cial League will open the Serenaders. v r-- .
lalloW-1 :
.l1 \:e'en season tomorrow Prizes will be awarded for the .
\\--tr ."; ;;- "J33 o'clock with a gala hallow-: funniest and prettiest costumes. H
Soda. cake and candy will be sold .
I1! e'en carnival Sand dance in St.H Kr.ig .
during the evening by members ofthe
Paul's Parish hall league. .
There will be fortune telling a All proceeds from the carnival

ghost house and many other attractions I I will be used for paying expenses PwM
of league delegates to the next
followed by a dance, it I
'Deanery meeting to be held in
13 announced. I West Palm : -
Beach November 6th .. .
Music will be furnished by land 7th. ,' .
f q .... ;::0
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Hobby Group To 1 ji Calendar Of -t : t: ... .-,-!.-. "'-- .,. "::.. : T..I Rate ..

: 4,. .1
Meet At Church I Coining Events .. Las.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 7- J'I'" .-..aa -
School PTA t i Y .
High ] Veterans of Foreign Wars n.'r.t v .

The Young Adult Hobby Group ;I No. 3911, meets at 8 P.M.,
in new Clubhouse Margaret
on -
of the Le> Memorial Church will ,
Street. <
meet in the Church annex tomor- 'i Renear of ""East Lvnne1 in 4.: .,

row evening at 7:30 o'clock, with Barn Theatre at 8 p.m. ...."

their new president. Mrs Ralph'FRIDAY' OCTOBER 8- -- ---- tin

Martin as hostess. j NCCS Invitation Dan.*e, Nt Mi- .,

Mrs. Martin annOunces that Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of WAVES DASH OVER a fishing barge (upper lift center) washed **fcr* at OcM View, V"'. .
tile Eastern :;ta.'. has first
those attending may Drink any regular post vacation meet- heavy less end wind that brought the NorlaU *-n its hikes todo..te; Sat',..... T_.

ft./ materials they may b! working ing at 8 pm. in Scottish Rite Portsmouth ferries.*stopped operations because tM tide made it impoMiM* for tfem b lo i:.

upon or wish t* work with that Temple. unload.Magnifying.

night although having work mterials *- St. Paul's Y. P S. L. has list-
; ..
is not a requirement for low e'en carnival and dance in -- -- - -- --

attendance Parish Hall, beginning at 7.30 -._ .

p. in.Young

Girl Scouts To Adult Hobby Group of ;
Ley Memorial Church meets YII1JCANk4A I ADr

Meet in Church annex at 7 30 p.m. The Truth !
And Plan For Civic Improvement Associationmeets

at 8 p.m. in County PITTSBUKGH-M'UTh*> stubble a..]
Girl Scout WeetfAll Court House. beard on a nans' face 10 T laAs.
how afto/ shaving ould standout 1 ktl
Girl Scout leaders, assist- ,
ant leaders committee membersand Ciric linprvreinent like tree stumps on a putting l 1remhle

invited'to green when viewed with a new STOMACH AILMENTS WEAK KIDNEYS
council members are Association Meets ,
device. The device is
meet Monday at 6:00 p.m. in j a RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIS NEURIT
| Civic Improvement Associ- analyzer that maenifu., surface ;
the home of Mrs. Ralph P. Craft, '. ., .
:ation will meet tomorrow at 8.00 and such cotr- lnU asluf iae. JIC.- ---. I -
3402 Avenue E, to make plans for m. in the County Court House roughness.000 times. .:..Lack of Yi>a.'J. til-_a' Paar A,p.c'4 bp is.._
Girl Scout Week, which is October ,Colonel p G. D. Hatfield, chairman, It'Westinghouse" one of the instru!n:nin Drugless Health | Read What They Say C.'I
& e Electric Cjrp
31 through November 6. tIt announced REGARDLESS of how loaf yo>
is very important that this ; today. laboratory to find better way.. 01 hart been a$af ru,and bow many
meeting be well ttende and electrically coating steel with medicines you hate tried before.yon K

plans laid for this special week. i J HILL YOU SMILE? other metal Tike luCkeL silver try GtO-MLNrnL.ran nw hope: far rebel....11.U yon. .

The Girl Scout announce that chromium or copper Another mineral aid. Feel and enjoy taw resorts *

Mrs Craft has had 20 years experience |Acid TestIn guage can check the thicknes GEO-MINERALeomet week after yon start front taking I,

m scouting, and during ; plated coatings ene-fiftietn the- : the earth 'atllR'. laboratory
that time has served in many ('!)- !j i width of a human hair. : t ontams NO alcohol. NOpresena.
pacities. They feel fortunate indeed a certain insane asylum the tires. NO oil. NO barntfol drugs

in having her to he'p with :I.I men and women mrnats who are! A cubic mile of warm or ho: : : NO Contains dope -ONLY is NOT Nature's habit mineral foraunx,

scouting in Key West, they say. : only mildly deranged are permuted air may hold as much s., 40000' the oldest, most reliable remedy for
S tt t ---- I on occasion to meet for tons of potential rain. snow or ;. rheumatism arthnUs. kidney and

J'FIV Post No. 3911 friendly conversation in the rsc I hail. mended stomach by ailments the medical- highly profeMi reeooi-

1 I reation yard. One morning two I I FOR TIIOl'S.\.'. DS .f year east
.Will Meet In 'New of the more trusted women I Subscrib.- The Cu'zl'n, !I since Hipocrates wa the father ./
i strolled medicine, minerals and e&bfl' _t-
out of the yard and sat .
aral medicines were a reliable arm.edy
Home Tonight together on a bench outside. I for most of or romm allmenl .
"Oh, fudge," one cf the women OEO-MlNEIi.\L sill earkbyour to nuke,.*MFMU.foil .
finally remarked. "I'm
Southernmosft Post No. 3911, gong of prp. life and eoertj. If y*.
back inside. LETS i I IA Idls .
Veterans of suffer from nutritional aoeniia.nenoasness.
Foreign Wars will
"Wh}'" inqUIred the othei lack of rrtabty and ta
hold its I
regular this
meeting eve- what GEOOUMJLtL
energy see
ning at 8 clock in the new clubhouse It'f;=-Y pleasant out here:' I will a>> f.r,_ ,
on Elizabeth street What does a pleasant' pace i Amazing Results 1tl. '' z
Final j amount to," was the rtjo nder. I oat wt mu .:..-
plans for the district = MEDICAL reeords h.w CSV of sars a, a. Lis.leterla sLr I
meeting will be made and all when there no man around'' men and women over Ji setter tram labs Pei sm. l.aMS sbus
members are urged to attend, The other woman stared long nutritional m IWraHr.. anemia. as pbatmocola a. tins
and hard at the "You'iJI : _..,.. When you feel nerroas. daU. tired irseair.u.. a.d a. D.Mam r
spokesman said speaker i lazy have dizzy spells .. ambtttoato bMtma... Gm-.ed m am..s
--- I be getting out of here pretty I work or pUy, a poor appetite. n. a.srucp.
: t ; when lack that brUhtspart r _
ran CHAPTER soon. she finallv announced your eyes .t Mad
i and mind
"Why do thai" asked ; your pined as is. .y
1 ..4STEITJRS ( you say when headahe get the best of yoo. ba.b 1. M, .... en ..
the other. and Tea feel old .4 boea .
TO .ecata>e," was the explana- : I fobPRINTING and life seems not .Z'-::!. 1.smsa a t lrasa iu.l.Unw dad
MEET FRID} I I with worry wearing you de.tmay sad S. p a ...rbl.wit. .+'re talk
Fern Chapter N'o 21, Order of) beginning to JI be simply lark of minerals In ., -

tne Eastern Star will meet Friday, i sense' ; t tof sour then what blood. CEO-MINERAL need. U spemia N..... ,..r

October 3, at 8 p.m_ m the I RKFIM.\ arthritis tram your ....... a dart .. S.ter ..
tL h Rite Temple. This will Scot-I The amount of life insurance I dreadful diseases. Arid addition art(. ...... lit. n.. ....... brat
first regular meeting j j owned in this country at the end ualituWhatever the blood i,often their eaur.: N batcould t". ....... pose ...... uM ..... lit
be the remedy! lor t...... break a.a>. add ,.. .. "
summer vacation. I of 1947 totaled $188 billions. 'Cid'f. ''''' ands of years minerals bare been ... n.... ,.... __. ,on nil
--- i used to relieve the pal* and Miffee iy.llles ........
-rY i in; of these ills People on the advice e.a.. ... .. NlMfa rIn
Plans llalloire'enDulice i iI of their doctors f. to mineral ,... A" ties re.... ItIs. +
,, I sprints to find rare or relief The .. ..... ., GEO.>>r. .....
October 15 p Your late President Roosevelt used to to 100S Guaranttedf
to Warm print* In Georfie. He
TONIC = "t I HOC ,... Ie a...
A costume Halloween I Printing Needs. t was helped or would not hate gone "" Iff
td.e p..e.ppais.t L.1 there twice a 1ru.Wonder MINER 1L. ...not the
will be given b> the Juior-Semor I Wbso .. We Can Do meek Ge .. y.c .... M...
high school P.T.A.. Friday Octo- .li.i.l oit dw. to lo.timfltnil vie.I.w/ Jcb and at Minerals t>*. .... t.. M sir q
low prices tool EAR after year people rash t. )o. are art IM prr eon*
ber 15 at 8;00 p.rn. in the high Took oa ss1* yovaoobmioa /.1 : mineral sprints and spas t. drwk .. writ ;
school annex on United street (:all 51 and bathe in their mira,sl.aa wa- Kl(..% Mtl.'C'twit
Music will be furnished ba MU ltGARDNER'S i .ID trr. \\t have all beard .( tie ._ bane been ......... sad ....
local orchestra and a floor show droa springs of Lourdes f'r&an' ---- "- .... ....
I and famous Thronion in anrieM Gt.O'\L pay M 04
will be featured.
G't''t'eb'l?. aeeordtnz to ItClIrrcWn. -" edi
Refreshments will be on s-tle, .the tod of eternal ureaaffc f JTM-t,! M MMT i
and a small admission fee charged. j and youth drank its waters and for -
THE ARTMAN PRESS bathed to forever yoonr.
PHARMACY r.EO-Ml\FK\L: contains ndn- :r---r.1&
About 47 per cent of U S'I I 1114 Division SU Cor. Varela (;;1:1'11 H ml fling reels you gel, at the world best 6L0-1U iM. l....'t-M IM Mme''
families have saving., cepos-ti aseLrvey j PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERY I "..NTPAL Pt1ANM.".. r t%..o4. fleas.s .

; has found. "'- I, ---_ .Man vena U abort addre.-adi ttt lot i &' ._)

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THURSDAY OCTOBER 7, 1948 ns/rrtrd.r '. ... .. .. .. _. .
THE KEY WEST :. _!. ": .., 1 t P.A.G. 1'tV.. .

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'i REV. MR. RAY DECLINES r STORM SHUTTERS WENT UP 1 ""IIIII J .tr-tI1., Jrv '*'' :'"II" a !':ooott oooi "o 1

t \ : e. -_.! .
TO HEAD : r. -. ; .. : -.t.-; :: .l

t KIWANIS CLUB V-v..V\\-yi: : \; : S...: .. : -1,, .."'Mluiijr: 00i J j
'.. :-.... ;l-:. ...' '. ... .....: .. : ,
b 1-r Withdraws In Favor I Ir ;-]1. ffi Jr V '" < ---
-4 ,. :/ ;,,"'.." % }J ,
The Weather i 1[ Of William V. Albury; L1W .t iV-*'. : .-.?.-*. :- -; -*/. ,*v, > / "tt.. < -in i t /; {If.. : r..w.a..... ...

:. :,; .. ;. :':, .. .: ;'i.; : ..:...; __ ... II
Urges Full SupportOf .....;i.. '. ..... .. < .. .. -I
FORECAST I ,.> t>'" .or- -.1' .
.. .
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K"VI"t and Vicinity: Mostly, OrganiZation .". :..i .' ,.; ''u .

cloudy 'with widely Mattered I 1 The Rev. George M.Ray, pastorof .'.", = <' :tf '1'; : !. .....'" .. ,
I variable ahswefL Gentle. to moderate' First Baptist Church today declined ., ) _:' :,'.,;..: .. :.. "''-. .1 { : !
wind "
,j presidency of the :
1 Florida: Mostly cloudy with Kiwanis club to which he Key was West re-. ,. : .: : : ..' "

frittered showers 'Gently elected. The : ; . ... .
Friday and in' .Rev. Mr. Ray i n ', ..' ." .
south withdrew i in favor oi V/illiam"V. ,,' ::: .. : J .... : .
: .
It portion .
this afternoon and .n ... '. .. .
Albury. I i .' t ; ': ; S
t---M Partly cloudy north I+I In iF .. \,. { .. _"t *" :.... :' '?',-._' ,
r ]i a letter to James M. Callo- .. .";z ...Jr:' _.. .:4, .. ", .' ,.. S
lotion this afternoon and tonight i; way president of the local Kiwanis '"' .. .. .. .-
:t. .f
( ;: : : .< : : .
club the
Cooler Rev.
Mr. .
extreme north ;< Ray sta- .. ,
por -
< -
; :.Jta'" f. .
ff ted .
that "since ..
Uon I he is "1
a :
newcomer : < .
.otherwise inI ; '
little change to Key West ...: .-1-: .;. k. : ..
and is :
0< fJJ.9'
temperature. I)!versed ]in the as fully .: ... ;+ .; .' :;. ?" .
ways needs and .h\.t-: .
customs ;; :"; S
Jacksonville . ,. .
of > .""
thru the
the Florida community he feels It. ." :
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StraiU: Moderate southeast to'his withdrawal in favor of life- ..'..''j, C'..< 'Ti.. I. :;, 1C..:". :- '. ,- "'-:- .. S
a '.' : f' ', _
south wind long resident .' .. .. .
thru will .
Friday except; be of benefit. ,,1 v .; .! ; :.. "r_ '
tHUting to moderate northerly in to the club. .t' :: #_ ; :. ;. >

.xienvrnorth. portion Friday., The Rev Ray a Kiwanian of n.. ..!'. -';"-:i":;" ."'." .fT.1l"1"t.:\ .;.:: rcfL:: : : .J"" '
afternoon. long standing ,, ;
Mostly cloudy with% prior to his coming f. : -. t.' I
ctttered showers Friday and in j to Key West pledged his full sup- : ; .''' ", t\\
Mouth portion this port and cooperation rh it :; : ; .;
afternoon and together
tonight. Partly cloudy north and I: \\ith.the benefit of his knowledge .-t f : ,......, ,. ...
of .,.. h: : '1
central portions today | Kiwanis work"1o both the present y fy i : '. .tI .rt. -
Cast: and coming administration. "
Gulf of Mexico: Moderate ( Reminding .
southeasterly winds thru members, that the 't .." .. .
Friday, except winds shifting tomoderate club have been and its present president I ACRES OF PLATE GLASS DISAPPEAR behind storm shutters h'"1: .. <:; r. ..
beset :
northerly extreme 'fnorth ties during its first many war r difficul>f ,..-.H.._ at Miami. Fla. es a tropical hurricane moved toward the area. .
tloudr with portion Friday. Mostly:!1 jity i the minister' appealed for Man atop light pole at left is leltlQ wing fUsfof 3SO flags.huu.j
. scattered showers." :
it Jacksonville ;their active support of the pres- as street decorations for the American Legion's national convention .

No," small craft or to storm Apalachicola warnings: der ent administration for the remain- which starts next week,,; t.. t .
of the year, then to "fall in --- I
have been iisued. ----- -- --
--- I:;I a behind man"the to new administration to I . . . Ma. aa. 1
I score an impressive
record -
Kr in 1949. .
r ". I.' This week's meeting of the club, i "
I Key West, Fla.. Oct. 7. 1943! ,i iObservation postponed from Tuesday because '
( taken at City Office. i of the storm will be held at 6:45 R'CHER'S !,
1:3tt: A.M. EST) j I pm. Friday at South Beach res
Tmprarure taurant; ,

Highest yesterday 85! r
Lowest last night .... 70 i: TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
Mean .. 82j, .
Normal BO!; (Know America) SUPEREHE MARKETWhen .

P..doltstton I icandidate A. Wallace Presidential I Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store. i
Total last 24 hours .00 ins! former Vice President .
Total this month 5.57 ins I IExceu and ex-secretary of commerce We Meet ALL Advertised Prices I'' S

Total this this year month. 45.33 4.28 ins.ins.i!}Iowa,,60 born'years in ago.Adair County, Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices ..

Excess this year 15.83 ins.* Bureau James E. Webb, director of the Don't Be ,PENNY WISE and POUND FOOLISH!.! I
Relative Humidity of the Budget Washing- : .
I ton D. Your MEAT and GROCERY MONEY Will Go Further Hrc
& born in Granville, r
.t I--W AJ4. t I MJ'1t' J?.
Barometer 76'. :County Dr. Robert, N. C. Cummins 42 years ago.general Than Anywhere Else-TRY IT and SEE::!:! | .1". i ,, z ,

(R.. LtTtl) 1:30 A-M. ; superintendent of the ITnivpr.- MAXWELL HOUSE .WITH ORDER I _
,i salist Church. Boston, born in
29,89 lns.-l01U mbs.
(!T Tomorrows. Almanac ]I I I Sidney, Ohio, 51 years ago. COFFEE 49c i fWtA6.4y
!t Alfred F. Wallenstein. ;
, BunrUc 6:22: a.m.' conductor F
Sunset 6:07: p.m.i i j of the Los Angeles Philharmonic 8 @ \

Mounriie 12:10: Orchestra, born 'in NEW "BREEZE" BLUEBIRD 4E Or. '
Moonset 11:02 p.m.s p.m.i.{I[ Chicago. 50 years ago. I'I'I SOAP f CHANGE Size inside track I IS
I Harry A. Bullis, president of 2-LG'1 \ an
*.* TiDES' [General Mills Minneapolis. bornat POWDER JUICE. Ifc
: \
Hastings, Nebr', 58
years ago. S '
t (Naval'romonow'Base) Vice Admiral Adolphus An- ARMOUR'S STAR : rt ;with this character? <* )> -. 4(
drews of Dallas Tex., retired WITH ORDER
Eastern: Standard Time; born in Galveston-69 ;.'. ; :: .

00:45 High 809 Low 'elas W. McGregor years of Hous-ago.Do CORNED BE5 CAN 4Sc if aAr.' J orljet t.'y: 'oar.,tvorriee, along. It'a easy to save regularly the U.S.
: a.m. a.m.
2:31: pm. 6:49: p.m. | ton, Tex., lawyer, former as- '.' "H: g'a( :;:}ieims; the Greek. god of luck and Savings Bond way. So easy that miKeM} of
. : ststant to the U. S. Attorney LIBBY'S VIENNA HUNTS TOMATOSAUSAGE :.treasureteove.JVhy .- Americans have already put away miftona and
General, born in
.; ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I IReference M-3. 46 years ago. Springfield : Can 18c I SAUCI= 5" *..: :work? .Why plan for the future? Why millions of dollars in U.S.Savings Bonds. '
Station: Key West 'j Dr. Niels Bohr, famed Danish WITH ORDER .. savet it Hennes'appro'v&the. cut of your jib So you see, you don't need Hermes to pat
Tim ;Height of
B.ati... Tide !high water physicist born 63 atom bomb maker l '.fht'n' "Brother:f-: knock ojDT. Money,matters will antee a future free from money worries.

b Bahla Honda j years ago. DOMINO WITH ORDER .takZ care'of themadyes.i .. Start buying U.s. Savings Bonds either of
(xldgeOh torn 0.0ft!. Authorities estimate that about SUGAR f fAll '. But'OI\.cSuppoeeHermes'doesn't-: ; knowyotrrtviJive these two convenient automatic ways-
5 Lbs. 3s ,, I
No Name Key .
44,000 lightning storms
occur iuit'do
I ? you do
feast end) _+2h 20m daily throughout the I .,. '" 1. At your place of work. Sign up today in
Boca Chica Brands 2 CANS MORTON'S PKG. ..; ; Well tlienVour bent. bet is to work-plan forth your company's Payroll Savings Plan.
Sandy Point)-Oh 40m be subtracted. future-sa.vel, ; .
I DOG FOOD 271 I SALT Sr i 2. At your bank. Walk up to the teller. Ask
Caldes Channel . :
(+)-Pl" sign: Corrections to 5 T" M6jst.ordinary human beings do plenty of to be enrolled in the Bond-A-Montii Plan.
(north cod) _+2hlOm +1.4 ft be' adde'd. f vcarkin J and pUniiinf.-It's-facing for the future
oOoNOflT h-Hour. NU-MAID SALES LIMITED Be smart.Put in bid for bright future
I I ( your a
that's .
; to Ch: ,' :: .
l : (ft)-*eeLmMinute i S' a' : today. Then, thumb your nose at mkfortua

. r(-)-Minus. -.sign: --Corrections i. ( _. I OLEO. A ., 4J3Swift's I I : Or not. : tough I till U.S. Savings Bonds came And tell Hermes to go soak his bead! .1

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I Grade "A" Tenderloin Grade "A" Western !h..: '


Fort : .
Gull 01AlexcQ STEAK IB. 89c Ste\/ Meat Ib.66c : ,

Myess '
; Grade "A" Large;: Shipped !f!! I I 'h: M Kettl, V. S.Ttttaar .rt/.tII'af-r..nllUl aritr taspicti it Ttftturf D.'.rt..... ..4 A, Hft.,.' C--.
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Cudahv's Cooked Kcady-to-- Grade "A" V/est n I :
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e Nassaur HAMS. 73c "
69c lb.
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tHavIi1 --- _.'"' ..-- : i' .: : :.
WISCONSIN DAIRYCHEESE '. ,.'. .: ; .. .: ..

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I POTATO 10 LBS. 43 I ', '
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JAM Al CA TEXAS YELLOW i iONiONS. : t .... ',;"r. ; r I .

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-,-. Sea I CARROTS 2. :BUNCHES 25r: t1! .' ,. '

HONDURAS I Jh: c ';. ." .. _

LARGE STALKS \ '. .'. ; !
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Phone Orders Accepted for llclircry-C.ILL 67
Wirephoto .

in the Caribbean I a ff BSS1 1Semi.SefSCrVicefA .
A THOP1CAL HURRICANE which sprang up > R ,, .
Sea (shading) Muted Cuba with winds of 123 miles an hour t ft Grocery .

and higher. The national weather observatory. Havana reported I "The Store That Serves You Best" .: : . Y .. .. l' e

lh"BOUMS. Florida were Straits being at sunrise blown Tuesday down" and The headed hurricane for entered the- I IpUled 814 Fleming Street. KeyWest t9 Florida' 0 0 ';00 < : .', "

We Reserve io Limit Quantities :
the Right
ef 13 miles ,
Keys at an accelerated speed an t. i.p. ;: ; .:T.I".u'3;.JJ"' rg.TI.II.i.l'.11,
.. ...
over Miami late Tuesday afternoon. I tb: ,. -.... _-_ --' u --' ..., '-I t39i jiIIi\ tI II iP! N f.J FI ; .


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OCTOBER 7, 1948
PAC&tX .
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GARf G ..Lr Eli: SiKKKirD?* ROME : -----l{ .apti q of th e ,t'erIIfheirt -1 r fadw sprtid" tnrwjgri nh* region.i .
i; ; o/-
Jaycees Want Schools f New Directors Efeeied : .-."'\" -s "%, r i disbursing_ and accounting
-- \ ,1'ua it'diiaaKartShe e: fices in Maching. -
1M t 4' PariS| .li-

To Get Gasoline Money : f. B Y riniieiiT Of (CSe e&! cited. iaCidns the T ...sgxet3 rKSn JAdvitwrygroup. ,m10AhL-t iary hiArne finance.ner Net+n -w

I for all
. t I ago to draff: a finaace- ystem the newss7atettd "Vj*
hu anniei. The..result was, .a,''- Ills..of"thechi W mmf bml-
H... Moi..*M O'tlao-Iull' i iuw..Ia".nl t A D+ hbinYIIUh. + bit Btu a I II. simplification of finance' and accounting ling of funds. It will, they -y,

I f. *. UlrfftlnJ TODAY IN HISTORY I .! -r-. Sert1tblakfrRh tQ: practice iu>w used by go a tony way toward iMtilnc ifc.
; the- United;States .armed forces. entire National DeXe' 0e Mta try
(Know Anerical. .
It \ f;.. ...".1.! To I Il> }j t tI 17 3-Historic Stamp Act ori{I A..a 8tIWtr00ifta. :I. Then,!w it to.stem,jxinunandlng ends lamp-sun,: generals on a bosmeasbke"OWat40,50f60rf basis
I If..-.| Fur Uoacla t fates First from Colonial nine Colonies Congress meet Dele-m i t ei :; a practice': ch: critics:
,- -. I I1'P I t said bred.'oocrupUor'*n*: .allowed
.. of the Jun- New York and issue a Declara-i At the annuafi Pay ID
tatt4es< i .. dishonest'certimsnderi grow;
lion of Rights. j it.e3l'WeJ.! Chambeir of t '.r Tieh than expense of"poorly fed: Yoa're
.. Man Crazy"app..eaeWI
ia.t. .. sit Cwwaiecce was 1783-The J Harvard Medical t t1' at ,
IoM. WaM.arly. M t::88 p. *> In'' School opens. !II 5r the fallowing. ; { sidl'nLt and equipped:troop; 16 provides Ttte *= ta.rwN,

111L'rlkb. Nettie 01 H* fer *__t. I I laG The Massachusetts I S S tad taswwaiitUie' ; : : Kai-Shek.: )bas. wot tha 1h the common soldier in the --.- --Ie .-................."

.. r A .....***. J.,*.* Club of granite Railroad, to carry granite I S directors oC the .% ;:i: u: unda, ot & bates' few field will get his pay on time fund if -vT.-. ..-- MrWrosV- d.eAkt' -I
there government
to build the Bunker Hill Monu-
w. .... I.. In.tir tated to : one-year: : hinds oat ot' ,.. ..
p P ment opens. In the beginningthe & guv exnni Ul .available to pay him. .u seer s. .. .... .-.-. -..
I : .
.N3nmf.ety. whwh W. tmpuasiat.ewMr Edwin! TEBWI:*; $ F5adn.,'. PtiarIJa'W"',
J hands d hfe general new program West at
drawn > Directingthe Hey
cars were by oxen j .
f I W .
J. rSwir. ArMfrtxrtof ._ .. -
lllr ** Av 9 -
y -
Joe Allen : 'fi-l --- --- -- -- -
and horses. Known as the first system ait modem. milil&ry J S

1. D.61. ; wJI b to* :awn*tern the i non.nre newBore : railroad in the country 1 William. Arnold: ..* It4 ; i'i'a.I! nB&r The: mm pccwediire' :__ : s'
184 Died in Ed- DflOUS-
Baltimore I A Di McAfld r hwi.y.Ee H 1M Drift tar Allen Poe. aged 49, Ameri- I Prices.John st-t ; ..- oppnaad. !!mgerausig by
.....) Fast Mday wed a trend sue- 1
'i ca's greatest literary genius1918Historic tlerv Aquiline Logaz MCAildrew'I..-pnMMTifln T* that American
: t"n
i. ..... DM MitrrtwnmeKt. remmit* ,, : -Lost B.1talion"nlieved I I fefeeman I! Uterall w ene- shared t
kw|ir iM < "we. like them after six days on the; Of 27ff ballots ; : : one headt&ttxtets suit told
*MnJiMVM l p4. M far a big 1U1towVMi -
Western Front. i I tire membtirship: 14& to. return! -becbimt effective'
CWtwme Dane to be Mid gxQ
th. Utur uf ..... month. 1918-Thousands of .influenza Last -, I"| Dt.. t in. t' units ot the army,
port caRS develop in training camps. Next*. : wereap&lie*r Oct. t .to, 941
allfnli 1
W, wee W ed to {I I 1925-Last: link cf the Dixie: rP fleet in. session, and:: r Eventually they Will be

u.. Mw mwx/ley.t the AtlanticCMl I Ij I I Hi Mrs AMunttMm on )P
stmt j ( WirephotcA
National Labor Relations ,
1947-The P .. Tha- pI1
OH<<. J.. r.:....rts MI the Water I IJ !'| ( organization : ''r .
', Board rules that top officials FEW YARDS from. Ihs snored Colosseum in Rome, filled; will include C. Price AquiUn Lopez. Utstaif
wa ., ferl4. P-'fU .. eanals a boy- ; t0'' '
efa : and C. I. O.
j wlqIWreal of the A. F. j j i I dump urccllected'family refuse against a wall in littered street I'I.dent two- view- : : yr
'I I 1 '
.. not required to sign nonCommunist treasurer.! { The-=ballots.wtja counted! at .the
( the mart promutentt durin strike'of street cleaners end garbage collectors. La-
affidavits, but only those who, of Commerce office'las) *.
1 i I Among :
... the '
a.rt pKUnent .J a. of local national and mternaUooal borers'W31k ,ut. demanding; wage increase from $SO to $ 8.23 I
I will be ted from the preseat { at 5.-00 pjn. Election
stite OMwltUrtMM worth
unions. ,. a month. I Edwin Ttavac 'R t.Us..c. S..
; I I Vt4.J__ U,14' November were di.- _. -- -, -- _.__ __ I Allen., A. Maitland I Wood.., Francis. ffi-I'
n*+A at Myth .by the. Javcee I
} bain.Arnold 'J: D.: and Joe Pinder r
N ......g u *rutk. to directing --
I .A Um Stae BMiMm ta* ta road a 1 I :

. rmi5fuilt....n MM! repair The Ii V
t e.a.lae wagons the arhuoU to --i' Dress Shirt Sale
, i bPMftI fsnl the tax and did not
I want ai4stotI: rrmie. through I
..v uaaeMin jt Else MAW V, make
u*. Ale 4tttrt. MAmi'mlMiiiU .. I Assorted Itabria'IU colors
NA X wa favoredbe
MM Jartt ... went on rec
.. ......... f.. t*..UoA tf % new Prices '
} s.m uetei autnet for Monroe 8 r .a i Y

i t 0..... sy: a
Ai-i<.tJe. rM N* 4 ws also faveeaj4y ] i4VA 4 e
m yfcr' <.''. This woull in- Slashed
r.ea.. tW ........ and etpecxmtf = 1a
e4 ...H Pttte Represents's Din T ,..Qualify j r
.r 6. ;

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...'..................... Dress fis- -

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..-....-.-.... .-... M-p.U...... s.w. 1 V HCRRICANE WIND laoee. icom -t-- J
this ba
i ,ee .t.d .....wl.s tore Iaaan.shipo, moorings ani sUnmsd her against abridge TCXXTKONC ISiO or 1H1ROEBUCK c1ki
in downtown Miemi. Fts. TRIs ptcture wits ntad at the height cf the: storm Tuesday :
':. ABOUT COCK FIGHTS might by Fred Brent of the Miami Herald. I ift an very iaaprE$ve, lobBy but What 1".1I' .t

1 _. ... : .- i.i b -wing'Itre- Q)LVJM8Li AND COfUMirllfrHI
The t7fti.w: .' : :"'; y.. :'" -- "- --c. -; - *
;J pt refrt*nre to the i item heade I' : LAUNDRY S nVICE'take over: : Uwse sahJav:

.lCtark FifMa Are spared L.lKy '' and r
worries.. Corner Srauniton Fleming Strrrl
Weet" en pare one, ..eeunJssiwn !I ....... --. "' : :

uf The Miami Herald.'' \. '- '''':', .......... .__..
di *d S Oeiebrr IMS: 1{ wiI : \ I
:.1 have been in
not liint Key > I

West very lent. lUtteter, 1 do Nr. < ..
I rlUm Ky West .* my hums,I : I
I atnre I am a property owner here. A&nON' 'i ,
1 ean.recall.. being warned about ) I
.. ;
swing ru&M at "Cock-dghkr as ..
it w.. -acin the !law" and tltey .J ... .. ;
were "raided"New I **-**- ,. < > f' .
the City Commission '! i : u :

Ijf p.eud Ce(dMt4MM only a a-abort LAw (which time au.they),',I washes everything J .J I Question: : ;. : ::1 : :

which j Mt about eliminated the
rui.ter in Key West beeauieaunieune S .

eMk.fihtinf. which> Il, You of :ANYTHING that
Do Know
undmUnd ... or was, againstthe

law than !mY soap in hardest water! ..
IW. ... inform me .and the pabl -
is Now It Was Before
l<::\b4*> yow Key West Citi- h Cheaper Than
tea, d H M lawful or legal t)1 I It's fabulous the way you'll save time and

r atatv-roek...**.. .. or not and if work with this new washday discovery from '

I .uj1t M l Uwful, why are they h.'ld t p the Colgate-Falniohve-Pect laboratories!Even I the War? .. .
extra-clean! ..
tflfUte Utrkr.nat or behind high extradirtyaih gets ;
I Mtcea ea M | ve*.t! I I IKUwr ,, Super-Wetting Ac- .: .". ... ,< ..
: I. ac the City f Q"1hunLi.1 l li k M tisaiaoewsde.titicwashing I. ,
..>i r.. tove tlmpprd the balL principle. f : ..
*" When wash, .. -
you ..
S. '. !.'
FAB penetrates ,. + -.
Key West FU.. c -} .
I -
I t l1!I IIW I'--c St, a. materials and more, faster thor .Y r,>j;' sF Y j Answer: :' > .. .
lll ;, $4t
.. .. .
than j
I oughly soap i f."r
dirt out' : t. f. '
: jllVTOM'N.i; Cork fij&hL : ; E pushes -'. '. .
.: Rich suds..nosoap '
i.wr'Ihe Ciueen "hi been in. : ,. keg '
b_, IB. nut itt**.l in Florida i ito I ,t -SS.n 4t water! Yes,hardest rich 1 Electricity Is! ,. ''

I 1rawMns* cork tM.s.C held an. i iN i .. w+ suds to get clothes : r ; :. >

1 S h4. Orte.ttLa.. BetS .. ..::..-:. 4I.', extra-clean and ,
'" I ark ligMe a Uw vio- 1 <,ma. ,_ s no "graying" soap ...
I) waaa --..:::: ,_:;... _.. scum Wash gets .
__ I whiter cleaner r .:"j' ,

hew n trdce.utd waste" v.por 'i iI with FAB. J .; :," .. '
I amA IA.te r ..... wane vaporI .\t t
Even grimiest / r :; "-
tl. ."r
I M phetetf I II '
overalls,work <- :
-- 'r'
I ."' ..".rtmlhfnP aad play clothes -
I BTBOHO AJiM BRAND COFFEE ; get cleaner t II .
II IIJ faster with FAB + '- ; f
'\ :TfUUMPH ? with SuperWettiag : :

I cwITZiUL1. g Action! t, I f

1 1 '. ._. .'_, .,..: ... :. :' j- 1
.. ., .

I ,..'.COLORS BRIGHTER! ; PRODUCT !I City Electric System

,-+teH et Distress ArMtrg"" Yea a fabulous new ingredient ;..., .
In FAB geta white wash whiter : f
t STOMACH ULCERS ..colors brighter and clearer. .. 1 '

MKTO EXCESS ACIDTN.NM..T.Ve And, besides there !is no soap i ., pr KEY WESt ROR1DAr
I l tree..... ..ttBtMeet acum to "yellow whIte wash or '" ; .y i T I
*.*e*H WW cast tee......U g 4 "gray"colors. FAB also removes ,, '# : :
.. .. ........ ,.. dulling aoap scum left by previ-- .' ]t '
I I1M..w 't> I : '
\ S wsr. VN 1... .... .... ....... I out aoap launderings. "

I t W..d 10..-.dM M=-at..aW .Add. of .- .. -
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I av. -
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I ..... .. lrrtrre .
I M.11a R
f -. .. wn.i.' uarh taut d sWyid family wash _
It .. .. ,
J wM -' we.- t I (iJef .
,1\I ORITMTAL PHARMACY PHARMACY 1 and dishes 1 .. _
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:_ 7. 1948 TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN Pi t !tBti Kif I

-- -- -- r

I SPAHN Green artd'3re Me o..a girt
AND LEMON TO MEET IN. TODAY'SCONTEST! }14'Hat...iM. .AsasH. t adtrt

;: .. .
-- -- -

Southpaw, Oppose Lemon Of Tribe* -- ----. I tomer .
j f' \ r 3 S} ": s--;

I In Second Game Of World's BRINGS Sports ShortsThe lance i were forced }to punt only Nero C..r#C d I s ....... ..U
l A.P. YOU PHOTOSi I t three timc-j in their first twaJjgamss. .
i i 'MIS SI ...... IItt.IyeaQs
Series! This Afternoon t San Francisco '49ers o!I Q& Iiglt. eettriM ....... ,
j the AllAmericaFootball ConterACTION' *'! Alcie. Green, wife of J""D'' PN h ea... a..... i

Tommy Holme Drive*i'r--
.. _ha Only IIwa Of Contest, Boston 1 PHOTOS OF PLAYOFF I

t 41y.. l ruUuwin, 2' t: .,..-. ,. ...... ?e. .., ,. ..
t tt'eiLe I Cleveland 0CLEVELAND t

tMIr'II" I fly Fe1lc-rj; MONDAY AT BOSTON 1 I IFITCHSfl !

... -rU/N MMIaovruN 'J : (AH I
cvt '7 with the rim PlayerAB BTH PO A E
1Me'' 01. tWe WorU Series overan4I. Mitchell It 'n 4 0 0 ZOO ti I FIRST PITCH IN CRUCIAL CLEVELAND- PLAYOFF : "*O\ LUST j ji
wM, and. with the Boston DobY.'d' ', ., ,4 0 1 3 0 0 S r
"'"* '" .' T *' UJt K ft
'I" *
UMTf' unm .m anuiii.Lia MUUiiiffl'Jii' rgt? I A
winner by :a I to 0 score. Boudreau ':s .'- 4 0. 0' 2 I' 0 -
O. quwtioo u-who will be the Gordon 2b __._ 4 0 1 1 1 0 i
I.t "..ejr art all betting tint Mana- Judnirb" rf 4 0.. 0. 2 ,,0 0
HWy. SMtthwurth of the Robinson Ib 33 :Q. 0 10 I 0 j

IJrlwf will me Warren Spahn: IIE-gan. C-_- ".". 3 (Q J t.. 2 1 0
whit With Jofemy Sau,. who lUwed Feller, p m_ 2 0 0 1 4 0 1
'I .
the UiiiM: lour has "
yes r
..****. won the National League!:: Totals- .32,0.44 9 0 ;
I****** fur. -Tt-i.: ;
# lik.ty w.U. be opposed by : BOSTON' (NL) C

B.b Lefftun of. the Indian Man,*ilr :'I'Pla'ff-' AB R II PO A E i
lM Buuiru o( the Indians Holmes rf 4 Q. 1 5:; 0 0
M*| Uinrc yetUd.y> game that ':: Dark ss __H_ 4 0' 0 II: 0 -- :
I...VMMI w-.ufd be bat pitcher in I I Torgeson. Ib .. 2 0 0 50; 0 Iw( V ,
the' soiiit. came so itll Elliott 3b '_ 3 0' 0 \ 0 2Rickert. i
hav U :tan.4) that way. Boud.IIVTTINC If 30- 1 2;: 0 0

.saJk \\d... c h.. ..: 1 0 04-2 0'

: 1 jNcil' i)t Masi c -,-_.. 0-1,0 too 11 .7 'a RR'G
M. )McCoi-, cf 2 0 0 5, Q 0Stanky. 21W I

r M N 2b ..._ 24"0. -0: 0; 1 0 ) WircphoLo
Slati( ;2b' ..._:: 0 0.0 0 0 0
Sain, p. ,_____ 3. O. 0 0, 0 0 PITCHER JOHNNY SAIN'right( ) d the Boston Braves tosses the opening pitch af tha 154 8 -'t' ..;.ot' ...;;:
-,- World: Series in Boston ta. Dale Mitchell of th3 ClevEland'IDi.ns... .It, was a 'ball. Tha Boston -
Totals24 1 22'j 4 2 catcher is Bill'Salkeld. and*the"umpire is Georg Barr. '' ( l : "'j: :';' .: : ,
: ..
.. .
R. : .
Score'by innings: '
Cleveland (AL) 000 000 000-0Boston DARK NIPPED AT Si Wa\YQRLU AERIES. OPEXER; BOSTON WON, Pf.'i. ,.., .... .., .y. 47"1,, : ,
{ i s t rnit. III, > T
u :: .
(NL) 000 000 Olx-1 1&1;
I Run batted in: Hplmes.

'Stolen bases:. ;: Hegan, Gordon, 1JN.tY; GALEHOUSE of tho Boston Bad Cox threw UM Ural 9h t. DU k...ale.

Torgeson. f ti tha.Cleveland Indian* t<>.op3n the first tie play cH g....*.. the aistary .l tit* Aa ef...a 1.eei..., '
Sacrifices.: Feller. Salk ld, M. i e ,The gems'wa Boston,end the !<}cal"w the Red SAX ...... I U X heat ..l....i.
on bases: Cleveland 6, is Birdie Tebbett::. Tn! uxapure U Bill McGaw: an.KELTNER'S 1

pAb r a
I Base on balls: off Feller % i V _- ,
(Torgeson., Salkeiu),' off Sain 6 V sap .

I (Gordon. Feller' 2, Boudreau _

t4: Keltner, Judnich). ;t t
: I Umpires: BartNL( ), plate; 1
I Summers AD), Ib; Stewart(NL)?
.. 2b: Greive (ALi 3b; Paparel
--- ;;,1 "
(AL), If; Pinelli (NL), rf.
TOMMY HOlMES Attendance; 40,135-paid.
IN THE FATAL EIGHTH. Time of game: 1:42.: I ki

Bob Teller walked Salk.ld and ?'lA I i fire.r : arlt
ftUaky o| the Braves la thaI ter-of the 'Indians, He mowed the.1 Bs

1..1 I Werld'a Series opener at Cleveland players,down, one\ two I I
ftoatea yeiUrday afternoon., three: The game never was'iI\t _
Taea Tcaimy Holmes came up. danger, according to the Brave

Biaga-t,> slagled sharply to pitcher. a
-It was just another ball game1said b
lalt aad Masi. who tan for Sal- -.
Sain. "I pitched to those Indians -
(UPl) Wirephoto I 1
keI4. cam hem with tha only I just like I did all season to _
IIMI af tha oame. Final score. the Cardinals the Dodgers an}\ EDDIE ROBINSON. Cleveland's first baseman, slides into first bas to retire Al Dark ((2)'Boston ;
v'u Braves I. Indians 0. I the Giants. I wasn't worried about Braves' shortstop in the cpening game of the W crld Series at Boston. Dark grounded to Robinson 'f .

.... a thing .. who made! the out.itnassisted. At }elt is B tIP ..Felle ((19)) :C|.v land pitcher.wv.v..vv..v..vvrv I ,

..u JaB 'f ..l.h; wmneageins feiJLSalkeld, the' 'Brave' catcher, _____t- --_ _.._........----.w.-. ._ ____.___
J"rmi who goi op abase on.balls offt-\- 0
. V
Mrs HH It* an Monday,wouli be let in the eighth: The Indians'decided nnn'l anyone can win jegardlfs; of I .
.Ifce ftr..t p.4etMr in Clev.lutdP.d.r to walk' Stanky also, because golfing skill. As' the ratio of Y

::i ho' is regarded as a pesky. 4 4if men golfers to women golfers is i,
It wa a tuuflh one 100 lose for I(I guy at the plate. //r1. .fA about 20 to 1 it will behoove the
Nee Iwhassik becsatiM. Bob Feller Bill McCormick ..sacrificed the .male golfers to act speedily in I
wens m sseist perfet.t germ, allow- ,ball shooting down the first base ( & J."It order to get a p rtnel'. 'This I I
Iles. Nmvs. only two hits. .1 line. Bob Feller fielded it and (2"1/ I tournament will be open to club I
C H<4mr" drove home the tagged McCormick out. members navy personnel and all V"fo '-___
:g.. of tbe game in the o 1 Phil Masi had gone in to run for C I' other golfer;;; who care to enter.z !: i ii' 4' ,......
then inserted r '
".. -a'IMMM. before the Braves:I{Salkeld.Eddie Sisti to run for Stinky, ) .. ( KEN: KELTNER (left). Cleveland third basema a. rcn fco.*. .a aia to .u9M abet .....4
Navy Day Matches with the Boston. Re< Soft, at Boalan. J.. Oiirata (.ea.en .K
<**t.atf HDers bnlt ant delivery : who was still favoring the leg J three runs in the playoff gimp
Ito Itoian faM ahuidered as the ,>broken over two months ago. ,u-. }! I During Navy y'week a|! Manager Lou Boudreau (second from right! ) were driven .la fey KelUwr' saaaW ni M..r. a4 m sew
lwfta9 lid a runner tu second.( In i! Then Sain flew out to Walt .t r '1!: 'f/ strong team of Navy golfers,:M they're congratulating him at the plate. At righ t Is Centerfielde* Larry Defey waMaaf I* I K
Cmdr. Al
Ito BNWfe .they MtMered the tough- .i Judnich\ i is. right Feller needed V w, .! ,captained by Barthes
.a. elegiRee bevauw Bobby ElliH'B .only one out to escape. Holmes If. will play a team from"Key.West JUBILANT INDIANS CARRY BEARD EN FROM FJWHt KL"i s.urfJtHra. .
that 5ingli g.sharply to ,. I Golf Club captain by Harry'' ..... ...._ .. ... .
tw line error gave Cleve- ruined by __ .... -. _, .._ "- A #,
).earl 1&e t< tie left field--and the ball game was _,',? : Knight It is not known yet how :
Nut Ji4.nny tMan'U the ma-.virtually I ..OVU.I 'i many players will be on the
r K teair-i or who the players will be I r
; Ja
1J ,
but as soon as the teams are I .
I 1.lllnl: : IIAI'PY. INDIANS: ( f lv ; picked 'we will publish them in I erg -
e .Fretj. Mathews ( i this column. !1 .,T1.y'Y M

; r. .B!: : .aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.. I. Cuban Golfers Coming
aaaa aaaaa.raasa
Some time during November
The big blow W vet and- the! Paiks. Russell layman, Ben Cole, the strong Havana-Biltmore team
a polf bugs are flocking back)lo Bob Pollock, Bob Webb. Mel ,will arrive to engage Kev West
the course. We escaped major Hamcl Louio Pierce A. J. Bos- Golf Club for the fourth time man 1 tJ
damage but the greens will haveto sc-let, D. D. Dunton, "Pop" Lon- international match. Havana

be. top dressed again before a derce Ralph FaralOu, Kay' Fa- ,.is currently ahead, two to one. T t
putt will hold the line. raMo Glynn Archer and PiedadArcher. :: 'but Key Wcct:; hopes to emerge t

DR. JACK HAYES had some victorious this time and square {, !

very bad luck and lest. his camp f I 1 -- .the series. Mr'e will have more { -
on Cudjoe. The storm .cfcnter; ;. Tournament Schedule' definite information on Havana
passed by his place and leveledit HARRY KNIGHT chairman of next month. 4't
JACK had only recently the golf clubs tournament committee -fV
Ij completed it and had put in has announced that a.; Greens Fees Due ,.I ti
many hours of work during its mixed Scotch: -:-3ali Tournament j Greens fees for the last quarter -
construction. : < will be held Oct. 30 and'31. ,It' in the veal are due. Joe fe
will. be a handicap affair< and( .waiting with open arms. w a
-- -- -
The monthly golf dinner which
was postponed has been rescheduled -
... .
for Friday. Octobtr 8. -
( at the clubhouse.In : '" .... '

v PITCHER GENE BEARDEN of Cleveland is car rid from th. field ky .htfcUaat f..... ...4>a.
an ice cream eating contestat
i the clubhouse Sunday.FIELD cl after he pitched. a five-hit. 8 to 3 victory over t h* Boston a.cIlox at )oaten MeaAay. This vas I

EN ELBERTSON outdistanceda tory in the playoff game gave the Amarican League peasant to 1M IUi&aL

fast field, including Colonel l -- -
f --

COOPER. TONY DEMERITT Calendar i i Sports Shorts"
Colonel had already had lunch
t There is only one senior on'!
had to quit after hsixth; SENIOR SOFTBALLt
so ,
; the\ North Carolina State foutbaH: & STORE
I dish. Bayvtew Park. Nights squad-Wing back beer Bute- \
1 'lid t To be announced. ,. l
wan.The 61O Du.. Street
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fj.j. About 19,. Disabled Veterans !(! Interesting Notes j jJ [: LOCAL AUDUBON SOCIETYfi-fi'1 The been Whit out at'Crowned. the old Pigeon Botanical-has I i eoperation nore can ofe be.done citizens,by individual than by nearly A recent four aurvay out ef Owe aiiswt feMMfct... tW.. fl i I

''I Employed By Navy In Unitel .States I The summit of Mt.t.: Washington COMMENDS\ \ THE CITIZEN : Garden on Stock Inland and upon E'measures.having to *resort We ?to ir- stern can enjoy legal owned had one Hfe 9f Insuraner.BJCfe MeawaeTs' wav

in New Hampshire is 6.283. feet- the; Keys Even in, spit: these birds if we make the effort I

' "'A ..;.. M a raW ......- 'Ii .We4.., ahoy sea level Fon STAND "ON BIRDLIFE slaughter brave come-back,:this bird thanks is ma kins to !the. a- needed through protective measures l.iChtAin results .... veits.s I
organization of Junior difference occur witfcm a d.wd,
*lifMe are tifiptayad throughouttblaMistunctil c'-r l leJ Civil S-nice status niter Large .-<<\ale. rnan..f..ure of protection-: afforded bV federal Audubon Clubs and Nature between efeuds or b..twe. .. a
I' *.... t.. *...: re_etvins rn eligible rating in m grease began inthe 1880's. .t'5 ..' .,r- -. __ laws and education of the p White<*npl-" Clubs the planting of berry-pro- cloud and the earth.
as to its value. The
lisrhml u--.. The Monroe Count Audubori ducing _shrubs and other means
A *H.. ..WI aunty Vtr IH" Bu Giil} Service examination the! onl There are more than 800 type Society, in its Board of Dire -tors;' ter if they are unharmed by animal Crowned Pigeon wilt in a few to make the birds feel they are
sea certilied from register of and grades'.of grease. days head on south for Cuba and
..... .* OrdMM on occasion of : H wantedhere.. HawToRelimBronchitis
eligibles for appointment.liasselbring's meeting on Tuesday ni < n" the or human foes. Next Springthe the northern coasts of South

I (&.mmw4l -.r tM PmrsieallyHipia.rir.prd .... competence has Sut-cribrTo: : The Citizen. home of the vice-prc=i''.;n' GPO procedure will be reversed: America. : Animal fats were used as lub- ;
, WfIM" rew+l. r been described as a source of in- Mills Whit comnwHcH The when the birds again start north The Audubon Society urfe? the ricants before the petroleum in- ,,
tI' ,*9* toUl number of disabled spiration to his fellow workers. et tie' Dejvt *i IeU es by uw ...y. He uses a special soundbuzzer r-tf a lettr of.commendation' con $;:thepfrttecGiw; nt Joc I. these- birds. Since ; ....
= migratory raeomulsioardinst .
? have reported such visitors Ii j,, bacar*
.... 2. are ptalully em- ( and rqi}greiorVbirjy{ in: tvatpr.fowl. as r .
checking device for inspecting fr "CommalY : the songbirds eat injects which de-, Subscribe In The Citizen.Your it goes right. w dw MM oldie gable }
5: a* HMrea af Ordnance torpedo parts which come to- his SocietyPrtsidpnl,St cant; S. Oven Bird Bob 0 Link. who stroy grain .i it is especially! 10 help !noses sad cspti pm .ISAM
tfi ,.- f\h"il crops j
,, "... : n;. ? givento Whiti said tells.bis name by hi the
cstablisi ; g : song
wurk bench lie has also toda- ._ important that these birds be: phlrgm: aad sid attwv ..... *M j jI
W.ltaAg. >.ln..* with the \>tAdiiHiustfaUnn. i certain basic methods of SJargwit ,>>a tH? rf en ta- As/part of its prberam;'in- Mocking Bird with his wonderful -" spared thefr{ 'winter' heal raw. it.J... .*...... tuomtmil. I
..... > the United working with his hands: close together tion of his'supervisor; ar knowledge and aprireci repertoire of music the flashy during from colder of rrri--j thy Grocer SELLS ThaI Good awcout mtmixmt.TrU row ar..aMi < f
m EmpUymrnt Service and because he says a blind Douglas: T.,GrayJritrf"nriFgreh ; -.PJTase: of bird life in t arid saucy- Great Blue Jay. the gtation parts ( STAR *. BRAND i, to all 70* a toile .! Crn aii a
lion the food eat'it
I iii ..fNluted *tat* employment man relies on his sense of touch. Va- served as a Captain in Screen community florida'Jayj01 the tiny yellow- country. The very we .iih the aodenuadiaa yw BM.. Mas
the' t
Mr****. the.. firid activities the 35th Infantry Division of the Tours nmmiLtee.tbeaded breasted PrariCj Warbler and his dependent upon the'protection j AMERICAN the way it quickly .Wn* the awaii
kilt Imitated effective procnmsnuMiic William H. Pittman of Milledge- Army. Hewas wounded Sep-; by .;Mr. White .is more subdued cousin the Western of our birds in the'United States j. COFFEETry or ton art la .tea yntr aMHy baib.CREOMULs .
; and CUBAN
t.. .... of handicapped viDe, Ga. wounded in :action tember 194. while leading his'bringing to Kev.Wet. beeirninc Palm Warbler. which you Some things people can do 'toj I ION
while serving with the Army near 'A Pound
-December. five -Today-
outstanding -
I wfee** employment is"ay Anno Beachhead.: Italy in March. men into, an attack against the and nationally known nvMnli.t- probably see around your yard encourage birds to remain. Mr.! I '.nC"-'' .v'4' dt> ;}ig
rewttoUons of the 'Germans. For his- excellent display now, the American Redstart Whiting said are to provide food .
1 .. Service C m..>.t..toft. 19 J4.above lost the his! knee right leg three received inches 'of leadership tactical excellence .: .,tQ\\es pether with 'excellent color mo. Cardinal and many others. for them, such as.bread crumbs,'j *- ---- ---
an* t and
on bird Jt*; ; life.These
i ff... A4MIhI A. G. Nebl U. S. gunshot wound in his left knee. and roncern'for: the welfare'of All summer Key West has had"a seeds. and suet, placed out of the j .
Jf.D..4 .c ..*. Bateau. of Ord- Pittman U one of 86 disabled veterans his m.en-as! well ".s the ..cenmplishmentof. with five a events matinee will for be scheduled schoolchildren showy visitor in the rather rare way of cats: put out pans of wa-j, .
....tesh Nat.mrnptwt.nce at the Naval Ordnance .the mission Captain White Crowned Pigeon the -::amefpeC'ie ter- or build and maintain bird]!
ani d* ir bilItf awarded the Silver Star and evening se!'-i\ns for : use of
Plant 'Macon. Ga, wherehe is Gray waS that John James Audubonsaw baths discourage the ;
I I .* wtin**** to the fullest exMm employed es an inspectorWith an .Medal, Gray's disability 'consists adults. Further jmnounc fnentt in such great numbers when slingshots and BB gum and, ,,
to time and will [liNT
as place b
MM MTVMM' of those who ordnanceman rating. 'of a severe ,deformity' of the left he was in Key West about a hun- traps. ::
aeeii'" kaMteapped in the sec..1Owa hand including the loss of H fin- made by the Screen Tours Com- dred 4 mhch.1 I ...
\ John S. Krout. Pa, lost his right and thirty odd years -ago. The society feels that
which of
II ounlry has been em- ger and of'considerable motion of mittee is composed Mr. : -- ---_ ,
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ptiiiad at these Naval Ordnance a.m just below the shoulder: while the entire hand. Although duties White chairman: Mrs. Grace -
P Bala and-Mval ammunition depott. serving: with the 113th Cavalry !, as engineering aide.In the Crosby. Mr:;. Marion Starke and
ruHut ia the employmenthufcrr Reconnaissance unit. After en- ballistics department'of the Naval Cyril Marshall

.i'ia than average percem countering considerable difficulty Proving. Ground. Dahlgren, Va, According to reports rcach'T' NOTICE !
teg..1 droned veterans. finding suitable employment because :I require dexterity in the ..manipu.I the members of the society. Mr. i
llewtnc are examples of em01 of his physical handicap he t
tlon of machinery,he has adapted Whiting said an increasing num-
it .f disabled veterans of was eventually employed in the J himself ito.nnerstihs; r wrocoH- ber of migratory song birds i is arriving : -
Industrial of the Na- >
0.lsaatt activities: Department J urea to satisfaction of his su- in Key Wost: almost daily
.f JLWt" nnhui employees val Ordnance Plant. York. Pa, expediting -. :. T I
pervisors.* One .Poinciana resident al n ;
work from the Something New Has Been
the Naval AmmumtMm Depot.
a Michael rW._- Minor Jr. ef 431 member of the Audubon Society
office. He states that he likes his } .
mats Indtana 4H. or approxi- Bunker.Hil. ?\} street, ..Fredericks- said she had not: heard so much Lest Sih.iameh. bwisap
mat.4jr It pc rent, are disabled: Job had.better than any he has ever,- ;burg Va,!;has-! been employed beautiful birdsong since co",in* : I .I &.. dstee
1 the Naval.Proving Ground: Dahl here some years aro as by- beer back to 1 -A the N.v.t Ammunition Depo Clemon 1. Hicks of Lackey. V'Leis |I gren,. Va.. sln November. 1944. heard within the last f'w tae- .
MrAIrir. OkUhoma. 273 of employed at the Naval Mine In spite of J the loss'of his right Sh- deplored the fact hlh...-.- this rick UcLpMMl .! U.Mm
tii: about 15 Yorktown. Va. Hicks ormil ........ sib
I.TM rmyluyees. or Depot. serv? his
able to destroyed
forearm; heis: perform birds were being disturbed or -
Irest, are dtsiMed veterms. ed with the Fifth Regiment. 1st, duties'as 4 look-out for one of the bv thouJhtlec'JerSOnr' BUDGET ,SHOP'This yaw ....... itasaitbwtesg.iit. .
Naval Orlnanre flint.Lsttwtfi. Marine Division in the Pacific!I -
batteries. ..... .
[firing who failed to realise how muc1- day pct'ten.
Kentucky employs 104datablid ani was hit by multiple shell 1freg'TienU
; Ca'ptainTCeraid'D.: Lmke U. S. this extra touch of beauty and
in'' .. Eeda .M
veterans out of a ">cal of while participating
Commanding Officer of the color means to the D3onl! livirt"in New Department Features .' .... .
.rs ctMHam. and at therT man"'\1 drrtdeaiiee a beach landing: on the Island ofPe'elieu. ace&- !M6.c.I
PUnt. Marvn. Ga, S4W After 13 months of con- (Naval Ordnance Plant. Forest that section. She talked tosome.of .I da will ffLM ,.. Mesi.g.

| .. M3 rmplayec are JiubleJv tinuoui hospital treatment 'fol-!!I Park.""There,Illinois has, states been..'no. need to'make' the the birds bovs in who an wpr effort molesting t" DRESSES. '. Sizes 9 to 46 Prim aM joy .. ..........,
lowing amputation of his left
M ansjln
arrefntinf employment ofkat.liespped forearm he was equipped with a! special jobs* for:the disabled convince them that a: stud of 'N .... ,.. throe. hi.tly
pfcfMtaBjr veterins.tM prosthetic appliance>> ani granted veterans. '. birr1- is much more fun and: r-- palt >Mr sUUena analyze the Jobs in a medical -discharge. .Shortly: "We 'have beenrepaid for our ouires more skill than shooting OPENS FRIDAYAt I Yam ...* will .. a .......
the bfM' el actual physical reg4.mwnIA thereafter, he "was employed at consideration of oW-limited work.I them. lurctMt* .< iris p1..... that
and workers are the Naval Mine Depotas an Or-:',I I ers by'a high degree of efficiencyand Mr. Whiling pointed out that Um McHmf .. (i*e pw ..
I studied. to see if they ran' performt none oner*tiv" ani has since low absenteeism on their the Monroe Countv Al Hi>hon R"
:i requirrd" Ukks. .been promoted to Ordnanceman. part. So smothly has the machin- c ety' is. soliciting the help of all ia fMir ..a auaia .5
t. The result of such study: in hubert H. Sargent of Owens- I cry for supervising the handicapped citizens 'of the area in encouraging Prices to Fit Your Budget ,
the case af Finery W. Hisselbrinc.of ;. burL Ind. is employed as a fire- I become that World War I more and more visiting.scST- I Moear ytco.t..
Msywool tlL. who suffered to. man in the boiler operations department and II disabled veterans have pre birds and waterfowl to remain The
Id U. .eI Ms sUht In Germany in of the Naval Ammuni sented no'problem us. Becauseof here. Key West i J one of the l'l't soars. iica.uaE

l.tK ted to .ho brine placed In tion DtCrane.. Ind., lie lost the example these 'individuals I way stations on' the Eastern Flv. .Priced _298 __ S398 __. S498 L1.. V o: Beticlxomber .
t&9 inspwtien deportment of the his right arm in tae service and have set for the able-bodied employees way'B tween Canada and 'SoufjAmecica WUL,..A u.tit
...vat Ordnance Plant Forest was fated as 90 per cent disabled they have served lo stimulate he said and the big t ..
r..k.. lit 'by the Veterans Administration.In production and sa for trek, is.; now ;beginning. Manybirds'will r 1 Jewelers and Shen.
Hatoethr4ng' was eventually ac- spite of his disability his work the entire. "complement." -. stay1; heritor the win: .r
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1. .,, y ;ice' IJeforo: >on, 3Ir. Employer, h a man who fought on .the. hcarlihrmh ..f Tarana or lotto, .*!*..

i s I flow over bwub-gutted Tokio or fought in the Coral Sea HP. h our of Inuuln' of .lli.
t __ t'a;": who iiiarchcil in the Purple Heart Parade. Today, he ian .\m ri"un hMikinp for H job. IU.liiittl ..

1 ., ) him are the hardships and dangers of war, the weary inoiilht, in the lu**|'ilaU l mud .lire (m*.

I II L W,. _. day"*" of_ training* for einplovment.! Ahead o( him i i-t a future that i in in jour. loud. NMwH. )....

I i do with' hi-t fulln'c'i'\i lporlant to him and to lout!

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E :: MAN WANTED We need.1 hard-hiUing veterans. We've Mre4

i z'" .. .. :''''. .;" .' many of them since V-J day. It pays oft. Some aren't. the MMMT

i I : physically as, they were before a Kamikaze attack off Okinawa, a
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n. hell burst below Cassino, or flak and flame over Kauertoe fiw

I I. Some have lost an arm or leg or eye. Others have hkhfan .....11-

I ties. But we have found these disabilities are not handicap* when

+4 we place them properly. Their efficiency and productive ability

1 $ P have saved us money. We need more workers of this type. We

: a i will continue to hire them throughout the -ear.

; ,... 'I Signed: AN; AMERICAN EMPLOY

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j w. "M'. ., .w x HELP' VANTED'e'd Hk"; that inh l 'you Mavet >ir. En.plDyft' ., ...

<.. .,r .. There're more than a quarter of a million of us either actively .folk- f

; ing for work or soon to leave hospitals: or finish our training. Thete i

'A' a are many jobs we can fill capably.! We know that Mirvey* riwm- f1'
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f tcz: that our fellow disabled veterans have been as efficient un the job

t : f ,, l 1 i : ,u .. as other workers, that they have had fewer accidents and have $

I been reliable workers. We've that
put away Purple Hert. Today ....

: ,L .. we'll take our chances on that job you've got. We' think you need ... I

'' .. us and we know we need you. We'll get your work done And ,

** ;, itI \ .f t. '' \. .. .:.: while) we're doing that we'll pay for our h-jmes and ran*? our families. $ f:

Signed: A DISABLED !
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4 Key 11'rat; Aut tu1'utrnflrrricr s r .e This Advertisement Contributed by the Following Friends t

: UI:11..I r a Key West Coca-Cola Bottling Company Key West Provision Company t

imunion; Street to ;,/" ; CO-OPERATING FLORIDA WITH I Mulberg's Chevrolet I Company Fausto's Grocery

i $ a tt1i' t 't 4 ,w.T'I kSTATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE The Florida National; Bank Navarro. Inc.

1 't Strunk Lumber Yard Monroe Motors. Inc.


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