The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 8, 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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October I reached the general the Chamber of Commerce to''; third game of the World Se. Franco 'I.'I.CCII. i H. G. Williams pmMeat ef U. C.U '...... t..I '"

membership today. I stuff envelopes with publicity material '. Company which owe the' ferry that may rw. to KaMM leM W*..
It points out a isles school lust for distribution at the ries today from tM Baton .._... ..
was conducted here: the press American. Legion Convention- 'I lltrTW A Prat' t. | w., in Key West today makUf s rtr.e..l ..,.., ef dt. <*.><

fUtuer bM in mnneotion with I Three thousan envelopes carrying i; Braves. 20. .. I Isk PORTLAND. Ore. Oct. '. done to Porter Dock by the vrce.t stale. .

the Pan Aitw>ric-an Airways inaugural I an invitation to visiting del- j i -Henry Wallace in p seriesof II I Williams said that work ta still tedp fww.r4. .. IM vfcfeUU
reremonKi M Meacham :egat! at the Miami notional con- The second Cleveland runj short speeches here today; t.ty
r..H. tfa!' tint business ir dory :vention to visit Key West before t!I said that the United States I t> at Jacksonville and that if the Maritime. rTinrtfnfra M We...

httinc names and business classifications. ,they return home, are'to. be: filled. j j 1 I came in the fourth inning. has been coddling: Generalissimo i ington approves of an ppllntfoa fw Biwlfcy. ton H wad41Nt

; that a business index The job of Inserting material I about SO days to complete the skip.
.. Keltner walked RobinSon Franco the dictator of I
now mnUtned in the monthly :into the -envelopes will require a : .
......bfntwp bulletin. lot:of time. Harold R Laubscher, Spa n. The Gulf Atlantic Company KM tked Hi* t.--,

It tells af th* tourists promo- II Chamber manager.has asked that got a single and Hegan hitone Freedom in Spain. Wallace i Mon to guarantee; t a mortgage( : ban. ....... |.UtiM". tli es... ......

IMMV Inrlu4 nc four large 56-foot anyone who is interested in giving safely. then Bearden. ; ICY declared. has been crushedby : : enable it to complete the ferry and to pwiJe .>.fc.g> ....k. trite
highway bt }bo.rda that were in- : a. hand toward the project t (JP) W' Franco. Whenever opposition ; West and at Havana
Mailed slang the highways above I come to the Chamber of Commerce s crops up to his dicta i
Miami. H relate how the Cham.J office in the YMCA builds who had doubled in the third I MARVIII ALVEY: (top) cf Forsythe. Montana, lies on a stretcher t ta torship, he proceeds forth- ;i The Company modified the requee&I. tlMa SUWI

ber. pun.ecd a dance for tourists I IMd I|i n g' Saturday afternoon. "I f inning, came -through with few moments after rescuers found him alive in the wreckage I with to jail the proponentsof I' hearing before the Maritime Cemmiiiton MM MMvIk sjj* ..... ,
ervwemen.: it tell of the enough volunteers show up the a democratic form of gov f
of his plane (bottom) crashed in rugged mountains 1 had asked for 'a mortgage totaling HasvOOO. W totor
which near I war Ille/nw
member be
slap drive that netted the I I job can done in two or three another hit. a single, and I ernment. '
t..t.t11.111.. hours," says Laubscher. Casper, Wyoming. 20 days before.. Alvey has a broken leg andis And Franco is the man." i the comm' $sion and asked thit lies nwrtcafe' W ..< M F1.i. ...asI, yI

It t.M* of a Itttinx 1t! of local 'f' Keltner scored. I ,near starvation. His flying_ i partner. Martin Mitzkus. also of, Wallace boomed. "who has The aert -:._.5 n. _-ij b i
.......... fftOt 1A. guest basses.I how the Chamber furnished large I been pampered by the administration i I
'I Boston used: three pitcher. I Forsythe was found dead in the: -wreckage.: These photos were Wtlllr.nw, w .. ew. awlM w r
tfeUaflec and trailer park: it tells conch shells with which t9 decorate in Washington.
"- all the K-,. West High School ,i the banquet: tables at the annual : Bickford Vouello and Bar- made by Wayne Winters of Douglas. Wyo. and were transmitted Wallace U due to make a Funeral "I stake ksewn w htirioa. e.aa

Baal wNeh was sent to United States Chamber of I by the Denver Post's mobile Wirephoto unit; operated major address tonight in t Inc ttls.. I .jll... If tars sail- !
Or..... Bawl .ie and Commerce convention -at Washington rett. Cleveland's Bearden i Seattle. 'IT
pr Washington. For
M tell o( the tutomobiie th.1 I by Floyd McCall.lVIEDIATOR. omorrow < missies .w A.'I 1e*. wt.> ....
went all tho way, winning said, the 4'. r...I (
away Ly the alvntwtnf' If tells how 2,701 tourist and r.lI'I..I.l1111- I af N testahr

t*. Hurt netted the Chamber i j I[i winter visitors attended the fun easily. I ipPOINTED--I i i Louis Vargas ape.ssio .. .... lh.aa ..

t ors 001, night programs or went fishingi d4.. a.I ..
H tells oaf the Chamber work i iI. In the third inninq Cl*>Te- : Beats Hold Out ; vera..1
the Keys it tells how
i I up : 15,000j The body of Lionel Q. -I deeld.d to .... a pssslttsW

mntt to snnnauring tar tftu..ts. ht: ,it of tell enjertvin-how the j!j!I two-dor printed and lithographer distributed folders to prospective were- land scored the first run of I Of nill For S12I !iT/5, who was killed 'in a plane'$ Irv,, ..l .... sMlpw ..... to

.wilL .f Key West were ploredt I( vacationists; .it tells howa the game. Hegan flied out. i IN DISPUTE BETWEEN I: ':crash at Anchorage Alaska, on Ilk dusk .ta Ky 1Mwl. .a14.. ....
1 pre...M4leMlr the .fi.m1 But II two-color city map with art Oct 21. 1443. has been brought to, OveneMham. ...... ..m Intl
hMr,, H Sets of the fun nights I work by Cyril Marshall' WHS but Bearden. a good-hitting I I Charged with dtfraudm: a ho- Key West for funeral service 'amt': -1a ".. 'P4.. toil w...

staged for winter v.siton.: it tHIs printed by the Chamber. pitcher, doubled. Then Sten- i! RUSSIA WESTERN UNIT i i I tel keeper. Hazel Bennett' wasi ingtanWM tliy hat ..... ... .... .
burial unier: the ot the
of how Key Was arraigned before Judge Thomas; ;
publicity w'1 1 I It tells of 40 10'members the ,i klwa (
Uff4. *t the Tampa Sttte I!. Chamber attended: a. get-together ky fielded Mitc',vU's blow ; I|.i S. Caro of Criminal CQUrt'today.. Lopez Funeral Home. The pee** .to | ... wig i iI !
It tell of how the Chamber i* ''I dinner and heard an official of the Lifting Of The 1 Itlnrkailc*11'-. The woman pleaded uilty.It Funeral cervices will be held at wAwh a y MM. to .laswrall I
61c fteks lu ,>viUilHhcj. Florid Stale- .and his throw to second wu was charged: that --he bent' :I .
Etd/we i < netaalers .Assoc alas. .. :3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. toj tree .. ;
fervy Keret if tells of"howjthe j I tion;it teila,of how winter visitors: / fn time, but Dark's throw: to Of"nefiiiri: Tavoreil "f \ the Ovatseaa:; -Hotel outofatttWfor pEhVehTprf; of the Lope &* ] sett iseard tilt ....
Chamber U proposing the de- ',. were mailed scenic: postcards 'ofKey 1. Ulidshipman- $I2, Judge Caro gave her 60 weal .nrfed Ilse ---'JI I Attie
vrtopment of Harmon flight; it '' West with a. massage that first went all the way to the ISThp 3Inlialnr; days in County Jail suspendedif I Home. Rev. Joseph Maring. S. J.. Ie ram tarrn his. 1 r
tetfa. how Key" Wet folders were l'I the new county beach will beready Farrell Enters he" paid the bill at the hotel I of St. Mary' Roman Catholict! .a Moue I* fwdasnax nlrgll .... led
eat to the International TravelCftpwition I I for them this winter. I Cleveland dugout. Bearden I! S'r Vi-hin..k"rrrtrl and the costs of the case about Church will officiate.! nim. % toys

: at Clucaso. The report is the work of Manager scored on the play. I tw TKc/'Iii....- Naval AcademGREAT $18. be in the family plot in the Cath-1.I -I Had .Mum *. tits. n ....-
It tetU how the Chamber made Harold K. Laubscher of the i j I Two Other Guilty Pleas ttwtt anhart M Nil
i PARIS. Oct 8 Chief delegateto olic cemetery I
t a II-pece survey of f.cts. figures Chamber and I !, May Harris colored who(
Lettie J. Sullivan, Score by innings: btavti* l wm 1fc4s rt M t1r
J aM ....ilitite. *of Key. West; it tells I II ''office secretary ., the.. United Nations from Ar- I. T.. "...... 'I I pleaded guilty to drunkenness, Vargas who was ban Septen ,I fort .4 DwealbaHertac. ..... ttaetk .... .1

_- Boston. R. H. E. i iI i iI gt'ntin'ltta.? been appointed ismediator GREAT LAKES. Ill, Oct. 8. was given a 30-day sentence in i ber 24. 1923. leaves the ....Jow. hal II to Mfc fa lstelae ...
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? --- -- I Micl-hipman: Joseph A. Farrell.j I I .
County Jail.William
to ti about Mrs. Mary Vargas daughter Ma-
try bring a ; shape
000 000 000-0 5 1 :
I III, son of Capt. ant Mrs. Joseph N. Pete of Marathon! .
Trevor Rc-Elcclcd HeadGijChamberCdwU settlement of the dispute between ;A. Farrell Jr of Quarters G, Na- 1|'I tiMe Vargas, brother Cvelra Ver. I I nrhen waranswatt y tttpp. $'
Cleveland:: i who pleaded guilty to intoxica .. .
'- I .... sad tt
and the Western !t 1 val Base West. mother Mrs. Duke M. Var. WM IUw
Rusia Powers ,
j Key has been admitted fined I* and costs. gas
i: tion was $ wilts Nr ......... t< st. ....
Cal 100 OOx-2 5 111wcc generally and the I[ to the! Naval Academy: gas and sister. Mrs. Julio Acutta.
: r. Trevor was elected president of the Key over Germany we .SB IMSWVC. .....
i!Berlin blockade II I j Annapolis Mi., as a midshipman, Vargas enlisted in the Floo4a ...
West Chamber of Commerce this afternoon at a meeting particularly. Class of 1052.Rotariaitf. i Three Crewmen Only seem Oaassdt t M I wa
.I the Board of I lie had a talk today with An: National Guard on Jan. II. l INf.1 see was tjw Maw .......
new Directors. Due I I and they became part of the re;. dmPsn Ships drei Vishm ky of Russfii and
Robert Dopp was named first vice president and Joe : Unite-i. Told i! Taken Off'Barge!! 'uar! Army 21 a days later On Jan. _.,.,... I is lied r .law YwkI
of Stat :
Philip Jessup the js i 13. 1941.! the Guards went.. Texas .
All.. second vice,president J. D. McAndrews was elected v ton salt pap tlawur M'I.
SaturdaySunday anl will confer with delegates! were' from Texas to Caitferm. lie :bunM dsras ......
treasurer. from Great Britain awl France. I II [ Of Handicapped! j I j jI I Three crewmen rescued I where they stayed until April 13. 'I1wM r vwhamr alerts Ott...
i I I yesterday from the two barges: 1912 He back to Key Went.
..- ..- --, Three Naval vessels sched-i I J I Th Argentinian: said he is I i iI came : ep. ...... tto sera tastset ail ..
are '
I As employers, the members of and a tug owned' by the Key and remained: until Jan. 3, 1943. _. te. basteak"
I'I | alines IbsM ar a
ulcd to arrive at Key West Naval I!,working: on a principle t based: ont the Roarv C'lubCfe West-Miami Barge Lines. In-.. when he went to Fort Jackson. S
urged tp i ii I
15,000 STAND IN RAINi Base tomorrow and Sunday. j i the proposal for the !lifting of the i ii i Rive; job to handicapped: persons I'1 I which went aground on Howe C. He was overseas for 21 montfit.He This acre ........ ... w.a

'I The sailed USS Sarda.out of New a 5ubm'lrine.1which London. I j jb'ockaJc i Ho c'.il not say wh-st 1: by James Risley, area supervisor ;!;: Key during the storm of Tue.- was killed while retuiiung tai i! ....-. ety tltMstek ... ........

was Vuhin",ky's. reaction to the of the FI"ri-b Iniustn Commis- I day. the United States e4sbr Badens ed slot ..., .. Ira
i iI I i}
i i r TO HEAR PRESIDENT IN Conn.Lt., Cmdr.and which J. M.M lImt'commanded forma I i proPOXll. "on at t," meeting ye tsrlay! 1ft.I! A representative of the barge lie died on the second MVwver i is Iew at w r......
I. by -nn. ] I!St. Paul's Church Parish Hill lines made the rescue. but he :ry of gas weddinz" He' never MW tow ... .*.4lbi. ....
"ly first lieutenant of the Nai -j I i A delegate! from Australia recommended i Introduced by Jeff Knight, rep- .j i took two other men to guard the his daughter who was 1} munth' ..twrttag. .a4 aitllr* WlSSia '.
i j val Station here will Ret in port tint a resentitive of freight aboard the bdrgcs. The at the time ut his death.
threemonthI tae Florida State i the ..... 550114- t
SPEECH IN ALBANY N. Y.".[I"at about 4 p.m. tomorrow. thfI i I truce l be sgreed b by the Western j I(I I Employment Service here, Risley barges: were being! towed to. KiyWest Local National Guards and Ar- ....... w I./Ire1a ..,
Also coming tomorrow : the ..t thur Post H. Guard
'''Powrf i end Russia i t H the Rotarian how h'in.Jictp- when caught by Tm Sawyer nor i Nis e.rattia5Mra 4.P lleV aI. .
I t,USS Scarsf a destroyer commanded |' I!|1)ei workers always proved de 'i I Insurance surveyors worn will attend the funeral and fire a ; ... .
,i 1st Ms t. to atM
\.rl-", 'I hat IJntliTDniHHrrulir ; -! by Commander J, B i ik.Heralion of the bliss) "tea-.c I of the volley at the with etasir
the bya
and grave tip
jpcndahle reliable checking cargoes .
: .
I ; I flrtt.t ...... wart w1tr atlrwe.
I) Begirt. 1 1I withdrew from the throng because Grady, USN. former ordnance of- 'will! b., le-.UTne-l Monday by the I they were able to '..10.I barges today. buglei I ..... A. rlselrsad ,...
I Naval .
l I ficer of Key West Sta'i..n'I,:Secur ty Coun"ilTolay ; I "Y"U should not con:1 Her 'i The Key West Naval Base -- --- .. ? d lit
of the rain. I tare
I MIl W'
dock hero regular sta- "
of Cub
representatives following
n.iltr Iltrn'ahr I wijl ; \ n n' Hsh''iti hut von Ghoul 1 stood by yesterday I n.'t.'
I Since 1933, President: Truman '.tion.I j Norway <''n I Egypt wer" m'I IP Consider what he of> the badges highi
do up
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I I can U"b I dt'Ovl'ry Palace TheaterChester Mas.a.e b .listCllr .'..
Ilirrr roM In U. s. pointed out, when the Democratic .I Here on Sunday will ho thLST1141 I members of the Security Council II !1' llvl ti.tevHurricafle i and dry on the shore of Howe C.rtttaliraa 1 Tad ...
partytook' over the administration with a load of freight i Delegates from the state of Israel ---- -- Morris and AjUta LevUei"WAC.O.Nh j
1 .N.. T.. AM. ..., rr.... I of the country at I ,:from Guantanamo Bay. Cuhn !,!,I pt'Qtf'Stei btUrly against the 'inlelun -I II |I I II -------- --- ;i Key _--- : WHSTWAHir. ....... t1.atsa.MJ.

ALBANY. N. Y. Oct 8.-A n o' th-: Egypt! Mn I in the I i ii I
1 he depth of the depre 5si >n conditions ---- |I
!i!memb"rsluj. > They stii tn>l Fgvf.t j i LumberYARD Robert Dopp IsCcn'l NEWS and SERIAL
crowd e.tunted at 15.000, heard j| have been far better U"'n i )
I IVewdent Tiunwn make a rear- they had been in the preceding i FOR SALE! FOR SALE! :hat l tie'n engaged: ; :: in aggre-aave,:) i J. R.StowersCo.

.1 four years. i ( 'Itacti.s n%: pl I.UUlm'lh| here this moiniiiC j At present, he asserted, l>u-i-( Good( Used( ( Cars! .rne.inee I I.:.t MIY t 15 ( Velocipede*
oWpite the f.ct that it was tli.. It wa.i %ni1 that the Wrlinli I I Ii TELEPHONE 816Mayor's I
I raining at rile time i I neo United: ; is Stales good and throughout he clenwnJM, ;, TWINS GARAGE i, P.iw 'r: ,:_k pp?r" througnout ItaI'I..r' : n->t>...., f>>pp. former diretlorif FOR SALE PHONE' 2M
but t:i-t the Rui.n le 1t I !... lrt'lwnt ..r' Iuhl'r
He \\it. kwdlv cheered un sever. : to know if it was: bceaiue th Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer j,I i Itl I C itv oPp --
I ..1 uCTaainnK and nlv iI few:prosperity that the Republican TELEPHONE 1E9 !.. l> ivi ii', intention of "x>''po'l"I I Server. ha pas';ed l .in rximinition 194* Plymouth SMICiald.Luxe
t'v' ttpm' of I tHu Proclamation siren as 't general : -
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I : Since administration 1933, he stated bu.-in I *'.c m riuiope but in the reunm ler ,I Sunday.Sunday the 17th the day 10th of noting up to $18,001 he announced new radio teat e... POOR OLD CRAIG
MOTOR TUNE-UP' '.f th rl i, I it i lissen I err wmferCMt IUII.II1S41
w > >ec5 use i- tt..tay.Dnpp
in the country has increased thre October has been dc'ijnatidft DeSoto 4.Door. I .:R\1CE: MTATHMfFes.eia
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|i] ...SAVES CAS foil, and the increase has been n : m 1111 !'I Business Women's Week. appeared Hall on owner very clean I KIM at btNal s ....... MM..
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: (14iii Smith Anlii Service experience among citizen; of all ___ _.___ I i awl September 30CENTRAL/ I 1948 Ford deLwae Sedan ,, .... PI as 5.4-
(Continued On Page Eight) I .. ...... ; WHEREAS.: It behoove
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i I 1941d Oldaunebile
Opposite' Army BarracksRAUL'S : : !
....-.....-..-..-. Legion |! BRADY'S I roses and Professional Womenand nttte. raiio1941 ,,,...
t 'MIAMI KEY WEST .STOCK ISLAND |I in this way join with the PHARMACY Chevrolet SpetUI. .

CHARGE liNE. IRC I' citusns of the entire nation J lrr.vrlp.lf>.. tailed lit sad Town Sedan !1310
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I CLUB TELEPHONE 6Next I I oar criers "0 1'r..rlpU. er Sedan,one ewntr,
Night City of Key West. norita.I : .
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II Legionnaires and Guests TOP LUGGAGE support of
I reaturln? the FOR SALEI! FOR SALE! I our women and their ideals.
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DEBONAIRESMo Music by CARRIERS Date this eth day of Octo Fine Fishing
1946 CHRYSLER S1995
: ber. 1948. i I
I Priced Drinks I -Dr. Bed.-Nice Family Car THE THREE SHARPS : for ALL CARS I A. MAITLAND ADAMS. Thompson Enterprises Inc. PriONC SUM

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: 1 Meet the CancfidaterSun: :; J. S. .Tluirmond .'.-1I ii'.'& ii... Tn--..' '. i-. .

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h :x national defeatHe advocated|I

"- is Od .. tctal mobilization in case oTf "war'
Infonnaiitah tie AclvertifersFAVMfcVT
at or national emergency.He :
attracted wide attention : ft..e r.*'tor MaaAified a4vrtl
Itt r last November menu {. IvrariAb'jr In A .
by marrying 21- nt bad
Ri M-eP' nff ttita'1eh4 rrirBi&r .rtrmtwm WITH leaver _*'-
.; ; j-ear-old Jean Crouch one of hu will b. Inserted In TM Cltirvn.atih count may bav their adtertlM.
lr+ i rate of Jo a wr4 for,.4rlt Insertion. m#f*' tarfrF4t..
V dl offiee secrebl" e1. Their romance let the roi.imtinMvte, fnrlh rt rn.tca rrn D1i.hLn .
I. r flat 14 word or lees Is seeThe To Inaare
1.; developed: from a long family rate for fcl rkrA*. f>.* in Ic a be MI Tt). .CUixrn offlre cop befAr) mast It
friendshiplatinx back tJ her 1 I word. and the miinmam rMrjt* tori otlot-V 1ft. the morning of tte day
a kt i: th. first li .t>rd. i e 4io- I It of publication.
'iI .high school days. He the ,
was first i 1 t .:.... ...:...
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chiet executive of the state to be !:
;( married in the executive mansion i j An .d..nts'!!s to a" order the renewing it
At 20, Thurmond the I tof mot If adrertlatntt. nanllleit 'or conlrart, The caattkrta Clt'n": will 1ft be+e

:.l youngest teacher in the state; at ,;i tesp.neible....... "..oats..."...tM..."+.tU for,"nY nrat: the u"'rtlott attual b..m6uftl.or ttJwlttr..pac.e rirt ewc.pied rtfaAa. red the 1o. I
] .29, the youngest state senator; at I I I part 0( the adrettiw-meat wLore toe error rr ,

!'h' 35, the state's youngest judge; and II 0 II 0 t Ii i r r %: '. .: fi .
at 4*. one of the youngest governo i j -
li fc* : '-. ,| FOR. RENT-APARTMENTS 1 PnLPw -MALE
:iH : WHen the wr broke cut he i!i tl

< p defied hli judicial robes and went j.l Furnished apartment 3 rooms acid MEN WANTED!

into the army "'S s a captain. After I r" bat ., Maid and janitor scrvj j STEADY WORK BENEFITS'::

service, 'with the judge advocate i|; ices, linens and utilities fur I'I'I You face oo seasonal iay-*ifs e
1lrJhi JRn
J'I: t t for and got combat duty. At- }I Hotel ApartJnerta, opposite Fast i iI j biggest business In the world-

: Inched to the 82nJ Airborne Divi1f I I i the business of Uncle Sam. Investigate
ion, he iota Norman !
-iy on : j these jobs ut ens*.
D-Dav wvl later received the i I 2 l-i-rdojft apartment Weather forecasters ..aireniftmechanics

,1 Purple Heart for an injury received Utilities, furnished. Children I J radar .
there. II I under 1 year accented. Apply a i medical technicians radii>

.,i1ldt : 915' Windsor Lane. octlrtliI =I technicians stenographers, carpenters
:: I wwllia I .. I photographers draftsmen -
r Whnl's Doing I Furnished 2-bedroom apartamentichildren j ? These are some cf the

:'walI : -accepted. $30.00j i i occupations in which good jobs

'h .i the I plus utilities, 'until December,I 1 I can be available to you in the
Nk 1st. $37.75 for 'season. FurnT new U.. S.
,.all4r I COY, J. STROJ1 THURMOND. ishcd 1-bedrum apartment]I' Force. Free retirement plan

1'.M.C.A.Zaekaet ; ..couple only $$;;.00.. plus utili-j I Retire at half pry in 20! years,

: .:s dal a..t" M N..aleotUJe ; it as pepping stun, .to'this ,I and: Soolhard Streets oct64-2ix i i I only the beginning. Frcs food, .

t'OLUtdE1A. S. C.It'he U. S. Senate ilat.nouw held] by tw MnB 1UEI. tilt clothing shoes, shelter mpdic&I -.
k BRVNDCOFFEE'. : MONDAY Furnished one-bedroom apart l t and dental care. It's the
| former Gcyembr Olin D. Jc 1n- ? :
loove of choocv
ml .
J.j j : merit bath and electric Kitchen. best deal in the wbrld. It's
;:stop who rome reelection 9Ct.P.M.--Juke Box
[ for Dance. I
Sti.H Thufnxad will be elected ]! up 9:45 P.M. 50*Greene Street next to City I\I a chance to learn a skilled Uait
Preaideat of the United in 1930.I --Truth or Consequences -I Halt 6ctS-3tx *i iI i' a chance for Cadre educatiftn. -

?ra.4 Ts4 yMme'1-.. Etot+la tilt Novetnbet. I a Quiz .1 I Get the full story at the

but Thurmond the Stat.*'t 1 I Thurnwnd's. debut on the UIU P.M.--Slo'I. uf'd I Four apartments .vail tble. 411 Army and Air Force Recfoit
I flights Dtmocrotic Prendontialrondttdolft. tional scene was at the 1347 TUESDAY: William Streetoet3.2Gtx. ;j mg Station today It's at F
has vet to b* atop-;,emors conference at Salt :nS.1. 7:,0 P.M.-SfcHffleboard Ses-j if ;' a'!; oral Building Miami, Fla. Do

knasumiEs; ? tM4 Jot pokttcol office. Fur- ,City where he outlined a plan : si 'r.s on the patio FOR RENT APARTMENTS it now! Facts will please you!
tfaertBore. he bo$ surprisedrealty I ( dpirV M). AND ROOMS 'I N.O-6' oct8-lt

(QUiPMENT j with hi* t.ear
i .HOItC ssrON twQ yeas' a. qorernor. }tot has '; Reeharsa The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming Port >bellboy. Apply 0?er4are

S '.Ii :'ITIT10MJIY ee* dd in many things i 1 N.C.C.S. (Service personnel Street; has an efficiency apt.: HoteL oct8-.t

which poetical observers had : welcome to attend and several sleeping rooms raw ,
thought matHcallv im>x>Mibl<'.4 I IO Duval StreetDEFESE I an.; take part). cant. Low weekly or nwnthly FOR SALE '
I,:. :.1 I.... teed 'JI. 4S-Tctn-old Thurnond!. I WEDNESDAY: rates.;
.. ko .....ed this state la oil FORCES I 1:00 P.LL Hospital Fish Trip 3-hedroom furnished MacArthur

": .! \"nr iur'ti tht.. b meh.>. of osTMnment .' PROGRAM 1 YMCA-NCCS-Red FOR RENT-:-BUNGALOW home. Price, $12.000. iItS"J
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"y ( "eI"ilf )efor. hi* election to the qovolfice. : I Cam : t rms. Johnson & Johnson.
emer' hit way a circuit 1IImIr1lllt1ll11UilPlli mnma.'DB1IIIIIIIIIIftrr 7:30 P.M.--Shnfaebn3rd Ses- :! Phcha 372. ectl-tf
Solo! Supplies Mttfq., Betets that. t.. was ala MONDAY j alone on the patio Two bedroom bungalow screened
all electric kitchen, two'
ttt4. MNltnt : 1:00 ]i'.M.-5.DO! P.M. -- Writing t!I (supervised). porch Gray marine engines and service.
; v o ('.Hives' addiiioa. h. has ftonittn 1 j 9:00 It M.-"Ye Ole Country car garage, beautifully land-i
Ping Por .3 scaped. No pets, $125.00 per; C. R. Smith. opposite Firestone
tarminq. in a tvxtil plant. : Pool Tables Showjcrs. :; Party", featuring month to Dec. 1st then dn seasonal Station. Marathon. xxrtllmoHoover
oJ as a school teach and county ; << Sewing !rI3.| __ Square Dancing, '
............ .antAtendftlt of educction en chines.. Virginia Reels and to May 1st' Paul.'s> Tire

a -lawyer and as a combat .730 PJW.-8730. P.1.1. Spanish.' Irish Reels etc. Shop. octl-tf vacuum cleaner; $23.00.
soldier. nRrnSDA; Y: I. Washing'machine. 1500. Telephone

HMwlfkh pnsw...,.1 r Senorita Beginner's 2eniK3es Classes,*; 3:00 PJLL-5Oi P.M.-Classesin 'Furnished Bungalow. 1826 FogS<%'- .. 1IB4-M. oct2-tf

LE haet K1..riJtics.i Rrmond anstructor. : w basic: photo- : ty avenueoct82lx "
t<. priHtoul rfcr sire TUESDAY 1 f Rraphy, White enamel, $2. 3. Outside

t o. Srrnu&.ItI.. Mtt an .mazingj j 10:00 A.M.-;iDowling. for Kbry'1| 3:30 F.M.-Dance, John Pritchaxi FOR RENT-COTTAGES t white paint, $2.75 and $3.75 per
4 .. ', and his gallono .' 50-ft V arden
arryullt ttesTgy. 4 ;;.Wivt' U. S. Sub; Or. up.
-- f. ; Base Bowling Alleys.:| ch<
f ThurmofU M loaning on a olatJlhU. 2:00 P.M,-Navy Wives, Swimming the .members of pete, infants accepted. Apply Olivia. Phone 1597.
t1 ., Swkt ." With i -J I the Theatre
4f. '; {i U. S. Naval; FRIDAY- Croup. rear 1012 Varela street, up- oct4-6t
Trlwd these ; Base. PooL stairs. oct.73tx
a sal I.M HP rays they are e<. } ": :38 PJ-I.-U*. S. Naval HoFplU :; 8.-00 P.M.--Variety Nite Men's Bicycle, balloon tires knee
|ff .... .. .e e0M INT ... ll-e's* it h.* been Ameiiccft Party, jointly Red Cross with! Movies. FOR RENT-ROOMS ;:: action Staples spring Ave. fork. $17.50.oct.7-3tx 1500 M this nxutlry. He bej j! SATURDAY
..... .......,n in then ''I 7:00 .M.-U.(2nd Tuesday). j j 2:00 P.M.-"Town Tour" Large well 'ventilated sleeping
S. Naval HospitalEntertainers >, bath -actically new Gibson refrigera-
2 rooms with adjoining ; at
Iioatl racial hr- I
I s17 to photogenic Key tor. SlOOOO. Apply upstairs,
ta the .
Youn Tourist
I summer rates. << ;
r'ress I West
( in adVance
., Wards (3rd Tuesday 1503 Seminary. oct.7-3tx
Rest 1721 Flagler 11'72-J.
&k hw Mattel Pre ii T.t Tru ). .1 at the club.) ,
Qvtl Ruts .t'' i 7:30 P.M. 8:30 P.M. ocS-3tx. -
c Ia tlyrt5 propuMU : : -Voice re-
; j Radiance
rose bustles 60c
The I
>rf ipparfrmity. prop.wedViaU l.-Od P.M-1100PM-Billiards cotdings.
4- .. In law. anti-lynchmg t 8:15 P.M.-Movies, announced FOR RENT-TRAILERS i Freeman 1121 Gather in? St.

4. !.. .4 tea employment praclic / Ping Pong Writing!! at the club. I AND ROOMS ,; (cta-atx

4 ,' *. law. in his opinion, wmili : ehinos Room,, Sewing Ma-!i i 10:15. P.M.-Second show .1 i .

nf wily break down the f HeralMLti 12.30 same feature.I I! Furnished Trailer or Comfortable ; FOR SALE-TRAILERS
-Hospital Pat i nte'Fishing
e i isvNDaYt
2 '
*>ili o but wu kl endangerhkie'a sleeping rooms at summer rates.
Party. join! I'
Wa and the right of 1:45 A.M. Java Club. Young's Tourist Rest 1721 Fla-! 1942 Reov semi-frailer. Perfect ....-..ksernfRta1rUunntnd4 prunam Y.M.CJV., end N.C.C.8.-Red. 1100 .A.M.-"Go To Church ler 1172-J. oct.7-3t condition. $2,750. '1115 Margaret -

a Parties !! Street oct2-ttx

PHONE 51 j: Presidential cantwo 1:00 P.M.-Navy Cross.Wives' Physic-1; ': 2:00 P. .-Classic Hour, an- FOR RENT OR LEASE :1
/ cwt purposes. One nounced at the 1948 Pontiac 33ft. house trail r.
.............._1 1. &. a Southern protest al Fitness Class. !i! Club. I $3,500.00. T. A. Curry. 22-A
%:00 P.M.-Navy suitable for office;
Wives Club. | Two stores
fe.atn.-t atfvocarr of Civil Right fi:3O.P.M.-fBoxin" Class. .900 PJkl.--Fellowship Hour or any other kind of!;!I Naval Housing, N.A.S. Phone
? space
ItnMMafa by both major parties 9:00 P.M.- Juke fiox Dance.: I j -Chaplain French business. Apply Perez Bros.! 759-W. oct7-3tx
|MVinat rlr the Democratic party, t| with Beatrice Moreno | _
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THURSDAY 1025 White StreetoctlUf
fc. Whteti the South has paid long i! at the piano. FOR SALE-BOATS
2:00 P
aNaianre>. Seaplane Base pool'l[ 10:00 P.M.-C9ffee Hour.I i ,
Navy Wives. j
TV tftmnA U to force if .
poa.ict i 30-foot cabin cruiser, with toilet
1:00 P. L.5ao P.M. :
the Sewing!I Store, 23 x 48 good location. -corner \ '
election of a PresiJent GAME ROOM-Chinese Checkers : 8-it.. 9-in. beam AIcndi-
I tiw IUue *f Representatires Machine_ Typewritrer. Chess Cards building. White and Dh'i-
Ping Pong 1 tion. ready to go. 125 h.p. Gray
te hope thtt he might emerge Writing Room* [ !>>oQ1. Writing Desks. Library, sion streets. Apply Wagcnseil. marine rhotbr. Can be used

as.. rompNnri e riroice in theevent j Showers.FRIDAY .i jCurirnt Magazines Various Table 923 -White Street. for commercial or party boa*.
oC a deadlock between theRe Games etc.INFORMATION. sept27-29octl-4-6-8x
obhMhj and Democrats. The J'! 2:00 P.M.-8<>ftbaU for Navy 2200. Can be seen at Isla-
1 morada Fish Co. Isldmorada,
Wives at Bayview
!*utian provHes that If no nis Rackets, Golf Clubs, Fishing fOR RENT-COTTAGES Fla. oc7-3tx
!*r4<* .f the electoral 2-00 P.M.-, Prenatal Class. De-j t
college .. ice. Film Service. Mailing and -
buaa +.I.. .S1.. ,.... ..r. v.,....____."_ partment 01 'iieannjInstructor. I FOR SALE OR TRADEIce
'- n "" u.- Wrapping Packages. Receiving
i Cottages and apartments directlyon
tit r noting by itjtw, fhall name Messages, Railway Express
n. Pr ss1 en( from the i:60 A.M.-5:50 P.M. Sewing] Service.Stamps ocean. Private btach. Apply cream freezing unit and busi
14 among .
thr t highart eandf tcs.i M chine, Typewrit-j' SHOWERS. ,I South Beach Motel. ness. Complete. For sale or
Room octl-lfj: trade. 619''i Duval Street.
hvpes to win almost er, Writing / TELEPHONE BOOTHS.

.*. of the eWtorel votes of the Showers. I LESLEIGH DAVIS, 'I i oct83LMISCELLAfEOU

thcm stak'a. This would give .:00 P.M.-Dance. Orchestra -', Director FOR RENT MOTEL ROOMS I!

U. a total of more than 100. Al- every other GERALD FINDER, I ---- ; _
t.y he KM almost certain aJ- I alternating FridaY'l' Program Director Overseas Hotel, low rates. Cot i
Washers irons, and
swet. a Minimum of 3S votes White Hat LILLIAN WEAVER. fee shop bar. oct2-2St
IJ South Dance.SATURDAY. fans repaired. OBriant Phone
** f>pi and AIabam3.1 I I DOREEN CRUZ i HOME NURSERIES I 1164-M. octl-tf

2:00: P.M.-Boxing Training. Desk Aide j

hM nothing like 100,' 1:00 P.M.-6:00 PM.DressingRooms. !| -_ II| '
tent a ppnrt even in his home r Showers. I i Home nursery. Monday throughSaturday !" For Sale! For Sale!
Notes including lunch. $1
su "*w.v r. His candidacy and SUNDAY Interesting j
Wtftc of the states eight :' 10:00 A.M.-Communion Break-! per day. Children fron 1 to 5>I AI(1c. rtitrtrllal't1

taral votes Hat Club Red cells bring to th e 813 Duval Street. oct2-6tx
or .m U bent by the state ( 'fast White oxygen i: 3 Bedrooms. Porte Cochere,
,erratic | U. S. Naval Base i tissues of the human body. -y
exerutiw committee |j I! STORAGE I storage roam cocoa nut ir*.*.
been harpljr criticized by !j (2nd Sunday). } I beautifully furnished, mclud-
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USE e party members.ieel 1 I 1:00 PJU.-Picnic at Swimming] Of the Jews how in Palestine ; 1 $150
ing radio and new electric
t.Ie that Thurmond and i i Pool, Wiener Roast;I approximately 40 per cent came; I'.ed Brick Storage Co. Furniture j fcitebcn. lots cf extras

1. 1. WI" 1 Stat i Rifhter should aurh j (sign up in advance). 'there originally from Poland. !i or cosanerciaL' Phone 798.i I
ml +lkT 1M state i octltfi $7.000 FIRST MORTGAGE
party machinery
stun ICE Ie IDrt..Ta.. wao want to vote' Information and housing sere The Duke of Wellington never t $4,000 WILL BUY
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11. ...-.w tK ht. t ices pity maps. \met Napoleon, whom 'he dsf car GARDEN AND LAWN j THtSPROPERTY
at J a '"WI. a retf-slykd reg- I Religious literature, library,'led at Waterloo. SUPPLIES I WITH LOW- CI 4% LOAN

j'iscs Inc. "ioeratie party has been telephones, stamps, wrapping atid '
Iwaed and a state of electors mailing packages, railway exp'ss WANTED TO RENTS Start your flowers in waterproofpaper 11000.00
....M'd Ie Presi4ent Truman has service, laundry pick-Dp flower pots size 24 TOTAL PRICE
i ba awrnatcd. unfurnished hou6 inches. Also water-proof boxes.: I
available defense fo bedroom
I I to all sand Dion Realtor
KCT wT3Tw FLA* 'ft .1 the state'.Ilcwsplptrs, j I their families. 1 by naval officer and family. Fresh shipment of reeds from ,

'e abOnkt nnanittutssly ron.1,' MRS. E.. S. COUGHLIN, Will lease for two-year period. the better seed co.'s just ar' Walter Beebe, Associates

g the Aiy! richts program. 'I Executive Secretary. Call 9291 (Lt. Panels) or write rived. Key West Gar n SIC Southard Street

ere fthr $iain.t or are tool to I i MISS HILDA CASTILLO, Box F.P., e/o Citizen Office. Lawn.Supply Co. 314 Fleming PHONES 1W .. 432-W ot 31SO
id's t'IUaIHdary. lie has Secretary oct7-3tx St. TeL 1019. oc 4-tf
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SOCIETY ,Coming Events TOMORROW Aa .aa*"* \,... wtPi
i MEET "J O ei 1. tse =
By JESSIE GIBSON FRIDAY OCTOBER 8- : The Boar of Diretl .f 1M'Kr7 Ole+it .....tpI
: I NCCS Invitation Dan The Citizen Office-51 West Woman' QuI) will '
Phones: Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of .
Reiidencei252.RNmuwlriuInmmuuuuruunIlunuunulituIuuuutm the Eastern. Z Wuhas fint meet tomorrow at :33* p**- ****

{ { llllllIWlllJlllUIIlDIlII1IlIHllJIWlIIIIUIWIa regular post vacation meet- President Job tton Q'ard.4l7 PIMPUKOI
ing at 8 in Scottish Rite ,
p.m. United Street :
Stuart S. Whiting Audubon t Temple._ t
s+a 'y ssvcst t.r
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St. PauTs Y. P. S. I has Hallowe'en" U -
On the avenae. tfcwe an *t* ... ; Iw

Society President, Spoke To 1 'Parish Hall carnival, beginning and dance at 7JO in cbun: k., svttet .all. _..._
tYoung wo hospital fire* fc \he Vi '- -
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Poinciana Teachers '" "'" -
Yesterday' I Adult Hobby Group of each day. .... ....7.-..

At the invitation Albert H. 'on Junior Audubon Clubs:, con-} : Ley Memorial Church meets'in .mmmm..nnmn l.lW"l: I.T...... ,
Carey Principal of (h:.,Poinciana sisting of Mrs.Amelia Cabot as Church annex at 7.30 pjn. "M'-_ 14.04
Elementary SchooL Stuart a. Chairman with Miss Helen Tay- Civic Improvement Association HALLMARK
Whiting, President of the Monroe lor and Mrs. Katherine"Whiting as } meets at 8 p-m. in County -U ; WASHERS
County Audubon Society spoke members. This committee expectsto Court House.SATURDAY. CARDS
informally to the teachers of the be very active in assisting with OCTOBER 9-
school at the close of school yes- the organization of Junior Clubs Ladies' Night ...t'Key West QAVtr. 03lodels.Toe's $26.95 Md S3ifSiIIUUTWH

terday on the subject of "Junior in. the schools, in Girl Scout! Yacht Club, beginning at 7 0SundriesTheHOBBYSHO ,
Audubon Clubs and Screen troops and with 'other organJza- D.ITU lUttSS.I&
Tours." ,tions: th':; ''* Board of Directors of Kc-yj P H* tl *
: The teachers indicated that the He also outlined Audubon l West. Woman's Club meet t'}
pupils had recently displayed Screen Tours scheduled for this 3:30 PJkl. with President ;
much interest in birdlife partic- winter season and stated that he I Mrs. Leland Goddard, 417J liDS Division Street Ph .. II- TROPICAL mmi
ularly since so many different va- had been informed by Mr. George United Street. f
rieties of migratory birds unfa- Mills White Screen Tour Committee I SUNDAY OCTOBER 10-; t Open Sun. II AJU* tn AW it ut hMi ...... ...... -
miliar to the children had been Chairman that the first Rainbow Girls meet at 2:30 p.m. { Ad 1 i:"' _
seen in the neighborhood of the speaker to be brought to Key in regular meeting place. ..
school the last few weeks. They :West on December 17th'would be i ,

felt that the organization of.Jun- i the well known naturalist and ,A+ baby baboon, only a day or;j GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
ior Audubon Ciubs would be very writer Roger Tory Peterson. two old, knows almost instinc- .
helpful in not only satisfying the On behalf of the Society Mr. tively that the danger of a SCOTpion I ""J: WESTS ONLY PRIVATE IIUfflfAL-
curiosity of the pupils about these .Whiting gave a'cordial invitation'to lies in its tail and in en-
bird visitors, but in instilling in all teachers,to attend the next countering one will alway-s attack I' 9 Emergency Rtmm $cvrr#. JI H mrg I Miry
them an even greater appreciationof general Society Meeting at thee 1 the tail first. ,
j jDOH'JHAVf R"sideut IH .f" ,."
G I'hysicuul "a.
the color beauty and song th .Woman's Club Building Friday J I IVJ''P II
birds bring with them.In (Oct. 8p.mat which time I hay and \ight

his: discussion Mr. Whiting; it is hoped: to nave a well' knownmepber'Of I :f\I.' ,.',) ,WHEN THEY HAVE MUCH FUN i\ O Out-''",;",,, I'.tinic: .161... ffetf*.
announced that the
Society has; the Miami
Society as I
recently ,appointed a+committee the principal speaker.. :CROSS EYES I Except On Saturday atl Sun4fQComidetr I .

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% ketlbelieftb.f
n'Slml$ 'I'
Children class i
Petticoats Will Take Over City Hall crest Protect cutgro row loved MATERNITY. MEDICAL AND ..H ICAI. __ s
I I' Ii one from rermilnenrdl- .

To Run Municipality On October 15 figurement.Method 9e Reconstruction often- GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

"Girls' Day, Friday, October user city commissioners, polite successful in ONE DAY.Over 6000 treated. t
15, will find members of the sent chief police lieutenant, police officers lRIE BOOKLET wit* FULl infomufo*= DR. JULIO DC POO Ptneto
jor class of the Convent of Mary { clerk, Uu*No -P tI >n.Wntecaoss I *
city tax collector, tax .n 7 Eaton Strrrt Trir .liuo felt
Immaculate taking over the City ;assessor, city comptroller, city 17'. reuNDAnoM J |
Hall. J treasurer, city welfare director, 106 COHAM IU>G..JAttSONYUt ROttDA
"Girls' Day" is sponsored by the fire chief, assistant fire chief, firefighters
Business and Professional Wo- engineer, license inspector -'
me }'s Club. in connection with and stenographer. .
National Business and Professional Knowing that the school girls of
Women's Week, which is Octo- today are the business women.of
ber 10 through 16. tomorrow, City Manager Ralph j
The girls, who are studving Spalding and other city officials BIRD MID ? 1S
forms of government in civics arc supporting tais project whole- Tc&RLY
classes will be chosen by faculty heartedly, and will instruct the
members of the convent to.filll. I observers in the ways and meansof
.such positions as mayor, city man- running their home town.-

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Special Guests Intimate .. -
-1 GlimpsesMr. I y/

To Re At NCCS .
and Mrs. J. W. Pattersonand ,
son James, Camden N. J, arrived .
Dance Tonight J j' Wednesday to visit Lt. andMrs. ,
: Y. T. Toulon ,1411 Albury f
Special guests at the NCCit In-1 street. Mr. Patterson is an electrical 1
vitation Dance tonight in engineer with the Philadelphia J

NCCS Hall 1021 Duval street, I ElectricCo..
I j
will be members of the NCCS.Operating -
Committee. Mrs., Grover Goliin arrived
These members are Miss Marie from Bunswick. Ga.. today to join AT POLLOCK'S
HarteL Miss Elissa Moreno Mrs. 'her husband: who is a Radioman }
Mary Lee Graham, Rev. Father 1st class stationed at Boca Chica.
Joseph Mann. S. J., Fred Dion, I a Now.. .when price aeet+w arts dark*
E. J. Trevor, Louis Eisner and Joe t Mrs. Harry Joynton, Rest 1' are high IS tike nuns t* Mfart Ito
Pearlman. Beach, left yesterday for Ham- gift you want to ftv ..4 set **
Present at the dance will be mond. Louisiana. where she will / / christmas Join ow LAYAWAY 3
NCCS hostesses, GSO hostessesand visit her mother Mrs. M. R. Jor- CLUB PLAN."eW ,....* s. T
Navy wives. Attention is call- dan for two weeks. be stored t
away her uMH w Me4
ed to the fact that transportationis a

provided for any lady guests Pfc. Norberg Dial Jr., stationed
who desire it. NO CHARGE FOR CREDIT.
so with the U. S. Army at Ft. Clay-
An extensive floor show is ton, Panama Canal Zone, writes both s .
planned and refreshments will. be home that he broke his leg in for
served.Ladies'. gunnery practice.there but says
he is getting along fine. Private
Wight A Diaz, who sent greetings to all of
t I his friends, was a drummer with
various orchestras in the city be-
Key West Yacht fore his enlistment. r

Club Totnorroiv : Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo Anderson,
:1 Havana Cuba, who have been -- '75 '
Ladies Night at the Key West spending their honeymoon visiting p WEDDING BANDS
Yacht Club will be Saturday, October I several northern cities, passed Man's Diamond three f
9. beginning at T p.m. President ; through Key West on their returnto \ ring, 14K gold diamonds
Aquilino Lopez, Jr., an Havana. Dr. Anderson is the
nounces. son of J. Anderson who was in
This night was originally scheduled employee of The Citizen yeaVs
for September 25, but due to : ago. .
hurricane damage was postponed I .
Dy way of describing dress for: Mrs. Adelaide Mayo. 411 Wil
the occasion, a spokesman said hams street, returned several days
"ladies wear your good clothes.'" ago from a six weeks' vacation in

Buffalo Charlotte, Washington f Ic'2IiIT
'E.1ST LV.\\E' IJETJf j EN end Jacksonville, visiting her =
daughter, grandchildren,
ACT 'OLE0S' TO BE friends
I ,
/lEVEJrEDlO.lDA}' -- I = Ladies' birthstone

A review of the '''olc-os' to be I Brief Items Off
I rings
piesented between acts of th
Key West Players presentation 1 Interest to Women I If
'East Lynse" will be held Monday
at C p.m. in the Barn Theatre, f Grated yellow cheese may b>. !
Musical Director George -sand j I added to ordinary dumplings -J Ti :T
White announces. served with a ,egctablt ;
The pnjgram of "oleos" is no 'I stew for a nutritious lunch or'!

nearly complete, and anyonewIShmg supper.
to try out for a spot in !
the show will be welcome Mr. I Mix luncheon meat that hbeen : S
White states. diced with diced celery for DIAMOND
a hearty Sunday night '*
'I supper -
salad. Moisten with creamy salad -I j Ladies' 17-jewel ELGIN S47S -_ t WATCHES
Astronomy Club I dressing and flavor with onion :'
8 ,
Met t salt and Worcestershire auce. ;j. Men's 21-jewel BULOVA $6750

WednesdayThe I Subscribe To The Citizen. i'e i
Astronomy Club met Wednesday Sure Tit I:isit Our Gift Mezzanine
evening in the high school -
with 14 members present.W. \
M. Whitley, 1307 Division HELP WANTED
street announces that POLLOCK'Stlll'4.
the telescope :
: will be put up in his yard NO BEER !

tomorrow the heavens evening by for members observationof and I FountainManager \\\\ ; Q U fl LIT I Y I

interested. P. Baillod parties.J. is .president of the j: 'Dr J. ,.1.1V

Astronomy Club and Edgar.Stark Light Lunch EulfLERS s
is its secretary.The FadasLIVING
= i
port of Buffalo, X. Y. is QUARTERS
the world's greatest frcs 1watharbor' AVAILABLE 508 DUVAL STREET KFY WEST. FU.

about $500,000,000 in value of worth.tonnage- 222, -DUVAL. -STREET. ,. "EXPERIENCED JEWELERS FOR THREE ,



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f*I'i F_iIIDAY_ OCTOBER_ 8, 1948 '.. THE ,KEY WEST CITIZEN' ,.--.:::.:_ ._,.. .:. ___ -_:< :...; .q JWIZ OTI \j ,


'. Scene Shifts; To Cleveland Ball 0 'c-. A I I, f At t City Stadium( f :

fl For Third; Contest Of PClrll-1 I TIlE RUN THAT WON TIlE BALL GAME FOR: Tlffi 'BRAVES. : I I 1..4 ..... I Key. W"tentered a.-, ....,.... f feoiowd

FOLLOWINGTIfflOUGH ....... telliAr huuit41I M '

. Chests/ : This Afternoon i I II I 1 pea. wM ply 111. tress star

a II m ttw CM* ralliu ...aae. j I I

; ,. r,Ihtll. Tram Tirrtl ,Iflrr:li- L I,I ball t.Npe. ;

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: Long Train Hide FrwinLike '
. .. Even Series .t m s ,. AAAAAA.I.II than Uw 1Mdlpi wra ltC.d.. d

C n...IIII.I IAHL" If MtiF BASEBALL play,. nets Kr ... .... ;.
' '!< ,.,I"HI,.. Gamr' T wlaCLEVELAND. Pla'erA1: H PO A E .N p lIN i :.ras I Manager Vakle of Uw Atumk The Q wae wW Melt .lp I

f tar _-ee... re. t Mitchell 1l __ 5 1 1 1 0 0 r .rte w y j Bombers told the.wrier that star piteflrlt. ... tfr .1....Iawe
: CM. a Well Clark, rf 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 <,+, uoAS Ills I I his club consists ""' 'the following I .l send .... n r rr
Kennedy. rf _.:-1 0 1 0 0 0 mount Oowi11:: wilt ....
her we arc for the third game players: Buster Roberts catcher;
Boudreau i-3 .
vl the W.rM S n.. after an aU I I __- 5 1 2 4 2 0 Guiro Diaz. Joe (House) Casa. with tveeflhMlg' ttlp .... 1r
.* M train rJ, from Boston I j Cordon Keltner 2b --_ 4. 1 1 2 3 1 Sr. Bo Meador and Bubber they sea new ... ttyl i p.
I 3b' ,4 0 0 0 0 0
erne the I Sweeting (when in the titT}, rate far fto4la gt1M..
I jFtatrrlay ClvvelaniIrrlMiM Doby d .4 0 2 0 ktl 4,51 x 5 t sl su s, I Ir i iI.
defeated the Brave, 4-1M 0 n pitcher; A. La trft. Jr, lb: Rob lit* sees.. ..... _
Robinson lb 3 0 1 8 ::4 n I. II ....... .m
IMIti. Won
M>. Mrond Lame of the series. I I ert Santana 2b; Jack VilUmiL3b I aft IHI- ii t
Hegan,. e 3 1 0 7 .
This anernnun. with both teams n ; Albio Acevedo ss: "Flash" 111. ...... S4ki1 lwl ifs
I to*! bv the long ndr. it may be Lemon p----- -I 0 0 '3 6 0 I r .. f Casado "Speed" Barber Joe I .Irena 1wes Mel Bttt .. 1 r

ry'9is1, battle Vern nl kford. a I I Totals36' 4 '8'27 : Mira and lenacin Valdez (the 1 7. 'fl,. PNwlr will tllalrblackhas"
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t .a -- --- manager himself outfielders, Il.p : aagMaN
I lN MM: : IITCIIIR: I BOSTON (NL) i That is the club that will play t4+e ...... .kaNs rthe
PlayerAB R H PO A K s h. ++otun the.Pirates or Clowns for the '41 see .. towtllb-1r r .....
Holmes, rf un. 4 0 0 2 1 0] baseball championship of Key j. Irked t.. n....
""rk. *s 4 1 1 0 2 2 West. i n1N ..... tllillii.. w1N rllpi

Torgoson. Ib n._ 4 (0 j 2 14 1 0 I Manager Smith of the Clowm tit 1 ....... ellIM.. s-telM 11/1b
Elliott. 3b _.4 0 I IS I will give the writer his lineup at 31ft.JttaW.

Rickert, J.f _- ... 400500 soon. It will include the strike I Ga.asAt >amHf.
Salkeld c. __ .. 1 0 1 2 0 0 I out king of the city Thomas 1 p.w. .....>. *. .*.. j j'CdS' '
Masi. c 1 0 0 1 0 0 who has a game to his credit in I' Pa-bll ...... war. --

tb M. McCor'ck U" 0 2 1 0 0 which he struck out 22 batter;: ad.uMt4 t Mto* Chas wt ...?
Stanky 2b 2. 0 1 1 3 n!' x nUra'ai another with 21 whiffs and stttl, In the ..... gave af .to ( tItter ft*
Spahn. p 2 0 0 0 1 0 another 'with 18, SO's. That.i''I t'1111t atne ... -1l. I

Barrett p 000000 W ." .... tlw Mtwilaa
> IH 6 1 fir, tir. 1' pitching in any league-[ Eugene ; will hemg ttapa
aF. McCormick I0 0 0 0 0 (Goat) Smith. who has played I I Pseg tie I11 as efffle co-

Potter p. -. 000000, professional ball with some of, barn t
bSanders 100000 the best colored clubs in the I I This II the saeulii-kaM t t M
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country: and who at present
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} : a-Struck out for Barrett in the I I .-, .U -...vJLl, .. ....,ii.*, .. W Wirephoto. Oscar and Arthur Mclntoch' three ......I.e aM a. ...... ,

seventh.bGrounded. i BOSTON BRAVES' RIGHT FIELDER TOMMY HOLMES starts for lust after singling lsolid 1'ite rCJc! fteld'iahheeigbth; : Inning: "Home Run" Richardson. "L ltr :: Pester Ito. I.I .- ass .. S4tlpPt .
out for Potter in the I fielding first I I and the CUlM s &r4Cad .
'ninth. of the World Series opener ,at Brans' Field' in Boton. Catcher Phil Masl running fir'1SiU a1k14:: iadtforhem._ ((4Otled line), Brown a great A fit

i Score by innings: R. I to score the only run of the gi&m Braves' second baseman. Sibby Sisti.'put'in to run
I Cleveland AL) 000 210 001-4 moved on to third on the throw home Hclmas advancing from first to second. The. Brave* :jdefat ecl:th-Cleveland'Indians'.'.! } in I league in hitting; Alee, who New York Itarlllwbedta.. a tM

t Boston (NL) 100 000 000-1 I the first game of the 1948 World Series. r ,;? ; '; :: s t- I plavs in the field and pitches BMt....... Aas.eaUn d Mtlsr

I -- a Runs batted in: Elliott Gordon. I I i .' with great success:. Butler shortstop .lea. piletwd trill MJ.aiuf fiI1Annlaiaa

9 boa LEMON Doby Boudreau Kennedy. SERIES IIEROES.'AFTER. :.:. ... ,; T: %&i CAME' I| ; Culmer or Thoma-i, third N Y, ... a..
ALTHOUGH TOUCHED for Two-base hits: Doby, Bou-' i iI '" '- base. Thomas is also a substitute C Caaodt.-As* .....' .
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eight hits. Bob Lemon. the dreau. Stanky. pitcher.. These player New Y rk na
Sacrifices: Stankv. Clark. form formidable Clown wI"1 --- -- --
a...Und pitcher hurled well 1
Double Holmes and
plays: ere<<\ion..
Ut tba pinches ..,1Mt the Bo- Torpeaon, Boudreau. Gordon and I The writer cannot give murt i

toll Braves ye Urdsr, and won Robinson,. Gordon, Boudreau and I' ; a. i. information about the Pirate I, CIVIC MINDED
Robinson.Lett ??t but'will do so in the very near
Ib ban ,.81. right handily. on bases: Cleveland 8, ; {, future. We know they hire p
Boston 8.Bases. Es t great catcher in Joe Kavarm. lie Tara see ... M I M. aa.
hander who 9 ( ._, ... I .. .M r- -
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) uD1 on ball$: off Spahn 2, t'q I If'w s has the'experience and pier 111- MM.. ... S.a.. S. ...SPbe ..
and le.t S for the B'axeJ during (Robinson. Hegan). off Lemon 3, s x hard. There are also Arty -. 11. *, '.M
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tat. regular Beaton, will be Billy (Stanky. Salkeld 2)). Alonsn. a great fielder and hi' ..1. e1..Nr... N a L.IllaJ trays... asa ..
Southw-orth's pitching sclectKin Strikeouts: by Soahn 1 (Clark), .e ter; Philip Baker who 'It stilt .-. -...... 1.. aaa arae
by Lemon 5 (Rickert. Elliott.' one of the best hitters and fen **-!14. a. ab.s .......4'I. .. ......
for todayItanaccr. ..1I .. ... .. .Ae M as..raNN
Dark. F. McCormick, M. McCormick in the city: and a dangerousman NHI.. ? ,asar .....
Lou Bouir:au of the ). by Barrett 1 {Doby), on the bases; Sultan thr ..... "...--'.. .. ..a..W .. .....
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Indiana already has nominated by Potter 1 (Doby) k j. home-run hitter de luxe wbm I '/
Gene Beardcn.. who won 20 games Pitching Summary he "lavs the ash" on the hall with ::::.--:...Na... :..=: .:::c
during tbe season,. including the I Spahn 6 hits 3 runs in 4 and S his 223 pounds it really travels): ....l.-. ..-..I r M'MMAMs... M Was t11/a 1.-
1/3 innings. Barrett 1 hit.Q.runs', 9. Joe Casa. Jr.. Greenwood. T>in-I .... -- u.a .... .... -
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the Bo.ton Red Sox last Monday.I.0 runs in 2 innings; losing pitcher t 9. '.[ :c, | several other Armando Ace 1..:- 1a aM 1o..1..s.asaNaa a e..s- tI.
*In the first inning yesterday Spahn. v vcdo, who plays a great game at I ..1. ..... e- ....... as1aM atq.
Dark reached: lint on an error by Umpires: Summers (AL) plate M4 I second and is the brains of the. ..,.,..q..Ias..' ta i-9als iMiC
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Jvf Gordon. Torg son and Beb'El.1 Stewart (NL) Ib, Greive (AL) v.t I I outfit is at present' hitting rime. ,. ----
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Hmtt singled, and Dark scored the 2b. Barr (NL) 3b. Pinnelli (NL) --VERNON BICKFOiD -- GVt:: BEARDEN F to 400. Rumor has it that Clayton =

only' Boston run of the same If, Paparella (AL) rf Attend- I I > r i Sterling and William C.t- i- .

r&anag! Boudreau opined the ance: 39,633; time of game: 2.14. VERN BICKFORD. a right hander who had a 9 and 5 record :| will play for the Pirate Thw

a.wd4.nd fourth by rapping the I with Boston will likely be the selection of Manager Billy j : will give added strength to the
bill 31* feet into for a dou- I II III I BROADWAY'STORE
Shorts I Southworth of the Braves in today's, game. Eickford will be club.
We. Then he came: home on Gor- Sports ,.
opposed by Gene Bearden. who enjoyed 23 triumphs including j .. 4 I"' : I -
(ff!) Wirephoto
: of Texas' 1948 football I the playoff game for the American League pennant against the. j WORLD SERIES
I'I')1..\NGCItLOU Only one CIGAR
t i opponents top the Long- Boston Red Sox at Boston Monday. RIGHT FIELDER TOI IMY } OLuEs (I left),. and Pitcher Johnny The Braves won UH first gar w

horns in season series-LSU. I _____ ___ _____. __. __0__ Sain of Ibe Boston Braves- rejoke? ',in-'the dressing :room after of the 1948 World's Series and it
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I I 'Cie '. i:0.-ja opening World seemed as if the boys who were 610
I they combined to beat !(' and; : game of
bert of the San Francisco '49ers squad is Stan Szymakovtski of Cleveland mighty' quid -
for were
i Football Coach Bert LaBruch- Series in Boston., Holmes drove ::ki tht'wiamng run. : Sain set
ci le of UCLA has returning lettermen punted 82 yards early in the All- : Greenfield, Mass., who weighs I' the Indians.down.with 1 r.iut.'Y:; for a while with the Brave wp-

1 I' at every position. i America Pro Conference season. 1195 and is 27. '._ .... ':'" : '.. :_.. I porters doing all the turned vhnutin
But the Tables were yes- BASEBALL

Eight regulars from last sea- Players from 23 states are on Ellis Hagler, Duke line coach' : : I terday. Indian JaM let out wild

I i I son's North Carolina State foot- the football roster of Yale. II and head golf coach, has been Trunks Prevent Faster i t Times,l'I warhoops.It's let's wait. to SCOIZFJ'rowuAn
all even now-
named president of the NCAA
ball team are back this seasonAgainst
'rei l I Heaviest and'oldest backfield' Golf Coaches Association for find out the fmal; decMion heren

I Buffalo, Frankie Al- man on the Lehigh football 1948-49. Top Swimmer anyone does any real shouting .<
I I Says Japan's

The University of San Fran i I Cigars and Cold
! I ---- cisco outfit the eligible pM receivers
: '3/nii' and Frank Eck By TOM LAMBERT: 1 t7 ,
by in
I Early Flurry .\P ''s. I 1 on the football squad j Soft DrinksTransportation
I I!Ii I fastest: swim-!,, muscular legs and powerful gold helmets the ineligibles in I Igrefcn. I i

mer thinks public modesty u>j t arrrw. 4 .. .
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I i ARMY c0LLlNOIS records than those' he ;lJI"eady'claIms. 'learned swim as a boy at his w mm mmmmmmm* < <

I F, MI4' . .. home- in Hamanaka, 180 miles t I

( Nd erv v : Konoshin Furuh .;hi .is cre I- down the east coast from Tokyo i'' Overseas

I __ o -- ited by Japanese clo9kers with aj t At Nippon University-more
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G )its scholars-he is trained by Company
-IPU ,
I WITHOUT MANAGER LOU 6 x KA s F R'9 the 800-meter free-stjlc; 18:37.0 Katsujoshi Murakam.i The coach

I I BOUDREAU it would not seem a s{ ver SS Arc' to r'p G Fp o G ,- in the 1.500-meter free-style; and'. '! gets only 400 yen a month (l leg> Fast lf Dependable Freight .n.1 l E.p.'... Ser tcMIARH .
the same baseball machine to es 10 P t 4:33: in the 400-meter free.slyla.All ; than $2) from the University. and
G a were In public tournaments*, _.......-
the Cleveland Indians. He has T $ill p tla t ekes out a living by strumminga
g Viper :
( last summer.
a flair for doing the right thingat a4t lA GtP guitar lit a dance orchestra ndKEY WEST
r td MIS dv/ pR t; He says he could reduce each Furuhashi and his teammates
tim He in A toll S : as. ;
the right was t ; Ii
marks if he '
of those could strip xrnBetwM.
the middle of two double plays .. to'a ] train; every, day in a dirty poolon Also Serving ALL POINTS Olf FLOUfBA
I to toi down from swimming' the campus Most American Miami" ICq Welt
t at Boston yesterday and then I z ,I15 C PUROUE >ve : "fund hi", the Japanese-stIc ',; swimmers would refuse to step
his double in the fourth was s- beat breech-clout i i

I, quickly turned into the tying i ;; M/'H/ t r av opC In addition, the year-old i I into it. uses an unorthodox iFuruhaahi Express Schedule

I I run. as Joe Gordon singled.: t1 k eC a HiS R \ rn sensation says he could do betters j I Io'et racing crawl of fix beats to the (Ha Stops Ea RouUI,
I 1E h _1 0 yRSTB R STATFSiPAi s ) IJ Qx We :> in a 25-meter sjlt-uator pool. stroke-four powerful heals' and LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX'
II dons single I Then Larry Doby, All his races have been in lona rj 1 two which might be called but- CEPT SUNDAYS) a. *M P.M. Ar.
who had doubled in the second MSON ao c fresh-water pools. A shorter terfly kicks.: Manv spectator rives as MUml at 1X.OO o'clock JofW.DIgitI. .
I frame, nnglc-1 Gordon home. = r' .,. "' pool would give him more. fie-1 t swear he takes only four beatsto .
Dale Mitchell singled; m the 3 quent turning thrusts and salt ; the CCXCIPT
i 'O 9olF e ; the stroke, not noticing LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (
p "
of Warren I' 1 1Furuha
fifth. It the end in.
meant Prr water is eerier to Swim lesser two. I. SUNDAYS) at 12.00 'elock Mid-
Spahn who had pitched fairly 4 ; o' hi's three marks mv 'I I His diet con;,sts of thin s iup. night and a.t..s U Eey West .!

I well for Boston up to that time. never be recognized outside of : a little rice. fish and vegetables. goo o'clock AJ4.

Sp; hn was wild and: generally in PP Jaoar This country is still on .' Food in fact is his only com- Lora Schedule
trouble with the batters. the outside in spV>rt.; js well as plaint. He says he is always ,
Mitchell' was sacrificed to secOnd : in diplomacy and was not permitted (Stops At All lalwtMtflato Plots)
I 3' hungry. II | KEY WEST DAILY (ltX
by Bobby Clark. Then Mana- 0 S to enter the recent Olympic *
G caP I i II CEPT SUNDAYS) at .00( ....*,
Itr sconl hit of the
Boudreau's ti vI 1 ames. I This ve r's earliest bowl came A. M. and ant... at Miami at 4:00o'clock
day. a single over the second bag. ; Furuhashi hopes that a peace; was played at Hershey, Pa.. Oct. P. M.
brought Mitchell in wIth run \&oL lreatwill be signed |i" time for; 2. between Temple and West EXCEPT
No. 3.They. him to get a crack at the 1932) j LEAVES .
\Ja' G i Virginia. SUNDAYS) U leG .'eUek A. M. s
made another run in
doctors haveassured
Olympics. Japanese : arrives at Ksy West at .00 ('dock
ninth but it wasn't really needed him that if he stays in !,iW yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.1 P.M.
Lemon was pitching strongly good condition he should' be a STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
after the fourth inning better swimmer four vears hence i
's_ : than he is now and that means :I TRIUMPH i FREE PICK-UP and DEUVEIIY SERVICE
Largest crowd to vutnc- a pro COFFEE
pretty good, indeed. FULL CARGO INSUIL\NCE
,basketball game last season if : five feet sev-
almost MILL I
Lake: k FraacU ttt.
thai OmCE
believed! to be the 17,853 : 152 MAIN
;, en inches and weighing AND M
stIll PHONES 12
watched the Chicago Stags, of I 1 ,1" 1 pounds Furuhashi *., larger than I .
the Basketball Association of I I most Japanese. He is well built:! Grocrr .. 0 Ac ,

.re ""q.-'k America the visiting New, RECORD: 18 Fight! four Wren>. one Tie. PCT.: ,8!!.. Tit emitted In psnsntago. with smooth shoulders long. .AAAAAAAAAA 4AA.4.1AAAAAALa -


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APMtwttaatemBUENOS By LAURANCE T. STUNTZ. .,' :f'. ; to These Sd l h! .

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AfflDS! the United States have ;; .
: Yes, rallies that lane plenty of sock"9. Otrf mart "Hlgii-Prioe"l has been .dealt a e
another for can'tth ::4!
bgft biettetriuq ever one thing or year* Why
two rtefett ccuafrie In the hemisphere get along better? ,I oi1\\ ,, : "Kncrkotit Blow:" this *--rk-end i at flag;: Store Visit your:friendly.I nearby

Th.y cant because they ere too much alike in some things! i :.:' nag merrhant for ov ran savings_ on y'ottr n-gi.t.-t w k-eful "FotMl, << order '. .

aau not nouqa alike, in others The ffcafeas"! : are doPuu.ogisally 7boled; t : i earn why a
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r.r'.. .... uw.,. Argentina 1 TODA'''5 I ,. THE ... : ECONOMIZE/ .

sag.. th'* U. S.ccinpvU U wand i itkttv I ANNIVERSARIESKnow 4 '.
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Tfc y both try to aaU
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and wa* t tc Europe. la
a..raa1Its... IKcy drive sack ], 1794! -Carolinef I. Gilm n. .
..r. down Charleston S. C. and Cambridge 1 '
prlctt '
A.ktl 4.J' tb. Iwo countries ; Ms.1. \rritfr.' one of t the. F'A U S T: 0. S. 6t)0) Fleming St.We .
fw Fait American' lead- most p6pulr women authors dfj,
...u. The U S Ua it* arfvaa- her day born in Boston DiM '
..,. uI t..... Lc g rr and ridMr.A' ., Sept. 15, 1833. iI j jI Deliver' : Phone 48 .
ji..tiake ...* Uw 4vaa4ag rfi I t I 1810-Jaraea W Marshall.. di s-1
h tang tat MM Latw American' coverer" of gold in California in j ... .
k..IU.* ..< her he tblabaa*. who to the presentsite '
1843. came
But I IkM | .. ; :
fMycbokskal .dIs '
of Sacramento in 1845 and
....... /we.-lg.d ,wont. whose! gold find brought him I II 1 .

*Wh*k.*to*U..H 8.a MMkea wi lIh.a Lttin ink- 1 dun only Co.miifortun. N. J. Divd. ;born a in poor Hunter-gardener. {' .Huitt', .:. : ', 4

.U Aiearlca Aft well MMMBI*_,"W.3(" ,.......x Lariat"eaa't 9 anay v I.t.raiKtat arpact thiak.JMUnd the-Oh.that an I I8IS-!..August-John Confederate.H.10 Reagan famed 1K85.: postmaster"Text' lawyer.judge. .anldierplonecr. -. ','i [PEA C HE S 'Ye ow t-- 2 ::7 a=::2.s 9j

IT.Arftia sw bs anMttlify.-a a&lUlca. general: conjrresrman and senstor. '' __ : _... .... .,' u_ _- . -
wady .ks aHewiacaj for born fierier Co.. Tenn. Died
March' 6. 1905. .
I .
u.* ., the wont tlforUt A.teri- 1 1833-Edmund Clarence Sted- -
**fflMHv* wa mad ia re- man. noted New York roan W I CRACKERS GREEN BEANS: .: S SPINACH .
leant t. Aiftmt-ar tIM Ar.cntlnaj letters of his age" born in Hsrt- -. } .j
are pruiML Whm 1M U. S. ford. Ccnn. Died" Jan. 18, 1903. : : .
? IJbbsFahcy No. 2
Nabisco Med. I APrtmluh Dtby'i Fancy No. '
rtfM to.kt. Ar.r Un* mot 1838-John M. Hay one of : ..27"C, 2 33c
...+ ... .. gave the eaiat.rieeaL President Lincoln's private secretaries Pig. tT'C 'lonq O.t Car Cans
1nt ....moutti di:aa.e as them journalist, author and -
Maw.wTke *>t WM banned among America's great secretaries \
....".. tew .uiittary coJe" Ar- of state ambassador to f: : :
.. NM: (*r hnga wt re hurl If London, born in Salem, Ind. Died
It.. I.sit had brew based MI e=o- July 1, 1905. I .
.r-i...d'. the might have 1845-Elbert H. Gary famed MAXWELL HOUSE C
May4cd it wih, better greet. corporation head U, S. Steel E E L o. CcnUPTON'S : 49
'AM a r tota for frlclian president born near Wheaton. cFL ALL. GRINDS .'
1ar1h t the> V."e SttUt till .
lIt Died Aug. 15, 1927.
........* AryvatkM' tslcranr > ,

_.l Na.4. Arscntlaa. la Garnish a potato omelet with .- .,. .
Bra-ea. crisp bacon bits and serve for

sVRwu. After the sear b. [ and Sunday current breakfast l jelly.I with muffins >' ......... .
.MM4 I. pp'M eM gav:: SOUP .....
....... TKUJ A.attMl n- t .1
didnt the
... I sersmith represent -- i
tkU. kaiaiag; that rea- .
Washington - cp90 Hea hid disapV 'policy. Then a bu:,iness- Noodle 3 32c Ch<<. Pig. 2 7 C
..* 4 h.>.s. ta. Nazis.rna't man. James Bruce was named Soup Mix .: .. r,. ,
a daft9r war. more. 4Creamier 1tt1 -1l'
to succeed Messersmith. And he au c .
n.r M yrart. Aroratina has not a cold reception at first but ,,, .. .
haj .
a ftae i peace polcrr She be- "Y'" '
relations were warming up. .
KW k'" v STARLACScreen's.
M peyce at practically
,. wryPt. i Then came tile Marshal' SNOWDRIFT .
5 The only Nobel peace j plan. Argentina expected to J
priair rlfuMT in Latin American billion and ball out of
&w.Iary WM an ,C<<'Dtuae. In, get it She a needed dollars a deeper ,. q lb. $1 13 lb:: Kg. 3 3 C
b Q$ the east and second World aiely.i Shortening O Can r GENUINE SPRING 5 -
Wam the ben.i phi-re was pretty i But the U. S. said shewouldn't .t "
w*11 itMted' beside ,the U. aetaat -, : buy Argentina grain > LEG 0' LAMB I fix: < '
leash Hr aU A.:d 1i'nUnr whtl: haute | fox Europe because there was McCORMICK'Sfur / 69'c < OCEAN SPRAY
lathe S.
a grain surplus
e*< y with the United Siat. U Nobody explained to ArgerfI 1 YOUNG :
Mat. wan. Naturally the U. S.yliad j, tina that the proviso that U. S. Vanilla I STEER Ct l berry *9OCp.
.. I -or I :
a).,ali.. tad M Brazil with arms.get along Ar surpluses should be the bought bill first Extract Bot.WHOLE 21 C .LIVER. lb. 69c : Ssgce 2' Cast 'C .
had been put into rei '
( ::: .
lint. But BUSh it the largest i assure U. S. farmers. So there '

Lisa.;aiaa AJMrtcaa a.d popu1c eruntry.o... So bstala she i the matter rests. Neither country UBBT'S TWICE-RICH! ; == ---
is willing to admit the otherhas : tORbEMS "SILVER COW" $
rake aly pcatiblt threat to does.
i any reason for what it> cat this continent.T1aokr. Voybe they don't. understand i it I It r .
.Aryeatiaa was dig t each other very well "lYla Tie* TOMATO JUICE f PICNIC EV P. MIL K
tMJM4 whan the Brazilian they don't even want to. I Ii Ii 1 .
a(Vy and navy Ue -t9md out I .
with a lot .< thlay modern i
q+dpaeal.Iten. i 4a-Oz. Can 25c H>. SScTir Strtt tYe 3 Toll 39cL i

.. +m 1M4.Ororge the MeMersmithto U S. sentAiiiMlor go the FASTEST way I Coupons Cans

flurftfl Aim. The coned boo. r. -... J :
... 47 minutes ta +
... h* arranged to free Ar- :- fI'
B.U. inati which had Shipped vvs.-uu-ge; Whit 2
t-'" ...uav. *an HM United States. MIAMIDAILY POTATOESHomestead Grade ( Crt b 02. CLEANSEROctagon
Maw President Peron a lot I : 'A" j
an doubt. tM U. S. would, Eggs 67c :
....r with the elected goo I Small No.Can 2 I 1 IUC f\ : PURE RENDERED. J : 2 C**' I3C
adorer and ant with the -
_.... result wa that LARD lb: C
Allttltt..w...r...... ttetaiwrlvea lOW.'ftnteftt tu be circle nice CALL 1084or 27 c :j.AA j.
....... trainagent DOG FOOD .... :
Io4rn 'Uf'huwdown"fo9 t hr went to Wash with jour : .... ..AAAAJ LINITSTARCH

Ufa4 ti. Prtartaatven saw Cab O I-Lb. ......." ..
pwahim. art* at Braden tM Mirpori.both Mcsnd lost- j SIBSBSllook 1 Brand Z. Cans 25 C .......... 4FANCY v 2 B? 25c

tW..... and bath Mt the dip. t 4 '.
1.s. tk irrttt*.
Abentin-- began to eH suspi1lic J<
....i... Nit\\ -he thought Mes- SOAP FLAKES :Jj' SOAP POWDER i iOct
-,, -- ,,1.1\1'C ; J
I Lge :" .. ; ".' .'"''''. "''''y ., $_. .< .... "
Octagon : 3 3 C .
I + Pkg. } ci2 ft; I5c +
> VV .

__ 'when buy GRtEN.TOP \
you i fcARROTS.2bun.l7c 1 SUPER SUDS

r' 3 Reg. 20c / NEW CROP TOKAY .. I
Trent&f it-witli 2 fWD glasses in every 12 Rolls \\b 29' .
.. .no* kattl* of Pepsi-Cola! So tak. bom t GRAPES. 2. s. h,.
t'piI America'*tiggat+ cola value I ..

I It __i___ 1) 4 .
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NEW FABFor ) 4


f if ForFabulous 1ge. 4t Keels Pch end r\ Reg
I II Ii Ij Suds 33cTOILET :1 Pans Sm;''Ing hCJ'. 21 C
I t 3 4
I : 4V
i! uE SOAP .

t e". EPSr. o G / FANCY YELLOW Enter' $67.000 ....Ir ,

.r./.64.ttii t.a.+.L+, ,. EIISI 0r Octagon 2 "' Bars 17 c > ONIONS ,2 Ibs. C' contest; Re9.9c. s;,. I4C

\\.b. Ceflo Bag wfc
p t COLd f.Y .
/ .
t.: lxraorrutf NUTS I

. .. *.L..A For Gr.d
a.ttW bye Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Key West I .... A.AAA. laundry 2 kr 19 C
Ua4ar appointment from Pvpci-Cela: Company. New York I _. _

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MMUAY.OCTUitgKg.......,..,______-:: 19x3 THE KEY. WEST CITIZEN PACK lit,,,,,, I

\ ;., rfHE GROTTO..t:4."i.: 1' AIR FORCE; REVEAUS HEAT BOMB' 1I 1\\' 111--.I'1'4"'I'.4rf: f'.4f.lJ'1".I.: .,.t. r/l r.lI'- ',": '

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:r Alld i5titer; Louis Gabriel d .. ,......-..-. b
a I.. s _, >f :. -$ .t ':H ,7tqJ I IIll.

:'Ii Bf WILLIAM MEYERS: K ';: .:- ,- : !
4 .
c.Q! fur Mir .. r ; >-' ; ''' ; 'j .I j jh.
touch of a !hand iliat is gone, has ar l'Y"I":1 t
"'"* --- \
tat "Anil lhe Mnintl) of a voice that is still." E W .' ..
y .
l L t iz V -S--
,.. f. ....IV the 1 poet; vet I, 1:1 the alienee of my being wonder hy t_ ': I 'f.R..f. F.fiiF
.. / i S
,f. vriee of Sister Louis. Gabriel is ready stilll! On September g
11. 19.... .
when :
the first hurricane In nearly thirty touch- >- a
(sd Ytis years ,. .
Khanted .
Island methought above the roar oft the F b, )'" I

..... C-.d the howling gales her soil, musical voice aY. "Key : I L Y.-
Wt .... .
abiding faith.
-iit ...
Back in the lait 1897 Ibe r.. A .. ; i i
cehtury. to ezac!.. ,re r"ne. to : ,
: d
the Convent of! Mary Immaculate! \ ;
a !frail beautiful. irl!Jrf Frertch* -
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I iJPl Photo

SGT. WILLIAM B. HOLLMAN of Daniel Md. works on a '
I "B.3. heat-seeking bomb designed to "home in" on any target I

radiating more heat than surroundings. The weird weapon .

is on display with other guided missiles at "Operation Ccmbine a jr rs '

In"n Eglin Field. Fla,'during a'dx-week demonstration of air- s< z: a:

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Weather ::1 TODAY'S DIRTHDAYS f.M .
...aaelies, nineteen' years young from the great city of Detroit.
(Know America) ,
W.1ca- FORECAST" Reuben Mamculian of
d tined to become a vital part of this lovely city 1. Beverly ,
Hills, Cal, noted and
Key West and Vicinity: Partly stage
.Ml always she shall be remembered of its
one guiding i
| screen director, born in the Cau- ,
,a aq_ In 1898. war in all !its fury came, and the great U.S.S. I cloudy thru Saturday: Gentle to I!' casus, Russia 50 years ago.

BuNfvaMp Maine was blown up in Havana harbor ninety miles moderate southerly winds._ j
I Dana X. Bible, University of
Ittm Key West. The earth seemed turmoil as this countrytatter Florida: Partly cloudy over j t
Texas football coach, born inj !
I south portion with scattered afternoon | I
e! war with Spain, and Theodore Roosevelt and his -1
: .: showers thru Saturday.],i Jefferson City, Tenn_ 57 years'
nouqn hiders went to battle.t1e
J.- I Cloudy with occasional showers in ,, ago. 1 1j
Key West the Sisters of
I north portion this afternoon and !:j Capt Eddie V. Rickenbacher,| I
"fchw Convent of Mary Immaculate Look ''
Literary I
tonight becoming partly cloudy', president of Eastern Airlines,
if MI ad their doors U the United i'I'
Saturday. Cooler over extreme noted ace of the first world war,
&*.**. Navy to be usedas a bosMtai nn.
I north portion tonight and in north'portion '! born in Columbus Ohio, 58 years
for t'w.k ani wounded. I
Saturday otherwise little ]f I
Ttte fottXful
Sitters acted
ec as in ago.Dr.
Diners. rail gave freely of their k change Jacksonville temperature.through Florida j'| George D. Stoddard, president -
.Iiliaft of the University cf Illinois, v
and hand Many of the !t
Straits and East Gulf: Gentle to
wfswdad were ill beyond: recovery tr moderate southerly winds over'';!! born at Carbondale, Pa.. 51 years ) '

and these. he in in the : i ago. <-
peace south, and central portions becoming i a
Ma>w..i Blot. assigned to them in variable Saturday. Gentle to'''i Laughlin Currie of New York. I
nwHuX Key West Cemetery. x. "y : r
f moderate n o rtJ to northeast] former administrative secretary
A oia when the Yellow Fever ,iiii winds in extreme north portion. :' to the President, born in Nova .

rn..rt and many lay helpless, theit4. Partly cloudy weather with scattered j J Scotia, 46 years ago. 'ftl+tech,
$ .ni opened w ide the doors of showers'this afternoon and j| have
I Dwight L. Hoopingarner, not- Do
the. OoAVcnt and nursed the af flic- j you
tonight and in sfiuth portion Sat- j ed New York, public relations f' I

1eid. A number of these heavenly urday. {{, counsel, born in Lincoln, Nebr., ? v
IaEM contracted the illness and Western Caribbean: Moderate! inside track
pied. to *....*.. reward. Since 1863 east to southeast winds thru Sat: 55 years ago. : an ) I
Vice Admiral Patrick N. L.
F1wti'Siatrni of the Convent of W, F Y urday. Partly cloudy weather'J 1

Matt l.nn cuUte have unceas- with widely scattered sQowers.I'I Bellinger' born in Cheraw, S. 'C., with this character?

tai..' .'.red and blened this No small craft or ;storru wani.- j, 63 years ago.Easiest. ,r :__ .. -
t.*..4y Wa.-j with their presence tM ings have been issued. t r
and marvelous faith. Their school ;
oWed uf the fin g( """ = If so, forget your worries. elon,. If easy to save regularly t-a.. ILL
.at send one very
..*. in the State of Florida andetwMrrn's Report He's Hermes, the Greek god of luck and Savings Bond way. So easy that ail.... o/
the faces the I Rie roti farr Americana have already put away mgiam duff
bespeak treasure-trove.
Key West. Flit Oct 8 1948&Oo.a.Vauuu I
lwsass .... they receive.lei I \Vh-; millions of dollars in U.S.Savfofs Bonda.
UULCU .t v-1\.1'uLu.-e.1 / i Why work? plan for the future? Why

...the.Me. Weather hundred Bureau years according statistics, e 8:3U:-r..m'r"lttun.AJt. EST) 1.... ""..r,, save? If Hermes approves of the cut of your j jib So you ace, you don't need I Hermes t. guarantee ..:

brother-knock oil will a future free from money worry*.
then Money matters
...y lour severe hurricanes have Highest yesterday ___ 88
tureiristl Ktot' West: the last one Lowest last night ._ 13 to take care of themselves. Start buying U.s. Saving Bonda efefcer .f ,.
JIriw' to 1143. was in 1919 nearlyllaty AP NewsfeamresHAMLET I Mean no_ --_ --: ._-: -___mh 83 way But-gosh! Suppose Hermes doesn't know these two convenient, .utofatic ways- "

tfrt' M.fvars in> WM alQ on The October most 10th se- SCENE Normal __ __ 80Precipitation ; loveliest rooms! ; you're alive? What do you do then 1* At',.., plate of we'". Sign up today .la
IM*. Tfce' beautiful Lighthouse on You Total last 24 hours ___ .00 ins.i' Well, then your best bet is to work-plan for your com .ny'. Payroll Savings 11am

WlMtetiead St.. has been guiding i may study yourShakespeare Total this month __ 5.57 ins. the future-save. '
: 2.-At yowr book. Walk to the ....... Aah .:
IMo the of Key West I ; up
jlMa putt as .
you. go Excess this month 4.11 ins. .
lor MC and still staunch is h. : Most ordinary human beings do plenty of to be enrolled hi the Bond-A-Montb |"U-. :.
errs I ir/f/i/ this neic scarf decorated Total this year __..____ _. 45.33 ins.
,ato oty .ago gid in its mission. Excess. this year ___.__ 15.68 iaiMelativ working and planning. It's saving for the future. Be smart. Put (in your bid for a !bright fcttw
in characters
Matti uf tfce sturdy little homes Htuniditf !i '. that's tough. today. Then thumb your nose at miafurtuoa. r

Me.m Irisland are over 100 years front the daslc play. at ':30 A.M.Barometar. I : Or was tough, till U.S. Savings Bonds cam And tell Hermes to go soak his bead!
//. built
pi Wore by humcanes.l I 11!;:: f '
lo withstand : : .
.. ises.atM! hurricane of Sep- I f Cea Level) 8:30 A.M. '! Automatic Saving Is Sure Savin - XI. 141. left them unharm: I (Know Arr.erice) 29.97 ins.-1014.9 mbs. t\ '& llf'1fJ! 9

f N. !. the even years it has been 1776-To induce men to enlist Tomorrow's Almanac
Ii f. py ajirll ft' to dwell in enchant- I j in the Army of the 'Revolution, Sunrise .- 6:23 a.m. ?! ; If- : I

w.. KpT VT set I have' heard re- I Continents! Congress offers an- Sunset _____.. 6:06: p.m. /lftP

tf* Nil Koy We.t "was. being w.1ShI the like. I
I 11:30 p.m.1
Moonset :

,-1. .N"Iwsatr Mte day map.WvHiIJ" and read then in the Miami fol- 1820-r-Henri Haiti: shoots Christophe him-self-born, kingof a Moon first quarter _____ Oct. 9 thrifty..;speedy.. .! One em..-IOTCT Tone coat! : Spol1sored by THE KEY WEST CITIZEN I

< f.+lpip Hk.t Key West was not Negro slave he becomes soldier TIDES i -
'" ........., I'oMmot understand why coders wallpaper,
.. and king. whose soldiers desert Tomorrow paint, plaster.One i
it* "..liiiMJuU" are permitted to ,'I him because of hi-;:; cruelty. (Naval Base) I hour drying. Till It a oath V. S. Tniaaj fSrntltmtat-... aril tttt -- a. T.wrr D.paa..H asf IMaMq -

i ay aHrti thmga over the radio. In- 1871-Chicago's big fire starts .Eastern Standard Time) I No"painty"odor!

atoW of ding good, it brings about 9 p.m.-A big fire the Utah; JMw I

mojitfirf leer tu friends and rel- I night before had crippled and exhausted 1:37: a.m. 9:27: a.m. I Thompson Enterprises! Inc.Quality I
ativea .( Key West people and '
f the city's fire fight;rs. 3:52: p.m. ':48 p.m. Hardware Division
.,.' Novy pet..euwt who are many I I I 1916-After a night in neutral Phone 886a
I jMatta aw. oy listening in. A storm Newport R. Ia German submarine ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA !!

F me) be hra4in this way but in i| sinks six foreign ships Reference Station: Key West ; .
It* miles it must travel to
e 'ti- off Nantucket. Mass. Tim of| Height of f
" Pees bees and dues change! ,
it can I I
1918-Epic individual feat of StationTide {high water
....... TAe record speaks for i itself '
s I I World War I-Sgt. Alvin C. York Bahia Honda ,
0Mb four hurricanes inova .
, .
,, brings in 132 prisoners, and leav- (bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft !
$. years. 18..6-1909-1910.1| ins 20 dead on Hill 167, victims
kN of-his marksmanship. (east end) _+2h 20m ; .
Key West n bound to get some j'I iius-laeuts. Maynard and Boca Chica i'

f "M4s MU. rain from every hurrit Pearson win first transcontinen- (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m I ,

[ ...... tkat t* approaching this ;I Channel : .
tal air race.1930U. Caldes )
t I l.iii hem the Caribbean Sea; I'I S. Navy reduced to (north end) _+2hlOm +1.4 fLI j PRINTINGAll i

t 'ti'Toitff, a hurricane may cover | limits set by the London Naval oOo I; ,
L ifMM we to 280 miles in circum- !! i'
F ........ and no matter where thee ]I i I Treaty. ',annnttncesf ,"NOTE: :
1939-Soviet Russia -.Minus sign: Corrections' ...
hit within this radius this' '
J beginning of economic collaboration } to be subtracted. I
j I
. Sat r wall set lU hare of wind and: 1 f I : it.r
"fom. mild form. The'ape with Germany. (+)>-Plus sign: Corrections: to
. awetly in
( 1942-German sub sinks a 4- be added. j I f."
oC the storm does the damage. I' .
000-ton Canadian ship in-the St. (h)-Hour. '
dad winds. On.Septraitiur -
nut the outer :
the of the Lawrence River. .cfL-eeL :1 :
31t 19M. eye f
t Types of Stationery : :

...ortfe of Key West as it wendedway J i 1343{ -Allies take Capua Italy. (ml-Minute Announcements .

1944-American forces continue ,
its north-eastward." would be f j,I joint attack in Aachen area.1947U.N. the Isle of Pines Cuba; I learned I : >..
Hw much better<< life i iM t ti I
Direct Mail Cir-
t we all had the unshakable faith I Committee votes a upon my arrival that after almost t
J cularsPrintedHere
watch Greece'sborder. full of enviable service,
Convent ofI.p committee to years
of tfce Sisters of the
distillers I 151 of all had called i jI at LOW
) lfftffte<'Ulate! Wealthy in-j!i American pledge( Master us
60-day shutdown to aid food I Sister Louis Gabriel to her last i EST !
.... w tw Yotau has it for truly PRICES'r
K M a priceless possession. The!1 saving. rest that very day. Then on September J

t ,..MM have it in abundance. In ,i! 21st eight days thereafter -

r tills I they had built of native t, anxious hours when residents are I the first hurricane in nearly ,j .
their homes and I thirty visited this Island. I
beautiful grounds, battening down years
CI.s'a l on their !
I faithful Sisters The first since the Grotton ; THE ARTMAN PRESS their Star of the Sea Church stores, the ever very i

*o Or.H. to our Lady of Lourdes, |gather around the Grotto andl was built in 1925. i j iI .:

Wry t *p dance of Sister Louis l< What remarkable faith, and How infinitesimal is man! ]: PHONE 51
love for a City. Verily, "God works in a mysterious i
GaWM. It erected and 1diPI't""tor ;, profound
In the CITIZEN Building '
.j.......i4-... m of Key West ; On September 13th. 1948 as I way" His wonders' to perj j '''' .I''II''II''I. r.l.lI.l.l.l..l'lll IJIIIII.I.I '.

I irdtt uopkal hurncanes. During 1 was flying back to Key West from iorm. n. .

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I TIIHKK. ; : : COINFKDKKATKS: ): : : : AT REUNION I Nat Airlines Civic Group To 14 14Meet

& ., 3rr Newt
Appoints I Tonight \<

wr Manager\ I Ii There will be come further i 4
t discussion! of the proposal tod;(
a.wT .... r,''i'.Ts*numaiii merge some of the functions of:4
MIAMI, Oct. Appointment the city and county governments I
.of John M Stod'tart as manager; at tonight's meeting of the Civic I"
(of the travel ani I agency service Improvement Association.{ I\
) department for National Airlineswas The group meet.; at the MonA i .
announce.! tidiy roe County Coilrthousa at 8 p.m.t'
Stolclart has ben nrnager of Col. C. D. Hatf leld, USMC (Ret).'.<
MAL's reservations: an I ticket: of- is chairman of the group. I_ t.
5c*:3 in Mumi'were'! lie joined: -- .- .
National PS a reservations; : sales i. It v> estimated that a t-urnan I-- C
blood contain, 35 irillior -
] f rerm C
gent in December.! 1945.StyldpH :
red.cells. I THE
: succeHs S.-A Pen-lie? !, 14 : : .
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ton w', 11 IP igne4 to Kept -\ The rattling _noise made by I L ,
3 1 -().''f ': -t '"'"nn rattlesnakes; is can"0l! l v'ihra '4
I t f V9.r.-'ri r. rtot lions of the tips of their.tails. f'!<
dart atten Iet! pub'ic sch"ol:: : in
I Coral Gables, and was graduatedfrom was a pilot in the Army Air Forces :4 SUPER MARKET
-i,AlexinHni.Episcopal V"Ill'High li'.in H I jlStoidart's jl M & M
offices will b; muntamed |
the University of North C3rolin'lwhere t
j' he was a member of the st the company's genera) 1
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