The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 9, 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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bout Christinas time it will be, Cleveland' Indians won the U. S. WOULD BEGUiLTYQF 'j'j'WORLD. I CANDIDATE SLAIN In perffrtdamsfe ..... ... M11 ..

orruptrd by what U known as the fourth World' SerUf i' game I Bribe jMrl tr.. rre..l ,... ---'---- -., :_ ...--. ta t** eMy wes tttlt leeby I
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Truman returned to the York and ether p...... wlano awas
w411 .. operated by James Munu Boston drives. 2'to 1. in WIDE 'MJRDER( SUICIUE j _
sal )J.A den a great contest.Gromek '.' ,_ :,White! House toddy abruptly ending t the reported map ttoff seal we lace. woes 11re IMF A1M
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to Mr Lopex for the I hurled a great campaign .. to presentothers. w tit Asl.sre/shs .. ,
new building by Building Inspector yams, and'seemed to get better TO DIVULGE A-BOMB\ SECRET and: Secretary of State Marshall i
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each. be one story in height and, !had been recalled by the President -, work on the lorry war prgImiij:: jat .
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( .,es> o.>.tlory cottages, whichonro inning. It was 'the only runoff Great Britain; )Keeping Secret Is Holding a Smathcrs I session of. which is now being after the M.r.>....-Caaajak ,
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been removed Th ebuddlng .U to ,Hn! aia At I Lay In Ea.l Europe. i, (In London, it was reportedthat baa of M JMUBM.I I

be ia u.. middle of the lot forwrty Boston had gone for'23 scoreless (ny Tae .%..4M-latri| ..".*. *, Tells Of Low Marshall was recalled after I understand Mat ...rtsHi air '
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ocrwpted' by the cottages' LONDON, 'Former l Great Britain had expressed its

i a and two. side there. ol win the be store a parkin: on j*I home'WhUa'Kleiman' run smash. and Chrisj Prime Minister; Octn10.Winston Churchill 1 Mrs.\ 1 C. Ycdo. 63. I I If Interest Loans anxiety over a report' that Presi I ITt with iaform the MMW M.vMIIM., tll..ira w !e.

The store when it 1s fully! of Great Britain, in a speech 1 dent Truman contemplated 4" T II was fairly MaM. M Kay wait slatthat
equipped' by th* Gulf Stream Super -j I j topher up constantly .today to Conservative party members Dies Suddenly Representative George Sniatli- sending Chief Justice Vinson to I nan.,the.. *aoi. .a. sasl/4 of
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Market will represent an in, Wales said the'U itedI Moscow to confer with Russian
I vettmec ol about $6&.000. All!I.I.I | gam*,,Cromek kept bnprovI I States would be guilty of worldwide s i jtrict who has discussed flood and leaders about the Russian proposal from" this essjrW
pew lixturos. and other eqoipjsneo.1 i I ._fanning th* only two ef Mrs. Carmenlina Yado. A3 whn.',hurricane damage in South FlorIda for disarmament. London: 'government wteR laid fraai. decal/ indiactaa.Img
1 murder and would commit \ v.. PPwWy N0srtip ..d... '
i la .. be placed In the store.Drudt the contest in the final iaI raided at 1021 White street died I in a series of articles in The officials asserted that theViolunsky I i I'I'I
will suicide if it divulged the secret which wM be wad ..... as
that he ;
said today Citizen sent The Citizen the fold talk in Paris about
I ni.,.. suddenly' Wednesday while visit- dis-I i.this orty end ...... lit ,. __
smak..veer' effort to Boston .Braves have only ing her daughter. Mrs. Felicia I mat eorapietedstd WI ......
structure in time for an opening: bomb. too fate for publication yesterday i I signed to divert the tlE'ntion''of
ol the .... on Christmas. The J I scord two runs im four .' It, is'because the United States Hudson in Hudson,, Fla. : |!the Western Pawed from the (At Wirrphoto]!: w.t .
bu>Mtnc will be> T9 feet. wide .ndTi games believed .lobe a reef is keeping the secret, he asserted She .is survived bv two orja,. "At my request Chairman HarVleX :- T grave situation that exists over I t I "Ia Jay $.. MIMI tads
te q lIJHP. |t ...... eooreless.iaaingf. j- thaj$ n{us&ia is"held at bay_in Eastern Albert and felix' Yado:. three ;Vise. this..rterp9QP,caned a the blockade of \lestetn Berlin WILLIAM. JOHN- G1\AJfATA dodged, o 1JtL eties.
4. Otllii 'btJi1JiR Iitv1iit8 i iaiiued I la t6t l ur)pe;th no;atomic bombhanging dattgbfeis; Mrs..Hilda>ArCaf f'f'$.',JSpt"n.I"meetmg"ol the board of If the-'Kremfin/' ere In- its (bovt. Rcpiiblwc; c 84W.'. .
thM week by Building Inspector \ first inning! Cleveland I over her head, she would Felicia Hudson and Mrs. Zrni* directors of the Reconstruction Finance {assertion, through Vishins y, on for clerk of circuit court in AI" r V.. Nls.ttry
Sawyer totaled S24JMO.Jsef4i I got its first run.' when I have long since launched a war to Medina: tour'frrothcrs' Enrique,: "Corporal ion.' ',at" which I !the disarmament! question, ,then Cook county. Illinois, was Ute o.H A/1.nMr ......... t
Sawyer will bund\ a con- "I Mitchell singled and Lou conquer all Europe first and then Alfredo and ,Carlos Reecho oi f presented evidence as ,to need off let it first raise the Berlin blockade wHI be ...... we wr/arsiaaA wennipf.te ,
found slashed and
rrrte block residence: in Avenue Boudreau doubled. Boud. eau I attempt to conquer: and enslave Tampa and Edwardo inK....Ji.) ol E coDmunitiesanoi individuals for J, which is threatening the dying early. Ma kety air ........
E between 17th and ISth streets j i.; th; world Cuba, and two grandchildren. .assistance because of hurricanei peace, of the world), Friday in front of his apartment fw dorks .iii Key Wee4 add MaYana. _
at a cost of $10.000.: Mrs. O Del. tried to stretch it into a triple Without the bomb, he said, the Funeral $services;: which arc .i and flood damage. Board then de- Nothing officially was released: residence in the Chicago .' .
Redo. SOI Peronia.' streec will; _ad Umpire Stewart,at.thjrd. II worl 1 has no means of stopping charge of Prjtchard' .Funcra'1 I clared'area of recent hurricanes t iby the White House over the m- loop. He died soon afterwards |i I Offkia& ........... a .......... i.
build a _-.tory store building at ruled' him -out. This started: Russia i inT her ruthless ambition to Home will bel.annauncf; 'nHh<: eligible for emergency RFC long-; ., ture of the talks between: the in a hospitaL police said h* ye.terdaf. at ... 0....... ......
t a teat ol W.WO, while Enrique, quite an argument and. for a bring; all of 'Europe under her arrival of a-son, 'Albert Yado.: term.low;interest. loans. President and Marshall. was murdered. who all esed.. Msaeg. ..... "I
t Porrelo .U .. construct a frame s (tja.a"floohd As'.,though! 'the domination. But even the;treacherous I. _, ... .v.-. I --- .--- -- ,--t. .tI" ;the ferry and H* sMstle ........
j residence at a test of $4.000 in Cieetaad ,Russian:corrununi fts; dread were MSJMT A. MtttOd Ad'
I R.\. street oetwecn United and iseaager'would'be.- what would happen to their coun- LEGION' N'"OONVENTION' CIA Considers City. Manaajr *.*.* ... i+.l/rns
l streets. i. out ol the game. try were it subjected to raids with Proposal :Qty OomgWM.ww Pend J ..tamEdwin

Larry Doby. ,negro player atomic bombs. Russian leaders 1 r Trovor.Key ptwrle.t Mw
J i with the Indians with two acutely feel the dire devastation ,. Wet CVoiiAir of I IDerm dr.wAwa@
(Cargo' Damage I out to the third( hit the first I that can be caused by the bombs MIAMI\ \ OCTOBER 1821Legionnaires ITo Merge City And County ted C .rap. *.*.* wilt beet..
recalling what the explosion of state iav* aatHv* la Nurereteet >
I (On) Said .. home run' of the- series. a two of them did in Japan. That vember; J. M.AabawL .....
Barges f lofty bail'over the rightcenter nation,, cocky over its confidence 35 Special. Train-,i rr .I County ,Will Be Asked of I*.*OM mi sr of Coaf >

ter field fence. that it would win the war, fell and members of the Mertz. aa.t YMtNMats
To Be LightCharles I The Braves at no time 10 its knees crying for peace after Will Start Rolling. Auxiliary The top entertainment t By CIA To Get Bin f| Bridge Tolls
Hiroshima and Nagasaki had been;
in the first five Bringing Delegation !'! San Carlos
threatened laid waste by atorpic bombs. event, apart from standard convention To Carry high School

E. Smith local agent innings. The United States, Churchill Neat Weekend) : pageants such as the I!; Higher Despite /{
fur the Msamf-Key .West Barge It looks as though Bobby added should not only keep the grand parade and the 40 and 8 Team And. Band II | = To Observe

Line Inc. said today he had re- Fllr. who lost the first gamet secret of the production of the More than thirty-five ((33)) special march are: Further consideration was given Hurricane .
reived Information from J F. I bomb but should; also use its pres- trains will into (1) The "March of Champions"show I I :|
Boston. 1 to 0. on Wednesday start rolling> ,
Dewhurst. traffic manager forth ent bomb pile to force Russia out in the Orange Bowl the : the proposal to merge certain El Crilo (lie tara
company, that salvage opera- will b* the Cleveland I lof the countries in Eastern Europe Miami next week-end bringing night of October 18th. A dozen | ,i Despite the September 21 hr
Horn will be begun Tuesday on pitcher tomorrow. H* probably : that she has already subjugated delegations; to the 30th annual National crack Legion drum ani bugle departments of the city and the j
,! i t ricane, which reduced traffic on San Ce.4rds .......... ref.
the two barges that Pine were Key during drivenai.lnrr will be opposed by Warren | She should be made to go Legion:! Convention. October corps surviving preliminary county at a meeting last night of s!'! the Overseas highway on that brate Bl ..... oV Yet T...ilimtM. ...,. 1
near Rig of Boston. I to the Curzon line that had marked 18 to 21. Thousands of others tests, will complete for $4,60900 .
tact Tuesday's hurricane. ., Spahn her eastern boundary for many will travel by private automobiles in cash prizes, trophies and the the Key West Civic Improvement ; date and for several days afterward begmiMiNi at I .'./gabm
Mr Smith said that the dam. The score: t'| years. busses, boats, etc. ,title pf National Champion. I I :<> .tolls collected I lat month the seeoM How.. of la* Co.( ..
ate t. the carlo U reported to be Boston R. H. E. I Moreover. the potential power Two giant sized entertainment (2) The Schenley Post (N. Y.) i!Association: at the County Court- t thoube. exceeded the rec*pts for Sep bu wry light Hak-h covers were 000 000 010-1 7 0 i of the stockpile of atomic. bombsin spectacles, reinforced by a lot of "Circus Days" program in the .
i I Itcmber, 1947, by S2.9aI.iO.! .: of tat* faoMMle .....
off one barge caiuinso other attractions are on tap for ((Continued tn) Page Seven
Mew the possession: of the United )
Cleveland _
>.ne water danwge. He added < j' States should be used also tot -"----- ----- I I Col G. D. Hatfield USMC (Ret) Collections in Scptrmbcr nf invHed mtashala of to* Mowg. ...|.
2 lBatteries .
101 000 OOx- I last amounted to $232\ JO.
year :
that he expects that the salvaged : Sain and Masi: compel Russia to free the ten of Coiitractoi HereTo I chairman of the association said lat month they totaled $20.237 and eMtMy oflMoti sad ttaa a.hhe
will reach Key West about Coming t in asBteol l so Meted
cargo millions of Germans and Japanese too tot
Gromek and Megan.KEY today: that t':c organ-zatitn has Passengers using the bales .
CV t>er 1$. I she has enslaved. hn......
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-- - -- --- in September I 1W7.! totaled 23.
: Russia, he stated, has c,:tl received letters from other communities 228, as compared with 27.266 .last eM. Ltib.s:: l raaneM

; WESTS SEWAGE I the utter futility of (continuing Plan Repaving Streets where departments of month. .ends" 11..4. asraaMm lit ar w..
in existence the United Nations.She : the city and county had been combined Number of vehicle
i has made of that intcrnatiyn motor pac Ie pareaip./e m ........ p0e54. .

I DISPOSAL) (} SYSTEM MEETS i 1 dl body a cockpit where one nai < Finlrj It. Sniitli, )ania,"r---- and better that they generally at lower retorted ing over of last the year bridges was in 11.420 September and-, .. de Yet taw tlasma .. hel

i tion abuses another in hothed'l 1 1i service last month. 13835. l I..hest ..-.... t-awsa.d *..
i{ speeches that could not I be delivered Will lr) III/ hey West Front streets; White aired between cost i I.... c..... a.w ==t.c I"
: STANDARDS OF(j USPHS I' in any other assembly in t Division and Eaton streets The question of getting a bus to '
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Sucorras. s'ill W im u. .
School teams
-- High sports Removes ,
the world. Late TOllay; Will Whitehead street from Eaton t'j carry City .
.rs .--"...Mtaa .I J | Besides, the danger flf the Front and Fleming street. lrom and other team, including the ....
.e "... is...... blockade in Dcilin should be Sec City :ManagerFlnley Whitehead to White. band", was also discussed It was .
WAblllNUTUN. U. C. (1d. 9 USPHS' sanitary engineering di- is i decided to take the matter up Storm DamageThe r
well mind anything
kept in as /
I JMsion. B. Smith. SUTTsful': It is known now that the .is with the county ani it will likely .
.icy Wet's sewage disposal:I, According to USPHS spokes- likely plunge to Russia happen and there the that Viextern naj bidder for the job of repa' ins phalt will be heated in a plant tll i t;I.'ome up at the meeting of the i city jcstcidr>Miiiicte| United men. sewage disposal systems five city to be located on DI edger's Key County Commission on Tuesday
.tern U adequate by streets is expected |
a. Powers into war. I the removal of the st'>rro dnMge
should be designed to handle as reach Key West late today to gr: where the city will got the marlto I1 t The association is going to taken hTKLTNK( M MHKHHO)
1 that had
concluded from ,
Males Public Health Servicebi.mdaMa. I than it Churchill alone the roadway lee I Inte;
much or more population into some details of the contra.-' furnish the contractor. ? j up with the city a proposal to fill
; be been minister since: the OVCI-KP the Municipal !
it was revealed today contained in the area served prime with City Manager Ralph D. the asphalt will be hauled to the: ,the holes n the city streets whereI Highway peat TCLEPHOHC III.
; end of the the present dangerous H< piUl. 11MC..un''
by ... .inventjry: compiled by Key West's system meets this war between Spalding and City Engineer Vic streets listed for rcpaving I water collects, and to charge the %
situation existing I / : Home and to the home "f Arthur
.SCM!. j J cost against property owners.
-- tor Lang.
Russia and the Western Powers b : Sawyer Post 28 of the American:
According: to the USPHS I The officials will decide whichof Also the delegates to the association
would not be in effect today. asI Legion. SIlO
of water ani sewage system. the live street will\ be pdvcH from other city groups i(
,I he would have demanded long :> RAUL'S CLUB Because of the storm rcUtiveUfew .
NOTICECllortir Wcofs plant designed..orvi
Key is first. vThe street Iff be repjvel were instructed to contact the organizations ,
15.600 inhabitants. The.t i since, that Russia stop her aggressive : : and have them study persons had gone out to the. CARTON

Om MONDAY plants are equipped for a 2.62 mil j tactics in Europe and in are Simonton and Front street streets between: Duval Division -) : Big Dance Ton ite tie proposed amendments to the Legion Home but now the mad
Oct I1. Mr Office lion gallon per day flow. : Korea. street. between Division and state constitution before election way is reported to be cleared' of ; FREEDCUVEAY
all trees and limbs of tree
i than Wet 'h 10 .M. to 2 l.W. time.

12 Noon to 4:00 P.M. FOR. SALEI FOR SALE! MIAMI KEY WEST ruoae.trct> rI Featuring the rr* TIM ... ,.
TICKET OFfiCE '! Just Arrived! New .4 Is* c..a....
SATURDAYS10A.M.tel2Noon Good Used Cars BARGE LINE. Inc. DEBONAIRESADMISSION. I Palace Theater Shipment

TELEPHONE 6 I I DrinksRaul's I I
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Dr. E. Gonzalez Your Friendly TELEPHONE' Studebaker 119 Dealer I Miami.Next Barge Won..Leave Oct. 11 PRICE TOURS !;i 1 dub'SXS1 I "THE News and EXILE"Shorts '. R.PHONE STOWERS 271 ...ll'yeCbve/1A

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4, ....w ...?.IIA.. ___ ..4 hWlaIaew Th'City3fK y Wt? )tac d a tax on By: The Associated Press vt- THR nnrrrr romr .or' "' 11I. "'" & -a..
.,. ....AX D. A Rrnl. ...t.. --- = ElJya1.u'JI-DulAL 1.TRill
ffw_ 1%* OiL$eC U4iig tobacco products for the purpose of raising Oi'- THg lATh Or
.r.** Of.a.a aM Au Ikr.eU .. 'NETWORK PIOGAMS1 IC .'D..... .. ROB C." .., .-..
Cut? zs*. iu...M. to K.y W.., ..4 moneyvto repair streets.. \Vhat would 11. giLtvEr. t taCT" -
M_ ..sty Time i* eastern .l "."r.. Fercen. r.s.2141 :l IV 1 '"at..
:_ tral, standard suktract en* """. f.rmountain ('OPE WICKHAM 1ATfl .-t !! n....,.
...... B. Ker We.C norUa. a* ..cs.t eIaM maturBM you say if the city commission diverted a ttantfar* subtract tw* plaIstlIf. : ... .. ....
I hours. 5o... I.c.I .station chaaee ... DICSCP.rolhALn .. ....
: .. .M *. *.. AUOC1ATCU f.EU ; part of the money thus raised to pay for heur .! relay te tit local schedule. A. AWflf.. : ......,..flt4..a
,k. AIsI.4 IT ts* .. ..el lT.l/ .titled tot Last minute program.changes canno -- -- 11M.adi'ht. .... .saN' .... ...'
t -.4 .... ............ 41 .11 .... "P6lcll. ne4lted some other city activity? be Mtclvtfe*. OMDRR or r.'C4T10" .5 ae... tad .... Oaa.-.
0 .. .. k.4 ..*.*.to. e'N" !a IkUt aad TO: |{.rlB>id A. a>d r waaw. iS-n .".-** to*
.. ....! .... ..*lM... ".r.. We know what you would say, and we lromptoa Inawersas lelsi.' Son'S.4..,-,. j,
SATURDAY. OCTOBU 9 i iIveaUg CaliforaU. I .
:- tOCLPTIQ. .TEII believe you would Tit with i a howl. Ton are bxrreby required $tfl faSeafc '. : *

e .... Tea* .llt-M pear !. b toil foP Li54' i ?Q' <*. 4BMiher
... .....,. I.". Our commissioners ar .not going to :00-:Xew- Bro.deaat.b. .
w.. MSt11 I." that.ih zlJ'ca1l8e Newscast kery: Day_cbaE. raiueor Wfore t*. Si**. dtiedletoher I 9 a >-. < .,. ..
.ostb--_ .- It -.. divert a:penny ef ,they rtltce. Quartet-abe ( A. 1>- 1b43. Hb*r Ubr. IS.ailegatloap a .0)t. --- ,
.; Y Spurts Parade-mb-east, rohiatoel 4eel. wUlbe j
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realize it \Jould bet breach-of-the assurance Take a lIlI1ber-lIIl/-w..,. wGAAaL -,-- -- taSew. .. rcsts.w.4.lsa. :; .. .
AOVBMTtlllU KATK9 ;ll Relicloa$ In :New- .-aba a4 tird.t-d Js.Y: w.. .. .. ,
th'e :
they gave 1 Kjey: ;i\fr u Hc when Lake SiKices Memo .cbs ,; .
Mad. Kaw. Os Application* -- orIdo" si4s .555 day .P1.-.( (, -
I he tax'was imposed. ._ Brewntee Sisters-abc .; IMS -.-... t r ,.::.. ....: .:
fPCCtAt. lOTICal .fJO-Sunimcr smpho.-obe ICircuit Court I 1110.- mm,
I AH rwaalkinsta.. cMd* ., tnanka. raaolntlona -The ditizeaihaa, fbrgotten the Saturday Sports!-cb* T1I 'Seal) v s-"S:: : '" rw.-" .. a"1*
I .. ........ ooltaaxy ..<...., p. ma .(., wtil ... : Harr* VVismer Sports-aba. Clerk cbeibUy ;) .' ',. ...
i ...... f..* at la* rat of 1* eeata a line. widespread condemnation-in Key West 'fiance Music-mbs-east IO4p2I1 ; t I ........ for *atrtaiaa>aa( kr roan. .. M k* "derived arc i q.'. a line.l when funds raised by bontffc to build an :*S-X.w. and C mm.ataryb1 "! EarIaa Esiuloal.Ie. las _2SI.al1e3S2: ; :; .: ;. '
.o OUaoa to ao open forvna oad tavltoa ...- "Jack Beall ceium.btabe750Dr. J I" Attorney fur r-Uiattff ,t........ Ceorl 11.51 Ii- .... '
-: =, of aablia laaaea aad ambjocti of local or additional fane holes to'.tbevey) | West golf : EtaBdlak Drama-.eb* I ......JS t.2-.11.1,.... ( .., Ihom* .qI'Lb s
laUraa lot II wU4 aat )aWUk aaoajnio Treasury Band Skew_bc -I+ItIIc fc-1 ,
aii .,................. course, was diverted b.tbetti ouncil. Hawaii Call -mb* :: :: ___$ I t\ THE riRrnr COrNY or THRKLKVRVrH -r- JTI.: '* .
f ; -Tie Damon Serenade-nbe Jibiri... inn IT InSat. 51" .rL
As taxpayers resent th#!. diversion of Vaugha Monroe Band-cbs OP THB ATATK *r
j Kamoux Jury. Trial*_aba i\ AID FOR 11011...... coi 'vri.CUAfDR :..:II"
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funds the of its subdivisions New LIVING RoOM "
by government Broadcast-mb. OEO"P1.AN .
any "- 1'1 ciiicyv. .. S ? S U t? t..>
R194 T..*-H. Cannlchael Sena;_b' ..
why should an
I made of the money raised in the tate of $5O-H.Uywood Sln It Alain Theater QuU-.eb.-aba aAioLrO.Ptl.tlff.' .rrr roTa. 'cn'W'::; : =: ::.':ea-

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ii Jobanv dcteher.: Comedy_abo JOHN Rr SEt.t6'KRRR andCRACE II f1b*-
Florida from taxes motorists
\t.Y paid by on Twenty Question Qute-fnb* lJSIIE1 r loa-.'
ft KKRR. his wife
I gasoline? Those taxes should :be used to .;: -Truth or Coa.eqlleMn-obo AP News/eafures ***. n dl lb4.E nult, ( I.i.'WW.....
I Amative Makme-abe A SMALL HOUSE that seems much largerby : ,.- .J_ r '" I nr. IIS .
f..a. "5TH F
:: build and repair roads that are used by the Stop lie. Gait Show-mba -t1t. TttIV \... C "
.: O-Hit Para.. Sinatra,-nb. virtue of economy in its planning. This TItle SANK OP THK TAT$ r..e. .
I men and women who paid the taxes. Why M. Amsterdam. Show_ba decjgn, W-504. by Bertram A, Weber arch. uV' rtoRlr.A 4I ?. ;m 1CII"
DtPOVflXTS' FOR rrr WEST Gang Buatera Drama abc TO: IA.&. )l. Cupplen. ant known ,....
divert of the other Lit. Begin at W-mbt \\tci. 221 No. LaSalle St. 1. HL of --
ADVOCATED BT THE CITIZEN: any part receipts to any : Chicago COYU6 au arear be dead or allv.: T. AM WVM M Mat a wrraxr .
JO-Jwdy Sh.wIt -.... only 875 square: feet and calls for 16.060 cubicfeet cf construction. The Laknowa HDOUM af the %.Ik. .. ..., ai<.>> ikui Nil..
fund whatsoever? I Pay. B Ignorant..
: to : raid ...1. h. Cupplee, U heIn lll .
I riM* fc ritaw
\Vbata My A basement for heater and .. '.... Lb.M.. II.
I provides laundry.- room play alive and .rt' ; isaaC ........ l4mn.l-i
The Citizen is the Name uf I '"fJ.
eo: L More Hotels mod Apartments.Besch supporting adoption -t 10 80 D Song Qulmba room. The house can be built first and porch and garage can" Helen Cupple I not known t* lb. ..... ell ..... w raVr .
; nnla\ .
Days Day cbaHome
of the proposed Amendment No. I to I I be all. ; _.... ..... tkva. rti.4 h>. ...<
:. aDd Bathiaf! PavOion Town Ceonlon-cba be added when budget allows. The I nVnown NBnn_ of tk.. .... I.r"'" 4>> ...... ...J ,
::;: I. Airport*-Land and Sea. be voted on November 2..-because we are D Qula".bcChlc Tbeater-mb> I 1----- ---- ---- -. "aliv aid*Helen and mart Cuppfe ledllarararet *:. If .... I* a-US ....' S.s ............ ..+.

(. Consclidation of County and against the: diversion taxes paid by 10:30-Grand Ola Opry-nba t Kerr Thin_ not c..$..'VS laranla FI--ebit: .4.. 'k isada -i
The Running Boy-cba known ta .b* dead we alive. ., at ..,...._, .n .. !
QtT Gorenunents.t. motorists generally.! Give back to motor- Hayloft Hoedown-abe I The 'ajtnwwa a>a..... ot in* 004 sad I- ...1 ii 1.spas... _.. ...
11OOxe.'arletDbC: STAMPS :natd Margaret Kerr Thing.U .
I. Oemmuaity Aaditodum.I IN THE NEWS m5r 1 r. be ..a-- c J....
": st?, in the form of. good roa ds' what they New News and\.rl.t Dance,. 2 Hour b.-cb.-abe I ..' The she,Cakaowa I* aU,. Heir and married IM>t1.. 'us..I.e. >. eVx _4 i" .b". ....
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have paid; in taxes' the 'state. Another Korn'a a Krackin'-mbs I' wean L.<<:a...* or (Srtmleon e f teat! I,,IM.. M I....*..,
I 11:30-Dane. Band Snows-mba An (JP) New AdoaMicirai .r-t'k< -t t
reason for The Citizejx's; );upport of 12:00-Dancing Continued: _bc-we f! ....... Jf. Cappleo.. JoOMS T f' rdre *-. .._of
Helen Clippie* .
0.. MONOGRAPH Amendment No. 1, is the resultant j I Margaret Kerr Tilnar. -ci' sn.It
Cowboys and Indians make thei rappearance'on two new If any of the Mid ladibt.ala
West Citizen. progresS that always follows the construction named be dead; THR rmrirrr.Lr 11VY
Owner. Key I- NETWORK PROGRAMS U. S. stamps this month. .- : nTMi 44ia3j'SIL -
: of good roads. The better the roads A three-cent: brown commemorative honoring the Centen AH Person hatiar e>r etalmlaaraay .. IT ..* ream ..CI. .. nanlet. -
Key Wwt.Florida lime is eastern standard. Fercen.neuntain I I intereal In the> fvttowlBa! :
lO 0th CSIa0SYs.
I I. the greater the growth of a community a tral tU..d.rd,.ubtr"ct .... hour. fr nial of the Five Civilized Indian Tribes of Oklahoma will go descrIbed land. .Muate. lytaT. Sb r::& .:t
standard subtract two and belay la 11 uC.ty.
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state nation. Florida needs better hours. Some IncaS, atU.o" changeS I i on sale at Muskogee. Okla.. Oct. 15. The central design is an State of Ktorlda.: t.-.It: s5MAIHC .
7 Congratulations the new addition or a ur ef relay te tit local schedule*, i outline of Oklahoma on which is written the names of the That r...... tot wf laaA ilai- KALe "EYa1.ia t,U'a t
roads for home folks well Last minute prog'4Im changes can.' I map ate. lylna and brine In the CHyof
but don't neglect the old. which as as for not be included I tribes-Cherokee. Chickasaw. Choctaw. Seminole and Musco- KeyVe.t and __wn ae part KKATAi I0Ufl.wIa fI..f.

f tourists. The adoption of Amendment No. I The seals of these tribes are also prominently displayed. of Jul. number tore* and .sOC .. .....N50NoE .
the gee. J arvortllnK
+ = 'made poible new. < I.fJ.: Square Ills THE ORACLE 1 will go far in improving the system of SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10 .[ Because they were satisfied to farm and mix with the pioneer city 1M delineated Wlul.bora.I.plan rVbnsary of aaM. *\ "OTWN furww tPLTIS

/ ; Aft.,.... whit setlers became : K''ATm.
roads throughout! the state. they LIZ a 'oU..r CDIa.ar4sLI *; *aI4.. VWgtaiaYs. ;
I -' 1:OO-Am.r1cm United. T.Ik -nb. known as the Five Civilized I a pvlBf In sOld ls't Tkr. U. pas' so .,.. '
.. of Post *n Aan Ktrrei One Hundred
New Commentary: The Greek
j Thank for the congratulationI Tribes. SUtr.ihre (13) feet frvat .... S. Sb. :*: 4 a =:=
I you Sam Pettingl! Talk-abc-bu!. = ;.
announced n' .sms. SO
There are individuals who are so good News Comu.ntarymba1:15Editor and Telegraph baa I corner or-Ann and Front "'(.*.l. I apass ) ,_,_. .
I addition The Citizen Capt William Owen "Bucky"O'Neill ... ...... a. r .. imay
to .. ....
I the new at Home-abc the issuanc eof a new value of"if' asd ruaaialb. AsS .., ..-.r I I. 545 ....-.-
The Oracle is for the hereafter that they are good for Opinion Commentary-cbaJ : who commanded TroopA Street In m motkeaalerty. dlrvrllon I. ... aitotMlMMii .rf .*. IwW
I ,. building. But for once here. \..a Broad aat-n1.3Q ><>. of the Rough Riders (First Vol. a distance of ttisty-tnre. k* Ukea *. .-'.,-.. e.% v...

.,. The old did not make possible nothing Chicago lounl'ltable-nbe' unteer U. S. Cavalry) honored a.. ,, ,: CD feet, thence In a Nnrtkeauterly ...... ami oeXtnKftrn *< lieu
I ren, t Fried Hen DOCk. Talk-cba: is dlrertb On* HandredThirteen Iv.... ......... I.... UN .a.y .of o-p.
the new addition but the fund came National'; 'espero-abc' with a three-cent: commemorative i t..... g. I I'IV 11131 feet "'..". In a4orthweetrly iMBAar. A. D 1,45llC5LP )
: "' dirv tlon l 8ls.tytbre -
t. 'TheVest Indian hurricanes are a bit Alibia. Quiz abow-robe It will be placed-on first "T ((31 feet tkenre U aSouthwest.rly *.. san-via.
Pleasant ; .
from the sale of thf Point 2:00: -First Piano Quartet-ntwFestival .. =tp f'baeb .1 tk. <.1. .M *).
tardy this season and far of son: *:-cba: day sale Oct 27 at Prescott, dlrwtlnn IMo ___m ....D4 ) Vb-ta. ..
as as we are
con- .
:. Leader of Point Pleasant N. J., and is Week Around World-afca Ariz. Capt. O'N2ill was killedin iL. ifJ. hundred Thirteen IIlk fet IAnn II) Kaabi.' n ........ .
the lae of ho-
Street and
Air force Showmb.Z:3eUsiv.r.fty ."\0-
cerned they can keep Key West off their l'.pu'I ; "
-_ another concrete evidence of the faith Theater-nb* action while leading h-: charg- J. Binniag T4a
.. schedule. We won't mind the slight. You Ar. There-<:beMr ins horsemen in the Battle of ALSO fur iSSInISIfmoe .
The Citizen has in the _
the of
owner PresldentabeXe. t < 0
All that parrel.r.r .
certain vl <&
...: Voterarfs' Panel-mbe 1 San Juan Hill on July 1 1898. z_ '" =- < .... .
lut of land .ill. lo the City -
future of Key West. IOl.: i. Philharmonic-cb. I Depicted is an equestrian statueof .. ... West and 11_". as sOil .. sw THIS CIUCCS? tS&Mi SVEIIaSMYH
BOOM Off BUSTAHEAD the current set. The 1000
News Broadcast-abc. .. I O'Neill. The wording "RoughRiders" victory Lot Number FOur (ll I. $qar.:414mb. JSUl.
Music Broadcast-rob
0: _. _ _ _ ), .. Si*-American Almasac-ab. "- "-> appears in a single vertical a drachma dramatic green scene stamp in the illustrates Battle of \ r b<..* plaii 46) nrrordie of Mid "Slydcltnrated koVhiIrhead > * -IK r tU A rp.T row p .r
The economist have not been able to 3:30-One Mass F.mU-a" I la February un. n* ,v' 'T' 1% ISI1IO.Esug ..
No big success can come to a little Treasury. Band-abc Crete in 1941. Hordes of Nazi fvllovta: Cotnmnelnr at a '\%. .._

agree about theiwobabletrend of business JmenDe Jury-mbs paratroopers are pictured landing point o. AB. Street Too lln PRANCMi AMM P1ll.W. 'InI.
1 MHlt.m 4:( - XM, feet (roes t'"* .-.'oem
t, affairs in the Unit d States being divided Cal Tinney Talk-abo on the inland. Tha: native rorner of Ann and. treeno .. pa.4K1'42CC _
House of M.lery-mb. men and women can be seen attempting Rt,_. sad Tea <1*| fet 1 ram : PERRY. r* I I." .of) ,
t. between those who think the boom will toe juiutloA" of lJ>l. '[..r.. 111 .....
Any community can get along if it has 4:16-Johnny Thompson Song'b* to drive out the in and Pour 141 of said ftqaar sit I l4.
*' 4:JO-News' Living 1J45-nba U. and .10..... "U::: or rsneaeavai'TI i
-L pome untelfixh) lea'ders.J" soon burst and others whov suggest that j Skyway to Stars-cbs vaders. rannina purva.lls. --4e5om
Ann Street t. a So thra terl\ .
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The Album-aba I i
..... _ there is no reason for anyone to .expect a Detective Opera Mysteriesmb.1:00Community direction Fifly-4hr*. lilt feelthcnre .. TaO ara. b.ewbv r.n.ed ho SO-
Chest nba Belgium also dedicates an issue In a northeasterly direction pea, .. ie isiti ._ I I.. ... ,4.4SOmIb.t
It 1 U nothing short of remarkable, how depression. Roll Q Lewis. Show-cbs = the efforts -of her
to war 1111) feed tnw la a NrthSe.l.nIy
I the candidates recommend themsehes. Nearly all of the experts hedge by Quiet Hlease Drama Dramaabeshadow -mbs line near the left border citizer:. A 10 plus 10-franc green direction Flfty-thre. .. ... 1545 asbera 1_ a k. aissOs
-. .. .. suggesting a levelling off process in the 6.30 Phil-Uob! Marlowe Merrill Drama Concert cba-nbe) Collectors desiring first day stamp hail the liberation of thePort orderly. rflrertion fm> HandrrdThirteen .Uoon sI.s .._. a-ta=>.>.ed-) .4 thor'all Slam.

Counter Drama abo cancellation of both commemoratives of Antwerp. Another 10 UUI feet back lo Ike .... .or'".re4 as ... "..'
Spy -
About half the people of the world early future. Some even say that it is underway place of beginning. ... .
.. J Quick a* a Flash-mba ...... .... I lk.l; ..t ..t ,,.. .

are buy trying to direct the lives of the and add that there is no reason to may send not in excess --- ALSO A. I' l>4* !
h..i.! of 10 addressed envelopes ac All that ,."al. Barrel or lot of .c...attlr a pat p- .. -.. .... !

: it)tier half. expect prices to drop backanywhere near i:00 The-Catholic Family Radio Time-Service cbaNews -nl, companied with remittances, to &, T"' -- .-- land lyiB of 1Ion.sad..... bemc and 5lat la lhtVuntv .fFlorida II ...s4. f'web.,_ .5 I a'._... .4i5...I.rt5I. ..1

: former levels. Others point out that every Comment-Abc the Postmaster at'lh' kogee: ......ri.... .*-.......a I..,.. .1.L,
Key Rogers itiow-mb* Ariz. Oimmencrng at a point ofi th. ES.this." ....ipaids ArA.
I We are not sure that the recipients of boom is followed by a depres.ion.and: that I:IS-New Summary-abo Okla.. and Prescott respectively Nortn ride of Ann Sre.t ... !... ....... I.w .......*. ..
:20-Oizle; and Harriet-nba Ciy of KeyeM, (... llnadrrdll ass' I' .o..
..wjr money charity are benefited by what the longer the boom and the higher the Percy FaIth C..ncert-cb. **| feel dmlaat f rem ...* n..,- -

lk4Py.. ascent the sharper and the, Greatest Story-abc Poland has issued two new ncr of Front and Ann mr : are given. more severe Nick Cfcrter. betectlve-mts and running thenfr alone Ana aiasazvH owIsa

: depression.We 7:00-Jack Benny Show-nba stamps report- Leon Monosson : Street In a Southeast direitMesSixtythree I SIT laY ............,. IS .0.
consequent Gene Autry fctiow-cbs for (CS> feet: thcnr in 5510 Wao4, ( .40,5 .,
: : Go for House Quiz-aba The 15 plus 15-zloty green a Northeaot dirertlun Fifty4S -*!* I tubs 55%.
Nations, like people. must be ready do not know what is ahead for the of Warsaw .
Sherlock Holmes-mb* the rebuilding] of the city ) feet. and SU fit InHie 'eo SiSal
: i U 2K nation whole 7:30-Phil and Alice-nbc lead thrnre in ar Nnrthweitt direction Rieeeany: .I'S
ert and maintain their rights if they as! a but there is the chance Amos and Andy-cbs Depicted is a highway plus 10-franc honors the valiant Hixly-hr.* 4(1 teal IheaMeIn I 1..1..ff,

: expect them tq be' respected.A that smart individual will not suffer. The Carnegie Hall ilnslc-abe ing to the city with churches and I I a SouthweM dirmion. Flflr- -
Gabriel Heatter Show-mb* buildings in the background. The resistance movement during the Ms kH.:! fret and six l SI Inrftr 'THKaI"t.. : II ,uel.IIt..'
means to avoid severe losses lies in IOO-Charll. McCarthy-nbc war years. plmff of beaTlanlna.Ton ih-fIaiCa SI
Sam Spade Adventures* 15-zloty brown shows a four- are hereby ordered sad ,.- MMII.;H a.a* p.5 NIH-SO-mO.
RUMian cannot have friends of his retrenchment, lessened buying and Stop The Music Quiz-abc hors coach passing over a draw- ; qefretl' to file rour ap.arasee on TOlll: k.-*. a a ........,..
.. :r"dlat2l! Board-mb. Yemen honored its into the lot day of November A, n "4$ ink Mr."
own choice except those approved by the debt-paying: as as"possible? ? If any individual :30iFred"AlleVComedy? : tfM"CablR bridge into a medieval castle entry In the aJx>ve styled raiue now pendinir I l... laos 4 rt,
the the United Nations by issuinga In the Court of the .
B-ll,Drama.-cbs This stamp is dedicated to ? .w 0mb
Communist in charge of your life from makes up hw mind to follow this It's A Uvlng-mb. *'.': at Torun. new 2-Bogaha orange and black Eleventh InSult circuit of the T_ .... b.tPS.. reuI.d. .
9;00-Merrv Philatelic Congress Stale of Florida )n and for ) l. ik Mil fTHii I..
o.Rour.d-nbc M i.i i '
: -: cradle to grave. line there is little reason to expect him to Helen Hayes T i,ittr- ba,. : stamp. Pictured is a two-engihe r'onniy. In ("lian.-.rr. a Ir-I Wr. rve> Hi IIM aa>.,.. sin -4 -..-
Claude fUndolfo U pUUtiff and .. .. ,
Sunday Journal-abc transport plane being guarded tan w |k Clk .> '
j get seriously hurt. He might l lose a few !Secret Mission Drama-mba The new U. S. three-cent com the above named partie. and other t.. A f' !.... .fkr. |M .a.. ..I.
i I honoring the airfield by l local soldiers. are defendant, and la default 1ruth keMbios .. ..
An ':15-Hollywood Comment-abet memorative stamp ShoguCs a I. I. kI
expressed statement on any subject speculative profits, in the near future, but Volunteer appearanre. a ....-,.. Pro Confe .w.s--I.
:39-Albirra Familiar Jfusfc-nbe 300th anniversary of the -! .
i *_ will be entered aaralant, >"v Two nroVt i. t.. i.. I...doe
: J by any person cannot be better than he will likely score a decided longtermgain. Our Theater Miss Guild Brooks Hour-cbs-abc Firemen went on first day J Juliana Quoen of the Netherlands Said aul<. wax lavtltuted aa afuresaid >e- a wee* *.. t..wr i a..ui .

= th. information or knowledge on which Hollywood Commentmbl1:4STwl. I sale Oct. 4 at Dover, Delaware. i I appears on two new the title for the of plaintiff purpnve founded of quSeliag I upon"'::.r.z.'I.; 'a.. ."......Am

\ h r ban based that statement." News Comment-nb The red colored adhesive bears a stamps issued by that country on a Tax heed lo the follow\ .. denrribed guS.... ....... .......
= 10:00-Take: It or Leave II'-obo. 1 of Peter Stuyvesant. Un- I the occasion of her ascension to land .ila.... Irlnar and he | .. and .......r... (h,. .a.> at and Abner-cbs portrait I I Ins in )Jon,bounty. State ., rlwr- of SVMrmt V I- I '1'
There are rackets that are legal, so Voices of lrin-mba.; \ de rthe picture is the wording the throne last month. The Ida towitThat samI.: WOWv\ < i

I : : A crooked public official operate! in far as the law is concerned.The 10:30-Horace Heldt Show-nl*' "Organizer of the First Volun- I stamps are 10 cents brown and certain lot of I....'aII-. a'Smb.5--. ..
8trihe It Rich cbs ; ate. lying and krln* la the tlty $1 (.d>) ,ane !
: :- such subtle manner that he i is not caught Commentary' on )1".I.-a6o. teer Firemen in America 20 cents blue. of Key \\l and known as part .. I'... .... .
(.1.,, a Gazette-mbs -.------ -'-' I I of lota number three and lent J 0 P-ar- I 1\
I = Until' he has amassed a substantial fortune farmers of the nation will 10:4i-To B. Announced-abc 43 & U. tlquare Sis S.). a.-cord- ...... ...., 1- 1t..,lasIsfV
\ appre- II:00- Cw. i VarIety 2 hrs.-nbeNews TODAY HISTORYKnow ---I r fur the right to arm merchant I-Ii I I Inc to hltehead plan ..f a$5rily -tof : sa a
= fend then when finally found out he can ciate the harvest moon this year; so will Variety. Dance :2! hr%-<..bN i ships. delineated In Fel..riu.r'
I .*s and Dance Ii n : ttwmb. his nose at the public from whom the courting Couples. X..L Dance Hand 2 hrs.-nib* ( America) Ii I 1943-American patrols cross !I II a point in said Lot Three (21a'

: h* has filched his 12.00-Dancing CDGllrlled-at' 1701-Yale University chartered I the Volturno River in Italy. Ii I I. Ann Sired (me HiiiKlrrd Vixtythree -
: ill-gotten CI'J. feet from the .
: gains. School Say- c-
as the Collegiate i 194-1-The Allies announce intention -
of Ann and Front
PUBLIC DEBT SOARSA I! brook Conn. I I to create The United Na- and mnnlnr thence shag, %an
Your Horoscope !i Street In a $.Southeaster! dire. !lobPRINTING
Communim'promNe* poor people a 1798-(150( years ago) Matthew 'tions. I lion a dlitianr. of *ty-three
better Vermont senJ *I 1945-Chief of Staff Gen Mar- 4(1:a. fret: then.Iii a Norths
life but Re-I Lyon. congressman
promising more than statement from I th I .
you ,rFedteral SATURDAY, OCT6SER 9, under'shall warns country against lay easterly! direction 0. HundredThirteen
to four
J tenced years prison 4II>, feel -_ l In
ran deliver is an old trick in the history. of Board shows that in the Ja 194 !. doWn its a
I serve "It three J4:'! -Sehshh1eahnInd j the historic SediUoa Law Qr ing arms. Northwesterly direction. Kial;-
th* human with much force. { of 1947-First eggless and poultry- three UJ feet theni I. aSoulhwa.lcrty
I race. Compare Communism'sferemW reserve With letter cnficmnjf the
the .
I writing a
years American: public tha! ? one into dlrrrtV... One pIfillil
!* with Communism's the manifest activity 'enf rgy and President j less day. Hundred Thirteen (lii) feet tu ,
performan- I debt more ranidly than atany'other periodin brilliance there should be good f President Truman denies Ann Mreet and the plat. .>f be
I : cern in countries where it has I 1858-First overland mail from Comunist ginninp.
come totmwer. our htetory; American farrtitesrow'e more fortune and real honors. Travel Manifesto that Marshall
4 California reaches S ttLoui#m under .,Li)
may be expected. probabJy business Plan was imperialistic
I than $S OOO.OOOOOO f in << !Jf if* ?** .
I, 0 r- njprtgages, pursuits likely to be successful 25 days.'I I Ii j All that certain piece ...r.1

and consumer goods', and supplies. Install- I other aspects being favor- j 1867-United Stater takes for- j When potatoes are "waxy" it City or lot of nf Key land VWat situate and In known th. '

-Why ,shouldn't I turn Communist?" ment- buying has reached' such tremen- i able. ,mal possession qf AiaXa.1871Chicago's < means they probbaly contain a a. part of Let Number Four ICC W..r. TINtp14e.g I'
In Square Number fit (au
The answer !I.: You know what the United dous totals that the Government has big fire, start- j larger proportion of protein to ....'..i.1f to \\pllehead plan a.- Need..

State U like asked SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 148 ing night before in full swing. j I II starch than they do when they of said City delineated In February w. Caw De th.3nb I
It you want it the American Bankers I 1J'. a. follows ('".mmencInK sod
exactly SI
Association whatto -Today endows I
with energy and are "mealy" Waxy potatoes are
I | 1976-First reciprocal telephone ; ; at a twist on .%,,. -" ,..,
the opposite, you should turn Communist do about it. ability to promote large combinations {conversation over an outdoor line :( good for salad and scalloped Two lluadred kit (hell ter.! low price., teot.

.1 lift before do. The nature is rather ci-ici- dishes and for since front the rvritvr of Ana at c r_.. (,ai'' :;iI
you remember you will lose The bankers say that the incomes of I$I-between BusUtn and a J joining i i fetreeta and Ten cal and
i I the native sometimes ',Cambridge. they retain their shape well. the junction .,f IJrot. Three IU
your independence your property and all classes of Americans are' higher, now seeks to tear down what it has not j I I r and Four I4> .. said Kquaio tilt

Jf .ur freedom of mind. You will gain only than at any other time in history.. There- the ability to build up. Curb this Istituted.1915-Fire Prevention Day in-j' Finely chopped parsley addedto Ann
;': f riky membership in and there is good prospect of success a bread stuffing gives it ex dirertiva riH>,three (*J> feel
a conspiracy which fore, the public has more right to borrow in life. I 1939-American ship "City of !II cellent flavor about a tnenre lo a :Northeasterly dire*
use :
:' ;!s. ruthlrM, and crushing upon all except a more because nearly everybody"is earningmore. I iFlmt". seized; in mid-ocean by a quarter cup of;the parsley to two lien( ) On keel .Hundred..._. In a ThlrtewiIII :Nortbweeterlr THE ARTMAN PRESS

f : try few at the top. In the temperate zone, most German* sub. Ii j jI i cups of finely cubed day-old <51> feet, thane direction.. a..Hontbwttrlj ,..three..- J

t _. birds have two molts a year. i I 1941-Roosevelt asks Congress'' bread. dicecilea -5. M4J&4 Citium ..aJii

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OCTOBER, 9.. 1948 TEE .' -- "

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II FIRST GEORGIA MEAL FOR" 'EVFHAIJE,: 1.I Hastings r I By' '," HASTINGS'. : 3AXEH:Thinks- -. :; :As1FiiQ. b I

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Wall street is *till. squirming -

aa with embarosinent because "J....' t,. .. tfoAaTtiit 1' the Advertiser
Fred Goldsmith built up a '$500 J"RU"M" .... Pa i-wi4 s'r
_"I.A r"r-c 'tT.PIC rlaTmeat for rUwffird ..
a week: business *n lyjing, the _at. .. tnvrtDIT Ih ..... Attret ttrmewta' irntjW this Ke&4 ngutat.t..rtl_ .
market by Maggie rs with
studying loiter
& &<-
: .Ul W Jnr "d .In 'J'.aa.itirfort' at .... Ata may hays B..(
of4y r Jigs in the funny: papers. Far ) I"! r.te'Qr 2v. .. nrwrp (f>r '* .rfcarjfcd.ff | r *. :vcrttMntntf -
1 serttntt, lat 1IIhlim.rn' tJtf'f''rlI.
example, the rising,snxfce |rpmj, > t.. 15 wvrds or Ot u ts-,2ttc. To 1.5Vre p.bllf'.Unn.-llR.tULl\
corr trust
J t t'te f. .- t'Ox *i..i-fc.*a.;tJ_ I. a.- a Ve to Th Cttlzca .tnr Ve
I ii' : fcigar ttaeant; tt* market I{'e.ard, aei.thswettdi.tAttteatgd for. o'o.ek in the u>ornnf .f tba tore Jay 11
+ \til$'going up. The arriaontf past t the i1tsA11vPards 1.ti13A: rt.. of eabucatt.ia.11i ., '

V was that Goldsmith predictions ,. I

J turned out_ pretty weU'and .. ;; .
t' .
a4Yentsise't .Ptsd tinder ,
\ the .11.-111" .
a a4Ittoas: 1ft ..
hL4 lien\S. Includingsbine'| pfcr' .T nr of error In .erttRieg-. fraIeftt .r t ntra'L Th.-Ct.ta.'will ,...
kt.gu1eJ, weresatisfied.. ]i re"'lbJe oal'l' tor tAo nrtlt '" _rttnn In "IItM ...... aD I
, Nil 'one was more surprised than!I t.eFt.f Uaetir.1.ertMta.ioa U'., only whr the actual III. error\ arcurs.t .. \ .'rm4irertiMnint si'a..'v oecgtjivd 87 tat

McManus, who draw the comic I I '. .Ii tf '';' B B ."..' r r B _ :..r.'_ _' .
i strip. He said; "Wfc! wovW I Y Y Y Y ""- .- III .
be doing with cartooiurii I were s FOR.,SALE-- sC ; FOR SALE '
, BO hot on the staff- msrte: ." |, I .
19"49 :Willys Overland Jeepsier.
3-tcdroom furnlsfced MfccArthuf
On dwplavi "BoU's.Sport,Shop, home. .
1 Price.
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Interesting Notes U.:7
706: White Street f- 'oct O-ltx:i terms. Johnson' & Johnson
Phone ,*
Liverworts sre found in damp Plymouth 'sedan. 'New' motOr.'t 3 octl-tl

shady places, clinging closely to
Completely overhauled, ready Grav marine
w1.4 3s i'4'S' i i decaying logs, bark, or leaves. I for William..long,trip. ',$865. Junes 419'I ; C, R. Smith enginesnd'Service opposite :Firestone: .

, In November, 25,156 feathers i! oct9-2tx:t Station Marathon. vC1. -imoHoover.

I were counted on a whistling FORAPARTMENTS 'i -r---r' ; -

aware. "* i vacuum deahcrv, $25:00.
1.1'9 Wirttpttbt9alts I 'f j Washing machine: $13.00. Tel -
Bean use mat*plants for bedding : F rDishe ) ETTKAUE XYRIAKXDOU from; Cairn.,'Egypt,,'tlopt. 'fatovaBMh for their l far ...* lint dia *r la Ger>U *. ro t0,to Ctiro.:G .o I ices,,linens and utilities far'I White enamel, $275.' Outside
*. ..... tb* bri4 el Hershel Raaf an. Several kauri Utaf I mshed. Summer rates. :Coral' white',
paint-$2.75 and $3.5
II....* ... a crowd of weU-wUhw' ..* kerIts hamiisyllie: G*. FOR BENT OR 'LEASE; Office.Hotel Apartments.. opposite oc.t7-25lx Post: I gallon, up. /"\ garden per

H. aperats a grocery store .in a TfcomasvUl suburb, They.'fail J nose. $3.95. Doherty & Co.,843

UTO there otter UteU matriase la Cu, Us,berhoed *te a:, Two stcrea, suitable for office : Olivia. Phone: 15S7. '_,_.,.
space or, any other kind lot j'yrnislitti' -apariq1 t, dUltL1 no, .
.JMm. ,. .J, '- .- '--.--'.- ., ; business.; Apply $er@a' Brfci *pets. Convenience $63. oct46ti
J dI I" :.. ,Bakery. l White.Street'* : 1214 'Dt$vttl Street, 'Telep>jon4! _. __

"--1 oct -tt 1003-W. .. i Man's Bicycle ,b fork tires knee
N.C.c.s. t What's. Doing ,oct2-hurs-cat-tue taction. spring :, $17.50.( 1900

I at the FOR RENT-COTTAGES. t j Staples Ave. oct7-3tz

IMI Dvval SUM AND APARTMENTS Furnished 1-2-room apartment.
DEFENSE I ARMED SERVICES I Utilities furnished Children J Practically,new Gibson refrigerator -

: FORCES j Y.M.C.A., 1 Cottages and apartments directly under 1 rear accepted. ':Apply t 10000. Apply; upstairs
rnor.iuM Jackson Square Whltebead on ocean. Private btach. Ap. I 915 Windsor Lane. .- oct -tf'I' 1503 Seminary St oct.1- tx
!t and Seulaard Streets I ply South Beach Motel '
1 1..JJb : .." ..... \JIIItj.ulmODUltnIlUIlUIIUIIIInf1I' octl-tf.; Four apartments available. 411 Radiance"-rose bushes, 60c each.

MONDAY William Street. oct8-26tx: Freema.n'0, 1121 Cathwma Sl

1:00 .-.JJ..100 PJkL Writing MONDAY. FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS i I ; ; oct38tKSmall
9;00 P..M-Juk Box Dance. '
Room. Pine Pong,I'j 9:43P.M.=Truth Small three-room :apartment far
Puol Tables. Show,. or Consequences Overseas Hotel low ratei Coffee couple centrally located, completely [size piano, light color, no

r*. Srwinc Mi- Show." Quiz shop bars oct2- 6t furnished. Telephone,, termites. Very good contli.tion. -

tItinttt. j i .0:1S P.M.-Dancing continued BUY 1147-J.. oct9-lt $200 cash. 1309. Albury
PM.tdtl P.1t. SDa h. WANT ; Street oet9-3tx
IWctMC'f"s ,Gasses. TUESDAY! Any g to be moved.
S -nont Benilde 7:!0 P.M.-Shirffleboard Se P.O.. Box 886. oct92txSerondhand 1949 bar, license. ..Apply 101
tarw: 00'the AND. ROOMS "(
Rersnon3 Instructor.TUESDAY patir Division Street Cct9-6ix
'(supervised).' ** : 'trucks in ,gcwd'can-l I" ,
100 A ), V '.00 P.MT Little T h e a'\&r dition. Call' 2 Ht after flWo'clock. 'Tar 'StHetel.. i4lO FlcrcSng
IIJe.-linr., for Navy J has Coconut plants .5 ft. high. 2c
'Group Street : an efficiency 'apt
We,... I Reeharsalj -.2 ,I and SQc. 1509
at U. S. Sub (Service personnel ) : and several sleeping rooms va Apply South
Base Dour ling Alley*s \'attfeiitf .YOn : cant. Low: weekly. or monthly -Street .octitxtf
2110 P.1I.-Sny 3ti ivex Swim.' : SALE i'i
anw ,take part. : J'.' rates. octlFO2
"***. U. S. Naval: FOR SALE-nAIl.EBS
RM PueL .. WEDXrsnAYt Ice crib freeing',waiC end busiftesKiUtnmntete :
lie J-U S Nasal 1 100 P.M.Horpital Fish 'Trip ;, For salesr: REWT-BUNGALOW ; '
hospital, 1948 Pontiac 33-ft. house trailer
YMUMNCCSIled.Cross. trade Clefs Duval SUret
.. Party juiwtty with, -. .' .- ;, O't8'lxf Two bedroom h ngV.. screened: $3,50000. T. A. Currj.' 22i -A

!- ... "ftnd Titcsdayl, Rid. Crocs' e ; :,: P.Jtf.--, (Oeboard Ses- f- .' Tjorcli .all electric, kitchen'Jvocar : Naval Housing: Js'-AS. Phones

WO l Jkl-U. S. Naval H tpitj.V% .ion' or the patio HELP' wAria-raALi: garage, beautifully landscaped. -J]t I 759-W. oct7-3tx.

E vrt.iner4 to the!r .c rvied)." No pets$1$5.00 ,per '
WrtU 3rd Tues-, -00 P.M.--'Ye Ok Country Praterbel1bcy. .Apply Overa'Rotel. month to'Dec. Zst..then'opstasonar -i FOR, SALE-BOATS
*' ,'I . .
e day.. Pat'ty'fc.aturirtg oct8-U to May 1st PQul't'T' --- '
Square Dancing, .:...' : Shop.. octltf 30-foot cabiii 'cruiser, with toiler
I M r.)WEDNESDAY :t Virginia Reels :and mJw 1 A-t.Ia1lL>; ; : S-fL, 8-in. beam. A-l condi-
I-IIeo P.M.-Bi11iards" Irish Reels, .etct'fTHtJRSDYi s Furnished Bungalow. 182S Fogw* tics, rfe._dy to '0. 123 h'p. Gray
Pine I"t ,
> .
n: Writing:t M +thw. need extra dollars? The I ty :avenue. oct8-2tx marine motor. Can be used
.. .li4n. Sewing ?Ja- I
f'hinH.ItQQ I 3:00' P. S:-.Classes big earning season is here for for commercial' or party boat

: IMI.-Hwpital Patients't in basic photo- Avon Representatives We have FOR RENT-HOUSES' 2200. Can be seen at Isla-
: Fishing Partv. era phy, .,:: an. opening for you in, lour > morada Fish Co. Islamorada,
joint; ft.30 P.hL- '' Fla. oct7-3tx
Pane, John community No obligation to
pre rwn. N.ddS..1 I Ppt. : Small house, adults cnly. ,No
i I rba-d end his Or. inquire Write. !Mr. Smedley. :
YMC.A. Apply 1113 Grinneil 1'
and Red pets.
CroM.IH I I ,cbfr.tra. Vocals.Lrth P.O. Box 1101; W, Palm peach 1 Street after. 4:30 o'clock: FOR SALE HOUSES

lL-Jfavr Wives' members: of Fla. octg-51 oc-lt..
the Theatre'Group. Waterfront home landscaped, lot
Fitness Clan. .
i FRIDAY: 50 furnished bed
REn\UJJRATION i x 100 two
2 M I'M-Navy Wives Club. Two-bedroom. house furnished i
I 1
1:00 P.M. Variety !! .two baths, electric
N te. rooms
; 621
1M II M.-Hex.rue Claw. fc Call 460-W or applY Can-
-00 PJkL Juke Box Dance. I Bridge, Pinochle. Immediate service, domestic pr i field- Lane. oct9-3U kitchen. Bargain for quick
I I I ; Movies: commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration 1 sale. Terms. Owner. 2313 Patterson -

THUT.SDAY SATURDAY Service. Phone 724-W :, 1 Avenue opposit Yacht
2*JOG P.) Seaplane Base Pool.!i 2:00, .M.-'Town Tour"; ,. vi ., oct9-CtX FOR RENT-COTTAGES Club.
I !
Nan Wives.
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photogenic' Key OC oct2-sat-tues-thurs-if
Furnished cottage, hot water. No
1 SO P.M. .GO P.&L
: Sewing. West (sign' in 'ad- STORAGE
pets,- infants accepted. Applyrear
M:.ehtn*. Typewriter. vance at the cl b.. 1012 Varela street up- 2tory. 10-rbom borne and property -

Writing Room,1 1nUDAT 7.30 P.M-8:30 PJ.1.-Voice' re- lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture stairs. oct7-3tx : with adjoining 2-room
Showrn. cording er commercial. Phone 798. building. Inquire 308 Virginia
1 t f &15 P.M.-Movies, announced octl-tf Furnished.cottage Street or Phone"1548-M.,
: 1128
2 00 P.U.-Soltball for Navy i 1 1 I at the club .- ltarvarat Street Apply or. Phone : oct9-3tx

Wives at Bayvwwf'f 10:15 PJvL. -, Second show ._ .. of GARDEN AND LAWNSUPPLIES 846J. oct9-Ltx
Park. same feature.

J.pD r.1L-rrmatal CbM. Department .'I SUNDAY! i Cottage. Rear 1021 Packer St For Sale! 'For Sale!
of Health' 9,45 A.M.-Java Club. '. :Sfjirt your flowers in waterproofpaper oc:93txFOR
Instructor. 11.00 AM. "Go To 'Church" 2V \lc..4rtltur.
flower pots size Home
.00 AM 00 P.M. '. Parties."
= Sewing I II inches. Al-x waterproof poxes I\EliT-aOOMS
MJIPMnc., Tpt"writ.'nt 2 00 P.M.-Class Hqur, 'an1 -' Fresh shipment of seeds from ) Bmiroomi Porte Coch ie.
\\ Room !1 nounced at the I storage room coco .nut rraf.
,. the better seed co.'s just, arrived Large well ventilated sleepingrooms
l4ltww itts.A Club. Key West. Garden & beautifully furnisked including
.. P.M-Dnrr, Orchestra -.'I 9:00 P.M.-::-"Fellowship Hour"Chaplain. Lawn Supply Co- 914 FlemingSt. with adjoining bath at $150 rcdia and nw lc-
rates. Young's Tourist
1 every other Friday,' Frertch .. TeL 1019. oct4-tf I summer Rest 1721 Flagler. 1172J. %iis Jcitchea. lots .f xtras
alternating with the. with Beatrice Moreno $7,000 FIRST MORTGAGE

White Hat Club! at the piano WANTED TO RENT tict8.3txTwo S,000 WILL BVY
i I Da nc-.. 10;00 PJ.I. Coffee Hour. '
bedrooms, furnt hed. Kitchen THIS PROPERTYWITH
: SATURDAYs :3 -bedroom unfurnished hoit e 713 Si-
: privileges. Apply LOW QI 4% LOAN
'"* FMt.-D..iAff Tnioi... 4 I GAME ROOM Chinese Check.ers. by naval officer and family J monton Street. uct9-4t\
.oGO PJkI--600 P.ll.-D..uingT. Chess. Cards Ping Pong Will lease for two-year period. | 11000.00

Rooms. Showers. ', Pool Writing Desks. Library, Call 9291 (Lt. Panela) or write FOR RENT-TRAILERS TOTAL PRICE
Current Magazines, Various Ta- ;
Box F.P. c/o Citizen
iota A.L.Communion Break. ble Games, el.e.INFORMATION. oct73txMSCELI.ANtOUS i Fred Dion. Realtor

fait.Whit* Hat Club,i'nis Rackets, Golf Clubs.DESK-Ten-Fishing ,,1]Furnished Trader or_comfortable Walter Beebc. Associate
I U.S. Naval Base,' Lines. Cameras. Checking Service sleeping rooms at summer rates, 524 Southard Street
I (2nd Sunday). I Film Service Mailing and Young's Tourist Rest, .1721 Flag PHONES;166 432.W or 91SO
h:110 1 Washers irons vacuums and ler 1172-J. i oct.7-3t -
;'.I.tP'a Swimming .
i Wrapping Packages Receiving Phone .
I fans repaired. O'Brjant -- ---- '-
Pool. Wiener Aoast'I -
Messages Stamps, Railway Express -
(sign up in advance) : Service. 1164-M. octl-tf j ,

lAf rm4iuo and housing trer r'I. SHOWERSTELEPHONE. BOOTHS.I I I Caroline Shop on Ann St. will I Far QUALITY FLOORS It's
It fJWps. reopen November Christmas -
!! .. Ifk-rature. library. Director shoppers will find a great- '. Inlaid Linoleum

Ie rapping and} GERALD FINDER, ly increased stock m gifts and I
ar packages. railway ex. Program Director. fabrics for slip covers anddraperies.
.rube. laundry pick-up' LILLIAN WEAVER oct2-9-16-23-30i i Kentile

: t. aU defense forces : Secretary
fate+ihes DOREEN CRUZ Swedish massage treatments by :
MRS. E. S. COUGIIUN. | Desk Aide registered practitioner. Five! Asphalt Tile I
.1- Cxrcutivr Secretary. treatment for $13.00 or ten forr

MISS IIILDA CASTILLO .i_ In 1925, the annual new 2500. Fpr appointment tela- AW Colon and Patterns for Every Room
575. oct9-tf It I
Secretary. growth in American forests was phone ,
t'climated lit 8.900 million cubic its the

..C- thinly shredded cabbage feet; 'in 1944 at 13,000 million PERSONALS j 1 SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY
wit and
mayonittu ;cubic feet a year. ,
ilMt>ped tMtnmto with corned. Poems wanted for milsical setting I _- FREE ESTIMATES -.g
bnf aeew h'TM One of the great unsolved puzzles Send poems for free ex- ![

is how,birds find their way amination. Five Star Music Key West Floor Covering Co.

e ats -2 dath by fire during migration.Subscribe Masters, 391 Beacon Bldg..
.. !" i 4ttrtage. in the Unit Boston, Mass.
., "..teL 'To The Citizen. ,oct2-9-16-23-SOx 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stets

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: : ,+'!National.t- 'Business and Profes- give facts concerning the It.atf( '

: : siM a( \ l'Ilen.s' Week will start legislature. 1 a tw asdf I

i....Atwn&f rowand extend through I On Friday October' 15, Cir !r .trt.t+tEe i
Gulf tlat
e ,...*.6lifUr : f "Ihw'Key West Business and I'Business and Professional Wom- $ bC ire.fl.w 4h444N.

: 2" Prafn t "plmfccd1 in 'connection' with this of the senior class-of the Conventof ni lags hs. tire. tatlttll
9 s.q net s ?gal observance, a week of act -!I Mary'Immaculate will visit the
e : 4 *t jviies, beginning with ,the Club I I.a I i city hall and observe the.processes m E V' ..
o attending in a body services at of city government. Report : ..
t .; Ley Memorial Church tomorrow 1\ General chairman for National
morning. I'Business and Professional Worn- IOb Pte.
+ Each'mini iter and priest in the en's week is Mrs. Marionne Si- Y t # .
.t community is being asked to mone. S.. w
stress the prestige of women, dur- Committee chairmen in charge .
ing services some time tomorrow. I'1 I'of various phases of the week's Ntgtis :

A "Bring Your Boss Dinner" is I!,;activities are Mrs..Claire A/len LoeFelt IIr1 Ott I
E scheduled for Thursday. October' reservations; Mrs. Doris Carey, religious F 1K.Pf4l1Py.
i Hat 8 p.m. at the South Beach activities; Mrs Mary Graham _, a aTuyl !
Restaurant. Mayor A. Maitland program chairman tics : ; .
Adams will be feted as "the boss Gertrude Laubscher/ vors: Mrs. Mlet !i raters .
of Key West. Raymond Lord will Blanche Miller posters, and Mrs. Tui.t t+t+l. east .
be the main speaker; and State Grace Crosby program coordinator. Easa s tut aarwlUT e.
Representative Bernie Papy will $ /iLae. r .

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11Nfllhl-is School PT x at $i Aft,
A'Lltllnched. i
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1:9 Year Thursday Night .
; : /Re. L.y, A..M."AI. .
1 ;w A"*reception for teachers arid only winner in Monroe County of 4: s.

Y r' new members of Harris School this award. CARL BOLTON (left). 39, Is under arrest at Pontiac Mich, for I Seasi.eStner.R .e
.. Parent Teacher association. Reports were given .by various '
) 'a burglary, and police:>> say a warrant will be sought cnutog :1
Thursday evening, marked the chairmen, .
opening,of the194849 year for"that The'project' for the year is attempting to assassinate Walter *>. R uthcr. president of Ma eeteilrtlww ..
= .organization. (I"Building, a Playground." 'The the CIO United Auto Workers Union. Beltoa is escorted by>> ) -si .
t Mrs. Robert Dopp, president | first benefit entertainment will bea Stala' Police Lt. Joseph Sheridan who bed beta uailieg H.u- I .
gave a welcoming address to the ; Halloween Carnival., October thet's assailant for months. The union chief was shot through 'rims
new mothers, and Mrs. Allen E.| 29, on the Harris School grounds.Mrs. a window in his home at Detroit last April 29. Bolton a for t
Curry gave the response. \ Dopp appointed five members mer -rice-president of a UAW local.
Professor W. E. Fowler gave ai to-attend the county council -
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brief talk on the subject "Teach- j meeting to be r)eld in the high HWs .
inj Fundamentals of Health school auditorium .3:30 p.m. Oc- rw.k
; t .a M
stressing three points(1) "I'tober 20. All parents are invitedto I Ii'
r.ervice (2) the teaching of attend this meeting.Announcement ___
in the class room and (3) providing was made of the .
activities. PTA be held \ lUfvr****
physical | state convention to .'. .. j/
New teachers and members of ; in West Palm Beach, and the as- wf 4 cS. ( Tt**<
the safety patrol were then introduced i sociation expressed the' hope of sutwtu
by Professor: Fowler. j sending a large delegation of par j 8&Wa ......
Mrs. Dopp opened the business! ......... -- ...
session by reading the devotional j ents.Mrs.. Magdelaine Huddleston I H. N..... Ihr.a.
thought for October. She also out-1 and Miss Hugas were the teachers 1rIF'-A ,.... ... ..
lined briefly the work to be ac-1 whose rooms won the attendance t ; Beee QIIMfs..Ir.
: t "complishedby the association awards. Thedoor prize went to ...." .. .....
S that it might again win a Blue*Mrs. Bertha McCormell. The so- CeMse ......
; is Ribbon' Award. Harris School]social hour followed this meet Ina. std! + M''
s Parent Teacher Association is the >ing. ...

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CLa For Girl Festival Planned 144M.i......
Changed meM.....
>> For Hallowe'en .,
.. .:'pScput Council Meet,\ r- fa) 'I1r r'"
Mrs. Conchita Martinez .
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tainment chairman for the Con Brief /frm fInlvrwt > .
of those interested in Girl j
of Immaculate Alumnae
vent Mary
Scouting in Key West, has been : I -
'hangcl.The group will meet at j Association requests any InHELP WfHHe'

Wesley House, Monday, at iflO1pjn. ( alumnae members who are inter- I
., instead of in the home*of i ested in a Hallowe'e Festival be- xr ..... a s..M arts
:Mrs. Ralph P. Craft. Avenue E, as : ing planned by the association tc (.''"'- tie.ew
was previously announced. j meet Monday at 8 p.m. in her i.....a e iglu a ei. o
Plans for Girls Scout Week; home, 407 South streetCalendar : ire .wa.r; fl... wIr
(October 31-Nov. 6) and. the formation | std l' er1M mash .....
of a girl scout council are| Of j .... Uaas .. b..t ...... ....

to be the main consideration of! i ,, -
this meeting. I, Events Itlwi b... ItlftuMM rear
Mrs. Craft will be the guest I i Coming II ....- .......... ..
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speaker and tell of her 20 years ; '. \". .
of scouting experience. |, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9- i.ji ......... ...... ..... -
All leaders, assistant leaders '!; Ladies' Night at Key West THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD CHILD BRIDE Mew Mary SUaler r'". .ee6 s.eM+ w.. ...
Yacht Club at 7 .. Mltl .
committee members former coun- ginning Hester settles down ta study her second grade school lesson Ia1.i w. .
members and interested |, pm.SUNDAY..
cil anyone I while her SE-year-cld husband. Truman Hester peels potatoes. -
inseeing Girl Scouting ,, OCTOBER 10-
pro- the kitchen of their home at McMinaTille. .*na. They weio tNet
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gress in Key West are urged tojattend '| Rainbow Girls meet at 2:30 p.m. ::=t
married bf a Baptist minister at Rouyille. Ga. Oct. 1. The' ae.w eds'
*this_ .meeting, it is an- ;i in regular meeting-place.
tie i nouhced.' i[I:MONDAY, OCTOBER si- I bridegroom is a lumberyard worker. ...,

'1 (I: I Meeting for progress of Girl ___ __
PTA I a Scouts in Wesley House at
p i ijiiliiillt, I According to CumuMMiMt phi
5:00 p. m. .Do You Know ThatA losophy the dKUUxthip of UM WANT
Review of "oleos" for East
4 1 Meets Monday In Lynne". Barn Theatre. 8 pm very small once fashionable 'proletariat is the htfhe form ut NO PI
Convent Alumnae meets with bonnet of the 1850's was called j\i democracy.
School 'I Fountain
Auditorium! Mrs. Conchita Martinez. 407 "Kiss-me-quick. '
r South' Street, at 8 P.M., to I! Eton College in Engtwd W.
Poinciana PTA will observe Na- Plan Hallowe'en FestivaL Lenin himself declaimed that founded in the lith c uurjr *ti' Manager
tional PTA Month at a meeting TUESDAY OCTOBER I2Woman's ,with him theory was "not a dogma ing the reign of H twy VI. MtAt t sASIodw.
October 11, 8 in
Monday, at '
p.m. j Club meets at 3:30 p. but a manual of action." ,
the school auditorium. \ i m. in Woman's Club Building, i The hiss of big seeks like p.,- .
Mrs. Annis, school nurse ap- Duval street. thons and boa cu.a..t1 era L1VHM QVAHTCft*
In the 1848 the
pointed by the health clinic will I year strength:
considerable IIMawee
be heard a I AVAKJUIUC
of the United States
"The Army was
speak on Healthy-Family,
topic of the month. Mrs. Drink- I IT'S COMING! about 8,000 men. ;,I! Read The C.tuen's ClassifiedAdvertisements. 222 MAl STEUT
house will speak on what the -
The great days of the historic
health department is doing forour -,-- -- ---
community. Santa Fe Trail was from 1821 to
Gerald: Saunders will lead the 1880.

audience"The: need in singing.for action 'is greatin The modern pronunciation of Foi'-.SA
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our schools. Come out and help the Fifi (Islands) is "Viti." !I

your room be 100 per cent," Mrs.
A. J..Johnson, publicity chairman Some 15,003 acres of forest
-fH : t lands in the West and midWestwere
.. ,. sprayed from helicoptersand .
-y Truncheon I ., -1. airplanes this summer by
.'tz\- Meeting I the U. S. Forest Service against t White i
insect pests. _
1 4 OfF. Officers OfWives

j f'f'I, Tuberculosis Ass!,. I The Dead Sea is called by the i
: lUY Club Arabs Bahr Lut (the Lake of 1 NEWSPRINTj
t'.1 1 1
;' ; ..l Meets MondayA Lot). !
t }-The Officers Wives Club will j I
,baye.a luncheon meeting at 12:30 meeting of the Monroe! The Roller or Blue Jay. is to
Friday. October 15, in the Commissioned 4" County Tuberculosis and HealthAssociation i II} be seen everywhere in Siam. 500 Sheets *> r .1
Officer Mess, Ft Tay- : will be held Monday, I tr e
lor. No hostess has been named!, October 11. :j It is said that a multitude of /3CArtman
for this meeting. I j I I The association's members will l new members were admitted to : 8'/2Xl1. J
Election of officers will, be heldI I gather in the Monroe Countj Hthe! Communist Party in Russiat Is
end all members are urged !! Health Department building a"ij during the war and that about
tend. Reservations must be made j|i j 7:30 o'clock that night. ,,40 per cent of the present members t I
by noon Wednesday, October 13. 1 are newcomers.
it is announced.The I I The slang "Hot-shot" was in I I -
I use in the 17th century when it. The bill establishing a two- l PressCITIZEN I
United States now has:I meant "a foolish inconsiderate 1 million dollar National Institute
more than 2000 professional foresters -i}fellow." of Dental Research and provid-
at work in private forest i ing $730,000 a year in grants for BUILDING + PHONE 5HI..n +
industries, double the number''' The last Nantucket Mass. research was passed by the U. S..l !

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:I 909 Simonton Street : : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : It EIctrical WE REPAIB :ti .to( '1:( .-:.
: Owu.nhip.. M&Ja.i.lDut : i WE SELL, t I. i POOR OLD CRAIGService i I
N IIERKY FElUfAHDEZ plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; I :
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SEE OURSIiCWING : Will Call For ud DeBrw. WH STAR1CLEANERS Station
: WILL RE OPEN Electrical : : Years' Ezperlenco la Electrical WesV' '. i : : ..,:
of .. r-7- o J. K. BRADT. Mama..M PHAttC ills :
SOON ,........rvwWVAO0.ey.%........-...................l..... \S I;; i..LcaLL 211 Dual:S restTELLPH01tbtu' ; ':.' MamjbtaisJt. Prep. :: :.: made ... DtrteVooi .....* .,..S

'" ':' ELECTRIC ,5.AAAAA .:m DUVAL.STREET : Tim. TUDCC Batteries Auto AetcnorUTonr -I
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: Tempting Fresh FRUIT : PRITCHARDFUNERAL : I .1 cud Pressing24HOUR'SERVICE :
PIES will bo aavilablo : Your Patronage Invited"Ice : .: .. RUSSELESiDRY : i Body and Fender Repairing !

: shortly at BENNY'S : Cream Proprietary Medicine : .1 Free Pick.Up and ; :
MOTOR COURT -Dalfrairy Service : AUTO PAINTING :
.......*....e........... : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : GOODS a;: .-1 ft. SUITS;for''MEN" :
................Preparation..J..........and....Article................: HOME 1106 OLIVIA STREET : -I :and WOMEN : : AUTO AH0 ::

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M o o> Let Those Serve 1iONE '282 : BODYSHOfUJIEEMC :
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GOMEZ Who Serve Best ; ;, -= ': ?",,' '," *............................................
: 220 DUVAL STREET __ : WE HAVE NEVER in .o e.eeee" *>ee. .........................................-...

FURNITURE CO. : Easy and Blackstone Washers .: : BETRAYED A TRUST- : .w : i 4 GLAMOROUS? i
: : i : Women'.and: 'JChitifsn
: H8 DUVAL STREET : : Electromaster Ranges : llQPfZ[ : I Cd s.t Fee Fan WMb' ,.. ... :
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Ambulance ServiceTelephone
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: o Nationally Advertised : : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : : .. .. 'oJ : : r:
: : Products (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : r 548 '-:" /*. :." Fuhfirar Sem i
: *Delaware Plastic Floor : : 333 iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaooaaao ce : .. Cold! Ware Ftnaaatftt :

Covering .... *............_...PHONES.. .................9150_..J...: : Nnel'S1eepa : Apparel. ,i.*,: I ..&VUisfaedv\. !.= nf', '' 0' A salt, naturalUut I kis. '
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''Directors and : VIe GIetnuut'
Radios ': : /\ of ytni the Now s...... ;

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: OPEN TILL too P.M.. : ContractorftFREE f Ambulance) '6 Appointment CAROLYN 888 :
MON. and PAINTING : Now :
S..........*eeeeeeeee SAT. .. : ESTIMATESALL WORK GUARANTEED.;:.'f. ,f. .%''w. S&fvice. .' ...,. I: : Te1.175 OTtnaaa Hotel !!I9 Doaataf" aH. :

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: Telephone 8117. U& Duval Street Jattarson HotaJ, i :
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..Key We t Fla. r. : : : BEAUTY NOOK
ParagerR'preaeataliyctt : PHONE 1374-R : ts' : t. K a V..Westfli.: : Scientific Beauty Culturo :
: j : \ : in All Branches. .
Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Applir4e.f

gf ,: (1'J1I)" : Wa>liinj; Macliiues for Immediate .DcljTtiry,. ; "..r. ',f .$,OUVE JRS 4 :: Thoroughly Operators Cxpori ac 4 ::

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Fire Insurance Customer. Friends and the PuMsr IlLlisrt :

!\ : DR.OFFICE COBO'S ,: :. DD m.rc bldg.dwellings a n house t 11 o* by INSURING withAtlantic ::. ? Landscaping. ., .j.j jTOP .s.: ...''', {SPONGES'',:_ ', i Frances Beauty Salon :i

: : rUCMXNO STREET : :. bold was and eft per cts. Mutual Fire Insurance (c. .: :: SOIL MARL$6.50 HAULED.PER YARD$5.00 or for$1.00 4 YARDS.PER.SACK'\,..' r J .:. '.Will SMni".to'Air Port : : Frances Patk.EU.Ow STREET." :: :. i

: Boat oi Lo Concha Hotel : Save 15% on AU Policies NonAssessableJ. ; : Aho Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Vary. Reasonable' _. ) ,. b/l7-S., .of Canada : : 1010 GlWC : "
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: : GOLF COURSE : 22 St. B. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 and .. i
: Open Daily Sunday Afsb? t --Salet3' : HUESO

I; : Cushman Motor\ Scooters 5P3LtolA.M.&t ? I ... -:. AQptaisalA .: BEAUTY SALONSoathrnmost
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Dinners x House :-
: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery i COMPLETE "i L Ciaea : lathe U.s.A. "' :
FTRICE Also A La Cart and Sandwiches .r '" .' ." : 1100 DUVAL STREET '-
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money yon s.e other ALL OTHER COMPLETE: COVERAGE f -1' 1ltL1lLT0R : : Mechanical MASSAGE 1
; m+Qw of transport doa.p y : ** '.m i .f til..nemlna Street ; .. ..
: for a CWinun. Com ia for West Insurance Open Mon. Wed. It Fri J : :
: Harm Fun// : tra* laf ormatioa.eeee Key C o.31 .; j S .tt l> .V7Titih.dtra .1 : Ev.aia4FAVlwiatm.abAr. :

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Our Customer B.Satisfied : :
: w. Buy DIAMONDS and : } <'ICr
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at N. '1. 2 Bus Station
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KEY WEST JEWELERY : .Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : t -CompanyfaOOo4ooo : School Supplies :

I CO. Silts Flaming St. : : O Packaged Goods ...........512.....MARGARET.......... STREET ? J :
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You Co : 707 ..WHJTEHEAb. .. STREET. .. .
: : Moving, Rtlutng.or; Shoring Houses, Garages, : : Under the N.w Ownership and Mea.'*.... :
Food Shopping( : .
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11 ,0 : INSURED" CONTRACTORS '.: : ESTIMATES GIVEII-TelePe hunt. 1512 : : and Tastes In A Wide /',;#"* K
1 : : ]BV All Work;Guaranteed ". .: : Corner Whitahead and Carottsto Stroota ...... MH :

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.Repair 9 Seicage : : g.- USE YOUR CREDJT :"'WIll : CAS CORRAL 822 DWAl STREET : I Ir&

Tk Foundation of TodafsIdW i : Men' LadicV and QiiiMs-Wear : Specializing in Spanish Fool: Sliest Or deft :

: PJtwUaf : Prompt Reliable Curtain Dtapery.Ce ItCI1 : .REASONABLE.. : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS ; : and Seoioods ANY OADfX A LA CARtE :
: Mr. and LI:.. E. T. Corr... M.r e4 OWMM- :
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[ KEY add. the the skillet soup ant,tightly rnsoclnef.n &ni finishpooktnt OO'Y- ,. FustUMr$ CCMftt3.W1LLIAM at7

; I iI WORSHIP SER.VICES little water aver or' very chicken' )ow broth heaL ttt9Ybe A Between Sna a*. trbslNe/

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,/ I Tnj: Rev.t G. Leon !Wells, Pastor Of Old Stone -Churchy{ Will Speak At Night 6n V 1WMA.M At*/tfIf., Sup* ;-

Methbdfojneii's' Members To Be AtKvening Grace Lutheran
Morning; Services In Ley Memorial [ MOlWlftft WtMtMIIf'I

Memorial Methodist Church Other News Notes Church "C.astaI TMa.- a
; ;: Services; In Ley ; (Aatfc*** by Jftttfa* awMlal

sG HIS PETROtftA! STREETDivine 6 iu Pit.GEMM. C'daun '.....u uraa .
+ r"llxttt \Atcal Protestant Churches Given For: Benefit( Of Worshipers f4 P.M.

Rev. O. Leonvena.. the> ,, vUl; preach, at 10.59 c...' 4 I Services WOHJ*** .*
JU Ae I1r.t 1i!.rhodi t Church. Eaton and Simonton streets tie pastor :
toagaow. m "Cod. Out Fata r*. the first of a aeries on "Our-Faith". based oa The Lards Prayer. New members: will ba rec "AM"tmh'lle-

*v* 7:30 P. M.F.II. .1 1 ,atlseui 'I' ...

tt< ...It '" Earl nIlo n.l music dUector at.tbe Key West IuniorSenior .Riga ,SdtiQL.will !sing. 'Love'Di"jn r by long i w'... 1130 Dlt.. ...... '

-n. t+w+ai'a Pray.-N, by Nc1oue... will be stint by Mrs. Orion Rasst1L = ZUCKEII, Pa.tee r.... 7,,.. y__ P..plera :::I .
i At 71 11 P m 1M: pastor wW preach OD 'Marrlaae" a'l the the second iD the:series. .of sermons to young psople.l: -I AAAH. ,

Meh tslwtte .R..J..i.. ....... M1e Pnul Harridr k: and Mrs. N. P. Nelson will sing the. trio cumber. "he Christ of the Cross". by r.I -- '
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xu71,. eath.m bNthe"diair :wOl be "Come Unto Me"* by Franz'Schubert The organ "

I .umb.r. MM bo "Pfoyerfrom Tinlandia", by 1 JY Sibelius and Sweet Sabbath EveVby J. services the subject will be, I : COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH t'# i

I L.ybaCtL5radey Talkirg With, God"' '. < P) Wirephoto;!
School ot the Feat Methodist Church "meets at. 9:45 OJTL.. with all officers and i Services will be held tomorroyr : 1

tract** erpec ed to arrive by 9:30 ajn. Betty Ann Russell wi lead: the meeting ol the M th-I:at 11 aon. and at 3 p.m in the I HERE ARE TWO 01: THE 44 WHALES which swam out..f a FLEHIi STREET METHODIST[ diOl i

J odtN Youth r.Uawlhia" at c 20 p.m. : bThe ,Poinciana Baptist Church.a' rough sea and delib.rci lr beached themselves la apparent mass

Rev Robert; W.-Wearer, pastor of the Ley Memorial) .t : I: Divine services will be helJ at I suicide at Crescent BeaCh. Fla. Most of them died quickly u : Corner. FUaaiac aW WUIua .... i

I Method Cfcuch.: trill preach on. "Who ii is a Good Citizen*. at j jeervke \j **fc '7:30: p-m in the Grace: Lutheran the rough surf rolled them- .Gnr In the..sand A few: remained : REV. J. B. REID. Petes .
'' tomorrow. There will be services :Church. J aliT. and efforts draw them back into the .
ta eTOW at 10:50(): ajn. Evening worship will, be at t I were pnad to ocean. C
J Church School will
Rally Day
I 1 at 8 p n...Wednesday.. j '

r I ,t 1OQ TKe o'doek.I Rev. I J. B. Reid pastor- of Fleming Street Methodist I II !:,'I The*Rev, Melrose First: ,-Presbyterian.S.: Avery|t I,be Methodist observed Church at Ley 9:45: Meixnii Sunday) I ;;:..........;;;;.)i l.ehivr- macaroni, -cold* diced,1 i CHURCH SCHOOL 9.4): AJ-L a..... Pw Ml a1Ml.. 1

i Church. will occupy !the pulpit at both services tomorrow at ,pastor of the diti- 'morning. A play will be given THE VETERANS :meat,and a cheese sauce may be Merrill .....ton,. CeMn4' 8 er4.s.nJ r 111 sMurn
I I IorSO CI.I'L and at 7:30 p.m. 1 1f '" Church, wiU'spt.'ak on. "Our (during the teaching hour. ;l'combined to make a casserole .

f 11w1Wwtt. Mrateous- will will ""Constant :zenship in Heaven" at the 11 :,n.| The Business and: ProfeSicnalWomen's dishf; top with grated cheese : ( g, Ser lre 10..H Jcs..L1 !
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1 |e< the <..>.....< ."f MTmon' to bed on services tomorrow. At 7:30: 'p.Jn.j j jt&e Club of Key West will CORNERQUESTIONS Serve with spiced scalloped tomaJpes -
Triumphs Christ" at tomorrow attend the worship serv- ,, Youth bath FJ4
in morning FeHowship.
and beans cooked only :
I ,h..Pi>.4 k.* the tUv George Me- I'I'I morning's services. His subject at :, Young People's ,Group will u]ice. Rev. Weaver will speak on the i ..............-.... .-. tender-crap.snap Song 'Service. 7:" PM. i
I M*,y Kay .***. ctf the Tint Rape beAd I hold services.Underthe directionof topic "Who Is A Good Citizen I 'rill .
the evening worship will Miss Carol ", will AND ANSWERS : Eveiung Worship ?.... .'ca..a. :
tort Gt.wr. *. ell Umwow morning Evening Worship service ON PLEASURE : : For company dish fry ctuck-f ..
ventures Christian Living"Are '
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.rr. *;* at Met* a... *O Thins "Baptism =- Its Significance be at 7:30 .with Rev. Weaver en and make a cream gravy .: REV.: REID; WILL DELIVER BOTH SCAM** HM AT :
Sin Disease and Death'Purpose and Practice.' will be bringing the seraon Veterans often 'asx if they tan then add to the ..
,TfeMl LMMrt" wIM be the title of .the1 get GF loans to buy pleasure oysters gravy, -

'j ... ....... 1 llW evening.1I. I Real*" will be the subject up for'I subject that will i 'be discussed; 1 i"Hobby :: ]I II .[equipment Replies to'these' and l and serve. with bot.-biscuits. .1,"z----;-'- -....

\ Tt ... Jeta ... IVjrtsn. pas- discussion at the 11 a.m. services the 7:45 p.m. ,worship in the I I 1 I I!adults and. in annex .other Questions regarding Gl ben-'yellow discharge from the Navy:'

W "L'"* Hut MalftPliOlUlI in the Christian; Science Society Church of Christ. At the ,11 ,ajn.; the, church. efits are obtained from the Vet
f erans Administration and published -I may be honorable or other t than i Lev Memorial Methodist CkwrckTlte
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in this column by Key West honorable. If the Navy discharge!I

For Services :I Tonl'Y'Sr I r 1UItUDIlllllltllll lIU1IUlllCo':1I\ntlmlUcnnumnnmm: \ Citizen as a service to our vet- is dishonorable: ; the veteran; is ineligible -' ,I I I Chinch with aC W.sere.-
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I I ANNIVERSARIES erans. I for benefits If the Navy :era.. d DIVISION sal OCOMO1A .1......

: .1 I'oincianu" ; llaptist Church I 0' '(Know-America) ,. t Key West nDays Q: I wish house to trailer purchase that an I automobile can discharge tions other was than issued honorable under condi the' ROBERT \\'. WKAVKK.CHURCH : I's. ......

a a I laao-Harnet G. Hefner. fam
Will Veterans entitled to file claim
use during my vacation. veteran is
The t1i na B apt it Church r loW woman sculptor of tJer gerter- Gone ByAS Administration guarantee it..I:and- VA urilaetermine" whether' SCHOOL 9-44 AM.XL .

.iN' M & *lay MtmcJ at 2.30 ;ation. borrr In''Watenown; -l loan for the purchase* .the discharge was issued underdishonorable : A U.i HMII C.I'S..

I ......... pmerhmc services at Rev. Ray Speaks 'Glued tbet e. Feb 21. 1908. TAKEN FROM FILESOF A:; No. Loans for pleasure pur-1-' or other than honorable -, '
.... I vtfMMUfwC tomorrow 'naval Win&eld_ Scott Scl tey THE CITIZEN OF poses cannot be guaranteed or insured conditions. The latter also, I 10:50 .A.l'. Morning 1i'er4iIp
officer noted admiral ,
:i T1rp .f tane u due to the Tonight At Youth : rear OCTOBER S. 1S38 by Veterans Administra. I Iti6n. applies to blue discharges front.I
I ; in the .war with Spain born in] the Ser clU "ha U A ti+d a ..r
I Army.
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.bHrnnRit a minuter I Frederick mlmmmnrnnmmminmlr.n..lumcnnnnwaNew !!!:: :!!!
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tiee to Ml 1M of For Christ County Oct. Q* I would like to change the (Veterans wishing further information -*

\ Uuss.eb. Mss. arrival pulpit due ul I'II,, Rally I 2-;1845 1909....... 100 y .irs. ago) Frank t!,fourth straight York Yankees Wont Seriug3t"i won thgir neficiary on my .National I Service about veterans1 benefit I i (j:30 ')..11.. .1I.II'4Ii" 'fHHII ,tHetep.alti/e" f
Life Insurance have their
t without lettingthe
iwr.tiaia. may questions
1 Tonight :at 7:30 p-m the. Rev. Duveneck.. "'Cincinnati painter I:yesterday and ere no\.i;- world
I Rein. I old beneficiary know about it. ed by writing the nearest VA.) '- 7:30 )
... Aemee M. Ray pastor of I.George McNeil Ray'pastor ofjFinl {etcher, sculptor-and teacher leadirig .champions for three times in sun: May I do this ia J PJEvening Worship, ,
J5est 1Mp Mat Church, win figure in art t hu:day. an :cession. They defeated the Chicago -
Baptist Church will be the 1 rinfspiringgand a Yes. A
f I If I : veteran may change t
M tfceHMtUr Poimeitnalrnttl : .Wed:1Hda:1'1: PM... "Nish. Bwltr"Thursday.
\ beloved teacher ofgreat : Cubs. 8 bAn : :3:, the benefidlries'ofnio '
principal athe'Youth beneficiary or
f w unvu.I speaker influence, born in, Coving- First Presbyterian Church 7:30 ?H "Crate lftir ;
I tits .... cM v i services I I for Christ. Rally at- the First i ton Ky. Died Jan.tlia.., exhibition oil 1 sad watercolor : National Service Lifer Insur- White and Washington Streets ------._ -- .-J 1r ;
ana at time without their
.. --.c. Wta new tune f Metljodtet Church. .J.. 1860 Leonard :Wood.famed'. paintings wilLb! h5jiat( UK knowledge any or consent .* Rev. Melrose S. Avery P<:u>tor -.- -- ....... ..
I sastB. .. to eHt at the 1 I There will be a vocal solo by soldier dud administrator,:born in. Key West Community Art Cent I Q:' One of
: arms was amp -
1 I 14iis ss ....> rlMweh unul! lU, Connie McQuistan and other 'Winchester, N. Hr Died Au:!.. 7IQ21. _ter, ,begumuis .t? rrov i ,itated because may of injuries received SUNDAY SCHOOL
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a1t pa. w aria THE OLD STONE CHURCH
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r j jI I IIQIW And miuic while I was in the .uraeJ FARTS. i !
1 18Sl-EdwardtVt:;; briUiant Twenty-seven years alp.' the 'l .
services during World War IL Church Service
I ..*..i and serve on' ,editor of the Ladies Home Journal Mercedes Hospital was founded (firs Irlhudi-a)
tor..;taw >i ,dui broiled Wine !'I In nuking 'percolated coffee ,. author: o( aF classic "autobtpgt V/est' ind the theave'sary is being May I I want select and the type the firm of artificialarm I want: 11:00 A.M., : .Cornet. of EATON and SIMOItTOM 3fIilllli I

I. e..c. toHMtoM with allow the coffee to percolate,.,t raphy*tar l in Holland. Died Jan.. observed today rt the insti- buy it from* I Subject : G. LEON WELLS .....
M.. if de'irrd.Nw j after the water, begins to be ,,9. 1930. tution. Mrs.\ Maria: Gutzens 74 .A: Yes will be permitted* OUR CITIZENSHIPIS .
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-- > amber in color for only 5 to 10'J 1863-Gamaliel Bradford noted of cge. has been in change IN HEAVEN"
1 I I t... Y..k City harbor ll nutes.. If percolated too long I.biographer, "born In l .Boston. Died. years of the hospital tin.:v it.; fou. .13I to select, but the it artificial must be arm purchasedfrom of your !t Sunday Scrvicax; i
v.G JuG 11ft. water docks the coffee is likely to be bitter there Apr U. W33. tion. choice I 7:30 P.M.
I -- I I an approved prosthetic appliance : 9.45: A.M.. SUNDAY SCHOOL :
Young People's Group
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Harry M, .Baker. chief of the tract with Veterans Adrnini Under Direction ofMiQCaro1HenaiDg :
i j I Key West Fire Department poin\-I lion ron-I I:, << ofermi Silasa4e.. t :

I,ed out today that b. ". Q: To what benefits u> a $ .i Theme: 'Gad. the! FatfetV MM Itoel if ...... .

I g.h9k! 11 morrow Fire Prevention Week I eran with a yellow or bluet discharge \ 7:38. PIONEER GROUP : on "OUR FAlTrT. baM4 e. Tfc* a.-.r.. tlrw.... :
will be observed in Key West 331
a well as elsewhere in the United I entitled? WILL MEET -: C:30 P.M.. Meeting of Metha4M Y.vrtt r.rla.o. :
A A from
: yellow discharge : Leaden M S Bttly Ana fbi ,II I :
States\ I I the Army is dishonorable and the a Visitors. Friends and Members
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.' S Chapter 2fluads 1 1t land, he looked coldly at Corbin. behind t nun.. Corbin bellowed t r The Everready Star Club wil' Administration benefits. A t. Sermon un Marriage S."ft.nd.f tb.. a.t v w Mwuy .
"Irughta and meet tomorrow afternoon in the -.4 :
"I s'ppose. he said evenly. something; indistinct came
t reacfeeJ for It. ..l tell you that Judge Scott. plunging forward again his heavy: home of Mrs.' Fernando Can'Ust I :.: __ Special Ian llation To J i.t... ..... :
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s span ShedS Irfxunn and me heard arms ,eutthnut as though \he I t -- -
1 :::8" wiut gran-tared Datermed I II everything you told them other sought to catch George in them Jessie Watkins was named president 'Christian Science i: Poinciana Baptist
I .....l theta ellers.I Ii I gotta hand it t' you. and thus crush him in them. [ of the! Key West HighI I 1 I ..ItIIIIIIII1111t1U1.! ...
u. ........ headed for the irbin.[ You're Just about the George. sidestepped ..'aiunby>> School student council ani Harry Church17th
!most c'nvincin' liar 1 ever heard. struck swiftly and whirled away I[ of the senior Society I I
dews tha streetHtem Knight president
J wit toM .'kaow." fr a minute, while 1 was .f ,. he came,. Aashiag forward J" :lass at an election. hell Y".ter- and Eagle Ii Youth for Christ
a/h / run Dart ,luUain t' you t'rgot 1 was_the again, struck e 'more, hard. ,day. I of Key West Rally
he4ued. .u. In. aurprue.I one you were lyin' about. We cutting blows theft he wax away 327 ELIZABETH STREET I
worked our way around t' your again' Corbin',,tgared.with' rage 1-. I = Director.; KARATTOMGIIT RVS.M*.
be I Mkd. back window Corbin. and got turned slowly raised his Mrs. Maxwell Russell, who had Sunday SchooL 9.45 AJO.
'Y.. rr_ y.'..." Corbin into your storeroom opened the when George glided in arms and been visiting her uncle Leo Co- Sunday School. 9:30: A-M. I ., 7i30 o'CUHK.T:
again :
W > ..arpfcgr rl,pe4 off door a crack and heard the hull ,drove a murderous punch into Cot- '!'mez, and brother, William Russell Sunday Morning Service tMomiiig Worship
MMA< U .aetde cam sbow. It was. pretty good ony we I i
bin's stomach,pivoted and( with almost i in Cleveland returned home At 11 o'clock I FIRST METHODIST S CHIRUI:
brtund knew
airs Ir w the you were lyin' and that the same motion lifted his 11:00 o'Clock
ball heft better if I kind inda spoiled it f r us"Corbin same fist into Corbin's face. Blood I ye erday Subject: I = Corner EATON: and fttMOKTOHSpeaker 1ft...S toward" Uw end .' turned slightly and his spattered Corbin's shirt l -front t --l'l'ani "ARE SIN DISEASE. I 6:30 P.M., Training Union
Alberto Garcia Mia Angelica
Ott tt' and he looked down 'att ; :; -
yet watched the door hopefully, stopped I I AND DEATH REAL
air., sere Bst J''pose some.what eagerly George was motion. i George's fist came swing- Alvarez were married yesterday a I Evening Wor.liiu, Ii
heists v* you? 1 less. silent then Corbin suddenly ing through space and thudded in the home; of the b i JL's I Wednesday Evenings : REV: GEORGE M. RAYVocal
l Mi ''w )erked his bead around. George cruelly against Corbin'l nose wfyi\! !'sister Mrs. Frank Milord 1103 Meetings at 8 o'Clock 8:00 o'clock

.tMhb that 1mb grunted. a curious, crunching sound. Again i I Catherine street The ceremony I II Reading Room in the Church ,I
w .... .... an4 that I'll "No use hopin fr somethm blood spurted from Corbn's face. : was performed by Enrique E S1Ui'naUo t Edifice will be Tuesdaysand ,
; .....,. B"t 4ba"t let that He was panting now openmouthed pen I
ean' happen he said grull- Jr.Today /
IMMi up rr me.. !Iy. lie holstered his gun unbuckled his head bent forwarda I Fridays from 6 to t P.M. i I II f Public Cordially Inviled ) Solo, 1I""i1.fJ H4iw"
bit. his heavy legs quivering I and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M a: ,
hiM his belt
grinned and took it off. The Citizen in I
... evUly. tamed on his heel and strode to There 'was blood \pleats on his editorial says an -. C
and mouth. He'elosed bis paragraph"One .
he. msd and he went ke belt door.into the He opened it, tossed the nose mouth doubled his ft ts, moved reason for so much foolish : COME; BRIM& :, ; .\ MMK"4

..pusMsd Me doer shut. behind and earn striding street back turned Corbin again lorward...',.4 George met him. A writing is because many columns i aWnIl8lUlrlmI01A0011 I

heard' the door close hard punch that carried wrist- have to b:; filled! every day" I __. .
... gently. ;
ItanM4. strode U the deep into Corbin's stomach doubled Notice of Executor's Sale
-'i ...... w.drr the bar George stopped, picked up a chair him tip' .. 81\e 'punch i -
creaked and slung it across the room Victoria H. Huntl y of Rollins ( r.
is 0 tin door that came whistling upward in
... a..4. II. stared" caught his op another and swung iover an arching swing landed flush on College Fla. born in Ks brou"kIleighU ; The First Baptist Church
head then
whirling seat .,
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m the doorway it his jaw and straightened him.up ;i't;o
spurning the .
over bar.The
kin ft&ur ia whose long sent him staggering ---- HEREBY GIVEN( that the undersigned
and away OK NOTICE IS ,
f a -Guh. Iftaa-d wall.mirror_ behind the bar and Comer BAHAMA sad L'fete .sselsls
-'d '- ---- marine-- teemed the double tier of whiskey bottles woooiy legs. I as Executor o tie $sta&of Grace Lowe. deceased GEORGE MrM-IlLL: ; HAY Itinelr
: = stacked in He fell table forced cFlluFkUof ; ,
: f front of the mirror against a
..e.wadrn .with Corbin hungry/ disintegrated with a shattering himself upright again and moved will receive's,sled bid4.for .t the sale. :of( e in laws gulp.
sd. 1M .. Urorf* thrust bu Uf crash. A cry of rage preceded a away when George pursued him. one-story house> and'Jot C? !ocaUd lsttlte:: cot ,r1 of ..
ull-like! rush and caught with him the SUNDAY SCHOOL. fM AJ4.R .
...._..d. .heard the door stain by Corbin up near .
: ..-. It n M he Vw4 rooted toUrf George tried to side-step but the door. Corbin folded his arms over CHRIST Southard and Elisabeth StreeW l Kr stFlozitla. J:. 0.,. AM..
i I burly Corbin.. plunging at him his face but George hammered of Lot Two 1#\ri$ Square Sixty
cam up to theLNIy.itb and and known as a part 10:50 A.>I. !)1. '
'iiW like a pain-maddened steer him relentlessly gritted as he Ashby Von Phister Streets ..... li
51 and .M snatched leased ever Cor-it truck him and sent him spia- drove his punches home concentrating -. ((60)). up to and including 12 PM..(noon) o!October! i SUBJCCTl TH )HARVra W

ttt holster, ping able away George crashed into a for a minute OB hu burly. SUNDAY 21st. A.D.1948. Said propertf"wiUJMso1d for cash Ordfnalha* for tae Discern .J..A .JL.. ---- elreiss .e.
and Corbm. opponent's, body, then shifting\ to
\ U the spun far him[ blindly sent him swinging reeling at Corbin's head, rocking him with Bible Study 10 A.M. to the highest bidder and the purchaser will receive\ I for U f rUcal Yea. OU, I, |.... ta .. I. Mt< '

tof 14 II ward .**y. Blood flecked his lips and< powerful smashes. Cerbin's arms Worship . 11.,\.n. Executor's Deed of Conveyance. The undersigned f Morning Worsaip ;ervtrtt BBAPTIST < rt.... wltiwt tt. ... ...
the of down slowly and be an
it sagged
seemed tQ .
b1e brit enrage
i ild a flight.OMTM lee Cot aUhe more S e and fell sideways. himself anteing TALKING WITH GOD"Cenhig reserves the right to accept or reject any or all ; TRAINING HT ON. itM P.MMrs. .
swarmed over George heavily checked and Ulala aa... PJtses.
; breathing will be for Inspection from 4 .
Awnew. tal4. curtly. through his Corbin dragged himself to his bids. The house open
open mouth
".... ..*.. tticr.*. lag at him with his huge smash fists. feet. He came erect presently Worship 7:45 1MI. to 6 P.M. October 9. 14 and IS, For f further Information : 7:30 l\JI. '.' WI1IS
"twge went down again and turned to meet the onslaught "BAPTISM-Its Significance SUBJECT .ONE: THmQ 'WMOV u..aII -..;
CLftWLY Ce bia closed the tMhtMrly Corbin leaped On him but George George pivoting on firmly planted Purpose and Practice" see the undersigned. "
dNwrt. too he turned twitted way m time as.Corbin feet struck him twice more and Florida. this October 5th. 134*.
.. ea4' t$4 u. length of the came ruh on his hands Corbin fell like a poled steer WEDNESDAY Dated at Key West II SUNDAX SCHOOL,STUDY QWednesday. "' ""
stet....iJ Item Ufind it and and bees. George scrambled to struck'the floor 'on his battered i Bible Study. 7:45 P.M. JERRY J. TREVOR. 7\M PJ4. 9nF .
udi6pd. had followed bb feet ba ked after face, and rolled ovar'on bu back I As.Executor of the Estate of Grace .Lowe deceased. I .
....Ia:..e of the bar; now. tatty glance away backward ea.rtm. to-; his leaden arms outflung.Te __ I EVERYONE WELCOME I I ..1 .rtday 7 N, t.l.1r tee.s f ,.
sr:, a UB steady in his right m ak ; iQ there was notojngr} ( be aealf&L4Ia '- For Information Phone 810 ( .

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I Conchs-Bombers.1 Came-Sunday; I I: CROt" aElC AGAINST SAlN TODA'; SITE OF THE WORLD- SERIES_ GAMES- Cf CUEV LA>D -= ; I

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j III Fourth Game Of SeriesAfternoon ; '

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4Mn** ..*we_.*...t. ..ftU..*..tit. hw befu.e th en-1 the t! Allowed Five: Jlite; | BOSTON (NU i '-. f 1 1I 1i

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"-pIMm j >N l0 I For. d.p.uding ; Oct' 8 -:It .' M. McCorVk, If.4 0 J 6 0 i,0
... .ft u. Kriw .....,..on It JriI. si Gromek, possessor of the :I Elliott. 3b -._ 3 0 1 :I1 f*4t>
.. fr ....... Nee C rtehe. :ni 3 regular season record, as :; F. McCo'ick. Ib 3 0 1 5 1 0
*. Atwnar a*..>*e..s ; I. ,te pitcher fOr the Cleveland: In-v Con ster, cf .. 300100
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CU\\'l: : :, IOS for Boston, will try to re- j I h.
'(Bickford p 0 I 0 0 0 0 0-
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*. Mttetvie interest STEVE CROMEK' ," "-1; victorious over Bob Fel- Iler. j,! 0 "5 7 1
1 etaiM MH hale carp conteet I I JOHNNY ;SAW Totals29 24
who allowed Braves
WM u. anent e4 the Spam'I I MANAGER LOU BOUDREAU of Cleveland announces a--Struck out for VoLxlle in the I
IV .*. today ,.,
fbfe lni fen Austin. eighth. t
:, that Ste T. Cromck. holder cl a $ to 2 record: dozing tha regular I I :
MMM The- tat .f 77 .BEARDEN HEROIC ...
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**** Mt MM.* 30 day ahead oft MUCU.m piich in the fourth World Series g.... today.';Billy I I l ... .
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..nip mtMii.. I; won the first game at Boston on Wednesday. Sain beat: Doby, cf __h_ 3 0 .1100 THIS IS A RECENT AERIAL VIEW oi an overflow crewel at dUer. wsr .- it
TMCimM Day pr'OUaRwill!I the great Bob Feller who allowed the'only two hits.'Asks ss= 3"0' 0120: Stadium:; where the'third, fourth and'fifth fasoes .. th* WrM Srie wfll k.* ssate4 flit ..I. I

1Is./uds all t4.. tHrttb. of the ,r ._ ____ui 1.,- i Gordon, 2b __ 4 0 0 3 4 0 bowl hclds the major league record for seatisy hilt paid spectator *t ..pj.A ..fe ttBdfl
'*" ff.... blab wire acrobats tot t Keltnet 3b 3 1 0 Q'. 4. '0Judmch. I .
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.haws. Nt. all parte wf the country Build GrionAl Charles fornW: ; Hegan, c 3 0 1 5 0 8t .. Bases on balls: off Bickford 5' Ptnelll" (NL) right field. ftntrsd its tune ...sttalt MMIa1st ,
will ......... thee eatrsvtj7nra.: ITo Ensign !! Kiser, : rt Bearden p 3 1 Q 6 C, I .
lh.y will tttciude such stan as' Navy helping coach'the' -.. .; Doby, Judnich, Mitchell Bou- f. Time of lame:1:36. *&

U. Le VMe &.ry(" High Wire Islamoradar ] junior 'varsity linemen at An Y t ToWs28 2 5,27 16 0 *dreau; :Keltner). +.t' I i
T....... $eren Je the Musical napolis. Score by uuungs:' .' !t.! Struck out* by Bearden ti L None of the 17..backfkkl mm. Of the tMw e3a. .
...... r (Dark MJjlcCormick, F. McCormick -, UCLA ...... .rsnsd Nttsy.ases .. !
hue Golly the Rip. -<.. Boston (NU _. 000 000 (0000Cleveland ) on the football roster- l the Ups
)., aw..w It Not R. Brown of Miami i has Hyan), by Bickford Uud-; -, nfsitJ' of Carolina '
or perfect bal.: ; George, Sauer.Navy's: new (AL) 001 100 OOr-2 t South weigh
*met a..... and. many other The applied to the corps.-of army. engineers -I head coach,. directed*tbe KansasJtyhiwkel1l t Runs batted in: Hepan. ., nich). j I,r over 200 pounds., .," lI
,B eUy HMI will. prevent someLftatAr in this district for per- ; ,to two Big Six co- r Two-base hitS: Bearden Dark.!!t. Pitching Summary 1 1i i I I I I'i
1..., with a new mission to construct a groin'in ehamll; Onships. Sacrifice: Bickford. r Bickford-4 hits 2 rum in 3 i Jim ruchv Olympic shot put
P+w.... U t* erected' anywhere in, Hawk Channel off hu t g Double plays: Dark,Stanky and;::1/3. innings! ; 'V< the Ytttted sisal.. propertyat I' Eighty per cent of fthe players F. McCormick: Bearden Gordon, runs in 2 2/3 innings; Barrett-O 1 i field for Yale' football (quad.I I cot"fHE
tin mi euae are expected' to see Islamorada on the University* of' .South and Robir Keltrer Gordon hits 0 ru.Din\ 1 inning.
.... The will be built of rub- W on; I MILL
IK eVww e .. "March Champs groin Carolina football I. I
varsity .are war and Robinson. Losing pitcher Bickford. AU five of tM leading trot* I
.ns" _a..t. Three paying the ble ston and will extend 100 veterans. : I Left on bases:. Boston (NL) 3. Umpire Stewart (NL) plate.. winning bonea-Styuue, Armed St
"".g..UeU n fe* of ".00 will be feet from the high water shore CNE-eEARDEN---; AL NL Citation and Whu-a\ft fizz Croon
Grieve Barr
j( Cleveland (AL) 7. I ( ) first tw.3e. ( ) Assault ;>
peed. ckU for thee two line and will be four feet wideat Only six :seniors are listed on Earned: runs Boston (NL) 0, second base. Summers (AL) tlynl -hare. raced at Hukah. ; &&&& &&&&&&&&&. ,.JyIAl1 !
...",...dHiC eh..d. the top. the .University of Alabama's.46- IN YESTERDAY'S GAME .of I _.u.__. _. ____ _.--- .
1. u..u.n..l Parade No hearings will be held on football
man squad. Twenty-six
the World Series. I Gene Bear '
wtilA .emiime at 4 pm." on TueOrteW *- the applications, and anybody are sophomores and 14 are Q v ; x s set
.+"i./- Iftth. in downtown objecting granting the permit juniors :" i. den. who pitched: for Cleveland l
w-... II.. etim.aed' that more may state the objections in a let- I r was about the whole)

MtaM a qw rtr of a million po ter addressed to the engineersin Guard Bud McFadin. k2 40-( show He allowed the:Boston
pie. wilt wrtne th<-> parade Mia Jacksonville or at the sub-of- pound.sophomore inember''oVthe ;;
M U<.4M4) sill bo tie, scene for ice in Miami Beach [University OZ' Texas 5 f fooU&n.t. Braves onlr five bits: poled a
tte. 40 not a pare Is on Sun lay, squad is heavyweight wrestlingchainpioq double and a single at bat_and
OHobrr } th Subscribe la The Citizen. of the school ? fielded his position flawlessly
: '
-- -. --- ---.---- that
-- starting double play
'----.i; : 'r helped subdue the Braves 20. tI tyz's'

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'twp hits. One of the' two hits
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K 3 t seeped' the run that won the game.I : .
.: t4Ay I t.I Yesterday it was Gene:Bearden,
iw. Cleveland pitcher, all tna,way lie

...... .. .: >> ".t allowed Boston five'hits, but kept
., < '."'. '.. ..:..1 .. ': ', '. them well scattered*Bearden: doubled -:
: to score the first run, and his BU! TMi
,::1,: ": ;- : I single helped in the scoring of the-i faf 'rit ,,, 4yo
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et ,
,. I "Bearden, besides pitching aid: 1
r also fielded his
hitting well :
+ I position
# '. ..: ; ..t. like an experienced infielder I ty
Bearden handled six chances c\
a yeC! +1' {perfectly, including the starting '. aJ
# \ I I of a double play in the fourth inning
that jerked the Braves,to a. to>''ee
halt.. The Cleveland pitcher issued pc f -
no passes and only* three
Boston runners were left on bate )say
Boston Braves have scored only ; 4

I two runs in the three Woild Ser- r.a s. l
II br ies games. One they won the ga -
x with on Wednesday. A second men -__ (_- _

1 they got on Thursday while:yesterday _
they were without scores, I

1j j : (Jft) Wirepnpto) I VR Coming Counselor HereFlorida y i POWER PACKED AT ATDG'::

j LtAD-OFF BATTER TOMMY HOLMES. Boston right 'fielder looks,at l1e.fint' pitch delivered' :Vocational Rehabilitated: 1 y
br Ro*ki* Lefthander Gen Bearden of Clr Ur.d in the .third game cf the World Serie*' at Service, which operates underState the

Cleveland Friday. It was a ball. Bhind( the pla t& axe Catcher Jim Hegan and. Umpire Bill Department of Education, ii-

ft Jew.... Th* Indians won the ...... 2 ',0" informs The Citizen he will be -
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.. I Leslie J. Biffle, political adviser l. ..

OF THE THREAT OF WAR!! BIRTHDAY :the to Senate the President Democratic, secretary Policy of i : T '---._# -- ''t

Com. born at Boydsville, Ark. 59 I. : : fV! 1f *
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I BT EDWARD H. SIMS \ ......"....AAA.ABRIG. years 111:0.Gobind: : .
; Special Wuklagtoa CorretpondenS of The Citizen ;; GEN. WALLACE HAR- York noted Behari science Lal editor of I lecturer New-I I ..
WASHINGTON Washington i 1. growing jittery over a posfeLU RY GRAHAM. born Oct. S. 1310. and author, born in India: !, 58 >.. : .
sudden war with Russia. Once again, for the second time at Hi h1and. Kas-, son of a physi- years ago.George. '/ .- F S
fa* a month the atmosphere has suddenly darkened. One rea- clan and sure Whitney president of J. S I /i /,. i.I i.7. S
geon. H-;:; P. Morgan. New York born in
eoa residents hero think about a war more than the average e1K tish family'belonged Boston 63 years ago. : b Announcementp 4 ,
Cozen: la smcHer towns is the almost certain prospect that the + to the, .Joseph.J. J. /Joe) Rosenthal of : t
national capital will be raided in the next year. ;same clan as "SflFrancisco, noted photo journalist \.: .f .. .... ,. ..
'StWalter ; born in Washington, D. G, : vUi.)liii_ d3 -- -? .: .
Scott As a 37 ye,rshgo. ;. 1-- '" 4 ,
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Di-'pavid S. Muzzey of Colum- >' ) irI
ever the Arctic Circle is the shortest and probable route of Red en-joyed bia University, famous' professor "4 ,< t '. ;:/ i :
emeritus of history born Lexing .. : '" '-
ottockers la the event of war. and won a ..i*- ... !
ton. Mass 73 years ago. > ,-' : 1 -- .; -
After ;he three western powers broke off negotiations for Cplden Gloves Dr.*--Arnaud C Marts of New ; : ': -' I.
settlement of the Berlin crisis the official attitude hers becameverfpeesimistic. Sectional cham- York famed financial counselor, .., .. ... ,. : i>" L
State Department officials admit for the first 1;.w.n .Ore..k.. pionship. H c philanthropic- institutions born at 'ii' x 'f' sc.: I
time .&bat U the Russians try to take over Berlin-by forceit got his M.D. trait Creighton at Reeds Corner N. Y. 60 years ago. t.' / -:. .' ,i. ..-' .' i I
to wtil this mean matter war.also.Owftm Britain. and France.. are described as resolute City Omaha where and practiced he 'wa1.a in friend Kansas of YOU WILL COME : ; t f

of tottb. hewn and buildings, and were to go when Harry Tnnn n.VM. after the TO 222 WHEN YOU SEE t r : tI
fcuMnns HtafcfelHRftrt* in war, made Graham his' White
U declared. No one wants to HUDGINS S
war ii
WtoKintton ttrmaily wonder if be sight-seeing at the Capitol the House-physician; ,. '. '
tfcejr will br tawitorf sy time day war is declared. PRINTED IN THIS I / !t
noon War ttk M the pest two Every day there ore 1,690 fires PAPER??? ,. I-
suaa seeress to MW d.eturbedthews Fog is a cloud at ground level in the U. S. on the.average.
kIt* wp imtil the prrtent.f h 5 '
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wrtfc a Cureeeui attitude here f;
ta WM 4flitaa Europeans have of .,( mL D WII CW Present i
Inn* Sine bwnwd to take wart The Makers &! n c ;

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I frwMrd sow about the situation '
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mttttons of square mile 5 U N STORMSTOPS are "always k t .... .- .., ,4
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aeae territory. The Reds have WIND I RAIN I and night, rain or shine,the '
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tried for ten year to do-but and STORMS approaches pull on the ( ,
the Reds have gotten away almost convenient handle and '
1C'Ot',... Tbetr threat to FHA TERMS modern awning suddenly your .

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'8239' 'info:fdaEUH4PKUM8_XJKK8Ffile32' 'sip-files00063.txt'
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