The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 11, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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I VOL. LXIX.: :- No. 242 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1948 oCr Plua latrli ..

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Al DUi.iun Anti ., Division; Street '* Two
While Mrrel I Navy. Large Airplane; Gxrricririrrlue ,

I School Reopens Indiuns Lead ..
".,.... strange bay ran:in: in t : In Key West; ToI1.llr.- "

age from II to U.) .... were arrested This Morning ,I
at 12.30: BA. today b:? Po.. *- For Training 1)'I"kutt.
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Grinned 'I closed down at' result i maneuvers that are being pU4 .d the way tralrn lit elk Se
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parent of the younxter, of storm damage. Willard M. ; ar q'nJ.p
fc* various ports ftf the country Albury. superintendent of 1 .In preparation for the massive sa.*...v.... two M the .Mt>..-
..." been notified of their %rmt.Mtf public instruction announced I big .U' 'M.IM earners the USS: Sadly el.J tfce ........ atriTKJ *N
Home KLIII Gordon
the Ptklir' are awaiUnc word I By Key West over the wrtkead. t.:

frwai them, before taking any. further today. I Carrying more than:TOO trffictit aced. AMI *.aaX flbf tiN( *awV.< i
arUMi. *. "Wa.ere putting all new Features' Clerelaild'eScoring will in .
f 1ki participate taming txerreee M K. Wwl .... MH '

The boys .identified themleslvesLmr ceilings on the 21 schoolrooms --- - .. '- --' 3IcCoruiick -tl October I4< vw.. *... ettN suil -
-: of Division Street ; far 7t.elail. Vawelements r Urfa e-lt
Madden. 12. of Mobile.. SchooL" said Album We G4)( Wutphto'i Knocks In ELLIS ISLAM) nuts: : a4 tie Wwwy Meuven. ehe s.r- .
Al*. CUria Shirt I%. of Mootfuowfy expect the, work to be finished 'r .. r i .. '
PRESIDENT HARRY S. TRUMAN U- crrt.ry, fpamed Slate M:9: ; Marshall (right), .cec-ra- GEORGIANS FI\MKIS: :
Ala. and George D Ra- in three weeks. J ._. .. _.._
or br Undersecretary Robert Lovelt. leave N Jtien,,I Airport la" .Washinton.. D. C- to ga ta the tar .t. The Stedtr laM nitlrslsl!. tl.+taSceIF..4
dM. 1!, of Daren Text The ceilings will be built of over : Oct.: 11.-Up to the ...... ads t.tili a ,tale i
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White House to talk the critical internation .dtuation. man cut short a political cam
At about midnight Lieutenant acoustic board much better bet 01 jet sjtjiiiM* ttaia. .... b
AtweU received' a report at Police than they were before." paign tour to return to the Capita to meet Mar halL wno Lew fin. from a meeting cf the U.N. seventh inning, the Cleveland The Mavfrva, cabal eeeibwed .

were aeen breaking a ...iftiow'on r"1111.l1111. __ __ u _.__ _ Indians were leading the Boston early .... heist. hale b.....
the north tide of the Overseas Braves 3 to 1. in today game. She p.n e.p.IW a Maori e.w
Market.With. r'111111'111. *"S,\TIC\" TELLS I'IIISONERS GOODBYE I aces here eeweai. ....- ...
Patrolmen Eugene Her Talks.Abolil. the sixth of the World Series. j t Ala etreeaihe... My at.

nand** and Frank Carbllo Lieu. To CloseT ottktndfield/ sieve ale S. ....
**MMt AtweU went to the scene, In YardsThe County Cleveland scored two runs iai( a ........ ........, its
lie learned from Anthony Arthur Filling OIlier the sixt hmning. Gordon hit aj boned .. K. WelL isle am
slaw, of the owners of Owners ; l, da. a MI .... .Uri. .....
Market and a woman living in Civic Improvement Association Offices a-S homer into the leftfield stands.i front New ...... .... ... ..
the neighborhood that the three op Friday did, not discuss Stay Open USftreached Rus/iee ..Ia1MUu ehel1
bov haa J lumped' a fence and disappeared the of the the first batter for the Indians .
.filling holes in streets haremiCaaW Ieaa 6eIMa ....
but did talk"about the filling of Columbus Day tomorrow: i 4 ; in the sixth. The other run came :' Saae-
Ailhur churl them for a ways holes in yards which may be will be observed by the coun- it i Several .. IN sslmlerw ,.rw
Uri ...n lad sight of them. Then charged to property owners !according ty offices, but will not. be in on successive singles. ant """'y Ni/eael .m tr.. 11M
l.iMt.*Mit AtveU turned into Di- to Cot G. D. HiUield commemorated by the I'* *T. I Wed .... MM4Ses.... .. N.
viftfcm. street in his and I. the Post Office or The Flor Cleveland opened the scor
car sighted chairman of the organization to"The shortly M tale Uurs1 m tilt -
t three. bo>.s. day. ida National Bank. ing. In the third.-MitcheQ doubled -. very are e..epieStr
After placing them ulster unit I holes" 'the properties are Circuit Court Clerk Rcss R < A acts aweepar. Abe $MS Tu.Deee .
Atweil learned that the boys constantly filled} with wter tni C. Sawyer announced that all and Boudreau promptlyt alas. mrraee .r Near Weer
had stolen $1.10 from the market's ''need to be filled sail C6L Hit- county offices will be closed s ra 1 4Yt over the weetofraoi t lie W.. ....
eh register Then be learned field. "We feel thit Uje filling of tomorrow. scored him by doubling againstthe t GoaatafM .... -sec aM

that the Shields boy lid runaway these holes is essentf&L ani we City Manager Ralph D. .{ nghtficld screen. Islet take .. .arlA .....
from the Industrial 'gchool ,, will take the matter up with Scalding said that the r *v .' I "" ...... fltf tM ffeeliell Ie .
at tl ttcallM'l'7' (,proper city officials." offices would be open tomor- I Boston tied it up in the.I urth. COIIIfM' I t *. UIIIf

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Berlin" Bloqloule( { !\ of the .ak. II Salkeld ,walked. and Mike McCormick .aein. U8N.lieutenant. who wry ........ /t.. f
Lifting : ""The"city onl'..--!er. I .< m* Nay tt'tM' .....
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quire the city offices shall I singled to center. Elliott StatI --. a) .m aTsra.Id d W
Columbus Sarda. .
Proposed) ( Before Meeting Day.remain said open Manager on Spald- I scored. b I ..

i this morning.British i
ii Boston returned the series to Still
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I it'FQllr' I I Indians yesterday. 11 to 5. ,C-t-VW.._ Talking 'In

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its fourth and deciding
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\\'rtllrraa Bloc Not I I Firemen '.(Called; ( --------------- '. J, I I Reagan war veteran of Thorn
Assails 4(* \V.rtpiPATHICIA <,
Paper I game. j asvillt. Ga, smiles happily la

.\"or.To l'rultoql 1 :Brush FiresFour I 'SATIRA" Sc..: MtDT. American don=cr convicted t The score: I I i I In. New York after bet release. $0 Sa,a rris1.kut,

ilk Argentinian, I! By cf kit'.ing her lever' says goodbye to friends in Havana, prison 93 t I from Ellis Island. She wu
Reds I H. E. w peakIn
Russian i ico she prepares to leave with a pardon from Cuba's reshlrnL Shi I taken into custody bv imMigration

Iftr tfc. a.e.rl.fd r..aetPARIS. times this morning the was serving a 15-year sentence fcr shooting John Lester Mcc I Cleveland<< __ 031: 002 0-3 7 c' authorities two weeks ago Unr4tls.t1.. Nit.As .
Oct Representatives City Firemen we're called out to I cf Chicago aboard his yacht in Havana harbor in Aoril. 1947. I tiler Reagan failed to post SiMcnrry
of the United Great Britain ,, Soticts'Tisii Boston. 000 100 0--1 S 0
States. : ;!y: : bond for her. The bond Aire..
fires fallen
'i extinguished in piles of Her hme is in Toledo. O. She arrived in Chicago Sa'urday:
and France are reported not I trees and tree limbs in various To Disrupt Entry 3Ivc end announced that she was "happy" to be beck in the Batteries: Lemon end Hegan.; !I i was arranged later with the
to be unwilling to accept the propusal ;(Street I I State and was considering returning to the a3e. immigration office in Atlanta.Ga. !, c rw.....,
that Russia lift the blockade 1)r-shiest Tni Voiselle and Salkeld. I The couple Is now together R.wals r ........ sere
tit Berlin preliminary to the At 2 JO .a m they were called to '- in Thomasville. pUjuua fat I(I... .... ....... asaltM steel
as '907 United Street; "at 3.30: a. m. I i Brig I Vhoul IVaro I Little l I their rnarria gee ..-.. t7rwq .. M. h... r1s.rareM
of further conference by
holding ;they were summoned to Duval I .... ,.---.-. r...... SPONGE SCARCITY LE1\DSI I Skyscraper -I ie. ti111 bm feu to le..a
the Dig Fuur. and United street; at 4 a.m. they I M ass,> ........
The proposal was made by JuanA LONDON. Oct. 11-The British For i i 115 Girl Scouts ".. .......... .... .w wr .,ti
BramugUk. Argentina's f inItUftbtl'f. [were called to Duval and Angela I I government today issued a White I i Singapore .w.m ... -. M ....... T... .
named epvkeunan for streets, and at 4:40: a.m they were!I Paper bluntly blaming Russia fr>r DEPT. OF( INTERIOR TO I I! Chamber I II t.._. sad tow ailed .. haYbd

.called to Olivia and Duval streets. the discontent in the world at SINGAPOREV1Singatwae> Help .. Tel .qe st-.... lie W tn.l
aux neutral nations that have 1 I I will have its first complete: t. ..
There was no damage at any I son I .. sd t4.*- V 111rr.r.'de .
membership in the security roan' of the fires.Arthur. I(I present. In the statement. 30,003 EXPLORE CELEBESSEAS !I|! air-conditioned large:: office buili .I I Fifteen members of Tr JHfi & Bare..--.. pwpi d Ibe ....
.d. I II ([words long. British officials dofclared !: mj!; the new rune-story branch I,r.4 at M. Set/asa .. We -ut' ---.-
The three representatives of the I that Russia has no Iof i I i the Hongkong and Shanghai rGirl Scouts of America under toe .1.......

Western Powers are Philip Jesup. Boza tion of taking any action intcn-I i'loriila Spotige? i 1 --- -- Bank. The building will boast the ,:i direction of Mrs. Dons TVimpym.came .1 Tti r... ..... war rsr
United States: Sir Alexander I result t{i fastest elevators in Malaya, itsbuilders : to the Key West Chamber.4 ...... wbsee Jailr L ..... ..-.
Cadugan. Great Britain and Alex. in an agreement I'rudiittion l\*t Year Social (I say. I Commerce Saturttoy: aft.rntwnmd auaelsl stir a eMeh ... .
.ftf Parodi.. France. I Made Corporal her and the Western Powers in : Securityi stamped envelope te4rlek .... .. --. .. ......
Totaled I J5iUOO! ) Lb ;
Itramugba represents theseneutral the Berlin blockade: dispute. : ; "'I.lI.lII' 4_ ''II. Ibt ... 1arr a '
........ .., .,
< Itl..t j|were sent to the opening the
nations: Argentina. China.! HOWARD AIR FORCE BASE I I I Russia since the end of the .tluti1l i i Agent Conlingr .laws. My Are "".+
Canada. Columbia. Belgium and: ,war .it wa> assorted" has been djmg Si217,271F. i No Softball Until I.annual convention of the 44 and 1 j 1,.......
I Canal Zone. Oct. 11-Private of the American Legion .t MMMM
| T--t ehsraeal Iaiee I-- r .
byrtaShuuld < 'ah'.1.1!'
the blockade be dfecuntmued. First Class Arthur A Bo/a, Jr., everything in her power ...-. .,.,f f..*.... i I II ,r M Louise IVnn.ngt"n lo due Farther NoticeThere I Beach int ... .... w
arrangements will be 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. much of it in an unHfrhindf''manner l I WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct.: to arrive in Key West t"rwriow I There were also :smite into .fnwi 1 1--.... r tiM1f 0 Urrr ali."

made l<*thwuh for the Big Four I Boza. 517 Whitehead street Key to try to disrupt everymovement 11.-Because of a wurldwl(1oI to atten to any' local applies will be no softball i| the Senior Girl Scouts on hand. wMee tausrl-1 m ArM Are.
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to met t. consider the German West. has been promoted to Cor : design! to bring scarcity of sponges: wi i an increasing tioni, for Social Scurn. or t ti lh games< at night until the Ii9ht 1 I' ee that ever>' membrr of M I iewey win ::: tattplPiH..t ..
_ituatwn I i (I .I i and u group IC"t three eeanlM'dpostcarda we4 ,.
about peace It was said further of natural ,i: answer; o> tu n ing facilities of the park arc I'
poral. it announce by Col- price sponge i any ici> > > in.ninj .
Key .
t (Pravda. official Soviet newspaper was alvertisMC W"'I ... leusw Wt.p eae.Mew
said today that the report in lonel Clair A. Peterson comrmn'- that Russia ha been sink Department: <,f the Intn'>r is r.%, to the dgcnn I ational repaired.director Paul Albury.announced recr to*- 1 I and inviting them to COM .....1

Par*. that Russia may'walk out 'in! officer of the 569th Comno the Marshall: Plan, was launches -ir>nn3 natural! >o'on';e resource She will be in the ..ff.ce of the I : here for a \,..t bee aataic *.I .....' dlratWp ......
'I of the Security Council session* ite Wing. Howard AFB. Cans to make it a future in the Sulu and Celebes Seas DrIsJarv Florida Employment Sti-vi'-t 31 I day.When soft-ball it resumed. their homes. i 'n_. MIIIiIIIIIf WlarblW shoe .
J. Deason. chief of the '.f- i I i! Manager HtruM. I......idaat td .
U a fantastic mistake" |Zone. Cpl Boza is assigned to the i Besides Russia, ir the temtorvIsbs ;; Simonton street, from y to announcement of it will I.sM .. ... .. ... m Md -
a.m. appear
1st rescue squadron Howard AFB. ;j fire of foreign activities, announ-- the Chamber sail the Gail Marla' 1M illweaIMr. ...... .. .
I'as fin airplane mechanic.i I II r governs in Germany. has up -d toJ y. 1 pm. I in The Citizen.BRADY'S ,i' assistance %*'a.- Ifty....... 'See a ... rr....... hw?
Jewish'J Stores i A graduate of Key West HighI '(pressed personal and political action Sponge fisheries are now rtnnctsd -- ---- ---- w Ir *The girls! were wnasyrhsl. 'I4e sip .Dee .- a .a. ...,
by German and:has robber; to the Gull of Mexico.. j 'I'I'- Ldubscher .....
I School Class: of 47. Cpl. Boza en- sal i last to 5 4 rarai.rar t D .
j i them of freedom of speech and jn- :Me-titerraio2n: Sea. Canbbenn'Sea. -- ---- till
(!I lo tered the Air Force in July, 1947 POOR OLD CRAIG .wvwwvvw.w..ri airs
( >c Wednesday( $( .t Boca Raton. Upon completinghis ,formation he said. Greece_ the United -- -

basic military training at t States, Tuntsn Cuba. Turkey. SERVICE STATION i
All Key West stores of Jewish Lackland AFB. San Antonio. Tex., Egypt. and the Bahama Islands' Francis at Division Phone 3134 Casement Sash
fulh will be c-&u..d& on \Vednes- he was assigned to the Canal Zone i. Cgarettes at Cut Prices! -re the chief p-oducng countne. veer I'IRK OIL Denier -for-
...'" the JewUh. Day of Atonenirnt arriving in November 1947 i JUST THINK OF IT!! Florida spong" production to- LET f TCJ Grease. Spray or
Joseph Pearlman. president CpL Boza is presently attenlmg of 1.111Ibnoolrr taled 158000 pounds in 1947 att t) Change Your Oil CHOICE POULTRY STUINk LL.MRERTELEPHONE lAUn CJtSlll'lfT/J.\:
of the Retail Merchants Association Whole Carton :':- value of SI -I2".71.:? In 133pio 111
Balboa Junior College. Balboa 1214 Whit. Street Phone 540 > ........ W" .sih.Ye Pee-...
announced for Only 81.110! (Continued On Page Eight) f
today Canal Zone, in his off-duty hours. : :- .
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Another cf Life's Necessities ........
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Hydraulic Brake Experts I Just Arrived! N.w Shipment BARGE LINE. Iii FOR SALE! FOR SALE! Palace TheaterDOUGLAS Th..J.t. (ktuhwr I 13.)
MOTOROLAAmerica's '41 PLYMOUTH $1095 j 8.4NI li'a.*"

aUa Smith Auto Service Christinas Toysj. : Of1 II Finest AUTO RADIO CLYDE TELEPHONE-MALLORY DOCKS 6 I I Convertible CoupeNAYARRO. and MARIA FAIRBANKS.MONTEZ .JIU. Sb N..". ,.... lessee
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's West Auto Parts Inc. '
White at na.U, rbxna No. SMtacka" R. STOWERSPHONE Roy Key Nrjrf Barge; Leare "THE EXIUT tt.eee
121 Duval St. Phone 442 Opposite Bus Station t :20 debitS
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< Hirst OTiffexut! DIRECTORS ACTION OKAY Radio Your :r ,,1l1111llllllllllllllUUllUlUtIlllUlWlWIIilliWUUllJ lllllI ,! LOW DOWN i iIDCKOR
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-. .. DaItF b.... .'...,.. byI [ 'TODAY'S <: West: In '
P. AII": .... __ ... Key Westers have .no reason: whatever By Th. Associated Press MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1948 1 I r Key/ :
r: ....A. D.rr. .A.-- ..-- 'I I ;._ i Those born in the.early' hoursof .H, 1
.. n. cttl:: .U.taa to disagree with the Chamber of Commerce -
/ .. ew0,.... aM A.. .treeta the day have rather a combative BIRTHDAY t 1 1i ) By GROVE
OaIF DU r a- P g.y Wee' as4 in d'eCfding."to raise $12,000 by sub- Daytime Summary....f\\ 1 I' disposition, but as" the .. Days-Gone

M.t.. C.aty ( Selected program aa hated below day advances the nature be-i I Br (W) Newjfeaturesj i it t 1 am wt ...*.. Mh*. aIiNt
.-.... a' K., W.... FUcU. *. s.cuid claM mattAr scriptionUo rebuild the tower of the local t arc day. broadcast through the same Tim.time ia eastern MOA comes milder and works into avery j-' ..""AA .. OF AS THE TAKEN CITIZEN OF ''a raft of foe* dtoaww on what ti ,, J

____ .. standard. F.f central standard auB hospitable character who t) i rvrl llM Qoti .uEa .r .ua. AlioctATaD rgs radio station that was destroyed by the I j tract on* hour; for mountain stand will become much ELEANOR ROOSEVELT. born i) OCTOBER 11, 1338 !j ji .* T" T T. .. ..
appreciated .. tw ..
.,b. -.t40t rr- U .icUslvtlr tltua tot I ard two hour I !Just hc1 a In .1g j.some
-,4 t. ,......... *. .f HI ..". UD&tcfc.. credited September 21 hurricane. | by friends and associates and be- Oct. 11.. 1884. in New York City. mmnmnllliil uJ1 IItIummmnllll"llt1ftltm1it beu, ..b all. the .., ;J

V. ..It,.... ............b.rwI.... pbtIabl. ..r41Ie4 t.U r.. IM paw. .all A pole-to-pole difference exists be- OCT. 11 THROUGH OCT. IS loved for the open-handed char J Her mother died when Eleanorwas i. The Citizen today received a ;lin. like UmSnlgnt S..l col .11ftI I ...

ity manifested. Success in. business telegram from UnitedJStaU Senator i .104IC lf" C J
.CBiciurnoi; RATES' $ii.s tween the directors' action ,and the pay- Mon ng I is indicated with comfort 10, her; father Charles AndrewS, stating then I f$ arW t ........ J
T. -
**. .*..... i- 1.00 ment of city and county taxpayers'? moneyto ':Boncyinoon Breakfast Club in-:N.)>'c:T.-wbo:.. and prosperity: in life.LEGALS. two years that President Roosevelt hid a vi. Good .. .... I Ithe
(.*_ ....d.e. S.TIADKTIIU FollIe-ibl later. She first WPA project for Key' ill ..i.... beik.
I. the station. That money.was,Jilaced: in ,1SBartlt'aJ'll > : proved two who
4 th os-_. .20 ,. .:30Tb..'CI.nlaa"'r.nboBob ,- :'SIs danced with West one for the Army. ..469.000 versus, o..t. rurising..... I IaN
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hands the and Pool Show-mb her cousin
the of city countyCornrnissioners ._ S "
the other for the Navy. $41,441. mom' ortrf ... p4es tbl 115. 5'ho
ItATKtFKC1AL. I 10:00-rre4: Waring Sh w-HB
..... Kae.. AppIkiiUo' as a'public: trust, and'Th'e.pitizen: ) Music For You-cba : KIKVITH TUB cinrvir JtOICItt.COCWT OF (THe'IB. Franklin' at her -' -1a5. It the t ....... p01St
; Uncle Theo-
JUmCFJ maintains that it should not be used to help 10.30 My-Hour Story ot'S rlalllhe' I,. fllT Of Fl-* RIDl IX A.'Sb) FOR I Governor Cone tOdy'Isus.Z.*:.hou**. I" ,

All ....... ..uou. ar4s f ikaabs: to.oluUona Godfrey Hour r\aK- ;, COI-T>. iII \ cuts.CERS. dore's home in proclamation fixing November 6 i, Electric pOSI Ie a... ..jj'
.....-. .tIbtp _--. p-_ .tft. 'Will k>. finance any private enterpris&Contributions Sal Ir.WHb Udalc-fmba' *. >.. -3TT: to 12 Education Week in Flor subject. Few, B*"*** f.4. hlw IeIpt
S .
S Bay.
....M (.* M. U. r*te *f 10 **$!..* IIB... in the directors' drive UOG-K.y Kys.r Sb w-abd ,"' Lt'ClIlfc; 11IM.... t r s.Isrt4I.0I fcT e rel> from which .
I ,*.__ U l. .* ..rl..4 arc I <.a<. s II.! .. will be voluntary. That circumstance affords 11:45: -J:Serials. I* lirs.-cl>tt 'c tt .. 1SSA.I It "OThHl55bPPiUflt llafntlff.CHARUW First Lady'of t I t j'gcaniboJyYd f'f I' FIg thmo 1
1%. Oil.. to a. .pis f,n m .a4 ta.lU. dla- .C'Ah.. .:. M. WKL-CH7 U. S. for 12 hen to .hl t,. do- ..1I .
...**. .( ..all. ..... .M ..ubjMt of' local or resident the privilege to 1'ra.eltrt-abe l : .- .. I | American Legion Drum and folks
I ....... .. *,..t. el. It vtU .** uMUh Moaiymou every giveor 12.00 Kate-Welcome Smith Hal'-Hour-mtl. TO: jIAni.f" :. ; :' tlo._ *......!) yean, and oft-j I; -I Ssmipto-wttl taU '1l1\o.f dtun- i
M. WEWH. {Bugle Corps gave a picnicjfiU.T J ,
t, .................. not to give as he sees fit. Ev contributor R*..l ry 13:30 Music Kb :
_ _ _ _ -Words and en called "first lady of the| Bill Slater at Lunch-mb* > YOU ARK HKRKUY!: RF..QCIREn [ [take mUSh Mhe <.....' bstlgunc
will give away his own money, not 1:00-Musto Half BOlIl'-lIbe to appear before the above tttyledconrt world."she made a caret*for herself -{'Casino. A series of athletic events I b6 II.t l.*- or tl* d

I somebody el e'g money, as city and county HIS Happy Cant-rabsf.OO "- October.on 1 or'4S before in annwrr the lift to Hill day of of in bet own ngnL She beame -],was held. in connection. with thepicnic. |dr...... D. tilt .. IhttIIhe4ber I
: -Double or Nollllnc-flW" a teacher worKed in social *
commissioners did in contributing to the Breakfast In HolIwood-ah.. Complaint For Divorce flied against f .,- 7-- M. It.w.. -
1IEMER 1948 Wueen for a Day-mbe you by LfCILB C WELCH. otherwie service and is now a U. S. delegate -I .. .bar
h.edmo HMI *.
the allegation of Mini Bill of Com it.I d ntis4.
support of the station :3o-S.rlala for SH, hrs.-ob to the UK. The Charter Revision :
I Complaint will be taken as ron brr. or what. Sa ... ro .,.4*.
Bride and Orooro-abThe .. held lost nl in
I f* l bynu.. tee a meeting Cht "
If the directors are unsuccessful in Hop Cb..t-m. noted at Key Went.. FlorIda. this. the county courthouse, at wrfieh '"OwN .... Oowt. dB .. ... ... :

their endeavors to obtain $12,<)"00 to rebuild 1:00: -Ladles Benson Be Show Seated--robs a boRed I lth SEAL day) of Septemhvr ROSS' C 1148.SAWER. LEGALS I several addresses Were made on tie thee I am dejtoc it*
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the tower the owner of the station 1:30: -The House Party-cbe Clerk of the Circa Courtin the commission-manager form tit Ynejr swer w' .
Ben Alexander SlIo.-mll. I Key Went. Florida. OTJrl' rmcit FI-rITIOI' government. I atraiPt M the u-t "4i ... I
i may be able to obtain-the money from the 4:00-Hint Hunt Quls-cbs By (nd) Kathleen Not tare. :?IASH VTATITB j i_ tits are ...- 1
lMPftovomrrs FOB jtrr WEST Second Honemoon-abe .' Clerk.eept209oet.4.1l.l94g._ NOTICE
IS hEREBY (lIVEN that .
I 1 I ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Reconstruction Finance Corporation.On 4:30-Winner Take AIlcbe100TreaaUry I I the undersigned desiring to enrage At the celebration last night of ,, up ssi.. ... aation BIle .-- i iII
In bu.ilness, { Gori"OU" .-.
Band- the seventieth
IX ;
Citizen COURT anniversary
-Saturday, The publisheda Hour (west repeats 1 t TT name of -REIi 1SRICK STORAtJE." (
JrrxiE. MONROE: I de .**>. at tttro** aS. aIIIrt. fI
Grito de Carlos
r.1 COUNTY 241
8imonton Yam CespedfSmedallions
--: 1 t. lion BoUf tad Apartments. telegram it had received from Represtative later)-aba and mba Ft..ORIDA_ IV I'ROUATE. Florida. 'intend Street tn register: Key"said fict est.- I were presented to1 I lUtHMHital .bunrt-. .....'|.... in OB 1

I : l ?, BeMh. aad Bathing Pavilion.t. .. George Smathers, in which it was IX RIF.8TATE:. R. TYNI-;'OFt also known a* Circuit it ions name Cot.rt with of Monroe the clerF' County.of the J I Marcus Mesa Dr. H. C. Galey an J j.:. .-........ hwlwaie. rAm
ERASTrS ROM KY TTNT3!?. Florida. 1.--. a... volIb set ... 4 u t .d
.. Airport*-LaaJ and Sea. stated that he had'succeeded in .. Dr. Amando Cobo for outstanding
the '
i halving .1kno.r.
-I NETWORK PROGAMS'limsi. a E. RU fEY Paled October 9, 1S4S V/et aI1.. .ytte .... .mrr Idfks ...
work done in
TVNBS among
I Cjr1Hftt n of County and AemseOTI4 _
; C RFC declare the .area. in ;.\F orida of the nster"". .. \ 'R TO CHKHITOH MAX A R. HERMAN.WOLKOFF Cubans. .haMdt* thsW. puUiA :3 HOOk ...
City Governments.t. tr.1 standard subtract on. hour for TO ALL CREHITORS! AND PERSONS Owners. ton momma elM::...:: 8* tuejfoists ... .
..:1 Community, "Auditoiium.3IONOGnPII September :21 hurricane elgible for emergency mntai. ,standard "tract t.. HAVIM. cu iiis OR I>B- ( <'! ; --nu tHIltsI who n UnrYour ..m
long-term low-interest hour.. $omo local atatoona cllano' I MANI/3 A11AINST SAID STATE: Mrs; Harold Baker left this '
loans. hour .f relay to ftt local &elledute": Ion and each of you are hereby ..-.
to visit relative anl
...It minute program changes can. notified :and required to t\ van nnrtiT. rotitT op THE morning
Because of that rulihg, the owner of not be inCluded. any claim and demand which prenent you FI.I-a-E'TII ... ...c,.. ,. ciiirtirOK friends at Matecumbe for the next with thr .low .
the or either of 1'<>11. may have agalnt THR sTATE Of Fl.onil. two weeks. I J< SK NA
radio station else in "
or anybody the the estate ..f to;. 11. Tynea. also lAM> FOIt MOMIUR rOt.\T'-..
::. who < MONDAY. OCTOBER 11 known all Eraxtua Romey Tjnen", I "UrERt"". .
financially resultof
a aim known a< to:. Homey Tjnc dereared Caw \..- 11432 'State Attorney G. A. Worrpy is
: the hurricane tvealngf.09 late of Mild County to the LOt"lSrU'IT.n: \ Tour Oroe.f 9KLLS Thai
i ; De-ar Header: may apply one of the -News Broadcast-nbe County Judge of Monroe County. Plaintiff. in Key West on an official visit !

of Flodida RFC loans. .Newscast Every Day.b Florida at bin office in the courthouse vs. \ORCB and is the guest of Assistant State
I ::. It I Is up to the Ne'work Silent Hour-abc-eait of raid County at Key Went. LEROY W RICHTER. JR.. Attorney J. Lancelot Lester I I STAR BRAND
Election tocreate :rild..... Hour (repeat)-abc-wet Florida. within eight calendar Defendant.
I : at the coming November Network Silent O hr.)-mba-east monthn. from the time of the first ORDER OP rl'n..r.\T.O"I !I AMERICAN
the Thirty.ninth Senatorial Dia-! There are 20,000,000 Communists, KiddIes Hour (rep almbs.est1:1SSports publication<<" of this notice. Each. TO: I.IRoRICnTF.U.. JR.. The annua'iiii'e"en;; festival'! GAd CUBAN COFFEE
claim .. demand ,.
: : MuSic Tim11MIn r shall toe in Titing NEWTON. PENNSYLVANIA
I -- tikt which will rive Monroe County more or fewer, in a world of 2,295,125,000 Ur Opinion-cb. .. and shall state the place ofresidence It Is hereby ordered that you are of the Key West High School PTA \; -Try'' A PeRmt. T"'r-
S:45--N.wscatt: It Thre.-nbo and post office addremiof required to appear on the Sth day will be held on Friday Afternoonon ,
KrJeJf wnator. It to high time that thepower people. In other words, about_ one personin .011'1" Thomas (repeat ID I - : ?:OO-Supper Clab-nbc-b .l. to by the .claimant bin agent, or his above entitled court to the Hill of r- -- -
I that be bestir themselves to 115 is a Communist, on a world basis. The Be-Jlab Skit-cbtJvewt attorney and any such claim or demand Cnmplaint filed against you In the'
:: and Commentary. ab. not fn filed shall be void. above entitled cause and the Key. Today The Citizen in an
.. Wine about this desirable consummation. Fulton liewla Jr.-mba (Xd) MAROfRITK (CHARIX Wet Citizen lit hereby designated. !
An. Administrator with Will Ann..x.d as the newspaper In which this editorial paragraph: ;
7tS Ne* and Comment-ftD4 I =
WHAT TIME IS IT? S Jack Smith. Show- bPailr of the estate of R. R.Tynr. order shall he published. once a "Every resident of Key West i
.., sloe known an Erastn. Week for four consecutive weeks.
-: TilE ORACLE Uinotr Commentary Daisnibst:30Van Romey Tynen" also known an R.Romey :. Witness the Honorable AquilinoIiopex. I ought to be willing to do some j J.

Nowadays there i isn't anything : Dam,,. Quntet-nt! .. Tyn* declaredeptX7.oct4ltlS. Jr.. as- one of the Judees of community work. However like ...
i very Bob Crosby Club-cblx 1 4XOTICB thin Court and the Seal of t bl"l all other places the bulk of public a. : :: ,

complicated about the time of day. :Most\ of Henry>n. Ranrcr J. Taylor-mba Drama-to ..t. TO CRKtJITOHS Court Florida.In thin theCltv 2nd day of of
I GOOD CITIZEN the year the country runs on Standard Time, 7:4 -News Comment-nbeNew (1J33 Probate ", ..t. Seen. US. 120) !>. tilL ." I BENEFIT BY THIS
: Broadcast-*b. IX TUB CO RT OF THR fOCNTTJlltGR. Seal) ROSS C SAWYER.
and during the summer a large section of it Spon Comment-mb* MOMIOR votjsry. Clerk Circuit Court. I
Monroe Serve canned baked beans witha
1-00 .fn..04. iv: pnoniTK. County Florida GOOD NEWS
:- The} work of a utility company doesn't moves the hands ahead an hour and Jftner-Cavalcade Am.rlca-II"Mritery-cb* 'In Re Estate"' of Ry (sd) Kathleen. Xottage.Deputy cheese sauce for a Sunday ih1supper
nordon UcRae I 1.1-Ul.SAKI: U LOWE. Clerk. II
: in and end with the production and switches to Daylight Saving Time. As we The Falcoit,AdT nture-tnba. I I Dce..". John 1. ...... Solicitor for Plaintiff. hot rolls and i
1.30-Howard Barlew Conc.rttibiOudIroy I, All Creditor a>4 P. HavMalMa a fruit-and-coofcy: I 'UtaI
cross the ova HGMf TeWN
nation the time urt.4.ll-iS-11j94t.
= to all who zones change at Talent Scouts-ebGregoiT !.* .r ttemasida Aalaaisaid dessert well-rounded .
distribution of electric fat a menu.In
; power Hood Drama-mbe Rvtaief i I ,lm ,.. ........ d'psakMi
.. established intervals and in all the S _._ *
cases 1:4-Earl: Godwin Talk-aba You and each of yon are herehT ' iairt H. The typical utility is one of the change is one.hour It's simple enough.But I:Si!-Billy Rose Talk-mb* notified and required to present any ATIOroil FIS.tLllCHtBGE China the family name: kit It t., **.*. ,.. *...

C But. potent and aggressive factor* in 1.00: -Veorhee* Concert. Glideh.Tbe claim either' of and you.demand may have which against yon.the or (rolKite.! Law "2Z) comes first as though we were to : I.t ,.. he .*.i .. S i
it si1't
w always that way-and it fU4* TIMt.ter-cbe I estate. of L.EOXARII U LoWE deceaited. IN lOt. RT OK THE 'O'-'T'-. say for Henry John Jonsi. "Jones'!I weiss -U e 'I".nt.u" .*... I
f earfylojr on worth-while community nctivi- might not be that way yet if it hadn't been .Music Gabriel: and Heatter.Blalne Comment-abe -mbt fete of sald'County.: to the Jl IXiK. "'O"II'O"'T". Henry-John." .*. is |B4 ..*.*>-....*.. ..rMkIVffVCff I IMe
:'*-X Breadcatt-mbi County JuAjre of Monroe Coanty. STATE OF ...OR.Oa" PROII -- Ie ...a .. .... .. .... ,

I a t4t. for the railroads. Sixty-five years ago Stan- ':30-Or IW'. L Q.Quiz Show-nbc I hot Florida.. of at Mid his'County office at In Key the Wext.court ..tIE.n the. Estate ofLKotfARD .T.YY.TY..Y.YYYYY.Y.Y', .ha., ..... .... ....... F.. J

A recently completed surver shows dard Time didn't exist. Every town had its net Rich Quick Qolz aba Florida within eight calendar II lU'KRRO: im .I V 0 se..... eel .........
Tbe Atom and You-mbsi months from the time of the first Deceased STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE tebme .. ....... ... ........

.. that !Mper cent of all the operating power own time and so, even, did many business :5-.I.w.. tor S 3.1IRIII.mlll publication of this notice. Each To All Whom It May ConcernNoii.e : TRIUMPH ...... ...... .b.. as a.I. ........ I
10.00: ) Contented Concert-nboMy claim or demand shall be In lI-rit- I ii hereby given that i I .. Till CleUftknPl ""
companies" of the country maintain a direct concerns. Railroad stations held confusing Friend Irma-cbn. lug, and shall mate the place of Rosla Le, Cnerro flied her final COFFEE MONITOR ... :
s. News Commentary-aba residence and poet office addressof renort ss administratrix ..f the I
ami Intimate relationship with community series; of clocks-each line used the time effect blab and Hunt Club-tub* the claimant and shall be sworn estate. of Leonard H Cuerro deceased MILL tajey. She ........ ol kiso .
;: 10:15-News. Broadcast-abe to by- the claimant his agent or that she has. filed her -petition S .... .'-.---....... a1a.1 ......... !
organizations, including chambers of com- where its home office was located. 10.30: -Henry. Wallace Talk-nba I hi.* attorney and any lOacbIalm for final discharge and that at I ... ... .....

.: merce. civic clubs the churches and :Matters\ went to uth lengths, as an example Bob Curt Hawk Massey Quix Show-cbs-aba ::1 or demand'. not HANNAH*o filed! shall LOWE.As be told.. she will apply R. Lord to County the Il000raitleHvmonl Judge of All Grocrrt np" sad TN 0tWiM w.... ,-

Dane Band Show-mb. I Executrix of the Last. Will lath day of November. 194S for M >*.e.LUTtM.
: MfriooU. nodal and welfare groups and so that in Pittsburgh there were six 10.5! -Music Appointment.... I ann .Tegument of, ....nroe County, ....'rad.. on the ..&AAAAAAALAAAAA&5 aAAAAAAA T.- ...&0s .550

'. f... And the same survey finds that 66 per different times in use. Few people knew 11:00: -News. Varllt,. I bra.cbNews IJJONARn .. LOWE.dceeaord., approval of same.and for.f final dls-. ABC ...... OS ".''t\e .........
administratrix the
barge estate .
and Danc. Hand-abcNews. as ,
Sciea Mmes Views $4. ......
:'dl Hfttf the companies, work through others what time it really was. You couldn't be Dance. Band 2 hrL.nba11:15New. O't.--1I-18.U. lotted of Leonard on this. H>th
I.- j fat the community In helping to bring inn sure when an appointment was scheduled 12:00: -Danclne& Variety Continued to -I-.abe.w's& iTIIK. (<011'.II' UGF.II! roniTl I 94*. : -BKYCLES- P.d.y te. I.....| .. .
\ M t-'OH MOMtOr: Cot \T''', ROSIA LEE C.CERRO. tr 4s>ct rr sobSuipnsa.
: .w.induntry and to strengthen already es- unless by lucky chance, the person you I .'LO"'''%. PHOK4TK Administratrix of the estate of. .. $1"| =:::
In re' Estate of I.evnard II.:1I..rro.. deceased.tct.11lS23nov.l.l9I't.
.: t MUhed concerns were to meet used the same time you did TODAY IN HISTORYKnow CARRIE L. ( I Repaired and Rented Yb. es.. ht0.s 1n: .
'$ .wo* IS. VI 5.
:: The utility. in short, is simply a good The railroads realized that somethinghad ( America) \OTICK OF !SItE OF HKI.PIIOPKHTl '4)Yuior I\TK\TIO\ alIKE Also in Stock-NEW I ..... MW. OM .a
..t-..MO* .. f*. .'* E1F
rMe It knows that its own welfare andprs.greM to be done to bring order out of this 1779-Died, from wounds received NOTICE IS HEHEBV GIVEN. %PPI.ICTIOFOH IltOl: FIStS.llltil BICYCLES TRICYCLES ___-It h._ I ..

in battle, Gen. Casimir that pursuant to an order nf the (Probate Law IUS I
depends the chaos. The
upon welfare and hundreds of different times in
Pulaki, aged 31, Polish leader County Judge of Monroe County. I'01. KT OK TOtE the effect in Florida made and entered on the Jl l> t; .: VIONKOK ('OI\Tl.
progress community and the region throughout the country were a con- the American 0
.. Army of the Rev 7lh day of September. D. 1944. 'TATE" OK KLOHIHt. IN PROltTI SKATES
.hi which it does bu inea. It prospers when stant and growing headache. The move- olution.181lWorld's. a* amended by Order of Raid Judiremade ': -- ..- .-- -
and entered on the 14th dayof ,n re the Estate:: ofAPILETIN I -
.klael', agriculture and other industry pros- ment to standardize timebegan in 1872. first steam ferry September. A. TX 1948. the under- I SAENIEI1S.tmea.e.L. Overseas Cycle Store .. f,
ftipned Executor: of Last Will
the ----- -
,.. And it suffers And eleven the work of John Stevens be. and Testament of Carrie L. ulmntol.dereaved. Concern Division 12.0'' t-
p. financially. when they years later, on November 18 To All Whom It Ma) : 920 St. Phone i-
gins: ferry service between New late of Key Went ;Monroe Not. he Is hereby given that ..!! : -- : J

... "'m. 1883 every railroad clock? ,.wasj topped ata York City and Hoboken, N. J. and CoulU sell,.. Florida at publi Will' sale offer to the for IIlgh.t Kale- report Edna Mae as executrix Crider. filed of lbetateof her final I .e _osooaeosoa-. .

a The utility Li a mainstay of the com- given hour. When they .starlad again, 1842 -Sac and Fox Indians ... and best bidder therefor and in Appleton Saunders. deceased, ---- -----.- -- Jf
cede no event for a rum le... than Five for
their lands that she has filed .her petition
remaining in
nMiftKr in other ways. It i is among the big- Standard Time, with its four time zones, Iowa Government. Thousand !Dollars at the front do..r final discharge and that she will
to the of the :Monroe County Court House Honorable
anpty to the Raymond and mot dependable taxpayers. was a going concern in the United States.It 1846-Great hurricane off Ha. at Key "'follt. Ploriila. at 1Z clock IS- Lord. County Ju,:ge of Monroe Overseas Transportation
noon on ,"'ed..1Iday. October %9. ('. '. .'Iorl"a.n lith of
.unt) the day
theory tax-levying body-the town, the was gradually accepted by 'the people, .vana wrecks Some 60 merchant a'f8. the following deiu-ribed prop- No\ember.. nfll. for approval of

.......,.,. the school district, the state and and 35 later Congress hips 14 Spanish and three ert: belonging to the estate. of same and for final discharge. as
years recognized French warships. Raid Carrie U Olmvted. deceased.toult executrix of theestate of AppletunSaunilers. Inc.
I4w national) lro\'ernment-geLl its share. Standard Time and made ; .. deceasedtutted Company,
it official. The 1853-Country's first clearing All that certain piece or parcel on this 7th day of OctoberIS4S. .
: Thi fai in contrast to the socialized railroads had foreseen house, 52 banks. first in nf land. situate h l lnp and Icing. .
system an important national tion New York. opera In the City of Key West.. County lr"O.fAY: : CRIDER. Fast, Dependable Freight' and KxprvM: 5W rMIAHn .. !
..: .*. which pay little or nothing in and of 1J..roeand State of Florida Executrix: the estate of 1
taxes need through voluntary agree- 1890-The Daughters of the known alO Lot Four (H. Appleton wuinder- ....... -bet...- -4.

Wh are dominated by political consid- ments they furnished a workable solution. American Revolution founded. Hlocfc Riphteen(17) according
...fteb0, and which obliterate state and 1911 McNamara brothers Plat of The K..y.lit Investment : und KEYVEST\

-. ...... control of vital industry. Any author can tell you that writing geles.dynamite trial opens in Los An- part of tompanys Tract Seventeen,ubdlviMon(17)nf, i I I I II Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLOMMV aMTWB t
duly recorded in Plat Book One I II
-. !.>*. enterprise Lt a builder and the is easy ; the hard job is to get people to 1918-Thousands of new influenza II I ) on page S8. of Monroe Couni t .twt a Miami sad KExprett ., W..t t

: w4tIrm are fine examples of it. read the stuff. case's develop the countryover. t\Lot-. Florida i' bounded Record an.1 and described which I f fan I I II

folio'"'... viz Commencing i pr1i1I i
1939-The slow-down at a point on S4>uth Street. dllO- I Schedule
.': Advertising is the good servant of MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES sit-down in auto factories. corner tant Fifty of South(0)) feet and from Elizabeth the I I i (No Stop En R_t.|

: th.jftt who know how to use it. 1941 Government permits Street.. and running thence I LEAVES KEY WEST DAiLY MJX I
.: plants to pool production facilities along South Street in a Northeasterly CEPT SUNDAYS) .! t-M PX. ... i

:Motor\ vehicle taxes levied on' Americans without fear of antitrustlaws feet: thence direction at rIght Fifty anglesi i rives at Miami it 1J.OO otfaik MM.nlgbt. I

: Putting all you have into your work in 1947 exceeded $3OOO.QOO,1pOO for prosecution. a Hundred Northwesterly and Twenty direction 0:0)One< [I I PRINTING .

: hi4e success-you have so little com- the first time in history according to the 1943U. "Supreme Court rejects feet, thence at right angles in LEAVES MIAMI DAILY' (ICZCflfT
I Government's request for a Southwesterly dlr..tlon'Ifly SUNDAYS) at 12:00 ..Uwt MM.niabt .
|' TM i A n. twenty-eighth edition a (..II) feet thence at right an-
of Automate! Facts rehearing on its decision that glen in a; Southeasterly direction sod arrivtt at Key w..t sit

and Figures issued by the Automobile Communist membership insufficient One Hundred and Twenty 6.00 o'clock A.M. S
1 -; Thy bt' ; to revoke (120) feet to the point nf beginnIng j
thing that can happen for Manufacturer\ Association. t .' citizenship. on South Street.That amoral Schedule?

I .- the benefit of Key West is, a little close The 1944-U. S. First Army moveson raid sale will he on term* I' of every type don. (Slop At All latenM41a" ......
record tax
collectipps.-were allowed for not
} one to Aachen, as ultimatum. and credit will be a
remains LEAVES KEY
cent of the : Experienced Print.
harmony amongour citizens. of morethan sIxty per by
twelve record high marks that the automotive unanswered. 'pnrchaae price nor for longer than I CEPT SUNDAYS) at ti*0 ......
t------------ industry registered:' during the 1947-United States endorses fire year. such deferred. purchase'!I r 'ers. AU work den to ; A. M. and arriv.. at Miami. al 4a*%
past price to be evidenced by the prom I 1
If partition of Palestine: at Lake .... your complete S&Jis.faction. o'clock P. M.
ask .
you the question Whatare year. l *ory note of the purchaser .r. I I I i
Success. log interest. at the' rate of .fix per [ LOW PRICES
: Mm. differences between Communist While all State and local special taxes fceml-annually cent per annum.payable Interest to. the payable perKonal :, P -too. SUNDAYS) at 1.09 o'clock A. K. a.4

I( -E: JlromiRa and Comunist performance, the -registration fees gasoline levies city A deliciou addition to a pack representative I and secured by i| arrives ai Key West at VOO o'ak
aged fudge mortgage upon the said i real propj j p. M.
I mix
When are
I answer. K they are agitating forpower and county taxes and road tolls-reached erty. _hI. Said:! sale will be subJect I ; ce
chopped dates.
J Chop the walnuts to confirmation by ald County i .
: promise more money new levels in 1947 the Federal excise tax and dates that go into the JudKe I I
I fer I less work and fitted at Key Wet Florida. this FREE PICK-UP and DElIVERY! SBHV1CE
fudge and then
security against war and collection rise of 32 per cent over 1946 decorate each lath day of September. A. I>. 1)4S. THE ARTMAN PRESS
-. po\.C'rtT.ln practice square with a slice of date or William'e..I..., Watkins I FULL CARGO KSSUKAftCK:'
have not de- represented the largest increase. The latter half walnut _** Executor of the Last. Uill and I
t I ibtred any of these a immediately after TefitameBt of Carrie L. Olmslert.deceased. PHONE 51I' MAIN' OFFICE and WAREHOUSE Cs,. Catoo) it rn..t. ....
anywhere in includes
; theo the special levy on all new- pouring and marking. Citizen Building PHONESi 12 AND H
'vrIJ. J. Lancelot Lester I
? .... S vehicle purchasers. counsel for said Executor .
1' Subscribe To The Citizen *.pt. joct-4-ll-lll$ -:- -- _s_ -

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MONDAY 11"19 r On om .0. .

---.r OCTOBER__ 8 __ _._,_; THE- KEWEST. .. CITIZEN. ._. Pry/ -- '- -- -. -
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I HARE FIST SUSHESR' WINDOW -- i The t Weather iRa a1"t"I r%* Wr !:far=t-ftt.ati 1 fit i J r iCLASSIFlED /'

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] Key Wrst.and Vicinil-: partly '
t'loudy7..ilh -ome indjcafi of

: : : afternoon widely scattered thru Tuesday.khowers Gentle this Inforu 4uIoi for the' Ac1vertberi .

st' to moderate east and southeast *%TF. ron ft2G1'I-"a ..f I ..... rdtxari'. .
:n-ts. BI.' Kr.tCK TW i Paymmt far $....tJed ad4ertlsN
\II a s"t4 t9.title 'ialrir to ailrallee.
i .4a*_' .i>4.r tat. asa .... aat
Florida: Showers i r\ ,north por- regalia &4.-.1. rilta IHee ae-
t Jill Inserted la T& rjtljm k| I,c-n"ta
ltIay hays t1leir .
4"n tr afternoon and toiy:bt : tae rare nt Ic a word fg> ... tar J<|- raairgd. adisrtts.wieai. .- -
J I; Fair Tuesday. Pej-tly clgtie y tertinn. tot the niuMnta .k+r%'- (_ ...aLIt'A'"" 1t.\ItU..M..
the Wit It wards vr I MI I* ir. fnauryr eaMleatlois..
with scattered ; copy tweet
s4tlii Th.'its far MIM-C>#* t:P* !* Jr a : 'fh* Citlm. ff* 'b. ore 11
riY a portion thru Tucn3jiv. Coc1. ,tn'I .* and then .aishitfi IIaIJ. tor ,clock la the. moBUitf ,ib. '1 A'
i th.flr lk ai rd>} .t. Ufo .f psticazle.- -
north portion Tue dv. !Ii : ,
\1 ,.., .. .
Jacksonville thrti the Florid!* .; .

Strai i and Ef;t Gpjl.CIf 1'ld'cl:1 '-An tcf..i1'},# ".'.t.estfd "a4... 'Ma f..n..."'' .rr0a4ltlftftY. I. tia.'
Gentle to moderat? sj>rth tnol i pleatet erect it d"4rti"'Ir, Iranatent orQwtract The.Citta.II.wili t.
southeast winds turt> ta-4 .y : rearr'saihle. oat, 'otr tht first tiirerdoa In ttae.tfM .I.. rfllt&lllC. _a.t lit
UI "" sot: a Iel.W tvr ny he .I.UU alnawai uf snare !004 Ita...
1 except shifting to moderntej II&rt u, 'the a0ryrttarntrnt'trarre UIIII ,rrfOrIt.... orea" '

Tuesday.northerly wind Partly in clouts north weather portion;t !t ''11'A.f M'. pw1 .4A ., If tE. ,. i' slr/ .

'*. ron T3 ftT- ARirt>rxif3
with scattered showr-- 'Ql\ ,
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Jatkesnville to Apalfch .pl--; : -
r No small craft 0r storra vsrnixsgr j Furnished I\p rt."nent. 9 roomj fcndbith. 3-kedroom fumJfhei.: #Arthur

have been issued. Maid .ani janitgr seryires home.; Pfet: v. $%1JaJ; ;"eecy
II linens end utilities fur I t Jollr.s Qn"J hnscn..

nish d. Steamer rate*. Conl .. Phcass r1381 .;2. : octl-tl

Report j I Hotel Apart.nepts,'oppoaite Post ._ L '

] Key: West. Fku. Oct. 11, 1318 tI j Office. oct-T:2tx.1\ Gray marine engiaeslirarYlce.

Observation taken at City otti" ;I C. R.. Smith. frPp!sit "tr'itQne
Furnished 2 1.'l' otT! 'apanmein.UtilitieS Station '
8:30 T.mpetattsz.AJ&. EST) i! furnished. Children 1 : Marl: ; zct2no

highest ycterday ___ __ ._ 86; under 1 year accepted, -AJ>pJy I fI i vacuum1 S
: 'cy t :taeu* i'423,00.
815 Windsor Lone.
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4 1 Lowet last night ; f Washing mchnevl$OQ:'.Telephone
i Mcan ._ __ __ _._ -.5 83 164.M.. 1, -
Normal __ __u n 80 Four apartments aytilla e. 411 i
p...eipitatto William Street .ca5-23tc ; .
(A'Virepioto Total last 24 hOur .00 ing t J Radiance rose bushels 60e pacii.I .

AM UKIDENTiriED MAN finishes his, fist through the glass Total this month 5.$'l ire One-bedroom furnished apart-j Freeman- 1121 CatherirJ it.f .

.I as automobile window during ,a eUsb between striking. oil'rvliJMrT Excess this month 3.51 ,inst' meat, All=elecLlxC kitchen, ._ oct8-8tx

pcb and police at Richmond. CalU. The discrder Total Escasa this this year 43.31 15.09 inI ins.. scret'ncdh"pOn'\ garage: Cali i Small size Dlan i Iiht: -color, rotermites.
year 390, bet veeh aa. L !1. add 4 pra.0clll2U. :
Wk .. ,
t when n-ttriking office empires tried to park their I R.lab.. Humidity70T4 i .: Very, wod 'condi-i
MCB *bi!* neat the Standard Oil. refinery. : .t sto A.L 'tit ri. $2OT'c8sh.. '1309 Albunr

.-- f, : |' FOR BENT-APARTMENTS t" ocifl-3ts

'- -1, uatitptnuiwrc. CIIIW1JII1IIIlJIJII luut rj : *. LT lsaromet.rIS. .U 8:30 A.M. j AND ROOMSThe t jfc bar license. 'Apply 1018

29.97 ins1014.9 mbs. !I II ii Division Street.: oct9pJEI
What's Stutz HotsL 410 Fleming
N.C.C.S. j I Doing I Tomorrows Almanac I j J
Street has an efficiency apt
at the Sunrise 6:24 a.nv j 75o Jer heir*
ol tonic. 3ct at Poor
several sleeping rooms vacant -
: : ;
Icu Dual Street 6:03 : '
tR3IED SERVICES f p.m. Low weekly ormonthlyrates. : Old. Craig, 1019 White. Street
IIKFKNSE I Moonrise 3:10 p.m. I .'
FORCES .. 'octl-tf cctll-ltx
Y.M.C.A. .
I : Moonset 1:45 a.m. :;
ItltctGltUI Jtckson .
Square. -
and Southard Whitehead Streets FOR RENT-BUNGALOW !: Nice get siove. 2-bumer top and

I Tomorrow TIDES i i .. i O'en.Isf> wo jron beds, good
wlpulwunIwMs1tgrw' Two bedroom bungalow: screened( design. 5x6 linoleum. All
MONDAY (Naval Base)
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I 00 1'.M.-S.00 P.M. Writing MONDAY I Eattert Standard Time; < porch all electric kitchen, two cheap. 726 OhVja Street.

RUAfR" Pig Pw g.t i i 1 I 9:00 P.M.- Juke Box Dance. i W'ah Low ; car garage beautifully land-,. '. cctll-ltx

9:43 P.M.--Truth or Consequences I 5:39 a.m. | scaped. No pets, $.2 .OO per
Slow-1 Qui 7:13 p-in. 12:53 p.m. month to pee. 1st. then on seasonal -' Pump: tank and motor. Dining
'rhinec. Show. : I Ij to May 1st. Paul's Tire table four chair 1019 Flag

Tao I'JiLs,3it ...11. Spanirh.Rfginn 10:15 P.M.-Dancing continued ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA i Sh<;p. actl-tf. ler, Phone +$O-R. cctll-3ix

.rs Classes,!,TVJiPAY: Reference Station: Key West j i .

&ntta pjld'-"i: 7:10 P-M. Shyfflebord Ses | Tim*ofj, Height of f FOR RENT-COTTAGES Baby Crana pi !no: -Starr, exce-

PodafoInJ Instructor. sips; pn the patio:1 StationTid. high water lent condition. Tuner< ,

TUESDAY (supervised). j> tiaM? llonda Cottage. Rear 1C21 PaeIcr-'SLvctg..3t 907 Division Phone 8: -J.

WOO A.U-Bawling. fw Nary*! 9:00 PJil.-Littla Theater I (bridge) __ _-Oh tOrn 8.0 ft I : )lCt 1.6lx

WivM. at U. S. Sub Gro u p Reeharsa' ,, '(II Nanie Key I -

Ila w Bowling Alley' (Service personnel:'t {Pat Pn'I) __--2ts taI Modern three-room furnished co- : F9R SALE_:HoysES2stcry

2.00 RU.- avy Wives. Swim. welcome to attend !I I Boca Chica i'isgq-; Working ir 'settled '-coa- .

wing. U. S. Naval;! ami take part). j I i .Sandy Point)-Oh 40m ,, .pie or refined gentleaiutrApply. 10-roonq home and ia-op- ,

BV Poo WEDNESDAY: 1 ralde Chanrel J $ 629 United Street. t i crry, with adjoining :-roorni '.
Sao PM.-U. S. Naval Hospital! ':00 PAL-Hofpital Fish TripYMCANCCSRed i 'f north end} -- 10a +1-4 ft. QCt1t- i : building. Inquire 306
.' i L OOh. . i i" Virginia
ml;. ..:ZVVr./Jo nUr 'with I -j- t, Street er Phone$-48-1.!.
Mttriiftn Red Cross Cross. I I I cbTE: FOR TZNT.BOQMS .ocS-3 tx

End Tuesday). 7:30'. PJtl.-Shuff Jebnarrt _Sys, I I (_)-Minwt sign: CnrPCti n
7.W PJJ -U. S. Naval Hospital.EnUrrtainrn. siom CK the patio!I to be subtracted. I Large, well ventilated. sleeping i I'

to the (supervised). I <+)-Plus sign: Corrections Ube rooms with adjoining bath, at '| FOR $AIrE--USED. CARS.

.VTardj* (3rd Tues4ay -, 8:00 PiLYe: Ole Country added. summer rates. Young's Tourist

). Party", fcaturins i fh).-Hour.fO Rest 1721 Flagler. 1172-, Plvmoutb se ian. New. "motor.Cqmptetely .
WEDNET.D/.Y Square Dan J"ini. < feet "i( G.2tx overhauled; ready
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for long trip. $S<55. Jopes. 419
1:00 PJ.-11.-0o P.llBilliards. Virginia Reels' and (nrMinutsPolio "

Pith Pong. Writing Irish Keels etc. i ii i Two bedrooms. furn 3ed- Kitchen Williamct9zcg.

Roam Sewing Ma-:i THURSDAY Ya privileges. Apply 713 Si- ..
....ines. 3OQ .-5100 P.M -,... Classes | EpidemicNow monton Street. oct9-4tx 19-16 PeTJtiac 8 Station V.igvn.
undercoat na rust lnS'Cath..
1230 ;
P.M.-Ifpital Pat I t' nli"FWling in basic photo i f
: erlna Sttt t. t1I- lx
Party, joint graphy.: I : FOR RENT COTTAGES

procram, N.C.C.S.- .9:30 Pjtt-Darce. John Prit- Sweeping i AND APARTMENTS ; i
| 1939 .Chevrolet, 41-doessvdaa. r.aI -
YJ1OA. and Red '
| and his Or- : I
'I I diond htatsr. 2323 Harris
Cross. chestra. Vocals by New ZealandAUCKLAND. Colleges and apartments directly:
1:00 P.M.- Wives Physical !i AWnue, Phone
Xavy the members 'oft 1 1I j on ocean. Private teach. Apply 393Wvctll3tx
Fitness Class. Group.I
South Beach Motel
2 00 P.UNavy Wives Club. I I I FRIDAY. New Zealand.1'lAn i e WI -
'I .' infantile paralysis CDIdemic |- qctl-tf Best offer takes 1933 Dodge
fe0 PM.-lloxk.jr Class. ,I 8:00 P.M.;....Variety Nite .1 i ( se
".M P.MJuk Box Dance. i has hit most pelts of the dan. Good tires. Applv afttr
THURSDAY I'j Bridge. Picochla north island of New Zealand in > FOR RENT-HOTEL. ROOMS. : 6:00. 323 Whitehead Street

2 00 P!.I.-Srplane Base Pool;, SATURDAY! Movies the past year. Most seriously af- __ I I 1 actl l-tf
( Overseas Hotel low rate Coffee -
fected recently has been Wellington .
Navy Wives. I|I 2:00 P.M.-'Town Tour" -
1:00 P.M.:00 PJLI. t where 40 casts were reportedin shop. bar. oct2-6t For sale bv original owner. '48
SewingMachine. ] photogenic
i i j : 'Key Confirmed cases
two week in V-$ Statign Wagon Radio
T pewriter. West ( in ad- ,
> sign
Wellington' since November, 1947, undercoat; p.orcefainized. 9000 ,
Writing Room.!i; vance at the club.) total l. In Auckland: there have ipil s. Perfect c condition. $2.-
Shower*. 7:30 P. t..8:30 P.M. Voice
FRIDAY !: -. -re been 2.19 cases in the same period. Three years experieneft as pipe- 39j cash or $1063' down and
t'ording.8U *
fitter or plumbers hetp r. Twc balance in 13 month* Call
1 00 P L ,
-S.Jibal for Navy PJ.f-Movies, apnouwed
Wive at tP.rk. 1 China has no special'ceremonyin and one-half years as painter. M3-R.. octll-3tx
Bayview at the club.
connection with the birthday 22 years pf sge. Joe Carey :
10:15 P.M.-Sewnd show of Confucius: it f 3 merely noted in 830 Johnson Lane. octtI3tx'WANTEDSALESMN WANTED foPVY
2 00 POL--Prenatal Clot Der ,, same feature. .j
their calendar as the 27th day of
partment of Health I I! SUNDAY '
the Cth Moon. '
Anv house to be moved.
Instructor.f .
i 9U.A.M.--.Java Club. I i
JDO A1f X3:00 PJLI. Sewing I., '11:00 A.1\-"Oo To ChwciiParties. MALlf "i!| P.O. Box 886. oct9.2tx
WANTED wantgtLfurRawleigh ]
c' I HELP ; Man or woman
Machine .
1'1'. >\ nting Room, j j I 2CO P.M.-Classic Hour an- business in Cttjof Ii! FOR BALE OR 1lUp&:
Portgr-bellboy. Apply O1)i ;t I Key West. No experience beaded |
Showers.I .
nounced at the
00 PM.-Dance. Orchestra : .' Club.- Hotel, 6ct8-tf. to start. Full or pert time. j I f Ice cream reeling unit and busi-
-. Sales easy to make.ap4 profits ]I ness. Complete For sale or
other 9:00 Hour"Chaplain
Friday.ftitei P.M.-"Felluwship .
I HJIP W\HTtD-'JMAI.E large. Start immediately Writ trade. C19'i Quval Street
naling with the French
Rawleigh's. Dept, FAjfi6O290.Msntphs oct8-3ts
White Hit Club with Beatrice Moreno
; Mother, need extra dollars The I Tenn. ,
Dance. at the '
; big earning saaaon is here for act l 1=13-t -10-21X I REF1WtRATIQNImmediate ;
10:00 PM.-CoCfee Hour.
SATURDAY i Avon epr eJltijtiyeti. We havean .. ,- j
1 00 M P.XI.P.M.00-Boxing P.M.Dressing'ltoonu. Training. I II I I CAME ROOM-Chinese- Checkers opening for you in your l' A nationally known corDor,non; service. domestic or

community. No obligation to wants collection an4 adjust* commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration
Showers. i Chess. Cards, PingPong.
SUNDAY '' Pool, Writing Desks. Library inquire. Write Mra. Smedley. mint man tHw territory. $100 1 Service. Phone 724-W.
Box W. Palm bonus, >
P.O. 1101 Beach e.eJdY. plus oct9-6tx
W 00
Current Various Table
Communion Breakfast : Magazines
Fla. oct9-5t tJpedenceti pw or ope
White Nat Club !I Games, etc.INFORMATION.
whii can qualify as permanent STORAGE
U. S. Naval Basel I I DESK-Ten..I Wanted at unceAl.. waitress, fePF v*ntmive. Writ fully\;
(2nd Sunday). | nis Rackets, Golf Clubs Fishing
l twI.. lAWrenpB, 603
rOO P.M.-Picnic at Lines. Cameras. Checking Strv- and soda fountain girl Must first Ked Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
Swimming be fast and willing to learn.; SQ. Dearborn Chicago. commercial, Phone 79$.
Pool. Wiener Roast ice, Film Service, Mailing and cct11.1t
Local preferred. Apply octl-tf
(sign up in advance). Wrapping Packages. Receiving person ,
Adams Dairy Lunch
Ex j
Messages Stamps, Railway
J VI ;
laformatkn -and housing serv- pre*; Service. octll4q .
maps. I BOOTHS. Now is the time. The big ChriitJ Washers irons, vacuums andifans
trk phene<. stamps literature library LESLEIGII DAVIS, I. mas season means big profit? repaired, 0"Bri4nt. Phone j jll Start_ your f flower in watt-i proof
wrapping and
fur Avon Representatives.; f4.M. oct flower size 2iinches.
n ia4int Director paper pots .
railway ex- 1 I Write. horn -j boxes.
; Al
preM crrvice. laundry GERALD PINDER, train you., giving -, i- i-i 'i. ;o waterproof
aw.ble to all pick-up- Program Director. address to Mrs. Smedley. .Swedish mjkssage treatments byi Fresh shipment of seeds from
defense forces
tokl their famili.ts.1IRS. LILLIAN WEAVER Box 1101, W. Palm Beach r.G.1 registered practitioner. Five i the better seed co.'a just ar

E. a Secretary tre..tmeQf $13.00 or ten for; rived. Key West Garden &
Executive COUGHL1N DOREEN CRUZ. $25.00. Fqr appointment, tejc-! Lawn Supply Co., 914 Fleming

JIISS H1L7JA Secretary. Desk Aide 100'i profit selling name-im.t phone 575. oct9-tf: St. Tel. 1019. oct4-tf
CASTILLO 1 printed Christmas cards and $1;

Secretary, I assortments; also napkins stg-i Amazing spare time earnings.Sell .
ttTht Compulsory military training in tionery. Requast samples. DUN-j Christmas cards stationery We Hue $tJlralMatAthvr

duties Ui a local tale UQ- !Soviet Russia is Jaw by constitutional BAR Sanford 5, Fla. j II I 50 with natYte $1. Free! : Hams For Sier !
". In-Savkt Rmsi is I joctllltsl Candlettes. 35 mon- ,
; declaration.Russia's .
.. ""nc out the biddings of r eymakers. Profits to 100r. e F r
lKf Parr acid to Over $2 Easy work. Spare j Christmas, everyday boxes onjApproval. i Walter Beebe, Associate
w that the "vol-
wdI, LNinm Red Army reached' a time. Sell name :Empire Card, D.! $24 Southard BuNt

act cca1 to the Government peak during the war, it is esti-I houses. Write Dixon 212 sum-I mira, N. Y. Jsept29oct4ll3txl Phones 1W r 43='W or 9ISO .

9 m4tid. of 20 million. mer, Uoslon, Mass. .
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fo::, "-:., mlln umumnnnmn lU !ll nuuuiSOCIETY ll lllnllllJllmlllJllJ mlUllllnwu 1 W OUllln's Club r.Pioneer Group Two Uirtlu Ml ,, W

NEWS Meets Tomorrow .,'Elects Officers I City Il"'IHIff .

Afternoon The newly organized Ptea* r, A. .. ...... sts I T"

By JESSIE GIBSON Group ef the First Pi ibfn* n!..... .. .. ... -.

Tbe Citizen OUice-51 The Key West Woman's Club Church, elected officers *t tu'.H..e at &eM aM .. :
Phones: will hold its first meeting since i.I ehurrh. '
RMideac262.R afternoon .meeting last tutfA in the $ .tld Mrs MsnptItR
summer vacation tomorrow -
; inffltinmmimraninuuimuiiituwmmmuimiuinummntiDimmiflounmuwn mmuiiniwiuinuiHUiiinuiGlcnda at 3:30 o'clock in the Wo- The new officers wb w* IiiriMw .w-t i ..
man's Club Building, 319 Duval serve for six month **. Virgin ,' MI slid Ms' I ..i._

Lee Knowles Had Party It' I street {j Knowles, president: Jack McCriw Diwawa, '4 A Pia iee ".. ..... S i
*Fred Goldsmith, principal of the II vice-president: .. .
eI "+ '>t. t-t.
birth a
Here ;Safii rcfay Afternoons Key West high school will be the treasurer, and Yvonne Canuber ,.. .
: .. I 1 I tvnjned eaghl .1f-.1a. J!.a
i guest speaker. His subject-will be .secretary
s Glenda Lee Knowles, daughter witch, Jane Gomez, Billy, Camas -i in line with the program theme Iii
s. !. Mr=Qn Mrs..William Knowles., her -applied education." J
.....1313 Pine street, celebrated her: Tommy; Gantt, Lynette Gan t, Mrs Leland Goddard president i i
'." .... "v'@.,,M,..,,,.rih'-a y' With'.Pu'ty_ Margaret Cantt" ,Danny Garcia! announces that an advance copy '
atu..aay afternoon.N Audrey Saunders: Christine Gates of the "Key West Cook Book" will : t tt O
tRt snments' of ice cream, cake Jimmy: Williams, Laurie Ann i i be displayed to club members. 3eC..sti-.
t 2'Sfdcap: <| *Lrid favors ef balloons, Lowe, Sheila ,Howamtz. Randy :: Chairmen of all department I Ii : j ;
;, were given the guests" Party Howamtz, Madeline' Curry, William i i will report t'.'...x.Tow.Beachcomber. I tI
r ,., 1( ghies were 'played Door-prize Knowles, Jr., Oietta Stirrup, r! -I ..
: -As'ai won by Jimmy; Williams. Elexir Washington, Kennith Robertson l
... Attending were Larry May, Jeannie Garcia VirginiaRae Tot 1 1I ,
Joyce Roberts, Nancy ,Roberts Knowles I I !
Linda KoJwrts, Leonard Peterson, Parents present were Mrs. Reginald t.[ Participate In ;
'. Brenda Neal, Zoe Know IPS, Rob Roberts, Mrs. Bert Roberts Ii.*..
bie Knowles, Peggie Smith Linda Mrs. Purieghton Howanitz, Mrs. i 1948 Watch Parade ;,
Lowe, Joan Lowe Donna Jfewlan, Ray Matcovitch Mrs. Sarah
Austin Roberts, Sylvia Matco- Knowles, ,Mrs. Connie Robertson.! Today marks the beginning of 1 I

.._--- -...--- i the "1948 Watch Parade. a naI I i
I|tion-wide presentation: of the. fattest -
''. Altar Guild Of St. Paul's development in watches,I II
I |sponsored by the country's retail : Ii.
Will Have Autograph SocialThe I i jewelry stores and coordinated by
tha Council your .
: Jewelry Industry ..
Altar Guild of .St Paul's!t Variety numbers bv Gerald Finder As a participating jeweler. The s : .
; < Church will hold an autograph social and ._.eLittle Theater achcomber will have a special re'R' : .
.. a Tuesday October 12, at 8:00 Group" of the Y.M.C.A. '.display over a period of two i
: ,#..Ut" Pim..tnthe-Parish HalL Reading...Miss :Mary Theodora weeks of the last word in watches' : .'.
..a .". ;Ia"charge of arrangements area Sweeting. i of leaning manufacturers. .
r M ,.Ruby 'Edwards, Miss Mar. Vocal Solo: Mrs. Orion Russell I : The exhibit is designed to emphasize I : *lS
,+ ; gu te1 Hilton and Mrs. Hill is Dance: Paula Nevi house.. } the importance of styling
Sas : ., L Piano Solo: Barbara Ladd. itt watches on the basis that a i.:
.. The'following program will be i I Vocal Solo Mrs. James Roberts. .watch tells more than time it wo5Zregot .wk
3 ; presen fd. i! Dance: Yvonne Moore. :also tells much about the wearer. ..
: Piano duet, Miss Marguerite Novelty number Mrs. Ella Al- ';The display will therefore include
:;; ; Hilton and Charles Roberts. I b Vocal 'watches for business, for everyday I i
for format dress ani
: ,Reading: Jimirue Raneu : Solo: Mr. Moss. living
: Piano Solo Mrs. John Valenzu- : Dance: Mary Claudia Hams !for play as well as for specialized
.'I ela t Piano Solo Barbara Dt>lgajo.I 1 uses in sports as a participant or ssC
Vocal Duet: llu s Mary Ann I! Vocal Trio: Sandra Johnson, :spectator: hobbies, such as photography -
Matchett and Miss Cleora Roberts. Patty and Rose Yates. i and, as used in the professions
Reading: :Miss Irwin Sweating. Vocal Solo: Sam Goldsmith. f such as medicine engi- kT ti
-- i neering, radio broadcasting and I

Roy M. Watson Was Married j the like. For, whether bought for sf b.t srsM M .Ilee..i..w..e.
II' Now no more waiting for waterto
I' j one's own use, or as a gift, a watch i
i i is the kind of "personalized" pur- I' get hot for dishes,bathinc. and .
Saturday In EVllllslilleIllll.' I chase, the Council points out laundering! For constant ht .54 wMw Aso -
:which calls for authoritative sty le- water the new automatic Scrvd t t_ i
Roy Morse Watson, son of Mr at 915 Southard street A recptionin I .
: wise counsel of the kind that your Ball-Type GM Water Heater fives waiiwg astir.M.d
and Mrs. Lawton Watson, 915 : their honor is planned by Mr.: local jeweler is best fitted to
I Watson's parents for October 21 i : pro- you all you want you rw. st. ssttw 1 !
Southard street, was married to I ; vide. 'V
in the Ca-c..olic Youth Center. i want. Y.o N us ed s 1 ss41sNwi.
.., Miss Mary Jane Brennan, of Ev- Mr. Watson is a graduate of This speeder hot water snrtc.
ansville, Ind., October 9.The wed- I Key West high school class of '42 Leo B. Warren i* made possible by &-rvri'. elcluaive .... t krwstdi. it
ding took place at 8 a. m. in St. He served four years with the ball-type deans hkh t.tine../
Evansville. Army Engineers, two of which !
Mary's Church Leaves TomorrowFor :
beaU water faster and keapa it 11b.a. a.tirtai
: The young couple will arrive in were overseas. He is a salesman: i
I j hotter longer. This plenty ass
t' Key West, October 19, and reside for Southern Dairies in Key West. SchoolChief -I

__ _, u _____--- -_.. -- --- Navy j
: and Mrs. Leo Braxton
: : Calendar Of. i i Study Group ,Of"i i Warren and young son Leo H, I
203 B. will leave -
by plane tomorrow -
i ; Coining Evilits. i'r- .Harris Sellout PTA : at 3:15 p.m. for Auburn, N .wh1 wdly
Y. where Mrs. Warren will visit t.I
: ,MONDAY OCTOBER; Jl-: Meets Tomorrow \I her mother while Chief Warren ." ttk.1 I .
Sal ftrei ... a
: :.... Roori Mothers of Junior.-Senior \t 'I I proceeds to Portsmouth, Va., for a
.. High'School PTA meet at 7:30 The study group of the Harris :' Navy course. ; j? t. t..t i s $ sa '
.:- p.m. in auditorium. ; I Chief Warren, son of Mrs. Leo 2. Mea
c" 1 !School PTA will meet tomorroy I -
Review of "oleos" for EastL'nne" H. Warren 412 Elizabeth street ta
,Barn Theatre;;: 8pm. :evening at 8:00 o'clock in the has been in charge cf Welfare and \I '** 3. iii... IIbb.. $ .. -
Convent Alumnae meets with : school auditorium. Guest speaker Recreation a* the ITS Naval
'Mrs Conchita Martinez. 407. Rev. G Leor ":'e'3, will speak ont He'.pital for the last year.'DivilJotTsi''PTA. I lusase i

South Street at 8 P.M_ to the topic for the month, "Psychology -

Plan Halloween Festival ; of the Elementary School 1 1I !
; ,
Jayshees meet at 8 p.m in Jaycee I
clubhouse. Child"The flaw
Room MothersMeet
TUESDAYOCTOBERl -- ; Harris school P.T.A. i invites ; v e.gildwt Sea. M
Woman's Club meets at 3:30 p. ::all (citizens who are interested in Ii M
m. in Woman's Club Building, ; child welfare to attend this Stu 1t > \ isl f
Duval street. group tomorrow night The group", PTA of Division Street sl t M
Division Street school room meet once a month to discuss. or.' School will meet Tuesday night
mothers meet at 2:06.p.m. to hear various speakers on subjects a
at 7:45 o'clock schol audi-
: in tae a
-plan Hallowe'en festival. relating to child psychology and
Division Street PTA' meets at welfare. j ton am, Mr*. C. Sam I!. Curry ant -
7:45 pjn in school auditor: (nounccs. Guest speaker will be I a

mm. HIGH SCIIOOL PTA [Mrs. Wilhelmina Harvev
Harris School PTA Study Group
MOTHERS MEET Several evening meetings are f11ffi f
meets at 3 p.n in ''aiitoriumto '
hear discussion of Psych : TOMGHT AT 7:30 ;j planned for this year, to enablei ft
ology o f the Elementary : The Room Mothers of the Jun- i i fathers to attend. "
.. School Child," led by Rev. G. ior-Senior High School PTA will : :Mrs Curry also calls attention I I
e'.'3- .l.1teon "Well*. All citizens who meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the ; to the meeting of Room Mothers
are interested invited to at- high school auditorium it was announced t tomorrow at 2 p. m. to plan the'annual I Now InSpecai

: a, i 5 Aitar rnn:1.:Guild of St. Paul's". church: today.- _______ ___ .Halloween: Festival Effect. !

s .. halds Autograph Social in !1 A Terrified Choking Scream .
y Parish Hall at 8 p m.

k3HospitalAuxiliary, 4 A Low Rat i is

p.TOL at Municipal Hospital.

Hospital Auxiliary Sewing r
Group meets at Municipal
Hospital 2pm. For transportation -
call Mrs. Rutt, 420-W. This nc'ir rate is .20 /irr hnndreilYour cat
Bingo in St Mary's Parish Center -
beguiling at 8 p.m. Spon- I '
cmfor Hill till
sored by Catholic Daughtersof refrigeration

American, Holy Name So-
cietv. and St. Vincent de Paul
F Society Cash prize3.FRIDAYOCTOBER1 -. I on the MS<' refrigerator *v w IHt rf fH

Officers Wives Club has luncheon will make an allowance in "H. //.
meeting at 12 30 Electionof I

Hallowe'en officers.Dance at High p(c7i, *;Z(' refri;!trtilor in HW ***

R SchooL 3 p.m. I

lines.on find WJ *..r
'* =Spanish Class may +H .\ *

,F S Meets-Tonight i for refrigeiation will In* hy iHqHti''

*' The'second session'u1 tne N'CCSpams at office.
U -> >h class will be held in the
4 1.3 club hou e, 1021 Duval street tonight
from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock
In order to'bring student who I II
missed last Monday's class on iC-
count of the =t rm. up to date. the
first lesson will be reviewed by I
the instructor, Senorita Bemldes .

Remond.There are no charges to servicemen ': fills tae theater as Kevin Gilber rising to leave her seat discovers .I: I

and their dependents.Hospital that death had been her neighbor during the performance.How .

had th dead man been struck? Why These are the qvc*- Key Viest Gas COi119
Auxiliary t lions that lead up to a surprise ending that will hold you spell
Meets Wednesday i j bound. B. sure to readDEADLY

The Hospital Auxiliary will!
meet Wedncsaa, October 13, at 41' WEAPON {-
feming Street
p.m. at the Municipal Hospital, :
., Mrs Reggie Pritchard announced t
.. today I' .4i>peartng ill The (:ilizen Tumorrinc -- --,. --- -' .- .. .- .. -




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,: 909 Oa Simonton ruiip- Management Street* :: :: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : 2 If h t la ..EI: Lrical WE WESELLWcWai.CaUForaadDditei-- I[T r'f 1i '... >. .if. :. POOR OLD CRAIG !

: .I BENNY FERNANDEZ: Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : i :
WILL RE OPEN :. : SHOWING oi Electrical I Appliahces : : W Year*' Exporiaaca la Electrical Watk : i : i ,
Manage tt8C MM
: J 1' BRADY. < JFraacte
SOON ........'.***........................................... : :i .L' : 211 Durml s a i '.. srco.Mesa,.Jr-. Prop. .. ::' tad Dtrcatoe) ...... J
.. : Tho Best of 1 ---.__ ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 ; '01'DUVAL STREET ; : Tirrs Tube. Ratlrrtc Au..c..rk.. : tI..;,

STEAKSTropical HOME\ .SU RE. .... ..... ... .........................:..... i 142-STMONTON'. .... STREETCleaning : .! "Your PURE OIL oDd GA5OLWC 49t.for See
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,I ::J Tempting PIES will Fresh be aavilableortlr FRUIT : ; "Your Potronogo Invited" :. : :_: PRITCHARD .: : RUSSELirS, t t : find: Fretting31HOUR SERVICE .:: : Body and Fender; Repairing; j.1 J

: at BENNY'S Ic* Cream Proprietary Medicine : } FUNERAL .0 .. Fre..pick-Up'aad :
: MOTOR COURT a Sick Room 1 j DRY GOODS i> :. :'n.u..ry S rvics s : AUTO PAINTING :
...............eeeeeeeee ; Supplies School.Supplier : .. : J1ITS for'IEN : :

I ;..........Toilet......Preparation.. ..........and....Articles... ............: .i V HOME .. 1106- OLIVIA STREET"<" : t.: ..;.... .. .anal- WOMEN : : COMPLETE RADIATOR AUTO SERYKE AND *:: "

....eeeeee.<........... .... .. .. ... ...:. ......... I : PHONE '373 .: *C' Malle." -to-\1Pasure : TONY'S : \\
]V[ \ ?( [ Lei! Those Serve IIc : : o.n' -f : ._._...-.._.'PHONE,.... .h._."".._tnf ,___ :. BODY SHOf ,.I-.
MUMFORD ;;;;;) : I r1&0 Deal Cm-OS GREENE iACT
: GOMEZ and ROSS : SpecializingWomcn'sqhd ': .":f. '. 5555555 .............................................
: -220 DUVAL STREET : : : .ill 'i: _'. .........................../e................ i
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: FURNITURE CO. : : Easy and Blackstone Washers :' BETRAYED A TRUSTs : : i '# : 4 GLAMOROUS? : )
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:. 710 DUVAL STREET: :. : Electromasier Ranges I : : "-,-. ," ; :PEZ i Get Sit ft* Feat WHfc ''ht..... :

: .Nationally-Advertised : : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : :: Amlmlarire ServiceTelephone :: r hildreiife* ?. .5: -LV.: : (... .-. debucurlCold :

.: Delaware Products. Plastic Floor .: ,S: (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : .: / 518 .: -: t ,JtP) t sal rs: rvuc.V : : War Part iM.l : :

Covering : ... .All............PHONES_. .....-...-...-.....9150..... ... .: Never Sleeps : i Apparel.1*.' 1 't 1'1; .msIWNK .: \" I A..n. twitU'.J b.dt.i4 p.Ir.urlMI :
:. eClopar Fiber Venetian :. ........ ..,..............s555050555...._... .....................: ........._.,SS..i.i._t.1 ,.,.... I -./ thllt wiN -t r Y Nt M.1S :
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Blinds > : ;if_ ,Funeral J : / NEW ___
S : .Luggage. Appliances. : .. .. : : ;; \. ':Uf,.i .'. t.'and. V: I N ,..H enc GlBWMir CMof S 1 0 :
; S rjAMYEis "'I : the N9w $sarwn :
: and Mohawk : .. ; f ;.p..-.;Buit. 1. .
: A juntas iar Rugs : .. .... .. .. .prLa.ill. .. pcrrl.R, ,,y I, ..:
., .* -.. 4 'lour -- "''A"'Ii. K/1....''' "'9... : '
.: .. : Licensed Insured A'.. } -I ;_' : : : : Make Your tam a.u rsa. /a/aLI t.:
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: OPEN TILL 1:00 P.M.. : GUAIANTIED VX.OtKMQOERN ; 5 .,jAmpultince AppolatmentTel CAROLYN = i
MON and SAT. i PAINTING Contractor t .! : Now
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a eeeeeeeeeeeee.. .- : 175 Ovtrseaa lle el fit rt...wL :

;t ......................1 '" J. Douglas Trevor :,...Telaphona........3127.114.......Duval....e Street..e...JeHenon..I....Hottl....>eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeea .*. ......PJi-.,._..,:. .-.<*:.-**Night....(91....... .: DONALD. BAJUU.Keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. .. ****: ..

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PRICE TOURS 1823 Harris Electric | fo.S .trt.r:....-......:ie f i
Are. Key West Fla. : STFXL'S BEAUTY NOOK #

PaUMngerRepreavmUtiret PHONE 1371-R HOTPOINT Ran'&Egi;: :! | K y"Wes" a.toUVENIRs. : Scientific Beauty Cultur :
: s ,, s : Refrigerators. Disposals aDd Electrical ApnCU' e> : : in All Branches fA, t.:

to ., \ : Washing Machines for Immediate 'Deliyiry, r ; = : 'Thorouchly Exp..rM c4 :
; *455 (111')wSSeSwSeSSSSSSSSSSSSSP : Operators :

S : FLORIDA EAST ; ................. _. ..... HOME APPLIANCE : .:. ,.CONQT. SHELLS : : Soft Watat OtM ExcteaNWf : !\
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COAST RAILWAY ...................................a..:.......... : 60S :SIMONTON SThEET: 'PHONE, -11'4 ,,. -. : Phoa.637 534 FU.iai St. i
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w.w Located Real Save 20% : ,..........................................., --: cocpANirrsf : .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeee*.II.*.....s :.
Fire I Insurance Former Cuttotncta, Yrw.M .-4 HIS. P1AMt 1M.sled q
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on dwellings
DR. COBO'S : nurc.a n 111bldgs. ., by INSURING withAtlantic I Landscaping, Marl\ and Top Soil; .l f .._SPONGES :.. : Frances u1LS.Ion :
OFFICE : : houce- : -v ,, !
: bold and per. : TOP SOIL $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK" ,.* | : .
Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Cc, ...... re.Ir.r is
FLEMINO: STREET : weal effect. : : IARL.HAULED. $5.00 fox 4 YARDS, ,V. .-'":} WW bipt0'Any Pgrt : ttNItMY
HA* ef La Coach Hotel :: All Policies Non-Au uabls t : : ol UJ5. or Canada. 1111 cntNHBU.Ocauly :
l .. : :Save 15% onMercantile Also Lots'Cleared and Marl Spread-Very a.uotiabl.UUIi''i'II'H i .* .r : V
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:: GOLF COURSE :: S22 Heming St. XL M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 '.. Open Dally and Sunday a V .:. }i .. -- HUESO Ifkih :

.:. tf ; .:. Cushman Motor\ Scooters : SERVING 5 P.M.! to 1 A.M. .. r i ." .. .hppraiiata :: ; BEAUTY SALONSouthernmost i I

: Dinners ; :t.; HOUM :
: Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE i 1.eaWV .
: : : Sale and Service : : S la Iba U.S.A. L
I !.. Also A La Carte and Sandwiches 1' ''' a I:tebLJs 1400 DUVAL STREET :

: : HIDEAWAY.- .."..........REASONABLE............PRICES..............1 eee! jl4Woved' ement Spec Iala.nKn .. 4 : "
; TAKE : ...e......................... teeeeeeeeeieeeaHUE ; lad Vacanthett1 Hair COLORING 7 4 ;
BUS f : ,. i la Car"Waal'vttd Permanent WAVING :
: :. H0. I 11NURAN.CE ', I '. ) ar9.. COUatyKI1tcn1TEI11IER : : Hair CUTTING fstyliaq :
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to thOOLT rid .. conoml- ; I .., .
; / Now yos can .. ; "OtTO 0 : Slenderi&Utg i
,. UHES' : : / I cal while Ciuhmui pcyinc for Motor it... end Scoots the WIND AUTO BONDS.. .. .1 :. : : : Spot REDUCING: : !
money you MT over other : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE CO tRAGE; t""'"*:"..s I.' .' t r 'J.REALTOR, : Mechanical MASSAGE s :
method*of transportation, pay* ?-* f- 41|;tleniiB 'I :
Com la\ far Sireettlf : : No... Wed, k FrL
HOT funl Cor free e Informatioik Cuahman. ; Key \West Insurance Co I Whjtbaad 8tr et : ., Open EnniDga-Appoiaa.eata :_

:" KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : .................................... teeeeeeeeeeee :: SIS SIMONTON STREET PHONE_' SS7.. V :i ........ 114 and. TMHINSURANCE a, Ar Necessary _sr 0 :
...................... Duectly in Front of Postoffice 1311"Coolest
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: Key West Jew lery Co. : .
': : W.Bur DIAMONDS and t;. Our Customers Mutt B. :: 1. OffICE: : LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM I I IIn
; JEWELRY: or WHAT Satisfied i PLUMBING i J 518 SOUT1LVROI : :
YOUI! See Danll!! ;
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.lt'alre Baklag OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i | Opposite; Bus Station
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o mmf. f r rrlallirBrrlrv .. 82S : Magazines Proprietary MtJict** :
: Aim* ....wllblM... .... :wkllewell. 3I.r.rem : : "We DeliverBe Phones 781 and 9.W ,
.. KEY. WEST JEWELERY : t Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : j J I. Companyleeeeeeee School Supplies :

:. :. Co.... 913. ....ii...Fleming. St.. : 0 Packaged Good ..............: :..........512.....MARGARET............STREET.. .. ..... ... ..__....._ ._ _,
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8 Wbr4i You Go : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET : I

Food : Moving Raising,or Shoring Houses, Garages* ; : UM New OwawrtM* e.4 M. ...1 :
Shopping 81 V PlUMBING ; Boat or What.. e. You : .1 OPAL E. VAN DU11iIN ..

8S Be Sore to Get BONDED and LICENSED ; Itistinctite Gifts; "'.., ..tN "U.1f.AI :

:INSURED, CONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATES ; -Telephone 1512BaF" I and Tastes In ,1 W iUe ,.,*... Ns... : I.:

i aqe&wt : All Work,,Guaranteed "TW Corner Whitehead. sad Caretoe Se...*. Meta .WS i

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ENRICHED BREAD : Why Par Mora Whin Y.r"Caa-BUT'For List ; S
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Repair 9 Setcage : : I gey USE YOU& CRfeDlT W! :

TIN tomndxdon of Today9; : : Men's, Ladies' and Qiildrens. WearCurtain : S,. illlisinlf in %,wnish ,'*...., .I Ww ri u..w. :

I VM Pkrad, Prompt Reliable Draper Cedeh Covert s. Bedspreads : : DAILY SPECIALS- Aci*. Gogvoiles :i. : :.
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:: &ALPS Eer.Mt FARJLLDO PHOMZe 1Mi. PHONE 1120 HAMILTON MEil CAMIlLE. CO : Open, Daily 7 A.I.21." M..| ft .X.-U M.nv :
Car. Angel* St. Phone 1U WE ARE SMALL WTT WHAT' rM -Teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaeve :

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' t! 4 BOYS WILL 'BE BOYS:-: 7 _BRfOTHERS BORN; 'IN. EIGHT YEARS r WHAT -'T.uE N5:.: '.:-_:"_ -; ---== Ul?n.GQlt1; ,l cl OnI tllt.i I f sail ...... r ... I...

.. .. "':. .. .. -...&, .. -, drew kWt + ....
I Congressional .. ; ""' ;'>:!1 t 14 .nPlaMI fII .
: .' .' t DDTs Failure To Kill 1943 | o rkshop..SIudies t_
f I I tG a... idea -.
Grist Mill] t studies of th.$mroe Coun the ". lii'tabs.
"" .. By ROBERT EV PE'GER j -
wn *h
Tearten Workshop ': ihs s It eri.lnaaefP'tv4
11y Rt9. CCOKCC =MATERSa --.. I I WASHINGTON super &fly killer. DDT, U ;i iS held August 1ft throufh Sept
ble killing flies. Flies alM 1 :
apparently buildingup a
I are
; : have been compiled; ia i a book aiY+s ..
IW th, ..*' four and a half : .; ". ; i to it. Dr. P. N. Ajuumd. chief of the Bureau"of "Guti'VlC'l ''twaa -.. -a
%...*.. I haw tr vrtcd) through .1 "'" ii Plant Quarantine,of.tf19-. u. S. DeparbneAt: of Agriculture U| page, entitle in'Saris! itema ,.. 1MIwY.

Qr4 B,.... SwtUcrUnJ. flalyPrw. reports have come tram' several parts of the country 1 1fen't Y
+ killing U14t'19-48 ,crop 9! flies. 'i t...4alta rd b m.JiIJq.: .. t
.i *n4 Germany. I have at. !I The workshop, which .u tpJG-
f a ., t ti This is wfaat ,the '.f1r'e=pens have faued.. ApparEt ,
Mimroe Oraty
........J to JH-r Inftrmation as j r flies are giving a good demonstration of the.old by the
r 0 7 x jungle of Instruction Genera JBx-
|*> t... pr AMH ., war. th* opJ J the survival\ of the fit.{ But pie fly expert hare several I; Division Stale Devt- a-aE ;

.f>Uo .f .... Mar hal Plan, and I ,;,r their: sleeves. .se-----. t cf Education aal h I .n-L .

Okr ..u-.ilny *.f th* oration ... .. I Dr. Annond says this U the University eonsiwc VteI '"
N fottotUMi of the waste I Im of chili guMante ani Je-1 I AjIi'" ... I I till
I ......n,.i*.i. In ..areh of that J ltm1 t: situation: Funeral :; front its messy **&**- rediiait tAfl ..... e. ......
cert.iiliMn I tIe- talked foil J i Flies are killed "by ..ctoQiing in i lectures and reports of werij ti!: by ttla Artt1 ....

wOr with cwrm0MM atheists ia confect with PPT spHyed'on; For Mrs.\ Yado i i j committees on these svbirrt. -
tart .4 ItMw* *MMtr .* but have ,c te jsuifaces.: l\ works .through their in this book .j I l 9eatleih thanatliraastw
t raged iMMMtptvUy wrtto. the man : nervous systems. Apparently a Funeral service for < In an introduction. Dr. Robtrt 1rtaj...
.A Hi. t\r+n. Ac a result ray oU ,j az I I I fly'' gets a -hot foof 'alter he menlina Yado, 63, who ( ,Moon Director of th* Mee rae I I .tamr t= rate *
.* .r* a cwBpuHU recttv '. alights ti) 3rj are? spr kJed. withi Wednesday in Hudson, Teacher Yfacfcshop, i 1\11.- W. aougiar
.4 train Many uurc.*> uf &Afora I II I i I DDT. Some flies already; have by held this afternoon : nu out that: the teachew!' wit, I''. ....... oM ..allPt ..

... received I I a killing 'cJose..of the o'clock! in the chapel of ,on this p:x>jtct: vrar* be i iaP.l ,
a B lffu) thai another world 1 poison by the time their feet'1r funeral Home. Father --- # ......
war fat 1 UP vwfctai.. I t.U.v. w* 4 as begin to i'ngle., ,i,Mary's Star of the Sea
tow* ri.Mw* .f rFtnc war III I a m.-_ Some other flies aoparently Church, will officiate. i

ire ran nmwjw* the Huwtan that t. (VP)' Photo can take more DDT and live to be in the family pjot In )
to ,...". IM furttor would mean iwar i I I tell their grandchildren about itJ olic I
SEVER TIMES IN EIGHT Y1ARS.: Mr.and Mrs. Harold A. Erickson of Chattanooga. Tenn. have Cemetery. rlA <
Many"! th mutt tofurmedMm J After escaping they breed. And I t: She is survived by two ,
whom I talk heard the doctor says "It's a bor." Here are th e parents'at home with their seven small sons.
Ui to
fe KurufM w j t j they pass on their offspring: I lix and Albert Yado
.d UWv. KM the Soviet Union Left'to right, Uaodiogs; John 5; }Allen; 6: Harold. I: Frank 7; David. 4. Mrs. Erickson holds stv- ;, this ability to take a dosed DDT I, ters, Mrs. Hilda Argo.;

*.*. IM| want a battle of buUeu I Isad en-week-old: Michael newest addition to the .family. Philip. 2. sits by his dad. manager, of a that I would a-knockout punch I Hudson' and Mrs. Zeni :

bank row but that the ill whelssale flower company. .. -- to' another fly.. '.possiblytheir: four.brpthers; Enrique. Hen"B:
patfciAt tor own tttih aim' in a feet are more .sensitive. ta DDT. I- Alfredo Rosello of Tampa 1Q
--- --- ---- -- - + "- -
III awedtefr-Mfci her needles | So it ou the weak
War too. turns- : wardo Rosello of' Cuba
are frvwtft4 winter.. and bigger I flies or ones with Insensitivefeet .! 1 alldchldf n.! W
atlr day are killed: Other' flies with 1 1
Tt)* tied da. .*r. I believe. U {i.I sensitive feet,orof: strong physique i flies-the kind that are
.tin U. .poMUNMty that th* Soviet survive to: breed'a super :t harder to kill in your
l..lrt INY iMMfiterprvt our abI 1 I, LA aRer family. Stable..
tkovrmr* *< car M an indication Scientist long ago- suspected .t They have found that
that we want pace at any price. I I -r something like this might hap.. two generations of flies
Tli wt put wan have taught us pen and they went to' work In'[t sprinkled with DDT
that dkrtaten cannot be stopped II laboratories. They sprayed flies, { spring lose; some of ,
.by ssis+ aatweni. uaprrparednest in cages with DDT, They allow 'ance.' So they wait a
'. sir vat- trnuacUUuRS. Th y inVMtablr I ed the survivors of each spray,,I generations and then tlF r sr
n.nint Tpret ail theca as II Ing to breed. lhe-43rd genera ; a heavy dose it wipes

wv k... OQ our part and they .. {. .way:. ,. tion, with all the jveakljngs i whole fly generation
ptttll Miwarl tnevHably causing .4 eliminated!, they produced a fly'I j escaping to breed
.-.-Tnat muat no* happen again. that could take- three times as better flies.Another a
Our invMsiut cuorerrx. there- t+ .rew much DDT without curling up ace up the
lure, M V ataDd firm against the I i t his toes, as' .aa 'ordinary ,fly. De-'* combination; poison mix !
H MUII pufcry *f nerdhnf. We a partment of agriculture scientists -I with other insecticides.
....| nvuarv th* Russians. that see these ,two leading pos- (tests this has proved! to
w* 4. n4 "'..... U be pushed I I sibilities: 'the haymaker the

nvufkl .m any i.u* where weN 1. Possibly the surviving: flies red: FOR HOME or
ruAvtnrrU we .r* right by I develop more. sensitive feet ,"
t HUnc prvfaVfti far the worst through each generation.: They
MMW. .htf4ft. ( tW tit* beat. I get the "hot foot" quicker than COMMERCIAL. USEIre
W. HMttt star .lo Urtiin. A sign other flies when they land on the .
I .a ....aj..M mow WduU five new I poison and fly aWay before they Soda and'Luncheonette
slitmitm IW. furttvct Ruiuan needIMC. get a killing does. 2. Or they are Are "''7ir.J To FniJe YUMOfor WffIe
aA4 BMiHi .f th* ground reguntd I .d ust all-around flies with more
U UES; envsiiFUCt: :
..... .. Pure or
against communism -- "Y" \ -. .- IC + .,. health and more vigor. At least
In a .has..... and cMtfuted EuwauM : they have more DDT-resist'lnce. Apply ISLAND
.... be WLSe > Wirephoto That's the most likely theory'', SODA Inc.ICE
'* MMM t4 Berlin ia now be Thompson Enterprises .
I ..... Mw. Unttod NattoM for a oW- NINE MEN: PERISHED: In Ibis wreckage'cf a B S3 Supcxfortzess bomber which exploded! over Dr.He Annand and! says.other department, 222 DUVAL ST ; ;

et.isn. The U N AMembly shei4danukb Waycress. G*? and plunged into'a swamp oa the edge of the city. This portion of the ruins landed scientist aren't too worried about Famous for DIVISION '
\ pruciamatton stating that on the edge of a drainage ditch. Four persons p pracbuted to safety. Air Force officers said; the situation. In their laboratories -'- ( ) .
the Hamburger
a* .... a* that bumUan U before plane carried secret electronic equipment they have been 43 jumps or -"Meet You Friends a

the JM.e4 N...... if, the Soviet I .. I generations, ahead of the wild I
U..ia.. tK other nation acts ; .. .
I any ijr. .... -- --
... .. -
ws9 .. u.. of fore or threats to 1 -
shag. the status quo then that Death Today Of '. .

natt.a su acting will have coma' LOUISA'S LETTER : .,
Nwti.g an act wt aggression I
I against all Uw remaining United Charles Curtis _

N.. w and would be deemed to
., Lear Louisa: C7 died this
H.*"jr started an uajtutified war j Charles Curtk. ,
.... M. .fl vountries of the world I am a girl of fifteen and love a boy very much and believe ;i morning at 4:20: o'clock in his

wM sub cnbe to the principle of h., loves me. I hove known'him over a year and he has been residence, 511 Francis street, aft. Million New TelephonesI
IfceOfeUtMl Nations Charter. Fur to: see ma about ten times. !!I .
t9.t. the prwUoMtton should. deeiaif He gets mad with me whenever I go with 'tome one else. 'I i i i I er Funeral a -diort:; services illness. will be held .

that. all nations of the Unile Should I let the other boys alone so he won't get mad or should :i Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the .
tN.tMeM .*.... Join together I with them? j

eve a..|Uy other the means usy of arms necessary and.what-force ''I go DJ3.-Va. :i Rev.Fleming J. B.St Reid Methodist, pastor, will Church.!offi I < Added in the South

I t9weltt.mdsi ......... to resume the Answer: I I ciate. {; .
I '
You to all friends : with. Funeral Home is in
I .1ags' qu awaiting final. d te.. are very young give up your go Lopez : : :
Mullati.a br lie United Nations i iprorl Just one boy. It will be several years before you are old enoughto j charge of arrangements. '
1; w .m.Un would out I IteM take on the responsibilities of marriage and you will probably ; Burial will take place in'the :i

..i*.-Natten on notice of cer.* I I| be in love with one or two.t -I I family plot in City Cemetery. ,
lain, Survivors includ a sister, Mri:, :
MMwdtate and unified '
ac i
others before that time arrives. sweethearts back but I :
; ,
I4y the world against it. if itpKd Lillie Hathaway. I 'j'e" Since V-J Day
M IU unlawful eneeoaHtmmt What we choose in a boy at something that is hard to do. i Key of the Gulf Castle, No. 2, ,.

It would unite the the age of fifteen is rarely what j Usually, a dead love is j Knights of the Golden Eagle -'; : I
other nations. of the world. Such dcad.t I' will attend the funeral in a ' and it is hard to revive.
we would like when we get to be ; :j .
restitute deetMve stand by the body. .. -
nineteen and I think boys still these '
u OretMM is the only hope or twenty loving :: girls I

fc* IK' future effectiveness of the you will be wise not to tie yourself going with others, I fear this, i isl i Mrs. M.\ E. Shultz, are'now ONE MILLION more Southern than $35.000.000 year. Tod-ay. 3e.tsett Bell
U N., down to any one boy at your only wishful thinking on th's part I 1
Ai hr tfee. MarOull Plot" -, my tte. of the girls who have been left J' Bell l telephones serving the people of the nine employees, on the average are Pahl M% tsar.!.

mrtfs.iur was that'on the whole Of course you can have him If a boy is really in love with'I Died This Morning -Southeastern States than there were on V-J than they would be paid at tl tttl ltitaarelr
at 4 *nrstg aatM actorUy. It..isMa a girl she will not, need to'scheme j
*** the .cements of cuM 'far your best; boy friend andhave and lay plans to get him i Day. We have twice as ..many telephones in pay scales.
more dates and the more I Mrs. Minnie Ettal Shult.. 79
N4* get on UM.T economic feet back for he will come back of.!
H.<*..*.. Are talking with not important. dates with him. I i died Sunday morning, 8:30I : ( In 1940.
ooJe. gotimmti.Ul elf trials butMd LOUISA. i i|: his I own have accord. instances, how. I,i I o'clock. in h'r residence, ;309 Rates lor Telephone Serviceor* J1et
|rI duel n....... 'in I Italy France ';', seen I I Whitehead street after a long *
ante Oeet BntMn. I conclaJedM Two young readers from Alabama ever. of girls who make up their {{i I illness More People and More Equipment Caught Up With Past Increase In

the. MarehaU Plan as now wish to know how they can minds to get a boy and they stop i; Funeral services will be held

.**.M> at not winning fri.nd op.for get bots back who once went at nothing. They take snubs and !II I today at 5 p.m. in the chapel of Telephone service means pepple and there are Wages and Other Costs
rebuffs without
WieXVnrted States owns the with them. One of them thinks batting an eye!I th:: Lopez Funeral Home. Mrs.
ac< be..'4* of Europe. wr.1 that the boy still loves her but I and ocasionally, their perseverance Dorothy Cal bonelI, Christian nearly 20,000 more Southern Bell employees While the average wage rat par MajiajM' *
... t ..... wears the victim down in I I will officiate. I
know" and goes with this other girl because Science reader,
than the end of the is 95% above the
the end. But I have always serving you today at war. today pre-war"ato asti.t er
ate the tremindMUS sacrifice that she is no all she should be. Burial will be in the family plot

the AuwnrMi iA>t is nuking into So many girls writs to me asking imagined that life with someone!I in City Cemetery. I A ,million more telephones also means huge costs are up substantlaH,.. the rimpiujr's .....
Under such circumstances must
wader ftnanre. the Marshall how to get their former Survivors of the deceased:" include
Pi. .......r. the tovernnaegt j be very unsat:',fa \ry.) .-'. ,I two sons. Robert S. and amounts of additional equipment-poles, wire, for service have been inere** ii sV. HH hi

stfeaik. of western European why it does not result in financial: If I were you two girls I should j 1 I' Carl E. Shultz;; four grandchildren -I C4ble. twitching equipment and buildings and the overall. Meanwhile retvni .. td. 0.-
.......... ors nut making it clear, ,benefit to the American people.In J turn my attention to. some other!} and four great-grandehil- ,
to 9ierr| people that Americans are this battle between the democracies :! persons and not waste; mv timethinking j I dren. I all the other items necessary to the provision pany's stockholders whose I tBV stanBu k ...

alit brusHtAf from the operation and communism it does about 'former sweet- business make the service ami >sW ........
I service. .,
been' telephone
l II.- Marshall Plan The average not raske sense for us to fill the I hears who have probably I I I Sprinkle plain muffins just I of
I1*.arn of Europe does attracted to other girl-5.! has dropped one-third
nut realize stomachs! of the: people of Europe before they go into the oven,
W t+se4lsaJ by. winch the Marshalloperates. i an4 t at the same time fail to make I LOUISA. i i iI i with a mixture of melted shortening I Costs
Pt.. .. The goods which a an attempt to capture their minjs. ; brown sugar and cinna- I Higher
***f*> rM ......V" under the J With the dissemination of the Address Your Letters tQ: I I mon or nutmeg. Th people of aM South least ...J.
MaAKaN PUa are sold in the I I proper information we can make I "LOUISA. O. BOX 532. !I New equipment being Installed today la costing
atofj* ."* its country fur money. them see the virtues of a system Orangeburg. S. C.iIrs. dependable telephone ser rsY. It It awn
Therefore. I about S3S0 on the, 'average, for each telephone
when the European I of free enterprise! operating under NEW! Lose Weight objective to provide nub m tfttif m4
rontumer punhasea United States' a democratic form of compared with $213 telephone at
government Without DietinglGcIw' added as per
... .... Ellis Archer !
** nut realize that the
I I Concerning Western Union it .Amazing iac.-y to pay tcaget that are fair to the loanpang's
Mwiaojr whrh he pays for them U was my impression that aside Nowitbout dieting you can the. end of the war. _
*..f4 M KM. own country' in a speeSaHund I from the military alliance, t I I lube ugly puunds;std hart a....., employ wad to the ..Wic.
federation M. Thi
a Died This A. I ,
sknder. AU
fur the purpok of !buildMf of western: European democracies '! do IS eat attractive a dclni-xii.: kKure.AYlto up a lavorable dollar. balance I 1 \icon and Mineral Candy be- require that telephone terviee bo
to is not developing as :Mrs. Mildred Archer, wife of tuf am ak u directed.: : Your appetite costs are up in the telephone bus! /airly
4r used as that governntrnt set rapidly as I had hoped. It is curbed you cat fcvK, and i
M i.r the rehabilitation. of i iu that as each appear Ellis Archer, of Archer's Grocery !I! accucduigly Wine, weight.: No data aen just as in other businesses. For example, priced to meet current o"" Further &*-
........ country becomes died this morning in her home at i, ing. no drugs lasagna or cx -
3i The MankaH Flan can easily bei.e. .'i more ivldua1 rehabilitate 5tic. Like it becomes more 1030 Fleming street. ,|': CTCHC PROOF with POST the m AY E US! N..;pea+!lioruDyI I wage rates were increased in each of the last creases In cottt anal Ineritmbty aU .. the
i many others, Funeral arrangements, to be knowadOLtorsliavetCkUdAYDSou .
s4nAM. and..t. to shwuU promote be used good, ae will sn in.fur 'I lion believe of the that the eventual salva; made later will be in charge of I I, wentbtluae.suth over. .luu"praule 14 tolSpounda: :one. :a nurse crage.ciuicklv) resulting in : three years, thereby increasing wage costs more 'need for Incroatet lit telephone r.....
western democracies I .
Funeral Home.
I Lopez j and safely.Try AY US youradl: tooay.MONEYBACK I
Uw people of the United I
Statesaid )
$M not only a military union but .an : lCAMANTUxiaoyuanhave
& the democracies. It economic and social I reported "tosaes" of uo! to 1O pound _Ka
one. believe Make chowderfor .
a corn .
then brat bos. Alb
: very are guaranteedyuu. -
rettuires SMerrly that the adininUtfabifa (that the United States, through a and sandwich lunch: Wo. inut lose weight _ith your mist bus
of the Marshall Flan inset 'the discreet and intelligent of soup diced cooked (only SZ.UO or your money back i SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
by adding potatoes Jrali"C Wiight Chart. CU; for
than tfco
j ;
taeyerfnwnts which the
are I Xlarvhall! aid money pan do fW1 canned whole-grain corn to FREE yourm. 0.IICDt tree _ithudu wall.. w INCORPORATED
...WAg bjr the .
Marshall Flan much more( than is pbuic l'W Wl4.1MIIIo
now bing athin white sauce. Season well
eashe. ia w. to their people how t I done to
effectuate a federation of 1 with finely grated onion salt and I \t..Iradlait KrMl rn r and Hralife I
tat Marshall Flan F e . i.
operates and western European democracies. 1 hey Heat sad esery-
1 freshly-ground pepper. I sa......

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ACTION PHOTOS OF WORLD c"' !I Pirates Beta t' AT BRINGS YOU. SCENES ': } Bomber? Down: } i .

SERIES. GAME YESTERPAYJ i Elks s9TakeLeague; 1 OF SATURDAY'S' CONTESt 1 Conclis At .;



Pirates Win By Score i A IJeWitt. RoUrt

: I Of 12 To 8; Baker j k1i Filrhr hem TV .11Vkloryt .

4 r
h '
Finishes Ganle 'A*- .

Roberti" ti1t r ,. "m I L Give JVrrn life. I

Pirates! defeated the Elks Cldb DWm B.tfU fMfciAt9Vfwt .. I

Sunday at the'Municipal Stadium 9? BuMnElCttft.. .P v vV> ....

,jt t1.take! tha: lead in the Senior, over 1M CWMM ytrt.u" ...

I IJceball.League.; ....i at the *" ..!!t-
itched IriMj
,Mitchell ., six shutout b" _
innings for' the Pirate, lie w,? 'M.a-- _

'I relieved to! give'a new pitcher{ es Ces he a... .... ttI...
Roberta, d tryout Roberts got 9;'+ =r x'7 \
)'M ..... ....
t Into 'trouble in the ninth inning,| The ..... rr... ei.... saass.

allowing fcwo runs and Baker 5 ,r ___ cUte r *n.r WMeM ....... lll.
finished the game. > tt.t .... efi8
Armando Acevedo was the ( an.T'..... .... tti

3_ tar hitter of the Contest fellow j jed t' t_. to Md. lie geaelt ... ... ..
e by Valdez. Acevedo hit four r k* Brivrtdiara aesaMue setlei II .. ..
out cf five to also take the lead"in s fie S WM evMe4 altar .... ttlr
not, league hitting, bringing his I F tegs t of piey .res. efTh .......
batting average up to .428., including tfcMRtia .. rw M ...
a 325-foot: homer into the fins IBIsisE eettBarber -.
left fieM tritory. j I I .m...+... hl __ .ill
For the Era, Ingraham was infield unit as. M4.... M .......

the best hitter with three out of I ....... ,
five. He played a good:: game a? e, The c..t.e iedt tla r
second. In centerfield .as usual their heft./ Ml. few. A ..

Perez was the star of the game, ..n W.rqhoto error ... a dtt... IIW, tlbltl
making two wonderful catchc-t.'I

Behind the, plate. Hulvev play.. EDDIE ROBINSON Cleveland first fcaremsa. lespa: into second base in aa attempt te get Cat! 1 1TorgM ;rune.Th* ....... ......

-- -- -r ed a good game., and, Mitchell IL Boston Braves first Baseman, sliding back into second base in the tint iaaiaf .f IH. t. the kw.- ......a

''W( Wii-ephoto pitched a beautiful sis-inning fourth World Series game, played in Cleveland. Torgeson stumbled trying far third ea his dew' !tools thred a+ i. ..
shutout for the Pirates. I ati.. aet''esl em JaeitlknE
I .
BOB ELLIOTT. Boston Braves third*bisernan. Is welcomed at 'horn plate by' Tommy Holmes In the second round. Mitcht-l1j'I be! and had to scramble bade into scco: d. .., 'Aq Mlestia Ilir M.tiYse

I (Dfikii cad Alvin Dark who scored,ahead cf him. as Elliott posses: plate alter slamming home loaded the bases* only .to. make 'I BOUDREAU CUT DOWN TRYING TO STRETCH A DOUBLE ....... .... Awedv ...
ma la tint inning cf filth World Series game in Cleveland's :Municipal: Stadium Sunday. The Lewis hit to him and then relay j I! with t., ........ orals ssrserne. tort

Wow gave the underdog Braves aa early lead. Elliott -socked a second consecutive roundtripper the ball to Acevedo: fora 4 atirrd wMst ..... a..II", I
_: e* kit next time at bat double killing. He forced the pod SaMaor Ivor.... .......
'fl next batter to hit to shortstop for rareJ the IIIL_ s.. ..balles ..... .

r I I1HST .PITCH BLEACHER the third out. i I d'+4 er .ss .....
VIEW Elks came back in the ninth Joe More M ... .....

1 I Off To Roston inning to store: seven runtTfour t.-.utl a( Mar We. W
thorn I byBomberm te....
I short of the goal to tie the Pirates .
i '
J Six of the 11 hits for the r a' rp.a a r.d Mt w ...
of Mr ,.\ Boston (NL) AB., R H O H A E Elks came in the ninth inning. I C.cbt IM ..-

rf .. ____ 522000
Holmes Valdez and Acevedo stole 'six : ---

Dark ss .._.____.._. 4 1 1 I 1 0 bases for the Pirates, three each JOlt DiMtNw r .. ...
Torgeson, Ib 4-- 5 1 2 10 1 0 while Knowles ctole two for the. Yankee was. she .leM. AMalal_
Elks. r V n Leaguer; t ..... .. ...."
Elliott, 3b n.p" 3 2 1 3 0 .
Score R. H. E. in tHe b '1'Vlt 'M _
by innings:
Rickert, if ...___.. 5 1 1 3 0 0 f3---- -- ---
Pirates 110 204 013-12 15 2 :
Salkeld, c ._m. 4 2 J 8 0 0 Elks 000 000 107- 11 3 t 1
McCormick ef" 5 1 1 2 0 0 _____

Stanky 2b ___. 3 0 1 1 2 0 The Tex -> Longhorns' 1948 .

Potter, p : 2 0 1 1 0 0 football schedule includes games _w1 CAi
with universities from all states -
Spahn p u nn _- 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 : 'f O M..W.rop
bordering Texas New Mexico, I i .. .
t.' I - -
Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana
I Totals _.._.._ 39 11 12 27 8 0 j jI State. + r J, s...,.,
I Cleve. (AL) AB R II 0 A E !
Mitchell If _. _. 3 1 1 :3 U U I OOD PITCHING The HOBBY SHOP
Doby, cf m 4 0 0 4 0 1

Bondreau, 58 __ 4 0 2 0 3. 0 1 _' if"tea' III Divfatoe Sfr.M ..... N ,
,Gordon 2b -_--. 3 1 1 2 1 0 I t 1
Keltner, 3b ___ 3 1 0 1 1 1 to"I 4..WJd
Judnid\,' rf :_ .::. 31 --13--8 --0 I
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1 bBoone nhh. 1 0 0 0 0 0 I .
Peck rf ___ no __.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 : .l, --- -- .
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Robinson lb _. 4 0 0 8 2 0 a J .
Hegan C unh.- 4 1 1 4 1 0 I iA'" Wttphuk .,..",. "..",

Feller, p ___ ____. 2 0 0 1 0 0 !
Klieman, p __._._. 0 0 0 '0 0--0 LOU BOUDREAU. Cleveland shortstop ii tagged out by Bob Elliott Boston third basemaa. a* ke HOT WASHERS
Christopher, p. 0 0 0 U 0 '0 : slides into third base Mlemplieg to strech: his double to right field into a triple in th* lint. Uaiaff

try ,, < Paige, p _no ____ __ 0 0 0 0 0 O.. cf the fourth World Series game, played at Cleveland. The decision: precipitated a vig.rous 26.95 Mi $31'

aRosen _mho 100000 I argument between Boudreau and Umpire Bill Stewart-same official involved is the argument
Muncrief( p.. _. 00 0 1 0 0! with Boudreau over a decision: :at second base in the first game of the series. The coach La UM LEl.'l1Ut! ; F.hM
I''cTipton __ .. 1 0 0 0 0 0
is Mel Haider.
picture i 1G..15 ie s 11.91
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a-Popped out for Paige in 7th. N!

b.-Struck out for Judnich in I 1 Box Score Of !\i Facts Of Series I Receipts, RECEIPTS(net: ): $W78.77A7X j j TROPICAL TRADER

Eth.c-Struck out for Muncrief in 4th Series Game j I fur The A' l rrM. Receipts .(net) for the five: '1.0.... .....l r.... HM
-- -- 9th. II' 3 I STONDINGS games: $1,453,058.08.SHARING .
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Boston (NL) __ 301 001 600-11 BOSTON (NL) : Club- OF RECEIPTS I
Cleveland (AL) ___ __ 3 2 ..600'Boston
: HOW the first pitch cf the fifth game of the 1948 World Cleveland (AL) 100 400 000- 51 I WARREN SPAHN PlayuAB R H PO A E i I, (NL) __ .__ 2 3 .400 Commissioner's share: tM.-.
Series looked! to fans in the centerfield bleachers. Boston right- Runs batted in-Elliott 4,Mitchell Holmes, rf. 4 0 0 0 1 0''' n '. 816.81. I BROADWAYCIGAR

.t....". Tommy Holmes. U at bat as Bob Teller's first pitch goes I ), Judnich. Began 3, Salkeld, WARREN SPAHN. who was I Dark, 53 4 0 0 1 5 0Torgeson e GAME" RESULTS ]t/ Clubs and leagues shar:
Torgeson, Rickert, M. Ib 3 0 2 11 2 i 0Elltott 'iFirst .
wtaftag toward the plate. It was a baIL Holmes got on base -- $321,961.91.Commissioner'
knocked out of the box in the '
Bob Elliott hit homer few minutes later. Stanky.. Spahn; McCOrffiiCk.1 3b __ __ -I 0 0 2 2 0; game, at Braves Field,' share for the STORE
and scored when a a j
I Boudreau; home runs ) second game of the 1348 World I Rickert, If _. 4 1 2 2 0 0 1 Boston, Oct. 6: R. H. E.'' five games: J218.054.M. I IxPlayers '
GaUfccr U Jim Hegan and umpire Is George Barr. Picture was '
!!Mitchell, Hegan. ; Series, came back yesterday to M. McCfick. d-4 0 1 1 0 0Masi i Cleveland 040 r share for few r pastes. 610 final. Stnd
made by big bertha camera equipped with a 69-inch lens. -Dark; earned runs Boston I .
c 3 0 0 3 1 0 54821399.
Boston 1 2 2 -
stand the Cleveland Indians
(NL) .11, Cleveland (AL) 5; aSa1kel 1 0 0 0 0 U i Clubs' and leagues ihfv for '
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: Boston NL 6 Cleveland left-I their ears with brilliant relief i Feller snd Began Sin and COMPLETE
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StanlSy,, 2b ., 3 0 1 I' 1 the five games: $687,439jO9xPlayers < {
.) Bases on balls-off pitching. He yielded only one Sain,- p .. 2 0 I 2 2 0 Salkeld Masi ((9)). j jI : share only in .foret BASEBALLSCORPS
(Gordon Keltner, Spahn 1 (Mitchell hit after replacing: Nelson Pot I I Second game; at Braves Field,: four i
v ), Feller 2 (Stanky 2)), Klieman ter, who was shelled out in the Totals32112t' 14 ;0, 7 !, games. i
; Boston, Oct. : R. H. E.
Elliott Salkeld
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; fourth when' Jimmy Heagen'sthreerun I a-Flied out for Masi in ninth. Cleveland __ .... 481 This is Bert LaBruftwrMr'a 3***.
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Spahn), Spahn 7 (Dobv, He- I Boston 183 year jts a -* -
to come from behind PlayerAB a H PO A.E uh. coach. During that time he hoc
gem 2, Gordon Boone, Tipton, take 5-4 2 0' \0Duby. ) Lemon and Hegan; Spahn. Bar- ......
and a lead. Mitchell, If n 4 1 1 i coached at only two botM
TODAY Keltner)Pitching Summary --- ---- ---- I' cf 3 1 1 2 0 0 rett (5)): Putter "(8) and Salkeld. his alma. matn. LaB,...... ;' Cigars and Cold

Potter-5 hits 5 runs in 3 1-3 HIT LONG: ONE Buudreau, ss 3 0 1 2 4 0 Lc-ing pitcher: Spahn. !: mentored for 16 siMuna M Lu
I 0 0 4 1 0 school and 4rt-
Gordon 2b 3 Angeles high M
innings; Spahn-1 hit, 0 runs in I Third game, at Municipal Sta- Soft Drinks
Keitner 3b 3 0 0 1 2 0 ins hj: fourth rampatfn. at
5 2-3 Feller-8 hits 7
; runs 61 dium. Cleveland, Oct. 8: R. H. E.
1-3; Klieman hit, 3 runs in 0 II udnich, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 Boston 051 UCLA. k
# rf 0 0 0 1 0 0 -
Kennedy, -
(pitched to three batters); Christopher a'a Cleveland -. 2 5 0Bickford. +
8 1 0 ..
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-2 hits 1 run in 0 (pitched Robiniun 0 1 Voisellc ((4)), Barrett
tot wo batters): Paige 0 hits 0 lfegan c 2 0 0 5 1 (8)) and Masi: Bsardcn and lIe-
runs in 2-3; Muncrief hit, 0 Gromtk, p 3 0 0 I, 1 0 nan losing pitcher: Bickford.
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runs in 2.Balk Fourth at Municipal
Totals27 2 5 27 10 0 Rame.
-Paige; winner Spahn; R- : Stadium, Cleveland, Oct. 9: '
loser-Feller. Scroe by R. H. E.
Umpires Barr (NL) plate: Boston (NL) COO 000 100-q Boston .. I 7 0 .
Summers (AL) first base; StewartNL Cleveland (AL) 101 bOO --=- Cleveland h. 250 .

( ) second base; Grieve (AL) I Runs baited in: Boudreau: i' Sain and Masi; Gromek and

4 third base; Pararella (AL) left Doby, Rickert. :i:: Hegan. Home runs(: Doby Rick- : WhiteNEWSPRINT

r4 .....--.a.. .. .. field; Pinelli (NL) right field. Two-base hits: Torgeson 2,I
v- Time239. Attendance ert.Fifth
86.288 Boudreau. {I I
6Ct VCJStlU BOB LEMON paid. Home runs: Doby, Rickeit. Stadium
l :
BILLY SOUTHWORTH of Boston said late yesterday Sacrifices: Sam, Hogan I I f I

i_ NAItAGm that Bill Veiselle. who once pitched: for the New YorK Sports CalendarSENIOR Double to' Boudieau" tb Gordon -.I[f'Boston _',. 11 12 0
atftMlltlL a +i Cleveland 562
ca..... world be his pitching nomination in today's game Earned stir: Boston (NL) I, .
that Bob Lemon. ;I Potter.! Spahn (4)) and Salkeld;
announced 1 :
llaa.t.r Lou Boudrtau : BASEBALL I Cleveland (AL) 2.
.(? the series at Boston would go to 1a Boston (NL) 6. FeUer, Klieman ((7) Christopher 500 Sheets
.. .ccad Left bases:
t Wh. MM s flame Municipal Stadium. Afternom on (7)), Paige (7). Muncrief ((8) and
4 UM utiml lot the Cleveland Indians.LSporls To be announced v Cleveland (AL) 2. I Hegan. Winning: pitcher Feller. 25cArPmon
.:, MEGAN I II I '
.- .--- - Army Barracks.: AfternoonTo I JIM ,I Pitching balls, Summary: off Gromek 1, Home run: Elliott 2, Salkeld,, 8 /TXII. .
/1-- be announced. I Base on
:: Mitchell Hegan.
Rudolphand I JIM HEGAN hit a towering ;:
four straight with .
(Torgeson) 'I Sixth at Braves Field.,
Shorts homer in the fourth inning of 3 (Gro- game
Bill James winning two I Struck out: by Sam
SKATING I Boston, today. i iI :
t the World Series game yester Judnich 2)), by Gromek 2 : THE
games each. Bayview Park. Night mek I I Seventh game (if necessary),:
J r La.Who F. (been and Lt. Juhn FRIDAY day that scored two Clevelandruns (Rickert M. McCormick) ,i I at Braves Field, Boston, tumor I Ii
ahead of him. It was his : Grieve (AL) at plate t Press
.. glows, f.esater West IVwnt grid Kallie: Lenoir halfback on the 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. I Umpires SummersAL row.
15th home run of the year. Barr (NL) first :
ors Army'. football University of Alabama's 1920 (NL)I

aeeill.Wr 1 Tide's team still individual holds scoring the Crimson record I. TENNISBayri.w Park. Afternoonsand I The the Began Indians homer ahead temporarilyput by a (third) base second, Pinelli base.right(NL)field.Mt field,t Sunday's ATTENDANCE attendance: 86,288. II IIt i I.. CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51! i
score of 5 to 4. but they later Paparella ( ) Attendance for the five games:I
)It kMI WwWTs Series the with 141 points on :21! touch- Nights : lost the on other homers. Tim of game: 1:31. 313.259. I I ..ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ......................
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man with white hair. Loonus stand here Cfllf. pbitt"Yai J
DOUBLE < ,Sx eyed George for a moment then where. reM .r.. alttwl :'
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PEPLUM fYou don't look 'ny difrrenV I .o.L" ,

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bin r-== I
on the deer. and 1A ...
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that won't be able f recognize --
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1 x did you leave the carcass?" M..., ...iik
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3 aY "Just inside the door. O-h. yeah Pat.
I 4 t 1t t : you'll probably find all that "G<* ......... rr ..
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MI i pants pocket. It sure looked t* be Martin ..... .... *.
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1 I Corbm's place. home after se ll .... .r ....,.J
Jj Jr"B, "What become X>' the rfbb?" lbia' ahe ..ntad ... ....
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I Ij .. O-h.. I intercepted them with Cat 7'd k... wh.i I .a .ash
j a i. the aid of the Sheriff of course" t'.thing a.4 fraa law ..... .
t aa he said. "I pointed out the error rou'4 ...... It on .......
i i 4i1L 'i'i'BAC1C" of Corbin's ways, and suggested I.Mrs.y ri&M .... ... y.

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suggestion' without question on his hrM slid wag seat
ic: INTEREST ,; ; and dispersed and went home." .he. .hie stag n ... ealtMw
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rr L-_ I I grow very grave. : 'ttrtartat ..... "
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\ t Z .x. ':"'t.,' 1 f Elscjorco is: international duction of sponges in the United I ..... ter'h
z >< States reached 606,000 pounds !1 I --
yA ")..'" this: year and fashion, in with a value of only $1.070,841 'I II Lire. ftaurn. toi rf *. *' c iN

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ear Ru rC as in Lcndoi. Vienna or I GongS! decreased from 2,450.000 I I Ntlk .... .... ...... .-....
I I Paris pounds in 1938 to 860-000: poundsin I I 1----. .
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.. cf natural is!
I rent scarcity sponges .
due to fungus blights which hive I
seriously damaged the Western i 4 SPECIAL ISc

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