The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 12, 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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the proposal of the Argentinianmoderator : any disposition to reach a settle- nine-day strike has cost'France I --I.
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that the Berlin blocked
the loss of one million
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quotes Mitral American men in are being diverted to that port in Unemployment I-
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Trumwi t* corroborate his 3SS< IKWllltl 1 Compensation that the strikers are in the "gripof un.N ....... I "-.-
hope is entertained by Mechanics' NeededAt the communists." It was said "W tail... idly ..... MR.

Url...ate, frntn the Western Pow- LAKE WORTH AREA MOST\' tH-':i*;'.,T+.rni*..m further that the aim of he communists dmab a _....A.01 .-_
rrvws" thet RiMMa will consent to Naval Station i t TALLAHASSEE :, Oct : in France is to destroy the BuRM hA tar etti a.... .
rane the FW rlin blockade. Ircleii. '; I lt-I the benefits from- the Mar-'hal start W. sea 4...a_
Iuaiin plane are continuing to': I Weallier Hunan Record* Greater economy and efficiency i j jsin i Plan t.boit.otherwise> would I 111.0811 .. ... IM'1arsE Mrtl1A

hell ..*..... r* in the air corri-I Applicators are being! accepted Igor 12 Years Show I And processing; -employer reports on I| have set French' industry on it Then If b.eb .. op enaernthly
doc* uscri by British ani American for 'temnorary' appointment I Jen's Arabs, unemployment compensation can I\ feetHospitals ...... d enwan ... '!II ......

Uawpnrli in carrying supplies .,(pending the establishment of Fall Al Saud. Key .k tttainej by employers f>ubnitI I I J and vital commercial Y 11M a ......,
tft emtern Berlin. the register), for the of and government activities have t We eiaN
positions 4 iiS.. dwaMl/
their third
Both (} ting quarter reports t>y
elertronics: mechanic and refrigeration .Averages .30.6 Indies 1 .Observing II i I been given priority in the use of ; the Bight. M tMr M ....... M.
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Aid For Veterans dustrial Relations, Office. Build- I.<...rl-l.Tfc.(.!.>...I I Holidays fSFnjot".field" : Deputy said today. !I Th City

r ins 91. U. S. Naval Station. TALLAHASSEE' Oct 12. f Thsdbulk of the employer jej asked to ..kOl 1R ..

Of Monroe County ;'; Rates of nav. for' F.I.tro1icsI They're at it again-i-Calif' :: .It.-TIo. ..._..... ......... ,> orts, which became due Oct bcr !I: Return To cat the I ..'
>I Mechanic begin: ,at, $1136 per vs. Florida.. Somebody in cither I 1 are. now.jeceivrd the last day 1 wwII a.asM tesaik. e M
diem. Intermediate ratei is: $11.43per of those two'stales 19 always: tak- j| JERUSALEM Qct. -2-Quietness month'art r I I Alabama School i --... the dart II II-z.M .c
P"lestiJf the:! r the.c1o"se of the
Monrue county veterans are to> diem, and maximum is $12.- in : a swipe at the; other.. :tt prevails throughout 'nut.peer'
i -ns S a.eiaL brim' M-E-Dcn-.,tS2 petriieny Rates .-f pay for Re- ,' This* 'wpoVrirr.TarpSh'tsneerO't"A. :: lode" ieatt+e dewssre"A. : uartij The legal dead- ... fhotn. ,
....... service officer. frUeration "at' +elL s t.'jh< Atsba'na'
tl.rt nt stite Mechanic begin Lne.Thc Imitej UnfteSiH' r1M .
G. Matthews, chief engineer of serving one of their sacred hold IIndutrial 'HARVEY RORI1T -Cabnea.( ) 4$. .
will br in Tav- $10.64 diem. Intermediate ::; School Birmingham, .
ueraiav. Prnt&n per .
the Division of Water Survey anrl of reports to be processed necessitates ': ,.. .. .tl.M
enrfer during the morning and; rate .is $11.12 per diem andmaxi'mum Research let loose a mild blast on days.(Yom Kippur, and the Moslems the use of more personnel: I Ala, will be in. Key West on :\ is held at Pin BluIL Ark. lf JanlsaN, aII ..

wW MM on to Marathon for the is $11.60 per diem.: i ij 4'the comparative merits of sun- are observing the anniversary than would be used if reports I Friday to pick up Larry Madden. questioning about fits death .! !... obrlad. ..... ,
aftertmnr. I j i Vacancies. these positions ef the end of Mohimmed's\ 112', and Charles Shields, 13 who 'hale
: final his
shine and rain in the two states. came in earlier than the | wife. Gertrude and ktr two I
Wednesday He will be in the 1 will be filled by persons entitle i were arrested by Police Lieu- '
t ff rr .f Monroe county's" veterans i to veteran's preference a.:> .long 'lie"Unlike said: Florida docs pilSrim'ge.But deadline Mr. Spooner liable under reports.the tenant Ray Atwell following a i children. Police said .ttt admitted | -
California Employers
( rvtrv office at the courthouse as such persons are available-.;'not Have "unusual weather' but the Jews were reported to Florida Unemployment Compen- burglary at the Overseas Market. ] killing his wife while | tlurrieancOiitstamling,
anal "*n Whitehead street. Applications_ will be accepted be unhappy because their inability Division and Grinnell streets. '
we do admit to some wide varia- sation Law total: 11,784. covering / tha children slept tben Mt'4ire'
Jack A. Saun-ier. Monroe county from applicants not entitled toveteran's to gather at the Walling approximately 360.000() ( workers. The third boy captured by J ) In
Lieutenant Atwell George to their home near tag1: '
veterans service' officer said 1 preference but will berated con-trary. ,Wall, which is in the possessionof i Approximately 650.0W individual was
''' in the absence of D. Radant 15 who has been sent > Ark. Bodies of the motlMLWi
aVI veterans with unusuil prob- only) ej-
of items received and
has such an ample supply sun- the Arabs. wage are recorded !
lefM fltwwM m-ke a person)} con Ribles: entitled .to veterans pre- shine that evaporation of water : on the employee's account back to hU home in' Berger children were found Ia the. Weather Iteport
Texas. His father him bus'fare
UH with Mr. Penton if possible. ference.. !from the .surface- frequently ex- < from all over the state during i sent 1 ruins cf the bout
i Burial Of Mrs. each in of| last night .
- coeds that encountered the des- i fjuai ter. a short. period ------ -
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ert. The counter'effect of rains, It t j time. I I School ......... a.wee/ ..... M
runs, too rains is Employers liable! under the law Women Gain In j High ,
ample ample
OVER 100 KEY WESTERS most notable in.this,state, unique SluiltYcslcnlay] should have already received contribution {| I Kay. &pIuallev awl. MM. ...... ...... rY.
,among the 43. -;! and the wage report of forms'indicating j!| Finnish Politics I. Group Goes a.,1Nte, r .. ..... .... a1i
"For 63 : the rate
11 : greatest annual payment
years Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie .lire ball Wdaebw ...... ......
TO ATTEND LEGION MEET\ rainfall in Florida has been which were mailed by the agency 1'
t Etta Shults 79. held. I .
(thought to have been in 1879 at were VPSi approximately September 20. The HELSINKI (/r> Finland' |, To Courthouse l dltl'Irtaee4
Ft Bsrrancas at the entrance 16 i terday afternoon in the chapel of E ,!original: of the reports should be women have acquired increased Erlaeeail ...... 1wlld
--0N the Funeral Home ,returned to the central j influence in the parlimcat and in ass rM .... .. 11 t11111e
Yunrr JMirrtip. .Adjutant Pcnsscola! Bay, and the. driest i Lope: Mrs. The class of the 9-A Jwr.r
!i i I politics in general since the war. i tIn II aft h.wr. ae>. tlr err. S be3t.41
I is Sand a duplicate copy-is proviJ- .
Of Arthur 'pot Key. approximately Dorothy: C-rbonell Christian: Science : files. the general elections this: i iI Huh; School WM at M...... ........ ,... ...
ed for the
AirlinesNames 520 airline miles to the southeastward employers'
reader, officiated. Burial was I ; County Courthouse yetMy M ... .
across the Gulf of Mexico $ i Money orders and checks should I summer women won 21 out of : : 1.. a
.rcllrln Ui in Plot Finnish part of its study of the ..*.* mad. ........... .tt .. d 1.
1 .Itr ::;:l"t+t seven miles southeast of KeyWest. Flamily City Ceneteryj ; Ibe made payable ta the Florida i I 200 seats in the parliament j a laala, .
TicketOffice In 1873: the annual rainfallat | I Survivors: Two sons Robert S. Unemployment CompensationDivision and \vomah, Mrs. Liija I county jjovenunenU. MIS. Mat r-: Mi. $s-L 1 -u ra'utiml: IIclil Leivo-Larsson, was instituted as'' garet WeilofM wee the t..etaw fled MNla. lilt tllllltl. A.meww
Ft Barrancas was 127.2 inches. and Carl E. Shultz; Four grini- : Florida Industrial l Commission ; in charge l4 the rU.. Jade.
I : e.
Pt s.dent Truman will, address I Head I jWe judge they were really I wet in i .children and: four great grandj Tallahassee, Mr. Spooner': vice minister of social affairs. in II Aquilino Lopez. Jr.. of CtitwM twwp alai KI --
i cabinet wrayrrrd w1M tn.OU) II 114i.
'chl ; a
F..>cambia and Santa Rosa counties j ::fren. sail I .
the N4Wml Convention of the 1 1AawEiwri I those: years." I j Pallbearers were: William Cam- | I,I In 1945 17 seats were won by Court. condurted the..*.. ....... W esNbwe.

......I on on Monday. Orj j 1 I I ''... -ii-i '.Tfcrit!...> I jin He. points out that one of the I ero, Bernie C. Papy, Leroy Tot res;, -j women and in 193;::, 16 parlia- |Ifices.j through. the varieu cwwnljr .( .. K,1 a/rd .. rtltlllr r .7

t_ IfIth.n"eJtion hall I i i iMI j I MIAMI. Oct 12. Appointment -.i rain guages of the Lake Worth Raymond: R. LorJ, Claude: Gan-. !workers to cooperate with this request mentary scats were occupied by j j -_. .. I'n"
Ptllner'Kry. Other speakers of R. W. Gable as reservations : Drainage District at the intersection dolfo and Joseph A. Farta. from the state office. women. j' : .a, ,. -
of Military Trail and the Del- Funeral Service raa.l ..tl1..
. rtMvtfHtfd her a-l-lresties during 1 and ticket office manager ---- .
, ray Beach road recorded: 133 2 --
the. 46th Natmn-tl Convention are I for National Airlines in the Columbus }iF.'OIxND HIS ISKIUE'TO'IIE; THROUGH} NEWSPAPER STORIES
inches: in 1947 topping i the Ft.

f"."**rr .* She Treasurer John 1 *Hotel ticket office: in Miami Barrancas record. by nne: incite _,."11 __. .., ,_ _.__ < _____ --"" ,_-,!\ ; For ftlrs. An-hiT '; Paroled i Mini Ig'
W. Jtwr-ier' Administrator cf vet- ; was Announced today b)' The U; Weather Bureau ree-

...0' Aft..... Carl R. Gry. Jr.: John II. Keebler. NAL regional:: orcls: o\-er a 12-year period: shown Funeral services fc Mr Mildred Arrested HereMOULDl(

o-I lioynt S. 'traffic Gable surcee'ts average, of 30 6 inches for San Archer 41. will bf .b..M UM
Ca..t Mff tf the United States: mamger. Key. In 1307 the U. S. Weather afternoon S o'clock: in Fast Baptut r 1 .YNw1L a aeridrd. p1a.nw
Air lure, brrretary of Navy John John M. Stndclart whore appointment Bury"u figure for San I Key was Church where the brit w%a frat Ca/a.Mea, .Bela, .. arIVNer

L. B..Hiv.t.. and many others. i to manager of Nations Vs. onty 15.& inches. Its maximum k. L L, ,,?ss. a s, placed at 2 p. m. Rev. Gw M. at fbll r w ..... toPollee
Mar titan 71 crack bends ani {travel and agency :service depirt-? rainfall measured by a Weather ] Ray wi!) officiate. Lnfiec FMmreil Li-jtesaad Ibv Alel>FMM

airasaa ...c. bugle corps already kant: w s recently announced.: :-,'Bureau gate was recorded nt 33 Home is in charge of irTHMMrmli. Wdkan GrrMrr eeeae'
..... ....e- reservations for the of inches in 1915. a A w es Curial will. br in the FMMly. 4M The UaeM.uenl lad. LaNeaa+. .
.....1 lriurr imrnt of music on Gable hItS been manager The kart:; rainfall at Ft. Barrnn-: in City Cemetery. egrset ... a a11MM..
ihieree i It. This will feature na- NAL's Miami= Beach ticket oHi" -<;y41) inches( came: 'in: 1131.: the :"" A Survivors wi lewer. Rtfe Arfc- at .... sotreee/. tin 111 I walsaa.aid
NMM! e mte..H for c nk-r and jun- for more than a year. Pri' r t" tH-t .r* >nis: of the: bjervers for the er father Wesley P ArrWr.' fer... east Mare aedritars

..... iwu.*r..l grams, color: Kuart J ls, he was manager: of the M;aml U. S Ssnal: 1 Office disclosed. Ani r brother Glynn.) Phil M..tnMani atMaIL 0'''' ....... 111.1. Mw.w ..

'itl l.wna. lain i = squads mile office where, he i'ine- N4- in tart same year gages of the ? 1 Kenneth Archrr. three. .. .. ell .... ,... 111 .tides
e4araa.ra and drum majors ani ticket IMa s traffic> !-ri! ...U.S.. Signs! Office end the U S. teru Mrs Lon File Hr, Finn .bt ,..... Ftiaw. ... ttjw ar"
rs.irsrettrs. tional in of as three t in the ,'..'(';ot-r; Bureau recorded 36 tnch-: Mart: Fort Wise' Trjn. .. ...! M trill. .b. asst i.ra. ...... ......

The. anvil rani parade of the A veteran Gable served on years a Eubh: ,,*;-. t's at nearby Ppnsacoli also in Nell Hose Arrfter.Palibraren .be did .4 suer!, .. pries 1
Aw.wan l.egron under a full the AHantir- end was an in- the Esrambia River VBlley. a : will b*. Vera.sLowy bias ....... .......
.c..l-.J On Pose: Seven er The low record in the Lake Henry S.unlers. Bfnnr C -
Sound Schoolat
strlirtorin the Fleet A
--- -- -- -- : I Worth Drainage District in eastern Pry tr.gue) Hm. Victor Lowe ......
Kev west Palm Bach County wa* 32 and William J. fl"N'nMft.
Gable. was! n assistant! manager. .
inches-a: revealed by the strict -- --- -
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with F
.g-ge lIt jynton Control Number
Fine ,filliln TacKle 5.04 flavlona'-Be-ch ''befoa-e he.Ten. rzra

joined th* Naw. He is a native of Vie Cater MHf.S
That piss in 1944. Also in that s'11I1'MK U K 141111su.rliei
Colt and craHn'tefrorn -*-
Ft Morgan
Thompson Enterprises Inc. year a U. S. Weather Bureau :: lit!
hich school in 5c::>lt-.bluCf. To Big AppetitesIf
bate: ; at 1I"polu1l:9; : in the Lake r' ltJt e4!
....eI..,. Oivulon.Phone 886 Nebr where he alas; attended: ,
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ALL AIRLINES In stories-and now they're discussing their wedding plans over. soft drinks at Spartanburg. S

Compftr our Driren on dr..crrptlon.CALL "THE INVISIBLE MAN S. C. Varner selected Mrs. Harrison from more than 200 women who wrote him after. newspapers I ".'.ti 8...

i PRICE TOURS TELEPHONE ,754 .RETURNS" I published the story that be was looking for a wife. They plan to be married in SpartanburgOct. 0 STOCK ISLAND : "'4.. 0eL. It
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r 1 "Clfc Kry! UTcst ffiftfeum i NO TENSION HERE. 1 r IUUlIIHIUllltlmnft'Hnnn,."mrn 1I:1'H"I"" ""n 1 Good And BadEAST ..was.,., !rs.h. '.'.4 .It

........* Dens atx*..( ......>. tr -' STAMPS IN THE NEWS I Key West III \ 1"-1"A. w.t ay tilt ,
.. 11- P. ..T.... ....* ..* ........e* Though EI ctionJay its j.only.three. LANSCCC. Mid -'JTiie .
.. t
atMil4si 0. .RY LI,1....e.. ..- victory *,
most Icpaded:;
Free* TB*auBeIUIa.* weeks from today, no interest whatever is An (*) Newsfealure by sYD KBONISH I : :
finer Ors. *.4 Las Str* UDtuly I IIt Days Gone By i scored by a Michigan State. Col I
.- py "' c..atr.. JUr Weel ..a manife'st in Key -\Vest. n the campaign i of

without 1 may be a bit early to be thinking: about Santa Clous AS TAKEN FROM FILES I
after day
u.tN M K.r Wee malls, as eees..4 ele matter any party. Day passes I( but tEe design for the 1948 Christmas Seals has been announced OF

.a..aa .P TIIa A.1.CIT8:0: ....... one's hearing a political discussion.! Reason by the} National Tuberculosis Association. This years OCTOBER, 12. 131mllnllllmliiiHduglHJlDllp

... ... Ik fee*y..rSdarlls.AMOT,"tc |ef re*all. U..eseUslvelemUUetf.. patcll.. nMlted to for that altitude is not hard to find: Key depicts a little boy sitting in front of the warm yule fire. Hej I i -""""""" "WW r"ltllih THEMAXWELLCO.SPECIALS .

*..: *.. erffcervts*.lt1N.4. tend tau- P.P.r. and Westers with a few exceptions, have decided is wearing bright red jxijazaas and is anxiously awaiting the a':, Sixteen sales of real e-Utc: in
tk* tel tvtva arrival of old St. Nick. The color of the seal is red and blue.r:Monroe*county, most of them in

!( .ournoi RITE' to vote the Democratic: ti ket. Barry'Bart of South Kent. Conn.. is the designer. He con Key West, have been made in the

Its_.t...*..... .111..0 L.. But in some parts of Florida, cam- ceived tho idea alter watching his young nephew sitting be- [last week, according to deeds filed

,I.r.. M.ab Lie.e 1L.. paigning pretty wanrf between. Demo- fore the fireplace: on Christmas eve. for. Eeeosdics in--the county clerk's .
stalk _
..: ::- .3I Although the seals'- not office Three sales were made by
--- crats ancj Dixiecrats, though ,it has not are postage stamps many people I the Key4; West Foundation Com
keep: a collection of Christmas seals.
ADVKJlTIl KATESe reached that exists in such
*.... K_.' ad {that, plane The year-round tuberculosis control work of the' 300; (): ascodctions pany.
states as'* Georgia, Tennessee and 1 Missis- I .
.racIA" ie4rnctlw affiliated with the NTA is supported'by funds raised I The Boca Utica bridge was: discovered

.. ,...*.*.wc...eine.. ....rr...,i._U-...... .f.,essav tu.'etc"'", "I.tln.will fee ',sjpkLJ4'Str:; ; ; !$m Thurmon. the Dixiecrat each year from the annual sale h-J I : afire yesterday but the

..,... i.t.1 ,.. nl..t II e.ot. a .... candidate for president, has declared he of the Christmas seals. II fire was extinguished before'! :
...*>... f ...ett*MiBse.t efcwvhea fi n whUhe The 1948 Christmas Sent sale -I much da.naas done. !
*.._ .. Ie ..f1." are _..a ft H... win{Varry those three states and several JIJT.ABRIVED
the) at.... U >. >.... ,..... .a\4 IB.IUB d1.Bier. .- will be conducted from 9iJr. 23 TODAYSBIHTHDAY : ; -
..t.u.. ..... .acid ....,... .t, local .r others in the South. It:is doubtful, though to Dec. 25. I Columbus Day is being observed .
.._.. 10'' R .ua .., fabthk: --,..... in West A .. if Florida will be among the others. quietly Key today. For. Immediate DttKwrt ;
,The Free Territory of Trieste few stores have been close: for
As for Wallace he will run a poor has issued a new 100 lire ma- I the day.

race in the South. Three of his organizerscame genta and cream colored stamp, By (W)) Newsfaarur 1

to Key West a month ago<< to try to reports the New York Stamp Co.. .--.-.-.-.-..........,t Plans are being made for many 5-PIECE
I I I The wording on the stamp is in (improvements in the Army Barracks -
KEMfER <> 1948Povtoa1rrz drum up interest in his candidacy, but j, three languages, Croatian, Serbian LAMMOT DTJ PONT bona Oct.:. as a result of the WPA al- ,.
they were unable to get together a I Icorporal's | and Italian.Juliette It 1880, in Washington De L. is Jocation of$67,000 approved three
'. the eighth member of his family,days ago by President Roosevelt METAL
guard to support Wallace. Size j .- '..- and third successive -
Gordon I.ow founder -
for size the vote in Monroe.county) prob- I'I ef the Girl Scouts of AmerIca, is : brotherto Boys in the Harris grammar

l ably will besmaller for Wallace. than in : pictured. on a new 3-cent greenjX"y r head E. I. school participated in boxing
( FOB rrr WEST> du Pont de Nemours bouts, one-minute round: for three
.ADYOCATTD: BT THE CITIZEN any other county in the state. : & Co. ""rounds. yesterday afternoon un-
.... As for Thurmond, his vote; i in Monroe I i II.Dt t '>"iJ.* He was graduated direction'of Mrs. CharlotteHaskins Bedroom} SuitesConsisting
also will be small..So far as The Citizen fromMassachusetts [ and Victor Larsen of the
: L M.r. Hotel and Aptrtment F I In- WPA recreation department ,
:". Beach and Battling Pavilion. has heard no Key Westers as a group are stitute of Technology -

: S. Alrpert>-Land and S**. working in his behalf. The outlook is that ( I in 1902 Misses Shirley and Joan Elbert
: I J son, daughters of Hr. and Mrs. of .
C -.Jld.U.> of County: and Truman and Fuller, Warren will carry j I I and went to
1J _- I Pielden Elbertson, who had been :
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City Audi tea ium.I Monroe. by an overwhelming majority. I|,I : -' work m tnelommet (I visiting in Miami, returned yes: .Double Bed
1 Community
.., Key: Nesters! have not concerned : U S. commemorative: stamp. li du P.nt black powder terday.

I themselves, given in a mitor'degree, in the j will be placed on first day sale department of his company. He Dresser with Mirror j
Ii i I,I Oct. 29. at Savannah, Ga. has pushed development of dyestuffs Carl Schultz, traffic chief of the
Dixiecrats' cry about Civil Rights or in and chemicals and Western Union in Atlanta, visiting
Mrs. Low. daughter of Capt. paint is Chest of[ Draw* .
I I : MONOCRVrilW Wallace's promises about "peace and Gordon of the Confederate Army, was a leading foe of prohibition. his parents at their home

Con prosperity" but they feel they can more was born in Savannah in 1860. 309 Whitehead street. Night Table I
While residing in England with
W..h4nfton, D. C. safely attain those ends under a Democratic her husband, William Low, she Radio ProgramsI Key West.Junior Woman's Club ChairRESTAURANT
will hold Hallowe'en .
a dance
or Republican administration; than they met Lord Baden-Powell founder: on
j fi. ttl rrtwl: The Associated Press the night of October 28, Miss Susan -
of the Boy Scout movement i I .
can under a Russian admirer"of Henry
Lakin, president, announced
N.. no. a thousand times no; never When she returned to Savannah I I I

: N'fH. particularly not with Russia, to Wallace's type. in 1912 Mrs. Low organized the I I Daytime Summary today. $ :

Above all, Key Pesters refuse to be first of Girl Guide:.;, The
I It is troop listed bel.w
Me making. the atom bomb. a Selected program a* Today The Citizen says in an
name was later changed to the are broadcast at the same time Monday 269:50
wrought into tension about
a nervous editorial
|Kr- at t.* aprrewors' and a power for up Girl Scouts of America I through Friday.Time i>eastern paragraph:
a'andard. For central "The individaul
the outcome of the election: : with an idea is
... Stamp collectors desiring: first tract one hour; for mountain stand "
often nuisance
;JW. arcS two hour a to hU friends.
day cancellations may send addressed t
TilE ORACLE : ..... xeceed
A compliment day not make cover' to
a may
OCT. 11 THROUGH OCT. 15 Your
you prosperous, but i it will make you feel I 10"1 M.r.ln.1:00honelmoon i f Horoscope

like have fortune.In I In N. T.- "
THE UNITED NATION'S WORKI you I Breakfast Clubabc:1SBar.tard TUESDAY OCTOBER 12, 1943:

I. I Follies-cb: -Today gives a masculine na- EQUIPMENT ud SUPPLIES
:30-n.. Clenla"d l _nb. ture, and whichever the sex, the
of the ; between v
-: \ U the United Nations 'cannot many men Sob fool bhow: -mb native will take the lead whetherit
for office, in this and other lands, the real 10:00-Fred Waring Show-nbo be on the playground or in the
: &. the of the world, or guarantee Musk For YoubeJoIJ'
I I f peace struggle is to secure power for a faction. Story Drama-.'>o field of work, the nature is a The Maxwell CO.
).t i if.( the lalenutional organization serves a ti-Y 10.30 Th.-Hour Godfrey of Serials Hourb-- nbe trifle mystic and stuiious. Avoid Inc.

i bay It With \Iumlc, -mbsII forcing the opinions against oppo- .
: MiM purpwc in bringing the delegates NEW POWER FOR U. S. PLANES 1948 I DO Kay Kyxcr Show-ab. sition and seek to rule by argu-

<.f tfo nations together to discuss the is- V3. 11.45:S rUI >U bra-cbs ment rather than by commands, Furniture &Furnishings
I' AHtr>..> as much trouble can be thus
iii. the world.
s that confront "The "compounding" of the internal : \
to the Postmaste. s .. vannal 12.00: -Welcom. TraVelersabC; avoided. t, 1
Th4 .U a process which may gradual- combustion engine, whatever the process together with postal .note or Kat smith H&1t-Hour-mt., PHONE 682

: lf bring about something like a parliament fa, has been accomplished'.ljx...aircraft engine money order to cover the cost of 12.30 Bill-Words Slater and at Luncl 3uale-llbc>-mb1flO Bethlehem lies 5}2 miles SOI..h I
I I the stamps. -JJuilc Half Hour-at* of Jerusalem. 909 Fleming SL. Cor. Maiget St K Will Hi.
r .tth.) world. The intraruient attitude makers and the result, will be spec- ,, 1:15-Happy Gang-mb I. .y .

i : *4..|4rd by Soviet Rustiia may develop in- tacular fuel economies and additional I France has i issued two new 2:00 Breakfast-Double or la Nothinf HoUy"oo.1-abo, -nbo _Subscribe To The Citizen.I I -.;,.:. '.: -' .: +_K:': _-:.:\ ""' / __ '

!. tfc. withdrawal. of the Communist group power which, in time, will I b '. applicableto stamps to honor the opening Uueeo for a Day-mbi -
of the United Nations at 2.30-Serials& for I H b.-aM
:.. 4f UtM but the poiuibility exist that this ground units, including automobile, and session };ri and G I'OO.-a be
The 12
I Palais de Chaillot Paris. The Hop. Cbet-mbsl.OO '
{4H. 'M! happen. Meanwhile the nations locomotive engines. franc red and 18 franc .teel blue -Ladies Be Stated-abo ) t
i show views of the palace Red Benson Sbo.-mt. 1J/r GRtOtINUeee
Md thf4.r top-ranking delegates to the exterior
It seems that the new process involves 3JO-Tb. HOUM Party-cb:
f Also issued by France is anew .
Ben Alexander bbow-mbs
mtfag. of the United Nations Where they i
utilization of exhaust and while the
gases 12 franc Magenta stamp: 4:00-Hint Hunt Qui*-cb
: J..N. In much the fashion second UuneyBioon-a bo
same results are considered a military secret, commemorating the uptn'ng of All ctt.OO te. .
4:30-WlftJler Take -: >
.; tbM .UgWaters debate laws. because the engines were developed for the Genissiat. Dam.. -Treasury Band-cb. GOES ;

At the present meeting in Paris for the Air Force and Navy, reports indicate Israel has issued a special set Kiddies later)-Hour a be and tweet nibs repeats I hr. .

-:. elrsample. the political committee has that the new type power plant. increases of stamps in commemoration of

-. 44.pted an agenda which includes: ranges twenty per cent, load-carrying the Jewish High Holy days.. reports 1

I The atudy of of the Gimbel's Stamp Department NETWORK PROGRAMS, J
(1)( ) reports capacity about one hundred per cent anJ I I These stamps were sold ; .

"", .--d Nation Atomic! Energy: Commis- speed to a degree dependent upon will- I out on the first day of issue but I tr.1 Time standard is eastern subtractne,standard.hour F.rcen.mountain .OO'
small has been sent standard subtract two 1
... ingness to sacrifice the other factors. hours. Some local stations, change
to the U.S. for philatelist- I hour of relay to fit local schedules.
t2)) Ruaaia'a proposals that the Big Those interested in warfare assert; The central illustration is an Last minute program changes can .

>%. redttee arms and troop! one-third that the newly-developed engine adds allegorical design of a dove of not be included. .
f tln The 3 millremes is red
peace. :
a year about one thousand additional miles to the TUfSDAY OCTOBER 12
I brown with a blue band i risen p
I (let The of the late CountPM'ke o
i ) report average bomber's range. Flaming exhaust tion at the bottom The 5 m >.- lv..t.g f p x
(.00-News Report IS ilin.-oboNewscast
rkrnadotte on Palestine 4
gases still full of energy, are sent through Every Day-cbsNetwork
((4)) The of the special Silent Hour-abc-east
report com-
turbines geared >o the main' propeller I Kiddles Hour (repeat)--abc-west
... rttNlee which went to the Halkin in Network Silent 41 hr.)-mbs-e.,*t
con- shaft. This process raises an uncompounded Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-" eat
......... with the Creek situation engine's 2500-horsepower to about a 1:1 -Sports- Music Tims cba
Talk on Science--cbsS
(It) The situation that exists! in Korea .: -Newsrast by Three-nbe '
-. 3,000.As I 'Wrie r"I Lowell Thomas (repeat IH-cba ;7cross the nation from the Atlantic to the Pacific tch.*.. th"'.
X101.w .. an idea of what the development Ii i I 7.00-Supper Club-obc-baalo sound of political oratory. And literally ia every ... of the 44
The Beulah bklt tbs
(c't) The deposition of former Italian means the experts say that if the new en- News and Commentary- : -aba states Greyhound Super-Coaches are today carry IB* the .*.*.. of
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs America their
.. t .. I sons and daughter GrcyHouarf'
gine had been in the. B-29, which flew 7:15-Vews and Comment-nbo *** remains
.It U : Jack Smith Show-cb* unchanged: with lower fare than a.y otter t..agrflail
not to te
expected, of course, that I from Guam to Egypt early in the the Dally Commentsry-ab. .
year .
blue green with a blue oand. The Dinner Dotsnibs7:30Smoothies more frequent schedules modern coaches tWt ael tie . ejw
r wW 1 Le
any unanimous! decisions. ..Ifre could have carried full 10 red with blue for travel
plane a military m is deep a Trio-nbo pleasure and convenience. Make y. I 18. to judge by what has happened in about band. The 20 m is ultra marine Bob Crosby Club-cbs: > hound Ticket-because Greyhound will it. .. F
load ten tons of bombs, for the dis To Be \nnounced-abN keep ... M ....
.... part, moat of the decisions with a blue band and the 65 m .w. Comment-mbs out in front the finest .
: : will reveal tance. K brown with d red band. 7,4CommeataW give you tran9 ft4tiai ). eh. .......
I t41e fenrfet bloc of nation arrayed against News Broadcast-cbs
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ewer ..f the other nation, with the ex- I We think there is something definitely TODAY'SANMVEUSAHIES '.00-Mel Torrae Theater Show Play-cbs-nboMystery '

sgetlNn <,f the Palrstinian Youth Asks Go\erDmenl-aW: Choose the straightGREYHOUND
< question good in the idea that the: profit should Mysterious Traveler-mb.

; _.. by the decision to be taken by thePrrMinaliy. j be taken out of war. (Know America) .:15-.News Broadcast-aba TICKET

: A,.., ...UUIM" I 1710 Jonathan 8.30-.Date With Judy-nboMr
Trumbull longtime and Mrs. North-cb*
Connecticut America's Town Meeting-aba
DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT governor the Detective: Drama-nib*
we prefer for the go-get-I I' {"Brother Jonathan" who helpedI I S:5S-Billy Rose Talk-mbs X for CONVENIENCE
I Washington a goof deal born inI '.03-Bob Hope Show-nbe "..
.. I..r tjipe uf women to go-get somebodyA I I I I. ...American scientist and American I Lebanon 1735. .Conn.- Died Aug. i7. I Gabriel We the Beatter._pl.. Comment Gue .-cb-mbs I <

I members of the Administration and Congress 1775' Beecher ':15Broa cast-mbe. X for RELAXED COMFORT e 4tn 4 tit. .
Lyman noted ,
':.30-Fibber and Moll -oba t I ..
I. 1" are not in cahoots with Communists.All Presbyterian clergyman his day, I Life With LuiKt-cbsNew
prophet may have most of his pre- this noise that Members of the Cabinet father of famous children, born in I Under Arrest Drama-robs I GREYHOUND BUS STATION'
p e1i81wis I New Haven, Conn. Died Jan 10, ':45-Chamber Mualc-abo X for REAL ECONOMY
come true, provided he doesn'tft I and sit SouttMrd street .
.. political leaders in the\ different 1863. ":55-News for S Minutes-mbs I = .... MC
i ) ** date Almost anything will happen in 10: -Bl ; Town Drama-nba "
parties are disloyal is: nonsense. Most so- j 1803-Alexander T. Stewart, Hit the Jackpot-cbs- I ,--
f ( 1Mic.It. berminded men in both political partiesare New York's merchant prince of Public Defender-mbs X (for NATIONWIDE TRAVEL
'It. / ]his generation, whose first store 10.30-People Are Funny-nbo _
. I i disturbed over the injustice that may {measured 12 by 30 feet born in j What Amsterdam Do People Show Think-cbs-aba I .---':.-." .

Il!; Among iU many other accomplish- be done to individual public employees. !Ireland. Died April 10, 1876. Dance Orchestra: -mb V for -4. .;.;: \ .

;I r .......*.. the City of Mount Dora ia! tax coIl There may be a few skunks in the j 1844 Charles King, soldier- I 10 11.0O:45! -Siting News. Variety Serenade I-nra.abe-cb. I COURTEOUS SERVICE .1"
....t..r'. paradise! :novelist, the Capt. (Gen.) King News and Dance Band-aba I
l According to Tax Col1.efor woodpile somewhere. but you can: depend [who wrote popular historical novels I News. Dance Band 1 mbs 1 ,
I Dill I 11:19-News: Variety o"1 .:BbC X for TOUR'ENJOYMENT O
- 99.3 per cent of the upon men who have brains and characterto born in Albany, N. Y. Died '
"' :: .i+y taxes has been collected i,March 18. 1933.1844George. I i 12:00-Dancing Continued-abc-"eat ?
'I to date! Of be loyal at all times to their country.. In- I -

! I. : ....r '''.000 in tax statements Bent out, sinuations against the Federal Bureau of ist, reformer, philanthropist W. Cable, novel-, bornin inventor, gyroscope expert- -,-founder I

oldie )300 remains to be paid to the collect- Investigation and Chief J. Edgar Hoover New Orleans. Died Jan 31, of eight companies manufacturing -t 00 BY GRCTHOUMD
1- 1323. his inventions, born Court-
( 0 t "': is plain slander, nothing eke. I860-Elmer A. Sperry,.prolIfic land, N. Y. Died June 16, 1930. I

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i LEGION COMMANDER: AT CONVENTION. .-; TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS- 'i iXoavr r r l: i w t: a'- a the tlr >; tc s tt syt s >1t 's''. t si

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Peter B. Kyne novelist o I

,West, born ir. San Francisco 68 ;
years ago. '
j John S. Coi men. prvsiient of.

CO. Burroughs Adding SlachiT-, Detroit Information for the Advertisers

born in Ch.rlE5t.oV.-n.. Va..
"'TEit FAR quttrLAit ..a6'DLA"KFA. PAYMENT
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51 years ago. a ever.Aecer'l.elnenta Payment tar laaalf!- Oetje John Ross of New York,j meats t* tnvartably In advance, hut

lawyer, former U- S. 5ssi>tnt *tJ J tilt be inserted In seder TJ. Citirrn this glad at rtoa"alar. rnay sdverttatrt bate near teltb twigs ad rti cc.cunt. .-.
t i torney general, born in Cass i? il e rat of Is a word for frets Insertion. etenta rF reed.
lilt the mialnctB chaise tnr Pro aT/A, nM.bDLIsle
S County. Ill, 45 years sgx: i j the! tact It word or lea U Stk. To cab'ii-atloM. miter
1 Perry Burgess of New York, I The .t. for bliwLfav tape la So a 1>. In nlfe Citizen afltc* before it
author, lecturer, presi tent of the .trrd, and tile minimum cbnt. for Clock .. morale ot 14 day
the Clnt IS word U 4 So. of pablkatton.aap-
American Leprosy Foundation,

born in Joplin }!o.. 62 years ago. !

i Joe Crnnim. general manager of i Alt advertUlnr Is scceph0. under the r llo.rlng condltlonsr in m.
-.i the Boston Red Sox, born in San: vent ft error In dverlfotne.. transient w contrail '1'''. Crt...!!' wrtt !>.
respuitvibl sets Ivr the fret '..wrttoa In CljuuUflx I
3 Frsncisco. 42 years ago j i nlnplayy thertbtaa or-only tire .<-t..l amonat of .yarn veaipta* and by the In
ID Lammot Du Pont ret;,.>1 bcvir i part of-the a \"f''l"e the ..rmr wear..

: chairman of the famous Delaware 1 G -- -- _- -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -- -- - -. .- t- .- '.- ri
company of the name born in IWilmin6ton. i
63 years ago. i t FOR SALE-HOUSES j FOR. SALE

Sidney J. Weinberg! of New. Ij
I York investment banker, former i Waterfront home landscaped :3-tedroom furnished AlacArthur

1F Government official bent in New ,J 50 x 100 furnished two bedrooms -]I home. Puce $1X000, easy

+ j York. 57 years ago. .I two baths, electric} tern(:. Johnson & Johnson

,j Felix Cole of Montclair. .N. J, j kitchen. Bargain for qtsivkj I Phone 372. -octl-tf

|retired diplomat born in St, Lout} sale. Terms. J wnet' 2313 Patterson i J

1 e .r.e.r_ -_ I Its, 61 years ago. t II | Avenue, opposite Yacht J Gray marine engines and service.

i Dr. George K. Funston. president Club. } C. R. Smith, opposite Firestone
4J' \\ri ilcp t }o I of Trinity College Hartford. I IJ oct2-sat-tues-tours-t! !i Station, Marathon octl lmct

J Conn born Waterloo, Iowa 38 1
Itftl. Mtlaiul -
cemmnarfcr of the Ata4rItan
r years: ageTwelve 1 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Hoc.veracuum
lid itches In Hi.mL n.. for the legions 30th annuar cone I i cleaner. 523.00.;
...u... Cr.ti. him i Washing machine, $15.00.: Tele-
f are Paschal C. Re.*. (right of'WeVch. railroads converge on Furnished apartment: 3 rooms and I .phone 116 l-M. .
Pala .. ceir u a4u of the D.p rtmiwt of Florida. and' the port of New York. ,, bath, Maid an3 janitor SoCn-- t oct2-tf

JM H. A44MM (c.BUr> cl Miami. pr..ia.nt of the National' : !lest, linens and utilities fur: { Radiance. tcse bushes 60c each.

:*.*.*ti.a Ccrpcraiion.I CARD OF THANKS i nished Summer r te$. Coral' Freeman',
L | Catbe.f ;- St.
_. .. _H_ We take +I Hotel ApartneatX opposite Post 1.J txt88teSmall ,
means to thank Office. oct 7-25tx I
aINl911g1l nmmmmmiit iranmt !UmnniWllUJlIII1 tII'W1ra our many lends and neighbors 1! -
for their kindness and words of Furnished 2 size piano light color, no:
N.C.CS. 's Doing sympathy during our recent bereavement UtJities furnished 1-2-room :apartment Children t termites. .Very food conIi-

II at the the death of LionelC. I under 1 year accepted. Apply j{ tion.Street.$200 cash. 1309. oct Albury!-3u

mi Dahl BttMt Vargas. 915 Windsor Lane. txtl-tt .

".:Jll S": FORCEStyturttAat ARMED SERVICES We also thank those who gavethe : I I{ 1949 bata license. Apply 101SJ
Y.M.CA. use of their cars, the donors (I' ]Furnished apartment, adults. not
IJ Jackson Square. Whitehead of the beautiful floral offering;,!I pets. Convenience. $65.00. J Street oc -6te:

and Southard Struts the American Legion, the Na-i I. 1214 Duval Street Telephone;
Pump, tank and motor. Dining
$ tional Guard
vI i and Rev. Joseph} 1003-W.
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I AAlI lIurummmmllllJIIWIUlII' table jour chairs. 1919 FIa?
Mating of St.
Mary's Church and
.... h.....MONDAY... P.M Writing i+' HONDAYtI i those who helped us during our ;I oct2thursattuestf! ler Phone 740-R. octll-3tx

I ......, Ping tong I i 8.00 P.M.-Juke Box Dance. t I hour of sorrow. f. Four apartments available. 411 ,i Grand .
r-a Tablet, ShowfSewing !!f, 9:45 P.M.Truth 'or Con- ;i) Again we say we thank you. William Street oct8-26tx':! Baby lent condition.piano. Starr excel
50 sequences'Quiz J THE VARGAS FAMILY. I
HI. Ma.:;
I' .Ct12-llx 907 Division, Phone 8.3J.octll6tx.
J. -.. i Show. j One-bedroom furnished apartment \
r.M..31 10:15 P.M.-Dancing '
P.M. Spen"-" continued All-electric kitchen. ,

Benz*.1 Classes.. TUESDAY: I CARD OF THANKS ---I I screened-in porch. garage. Call Folding baby carriage with mattress .
ij s..nta :1enild. 7:30 P.M.-Shuffleboard Sessions I 390, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and
net BasLnetts and
j I Not being able to personally
;| on the patio' octll2txFOR land. All for $10.00. I20'i
TUESDAYInstructor. I thank all friends and
ij I! .' (supervised). our neighbors -* ) Grinnell Street octlJ-ltx
A.Nt"'C, f Nary ':00 PM.-Liltla Theater' we take this means of expressing RENT-APARTMENTS
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Wivr at U. S. Sub Croup .Reeharsali! sincere thanks to all ; AND ROOMS '
j L I 2.1c Pepsodent tooth owdt":. ISc,
Base '' (Service | those who aided and gave us .
Bowling Alleys personnel I
at Poor Old Craig. 1019 White
SUPPLIES t to PLM-hoar Wlvee, _m..1 I I welcome to attend I!f sympathy during the ilines i 'an* The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming Street. oct2-ltx:

i -. U S. Navs1nano :: stet take part). I tWEDNESDAY t at the:: death of our beloved Street, has an efficiency apt.

( Pud.8. Minnie Etta Shultz. and several sleeping rooms Vacant
\ White cndmeL $2.75. Outside
ta "1&- S. N.val II.-pitall I I 1:00 P .-HfKpilal Fish Trip 1 I II I I octl2-ltx THE FAMILY. Low weekly or monthly while paint $2.75 and $3.75 ur
Patty Jointly with'Atrlerw i--- -- rates. octl-tf
YMCA-NCCS-Red J gallon up. 50-ft 'i1 garden
Inc. .n Red Cross. !;; CARD OF THANKS ttt*e. $3.9$.. Doherty & Co. 846

I (!td Ttd..J. Crr..1 I 7-30 Shuffleb'XJ-d Re!'-i j i Our .sincere FOR RENT-BUNGALOW Obvia.. Phone 1597. oct2-5t
zpprecoation is -exi -
S. Naval Lion on the patio:! tended neighbors end friends for y> -. _
Fattrtlaltany to I (supervised I II I Two bedroom bungalow. screened FOtf'SALE-USED CARS
!coley ""..... I3rt1 TursWEDNESDAY .I I 1:00 PM.-"Ye Ole Country I I kindness and sympathy shown I porch, all electric kitchen, two
and for floral tokens of remem-
t .. I|I Party, ftatunnylFouare j t brance in the hours of anxiety car garage. beautifully. land- 149 P&ntiac 8 S1a; onVaton,
Han .k kVw scaped. No pets. $12500 per
ring and bereavement occasioned l undercoat no rust. 1215 Catherine .
tOO 4-H: .. ., ., in'a Retls and'I I'I I by month to Dec. 1st, then on seasocal -'. Street ccttl-5tx
{ the death of beloved Mrs.
Writing'Sewing '!' Irish Reels etc. II our to May 1st Paul's Tire
ey Writ 'I 1 j Carmenlma Yado.
)1s.rl.. Mat:| THURSDAYi Shop. octl-tf':
'. ......... I octl2-UX THE FAMILY.FOUND 1939 Chevrolet, 4dooredan.. ra-
3:00 P.><[. t I
I P.M.-Classes I (Ii.) and heater. 2825 Harm
.. MIN kwHwpital P. II. nit'!.I in basic photopraphy. '!!I FOR RENT-COTTAGES Avenue., Phone 393W.
PWitag Party. Joint i 'octl1-3t"

M rs+R ri.C.C S..,, 9.30 P.M.-Dance. John Prit-.1' Cottage. Rear 1021 Packer St
Man's bicycle found Duval
on i
Y.}! C.A. and Red .
I i I cha-d and his Orrhrvstra. I j ect9.3txModern
Best offer takes 1938
j Street. Owner have same Dodge se
c..... may _____ '
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Vocals b,v; by identifying. Apply 620 Ant dan. Good tires. Apply after
MW KMl r WiTM Ph.Ito.u. I three-room furnished cot-
i j
the members o f I gela. octl2itsMISCELLMNLOUS : I I. 600. Whitehead Street
.I FHnt M the Theatre Group.i I tage. Working cr settled coo-' octll-if

kM I M.-N.v Wim Club. I,I FRIDAY* i j pie or refined gentleman. Apply :
Ilan Me-itaatM Class !! 8:00 P.M.-Variety Nite .1 I I at 629 United Street. Fr sale by original owner, '43
Dane j -
i octl1. tx
I t T1IUSSDAYI I I Bridge. Pinochle :. Washers, irons. vacuums and! V-8 Station Waeon. Radio.

47 M Bate Movies. i fans rpD ired. OTJriant, Phone|I II undercoat porcelainizcd. 9000
Dlaer Wi\'H. :i SATURDAY: j I164-M. octl-tf i i miles. Perfect condition. S2.-
I I i
aiM P.M. liIO PM. Sewing:!: 2:00 P.M.-"Town Tour" i furnished. Kitchen : 393 cash or $1065 down andi
Two bedrooms .
rTa Na liwie. Typewritr. photogenic Kev Swedish manage treatment by j: privileges. Apply 713 Si- i balance: in 18 moult:. Call
Writing Room.llitawtes : West (sign in ad-, registered practitioner. Fiva monton Street. oct9-4tr' 603-R. octll-3tx
vane at the club.) treatments for $13.00 or ten for t
FRIDAY I i i iVM 7:30 PJlt-8:30 P.M.-Voiccre. $?5 00. Fur appointment telij j i FOR RENTCOTTAGESAND '37 Studebaker.: Good running:

t ...e -fcftWI fT Navy I cordings. I phone 575. cct9-tf' APARTMENTS ; condition. Apply 11A N. \.S.
Wfcw at Dayview 8:15 P.M.-Movies, announced
I i at the club. I II REFRIGERATION
has k.
I 1 I I Cottages and apartments directlyon 1936 Ford 4-doot' sedan motor
\ J.M 10:15 P.M.-Second show ,
/1-Pssa4el CUM. De
ocean. Private be ch. Ap perfect. $-iSO. 310 Peacoii
pAftmrnt of Health I same feature. .1. Immediate service. domestic or
"5-. I SUNDAY: .1.I commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration ply South Beach Motel. Lane. octl2-ltx

t 'S Mrs PM. 9-45 A.M\ .-Java Club. Service. Phone 724-W. octl-tf
Sewing !
ftdeti i 1 illoo A.M.-"Go To ChurchParties. I oct9-6tx FOR SALE-SCOOTERS
s Typewritj j
We Urttkig
.., lsltr.... 2.00: P.M.-Classic Hour, announced 'I STORAGE -- .. 1946 Cushman motor scooter
Overseas Hotel low rates. Cot Perfect condition. 516
/siiIrMi-Dattre. < at the' Apply
I' fee hop bar. oct2-26t; Catherine Street after 4.30
other Friday I I Club. ned Brick Storage Co. Furniture
9.00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour or commercial. Phone 798. 4 t I o'clock. oct2-3tx
.M..iM WWt Hut Club; -Chaplain French I octl-tf I|'
n.a- i i with Beatrice Mo-i II I FOR SALE-HOUSES

IATURDAY i, reno at the piano.t; GARDEN AND LAWN Three years experience as pipe-- :

).$ 1')1 -riiadee Training. I I I 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. : SUPPLIES fitter or plumber's helper. Two I.2-itery.', 10-room home and prop-
IiIi P snd one-half years as paint:r.' M '"
I'U-Drnsinll|I GAME ROOM=Chinese Check- 22 of Joe Carey !i building. Inquire 303 Virginia
...... Shorn'ers. i For your do? quad me one hand :years age.
Chess I 830 Johnson Lane. octll-3t x : Street or Phone 1548-M.
SUNDAY :j l I its Cards. Pine Pong.i iI spray. Also Sunday shower.

beta -flfcmfwwrvien Drrak*',I Prot. Writing Desks. Library.I'' Kills fleas and tick Dr. Clayton i : oct9-3t'i
!: Current Various TaI Piuuiber's helper. truck driver
fMl While Hat Club,I -. .t medicine for cats. Key I ,i
I I I ble Games tae.INFORMATION. and Lawn carpenter's helper, mainten- 'ii
West Garden Supply J
U. S. Naval B2a1 .. j i W. Have Several
DESKTennis Street. Tel ancc man Permanent resi-
Co, 914 Fleming J j
Sttadayl.i .
Wrt .t Swimming, :!., Rackets, Golf Clubs Fishing I 1019. oct12-tf dent Phone 328-W. ]j MacArthur Homes For Sale
: Lines. Cameras. Serv- dI23rxHELP
Checking c
\ See Fred Dion Realtor
P-rt. Winner Roast.. I or
1 ke, Film Service Mailing and
lama in advance). HELP WANTED-FEMALE i iI : .
up Wrapping Packages. ReceivingMessages. WANTED-MALE .1' Walter Beehe< Atiso iate

Iafi.uti an aW-housing 5t'rvI I i{I. Stamps Railway Express -I I Mother, need extra dollars? The [ .? 524 Southard.Street

.... ........ I I Service. big earning season is here for: Porter-bellboy Apply Overseas i j;i i Phones 136 432-W or 3150
SHOWERS.TELEPHONE. Avon Representatives. We have Hotel. ocl8-tf i I
IIatr ht --- -
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7-9Nin : pure. railway exiMiDdry LESLEIGH DAVIS.. community. No .b1i ation tr : .- -
:: ...... Director inquire. Wrhe :Mrs. Smedlev
re, pick-up
., atllrAlse I* all defense forces GERALD Program FINDER Director.'I .I P.O. Box 1101, W. Palm Beach For QUALITY FLOORS, Irs

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s 5TATIOa&1 MM. E. S. COUnilLIN 'I LILLIAN WEAVER Inlaid Linoleum
Secretary A-l /
E .nrti c Secretary I Wanted at once-
and soda fountain girl. Mast
t I MHW HILDA CASTILLO Secretary. I i Desk Aide I be fast and willing to learn Kentile

i 1 Local person preferred. Apply
M i The fame of the shrine of Our Adams Dairy Lunch. 901 White
R4Ias health (
j I Lady of Lourdes in Southern Street octll-3 Asphalt Tile
t Pl.+a Bete M Me rHirf roil I
|f! France dates from 1858, vhen"he _

, tail uae4w tree dm tan' care i Virgin Mary is said to have Now is the time. The big Christmas AVir Colors and Patterns for Every Roomin
H.. .... g.liaag a fUt $7.00 a 1 appeared in the grotto to a young season means big profit . ... p tout. whether h* girl for Avon Representatives. We the House

L' a. patient" one er 23 time. trail'l" you. Write. giving home' SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY
.Irs .... '*"r* ate nxt- If you are very far ahead of address to Mrs- Smedley: P.O. i .

ar pee and brih.NirhoU jyour time few will pay any at- Box 1101, W. Palm Beach. Fla. I gay FREE ESTIMATES pg

J i V. ( Break j r''tentton to you.Michtgan's octll-6t i iIt I II I Key West Floor Covering Co.

Jj $i i, the only Fngbrttme I State Motto is: Soda fountain girl Apply Island |

Pwp. beg ten you set-k a pleasant peninsula, City Soda Shop, 222 Duval St. i[ 132 DUVAL E. Stun PHONE 1454
j 1a e i'a atasr w,. l.k around you." octl2-lt''

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I TUESDAY; *C? a1 '
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'" h Four Births In Second,Son-Born rt'sl ttyHft SEW

-s C iYN And Guild Mme. *..*<
K W1 1 Naval Hospital To Lt Comdr. ;

By JESSIE ONPh A :seven pound twelve ounce Mrs.: H. Lawrence I I V0f nrt JnyISLAND

sea WiI-3'born in the XI. S. Naval it Comdr. and Mrs Harry ft ht.l
Oific- $1opes
The Citusa
: Hospital to Mrs. Jane Chase Lawrence, 2833 SeMeobeff Atj j. rrw rrMrstllttL.R
R id nc.-- 12-a wife of William' H. Chase AFC of aft f
; the parents
became ,. .
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l:Ili1R/1uluulll101181t111111111u8tM1/ :1tuatwgllrlitAUmtulfAtm771 l_ VX-i, Boca Ch ca- He has been their second "t_ '
named William RusselLA pound boy

Gala "Riviera Night" Will Be seven pound, four ounce son Andrew Elbert was born at tfce) [4>1 i ws.Md!

was born to Mrs. Rosemarie Cos- U. S. Naval Hospital t a n.H I i

Conducted By Officers Wives Club tick wife of Benjamin J. Costick, o'clock this morning Motl ,**l.
BMI, fleet Sonar school. U.S. Naval a'* be Ante
reprit i
s baby are
A "gala" Riviera Night," dinner The club announces that it is station. The baby has. been AaMi

dance will be given b} the Officers -J t I proud of the handsome croupiers!named Barrie Francis. nicety= of Ih* -= :
1 to be in attend"nc} at the *ta- An eight pound three ounce son *LtTCmdr.Law renie3 n 'M >
Wives Club, at-tine Commissioned qtr LtitttV
bles." These include Capt. Cecil 1 was born to Mrs. Shirley Ivey, Mary Lawrence, >>II %>$*street
:; Officers Me&s Ft Taylor Add Comdr.- Ira King Comdr. wile of Thomas R.. SN FAW TU !North Hollywood Cal*, H p*..
Saturday October 16. \! Michael O'Connor, Comdr. John"LAN r. Boca Chica. He hs been a
'I Dt w
< Mrs. Morgap Harriscochair- Dolan, Comdr. Alexander Husband (r named Charles Thomas. [tached to Anti-Subniari ." .I-
man of the club, announces that Comdr., Eli Vinock.. Lieu-I' seven pound four ounce son opment Squadron I 4XV I> M Itttnrl.i t iiI
!I'I'A >
: one hundred percent of.the proceeds tenants Hart, Hill, Finley,.Carper.i 1 j born to Mrs. Marcella Tru- Boca Chica Fteii.Mrs. _t
received from : the g'1mespla'ed. Capha and Gorman. i j t ideau.. wife of Narcisse Trudeau. II : Lawrence wa reM' *.
and objects raffled will :: Ladies on the arrangement I I I BMI. Fleet Sonar school U. S. her aunt and tt+uu te. Mr. awl Mss. trills ._ bs11e.LLa .
be distributed among, local charities I committee are Mesdames Cecil!j!Naval station. The newcomer has j I J. F. Crutcher. .t 1M !!MI L fc- ttlRofaws
; such as the Red Cross Navy: Adell Alexander Husband. ,been' named Thomas Nicholas. view avenue. Pena C01L FU.
Relief, March of Dimes end Com- [ Frank Busey, Archibald Me(I > sr It. .

munity Chest. Faddcn Fritz, Haflfinger Mor-\Douglass I High Woman's Club I x--- N ..1! ...
As Mrs. Harris says "While the gan Harris Leland Goddsrd and! Jr. (: ..l ..Adre% A4trlt ..

officers and their "wi\ej and ,T. M. Arrasmith, Jr. Mrs. Laura j School PTA sL & .. ..
.. guests are having a good time, Lou Toulan's.committee of pretty j\i Meets TonightThe M b'au'La .'
they will be helping 'many worthy girls will conduct a raffle during I ..
t causes." the evening.- !\Meets f Wednesday Junior Woman's Cfc* will rw
,,' Pied. n
meet tonight in die W..e*a's .,
I\I The regular meeting of the Club Building 319 Duval *rwC.i y It

Year-Old; JiiliiG;; ;; Russell t I Douglass High School PTA will :''at 8 o'clock.r .1 ...'
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I i be.held in the school auditorium, :A11 committe chairmen will l WANTED

Wednesday Oct. 13, at 7:45 p.m.j i, give their report for the .it.
Honored With First Party Monday i it j l All parents and friends are uri U announced.Tw .w
,gently requested to attend. Many '>
William George Rwse'll. of directing and I' Soda FeiaMinAD'Pt.Y II.'II
son games conducting :i plans anti 'programs for the school ..

Mr.: ,and Mrs. Iver_ F. Russell, 225 ,the party. ( term will be discussed as well as .
Sirrxpoton street- was honor guest, Attending were Elda Lastres, :j i some of the p.u jlems of the ..,'
c at/a, Ralph :Fignorclli Jr., Marshal]]school>and community.In | CM: .
party celebrating his first"birthday .
Sawyer, Carmita Vidal Edward'' .
addition to the planning and
# Monday, October 4. :::England Rodney Roberts,..Ther-
the Junior class will
**....-..t.I V SHOPMt ,It.,
were My am SOD
Guests presented with balloons j|I esa Signorelli. Ann Collins Sonja I'I'I ,present a oneactplay, entitled.

and refreshments of cake,j,I Lane, Christina Lee Hancock!}"Qratitude,'. I j I tALL VITAMINS DtfVALSTMferKcruburger
candy and ice Russell and Gregory. Curry, Judith -I I bewe eo t. esxaci4.....,... ,
cream were served. 3
and Russell Weech.. Roberta : | hens aid leea. ra.N.N. lw' T llr
auido .
Eastern phis
Two Star I
prizes were awarded to the I[Brown, Carol Rivas. Ir -
little boy and little girl who drew!' Mesdames Jahie Signorelli, Ed- r 'n.. $2.59 ---
Billy's name from a hat These na England Maude Roberts, Mary Officers Club f ,.. i$7.9SGARDNER'S

two were Sonja Lane and Edward Sanchez Janet Collins, Pat Han- ; .
England.Mrs. I cock, Nellie Louise Curry Wilma Meets Tomorrow "|, H
Russell was assisted by her Weech, E. N. Brown Eva Rivas, Officers PHARMACY TOMOftftOWi +
Club of Fern
mother Mrs. Chapter St. Cor. VarcU
Marvel Roberts: in Theresa Clark. 1114 Division '
-- _. No-21, Order o* the Eastern Star PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERY 'Ma.,i Yaw f'l sis N
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meet tomorrow at 8 pjn. in
'Hebrew Atonement Day; Yom Kipifr, the home of Mrs. Connie Demeritt I.- N
I ; 1016 Georgia street."A Hallow-

To Be Observed By ITiVrii Zion GroupObservance e'en theme will be carried out All N N
officers and substitute officers are h

of Yom Kipur, Hebrew ,,, in good-will among .the people, imited to attend.Calendar. 1 fc J HIW, stSIAMUMI* ratalais -m N

Day of Atonement, will I[insisted that an Israelite, before POINT PEN N.

start tonight at 6 o'clock with asking forgiveness by The AI-j i Of i BALL
j(t mighty, must have heart and!
services, i WITH A II fLU WRITTEN Unlel POLICY
Koilnidrah eve conductj j nrJnd tree from any hard feelings J Events ,I 11I
; ed at the B'Nai Zion Synagogue!against his fellow men. j Coming i = .r

e ; >by Rabbi Abraham Schwartz, assisted ,, .All physical pleasures are for* i TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12- I Ii : :

: by Rabbi Lewis Gale. j;1; bidden. Seriously ill people, how-i Junior Woman'? Club meets: at I WllnS TO I YEARS WttMCHn IIffUJIIe'

i Yom Kipur, which appears on ever, are permitted to eat or drink a p.m. in Woman's Club I T11r_ "' IW"-------..... .
t : the Hebrew calendar as the tenth!i ioay i water and not partake of the ser-1 Building, 319 Diwal Street .P.......... _c_.t MIl.,...."a.s_, ..tN.M... ___5.w _* .. "11
13 vices, which are 'continuous on ......4.YMaM.... ...... ..... ......
sJ ol the month,is October ont ;; ."East a-- I
this day. !] L"DneRehearsal, 8 p.m..|I I. s..a.S w._ .... ..... .... ... -. .
the English calendar, ?:-. }I I in Barn Theater. t it..i..' Ak ... fnttmm tea a* .
; t.. *;\*;\\&? final dy.of jud ent,,J The' sages also' .. advise tnirl Womans Club meets at 3:30 .a/[..: "lttrall'haruUW)9 WhilrAnnouncing..f at IN....... _
communities, attend to the a
4 hence a day entreating r t1UNmighty ; i m. in Woman's Club
{ .. to forgive all sin'co ini3 ta [fundamental pillars of penitence, Duval street P'I .
a tedin.the last yearand bestow: Voice, Prayer, Fasting and Char- Division Street school .

the,-sealJor a happy .new. 'ear'I ity.Key mothers meet at 2:00 room to
sg "i' tipon'all who hope arid pray for West's B'Nai Zion congregation plan Hallowe'en festivaL I ,
: < will start Yom Kipur Day '' ;
1 Street
meets at
it.The tenth day of Tishrah. was :j services at 8 ajru, tomorrow. TheRabbis I 7:45 p.m. in school auditor .
.y rhcfef because it was on this day -sermon. will be given at Jwn.I j

that ,God gave Israel the sacred !jll a.m. his subject being the Harris School PTA Study Group j lip
.I) meaning of Yom Kipur to hu-I
Ten : 'Commandments through meets at 8 p.m. in auditorium i
Moses. For this reason Yom Kip- i manity. Memorial services (Yiskor. to hear discussion of "Psych- : Another "First" for 1POLLOCK'S

ur was, and has become,an oppor- t Maskir Nashomne will take place I ology 0 f the Elementary II
I at this time also. The second I. i
tune day to ask forgiveness.In School Child" led by Rev. G.
connection with.this, Hebrew I'part of the services, called Mus- I Leon Wells. All citizens who I

sages, tn attending to keep- set will begin at noon. j are interested invited to attend ''I I I

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Altar. Guild of St Paul's church I ,
Intimate GlimpsesMi's. Pollock Jewelers i I holds Autograph Social in ,
Parish Hall at 8 p.m. I I It It If Hit Pride and t/f"ffUUf' Thm4 H eJmimifirr

E. R. McCarthy with her Have Joined The WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13- .
; f Our "' .... ttuf
son Edward. Jr., t>f Bayview, I Officers Club of Fern Chapter I "" S :

Idaho, and Mrs. W. T. Eckbarg, "Gor/iniii Family9 No. 21, Order of the Eastern I .1 ppoiuff..rni at .luthuti+rdDiflribulur

San Francisco, Calif.., are visiting j' Star, meets at 8 p.m. in the H I
As indicated elsewhere on this'' Home of'Mrs. Connie Dcmcr- ft.r .
their parents Mr. and Mrs. i, page, Pollock's, Quality Jewelers, :j itt, 1016 Georgia Street
Allan B. Cleare, 900 North announce their appointment as :j Rehearsal of "Oleos" for "East THEGORHAM

Beach.; I IMrs. I authorized distributors for The I Ii Lynne", 8 p.m., in Barn
McCarthy who is the i i
Gorham i Company, one of thecountry's .Theater.
former Dorothy Cleare. and Mrs. 1 1'! of Executive
oldest manufacturers Committee
_. {:Eckberg, the former AlphonsuieT !silverware, whose products have t Monroe County Council of I
4 Create toured Canada before I'I not hitherto been available in Key Parents and Teachers Harris !
coming, to West
Key Mrs. Eks [West. School Library, 3:30 p.m.

berg.traveled from San Francisco :i During an interview with Robert I Hospital Auxiliary meets at 4 COMPANi
where her husband I
Captain j Pollock
owner and operatorof p.m. at Municipal Hospital.
Eekberg is stationed at the :
Pollock's, Quality Jewelers, he THURSDAY.OCTOBERl
Navy Yard and joined Mr. and
; mentioned that Gorham's notice I Hospital Auxiliary Sewing jOur
Mrs.tour. McCarthy for the Canadian I of appointment stated "It is a j I Group meets at Municipal

j pleasure to welcome you to the j Hospital 2 p.m. For transpor-
I Gorham family." This is indicative -t tation call Mrs. Run 420W.
Karl Shultz. Atlanta Georgia, I of prestige and goodwill existing j Bingo in St. Mary's Parish Center First Shipment So >>
who is here for the funeral of between The Gorham Company I i
j ] beginning at 8 p.m. Spon-
' Robert is staying 309 Whitehead with his!'! and its distributors, which j sored by Catholic Daughtersof / Arrive (}(:Tou'1c"hfldHlfffl
is in turn passed on to the con American Holy Names Society -
street. Mr. Schultz who for
many sumer. !I and St. Vincent de Paul AND W. CordUMj InvH* Kty**. ,
years was employed by the West-
Mr. Pollock further stated that]i I I r Society. Cash prizes.
ern Union in Key West is traffic Gorham's new pattern "MEL- (1} IDAYOCTOBER1 Our COMPLETE LJC .. .

manager" for the Atlanta Offices ROSE," will, be in their first : Officers Wives Club has lunch- .

of that company now. shipment along with Gorhams! eon meeting at 12:30. Electionof GORHAM Flatware
Mr. Schultz hopes to visit with other famous patterns such as'I officers. 1M HoHow# e4AT

other relatives Mrs. Raymond Chantilly, Strasbourg, Butter Cup I! Hallowe'en Dance at High THAT Tl$4C.Itvanuhiie.
Cabrera, Mrs. Marjorie Dyson I and Camellia. As many people I School 8 p.m.
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Faulkner '
I'I were planning on purchasingthese j SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16I -
within the few beforehe
leaves Key next West.days, patterns out of town for "Riviera Night" Dinner-Dance May H s..,}pet 4
Christmas gift, Pollock's have released J given by Officers Wives Club
t I I : this information in advance i at Commissioned Officer
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Archer, GORHAM 4
1 i of arrival in order that Mess Ft Taylor. Proceeds SILVER
Homestead, visited in Key West II'I their patrons will know that Gor- i of Games to Go to Charity

Sunday, Mr.with and Mr.Mrs. Archer'sparents George!I ham Sterling will be available ; I. I,. Ideal f.,.,........ E.4#E ..
(I right here in Key West I j For East and West really to I f .
1425 Newton I
Mr. Archer. who is II { meet requires the spread of :
Leader j ) Post To human decency and brotherhood -
editor of the Homestead Legion I I .
Enterprise a weekly paper,:i I
visited The Citizen offices aba" \ Meet Tonight i CHRISTMAS LAY AWAY ,

Commander John Fitzgerald,t A regular meeting of Arthur ; BEWARE OFPINWORMS 1 i :rJIIir ,1t :N.. 1\....i........ t... .1N.

executive officer of Key West Naval -j,Sawyer Post No. 25. American Le- _
StatIOn. u in Miami today to gion. will bo held tonight at the : I I -ee

meet his wife. who is joining him{Post Home on Stock Island at' I
from Coronado Cal. She.s accompanied "{18 pjn. XMieal report rtvesJ that an ai.azng !
somber ot POLLOCK'S
children sad adult
by their four and a ; A group of candidates will be Pia-Worms.
half months old child. Comdr. (received intq the membership of Watch for the warning itou.opeeURr
Fitzgerald arrived here with their ,the Post in a ceremony conducted the Arts cBtbarrauuc.crcuuit of Biismg Pin-Worm rectal rrua*itch.a I ,, IIl/,4 OUflLITI I ,

"2 year old son several weeks j by the Key West Guard 0: Honor. i T.eaip ffectivo way to dear with them aa. J
been e *bkihd throusb JAYNI'SW,
ago. Legion film "Air Power isi I J. new Fin-Worm treatment developed
,Peace Power". will. hIS shown after r) tba laboratoric of ..*Son..malt /
---- .gas
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Minneapolis is increasing park- i j;i the conclusion of the meeting.The i ii atwtaction or roar moats back.It,* 3II9t .
meter from 19 feet to I **** chaacM o, Fin.Worm I II yoa ear. i
leg space I
22 feet to accomodate longer cars j j Koran prohibits games ofi Feet/or. PoW this and ugiy foiio iafcetiofi.the a.k direction your drsggi.. "Ezperi...ed ........ iK ,.... Ovvuntlr _i
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: WILL RE OPEN :, SHOWING of Electrical I Appliances : : ao I 1 : 'CKANERS 1
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: Electromaster Ranges : Cat Sat Fa raft WMfe Ik*

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LEGALS 1 LEGALS : -j LEGALS: 1 Fine "that'wtsateverhedecldesiS th Southland Sons t

p. _- p_. Beginning I I Nina Warren Campaigns Home thing do."he -'feels 'Is the:' right. f- nato I

TflJI Memo Is unknown. CragaSMuk married. Mra. Adolph Rels- M4m '
'tU r I: I Irish Fit Stat.; man. his wife. whoso given !I AUSTIN. Tex.-(flV-By) dowhI The Warrens.are a closely knit UNIVERSITY.Jnivcmty f -
JOHX MCNAWARA. and If name Ts unknown, residence ing Louisiana State here in the family. There are six children of : .
IIftt'. married Mra John MNama- I : unknown; Jtrict.4y MkM-
I Wife Republican Vicf-Presidentlal Candidate quad Ia
,. I. ra, his wrf. wboae Rivenunto :1948 gridiron opener the University whom five still live at horn. Mrs.

,.a. ...... I I. nknown. Cragastork. : of Texas Assumes Hoiisetcifely Role for Jlubby't ComfortBr Warten throughout their marriedlife by .
.ss.. State; I i Longhorns maintained a. TeRfsenaee M Alrkams .
MMtflrw4 'NI.I : and and each and alt of the above-nam II i their record of never losinga always has had more to do i4 iMkatllorth i

If ...rt" Mrs- Martin MoNa- led defendants If living and If dead home In 56 of W. A. WELLSAP than merely supervising a staff of \ tW%

r rt.kft& SI I mara hln wife, wheae givenam heirn devisee*, grantee*, anaigneem opener. years Newsfeatures I CH<. ik,. IMna
t' la ..,._. CragaVMMk. lienor creditors trustees, football history Texas has lost servants. and IttinotsV

$1'u =Q'' lri h Free state; or other claimant. under aurh defendant -I only one opening game, that by I I SACRAMENTO. Calif. Mrs. Earl Warren will play an important She usually has 'found time to --- -
MirtlArn J. defatted, and If dead all
SIi ." .# : if married., Mr. Michael parties ciatnring Interest by I an extra point at Kansas in 1938. role in her husband's vice presidential campaign. She take a personal hand in the preparation TAB Diet afb iJakfcnl .iisetal'i

;. u. r ... s.d H J. MN -*. his wife whose through under w against said defendant The entire record reads 52 wins of the children's schoo.

-4ik. ..t given name I. unknown. St. dereaned or otherwise. In two ties and one loss. Highest I will accompany Governor Warren on his swing around the lunches and to watch over tM
l.smia, Ml-*ourl: the real property hereinafter 4.riihed. ..- &
aba KMVandinavian
t? uunfrasm* I* ..M Mai MART MCXAIIARA. and Ifmarrte I and Bit parties claiming Intercuts opening game margin ever scored I country by special train. She probably will make rear platform i youngster's dress, social' .activities I III I Warren -:

< s. MsWofft *i e.e4lrw ; *, Mr.-McNamara. by. through J.ftd.rFI or I by the Longhorns was 74-0 over appearances but. following her long established custom and their sports w4 i
k iVMiFIt aMrrte her h..>*.a4.b_ riven against >*. M. Rlyptone, : II 'ein* lit father!. Ma5
SMU in 1916. Most .
points 'ever plans no public talks oi statements. She is devotee of the art of
IgMsff. nnaus* *f Ik* name U .nkno.. Garden I gal Klla M. FlejtaU Lol H. Gipp I a h'eueM I.urn .
MM ft B r..*jr,. ws.. ..... "' 'J'. NewtIfVtItT *,rk; and T. J. Tally. -r either of them scored against them in an opener Throughout Warren's public career. Mrs. Warren has kept flower arrangement and is painstaking en.if. wa
S. ..... ? MCNAMARX ."dl each of whom are deceased In .and was the 19 notched by Kansas inthe I NtwbVMrs. .
II I in the He his in doing the floral decorations -
If _rr. Mra Timothy )Icmara. I to the real property hereinafter religiously background. waged

.,. .. sad I' t hla wi'.. who.- given defwribed. and all parties having nrrlamlnir lone loss. The period from I some of them quite.strenuous-by' which he campaigt1S-1 for-formal occasions. Warren's .
r name I. .hkn.wn. Bronx. i to have any right title I or 1913to 1933 found the Longhorns ;!I 'IC. Pk.we .i
w Ia New T.k. : Interest in the following deivrlbed j defeat. from an Alameda county deputy Neither motherhood nor household aM
being scored against JOdnrM .
cv. >_XXA, "frs.I.-MC"Samara' ,. and If 1 helntr real in properly Alnnroe situate County,lying Florida and 21 opening games. only once I governorship (twice elected) and .to his party's: choice ,as the I I cares have robbed Mrs. Warren a f justly bg.4.

kr ....... who*. ._ lvenname tn-wll! i:11 running mate for Governor Dewey of New York. Republicanstandard S of her prettiness grace or .

.t.i. .... .. unknown' Ylrs.f.w I charm. She is blue. eved. lieht. -I ftxHy belMw, WM juuLLW

'eta .. T.rk; L Alligators and crocodiles I baer for Presiden' complexions with an auburn tint 9*} rerentif. .. .

U- .. ; .. MARX JlfXAMARA KPXZman Lot 27, Block 1:- well developed l voices.LEGALS. i Mrs. Warn imprs you of howHtreII J
U-AI.TKU KfXZman to her hair dimpled ani ftY
aid equallyas
Rlock 3
I>it* Z7 and U. : with the unpretentiousness of
m.T. iK RHTMsntJi b.. feunband. Hr .. >- Lots 25, ts ,27. 28. *1. 38 31. 41. photogenic as her handsome we wove in.Tti4>4. S*.1
a** If morrs** Mr New Tnrk; 4J. 41. 4i and 44 Block 4; i iI her concptio of her role) ,in the husband. lent home tn

1> ..! her fc )*( fATRMTC f"SAMAR..d.. Lois 1. 2. 2, 4. IS. l>. 2S. !. 3n. 31. governor's public life. It has track of all
I. U.- If married. ) Patrick :Mv 32. 33. 34. 4i. ;2. S3. C2. (t. i. The two met at a breakft eap.
... ._.. Ma If.h_elve been merely that of a devoted .
-- and n. Block 5; \ TIlE ruin IT COt liT OF Tnt r! ve have uesHaed .
r* .o Vaek.HRT name I* unknown; 1it4 tS. !5. 45 and .C. Block I; I.\'TU Ji .It'l U. (.tlU'IIT wife a mother and his'cmpan- party in Oakland. A two-year tonal) nvafBMQBV gfc tat _
.ILL" .>aa-a... IrIsh Free State: Lot. 1. t. S. 4.; 5. C. Jl. Z5.; 26. 27. : '
s.d 1C .' H?. JI4IM -NAM4RA. and if 28. 29. 30. 37 and St. Block 9: i 1 OP% AMI THE Foil STATE MOMIUK nf FI.OHII(.OiJTt.. I I Ii ion She sees her duty 'as consisting courtship! ,was followed by an engagement pride In bu4.qSMtl to .

WIMmm It*******. narrleA ilra. John ). .-- Lots 1. t. 7. S. III. II. 14 21. 22JS. i 1flltX'KHi.: I of making his home life period They were married cwucMnt_ e. Ngotsi .

.. ..bI. it* -W .",_ar hU...U...k..wa.. .ho. Or given a teanrk. and: U.44.:37.Block SI.-3!:. 48: 41. U. 41 RICHARD fame F. %. 11-591 i! pleasant, "a place! to relax and in Oakland. Oct. 14. 1815, ina it I INk .

Jtew Ye k. IrlvJi Free Slate: I jot a 14. 17. IS and J7.. Block 11: VANAUAN.Plaintiff, t rest from the cares of the day." Baptist church. This was after you where I SI7 .

*. flN4.LIjS.U4 ".... MrNAMAR.4.. and if Ail, of Plat No t of Key Lariro _.*. I>1% OIICK ,i iLILLIK I "Politics i field and in his appointment as district attor ha* gone torthreu h J ... .
". JloXa-
-ani.4.. Mrgtvosk _- married. ). )- |" Industrial SN'Uon.a'.ubrrlviiion his .
City. d. MANAOiVX.Defendant
-*.W. U- mara hla wife whoa* given of Monroe County ': that field all th de ney of Alameda county but before tIw vesrs.A

(MSB** tn Bfca "114I4 s>... In unknown. Cravanork Florida I In aceerd..wlth platthereof I frTMKTO *PPK.*ll I cisions. lh says. "My field i his last campaign remitting betel WIt with
ni ii N4. .. Irish Freo lIsle: recorded In Plat Hook TO: LILLIK (L MAX.\I1AN .
home and it is ''there in his election the office.
,. JOHV: "C!(AWARA. and Umarried. I. page tIC of the pnhlic records 110-H liaker VillageColumbus j| our to W rmt ww

A J -., .. *f Baarrte*. Mrn. John afrNama- of said county; Ceorgia 1 I! strive to make aay. real campaign Mrs. Warren then Nina Palm- Warren gta ftt M .r I IIan'
lii.l whama elvenam
.. M ra:
Jf4aX A f. wife.BBBBB
.t ..**. I. I I. wnknown. CragaMrk. You to.are lb hereby bill required of to apH'at -'<'| contiuton do this by quist. Meyers, a widow with a hJSbSIII4 54 .
sworn complaint
I S' L4UI niAI. lrl.h Free State; !. can small had been office the fa a.
Umarried. Lot 3. Block 1: flied against you in the above stared seeing t my i child manager niiym FJU1. t

.. '& ana Ifs M'rr MCXAMARA.. oI-oI'N.m"ra.and I.t 3 and ... Block. 2. *au e. on or before the Mh day relax whenever possible and of an exclusive woiven's thr mud eoost
It. Lot 4. Block.; .f Kovemlier. A. IK 1'4". otherwi- t
,. Krry M. Fte- her huhand.....whone. given Lot*.3. 4 and %0. Block 4: he-alleKatlons of said bill will l. spend such spare moments a dress shop which may help account Our hMa4s .,.- i. ..
w- glee* .... I I. Crairasiwk. AH of Key Largo Cltv Harden taken confessed by you. he may with the for her choice of appareland will UU wMIa ,
State chUren- DOT
Irish Free : ytis
4IM I sMkhnvwn, aVaawvvtIU.ZaW :
rove Section No. '. a subdivision r> and Ordered at hey West : Close I
friends to clothes
MCSAMAP.A.amd ability
MARfUP.KT wear be &
aeror.lwith lumptiaii of medeaty. tW
: Monroe County Florida in Florida. this 4th day of October. AX .
It stVKmrrT and U If married -* plat thereof recorded In plaliook I IS4S. that Nina Palmquist Warren con- ._--I__.- comingly. ts really a ** *> c kt> behnd..Dll .

.*T4', weeEUZAIlRTH her in unknown l. pare If?. of the public records (Seal! ROSS C SAWYER, tributes more to her husband's She was born in GuUua knew that ker
.H.U USUhI iriv a name of said enuntv: Clerk of Circuit Court of MRS. EARL WARREN J. *ta ,,4.
.-. 4IhU.-. fracanoek. IrIsh Free State: Monroe roantFlorida.. political career than just that. She I ( Sweden the daughter of a Baptist for chococUt take k-u .

Y 4 aI.Arnh' "...5"WA ...; !ws I I MCNAMARA Mr.3ICNamara.her and Ifmarried. H Rv: Kathleen Noitage H Csd stands shoulder t shoulder with !gives him the encouragement he minister and was brought to printed and wt toly. ttretBUnniaVY

SI ...n.4. husband, who given Ijnt Lot 14.I. niork Block 3; ( ) Raymond for I'laintlff.H. L.or
h.t is.- Tutirnknown.. CragaItork. Lot 7, Blorfc 4: Ot.'t.i-1-U-G.U4S. him and his judgments. She I aways know," she has said,,, her parents who first settled in purr I
.'w. IID. Iriah Free Slate; Lots jI and 7, Block 5: .
.. 51.. 'I". J. CROXVI.KV. and If marrled. All of Key Largo Citv. garden --- ---- -_.__. -- -- l

WTSI Mr. P. J. Crowley. hi. I Cove Section Xo. 2. a subdivision of

U04 UVHr .14*. whoM riven name Inunknown. Monroe Conmy Florida. in accord PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER. 1948 It
.. .- Hron New York: I with plat thereof recorded In Plat

I .- _11-. JOHN_ .Jir.NAMARA.. Mr. John MrNama and Ifrrl. I -' 1. pare 1S5 oT-the public re<-- "OTle or n.eT10N eordaaee with law providing for tae levy .the amendment eu the Coanty *y the Mas. Oowaty. Cetsaty ..dii s. amamut .1 dia J
ai I. "'RTtAo."I'. ra. hln wife. wh n. given rdx> of said county, Northeast: WnXItEAS. The Leglat.ire of 147. of taxes and sueS lax shall not be applied and Ova same !u 1 School Boor School DUtrtcu. Special Couatr Tea .4 t
half of -
East the quarter under the Constitution 1& of other than tbe shall Tax School Dtetrtcta and MusucipahUe .
.. _. la unknown. Crairamvk. i. of 3. the to any purpose a ..bmt t tbe ea o ky *B* I
11I wame
of Section Township Carte of Florida did pas 11 Joint Resolutions payment of the principal mA Interest efsaid State a. Th* Legislature shall al Ike Legislative Sooh a. I Ps. c
.. .- IrIsh Free State: South, Range 40 'East, except the proposing amendments to the .' Jecuoa at.Fk tr .p..0 n Session ol 1M*. ana) froM Urn to Ishool t iiiiB* mm*
ii .__.. Lt. MICIMKL. MrNAMARA. and following-1 portion thereof; Commence Constitution of the State of Florida and (b> In addition to the bonds authorisedIn be held in sne year IMS. that 1,. Urn Iheeadsr enact laws to take cIties accTKm rt. i. Fr.BT
If married. Mm. Michael McNamara. at the Northeast corner of the some were agreed to by a vote of paragraph above and subject to that Section 1 Article XVU ot tbe only alter approval by the elector W t. tho Cs<**
Ry rI.hflAL hi. wile. who** given said Section SI. thence 'run West /- ba of all the members elected the limitations and provisions tatereol Constitution of o\ state of Florida b said Comrty at a referendum-tailed fee M <** Cl.llS o* VOBSS**, .
1 I.. K.h.rts Vive name I. unknown. 46.8 feet: thence run South 4".11 M each house: that the vote on said and of Section < of Article IX ., the Constitution amended so .,f.follows: that purpose specifying the power locations -.. .545 e fte an SBBOS w4CBBBiy S

.. $. .... .is... l>aar.n rk. rich Free Stale feet: thence run Kast 4* .s feet: Joint Resolutions were entered upon their of Florida the Legislature Day SECTION 1. br of toe Leg duties and eoaapenaatioa ol Cxia.ty by me. t'jg' -
I. UI 1. .-.. Li.. PATRICK MCNKMARA. and thence ran North fII',8 feet to the specU\e. Journals with the yeas andD.ay. also provide for the Issuance ol SpecialCapital Ite. at any ao o at Tax Collector designated i. Paragraph ,m-d*
If married. Mr. l-a rlok Mo. whlna s thereon and they did determine and Outlay bonds by County Boardsof .I or eat 1 or This Section 14. and shall Mkewkw Tan sVtM DIsericta iii
of :
r a.. ? A.ez a.4 Xamara. hi,. wife. h !eriven place or point ; direct that the said Joint Resolutions be Education for school capital outlay J tot purposo provide for coUecMoav rare, ma*. I. Ik I.agIIIeSi.r 40 _
W'I.KI U unknown: myth half of Northwest Quarterof submitted to the electors ef the State at projects acquired or constructed tbe ( origins call 0 any amend.meal reporting an* disbursement of as tame lakes Semis ol rUg. apI .
._ ._ -'.. is.ti name tk>- Northwest Quarter of Section the Ceneral Election In November. 14* but said bonds shall be limited to o..ea, propose lbs collected by the Couasy Taa Collector.a tme m..e ..ast
_- __.t := <-rarn rk. Irl'h Free and state It 32. Township 60 South Range NOW. THEREFORE. I. R. A. GRAY. project and amounts- .approved by the or aendet.any portion o rnL p. the pateess. feacw = .
1. MARTIN MONAMARA. 40 East. Secretary of Stale of the State of Florida State Board ef Educatioa aa prescribed Constitution. Any Unisina ol cT.. C.
married. Mr* Martin MrSamara YOU AXD EACH OF YOU are d* hereby clue notice that a' by law and shall beeosra payable aerially reviaioa o amendment a\ and to PataaVa 1 at
hi* wife. whose :len hereby required to appear In the GENEKAL ELECTIOSens as prescribed by law within not to one subject or any m. subject, SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION KO. M4 mad isast U U.belt.
M m rrto4. JIIIr.&t .- MUM I* unknown; Crags.turk. .alo\ entitled ''IUllO' In the Circuit be held in each county ia Floridaon exceed twenty years from Vie data of tout no amendment shall consist of more A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing' an .. ewe m-i.dp et.'t1.15.eLi .
Mr is.4. w ka Irish Free State: Court of the Eleventh Judicial Tuesday 'steel succeeding the lint Issuance: Provided that no Special Capital than one revised article ot tae Const Amendment to Article VU1 of we aM Same smto4 ItCesaig

I. snkkaown.J HRIIHIKT MfVAMAR. andIf Circuit of the State of Florida In Monday in November A. U. IMS. the Outlay bonds shall be Issued hereunder t bO w.f to assessment the ot Sat property of Florida lor taxes relaSvo an* t. C..
eia rird. )".-. MfXamafm. County Florida. aid Tuesday being the toaasber with the school proposed.
and for Monroe t h 0 a th* collection of taxes by adding there -
SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER tBdeb diMM ol such county including moot
I aiMTTM. If her hunband. whose gIven of which aid cause Is
l the title- at
aa additional sections to provide that ha
I far the ratification or rejection of the spedtl tax school'district indebtedness, It shall
.".. Craganwk. IIrUq afIpry MoLt'eN PS
Ptarter JwtMvo name I I. .11. hereby mad; a part of this orderas said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments shall exceed twenty per cent ol the be respective Journals the County ol Broward SUM ..
.0.. frlvenB Irish Free State: If fully set forth herein on the ta tie ConUtubac el the State of asrcxted value ol the. taxable property ol wita u ti and pub th* County Tax Assessor shall aaats A JOINT h11TAmtnd.eao
I. ._ 4.isarft.sUxrTh NORA MCNAMARA, and If of October A. IX 154$. to Florida viz such county according- the last assessment la t 7'aJ.. the property ol the County far the pwr. is vsuisitsea II
married. Mr.-.llcXamara. tiled b9 p i -1 pos .levying State. Cou ly. Sckoel *wdafuniupal of me Siis adI.
answer the Hill of Complaint for county purposes prior to the a foe
H. ( I.. her hunhand. whose given and each of you in issuance of sueli Special Capital .p I pb ro taxn levied ky the Stat. nuesimsat pa
J' against yon. 1 Outlay two time, on* wet t be snaae lie OTrifccttoB of taoa. It _.. .
P2. ..*! *. tr.. *4 am. ,. unknown. Cragasxwk. ,said cause otherwise a decree pro HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION KO I28 Bands. The principal of and Intereston not earlier than t we" the other County County School School Hoar*. Brhsol V* OlSaflBSfltat W agBVBWB r flkV 5 SSl

a. .,..o4 I. theL .t Irish Free State. confess will Ue entered. again A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an such special bond. shall be payable not later than weeks immediately Port DistrIcts District Special Drainage Tax Diaineia.District aw* Cc >r5 y .f.r'i.. SM-c 5 PBBMa.
11 ,miB4 o4 I. ThoMAS Mt' JAMARA and you and each of you. Amendment to Article IX of the State from a land established in oacb county preceding tbe which the same ans> other lstr.ctat and auiaanpalitieJ the c-e-Mty T_ A_ -.I. _
H:1E E.r..4.i aid If If ..r.I.. Mr. Thomas Mcamara. The Bill nf Complaint filed herein Constitution ty aiding thereto an addItional comprised of moneys- authorized and apportioned -. Is to be voted 'a thereupon submitted ol'wie jrssmg County which by rat- prapart, II _. ..itr 4r .
-K a I .* n. kevMkasMMl > hl. wife whftteriven I I. for trre purpose .f quieting Section providing that all.:CI5It by the Legislature for school to the tae Stt fO DanCe request thetr uses to be so ssumi cl levj. fif Cm .-'> $4.
1.1..U IUISB* mama l. unknownCraganork. title of plaintiff with reference to taxes upon easel.r other motor toeS capital outlay and debt service purposesand approval or rejection at the .et G and kved. end that Oe Cowrrty Tax Cut- rie>*l lr.. *?. k* the JtJB
t* m fit"W. park Inch Free State. the above described real property.WITNESS product collected and reta.ncd shall be moneys provided by the county from eral Election provided, however lector shall collect and distribute the said Coos'? Sftkal 't. t__
school Including such revision .
*.. ..**! -... Pa.: K. A. KVANS. and If mar my hand and ,officla) used for public highway street and airport county ad valorem taxes revenue as authorized sources us required for approval o amendment or rejection may be la.. ...a' tea( triad > **> sad _
Kvann. hi. the 23. day c of purposes and prescribing the distribution -te BcflT BY THE LERTSIJi.TV r>alM M W ik* Ow. *alJtevto MCovniy
r .."TI.IC.n.'.. rted. 1Ir. K. A. seal of thl Court on certain ol ay the Legislature subject M sil election timer Cie conditions de RESOLVED ". C seaS _
and ol portions *a *
If married. Mr. wife whfw-e given n.noe' U September A. ii.. 1*4*- said use tile limitations of the Constitution relating ai .and in the manner provided RE oF.usE STATE OP FLOUDAt p'1 ,..
** e.* lay .a4. _..nw. Zanenvllle. Ohio. RuSS S\\V.YKn BE taxes.IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE to .4 valorem taxes for school purposes. a of Article XV n of nils That las fotlowmg Amendment t* Article aR" B04.Vt9 BV TtlT UaVtb-
... Clerk of the Circuit Court, OF THE STATE OF FLORiDA: Such bonds shall not be bonds or ContUoa It a majorityof the elec VIII ol tne CoubtuuoB ol the State and ".. CF T sf nAn t* ffVOMX* .
IV MonroeCounty.. Florida debts ol t.. State( el Florida or enforceable upon the amendment adopt of Florida relative to the MMmnwat That BSJIB
tor *
That the following Amendment to Article collection ol an saxes ta the County otBroward. *
By: (sd) .Anne C.:c UmrworthCircuit ._ IX of the State Constitution by adding against the credit or taxing powct ef Bc amendment the same &a become State of Florida. Q attdtnj 'c:. Via of the tu_ .!
fre--.-.. J. nrPRKE.. F.V\X3 BOYER Jpusy .en the-eto an additional tertian pro. tile State put'taU COJttut thereto additional seclwas to fee nnrr. .1 Pfee5a .ose dis ao ccadisiSsis
and and i. \v. RKYXoUW. a* { Court Seal) viding that aU excise tares upon gaoline hated by the Serre.ary .! State he and .4 .5 .- is mePistil.
IMstoi. .rr"." dlrertor and trn*- WILSON" TRAMMEL or ether motor fuel products collected I a the same is hereby agreed to and saali a* .. of
.**.. a-lvea Bjantow. tee of Peril Water Com Attorney for llatntiff and retained shall be used for Horsy JOINT RESOLUTION NO.: In HOUSE JOTJTT RESOLUTION N M Catnerin ..T. whore rent and pre crib.nK: the distribution Amendment to the Constitution by adding .Ou be helj ew the the mae e U hers** aai u
.... New Miami Florida to Article V of the Constitution the Gencrtl Election to ; .
denr*. are unknown: .pt.2..t ..U.U.1 It 8. and iae ot certain portions of raid taxes thereto an adldtaonal Section c. t. ot Florida relating ts the Judicial first Tuesday alter the first Monday s* be admitted is s** W f
MARGARET UP.IUL. HAM is hereby agreed t, and shall be submitted -inc two additional Senatorial Districts.BE Department by addtnz a.Section November, 114*. as follows: olIan** luc eMi us _
Ik IMPP .n4 If fU' RESOLVED THE LEGISLATURE tetl .t. Cenav (ssetB Ia
I to the electors of tbe Stale for IT BY relating to Jjdeaof SECTION-From an* after January a>
14.k* r.. lrHcwnlin NOTICE OF M.*TBH ftLRXOT1CK rstiiicstion or ree -tion at the net* General OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: the Supreme te .t.. 1. l!. the County Tea Assessor m tbe urn Taiagay jcm *xe ssrst SB *B> .
._ give* i am* laTB her husband who** I IS HEREBY GIVES. i Clecbon to be held ia IMS. asfollowr That th* following Amendment to Article BE IT D Cat BY Cor County ol Brovar. State ol FteMa.shall TcTW ISN. ** isis."
.a...*" New given name I* unknown residence I that under rnd by virtue of and' VH of the State Constitution, by wag RELY STATE OF FLORIDA: assess all property for an State.Counts. U. t. pe4 .
unknown.JtMK pursuant to that certain decre SECTION 17. AH excl'C taxes now or adding thereto section 1 creating two the following Amendment to Ar kb..I Maairtpal take to war I. I*!*. tho Co ai, Ta
...,U''.'... .1s4 If M H. BUACK. and ifmarried. made and entered nn the18th fiaT hereafter imro cl upon gasohne or other additional Senatorial Districts ts hereby Tat of tae ot be levied la the County by the otat. ta th* CBSSM* .| pisaMsa iaaUa. >
-rdaiaIaNd, 'no. J.... M. II A. D. UU. liy the bke p-oduets ef pctro:cum or upon all agreed 10. and submitted to the elector by a COtt nr" County. Couaty School Boar School BhBll ."* *B gisaiiBj
%a* iaislaB wk a. givenonwm. iliad:, hl. wife whose srlven nf Honorable September Aquillno Lopez Jr.. one combustible c*ci and liquids used ia ol the Slate for ratification or re2ctk a of said Article V. kn"-II .Districts. Special Taa School District flat*. ra.Mp, ...-ad sad
1. Ills WIT name I. unknown renidence Judge of th.. internal C99ibusil engines for the generation >n at Ute General Election la 1S4S. agreed t and shall be submitted bucl s Port Dictrtet, Dninagt Districts and any itase Sc lilt is.i'J .5 rrj
of .
f the Stilt. COBBM* C'-.
vehicles and follows-
of to propel as
power and nxaatcipaH-
unknown. electors the State Of Florida for ratification other taxing distrrts
t. ..
: Judicial Circuit In- and II.WBOI MrtrtV Tea
Eleventh created .
SECTION 'nlere" hereby
... retained
wrach collected and
raft. are ui
wIles request
_ ANNA. )i. SPKLimiXG. andIf rejection .te nest 6en ties by ordinance
gIhKnI .a4IbiIhfL o .
for Monroe l'\lnty. Florida in shall be used exclusively for Ute ' two additional Senatorial Disiricta to be Dkl. M.d.I.
tame be
nat tal I.
.. married Mr.St.lhrinv.I.e rha_,. In that certain cause arquis-tion. construction reconstruction. known as tile Thirty-ninth 3Bth) and lows:Ee t b i 1'4. The Legislature a. shell at tile LeglUattvo Th. Log .- .:saasl

I A._. hnahand. whmw given therein pending wherein Job. M. repair. operation and mamtenwe of Fortieth 40thL Senatorial Districts. The 44: Justices of the Supreme Session ia IMS and from time to feat lative ... M sad
-- II. ... ..". I I. unknown residenceunknown. Christian I. the plaintiff and Wil roads streets bridges and rights of Thirty-ninth Mtbl\ Senatorial District Cot SECOM Judges et the Ctrcult Court*. thereafter enact laws specify lag She '1_ lIIrssftoor.1 ..
,,un. aw If : Ham Hrook and Urace Brooks his way therefor or for airports or for the shall consist of Monroe, County. The eLgiMe ad*t> retire with cotipcasatkra.may powers functions dotie ant compensation powers, IBSW 0' die..
.,. l.a rxiuvv w. WILLIAMS andIf wife et al. are the defendants payment of indebtedness and interest Fortieth 4Othl Senatorial Dicunct shall fcutead ntitnme elect to ol Couaty Tax AM_. stagnated s* *n W aT T..A;..
f Aa- -.. married. Mr*. rolonY.. being Chancery Case Mo. ll-4i c. thereon incurred for the lease arquixtUon. consist of Washington and Calhoun Coun which .o shall be qualified r.tu.i So the first paragraph of Ihia SB em .I
.-... \\111lam. hi. wife. whose the undersigned Special Matter i In constnlCU.tion.. repair ties. Nothing berem shall disturb theTtaJl'tJ'e1Cbl cntmue to perform all of the fUJI '> Section, and shall Ukc..;.. provide bylaw shall rifewta*..BeMi** B*>
given name la unknown re4denee operation and maintenance of roads Ito existing Senatorial"ta. their respectne offices up for the extension on lbs anemncnt eol..eiss ii -
said Decree. -
; Chancerv. appointed by sweets bHdgrp and rights of way there- A special election shall be called o .he Tsa Assessor W s'l ('em-, Taw A.e 5 ph
roil ol
> unknown: by the Chief Jostm. if It b*a Supreme tne County
P MRAK aid If IIKRBKRT T. HARRIS and will offer for sale at public for or for airports. Of All State excise In the said Thirty-ninth (3 th) Senatorial Court Justice, or by tbe Senior Circuit taxes levied t y nw s... Cosalp. County hr the .... C._MY (
Z.u'.. Henry P Mead.B MAROARRT HARRIS his outcry to the highest- bidder fo taxes collected and retained upon gasoline District and in the said Fortieth ((40th Judge of his Circuit. U it be a Judge of School Boar*. School D..triru. Decrial .is.i ...'-
Ii w. give siam* cash before the front door of the or ether -ke products of petroleum except Senatorial District within Seventy-live toe Circuit Court. They shall severally Tax School District. Port Districts Uraia- aesveI Bori..t. sad Nua.rsis-U.,
11 ... Aver Ma.. wife resilience unknown; County <*ourt House In Key West aviatIon fuel not ten than four list days after the election m 1M*. to the same retirement compensation age Districts and aay other Using dis' aw.-i-inN 14. I. rrogr4 aikfv
TALTf. FRAVK 0 Mrl.VIN. and if elect Senator from each ol said Dis rv. vase I MM tk* P.-tp ** CIn -
ama If Mon
Monroe County Florida on cants tax per gallon on such products a had Upon assign tricU, and satmictaaltties. whose taxe
) T--i TattyMUlown marrted. Jim Frank n. >..- day. November 1st. A. IX. 1!4S (sam shall be. mood by the State Road Department Senator elected, tram the .ment by rge any other Circuit may be assessed by the Coaly T.. tisa. (sr-"ri". **, 5
.I.. i. hi. wife whose eiven being a rule day of said O.urt anda. tot state road purposes in the manner Thirty-ninth I3 thl Senatorial. District t Circuit s Judge shall Assessor puraaat to the first paragraph tsa.s heIke
-. alaM.Pr .- name I I. unknown. residence legal .Ie. day> dnrinii the legal provided by law. One cent or more shall hold office from b. election alter lora have the _rdr iur..bcba and powers el th; section. -by. me Seem ,
the First Tuesday 515.5
,.. *. "tat. unknown. hours of kale to-wit. between 1) tax per gallon upon gasoline or other term ending on .ot. Circuit .ud.. No such re SECTION From and after January
First Monday rn January. lfc>2.: and Ta. 51-No-I Dhtl". sm-I
VICTOR ROSKQUIST and If like products of petroleum. except aviation the or Judge shall be requiredto 1. 194*, the rtounty Tav. Co'lenor! MI vie
llHrr TuS. .. If o'clock in th- forenoon and 2 Tk t.asmam f *
Fortieth h
'II the Senator elected from the ef FtorM *
shall hereafter be imposed by without his County ol Broward. SUM .
feel duties
L I,. .-- IV-ttiHl. married. I. Victor Rnxe- .'(. in the afternoon of said day the Legislature and the proceed retained total senatorial District shall bold office Call pfn be special shall collect aU taxes levied I* th* ('_tw I.**M"l 5.ft**. "* *-
whose giVen by general
bill wife may
... "wlllt. t .sa.N.r 55,1 U.s
a..1. the followingdescribed property tsatisfy 0 distributed among the several counties from his election for a term ending on by the State County. Couaty CcManl Net
*. .wn*>. '.... name la unknown, residence said decree by pavment of and used In the same manner as the the first'Tuesday after the lint Monday Judge rvoible order.have Any resigned.ustc. o Board. School DictrieU. Spec J Ta* BOWMB. fes.Iusa& *VM| aws) PTe ...... unknown: the amounts therein specified: Second Gsa Tax ts distributed among\ in January. 1SSO. and thereafter Senators this amendment may bfre School Districts Port Districts. Drainage sad ol CoBSMy TM CsBlkiBilm
PA. ,. .. .*>4 II iwarrU*. MAE B. 'RITCIIIR. and if fit Eight fA). Block Two () of the several counties and used by the elected from said Districts shall come w.thia its bme rab..e may Districts. and any other taxing distrteta. Proaea .*i I *fsKa .
married. Mr.-Ritchie. her office for term of Four years.Provided hbn crl- Mrowto **.. I TMty. hi* wife. TAVERXIER HARBOR a Sun- State Board of Administration the State hold a cate of his wllllncness so and mw eop.htel. mho** taxes may be
.e..1.._ husband whoso given name and the several Boards : that the Legislature is authorized : .1 Ta. A_ ,. r-S-si 4 .
lamo I* .. division In the ; .4..f the Roact Department tae Clerk of tbe Supreme Court. attested by the County
.. .,. lrwk |Pr** I* unknown residence unknown S\Vl-4. section Twenty-seven .I ConnIe Commissioners as provided ta by law to alter or abolish said ia Districts the- pursuant to the f.rrt paragraa oC Ute .C........ M5toL5 _. C'.
_. Uil. Townehn Sixtv-two (Il) Section U. Article IX. ol Ibis Constitution whenever representation preceding Section stereoS
ARTHUR a ItrXNKKU and but with no limitation as to the Senate is reapportioned. The Legislature shall at the legislative It
If flange
MHf If married. )lrA. Arthur S.llirnnell. duration .4 such tax: provided sol splas ** Session ol IM*. Sad tram time to amA?, ioiwv ua _
Jkrk* Tally wll t East according t a 4 Proposing an
funds shall be expended by the time thereafter enact law specify g the A MI mmew
.4r.. _.. I. ... hli wife. whose thereof filed f.r record on Noeirher Amendment to Article VIM of the Constitution .
roads 'It9 AiB .
State Road Department for state HOUSE JOINT MSOUJTICW WO. powers, functions duties and essmpea.a- B Bi:Bl Arr V 5 me tWe
is.M.U_ Malha]y, riven name I* unknown residence \ ?'. 141. and recorded in the county as directed by the Board A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing the of the State ef Florida relative to tlan ., County Tax Collector *e>la-na .. unknown.MARION In Book 2 of Plats .t Pac-e 3fi I ef County Commissioners thereof. Any Amendment ol Section 4. Article III of Sfcsessment of property for taxes and the ta the fIrst paragraph ol this Button. sad 51tw Bo
rtr'. aid If mai.r.f U. TRACY and If of th" Pnhlic Record of Monroe -. taxes that may be Imposed upon aviation the Constitution of the State of Florida collection of taxes. by adding thereto additional halt; likewise provide for toe coUertton air Ike Sec-S al'lC" T mw <

sat sy T...'. hay k.i ikxM .. married. the spouse c.f the County. Florida.Allan fuel shall be ased exclusively fcr airports relating to the eligibility ol members of sections Saint provide State that ot Florida.the In thCounty care custody reporting and di-buee.i Sefye 5 (k* Court ml .J.K .
f **) .a.I.ama ..teI"rl.. H. Tracv. whose B Cleare Jr. and access thereto in the manner ol the Legislature, t.1 compensation County Tax Assessor shall swell the mont ol all taxes collected by the Cwnty ESM nes P'srhr :11

BIB: ww l- ta*. Texas. "Iy.n name I III unknown. rel Speetal Master In Chancery provided by law. Nothing in thts Section and .:un.rat"n. property of the County for the purpose., Tax Collector.SZXATZ fT 4sLATVUCor l
fMTMl J TAL.TT. aa4BBiw If .... nnknnwa: natmoTHl R. J.rdAtrnrsrev shall repeal or modify Section 18. Article BE RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE of levying State. County. School and 05"
4.). ", .ler J. Tally. (aoRGE N. HKNPERSOS for IX. ot this Constitution. This Section OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Municipal taxes levied by the State. I. TssM ArMHB V.4 *k*> ckswwn
and if .... .! Mrs. lleorir I shall take effect July 1. IMS. SECTION L the 10 I low In, of .aSo 5 F ._ isadNed
rkf e.- .1. namia. I f'.p'%oI.o.t.J%.1 Tat III of County. County School Board. School JOINT RESOLUTION NO. USA ismeis .
4. as me is-
) Poll*. T..... S. Henderson hi* wife. 2 Amend..t Constitution t of the Artcl Floridarelating District. Special Tax School D triets and JOINT RESOLUTION Praeosinx asi sVrti.4i N .* .
$* IA.'T TALlY Ml IT. whoee given name in unknown NOTICK OP 1\TE\TIO'N TO "1KPPLICTfO : BOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lOP the to the ttt 0 of MunicilMliti of the County and that the Amendment to Article bill .! the Co- to .. c-ansi 40 0
a..l i'hii5LIHsiT.. residence unknown .b"bit mebr County Tax Collector shall collect the aUiutlon of the Stat ol rtartda reian** ... ,
_* \ FOB FIN 4.1.I A JOINT Proposing the Legislature ii eaa.d in a.I fee
...*, Iwila .;IM BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE the collection ol taxes, by thereto .
FRVXCr lt \ adding
\I..olOO. his
State of Florida of the av4
aa4 duO I
U.- COEkTY f : ol the shall be submitted electors to is -
I CY) RT' .P TUBjiiu.K. t t. or THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ada.tronil Sections to provide rat lathe
wife. residence unknown BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE or rejection the .4
TU.TT. .1.4 If smartS- > ror>T\'. State ol Florida .tlcaUO That to Article =.
i 0"II Ot the following; Amendment County cl ".01. State ol :
Mr* ***. Tally. kl> wlffas .. A. SHERM4X. and wrATh: OK FLODIIIPRO OF TIlE at the s>ext Ce..1 Ele0n VIII of the Constitution of the State County Tax Astejaur shall asteo Ike at
If married Mr.-8herrnan Tuat following Amendment to Section be held in November. lhit to P2S So k* h*. *a> *BSTW >
g ew Rasm. I 19 and
v. of Florida relaU\e the assessment
to property of the County toe the
her husband whose gives B\TP- 17 of Article Xli of the Constitution say that Section 4 ol of the m-pm. a., r... .i.. is
Ikalsaa. Trva. collection all in the County of of Bchool
of taxes levying Elate. County e4
Tn re the Rotate of of the State ol Florida relating to educa- ol the State ol Florid shall
aSK TALTV ... name I* unknown, residenc Constitution Saint Lncle. State ot Florid by adding Municipal taxes letted by the "_ 1513.--:
If ,' R_ also knowna .
= .k Pedro Um Is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted amended and amended shall J.AJ* a* ax* f
mown. '
b thereto additional sections to be knownas County County School Boar*. CekootDistricts.
.M.T.. .
I ", Pedro I'. Romero.Deceased.. to the electors of ttie State offlorida follows: Ner..J Ie anS I l--
... artten M.'ttnASPP'RROEK. a Section 13 and Section 14. be and the Special Tax School n... I
masm.S.isU.L for ratification or rejection at SECTIOJf "alf.u. ty ByH k* BS>Wotner is ..N.tbr4
I and If marrIed Mr_- t L..I. same ls hereby agreed to and shall b* and Municipalities of the County sad .
Iwllas Texas the General Election to be held ia IM 5 .
YAll4I- : VA.M.K.NnROKK. her lau!. To AH Whom It. May Concern: tlons. Mlaeie*. etc. senators and m- submitted to the electors of the State that the County Tax Cobcctur shall eotlect -
TAUM. amd f as follows BX-to OB* rxap>*B ;
I* hereby given that Antnnio -
Notice .1 Florida for ratification or rejectionat the said tag.BE .
of Representativeashall
band whose given the House
Uunknown iot
Mr name SECTION n. ( ) The Legislature *a.fo4sN.'s5sts 4V
TALTT. kiMB Dnno; Perez filed his final thareective the General Election to be held on IT RESOLVED BY THE twIst V.TURE .
*****, .. given nan. residence unknown may provide for the issuance by the b* duly qualifIed i fitI eteHkBB.. B .n *
report all Administrator of the estate roomies and for the firn Tuesday alter the first Monday OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA-:
: County Board of Education of each county dstt bell me e-
sm -11_... Imllam, Texas; of Pedro Peres Romero. also were chosen. ia November. 1943 as fallows: That the following anendmerl to Ar f jl :
AUNKS-l K. KL1XK. and II ol bonds for the exclusive use of the which te o a.i i 1_NiNeuI
-KV TALTT sad If marrl SECTION IX L From ana alter January
known s' Pedro P. Romero, dereased the the Senate and House title VIU *l the Con.ututtj ol the
) free schools .
public i county 55-N
"arrl. iMr. .r
". -TAl.T l'. her k -Klink. hef i. .1950 the County Tax Assessor State of .
: that he filed Ms petition whenever the same shall have been approved Representatives shall be tea dollar a day Florida relative to the uminient Two floeS ': -.
''f! ..eo.e I. huhan "bo.,. given nam of session; and la addition In the County of Saint Lucie. State of and collection ol ..DII.. ( *BVr J*>
for final I discharge and that Icwill by a majority of the votes east for saancl-nsBM *
I I" eat da t elm CM am ha kMl .
n. liallar. Tea*.; unknown, residence tin- of tile be paid for subsistence Florida shall moms aU property tor all County of Volusia. Stat ol Florida fcy
Honorable in election in which a majority iff.
to the an
apply Ray- Pled
= known IB* 0usia.
: I i. ; and County. School. and Municipal TJSBBarM :
State adding thereto addraocal molnu. b
TAL.TV an4 If m.,. mond It Lord Count Jaaire nf freeholders who are qualified electors not more than seven dollr. to CAS
RICHARD W MORC5AN. and day fay each the taxes to be levied ia the County by the known as Sect).. M sad tsrti.a II.
M**. !. Tally. Isac residing in such county shall participate.but fifty ceata a is
Florida. add
( If married. Ura. RichardV MonrneCouatv.. n the and mileage to bo paid to and Slate County County School board. be and the sam* ts hereby agree to sad .
c 5t. .1... .1.! .. stam ja no bonds shall be Issued hereunder session .. V
NSI' la sad r.
I .-. ,... Texaa. MOHUAN. h<,. wife Whose 25th day of October 194 for approval which together with the school Indebtedness irma t homes to the scat Of government School Districts. Special Tax School Districts hall be submitted 10II.. elector of rwis Moe.-4.. .. '
f given name I I. unknown of same and for final discharge ol such county including special nearest mad nest practical and aluniripalities.. tae state of Florida Icr rtttncatiua or rejection .
a II t 45 5. m _
dence all Administrator of the the rte not than I. The LeCUlature snail at the Legislative at the O-ncral Elertioa bo ap1esme -
unknownJ. estate school district indebtedness incurred route to
tax _., ..
" ..- TAUTT Her k*.. of Pedro Perez Romero also and one-hall o mile for Session in isis and from time to held on the first Tuesday after ch* lsn ana .
A. of this amendmentand
HEPWORTH. re"\ to the adoption seven .
I ls4. wk... a-lven ...* .. married. Jlr., i. A. \ known a. Pedro p. homers deceased -( prior Indebtedness incurred under the provision not more thaa lour cop.d I any time thereafter enact laws, to take effect Monday In Nor ember. IMa. a* 1o_.. .sap""a. isespc bet -ded by
JAM'. .1.. T...: hla wife whose riven on this. 2'th day of September. of tots paragraph shall exceed raano for more two only alter approval by the electors of SECTION 1*. I. From an* are* Jan.uary -. tw.e ss T as. 'oar .he .s
-:0"1\-, ... IImayvI.4. I nato 1S4H I fifteen per cent of the asEested value of a special 0 extraordinary Mid County at a referendum called tor I. its. the Couaty Ta* Assrasar M Nas .4.p
unknown rd ( .'
).. ". residence un that speeUyiac the powers. functions the County '
i 11:01. known ASTOSIO DUIO PEREZ I the taxable property of the county according purpose al Vohnu State of mon "! .f' '; '
; -a. fcia wile. ... giI ... < ; As Administrator of the estate of to the last assessknent for county 0"I duties and compensation of County shall assets all property for .tale. palmied too 5I.. ..d 5- _
HARI.K3 I on .
TV SNIDER and Tax In Paragraph I
; .. Assessor designated County. School and Mu4cal
MII aJII t: IIMII prior to the Issuance of such tames amsmm ,
Pedro Pere Romero also known. is *
If .1'1'... >. Oharlea IK bond Any bonds Issued hereunder shall JOINT KESournojt NO. m of this Section U. and shall likewise, provide levied to County xtta** -
N.w lark llty. N T.: Pedro H Romero deceased. BOU2 ou't ytlle :re Irn, t... .
Re.1. ? Salder. him wife. WDOSC gIves i. fcoeom payable serially within not toexceed ILU pn>po mc anAmendment by law for Ute extension on the School in Jemase
'la residenceISIDDRB'FACLKXER. Enrique K ultl.ldo Jr. as I twenty-five rram c i. date assessment roD of the County Tax A_ Districts. Special Tea Sch* 4 Dtotnct tOil
.T"known' years Ar.' XI
- .. M _rr. lr.--W..S& unk" ,.: Attorney Administrator.. ol ntwanee as prescribed bv tile Legislature. of the Se Stt. or of all taxes levied by the State. County. and Municipalities. .a- = : T -1
U ih. h..4 a. wk- .Z3.oct-S-I2-19.lS4S.. Whenever any county bat voted CkS Mid C_- County School Boord. School Districts *. Th* Legislature shan at the Legte. ha.5pIv
I ..,...' and if .t. .0 special Tax School Districts and K_ lattv .
.* mama married lira. Isidore ka savor of the Issuance of such bonds .btU. Session ta iM I.-. ttasw to 5mha..J;
***.a_It. trial Preo tI..I.: ..'. him Faulk- 1 1I a special tax for the payment of toe RESOLVED BT THZ LEGtSLAIV IpsHries.SECTIOSt. time thereafter enact law sped IT wg Ikevower lawmeN au p .
"rrv M*Namar*. *.4njarrle If aims lfe. whoee given The Secretaryship' of the Interior Interest on said bonds and the principal tOt OF TUB STATE 0? FLORIDA: 14. I. From and after January *. '(:"*. duties and rosnaeet, Neil ama se _my .
*. Mr Patrick MrXara. unknown' "lrne WI1ACDLPH .lIId..I1 was established in the thereof as the same shall become due That the following Amendment o 1. 150. the County Tax Collector of rJosipl County Tax A_ _._<.* ... m e oist.1.0is. .
Mg wlf.. who** alv:. ; I and payable shall be levied on the tat- Section I Ac XVH at ta* the County of Saint Lucia. State ., fa Faragraa 1 W ISis .. I*, aw* 'Lb..Ia. Ne .
REIS1IAN. and It year 1849. able pnopuqtUJ1a the county la ac- .t of o 1. o Florida, re Fwrida, abS aoUact all taxes levied ia staii kuiwi, Btwate ky Urn k* me 4ismep .



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First Tarheel High Scoring Softball TaBaResumed ;L4L.onlfr'T.'R.: ( ; : Perry

HOW INDIANS WON, 1948 TussleDURHAM Duke At :Her? FOr Duty With YX-1 3 3M 3t

N. C.-(fl1))Duke DURHAM. N. C.-(W>-Three.f Park ,. A r Lieutenant ( sart.tadt8as r :
BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP and NortK) Carolina irfct irf the ; Duke University football teams'have j TonightI! 1H
first football in ranked I R. Pnns. *
; game ever;played among the top scor-j MIGHTY BANTAM\
North Carolina, and as far as is I i ing elevens in the nation. The |i The sound of "Play BalT will.| !.Mrs T. R. PttIf ., ..
known, the first game ever play- 1941 and 1945 outfits were the again street SttrlnfiW, Miss. J
ring when the
CELEBRATED ed in the south. It was a Thanks- second highest-makers in college tonight i r. t e.I on October H fc. ....... r. I
ACHIEVEMENT' giving Day game played in Raleigh football and the 1943 team ranked' Island City softball league re- Dewlopmna.r
in 1888, and the Blue Devils]I at the top of the list. ,sumes its second'half schedule of i I I fVX.U at 8ae- ..... Ps
.&..A._ .& .. ..... ...& &... won 160.'Nmu i games at BayJiewPark.> it war ; Mrs. Perry s. ** ...... aMt. .
& &AA&AAA AA..AAAAA&AAAAAA&A&A&&AA&& Of I II announced today by Paul Gv i r and Mr WWfcam K.
Facts Series bury City Recreation Krector.AIl'l', ) $12 South!$.aett ettr.... ..-.. -..
.IL DOL.ilLE.: OFF FIRST Champs Pa Lieut @assade. ..... ....
IN SIXTH AND LAST OF M& SERIES 'I I cn. T.. A..wri.t.4 Pr.... I Play has- been suspended1 since' .
T .. Sept 11th, due to weather condi-I Perry' arrant realdht. et 70 8ttttlb
CLEVELAND (AL) FINAL STANDINGS !tions and necessary lighting adV street
PlayerAn R.H PO'A.E Club. W. 1... Pct justrftents caused by the storm, j, wt Lieut. Cercraduat" -aa4 irup ttaM
Mitchell If .._ 4 1 1 3 0 0 Cleveland (AL) __h. 4 2 .667 Tonite's games. will bring together -! from s..k'" ..
Kennedy, If 1 0 0 I 0 0 I Boston NL) 2 4 .333 : school in May, .., aA*LII..tId.

Doby rf .'_..... 4 0 2 I 0 0 I 1', Bob's' Sports Shop vs. Adams- Mtnissippi AtateStartrrifle a/
.t r 41 .Boudreau. zs: .. 3 0 1 2 2 0 I. CAKE RESULTS 1 Dairy at 7:30 p.m. '. bs a ........ .. U-
; jAr ra a s Gordon 2b 4 1 1 3 3 0 First game, at Graves Fiel.ll) Kantor's Men Shopvs..Elks,, at:' S. Naval AesJeaeY. 1 k'
Keltner, 3b .._ 4' 1 1 0 3 0 I Boston. Oct. 6: R. II. E. 9 p.m. Maryland, .. At
Tucker, cf '00_'_ 3 1 1 3 .1 0 : Cleveland ... -0 4' 0 Thursday: | was rsthtaMd. trm. Mw Jaarrdtaalr
Robinson. l b 4 0 2 12 0 0 Boston .. ___ .' 1 2 2 I V. F. W., vs. .SubRon.-Four r at I M4 teeWvetf "IHaaMMa* tI.: M
Hegan. c ___ 4 0 I 2 2 0 I a Feller and Hegan; Sain! and 7:30 o'clock. Ensign m Jane, t*.*
Lemon p-.._ 300030 i I Salkeld, Masi (9)). I I Naval Hospital vs. 'VX-l; tf 9 I Ife hM sat..4 M at__ a/ t
r Bearden. p .___. 1 0 '.0 0 1 0: Second game, at Braves Field p.m- f.t1 overseas Arty. ........ .
- -,I Boston Oct. 7: R. H. E.I| ca months in the Pseer fa
Totals35 4 10 27 15 0 :;I Cleveland _.__ 481 ---.v..1 '; battlMouCi: U. So *. cw..._ II
I BOSTON (NLf '! Boston _. -. 183 < math la the AMwav ..... (
PlaYErAn R II PO A E!i' ''Lemon and Hgan:: ; Spahn. Barnett FOLLOWING 'tt destroyer U a a e..y, see. f
A. A 7 Holmes,.rf _... 5..1 2 1 0 0 ((5)), Potter ((8)) and Salkeld. I; months as .......... .... ed
.Dark, ss '____'_ 4 0 1 0 I 0 < Lazing pitcher: Spahn. I THROUGHBy PatroT l BomWitc: 9<.M*1PM.
.1 Torgeson. Ib .. 4 1 1 5 I 0 Third game at Municipal sta-I ,f beet Cummamtar saTy was
i Elliott 3b ____ 3 1 3 4 3 0 1 dlum; Cleveland, Oct. 2: R. aninitrurur at the JbN '---
RickeTt,. If .__ .' 3 0 _0 5 0 0' Boston .' 051!i PEDRO AGUILAH t my for M ....... U. saeaaS. r
2 'w .! Conatser, cf -. 1 0-:0: 0 O'0:j Cleveland . 250, ... -." ..""....4., the DepaftwenT III oedtw_g ...
Salkeld, c. 2 0 0 4 I 0 j Bickford Voiselle (4)), Barrett WORLD ;ERIE.4We I and Gunnery silt .. lay M
Ma-i.: c ._.: 1 0 1 3 0 0 J (8) and Masi; Bearden and He-I months semnadtekly. pr. .. ws
M. M'Co'k, cf.lf 4 0 I 2 O' 0|! gan. Losing pitcher: Bickford. I. are verY happy the JS48..' reporting to Key Meat m .. ....

Stanky. 2b __ .. 10' 0 3 2 C! Fourth came, at Municipal] World Series of Base al t is i over partment of Ayiitian.Defend .
bRyan-.- 0 a 0 0 0 0'I Stadium, Cleveland, Oct n9: |I, for we have. suffered with good' Ue hat been ...,IW Atrarwan E
Voiselle p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .. H. E.; friend Tony Fernandez and s.n.- Ii.e/al ... ti 1i..
aF.' McCormick- 0"0 0 0 0 s Boston ._._-._ 170!I many others who had'the Braves. I .(1c",V PnetoJIMMT AmericanArea Ana C--W" *..a l4di.

Spahn, p u.n. 0 0 0 0 1 0 i Cleveland m_. _._._ 250,:|I at heart: t| Eutope..AInr- Mbi* s rtkr ..
cSisti ___. 1 00000 I Sain and Masi; Grornek and But now that it is. all over, ( CaeepKn Neelal.
.:a-...... .m -.-.- --.1 Hegan. Home runs: Doby. Rick- i:those who had their hearts in 134-pcond. "Binaingham Baa j jCim I'[>[Pacific A *. Cu. ii
(W1))) WirephotoAL Totals31. 3 9 27 9 0:;: ert I, their throat when with one '.on t ,' Is die smallert football and World War R ftrWor trio
a-Grounded out for Voiselle in Fifth game, at Municipal: Sta.1 I,in the ninth of the final game. playe fathe SouUi st ra -- -- -
DARK. Boston shortstop looks to: Umpiri'Bt7I'Stewart as he slides back into.first base too seventh. dium, Cleveland Oct. 10: i i i Stanky walked and Ryan went C'' he U ODe of Train Robbers i

'if" tot* )!o keep from being doubled'off in the sixth and final game of the World Series at Boston b-Ran for Stanky in ninth. R. H. E.|I,|: in to run for him lived> "thou-- Georgia. Te b'.. ki0gt ....11. ; ..

fattardav, C4dia RoblMoo. Cleveland fist baseman. already has the balL Dark was doubled c-Hit into double play for Spahnin Boston ...._...__._..m____----.- 11 12 Oj i sand: deaths", Sisti then went I ThUul left halfback cooed r
.* sit Carl To..,....', fly to center. ninth. Cleveland ..5 6 2j[r to bat for Spahn and. he tried'hard tttff wtmiagr teuehdowar against Take The HUH r
Score by innings: R. Potter. Spahn ((4)) and Salkeld;!i i to put Ryan on. second, but vead.rbUt and starred .d.r...* 6-
Cleveland (AL) 001 002 010-1 j t Feller. Klieman ((7)), Christopher i i i 1..11 he did was hit.\\flto a double -.sf' agmisot Tataa ISTANBUL 4* --I" ...
Boston (NL) ._ 000 100 020-3, ((7)), Paige ((7)). Muncrief ((8)) arid I 1'play. The hearts of Baby Garcia ten 9t MOnt atria.* a4 ....
6TII OF SERIES-BUT NOBODY GOT THE FOUL BALL I Runs batted in: Boudreau, M.. Hegan. Winning pitcher: Spahn. Nestor, Harry Blister Roberts f OVER 100 KET WESTEUS, of melted' .ban..* ataftmf a ... ..
McCormick. Gordon. Hegan I Home rur.--:: Elliott 2, Salkeld, :, Jack ViUar af, Casadb,' !land iwbb. I&a. paw s
I, Robinson Conatser. Ma-;i. I Mitchell Hegan. I,'Anuez Lee McCullough* Form-: (Continued- From dye One) \:I The holdup ..wv...*.< is a '"
Two-base hits: Mitchell, Bou-!, Sixth game at Braves Field dry Baker' and others jumped''I t moon pier. Miami i; on October I 19; are sine the ... eaMaaatt wof .. 4a
e dreau, Torgeson. Masi. |iOct11: PLII.E.1\'I back into iu place andfrom,then- witt provide c-Umax<<: filled with let t1s.An ....
Home run: Gordon. i I' Cleveland 001 002 010-4 10 0 'on you couldhear nothing- but!I lcolbr, music and rhythm! fr the, ..rlsebwd aeaittisw << a
j Bc--ton 000 100 020-3 9 0,.shouting., But such is the- I
1 Sacrifice: Voiselle. nay convention. For the first time men eMIt cdrryt.ter. '"
:_; % ; % -- '- Double plays: Tucker and Robinson -4' Lemon, Bearden ((8)) and HeEan l f tional pastime. The best club I this annual pageant will start at ;tupp..t the bits as .. =9 .

Lemon. Boudreau and ; Voiselle. Spahn ((8) an.I Sal-!| won. Now. for. next. year,. I I I 4' pi: m. t alone a t.wakas. ......: .jI
; : Robinson Gordon Boudreau and, keld. Masi (8)). Winning pitcher hope. Prizes in"the amount J25.00O. methodically ...... r:
Robin':on, Elliott, Stanky and Lemon. Losing pitcher-Voi i I have been donated: to be (ivui Rnpr. IAIIIIC w.e r 1 I
Torgeson., Hegan and Gordon. i i s -lle. Home run-Gordon. [H.I.P. 'during the convention. Four Tt43 i I about i
[ .
"y Earned runs: Cleveland (AL) I[ !the mother of- that grea4 sports Ford automobiles.! aced a. $5J)00) t
'- 4, Boston (NL) 3.' ATTENDANCEMonday's fan.. Bobby Shultr; poised away modern kitchen equipped with a IS HISTORY
Left bases .Cleveland (AL)I. attendance: 40,103.- and the local ,
on : yesterday players I| refrigerator, electric, range, and
;_ (Ever, ......... ,
7, Boston. (NL) 7. Attendance for the six games: i and all of the friends of the jo- other facilities i including :a 'kl.-i I
Bases nn Vialls;:' off-- Lemon''' 4' ., !|I slat: softTspoken Bobby join him. vision sot.will be given away tree Itel -tJlnwtl. ......... .s
(Stanky i&ikid, Elliott), off '. in- his hour of sorrow -[ at the final national Championship New w..... t1M3Beet,
x Voiselle Doby<, Tucker)', .off RECEIPTS 1 I '1[I .drum and: bugle corps, contest ..... w.AlNrp Mfolar
Bearden '1 IStankv). Receipts Monday (net): $179''LOCAL. BASEBALL ;[ at the Orange Bowl on October tint stases ef Iw SS Sa
7 Struck out: by Voiselle 2 (Kelt-)! !JTT5.48. r Local baseball fans are anxious fi,[ 18; through the courtesy: of It-t1 rim o. aCeasrna. l"III T tI'
ner, Hegan). by Lemon 1 ( Receipts (net) for the six the J. J. Seagram Post 1283 of the .in N.'w Ye*. ,
to see the three ?iy l. clubs play I
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Cormick), by Spahn 4 ( LMC.I games: $1,633,685.56.SHARINC a series for the championship of American "Lepion. I .lata lMtI ..
Bearden, Kennedy, Doby) the city. Everyone the writer]I I II j A free award on Wednesday.. famed Coil J tote attser111q M cep
fi Pitching summary: Voiselle 7i I OF RECEIPTSCommissioner's has contacted are more than[October 20th, will consist of i of 65.
i : hits 3 runs in 7 innings; Spahn' share of Mon | anxious to see the .teams in action five-room ranch style house madeof : ItIJHtdDn&burr lobar
r 3 hits 1 run in .2; Lemon 8 hits,! day's receipts: $26.995.32.Clubs' for they are hungry all-steel procelain.enameled cSUlON -_. IIIM/M
-'Sor 3 runs in 7 113; Bearden 1 hit,I and leagues'hare ofMonday.s end fOCI[panels. It will be erected for the m RriWM ftittet
baseball this
good '
games the I IK.... U.....
receipts: $152,979.16.Commissioner's !" *" '.e ionnaire anywhere in
in 1 :;
0 23.
runs i!\ the time and place to give'it to
1915 RdstM c..R. P-..
share for the United States without cost, -
Voiselle any
Hit by pitcher: by j them! I II |
excculad o.r- ai
(Boudreau). i six games: $245.052.82. :I What a series this would make' me nouse is being donated by the nurse. ay .
xPlayers' share for four I I'I'II Post of the I*-ion.
Balk: Lemon. games: Srhenley spy.19M
I I if the teams could lineup something .
AwRra. .. .
., Winning pitcher: Lemon. $548,213.99. i I II like .this: Convention politics will center ..
Losing: pitcher: Voiselle. i Clubs' and 1 leagues' share for PIRATES I around the hot races for national Panama at raMMrt /'MMM Ae
AL ,1 the six games: $840,418.75.xPlayers commander and national chaplainfor thorltie. M later treUMt19atJ.
Umpires: Summers ( ) plate .
Baker, shortstop; .
I l..l Claris .Win
I Seven candidates .e es
share in first' 1948-49
Stewart (NL) first base Grieve only. Armando Acevedo second! I drive laatu* .. V J _.
(AL) second base. Barr (NL)I four games. base are, seeking election to the top
; t .
I Poet in the American Legion.
third base, Pinelli (NL) left field I
leftfield .
Sutton ; pettttwt eBpi. r J11..a..
There six entries in the
are contest
AL right field. Sam Baugh Washington Rt"dskins' I II
r ty ,s I. Paparella ( ) : i I I Sterling first base; for national chaplaincy.An an inpe.e4eis q.twd tttltlt IlM
Time of game: 2:17. j passing star, has been Joe Navarro. catcher; informal All-Florida Ct't-to- on ,.... ....... Martet.ed19t30.w

-- -- n Attendance: 40,103. | playing football for 20 seasons I Alonzo. rightfieTd; gether planned at th:_ Urmey. hLetlluM"a ......
four in high school, four in col- C. Valdez, ceiUerfifcld; make surpns aMarti ay atr Mli
: (A) Wirephoto Joe Gordon of the Cleveland I I Domenech, third base t'lorida' headquarters, immediately Rabaul. .. Uatara
12 National Foot- ;
lege and in the following the parade oi\\ Tuesday
i GAL TOACCSON. Bo.Um'. first baseman, looks like a contortionist: as he leaps on the Cleve- Indians this season became the [ ball League with the Redskins.The Joe Casa Jr. and Greenwood, evening. All Florida Lrgtun- i MM -U 1 ft.Aarlwti. aabaMy t4..laaat.

I.. *. 4.9..t la futile try for a foul,fly lifted by Cleveland's Bob Lemon in the sixth and last fourth ican League active to player hit over in the 200 Amer-horn I, track has been fast for 30 1 pitchers Ar3n ;0. sub; mires and Auxiliary members I .1944 -. RemunjrI .......ntettttWe ell 1...

t-'ft Botson yesterday. The"ball is at Fans flower are invited. ..,.... ..... -
faw af the' World Srtos at upper right. right) ers. Joe DiMaggio, Rudy York! runnings of Hialeah's two big C. Albury, pitcher and utility ..National headquarters will beat ,
hash. fN it. Nobody. caught the ball:which i bouned into the stands. The umpire is Bill Stewart and Ted Williams are the others -I stakes-the Widener end: Fla- player. the Hotel McAllister. Legion u... JanefA w iTNrJo.
CLOWNS .... rrl..d .
mingo. I convention sessions will be held
Butler, shortstop; 1947--Besaekr p ...
tlCTOKIOlS 1 I INDIANS CARRY BEARDEN FROM FIELD AS NEW CHAMPS Thomas, third base; in.a converted The hangar sessions at Dinner will nr' ut Nw York.couatry a
Key. Auxiliary wide ... .
I --orv
I INDIANS CELEBRATE THEIR VICTORY = A. Mclntoch, leftfield; be held at the Bayfront Auditorium
first base
I Brown ;
The 40 and 8 conclave I
t t tr Richardson, centerfield; will be conducted at the *liai*, .
M t = 0 McIntoch, catcher; Beach Pier Auditorium. Tour Gnaw KLLS Tlul Goad

1 R M.e.T t f I F. Smith, second base; Vance C. Stirrup, adjutant Ar- STAR BRAND
P. Allen rightfield; ,
.thur Sawyer Post No. 21. aa.neunet's
I Alee and A. Dean pitchers: that than 100 Legionnaires AMD ICAN
more I
*t J. Ellis and J. C. Ellin COFFEETry
:+ : Culmer. subs. from Key West Puat and CUBAN
.t have registered to attend the annual A Posed Tadaf'r -

I j I Casado leftfield BOMBERS; I -convention.- .y -

Santana, second base; u.............................a&...
aT I J Villareal. third base; I
4 D. Roberts catcher;
I I. A' Acevedo. shortstop;
t Joe Mira, rightfield; FOR SALE I
i: f i A. Lastres. first base:: ; :

i Barber, centerfield;
1 Joe Casa. Sr.. G. DiaL B 0,1 2 2I
Meador and B. Sweeting, pitchers -
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.e r ,+ r't ., r 1.: Valdez, manager. I:f Whitej i

Dogbiscuit is included in the

special diet fed the famed: flamingos j NEWSPRINT 1 1l

it s + track. at the ''Hialeah race'

Army tackles: Bert Atop and
Frank Barnes are from Ken-!l 500 SheetsArtman !

t t w tucky. Aton resides in Louis!' 25
ville and Barnes in Rbpkins-; I/ '
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j STARTING PITCHER BOB LEMON (left). Relief Pitcher Gen 1
EXULTANT: INDIANS of Cleveland the new world's champions in baseball carry Relief Pitcher COFFEE Press \
Bearden (center) and Catcher Jim Hegan cf the Cleveland Indians :
C.* hoards from the field at end of their 4 to 3 victory over the Boston Braves in .the MILL
a (right) celebrate in the dressing room at Boston after win- /
.btIa .*. fiaal game of the World Series at Boston Monday. Bearden replaced Bobby Lemon on ning the World Series by: defeating the Boston Braves 4 to 3 in *t \ CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 j iTTYTY..TT..TTYYYYYY.YYY.TTT

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i To Be Tonight ,'d!
Ii England'sHealth]
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I Kiwanis Club will meet tonight -

at South Beach Bank
Restaurantat i
By Wade Miller
t .. .....-- a 6.45 p. m. The meeing will be A

If to discuss the recent election of FOLKESTONE Eng. (a')) '
Chapter I .
| William V. Albury as presidentof Health Minister Aneurin Bevan
\VALTtH JAMES cued himself the club. The Rev.
t- George says the British people must use
alai. et and tried to McNeill!
teftg,4 Ray pastor of First
He cwiMat' tw calm attun the national health service"sparingly"
** be tins,, ... f.U hu bands I II Baptist Church recently resig'1.1
Ale Uufha. p akag the crease ed as president cf the to keep from killing
.. his trvuMn a JttU higher He i iThe it He said the medical insurance'
foil M* ft***** at his atomach program;::: started last summer, Y
.6otlen&At. and ttnUitUxuof baa WeatherFORECAST I will "biralc down because: cf the
iathb-tr.aat.d e.aL I! demands: made on it" unless
'TM IftUaie from the feur-pWe b i Till TOMORROW
tale ...fcwl tt..runway wa aetf. I I people! use it "intelligently
'''.-4117 sparingly and prudently. |
wfftt** wtth .heavy drtsmube t. I ''I I I Iu Kev West and Vicinity Pertly "There was a great demand at I
*after Jam*.eouM feel l the rhyth- f II cloudy today thru Wednesday the beginning; but I believe it :
ae4e .... .. bis stomach.: uwiUbreeRaayenwate. I : .' Not much chance in temperature will case down and the whole ,
v""Ubnckaww- \ I FOR THE BIG NEW!!
Gentle to moderate
will find
11t cast ant thing its proper level
........ He brought peering bu up bead the i ; southeast winds. he. told a dinner conference of.

:', a.f-=. lo catch another I Florida: Showers in north an British hospital representatives. \
....... .. MM man he had come I 4 i It central portions this 'aftemooiand
j to M.. The hnu.e tight had been widely scattered local '"how. HORROR COUNTY
f .ul for two mfetute now. settingthe III'( I' i : / I ers in south portion fair in port I
I mood far the Grand Theaters portion Wednesday and partl'cloudy fol NL; OF PTA
cur attracted
Ye, ther .h. w.<-. xcond seat with widely scattered MEETS TOMORROW I
...... taw atri* t- the tact row. A I !showers south and centrsl por
t i (tow e4 ew&wraawd r..d from the 'I I /' tions. Slightly cooler -n north The Executive Committee of J
beak li lS Mi barely outlined u / IiI 1I portion tonightJacksonville Monroe County Council I w
eM ...'. lead. agates the back thru the Florida Teacher Association has been'
..H.TM. I Straits and East Gulf of Mexico called to meet tomorrow at 3.30 I
tin rete. over the public Gentle to moderate winds her p. m. in the Harris school library,
ed4r. .teoi broke the spell of :
the ttimiiljMl y "Aitd now-what Wednesday north and northwest! by Mrs. Robert Dopp president.ji .
I very man m ftaa Diego has beendreemMf 1| in north portion and variable I a
I el-iKe Grand Theater' r mostly southeasterly: in south I I RAINFALL IN FLORIDA
e- U /sews tttrned hU' headfcMfc Cot:nu-d From Page One)
!. lass th* Ufe The cur- central portions this afierro}rand I North Drcanagc District showed
tat (HArd" up. He& automatically in central portions Wedic 35 inches. It demonstrates the
tftMt the etetterinc handclap day otherwise generally far; .: commonly accepted theory that
I llut reeled th* woman landing I weather thru Wednesday one gage in a district is by no
In the laaOnht flew The fat man Jacksonville to ApaalchicnKi:' means an accurate measure of the

i!I ..*.t MM t. Mm sound WM cleared whiitlwc his ahrilly.As head. I .... r Shasta Lynn went into her dance number : I II No small been craft issued.llcl'o.f or.storm wcrnnchae I amount of water falling on the .

I .tr.... Jamaa stintit .sat.....up_.tra1Ibter.\This was\stage. The throbbing band increased bowed from center stage. The area Other cxceotionilly low figures ..,
..ester Ha turned his. full altengfcarta -I its pace and blue foot- men-college youths elderly) have, been re-:nrde-J for Ft. MeaJe
I 1M M ... lights joined the red ones. caressing salesmen sailors-punctuated by In 1553':: an observer for the Sur-
wama&.u her weaving body with purple an occasional untidy woman, be-
not overly overtones gan to seep op the aisle i As thecurtain Key West, Ha, Dct. 12. 10WOie : : g on General's office measured
gayety he deaeJed. but her DOM Walter James leaned forwardin came down to rest for the >ervali<)'i takm at City Omit .only 18 inches of rainfall The c.
wee tau and straight and the his seat wondering just what final time, the four-piece band 8:30 A.M- EST maximum annual rainfall at Ft.
ptanea of. her far were not irregtUer !was strange about the dance. :swung into a march overridden Temperature :Meade was reported: by the
MB of sale was appar- '
body curved and flam- Shasta Lynn waa fascinating but by the tin voice seductively announcing Highest yesterday ___ WJ: J Weather Cooperative Station 332DWALSTREET
her show times for Sunday. 1
,not attractive; suggestive .. there at 91 inches in 19'}().
u a1. it thrust arrest movements seemed calculated to Walter James joined the mpb in Lowest last night V
!I .... the flee of scarlet I arouse not lust but some other more the aisle pushing toward the man Mean -- --- --- _. .M I In emphasizing the importance
ware, blond hair 'bizarre and stealthy surging. Despite in the last row. the man he bad Normal __ ._ _. n'"" __ 8f.of rainfall figures in the task ofcontrolling of the Sale Conclude '
'In Greatest Ever t
was ahouMer length Preparation Jewelry <
I the bloom of her come to'San Diego to see. PrecipitationTotal : floods, Colonel Matthews -
As the adsatraUon of the auditor body it Intimated an odd deca As he pressed his slender frame I declared. "It is -
last 24 hours .00 ins ob-I
jubjsltit t4 down to a from rustle the a nucroyheeis top olin -' dence.he thought.What's He wrong looked with around her at! almost massed viciously bodies: a through low scream the Total this month -. 557 in;. vious that an average t>f the year- I ,'n' Key West, Will Make One of -the Most Startling 'Money:

pfoactniym: to shadow ber other members of the audience leaped from, the last row. The Excess this month 3.28 ins ly rainfalls at any gage will give I
tar*. &*. MM "All of Me-, in a near him their dimlit faces crowd stopped moving. Walter Total this year. 4533 ins a false idea of the conditions in Saving Announcements This Newspaper Has Ever
roavtnea. voice. in tones that be and that I locality when the annual
seemed to registering the normal James pushed out of the able Excess this year Hob ins.
wet* softer tbaa. Walter James reactions. I'm getting old he scrambled over the three rows -of Hclati Hu mdit rainfall varies from 13fi.2 inch Been Privileged To Publish!
bad eroeeted. She stood very still thought; maybe thirty-eight is too seats that separated him from his ..". '.M fat to 32 inches in a three year period
M she sac. ber bands moving old to appreciate this sort of target. ,
..He...My and abchtly acainsietUkcr thine Then while Shasta Lynn A girl leaned against the back 70'nBarometer "'f Instead of an arithmetical mean.
1 tHA She stood very still.knowtftf posed' taking the acclaim of the wall of the theater, awkwardly we need to know how often we :"feslllewi! so vital to every thrifty BUYER OF JEWELRY ttet
that every eye was on audience, he dismissed the whole half in, half out of her seaL Her <*_. i....el) 9::tO A.M. can expect ta have cch 11..IT'ini- '
ber dttpbratni. aa she breathed thing< as the result of too much arms were bent double at the elbows I 30.03 mi.-10169 ml ... mum and maximum annual rainfalls the size-. and scopo of the Declaration will J leave every reader
Mt MM words. Imagination. she pressed clenched fists ."
After tb* last son "All-orate I The curtain dropped. against as her shoulders. Her mouth Sunrise Ioniurrow__ Almanac. C:21 am. lIe ronclu-ies.: "Granted that we Breathless-Excited-Glad! that a man with the PUBLICS INTERET -

I MM band at her feet began to was still open from her scream; Sunset . 6:02 have our climatic troubles; and: : AT HEART DARED to do what. other Jewelers wo W
.,,... the drumbeats *f ain. The IT ROSE again as the houselights her eyes held astonishment rather p.m.
moved into the than terror they looked downon Moonrise __ ;3.35; plenty of them but even in out
snirropbnn up went on. as p.m.I Paul J. Sher "I will not take
,loom Tb red draperies behind The clatter of seats and the sub- the man next to her. Moonset _. ... ..2:10 i.mTIDLS driest years we don't have to go never' attempt says: anything
her crept ......U" apart. Now the dued thunder of feet on the The man's head was bent for- ----"-- J 273 mils" to get a teacupful of water (from my old store when I move. Key West has been good to
., k waman was sunuunded by f unere- wooden floor as the audience pre- ward as if he were straining to the way they do in California -
J ,Mark, against mtKb her blonde pared to leave! drowned out the see his lap. But he was not look- ." me. I'm going to repay all my.friends with the greatest jeweler
Nit and white skin were incandescent final chorus There were a few ing at anything. A short knife Tomorrow
Kb began u> move graeetuUjr scattered handclaps as Shasta hilt protruded from his chest (Naval Base savings in my lifetime career of Jewelry merchandising. I dash
and rnjrthmtrslty about the Lynn and a lanky comedian IT* be ,.satiated I.anern! Standard Time.Jqh Pin dresses to the washlme by
Low seams waistbands unless they care what kind of a licking I'take! I don't care what lost 111

6:49: am. 12:17 a.m. are dried on hangers. .show.! I'm interested in closing out-yes. selling out EVERYTHING .

Seven Men Recently ReportedFor I Read Dog 7:45 p.m. '1:23 p.m. i -regardless of loss! FRIENDS MEAN MORE, TO ME


.. l Duty. Al Boca Chica Field !I If Hot DogsPORTO StationTide Reference Station Tim:of Key|!high Height West water of i 4 SPECIALHAMBURGERS 15c I YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MiSS

f. Pere" ..... ... two other rn-q I ALEGRE Brazil. -

aha Honda I .

cyst reesMy. reported for Conduct Medals, American Defense -Alexander Lau, a carperte.'. (bridge) .___ -Oh 10m 0.0 ft THIS GREATEST OP ALL PUBLIC
duty wMi Aaft-SMfaMrme De\el-t was arrested here under chargeof >Jo Name Key

gm*.enn ONE. (VX-1)) at Service Medal. American i selling "hot dogs" with real \east end) _+2n 2Um
Area Sampaign Medal Asiatic- ; Boca Chica FOR 35cBe
ut>A ... l.M. : dog meat.
I IJ" Pacific Area Campaign Medal' Sandy Point-Oh 40m
Ae.w Y. Hsees. sbt.f aviation
Lau told "I
police used to kill
'aides Channel
.eaa: ::-Caer.s. (ADO.. awn of with one star and World War II'' 'REMOVAL SALE'Paut -
dogs to meet the shortage: of meat (north end) +2h 10m 4.1.4 fl.
.... e A. Mie es .r 4. r>4 MMOimH. -, Victory Medal "
and feed family. He oOo
my explained -
Ia. T.aae. rcporteiMMWI Mrs. Dean and: 27-month-oli:
tetne Mw Air Station. AmD Dtina Lynn are residing in Chi- that he got the idea JOTE Sure To Bring the Coupon
..... C cago at the present time. when he saw a man on the street (-)-Minus s'gftCorrections: Which Is Worth 25c
M*. !.... to Hw r of advertising "hot dogs." He to be subtracted to.Island City
Mr H f W>.d.m.*. *C Victoria. C.(H Clemmer Jr. chief aviation thought it would be a good (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to I Soda Shop
business and started it with real be added
machinist's mate son of Mr. J. Sher QUITS THIS LOCATION SOON-but not before CVDIYTMING
.. aHseied Centertt doe meaL h -.Hour.
an11trs. C. E. Clenvner. Box 257, >
The police released Lau i IS SOLD OUT to the BARE WALLS. This man bat the PubHrt itrw4 *l
q tow ...... s.t-oI aM Allen Dallas N C. reported from Nor- : ft,i--h vet
MMIINy Aadensy at Bryan. folk. Va. '! there is no law in Brazil to pun- (mMinuWE'LL *- I Heart-hn message should be welcomed by everyone out ta save* DiAMQMM.

T.... H. wtot HI the Navy He was graduated from Tryon ish such cases. ISLAND CITY WATCHES. JEWELRY. SILVER. GLASSWARE or CHINA GIfTSI IT* a

......... ItIT H. UM .*-rv d ove- IhCh School Bessemer City. N. C. [BE CKAWLIiNG! SWEEPING STATEMENT that will snake' every man and wma U Kr Wes
eensa flirty M JubnMonlti bclare enlisting. in the Navy in vine reported from Naval Air SODA SHOPi GLAD of the Tremendous OPPORTUNITY that awaits them at r.<*t J. 1e.
..... tlw#. Kwalkr.n. AuM.S. January 19HXChiet Station Jacksonville I Jewelers! It's a spectacular: store-wide REMOVAL SALE sure t* at set a BUTING
aald Meng ..**... VicM4 Clemmer has served He attended Pennmgton: Va. :; i -- WAVE" never before seen ia Key West This is the FIRST TIME HM

5s1' ... tmf World War board a light cruiser, the U. S. S.Viftrflmf'S. the High School March before 1943.enlisting in ,, GREAT STORE. HIGH IN PUBLIC ESTEEM baa THROWN WIDC ITS DOORS
l a.d WIPSd Wsr IL -l-leet Your Friends Here-
and has been stationed.t He served aboard the aircraft for such a GREAT SALE.: WAIT 24 HOURS for the BIG BOMB-BNCLf. NEWB
t I3rjnuda, Trinidad and Puerto t BURST-IT WILL :BE WORTH ITI!
carrier USS 'petrof Bay from to
13M1e Atssl Con. tt avi Reccfv
j -, '. tnrds, ,,. f Mrs. December, 1945 to June. 1946 anr1
"' At thpresent time Mrs. Clem- -
j e; It Mel. tebainwt. mer and the 3-year-old twin boys, was stationed on Guam with
...,. ..,..... barns Nor- D..yn* and Wayne arc visiting Transport Squadron 11 and Car:
WIIo. Y. i ,rier Aircraft Service Unit 47 from
with Mrs Clcnuner's parents at :
Hetsst..... CYwsrrl, New JrrM Atlantic. Mass i(.,i June 1945 to July 1347 9 --

sut. ..... gaiw.d l.htre enlahngM -- "
... J ... (M.: h. envvd uiu)4dtw. tructural ticchimc (AMO>, son fs mate second" 1 class (AD2)), son |
....jI r.1'wt-, tie' U. S. s. '.( Mr.J. R. Hunt of 400 N. George of Mr prank Horan of 2703 South I II NOW FAVORITE/

\ .... .. U. s. S. set: Gokdt.born. N. C. reported 85th Street, Philadelphia, reported ,
t ...., at14 het -- %\\front Naval Air Development Sta- from the Assembly 1 Repair 2 ''' HOUSE PAINT BRINKS YOU
<<-.r Assaah is.'vier tion. Jnhnsville Pa. Department, Naval Air Station '. .i

1fL art ih aJq i vtr", ltgtia t I lie was gnduat'd: from Go]:is- :: U: >rfilk Va. I J JI a.'A
l firs M sad 1. sad lltsat Squad.L. ; b rc I High School before enlisting lie enlisted in the N" w in August 1)esiglliJlfI : 1
NNutmt in the Navy in November 1939. 1914!) cnl 1 has served 11 t
.i.4 It ......... of He months of overseas duty.
hat served more than four I
I kse __n_ ___ __ ___ Sttgrwing OF BEAUTY!
: best awsed. ears of overseas duly while 'attach J YEAR
l .. C.dus1 tied-: :-' t> Patrol Squadron 33 and
....... Stevicr,, Nhc l U S. S. ,
Sandpiper in the Canal f

tiJ.. ee/ie\IoN..uea tae nlpaignl Itsne..:Tun. Patrol Puerto Squadqn Rico: and 31 Pii 3t'aa Go theFASTEST WAY rd r r ,/r ..j FOR i 1111 BIG SMASHING AD

1 W-"i WK nAI I -i S"-..:-r Unit 103 at Dunkes
,,well. Dtvon. Englan 'L NEW YORKWASHINGTON : f
.. AetesM once W.... Cox H. :i..., been awarded two Navy ;'A 4n n. SNIIte1M WIWAMe THAT TELLS THE WHOLE BIGSTORY
.... ter Mate. etnNeww are at RuatecL God Conduct Medals American Our Specialty is UN- 1
.-. V* :DeltasService Medal American USUAL PRINTING cf; SWP\ HOUSE.PAINT

Area Campaign Medal, European- NEW ORLEANS Invitations All Types:. .Wedding. : NOW aims Tai ivu of this GREAT 1
ttflNI_ a $wlh.hl.f avntwnWb African Middle Eastern Area Social Whites are whiter...colors EVENT. ..ia.*. mm ., Mrs Campaign Medal and World War Cards All Types beautiful! Honest film
; ..... Der .. M. Twvifthve- II Victory Medal 31 Cities in 12 States of Printing and Engraving more thickness with smoother,

I IIrMs W V." r 'eettsdfe..n M.. Hunt ani 16-month-old CALL 1084 4 at MODEST .,. glossier surface SW P keeps
Nu,..Id. Va''I J'1; COST look
are rear tins! at Glen"i ie. Pi, its "freshly painted"
$5 w .aM\(t'd kern Hnonr at the present time but wil: join or one rear longer
.$. ..... Yt NNB aM ..eistedM Chief Hunt in Key West m the gee than before 1 II
in M.c;$ II4& !1
near future.
!? S' M"I vv ler.alhs of I THE ARTMAN PRESS i I Thompson Enterprises Inc.

.. ... .. lkawaita t .. M. E. Mxr&ee. Jr, aviation elecmelMif Hardware Division
.... 8C- ...... 3h.sic I mate second class (AE2)), PIIOISE 51 I Phone 886
J ..$........ ltls.... ....., Dntwj I,font ef Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Marsee In the CITIZEN ,

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REPORT xsi:schemaLocation 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitss2Report.xsd' xmlns:xsi 'http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance' xmlns 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss'
DISSEMINATION IEID 'E4KIRMP1L_MTQEHT' PACKAGE 'UF00048666_00221' INGEST_TIME '2018-05-22T15:17:48-04:00'
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2018-05-31T11:24:32-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 314797; E4KIRMP1L_MTQEHT' AGENT 'UF73'
finished' '2018-05-31T11:25:05-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '20078' DFID 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile0' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-filesUF00048666_00221.xml'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 45b5641f91af29a97ed36eac39a9d837
'SHA-1' 5541a2809ebefa41d5991d5134b575f6b1bd833f
EVENT '2018-05-22T15:17:33-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
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xml resolution
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'1234776' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile10' 'sip-files00073.jp2'
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'881379' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile11' 'sip-files00074.jp2'
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'842899' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile12' 'sip-files00075.jp2'
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'1220978' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile13' 'sip-files00076.jp2'
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'1233768' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile14' 'sip-files00077.jp2'
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'1242956' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile15' 'sip-files00078.jp2'
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'1195024' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile16' 'sip-files00079.jp2'
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'19131' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile17' 'sip-files00072.txt'
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'19304' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile18' 'sip-files00073.txt'
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'15195' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile19' 'sip-files00074.txt'
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'278366' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile2' 'sip-files00073.jpg'
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'15016' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile20' 'sip-files00075.txt'
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'13721' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile21' 'sip-files00076.txt'
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'44844' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile22' 'sip-files00077.txt'
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'16792' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile23' 'sip-files00078.txt'
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'17316' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile24' 'sip-files00079.txt'
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'8992' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile25' 'sip-files00072thm.jpg'
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'8962' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile26' 'sip-files00073thm.jpg'
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'11882' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile27' 'sip-files00074thm.jpg'
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'11953' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile28' 'sip-files00075thm.jpg'
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'10475' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile29' 'sip-files00076thm.jpg'
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'281891' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile3' 'sip-files00074.jpg'
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'8717' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile30' 'sip-files00077thm.jpg'
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'9222' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile31' 'sip-files00078thm.jpg'
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'10082' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile32' 'sip-files00079thm.jpg'
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'14612' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile33' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00221.mets'
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xml resolution
'275354' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile4' 'sip-files00075.jpg'
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'319527' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile5' 'sip-files00076.jpg'
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'331142' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile6' 'sip-files00077.jpg'
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'277536' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile7' 'sip-files00078.jpg'
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'291973' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile8' 'sip-files00079.jpg'
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'1229152' 'info:fdaE4KIRMP1L_MTQEHTfile9' 'sip-files00072.jp2'
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