The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 13, 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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.... .1 sharply by Chief Dele up' jfhowed it> newest and largest o s ralqnal het- her to the public 'Gen.- George C. Kfnnffand I.t in the'St,.Paul's Episcopal church, The jury under tfuclia! .f ?..* J.*li*. tip Nadia, a....
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Veterans Administration interest j; 941r rangements. tnodseet0..tee .4 ....L .. Ie1M1..e
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ttwliNlg tlsM wants peace.tfcal oft the public 'debt and Pallbearers will be Dr. Armando .
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He ... ... pans .mrtil other things.: Then, turning Cube, J. E. Jones Fred Miller,
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MAP4s.'sera ............. .. raid slowly. And 'a''' part of ,- Says It Would Take I and Vincent Crem'ita.Jilfa'l ?' (........ lla.-

/' .4.4e Me Irlrgatw talk. of the money is being used in $6 Million From C tai i .rot ihs ... 11184. ...
p a... h heIncteawng $11 billion t
paying on
Iw .......IrethiMriaAaa that Russia borrowed .from ,. ;rS t- DiulghlcrDicd 3M S.., ..... er.
Schools Mud Other
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,.., wi M... ....W Ie try ''u she yet ( Today j .../1 .. ... n .ai t;. r .

eats sleek .II..,., alai .j lehbrr- ', ', : e r, ,. .rla. titters e .... h.J..,. .., ....... .'
..... wvssg M work 1K MdtA.N JACKSONVILLE Oct 13.- Sharon Ann Arcisiowski; infant u Oriwve. t .....
Phis It........ of Mr. .. .beet .
w satrcere Fuller Warren Democratic nominee ; daughter !and Mrs. Thomas : .It, t. n.
...... M. fft gar peace and di.- Newton KI Morll]CS Arciszows\i. diedthis,morning"in I r.... last '..n retn .ee rise
for of Florida,. today .
e 4 she In.L governor the Memorial .,,.. .
v.eISe wAy .e kp r Galey Hospital. but t's' ii Uri stela
*t tt.s ..... t'wtsin ..wi also ty>ok a strong stand againstthe Besides the parents, she i i. survived f v.' Irr t i.-MM ta !.... .* j
i'lN- lest ........... ro kreptt Dies) In Miami proposed constitutional by her maternal grandparents -} Tilt hbir1 ass ..... 1.. b..'

...II Wsrir h1l11 CIMI ,IIU:* ; amendment commonly: referred to I Mr. and Mrs. John Ogion of : .lilY tiSCM ISIS ... .. ...-
\ ...... .... .. 6-1 3rF West and ., ... ..... l.trill
lf i Clwlitrvinjf dlugtdf.t Charles Newton Knowlss. as the "gas tax amendment.: .Mr.Warren's .! Key paternal grandparents : '1 h$r"Wolf kt ..
hikes I. tauj di*> formerly Key West died Sunday -? follows Mr. and Mrs. T. Arciszow-. I\.. .... T%.' scan.53"
-.a s. ..jjr atlmr nalion ia the in his home in Mi.aroi.{ fix complete statement --] ski of Trenton Ohio S ..... .... ..... ..... u.. .--.
.maiM ta the )acne uf prumotinfCnnwiMMiiMTi. lie was. a member vqf.; Daie wry : ;I Funeral services and burial under .... bas -- fi1R.W.iSall ..
I. .N..rnt.m he Itsdfic. No. It. F. and A. M, .of "I feel it my duty t? the people -: the direction of Pritchard: ..... rail t! tilt
\'' ..4e t i.ele MI unrest,, ; urns.f KeY West ---- :.. oi Florida to poinUout spme : Funeral Home... will be announced t 1 .sr saw ... .... M .. .. a..
s ....P W di.eaee. M1 Rw.u.e.- lie .leaves.- the widow three later, __ 1 1i tats. trsw..p+
... ".'''' ... ...."' dawghtecu Acon.* a sister. Mrs. G. ms's t 1 1a ,of the_ dangers of .theproposed- i it.itht _.... .it I ...:
ee'.namM fit 1i rt telly' )" that C. Sunders' ofd Kr West.- and 'Wn .. ch: : 'I .
,. .... .sled. .... lmfliiunit's.I'll. three brothers one of whom Rupert \w13'takr # e thatf $8,000,000 a Private Camr -n .L leer.- THIS 4lRfcerfcar* *.. b... .. lr

.. S4 .iM u1 U>eMI gttre.laaM5 M "a resident of Key West. 3 year-a way Xrom schools. and: other I I IBehind j... .. Nss.reyai, i ........ (lr ,..-

.-. to4rd us 4enntinue any Funeral services were hell this _.- I f I essential departments of state:I An a !lesser. wye eaassir rf ".-"
hNI4..t d.4iiI. the Rw.a.n nWnins in Miami and burial l was, Itft Waephoto MOTHER SHOWS DA. Irty.' M*. *1JKMV .......... '
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........... in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. government it. VID WRICHT, X (left'' IX* .**. **W attic ..... mew 01
--- I JOHN' THOMAS. 7 (left), and his brother. Andrew. 12, corn ':roads and road bonds. This proi Iron Curtain magnet he swallowed at Ho*. """. The ti.IM ee..r ,

tort: Mrs, Nellie Thomas. 52. in Pittsburgh Saturday; .where she. j f i i posed amendment is number one pital in Atlanta a..Ut.a ,vr. 111. stle .Iaey ..... M per''strlss.
,Was with illegally relief funds: Their tea ,Iof[ the twelve (12)) -to be voted ,
charged: collecting
I Officers PRAGUE /P A geon in removing a nail IJkcUd tliMar. MN I ssfAaiw
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Knapp; lull pleas: "Don't send Mom to jalL" caused: the judge to reconsider j!upV>i> by the people of Florida in ohar-co, monopoly scheme to had swallowed earlUr. d n4 The wtaac mm** aM s--

a three-month sentence given the woman.Friday.') He !the' General Election November 2. push the sale of Moravska cigarettes cheerfully gulped down the 1 .ht t...n< yr>.mist taMi eat *>r.

I I ordered the case reinvestigatd. -' z j Measure"It might to Provide well be Bigger called Booty"A .. a medium price brand. magnet wish string aHachcd. .aainar .*.1 Asset ... r tie

Hrigliani Report For Duty -- for I Bondholders and Quicker resulted in at least a temporary and then helped the doctor tosy.edt i I | I 'I,
I Cash for Road Contractors or "A setback. It was announced that a pUll the magnet and nail Mt tree ...
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: Insure More Taxes. number of packages would be of his stomach. Mother is Mri.Sv 1 il
Stirs Way to
DAMAcE1O1.RE : ...a.i
STORM\ : distributed : Ave MfcaflBW tov
"This Amendment if containing a gold .U.
Al Woca Chica Air Base l adopted,proposed would turn the seventh strip. Any such package would Georgia.* Wright of a tow i: IM .f fUT9M M tli t*.

.entitle the buyer to a lightweight: T.-W1a.. 1M w. WIatt 1 -
CITY {cent of Florida's -cent gasoline Czech motorbike. -- .......... r ....... *l M* W f

|1.1. (jiiuilr.: KnappIlrtritriI | | REMOVED; .. 1 tax for roads over: and to the to pay counties off road to ani pays I In the first week one man Longshoremen .'.*. C' ..... ... ..-.

came up with a prize but the i i ''I. in. M 1Me..' 4' 4
Back; (
1'arramore bonds The
!\it1y Witig.,;, I bridge money now newspapers were filled with .** ........ tom .
TO CHARGE CITIZENS ;derived from the seventh cent of letters from irate Czcchosovaks Owners HoldConference I...... .... ........
In u. ... "l'> Hhllrrritnl Uri..lUi. I:, From Convention ;the gas tax amounting to more complaining that the cigarette: -- --- -
I t i than $6.000,000< a year goes to
Iii.. In $$911Tw. :I Or. Jsm rs R Parr'lm"I. ?cinp For Work Ou .rhatc 111i r ,schools ;and for other necessiryi dealers were carefully opening ( Stale Auditors
I I j j every package of the brand to
<.. ....! *4ftr. ..*. Lieutenant. '1 from Panama -City where they !1''oltt'.ly, City Will r '..$' ,./IT..Ar 1111. I| ulf this $5,000,000 should be search themselves for the gold .HI' T... ,-L...
t .rmmasdw' ( ....... Wenen attended the Florida State Public j I j taken away. it would have to be strips. SAN FRANCISCO.: f l, t II I Uehind !HChecking (

K....... ...i u.o..tMoant (junior Health Association's annual convention I Charge PropertyOwrrrro !Ieivey Gets :replaced. Florida schook sent: Thr first iiiU.w.. ,,,..r i lie settlement
c'. .... Melia Wtwte IJII ixhanr the l h-:t four days. ; I Florida Government couldn't operate 10 & 8 Locomotive of the six-week .lseslm.t (: Up
Also attending the conventionwas OfficialsSay without it. With th a,SS.OOO.-())
J. .e....-- s..t.ustcd to Anli- : 'JV(lllt,((, i and Mrs. George Allen
b.........inr t>g..f..>...! r rnt ixu| ..U4VX Warren.Mr. Warren u the public The City of Key West 'wilhr- I!barely enough to get by ont This red t .d.y when otticMli. nf tyeAmerican TAU.AHAMM( ft .r. Ii
: Pre .Ltw -.t CIO
Treuliricnt9; : le.t
..oft tMf-E -ll at flea Chica health officer in Monroe county.Dr. .j move storm damage to trees; in [missing. six million would have to I Chef dc Care: George W. Sikc, : leaders heM *confervHcv.While .9NNs- ..... atetitlW. w' .

t.wM tar wwty Mivwlvinf" flying. Parramore repot Is that!'the private property to citizens; at e.." %. .....,.. ........ b I.41* K I" the of Mix Fuller Wan-en who will be elected 'the expense of the citizens, city =Gover i additional taxes that would raise I !locomotive will leave the Legion discussed at the ttinJemm wee ............. .e lye .nruesi ." at..if .

1"...... Kn.MHI..... Mark ion Turnpike governor of the state at the ;officiaL announced today.; nor. I,$6,000,000 a year. Who would this I Home at noon on SaturdayM not nude publK- H .farol I i ew.*w relit ettff# 1M ..MW i.
November elections. promisM a "The hurricane of September! 21. :{additional $6,009.000()()( () () be taken Miami to participate in the 4') kI8 let .... A.-
le.n.lel New Yuck st'iry wlMtll" it
Mrs. publish a m
Knapp. !1313; caused a tremEn: lout amount dilate: for president: was giv- from? Whu knows? It be per .
might .. Msilise
'thus tan
..... Mosquito control would I parade on Sunday evening in ...... .. teats
t*>e MW Mi Edwina UanelU program was>; said that the c 1'" / .. .
of damage to trees anl: shrubberyin en the ValUce: treatment"today i you or you. or you. Very likely Miami Beach. The locomotive Istr ... l-. .
with his adminIs'ration. :
WIMn.s tal list emMer H. Martell vf l lit Mr 14ntatola and Mrs.& be' inaugurated. I' this city largely because in in southern IlliaJis.nssr ;all of us would Have to pay some I, v>Hi be taken up by Gard U ,:'the agreement striker The were pawer leaner aim eS.isi ail..t I. -- .......-.- .. .. ..... .
the' interval since the last serious part of that additional $5.000,000 wrM1 III t1e tees t
i aral when ta/I
W. w. i i4....( d fruiu I lletW Mount: Y-rrt"n. Porte Harry J. Melzger that the slnkf is mu nx mite *lM*)
hurricane trees have grown ?and '! a year our state government Commis Voyageur Francis B weso .1 ........ I
sere MMr.| Intilute. Air Technical Training Center. ping intereata MM Mw .rnAiiCoa _
New His train there for _
have. not kept tiimmed in or-ter ;topped! | vouH have to collect in taxes, | lr'. lit .. tit Wa
CM ..1.1'34 and Memphis. Tenn.. Piodeta.\ I ;t $1 null. ... Uy ; ;:,
*; 1ft : a
withstand the velocity of winds him tmoko end eyhs
to ; 9 speech a I'Foul: this proposed Amendment The locomotive has been: te- ore n.e lls ,., wea.t w'
true beri4.te (".Hege. The Knapp: are residing! at !
Angola, { .
in that ftorm."The the 'mn begin to draw awrsom5 '' Ibe adopted. built by Past Chef de Gare G J. sltsl. ltlfi tlaq ... --
316 Williams have (
Indsaesa. 1"37 Street They '
r hepteesher first endeavored to : "I 1L.till! DKKIM; .. ....
city | ran for governor on platform Sikcs ms sir d'MII. n 1, of the in th" crowd Pernick and repainted by
.He enl..M tk Nary in De- two boys Charles Warren. Jr., make the street passable: and i ; men ; against new or increased taxes for IVKU Flu HIIIKr: ; S.t\S ... ..- .. .... .... \..'
, ......... Itl3g and received' hut born March 3, 19-13. and Craig pelted it with 897 and Mrtgcr.Voituie ..
to clear up the -c .bri$ from: the ;present (functions of government. .. .IM. w* *jav awes !tall Jrrr "
,N.. .. writ. eusteinision William born April 29. 1947. Locale 725 will be ''I- Fiif Chff: !I. !l'S> Ti.:n-> I bo
.ergs II> The coach from whi bIH.W"y ... .. .
stone. rear Of this sib
In the meantime however : course assumed that pres- .. iU# IHI*> ees
] t the Ktionale day th.t th't t rfliMin st..n
I* iii .tc t4uatula in October LTJG Brigham is the son of ficially represented *- f" i b
ani probably due to the effect of ,' had pokn a few ; "nt sources of revenue would not Chef de .. .. ...
Pi-omenade '
l slat Mr. and Mrs: Rollin W. Brigham by n'n p > i aim MI I II
thestorm: there has been shown be liken by constitutional
It-' .... served/ )ToAl of ever- of 1018 Main Street Hingham minutes b,iorc. was spatteredwith away Gare Sikas and the rnresun-
much; more: than: the usual intcr-:: 1 Amendment or any act of thLegislature. e
.. duly i4>.an< the cruLsrr Mas Mrs.. Brigham; the formerMios cst ,in tree i>nd shrubbery and in : 091. ;; If the proposed constitutional dent Frank Komagur.-a Many POOR OlD CRAWM.HVKK
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fact in the; general clcannlincss. ofprtc : : :should be }: : : !liT tTNIFrsels \
ItqiMatMi 2 .t UuanUiMmoH the daughter of Mr$. Georgia the sessions: whir+! Window Screens
fiC property. .. : rotten: egg? because. I I j adopted it would open up a Pan- at Metrics ...... MN.e.
lh M.anu Beach
( etir. and with PatnJ Wimberley. Beach Blvd, Hallan- 'At smt'led them" s Bora's box of aril 1' Sunday at .. ...
: least half ol the dcunsJ : new heaviertaxes. : p. ns wee .
......... ftMMHtrUCIm .... 134 in dale Florida. J (Continued On -Pjg,; eight) President Truman n dui to If it 'is adopted your tax. Pier Auditorium.. SHUK{ U MIlrKTELEPHONE : l \lU f 1 f MeM& ..... "eCbaep
A Knp ha* beeno lIe was graduated from Hinz-: i : E1' S '
rake a major address tonight : bill will be bigger; much bigger;; r.1! .11 l tear '
( .aid sd An>*ric.a Drlm1'- ham High School in 1939, attend- ." ..--., in St. P,,uL .Minnesota. next ye...."
Mr M.- .M.. -/. American (Continued On Page Scven\ TheaterVincent Wallace Bid he will make i 4

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election in KeyWWest *
C.e... 0...*e tad A.. 8tr..t> [--IT MEANS WAR! BIRTHDAY
-- ..- Oat, 3isUy ) *wipapr. ,. Key W..t and 'candidate1" li 1n4l s e dJt?harming Daytime Summary .
i(.*f.. Oovity ing a helps I listed I ,-r l_1 KW- dtll. yaiw

:-- .dlor.4 al K., w.... florid. U IMo,4 class matter him in his chances forrelection. In the t are day Selected broadcast through programs the same Tim jt *time is eastern below M.n. I I: Millions of American citizens are anxious to know whether I t By (/P) N.wsf.alnrn I II" l1. I pppplUh w'-eMy

standard. For central standard sul. 1 I "the cold war" now going on between the Communist bloc and I ;:= wi>l 'e aTre ft.awttli
a candidate
JSKMBSUt i r TUB ASSOCIATED 1-RESS last primary, an attack f .
.b. A**.*t.t4 Pr*** U ...1. 1. 17 BUUd to made: tract ard two one hours.hour; for mountain stand l;[: the Democratic nations will gradually evolve into c shootingwar. ) I II MARION LAWTON HAHI ,i,111op 44. MIo
___..*r r*...4-tl.. .( all..w. dtcpateh. credited doomed the opponent \vfio the_ at- GROVE. JR.. bona Oct. IX 1S1X 1 1 1al
!" ere.Ue4 !. t.l.i piper and I I I' 1te4Y +As1rr tu+. 4i
-- fir.tM Ii3 tws ......11.. b.r*. tack. OCT. 11 THROUGH OCT. 15 I While there can be no definite answer, either yes or no.I at Mount Alive, N. C. er-w i' l 'iii I1. sent rANae

ecawKlrnof. ..T':' That ,attitude is not peculiar ,to Key Morsisa8:00Honeymoon a survey of the situation tends to give us an answer subject to \ of the best ar ,.t... r ,_.
III. .
4 J:.. lit:: West. It is the same throughout _!the coun- In N. T.-nbo qualifications. During World War IT. the Soviet Government w.E Private. "See H a-r- e I. ate .e 4
Breakfast Clubabo5:15Barnyard
I *** MOTMh 1.71 pushed out aggressively in its campaign to bring under the
.* Meal __ try, for the simple reason:'thaf ft hajrtan J nature FolIIe -cbo control of Moscow the of gtee. 'w ttte4t: M 11a
*.* ,15 :3G-Tb.. Cler !a dalre -nb* governments Europe. 6 watvmadl i W
is the .same';_ titith'rninor' variations Bob fool Show-mb* This program has achieved, considerable succ ss, being 1 1 1i and

M.ADCMTHIIQ.. Ka.wa.u: AppneaUo.w RATES here and thereq!!:;;; T:i n k' lemon Jh T-' Citizen 10:00-Fred Music For Waring You-Show-etas -abe implemented by pressure force and intrigue. It has suppressed.i t a netted mine Mm a =else! M.1. .

.. rKClAL NUTICH believes that it will not promote: the Sly Hour Story.of.Drama SerlJ_\.bo the liberties and freedoms.of the people in some of the nations I quarter .( a I .1, :.111 slri'sea ...dtteh / .
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All ra4tBT .* '**' car** .r thanks. resolution t-w.riu:1: the Tb. tUxHrey Hour -cbs I despite diplomatic dissent of the United States and other 4aJi mrD Mi. he was i paewl i erllla *eq. -
.p t.....t. .t>nKa>rr a*U--. p*..... s14, Wilt b. candidacy Sjhy ofthtf} | foj- Say n With Muiicmbs countries. 1 .11 .d Nest ve4ta. + -
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1theiropponents. Whether the Sovite is pt
.. Union
,*N.'.*.>_**)U rr>. 4.rl...4 are by i ckurcb cnt a tin from*. wbUb i t, I .'.'1""' ,*t 11: 5 T Serials >.: *rs.bsr *. t satisfied .with ,its, present gains tirely upon the day that Russian; I ) -' of all.
".. au... ad lavlt. dU- ... officials believe 1
la a. e***) fvrum After* or wants they can fight tradM an UM
a N a>.kll. aid asb3.ct. O( local or Yesterday v i fetojd'atioJifcDewey's: 17:00-Welume Tra.erabe\ to extend itsit control and win. The Democratic nations
= ---W ye e I
I.t.r..l. .. aol imbllkb anonjnntft* Halt-Hour-mb. throughout Europe is important. Morton Hargrove Ou.rWeNC" )
A "ripping" into Truman, andi Truman Kate Smith Apparently the Communist will have little to do with de- ,.
12:30-Words and Muslo-Dbc Government I News, ,ben called for the Aim/
"swinging' punches". and determined to Bill Stater at Lunch-mba is still engaged in the ciding when it whether will startFacing war occurs. or I in World War' IL s..r1M .oA' if11Y
1:00- Half Hour-nb
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work of attempting to advance! he has OEunpatgned t.> rod**** UArmy's .
take the hide off" the"Republ; ah oppo- 1:15-HtDpy Cane;-mua its hegemony by means short of I I I such a grave situation: drawing,
taste syntsat.
sition, while Wallace 'and'Thurmon wal- ZOG-Doublo Breakfast*in r Nothlni Hollywood-nba-aba .actual warfare. This brings us toj|the Democratic nation haveDIy I considerable entseU. .
HEMBER <3 1948 queen (or a Day-nabs I Ito I determine whether will
> loped both major candidates! i the decision of the Democratic they GfSI
I t
:30 for hrs.
-Serial m -nbai'rUJ subject themselvesto a Com .
and Groom-abo I nations, including: the United| Subscribe To The CILz' n.TTVwwltvwvvvwvwVTwwwwwtn i
Warren the Republican vice presidential I _
Tb Hop Chest'mb I States, to oppose the Communist I I munist-dominated world. In the
candidate, is conducting exemplary 3:00: -Ladle* B. Seated- I threat wherever it appears. I II I absence of any willingness to r
Red Benson Show-mbs I
surrender the free nations of the iTRONG ARM BKATO COFFEE
: The tactics of the United States
campaign. He has' been "so fair to ".30-Tb* House Party-cb* 'I I earth
... Bea Alexander Shaw-mbs I, do not include the methods of the I II I j must obviously arm themselves TRIUMPH
the Democrats that Republican leaders, 4:00-Hint Hunt Quiz--cbs I I Communist Government of Russia for defense against the '
Second' Honeymoon-abo (
in the have : but have scored possibility that! their weakness\ COFFEE
particularly East. complained 4:30-Winner Tak. AllcbsSHOTreasury they some
;SHE I I at in Greece ih will encourage Soviet, aggression. '! MILL rHUMACY
about the "softness" of his speeches. How- I Band-cb: success Trieste GARDNER'S
I This means that the best I
Kiddies Hour (west repeat 1 hr. Berlin and in Italy. Our economic ;
ever, they should bear in mind that a vast later)-abo and mba program of. assistance to I chance for peace is to be found at ..1.4 Dsviseos St .f'' V.....
L lion Hotels ted Apartment
I I in the creation of armed strength Ml Grocer 'boN 111 Pres. DeMSwr
majority of Americans fairminded.You Western Europe is plainly designed _
f. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. are: to build these regions that Soviet rulers will respect. AAAA aAA AA J.. AAAAAa ........... . ...
up I ..
I. Ab'porta-LaDd and Sea. may be sway thfem to your sideif to enable these nations to standup I I This force is being rapidly creat -- ,

; .t C CatMoHdation of County and you are fair to the other side, but just NETWORK PROGRAM, against Russian demands.In I ed in Europe, but it cannot come .:.!j.1'-_ _- -;:'-,:=- ___ -:. -". : .- .
ill dry Government Time i. eastern ,,, about without the assistance and
-, tand the Far East the United I'.
'; as as ypubegin ( line
I L Community Auditbi him. soon tp slngmtlll( ;rou : standard subtract one r.IIourl. for I I backing of the United States.
States is m agreement with the
mountun standard subtract
them up against rc<>>,u. TeY' 'gi eel that the Some local stations change two British suggestion that most of i The process will take time. Notice of Executor'sNOTICE s.It
easiest thing in a' speech is!'mud( linging. Last hour. minute of relay program to fit local changes uhedul.en. the unrest is to be attributed to Just as Russia is the backboneof .

Give them the. facts, -iinpasitnened. if you not be included. Communist: infiltration. Obviously -i the Communist enterprise,
in this' area, including China, I the United States stands as the
I MONOGRAPHAI1 ) are capable of doing so,,,.bur gicp"them$" the WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 j the United States is exerting itself bulwark of free nations. The IS HEREBY GIVEN hM. tote ...lei.

Fr ture Service> .:-' facts, without sly digs .Into the;other fellow Iv.,.i.3 i to build up opposition to I Ideological contrast between signed! as Executor of the Catat: ol ..... !..... *l*>
.. < and be ;sure if '::00-News Report 13: M In.-nbo j Communist tactics. Communismf Capitalism can
e lUtckcfeller Center you may even they Newscast Every Day-cbs I INetwork I be determined without war if ceased, will receive s altd bids for tIN Mle *4 IW.

N..w"ork.. don't vote for you,'they will not denounceyou. Kiddies Hour Silent(repeat Hour-)-abc-east abc-west\\ 'I;! In the the situation warld, the that real now ques-confronts Russia and the United States are one-story house and lot located at tike ..... e4

: :Network Silent U hr.)-mbs-east '' bith willing to let their .
: Irutkmen: Kiddie Hour (repeal)-mO a-"t tion is whether the Russians are! economic Southard and Elizabeth Strut. Key Wed Flaetia.

I ...: Your extraordinarily service enab- At the beginning .of the campaign, 8:15 Guest-Sports Talk: Ma Time sic -Time cb*-aba j i>| determined to apply greater I win_ or lose by merit and known as a part of Lot Two (It) i Itt S|aa.. Sbvef

Mine The Citizen to print photos of special Dewey was mild in liti' speeches} but he i:4 -Newscast by Tbree-nbo I force goals in if necessary the face of ti stronger obtain their: Diplomatic notes will not ((60)). up to and including 12 P.M. (c....) eta OeNMt

.. events that took place the previous also has fallen into the mudhole, ,with such 7:00 Lowell-Supper Thomas Club-(nbc-baste repeat\ ID-cbs: 1)i I i position. It does not matter much op-i start a war and propaganda will 21st. AJX 1948. Said property wtH .be eeed Let tleeil

it Series charges against Truman as "miserable The &lulala'Sklt-iba: (I whether the greater force is ap- not frighten brave people. It is to the bidder and the wM meet.
:. 'day. al (in the case of the World :Sews and Commentary-abe (! only the actual use of force of highest pufdtaeer
"incompetent" and "blundering.! Few Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs i plied in the Balkins, at Berlin or national Executors Deed of Con.. .... TW IIR.u"'a
readers an
.' Est' part U appreciated by the 7:15-News and Comment-nbo I I anywhere else. The line of conflict arms to accomplish purposes '
f voters fall for that kind of stuff. Jack Smith Show-cbs | that will bring to the world ed the right to refract .. ail
an well aa the publi ber.j Daily Commentary '[ has been drawn so far as another conflict The reserves: accept er er
Dinner Date-mbs I methods short or war are concerned tragic bids. The house will 1 be foe taepedftsM iW.ii 4
TilE ORACLE. open
United States,, we has
7:3O-Smoothies Trio-nbo are sure
i Unselfish service is about*the best Bob Crosby Club-cbs i' in and actual battle could no such intention but only the to 6 PJ-U October 9. 14. and 16. F.r ...., ......
begin where
Lone Ranger Drama-abo any area the con-
contribution that make this News Comment-mbs Russian Government knows oration the undersigned.
I man can to flicting forces oppose each other.1 see
what the Communist Govern-
7:4-News Comment-nbo
.:- BRITISH SKEPTICAL OF RUSSIA day and generation. .., News Broadcast-cbs: There is no way, at the I ment will do. Dated at Key VtL Florida title OO.fcu hh .....
,'- Sports Comment-nibs
present time to determine whether JERRY J. TREVOR.
:0-"Blon41. & Dagwood-nbo

I The British reaction to the Soviet No nation in the.:'history-of:the world Mr.The Chameleon.Amateur Hour Drama-cbs-abo 1 ready the to Soviet risk the Government use of force is I'I I Iactual Homer's narration"Iliad"of is probably events -hat an As Executor .! the Estate *l Of... L..we e....... 1
Can You Tup Thlrobs ;
peace offensive" l b homewhat skeptical.. has ever approached the generosity of the 1:30-Great Gildersleeve-nboOr ,| against the United States Great occurred about 1200 B.C. I .. -'. -"' '_- ,- -_ _
f- United States Christian Drama-cbs I Britain or other countries which!I ... ,
exhibited in I -- -- -- -
that it treatment -
."OM_" official U quoted as suggesting vth High Adventure. Dram*-mbs j have the backing of these Democratic -
'U" time for the Russians to do something I If' of friends and foe among ti ebaw : f's.' 8.55-Billy Rose Talk-mbs I nations. It may be that
OJ-The Duffy Tavern-nbo i I I
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f %u* .3deti'talk. 4 "-T I, Your Song.and lime-cb* I the Kremlin regime, somewhat ,
.Milten Bert Comedy-abe
I '- .- Tot British realize that the Soviet Un-"I' GREAT BRITAIN FACES ..ARr Gabriel tleattcr. C..mmen'-mb. i! satisfied with past success, will II ,
:1i-News Broadcast-mbs not press the issue to an open
... ...IN.m.r gain something in the field of >:30-District Attorney Drama-nb. t I i conflict if convinced that the! Outside Chores Make'the

iii.. propaganda by repeatedly proclaiming a The situation in Great BntfTiiTcan be James iniucho Melton Mars Concert Qui*-abeHollywood -Cb: I!1 other nations are ready, if necessary -

desire for dwarmament. atomic control and understood by the recent statement of Dr. S.5S-News for btory& Minutes-mbs-mbs I I! to fight. i I
If Soviet Russia is ready to
= a vague suggestion that negotiations be Cyril R. Garbett, Archbishop of York who 1'JOO-Th.; Hie Story Drama-nboTSnw's : I
\ A-Wastiu'-cbs ,I risk a war in order to bring the '
; = r..umed about Berlin. The British are un- admitted that his country had had a great king Ovinionair Crosby Korum Show--abe mbs !i world under Communist control, I Inner Man

o :. ,BHuif. to accept! the feelers unless Russia shock, realizing for the first time, that 10.30-Curtain Time Drama-nbo there is no way but surrender by I Thirsty'
Capitol Cloakroom-cbs: which the Western democraciescan
t t 5 = .s...s concrete? evidence by conciliatory there is a possibility of war. Mervdilhillaon Dane Orchestra-Show mbs -abo I avoid a conflict When such *s fc,

I j :.: ..llel4dn. Nevertheless, the church-man advo- 11OO-News. Variety. 2: hracbaNews a war will begin depends en- I .
& Dancing HnurabcSews.
; ;. :- Nevertheless the British point to the cated a policy of absolute firmness in Ber- Dance lUnd Z hrs.-mbs -

= 114.cfsl.i4y of convincing their own people lin and declared that to leave Berlin 11:15t j &; Variety Cuntinued-abc-sat to 1nbc12:00DauIn i I ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand : ;

= that agreement" U not possible. The same "would not only be morally evil but a /
: ...........Uun applies| to the United States.Ie..atlditkin gigantic political blunder." St. John's Church in Perth 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 \ \
= the These Scotland was founded before
? Democratic nations remarks were made in the
the 10th century. i
:. a t.nmld. rMt fail to make every effort to British House of Lords where elder states- 1 1I Place Your Order for ,

.. up the inaincereity! of Russian pro- men of all political 1 parties including the I PERSONALIZED ;
Your Grocer SELLS That Good 4 ;
b.The Labor Government, unanimously agreed Christmas Cards L

failure of the Russians to make that Britain's only hope of preventing; war STAR BRAND 1 I NEW DESIGNS -r {

:;. ttwtr+ dd match their words is'one of is to strengthen their defensive' alliances AMERICAN lAJrrJLJCj- j LARGE SELECTIONYou -/

= :. UN* flMurbing factor of the international quickly and to make the .: Soviet Union and CUBAN Are Invited To Look I1 ,.

IDIIwlstle. There U hardly any way to realize that continued aggression will inevitably -Try A Pound Today_ Over Our Line

4.s1. with, ( a negotiator who seems to be lead to war.x --, -- -

.. ........., dUpoe-i I'() far as words are The Lord Chancellor. Viscount; .Jowitt,

=. e I wruell but who stubbornly refuses totlve spokesman for the government *sakl that

: e action in line witherbal professions. "complete subjugation of our people and Overseas Transportation

complete domination by a foreign system ,

=- AMERICAN SCHOOLS wholly alien to us" would be worse than Inc.Fast t '- J4 -1
war, "horrible as war is." I -

We have mid it before, and we say it The Chancellor wanted to know what Dependable Freight and Express Service a

: aaIN. that the American school system would happen if the British French and -betw..n- '
f I' \
; heat l he better' and better every year-if I Americans got out of Berlin.: If we "go ; ; --
lib( M ether reason than to make up for I out of Berlin to somewhere else, ," he ask-

the. slump"" that has pitched' the United I ed, "what guarantee is i there that when we Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS "., 4'a

$*< *. Iflto two" World Wars. : reach the other place the same situation I Between Miami and Key Wat

:: And u-e aIM insist that the National won't arise again?" He declared that the I t b r ,

I 1 Owtermnent at Washington i is not quali-( problem cannot be solved by "methods of Express Schedule: I re

H* l tot take over the job of educating the appea>ement." (No Stops En Route) f
jptuth ut the
country simply
by pouring a CEPT SUNDAYS) ai 6:00 P.M. Ar.

(.. te f Government dollars into a Federal The payment of taxes i is the price rives at Miami at 11:00 o'clock Mid ,

ayMrm ti replace the public school night. 1 1
system that the citizen must payor the inherited
existed in this country since
the blessings of civilization.
SUNDAYS) at 12:00: o'clock Midnight ,
..'........ acid arrives at Key West at. ..

} Very few 'local 6:00 o'clock A.M. i '
communities fail to WHY GET FUSSED-UP?
..>.aU& >tate and govern their own local I Local Schedule: I 5i :

11ah.Md.. .. lIt'at t'm a. (Stops At All Intermediate Points) I
.. I Too many preachers have been defending LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT i I

the rights of Atheists to blow off SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock a
There i I. A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
alway.. I :
Nay to develop steam, especially over'tHVfV radio. There *
P. M.
1 -i trade if the I 8 ( W
merchants of Key West are nearly 300 different kinds of Christian LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
w4l.. f4M |Mrrate on the job of m erchandis1 churches with a-total membership of nearly SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and i I.. v s '

; 1_. j J 75,000,000. members in the United : arrives. at Key West at 5:00 o'clockP.M. I I At RJk for it cih.r r.-J. I;:"

t States. There is no Atheist organization, c I 5 'f trcd -mark.J mean the jr.." ti snlR .

The emblem of the Communist Party and they are evidently of that class who. FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE I
.In the United
States is the hammer
and are "agin' it"-against all churches. I
# afekle. By a 4rauge coincidence the preachers should : OTUID UNDEI AUTMOIlIf"" Of, EMI COCA-COtA. Napa** N
< em- pay no attention to OFFICE and WAREHOUSEs .
Cor. Eaton ft Fruda Sts.
; e. .!._ of the Communist Party in the So- Atheu>ts-they can't do any,harm-in fact PHONES: 92 AND) 93 I I COCA-COL\ BOTTLING CIM: t'AqrY'' ...

) "" Union aUo W i the hammer and sickle. they all harmless-nuts. i I "-tlI
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Woodman spare that tree, ; ; afternoon thundershowers ..; Infonnntiox. for the Advertisers
,I MOMTREUX, Swibln.- :'harlestooians are pleading.. It I in south portion. Littfcchange > BITE FOR 'RrCCl, ll* a.i rTsir
was their 10 when I t .... _
cry years ago BLACKFACB TINS Pays fop el.lutrUie" .rtl.
bli -Taw .ad clock on the tow- -he county grand jury wanted to m temperature. nests u iBTaHahiy in a.......... but
., ill. *aa4 Castle of Qulloc hop down Florida: Fair thru Thursday,', A.vT't p.entre tinder this head rctnxar advertljtcra wttlll.let1pr accounts -
a 300-year-old oak in will ho la Ked In Tb. Cltlata at mar bare their "HrU-
for few !
except: a Delated
d.e nktt4t tIM Bert ticking away fu. se center of a principal avenue. after.'. ID* rat of lc a ward foP arh tilI meats charged.Pt'MLWAT1oti.
The noon thundershower in south> 'xrtloa. tot the wlalmni charge for .II.tDUSIi
--11\8 four centime te about to ret anew plea worked. and the tree.was portion. Little change in tem I the first IS word. or Left. ts Me. To Lo. ur. pobueauos reps then
spared. ', TH. rate fur Morkfac* tr_ U :Ie ai he !. Tb. <'Itbottko Wfor II
fait.The Now the 1948 grand jury u at it perature. i I r<.,.4. and the wtotm, chare for .dock la th* nwratar .. t. the day
rftnrk I'I Jacksonville thru the Florida 1.h. first 11 wards U u. of |.a t>U atUa.
was installed by the again, arguing that the tree is potentially !I
twW ciutluMkrr. Andre de I "a serious hazard to per- Straits and East Gulf: Gentle to"

Mart .., in 134) and b the oldestrur4 I son and property," : moderate winds north to northeast ." An .dterttatai I. accepted andec the tottowlag f'oMJtloa.t11: the
ki thu part of Uw aMlnt..,.. I I'NW'IIUIIIIfIII' t this afternoon and ton ghbecoming t,.\.ereat oof error h air.rti.tas. tran..t or _trert. ft. Citisem will b.
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easterly: Thursday. .Woe.ibt..air t..r the tint te.ertton in Cia..ttl, d' sad la I
With. IU, tinkering now an-J '-' i 1 ttl.ptas AdtcciMatr to. .a'7 154.ttaal amoeat of euaq ::= by thepart.
t...., it feu tenn kept gang ever Few widely ccauercd thander I of the a4Tcrtafam..c..".... tbs er..r ecceratl -
aukM... it haa beers decided that Usafprvtaw What's Doing I shower* in south portion, other !. rr -- -- r -- raarI -- r rrrr.rsarrtltFOR
wise fair rather.
cowtti b I
Improved by at 1MARMED
mtorint tM faceTODAY"S No small craft cr storm warnings .1 FOR, RENT-APASTMESTS It J SALT

t TIflt -- -- -- SERVICES I have been issued. t .
Y.M.C.A. Furnished apartment 3 rooms and 3-tedroom furnished Mae Arthur

t mimum.sKaw Jackson Square. Whitehead bath Maid and janitor services home. Pnce. $1:$.000, easy
(,rff AMD ( Africa and Southard Sheets ReportKey I linens and utiliti.i fur terms. Johnson if.. Johnson.
RESTON UaJ. Ga James AI Lester. West. Fla.. Oct. 13, 1948! rushed.; Summer rates. Coral Phone :.%. octl-t!
I'twMiaMtat 11"lummIIIP' Hotel Apartments Post
the tot Francisco (Otecrvauoa taken at City Office j opposite -
Plot .! E Embarkation former MONDAY, | 8:30 A.M. EST) I Office oct7-23ti iI rI Gray marine engines aini gervice.

5sPHARMACY .tlhtef 4 .-aflef the Eighth Army .:00 P.!l.-Juk.e Box. Dance. Temperature I i ij C. R. Smith opposite: Firestone
.. "Japan bora Prosperity. S. C. 9U P.M.-Truth or Con-' Highest c-terday _. _____.. 88 Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment Station. Marat1ctl.1mo
*z i j Utilities funmh Children'under
year a.
sequences Quiz i Lowest last. night SO '
Dr Frederick A. Middkbush 110w." Mean .. 84 1 year accepted.: Apply. Radiance
tit..ldenl of UM University of 10:U l-Da.ncing continued.. Normal. .. 80 i 915 Windsor Lane. octl-tf J Freeman's.I'Of'enu 1121 Cathenna ws, 60c. each.St.ocL88ts.
Mttxwl boat in Grand Rapid, l'UESDAY, I. PncipltAboa .
...,...... SI years ago. .:30 P.M.-Shuffleboard Sessions Total last 24 hours __ :00 ins !1 Four apartments available. 4111]
t.: s: Va..U Kev Dr Chart C Seteonar. r on the patio, Total this month u. 5 57 m; 1: William Street t-2tx
UetfcosbM Uaho* of Dallas. Tex ( ... I 1949 bar license Apply, 1013
t'w supervised). I I I Excess this month 3.06 ins. I
LMa born at Savannah. Mo- 74 flOOPM-Little FOR RENT-APARTMENTS. Division Street &ct9 6ot
...A ... yean Theater! Total this year 45.33 ins I
a.. :I : AND ROOMS
Group Reeharsali Excess this year 1464 ins. .
I lr*.. Rich, actress, born In CSennee personnel:!: Relative Humidity Pump?:tank and motor. pining
JMfalo.. N Y. 57 yean ago welcome to attend'I''r at 1:30 A.M. I The Stutt HoteL 410 Fleming table, four Ch2 ta. 1019 Fla'.

s. Jud.* JOw. Clark Kaox ., the ana. take part). 69' Street has an efficiency apt lee, Phone 140-R. octll-3tx
Lees. Dkstna Court for Southern WEDNESDAY Buomet and several sleeping rooms vacant .

F*.. Vark. bone Waynesburgh 1:00 PJtf.-Hocpaal Fish Trip!I (Sa Ly.l) ISO A.M. I!I Low weekly or mqpthly Baby Grand piano. Starr, excel

V., t? yean ago.Benurd. YMCA-NCCS-Red I': 3002 ml: -10166 rob:;. rates. octl-tl lent ccadition.: Piano 'Tuner,

Canus Iddincs Bell of Cross. Tomorrow's Almanac. t 907 Division Phone 82&-J,

/, f':a tittleLw. a. Episcopal clergyman. I I 7:30 PJJ.-Shufflebnard Sessions Sunrise ,. _._ 9;23 ajn.'I FOR RENT--BUNGALOW tI oeUl-6uc

J +Mtaratw and author, born in 'OP the patio Sunset ... .__. :. .__ _. ... 6:01 p.m. I _
; < .- Detm. Oh*. 12 yean ago. (supervised). I i j Moonrise .. 4:24 p.m.Moonset .I! Two bedroom bungalow, screened White enamel $:.?5... Outside

it t::. ol the Dr John Johnston noted 9:00 P.M.-WVe Ole Country 'd'_" __ 3::0 zjn.{ porch, all electric kitchen, two c white paint $2.75. and $3.75 p rgaUon.
*fe. M.<. former U I t
:, :w.1 S. Steel di- Party" featuring; car garage beautifully land-' ap. S0-ft i" garden

::" FJerida.October. (MML Mae n of recearch. born in Scot Square Dancing.IVirginia 1 TIDES scaped. No pets, $12100 per hose. 395. Doherty &.Co. 345
year ana Reels and Tomorrow I month to Dec. 1st. then on seasonal I Olivia Phone 1S97: octl2-5t
: s'" .Ix1Yto I Irish Reels etc. (Naval Base) to May 1st Paul' Tire '

: t t tI THURSDAY: Eastern Standard Time) E Shop. octl-tf Household furniture for three
3:00 P.M.-5:00 PJlI -Classes High Low I rooms 708 Emma Street
! tc,J let e* < N.C.CS.1U1
j in basic photo1i !I 741am. 1:09 a.m. Apt A. o 132tx
r awl tech i grapby. i,i 8:14 F-iru 1 53 p.TL t -
4 c I thival fttmtDEFENSE [ ':30 Pil.-Dance, John PntI Marine motor. 8 3. h.p."Chris..
all FORCES I cha-d and his Orchestra : ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Modern three-room furnisberl cottape. '; Craft, with 2 tq J reduction
[< i aay or Working or settled couple
I Vocals by, Reference Station Key West gcur. good condition. Need,
< ::ft from 4 PROGRAM the members of;, Tim of!'Height of or refined gentleman. Applyat nes' manifold Motor at ReeBros d

.:: .r 1afortea .. PiuiiBiiaiMOkTDAY the Theatre Group SfatloDTld. thigh water J 629 United Street >j'I' Garage. Price, $190.00.
I FRIDAY r octll-3tx .| oc:13.4'5L.
8atla Honda
6:00 PJkL-Vanery Nile .1 I (bridgeah IQm 0-0 ft t .

., I t 1M a-.1L..aao PM. Writing'Rosin. : Bridge. Pinochle, No Name Key FOR RENT--COTTAGES j hp_ Evenrude. 18.S enginell'i .

Ping Pong. Mov:es. ; east end) _+2fa 20m I AND TRAILERS i, ft plywood skin excel-
_: .... d. Pool Table. Show SATURDAY: I Boca Chica lent condition. Both $ O.OO ur
era Sewing i.g.i, 2-00 P.M.-Town Tour" .' (Sandy Point-Oh 40m Jt'telj- furnished cottage tra i;; f for sold separately. 33 Rest Pe ch.

chin,, | photogenic Key -aides Channel I I comfortable Aleep-na rooms : Phone 1529-R. oet3-3ix

7:30 P.M.-R30 P.M. Spanish, West (->lgn in ad-1 (north end) _+2b nom +1.4 ft at .special "betw n season"
B Senorita Bt-n'lda. 7:30 P.SI.-8:30 P.M.VOI'el'rordings. @- VOTE; 1721 Ftg'er Ave. 1172JoctU. i 43c. at Poor Old Craig. 1019

f Kmoad Instructor. i iIS ( )-Minus Sign: Corrections :tf I White Street 13-1 tx
TUES9AY .. .: P.M.-Movies, announced: I '
!. .OA.M.- ...&,. for- Navy at the club. to be subtracted: FOR SALE-USED cARS
feeirsty4 (.-f)-Plus sign: Corrections tc
[ Wive, at U. S. Sub 10:15 P.M.-5e\'ond show } be added I

J.. P.M.-Nas' Bowlmf Alley.Wive i SUNDAY same feature.. .f'i! (h)-Hour. Very njce. 'cool one-bedroom : 1946 PonUac 8 Station, Wagon,
*, Swim-, (ft.--I Per. house unfurnished. Apply 620 undercoat, no rust. 1215 Cath.
"una. U. S. Naval i iL 9:45 A.M.--Java Club. { jabeth. octl3-4tx Er: Street. Ul-5tx
) 1100A.M. "Co m-Minn' .
kale PuvL To Church i rI
7430 P.J.I.-U. "6. Naval jratt Parties I 1939 Chevrolet edan.
Jlorpibl radio
I \ TOD Y IN HISTORY Small furnished house. No cml-. 4jdoor
\ )'. jointly with 2:00 P M.-Classic Hour, announced aria h &tei. 2823 Harris
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dren or !)et.!. Apply 1113 Jrin
at the!
American Red Cross I (Know .America) nell Street orllj-1'x Avenue. Phule|393-W.
and Tuesday). C1ub I I Ctl13lxBest
t f*. PMU 8. Naval Hospital 800 P. fFellou'ship Hour", 1778-The Masonic Grand

Entertainer U the' -Chaplain French Lodge organized, in Williams- i i i FOR RENT-ROOMS offer takes 1938 Dodge se-

Ward (3rd Tu. with Beatrice Mo-I port. Va. i I,I'' .: dan. Good 'tires. Apply after
day). > reno at the piano. 1792-Cornerstone of the White ': Two bedrooms, fwrr.tehed. Kitchen 6:00. 323 Whitehead. Street.
WEDNESDAY 10:00 P.M,-Coffee Hour House in Washington laid_ privileges. Apply 713 Si- octll .tf
KM P.M.IloOP.MBi11dardsiPing t plans those of John Hoban, winner -t| monton Street octS-4tx .

CAMP ROOM -Chmese Checker -' in competition the prize owitee. '
Pi. Writing t : For sale by original 43
Ifeura. *. Chess. Cards. Ping Pong being $509: and a lot of land. FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS '
Sew ing MacMnc V-8 Station Wagon.Radio.: .
Pool. Writing De ks. Library 1812-U.S. sloop-of-war Wasp, .I :
undercoat p<>rcclained. 9000
NtM PM.-L apial Pat 1 e nta', Currrnt Magazines. Various Table 450tons, leaves Philadelphia to.i Overseas Hotel low ratea. Cof .; miles. Perfect condiuec. $2-
Came etc.INFORMATION. he in wait for British ships- fee shop, bar. oct22SWANTEDEMPLOYMENT
1J Fishing Party. joint 395 cash or $1065 down and
program, N.C.C.s.. DESK-Ten-t gladdens patriot America by balance in 18 mont;. <:..illlaetU3tx
YMCA. and RedlCroaa. cia Rackets, Golf Clubs. Fishing taking British ship Frolic in battle I' 603-R.
Lines. Cameras Checking Serv-i I at a time when r American ,
:ee Film Servi<-e, Mailing and I spirits were at a low ebb. '
.M.-Nanr WiPh I Three years experience as pipe '37 Studebaker Good running
Wrapping Packages. Receiving 186 -, ig Quebec fire toll of 1
al Fltneaa Class. some 2500 houses I' fitter or plumbers helper Two condition. Apply. 11-A; NA.Soct22tx.
1W, P.M-N.ry Won Club. Messages Stamp, Railway and one-half years as painter:

e,,. P. -Boxint Chia.s t') prvtt SHOWERS.TELEPHONE* Service.. Ex-t I awards 1922-The Norway Hague some $12 Tribunal millionfor I I 22-years of age. Joe Carey, '
M PM-Jiik Box Dance 830 Johnson Lane. octll-3tx FOR
THURSDAYS I BOOTHS. I ships requisitioned in the II .
United States in World War I. '
.* P.M. LESLEIGH DAVIS. Plumber's truck drivercarpenter's .
-Seaplane Ba* Pull 1927 In Pittsburgh speech, helper, 194C Cushman motor scooter
Navy Wives. i President Coolidge calls on the helper, maintsn. Perfect condition. Apply 513
.. P.M.4W PJi Sewing I country's rich to devote their ance man. Permanent resident Catherine Street after.. 4:39
Program Director.
MM bin.. Type writ* 1 lK LILLIAN WEAVER. lives to spread of democracy and i I I Phone 323-W o'clock. oct2-3tx

Writing Room. Secretary, to the development of the.fine octl2-3U
t .
Showers. t arts. FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES
i Desk Aide 1936 British authorities come ; SALESMENi
t M ".N Softball for Navy out in favor of battleships as Whizzer'motor bike 1947 rucd
f Wine at BayviewiPark against aircraft.1937Germany. I Man or woman w nted for; Good condition. 16C'PCIn-
I i iSM TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES I pledges the j I Rawleigh business in City oft ciaca. octlat x

PM. .PmuUl Claw. Department < : neutrality of Belgium. I Key West No experience needed j jI
of Health! (Know America) 1942-Americans on Guade- I to start Full or part time'j HELP WANTED FEMALE

Inctructor {I 1754-Mary Ludwig Hays M=- canal bombed by Jap planes. I Sale easy to make and profits:
.MAJL-JOOPM, Sewing i, ',Cauley ( "Molly Pitcher"1 1943-Italy becomes a co-bel- large. Start immediately. Write Mother need extra dollars The

v- Machine. Typewriter. -, heroine of the Revolution whose ligerant of the. Allies against Rawleighs Dept. FAJ-660-190. big earning season is here fir
Wntinf Room.} ]latter life was bitter and hard, Germany. 1 Memphis. Term Avon Representatives. We have

Showers. -I, born in Trenton, N. J. Died Jan. 1944--Athens, Greece, evacuated octll-13-14-18-20-2K : an opening for you in your
tM P."-DaMe. Orchestra 22. 1832. I by Germans. community. No obligation to

every other Friday J78Uorac H Hayden, Balti. 1947-New YOlk City American I MISCELLANEOUS i inquire Write Mrs. SmcJM,
atotnatinc with the I more dentist president of the Railway Express drivers end I P.O. Box 1101, W Palm Evat-h
White Hat Club world's first dental college, who 25-day strike Truman wires the : Washers, irons, vacuum and Fla. oct9-5t

0........ did much to raise dental standards I 48 governors to meet desperate i fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone;

I SATURDAY I a noted geologist as u ell need of hungry people' in other 1164-M cctl-tf Wanted at once A-l waitress

1M PM-Busing Training. : born in Windsor Conn. Died lands. and soda fountain girl). Mustbe
1 / I <* .11"-.00 P.M-Dressing .Jan. 26. 1844.1828Lafayette. Soviet Russia endorses Palestine REFRIGERATION ; fast and willing to lcs'nLocal

Roma Showers. C Baker, itinerant partition siding with the Ii person preferred. Apo:v
SUNDAY mechanic Union SPY. United States. i I Immediate service domestic or! Adams Dairy Lunch, 901 VI h is
**.* AW.-Communion Breakfast unscrupulous and indolent U. S. i commercial. Holbrook Refr -I Ii !If Street. oct) tit

j White Hat Club'I Secret Service chief born Staf- Your HoroscopeWEDNESDAY i eration Service. Phone 72 -W-i'

U S. Naval Base ford. N Y. Died July 3, 1868. | i oct9-6tx': Now 14 the time. The big Christmas -

(2nd Sunday). 1827--James II Stoddort the I OCTOBER 13 : season means big pi of''s
LsyI'.I1 ."*S RM-Picmc at Swimming much beloved and striking actor, : 1943-A quiet, pleasure-loving STORAGE for Avon Representatives \\e

r>iol. Wiener Roast. on the American stage for fifty I person is indicated by the aspects ; train you. Write giving home
i sign up ir advance).t I Il years, born in England. Died ) forming today and probably Ued Brick Storage Co. Furniture address to Mrs Smedley POi .
Dvc 9. \9tfl one taking much interest in or commercial. Phone 798 I i Box 1101, W. Palm Beach Fa

*Wmatioo and housing servUterature. 1M*--(100 jeans ago) William t') the study of religion, perhaps a octl-U, octl.St
ria, mapLke4egiuw Baxter Closion. Boston wood engraver : clergyman The life may be secluded -1 iI

Ubr,..,.. and s jti t ol note born at.I certainly wilt be rather GARDEN AND LAWN : Secretary for Chamber of Commerce -
*.4.IAt/aq, atasnix, wrapping and HveUord. Vt. Died May 31. 1926IW7 quiet and the native will hold SUPPLIES i office. Local resident

sailing "tae railway ..Xp -Wilbant Z. Ripley, em many and firm friends who will I desired. Good typist es:>entMt
*.*. *.* .*. UuoJj-y ptrk-upfocc- luent Harvard professor of politi- exert themselves for his benefit : For your dog quadine one hand Apply in person. octl3-lt

"'eiIaWe Wdrtett.t \ ca ecomxn, burn in Medford, lIe should only beware of lapsing : spray. Also Sunday shower.
U ..., sad hv w .... 1.1.... Died Aug. .16. 19-1. into selfindulgence.The I Kills fleas and ticks. Dr. Qla>-! WANTED TO BUY

Wu K. g. COUGHUN. I i tons medicine for cats. Key'i
4er tlraal
-- Mfutiw Srcretary Nut all State make provision African Nationalist is an I i West Garden and Lawn Supply Water tank. 200-300 gallon rapacity -
MISS HILDA CASTILLO. for absentee registration and English weekly paper in Monrovia I Gx, 914 Fleming Street. Tel{ with 50-lb. pre-iue
I 1019. octl2-tfj Phone lH oct3-3txw
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I:;:4' 'This idtiWake!! UP Key West! PAULUiiEW

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al ... .pFsveru I opened mr'store-in Key West FT,drearaed.of the time when I could have a really
; fln*. BIG STORE! "We.lL'lefT West has been good t0.me_ .=-MY DREAM'S COMING TRUE-and"thjiis
:; ': my way of showing naT appreciation to YOU Tm< determined to sell out-YESJ SELL
EVERYTHING TO THE BARE WALLS-in my eld*tore: ;: regardless! LOSS. Sure. Ill take a
;.LING.ebu, YOU MY FRIENDS. will PROFITS: Trrt-abt going to more anything OT.'to my
hewstoie. I IrjHre that U,I cut'deep into>>profittr7sell'0I'1eu than jeweler'cost-that Key West
tl i 1- Folks wiU-appteciate these value and tare roe.tielJroubie: of moving anything to my new store.
) cOK&Y'a very*raye emergency lik. mint'could;Justify such terrific Price Slashing as thi BIG AD,
'IIi f" ,,ITCiTHIHG""WILL BE MOVED t6 ray new store ;Comb Qa -Com*All this is a PUBLIC SALE"
i t j: ***** (Signed) PAUL J. SHER.

Its the TRUTH: So Help Me!




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Genuine leather I .. .

Reg. SI.SO Values

4 19c SET
With Tray.
j With ,
'.. f S Trai's 8 88 &Urn Creamer Sugar! $1988

3eg. $33.75.
1 Rea.-S197S. iA
.' Famous 'Glastg.nbury'1 Glassware

L. (:eaal.e'......... ALL,POPULAR .PIECESincluding
I ZFpi.c A21-lrw1"'4'r'JALLETS i i.
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:o' r'.," CHOICE .. .. ... EACH PIECE
t t3 A (b tumrri2..e
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r Sterling Silver Special GroupElginAmerican
"'04 ., 'WHAr.NOTSMiniatures. I
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tNwr M t.wl tav1 .TOAST TRAYS! '
Razor.BladesDOUBLs.; Come on the Run!!
:.EDGE ..
f-: YOURS 1,t wt u A.A N FOR 111e.1 t r. Special .Group GLASSWARE GIFTSVases America Mad --Very $.RwLL. .... GamI'

39cr !'Center Pieces! FULLY JTWCLLCD $tt i.ts

Trays!. Bon Eons! WATCHESwith WAT=
Boudoir Sets! 5' 9 $
C Stretch B6ac1al
I Values to $3.50
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) : .. : Lovely Ladies Wa1&
: Famous Make FINEST Jold-band Lge.Pitcher
with "S\leat" Bar
qa. Never Before Sold Silver and 6 Tall Glasses WristYatches CRS
for Less Than
1 ; $5.00
'A NOW ONLY Plate CHROME $48.50
t : t $188 f. FOR HURRY YOURS. C TRAY $288 r Value!
Reg. $6.35 co FOR 52488 i4SERV
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LAY-AWAY &OW-for XMAS i ...a.SOLID 1,1,5ttttiiN

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.....1 ..: Reg.FILLED$4.95 99.., EVERY SIZE Worth' $10.00 188 $4.35 YOURS Regular for .... 99 C. .

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13. 1948 .'" .T'"'' ., THE KEY WEST .-CITIZEN *.*, .zi- :.':'.,'_'-t"' '::'''' :. '... ... .

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--.sbtfo'. >lUr" ** : r-'HEW"ONE.' With Christmas conUM 1 knew Jut III innate+ .4 Kr I
< .ft folk s1Uappreeiatd this opportunity't> SAVE: PLENTY ON ALL TWJMB OITfiat
WcTte'ea' q:fbeJ 'now.: these Sale'Priml! Cash talks la tak mighty> Jewetrf* BAUT)
..7 'fLs1t!:f. ,4 joi'-at,: ipe Pickings. *for tight-fisted. folks wk west let for uwtr M acr


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LOOK OVER THESE GRAND VALUES IN #.0'k; .1". '4,+"'J't.1?', : +-'....;.. -,' _
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Sorgous BRIDAL 10-Diamond Combination 'i.Ji '$ 88

Set in Platinum! BOTH Rings with Ice Lucke t tt
matched gem diamonds of finest-quality S397 \...... +'. 4 "; \i' ":- & V
Actual $330 vaL! You must see ::..';,"f i .,. ..,i 1i1/llttl
this duet ta appreciate this bargain! 'F I" : > :..' THafsAll rRYT t1 +1M
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Lady ?-DIAMOND! PRINCESS'RING_ ?t Only .. -m-.:; ... .- !

fleg. SZi5.nerl! SpeciaUr' marked:'down y : : ;' : teg
!. sell quickly! Magnificently set in a $ 9'9 5 r '1-iiiiV.:. ..:. raltseautifi
Solid Cold Mounting! Hurry to Paul J.Sh ; "
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Lady's 3-DIAMOND Solitaire Ring at Only 4 .tlttJ ; 1J : f 1 e". '
I ? / This was designed and created to sell .;: k"1' ;3tg4Csl; J''IBaSe.IJgJ !.3 Candle Li hailWfi !

IT for-J7SO.*t leu It's than priced actual low to cost-seU!quick NO $ 349, GrJ.dSh, g! Plus:'a Georgooua Silk
PROFIT FOR PAUL J.SHERI! Hurry! V /r ." I Itte1Fie d 'a'Ha:!. id oinely. designed base. A i
.:.1! .tifo..d# .t'home' \\1lr: Y9 about! Quani -
52-DIAMOND 'PLATINUM WRIST WATCHFully .(\i .. ;!'urh'ere'soniy: 100. So. get here r.r 1

.. mike. !jewelled This is one! Finest of the famous most RULON magnif- rIll !'.'I!! ..t.fW !'fJ <'4 ,. .. CasseroleM.'rst
..... --- ... tent watch w* have ever shown $2' 9 9 "
Worth SSSS. Sacrificed less than cost! ti.Mt
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,4 Lady NINE DIAMOND Princess Finger RingOur '
LADIES'! MEN'S! F Imp En1d Under 5.00T 1:A
regular $295 seller! Very popular! CARAT Diamond Ring .,. B a., 9c
c r.....N WATCHES One of the most terrific values it.were of- $13 9 Diamond ONE CARAT '.''A ,tARAT' i' .''r V l
1fA ;eriag! sit and you'll grab Don't Ring :m t
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rrCleiaal hesitate if you really want a bargain! Diamond Ring ; .e.; '. HEAVY.: PLASTIC '= .
: $99Reg. '$4? .
KENI, tADILSr u.*. Flexible Wide Solid Gold Bracelet.Watch ilmft Terrinet.lar K\rr; .1fn- before offered cat
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$375 ralue. Men'sor $199 :
n.> S297S Offrrrd .t.Kra this low price! R.g419S BAG'*
a rNU,-ktl 517 e Nationally advertised for $850. Famous Lady's Solid Gold \\r l E11lfflB rposc
Rulon fully jewelled guaranteed accur- Mounting GRAB Reg.$495 Value! 'YIL'Men's lady'sSolid
at* Wrist Watch-COCKTAIL TYPE! $219 this WONDER1 Value! Ask to See This Ring!. Gold Mounting.. )

CIVE YOU t 9lnclAt GROUP Left to be sold and our sale price is only ._ 10' ': '' :: I A ......" ..... :* .
=: UP TO 5 DIAMONDWeddin9Band : uwMAN"S 'LOVELY DINNER: \. [ It's Shopping? Bag!. MIXING
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$25IT'a MtJI'S'LADID1' .old inq Regular pure Earring SI2S Wfcite!!value Don Gem!hesitate.Each Diamond set REMEMBER.with in a a Solid blaz $ 5 9. .I ,Diamond Ring Set Diamond with' Diamonds Ring ',' j '(A Beach Pillow! 8. ge ::_ ';O .

3 Nith "He who hesitates loses this value! REG. ACTUAL &*. -Yes-4 <* ;brM;I. a ted
$14NEVER .
$39.50 $17 "9.75 P 'y moirtfepiece with airjB2fw&s ;, 7C
-AllY OLD 3-DIAMOND STRAIGHT ROW GENT'S RINGA AGAIN VALUE! $29 .*. >i a. >nidw. .:...."... iH J 4c
W it "r W 9tr t! t S1488 You Must See This ;
,.:1: 11tAC blue of beauty! Looks like a Carat!! SUCH WONDERFUL Ring to Appreciatethe Specially Reducedfor lir1"'
This sold for$249 before this sale. Now VALUE! Value! this Great Safe! f
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TALKS! COME. Grab This Value! -. ........ .

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If 1\\ -----=-- -- igQN111C1UIknfl16km0001G11ACIETY ..Poinciana"t PTA: formulated! .Program]; Calendar Of pfllacfl..RlUily' !Mho Nbenglrejwas later ruled born as in Edward&M.aiChl:; VII.)'+ Reds Lose- -,\- Alft\r- Key ,..

IVEWS' -Topic'For '1948-949 Year, 1 Monday t i Coming Events To Welcome : of November to-deal 9,the'"palace.mi"'there Among\ftI! tgreat j' In S\\'il\\ trJarnl! I DaJl GeI

P.T.A. held its The for the 1943-49 ,'WEDNESDAY Stork f P the great crowd present were Hj t
The Poinciana -
program I
: .
l GIBSON I least two statesmen. They
JESSIE famous lr.:
Bj also formulated at this 1 ; "'"fc. Illlu ::
regular mont.h11. meeting ,in the year war j Officers Club of Fern Chapter were the Duke of Wellington, > arRHof : ""-- ip .
The CltUtn Office-51 .meeting. Topics for the remain.' ED L. CAMPBELL i l] ..... ... "'M
school auditorium Monday evening No. 21. Order of the Eastern By hero of the Battle of Waterloo: tn* Sash .. i i :: lI
J Uiones: iukuK.- u.a at 8'ddoek.Mrs.'Anois |ing months are: October, "The Star meets at 8,p.m. in the AP iew.fetare.LONDON | and Sir Robert Peel 1.he then by M vMs toA It a CaV UiT l UVLLltlRe.r .
I rHealthyFadilly"i November, "Ed- ; r
; AU odvoa-
Home of Mrs. Connie Demeritt -I I home secretary who founded'' I of MMp'spo.eord
j .. Ip! ..... v school nurse spokeon ucation, A Home and: School Reaponsibilityw. I j 1016 Georgia Street tages of a modern hospital plus;;]London's modern police force. Because -] ... lisii, i1I 11- I .c..ttlMsra., -- i

....tlnllllttd1,11..)- New MembersOf "The Drinkhouse Healthy explained Family what and Begins at Home"; December.; January"Peace, "The Rehearsal" of "Oleos" for ".EastLynne' the comforts of home will bed;t of him, the London policeman Smttse Lai ne*f=&. I ....-.. "'"II ,j,

Mrv. Lives 8 p.m,. in Barn offered at Buckingham'Palace : to' this day is called a. seabdprF.uMraleeMie 1M f .. .. ........ '
the health is doing for Family Safely"; February, ;
department Theater. .... .
J Winter Season AndWoman's "bobby. 1 rehire. re Pia Ma ...... eMr.
Yesterday .. our city. |I("Honoring Our Founders": ; March, Executive Committee Meetingof to Princess Elizabeth for the 1: f
Sir Robert and the Duke sat i.a i. --
I. It decided that ,the Room The Family Incorporated April expected, birth of her baby in
was Monroe County .Council of Fill. ..
I Club Had First The Shares Its Work" room adjoining the quHft'aapartmfnt The u_ T..u. .
Meeting Mothers of Poinciana will spon- Family ; Parents and Teachers, Harris mioVNoyember. playing cards. Sui- .... and ......... I t4Irrtt .
sor a fBake" sale Saturday, October May, The Family Plays Together -. School Library 3:30 p.m.V The princess grandmother. .,.. ., ...... snrr a-
Vicoria's husband
Thr w... Weman** dub meat For this reason she urged ," responJethic. denly Queen
Key I 16, Commercial Row. beginning Queen Mary is largely er t tot "
I on 4 ; .
meet at .
1 1 Hospital Auxiliary Price Albert in 1OUeN anew .
appeared: a
..... Hl4t. ItlrVTMWp 41 hilts at the women to go to the polls nd'vote. at 9 am. Home made: Following the business meeting,f i p-m. at Municipal #Hospital. ..doorway and beckoned. Stepping a4ilr abate-- ...... .... dSfdiile .... N ......J wj
winter. "Our is in great cake; cookies and pies will be for the hospitality committee served [ 1 Eminently practical in management ..
.S4*.*. .all .f tar sea-1 country THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14- .I forward the two great men stood MnevVCI)11t .
in the if do not exercise: our I sale at this time. ,refreshments. Hospital Auxiliary Sewing of a royal household -
1iA M **ri>nv at J 3 pct I danger we I solemnly while a nurse parotid
.%*...-. Ctwfc: BuU.n(. Intro- '.right I to vote. Remember, also,tI -----_ __. ---_ _' i Group meets at Municipal the wife of King Georae V in. before them the) newborn infiAt ) : All U JOIN lldiss ... ..
.... y Jilt miMinMip' chairman I j 2.000.000 more women than men tI Hospital 2 pm. For transportation stalled a palace surgerly earlyin lying on a silver tray. .. h
I Becomes
Mh C Parr .... new mema will be voting in this election if Miss FlorenceBoza 1 can Mrs. Rutt, 420-W. her career as queen. This time the present home sec
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.c. see .... Matron. Charles j]'I,they want to," she said. 1 Hallowe'en Party given by Wesley Attending the princess will be retary. Laborite Outer' Erie. wMbe j Isi ....liraA ..
Pi*.... Biifi>r<. franck. R. E. |j[ Fine Arts chairman Mrs.s Bride Of Ensign i McCadams Saturday] House Woman' Club, 5 Sif the William Royal College Gilliatt of president Ot-:tetrici-of:t! -as required by ancient: B/tt- I. t..r r a1Mat .t1L .........
7fsrnaui.+n+aia J C liter+iweu. George Mills White announced pjn., on playground. Everyv. ish law-"in the proximity" at tK.
II ....,. rUMU Re4Hey. G'I I[that three local artists wish to I f; Miss Florence E.: Boza,daughterof
q..mtto. AMMH GM. Aubrey ,;show their work in exhibitions in Mr. and.Mrs- Joseph A. Bona, tal. Miami, for nurses training ] Bingo in St Mary's Parish Cen-I by Sir Lancelot Edward Barring-I any parading the baby around MIa ad Nb.14 iLfa .
803 Olivia street, will become the and then took a post-graduate at Spon- ton-Ward surgeon to the king I II I + lie fir
Nte-WM. v.... BUnenard.& Claire I I the clubhouse this winter. These ter, beginning 8 pjn. tray. ., .... .. ..
Art**. R..4..Tl BMwv.. Paul E. are Wallace Kirk David Newton bride of Ensign Joseph J.McCad course under the riuuic tteaim sored, by Catholic Daughtersof since 1936. Two other physicians: j I ... ..iS
k.y... B. W .......t. W. O.V .'I and Christopher Clark. Mrs. ams, USNR, Saturday> October 16 Service, Navaho Medical Center I American. Holy Names Society I are likely to be present but their j t Bed linens last longer if allowed I .. U.fill all.i
...... J K U.. A. ft. llarda- I,White said that Eugene Otto's exhibit at 7 p: m. in the First Congrega- Fort De France, Arizona. She is and St. Vincent de Paul names have not been announced. to rest between ue periods bstl. w

/ .rt r Herta y, Wittiam. Re- last year proved that win tional Church.. now working at the .U. S. Naval t Society. Cash: prizes. I _Sir:: William is: regarded as one,.-Put- lannHoroH sheet -At. the fcv.!,. low-.retail ..
:: :Alton B Chwre.: Jr George t ter visitors, as well as local people A reception in the'home of the Hospital, Key West j f FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15- I 01he natIOn's most Dnuiani, torn of the linen drawer. ur: N| r .... .wtestAsl .....J

LMm A C Gel,?. Oars P. BenHen. are interested in such things I i bride's parents will follow the Ensign McCadams, the con of;' Officers Wives Club has I luncheon i gynecologists.: He attended the! only those from the top. ......... .
An4 KW**. Fred ColdPMncM -]rand will support them; ceremony. No written'invitations I Mrs. Susie McCadams, Hunting- meeting at 12:30.: Electionof I.I I.Duchess of Kent at the birth of!k 1 -

eta.ts. Art+wn. Roland ,1 Mrs. Robert Dopp speaking. for I I have been "issu d. The family t don, Tenzu is a night fighter pi- 1 I officers. her three children. Princess: |;....................................- .,..... .'.
....... ti a0 a Scu<<. Berlin Tel the educational department explained i' wishes to invite via'the press, all ,llot with F.A.W.T.U. Lant, Naval Hallowe'en Dance: at High Alexandra, Prince Michael and' .

I i keel, AH. n K curry Chester B., the Parent-Teacher relatives- and friends. ){Air Station Key West He is a School 8'p.,m. Prince Edward. He was made a''( .....-... >.-.

Seerr J L Lwter. Unatius Lettg *- jcil of Monroe County Coun-I I' The bride-elect graduated from 3 graduate of Huntingdon high Monroe <<:County .Audubon Society knight 'last winter. | t I Mrscare.. ....-
VrMik, .tUtiw-r. C C Adell.9nn that the main theme of the eoun-J Key West high school in 1942, and school meets at 8'' P-.IIL in Wo- Sir Lancelot is an expert inV FOR SALE "- -
...... Frank Buoy. J. A. I IcU, which is composed of representatives :, -- --'- man's Club building, 319 Du- children's surgery. ,: I ... ...........
l r a.r.41. fTOennor, and : from seven Monroe: val streetSATURDAY : The careful preparations for I

=jW*: L.i 4M Wagner and Jessie County schools is Health. First.! Edgar! Taylor, J r.,Had Party OCTOBER 16- the royal birth are merely in I: J JI.

.. I steps in the program were, taken: 11 keeping with the times. No com.]i;' ,.. ..
Ytars.-I .... Vlr Herbert E.nVrrme when physical'examinations were, Audubon Society field trip. plications are anticipated. :Princess .. .,..
I On' His'.Eleve"ntlt Meet of .4
7:30 in
Birthday at
1 Mr & C Dempaey. and !given all children before the beginning a.m. Elizabeth has been in excel-,i i| Whiter .. ..

I I ...... ........ Haar. of school this year she I i Edgar Taylor, Jr. !son of Mr. De Loach Ruth Smith Dolores high school.: lent health throughout her preg, tisla... .. ar
....* >Mbr. Fred Goldsmith "Riviera Night" Dinner-Dance But safegurads or
f t pointed nancy. no ..
'land 62-1 Catholic Taylor, Al Smith, Harry Wayne +s..r -
psaiS p l .* !*. Key West High i ii Mrs. William Warren chairmanof Mrs. Edgar Taylor. given by Officers Wives Club precautions will be overlooked. ,
1 .-i4.. ECM.M.I* the topic the public welfare department Lane, celebrated his eleventh Roberts, Kermit Roberts, Ray- at Commissioned Officers. There has been some sptcula-!r. NEWSPRINT ae .. ai.sib. w- "

utaliiin .MM! tier Need' c4 a "Ed-I I announced that she will bring :birthday with a party. Tuesday, mond Johnnie Lones Roberts.Ernest De Loach Rob-, I Mess, Ft Taylor.. Proceedsof tion whether anaesthesia will be t/

< Pt.LSc LaWwy" I monthly reports on the activities I October 12. erts, C. J. Curry, Richard Tommy Smith. Games toGo to Charity. used. The 'attending physicians I ...

Mi G.Mii .itfi .putted out that I of local welfare organizations.: Refreshments cake candy Mesdames Manuel Herrera, Annie "Bake" Sale given by Room refuse to discuss the case. Informed ......-.... ..
I ahhws.s*i UM United' States C'DUfttr71. Mrs. Kermit Lewin chairman of j:and ice cream were served and Rodriquez, Susan Culmer, Annie Mothers of Poinciana PTA, on sources say the royal family ![ 500 Sheets .......
si3n< tfce swat literate I the library committee reported on Commercial Row, Poinciana, does not favor at least one type of
; Watkins Carl
played. Taylor. Henry 25cArtman
Mk tto w rW. it .M bburinc underdrfaMtw 1 the investigation she had conducted games I beginning 9 a.m. anaethesia in fairly common use. .. alase
Ruth Rose Watkins Donald
| Attending were Castleberry :1 I
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a ) f grandeur on that in the Woman's Club library, Barbara The family is reported to have no X ,. %. e
;bury, Mary'Grace Griffin Jane Knowles, John Roberts,
rare K. ...... "I 1 would not haw Mrs. Lewin said that she had discovered prejudice against all anaesthetics, ........-,
Watkins, Edna Carey, Ahita Marie Smith. Monroe .
Woe."' to wMtevt ail of our edu4M I ,that the newest encyclopedia CountyAudubon however, and the general assump- L t .5 11 -

.* .Ml d.fHKtt.k.. but there are I in the library was published -t __" _:__. _____ __:. --=--_--.-:..-. tion is that some modern form 1: ....
taw In nrtanl area w here our 1In I II THE f
in 1890 and the "modern" dictionary I. I Society will be used.
fajkim we nwrt clarinf. ((1) We is dated 1891. The science Fleet Reserve I mans Tell Of t Hhere will be one great differ- t---

.saws tnt.>< to produce and utilize I books are completely obsolete,she Meets ence between the birth of the Press ......
.......... .4 ........ activity, intel Association! Will Birth Of Son FridayStuart princess's child and the only pre .
.. ..... .... .... said.The .
.awn: and (2)). wen club expressed its thanks to Whiting, president of the vious birth at Buckingham Palaceof *'

.... liiliJ to impart to the Amer. Urs. Lewis Schuck for her efforts Dance Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ingman Monroe County Audubon Society, an heir to the throne. t CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE" .... _
teem .>....i a..rts>m( but the most with the library, cataloguing Saturday Chicago, El. announce the birthof announces that the society will That first royal child born there .

i nii........ leMral edu auoa. We libraryt- Branch and Unit No..55 of the a son Steven Wayne on October meet Friday October 15 at 8 p.m. was Queen Victoria's! eldest son t I..... ...............................
wh haw
at* a psopie *
i Fleet Reserve Association: will 2. at 6:30: a.m. in the Woman's Club Building. ---- -- --
I sir .<......< to mtdtacntr and weattMnM 1 .. ClMlflCHrt
\ ..".. '. nly mediocre re- pm. .have a dance; Saturday, October I Mrs. Ingman is the former i Saturday morning at 7:3: ( -
An advance of the Woman *
I ....... copy 16 in the Fleet Reserve clubroom, Praxides Tat" Norcisa of Key 'o'clock: the Audubon Society will fi
Club Cook Book was displayed ,,418 Front street- West. meet in front of the high school: j
'lm sir sash I* spread the ben _
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explained by Mrs. Frank '
Music will be furnished by the for field to be conductedby
.... .4 t.>M.U o to ail of the Bowser. I I a trip "Ifs
The club is most enthusiastic for
Coral Isle Serenaders. This dance Subscribe: to The Citizen. Miss Frances Hames. you, Mary. -
twv.te w nave $rt d education, over this book and: feels' t : -1 .. -
k .. .. .. is open to the public. ..
ji .if u tS ....>. a...ate prevuton for 1 most worthy of acclaim. This'' t' fake it up in your room 7a 4sriPMM !

Uw Mw .nuMmnal atuient who book contains favorite recipes of Two Births In I...
CM slid wuM go far beyond the 'members, and: will with '
twa.1 ............. requuemmt 01piItWw I the recipes; written in appear the handWriting -! Naval HospitalA .TM.
ai.iisM and coUetea. Aa a I of the donor. Mrs. Bowser .
rnuil sir leaders In political econumr called attention to the lovely artwork seven pound thirteen ounce .. .. r J..rJV ..
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act irtml. his born in the U. S. Naval '
are comMM donated by Mr. and Mrs. son was Announcing. i
| ..| .. thaw .... haw conformei Cyril Marshall and Mrs. Roland Hospital to Mrs. Florence Zach- ..
I .. the .<>nii.ri requirements, Goulet arzuk wife of Peter C. Zacharzuk -- : I 1 ., .'
rMnr than t.a.t who have nmenmiiMM Each member will be asked tosell GM2, Naval Station.The baby has -4 sk >

t ...... theater five or more books. The first been named Peter Charles, Jr. Another "First" for POLLOCK'S ... a
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meeting under the 500 copies should arrive in Key An eight pound son was born to .
Prmtdeat Mrs. Leland West the later part of the month Mrs. Elizabeth Lswrence wife of I e. 'e

J tnrlwded rrporU from it is announced and 2,500 more Harry B. Lawrence,.LCDR, VX-L eew
drpaitnwat and committee copies I later.Following. ;Boca, Chica. He has been named Ir_
.1twR.ri 1ft. brief opening the business meeting''Andrew AlbertWesley t... '

*pWr.i Mrs G.d4ard pointed out the group was served refresh-''. It it trif/i/ pride and pleasure that }ce -", .
Ukt tw miiHa given' by the state menu by the hospitality committee :.
t........*... hiss Uu year to "Women under the HouseHullowe'ett
co-chairmanship of announce to our patrons our mppoint'mfnl ; p.
4>rt Airs Aquilino Lopez, Jr. and Mrs. .
1 .hire J, & B* H<< Citizenship Malcolm R. Pinder. 'On this Party
com- authorized distributors .
as for r $ < .. 1
r > Mii t yurt 4 tNt only one- mittee were Mrs. Orion Russell -
: The Woman's Club of the Wesley ,.
turd Ww MMTM have voted in Mr*. Hollon Bervaldi. Mrs. Carl
|Mt ........*. She pointed out Bervaldi. Mrs. Malcolm R. Pin-. House i is holding a Hallowe'en TilE CORHAM COMPANY, one ofthe ...

tfca a.. ,tiMmi>l elected by a der. Mrs. Chas. Pierce and Mrs. party on the playground 5 p.m.I nation''s oldest" tilrertmith K v

nstwrsiy I. a mtdrurity fovernJiiiiiurSfiior Henry.Higgs. .Thursday Oct 14th. Children in

-- 4-_ .-- -- ,-- costume will bel judged and prizes I"
"given. Hot dogs, cokes cake and I LW t
f ; The highest salaries R I vf
| top in candy will be sold. There will

Soviet Russia go to party secretaries also be a "Witches Pot". Aware fit 1 .-;.. '1 I

,. iIr!:run/ School/ !i police; cabinet generals ministers and membersof chiefsof president cordially, invited annuunces'Subscribe Sarah. Spencer,. Our: first I shipment' is scheduled: to iN' P IIj-----' ]

the Academy of Arts and .' -
ffffffuirfV/i/ IaiiceTb.4elt.ire'srti '
arrive October 23rd and cordially ;
I Sciences. To tee ....
The .
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/ Dance to .
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I IJwII M the Ht.n SrhuuL Saturtey i invite everyone to inspect our k : .. y, 9 L wAr
a : tRg
< .yM will haw an orchestra'e.t .
/ line GORUAM Flatware
complete of
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.I these will be roller. skating.. t.r bell and llollotrare at that time.

r <..i m *:*> p.... for students a

t, .4 tn. staMi .. eighth grades, it U

: a..eAt.aret PffeM for skating and I O JSoiv EnjoyExtension .t
NttiMJ aw ww be a-'u.klf

". dare will begin at 8 p m, I ,
std Maid. wail. be e-4. PTUM will Meanuhile may ire suggest GORHAM
4 ewid it the beet costumes / yfon. Telephone)) Convenience() (
1 .. ..s p'rA else. Silver as an ideal Christmas gift. Ue )

71.. i' Iut e *in charge of the i I i I
I i isles u.. ..._ the general chair our Christmas Layaway Plan at no
i taa..btp d Wn. Earl Yates Work. in any room in your homo

; IN wish .bar are Mn. Fernando 1 I 'e91te1ts additional cost. I

...... des+raterne; Mrs Ted Ca-
} owa. ..... Itigb group, Mrs. s l An extension t tolc|rl4elw) f M Mlrfl .ttlrrB. ...
t,.... Jeel.wln. Junior tONt'lAlMON'Di
and trouble. It HRpr4.N .... ..
.rmi b a..4 Mr L H. Mue.> ev- \ ; yttr'I .

...... se*de group ;i I i and makes your tLhlTltuRf tNttiPe wMINIMN

I W" Hk.. of one as 'jovial as i \ ;i 4 by increasing its I M r r.. xrwt/ii I

I brag b .rn under the planet t's FIAVOR \ t telephones eon new be tRJhll 1 .hiW llrllNrV
Jupiter or J ve, the ,
in aetiology OC10 ill IN 1NE '4 at small cost Yen Wt JIMIf4 wH>* w sell
OF iNE-1AON tNi lAKAGENANDy k.' 4: or come to the} efffee. Jw N.N +wr ..Ii.

CHANGEe fA.ia POLLOCK'S'Jilt ness Office, TJHi

I \\' / OUflLITS < Orders /.r ..... ft A .. ....... ..e .esa Mwse1ef.

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If LIFE ? JEWELERS I! IN AN EMERGENCY ..Aer, .Wr4 ... ... .. i'Sjset&Mh. -

wets .. -1 .---. e.sgi..e.l "-\I'ivMVMI
Lie==g w ea a ntacU.o.l e -V extension telephone at your bedside ... __ ..... K
,. .. .. Mr is usa. I 508 DUVAL STREET An ya ,.t l4i_AwMtt. tdsMB M
.... ,.... ....\... reel a awe.4u. J'"I. I A affords comfort and protection: there sap ... 4. stelae-/br.leiiy/ .. flMBmiA' .*

I ,. r +pt.a\s. 111.4' .T 'o.ifs. "Experienced Jewelers for Three Gen ration PA... ..rtI'ift.

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'HhNl: !>lh",.. OTTOFtF.n: 13. 1948 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN I 1- .I v "I .r I

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l 'UA U r' REUNITED 1 How j: WILL YOU SMILE? I i" NAVAL OFFICERS- ,Area stars World War It Vw- _

Key West In -- Princess Elizabeth's Baby| $Continued 1 i"rora:Page One) I fay Medal. Navy Ocnipati *
[ Flat i! Service Medal, and Philippine
: ted1: ; Northeastern University at i LiberatTon Ribbon with 1 star.
)''ays Gone t I Will Rank As Heir to the Throne:i A-So you've just got back'' Boston for a year'and.while. in He attended Brown university

By ![from your long week-cnd. Feel(I,the Navy; attended Brown Unl-J immediately prior to reporting
Aa .' i iI t I varsity Providence R. L, to Key West. I
nOM rnxsr any change .
''aR I' 'two years. fori LTJG and Mrs. Brigham are //T Stt} fa
THE cmzrii Newsfeatures I
or I n-Not
I! a pensy. ]I I .He entered the Navy In September residing at toe Alberta StreetMore
OCTOBER 1J. 1131 I LONDON-Princess Elizabeth's baby will have to go back ; 1942 and received his' i(

ln 1I1ftI2IIDIIIDI a dt to George m of American Revolution fame for historical precedent {!eldest son the Prince of Wales, ;Navy wings and a" commission* people die fronj falUq
CuMjr. commissioners last: who had been born daring Vic-'I as Ensign at Pensacola in June down stairs than from flying to f

n.*.M M4eted polling places and I The little Windsor whose birth is expected about the middleof .tcria's reign and: therefore wasanother i 1944. I a plane. ; 1
9f"Md rinks and Inspedon November, will be a second-in-line second-generation hi r i '"third" in the queue. } Having served 2 years of over- -. 1I"
for .... efertten NoL L with Composite Spuad[ jt
to be held on to the throne Or termination of me trincesbrief seas duty i
v'sM.. t I. rule as Edward VIII-he ron 90 aboard the
Fat George. who sent his 1 t
4t preferred marriage to a throne STEAXfZR BAY and Torpedo|
r Redcoats against the American IK 81 aboard the U. S. S.1
w. of th* Cuban delegation I his younger brother: I.I.brcugM Squadron
cutest events t. Key Wet to part ci- Colonists in 1776, was the last the preset King George VI to PRINCETON. LTJG Brighamhas
p..* M 13 into de Yan celebra- l i I British ruler born under: identical the throne.'. This kin3 had beena been awarded the Air Medal l,
1am return** to Havana yesterttw I circumstances. fourth-in-line at birth. ': I<< China Service. Medal, American
**, *. steamship Cuba. The Six kings and one queen have' re tE Princess Elizabeth, born during]t .r 5\ : (
COMA ( Juan Bruno Zayas I ruled in London since the death : the reign of her cranifather is
fefl' het IIL of them'! another third-in-line. 7
to return to Havana but of George Only two :
eeae..uaterd. rough seas and high were second in line at birth and -- i W. AGREE!
wend. m the Gulf Stream and ret I both of these Edward VII and .jiimiiuimiiiiniii'iiiinnininiiiBiuinnninmuiuniii! :: 1.
*r*.4 la port She was ordered William IV-were children not r REXAU
%. rmm .her. Wi weather condi-' grandchildren of the reigning HALLMARK* t' .

4 Maea .,( WiterCtwrf monarch. I E s. 11 CARDS ORIGINAL
I George II was born during j t
i Psr. Harry ),I. Baker ret the reign of his grandfather. | QNetrs Q Models f
. purMd. tfce county commission- George IL His father. Frederick: I Fe SALE I
i .*. IM M.M that at least 50 per- Prince of Wales was the eldest 1 O Toys Sundries 1 1a. 1r 1v 1d i
ent 4 the burkris on the wooden child of the king. just as today i k IS THE CHOICE j
WX I haw tfiMppearrd.The commiscion George VI. J r! _
I* replace the buckets (right) But after George succes- 1105 Division Street Phone.31
i wMeh. art used primarily to ext greets his Egyptian sweetheart. sion got rather involved. I q
...... fire. on the bridges. Efthalie Kyriakidou. as he His immediate successor was: t *9 .4. 5 Open Sun. il A.M. to,Noon I
his eldest son George IV who was .
I Mayor WiHard HI Albury yes- steps from a train at Thomas- born two years after the death of HEIR: PRESUMPTIVE- zlnnuunmttuluumam, 'r.rnItnauulNrr,
........ Tille. Ga, Friday night. A therefore : -
t4ld 4? Pulice Chief Ivan i iOwens George II and was a I ?
to Sliest. anybody caught week before Reagan had goneto first-m-line heir. Elizabeth l .oJ

fietag .itM er rifles in the city I New York to meet the girL This fourth George died child. years before the death of Queen ': '
MM***. "'-.JOI' pointed out that but when he learned he need less. So one of his brothers. Victoria. ;-, /. 7 p .; : FOR HOME
wail ah. nUfH Mates a city ord- ed $500 for entry bond he became William IV took over. This William George V was succeeded by his /'. or
........ confused and returned had been born second-in I -
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home. Bond was later posted line all right but he was a LEGALS j ji QUALITY'Printing e COMMERCIAL USE

"rW Weethcr Bureau issued a from Atlanta. It was the first I generation nearer the throne I I ''et"cf'' \
imMma at II o'clock this morn- I tune Reagan had seen his fiancee than Baby Windsor will be. i 1,
lag a**. **** that the tropical dis- in several years. I Then things got complicated. flat: MtTIC" Pr hat:,'TO A< ntFl I S"..>.ITOR.. 119; ltd- ) ; ; I We Arm Prepared To Fttrnltk Tim 1''''
featfeanm in the Gulf of Mexico is William had never expected to be '
flit '

TIIK .OIICT Tilt < Ol \"T1Jt -
.. ......... ioU-ruity. with high- king. When it became apparent II" IX.IX. MO Ml" OK <'OITLOIIIUA. \-. Service i i Clear, Pure CUBES or CHISIIM) tCBTliompson :
114 whetst ranging from 40 to 48 I WILL YOU SMILE? he would have to, he tried in vain *'rv I-state: It..f l'IIOH_\TilIR i'
Macs an hew. I I I to raise a family. So did his I Florence I': I: Thankful I younger brothers First to succeed To All Creditor" and Persons, Ila '. i I II OCTOBER : Enterprises, Inc.
Halts trfcuel PTA will give ain i I i was the next in line, Dukeof InR ."?aims or lt m.lnd"1'\cawi- '. I i

rwei.ewtt. chew the school au- First Spinster It's true ,that Kent. I. 4s YOU! Estate anl each rfon. are hrrvhynntlfKHl You get the FINEST Pharmacy I (ICE DIVISION)
fH4um on October 20. you are going to be married So. when William died. the and rtqluril to present any when you LET US 1114 Division St. Cer. Varela I
Miss Antique crown passed to a young niece. claim and dpnland.h..b \iku. reither TAKE CARE cf PHONE NO. 1 KCT ...r. r JLRestoration
your PHONE 177 FREE
B.etla Mothers of the Key WestJute..rSenior Second Ditto No but I Alexandrina Victoria. At the ofou- may have apaUisttht "' :
: am .e-tat <,f Florence Edwards, tfreaswl Printing Needs . ,\
High School were.M.rtauned thankful for the rumor. time of her birth she was 1. late or said ['ount), tu the Whether largo: or smallwe ------- --_-
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fourth-in-line. <'uniJiidee of Monrnr (vunty.
Friday afternoon by
Florida, at his office ii the court give QUALITY
MM. MMttm.. Sawyer and Mrs. Jeff disaster. This declaration of a disaster Victoria reigned so long her h..usr o' said (''.uaty at Key \\.- K........ area is different from the successors were practically Mori la, within elp-ht.. ralendnrHiHirh.s
from the time the first
one necessary for FW.A, aid No standing in queue. t pul.lii itlun of this notik Each
T.4jr The Citizen says in an request of the Governor or action First in line, the eldest son became claim or demand. shall, l>o in. writiiu ,
and vhall'state the place of renIaenee :!-
before he
rdHiarial paragraph"A : by the President is necessaryitbeing a and pw-t offie ad.irr"s of 1
tactful. wife .U one who a matter in the discretion of mounted the throne as Edward the < Iiimant and shill l.e uwnrn
.W... to let friend husband have the R.FC. directors. In many VII. 10 hy the Claimant.his or her JKenthlx THE ARTMAN\ PRESS
or her attorney and any nurh'claim
KM own way cases they will declare a disasterarea Fate worked it out so that or demand. not co flied shall
for purposes cf R.FC loans this pleasant ruler the jolly l>e xoit novv, pnwAnns.An i PHONE 51 of Electricity
where no such declaration has king who gar his name to that administrator, or the Estate of t
been made for FWA aid The period known u '"Edwardian" Florence. Kdnards. I la the CITIZEN Building
CongressionalCrist I Jacksonville office of the R.F.C. was succeeded by his second iteeeased.aepLrloet.ela2nts4a.. .. i I Ir In Event Hurricane'
another of
has its officials studying the sit- son George V. Thus ,' e '
Mill i uation and if a disaster is declared ""third-in-line" the honors. I .
requests for rehabilitationloans Death had taken the second,'his r I
can be submitted to the elder brother Prince: Albert GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
II ftFC. ,.Victor.. t.Duke- ..of -Clarence- ... eight -__:KLYWESrSON.Y-PJ 1VATE .--..- >" .
office stands to assist
My ready ; '
WIND AND WATER DAMAGE those whQ are in need of federal Emergency Room Srrrtcp, 21.HOSPITAL"1 1 I' ,. '. i
FROM HURRICANE aid. We will be happy to direct Aware CoughsFrem .- .
Q Resident In Attendance I'
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: The' recent hurricane which applications for loans to proper '
i i wept through Florida left in its officials and to expedite consider- Cemmen Colds Day and Nigl.J80llt.Patient areas either inundated with ation of all such requests. Clinic, 3-6 IM/, Daily,
That ,
damage water or devastated Citrus and from avocado wind Except On Saturday mil Sunday When a hurricane hit Key Wr.t, I he |N",rr w*.l lcircuits .M.h1.

i. .**...... for example saw much Creofflulsioa it goes right relieves to the seat promptly of the because troubleto I Q Complete Laboratory and \-Ray Facilities are kept in eertirr' until they aulomalifSiMy. free .4i. ..iM&ehes .

.f their maturing crop blown't. help loosen and expel germ laden THIS HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR from the load hecati of "I irr. being .lilutott I Iowa 4inH
I town the tires. Around Homestead I WAN110 phlegm and aid nature to soothe and MATERNITY MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CASES r -
; and along the Keys, waterftoivied heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial circuited or grounded, or until, the ftilnattoti. .l"eoit.m tie**
the streets and has dam- TAKE A 1' ..QICAIcRUisE. mucous membranes.Tell your druggist
1- .... much municipal and private to sell you a beetle of Creomulsion GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL serous to life and properly| in which! sass all e4rruh tm ..*.
with the understanding must like .
f 1 fwwprrty" you I I moved from ..ericr.Restoration .
the quickly allays the coughor I
4 Fortunately the federal govern- wry DR. JULIO DE POO. Director I 1
you are to have your money back.
._., appropriated in the

lat far. session Just such of Congress to provide TheFarmer's CREOMULSIONforCoughs.ChestColds.Bronchitis! 117 Eaton Street Telephone 611 I I of ricm rr.Its| ....* [thai rack rlrvMil .kr kt*

Home Administration : gpected" in its entirety l lrr'forr the line i I. again ..fH"F..t. 1tHe
'- I'M. fund of $4.000.000 tot 3? I WANT TO .. -- -- --- ---- -- - ----- a r
: the iM i tnnied ain houses and .hts.lnraars .
.ea to farmers who have suffered GOTOGIAMOKOUSOO \ pouer on a nome ie

because of flood or water dam- than immediately receive' .toc-nl., while < lhcr. will IH whitens
agw If the damage sustained was HAVANA.. More improvements you ever sawn
lights because" of transformer trouble drftctiveservice
the result of wind alone the Far- or .larieew, we
mrn Home Administration is auto -
*, t> 4ic* Meat its regular appropriations any new

I ).Ir. Dillard U. LasM r. Adminis- The line ntrive ir settler Iu 4.. llewteeli.
crews to f> to *|pi4< ,
Uaiur of that agency, has assured 601H AT THEME
me that it has funds available to city sump pumps ice plant, hin.ine.. aria, .. tlrrfi1Nlrh 1

mart this crisis He advises affected to- SAc TIME! liCKS food installations.and school u* quickly M* |M*.*ilde. |I. ........
farmers in Collier County !
runUrt Mr. Clemmie B. Williams. eurs&TlJh'AYAHABY STUDEBAKE ("a"'t"8e"' are unable to restore MTV ice to indivhliHtl. .*r .i.i..WitP..l
Pat Office BuJding. Ft. Myers.; '
and to Dade and Monroe Counties 1 NEW 1949 power failures because of the time required 'to rrl.tee malt.
Mr, Ira O Greeger. County 'PeOI? a sensation service. Judgment i ie exercised 'to correct the trouble ....l wiM. .
OMirthouse. Ft. Lauderdale.The .
Federal' Works Administra- 1 across the nation// give the greater number of people MTV ice. Work U Beret .*.**.

twn ran loan or give, ,depending ed on the restoration of i isolated l race of 'trouble. ll 4. e>%-

on to ettM the' .circumstances towns and counties equipment to replace ship his a fan facl'on you your caD enjoy trip to crw Ha.*. --J ri-: td plains why both your adjoining nriglslaora" may bare .Hpln*.

humcan that However damaged' this by can flood only or esea if you travel P&O1!Ocean : vet the house in I between ha. ......... Thi, utility repr. .4. Mari

t.4ne U the. President, at the request hoer S.S. FLORIDA sails from arRr I everybody cannot be the fire to receive nervier anti l Sleet. iuiimone .
of Florida, Miami Monday 1 lad Fri.
Lpraeftsema of the an emergency, Officials day at 6 p.m. arriving i io the must be the last. We urge that |I.Mlieiic. .* lie evt.......... ale

W the F W A have been in constant morning. When yo.'ve lived I every employee of the City Electric: Sy lcm i. lri Ufi, r*. pew
touch with the Governor'sIWbre the Latin life to the full return I I "
and if conditions should be- a Thursday or Sunday oighuBtrtb 'on'Oll" M'nl.-e as quickly and' wifely a. |M*-ibbs

fcome worse a request from theGovernor ..J suds*t sea tndmdtd I
[ and the resulting Presi- J.u. I.
dent's Proclamation would, imwdt.tely Round is year trip only $4600. Tu.. I Remember, in all cat>e... of fallen.wirt- r wkr" lilt pe Jv

av4abk. make F WA assistance See your travel agent for reservations t 1': DO NOT TOUCH THEM: or try to .....,.. ihriu M. I lb.>$ ..e.. .he.

The Reconstruction FinanceCarpuratxm or wriic P. & O. Office. !I America's newest and finest trucks! Out ahead t energized.
make MiamL Municipal -
also ernerCency -
can in time-saving, spine-saving, cost-saving new t :T
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loans to individuals, clues Pier No.
sad counties but first the direc- 1 j 2. Telephone I engineering \

Ion of th R F.C. must declare aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I 'li2 9.7601 I Weath.Mfght new cabs! Plenty of head room, .
.. 7 7spa hip room, leg room! Exceptional new wind-
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I shield and window vision!I. cC. '" i:

-BICYCLES- !! romantic /! ( / New "lifMhe-hood" accessibility for..servicing New sisesiNewwhnab.msiIUuwmtedat! I
I way to 90. W a. -no need to stand on a box! topofadvertoementanew'tonstudebaker

i Repaired and Rented : A.-nt cry d.walst aumaa tsars with automatic "hold-open" stops! 2-ton Studebaker pick-up truck 'DDZlil-f closed-*
l1.nd :.;otemb.e I. a. a: from B Electric
) :Na.ember ... 7. II can.r.ed. Driver-controlled! City System.p
Also la Stock-NEW I I'I Ha\aoaa. ...front Slan.las.brr .
Sense! rrsqn. in and get first hand information now'
f I \ 'T. ...... I"ana ri'.. unique Truck Climatizer heating and defrosting
j i
Is available!
WAGONS SCOOTERS Insight c.....licit'" -Owenail''" : I
.xp..........ic..!t.rg. rain I I 1i

Overseas Cycle Store JACKSONVILLE 1.FLORIDA 169 i
1130 Ducal Street Telephone
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TfffTTfffTf. **?. STORM ." 1
? DAMAGE So betiidt"a pdntin .. emir L d seA
f 'Continual Fmi TIP" Ono) Good Saiticiritaii. 1 $ 2 ,5 9MoneyBell s In) ." i hie sled to, hivsHatt w--lM 11g k.. IJ\ etaa!

which has been disposed: of since ; jt .?* t I Amster4iatwest r ... SRldae ... I the storm is the rt"rH of />',.** Landlady { u. ; .tie!, city awtllori-I Del fill tote

ing operations rather than the ties, M'1,1".... !
rect result of the storm. di-I PASADENA Calir. Mi>a Olive NEW YORIO When: Mrs. An *

By Wade Miller h<'The' to a debris laree from extent the hen"tr> M Brown. 60-year- ld'landlady- tipnette Ljnd ey, 05,. was taken
.. dis-t who was found dead in
J her home to.a' hospital Jfrom her fashionable -
.... a a......................................................... . .......-......._...-........... .. .. .. .... .................. on posed the of disposal and work of debris is continuing result-I recently bequeathed S200O eachto hotel suite for observation:
two of her tenants and
\ Chapter I tabs any of you any longer' than ing from cleaning and trimming out indebtedness totaling $14000 wiped f on senile psychosis nurses found The Beachcomber
mi ht well an tit I have to so well try to,get this operations. The city has not had 1 on three 'homes being bought a $ilk money belt bulging; with
-you M possible. A little available the heavy .
over as fast as. equipment from-her- -
- $128,325 m bill. tied around her 3<
dowa. the bit man said Filipino has been killed back w which is required to r"mwe '
1an17, "We may be around here the last row. probably while the heaT *trunks of treesI' to takeout 1lli "' Waist. In_ the belt were 53 $1000
.looks like mur- other purp ? : f WJf-siu5eclf] ; .ttrtittt' Kant Illetri; s.sMsv
It : 63350's
toe a while ytt" show was on. bills 66 $500s, 300 SlOQ's ,
IMnOUa from twenty der. If any of you know anttfcing*,k the' :jtumpj. ; .. destroyed: the crane tdh,gnjtrrjr' ,Tb*+ft ty. and"others: of smaller .demrninations. .
trsesIt I '
wilting *ub la>d us about right it. I now.appreciate uv. the: interests you telling of .I-, ..* -." w .expected., iioweyiri i Furies be' rtspen&bte'' -fcf' any ." Her chauff"or ex- )
t u prirare plontsty .,hat : "Mrs feaieJ
the theater .*ata, The law and order. :a., through the cooperation of the in couti ; : pldmed: that Ltndiey
occur the of.4.b?crate's after her wealth.
; aroundexpectantly someong
He and glanced was
their voices welled a paused Navy to have available a heavy i "
.*t RUB took koa gaze "Don't hesitate; No,one to'stirred.sneak jit) itt'.cranek.ncxt. weak to oisposftwf i, bpEratipn. 71": F _'k"4 i ..t, 'The English call a freight train THE GORHAM COMPANYAMCIUCAS

looked at the corpse.Walter you noticed anything out of order the'stumps. straighten up trees. To give to.tune is always wise. a' "goods train."
Junes said in the last row., around, the area on !public I.! propertyc a : This ian t. !! .. .
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He paused : ( LEADING SILVCTSMfTM* ftJK He*.
wbe had screamed,- where the body is. expensive. pict'e u equipment 0< -- -- --
Midway back in the theater and cor-egnently will be u.d by

tag IKe to tutthe worry about at "Yes. !a" hand was raised timidly.. .. the city for, 'as short a period aspracticable. THREE HOTELS 'IN JV IAMI POPULAR PRICES ANNOUNCESCHRISTMAS

fcaad. He Mt on tb A :young sailor stood up "My '
..... MM hand name r Bill Davis," he said uncertainly "While the cram' is availably Located in the Heart ol the City
ehoubirr. feb looked .,, to the city, stumps of, trees na '
gratefully Though a Clapp nodded encouragingly."You .private property will be removed REASONABLE UUUMo or t 1
a '1 Hf.-c't1J' saw something. did you! providing it w practicable md for RESERVATIONS
Ie.; e WHr James t 'The youth. 1-1 twisted his-head uh embarrassedly this service; will be chargeable: to with; BATH and TELEPHONE: ; J I
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aar* c4 greater > i
I the owners of property .alh
quirk to .ha bps hiDt Lieutenant.. .. '
erMmnt. behind_ "Whatwas it** Claop-a sted! rata paid by the cit\ Ford 'Pershiii 1 MiUcr\
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I Isttls of hts. fare him patiently. Th sailor held a The amounts charred; will be ; ) TO AKKIVB
e yet glinted under short whispered 'conference 'with | dependent upon the time used in Hotel. Hotel Hotel l
the uniformed next to him.
hair.The He raised Jhi*.man.head. and .spoke I removing stumps. etc.. tins disposing SO NX., 3rd St. 226.N-E. '1st AT*. 223 HE:. lit Are.
hi ftlck of them. Anv OCTOBER() 22nd
( qua rapidly. I citizen desiring 80 RoomsElevator 100 f.ooms'I
hrteflr at them. Me i service cf : 80 Rooms
Randy says he thinks so. too. the this Elevator
uc above the so I.guess'I did see it. I was $lt- I for storm danv.;: r" mim-- S'alanum" Heated: Elevator
"ere fussed over the ting across the aisle from the communicate with the cran-I"I '
pull Til it.want Dec that And State"t gu1-"l1e jerk of h4 indicated] blond the head.and body witha t ment of Public Service. 3 BLOCKS FROMUNION! BUS STATION I. -*-*-

arrvw up the prints I'm pretty sure that somebodywas "Phone No. 802 during .
moved hM tongue movingaround' there just hours this \\eek, indicating what -
5".v* Hi*Jrwot teeth. about when the-uh:-the. lights they want done and their willingness 'nli" ..!ah'iptritt Les cuter \iLPath11Nt .,aHa'"
<* *n,Mpirta went ouL". to city for the BtinUSSSSi fnOHtt nBRttfl
ady** Walter James Clapp ran, a'.heaw hand over cost of the pathe work Stumps on : ''ill). tllrfta; J.....
-Jtt es on the shaky his tanned face. "What of :
Tt Mg detective kind* f private private property must'becut 4 spHiai 15C Hamburgers l I t.Ii..I: .:..1.........* HuHf t Y41 "The The sailor frowned. "I-;-Cm not loose from the root structure
.*soon as sure Lieutenant: just saw. ,it out as the crane will not be used for O1l1tl (;, rllanl'e 11rw ,I'alt.cn1. tilgess. ar
era there of the corner" r breaking loose the stumps or any .
The gut. "Thanks a lot, son." Clapp gave 10R .ONLY 35c
right said him a kindly! smile: The sailor sat .
wiatteM. 1 -w-*-
down and beganto'whisper animatedly ;
...... pleas*T" She : his The Portable Handy ; ; '
else -tweed-suituh. -to companion. With 2ic- Falun. (Ionium. ,.a''' d Ifeloiv60c
big detective glanced at
featrr. ; !said- the rest of the audience "Anv- HOT WASHERS '. Worth for 35c Use Our
"Sorr/. W body else- got anything to 'add C/ii/i Vnymnnt ItlfHt
de.s one out of : No! All right-Crane here will ''Ioohp\Coupon rf loK .. tiring: it In and:
gad leaned forward ; $26.95 and $36.95 .
take your names and' addressesone Receire. DELICIOUS FRESH
tot her with at time. If know' 'If'rrJl/v err Mnnlhtf r"JUfo -
huddled : a you anything HAMBUPGERS : -Ydtu Must Bring
hw She i
ewm. tell him. If Jrou'don't, just ELECTRIC FANS :: in ( <:. ..
Reel C g$1 fas k rptac : give Crane: your name 'address :the Coupon..IDIr' "7. GKee.3
from.. the men occupation and how be can get: in 1 $%. !.- to S 1.95 1IKKC 4S TIME COIJI'ON -l
I body fti not wry have touch to.w\thY9u Then you by can phone go home-if we to I DIJ'-' I9gnteuie. \It uru.K. ; ,1S :3itr Ws4W; .....

.>sa agreed'J'IIII'a1hc** j, bed and you probably won't hear 25c ALIBE' 25cCOUPON
t- rid.. are you"mis? from us again. Thanks for your TROPICAL TRADER
Ntnetsee."suit 1[ cooperation. 'All Jim"
I yours ..
ffoinf to [ -*-
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J : .' :3Sc and This Coupon for 60c Worth
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New Super Suds with P7L7[ &', :, ,_'222 DUVALS'fREE1'Hamburgers BEACHCOMBER

I Good October 13th Through October 17th

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S ifN' Of the thousands of homes protected by CUARVICW JALOUSIIS d."'fl,"f
StAS E' N R(1 i i4. SUOS.1ND NOw r \s- I' last year's destructive Florida hurricane, NOT ONI sustained d.m.*e
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tIIIW cx DRESS E 0EtS t openings protected by CLEARVIEW. Thousands of CIIARVIIW
#- pR 1W1S > ;fit Sl1PER .
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