The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 14, 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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PRESIDENT TRUMAN STOPS IN AKRON .O.. en h-s nud-n'extern campaign tour : ; the llMlli rlli rill. hsyearlbet
Jeans M CWo-ajr. prr i lent i iI who had been.; pruon I.AUSlraians.j paddle with the inscription Tcr.Use_ on F opui Lcans Ony.It.. was'presented ,
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>! ... rMr i,tno drew to a clot*, I jt fetid that the Russians are meet-!t ti ; I rer.i at/ ....... a t>Ae ...... ...
t H..4*.*tt<>a wa uauppQMfi and j jI I i ins with little succor in their ct-I j MAY JOIN I Truman f fI \
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4 ..N1v J.onlt(1'I. lectures given by communists be. ALLIANCE IN.EURQJE St. !Paul M tarlrr.r; .f .. MvC ...
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Thu. MY We..t jtolri.tion. com wire assured; beltcrroedlsOne lbe4HlMV fltf Warl..a tae .>-
w t4 .d (.....-../. Jack ArlenKHM 4 of them said, "Even some CeiifrnI Truui 'li rlnpalConfrrrctl f. I Large \ : Navy Sis. ... &:.=.. trw ..
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... tow ........ fur Key West adopted commurmm' are being Tgday With Board Acts ToOperate 1 Hun Toil.ij I : Told eV1'Lrrrt e/rer i.r.I .Ns-k ..,-..
Win. arlived in Tampa toed as speakers' : hut' they I"'t I .
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r I tort tiiewd.e IIftOt.hnued the believe what they preach. One 1 Mar 11i11-'Mongomeryho ( : V Hmtt.y) (:;'. .... .. I..... dl p .nh
lWapr'M to the final iraiment of of the Get mans, the Russian General: I M3JX..... lilt ... ....
.... ._.'......... I learned had lectured for Nazi |1 I London (,' Iii Mioun. ,.. ..... 1to .
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r Tto ......... of the Key West i ism before the war and he was: INr he A..KMrea. MryaI Election Nov. 2 I Ib 1'ae ... Hanle ..... fcI >
.... war displayed stopped train Icttuiin (urlher."IThe I I LONDON. Oct. 14-It was indicated ( I W SlIlNGTO We t." MM l _li r .M I k.kto .

.to...Nil rMtvetHn ki..v of headquarter the FluTKLjn ho-It while communism speaker explained is being! hailed.that. toddy that Portugal i la about The Monroe County fnnunis-.r lowing the big : ''I. IN...... .... .. ......

r" M the only harrier t-. be kern by the Russians 'as the salvation '.i to jQin-the military alliance: of,the ston yesterday checked |the list! Truman received. ; : .... A 4h"i ,
1 I 'rffctt'' titan DM of the lx.t club nf mankind thr nrion-.*- C .r i|Western European'Powers, now of.disqualified voters ind:prdcrcd}(Paul today he. : : Wits Of ta.- .. -
"communism in action" and it refuted -' ,large crowds in
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publication of. the list. ; i ttlrl "
lieieaak. ., Arks and Krieger what was; being said about France, the Netherlands 'con.>.n. 1
ct ...,* "' On 'Page Five) lU "blessings". ', Belgium The commission also rlrtbe.ferks .. Truman accu !;} ; ; lurijr ; -
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.A Pottagaf general today conferred .in' th vvariojus\ voting! boofh-! in,,;down., li_jny,, ( .
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I.p EUERIIARDTFUNERAL here with Marshal' Montgomery is "mealy : .. t--P:::;
: the cojnomission, selected dared and \' .. N- .. .. .. "I
:: who is In: overall cUmmanner .h. 111rr1a0C.rie.atdl..
the various polling: places and l setup reduced to DELIVERY"T of the I
of the Alliance. ""Bennies, I Yeaai vain ...
the'machinery to record the his dealing in : "
lit I TO BE LATE TODAY one of Portugal's leading diplomats Vote 'The,county recently purchased Governor MUIM "hot I K... Weal ...... lfrr wIN am..
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was here conferring with. ten new voting machines paigning in M : N a ... ... panAr .er
t officais and there will be no.; toru lines pent's home '..*Hjfl. t. wIN .. ...... *. ItoAal M......itoMMIr
IfjirrU >..). Nrev government of waiting voters such as marked 4t: of discussion ... Unfe.*I.... J Panto...ial.
I While no direct statement> hasbeen the two primaries. (Continued ;, Mftarte-.. t ... w. y
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r....... lrrrwas f..r Fred OWM I In Local Polities I"that the British fleet li Being. refitted sari that . eked. Tuesday night ', e a> that itmay Veadily,.ue- zN ...t ..... I gets Mar!
..t BUN wwwel.. will be held at i Federal employees are again |American armaments. Secreti S a : tt/mm I City I
4 M p.t.a4ey from St. Paul's warned that they are prohibitedfrom weapons and the latest advance- Kay Way t
>....!....! Aeia e4i. The body will taking; part in partisan politI |menu m'radar also will conform .. nut t.tellt. via.., ......k ira .....-. ewb
hr ...... to UiwMi f. cremationP ical campaigns. U. S. Civil Service with those devices as produced : .. ol 1ft. n....Ia pal -aart I. a
I.k-.r ,Commission's Warning: Posters I Ibj the United State... ta. .,a rs11tM the. e.ty h ..q. ..... Aw. .... ,
..MW.u ........ will be J. E Jones. ,: have been placed on all oftycmli I I Foreign Secretary Ernest' Bevin I ....., .......... C1M 'kjlla. ... Ij
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.w rlnMBp.. Julius Same of the coming National dec .greedy for more land aril.... y owcr ..... tlw t .he ...... a trat arbdt .
MI < Vtlrtret O \ah. 1 tion, employees of the Yard are I Md Cum II' filly Alt fin
W CMUr llarrk... assistant j urged to read the posters and govern USS Salinan Goes I u the I ... la-- tlr..dmew
I..!," M''....,. wow 'investigated: j' their activities according to I trivet uwt" i 1kM he wtetll into w I-", .. '
1t' h........ fill *flMrlt" said : the law stated thereon. 1 I 1* M, .......... .. ...... I.It I.-
.1. Itiy ..... be beiiev it majacdlent I Among the activities which are To Assist Naval this purl .rllllli .. a .
t t". .. Meer as rather .1! frowned upon are Federal em- I i in ir ir ...... 1hM II .re ailttiaM tr aM1M .......
rhea .ut.... murder i ployee. serving, on or for any political I ... w.1dd. p..twll. etli .. ... r I
.l he huts his belief Tanker In Trouble .
tl.I t1 i' committee organization, or-t I r M wt I... ..
t '1 a.cleh.. .St death on the fact ganizing or taking part in a political MW Mgt I r1-.t-14. aM .rar rl.d tae.M. .
1.-i' II p.Mder.. burn ware meeting except as a specta- The U 8.S. SALJ" AN (ATF161 m. ... ..... .. w ei- taw ..... M -
l I.wa.t ..r1 ibe ....... Urns disn. -1 tor. distributing campaign literature under/ the command of Lt (jg1 W. ...*.. > a* tA. 1' a. )Vs t.elr.l ... ..
..s4 1M ........ had t been inovJM badges or buttons engagingin j SULLIVAN. USN, proceeded last I ._ : ........., ... .. ..... p.
..t |1' whore it wa found time political conferences while on ,night, 6 prn to lens asssi$tsnteI : Knntt I .MN lies fill .r/ ..
t-tr alter he wa fatally duty. soliciting votes transporting I Ito the U. S. Naval Tanker Mission tto t''I| Nora alwari d w a- b he..
-10.. voter: to and from the polls.. engaging I San Carlos: 'I .! .......
t t..... a Crests WtUMnia.i II s: ; in offensive action at the I The latter was anchored five k kf fcMwrraw .iuwts h .h r.s M era t.NwI. t.
J 1 I. ... .t t* ?rhrrit. placeiltrnimt polls and serving;: at the polls in miles south of Alligator! Reef ay ; I ii..,,< !.. : ... .t_ (lesi .t.-.1
i 11w. ....... a cistern behalf of any pt>htiaI: puty. I Li2f4t: about SO miles e u>t-nol th- >... .hrrr ......... rtret Wtrlalla.r ..... I
y ", ur teeir .f Elierhardt home ---- et of Key West t Aqutlin- ..... ...__
I",I '. ... t--.d stranamo : The Mission San Carlo suUt red .. --- -
o 1 .o utd 4ti* tltr fun.Hai. Sued OnWCHlhcr an encmeenng; casualtyvhirh \ : ; r i
1 .....".... ("......It'l l.aslrr- required he. to anchor and re I H toe ..f
i t........ .. ewwja n "r&.nutix tent qu-sst assistance The Salmin will war BII..
I...... use ...iihy. CM printed t Dala) take the Mission San farlo; *. in .\ i it<",
Hanew ..... Mid the boUtcrI low and deliver her to Key West BRADY'SPoultry
i.I MtM a fe-w feet from UMI NEW YORK.-Mrs. Shirley j I. ____ ,
t I.dl', > tmm an m pump .I..wi Seid has filed claim for $7;)000 : |
damage: against the City of New
Tin matt r a jury impanelled .
.,' Ju. Hamhn York because she claims hr-r' Palace TheaterRoy and
? P* nt irc Kvy ; < Egg
.11 1.110 lskMg teet.mon' ..tD father a New York business man i :
Mri< iy. Chark WilPindvr was given inaccurate weather ( Rogers and Andy Devinein SEVENTY.SIX-YEAR'OLD WALTER
".4.,_ ,........... T11., data (Before taking off in a plane'in 1'I Mmnsmiles. l in atisfacticn after making a Iu! i
.....1. Mwi.rd Dual. Laurent. which he crashed to his death. I \ ? Tinip In Vtada 'I realUa tirn ofd lifetime ambiticn.! : The retired I lat+ + t.,....
t'......ti gad Jack A. Saumicr NEWS and SERIAL i cf six. said he leaped "to show the kids I could = .. iBMiJ.
I.the jury : H......... SeI1IIer11r
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M .e .. ./a.wtedlt." la tarO ....r. and Texas, son of an employe of the I I The wandering furnacereplaced w ........
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to improve the bight is good,news for Key his and hisbrother's l Celebrate. Yew '
AD' *lBITIl.a MATE { The problem was solved with 11 i I I
II... K**.. w Ap.ik'.tloe Westers generally andf1 eal' owners of edu the ,aid of the: .Ei hJ.e3y..Corp,, a.I ', :
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moving: heavy: ]
.. .... .. Constructioztiq t.a ;
ity oMt.ary _.t* .., ...haw lt, will bwhUb > '.pier.uCthe ight and Annapolis\ but It once moved rjnstory, tel e- I j' In I
iiljft 4Mst*W. fr M s... .=:.. .*t s>r eh.ixk from the deepening of'the channel: leading to iff .' Burned di.1.:5Ue ln t>lrTW3.'liam I ... ....glr I.>w +. -
MMM a M M I.M*as., rawer t _"'.a.... IIlaU*. AltMEMBER the entrance::not" 9nly \,-ilt'b ielp'Key: West doymtat as 21 as it at a right angle, while:"' employ- ;." : *. psttV .* IN...M.4M *
.. ...... 1.._ and _,t-t. .r local .r es kept'bft l working t'; i it |!f wtMi ..... a ii* w ...
.. .. boatmen but also tourists who.may come I c... li. nh.. old." "
":" ,., /1 elel -.c Y.wt a aa.aro. w f "too En i 4 t The steel shell of the new furnace -,. JiW wasar I 1. 1.n.
here in small yachts or cabin cruisers. tering West Point he was grad was built on a steel trestle ers
I l''.ena .tNM I .. ra 1.e M...
The 18! "natural" uated in 1915. He did not 1 1131 feet away from the old fur.>
I a as s a yacht get the t..T.v'1fn.--the.......
The old kept producinguntil .
one .
basin. :Many a time since the turn of the abroad in World War,I, but he the new furnace was ready ;: .....We4+11 J J' .. rue ........
century have proposals been set forth for more than made up for it in ,Then it was dismantled and they: a" t.4oNw-... ..... ...
@ 1948 World War II. |foundation remodeled. : .......-.SI.......- ...k.t..
its improvement. Some of them were of a I The new furnace then was P ( ) t_ ., ....... tt/dM. .....lN
private nature and few Key Westers advocated WILL YOU SMILE. ? 'moved in, travelling the 131 feet was 1 ...... M P.-. w limo M...
the acquisition of the bight by the |in two hours and 40 minutes.; It old ..... as aa.11m+If
And Thnfs That i was pulled along the trestle over ,The :
city for the purpose of improving it. Sev- j t round steel rollers. The furnace ted I (

9 ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN time offered to post bond of $25,000, were bill, dear!" asked the bank weighed G50 tons, and. was 187 I 1l
I feet
he given the privilege of deepening the teller. i 1 .
I Once the furnace
in place was
"I sent it back to him darling = MMr.diwa .larr I! !
1. Mar Hotel tad Apartments. channel in the bight and construct finger i I'. marked'insufficient_ _funds." ,gently lowered 4V4 feet down;the ____ ___ Vi I
& D Mb aM Bathing Pavilion niers running out from the north side of ;----- -- -
L AlrporU. Land and Sea. the Boulevard.' .
<. CaMotidation of County and Procter Gambles TIDE
.. a City Oarenunents.t. But his offer was opposed, ,by some new makes washdays most "
officials.'As 'the
result of
Community Auditoiium.MONOCHMMI city a publicity

that was given, the bight by him, the city

... subsequently bight, and it is purchased there 'that an the. area proposed in the

: improvement, as advocated by Commissioner .1 j jNo

.,. (Iwt C....lit ar.: Carbonell, is to be made.:
t while. Wuinr conditions: are not Let us: trust that the improvement will i

w 4* they were even a few be started, even on'a small scale as a .

k ..Mhe ago and! there are occasions: beginning for further-improvementg later'

IiI1..I as h *n.*t man cannot meet his on. t

......tfan.. Mill mot of.the time failure

'tit flag ..s due to fomethinj else and none There are about 200,000,000 people 1 ...raaa

..... brut what that U than the credit- ruled directly by Communism; 200,000-. soap-no other "suds"-no other washing product ..- I

........,. 000 more indirectly, and an additional

THE ORACLE 250,000,000 prepare to surrender.are under daily Communist known w7ef/ your family wash as CLEAN as Tide! e 9.r


III various campaign speeches, Gov- There i is: much to be said both for and .

.11a.r l Dewey Han dwelt, on the need for against* the government's direct supportof

111l/n IU economy in fo\"ernment. And agricultural prices, which makes it impossible -

\ flint. mhatcvcr one's political affiliation, for them to fall below: some pre-

lit tirututtilr ewential to the survival of an scribed level. But whether,)'ou are for or F l'ti se ,

.t.n'.attc .,vtero which has done more for against the policy, you''should understand'the ,
amore people than any other-and which is influence it has on keeping the cost of : \ < t

b..a4 ... Individual incentive, erfterpribe food, along with some other commodities, World's CLEANEST wash! Actually! BRIGHTENS colors! World's WHITEST wash'' ft Pfr1 ,
-- ...l. ......w... high.
Tide promises you a cleaner wash Forgotten how bright your wash Your neighbors eyes will pop -
N. nee can deny that the American According to Senator Williams of had before.cleaner that mask when
than you ever prints really are under you hang out your first Tide
pP....I. through their government, have Maryland, the government recently spent wash than any soap or any other of dulling soap film? Let Tide wash! Why, washed in hardest t"6 j enormous financial commitments 32,000,000 to hold up egg prices-and washday product will give >ou. show you! Colon perk up like water,'your white things will be Q,.,
aid national defense and Tide leaves even jour heaviest magic as Tide remote*soap film! uhiter than hers-no matter w hat 9
till ttgn the disposed of the eggs it bought at a loss of C's 0 Ik M l+
wash free from dirt. and a tu'nJ Tide does it tafely. With all other washing product she may Sally .
.MM* unavoidable project And the very over $24,000,000. Early in the year' it remotes ding soap film, too. its unbeatable cleaning power, use. Tide-and only Tide-can '> ,
fcN Mid burden of these commitments is bought potatoes at $2.75 per hundred here's nothing like Tide. Tide's truly safe lot all washable make all these terrific promises!

if tiM HM mfr reason for cutting every pos- pound bag and sold them back to farmersfor

fffcto. Htofccl from the domestic Federal almost nothing, with the stipulation

..*..,... and for pruning duplicating that they could not be used for human .

... .- ...,..-... to the limit.Wemttftthavea. consumption. It bought large quantities of

government which raisins and honey to keep the price high.
t.. iMv..rre itself from activities which And it has spent hundreds of millions to TIDE.GETS

.. .'tt4ltt W. carried on by business: -as, for ex- prevent major farm crops, such as grains .

-e. the production of electric .power and cotton*from falling in price below a -9
OP./11M.t hate a government which will re- fixed level. CLOTHES CLEANER THAN ANY OTHER : ,

i Price support will be continued '
both parties have endorsed it. However as, -E--- WASHDAY PRODUCT YOU CAN BUY Zj '

.....tM<< t*. gHveniment for benefits they those who blame 0
processors, manu- ::
t4Yala1d. provide through their own ,work facturers and retailers for 'gouging the :;:: / :TRULY SAFE :::%

awl. thrift and lor ight. Finally, we must public should realize how" potent an influence <:

+ -.Kw*. a ....tittft.lltnlicy that recognizes that it is on the cost of livingparti- I It
.*Mata taxation long enough continued : ..
cularly on the necessities of life.. So, next
vet .4. ...i *ur development as a nation, de- time you go into a food store and feel like ,/' -1

-r tW r.MU of progress, and court denouncing the operator as a burglar, keep UP
aslteal. iMHkruptcy.A .. that in mind. The government is the most / rrr
affirmation of these principles by \.N V
powerful fixer there is. $?
Has ft.*t 1'mmlem and Congress, regard. vV>

Ira i of the (Mtlitical party in power, isaas.erriry A "king size" railroad dining car 4xt

to the preservation of this seating 24 more people than prewar diners

11rMa.t. has been delivered to the New York Cen-

tral Railroad by the PullmanStandardCar
are repeatedly amazed by: the Manufacturing
Company. The improved -
..-...... with. which atreet corner professors diner will seat 68 persons of the
,... wit the answer to human problems.
It'w.... .N

--- Slt ..f the problems of societ y would I SIGNIFICANT DETAIL <6 bt.r.' 11II ...... tt.rlti
"**H"l..p.e4i if the more fortunate were .. Aiad... ..... .... stlrl
I ; "iiS la.a .11U...
0Mfcer ntererted in the improvement The Economic .Cooperation/.Administration ? \ GUlt\l'\ :: ==
.f l4w .hwM f ,
*rtUHate.Th has something like $2,000,000,000
IS/u1\ \\\ :
t already approved nation{?( participatingin \

l ItHt way to insure better county the, foreign recovery .-program. The la 11ftcl ,
Irv 4 a .la to vote for Amendment No. 1, the funds financed! recovery procurement \111 t1.d t.r "..tis....

Q-.I KMida Amendment on Nov. 2, points eight countries in Western E.uroper, Western I "' .,'I do ev.rylhl ore".. ._ t'f .. N
... t4w Florida Good 1\01- ! yOll .f Y" : : add
Roads +
I : Association. Germany, Trieste, The Netherlands ? : u ad'lO"" ,,11,04 ,"" 0. l.y ;b "
I ko
East Indies and China.It -lure 1fi 0"e P,,Khsi 0 PIr
I i, eeratk Gubernatorial Nominee I is well for the public to keep up : i drv. \ .

1bf111. Warren has invite the heads of with how the money is advanced to the I I '
tl'y/1M.1' and South American ; .
government participating nations. Some of it goes in I b
i ..... M gui rnor of 47& other states to grants which will not be repaid but moct i '

a1/ead. .H.. inauguration at Tallahassee, of it goes into loans. While Great Britain : D/RTiS <90?
I J airy 4, which promises to be the big- and France receive the largest sums,
....... ef IU kind ever staged in Flori- neither receives as much in 'grants I

1 "'"' et ,..notably, Italy.4 as someother'countr'ies i mi WORK* JEXTRiV_MIRACUST_ IFi_HARP WATER OCEAN* 0? *UP HQ WAIIfc SOFTtMWS KHSIS!

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OCTOBER 14. 1943

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Build House 1 TODAY IN HISTORY i LEGALS aitas-sit-as:s .-.. .. ... saarCLASSIFIED' :..

(Kocw America

Around Trailer 1848-(100 ITirATIOFOR 'PI OPOl, TO ADS
years ":0) John C ;
21d ; Fremont ltK % POHTIUor TtiK 'II"'. i iMtlPAl.
start from St Louis <*i *":4(''' AT KJ-'V %VK1viri I

rnmo BEACH. c* f.-MOV. bia drastroua expedition to find .AHCIIJ.'. run "THIS KHPOTIONAMI
..... 14 he** IFWM ... from gyrarw. a railroad route to the Pacific ; MTAlU, .,*I) ".t Til HOf'..... '
.. US4-Country's first Ni-tWC Is: hf'f'.b1I'k"! that the Itiformatioxi ,for the Advertisers
Mr Mrs baby ,
N. Y !ftd Charts
how n"IY C"....!..!..,. is ..,,!lftR' for ......_
A. Pan*** t....&** a let in an **> in Springfield, Ohio.. -begun poMi'a tu Jar a pvrtion ,.f thVunirlill RATES FOil swayi.nw ..& _
ahria .$abbrrwat a .*t half in fun. U,*ach at K.v tVevt. DLA"KI'4Ca.r&. rarmcat r'rAr"\ advert""..
::; fu.i up lD02-Tbe Florida for the r..rtioa of a lunch menta l. inrartahly in advance. bat
,. .san.0iia ar thew trailer Permanent Court of stand and bathhuvre, hr bidder onper. i 'VYf'.J.emeDU .. $..*.... W'u their rf. Arbitration at The Hague heai .'D waktsg gr..nar to operate -J(I I wilt be inserted ... TH CltM>ea at counts nay hava tlictr. a.dtertlaUKADUXC .-
lU first United _"' .. Pr..ou. .'s shall lie mad i she rat. of'(. word for earl 4B- enI. !barged.rt'atuvaTloY. I
tit'aI IN case: States
-9i N hlMMiftc horthtll ver-
Ii In .rcordane. wllb tbs t..nn .f pro- !i I*crtl n.LlIIt th* aUtntum eha/K for
.... w Hi.v b..K a hove ari Mexico re the Pius Fund of pawl tm malCated hr the r.ty sad t the first IS words vr 1_ la he.I To inaur publication, copr tttaat
ate Yourversa e .wthr hallway and California. Won by the United ."h'aln.hI "I 0. 'fice .'f the C t, I I The rate for h44H-klar type I. 3c art be la Th. Citizen offlr befnee II
rwl3Mlwg a .
Manager, City list!. Ii..r sere. : *, and the tolvn ftomrf* tar o'dCM'kII.* .....1.a ** ta. ..,
........ ....... ttoe trailer cum- State 4;I...."' ...N. intrrmt Portia ,shall the first 1( wards U tie. -poblteation.

_..# ...-.0"-. it (rum bew.PL'w 1912 President Th'!adore submit propOiiaU 4.. Mii4 font prj!j

ry ir1.r tw ......-.,. are happy, RoiMieyelt: shot at by a track in Tided l>r ii'. Oij-sealed and In Khali submit !
an enr lt>
Muw'aukce.' C"lF l' mr loet pe o.I i j I Ail aalerta.g t. acceytwl alder the foriowliia; ft'ltkHIa: la ta.
j I .... vest of error In adTvrlUtnir. tranaleat or eMiu-ar4. Tb. CitU.. will be
(.It Hatl. Krnarked 'Ve.t. !'ids.
......- j 1918 Answering Cennanpeace > Prcpnuil for Leasing apol a >> respvoaltri for tb. tIr.t Is.erti.a In fi. .iri< A
.... ... offer. President Wit.\ i Portion of> thf MunlHpal I ....IL." :I 1J.pla Adtrrttirf. for Mt'/ the artoai lawMint of apace cc)ied kjr tha I
part of the adrertleewrnt "where the.error
N.C.c.s. tell Gerrrwiru tu alter their ItO ..1ernnwnt >I All prnposat ..>* arfumruialed .eears. _
aaiC + ; by a 1It""d faith; dfOT>f.tdt in tti. '; mmummmmmmmmmmmummmumummmt
'. no no* one power can amoi of THenf-fh* Ifrt'am and' '
ttt DunS Street again destroy the woild' peace. must be ubmittrd not late* ittsin t,! FOR RENT APARTMENTS j FOR SALE
... .. ,.. .'''II lAlurk P. >'. on lie J't daT ,vfN. _.. .
_' n..L%SE FORCES Ii'IOCRIM J 1921-The Ku Klux Klan tctiftf ..,.-w-t>er. I!"4S. "t'->> tlwu- tier I I -
.... .
before Congregational will ..* ..(.-<-nd rf tr>.ei4ac of to* Furnished apartment, 3 rooou and 3-tedroom furmtbed Mac Arthur
t.=_ Cltv CcmmirtuMU i t.. b* *.M tD j jt I
I Committee -wrth so much re-, ... ': bath Maid and janitor service home Price, $12.000
Th CUr rr.erres tu* ristot ra- easy
) \ ... sultant publicity as to flouli..h lees sal Aft.J a't f.....1'"...,.. I *, linens and utilities fur terms Johnson & Johnson

aa1 ... ... 111 1 IIUII!,, a. lever before.IV3Flnt I u.rated... Ihl, lath day t.f Ort..;_. 'I cished. Summer rates. Coral! Phone 372. sctl-tl

'."' ...... MONDAY 1 commercial radio Py .lyd-r ..f th- **'.r, rommi..ion. I Hots Apartments, opposite Post

t..... .. ..... lraa PMo .**. Writing network estaWjrhed. th: RlNetwork i, \"IC''H .x>svi-i Office. o-jt-7-25lx Gray marine engine t service.
I O tT 41 rk. !I 1 an
Rtroat. Ping Punc.j between New York' t.r-t 1 1l 1Furnished C. R SirJth. opposite Firestone

I5..1 T.biV.. Show1Sewing and Providence It. I. i; i -1-2-rooct apartmem. \ Station Marathon octl-Imo

.... Ma4M& -| 1924-Oetman $110 million < TIIK' 4'1114-t'IV 4-411'UT ..H'l1t.'I'i Utlitks farnlshwL Children i I.1 _
Ctw( ... | loan ube--cribed to in United I, KIKti\lll "I II"',... ... : under 1 year eoocpted. Apply ,
OK Tilt TATK 4IK .. Radiance rose bushes 6Oc'it"h..
1Ma9 I'M ieM States in a few minutes. 915 WindS Lenc. i ii
P.u.SPani.h. !I IX ti> Klllt M4IMI4IK .n"'j octl-tf ii Freemsn'a, 1121 St.
1933 IN lt\CiiM. 1 Catherine
B.gbfiwe". Germany quits the I .
... ,. i 4Fournpartments
c ......... eta Bmilde1'1Inttrurtor. League of Nation.;. ( i1-5i.' '! ott3-Ztn
I in Ce: IPT tie J 1942-Aircraft carrier "Hornet" nxlr.isitatiFiix: I
?lyd MINOK. William Street, ortS-25tx |1 ;1949 bar license. Apply 1018
TUESDAY substitutes for Henderson Field I .
I I\...
tK PI MU4'TIU I Division
it1.II A M.-'tma. fur Navy'l in the Solomons the airport being '1:0: !!"'' n ,'r-iffm. I: two-bedroom 1Furnished' !oct9-6tx

WW .. in bad Rp.idenrt I'uKnuwn. 'apart-, '
.t U. S. shape.1943Last i
) ft i* hrrtbv ordered that yon arerequired menu Children accepted$80 1 Baby Grind piano. Starr: excel"
BBowhng AJly..j. issue of Army':| to aptH-sr ..a th. 15th day
plus utilities until Dec. 1st. lent condition. Piano .
..... Taner.
po mm*-w.vjr Wives, Aw "Star and Stripes" printed in era X -hw1p. + l> f>rr the
tin*i above .ntitl>d ('..ur- t.. ih .III.1oI) $9'7.15.for Je wp. Furnished 907 Division,'Phone 825 1.I .
-"'&. U !*. Navah1i. .. I j ror401.11..... (lied agiattiM
a... r..oL ', 1 944 President Truman ends ..... a'....... ...'ita.-,' (........,. sod you tb.Ker (M. one-bedroom apartmcot, couple j I ..nct l-btu
I Wret Itlz..n i. h.rehv d.e w.awl only. $55.00 plus utilises.Phcna .
"'MV Naval all wire controls on meat. j .. ,
H".pital'any a. th' n I" wblcbIhII White '
wpotwr mornings. 1185-R. : enamel $:. S. Outside
jointly with I 1947-Second "Meatless Tue .. tram e'tolI h. pIlirh.d, .
....>*rra Red Cress day better observed. ; a Wrtol y.-et fur. tour ....n'UI iI'" ,......... I oct4-i6-2tj:.I white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per
"r the ifon 'r.bte Aq.rinol| i gallon up." garden
C2Ad IWtday i lopex. Jr.. a* <><>. wf tkv Ju. of
<*ii ; '
:... P + S. Naval till thin ('..,'rt alert the 'v.l <>f ib'at I Efficiency apartments for cou-| hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co.. B.Q
< in '''e "1"\ of Ivry \\'"F|, !i pie. ,Apply 923, ,White: Olivia, Phone 1537. octl-5t:
EMrHaiflrre to the. What's .la Doing : I IItoJS tISCl. oet14-3tx
W..... (1r( Tues ," Marine
.. C i\.t-R. motor 85 h.p. "Chris-
4'art.WCDNCSD&Y. I at the : "''crk O-r jil I '
< *V. rt Craft, with 2 to 1 rtduction
Attention renters! 2. all-
I Monroe iountFlt rM.v. !
f M P4M.-I1 xe9 P U.-Billiuda IP.c ARMED SERVICES iy ,,.I. i .a'b".n' "..tI"..... electric furnished onebedroom1.aparunents. i gar. good condition. NccdUne
itrnsiy r.rk : manifold. Motor at Reee
Pan(. WritingwSewing Y.M.C.A. -., ".:!I. ":no> '.'.U'tC. One block from. Bros.
) MaMlM Jackson Square. Whiteheadand stores and laundry available'to : Garage. $19000.

....... Southard Street I \UTII-K ...' I\,'ta'I'''.\ .T... ......Ii I happy people who appreciate' ocil-Q!
m.es3 PM -1..1 Patl.nWPartr. '..urwr-NtA.IIIIDllllUllltUUlflIIt i AM.11'Irleo't t ItLH101'Hi.H.d pleasant surroundings A landscaped -- -
: i 10:j htp. Evenrudc 1943 engine.)
I'b4Nng Joint Probate Las 1933: > secluded garden for
11, ft. skiff excellent
MONDAYt ) plywood -
..tfam. N.c.c.s.- Is'NI KT 4tK Tilt: 401T- your leisure hours. \ Call
Y.M.C.A. and Red 9:00 P.}{,- Juke Box Dance. \ JI tr.eb " KF4TIUK" .
.KMJilll\ j sold separately. 33 'Rest Beach
QI'atIiM .. 9:45 P. l.-"Truth or Consequences | tPiolits i.". t
.. .... Phone 1529-R. oct3-3ix
Quiz rr (be : > fi
PM.-.vv Wivee' Phyttie- Show. u\\vntx.'.; dttrTrI11:. I:. Furnished apartment, adults. nogpets. ,

11 iltrrw Claaa.4N i'e<' a"*d. j Conveniences. $65.00. 800
10:15 PM.-Dancing continued T- .':' ""hn.. U Mar Onivrtz: sq. hard bircnwood t' '
s Club. 1214 Duva Street.
TUESDAY: t K ,tMtl* .!"fot.J' ,i\n that Jajr- Telepbor" t i :. $35.00, Contact Tony Ar-
1 ". P at -80.... CUaa. .. ..
!\t:*n Ha \i ba0 his 1003W. .
thur. 419. oeU4-3t
9. .M-'MU INs D...... 7:30 P.M.-Shuffleboard Sessions final rtpo-1 u" Hxerutur of the ..- oct2-thurs-eat-tue-tf: Phone
on the patio lair. of .La"" r""..... h>.r tin.., dr-
THUMDAYBac (Supervised). -afcrfti-t he *>.. vital his -tl- 25? Listerine, 19c. at Poor .Old
!tM P.M. : tinyfor
final dim-hare, and
Pad that
9.60 P.M.-Little Theater mi ., ".!. 'w I.* Honnrahle FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Craig, 101S White' Street
Nary Wive RArrwonH.. f-..rd. Certify Jc ..f AND ROOMS 14-ltx
..... RM.1.= P.)!. SawlnZh; Group Reeharsal ?<..,-..,- ..'.\111.\.. Florida, on Kf the'XUI .
N.tunr. .tI | Service personnel < dar of N'orfo-f e-. 11111 for .
Tptl.rit. welcome to attend a.._ru.mi ..f* and /.r final *. Wr+tta r. ; ... .
; rm a Fxoovtor of the estate oft
Sliowvr* | anU take part). 'n "-_- ..",,. 4_...- t- Street, has an efficiency apt
FRIDAY I. WEDNESDAY: ratan on tbU llth 'Jay of OrtoIN and several'sleeping rooms va-;! 1946 P n\ e.8 Station Wagon,

J. rUL-Jj-JtUOl+ Lx. Navy'R 1:00 P.M.-Hospital Fish Trip bn.J: :;;Et' WJI.LlAlI JLSK.Sx. $." cant. Low weekly or monthly.rates. ,{ undergoelTno ru!t' 1215 CathoclllStx-
a. reed"'"
.. eRrt
I -n.tCA-KC'CS-Re i. rentl r the ";"'''1. lit .
... at flap iew Circa. I j La... :rr"r'.,-- c1.I .-.".... .i
PulL I oct r(-I-ztnvr.l.t,U, 1
: 7:30 PAL Best offer takes 193S Dodge
ShufCeboard se-
1 ,'M .M.-PrMatal Char De-; Ses- ) FOR RENT-BUNGALOW
1 sioia OK the patio t dan. Good tires. Apply after
partawnl of health TIIK ClIiftlT T4II UT SIP THB
IfMtrortor. supervised). I KI.KIKNTII Jlllfl\'IMCf IT I Two bedroom bungalow screened > 6:00. 323 Whitehead Street
j OF THE STATE OF Kl, inillA.l .tl l-tf
9.00PM"Ye Ole of
| Country: porch all electric kitchen two;
0 a/ A.M.4 4o P.... StwtafiTypewriuj \ ANI anti HONBHITOI"\ '
Meehitlet i i Party", featuring IV CIIN TIH. T".I car garage, beautifully" land-
Square Dan ring!: I'>.e X.,.,,-? >3yri'lmtCi scaped. No pets, $125.00 FOR SALE-SCOOTERS
4W Writing Room. tW'1'TuX.I __
: Liu i
Virginia; Heels and'i month Dec. 1st then l
t3Auwm.0M J>'.lo"ff. to on sea-;
tul-ba.. 1kctltatraI i Irish Reels etc. VK 1'1\nitcRonnrn I I serial to May 1st: Paul's Tire 1946 Cuanman motor: scooter
THURSDAY JI.JZ.fTU UJ\JR flt-rToX. Shop. oetltf'FOR Perfect condition. App 516
f%>'rr other FraJfiy.t 1.-.14".
{' TM PL-3f/0: P.M.-Classes OF riiu.M-\Tio\ Catherine Street after 4:30
aMIorr..tHaC ..iUt the1 '
in basic photo i l lt T<-; .-KMialih. JUalr 1'uiton. 1 REIiTCOT'l'ACESr o'clock. octl2-3tx
W.. Hat Club ** trees I I .
t irephy. j I Tlrtclnia. I --
.ncy. '.SO P.M.-Dance. John Prit. \ .ft*% rcQuir to appear itn Furnished cottage hwater. Infant FOR SALE-MOTOR BIXESWltizzer
tATURDAYTraining. th<- Cut for r>irc.r.-. ft'rd against !I
rha-d and h I.n.tN Y'" In th- .h.yl.< ) "'A'I'! on I
,as rhestra. Vocals by I t r before the 8th day ? .scrmher, I Yards Street u rtairs. | motor bike, 1947 model
PM.-4.I0 t"\I.
r.U-Drnau" the members off I i j. A. I.. 1S4V others ix alega-.? I!I, oct4-3tx 1 Good condition. 126-C Pcm-
fonnn Showeri. Una titnininrd therein will !> takj j ;
8t 1 the Theatre : ; ciana. oct 13-3tx
Group. cn a* r< nffs 't.lN .
SUNDAYCaKttfmiiuen FRIDAY! I >n.- and II t KrY We.t.FI I!f! Furnished cottaga. 1606 FlaglerAvp. -- .- --
14t'o9 Breakfa :
nda thl Cth Aiy uf ffcfber: A. } '
1:00 PM-.Variety Nite ? II. 1)15. Apply 302 Caroline FOR SALE-MERCHANDISE
... White Hit Club. ;
Bridge Pinochle.I (Cirrtiit Curt I t1t..tx'FOR
; Phone C57-J. o
8. ft. Naval Bjf "
St > R..e O Riarrr.
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Movies. Men's hat made to your specialorder'
I Clerk nI Circuit Onrt.
(2nd SunJay).
SATURDAY 1 t: Kath: -n Skoilasrr.J $3.50 to $1500Send
I .. P U-Pirtuc at Swimming 2:00: P.IL..Town Tour" :, >rp,"t> t'ierki AND TRAILERS size, color, width and style of
Puol. Wiener Roast Enrique KMcinaId Jr.,
photogenic Key brim. $3.00 deposit on each hat
'' Attornc for Plaintiff.
feign up in advance West (sign in .,d.1;I' ...... .:-l..JI.: .Uts Nicely furnished cottage irat>r required. Catalog free. AL-

-- vance at the club. LIED CUSTOM HATTERS
farma4ieo | or comfortable sleeping rooms ;
and .
housing an. 7:30 P.J.I.-I:30 P.M. Voice HELP WANTED TEMALE 50 588 Lenox Avc.
t.. re.1 i j at special "between season" Dept .
qtly cording N. Y. C. 30. oct4-lt
t I rctes at Young's Tourist Reit, |
,, ':15 P.M.-'Iovies. announced I Mother need extra dollars? The '
lafchtiiina ,. '' i, 1721 Flag er Avc 1172-J.
tfMpa, r.ppiland at the flub. 1 big earning season is here for octl3-ifp FOB SALE-BICYCLESMan's

milting parfcaiM., railway c" 10:15 PJA.-Second show .1 Avon Representatives. We havean --
"... """ .. lund/v pick-up- '
,I same feature. opening for you in your FOR RENTHOUSESVery bicycle balloon tires
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ta defenw
community. No obligation to) $17.50. 190Q Staples Ave
aatl iAeif .......w...
':45 A.M. I
Java Club. inquire. Write Mrs. Smedley, nice cool one-bedroom oct4-2tx

/ MRS. K !S. COUGHUN.Executive 11:00 A. L .-"Go To Church I I P.O. Box 1101, W. P lm Beach I house unfurJ1is d. Applv 620

Secretary :i I Parties." Fla. oct9-5t: Elizabeth. oct3-4U FOR SALE-BOATS

KIM HILDA CASTILLO, i %:00. P.M.-Classic Hour. an. I

Secretary. nounced at the Now is the time. The big Christmas FOR RENT_HOTEL BOOMS 28 ft. commercial fishing boat.

-- -- '' Club. 1 season means big profits I 9 ft. beam. Now Kermath marine -

TOJUY'S HIHTIIDAVS 9:00 P.M.-"Fellowship Hour for Avon R Representatives. Overseas \ stew Cofj i engine. Very good condi-

IE.... Aw1eaA.aL Chaplain French train you. Write giving home I, bar. oc %-26t; tion. Phone 483-M

with Beatrice Moreno address to Mrs. Smedley P.O.1- ;; oct4-3tx
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at the piano.' Box 1101, W. Palm Beach FJa.octli6tl. FOR BEKT-
+.s..Aat ..1 c.NuJ..u Umver 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. I BUSINESS PLACES FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS

atilt, tea 1ft Dt'rtnhtan. Texr.a' ,

iiiidha II ,.... age."Naas GAME ROOM-Cbinese Check-, Secretary for Chamber of Commerce ; Restaurant all equipped for Dodge pickup truck 1939. 4-tc.n;

.. WeHN ul Oxen Hill.;'era Chess" Cards, PIg Pong j office. Local residentdesired. I" business. Apply Horseshoe panel truck. 1 ton. Good con

Ja ._f ML. eawwki..retary III state Pool. Writing Desks. Library.]i Good typist e!-tential.j Bar. 802 Caroline. octl4-3lx.; dition. Reasonably priced.I .

) .J. !(... he Mew YIN k. 54 years MU.N Current Magazines. Various Ta. I i! Apply in person. ocl3-4t I .'I Cabrera Wholesale Grocery.

......... ..IHMI Arinuur. f.nivd rdirtdtea I, bl* Games etc. j WANTEDEMPLOYMENTPlumber's :I l Large store for rent. Re,:,on- 423 Front Street octl4-3t_

) : ...,..... .. a..n in England (of{ INFORMATION DESK Tennu able. Apply 923 White Street.

,. ..... A. aaiya pinta. 61 veers &go. Rackets, Golf Clubs Fishing |j helper truck driver.i! evt14.6tx FOR SALE-HOUSES
1Jir. Frank P Cameras. Checking helper, maintm-I I -
Graham pre i- "j i carpenter's
* edr ....
.'St ... tfw Unrvvmtv ut* Ninth Film Service Mailing and ance man. Permanent i' iilent -; GARDEN AND LAWN ; Waterfront home. landscaped, lot

r 'gigrOtfTf ....... ....... nod .tur .min.t .,,Wrapping Packages. Receiving : Phone 323.W.oct SUPPLIES ( 50 x 100. furnished two bedrooms

.+ ......... burn in Fayetlrvilk. Messages Stamps Railway Ex. j 12.31x two bath electric

H. C. t] years ago j press Service. I -; For )'our. doe quadine one hand 1, kitchen. Bargain for quick

& Lail i uI Twringtwbai ; SHOWERS. i I MISCELLANEOUS ; spray. Also Sunday shower. sale. Terms. Owner. 2313 Patterson -
0..... + '. nuthur-artut TELEPHONE ', Kills fleas and.tick Dr. CIa)'.' Avenue, opposite Yacht

Bell tn Spring fld. 0...... 55 LESLEIGH DA VL I I Washers, irons, vacuums andfans ton' medicine for cats. KeyWest Club

>.. .*.. Director !' repaired. O"BTiaat Phone11'14M. Garden and Lawn Supply r'i oct2-sat-taes-thurs-tf_

w... Wuudruw WiU.n. widow GERALD PINDER. I' octl-tf'< Co., 914 Fleming Sheet, Tel.

0* ..........,. b.-n in Vu.Wyo. ,' Program Director. 1019. ortl2-tf j FOR SALE-CABINS
71 >*." ago Secretary.I REFRIGERATION -j f AND TRAILERSI
Kadwya co4iir-Jte WANTED-SALESMEN j
)Mr4s1e *, I
6IIta IA I'bltaklpbbl." 41! 'l"ilfJ Desk Aide I Immediate service. domestic or -' Cabin and trailer. Completely

ag+w 'I II commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration ;-1 i Man or woman wanted-f or.' furnished. Reasonable 1.u\

U...... Eo ,- i:" ) C"nullinp. Ii Service. Phone 724-W; Rawkigh business In City of selL Phephf, Mastic Park

!'.ti, s..u..r, Irfurr. lain m1.i In proportion to total popu.bhOA oct9-6tx!i Key Wflt.l experience needed ; vctH-3tx

Va'4 at any time during the past to start. Fun or pat timei
+lige. ...... 54 years agouAlUvt
K. au... nuuttrr ol til00<: years or so. Argentina has STORAGE i Sale easy to make and profits WANTED TO BUY

)ta44 tm1l G,....., twin Rurhes-;i halt the largest number 91 imi- -1 large. Start immediately' .'Write I

W H. Y, N year ago. !; grants to the New Wo ld.i" lied Brick Storage Co. rurnitureor I RawleighV: Dept FA;-e80-l>>0. Water tank. 200-300 I.liona-

Atoms were first called molol' commercial. I'2 one 79$ i Memphis, Tens.oetllla14120Z1x} nacity, with 50-ib. pressuie

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PI4O11 The Citiitn O :ic.- 51"Family 1. Gerald Baker, ui the 'u. S. Fish ?trw a w$ W f

t S. Rsildance-g62-A .. !and Wild *afe"Sei ricer and mana- t ..1iAa AisMStsretst I ... A ,

ierot..Ut: -'South -or. .:tlit ""f..- -.. t", .'
s 9filMIp111ItIlUllIIll 111illlYt! ,I UlR1W err y tti. eysti.rma
will.:-speak to the Monroe County .
to .s a .. .. "
-taetR billelst # tlaRwr
Relations DisctsaecI=By PTA Audubon* tomorrow at 8 Ilw.. so !a.ipt.ta Litlit .
n.m.; in the.Woman's Club Build-
0 _.s b. /a..rMMKsIM 11er., s
'Of Division St. School:tuezday 'Niahti :: ...
: ; jsxAaf sound iilms. "Wild 11w Darr. sa 4 -
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Parents must hcTp fit their thank/the.electricians for. th 1 Jr'''Lie,1rAlaska" and "Bird Life in by tto AirM.n r 4ltti! .
* < (1work th t'1Ver Souris North, -- --
in 'placing temporary m Md. + :, show iri coh&IKiBaker'sr ... r
future in the world, Mrs. Wile.r -
1. it> he1iniiur"Harvey. president of the? tension, wires! ins. ..h..auditnri41 nettiU5 1th' talk:W.. Carolina Tit VOn t -.

'1' Key "West Business and Profes-i sri that' \tiP. >ieetinJ'rjr-M E;4Eotvh; pripcipal of theHirmSiio wM -.

iidna Women's Club, told mem-1 f fI. held 'nt night 'as,'originally4 l_ Will operate the, movie --
pii fet4or.Mi't .. .. I Divorcee j w .
bens of "the Division Strict | nounced. \ J.' .. '* Hfi -. -
I nieritary School's Ele-I FnlhWing e + .;/ ;;Baker appeared:before the SINGER EM BiaptM.p .. ,
icrs Association when she discussed Mothers ton rtAf'Mai4tPttna{*Jf t ijd b Society y .a year ago and .ra .......*. te la Baa .. -
Family Relations" a; guest ;. student. the>rhpoToXirjn* thin J was'received most enthusiastically. AIres .. stag Utlc rlc ...SU>*M And PaniWIT ... ...,.,.. .

.,The'society announces that the Opera -Da.e. ----
speaker 'at a meeting Tuesday membership drive 'abdTT'a: "shortc
'; publiciV welcome to attcni thismefttipg. ---- tbLUIt/DIA $ C.w. ......
night: < scussion r''neerning: ;rpairtn '
"Do not make your child do the storm:=dasnagi d intif-dine iMdies Had .... sit!! ....earthbt.oee tlsast

things against his will," Mrs.j l.v' Prnf;.ssbrE>rl -,J.:' fhmjTtcm.} Gray Hera sdc .....

Harvey continued. "Interest can-1 f Mri. Harvey was introduced; as County Home Luncheon ew *. I.Meta.
Monthly Far tie hs.a
not be forced. Be generous with guestspeakerr.- ;" : t.- .s''ar7--

praise and sparing with fault-j FoJlowin her- .op ning't re- tjbr-Aged Needs Session Yetertla j t.. awe..T Thai ..t .
-d etwttrlsihst1. -
finding. Moot important of all,iyou riarks..hirer.lfarvpa: -rjFjiWtedthe -
child's interest trentE i tJroh ,tta. ,t.. aa Ir ....-
must keep tlfaur' '
your ri that
; 4Boo"'CllSe'fhit ;The Gray La4i. land .....
in his family. Constantly, will "inherit youtwrtd1 -She
'. :' monthly lum-heun meeting .! aWComnussionod .. /rr.b ...rwadq.ete.LL .
reminding "a child that he is partof saiHL 'The future h*>Jon; tp_your Gray Ladies, in their visitst -

the family strengthens his selfrespect" children. and thev belong to the Monroe County Home forthe i Of rkcn Mwav Port _.f'

YOU. Fit your child in the' home Aged, have discovered that Taylor, yesterday. Mrs. Nisi LM a
.The meeting was held at night for. its future in the world"' ,r i .
the ,Henra. has no book shelf on was hokts, and pecW wed .. .
rwaa1at .
alasallow to It > Mrs. Hart all S...
fathers .attend. Otherexcerpts'frir, m which to. put several dozen good r
( Mrs. Carola Nettle. .s.esrti.e wrttsad dr .
was opened with the Lord's vev's discussion follow: ,boolu' owns.1t. add sit s.**.
Prayer and Flag Salute. Mrs. C.f "Let your child''offer .su<
a;trSafB- B. :Curry .e terind on her] tions .- Do not ,persuade"' fjelo. U anyone has t bookcase ter. American Red Ct*f. attid satlltlsttla/. e..

t second term as president of the threaten your child .' Friendly that could be donated to this Mrs. Ilarwood wu ........ Me- twa. -. 4
.organization presided. ( interest inspire-'copfid"" _. ,. wojtojr causv/Ua gesture would: retary and treasurer .-- --- .......

Minutes of the previous meeting -, Let vou child be self-reliant, be"greatly appreciated.: Mrs. Clif- Hight WM appof t'4 ....... Mr WOVT IKftti ......

were read by Mrs. Archie* They the 'children: should ton Ev lU. GrayLady chairman, November. ..

I IJobert-5 and Miss Miriam Carey be required and maketheir announces that anyone wishing to Other Gray Lath,. w... ...... ..

gavethe treasurer's report. Mrs.! 6wh"Hec sio" iv U r rt rint: proyide such a wok case may call Y)onncr Baillori. ..... 1c : .... .

Roberts and Miss Carey also held the wishes ft v quteRtck destrovsconfidepca3 her at 3 2-W.and she will arrange A-elt. Anne Carleten. Js.f --. t'. .

their respective pffices last|.lt4 t. :: T"itu1r-.rlt"- for the pick-up and delivery of it. I Emily Goddar-J, ...

school year. yeiob mentally asS;"wj .ly'yvsically Ruth Jackson. ,
In the absence of its chairman.' ; ; ct;lldrfn rc ":tti t rfof :Florida -

Miss Carey read the membership fretpnhaP'lpl : .: ::i' 'hestrain .. Riviera Night'To I

(: )tnmittee"i report on its drive i of' keenidq:.a.-co'ild-on the I: ....

for new members and 100 top, to" safi1fy.'Nents.often j II Gongress* PTA ilavt Raffles ......
cent sign-up of all old deprived .thai child of necessary ..

Five representatives were per-I' recreation *. ". Letan average [Meets Nov. 9.11. A committee of moat attractive ..
pointed by President Mro. child be an average child .- I 'c
ladles has been gathefH to nffte
TAMPA Oct. 14 (FNS) The
to attend all meetings of the i! Often Barents'expectations' are I ; .
off liquid refrahmento" at
Monroe County Council of the too high and. .hui.the child, suffers I nominating committee's recommendatvons .
: for ofticers to be elected gala"R1Y t'ra Nifirt" b im iligirt a
PTA during the ensuing yaar.! mentally. ,and phvs c"aUy." : at the convention of the Flor- by the Officers Wivw CK Saturday WOMEN ,. ...

First meeting of the council wills' In elosing.IKs'Hors_ ?X .said. ida Congress of Parents and October 18, at l*.. Commissioned ... .
he held Wednesday afternoon in "Don't leave God.out 'r>family
Officer Mess Vt T
Teachers, November 9-11 in West jrlor. wsa
JuniorSenior '
the auditorium of the relations A'hapovfarnilyis but
; Palm Beach. have been announcedby This annoum'ftlWftt WM wit .-'
High SchooL Members| an earlier> Heaven'. Mrs. S. E. Horne, Tampa chair- by ctxhairmen of the ..... cwm- NERVOUSCDS" ra .
and friends of the Division Street j President Mrs.' .Curry 'an- mittee Mrs. A. 3. BamiMiOT awl ..

School PTA are also invited to' :pounced that in' the future all man.'Officers in group 3, three ice Mrs. Y. T Toulon If totitui-m***....1 s-,
attend council sessions. I jTfce meetings of thc ; chool's, PTA .
Members of thw wmmiH are gas twti t.e" s.'"
will be elected at this : :
presidents, .., :
organization voted to would be held'at.rught a.
.: coming meeting, and those proposed the Mesdames Thomas Seafcrwtk. d ., '., 0 ."...

-- '--.----- .--.i- -I -by the nominating committee Douglas Terry. Alex ender Hus _.. l'j- _
.- -are Mra. C. At Salsas Jacksonville band. Walter Small S. & Mann.E. ) "

I Navy Wives Club iVo; 88 Elected directing department of L. Beach John Dulan. II'j rY..... .. o. ..
(I education: : Mrs. Herman Heinlein King. and the M ssn Anna M u ;

Officers At Meeting Yesterday=f j!Homesteaddirecting the department McFadden and Gloria AccvciZl .j imuwwtmmiC I- a

of home service: and Mrs. ,-"- .

Officers were elected by Navy Wood will be divided between j I George Hanford, Leasburg. direc- .I .-

Wives Club No. 38 at its monthly her and tha,vice-president. Mrs.Reynolds ting the department of health.

business meeting yesterday *:00 until a'publicity':chiirmah .- The corresponding retiring vice .
in the N.C.C.S. Hall, Duval presidents ttF Mrs. Edith McBride -
p.m. can be appointed. ;
; f Cameron. Gainesville; Mrs. .
street This election was postponed last The cub;'which;'w U lab:ate T..E.:Clearjs Newberry: and: Mrs.l NEWS'STOMACH s

ifint birthtay.the fourteenth Rob Roy Meador. Clearwater.
J week due to the absence of several II
members at the special meeting of \hi: month, plans ta combine

held for the purpose. the installation dinner fog its in- C Calendar Of 1 t

The newly elected officers fcr J coming ofbcer'sV'wiifc birthday:
the coming :year are Mrs. Vera! dinner for the wives:&nd their Coming Events \
Wood;! president; Mrs. Jeanne I husbands.The.dateifor'these t remomcs 1 AILMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS

Reynolds. vice-president, Mrs. is still: cot definite;, ,but THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14- I RHEUMATIC PAINS ARTHRITIS, NfUftf NDrU91css I

Frances Schimmeyer corresponding '\will be within-,itft next two Hallowe'en Party given by wes- sad aura .. $..a Z.-. ; A- L w zrL
and recording secretary; Mrs. weeks The tinge ..' ley House Woman's Club S) terra d vicar,:, L.cyt:, wee : e, f .

Helen Cherwa treasurer: Mrs. announced later. ; -, p.m.: on playground. Every- Health l.ft ll4snttaH.wsis.

Kathleen Abenante parliamen- The club U also planning a ot>e invited. NO M.\1 ICR .... .... yNrase .: ..a.a ..a d :&

tarian. and several oth'cf events for /Bingo in St Mary's Parish Cen- i ft.!.Qtr..; teas ........... .l4'.ss..- .-::1
After the eledion3.he presI- this winter, ItS well as :much_welfare ,ter, beginning at 8 Spon- kidI' aII4 rlwUe dM ts.s. .- .. ''-. .._, .' -
chairmen and Social work. Itu ill also p.m. and what drat y.. bate ttw4 be- .._ .. _.M" _. ,_ ...
committee -
dent appointed : .s red by Catholic Daughters fare. ;.. cut. R. b.p. far irllrlif w t... -. -
these chairmen to serve for conduct another class on prenatal of America. Holy Names Society 7*y' take r.EU.MI\i U Httk
four months. at which time new i instruction;, with Mrs. Vivian and St. Vincent de Paul Le e? eyes hlK the rr*.JU Sete.
chairmen will be appointed: for AirJes x f the. Monroe: .County'Health Society. Cash prizes. J alter ym Mart. fhfmM takM M.DBfCGISlH.
four more months. These are: finance Department as--intructor.I American Legion Auxiliary ha: _k.. (:LU-a11'il.IttL II r ..nfraot
chairman, Mrs. TheresaJhilxton t Several lectures arEl planted en Regular Bi-Monthly Meetingat the earth-M ahl"*'. Uh-*.

; hospital and welfare |matters pertaining child care. 8 pun.. in Legion Home. lee,..t.a&.1.\0.. .. *. NO ..1e.h.l. .
chairman, Mrs. Sue Irvin; pin !with important speakers as guests. '. Stock Island. aiiatnb-4b....... rant rvMaM
'"ehalrman, Mrs. Jacqueline Hillcir: |The club feels that this series will R1DA*, o\'lUliER 15- ft-aacdy far rbeiuaiAthaa. artkrMkvWonder
point chairman. Mrs Genevieve be important. the young wife Officers Wives Club has luncheon kidney: aM st.ofrk ........

Eng; refreshment chairman and mother. meeting at 12:30. Electionof MineralsFOR
Mrs. Edith Clark. j It is announced that a bingo officers. THUfSANUii .f yOrrrra. .an F't

The publicity which has been :game will be held for members Hallowe'en Dance at High .. S. a4 ir. a( done in the President Mrs. 'after next week's meeting I mi rrl tartBf &. (H tmn. ..
past by ; ;:.: School 8 p.m. rvlwf. Th taw Presadrat R..e,. 4t

.__ ___ __ .U ,__ _.------ --..... ---_--:.--- Monroe County Audubon Society nit .*r4 t. f. I. 'f ,. s.vlaes =
; meets at 8 p.m. in Wo ta (;.. ccU.wa4 He .as ketp.d a.
aM ka.. (_ then rt|.' .. '"
Emma f1 SirUiOfSontiarry man's Club building 319 Du t
(( Ayala arty Ivies s year aM .t N '.4. y'5. sip
I val street.SATURDAY. WE HAVE all har .f the w. .
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Honored At Lnrich AhiunHked itr Audubon .Society OCTOBER field 16- iraculov. and tmnmft taa.s ;(hwa.1Nrdeshrsace .. t.Lackat ....a-.., ......_ ..
trip. ,
.' (: rase. white. aese..wt
Meet at 7:30 a.m. in front of ksead Herr.te.. lb. end .l
SiovereSle'"ll(1) :, KnoitlesvsMr. high school. eternal MftaI' awe ,.._. bsakIts
I "Riviera waters sad bathed N .. "
Night" Dinner-Dance
Miss Emma Neal Ayala, bride I and Mrs. Harry Knowles.. ,.....
given by Officers Wives Club
':914 IF YOU ARE a ......r. M4cn
elect of Lt. John George Now. White street, announce the at Commissioned Officers .
I ant ( I* u.Hal i
USN was honored at a luncheon birth of a 9 pound, four ounce son, Mess Ft. Taylor. Proceeds sptaes. try G E O-MI'I R A I.w .
shower at the Commissioned Officers ;Harry Bruce, October 2, in the of Games to Go to Charity. kick caauiaia a Mead .. IWt e-
.._ __nla that .. .....
Mess, Ft. Taylor yesterday. : Galey Memorial "B4ke".5a.le given
: HospitaL by Room th* .arU'* best sptaea 11.e
Hostess for the occasion was her I Mothers of Poinciana PTA on damis ta II mr ..rfc a.......

sister Mrs. J. E. Odell, assisted Stirn i D Commercial Row, Poinciana, Amazing Results rla.
by Mrs. Emma Ayala and :Mrs. i jj, beginning at 9 am. WATCH e. Laaiicss rf..f

Charles Taylor. l'u Mihmf yes. ...eU yaw!*...4a,,af toe
Following luncheon, Miss Aya-I i l/rirfnJ (\ CARD OF APPRECIATIONMr. T The -u. Matt ewL .*
la entertained guests with three u
.I I District Commander Vance. C. and .. ... '
Mrs. Shindle wish to bark away sad MIL **
vocal selections "One Alone, District "... tat ....... 1'.. .- .. ... -
I j ltrup..nd Adjusiant thank their many friends for the eaa y.wr a..y ......... !
"Embraceable You and "Kash- .. .. ..
Robert 1tLDaiziciyicIi.leave Fridair lee Unyantm ra..s aate- .. -- As? m ..
miri Song." She accompanied her- bautiful wedding gifts they re- caving eat af y.-r kielary sad ........ ../arlf ,a t a... .aa.aby'
s'elf oh"' the j to attend "the. dedicatory exercises geii'ed. oct4lu'The feel the irbrf. .. ..r. to ..Wk M ....-.-. .. .. m.It1.rI .
piano. of the Memorial lull pfHar"ey far aU ibis la ........ the aettrkna
'Miss Ayala who will be mar- :I : : at.e. .. CtO-MIMBU; .
.Seeds I'oai.Na S3 Bi. "
4 "Elegy to ah UufortunaleLa
: freed; Friday. Oct. St. Paul'sEpiscopal Boulevard Mia, Friday CIO-: \ I la %L..asa pki.Ir. ,
i.a- Chuf(.-., was presented eayne it on dy" was written by the famed ad aW. ... iatttltr..t5 i. uw
with her gifts, which she opened I evening at 6 o'ciwck' English poet, Pope. ,.... la lk e lal.*Uaw It ...i.d. .
.. 't National Comnr4nder James F. ... a. the rant. ekaatwt sad
and displayed. Attending: the O'Neil will dedicate; the building twiljlxf. lkr.*iBc away p......
luncheon were the Mesdames Na- ,with ItewT 'a.. twins tar ktaaHac, %.l
appropriate remarks.In Relieveifoitihitis
talie Linden, George Lucas, Ev- | like akytira. a erette Russell,Florence Allshouse,'., -- -.- .... but la .Nalaral. ........... w
1847, the Corbelt-Fitzsim way.
Florence Moss, Bascomb Grooms
I moiiis fight, t CarsoTx City. .N ,
Y. T. Toulon, Gene Lewis, Bob .v.l' 100% Guaranteed ( r.
Pollock, Robert Black, H. A. Gibson l'| was shown in a'$i1m 11,000-feet HE I'RIiE y*. to sty OVO.
Gertrude iri leojfth. Crtoajuliiod rclicrei prompily because MINERAL G* to ,. dreg
Ricketts; Earl .1ul- it. ocs right to the eat of the trouble Uar, NOW a4 i l k4Ur. I w
ian. Bueiah Russell, Dagney Port to help loosen and H arrea *.... If ,.. are ant tee
'. etfwl germ ladmpiutftm ... .... .
pee cM utt* a r' fa 4
and aid nature to soothe and .., .
la fmO.IBVIT
Misses Ruth Strieker, Joan Por Beal
tender, inflamed broad iat
ter. Jessie Gibson. U aaay W la edy
nuceos memlraaes.TeU your druggist "a NEED! sad aiitraj tka
tb_sell you a bottle of Creomulsioa bed tavniBwal far yaa aeawa..
Va:y a sugar cooky recipe by eiA the understanding you muM like It..y.. w...4 .r. far irt i-.anirjaj .
using brown instead of white.sugar I I tha way it quickly allay the couajtos 1""lift tees. eat sleep .al sad sere ma
and sprinkle the tops of yua are to have row monty huk.iCREOMULsION 1"f \

the cookies, beiorc baking, with CENTRAL PHARMACT seq tt4s. (18aars

finely ground: nutineati 1 I t l ... .N.N f..... t..I..... .......-.bad tl/ .... I ,

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THURSDAY OCTOBER 14. 1948 '':''':':''.:: .': ;:-7 -t': !: ::i : THE KEY WEST CITIZE lt/;: ::?. .ir' -= :" -, .: -:. ,-. . __ .. t''
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I Meet the Candidate. HentV' Agard Wallace- ----!I.f .Commissioner i *.::"- ;: '!::Elks- Qefeatl-l FOLLQiNt.. :':: ,- the "Weqther I* TI Radio Prsys._ :; ;: "

Talks AboutArneiidrncnt \ ., FORECAST .
l'l'I Tke A.
1 2cNSD.
Ksw.f.. : )
s Writer I Kaiitor'sIbSoftba1 THROUGH: Key West and Vicinity: Gentle
"Explaining" j to moderate northeasterly" wind
)Iletwy Aqord ttJ ] I (' $1 t
1 is "
a national %T PEDRO AGU1LAR thru Friday. Fair weather with 1

***)M in pastime popularity.rivaling base. | TALLAHASSEE Fla.. Oct HJ*t i .4... ..". ...." ..4 I ares.widely scattered showers la the :" I

Critics ol the i |i (FNS).-Directors of the State SOFTBALL "j, Florida: Fair thru Friday except it. 1

Party's presidential Progressive I i Association. of ..County Commissioners : '*.'J >e Lewi ..Aflcr Rough "The, floodlights are up again widely' scattered afternoon I

candidate met in Tallahassee ,last r and the "yorrthing thundershowers over extmae
f me as lntemrale his| & in condemnation LYfe/end i .a tyule selectedack; opJ, l. 'irsl. Lining, .,; Settles j is in.rwdiness graazLcilt'anq: for :coftball' ames couth portion. Little rhtnc to OCT. II .....v... .... H I I&J
as admirers thVtf L .
are fulf [ Y94VcoAvention j temperature. -
H l as city'l at: !the Bayview park i ;
: some I upraise. There UmvlI.IIIII'i) .he : field. t' Jacksonville 'i a -.
seems Convention dates ,were set for II | raw 'Albury, ,recreation direc- through FlorMs .:... -
be '
to middle around for I" I March 2-4.: : 1949.' t Good, Brand Of Ball tar, bad'. rery' lilll tiine to tell Straits and East Gulf: Gentle .. .lit ...... ...... ..
H. .
is pictured as Discussing' the proposed Good .' tht fans, ofJ e. start .01 play'moderate north to northeast winds t ...
earthing from an unrealistic.. I Roads Amendment or.; Amendment j With ringing sounds of bats and Tuesday night hut tonight the'I thru Friday. Few widely scattered
eccentric and foolish dreamer No. ,l,. Commissioner Paul |balls and cheers of.Ute fans.,soft- tean> 'will perform' .again when j.thun4ershower* over south portion $..-cn1 ..... *-...

to on in.ptied leader guidina I iRard/n I, \ of Palm Beach. County ball games: were, t esumed at Bay- SubKort Four tackles the Veterans I otherwise fair ...u.r. .
tbejway to a brave new world I'said: I view Park last .night. ? ,'ol Foreign Wars and VX-1 ',| No small craft or storm wvnings ; "
ol peace and abundance**- a "The future finances of the The boys shows effect plays the .Naval Hospital. have been I.uued.I .3

his OqGft. He has been de- -- schools depend: oil the good faitH I from the layoff but* .will t e in- Vats have'added a few players', ft-4IN .... -.-...

serawd aa a naive idealist a y'a of the .legislature, not on what is trim by the next few g Ules. to their staff and a surprise lsintcwe.for :I I REPORT / sins-""" 5% ...--

dreamer' of Utopia and an un- done with the tax money receiv- The Elks club took Kantor's bya : the fans tonight. See!I, Key West Fl*, Oet.14. 141 .hurpsSuw

wMttng captive of the Communists eu d from the motoring public. The I score of 6 to 3 and retained your favorites of other days back (Observation taken atClfr Offa. ... :.

;: aa a shrewd foresighted legislature each two years must J their lead in the B league. After in action.! So, don't forget the 8:30: ajrif..EST) ..
man. born ahead of provide for the schools as legia- the first inning Joe Lewis setUed first. Jramef{ Vets vs. Submarin I I Temperatures i uwSn. ., -f r.:=-:.

his times as a bitter stubborn. I a latures have done ever since 1926. .1 down and pitched shutout ball. | In the nightcap. VX-1 and Na- Highest yesterday -,..' Mi ....N'.. ... ..........

ed with ambition to become: jg'4I : when the,state was.given author Tonite the V. F. E. will cross ,val) Hospital will be playing I i Lowest last night _' M ...-11.1n ..n.e .... ...
rfisiHusioned c.ii.aLe, ity to appropriate for common bats with SubRone Four in"the I I Mean .___ tct"-"..
politician stain. after four weeks of rest M k ..lkM :. .m5 ...
presidenttfc ObseSS-1 1ji' : school education. For the profes- 'first tilt, beginning at 7:30 and at jThe players should be "in the]| Normal 1 _, sa q_ ... e in, ....
.<. .BMktf lurmv ; i1 H sional lobby fighting the Good ,9:00: p.m. the VX-1 will 'tanglewith pink.P'. I Precipitatioa .N-.i. e'e. a'. ...

MI W Ie n..xt monih-l*edbair Martin M ready I I'.Total last 24 hours ,Ot) ..... ,.= 1-:: ::;
M4**... viMsMi ....... II passage will harm the schools is i c I Total this month 1Jt .Ieee. ... C4.wi
$a gC. Wallace to totally disregard the fact ; ohd"Freeman and Henson of the [ :::;, .. :
ll s *M. .f mMldte height with ________ legislative The ofj !Flyers: CVX-1)) are more 'than I Excess this month. 2M..lees. '-
history. choice before i Play
a ..sipi....u....initid fi ure. 11-' j the people this amendment ;ieadjv" So:; it.looks l like"two good j Total this year .. 41.41 ... =:rr.r ..=. : :.

........ It1re s man who'mils. ,, 'I _: does not concern on schools. It- I i sames tonight .j II Excess' this year ?. IU4 li 0'.I = '

p.l.. ..... The ', simply puts up to the people the Univ. Of DetroitTomorrow ; i 1,r _' Relative.Humidity, I .. -. e... ... ...
(BASEBALL'i ;. I:20 ..... ,...,
.. the which carE -, decision of whether they shall '- 5..I -
.. .ti heve iMe h' tradek -;; HENRY AGARD: WALLACE.. .J.JSETEN have more paved roads and safer I: lineups published in this 79% I' _'..-$.'.. .'.e.. ..r...- I t*

s < Mtc gray. HM facial! highways kept up in ,usuable Night 1 column: .th other day concerning Barometer
,.".... is 'Ion* and Ifo. n. His He also had become active in Watf re and pf the Supplies}shape or whether these-highway: I"a .Ihre'-teaifv'feTieJ'for'the baise-. (Sea Level) tiM *,.. -- -

... .nt MWfl100-pnetrat.) movements to prop up sagging Priorities and Allocations' Board. taxes shall continue to go'into the (yprria! The CltUratMIAMI .,b all 'chamoiooship Key Wr':t 2T!>.98 .ins.-101W "me* I

k *M en.)..K under heavy farm prices. In fact'It was th? He jvas Jhe.busiest.'the i.i.. i. eaclidcnt i general revenue fund of the state Fla.,' Oct:.:'U.-Setting'' revealed that; the three outfits, ToAl..aM NtTWetK fttttAMf
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hPSIS. Westee*. iliff-...tform. ui; : and not'be. available for highwaywork. I ate 'almost. :equal In strength. II' I Sunrise .U Pw'I
.... --.fttotWl. failure of the Coolidge Adminis- capital had ever seen. .* up a defense for one of.the strong--i .will Sunset .. _. f.00 pin r.zrvIr.: .s '
likable and i I' 3tyifc writer try to give the.
;' ..Ms .. ........iun of bcin? | tratiun" to enact. fedez I farm legislation .- est running games in. the nation.-a fans sit {
t 1. .sW.i at..iiWla>>U and kind that threw Wallace into The'great ihiig bx>in\ i in his occupied Univcrsity of Miami up. .on".the field:' i Moonscf 4:IS ...... ; -v MMTMUtiSAY ...::::t'tIIt
t -.1114 ry sfcy. i' the Al Smith camp in 1928. Four life came with Roosvelt': ;; fourth Army Air Force Hurricanes this week as'they're-1.. Behind 'the'. plate Joe Nsvarro' .... 5: : .r"
t' years later he WEG invited to sumcd intensive preparations for:''i has plenty-'nt' experience to his"TIDES

r..., ....... have U-cn in': Hyde Park and.helped the! Democratjc -;} term nomination, in \1944.' The ,'Recruiters their Friday night date with-Uni]Iardlt.; and hits when 'hits arc r Naval Base) .4q9w1 14n.vs.
candidate. .- fYapkHn middle oth, road arid right varsity of Detroit in the Michigan! neede L- Buster Roberts Tomorrow ...
.*.. ........ fer three generai i I < DeTVitt ( ) t .
......'b. 14i1 WaoMMe now is aj I Roosevelt write the 1932 farm,, wings of the: Democratic: 'party,. city. I II is'a: .hard worker, good hitter (Eastern Standard Tim** ..i -m
piird.. 4 Wc-iteh *U-r County. | plank. As the appointee of 'the had never been happy about liberal -I Coming Here I Detroit last year topped the nation I and-has'a-good'arm." Oscar Me- High Lew 5uepirn. ....
Victorious Roosevelt; Wallace satin I in yards gained on the ground, ( ot.ocJha5 and 833 1:51 [
s .New Y.rk Miburh here hej Wallace.: Even.Roossclt tr good arm plenty : a.m. : sun. I :
__ wHh h. Meter a rolling the chair once occupied by his | : Two recruiting sergeants from and save for Quarterback.t,,6C. -cli!>sg behind the plate. 8:39: p.m. 2It: pm. I
seemed lukewarm. .
father: secretary of agriculture 4; George Malinkowich retains ev-I. In the box.-Joe Casa. Jr. U _
an 'I -
I'u Farm. There he the S. Army -and U. S. Air
.Thcn Wiflarninlfafling' jnember of its firsUhree..bac.kfieldsand .. =
The public ;..10am first a-sj I ry : lrvp.eisd.cominginoundsipan. n ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA i
I'.. ....tM ., .k.. writing and rend Force recruiting station in Miami :
h...... .......... 0 little ("r"-I the father of the Agricultural'Adjustment before second! that RooSevelt's'Chicago conventionto mina- will be in Key West Monday thruVednesdy three virtually of linemen.all of its' first. .has shown lots of class. Philip (Reference Station: Ke* W#. ) :: .:. r. ....
......... ehirfcer. ; extensively.eiMW4 Administration. In ; I% October 18-20. The (Chits Baker, -is-.good t' inhe Time of. Heiflttef ,.. r -
Coach ; .
Andy Gustafson ..
talki i tion, put the final in : andhis .
the midst of depression hs up pinches : andis .another good Statioa11de 'Ufa waist
........... With< hydroponics recruiters. Master Sergeant Jack staff devoted all their time l" ....
cd of stepping from "a system of ,the road to his own nomination.He Kirkland and Technical possi- pitcher on the! [rPiratfs: staff. For Bahia Honda 1. .......:,
seed. Sergeant
bull "' I' &Wtull from ble to ...
> W.'JIIIIII MM* WM born. Oct. '1888 denied plenty to a .:;yst m of balanced r turned his.speech into an Impassioned Arthur L. Veitinghoff will have, attempting material for strengthen it \he' Bombers. .Jle/ CaaaSr, has (bridleoh) 10m 0.0 ft ...

5154 pn4 ii the family farm inCnMrty. abundance." The AAA) pica- for his oyri concept their office in the West Post''01-( reserve provided' benefit payments to| of liberalism fice Building, Room 212. Joe.;;House of the Pirates of 1930 (eastcnd) +2h 20in
A** Iowa. Until he replacements which enabled VU-
'Twenty-four hours later Sen! r JU
farmers who reduced their acre i Young men who are interested 1e' 1933.; Bo Meador |is young Boca Chin
44. .his entire fticus was onlure' lanova to turn a 10-0 defeat
es who Harry S. Truman-was nominated and .andjhas iots ,.of ',.siuff Rubber (Sandy PViint)-Oh tOm
age. He was the man Jhe eligible for enlistment' in the
... brwding a 1910'ictory in the final 16 minutes -
work.l4j public heard, ordered the .killing'' for the -second spot-with'Roose i Army or Air Force will be sent of play last week.: veeting-wc\l.\ the fans_Jtnowhim Caldes Channel 1
,sf4us and editorial work hy- I of millions of suckling pigs|, velt' assent One.:ol Roosevelt's I to Miami for their physical andclassification.tests I With only II juniors and seniors' ; ',85 good as I do. For theClpwnsY (north end2h) 10mf.M ft. :

treM-Hiaftne on caused every third'roV' of corn 'first acts, aftcr""victory-' the .., Travel Io Miami the : if they can use Thomashe oOo .
hi..I *HTfi Mea ted when h:? was under. I appointment Wallace as secretary -I '; food.'and lodging ate i Lt Oov-i oiv squad; the Hurricanes can has', ". lindiiig-ipecd and his NOTE.
to plowed expected to improve' in this ,
resroct -
,,. Whole Hill a young: man he I the Court killed of commerce. .. .; ernment expense, and if the 'record shows 'what he can do. (-)-Minus sign: Comtek*!
Then Supreme .ap
........ the Pionrer Ih- rrd' Corn the AAA as unconstitutional. A year later, Roosevelt was plicant fails too qualify,hav* di be Vift be during:doing the it the season haict but way.they" /Alee"/ : : has lots, of stuff and "ROOJ tc., he subtracted. u:1i

a t..1M"M'f'nlure. Wallace followedthtt with dead and T man'waS'president.1 returned to Key West. Lt Arnold Tucker reported to 'Dean is'another! good mounds- (+)-Plus sign: Ciirrertiuns te1,

Iond.r.k... .biia' theIaM8fIC the-Ev Normal Granary ptanproviding -.-i Oh Sepl' %, 19461 Wall re erupf- Yoiing women '18 '1,1< ::34'?(uMcr 'the coaching staff Monday. He t;m&n'- f o*rthe' .clowns beadded.h4lour. .

the. 'current in the fat years.fpr the !"ed in his Madiso'n'Square' Garden .21 with parents consent), -hbidrc will spend a two months leave of I At fifct. Brown,, a left-handed ( : a.V.S-

,AIsi.tsAJlSk5.. lean ones-and the Food Stamp speech. He criticized the "get- high schooL graduates, and who absence from the Army at Miami, I{ bitter and ?verv. timely. addsstreneih'46 (ft.bFeetmMinute. .
Plan. t 1, tough-with-Russia" policy'at the have no dependents under 18 are and is expected: to teach Hurricane .. : the_Clowns. Clayton I ( ;
WhIlIIII W...... w.i graduated [: moment Secretary of.Stale James eligible to' apply for 'the WAC quarterbacks some' .of the 'Sterlingjust; back: 'from a great a',

....... 1.'ss S4e-W in 1910. Itc wasHe Roosevelt's handpicked -''''F.* Byrnes- was struggling the (Women's Army Corps), or WAF wizardry he used to fool the OPposition -I1, y.earjin. the F1orida-Int :
... .... .. aai iflffl'4. ", oodyBy It was as (Women's Air Force Sports Calendar ;
vice president after,1940, ;;. Paris Peace Conferen C.; ): during the college foot-I I League. .State League rnaUona'j :1iiP'
t928 was a :
that Wallace first turned his gaze Repercussions were interna- ball days. None of the Hurricane tins State' Lcagiic,
.- .....r HI th Kin1'1 outside the farmers! .wQrld. He ,,,'tional. Byrnes protc-stecl; and the TODAY'S quarterbacks have had previous I t v .luiiblc..lo the Pirates. Aurello SENIOR SritntALL | aoi-n.n. S
t ..... k.....n as a i \ Crlp -Las ies', is' hard-hitting
under his routin 'Senate president called, for. Wa1 ace s experience with the T.and can ( ) a Barriew Park. Might I Ii ,
......... ..... revised" a I chaffed job. and. with the worldat war. resignation. ..ANNIVERSARIES learn much from Lt. Tucker. hacd'playiiu performer from i THURSDAY i

.... .whMli formhU whether a Roosevelt sent him off on mis- As a private citizen first'as (Know America) The Hurricanes left 6y air for start., !tojtinish. First Game-VFW v*. 5u4tReoRI '
....... ....... nwkc liettcT prof- Latin America., to China! the editor of a.l I JCoNcentefc j journal 16 Detroit this morning and; on their'T At second ba*e...WilHam Catcsj'I: Four. '
j to William
.. ..-.c. hM mrn or by sions opinion find finally Pen'n. English .of la coach for the] .1=
I_of ; ; as a return trip, will stop off in Wash- the: 'iratjs H Second Giime-VX-1 v.. N.
....... M to hn .-and then to Russia.As Wallace: candidate'-.- 'political .office Quaker founder of Pennsylvania. ington to see Duke play Mary- Miami. "TouristS and has had,!I I val Hospital. ;a aL ....-.... a'i ..
...UI .to ....t. lie accurately' vice-president he 1 Wallace has continued 'to attack whose work was "a holy experi- land. Maryland plays Miami: i in plenty of cjcperjencc., Gene!I FRIDAY- .. ..

...._. t a Iwrm drpmuion in the i I broke another extra-curricular precedent jobs and,i iI :r U.-S. foreign-policy and plead for ment of "a free colony for all the Orange Bowl late in October.' ShiiiUjwho has played in the:'i First Game-Adams Dairy vs. t s;:; 'I- ...
H. predicted corn took on : mankind born. Died July 30 is ... ... .....
bws-a i made him chairman his version of a civil rights pro- Negro .Professional League a Bob's Sport Shop. 4 v wte.sI --
_I.. tn< rainfall and i a I titles Roosevelt of Economic gram: vDISSENT 1718. great performer with the Clowns.1 Second Game-Ctk* Club ; T ,I-."-....
I of the Board 1734-Francis St. Leo ThinksOf J
Lightfoot Lee. -
_i 4IU1X- record I ,. Santana, of the'most hustling VX-1. --
Virginia Revolutianry leader Dlaycrs. is also one tlf the fastest I
signer of the Declaration of In- J Ji in the city. FINDS: ) IHJMtK
iT : dependnce, born in StratfordVa. Jinx For Jack Villarcsl I SKATING I "
NEW MEMBERS 1 .: Died Jan. 11, 1797. has At a third great.arm base.and a toed pairof Barvtow Park. Might I.\STK.\: ; |) 01". IMhMKNUVILL7. ; .
Itren 4n.oaI
1 1845 Laura A. Haygood. Atlanta legs and hits when hits do the FRIDAY- I ;
Ga, teacher-principal, the Game Tonight : most Hood. He'swith, the Bomb- I 7:30: to 9:00: p.m. IMS ul ncrlMt. W eH ...*. .. ,

LEGION POST I I noted Methodist-Episcopal (So. i ers. For the Pirates. Armando In. hir ...... ....-

ENTER I II Church missionary to China I <....rUI I. Tfce CltUMll Aceycdo may cover the bag with win so I..... ...... ..4,
I born Watkinsville Ga. Died in ST. LEO, Oct 14.-A 13-jcar Cates 'at second. We know Ace- 1----1 I .... .* tul t',....... _. ...

A mil. Sjurwn, Sr.. .*r------- I Shanghai, April 29. 1900. ,jinx will be at issue when St. Leo J JI vedo has had lots of experienceand I -'. n' ........ ...... .... 5,
1 1857 Elwood I Daily play. .... ". n"
I II. Haynes, pioneer meets the Florida Military Academy is now hitting around the e reed ssia
|I....l Srjevai.l Al .Ann.., Gets Around auto maker. builder 'in 1893-94 'i grid team. at Dade City tonight .400 mark. He is always a dan. I .... II11 I CU<*... M ....... .
'of oldest American auto born in Not once in that time hast g rous man at bat. A. Mclntoch SilllFFLEIUIAKIIBarvtow: A ...:....;...
T. r". "NationalW i SOUTH BEND, Ind.-l/P>-- I Portland, Ind. Died in Kokomo [a Cadet team defeated the Lions at third for the Clowns is a great ( Park) .4 MM .Sdu' M* 4.. *epsthe ... -.
I Ind. April 13, 1925.I86&1kibe' in Daily play. j MM Mi' .
i a grid game. fielder and one of those players ;
( ass.,11i4rw' Marty Wendell, Chicago senior H. True. qntvr[ I i. As i is often .the case>,in the who give until the last .t.eal. 1w tue V i..;_; ... ... he
: who handles the right guard asI j I sity) of Pennsylvania* I rica 'the' FMA team will be se.:1 never is out. up SENIOR IIASEIIAU.: | l. S..... ........ ... .
..... mrmta-rs weie reMrt -; man .
iignment for Notre Dame. isa! ] known as the "Sherlock favorite to win but the St. 1e21 .At.short.. Butler of the Clowns Municipal Stadium Aflame wik' ... .n.... "AI'II ***
..._ ArtlMir Saw)'*, Post handy man to have around a foot of the plant world born 'I team is banking mightily oh the is always fighting" He stole seven To be announced. I .... .....,. I... ..s ... ...

,. at ArIt-aN I.IIaM45. .t itsa. ,. ball team. His experience on the I Co. Wis, Died April 8, I jinx holding another j-ear. Both bases in nine carries. A hard Army Barracks. AJ..,... *..My hw ... _. .... .
..... .s..... bM evening. :, gridiron includes plav at halfback 1 1869-Winifred Black botamst.1( .U arns hold two wins i in the sea worker. Philip (Chits Baker also To be announced. UtrI rs .I'm msMee. .... ..
Heny quarterback, fullback cen- I I Laurie"), noted son's play to date. t at when not in I _. -- -- -- .I. n...... .r' T.. a.... .......'.
,.. we'. "y E J.'n -. ter and guard. He cavorted at half' I Chilton Wis. Died in I Ace card in the St. Leo deck, "performs short but lets remind 'and: Manager VaMex fcf the ,' 7w. ...... .. ..... ,s-5
the box.Nuffed ( I
I U MtNl4iiiH. Harry H. John- and quarter in high school, and he I J Cisco, May 25. 1936. the Lions' hope,- is Jim O'Neal,j you tat. he Is a dangerous Bombers are now ready tn ..... I'I I latlrd W I ink UM iibt i.... ....

... -4lid W. "lyeChitrlc'; 'already has won three letters at halfback, who has played sensational -'| and the from the Pirates concermftc tfcej I -
C ".. Pare O. Peterson.Wslr. Notre Dame-at full, center and KIWANIS CLUlJS TO I I ball so far this year In. bases man: at 'thf Albio.plate Acevedo!! on,a consistent I series. ....... 'l.. TlwFOR (itl'-.

guard.In I last Friday's tilt with the Ok eI -
; in the
... hitter, b always
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I chobee Catfish O'Neal scored five U
)I, I. ....... ...'....nt sttc the semi-final match in the played a prominent part in the of St. Leo's six touchdowns;, and; game fighting to win. He is alsoa

-.... d........ w.. inflMiu4vd.Mek national tennis championship at i election of R. D.Hill, of West I i tallied another on a 95-yard; j jaunt timely hitter and great runner .-

............ rqmepIy service Forest Hills. 'Jaroslav Dorbny of Palm Beach as lieutenant governor -I which was called back for not Bam- 'I
I In l!! tfil'ld. the
of the 10th The
and Richard division. Key II I SALE 1
Czechoslovakia I
.... ....... die'ed thetervtrr (Pancho) Gonzalez of California West delegation was active in pre- I I score.The Lion team is in Rood shape bih'j\ of Key Wet: Sutton. apeicializes :I

..... .. a 1i4MW.Vie scored 43 service aces between I S-Gen. Chirlw cvaucus work which resulted in I for tonight's game, with the Cx- its l long: drives. Casadul i it
.-.... Commander Rwb- them.ingmilitary. I De Gaulle emphasizes 'a point the decisive margin for Hill. I ception of Jack Egan first string- t I'; a great fielder and fast t>s a
... Ai.4rs w_ apt'Mnted with expression at Paris press J a In a Statement before leaving I end who is laid with in- Hash. He is god on bases. Alee,
up an
conference. He attacked the five :
b ...... ..IN. kWIuiMiSfi mt'rtin; funerals for returned I power western Eur: .p d fens [-Tampa late Tuesday the Key West I I I fected hand. The.St Leo probable or A. Dean will play this position 1 It j

__ ... MM' ISse Cs.i_Itce to War Dead: pact, is "no solution at'alLr (delegates promised that if their I lineup: le, Joe Mason; It JimM.llory for the Clowns. Both are fly- : /
... .... .. Iii, ChaisW.r <*f Coin7 Paul Walterson Saturday, I : [island the 1949'!) : Ig. John Viscjonti: <%.John hawks.In .
... ....... ...... Frwtay. September 18. t j convention an all-out effort will Duane: rg Alan Meder; rt. Bill a t- crnt rtiE'lda "StrE'ltkBarI NEWSPRINTi

.... .......-..: 'iswerutave" Lc.j i',I Lionel Vargas-Saturday, Oc- I TRUMAN GIVEN I be-rnade to-jnal.e it long remem-: 'Buckler; cc. ohn Sosin; qb. John' her for the Bombers is a very I,I I.I.i
(Continued From'.Page One*... .. of the fastest !
a1...- aw... were U>IHT 9.Commander. bere of and for the
-. Warren stated that. amoogmfnaber cyssfess. speech, emphasized the attractions'of ez:,fb. Ernest.Storch.. '. 1 I in the city C. Valdes
:isVr., 1k J.-t. R. I'.rra- tWo jhc > send a j i Key West with game fishing Pirates is a good fielder and dan-I
billboard posters depicting' I Republican 'delegation -to con- heading the list. 'II 'g(*rous" vt bat and on the bacs.'HomeRun" .. 4

I':f V.- .. J lr....... j jY. i, Ix-gion's 1949 theme. "Appreciate I gress. ,* i'|I I In fact his enumeration of the ;: \\'ed'Tnro Weeks 'f; Richardson is a!I: 500 Sheets I:
America" will ,
Your soon"
... AIMTt I.. Ih..II'. GOP leaders in New York said i I'many "industries" of Key West long-distance hitter with the:
c'-d in the city. today they'wCre"short of cam [drew amused laughter. EnumeraI -' Clowns-and timely I at that 25cI
J. \I Discussion of the special eventsto paign funds." They added that : Dies In Crash is the "one and I S'Axll.'
..Y--W........ A. Glbc.'h.1 the National Convention i I I ting the naval base, tourist;: trade, I In righifield : :
C. occur during they needed to raise about $4 mil- .cigar factories. coconuts souvenir gnU-, Phi ip Allen of the Clowns.
l. and V.Jly
;i; in Miami next week then lion. :.making-,and several other items. ROCHESTER N. II. Two. Allen is ''leading' the league: inhlttini.
i'i ensuedThe: Key West Guard of Democratic.leaders in North : Airi lefUiarided I I
the weeks after \1onzo :
j; Key president; alternated i ii being wed an a t
I........ S0Uc din.or. '
'InI1M Honor will be housed at the Dorn Carolina said that state is af'. II i II the recital Srhwinl. wsg
W l4si ._mbtNa -. Hotel 115 So. River Drive. for Truman." I.I of course.we havefishing." ;1, 26, crashed to death in flames Mira )lays hard and plays a

a...Wst4.. .a.1 Fmno. Post Sergeant-at. rms Arent I I i The delegation said that im-I when his F-84 Thunderjet'taught' good game.. I Artwwn Press i if
Sjursen. Sr., will serve as assistant The University 'Mississippi';mediate arrangements will be fire while 10,000 spectators!1 ..Also, Arango Nene Domcncch.
sergeant-at-arms during the its first night football I I made with !\ Gabe Lastres
played the chamber of commerce spectators watched at the Ro1 Pancho -Salinero,
J. p.tAreported W..t Guard ofsonthiurd convention sessions. Sjursen was game-on Oct 18 1929. in New to place literature boosting j 1 Chester Fairgrounds. I and Jim .Albury can strengthen f CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 5)) j
K--r ',I recently appointed by National' Orleans with -"theRebels 'outscoring j i\\Key-West-4n: the hand of each of I I any, of the clubs.

l4 I..w-I Commander James F. Q'NeiL .' Loyolo, .26-2-i.. the Fit Florida Kiwanis clubs. 'I I Subscribe to The Citizen. .. ''_, ,Manager Smith of the Clown.; .....v......... ... yy...... ....a



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Food Handlers 1 WILL YOU SMILE_? 1a a i iI -

School To 1 I Cleaning I//) Fleming St.
Open I A Second Time. !'I II FAU5T0'5600 j-. .

Here Oct. 2729'III i I i|I I Wife-Ar. the burglars going; j 1 i'I II l sl a er Pfcite" 48 -
/I I Husband(Who has peered
\It ". ..iwreaM .... .de ...r..rIr outf-I think KO. They are haying ->4 ..
.I lh. ..... ..I. AuM a ao..MwM bathroom.a wash and a shave in the j I I .

('.tHss. to w...Prd...c.ra...tIr Iur 1t..reK the; Electrical appliances were first I: '
.... .. t.rlh. produced in mass in the 1880X Our Customers to Our LOW PRICES
w tIIIIII rIVe pi .e I IY1 1 1I > Testify
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0 ($w aM ** K/r West 1kw I s >e
a.d N.alaa.aa. Awrietkaa,1Ia. I because they ave'discovered the i ideal combination of high quality absolute freshness at lowest prices..
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..,...................................AkAA..... .-.-. -.,. AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ...1:: 0', I Watchmaking is one of the oldest crafts of the machineage.
c"A ... of watch forms used !
.e +., weelu Prototypes present were by royaltycenturies I
1s.( lhcwgK. ago as one of the finest and ablest : ago. Watches of today have been,so perfected that I ,
central Florida I men .
in has long and
a ----- ----- --- ----- -- -
.UI to tfeamtumn. of the reaction creditable record of public serv-'| 1 r I f
I h"f"4 **** putftt" out that i ice a warm and pleasing person- t
.om Wftorat> .Mtt pointed to Dewey ality and would make Florida a tL
.. .... splendid .THE:, FIRST BRACELET) ll -
ly tlwr fU in the presi-. congressman. WATCH'WAS WORN BY j THATS WHAT EVERYONE SAYS j
.... I J.I i ti $ tI
.w ... !I equally respect Marcellus QUEEN EUZABETH

.I airc t.....Mmaoi, the! active MOM eon tround as an able good business citizen man and and am i,' I ABOUT WATCHES l37Z.8RACElE-n>>RE STILL"* jJ3 AFTER A SHOPPING TRIP TO XEYo' I

I rr:11; OrtwH| cwrfuctrt realtor by M satisfied that he, too. would give ,IN THE FASHION.HEIGHT OF"
ant '
......... for Concrvss.-. Florida good representation WESTS NEWEST and MOST MODERNN1&N1 t
i .. ... .he would Congress.I like and highly respect t'] f
... carry both candidates and have no! '
I fttr with ease and in
quarrel/with either of them. i I
WI r.abMMty i wwuU. I t--
.rd .fc. a Substantiating my survey of the I 1
a wtng throughout WATCHES,
.. drlrtat WHI .KM appeal for a situation ratified in to Orange see that County the poll was I I BUILT INTO
coni -
*fcM Wir lit..w4 Mat a IMa aoi+uIT.t hu argument to i i'i'i ducted by the Perry newspapers I A WCRE S'SHOP5 POPO1AR CROSS IN' : : : I It
reprv-I I reported findings'identical to J THE I K ANO IT'S CENTURIES
.Ia ..... we _ill have a ReChtrf I Ii
....tM Executive an-J a1;, expressed in this column a i IMAOKNG Ii t tI : t

RMarhtreaa.Mwt tl..c.cftU!" I column,I {! .$
tl g rvmvncv to Moss
Iii. Mr ...!...... Democratic Con I Ii"i I lic.Perry poll figures were made pub- i I I i ii.
l raaj aamwee A. S. Sydl. i i.
( : )'I The !
wide split irt the Democratic -
ftirtan* "f f.c-i' bur I
> g writes to
party this election is why the .
pct t. fcM MY a altrnttcNi auMMl and to logical the fact answer that Republicans much strength are and able I am to not show alonein so \ : SUPER MARKET I

I the belief that Dewey will car- ; _
It ry Florida he holds the grounlhe RIN4 GEORGE WATCH uc ;
3 3c As for this race between Iler- ITS TIME. RING< / p "White and Petroitia Sis. Ii
long and Moss, while I do not say MARY.QUEEN OF sans WATCHES ARE POPULAR' "
Moss will win, I do say he will HAD A WATCH IN THE TOOAV.) $
i make a mighty fine showing and I FORM OF A SKULL. __ ,
surprise a.lot of people. This is PP PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE
$ S largely due to'the fact that the '
people are disgusted and fed up a few simple rules for owners suffice to keep them accurate end
k 4 and want a change. There :are dependable. l
plenty of old line Democrats who Here are the rules suggested by tha: Jewelry Industrial Council:
aren't saying very much but who 1. Wind your watch full at least once a day-- although
are planning to vote Republicandown several times a day is not harmful. BLUE PLATEMayonnaise' HUNT'STomato 3
10 the line. They know that 2. Keep the watch operatinq under approximately the
they are. not obligated by any same conditions each day. A pocket watch should be kept ,
oath m tf general. election and upright in the pocket. A strap or wrist watch should be worn '
they will vote as they please regardless -
at all tunes except when bathing this it
-or failing place on
of the frantic appeals of Sauce
party leaders. edge stem down away from extreme temperature changes. i
3. Avoid: bumps and immersions.
Front all the reaction I havebeen
able to get. President Tru- 4. Choose a competent watchmaker for cleanings and .
l man losing votes than he repairs. REGULAR
--- is gaining is with more his present tactics. [ _____--__ --_' __ __ ____-- I PINT
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RUSSELL KAY I doubt if his name calling and II Gold to the amount of half a 1 I There is no divorce law in the i JAR 43( CAN 5c i
I Writes. On Politics attack{: on business will sway anythinking million dollars have come out of'Providence of Quebec. A divorce ,
The rabble
person. rousing -
the "Golden Mile" goldfield in:can only be obtained by a'pri-
.l* tM ..... Iffliy .end a Republican!"I| and .puts him in direct Western_ _Australia._ ___h ______ __(Act of the Canadian Parliament. *
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I L. I a** B4 to give Syd space into {competition with Hsnry Wallace ow I
r1ra oarLlnn prevent his argue.rather than Dewey. As it stands LARGE HERSHEY BARS 2 35c :1 I
M .... .. .ta what byd has to'Wallace and Truman will divide ::
t ..... I the rabble vote while Dewey will, SEARS :
\ "Wtw sand a Drtnucrat to a j i'profit.The more Truman talks the ORDER OFFICEIS
,; ItewMtM OMicreu in theN more he alienated conservative
j place, all l tfce members of i States Rights Democrats and the I GIBBS TOMATO s
, s flk. .MBMM of Kprerntative in more votes he turns to Dewey and I YOUR ONE-STOP SHOPPING Meat Specials
WMfeMftM. rup for reelec* Thurmond The whole thing is a I '
E ... ero November l !. and the .grand and glorious mess and no I Catsup19c
I P.....>. .!the UtMt d States will one can say at this writing just CENTER FOR ALL I -- "/
I 1 aajr w+Ish.r i the Congress isar ;,what it is going to look like when '-_. ... ., .t. Armour's Star Picnic FTP PREMIUM
it finally untangled.
r atw Republican is
, af*iirta.nly more Demo- YOUR NEEDS CRACKERS
, ? .?.*l wNAwt Repubtican oppo- I I ,
oalttln ...... there are Republiwocratie I .-- HAMS ,IR. 49
sow w$...&t oppo- 11*. s.a
--. w w* .have the jump on ,
M coca with. But aside I GREEN GIANT 24ecAasrsrLs.s ,
Drnl .... .... Republwans. inz QualHtjPRINTING Phone or Visit Us Today T-Bone and SirloinSTEAK ,
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say Republican oppomaae -
coat ...... the public t r : PEASNO.
1/1Mrs.tu. 1...! they are out. 1 TELEPHONE 1560 1S61 LB 75ci VM.
aralAs.g.woo ....nI", b ; 393 CAN f
JM I Isar that., retardles ofMtMajMv .
C ngn- M Republican 2.FOR39c :
i J1' ,...... a Republican < Frier I WESTERN BEEF. ; ---
wattltr ---w not representrIr v I f
shag- &* a district thatpwr Corner SIMOISTON: and FLEMING STREETS j
II ... it rent' Democratic, Cello
lee he. ...*,., the side of :
.. pe.ri. IIw ""","", U with AU Types of Stationary ji QUAKERGRITS :
..gat.tMOgeme. ant Mncentyactually t An-
tataarN.........Ia one awuacem.nta.. 4i FRANKS IB. 46c
.. ttU- .......... 'over 90 per Direct Mail Clr- i KELLOOOY KICK I
galas.' I aay why send a R,. cularsPrintedHera .
.fin aarwMrs to represent at LOWEST -. ..
....p of fftifir' over 1M O per PR1CESI --. ;; ire e .MA1E KRISP1ESOc.
'B 1 rant ... ...... areby the Re- REG. PKG. #
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-w--- .own* see to have a Demy \ VffiWCOLORED\ Ib. 5V, .
Mlne country. the \\ IV* **** IN p'9fiI, 16cIDEAL ;
tliawa wf Ihm xit4e of all see THE ARTMAN PRESS I 1 $
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ClMar tJin Solo-b *n with tu ainca we It an,wrong.,Miss'Lynn fa a.1 high-
('. tn w 4 toward the opened la '43. type doing wrong
na her do
there. I have never seen
Out hare particular
**4f 'WIlen'bat Soles any "
yea" .. ... eDIIUHt.keel Clapp. anything out of: the way. The
.ar- he unevenly,,
was pt.d b.twee.Md Grew waved hi* hands.. "No. pitch of his voice rose
tusaa out MI the r rdir was a good clean boy-had { looked at himstead ily. 111W" MARKET
I11 nothing but friends Everybody A spark kindled inTthe big man'seyes.
Uked ferdy-he'd do anything for .He rose and,the pudgy manager -
......M tars. ta&tog. to my. you. Always. a big smile." He rose with hire.."Okay, okay
eNatard aa oua1" said"but Mhfnk I'll ..
showed Clapp how the dead manused the detective .
f'tl..e .... tiara aM to arnue.If have a :little heart to heart,talk
bath W l_. .. bkd. a..pp. Solez was a ticket taker. with Miss Lynn,'just the same." ."_ DUVAL at t PETRONIA STREET
a..L Aayr4 ag I cas"a. mused Clapp. "why wasn't he out iGmss put Vs ban .t u. .t. _
N taking tickets? What was he doing if preparatory to .. la.R.d d.wo at .... body. sitting in the audience "I can tear you anythmgyou wantto -------0 '
... .aa .tatatl a ..... Iaeagoapat The manager moved his plump know. Lieutenant, There's no _, 0'l. l
time with
.... loft.apr.atautely. hands out horizontally. that! use wasting y.oUf my
N. ''OlDbbck- I Nothing Lieutenait suspicious Ferdy was about nuts about that on cast,him- He quizically felt i the arid big'he man's,stopped eyes SAVING MONEY is a CINCH' ( you'll SH }P AT THE BROADWAY.: Prove it to your
a wagt << ,
..boaa I tang tittle 1 I the Lynn way shes Miss my Lynn big d&nced-MJss attraction abruptly" 'uncertainly.Keep "She's.,"baEkstagQi'besaid ,i 1 I self. Finst: --compare our EVERY DAY SH :LF: PRICES with all others. (You can bet
here. So we used to humor Ferdy her there advise$Clapp
rlllC aaa MI tM u.back e .left -Johnny would take over the 1 Til be:back. there right away." I I ycur Life our's arc the lowest.) 'Then-watch our adve tisemoiiis for our RED HOT
ticket box during Miss Lynn'snumber 'The fat man let out;his breath
s:;:.wra/tab.. .. --'with a *o Tardy. could come**.in in.a'shuddering sigh. and turned SPECIALS. There have! Shopping in store. in the week
t..... Wwk wool and watch. No harm in that. I away: Clapp touched him lightlyon i iGre you our every day you can
the shoulder. "One other thing

....... uia1M it*assS.Mae a bard ass. pates as fausto..*..un.leather and aenrw ".FEUXrnl1ed man Clapp.hurried A stocky in I. Johnny& me-that, on the'not door-one of j j I Save A Little Every Day On Everything. You Buy At The BROADWAY!

.1W.. ..... bwblsd o..ta Aa. from the lobby; he was dapper. the audience, left the' theater before ,

.... .... tMa-. as.- boast 4ptte the cast his and employees fat. "Start The checking body nooded.we. That got),here.puzzles The,me.manager Why! i! -- ---_ _.. _________. _uu__
.... Warta a b'fr -- worked here as a ticket taker did a,good thref->hundred peoole I I ---
CIiNIP named Fernando Soles stick around to chin with,the police |
... a'tlNa'a 11r ..... Dec .
f/1I since 4X I want to talk to the Got an answer?
1 .. ..... .0 .sd.r.t eaaaaer.a cast In a few minutes. Particularly "WelT.; said Greiss, "that officer CARNATION\ Carolina Long Grain SURE.MIXCRISCO
..... War but M looked atoN to a babe named Miss that'r. always.around. this; J block-
... spar. Doat ar.r. them-just have hem Murdock-he:was here five_min-
1rs1arly bassi was puns sit light"Felix nodded and startedtoward utes.after:the girl screamed
Ibe ... .... It went the stags"So."said 'Clapp went after'his point'relentlessly -
..... ... ......... '1ft to Sol.*>was nuts about Miss Lynn.Clapp :,"But.,.'did: yoU,send after MILK .RICE2LB.PACKAGE
.... atwl tbreeat. "No, Lieutenant!" protested Murdock' Who called the police -
... .. .lusa aM Greisa. He palmed the sweat off station! Who' held ,this crowd in I .
vast elsilr 1twIau.1 his bald head. "You got me all e.tdl here and I
...... pisKa to hta -ronfl t Ferdv Just liked to watch got hereDid youf'"Well.
Maw ........ AA7. Mao Lynn dance. She'sa high- : ."Lieutenant. ;,I.was going.
I type girt, wry high-toned. Ferdy tG'da all'tHoset'thfneS--1 wantedto 4. 49c
CANS 35c 3-lB. 98c
aaio1 a.... }lot admired her-he liked ,cooperate:as much'as I could. I CAN
.bent. Yofy 1Hts. errands for her-you know get But that man' .yours was'in the.
_.r_ ... ... ditty.1st cigarettes or something if she ran house so he took charge He didn't .
.. Lases-d ....w.Uoo out" have any-trouble all with the '-" 'II! -- p: .....1 -
This Lynn woman .got any tough' guys-after1 all. he had a
*.**. ....., "Na. Clapp asked slowly. "What man SUNNYLANDIN
T3* bMt Or any "No, what** pursued Clapp. of mine?"'- > ,
WlMMMfeM 14 Chief. "She got a husband she living "Why,that gentleman: up there PEANUT GUARY.I.
Sa Fsis we caw.Clapp .a with anyone who does she run Greiss pointed. 's,eyes followed
around with" the fat finger up to the
pse-. "Sfce doesn't go out with'any back of the 'house" and a new 2 2Yz
1U74 body." spark kindled in them He crossed 31c 43c BUTTER OLEO
'= CUpp's lip curled. "Cut It.Grrtss. through tl1e,':.seab of the center Can Can -
....-4 \ I"m old enough to know. section. 'and>march d up the left
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