The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 16, 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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that 125.000 heard -I. N. .t. .... "' _
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t f.He>.r.M... .! munmtal. *Tv .to American Legionnaires who I I PARIS Oct la-A Polish -I well if will go to the penitentiary I' ...., .... M .. hr. ..........

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i [: ...... ityt.dr.r >4. M Laren ofN..r United' entering the Sands home in
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': in that city. today declared i .1 ........4 .. tit Pm.i. Pac -
errs. .aW WPir ktra while I I' that President Tnimnn : a prisoner F he night time. 1kis now in "; n...,...

; t lit _Nql w .M) irt,. of a military ctiouo- in the Marshall l..a..e' For County Jail .awaiting a prelim- I .....f ........... .... .
public, Six Disabled United StateiX";. inary hearing.Machin 'he- i. ..4S. _. _\

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.......... he stole from bank in
whir by Navy line : : hU -statement, a the ; ...
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Workers Gel i I ac- k2ikL4 ** all* [that" asd
|eoixlins to his,; vi-vr.,i that Secre- Creek 'Cdvernua f sands home shortly-,after he entered h .
., .... r bavur (:Aamber of i.1|tary of State' Marshall[[ when Jie. : .the home jfa\ ) Patrolman Irsstll feed ::; MJ....- ,
:t.ii.a. iJ' Jobs HereKey '-1 Returned I to Wa?>hM cton "teem ;'= :AboutWurl ,'.r.: Frank, .Carabalta;; 'Carab: ltadid-: :Jt.L.J.I/r. I
not know he lead stolen'the
: i Paris last; week "vetoed"<< tine ....- ..,j I .... f [.nags[ .h. 1.4
..... ... ..... rvtunlry has IBr- -l rn./ at the time but said Ma-
i President's plan to send Chief money .
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k..w ...L.eewrM.> im. Navy West employers tore giving Justice Vinson to Wisco-.v to I : : : chin ran away from him when:
__...,..,. tat. Ke> We..t are ..rswl..b.r.t more than lip service to the President [! have a conference; with Russian Secretary of StateMarshall t ;.took he sighted the patrolman. I. I l' \Vn.p. i.. Mir IM.. coal ... .
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assrwMre: m tlte naLtav forAthens The.officer went to county j
; officials with the end in view ofI a plane today to try to jail -
r. e sw "........... afm..t every day I iota for the handicapped. Jeff H. I settling the differences between for inabilityof where he wore; out a warr.nt.for :. sett a .r p.wdaMr
learn the reason
.. ...". in Krv We.t. it is I Knight, Jr.. manager: of the local Russia and the United Stateslie : ; the the arrest of Machin as soon I I LEE TINDLE ol tKa Le i-itUtt i f M...- tsstda ke1llMUets1Naas. "
-e P.iuiet./r Mutt t+e rant I I Florida State Employment Service !i said further that the the Greek government forcesto as he! learned of the burgliry-: 'I Nashville railroad washes top .... ..... gist is.4 b. Is.Yaa4 .

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t..ehetmM .... it| During Employ tary auressioa throughout the in the northern put Court to listen to proceedings'I I perturbed that gays ThsituI
.. j Physically Handicapped Week ; ., I E. Dewe*. the Fepuidcas tliue .gee tr anuesli 41Nwa
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I world. If that is not so. he de of that country.It ; yesterday afternoon, unaware|I I I .
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which ended October 9. six i disabled 1I tea IwtbM M
mended, is the Unitedi there was a warrant out for presidential nominee. puMhtf
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t ( ) / 1 were placed Spates maintaining; airplane was government him. |I| called him a "' .ut cM. Dewey I II
I ful occupation through the facilities i bases in Africa, Greenland and had been stressing its Thn: Lieutenant Alwcll acted made the remark ...K.a fnfineer I.d saw Ylnd'Nt ..
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1 t of the Key West employment saes
1011inns i office. Of this total four were disabled -!other parts of the worldVh> a successes, or supposed successes: when he aw!' Machin. I Tindle backed the earn ........ r tar ..... air ....
I did the United States recently t against the guerillas; and yet the paign train Into a crowd Nat ... Iae11/Md Nr .r Inrlh ..
NrUMNKIT' Sow, : grant $5 million to Italy for "" sometimes !I the ..... .. .. ..
au- Mr. Knight commended the employers Edd guerillas continue to fight, had gathered to bear ea .... ,...... .
tiM*..... vA P-....... .*. irntateil t I who :gave their support military expansion Why was DIRECTOR 1 -Dr. -vith gains in territory. ExplainsSchool didate during a stop at Beau- ..... .. l4 ...llt M ...a N.w .
the United States tryine to U. Condon direct Bureau ofstanduds .
ran Flftnikllit .... ,...
J : ni cooperation in answer to the coup. III.Commission. telssUtl gas a v
which handles re* But Marshall's aim, it ws'eta-
i dominate western Europe .i
awe h the Marshall Plan'? search on U.S. military secrets.. here, is to to
M.avtc .4..n road 4wtleesPE and "Ia'orda and a statement I j through ted try encouragethe Ib add turd paAete. ..aI .
..kda r an athirst MX I I by Governor Millard F. j i He concluded, "I have some ---- government commanders to 1 ) tlr t>ltelhee ies>r .s .
... to. MM! >rf M.iU.Mlu which WMt I Caldwell., j doubt if the money spent under ; Over intensify their campaign; againstthe 1 i Avis!-.. ..., ttM tr.5d eb. a.-
1 >mt tu the tteMktaw* Inc M yean I I I In emphasizing the importance the Marshall Plan is sclely for Argument ...... h1e aMe1 rf ..... .
rehibilitation of western guerrillas.When TALLAHASSEE.( Fla.. (Kt. 16 On Permits !
** .. Mir trtv. .| tN IMI Arm Mr. stated the Liquor hlr. ..i ea
of the Knight
"u.. 1\At, N......hwna the i'I that while program.the accelerated;: drive j Europe. Behind that professed Comic Book Fatal the Gr government (FNS).-While there has t-xn I i I tlir-- srutgtlrMialia .d ....
'plan, the United States U striving ,- (heard of Marshall's coming visit. some opposition from the school ... .
; rta i Srvvrnlls M elblalee4 perthruuah- for jobs for the handicapped is in + I City Cumniw-i' acted veMrtday A. Ile .hewstiL+r
: __ ... iral.iit the first week of | the : Amendment fte.- Rw f Miafer t4i 1
under No. 1, noun im
ilk .... w h ri rMg the main hoes receiving supplies some are h.w, as ....
s It_. NeteisYi t. Tttriiu. un the >I round service.function of the em- Marshall Plan to promote strong over a comic: !book. Sam..':blamed'lack: their of recent xiuipment.i set-backs! .on openly working for its paSS ce. i fa liquor Iterate awl Ute ...i....! i ij I Ii near.gore- w .firer: t .,
..... ..... I jployment : military alliances. :: uel Thomas Nail. 6. shot hi s the military realizing what it means to the '
i I.i asii Nast. aN mist be Since the beginning of this year, ;i! Opinion here is that the Greek j of two beer and wine Is.el.eea I 1 hd b. d wise
10. .... Wtnktd American. British::; and other brother Georfe. 10 in thy head state as a whole. .. .
1 triad tr.elibieWly | 16 handicapped workers have commanders have not been in which had ..*.... Italitllllps tallest n1r1i11.Ieils.sere.
i ...M ....... Mw .......e been placed through the local of- delegates in commenting on the: with a 12-gaugc shotgun, fatally" close;: enough connection with the Those who have'dclaim i throuch fawn toe1'' MMr [[threw I. r .. rMF1e
The .*..... rerlw.y. aut uaritLe< I rln. Knight reported. Experiencehas speech' stated that it was merelya wounding mm. American military advisers in that the passage of this I taxes. I at11r .... the b.1 It1rre .
of much of what amendment will seriously: affect
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.rlj L II Mat p.asen.I proved that a large percentage I Greece. The ramnru.n e.t.d M 1 / r r sr./tI Mill
....... ... Vishinsky had already said. --- --- the source of school funds. According I .. .., .
t. e sliwysat the' rut"eektt trs. I of these workers remain on the transfer tike -... "t Mv YrA" Yse a h.ltw esrc. oJ
.... delegate oh- to those urging the passage '
.% Heigh An Argentinian I
W a Mtrap c.d 'job. ; FOR SALE! FOR SALE! from Flagln. avrnur tw M. tear hsesdater
ill. 4YeMlw. NiR In 'the selective placement olt f, served caustically that the Polishspeaker :' of the amendment, nothing I II home _t 22* Kbrabatti. ....... acct. MM M hrirlrs. .ok
TW fiamaati ...... like the speakers trop. Lumber could be further from the truth j, (hesek
f > rHiia have t Ikamlicapped workers the local 1 Good Used Cars Cypress and on the iMtewal ol Year aatf has _wslblb. awe >
I alleraI.11..11. Masllla*a tfcroujhi ,office uses many tools and facili- Russia. asked questions about, I The 1947 legislature, which' wine IH-VMW ft* fvmn't B- | a* tM .. Itttw rr ..
/bMsi i Ml imiamey the crate tic for matching the physical! or tried to point out faunt TWINS GARAGEYour YAHl Increased the school;: appropr a- 701 SunonUMt "Uvrt aad. Ik* lever had ... Mrs. i .. .. ...
4s/nigs..r y *... trvMMi tmfftr byRtMMan |abilities of the applicant with jobrequirements. other governments but did not ST1UWK MJMBKK lion more than double from $18-1: I and wine heron trf tlu'> C"",*uwbia ,.... the 411MN s/st1 -
t ...... .. stet IhC n-fiula- Occupational ability say a word about what war.: ;going Friendly Studebaker Denlei TELEPHONE S16S 000000. to $38.000.000 for the Re Uu.unt jl 117 Uwtal, 1!i Ise tiers/ .... __ -l a .. ,
... behind the Iron Curtain TELEPHONE 163 fiscal year. 1017-13.:> and not to L.
anrJ'tM on 'ear slrrrettr d lrr ttttlae -
vl/cU physical disability I fiscal street
for the
exceed S42.000.000 ,
-- is to match the han in their own countries I I, .lie .IIIIAIAed Mt Ilerely "- "
1 question 1948-4IK:) ;; is the same legis'ature ; .... .
dicapped worker with a job which, year mm OKm mmtmmmn mmmmmm m ./ ---- ... .......
i Palace Theater 'emphasizes his skills sion in the !>AriiUey Corp in that passed the resolutionfor I ..aM Mir .... ..... sw bt
1 "f the vote on Amendment No ..
1941 He was Icpor; : tied oS :> '+ hthdi
i' YV0NMC: W CARLO surd Boor Match 13. 1941, and enlisted ;7r/j/ir Today I, indicating! that the effect it FOR SALE .wbe.M. .....se4. .

J HAN DURTCA ia Key\ WesterTaking as M/St-t. at Fort Act iNT'-. Rhv trLxlnnd. c the unprecedented increase inschool Y.Ihsss-.. rageleech....
i iti .: \ appropriations had already 13(1deluxe Plrm' 1ltb S."ec.1 ... .
MKirr9\ ( Juno 6. 1 IMii. l .meta- tan .>
t I -- PENNYCOCKTAIL been given consideration- Tudor, br.a4
3 Master of Good Roads radio. .et
; :) g IIIIOMIZI1: Supporter new. COY
l i _- Amendment, while realizing: the era undercoat S2ll1.SS

t Gunner's (CourseKOKT TICKET OFFICE viewing importance the of situation good ochools from ate the 1345 owner.DeSato verr 4.Deor.clean I 1441.11 J. R. Stow*s, Ct.

RAMLONIN'SRESTAURANT ALL AIRLINES HOUR overall angle and the vital l part 1346 Ford deLuxe Se \ Il JA N 1I'1/ ....
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p in thelale' .
hat Rood; wad: play dan. extra clean (144./1 IMHJ, \mMV4..1Mrt > II
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TOURS ; economy.Indviidual 1941 Oldsmobile
.tt DUVAL STKEETur M/Sgt John William Robinson counties are d>>ui- danette. ride MI."
of Mrs. Camille Robinsonof .._ .. ... __ I
wen all 1" :; (II'h6:00 f'JDully ed of getting for local I .A'htmL- 1941 Chevrolet Special _
318 Margaret street is attend! -- ----' : of whatever ...... .
7I... t s.IM4lemr, 1'lae --- their share appropriation Town Sedan 11 ..Offs.
me! a master gunners course; in is made bv the IcgisU New Yorker

/ fi..*irif>.. the antiaircraft and guided miile >. RAUL'S CLUBIi" 2 for .the Price of 1 + kin tuie because these appiopria 1941 Sedan Chrys., oae owner .. I,,,I IIHf-r 't/ft. r'Ii.
branch artillery school a' the
< lions for local schools are radio. extra clean IHktt.W
sin % I"'f'"I'' l, I ft, .
Fort Bliss. first charge against the Ken-mi : OTIlHi: t Ills 1M ....... tad YrrM \

e i :it1'.1Specie "/. master The basic gunners requirement course are of algebra the- : t'"t Dance To'iile i/i/ (Contmueu On Page Seven) 10 tiitksE: ; 1'11(111 [tali 1+M M B.ssee. ....

[ Dt Lux. geometry and trigonometry. 10 I'JI. '02,1..11.Featuring $ Trade, AcwpIe4, A ....- ...-
After completing the basic tour;- but Net Riupured
e. M/Sgt. Robinson will study en- TOWN ROOM MIAMI COME. ON UP sad I'

DMNERSaturday gineering drawing, surveying.nap DEBONAIRESAdmission. BARGE LINE. Inc. SAVE: MONEY ?//&vik
> reading, and orientation. CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS>
SOe Per Person

and Sunday from MSgtRobinson the Key West high graduated school in Moderate Priced Drinks of the La Concha Hotel TELEPHONE Leaves 1i1'ext ,. Prindle May Motors I.
Barge .
/ PHONE IM Yo'"' :

-A. ll Pumltir rricrt (l 11939.October, and 30.enlisted 1940. at in the Key Army West Hauls} (Jut)Boulevard Ph. 9247r. L--; ;- .. Miami, Thurt.. 0,.,. 21 : .204 r N.W. a 3Cth St. Mi...... Fta.-.l t

Uarrcck He received a com us-

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i Urr ; ;'--lIfrst CCitiZ1li! NOT.DEWEY> f t Radio Programs IIDLIi'L'IU'1' LEGS LSSAil'ana I t .

........... ...." ........ ,... cm rate rtxrrrr rwrjrrIf ..,t1wRLRSStfif I Is
.. 4arv.... 6swwI ....-- Everybody Jtasf his: rfeht tea rolesdw BY' The AssocUtetf Peas Jawtrlta r.'I'1IC1."he .-"" t+IMi1rM.

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i i 'fte r'IMw ..eMt-1r..P ; t k8Qaeme- p eamaign. I .Si .... nrtaR; rAW'a. ....w .. 'I'IC
4r..._ w A r ..-. r NETWORK PROGRAMS .. Cm..sieRv.e..w '
..4 > r I. Y sfs sMr.wr. tkAat *_ ptjfater gives taws :
It.l, ila/l. $ L'q : THe- CPefeeetr iwfeas iwtxs- .
.. Tim. >.*****rmr& Ra .dar d. ItrTJI! /.PR' ir11'RJkt1t as s sn. .. ,. 1<

- 6.. ..... _.m ...r1w ])ewer a fairly g6'Kf' cha efr rf carrying stanrfara stanaarg seistrsR.n.XjJjtract h.ur.twtnur Tormountain .. P1.YWKMt4ta ..... _i.Ftn.. ..... '"
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*. Sam Meat 'statt.n. Oiaxg* :.:I 'i...... .'- ...'....... : "t .. c. 1
...... K erlr a-..'"'- .. .. Pl wldrt.. >4sM mc dul. camSATURDAT _- b.L 4 ..Reuneir r ;. _.e ...a..... -
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..t l/s.e. MMf-- -.." .- age pent hefiiwd that wWefc wilt he cast awt w eneta..e. R-.. .5 .....ieN ... .. !
--I .t: -...... .. eat. pa..,. ... a. W..Y.a _... aaw 4Jr '--'-- -
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.... ....,..... ..Tit. That estimate Mti sesurfted i*% severaleamptiBA fvwU*a190New. n..r ... /fi Ar .
_'1.R 1Fa .-ea1s. rws M tJle j

c.-- -- .. --- 1N (latttaa( Ig RepnbIiui r p'.iitatL+_min f :c.-st. amaaaat-sod l Ilv.E. .-, D29-.b .our. M prA.... ItLA teas :

,.. ___ __ ''1''' behalf. reeks. Quart....... L .
.... til Plttfr4da i : fe 1 .Vey a'I.taca..nms.s er d 1r.dr 5. t i541 f_ 55 .... -
--- -- Saorc gar d mh MTafcw ...:.&..Jr
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- The rkfeen" gofe** is that D?v ey wilt receive a. XuraO tawse0.Lali. r- b watl. :: t tn. 4. 1-. ::. :.--. o

Iwrfa7/N.r ..T... k15-n.lsto.. hi- Mc ioebeBroom. !--.:.;;.. tally 41 /. ... .qr5a._... ... ,. .. .
aad PineUa 3ucoets >
..d4dsa. .......SAiia a laTg-e-ft.te- Dad I Ibu& -- ... IS.4 ..L.r..t ... ... ... ............ .... ... t.

... ...-... .-.......rM eWIll 1 fare MdIy in thet t 1;>>-& amaK Syss.-.. .... tt Lat ...- ?calf I ....I ... .... .f R.. erater........-. .-.p.......... -_< 1

.... ..... ,f fMaka r.wi.M- .'tort ,06. ;VCC5S I .
eI/R. ''Craietli'r" dfetrkt 4 in MVwwwe county Harr, Wl.e.e.Spa.
.1., an.,..' .ala q ---. -.. wltl w a* alaae.rra. >>.--...... 9'b'x4WL BO: 4a45 ..444 5/La..... i alaa r !
_..... .a ... A .. A* Tfce Titfoen sie>s it, Mho !te ..... fM. w'kl.k Cart pr.deaid* .
.. v -- -.a eomr.ahrer aJacBNtL se. in +. Nb -
M ...-. w l ._e .Ica.t4 .. Florida wifc ke Trt a-arl, ..Tfcurwwnd. c--........_ l.r P1a_ a'hlrs .. ..... 4., .rw w. 4 ..
..4 ..'M- dt.- "' : 1ti. ,
M d.s .w.IS Kwaaaaa eh '.. -.r b sai.r firer
;.: i --- ... ..k-.1 IeN1 N De% eY rTrrwltf Ban t.* aie aae -... I
.... ... t..'Ifie .*..r. w. i I Hawaii Out: 3f,uMelana'-mMJ k I t tc ''YIIE ".."S"" !.tilt. a- TRrLeRstM '
:;. r;::: :: The RpebfSea !C point met that Herbert O-Tie Dews 911.1.bsvaueka JvD.. IIL arse.., -o
>>- aa.a.-oms l' .r 'I'M"' weS1R K ........ ., R sR5i
H wvr carried FT*rsa fMer Al Smith i B.-. -7 rtJausix.w5 Is asm r_ ..,__ fN1rl.. .-.. M #.-. .
in 1923 hut regrettable- tiMUHTh it may he. a.a.deaat..M IS rNISrUI. j
i ?: *-H. Carmtcbaot 3o..-tt. S- I1SereisrtiR
the and the hiyairy that existed Me t Ailaa sport..a.1:06aotirwovd tANDASJI ra.'PCrS a e1.A f+IrgSw. .
prejudice rtaielMf. .r rr ra ..
: Thato.0iaq ..'.. ... .
@ I94Crc then constituted the mam ad e ny reason i $ K'gal" aotaeb.Jeb .. e r iRr. Tm lit ....... iii ,. 4 II"", .. >w
_. reteb.: c-.a, -a". Ji1HN '.! KTUfft MM e .,
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fr Ilyewer'a v tMJ". :west,' ..wl.rt. ijIMaills ( .;R.'r. a OCR. B a e'r m .IM.r- .:.: = -%!:

I i ':20-'iI'lR_ K COSeae..a.-sM.. f'tak. ., ....". .. ..... .. -..
Some Fl mdian today are wrought I Amaeinf Mass.DoeL1 R--n. /.. a ..-- d. .
(. $S5iaa at sYrbs9:00ills '..-we T. I?..ICIs a.-e... -' d "'
itp over the Cwif Right* program as enunciated P8....... n.4b :- TAR .1A1R sit' T''tIll NAlt.t ..
Wi.s.v Take 'jCaatra. .-- .. .,r vie RS a 'C550. .
by President Tramas but that resentment [ .._ Dr" >mabfsak.1el I "AAClD: ,.., IwA C. CIa--, ., ka.e1Ie w....

: .._IS rc ae Err WEST Iea.u.-ma.. 4..4 N ': ...... __ 't..
its mild compared to the passion I f-15-Caanj Koes Shaw -moa. 'ra. C..v. 05 ... ... .
AATOCATZO ST TltS CKltLLXad : f S JO-Judy Coo- 96.w-ab. AP Newsteatures .... ...... t ,,....... r .. I .... a. .a .
that actuated a majority of the -wtera in Jr Pars t* B* Iigerwt-eba ; r aI__. art aatrr..4.t .
Wkat's Mr Xanio- oeXaai PLANNED is fit a modast bud?**. this fonts-aad-a-hall: loom j essay ........ sava :
t Florida m 1028 Beside Democrat*, who : t of Sena Qa_..!.!. i ..... ar ails.'Fe. .
nd hauaa ha attic where two and tutu C Abe
L ... Bmtda AputllWDt& baooie aa aacpaTuJfaJo seems r.ea.ea g... -
TO-OO-DonnU o.y' Eay-
So 14.ett Bathing PrriUon. recent the Civil Rights program" have a I Ta ra R awn-ab. f added. Designed by MeMuxrar Oiirgclis. Ml Sfarrresaat .acrd ItiS R r. aare.

fL Mrgorb r..d. and Sal party other than the Rep Mieaii s, to -WW Chicago* Qoi Theater*" 'be-mba I Avenue, Uni&u N. X. as tea Aaita. tU. the hotis serial 557s > std wa.RC.i.rL.I RN, ...... rot j I

.. C. C.fawiJIiTifWia J :I *f Comfy' and which to tarn to ease their feeling That : fe:3G and ot. o> !,. oarw feet exclusive ef gangs and pcrcfa. A complete basc- loos.. r M .... ..... apt
f..el I1
Gky CorrerwnentB.Audltortum.. of ; Mititarp Hayloft. Hooiowa Ball--eba_b I 'meat is suggested with oil cr gas-fired air-conditioned heat t ::4 ::=: Rave :
the Dixiecrat. w composed: hoiting -
party, .... ...
I C4RI-if7 WOO-v..., & Variety- be i M A. Y I!;
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Democrat*. to! that the wv er* &f thatparty ; News. Vaf.ty. X Brs:-c b. I 1'11. Ca5r .v5 .
New; and Dance HourKorf ;a'". ; mmnnmat t = 1-fast. i M..e it

feel they are not jr oMg.faT from i a a. Krackin': ..... .5s C .-....,..,...

home in J. Strwm Thwrmond i rr3<>Danca Baud SholIe. TODAYS ..... 1OaS3T' 1- ... w. AI -, ---
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West I
uppartm? Caat bc-wo '
12:Oft-Daacin* + 1 Key isr+*.. Cave TaaaaMao ....... ...-. i C
}tnw>)(:iz fait for the pe< Kleacy. I .f a., .. rf..ss4 ......_.. ..fats a P'\s_ .
..m-d M d ar..e .I11 ,w 5 -

,.*f I It is plamiWe to a3unee that few Days Gone ByAS BIRTHDAYBy .....- saws.. r'blw Nan rata.-.-:.. mn5. 5a5 .. <.-

Brat we have .-g- Democrat In Florida who are againstTruman' ; NETWORK WOOJUMJ .rod. =-=.--::rds.av.4 'tea v..r aaav* ti **. e<* .M a.
hail ... I. *- i aMTarTiaaa .
Time t s aster[ sundardr.r. itsoral TAKEN FROM FILES .w. t *,. to thurth o* Cm. Rih4 program. will vote standard. auMract .". odor,far = 11ar1eMTb.a -... **4M ...
...t,4 hwv s I movfitam staitfartf uatrac twokowra. OF THE CITIZEN OF ... r.flar i.r. .e Mrs. vols.aa. fc ii *- -B.4&r >
for Dewey who eomes from a tate where s.". I.e. *tat>o.a cl>aMour .... .. at -. >.- '-* ->-
MUnd. .. ..... .... oja
..tttla a: __ Id's M .* II I of may. to ftt totalch.4use, OCTOBER If. ISM : OTTETLL. bona Oct. Mf. t.M r *. <*"'** *'

THE ORACLE the very things the Dwieerata oppose have I: Last not Bo mtmit,...C1\o4.Dr.t.. ...(.. ...... 1IIIUIIIIIIImD! U. IMS in New York City. Aftera i, .tIC R.r..... C......l..4.4.. ..sows.... 4aaa r1 ..Ift.. :. SLaa>... r ..... .... -.. a ava. La4Br ->

existed for more than half a eentttry. In II I I The tropical disturbance of year :at Princeton and a eta t t I..k R---s: .aar Ra ...L1.g > .1isr .:.. .e w att ...

view of that fact recalcitrant Democrat j !!slight intensity passed over Ga!- in olavwntuic at Harvard htww "- d.tkinr.d 1.-":: = I .... .. > .rt I
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t SUNDAY OCTCUI 37AM.r..r ro&aied the 1.:9 aa ....... Ct.CaaCa. -... I "-
veston. Texas :at 2 dock this .... .r .. 4
in Florida wilt tent Ttatrmond' not a p..aa r .... kR lssee eftM 1...,
TM SMOKER'S RESPONSIBILITY r .morning with fresh to strong I world, tending Aga leMt .......4
t t'J'w Dewey. I i 1OG-Am.I'.a.: Cafteol. Tax.4b4N.w.'rmm..taryeb mules Rts35bre.. 1543- .... aaan .
I.! The Weather on a cattle -
II I shifting winds. BuI t I : ., .. .... eM PICT ...-. "
I :>_ PntinriU Taro--Sbe-baate! resu sail no further dvisories tf F ship, serv lad naalaa ,..... ...e la1 :
tifxaf. yob reached for %4e News i:onHneatary-vtoat.18 I I .. ... ..
WiO be issued about this storm. +Nr- s wak.r .Ib M
Apropos the presidential campaign; : --OyiawMt C.mwaneary--eYS. I I"lpialoft sea- a a>.ti- 4 MM| --- !tf
an.Mf. ..Jtaa a lift paper t.t e fitted with I FxNtor a* Bom*-abBroarfcaat :: 1421 IMI. iaao >. a 1iMI5.aN.r5 -
how :many. peeehe have yea read (,1'I Conoa 1s.13oqllkatn The Cuban Juan Bruno pecti&g for gold J din_W ..... talt..I
chlorate torch : ..s mba gunboat ...... .. .. ,...
IeIIfI: It fc. a p-,taMwm j Tsisrs 1113 f..4. .
t Ji tend to on the radio-in faJL : R.bndtable--sb. I Zayas: which k -gh$ a delegation iii Spanish e9

-.c.w4M Wn at a Kifrle hoat antH it k eon- Ten U A.aroeD.Narlnnal Yayra-ale. bexe from Cuba to participate Kooduraf. He l tbr.. teati 1z't.. t :' ...aforeattttl
; Smi1-kw.m.riy d.5.wrar dM > i ....
Alib o. Qnti2OO $hOM la El Onto de Tara, sailed vaude.ville i k.adr.d nm- tHai fsM evAs. I
tlln-d M ash.*. The -h.WMeal ii Mixed Nearly every eommamty ha* public .-Flrvt P1a... cuaneC-II-; I this'monuac for Havana. The was a genet aeM ... .rro ., ...

.oh ... t4-flaeIA .. ar !*r to make it f. rn.t spirited citizen, who jrive Rfeeratty of their FMrtjTal Arou of,len M Wend-b4- t sW..k sailing had been postponed be- I ; actor then t ,_

time and Air-Forr 9i_.. ea>* e .f the tropical disturbancein a cub reporter. At-in ..... '"
...... money to p Wic came, withoutexpecting *3O-Cntvorat: **' Tw. .- the Cult Ewiane O'NeiU until lung trouble All that urlail::. = N.wss sM.t M .ij
Too Aro TMr.eb.Ir. I I t 4r ens a< laa i i Ms.. I.eIiy
n. MrM4Aranc. of th** ithotild tied material gains for their effort. Pr.s1Maa-foe ,, put hna: in a sanatorium.. Rest aa4 kaa wa r ..a1ai..t .
S.w.. v.reraa' I'a.-l-_" I Nsah.r rwsr .. ta ..-. .
Five will !i r Itar
-ci>CTviTuttee report whers has I launched him
I .. AA*. Th apparently harmless writing 1i .
a < .
f 1.00-1. T. P.i.1l1larmonie- I :svmker : n A.eyll.. 'wwleektrJq t.fs
ANIMALS IN HEAVEN? x..... firo.Aea.b259Mnae oo their fiAdififa Tuesday Bight I as America: premier dramarkr llsa ae "" L ,
4*. !te .I. .wt, Af the great* t menaceto me.deut-fobs a* a meeting .rf the Key West lk PICC.VC 4* .. .......- -
I"IS-Aaeriua .A asao.b.33O. ,.... ..: P.44.w tar a. a ... .... mu'tae e "
aM plsptrtr when tarefaitfrfy haRd d. L .. Ha.'. rag.iiy-sk. Charter Revision ; I WILL YOlSJIlLE? ..-..uo.'s.. Ctr..t: Twa ..... w.m rhea Stn I ... r- s
.. There President I R r.. Day) C4mmitt"1 cr-.I: '' .;254. two tr..i ev.aosay .
animal : 1
1i.... ,.r. ear |l.a1r emoker were rep<>nf are and bird in Tr a.>.nr K..4andJ. t .. 1 ar. saIaR
........ 4a- a" al.
: > of which Heaven, a*, well a; }ham,an ber' and I J.ry-m. ', Still After Him .i a....... gad T.. ..e, '- Eaas. .. .5S..4'5
: ... lye TA.AAA re'-maivr #< 4:00-Q i* Rids.fa.a-anc JAO K Byfal -" I MervUle Rosana, Jr, eJnplo'yed' ia-iMar r.... T1Wa, ..- S.. s...

d t.atk, taj+tryr and high property ae?efc" ," declare* the Rev. L. J. J:. Snell of Hooi,,Tansy. of ilj.t#ry-mbo by the Porter Dock Company; left' A I I gad Fwoirt i4f .ai4 +..saa... R.ti r5 k.5.a..
.. (> Philadelphia c u b ra a n a.4 reassq Naraw -. .
4-14-. Thomaoma *...._M this morning for Miam to attend : i '. adf
4b br.. Will tt.* tMl I.* greater thnt4o :! the Ch rch of England. speaking at aspetial 1 I i dreamed: that he died and went .1r..s s a .tttss .
430.-News: Uvtac 1i44obsikrwar a Bc eetiA& of Texas Company fildealers I J'Wtf..... .U. .... Ao._ .- .'.. 4i.,
#11 ..., service in Hereford, fcngfand.Tim tA *rjr.--*bo SMitheast Florvis. !F to heaven.: While sitting in a I5r. 15 a rN.s.r.Nr/e ....... --
.. 'P-D A541t"beDeteeti. in i r beautiful palace, a cherub came liar Oa. Maaari I 151-.S .-
7te. >+ fv safe haftdHftjr of cisraretprMlHet is an mtereattn: assertion and .. Mrat.rks-Sibs I> !!*, tm it..'. ta aB
5.06-Ja.. ","""ua. Stb6MP. Mrs Frank left [through paging htm. i w.-r51 J eI.r PIA r-..... as.1.111.a1t
itt4 _. all. Mh.r tl4aft4' ., areAway one may be pardoned for wondering where ... Q. tA.... 1i.wAba4ow -d HUuber yesterday "'C4H for Mr Doe! CaR for 153, fro.. tfkrar r aa .....Cw..t.eb ,
>a.... tnabe afternoon for Miami, dRv.u.s iM .......
: ...... ......h. put. them ont in ana the brother rot hh information. There' are where she toad been called because Mr. Dle'"Here i TSu.s OIlh '- vrrt 'n ter.w .
S.30-Prb frna C.esscrttsk4Bki1 you are my boy thchibman .. .........
.. tM-f- *fvwv+ other safe e/Htahwr when many people. of course, who have a specialyen )fa"" ". exam.5bsr I of the serious illness: x f her said beckoning to the AIJI.i ) ::.r- fla4a
AromaaYaQatCL t
-.. ....... with th.m. VeTer throw a for animal* and, eOe jM eRUy believe j 6..Itt.r as Fyy;I fliaf-mL. !brother lK. Ben Margulies. 1} pagI'm! :Mr. Do. What u i .tit tbil ,.... ...... ... kit aiI MRbe11wace
.. Lot gat ..
atlrMg Mtt hom a ear-th+* particular that they will be found OB "the other .h...., | George F. Archer left, yesterdayfor it I! .. .. : ..:. .. _..._ ..
... f. '.CO-Catholic Ra4 o s.n1callO Your wife wants you &n the ......... N-..r.4.4. "-r.. I ./. ..
i .. >.. ttf Mr.1..iim H4 ha> eae ed forrve of 4irP The Family' t)rama.-eba Miami a* a result Qf a sum- r..WJ3 board sir." I ..-___ ..... aa n- r Ibx.rtk a
Neat f"orawftt-ate' nwa tie had, received to serve as .... .1 .... Mr4. .L ... a tW.31J
... 10V1 1 for..t flret the eonntry has If we a tiime that Heaven w the abode Roy R-.gers 8ln,(>w-Ktat j jurynuA in the federal court in I rep .. K.. W...I ... ....... 1155 -
1 :11-:: ... Summary-ab. I a-, '- 4iaaal Mw ... P.t. Mt4
irratl T1wat.. ..... ,...". the car makers! of "jrit.oI4 and! avert, that animal will I* s.3G-4"u..114. Harriot-ab. that city. Doves and pigeons: have m aN e.f mart Sal ttragRiI -I: i
I P.Try Ya.rk. r.ea.ertrck. I" g.*li-biadrfer, which the ancients'regarded I I a 4 rs.a4e :.. t.r1 Acs a... M i
... ... a..h rt "4r.r hit f'a"' And.! aJ,<>ve all, on hand one ront conclude that animals', I ', as: the seat of bitterness 5.414 fa a ..........t ........ ,- .. ...P----: ... ,
1 ?Io..<>*t; Carter.albs Miss babe-He Duffy who had I 4.11r; .15f1 .6.1. f.." ..SaY.a .. -...... C a..
ifMI .." .. to feed. A ckrarette wiH setr in thk world have n.. A try twWM selection aj a symbol of meekness ,W. .... aad .. i.. 'flsant55e. % t S.... m .i.. -a
..... afire t nOt a novel J doctrine hecauae' it has visiting relatives and friends left t
more quickly| than! mon of : bra f.o for if_ N.-.N9k.rl.ek and J a 5-rtkw... 4 ..wMisiq ....... t: SA .

tM ....,-.- an' many' a wm.ker ha J.aro. cardinal tenet of some religion throughout and H.U.essibs7:30pbu Alice-_b t yesterday thon. for her home in :Mara: : : peacetoxing i i.? a ;::. .;.Q 4.r.. M.. e..a. LIp M '- ._ ...... .

94. hilt. out The Hindu AS .rod A.dyk4 A kangaroo" can kit I ate flea fwi gad wf ... ...avsI a M roar .r
I* "Arrow. And sneaking. in F/ed has axes. *, notably consider (..m-il... Hall Mame-*b ka .k N s. .1 -+ =. wa. ;::. .

a.f1/I..fl+m of amokera Mfr' the hereafterI' the cow a Faired animal and there Gafe'iel Hattrr atko*--orb* t George W. M< lgrat, well known a man or a dog with one blow. I YS. are -== w ... y .' .k. e. .
r. ....
etNreool Acs twos
-oke9am SA $4.arasw I
t GO-<;harl.;' McCartfcy
have been fotanee of animal worship in read* Adr.ntnres-.tb. local ball player and Miss Edith I.1. OF' ISSPECtOlls. CLERk" f. .11.. IN ., .1 5.e.45 A. I' .... /bib ... .r ... e.
*,.p Ttt* Manx; Uais-aba May: Hennquez were married J last 1511 POI.LtPL" ISThe fa 1k. a5., ...,... ...- -. ...... ...Yoe s t. .4'
)IW. the part. T_ Mo if ,... Mvtfke. accept the rfJ\r'OR; =iWIfy j. >>Fnii Al en Comedy_bCa 'jmght by Pedro Aguilar, notary ra41 I..wiaR i a U..t ..t las'.T t D....." .......W I'ISSCr ... .",.. I ,-.. .. .,

.. that f/oea. with it-theMfijr. rsp.rk itility .m B-lt> Drambe'l' IfUblie.f aad 1._..". tog-tk.r. weik k.-v TN I !oat. At riNYit.. M alas a.r ....... I.... ... .- -.... '..
lease a.- .
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M --- k.fait When part *hip1 have to watch l.. T.d bI.I.... P.eard.fwal .-4mof I r......... .... ..... e r.' .
) in accordance er GoRouftA-Bbe f r wjU.
*. j Today The: Otun says in an _i"......... .. >>..r.r.w ( ..Sty. f.T .S45 .... .
Hews Hares Tt-at'r- a .maef
each I f'.1.n H. he ae14 ::r': = .
tit. f4t1. other the .editorial e.ner .
partnership re2ardle of abe paragraph: ar. Mfalrsu
s' iiutay J>omal- i'
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S2-ret M( /> Dralsa--ilia .5.5 a.e 1. a -
.. legal) form, H kaput. 1.1V Hofiywocd C.mmeat-ar.. I -People! have left Key West be- !; rKKriM %*. ii i 1 f.- vl =. NI.r. = ;:; \ -

Mc.ic.-.b4 (fore to dodge a hurricane only to ':a .. '.ai rM. I1.4'l.rk Bbxlc, Nod ra_ ._ .......... .. ..5aal4 ....
OLD AND NEW RUSSIA t'40 Alfcum Familiar t %timnat"n Sr_i_ .k. .... .. r.. Gncet tii
Our Mnsi Irmo.-mks.. run into Its counterpart a thousand Plflir.: nrralin for 4. .f -.4. .. .ii TtW 4.44
.. Despite fm admitted shortcomings, Theater H flywoo OaiM:mnmest-m K mr-abe b:4 f miles away7 Jaao.. Brg.. Jrn .: a Tas IRI..1 Mel ptS5IR._ IMaM.grade.. ... a"4.rrik.4 .. *
\ ia 'ai.... nE .rry: ('banes .last. ........ .. STAR BRANDCOFFEE:
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..: Th Ooyernment, and the people of the church liS an institution, has done t *-Twin News rommllIt-mt. J I ni bars: Vera. ll "-. ".".......: far I. Msn- (a5wit ".1. ,. -
10.GO-'rak It AT Leave It- I TODAY'StN1It'ERSARIFS \nt 3 a> .... United "Atate' are .hitter against the more for the average man than he realize /gem arxl Abner :ch- 4.1. Rrlwl, #*atiA Drank Iw-l Thai _nAta .I.1 .... .

V'sicss.f Stnaa KM \ ilUl>...l_ -'nn $awT.r: ('barl.s a'.. ty/a. .... ...... I. .... .
*... rovernment. The AdminntrationTIH 10:>>-Horace H..nit Show-aba f".r..a4O's. riaaL .t ..., ..... ... Ia.waf .. ... -Try A Paid TsiK
i trtko it Rie*- (Know AK.rtca1 PM.:4 ISIT ,.a. Z ,.... .
.. *..Kn It juet ail rut Me** in pushing the MORE POWERFUL ATOMIC BOMB Commentary on Mnel.-I..Cory' abo 11....,._ ...aflt: .'wart rrs_ t -.2 lr lass.t.a.-r..._.. Sit 44is. .a t...
: Oa.ette-r"tr. 175&-Noah Webster Connecticut : .Ia'- Saar.I .
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apt the li: *Aian revoluItr 10: S-To Bo A fcooftt.4-ab teacher author of famous! I '. irk'- .orri' Haltrirkroline L r..... .
.i.Lia wr when The United atomic 'bomb 11-C*-:New" ft \ariety 2 br" -ate ' .- :" Ford: 1Ir I ; a. fall... r.RC.. _;
they murdered the State has dictionary and of spelling and ..
;New.. Variety Ianc.2 tort._ta 1U.; tihaw. : t..aia 'ib45 p-w. _- 1 a p5as I. ..iM I.4 nr--
-- r.*>r aid| h4f' .mHy, probably} ten tima powerful a* throe I ;less a..4 Dane fantf-at. grammar books in use for generations ..ioll..ft.. JIIyn'" .a.-a.a; .;ra..a I Ave Ior.. IC ........ p iIS
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;\. ba fo&d 2 Ar.'b..r. t.rMrKrrr.: Willura M .- ,'_ flAa ..... row 'l.. .
ThV..rM*.. Almanac dropped Japan according to the statement I I Caatwie.dabses& I a versatile. productive ........,... I -r ..f Ana an* rVianj 1h' .
in on
r life born in Hertford. Conn. PRF'AISIT ,D. S aa4 raantna Ik...-. ala. .,,
KM* that fti ....i.nin the United State of General McNaujjhton, of Canada I Died May 28 1843. ........ 1t..itb ,.... I"cr....... I j iir_. in a4kk.4M.rl. .. fNIPRINTING
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MI-aUr %.CUI.2U. Can me t be Win| to before the United Nations, meeting in :: Your HoroscopeSATURDAY I 175&-Bland W. Billiard. Ken- "J..k --.\..... ...w... J ..:, f...t ,k*ace la a \.... .
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i r.aetor.-tdwaM: :: E. ( ar4 rX. : ...i"rlr *.r- -iiM now M ord.. .
f fcW f...i tr>at the Communrt of today I'arw. I tucky pioneer and Indian fight- \\-nlial1l Baker ( i...|....I I Thtrteoa 'lll> foe.. tlm--. .
are I IP i er. born in Fredericksburg;; Va. %..,"""r.. .-xmnfl R Pindar yWII'H.r. N.rtk...l.rly 4tr.r.a.a Mithre .
T tilt .......1... Ineluillnjr tho,,e who live in The Canadian General described the OCTOBER. j Died Sept. 5 1853." .*-' I I I t 3i f-, IB.*'. .
M. Viti. 194S--Today ndieair around all"1 j 1 PKF." IT ,... 4 ........rt, ....r..-. t'l g
+ .... 8t.t.., 'bomb! dropped on Hiroshima and) Nagasaki i 1777-Lorenzo Dow eccentric High 'a.-J| Aaaex.l ilea4r4 Tbtr. oa 41U, ,_,

'* mentality. with a strong ,' Method l'ait*.4 aad Tropical >tr_lp I Aaa !5tr" "*t .... .11. p41rfaaiae. . -
t "elemental! model. which nevertheless i toward scientific pioneer evangelist rf.rkZ M.fl.a4.f.
pursuits ..,.. .
.If known as the pioneer: of camp 1..p..t. -J RHerring. TVillUm -
t Ief/ want to Hv.long-r just r mem. ', were thousand of times more : comprehensive and well.. t born Imral. Y..... *.r.r<-ra piaoVr ALS'l
t..r ..hfo .. meetings, at Coventry.: I All l Las ...n.... fr... ""_. '
death. I powerful than other bomb existing at the balanced; this person should d I Conn. Died Feb. 2. 11134.* .I .r lot ., load .M at. M iOtf ..

it I I make a mark on the roll ol t "_ n !3WT"r: ,.;.... K frl.,*a. ....f Ys.r: s.., *.< fcf.aa .... Wb.4r Ys.hrr
time. 180e William P Fessenden
.. PRI.f'IT sEe % part .( t>M :Vaaiair r_r 0.
i and himself
If .there must 'he Nation seek i' fame bring a pecuniary Maine's famed governor secretary I t PmiK-iana f-.rosoimllj Hall la eq...,. 5545.> "'JI '.' .. .....
appeasement Urging the United to reward that will take him ...
we I'j I of the treasury and Recon- q all".n. .rdlar a. Ahir.514; w. c.. .. iM
1/Mek theIMled ; yif'tA should atomic I through life comfortably. I r1..rl;::-J.rl"t t S. Uant..1. :f .iM City *.I laalatf *
appear theThe and mean:* of controlling i i struction leader barn: in Bos- Inflpertorn: Karl fury 111*. a. ,....... I -., f.osaNMMw

State-t energy the Canadian Army officer aid i! ,J cavten, N. H. Died Sept. 8, 1869. ::..tanfa&...&a. Vt_ra JnhatuMi.. : Naomi ......r t < <>o4. ,
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 17. 194 i 'rlbn"r Two H.a4r 4 Ms -
that "for the first time in modern history.., i i L i 1838-Horace W. Scudder. not-I PH::,':\rr >o. ahaml fra iara e .f Aaa A ....-.. '.eN :u
I : -Today'i nature is independent: ... .
rf Comin rce H iI4iaMarathoa ( )6tr. .. ... Toa *. t" alb
Federal I self-confident of : ed Boston editor and author aII T.rMa ... .
Security Administrator A method of the destruction of civilization I desirous dis > jaa tw.n ff Is Tfcreet4i
tinction but too and II I pioneer in good reading for 'i.r*:-A. K. 5t'ondlurn. a5d b.vr all -f aM ,...... .Pet
,.. .ty priiisi.d an extremely' extensivegovernment, i U present! He pointed out that the earlier. proud .I youth born in Boston. Died Jan I I ;In-a.-tors.--. Clark OiarUi and ...s.aa ik.aro ok....
haughty. The result mayx I V..r.'th: AI Hart.. Ana totr..' IK :: ..oikin'..r''
p .ram of eiampulsory health }bomb) released only a mall amount of the! I that when an opportunity foi r: 11, 1902. PH:. i%.-r %o. ? .lrI..... Kirlkree ill (elK -
t'lhwrane. Tav,.rnl-r fart .. '. On.. "r t the .-a-n"" he uvd!' tfi I nuclear energy available but that the degree .. I. success is at hand there will be 1847-Samuel P. Jones Geor j. Florida ,>.. f sae ........ Twenoo. THE ARTMAN WESS

f ...... it wag that the no friends: to help. To guard I gia's popular national evangelist: : fl.rk=B.miner Atbarr! IRIS beet: tfceaco la S.etke .
voluntary plan.* of efficiency has 'been "substantially ....... VI" L .M-.krs
I j against this, cultivate friendly re. his day born in Chambers County Io f> :--(> x Jllbnrr. terlv 4>rortlae) I! fMar .,.. .pt (
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--.t do the that W. Lrocnvlte'.d. K tft. ill leet. taeava la *
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advertlainir !i' e. cpted 'un.l r the following renditions- tutveot
..f error, In a '.rtt.!nv. tran.sI*tat .4 font ran. The Ci>taea will b.
'i respoaa.-btM.'t..r| the' flrxt tnvrrtion In <'.._ll't<-<< ".*..".....)(. and In I
'I..her.a..I.r ft.r .oa.'.* the a<-.'.al *n.vm part: nt the tdiertiufcHn-nt ,..-n.r th" error incurs,. '
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4 Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and 3-tedroom furnished MacArtljur
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bth, Maid and janit-jr hcjrie.. '
Free $12,000.
: ; j. ices, linens and utilities se.'V-1 terms. Johnucii & Johnson easy

.JI: .... ";" ,11.rP f nished. Imo* rates. Oral l Phone. :!'72. wtl-U
Hotel Apartments, opposite Post -
( } Wirephoto. Office. oet7- :tx 1 --
i Gray marine engines and sen-ice.

"[ J TVCS RJT AT THE GRAYS betide th? cfiin cJ Cr t.CcQ.Kdlx. Ji- Madison., Fla- ; Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. C. R. Srr-ith, opposite FirestoneStation

...... ....r.1 Mrvk for the lint American harp in the W,t/wUh Japan. His body 'was reMifM < Utilities furnished. Children [ Maratbcn.. octi-lydo

*. .M. t r..k .boat .be Ori :lt. At extreme right is Capbr-e11.'s"vt3ow who.: married again |: under 1 year aceeptedApply
attic Ml tfMtfc. &.. (!. Mr is son. Cclin Kell?, Ill7hV hcV4. the Hg that covered his ;; 915 Windsor Lane.; octl.f, Radiance rose bushes 80c each.

Ictlwf.. eMU'- T* tht lift ar. the hero's paren ts. ?'trMrs. Celli} Keliy. Sr. | I Freeman's. 1121 Catherine' St.
Four apartments available. 411 ;
}I 7/illiam Street octS-2Gtx <.
I NtiW IIHH. I'SKII 0\ LKHKEMIA VICTIM ,} L lent Grand P'iaCJ Surr, c cci-
Wandering : Tuner.:
: Furnished rtwo-bedrooni :sparncrst. -.- : '
90'? Dh..j$; : 825.-J.
Children ccsptedx 801 -
: j 1 Monument plug UtU.itie.. until- Dec 1st.! octll-Stx

l' cne-.bed.Twm$9H5.. fc.r.. season.apartment.,Funisbed.. couple White enamel.. Z75. Outside

'4 Good Traveler only. $55.00, plus utilities.l yv-jiilc paint, $2.75 and S3.73 pet
gallon. *
i .Phpne. pisrnings t] S5-R: > up.. 50-ft <* gerdcnhose
,,$3.95. Doherty & Co. S4C
LEXINGTON, 5. CPi:The I i I -J Olivia, Phone 1597. oetl2-5t
Lexlngtin Confederate M nu- !'I HH i I'. r r
3 ment apparently is none the worse \: Efficiency apartments for "Vou-
i for ''+! Maine n.attarE3 h p. '-Chrii-
w'ar derpita two nioves'since pIe. Apply', 92J White. J
; 180G. In the most recent move the >* .'e I 1 I '' od14t'-: Craft. rwith 2 to 1 reduction
g-iar, good condi ion. 'feene.v. -*.
tall ston shaft
\vs broken into 11 j '
pieces end move t ta the nianifolcL :Motor at KciseDros.
grounds ;i Furn hrd apartment Couple .
Garsge. Price, $150 0-1
of s new county court house. .
1128 '
.1ww' j only. Apply Margaret 'c>c : -!:
Street. oc lr.-2.tx

CARD OF THANKS | 800 yi..ft. hard birch wopd flO rir.g -

To cUr many friends for their ]I FOR RENT-ROOM ; ; $85.00. Contact Tony Arthur

kindness to .U3: during tae sickness Phone 419.JctU3'1
and death of our brother i i Large, well venti'ated. sleeping

Charles Curti we offer our,!I rooms with ad$'inias bath *>\ 50c Johnson baby po'der. 42!

heartfelt th nks. Ala to. Qose( bctv/cen-seasoii rates. Young'sTourist at:Poor Old Craig, 1019 Whig
-F who rent such beautiful flov/ers I Rest 1721 FlGd r. Street oe.16-l
and to these who so prstfullvPJ.VO I 1172-J. octI 5-tli

.,'p use cf their cars. Especially : i Coconut plants 5' high 25c and
do we thank the entire Lrtp z I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Me.-,eaeii. Apply 150:' South
L' Funeral Home staff for thcir AND ROOMS Street. oct6-ltx
f_ kind"considorstio.l.. j- 1 i
We :Uven thankful. .:j t The Stutz Hotel 410.Fleming FOR'SALE-USED CARS
MR. on.4- MRS: : E.TIL I Street, has ap efficiency apt. .

\..TiIA. .. \"AY.1\\,rl. t and several sleeping rooms va'rant. Bulck. 197 Sed. ()('tJ6-! : I Low weekly or. rnonthlv January. 1948 9000 nin'-$.

rate?. c1.tfI t Xi.rthcrn cjr. $2550.- Op SirnonUn -

LOST .i.iI Street. oct\5-2ix
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Black Cocker Spaniel with red 1947 Pontiac stresmlined sedxnetter' .

harness." Hss white streak ,Two bedroom bungalow, screened j F2. Ft." Taylor.; Call
fi' \\tr ppct' crows throat. Is aboat 11 I porch. ali electric kitchen two 150:>-J. octl5-3t

TWC TEACLD tfANSY LOVE (right: cl Stcub3nTillc: O. months old. Answers to name car garage beaut if tilly land- ,
r-f "Ebony". Reward. 1009 No S125.00rper; 1941 Buick super convertiblecoupe.
has beta tn.t.4 Icr UukamU fir nearly three Don<<1S with a South Street. oct5-2t scaped. New top point
I month to Dec. !st. then on sea-! new [
.... <,it kA.wn .| a Bi cf>tcri9. Her parents hcpt she :s send! to May: !st. Pat!!'.. Tire'II 'rwotiDr- completely rtbaiii. no
e.r... bw .'eti.cs say unroTera.nt in her candiliort may b3: Bik leather billfoid. initials S opt octl-tf rust. "Phone SC? or 89.
..a, tom.Ararr- &U.. playing at he-ne- with har siter. Chrir I "EJB" cm front: ..1.>0 f'sshl I octl .-Su
s W.*t.. .na kr t&ottMr. Mn. E. J. LOTC. Jr. She: received ] "'lit W: 'IJPC"'!. in t.'\wel. Lostat I COTTAGES ---. --_ .
U* ..w la th* Ohio State Unircrri'.y hcsp-tal at New Beach. Itswoid. Ttle-\ FOR SALE BOATS
'frsNrtaihlr.. pho .c 340-R. -
Furnished cottage, hot water. Infant 28. ft commercial fishing boat
.. : accepted. Apply rear IG12.t .
-- ---- -- ---- PERSONALSi 9 ft. beam. New Kcrmath ma-
t Varcla Street. upstairs. : rine engine. Very good coridition. -
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.,' : ting. Send gems for free examination. i oct4-3tx
._:. i Furnished cottage. 1653 Flasler :
,, ... '1. /' Five Star Music
0' .:, .' .....;.. ',, Masters. 391 B3acoa Bldg.. i i Anopiy t-02 Caroline,.: FOR SALE USED TRUCKS
> """: .: ..'. ...1';"< Boston. Mass. I Phone 6..:-J. \ ocil44tx' ,.--
.1-1 ; truck 1039. S4 ton
.. > oct2-9-16-23-30x: Dodge pickup :
'-' :; I i Furnished mall cottage. Adults. i panel tr.. k. 1 ton. Good con
} J MISCELLANEOUS. i no pets. Phone 22 ,-L 625. dition. Reasonably priceLCabrera
| Angela. oct6-2tx Wholesale, Grocrv.
Washers irons, vacuums and j _,-' 423 Front Street. cctli-3t
: I fan repaired. O'BrianU Phone I 1 FOR RENT-HOUSES' __

; 1164-M. octl-tf, '
'" Very tuce. cool one-bedroom AND TRAILERS
.. --: '" I'< Caroline Shup. on Ann St. will l I house, unfurnished-' Apply 62tt,

I. ,-..: .' '' ) j reopen in November. Chrisi- Elizabeth. oct3-4t.N Cabin* and trailer. Completely
I _. ::1..'." ; ma shoppers will find a greatly I; furnished. Reasonable. Musti

1, ......,... '- .' :\ increased stock in gifts and FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS i sell. Phcphs Mastic Park.
I octl -3tx
: fabrics for slap covers a td'draperi --
; ;-;. oct2-9-16-2-30. Overseas Hotel, low ratei Coffee -
x I shop, bnr. oet2:6t FOR 'SALE-MERCHANDISE
I: AND FEMALE I FOR RENTBUSINESS i!, Lowest price in town on shtt,
: PLACES spreads ladies' dresses slips
Manager for small hotel. Cou-i blouses, skins sport shirty
ple. Apply P. O. Box ,O8. Can i j Restaurant, all eqiuppcd for 503 William Street' Ph..n
i hold other position. oct15-tf bu-::nsss. Apply Horseshoe!!i 83i. {'. R S5ell. octie-it
I Bar. 502 Caroline octl4-3U ; _

; Large stcre for rent. Pie:- cnI ;
Waterfront home. landscaped lot I able. Apply 923 White Street. : 10 weeks old black Cocker SacnieL

50 x 100. furnished, two bed- oct H-6u 1004 Eaton Street T .'.-, -
iI rooms. two baths, electric J( 1i1 phon: *? 1124-J. before noon ,.r
i kitchen. Bargain for quick i1 I GARDEN AND LAWN after 7:30 P.M. octlfi-iix

sale. Teams. Qivner. 2313 Pat. SUPPLIES. -
tprson Avenue opposite Yacht I ----- STORAGE
,.}*> Club. i P.. kee., at $3.00Ieoo and
oct2sattuesthurstlHELP f' $5.00. Key VWst Garden and lied Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
t &HT YIAR.QU) COLin KELLY. IIL soa of America's first .1 1 Lawn Supply Co.. 914 Fleming qommcrcial. Phone 793.

I .Ie .. tik. war with Jap?. receives the flag which covered WANTED-FEMALE i i St.. Tel. 1019. _oul5-tf 1 octl-tf

....... e.HWi citet luatral services at Mad .on. Fla. Capt. h _. -- '. -'- -- -
I. ; Now: is the time. The big Christmas __ ---G'---. '
TMBtt prtMnti the fV g. C pt. Kelly's body was ." '- ;
......., kk f.... tk. Orient to his home town this week. I season means big profits]I'I'I
I. I for Avon Representatives. Yrej For QUALITY FLOORS, ?9Inldid
--- -- ----1 you.Vrite.. home
:1I i train giving )

\\ILI. YOU SMILE? .1' address to Mrs. Smedley. P.O't Linoleum
pviss Tryicluoplcrs Box 1101, W. Palm Beach. .,
i octli-6t,
I i Correct Eentile
I Sccretaiy for Chamber of Conj \- ;
The teacher had been read- merce office. Local resident, ,
i1tIk-.t t.tR- .... pNta' ing to the class about the great I d sired. Good typist essential. Asphalt Tile

.......... aft espKilwwltirls"ik forests of America. I Apply in person. octl3-4tj 1 1I
h./teryt.r. as a wteans of And now boys." he 'announced 'I I' New Colors and Patterns jar Ercry Room
"'which one of you can ; Two waitresses. One must havej
in the House
a ash I..f fsams
princiMrpvrta. -
tell me the pine that has the| knowledge of Spanish. 'E1|
M 'tt/R ttli.. .* longest and sharpest needles?" i Pasaje, 1022 United. I SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY
.,sl4! ..... burn i 4eirwalt Up went a hand in the front 1 octl6-3tx .
.. aM ........ .S pt fitpt.r\J row. i I II : 8V 4 F IEE ESTIMATES -pJ2
0 ...... to I manual ind \VelL Tommy" asked teach- HELP WANTED MALE I

....... .... wW be I Key West Floor Covering Co.
i ttt..s ... te.t a I stltle .d Ole ; er.The porcu" Tommy replied. High School boy, strong, to work!

....... to Tu and i I evenings. Phone 103S-J. (i 132 DIJVAL STREET M. E. Stet PHqNE 145
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NEWSBy I'rn.rhnirman Of Officers Wives Club (Inc J'.I'Jf'.

JESSIE GIBSON The Officers Wives Club at iu tSeabrook part chain*** WU. Mlnl T,. Ws
.. luncheon meeting at.the Commissioned gift from the c4ub far hf ** -I
The Citizen Offica
-51 I chairman.
Phones: "6ffifcrs Mess, Ft. Taylor,
R.sidaac.-:6t-R Four new member* Joined IM ;
.lIIl1l11lJrntJIIIIIIJUnIUIUIIIUUlWII( lIIIWIlUlDII1IlImUIIHUIUIlImUlUUIIUDIU11lHlUIWlIllllUl yesterday darted Mrs. Alexander club ye terjr. Th.* ....._****. <
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Husband as co-chairman to sue- 'Joseph A. ram, M.. W &

Audubon Society Heard Speaker ceed Mrs. Moan Harris who will: Laughon 111. It A M1gr6s ...
I become chairman automatically !Mrs. J. L. G r!berrY M

From U.S. Fish And Wildlife; I having served as co-chairman i Othft'atlf'MtRc K... ......... I s
Service I At the suggestion of Mr A. B. were the Meaiam* P W t ftiaU-

Gerald r Banister nV Tub held a discussion field. W. II. s. .. .d W A.Cooper. .
; Baker, Regional REprc: ;;:in the herd, they will soon become I ** .
sentative of the U. S. Fish 'and" and'voted to have a board of E. L Bear. Am .......
Wildlife Service, spoke to the Audubon ;extinct if hunting them is eontin-I directors composed of representa- j Nat Toulon. "........ O. I,
Society last night at its ued. The Key deer Is the only tive wives from each activity on O. Hob_",... R. H. Hut

meeting 'in the Woman's Club deer of its kind in the 'world. I,the island, such as Naval Air Sta- j Alexander !.......... J....h % ,
Lion Naval Station, Retired Officers FarrelL If. E Par A R AMter. .
.Building Duval street. |Therefore .tf it allowed. becomei *- '
Mr. Baker spoke first 'on the,i i extinct, it!will etc. This system would ail J. L Gadfcerry. May fta ..*.. 't 1
bird and animal life of the Flor- : never again appearon getting new. arrivals to the Belle HamiUoo.Jeanne H....... V-- .l!
the Kits or elsewhere. It is I meetings and would make all fltrrutM! tllrft
ida Keys. He then presented Mann. Kay Vi -.-. ....
three fascinating color films; one urged that every citizen refrain members feel they had a closer Ruth Emitter.M&rjr Ketbr... ... Mtawag

of bird and animal life in Alaska, 'from hunting or frightening these J part in the operation of the clu b- Prert+'t W.......w. ..rM. a.-
and two shfwinff Mrs. E. L. Beach won the door- Bower Beryl ... A1.r1g
the excellent animals to allow them to increase A1N.
work done in the conservation of the population of the- +i prize, a bottle of champagne. ''del. Cotton r.*.... J. B lle... M uM

soil and protection of wild life in small herd. Toulon Retiring chairman Mrs. Y. T. H. A. Cibaoa awl Lifts Jtt.M: t : .

a bird refuge in North Dakota.Mr. i W- E. Fowler principal of .j presented Mrs. Thomas ..son.PriseWumig ,_ .

Baker stated that the cOop- Harris School showed the films !' ---- - - rat wT** r*-
eration of citizens in South Florida for 't
j Mr. Baker.George fl.f.ttti'srts
is the most essential factor in Mills White spoke !I Essay In BPW Contest I I
the protection of wild life in this concerning the Screen Tours'sponsored !

area. While laws are in effect ; by. this society.. MemI I For "Key Wests Boss Of The Ywr"
which make it a Federal offense oersmps in me screen Tour club sif M l
to kill songbirds waterfowl and I Mrs. Grace Crosby wrote this ,and .4 sr..tls .
will soon be available to the people homes louitw-... .4aM a .
the Key deer it remains the re- in Key West The Screen /essay about her employer Mrs. dearer ta the heart of a Kay Wa* Paa4 .I "

sponsibility of every citizen to see j Tours will begin in December Bernice Dickson of the Beach ,,tt than a hocpdahia ....., twee. *a .. *. .

that this wild life is not molested.He and will bring to Key West excellent comber and it was chosen by a i*ThU borne which M th* .*... h '.. '
spoke encouragingly concerning films build character MMthiHn.
and famous natura- committee the j ft t
the increase in population lists including Roger Tory Peter- as best 'essay sub- the citizens of taHwrtw f1 ,t .

among certain of the waterfowl: son, Howard L. Orians.'Tom and mitted. I I She praiMM good ha* .

and other birds nesting in the j Arlene Hadley Karl }J. Maslow- KEY WESTS BOSS i employees; and OM .wwkoy.. May | ..' .
Florida Keys. He said this had ski and Telford H. Work. OF THE YEAR impetus for better __: k, ...... ;

been accomplished thro gh. th The society has as new merrie f Among my many bosses over ft'f mean prom rtiwt. She aria ....I l VP fMrtttiai .
protection of rookeries, and the'' hers Mr. acid Mrs..Albert H. Car- !t period of many years, my present;j;the employee ctotnbuM' ....... .

fact that there had been no hurricanes ,j eYe Principal of the Poinciana Ele- i it .boss excells all others. I j 1 l and hell plan the pr..ewt awl .. ..
late in the season to destroy I mentary School and Lt.and :Mrs. !t; She has proven herself capable'r the future of the b....... .... .

nests and young birds. He praised I t Blair. J j(in the management of such a I wishes them to rAdr eIr .... ..
the work done by the Florida i} This morning beginning at 7:30, i; beautiful place of business tHati I!!dies. and Join in th* ***r.. ttt .. ,aa
State Highway Patrol and the I1 have been compelled to name it ]' of the buMnew. ... .
excellent -i{members and friends of the sod" I II I' AU .""".
cooperation which these :I jety! enjoyed another interesting The House Beautiful. She has 'loyalty and faint*.* M tv.twww, ; 111MM NiMilMW'R' !
men have given in tha protection i!j bird tour of Key West conducted surrounded herself with a staff, '"employee t'elat.en.l.tgc

of wild life in this area. j J jby Miss Frances Hsmes. 23 species who. work with the least amount i j I i She thoroughly under U..d* tfc* II..."* '.
Mr. Baker urged that the citi I I of birds were identified in-, of friction whereby one is I;employee's'. problem thar MM- VAJJ. ** ...

zens of Key We t take immediate 'eluding some migratory birds prompted to do their very best t est in the civic life 01' Mir a*?. t fill ar ecrAdtdrtlll. r.... ,
steps to protect the Key deer. which are new visitors in Key work; and.I am sure that the customer I.state and nation. For thM th* *M t1/ar7 ttl
Since there are only 50 or 60 left \West jat this season. catches this atmosphere of player is granted ttm fw MM** '
I quiet and culture Ja.M Ne+t1. .
-- -- -- -- which reign in J' duties. with adequate A. t'nanciyl
---- :
-- ---- ------ a w.l1tflrleft
--- of business, thus mak I She raaluaa'

Junior Woman's Club .To Sponsor lug it a relaxing, pleasant place to !j that; which recompeme.benefit the rely Ih ......

I spend a few moments or longer inselecting {;!state, the nation bn.fM* hr I......t. .'+i. .

"Follies Of '49" In Key West or something tokens for a dear loved one';place of business", and ah* ...... tt + l a H

heart of the home.very to the in this manner to make her *...- caw .. 11..

BETTY W. SAUNDERS. I I She has t tribution to it | .. .....ei .......
to the Key j These
The "Follies of '49" will be 'lu. accornpM.ireweols see a
pre- producer arrives in He'
i jwesi peopie many ramous definite ,
I .
sented to the of t ( improvement t* K
people Key West y
Tor the first time Dec. 17th and brings with him costumes scripts .:of that merchandise merchandise West; and she to always ktrHMMl "m. .. .. ..

Dec 18th, at the. High School Au- orchestrations and scenery. The I{ we would have to travel i'to make for a better pt*** .. few'iness *- 'w.rallaA ea triter ...ti
ditorium.Mr. owning of his arrival a talent : many miles to a much larger ccn- ) -belter merrhandi a.4 '....... tttir .........
; tar to find.
Robert Gage, Booking j party will be given, with everyone lug she has I feel that by so doI(such a place of bu< Agent for the Jerome H. Cargill who : accomplished something !;add to the prestige of Kerr WL I is to be !
in the show as guests. I tangible, and created t place !i its homes and its tit..... .
Productions. New ;
the Junior York Women's City Club., addressed -|i From then en, the producer starts !j j lof I West business that the people of Kay I j She is a charter ....... ell the ,CahmdHrOftATUMMV r.

sponsors of the colossal Show 4;from scralcU and builds the show. :|j only for can point to with pride. Rot Key West BPW Club and ...,...
our people of
the island.'is i in
Thursday evening. Shows of this [Rehearsals.ire staggered s that I II I but for our visiting tourist. the sympathy with the .Mf; C KhNMk
club as well llllltllg
type are a
produced :yearly throughout -|I everyone will not have to be there When we recall that she began J worth-while surly ;
the United work fur the .......
States each
a' huge being each night. her place of business in a tiny. i moot of Key West where .h ha s uallltl>>r ttfl--
success bad a boon to the As this show nook on Duval and Mad. ...
to given for through her ;/chosen her home and her plat 4 fi.rwA1Ma.t .t
city.The Club is }'a charity benefit this is your vision hard work and her aim :business. sA t ash to
interested in obtain- .chance to help for a good to create the best in her line of I feel a
J that
ing a cast of 100 individuals for I' cause with all lha ae..rwi i
the show. I:and at the same time have a lot of work, we can now visit her air- plishmcnts. her Lindnea M
They want ta rs'w.i'e-
persons! from fun. Announcements will be conditioned commodious place of I!, 1
all walks of life-the eerily, as well as her part ta Mw
worker doctors. white. collar made later where :you can get in gusincss, plan and enjoy many {!business life of Key W.. .
county officials. lawyers, city and I touch I with the"Talent Committee'of i things that will li'es'i for a successful human : )r 1... R tal.rri.ra 101;'
Navy personnel, the Club. __ : -u i
and folks who make I
show busi- i j|r The Club is desirous of making :
ness their livelihood. In other I,I this the fun fest cf the ISC001'IETTE' >
Communi i TODAY .4 1rr.ritrta
words, the show is to DAY I
represent'the ty-
everyone together so C.-iuin-i / a.. 1rr
community of Key West, as a'that we, as citizens, become \.i.- 1
whole. better SaJ'1 MRS. VERA WOOD r a a s
Three weeks I(i I acquainted with each other. I Today is Cootictte MOIIIDA ()(''I ,. s. 1j
before day!! ,
the From
show ]I, More plans of the Division and Duval at 7J9 ....1 I
is to be presented, New York' show will be I the time ..... ......... d
a announced the Cootiettes and Coot- j
next I in
week. I :. the following formati: >ielh.d Ft' A wed r _
-- - ies arrive in town until the I
wee i (1) Police Chief ..mmrr..ri
Jmepti K.with .-- d t *to y

I I Volunteers Needed To Work In I small Arriving hours,at hilarity twelve will today reign will i;:j' (2) motorcycle Boy Scouts evcnrt with Site cW.n. !j: -rfS,.",;, KfiiOhserrancr .,.11 f:

Navy Relief be several grand officers of the ; (3) Key West lisle !WtIauI1 t.S .
Thrift .
Slion. j fun organizations of the Veterans Band with the drum fIMIDh'(4) '- : :.
The Navy Relief Thrift I'' I jof Foreign Wars and their auxil- :;j Grand Cootie Offlnv .I .
Shop. either
which on a straght sales or gra-j'i: caries the Cooties and Cootiettes. (5) Grand Cootiette f
opened (}ff.e.cs. I' "
April 12. is !
ted at the rear of the Naval Com-loca- I j tuity basis. Most of these arti- i' !From the Miami Cootiette Club. (6) "Sea FiniKee" LViUetl* ,, .1111t1p ) 'lfrIH' '.

missary Store United Street, and ,des t are used for gratuity || "Las. Papaguayas" will be the Club-Key Wert. !I
; Grand *.-..
is open on :;; to Organizer lona Howe. ; (7) Key West CwUes .f Suwithernmogt ) pBMg M < aV
Tuesdays from 1:30 poses meet needs. !' .
p. m. to 4:00 p. m. and Thursdays i 4 i I The few articles emergency which are made 1 j Grand Rustling Louse Edith Con- i j P
from 9:00 a. n. to 11:30 a. m. I i j I by the volunteers consist of ]ley, and Grand Louse Hunter' (8> -Las Papafiuaya; Cibl.a4- ts.irtri tt#. (.... r 1ttMtOar
a j Bernice Shuman. The Grand te Club '1 .
This Assistant of Miami.
shop is operated at pres- minimum number articles in I r CYaft id/. A..ns r .

are ent made by voluntary of officers workers who ;J I baby rens Clothin layettes and small child- I the local Louse"Sea Hunter Finigee"is a memberof Cootiett Miami(9) "Pith Post N.Ants"T. Ru4 Cuott CluV.l |; apnoea. ..astlasa.uw ...... .. ...
and wives l i g. j(Club as well as Grand Eucational; (10) "Red Britrhe ..... wafer N..resitlr.Me'day
members of the Navy wives j The money derived from sales o-t1.-t. ;
club in this area. The purpose of'i jis used to cover the running ex- !;fund chairman, Nell Haury. Club of Ft. LBUJeniale.. I:

the shop is to provide low cost 1 1! poorer of the shop which consists I articles of : of [i Organizer. Tommy Anfinson. i i 1 Club of Ft. Lauderdale I\+st. '
clothing and household j
i j materials for Grand Bltnket Bone The ,I u.t.... .Ai"
Charles parade
equipment that have been j mending some donations, and for 'i11ao up Duval la .. .
o. .
I) Shoffer, Grand Council Adminis- Caroline Caroline : II w fLeai.*_. .
donated by navy personnel who makfhg the Tew articles of cloth- tft ...
are either clearing their personal :!! ing as stated above. The balance trator Harold Wilson and Grand teeth to the new V.F.W. Hall ,, rfsr.lie.a: r ... .....
belongings because of transfer. of the is Grand Judge Advocate Ed Haury. where a dance .s to he haM furi e.rt ... MreA.Ws b4tw
money deposited to the
or who find that they have outgrown I;;j: Navy Relief funds for who is a member of the local V. I all visiting member of \"....W. : >apsst .. .Ml... ;t .
use in F. W. Post. posts their ,.... l.. ,..... .. ..
or do not need these :!: meeting emergency d5 of the I auxiiiane*. .a.... .
The ': ....
at'land ets
parade which will form friends. Gnw
articles any longer. I j I Navy personnel in this area. I I II I ___
These articles and equipments)!;i Since this shop is made up -------- __ ._ i
are limited strictly to essential ;: strictly by Navy and for Navy i I; ItctIIWiTIIiR H'

articles for everyday); use and personnel, it is asking for Navy Pre-'Ririera The lefcf-cuttcr bee p.wera a i cci.\ca: i.\ i f'r i a :
those that would be difficult to volunteers in order to keep it in. I I walls t/f her tiny tunn.4 ta ....... I
purchase at regular marked ''. operation. It is not necessary'J I. Night' ParlyPlanned old willow with rose -.... '/,:,:r .Ht;\is n -.

prices. Luxury items are not an d that volunteers be expert seamstresses 1 I I ;I: A ......rl ......IAC .d

cannot be handled in order toaoid or sales ladies, but only,! By PacesColonel Use a package pie malt to M *eI 'PTA A",Mti ti........ ,. ... .
paralleling or competing that they may be interested and j i I: jam tarts. Roll out the y**ry. Moajda> 0.1....t It .1 J.

with, local stoi-es. Pieces of furniture 'want to help. Any one wishing : and Mrs. Herbert E. j j: cut in circles or Muair tm ea .*i b*. Pie ..... M.. .\.... ri
such as baby beds highchairs to help in any way contact j i I I with
may I Pace, 3729 Avenue E. will 1& djb of jam tons yfr rrMfr Tht! --r.... .
and entertain
baby carriages I cochairman Mrs. '
are Roscoe at ;: corners and bake in a hut wow heW .. ..
t, a group of friends heAf .h.-4 .....
sometimes donated and are)j: phone 3GO-M or the chairman ;I .., with j I'I'cocktaiJs j 1-- .
in their i. s -
furnished to other famine s, Mrs. Morlacd 195-J. j uvnl""" IX'J\JI'C

_ attending dinner and the gala
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; ----r---- "Riviera Night" to be held to- "
Presbyterian 1: Group To Attelld night at the Commissioned Officers ;; :; $ 1
;; Mess, Ft. Taylor. I I. th* hWWC

Group HadWiener "Riviera s'l'ight" : Capt.The and group Mrs.'"i C.'l be C. comoowd Adell. Capt.of:I|! SAM KORH a J! HM

Roast ;: Planning to attend the "Rivera and and Mrs.Mrs.. O.Frank A. Smith Busey., Capt.Capt.and I KORN KOBBSwith i

Night" at the Commissioned 1 Mrs. Carl Italtq ..'Capt. and Mrs. coortcrrcft I
The Young People's Group of Officers Mesa. Ft. Taylor tonight Klien, Lt. '.o>r." and Mrs. E. F. sad COOTtOHtTONIGHT
the First Presbyterian: Church : are Capt. and Mrs. A B. :j'Trevor. Cqmdri-'and Mrs. Albert I t
had a wiener roast at the MurU-I: Bannister and Capt. and Mrs. ; cipal Beach last rjght. They were Caruthers with their party corn- chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. posed of Capt and Mrs. ArchMcFadden J Malpass and Comdr. and Mrs.J. M th. NCW

Ralph Hartcnstine. : Capt and Mrs. T. M. L. Gadbcrry. > V.F.W. Home on Elizabeth Street t
Attending were: Carol Henn- Arrasmith. Comdr. and Mrs. : ,
ing, Rosalie and Caroline Cama- Alexander Husband, Lt. and Mrs. ,i Theoretically speaking, an' VIIMI p.u TILL ""? ?" 1
lier, Fred Miller. Ralph Page. Edward Williams Corner and t tt
I Anglo-Saxon family with three : 3
Mary Knowles. Edward Patton, : Mrs Morgan Harris. Condr. and t j| i children will be represented in ?; Members of ALL Vtraa *{ rr.>.. W.M .......
Dan Kierce. Al Cantrell, Eunice Mrs. Holfingcr, Ltand Mrs.!; the fifth generation by 243 i Their Auxlliari. Their Triad *ni ...ede !.I. \
McCraw. Carrie Rash Doreen Rex Murphy, Comdr. and 'Mrs.: children Are Cordially Invited T* AMad
j ; for an Oriental: family! 7M: O.....
Clawscn Mary Baker and Bert J. A. Fitzgerald and Comdr. and of .
seven there would be l .OOO I'n
Roberts. Mrs. Tom i 1'lU
Hillis. i children in the fifth generation .. u.u


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-., .: : BENNY'SI :.. : TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO 'BUY IT WbSC s and ctla tl4lt prodw h doto buy: or u aa ssr to lc.wh.ra I II 1.. ddubl THi S DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU :d "I

I Motor ., ,
Court : : .................. x..................... .... ....... ....... ..... N /...5 N/.NN.* 5 I Ii

: 909 Ownership SLmonton Management Street :: 711 DUVAL Nice Selection STREET of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS PHONE 1000 ::: :: UIl )Is EI''clI.l.calWE; (' E Ei-Aiii SELL IT ITI!! ::; ';. k i POOR OLD lli G-l i

e .. BENNY FERNANDEZ: : ; Plenty of Action Toys for tb ,children : : : We Will OH For and Deliver :, : WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Service Station\ '
1 WILL : I : aC Ycum ExpcrUnc In Electrical Work : :
REOPEN of Electrical Appliances .. J. r. BRADY. ........ HFraacia -.c ti4N :
: SOON .........................-..... ,.. ... ..... ::. i ; ;2.-LY'1 \211 Duva. Street :. Marco Met.. Jr. Prop. ::: : ad D.......Yie :

.r. ... "' : 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tub- flaltrrirv Auto Arelr.sads4 :
of :
f" HOME\ SUNDRY STORE 1., ........ ............ .. 822 SIMONTON STREETS "r OUI PURE OIL and CAJOUttC Gset/st" :
STEAKSa S55S .-_ --- ---------------
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a .... FINKS and : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE: ST. : 5. 5' Dry Cleaning ...........555555555.........55555N........

e' I**.*.**** r'*** FRUITs ; Tour Patronage Invited" : PRITCHARD : RUSSELL'SDRY : and Pressing, Body and Fender Repl rilt !
-* .R be aavUaUe& : : : 24-HOUR SERVICE
: sheeejy at BENNY'S : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL : Free PickUp and :
: MOTOR counr : : GOODS Delivery Service I AUTO PAINTING : !t

............a*.eeeaea... : Sick Room Supplier School Supplier : SUITS for MEN : i
: Toilet Preparation and Articles I :
..................JI..5s15............1..........: HOME .: r and l WOMEN AUTO ANI :
Made\ !\
............ .... : PHONE 373 10"41'8
.......... ...... : Let Those Serve : S : PHONE 282 .5 BODY SHOP ::

: MUMFORD r ; I 1 Who Serve Best : .....5......51.15....I 503.os GREENE STREET : .
S GOMEZ : and ROSS : .: Specializing ,; ...................................eeeeeeeee. .:
: 220 DUVAL STREET- : : WE HAVE NuVER: .: in ............5.5...5I .... .......1...............................*.e..,

: FURNITURE CO. : Easy and Blackstone Washers :: BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL :: .: Women's and .: 4, GLAMOROUS? i

711 DUVAL STREETWeieettr : ; : Electromaster Ranges .. I LOPEZ Cat Sat FW fast WMb .... Ml.. :

.: Ambulance Service :. : Children'sApparel I deb-u-curl I : '
: Advertised : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : .
5. .......... ; r
: .Delaware Plastic S 333 (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) ; : Telephone 548 : Funeral Service Cold We. PM..t :
Floor :
C s.tsQ ..Y.../5-..N-.......95.PHONES..55....51...55...9150........ : Never Sleeps : = Established 1885 ; A s<4'. natuta. .U..k n.1'1,........ : &
: T rib.r V..UaD : ................. .............. ....... ...._---_-__-_----_._--- i&_----_._-_. ...._._._.____._. that Mill. T.HJ :
51 5555 --------- -0-------- ---------------- rive
.... 5 55. .............e1555555......................5. Licensed Funeral 1 : NEW LOCK a*' r .
: : Ih.$1. 0 .
5I Appliances.
fesrM : Directors and YfIII YIe UlMlPlUr
1 : u-f tote $ew tt..... :
J. Aa E : : .
: .*.. and Mohawk : Emhalmen241Io11r
A*..fcitier \ ...rl... 1.. N. rt *..'''1 ,e .:
: Rwp : ; .., ,..
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: Licensed Insured : 1.A.f1 A5 n..vla 5/A
Make Your :
I : I>Z Term : I I
5I: : Ntf TILL "iOO P.M. : \: x ,, : Ambulance i :: Appointment CAROLYN == !
5 I O+1. ad :SAT. PAINTING Contractor Now
...................... \ 5 ServicePhona : : Te1.175 Oranaa ...... ti" "..... .. :: f
Talaphoaa S127.114 Dural Str t. Jaffenon Hotel : : 13S Night 696Key : DONALD BAiiMEK : ,.

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PRICE TOURS .1.................1555
: 1829 Harris Are. Key West. Fla. : : HIt1Ttmft\ Electric : STEWS BEAUTY NOOK :

; .......Dp+ !.. : PHONE 137iRtaeeeeeeeee: Ranges West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. 5 Scientific Beauty Culture ? :

I Re1 rtett/iJtlty ,: : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances:>> : : in AU Branch F L:

t A... (n1l)W ..: : Washing Machines for'Immediate Delivery : Thoroughly Operator Eap.rienr..d ::

: aORJDA: EAST ..55.5.S 55 SSSSSSSS 555555555 555 555 .. : HOME APPLIANCE. : CONCH SHELLS. ; / Soft Water Urd EacSU"'r i
AU Sis
COAST RAILWAY .......1................... ..................... : 605 SIMONTOW STXEET PHONE 11 : Phone 637 536 FUminf St. .
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j R*. LecateC Next : Save 207o .... ....e.......55.55......a..51.515 laeaaaeeaaaaaiLandscaping. ......... COCOANUTS .1.11.1 55 ........1111....11.1..1111.1.1111.11..:
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DR. COCO'S : on dwellings.cwrc a n t II. by INSURING with : (; .. Marl\ and Top Soil : : SPONGES : Frances eats yS-
OFFICES ; bldgs. bous. ; i
and or
Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Cc. .. Trsnr.s P.rk ()
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n.D61"Q 'H CT : effects. I-IARI.1L'\.UL'ED. 55.00 far 4 YARDS: ; : Will Ship fo Any Part ; Tat
: Beef el La Ceitrhs ffatal1'IIO.NK ; : Save 15% on All PoUcin Non-Assessable' Also_Lots Ceared and Karl Spread-Very Reasonable of l/JS. or Canada i-: : nil CR1NNCU. V :
.. .JfPenncnenta .. f'1s :
y Culture t
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12t /. L. Crutoe, Agt. Phone 674 l. ;Ilj'W.tJj'\ 1021 Olivia St. : Marcy S. Palacio : Beauty : '

..................... ...........*..............aaaa 51*................ : O11 lb! Lii! PHONE 801 : Rear 401 South St. ; :: TacialM SLamp Scarf**-7re.eesU-lSe1.Lt4 : ,

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Motor\ Scooters 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. :
i : Cuslunan : BzBVINO: Appraisal : BEAUTY SAIOMSoutharnanost :
: Dinners Haute : :
: COMPLETE : Lease : :
Sale and Service Immediate Delivery ; r 1 In the U.s.A. .
Also A la Carte and Sandwiches Rental : ye
: : 1400 DUVAL STREET: :
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RIDE AWAY. .. 1.51.1.. ...................... / Management Socializing In : ..
TAXI .. Q4L& ....5.......1..5.51.1......../5..1.1111155. ; Improved and Vac&DtPropertiel : .5 Hat COLORING I
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CHURCHES SUMDA YFf111" Chapter 3f hull coming up'.here, Austin, or .Just came *k 'from Denver. last Brisbane; Methodist minister" al-
T"S 4 long story," said Walter I strut them b nJ" 1' week.. LieuienauV!
1 James. "Us James's-we Clapp waved at him. "Coming. "Why are you,in such a hurry most.wiped' off hit church debt by
never right away.- called 1 to get going?" Clapp asked."Asiae usios: a modern version of the
; ; ChurchTomorrow ;
; Scheduled! l At 1st MciJwdht .
Program! ( forget a grudge""Like "Okay, they're getting restless." from sleep.'I mean." &?arable of the TotaptA!? (Matt 3i'
me," said Clapp. He Felix withdrew his sleek head. Host glanced over his shoulderat The Rev. Lewis A. Dom wit
; lutci'inaU tics And? l Seniors: ( : lii:PL'- grimaced thoughtfully.' "Oh well Clapp looked at Walter James the crowd ol girls near the f r cried by the Increasing, church Surdaf.ScMd_ *ft Ut,M.IiDrtt1Itg .
-well come back,to that ques- and the girL "You might as well stage switchboard. lowered his debt In Au-ust he gave S1.6P to

At MM:: ) P.M.' Al Ley'Memorial tion later. He eyed the girL "You come little along.more.I want" Walter to talk to James youa tenant-I voice.;"You gotta how a it Lieu" cash l of CO parisluoruTs. lie v.Mtheni WW'11Ioo

didn't notice anything about whoever : "wisely to, invert: the reon-
helped the girl to her feet. Clapp' Clapp grunted. He turned away
l it was moved in and out of led the way down the-aisle talk-I from the lanky comedian.: "I'm ey" and return hiti411) an even da ..L
111ra, It611. j. it. IIKID: "iHsrinit( O{K 1..onllr, { \(; snU'E1O-Mt: : I :ruoDjST CHURCH, that aisle seat?" ing over his shoulder as he went. sorry. Mr. Host..Your date'll haveto ,week
"I'm not even there Keep," At the sound, of his At the of w..Ii"l 6030 KM 7&....... .......
I- sure end tM
was sevenhe
'I ioo<:<:ti'V' "PM.PITr' unTil :EH'ItI'S'SUN": ; : .\Y'? **DOING) (.oos.vvKiiy anybody. I just think there was." what.'Answef.was that me card this, Mr.doing James in.the- voice one of the, chorus girls roll<""ctl'J $:
'-WILL' .'. WILL UK"': siuuKcr. { OK MY. I PASTOR. OF TUB{ FIRST 1 thin."You'll ing,.help Miss us Gilbert a lot if you keep. Filipipo's: pocket : i bounced"Date?"out she of said the:shrilly.;crowd; "What less 'than his target>> of $S3: -the k t"futulf WIti&$4I ,
"You mea p) half card aid date?" church debt ,lh, (no) 'Q'ca-L(
l'IIIr.'ln1"UICIIIIIUII, < : {(: Laura Gilbert said, Tra sorry Icant Walter James"Are I Host said "Shut up. Dixie." She Some women sol I rakes UB I
remember. Mr. Clapp. I justWIUQ' they always this confus- faced him, arms akimbo. eyes j jam they made with iiytmltetitbought ; ..
St t III* First Methodist& Chuich. Cat >>>n and Simon Ion street, the pastor. Rev. G. paying any attention This ing?" Laura Gilbert asked.. ")Iw--! flashing. "So you did have a. date with the $i.CU. Other-:
ism first time in a place like ". h'" c.HWtr k.4
Lave W..... wtU. pooch" ol 10:50 A.M-. onnaf Kingdom", it being the second in a series on this/ ders, 1 mean. 1 tonight,' huh? Givintt'me the bughtoT >ul and knitted baby

Pi l ftMh. Uucd oo '''ho Lord's Prayer", and at 7:30 P.M. on "A Christian Home;" last. of '; "Why does there have to be them Walter are James pretty said simple.? u,most Correctme of brus Host-otf.kept were himself you-under control clothes.! I

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&In Ii* mccntoa.\ tho choir. led by Carl Dillon will sing "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes", by I.I.EaetIM | Walter James asked quietly. ones I've run up against are usu- you shut up?" he said. barely I
a4 M t*>. evruog. "Ris. Up. 0 Men of God" by P. Edmonds. : Clapp said. "You know betterthan ally about as hard to see throughas moving righty. 'Christian
}t to ask that The wound indicates a piece of gli.( Just tnd-the' "All -- She clawed Science CHURCHof
Mr*. P. B. Robert, organisi.. will play i m the morning Andante: F Major, by E. Ashford.' that whoever did it would motive. That's what Vt) Lieutenant at Clapp's arm. "He says he didn't
--4 "A Playa", by P. Hotow. In the evening she will play "Night Song." by. R. Stultz and have to be sitting down. Theoreti- here mounted to a bow."i know Ferdy didn't he Lieutenant -
t36ftfclal.oi". .by C Monison. cally, the'young lady here could Clapp the.wooden stepsto ? Okay, ask him who he was Societyof CHRIST
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have done it with a backhand. If the stage. "That's right." arguing with this evening before
Mao G.0f f. Robinson will sing: at the' m rning. service, His EyeIs; ?; On the :Sparrow.? ." somebody sat to the Filipino's : the show." Key We*!

.Iff. C. Cabrt.l a I the evening..John Dillon;.will sing;:"Corne Unto Himby J J. Dutuu..r- '* ._ right that person could have done GLAPP parted the. heavy -I A lowed lit the big man's ELIZABETH STREET Athbr sad v... ...... tllee.4a
fit. unoqy acnooi. wiui neniy nusseii, as >t I it with a lunge stroke. The peoplein and the. three of them: face. He at Host with fresh
..... .. ... cua. : '. front couldn't have done it eased through the'opening onto' interest. "Well Host-maybe
Sunday School 9-30 AM.
without being noticed. the main The' clamor. you'd better go over that story ofYOW'
auperint9nuontJ. 7:30: the Lutheran stage.
Crgc: ? t IIley
Out Lmson and Al Hewhall will" lead the "
1-4 ] Church. "You keep ignoring suicide. voices stopped abruptly as if'cut, $ again.- Sunday Morning Service
I KUUioJiit Youth Howship at 6:30: p.m, .I. :,i I said Walter James. off by a knife. The principals and; Host looked at the floor. "I did Stud! )' 9 ,Itt iWor .\|. 1
>*fl ""faite N..d. A Champion." I The Rev. G. L on.Wells pastor "Not" the right circumstances ensemble of the Grand Theater have an argument with Solez tonight At 11 C'ClockSub '
_....e ............ MC'rhUUIS"i t pf First Methodist Church will be and no prints on the hilt. As a pro- were lounging "asually around. but f still didn't know. him n: lii!| . 1 II I \M.Vor.Mi. 1.
el' vff the principal speakTerat) the Youth fessional. Clapp looked thought- the stage, which was still set with very welL He was snooping; DOCTRINE OF ..
I Al the Js.14 M< aovweRev Retort W. ATONEMENT"Wedneday; \ i .
i appreciate the' murder weapon. finale. The cast had changed into show and I'm kinda nervous 11"1.( <
tam the .. :Group it the 7:30: I p.m.>> : services. Church at_7:30: p.m. tonight. There; J m tapw It'sa store job. cheap, tailored street clothes.A I anyway around that time.. There Evening
i ........ .! MMM44 K.aplwlt" ,The Pioneer group willaUo meet Will be a trumpet $010'by 'Pat: down for a job like this. Thin tall man in a trench coat got wasn't anything to it." WKtNBMAYBitu .
I ., Yvonne Carnalier. sisting of Mrs. Paiu\IIerrick, Mrs ; would make sure of 'a me- Look, Lieutenant I didn't even "Any witnesses?" Reading Room; In the Church I
*Y. P *.>M>. for the ,' At th> First Congregational Minnie- Rnbinson''and MrsJulia: dium-size or small person, a flat know the buy from Adiim-ho'4( Hos gave Dixie another venomous *- Edifice will b. open Tuesdays: I IEVERYONE WtLP.MErr 5
two-inch guard to avoid a mess. about me going home? ; lo k. "i don't know-I
i 9iMM wwl taw Seniors Church the Rev. JoHn M.:Peyton, Nelson will sin::. The hilt was originally a little at Felix inquir don't think so at-the time." end Fridays from ( tQ 6 P.M. w..ssitt.a MM Ht !
i .... M *:JN pat in the pastor, will preach a $sermon on. The Rev.-George-; McNeill Ray longer than it is now-it's been ingly. Felix said '"'l'bat's'Dann, You have an alibi for the time. and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M. 1

11ft Neavee Witt .kadtla "Silerit Moments ani. Striking pastor of First 'BaptistChurch: ,' cut off SQ it wouldn't show much, Host. The comic.: He's been belly- of the murder?" _.. .. .
I+vI. UOUTI"( at the 11 a.m. servic es to- .will'occupy; the pulpit at both: I guess. Yeah, I'd say the knife aching ever since I got here." "When was that?" --- -
ideal for killing small Host thrust his thin face "Somewhere around the last : L .
was a man at -
,. .. morrow, while ,st the 7:3ft' services "
; iwsar IIiopM" it the 734.s' : : p.m. I tomGrroy.i/ t 10:50: a. m. : number. I
: .. .... "wt.rh WoI-f. The whip: will tilk/ on."On Having' and at 7:30: p. cart The. Baptist I,L quickly It could and have neatly been ,made in the for Capp"How said.about"}low it?come youdidn't Host said with only a momen- Memorial Melbodisl Chiirvli
: ..... Its say MI anllirm by'''a 0 j 1PW4 fM. <.. TMUr. tna+tkd. "He' '| At the morning:: service, .T.-J., Mrs.. Elijah' Sandsvill meet' Walter James dropped his ciga you pal around'with the hired gotta alibi. I was backstage''wait
1 Rear. Weaver wiU he 'Bins wiU sing 'a solo while an' $t 7-p. rii. *4' 1 rette. He groped for it with his help?* ing for the finale." "The Church nlth a W.kea* ..
e..trMt tw.r,. onthoui by the Junior Choir will William C. foot ground it out When he Greiss interjected nervously.. "1 A cool voice'said from across Coiner cf DIVISION tnt: CCOR8IA lFT1MitTfHOIh :'
C.cljins; announced : looked at Clapp, he smiling can explain Lieutenant" the stage. "While you're having
was a
J Clapp -
f? B. Reii. pact N- piMrtttadmt b* bC' rd. today , 'the. Sunday(; worship i palely. "I've only been in town shut him off by turning his back heart to heart talk why don't you tlrr: W. \\'E\\U.': 'I'asllrr
*w..t Church The Rev. J. L. I. ey. pastor of tl three days and I've had no troublwith e on the pudgy manager. Host tell the Lieutenant everything?"
... .... ..M> at | a. m. .the sermon subject -I '
pulpit at Ituth PtMhcutna As
Baptist Church, will my landlady. smiled with one corner of his one they turned and. looked CHURCH SCHOOL 9'S A-R
b t*,. WawroW. at 10:M; am. preach tomorrow"at both services will. be, ITie "SacrlTited Felix stuck his head through mouth. "What he was going to at. Shasta Lynn. :
sad at 1J8 pm. Thin will be a 4U, 11 a-ra. and at 7:30pjn. Sunday man" while t' the..::<15 :.p.,m. I the part in the main drape. "Are say is that I'm now around here. ---.*- _(Te'. cvnUnaed; M.: U.*eam C.i e, Supt

.Ale. ""Is.w.h iip+ mretmi at 6J01: School will be at 9:45-: ant services, the; subject of the- sermon -- -- -- ------ -_.__. 70:50 l.My ilor/liig/ Worship
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1 sal a MAC xrvtrr at 7:10prvtWe ; "Doctrine of Atonenent'will.. will be, "The Broad: and;tieNarrow. 1.
I'JII.. AIM the evening be the subject : Not So Poor ;Sclo'br>> IoW'Cathatrine X..*>.U. !
services tomorrow by the Tomorrow at 11 a. m. and at .
t rW R". Mrlnwr. S. Avery. past j Christian Science Society. There 7:45.: : p. in.. services! will-be heldat CongressionalGrist\ Justice(Know William America O. Douglas) of : 0'M l 1'.JJ., Melhoditl Youth' rrllfHHlHtt .
t ttl ANt Prabytrttan Church 'will clso be MIAMI, na.-FranK Robert
a meeting. at 8 p.m. the Church of Christ, Btble
t -tw.k Umurrow. .t II ajn. on. Wednesday. 'tudy will be held Wednesday Mill\r the U. S. Supreme Court, born Lockwood thought by his friends 7:30 PlEreling;" ; Worship/ ; :
in Maine Minn. 50
\ .... Wlit" Don P.erce Divine !services will be hell. } at tat "::.4 "p;. m. yeans ago. ,i to be a "poor man" died during .,
J _'_ I I By REP GEOR'eg: SMATHERS I Eugene G. O'Neill famed playwright -. the recent hurricane and twp; Samoa WHICH WAY?*
: born in -New York City, women friends will receive ten Wednesday 7:30: P.M. "Bibk $Meiy" ''I

I i 4'111.1 KELLVS BODY Itt'TUIEI TO FLORIDA HOMEBHnBBiRgHHBpBS I During the month of September: j.>0 Devereux years ago.C. Josephs president $1,000 war savings bonds from Thturday.: 7:30: P.M., 'Croil Nigh"t '
j his estate, Hit! sister, Mrs. Cath- -- ;
I was given an opportunity to I of the New York Life Insurance erine Muller of Brooklyn was '_ ..,

,i g: : r visit the countries j'qf Western EuJ J Co., born at Newport" R I., 53 appointed administrator of his nmiiinimmnummmiiuiw'irowiiroiI {f, 3 -
r rope. Never having: been to Europe years ago I estate which other than the
I would have: been anxious !i Dr. Frank Aydelotte, director bonds is valued at $.24,882.74 in
to go in any event, but in view of |I emeritus of the Institute for Advanced cash and $1,000in personal prop I Youth for Christ
present world conditions and the' Study, Princeton, N. J., erty. Rally
role which the United States:; has: born in} Sullivan Ind., 68 years
) t.t been forced to play in International | ago.Dr. Carl Carmer of New York. edi- I Director. HARRY RUSSELL

affairs, I considered this a most j Paul Popenoe director of tor-author born there, 5;?) years TO.MCHT(; .:::;U) O'CLOCK; :)
opportune time to make first hand: the American Institute of Family ago. 3 "
studies on that continent. Relations,, Los, Angeles, born I -

< x tx; One of the things in which I j I in Topeka, Kans., 60 years ago. i l" Subscribe To The Citizen.nvvtvvvyvvv. I FJRj7'il1ETlOD87..
Aj ___ was most interested was the re- | Prof. Henry Clapp.Sherman cf CHURCH
Y ,o action of the people of Europe to I Columbia University, faiudc X TI. s Comer EATON and SIMONTON BTRECTB
the: Economic Cooperation Admin- j! chemist, born in Ash Grove. \a.. .I
stration the Marshall Plan. j Grace Lutheran
73 years ago.
i Therefore, I discussed that pro- j r :i ;| Speaker: REV. G. LEON WELL
Aa ;ram at every opportunity and in i and at the same time fail to makean Church 3
every city and town I visited in J attempt to capture their minds.,
France Italy and Great Britain. !!With the dissemination of the I 1215 PETRONIA STREET : I TUU ,PET .SOLO by PAT )o+lllea//

My impression, which is based on j ;proper information we can make 4I' I. VOCAL TRIO:: MIL Paul! HenK. Mrs. Mtawt/s 1lsitils.stt.
those personal discussions, is that> \them see the virtues of a systemof < 1 and MIL Julia Hehoft
x on the whole the Marshall Plan is I 11 free enterprise operating undera Divine Services <

working satisfactorily for it is'''; democratic, form of government.To I' k CO.MK: ..: IIUING A HUF.M)U)
helping the governments of Eu- !' my way of thinking that i is a
$ ... 4z 7:30P. M. 3 silUIOIUUUI8110Ipi01i % / .
....... rope to get on their economic feet. j major objective of the Marshall' E
i .., .. .. KJKJA" However, after talking not only | Plan. -
with F. II. ZUCKER, Pastor: 3
government officials but
f j LYlHQ < ) Wire photo with many men on many streets, i i iI 1 uuu.Waa4 iTHEOLD STONE CHURCH f
I IN STATE 1 U th. county courthouse at Madison. Flans the body of Cant: '. Colin Kelly;; concluded that the Marshall ,j| i I'
: iliac A..tkaa to b. proclaimed a. hero in the war with Japan. He perched in has: ,'PlaJ1, after, Plan as now operated, is not wino i, First Presbyterian Church 1 (Fk I 11rllludl.l, )
a1 eblaq a Sep wawhlp with serial bombs. Funral:: service with military honors was 'held at ning friends for the United States t White and Washington Streets First Congregational Church Corner cf EATON and 8IMONTOM lYtlaliid.. :e

t 1ML.a among the average people of Eu- Rev. Melrose S. Avery. Pastor : 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. G. LEON WELLS. Partcc :

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--- --- : rope.Government -- C 1
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---- officials of the SUNDAY SCHOOL Between Southard &: Fleming .
l!; Tyrr ItEE: (:E:. ,ACIII-T:( ACUEK TENNESSEE WILL co G.O.P.S Marshall Plan countries know and STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. I John M. Peyton. Pastor : Snntluy r."I'JI' i J

l-m ', *_ JMMBBBII "*** ** H' 'n**'' "i ii L. > ii M JIPJ-THILin. ,. ,? !. ... ,....m apyreciate the tremendous sacri-: 'i j Church Service I Sunday SchooL 9:4S A.M.
fice that the American public is.. 11:00 A.M. I J. Archer. Supt. Classes f..i All 9:45: A.M., SUNDAY SCHOOL :
making in order to finance the I Subject: I 11:00 A-M. I I. I IUiU1.) : tlaa wit4B Wts.&.
;e :
,program.ment officials However have, those not made govern-it,F "DOING GOD'S WILL" MORNING WORSHIP I: Sermon Sub Ch Thy KlnqJom". BrttnJ i. *.. tMfc.. ....: -
t clear to their people that Ameii- I "SILENT MOMENTS and : 0:30 P.M... Meeting. : of! "-tiiiMi Ywtffc.. P... mpiu.,t : :
7:30 P.M. I- eik Cart 1.4t.wisii.l 1
cans are not profiting from the STRIKING HOURS" AI N...h..JI :
i .. operation of the Marshall: Plan. Young People'a Group I (Solo by Mr T. J. M. :s.) : SU1UKXT: 'JUSTICK: S NKMMt' A t HAtt"t"" .

ej In fact, the average citizen of Eu- : Under Direction of (Anthem by Junior Choir) I: 71111'.M.; I K%........ ........... :

-I-1w----- rope does not seem to realize the DON KIERCE 6:00: P.M., Christian Endeavor .: "A CbtistUn lion*.". Third end LM *l s..... t* T.u.j Pssp4 :
u a by which the Marshall'' 7:30 P.M. .
1 'Plan operates. The goods which .
government receives under'it are 'I}' Leaden 7:30. PIONEER Yvonne GROUP Camalier EVENINGVOnSJlU' j IJIF", J"'riul InilaIIoit T. Sullies, Nip .... :
sold in the stores of that country f, "ON HAVING A GOD" i .
for money. Therefore, when the ': (Anthem by the Chunh ('!1ulr) .
Visitors. Friends and Members
European consumer purchases ] W d_ 7:30 p-m, Prayer-Praise -
Are Invited to Our Services
szrk United States goods, he does not I FrL. 7:30.Young People's Night

realize that the money which he ._ t! The First Baptist Church
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pays is kept in his own country in i
t ,a special fund for the purpose of I !
tf building up a favorable dollar"bal- COME WORSHIP( THE. LORD WITH US : Corner BAHAMA sad CATONCEOUCK .....

f lance to be used as that govern- [, .L : { : Mr:KHX H \\'. N
merit sees fit for the rehabilitation; aLlnr

The Marshall Plan can easily be '
used and< should be :
used in-I
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strument'to promote good will for' : CorMr Fleming and William St.
: H. F.. .....
the people of the United States I I REV. J. B. REID. Pmstox
and between the .
'- 10:30) :
le requires merely that the administrators ; t,11.....w-
(.Y1 Pholo I IIM i of the Marshall : Morning!: Worship Svir lie.i..teul 1
Plan 1le.e tIr11M.. .
I CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.. Classes For All i II ..
COKnuNCt: .t X ...iU.. Senator insist that the governments whichare Ages
Robert A, Taft ( of Ohio
center) Tennessee
I M &... ia &be N.nber electio In full .gre.ment with him are predicts former GXXP. National benefiting by the Marshall I : Merrill Felton, General Superintendent : BAPTIST TRAIN9K3fHH.\ J+j fM,
GMlta.a Carroll B, RMC (MtL) T.nnaue.'s Republican candidate Plan make known to their people i ht>y. lAN.b If.ai4 ....qSiI ..
for the U. S. II
Wry .....r .., Acuff (rightl. Republican teDat. and Hill. how the program operates and Morning Service .. _h 10:50 o'Clnck : .,
nominee for governor of Tennessee. why it doe not result in finanjcial : !I (
-- ._-- ----.-. benefit to the American!I Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. ..........
I.. .t fattened to people. i Song Service 7:10 P.M.
Always 1 I I'.1
, ... remove wash: from the Analysis shows that there is
no In
/ tttM -bar wB the tail show wore up I line as soon a* it, is dry to save I great difference in. the nutriment mocracies this battle and communism between the it does de- I II 'I: Evening Worship --..-----_--:.__-___--______ 7:30 o'CIork

Int l. unnecessary wind flapping in the content of light-shelled- or 1.Idark I not make sense for us to fill the' REV. REID WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY rrw'". 7)0 P.M.. lblt ........ .

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: y. ..,.., ., .. ._ ___ ,v .. was called by Harris and Peace 7
I < Justice Roy Hamlm to testify. I

' ADAMS DAIRY t. She said: she came home at :
7 TO 5
i iI. +bF_ about 4 it.:. October (3. the ,
; Sa heard Eberhordt's oar drive up at

I.. NinUuat.. tau: flub i it. w .-.1i about % P.BV Sb* sad she bleat.
hlanI.him.. upstairs typing. Tb A.
IWl NVl n,...., she mixed drinks. foe herself her .
| ThvetTeamManageisPlaii mother ana let Ebarbardt. She
I'il.lniaft.. |''..|Urr4tut .ii i sale they to vaUy hi drinks; m. a

!'.....J. .:aelyd. i i '. the afternoon. with I,
Then. Fte4 sat talking, ape

.... w M tart about enlarging out garage," she
atsuae Cluntip! Series j said. "I was getting, a car and thegarage '
t.reieas ..... Wsy1 11.1Iles { ;-
1. was apt large. enough for
cr .. Y4.w ...rk. t : S Fred's cat andW>eH* tbei.

lie. .... gwiu, I .a1.'. Sort Air tig .'Baeutj are being mark a ,, N sketched a plan foe enlarging (hegaiage
by Manager ValJez) of the Bouiberi. "
to, carry both out can.
D.iigr bJ w Manager ftmith. of th;
Fred left seem aft* that, sajipg -
E..w- kisMAla W dtade Clowns and Manager Acevetlu of he. would apt have supper
+irtta .t tiriften:. the Pirates fur a series of tamC3 a.N with home. Then she described -

sa.e. iu the very near futUl'e0 hour she heard the timing\ '
t I Wruuoe the baseball h.unpj dL"l of the doors about 7.:3ft p.
'A. .... ... aawiJ bark ant garage a
fBio of U43. ra. and then, bearing; a noise
UM toM fey* lajfcaa> andkoutedUt Further detailare expected: shortly after. ''

N4Il. .... u.u,. ( to be rtkasedfor publication: I 1 "As I beard the Anise. 1 ran to.

.:rl7 next week the kitchen door and out" through :
the. Owt with .... out J. f the back door/ said Mrs. Wilt ,;
L. W a..."... ia left on a liP/ ) Photo.Lams. "1 saw Fred lying on his
......i ,Arr. LnriI M safe at 2 Games SundayAt & t! face by the tight IA the back yard ':
> JIM "RED" PATT N (right) Georgia Tech's mighty halfback has a lot of fans-but his most
....... earl Ylaae gee. i.. tint ardent supporter >ts( his wife. Dot (left). They were childhood sweethearts ta Bessemer. Ala. He was about three feet from the ; -
wie1.U W Wit to fiU the Field .rear steps. j t
h'. ..... first I.TWM to furred Army "I picked the which was: '
at ---- --- gun up SENATOR: ROBERT A. TATTous R.priMaea NOMW .. s a
/i'jK' a pw b&U.nd DUncotw 1 I a few feet from his body I '
away .
campaigner on hU whirlwind tour *4 7tnee .... 1'4e1r
: ,I A doubleheader of baseball uscltedulcd The Weather Ij I OFFICIALS' NEW SIGNALS i put it on the top of a pump near ida. on b.h U cl C.". Thomas E. S.w.yY. .a tWew .r rwi
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In the seer J.teMSw for fans of Key West j the back door. Fred said nothing.
dtiit. H. Is from beat due! tlrra., .
laph a to M ttrsslsp
.Asl. i MK4. Julia VillawrM I I so I. ran in to the telephone and 1
...- ... Barber aingkd .i the. Army Barracks field tomorrow a iVORECAST: :i I called Dr. (Frank E.) Bowser to ]I after going aboard a tpoag* ....*| to ..... ...... ... -...

(Mel Itrade.ia !. third. Castro afternoon. j Key West and Vicinity: Partly FOR FOOTBALL ,PENALTIES come at once." j t I Manuel Vanos (left bck.rMi..*l. A persarataa astlaw Iriw

tit.4 aid ! and Barber 'The first game. beginning at.I cloudy with scattered showers in :. t She added.that Fred was planning j the senator a helping .......

-... hi. Mw tfcmt. the Adam* 1:30: o'clock will bring together I Ithe the area. Fresh northeastrly'wind to make a trip to Tallahassee
'I i
.. !; thru Sunday. ROUGwr(+7sf C.iPPIFENALTI. PIRWNAL. OUL.PPl' .
4t. BUfiw. in an "inrwktM 'I KiS shortly. "
powerful Atomic Bomber_' Florida: Fair thru Sunday ex- : + Yes. IS YDS. (*ukc ruULisi" j :
Hilario Romas of .UU\) ( ;
MtftlffllM to KTBtMi" and VllCrwr .. i : t Lopez Liquor bldglt; "
southeast C I.Is I.
wtkwl KH. to third and the Scorpions in a grudge]i iI cept partly cloudy aloe<; acs.IAEL'6..t. I t Store Duval street then was call- :i,

+ Iha ....... wide to first to fillIli battle j I tEach coast with widely scattered ed.. He testified that Fred; on, the |I( (Knew :.rteriral I I "'I'Itffitk 1'H44'hale. 1taItt
beta .......Iw g Its to third club claims to be the better !; showers this afternoon: : and tonight t{afternoon October 12 had 1786-The United SINS Mta1

Mai tMteed. .......... at the plate team and tomorrow's game I I P r i.showed him the swelling in. his'I; established in PttilniU Irinia, CM* Jt.nM iealr ..
iettl c..... ...... to feat .Kit run.wad should srttl!; the issue. ]i Jacksonville thru the Florida hands, but added his spirits were |I 846-Hi5&or lint pallier :lead Ne tliInwaar -- sltl.aM.
Bombers will their Straits: Fresh north'ait to cast I'J roimaL demonstration of the alt friMi th' MMMl ev M
.....*.. w..rd. Cruito : pitch young I i I \tnr esh.e
Maid- and en a pail ball' star Bo Meador who .;a; *n will i winds this afternoon and t9- 'yr to: Dr. Bowser then came to the in a major uper.'_. by Dr WM fir 0.... .. Mat .......
p.- go into the U. S Army with the night becoming moderate easterly : witness stand. He said as he I i liam T. G. Morton at Me:

.. tllrasMl Ilrb'. sewed two. old reliable, DeWitt Roberts, Sunday. Partly cloudy with : ..-...=--- -: reached the Eberhardt home Eber- i. Massachusetts: General ...-....... "Uern. a..I
Jtnbm wesNt.d., Castro douw hind the plate Veterans be-I scattered showers in south portion =s._ r. hardt's body had alre.dybHn I 1853-HisWic raid .by Joint ".b stall to .....* pav >< tomm

..... CMttd singled. andthlyaw. Casa. S"r_ and Guiro Diaz wilt Sunday teJnoon.: 1: '!placed on a stretcher to removal : Brown on Harper's Feriy. Va. s* MOT Mss fhjt* >%fCJU
.. ........ IN the fifth stand bv for relief duty_ East Gulf: Moderate easterly:: 1!to Municipal HospitaL He said he |i iI 1 1865-The Irish RepwMw ... Air /r rats asM.want. .
I I r I Winds this afternoon and tonight, tlQl.ttlll) ,; B\DEF> U!& t USi Of XMDi 2VWSVSS AtssREcaldRDttV believed Fred died the t..... .. .
to claimed
It.t....n awl a duVU by The Scorpions: will make a "tDS.I IS vos.C Is Yqst on way at a great FtiuaA -.t.I per L.t *si ea iI
..Mar .... 1)I.b') their fifth strong bid with their ace right |I>', becoming southeasterly Sunday., :EL2 :hospital"There |I ling I m Philadelphia. ..w tlr tltslaas .d. wits ....

wan.. is Nr wrlh th* Dairy tit hander Gabriel "Fireball" Las j Few showers in extreme south : was no pulsation, but he 1903-Dowie. with oame 1sAo9h liatart

F eaeM A ........... c-hwcw and Ire oft the mound. O Rodriguez I. portion, otherwise generally fair :gasped: twice on the way to. the followers, comes to New YWfc .. po. -r

...#. br ....... and a denble. by .iU du the catching I weather. hospital." said Dr. Bowser. The ]I I I convert the city.1910Wireless.
.... ...... tvtt.hi .1 The wi inner of the first game 'i I No smalt] craft or torm warn- :bullet went'through, the chest and j= first) we'd Inini .-A l

M. ...... Acvvnto duuUvO.a will play. the Conchs in the .-ec- I, ings have been issued. come out the back. It went upward !, water to shore when ..........; -a..f fill .
., waited a ..tklkm end contest of the afternoon r 't at an }angle of 15 to 25 degrees. i i: Wellman trying to eras. A.... I "GLCWtA (' -.,.

an ... bur Rg&b.t is st.rufiv1..v' "Buns/. Villareal will be on : REPORTKey ;' ." in an airship-baHoun fapM/ ,, "Irlea.a.I 't4" hdrs'"AN

Mh ........b to was U.' the firing line for the Conchs, West, Fla. Oct. 16, 1948 f A bloody shirt was shown Dr. I I down 375 miles off coast and *a. \:I I ........
1x111. two tntl* in ninth with Lee Griffen doing the re- i (Observation taken at City Of lice. f i Bowser 3lld.said it looked very 1 dioes for help. -..,..
ulp p*** we a rail. ). but waMW reiving. 8:3d anx. EST) I! j much like the shirt Eberhardt bad t 1918-American troop, part af All tltr .. '
fart. ..... twMnal.d wad SterW Temparaturishighest worn to the hospital. I! an Allied force repwfcw B......- ,
... to k(; Crv{ went to, yesterday 80 AP Newsleatwes : Mr. and Mrs. H C. Elgin, who I viks on the banks of the Dvfoal

...... wad. ,......... WM UMl at .*C> Stand Lowest last night ,, .. -7. ? NEW 'YORK_Th. six revisions in the official's signal coda lived next door to the Ebeth4rdt'testified & River. '. A IIIIIII!!

.d .pats la rtrHrh 'ituMaM How They Mean _.._u__ _no 78 designed. to.keep. the fan in the stands informed, which became. I they had heara tae shot, i 1940-Men from 21 to 3* n*.- i iI :
AId M. three Acr Normal ______ _u_ .- 79. ,effective this season are depicted by AP Newsfeatures'Artist {.Elgin testified h-: saw Fred locking I I ister for Selective Serviee.1943Chicago's Il i,I 'M .wales pt1 tbl ...tills,.
,,'s and up the garage. .li ... else
twu each PrecipitationTotal Jce Cunningham. The military salute which in jpretious football I l lint aiw.y ys1 Its tttrritp
Waaev. Cnu and Sand LOCAL SOFTBALLClass last 24 hours T. ins. t seasons signified "unnecessary ro&ghnessaDd, also. was apart JI .t' City. Patrolman Gabriel Lastres opens. ear ... t4u./
identified .
.... ttv fi e4s, B I the gun as being the I ___
MI Sand month 5.57 broadest
nm Total this ins. 1944 Japs it
....... .wen best lug bIn ,I "A" Le.? J Excess this month 2.42 m $........ .. a eliminated. Theholding" signal previously also was used to. form; Jack Caiti and Herman .
HK U .. Llirl.rr and Club- W. L. Pet Total this year 4544 ins.:, 'I as Admiral NirmU braadcaaU MMJap .
.w W. ........ I I Bvb'u Spurt Shop 'Z'I 875 I E"ce this year 1400 ins.i show illegal::* of hands by offense. A new signal was. devised f Roberts told of Fred bein )iy.tbe-.1 t Ion of some W stt1ps ...*Sit
K. IL I E. Adams Dairy __-__ 6 .3 .GG7SubRoa Relative Humidity. lor the latter offence that more closely resembles the m- Downtown Bar"at 6:15. p-m.; planes. 111rl/i Of 1
<. Ira tiGn. There was no signal for illegal receiver down- seph Hodges wholives in. Jo.l I
tf 114 W2-"l 12 3 Four 3 5 .375 8:3D SLTO. pass 1946-Meat prices ft" w W a* .
HI ua WO$ 9 1 Vets of Foreign Wars 0 7 .000 75-> field (tackles, guards or center are not allowed beyond scrim- of .Eberha/dl. brew, told e| h ar- Chicago stockyards, with recall '* sad
ing the 4ho$ and. telling haw he' 8- starrt _artT lArcif
is.4 C_trw; CnfftuM BarometerSea mage line). called the police. high per.I : a dawiab" t. ..,'e M
Class "V League! Level}). 8:30 J 1947!) President Twines .
( a.m. --- ---- --- -- -- -- -- r lanes
I.I.I I I ,
I j I Lt. Phillip W. Koehle,. USl,. 0.- at -1 t l .
J..k'lHal't'ill; Club- W. L. Pct. 3004 iivu-10173 m1Tomorrow's : '. all forms of price CUlt,", awl ..
..... .. .. i whp lives next door to EJtwr.hardt's -'I 1/inre._ No w -
r. J. Saulina Elks Club 6 0 1.000 Almanac / rationing as pxltcc stale M-thTo 4a .. .
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home I hi4ad.
; said the shotI 711 a-a 'sa .
1.ala. Cuss Sands", : stele n., VX-1 Flyers / 4 3 .370Kantur's Sunrise C:2J*) a.m. t x Navy ovJiugAlleys
..... ......... J, IJOWM.; itoubU;. Men's Shop 3 4 .37$, Sunset _..._ ... 5:59: ) pm. .i I t I sounded between 1:29 and 7.29;: prepare stuffed rriery f.. a a- t' ,.
that after he .
m. beard -
; it
ghVk.J ......*. to J VitUrral to Naval Hospital 1 6 143 j Moonrise 5:54 p.m. a I j i out the rear,window of his g bo c p.1 I oai ty. mash crea-m ........ ..... Y
Mw.. ewr"IMu Sands J.I . Reopened ; =__
; II Moonset 5:57: a.m. {but said it was too dark to distinguish blue cheese, thin with I....,im ASM
..... V.Mns. ISrtih Hit: Ly Full Moon __-_. .-- Oct 17 I|cream, flavor with ,...... .prarel ..
....... I. W Oriffm 4: tsasiw onIIItie I Sports CalendarSENIOR Lieutenant Joseph T. Kerwin, : "1 heard anything a ; and I[onion and Uhosro :**cW.... TftllWirilOIFFFK"
i womn screaming
: eN Onffrn 3. taff R dwrlt1tr.hrtf. TIDES USN recreation officer of Vie U.s. !> assumed that Eberhardt had been r the celery trim off the +I:

.. .. Ate- SOFTBALL (Naval Base) Naval: Station: Key West, said to- i shot," said Lt, :fsoehles.; I I cut stalks in two.inch ....... I situ t t?
.. ......: inia1 10' game: Ebyview Park. Nights Tomorrow day that the navy bowling alleys ', The case washeD, adjourned ;!land stuff with the ...*p. mte

ua uarNmra Mriteu Rat Cillfhk -.; MONDAYFirst (Eastern! Standard, Timt> will U open for play on Mondayat I until Monday at 9;3d ajn. The Sprinkle with a .little. pr. at
... ;a p.m. foreman prika and arrange ..ttctIVC! : ', i- Ml Crncrrt ,
Game-Elks Club vs. Na- High Low i l tff :& ;ury_ ts, Jack A
d Hour, of play will be from 5 a serving plate I-
val Hospital. 9:41: a.m. 3:05: a.m pin I Saunders and the others on the 1..Laa.&ALLs..4' 55A5 aatir
the.. nig....... t4.,. .trl.iPI of I I vs. Veterans of Foreign 9:24 p.m. 3:09: p.m. to 10 p. m. doily except Sun- jury are H..-mHoo W Pinder,
M.ra]_* .... ( ...... Valttez '.:1'1 WaN.TUESDA. day Service and civilian employe I Lawrence Prop Edward Diaz

-c. Y- ADDITIONAL TIDE DATARefsreitce tournaments are now in process ; T. II. Shiner Jjr. and. Chprles Wil-
sware tare m the second ot being 'JiganizedLJoyu ; hams .
First Game VX-1 Flyers \sKantor's ( Station: Key West r.
.wS WS a sctsMr stall a single Shop. of i t
Men's Time of Height ,
III Ile.w. Mk ....*. th t aunt on '
s of London was foundedby
Second Game-Adam* Dairy StationTide high water Seek
..... kv H.dniw.a through the> Sxt ; Edward Lloyd! who ran a
\s. Bob's Sport Shop Bohia Honda l

iMa--lh W( .'..taw...*...-t.. r.Leil' one THURSDAY Kantor's Men' (bridge) n' -Oh 10m 0.0 ft. ; I. and coffee the-house business in the was year carried 1688 on j Petitions: seeking divorcesi I I

eM4. anal. .)..... ........ Sukmwxt hit First G me- No Name Key : J! after him by his son-m-law who i| were the office of Circuit
.... Ia ..-" tar a ....*** and Paso I Shop vs. Naval Hospital. (east end) n +2h20m { i 1 had been his head-waiter. In i Courlerk Ross Sawyer yester-
Game--Bob's Sport ,
Mrrw the. w run.AS Second Four. Boca Chica ., v 1769, one of the waiters opened terday by Leona, Alberta luiKer I REMOVALPaul
SubRon Point-Oh 40m
Shoos j"
tts4 r--- hit tau lee I.ratr (Sandy I the New Lloyd Coffee House against John Tucker- by Mary .
ors/ *+ hat two fur the Caldes Cecil Miller
i n i and drove the original Lloyds Frances :against
VX-1 Flyers vs. _. 10m 1.4 ft t
First Game- (north end) +2h + SINGER I
1 Betty Harris a out of business. I Shannon A'*borne Miller. Jr. and
r.Ui.rMir. %.... Ilaklbrant.liar- Elks Club.Second oOo I'i red-head, began her radio singing I i by Charlotte:) L, Roup against
.. W I 4 uF l fur the Mywri Game-Adams Dairy NOTE: career at Canton. O Sshes For Sunday night supper serve : John D. Roop.
A -. M. Lest and. I'.HU, (:ar- i vt. Veteran of Foreign! (-)-Minus sign: Corrections a native of Salem O. a corn pudding (made from canned 1 SALE

HIIMHU f..r the winHhutiM. Wars. to be subtracted ] or quick-frozen whole grain 1I i I Jim Peebles, Washington Redskins' .
: (+)}-Plus sign: Corrections to. KM'LAIINS SCHOOL:
corn), creamed spinach, baked ( veteran'end., still carries
saw- n. H. F I SKATING be added. i I (Continued From Page One) I tomatoes and broiled crisp bacon f shrapnel IB big leg and hip from

..... .l. attlt) CJ-I G I Ir BayvMW Park. Night (h-Hour. a funds of the 'state, which means I I strips. Accompany by lots of hotbiscuits his days as an infantryman in

sad 001 1-2 a 1 FRIDAI \- (ft.)-Feet. i they are on parity with all other or corn muifm3.i t Europe

Must, t..t wlrrti wat.a.tii. ( run T::30 to 900 p.mTRNfiIs (m-Minute.) .- i ii( agencies even to the saUii of i
w. ........, I I i :::: : : -: ,
SMILI'tilucre711 : the governor and m''.iiibeinl .... ..." ...
..... iwti Whit.-Iwra; C. WILL YOU I if .l'i
v._ wet. ........--- I t B.Tviw Park. Afternoon the cabinet.
M.asr rim it..4rsguei. ; IwoV. and Nights lie A f ; Last week State Sxhol Supt i iintemlen'

h.. .1111 ipwuNtn. ; sodden braes: Daily play. Colin English lepoitio FOR SALE8if 1 SherJEWELER

iM..an_ ....... ....... aectifu'cMb :I Hot Time J that nearly 30 percent of Floi i I =i ]
i.ern ; struck SIUIFFLEBORDB Ida's school pupils rode school
.M IA'' YaMrr. by ll-n.H>n I; ( y>' hew Park) It was a dark night at the encampment : buses to and from their classes : ;

4e. hails "'"H IUn*>n 2. Jf Daily play. A car was heard approaching '; last: year. An average of 107; :I. ::1j

ll.ld.e 3 taunt U IMMT: 1.00; through the impenetrable ': 583 children used the buses. an '

: gash: OtiMm and AUuoi; SENIOR BASEBALL 1 gloom. increase of nine per cent over j if White //j ji -- -

ar.e Agsssiar I Municipal SUdrum. Afternoon i the average,, daily ..riders ,of the
Plans now'underway for series "Halt Who goes there' shouted year before. According to English -

t Shorts between three clubs: to determine -I the hoarse voice.of a sentry Polk County: imported' the|i NEWSPRINT ji jiI. 532 DUVAL STREET I
ports .J championship of '43 "Regimental commander, re ; greatest!! mileage 4194 miles a

I day. .
S.1 this .. baseball season in city plied a tired voice. i j I' s'
Banacks. Afternoon Colonel, ajid.advance Good surfaced roads are'viU I
Aimy i Alright .
U ........ vi AlatNaMa football
to the school bus system if the
First Gam*--Atomic Bombers to be recognized caaie' the or-
b4.. bad wan 311 games. 'lost I school children are to be earned :> 500 SheetsArtman
I I V:*. Scorpions : ::1:1II
inn 11aI.r a 740 pf Second Game Winner of first der.The Colonel wearied after a : with any degree of regularityand 25
-4. r-I l Conchs. j'j'l and found his' safety. It is pointed out C
game vs. long ride alighted 81/2 11. You'll Save As Much As
TW Wa win Redskins led way over to the rookie, who then i, that 40 per cent of the roads II x ji jiTH 1
pound of lean ground'b in the snappiest used by school buses are unsur-
1* N..a ......tau League inaiM.1.t Season a presented arms j 1
el with. finely grated onion;military style. ., faced '
14* the ear they I
MM a. the MI t'Mrao- Bears) in the salt and pepper and a tablespoon t "You may proceed. sir." he said. The claim is made that Good E ::1 75cOH'Hf$1411III.
I, Roads Amendment while help-
of tomato juice or milk. Laboriously the Colonel climb
-.c .... K I I I ILt. I r lOl'[ Shape so into large flat cake and!I ed back into his car. Then a t ing the county roads. will also I Press : I

flurried Lo Uramtett. Jr. broil until done; turn with twopancake .'!thought occurred to him. be of much value to the school \

WWC. to .....wnl N.'y''ar.. turners if d sired. Dust "Who posted you in such a placeas system of Florida.TUonousr'fare :1'

sib .... ........... Genre' H Sauer. with paprika and dry mustard; this" he asked / also low : CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 J
aw Mood. esiach. Bra mI.U. aNa and dot with butter or margarine Ibbefor4 j "Oh, nobody sir, replied the meats a I

hiiavr ...l A.d.IRY. boxer, serving. I r vigilant sentry "I'm just prac- gap between tarp mountains Vriina..1'e:;. aaTneroaghfare t . . . .T..T TTTTTTT' T7T.YT 1
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A> p:t"r: : campaigning was Andrew Jackson's meat. "HONEST ABE" LINCOLN left his Sprin field. IU. home only THE GREAT COMMONER. William Jennings ROUGH RIDER """Tecld- Mw it ..dlm.

TOW HuGHT pe-, :its b' :sped litre's an old drawing of him arousing a village crowd in 1828. once during his lZQ car.ll>aign. Marching men. called Lincoln Bryan. Democratic candidate for President in ley's rumua, mate la 1f30. was ........ .....
New Ywk-r .it sl( (team la "Old Hickory": defeated aristocratic: John? Adams and was rc- Wide Awakes". did his campaigning for him. Historians say "96. was a champion campaigner. He made ful crm a1n.r. H. mad In t......... M Mal

.*.***.- Cu vt tr., a;.. Tho rlcclcd: four years later. His victory was tagged by his enemies the election was already decided; 'by-the time the convention "3 speeches in three months. 24 of then in 24 campaign. His walrus muHMW aM M1/1tp i
M.. .. hours. "You shall not crucify mankind upon smile warmed the Mart .! ..... .. b .
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