The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 18, 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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to sec President Truman when

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Several change.: in the classifications plane shortly bono noon. lie

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rode automobile to Miami
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at tonisht3 m M lin; of the City Governor Ca'dwell! arrived today ; death of Fred O. rberhtntt: f.rm.r .....- .ee.aa isape4Mc 1M
M...l.aH. IMI *,. a '"'.(!.* at Commission These are the matters Monroe ,
lo he present at the conen couny who was loved fateRy abet t. ttit rw ef BM
ld.r.Maa 'tart i M.t *. .d Virgintrp that will 00 crinsiderpdn : ti-..n of the American Lesion f Say* 1C [I1sI m..tlrtl't street home list Tuesday nt !ht.
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.'\ now iltissifitation corcring I : TiM ccAciMCMitt of tlu jury war tans rnraptilalt 4 ... *f Mesatrsttmeny
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h4f.l t'1e 4t-h. Ifich ( ; j
J.-t. _. jour holding: s-tjiko;, on a j Inauguration hay ; showed! that. Kb-, aarrl had blest ...... .tes t.' f e.
H. tarts wain aquitel Legion said they have not jetleceived I
..._.. ... .. gnifiiidting sr ilt'. I 'he r..tal shot w. hue. hat h. resew c..vehet ... we.n.. ... tyb.iut
.iii. a. i"' IJra ieathI the Woman's Club offthe a "bid" from any city I I rl .....-.. .. W..tiss. vein: his Taking for next year's American Legion ALBANY Oct 'l8.-ThomasL? assrrlcd .. tear pitys.wl euadNiar.
w.v. r.. I......t. awe| Melvin lax l"Hiberauje tIc properIjr .nventin. They think that the the W. Lu rv Harris l ....fs.iN Mete _$ _1I_,. hed. idea .. ..'..
s tllsapee. ..... Nlt' n.1"11. % held by it r:, exen>pt.i ] "high jinks" carried on by I' Dewey sa: I t'l' i iy that, in h", 1 lJ' hl.l n" n r .1 ..I'n. i I. tt -. oat.-. ....... 'list
There will i he a resolution reinvvin' luf ins election to the presidency.he .
loon Sw..4TM I personalI taxes againstvretain : thousands of Legionalres at conventions will continue to serve as governor 'pir ,'n.t :') E'.ll j ii, .le.'h aweely ........ .n.l t fIa ..... M

r w.eP w. ........ tirrco J..oJ..ics. i' is the _reason why no "( of New' York up to the day .. lied. ....... ......
store quart M.V err the. 'these I A .e.ol u lion inn- aoias; the invitation ha bee received s M+t ._ of hi* i rnJ5u ration. lirkac 1M ,lit) '-a.a t*.
jetelrrr ...... A.-Y.* Mi .lM>n>e te!' Irid .1.. Pelt. arty t.....) I" Lot proierfics. !I (,Vi Photo four addre-e3 in up-j:tnt cit I heart t Ihtrlaa the I'eiu.
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eat. u4iigerrwd un Two onluunT transferring SALLY RAND deuce ics tomorrow and 'n Wcdnesiay -- Nom
of fan fame i.i in Jackson. Miss... with the
M l.. MI tMNtren..r. f-uither tuht 1 the! liquor licence held by ClieeClire' and Thursday two major speech st U I's.alt __! ,.a r ... 5...... litet.t
I Dockets Set redheaded baby boy which she says she has adopted. Sally ..,. .. .
ihsl/'I eg4iLAr. + Place front 931 to 1000 in New York City. .eee 181. ( M Sara
rw'ftlla> ....... toe * '! Uivuion street and granting; a says she picked bun up in Birmingham. Ala.. Sunday and has It was discloocd that Republican .va <.f t.'e nvtM ., not ...... MnE ..
L...I ...... .0( the dash of Ii4tI | new beer! and wine license. I named him "Shean.pronounced "Shawn. Miss Rand is currently leaders fear tri y may lose xi r ir tI aNes'etwa ... .. ....
war ...... at GltiiN.Al !I- | Today In appearing with a carnival touring the South. She is a control of the senate in the November r.ern.sltrli. .

.b.r. mm t-Uy. aftwhi lit(- rockpit& hanging over a chair:. property owner in the North Beach section of Key West. Fla. election. That is the reason M.n.. ....... tlMan

MK flNetp .... Imp' in I. m an effort to get the water out 1 1I ---. - -- -- - -,-- -- .- why Dewey has called for the r:._tfot ..... a..v. ... ...- (....
MM tfcitf .. Meniew eft Marathttn. 'of his lung. i I Criminal Court election of Republican: candidates t' I as ,haeN 'v.,..a .. Mar
...... ... 3 r"vr' hft' C"ttf' '.,it sir alit
e Mii| MH I fee wan ran h Howe ordrred the boat to Mara for the senate on several occa-
.. .__... 'fie? ,fFt. rlan.l'rl ..11Th..n retire Justice: Doe MA.N'S BODY IS I sj,. RS- GOP leader have stringed;: J:, I.bP......dtt
: ......... a4i ........... ........-art I Andrew of T..vermer was called i One Criminal Case to intensify campaign for their has ,ana"' ttWIIIIIL1oI
i .... Mr .......... 1P1tt, CWthbean. !He!' in turn railed 11nhn, who l\ I'all Term senators from now to the eve of :-. Stats ......... )11 ..a
: went imu> to the seen" I Set r i Election Day.President s\,... arI l to ..1 =- ......
slaae wet 4r vaw Holt house was arrested following j .Again Mce: lowest FOUND AN 5.0.I ( Truman today is at 1tI1"S. Gea.etes-.. .. AI ..
1 ..... la .4.*. wetrr and rt'A the death of Frank W. Ihvi3 at i i I tending the( American Legion! convent Iad tacxd tit eeMaa aM ..11 ..
: ....... ass aaa he.n .I .H,. ?rathoii vCversl; months ag.: Fur 3lurdcrtioun'lin i ion m Miami ) L4lrharot terra i.y .. 4tg
t 8 w N rnmS.. Mtn Howe ..w Before furrier Peace Justice J. Y. I. ? of Inc civil and crioi- (Wallace 'dressed' automobile I : ''WI" .a la. rnya el .ha. I....
{ .... liar/ .... ............. 11ow.. Porter!' IV Davit I eras held ti have' mel dockets in Circuit Court VMS BEACH THIS: AM workers in Detroit whose union She amid. Mt elan sea .... ....
# M'. hd.r aub4 in a hrger. 'strangled during a struggle! with hell here today by Judge AQuin- I has come out for Truman; and i<*'I fret attar .. M1tMSirs .
...... .. MMe1 M ftnl l Holt 'IIn,.* IIi I ..., was heft to be f ino) Lopez, 4r, for the Fall Term I due tonight to speak for steel f """. "" 11"

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) ;;iff. ... 11.eay'wsldaa11 leased.'"p i f ell r r y1 '1} rriiiSlaflta has'eiMfcr!' 'd Truman Wallacesaid ; 1fMa"! .
Ties w4lrttty they 1'. ru>it'. wrSjr$ ws cov >re i vrith'bl"od 'a ttatc.ittomeoy; : toll Judge Lopez Americans in Detroit that the Progressive fallen. Dian .Sad, .. IM"\\ ,OrrI.
oulr .I4/. br4r. r %Unt nom seta ( ant i.pparcntlv had some j that it might be necessary for the (//n' .ll-yuIJ Of 3 Party will continue to tune< ')1 oe.It .ter ......... 'V1i4T .
taed4pu.. .f tK. --li\1'ly shallow ;(UnusuafmarlkS nn 'U, according to I, grand. jury to be called during the 1 lion regardless of the November: 2 o'f I.. her ........
..... .H..s.erastoMseleor" Ilnmlin It& u likely a phyviciin next term of court to con aM sae.rl.M'1 ..wt pet hold of I will be called to j>erfonn an au- j evidence in the death of Marshall i l. ..\ I; { KilidI Due I 1C.i.!' awl t.htt .l __ t. ratic
MatflMxWi. I tvn>y when the jury meets tomorrow Holt ?t Marathon this morn:.iS. \tlIOlt.y Tn !'><' I j -:. .:. pea fuH" 'stirlh
.. sir t lot-i vy IMA. 'i if. "tvillnwe i'. St ve B.>wen, colored, who ialles Rules For PSYCHOLOGY CLASSat : 'ft t.. .... t.aagilrt. to .... .'. t" *
........ ....... the. Nidy I Members: of the jury are Frank ; d t> have killed Jawes M<:- IVrfitrinnl .On. Rudy Navy at I'......... ...... .wa .....
say .... rem! w.stdWWI \.HI. up ;FigMer-U*. Flonpy Pelliner Bcnj"1'min '! Lntuh: also colored!, during a To Blockade I Mercer University! la Ma- baits M Moe 1Mrb. It It.i .
.gales I girl ..... h. to IN Brat Pierre. William Duvnl. /r :quarrel in Petroma street, was Of' W.'i.. r-. VisitortViuu \ Theme con. Ca. was ducvMin? things /hems sags ..... .....,_v ...

dui T'I.: .h.. holy in tuur Th ,mp. lurii ..... .... .
--- -- pleaded l : not guilty to the charge: ride "lea he t '
i{1 Judge Lopez set ths tnil to bcg.n An autopsy to determine the Trip From Flying circumstances Dean Rtcliard to flans. 110 ....... :\:
; November 9 in Circuit Court : I Contest Told I Burt said man mijiit et a Jars 0 ...... P.. fII '
RUSSIA TRYINGTO i I Ju'lgc William V. Albury will defend cause of death of William A.I' FooiUiuff- And Coal grasshopper fir Si.OTQ. Ce-ed ... ........ tst.glr w
Bowen while Harru will ; Pierce: a one armed: visit jr from : I with ilea 1Mt spM .IMiM Mllearby
.I ban lie the prosecution I New Orleans!! whose body vix: I Into Berlin. Toda>' 'i \tiuprtiliim OJ"| tiI Ann Miller (above) stood .p hw bwlnih air

Here was the Disposition of civil '. found about 15 fee: off SouthBich jl I To High School And and said the would eat e tress. .. Mgt a...... .. ttblrhid 4.
DRIVE ALLIESOUT ( irr+r s."r .. ** Pn-- tit S2. twdeal Kara ....
cases on the docket: Restaurant at 6 15 hopper Eager .. till a ...III V.hells ;
1 Tuige Lopez entered i dismissal ..' : a.m. to- BERLIN. Oct. lit -- Tnrcc I (:omciit Of Mar>' raided $7. Others dashed art .. Mgt ....... .......
C. lay was or cnxi liter b; i coroners Americans I had.
in the case of Minnie lost their lives on a I! on the campus art caught e aaad
: Driclacs again; the: City of Key jury. transport plane tlodty. They had Tnuuaculale lJ..pil:: '- i' grasshopper-end Ana yulpe4 1.. laid hew -- M .....,
OF BERLIN i the !sum' of Peace Justice Ira whoI 1 i i aallrreaael .. Ilan
i West for damages in rebury Untied= here safely with a cargo! i icf '! it down. She poses with another oe1 .rti
j Chairman HaroM LauKsrh 'r. ..... Ir .
. 1 S2,500.In .. I cted during the absence of Peace I' k'i satt M..etrfercrtaa
Richard I I ; foodstuffs and coal but on'I 1! manager of the Key West Cham- gra*shopper but .. the
: of Ted :Aearrrnllr sent
'''''"'""a,,' Mud? Iii'-- :I; n;ni t'e ani rise: his father F ei lIen'I'I Tu..licc FIov !Ilarehn: who toss investigating I their teturn trip the plane'*1 her of Commerce ff the Navy *sf a.. She positive ke do *o't .Its ......P*. .aW amaAa rVlaV kal W afe i aafta""*

: nin;:. rg"inst Karl O I anothc act-t.i; at Ila"itbon. clashed as it was preparing to1 I I Day committee today announced want to eat any mare. .liars- gird. a a a att ..*
\\ttrix; Tt nitty W. E. P.I Roberts I head ot the Key V.'e t Coca-Coli'Dotting sail th'.t ih revere b--ias make a landing '|', the rulc of the Navy Dav contest M./l'a stns fiw Ir ... ...
lly I' reqtkrerienLs the nlewere
fo75! .OX; ) ; for the students! of Key Wes! other _
Company the head of Fierce ant hei ...
s on ;
; 1 The deaths bring to 13 who t rrwr w Lu* ltd .sir w
lasted tor Cha:
School and the Convent of 'nnaaK'ht'r
Dnllr i i damages the judge; Jet the hearing 'vented ta dete--im" if possible, High wages see .... .. ..... ..
John 1- Taking Course, for N )ember 4. Ted ll nning I' have lost their lives since the beginning Mary Immaculate of the 10th, asLENGTH follows:
[|'I suffered the loss of an eye aileedly what h?." eaued: ti-n ind' :: of "operation vlttlesto I.i llth and 12th grade 1 OSV .... sir p ..... .......I Mr tMlMsl ...'
: whether they could hive resulted 1 The subject of the contest willI CLOSING DATENXMrM: .Drat Iht Ib eM.r ...
I >. UrltjZrflr' I'n I .X: In Electronics from a Coca-Cola bottlt : bl ing supplies! to western Berlin tbr s'
( The ca:>cVas heard several in the mans cieain\ i<1 due to the Russian blockade I be the "Peacet'me Navy As A be in the hands uf 1*: WtaHContinued .+ b.. .Iswa Mutt Mew M..Ir Ij.a"n )
t-rushI. ., SINIir= .\I..ulI months aoVa.: .> by a jury which i iI John Nelson: a taxicab driver. i, !' Unit Of Our Armed Forces." The ( On Pate SlU $)
<.rrrl., .., .. t11r.. I disagreed I!: who had gone t. t:ie South Beach i[ Today the military commander -- --- .- aaalolll r a d.
I, |leu-( MII. IHtirLadeOf FORT BLISS Tex. Oct 18'-I I The case of Francis A. Bates 1 Motel to take some passengers to]1 t in the Russian zone tightened I-OS TIR \ GKKUIEI H\' RENEFtCIIII' ) ,MItt wiM Jeers T N. .... J.a. .

Urlrru IVrrlin Captain William E. P. Roberts of I I against; Frank Kull for $1000 the bus station. was waiting for regulations on all traffic passing au Mw tat V naMaarrt, VR .

Key!' Weal u one of :27:: officers I in..w ]'damages the judge set the case for his fares \vhen he noticedhat: from that urea into the western ... .. 'omen Iii- oesaoe .. IIt ......
... --... a'.....s.p 'I the week of !November 8I he took t > bo i a man floating off ,
zone. !
Mttendmc M radar electronicsariurse : ; t..i1 t. .hI- al..aya.
.*.., Ih4 II t Jotta I'I i There were no hearing; set in the rcbleurant
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roit Tex .
I ht Bliss .
; HO Nelson called Funeral f = ts4 Yr4ray We Ma,
Brown and Lopez
drUte. lu the i the cases: of Katherine
i, = ......... I.W'1Nbly. wM to- The 37-week t'Uur.t' imluJes areview Rice Brown gdinst: the I :Home. The driver of { n ambulance I Y Li's ............... ... ... f_ '
!' of phvaico. higher m the- |John,
th Merl H wm plain lu Bar that > vidrseo Road: and Toll Bridge who an wered the tail wentto MARALOY i ) t" ....
matte anctnmicsstudy : .
i ........ iibiett itt >',inhn-: electricity i''; District tor $3:>.WO damages: : the scene and discovered' the. Jra -
y .MMT Mui4. ate i of wcMern Carl of the theory an 1 character ,I jlluah Kennedy Sloan ignn.t object to bt3 b-iay TIe drive: Mufflers. Tail and Exhaust Pipesfor -:- .. .
l ty*. to to efewe H.e Altie from t.tlea of radar and th" piaclntupetts -- Swift & Co for S100 damage.'. ni: tiled tj ,get: lUmhn. but being All Cars
anus ni tt.e ..sly IIU that the of radar operation. maintenance |1,of Gladys M Burg ss against Irving -I{unable to do so called: Peace! Justice Roy. Key West Auto Parts
..... ews ea"-s.rl their rule!' to and repair The course' ; is : J. Tyson fo. So.000 dam,g*<-. Albury.J 121 Duval St. Phone 442
.. tlAlat ............Wy under supervision of ti>'! Antitirtritft t ---- t The boy of! Pieicc who had NOTICE
beltk adder. that the S.vK-I and Guided:! Missile Brinihof I' I ben reji,tered .t the South h._ _ _
wow a..t writ.., t. ewe.*d in their the Artillery: St.h..1.l Palace TheaterYVONNE I Beach Motel only two days a igoui ; -
Cap, Roberts is the hu Dindl or
founJ, Iull\ ili'the-I.. Tire
Ularig4 111 y.rMrsl. out that the : roan i .y.BRADY'S ,1
Mr>>. Dorothy I.. C.oberl oZ: ) Wi1-! I
Je CARLO and had 1 been wearing tan shoe.
..L.I--. wl Mf bkitka<4c of I lor
f M ... kr t.wa.rleralw.n I"urns ftrett. Key West. Trice. DAN DURYEA in ; and light blown trousers. UiII
s.l Dinnrr '
yeah; of his nlllit.ur: service: nsptnt ; I 'hater the Piece a ,.IlHf(
taL_rtr r M a aaswet vt the! UN j "II.CIH.lrr"\ : roo'n occupied by -for- ..
MNrN. tI1. a II I of in the Asiatic. Pacific theater (In Technicolor) was; searches and onl.a. bathing ill1,1/* 1 /
mt end shirt foun i
: -iwit were
M (fee S. *rilv Council .urv -L
(.* Meanie HM .M.r-....ko lifted. ttieae4taei I ---- The Autopsy WK!! .be penomed 1214 Whit.. Street Phone S43: n't'tInisJIt/tt/ '
I If lea hive the Uifferen SALEI FOR SALE* by Dr. Kdu: ..rdo Gone leThe /. ........._ '. .. ) s
jurjthuh reviewed theb --- ---- -- --
I -! 1941 FORD $995 MIAMI KEY WEST Oclolwr It..
l >J>'. and ninth: aijourneit; until
... ul '....ffOf'f"fM Me. rat the Big Coavt. Cpe.-Can't Be Beat! BARGE LINE. Inc. 10 a.m.. VVedne;;da\''. consists: of DON'T FORGET. FOLKS.AT .
live Li .... Slate Gieat tent. NAVARRO. Inc. CLYDE.MALLORY DOCKS I Arthur Thompson. Ch-rle., T. OUR PRICE OF nl
'. tr. Hui China, and i TELEPHONE 6 Arches Colton Park>. Elias W a- : 1. ..'
*re >ta. Opposite Bus Station I) II 7iiifirNnl
.toe tiMtiiiM el of Canada: in.tea1I !' i 'p.d Carne LrareMiami I son George!: Schneber and Rus-seU CIGARETTES at $1.80 '

Wlutt. the ** nation represent T/iiir. Oct. 21Ramonin's Kerr. A CARTON IS ALMOSTAS 7H: 0 PJf.tng .
.I 1ft the V\.1.I"W'I'a1 assembly I 1 I CHEAP: TO SMOKE
----- BATTERIES CHARGEDTHE I II- I II HERE AS HEREAFTER i ,'"., ,...., tttIw ..........

Pine Panels MODERN WAY I Restaurant I PATRICIA -SATIRA' SCHMIDT (lilt. Toledo dancer receatlr M f.. OHi.tMM: I
Knotty I SERVICE STATION I pardoned from prison in Cuba arrives in Chicago: .ni kisses fist
In 30 45 Minutes and
Drive In. to 61S DUVAL STREET Francis at Division Phone 3134 benefactor Mrv JeaneUe "Aunt J naV Areasteia. AiuH f. If MfNl .*.. t ,.1. INr .
Your Car Can Be On Its Wayl! t
.nn'?K I.IMUEHR1) I ,V ir Opera For Business tour HIRE OIL Haler Jenny" came to the financial assistance of Satua. who wa LRS 1SStH I .'HI.'sc ....
Lou Smith .\iilo Service Grease Spray or ,
TCLCFHONC 111 I Phone No. 5 White at Fleming Fine Food Popular Prices I LET US Change Your OJ CLOSED MONDAYS I serving a IS-year sentence in Cuba for killing her lever J*<.M .
Lester Mee. Chicago altorncy. oa hU yacht la HanM barker




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.......... o.Ib...... ......7..7Ie 'I Key West In TODAY'S The VeteransCorner ... .
Po ....... ___ ... ......... ". Amendment 1, of the 12 to be votedon By The Associated Press J. ,. .., I f .. taiha .
.....'u .... AMTBsA*. __!_ ....... .
r... T" caU... usfldt.g in the election November 2, apparentlyhad BIRTHDAY : tr'i"a
CIM'... ...... Sam A_ Str.. F- Days Gone By i bad os

011. PaaAW 1I-o..t: .W W..t aa4 easy sailing. until Fuller Warren Daytime Summary -,_ I I mad can a ..... ...

Democratic nominee for are Selected broadcast programs at the same as listed time Man. AS TAKEN FROM FILES Br (UP) Newsfeaiures I I.-. : .: .._....._.... 3. WKaVt ........ .. .inObe

-.;... at .... WN4. Pl.d4*. s. ..s.d clau .attAr governor, came i day through Friday. Time is eastern II OF THE CITIZEN OF ........4JAMES................. .....;, eldest Lksaa-d I c. l. ttt e wi-I'
___ : standard.. Fer central standard subtract QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS I II ..... ,
out against its adoption. mountain. stand OCTOBER. 1339 l 4. Mil*** .l. .w ir"nwotyI
tjaaaaa *>r TUB AMOCIATKO ": strongly j one hour; for TRUSLOW ADAMS., GI HOME LOANS I II I
'lft. *se Mt.4 Free !. es.-..e4.e&. .titled t. ard two hour. JIIlllIWUUCiJWlWIlUlWDVIUWlI1llWlUlUlIlIlWWIRepresentatives 'I --e,
--*. .. ......*...... .* eU .... ."palc... eredlted The amendment should it be approved -j ',born Oct. 18. 1878. in Brooklyn, I GI Loan often I I WIiIWIII two ... lie-
N .. .......... ........ .. IlLs p."r. &Dd of the State member of an old Virginia family i : brine from vc4- I s. .
1M -...& ..WS .. US4 ...... would place the seventh cent of OCT. 18 THROUGH OCT.:.22 Plant Board resumed that owned''I cram inquiries board .>n tho,ertft.' ...., .
today mak .
.t Iii' -4 lIiIYit4
I Wlwt 'l
---- .t cairno* .ATb the seven-cent gasoline taxes into a fund Morning ing'an inspection of trees in Key the next-door belief that the V. (trans Administration ..... '
.. ... __ -.. $1. .. 9:CO-Honeymoon In N. T.-nbJ West yards. The said plantation to lend raubvy fflr (IIhomes. he 0lo ..
'\8 k.b, _- .. for the payment of county bonds and for J;r!aUa,; .t Club-ab<; inspectors Replies ta: tlt w> and I II flii .S .. ea'.
their object was to determine if Washington's.1Awms |i
'''*. .....*. 1.11 :1S-Barnyar4 l'ofliescbs1:30The j ;... ..'
_. !." the of roads. other questions ate ol/lMnt-d .
&I. repairing more CI..Ia84alrsabtBob the black fruit fly has returned, studied:,I lId do uai -- It...
.I'.DYE.ntlg a. lw
_... from Ailmiaistni- .
fool Sbow-wbe enginteringat <. the Veteran I
Mr. Warren asserted that should the to this. ara. : .
10:00-Fred Varine Show-Bb tion and pul>l in this tliq .... .?
*ATM Brooklyn Poly-I
..... Iit_. ApIs.toSPCLI. amendment be adopted more than $6 :ily Music story For Drama You--cbs abe Dan Ha'rrison., county sanitaryoffice ; technic."then I,column by The Key WeS'! 04.41 J J t. we.-. rr- II kili...
*erica: million that is now used for the public 10.30-Hour of Serials: .-mba .and Dr. 1,B. Parromore to- went: to Yale'. as a service to our veteran in t*.. ...
All ,4. ... te...*., cr4 .f thAkks rol.tu>.s The odfrey. Hour-cb Q: Does a veteran who ..*.I I... In MML .. 3w.a04 ._
'f r....... ...swv a...e.., .o.... el*, will b. schools and other essential state functions Say It W tth. Jiusio. -_ink* day urged resktenu to get rid of turning! ta phi| become clgtblc fur a loan 'wlanty .. .hat ... .UiM .....- 4
*.r... s4 1M ..,. St 1. ...te ..... would large fund 11.-Kay Kyser Show _" tin.cans or other receptacles that losophy. Later I II .....,
Jive* ,.. elerteU.e.t fcy ck rcke.. from whleh go into an already used 11:45-Serials J>; brs.-cU may retain water in yards as thefra1 I through separation lrm
< t._ !. .. M ..1''...4 arc 1 a like.k for the construction ttf was a Wall :service, lose hw eli*tlnfiiy hy return -
and of Afte.- i
improvement in th!* light that being
max is,
Ct.s U .. _"A rr. s>s>4 l...H.e dUet I .
.....,. of pbd$4 !..... e.s>4 ib3ects .( locsj .rs roads. He then asserted that instead of 12.OO-W.Icoins Trs. 'ele*,-*fc made to eradicate mosqui tones JsssTsMi_ e Street broker to active duty in the arwM i ,' The AnswersSTHOMO I
........ >s.f'.... ,M n wiiiHEMUR ... ......... &i.41.yI000eSt Kate Smith. Ual-Ho1Jl'-1D- in Key West. and banker for 13 years before forces?

O.b&k10oS. calling it the Good Roads Amendment, it 12.3O Words and Masie-mba turning to history his life {'a- > A: If he has become eligible"
Bill Slater Lunch "
at > I. ,.... TIN-f. t ItJ:
should be designated as "Bigger booty for 1:00-Musks Half Hour-." The Key West Planning Board reer. once he remains ritgttfUr, pre-' Johan.esil IIt1 ,...
1:1 CaD mks. vidcd he can meet t .her requirements -K
lUppy announced today that it has completed -
bond-holders or "Quicker Cash for Road 1.. s.. re voi
2.00-Double ." of the ijenittiiMu'. *
or Notklac- maps of Key West that are If you oren'i'sure fried chickenis .
Breakfast la H Uywoo4-at* I F.t-
Contrac ('rs, or "Sure way to insure more comprehenhive detail. done cut through the thick Readjustment" Act and refutations vine .
1948 Queen for a Day-IBS* / in every I. AtSJ. .. ....
@ taxes." 2JO-Serials fort nrs._" leg muscle to the bone; if the in regard to the guaranty I.wns. 0.
Bride and t:room-abc J. J. m of the meat easily and there isn'tany Q: Is a veteran entitl ld to a 3. I '
He elaborated on the last statement Tb. Hope Chest-nabs Romero charge: I .cuts t 4. ..... ITT tm'nn ... ...
while he to
loan receiving -
S:00-Ladies Be Seated-aV Key West Tropical Aquarium re- trace of red at the bone the guaranty .. Mik ul ItA..a. a. .......

He pointed out that if the $6 million Is Red Season Show-mba ported today that there )has beenan chicken's well cooked. } compensation or while. 8'f' "",. *'. It Ste N..
3:30-Tbe House Party Ctl! he to school under the
diverted from its present use, that amount Ben Alexander Sb.w-Kks increase recently\ .in the number going end. I. .. ..... Awa

4:00-Hint Hunt Quiz-tbeSecond. of tourists :calling at the LEGALS G-I Bill? ..
must be raked' in some other way, and the j A Yes. 1. .
:NPAOYDaXTS FOR KEY WEST: Honeymoon-aba aquarium.: Yesterday 43 out-of- : a. .... ........ ... ... -
only opened is the imposition of 4:30-\v inner Take AU-cb! town visited the Q: I signed a statctment ttf.s'e .
way more aquari
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I: Treasury Band-cbs persons IV TUB COfRT OF Tim: rOI'NTYJPIXJK : discharge that I had a dts. 11)4. .-I .M hing. .. .......
taxes. Kiddies Hour (...t repeats I fcr. nxnClCnUXTY.. before I enlwtni in Warmed *5 ......
later)-abc and nibs urn.The f.'Rln.IS I'ROBVTK. I ability .
Advocates of the amendment while IN: RK: IJftTATB; OF lorf'eSWill this statement -. ,. A-.a -- -
1. More Hotels and Apartments. Artman Press today deliv: Ifl. TT..tS. aim known aKRASTKS G IUMIII ....

& Bteh and Bathing Pavilion. not taking issue directly with Fuller Warren erect 10,000, booklets to the Key also ROWEV an K. KO.MKV TTNRS.n I bar me? frwn reeiri a. ... ----

L Airport* Land and Sea. stated that at present more than 100-* NETWORK PROGRAMS West Chamber of Commerce. The TYKES.: drceased.SOTIIU i,I compensation A: Under the law any Metement ,..,.. tildS.
Canaalldittoa of County and .booklets give descriptive and il- TO C KKIMTOH I Pt.. c..e. ,. *,a inmI
Co 000 school children in Florida ride on Time is eastern standard rorcen. TO AM* CREDITOR.AM PERSONS : of this nature whtch yu
tral standard. suktract one hni.r. toyJnountan ijustrative information about Key .... .. tIe. 4i Is
City Gavenunenta.I. HAVING CUA1AIS OR I>KJLMM. U --
school buses and that 40 of the standard subtract twshsurs. '"West. They will be sent to various ."AOOVST ( may have made at dt8dta-r.-
Community, ) Auditottam per cent Some local stations. changehour You .and each Sin H-STXTK: considered null and vwWL f-... I. ... ......sit .
parts of the Gf you are berehy
of relay to fit local schedules.Last country
roads which the bue' > ..
is .lI.
over pass dirt minute program changes Cannot notified and required to present I Q: Under what ctmMn ta cea

roads. With more money* in the road fund, be included. KtY; West Charter Boat Association .any...- liner rlalnm..-f and>on.demands mar bay.which. against you. I I;n parents considered daycndents ."'

they added those roads will be paved MONDAY.OCtOIIIU will hold a meeting 'Thurs'.\. the known estate as EraMun nf R. R Rom Tynen. y T. >'also nei, ". considered dependents -, W y yyyy..YYTt"AJtM _AM ..,.,.

MONOGRPIITA day evening at the Gulf Dock to also known a..> KRomey T.p. oe- i i AParents are
eventually.! 11'.1., make preparations for the corning reared fate nf said County to the if they do not have an TfUUMrilCOFFEE

Another story published in The f:00-Xews Br&adea"t-llbo County Judge of Monroe ("...untT.i I t income sufficient to prt vw eI .
Radio Audience: I season. I Florida. at bi,. office in the courtI !
Newscast Every: Day- baX..t.ork
Citizen stated that Silent I i house of raid Count at Keyexl. not all school authori- Hourebc.UtXiddies
During the recent ftorma when the Hour (repeat)-abc-west City automobile tags I FKtrida within right! calendar.I themselves and member ol their. MILL

JMtnr failed, the few lucky radio owner ties are opposingthe amendment and Kiddies Network Hour Silent(repeat tl hr.))--nibs-west inns-east i placed on sale yesterday by were Tax months publIcation from of the this time notice.of tSrfirst Each | family under legal ate and e.

thON' who had batteries for that some of them are working openly for .1*-!Fportu: Music Time-nbe Collector Sam B. Finder, and up rlaln. or demand nhall the l>e In writing members of the family depend AU Groceri
were : and nball state place nfresilience mental
In cbo of or pfcr
My Opinion- ent
its adoption.The to noon today: : he said 180 had and post office address by reason
their& :4-Xe..ast by Three nbe II of sical incapacity. A&&aAa.t AAAaa&aaa..,
power. been sold. the claimant and shall be scorn i i .
Lowell! Thomas (repeat 11) Citizen has fairly published both to by the claimant his at .t. or hH -- -
TilE ORACLE. 7:00-Supper'; Club-nbe-basic attorney, and any stick claim' or demand -
may reach their conclusions understand- The iieulab Skit-cbs Today The Citizen says in an not no filed shall bp void I (Veterans wishing further information
and Commentary-aba editorial button Lewis. Jr.-nobs paragraph:
ingly. A Administrator
with Will Annexed -
7.15-News and Comment-nbJack I "It appears that those Sudetensnever of the estate nf PI R. I fits may have their
CHINA DECISIVE AREA Daily!Smith'ommentaryabctJu.n.r !Show-cbs suspected how downtrodden Tjnes. al ls.i known a.. Hraotn: I( answered by writing the nearest
Romoy T'.R. also known K.Hnmev
Definition: Selfcontrolsomethingwe Date-nibs they were until Hitler pointed it T>nes.. deceased VA )
j 7:20::! -Van Damme Quintet-nbo out to them." af'ptU.l1.I8.: 1S48 ,I I
the tell our children they should have. lOb I'ru'by Club-cbs II .
RetoffnUin* that the future of J.olle Ranger Drama-abc When you paCk a luneh bets I '. yBENEFIT-

Henry J. Taylor-mbs NOTICE TO CREDITOR send along soup. ottM enMt. ). in
CommunLsm. -
tt rld Hw between repre4ttett 7:45-News Comment-nbeNews LEGALS (1953 Probate Act. ScesIll.. 11) the vacuum bottle. Hearty..** : BY THIS
Soviet Union. and modern The great d nouncers of the wrongs Broadcast-cbs l\ THE COIRT OK THK CO!'NTT'
by the Sports Comment-mbs ,lJtueE. :MONROB CoE5TY.VI.OHiD.5. pea soup tastes good with a aand- GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION
freedom, represented by the United done by others are usually somewhat proficient S:00-Cavalcade of America-nb ,"TlfK: \DF.H FICTITIOI ; 1% pnOB'TF Much, and so does fish 'howd er
Inner Sanctum MjBtercbs: \'SilK' !XTATtTB; dineEstate ofi.KO.V.RI I
Mate a Hou lIu ommittee surveys the in proclaiming their own virtues. ordon AloRae Show-a be: XOT1CR IS HEREBY GIVEN that ; > I* LOWE. or a cream soup.
The Falcon Adventure mtis undersigned desiring to engage :I Deceased
.rId and reports that slightly more than ':30-Howard Barlow Concert-obeodfrey in business under the fIctitiousname Tm All Credi *r. and Persons Hav u you tteMI 'tSWN PAtS *
i Talent fecouto-cbsOregory of -RKI. KRICK KTOR\,;K.aI lag datum .r i>ema.d.. AaralaetSaid .... ,.o a.-pbs, Ie.--9.
-fourlh of Its population now live under -! Modern life mOves, with a snap and a Hood Drama-mbs I :0I l .Simonton Street. Bear tVmt.; KatatelVoa heel ..... Yie aM .. teen ..
j <5 Florida intend to rrgl I, > said I fictitirttiH and each nf hereby
: er you are
-Karl Godwin Talk ,
; de or the other of the great system hustle that come so fast that' few of us 8:5i-Billy Rose Talk-mbsS be name. with the clerk. cif the t/miffed/ and required to present any ebsi Is .s... .s .... 5a. hiS.S. .
have to think Circuit Oiurt c.f Monroe County c.1al..and: demands which you. or o, tell he .... .. C
Th llou** group headed by Repre- time c."peciallyVhen we :00 The-Voorhees Radio Tbeak'r-tbe Concert., GUf'St-nbe Florida.Dated.. either of you. mar have against the WOtLO. ..w.e. n.ensa.S I as'p. .

I Veuatbv.-I'Yair4" < R. noltonrvf Ohio. says have reached three score and ten. the Mnie i and Mr Blame-a be ... (Octobers'A hOLKnFF: 194S estate:o>late- Lt of)NARI naiif>County I* M>,\\to K.
Biblical allotment of life. Gabriel Heatter. \omment-tnba M\N I' County JuCre. nf :Monroe County. ... enss .. .... IS .*e. ** He*
tr>M the on. and a half billion people. :15-\>ws Broadcast-mbs.3O InnM.X.Ownf'r". Florida at bis office in the courthouse 1 job lob. '"' .... 999t IwNpee.e ,.
: -Dr. I. Q. Quiz Show-DftOet Ort.ll-U-h..yI.JI.. of said : rs
Counts at Key VVext. 's-I >. **. ..
f ; e* 4 4de of the two "y 'tems. represent a <: Rich Quuk Quiz-abc Florida within eight calendar .
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To Be Announced-nibs .4K as-eaui .. .
NATIONAL BIBLE WEEK months from the time of the first
I : .le44\e> rroup which may become Dem- 9:55-News for S Minutes-mts % TiiK-rmrtrr roust .OF THB: publication nf this notice Each ..... ... ... ..-.. .........,
0:00-Contented FLKvKNTH JIUICIiL 'IIU'.TOF { claim or demand shall be In writ- : let TNIAtC CI4UNMONITOI .....
.. ....itf or Communistic.= Consequently My Friend Irma-cbs .*Tin NU' FOR!!TTIOK MOMIOB FLOHIII1.IN TOL\T1.. | intr. and shall state the place' ofresidence PRINTING : d.4.

committee concludes that China is the Today the enemies of America'ssacred News Cnmmentaryabs: J and po,,i office address .
the ri&h and Hunt Club-mb. I\; CHrt.Ht.. I of the. and shall be sworn .., $54 toashit ..Jle ....

"de Wve and that the United traditions are bending every effortto 0:IS-News Droadca.t-abo c-sn. 'eo 11552.Lfltlsr. : | to by the claimant his aarent or I .. .......- ....... sMr1.1L .
+ area. 0:30-Henry Wallace Talk nbe RICHTKn, I his attorne). and any such claim ....'..'(.r ..... .... tieiI
.,. S* le* i>ho ild continue to extend assNt14 replace Freedom and Liberty and Bob flask -IIII&-c.'ba vs. Plaintiff.*lVnRCIi; j I, ur demand nut so filed\ shall lie void.IHNVS.H : I ..,.. ... .......

Justice under God with national socialism Kay Stair Time- -abc Lr.noW.. RICHTER. JU.. :: LOW:. I ........'
.we China despite its commitmentsrbewhere Dance Band As nxtriitrlT of the I.a"t11I
&how .
mbs .
DefendantOHDKR 1HTIM T....'.. ..4., ..
I ofLC'N.Rhi i
.. in the world. and policing government. It is for Liberty- 11:00-Xe.0:4S-Music. Appointment-nbe TO: I.KRUl OF W. R1CMTF.R p'OLlr'T'O"JR.. U I.O\VE. i ,, of every type don ..a.s .. ,I.. ........ j
Variety. 2 hr.-cl
The Committee gin some history in loving Americans to show the world in un- News and Dance Band-abc: NKWTOV. PF. XSTLYAXiA.It I deceased.oit.411ltI.ll14.: : by Experienced Print. ....., Moissi. v.... ihs $.s4'
ew.. Dance Band Z hrs.-rats I is hereby ordered that von are j era. AU work don to Lad ..e IMs. ......
.w..Htion with th. relations between mistakable terms that faith and trust in the 1-15-News & Variety to 1-nbe required to appear on the Mh day ..... I0. SpSO4d ...
12:00-Dancing Continued .... of X .. Ratfaia and China. The Soviet entered into "Book of Books, which will never be banned .utI above entitled court to the Bill) of IN ,%NI' ) I.olt10"1101: <'UINTl.KIOIIHIt. lt.t_ _.l
: faction. LOW PRICES ":
Complaint filed .
grains you. in theal IN PMOItflt: C
0' tbe picture when it declared war under our Constitution, will continueto .o\e entitled cause and the Key In re l:"tate ..f I en. Is. .
be Guide. National Your Horoscope \\-.."t Citizen i Is, hereby designatedas c.\RIU 1-: u OLMSTKD.Deceased. -too.THE m .L..r .-r.... ....
.r4.fIt Japan In 1945. The Chinese NaH our Bible Week is a the newspaper in Which this. I I as es

manisfestation I order shaH he pUloh"bf'd once a NoTin: 01' "U.I-: or HKI. I : :1... ....
of such resolution.To :
a "" :: -
>IIMI.| overnment, hampered by poor MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1948: week\\' for four the consecutive weeks.itness .. Pit Ol'lftTY: t : ___- H __ -. .:

; .. tifMrtati facilities and Communist emphasize the importance of -Today's native will be. jraihei Ix>pez. Jr.. as one lI"nor..blequilln.of the Judges of that NOTICE pursuant IS to IIKKKRV an: itrderf OIVEN the I I

.Interference, was unable to disarm the religion in maintaining a free government too amenable to flattery and tx Court this Court in the and Cltv the of Seal Key of West.Florida this. I.i.iinlJudge. made and of Monroe entered t'outyfl.iida. on the. II ARTMAN PRESS II I --...... --

the Laymen's National Committee this 2nd day of October. A. Jth' .tjy of ptemher .*. I>, l14. t
J....*.,. troop and the result: was that a nonsectarian prone to self-conceit. There is 1U4>4, ----- -- --
as amended l Orilrr of said JudKi
I > ; PhoNE: :r.i! ; .......
a ;
of Seal P.055; C S\\YnR.
non-profit organization, spon- promise personal charm or ) mad. and entered on the .Mth Ai\
JI taken Chi-
arms were over by
PAIM'H Clerk
attractiveness that will draw Circuit Court. of September ,*. I>. 1)41.! ih. undersigned Citizen Building .. .... -
sors National Bible "'eek-this Monroe Count) Florida. Kx_ ....
$4it. Communist. They are called one of year friends 'utnr of the LastVII1 l- 4d
and some indication of Bv (I'd. Kathleen Nottage, hess
and Testament of Carrie I. (>lm teddeceaxed. .
th. itronge Communist parties in the October 18-24. It uses every possible fortune's favors.: Take care not t John f!, Sawyer Deputy Clerk. I County. .Florida late of will Kev offer\\'p"t.for:Monroe! sale ::.E:: -::' _6 : aa ni -5

evenue to stimulate people in all walks of to lose them by giving way to fiotiiitor; for Plaintiff I _
w..rtd. with about two million members, and fell at public sale to the hiRh -
life to be Bible words or actions. est and best bidder therefor and in $ TT
: svn effrcthe army anti control of an area irrespective. of no event Dir a nm less than rive -
OTICK: OF INTF.NTION TO MKK.PPIIIjTIO : Thousand Dollarm at the front door
I ; tfart .baa a population equal to the United class creed or color. TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES ,\ \ EON H\, l.lll of the :Monroe County Court House Overseas
<('H\KC.Krrobate at KeyV eM. Florida at 12:! o'<,I'k Transportation
...... < 103" 1':33): noon on Wedneid.lOctober !tI.
Most people are ready to take lCoritT 0 .' T H.: (Ol %TJ 148. the following described prop- I I
The survival of China as! a Democratic a (Know America) I II C. I: VON HOB IOINTI.TTB -. ertv belonging; to the estate of
chance if it costs them OF FLOHIHt. IN PHO- said Carrie L. limited deceased
nothing. Inc.
IIiM.... k vital to the safety of all Demo- I 1787-Robert L. Stevens. ruVal II to-nit: Company

the engineer leading architect of re the K..ta'e of All that certain piece or parcel ,
t ..'.. nattanx. in opinion of Cornp. I.KO\ARI H. .rKRno; : of land situate ling and being

_. .. which points out that the internal When a young man and young woman ships his day. co-worker with his I>eeease<1 t. in the City of Key \\..... Coun- Fast, Drfwmlahlc IVrlght' anti Kipn. Sr-ike
famous father born Hoboken, To All "hnm It :Ma> ConcernNotice : tr of :Monroe and State of Florida -
......*.. nf China is easily overturned by sit closely together and talk in whispers, N. J. Died there April 20, 1856. l I" hereby given i that known a" I,"t Four (fl. -....... -
Roam I. e 5uerro filed l her final Block Eighteen HS. Tra-1
...... Htbotantial Intervention." The Chi- they are not discussing the Russian crisis. 1817-Alexander Mitchell, the report an. administratrix <>f the Seventeen (17) according to the
estate nf Leonard 11. Hu..rro. d<>- lint of The Key West ln\*>,.lment and KEY WRST
j -.. National Government it Is believed noted Milwaukee banktr rail raKed I; that thrhas flied her petition Company subdivision of

t The annual convention road builder and congressman, for final divrhargr, and that part of Tract Seventeen . Also Serving ALL POINTS
of the rLMHM
Florida Off
-.d. .Milary awUtance= in the form of I born m Scotland. Died the will" apply 10 the Honorable duly recorded in Plat IfaKtU One.
Publcity and Public Relations Associationwill April 19. Ravm.nd K ....rd. CoUnty Judge .f II) on page IS. <>f Monroe Counts MUml a4 t.., West
aWl,. and "other aimple and rudimentaryConsequently 1837. 15th d\ .>f November. 1)45. for Florida n.rd". and wbi.h1.ot I
.. be held in Monroe '''oun>. Florida. on the Is bounded an.1 dest.rilxde
...........*.t. to achieve Tampa October 24-25 it 1824-Allen B. Wilson journey- ,approval' uf same aud for final di"- follows.iz. CommencinKat i I

I Mi.Imy. the Chinese Government must was announced this week by secretary man cabinet: maker, among the *lurge. all administratrix. of the estate I a point on South Street. Ji-- Express Schedule
.fnard II. :uerr" de -
> : feet from the
tant ilt
Frank A. French. first inventors of the sewing machine bated on Ibis 5th ia> of corner Fifty of South and IllizabethStreet 1 (N. Stop ta "-*..|
: .Hmt "an immediate shot in the arm. born in Coutland Co. N. !!Ifi<. a5ed.1 ... and running theme LEAVES KEY WEST BAH.Y tU

Whtie it Is poMible that the Committee I I Y. Died April l 29 1885. ROI LKB of nrCRRO..Administratrix the .. along South Street in a Northeasterly CEPT SUNDAYS) at '." FX. A*.

TALK .-..... direction i Fiftv I (:i"( I rises' at Miami at IfcM eft! Ma*.
: I* Hrerly-lmpreaned with the probable BUT NOT ACTIONThe 1839-Thomas B. Reed.. famed Leonard I H. CJuerro.: feet, thence at right anple. In **
()t.n.I8.ino".I.Uf: > itI9hL
direction one
lawyer, a NorthneFterlv
: ..sNc4| of China in the struggle be- congressman- l'j Hundred and I' Twenty, <12") LEAVES MIAMI
Speaker notable DAILY
Soviet Union contributor to OTirB OF INTBNTION' TO 'II %Ki: i feet; thence at right", angles"' in HBMMfT
r ; .w,.a the Communist and non-Communist now proposes that the science of government bornin ,PPIIC.TION FOR EISAI.mitcHI a Southwesterly direction Fiftv SUNDAYS) at IfcM .'*& Ml*.

atomic controls and lICE I liO) feet; thence at right an.pies night aad arrive at We. ..
..,Id. there Ls much to be gained by mak- atom bomb prohibitions ) Portland, Me. Died Dec. 1'1 (Probate Law ":3) in a Southeasterly direction I:" o'clock A.M. key

that the come into being at the same time. 1002. IN COIHT OF THE 40INT1J1IX.B. One Hundred and Twenty
toff Chinese
awry Government VONHOK *'01NT1. 09) feet to the point of beginning -
This is advance 1840-August H Edgren, the I South *-treet_ lineal Schedul.i
remain It.tAld the no because the hitch .T.'TaOF I'I.lI4Il)4. IN PIIO- on .
Communist orbit. Swedish soldier who fought in H'Tt:. That said sale will be on terms (CStops At AU r.........
heretofore has been the refusal of Russiato 1 the Union Army, the Universityof In re the Estate of I and credit will be allowed for not LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY L
I 4-PPt.ETON t-fN"nR::. more than sixty per cent <.f the
e tfl. union there U strength and in accept international inspection; which Nebraska's famous linguist- ecea-erl. purchase price nor for longer than I CEPT: SUNDAYS) al 141
is the world's scholar interpreter of America To .\Whom It May c'"II"f'rn: five years such deferred purchase A. M. and anlve* at MUa at 4 ...n1. there U profit-for some only protection against the to Sweden born in Sweden. Died Notice is hereby given that price: to en':: evidenced !by the promissory i o'clock P. M
- Edna :Mae Crlder. filed her final of the purchaser bearing
secret development of atomic bombs in Dec S, 1003. I report as executrix of the estateof interest at the rate of six percent LEAVES MIAMI DAILY ''UCMPI

. 1 It 1 U a good idea to make some countries. ;-H-Harvey W. Wiley, famed: ( that Appleton the' has filed-t-annders her petition deceased for semlannuallpa. per ajtnum.>a interest le to the pa>personal ab1e'- I SUNDAYS) at t:.. o'etock A. M. *<

up your The United U. S Department of AgncuKure'b final: discharge and that she will. representative and necured by arrives ai Kef WM at fcM Vess.
......I t. !Hv. agreeably with human beings States is not expected to chief chemist. I apply to the Honorable RaymondR. mortgage upon the said real property P.M.
fall for the Russian 1883-1912 courag- Lord. County Judge of Monroe sold Said; sale will be >..ubject -
I fIl wham you cannot approve.There maneuver. Our country i tollS pure food reformer. born al ,Count, Florida on tbe ISlh day ofviriuhtr. to confirmation by said Couni

has insistently stood for adequate Kent Ind. Died June 30, 1930. > 1>4*. ft approval of Judge
con- eame> and for final discharge: as Dated at Key West. Florida. this I FREE PICK.UP urn! DELIVERY StiKVKE
I U not much use to worry about trols before the atomic bomb is outlawed. xecutru ..f the estate Appleton nth day of September.; A. I>. l&4vWillia.nt FULL CAliCO
Doves not Saundern deceasedIVated Wesleyatkln*
3 tbe peopU! who try to get something for Until this is effective there is as peaceful as on this 7th day of October: A*, Kxectttor nf the I..istlll and
, no reason they are supposed to be. They "4 >. Testament Cam I. oimted. MAIN OrnCK and WAREMOUSCi C**, s..e.. C F'reede'".
; Nothing and wind up with nothing for I wjiy the United States should give up the quarrel among themselves EDN'MAT CR'DER.. deceased.J PHONESi tX AMD M
, \ Executrix 5f Ibe estate of Lancelot Lester
Y!. :
. ; ether birds and creatures. .A.O-: Ost.ll.U-i.o".lUfII. sept. %iC; ) t.t-U.U.UfI -, -Y' _____ _---__ -

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I gtrrrttaernsat. ricer ,.,. ..... rsg'.!ar Ii'ad7erflrerw hlTarlalIy in aaraa.e. bat.
rTk 1 Will b. U ert. i ,.# rw T tee title of tu 4 ward fpr sack ">. 0590 cbxrard. id'ertse I
seretoal.1,nt tee minimum ibhrp '
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the ftrsl la- jpordi vr I*. 'U .c.t 4t111. ,
> "a rate- fW (abarf.e. t>M {. 3r a be Jn Tile. (f'atllt. ulfira cu teefere p tenet 11
I,.,4. salt t Be minimum. Oi&rf fo* .
1 .... a 'cJlP'k III tka ....rDj... ..t the day
tee 'tlt H w. .! is tic- ct pat6'.rcatlee.

All &4unialRt is seeept.d R1I4. the fuUfI.-I"1Ir C'u"4IU."asi In
erect Dt dvwrsIalag, traaftaaeat Qr eOl1lnlt. The ( te. will b.
I nuun'iIJI.'Ilh. r.rr th tjse, as.rU"1I hi i Ia.oifiri &...
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: SPECIAL FOR SALE 3-bedroom furnished Mac Arthur

1B35 Packard Stapdard 8. foar- home. Price $12.000. easy

door sedan. Di3OOO mil:>;. terms Johnson tie Johnson
Just a trip around the block Phone 32. yul-H
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-- -- -- -- y- ------ for a Packard. Used as a family j
Un WirephotaMORE car only. Never exposed )|, Gray marine engines find service.

to the weather except when in i j|I C. R. Smith, opposite Filestore

THAN LOW PEOPLE jam Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City Mcx. to hear a major use. Has original paint job. j I, Station, Marathcn. octl-ltn3

I t.M.*ifa &IM 4cli fcf C.,. Tlrraw.a J. D.wr. **e Republican presidential nominee. President looks' and run almost like I I! mjf

THUMB h. !. .. I.'. ... the ; r.ew.4 tires and tubes about +
M ac Mo. is pnJf a few miles away. Dewy rid crowd the { i;f FOR SALE USED CARS
TrM.. 4mtatetoati.a U "cwia0 apart at tb. lavuu.I ." ;! one year old. used very little.
2 spare wheels and tires. :
1947 Pontiac streamlined sedan.ette. .
-- -- Heater. Motorola radio elec-
--e ; .
t trio clock, fire extinguisher.window .1 F-2. Ft. Taylor Cidl
II numwjmwN.QC.S. 1505-J.
shades heavy towline i

If'I"I' lining and .neca' -y tools. 'New ex- ;; '
I haust pipe, muffler and: tall- ]! 1941 Bujck super c&rveruMe
at ffaa i piece. 2 new and 2 shiftily1, &Lute New top, new paint:

.\ifIE1a Sk1t\'ItEs len Duyal Strut I }. tf t used fan belts. New oil fUterJ j| motor Completely rebuilt, noL

1 .\1.1'\. 1)IiFl.1SF FORCES { good for 8003 miles Battery rust. Phone 637 or JU>.

I...... I sMS. WW...... PROGRAMANY'liitkmitpajuui' I and spsrkphsgs. about 5 months I cct6-3ix
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old. Oil changed lubricated!f
sad S. illwr4 Strata .
lluilUQP I and sprayed 10-11-48. Seldom;:!'UQ1)l-wood'bed. double'size without -

4 needs new parts. Fur best re- 'i> headboard.. $_5. .912 1'tn

a MOilDAYi |'(M) 'JiL-500 MONDAY I t suits order from a local deaths F I II | ihg. tip:>ti.n. octlS-Sts

***J* N k. 1M. D nca. PJlf. Writing I or direct from Packard Miami)

l 4. P AIr....... .r Cwr. Room Ping Pong i Co. It U necessary to '?ee wad 50c Fitch' skin pep after-shtve
< "" eneea Quit Pool Tables Show- I drive this car to appreciate: its lotion 29c. Pour Old Craig
$h.w .. ers. Sewing Ma- fine appearance pad perform r1019 White Street cctie-U

/hit P....-......... rawttnuad T.30 r.u.w chines. -4 I ance. Ceiling pric:, $1it: .OO. -
TUIaOA y, PJJl. Spanieh'Beginners < Apply to J. p. Bearup, rear 82? i FOR SALE-DOGS

T- P." $MLSfLa..rd s... Classes, Fleming Btrcet. octiS-Stx I. __ .
.. d e.1 Oi. p.taq' Senorita 3enJdes 10 weeks old biack Cocker Seen
Remand 1 | lei. liJ04 Eaton Street TlepliTEs
.J.1. FOB RENT--
.49ip>fJ TUESDAY; Inatnidor.1 1124-J. before neonr
Th. .. ,
l'O.O A. f.-Bowling, '
S It ftft-M.I | Furnished apartment, 2 rooms and after 7.30 P.J:1. oct16- x
Wives .
1 at t I .bath, Maid: and janitor services - .0 ater.1awl 8.00 Ease Bowling Alleys.I linens and utilities fur- STORAGE
.... put t. P.M.-Navy Wivt's. Swim- nished. Summer rate;. Coral
WEntaDA, ming. U. S. Naval I Hotel Apartments, opposite Post Ited' Brick Storage Co. Furniture

111'. "'II.-- FfIrJI Trip Bare PttcL Office. oct 7-25U or commercial. Phone 733.
ftfCA.tCOS.H 7:30 1'.lI.-H. S. Naval TIorp'taDParty fi : : .. octl-tf

jointly with Furnished4 ,

b11S ,.....- tleiraaeEl s,... American(2nd Red Cross i I ,Utilities ap Children ttmem. FOR SALE-:BOATS
..mIMPa eP. path. under"1' ytar accepted. Apply '
tdle :.00 P.L-U. S. Naval
I.tPM f Hospital. 915 WJuJjor'Lsne. fjctl-tf 52 hp. Etenrude 148 enmei .
M.x."Yr Alt Entertainer to the f .. : 112 ft. plywood skiff c-xctl-
Warts (3rd. Tues- lent condition. Both $:!C5.0a
..... hatl.dnl (If
:. dav Four apartments av ilat>l(:. 111; .
sold separately. 33 Rest Eta.-b
D .
a n Hng. j William Street "cet3-26lx
Phone 15
VllqsMs :lrela andM.H.AY 9-R. oct 13-3t
1:00 I'.M. 11:00
1/1 ..... ,rt... I P.M.Billiards, .
YtW"'QA T__ I Ping Pong. Writing : f ; Furmshed. apartment Apply FOR SALE-HOUSES
Room, Ma -t ; p i Street Phone ,,,.
---.a-. .. '-1 QLRai'a Sewing 1125 Margaret AND LOTS
1 chines. : J 84 ;-J. octia-St
Mhaa..e ptr.tettae \': ;". .. atz t
12:30 P.M.-H.Fpital Pat i e nte TAXI Marie MeDonaM '*f ,, Small house and lot. Appiv fll',

+ M I a.1rw. J.kfa Fri. Fishing Partjoint..,. the moies. wearuir a crisp suit, rOJmNT..BOOMS I GriM(U Street oc:18-2ix
ras.J hM Or.Aa.4a program C.C.S.- hails a taxi ia front of a 1gily- { .& ,
Y.M.C.A. and Red!I, wood restaurant well I GARDEN AND LAWN
? PRrc.l;i I : I,,Large ventilated 6Ie ping
.... Cross. rooms with Adjoining bath at1! SUPPLIES
1M Gto JKW PAL-Nuvy Wives' Phyeicnl bet\veen-season rales. Young's

ttp I I Fitness Clsss. ., DoYonKuowThatlMeerschaum Tourist Rest. 1721 FI.. ]cr. Parakeets: at S3.OOi.OI) and

iM P Nil VcrMr NMe I I I Z.flO PAI Ktvy Wives Club. 1172-J. cctl5-tf S5. O. Key West Garden and
8:30 PM.-Boxinp Cla!'s. is a clay like
Qr'... PlnoJ hive Lawn Supply Co.. S14 Flaming
....... i i 9:00 P.M.-JukrBox Dnce. i{ mineral used in. making the I FOR RENT APARTMENTS St. Tel. 1019. cctl5-a
ATUIIOAYi THURSDAY bowls of tobacco pipes and cigarette -
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.- I I 2-00 P.M.-Seaplane Base Pool. holders. AND ROOMS
IIIIii h Rif .... Tewr I -

Iiiaa..a .n i.. Kni t! Navy Wives. The Stutz Hotel. 410 FJeminj
1:00 P.M..5:00 P.1\!. Sewing Longshoremen were originally j
ha' In adraa Street, has an efficiency apt
.1' Mach'ne. Typexvr.lor. -i called "alon -shore-men" b$-
.+wa at .#e .ijh. 'I j and several sleeping rooms va CIGARETTEEAS
... P.M. e.iA r.l\'uift rrM I,I Writing Room 1 cause they worked. on the "-liar5 i caftt Low weekly or mcnthljrales.

........ '; !;ho 'pr.;. ; \ of seaports where they. octl-tf

.. "M- a-nftfW FRIDAY loaded and .unloaded vessels ,
liw etlnlaMr 2 00 P.M.-Softball for Navy'Wives LOW ASe.a1

I'M -. ..... thaw I at Bay view. :' IN MEMORIAM. : FOR RENT-COTTAGES

-..,.. I Pjrk.I F.: I, --
-- I In memri\ (.f Banj. Gard Furnished snail cotUee Adultsno
UNDAYi M P.XL-Prenatal Cla*=. Department I ,
of Health! ner. Sr.? who passed away. twp-. pets. Phone 222-M. 625
.iti4 A ill Jw
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Instructor. ty years ago Angela. oct6-2ix
AM.W* TII Ch-.n-b'' But in always
...... I I *00 A.M.-5-00 P.M. Sewing i with .memory you '. t..i ,..., '1ewl i. :
leas Pit.- l toter. I Machine. Typewritj"j me.oct7ltx FOR RENT-HOUSES .. ...wa...a..a .. ir.. 4a..r.
w..rwd M the an. j cr. Writing Room i MOTHER.. S4a..A.. Y'....,. TIM. !=
Showers. I TWQcdroom' furnished hou--
d 11410 |*M hip HnurFrrnrh-:I *00? P.M.-Dance. Orchestra HELP WArtTEDFEMALE'Two Adults only no pets. Apply every other Friday,I' \\aitrer"es. One must have 1000 Duvcj, upstairs

alai l..trk. 110- I alternating with the knowledge of Spanish. El oct3-6tx

.'en. at the piano I I White Hat C I ubi) Pasaje. _" United. cAME AtLaLATOt<

M W.CHJtw.. J Dance. oct 63 tx FOR RENT-HOTELROOMS csIsrEsItDpwa
I I ;u.
SATURDAY ] TEe Eaaa,tsr
OAM: NOOM-ChMVW Ckpckf j :00 P.lI.-Boxing Training. Want neat colored girl mornings, Overseas Hotel, low rates Cof- .s.ATIMAaEErwOODMEaaEaf Yo p i i

.. 1.00P.M.-600 P.M.-Dressing fee shop, bar. oct2-26t'
F* Canfe. Pn Pong i iI four or five days a wtc-k. cApi -; SAOETONTo
W. WritMf Dwlu. Rooms. Showers. Choice
e t Ut.rarr.'arW.u. .I ply upstairs. 624 Francis. St.
i ; ...-.. )' .psae..L \ Ta- SUNDAY 1I ] oet18,3t FOR P.ENT o Eoto

,,., 0.1Nf'OIaMTlOH..-.. ..... I 130:00 A.M.-Communion Breaks !I BUSINESS PLACES PAtt new uAu aaoatnnCATUNO $1. 2
lSt. White 1101t Club!
KTenM. I
s Clerk-typist Must be local'girl: $
llaarim4er CMf Oub*. Fi hinc U. S. Naval Base I Permanent position. Thompson j!II Large store for rent. ReF 3on- nWaONTRtE,6N.. PtAM

.....; Caara.raa. Checking Srrv1Mm 1 (2nd Sunday). j I!I' Enterprises. Inc.. 813 Caroline.:i able. Apply 923 White Street. aAlH6M, TP Carton
.. Hrvir Mailing andRtrriving I 1:09 PJLL-Picnic at Swimming''i octI46txMISCELLANEOUS RAMESEfrSOENT
-..... +tgbrkagw... Pool Wiener Roast t TtPSDUOt

Iwlsy., s...... Railway Ex- (sign up in advance). -.i Names' PAP. aSPUOt
Sell napkins
personalized TPfwni
e stamped in gold. 50 for $1.' CAPORAL
Information and housing services -i I frAlso Cnnctmasi!i Washers, irons vacuums and
NN'1'diK.F Samples
I E BOOTHS. : city maps.Religious I I I cards. Dunbar.; Sanford 6J i fans repaired OTJriant Phone

e L...>:1011 D.'VIS. literature tibr3r}'. I 1! Fla. octl8-ltx II I I 1164-M. octl-tfj .,. ', ,, ,

DirrrtorOFHAIJJ telephones, stamps. wrapping and ____ /.ti..fa.-Aw ___ Ult
P1NDEK.rratfnup mailing packages railway ex1 A_ ___ "
I HELP WANTED-MALE aP-.ura __ .. 12..
DrrrctoiUU.IAN press service, laundry piekui ?- --- &polo 004 ____ ..uawl. <'
WEAVKR.Secretary. | available to all defense forces! AND I Attention Are you interested m' _-____________.___ u'.00v t.7t.a a

and their families. I Manager for small fioteL C u- owning a business, large prof-t s.rr.r ________ 12'1
fOflEBN CRUZ I. MKS. E. S. COUGHLIN, ple. Apply P. O. Box 703. Can I 1 its,, investment required for -..... .r....,____ ------1._ I'NY.a. $1M.O.
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I I> k Aide I Executive Secretary ,, equipment to operate the i>usi- .,. ..... -___---.-_ I'T'
hold other position. oct3-tf i ..- .__ _______ 1' ,S
MISS HILDA CASTILLO. i ness. Write Hinson & Co- : aooz.-. .... ____ _-..1'06
j I Secretary Richmond. Ind. octlS-ltx rr __ IJ G
lnlt'reliniz Notes WANTEDAGENTSDianufacturertoconsumer _04 _
i ...... ____ -_ sill 1)10N.
,; I Handkerchiefs should be hung I I ,i'I HELP WANTED-MALE ".. .... .....-- ,;.'

?lw F.***. .Rdaa.l takes its ) over the line and pinned in the!I, pearl ........ _________ __UJI II"s
line wants crew managers .
agents i. ______ ___
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.... IVMH 144Trrm. ........,. George| middle instead of at the corners. distributors. Rothblat. 9 :, Draftsmen: Qualified as first = : .
} class iRethanlcal c-lectrca or C..i arr.
% A.Mrnrn engineerad I Palm Beach fabric is a combination ; Thayer St., New York 34. .-----1.7.
draftsmen. With at least .. _____ ,
octl8-ltx pipe fwd Pfr II"
h.. baaiida.hl.Ia cf mohair like wool
t "'_ .--. T. ___ .1'01
ion animal fiber-with cottop.j I! <1 two 3 Ears actual experience > w.e _______._IUl

h.. .at Mae _n Hor into j When cleaned special precau- WANTED-SALESMEN Age no objection. Write full
l f details of education, job history .
M dayr.t hers kfM.11'rl lions must be taken to prevent I '1 and salary expected: a POST-AU SALES COMPANY s
... | shrinking or felting experts Man or woman wanted-for I 930 f Street.L W. Waabtit.a 4.I.& .
P.O. Boy.
in of;i!i Welding Shipyards .
Rawleigh business City
.ay. i : B.|t C-141S
I 1598, Norfolk. Va. octlS-ltx1 I II I
Ur. ... fot-ftI on oneA I Key West. No experience need- : Pe M send eig r He tnde.fa4,for Is
Serve creamed chipped beef. I Ir I ed to start Full -or part time. I wXidi|enclose check or money order I
....... flriwrcd with a little grated I Sales easy to make and profits OVER 82 AN HOUR '. for I

r onion over squares of freshly large. Start immediately. Write! Sell name plates for houses. :, s HAM"il 1
MMr alt .I.iw krm that lays i tMked. hot corn bhead; garnish Rawleigh's Dept. FAJ-6 O-19C,:I Write National Engravers. 212;i iI ADdSISS.. II Ii'

b. ..*. Kw !.... dete4.p d by with chopped parsley or a spray i Memphis Tenn. I I Summer, Boston, Mss. ''I''

p.Wir7 Mu4eJa. ot watercress. octll-13-14-13-2Q-21x "" octlS-ltxj I iaa.Y.a..w... ... .

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Iia. !arJfil feeling her,gromiig iiaiu as Viclorv j I I I 3twsil.w. Ma. p.ei.ea
) t.hoher how- to :hoUa .natural- .:.'turl in her 1 I .. mar ........ ...? i
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By BETTY CLARKE.', .. 4 '| :
t AP Newsfedtures Beauty Editor j(i r 7r arfie Mattssaeirteai
IT HAD to happen some day-a beauty salons exclusively''': .I hill a11.a rrd
for children. Now mothers who are harried by restless young- f Ilan ltiat trw .....
sters can deposit them in their own sub-sub-sub glamor salon
a U.It ....... at
for a. hair treatment and picks '
them when they have tier ar a .i.
up I the eves) no less She tan play ....
I Ni.M call tltlw tt+ttedN>
slowed down to a walk. [with doll cut-out books, read the : .. .. tss s. stir
Your little girl will love a tripto ;comics and sew her dolly dresses
the beauty parlor, if they are ':while she sits under a grown-up I .hat. Nee.;.aNrar.q1/ r
all like the one Victor Vito of I dryer such as Mom uses I .d
N Y. dreamed up for his young | Victor's plans include circus de- I _
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tustomcrs. !sign wallpaper and other innovations -
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From the chandeliers hang to help encourage little mop- Ma .
I brad d atN r+d. and .Ilsdp
stuffed anmi3L> and other play- pets on the charm rtwd His | **
toys The little tot can fasten her ;beauty shop operators can even [ Iw An'ii. ..silo. tfiwsi .
eyes to these while her hair is !switch into a story telling mood i' tt t. .vese.
being shanpooed-with a soapless I at a moment's notice ; '11*. .ra...i. t \. .ti. ti'viii a J h ii a.1r tdessei
shampoo which does not sting The advantage of the salon for 1
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make Ill allowance in en. ft. for each size O '.

refrigerator ilL use' on our lines. You may I .

find tvhal your cost (refrigeration trill
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71S DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 :. -. .

3 :: 909 O.Denlap Simonton! Hanagemant Street Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :ill It i fc Elcclrical ;'EE REPAIR SELL I''ill!! ... ,. I POOR{ OLD CRAIGService II :
.I BENNY FERNANDEZ :.. S Plenty of Action Toys for the Children :_ :: We.Wiil\ Can For and Denver : ,: WHITE STARCLEANERS Station
i Electrical I : Q Expenaoea in EUctxical Work II IIL
RE OPEN SHOWING of Appliances : 1". KHADY. ........ P/M6 toy

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: Best of : f. HOME SUNDKY J i STORE I I ................. _...........................: : 122 SIMONTON STREET: : Tour PURE OIL and CAfiOUMC: Pr eb( :
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1207 DIVISION ., Dry Cleaningand e aaaBody

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a "-... : shortly at BENNY'S : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL I .- : Free Pick-Up and S :
MOTOR COURT : Delivery Scnrica
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;: Toilet Preparations and Articles :
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W* DUVAL STREET: : : : Electromaster Ranges : .. LOPEZ : : Get :set Tar Fall WMfc.. V%. M.. i

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PAgg, SIS _. __ THE KEY\VEST? CITIZEN .ZeQ J-JL-\ ltS't w.. t a.> ..

f i 1IIt1r1I1- 1IImOIlIlUWJIJiIDiIUIDIIJ I:Orgga i tiQ.t n Meet 'NCCS Hostesses t Tlie. Weather"-."'T; I

3'SOCIETY NEWS i i I For 'Cleaners And I i,: Elect Officers I II FORECASTKey I; i>." -

BT JESSIE GIBSON 1 i I ;Itndr).. Ass". 1 1I' j,\[I,elected The NCCS Betty Lou Junior Caring Hostesses president : weather West thru and Tuesday.Vicinity:Moderate Faire m I ILl

Tke CUiaea Offke-31 dinner meeting for the to fresh northeasterly winds.' Wade MillerI
PI llOHCS. RosUeacelMRi I I'I I'A of organizing a Laundry pur-and meeting, at their held! semi-cnnual on October election ;, Florida: Mostly cloudy and A NoI_ By
Association will be heldat i
1 fIr M M amii ? | ||.ots.IIIIIItI'IIII'fI1IIIIJ1IIIIII1IIIDWtU1l1IIIa: 7:30 Other officers elated were. \iee colder north portion and much dancer's hand at her side evil' every ttee4" Mil
Tavern at
Duffy's p.m President Betty Arrnarorre: colder over extreme north Chapter into claw. Her mouth twisted clear each si.... 11Mahrttgted. ....
; por a ..
Florence K.; : Wednesday October 20. I.
LYNN moved forward .... nelt
; I I F. Bartolon, roinciana Cleaners !!itary I Sylvia Sanchez arU ireasurI : tion. Partly cloudy with scattered SHASTA She spat at the l big dt etiv.t ....sin
I ver I Betty Kling. !- showers over south portionthis toward them:; walking with a "Keep your dirty mind to your* did yea 't.1IIftwe rise
the .
3lrita Joseph t tMi. McCadatns Saturday I is inaugurating aa4 invites, in prelimin-addition I'I| When the retiring pr esiientl iI | afternoon Cloud:/central sleek grace. Walter James again self!" Her hand was coming up = ":"
I ary steps; like tiger when a -
striking paw
Edith Knuck. haniei: over the this felt the about her. He a .. ,...
........ K I4...s.. d.auata. HrnJricks. Ensign: J. McCormick. I to the men listed below, any others gavel j I I to Miss Caring the :i portion afjtefnoCii and .southportion wrengnes small girl in a nondescript brown tanned tow.r4 ttrdra.rlrLMe .
new ; cloudyip'cential potion.tonight. squeezed Laura Gilbert's arm
I who we interested in such : and white polka-dot dress materialized
'JI-IIM.el tW fck awl Met Joaeph A. ant Ensign<< Jack Hulsey were :,association.. an | president expressed hr thanks ; .. Fall --Tuesday,.' except .- gently. "Does she seem odd to beside them. She put Wetter ,... .....

fYwa. o"l D.e.nreervr ushm. been !for the honor accorded her, the ]r for cloudy extreine"-' "-south'per- ;; The looked puzzled.. her pale face and enormous eyes A tfce Ctrl
..... .. ...... Jeerysll J. Met Invitations have exten-ted of the Sour girl kev ....
appreciation .
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A reception held thea.vdm I I to E. Trevor Columbia Laundry group for the ; tio. Colder south- portion TUr '- r .Dixie took by the arm, between the two. She.eve
cw-: .. .... at 430; was / U) ; :fine the Clapp -Can I eft eMtShe .*. let e
way out-going officers alone I ter
: day. Light frost ininterior oft i- "She "You leave her
L. White C. tugging at the sleeve.
Shields. Laundry *
"'" N ItIP Pint 4eytr.gatan.b'lls. of the home of the bride's ; had carried each mt l f ,
...... fiv*. .Jehu 14. PryUtht. parent, atE'r'hkh the ypung I I Baker. Baker's Cleaners" ; J.- Fernandez I I and her on intention their responsibilities to continue ,' extreme north portion? with*temperature 'E doesn't Lieutenant know what"she's talking voice Clapp was unmoved high-pitched by UM tableau elf- fl7., I.W. 0W MeW ejMrtlaM.e rL 4i efc. u Hp .

ticra .... ....... Fernandez Cleaners; P. 34 to 36. ? .J about pt yW
pretycewwl to the best cocked an inquiring eyebrow at .
working of her
.'" J n couple left on their honeymoon I I Albury. Morales Cleaners; Mr. I for'the ability Jacksonville thru the Florida E "Let me be the judge Clapp Felix. The plump det rttv I Jeaw rte .
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welfare of
...e.rr to the II ien .ny T .Jen- The former Miss Borg chose asher Perez Key" West Cleaners; M.. Co-nmitte Ch-jirmen NCCS. > Straits- : Moderate' northeast winds said from and his removed Dixie's hand shrugged his shoulders. "She'snot r. ..gK.!!'1- .

Mtir twig ..Ikeatre," and coia!-.way ensemble, :a dark: I I I Mesa, White Star Cleaners: Mr. ,I Edith appointedwere except fresh northerly over I,' arm. even one of the cast. Just another -
Bearup's Cleaners J. Ok- Knock religious activities -! north portion. Occasionally moderately ], Danny Host made an impatient of Shasta's frlendL'Clapp urtST-rStU Te: A
.NaW A_ sang "I tray.eretMttle 'rt'ftm dress and hat of( ; ; Stella! Delgcdo; -decoration I gesture with his arms and let out I' r .
.... i matching color enfuss. Bendix Laundry; G. Pease,. <;; Gloria Roberts, strong wind offshore in his breath explosively. "I'll comet i turned back to the small .bath r rise eMreMs free eMM
of tH. thureh was I Mrs, AlcCadairis graduated from Key West Self Service Laundry; Betty Armayor, picnics Additional1j ; i iI north portion "this afternoon j t t r clean Lieutenant." girL Her hair was nwu -'colored. steer Mere VMM e> stteft r A fAefleV' y

e>aaa..kid war t fce. fe..r baskets Key Went high school in 1942. and Bendix Home Laundry Division I j appointments will made Moderate to fresh north to north- ;.: "Come all the way this time" and unattractively, miM arranged."What's ?" a.-- .
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., eteeeaeMuNMMM: anal wlutefeeeie entered Jackson Memorial llospi.I street; Raymond Curry Paul'sTire next : east winds Tuesday. Comidr- suggested the big man. your "Thseh ,..., eW affJi e/
I tai Miami for nurses training Shop. I' Members meeting. able cloudiness in north and central j:/> "There isn't much to tell I was Madeline Greiss said Harms.fterYowl7.stM'" -Mr.aarf. ...... M .MeJ %' tgk *liouOle
: present\ the'
wens ..* eHren In 'and then took a post-graduate Misses and were I portions this afternoon and backstage like I said except that >Mte : wrarM

....)... ev Iwv INS. .... ..%.... a roune under the Public Health Daughter Born J Dementt Olga" Betty Nellie Lou Brost Susie .: couth portion tonight. Partly j,, I stepped cut into the alley to "Let her tell It' She t,+etiW ttN. N MM "* ..
Caring Shasta Lynn said. rm aU
d teYee efrimur aatM nJ i.Service. Navaho Medical Center; I I {Edith Knuck Betty Armayor cloudy with scattered 'showers in !:I have a cigarette. right. Madeline." She stroked UM tSL > Mftw.

a .....r MM* wnh two Fort Dr Franc Arizona. To LI. And JIrs.V. j Stella Delgado, Betty Kling. Nett, south portion this aft.emoun.j 1[ "How long were you there? smaller girl's arm ootfctaiijr. walk Jiii Tigifc rente .a-i ii :
au HOT east. we* hnUh Ensign McCadams* the son of j Valdez Hilda Pullara Gloria Rob- '! Fair Tuesday except for cloudi- The comedian frowned. don't "I'm sorry. Lieutenant But I .,..:. JIll
J ness in extreme south portion. know. I didn't look at my watch. cab eery -
Mrs Susie McCadams. Hunting. don't like to have pespt say rr
> V riA *WW* ..W*. mi JMI. don. Tenn, is a night fighter- pilot A. T. Lingle! I j i and t'ft!.Carmen Sylvia:: Sanchez.Sunti.! Carol Baza: i iI ii ,, Maybe ten. fifteen minutes." things like that. Madeline's a Aerw M.ras ......

wait WM eaefcl et ....... Cen4 Jar with K-A.W.T.U. Lant, Naval I REPORTKey I i Clapp said gently "That's along friend of mine. She gets upaet twrenwe .... ..... sees
al M. .. Lt. and Mrs. .Van i cigarette." Host shrugged easily." a Les .... .nl ad
>t. fhee, *rtr f thJaythees Air Station Key West. lie is a Armstrong I
West Fla. Oct. 18 1948
i j ,
....... ..rl ........* ......... W\'ft' graduate "f Huntingdon High T. Lingle. 1330 Duncan street became Apply To Wed \ (Observation taken at City Office, I[I and looked away.., said U Clapp.rm wrong."But rm I apokgtat Investigating WW.Nee tleert.
tsWavhrtlintllttalva 1 I I Dixie said suddenly
rhuol. .r: the- parents:: of an eight 8:30: .EST) murder. I haven the t. !r "You ask Miss High and a twee,I
Jest ...., An application } might
was Out of town guests were- Miss a marriage I to feeUiuu.. .

: t1d.a d ..waM. Reis ruw Virginia Know lea, Mrs. Knowle, the pound birth six-ounce of Diane daughter, at the U.with S. license was filed Saturday in the Highest yesterday Temperatures: ._._ .'.- _' 83: i Mighty chummy just with why Ferdy.she's" been so Clapp go easy raised on people his voie*. "You I de.. .
... i Mitt Margaret Ireland all of Mi- office cf County Judge Raymond i, might u'well all hear this. Sold the ......-'lI
Lowest last night .__ 76 I turned her head
Rust...sI. ikeM.strr.w."Mr Mel V-.. -vi Miss Carmen Gonzalez Naval 15. Hospital, Friday, October I R. Lord by Lester Walkinds, 22, II t Mean .l ._- :...: :-__ 80 F slowly Shasta and Lynn looked at the chubby was killed" while the show wa, 0- .
-- -- --'il
Les w RnMp JW.wt' of Cuba. j of the U. S. Navy and Helen going on. He indicated the url
_, .-: .....1 Lt, Lingle U. S. Naval Reserve I! Clifton 23, of the Overseas Hotel." Normal m __ '..- 79 dancer. Dixie involuntarily-- -moved by Walter 'James's de.J,(... fr.M ..
; /1 I
attached to AntiSubmarine I PrecipitationTotal back a pace. Gilbert here ha the idea that IMehwYiasp I
Development last 24 hours00 ins. 'I I Clapp said.I was getting someone came in and sat dow .: a lie ': :
;; ; Squadron
I Gloriali'i'ivin'a/ "Eiigtigpnirnl: To ONE (tVX-l at Boca Chica Field. | TODAY IN HISTORY Total this month ._ ... :5.57; ins,,.I around to that. Solez thought" by the dead man toward the end I h" toVIsi
pretty highly of you.; Miss Lynn. of the show and then and 1 :tlgea.i
_._ ; get up
i Excess this month 1.93 ins.
He is the of Mrs V. A. Lin- (Know America) :r .
son | :I "Yes," said Shasta Lynn even- left. It was probably the Mur- Mir .r w .
1'.Ilfl i J''ii this ins.
/ Total 45.44
; IVifVitiii'u.. / AnnouncedMr gle, 410 N. Catawba ; street Lancaster I 1842-First submarine cable! l'l'I I yeas- 1 ly "we were good friends. derer." '$dsear
) S. C. I laid down between New York Excess this year13.51 ins. "Uh-huh, that's very nice" the An excited murmur broke out t Walter .... k. its .
and MM FUH" AeevedV I i Miss Silage Queen of 194C. She Mrs. Lingle is the daughter of : City and Governor's Island in Relative Humidity. big man continued. "But just at this. Clapp turned again to I k ret.t .... r.rna lite .
...r lees H. ... aMMw the t I t'. at present secretary of the Mr. and Mrs. L. Arotlin. 8CG j. Ute harbor. I I 8:30 a.m. I why. Miss Lynn." Shasta Lynn. "So what's your ...... 'fte ...... a It tore .
avy Relief Society. ;I 72% I Shasta Lynn's eyes behind the alibi Miss Lynn" racist her her.
eem.tgert.M d Three tteadttu. Briarcliff Road. Atlanta, Ga. 18.t-llistoric; Ostcn I Manifcsto
Ensign Allen a graduate ot the | ]; BarometerSea veil were impenetrable. "There "I have to powder mj body b.-I. "V !d
Aides I The Ungles who have residedin ;
Mare V 6nsM PtMfc II. : American diplomat confir-
? ; I isn't law about where fore number." The d.auu rrn rM X
class of 40, U. S. Naval Academy., ( Level). 8:30 a.m. a you my
men -.. MI of Mr and dirt Annapolis. ,11. attended preparatory : i Key West since July 1, this| ring in Europe over best means!I I 29.96 ins. 1014.6 mbs.Tomorrow's j choose your friends is there gave him an Iff smile. "It takes laid rA. .
w.. w. A e. C... 14atRptan. school in East Hampton. He: year, have a son Van A. Lingle, to settle America's differencesover i I I I,, Lieutenant about ten lI1 Dutu." f .... .... lustAr1.l
III. born September 2, 1946. Cuba, then national issue. Almanac "No. I can't there It. But- "Any witnesses?" 'taeI
If eWe .hr Teen i i : a say
-a.....-.. 9r% IVT I Trumpetfish.u now stationed submarine aboard the USS I I recommend buying; Cuba from :I Sunrise -- 6:27: a.m. I was he only a friend. Miss "Madeline always h+lp.* ...."I t crE: l+ fi' tarn :I
a attachved I Sunset .. ._ h 5:57: p.m. : Lynn?" Madeline nodded her head vigor MseM
"- lls+wd1 allnti.l Key to the U. S. Naval Given; For Spain if possible, otherwise takeit ; I .. ta: .
Station Key
I; b Moonrise .h. 7:01: p.m.! Silepce vibrated across the ously. She clung to Shasta LIMA" 4w MA M errae
WM .AKIt. eem/tw4 anir. w..ietttd' I Wret. I yorce.I I :Moonset __-..___ 7:45: e.m. stage; Walter James watched the arm with both >-f'"< i (to .a t..........
: I 1392-Beginning of lone distance i ..:
Officers Of USSSicily9
l .. .
between New
telephoning --- -- - -- -

I let.rrJ' "Vlntlvr' Wi1l1'/Icll Tap;,; Dancing; t Mindoro- t 1! York 150ft) and(50 Chicago.) year* ago) United i!, TIDES(Naval Base) f i Brief; Item* Of t

F i States takes formal:posaesia 3i.of,> Tomorrow LOUISA'S LETTER e
At Simpson 'Donct Studios llerf'A. Officers of the USS' Mindoro Porto Rico. : r. (Eastern Standard Time) Interest ttf N'fHHffff
and USS Sicily and their Air ? ,
1 Low I
191R-Prof. Masaryk proclg r.: l High
......... eWwher* .In The ,more than: five thousand\ servicemen Groups were entertained Sunday
Czechoslovakia's independence in t r 10:53: a.m. 4:18: a.m. i Ittute I 1'1 agi nazis eey tan ...]
C|.*i* ..... la Grrakl.. IhAder'afflto4 > the art of ballroom dancing night &t a cocktail party given by 1
4:00 Louisa
Philadelphia. 10:12: p.m. : p.m.f : wart ett1..4 eranMsPz... sMretttwta .,
snnwneept.M I4w1 he WtU beRs. the officers of U S. Naval Air k
during his service with these oNganwations. _
I 1931-Died-Thorn-? A. Edi- I am a widow. husband died when
] <4 whit Il9 SiltaflMJiitfciliinl ; Station: and air detachmentsF. I ny t_ u ttiNM. a MIME
... I son, fame dmvcmor. ;:gi81.. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA small and I worked hard caring for them. I ham .a ..... .
l .. M Up: dance in The Simpson School of Dance is A. W. T. U. Lant, VX-1 and f very gave eta -tweai. Mfr
I located' at 629 Va Duval street, just t Bli npRo", Aeropalms, Seaplane 1938-Historic dinner in" By- (pcferencd Station: Key West) | high school education end one year in college. swvtr.. eel tap .iei .......

** 1***1 into UJU work above Leer 'FOOd Center.: Theachuul Base Officers'-Club. w. Ijn's U. S. Embassy; where Xinas.k'b- Tme of' Height of 4 They are. both married. I realize I niad many misteiran knn ......... t

MI llaalst. M ..... b ilreemn dne- specializes in the following The commiuee in charge of arrangements A. Lindbergh' receives, socood Staonf,- Tide 'high water i but it is hard to bring up children clone. Now one 0: .tfM. )MM --- .

IM. .MH >..*. .'...... Jack Cole types of the dance;; ballet acrobatic' wps composed: of Mrs. highest Nazi decoration. bombing :_ I ibis( Honda 10m 0_0 ft.t! three bright children and a rood; husband who provides aril rV. rep tMejete MMw. e. a Ifre)

awl U MH> Ftvy at tow Ca 06 Mares > ballroom (which includes Nordi. Lee. Mrs. Dude Gillette 1942-Japs: in continued,! GusdaU- (bridgeOh Name I {for them and does not run qiound. But my daugbUi ha taken c' Mt e. b. esMev a .lMie. ....eis
........ iciest the vi but Mrs. Helen'Hillis. Lt. Comdr. Bill .of American on No Key.- ot .. ttrdap.
aYSpln'S -trut waltz jitterbug the Lat with former ewtlr'
I up a comes to see her and WI.... her
1 canal. (east reeds.--Zh{ .
M>. Arthur Uwrray etn"Wt. in dance, rumba conga. samba Robertson. Lt. Comdr. J.J. Sand- J -. acid r...., reel. Assna
H* .iv ..*... .*. years and ten and tango) tree; Lt Comdr. E. V. Cane. Lt. 1943-American-- Italy meet Boca Chica letters and tells her she is the only one he has ever loved. He .. .M era1 .

a it131 ttf .... Lea aMociatvd : AU pupils matriculating at this (jg-) V. T. Toulon! Lt. .Jg) TonyaIr with increased enemy resistance.I. (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m is married treats his wife badly and had a bad r.patgiau' =...... to. saein

.... UX/0. and Armed Srrvvftwt ''school will receive the most thor; l 19H-U. S. First Army fights Caldes Channel i when he formerly went with M. eeevar ...... ...,. th.M .. .......
!(*e WieA he served. in ough instructions in the art of ; its way into Aachen. Germany. (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. my daughter. : to her senses before it .is tee ... ._ ......... work itta la'l

.. .iaM1e .! pr eara. director. dancing from competent and con> Dennis Balint I 1946-Secretary of State Byrns oOo f I am worried sick. My daughter -j As far ui she herell M .--.a..

It. Mess a ....... 4 NaviAg laughs' ',genial teachers. ,. in Paris radioes address decryingwar NOTE: is very much to blame for' ly concerned she k erv.. wkrt Qehtr hnr8snn ..... sa"+
I talk of Russia. (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto .. .. .
Promoted To I i letting him come here but I can't i' she is weal p4Ne ... s e m..
--- -- heading for if she't
of the interior be subtracted.
1947-Secretary :
] wasa eigUN/. u.i..a ..erartalat ....
Chose Miss A. Corcoran \ Cadet Krug's report states that an in- ((4-)-Plus sign: Corrections to, seem to reason with her at all.. top her ftx4isfen** I sat you err clweay ..... tesea. ..

Officer entory shows country physically; ,I be added. :i Should 1 tell her husband? { can do no i400 by Hmc .Her wet fa ntrl-. the ass. .wtlhrl

Officer ForCoining Miami' i I Dennij; Balint son of Mr. and,1! capable of giving foreign! assistj (h-Hour. i Maryland.: husband. As I sav. y.e May nee rf.. w ..... ....
Attending :j without lowering AmericanI (ft.-Feet. .... ... ...
Mrs. Pennie Balint Ramrw'Key. once! 1 I Answer: i ii come to her sense bvfot li i-< treed with ever sr

; VivirMVIM a second-year cadet at Kentucky -!I living standards; or hurting our (m-Minute.) i No do not tell her husband. I.I.i Ii { too late in which. roue. wht Mr
Legion Meeting national -security. I A ... ..
tailliBivei Iwe1.1
husband '
Institute doesn't knew will wit M
Military Lyndon.Ky. Your daughter is probably flatI -
.IHIM (.M-J late IS ., has been Cadet -- Notes after hurt him. e". ......, 'a i..a rend ltr.aea
SC Miss Anne E. Corcoran 512. fumed Line News I tered all these years to .. ..
1tr ......... ....... rffieers ItMM Caroline street, left today to at, Sergeant according to a recent TODAY'S.HIRTIIIIAYS. i I feel that she is still very attrac- '! IMw- do. "

Misr. ........ w at Duffy' tend the American Legion.Convrniiun : cadet officers' promotion I list released I (Know America: ) i toe to other men besides herr -
In Brief Address Your Letters tot
by that school husband. She doesn't realize
lisIu.Ji, Offteera I James Tiuslow Adams;:! of PiMPLESa.arv
for the in MlaenLWhile there "LOUISA" O. BOX S32.Oiangcburg. .
This selection was made on the that she is playing with fire and'
...... I Southpost Conn., famed l historian -
1 fur. tattalUtiontMe she will attend the banquet of basis of leadership scholarshipand N. Y. 70 Meerschaum:: used to make, i is liable to burn her own hap- S. C.Russia's ..wiu Nasals rr.eq.
born Brooklyn, ,
j .+N. hM phev w... in No.MIMMse the National Yeomen U.. S. performance in military, the I pipe bowls, is a mineral made of pjncss, as well as that of her.i i .tree waawan.,... ...-. --- _
awe. dray Erwin, publicity release reveals. I years ago. silicate. i! whole with this Idle I e_ .. -. w...w.
pr* > Navy being hell at the Towers Trotti of Los Angeles) water magnesia and J family (|I II.w u any .....
I Lamar .
i u egae.Iwt.4vr. Viee preoi- !Hotel. <" r flirtation. She may even imagine Five-Year Plan !.a, .... .. _-,. -
f Pb. 14i. .. ...*.*.na aletMLeteiea t, Mine Curcoran entered the screen writer and producer burn The word stevedores comes that she is desperately in love : 1946-1550 grvv* highest IN"'II' lutnit* : tmAA i-n a.s .
J Wafr, corre-1 i Navy in UuStonC: Muss- and' ws, Daughter Born 1 I in Atlanta Ga., 48 years ago. I, from the Spanish word estivador with this former sweetheart. It : to atomic development ... .. .. .. .. .: .... 4.
William W. Waymack of Iowa -
i t epee...,. Mary JanewewrweK transferred to the Key West Naval To Marshals In member of the U. S. Atomic En- meaning packer. !! i is a pity that she couldn't exchange ,
t I places with his wife fora
Station the relief I
i; ..L'....:' ..... .t the bmtHl U dtrtc-i I nukiter of'Pay-. hgy Commission born at Savanna I i Pineapples, which are almost j while and see what kind of a

,t his ..Aass 0Ma Nall,.Anns UrI.u.-y. t She is a chapter member 'of Alexandria, Va. I Admiral. Ill. Harry CO years E.ago Yarnell of<' seedless, are grown from slips. t,j jj man he really is. Why will such women be so
1 ..... ANest Lup.I I I and the Arthur has, held Sawyer the officer Post, of No. 28. Mr. and Mrs.. George Marshal Newport U. I., retiicd. horn near ;!j There are at least three credible :, foolish? If she only knew how .
I err fir.tVtee Alexandria Va.. Announce the Independence, Iowa, 73 )'car31 l .
WwNuttiu .nat'I\C commander, rond'i iceCumznandrr accounts of the origin ofChicago's many women are unhappy and
wee ' 1 adjutant, historian ,I birth of a daughter. Kathleen ago. i I: :: big fire in 1871. I abused by such husbands, a. her t- !
iawawrg. ....| Anna lie- chaplain chairman Elizabeth, September 28. Struthers Curt of Moran, Wyo.,I : friend, she would thank God fat Yl)1
of child WEIl.ue -' Airs. Marshal i.'ihe former novelist, bum in Baltimore 66 All five members of Fordham'j'j; the husband she has who >--
., J J.r.h-. well l enlrr a float the Legion-employment officer.for I Dorothy Ross, daughter of Mr. years ago.Miriam. football coaching staff attended:\;, trustworthy and kind and stop

MktV. Navy Say H.the it was de- She 1 and Mrs. C. J. Raines, Catherine Hopkins, actress, bornat the Rose Hill institution. ||: risking so much for so little. ) ,
s'e gold'stars for..her"
'I ..... MMWMJI ett twut new uiu- street. Bambridge. Ga.. 46 years ago. I i I I I hope for your sake and her ,
; ..... far rtM years of service with the American I Edward P. Fal board chairman
ley. -
w" high Subscribe To The Citizen. family's sake that she will l come rlI
artwitu4 ...... "" .. .h.4. .boid Legion.TAI' -----.I.II of American Hawaiian I .
: Calendar Of 1 I
......... 3leani&hip Co. San Francisco, --- -- -- a a
I ..... ttirthrn. .Jat.ewes were INSTRUCTOR I: ;, sa.rrrr.r_._..rrras ..=:... =.:. .:. .- _....: == \' .,S'nom
Mr. Malta. anJ I : Events I born in Madison Wis., 62 years I -------------------
Ihvm. lheeer La Km CU ly.I a *s _1O i Coming

I IIi>; /! ..SVIIMIVTA/ f 4 fZ' J;I MONDAY Room Mothers, OCTOBER of PoincianaI 18- 1 born ago.Philip the Portland i in Portland L Jackson, Oregon, 56 yeans publisher Journal i ago.of 'J FOR SALE 1 t .

I School PTA meet in school I dj? .
r .tIN.'tx Tomorrow' auditorium at 2 p.m. I ,
Cream snappy yellow cheese I

7k.. "t l 4.yertl" P.T..1 I I TUESDAY.Junior-Senior OCTOBER High ))9-School'sj I with a Little cooking sherry, put / j. 4. I

: ....... .I the Junior-Senior j .-T. A. meets i in Auditoriumof in a small colorful pottery jar, : I! ::4

ItitIIa a.... wtft tie hU tumor.a .I a High School, 8 P.M. cover and allow the flavors to : White :1 ; .
K blend in the refrigerator for ,
r a* fe Pert .in tfc* ntgh school) ,
airllaattrrtt M WM aftDMuncvd U>* several days. Then serve as a I
Intimate GlimpsesMrs. spread for crackers with a cooked -

........ wall tab their I vegetable salad.RELIEFAT. NEWSPRINT 1 i 1 1i
-hulas.. elwa M-t-"Ie M Tt Henry Ogden ;and her 1I
with mother Mrs. A. Aguilar left I
lilaa earl ...... FOR
} a aaetllfgr. HOME
Saturday for Tampa. where !
at4t.nd test.imnute .... I LAST or
.... ............. their rhtkirtn's will visit their children, and other : 500 Sheets i
... 'ftw. relatives. They! expect to!
+Mfvn( will meet" ForYourCOUGH COMMERCIAL USEWe
visit there
... ........ atir4 dacug.. the I a month. ; 25c

.... writ l4meen. i Cteomulsion relieves promptly because 8'/2x11. :! .
A ...... ....T A. "tiDC will Seeks DivorceA it goes right to.the seat of the trouble Are Prepared Tu Furnitk ) ... ff'HIJ
le.... ... 't4aeres" .and II to help loosen and expel germ laden i 4
hMic..a wS. a.. .-Mnl. t by Uvt the --- I petition seeking a divorcewas phlegm and aid nature to soothe and Clear, Pure CL'BES or CKL SHKH HIK:

........ wlasd GERRY FINDER former filed today in the office of I I heal raw, leader, inflamed bronchial : THE r
A ...... I due Circuit Court Clerk Ross C mucous membranes.Tell your druggist
getheeittg. ben re.I Instructor with the Actltur) lo sell you a bottle of
I fivflew ttrshntjMM. all. be nerves sill Murray Studios, and programdirector Wales Sawyer against by Geraldine Ralph Griswold Wales. I the understanding you must like Artman Press ::1:1I Thompson Enterprises, Inc.

rse hwrlness ttwetmg.b of the U.s.O. apd I the may it quickly allay the coughor
J I Armed ferric* YJ4.CJL. joins you are to have our money back. (ICE DIVISION)
Mt4ir.wk. swinU. it the staff of the Simpson School The Maytlower, which CREO : CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 :
UlStO KO. .
N I :1
E b.Cir lia tat tic brought the Pilgrim Fathers over art ... n.a...
atff.t' I
. ; t i rf paace as tap iastruter. in 1$20, was a ship pf 10 tens. for Coujhs.Chest Colds.Bronchitis I t..y..y.- .y.y. .y.w..Y..TTTV:


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MOMIAY.' OCTORBIl 18. 1948

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Baseball Pirates: 'Win League' First By Half Downing of Senior r f Bo (i ) Turns. S Photog, With This (. I) Result--- l Il i I Briton's: Prince l\fak\ eSkipr MarjcAs \ ;

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-- .
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Key) \Wot\ t (Cliwns: 7 To :5, Yesterday i w -- 3G Y' : .._ : Of Royal Yacht 0 [

(t'Y N.wsfeatur.sPORTSMOUTH
flltt.l.. \ .1..... \\1.. *- s a *
Eng.-BritaiD'a sailor Prince' PhA
*,, will tltatlii
CWMM. .II) Hilling; lliMiirrIM

.1'iHirih. Inning. I low They StandI.OCAI. b yt | sailing He on is skipper the weekends.of the. royal yacht "BJueWttle-. % Mt ....

'. Of Twits. (Mil 0M.nrrrf )( class craft given to him and Prince PitaheMt tan wediittg. 'eiH

ent by the Island Sailing Club at c..... W* etf WwM.
.I ........ H.. Clews. _
e.d cis M. 7 ) : SOI"1J.\l4L I The duke -the prince is better kstawa: hate W .... Bitk* af.....
( hch ,raMql,. burgh-lost his first in Bluebottle
race but
....a Is M 11. ........ Cls him to be a winner when be everyone. tlftij
gets ft full
m abeaM
ha-eh f -1 "A"W 1Yusiaj
w hrleq.Id. Club- I. Pet r _.CUJiEos th.reeo and on thatip.. ...-
I{ .. .- alt.r 1-10.I1 blest Slxip 7 1 .875 a Air; i had only F. M.\ Crichton-as crew.

..... Ilk... er..ss1 I.M4anle ttblt.n ILtiry.'./air 3 6 5 3 .375 C67 r Following the birth ol her baby,il bead ffoodbye to. the tpeNstaea M the

-rtl v. Princess Elizabeth will no doubt
Iasi .. ttet..4t his -tllr fir Fmvuin Wan 0 7 .000 K ,. ..iir>,.... .... ,. '-'- ';:-"" .- .u sail with her husband. schoolboy Tb duke. learm> If a4
rf All eyes were on the Duke sod ear aWe M
tfc OA
bra -
with a Class Lau s AP Nswsteatiues his maiden his .hand i* a* 14Halabet ,
.f trip with Bluebottle
rate ,
iNto list I I Clap I IF4km t
nub W. I. Pct. DETRQIT'mAHia; N.(Bel McMJlui. who took over the head coaching'Job of the Detroit Lions of the Sept. 8. His presence at the helm I the war.Waieh.ttla .

him/. Ira. II- the NwratMwr VX-I I flyers 6 0 1.000 Rational Football League this year ;after 26 years as a college) coach tries his hand with a camera. was a surprise because the yacfcl II U .xtMfer MOM :

t}. .r. is..laj II. etrratt- Katttuh birds Shop 4: 3 4 .570 : }efV and comes up with this photo ol his holdover veterans. Bo has 26 returnees on the club. has sailed in previous races under |aI blue te tfawt* bet i* &1
.375 lb. and .
r .. which finished in' substitute skipper Cnchton. has HM
-- ... ... west. Naval ll.wptal 1C the eastern division cellar last season. I wi the hews. a'-t
.. fti/lil .wt. haW na..rukk .. __ ::143Sporls Dressed u\ grey flannel truu siaa
.. t ---- -- '-- ----- sea and white eamea tile
.5. .. ll.w .... I -- ------ sweater, the Duke for' EfaMbetkaM a----
I; Calendar + Tim Clubhouse maneuvered Bluebottle into sec
.a J |London
; one more than at Berlin
..... lilt. truer the trr.lrtri j I Sports Shorts ond place at the start of the race' naaa-a
ilr 4r .... .. the '! SF.. lnll SOIT1ULL{; There's No Place like Home j, in ...,-- and leg kept her there until the last field Uea throat In the lean tHe r! 1

Mile Alrtasw tatrid. Me i,; Beyview Park. Nights Eab Baysuiger. son of the head > The only two Olympic track Tricky winds at Lee-on-SoIeat ,--tinltabe. ewe -
ales .
fe B flfl.K fc.. Mi. m fcw tfcr,j MONDAY_ i|football coach at Syracuse Unij i i and field victories; ever scored by beat him in the end. Although be other Mali a U3.. boats _'
*A* ( lest Came -Elks Club \3. Na Argentine athletes the I trimmed sails adroitly be
i S Z vtnlrw......, M JU...eiaaes 0.-r .1 i,I 'vl HuvpHaL ,i For Sports Fan With Video j 1 j'l' is ..a quarterback on his Marathon. not pick up a steady. breeze could and .

flft. flttA AVr.M..W A. i. km WLa j I Veterans cf Foreign I Bluebottle lagged aU""oI' 13-
_.... v m >m Ware.I .I I ; i i In 10 post-season bowl Finally the wired died Altogether
lrtr rlrtsa I a I By JIM ;BECKER Uuiver&ity footballers : : games I
t TUESDAY- wilt play Alabama football teams have : and the regatta was called off
rerr.. under the "
r4i. ..1 lights
i.d .
... ttw it I rV* Game -VX-1 Flyers vs AP Newsfeaiurie :Sport* Writer j]i twice this fall average 21.3 points per contest. i before the finish ExpertS hail .

islstd. the .....1 I KaMnr's Men' Shop. NEW YORK-U's a typical October. Saturday,. and.40,000 shiv-' ....--- .i seen enough,. however, to form the Q*.... e...".
ea i a lea I ;
ywtti I'
f2. Jnrwnd that!
Game Adams Dairy ring: fans grimly : The 36 member colleges of the ?i Alabama has had unde- opinion the Duke U a cad. T. a &
a YMltasas .a ..... 4 "*- Dab's Sport sire watching Tech slaughter State 27-0 at_ the i i Eastern seven and resourceful helmsman who. y ***..
we. ..a.... i.. .... .hail half The crowd gathered:: m : Intercollegiate Football. feated and untied football teams knows how
THURSDAY antidpof; a stirring contest Association have to get the best out of
lies now scheduled 189>
..... a rLeon The
... Ntr Iwo hit I I I I twit Game--Kantor's l\t>n's facts only the prospect: of a, cold second half which will feature Statetoeing ;total, of S17 games for the 1&43J: i his Modest craft. and HOBBY SHOP
Ship Naval football energetic he is
all MMd a ..... ...... vs. Hospital; desperation passes. Along, about the end : season :!! Qohen. center and Dernie pop.ulaJ'
t :: Sratnd of the third : : along the shore. III DM* .
Mot. ...... Me.w.w .... GameDubs Span the fans will begin quarter ji;'Custu, left half are the prize When a ,> *. ...... It
: Shoo vt SubKon Fuur. moving to\the exits;, with i 9 long drive home4nn.1 American athletes sophomores: breeze enabled Blue
i won eleven on the Syracuse University
it' a. lilt Hersey FRIDAY ; Olympic track and field titles! at varsity football squad -}bottle to move, the duke sailed<,0".,., s... a "..II. f*_ x.jhei9'141t ..,
First On ---- -- close inshore ant waved .
', Game VX-1 Flyers vs. that same Saturday at ---- a cheery'
tarlMM- R. ..1. ---- _
E. Elks: Club. -h __. .
Ili ... +.-t a I &'C"Ooo house I sit in my favorite ch mY'j --- ,. "
I Canx.--Adams
trill tW taO-4 b1i. I VL Veterans of F&cifn Dairy feet propped up refreshment Here it is. KEY WEST! "t .
.. .....w. sail. Wars. hand. The television set ,
amp Abe sill U. Inrya I brought the news that State hasn't -

V....... the. .e.hisie. SKATING a chance. I've switched to a tight
-.. ..... tw bete Its Bayview Park Night ball game between the U. and the

... .wes darbie play: FRIDAY i visiting: Terriers that isn't settled I
lit a. M C. AIMwy..Mr I:I 7:30: to 9.00 p.m.TENNIS. I until the final minute Be-'
I4. 1, .W MltetlA : iwetn halves I got a line on the
.hr Ales 4 ua ..ii.a' V..z titanic grid struggle being waged. -
tai l arewlret fettle rfV Bafview Park. Afternoons in Philadelphia and during time j
and Nights outs a game in Boston comes in.:t .
I Daily play. The contest m Washington was ;

.)adltt, dull, I've .
tole Thk3.are so skipped it since the -
Ie .. first -
Alas Quarter J
I ., ,
1418tN Ia. I (Barview Park) After the' game a man reads me d -
.. IWM sae h W.I i Daily play.SENIOR. I the scores of the other matches .
"1"d", p....... I around the country. And as I.sit ---- -- -- .

. M M. wMsrea aReill. I B.SEBAUt there I wonder if the time isn't
;. eatwe gnat nlellean I Municipal Stadium. very far away when the 40,000 ...
.+.aa 14. beet. fw 1M Plans Aftemom fans aren't parked in THEIR easy
itF-r t ti now underway for series s :
by .......; R. II. E r between three clubs to determine they watch warm some comfortable 300 die-hard as t NISI.t .,-
i ,. championshio of 48 t '"
baseball see oi in city alumni cheering ni the.teants.In I_... -
( .I!. kit J J1. II 2M7 I Army Barracks. Afternoon" addition to the comfort and 1. .. ..,... .
lie t 31 First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. the! assurance that there will be .... .
t-r.r tad ......ictut"z;t an exciting game somewhere i i
.. .. ..;abets. ... Q-1$ t Second Scorpion Game ; there is the added inducement for s ., _J"".
..btyr ...... ..... Sct.It; Conchs.Winner of first television that there are nothing
tests llalsaaaat. game vs but good seats in your living
a:: sett. .., tt..b.Feriun7: I Syracuse-and-- room. If the ball's on the 50-yard :.: \ t. .
State, at
1 byAVhr.. 3: time' of the start of this line, you're on the 50-yard line. o
season: o.. had If the play is on the ten,
r'--k.Muthitne./:: \. & t. broken even on the gridiron there too. _

&: AHMrt.; miter trellis each team winning 10 games..1 There are now 38 television sta- '. Na

Five were ties. :, tions operating in 22 cities and a :: ,5b.l -.
-4' slot more building. And these stations -

I drag their equipment out to. '..- ,. 1:1;: -j.,
Midget Auto ReplacesBoy's I every type of sports event in the. ".

I vicinity. .' a .-q..L s.- -..'- l _..
I've seen polo, tennis, baseball
football lackey boxing, basket-
l ) "Dangerous" Bike I ball, golf, horse and harness row

ing on my television set, and lye
attended only a few of these ,
I sports in person since I got the '

r-i'i .: i ir set interview then one only of because the contestant I had to ;v 1 :

for the event wasn't to be tele-
I vi r of them except baseball I can see
j the action better at home than I
can in the press box. And even
i-I where the diamond sport is con-' -
Y 0. /i bZ6'gl81b .
Y cerned there are certain advantages :=: : C///6'o/ 10. I t. .
G --closeups, intimate glimpses -
;r into dugouts facial ex-pi-er
(sioiu that ire not available to

I the faa who pays his way in. Once in a blue moon the stylists and engineers outdo themselves.
itf. { It makes They create a car' that beyond
just me wonder if and sets the seta belay
of the
cars future. This
( is what they have
something pretty radical isn't done with the FRAZEJt fur I-ttt!
happening to sports.. Could it be Low: sleek and differently handsome it is the trailblazer in
that cars to come. Its aaciuaiva
someday the
games will be
colors and
fabrics have
j played before only relatives while made the world's leading fashion designers fall in love with it.

: the rest of IL catch 'em from. the They call it "the dream car".
easy chan
The same car, the FRAZER for has
j Iil 1949 even won the hard-to-win hearts of the teat.. driver
recent admission who must
eftbe relentlessly punish a car mile after mile
for weeks .
: end.
University of Delaware and on They My u..
;t I Muhlenberg College has broughtthe makes such driving no punishment for them.. lu driving ease and riding. rrmJUt.
membership of the "make 600 miles day
20yearold a a breeze, they .
I ftCNOOL DAYS for Bob Schlei (Cat wheel) thrill his parents. Eastern Intercollegiate Football \ say.There's

; Association up to 3C colleges a thrill waiting for you at your: dealer's tomorrow. With
Br CHRIS EDWARDS I 100 new feature*. -
At N.lIn/eg'w If 11 ,.i \ refinements the 1949 FRAZER M ahead of its. time .enl AM*

HOTH8CHILD Wis. Young Bob Schlei doesn't have to t tr ; \traDblazlng the way for all the cars to come. First to break dean said .

far ntiout iMsuta a bicycle to school-his dad has built him ;: Your Grocer SELLS That Good I g& tradition, the cars from Willow Run have done it again. Becauae scrap
M mUmitnln. crad likes the idea so well he may go into busi- : STAR BRANDs 1949FfiAZER "new": cars built since the war, they've road-proved their depeadab&ty2 attest

r-> .. ... est... mafi,
*M| i$.urt'* ke can selaat Tuesday! It's at d.. '
your alae .
abllui Mare rwcto They -Try A Pound Todayeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.'- I y.... I !..a-8 g0_ I' .WIllOW_ .BOX Kaiser-Frazer Corporation Willow -
wtawn ..p**.' of 40 cause they re too dangerous in Run.: MiUWp;,

tllaa M hunt ...ndI ahead 100 traffic.:" Schlei explains. ex- < .', ; ..' .

afe. --...... n hione gala 1- perimented around and came '.. f ., ""
.< aaaiilim- I up with the little automobile." SEE IT AT YOW DEALER' SUfSD AY.
His little car weighs 282
The SekOei can at the mo- -BjCYCLES-
pounds. Its powered with : .
e t ate one pasteoger ve I a
kklee. but their maker figures o-h.orsepower} motor started' I I'I Repaired end Rented Eastern Auto & Home Supply Inc.-1101--1103 Dimion
with somewhat 418-Kty West
M feuatnf out two-pusenger i a rope pull hktI .

'twists !. the war future. I'I I I&e 'I an outboard motor and has one Also in Stock-NEW Whidden Motor Sales, Inc. E. E. Price Motors, DiaL Garrison Motor .

8rilri. made the tint offMile I 1 I speed forward but no reverse;. Coral Gables. Fla. 1785 S.W. 8th St. Miami., Ha. 'Sales, Inc.
he started Speed controlled with a throt j TRICYCLES Myers. Flay
raft then .
abuul Yawn Dob. U'I j jtm 1 I tie patterned after a motorcycle WAGONS SCOOTERS Tropical Motor Car Co., Inc. Lowy's Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales, Inc.
hand and the
Mryrlr to high school grip car can be i i j| and SKATES Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Miami Beach.: Fla. Delray Beach
waaenl. u< which KHhchiKJ slowed down to walking speed. i

tarbwh Penn and Penn State are meet :' Overseas Cycle Store V-M Motors Gautier Motor Sales Sugarland Motor Wallace Motor, Inc .

: -1 worried about the boy rid jog on the gridiron this season I ,920. Division St. Phone 131$ Hollywood. Fla.. Homestead. Fla. Clewuton, Fla. West Pain Beach. Fla.rr .

IN wi a tike er acet.ta tet : for.the first time since 1943. |Ieeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, ...



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WINTER COTTON !* <:|!.Elks To Initiate Class f\ n.-mHD N.UiU! IU.'Ts IIO'OKMtIJIIY UW'k.'......

I :ii WARDROBE AND .GET IN STYLE At La Concha Friday j\Amnfc MU Mew jkaMMif.A..a.e. rtat .f...-.rMti7tttttin ._._.s

Eilnartl O. William* 4..L 1 i........ ", ... *"oM" < .
-.- ...... a 11ttIP/1 ... '''_
I (: Of Fort Lauderdale RULES FOIl NAVY DAYi.ont.rtM4 ., A..tb.t1.,_
odes of the Moment\ t k >rent "Pss: One Mrv wbs wlMr t. t..
I I I Succeeds P. J. principals by the dm: fcf tIN ....* wU a ... tt"wrr" .w"'..
> j Of tiny 1VrtPreparaUons school day. October I3 h- ......... w ..... ....... '..,. yg
-. ., ;;'v;; O.H& oi f- forward WINNERS: : Boys wh >.M>mM .11tH (rMM M rursty ttttatt .t ...
I4 lYM I' are going La Conchafor the two winning entrie w M to .... ...*r .here
for a baqut. at
appointed honorary CUP'aaofficeN '
the new district deputy tnavi' -
1, other Elks of- of (I) a N.v. dntrorc* eel tuts sbMr4 -_ f +
Y -3 ;i exalted-ruler and sections of and (2) a Navy ..... +Enun tor waiter MoMltldsea w.. .
iicers 1 the state from for various the initiation of a Navy Day October 21.... OH. 1M .t.lMerd .....
1 .; who submit the two winning N1- -
+ t s cle--s of candidates and a special
tt tru' will bo iippmnted eec i4 ve
of *
I't t 1s meeting of Key West Lodge
# {LIVl"tr officers on the came stop Wn i- ROBERTS OFFICE 5WfUOwdEQWfMNf
; lieU will be ekleaeWd nmrixiMof
\ Williams of Fort
.. \ .....,. Edward O. and will be
of Elks is nw the hip* gut won
,tt. Lauderdale Lodge in DWAL IT. PHONE MeP
t t. as N : -: fr 1 district deputy grand exalted board at luncti.
t $1 : (
JUDGES. : A committee" of
: : Past E-
\ I I named to succeed
.... c. Ytws Orbs IN
.. teachers wilt., allMine
1 nr review *
;d x X alted Ruler P.; J. P- ?s
: i 4 i .AY t. I West Lodge 551. He recently at the school" The five .best .fpers *..- PERSONALIZEDCbrittuuu
}o< rand Exalted; in the opinion nl tfc* try .It
apnofartd by
: ", 1.i i' wr. L HilL His district er committees, will be mbm.. ..... ( tnls
v'v'k { .... Ruler George +
; ..
y i i comprises all the Elks! I/ .'. 'j : ojFI I es from Fort Pierce to Key West. ing. The five papers, of aired LANe *u.aef1011Yw
i ?t Williams served as exalted group (5 girl entries hum ( _.t, 1'. T. betOv.e
i ruler of Tort Lau'ierdale Indge and :5>> girl and :5>> boy (>n" \>- t I. 'i>. Ow La
I two years ago and U.a memberof K-W.HS.i will be submit! crt f.r
il the Board of Trustees since the Navy bearing: ooy n', 'U i I. --- -

M ..5i that 'time. lie was instrumentalin -
; .". ',. ./,/ .
: i i '.IJ I formulating plans of the Elkfoonsored H.t.I"
s ; e u r J tt Birch
a J Youth Camp CHANGE
i t. e ft: I 3tL F J State Park. HOT WASHERS
1 ? r
iIa .. This Williams also served -
l #> ; t vice year president of the 1'1" 526.95 ai $36 95rJJ
.t'a t Ma Si- Elk A.._._*.. ; '* ln-. of LIFE ? .

1 1i ; for Florida, which held its anTtjial i CIKH. f.\. 'iIRi.
t 1i convention in Key Wect laii Ar* roq cola; t"l'I'I\II'h &he hgoeti.. t
; t 'tnKMi at.' porVvt p.cuh.t'n ..__ l; 1st I.,3TROPICAL
L : : spring. U to 41 pre,> UOM thl auk *.e
f :The -class of candidates to b,* .uffrr. Knrbi.frmn. /bo., flat. n e-i. f..1 T'.r M ewe.oet. ,. -
:,,01; initiated.. Friday..consists of E. J Lrcil" K. Plnki is ywptWN. f _
R. H pound ID rvtiv\ ** tPtnkliaot 'II
Kraba R. Rubio. Jr. TRADER
< er" .
t Cno> to.'ad at > IM at .i
r at Channel, J. S. Slacaua. C C. Doctor salt a tto.. .
.: i Ill Dta.a1 .trMi "... 'tM/
McAllister T. J.
p- Simmons A. LYDIA E. PiNKKJUSS' S: =
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Curry. S. A. Drudge, H. F. Al-
-- ..... .. J, 0 Aiken. O. E. Car -n.
-- -:- .. -. t i.r. bury,

.' ...p. ,, ..., II L. ." i; 1 : S. R. Silherman W. IL Schmidt
: li A. Recio and J. A. SVan.2WaT r.

TIIHIIT (1\ If.l' Tint; mt!..,..,. .,>fllenttimliaf / colton, r

.", ,/i, if inntle'<,/ /wirifiv MillYTfI! rffi, Stretcher

li'nrtin/ firt-Nmn rid' cotton flannel i to keep' rf f ) I

*w._, L.ay tit MifiAf: H! !route ftor.i a slar.dard NEW YORK-(fPn-The ize oft
:: < rare track does not necessarily:: ]
fa"!Ptas .ti f :; ;. .' j; ., .v l..nth of its home
i' "" .,"" =- ..
: Aqueduct which has the REMOVAL
-- stretch, ,
Adaauc,. i'atterr5iT longest stretch in the country -
M. 1,520 feet from turn to finish-is
C.: : O'CLOCK Gay party dress a one-mile oval. Atlantic City, an

rt dress/ / cotton (' fetal with 'permanent oval of one mile-and-sn-eighth.

gold ,. Cuffed neckline has jtelal' has a stretch measuring 660 feet SALE
t while Bel Air. a.4. mile track., has I
like effect. a 1.037 foot home-stretch, whichis
but feet short of the stretch
--.-,... I
s l '- at Belmont Park.which is a mile-
: :1 tsof l ,and-a-half around. _

< l 'j I i DO
I '1. A kangaroo, without a tail
1 1I. which acts as a balancing pole:!
I overbalances easily and turns

d .i Nxc somersaults.Discovers Minature Paul J Sber

a S fxr Device for the Deal' ,I, .

p. Chicago I1L-A bis improvementhas
ben made in a new device
now welcomed by thousands of
+ Hcafened. It is so small it fiLl to ---JE\VELER

the palm of the hand. Its clear
noiseless: tone efficient: that
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P'f. t With it thousands now enjoy
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permit you to adjust it tnsiarUU mHas mYou'll
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IE 3 a dical Physical Associations Medicine. The Council mik on
of Beltonc Dcpt 33 1450 W. t3lh:
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a of their achievement they ,ivil> 75 ON IHE $1
t gi 4 t 3s gladly send you free descriptive :
Ys booklet on how to overcome de rRA,1'- 't kV ness and explain how you may
try this miniature device 'in the
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.,; I rlrrlrrn ho (io- myirhere suit in .111., blouse Handsome housecoat S1tJfW-- ,.".

,Iwtt ..1td.1M, with t+irlitr. preen corduroy, tcilh ter- cIa in ((filii Ie,' glazed 1 1

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IMI alert and icelltuilorcd << y, print hi it? ("nllm11';;. Lined 1'tft ......
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Thinks the ekitric wires. That. leaves i I are you?" '' The I,I when Dewey was District Attor- 4"s..
mutt of the females: in the area, toI I find it a : Maybe i!ney. You could hardly expect:: ,

If .HUTUC-ea BAKEH'> : I be od n aitt:. : swer.: the four such a person t;. he enthusiastic, J tt p t \ > ... .....
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pal of a. I(about Dewcy buttons., l'e i><'" \"'" e .,.... .... -
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) remember tnat if all insct.tswent to drive: \1o"'' i.G" ....--. ., --
tottiM. '" -
wttt'.w wgq.r ItsatgrtrlMt.r would dead.not the lung whole survive human because race I with its tour the : ; I Bobby, Simpson II 1'UII, \)10 >\11' touch ...ou '\\If1i.- W.-!::''''.

.. ..... ... indirettlv. spun t --or:;;;;... .
|>ru.whi "e depend on insects. plan was" I I'resent oh" -- I,
II t th tY, ..'
wfivn-i If you ask 'What use is an insect?' I tons to (' I.S. J. \>tY .. ". : ... lr
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Soft **, Rhythm flip Sa.0'
RATES 1'\1 wa' r'"
V- ...late B.y T>AifYlfC It .. 1 -
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... M eiet-k." l.rwsrab ,. u".qw. Hotel Hotel 5 -..-.....) .
.. Far..t theyIt CO N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Art. i '( (} for Classes
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80 Rooms 100 Rooms
"'( at a HMUIHE Elevator ElevatorSolarium I .", Oetobor 21, J9/8,
olds* The twcurd-' Heated P..'!. until 6:3 /...!/. 121 Simontoii Street
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