The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 20, 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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Tax Collections a Arabs, Jews Continue


- \ Heavy Last Month, I : Fighting Despite Order


Says C. R. Roberts

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Base with Naval reservists >ptian> rountrroO b, tMrtar.rll that the kwu ..Met _rati ..
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N tra.lstptl 1M .h.svy adkr:. Republican candidate for t Wircpht'to the USS Autt, USS English, USS I QI( HAS n\r.v ....... -. -- ....... ... ...

1 ltaete last ........ Mince Dirtv* vice pi evident. spoke -rhortly! b'-I I Boie and the USS Sperry. About .-...... -... II w_ ..... ... Mir .
i M a.-tr..t.n. 1947 the fore no m at the convention of: FLAMES AND SMOKE BILLOW from Urg repair shop hangar at Naval Air Station Quonset. f fR. 1,100 officers and enlisted> men Jews are aelslrd 1. ...e ,.n
j t i r r1r11 .r4 alit. ewi-lvrtion oft the American Legion ani other I L, at height of fir*. At leas nine persons were injured, and Navy estimated damage at "well i are expected to reach here on the I R <: their ..... t. ...... Lair-.
I w.... ..... until Ortsber. speakers scheduled to address: over a million dollars.* ,' destroyers ...... Me ,...... .....-. M ter
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...... 'i r.....4xr 1mHnUd I John W. Snyder treasurer of the I -- ;i -. lw. ......... bout .
.... ..... during United Stales and William i Workers For rdiq Lbww rhrsrv ....... ,
'........ tad year amounted to Green president of the American REPAYING PROGRAM\ Truman: Back r t. U...... ...... w
IN. t>M& wtHeh. (vm .red Federation of Labor. AmendmentBusily 1 1 the ..... p..rit.d. M ..... 0.iavaMe ..
vita ftflMM W n4 rallerted. in : Harold SUscn former i ...i... ... u. ....... ..
>larb.dlr ..... ,.... ll I h*wever. it governor GOOD I 1 t .Ma midi.., rbsiln .. N.'oi..atrrial ... ;
of Minnesota and
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brae YeIIIt a-rwawd! 13 i ihnry i .
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,I ie441 wbm/sr mUrrtMNu during ,, o Take Exams TO RUIN SHOES FLOORS'Dewey In N. I (FNS TALLAHASSEE.).-As. Oct 20 4 a-..
election draws
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1-11 a- '. represented i Y.I near workers for Good Roads 1 1' ......... 'af
*''M.1, MM total Ux levy for n4urt.11. .. 11. .s '
For InductionEight Amendment No. 1,
are busily
Mavj Curioii, !Have CrniulOpiorlunily *- --- Wallace Call, Oar in getting support for (L:C p4anaet the berth tttttr/.e .
7W l/M.aef I* explained, I I to esIa... eurMliL
.......1 fc MB nee .( feather> conU4 !. yuun; men went to | HyTuticliiiij Unemployment : Pr;>itlent To Firc'. I i state.the measure Although in all there parts has of been the r .
-.- **! when w* h.dr Miami at 7 a. m. today to take
a .... ) MMrm during which: physical examinations for induction ; Sticky Oil Mar.hall Autl Itohrrtilxir i I I some some school objecion officials on,the it has part beeninteresting of Board t Icoll",
CM rwHcrtor'a officeTafcsan
IMH Uw into the Armed Servicesof Compensation
Ileetionw.A .I I On Old Pa\eiurnt ham Hoard i to note that oher
wear 1.41 the United,States. ('II !I
I school people are openly working To Kc lleU FrHl
I If they pass the examinationsthey In the street! repa\ing program, Fees Due Oct. 31 IH' T.. \a..ri.t.d Prr..i. i;! for he passage of the Amend' >a ) .
.iwi** tax rollected will be called up for induction j
hue mmmWt asmmat to S1.'7303: I I next month. which is $scheduled to get underway WASHINGTON Oct 20.-j t ment.: A 3' Tteot.+e +ar r -- .. r.
.. ,_ Backers
Monday on Simon ton street, i'' i. Ts.TALLAHASSEE rt t of the Good Roads
t) .*...... few rotated' totaled The eight young men are Manuel I. President Truman returned to',Amendmen, contend that'while t uyaif tk It a to ;
!, .>n. >tmw WM collected 1 I Ferhandez. leader; Howard there )is 'grand opportunity for Oct. 20Employers :i they for definite earmarking ft*W la flee .a w terI
u ...... iMeiy i.spertions this I1ce I Smith. Arthur Scott Jr.. children and: grownups, too, to liable under the Florida:the White House this morning, i funds are fon the the' """ ......... t 1J
{ ... t. U.130.00. la n ,d.hrl-.; day)veer_ jr1tWrnder. .of.their VAc roA loxB sat-J Compensation::solbwt: trips"tq"MiamiandRalcjgh. :s : .'C. lof[ so'"received will: be of: 7 : .:&: ,
"" .*.. Etsh'-,) lr.; ratdo Diaz.,Henry homes amt other things. Law are reminded by Carl B. I, benefit of all the agencies of the : MRS. ROBERTA TORN. *.. the the. alaa//aa e11Ms. r uaa.r !
Poole. and Odilio Joseph! Rod Smith. chairman of the Fieri Ja estate I[ including the school of Oklahoma's bawd Krrquadruplets I N... 1 j jI
chil lien 1 sys- .
AU these
'i an grownups
2 Men ArrestedAl I riguez. Item.| I tells bee _. I ..... .-.. ..... wgtiir
have to do( is to touch or to walk Industrial l Commission that con- ,I Saturday he will l leave on what 1!| Until the 1947 session of the at S i..... .asa-.. .. w e-w.
of oil tiibutions for any period of the oa in Houtton. T** bacptUt.Tbt ........ Am, 1Jii.
Will through the sticky coatin will be the beginning: of the i Legislature, the school .. --
Greece appropriation
What 4
!Midget\ liar which will be put down ahead of 12 months ending September 30 I I had never exceeded boy. weight p.uat dame _4 ..... $5. rs ... aIhavI
0 final stretch of his Wit k. Medical! .
campaign. : was born wt .
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must be paid by October 31 in I| -518,000,000, but at the 1947 session a. ..
the asphalt to serve as a
ERP4TUY.NS Governor authorities behave the Keys ...... l" ...
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Under Dewey scheduled the appropriation for schools I II
TV MMM mm were .nr ted Buy between the old and the new order for the pay roll for such I i| quads: art the fast U. bier ey day wtlk a ....J .. .....
more than doubled being. ;
.< J 4* a. in torf.r .ky rity police )I pavements.City periods: to be used as a factor in snake a forum speech in New I i was increased to the unprecedented to reach maturity. .......i he ........
tn ....... t hawk into tho --lIP- Greece will computing the employer's rate !i
gtiag <> Manager Ralph D. Sp U- for 1949.Failure! York tonight. lIe will speak in !1 figure of $12.000,000. It is pointed
..... _..... and worth of industrial
MMearl s. buy $3l.4'rt.-.noO) ing explained the way the ptr- I
.. ... .. bv the and agricultural) equipment to pay any contributions the same city tomorrow. t I out that the same legislature t
M SW i < putting up son who touch this material today which made this record increasefor PROBES DEATH)) OF
due such Wallace called [
on nay rolls by Henry today on I
Snanfc uf tft* raw| W tic Itl..nRk. and supplies under the European in the following: statement: :: schools is the that
same one
...... and (ERP). that date may result in a higher President Truman to "fire" Sec-
T *y Carter KcTovery Program "In resurfacing a street it is essential the resolution permit-I
t...i..01r " who were are Purchase of $5,200000 worth of that the covering bo se- rate of contributions for the retary of State Mar&hall. and I adopted the of Florida to
..... Olnicl Las industrial $21.400.000of coming year. An employers rotc ting voters acton MAN\ I FONUD ON SOUTH:) I
II to IVnsbMMi equipment. .curely fastnei to the old: surface. is by the ratio be- Robert Denham of the Labor the Good Roads Amendment.
... .. .. anH l $4.800-
hr hid Lune tu invtwliMIC industrial Prior to the re-surfacing opfn- I all of the state
tween Relations !WantValla"e | Groups in parts
benefits -
paid to his employees
r.u II ...... .. a4r..n. e nui eatr (OOO of agricultural production sup- tion a coat of a special asphalt i have been the adoption ofi
amt his pay roll on which \ aid that when Marshall I
..4 r ihr vi..w4V. ,plies have been authorized for the product is spread over the old surface contributions have been i the amendment claiming that iU BEACH ON MONDAY
.......... air peen on theo ,.j, fiat five months of the program. about a block ahea.l uf the: time. paid on came lime on his last trip \ passage is for the ;good of thei
,ewer OIl Me err <4 drew hu red I fit' rebuild its factories and increate resurfacing operation. from Paris, to. discuss the pro- state from the overall angle in i ii
Employers are urged to send in i ; .... II'
.,dei flee .he ..* "ed them : industrial production "This coating: is purp'r;. Iv one their reports and payments for POU)! of sending Chief JusticeVinson that the highway system is the Jnr '\'I..i..I..1| | .) l Its
.....n TW. elew .K**. been turn I Greece will import $11 0000 worth lof the stickiest of all oil products the third quarter of 1943 hy'October" to Moscow% Marshall Was piimary function about whichall I I'" .... are Y .wtaN ... J JI.
-'I ...rr lu Cannty J*.l awaiting ,1,1 industrial equipment from Del- i land one (.f the most difficult: to I of the other state deparl- (:'.r"'lI"r IaatliutlitytIi : .
Of teal 1 allrlgw .. be't'd glum and Germany an remove from shoes>, floors, ot'-
: that' date contribution due fill I mens! operate. 11\t, tigatioeeI ..... ......... Mkt+...".
(0........ w.-.. worth from the United Slates. Everyone is requeste-J to: take the with bankers and :;en- With the great increase; in ; y
word of the contractors and City any prior quarters; :i>;i that thcvmay rtaU: than lie was with the : traffic the state Koa.U; wfc we ffM .. r ...) />... IUfcr
be used in the 1943 rate : highway -I hi, ,tIts-shisses(
officials on this subject and absolutely '
Contest Winners To refrain from touching thismateiial. : I position that they could not JURY RETURNS VEfHHCT .flee ......

I Children walk are espocfilly this f : iJElHCATEI THIS 11ONI'ME\1' make any plans for the future The coroners* J IIy Mrs a ._....uaalle. ... .. .
:warned not lo on ctwtii5. I of the shortage: of fund
:;:. .. because the work. afternoon retained s v.**.tin I......... r ...... M tr rr aId.
Conuniuitl Sub DestroyerAfl ( I "Thii thin fating: of V.-'s! o! i "" < f with While which 22 to states carry: already on have the CM of WtH.r
.surf f-e must: be given a ceitjinJ :. I amendments prohibiting whose: body was i u4 a.. Mss tear r/. .... -
South Such Monday t.eew ...
J amount of titMS to became e'Jre- vehicle ieceii>ls I r /Oil./ .. -wbe.
**- lUJfI .(.UUUlar.JjI: j live as -4 hinder. Little-or: no h .rm 1 I I ;; an used> motor for other than road ing. that he died et e re wM era .... ..... .....
J is done to the pavement by persons being Florida amendment of a drowning ......... ...... .... htlil tar .....
If ( .IIUI.IMIII|* li-frnioii! > erved lunch on .the submarineand walking on thu.. surface, but I put poses:will. the not affect( the fees I :' .. .-.-t I/v ttdr,- t
the destroyer.The the' results of to the i In vest mail-: .l taw s>y doing
lk.,. .AIM! (;irk" Will Hr contest is open to the son's shoes and ths surfaces per-<.n .; from automobile amounted registrations.; lo i death of a near bj 4ruwa g oil fall /f tar r.'
boys and girls of the upper I winch last year t ..South Br..h I. t.wr.'r w.d .... :
waltz l as .ir11 area --. -
*rr t...I l I..ti uirlironTV three cla-jscs of I Key West High. which large he..mount titer of work.; will involvea o 1 I nearly SI7.f.OOO.luilio) C;untv (-'wrthtuae ......y... a .40.rear i $. JI.11IM. woe .

School and the Convent Iof M--..' 'i '. 'rwofter''d ntrv .wart MI I ItM IIMas- .... .>- *-. ..... .......-' .
U. Wet &M U Wltll- W" 111 1 "After this! warning" .t waul: jip! 44
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winners will ,
Immaculate. Th e Y > her s \ Infant p Irt F AlburvHeannc in 0. ta.....- aa> <*. *.. .
that h.
,... .. ta t briny stafi- i pear any oiv walking! ; "
Hk > ) n r+ probably be known by next of the ras*. with M i
all ....* wash wiM U.Mne ouninsastifi -t Tuesday afternoon.At jthis'stickiness; material, or testing it for e i volvce th* <* .| ..... -. .'
i is I
tar UM H-y. OrtoUrr the Key West N&v- Base j thoughtless or outstandingly curious. :'Funeral Today( lively s$.ahtw-I w Wirsed Pt'.e ,(',..I n .. I < I.. ....e ...atr7.
today it was announced that the of Santa Monte a Cabf. as_ ...'
taW CnaMsc... .wl
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.. USIi S.rf H l.27'1 Naval Station will Iw throvi 1 Rd (for Donna \l- morning ..n i "aa.i.i. uti
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i car... .. MtnuMnct-d. open to public inspection ho !:in- Dove Hunters I Funeral Service:: of M. and til thi ; tt"; e'-. n .. ...... r. IiI......
ning at 9 a.m.. October 27. Navy Th .e .n- b.\ wear't 'in

Mi.Ai !. ...>. <>........t. 27. llc.t ..- Day. The Navy vessels .it the i '1ust Be Licensed : F : ''thf Mrs\ Carmen S. Naval ttilio Hos-pital., who died were in Cow; I 1.tI (!ar*

..n. ail. alrta wail acrwHiv. awn : Station will also be inspected b\ : 8agti held thimorrun!? in St Mar\'s FOR SALE! FOR 14LE1) TWINS C4KA4E
.......k.... |ar the a dwy .f the MI!>- : visitors. 1 Star of the Sea Catholic Church
....._ aid. ta. ...""'"". Ful-) Monroe county dove hunter with Chaplain Span of inv LT S.. 194? CHRYSLER $1934 yea. fr.idly .-i Mitb- ......' ,
....i11t a "......t! tf rwnmwnct: Alta it was announced todaj had better set countyices/ escosting (JofliciatingI 4Dr. F.....' c.UUH. *. m. III r tM

....,....., .......rd the vtMcl.will .. that several aircraft may be in $2 each it was suggested;, I I Burial was in the family plot in \t\ \ Inr.. ,
Ire i1..... aAAn" bo-I pccted by the general public at t today by County Judge Ray 'City Cemetery. Lopez Funeral Opposite Bus SUUe
---- Boca Chica Air Field.Ramonin ,I, fnond R. Lord. Home vrtus, In charge: of Arranges: I I.t
"Doves have been sighted in ments. 8iQ It",. C: ,w .
Key West and along the Key .>.' Survivors besides the parents,
!$aid Judge Lord. "Hunters ot maternal grandmother. Mr CVLUC CUe.
SCREEN VIRE.SIKINK s Restaurant I;. them should get their county are Louise Attilio Christopher: ))dtCI' LIKE SHRIMPS? Flday nafcet. t: MiH p iCA111M

lIS, DUVAL STREET licenses;; which cost $2 each. To nal arandparents. Mr. and Mrs PM l J III
I.( MHK.ll: YARD For Business hunt elsewhere in the state the a." p p .t IS .4, Ernest Perez and two brothers. We Mean Golden Fried J.-M I fe. lM KMPOOK N ..
TELEPHONE 111 foie Open license fee is $7.50 .. r '. Bobbie and Anthony Attibo.i Sized Shrimps Served A hue. -
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TOP LUGGAGE YESTERDAY. IN :RALEIGH. N. C.. President Truman dedicatedthis I

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1 Palace TheaterMichael I CARRIERS North Carolina claims as native sons. Left to right: James K. CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS r'..... N ........ been Nil
--aAvrs auI. Polk. Andrew Jackson and Andrew Johnson. For years. South TELEPHONE S
I....... Smith Auto Semite Duane it Lenore Auber'I't for ALL CARS Carolina has disputed North Carolina's claim to Jackson. The Next Barge Leave LLTiT.HSr.Jr l

Watt M FlMala It. Phoa IOp.i.It. Return of lisp WhistlerNews 'I Ro*\'2"" Key Wot Auto Paris, : South Carolinians insist "Old Hickory" was born in their state Miami, Thurt.. Oct. 21 I WE'VE GOT 'EMI! ;
Army IU tracks I and Shorts 121 Duval St. Phone 443"
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I d Tiy Cult today t&zt. Xy Wef 1 Pi :;..,. [ 'tc led P1Y1MtwiM .. .. w-
y bit bias, vfcccter it fc<-,toeOf oraay aga act wtmCOA T, oacaa 2'0 !f:r'e aP-.s s'f'ta' S4 al ;a r44,: .,n. Ltr.0 ..... tae peal ....... J- ..-:-.
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A MILLION: MERCAKTS f+rxrr tatil os the higlsway. ;. I I .:.a.YrC..1'-- t 4+fJ -_- _. JsstpSTarr3 was the ccrap : Its 07VAI. ST 7HOK MCPUct -
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u."l t of a ear that was tsnxs everafter .
+ +tir a Tz (. tstira.v darf safed ilttn a ana *sr. c rki Tear Crt3rr !.
HIGH PRICES HIT THE .cant '' a eDuba witis another ear b. JaN *I 4e cabed cmrfces J_ -=__ .; Y
.... p..idst ., the Aa riea IB- PRESS 1... ba4"Drug- Tserf3y aJteraoon at Thosas :< a '
to the ceiery, apfrfes. ....... J>1sayvcatef PERSONALIZEDChristmas -. -. "-- ..- I
M-. ., lam. VMrt..* rrtttstIr far- 'i ;and Soctfeard streets. It was re- and serve us lettuce V -- ra.w. W .......

M fvr TU pcb1ie of tb nati9e'i aewazper -"te. Ene.AnGMx..v t.m..w--r.. pw1eeS it trrt that Warren was cups or .a kitten sprays .f v:;tcrKangsrac Vc ; Gink ........ .... -...-.......
ail prices are a Jrz.t "seyAaly jurrf. bat at the Marine
} % are war&Hl by Robert U I3i lRE. I .Lt-a...t. 4. Lag..vssie :_sc i fEW DCS1CXS .... -
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edicts s.r a MirKalMie magazine, that TN .a.sat. < tai He tJww 44d tfeai fe I '.aa I.. Z..IQa and for lean fart not} Tea Ax* Ziroted T. t.-ar.
woks ctts. except one overt
raewcaper r''Y en a be! apt to declare and CIIo&C........ de e left and that to sect irra#, aM can fce CMC oied bv. Cm' o.z t.bIe I ittlRtO 3
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ttlw Riot.Tj .was-U, apetitiwi i,* be- that mertajmz trjt.c p.blkai.a tfcreattfi .- : ;)TV RTt.3a r !wm* after treacled. i Tor*V t* 1

.... ...**,. titan rt*<'. AJM! said. that the. fiH&firia! p rttioa fit.UI" newepy I ism-G.I e... zap-... "- -----

j p.ntip .....,... .r llssacrd tt4 es are per V I'I Iru D&:7 ass Tarots-sit.1a.asxn .. Key W'wi!! be advertised. : -
a. ecif. .tfa.c.arrr tbte vrater at the Slrer Sytiny. ,
b..d+d ..., tr.bte. Mr Kttwm pomt o o et that the price ofhear I Was-"(/r. ---'-" 'Honda resort Secretary Sasri- Ira: Jt '
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At abat tt..t ume tar.: :. a .,,1:tftU.iw' + .9** which nrfaprs are i I'Ja-Dtaster ax,ran Lramaassnacs ten e( tee Krw West Chamber<<

a day r-". ar.rrtaali.s NW that the re printed, ii &sre tfean txice tae pre-war \ : Itasca OefTHTjtrce said today
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..... ... lIMn tha a rliltiotl retail m':ra11 prick and that tike *acre g'9f'J for the cot! I5icss H/A"} *b*sr*I Mtf:Ya ttash.. J A. Hazard representative of 1 Foot

.w Irwiir. ... this IH1tf'7. of machino-ty and "anytlimg eke ".. can Mi&-_TW_ Bi A 15'-.a"J-T DniicT' es.x3..ry the Texas Orf Ceacpanv. H officially -
vutCng Charles Taytor rs-n-
7ibao atateatnas are indicative think of in a xewftpaper." '. JIAr.ct.: A _
alter fcf the Porter DOCK Conp.ny.Arthur .
iiMaM, w ..mite r.taili.t M rivlsg Tboaas F M.vk>. c.ntr.rf!'!r of a '' .- rea... ;::;Dtuss-sD.

.. Ai.ri Wk smflioa I ?b? =-___ Moiberg. local age&t &ftr.e .
as yeayie. a large dads newspaper aIM eraphaaze; ; ranee a.useIn.e. : Thirst Miles
resnzsa--mL. Chevrolet llator
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..... art esewetet for ttldo>ltri. 1M the critical era that i* ceramsg to Bfcwpa- i. 11:*3-% .. rarf.t,. J an.-d:. l V left this nrMnuss for , t& ar-

eN aJf rdfti ,. ItHIt dl aM ret t* per psbiitber3 a 4 a reek of riling eot \[Ia.Carina_ I5aM t4sar.act27 Z 1IrL1t." raage to nave Itrxa 153! Cler- i

pad .... Entry .Ire IW4Yt .eel tr offer Mr. M rwte advocate no expaw4oe at''i :!IWrw. ..U" 11) 1-eilc opts bit*trgitt to Key West I .
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t I i1r ......... the ..e+t pa..ibit pricks this. time and scrods that the price ofnewtpaperx T\A1ay; The Citizo says ta an'Cacdidates '

........ poabtiei. gird -eMr Ia4.cerneetc.ALair !,hoold more op and dove aWe j Your E:6l paragraph. t
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tike flrttres. ecrsinly .hoar cf t haDg' may be divided

NA re 1.* pl.nty. vf ia f I WEDNESDAY OCTOBER %0.j -ctr. f ro eiassesV succesaftd n cs. .
opp'rtanjty retllititrt rail attention to' ,e warnM !. ':10 1v 4ife1 w-'I got dattY.i.-ri E:
j I**t!-Today i rlrflzee
b.r ym+rpte tlbo .ft4tnuAd the directed t*> newspaper. mn, bcao a it iseweatial Fit, vuiccce and. sunohnty. neD

twnittau. a+td are ....r to work at it. The ) for all readers to and r tand th native will bcinend the stranger TCNZ' Grocer SELLS That Good

I efcUi **r* ..r+tenM. a* an example big drop that will occur in advertwrnj revenue and comfort the rrJ(,w.rneT.n.1-

j I ....... rtemmed frwn 4, rle *',r- ma by" i if general bajaues* coadttions contract ( out oa in kindred any war There=e gl r3 prIr.rt:c& _h STAR BRAND) F

I -.4I .teb ambiha t'krU. and ideas- In This! means that newspaper?. which of Ior!.e ability of *xecut V aso AMEPJCAN COFFEE

I .pi. <--.t.At the ckaiM .( the lutor will W>;k to adv rJs nc tIJ eorera! large part ofpublication tre '-...;rr.o:nat. m ihouid ens CUBAN
1 .. Kf. a t'h:tun is 'I ti, a: C Jta -Try A Pound Tod(;- e.
.. .... lw. the ame ta.hi's.. Thr:r'. expem. will either 1 Inw :.n ,

t tlltitkrr like cmf etitMMi to rreate prr,- I diner or be cofl pII- to increase cult -- --- -

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I e.r.... The Citizen: ha no present plan for f z' (JV s

; kaluliltt MK e wfMl Ic1'ikes>< _'i increasing iti Mb crfptk pn,-e. The I Overseas Transportation : 11 ,, V

t .. n.. tt. tccJa,'. Wrh priers. the net matter M one f&r the boaofiess office and I T r

I ...... earned by typical i>mare
44.. ., .*]** hu .been tending to decliiimf4f majority of oar reader woaM prefer i'*r : Company,
1MM mans that mrM have ab- .a* to maintain quality even if it t.ra Fast Dependable Freight and Express Service
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pritr ietreaui If, l .
aji large tw/
; an ext necessary to increase .ub! cription rat*--!. I -brtssMIAMI :
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.... r. and ' who are J..thargei l ;cwt V'hneer a eommumt.: w. ;:nt: to ; and KEY WEST

i i .f..1| .Mit .last .k...?. The able wwh fake *itn"hing: ft doe not h..'.e to I AIM 8.rria0 ALL PODTTS 011 rUOIUDA XZY8B

: 1n.A. WI the t rfh.r balK!. _ill Cf.MiAue to wait on a half dozen committee-: tl, met, t .tw*. Miami) and >r y Wed
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debate# I E pre.* Schedule: 1

: It' the .- thar! I Ha the work! t.W /, FARMERS LOSE FOUR BILLION (Ko Steps Ea Ro.l )
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:. t po r' the kM y ,n roRdemn f fits inU : SUNDAYS) at tao P.M. AT.ttv .

,., i I .. 1000dock Mid-
at Miami at 4i
Ifif+ttx inflict damage to the cropof .
the United State that at"ut
TM. about eomta growers LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT:
the time of the year I $1,0*0, f'''.f,lJlJ) a year, according to expert SUNDAYS) at J2-8O o'clock Midnight -
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oMiral worker begin tad strives at Key West aI
t', of the Department of Agrieulturtd -.
MA ab. rt the 1:00 dock A>L
vAIHty of rtttfB2 a I' **pite the existence of improved and

.- tt.... >>4. If the candidate wis.. highly effective iweeticidThi *-*. I Local' Schedule:
(Steps At AH tat.rn.att. PobdaJ)
t M a nurpnioK figure and eem- LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
T. the.
qur.tktn who taB ,become a i Injfly large enough to spur all grow ferH of +1 I SUNDAYS) *i 9M stock
1iI. rr .t .the CflmmuR A. M. and amrm at Miami at 4.09o'clock
't'art y of the to the incc antl '.
I crops ue spray gun : P. M.
.1hMh'd State(, the,
awwer 'U
anybody over I'rrgrei.t i;, being made in the control I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
IT ..,. U .
'P who can convince the t of iwectx. including thone that came SUNDAYS) U s:oO o'clock A. M. aDd
: I'a41r that M Hm te p.atty will mrei at Key West at cOO .'clock
be to th diwa
I **? and those that devour plant and P.M.
-.c.t Umai and that he U able to do the : their fruit. Gradually the crop growers t

I'HtY" work *. a Soxiet aK nt. Furtherh are f becoming convinced that greater s FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE I-. .
h. be
mu t an attire .
.. Mlf. ie* He nw t obey member of a profit from growing things comes toe FULL CARGO INSURANCE t OITIID '''.D'' AHTKOMtf C, f.t cots.<.*a (..,*.. M

.. Mr fWMt read the all Party dsiian. II thtwe who take advantage of what modernretence MAIN' CmCE: and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaica fc rnacU It*. KEY WEST 4UCA-CULI UOITLLX; COMI'A) Yrrq.
party I PHONES: 92 AND S3
literature. has done to make possible the protection : I

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Aavertlaetaeats voder this !leaf *?ti *r a.I.rtlnn w tk 1t4srnvnts a<>
mill h* 1n"rrted la The Citln at may Slave that &..herrle..t. .-
tn- ,"a'v of 'Se a word tor ci,k ln- ", ... .....racood. .
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the: brit J&'word. .r iis 1. I4c. To tna c publt auen, -dY m eat
Tap rule tot WitHtfa-w iift is-i : ar *. la Th! ('f'ls** offic before tt
a .. 's4'the miptfnam.bsf.a tar oVU<-fc in the tee niat of UIV dJ
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d'.I'ftNf"lB .<] rcapunt4bie only ti-r the fleas""iB rtioa in Cbn .in<>4 A4r.HM.A. aS ii,..'ar ,..,-.,*... rap < ay'lh a'-".&& amnnnt of snare _e1I|,.;ed bj the
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I SPECIAL roa SALE 3-tedroora furnished ilacArthur
." 1936 Packard Standard 8 four-} home. Price, $12,000 easy
doer ed nDrivcn 33.030 rnilw.I 'rtns. JohaAon & .Jofmson.
t Just a trip' around the black Phone 272. .octl-tl
for a Packard. Used es a fam-1.!

... .'. ily careonly.. Never exposed ;. Gras marine erg'mes end service.
to the weather except when ill
C. R. :pith.
use. Has original paint jr)b.J
Station Miratb Looks end runs almost like
new. 4 tires and tubes about
enc year old, tied vtry little.) White enamel, $:.i5. .'OatsiJe
2 spare wheels and tires.! whitep nt $2.75: and $S.5 pr
Heater Motorola radio iep- gallon. \;p. 50-fi 'i" arden
trio clock, fire extinguisherwindow i hose 395. Dcherty i Cov 816
i shades, heavy towlin_t, Oivk"P o:: 1537. ocfl3-tf

and. necessary tools. New exhaust -
pipe JBiifCer and tail- Bedroom te. living rwm suite

! piece. 2 new and 2 slightly, and rug. dinette sc+_ $3&0.0
used fan btits. New oil filter Good buy. Apply 1716 Washiogtva -
good for 8000 mile Battery St.--ct. ectl r-3tx
\ and sparkplugs about 5 months
old. Oil changed lubricated i iI"i-nsc. n; k.<=. ooise-ruakers.
--- and sprayed' 10-11-48. Seldom j fetti for Halluwe'cru Poor Old

\.? irepliotcs i needs new parts. For best reJ J Craig's. T019 White Street
suits order from a local dealer 4 >&20-ltx
fOUITCCN PCOrLC PERISHED in these two traffic tragedies-one la Calif crnia.: ;;the other I or direct from Packard (Miami i

l. t.4.u. Top Kim p.r ons ..._t daih,in,this wreckage ef"iwo autcsicbilas which ollided at Co. It is necessary to see and Stephanotis bougainvillea, hibiscus
PMrt MufUi Caltf. B 4 M were kc tttid over the highway in such diianay that ideatitu anion I drive this car to 'appreciate its! frangipanies. palms,

Wfl at ttmla4 imnetflately. Bctton: Sm ashed egainv, the front cl e Dieaelltroarotive. is 'I fine appearance1 nd.perfcrm. i crotons, cactiH. araLas. otherDlants.
Ceiling e $1.233.00.Apply .i 104 Southard Street
the w.-.c.... .f as utomofeQ ia which Matthew Free, ,69, his two $CDS and tw/ .:grandson* anee. 'pri : ,
8221 Phone
to J. D. BearuP.real' 1043-J. .d20-28-2bc
..... kfei ea a C'Mab.g swat Kouts. lad. by in eastbound Pennsylvania Railro*
d the 9U'
-- -- .- -- ---' i FOR SALE OR TRADEIce and Teeter Babe ut sacrifice.
I Call 1l%:-J. cei20-3tx

11 WUJ.U In: tics IIIu.nju.SEHE ) AT DALTON, GA cream freezing unit and.busi

._ ness. Complete. For sale or Notes (Proms .*y). Ic each. Art-
: trade. What have }'ouT 610'i iDuval man Press. Citizen Bldg.. Phone

y e I Street. u 20-3tx 51. augt-U
1 se _

Furnished! apartment 3 roOf end Hollywood bed, double size!, without +-
__ bath Maid and janitor services headboard. $25. 952 Fli-m-
linens and utilities fur- ; ins, upstairs. oct3-3tx
s .rJshed. Summer rates. Coral!
Hotel Apartments opposite Post FOR SALE-BOATS
Office. oct,7-J5tx

519 ob p. Evearude 1943 engine,
Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. ', !H* ft plywood skiff excellent -
Utilities ,furnished.: Children i CQnd1ti n. Path $205 0:> or
under 1 year accepted. Apply : !old separately. 33'Rest. !Beach
915 Windsor Lane.octltf. P11 one .1529-K (>Ctl ;at

t Y ) Four apartments available. 411 11 t fUN bct.built. for outboari.Xeedi .
William Street. cct8 2itti .
i caulking and pamjintHa -
; new rib. Apply 22 3-D.
FOR RENT-ROOMS : Poinciana Phone 10CS-V.
Lar ;c, well ventilated ..lee )ing
rooms with adjoining bath at FOR SALE-MERCHANDISE
between-season rates,: Young's
I Tourist Rest. 172J Flaaler. JUST IX-Quilted satin bedroom

4 II'lJ.. octlj-tf.: slippers, fur-irittcned. puk,
r t blue and white $1.93. Sizes
AND ROOMS ; NEIL 421 Simonton (next to
Soars). oct20-2t
The Stutr Hotel. 410 Fleming
(fPt WirephbW. Street has an efficiency apt. : GARDEN AND LAWN
and several sleeping rooms vacant : SUPPLIES'Vegrtable
HENRY WALLACE (right). pfogMuin Party presidential caedidata;listens to a hillbilly 'band Low weekly or monthly ;

.....* 19 lanai kuaared people gathered: ia Dal ten. Ca. at the Church of God of the. rates. octl-tf seeds. Variety; chart
Uam. MMbly. Musicians... Dennis Smith (lei) ef Monticello,1 Ky- and M. O. Brewer olKf. 1 fur Southern Triodes tt the
j Na4aa. Don West (center txecutive secretary cf Georgia PrCresiive party. claps bands.HH'll FOR RENT-COTTAGES Kt'vVt: t Gciden and Lawn
Supply Co. 914 Fiemlng St..
--- --- Furnished small cottage. Adults,; Tel. 1019. ocll9-tf

\a IjllILD TODAY: A Good TOAVIITo i TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS pets. Phone 222-M..oc 9-2tx 625: LOST ,

f (Know America)
; N.r
f ir, .
( Prof. John Dewey of New Furnished cottage living, room. B'cycle, Blue Racer type.>> Wt-st-
.l De From bedroom, kitchen bath. Navalotficer's field niakt. with basket. La-
York f.1mej"philosoph'r, born
Phone 751-W. i
family. j cen. No IMS. Reward no
CLA TWOnTIlY. England-(ff Burlint3n, Vt. 89 years ago. oct202tx question asked. 508 Sur.on-
-Tbu village of 120 residedhcn U. S. Senator Wayne L. Morse ; ton Street oct9-2t
of Oregon born in Mac isrori' :
Wisv Furnished cottageAdults only.
) a sin.tktelephone. If fte "
.... 43 years ago. No pets818 Olivia Strst i i 'STORAGE
% II'
*r -
beaks out or a doctor is James Wright Brown, retired octZO-Six f
Uf has tile vHreuii of! MX M rncvclt takes the .
Me., > n'f' editor of Editor and Publisher 1 fled Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
WMMI H as, to the open and neighboring '(m"\. New York
bori. in Detroit, 75 FOR RENT-HOUSES corr ercitl. Phone ?98&
Went H as tuc+emol, natural and: The village also lacks eklrictt years ago. I !! oct i tf
Ua.*l. tMtoad of ke bUt service sn'l tork -
+oin?: it a po I Jv7ilUam W. Wurster.. famed Two-bedroom furnished house.'
hli.i'M ...4 tabeo and thus :r I
architect, dean of the Mass. Institute Adults only, no pets Apply! HELP WANTEDFEMALEWant
maktoq H. .. ha Suhfcnbe To The .
M been iatfcc Citin i>f Technology's School of : 1000 Duval Upstairs- ,
e a... s muttt of cant usion. Architecture born in Stockton, | octl8-6txt neat colored girl mot'nings,
._y staid ..Mencar.." o j'nal nl srcal adjsimentgiwwin
years ago i : four or five days a week. Ap-
o.tNM Ifehrtfity report Thtse ; put of he sx Dr. Sara Mv Jordan of Boston, i 4 Furnished house no children or ply upstairs 62-1 Fracas Si.
....... IMM art ewee to civTW factor are among the ny>i diffii noted physician, born Newton, 1 pets. Apply 1113 Grinnell SL l.t'3t
.a..k I cull and vital. Your people Mass., t>4 years ago. octl9Ytx'WANTED '
.rf wt was l*.p aced by i ..tnilves, ininistt"-s Charles E. Ives of West Redding Cocktail waitress wanted. Good
I .--, Js4t.i M WaHerr -reation leaders social
Monet < <
Conn., noted hours.
.... .........n -W .KriuratkQ w.irkeis rewgniz thcimportance composer : !i pay good tips good Ap-
Pulitzer winner born in
prize : ply in person ai Weaver's
=::::t ii wl |.fecesthe nIt cf education in this area; but D.rnbury Conn., 74 years ago. ;i Someone wihi1C4) donate a: Stock Island. oct20-3t
5r i- sac ytstf.wttce n ny110 f'11.intentil---d people t _
Judge Sherman Mmton of the ;; piano to Post 3911. Veterans of _
...... ra. i.R in sad lack a clear roilS c understand- 7th U. SCircuit Court Indiana, Foreign War*, pleas contact i i HELP WANTED-WAL
M to ........,. u wn the'I ing"of objectives, rfntent. methods. born in Georgetown, Ind., 59 Tony Arthur, Phone 4 IS. AND FEMALE
I III alt. paranU and th eluui and personnt.} to meet thisneed.1 years ago. oct20-3t

.:.seaet: '' ; Will Rogers, Jr., of Beverly I I i! Manager for small hotel. Con-
:as that the prove t. There nu'1t'yous sources to :|: }ills., Cal. ex-congressman, son WE NEED A SECOND HAND'f: pie. Apply P. O. Box 703. Can
.O -- .4 son iA'.ibn which you can Jjrn. for sex ed- oi toe late humorist-actor, born. j PIANO for' otir elub. house! I!I hold other position. octl5-tf
ent>tuti Artr.trarwi..4 Heir ewnoMev uration. / ;! in New York, 36 years ago. ; What have you? Lions Club, ; .
.., w Ruts **4 girl*. The Amerio*' Social Hygiene ;| Dr. Ernest II:lI 1h e. president call Nevy Armayor. Phone 20. ;| WANTED-SALESMEN
lhita ttsnw. ow to the fact Association mentioned"'above, of the Miami University Oxford, ; odro3tFOR ;
tttlti e ,.... p.r..ta nar UvH <- with 34 yeff' experience is Ohio, bom in Walker Karss. 58 ;' Man or woman wanted- fur

rs -.. "...**'.'* Adequate Inortiiurch- '' ready to hap parents youthleader years ago. i RENTBUSINESS :i Rawieigh busines ia City (If

and community groups. PLACES I Key West. Xo experience need
a hwiw. NINo&. Their films md pamphlets, can i Wellington New Zealand, was II! ed to start Full or part t lN'.
atii ....ta rrlrs sw ttpccccan- tje 'securatfrom national offices ; the world's first city to municipalize Large store for rent Ressoni Sales easy to make and profits
h sgt....elrehi W thin pro- at 1700 8radway1 N"York.. its milk supply. i able. Apply 923 Whit Street JocttUt large Start immediately. Wi te
...... (ldtweMwn It.. one in One...o'Phlet thev issue is ,, I Raw Ielah's. Dept- FAJ-660-l'JO.
f.. ol m..t heirs a pert IVrimporteot rolled ;pbHcation No. 778 "A United States Public Health Ser- I Memphis. Tenn.
h._'.... tuarat of (II FormuWor Sex Education. It viC'tO- which offers films and lit- : FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS I octlt-13-14-18-20-21x
p.Ipeslp.Ip cWldr-eD' f fferj i I ofepsule form tau; kinds; eraturefor the asking.- I I -

r :........n a. &two y aft c-f thin children of various egogruupr&hould j Voluntary and independent Overseas Hotel low rates. Coffee I WANTED TO RENT

eret.... ......h t'ttes't know about sex, agentfie-3 Irke'the loca}- par?nt- shop bar. oct26tMEKZLLXJCEOU3
habit that should have been.!j teacher associations the YMCAI I'I WANTED TO RENT __ w tag

4asltw4.ject the Amer.Ispline f form-. and tastes, preferences!I and tho'YMCA, and the local I I -- Furnished house or apartms nti
... Aend.tMeat and I tit f development. I j j prepaied to aid both parent and lj i fans repaired. OTJrtant Phone i Phone 9166. Ask for Trauth.

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The Citizen Oilier-.
I10UCS By Wade Miner .
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Uta'd Tlasar4
Chapter 8YITALTER Hal picked up was aJGaI that the
Thelma lioe. that t w r tar s.e. Iik..os'
Degler Key West High Grad JAMES took another
.' "DopeClapp asked.0MarijuanL' .
puff on his cigarette. I r Wtrr.'. t+e l
Married Li .Morgant own Virginia 'Anyhow, we did pretty well- From here?* W'It.
;, .
Hal and L I was from Cincinnatibut "That's right
Announcement of the marriage "How do know?* hash
pink satin and feet, with a.flower Hal was a native son-he'd you
of Miss Thelma Jeanne headdress. "The first of August IUI Bw
Shq carried a'jiose-r: I been 'a star ,halfback somewhere to Denver on a case lie was C.M
Drgler, who graduated from Key gay-of pink roses. and'jwhUapompoms. down there in "his younger days a lot longer than b* should haw
,. West, High School Class of '47, and that didn't hurt business any. been. I didnt think anything Wit
will interest her class-mates and )< "I And he was as friendly with our at the time bccauM he was Ms test L ytrn tiid
Mr. Pill was attended by cheats as if ne was selling can. own boss. When I cot iate ftta
;: friends in this city ? Ronnie Metheny as best man. Made a good front man. But h* Diego Thursday drove strJffcl he asli
Miss Degler, the daughter of Ushers were Lewis Hunter and was smart for all his size." to tits airport They showed a ml stab Ihh tai
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keener of Orlando V cchib. Clapp grunted. LanU coming in beat Vmt
Morgantown, Virginia, becamethe A reception was held in the: ,: "So that was the way we ran through L A.. staying hen ,.. :
bride of Richard Pill son of home of the bride's parents following our business. Hal got.out and met days"and Ajring bait u.e si..e L .
our clients and 1 ran the office way. alias a.
Pars. Pearl Pill of the the A tiered
,and kept up the contacts with -ItH take more than that to e.e. .t C art
August 21, in the Spruce street :; wedding cake"centered the serv- people who weren't our clients' Involve this towa.

Methodist Church, M rgantow n. ing table and fall flowers were ,but who .we needed just as badly "Okay. Tare dn alUr Wl -r.i.. .. L ,
The double ring ceremony was used in the rooms. Mrs. Lewis got back from Oenvrr ..m. >ffcejr yes the .
performed by the Rev. Lacy H. Hunter sister of the groom and :i "Okay. So you and your. Hal Scouts found him parked M Ma .fi r '
Burns at 7 o'clock in the evening. ( Mrs. Franklin :McCloskey. the got along like two worms in a car on the outskirts apt .e.rsaf d -* MI,
The chancel was banked in bride's aunt served the wedding big red apple. So what?" Somebody had emptied a .ft sots. MIk' .fiadh--/tilt r."N eS
: I '"Hal had a wife EtheL They him. He'd been dead all ..a&.
palms and ferns with baskets of cake. Mrs. Max Bloss of Orlando,
Were crazy about each other. She "What did the U5 4I
I pofcr | ?
white gladioli and roses. Cathe- :: Fla.. was at the punch bowl tall
was a good-looking
blonde "Nothing. Not Hw
even MA
dral tapers were lighted beforethe r| Following a wedding trip the and Hal was proud ol her." Hal's walkt ww ....p e.t .*4 ... sa.r h. e 1 4 'i I s,
ceremony. j couple will reside in Morgantown "'*Jealous?" generally earned a".jr payers IM "ad 1.. hies tAe .
The bride who was given in where Mr. Pill is employ : Not of m*. If that's what was working on la IMS inside e.*4 / e at ha .. -
marriage by her father, wore a ed. you're getting at." x. pcK'ket-that pocket was tm.>.. fir t we+. '
white slipper satin gown the; The former Miss Degler lived 'You married too. And be dMnt b.r. wry a "Wire Meer"N. I :
fitted bodice having long sleeves in Key West for several year I Tm a free agent" He gave letter or a thine tellmg me intent
and drop shoulder neckline. I with her sister Mrs. Louise Lauia Gilbert an oblique glance. progress be bad made era ...... S..
a Her(xed mouth curved faintly at ever it was. 11.7'he ........ ? has. i.shire I j
The hoop skirt terminated in a' Crutchfield, 7-A Naval Air Station thejbrners.TlUt. made
any progress. M*,b* aesee-
short train and the fingertip veil 1 while she attended...'high : was the setup," said body just thought be Met.- +e.-ilia lair :' .
fell from a tiara of orange bios- school. Upon graduation jsnti ret i Waited James,'"and we never got "I lUNa his wti t-k 1* ya (
!'soms. White rosebuds with satin turned to 16:)rgantchRrf and inv lfed because we kept our ha Laura Gilbert vew/w.i
markers were on the cover of worked there until her ,marriage* n9Se; clean. But the way the softly. '" (.
the white prayerbook which she i Mr. Pill was graduated from I agency operated sometimes Hal "W never found mrf.* said :
tarried. Morgantown High School in.:.1944 didn't'Jcnow what I was doing Walter James. "She WM to ,...<*< weft, tinny Lases
and I idn't know what he at the time and SMC
was aevcr eaewe M
Mrs. Patrick Ryan the bride'sonly and spent 30 months m.theNavywith doing. Lad about two months ago back. Checked out .f her h.4ti apt Ilre st ti
attendant wore a gown/ o f two years overseas duty. -July-1' l stumbled onto some 'with a few personal Mime. awl ,, Wi WI v "
.-.- ------ -- __0-- thing h couldn't handle. Only be disappeared. Left most ., her tsr .
---- -- ----- -- --
thought Hiecould.. He didn't tell clothes." t r "' .
Mrs. Florida Lester Honored At me. much about it, said he didn't .. 'r.'.
I know anything definite. But the "It fHAT makes you s. ..... tfcftt i
Atlanta ops had been having this towr. in Uye..edT* I_ aaa t/re
llirlhdav Party.. Tuesday.. Evening trouble fat some time with pretty Clapp passed his hand *..*% :
eo good-sized loads of dope being over his tanned far*. ;
The Gray Lady Corps entertained !rorful J flowers, greenery and flow- distributed across the South- "1 wasn't-up uirtd tit* ....a.
with a party at the County j j eying I shrubs lending a festive and apparently out of Atlanta. tonight. Three days after fM :::
i air to the occasion. They bad called us and said if was killed I '"
get a Up- ff If .st beI. :
Home for the Aged on Tuesday!j j Roy Schneider: a younthfulI we got any leads along that line phone. It was a owa's v.ea.. ft ..,
evening, October 19. Honored ,]I I newcomer to Key West delighted to cut them in. Well whatever said that U I told UM mtptM atNavy N .%..iaesMIIEM I :

guest was Mrs. F. Lester on the the guests with a program on old -- :

occasion of ncr 87th birthday. Mrs.j I songs ranging from "Happy Birth- i "Sancy ?exleie"Practicing \ : 11'it. I
Lester was pitsented with a love- I day" to "Home Sweet Home." Mr. j cs Start IIHl7'w. =
ly gift, courtesy of Mrs. Yvonne j Schneider accompanied himself :

Baillod. I I on the guitar. For ;i.Rowling Setison .. NI nh.A I ,
Refreshments of ice cream gift j j Gray Ladies who participated {
of the Navy Officers Wives' Club.''I were Mrs. Clifton Evans Jr.. Halloween Dcbnt 'I Navy Wives snit .4 Mat U S 5.. 1 e

and a beautifully decorated cake ;j Chairman of the corps. Mrs. Ruth Naval Station ........ Awe aaTuel was ham M es 0LaaMtoatr. I

which was a gift from Mrs. Fran- Jackson and Jeanne flight They The "Saucy loxtette" which y mums lar Ma hat PMa*r111

ces F. Edwards were served toj! were assisted by lvfr. and Mrs. will make its d but during the session of tfc" waML at L LCD Ma I.aWa .
the guests wru/were assembled in :j Bethel.Mrs. Halloween Ccstune Dance at > :::
the'Commissioned Many beginners...!* a fwst try Ou*e T* ,
the lounge of the Home. Both the I. Carola Nettles ExecutiveSecretary Officers Mess, I.
I I at the awl ..,... ...
lounge and dining room were decorated of the Key West Chap- Fit-Taylor. Saturdty; October 30. gar ff a >rrs
tJ r
with large bouquets of col- ''ter ARC was also present. has been selected aid L working with their soccer is M.sehWi s 1M aw
/1/ale. dal a..f
down the pin I
diligently, it is annJunced. .
The girb. will entually I I, Luettle Blai r M JiiaiMM ae.w.r Alala, hlr ..ghthaew ,

quire escorts fortheir ne- 'i; with 129; Betty .sMram .....
I Marianne Nichilson Given Farewell 1 these gallants to bt announced dance I 1 M for second tad ... I'MSHMMV ,, atU
and Dorothy> Gravel Mid far ttard I s Q 1rt
late!. The
"piece lresistance"
Luncheon By Co-Worleers Monday is jthe mysterious that's'known 'place with 11' ....'.. fellW tell:.. ,ig.dtw
; as Lulu Ble.; j AH Navy WU.. are .......j t. ia.Msrs I'
Miss Marianne Nichilson Amer- lent: Mesdames Yvonne Baillod, Lulu join the every 'fha11M11p f
ican Red Cross field director at I Evans, Zenobia Harwood Belles identity will tanain a secret j Imonung! at 16 u'rfcwkAppiyToWctl. > tilt. slf
the local Naval Hospital: who ispresently [Jeanne Hight Emily Goddard, until.her appcarucc on the I ,
being transferred to Ft. Ruth' Jackson Anne Carleton all 30th. J\ fwd Mr. O H : :
Jackson, S. C, was entertained bya I I Gray. Ladies, Miss Duggan Chief The "Saucy Sextei." mom"bars' :! I 1iM+ sfrwti
co-workers at an informal Nurse. U. S. Naval Miss are Dotty Murrn_, Marge I Ii "
group of .
I .
AppI-M-ations.. ....,,.. .
'I Haines, Ruth Helloi i i i Mew
luncheon Monday Oct. 18. Beaulah Thaxton ARC Rctrca- S' B:. t> M1w.1.w1a1y IIH
Miss Nichilson was presented witha 1|:tion Director, Naval Hospital and Hayes. Dotty Packard ad Laura 'RS office were filed yesterday M Man I i / M aaerM "
McCdL: I f' of Ce.aratr J.._. __ ""I "
lovely gift as a token of friend- Mrs. Carola Nettles ExecutiveSecretary f stdm.isldg
I R. Lord by a.......
Mrs. P. H. Fitzgerald! Hi I ;
ship from the Key West Chapter in
gro p. I charge of.he costuming ', of the U D. N.w a.. LldIM 1 is ii ti
The following ladies were pres- ARC. ?f thissaucy
Odoro. 21. 4f 294 IWrkibv A....
--- -- -- ----- ----.____ ___ __._ _.___ f group. .. j: Eawm N IUn.n. M. | :
--- --- -- ---- ----- u 1 u 1Mr j
1 \ 'I U. S. Navy and Mary UM Metlrle i i A dlairwr ear
Still Carloshonor \{ Sunday Dinner Sewing ConiiiiitteeAt I',23. of B +Me. ....... b M .' rawr..l. stints + ss
t hs.r .
Mc* *r, :31. ol Hw U Ki&Iary Sasy .eIs 1 e..ird esIle :

Roll \?| For Sailors I Monroe Cotntyl' DonMhy Lalto. )+. of lltl .rahj.ewigr
'La CooHw H..
M. aM hy ......

For Six Weeks ;!I Is Suggested I Hosp.' Tomorrow i jVirzuua> Heintr., 27 E*e*rM tiro* hl.err.uw U ft Say, .Md y eataes. .Re.a.}re..11. ...areSM S a dteer.

1 1 '17-B Porter ..... 1
The .
Following is the honor roll atSan Remember the old song which hospital sewing commttee l'iueeewsel 5 1- '
1 i said. "Dear Mom I miss will meet tomorrow at then- ..
Carlos school for the last sixweeks your +aNitaw+N.N AL.w
: i' apple pie. Mom I miss 701 roe County Hospital at :2 prvAnyone SSh
j too?" desiring transportstiri; i j --
Children's Department j, It sounded during the war marontact Mrs. Rutt tclephoip 111111111'11"1"1 wile
(Elementary; Spanish and English) i i years over radio and from jukeboxes 420-W. i..inr Of*
Kindergarten Luis Mariscal. Mrs. Reggie Pritchard. PUblicltl
I : it we heard in Army nn the .
th1 & wtirtr weir thaw aa* MI (.f
calls Itat
Carolyn Griffin. attention to >tM1 dilllTNVrAY
I I camps and Nary recreation law sad daii m T. Mr. aaal Mr /
First Grade: Cecilia Fernandez '1 halls. fact that the correct title of the aIeit NAgee. II.t Cahrrrwr ; \

Second Grade Nancy Jamardo. I I j Iff Key West today there are municipal hospital is Monroe ...h.t.i stlr Mrn..H..lw.t
George Disgdiertt, Nclso Jamardo j i several thousand sailor boys County Hospital and that hereafter i.w itorero.
Third Grade: Celido Pons, Miguel away from their homes and it will be referred to by that j 111.tT et I p>e* ss
ManscaL Mario Disgdiertt. I t I I families. Would a home cooked I name i i'.\:>KI. Ca M, Maaetas fa. 1I

Fourth Grade: Gloria Digdiertt} meal taste good to them? Would I I |. Anew radiMseiv Assrrg loot rit
Perfect Attendance: t the comforts and the warmth ofa Presbyterians To {Nt a mirror. frretN nerd
Charles Roberts, George Dis- ; home and a family circle seem |hceUjj unit Thr elrrtrir ItflM Ml Wew.n'. A.reahaa. rL4fatae.ra
gdiertt. Mario Disgdiertt, Gloria Lke heaven to them? Have the |+ne| urkn a i ipaialis t'Ar.IMelwe.t
Disgdiertt Barbara Matulcc Martha I Yes you betcha they would: I Supper In : .itdt so thai il I.n be ua- Mil r.... NSir
Roberts Miguel Mariscal Ma- I so would a few hours visit witha dcpena'nlh theEunpcans he.l+wR r/ete +!>Asim C1- r
ria Pazo. Cecilia Fernandez Nclso' family of home folks. Here is Annex Tomorrow I t

Jan-do. Nancy Jamardlo your opportunity: Invite one or I The -. der rl..aua.arrw 4alai. .
Ladies Sliri'Tlietlrlliiijjr
Adults' I Auxiliary of the '
Department two bluejackets for dinner next First :ca k tO
(Conversational Soanish Lessons) Sunday why doncha? have Presbyterian Church will i std vas Set alrr.a.s I
OUTSTANDING .+ a supper in the church annex .
STUDENTS: Just call the Chamber of .I Pul tanned MM
Beginners Mrs. Walter Beebe. Commerce 599. and tell how I'''to S, o'clock.tomorrow evening from 6 ;, .re's p.. Me

Dorothy Cravat Toni McCulj j many you want. They'll be sent. 'church, their All friends members and friend of the SINCAr>KC_-..e -Ku,...M? .s4 ses..e as a s w

lough.bold Mn.Lucille Lee Albert Rlais, ,Key WUib--1 J j of the church are invited to attend twiny intenMVttlt other r... I fUIMY. tiR9 aU b

son Clara Kramch NCCS Dance Will this pet-together more. Of than hr rare ear fYy.tx.rc. A,4.-

Advanced Students: AlexanderJ I Mrs. B. C. Pap)'. chairman of between s'Fur-yaa rrrsre.e.i I lla.. var. .. .
Cherry. Kathleen Watkins. 'I Feature Vocalists the arrangement committee has Jan '**. "" *"*, II.,1i .
I5 s
.ZZ: pn' ,nf mamrd ...* s
working with her the Men- *
George Watkins F. Steeg Ellswoith James, i I The NCCS Hallowe'en dance for dames r.alph Hartcnstmc. Arch> ran",. matMk -.......* .*. (?,. Neihn., r., 11.a e M 1'g

Spanish Instructor: Miss Benil- 'Servicemen tvSl be held in the I Davis James Sterling. J. I. Brent. ;IVS'ri1111. .**,* I.,. "_ .
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des Remond Club. 1021 Duval street Friday, Glenn Buie. Medora Dow en, W. 'tM mj ,n tier _.wry ..
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period I '''h
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English Instructor: Mrs. Lillian :;October 22, at 9pm. H. Bell Reggie Pntchard. Melrose .ncr.. monist+a n ..llarroihri .t I.. I
W Cowart. I I'i Music for dancing will be furnished I :."cry. Lawrence Hi jigs. F.waran. .aar..aa.aet inns '
by Arent Sjursen and his Christina Rash and James Gamble

Committee Chooses'*orchestra.During intermission several fine I I Sibscribe to"'ati.... wire tsv1sS \\
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Prizes For Ringo vocalists provide entertainment.and accompanists Louis> will An- Seek DivorcesPetitions Medical Test Pty---1Wt- -- Frs u Csmmeis C.U 'tFACE \

astasia will render Begin the Beguine Crut Ie lelim
seeking divorces
Choice of for the Thurs- Jly Tket -
prizes Story of Sorrentino" end were filed y'esterdav m the HANG Mit .
dav: night bingo games:: at the ,WIts : "
accompanied on the office of Circuit Gout ("InkROs FEMALE Cw.a..r.r*. a.wt. *
Commissioned Officers Mess Fort ,
accordion by Nick Potcnte. |{ C. Sawyer by Edward A PhS MM natit w *e IMI .< roe i ,
TP lor. 15 made by a committee j Mike Vonesch will be I.' 5..a -
I accompanied j Schodowski against Doruthc De ear aat t as w "
of members of the Officers Wives:: | by Mary Saunders in some emer Schodwbki; by Bella Evan .Air...L yoo Ve.W.a:r"Ic sa.q.. ifc .aw sad a><< aaay *. ... ". *
Club. appointed each week to select popular I i.a a. esw:; aril f \
numbers, and r.V a..dr. ..i.a4aaat..a.eer.aare
( Snyder geline Sanchez isoss "
items from the local shops. j and his guitar (of Radio fame against Ernest = ,:;, .. ::: .eve ..... .. .
This week.; committee has on.will complete the progra-n. ) Sanchez:Arnold hy Molly Plumseagainst ",",,,.,,,,, .... ....::. '::; ( S e.i Vc.t A.uS. I i .
it the Mesdames C C. Adcll J Refreshments Louis Plumier ::.N1 fire. a. f1ai4.oy tasty ".ia r..r..w.A.R ...
of .ar .reb
cider and I( by Laura pww so .none saw ,.
Frank Buey Ira Kin;. It. H. +J doughnuts and the decorations against Leo Dorothy Von Rath --.1 Ia _, ...". a. at ae..1d. ah. des
Vernon ...
Von Rain. ''
Morgan Hou&rd.Harris.Alexander H band. and ',will them carry out the Hallowe'en'I} and by Frank Allen against i't..ia e wse W.".....,. t
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Rosemary Dolores Floreic LYDIA LpLMK1UM'sLei
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b 1MI o 909 Simonton Street : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : 1 I.I ? El"ctrl.caI- WE REPAIR IT!I. : .f. J j
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e .... t .* BCWNY FERMANDEZ Jlcsy of Action Toys for the Children : : We Will Call For and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS

'.\ 1 WILL RE OPEN SD: OUR Electrical I ': so Y.W'S' &xpa nc. in Electrical Work : Service Station : J i'| '
-- Appliances
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1 i. 'ji1. ..n : rh FRUIT : ., PRITCHARD : and Pressing :
S Your Inriled" : and Fender
J I'A. .... : Fatronag RUSSELL'S Body RcpttriM f
PIaat b aavilAbU& I.y 24 HOUR : '
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,.. .... .. | : eber at BEMNVS Ice Cream. Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL E : Free Pick Up and 5 :S
tw COURT : ; : DRY Delivery Scrric .
r-- .tei4 er ................5.e.e... ; Sick Room Supplies School Supplier : S GOODS SUITS for MEN : : I
<<:. .... ..."- Toilet Preparations and Article: :: HOG OLIVIA : : RADIATOR SPICE ;!
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STREET- WE HAVE NEVER: : : i ...................... ,
;:: hsrq. 11. Easy : BETRAYED A TRUST 5 ,' GLAMOIlOUS?
S and Blackstone Washers 4 ;
CO. Women's
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td .lgw. WE NEVER WILLAmbulance
hM. ...a .;. :. nt DUVAL STREET : Electromaster Ranges : .. .. OPEVFuneral : Cd Set rer r. Nt. ... N.. : f
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: ....... Adnrtil : : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : Service : : Ch.ild ren'slpparcl : S de..t i
) t-, .it..... Ie \.: Pr.dllct, (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : : Telephone 548 : : S -0I: ,
Service j CeW W.1 IRI.t :
.J Jl y<* i... : .Dc* wart FLutic Floor : : 333 PHONES L

r--! ......... a :.. Ca".ring 1 at I.15.e........a..5.1i5..................9150....5... : Never Sleeps :. : ; Established! 1885Licence : A .uft. ...tu.1 ..el. 1 11. '111 ......... :

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I : : .1.'W'J*' Appliances. : : : Directors) and) : : \\'J y.m la. itar' IUf ,..! $1 0 :
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t.:" MON. and SAT. 5 \ S. i PAINING Contractor : Now
b. aveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiTRETT .. Service :: Ovess..s)..... WtDOMALO .b.... R :
Tel. 175
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Harris Ave Key West. Fla, : : 1 Electric i BEAUTY NOOK !i
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at IAM ger : : PHONE 1374-R : Ranges West Fla.SOUVENIRS. Scientific Beauty Culture !
...a.U 4 t'I'I'f'to'ht.t" : j : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : 5 in All Brancli B L:

... f.tFLORIDA : \. Wathinr; Machines for Immediate Delivery :: : : : Thoroughly.: ) E.fMrie 4Cperalws .
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h...yr ... Fire Insurance Former Outocncn FYireWb said) ... !*..*- !..*.<
r: t lJ.... .... DR. COBO'S : on dwelling : Marl and Soil :
mere a a t i 1bldgs. Landscaping, Top Son$ Irr. |
......1 "V4yyI OFFICE : houshold e- by INSURING with 5 I Frances .B Beauty I
b.At : and peroaal : TOP SOIL$6.50 PER YARD or S1J O PER SACK : .. _
Atlantic t)
Fire Insurance Cc. Palk
..p.,4leer wV" FUIomfQ : : : effects.'save : MARL HAULED.55.03 for: 4 YARDS :' : Will Ship to Any Part : .
1.A ,,... Ref e4 La Coach HeW. : : -' 15% on AU PoUciM Xfoa-AsMuabl' 5 Also Lots Cleared; and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of u.s. or Canada 1111 GIUMim& >JIIMMf :
.. .... MercantileStock 5 : (booty Cn/lnre/, *.. .M 1ft.......HId : ,
S. Palacio
1 .1rt W : I I'UONE12i ; : /. L. Crutoe, Agt. Phone 674 : U. c WI i Marcy .
1021 Olivia St. .
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GOLF : '
a.....*. fill :1 5. COURSE :. .r 122 Fleming St. R.M.DanleU.Prop. Phone 10UV : 5 Daily Slut Sunday, : HUESO :

5 !rr .: ::. Cushman Motor\ Scooters :. SERVING 5 P.M. to T\1*A.M. : Appraisals :, ::: BEAUTY SALON :

,.. .. .: :. Sale and Service Immediate Delivery : ; COMPLETE ilinneis f Leases : : Soulheramoet In tbe Us.A.Haw .: .:
..... .... Also A la Carte and Sandwiches Rental a : 1400 DUVAL STREET :
'.. I. MawrW ---- REASONABLE PRICES : :
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BUS r r 7.5 1N0. S Prop rtUi la Key Wad : :: Permanent WAVING ; :

... ,... Ito $4'I' 5 5 !INSURANCEFIRE ad Monroe County 5:: Hair Styling CUTTING !I i .: ..
M 1 1M e ride economical .
Now yon caa an : J. OTTO : :.
: COLrLlHICI : : / Cusiunaa paying lot Motor It... .ad Scooterwhile the s : WIND AUTO BONDS : 5KIRCIIAE Eft :: Spot REDUCING :

.. 1 xmey you eave Oral other ; ad ALL OTHER COMPLETE: : COVERAGE: flEALTOW : Mechanical 1 MASSAGE + : ..
,.. .., I. owtbod ef trensporUtioo,pays : .
Lea 411 Fleming : ::
for a Cabmen. Come !lei farrae Key West Insurance Co. nreet Open Man. WeL ft frl :
: Nov fun// : : ( omatioa. : 119 WhItehead Street 1 :: i

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Directly Fostoffice
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Oft ; :. ?-/four Scm'fvKey : FOR RENT ; JOHN CURRY i : .-
l'If I Itf''''If ..: : West Jerrelcry Co. : 5 S. ,,
: K'. Bur DIAMONDS and ; Our Customers Must : OFFICE: :
.. .. .. \ : HAVE YOU) s.. Dan!! : tlO DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 :
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aaSStar- .OyERSEeCYCl Installations and Repairs .
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pr.e ttl.5ra_ p STREET PHONE 1112
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vnlrv 21 h .: 1,... 81rr- ... %!.. .trk trnrn* Mhllv.. }.. : : "We DeBrer" Phones 781'and 229-W 4
.. ,- : KEY WEST JEWELERY: : : 0 Beet Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town ; School S."MI. :

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Moitng, liaising or Shoring: Houses, Garages' : : Under the Hew OwaSr+)I.p .a4 .1 M OJ.f ,
.,. ... rl.sq.I. .t food' Shopping PU"\BING( "'\ % I i iI : floats or Who Mace: You : .f I OPAL C VAN DtUMCM :

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: ItONDED and LICENSED 11i.ii.l e f.nmf .,/.. lilt ,INIratli.*s :

INSURED CONTRACTOR :.; : FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : : Tastes' In 'I If i.l. /*'.*. ,..,.." :

:. &y All Work Guaranteed "Weeeeeeeeeee'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei- : Corner White head a.4 Ca. eaweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeey lkNs huw5 IMt : .:
CI"\S tUn Installations
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Maintenance{ . .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCASA ..
Coles 1115. .! c.wsrHO' ENRICHED 1 BREAD .: ': Why Pay More When You Can Buy For Less? i

) : -t Repair O Semige : : S3T VSR: YOUR CREDIT "HZ : CORRAL ,22 mvu SftIM

1 b..r.i TJU Foundation of Today" : ': Men', Ladies'and Children's Wear Specialising ;in S.Hh rfHHl a 1AwMP....... :

M... aW tee*:4aW aw.ile U.a! Planning : Prompt .ReliableREASONABLE ; : Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads : DAILY SPECIAL , ... .W.. a..c'O.cP
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; t "yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVTTYYTYT...., ]RELIGIOUS CULTIST WAVES SNAKE '" .- ORDINANCITNO. 222. I TODAY IX HISTORYKnow [ t311. vlaullrii r w.1f >lliilr y c
British "il
If t tas SERIES $44-A.dM. .. __ .-
I infra/ To You. Cm t tI I *, x .r.. .,< ,ft COMMISSION i ( Afnirlw) trnda" : alller ::: ... *
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I t. : 1774S3 members ft the IItrie.44a d+.
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I Too Late To Classify :t b KEEP. HARBOR OR MAINTAIN ROOSTERS First ganize Continental the American' OncreM As-uciation.v- .t-tt-bevies...... Nita w"'r N..

I Looks LIVE CHICKENS, .. fit
i Up' OR PIGEONS WITHIN pledged to do no business, with deem' t'umt'' .. a e.LU ,
.Wmuntst e..
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Britain. Anterww" ra/i
1 I 'sn

whose trade the
IJ "ti< the t tws you will b* at least ought to be willin to pay banks weavers of the Thames on SURROUNDING PROPERTY and discourage -

.....t ...n i >,). .. new you gnt f hi* expenses while he is there :nd IJ a before the birth of Christ goes are back re- OWNERS OBJECTING TO THE horse"raring . l-j help win .1 I CHRISTMAS

Ir NIF >-t-tN -'is> whether orI even at the new scale that's just i + t i gaining prosperity after a be- KEEPI G., HARBORING OR war
I I.M I ,'- j" < >.f.)!. ;.w IrglslatorsMbiwt I about all it will amount to. | .. aC tween-the-wars-slump. MAINTAINING OF CHICKENS, 1818- United States and
.. ft...> the check : PIGEONS IN Britain the joint occupation I I TOYSNOW
'i t n j present HI bet If you were to on After.World War L, the 9,000 ROOSTERS AND agree on

the lobbyist who go to Tallahas-: I l acres of willow beds dwindled to .THEIR PARTICULAR NEIGHBORHOOD of Oregon. r.

ee and stay through the session d tc 2,000 acres. Floods of cheap im- MAY OBJECT TO 1820 Spain rc fo8 Florida to ON DISPLAY

you'd find that they spend from t ported baskets; dro\4 many bas- THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH PER- the United States.18CO VIe Oat C...SRMM.
$21 to $.'))0 a day, and if the folks l ket makers out of business. MIT OR CAUSE SAME TO BE :: -Historic forged "frev LAY-A-WAY HJUHIALLMARK
who hire them consider it a good t Aerial warfare 'during World REVOKED; PROVIDING PEN- Letter" printed in a N'w York

investment it ought to be an even p, + War II brought them back in bus- :ALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION newspaper just before cfcetfcmthat : .[. CARDS
r to OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS Garfield favored Ch ne-*
better one for the people pay in !3s. Thousands of willow bas- :

their representatives a decent s kets were used for "air drops" of ORDINANCE; REPEALING ORDINANCE I immigration, then a Mtlr.oul The Hobby Shop
I NO. 219 COMMISSION issue.
w.,e. ,,t supplies.
It s You cant expect a man to do ::Ibana.up hit Now to conserve funds Britain SERIES.. OF THE ORDI'I'I II I 1883-The Baltfcnore Polytechnic lIDS Divides K ....... $4r 1

job day in ani day is using its own baskets Instead;; of NANCES OF THE CITY Institute DaHimore. Md.
'for' CO days if he las to sleep out't y importing them. The present labor I WEST. FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING established-the ewantry's hr.'

park benchdo his own l'. force of about 7,000 is expected to WHEN ORDINANCE vocational scliool.191C i'.
have doughnuts and coffee for GOES INTO EFFECT. -Germany uneffihy. a-' 3WiTTN!
rise to 25,000: :> because of
i breakfast h Urttle of Coca-Colif J ment training programs., for the !I i Be it enacted by the City Commission cepts PrrsidcotVhua's, a.. r; >. w r ivzit
'for lunch and an apple and milk blind anJ partially disabled of the City of Key West lice conditions.
t I for supper. That's about all $6 a' persons ,Florida: 1941-Pref.idrnt Ilwo' "'rth) cr- '1R 1lE 'l AGI

i 1 day will provide in Tallahassee ;? Ii Section 1. No live chickens. peals to John L. Lewis V. top

'dunnf' a legislative session and: it I I A new way to serve snap beans I!roosters or pigeons shall be kept, the coal strike. rlr rcfst or

don't 'leave anything for shoe ; ,, is to: team them with cream sauce I I harbored or maintained within 1943-U. S. Fifth Army c'vs' ;
shines or pants pressing. and top them with grated cheddar the City Limits of The City of Key I .. ..... -----
'' And while we are on the subject .K'' ru t0 cheese. If crisp strips of bacon i,West, Florida, unless the person' r yyy.. YTTyyTTT.TyySTRONG
r 1 it might be well to consider AN UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN SHOUTS AND WAVES a copperhead and: broiled herbed tomatoesare lowning i or leasing or occupying ARM BRAND 1 t 1

J .. y- "' liv-ing : ) snake:! to the accompaniment cf weird music end a I added you will have a delec I i the premises on which chickens, TRIUMPH 1
; I|roosters or pigeons are kept harbored -
1 UStL1. KAY table! vegetable luncheon
J chant at a convention ef religious cultbts: ia D .h.-n. I plate. COFFEE
strange ''
are Just a* high as anyone else's.I or maintained shall first secure -
t few a Solon Poorest ,I realise tha: ,thereare a lot of N. C, Pclice raided the convention two days in succession: aaJl I Flavor cottage cheese with [ possess and maintain a permit MILL 'Ji GARDNER'S PHARMACY

j 1 .,.,Ily fa Country them on the payroll during a session seized snakes froci the cultists. I II [ authorizing the use of the; .=.
sugar grated orange rind and .e.ill U
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I I 1114 DMtMM 9C a' r
that aren't worth even the$6 I premises for such purpose from
; pl't' (1I I Iitr .......... III petm ,' day they receive, but there ORDINANCE NO.: 221"----: raisins ing. This and makes use as a pancake fill- I the City Sanitary Inspector of The ( Grocer .lb..* 17? rIM ...+ary .

t: = ...w........1 far" i iHaefrta'a I Viper'ud1 are hundreds of clerks and CO1K.*m=>ron SERIES t after: a salad luncheon.a good dessert City of Key West Florida, or .........& &&Lla.ltaJW __ ..... .. ..

!stenographer who work like Ai ORDINANCE AMENDING : I such other City; Official designated -
ttrttlalnn< .*.4 reprrctnt [ to perform the duties of a
I .....a w I'h' 'wsl pried .1 ar+y in-1| 28. COMMISSION ; NOTICEA City Sanitary Inspector .

.. ......-n ... 'soy haven't bad I t If the legislature could weed out 1 NANCES SERIES OF: THE OF THE CITY ORDI-OF I i public hearing will b3 held Section 2. Any one or more

.. ___ .-Iwy ware fro by City Commission of the .
Mle deadwood and work out a plan t KEY WEST. FLORIDA SAME City neighbors or surrounding proper.
..... W .... MmYnetltronM to pay employees oil the basis of j i of Key West Florida at the ty owners of the premises whereit
*. tap ... uhUutl.,'" their ability, hours of work and aI l BEING AN ORDINANCE RELATING I I Commission Chambers in the is desired-thai chickens roostersor

.Kai .+a .......... may hive mponsibiLty it would be a good] M TO THE IMPOSING i I i City Hall. Friday. November': pigeons be kept harbored or
-- s kA .. ttttttlt.. M MM** day. thing ani make' for a. smoother;. 1943 at 8:00 P oM-. for the pur- maintained having any valid or
tI1M N ta1111 .. ..., ItTrrlllg tuday. running more efficient : I i iw TAXES ON PRIVILEGES: BUS pcoe; of hearing parties in inter- substantial objection or objections -

w ..s.... ..*. NwH'.. in TilM tion. INESSES. OCCUPATIONS AND- est in regard to the following ) to the keeping, harboring or
111tu11 T distal a iglaiehre thaMrtlt As it stands now, : I changes from: ..maintaining of chickens roosters
as rr/h a .$lnrtl .. hfce try. who b I really capable 1 1t AND ENGAGED IN WITHIN RESIDENCE "B" TO '. or pigeons in their particular

s. le vet a y IMtI a wMhp.rk. silly to take a job in Tallahassee THE CITY OF KEY WEST BUSINESS "B" ,neighborhood, may cause the City

.14 resl'1iir. OllieMr1 for two months at $6 a day when FLORIDA. BY CHANGING CER- Commencing at a point One Sanitary Inspector or such other tr
'glr'ed -M days" they can make twice that at hone I TAIN FEES LEVIED AND IM- Hundred ((100) feet South- i City official designated ta perform
.. .. lid ............nwbl POSED UPON BU iNFSSES ,
., and have a permanent job as well. I t easterly of the Southeasterlyside the duties of a City Sanitary In-
....... slit that-.. 13 a week 1 recall that during the last session v OCCUPATIONS OR PROFES of Southard Street and l jspector, to refuse to issue such a

... I .....-. ISie IMVS hJ to legislators had a hard time i SIONS. AND BY ADDING NEW Two Hundred ((200) fet t permit, 'or .revoke such ptrmit6 At

Iwtrto flew p..... M twlr out finding able and experienced help BUSINESSES. OCCUPATIONSOR keep, harbor or maintain chicken -
/r... .I i --. wMh. ....... K you because of the poor pay and high aD PROFESSIONS UNDER i Southwesterly of the South- I, roosters or pigeon
side of ) Street
.. ksMKsac team 11 to cost of living- SECTION OF SAID ORDI- ;1 .- and thence Djuval in South-t. j Section 3. Any per30n.,.firm or t
".. : If those who work through the NANCE: DECLARING THIS a corporation that fails to obtain t
K$350 4r iI iJik ik direction to the
easterly center I
cession were paid on the basis of ORDINANCE TO BE AN EMERGENCY I f permit under tjjis Ordinance or
line of P tronia Street
.. ,. .
t till at 11t "
a apwp a guyt1tr.1 ability at a wage equal to or better MEASURE. AND BY shall continue to keep harbor or
thence Southwesterly
M tar MMM*) .high living than U offered by private employer UNANIMOUS VOTE OF THE run jn a !' ''maintain chickens, roosters and i

.0 ... &.... III .. lousy *. I think legislators would! COMMISSION DISPENSING>> [ direction to the center ''pigeons after such permit has
..... ..... ? t line of TerryLane: extended; I
II" find they could get along with a WITH THE NECESSITY OF been revoked shall upon conviction -
...s. ..(........ the hate' and i f thence run NorthWsierlvpsrallfl
tow .kit less attaches than they'now READING Till! ORDINANCE ,, be punished by fine hot to
..... a ......-- rt the employ and at the same the work AT TWO REGULAR Mr. .T- : ) with i Whitehead t>exceed Fifty ($50.00)) Dollars or 4/T<

M to give to N job would be more efficiently done. I INGS. NOT JESS THAN ONE: I Street to a' point One Hun- ; by imprisonment in the City Jail

frtin. a SMsskiw iiismsi. awl But governmental operations WEEK .'\I'ARTNO: IflOVIDIN'GsWIIEN .|I. fired (tOO) feet Southet-rtcr- not to exceed Sixty ((60)) days.

I- >.
.9rt14 ...... NiM ores the pre. we will probably always have a I INTO EFFECT.Be I. of Southard Street: thence 219 Commission Series, of the

./.d t.Itire r IMC eseughle lot of people on the payroll who I u enaoitii by the City Commission run in a Northeasterly direction .Ordinaces of the City of Key

1 ? awuii.nI .......OC. thY don't do much more than get in of The City cf l Ktv W-;1. to the point or place of West, Florida be and same is 4-"
tp/v..I hlliraltae. N. ......... pay the way of folks who are really: I Florida: | beginning. hereby repealed. TILl I

Mr 1.11 yeses balit4 aM ..f you working.I Section 1. 'l"ho.t: -ctk.n 4 of i and from Section 5. This Ordinance shall:

... I r vats w41 rt'w' fur ..t. Anyhow, we can take care of i Ordinance No. 218:, Commission' BUSINESS "A" TOi j jgo into effect Ninety ((90)) days .
y.... -w1.r trill lw1/r rey.eKSa1 our senators and, st i BUSINESS '"B" /
representatives) I SeriES. of the Ordinances cf T..; after its passage and adoption ZL
.... a-w yews' _poJot by voting<< for Amendment No. 4, I Cuy of Kev Wes Florida same ( Part of Lot Two ((2). Square j' and authentication by the signature t ,

.. Mr e .rwv ailtd. yur asb. and when they get to Tallahasseenext being, Ordinance relating to I Four ((4). Tract Four (4)) \\i\ the of the presiding otticer and '
sn :
..+ ..rtttilp. ....... J I
.1" Spring maybe they can do City of Kev West. Florida. being
the imposing of icon'I :?s and other i the Clerk of the Commission ami
t" +1w11r .. WV MfA a..M1.h I oft something for those deserving attach I I described by metes and bound
y taxion privileges: businesses, {publication 'thereof one time in a I
e --- .anrl MMM and .... bump ** who really put out duringthe as follows: of general circulation .
.. -r- occupaiion and professions carried newspaper
T... ...
I s&t . it wee cession.I Commencing one hundred
t on and engaged in within published in The City of Key
- ----i i The Citv of Rev West, Flor- | (100)) feet from the corner of West, Florida.

NEWDRESSActress_ ida, be and the l same is am nd- Olivia and Simonton Streets. Read and passed on first reading : .
Joan Fontaine wears a cocoa I ed by changing certain fees lev-I and running thence along at a regular meeting held October -

STAMPS I IN THE NEWS brown shantung jacket-dress and ied and by rdding new business- Simonton Street in a North- 4, 1949.t : a -

I I IU. flowered hat of brown straw. |I es. occupations or professions as west direction fifty-one (51) Read and passed on final reading -
i' feet. Four (4)) inches: thence: t
at a regular meeting held
ha follows*JM at 1YO KftONlSH 'I : II
If yolk family likes the flavor I j Apartment houses for in a Northeast direction One I October 18 1948.

of garlictry) sprinkling carrot and I each apartment or Hundred (100)) feet: thence i (s) MAITLAND ADAMS

1h. sew S. C'GIDJMmOfatin' stamp honoring Will Rogers. 'celery sticks with a dash of garlic I I unit $ ':.50 ,I in a Southeast direction fif- i Mayor
: salt before serving- I : ty-one ((51)) feet, fourI) i Attest:
ttislt.i11 AaLtllsa hilMollM and homespun philosopher will be i Blacksmith} 20.00 ;
i inches; thence in a Southwest I VICTOR LOWE, .
alt lirat aaIe : I Ii I Electricians not engaged -
day at Oaremore. Okla.. Nor. 4. 1 hundrdI L J
I direction one Clerk.
,---a..... wee bas William Penn Adair Rogers on Nov. 4.ropinq j i LEGALS 'I in contracting feet of begin City
I with without I ((100)) to place oct20-lt:!
A. l work or -
..". (Vlraou. oct raballiaUd with humorous I

...... ........ .film. to mUUoDL He called hs unique drawl com I 1TIIE.RLi\F\Tli: : 'IIIe.t.-n'I Jl'OI nU'1I.HT .OF 1'111(1 THE-!(?'I stock: : ..OOi I! ning. VICTOR LOWE.
.. ..... i >carrying::: stock Liberty is the basis of Demo
t.V Ok1.h.s1. .-- J IT OK Till ST\TH: OK KI.O-J; Clerk.
gtalaala r. oct20-lt City
ItlIJt. .\ %\ll FOK >IOMOtOIT1. >I not exceeding $2- cracy.
1 .
i t lid\rd\
ua a plalwr .
. 1 1> ( !! \CKII1. -- - --- ti" ,ib avbitori. We.pun. Guided Missiles De- ;... ... juntv 500.00 40.00 I
tlrtln.nt,w f:' .'. ff nfn \\-&"'. Carrying stock ex-
w. Pt.t tin'
I ." The central design of the new M"intiff.Ar I I ceeding $2.500.00, j'j'I Needaodftockfr
Aug Ia3& vs.
; The I I'I' lUmp U a triangular shape ornamented | )UYTfiK" KIMKU: I.Jvor.cI1'HOI'W"KI. but less than $5-
eenualU frame' in which ) TVfn
I i, ''I' delta sw puepleM the' .:Fort Bliss with' a rocket in appears flight. !, :OHIIKH lion th..OF l..r i-l III.ICATIOI ieh..d.w.Li\ 'I Carrying stock exceeding I

,The color of the stamp is brown. 1'.a I ;au f'.rn\nd. It..a", : $5.000.00 1t for check ?
mp r a put I._... AnK.-lfs 41, ,'alif..rnia."u" pay
but less -than $10-
Collector <<
desiring your
.. u.i( U Kttgrrs, lil.Lw t! first day are lirrcliy requires 't} ap-
r hM.ranrHUtiun' may send not in excess Inar .ti.. ::1": iill: ..f,. ..mplaint. _furiiiv I 000.00 100.00 I
<>r in 111.IM.V .1"u .
Je ."' .Ml J*nm' feHMMM phrkt. .;' of 10 addressed envelopes, I..r ,...r"r.- the lay't>f Nov.-niT..-r, Carrying stock in I
rut. I 'rte! mH' a man II acwmpanied with remittances, to 1'_ ltl"! ..'I-r1.. .. the allraationtherein excess of $t0- .

.... it" I|the pu.tmaer at El Paso Texas. in.-. 'will-'.i.-' Intaken 1.4 ,.. .,tar pulitiyiieil as oonffusf. ..n<-fi 000.00 125.00 I If the monty you 'Intend ta sew rack Pydr. WMhole a t

M.... ...ilw ias. -.r let 'v." Stamp collectors are always I : ,. ....k rr tour o.msei-uliv weeks 1 Renovators of upholstery ;- r I II in your pockettart buying U S.*.**& Hifrli 1
iv .111e4.J... lit w11/ina not'1'11x. eUning up with novel ideas for'IM'w.bmPL in. Tht .Ki > Nut'tliz.n.. a neWH.IMT of old furniture i l 1
h. I'chltxhin! the I'ity t.f KeyVM. on company's Payroll S.vw. Plan a4a4 t
Herman automobiles 30.00 I your
Hesse or t
M.. ). M4-a44f. Med rovI of \\ F'lori'kiIN.NK .
''r. I. MIa p-illlrter I 1 at CUreSS1II \Clifton N, J, would like to see .: .\cHUII.n.n; .this nth Telephone Companies 30.00 I ', : w3 a I No will power needed! It's a pinWa>ture.fc*way t,.
the Oat .f Ih tobr. .V. I. I lit!% Ii
issuance of a state flower Section 2. This i b:
ittrw litp/bt with series i
. of C s .. commemoratives.: hereby declared to be an emerpency
h. tw fort lit at.unPi Hesse's fn -rk "( the Circuit Court. tv
6 .. *lf..wnl. .idea would be for the Post Office Monroe Uy Kathleen,'"..nt). "fottaae.Iepuly''lerk." ..rlo''U.. measure on t the ground- I out of your pay check automtt.aMy tw4M pal..*.. t ta

Tho W., IIar Ct4.ORe 1 1v1n. .Department to issue at alpha | I that this Ordinance i infcessan; : I chance to spend it Every aWW.'.a ia4*_Oav....

..... ... ...... betical intervals stamps bearing I (w1/ Allan H. Ci-are! Jr.Atlornej for preservation of pen!'. health t i
p will b* placed. :; for. "Chii'iliff.OTI I nxntuaranterd: bond tlwt pf ycM nwr 4f **.
... v" '. ... ..... Nirt" S et U Pa. u, 'photographs of the adopted flowers I ....t.II.:..n"-I:: A.I'111. i i' prosperity and safety of the pco II
of each sUte.Agriculture three in ten short yt an.
.: lose.etr. ;' pie of The City of Key West I, '

.4 111Nriilir's T. e fart WMI i: Day in Argentina is (19I'n.ate::\ hit ..tablulrdin irosnmetnorated' with a new 101 I IN Till: <01 HT ..IK TIII: t'tn \TY;: -Section 3. That the rradinf Month Plan brink.
i at
..M a'I'rentavos brown stamp. Pictured I Ji in.ix MOMIOI .'01 \T\\ of the Ordinance at two rcgulumcel iI your
M .
..".,,M border,M a man and woman farmer with I! In ri.ciitiu.t.Tf- H-itatf of 1'itn tTl. *-;; I1js!; not less than one wee;! iI I iI Either: plan! i is sure to stop yaw ........ fatm W* .

I .tatwm and WM ',Urn animal in the background I Klurriii-e K lward*. ,; apart is hereby dispensed witl I I t
... Liz bolas! in pocketedfutomatfc
*Is Deceased.
leaning of the Com
r;) MM railed. In* ?the on awhile pitchfork To All O !it.>rs and ivrsnns hay] by "unanimous vote I
hill of Q Fuu. !',her woman holds a baby in I ina. t'Lii'ns; ..r 1'rmand. Against I mission. I
arms S; i l Kslai-; I !!J Section 4. This Ordinanci I In
H rrnmni
WM i Bolivia' has You and each of von ar ...r..hy' !
t.ore lush I in issued two series of j notified and l rniuir l to |ir*"' rut any shall go into effect immediatelj: FOR HOME or saving
..', A h.*.>r ,4 William W, S. I stamps[ in honor of the 3rd Eucha- stains and demand" which you oreittarr upon it-i passage and adoptiuand .. "
rutwr\, Congress of Catholic II " lltsna./tt. t < befit % Educa- estate ..r Florence I Idwsrd..keeasel. authentication by the signa i
Ati. .Kiw''I',tion, reports the New York Stamp I I L late .f .raid ('"nutjto theCt.uiily ture of the presiding officer ant; COMMERCIAL USE "Is' sure savIng
Co. The denominations Jixl.ue .f :Monroe t'.unly.
of the of the Commissionand
1.+ ..LIIIMs.1 .1141 Cavalry ....i.1 lpootac. issues are 1.40 | FJ..rlt'a.' at his <.(fi.-e in the rourthoUKe the Clerk l l
bolivianos. 'I sail '..un' '''at KeyVe.t. publication thereof one timE<
..... i. !'
w. .r..w.w4 ire. 1ft 11U.: !2 b. 3 b and 3 t b. The airmail denominations Florl-V. .Ubln 'rixht calendar of circulation We Are Prepared To Furnish You With I
in -
a newspaper
.. "4 *. effmea WM the then ,,, are rso b. 3.70 b I I months from'-tit* tlau.*..of tUe firM U. .S. SAVINGS BONDS
and in The Citi
I'ion of tlijv fJctt/t-e. Each published
.I CW iSi.d K: Lit AlwUrr /IUi b. Prominent Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE I
are portraits I >L ice .r demand ball l>e in writ- of West. Florida.
/ 1111111t r IA. tegiuw.t'a 1 of Pope Pius XII and Christ ,I inn;, and .shall state. the plate! of rrrIdcme Key
gW.r A Cwl.eacts.o ''Alto. at El'I "...1 po..t .fli.-e t shire.. ..f Passed and! adopted bv tin Sponaurrvl, liyThe
11 |I the .laimant. and shall !10.. rwornI I City Commission at a metin
.. t1aw11t ... *.n Furl CukU Rica riairaant, his .. ; ; Inc.
y I| pays philatelic trib- by the or her asmt.claim Thompson Enterprises
... ... n.M. at a ....aII')' pu6L iute tu Moitsignor Bernard August his .r her attorn..y. and anT. I'"h I held this 18th day of October 1 1I KeyVt) \ cl l (Cili/rn:
demand not
or *o fijed A. D. 1948.A. "
act .. I
ebange and Thiel with
a new 3 centimos blue b* voi.L :
wu IniIde I Uainp. Monftignor ThieL a German .. I This is an oiikUl U. S. Treasury a4*...*.......
F dminiira' f the Kslake of Attest: Mayci
... .
of tM new.K missionary spent ... PHONE Ho. I KEY WEST: FLA.
.c ... Amyl. ttrfive. bis We in Costa.lticy many yearS"of }OhirE'i\.t""t wllr 1)eceased. I 1 VICTOR LOWE,Clerk. I I prepared under auspices of Tr.__rr &.* sal A... ........ 4...s1.1a
cept29oct.t-13.2G,19/s.; ; oct20-lt City

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Hciison (Pitches ThreeHitBall 1 MISS% AMERICA TURNS. OUT TO BE OLD CLOTHES -MAY --PUT Berlin Gkeulf '

I I ON'YOUR'- CHESTNEW Burn R f)'Il t :

Beating Kantor's A REAL AMERICAN GIRL HAIR Coffins ;

YORK-<* -Your oW*J
VVI, 1 Hjer.Defect i'l.ily: I IElliS' AP NevsfeatuiesFAME .
Mian. This l clothes: might someday make a I Boxing Gridders i ita ..... ....*. .llr
III BECOMING: MISS AMERICA ha3 not chG:1gei: Babe Sispp cf Hopkins. i
medicine to Crow skin and hair,!
I. Shops i ...... ttt.lisleIr
And Fivers 13-ysci-eld b:a.lt7. fwrnallr known as Beatrice BeUa Shopp. is as haniy around her parents animal food for better furS or\ .... h.. _1 :T l -4a"

Holt. oiIM'rhUM'n: | I af iauiere: place near: Minneapolis 2$ she is in beauty contests. With her music studies and tJaefr feathers, and a chemical to pre- COLUMBIA S. CTwttI t at iMille 1M .M..

IWfelt,. To ) II Meet Thursday : ci being: Miss America Bebe will co; too busy to:>> carry out the 'many, tasks she undertook vent corrosion. This would be I varsity boxers wilt Me mosiater ., adfils .ww 4 .....ear.
future for old from able f
quite a rafs. 1 action with the University 1NI 'I! itttlltlw.tlwt
n., ...... W_ attire Kan- V I! before !ccing: to Atlantic Cit}. One ci these was a job cs bsby sitter fw neighbors. Cayl Wolff. underwear to overcoats. But a South Carolina football Um tKto I. t the *M .:JiI" ....... _
.... Thursday's softball have been 13. Ea ECC high school basketball player who escorted Bebe to the senior prom las May says. discovery by research chemistsof season. Heavyweight, OIl IUrt- eM .......IM tilt r tiff _
Meer ri.r.. n,,M. in' they changed because of the departure "After olL zhe's Miss America now!but i f mioht ask her for It date when some of the excitement Botany Mills.. Inc, Passaic,I,ledge of Charlotte Is :a slash*** scab- ........ A r r a4w
....e N ..reki.ll a*. Bayvtew' of the SubRon Four team. N. J, may open the door. I,fullback and UghtheavywettMRoy war Iiwr4iA. M tM M .
f1Wi AIMarv wan wver IMMwMMt I has died daira. 'They found a way to extract I'{ Skinner holds forth at left.awl a.llld h..... ....tAswr.

.ilia illi'S.;.... ......*tnt te M&itIN Games scheduled for tomorrow _. 11.1.. > m ,- .*' ....:- ->-r"i i i, j :wr--I' mJ. 'SL' '. a' rich protein material from I'{. guard. ---
night are, in the first game will! r- f, wool wastes; the pieces left over I II' wow s.llstfMfMe .. .

be the Ekj! Club and the V1Flyer. when wool u made into fabrics., Richard Harris, .et raptaia el .... tr.a1.. InuignI
IA. ........' M..... .pitdrod! while in the final I'Ont-t .Wool is made of protein. So is the Texas Longhorns,. won lilt-I.... rrarud fr
hoM. A hunter by E.l lIRessJ the Bob's Sport Shop and the human hair skin and other tis-I conference honors at crnUr m I : -

I ta.a Mir wily M"ft" (or Veterans sues. The protein .from wool 1945 and '48, and was named All- t A tsilgar Mti/tt _
liatar., t t nuay schedule are for the I was found, to contain 17 sauna America tackle last tv. >..... 14. were Maif IS
tor's Men's i acids the bricks from which all 1 back the pud Urn J.,. .... .P -
At ... Hucpital l rtl the Kan le .... is at pivot
.. SMHMI mf ea. hit: .
,* t2 + w xc II ..fL ...
Shop while in the second;: game I proteins are made. The. stuff u j campaign] a.eN
1w .. iiiI. w _. --
facet and in the A I --- -
with Veterans will meet the hk yellow to light tan in color is.
SINS aljaal e..... anti'w Adams Dairy tasteless, and has little odor. j
...... we hw List fur]t The protein, named BoianeiniP 1 1I
t1f/M ... at11 Plnit.rx. for the k 2 is being studied to find uv*.
q....... for it. Tbere.aJ' many pootibih-) j IFOR."SALE
.... R. H Err COMMENTSPORTS\ ON ..s l t a ties, says Charles F. II. Jackson., L

tm WM 0t 3 i : t ? t Jr.. vice-president and cenE'rl1manager
MS MM. x 771 I i of the company.
..Illltt. awl firitfen., HenMSMP After burns or injuries. the : 1t
... .............[ concentrated protein' might help
awn k kwwtmc. Whtte By ED SIMSaBHBIHMBBWfesagSBC I l peed the growth of .skin and I WhiteNEWSPR1NT

*** *. .*.. ....., C.> irr 2; sac> '-hair. Used in food, it might un-
MlkiM a.te lBrte and. tsar | the of .*wrand'
"jf w n srt. I\SKHAU! : prove growth:
nit alMWfc ..... IW Mun C. Sweet feathers on animals and fowl.
flm.ettng, 1. IleatswiYpeenaan WASHINGTON- D. C.-The''' Other indicated uses: he adds, 1 i I II.

m k. llar- I WwW Scnes: games! this yeas are in cosmetics: especially: : sun-

...... uawOir.e: Crif made the television scn-n again. ..! :.:. 'f -.... :.. "" 1-, I .J tan creams; a concentrated nutrient -
That is. half of them did. at least I ;, .for cattle; in broth or yea"'t I.
Tho* games pl )' Cleyelanl: KISS AMTHICA 1343 likes to OVEN HEAT brings a flush] to HER BEST FAN; is Charles to study bacterial growth; in 500 Sheets
J1 sofa : lb.Wm Spurt weren't televised. Arrangements I bake cokes in he rmother's her face but sbs i3 quite usedChip.- Ireys. a neighbor .I purification of beverages; ani I:
JIIIIiJMt M Adams DairyMI were" thought completed to televise Minnesota kitchen. ta:>> it DT now. baby who gave Bebea, job. i agent to prevent corrosion: a 25cArttnan
iiJ-Met _,.d exhibition the games from Cle\elanJ: ,I fixing agent for, non-run dyestuffs ., SVzxIl.'
but.they fell through Hd either' ( or pigments in calico cr iI
... Au ....... ant the New York Yankees or Boston I indigo printing.. std as an adhesive .J i
J ...... .... \ir..ksec...rhter Red Sox captured the American .'
III ... aal4v .... ....... RoI League flag the entire World I The protein could also be recovered -]I: THE
tM M .4.t*.. lour hits torn Series would have been televised] .l i from old rags and worn
Mar .*> b ..t SHop. Last j ear's Brooklyn New | out clothing containing wool, aft Press
R. H E. I York series was televised all the l er dyes and impurities bad been 1 (
A. MW w Ytl11 13 i i way As they did last year: the removed Juhnson said. Th:-
lI. .0.8-44 1E. networks. all carried the World would supply a big source if t CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 34.
S...M aa.1 M.qrat: Series this year If you turned;: on widespread uses are found. for I
..... acid Ca1li... yOur television set during one of ,the protein. .... .......................
w.-. ..... 1 .bae hit Grif. the games at Boston you saw ap, .--- -- .-.. -- .-- .. -
cruz: baseball Nothing else was goIng I u ,h. _, :.
: plays on. .
Mira Interestingly Cleveland will t i l.
IElr..2. I f.
: fanned; J be connected with the eastern
: Roam'I UrUvuton network in a matterof a .
10 mtfLt. { weeks,. and had the World L "5L I .
A"MM') ...... Gnffft1; I Series scheduled a month later ,
...... Aewlar the Cleveland part of it could

-- | bare been televised Restoration of ElectricityIn '
One of the; most obvious jiif
Back 'foSUtlr I
/ J ferenoes in the announcing of
I a television broadcast, and the
Biml) regular radio broadcast is the : Event of Hurricanev .
lack of continuous chatter on the l .
I television show In regular radio: .
T 1.MoIHQ. Uieti. .-). -.- the. announcer must keep Im ..
1i .. INate VI4II.ia'a burin,' word ('coming, must talk practically GASOLINE-POWERED garden tractor is no CH'ICK.CHICKI! The fleck comes od the run -,- :::";. ;...1 .
......pae in the. Sugar all the timelt. someone get bug .. ....... at New Or, bored and turn off the set.. t dad around their place. Minnesota barnyard. '. '" v : --1
But on the television broi,'i icact ,
fJdI wiai r( lug Nit amrrlar > _
,.. 1M SII\'. trixie the announcer merely says --DJ. ....,..... """"II ; J" .
.. Luri, ,as Statr {, a wore or two here and then., ..rY
You ere seeing the action and he'doesn't .
have to excite you via j jn. "
Sports Calendar( !.wore aloe;, You are excited 4 a luirri,*un'> hit.. kj Wet. .Site. |M.t.rr M.*l K.lilrireuiU
even when the announcer isn't
!n'lCnl/ S4>FTim.Lw |talking As a result the announcer i STREETS OF BERLINI are kept in M"r,ire ..ulill....., aul...iiull".tl.>. fwr IMHMelve .

..,... Park hlektaIitMilNldY 1 sometimes doesn't say anything s front the! loa.IIWt"IIII..e l of .. ,.... lirinjc !blown l Bowes. ah. ..ei
for thirty seconds. I
Yuu can hear the crowd, see I -(vP' >/.-The ghost ofi,It'I rirrnUrtl or groiimlnl, or nulil. the alltsaI:. leis I IM-CMMM.. ......
FisO Oast s.Eik, Club .
v* |the and feel] the tension Kaiser Dill still hovers Ber-,I
*-A I"" MRfea1tJ while game matching, the event on thetelevision IIP There is Kronprinzenallee over a[ "Regardless of one:., political gerous to'lifp and |iroMrty| in hrh! rtiM all r4rrH+kmo nett tie
Cwtir: Hub : Sf-*t i I I convictions, Germany's best days
screen The listener .l from iter'virr.Restoratlo .
ftltiv.. Viki. sit : wide boulevard named for former ,
iM r..11 I duesn need! a mike hound jelling crown prince Wilhelm. And j were under the Kaisers. Heaven

.. and screaming into his ears. The Hohenzollern, another broad help the government'that tries, to '
"'-_.- N..1 IluepitaI t announcer comes in handy in explaining treet commemorating the house;, change those names." I'. of "foir ii rrqulrr its., .....1. rirrwilspooled .he ha.

t .$.... ... M.iem. Shop.Oaa pire's decisions complicated etc plays. but, um-hedoesn't that ruled Germany from Bismarck -'' It would seem logical that )In entirety h..lun1m> liue {I. acwilii rsserpltwl. N .....
-.. +w-Adieta DanK r : to tW Versailles treaty.: changes would be made in the
.... y......... lit F.-rir II put the have ball to just tell over you Boudreau Stanky'sM4 : There i 3 a Pnnzregenten ,street Soviet sector of Berlin where F tlu*.'}M>,H'..r. is turned on again: MIIIII hou""* and bu.ltsrsa l .ss tm111.

lMb a that Stanky leaned for it. which needs little in'the ll way" of d:. the Communists rule and non iuimctiatelyrcreit'e! Mr>icr, tthllr sillier. will .hr wk14..wi
iraiislattori> a "K aster" a "ee ana orchial ideas in any sense are
-.\T1NCBainrtow : I i made and mused a nice, run-in and that to hold Rickert Bou- "Kaiser platz." And a "KaiserFriedrich" '! supposed to be heresy But even ?j, l lights berauM of tran"forinrr Inmhlr or drfrethr. .Nrf"s." wj
I I street. there the Kaiser platzes go on
Park NifhtTIINM.S ,dreau on first. You can see alii j = service wirrs.
I! These names lived through a being Kaiser platzes. 1 tr.

"ft-He: r iw. I It I I I that An interesting experiment to I II I dawdling Weimar Republic that i j I
lost the confidence of all Ger{ More than half the farm
try when you get your television t t Tim line lritr ...nw hu. .ala l ih..iwr.l
mans and was booted out. They families of the U. S. now are L-. .3. -1 crcnt to ,jritr to |M l ,
t I set is the \'ision-raio:! boxing II
i lived through even Adolf Hitler, ujng..f: freezing.)locker: space for : THE: GIRL from the land of I i ie hii.inr. iLJri petiitMUU
Bay.t.w. S>..k. Al..'..... ('Uffip&r son Put a small "The names of the past preserving their home supplies rily.euLUp pumps" .planj* arra, ,
sad N"hts : radio in the same room with thetelevision 10.OOtt lakes knows how to .. .jldr'. |.
t make one think of the good/ old estimates the Department: of food installations! and schools a quickly a |M tra arose
... ; set Tune in the -
swim and it.
f __ but keep the television vol- days, says an oldtime t Berliner Agriculture i i **s WI" are unable to rewlorr whirr to indi i liMil ur ..........
,unie down. Tune the __ __ --- --- ----------. -- -
in I --
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SIIIfI'F1.EIlllllill1$47vlew: radio porter failure heraiiM" of the liner mpiiml h. n luri' ..eehservfee. .
Park) announcer watch the MEETING 1\ FULL SWING AT DUIUIVM N. C.
.m.v pax :fight while listening to the radio SAKE juts :tnrnt i lit r\rrri.rd 1 'U rorrrrl tlir lr ....Wr. .t4..*t -4H
announcer, You'd never the ._.J '_. 'Jir "
guess zr---: "T:"-Z-3 % .k j *""*\V"rf": """i. .J." {"1 : ": < .
I announcer was describing the I give the greater tinnther of M-oplr| M-r\irr. U ork Is rU. **l .....

MkMOK It \SK1IUXSports : >ou're watching There isn't Nt l on' the restoration of i i..ula&t-tl l r..r* .if trtHihlplains .... 1.... ra
ti/w ktp.l I Ilt Jktat. A'f to'ns iel that mUth action! .' wE
... ... ..........rd.1A But the World Series on tele- ". -- & t,4I why both your udjoining uriichhor* ....., .hare' KI11e4.. .., I
,. "nMh.. Alt.,.... t
.... n,.mw-.e Vbion i%announcers a great sut-ces now calledinairatwrs. Television z x a I II yet the house in between ha. none. ThU utdrly r.frw4. |...( t

are having an easier Ij e\eryb
Shorts I jj j events*b these such days as the especially Woild Sen.when.,. j one must be the lad.! We urge that palieiire. lie ..,.......... .. 1

mniv along Television is at it. I a every employee of the. til! % rlleetrie: St.tem U .lrUf**. Iw r.l ..*
1Mrfif.imN Nab G: .1i.. ran! bent when" the baS<'t..1l tli..::. i"f
.... ...... t..... hf I is being n-pru.1unod. store your MTV ire a.. ipiicklv and rain l) a. 1we| *il4e. .

..... twilit k./. with ..... ...Xtu -
d jllard piaM.A.M.M O".u ipUfr
i' ... .. Rfln't'mhpr. in all rar<. of fallen wire <.r *.5rr. .... 1..ul laa

N.tteesMV ar. ad weft Mt..i..ippi yr.waeri. .i at In SPORTS QUIZ DO NOT TOUCH TIIIIM or try to smite thrin as |4*..$ sego hri .

unit Mr ftrat. ...w was. I ., i! energized. '
lire 11 leis. with the I Did Cleveland or Boston I ,.
.h.ety Iii .M1w'"( Ilapd Mare the most runs in the Series* t'}

.Jsrf_14.- ..... sie.ledi 2 What Series participant was ,'c, I I k
the heaviest hitter of the classic11 I1
liM.rk .tnft 4 6rSJIIr 3, What pitcher emerged with _--
M-. Vnr\" to' the best record I II 1i

?yu. Oaamw ks wpuard 4. What twirler ,had the worst \1
i r fenJtlisrlm ........... h'I.I! \

I S. Which team hit the most
lt/rr.r, ; ;""'r home runs*
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lnNSb ....... C1fif>f rI THE ANSWERS: S i City Electric System

I ..... sae. C.-p Le- ,
1 I. Both teams scored 17 runs..
> t. .arunrMee team.I
BETnfcM 3. Bob Elliott 13 total bases, ..P U at pliot 1
f who also tied Torge;on and Dob'
.. .. ViUan-
> > "Ii'M. lur wr I
t for most hits. CONVENTION in Durham. N. C. an unidentified woman -
__ ter f..MT thlife e 3. Dob Lemon (2-0)). (left) gets into the spirit of the occasion as she handles a rattlesnake to background of accordion
> .
i .. """' .. t... a.i }tan 4 5. Bob Both Feller teams((012)). I music. At right with snakes coiled around his nick .is Oscar Hutton of St Ch rU., j
produced four -
line freatuxaw 11i ,
A*fJIT !!/ horn runs. I

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Price had been in and out of the licloio oxpland we do.'t etc
liB I F September, 1947 while delin Average porter ..
restaurant"He drank all day only six or'e5jM quent taxes collected last month A Pullman passenger inquiredof 1M ....... ._ 'J

II I 11..ww ... w.uHlr Lz I IIi f It- r : bottles of it." the woman totaled $16,958.85: as comparedwith a porter th&Ii. cK hi* average ..,....................... j:

..d.q ... AMi Mhni.r.te. 0.I said. $707.48 during the same I, "
u tip. -WeH. boss, they averages ;
Ii I .u.r..I fIN
I ... n. PisMC r R the mar get off the plane from month thecity had a total of porter.
. I -... : NryI-v Jr ,lire w\sr: k Hv;: nat 2:15: p in Sun Jay lie $308,713.88: on hand at the end of That':, a little high in't it?" C and Rented
e/l/Malllrer.. 't4', Krp Wi... ..... Vie-inil" Prtl"I identified him as Willard Priceof Seotemher. wherets there was
d %k ....MtaW I etwy wh a few scal; 'cn?' San-inta Mo: cam. anti h"jtavc only 156055.60 on hand at the : Alto la StoclcNCWUICYCLKS

r a. N ..... IMWCT in (he _,... Mndcr.e; \- .. "
UsA ........ York City. "-N --; In the tobacco fund at the end
.i/irr Um.... i.t sis4.ib, nests thni Thor 'JIa Cube.t.: t.ld.oTflgoij'j' TKMOfa WAGONS SCOOTERS
... ..1.AttlDal. ... Be: cii. Motel at about' 'c3l)5.m.. of 3122791. which will l.-e used 1 #k5sk! MOMimsrf& stet! SKATES

r Mi4Y..4... ........: rtar thru Thu "1's \'"'1' <. ..n-( rf jijrHtiafi; r his for special street side.val and: TRY IT/
-- ssifllMi>f r. Mr passengers when'''.he- w' the sewer work. Overseas Cycle Store
... ... ... ... .. ....I in*.*>ty ritHMiy" wTJ .
.. -
> jbi i t--2j feelt offshore ------- --
4 ri.MlNtt' I on ."nthi. tsa ) B'PhoN 1IM
I --> ........ !' Serve a fall fruit -cup of seeded AT earn 20 Diviaioa .......
c. .st rstl'hit ............. ..
.. ** .. .j 1'- l<.tnl; hipnsceirs; ti thobvs grapes mixed with Uicc.t 1
a.c.v i-rwI., thru ihF : ... !
art MX .jr 1 stntion he went then to LopizFuner pineapple and banana; squeez". : -------- ------ -----
ttw.11.' Males. rlh '
n< : "r
i11 .It aloha Ilia iiewMu wasiY MInI FT /j7Th *! Horn: where: he got Joseph ,lemon, J or orange juice over th> j
I .. .. MIIM MM th.t ....... y'with nt"r- / Fart, driver for peznl;: fruit for extra flavor and garnish: I
-. S..s 4 r w a tIIX'I"IIr "\'' w.-nt wit'i him to the ?'1c1. He with a sprig of mint. This fruit
t.Mi (.. ..... C R. .v)1k ssI Lily.r4 nMn to "nu-ttwm rxwM. In 1 toM of bragging the body up on.. cup may be used as an appetizer: We Will Give You

) ttr ht.n w w'M tftrPM. .. .. ,, the 1 rhore. He sell J the man's!,|''or for dessert.because .
ItaM 0..11' kr.tor : i
t en. wt'tchtopped at 6 a m.
wirtili thru Tit.w
qtri1 *tly Farto testified he had: helped )he di 1 not answer to that

..J1... ......... r ....... .... j Robert:; drag the buJv from the ,name when he called to him on
r. tlNlri .. A/r ,...-Ii Cari4tb.'in: M.r ? jI I beach to the sand, bHinl how them Sunday. UP TO $25 00

:; to .--a.. t. .... liareh .. nsrM st winds over ji's forehe-vi sell: nose were i]:; The jury heerfnn: the evidence'consists i ?
.. ... 1 .. a4-.4.. portim and gentle tn reached: against a rock nenr the''' of Clyde Schreibr. Ol- ,
........ vcrtabfe mostly sou'hr ; ". sh.urx.-im.1:, ten Park, John R. Russell Arthur
1 A .... iii. ..... a.LMs, ./ rt, r| ? Wc thru Thar4 ,, Max; Cohen proprietor of South \:Thompson, Charles T. Archer an i iI /// Tnuk
4"L,__sa tAiC. .. c.. y Pwtljr cWwdy weathc ihN ]Beach Motel. tod! of Prices comin3 [I Ellis Watson.
aril ... J 4 ..., ..1llsal .wI.ldr ar4M tcd .hoverer to the motel for acco.nmoda- i Interrogation of the witness wis
fii LrL r bt1Ji.flell. ....... craft or storm warn 1 t ons and giving the name of Wil- j|I handled by W. Curry Harris, a- FOR ANY OLD WATCH
.... CarriOnrse' .... has been U., rd.RKIIHIT J ''IJP li"n Piorcc lIed he was; con- : si.ant states attorney -\n1 Allan ;
triced the man was not Pierce B. Cleare, Jr.. county solicitor
Y:: ( ) Wirephoto
Mew Palo ______ __ _
.... .... K.. Wet. ... Oct. .n. 1'tl! ; A FIKEMAN, almost exhausted for air while u
.. .... M Moll KNwrrv..*..n taken at C'ty' Off if", gasps i
faze that razed 13 houses in Island,
two-family Coney N. Y.
hr --.4 I ps .. *::30 a.m.. EST) == !
ar.. _erw..... 1'w Trmp.ratures Thiry-t-N: s f.mlin ware left hcrnilsss. l a J

Rile /.hlauya.rbr. ....... ........ ,.......y s1lr's. ) Jf JI I f
... _._ v1.sirii acrd JI
4 Wl ni frt i
... ....... SNt.1e-I tls.e w.. 78 Brief Items ()fIntel.est I

...... Mr.s esw L1JiJteNr ym.t 79 i I
I ::
to Women

.... ..w..... v W.a. TMI ta<4 Precipitation 24 huun T in*, s ; IREMOVALI i

i1. a rttrr .. u., C...... T4. ttw month 5.57 his. Nevei boil an oyster. Oyster
('.iafl iaeu.M ..... Caws then month 1.33 ins. stews are best cooked over waterIf :

t........ isl A.ri ets.n .,.... this year 43.'" ins. ,
..... Mg Titt. ... this )ear 12.96 ins. your youngsters insist on
...... laiwpnarhR; Rtlati Humidity studying at the dining room t:'ble.

...... Are." IM LID.'U' 'i be sure a study lamp is moved 6 SALE
tirl r 4li ate sir.Ateb i It to the table to protect: young i
Aew Viptwr *... Barometer tyes. l
"- ", WW I
twee "
(IS.. Uvell. ':H a.m.. _
....... 4. ....i. I .
I...... ..... suit I MOO aw-I01S,9 i Y Make sure your child's study I
I Ta.arr w'a Almanac tamp is tall) enough and has abroad .

1 s..r- 6:2: a.m.l, shade allowing a wide!' d e IPauljSherJEWELER
hftM't 5:55: p.1\. enough: circle of light to spread"! '
b+Et.Mani e.lllOiw..rM.- Nirsrae ttfesa..a.''Ak' ..1 I Mra.Rrlsc SiR: p-in.1 t so that he can sit comfortably ; ::: only

W..... 9:13 a.m. when reading.Mix I I
M r ... ..... hwn o 15 each
.1 I Y
........ II... Fisksftea TIIIKSN : a tablespoon of cinnamon 1 X9
( ... ss.A.1bR, ..... Meihhfr I ( vl' Ito) with two tablespoons of su:;ar:
IS 1. ..... M JIIIR. IlI1i. tirlwai I TMttetnwF. and f pi inkle the blend over hot '
ML ....... .. ___ '''Hft Standard Time) buttered: toast; place under the I'
I Hi,1a* Low I A I broiler for a few seconds. NEWS'eZ&eItSUNDAEt

VtovtttL 4vMtMwMMi r. w It II pm. 5:40: ..01.
flhMT TcCT..fU f..... 'I 11:13: 1'4: 9 pm. I
4 as '- Mr1wrL seen I -. .' ." & )f litlel. -- -.
; ....., ,. I
-' 11ThSigler C N.M.are Sli i' -n: K v WrstTun > '

s t'Irw, ....... .. I stall.Tid.*.of;high Haiqhtof water r Quatty OR SERVING AT HOME ; 532 DUVAL STREET

stMI1shed.. sw1 tine (4l ,..'. Mhs. 1I"Rd. I P: Gll 3 DELICIOUS TOPPINGS lIB.

./ r Mr .ss. h.. ssrh.nIsl.r. .......... Oh 19m 0.0 ft : Crv.cI Slr.wb.rriu
4 ... s AsMlrw bhsli wLva : N. Kw.. Key !
.. .
red \M *lSraaC .wl.tidth2hn( CAh.d 'i..ppl. CY r.lai. f. .
1u 1 .. WAD E R_ Ruth Roman of '
a-c. ...
rr res.m..-- .... Mai- 4...sdv I1w....I\- 40mi I IOtt the movies tries the temperature' t" 'w*"' I I..: ..... --- I
.. IlT0 ...... .f the water in Trail 'Creek at : -- --
tw 1Lay.ess i c.w. prannelfnar Sun Valley. Iftho. ;;. .. .. I Ir
E duMi r. Ih. Nsrvw tad. a2 h 10m +1.4 ft '
tM/ ... ..seer!. I oOu : '
..O -.... .i "class htlgt111slnm I Fog does not occui around the
l*. ..*..... UftBK ...... I NOTEkbsws<(< : Min: Corrections: ,! Philippine Islands. FRDDFyoiiR HOME !
*** "". ** ** cled.H 1: All Types of Slaticnery : '
J JxL" to be *ut tr; ;
A. Tl'. ....... t' .... An- ,
I-I'" C-rn-tlons to
<(< sign:
CT i '
t N M. .... .... av.d Portable Handy "
be added.l w h
M lb Qs& "- r ....... t. Nar I j Di reculars I I

Mk. V. M Alw... C.M/ t ( HOT WASHERS i, -Printed
.b. null vMki...... file.tier. I IaiN-ltirwte. I Hare at LOW r
J.r Ms.di. I it alit I. I 26.95 and $36.95 I ;, EST PRICES!
.... ... hr-i M CTHE
e- I .;\lU. WAIIIIE.N S1E.\KS :

iCMMHMMd: Prom' P-et One) j jI' | ELEl.'TRICNS

..... I.- IS' stnalM 1'1 lar Ik* publiean nomination | $5.15 to Si 1.95 ,
-.... as.. err. .. fill''j;; im proaidmt. Ion,. irporteil '" *> ART i\AN\ PRESS :
.. s rah d tw ... Av.Ii wi .IM. way to Miami to .urtrire-
III.._ .! V. ...qr..1N. t MM L* wasiacres. The limp :fo TROPICAL PHONE: 51 I '4'i
.... .. R.a.issi. ILrhiMiitp hat .pm..ti haa not yet barn e';< f TRADER == 4a --.
...... r'stttS4 'I Tit LrgM ftn irc* began then 718 Dural Street Phone lOOt) In the CITIZEN Building .. = =--=

hr ..i ......v.dr.M ... aw.e5ns at 9:30: ft'clork th) i ... _.- --< "='- ===:=
..... w .... s 4..a IMa. I ........ .t Dinner Ke>. end a_____ ._1 ....._ -. i i'J ]I.. -_=- _- _
.. 4 _.,4 n ....... of was ansrs.nted 1 that they w.,ul'iin iI :
-1filrle iet.w ..... 1.rsMhs .rrY.isie MMMln t: , Lt I -'1I,,,- %
er stir lrtl W.... ,, till 5:30 o'clock tn. '"' -- ci _
e rw ... .... ..r.I'bai sir 9 o. < ,-
"t : ,
... r M..ilalisa ..... ----- -- 5 '"> .
WleA 1j Ed- k.At.i.eM... Caspee Med.l. :'-' ,-
ez. r..... f. .
I Ar.. CMiH>*i 4t Medal and Wori-1 ,
....... ..iwigr.. W. II Victory Medal.Aw4 i \ .. .
.... .... enM4 A..,.I'' +nst... ar'A2 ... }.

= Aww EIwwd M. Parker avution mimate ti .hlllC
.. Rbi.1. 4 f I eMnr./'s keconi cUss ;ADZ> I I -
Isrt M Vsrlr., Ms.4 MM o< Mr and Mrs.

PMk.r i4 Huutu 2. Clayton N C" fA ALL-ALUMINUM
... u.-i Ni ....... .. ,.......ri from P.tuxent'; River rD'iV11WI
-.r.. .... bill .... a.. d r Mery."t. / \ 1
.e lilt 9M Mir 4s N d u.. .M# attended whool in Bcnsc : JALOUSIE
..... Mu. ........d her. Nw. N C. before enlisting in the Sears 48
... V.M. . .. Navy lie Ka n-rve-t 9 months .>fwwrMta .. .Ila eal 1.tHE ONLY JALOUSIE WITH NARROW INTERLOCKING LOUVERS THAT
I t. M."y $0 .... du*.) at Nav.l Air StI ;,- '
.r/ ''... Mid s. r. *Mart I I IK* Can Sofa. C=.nal: Zon- :;: ::= ChristincisBock i L iJl" KEEP OUT BLOWING RAIN i
tL1. t' Nit t'.1Laqr .rill \:8S: 1 Mi I'art.ei daughter" ofII! .It Of the thousands of homes protected by CLEARVIEW JALOUSIES during
....... '""' \
and Mrs Harry Butler of Ilaib-v. -, Iet'iK. last year's destructive Florida hurricane, NOT ONE sustained damagethrough
fr ,
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4. .. ..... ..d. --
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.rI N Va CLEARVIEW. Thousands of
w i I tun has nut yet Joined he. openings protected by CLEARVIEW't.
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.... 1 -.,...4. ii tit a/r., .tri..I41 I "'\ tit I' ..,,I ttu<. .n t in Key West The Pj.keis =-:::.--..:-.-:;: t : installations have been tried and proven in ISOmil.-p.r.hovr storms ''
-1'91.Itft have
A/rrarI .ii. ..... .....j, r AnIt I burn; Mn h a .2'laughter.1915.THACC Kathleeni ::.-=. More pages ywithout report of a single failure. I

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More selections The Original Patented TWO WEEKS DELIVERY

*..... .M lie Hart o/ the CityROOMS ; More tochoose i, ** AWNING HURRICANE SHUTTER CLEAR VIEWS! Our fourth
I liArD WRITE .or WIRE I c 'OUTSIDE VENETIAN modern plant, located at fort"A"U () from
LauderdAle is fully equipped with mint MINeM
ti..... tATH and TlUP:10NE n.r PROWLER
More for your GUAand precision machinery aaj is pf 4tKlMMiCLEAIVIEW M It-H

I KurilHoUl! Perching tier( That's Why a Merry Christmas money LIGHT CONTROL JALOUSIES "itb t...fl xki. .f 1Y.t.fLI

lIul..1 I Hotel Starts at SEARS! f I
M M k M. ME. ht A... PHONE 1560 KEY
M ..... 323 HI:. lit A..,
... ..sMt Elevator 80 Rooms CO.
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..... Ht.fod Elevator 11T, I

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