The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 22, 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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TALLAHASSEE. cause meewg r twee \f. r
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Needs Visitors sell member of the Monroe
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vacancies in Monroe Count>. we!- 1Ir .v ..... 114 tl
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Examinations for thepositions ofi KKITTIIER: STIt'JESI' : taut Iles I.._ _.. #t .
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j ember and application will be i j Naval Base I d rtl. : .S..
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has. announced. The exact locations ; Palestine between Jews and Egyptians Jewish IMdwN: lawta i
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cohere: or uniwr3ity. or ou sectors of Palestine, reportedthat learn the dtteih .! tfcr MMrekuHed t1M
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M rI De1.p.le5. .a the .un. '' Kl'YV{ t and l a barge; which I', the USS Wl-Iron and i i iI B-lton offered him $15000 to IB, 'Ihc* fr.... Tw V..rpHnt tl/ rltf. MIIII t. MM.MM. iii
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t was; .till! were bought into: the USS Boric will kill Reuthcr. VIENNA. Oct 22.-It was: re /.k baler "
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veiled thai two glee.
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leave for similar
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night' of other Caribbean Port,. T- Airforce pilots who es-cp"d fniwi
art rap .. Prue at! thc..ur- when no quorum was present !>'I .,. W. .. .. V.. 1 1
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war r ii. 'lad (.....hHul th..tM..o.w and Clirencc lliggs::; out of Miami, anJvtuch sank month. left this area for they termed Ruiii- btncture ....... hr Ahsm+l1 r. erti ......M4IL.. --

w/N. Itwtel. t.oa. were on hand fur the tntxtingCommi&sionerb alter "springing a leak in the high a:New J.o "vcre l led ti take thai lIt..tJQI1 beaiue It of Itlr. Litt.f. te1lt Mr .h-w rkda taar I wt I ,..

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h tirkpM. 'M Western and W A. PprriJi were reported !I I ....... .
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afterward for I.
awn:: h r'lr'l' I over the 'Voice of AiMru g.Ite
to IK hi ltda other part f |'IITI:4n-i of Lt Common J. IVthnkson. .1/.... SHI !*.< 11 ,
1w., i- ar IU>110&H *has .4"11' un > >ms in MoniiTo". USV! former '"" ii: the United States plw is .h M to ... ....
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nun wcr.- brought; to theCM :1 the KP V'c-1 Naval Station. Ono broadest they :>a .1. ,t..r trip re4si' a.
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1 *: t Guard station bv fie! USS lift this:; artPin'ioii: She will) lu ularlv plcaso-l 1 tUem li cr.
....... t W..r.aey In t k ..nWl'l'our.V on**his Yt. lionevnK that lave inltrfcrod Nun, tidetrovti. which;tuck' them I t., ll'4llimurc. M1, where projcTcd Palace Theater 1 about happenings tt (the VncinwJ! .... MU ,. "' ..t
te it *.* >Ud that ltd u iI u can say ;: off the barge dflor the lug sank Ihhc I will 1.0 open t-> public igLpeclion I Stale rair' and this *Mdel<< n.. el I II

n d I.Arly. to ncrrc tn raise theLie.At with."tho aui meeting i one of or then'UIIllCi.ii..n. the The l barge was towed into portIa i j and for Navy Day exorn .e.- Allan Lane and Eddy Wallet inIanhal }I when they learned of the.Anieri CENTRAL.... PHARMACY (;.sal (t..l! (!*r*
ln. >t *A<| then nmsidtiiM : I ;>t night IA the USS Salinan. a Later tae: S opts ate1 I inI .-..4.riNa w1saw. I
rucmhers t'Hay "V/fl! hold : -
u. R iM '|lut ala.n tift i *-nl, ,; a> s.K>n ab we c.:on" imoetini Elect tug, winch made heavy;urn;I her trill t<> her l ho*,.v .x rt. and SHORTS I I dec.:I upti."nr:> of v:li.ii 'A'* itniii: "iit .M .a.. .. .., . .. -e TWIHS ,MAtE
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"HARRY' TONIGHT. 8 O'CLOCK All Elks Are Urgedto 15.1 I/diva N itttMRebtfti a 1'I elA.e
Music by Attend to Greet

Back to Key' West THE THREE SHARPS Cash Prizes;: .i the His District Official Deputyon Visit I Ct HNteI SI., I

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s; ...... ..TII.....___ !rawest I Immigrant .
i; rnTit.. I".sw.... convention Miami, demanded that the -

I}; .. e 6 alt S '= sad. .:. s7 lu..l.W..t ... United States take a firm'stand against.. the II CANBERRA-4 TM A. ntrmlian die .+NrH
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I I I.' .' ...... et r.e Wssb rl..tds. a..wrtd ..... itutr Russians The Citizen feels that the Legionnaires I law fares to to bU Australia a ratUt *.*.**. r .d_. M

.*.A.......-m a Tea e.. ...AMOCIATFU.. KRESSA ..UUd!. to in taking that position voiced the a 1: Some gnu hue a ariM 1....
M I e.p.d.Nw of all .... lpatcho> .r.m.4 migrants a* IIIUda let tiN
I N 00 048 .4hae.1.. n",'.4 I* Ibis p...r. a.4 sentiments of a preponderating majorityof I moan Aut1R1ta Fawn
.. eM -.. __a P......... ksro. for a paMace to
. American citizen. The only exceptions! usually are under H 21 and edr ,\It.,
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.. .... ac5acasPT1or.. MATU .fit... are Wallace and his followers'and Americans agent pockets the dtlftirIHee 1'W
Me ....... -- 1.... with communistic turn of mind. new law force* by .Q'eeernattofficials >>IiRwaa
w M.. .stN &.U a will eoraptt all .*.**
.- r..r--: -_-_-- It: s The Legionnaires could;have appropriately I, to register with the Itami..*.*' .,.,.'...
declared "Don't trust the Russians Department
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r ..... _Ma. Apple tNa :; history shows they .. re trejacheroua. I I II -- It plat
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rwp tt.ary a.ltr.o .. .t.. .UI .. now and then, a reader'runs across that STARBriANn
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.?.... Ml.rtl _at fcy chareh from whlok stigma applied to Russians Almost 200 :
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,.. ... .. N .a .... dls.a years ago:. Dr. Samuel Johnsdn, probablythe COFFEETIT
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......iae......, Lt H .au ... .,.W... ....'..0.. keenest observer of men.and nations at = A F!IM Ta4- -'
.- ei..trsaMtssl.u. that time.spoke of the "treacherous Rus- I

sians," and a century and one-half later, tfr -- -- .J'

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The Legionnaires rest assured
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PRESIDENT TRUMAN (l.ft) arrive in Raleigh. N.C. to make two speeches and is greeted by
that the delegates from the Western North Carolina's GOT. R. Gregg Cherry. T1 ..President flew to n.leighafter- addressing the n.,, .. ,:
.. Powers and from all other nations aside tional convention of the American Legion in.:MX ami.,Ma. At right. President Truman pauses .at r

DCPRO"fDCEXT1l FOB KEY: WEST from Russian satellites, are aware of Rus- the Miami airport to buy a Community Chest Rd Feather from four-year-old Linda Hamilton
daughter of a disabled war reteran. The Miami and Raleigh speeches were labeled as non
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN sian treachery. When Deputy Foreign politicaL I
I I In both Florida and North Carolina. the Stales Rights Democratic candidate fcr president i
Commissar Vishinsky proposed, at a ses- Gov. J. Strong Thurmond of South Carolina has a place on the presidential ballot for 4', t

:- L Mora Hotel tad Apartme&U.f. sion of the United Nations, that the nations -i l the NOT. 2 election. t

Beech add BatKlac! Parilion. of the world agree to reduce; their .5

L AJrpcrtt-Land aDd Sea. armanents one-third, American, British !! .
!. CdaaoUdaUoa. of County aDd wvwwvwvw'
Radio i Your
Gorcrnments. and South American delegates blasted j Horoscope
City =ms.1 TODA Y'S
.. Comnunlty Auditotlum.MONOCR Vifhinsky's proposal asi"insincere.Some: : i
By The Associated j| FRIDAY OCTOBER 22. 194SI !
of the delegates declared; that the proposal I. BIRTHDAYBT I I -Today brings literary or artistic -' J
more'than Russian tastes but they develop
was nothing a NETWORK PROGRAMS I in a.
trick to find fodder for Russia's:: : propaganda -! ,' .. i t very quiet manner Thsre vents
'Tim..e eastern standard. Fore. (W;) Newsfeatures l'
to be little of the controversialin
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to try to make the world believe that teal mountain standard standard subtract;: subtract on. hour;: Iwo fOp- .............. the nature which is rather

|.**r Fellow Citizens: she is a peace-loving country.As hour hours.of Some relay' local to;:fit slat.ons local. sc..dul.chang.. EDWARD; REILLY STETTINIUS. devotional. There may be some

Utadvu bt",I). it U good advice not a British delegate remarked, andas Last not be tninut.Inoluded.;: program changes can" JR. born Oct. 22. 1900. in, enthusiasm in church social work
but as a rule the labors will be
|.i tr'ut the RUM .n.., although at one Britain's Foreign Minister _Ernest Bevin Chicago. son of a J. P. Morgan of routine character and given

.- ........ w* did not tru't the KnKli-sh: either. asserted a day later Russia instead of FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 partner.the He University at-! to a sort of fatalism which yields

: sad. r (errrd to that country as "per- wanting peace in the world, wants turmoil, .00-:News Report Iv.*;iaq 15! Mln.-obostwscHSt I J- -a tended of Virginia --!i quietly without much reasoning. FOR HOME or

disease else that tenr Day-cbs but was I _
.; Rsixuit. AI M.D. misery, or anything may Network Silent Hour abc-cait t .

THE ORACLE I keep the world in a state of contention, for Kiddies. kW'h .:)=mbs-east abc-wett i not He graduated.went to I ROBERtS OFFICE SUPPLIES COMMERCIAL USE

ig i is on conditions of that type hat com- 1:1!Kiddies>Sports Hour: Music, (repeat.rlmabo)-... >a-..s$ ve work in over- and EQUIPMENT I I

munism feeds.Firmness. UN: : Politics cbs alls for General -1126
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Wm Arm Prepm.J ..
(:4S-:Newwast: by Three-nbo Motors, be-
WARREN HAS LIBERAL VIEWS? to a degree of toughness, is Lowed Thomas repeat: 11)- b. II I yorder;
7.00-Supper Club-nbc-baslo came a 1 Place for Clews Pure CUBE* or CHl'SHM KK
the only thing that can check or throttlethe The Beulah Skit-cbs: president, then '

Renmor Karl Warren of, California Kremlin gang in its studied attempts to sews Fulton and Lewis Commentary chairman o f PERSONALIZEDChristmas

..aenlaigning as the Republican: nominee get control of the world. 7:15!Jack>News: : Smith and Show Comment--cb -nb I i l L ......... Jr. the board of I Cards/ Thompson Enterprise Ino.

M VI<..I>reident. I In netting forth his ''I Be firm as the Legionnaires said but, Dally Dinner CommeDtary-abo Date-robs United States Steel. He headed I NEW DESIGNS

$.W. CHI national iv uen and definitely in being firm, don't trust the Russians.; 7.30-The Smoothies-nbo I I the War Resources Board, became LARGE SELECTION (ICE DIVISION) x
a1tg4I1n1f hlnwelf with what one might call Lone Bob Crosby Ranger Club Drama-cbs-aba i a delegate to the U.N. and I You Are Invited To Look PHOXC MO. I ... ...... IHJW'They're 1iL i
of state before retiringto
Henry J. Taytor-mbs i secretary : Over Our Line
:.; th* f roffrHe or liberal faction of his The beginning of wisdom, for earthiy ''I. 7:4S-News s Hroadc..tcbstiporta Comment-: nboXe his farm. I
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Governor Warren favors: possession; of dollars is not the certain sign Jack Carson bhow-cb:

((1)) Incrawd< Federal aiti' to educatMi 'of a successful life .? Fat Ureat Man hays Detective bcene*--abo mb t I IS 1 '11".1.
:30-Jimmy Durant. Show-nbo
:- ao that JmjMvrihfd schools will noM Mr. and Jane Ace-cba: ,
.Kmrvf deny decent education to the chil- THE DISABLED NEED JOBS i This L , It V to.BI Girls. Drama-mbsS.55 aba I

Hr.M .., any State; e. 9.00:: --Te Eddie' Be Cantor Ounced-mb.Show-nba I i ./0 Your Rightsl!

i ((2)) Such Federal aid as will removes Because there are thousands of dis- The Friday Theater-:b V
Bank abo
break the -
HMJ, rendition where many hard-working, abled veterans and others who are physically Gabriel Heatter. Comm t-mN i --.
9:15-:News: Broadcast-mbs
.. pettlnf Americana cannot affordtjtkai handicapped the United States has 9:30 The-Red Sheriff SkfHon l.'l'ama-abc Show-nba I I and you can help protect th. .

= | tare just completed a week set aside to em- Lk Hampton bhow-mba set

((3)) Governmental action to removeMrWtandard phasize the desirability of giving the 9:55!-Io'iYeIlnutea' for :a; Minutes Sportake" -mba I '- '

and slum) housing conditions handicapped individuals employment.The 10:00-Life of Riley-nbc States Revealed
Rights Strategy :
w I-hil Baker Quiz-cbs i
lMftulh the nation; U. S. Employment Service reports boxing & Siwrts-a be .

:- ((4)) A broadened Social Security pro- that observance of the week in previous 10:30 Meet-BUI the Stern' Press porta-nOO' -mbs Not Mere Protest-Can Become .

: Mime. N that workmenill not find them- years has been followed by increased Spike Dancing Jones Time K-tue nibs-cbs I Minority Leaders in Congress '

.; t.)..f.S east off without a reasonable flow off placements of handicapped workers. In 11 10::00 45--To News He, \ariety.Announced:2 hrs-nbc.-cbs: .

'w *.*ft*mie and social security: 1941, it is said 51,000 handicapped per- News Ness and Dance Dame Band Hour-abc Z hrs.-mb %!, s ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.-States

i ((6') Department of Federal Conser-I sons were placed in jobs but that, during 11.15!-News & \ariety to 1-nbo Rights Democratic Chairman i '
V I 4iM\ rolie4e to prevent the inexcusable 1947, the number that found employmentwas 1 12:OO-Dancing Continued-abc-west I Charles E. Shepperd today revealed -
I party campaign strategy i7
w N4e ef our natural resources! longer 237,000.
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I i! and out the ..
pointed overwhelming
aH.i Figures kept by the Federal Govern I Saturday Summary I anti-Truman vote predicted ; AA. e
::t.) Action by the Federal Govern- ment indicate that some 500,000 handi- Time IS. eastern standarel. For : ; traditionally i Democratic o inVoiv /s / to n hf 4 .
nntral standard subtract;: one hour: j
.t.M t. preterit discrimination because! of capped persons are :seeking;; employmentor for mountain standard Iwo hours. I would effect far more than a protest y ,

.: l.... e...I.r l or freed throughout the United looking; for new jobs where they can a

": tetter use their skills and experience. In I SATURDAY Morning, OCTOBER 23 1! \rmber Stepperd election stated the: "In Thurmond-the No- f_ the invasion of State' Right. proposed by Truman .

Tht objttthtti stated by the Califor- I addition there are close to 1,000,000 men ':OG-The Story Shop-nbo I Wright ticket will accomplish: : the 7 Dewey, Wallace and their feowtravterft.!! !
.fc (Qorrmor are somewhat along the lines and women with physical handicaps, who I choppers Special-abc FoUle.-cba' I following ,

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.. ..... naturally suggest that they can gainful and useful work if job opportunities 10 9::00 45--Ozark Mary Lee Valley Taylor'olk&-mba Talk-nbc f ceite 100 electoral votes or more. create a police-state In fret America .
ftexure everything! better. It should be are developed.We Red Barbvr I Should no candidate receive a majority ;

: I M* throw the election in the
Romance L>rama-cbs; ..
minrr..s i if( tbry are elected will have to cause it is essential that those who enjoy 11;00-Meet the Meeks-Dbeews. of Representatives and Senate ington and thus do away with I local, teMvle by trite
.- _._re rreatfr' unity behind them in the I the possession of full physical powers Abbott>" : Let's& Co..tello-abc l>ret nd-<;bs Should this happen. Thurmond people.

: ..... O"'r. 1 Vhould not overlook the plight of an individual Movie Quiz bhow-robs I and Wright will have an excellent t .
11:3o-Smilln: Ed 31cConnellnbcJunior I
.. Tli. job will be largely! confined to who is more or less physically t The Teen Miss: Club: Drama-mbs-cbs I chance of being the next President 4- for your Indlvlduall.b.rtl.. and }ta retwit" t... .. ut.
I and vl c e-Pre sides t of the United
t.aiag the Republican Party itself in I disabled There are many places where Afternoon I 1 States. ment to the people and to the States.Addrut .

Mae. I I.ft the l last Congress: the Republican these individuals will make excellent I 12:00 Junior-Theater Juoctlon-abc of Today-cb: I "Should Dewey run away with

... H..>*.. U.A at frequent odds with the Re- workers but unless some special attention 12.30 Campus-Coffee balute in W'a.hintton-nbc-mbs I .. Trumaa outaide the South and .

imhNfaii Srtvate on such holes a* housing, I i is given to the problem they are apt to be Grand American Central l"armer-abC>rama-t.l; > !! ;E Thurmond-\\right receive 100 or
.4M. mrtttU. social 1-00 more electoral votes then the
m M-ciirity and the Marshall ovei looked. : -Farm and Home-nbc
I County Faire Quiz-cbs I i States' Right Democratic candidates
HfbeAJft ft lL&ru 11*>i.A I I Luncheon Inter*lews abc r
Smoky Mt. Hayride-mbs will receive more electoral M i
While the division of opinion in the Notorious Politician '(angrily) :- "You 1:30-Ed Tomlinson Talk-nbc I i s-0 tea this 7rWD&ll. This will make 11R ri

t*..inueratk "Tarty has received consider- are printing lies about me, and ,you know j1 I Hive Bernie and George Take Suo Quiz--abc cbs I Senators sad Congressmen from o t : ,
nM(.: uUili | recent months, there is a it. Editor: "What in the world would you j Football Game-mbs
rH* l to the Krkublican" Party also This do: if we told the truth about you?" 'I'' 2-00-Stars Over Hollywood-cbs: :I 1 party ia the Congress and will give %
Fascinating Rhythm-abc theoB Biplete control of all min-
-i hMM Mt been highlighted during the days : -Football Football Game-abc Game-cbs I! f ertty party committee asslgamet '*

yk..* the Hepublican Party was not attampHngjte THE ONLY TEST I II S:00-To Be Announced-nbc I *.*'
; .art< the policies Take a Number-mbs-east I _
of the nation I i 6:15-To Be Announced-nbc t...
tort k will, be brought into full play when- During recent years, we have:.not had { 6.30-:Make Way for Youth-cb. !'. MAIL TODAY TO:' ----- -..-.-.. ..... ._ .....
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.e t the C;. O. P. attempts to pass legislate -'I much time to read the modern novels or to or. False-mbs-east I States Rights Democratic Committeeof I cut endow.* $__ 5 '.Mp .m.. ttda5tII ....

gslti. Congress at the behest of a Repub- keep up with the "artistic" dramas, but 1i:4S-La.Weekly Comment Dog Drama-abc-nbo :: ;, Florida ? .y part to Mi* Hkl' h, .t*.. J a ... t...tM.... ..: t I'" I

j iks.. rr..I.-f\t.. t from the few samples we have seen, the I P. O. Box 721 Kightt. -- a't. _'MtM ...d..ater
I rmTTT.vTTVTTTmSTRONG ,, a St. Awgvstine Florida a k11
I recipe for success seems to be vulgarity I t
ARM BRAND COFFEE. I Frank D. Upchyrch" Treasurer 6 .. t
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MILL t 1 City clot, r ft
Ihen Cicero recognized that only in excellence! as applied to writing in this at ', .,--:,met.. .sae.. ,..
tN in which the power of the people is era, seems to be the amount of morbidityand I e .:.- H-I
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the has liberty any abode. abnormality in the writing. I: rotor .dv:rti"..i>l*.
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..._.. tfw Kim*!* of ..beI I : fL" I for $)n t-.l-1! j4Jm .' t I iioa. easy
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w.. dive Cl.aerltelt Tian'sweasii..r 1"0., SALE OH TRASC _i i I Gray fcnsiW engines and service.
e, Dft1SJn ; / F !:! C. R. Smith oppoiii I'irvsU-na
f fft4 % 4j wall Ice cream fi-cezing-vuiit end biincs -
on realisgeo Station M
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....... Jt n+tf.u.ts. We haveUMan. .' What hAve >('u? 619h : ,
..,..... .. .. 'I : Duval Street. oct20-3tx.;; T/bne cnamvl J2.75. 6utside
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t ...,... ... I' -dy. .. .S.,' or.J&tk.. ; ;.*v.. t--i$5 "'-tz.LI.'': ; ::-.; *,.J... j i;;! w.\Ue paint Z75 cad tt.75 pergaior.
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t f far roMfe another ivy.** VtitM FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1 up.t -t" garden

t ) Aware itn..>I>U I Slid 2." t-i'1 Wircplwxo:I I 1 I I h< e. $3.<*5. DoiwtyOx. 843

"1ft WI' a: .r r' s nii Furnished apartment 3.rooms and Olivia. Phone 1397. octl3-lf

....... Mrii ii eland, excrrpu RICAN FARM LABORERS wade p:tea the Rio Grande both. Maid and janitor service -

w a .....H *.t....l by the Cotfef river at El Paso. Tex. to search. for jobs in the United State i. *,' finer and utilities fur'i I I Baby baiTo-; play pea b&thkiettc

>*.* Cfitnwtot** .f the Th U .5. Imra. : tied Semite.aldon'i its affarU to halt the iidiwl.Suinnior .ral* ., Coral! and Teeter Babe 2: ;sacrifice

I **. Ifrfcufcmi AwurUtien: I l iU*)*! enu-y *f tM workers. :her-were placed under techckalcrrest. Hotel: ApartiUkT.ts Apposite Post i t Call 11274.. oc 20-3tx

w.srdewrt NI wtwld take :i I tlisn were p fclPd. loaded into tuner Xtticks and rushed Of dee. '' t-oEtzStk !I _

........ tent .4 the gasoline to west Texat end New Mexico:t: save riptnlng fields of Cotton I' '-4'Etilf.. newly ceuiicett anti

...... Mir peQwc44 aura' the and beets. It wet estimate that 4.0&9 Msxicaas hire crossed Furnished 2.fumiilld.l-Z-rpor" pHrtm nv';1 ;::};:Jted. with tij'ia cylinlcraJtrrnatLig
J n.gwl Fw l wt.... which the Utilities C iildrea : .
t the bctier Ircn Juarez. Mexico t? El Pate sine Octc e* 13. firing reliable Elgin
..... sand ........ and add it t under 1 year acctpied. Apply : cutboard male used 12 houxs.
..... ',I 915 Windsor Lane. octl-lf
.. .et MllSa Lop ------ t t $115.00. Will take radio part
fr .W r..Mi4;> eId bard l*- : wvww brww .rwwwwwwww 1 n. j pavment i 12x14 'A tint

t< 7h ......... Htrr tined Cor The 'VeatllerFOIUST Four apartments available 411 half price i2.OCIn: \ U\l.tarpaulin -

tff s tmrfiiae. wvuM be dvwded 1 The Veterans I William Street. oct3-28tx: used one month.$14.03.

I !..*S. Uw Out rtiath drpartH -- Appiy 101-1 or 151-D, Poincs
a.ld ouniM* from I Apartment for couple only. Telephone :
KtWest and ana. t21lx
Vicinity Partly
\ _11 K ........ .1l a K>-TOhi bAI" :. Corner !i iw 283-J. oct21-6pc
.. ..... M.oee.oe ts t yotveJ. cloudy weatherviih moderate

' T MI ... Mwt.. anwndm to frets: easterly xvinis thru Sat "o AA.........-.... ............. I IQUESTIONS Furnished apartment Apply 1128 35c Poor Williams1"have Old 1019 creanu 21c
Craig Wr-Ue
It w..$ $ Situ.fy urday. Wind ccce-jion&Uy strong Margaret Street. Phone S46-J., ,
0 ...... 1"l..4 a'. irrl+.ol ptrant hore. AND ANSWERS j oct2l-2te Street .. ectr2-ltx

.. !.w rMtl7MseA .< *ne ef. theihiUrm ON HOSPITAL BENEFITS

d MI Ihrmi ........ I Florida: Mostly cloudy over Hospital benefits are increasingly One furnished bedroom apart FOR SALE-USED CARS
1..Ma Irat. n ).tifme couth portion and con.sidrrublc ment. Private bath. Electric

a -I .ioii rvr befvrr. They cloudiness with a.few. iraportan veterans, and kitchen. Hot water. 506 Green 1939 Fordor Buick. Bargain if

a ,.. t4yMwrNA( to feel the I light khowers over southeast bring many inquiries. Answersto Street next to City Hall. sold this week. 710 Asbe St_

., piweld Ia.-ftu rvMtltinc frem these and other questions asked oct22-3tx'. after 5:30. oct21-3cx
t .. wul Ie,.. It this any coastal uection. ethervvise fair by veterans are obtained' "

... toID .........rr I .- .'* pro- 1 thru Saturday. Warmer Saturn from the Veteran Administration I' FOR RENT-APARTMENTS '38 Ford fonlor edan. Good mechanical -

g sAi .. ....*tail and "P'.nd ; **. AND ROOMS : and body shape all-

............s 1..r iwr MiKlOl .\ Jacksonville thru the Florida and published in this column around. See. at 801 Eaton St.

e ....... Straits: Small craft \vainiiig3 by The Key West Citizen as apublc The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming j oct2li6tx
........ ....... wa.ieli..eia act.N. -I I are indicated until sunset today service to our veterans.Q Street has an efficiency apt.

... ..Itw..I.-Kittd.rgar- from Melbourne southward thritI World.: On what priority basis is a and several sleeping rooms vacant : 1940 Packard fordor sedan

t* M.... tar l i1.ts. u..nd411 -I I KeyVe t. Muden"0 rerfi Veterans War I veteran adnvitecUp Low weekly or monthly Phone 195-J. uctl-3ix
... a Administration Hos '
ar ad rMttlliMt il.ridancej northeast to east winds this aflrnioun. pital. rates.
1 t.- iliaItr.pwrK .tI o1; FOR SALE-BOATS
occasionally moderately A: En.ergeticy .1
: cases have first
w. Mol a4-her unorltjaea. strong 25 to 30 miles per hour in FOR RtNT= I
....... I. tlMMttuttOun any display area. Mud rate easterly priority; those iuffefing.k9 --, .... _._.[ .*.t CO1TAGLStT--- lUz-foot boat built for outboard.
juries incurred in aggravated -
__ r ..... ....... away 'ronn t winds tonight and Satuida>. 'I by wartime service are next on Furnished cottage. Adults ofily. Needs caulking and pain ns.

srii.ds de.pulp. Partly cloudy weat er'Ih. a ; te priority liit, and those who No pets. t El3 O via $tr?*t. Has new ribs. Aooly 2::0-D.
Pillawtsri.r.M portion.iEast Poinciana, Phone 1059-W.
few khouets over south ocl203tsFOR :
swearthey are unable ta
Me ssil.sIi t.[ 't1ttrMa atssaves pay oct9-4u
Gulf: MXk'ateastcriy hospital charges tOt
rat veal! It nonserviqe-
ptith of wind* thru Saturday. except oc- ; connected disabilities or illnesses RZNI.41011SE5Twobedroom +-
"MaiunaU frsh south ----
over -
I are third The latter must wait
srtl.wli.wal pMgttt.a' this afternoon. FairYe'3 : furnished house. AND MOTORS
... .par d ....... have until a bed is available.
.Jiufta1 ther, except considerable cloudiness Q: Ate dependents of a World Adults only. no pets. Apply: ----- --

SS.aftpah..Na' want better over extreme north portionHblurday. ; War I veteran.vho died of causes 1000 Duval, upstairs. Immediate sale priced rijht:
1ttd11TiiN T.Y octl8- tJ Consolidated 46 boat 9 ttbeam '
.. ltheb This I not due to sort icee. entitled *3 ;j
...... excellent condition. Also
Western Caribbean: M .. I pension
1.IR .
a1..1I.l ++it ttaui.4 -.y j
to winds ihiu I FOR RENT-ROOMS Red Wing motor heavvduly.
: east : A: In mast cases, they are entitled
... :. se+lwirls lattrrritit.T wttitwutltaw Saturday. Considerable cloudiness to death pension benefits i : 40 hp. dual ignition. In
: r.p
and scattered showers. The widow is disqualified if her i Clean. comfortable room reasonable crate from factory. Price ft i
1W 1C'ttt..t' nll.iney.astir
t IC" POHTKey annual income: exceeds $1.000 or j rate. 513 WhiTl"! ead. oa- motor $47500. Contact Jack
House. *.21-3lX' De Tar. Pam B. aeh Ferry: ,
$2 500 it she has a child or polite Court
.. e.e.M""ttloNl' ..wten.irtapM West Fla., Oct. 22. 1943
IiIr ,
if j i West Palm Beach Flo Phcac
children A child is iaelgible )
..... would .
x (Ot.en-ation taken at City Office I 2-3995.
and his o: her income exceeds $1,0001 By day. week or month. Double : -t22.31\:\
W yrrpisasb ltat sell 8:30 EST
a-m ) ._.
I widow loses her. entitlement Private baths. Aiv ---
he ..eM..r.e wr !'Wt1 In Temperatures per year.A j rooms.
I uoon remarriage and i cooled. Town Hotel, 801 S- FOR SALE-REAL ESTATECorner
a. SLe..raaa.iry' llIw Lrntiatttttt nlC'of'lIl vesteroay __,. _
... Q. ... a14 lire any of this Lowest last night __ __ _. .. 41 children when normally they reach become age 18.ineli- j j' monton St.. Tel. 9273. *wcl22-tf' litAvenge E and 20th
..... Mean __ I
Street. Abstract. Taxes
I vet-
,I Q: I am a World War paid.
UAy a......AI ) I ltd ti.etiilialsJ Normal 78
I, and discharged from FOR RENTTRAILERSAND Phone 639-M. ue 21-2tx
eran was
It 1 d b INS he.ntaituee, Precipitation I I
... .... ... rbasyd that a' ac.wgdy. Total last 24 hour ; .00 ins. the U. S. Army in 1938. I would for ROOMS : -HEL-WANTEDFEMALETwo --
I eligible
like ta know if am
.. .. bwiei renal
ewlltlsd Total this month 5.62 ins.
I allowance I :
1tA iWMrr Maa.t. liar ......t) ofewtwr Exces this month .06 in;. i the education, readjustment Completely formatted trailer or
.- ...... .. ..-iderillltj this .. _._ 45.49 ins. i' and guaranty loan provisions comfortable sleeping rooms waitresses end barmaid.
year of the G-I Bill? Young : Apply Palm Club Stock Is-
between season *
M ... 'd ehsl tan.P
Extras this 12.54 ins.
i e r .4 a twit $IW.A&.OOO ,4 Relative year Humidity. ,! A: No. Benefits of the G-I Tourist Rest, 1721 Fiaaler i land. Call in person.oct213tx
Bail are available only to Woild Phone 1172-J. I Ii
tta..ta M tli .i re44eeg i ':)0 .nu i
.......u amwp..s t.. pe.."ideIII 64', +,I War II veterans. --
i .wahaM Ih heat I" lMicaatw..bsrsR I !j I (Veterans wishing further information FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Waitresses wanted. U'eaver's.Phone .
Barometer about veterans' bene- ____ 9232.; ocl22-3t
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......I .........t..... LtveD. 8:33 a.m. il !II
... w "NUt' ant 1 1I fits may have their questions Overseas: Hotel, low rate Cof-1

i.kNit.. ... .. MY 'asN I 30.07 ins.1018.3 Almanac mbs.Tomorrow's !I enswercd by writing the nearest'VA i fc* shop. bar. oct2-26t: HELP WANTED-MALE

....- .... .. n-h.eil bards Sunrise ... 6:29: &.m.!I .regional oWceI -) j,
.. ... ...... I FOR RENTBUSINESS Young man with some sales ability -
.. a3
gthrt.. swuWseat t. Sunset -10:17): p.m. I I Mace, as well as nutmeg is dei PLACES : to be exclusive dealer f jr

..ftlwwsa Y J. )I." ate units MuonrMC p.m'l I hen-US eprinl led on baked custard I' !I Baby Butler Feeding Table in
Muonset .11:43 Try it on bread .
before baking. Monroe County. Write
tt1..r .sst e41.-Lot a Original place- "The Cistern" I Baby
..ILSJ tr pinup s ta raris IhW1: I i!I'pudding and on sugar cookies, too. j 425 Greene.; Suitable small Care Guild, P.O. Box 1011.

....... ... nt da.ru__. TIIIRS I I I business. Apply 620 Elizabeth. Coral Gables.; Fla.. for further
1taai.I w iat --W Iseeder I ill Tomorrow room should have good general :,
swArltrlta.i at a time
wmtls. III isi.tMety is need of tEa!!tern Standard Tim) f light in addition to direct light iI j' WANTED Ta RENT MEN! -

-- ........ I High Low I from a reading l&ir.p. GOOD JOBS HERE!

Wit b vwt, lei ...s pr'h'i- 7:30 ajn. i ; Furnished house or apartmentfor A rat many yoUng men are al-

t_ 4 ...... II. I ewr ,mews toM. lS.m. 6:05 Graduates of the higher c duca-4 Navy man and family. I"ad v benefiting immensely

ps.T4e .. ..... caareitwsieidjr. I tional schools in Soviet Russia } Phone. 91 6. Ask far Trauth.i l I frcm their U. S. Army and
) i I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA have to work for five 'Iar.t': od2 }-3tx U. S. Air Force training and

lMl 1r SCHOOLAihlraliu I 1 Reference Station: Key West) I potts to which they are appoint-j i technical experience. They i-e

n. s a41 ''liaACHfl' I Timed Height ofI ed. : WANTED .t getting experience with a cash

newt I I.I CNlTide high water I i-I -+-.' value. You can get the ':ainegood

I\l.r..e... Mwkt.r.Peswtt. C'hia Honda I TRANSPORTATION I Solaeone. wishing to donate apiano deal for yourself in any

<.nl. 'i i (bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft. Colo. I' -to PCS*.. 31 L, Vetc-rans of i ne of many jobs now bC 1fi

Kat........ N Wititneg.R.ww I Iy I No Name Key I Am traveling to Dent; .F/ureign W#?;., plvasc oont-ct offered by the new Army an lAir
-,,...... r.',I I (est end) +2h 20m rado. Will take one passenger Sunday Tony Arthur. Phoni 419. ; Force. First class spec'aJ-
Mt """ Fps.INt :; data Chicai Share expenses.See Leaving'l'eny.119.. #..a1dt.. ... .-. .. od20-3t tat scbols give you valuabletraining
Jl I+it. i i (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m Oct. 21. > J in technical ski1:..
I Simonton Sux t OCt22-2t i!: .NEED A StCO1CI)' BAWD There
-- 'i Caldes Channel WE i f are good jobs both Interesting -
,!I (north endt2h 10m +1.4 ft PIANO for,- o\1r. club... house! and exciting. Ordnance -
Plans :: oOoi I GARDEN AND LAWN What have soda Lions Club. : signal, medical, engineers -

,i NOTE: SUPPLIES call Nevy Armayor. Phone 20. i I radio radar, phot.-

Kadio Ih and i I (-)-Minus be sign subtracted.: Correctionsto Limited quantity of Tomato; oct203tSTORAGE ; graphy.opportunities weather: arc some offcr...twe'

i j (f> Plus sign Corrections to Plants. Key West- Garden & :: I Steady work. Free rctaxsm=,nt*
.vtll'tfY .fII -- The Aurfrah- ; be added. Lawn Supply Co. 914 Fienr.ns i plan. In"estigat.che con-

an... ......... 1e, .. to tee up aIAriR (h)-Hour. Street, Telephone 1019.oc\22-lf J i! t -Brick Storage Co. Furniture i; ptiote[ story. See a representative p
lu evatt.. IMt.aef UUFeeti or commercial. Phone 798 .today at the U. S. Ai my

d Aawutuw+.eig lhe ptopuaale'i ; (m)-Minute.I octl-tf'I and IT. S. Air Force RecruinnSStation.
i "" hhare MmstwJ i I REFRIGERATION I It's at Federal BIG!;-
*"<> O-fle, said there combined with MISCELLANEOUSWasfiers the dour :o
t I Chopped prunes Miami. Fla Open
.... 51 Mit...(. td aaeializingi pecans and brown sugar make a Immediate service domestic or I I a bright future for yo'JrseitYou .
.... aJi.
A\ pat trroathsitTngte .I delicious filling for baked pears commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration irons, vacuums end stall find these car'r: ;

J:. r .....1..1 of the 'nr P\'t"' Serve with whipped Sen-ice. Phone 724-W. I fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone I worth your while- pcT121tNO10

evaporated milk or cream. oct22- tx 11e4-M. .octl-tf.


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''illtlpttggltllilllliWlAM s -- Tag Day" Set To Raise \\ n- r:

SOCIETY 'NEWSI I' Hizh School Band To ,, 1!, .

f r The."Band Boosters"of the Key. LOber 30
By ,JESSIE GIBSON :: West Junior-Senior high school I Tax Oar a t1M
The Citizen Qffic>-51 1 j met Tuesday evening In the high the 0 W'' 1tt s
Phones: R.sidcac.22.Rf school auditorium. A large group event *i0'i
.. ____.;"'.."".....''of interested parents and .friends are
Ir1, lrmuntclrtuuuulnnulenllaamtitnMonroe t4,11 ,of band members attended. The be a II
over which President "Key 1 i w A+at
County Council Of Parents Everettc Rivas presided. and its
.1 I 'The principal discusions centered member s l.1*

I. Teachers Met Wednesday And upon ways and means to send I "and we
the band to the Orange Bowl. Oc- the
Appointed Delegate To Convention" I "LIr ilwt i
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fi i ...lees ....
-...e... =:The Monroe County Council of Palm-Be n.'Ndf 9 firousb..IljMiss i'l Girl'.S OlitS From jDania i i.
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Marion'V iorl>
Tdrents and Teachers, tits meeting I ea was appointed :
: Fla To Be /
to handle the publicity, \ ... but
: J | "Wednesday'Afternoon in the i i concerning the council's fightagainst I .. .. .c:
rr ..i high .school..8wtitofium. learned j jhe !i proposed amendments 1.Here Tomorroir FRIDAY. trw --
j jI
i .... ., .whys ;In1.wherefore of health j ji land 2 to the State tonstitution.j .. ..
: f' '. examinations for children before : These amendments .concern the II I I Eighteen Girl Scouts and four i 1' Jl'4 & err M.rse-
they start the school year. gas tax revenue. I II Florida[ Miss fT': -- eseil fl.
Miss Vivian Andes: public I':: Miss Williams art teacher will j I I the ..rtst
health nurse, who was Introducedby I f mAke posters ,for a civic project]i I morrow at noon. They will be met r
J.I I .I"I and served lunch Now. .........
County Health Officer Dr. which the council will undertake.A I at Bayview Park ; '
B. Parramore, discussed the vari- committee cf all presidents of!!by the Key West Girl Scouts.: luU... : /4r.rrait .f M1 rtlis
After lunch a sightseeing tour of --- .a I
ous shots children receive and ex- PTAs principals and music teachers >
plained the advantages to be had was appointed to plan a uiu, the city is planned. Fern ... ...j&;. ..
from accepting the health opportunities steal program'to be given to raise Tin group from crn ..... :aldst.I .
offered in the puLlic funds. ing the week-end at Marathon I &: I ..... .........
.schools. The next meeting cf the Coun- and wishes to visit the southernmost I .. J 4.tJ ... I
The council, in its business cil will be held at Tavernier, city before returning to I ,,' Irian.'C-- ..-- .....
meeting, voted to send :Mrs. when the rd-orgaaization of the Dania. Correspondence between 1 .. i .._. aeear
Charles McCraw, its vice-presi Matecumbe and Tavernier, Par- Mrs. Lee Thompson of the Key I
dent as its delegate to the PTA'I.ent-TE'acher Associations will bei West Scouts and Mrs. Mary Cruz. II 7 ......... I
convention to be held in West i started. who is accompanying the I'' .. r. ....*wr

.. group made Dani"l } --
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"Follies Of 49" Will Be Presented ,two groups possible.'Supper I sion nrers of 8 I. IMkoti I

: 'By'Junior Woman's Club Decemlier1. .!} Given For 'i w rk<< .1prGj [ Ciipbtmril

At a special: meeting held last' hilminia Harvey; Mrs.; .Bejtv;:\\filiss: Emma Ayala j= Lake I
: evening by the Jr. Woman's Club It ||Saunders. I[ The ."' '' .4
I Tickets .Mrs.'Helen'SchackJ Wedding Parly j I traffic ". ....
in its clubhouse Duval Street, j
on j chairman:.Mrs.KathenntJ Brown l j jI l I I to reach ..... I ......
plans were made to present "The'FaIies ]I MiSs Cora Lee Curry, Miss Louise Miss Emma Neal.Ayala and her ..'. .... -- .....
of '4;}" at the high school' Ketching, Mrs. Anna Launders.. -i iI ,fiance Lt. George John Now.USX. auditorium sometime in Decem- I ITalent'I ,Mi3: Elissa Moreno .|!and their wedding party were shared .! r ..... .M
ber. I I I chairman Mrs. Dolice Curry, Mrs. ', given a poet wedding rehearsal j 4 i but no. ....... s w talent/
last night by Mr. and Mrs.'i been ... I
j Shirley Leider; Miss Mary supper .. _.t e.-
The club is importing a director J i[I Miss Joan Elbertson; Miss i Bob Pollock in their home. 527 of the c '
from New New York to produce I'Ketchum, Mrs. Ramona &llers.1 i Margaret street.Attending I I termine
and direct the show. All talent Mrs. Josephine. James I the supper were Mrs. I
will be local and the club will J'II James. I Ralph Now, mother of Lt. Now I !; -WEAK
have a talent party-time to be After Show Cabaret Mrs. Shirley -j I Mrs Emma Ayala. mother of the
announced later-for all those in- Leider chairman; Miss Ellie bride elect, Lt. Comdr. John'I I I."ttel. I '
terested in helping to make the j t Rac Gwynn, Miss Cora Lee Curry j I' Odell Mrs. Mack A. Roper Lt. HERYOUI-
event one of the season's high-' Mrs. Kathryn Brown. Miss I II and Mrs. Gene Lewis and Mr. and I Fern
spots. I I Joan Elbertson. Mrs. Bascomb Grooms. I Star .mtf ttw* to**'* -
Miss Ayala's marriage to Lt i .... Is
Committees were namel as follows Finance-Mrs. Nathalie Knight I I In the .- # "
: Soft Drink Concession Mrs. Now will be solemnized today it I'' ..... ;. .. :,, -,
Ad Book Campaign-Mrs. 1>0-1;I Hester Richardson chairman;J 4:30 p.m. in St Paul's Episcopal I ......; ;: .
lice Curry, chairman; Mrs. Marion Miss Louise Ketchum, Mrs. An- I I Church. I"ti" ,.- -... ,............ -
Strunk, Mrs. June Cook Mrs Kay nice Curry. Mrs. Kay Mercer. I t Mrs. ..... ,. '......e
Mercer, :Mrs. Pauline Retchings Raffle MisS Ellie Rae Gwynn i I POLLOCK'S HAVE turned ... .M.... i .r.r. w.
Miss Joan Elbertson. chairman. ... ...... ... I
Publicity-Mrs. Margaret Scul 'Patrons-Mrs.: Anna Launders I fashion L r..un _
ly, chairman; Miss Virginia Whit- chairman: Miss Mary Sellers. Miss]. STERLIXG -- ...
marsh Miss Edna Iloff, Mrs. Wil-' Virginia Whitmarsh. a
____ ,., As, indicated .elsewhere on \hill':
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1T'onnaII's Social& Of. Christian ,ServiceOf ---1. I pa report ge, and of this column. Pollock's.R earlier t II HOSPITAL-.KEY \
: -. : Quality Jewelers have received'I WEST ONLY rftf AVCQ $SSir. ....
Fleming St.. Methodist fctiurch Met ti elf In fshlpAonr- r GORHAM,
I Sterling. Emergency K.NHH krat.. 3t Hour 4 lr '

The Woman's Society of Christian -f!served with',a Quiet Day* 'service Pollock's state that they have I .ll.t.n' ,.,.,..,.;.. In 419r.s.l......
Service of the Fleming Sfrect'Methodist 1! in the home of Mrs. Claude Salis.61S' ; all Available' patterns and invite I wool .
Church held its regular I the r patrons to inspect this love. Par MfhtOutPatient
monthly meeting at the church,' Francis" Street Wednesday, I y silver which is ready for immediate lime, 361'.W.. ,..", .
Monday evening.Following October 27 'at 10.00ajn. and delivery.
Except On Saturday a-net 'ienelq'
a short devotional Thursday. October 28 in the Flem- Attention is also called to the
Mrs. Glorianna Bay ly gave an interpretive j ing Street Church.,.All women oi various plans offered by Pollock's (.ompletee L vburalwy ..... '...e' It.nrMifirs

talk on World Community -' Key West are invited to these whereby one may start a silver THIS HOSPITAL rs 199WMililtl 1. CMC P1.
Day, to be observed[Fri-;services. service wkhout having to purchase MATCRXITT M D1CA\. AH* IVfI-'M. .....
day, November 5 by the United ![: a complete service or pay
Council of Church Women. Mrs. ': Present at Monday's meeting for it all at once.Of'ERSE1IS I

Bayly also spoke on "Pack a TOWel [were the :Mesdames C. M. Rich- t GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
for a Teen-ager" in displaced!!I A.OU.MEMJIBALL
[tirdson, Alice John
in Europe and refugee Albury DR. JULIO t K F... ........
persons camps | Knowles C. J. Peat Mabel Suar- P1.1.\"()
camps in Asia. She urged]tez, Jennie :Malone Paul Richardson 117 Eaton T.4.JISSf 141
each -
woman to do all she could j .4PI'OI."T.U E."T
toward this project. I]:!! Chester Sawyer, Thomas Fel-
In today's Citizen the Overseas
A business meeting was held : ton, J. B. Reid George C. Russell Radio and Appliance an .
with :Mrs. C. M. Richardson, company
president Carl Bervaldi. J. R. DeLand. nounces the new Kimball piano. Slrrrltfs
presiding.A j Glorianna Bay Iy, R. R. Russell The Overseas Radio and Appliance
week of prayer will be ob-!land Miss Lillian Carey. company is the exclusive Kimball I

._". ---.-... --.- -..---.. '-' -" -- dealer in Key We>it. I Hera / !
The new Kimball has three
Dr. And Mrs. J. Y. Porter, }r., clusive tone-touch feature ex-I
I I eluding the Kimball balancedeven
Honored Receptions WpduP.uln\JO \r tension scale. Kimball direct I 1 VlJf/}'? At POLLOCK'S eiv h+eehs
--.l motion action and: the Kira-
A reception honoring Dr. and Comdr. and Mrs. R G. Walling ball pipe organ tone chamber.
1 Mrs. J. Y Potter. Jr.. was brin'n Lancelot Lester Mr. and Mrs. Al- What? Sterling Srlmwfth H.M''' ;
uy'Mr. and Mrs. W. Currv Hams!ton Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Son To SmithsMr.
in the Harris' home, 820 Waddell Haverland, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
avenue Wednesday evening. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Norman I and Mrs. Leahe Smith. 714
Dr. and Mrs. Porter have recently Brantley, Mrs. T. O. Bruce, Mr. White street announce the birthof '
returned from Georgia:and Mrs. Lew G. Smith Mrs a seven pound six ounce Mn The Gorhtim
where they spent their honeyi i I I Ruth Mane Jackson, Mrs. A. P. Joseph Scot in the Monroe County i JII'INllf.r'
moon. They were married in I I Ranting. Mrs Frank Fernandez Municipal Hospital October 2
Mountain City Georgia on S tember 18 Mrs. Porter is the former I Mrs. Neil Knowles Mrs. Harold The father i* stationed with Yow .... osaiMJ aremsr r nor ear willrlint. .

West. Beulah Brantlcy of Key;;V.Lt Brcwn.and Mrs.Mrs.Martin Arthur A.Sheppard Wilhelm, Navy at Boca Chica Field. I eI S....... iE a.e... awe ......

Attending the reception were I Mrs. R. G. Mendoza. Subscribe to The Citizen. i IH .$T ..... M....rtr flRidmtiiwy .. ...... .

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Hallowe'en Dance : :rn II
Planned for 30th Hew r Ede Iisar r attlEElt cal trA.. _... I

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By Fleet ReserveThe Te 't e4 :e eue.a 8ea. to***. *r tofsMsj..- .._ ,.......... iii allies a..... ..... CI
Fleet Reserve Auxiliary I 'The President's Protective Investment Plan
will hcla H: bwe'en Costume r ...a safe, flexible means of providing income rws. a ......1. ".... as ....... ....
Ball in the Fleet Reserve Club, .for the future. I! yoa die within 20 years all we I.... If Mr tlaat.lneatadrI ....,.
41SI2 Front street Saturday October have'made will be returned toyear I

30.Music. I iaoiily plus-the,principal amount ol the i I
will be furnished by the
'i' Coral Isle Serenades and dunnng I .tract.. II I 0.$ .I.P. Crt.i l.... L.a ._. w ei111iviwswt .
r, will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m 7" Octane. Sec sit.afVr r.- --

best Door prizes and prizes:; for the c-.c. s,.., ....... ... r .., LE.ia. ewe
costumes will be awarded. a *
wteii.rt .. ilt1 ..
spokesman promises.CROSS .. sttsaai 14. .
HER-FACE--WAS-- II. S. Holcomb !

A IJ rAfJTy'F: MARRED aY t '
: District Manager Mote ,.... a.iwces.. ..... aPOLLOCK'S 1

EYESMarriage 1 BOX 569 KEY WEST. FLA. 1

careers int I
the girl with goo$looks. -..r Otf UTLf ,
Don'ttetuosseyeacuntyea I I IIl
% out. Reconstruction II
Method often sUCcessful : THE. IRHnHUB UFS mSURRRCE CO.ntWUtSWD .: i $ It I
in ONE DAY.Site
professional treatment; 6000 successes1BOOKLET : 'SPRiIl6f1EL0 i 11111115 ._ t

Z.. .,UII FULL intor;. ,on r* UIVKl SINCl MM JTIHE I
DEE ems Non Pro1a Inslilt.tlGa.wute- ..
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CROSS IYI FOUNDATION IlL t a 4i ) ... fas IlrEes ..
|J(GtAMAM BLDG.MOSOtaVlU.nOfcO : I -- -- -

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:!rt_ FRI A Y. OCTOBER 22. 1948 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN : .. .
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: a : TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO!" BUY"lIWheD load. thew. L4N 7'U:u to.' .bel. ,' IIlL" ,) DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YWIOOYSHOP 'r

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"4 ... fc 5 Motor Court : ...........-....; ..........----------......-.. -------------- --------------- :.............................eeeeee wsaa.oi. :
.. 7It DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 r ., I
903 Slmonton Strtet i :Uw It W l EI l pfnnal* WE REPAIR *T f .... a ',
Jj OwnenWp Management : Nice Selection of' GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. : t 15 -' W E SELL I T .: '. POOR OLD CRAIG II

F Jil =1"| S .* BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toy for the Children ': : We Will;Call For ud Deliver : : : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station I
S :. Will RE OPEN : SHOWING of Electrical Appliances. ;.. : so" Yean Experience,, .Electrical- Work ':. 'i : J. K. BKAOT. Muagw too HM :

,' SOON***..a..**ee.'c,. l' '.1 '211 buval Strce I5 : .: Marco Mesa. Jr.. Prop. ; a tt..i ... mMM ....1s .

J :* ...........................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-, .l.. ::. \ ..t .. BLECTRlb\11\.TLt.E> QHE''41 : I..:.' 701 DUVAL STREET a : Tire Tube a tUttcrir Antw Atni Ht<

J 3 S The Belt of HOME SUNDRY STORE 'r; :...........................................: 122. SIMONTON- STREET .......".'.Out...PURE.....OIL...cad....GASOUHS... .+. .**.*.**. .. .i
.. aB a: lID .a::..a...........a...... "" ::; Dry Cleaning; a .........................a....a>...a..a...?*.*,,.
and : .
a, T.PlEa...will..* Fresh be ..rRUIT.ilabl. ''. "Your Patronage 1D ,ii.d"' ':. : PRITCHARD :: RUSSELL'S a, ':. 24-HOUR and 'Prfxtinf SERVICE ,.: : Body and Fender RepakmgAUTO !

alirUr at BENNY'S : Ice Cream ..Proprietary Medicine a .: : FUNERAL a :: Frw Pick-Up and PAINTING !i
: MOTOR COURT : : Sick : 'i I DRY GOODS : DcbTtry Srrk a
.. .. ................eeeeeee a Room Supplies School Supplies : a SUITS for MEN a COMPLETE RADIATOR SE8YKETONY'S :

'. ..........Toilet......Preparations.............and....Articles..a....a...a....: :a HOME : .: 1105 OUVIA STREET .:.a: a: Made-tn-Mrasiire and WOMEN: a a AUTO AN : I

1 ..................... ............... ........aa. aa..a a.....:... Let Those Serve' :.: PHONE 373Specialising :. ''S PHONE 2t2 : : i t
? : a $09 M CREEME: SmCCT "
r GOMEZFURNITURE JMUMFORD and ROSS Who Serre Best : .a.sass sass a ss s.saas***.SooI$11111"

:\1 a STREET a a WE HAVE NEVER : :. inWomen's aa ...................... .eeeeeeeecceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGLAMOROUS s. "
: Easy and Blackstone : BETRAYED A TRUST- : .. : ? | }
S CO. : and
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: : n. DUVAL aTREEiNali.aaI1 Electromaster Ranges : WE NEVER WILL .a .. OPEZIFuneral : ct t.t r.. r. ... '1M..w :: ,

;-AdvertisedPredMCts Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units a : Ambulance ServiceTelephone :. Children'sApparel .: :. .. -, doLvucurlCold a:

..: (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : 548 -= Service a : :7 Ways P M
: &ea. PUstk Floor : 333 i i1
... ................PHONES. 9150 a N Tez Sleeps a : : : Established IMS a .=.
ttlfL.l C..rlag Y -...a..................... A a4l. *l MI-I UtlMrt /
., a: eOU,ey ribs Venetian a: ............................... .................... ..5IIISISIISII. .. -.-.5555555- --a.aaaa_ II- '!.aaa 1155515155511551- --.a---.a.---.--.a--.-.-aaa-- -. :: Licensed Funeral 'a -./1/ NEWLO: vtM ..CMi.* 1.*..ea tea ..p.... 0 a: Iir: (

eLimaae. Appliances.eM .. .., :; : Directors and a ( 7'flU 111. (1a' I Gel $1 :
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'a .at the Iiarw fa..aa :
boa rei ; A. MYERSLicensed a
S .t.. and MohawkAaexiattter : ; 14l : : Euibalmers24Hour a .. I'5 1 : :.

Rugs : Ma11a.ass .vaaaa.........a a.
---- Insured Make Your (IY nll e11 U" 1 \9. i

.y .. :: OPEN r;.TILL Z Term 9.00 P.M. a: ,. : Ambulance a Appointment CAROLYN =1 != !\ faT

.. ., .. .....MON......and....SAT......... N PAINTING ESTIMATES ALL ContractorFREE WORK GUARANTEEDTelephone a .: Service : el.Now 175 Oft,.._ He el Mt. Hi. ...U| iii :

y a Dual Jeffenaa Hotel :. Phon. 135 Night CSS : DONALD>> BAAM
$127,114 Street.
.. ... .eeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeS .. J. Douglas Trevor :e..........................................asSe ............a....... .......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ..... .......e..1
: ......e....a...aa.........a.a.............., ::: : .. ... :::..aa.. ::::
i PRICE TOURS i ....a.....a............ : ;;;ii:; eeee ** : I
: : 1829 Harris AYe. Key We5t. n. : ElectricRanges i a : NOOK

: r.ewqn : :. PHONE 1374Rass. HOTPOINT i Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. a Scientific; Beauty Culture) i
\ : in All BraiwKeaTborowfhljr J-i
IVpn.utatlYH : : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : : Fa' !

.. ..s .: :. unary W a : Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery :, i a a OperatorsSoft E.p.1i .ud .: :.

? 1vrT t : FLORIDA EAST : ........................._.....a..a.........a.a.Saaaaaa HOMEAPPLIANCE l : CONCH SHELLS Water Cw4Pbon Lsecstl l7Qy :

!i COAST RAILWAY ........... ... : 605 SIMONTON STltEET PHONE 11 : :. All au.. : : 637 636 FUnuaff St. :
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... ....... oast. ; Save 20% ...... .......a : COCOANUTS .......aa......aaaa.e..a.................a5aaa.5,
Fire Insurance S Former Ctutomcn. rrienOiFrances said .the Pbki
i OR. COBO'S oa. dwellings.m \ and Soil : :
rc a n t 11. Landscaping, Top SPONGES Salon
: by INSURING with a Beauty
rrouusn : OFFICE : bldgs. home- I
: bold and : TOP SOIL SB.SO PER YARD or 51.00 PER SACK : -
personal ()
P./k w111e
a Atlantic i Mutual Fire I Insurance (a. France /
ftZMIJIO rrarrrPIIONE a su eats. : MARL HAULED.SS.OO for 4 YARDS : : Will'Ship to Any Part ;
: .... .. Le Casaba HeW : : Save 15% on All Polidea Kea-Aueuabl ; a Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Vary Reasonable : .a of U.S.ou- Canada: a : lilt$ CRINNEU. a

IOSPITALIOSPITAL : : 124 ; ; litStock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 i i .: Marcy S. Pal cio : Ueeuty. Culture In .tf .IN *&.**. I

'aelITALNEr1' ......................: eeeee_ ........................................... .: G., WE, ms CH 1021 PlIOISE Olivia 801 St. :: : Rear 401 South St.a Facial P.( +ot1.&h-peo&e8&p&; ...s., ara. :

............................... .... ........ : KEY WEST. FLORIDA A--I ...... UN t t
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+ riwat eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeKIJ0 : ;........a............. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMARION'S
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'" : ; ; $12 Fleming St. R D(.Daniel*.Prop Phone 101 : Open Daily and Sunday, SaId : CAYO HUESO !

.. I.... : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : : It
an ; Cushman Motor Scooters : IEBVDfa :. Appraisal BEAUTY SALON : : \
J." I Dinners SoulbenuB IleuM j .
.. Sale and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE 'f : Lease ;
+ kA l EAd : in the UAA. ;
a Also A La Carte and Sandwiches a :. Rental 1400 DUVAL STREET s : f fOLD

__ RIDE AWAY. e..-REASONABLE........................PRICLS...] ...............:. :, Management SlkriatisinRn :.
: 'Improved ud VacaatProperties : Hair COLORING:
TARL e........ .aa a .. a. leeeeeeeeeeee .'
4t\.iQ\ : BUI : 1 ; :. ad )donna la.. Xer County Weal : Hair Permanent CUTTING WAVING i :.
T' kpha..r11.l1. : N0.l ; INSURANCE I ..' : Stylu al : .:
t tha / Now yas can ride ea eeoaotDi- : : J. 'OTTO SlenderisingSpot :
awn 1 g l Cvuhmu* Motar mfootmf : FIRE WIND .' AUTO : ; REDUCING fI
1 NKB I while VjlBt tar tt...and the T : KIRCHHEIKERREALTOR
: : nose you tare ever ether : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; : a Mechanical MASSAGE: t .:

a fer utMcU a Cabaoam.of truwporUtioa.Ceoe aa l per fertn S: : Key West Insurance Co. i :: ell Fleraiag Street : aa Open Moo.-Wed. at frLETtnina _4L : :
: a :
I HOT Fun! Wonaatieaveeeeeeceeeeeeeeeee : til WhJlebead steel ; : *-AppointntentaAre I

: KEY WEST COLT CLUB : ...........................a.aaaa.a..aa..!...a.. :a ail BIMONTOli STREET' PHONE 1171 .: :.. Phoaee 114 ud TJI-B :, Neceuary :
....... ............. Directly in Front of Postofficeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee PHONE 1311"CoolmSt
aa .... eeeeeeeeejeej ej> aaaa.alStEOA1RED ................................................ ...*.....eeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE Shop la Town" :::
: eeeeeeeeeJOHN ... .. ............... .mm..............aaaaaaaaa.a
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: BICYCLES [ w, :i
: 2+/10"c'Il'it..,. : fOR Rl.NT [ CURRY I :
Mil N.tIowateVIII : Key West Jewelery Co. : :
: w. Bur. DIAMONDS and : Oar Customers Mutt B i OFFICE LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM I
Satisfied a :
See DanI! a
,.... .. _._ .. STREETOpposite
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)eI11 )t ...-.-.. ......N..NA.....,-- OVERSEAS CYCLE STOREeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee; Installations and Repairs : _Bus Station :
.. .. .. Pint PticLigt .11 !
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.,........ \.: .. .NN...ry....In..........wkvtkvr... -..M SMwN i. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone No. 1 : NEVY ARMAYOR'SLA f
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and .
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vN r w 1 .r..1.ed. FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST ; '
.. -. ....... ..1a : FAROLA SUNDRY i S
--/r .11 : -THE-
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S w L- U PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Call Us and Be Satisfied a
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.e. ..: .-. -MM.,.......... ar : I2> DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 a i PorterAllenCompany a a i
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a Magazines Proprietary t
..: I-*wNa.* Mkta- :21 wa/h m mrn.,.. :. awe o.lInrBelt : Phones 781'and 229-W ,
: Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : School i Supplies' !
..... rarll : KLY WEST JEWELERYCO : : : : a : S

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.. eeeee *e eee* *** *****eeeeeeee_ MOVERS
r ret i. i CARABALLO : WEST HOUSE a !
: Wbra You Co : :' a
Food Shopping : PLUMBING ; M n:tug, liaising or Shoring Horses, Garages, ; : Under the New OwnertM. a4 M.......Mel a a' !Ii
aa : Boats or What Hare You : OPAL E.: VAN DCVMCNDittinctire : U'
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: lie Sure to Get
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BONDED and UENSED: : ; Gifts rttf fJrreiafam :
.rr.rrtlila CONTRACTORS FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : and Tastes In A irtdr' Vrhv Hew. *,*.* aa :
-... clIoIJJum IW* All Work Guaranteed && Comer Whiteheed a.d Ce.U*. fttoeeto Pee< IH : \

Installations/ ..............aa...............a....a......a.. e.e..............a......aa........aa.aea....:
e e Maintenance ,, eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeWhr .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCASA a
ENRICHED BREAD ; Pay More When You CaD BUT For Less?
: .. CORRAL MAt *'*( :
: Repair Seirage : : #Dir USE YOUR CREDIT i

a The Fonndmtion of Todty'm : Men's Ladies'and Children's Wear : Sjtefialisinf i in SftenUh TINN! A: MMC trttert : "
a : Prompt .ReliableREASONABLE DAILY SPECIALS-CWckeo ... .
II..J PlmMnlngKALm : Curtain Drapery' Couch Covers Bedspreads Cragwe4eM. : !Ii
UAIITBits T a, : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : and Seafood ANY OAOCA) A LA CARL : : ..
: ; Mr and Mr*. E. F On"ai M. sad O.eve :
f AJULLDO PHOTSte ; PHONE 1120 j HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO : ; Open, Daily l 7 A.M..2 P.M. and S .t.M..12 .H.! :
: Tay Wt Aral a$1 a
St. Phone 1512eeeeeeeeeeee : MRWE: ARE: SMALL BUT WHAT ?... :

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{ t'kapMt' 1i The almost of times got my last face night.slapped. a ,I..'''' 1 ..... .. wi1t.
er .
I'T.' ffr*.hilt eleven Ii **k.wal. spoke r ta. sea' a. 1wp 1.e ..
I t.. J.**. SMMh4 kk ftlMife4 Dont reached under his blotter and ..... .....................
It*** AVSrTW CLAPP not out pulled out -mimeographed, -
)tfX4CHMC sad muttered into little f .-"You're probably interested fp ,,vy s
rarrbn the.25' T
the labtheck
to clean -BjCYCLES-
0*. asftatt aAr* Cka, waa emif shot at ". '
e14d a ......... ......ver .'aiNtl is the get "Didn't know'you'd have it this
era..... ner" i. ::Qid you get enough dirt out, Repaired tfki Rentedml ,
._ But hit takerecover I the gun to give you anything to
-B '
WISE tM << with?"Walter James scanned; ties M''w

1" ..=.. ;***part tafktnfre ofr murder ) "This report.thou wiU.Aooryqu htf\Jny.. son. Face tLLi.; 111(3.11'1<<: i RirvWMUk :
"If I "
down to Cheap fac$ powder. %( $ HJ1'III
.. ....... the The slender detective frowned.;
w. e w earner i
Okay well. we1L"I K \1'1OyerstJS
., the Yt fit
at... Ax* wan MM err
know what yoa're thinking
Irt $
In a rMUMH. ell win off deal on I've.done it.". said1 Clapp. "It Cycle S4eteno
rgN rwt '
face powder that Shasta
and. D.mer," \ Clapp any has in her dressing room- > Dte4sLsra ftt ...... .
.... be"v. front
ri ..*. 'Creiss uses pretty expensive stuff.*
+ a*** .
it could be her body powder.:
R ..**. !". .. MT s Wired" operate. tests run pretty close.But then

; .*. trot CtoFP. Wa1tf'fI thing. .store it could's practically
saiii..d atad..lI"'tJ. smoke" discovery but not very con- of state to his farm near Havana. Bight: demonstrates his skin with a tractar. Left: He has a cop af cLlcr.;
ftfvc* tftM ..1 tf lap partner Was ." HOT WASHERS
?'' < a .... M San f>!eO Qa.tY.Do like .38 back and a li- __ _. .. ....... ._ truiHnninnfflumHffinnniHitBnninuniiuiiiinitiiu'iiii _
"I'd my --- --- -- -
M a lrt...s Putrtr.he. might Walter it around here I I Md $34 95
e to S26.95
mty ..4I **. lied MOM ideas -I "Not a carry chance James. It'd make : TODAY IN HISTORY I r gvess sends letters to Saint John's declare new bill >t rights n .

..-.. u.W. ..+etyKw iIIterKted: (I. Dent die," lookpretty silly if you do turn West In !' and to Nova' Scotia. : to end representatives Germany CI.E: TIC: F.VW'
.....t.. thinking to be a mass murderer and I've- Key ;; (Know America 'here-but neither 1946-Russia rejects A'rki' I'. :

--.Yin bad WM In Sari : your iveJ)' .!OU a -gun*license. .No:. 1746 Princeton: ; Utvyersity answered._ proposal to unity Oenrawr's *" N.I& 1ft l-11.9

A._ I a *.*. ...t.... FU She :- \ Gone !cl\artered-t.he country's' 'fourth normc" life.
| \ 1'j Histor.c Treaty signed .
"That's all 'right.d Walter -
..4 all' MM trig and laM tion Days By college. ; 1H47..Uu suk'. Vbh'n,lir I.
.. .... Denver has the : I got plenty of others.But First Continental X: fcettveen United' States..and Indians Fenestal md. II41
.. .. nHoff. Secretary
p'74-- !
25:5. it .. &M Dr don't want to be picked up for. AS TAKEN FROM FILES !i l : 'of the Six Nations, :tl. Y. TROPICAL TRAWKSeers
iWce : of them.1 man to .lnTeDA&--ra it
: .. is. I anyone. OF THE CITIZEN.OF. : \ '; 18M Gen. Sam Houston takes
IA did "You won't be as long as you Mrs. Florence';White :won fat Devil f'tset ..... teW
you '
sit Iis.'d forward and LitUe make it so bang. And if any OCTOBER 22 .1938 the prize at cards; and Mrs: RoV oath a9 first President of the Republic -'i Subscribe To '!'M-C -crt.
tW.MU*** Ma *"'* Aacen oa the Emnnninrnmiuiiiit'' -tnt of Texas.. 'I t
"What matters pop up you' iiiiiiiiiiinumiiminminu!! : :[ .ert Dopp was awarded a prize .

rin fefeetorIrtockrdwtthJtm flea knew h* Inventoried of better have be me.a witness" James. And ,. Key West Junior Chamber of cutting of cards. ;i! 1844 The day set by the MiLe
sedarat tat MtfM- He says -M Commerce and the City Recrea- recites as day world Was to come
Walter James' slid to the floor i
"e. .d$5 a tew clnanU out right call, me?" tion Department are arranging fora I: Louis Godinet and CeJido and to an end: I
tat..,. ... ".w u.p.A. either i "Or send a squad after you.*All series of events to be conducted Jdhn Valdez returned yesterday I9l7Chicagos Mayor Thomp
,.r..- .......ti4lseadriftedr Sling ,from Miami where they had been
how dinner sets.
few .....,- I "See you on soon.-my in Key. West during the winter#j jsecson. !:on a pleasure trip. .1'son's Committee arching the

*K s fcet. viA fwu en them at park of : << Out in the fresh, air, Walter' j I I M pUblic Iibrcry rEcords for traces ;
... -V....I ,:
top'eats. *... ....pp..w.very well WelerwrM either of I took..pocket his and hand looked out' .the his>| The se-trfth ,anniversary of the 1! Mrs. W. D. Wilder, wife of Captain 1' of' British propaganda find thai::
.. andy the'' Wilder of the several thousands of the books
trade k* P up hope Wrecking tug
of whit there. of
dirty founding ol the Convent Mary
tts4 IN.hint that P 1st that. Clapp read square: Immaculate! in Key West will be 1 I Warbler, who had spent the summer i were. presented, the library by|
.. ask BON i in Norfolk, returned yester- ''Brik in's Queen Victoria after
< celebrated next Monday. :
.. ir Wil boys pUyA4 NeuroPsycMoulton \i day. i the big fire.
w ticklish } 1 .
t. DM Mm rraton.Wt haven't ': .. *i| Andrew Woody celebrated his 1 1933-President Roosevelt e4- '
Ml Mrv MMicfc .t any gang when : I. Building j jTe i!I[thirteenth birthday anniversary Mrs. Mary 'Caring left this 1 tablishes Government marketfor
ti whie ... here. .Janes.mss' .- \ \ be eaatlauedf) y i on Wednesday evening Winners I morning for Miami to visit her gold. -

-..- -. -- 1,'1 in the lucky number contest were '(I j brother J. N. Weatherford, who is 1940 Roosevelt establishes I '41Christ.
Edward Tines and Mary Mar- I ill. priority of defense milers with

WILL VOU: SMILE;;? j shall.: private.firpis.1944Gon. .
Senate Bows To Y I.. I Today The Citizen says in an
I I II editorial Patton's forces push
\ paragraph: *!**
i I Unpleasant i News was received in Key I"Nothing is more dangerous{I German back.

a, CDWIft B. I!West today that Mrs. Mamie thdn half the truth.** 1945 Occupation authorities '. .. .. t rwaq
j. Remindersr ,Atchison 56, had died in Miami.- t .. ___._- --- --- .rs.1
AP Nw WA5HINCTON.--One.l.a ur.f thing the l Burke-Whal'i' those names II I' She was a former Key WesteF: LJ title

I written on jour calendar' "Lois" Mrs. F. L. McConnell left'yes
dO tea a to cut tb* rr. ot 'I
rag age
I'j on the 2nd; "Madge" on the 5th; terday for a short visit in Miami: Look! FULL ''GLASSESwhen 1 e Mate
..... a botch or two. It is now "Julia" on the 20th and | 12 dye-

Onrf 9 5 nc Mats are at stake !I! aHme" on the 30th? .. "GeJ'1'; '! Hostesses of the Junior Wo-
t. f| svnatois will b* a older e Mete s.4u. ..m
q year i i the idea? I man's Club at its social meeting
14 eaaai r replacements. usually are i I l Watson Those arp 1my all. Thursday afternoon, were Miss I you buy i M .wryr ,...

Volmttery tetkement and primary ; mony' days. Barbara. _Carey and Miss_Xerua : I
..Mr.d M aww smotors. Total age -- -- --:- eM.te..
this carton!
yew. *. ola ovafoq of betweer I WINTER PAYS A PREMATURE VISIT 1 !l & .j' ....... ....
t4 ... N
year Think of it-with 2 ; in every 12- ,
Tto... *.>*. writ reyUre them LA ounce bottle of Pep fullolaasee ute bo_ Mere .ef
.a* ..%.. !. .W y.uaaer. Voters 1 ( ) t t t& Fepn! America's tiggrst cola; value! ya11That's
end Hi* gets rraprr par the av- Oscar I mV
I ...... a year ar every two 4. Why a Merry Chrlatmea
,nw.. .. k,- terns just retary
-. r i(. I Om:.>ga Start at SlAtSI. FlfONC )IMt
t 1 I
.....awr Qp iac (R.Ka..) at S3,, burn in Y COMf IN ei PROM t..Af'il' .
k W ...*.H pressed. senator and|I
Cart '
M bar sktMeii against seeking. !,I| Itranes t \\ wrr '
nfl ...... lie. M more than Mara ,
.. I Co. j i .wrc ._
aiii Mw age e( the present I.I' .
fir.1.h5 ay." Srna. .*r Mr .
CbHlsy err Hw H...4 M the my pl'ft-:'I onet> :' t -- .
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..4 iet>aUr M the leesMebttlr | in :
I I Dr.
., Otit'IerrK
t..*bahly will lose | of I VALUE

Marl. ..... b a-.tI Long. Demo born rtler +t OLr.a We Will Give You

ee Aer ; Lousuna.U ago. rlf la.
aid ..IS be |yt JO. the minis I I Joan siccasrCola
... ... s4 Nr a aenator He .UW Japan. rrur!s.sw .
......,. to surreed' Senator I *_' e t te __.

Yeas i. t t>-L.*... .WM. M U and 1 the : tsrsrill yornrs UP TO $ !Hoo
say & Jtt*. ,pawnees retiring oratOl I NttRr;2.r) t of a rev
.......*. That wit rut 23 years Fort "v sorrcrtt eat...
aef S* agH te *f Senate age*.. J I -. t
lira ilrvgeet chase Smith born > t Bottled by: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. cf Key West .

(K<... .. KM >0, already has years ;---k;; : Under appointment from Pepsi.Cola Company New York III llthlt,

been iW. .ia< to swrred Senator' I I -j- .
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wile (R.MC I. 71 That will ben :.... -
...Me. II yew sit I Kv .'" PO' : FOR ANY OLD WATCH
followsof "- ,
fie trot pattern tt<' ,
aMtrra4l. atrM the other SenaUhough dent 4 Overseas

a4 qir.euneats I .I- born I __ __ ,- S- 1 Transportation
_.... Senates Green C tD'IUfar .) ago.Dr. I .
.M ........ re-election lie I ,/{, Wireoloto t Inc.
w M ....... .M sot senator but man Company
... wk. .* .KM ofHee brikiyand the :, I
II three inches cf:snow to Meadville. Pa. Students cf Allegheny
...... tii''>i-l ttie.t days when I ) I Fast Dependable Freight and Express Service
M "'f1 years: Ccllege: walk through the premature winter scene on the campus. i ii ,
eenat.A i I
14 tJ ttw precut ----

relso trrtt sM+ee. 1908 the al-! "10 ,\ D n" DIAPER BRIGADE ON PARADE AT :MIAMI CONVENTION I MIAMI\ \' and KEY WEST
.reglt II rid are in _. h

wiNr....... .. toM 1awmake-s I Between Miami and Key West I ,
.. as ... .... TweMP .we in {
U..I.. ii. sad. th In Herr .(.flywwdra.glrn ; I

Hale M' tie r I It Express Schedules
yxmpal s*.. .f sewatwr Cain f (No Stops En Root) :
(ft*. .i, a'rf M*.fMMun Dt.. 4XK ', rt % LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT :
va tt SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. r
.tatsn kM (.he rtdeat' brace m rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock MidLEAVES .
(.Mw.. M, and Real (R). ?., jht. II

.... ....... are a* touchy a MIAMI DAILY_ (EXCEPT k

nltaat tktr ..M as a middle* SUNDAYS) at 12.00o'clock,, Mid- I M
aMiMielet Thirteen' of them night and arrives at ;;Ker West ai i
r .... even 1M Wi.*r birth 6:00 o'clock AJ4. ,', .
.... M IM.. ..... btugraphiesIway .Y j
.ptasjMe T' far the Consmaasllarl Local Schedule: <
hih.t.ry y (Stops At All Intermediate Points)

a ta
i o'clock
; SUNDAYS) at 8:00
ttl.. 1.lira. ....thoLtt. u J
A. M. end arrives at Miami at 4:00
...&. ... He Me.e4y 'luta the o'clock P. M.
MM mt has a.**.. ,* &. He' was F
SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
A.- r tAet peoletors who d. arrives at Key West at $:00 o'clock I
Ml tax |*MM MI law Dtnonur 6 P. H. 1 -- -
I"-M M ..It.$.. .., M. Butler tR'i 1I I
111. Kytel (4D-\'..) 'U Coo71. Fx ,

palate.- (R-Ner.) U. (/P> Wirephoio FULL CARGO INSURANCE I

Marra' MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cora Eaton ft Frauds Bts.
: DIAPER.CLAD MEMBERS of the drum end bugle corps from,Post,25 at Newport N. H.. march PHONES: 92 AND 93 I
? <.&k4> Tt ToU-y in the parade of '40 and fun-making division cf the American Legion. at the national convention .
Nt 1I.kf II. .r in Miami Fla.



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FnIJtA" Ol'TOm.n: 22, 1ftas THE KEY NEST CITIZEN ,... -

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\ Loses To Ellis Club,;. i!I Bombers, Raiders Tangle --I I HO W e t t by 11l1l.' and Jim ttcter ----;...-... .... o > t' j

Vets At 7"" "" V B y E iil3Ky> mP 5 s. t iQbA W'
Beat Bob's Sports ; IiI Onener Wickers : .
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Kljen Loki l Fir.l .J.. II 1i I I I Clowns, Red Raiders ojl r----- : ESOTA 'r ;

l lI LEGALSt ,. ( ton( I
Four Frames Tlirn l Will Play Each Oilier .
; a.d
I TIIK f1U TIT rot-RT 011' 'HR
( .r. asea
1:1I: (:alter flack I I I \Second Contest! i .:LIo-. \TII Dtr-4AL nR- .i
f.I.. IS A\D .'on' 110'Bolt
Strong Tu R'Iuv1114wt 'l'Q11;ght. To Climb Sunday AfternoonSenior (COI'\TC.each Fwn.u_ {> CHATb. e f .

1 t %.. 1I44MI..MAUJQRIR '
H the 3M Hub.last I' Baseball League games' .. AMr L4)CKWOUQ.PIlnll1t.. .., .. Ws.a tat
Closer To Top ;
iu : will in the opener/the" }( )I-1/a'k11CNIIg! N _. safeS
f W tame I fin-J. } rc .Ro
k. I \he in f. T:--fendant..oro 4Q .. ...
i Kantor's\ Mem Shop anJ Na. Bombers Red t Raiders. $ -
IIMNi 11a. V.4 MJ B b'sy t tai the :: ; T\n-tJAM IL jtwKwt7011.Puglkleao.gti ti ,
Marts rws
Val Hospital oppose each other inI I'! while in the second contest it will : Street, i t tSZq f .
cite york. V 1 t ..
-t 1 (ive lironKlyn. F
.f!, lths' ; bt the! ( Clowns again-ttte( Amejrticsn ., Lickwa KA M
r/o Sntnurt )t.
1...... fan the 9torl lhtj ', opening softball gEir.e: tonightat'Ilayview w. 9 ..rev
> ) try31fin i I t' : Legion team.: \9U tLlVtn-rrlij J-equlr.fd 1e file ...
.-tsar .... Park. in Court and <-an_ abov vtalrd.on "
m the hftlt4arrf' The opening game should be a kr o ... .laeae
Veterans of Foreign Wars and or before theljtV dir of Nofrml p
awrtt. .* r**. :\ three hit. a the Adams Dairy outfit will en- !i I thriller for they have been try- 1S4J. your ipp..t,) -i heR eFC_ an- Qv 4'f' to Q1 I ::.... sr.a -.r
... .Ml to. (JMjMnan, arvJ three [ ins to play each ether for the past. ewer 40 the Hill CompUlot for Seap YP Ma seaN'.
.M [0.. Bta* to win th* g uae. I I I gage in the cecond battle, of the I I. several months. Manager Ignacio divorce.rifc;will otherwise betaken the an atl eonfersed ffalo&Btti ( i, .ivtcM- R G'1 8 a .'...<-.. .'a..........
A rtM*. a. J r .. Own two: I II Valdez has; signed two more play- by you and -dftrrf pro -oonfrnko entered r r nl 7' .E
Msv tart. Ob> *.*. *AJeJ. |9 .W 1 I I A "victory for Kantorswill I ers to' strengthen his club} and aeaiOM )ou t 0 ti lb a

'-. Mr Ai,i.., MNk-d toai1Fe placi them;up to within a game II they are none other than Pancho 14th haled day at llctolwr Key. Wwt.; 1349 Florida!" this ( j' 1 E SIB 111 $ ....._
........ ant scored' of second place 'in the Class "B" Salinero, one of the best pitchers (:t.\L Rt'-S C SAWCF.R. S 'SP o to ti k u-
League"and , for the Dairy- : Clerk of the Circuit Court ] ....
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a wt4 Ihaaw t third in this neck of the woods and Jim Oat) Anne C. Longwnrth.Deputy / UOLVCS
.M.k ........ .trtd on the fiM-n will put them within one 'I Albury that sensational third i Urk.. A ... -IJ .....
leaatetlaI w Illub a and allowed. 8i Came of first place in the Class 'i sacker from the gas plant section. nct.ta-22-2;nor.Sl 4t. } .. 43 ,et 5 G we co cA ,

awltll amt/i Mm* bolas m fcM..r frames "A" Lrtgue. The rest of the club the fans .t fraTsY Q !
Mil .*.H% a .HaiictU. came into know well, are Buster Roberts, t\KI.KVKNTH TUB rinrriT'JIIIICIAL rwunr C op.IHtTITOP THE } iB1A

twits a.J w....! the tint man i Albio Acevedo, Robert Santana, THE' STATE OP FLORID 1.t'Moxitut .
kwl IMMM! Mi* trot two to retire How They Stand ; Joe Mira, Flash Casado, Lightning IYD << : cotTY.NAVARHO ; CE10N 0 :

.i. at. R...i.> ........ S of theN ,, Barbf, Joe Casa, Sr. G. Diaz Bo I' l1lCERTC i _. -_. Ks PRN! Nti o Nro Wittoverkst
.. Raw ... .i4 waHtf'd-I. i t \ Meadpr and B. Sweeting and Mgr. INCa Corporation' I r

Mre e ..... to 81M) Fame theM I 4 f .1 Ignacio (Brains) Valdez.' Organized by virtue and of Hxlsdnw the LaW underand of j' SI WI rti**!

.. iw.. net u" fiAt on an LOCAL SOFTBALL i For the Raiders they have sev- the State of. Florida.Plaintiff. --- )'e P NSI nae a
Mey altil iw> .rate, but f'lyers! I oral players gnat will .be made ? e P OKIANOMA
I Clau "A" League _,
w* lei two walks%ndlk 1 known to the fans Sunday but Vuumn "W. 4 0 M
a .",'-' .n error and': I Club- W. L. Pet.1(some of the old-timers are P. FOSS.Defendant.. I = 'I.' n% ovef'V TEM 0
them Utjtr last run. i Bob's Sport Shop .81 .889' Baker Sutton. A. *Acevedo. BillCates DIM; TO. RSt'OBCBSTATtTORV' LIEN '. 5 QU f

V.*.., went.n to pitch Adams Dairy ._. 7 3 .700 : Domenech, Claude Valdai.i On :JJ..l';*T'q1dan.1 i t:v M tlb tin W Q ,
lit i 11w' futtrfit anJ ., SubRon Four 27 .222 Mitchell and i ORDER op 1 C
M allowed i: Joe Casa, Jr. it-Is; .TO: fau! .M'o ..... qd in) niy the mt of I Vets of Foreign Wars 1 7 .125 expected that an over flow crowd. r/e Naval RrtralninK Command.r. D
.. ws, I I will watch this. game. '. S. Naval Station.Norfolk. .' I t rlo R a t ac 1. F

IH sage UMl. the EHu won the Class. "B" League I In the nightcap the Clowns withi Ton are ;hereby Vlrplniit-rrqylred t.. appear I ,
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w1la..tVao. wend- and stole Club- W. L. Pet. i the famous, Red Dean i in i the box 10 th. Kill pf CorpplaJnt |.n the. HMeaN
al.wtetl rid kr>l. Valise. popped I Elks Club 80 1.000; will try to subdue the American aH.v..q'l..d day of cause Novemhrr.. nn or A.\before 11. .1J4S.nlherwive thelet I 0 0 '

gee1Lnwes. wag cafe on a VX-1 Flyers .. 54 ..556Kantor's j Legion nine, all yo ng.boys in i the allegations'therein I r!s "'
._ y Rodriguez their teen ;and hustling from will i be taken aj ronf *ed.
__ A Mens Shop 3 6 .333| age ; This Order 'is to be:published once ! *p lift.hard Naval .Hospital 2 8 .200 start to finish. .a week for four ronrtecutlre week ts, O Q *
to catch ball j: The Clowns have batters of the 'In THK KKV XVIiST f TIZF;4. a I't a

wee .hr heed MnJ ball got away i i jcaTber; of Brown, Richardson.Allen '.M newspaper.nn>. County.published K.est.' t i tact' o- reie'tt4hrtil.' .
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ad NrAryuag" daaneti the bases Sports CalendarSENIOR Alee McIntoch, Culmer, Itone and Ordered, at Ker Rest.'Monroe W
Florida; this .30th /
County: M
(ft'jfc Mwnth P*.> hit to renter Butler and Gene Smith all good day of September; A. n; U4II. "
Mi apt away sari Pazo circled SOFTBALL j hitters and: fielders. ..SIAI.: ) R(*)& c $&\V1'RI'o,
for .*...* At Wt the leader were, ; For Legion Henrique'z.: Rodri- Clerk of the Circuit Court. RECORD: 50 Right 27 Wrong, two Ties. PCT.a "CL Ties omitted Ia perceat.. +

.......*...t and Rodriguez" with Bay-riew. Park. Nights I iguaz, Solomon, Garcia Pazo and Hy :Monroe(lid) Kathleen f'ounu1orlda.Xottace. 3- __ ,Qw. -hereIhijsi
tw. cods. and "Httuon bit two for FRIDAY j the rest are good hitters and fast Deputy Clerk."' .
li....*.. ki the told HU Jet brantMi -First' Game-Naval Hospital :'runners and you have to hustle'to J.ioli..itor'for: T. Porter no"". intiff.I : Galore! of a glut on the Italian market,I in payment for ,".eeo k....,... a.i a... I K

Aw Meta aM three assitsV i vs. Kantor's Men's Shop. got them, so the fans art in for a ....t.I.8-1.1948. Newsprint wilt be resumed soon. of cotton. iiNieiea0111i1i6 ..
M Uarrell andWhfttfcurtt I Second Game-Adams Dairy I tr oat Sunday at the Stadium Flag- .
*n Approximately 1,000 tons of
played wvll. Solomon, I: vs. Veterans of Foreign ; l kr! and 15th St., first game at 1:15 F.I..a R"TH JIOiriAL. rluI VIENNA-(JP)-The Austrian I I The capital ifw.1II .. aboI
P *. Vnd ftarela Nero best for Wars. i I w.m. and the second at 3:30: p.m. I I I fl'IT.OF TUB STATI1 OP FLORIDA. export of newsprint to Italy newsprint will be shipped to L U. S. oil indwlty .1. tI.zed M .i.. ... W i
..c.n.w.w tot \T'. ICH.'''f5ER). halted two months ago because Italy during the next two months billi..n delbFL
Rn.E.1' SKATING I TODAY'S "a_ ".. 11..$.. -- -- -- _. -- ..- ..... .- -.- --- ---- ;
d.. HKSSIKRICSPlaintiff.YR.'or..
JIk.t 26Q 030 2-1 6 3 r Bayriew Park. Night i ANNIVERSARIES k I
r%*.. 310 I 000 0-4 7 3''' FRIDAY7:30 ,- T9. DIVORCEGKOR -

J. Lf rie, C. Valdez and Hen-1 to 9:00: pan. t (Knp.w America: ) A (JR P._ MRAF/E., Defendant. f
rtqwt; Ilrmen and Whlt 178S-ConstantIne S. Refines ORDER OF II"LI"T'O"TO nm: Rodriguez TENNISBayrlew I Sicilian : jeoR';Bvp.iJKAnB. : '
hur't.'I;'I qua. merchant, brilliant,.0 LI it fe BantVrk Road. .
'w.bue let: Rodriguez; Park. Afternoons I teacher, one of the great*Ameli- Uabf"'D.-" Long. laiagd.
a.....: Paa 2. Henson Valdez. and Nights 1 can pioneers of natural science,I Iborn. I New Tork. '
You are hereby required to appear
Hen-n Daily play. i Died Philadelphia; Sept. to the Hill of Complaint for
f divorce In the'abovej styled pause
....I, SHUFFLEBOARD 1 on or before the atday 01 NovemKatlonii ,
a : ,! 1780-John Forsyth, Georga'ssfamed :} ttr' A. U. 7948 dthe- g'ise.3lie alle\
Inwla 4. off VaUez 3; Urn of1 l j (Bayvie'w Park) lawyer, orator, ti.. S. senator -": therein"wljl b e' taken. a* .
gamei 1.20 simpiree Abston and i .rnnresaea .
+ ; i. play. governor and secretary of Thin Order to published oncea
t itfrft\. I state born in Fredericksburg, week (or four consecutive weeks!' r -
tIn The Rev Went Clttzrn.; a -hewnI -
SENIOn"BASEBALL Va. Died Oct. 21. 1841.
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paper-puhlUhed In the City of Key
tn tie. xtowl game the leaders Municipal Stadium. Afternoon : 1821-Collis P. Huntington, the ,West. Florida.DUNS .
at .bat w.,.. Caado and Bvber i ifw I Ivai44h To be announced. ; California merchant in 1349,t'i ; AND; ORDHRKD this :30th.
; 7dav'of September, A. 1>. 1S4S.tiKAL .
thirties each and AIi;i Army Barracks. AfternoonTo leader.president in building the ( ) JIOS3-C SAWYKR. CHEVROLET GIVMOREVALU
busy. Qatw aid Gnffen hit the .be announced. ', Southern Pacific Railroad born Clerk dt Circuit Court.

retry .triit< (.e Veterans. In the 1 i in Harwinton; Conn. -Died! Aug.I I Uy: (sd)Monroe Anne Lqntworth County. 'Florida,
...... Oar.. Albury and Gates'' WILL YOU SMILE? is. 1900. ; ; ; Itejmtv Clerk.tsr .
were 1be ten> for losers and VjlHkrbrr 1832-Leopold Pamrosch hero' >) AIXAN n. CLRARli JR.

....., alai Roberta for at 40 discontented with Germanlife !r Attorney .for Plaintiff." ...! .:!. t
wAlwaci, Neater Castaneda had to Asking Too Much j noted New York 'musician,1
M4ii aa4 .had. a perfect night in <, father of famed musicians, born NOTICE OPKI.KCTIO\ }
*. ..... and walked twice and Pat wanted to borrow come 1 in Germany. Died Feb. 151; 1885. To the Sheriff State of of Monroe Florida:County.ofthe " crate rYm. I| money from Michael who 'hap- 1882-Newell C: Wyclh. :tmin. Be It Known. That 1. tt. A.'CRAY ., I
pened to have a small boy with : Secretary of State of the State of
ent mural pajntej- and illustra-
'I Florida, do hereby give nonce that a
by umingc. : R. II. E. him at the moment. *"Tis a fine'i I for, born in Needham: 'Mass..* Died > Fif'tNAL fLtCTIO"i ,
C OM 300 0-1 3 2 I kid you.have there Mike." said Oct 19, 1945. will be held in JJonroe: County
State ft Florida; on Tuesday next
GOO 063 x-9 8 3 Pat.M magnified head and i 1887-.John Reed, Harvard succeeding the firm Monday In November '
YAM.. and. II. Gate; J. VillaHafcuu noble features. Could you loan I grad, journalist. Russian revolutionist ; A. n. 1S4. the said. Tuesday 2
.... and Castro j I j me tenI ?" I with Lenin, and all but being" :)thesprpM pr- OF 6niiBFi
llrialare hit: Robert*: ,stolen could. not," replied Mike. deified in Soviet Russia, bony in For Eight (I) rreaidenual' Klectors. -
Isle. crtfice hit AranM I 1 *Ti wife's child by her first Died Oct: .
: JMIII': : my Portugal Oregon. 19 For Governor of the 'State of Flor z
| .IM by iHMlwr Calero. Means.1 husband." 1920. ,
Ida.For -
ftiiOa. atntrk taut:: by { Secretary "of State of the .

I.V Haavru. S, by Ana 3; bases' Skunks when tamed.' are more Wolves usually mate for life.There State of Attorney Florida.For f enerat' of the t ] It's first in all these basic .
M|> Mbi felt Vilareal 0. off Rob :! affectionate than kittens. They are two major species on Slate of Florida. r
I State of
4, elf Ai ia. S: winning ; have two coats a soft undercoat this continent, the red wolf and Florida.Comptrollerofthe' .
H.h iU; umpires: Grit I j covered with long glossy guard I the grey. The'.grey wolf is much I For Treasurer of ,the' State of u motoring advantages

fi. and. Atnt i'lQ corrf Aguilar. I hairs. heavier than the red. For-Sup.rlnt"Pd. ni "o'. 'Publlc. In- Isfta.. .....
Ftructlon of tae Stfcte of FlorMa. .
--- ----- -- -- ... 'For,CoinjnlnMoner of 1ft ra...... .. .... a f
of the State of .Florida. Comfort
""'Iun:" FI.IKS..: TO AMERICAN LEGION CONVENTION AT MIAMI I For Four (4> Justices A&I'Jcultur.1 Riding FIRST IN X10 s -. .... ... 9sr.
preme Court of the You'll Meltat} Chevrolet gives more riding- ...-. \.." t_ -_-
Ida. Group.,1., tr :3 and
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For One! (I) Railroad ana Public smoothness. more riding-steadiness on any w. .
tTtilltles Commissioner of the Stat and all kinds of roads. That's true because it .... ... _,
of Florida. I has the original) Unitized Ride ... .dlr i
.. -: !- i For Representative of the-Fourth proved and perfected: by L& BIG-CAR QUALITY .its a. .aiatire... .
ft the Stat
I IHMrltt
:' of Florida. In the Eighty-First. Con in building Knee-Action only items. ___ .
: :: ; : greos of the I'hlted States. in Chevrolet and higher-priced cars!
For Seven Ctrcui, Judges Groups
1, S. :. 4. B. C and 7 Eleventh Jndicial 1T -- ,
.. For Circuit One State of the Attorney State of Eleventh Florida. !- at LOWEST PRICES .

Judicial Circdit&' ft the State! 01 _" f I .t1ITj I i1
Florida. '- !':.4 ter
For One Member of tbe House! ofRepre..DlaHv..I _
p the State of .

0' { f' _h I! Flori.For For..County Sheriff.. Judge. just as it's first in

For Clerk: of the Circuit 4"ourt.For .
,., t/ _4cA Judge Criminal. Court of Rec
t nationwide registrations
ord.For Solicitor. Criminal Court of Moa Valu. JI.M

of R..rd.For Rrfnrd.For Clerk. of the Criminal Court in All-round Safety Mt 6o t/ ..._ Isslsw/

wz : County. Attorney. Count violet brings you the fourfold safety Yrai.aa ... -. _
as Court.
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of Taies.I protection of Funer Unistetl Body-Construc -
For County Assessor
I i I For Tax CoUe'tor.For tion safety plateau\ in all *indo".. the -- .. one t.....
Coanty Stipcrlnteodent of L'nitizcd Knee-Action Ride and Positive- tr 1. i e...tga h+I
Lc Public Instruction.' Action Hydraulic Brakes: and this is another ..
4 Fur Supervisor of Registration. combination Bif-Car futures found else ; IE .tvr .i.+ilt+ M
Members Board of
County For Three CotnmlsMoners.. ; Districts "her only/ ia l &her-pricedC&nl! ., V :/. .U...... .ttt>/.
1, 3 and 5.
For -Tbrer Member of theCnu.ty f. .
Board of Public. PtddA

: : T I I Districts For For. Juvenile J fist 24 ice a'l\d.Jude! >: instl'ut'uon'l: ; I

for the following Jus". !! CHEVROLET-amta; ;

I via For: Xo.Constable 1, No. I,In No.'ni for |the fallowing I: -IB FIRST !

Justice Districts, Via: No. 1.
No.. No 3. .
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In T.stimon1I.of., I have 1I..e.unlo
((1P) 'Wlrephott
set my hand and affixed: the
treat seal of the !State of Florida
COY EARL WARREN of California (center: ). Republican vice presidential nominee, arrives in at Tallahassee! the Capital this

Miami I*)*, to attend the national convention o f the American Legion. James F. O'Neil (right). A.the D.Thirty-first 1945. day of August MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY
Mr..1 comm A4.r of the I legion, greets the g ovcrnor at the airport. He is accompanied by his Secretary 1:. A. of GRAY State.;

Ia"r. VirfiaU War,.. left( ). Between Warren and O'Neil is Harry L. Foster of San Diego. To Hon. Berlin A. Sawyer Sheriff -419-21 Caroline Street Corner Telegraph 1.anP 'IK..KTIIOM 1 1 L; .177 141q W'wV .

I t" .1 CliJo....'. delegation to the conventio n. Behind Virginia is E. L. Shaw of Miami who ..tpt.3-10-i-4 Monroe: County.;

I ogee M Warr..'* aide during. the convention. "' 1

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: I TKUMAN .INSPECTS.A"HOOVER CART; =;I Nary Day Information plants, crate'miUi& for titrui, the TM ,.,.'. taurMr .. MMifainiT .. l
.J Employment] pet $.. ..-.
..,.. I I beginning of seasonal employ* $ tiv .. f

NAVY DAY Douglass Tigers meat m hotels and rc&UuraaU _6
Service Puts l ;
in tourist areas the rapid .a .,:3. ... .. ,:
overhaul. and repair
1 t Meet\ Hornets In :: li pension department in the of the Jsrksonville : a tf'k ,.. III r.liatiliwd>r I I.ed I.:
PLANS ANNOUNCED Naval Air Station, plus U* bit rsarM.Ea

Football Contest I I r..i4.i'.11.'il. ......) : usual in"pick-up"all kind at of Ibis busiittM.time a of* 5ta'r'-era-wi t.. .... I
J I year '''.... ttsla
T.. $ubmariur. ----I i Oct. 22-A the winter season gds underway attase'

) mm! .it.. (lush,, Tn. I J A wr.' Itity InfitrmalhuiI ''The Douglass High School team total of '4,718. visits to,3,744 cra- Smith said. -
y i will play a game of football .' ployers in the state were made 1 On October J, there were M- ..Iet. .1..1)'a Sf.Ntw ... Mta .a I

WIplw. rrvOri11araw 11i.1. Seh, .w.l, I J against the unbeaten Carver High 162 active applications on fib
by representatives of the Flori-
: Naval Baseball School niad on Navy Day, Oct. with the Floa Ida State Employ'meet SWrt Free
'da State Employment Service Service and a tout of *.:.
'a4 I4nllr: Itilt. I 27 in the Municipal Stadium at :
I II .. during September C.ul B. Smith 532 job openings unfilled.' Nearly .
local team U better
i ne (
t P..U.
ii- (
6'k lit iii..,v I Games To a a to xi t known as the Douglass "Tigers.; Chairman of the Florida Indus 860 counseling Interview, were if yew,. esei

airh..Nltts 1.... wt l H.E.. I while their opponents play:under trial i ii : Commission said today. : conducted by employment sere
... e I the name of "Hornets.** j Employer visits .are importantin vice counselors In September, t" "
Mirhs' e ,
ERl* ri...... IthN Decide : They hail from Miami,Fla. and obtaining labor market job orders, collecting Smith reported.

fi"..,JIll..... ./l1Mrv W. Kev I ( Champ I jis probably :of the strongest : informationand
r1 performi industrial I the
4 k teams among; the Negro High J g. services The first Negroe to reach
.ed heals ..... ...... ft I under the Florida State
......... i Me Schools of the Fifth Athletic Dis- United States' were brought I.
i.irMVilh I lloxinO.nli ( Employment, Service Six Point
I ;tact; which includes the leading Virginia in 1619.
.is s4ttkge .dYtr. Program Smith continued. Dur-
5. towns and cities from Ft Pierce
: u li Park I r iin September, employerswere
> J ,south to Key West. I'I. ;; many
.. ..eatwtwT1w contacted in advance of
This contest will be the first
Will.ii4liliile t : CHRISTMASTOYS
... \.i\y National Employ the Physically
; football game ever to be playedin
.alMttsr.aa she 'M Handicapped Week held October
!u.. Ub--c"ttnttre. IErreHeginttrng _, the history of the Douglass,<*
.. ..1Stlip \MIll Otiaatk
slaN .. ....,. skftasteitM i I : .i High School, and also the first i,i 49.A total of 11,855 placements
on Sunday and cul- Came to be played in the City of
..... volesa made in
e.w werq September through NOW ON DISPLAY
:;' K !liM .Hit4 &Ir.kl i I i a week from Saturday Key West. for the past many I II I local offices of the Florida State j UM Our Con.aiat halite Tw Ntw

liar Ailetsr fI6 ....,. Ilk1'4erMYay I Ithrre I will be baseball Rimes to years In; Employment Service. Of this I FLAW anl! BMMVa
of that A
spite fact this gridiron LAY -WAY
...... N h.. the Key Wept Naval Station dia- bids fair umber, 4.633 were women, and I HMM '
clash to
....-.. ......... tlri Mr C.kidlie.1 I rnMitd tu deciJc the Key Westdwetplonship thriller from beginning to being'endAUI a .3,394 veterans. Approximately : ALLMARK CARDS a.*Jy fM ..ttfrm... al.. .
of 1
the Naval Base- referred )
lit 1w! ........*. tvm.M 20,520 persons were to
t sport-loving fans and spectators ........ ......
UM heel w
t. tfw IwtiIt League. II j '(Wliephoto 1 job openings during the month. \ TSTB #
60 minutes filled
e.i+'tsi wMei w1kai i I I i Thin game will also be played iM excitement may expect when Coach Dean's with, This noticeable upswing the The Hobby Shop Tby.... wa1 tEkei.1...

.. brat ..p hrslt.ll. part of the Navy Day celebra- :j PRESIDENT T TRUMAN (left) and North Carolina's GOT. R. "Tigers" meet and tangle with 'number, of referrals was due to J 1105 DivUton St.; Ft***. II .I Min-,.. .r1 ...tdtalr.e !!!!
-. as well as boxing matchesunder Gregg 'Cherry inspect a "Hoover Car("'during the President's i
**** M pie IT IVVM Jt..t la.sueajJN Coach Fannin's "Hornets" oh the, opening of citrus packing 11_4ssui
the sponsored& of the Naval speech-maktnq visit the State The >> .. ,
.._ N t4ke N. ; to Raleigh. cart was 1 Navy Day.Chinese. J t- -- '- -- I
fkta4a.A rW4il "f........ alI Air Station ill Bay view Park on I II a North Carolina farm invention ; !J the depression of-Presi .

...... it ..i4 MM the the night of October 27 to which dent Herbert' Hoover's Republcan: administration. Truman refined 1j ,

,.... AW ... awi wM ronkatMMfm I the general public is invited. t<. to it in bi$;speech as- the rem.lm:an old tin lizzie being I Like ,-.J j j THREE. HOTELS; IN MIAMI\ }\' at POPULAR PRlCCa'
Only the four top baseball '
..... Wtf .. feAM.trMMmm pulled bya.mule because you couldn't afford to buy a new 1
'! M..... .... .. 1M*h... i teams in the Naval Leal1ue: will car nor gas for an old one." U. S. Comics Located In the Heart o/ the City

-. }.ulltr ... ""',..... participate in the playoff for the l i --- -- ., ,. I RATES ? WRITE. WIRE:
championship. Each team will! -- --- --- ----- ROOMS
qN he bald at s.11 ..'- REASONABLE RESERVATIONS
I play three games and on Saturday -t I SHANGHAI( ) American,
:;: October 30. the winners willremve .HOTEL AND RESTAURANT I romic books are flooding Shang- with BATH and TELEPHONE
.i Nte M.Etie sea
alto hai. Few bookstores with-
J. It ,.... .... a trophy, probably pre-i'' i are
Ii s. Sefwttlw
Minted' 'ASSOCIATION out them. Their popularity with
by ,
C. C.
Add !/ HEARD TALI .Ford.Pershing tier
... .
... .... al lap 4 the commander of Key West. Naval' : children and adults alike have
-. w$.. the Msss ., PubhcAHWea n..e. j fostered the rapid growth! of the' Hotel Hotel Hotel
WW\tfc.* TMMAW ltb.rll.WIHI and 1 the NOMlUn ..- On Sunday the four teams willparticipate ; ON SANITATION YESTERDAY sidewalk vendor. It is generally 60 N.E. :3rd! St. 226 NIX lit Av. 22t tn:. lit Av. r_....puss
in the first of three understood that the comics are 80 Rooms 100 Rooms .
IJtatnft. .5s.ay.w11
aasIna.. dx*\ttiw.4.n..* rite wilt. M FSS It will bring together the. The Key West Hotel and Restaurant [ paid, for abroad by means that Elevator Elevator Rooms I c.rT. : -.........
Ieam"t'rs have been
the Naval outlawed but Elevator
... Station association at a luncheon today Solarium Heated ,..,., tr..e.tirteleal.
torte twh S.inday. | yal
Civilians; and the PWC versus !meeting in Hot Springs;: Arkansas, has 47 which arc likely to continue be-
=1. wedrte.d.r, Ociet+erE. Fawdulant Duffy's Tavern yes- 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION .,....... .
jli e teams. The first terday heard George Allen WarI I hpt springs: said to contain cura- cause their delivery is made

). .+prn1. F"dstr. (Asir 30. The. ...j Itvnte.t i begins at 1 pjn. the sec- : ten, Monroe County Sanitary Officer tive properties.: through the post office.
ts4ltne. N .A1S etkua4-rahi. it s and at 4 .
re1! ERIN k ........d Navel BaM Navv p.m.On Day next Wednesday'the ; speak on "Sanitation" of Restaurants ;! ---- ---- --- WI TM B...... ,.M/i aI
and:: Hotels. i
".IF' Fawdulant will play the
Mr. Warren stressed the advantages -
It we' fitthat. 1M Iinalpd FSS team while in the second t
to bs derived from ..
.. .a ld hb peace seam rtmte the FSS will play theI'we arid their 1)t
..., Iovt h arriftol .dmein nine. employees attending ;
:: the food handlers
; school
t Mo.4 hw.i..aeM ct.- MIPII'Ii .Sim
tt4ieliale. which will open in Key West. : r
the wilisal The tii-elot i is the : "
most tieauti- This "'- ---- --- -
AI.--- .......t ..... 9thmsl4 ; school will be held'in Key: "
fully marked of all cats. Its fur |i West on Tuesday Wednesdayand m o.yat 14.
.thia ..... wilS. I. plav U ot and marked with black
114 N .... N...1 Met..... htt.ehsU. i.ptts and stripes against a tawny classes Thursday will be of held next daily week.fetching Three- : !.f

M.iiasrtrui..her ... background. No two are ever the same subject matter all
'd h4"'
la eat/kaard/aasraata with K... r W..:', ahke. that day so that the- ta3 Tjf hoe ; "nF Ile Astrid.i1N .

".,.-Ii.t ........... "The Scrvetteat Cn.-Magnoi man was so called 1! tels may all and manage restaurants to attend.attending The ,. gArrrPEARIMAN'S

.. tiae.IirM dawiw>srarykri.i because the first remains of this'' morning
classes will be from 9 to 1
d tl. Pf4a. 4T A"....1 '
't' pieMstone nor were found in II o'clock, cftem-wi ilisre-} (roon'
[tiprldili.Lwade. t.eN.... inns the cave of CrMainon, France 2:30: to 4:30) o'clock. an-1 evening I
...... Mm Mr MUM bq in 1833. ; classes from 8'to 10 o'clock.
1*** W4iM .Mr the 5t...... Thc23 Marathon will have. the scl'! II
Iw eh...s'rtS (kMFe+ ind t At their heicht, the. Indiana of on Monday.

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$ attlrktey and galosh Taylor.i are men and ships of the United the word crow is
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