The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00237
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00237
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West YMCA Is _?
t '-..' <. ,"1"" ":"T"<: Only Pull One Lever .

t: :Permanent Part Of It I : I For President And

I .National Grouping! + : ,

I' -lLcslcigh: Davis Is I R For Eight Electors'

1IKII!.: PLEA 1I.s
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With This WordTo I Y 1 ''Instructions Given For Voting Blectitm

Report Later; FinotI I a 1 1k 1t Jews And Arabs Day; Voters Must Pull Each 6f II

1' Must\ Moot\ With Board I I Flout UN Order
I ; i Levers For State, County Office
Of Management\ At '

i. ; I I November: 12 Meeting I I Still Fighting I I'w. i On election day. Tuesday the voter of ...... gnuty vt*

s !I ?! .> I have a chance to vote the straight. pmid*.ta| ticket frf nnul e.t

The National Board'of the 1 'H ---.0. P. _. I i of the levers, but MUST pull each of 41 lever fee UM ..*.. .4
Young Men's Christian. Association PARIS Oct. 30.-Despite the
: county candidates as well as for the II auto am. rfmto.ta MM ass.
considers the Armed Services fact that the United Nations is-j:
YMCA at Key as a I up for consideration.
sued another order at 7 o'clock;,'
permanent. part of the organization. ) WirephotoA this morning.. Eastern Standard':I On the top of the ballot will appear two Isser ee4k
So said Leslcigh Davis, direc- Time., directing Jews and Arabs' 11 amendments. In order to vote for MM wondopMM. GREAT CROWD is massed in Boston's Dawty Sauare to see President Truman on his :
A r tor of the Armed Services .in Palestine to i them, the voter most pull one of UM two !let.se> YM e* MO.i .
YMCA'I four. Street lights and store windows gleam in the gathering; :darkness as the automobile (foreground stop fighting:,
i' upon ,his return last ) bear the Chief Executive: between thousands in the'street. The square is. named for both sides are still engaged in intense : ..k By fMftilMiM MMI .MVJnT' AnV tttft
New York where he
ed a series City of attend'j Admiral George Dewey of Spanish' :American war fame. Inright background is South Stationat warfare along the northern i prcMd4nttalMM40atM.iltuatMf .....
the directors of the YMCADavis which the President arrived on his special; train shortly;before this picture was made. front. Howard Arrested will also be pudrtsg 1M Aeera. r .

said that before report- I .. Tel Aviv reported that the I MMtofft ...salwe let the ....
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ing the complete results of the I I t Arabs last night shelled several: At Coral l Gables > 8 ef) MMWV

conference he would have to first : Federal Court cities, including Jerusalem, in t i Under IA will apers ni.nameas .
tell the Board of Management of
the local YMCA of the facts he I Palestine and that heavy; fighting ; Sheriff Berlin A., Sawyer will of Hiifj 3k ks.sa ....

developed on his recent trip. The I \ was in progress at the time leave for Coral Gables today to Alton. W. ........ -1"

board meets November '1%. Opens Monday the report was made. ;! bring back Willie Howard who 'candidates. .8 wit be 11.s. s........
1 1I Tel
( ) Photo EXPLAINED Aviv issued another statement was arrested by Coral Gables
I The conferences had to do with I BY po ,
that said Jewish forces had lice of J. Stan HMMMMM.! eats Pt 4ss
In West on complaint of the sheriffs
the establishment of 10 Key ;
DESPITE TEARFUL appeals branches of the YMCA in various new scored a decisive victory in one t office here in connection with inj I 'iiK L. Wrtcfct; PC tsI1M ...... ....

lot prison or even death rather parts of the country as result of I sector in northern Palestine. 'tent to commit grand larceny name* of ...... K. rover. art

thus deportation. Kacthe Schlemtropp the recent extension of the Se- CITY OFFICIAL1I U. S. District Court will open Both Jews ,and Arabs in refusing Howard fled the city shortly be- Earl Warren, Mp.sttiiaa. Ira .

(above) 27. cf I Germany .. lective Service Act which will I 'Monday in Key West with Judge tried toobey the UN order, fore a warrant was issued for his .dates and under Iw .. ..... .61
j to shift the blame for the arrest. He is accused of entering
ordered held for take a large number of young John w. Holland of Miami 'presiding .
was return fighting to the "other side." I Henry A. Wi.. .. aM U. II
Americans away from their Material Used Is Not It --- I' Rodney C. an apartment yesterday.
to Germany la Federal > Gwynn deputy Taylor wW
Court dccltlon a' Macon Ga. I homes. I I EYES ON CONGRESS Commissioner said today: It wiII"r t u. .. ,
While the Armed Service Of THC Generally 1 vtv
JIICI,. Frank M. Scarlett rules j Docketed for ;
YMCA at Key West is not a new I II. I Monday .is the TRUMAN AND DEWEY END ter .Has to rift prat asskvr I.,
... entered U. S. illegally.. establishment it was decided to Used"' 1 In Tim t sui\ (t( Frank Kormek. plaintiff, the left of MM p.....as... (.as.

Sbe admitted unlawful. mar continue the operation of the local i I. against Howard A Clark, defendant. date to result MS el_ .. 1M
stage to Paul Mayer of Albany. branch because it is considered Class OfVo'rk I for $5,000 allegedly deposited FORMAL\ CAMPAIGNING IN i candidates as weft M .Id..

G._ while ho was stationed InGermany. a part of the permanent organization .Since it has been about 40 yearn 'With, the latter by the former Then tease Ike ....... d ........
; of the body. I Warren, 8dts.t.rliW" ____
_. ., since pavementS were: laid in Key'! ,in connection with.. a real, estate ;for ivverrmr a.4 i*wI &.NIl Ae1
-- --- I Wesjt. an explanation, of the steps!I transaction. SPEECHES DUE TONIGHT ]['er. )EepobK. *.. .sa lste .. Fr

; being taken in the repaving of I Attorneys fcr the plaintiff*are 1 ."(g.. Uk ...... till MM

r Red Cross Spends $38.167 live( city'streets vat Jqrthcoraing I aH. H TaJlorNa; 'd4t. ,H ,, Ylor.Flr 1 1f .1 other state esai 1t.. nm4 Vvwr*. ,
; : ., MillionsSpciil i .lach tPart ---j__
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today y "Tcrom j city ac*xnyciaTs yg gi'3f-: i : Miami andtor the"defendants : '.. 4, .... ... ,/''gsjag- nB...ttf "ffi!. B

In Aid 'ro Westers Who The statement- issued by,City are.Allan. B. Cloare, Jr., and } ; Estimate I I 1 Mukden .Taken George A. SauUiiM the .*is

Key Hall follows: I W Curry Harris of Key West and Republicans 15 Times [ I other: slate eaaJMa MM.. MM all

"Much curiosity on the part of Robert C. Lane of Miami. t Communists opponent far inm.BtT .. c.*:
A; Much As Democrats : By t tren in UM 4n Owlnet A, S*
Sustained Hurrifcane Losses citizens of Key West has been Petitions for naturalization will I pubneaji J. L. ....*... fa rye
I evidenced in connection with the I be heard at 10 a. m, Wednesday. theKMM-a..e. Pre... I IW Says snag aptaM ....
WASHINGTON Oct. 30. Report .....
various procedures required for t Then 1M wrMy AMA"sdates.
Kfplitern: ; KUIiin;; Boat 't resurfacing the principal streets'' All Tax Bills President Truman and Governor: 'Hy "- _...... mo... i l ley er.above The>> voter the imnKili'sIn .speak. ..errs......

l'urhae cl I For IwalFiftliiTinrii I| New York To of the city. Dewey wind their formal: NANKING. Oct. 30.-Report* other WM MJ to .... ......
"This natural because rI up here !
curiosity is I Mailed persist that Mukden, the president and eaeMvoter dais Ow
Who Lost large propprtion of the Monday I largest Manchuria, 'ha
a campaigning tonight Truman city in j Just pt4 one lets'' w tr
Welcome 813 residents have probably' neveiseen fallen to Chinese '
I| I communist left of tne prpll.aM1" to Sd.1..
Crufl: Other Auf these operations before. In All county tax bills will be in will speak in St. Louis and forces. but helevers thrust .psi stasis el 1M 41.

American Red Cross has spent order to satisfy: curiosity on the the mails by Monday, the date Dewey' in New York City. i! Officer, of the nationalist government toHate ........ 11ss ...... t..tthe .
Refugees subject the following information taxes are payable, County Tax have neither confirmednor aa4 ....., ..-.....
|M.I 141'1 in Hetpme Key West re-i I'I 4Mr The A'. .tf4 lrr..> in simple non-technical 'I'Collector Howard A. Wilson said Campaign managers for both denied the loss of Mukden by M well m> 1M...fc err MM 'M
o.vtr frum loan inflicted by the language has been obtained: ; their troops. j I amendments.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.-City of- candidates said, however that
September Hurricane: Nearly all "The streets being resurfaced Mukden had been isolated fora .
ficals and private commit- I i Bills f> the property owners of Only one pot et pe et |bats tarn
this MMU.4 was spent locally, tees have made many arrangements to have old brick pavements that i) MISS CAMILLE GENEAU Key West and Monroe County both Truman and Dewey will long time by the communists& changed in .4.* ......... Tur.d-.'

.nd rant of it went for fishing give a rousing welcome to the 813 have.become worn and rough j (above) of Jacksonville is a already have been mailed. Thoseto continue to make short addresses but attempt after attempt to cp- That M 1ft i IN Pint lr.rim I
orb wt crawfish traps to re- displaced who due to through use and principally because : be sent out Monday are to taxpayers till Election ', ure it had failed up to the last where it hM ..... ........ !**....
p4.re thuic destroyed by the arrive here persons this afternoon are from they have been opened' Republican candidate for election who live in other sectionsof informally Day. ,, assault !!I the C ytoew U6O) I...ilMIe. MI lJuval

atoms various European countries. so many times. The crown or f to congress from Florida. the country or in other countries Last night Truman in a ma-:i: rational forces that had been street'to M.. GMJ..' Cafau. .
Announcement of the extentto They are the first displaced middle of these streets has I She is one of many women jor speech in Brooklyn, accused protecting the city up to the be- in the 1MO fcfack. art Iltaa.sss. .on
which the Red Cross has as- persons of 205.000 who are sched- largely broken down due to the I : Four per cent discount is allowed the Republicans of having .crippled ginning of the last attack num.:,|street
M-M-1 law community was made uled to come to the United States. necessity for excavating for I throughout the nation seeking for payment of taxes' in the reciprocal trade agree- bered 150,000 What ha hap-! In the oW pr. .... nX sow pwl
tuda). M the team of five disasItr Welcoming committees will sewer, water, gas and other underground congressional seats in the November November; three per cent in December ments between the United States pened to them was not revealed tag pl cw a M1 be MM year _
worker, sent here shortly down the bay in tugs to the vicinity go )ines. 2 election. i ; two per cent in January: and other countries, particularly'1 in the communist report, thoughit .during the ............ **.. }! ....
after the storm, left for the or- of the Statue of Liberty to "The purpose of the resurfacing !i one per cent: in February: par in Central and South America, is presumed that most of them rind will be m MM MMMH CMM
.i...nll........'. regional office in At- welcome the refugees to this is to bring the inequalities: will be accepted during March and that the Republicans had. on were taken as prisoners.. ty CourtKome. N.. 1 M l-. ..*
l..iit*. Ga. country. Sirens will sound, up to a height at which the wa- !. Ponce Released and taxes become delinquent several occasions, showed they Smith Auto ServM SlMinn. *m
\ t 4"-] of 171 applications for and White street N.. 4 Use H i ii .
bands will play and fire depart- ter will run to the gutters } April 1. still cling to isolation. : ut al
..11'10' r? Mcccptcl by this team, long-wearing I Truman's address at St Louis School i Annex. Visited. aed TT tiical >
ment tugs will demonstrations to provide a From
give Jail i
\. '.It h W.5 headed by Miss Mar- County Palace Theater ) street, No.' S MI Ptoati.n.
of the way they fight blazes smooth surface. I I tonight will be his 268th he has
ICII' lit, Hittto. All requests were along New York's water front. I 'The first step is to fill deep MIAMI KEY WEST made since the.beginning of the BARRY FITZGERALD and [I.Community 1111. Mi I attest.ri
u t. fwd l hy a five-member' com with After his wife and two.r I Duck avenue: .... a ,in MM Chi>
.., Most of tK" refugees: come r-i-n I holes in the pavement a i|I i paying campaign. He will go from St. DOROTHY HART In
ii U' local! citizens. --;- BARGE LINE. Inc. I her of Coast ButMnc N.a
mixture children $315 for due .rte
I'ulancl, t ioujh nearly every rather cheap asphaltic : past Louis to Independence Mo.
rtiMiii-n fuJting bott ranging country in Eiu-opa is represented I Next the surface to be nvrecK ,, alimony and support, $50 for hisw..e CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS where he will remain till aftci "THE NAKED CITY" athon; No. 7 at the .
(Liiiiuu'ti( On Part Eight) feei Jose Ponce. TELEPHONE 6Xext I Drug Store Tavemer
among them. I K; swept clear of dust. Then a II (I I S attorney Election Day. -
-_- ------ thin coat of suckv hot phaltic||I owner of Ponce's Beer Garden. Barge Leaves 'Both the Democratic and Re-
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: 11 r p (Continued On Page Eight) I.,: Angela and! Simonton streets. was .Miami, Thitrjt., "'.,... / publican parties have spent mil-
Halloween Eve I- ----- -- --- -- .(i released from county jail where lions of dollars in the campaign MASONIC NOTICE i iR; NEW
NOTICE ,, he held of R
-- 11-HONK IM: was on a contempt -- ------- just how many millions it was Special Communication of
Dance TICKET OFFICE {court charge. almost: impossible to estimate Anchor Lodge No. 112. F. k
t : Big Eaters. Small Eaters orVegeterians I : Ponce was lodged in jail by t because of the intricate: bookkeeping A.M. Monday. November. 1U. : LOCATION
w. TIO V" Circuit Court .
Judge AquIlino
i I ml
TOMt'.IIT .4 by each party's natu 1948. at 7:30 P.M.
Them All In Our Stride and : ALL AIRLINES Lopez Jr for failure to pay his and PETRONIA STS. committee It was gtnciall\ Conferring Entered; Apprentice .

r \ .tLKS ANNEX : Send Them Off Happy alimony and support and $2) a (Opp. Broadway Market) I agreed. however. that the Republicans Degree.All Paul J. Sher
Ii1 4 PRICE TOURS month f.thl..' rental i of her home. !
t _____ __ ____ Proudly Presents have spent fifteen member end sojournersinvited
f ,:.; It' f uIi I'riu' : 1 4f. "'I..w ... _____ f. o- Mrs. Nora BetancourtWith I time as much as the Dcmoc.-a''.. to attend.

t t ADMISSION: FOR SALEI FOR SALE! Her Famous | in the national campaign By order.AUSTIN 60S Duval St.
: _______tinterior __ i ROBERTS.
$1.00 PER PERSON SPANISH and AMERICAN .. Call for Rtpairs tt
Good Used Cars: COOKING Attest: W. M.
1 Evryine. Welcome 4 WllhUK: : ELSE:? t DoorsS'1'Ntr1K ( Gerald H. Adem Secy. Abort Addr**

..... ... .............. s s n asF1 TWINS GARAGEYour Hot SouseA : Voters! .
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TELEPHONE 818 I TELEPHONE 163 All Kinds of SandwichesBILLIE'S .
Classroom Teachers -
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I for the .4
/ That You Study

1 Straight Democratic Ticket : Featuring .< DRIVE. IN Children's Interest Dr. II. 1\. MtHtrr ttithft InAnnminrr

Tmul,' FIFTH STREET and FLAGLER AVENUE and that tan TiMwfarorfWj4T ,
w A I: ,\' 1' IV I/I hf ...IH'
J tl.\o. Vole for Amendment No. 3, \ Jimmy Bigelow
Which Gives Monroe County \ "THE BANJO KING" *: REAL PIT BAR-B-Q i VOTE NO Street (the tM ;
t withMARTHA
4 (;truce leisure home).
A Slate SenatorI MARTIN .4: .
> Thick MILK 1 SHAKES i forAmendments :
> at the PianoHAUL'S I IQt4E
I I \ UII Desire Transportation, Call 406() or 239 I Ii
; III hurls Sandwiches and Soft Drinks I 181 2 i
Paid For Democratic : /
by Executive Committee) : CLUB / I S1Iwwwertwwaw
1I asass I: (OPEN TILL 3:00 AJ4.) .

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FT*** T%* QUtt. 8IIU41.CC Key West in.the heat of the campaign thatis '
... <<:.rr Or..*. Md ABB Btreeta. 1 1I
r1J -S .cJ; &MOJ' P.Woaree w.i> p.Conaty* t. K.. Wt &D. nearing a sizzling conclusion. 1 Time i i. eastern standard. sres. I

I tral standard subtract ."e hour, trneuntain .
has from the : standard subtract twe
1 .....u.. s t IC., .** Florida. M second class matter Announcement come hSur. Son.. local stit. is t5O"gS t, Kvr. TZU nt sfaerafHgJ9M \

MCM.BK: ..r TUB ASSOCIATED HESS White House that he will come to Key l "our of minute relay Drsgrara to fit local changes ftchvdulcs.Last ", can. Chapter 17 1 1 "1 thIns rve toeerr tnerff. Turn' etTBJIgTE: T pfeftaWy 'oTft- TW r- f,

'*.. A.*.cIit.4& Prjs* Is .SeaD.hret ly ntltUd to net. tt included. I at the Club. It's down chance to even use it."
t .. .... Jr r sE'TViwrwU..- el all .... thte
..vK%*> .rd1e4 I. pv.r. from where she stood in frontof
\ '*. leJ b..l 111110111..4. Mr._ lose." SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 you find out something. Walter1""It's I and walked arm e1Clonmur.atll
.----- the'college's Moorish-type administration ; 'about tinfe"he said'fbtlj.! i Devil'iar The :
.. .CBUCHirTIOM: RATES Probably he will arrive here two clays tysaing building. As she I'm !I of tfie rooni were r*** aditbe tl
"Hal will stan thinking f!
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T. eo8t00a4eaB1Mt. ...
*"* *is M.*itki"la -. loTi S.,' after Election: Day. The \White House ,: Newscast B ory Day-cbvE l scrambled the car she asked, washout, as 'a TMthetw.KeItt ; I I muraled.a with Mfrxffcrft an Amt'ricaft Hides.;artgMideaPcr .
Is,.. ..tkV : Felia Quartet-abs, "'Wh re ve going?* "'" i patted his wrist. 1 keep'
LOt ; half-striP& so-
,. -.*. Uoattft /3ports! > Parsd.Bs.eaotS:1SR.IIgton devils roasted
.._III,. .U statement about his coming here has Tafc a dumber-raW-wert "South of4 order.said f forgetting that your two best noritas over strangely Jr.zen 8 ,
!. N.w_nbe Walter James. friends have- been killed she flames. Other. more functional,.
__ .ADVr.RTHMQ.. !' RATES created a deep feeling among Key West- Lake Success emo-cb8 But why are we going to Mex- said softly. Tve never told you devils wrestled with othef, more
iii. KH'a U AppltomllorEClAL. Brownie. Sisters-abo "
ko +\nd; ;why ine along Walter! bow sorry I am. 1 really ant"S I senontas.
era and let us trust that feeling will lead .:3* Tn* NfcC S mtfiony-Bt8Saturday his fortunate,
., MOTlCttJin Sports-cbs You: ask. more ..questio than The slight detective pressed He was about to commeat 19.
? 4tU* .Mtca. arda *f thtnta resolution Wlsmef 1 do redhead he observed.I lips together. "Ethel may not be .
.. them to to the polls next Tuesday to Harry Sports-S.W ; i Kevin when one swarthy bwW:
IC- .m*. will b* "
; 4 r4 rr. ftfcltMry t.-* v Dane Music -rafts-east know But whyi" completely lost-:-there are otheranswers.'Amnesia. : toward
and glided
>*r.* ; 41 ta* & of 15 eeata a this. Tru. or )'alsa-mbs-w.st der stirred
for him. "I hate to man in be
H'-.II... (*r t.n.I..t ky cBurcbcs from vhlah vote se a Tijuana. ; They may Lheni. .* :
'- .'?.*..... Ie I. k* d.r 1".. are I cant a lla.. He still thinks about Key West so it ::4kJfla jbCU:,: ye 4 Toil MY*.tel gtct me-thereT ,t .. holding her. ,She may be running "Two tequila stingers" he said; 7
." n%* CUI... to an t.M. fanim and Invites dl. 7i00.-4fr F.vorft Bi uibao4-tbs "Turn right on El, Cajpn and !away front them, and not able to
'. t.**trs) St Mill I"'r*.a ssd oubjeet of local or would be disregarding the interests of Treaour7: Band* ,. w-abc > go down to jackson Grammar get in touch with me. Shetmay- Instead.
a rU Iatsrs.t. It will ast publish aaoBymoujHEMBER to
the pictures
r................ city if we forget him. The true Spirit of H&waii Cells u.iclamW SchooL Turn'left there to National have learned whatever Hal knew Are so
our :30-Vle Damon Show-obe City. From ther on we can't and is afraid to come out of hid- increase the body temperaluie

Key West was exemplified yesterday in Famous Vaughn Jury Monroe TrUls-i-aba Band-cbs miss. Now why am I really ing. She doesn't have to be dead? we'll buy more drmJu? Kevin

News Broadcast-mbs1 along?" "There it isi!* she pointed. "That whispered wickedly. I
that statement in The Citizen by three iO-' rl I "Maybe the owner doesnT real-
Carmlclutel Song-cb* "Maybe just wanted to have blue and red signt"
a local taxicab drivers who will take any Mel Allen Sportsmb.100hloflywood you here." She tucked her feet He unstrapped his shoulder ize it, but he has the makings of

( 794 Theater-nb under her and pushed across the holster, locking it and the .32 in a fine Chamber of Commerce T
> the Election free of Sloe It Main Qutz-cs.. "
The waiter
voter to poll on Day Johnny .'I tcher. Comedy-aba seat until she was close enough to the glove compartment. here he answered. (

charge. The only requirement is that the Twenty Questions Quiz-mbs put her arms around his elbow. "Mightn't there be trouble?" was back already. "They mud >
t:3Ttutb:: or Conaequefted-IIN With one ear on his shoulder pad, asked Kevin innocently. "Please have this stuff ready-muted.? !,
voter is going to support Truman. Amazing Matone-a boLife Kevin exhaled a long and artificial don't let anything happen to you." Walter James laid the money I
Begins at .o-mb*
-.. But there is another point that shouldbe :00-Hit Para**. Sinatra-Bbo sigh. "And then agai, maybe He smiled. "I think this is a spot on the counter and flattened Waller his -- ?
is U A
Winner Tax All-cbsGang 1 need you to drive back." where I'll be welcomed withoutit. hand over it. "My name
mrnovcMCim FOR KEY WEST e taken into consideration in President Buster Drama-aba The girl looked up at him. "Are He pushed a kiss against the James. I want to see Steve be rI4rn)4i.! ) :

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Truman's "Win or lose" announcementabout 1:1S-La8ftt Gabriel Ueatter Ross Sbow-mbs you going to stay,down there?" end of her nose. "Kevin,. tell me said.
-robs The bartender regarded him
"I don't intend to settle. But something. I'm going to mention
his coming here next week for a stay ':30-Judy Canova Sbow-nbo steadily. "Big or Little?" ..
It Pays to Be Ignorant-cbs: talking to your guardian angel Shasta Lynn in my interview here *
.. of two weeks. Let us he loses. We What's My Name--abc last night he told me about this -just on the last mad chance "Big.?
L Mon Hotels and Apartment assume Nam fl .bong Quiz-mbs big operator in Tijuana-a guy she's got a finger in this. FIX needto The swarthy man turned to his TODAY'S)

& Bitch and Bathing Pavilion. may be sure in the years to come Mr. 10:00 Home-Dennis! Da '* Dafr-nbo that knows pretty much about know which nights your father lounging partner "Walter Jamec.

; ; i. Airports Land and Sea. Truman will continue to visit Key West as Town Qulz"-abc Kenntoo-ctsWhia : everything that. goes on in both was away from home. Then at Senor Luz.? The other bartender

r.. 4. Consolidation of County and Chicago Theater:-mbs towns. I thought I'd drop in and least IU know which nights she disappeared to the rear. BIRTHDAYBf { )
an ex-president. While we 'are aware that 10JO-Grand Ota Oprr-Bb see: what he has to say." He was clear.? Walter James muttered! in her
City Governments. Military Ball- cblUylot : paused a moment. "He may not Kevin clamped her teeth on her ear "In the car-twenty minutes
the "weight" carries is Hoedownabs11:00New.
'._t_ I. Community Auditorium. an ex-president .. care for.roe.r ,'.. lower lip."There's ," then the swarthy man said. (/n NIes&A
very little, compared to that of a president News.. Variety. 2 Lrs.ibNew. : "Ooh!" she mJrmured and nothing to worry "Come with me." He slid obediently ........ ..... BA
: and Dance Hour ab off his stool) and followed;
wiggled excitedly. about he added as he saw her
yet an ex-president as in the case of Horn's a Krackin'-:-mba ."* -What jumbled expression. "Your fa- the man to a velour curtain at I WILLIAMSCY. FEIED8IKX _

Herbert Hoover, for instance frequentlyis 11:30-Dane. Land: Shows mbs "This is my first adventure. ther's absolutely safe. It's just the reah In the small corndur b*>.. Oct. M IN*. .*

MONOGRAPH for t2:00-DalcllI Continued-abc-wtst that I have to know everything.Trust' behind it. the bartender ran light | beth, N. J -'i f "1I'f'
good and in
a source news once and down 1m sides.
fingers .
IT was high noon when he rolled up .
me. ..lIn. 'ft./t/ ; .lI'" .SPW'
rrwidfnt Hurry S. Truman a while for front page news. I the car over the ramshackle "I trust you darling. It was "Never use them? Walter ;, _
NETWORK PROGRAMS i bridge that led into the sweltering Tuesday night last week. Wednes- James said. The bartender g>unt. .
C. ,. ...
Washington' D. However that may be, let's not forget Time it eastern standard. Forci ". border town. day night the'week.before that- ed and motioned him toward a 1 "'

Dear Harry: Air.\ Truman's "Win or lose" statement tnt sUn4ard. .. subtract .n. h'ur. for "It looks like Tuesday isn't the and-and Friday before that. door. He walked through it un !
visit West to about West let whois h.urL Some standard local stat..ns.ubtracl change two big day here" said Walter James. That's all the farther back I go." attended.
Whether you Key Key ; every one of us, T t. cBtIm
That'll be )
hour of relay tD fit local schedules. I "Know where the Devil's Bar is? "Thanks redhead. ( *

ret after a ,fttrenuou campaign you able to go to the polls show our appreciation La.1 not be minute included.prOllrana Changes can. --

will be welcome either as President of by supporting him. -S t DEWEY'S SPEECH JAM-PACKS CHICAGO STADIUM -. i basMrW

the United States or as plain Citizen SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31 _

:- Truman. That's the sentiment here., !' EARLIEST AMERICAN FARMERSThe Aft....... -- wJr.A a

1:00-America United. Talks-nMXews -
TilE ORACLE I Commentary 'I'T ,

earliest farmers in the Ne\v Mews American Commelltarymb.t Almanac-abe. _4 I t'I

World, according to Junius Bird, archae- : Editor-Opinion at Horn Commentary_abc -_ fsii# I W.... .. HelM, I" I .

.: : COD LEFT OUT; EQUALITY IN ologist of the American Museum of News Broadcast-mbs (I Co,.," |,JOl I ,i. .. II 'II
130-Chicago Round table-nb. .
Tell Clillf N iVal A. ...10"! .1.1ulij ,\
Natural History lived on the arid coast of It Again-cbs
Sunday Bflwten,
Vespers-abe *ji s 'II

: A two-day argument resulted' before Peru some ,six thousand years ago. 1:41'0 Singing Be c.narlea-mb.Announced-mbs took this) he/iu ul UM. !'.. d.
Social' Committee of the General Assem- ,A research expedition dug out the evidence 2:00-Ttf B. Announced-nba. many foreign ('..ptl..a,
Festival- Son*-ch
of this ancient group after finding a Week Arovnd World-aba
bly'of the United Nations when Brazil Air Fore Showmb.23OUnlralt.fhatrcbi. I TOI\V'S HINTII....''S
60-foot mound of refuse which included -.cr

,rented an amendment to the declara- crude tools and other relics of the activi- Mr.Ton Pl'esldent-abe Ar* There-cbs f (Know Ameotsa)

tTun on human rights ,asserting! that\ all ties of these primitive, stone-age people. News; Veterans' Panel-mbs S ,rS j t Fleet Admiral. Witlia. ., f .Ihft
t "created in the image IOOT.. Philharmonic- b : M'aw ISPJi I : ivurvd. W.HD ,n Kl: .. human beings are The discovery of this information! News Musle Broadcast-abc t N J.Myaeit..g..
aVd likenefl" of God. causes us to wonder how many ancient 1:1 -Future of.America-aba L_ _, 'S .5 I Z.< Akiata .uthu4 iseeg ..

The nuian delegate objected: as- without 3:30-On* Man's. Family-Db* k'W' II :n ..nit"ilfcr.. ...... M v. -.t. .?_ ,
people perished
leaving a trace Treasury BandabcJuvenile I I L.<'ut (win (...-..fti..y K.yj*,.j

fertlng that In hU country the postulate. and why there developed in some areas a 4.00-Quiz' Kids.Jury-mba Joe Kelly-nb .....,,15j1J54. I. A...... '...

,. that man U created in God's image is higher degree of civilization than in oth- Tea Malon Talk-abc 5- Yo,it Bavrfni. MM .. .....
House of i
mbs .
"much dixputed." Argentina Columbia Mystery- ,,;.,.. .
ers. *:!*-Johnny Thompson Sons;-ab* .
Ruth C rdMs. ...._
4:30-News: Living 1S4$-nba
Bolivia and Venezuela supported the Brazilian -
We might ask ourselves the born Wuflevfeam
even reason Skyway to Star -cbs MMM !4

amendment but the Chinese British for the development of unequal civ- Opera Detective Recordabe Mysteries--mbs 55o.

and Indian delegates urged that reference 5-00: -Jan* Plckens Sbow-nb* V- -.5 Calv.m. H. o.w.nt <..
ilizations among the races Jiving in the Bob Q. Lewis Show cbs 4. % t 5- _ 'I inctuo. IX c!., ltd Ai my
ta Cod be omitted because of the differ- Quiet Pleas Drama-aba I
world at this time. Why do some peoplesseem Sbadow Drama-mbs > money Mittkurtty and mel

nf* In the religious beliefs represented. to forge ahead while others linger in 5.30-Bob Merrill Concert-nba Vt1YlnprJCiO 0- huturiMi, born. in HuItiMsiLEGALS ....
Strike It Rich cbs I
Finally, the Committee reached agree- and times Counter Spy Drama- -aba THIS VIEW: of the jam-packed Chicago Stadium was made from the rafters Tuesday night during ,,sara ......
m ? progress disappear?
.5 'itient averting that "all human beings. Quick as a Flash-mb. GOT. Thomas E. Dewey's campaign speech. The Republican presidential nominee stands on I Ispeaker's I II
: The in IvtningI
telling about the
experts, us 00 platform at lower right. The night before the stadium also overflowed with, a crowd I I
.:. -areborn free and equal in dignity and early settlers of Peru say that they planted : Tb.-Catholle Family Radio Drama Service-cbs_bs that turned cut to hear President Truman. .
"rfghta." News Comment-abe I
squash, peppers, beans gourds and Roy Rogers Show-mb. ____ ____n. ___ __ _. ________n. ___ ___ ___ ___ ''.rsemsHs.f' .'$ ...... .
.. This did not end the debate because ':1* News Summary-aba ':--rl'!: .
cotton that fished .
; they with nets but did HvrSei Vto: ...,
.3o aiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin! LAND FOR PEPPER PARK DEEDED
Chile -Oixle and Harriet-nbe I 'hr .............- .. .. .'a .
suggested an amendment to insert not hunt; that they made a cloth of cotton Percy Faith Concert-cbs ta MlHl*).,* ..... .h. .i .s

the words "and remain." Surprisingly and bark, used a' blue dye and a red pig- Greatest Nick Carter.Story-abc Detect IT*-mbs Key West In. i j . ... ..e.._ ".ot.vi.".,.............. .1.: .. .

11... Franklin 7:00-Jack Benny Show-nb*> yh.rld.. : :. .:
SSCrmi .
D. Roosevelt of the United 1 I. i--" -
ment and constructed subterranean Gen Autry Show-cb: I .
ilk..0 -- a 'I Ii .... i.'11 ... ....
.' t States. aid that it was "ridiculous" to say with cobblestone walls and roof timbers of Go Sherlock for House Holmes Quiz mbs-abo Days Cone ByAS -B I.e......r..Ill... '-wsg .f ....riseed ... ........
'that' all "do remain free 7:30-Phil and Alice-nba
men and equal wood and whalebone. is- S5 IsesC
Amos and Andy-cbs: TAKErT FROM FILES '
'It":u. aionmi5ft'iE
after birth." The lady did not say so, but There is no way to compare these Carnegie Gabriel Heatter Hall Music Sho..mb.ICGCharll. -. be OF THE CITIZEN OF : I k___.:'.

tt.I i equally "ridiculous" to say that all Peruvians with other peoples who lived, Sam Spade. McCarthy Ad"ellturea--cba-nbe: OCTOBER 30. 1S33 F t 't ," ,I a.-., iS II M.-: :.=

men equal at birth. Stop The Music Quiz abc timmmmwiiiuiuiuimuuiiiMfflmumimmimmiiuii! -- -
elsewhere on the globe at the time. We Tb. Mediation Board-mbs ,. I iin*; *Mi, M MJTlitM .
have la-Fred Allen'C medY-l1be A ttgional director from New .' ",. .. ,.' I l %': P'W* -. .s
little information : ; =
very about the life Philip Marlow. Drama cbs Orleans is m iey West today: ..". ", %. fin \ .
TO MAKE It's f .. l iuj.. ...
FARM MACHINERY A Living-mbs ? f-
of that .
man back. with ,
., runs Stock ;
over'sites '
accuracv. IOO-JJeM'Y looking here, on ',. + < ; 'S ICt.I K M'-Mt l'TIM -<
\ '
Helen Hayes Island and Boca Chica for the ,jt :.... : .-.t *,
I beyond a few thousand years. Weare Sunday Journal Theater-abc cbs I tStablishment'of naval .'.,.'.\.0.. :: .. ,IbIlI a: ..4ESS.. ,....... ,..., ....
rThe:; automotive !Industry, according gradually learning about Secret Mission Drama-mbs possible a ( ,- ", ...... N ,***..
more the # ...,. ..
"""* pre- ':'- airport. \ II 4 ? k..l. e 15.5' ..
F *"to"Harry Ferguson! Irish-born inventor Hollywood Comment-abe t:. cI..... ,...
historic "
r' residents of the world but, after l-30-Album FamUUr Music-obo ,,.. M'.i'iiH. 4" i..uiViT "l.MBtV.

: :.iKcUM atop making automobiles and all, not more than the barest outlines. Theater Our Miss Guild Brooks-cbs Hour-abe Three proposed amendments to 1 'n'- III Ml..1 1.'-IJI.,.,,., I..| Idb.f< 'he ..... .
ri- .a. 4 .... tel.. .. ,,. ibs
\J .lUlk! more farm machinery. Hollywood Comment-mbs the liquor u.uinanccwill: be c.)n- II..r....'. kov......" It I...... .
**"1* "*'Mr. 1:4T.lo Nws Comment-tabs sidercd Tuesday night at a meeting .S .Ia. IS earn .... ...._._ ,
Ferguson says that there is a LARGER MILITARY RESERVE IOOO-Tak. It or Leave ItabQ'I.um f ,I'ila I h. r Ftkal N..p..t i iI. .N4I
--- world market for and Abner-cbs: ot the city council I < ..|.|>$lM .Ii,. (... her, ..".. '1
80,000,000 tractors and Voices of Strings mbs .i- ... .li. K'ilH\ .
"' 10.30-Horace Heidt Show I...I. 4 ...5. .... .. ,
"aVe'rUthat j between -nbe :91. s -.1 C .eslpl.ismN
forty and fifty million i In ordering the nation's military reserves Cabin. 1>.13 Drama-cbs Jaycee directors and Mrs. Eva .. i Bi i Ml

.. utomobiie vehicles: "create not one iota I immediately brought up to maxi- Commentary Starlight Moods-mb on Movie,*-aba B. Warner of the City recreation \ .,': .I,..:r- ..r .b.lI.t.i., .: e.M 41!

; of ba 'ic wealth." I !lO:**-W* Car Jrama-abo department! will meet tomorrow S".. T. .........t ..f to.. -I.. II ..,'
mum effectiveness President Truman as- U.-00-News & Variety'J brs.-nbe afternoon to make preliminary _. .

.Mr. Ferguson has a company in Eng- sured the people of this country that the JII.News... and Variety Dane Dane Band-abc 2 far*.-cb. arrangements for piogrami of :social 55 .I. 'UI'\ '..,..1(,,It". ":0.5It. ,,., ,

t I lamt:making tractors and a plant under world situation has not become !>seaL Dane Band I bra.-mbs events and spoils to be held ... ..
I more ser- 2.00-Dancing: Continued-abe-west in Key West during the tourist '
MMMtruction near Detroit to turn out ious. --S -t __ I THK IIM I .
season. __ s-- rf I *>l MT *>*

: 1.1.., aame product. It may be, as he sug- I As quoted in the newspapers, the Your Horoscope .. 1.Wl1e ,ht.t.. I .I.-IHBPN I If; *.+. TH" 440M1R w.,* *>. ( Illt .

!'PAt.. a tremendous market for farm District Army engineers shortly ,. l\ ">.. tM ...."!
maebinery I President expressed the view that the outlook SATURDAY, OCTOBER < will!) begin a survey for f 01r% |% t H,%, *clt .
; 30, CLAUDE PEPPER (left). Democrat of Florida. I ....
throughout the world but U.S. SENATOR i I '- ...
we I l for peace had actually improved as a 1948-Tuday; :pnsniseo t differ with hfc assertion that the automoler result of a change in the attitude of the worker!:**who compels a good MiarnT-: n { y''W'At.-a d patch and Douglas Silver. president of toe Miami Chamber of Commerce IjnIif5s. ..

: '! do i hot create any wealth. Soviet Union. placefJn the worjd tlyxnigty pp<- I'from WsshirmVon t published. \ : m : .are in Washington looking at deed to land at Fort Pierce. ."..,..... ..PWWA.( 1.. I
The .
conclusion may be sisteQ In its b\t The CltizerflaidMlafni\ t&far.o :
I phases and : I .f..edcs.
: Jn fact the i invention and development correct but if it rests I with; ne -- Fla.. which is to be used for development of state's largest public p4....... %ne%
I on shrdl shrdl proper major aspects 'acdwsrtI1.tI .
I up cc park on the Atlantic seaboard. The deed was received from T. f.:e.1tfI: ......
of the automobile has this Duality generally loJds: : : PftottIU: ft'fOr'j .
revolutionized correct, but if all it tb -'. .......
: the social and rests upon is the apparent great!fortune: and even when '"this morning 'to-meet. "his, Assistant Secretary of Interior William E. Warne. The park ..., are ... r..... t. .... ..4 5
S life of the United change in the attitude of Russia hampered by contrary conditions [ father, wh6 'r tid been m Boston; i iI i. will, be named for Senator Pepper. I kar too. ..... HIM, .., f. mel-> .., ,
.. .
State >vI- In ,... .. ... .. .
It haa 1 ... > it 4 |
undoubtedly made possible it is it will relatrves.: ; -- -- ---- -
on rather slim support. ; nearly always bring a I visiting ; ----- -- -- '.5 ic.. :t.h ...., ..
\ : a development which is, in large measure of success. must expect hot wunh fessig I V k ..... ........ .. ..
many wa's.tNI who had been visiting :
Military launches
experts point out that the SUNDAY OCTOBER 31, 1943 E. M Moore conservation : o ........ aIM to.. .h..
wealth.An' his family in Key West, returned him. 5s
\ bulk of the organized reserves is a "paper" Intensity, enthusiasm and non- agent for the Audubon Society in yesterday to Pigeon Key. ***** ..*Vl B* tm ... _........ .4 ..

\a force and only 311,022 of the 1,519,601 chalence are indicated for those Key West, wil deliver a lecture : Vice Admiral Furfiwt P. Merman :. ,"r.s; ::.: .. :.-;'

astute politician can born today. The disposition is illustrated with lantern slides be- ;,' psr e-B...hi ..... .. .
see an op- men are actually drilling. The defense of 0 BenjaminKetchum left this born at Merrtmatk, ;14.! V, et I 155'I.
of the Key We.tWoman's tesMi .
restless always trying fore members
: new
experiments -
$ r1unity four years ahead of time. the country rests Cub tomorrow after morning on a short visit ta S2yearsago. II... 5Oi1I.e.,. ..._ I. 4.of .
.dl upon regular forces now and effecting. operations Miami. tOt. ...... A. I St I"..
fui totaling 1.534.925 Without design. Some of noon. "Preservation of wild life toS ..WI sati...
men, backed by the reserves Ted (Theodore) W.ltian .C >*|W. .,. T .' .
: ; Who remembers the days these schemes however really on the Florida Keys" will be the I I W g. *f VH < *V..
.1 4 when the and the National Guard. The latter work out although as a rule subject of his talk. Today The Citizen says in an the Red Sox born in SeA !>***, I=.--Los.g...":.,,. Pa...

An' CiM Bf the community thought they had toWoodchucl consisting of 332,428 men, has its en- the native is apt to waste energyon I!editorial paragraph: CaL, 30 years ago. ..... S .....

kJic? I Issues by word of mouth. tire force in training. strife. or on inconsequential. Eugene Demerit, captain of I]I ""The Key West wife \yhi !Lrl H 'I.- "iMMtAt4VMa.v4.ttX.

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1941 Packard convertible, excel I Gray marine engines and .service..,
lent condition low mil & I"1 C. R. Smith opposite Firestone,
Reasonable. Phone 136. Station Marathon. octl-lnw
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ENGINEER AND FIREMAN were killed nd 11 persons were injured in this wreckage that FOR SALE-BOATS AND i White white enamel paint $2..5.00$2.7a. $3-73t Outside

|TM.lt.4 frame P.anylT.Jii* Railroad train crashing Into steel-laden truck 1_.a heavy fog near MARINE MOTORS j gallon up. 50-ft .z" garden per

"" khtvill.. Ohio. Al Ult foreground is the tr uck trailer cut in ball.. The locomotive and a hose. 395. Doherty & Co, 346

k9 a.. car were Ttrturncd.. and UITM ether c art.were derailed. Storm-damaged Elco cabin cruiscr -' Olivia Phone 1597. octlOrtf

34", V-8 85 h.p. engine with
I marine conversion. Pr-cticaHy' William & Mary period.' Schraff:
fll"i"i"E! Events Of Navy Week I FOR REMTHOUS&SI new. 50000. Call Pat Pat! grand piano. Reasonable Telephone

1 .1 terson. 1564MKidney octiJ.Jtx.I 136. oci26-5t

SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31A 2-bedroom furnished house. Apply I I-

1:00 P.M. Coll Tournament. Key West Golf *i 1212. Pearl Street j duck hunting skill, for : Complete set bathroom fixtures. .
% ; oct30-2t'! quick sale...; $99.00. prepaid i Second hand. Phone G3- L
: Course. Nary teams TS.Golf Club .
check money order. P.O. Box' oct23-3ta
teams, no fee. '
entry FOR RENT-COTTAGES 510. Green Bay. Wis. .
i j ;
1:80 PM.-Ccseball Game at the Naval Station oct30-l tx Spindner wa-;hirig machine. $70.
Grounds. F SS. vs. Naval Station : i Guaranteed
Furnished cottage, 2 bedrooms' I Phone 1164-M,
Civilians. lilting room, kitchen bath.1! FOR SALE-TRUCKS t oct30vlf
4.00: P. Baseball Game at the Naval Station .small child accepted $110 in-': :

y Grounds. P.W.C. vs. FawTulant. 'J eluding unities. 751-W. Low priced used trucks: 'nudge$1500 bicycles. 1707 Von Pfi s-
ter Street. B. B. Willard.-
pickupjton International'
; ,
ON ROUTES Ms-ton. International 1'i-ton. oc(30-3tx

--- --- _.- f. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I van body. All trucks in good
AND ROOMS i i ii sunning condition. Call in per-, Coconut plants, 5 ft. high t5e

_________ ____ i son for Inspection. SAM. to* and 50o each. Apply 1 509
I The Stutz HoUL 410 Fleming i 9 A.M. Cabrera Wholesale South Street 1 oct30-l.tx

Au: 1- Street and several, has sleeping an efficiency rooms apt.vacant Grocery. oct25-tf Owner of 14 lots on square blockof

Low weekly or moathly, j I FOR SALEBUSINESS : Rejnoids. Washington Wl
rates. oell-tf' PLACES liam and Waddell looking far
a p.opositiolLVh.t Love yOu
to offer. Bernstein. 801 Ruo-
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY Ful1y- qulPped bar. 1013 Division .
Stieet oct3Q-6tx velt St., Far Rockawa)'. New

Singer electric sewing machine. York City t
4 803 Olivia Street Call Telephone HELP WANTED-MALE .
1543-M. oct29-3t:
&rgaint-Army blankets, clothing -
Wsnkd Janitor. Apply Western -
shoe, boots tents, IB
FOR RENT-ROOMS Union. oct28-3tv
fJ'(e. \Lsrtin.Kshr>; 3461 Third
i I Ave. Bronx 56 N. Y. --:
ii TOWN HOTEL DOUBLE Wanted-Messenger with b- ycie: ,
i octSO-Hx
iI L ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. S4 Apply Mr. Jones, Western: -
I DAILY. LIMITED NUMBER Union. oct28-3t -
i cards at the Marshall. Studio In
oc\28-tf HELP ,WANTED }
Telegraph Lane: Also wall.
! MALE QR.., FEMALE : t. decorations and handmade
Furnished rooms. 626 Grmneil o \ \ 11;\i gifjs
; Street $6.%' single, $7.50 dou'bje Manager for small hotel Cou. 'I''I'f distinction. p
Is *
t *. per week. ,,,.jct28-3tx pie..Appjy JPi p.. B**.;01. c n;o .- ;,novl- -
I hold other position. oct23-tf/
Key, iL
'mss West Cook Book and
$ herbs and Kea-tonings, attl
II Wanted Typist roun6 man or
Wanted-Furnished quarters for woman. High School graduate. MarshallStud Shop in Tcre--
2 adults 2 6 and 11 { graph Lane. Also. limelajfi".
I boys aged age 21 to 28. Apply Mr. Jones.
r four to eight weeks, from Dec. Western Unionoc283t garlic and turtle ohvsi coconut clfldy,
20, near beach. Bernstein 801 oup

, Rosevelt Su Far Rockaway, HELP WANTEDFEMALETwo oct30nov2-4-6t.
New York City.
i 5.00 value Noma bubblelitseto.
iI oct30novl-3-.5-i.St waitresses (nights). Applv
I complete. $3.79. Poor Old
ii 124 Duval Street. oct29-3t .
1 '
I Furnished three-room apartment! Craig 1019 White Street.

i or furnished cottage two i FOR RENT-APARTMENTS octSO-ltx

adult i. 4-year-old daughter. !
I j I Notes (Promissary), lc each. Art-
Phone 9292.
oct30-6t i Furnished apartment 3 rooms and
II 1 man Press Citizen Bldg Phone
bath Maid and
janitor services .
"11' ':I. LOST I 51. aug2-tf
jNurse's { linens and utilities fur-
niihed Summer rates Coral
(.!f") WirephotoALVANLEV pin. Reward if returned !i Hotel Apartments opposite. Post'Office FOR SALE-HOUSES

JOHNSTON ( to 801 Virginia. Phone 891Woct304tx. oct7-25tx -
upper UftU head of the Brotherhood I Five-room bungalow practical

ri LcMnoUo tgineers *hakc hands with GOT. Thomas E. i furnished. Two bedrooms, file
Furnished 212
1 room apartment. '
Dewey *. Cleveland after throwing his the bath stall
support to Repub : WANTED I Utilities furnished. Children shower elctricallyi
bras reude\dl nomintt. Bottom. President Truman left>)>. under 1 year accepted. Apply i equipped kitchen, breakfast-
and the tt Rev Richard J. Gushing. Roman Catholic arch poich, )pla-ssed front porch.
All qualified voters to vote NO 915 Windsor Lane. oct-tf .
biatop of Raetcn. excnaage handshakes. shortly after Truman for Amendments 1 ad 2. Rewards evel head fans throughout. Corner
brought his pre t4tntial campaign to B : I lot. 100 x 100. Fenced-in
&ton. The President: Good Schools. Apply: Studio apartment in downtown '
visited the Ar W .hep'l home at the IDy.itatioD'd the prelate. ,, Classroom Teachers. area. $20 a week. Marshall yard. Separate laundry unit
By owner Ueat-onable Phone
oct24 II Studio :
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oct2628303txFour : ;

ATHENS "ISIrrORS'FIND- 'j :' : .: ...STORAGEt< apartments available 411 Waterfront home-latscasIL e 'lot

: 50 x 100 furnished, two bed-
lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture C William Street oct3-26t\
rents. two baths electric
; or commercial. Phone 798
LANGUAGE ALL GREEK octl-tf One-bedroom furnished apart- kitchen Bargain for quick
i !I inent Priced with bath. hot; sale. Terras. Owner 2313 Pat.

II GARDEN AND LAWN I water, linens and utilities furnished -1 terson Ayvnue. opposite Yacht
ATHENS iV-So you want* SUPPLIES Couple only $22.OO Club.
t. |e.m Qr e1i? oct-sa t.tues- ...tfTO
weekly. Apply 923 White St. ,
Films 'Bid( For I
Its very My. the Greeks derUi American Radio Warblers guaranteed t1Ct265tFurn

EntMrMUy. it ,.-.. know I singers. Key West Garden BUY SELLYour
ofcether WM WMk to write your Princess and Lawn Supply Co. 914 Ghed apartment. Apply 112" or

girt friend mr a diplomat; or I Fleming St, TeL 1019. Margaret Street Phone 846-J LIQUOR or DEER
wnr *MN- you wat ta discuss oct30 f oct27-4U
4.A.pirv or ........ aeptee from ST'OCh.\jQL11iFiveyea LICENSE ormar

. Ww CIIrfMIC'twU ........ old Princess Christina may soon: PERSONALS Furnished apartment 1 or 2 RUSLNESS in Kev " .\ ass.ply mai.. knew these become the heroine of a fairy. I m onths. Summer rate Apply -See- "

I e they My ta keep from tale.The | Poems wanted for musical set- 1I 708 South Street Phone BEEBE
a > .,..... up wn surti everyP" princess w hot is the daughter j ting Send poems for free ex- 226. oct30-5tx Associate
P" as JTOMT SfMWA And of Sweden's widowed Pri n. amination. Five Star Musitaf c -
11 If yuu're a kmg for <'tSibyllcl and Prince Gus (, Masters, 391 Beacon Bldg., FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS Fred Dion. Realtor

(_ aj yM rail. rt -........- If you Adolf. killed in a Diane_n aNiet..nttast Boston, Mass. I Ioct9162330x I j 524 SOUTHARD STREET
", tin. it'. attae" If you mall year, has been considered I Overseas Hotel, low rates. Cof Phones 166 432-W 31M

/f4r Jew shoemaker, for the lead in a motion picture ;; i' fee shop bar. oct2-26t I
t ..wa we "ycMMMdama." If for Vensk Filmin ustri the FOR RENTBUSINESS --- -s

J NIC Kim. tHey're '"paa. Swedish 'artist Einar Nerman'said. PLACES j .
11! far MM strange Greek has not decided whether to accept FOR RENT-Business Places ta For QUALITY FLOORS It's
N'") the offer, he added. 1 Large store. Reasonable. 923 ,
1 plrasmL iwJ-udtnf fore Ncnnan will be co-director of! White. Street. oct26-5t

keen. talk fluently but the picture, which will be filmed Inlaid. Linoleum
p ptwie out a newspaper in color and probably basedon J MISCELLANEOUS I II

r Ortteri ran read the a .fairy.t le by the Danish Kenfile
.; eerIu..uis. but ran't digest ,, Hans Christian Andersen. Pnn- Washers irons, vacuums and r
'-4. A lot of scholars cess Christina would play the I fans repaired. O'Bnant.Phone

"."t MlwtteMl Homer and then title role "Liza Thumb", a female 1164-M octl-tf Asphalt Tile
:, eI tar a gibs.. of water. equivalent to "Tom Thumb."

tries ni MM Meet speaks a If in need of carpenter for repairs New Colon
and Pattern
for Roomin
! sale oil his own full of mostly written preserves much I or remodeling, apply 1127 Every

- Irk ...4 HaJlM word He from the ancient, and would appear Southard Street, Phone 172.oct83tx. the House .
! p*( J W fte.Ml ., grammar The Plato. It is employed in docu- L SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY

Ma.a ...... hew tn talk to' merits of state, newspaper editorials I'. Caroline Shop on Ann St will .... FREE ESTIMATES
.. os .4... his .,te.l t f I -.u
a \ and learned articles. The remainder : reopen in November. Christ-
b ., ...M. pang. to buy your| of the newspaper is in i I mas shoppers will find a Key West Floor Co.
1 ,... have to learn. IM I the breezy highbrow conversational I I, ly increased stock in great-1 Covering

medium-of the upper and t 'j}I fabrics for sfip rovers
F tUked Ukial language,11'i middle classes. I i draperies. oct2-9-lfi- 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stuts PHONE 1454IIA


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iununmuuamminuummmimmummlurnmmu l lDIIlWllllllJlllWllununllJlJllm" By DOROTHY ROE
Associated Press Fashion Editor '

Enjoyable; Hallowe'en Party > : Now is the time to consider your clothes budget Those

For Youngsters Given At .')*! i expensive new 'dresses will last longer and look better if you
; protect them with some of the gay new aprons and smocks ? a r tL'

Poinciana Nursery School Thursday: ',i i available today. Some are so smartly styled that they actually -
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add to the effectiveness of an at home outfit For a few dollars f
The Poinciana Nursery School, Butch Brown Patty Chapman. ,
: can have three all-round changes in cover up garments -.,.f
Alan Conant, Parris Curry, Terry you
under the direction Mrs.
og <
for the kitchen a frilly one for bridge
Garden, Jame Drinkhouse, -a utility apron
abeth Singleton and 'assisted by Robert Cooper Terry Ann' Ben- or cocktail parties, and a smock-coat for going to the market
the staff of teachers, Thursday rens Marcia Began, Richard De- studying or lounging around the house. Pictured here are new. x
afternoon give a Hallowe'en par- gan Georgia Lee Garcia ,Guy designs by Frances Peck.
ty at the Nursery for the chil- Giedzinsky, Greg Giedzinski, --
dren who brought along mothers 1 Georgia Goehring. Billy ,, ,"'-r- ;' ''!
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.and fathers as their guests. I ner; Chuck Gardner, Gard.1 ; t
The Hall was decorated in the Ellis Desta Lee Homer I ., ",
prevailing Halowe'en motif, with Harrison Johnny Hattaway, Lar-i
the large tables bearing pumpkins ry Ivory, Fiankie Ludwig. Jackie' 1
colored autumn leaves and Ludwig. Don Lassal. Pammy ': '
clever cul-outs of all the things Koehler Rock Kershaw, Linda .,
associated with the seasonal oc- Hughes. Dewey Herrick Jimmy I II
casion.. HartzeU Karen Mitchell David I
The children were given nut Mortenson. Frances McCarthy,
cups filled with candy, favors in Norman McHullen. Skipper Mc-
the shape of black witches Hatton Michael Naniu Butch f
% brightly decorated cup-cakes and Parker, Judy Rogers, Toni r
other refreshments and there Swain. John Swain Johnny Buzzard -
was a fine program of singing Jimmie Valin. Joey War.
and dancing by the chidren them- ren. David Weidig, Larry Wood
selves, followed by the taking of Mike Wood, Jimmie Redv/ine L-
photographs. Pode Smith Lana Rogers, Bob i
Participating in the party were Scott, Toddy' Owens Tony Owens
the,following youngsters: Audrey Harry Lawrence, Charles
Ayaa, Bobby Attilio, Johnny I McCann Neil Parker, Kathy Ann THRIFTY LOI. ONCE ATTIRE Smock coat KITCIIE\ rINK -'

Adams, Alda Lee Brumbach, Shordt and Rita Saunders. for.student or honseirl/e in a smart rayon print, Nero look in a Cuatt _

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,Semi-Monthly Meeting Of .'

I Ladies Auxiliary V.f.W. Held .;M: c << .

Thursday. Evening At Post HomeThe : ; "
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Ladies' Auxiliary of the were discussed by ,the members, /ft' : .
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Post I as was the Third Anniversary f.
Birthday Dinner of the organiztion -
3911 on Thursday evening held
to be held at the Post on
their semi-monthly meeting at November 3rd. :t : :
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the Post Home at Elizabeth and Regular meetings of the Auxiliary : : $ :-
Caroline. Streets. are held on the second and $4
Plans for an Armistice Day fourth Thursdays of each monthat
Ball to be held on November 11 8:00 p.m.

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. Girl Scout Week- Begins Tomorrow; f'; I

Many Interesting Events Planned

Tomorrow begins National Girl Girl Scouts will perform splen- ,, .. .: : r;
Scout Week, and in observance,!I I![did civic work that of taking .t'JJ .; x'1'"", '. ,':-:' 1' i '. .1;.:....." -<
full week of interesting [care of youngsters at the playgrounds I *' 1. rtf t t .:;
there will be a -j ., '
while the mothers to ""
I go m..li \ :' I.Js"I"' ,.
and Varied events. .
Also Tuesday
the polls to vote. on .E&tf
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.Girl Scout Sunday October 31.j jis there will .be a radIo program t. ".,.".'."..... t. .
the birth Jof Girl .. .
the anniversary of by the Scouts at 5:30 ''' I ;>s
the Founder of the organization..{;,;P m. L'w. _
Juliette Gordon Low She was an i On Wednesday, Health and PARTY APRONS Left, trashLONG AND SHORT OF IT. .
indomitable woman not young 1 Safety Day, there will be a program '
nor rich nor in good health, but I=t I at Bay Wt Park at 6 pm. able glazed chintz with rufflml Mother slaughter apron set in print
she nevertheless brought enthusiasm i I On Thursday;:which is International edge. At right, lace-trimmed. bal ed cotton tcith boic-knot design :
courage and sacrifice to I Friendship Day, there will loon cloth trifle. All by Frances Peck.
the formation of what has become I I be presented a display of the ,
since iCs founding on;Mar. Clothing Kits for overseas chil- ---
12; 1912 the largest organizationof > 'I dren on view at Allen's:Bookstore Calendar Of *:J
its kind for girls in the'odd.,,and also 'a radio program. beginning Mrs. Warren Guest Speaker At .
Tomorrow, Sunday, I all Girl at 5:30 pot : I Events
Scouts will attend church in their t Friday Arts and 'Crafts Day. Officers Wives Club Luncheon Friday Coming

uniforms :.r the Girl Scours will visit the art SATURDAY, OCTOBER 39-.;3
On Monday, which is Homemaking schools and study art appreciation. The Officers Wives Club held Wise, R. L. Corkran Yvonne Sni- Fleet Reserve Auxiliary
Day, they will bring in its luncheon meeting yesterday dow, Yvonne Baillod. Jolly Ev sors Hallowe'en
clothing for the making up of the For Saturday, which Out-of-
is at the Commissioned Officers I aDS, Eunice Townsend, Becky Dance, 9 p.m. to 1 a.JIII.f
100,000 Friendship Clothing Kits Door Day, there is planned a picnic -
vvtuch the National organizationhad which will be a fitting cli- Mess Fort Taylor, with forty- Ramay, Marion Caruthers, A. Mc- Fleet Reserve HaH
pledged to get together to I max for Girl Scout Week and three members and Mrs. William Fadden J. A. Farrell, A. Gibbs, Hallowe'en Front Street Costume Daaee
ship overseas. [where, the girls will relax after R. Warren guest speaker, pres- M O'Connor, E. Embree W. J. Commissioned Officers s
Tuesday, Ciizenship Day, the their week. ent. ,
.___ _.____ h___ ---strenuous--- Mrs. Warren is president of the i Hall R. H. Harwood, W. R. Ft. Taylor.
local Garden Club, and her talk Laughon A. J. Watts Stephen,SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31-.
Guest Speaker Gave Splendid Talk dealt with flowers and* plants Douglass, A. R. Gallupe, Jr., W. Key West Community
. that can be grown on the island I meet at 3 p.m. in High !
At Girl Scouts Meeting Yesterday and methods of growing them. It Faulconer, Doris Logan John Nolan Annex (entrance oa.U
was received with great enthusiasm Nellie O'Grady, Rex Murphy St.) to practice "The ;
In observance of Navy Week, women had played in the Navy, by her listeners. R. Clarke, L. T Howard, E. stab. I
Commander Morgan Harris Ex- where they did clerical hospitaland Those present included the: P. Lowe, J. P. Edwards, and MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1--. t
ecutive Officer of the Fleet Sonar canteen work thereby re- Mesdames H. E. Pace, M. H. Harris : Miss Ellen Youngberg. Present Regular Meeting, E
School was guest speaker at Alexander' Husband.. T. M. : also were three n,?w members of Board of Potnciana P.-
the joint meeting of the Inter- leasing men for active service in Arrasnvth B. Vinock Joseph the Club, Mesdames Herbert at Home of Mrs.Secretary. .
mediate and Senior Girl Scouts time of emergency.lie Gorman,.T M. Dick Klein J. R. Mandel George Folta and Robert :Ht8 Av-R
hel dat Wesley House yesterday further told the Girl Scouts Morrow, Carl H. Hilton K. W.I I Vollenweider. 89 PM
afternoon that they s.iould now begin to Annual Roll Call at Key WIll
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Commander Harris in his talk, think very seriously about their Temple No. 71. Pytitiu Ste
first congratulated the Girl plans for the future, and pre- La Concha Navy Wives Club ton, at Regular Meeting. 4
Scouts upon their having taken pare now for their later life. the Hall. T:. PM. 1
part in the Navy Day celebrationhere It was a thoroughly interestingand Held. LnncJieon Mep.tin Tliiirsdti\m. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER|-4
Wednesday. Navy Day, hej i informative talk, and upon -- Meeting o< Bo.rd at Dtredani
said, was first inaugurated in I its conclusion the speaker invited The La Concha Navy Wives The speaker of the day was Lt Key West Woman's CM
1922, and has since been a yearly I the girls to ask .any questions Club on Thursday had their Commander E. J. Dolan. U. 5.1 3:. P..... at Home at tarPmidsat
event At that time the Navy they might desire, an offer that monthly luncheon meeting at Mrs. Ue
Yards are thrown upon to the ; was promptly taken advantage of. N.C.C.S., with fourteen membersof I Navy, whose subject dealt with 417 United 9uet
public in order that civilians Meetings of the Girl Scouts are the Club, a prospective mem- the importance of the Navy Thwd" Aa.n.se y
might see just what the Navy is held every Friday at 3:30 p.mat ber and a distinguished guest Wives. Club what they are doing Draws, Lad... A
doing, and that there might be Wesley House. Officers of the speaker present. I and what it is powbie lorI ..... Pat ..1, V..... ofF
better understanding betweenthe local organization are Eleanor Mrs. Esther Cain made her I them to accompiwh. ti_ W..... .. .... lissrrtJirrirs
Navy and the civilian popula- Gato, chairman Gloria Muniz, second attendance, it being the Plans were discussed at the ? .h .... casalnre ...
tion. secretary; and Jacqueline De- rule of the Club that all prospective meeting for the daMe to he MU 7M p. rn-
He told of how great a part laney, treasurer. members must attend three on November 12th at Aiamcao. L u '" _

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ful membership. I Navy Wives Club.Personal Marys Panah Matt-
Mint Search Successful; I c. c. -.... VmroAY NNI.
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Wife Happy; Husband Very GratefulThe S! .11fJIIi,1Isl]t: NOV__ t-
Tag Day Today
I ..... 9mCuoMno Cwha CMri.8g.wned .
great fresh mint search away on the cool green mint : I Ir Mrs Lillian Snd who had : br Carla
was', eminently successful and I I leaves with a beatific look-on her \I For //. S. Band been uuung her father Bra TaJ 18.._ -__'. A..........
am glad to report that exactly face and that he was the mist lard and bl-other-aa-.w and M*- : tv Day ......... .
I r for the benefit of
fourteen calls were received at j Tag Day ter, Mr. and Mrs Albert BMHWV 'I! .....'.. lose to 114* .....
thA office and at home offering i grateful man in Key West. the Kbv West Hnh School in Flushing, N. Y., duruaj the I I nlllliutWd by Uwrtd C.-I
it.W the young sailor's wife whowanted f,i! Further, he wished roe to tell, Band u being held today. summer, returned to hr home ..I' ul Church W__ el rrt
it so badly. everybody who offered that he : The tags are in the shape Marathon v *tfday. Her husband ':: World Owal .pn.lt.ew
Before 5:30 yesterday after- thanks them .and,wants them to of an orange and in orange Eugene Snd. w.a* to Miami i .
,Boon there were four calk, which.know tht Considers .key West color depicting the goal set to meet her and from a.tt Son Horn ToMrs. f
I promptly relayed to the sailor, i people second in kindness to up by Band Director Earl they drove to MarMh .
who wrote them down feverishly !none, not even his home-town Dillon-tha Orange Bowl
'and 'galloped off with the list 'people of Massillon Ohio, and to New Year's Day. I I 1 The word "nr." now is sue* .11 r., C: Cnn.

in his hand. By 8:30 last nightthere crown the whole thing, declared Money raised will help de- familiar ue. WiN burrowed ate A .* p..... .... .tlw Ott
were five more calls and : that he would be proud to have fray expenses of preparingfor late Latin from the chad -... a.. ,
this morning five more came in. his child born in Key West in and attending the Orange become by the licit sthy was barn in Me U ft.Mai ..... 1!
The last report I had from the December. BowL Further information ''a poetical word for scars sisa. .. to Mrs Oattkj N a....
sailor last night was at 8:40, j Now that is the kind of young may be obtained from Everett did or imaginary ........ 111. wale .. Cbvavni ft. fern* aKI
when he telephoned to say that: man we like around here. I know I Rivas. ,Car of Night for ........ astd ... ........ u, .... ..'
he had visited two places on the !11 wa glad to do what I could in I : then fell out of ctMTMat ..sft Urns -. .. -- .. r.
list, had been given the mint and 'the matter of the mint and I Honey-bees weigh about 5,000 until revived to .. -ni ... Ifs
'also in one case detailed instructions -I also know that everyone will b** individuals to the pound. The 1 cumbrous ":i,l1 nu-brie.-

on how to prepare it for his glad to learn that it all turned average weight ft a honey-bee ; i ..... .... ..
wife;'that at that very u .mem out so happily. Thank you all is less than out ,hr -hundn-d-i| The seaweed or algae set tile,........ ... .. : :.. C
his .wifewas happily & h<.inline NINA I the fjf ar.,unct first acid lowest form .>r plata i! thorn *.i-|.




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I ATVWDAY," OCTOBER 3(5.( 19181 t THE KEY Ti Ea 3''LITIZE' '.!. ; PAOB ",*

Elks Score 28 Runs Against I IKmllOl"s Mexico Jumpers Bound, l Congressional ;Man's! Friend' in the 1 Sea1 rE-_. I Brown Says 'VX-1 .

And Adams Dairy I To Win At Horse Show I Gist Mill\ Bf The WILLIAM Poirer/nf MEYERS", Yet Gentle Porpoises .,- *. f Flyers Will Meet

; =Po GEORGE He not be the most beautiful creature of'the but Dob's Sport
p JP SMATHERS may Sear Shop
Drfrnt Mrn\ ", I "'. .''_..- ,,' .. '_ ........".."' ,.... "I :I certainly he is one of the most graceful; and ha possesses traitsof

, Iin3: AIM! Wallop : /.1" {.t' 'ow.' 't LJ 110 I. .. : superlative beauty. The waters surrounding key West hare Maaacer Brow at .* VX IFlyers
'. '1 6- t (, ; s''V aIm roached Tem pclho[' proved themselves. They are the most productive of game fish .
How Stand | today |
t .lass._ 'f'a'll fly :.' They 11 ...'t"t,: "<(.,, 7 e f Aa- rorni*(:ttinjttty i we arrived in of any waters in the world. On one side, the ultramarine blu.. Sport Sfefl citcfa.,ai .dln .. _,
.. r Berlinwe! had literally waters of the Atlantic Ocean; on the south shore the
seen aquama-
; Of) I 12 To 3 ., hu team wN
I. i1b. < aay | *
;;: ...d ttldtitsands o ;, ': ; t :
i :: ._ : CIIIt ctuaed tfc LOCAL BASEBALL ? all any dr rfM
i i' mttt ball pie Germans.whwatched.in
1ztet34 .
.1 .. air rw4r" far MM iaaw. Ha
,geUI! iud NMgM wrth a double ,I I1i' Key West Senior Baseball, League i ..,,;.; ,- tt. n id }avt.lM! Angnc'rf-. srA '

Awe lire KF>tor's aD'i1 i (Municipal Stadium) .* ; t '_0 .,,_,,.t .t" :I ,.can.airUft,:Dtuipg.Ike time I was '" tiff F I \
.Y4.wy Club W. L. Pet .JEl' .t B9b 'bet H thay! M* Awl b.-
anti anHrrd :58! runs : fnx! Germany it became increas-4-
Red Raiders ___ 1 0 1.000
-. i I h h u i' .r eauaa the GIll
*. rain Mto to rt the curtains ':: :t ..i' '. J _t inglyclear that-the airlift : keastad Mew
I ,, Key West Clowns 1 0 1.000 ; : !0 is: not r Mw off the. pidiaUl. Mtar wet.*
.'If liwttt fr 194* j jt 'i[; Atomic! Bombers ---- 01 000 .{, ofi\-.L... ...! ] only a magmf leant technical ; pcftMcI ell wfcaft ttwf defeated

-- !I, American Legion _---. 01 .000 I :<.: .: operation-(t is the most educa- them Wet Ttiiiin. I aa terry I
J_ 1awia p..l .IWI Kantor's 1 j I I -.;-lA.' ." 1: tional lorce'tne United States has tl think mjr etab CM de ft .... Selets
. .... laj abet for Uc lint four 1i,I,I riguez; stolen.. bases Anguiera: 2.; '. .' 'yet had in Europe. The people of R hear whet Haiti itcrf Maplaym
WM ant two m thr fifth' but two-base hits 'Sands. ;
t : Hcnrtquez; Western Europe and of Germany bM ta My sheet ttria"
I t-a ww Mild. Itattrt. Sand, tripled struck out: by Lewis 7. by Sweet- f :
might have !
that the
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went wild 1. bases balls off Williams
on :
ling ;
.' earl ..... lour batter to give !i! 5, off Sweeting 4. off Lewis 7; I f .. I! and return to would a policy desett of isola-them I II Ii The Weather
I the L4M's fliwfi tww rum I, double plays: Valdez to Ingra- tiomsm when the i
j going got
t lH4ar. VaMrs. lilt a homer m1awneh 1 ham. Baibcr to P. Valdez; hits: j tough, but the airlift is evidence FOHECAST ..

far the only runs forMath off Williams 13 for 12 runs in 5 i w- r ase that we do not intend to do so. I Kry wW ... VliMU fait
.... For the Elks every 2/3 innings ;time of game: 1.00; J 1 The communist might not have i i today, temcM see iarsda7. with
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. ht iafclf at least once. :: umpires: Griffen and Ab torui believed the repeated warnings I not Much' CnaMfwe w teey...
.M three, lafraham two, <:i i In the nightcap the Elks with I of our leaders that we intend to I Risk at bMbd Mewti.
t HJfiJif. and guess two each, 'Claude Valdez in the box held stand firm; the airlift should along the upper Key. O.nte
t4. .... .
rib aSaaMMMi. Garcia. In. i
I ,the Adams Dairy to three hits I I make that fact clear. The Germans to moderate nortlMaat and tact

reel ataw all sasw and. tc raati loccrc played Cardova with !and three runs while they pounded } might not have listened i mine. green waters of the Gulf of Mexico and on the west shore. i: w.L to
i* Villareal for 14 hits and .
Bunsy .
) well to lectures about the Florida: Fair thru s..Iq.
jvery es
}lei .e astil. P. VaMn were the 12 the jade green waters of the florida Straits. These mingle. '
tottii i runs. 12x' virtues and powers of a democracy 'I forming colors of indescribable beauty always deepening ever apt isolated aftanwMi sereeg
Anguira and Al Cruze hit hom- r p 111aiIDas but the airlift is somethingthey over extreme aisath piiahas.Coetioated .
I .
.. Stater: n. H .E.eea ers; Anguiera and Hennquez hitI cannot ignore. changing as clouds drill over the sun. forming new combinations \-............
II 4Uk4 411 4-16 14 0 I three safely and Rodriguez hit One of the things which I was -new coolrs-new glories. Always the waters reflect I mildthtw the FterU
'lOmaw*. MO WO 1- 3 2 3 two. all other Elks hit one safely.In anxious to discuss"with General the brilliance of the, sunset glow. and fill the heart with delight Straits and Raat ChIlI ..( M*.fatModerate .:

he 1Iw.. aM IlflviqWzWilJiMM. the field Paso Valdez,. Sol. Lucius Clay was the backgroundof and _the_ inner self of man with gratitude for eyes that 1 narih art ta art wtiWtothru
C SevUiH and Sands.j j Jomon and Ingraham played a see such thrilling wonder. i II ..
.'I events leading up to the air. Sunday Fair w *thec. e*
HMM. rune Peter Valdez, Rod.BOMBERS great game for winners. lift. How did it happen that we Over six hundred variety eept partly riomry whit UuUIr*

-----...-- -.------ ae < yrete; responsible! for feeding arid fish are found in these I I Sports Shorts I showers ovetsleeves axtttt par-
E- >\o< 4. + h- I contrblbng1' f approximately{ ( two and Key West charter I lion

1 AND! CLOWNS LT. COL. HUMBERTO MARILES. Mexican Army! horseman, I;jet million.we had people jno of 4andc a great
takes Nortena over the gate in preparation lor the international I which to move the* men and supplies seemingly know the haunts of I I i I I i draws about 75,000.000 spectators weather thru guMay. A Iew

jumping contests with France and Canada at the NaUsnal. f{. In conversation) 'with Gen ery variety. I can picture now a year; baseball 63,000,000.; II scattered! ahawara.
WILL MEET ON SUNDAY Hone Show. eral Clay and* later( with Secretary ,absorbing beauty of the melting I footbalL 60000000. and softball. Jacksonville to Atoialebdtola;
of State Marshall I learned ; 30,000,000.
small craft atatai
;;day into night, as the sun sets
By FRANK ECK ] that the situation dated back toj: have been lamed.RKPORT .. ,
Canir Of Gaaif* 'ItI'nm.it AP an agreement made by the European j lently over a distant key and I I Hank Greenberg played only
r{ewsfeatures.. Sports Editor Advisory Commission in guide handles his ship like the two full seasons in the major
Red\ Itaiil( i NEW YORK-One of the features of the National Horse Show I I Key Wed FUv. Od MOtaervatiMt 1944
re failed
; j Calendar I 1944 and affirmed by Stalin I pert he is. Soon the waters :: leagues .in which he to
Sports will be the appearance of the Mexican Army team in the international Churchill and Roosevelt at Yalta to churn and looking alongside i i'I ;I drive in more: than 100 runs- ( tateA aA Ofcr QHkI,.
\ Ami legion TangleS military ,jumping contests. I in February 1945. At that time I II I'see man's friend leisurely his first year and his last 8-J9 ire, BBT
4' In Fir>t Control. I Bayview Park.SOFTBALL NightsTo By virtue of their sweeping victories in the Olympics and the agreement, providing for 'I ming beside us on all sides. i., Temperatures .
a events in France, Switzerland. and Italy, the Mexicans are heavy I joint: administration of. Berlin I are no denizens of the deep ;.I proved himself capable lliahftt ye.le.day II
1 B.airmail gannet. tomorrow afternoon be announced. favorites to repeat was actually considered to be a compare with the powerful .,; able times. innumer-I I Lowest 1.I bad. BM .. 14

to Wwfcers Field will be I The Nation,.the.World Series of the horse show'world, ViYJ run concession on the part of the very gentle porpoise, a member I,I i They are Mean ._. _. ft
SKATING Russians, for it was nbt believed the dolphin family. One need Normal l T?
Rod t Ranter the' for eight days In Madison Square Garden Nov.' 2 through'fi.} fastest swimmers in the waters .
the against that the western of the fear of sharks when I I I f Precipltattoa
Park. armies no
Bayview Night and have often been clocked: at
Show veterans believe the Mexican team is the greatest southof I Total last 24 ..... M ....
AmericiMi Legion in the first con- FRIDAY allies would get. '.eyond the are nearby. j I eighty miles,per hour. In Nassau
tt and the Bombers will play! 7:30. to 9:00 the border contingent ever to appear in the Garden. J* Rhine before the ,war ended. These mighty mammals 1 I the negroes say"that God created Total this MwMfc 174. ....
the Cfc .' the second I P.lfL The team is headed by Lt Col Humberto Mariles and includes Deficiency th; meiitti It ton.
M in game. t On June 16, 1945 President more than a match for any i I I the and the sun the same
The Ratdera-Letion lame will I I Capt. Ruben Uriza, Lt Victor M. Saucedo Canllo Lt Raul Cam- Truman advised Stalin that and well the sharks know it, I| day.porpoise He placed them both on one Total l this year all .fan.
be a great one. for the Legion ;; TENNISBariew pero Nunez and-.Lt Alberto Valdez Ramos. This same quintet won I American forces would. be pulled they mortally fear the ,side of the ocean to race across. I Excess this year II." tag.

boys have Mined two more play. \ Park. .Afternoons 7 of 14 jumping events at last year's' National__ including the $1,000 back to the zone boundaries pre and never willingly engage i I The porpoise won the race easily; Relative Hemldity,

rn. Tliat will bring the club up ,' and Nights Military Stake and_ the threedaylow f. H I V viously established; but on the in battle They trust man 'I so God turned his tail horizontal"All S.MBaroaMtef a.
I to par with the Red* Raiders. I Daily play. condition thai,the military com and come dashing toward a other fish and mammals of the 'fl''
Batteries will be Mitchell or Joe ; scorechampionship. DOItIS'DUKE DIVORCED manders in'IGermany, reached I I the moment they hear it, and I deep have vertical tails and very I
,CM. Jr.. and .A. A. Cevcdo Lc-I|1 SHUFFLEBOARD Manles,'who''won:the individual toI satisfactory agreements giving I follow it mile after mile; few have the strength of his-and Sea LeveU fcJO ....

hind the plate. J (Bayview Park) event at the; Olympics last road Tail end 'air. access to i I sharks beWare, the none the Speed. I 30.01 I Ina.M4tJ sobs.
Far the Legion will be Bunsy Daily play.SENIOR. summer, believes the French I American forces in Berlin. At i knows his strength, realizes The mother porpoise gives birthto Tomorrow's Alminat
o VMlareal and Henriquez this I team is particularly strong. The the meeting which- followed.! tremendous power of its I her young usually one. and Sunrise *J4 a.M,
game wall start at 130; pm. BASEBALL French presented a powerfulteam i General Clay' asked for a land. bone, and with lightning speed j she nurses it with milk as does a Sunaet._ __ __ $:48 pj..
r of the in corridor under American control.I penetrates the tough hide of i with calf. Should they become Moonrise .. MO .....
Municipal Afternoon events
In the the Bombers I Stadium. in some refused shark I' Moonset .. __ __ _. 9c30 *.
night rap which the Mexicans competedthis I' Qencral Zhukov saying lifting it completely out I separated they will frantically pj
will play the Clowns. This should First Game American- year. that such a corridor would not be the water. No wonder sharks { swim about until they find New Moon __ _,- K0v. 1
be tho game of games, the one Red Raiders.- Legionvs. In the recent Pennsylvania National :necessary since the Russians did ry away when'er they spy a each other; then father mother
the fans hAve been waiting forM at Harrisburg the French hot care what the Americans and.j poise. lie is a gregarious and baby will gleefully play as TIDES
4 after several months and will I Second Game-Atomic Bombers riders and mounts showed they ,r.f British hauled.over the highwaysand : and will eat his weight in i they convert in the sea green wa- (Naval Bat*) ..
{)rave the pleasure of seeing it at vs. Key West Clowns. had retained their form The railroads assigned to them daily. Some grow eight (eet : ters. It's a beautiful sight and a TomorrowEastern .

tow' fttatfeum tomorrow. They SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7- team consists of Lt. Guy LcFront The agreement which the military and weigh five hundred ; j most pleasant experience to I ( Stead**! TNn..
.....1 Ime up something like this: First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. Capt. :Max Fresson, Maj. PierreDC commanders reached seemed but no matter what his length !!I watch.i High Law

'. Bombers American Legion. Maupcou and Capt. Raoul to work satisfactorily as longas weight he is truly man's: one i i They love to follow ships, the I 9:20: ..... 2tft aJ*.
JJ/f t -"'-. If; Second Game Key West Campero. They finished second Zhukov was the Russian commander friend of the deep. If he finds I! faster the better. Any well traveled j 8-57 PJR. 2:M PJH.
ti.Mana, 2b: Clowns vs. Red Raiders. behind the Mexicans but beat in Germany. Apparently floating on the water, sailor can tell you they will i
Joe ........ rf; THFREAFTER Canada. i I i& Ss however, there was a. shift of helpless he will call others to : follow a steamship many miles to j ADDITIONAL TB5E DATA

I tw..ta"" t': Clubs will play in same orderas In Rome the Mexicans won five I power in the communist party aid and several banded sea: swimming beneath the ship !i (Reference 8toHiti; K.f Weal
I ..... Al.Mry, rf.At ; first and second games Italy, Switzerland, Ireland and placed by Sokolovsky; and the the beach, high and dry, so I sometimes from side to side; when I StationTw. (hl awattffB
t Acwedo. *a: Army Barracks. AfternoonTo Austria In Mon atini. trouble started. Soviet representatives you cannot possibly drown. they reach the surface. thev I hta U.( ...
A. LMtfW. Ib.ft ; be announced the Olympic'champions ItalY'1 began to evince the increasing never carry you out to sea, I fully-l k'uptd k-seeming-I I (bridMi Mm 08 ft

Rubber. Svisitiagt p; five events and in Vichy, France I hostility which has developed to a beach. In some ; ly laughing at the slowness of the I I I 1 No Name Key
ht ri p; P. Allen, rf; they took down three of six t into the "Berlin crisis" way known only to nature, had't I vessel. but their love for man is : (east endf S4i 39mI

B. MM***, p; E. Smith 2b; events with Mariles beating the I a\td'the resulting' airlift. invariably know in which so great they hover nearby and ,I Boca Chita
J. Caaa. Sr. P. A. Dean, cf; I I United States record of 2.18 meters Knowing of the tremendous tion is the nearest land. It is follow the ship on its course I (Reidy 1iafMa-ah tIN .
CI Iftai. p; Thomas, p, by jumping %.25 meters. importance of the airlift, Senators canny but nfne-the-lcss true In captivity they become as CaMaa Channat .
Jutom Vi......... aub.Clowns I Curry; sub I Only in Lucerne Switzerland, I Fulbright and Lucas and I sailors all over the world friendly as dogs; learn their!i (north eml) +3h Wtfif 1.4 H.Oa .
J. Ellis, sub to know gladly verify. These creatures and with .
I did the Mexicans fail to win top were naturally anxious names; come swimming : '
L. titidMr. I honors. They won two of eight I how long it' can be effectively ually gray in color have a lightning-speed whenever they ,i NOTE:
Charles Albury has been I maintained At the time we talk- I smooth skin, much like hear Ihem. to intensely i t I
A. McUtocfa 3b; I I events. The United States Army (A* Wircphoto They seem (-)-M MM .*r': Ourrntiaiuto
Atoc. H.Brown. named the oificial umpire of the i iIl team scored in the remainingtests. I I ed to General Clay, there were but not the least bit slimy enjoy the sport of eating fish W Mf. M..f4.Phte .
1 IbO : I league:: Second game will.start at However Uncle Sam will DORIS DUKE, the multi il1 !1184 large American planes and tails move with such from someone's hand and actually t (+)- alb Oette-ll6ae toSubscribe .
Mclntoch: (': 3:30 p.m. I not have a team in the 60th National 1 1'onaire tobacco heiress chats : 55 British planes flying in the movement is difficult to see arise from the waters to kiss beaded
.- ----- ---- amiably with reporters at : lift General Clay assured us the naked eye. those feeding' them. They never
that, with the addition of about The brain of the porpoise bite the hand that feeds them.
The Mexicans look like a Reno. Ncv Wednesday night. I To The Cituea.
ri.L\K! (> KM( (.AKOLIISV( ) cinch. Ever since the Nationalwas after her surprise divorce from II j I sixty planes, the airlift could be about the size of a human ; There are many times when one

resumed in 1946 they have I Porfirio Rubirosa. the Dominican I continued successfully through but his brain is filled with is thoroughly content to lean backin
: the winter. On his trip to the gence and friendliness for comfort in the bow of a ship
dominated the event. They" have ambassador to Argentina. Tour Grocer SELLS That O.o4
for like faithful
i United States last week General a dog he is watch the glorious sunset: and
the horses -Resorte, Nortena
Arete, Jarocho Hatuey and Chi- I They were married a year ago. ; Clay was promised 66 planes. on the alert to aid a feast one's eyes and satisfy one's STAR BRAND
Her first marriage to James H. evidence of person.
huaha and the riders to This additional our soul with natures ever changing,
e with them- over the hazardous obstacles go- I R. Cromwell former U. S. ambassador II intention to maintain the airlift In days of old fishermen ever fascinating wondermentsand -- AMERICAN COFFEE
to Canada also endedin should greatly strengthen the found a porpoise in their to watch the playful antics of and CUBAN
I divorce. I United Nations in its efforts to nets and Jakie Key who the porpoise man's tried and true Try A Pevad Ta -
The effect a peaceful settlement of this to me told how the groans friend of the deep I
Hungarian partridge is native -
+ and I the Berlin situation. this helpless creature, under --- -- --
fpJ4r to central Europe. It was The large popular quaff.1'
ter, him. He
pained would
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imported to this country about family is represented in Amer -AAA..A..AAAAAAAAAAAFOR ------
I That fine game bird, the Wits erately cut and ruin his net in
,. wt 50 years ago, and is an ideal ica by five distinct genera. :;
is often referred to as,.1( attempt to free his friend,
all hi; son snipe
bird secretive in ;
bird because it is able to with is very
f 1
then lift him
I because as quickly as
: shad bird shad spirit
and found in the mountains a or
} stand droughts and severe win- ways is
t ble to the of the
ters. and dejert, as well as southern it is said to appear when ths top water I SALE
rvrw I i and midwest giasslanh.I .. | shad bush blossoms and the fir 1 t I cause these mammals breathe
run of sha4 starts upthe coastal I the same as you and I,
Read The Citizen's Classified .
hole in the top of their
w nr, I Advertisements. I Subscn&v To The Citlzea i : river to spawn. called a "blow-hole" .
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they inhale and exhale '
When porpoises sleep, which t WhiteNEWSPRINT
# -_B-29S SUlt VITAL!FQIl yrS.lEFENSlvTZeio only two hours of the twenty. )

they lie perfectly still on top
and better planes are tnckbna Mo USair defenses the water often with their
R but theB'23 still carry's a heavy... bttrden says Gut.CtorgtXenney. length exposed.
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4y 11 chiefeftht
t -_=.. strategic Sometimes in large gangs ;

__ ajncommand.Clrart6gures- racuda. that dreadful killer,
t RkC < ss **give approximatejjtuzabfrs ed the tiger: of the sea. will

-_ z 1. of planesisoo tack a porpoise who happens 500 Sheets J

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main great aloof.schools Porpoises or herds, travel 8'/2x11.' 25c I It

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0' 4s 4 ters A number of
years ago
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JUSTICE (left), and Hosea Rodgers.the A. Air large porpoise met all A Press
CHARLIE -rHOO CHOO" of North C.ro- steamships, and then guided i
.trro punch on the high riding University .ft: +4++ +ft afcly through breakers and

Ira Wuon one fool tb.11 as Chapel team are HilL seen But in a they brief won't moment look of like repose this Justice on today the I +# aQAU.Dt\1). '. into acted Sydney as pilot harbor and ships'Australia. : CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 1

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NumberiftOOFor.HGanccr : AryA i !!; GIRL SCOUT;: WEEK IS TO '. I BE'OBSERVED '


f ; Y = :: : SUNDAY AT LEY ,


her trn- fourth in series : MEMORIAL M.E. CHURCH@
Jf a |I z '! + s ,
of at1tcla1 un cancer most dreaded -. 1 0 .

nf ail dMHMc*. furnished. The t 3 Speciul; Music Will DP Rendered In.
Key Writ Citizen l>>>y members
I j subject tomorrow al 11 ajn.. The''''the 7S' : te kM Ywwrti Met Christ
t f cf IheJ MWwc Cjmtety; Mensal S.'t S. :Girl .Srrnt Lord'sSriP' I 'I'(' MandU
't j i,jiff lollJJ..f1.lf: ( Lord of ,hosts Is With Us. The 'Rally In the Ha*
ti.i.4yv.Tite. aeries Is presentedby I > r '. $ .be -> -
I "' ( 'j-- t ) the rlturch. There wplione
f TlM gjsy West Citizen as aj II I Young People's& Gruun under I 'I'nf7 11kItt, a
Lt'C.olt swlo bjr
t pwbfcr ArvV to place in the! 1 au''t.. ".. a- ( glllio"tIl J direction of Al.Cantreil, will be&i trio romittin nl UN. U.M **. I
I baii. ,.Nt. readers facts which'I nJ charge of the evening sfervices link Mrs. Wna Alt+erY **4 M*.*.
wil Jjfthla them to protect ate;. ... .REFORMATION : t KllRSERVFJ) AT FIRSTMETHODIST ot 7:30 pm."Curtailing. =Camille l Robinwn.! wolf nisi Me l

th)*... ohow Md their familic ; : CHURCH -TOMORROW REV. Punishment"., will I|iat the piano wolf b* 1lrseerMSFelten.
fnMM a tainfly t killer.Tlwr ; J.
I j'be the subject at the Ham. service : .

arc "Inure than*. 5.000 i t j R., REID.: WILL TALK TONIGHT AT OLD STONF tomorrow at the Christian'''. The Rev. OMF*? iUi.iH -.r.
.4htfeik "ew.Hi fMr eancei Science SociEty."fbtre 'will also' pastor of First Bus rAg1e...i,
i Het ttMrv ar.e only three I L 1 1tt CHURCH;, OTHER NEWS AND NOTES be a meeting at 8 pan, Wednesday will t>rupy. tHe puJfJic.. btMh
tmrt.Mi. >ai u< beating canter which '" .4.4r .i I ervicrs .._..w, fti I.Jft ......
I are arrefited and ajipruvcd by the. \; r r : Girt Scout Week will be recognized by the Ley Memorial At 11 ain. tomorrow serviced ,j jwill.be land! at 7JO pj*. The ...*S
Mutfcral prafe,.M4i: suigery, X- ;. \Jt; Vr .' Methodist Church by special music thai w&til 'be rendered al held in the Poinciaiyi: .Trainiut; wvler ........ ed 1/rL

r ray asid ra.NwM. I, I both services tomorrow, at 10:50 aJn. did at 7:JO piers' Baptist. church Evening worship i 1 Elijah. Sand, wit meet M t few. .

The pfcysKMin may use rare, or ; .J1W-- The Rev Robert W Weaver pastor of! Ley' Memorial will best .7:30. pjn. j' -
i .U itw- .rf hear methods. det -I +.r:. .._.__ : r -- .1'
Worship tomorrow In ]i Subscribe to The a......
... the and locatumof I Church will preach at the morning service otx. "UnselOshnesc
< oiinc typo ,
(IPI) I'hot.riHas.
:i Church of Christ will be at 11 :j
his will
In while the service
MM crvwUi. SiiMie canters re- i Prayer" at evening subject :
spM. >l Lm to radix. tiun. Others toM I RUTH COONEY (left) of Chicago was found seriously injured beside e railroad track j "Goodness.O( God Thiough Prayer* am.Divine.and :at services 7:45 pjn.will be held i j
I .try. Some inquire a
tics .. Mw4f..4L I en rout from Chicago to Atlanta. Ga. But because cf her injuries. she was unable to give the i I I ministered by'the Rer.. John M. P y1oo. pastor oi First Congre, Grace Lutheran Church the pastor Whlta sad Watklagtoa Streets
This i+r hue because there are 1 sheriff a coherent report, although.she mentioned two navel recruits .board the train. Her three- 'i gational Church; he.announced today. the Rev. F. II. Zucker an- j Rev. Melrose S. Avery. railer
I..At. UWMI iaft different tyies ofla.liSiaM year-cli son. Robert. Jr.. continued the trip to Atlanta in custcdy cf a train conductor. Right.: At the morning senrice tomorrow the Rev. Mr. Peyton will. bounced today. i'
drat e which l Lave tlterhMaetericties I' The lids boy is greeted in Atlanta by Miss Virginia Bush sister of his mother. speak) on.."Samson Pushed the House Down". while at the evening ; The Rtv. J. D. Reid pastor ".f SUNDAY saioeL

.-.n the tendencywidely of unt.rNraFld I __ _- __ __ I|I service his subject will be. "A House Divided Against li Itt 'Flemiog. .Methodist church. STARTS AT 1&M XML
grrwth -
W ipetae 1 and" fatal n>nse- BUSES HEAD FOR GARAGE IN NEW YORK CITY STRIKE t i I sell:' There 'Will be;special. music. by the choir. ,. ." will.be, .the principal speaker at Oiurrh Srrtlrr

q eiwtr. If tHey are not treated At the.f1iri,'WeU>odist Oiurch, : 11ano/ .\.\ .,
..*..t-. ant aOvquatety But differ I It ', Eaton and Simoatan Xtteets, Reformation ; Methodist church, i ke+:
t eM tit'trvetmnft Fleming Street TU Lord cf Hottt It WM tVIVopIc
!>_ retynml differently ai. tGrace Lutheran
enl be observed '
Day .
I will occuPY .the pulpit at Toth.. :
H nf either 10:50: .m..the Rev.C; Leon Well. serv 'tomot 'Ow, at 10:50: aJn.
e tpSkUfM*t eMieer- Church 1:" PoM.
t>f> AIr,.soy <*. rwiii'tiAn there Is I I the pastor, wiu have his sermon- and at 7:30: pjn. Youth Fellowship : E *. :
I subject fclt Ss by Grace." Eph. 2:8. 6:30 and ai )hosing, Group|
nwjwCt. ..l "liff.rrfK. lit-tween : will meet at pjn. 1515 PETRONIA STREET
t ta>U.tk. by "high voltage x-ray or I II .IKi Mrs. Paul Herrick md'fass Mar- song service will be held et-1:10" E Under Directiwi .!
\ rafHutiil WiftM be eumpared to I tI jorie Coburn will sing'How Beautiful p. m.,' AL CA TRELL. Leader

the rtf) taken by the Fire Ot--I Upon the Mountains. by F, The Rev. Melrose S. Avery, '
Harker. of First'PresbYtemn Divine Services 7:30. PIONEER CROW
J4 t."era.ut un.'WerHif an : pastor
--- The ChoirAvlll sing '"Oh Rest in: church,. will have as' his sermon: Ia.d r .
I i
Itt..Atil 1\) I I f 1 SdE .., a ,, rt the Mrs.Lord"P. B., Roberts:by F. organist Mendelssohn., wilT E 7:30 p. AI \. 3 JEANIE GARCIA

''' yr play "Andante Con Moto," by Ji F. Il.ZCCKER Vultor Friends and w.Babas
"Sir' 4'f'j I"Ollrls. !/ : Fearis, and 'Offertory in GV by CHURCHof I :! Pastor! A3 Ar. Invited le Our S.r ieM

B. Worrvll. At 730 the
p.m. plS.tor's
(;; .: U'ill{ 'A'iit7'iii --- -
..<.... sermon subject will be Tls It.
R r.a :Too Late?" Mr. and Mrs.-Johnny CHRIST
;; Boys White will t'ing T le Stranger will, First Congregational Chtach Christian Science
t The : Galilee,".by
sing Stranger Ashby and Yon Phister Streets 517-517 WILLIAM STREET.
By BETTY CLARKE .C. H. Norris. 'The Glory of the .
AP Mrwsf*turs Beauty Editor Lord."* by E. Norman, will be the Between, Southard fc n.mLig Society
+ 1,anthem by the choir. John M. Peyton. Pastor
is ODe awe to SUNDAY
r t
I s ta" Mrp. Roberts will Hay '"tonfidence,1' ? Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. of Key Wr lW7
male awe you will snare someweekend t dill Study 10 A.M. '
by F. Mendelssohn, 'and J. Afcher.Sapt. Fta st* for All ELIZABETH: STREET:
date to college, dancer "In Pensive Mood," by Marie Worship . 11 A.M. '11:00 .AM..
;ihte /loll: develop the "sweet !Crosby. Evening MORNING Sunday School. 930 AJ4.
The Sdmol meets at WORSHIP"SAMSON
look. I Sunday Sunday Morning Services
15 P.M.
Worship 7: PUSHED
9:45, The Nursery cares forrrlittle
You dou'l have to be beautiful church THE HOUSE DOWN" At 11 o'ClockSubject
I folks during the
or wen pretty to win a date ((8i Wircchoto. WEDNESDAYBible .; :
hour, so mothers e:1natt; 'nd (Special Mifeic by; the Choir>)>
I II t 7:45 P.M.
with that Clear Study. CURTAILINGPUNISHMENT"
man. BUSES FROM NEW YORK CITY'S STREETS had fcr the garage Tuesday i in the largest transportation church. Rose Mary: FfUon} Will 6:00: PJlU Christian Endeavor "
paikluM eyes and a zest tot I strike Tr to hit there. It was caUed by the CIO Transport'Workers Uniod"in a dispute lead ,the meeting ,of the: Methodist EVERYONE WELCOMEFor 7:30 P.M. :
Lvinq will speak lot them.
| :Youth Fellowship :at: 6:36 Wednesday Eventft"
selves.Younq. over retroactive: wages averaging about $330 per man. All of the bus companies affected in". Information. Phoit t6! I EVENING WORSHIP
men like their putts to are privately owned Vhe city.operated system; stepped up service to handle the 'passengers., p Thal If Rev. i.'q.. ,. pastor of "A HOUSE'DIVIDED "' :Meetings at t .*CUckRd
look *,.,..t Thu means more II In the foreground are drivers who have already put their buses in garage. j J AGAINST ITSELF" a Bees U UM CflNHtti

of a takedown than a make- -_.. -- r Edifice wiU b. ... TikMdanand .
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---- -- Wed. 7:30 punv.: Pr
-- -- TPrtUtFri.
I ; TO. I Fridays from f to t fM.
up.be dean Ol course kin free your of hair bl mUh-i will I I Boy Preacher I j MADGE!; MEREDITH{ HOME FROM 1 JAIL .1 T TraHtj. Prcs&ytGria& irm Poinciana Baptist i .,1: Young Peopte's Night and Thursdays trap X to 4 P.M.

... clothes I .
neatly pressed. But -'
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Proves Popular( j SJqI.smund A: tcrlAc: .Minister -

I : b Morning Worship and Eagle ; I Ley Memorial Alclhodist)( Church

CHATTANOOGA')-A 12- 7t00 o'Clork I I
year-old; Negro, son of a barber 'Sertnon: I f fI "The Church with a Welconw" I II
Sunday School, ft 45 A.M. Corner U DIVISION and GEORGIA! STREETS
shop porter here, is receiving invitations "Can Man Know'.Cod r .I
ta preach from churchesall r (Eider A. Milton. nSJI..y ) ; I' ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor. !
over the country. He is Howard a.am.t ... *. SiM F.M.
Chubb:,. a. student at junior'' Theta IIf... :; .him P." 11:00 o'clock CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.
high school His parents are Mr. Mies Miriam; .
and Mrs. Elijah Chubbs. Evening Wortihip. 6:30: P.M., Training Union I 10 ; h.tiJ'ol'1l1'I
The child preacher has ddiv-: 7tOO 'o'dorkA : O .1.111y ; ) ,

I ered sermons at Knoxville 1' SPECIAL ''PROGRAM Evening: Worship, S riwon: "Unselfishness In Prayer" j
Tenn, Cleveland,. Ohio and In- '4c I Sponsored by th4 8:00 o'Clock i
rib .
dianapolis, Ind. W. W. Taylor i 'i jarv f \ a {!, Women's Missionary. Society fiiSO'J: /., .",." ,mUd Youth fV/fWj/il/
tl tlJ pastor of the Westside Baptist' '
c : Guest Speaker
Church where .the youth is a:; MRS.,JESSIE CLARK Public Cordially Invited 7:30 .P.M., Evening; J Worship
q member, sayshe receive.:* daily V ,
; Sermon: "Goodness of Cod Through PraI ,.."
requests from many cities for! ... _.
the boy to preach. < I -'''':- -- I Wednesday 7:30 P.M.. "Bible Study-

Young Chubbs helps his father j h' Thursday. 7:30: P.M.. "Craft N'J9h''
shine shoes after Gchool.! j :' COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US
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j J t "(. ,iUPL'Sl'IL4R1IbIt.'' ; { A '. :""I-Youth I for Christ Rally

t Tul a aim/lie routinerotittftirt ; By HASTINGS BAKER: ..ax 5 Cots Flaming ud William 8t

fi on ,her. ir
i\ i rml fits a l ovs* sr/mni.' Winston Churchill has an ability '. : e" I TONIGHT, 7i30() O'CLOCK: (:

to express: himself, which will'
I',' Jar goodness saLes don't try make him one.ot the great orators i. k v > # iM ps I- CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 A M.. Classes For All Ages !1 fit
to hide everythinq with a thick of our time. Here is a digest I Ceneral I :FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Merrill Felton
layer: of foundation cream of some of his recent statements"If : (W) Wirephoto : ; Superintendent
powder and mascara. the Soviet government; :;i j I : MorningService\( ; 1OI o'Clock :
Du wad
) dwioi th week whet you can and its military. I Ma Jge Meredith washes dishes and talks with her nie o. Century I : Youth Fellowship 6:30: P.M. i 1 Guest Speaker REV. J. B. REID
1 ftLitkv yourself with cream, ifthe. use outlawed let them re-1 I Ana DeRita. 4. and nephew. Michael. 3, at horns of her parents : Song Service. 7:10: P.M. :
.' slob L leare their in Los Angeles. She released I PASTOR, FLEMING STREET CHURCH
1 you nec At nixht grip on the satellite was on bail pending appeal of
I t...... your face and neck with states of Europe. Let them, re-j i i her conviction on charges of kidnaping and assaulting: her I: E'ninV o "il' 7:30 o'Clock :: I SAXAPHONE SOLO. Tiocy FttiA+.iSd

rream or with. a U-auty lotion. lire to their own country which !: manager. Nick Gianaclis. I 1= REV. REID WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY :: I TRIO Mrs. Leona Collins. MIL Edna Afetry
Tt. MN> elf your tleanser' and wash.tanf is one-sixth of the land surface i _.---- and Mrs. Camilla Robinson
--- ----- --- ---- -- ---- : i
eltf" jwuh oa|I\ water and a of the globe. Let them libt-rate j I,
I C.">ft..>mr>t*.fe.. bnu.h. Apply by their departure, the eleven runs away. Lie down in the SU:1,1 catch on to the fact that Joe I .., ---,- --. -- Rosemary Fe4tsaC
skin fmhnwr. diluted ancient capitals of Eastern Eu- close your eyes, and hold out. a' Kelly, the man who asks tie!
on a jiadMMiMened
nut and i i[I COME imiNG A FIUENU:
with nOd water. Pat rope which they now hold in ; perhaps : questions, !left school after the

tor..kty to help. Mimulate ciiculatiun. -, their claws .Let them cease!I thiN grade. The First Baptist Church .
I -- -- --
to -
oppress, torment and A -
exploit II t town in Texas has two main I i
Yew I the immense pnrts of Germany streets. One is 'This The :!:
may not even need j Way. llev. To
any I and Austria whichare in other is ." I Luring Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
trneeithan, a r**? and water now "ThatVay. ,
I tleaa.n.. But lie your own judgein their hands. Let them cease!!I :{: Spetiff SundayAt '. GEORGE :MrNKILL RAY,, 1'aMorSUNDAY : The FIRSTMETHODIST CHURCH !
the' matter.Wljn t to foment the hideous civil war ;:i "Squint" Sheridan sits in the : Corner of EATON' and SIMONTON i
in China. Above all . let them!1 Sing Sing death house STREETS
"' you fa sway for your : Colored Church
G. LEON WELLS Pastor :
t weekend, park a few simple eosinHte give others the chance to breathe i j'!:, execution. lie is doing a lot of
freely and let them breathe freely talking about his crime but on -
Include feather lightfoumUtiun :': ; The Rev. Sigi&mund" A. SCHOOL 9:45: A.M. !
themselves. I
base No one wants to one question he shut up tight, i .
errs nus a furTwr .
f take anything that belongs to', sa'ingI refuse to answer that Laing. minister cf Trinity Presbyterian IL E. Day, Supt
powder the
on evening If!
{ them away from them." I'question. It might incriminate Church will preach at Siindtiy Services :
the We dance. Be sure to cover I j ?
lOtSO A.M Morning
,!, me. I tax. Worship
your tierk as.well as your face It has been two and mean my income 'morning worship at 7 a.m, tomorrow : 9:45 AJ L. Sunday School, with Class** b lor AM Ages :
with the. foundation and pow. several' years on, "Can Man Know Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10:50: t to( 11:50: : 10:50.11.
der. |1' months since the atom! Some plane pilots are experimenting Morning "eDt'.bl.t 1 I :
: (..1w..e-yeer. lipstick with! care bomb exploded at Bikini yet ; with a new way to get 'God? BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 7:00: P.M:10 S.rm a Subject "WHAT WE BELIEVE (EpIiMUM >1>I .
Some of the ships exposed to it i a plane down fast. It calls for At the evening worship there
A : 6:30 P.M. of Methodist Youth
drbuUMe makeup always i is are still Meeting FeHowtliip :
I .rrahrtatl.i ppi'ied| tet !acliietlte. 4r utnvtit, ii that so it hot is dangerous with radioactivity to be j: putting all*propellers* *in reverse. i j will to be the a special V;omen's program Missionary prcsent'eJ Soieiety. -- ,:: P.M . Evening Worship,' : Leader; : Ruse May Frltun

aboard Without'special protective :: Joe Kelly has been the "quizzer"of i Guest; speaker will'be"Mrs.. : 7:30 lk.M. Earning: \\'oohliiSrmoa :
equipmentMaurice ,j "The Quiz Kids". for eight Jessie Clark. '
Ned I IL >)$.;Etr.w, new president These kids I Theme: TOO LATE
years.I are smait
( so .
QLt'rQftor.a Gamble', Cintirurdt Chevalier has W. esd'f..7SG PJ4- Prayer.and Piaisa Strvkt .
a form- I that
they give most of us grownups i Dr., Leonards Ketler-of; Chlcago :
tin at Derea. Ohio) 44 ula for success. :: "Success is like altuirnl. I an inferiority complex. But f' ; famed: (crimlnolof'- "bdrn- .Ftlday. ;.7.10 P.1L Choir. Practice' : ." SHTial( Invitation Tu Srr. irr Mmr ....
yttrt stet _' : -Try to catch it and it (they aren't smart enough to: EerUc7, CaL, 4e.I"J &... ,



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(. OCTOfeER SO, 1948 THE KEV_ _WEST TIe EI4 .tAN
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A Short History of the Naval NURSE REPORTS:---J;: _. -T.---: -SHE-' WAS #IDI <0 Plfjn, w.TJ {Key fester. t. LeadersOf State Chambers Will Turn l" : .

SttioiiKe West Florida = !%: I 1 Finishes Course In Spotlight On Research, 4t\ OrlamfoAt () }

r' -.-=-- -=-- a i -: .... "' t..,i.
'Radio InstituteWASHINGTON.

fer I :

The Naval Sjatkrn, itey Wed$, founded1 fa 1823 I ln1sn! d 'i'e.etat i.Ike tome.t

World Wit II with 1M yeafs d f blsiofy behind( R. fl has wlfrbesfted ,'Get 3J.( -A.'NGravel. '

the transition1 Irani dll)' to stedfn. Iron tool ((6 oil from P. O. Bd* 16f, fc y West
has: completed :a
localteed pirate hunting fd (hfee-dittiensianat t global wtitlttid.M in practical; :"and theoretical radio
World Wa It Key West prayed to the hilt the role that f ils and television and -has beer

foil Naval Station C ttJltia let !add tit ii fat fnafe ihdfi d cad awatdei d diploma by' the #3-:

tidy (-7THE GftflALTAH Of THE dUlfV' tional Radio<< Institute of Wastt-

!Key< vVW lust teitaJ station: cud depei t we established t fl 4 inton D. C.

hi Ira that afh e rent that Hondo became- (erfitoff 6'< fts He ,finished the prescribed

United aertw. It was tttormrrided by donttnodofe 1 0trfid pars- "\ I course of technical. ,studies- with

kr, who was fewrt fkttdittg (he Mdvy tptiHmtti\\ til. Washing creditable grades. x

ton with' fcMfespttKknc praising slid #te till "(he tiibfaltat, of ''t 1 4lirJnmIlUIlUIlUIIIJllIIUJIIUIlllIUIIIIIIIIIIWII
the t6U1L :"" '-- 'i }';.,
*N,tore! HM mad it the advance -
the U.- !: S. Atlantic having N.C.C.S.
tlt.H 8.
; '
pott from which fu Wtfttli' qt' ii
I etttlvl-yed Federal troop for
and guard our commerce passftfg 1021 Duval Street
to and from the' Mississippi, whileat the relief of Fort Piekens, touched ; f. $',"'tJ" '

the same time its peculiar situation at Key West to replenish het DEFENSE FORCES

and the excellence of i iU bunkers and found the coal bins ;. : :: PROGRAMiftiinijnraaiiflCiimiimiBimiimmiiHianiiiBnni \\ZiiIk /1

harbor, point it out as the most empty. She had to proceed to : ; ;ilt .

certain key to the commerce! of Havana. But by September 3, ., .. < + F
Havana to that of the whole Gulf 186t the Navy Department officially t ;t1tt; >; MONDAY
at Mexico and the ? advised all 'concerned that
returning (VP) Wirephoto 7:30 P.M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY .
trade of Jamaica.* he wtote in tat Key West there are stores of 41!

1123. -And I venture to predict coal water, and munitions of MHS. J.M. "JACKIC": WRIGHT night Supervisor of nurses ia 10:00: A.M.-Bowling, for.'Navy -

that the' first important naVal war.By; Jefferson Hospital at Birmingham. AlaZ lies in hospital aftet Wives at U. S. Sub

contest In which this country!I early 1862,Key West was a telling officers she.was kidnaped by two men Tuesday night Base Bowling Alleys.
thall be engaged will be in the [ base. In 1864 the '
going repair
and was forced to saw up a badly, wounded man in a rural P.M.-Hospital Party (2nd. Y
rteifhbnrhmd of this very machine shop had expanded to a
island"It ,, force of 80 machinists adequateif cabin by the light of.an oil lamp. She is suffering from shocks Tues. ,

was. prophecy almost clair not excessive for the early ----- --- ---- -- --- -- 12.30; P.M.-Hospital Fishing Trip .

voyant. The Commodore's' owri days of steam. Carpenters and r Prior 2.00 F ... tst
pital tents outdoors ready for: Barracks. to completkfli, : P.M.-Navy Wives Club. 9r' .erg
naval engagements consisted of sailmakers"were already here in
mopping-up operationsagainst abundance. A small marine railway :any: emergency overflow.As of No. 67, Marines were housedon 7.00: .M.-J u k e Box Dance, ."

the buccaneering "Brethren of constructed as a civilian en-] a base from which vessels the second floor' -of' Building games; _

the Coast" who were accustomedto f'terprise by Messrs. Browne and could be dispatched on:1 moroent's 21, above the old power1 plant .1:00( P.M., Sewing THURSDAY Machines, : t st

range freely from the West Indies Curry had been available since notice to any critical spot The submarine basin was another Billards, Showers. s

f> the Florida Keys. Foiledby 1853. Operated by horse power, it further south, or to protect Gulf 1918 project though. the FRIDAY

their frequent escapes across,, handled craft up to 500 tons. shipping and the Panama. Canal, outwafer breakwater was not 2:00: P.M.-Pre-natal Class.
shallow waters Commodore Porter With the completed for a year thereafttr. t
-I Key Key West's position was obviousas 9.00; P.M.-Dance, Orchestra.
obtained, among other small- J only open port for general traffic a strategic base for operations It was originally of wood pilihgs SATURDAY
draft ahips an Qld steam ferry,)within the limits 'of the Eastern in southern waters. The and timbers. In 1932 it was finished 2.00: PM.-Boxing Training/' a
boat from New York Gulf the in iU present form a cofferdam -
the SeaGull Blockading Squadron armistice came August 12.: Shortas i SUNDAY

capable, of towing his 20-i f harbor presented a constant it was the war had demonstrated -i type wiih steel sheet 9:30: AJld.-Communion, Break- .
oared barges. It was the first recorded -, 'scene of war-time activity. There two things; ((1) the efficiency pilings. enclosing:; 'a rock and I fast (monthly).
use of a steampropelledcraft were more ships of war here thanat msrl fill. s
of the
Navy, renderedeven e
: P.M.-Picnic (sign up).
for naval purposes by the, any other United States port. more conspicuous by public i 1
U. S. Navy.Success '.I The Squadron averaged 32 ships and Congressional criticism : I From 1932 to the reopening in
led the Commodoreinto during the war years:: the number ed upon the Army's htP-j 1939 only the Naval Radio Station Flowers arrange their reactions -

an overzealous act. When''at onetime reaching:: 40. Block- and, (2) the remained in active commission to light and sunshine ,so 1 z
preeminence -
a few final piratical escapees;:ading ,of. the Confederacy -began of Key West as the coun I the Communications Officer that the movements of the stalk

reached the""protection" Spainat on May:: 1.' 1861 with the Gulf try's southernmost Naval base.. in charge acting! as Officer-in- at every stage are exactly what
tM.poet of Fajardo Porto Squadron; as a single entity. But Nevertheless the .lesson/if war 1 I r Charge of the Naval Station. s tri tl! i its purpose.,

Rico, be and his crews followed I I 6n January 20, 1862 the com- are easily forgotten in. and Sixteen enlisted men attached to
them ashore and brought them mand was divided; Flag Officer Naval Station Key ,West peace slowly the radio station with the Communications In the year 1614 when some I their 32nd annual business confeience I Morgan will speak Tu *day cl tN:jn on Fief-

away under arrest. The Spanish:rD. G. Farragat was placed in sank again into a state of comparative -I I Officer, comprised needy Indian tribes came to the j t in Orlando on Monday and Tuesday. Noyera-r I ida's industrial research plv'j sic< Momy WIll

government quickly protestedthis (command of the Western Squadron somnolence. the entire Naval complement infant Jamestown:: Sir Thomas her 1516. members of the Florida State Chamber !, speak: : Tuesday mcnuntj (.I'j: HJH, I uitufal research

invasion; Commodore Porter, V1a b Officer Mf1f..:an of thoIt' -' > I Senior civilian!: employee' Was!: bale took in repayment thereof"a il of Commerce will hear first hand from ,| progress, and Morton who 11 OUJCI....

drew a court martial and was It' ;' : with headquarters at The first World War Was for 1 I Lee M. Pierce, *a quarterman mortgage of their whole scientists: what research has meant to Florida irg Citrus Mutual will pr side> over TMMtf

sentenced to six months'- suspen- West. The Eastern respon- the Key West Naval Station, a 1 shipfitter, who had !served a s an countries." and what may be expected of programs now evening's banquet

,MO. lie'' 'promptly resigned sibility was the waters from St.Ahdrew's warm-up for World War IL The enlisted man in 1918, but who developing. The conference slogan is "Flor Third raw, let! to njhl- CafamI I Wiltjf L
from the Navy and entered the Bay:: near Pensacola, to I been employed (on the Stab Subscribe To The Citizen.
implements far modern: three-di-, had:: ida, the State Research Built"Pictured Teale, Jacksonville dsatttetBayless ettgiseee; .,..
services of :first, 'the Mexican Cape Canaveral en the Florida:: mensional warfare were: making I tied at intervals since 1908. lIe here (top row left to right) is Florida's : Representative Richard H. 9iyaon.
Navy and later the Turkish NaVy.He east coast, and including Cuba Station math submarines in these waters
of tot
their debut surface forces I W&3 in charge:
; were next Fuller Warten. who and Walter I. CokMtt4
& Teats wfll .
died' in 1843 while and the Bahamas. The mounting (t governor f>er I Hay ,*
serving as augmented by seaplanes l submarines I tenince from 1932 to 1939.! This I I facilitate the development of new
U. S. charge d'affaires Const -, effectiveness of the Key West- blimps. .Thomas A.j I I placid segrrtettt of *peace: in out devices such as the\ ..bathy-th tinopJ.,. based Squadron's work' is Edison came down to Key West''time" endured only until ScpJ I bgraph and sono-buoys and to keting methods recently and who will address i less will report on highway r-...: ... dr

Despite the stress laid byCommodorePertMatid Vealed in a, report by re-I'I to ,develop the depth, charge. I tember 11, 1939; when e Secfe-i take' advantage of the excellent the conference banquet on Tuesday ,evening; j velopment and Simpson will i.fert M it*

.bthers-orx Bailey in, June, 1863. Of 52 v Coa!' was'on the _way tut; ve-j l tart of the Navy closed the basin operating conditions ih this area A. Y. Milam. Jacksonville, the organization's I I workings of the new public school low. Hay

the strategic importance of ,Key sels lE'aving'nh :a since sels were' w"' uttiD(nVtarKey ..to-visiting yachts and"the NaVhlStation (after installation of air-condi: president; the incumbent governor Millard P. is general program chairman.

West little was done about permanent -' of that year td challenge the West for oil, fuel and dieseL!; i ,iQ, n'r'wlld '_ tioning units in the vessels) to Caldwell and United States Senator Spessard < Fourth row. I left to right Dr. RolanJ I.
construction of Naval blockade, 45 were captured and Repair! facilities 'wer limited. 1 '' : provide underwater training of officers L Holland. Governor Caldwell will address I Eutsler. Dr. Clement Donovan W. W. WoHf.

building on the island until, 1856 brought into Key West. A darker A Marine Rallwy"of-- '73O: tortscapacity 1i ,: ;W.t'II' and enlisted personnel for the conference luncheon on Monday, and Senator and Harold Colee. Dts. Eutefor and Donortm

when work was bt'gUh.un 'a buttressedUtck Chaptefiri the"annals of the war was constructed in 1016 I 'Tlia, reopening} of the' Naval I he rapidly expanding submarine Holland will take part in a flood control will speak on business research and to l storehouse and de- isthe story of yellow fever which on the site adjacent to the Nevember 1, 1939 force. The submarines likewise "
: present Station:: on I I discussion on Monday afternoon. research. respectively. Wolff will offer a Mai
pot for naval supplies the cur.net smote Key West and its.snipping Administration .Building. Industrial full.two years-the hours of service .
virulence. It hadbeen preceded by a provided many Second tow left to right-Former Governor for the promotion of the tato'i laditttftaf .ipension.
Of Whitehead and Frontat with .
savage shops including a foundry entry of the United States into I i I for air-submarine: exercises in
Doyle E Carlton; Dr. Ralph E. Morgan; Harbld I Colee U executive lire pte.lde4ai.
Lack of a recurring pestilence
appropriations still standing from- Spanish ;.,, World War ILAs an indicationof 1'''I the area and later provided con- I
Mowry. and James C. Morton. Governor Carlton [ the and will the -
the No scientific organization on yetirV
halted the wntk before the roof through yedrs. J War days in the Commandant's:: :' the strategic importance t timlbus services in connection report :
mind had fastened the will preside over Monday's luncheon Dr. IQdh81alIIAnOnillnllLauiau631.iuUzlulglUlIUIL activities. T .:
was on, and it remained ,unfin- on mos- back ;
yard, and not to be demolished Key West even during this "n U- with pro-submarine developments .
Uhett until the Civil War quito as the real villain behind ----- ---- -- -- - -.r.- -
years. until 1942:1; machine I trality" period, it was reported) at Port Everglades, Flor- ___ _--....--
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When finally completed It waskno.n yellow jack -that was to come .
shop electrical shop, shipfittef'sshop that during June, 1940. 883 merchant i
"Number 1 building during the Spanish Americanwar joiner's shop' and a power : ships passed the island, ida.Iftshote Patrol operated from What's Doing
and Served the Administration though 30 earlier I
Navy -
as years
plant. At the same:: time the first With an estimated avefagb tonnage the Section Base. It consisted of
building until 1132. TheSecretary Commodore Porter discoveredthat Naval Radio Station erected I at the .
was : of 148,000 daily about some twenty odd converted -
of the entered draining ponds and lagoons
Navy on the site, with wooden towers. I twice the average through the yachts and d few fishing smacks' ARMED SERVICES
mitigated Conversionof
into agreement with the Department epidemics.
Key West proved a good 1oc.a'tiotifor Panama Canal.) of the Gloucester type which did
of Commerce on December I IU. Key West to a peace-time status Y.M.C.A.\
"wireless; radio's'Pioneet.= The Natal Station at its reopening Valiant service on patrols and
1832 whereby Building 1 was'' began almost at'once. But due j Jackson Square Whiteheadand
DeForrest did
1' ing 'SQn1e early experimental in 193ST consisted of ap- duty. Buoy patrols:: were
exchanged for the "old post office to the fact that Key West was convoy Southard Streets
work here In 1914 ptrbximately 50 of land in stationed in the mine field area ?
acres '
located coal
a roccoco: structure of red: conveniently as a atnuIaiaun
the v wooden towers were rfe- sac! iurlmsn ItI1lmnnunmmmll'!
the north westerlyside I Smith Shoal, warning shipsof
the the continuedit tegrated on near
brtcfc close lor No. i on south, depot Department I
I placed by the three steel
which had more recently been 'as such. without reference to present of the Island of Kay West. their proximity to mine field MONDAY:
housing the 7th Lighthouse District its' being the depot of suppliesfor masts 320 feet high making'the During the succeeding six years markers Two AMC's were kept ,9.00 P.M.-Juke Box dance. I

quarters. This swap, occurring a squadrdn. Key West settled station one of the most powerful l the Navy acquired nearly 3.200 I busy keeping the main ship channel -I, "Truth or Consequences

where the Naval Station was down to years of peace. in the country. Early jn 1916, the acres of, 1 land! by purchase: andNorthwest; Channel clear i : Quiz Show."
750-ton Marine
Railway was dredging. InMhe" Key of floating mines. TUESDAY:
or ;
on a bare maintenance basis; was I I
to pty dividends to .theNavy:; j ((2)-The) Spanish-American 'War completed.completion The of _same the( .r year.dispensatybuilding safr Sfea? Includihg 360: acres lease'l Coast Guard base at Key West I 7:30 PJII.-Shuffle board sessions -

seven years later where the old That briefest of all American andthe chased outside pi Key f operated from. 1939 throughout I on the patio.

port office could serVe as ,the .wars, the war with Spain in 1898, -adjacent',} trig: use .in the OJeF-the-Keys Water the* war years. Their ships assisted -I I 9:00 P.M. Theatre Group meets. -

Administration Building. No. 91, I afforded, too little time and no chine shop, building Ne. 7.With. LljieV The|tilalonjty; ,"t11 thesenew .i in convoy: and patrol work I WEDNESDAY .
io the bustling days preceding' U. especially compelling teasons for war came the usual, hectt5scenes.Construction cquis tehsibecam i -{1ie"N. and* played their full part in air- 1:00: P.M.-Hospital Fishing trip.:
r <
S. entry into World War .IIv embarking the Key West Naval c r e on.the W 9,' pitched val Air jfcitlon: with its seaplane .t sea rescues. Several Coast Guard 8:00: P.M.-Dancp Class (Begin 1I

-,e' e e;, Station on, any considerable program emergency camps Station base and satellite Meacham amphibian\ planes operated from ners.)
THRE&'W ARS Of physical expansion. I area.1917. Buildings were rushed.. in Field .lighter-than-air activi- I. the Naval Air Station. 9:00: P.1I.I.-"Ye. .Ole CountryParty" ,

(111-Tb. War Btwd the States Wars in the 19th Ceqtury were The titis on Key West and Boca Chica Convoy Control Center was ( l
Contract for the Naval Air
The tory of Key West as a not "total" wars; in any event, i Station'was -inhe'Stitnper# bf Field for land planes on Boca I established in May, 1942. It was .I ginia(Square Reels Danrin). Vir- !, The University of Florida1 Public Administration Cnrinc SOTtoteonsuiunu

center of Nav(il operations in the Sp nish-American War was 1917. It involved a' coosfuerable I Cmea Key. As a' further breakdown i at that time that the German THURSDAY put their heads together .o a recent mm*, forcers to*
1161-65: is largely a Story: of the over in less than four months dredging project Florida I the Naval:) Station consisted I submarine warfare reached its i : Class. gether are (left to right Prof. Kuvey T Detour romiuMBt tccouat*
P.M. Photo
011. 3.00
strategic blockade: of the Confederacy from the date of its declaration. I East Coast Railway dtfnban Of 407.73 acres excluding l 1 peak off the Florida coast. The I lag advisor; Prof. C. H. Donovan public fintnc advisor. Prat dtftert
As the only Confederate Geographically, Key West was : Trumbo Island. 359.32: acres of Aqueduct properly -|I I Nazi undersea raiders torpedoed 9:30: ( P.M.-Dance, Orchestra. Oliver personnel administration advisor; Prof. Loads CHlU&ts pen.a.
port held by Union forces the nation's most important naval -. properties on By but including some G3 acres,I r,49 ships during the month of FRIDAY: nel administration advisor Prof. J. J:. Doven. organ rattan ei load.
1918 a seaplane training center 8:15: P.M.-Movies, Bridge plr-I government advisor: Prof. O. J. Miller general powers JMU* .( ear
Atlantic .
base the entire ] of which limped
throughout the war. Key West'sown of Naval:: ) Low Cost lousingprojects. May 1942, only 10 -
:and: a blimp factory were established I ties.SATURDAY I charter advisor: ; Dr. Arthur J. Waterman director OX racaxcto for tea
strategic importance, so 1 Fleet was based here alone stageof I or were towed to port The
the base included three 'Public Administration Clearing Service.
.. thoroughly grasped by Commodore the conflict-but foil the short and an administration II The Fleet Sonar School was, results of the Gulf Sea Frontier's!,! 8:15 P.M.-Movies.: I I --_- __ _
Porter of of actual hostilities it fulfilled ramps the Naval Station coordinated anti-subma-1 i
a quarter a century space for dirigibles established at Convoy :: .
building, hangar patrol 10.15 P.M.-Second show (same
.. earlier, made it a determining its destiny chiefly as a hydrogen generator plant (then named the Naval Operat-j rine activities were quickly apparent feature I
|) factor in the outcome. TheXastern coaling station and supply depot assorted barracks etc. i ing Base) in December 1940 :after -!! Torpedoings diminished SUNDAY ) I r

Gulf blockading Squad- for munitions and stores. The Na- Forces afloat based at Key I tests begun by U.S.S. Lawrence -. rapidly. The number of successful 9:45 A.M-Java: Club. Be An Early y Bird.
.% based on Key West helped val Station's capacity as a coaling West destroyers converted I in September had ( I 1 attacks dropped from 25 in 2.00: P.M.-Classic Hour. .

I fchtily in the slow strangula- station was considerably enlarged yachts submarines were divided I strated the superiority temon-j June and 19 in July to thire in 9.00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour.
Xn of all Southern Commerce. by the construct ion of new between the Naval Sta- area over New London, August and only one in September Coffee and dough-
MM Eastern Squadron brought I coal sheds, the Navy in 1895 buy Section Base set at i unecticut where under water i -after which there were no
tion and up nuts.
\\ti captured blockade runners: ing for the purpose which hadbeen the foot of a Duval Street; on old : sound instruction had'beeti' giVen 'more in 1942 ,and only four more Let Your "Merry 'Xmas" Startat
Jto Key West for adjudication the home site of the Stephen during the preceding year at during the rest of the war, all in .1
} P. & O. line property, now i l Mountain sheep are cudchevers i
k-ktde runners from London. R. Mallorys father and son known as Porter Docks. A Naval the submarine base. Besides L 1943. It is estimated that more and have four-chambered Sears Order Office

f t >uau. Havana Honduras, and 1 both of whom had represented Magazine was established at the the training and refresher cours than 8.000 merchant ships were I stomachs. Known as the hunter's :
urn 'Charl ton. Mobile. New Florida in the U. S. Senate. It Yefiesher
1 Army's East Martello Tower, es'shakedown' and I routed through Key West duringthe "most coveted prize" it is considered
leans and other points in the' was not until the Spanish war reached by a road built over the training in anti-submarine warfare i three years of the Center's immoral to shoot one for i Select Your SEARS
iithfastern Confederacy. Arms was actually it that the Gifts from
I for more than :
'I intervening salt ponds, negotiable was provided opetation. any reason than to get a fine
J ammunition, all the sinews Navy built a sea-water distilling teams. 1200 ships during the war) the Harbor Entrance Control Post head. II
only by wagon
war that the South so desper- plant with a daily capacity of 15- and established in 1941. Bureauof
its Projects was"
were school through :
| fly needed to import piled 000 gallons of fresh water. Hospital requirements I: Biggest Christmas Book t
up made for the
the Navy's purchase of Experiments Division ma-:: Ships expended Admiral Alan G. Kirk Ambassador
met by
I captured contraband War came in April, 1898, '
on Key school building on United jar contributions in the purchase of necessary equipment Belgium born in Philadelphia {
old to
"Jest wharves along ,with thou- than two months after the battleship an Now Our Order Office
I Display at
on i
tnds : Street, just east of White Streetwhich ment of under water !; develop'I'I including searchlights 60 years ago. '
of bales of cotton, the Maine settled into and
was converted into a Na- vices. A group of telescopes signal equipment
Viuthfc prime medium of ext' I the mud of Havana harbor on
val Hospital. It was disestab- val; personnel and experts in defense I miscellaneous gear including j,00vy000vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv'STRONG PHONES 1S&0 nJKOllUCK 1511
kange. the of I
night February Manyof .
Earl la I lished after the war and leasedto research were constantly messing and other facilities. This I I ARM BRAND COFFEE II I
1M1. at the outbreakwar the Maine's Victims the injured -
until World Wat II at work on inventive and improvement Control Post was in collaboration!
the West and the the city I TRIUMPH
Key Sta- dead were return- MRS
t' resumed jurisdiction projects. with the Army Command at Ft. AMD <6.
on itself was only a small coal- ed to Key West. The Sister, when the Navy established COFFEE I !
Division Taylor.Anti.Submazine
g station and supply, depot, and Superior of Key West's Convent and converted the Submarine was
I Suif .Croup
frith less than the of Immaculate offered the erty into a Commissary in Key West in December! e MILL
compete Maty proP-I'
.assurance of coal that thetigenries convent for a hospital and the I The. present Marine 1940, submarines:: were1 assigned ,I was established in 1945. Its mis- at \:!/ SIMONTON and FLEMING STREETS :
research and
services to is to continue
of the war were to dot services of the nuns as nurses Building 67, was not to the area to provide .I
Ml Crocert
and: Building 66.1 the school. Its secondary mis- development of anti-submarine .
In fact it is recorded The capacity: of the converted until 1918, as was i .... '1.a .
)lit oh* of the first wartime ar- conventwas :500 beds, with hos- then known as the SeC ll4's Si t.I i ihdadal: availability cf Trespcns: aftd: tactics. .a11LLAL1 LAiaLtl ..



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I unlike other diseases*. this ,Se n.hen.the; : about Bus-
:At* rah- from politicians 'Big x
ft CUlliS iolier It.may.be:: .described-as a;.trait-
8'rtyctcci&l( I ble-rousing, self-seeking politician iness.' We recalled the statementof
within 'rather than
HELD IN THEFTS or thebolly" ;
I Over'IfilLDirector an'.invasion from,the1;outside.Itis emergesVfrom his -lair and at- one such sycophant 'You can a tr <
Ky ; :not;caused tya':germ It I tempts to-set'group against groupnddals'llgajnstclassrsaeamtng always make headway .attackingBii k

isnot'' contagious:infectious, ; Business' ,* aria again,, Raise
f j' ; nor, istlt\| directly_ InhCRMed :It;,.revengetiegMr-t( 5foUM ""Big hob with} .the public utilities. !
actually, ;m ?hthe:: tenwyl 'an,1ia.c+'BUsine t.t 1 at15-t4'ecti i refredtin, I That's always popular,*. ; yr
r Main Artiviljc Will neAbout cident -of growth;."' Iqr -cin $r Is to find an editor who can an ilyzeiti >"We tried to imagine! "thaf'p liticjan -
growth very '-rapM aiu- unvntryUel i ,sliuyleJiiiguage.fhe' ( true- rci.tuwv i doing the things.;we had t
Ayprrfornie ,
.- Same srviytlr.of the 'cells" of,. ,;: 1ixtjuan"an4its're-: : ;seen these'rubber-roatedmen: do.
l For Drhc the 'l ')\.. : r it: l Upn.f1.iii> VT,}"OU ;aml'ir in your I:"We lackcrCtliat; imagination. ,First I
It *lw .)'s f *$ii. s .as a smile, f'rf..1ar.iy: *.,. ,. thing Wednesday morning we1
"; During Last I (:latupnipi cxnli?-t :n'wlh. -T single:; '\. OrTOHpbcr 7. Uio'Wcft P-Mm' tqok the\ trouMc to call the Flor j
oM.: ) perhaps: which tucldenly; jfci-.eli"pcr.'t: tcJu-riedt-; :$ 'eitorilthat .irta i 1 'Power- & :Light! Company. We
City Commissioner Louis Car ind for' $6" cffarly: tiefineVl reason! ,' I !tpjote'\ 'rr 4m', a\t'l'p.'I? -Ana tjyon told bfiefly what) vrc'hiJ seen So
baoell WM named city campaign iurns gingiter, "I and,IQ.every American for what? f+
director for the 194J March of Cancer kills in !one:, of.. two th'Uthtfilfcsiictiiion. : : 1:;i "Well we wanted to know the x
Dunes today ,by Jimmie Callo- waysl.'Either 11 1| starvei't "nor-* B\3\ Business !: names of those men. We wanted

ways who heads the Monroe coun mal, health'' cells to ,. death ,bjf "Og 4a t'.. :Tuesdaynight our to* feel that we were privileged
ty-over-oil campaign.: taking away their ;.nourishment'; ; light --went! out. The wind wars ., to know such guys. We saw them j o:
CommuMoner Carboneirc ac- .->r. as it grows larger and,larger; I reported about 40 miics an hour:. in action. We saw them climb t
tribes. will be mainly confined it may crowd vital organs or,vital at. the time. Gusts hit fifty-nine | those poles, tackle those high ten- |
la the Mme type of work he did body passageways:; that, they miles. But above an it was raining -( wires. We heard the wihd
!in the last campaign. At that time ire unable to' perform their hornal 5aitVnS' a' veritable deluge.lion I I| howling saw the rain .lashing
th* cummiisioner spent>> several functions: As 'w: -'peered into the night we ,their bodies on those swaying _.+. Y
hour daily during the March of Added tp those characteristics t -- poles, midst those potent wires.!i t
Dune vulirtinf contributions at is"one/Bother;"factor: ', .a/f actor "We would have given a good i 14rprzm",
Southard and Duval streets via to i which spells the' real' danger": : ( 1 deal to shake them by the hand. 'REPUGLICAN
r PRESIDENTIAL. NOMINEE THOMAS E. DEWCY speaks lo a lytoltf at the rail.
ptiMtc address ytfm. of [cancer.; It is-true that cancer begins but- I.. f."'Cr's I They gave as more than a pridein road station'In'PIttsfield, Mass: Thursday. Ira brought hU campaign Into Ma.Mrfc.M.H. ohe daf I
,lie will Ki as master ceremonies as a I localized-"growth, them, they us infinite
a gave after President Truman''invaded' that I'ata. Great crowds turned out lo bear both candidates
at the free enter- somewhere in'its'development- :
many jt I pride in America and all that, jt '
tainAiect programs( being prepar- generally' iii the:: early, stages-' stands for. They stood so far over along their, routes.;; '

ed' > for: : the street corner rallies, the rapidly .gruwihi cancer cellsbreak l R 7I the politicos,' that they showed usa .-- --.-::: --- -- -..-
thfrt aba..CrboneU'. jiwajfrom- ,the original new and good world by com-
work in the last growth: and ,-move, through the I parison. Trouble mert -: God TODAY IN. .I II STORY. ; strike and sets a new deadline. r i In M44. Hie MMber at ftmt

March. of Dimes coined widespread blood strealWpi .lymphatic sys: bless them all and their deeds. i ,,( 7.merica AngloAmericanSoviet!aM ..... BeL.a ._ i U So rest
recognition when reported tem. to' other parts of.. the ,body [ (Know )
:- "We learned that certain primaries 1763-Country's first Methodist,:in .Moscow ends. i i iIJUS'In desc4s fill GOTVBMI tKk was >,

lica&ferrace oft my Calloway of National at the rigion-Foundation where Once,;in'their they :attach new locations:themselves.they. are had four gone thousand wrong.volt Primaries high- church dedicated in New. York -,', radio address Prei-j I j, 2MM1t; .< ......., 4,519,080 ..r

'for Infantile Paralysis continue to gr w:. .Wheri that I tension wires. In a gale of wind, City dent Truman states industry as' Caiueiaa, II.Mtof. Ptiut'>
workers. in Greenville S. C. happens,it Is 'virtually' impossible : a deluge -of rain these boys had 1838-Morse's co-worker;; Alfred I a whole 'can afford substantial 2.M8M&; Rttaasiaits. 2.SI 1,000. 'f f fIriafc
<6imUar tactics employed by ; (JP,) :Wirepholo to, stop the'disease., That is climbed their poles and subduedthe Vail patents., ,t};ie, dot-and-;1 I wage increases without price in.I' MlljMW: ef Eitglwh I
CarbontU wil be adopted in many I the reason ;early treatment of electrical giant which for the dash alphabet still' called. ,' the creases. 9lT.8fMt: of Sir.... 1 JM.OOO I
cities erf 25,000 or ks throughout' GEORGE FELD (front). .31.: cancer is so necessary. I moment had slipped its harness. Morse Code. 1947-23 nations sign the Geneva Austrian UlMtt.; of Mtxuar.

southeastern region .it was leaves police headquarters in There is still much about cancer Then they drove silently away IWl-Capt George W. Long trade conference pacts. j I 1,998,998.

1", Qrted. I I' New York City after appearingin that is- not known Though I to other troubled spots to reassert and his party of Arctic explorers --- -
;Formation of the special ad- cancer can induced. in labora- man's mastery. Through die from cold and starvation Official records of the proce- :; In its origiiMl unbroken. <1111
vancvd gifts committee will bej; lineup following his, arrest tory.'animals: in.- more than 200 streets they silently drove away. within' a few miles of a Siberiansettlement. edings of meetings were originally melted form, every snowfliKi-
i pplHed within the next few : and being charged with robbing -' different' ways," -the fundamental .--- ,- "We salute these guys and express i, called minutes because they has. lie alrurttve said shape bunt
and active solicitation will cause .. causes ". ,. I recorded in minute in tmita of t Theae. take
dan' songstress Gertrude Nie: ? '.or still are RUSSELL KAY our well earned thanks. 1910 A 34-minute flight. were or on an
ceUDdftway; on or before Nov. not 'clear. Researchers over 1 Theirs is a$ service as constant :as: around the Statue of Liberty small writing and later transcribed : akaoet a..... variation (.f(
I'I U;,CaD way said. Early contri- sen of jewels valued at $25.000.. the nation art;working! night and' Writes About? r "Big Busines:* it is exacting. It takes know-how, New York Harbor; wine Moisant I! _in,_a larger hand.___ t daien.
but1o&a.from the cites wealthier Police said Feld admiUed'.theI day. to learn more, aboutcancer,| it takes skill it takes courage to a $10,000 prize for the 'notable -- -
croup will be sought so that deduction Nlesen theft while being queiticned .- -and': about. normal growth, saw rain blowing along the street do what we saw those boys do. flight l_g011umPIQIl0AlI001001f1101011WApfIl: ARONOVITZ i {
can be. made from their I which: may .furnish the 'clue to oven as surf pounds upon a beach. It came home to us that these fellow 1820( -The Ku Klux Klan 9 9I
I I I!""Income tax reports. in connection with c'c'I' a the abnormal .growth- which is All was darkness."Somewhere a are a nart of 'Big Business'and parades through Jacksonville !

series of New York,apartmentthefts. cancer. -. Bctt r' diagnostic, meth- lightning seemed i we suggest that there is a Fla.-known as the beginning of Ii
ods; refinements/ treatment to be flas ing. It fleetingly illuminated -
Issues Permits I' Bigness about their business the modern-Ku-Klux Klan movement
techniques, areconstantly< bein; an angry universe. Rain I wholly consistent with the American I-I j
I sought blowing horizontally pelted windows I1
DAUGHTER HORN Idea. 1938-Historic Sunday night
For 2 ResidencesTwo t Meanwhile: with ..no more drenched streets lashed :I broadcast by Orson Welles of 1 l 6
I TO VC.NACIO knowledge than.medical and wires.,I I l tL 4
'science through trees
Several of H. G. Wells' "V of the Worlds"which 1
species plant aphidsare ar
i llnqfiELLs: has at the present time from We-lighted lamps and candles. .Itatr srtes
; I one- "
I known "ant The spread terror and hysteria
as ntusloucetsses
cows. -
permits calling for $22,000 1} third to:rone: halt(; of hte patients The intermittent flashing of that i II tt+ t
ants them about and in belief it a true invasion
worth of new construction: were i At 6:50: o'clock this morningin who develop'cancer can be saved, half green lightning we identified I carry protect tj
Issued yesterday by Building Inspector the Monroe County HOSPital, if they receive not lightning, of course."Then I I them, consuming a secre- from Mars.
adequate medical as
Errol V. Sawyer. a' daughter was born to Mr. >.*nd!treatment early. : we'saw another light It 1 tion of'fluid' whit t..theyyield.) t i 1941John: L.., _Lewis. : _calls offAPPElROUTH'S i j
Clara Padron took out a per- Mrs. Ygnacio Carbonell 1009" TODAY?S\J. developed from a saturated blur I-, ; gives the
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rot a 114.000 concrete block South street into a set of headlights.::: It crept ,
residence at 5th street and Fogarty. ;j j f The baby weighed eight pounds.. ANNIVERSARIESKnow through' the bellowing rain ,
avenue, while Roland Avila :1 and 15 ounces. I ( ";;:America),, waves. Soon '.we saw it was a The Store of Fashion' I classics :
took out a permit for an $8,000tram. I 1789-Hirara Bingham, pioneer truck. It- lighted a red signal,
residence" at Von Phister I i I RED CROSS SPEND American-missionary to Hawaii then a searchlight The fingers of I newsilhouette

street:' between Leon and Tropical '1 I| (Continued From Page; One) : in 1820. ',born in Bennington, Vt. the latter began tracing the out' ,
streets. in length from 26 to 32 feetwere 'Died Nov. 11. '1869.1815Elizabeth .. lines. of power poles. We saw The' World's{ !
I 1 purchased by the Red Cross and I'I : 'L. Comstock. men leave this truck, bent almost 6 II I
REPAYING IS I given to Key Westers, deprived Quakerclergyman.., .wprkcr in double against the clutch of the'I
4**.CodUnued From Page: One) 'of' their source of income when l good causes, among: the great wind the pelting of the rain. We'I Greatest IiIi'

'compound is spread to bind the t the gale smashed their own: vesiscls. women of .he-!', generation!, born saw. them disappear among the sue., .
rover to the old surface. i ,in nngland.DicdAug. 31891.; ; : shrubs bent almost to the ground.j!
+fT provide the proper elrTatibn In addition eight' ,dingeys, 131--An: reyJ.;; Downing, < "The "searchlights= flashed. An- E / Walking 3 3I
along the center of streets,:'skiffs and other small 'craft-we/e I Ila (l capetdcner, architect andhorticuHinrisk other truck appeared, groping; '
It .is necessary to use a thickerh1t'f' {bought to replace similar, boats : -the. first great through the maelstrom of the elements Shoe! I .
than ii required on other I destroyed, and nine fishing boats American 'in this field, born'' More men fought their I J I I
%&&* *f the street But thick I I were repaired. Materials 'for,.the Newburgh, NvY.Died' ; July 28, way into invisible places among '
I 4 rr* of asphaltic mixtures cane -[construction of 738 crawfish J.832. > trees..and' buildings and swaying a
!txfc' eonaolidatcd sufficiently| traps were turned over to'.fisherI -, 1857-Gertrude.-. Alh rton. wires In-.a matter of forty min-| .
V> carry the loads and it is men whose tea_<:: were washed, famed author of *more. than 60novdSborn.in' utes. Pour lights returned. Our 'I'III sv
4'ere' necessary to build up the I away: -.' -" : San Francisco' .' refrigerator began humming. Our ROADWAY :: ;
crown in thin layer I Sixty-six local residents: were Died there June If: 1M!} % j radio took up its clatter. Somewhere
;lThis is the first process in"" .hepod! to make repairs on their 1340William( ; Graham Sumner -1 someone was scrccrhinsI : C .
Mbich a paving machine is used ; homes, medical expenses incurr Yale's famed teacher of the I about giving away something. to 3
eoI.Is. merely for the purpose oft I "i bv four persons as a result of ; social sciences'a' trail blazer .infield i somebody. Not to the men we C II III
biting a food foundation for the I the storm were fully covered, born in .Paterson N. J. I bad seen in the streets though. Over a million women have enjoyed the
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and 10 householders were aitiei Died April 12, 1910. "We returned to. the win love.
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rover extending over the entire''' LIq'ial
pavement .width. I in replacing furnishings ruine-l I 1848-(100 years ago) James|The trucks were silently pulling E. honest-to-goodness down-to-earth walking I

.""The covering' material comes by the storm's downpour. M. Smith, engineer designer- away into the lashing wind nndI pleasure of the Roadway. It's miles ahead inC .
largely I from Dredger'Key and I Iconsists Assistance rendered by the Red manufacturer of electric power I I rain. Their.work was done. Well 'I ,. ..
of rock brought up from Cross, here has been in the form plants and patent litigation;; expert ,ione. The men,' in rubber coat, comfort, in smart good looks-with the young lL fI!tti !

the bay bottom. The rock is of outright grants with no :repayment born Newark' ,. Ohio. Died ;glistened in refracted light wiys.j C life of a wedge heeL It's here today-but it III IIIE i'I i
The dread darkness
rrushed and carefully screened. :: expected. Money for the April I, 1927. I j was
was: made available by J by light"-So: the jnen in the rubber hurry in for !
.The remitting sand and small purpose may be gone4omorrow so yours I
size the National American Red Cross At the outset of the U. S. Civil coats 'went elsewhere. These E I 'I 1
rock i
are mixed in exact and about headquarters, and the Key West t War, there were about 100 high men arc 'trouble men' CC '
proportions 10
percentHy chapter's funds were not drawn schools in the nation. Today 'There came to our recollectionthe [III I JU
weight of asphalt is f>dd '
flatulence hear
there are more than 29000. we
upon. -
These materials are all heated +, 'I '

awe, mixed thoroughly. C .: 'I 1'H'I :
"The mixture is transported to
the street In covered trucks and The Makers of L1E'llEW t Present MORE.n UuutjuO.VxjuOifJJUM.. I __ .
placed with the paving machine. l I Ir ..II -
The material from Dredger's CC .. hod's' fi-- ---=-
Hun imriwbf* dyIta,, 1,151.0. ..ff dNC ..IE' -
Key is not of th? same type .
si* to generally' wed in this class
c 4 work Laboratory tests show THE 2-in-l COfllBlllHTlOllSTORMSTOP # : = .
U to be softer than regular! material I
and tests in the laboratory =; rl : I =

!; and on the street show that the r III 1

material abcurtx more asphalt { Yard i Goods( 1Ig
than the normal I mixture. r.r. r5D.I _
t "As a result of these conlif yMy : i!: s e s."s,11 I

Uons the mixtures must be I me SHUTTER We have just received I 1! _
r watch most carefully and P uala4 to obtain the" bt-H n- >it'After I ... Two modern, home necessities in one-both E a new lot : f-i

I the material b placed on I YEAR 'ROUND ".' aft attractive awning and a positive sturdy t of the latest Foil : 1-' !
the>atrec4 it U rolled. a certain s'orn, shutter. C I'i .
.nuuhtWhile It b still hot and PROTECTIONagainst Materials in 11 1 "
Vtf9 .Is r-.rolled after it vcooled. 1 : 1 1IE
The pavement is tbn 5 .. BEAUTIFUL ENAMEL FINISH E :: .v I'LHF: SILK 1
ready fur traffic which normal.ha ; 11
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SUN STORM-STOPS ore "always O IJAILLi: : The
a beneficial effect" f tin. 8160- clean rises y4w dmM yd .
ready for action"-day : I w i |bs -

The first Revnlutinn"r" ,- WIND I RAIN I and night, rain or shine, the E GACAUUIl'4E .; : new approach of f a "front' acfen", skirt, t! A tens If! fet*

party in America is claimed hv year 'round. When a storm .j t= keep the hipline flat yet each releases
and STORMS :7 the i = a p1t1* *t. Arf,
Cdenton.: N. C. October %5. 1774. : approaches pull on Also Materials for :
when ladies of the town. sipping FHA TERMS ft convenient handle, and your ; = all the more succ&ssfy;! because it's pfoportiM fUte 'for

a brew of rasberry leaves pledged modern awning suddenly a t Evening GownsAPPELROUTH'S :IIIj'I= "half-size" figure! Arrowtex G
not to buy>> any tea bearing Caller Write for Full Iniwmatio* becomes a solid ruggedstorm e f. = rayon ot4m m Untnm.

,the odious tax stamp. shutter or window 1 I ..:. =;: Tampico Green Acapuko Wine.Rio Bfee.with IoN Wt 1H 221.
guard. =
There, are several instances on )11I'f ;;
record' jn North Carolina when
voraoous bluefish have driven BLIN'D"CO ninps Jalousies HAS. DEPARTMENT
jrhools of menhaden onAo the t Venetian BlindsTELEPHONE Iii ARONOVITZ
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