The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00239
 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: November 2, 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: UF00048666:00239
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,I i'.Mils. Nt.v :" Communists : ) ONLY 2,536 VOTES CAST i Put Trnman Ahead Some _i'

st.a.- who had stizrd a coal pit .. '. .

,I i in i I.N.-t.nwttMin t.afay h'I..nnI..u before they. ht w're'vie TO 2:30: P. II. TOTAL And Detcey In Others :;

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JACKSONVILLE. Nov. 2.PolitKal received free .
stnk rs dug trench reports :
.1I'oullfl l tin ,>il, put oil in the -. MAY REACH ABOUT 5,000A every state in the Union up to a short time before no** indicated :
tn IH h and r.t thr oil) afiir in an la that a record.breaking vote will be polled la the United States :
.M.nipt to .h?M back the t Wild if rs: the total SI million. .
today. Estimates place at
total 01 2.
536 votes had been cast of the total of 8.220 voters
an.i rahaIwn.. I who had registered in Key West up to 2:30 p.m today biowns Faini in Florida, alwayk one of the first pt'ft'.tz .D iI i

.\ trt-iitht. tai v a* turned over': I' W u i i phuloTHIS The vote of the five the at 2:30 : the comfy to report results, precincts in city were p.m I I _
.L i t mid to hint-k) it against I
II..11... but th. tovrrnnilit/ lII'n'' PICTURE of the U.S.S. Little Rock with a superimposed photograph of 18-year-old Rich First precinct 70/ votes. i .,inurnxMKl and none for Ueucv.A r:

I I. ..1. oj I t.ii. i......1 and advanced ,i ard Ray Covington. has been sent by the u, S. Navy to Richard's mother, Mrs. Clyde Coving Second precinct.. 509 votes. small precinct in New Hwnp' r'\ '

t<.....ml DM' |list I ton. who lives near Castle Hayne. a short distance from Wilmington. N. C. Several weeks ago I Third precinct. 431 voles Another'1'ai 1 I ... i "shire man I IA I.gave Dewey 11 and Tru ::

M: ", IKI i "f" ixfl/ lire with rifles, I Mrs. Covington wrote the New York Times that she was becoming blind. She expressed a dc 'I Fourth precinct. 630 votes. i precinct in North Carolina :
(. .wit.mii i on TaM Seven) tire for of her in and his hm. she before he Fifth precinct 250 votes. i :
I a picture son the navy so might see it returned hcme I. 'Driver Works polled 7 for Truman and mute I She feared her sight would be gone by the tm e he comes back. The navy traced the Little The sixth end seventh precincts at Marathon and Tavernicr Dewey Four years .... the Minnpreceinct :

S1 ()(0,6IHJ( (:!) Suit. I flock to maneuvers near Gibraltar. The ship's photographer produced this picture. bad not been heard from. Probably 400 had been voted at Mara For Truman gave Roosevelt S and .

,i thon and Tavernier. I t ti Dewey 2. :.
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Mini! 'A\ ;nuslIVIlun. 1'uslltonPPr'iitinn I ;;;; ;;6' I;| this evening veteran political observers predicted that the total .\ fourth taxicab driver is tak Dewey: 15 and Truman none

I j vote of the county wou.u hardly reach 5.000. I im voters to the polls today free A precinct in Texas refMirt "
I AlligoodS.i !( Cet; Little; White{ :I| Bo other veteran political followers held that by late Afternoon of cfiarge, provided they cast ;, for Truman* 97 low Dewtv.
36 for Thurmond and none for :
) the county full voting strength would be out and that the their ballots for President Tru i, ,
Sher Wallace. 1
i : .. i I I..+ xliMIOiiO was filed. ini ShouldI i House Ready ForTruman's I vote would likely reach around 6000. ;'1 man.The driver Ross Whitmarsh, ,i Wallace was the first of the :
I 1'n i u,, (".,col" i h<"u. vesleidav b\, It was very quiet in all of the polling places today. There was is candidate for the ptendcncy U>
M. ..ml Mi John A. West. SiI ,'.. Visit I no untoward incidents. all the voters registering their selections and. .his telephone number is9I2. vote thu morning..; He cast his :. I
Any voter to ride
I..i u...i ".-...1. nts now residing in I !! without much conservation. wishing ; ballot at 8 o'clock Norman
to the polls to their closing it : 1 1l
Mi,.n.'n. Heilin) itltonhall Workmen were today beginning up .
against Be It was estimated at noon today i. I 7 clock this evening. may call Thomas, Socialist candidate who .
owner of the A. & B Fish Stopped the job of puttingthe I that between 5000 and 6000 of that number and be accommodated .,has been in MX contests for the :
oiii.It| .iny. aivl J. W. Alligondniatoi Little White House in 11 ho 8220oters registered in were 39i: in the second 312: In presidency voted at 90S.: ; Truman .
"| of an ,HlltMKird motoi, I shape for the expected occupancy 1! Monroe County would probably I the third 251: in the fourth 360 The other three taxicab drivers at II and Dewey at noon

,h"l|) at Sjmonton and GutneMis by President Truman I I I vote in tnt general election by i and in the fifth, 18C who are giving free rides to the I i While the chief i n t e r c. .
at I.. here some time next week. 1 I the time the polls close. at 7 p.m.I 1 i The six and se\cmn precinct-i polls for Truman are William :,, throughout the country w in thepresidential .
West retfivcd a broken Says Dickson Naval Station workers I I I At noon there wen about 1.>00 at Marathon and at Tavernier Camero Ernie Sterling and Fernando : race, yet cungreuitmal :
'IK.uldri, and otter injuiics in an were painting the fence I,[votes cast In the first precinct had not been heard from. It was Stirrup. Their telephone contents also arf evoking much :

,a. ..it'nt in July in Overseas around the President's quar- !([ the number of votes cast at noon (Continued on Page Seven) number of 9195: .{ interest < particularly among! .

I III&hw..y.I ters while others were plant ,t -- -- ____.__ h __ __ __ __---'--- -- !'Democratic and Republican .leaders :
The \ (. that a trucknwiwil lleavhcomlterWanted i\I'IIj r 1 I II shrubs and beautifying the I It seems almost certain that .
1 LysAllalixxt and fiperatcdliv (I grounds. Tux I'ttrl.tny; I.c," I'the Republican wiU maintain t
ri' 'Itun an.I a tar in which the ToMatter j I As u.uaL there was no ;their majority in the house but t
W. i h \v.u :.lavelirg figuied. ina City I Icl.ite Te11tl1erIhireAl comment from Naval Base ; the senatorial rice in WNTU' :
officers: regarding the forth- CITY : conceded
i .11 Us ion OFFICIALS MEET states are by both patties .
/) ; I r coming visit of the President: I to be close. The Democrat t tI
T President has stated that I need to three seats W have
I 7:30 A.M. EST 1 gain
Ellis Bradley a.tvas. r whether, hlrwina T,rose*"the' -la'tie' .
..'it11t4 (iiii1111 s'lllerS' 1 Station- Tenip.1 r PINBRIEFSEVENTY..FIVE and four *-H re- a major i
election he was coming to ity in the senate
'In M Iolilor I! Manta 61. Key West for a rest. State where the conte' U for :
IiesSuddenly) ,
Augusta 62 : the senate are considered to to '

I'&t) $1; 1,250 LHCIIM-! Or Billings .. 39! ,: ,':t.T,I'I'.I.lIT".V.JJj. close are Kentucky. Minnesota.
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i .1'I.t...t Mi. was taken suddenly ill .Minn ,MI To 1 IV.Iillr Birmingham 63 I I MINUTE GATHERING Montana. Oklahoma. West Vi+ :
gifts Wyoming New Mexii ?.
..ul, ) idliied to U. S. Naval HosI Ralph Dickson proprietor of Bismaik 36'; Sen. HollandHere I i ,Tennessee; Illinois Iowa and

1"1..1 I i He was pionounced dead on Boston ,.. __ 36 IlL Colorado
; Chamber: Of Commerce I
Junior a
,11..1, there the Beachctimbcr Jewelry Store, I Highly1Commends
Buffalo ____ 50Chalestoi.
II. a: survived' by the widow, i last" night told city commission n :
cyst. Aniti Rctio Bradley: d ugh- 'that they should charge his com j ._ 60 ; Goes To I ; City Fathers In Letter limited Nations Plo>\'man's Body t t

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I i Mi. Joyce: Bradley: brother, pctitor Paul J. Sher a $1.2oO ped- Chicago
M+"itli! Cradle; :stepfather, John Icrs fee Dickson said that Sher Corpus Christi 53 I Mark TimeThilc' I Ifl'ew'
ll.lli was peddling goods from his i f Denver 11I Dry Tortugas To ]/fn-o". ,laltland Adams Identified Bv i

.n" ral arrangements. which truck, and that a sign on the Paul',I Detroit 52 ) *
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,.. in chart:. tit the Pntchard Sl.er truck read a Stoie at your EI Paw ..f2FL In a short session lasting only one hour and IS minutes City U. S. Votes i York I Police
rum, i i.1 I Home, will be announc- door" which Dickson said was Worth So(; .\ 1 In <:il l> i Commissioners last night handled the business affairs of the city I j : ss

.! 1..UiMi i proof of Sher's peddling. Galveston 63 that had accumulated since their last regular meeting Only two i,I ...., ,.... ,.._1..4 .'rr.., :
of'' Jack ionville 61 Niiula ; 'Due I Hit'k PARIS Nov.. 2 Identification of I Ihf' UvU :
BI..dw! a member Dukson wanted an immediate matters brought dissenting votes. ,i i Delefcdtes to
II."t Lodge of Elk; clarification of the matter from Kansas City 55 Hi' sonir. 'I'inn- The 'omm:5.on, handled the following items of business: I I the United Nations are markingtime found yesterday in New V ik :
the commission Attorney Ignatius i KEY WEST 76 ir I Harbor established> tot '
Resolution authorizing payment ol $803.o9 William A. Fiec today while waiting/ to hear wa \ r

OH( ) rounds( Of write Lester him (advised Lcslera: Dickson written request to- :, Key Los Angeles.West Airport 77 50 \\ii-\ \ i \lu uinu man aft"t! foi \merican SuieU Company. for piemiums.: was ]I' the outcome of the race for thepresidency tcrddy a* being that of IUnr. :
pns..ed.i The' premiums were \\orkrrwns Compensation and in the United States. Plowman. 42. of 613 fciuabt ihstitet
j stating facts in his particular I LOUIsville :iJi u. S. Senator Sotssard L Hoi
for Liability Policies on four trucks and one grader. On the eve of the election the 'I Key West
69 1 Mest
(Iraufihh: SeizedII ca;>e. After receipt of the i Meridian land of Florida was a Key : I
delegates unanimously agreed
written request Lester said he ; Miami nI visitor Sunday and today is returning ;Buy Bond For i If. The identification of the bialy a ,

.11 d Wheels of the Wheels would give Dickson a written Minneapolis .. ..41 from Dry Tortugas :51.040 and Interest r exemption has just recently been I not ta hold another session until was established. by Georgi Navarru. ;
: it was known whether Dewey or,
s ,. opinion on the natter I Memphis 611j where he went in the U.s. Naval I A thousand dollar I I .
I one non- J
( '' -inv .f St.Kk bland approved by the county Truman will be' in the White'I a cousin who live in Ni M
i n ,', .t I 1.,1 i l'. hloscph : The city attorney stated that j. New Oll"ns 67 Boat, the .ig i W'ic-e.. the vessel callable bond of the city of Key Amend BudgetAn I House for four beginningnext YOlk found ''tn.
I years City. Paper* on
i P;;ul Sher had asked him for an New YOlk UI used by President Truman on West was purchased by the commission f
K 1./:1.1: M :nue: coon!* 'onc\- emergency Januarv 20J i
':opinii and! that he had likewise I Norfolk 51 fishing trips while in this vicimtv. from R. E. Crummer & man* body indicated Pbw "...nwoiked
\ 'I7I:i '.1 atent: on a charge of posi : budget was passed last !' No definite action hast: been
,, ,.r.A undersized ci.af if h. I advised 1 Mr. Sher to submit a Oklahoma City 56 Senator Holland was accompa I Co.The meht Majority of the budgetary J I'I'taken by representatives of the I for the Atkinson DinlL:
I written request (Sher had asked Omaha __ 4Pensacola 4 rued bv Mrs Holland. Congress for '..
Kiititt i drove a truck tonmm,, : bond was purchased increases:,. came from transfersthat 'Western Powers to bring up the ing Company of NOT folk. \ ;
Ii, tit 2 TOO |XHim'!. of the (1iwtI : :- Lester whether. ht could operate 70 I i man J. Hardm Peterson of Florida I I$1040 and accrued interest at V% were already in contingent: matter of the Berlin blockade before t It was reported by New Y n,ik i
J his truckun Icr his' existing: <>ceupational : SII and his wife and Captain J. .
I $1273 totalling
i L: I.. r.unJul Maine of amounting to funds. The remaining increases the general assembly of the
that the body bad
: set'nsc.) ; $1 A. Farrell. Jr commanding officer police app is
I Roanoke 131,052.73. The callable city of Key funds. I
tin III were: und'ijized Knighta..i were taken from surplus I United Nations That action how- I
j Cite Attorney Letter ex- St. LouiS 53, of Key West Naval Station West bonds are selling for about These budgetary amendments ; ever. will be taken according to ently been in the water lui I Ii. .
I pUiicd: : to Dick-.on that some 53, and Mrs: Farrell. | Kkntiin 01 i r
A picluninai hearing will be San Antonio i I S900 but the non-callable feature will not mean more city taxes, as statements: by delegates from thei day Plowman was
Mvtnvhuelei: late this afternoon trucks are operated merely to San Francisco: -, 53I ; The senator and CongresaTian I lof the bond brought the forty dollar money came from funds that United States and Great Britain from cards found in his pock" "' .. '
Ul ii.. pi'C Justice Roy llamlinVdams II deliver previous ordered goods. I Seattle 4Tallahgssec Peterson; remained at Dry Tortu-. premium above actual face have already taken in more money .. and by tatoos on the left am ;
Commissioner. Fred J. Darn 61 through; t" -ay. but aro -chedI .
, .. gas value than was anticipated in budgetary Survivors are ha wtfr lIt.r! >, u
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I mentioned that the' $12;>0 hj uteri to hack here this eve I Named
Tampa I I tome Deposit S2003. estimates. The buds WIll Ramsey ucla; a son, Way; a sialei.' VI: ;
: Is Named j tense lee for pc''Hlais was for the Wa.hington: 56; ning Payment of S2 000 to Rica C. be enlarged but taxes will remain Eva Navarro, and two bioilGra .. :
I i purpose of keeping outsiders' Savvver. Clerk Monroe County the same Head >don and William ol, tie.... .
from competing with Locally taxed for deposit with the DrflaTb Parking Lots Hospital citv. :
(Huh: Commodore "
I concerns : FEDERAL JUDGE I'AKESCASE Key marl account in ('OnnedJonI' Now Taxed I
I Commissioner Louis: Carbonell ,r.th municipal street ..f .. .. ..
i : improve Parking lots regardless P"- At a ruling .I the I" ..rl of f
:\ 1\I..i.J .lh' annual t.1 Itt'- i nose and asked his" fellow nun "
I..wllb was on.lel'ed. sition in the lit will now pay a tit: ,tees: of the M mioe Count: MIAMI KEY WEST
I. I I.' K x' Uaeht Club" showdown the' ,
01 brs have on
l to a : Correct Assesments *'
flat fee of :>1Q) and hotel rooms Hospital Finest Ramscv wanarned '
.' ,.. i i. i..j.l i I ,.1 t :1:! p in Noimn : matt r. lie stated: that both Shei UNDER ADVISEMENT) Resolution correcting assessed whether in boarding house lodging chairman of the board: BARGE LINE he
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1111, cntuittrc> has selected the and Dickson are friends of his. valuation ofel't..in personal house. motel hotel will pay Mrs Eva Navairo vice chaff CLYDE.MALLORY DOCKS :
hiI-tog: ,,1i.I t. .if officers' | but that he wanted the mattt property assessed on tax rolls of $2 50 per room occupational: tax. man; Fed MII'r. secretary and I : TELEPHONE 8 I :
M.v..' A. Maillmddams., thi.ished out The' eominissumcI' i llollatiil. M.tv JM.ikr 194 Bakers Kur
| Judge;, was approved At first the ordinance read $iQ tieasuiei and Vincent Ciernita I \ext Barge LeatenMiami. :
-(1., Gen J E Jones, said that if one concern is.' ,,il- I .
"I. corrected read $:mo I
i, ,ill h .,!I the 11 Y was to flat fee for ieh< parking lot regardless -
I licant
10111 .itti i 11 and
i assistant trcaaurcr
'l.'C'l-ebry :- Nor /
.--'nun.afos! <' Capl. Cut. HII ..{lowed to do this then all contents BI''i-illll) i i I oil.iv ; f..t m the> tfederal: Jud'tII atrium! property for year 194B; of size Commissioners' i j ;. Thur. :
I!til..n. teat pimoiluic; J. W.I! will aiso have to be given this. illand took the matter under Allow Homestead Exemption Hunter Harden and Fred Dion ; r

I.. t. o. fleet. c..p..in1:. R Wei Car-bonell:j I ::: ; : 1'11 1 .'rMiurr advisement with the indication Homestead Exemption for year both contended that this amount
I I.' ". "< < .''1".'> and lI'caurcl': : \-kiii. Fur (:itizru-hip. P"irtine to some dc-cu-ion the I 1917 was granted t.. estate ol't[ was excessive nd suceested. ,
.I II- U.1 d\\! M ,.ni Fled J. Mil! .. merchant had complained to him TI"I.1 11 further; Itaunc befort| aftt moon i Vintertri' I I"i : Thus, h"ctea i Mat fee of SI 0 per 1.HConvniiSioncr .

I I..dust-La i --- ilxiut the i .Sher ontlu trucks ied his:The remark' commissioner -. I i!the;'Fetkral U S Jude District John Count W Holland with So k..11(HW": n'k in connection,.11.!! e'e; with a CI r'.I 11 k+i'c !' I :.-: ,::.== _...:..: == said that these parking Hunter lots Harder are ,

U iaa . .urnsTAK5 l b\' jokingly saying.: "I have an ict I f
since they
he' rants ]i also helping the city
of Miami officiating! will be heard "t: tc transaction Tn i Monroe
ream license: and I may desire to County Hospital : II. 1\. Usurp HM/ICM
f Frank Konnek tv-. "" .w' l h.. ktt" nv M H [ arc taking cars off the street Ir. Intiiininnif ;
in I1l! case > !
1 lk.ldle i i ie titam( in the futuit H 11 TaOii J.i fI' 1 Women's AuxiliaryBINGO I! H .nen! stated that taxi driver,
.. nl.nut 11< against" How.ird :\ Tat ill mi ; llitil urn Tit >jfM.'. :
M.r.lI.Htlaod \dams :
: t K.K foi. $: 000)() M! ., r".I.. 'too t' I| p."nly five dollars: and yet 'II'
.. ('lit'1 \ at tf nd mt > ; trill
the floor ana .tate.i: that .nm..n < allotted parking lot on cit \member 2, I ) Ill, he :
Tit htuing began ce.teid.n plnntiff. while the defense ietsC a
If the flan cf 'h' HC'I1 BRING HIM OUT and -- -.- -.-, --- : FRIDAY -. .--.- -..-- -- .. : Street (the oldir :
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Feed Him SteakNATURALLYl November 5 i s

E Fine: Fishing: : Tackle* | | BOARD i I ;1 8:00 o'Clock i i Palace Theater :

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!'i PRICE I TOUK5 !I Hardware DiTUion-Phone 886 TELEPHONE 816 l !' $1.00 i i TONIGHT IS PRIZE NITE "

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-i; Krt; 3Th4 iitizin GOOD TOURIST SEASON I Radio Programs I [ j Your Horoscope .

PtbU.b.4bfl7! KzMpt Banter, by
. L. P. AKTMA*. e.._ ... PvMJIOKMA1 .._ Indications are that Key West will By Th,. Asfociated Preis ,w& TUESDAY. NOVEMBER '
D. AKTMAW.! Baal_ M...._ DadIf ; 2,
, a" From Tb* CK1 BulldlBKCoracr enjoy one of its" best tourist seasons during 1948-Affectionate yet taciturn '
Green* and Ann Street -- Da time SulftmclrY r
1_ 0.1, D lly J wpper la Key We tUonro cud the 1948-49 winter. and possibly sarcastic. perhaps
Se'ected' programs as Lstd beteWar
County Already a good many cars, with out- I breadcast at (lie same (.me N.e. ,. By Wade Miller I perhaps fickle this nature i iI is "
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= dAY through FrdAY. lime us eastern
dtr4 at Key West. Florid a* second clues matter 1 i hard to understand for often
of-state licenses are seen in Key West. slAndud. For central Standard sull.I

MEXDCH OF THK. *OCI\TED >>RE! 9 Every day a few are arriving, and they are I I tract two one hours.hour.; for mountA'n stand.erd i Chapter 19 1'laced shoes. He could see one of. much of the dark red mud ciT ..t.Hp when it is merely playful it
r Tile AiBoclsted. Free I* exclodvely entitled to I appears to be malicious and it
: [ them back and forth his britain and
... "n for reprodactloa of all newe dUpatehea credited SO\IEHOW. the native phrase swinging drew in stepped
l likely to begin coming here in large num- There feel- I the street. may be deceptive. It is capable
'r II or act otherwise credited In thl* paper arid seemed odd the methodically was no into .
o. '.. ike local .... published- hero.t'BSCHIPXIOM bers after Thanksgiving Day. NOV. 1 THROUGH NOV. 9 I on elder man'stongue. ing except: in the hot ends ol hIS j I Kevin looked at him without of attracting friends without :as- .

....... : Walter_ James nodded! fingers *ad inside his skull. From j t recognition. Then she let out a staining any obligation thereby -

.: .iDe Tset __ RATES '11.0 Since the closing of' the last tourist t:Honeymoon In N .T.-nbo without speaking and moved toward the way his body was jumping, I[ short screarrv ..W'ltgr!"' feha r j but is open to attacks of lander
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eli Meeth. 1.00 season structures have been erectedin Ureakian Club-abel the indicated door He could he realized he was being kicked I scrambled out of the car and ran and opposition that;. are decided-
many !* i -
: Barnyard Follles-cbs j
l .r* klontb ITSLOO He remembered Clapp's objection toward him. .
UB* Uonta __ i Key West to accommodate tourists. A 1:3G-Tho Cle. ..elandalre_nbo sense Darmer and Little Steve to a finger in the kidneys and I t "It's turn to drive" he I! ly inimical to fortuneLEGALS
W..k17 _-__-- .--- _________ .25 Bob Pool. Show-mbs coming up behind him. He openedthe
he wanted to laugh. How was it r I
building record was established duringthe 10:00-Fred Waring Show-aba
AD\"ERTI"'G MATES! Music For lot)-cbs door and stepped into the vibrating you laughed now? | said.She was crying.. ""Walter Walter i!P :

.: ...... 1'.0. oa AlpltUoD0 first six months of this year but it is ilT :story: Drama-aba heat of the patio.A A voice murmured, "Enough !" she choked. Til kill them! j *

( -: : : PBC1AL. NOTICB doubtful if the accommodations will be 10.3O The-Hour Godfrey of Serials Hour--cbs obo flash of reflected sunlightbit John." Then he was being dragged Ill kill them!" j I! lTHK' flllC tIT COIHT -OP TUB '

a All readU ..Uce., card .( think roluUon Say It With Music-mb* the of his across grass and over neat rows' He held onto her shoulderwith Kl.l.\ .NTH: .II 11,11 I \&. 1UICIIT' *
\ .- 4 a-:*U ofcltvary sotc4e. poema *t&. Will b. sufficient to meet the demand. 11-00-Ray Kyser Show-abe I corner eye and he of round stones and by low one dirty hand. "Later. Let's OK 'I.onIU' I* *!MOft>iOKOi \-
C for at the rat of 1* cent a line.K 11:45-.Serial. Z% brs.-cbf tw ited. The blade of the knife bushes. For a while it was pleas- go back to town." ': 'u T2. l\ (5<%%'('.."' ,.
tlM. for atertalameat by churches from whlthi Key We.st: is now widely known and u I him I \ 11UtLUPII
I clipped the side of his She into the t
reveiB I I. to be derived art I ceD'. a line.Tfce C ',.,.... [ neck instead ant being suspended in space helped' car I n.\ <;JisWi 'i.i. \\- XI.PS.: *
.. -. ClU... le a. *p*. forum o>a Invltea Alt- construction must continue in high gear to 12:00-Welcome Trayeters-aba : of the back. He threw a then there was beige dust all and tried to wipe seine of the.- I I'Ullltlff
Junk a of ..111.. leave and subjects of local or Kate ,, around him. caked blood off his face. "Doi>'t," 'S. 5iflU1iappse
meet the demand for dwellings Smith HalfHournibs2:30Word. Kit into Luz's soft belt line _
apart- young
ei> 'al latereet but It will not .abll.h aaonymoue he said. 'I I IOKKVLTHVKIKS..
1 .
..i.accfr&iIusS.ii and Music-nbo I and the Mexican: staggered against Walter James cushioned his face Ik-rtntijni.\ -
t. ments and hotel accommodations during Bill Slater at Lunch-mbs His voice was out of contra
the door jamb. < in the dust and stared at' it. It TO: Ir... ''f'r'd1Dt'' Walen.I i

the winter season. But as the demand con- 1:00-1Iuaio 1-'!*Happy Halt CaDK Hour-mbs-nbo Walter James turned to run toward was .adobe-colcc and alive with starter Sobbing.and she rumbled jammed the at the cutaway |I .4iu- .v.:N..rlh rlv llrlln., itcvri.lirive.iaIif.msla.! ; .

2:00-Double I the gate in the high stucco: prancing red devils lie said fumbled L YOI- AUK: HKKKBYDTIFIEn ]
tinues the supply will be stepped-up. Thatis or Nothing-nbo from the curb. He
Breakfast In Hollywood-aba wall but Darmer's foot caught aloud, "This is the alle) in her for cigarette wit.t I., file vuur zfpcaran'in th- ab .T. '
; a law of economics that always works Queen (or a Day-mb. him in the small of the back. He trembling purse fingers.a Somehow be I ; llrd rasse l'.r divorce, vn or oe. i iI
EMBER! J94C 2:3G-Selals for J'j hrs.-ota ivr.' thi'75(0 .lay < ii and it will continue to work in Key West Bride and Uroom-aba I I, fell. rolled over a stubby bush A FTER a long-time he managedto lit it and dragged deeply. I iiatt.i Ibi.. the Sub .iay ..1 n.;!.. 11I
The Hope Chest-mbs and staggered to his feet His balance himself on hIS elbows "I'm sony," he said. "I'm always I I IMT I1JX i
till the city iin a position to accommodate 3:00-Ladies Be Seated abo forearm stopped two of the beefy and his knees. The red like this afterwards.: Im alt I isRtLs ncKS.SrSAWTF.lt.. t tI
Ben Alexander show-nibs man's short jabs. The third blow devils resolved themselves into. i Clerk ,f .r""it Court 0
several thousand tourist than haeyet 3.30 right while its going on but loll Kalhln .
; more :; -The House t'arly-cb. l IS> ( Niiitge 1
got through long that dark. dusty globules of red. He "
right I
Red Beusoa 4>how-mbs aiterwards I get the shakes. I InuJVMR3 ) (Serb.: ,
... come here to spend the winter or a 400-Hint Hunt Quiz-cbs grazed metal knuckles across his spread his fingers among them Kevin's fingers gripped his leg ; : PILAKIANS !
Second honeymoon-abe cheek. The left side of his face and shoved up. The ground spun. above the knee. He could see her 0 S \ .lSllllr 'lax"'r :51.t.
b it.And I .,.
of .
0 IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST part 4:30-W Inner Take All-cbs ". went numb. around and he nearly fell over.His'side .. hand making furraws: in the cloth )Iiaiii.;:N YI..ri.ia..

II : ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN while Key West is developing asa 6:00-Treasury Band-cbs "Little different without a was beginning to ache but he couldn't feel anything. 'n-I 1.-6.n. 5-S,54, '1
I Kiddies Hour (west repeats I hr. gun?" grunted Darmer. The now. in low rhythmic throbs. '*
tourist center so are several places along Uteri-abe and nib j "But they've hurt you, darling .
. i Mexican was He crawled ,and hoped it was. '' '
I coming up again. she said. I c..n't stand to see you I lTHK 'IR"I IT f 01 KT Of THK .
C 1. More Hotels and Apartments. the Keys particularly at :Marathon\ and ;I lie had left his knife in the door- in the right direction. like this. I love. you so, Walter .::1..:\ .:'TJI Jl l>ll'll. CIKCIITl
'I Walter James ducked and His head rammed l" _\\' lust MM way.
t something I I can't stand to hurt""I'm
- ._ ;. T. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Taxernier. Those:\ places have been grow- NETWORK ptOGRAMS pistoned both fists against Darmer's .. and he felt it. Adobe. Was every- not so see bad you off," Walter t>Kltl.: OK .'I.UIIIU'U..'"

P I. Airports-Land and Sea. ing steadily the last eight years and improvements I I Tme is eastern slindArd. For ten. I heart. The beefy American I thing adobe in this damn town* James insisted. They wont lik s ('cse New ll- MteX

; 4. Consolidation of County andS tral standard subtract .ne hou,. for gasped. In the pause. the slight He put his shoulder against the me at the border, but I'm still m I Laura rolho K-ilh' S.
there are being continued on a m.unta" Standard Subtract two detective broke and whirled. i-iainnrr.; '
The and
City Governments. hours. Some Iea5 Stations change I rough surface forced his bodyup I fair shape. lie ran cautious fingertips v"IU'OIU' j j.rn..n
L 5. Community Auditodum.t large scale. The time will come within the hour of r.'A1'' to fit local hedu'eh' narrow edge of his hand sliced[ ._ over himself. "Let's see \"".. \"..n I'.Jth K.A1TIAYiftt
U .... Last m.nute program changes can. into Little Steve's throat and the I It was pleasant up here with- Three cuts in the head. Most of f IHrtVndaatOHIIF
next decade when the Florida Keys will be nol be .ncluded. I Mexican sank to his knees. out the dust. His nostrils began to I! them are above the hairline so I I :II OK pt HI.II"4TIO* ;

t among the leading winter resorts in Flori- I The metal knucks pounded I Imercilessly clear. Looking back to see how I they won't show much. ThuI .: TO: L>", \'...r..n"n" ILatB.
: against his head. lie I far he had come, he saw the patio cheek's t
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 I a little beat up. And I'M I :, P. o. lx Hfcl
: da. I drove a pointed toe into Darmer's gate a yard away; he had crawledin I need some tape on these rbs." >: nflas. Minn f io
: MONOGRAPH(: While tourihts to I Iv.shsg 1 Kneecap, but he couldn't move his I a short semicircle into the wait He put his hand under his coat Vou are lMfrrl t -fUirrd te *. >
many come Florida (:00 NcoStat-News Report K ilia.-nbaNutKurit aims ohis head fast enough to I Walter' James felt for a cigarette : -I and felt his back.: "I'll be glad !I pear to to-. Still! of omplaial: lot
Cvery Day-cb ..
$ and You : ili\ .r.la the abut.st'.Ird| aiinj
To You entertainment ;
seeking others make avoid the blunt metal -
many Silent flour-abe-ea..t rings.al but the pack was empty- when my spine comes to life." He I ..n thr lai ..f \..crniar. A. I*
Kiddies; Hour (peat-abc-.U' I 1 I ter James felt himself sinking; the He said, "Hell'!" and threw it pulled oat his hand I .;.:: the 1 1I
i is in it 4H. i9w allncatmMth.r
when the the ; was -
ThU I is the day \oter trip to the state with rest and recreation a
:Network: !Silent ((1 I hr )-mbs-east i had inside his head I I .. 1 1I
Kiddles; Hour ( i I sun gotten down. Probably walkingvouldn.t; I snub-barreled pistol. I in will lx Mkrn a* lonfemirel.This .

( King. Long live the King for >q long as in mind. And the Florida Keys offer I:1!>-Sport*. Muiic t'I.U-mb..e"t Tim_oba i somehow: and was trying to burnit. I | be so bad now. lie st-11 couldn't: I "You had a gun?" Kevin sail .. order t<> l I-.... .pulill. d..onr. <
a v for (our .nuti rk
live those essentials that Talk on Science-cbs .-, way out. Blood was blight on I feel his legs and that night make "Why didn you 0.::3 it?" I The KVtvt .*
he liven IW long will Freedom : in a degree is not comparable in titizen. a a wii?
i iiia blue l
h 1:4X..ast! by Three-nbe powder lapels I it easy. He con.>idel'ed. "I guess I would I paper iwblixlrol In K.:xV>1. KUrtua >
L : THE ORACLE in any other part of the South Lowell Thomas (repeat ll)-ct: lit luv lown. It was the easiest It did. He stopped at the end I have if tney'd leaily gotten i, I
7.00-Supper Club-nbC-basic I way and the grass was cool!. I of the alley and straigat':."ncd hutoat : icugh."' l lo.n.- end ....d..r.. d _. when climate is taken into consideration.A The lkulah.itcbs ..f I o-t.ber. .,. I'. i'i"_
palmer It
News and Commeutary-abo woo weal mg heavy. high- \ was impossible to bust I j (T<> be continued) iiis.s i 5ygg

? good touri.st:; season evidently i is in button Lea is. J r.-nibs i I _.-- - --- --- HJ.U..t.: rk f>.r.h <.Ir..ult Court.M.nnw ., 1I
?: -Xews. and Comment-nba i"..mil*. Florida. 2
THE NEW VICE PRESIDENTI tore for the Florida Keys. Jack smith ihoft ctI I I I') Sod) .Anne f I.nffwwtk: ,
'aily Commentary-abo I 1..1'. Clerks
Dinner Datemb.7:30Smoothie. i !, j I TlloMs: S .- \HMil .
: Trio:: -nba !I l lIf [ I Sh.. nor for I >t men pho become Vice: President Democracy, like religion suffers most Bob Ciosby Club-cbs: i i I''I "S' 1O-: '."..v 2-2,1C4S
ilusic i l! Uxin' Time abo j J.
I from its careless friends not from enemies. '! ,
bre content with the luxury of the office- News Comment-n bs .
l> THK: ( Illl Ol HT OF ti5ii.io *
7:45-X.. Comment-nbaNews \ -> '4":.. ,I ; ii-lo 'lr'I: I ti. < IIUI rf., -
iiii of Menographers RroadcastcbsSports : ,
answer ,
J group Couiuient-Bibs { ''' 01TIIK oTtli: 01U.Hlllt.IN .
SOVIET SLAVE LABOR CAMPSIt : %\ll I'.H oIuicosluoITt: .'
tll every important party or banquet t: -Election schedules until Mgir. .nfl II l lNot9 I I C U '" iiuo.: .
| : rtcgular programs i. iacelled -
f I 4o4. li-did.
)-all network* .
I : hi Washington. is \\ .\I.TI-lt: 11.\1.' "i.n: cx.I. .
generally known that Soviet Russia I l'laln"rr.! '.

a In the cage! ttf Earl Warren, of Cali- after the war took thousands of Ger- !!! : v PIIOH< B. i
gIIlWtIUliiuIllhIIIII1itn1tfIIIIilflflE11IIUIItHhiIHiI ,. tlIK' Nht: I 555. 11.\LLKMASitrf. '-

[ : 0 h (iI-Niil he likely would be "promoted") to man prisoners of war and a large number Whats Doingat I ; OK..ii.Unt PI HIH'tTloO' I IOHIII.lt '

a I I.*M.. power and a vmaller salary as: the of Japanese soldiers into captivity for the T.. Kl"ir Nru>lrk IUI<..,......, ''
at i.l ISIS .Mr.i i.X K. '
Viie President' than he wa.t led to expect purpose of securing free labor. I tVizbiseuun.: l 5'. C; z
I ARMED SERVICES \ ..ii ..r.. h..r-l.y ttturr4 I.
when) nominated. l Hut it i i.. in the card thatthf .. tJ
a Recently the British delegate to the !I." ir t" ih- 11,11"1 I i .molaiat
I 0 Y. I.C.A. I I..% 'r." .' in lh..- ..l..x..tvr4\ r.
next Vice President of the United United Nations General Assembly charged Jackson Square. Whitehead 'i--i- I.... .... _"'h.5." ..1 V..>4>l-
:: I ,.or \ l I' l 154%. ..,Ia..,,, 5'5.. a...-
State will be promoted to the President'sCabinet and Southard I
that Streets
Russia has today betxx een 5,000- k..ii...nh..r..IA mil l I.. .ekes aa
,, .
S and will have administrative I 000( and .iIlllIUIUlaIlIIllUI/UIIIIWlIIUUUIIIIIIUIIJI/ .1,1. \.1 .
6,000,000 persons inast slave Thi,> Order i i's |.. I.. puMi..k'4
a duties that will keep him before the pubii.t MONDAY: ..11 .. a .....-k for four ......_.-.il 1..
i where they are treated like ..
camps .
I Ii I' "a' I l.* In Th. KV. -S l i ilt SiebI.air
: Our former Vice Presidents haesat on animal 9.00 P.M.-Juke Lox oance f I 11'r -- ) pnl.li..li..-.l in 50W.. ..t.
T rut h or Consequences U..nr..x Counts. Fl..rl.U

It the ix-nate rostrum and .presided over the The Russians, in their reply, called QUIZ Show' t .. .'Ih.n.. 4.1.1 <.mkr. .l .iiii2.ih. : dar
C FTIFP.J51 iic t..Inr b 5 I. 1":0 '- .
: "' ....t iRtr.. the charge -hametul TUESDAY: & ft2 : ''-' t I' I:' o\S .' \w"...:....
a fraud" on the .'1.,10 ..f ii.-. .',1" ...t .....M.I .
; Senator lUrkloy seems never to have Soviet Union and insisted that those in 7 30 P.M.-Shuffle board ses '! TLOO' .f-cf I \iocsr.- u..ui' i .....1'....._
sicris on the patio. i j Ii., ....,hi... 'i '..iiag'.
C i
I C'ftW"tecod on Mich plums: a* were dangled] corrective: labor establishments":; worked 9:00: PM.-Thcatie Group meets. j .- Ilc) S lt-4 [ i 10-4 a 11-4.' t1 I. .1 \" 1I \'. I 1"1..1'| I"L. .41oRTKH

Q ln4eore'! the Republican: candidate for the only eight hours a day, had health and recreation WEDNESDAY, L.IQ -l''ii."sf..r I'ljlniili'

\'. P. Itarkley hall long been great in his facilities and are paid UI to sixty 1 1:00: P.M.-Hospital Fishing trip. I I. I :"::. 21:1G. I ..-tbn--S I 't. It.1-.....

I : ...v.'R right aii he I M one of the strongest rubles a month. 8:00:, P.M.-Dance Class ,Btginners I I" TI": u ... ,T, .55 IH.-OO u ci II?.
I .) t MAIO I' 'o t It lusK tint ilslo: ml ntn.I .
KI mc.t |M>pular Senate leaders that was The Russians: however did not makea 9.00 P.M.-"Ye Ole Country I IParty" ; I ',-1..111... ... I" PRU"'T'

I tr l rfHlut"t"t1 l \Ir the Democratic partv.lite statement as to the number of people I a Tog.GUF1 I .i:l I-IIII.IP Krta'f: _\ it II.:-' 'N.
I I .... .
(Square Danon', Virginia I .1
I .Malty tu hu part is $o great that he maintained in the slave labor camps. Nor Reels). | .g 11.20'.0. xomiiriM; TH"\ IUKI
.. I 150 'I. POSI-Is INSI:.
)** $et trailed} along \\ ith Mr.I Truman. did the General Assembly, or speaker THURSDAY: X..... .. h..r..t., L.'"ii I I.. an
I any I 3 00 P.M. I 'u I i.i I II "' '' ....... .1'.. ...., ,......550
far : -Photo Class. '. ,, ....
-o as we know, propose) that the United I \\ 5.n.i' :..In-'I.; iri' .f 'hr
WIIATS ALL I I 9:30 P.M,-Djnce. Oitlieslra. :: I thin ..r ,....iIil'd.,. .. ........
ABOUT? Nations request adequate information 0 : .1 I h.!-. f.U.I u Ilk th. .II..ii..rjl.l,. fla'
(I. :, FRIDAY: I : m..... R I...rd. .-..."" .lud.. in as4
from the Russians as to the number of 8:15 PM,-Movies, Bridge Par V'- .... r'r1.: .ir'- ....unM FI..d.1. her
.' I 1' ..... ,... .....
&r werku. and weeks politics have till ties. I Final Kfftrt lia- .1. i>. *-
retained in labor
persons camps or .. :'C:1.-: : OilS for her .Iim.ks.". Jv h 54ministrstri'i. -
: rujriil with dUpute< as to whether the SATURDAY: ; _
suggest that an international commissionbe 8.15 PM.-Movies. .. INtrO ihi.. I.lb J.> ..f ." n.l..-r,
fWfMlMicaRtil or Democrats) will control the .\. I'. 1Of...
allowed -- I
i to visit the camps in order to 10:15: PM.-Second show (same 9MI .nl'"x.II..S.: S.

cJ Mvxt: Senate. The Republican: : have been see the conditions under which these feature). AP Newsfeatures SECOND TLOOP.a .te a.izassisiirairsi ..I Sb' .i4l'. ., "tI
i people ---- \ .... ... *
l-hlllp \\il-u
I *re aKl the Iemot.raU) ui SUNDAY: ;CONOMY: and I I '
have >hed that to work. luxury are I W f I KRt IIMtltl
are compelled
C 9:45 A.M.-Java Club. .bIrn.-n .. _
r. \dinn-i
: rjinxo.
tfc., ".re urt'r. You. reader have likely 2:00 P.M.-Classic Hour. :ombined in this two-story c .., _>C n-.v J .1'1'1.'

tart the answer before now. 9:00: P.M.-Fellowship Hour. alan 3035-A by Rudolph A. I .
Snappy remarks are often senseless via tern architect. 93-04 161st ( MtlKK in I .1I.III1..H
J Itat kt me tell you that a great many utterances. I Coffee and dough St. Jamaica 2, N. Y. The house ,5: Il. C l Si.I.P-.I.t.- \. *... II* I IJl ( >
nuts. i \ Till: r s.i HT 1I assios: \
: : Iel4oeocratk Senator cast their votes for without porch and garage covers a4eL1 1J4 sH'-4 IH.':, MIMI: 4 ..I\T'.

tit* Kei>ut.rican majority in the recent C'onVrvwi 'NO THREAT." SAYS WALLACE lUiiiuimiiiimuuuiuuuuiuiuuiumaumuiHuiiuikN.C.C.S. an area of only about 818 c In t-IOHIIIt.,. I KMatv |.\.f fllwllTt_

C a..d-th.| square feet. and with a full :MurvVilluni.. -n.i-li.. Ii.sisIt..n JI">
vote of (hose I .
Democrats ..
: *
deertril basement it contains 24.503 I I I llaiuilt. jiid .il-.. -....... mi. ..n....na
a VM Mr. Truman overrode two of "There i is absolutely no threat to our I cubic feet. This two-story compactness M.irV s ....ji....t.... .... .j....,
c. tii wf the National T.. Ml < r..dit'.r. ind !1. r _..n. lIaY'
Labor RelationsAft. security at the present time, declared 1021 Duval Street allows for three bed- ..ili aim..r! I', ,,,.,....1I \"..'"".

Candidate Wallace in DEFENSE) : FORCES I rooms and two baths with a I 5.ii.l :;:'t :
Henry a speech I toe .. h ..r ,.... ..r.' 0.-I. i.SstOifted
Seiutftr. arc nut tied hand and foot delivered spare bedroom and lavatory on lL0'sIl4' _.1! require 5.. l'rrnt ..553Iaims
a to in Minneapolis.If PROCK V Iuiuuuiuumuuiuiiuiiuiujiuiiuiimiuiiiiuiiuuitu' .' ..r ..imjn.lIn.. h t-u. -r
tbr. f part).. mml it u prrft-ctly if,' to by ..securit}.." Mr. Wallace meant I the first floor. The architect -.i-.1-r.i--T &. ..ilhTf.. x.u nu" .MXKaiMl th" *
( suggests an exterior of fieldstone mtale >tt Mmrf William Smith Hamilton
........) that th.. Taft-Hartley Labor Law I avtual invasion of the United States we MONDAY I with a roof of asphalt :\UrW. aim'iMuini:. -.ro'l. .tln.rkn.m'I..n. and.... n .il"a.I *

WUSre4iaIe i in effect.MAKING are inclined to agree with him. If, on the 7.30 P.M.-Spanish Class.TUESDAY | shingles.POLAND. I I IUimilt".m..U....n.... d Itn.-.vad.wis. a-. U"-UarW".1abS-

other hand. the I I"..UMto tb.* 4"..untJudic* .*fM
of the -United
security _____ __ ___ .
10:00 AM. u __.- -- "nr<..- ....nl'. KL.ri.U, at hm
IT A "BUSINESS" States depends upon maintaining a balance -Bowling. for ravy'I' --- '.rn... la tlM- '.t.urt. Sun. ..f cabS;
Wives. at U. S. Sub!I )-<....1) ji K*) Wr-t H..ri.U mith.
I between totalitarian communism and Baae Bowling Alleys, i NOW DRAFTING 1IV\\S) 1UKTI1DAYSKnow in tight ulHfUr. m->nth. .. from fhIssue >-
i ..( jtlon ..r IkfirM .ul.li.
Sedirtary of State Marshall accordfeff the freedom-loving nations of the (earth 7:30: P.M.-.Hospital Party ((2nd ( America) I !. .. .;a'h. lain >.r -man.l. .UiullIM
\. Tuts) I in KntiRB. ..n.l -lull .5.0ple' .. thr
a wwnpajH-r' reporter. received a there seems to be some threat.As Di. Harlow Shaple, famed ..f reeid.n'.ii'I 5..5 ...ffuiriddrri.

l..i .fmf. ..reM4e i of the Greek WEDNESDAY I YOUTHS 16 TO 18 director of Harvard's Ob&ervatoiv I .* ..f tkv < I.......m. and chatS
Government V.
t a matter of fact the armed 12:30 P,M.-Hospital Fishing Trip born br -.....'rm to tth.. 1 Jlrnant j..-nl
] K. in NashviUe Mo., 63 .......... ,. .
MM farming operation on hi 2:00: PM.-Navy Wives \ .r hl ami an' .m h Ijlmor
recent strength of Soviet Russia i is Club.
s>o great that I I years ago drmand Si,. -. nl'dhall I I."
Vfcft to Greece'! I the Communist 7:00: P.M.--Juke Box Dance, WARSAW regime could easily takeover r rapIdly mvbilum. her full I Games rcstr-
Tk impmtuon "'a* that the II, I of Georgia burn Winder, Ga., .\H adtnmixtrai'.r, ..C ih.K..talilar ..(
Greek minimum
a of 16 hours of
Europe. Mr. Winston Churchill suggests THURSDAY coir of youthful manpower for military 51 years > Walliam n.nh. hlisnIi..nalu

GwvcrMMrat' lao making a businesa" of the that only the'po-ssesskm; of the atomic 1:00: P.M.-Sew ing Machines, I IL mihtary r training and work on national -I I regular training militia monthly.and Induction Polish by !I Martin ago.W. Aldrich of New !I William, aumKtim H.iinlt.' .n.tn.b, :i'..1 l n al.:.. Ian nir-

( ..... threat. Billards. Showers. 1 L reconstruction projects army York ,
bomb by the United States City. chairman of the Chase tim.' .kn-un. i- V! t W s II.| n
Wb prevents such FRIDAY An order jut; issued calls for officers is based principally upon ,I National Bank. I I II.l.... d. .5'--l I
ran blame the Greeks? If they aggression. 2:00: PJ.I. .-Pre-natal Class. I the t conscription of all youths aged I j I infantry warfare. I try's great bankers among, the born(gun I.I I ", .\ : "1 1... 1 '1-

a.. ... a prypajramla line and get addiHrVpli Il the Soviet Union possessed this 9:00: P.M.-Dance. Orchestra. 1 16 1 to 13. These youths. with several I I Ehstments are expected to top ,; Providence. R I.. 63 years ago in I I vTvvmvyyTvyvvyTyyyTTtSTRONG

tMMl aaj weapon from the bomb and if the leaders I SATURDAY hundred thousand already 11.500,000 by the end of January j Martin Flavin of Monteiev i ARM BRAND COFTEZ
of the
Kremlin 2 00 PM. The
t'lIked State I : -Boxing Training.SUNDAY enrolled will scr\e in the Qrgan-I youth organization i& to bt Cal playwright and novehbt. I
undoubtedly doA could occupy and control all Europe i ization known as "In to I I gradually expanded to 5.000.000 I born in San Francisco. C3 TRIUMPH
_. would the security of the United States 9:30: AM.-Communion Breakfast 1 Poland"* Girls from Iti to 21 are to be recruited 3"0 I COFFEE -

t. making buxinew" (monthly). They ire assigned: i to the building in 1949. { Thomas Kennedy Wolf Hazili
a Of be -
threatened? In our opinon it would. 1:00 P.M. P1Cnic MILL
(sign up). i of highways, railway lines ton. Pa. and
.....,O A th* Grvckii are not I Apparently, in Mr. Wallace' bridges communicaUoos Robert F. i- V/ashington. D. a'
opinion it l system Black president of i United Mme Workers

..1....- ill tho) 'uicia.i"I I would not be threatened. The Biblical> name for Egypt and housing- White Motors,,. .jO-wtaOd. bflHiilanistitrg "I bum af Lansford Pa .01 >..;C"I,it till GrocerPAGE
is Miuaiin
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Information the Advertisers

TTPBA Psymeat for caime d ad rtUe-
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meats Is invariably ia advance but
I will b. Inserted In The Cltlrrn a. Founts may hays their advertlPI **-
a the rate of Se a word for each ..nmeol.. chargeddsection. -
tut'tbe minimum char. for BLI.-''I'1I1' OR.IH.I
the flr"t tS words or lees is 10. To Incur publication. ...>p) mart
The ratc for blurkfar In- I* 8v .rd. and the minimum chare for in the moraine of Ife* da*
the fltat IS word is (3s. of publication.All

advertldnv I. accepted under the following condition: In theresponsible
event c f error In advertisttts tranaleon or .n..l. The Cltisep will be
onlv for the first Insertion in (,....U... 'dv.rrl.t... and laIM
la? %d,ertlhiK for only the actual amount of spare ocrunir by tni
part or tll. adeertiseraeni wboor. the error occurs.FOR .
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Gray marine engines and service.

Waterfront home, landscaped Jot C. R. Smith opposite Firestone
: .t" 50 x 100. furnished. two bedrooms I Station. Marathonnuvllmo

0 .;",, ._ two baths electric

kitchen. Bargain for quick White enamel $2 .5. Outside

t,1> sale Terms. Owner. 2313 Pat. white paint. $2.75 and $3.75 per
: Wit,
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terson Avenue, opposite Yacht I. gallon up. 50ft.2" garden

SOME OF THE 113 DISPLACED>> PERSONS &b;lIrd the U. S. Army Transport General Black Club. hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co., 3-16
.' -thurs-sat-tf Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf
land on lh. dick end wart greetings as lbs ship nears her pier in New York. These immigrants -

Iron Europe are the first Displaced Person admitted into this country to find new
Five-room bungalow, practically \ Key West Cook Book and its
home under the new law recently passed by congress.MYSTKHKH .
furnished. Two bedrooms til-;; herbs and seasonings at the

_.. ---- ---- bath, stall shower. elctrjcally-1.1 Marshall Studio Shop in Telegraph -
equipped kitchen, breakfast Ii I!I Lane. Also limelade
i i porch glassed-in front porch. garlic olive ;. coconut candy

--- -- 7//II-I/1/ overhead far; throughout. Corner < and turtle soup. ?
. lot, 100 x 100. Fenccd-in''I 1 oct30no\-2-4-6x

. "That suit you are wearing is'i yard. Separate laundry unit '

r certainly a credit to your tailor." By owner. Reasonable. 3501 Spindrier washing machine. $70.I .
t 4' C .. "Debit, old man debit." Flagler Avenue. Can he scan I I Guaranteed. Phone 1164-M.

after 4 p.m. daily. nov2-5t ., oct30-tl
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FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD $15.00 bicycles. 1707 Von Pljiv
1Y. J Salesgirl ; wanted. Full-time and \i[ FURNITURE _- ter Street. B. B. Willard.
part-lime for Christmas holi- '
day wo.k. Apply S. II. liras !i: Complete bedroom set with full- '

. & Co. nov2-3t size spring and mattress. New
William & Mary period Schnift
. chaise lounge metal cot and
. BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES !I pad. Lamps, dinette set with grand piano.Street. Reasonable nov2-5i 616Oll'al

corner cabinet Full-size spring

"it Books Books Book ; and mattress: and other items.
, Art Supplies Art Suppli..1] 3021 Setdenberg Avenue. Water pump. tank motor. Dining
table. 4 chairs. 1019
novl-3t Flagler. -
BtMik.ohop. Cor. Simonton & EatonrK.v2Uiesthurs5at1
Phons 740-R. nov2-3i.\

FOUND I PLACES $39.50Jltlt' all-steel gymt..
$ $29.50. Poor Old Craig. 1019
Fully-equipped bar. 1018 Di White Street. nor'2-Itx
Found-One billfold on Simon- 'I
1 vision Su e't. oct30-6tx
ton Street Owner may obtain
same by calling at Southern Electric Mowing machine. Appl.v
III' Cross flute 328 Duval Street. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 526 Simonton Street.

..'.HI p.tvns for this ad. i v2-lt.\\
nov2-ltx ,. Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and
It --
. bath. Maid and janitor services -
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I. I linens and utilities fur
nished. Summer rates. Coral
19-10 Pal'kard.ido"r 3edan. SC25.
Hotel Apartments opposite
I'l.i IKn-tlfv. representative fpe.al Office. nov 1-4tx 1401 White Street. Phony 195J.
I < 4educing equipment forftecuty I Call between 1 and 6.

fft Shop. Phone 32586 or Furnished 2 1-2-room apartro n'. nov 1-6t'
20125 for demonstration. 1000 Utilities furnished. Children i

___ 1' N.W. 14h Street. Miami. Fla. I under 1 year accepted. Apply 1940 Chrysler Co:d1. 5495.. Te ru,

J novl-6t i 915 Windsor Lane." novl-tf if desired. $240 (cash balance

-- $36.63 month. Completely fi-
._....... .. ..... WANTED T<5 BUY j Four apartments available. -.411 nan ed. Contact Gerald Soun
4 toU J).. ..1! William Street. oct8-26tx ders. Gulf Life Insurance Cu.novl3tx.
Wanted. Cut Hair-Will pay 1 to
MR. AND ,!r.S fHAN JACOBSEN end their sen. Ewing 2. ,
5> dollars per ounce depending Furnished apartment 1 or 2
at are re umteJ ite tl.e.s tare fear-od Cellie dcg at the Jacobsen color and I
on length condition months. Summer rates. Ap- 1941 Ford convertible club Coupe.
home In Daaal.U J -b44 hty can't f'.guri cut hoes the reunion <.f hnr. Send full length sam- : ply 708 South Street, Phone 1941 Buick super 4-door edaii.

wet p-ss'-e. Tht dog war left in Oslx Noway. last ple. IxvK Box 105, Key West. 226. oct30-5tx Commercial Credit. 421 Fleming -

Spring whe i tbe J.cih.en. moved to this country. The Collie Fla. novl-12tx I StreetndvlStx

waa foam -n Queens New York ntt.1tlr. Apartment all modern conS -

NURSERY SCHOOLSMiss i venienc; '. Adults only. Ap- Packard 8, 4-door sedan. Good
i I ply 801 Virginia Street. clciirj car. A. D. Bcarup, rear.
Jean's Nursery School 728 nov 1-3tx 1122 Fleming Street.
Studies Calendar
t Mayan Fleming Street has an opening nov-6tx
for Fs slllay children. ItV I One-bedroom apartment. first

'UAINESVI1LE lid 'I- A t' -- -, HI ch.ld i.. a problem child I i floor. 1015 South Street. Plymouth 4-door sedan. New
r. MIJ.S Jfr.n will solve nov2-2tx motor. Car overhauled Ready
. .-. ar old ..aa.htx.l.:
voui plobl 'TI1. Have }'oUI for long trip. $865. Jone_. 413
alt work hrnr ..n the.1.1fMH I -
uun .u ;' join a coopcratixipliiv FOR RENT-HOUSES William. nov 1 21
..i... wtiM-n bate' \ J'1'OlPbicn U supervised +

. fwr m .-.ark. .rf .. . at all times. Kindergarten Complete furnished onebedroomI 1938 Chevrolet. $75.00. Good!
. ..RIsN11i1 .,| th :Mhjr i-las-svs ; te open to fours and I house for seasonal rental. running condition. 1407 P.m-

e caw-fait cairn !..: '," 3 fives nod-3t" Availahle now. 914 Packer Street. nov2-2tx

4 ....... .,,...ft BSI. Street (rear). novl-3tx -

4ylEit a gtlarta.1 cui. In II : WANTEDEMPLOYMENTEXPE'nen.'eO 1941 Packard convertible txctt-
a teessta M .... W: FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS lent condition. low ipili-agi-
V t... Ant.tita5Ut D t colored woman' Reasonable. 616 Duval St.
".. Overseas Hotel low rates. Coffee nov2-oi
( Belt( k. 1t.Sb I wants domestic or any type' .
.... bl" I. It't I. .: wti":k. Gicice. 721 Thomas St. : shop bar.. ,' o t2.26t '. 1 -
($.' ."toIIa"It.! .., tr.. "I ,- \ : no'J2txFOR 1947 Buick Super convertible.

r wlsa. *rst an.Iy inv.m. I 'I \ FOR RENT-EQUIPMENT new top. 9000 miles new seat

aeeuSIN thin 1 v...'t. I. ,.. RENT-ROOMS coveis. all accessori3S. Can .,>'.
ewe. thrt .....t'. d III'" f ,'I:. + 1-2 bag Jaeger Auto-Load Cement at 40-C Seaplane Base. E J.
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tt- .. 11w M..an. h. TOWN HOTEL. DOUBLE Mixer to expei ienced i p- 1! Sl ige-r. nov2-3tx

Mot_llraaw Mod ,two. .- .." .n ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4 erator. $7.50 per day. Phone

..... rvs..isr' t tt t. apttwie DAILY. LIMITED NUMBEROF 876-W. n..v 1-6t FOR SALE-TRUCKS

.' ..41t'trlllla ."" 1111' ROOMS. $60 PER MONTH.
. M I. .' tit. 'I. o oct28-tf i II' FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Low priced used trucks: Dodgr

Him ..., 4. I II V I AND ROOMS pick-up 3 -ton: International

. 1 'I' ( tbean. + i Y C ta WANTED TO RENT 1'.-ton: Intel national l',-ton.
: '1 Irt//r hlis- e f 'i j The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming! van body. All trucks in good

ewlrti.... -l. Furnish three-room apartment i Street, has an efficiency apt. tunning condition. Call in pr. -
IIh ems or furnished cottage. two!! and several sleeping rooms va- sun for .nsp('cto'n. 8 A M. t"
...........iM I hi. I. 1Mv adult 4-year-old daughter. ] cant: Low weekly or monthly 9 A 1\1. Cabrera Wholesale

.. ........ I I L1A Phone 9292. ct30-6l ; rates. n"v 1-tI (;......(.ry. oct25 t!
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? pPas If YOU MUST CHEW GUM Lady desires furnished apartment REFRIGERATION -
Nsr I), "n I .lrx I
, for five months. ---- ------- --
to do it Address :
Try in private or
, ... ....1' u-_ i .1 till I\l.. ., Box F.H.L., c/o Citizen Immediate .sel VICt.. domestic BANTAM LUGGAGE ,TRAILER.
___ ......... fl J.t7t4 .... as unostentatiously as pos no'J2txUnfurnished cllmmcll'al. Holbrook Rift it* EXCELLENT TIRES. ALSO
I ...,.....t iJI d ,,' sible. A gum-snapper is un- ciation Sorvin' Ph'in.- 724-W TRAILER HITCH. PHONE

Mayd .1\11. ..' t. l" '''''''tiattr fIll. attractive in any company. house or apart n'.\"2 if- t 1496 M. nov 1-2t
a.. -\1' I .- n '11.
ment. No pets no children
phttrlI ..1"1"1 1 is Mal: NMI.I.n\ )lll.E? By residents. Phoni .
'i permanent
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nov2 f
uf 250.
.1114) F"I ..n't' ..11n ...r's light HVi.vA For Ql'ALlTl MAHHtS IFs
d.., 'rattle. ,t :.1..' ,,1 "II: ,
iiM-al laiinci down in Texas !! STORAGE
asriwl lit ,... M..,.. "..Io'M ,: '..
.. s.i t .h.. ........ "f (hl.m ..ut.a.ciiivinK.., statt-i along uhn In he lint pulled of overt an Ked Brick Storage Co. Furniture'' Inlaid Linoleum

...' '"eo h'1 'hld i: au.X111 < the rtJh'.dtln'd sp-.-..d. then 1 or commercial. Phone T03.
t/l t.a.".. n.'r ...n..r. iraettells. turned dirn-tl in tn.nt of the nov 1-t f Kentile
... st m'. H.at-s nt dr.triht '
following car causing a nasty
... Lsrrllir when pimple v t I"' l'fJIlllon. I GARDEN AND LAWN
..... hamper Into the "..1- Whin the Texan became noisy SUPPLIESImplements J i Asphalt Tile f
at fire b.k of trr.The
about the damage; to his car.
i. Ihanttr. .If Inrir religion.c the tourist politely reminded I : Collins machettes. I+, Near Colors natal Patterns for Every Roomin
a asterra lad km 81d nun and ,
) s that slowing pulling to] I Eye h< >v. Plumb Boy's axes.
........y a .....f..t ......i, ...fA the tight did not indicate a left '. picks. Key West Garden and' the Ibm>

... M ir% at paoulatioA. f''.'.,. lurtJ. *Tui t .im"I'e." he saidI Lawn Supply. 914 Fleming St.. SINK COVERING: ( l'K S1'I:(:I.1I.TY
slam hnrtntss .n s'Mht rtew I! "I didn't arc you give any hand I I' Tel. 1019. fur l-ti

$ .sm In and 1$211. a ''SlpIIl' hell-" shouted th! MISCELLANEOUSi

air a mrl/IOft F.UIUPUI Irate fanner, pointing at the dir L i Key West Floor Covering Co.
/ ...... I., the United State. read into which he was headed- Washers, irons, vacuums and

itt $4W nun ", v huh ..-.d usIs "EftlyooIr knows I live righ'ti i fans repaired. O'Briant Phone I 132 DUVAL STREET M- E. Stutz PHONE 14S4
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the llt\i. .hen the Vfl.H-ity at-'he' stated... tiC/ 7'o
I I tamed Z4 miles an hour. Pl"tt.'il.
Days Gone 15yAS City l"'lult.l .;;>'v t.K-d a liquor "&'L nv .-ii'ifiof.. propnctorhiur.u \\h "0" '" ,', ", """n'II
I &liltui W. Curry, "i William .'ordinance la.-l night which gives .. ; .; Ic;. "Suppu!*." h.. of ,! .." '
TAKEN FROM FILES Curry's Suite called at Ttx Citivn the placepl..riic the Harris !!' said "a lady: customer writ- t.. 1 0 .\ oj l :0.
OF THE CITIZEN OF I office this morning and saw :5C:100t the privilege of obtaiainX remark while you were tiy umom I.), .. .".
NOVEMBER 2. 1938 there is a lack of STOP signs ou a liquur !icen.-e andiperating eli -. to fit ht l. -Don't y< u think -
.11I111111111111 i i 1IIIIIIIIfIIHHffiIIffiIII1HHtIIHL'HtllHlIIII:jithc: streets of Key West thus in ( -ept during j>t hoof hours. of mft't't: is bigger thAother' ;hc
f traffic I --- What would'U 0"
Surfboat will be herd inK Iacrldeats. Eietctxndttded PINWORMSNOW
races 1 by staLing Mr. L.,. Bervaldi. chairman of "I should say. "On'th '
1. \vaU-i- toniorvov.afterntn.i: that if the cty is in need of the Room M. ''""-rs of the Harris trary. Madam one is "lIIdlit.
''v i .- United States C..... I' paint he will gladly provide it public arhuul. too allvct a met-ting than the rther.' CAN BE BEATEN
Guar a five of charge. for that org u/ation for "The job is yours." r ,, '' ; '
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1 i CbaiKs talk said today he will i The first title of t i. t : u.' la: t s. \ .. .
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'Bon. who was appointed : retire tn.m the United Statescustoms Today The Citizen in ,, s 1 r ..
says MI "! t> issued in America wa totht r-c -: -1 iri., 4 bu-h y .J.cUtf -
t;> tht police force yesterlay. set 'ice on December 1. editorial paragraph: A glutton -a.. J"oIl Uanteo. ,.. Iftntbt."n.., : ic- 11"--
who .
wa tie L..1 mondtcfci PW.Jmn tA.tabi.t.
told The i Uzen today be> after having M.rved 20 vests. is the one who puts the 'eat' in named LO..I of Roanoke derefutad w t:. i&a:rv::
intended to rcsi& after dos death Roanoke on n Som.
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R Watch This SpcoV TROPICAL TRADER WHERE Iffi BUY IT" .-= :: obu.: e.xsr:: ilL! DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOUt\ :

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i OverseasCoffee ;S. 718 DUVAL Nice Selection STREET of GIFTS and SOUVENIRSl'I"lIly PHONElOW: :S If It Is EIctri'aln' E SELL nl'i!! POOR; {) LD..UL r -

Shop ; ; III action Toys fur the Children : : We Will Call For:and Deliver : WIIIIE STARCLEANERS Sir.lion i.
Electrical I : SO Yean' Expe..oc. to Elctricl Work .
1s.rrt'11t'rtrtul ofHOME Appliances : : J. f". .- .at9.i!! PHONE 1111 : -
.........................-...........5.5........ : tLCa211 Ihival Street t r.n.L sad 0,....... Sta- :

S "' / ...5. 1 11 .... .. .11. .5 '.. ..... : '_ ELECTRIC; TELEPHONE 1 Mdico 701 DUVAL Mea STREET Jr. Prop. : lirri* 1 ubrt! KiUcriroui ,\m-......rirYouj :

at 1 tltr' i SUNDRY STORE ....................5555555555555555. ..1...... 1122 SIMONTON----- STREET .....".....PURE... .OIL...ocd....GASOLINE....../...O..i.>.r"........: 1
/{fgfPrices; / 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : ...................... :11..........5.....55. Dry f.leaning .55.. .. .. .5 .. ..1 1 ..

5 "Your Patronag Invil.d"lc E and I'reising Body and Fender; Repairing; !'
917 ricmhig St. S. S 24 HOUR SERVICE :
Cream : RUSSELL'S : tree Pick-tip andDelivery :
*1 Proprietary M dicin.
PHONE 738 : : : Service : AUTO PAINTING :
Sick Room School : I ;
......................, Toilet Supplies Supplier. : Mill) for MiN: :: COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE; :
: rrfjHirationt and Articles 1106 OLIV.A :
..................31..11..........515.5...555511. ; : amiIOMKN= ; AUTO AND :

...................... ...... .. ...... .....155. 1. 51.11:. .55 t.,'1 Tlnmc StvraIf : : PHONE 373Specializing 1: : l\a.I""fJ.\I.a PHONE: 232<:ure : : Tn 1JY'1 BODY SHOP \:

I ftlUMFORD r. 'ho Sin lhl : : :......1.............. : 603-05 GREENE STREET
and ROSS ; : :.e.........................................\
w GOMEZ : -220 DUVAL STREET -.._ : WF. HAVE KEVrn : : in : ....................... ....e.5ee.5.5.e555.55.511551.5/....11555
4 : FURNITURE Easy and Blackstone Washers Jf rolttet's and
CO. 's : :
t e 720 DUVAL STREET ; Electromaster Ranges 1 LOPEZFuneral:: : : Get Sot Tor Fall With The New
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Autliiilatirc STelephone ..
.N.tioa.lI-Ad..rti Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : ; ; Children'sApparel : ( debucurlCold ;
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.Products (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN)) : 518 : : : Service : Wave Permanent I'I

..: : DrUwdr Plastic Floor : ..w.333........... .. PHONES'. ....... 9150 : Never Sleeps = Established 1885 >I ,. .. .. I t
CovcnnqCloixy 5 .D .................. : \yC A .fI. mini i i. .k"'>: !fxim-rrnt
..: : Fiber Venetian 5 ........f..........55............5. .... .555. ...........5555. .............1...1....1 .' ) that \\1111'1'! ',.' "ii. t
Erhnd* 5555555555 ............................................ Licensed FuuerulDirrclorn \ NEW LOOK 'n .1 :
: .Lu9< ,;.1... 110.$1; 0 S.
9e. Appliances. S S andEiiihalnifrs VjN '"''I ml : "II S
..: Radios 'FS Jo JL MYERS of the 1'1.'w i.. I .
: .Magee and Mohawk : \f : I I ; ... ... .. ....N.. ,,. ,.. r
: Aiminsier Rugs ; : --- \\ %Tr\'.."I \IM .T'II''.. ti\T-. '
.... 24llonrAmbulance .. .;'TCAROLYN -*
: Llcvnsvtl; Insured, Make Your |\ 'U I I' Till tTt ;

/:-/ TVrtiix 5 : : Appointment I BEAUTY :
O OPEN TILL 9.00 PJuL. !
S MON. and SAT. PAINTING Contractor Now SHOPPE

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: Telephone 3127 114 Dual Street J.if.noo Hotel : : 135 Night 696 : : DONALD BARBER :

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PRICE TOURS : 1829 Harris An. 'Ker West. n. : ElectricRanges : .
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I -_.._- -- ---- -- "v4tr t How They Stand !, Long Term Contracts One Way

: ACCORDING TO )REPORT sl .",fr I LOCAL BASEBALL !I To Beat Baseball Bonus Rule

Nick lTnvrt.1tni.! >It ,..Iktf ; Key West Senior Baseball League
;! Municipal Stadium) By FRANK ECK

Will i ..cClulrnirrttl.l'ur vr.slioxttw : : Sports Calendar i Club- W. L. Pct. ({ AP Newrfearures Sports Editori
t Fed Raiders: 2 0 1.000 ;
i NEW YORK often B.1seball-Lhat's the heading on
:' i Key West Clowns 2 0 1.000 -Evtry so
SKATING 1] American Legion 0 2 .000( I mailed mimeographed sheen from the Commissioner's office-*;;nd.i
\\.L.I !hoti.I Bayview Park. Night Atomic' Bombers 0 2 .000 owl, what it calls "official bulletins." The latest bulletin t-> arrive

FRIDAY I j from Commissioner Chandler's Cincinnati office s one of the most l
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i it-turning t< Key I
,, 7:30: to 9:00: p.m.TENMS. { interesting of the
t Sol 'xhihitiofrs' and -wait- 1! The Weallicr :year.
I I vear> a.-o hut C"OIttftt. betu ; shows some cf the athletes who arc coming up next sprin what:
kul b.v< nt the city and ,1 I 0+y.iaw i Park. Afternoons FORECAST: ( 1 j} players tre headed for lower classifications: and how ,,'s po-sibl. ...-
: Key West anJ) Vicinity: Partly j
naval e>tjMnhmc-nts on the t and Nights. 'I I to get around the bonus rule.
( e's .>i I Daily play.SlItWn.EnO.RD. 1 I] cloudy; with moderate easterly j Fur an example on the intricate bonus rule maneuver:: the New

a +. Hru.v. well knuwn tram. j vnds thru Wednesday.: : i| Yak Yankees have signed Pete Gentile, a schoolboy! outfit ld .r. to
.. pn4e'wital I hoxf-rs in Mte Florida: Cloudy in north 'I the New Yoikj
por- a ihra'-ye : cumract. His Bryant High uam.n
1'-11 N.-w Ynrk. plans to &in t; I
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I. "'.., t.-. healthy ,,"I..r ,I Daily play. y d 4 .1 tin \sthht! intermittent rain i j Cuyjxhooilxsv: championship.: J JI '
1a I in Tallahassee* Two ( his
a m.on."I'd d up whihlunit 1 beginning area }i ithi I o teammates pitcher r No'Fore'-(
.. in the armed font ml i I SENIOR BASEBALL r F \ rftornrxm and extending to"" Dilly Lees and Infielder Pete j j I

t. irAtnR :.mMcur .liuitfli( ht.'t" northeast Florida tonight an:! \t NicoJis--also: signed with big!!: }
a S I Ji wt-..klvEiktn haat s I IJ 1 Manicip! Stadium. Afternoon early; .V"ne-bv. Cloudy in central | league clubs: Branch flICk y :i Golfer Fined(
:J lliyk h4a. made arrenliernenlsv SUNDAY Flul ida and partly cloudy i in personally signed L->es for a $22.i .-
with Cnufchtin. directorW | First Gam*-Atomic Bombers 000 bonus and lie is ticketed for i
I I south Fh.ridaJacksonville j i i CARLISLE. Eng.:: -(lA"h-A) Ri.lfi -
g the NCXa club, here fur use vs. American Legion. 1 j ; Nashua, N. II., from where he
... Florida "
Vf Second Game Key WestClowns : -- 4- .. through '''er who failed to yell "fon" was
the big Hub hone at I 1021 I DuI I| : Stra.ts: Gentle to moderate winds must be brought up next fall.
Val vs. Red Raiders. I | Nil-olis has been the assessed damages of 873 poi-nds
i e >t. buth for training purposes '/I'l Wnv! photoBILLY mostly easterly over south por- signed by
I' arid for wt mini his weekly sho.**. THEUEAFTER i 'i lie.n and: southerly north !: Yanks. ,i ij" !i ($3,462)) in favor of .a fellow!
a The Young WurM" War II v.-terBi ':I Clubs will play in same order I) QUEEN (near caaier) Georgia Tech halfback hugs the ball and gees; through the Duke thru Wednesday.over: ;' In the case of Gentile, let's assume player who was struck in the
I haa grritt ronfidenre' in theM !,I as above but will reverse I line for' a 20-yard gain at Durham. N. C. His plunge Fat the pigskin: on Duke's fire-yard line I portion in north portion with intermitj Cloudy i j his three-year contract right eve with the ball and blinded -

ftturr ..t the light turn four Key first and second games. but the Blue Devils stood their grcunds on Ihenext play and Tech ailed b score: then. Final tent rain tonight and Wednesday, calls for $15000. If he received .
b Wtt I.Itsaid fighter will bea I I I Army Ban cks. Afternoon !' score: Georgia Tech 19. Duke 7. I clou jy in central portion and j jl I i all this money in a lump sam he; Ordering Ge-:>rte Alderson! to

a, ardec worthwhile pt !izr*. with I To be announced. I l partly cloudy over south portion !!j would be a }bonus J.IaycrBut as : pay the damages to Daniel Wat

bath th* winner and the lowr inn I I --- ----- -------- I East Gulf.: Mi.den! e ti,, fresh I j' a three-year man the Yankees: son. Justice Sir Frederic Sellers
a S buul reit-iving, something One-Minule southerly winds in north and ceni i! can option him out twice a o farm ruledThe: law is clear that ona
a *IJrui/y will. or .M hand at the :i I I trai portion Gentle to moderate i I clubs and no other tean can golf course thereis a duty to
t *:cs bu.W."ah day btgmnin 1 i I I I KODGKRS) HIPS TENNESSEE UVE.! CVIUH.INA: WINS variable winds! over south por-j touch him. Optioned ns a bonus 1. take reasonable care that 1)(, injury -

y ( tidy from S to 7 p.m. Free" !: SPORTS QUIZ .. _.... :- --- -... .... .. tion. Intermittent rain over !i player Gentile would! be subject I j I is done to those who lire oni
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p n,tft>inin facilities and expertiNMhinc I II : north portion tonight end: W >dj 1 to the player draft Yankee I..f- i I the course or taking part in the
bv 8ru'7V: anofftred i! j ne"day. Partly cloudy over south finials: believe he will be playing game."
a I It nty though proper cnnditM4itnc 1,| I I L. a narwhal'. tusk compllMv : poiiion. I in the Yankee Stadium outfield I|I

o .that first rl... bouts ran ) Of IVOO"* J No small craft cr storm wrrn- in 1951. They say he's a natural li i j i Ii
t' be pmf UifJ. the trainerpronvi 'L. I* the r'ortuguese Man'uwar i ins" have been issued. i That's why he has a lonranei ; Ex-Dodgers)
t far .aw. found on the Gulf coast ; i central :
It B"th nvihan and naval pentonSi.l 3. Who" .>1 Do Black RKPOliT( : The Philadelphia Phillies who
l are IfHrHfH to take advantage I IIt 4. I 1:1 the great barracuda foundin Key West, Fla.. Nov. 2 1118Olsaivatinn ( had something liko 13: bonus !: On CoastBROOKLYN.():

J ..l the free trahimjc aryl in;tructon waters north of Florida 1 ( : taken at City Office, \ players in their organisation; in II i
\ .. 8:30: a.m.. EST I N. Y. t1: ,
p brink rferM. Brvuy plans 5. Can Michigan go to RosePawl ) m <5-season-all would have to t -- -
b III -.taCt' In-. l-r. sh! iw in twoFOLLOWING again next Temperatures be brought up for 109! -have': I'I Amoni! Hie foimer: Dviilgfrs wln.
a ,....ke : year'i I HI,.,IR t -vtcrdj'y 81 'signed John l.. Walz to a. cua- saw action in tli.' Pacific CoastLeague

C j -- THE ANSWERS: 1. 1'T 1mgtt;:! 74 tract through 1950.:; "during the past season;

w.w.v..ww.ww.l, 1 Yes the- male narwhal asa i t r Y Mian; 78 If he makes fc; *id sooner it is were Ernie Lombardi Harry
M .1 1 pure ivory tusk.' Norm:!! 77 :: only natural that the IliilliesI Lavagetto. Toni Seats Alex
U i ()\ 2 Rarely found on Gulf : 4T fRi Precipitation j.I will tear up hi; contract and Komrxiui !iEd Basinski" PeteCoccarart.
d 1Cf.f>f'f"I. T<.i.' I last 24 buttes .00 ins. :t raise his salary above the SG.OO'J'( Jar: Graham and EdAI : .

THROUGH J. Cleveland Indian hurler Iiv.v I Total tins! month .00 ins. maximum permitted a first-year bast.!. Former Dodder manager -
I II out of hosptal: after brainwnrusson IXfu-icnfy! : the; I.lID: : 1 .2-1 m.i i' n-6onus player. Carc-v Stvugpilotol! the
s received in play 'wb t Total this year 43.C1:; ins. The Cincinnati Reds have a Oakland Oaks and Frank (Lefty)
1 By.s PCDHO: ACUILAR month ago. j i{ I I'xnv-: the your 1 I1.0"- ins player in the same category.: He' O'Boul. cx-Dudyer light fielder
... ..... ......".".1 4. The great barracuda is seldom Kcle'jye!. Hunidity. is Dat.d Poole, 20 year old managed! the San Franci.a-o
1 LOCAL BAEBALL found in water r'o.-l> ->t'' 2:20 a.:1. ( ratihe.from Winston Salem: t I Seals

F !II .. Florida and the West Indies. dt, eg 9 f.3'Uaromclcr r !' N. C- \vho played semi-pro ball'
+ .yM4biii id the 1;arras taavtilL !Ile! often grows six feet long ;.t Elizabeth City N. C. Poole is Ten Are Marriedi
Stindav ai N'lnlrtf'.I! Sthum: I ji iand can" kill humans with power- (Sea Level), 3:30 a.m. signed through 1930.
rant Cam teeth sort mouth. | 30.WJ} m...-10160 mb!:. !'. she system of signing a young :i,
F.is ..I..* Hit. triple" Mr. lttne 5. No Michigan having gone '!, Tomorrow's Almanac player for more than one year'i Tex.-i/D-The 19-18

riu.H-t. t..t th- Lf"M>n ors a nice 'this year another Big Nine Con I -. _. Sunrise 6:35 am. j i appears to be one of the answers University of Texas varsity football
ao "I'.i And when> Hunsv Vilwrcal I Ilannsl ft-rrni-e team must go on January ('V.r..po'IO\ Sun c-t 5:45 p.m.j I i to the silly bonus rule Under the squad totalling: 43 members
p <'+t .; und ILiivry in the 1st-even if Michigan wins I Moonrise 9.04 a.m. j present setup-it may bo revised indJdcs ten married players.
f first after Acrrerio' hid S nset 7:44: p.m. at the Chicago winter Two Qvariebacde Paul Camp-
a *d runners Iw third and KT1rif'-1|(,Many writers think this hurts tackle for a five-yard gain at Knoxville This play led to North Carolina's first touch- I meeting in December young bell and End Dote Schwartzkopf..

t! Sotumua hit it one si ogle: in 'Ruse; Bowl prestige.Wild I down. Final score: North Carolina. 14, Tens essee 7. ;; TIDES !. player has the choice of signing are fathers.
fr IK4 third to Mine Ancuit-u with !! Naval: Base) for a huge sum and possibly;
td. 'hit Lf&W -- ------ about t .\'>

L In the rravnd Villareal !struck I I but biiild their pests on the|I i (Eastern Standard Time) ||I league bench one year, or sign-
L ( .".i MiteheU. and Vakk-x.. ground. Being: SI'miaqu..llc.th...} I t High '' Low !, ing"for more than one year with ..

d In the fourth. Kalu RtidriKuezVralk air excellent) swimmers and like W.\L TOSCOUES: : Foil GCORrr: ()"r :t KOH\\ \n) I'1SSi I j 11:44: a.m. 5:05: a.m. i I I assurances to play in the classification -
.-d and swig si-rond( and to wade through 6wamps.I I :1 10.51 pm. 4:20: p.m. for which his talentsare .N
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ti O.iei*. V Mnrr.l end Perez I: runs off Detroit pitchers than ,, i (Reference Station: Key West) 1 I several veterans who had their ...
S .-...1 the ......t. tOj j I those of any other team in his II i icuiefr Time cf Height of 1948 papers discarded in favor ,
In the fififc Arf>vfdf> was hit -123. jiicrtpUd Statio:1Tide high water i of new ones. These include
bt' a p>- ehed Iwil. Cate the;I I j C'.hia; Honda | Marty Marion and> Don Lang of N04r{ AMERICA'S FAVGRln
hit *nenn_ the m to 12 and I j the Cardinals: Kirby Higbe and
f e rif&tfidd putouts an as- (bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft |
Elmer Riddle rf the Pirates and; ROUSE
fenttand. it was treat to watch tat and Villareul one assist.: Avery No NaiT-e Key j
S B.n en aMd. the h*... He just busy afternoon for those:: c. y te, (east end) +2h 20m !'! Vern Stephens of the Red Sax.
m le.rt" aiotM ttt was aM. j I I b-ys. f t Boca Chica! The Bosox also gave boosts: toI Jt1jM
In the I I Bill Goodman. who dId s-joh
H triguez Wa Thomas and Butler, along with (Sandy Point-Oh 40m ,
salt otTai event and went toe Brown, were also busy players Cables Channel ,|| grand,job at test: bae. aid t-- gf
,...n.I twi an overthrow fur the Clown e L 8 s Pitcher Mel Pamell
and (ninth end) f2hIOm +1.4ft.i BEAUTYlfjt
.NU.k-. ,..... Then (aria I YEAR
I pnr>pfd |' oOo
( It'ii ittm Villan'iil and lYrjz.tu ON THE SIDELINES j :NOTE; : i I

urle' art I|I Oi n und Cordova was entermg (-)-Minus sign Correctionsto Go theFASTEST
In the sW"th. with fine out the stadium when a foul ball subtracted.. WAY !
C Volt. wig. ;',I and stoke !err-- struck him and he got a free' '5t54 TSgw My x ( f )-Plus sign: Corrections to l j jtoo
iO l A Art,r4. MTik>rl to kfLot 1I. piss to the game. L ti be added.Vi'Iu. .
VaMez went nut at th:? platethl Manager Valdez was seen run- j :":ai.:
Itn a !fRat <,w hv KnilnifIK Z ning back and forth and going '
ftewt kit au the ntlhr.. Are aowhrlr in particular. H? had I () Knows? SWP HOUSE PAINT!

I tide weM tfI IfN'ftfIf Oft to P.1Y: fix -hands full". ,,sy nn rru

4 and t>Mn Ckfcn.nckil. to ws" .... f Pant-bo $almiTo }vas out at ... )J. When did Metropolitan! NEW ORLEANS! NOW iimi whiter.-.colors
Atc rtrlo! whK the .last run .K City" I Whites beautiful are Honest film
+w S .r more
j j I the writer ti..; siren P"ncho--and ; :2? Identify Thomjs! Sr-rratoh 31 Cities: in 12 Steles thickness with smoother.
b Aovwdo' was. Ha4ki-d onrc. hi: in uniform-in a long time at l.Vhat' t-x Pr":: :i--nt? se\fd SWP
w **> pMV hull ft nce sews pnlr l.- st at the stadium. He may t ..----... '- MC.iL., _.-"Iit."os-" ,, < __ _._ _.-.i.712- for 17 year.in Cunt.:<"-: '' CALL 1084 (glossier"freshly surface.painted"keepsits look

I twu xinnivk foi a piif.tt: d.v at Ire the man for the mound nextnil .,1', W'tphiloGEORGIA'S 4 Whit famus tu'otIs-ll,: coach or your travel agent
a 'tat, t\.ft1 .blaMrd a homer aa I Sunday. Poncho! still has as '.\',)., killed: in a piano crash. :n one year before 1
a ..iniekot xl onrp and drove' much "stuff as any other pitcher LOB WALSTON ((54)) receives a fcrvrzrd pass from Johnny Hauch in Ihs end zone 1931?

b. horn.- two iynn.i., C. Vakfc-z: ,,, in the circuit. and scores tha Bulldogs' second touchdown against Alabama! ai Eirr.til bam.. Alabama's Red N t 5. V.1ien w i'= thc. tint' tinnscont'nrntal 1I Thompson Enterprises, Inc.
a hit iwo saft-lv ami SoUmiun hit: Bud Gjinu was out as usual oonan is chasinj V/sston'' but he can't reach far enough to catch him. George< won. 35 to 0.MUST tok-jrruph lane: corn 1 Hardware Division
two Its line L <<-n boys. |'" with his dark glasses-still the I ph Ut? Phone

Second Cam I'I I fans knew who he was de- -- --- -----.-- i j. 6. How many electoral votes. j 8Y16.wwwww..wwawwA.A
i In it'.- n.ghtrap U* highlightsand ; fpiti- the fact it was Hallowe'en. [ tars a I-.n'Sldt'ntwlOdllia.to i j .
tl hw.&idrd. the plehir g of ThotmM 1 :1: .\ collection was taken: from nfd to win I II j II ; i11:1: 11''' I"JTT.
the. bi noHUt: MISSiSSlPiM! ; STVTK HIT: ii I .. Who succeeded Franklin I I
1- ( bofminc hat of Bic; ',, among the fans for Charles Al1 MMINS: | -- -- -- -- -----
rt Il .v Hr>-n. whu, hit four i 1 bury who fractured a hand a D. Roosevelt as Govrnor of ................... ...
j j tau attefrdr.' Thiintaa :true k: work. age Fans contributed very ,. N. vv York ,, /
If' nut' S ntaftj thiee time. AI. Acevedo liberally. A very nice sum was '' ?" "'J1It three seas touch. the. ''
c uM... Mira twice Jack Villjii.il )- also: rontnbuied for balls urnpiers -j '' N urci! southern desert area of 1 i
nnrr. Casado twice.1 Dar and th.'r expenses.J I'al.-tT.f'1 ::1 fOR SALE !
I Ui onc-r and Swttting once I|I Douglas McCarthy. was out -iJ- !9) Wn.iJ, i.: th- population of I
4i "
I llomU-r. plavcd a letter game with his bad ankle that he claim I Nor.10-;
IIin the field than the Clowns.Thr WM hurt during the "Big Blow :: ;\-.n<0; r tits I'riiiK1 Mini It r

BfHftfien handled" 38 rhanccswuhtiut The majority of one section 01 : '"' It ,)I. I, 4
I 4
anr r, while the the stands was made up of one. .
J ('l..w fill rotntnittt an error" in family-the Equinaldo clani The Answers : Wh-iteINEWSPR1NTJ: )
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Ml .hanre*. i There were Judge Henrv. Sereint ,
Milntnth and L Butler hit !Milton. Pepe and Orlando. They I,
Iwo. safelyarid" : Air? stole twbag's o were well rcpresenttfd.j 1 ().t 1 1'.1: ;
Otheis fans i :2! Eiz.)!I ish {'.,hHIC"rak'r, antI ,
I out Sunday included -
i' '
T6.- }wt rh nee fur the Boroh- old standbys Rcs Spencer f fur..ituit! designer; ',

.-r. care in the fourth when Willie: Sands, Antonio Rivero. 3)F) + 1 'i t ,i I ., Ji.i.r.. Quince Adam / j
Tr"trw) walked Samna and AI. Mi.. and Mrs. Casaxlo! Santana e d :7. Knute Rocki.c coach at t.i t.

Acv\.iK. .>.. A balk put SjnLarui and many others. :N.inDame..: i!, : 500 SheetsS'Axll. : ,;
on jw-eimil 1 and a wild pitch I let i I *T ttv.24): 1861. 25
him tenth thud "lien Arvvttlow.ilk L SOFTBALL NOTES "JiC--a simple majority of '

... <-<< and Rol iU forced Ant -- VX-1 Flyers and Elks Club an :! tt-.. t. ,:..1 i.,1.: ,: : /

f.lo t", Mt-orki and SnlaruM both after the scalps of the Bob'sSPOl I I.ieut.. Governor Herbert II.tL..m'n. / j jArtinan1 jC

''iitl the ''hl.ml) r Mu jn.1 Jack VMlarr. bvcause j :; Dad Sea. Ked Sea amt : :
th- tan e a of recent victory and; THE'
t ..1 l--ir-M-k nut Ithe I latter because they won then Mi-; it -rantan! Sea.
a 1 Ion, knutked.. in three cuc s Class "B" League championship I 'i x.00,9: ) eon. .p-npie.l's !
At! .:4 1. anti( M-tMttl ,.... MfInUM.li drove Elks believe they should get i 1'.p., ....)!.. ----- --
hoiiM- two nins. I crack: at the champions: of therte
In the field. Santana" had f. Class "A" League. JAMES BAILEY ((31)). Mississippi State fullback.::: gees through tV- Tulane line for fire yards and The Mississippi River actually
.... flov.-j: uphill. since its mouth isfarther \ CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 :
rxiti-ft an l fife ltS a+rts. Acrv'tnlol.l Let's wait: and eee if stum-thing: a first down at New Orleans. George Maddox ((51)). Tulane: center and Paul Lea ((71)). Tulana! :
from the renter of list
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New Officers Elected For P.-T. A.
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SOCIETY NEWS \,, Of Key- West Jr-Sr, High School f OBSERVATIONS streets.for parking He favored lut owaers.Cunsniissiuners a liberal. tax JULIUS BROWN'

\ f Louis Carbonell
By NISA LESLIE CULEYPhOllCSe The Executive Committee. t>f president, v president and I "

The Citizen Office-51 1,: the Key West Junior-Senior High historian The\ wlf-el of the lecUxl oiganizatiQn officers are I OF A FOOL ;i 1 I lot.objected The' to..:.commissioner the flat fee contended of $10 per BIDS FOR CITY

Residence 629XIIVaflPliriZ ) j. School Parent-Teachers Associq- Mrs., Fernando Cantos, president: I that a parking lot c n Duval street I

_.....'""""nI".._' '''..".'.NN."IWIUlHIIIIIIIIIIIIIWUIWlllllI'.''0..0..,.0"" .".."..0 U..0.0.0 no'",.......,..,......\..V i tion held a special meeting \as\ Mrs. Everett Riv*>. vice-piv i- I By BJLL LEX I next tt> the La Concha Hotel
lIUlIIUUIUWllIIWWIWIIIJUlWIUWUIlW1ll1\1ll 'uuntuninnlunJuhlllginhiiiuujIuflnullllflli'Day\ \ : ; ) )
| Thursday afternoon at the school dent, and Mrs. Hilda Balsa, his : slmuld\ pay more than a lot on aside

Girl Scout Week j I for the pui pose
editor of the SaUuday
---- -- Dion reminded CvmmissipneriC \ ,
Health And Safely Day" Program I :.t, writes Haroid R. Laub I iboneil tivat I the La Concha lot I _. ,
I' --- .1
i WoiMiifs. Club DiscussesPlans I seller, manager of the Key;: Wf..;t"owners are paying $860 in city }f'illl'ny $125 Per

At tta.yview; Prirfc Tomorrow Evening; ( Chamber of Commeiee that tin tans and also that the city is col- I J
Lt LtI

Tomorrow Wednesday. is cookies, and it has been reported i For 'FaWf Qt '4!?' In Decemberat I article about Key West may appear -: j!I letting fee from S1UO a used occupational ear, dealer license on the I Month For LeasePrivileges I I' Recruiters

Pealth and Safety pay of Na- i'that not only have the sales been I I I A special meeting of the JunI the meeting were the Mesdames -I eaily in 1949j !lot, and an additional $50; occupatIOnal -I I In IevVest '

tional Girl' Scout Week, and an I'very great but orders are still Woman Club was helj on Betty Sau lens. Edith I j "We have not scheduled the license tax: from a gar- ;
interesting program has been ar ,coming in for these cookies. Pro-i I i JI
Lopez Anna also the .
I tide owner on premises.
.al as yet, but it will probably -;age
afternoon '
Sunday fqr the
ranged for the U'nsion. I reeds from the sale will be used Purpose To Construct Concrete I dhj
i! Curry, Margaret Scully, Shirley I appear early in 194!)," writer I The emergency measure passedi i Capt. Thomas A. Murphy -
Beginning at 6 p.m, in Hay for the furtherance of of discussing with John\ '
viewIV : Girl Scout
Leader Helen Schuck and the j Edgar. The ailicL- is of by a three\ to cue vote with com- j nounced today that Sgts. Vietihfi-
*. Will be the Girl : one along Itlork
ther Scout
: ing in Kev West : Judd Jerome 11 Virginia HuildiiigOn
: it eventing: Misses Elite Rae Gwynne, missioner. Carbonell dissenting
seiies written for the SEP: hoff and Kozar of the Miami Recruiting
the plaj.ng of several I : -
It has been
Ceremony announced that the eductions of New York Moreno
Caigill Whitmarsh and Elissa : Transfer LicenseOn I
numbers by High School Baud,j!regular meeting of the Scouts'!I City. the 'ulies of 1949" which I about. the noted cities of Amuica I second and final reading South Beach Area Office will be in Key
addit:..s by Captain Spa id ,I(which u held I Ever since a photographerwas I I.West from November 2 to N v.
an ing always on Friday
I the Junior Woman's Club is Follies of 1949" promises to I down hue transfer of liquor license was approved lie Tells Commission
and lat summer taking 5 :212: of the Post Off
colorful e
City Manager!: a Bicycle i-"afternoon will not be held this f for :II in room
spon-rtiurg presentations on be one of the out-standing eventsof of tlu 1 for Charles I. Park (Chee-
Parade (week due to the press uf other i December 14 and IS.i the winter season here in Key pictures Key West I Chet's Place) 1000 Division street Julius Brown, 1321 South street j,Building
Last week the girls were taking -:matters in ,connection with National : scene interested parties: have lie further stated that the s --
i Committee chairmen present WestHirtInlay been The prior location of the bar was last night submitted to City Com .
I about the
orders for Special Girl Scout : Girl Scout Week anxious article. at 934 Division street geants will be prepared to i
i I' missioners a bid of $125 per have be
;jswer inquiries that n
__ __ : Approve Horseshoe
--- -- --- ( Ladies
Dinner Of Auxiliary Visitors to the city this winter Poolroom License month for operation of a lunch i made at the Draft Board conce
I will find five city streets have I ing WAC WAF and Army t a it
stand and bath house including
'West Garden Club Jr'illlllld The application for license by !
Key II Post 391, F.FJF., Promises To He Gala I been completely rebuilt. Theyare Albert Sanders 800 Caroline lockers and showers. Air Force enlistments-

Of Simonton, Duval White street, for a poolroom license was I The concession: would be on I
first Meeting Season On The Third Anniverstry Birthday I and I their friends and Mrs. Nell I Fleming and Whitehead streets. approved. The location is oppositethe city property at South Beach WILL YOU SMILE?

Dinner of Ladies Aw li.ary.1|1M. Haury, dinner chairman, announces Nearly everyone we have met box factory and Sanders I The leas would run for ten

Thursday Evening; Public InvitedThe I post 3911 Veterans of Foreign' that even members who j during the last week has said I place will be known as the Horseshoe years at which time all property j What's Ii; A Nam ?
are behind in their payment of j i that the job being done on j .
would revert to the city.1jie
I I I I I Poolroom ;
Key West Garden Club!F I Lee Goddard chairman of the Wars to be held tomorrow nightat dues are invited too. ;I. Simonton street is a. fine! bit of I I Set Hearing Date concrete block structure Reader: "I want the b J>k
will hold its fir t {netting of the Plant the Post home on Caroline Dinner will be buffet style and construction. In riding our "
Identification Committee, I Public hearing to consider with about 720 square feet of i called "Who Is Your Principal'
season on Thursday. November; will be on hand at Thursday's street at 7 o'clock promises to j there will be a general get-together bicycle around the town we have changing from residence A to floor area would be constructedby '. but I don't know who wrote it."
at 8:00 at the Woman: be a gala one. I for an of fun for noted a wonderful improvementno
4 p.m. evening I
meeting with his library of gar- residence B of an area near Von Brown and become the prop- Librarian: "Hoosier Scho -
Club on Duval street. I den books and every effort will The affair is for Post members I!I all. I- bumps, dips or channels to Phwister street was set for the erty of the city ten years hence master is the book you want.-; .

It has been stressed by the of |i be made to properly name any ___ h___ -- V obstruct our passage first regular meeting in December Brown agreed to have the
fin rs of the club that not only that I City engineers are considering concession opened daily from '
= plant are brought in. At that time the commissionwill ONLY 2,536OTKS
la this meeting for members, but ,> Also there will be the Plant Calendar Of 1 Dean Mcllride the repaving of other streetsifthe hear arguments for and 10 ajn. till one-half hour after L

all interested persons are invitedto Exchange If you have i I money holds out. They are against the proposed zoning sunset. The bid was referred to I i Continued From Page One)
any Events "even considering paving the J estimated however, if the sa: e
attend. Furthermore. anyone rooted plants that you would like! Coming To Report At change. the city manager for study and Irate
I crowns, or the center of the I of voting kept up until t e'
who hkes gardening is invited to trade for some other that Give $100 to recommendation.
you streets with a preliminary courseof polls close the vote would to 1
to become a member, and in or- i. do not have you may bring I TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2- I I PTA Meeting I asphaltic materiaLThe High School Band J between 5000 and 6,000 votes.
der that all may take part in this them in to the meeting and s Key West Assembly No. 13, Or- The commissioners last night
important and civic-minded 'or-'1 I, general swapping session will der cf Rainbow for Gals, i.......'.. '.The rlllxm) I crown course is laid to voted 3 to 1 to give $100 to the I! Four Local Men At the First Precinct of the!e
'V build up the middle of a street so I were rather long lines vote s
the dues have : I; Regular Meeting 7:JO pjn II TALLAHASSEE Nov. 2.-Qtis V West School Band to
ganization. This High
purposely is i idea
ensue. a splendid 'I lined 10 One .
that the water will run off up at a. m. m r
been set at a low in Scottish Rite Temple. Degrees McBride, dean of men at Florida i help defray costs of sending the I For Service
very because it means that now every- I
of the Order to be I instead of settling in the caved Up j took just ten minutes to get a
figure, two dollars per year i one can have some of p-actically fei red on four ron-I State University, who recently :,i in portion. What it is proposed I I band to Miami for the Orange I voting slip which is for the pu)>

which includes full membership everything for their gardens. Masons aid Eastern attended the short course in par- to do on several streets is to lay Bowl game. I Four local have (pose of identifying the voter 1 y
One of the features of each mvited I Everett Rivas addressed thei men passed I
: The Thursday night I
meeting on I Then 1i I his handwriting.
ent-teacher the crown course now. it ] ;
( to be work at Northwestern
present. ; I i I commission that last Saturday's : their Armed Force Physical Examination -.
of the Garden Club will stating
meeting : promises to be a large and successful won't have to be done next year i However there were no lint-
V .November Meeting of Harris University will report on the i Tag Day had brought in in Miami and have
be Plant Identification. something besides thiid
one. being spiritedand School Parent-Teacher, I when other streets are to be ups reported in the second, .
Association at the $380. lIe asked the commission to been accepted for training.
: course .
that has never before been informative. twenty-fifth coq-I I paved. fourth districts. It was an ofiderly --
8:00: P.M.. School They will be inducted |lor
probably not -
[ Miami.
send the band
lone into on any scale If you The aim of the Garden Club is Auditorium. I vention of the Florida Congress i j Engineers are greatly concern i help to I group of voters that we t
Rev Weaverto : until the latter of
do not know the name of any: beautification: of every yardin ; be Guest I of Parents and 'eachers, Nov. ,led I about the mixture of asphalt I Commissioner Hunter Harden November.The part to the pels
V particular plant. you have measure Key West. not only for the i Speaker 9-11 in West Palm Beach. I and the pea rock and sand for i then inquired of City Manager I From the conversation it would
will be taken to identify it1! benefit of visitors, but for one's Meeting, Band Booster of Key I I I McBride represented the Florida 1; the material being laid on Raloh Spalding i if the city had I following names were accepted -I seem that most of the vote sI
West Junior-Senior High I IO'J to The : Howar Lee Smith Manuel -
for you. i own satisfaction and enjoyment.Poinciaita congress being the recipient Simonton street. Too much as- spare. city manager turned out to vote for Preside t
School 8:00 P.M.. Home of of the first scholarship tobe I, phalt and it would to the :smilingly said, "Yes we have: $100to Fernandez, Odilio J. Rodri- Truman. It was held the Pre .
,. Earl Dillon 617 Caroline St.I i seep Arthur Finder, Jr-, Colored I
--- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- I awarded 1! spare. but added in a seriQus guez : ; vl
by the State dent ,
Congress',surface under the hot sun; tooi by coming here on big
The November
It will take from quota
for this purpose. It is planned i i i little and the pavement would i tine money (cations at regular intervals had
; P.-T. A Executive Board Girl Scout Week I' is 10 and will 1
"Health and somewhere else. roe County they go
'hat he will take his West
findings tu !soon crumble and let the water I given Key a large amoufit
Safety Day. Progiam at the Commissioner Fred J. Dion stated : to Miami November 9, tor their
teacher-training !I of and that the ci
I publicity
: centers of. I through y
Meeting Also Surprise Party ForMr. Bavview Park beginning CPM : the state. that this matter should\ be Physical Examination would
: j r Then if it is too hot the as- get even: a. greater amou t
Girl Scout Ceremony Dean :handled like the recent firemen
McBride to will cold of international
came Florid phalt burn up; too and:\ attention y
And Mrs. Gerald Sannders High School Band. Captain State University in 1946 lie was ., the stuff wouldn't roll evenly. .request, and that was by takingsolicitations SlIER| : SHOULD IE keeping M:. Truman in the Wh e

Spldmg, City formerly associated with Peabody j(' It is quite an art to keep the from local businesspeople Continued From Page One) I'House.
The meeting of the Poinciana er Hatfield at 3408 Avenue E. Speaker<< lIanager'l College for Teachers, Nashville, "I'asphalt just right neither too lie said that he would who sells 'goods off his truck is Also the voters teemed inte Ion

I FTA Executive Board held last I There were refreshments con- Pomciana School iTenn., where he was director wi I cold nor too hot, with the piopor contribute his hare in this mat- peddling and that he would helpto voting for State Amen mf> tI

lught was not only a business session sisting of :sodas: and cakes and Group meeting folowed by.T the Appointment Bureau, Alumni percentage of asphalt. jt"r I Commissioner Dion warned bring this matter to a head. I.Three, which would give MQ!:" e

but also a surprise party for the individual cakes bore the initials Ruoii Mothers Meeting. 1 00 Secretary and instructed in Eng- I 'about eievist'ng from the established Commissioner Fred J. Dion I Countv a state senator. These tv 0

the recently married Mr. and of Mrs. Saunders, D" and p.n.., in the school auditorium. lish. He has also had elementaryand i Miss Lettie Sullivan personable policy. of the commission. said that the matter could be i i questions, that of voting for Prife-

Jo1n."G Gerald Saunders Mrs. Mr. Saunders.MG". Regular monthly meeting: Key! secondary teaching experience young girl who has been an The ...commission by 3 to I vote I settled by creating an occupational : ,] ident Truman and Amendment

Saunders is a member of the faculy The bride and groom were pie West Astronomy Club, 2nd in the schools of Sherman, !office assistant to Harold Laubscher passed the Harden motion. Commissioned license classification: that I Three, seemed to occupy the q tI -

of Poinciana School. I sented with a charming gift. a floor. I High School 8 p.m. j Texas and Tulsa Oklahoma manager of the Chamber Dion cast the dissenting would allow established businesses 1 tention of the voter

The meeting and party were green and wh'te linen tablecloth I Meeting of Board of Directorsl A major in the Army An of Commerce, for the last year vote. to sell from trucks.: in

fold at the home of Mrs. Fletch- :, with matching napkins Key West Woman's Club}Corps McBride was in the armed :a lid a half, will leave the Chamber City Officials addition 'to Selling at their established j The works of Dickens are s. d
-- - ----- 3:30 P.M., at Home of the; force from 1942 ,Are Commended I to have had
to 1946 lie is a at the end of this we-ek I business place. perhaps the Iarg
Of Harris SchoolPrT. Pie-idtnt, Mrs. Lee Goddard,!graduate of North Tl'xas'State J Lettie has been an able as- 'j A letter was read by City City Attorney Ignatius Lester :.! numbers of readers of any novf IsI
November Meeting 417 United Street. ;j Teachers College and received sistant a girl who knows her i Clerk VIl'tar Lowe from the Key was likewise in agreement with :I in the English language.
I Third Anniversary Birthday] both his Wc.;t Junior Chamber of Com I I I
master and doctorate degrees own mind and isn't'afraid to tell I the Dion suggestIOn.
A. To lie Held TOIlltI Dinner Ladies Auxiliary i from I mt'rc< The letter was a sincere I ,
I Pea body the world all about It. She has !I Paul J. Sher was not present to
V .-" of Post 3911, Veterans 0ftForeign !II The dean is author of "The been proved most trident and commendation of the actions of defend himself in the matter Itj I

The November meeting of Harrw -j cation. Also thf Cancer Society Wars, at Post Home I[Teaching of English in the Sou- helpful to everyone she served the city fathers l thus far. The was stated after the meeting by a .

School Parent Tea*,'her. Assoeiuon V will present a film! on Cancer Elizabeth and Caroline Sts, i them Antebellum Academy" in What are you feeing to do Junior Chamber commended the I commission follower that it ,

a will be held tonight at 8:00: The Membership Chairman has 7:00 p. m. j addition to numerous articles now Lettie," we asked. commission on its allowing the would be very difficult to tag an ;
o'clock in the School Auditorium Meeting, LaConcha Navy i published shes61i.J. city manager 11>> function withoutinterference established I Youvivwr
requested all parents who have ; I in The Peabody Re "Oil, go to the Navy yard businessman as a' I-
An interesting program has Wives Club. 2 p.m.. StMciy's Hector and other journals. The latter also listed I "peddler." even though some of ,;
been arranged Rev. Weaver of not become members to please do Parish Hall Chaplain I i Well here's luck to you L ,l. ) four major acts. First of which : his actions might be termed peddlmg !- .,

the Lay Memorial Church will be so at this meeting in order that C.. C. Hartung U. S. Navy TOD Y IN HISTORYKnow tie. was the conducting; of city affairs 'I The' commission follower'

the guest speaker, and Mrs. Nor- the Harris School P.T.A. cani I Guest Speaker. in a businesslike; manner. Sec termed the excessive fee of |
will short article i for the Clue Ribbon Officers' Club of Fern, ( America) on,ilv the retirement of outstanding : .
ma Dupp read a qualify Chapter: I The streets and the back yardsof $1,250 was directed solely at out-

oo the subject; .>f National Eud- I Award No 21 Older of the Eastern i 1734-Historic arrest of John the! town are nearly all debts coupled! with public II j of.town truckmen who sell in- ,

_.. ___ __ __ I Star 8:00 P.M Home of Mrs j' Peter Zenger of New York City ed of damage done dear-I works improvements j ferior good and then depart I ,t
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Viola Higgs 81C Ashe St. > bv colonial English governor for I the wind ot September 21. Resurfacing city streets without having to be responsiblefor

Division Street School's Hallowe'en 1l THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4- I alleged libellious printing-his- tors coming down her will find on a pay as you go basis was like their sales as are Key West L TTh
the Junior
I wise approved by
Key West Garden Club Meeting -' tone "freedom of the press" cas>. little outward indication Key businessmen; .
8:00 P.M., at Woman's! 1783-Gen. I West suffered the storm. I Chajnber of Commerce as was I
SuccessThc : Washington last during "H5. ll-IITl a H. .. KHK'
Carnival; Last Friday Complete \ Club on Duval Stieet AllJ General Order" to the Revolutionary Many of the beautiful trees ,the recent licenses equalization The of chamber occupational Women .vote in Panama SM3. llmrri. It*. |-b.l>. llttt4MAKE .

interested persons invited lot Army at Faunces were ulown over, but those that -- --- -
Halloween Carnival first comprising tots of I I
spun group concluded its letter by stating .
I the 'I attend this meeting. Tavern New York-" . an af remained are again coming to
*red by the Division Stieet Elementary -lone to five years, following that the city commissioners had .. I
Monthly Meeting United I fectionate a long farewell. life They have taken on a new ..
awarded: BaibaraFltmmg 1'e
prizes weie done a swell job and that they
Schools Parent-Teacher'( for the prettiest costume Daughters uf the Confeder-j jaey 1865 National Thanksgiving growth of leaves and [lowers and 'could expect the cooperation of ,.

Association and held last Friday V : Beverly Weaver for tlu' 430PM. Honvs of Mrs.'. for peace at last achieved. generally! the city does not look the Junior Chamber on all civic Vaffairs. V
Fannie Curry 1301 White- 1881-The American: Association a lot dilferent than before the
ewmmg on the school giounds. most appropnate costume, and .
of Professional wind '
head Street Baseball
Wu a complete success. Louise Cruz for being dressed Sam Hart also congratulatedthe I
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5- i Clubs organized in Cincinnati *
for their fine
The overflowed with most comically. city officials
Cuban Club. 1886-Henry George Tage Baekman and Bill Larson I
Bingo, 8 p.m., : nominated I
participant; and spectators and In the second group, six years work, and especially did he praise':
V Sponsored by Monroe County for mayor in New York City oldtime fishermen who have !I
there and the winners were: Louis Carbonell. Hart called the
was plenty of entertain over
hospital Woman's Auxiliary. I marking entrance of workingmen been coming to Key West since i "
-nt to keep th. in Prettiest costume Penny Rosam 'commissioner a terror, a lion I
oungsteis Community Day Services, St. into national politics 1904 to ply their trade are backin I'
the spirit of the occasion Fortanwiling and Billie Elizabeth Arnold (tie): mj in the f'irest" in saving the city
Pauls 10:00: to 11:45 a.m., j 1889-North and South Dakota town. Baekman
the House of Horrors most appiopriate Paula and tax money in the last commission.
conducted by United Council', admitted to Statehood; 39th and Brooklyn and Larson in New
bobbing apples and the Richard Mesa (brother sister of Cnurch Women of the 40th States Jersey but they always manageto He said Carbonell saved the city 1 '
Witch's pot t.-d much mer- combination). and most comicaL 1920 back West I money by opposing radios for police POLLOCK'S -
pIOYI i I World Guest speakers. jra -Station K D K A, East come to Key at
j He called \ A.
rimtat fur young and old 'Marlene Caibonell and Eugenia I II Pittsburgh the first to broad- this time of year. V ears Mayor
and Jack I Maitland: Adams a good captain :
Highlight of the carnival was Sanchez and '! cast a national election. Backman and Larson fish V
and the commissioners
the custunu parade which wa- Hams (sistei'-btother combinatIOn i 1941-U. S. Coast Guard put together They operate for toe I'' city a

divided into two group In the. ). (Cont nurd From P-ge One) J under Navy orders.11HZAmerican Thompson Fish Company Right'good crew I YOUR CIFTRESERVATIONS (
( ___ with W Curry Harris and Allan I!
---- planes bomb now they are going out alter .
B Cleare, Jr.. of Key West and rOMMl'MST: STRIKERS "- ,
the enemy in Cretc.1913Natlonal pompano and other such delicacies -i i
Party Honoring; Sons Of AmericanLetlion Robert C. Lane of Miami. j I elections showa of the deep i I (Continued FroM Page One) NOW. .
I Hoi
Tomorrow morning Judge i J' Republican trend the country "A nice pompano would not go i ;V and the soldiers and policemen I

; Held Saturday Very Enjoyable 'land is scheduled to take under over.. bad right now," said Larson, i! I responded with lire' from sub-ma-I ,
naturalization I
.. consideration: the 1944-Japs make a surprise- giving a hitch to his trousers as ,I'<'thine guruand hand grenades | nvenient
9ev \ lay-owoy will
The 10 who have i to bewise
A Halloween party honoringthe Cruz. Charles Hjort: Deanne EC of 10 persons. retreat by sea from Leyte. he and Backman started oil! to' Fifteen policemen were wounded, I you
Sons of the .\merican Legion ton Vera Ann Stout, John Stout petitioned for citizenship papers i| 1946-Russia, at Lake Success, get something to eat. : I but the .casualtieamong: the. generous thrifty this Christmas

*.. given l list Saturday evening I Creel J. D. Watson III,11 11MIckey ;are Jose Manuel Fernandez, Lawrence demands U. N. curtail actlvltit'Sand j V strikers sere not reported iI' You can purchase your gifts now while our
Jr. Karl Ker-i I Seymour. Benjamin MeKinxie I iI selections are complete.a small deposit will hold
at the home uf John Stout Bernard Waite ( cut its staff Key West leally put on a show i V
The lawn wa ga>'lv decorated : stead, Danny Shea C. B. Harvey J Phyllis Poppy Sterling, 19-17- American Communist Navy Day. The paiade was ,I iI I any rtem until desired Shop here NOW .

fur the occasion and the guests I Jr. Mary Sweeting Hastings PI- :Peidad Garcia y Gonzalez. Domingo denounce the Marshall Plan. wonderful. We have seen nothing J I I stretch your gift Dollars.

Wes.e all !. t-ttunw.! Various odela. Donnie and Barbara Creel, Cadehma Romento Nor- like it in about 11 years wevel
Ronald Woodbury. Patsy Piodela ma Perez Alvaro Lalinde Osorio here. I Visit Our Gift Mezzanine For
and there spent
games !
were pa\ed To Wed
Wart relrekhmt and a wiener Gene and Jimmy Richardson. Mr.l.and .James Livingston Moss and Catherine Apply I Much. of the credit for all the I Unusual Gifts From SOc Up.POLLOCK'S .

hast to complete the evening Mrs. Iva Watson, Sr.. Iva Veronica Fowler. Applications for marriage licenses arrangements must go to Com i twe liar tf iwiM {..'. 1

Attrndinf the party were Datod Watson. Jr. J I. Stout Mrs. Hester were filed yesterday in mander Eli Vinock USN, who '
Herman Wehmeier of ALL VITAMINS
Abop. Donovan Cruz. Louis Richardson and Joe MetzgerSeeks Pitcher I the office of County Judge Raymond handled the Navy end oi the: I.
i :the Cincinnati: Reds filled in at fcaowu be )to kumtaaatrinon. I
.. R. Lord by Jackson C. Navy Day observation and to to cticatu
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-- I''every position with taw exception j'I I Gillespie 21. of the U S. Marmes. Manager Harold K Laub chei', ol | .pins lint tad troa. W1'4//

Personal MentionMr I Divorce !'of member shortstop of the and Columbia catcher team while in a j and Betty Jean Terre!) the Chamber\ ol Commerce: who 72'. $2.59 &as3 ...., : I

20 uf 1100 Angela street: by took charge ol the civilian part j J' 17.93GARDNER'S- .
Class A League in 1846
the Sally
r *. IWrnard Allen. 733 United I A petition seeking a divorce'I imes; M Allen. 19, of the U. S. in. the festivities i ) t .,- 0I I, .v I-_
*Strrt-t retained today from MiMM I I It was a wonderful dav," said j -a
and Beverly Ann Becker
was filed yesterday in the office Albie Bjoth Yale's great football Navy: 508 DU\AL STREET
where .underwent an I Ijre star of the early thirties, is 19. of 602 Fleming stieet: bv Captain C. C. Adell, USN Com !II I PHARMACY |

operation The many friends II of Circuit Court Cleik Ross C.,j jSjwvw now the general manager of one I Junior A. Richey 24, of the U. S. mander of Key West Naval Base, 1114 Division SU Cor. VaieU I "Experienced Jewelers For Three Generations"

of Mrs Allen will'- be glad tokw I by Dolores E. Abreu ViI of the nations: largest: ice cream Navy: and C'atfl'rint'Vatun,,; IS, at the conclusion- of the long pmgrara. !PHONE. 177 FREE. DELIVERY. ,
that t># i* d.jng flol"lkh'Uy| ; 1 -- -" ---
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Here And Miami\ Returning I BETTY CLARKE c I I,

AP Newsfecrtiues Beauty EditorIT ,
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South After 14 Years- Away: IS nice to note that though fashion has thrust the short

hairdo upon' the female population a few glamorous coiffures ,

By I RANK W. LOVERING hare emerged from the beauty salons. I Sacrificing

Sprcvl lo 1h Cititen On the not too-conservative side but along smart lines are '

&)STON. Mass.-A ghost that once helped people the some Empire coiffures designed by hairstylist M. Louis of New. I "e Our Entire

Henry M. flagler: Cast Coast Railway Extension while it was York..' 'TTKese new hairdos are'It Stock
1 buck South uqain oat of Ktr.ton abbot alter (Ascent t'northas.1 *- the head In back with con- for a sleek effect." '' Ace $aDR1CfS Furniture
i "l1litt.! I>'uis favors: theshort I p'6CGreetest
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:id"a'idth' at the sides
} hob an I think! !I' \in; ionnes: I ScasNEG Adding
Only to the lew who. knew tins apparition remindful: ol,,The tds t ipl contour '!Tcten.iinnsi are four yvms l lliir t.. t' i I' I Qnd

other day was the SS. Miami a ias the Steel; Pirr.f For, 1 i whether::' the hair i, park I side or lotoi" AtnTirr.n men w'I.'I Selling FurnishingsYyAl

year :since her purchac horn u marine junk fwd at Mi'lnu: (center. The forehead' is loft rlc-.r Rroevtth: him. On the 01.". ''I :" '
M. Ioui'lon.i: : his bjcn '
the hail l cruised th'* waters of' MciisnchmettrBay between' feo> with a soft fringe of rurls. The n' tll"lt.r: { of fcminin-- hert! ; ..
joe .
I ci ton. the Cape Cod Canal and Provincetown ift the tourirt '. catan. part continues to the nape of the lie claims to have origin I ,,' I In Oar ili tory

.... neck and the hair is brushed page lj"y. feather cut s on'I 1 p-mi-; i 909 FLEMING STREET
'sleekly around and forward to the dour all of which plays I t I- II". 1 .
The <'i.p. <'..1! SttMnuJnp. Company : width ,
I 'TODAY'S.tNNit'ERSARIES: ears .thui achieving'the runs. So maybe: ho kn<>w
liar MiM her In a I bum. inNewpiHt. I ""that marks this coiffure. On the short-hair band1:
Va. and next Spring| : M. Louis who just returned which has been rolIinR for UH-M' ;I Sensational Swings In Every EJepesrttment!!

will iet,Ue tlx.s'nar'l with the. (Know America) (from Paris, says: "there is no than a year now arc Pans' faeo,-u !
S iltv Vitginu !*. I'I !I short hair in Paris. Even the chic Antoine who oripi i n.a, t r I his '
' ) No li' >K.t..n ne''t.pper ever''':< 1734Ddiuel Boone Indian models of the haute-couture have "flertf.lmc coiT' in his Aim-in: In > Outdoor SLAT "!-,, < -
HlentHn l th.- (<..n ei KUcler !!11icntrr. Kentucky builder hero j]long hair. It is combed in animitation salon an'l Joan do Chint. "'. no-- I Folding.
yat-ht ftei sle teaclw-d here ,.' of the West., born near Reading: of the short coiffure.( "angel fluff' coiffureshort ,'rid 1 :1 "'; -
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CitHrt Miami n> 1131.: and her' Pa. Died in Missouri Sept. 26, I I When they model small cloches softly curled-has br -om nm I, 't\' ra&iBS 95 C I. ;
Urewetl l.. these waters was and side swept berets, they twist hit with girls who take tlu i "u I j St.c.: qty .
13Im.1 tnJl' m a 1795: -James K. Polk. Tennessee I :<
buried in | their hair into buns over each ear fures on the short side. $.rJ'
fcit-al pjpei. Mnxhiraracrapli lawyer, congressman. ;:ov- I '
With healing. when 11th born in :" ==' > ''-
iI tw line dour President '---' ---' '
I J e frrtiknl last week. Moi-klenberR Co, N. C. Died ; ; 0
It n liki-ly that. the Steel lpier' June 15.; 1849.18201lcnjatnin. : : .
.t'HV writs txiked' Ujx.n hy Perley Poorc I ; cq : : :
no..1. IWW.-n '" Wn-.t ;art noted Washington D. C. journa I R emitants..sc.I' b 30
P advettising"' In s.mnrlw'n. withthe list-author of his day born in .g I 9 q 1ae

brinieugt <.( the v('!*rl I to Nrwhuryport. Mass. Died May 4F l"c.. 11
and l
this rity Uusc' : ut her ase 29. 1887. :
utmh he came. 1&4&-(100( ) Lfe lie M. .
the wMiire"' Iran years ago t "c "r I Xnl "
But th' ..t'ir) i* there and it ismarine Shaw Iowa governor secretaryof .. .If' .. t>1 ..,. i
a lon.anrf.The the treasury under Theodore
.t I beautiful v-wl I hi-i pu.utl Roosevelt, banker, born Morris-
laws ow, ,"' ...ul 0rh.. rah.t town. Vt. Died March 28, 1932. 4 L
1863-James E. Watson. Ions-
time colorful Indian Republican 9x12 AXMINSTER All-Wool 1t,( WOOD

i. congressman: and :;senator born RS4
at Winchester: Ind.' Died July IIUGS $397s N SSA s BEIJS 95

29. 1948. . .
1865-Warren G, II a r din i g, sa TWIN SIZE
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,. i a Nei.. Ohio newspaper publisher, U. S. i
senator the 29th President born EMPIRE KOIFFURE; .1.. "(;"::'. FU'FF' is If_ 9.9'J' .....

in Morrow County Ohio. Died HI. Louis i>rrtiicl9 it trill irluit Jtnn Itr hurts: mils 'i \ .

: : Auc.1892 2-, 1923.Alice Brady, stage;; and aft 'n trend. Part gttes Iii.* shunt huirdit. It With Glass Reflector TO ,Statti \\\9 9x12 FLORAL BROADFELT

;\ screen star, daughter of the to nape of.neck, hair is Kirttojix ,,,relY fruit lln t." I

HI famed producer born in NewYork. then brushedortrard. Itrtnr in tugs tuitlr ten cc's, $1395 RUGS. $1895
Died Oct 28. 1939. :
to ears.tcndcdalonc xnfl curls til buck. a .
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Overseas Extension --' --- .- -
project wasKnight's - ---
Key: furniture am1 other
I much of the once splendid .
Ship Serves Railhead ugly'waterfro 't. Freight ships equipment which she claimed as),
Plagler took the Miami off the I ray .:it docks, 'yacht basin was'' "personal property." The city ot DESKS. $995 Full Length $I2.S0VaL
Nassau run, and'from the alive with luxurious pleasure'1 Miami sought:: $770.83 foi dock- a YARDAGE

tt 1L Knight's Key dock, while construction -]I boats..The old-timer crept alongside ;;:- age, an oil company $IM4.90a I
I of the railroad was continuing the:Munson Line ,dock and paint company $90.30. Seamen DRAPES $395
l l1t south instituted a round suffered'herself to. be warped in, demanded a small amount of g
trip between New York City and groaning. and tied up. back pay and an assignee ''s MATERIALS .

Havana by rail and boat. The On her adventure North the brought claims totaling $4.17316. .. .. 0\\
l program:: was a tremendous suc boat had .spent some time with April 16 1934 the Stet 1 Pier S C ,
48" 52"Widths
36" t
FRANK W. LOVERING cess.After I marine,architects: and ship builders. was sold to the East Coast Bag $\ C," < -
the iron had spanned the Much of the sleeping & Metal Company of Miami for \ c.e.'t' Suitable for SLIP COVERS
LI Uluminatttt nn.I ; Steel Pier, waters of the Atlantic and the quarters was removed to make 10150.'As she was "10 good f .t.S: DRAPES. UPHOLSTERING
stretched aft ol' her twin stacks Gulf like a huge centipede and I I more deck space. In place of condition" the company said it 1 s C + Pa
b the loaner Klaclcr yacht. Her on January 22. 1912. had reached luxury appeared' dance floors was its intention to sell the craft '. ( ( :\. WIDE SELECTION a $4e q"Ve '
length is 240 feet her beam 40 Key West, population of which and dining stalls. A :string;; band again. PATTERNS >+
( feet and her draught 13'i. then was 19.945. the Miami took was. to dispense modern jazz on May 24, 1934 General Manager tt'f5 O y6

Flakier: is cone and the hurricAne up the Havana run from" that the stage where) formerly one of' Paul Thurlow of the Cape 1q ;: \ \
1 of Latent Day. 1935. wiped city. the highest;: paid ensembles in Cod Mass., Steamship Company, 75c100175s 'u
9 out the: dream he had brought to Later as northern steamshipswere this country'entertained thenotable announccd._ pyixbase, ; by his
:I an actuality in the building of chartered, notably the _' iinlrtf'ii ttaj of the Steel Pier from the
'J the J49.000.UK East Coast Railway Northland and the Cuba and it rune' this patrician of the seas. Miami group salvage firm. j I R Fa PER YARD \ nc..
I extensHtn.; But the sturdy was determined to build the Yacht and City Changed .. .
the F'I 1 I' '
,_ steel yacht. Miami remains, macnificent Florida (which cost The yacht was changed as That summer a B: 4 i r I '" .'# ."N' : ,",. :;io- -'!f't, c 1tt
yacht started a new existcni- ; -
I Ii I If $2,500.000) for the demands much .;. gj.
Ithuuch her futuic is once more ; ) growing as the city for which she which has lasted fourteen \ < t .w
: of the Port Tampa-Key had been named. To those for -..--
lluuded. In the days of the .. :;::
till the close of the 194.:: MMFor 1'"PI. '
t xtrnsH>n'k n-natitKtHm the ship West-Havana run the Miami whom she was identified along 1- ; ,, "t' ,, .1iI'. '"
while she "
ran ( ; < u:
was a vital fit: in h-m in? lOt slid icnominously into a baoiii the watcrfioijt the was nothing a ,
daily out of Boston It'' < .
nrluahtr orxthr must s.up- of the intensely blue tropical { but a hollow mockery of happier trips : .'
Massachusetts Bay t'i nv P'''--
fndtiu; iiidro.ral projects: .in the water at Key West next to the[days back there in the crave of on the: bouthern cod of I the C\.,> I iii1T i W $2951 e-: ; j. DOUBLE BED
I I| yellow' wooden Florida East the The old Miami
t United Slates UI the w..rld. I f years. was Cod Canal, connecting: : with .1',<'' s $3"
saved ( Const station. ) excursion boat
I Having tern rum iznnminy only an now. bus and steamship lines. N"hl'the !
I tl.iouRh the enterprise ]I I There for nine' yearsdie sunned -I j weary of the sophisticated Ninth '' ship was adveitist-'i' I.. ; 1ooQED PADS 49
i t,r Paul Thu! low. Pit-sidcnt of ;!; the time away shunned by: | shopworm from playtime use, operate "mysU-ry cruise" :'i :n>;L'= ':==4iitfs0it .II.-aI
the Caw Co Steamship Comp : natives and strangers alike and living in the past. fearing the ..aI'r.11 t(\ .1 j:1
f : Boston Harbor, returning at nn "' Q\. J _.___________________
ny. the JohaA &. discussed uni i j inhabited only by a watchman present doubting the future. ; ., ; ;-
a dec the name. Steel Pier, was I t|lof' the Peninsular & Occidental What of it as she lay in the nicht.Eventually the Steel Pin IT.K : ; GRA1S- x 9 \ c. C) < '
mt daily trips
. I many vicMsttutk. ;! the Flakier System The new SS. that tier cross tonnage:: had been up I ,
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\ She "h"I been tied up at theFtagler ; Florida reached Key West May 1,741 .and her licensed authoritywas and Provincetown. at the tip Wif; $1375 t.t'tvt: : "t'9 0' t

I terminal on TrumboI (23. 1931. from the yard. at Newport for 1,148 passengers Cape Cod.Planetoids ... ......- \ r Go>.,. .. 1 ( HAIRS $995
>Un<1. a pal of Uu Flap It- News Va. A few. four-hour sea trips were & v 7" ,6.
abo call'-d\ ; .. t'
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",1"1".1 Key West. nine I THEN The TransitionI taken tout of Biscay Bay and oids. are tiny planets n-vilvi' j[ 1t5 -- .' FI'

,1 1C years when in 1932. she was I Then transition! purchased theri broke financial: storm. around the sun. mainly in oil.il ):, iJm1DA' """""'" -.... :' 's SOLID OAK-2-Drawer
1 lmu&ht and sUtti-d North from I jby W. F. Aldrich of Atlantic April '4. 1334, the United States between Jupiter And Mns\ '''' .. .""'
I the srrncs ol) her heyday In warm '\City. N. J.. in the: name of the, Marshall at Miami was ordered Snj.d Wcod _..
uthrm", waters. At Atlantic : Atlantic Steamship Company, to sell the Steel Pier to halt i cc:mat B UFFET.2995HIGHBACK

t City ink-t. her name yet unchanged the Miami, floating fragment of:, runaway costs of keeping; her i in Your Grocer SELLS That COO<<: : a T TJi $8951. '
she underwent abeuty Florida transportation history,, dock pending settlement of a ;i' ;
p operation that cost her steamed North in April 1932, libellant's claims approximatelyabout STAR BRAN!) L
,gi new owner the Atlantic City I with a Key West crew, me I $7.500.I PLATFORM 1 1i' _
a Steamship Company. $200.000. who Ions had known and loved I Mrs. Louise Blizzard owner ol AMERICAN COFFEft f a I ..
1 In 1932 and 1933. resplendentIn I the vessel for her beauty ofi I r all but two shares of the Atlantis and CUBAN ', .
and blue the Atlantic Steamship Company's stock, was :V _
white i i -Tl'J'' A Pound Tod:>7--' < : ROCKERS $2975r "
I City caters and rechrislcncd I seaworthsCharles i given i possession of the_ heal > ,
Steel Pier the old Miami made i I G ZAL: \t\
excursion coastwise About the I West was her master. He \vas 26 c;, Assorted Colors $1"VI
environs of the New Jerseys I j when' he took the yacht out of 1 1 .t ___ '\1 a letC
renort" But ..> I'mh.'r of 1933 Key West Harbor, one of thei I \' __"'liD\Rr\ \ )
chilled hei ubs. the hip steamed i youngest Islanders ever to conv }'"K can deiM-tiil iifuni 1- to \ V
South and in late November mand an ocean-going vessel. ; Ss
our "rpwrimt HciHirlincnt S\1.
crept into Miami Harbor for the I Drydockcd four days at Newport 61 tin \ ) TAB L E 5 ': 01\.
to only 1f
j lint time since he had left yearshe4 I, News the ship reached: ;
rt. Atlantic City inlet April 18, 1932. Purest nod Freshest fI/ c3q ]
The Florida East Coast Rail- { There she was overhauled, re- Ingredients END -LAMPCOFFEE ,
t way had l len pushed from West named Steel l Pier. and with a of

I palm Heath to the tiny IndiantrMt" 1 \ crew of 44, begAn "an enerous S\O > _. AL
post. of Miami because awoman > : career as an excursion boat oe. ,+ .Sf' e89 JI 't"V""
I. there.t!\ d sent a clusteif I carrying: sightseers on two hour! > .'" SPECIAL .
.> orange t>h'SM>rii> after a,I trips along./ the; near-by. coast, j Prescriptions Called For 't '" -. '<
I heavy frrew. to na;; cr's head beginning in' June. But the: program "a : -- -- -

a quartets in Saint Augustine.! Th 0 was not a success. Ii i ii HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION!!!!
I mtHwnaire who had made his !i When on Nov. 28, 1933, the!
.ehh with Rockefeller the' craft went back to 'Miami she'I and DeliveredGARDNER'S I

s elder dreamed a dream and th!-1 I had not been there in more than; .
t Miami was built to carry past 30 years.
.eneer and freight betweerMiami liOn' the return to the scenes of Reserve The Maxwell Co. Inc.
1 and Nassau. i her early glory the former Flag- a REFUNDS crEXCHANGES
Flakier had bought one hole I tier yacht looked sprightlye the right t N 0

I there and built another As thiiptiepid enough but she was a stranger;: .PHARMACY
I man whom the worlcv d I in a strange port. The channel to limit 909 PlemSng St. Phone 632
.llt'd. vuionary and a fool. was much wider than when she m. ,
hurried the railhead down toward steamed, South years before to THE fc MH STORE quantities All Sales Final!
I Key West with the rail- I open the East Coast Extension's DIVISION STREET KEY WEST FLA.
.leam-htp, trade between th
I, United SUtcs and Cuba in mar.d, Key. Great ocean-going: vessels: Corner Val'l.' l Street 111 I : .. .- ...

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