<%BANNER%>
The Key West citizen
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00235
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00235
 Related Items
Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

Full Text
'.. -, "- ,r. ,,.- .- -, T q" .' ""' 1l '1'1'' ''' fJit"fti. -
'l"- *
: ;: :< ''Ji, -' *it

: \ : ;> : ': : i ; ::'::; ?: :r : ; *: -*&,;: ,


11
'
.
--
> 'P-
--:. .:' ,.


i 1| K iBoct.r West tiabl : i\ flrtd" em'ifi' Ya.-...."Ilk.'-: i' J r _

1'lorjag:; iitl1! : Jitlt.: Ki
i eouctrv ; ry ffer: JIM Mill*! : lied

| rang of : f ***.. eI ( ..


SOUTHERNMOST THE '
THE : NEWSPAPER. IN U.S.AT

.;
VOL LXIX..Ao. 257. KEY WEST. FLORIDA. THURSDAY.. OCTOBER 28, 194? t -"!


:I CHICAGO' STADIUM PACKED FOR TRUMANfS vADDRESS! I


' ,165 Prospective 1 1i 1F ''MU8t({: Pay 10 Per.Penalty ,



Jurors ]Drawn For
: iCent

1 : Forermits

t k S ;
Circuit Court- CasesIIduring ( ,

.

t ;- nu I V*. Coca- NdtT! aking *


Coin Co. First Truman'ToTalkInMamson .

CaseA : .r Dtlld lllte At i'ifIfHI


.Itot .f I. juror was drawn I C. M. I.- FLOAT ':t SrlHn tYt Tlxac

ltMlee! MTYW' on Grout Court I .M II fffffl Sit -
Garden ,
I'-III1C! November 4. according' I Square )

l. QHMK. Court Rnu C. Sawyer.' 'I 1 WINS- PRIZE IN $s...r tptM d killrn.ee" r

n*.t MM to com to'trial on + His ltddress.Scileduletl I.alai. w MIM tIMMM .. tlrreph.sd ,.
jrtiant L r.4. it was action bright i
.. .
.
ItMle ila ''''
ir tWiar'Fhd 1W!! RMiMxi' llenmnc:. for;and$72.000 hislI"in )()() ; Tfcr Tonight Dewey 'I'If NAVY PARADE ...... tL ........ UM pr.

...... atM!+et Karl O ThompbuatiMM -: 1 SBcaktsIraSanle, Place .. win w .....I ...q Tra c...
tttr .., M the Coca- f ,(/P) Wirephoto I Wlw A.Mtr QrNtlg rrY .....
0IIa hMIog Company I TomorrowBr Night Co-Sponsored With i 111 .1e1e1unr tsalwd he the
HIT I** attrf edly lost the sight A.latei. MORE THAN,20OOO.SEATS in Chicago Stadium.ar. filled and tome people ue standing in the rStrikers .
Tke "ft.) .N111M d .... tt11s!
( In sw w
.f MT.yw wfeeiv Coca Cola bot:= ; WASHINGTON, Oct. aisles,to hear President. make'a major speech; in' his: campaign tot another 'term' in thWhit .> BPWC; Prize For I .
I :8.- .
HM tf .. awl g.. .r .
.
.1te to nfMTtcd to have exploded njl
House.
Thousands of others were milling around outside! the building as he spoke. '
.la *r bis home i President Truman. is scheduledto Float ..... t11M1Mr. Cart! r
Navy France Leave .... .... .. ,
.. next ease to be tried ,onto 'deliver an address.tonight in 111Mwstiig f

a wktow t that against of Fraoces Frank X A., Madison Square Garden, New OF WAR TOO FRESH ,1 I Everybody who viewed the ;, Mines t,.."A...-. Me ......ekin yt II
Peacefully
$1.000 damages York. j 1 HORRORS, Navy Day parade yesterday t hares Mt... IM bs-
I j I
1 agreed that it was the finest I .
Ak w to be .heard on November The President will spend two] ever I k e 1M a *1 d..
g .to the art *f the Orange State day. in New York City .Tomorrow -] staged in Key West according to! .lIr A "" ....... !I. .... "-..a ..... a"tp
4M OMvtpanjr against the Key night: he is due to deliver a IN MINDS OF RUSSIAN 'PEOPLETO 'j statements of persons who witnessed -t PARIS. Oct 7t-Sseiaw aMsk. p MIN u M s- _
It. 1 .. ........ ..
Igaal Tranrtt Company for $9.500 major speech in Brooklyn. Sat- es between Frcwcii ..wMn .had! AMt buai n.>
dtlw.twIts urday he will speak in St. It was impressive_ It_was theIargat J been anticipated tnilajr lilt ......."1e1. gaeM a led liar tlett M'' ..
It
H.eebre> t the criminal Louis. produced much meme-j t 1la.paub1 .. hilts a.
WISH FOR ANOTHER WAR in the northern sectrli d .......
men; for there was much to
sill .. CtoruH Court wiH Governor Dewey is due to pro sad! kfugd- ttanln w111t M. vwn. '
.. -.r with the trial of get Steve un- speak in Madison Square Gar- voke laughter when the lone woman but the mutes .....id. n. ..... 'd Mss kraiaaw.... act taet. I t'..

....... .......... for the ,first de. den tomorrow night.' In speaking So Declared Premier f :cut: capers, when the man ance and the tmnp* pma..e'r' aMw.sr Ttw TM CMkw .
today about the Democratic leading the Navy goat t passed '.... sold! gIv1.1. sad ewm.hne
> m\utt in the death of James : the rninea for MM x If.. .at .
when the lone .
11II cainrod in a Petrorua4MvlMMtt candidates predicting another Stalin ( 'Said clown 'and his with Ma egriWw N ..e I'm..p .
...... aaiaesi.'Hr depression should the Republican Today; NAVY IMPROVING : trained'dog went by. One mine. ha.rssded'1 asd ,_ e.reir! tl ig IIIia .......!..
tilsplde. list of jurors ticket be elected. Dewey Russia Had Been Ready The judges were hard put tot i'strongly pick.Md ww JI aaMes ....... t11ad RI 4i
award the trophies that went to of has ..... .... .
for there said Democratic speechmaker west Leila w the I i r -- ._ tI k y
=- Mwrtnf ('uea.lol- unable to explain the reason for To Settle Blockade Issue! ROTARY CLUB TOLD the best civilian float and the I miners saw the ...... tpa....... ......... HewnOy.. ",.,...1


innate., J-hn W. Nelson Ever the United States, are trying to MOSCOW. Oct. 28 Premier Land Adaros cars the mine ww Mlfru..4.IN1ki
,,Captain C. C. Adell.' "M.ayinns.. .......,
with boom i eN "a
.. the a
T WFMer. Antonio people
Garcia
ware to-bust condition if the Josef Stalin of Russia today gave AT NOON, MEETING USM .commander of Key West I.peacefully. ex<-.pt for eeittlia wail.. the .wggww ,.I II
.Mtsjr Saigad. A. J. Beten- economic
J R fVland, Charles Democrats are not returned to his views.about the possibility of Naval, Base Captain J. A. Farrell.i I from groups 9t intncrs, rs..M1seg I sow w ....... ......... Pi'Ma. "
IMIa US!!. commanding officer: of the;in the arrert of I* of %HH .. a ..tats ...ar di .a
another war in a question-answer
it M Frank Key' Harry power t Couinianiler1 ltiUit! Naval Station: State Representative At that mine. Uw .tfk.va .led ........... '. '
-
... ....... Wheeler Candolfo.W I I article ,Pravda, Soviet > f"
published by
Bernie C. Papy and Frank I declared would ,
they fany es .....d ... ... .... ttyat
...
k. )oIca.. k. C. Lena Saun- Storm Damage To official newspaper Thieves, Steal I I Says Navy Demising, Bentley" chairman the Monroe their fighl even in MM pits. Maay ....... lMll ... hi head t.
eiftm W. A KpEdward J. : The first question was about the '" County' Commissioners, awardedthe l miners went seta the pits .t.fwethe .nee1 1W Mid.a.a_ w
claL ftfMMtd F Sawyer Walter New,.Weapons"Tmiuing
'ofan41ieThe fallowing trophies* : arrival; of the lets K a 1tM + qMean.
lark. ChrMtian. J. ,Jcremiasin. Use Up19,000 O possibility Batteries romControl To the best civilian oat the en/ J came out whn 1
.
I (question i gave Stalin..an Opportunity _:. _i lIen To,Use- Th4tTti mI .;'. .:. trantctthe.Convent of ATarylmt' : strike- leaden. 4- 1* ;

r saw illi- ? Iti.t'F'.Aoberta'. It i will I -cost the city about $10,- to hit back'"ai turner Prime StationThe i iI '!! avy t-mast; "constantly maculate. co-sponsored by the'. Spokesmen, fur the genii Cvn .. aed aaa&se .. ,..s.Isomer. .
..... "' rettenkAlfred Minister Winston Churchill t of Key. West Business and Profes-j'I federation!' of 1.alur Mid tfct. .r. 'ftte t Nsa r M .
............. Albert J. Cash.. Harry 000 to remove all of the debris Great Britain Stalin said that if a I ,.improve its ships and aircraft sionaf'Women's Club. I ders had been even laborers Mil plra Ate...... w MgMO. t, .
N. ....".. Oregon Rodriguez.Gutierrez. and litter from the of street-j the storm of Key of no heed were given to such:warmongers sheriffs office has been I and devise new, i improved weapI The float showed little girls, future I to unload any tfanapnrto M .the few 01 ttw ...... ..... .i ta ..n.
.......... Charles' K.Wtwfer West as a result as Winston Churchill!and asked by Captain C. C. AdellJ:I r ons.and train its men in these citizens of the year 1978.j i air. on the land( or in the .*. Hut. thM tttwrt have 1 a MaMwatf .tier..-
rwr", Hinder, Paul D. September 21. City Manager if ignorance Were held in check, USN commander of Key West new ships and instruments .ol who were all Hrst graders in the carried cargoes .,f.coaL I H.w.v.r. "AIh t( N.i I...M...., tya *.,I
.......Nil.I. Pedro AcuiUr. Rob- Ralph D. Spalding said today. there exists no prospect of, an- Naval Base. to catch the ,thieves defense. Convent of Mary Immaculate. the government .hart men wa.k. .n, .*c"AM
1111 ,. H,... George<<" A. AI bury.Cwrrjr .t It was reported a total of $6- other war. As for Russia he asserted : who have been stealing the batteries This was the gist of a speech They Were children of the Con-I ing unloading Aituncan"' aittyn .7MweaI
........... Thomas L. 400 had,been.spent up to today she still is suffering acute-I from the mosquito control delivered at noon. today before vent of Mary Immaculate Alumni i, with cargoes of cuL I "...... ino1.M..
Atktnlt. .HararM. Sanchez Basil but there still remains consider- ly from the wounds of the: last' station on Big Coppitt Key. ; the members of Rotary Club Association members. : .........
a ".... CtoMlo IL Wardlow' able work to be done. war. The horrors of the last war Captain Adell said today that meeting in St. Paul's Church To the best Navy Float that of ats.>t ==. albo" .
L.- N 1etaRAlb.d 'l I Among the expenses 'of the he added, are too fresh in the twice thieves have stolen the. Parish: Hall by Commander the Apprentices Assocation of the: Tax Statements !i whet. raMog ee ,1ri.tt..we..t I
Aeteeoun. A D. Taylor storm was the rental of'a crane minds of the Russian people to batteries from the control sta Thomas W. Hillis, USN, '.operations Naval Station. The float was prepared ...... .......
Jere. A MMina. Hilton R. llinaar. from the Naval Station at,a cost went another war. 'I tion. Once the' thieves took the officer of the Naval Air by veterans who are studying 1 mailed* I lo -.... a .....
Write N Knowlr JosephAlkwry of $60 a day. Other questions concerned the:' entire equipment of the -station. Station.' ; while working at the Naval Today()( I "4.ie FjNtPleas. I
... Herbert'' IL Whitney. blockade of Berlin and the situ-1, The control station 'is used to! '"The Navy' is stilf advancing," Station: It had a wise'owl por-1. -. tdtah. else e>.Mlaata .
.. H ....... George Key Julio" Laubscher Goes ation generally in Germany As!' measure the number and the said Commander Hillis, "The tra'ing'the role of a teacher':, 4000 Taxpayers) sad. teas was. !*. ale ..*. ..."
A/es. Jr J. Lenme Curry. Mai to the blockade he said. Deputy|'type of mosquitoes that are Navy Department is constantly pounding home the fundamentals i : Itwmst W. wtt Mil .kawr! 1Yiti;
/lilt A, Sawyer Tom J. Broker Foreign Commissar Abdrei Vish- found along the Keys down to striving'to' improve .besting, of the three "R's". ;I ewe u.- .......... trhm 4i
,
First ...
.
Wt1I im San**. Frank Roma.; To Fall Meeting\ insky had reached an agreementwith I I Key West i checking and experimenting: A Floats were also presented by group of tax: ........ ../sock
--. ........ Acuilar Wm. A. the Argentinian mediator to ;, large portion of this work is the Kiwanis Club the Lions Club, :!I I Collector were mailed lIuwarci today by Cowrty. Tax Thai' .... wm.. aire tsth'.i
.......... Jck R. flyman. Jr.i put an end ot the blockade, but I' going on in this immediate area. the Junior Women's Club the A. Wtsee.Wtl3on taw 1W ... ..w 'Swat _
Ai...-i., pemeritt, Cleveland|, Harold R. Laubscher West Chamber, managerof of that the agreement did not suit i Santana Held t "It is not the Navy's inten'ion I II' USO-YMCA and the NCCS, Navy warned thus wh. receive ; sekelk. .M a.s. Mate a.....oi May '
t1M.Cttrtdy the Key for the representatives of the United I'i to be satisfied with ''mere' theori-1 Wives Club the Elks Club, the i statements not to knrgthem ;,' ala ......I ila trwfc sod .... .> ,
Mora, Alton a GochtiM. Ocala Commerce}where left he this will morning attend the States and Great Britain, as a re- For Assault i, zing. Ships must be built and supply department the E & R de-I before to Mond the tax v, Novcmtor eotletar Mtc...... type .i InMk ., voMoi. past .,
Mir r.... Eloy Aceved11ep. .., sult of which Vishmsky was j ,: the theories must be tested by partment the mosquito control I ales IhM .. bed hawks aWaedte. '
Or*.*. Eddie Albury. Jr.'',I fall meeting of the Florida managers'State forced to veto the'lockade ques- Arrested [actual operations. The Navy: department and others of the Na- j j I'I payment. of the lazes WIll b* collected I .hen. a.e sw al ho.1!.
of Commerce yesterday on a chargeof
i4aart M Hma, Samuel Hart...Chamber tion when it came up for consideration -I I must train personnel, men who val Station. j 1 1 .cite-.
The meeting will last three assault with attempt to commit "The taxes are due before No1 .
...'s L lUker, Robert Lee group. before the council are familiar with the latest advances ThtoKey: West Women's Club Our Lic.nn Jnaymt. '.
:days. Laubscher will be back at murder Manuel Santana 29 of. well I vetnber 1 and any taxI .'...n.....
Still other answers elicited from I Naval warfare. were represented by the cook make. ..... ...
in ad
Allburv. Jsrrpit A. Almyda Sam ae m etww "" I
i I his desk on Monday. Stalin revealed his desires for 222-D Poinciana place will be I should like to re-emphasize book and a cook bending over a I brought to this affH* bMj that ...
P. ....... Herman L. Roberts 1 I given a hearing late today before| "I 1 date will not bT co1d.d, MId chicks sat q.rMeessa aa1 i
S. ... Gwyim. Chester D Saw- i peace to prevail in the world. No '!Peace Justice Roy Hamlin. f j I (Continued On Page Three) kettle. from which smoke"'as issuing Wiisun. IftC....... Ua..to .. sane ... .>

,.. W C Ctawften. Frank Figo. .:. question was submitted to him Santana iI f .. regismi d W dye sa1Kt a",'s
I was accused by MaryH. I Of the led i I In the.a *t group M%- ral ..
4 H\" \ V. Pi Ider. Eau about the course Russia has pur- I Hall of the course parade was sand avOId p/seitiea,
u.ue same address of I tax statements were matted
BOAT LUMBER I (Continued On Five
j sued, since the end of the last war. Page ) .
pain Alowir Emory J. Hams.t ]cutting her with a butcher knife,.1 Monroe County HospitalWomen's : to 4.000 of the county's tax payer*.
.sl.rt. t C Roberts Robert R. tin t opposing every effort put forward and then, when the knife was .. In all there arc! aaprottMMMy. M.. rNl1B H'i
I
....... Wilson Jolly Jose Fer-I STRU1NK LUMBERARD establish by the Western Powers to I taken from him he attempted to Auxiliary FOR SALEI! FOR SALEI I 000 statement to be matM a* I i TICKET OFFICE
I. peaceful relationshipamong
...._ Edclmiro Morales Jo- f TELEPHONE: 816 attack her with an ice pick. BI.NGOFRIDAY. quickly as Tax ASMMOT Claude I
the nations of the world. I I
a- R Thotnpaon. Manuel Rod And no question touched on RU- i: Good Used Cars Gandolfo prepare" Mwwi ALL AIRLINES
cC."nu..d On Page Three) I ; Last yew Tax Culiwier WIM
sia's opposition to the Marshall
-" Plan to rehabilitate Western Europe MIAMI KEY WEST November 5 TWINS GARAGEYour announced the coUartkMi of IW{ PRICE TOURS,
per cent of the taxes in the :
i BARGE LINE. Inc Friendly Studebaker Dealer !
F 8:00: o'Clock countv _> ail ne.&ee selouise's ._
I
.
BINGO ; STEAKS CLYDE MALLORY DOCKS TELEPHONE 169 I ___
I TELEPHONE 8 I CUBAN CLUB t
CASH PRIZES I From the, Charcoal Broiler Next
PALACE THEATER"SUNSET" Barge Leaves
I I
\ s..r.d br Catholic Daugh* Rushed To You Piping Hot by a CARSON and I Miami, Fri., Oct. 29 l I $ ..OO I II Look! Gift Sheppe j

J hes .f f Aowrka-Half Ham. I f Good Looking WaitressNATURALLY "SMILEY" BURNETTE in I .. I Good Schools \inc Open IfW B"'WH.Can I.
I --- -"- -- -
.... St. Vincent d. Paul Soc.
TONIGHT: at "Sheriff Of Cimarroii" I BRADY'SPoultry mean ,... UM .! '
1 News and SerialListen Good Citizens
'HiK( ) T1mkSt. : i VOTE FOR TOYS GIFTS 'I
,
I' Mary's Parish Center ----- NO
1021 Duval Strttt I t and Votefor and NoveltiesB.LLiE'S

2") (.amen, $1.00( h I THOMAS E. DEWEY Eggs .l1. :t tArnenrfrtfents I .- i ia
f ; I
-- I f 1 ,& ::2t': : 708 DUVAL STREET ,I

j Your _Children YOUR NEXT PRESIDENT Halters! l liaised i 1 tr>t'r't, "Classroom I (CNn.1) U.U. TnwnvMn. ...*. J JA t
't ..
.
: --+-- .. :.
VOTE THE STRAIGHT Need Schools' Roasters! Soft -
1
Today I.

DEMOCRATIC TICKET I Pay for Roads i I, RETAINdYOUR Bone Roasters DRIVE-IN \

Another Way! I II We Invite You To Com FIFTH STREET and FLAOLEA AVCNVCCLHi .

ACTIVITYIN pare Quality and n: SERVICE
.1A'! 1. Help Bring Vote NOI NAVAL Price.
I

I "HARRY" i I KEY WEST ( REAL PIT BAR.B.Q

forAmendments I 1214 White Street

Back to Key West I 1 & 2 ,,
r Kinds f "/ Sanitirichrt unit Soft Drink'

t, I (Paid For by Democratic! Executive Committee",,) I Classroom Teachers 1 I I _,. .t II I (OPEN TILL 5.00 A.M.I



,




.


'
t ."
-
.. - -
----
J -

.!..__4 1



11 .. .. : ;. ; : ,: ., : ....." .,- .......... .....,-......... .. ,,, -.---,..' !'-. '. .I -- .' -
f L. "
... '
f . . -, ... ... .'. ", .":- . -- .:. '-: 1 I-W' .

f.(4 .

If.


: THifR gnAY. f1f"r41M..ft t+1 10.

, PACE TWO THE LET JTESt' CITIZEN -- -


i I ...... ,... -- .
FIGHT am n'w mumuummu<0'" on. 1
i OUR ONLY
.Cto iuuj 3-fcjfci .Cftis-n Grasshopper .

i t I ynttlsh.i Cany KM.*t "", .y.y. ,. 'I West Ia ;
51 I L. P. ....,.,.... ...... ew .......... The managing editor of one of F1 rida's -' Key lO/ O [tI"1
" Eaters t
! .asul a aaT1lAA.__ .. .... aill ,8' Wade
i ,_ Th. auBa1JIUA.. l leading newspapers "has asked The :
t I Qn'm.r .._ *.4 ... StreoU STtLLWATER Ok1a.=Recent. Days Gone By] ; :
to K Wes a4MMnr .
f i : Only iJt&y Xe w.. p r f Citizen to give an outline of political con- I
t : ** OMUtyr. ly Co-ed AnnMiller, of Mercer .
i AS.TAKEN FROM FILES
1 ......S ... w.... il.elM.ss.M s1aa. ttiattar ditions in Monroe county. College. Ga said she'd eot. ai OF THE ClTUKlf OF saw >er withaapar elf doubt ft t tot flkfafc W.

i ...ata .. .aa A.aocIATKD rasa The Citizen informed him that political grasshopper for $: and elf.t OCTOBER it. ISM Chapter 15 Why Greio Xr illndr never =r. '
.
.,. .iTl.'t rrisa eielmslvoly ntltlod totmr Clarence Jones of IlfALTER .JAMES pushed 1
ju Oklahoma
*
__' ._, ................ of all erMU"..v. la lol Ute.paper.. .T.4n and.a1r conditions here are different from any A. & U. College said held! eat u rt' 1*.' through the heavy doors oi -Okay.cot aoawhy2"'She's a little loft nest aD Ikt4 .ttoL" WeIIw. Ti tred
tit15f.1.e
-"d tbo *bec.J .... p.btl.k.d b..... other part of. the Soutlu We have no one for $>. Fellow students Aviation' officials arrived here tee Brass Rail at Sixth and B .her awn'oenLs' t"Lave liar hvf inlaaMqrd _'i.
offi- ; treIIt
WPA
: Dixiecrats so far as can be determined )by! raised the pool and ,Jones per cials today regardtag to confer th with* efttabbthiaentl; Streets dapp tack wss the nest and! her Z:54, 3fad.- pocket $.RI 1& 6eIt. M aslthe ...
L&TLIi formed. Shasta
-'la _. iw I hearing a squeak from them and the Bura- fi4,iooWpacte He used tor a a ehaser whole: tube of an airport in Key West. I biggest one at the bat the I 2ne." tii -.c heWs afar .....

c-- M.wtb.v. ber of Wallaceites i&-negligible. Qualified 1 slender man strafed ever to bum Clapp granted ..Iza.wbue .aal+aaecrwit. yeti .
.
-
.. 1Hi ,
M.e&a i finger into the blue the dope an&l Io.e .
More than 506 automobile tags, pouched a does
:-"li..kT aIanVLRTlua total= than ,rC.APP .w .a..IF, "P ft 8e
here
i voters in Monroe county Your Collector l' gabardine over Ctepps kidney.
the .
HoroscopeTHURSDAY. have been sold by city
U Min .. tie
around +eo. the ml"UTalter other
Sapp '
shoved
IUTa.
ttad. La..a _: APPLMMleaIPLttIL. 8,000 and about 123 of them,,are registered Sam B. Finder said today: Barnes gsr** else 4' found; ill s.- .....Lter.
OCTOBER' 2s. sale October 7. ble laufh.*If you could kw seas i .
Republicans.Lack Tags were put oa stool.WhaTs Let $1.W
as foot
the .
i. with
"eTlCII wrong Madam cha11!
: that hopped-op
It3-Today's are
impulses
&II t..... ....... w..t abaakL: trsot.tlw'1 Democratic active 1 ef Market- asked Walter James. botcher knife, joud; Jades pYaell "yeMtkreles
....... -.atMrr ..t).... poe.A ..., .111 M of opposition tojfte and forcible: and -in the County Judge Raymond R.Lord -x.a,. enforcement get dull!" me with a r ao hate. err fcr' this Cta|
Mr- tar M tk *. .C it s.a: a nag '. candidates localhr has i6* ed a state of stronger natures even violent said today that shooting'of flamingoes = have seen the ftwas ttitled .b the tert 3?
....<... t.. _i nmn_ at fcyu sk.rek.. frMa wwa -Oh.'heUo.James., got kind: 'You here bad a : I kid va ....A. |
h. ._.. t* M d.rv.4 arc I tots a Uau. apathy in Monroecoin :fwd our only and rash. The inclination is to1nni is against the law There is, of rushed this morning andeealdnt suppose Madelne'sholes it bu c the .... .
tea
... _. a-u-'CJ and id Is'-lwn I Oa I
t% a* sesa t rm reforms be no open reason XM Harrungoesb out to lunch tin 1-
....rural... .t ...aa.' hit..n...win aM ax naJMt.tatdid.t...1-a.,....r.. fight is to get out tne ;afe-t!As was statedat ruthlessly upset and often those said. Reason for his comment was j I now" whip -x11at"s right a now nice yladktfvs point ,I might .d. J'M' a. uo.trlrlbi1.

_:: t: the Fuller Warren committee meeting things destroyed which,the na- because Harry Beaver had found: ;,. 'Anything' new? Bear from theEastT of view. wm it raise ZD4i IA Janca.-.w.\.At. !

we vote tive has not the power to rebuild a flamingo on Stock: .Island that I. : opinion any to know 1 -*. y U. N.s..JpoiaW kto
large
Monday night, if have a we i ydid1
on better fou dations. Guard ,had been shot. j -Grr them! time. Jam** The slapped her dow! I oM h...... 7i .
know that a preponderating majority will against this propensity since it f longer I watt,the more rn>arn." -Not a lot," said fbDp.'Here's ft give you isletor.. hi.
1 spell
be cast for Democratic candidates.As may result in blighted hopes. i|, Members of the City Council.j]: Typical cop attitudeWalter the way liUte lathe those tws teals tartlteryoll'a
1949IMF&OT Florida Keys Aqueduct commission James commented, "Drag yourself Ferdy was a Tery. maa flliil t& ttd..a w .. etgtl.p
for Amendment 3, which if adopted i'. and lefsi setup Some t bt{ man de- ;
the corner
I' in
TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES and the Overseas Bridge over staff b Lie Th neural ....... w7 I i/bit e6s
will give Monroe county. its own Commission: left today for Miami i talk.Cl.pp "WeVe in lived Grand Theater the was the pkkap I tM Tk...... ...ltd
seDa.1
said .
tor the presamption is 'tne vote \ I to confer with Senator Pepper regarding -!|I" every small time, weed pulled steer in point Ferdy passed on the staff Clapp lost a brillid aa4 fy.la. hlletaslie '.,'
parMt .
(Know America) : the application to the] that knew about It was to another Wr man ther The ceaI .
!! town we taM
to t
solid for it. I tout iNMill.n I C ;
I build We two never had to eora I
1789-Levi federal government to a i I all two or three reefer stddidn't bit men .
.. III"Itie
Coffin. ladiana- sw.. tip.
j w So our fight is reduced to convincing, Cincinnati I pipeline of fresh water from F1erI frg'
: TSAOTOCATED I'Cft 1tET WEST torekeper and abebtonst. I of Maybe, they didnt even know "
eat
BT THE CITIZEN residents generally of the importance ef : leader ofbe ida City to Key West. j:I or* anything going each other. Ie dealt hiw. Iles .. .....

: their going to the polls. Of what conse- ground Railroad." bon "nder.1 I-I:I I I town."Naturally. What we're lookIng "So the n pioo was a gob.twon. .- flud a41h a. .ere'e.wts fit t.tl A. all.... .i
Garden N. C. Died around here Then how-- =
.
| for isn't peddled
quence will it be to the county4f only a night, decided to sponsor a Comiiiuiutji -, Bat Ferdy was hold** cat gads t eWat lean
; L, Kara Bottla and Apartaaenti.S. 1877. I I ''! -4 dant.thmk- that he'. 4
in P' aes.aeieedia =
Christmas Tree Key except
i Beach and Bathing Pavfliem.L small number of the voters go to the polls 1792-Erasmus Fairbanks: Vermont : I The Filipino: Tad ftClapp, part of the delivery which he ItA erea w I
be
West. The tree will placed in Shasta LJDe--Iaop-
j '(i out "We did a little presented to
Airpcrto-Ltnd and Sea. to support. the Democratic ticket and scales inventor, manufacturer Bayview Park.DeMolays pointed .Found a couple of ing I.that was the key to her al- the cloer la Ma .I tlr. he nngt ..

: C dmt*"" **1"** cf Cotmty and Amendment : and governor born in I s I parlors we didnt know about fectices'Doesthe* tip ..." wtaeat .tilt .
,
Brunfield. Mass. Rakw.ilieaa <
City GovaamenU.y Bat it:will promote the Interests of 1864.1B01. : Died Nov. 20.j I will bold a Hallowe'en: and closed them ia a big quiet, Lynn fW woke think!upr"Probably .
Commonitr Anditoiiuia.MONOGRAPH I dance tonight in the Cuban clubhouse hurry.One of them was too closeto a LtOe. I : aarlYeg. Ie ,. ..
.the entire county if.we. poll die largest; -Henry toman noted ver-1],: with music provided by the high school for comfort: mostly sh e WM getting for her Air yen lope ..
sank : Council 4oesnt fnend. Madeline's, pretty far
genre painter, who died
i'I I hope the City .
vote in our history. We have the opportunity untimely. born in Utica. N. Y. PntchaitTs orchestra.ParentTeacher hear about that" gone." Walter James palled the tllr>ti Ar.q. 1+..elaAar .

of attaining that end; and;.hill attain Died in New York City. Jan. 17. I "Had a bad morning. Tie been envelope out of his coat pocket .... fill ...-. -alleu .va
.. ... .
Associations of tisM aL qa ..
+5a
J I : dirty. work for and pushed it across the table. .
1846. out doing
-= : it if every voter in the county does his or j|(I the Harris and Division street' your Thais" the scrapings !reaM good d..k"ids

her duty. 1836-Homer D. Martin, famed 'i!public schools will hold "Openf I you"What particular. kind of c-fci girV cigarette box. Your lab st hate a .a.II 1br ltd
SUUo. landscape painter!", whose work h .....
wwph e ,f House" in the Community Art have been raising win.probably b4 some traces olmanxoana. B. .-\IW\ tstaw MtwsAwtt .
The Citizen has done its part and will was unsaleable! when starving you, Shasta L They were awfully rW. a... W a.eg tdei...
re a..Uft. 'I Center on Sunday afternoon be- T talked to
I but fetched fabulous prices after';j back"Enottgh A.I I f anxious to fin fh* box with ly. Wallet "i..rts tiMl.. .
.: Dear Jee: continue to do its part to get odt the vote. his death born in Albany N Y. ginning at 4 o'clock. I ."Did she! *talk. rtratght cigarettes when I railed be ..... 0..... W. reV

I .. blockade an mu t hare dis- With the Fuller Warren; leaders in the Died Feb. 12. 1897.1836Simon 1! "Did you catch her at the bur- up to the front door. tilt dark. All we C.. des I
A
you and the Democratic executive' Wolf noted The Intermediate League of the lesque house Clapp stack tine ...-p* IB U MoS nA Tm jmtm M MM Met rfQpp
ewYred. is bird to establish in the air. county committee Washington D C. lawyer, Jew- I Ley Memorial Church tinder the This is the Grand's day off pocket.W.11 run a lest this that.

ORACLE urging voters to cast their ballots ish leader his day friend of direction of Mrs. O C. Howell and I went out to La Mesa. I learned afternoon. Do you think the TJUptao ) MM, ICdk* It .... fills.
j : THE( Miss Miriam Carey. held a Hal- around might have told her who ht cut I* 8sgaiY'N
lot. Why she doesn't pal I
we should poll a larVe percentage of the Presidents, born in Germany. I a __
!I lowe'en party last night in the with the other girls in the show! ns dealing rith.-; .u... .
Died June 4 1923.1844Mates .
qualified list. However we canH afford to church: school building. ---- -- --- ,_
J, Ezekiel. famed --- -
-
I
,. -MILITARY CLIQUE" let up a moment. Knowing that gettingout sculptor, knighted by kings born .t
rRlSONER
--
I the vote is our only fight, 'we should in Richmond Va. Died March I editorial Today paragraph The Citizen: says in an Births Race T.B. i HewTelelitva

.. The United Nations has recently keep up that fight till ,the dolts close next 27, 1917. I "Business in Key West could be; TODAY'SBIRTHDAY I

._ Tuesday night. better but let us not forget, it :
Hong Kong i Bronchitis
I Warned through the Polish delegate that TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow could be worse." i l: I IIe.


President Truman is a prisoner of "a mil You would no doubt be surprised to ( America) I Kangaroos I r rI HONG KONG ift HenKong' .I .N...................
are vegetarians
him from Dr Gilbert H. Grosvenor By ( ) NewsfeatnresI : it ga.r writ .. ..Mal .i i w twrli.t
: Utr clique which prevented know what some (your friends (?) say editor of the ,National Geographic and sometimes damage crops. A A birth rate shows Na signsof .. bslr ..... ... otl pus Wr.ad .

teridra Chief Justice Vinson asa, peace behind your back. '. Magazine, born in Turkey, I decreasing There were 10M'': ... gnwq s.whti
:t
75. t LEGALS I CORDON RUFUS CLAPP. births during the third week eC .... ns. ..... raarRldeawl.
eftve? to Premier Stalin. years ago.W. I born Oct. 28. 1905. at Ellsworth. ....Mia2! M, tft) _.....
Harvey Brown president of :'September ss against 2ft death. .. ram .... .........
Now
eo Polish delegate of was Loafing becomes respectable when II W is., son of a merchant lea 1 th.
: The coarse the International Association ff3chtnists. 5 THE
I. CIRCUIT COl MT OK THP.ELEET.
I Twelve cent of the dead t.... ,
head of the Tennessee Valley per t t vex. _the
defending" Rmwia and advocating the the ,doctor tells you it tss''necessary: Washington, born in or Tire SITE.l1'Dlr"L OP FLOMIUI.CIKC11T I Authority Clapp was graduated t, were victims of tvbeftuloM To.tai I ... w.', M lperaiM ...,. .... caglll iM

and then it is Dot* oafi lgrut resting. Schu>lkiil County. Pa., 65 years a\D1a.R:110\R.LeBITl.: J 5aa' ..W .. trios .*Mh>' l.WMs..W4rCREOJfmJLSION bale
S riet proposals not dirrnament. 'l'.e-Jn. with honors l UN'
r ..:. ; : -- rt r--< .I I, 1\ CHAcrRa'a.e r deaths from OHM inra
U4 ago.Robert I ( \.Ii-SOS < from Lawrence the .t % yWr'mum
beginning
{ that there is no Iron Curtain cutting H. Murphy American,j FP.E )ERICK'LEE". LTTOV. s
elf the Communist communities from the. FORCED VOTES WORTHLESSThere political advisor in Germany ;, Plaintiff. :l College A p -I bored 1499. i rnfrMtM tMjiCsii.fttrjhlfc> '
I I T. 1>ORCE I his 1Martk
-5 pleton. got
I I 1
eo born in Milwaukee 5years |I ELIZABETH .... --- -- -::
I : I'M.I the world and reversing: the ally :'" It' BLAIR I>CTT 'N. master's from

1 ;,. rlUaa said Mich conditions exist in the are people in the United States ago.Robert N. Denham, chief C'OW1.1(I I ORDER tp PtBUrTIOX DeteadnoL Chicago and r
TO: tnittbeth Blair IMittoo .
J United States. who seem to have some intellectual convulsions sel of the National Labor Relations Rural Retreat. i joinsdibe TVAit .
;
__ 1933, the I
Board, born in St. Louis Virginia. n \wbereI'it
.
The Pole accused the United States oft over the fact that;of '95,000,000 63 I T_ are h?rrt>jr required to appear I tas, : t ,
years ago.Howard to the Bill year I
for Ii"-.e flied against
ImpVriaKsm. referring to bases in Green- men and women of voting age'only about Hansen famed composer -I, Ton la the above styled caasor oa formed. His?.

: ]held, and In the Pacific and said that this 56.000,000 will take the trouble to go to director of the Eastman A. before IX 1)45.tke.Irb tbrrwu das>e..f the S."r.Ulea- i administrative .

School of Music. Rochester N.I I (lion contained therein will b* taken i Want To Join
country .U busy fomenting unrest in Eu- the polls in November and vote. Y. born in Wahoo, Nebr., 52 as rm>fe =e4.. ability won,

i r*pe by. hort-wave radio every day. We have never understood the ,rea- years ago. I IGov. I Fl Do.r.da* and this 4 tth>r4red et at October KeyVext VIX Gordon K. Clopp him chairman i ; .

Thomas H. Herbert of! (54'. Lilienthal's nomination Our Club? .
The people of the United States will soning behind the various drives to get I i 4Clreuit Court I as suc-
Ohio born in Cleveland, 54 years cessor, landing the job despite a :
: probably' smile indulgently the accusa- the voters out. If a'man or woman is not interested I real!) Ross C SawyerClerk '
-
I ago of Clreait CourtBy political storm. j 1.ween U 'Si' to..n aN N.. a.tri.l4gttee pfaa........
E : tkini leveled aralnst this country by the in the selection of public officials Boris B. Shishkin, A. F of L.I : K.lbsS..u&<**. -
,
: Deputy .lerk *1 J .... thy heat talk rf TW the ass I. 11 .elltj Nw ..e .ratIsrOredat

-_ Polish delegate Nevertheless they are there is no gain to Democracy. in herding economist born in Russia, 42 '1. Attorney Enrique R fur''iu Plat.naUrt.tiff.t.IfltUtl Jr. I TODAY I> HISTORY B rlMCM a.kT Neat U bee wM allN.. awr. tit ale

.;. along the same line of similiar assertions him or her to the polls. years Asa ago.V Call president of the.' (Know America) : raa jut*. s4 slat die ....... .. t1.. ..... I dl. .We t4ti ..... 'I

... by the representatives of countries under After all, if'a voter chooses to stay at Pacific Mutual Life Insurance I1 i I % THE I'IIUI IT .'0t HT OF THE 1636-Recently arrived Puritans Well the..... Uu : ..,w eaa slar..s. ..... eIttH e.....ep .... M

the control of Soviet Russia. Altogether home, rather than go to the polls and vote Co. born in. Los Angeles, 56 1! OF ri. :THE'.:\TH STITE Jl nl( I'L. 4 UI I IT.; .! found Harvard University t fag .......Relgib.rl7 icha.LTb. .......-...rlifM.f r.d f.....
FI.UHII
years ago.Subscribe. 1 l\ ..M FUR WUNKUK Of tot 'T1 \. the Massachusetts Bay Colony poi ow .pl7 .. Mjq tad. ....-fiat --'- Iw ........
they constitute a remarkable barrage one may assume that the individual is fairly
I I General Court "agreed to '
\ 1 H"\. ":Hi. give food. good W.r M4wenatxm .1.. goal -- gel h- .cu------N.n
of Insinuating half-truths which are intended I well satisfied with what is taking placein t to The Citizen.' I,j JOHN WEsfUr.T f._ V*LfiIIU.ACE.. 11-C.. JR. !' 400( pounds" towards a schoale or.II t -all t.... r'* Uc M ..&&.....

:.. and no doubt, influence the think- the country. If the individual is uninter-I LEGALS I rR PUlntiffJIRTBEI. VORCE. I.1 colledge-ht.1f the The Colony's sum amounting annual in-te'on know ..* another Wttev. ,.. I ap. ,......... oq w ew

ktj of the peoples of Eastern Europe. rested, there is some reason to t RRNFITHTL'.vELtCF come. Every: ether Saturday at .. )Me .$. as ..... e7.al.

There is hardly any way that the value of the vote that would be cast. IN THE nitrrrr rot-BT OF THP.| I..f.ndant. 1321-First sale of lots in I fare *r aa..0.- U* sit W lag. .... t1.. 1._.

United State can completely counteract Of course the argument for partici- OF F.LE'F.'TH THF.'TITE jieiriL OF FLORIII.t f'IR1IT. TOI.'RYDt.L ORDER OF PI 1RRNrAT11TU BL..no': Indianapolis. I I1853Thcreau's ud the...fir atarwcL Am mai..r..alhave sy.son-
N'KLICF: dews, .w--t-
wieh propaganda. The ""'oice of America"may pation in public affairs by all citizens is IN, AVO CHANCrRl.FOM 'U.'ReI'T"'. I 1 43* Ranrrof Concord and M'mrnac"Week Risen'published on the' cost together-tb. rtsltw. .9-c

.- graduaHy work some truth into the sound. Certainly, it ,,'ouldbe: well if m r: *r'*rn>pTtos.e ,..*11-2>r **. Too sae are Itttfo.hereby California.required. to appear ; his first book and at

.... of who GRIFFIN I t. the BUt Af Comlatnt for his- Some 700 of
thinking people have been unable every individual in Democracy would DtJaE LEE own expense.
I A VINOR.OMB itrce in the above Myled raiiser f 1rr.ilAt, MIL prod.......... fi"l"
to get the facts but it is not an easy task or take enough interest in public affairs to *:H WF BMCATION *r .before the 22nd. da> of Novemfcer original 1.000 returned to him as
To: Clutton Oriffra.Reudeaee A. T 1'4) otherwise the unsaleable --- -
one to be accomplished in a few weeks. be vitally concerned with the outcome of r/nknawa. allegation e.nfessed.therein Kill be taken 1886President Cleveland& -
It b hereby ordered that you arereovtred a"
!. In the long run, if the peace of the world an election. Nevertheless the physicalact t. appear on the lth dayof Tills.. Order I* to be_pu.. l "hedne dedicates the Statue of Liberty j i
November 1948 before the a week fur four n e f'aft''b* kept: the peoples of the world may of casting a ballot is not the desired above entitled C..rt to the Petition seeks In Th. Key "'e"t {Citizen ane in m the..
.. of a million people. ;
*paner published in the City of presence
r uo*!.n4a.d what L* going on and comprehend goal and it may not indicate that the individual for the Adoption aboT _tMled filed against case and yon the in Key wFlcorida.. 1833-Mayor Carter H Hami i

the difference between the poli- has any interests whatever in Key WM a* the Citizen_wp&a ie hereby>er in dtotfnated which,, day 1KVSE.f AND(16Nr.ORI A. ERFn IX 1>4,this. :'th son of Chicago asaasslnated1919U. : I'm f'Th Ii
,Seal) ROSA C : "F.R. S. Senate t
this Order shall be published ogee repasscs
.
.fer .r thin country and Soviet Rucsia.i public affairs. a reel for four i-w et..tlv weeks. Clerk of the Circuit Court.Mvnroe Prohibition Enforcement BillProKrdeM's
i .
VV1t Mi the Ho.nraMe Aqnilln County Flori i I. >e.. Jr. as OB* of the Jn.!ite* of By twli Anne C Iungsurh.P.pat' ever VMO. I1S24
.: ... NOW WE HOPE irs SO The individual or the nation unwilling this Court aid the seal of this .,'I lerkll -The Dawes Reparation 1V
Court I. the ('fty of Key ty..t (! AIA.VN B. CLEARS JR.Atfrney Plan in effect. i.

to fight for its rights is not entitled to Florida this Ulh day of October, for.et.Plaintiff 21':8HOT; .4-11_IMS. 1925-Beginning of court Martial -

1 i-: Competent Washington analysts pre- any. nuL) Elks C QARTF.P. i of CoL William Mitchell of
Clerk Circuit Court:: '
iTHB .R"I'IT roi RT OF Tin:
the Air Service for
djttjhat bu iness is! going to continue good Monroe County. Florida. ELEIE\TH .11011 <'111(1 IT I Army 1V'
By (Ud) Kathleen NuttageDepvtv criticizing the service. J
VI- THE 'T.'TI OF II.ORIUA.IN
for several' months and that jobs are to be WORLD CAN FEED ITS;'PEOPLE Cl>,rL.. 4NU FUR NUNKUt. t'Ol NT1IN ,i 1942-Americans fight stub-,

.. plentiful profits good dividends ocLl4211aov.i.1l45.OTICR ('HNC :R1. bornly against the Japs on
higher -- Car N.. II.... J, .

y ad prices firm. The iviseacres say that There is no reason, asserts Dr. CharlesE. \ .'PI"l.U'"O'8F ITCTl.TO FOR "\MIKE.'LDI..H."E FRANK ALLEN FLORFNCE.Plaintiff: Cnadecanal.1945Gen.. McArthur orders ]I

the next set of problems are at least six Kellogg chief bf the U. S.J K 015.RCE. Christian; '' '
Departmentof Probate Law nJn: : P.<'<"C 'RT I>EL'RE3 FI.'RENCE: I i the Japs to restore the
months down the line in 1949. but these Agriculture's Division of rSoil Survey, ix rerMT OF THE rotTJtUCR. efendant institutions. i; 1r
ORDER
'Mt'ROF..t: 'TT.TATE OF P\-BLIt-ne i
prophets are very cool right now when why hunger as a factor wording againsta PIt0RITPIn e. iLVKIDa.IN ,. TO:Rosemary Pelores Florenre civilian 19-te-TI'U1I1aI1 atomic names energy an board aB- :

peer consider the fact that nearly all of secure basis for world peacfe cannot be re the Estate ofLAVTRLNCE I 21 1' Third S-treet N. E.. beaded by LilioathaL1947House
t \\>&hingt B. n C.
them hare been IlUffering'with the jitters removed. : ., SW'EETINGDeceased.. TOD are hereby required! to appear j Committee oa
To All \Vfcom It May Concern; I t. the Bill et Complaint. tordivorre I Un-American Activities cites (
-. 1iis1ce the Presidential" campaign opened Dr. Kellogg disagrees! with some Notice Is hereby give that James In the above entitled. cause 1 three more HonV.oodA.'nt rs'
William Hasklas has filed his .n the Zkth day of November l'4i. ,
weeks ago So. In the -vernacular population who have who refuse to tell whether they
; experts warned ns final report as Eiecntor: of the estate '! otherwise allegations thereinirttl
of Lawrenee _....tinlf. deceased be taken as -onfe!"ed were Communists.
: "Keep your shirts on. that the fast-growing population of the : that he Ua filed kin petition This order to Ve pn"li!n>4 ..area
for final dlsrharre and that week for four coaaecotiTe week
I
world threatens to multiply the humanrace be. will apply to the Ho ora.blRaymond in The Key \\e.t Citiien a new -

'! Housekeeping is a lot of work for the so fast that there will not be enoughsoil I I Monroe County R. Lord Florida County Judge on the of paper rida. published In Key West Fl. 1 TALaI

'i women who actually keep house. to provide food. sixth day .f N vent>er. 1)41. foeappeotal 1>M and Ordered this ISth day I
of mara and for float disthanre of Uitober A. D. 1948 laTARLait
Dr. Kellogg thinks that better of as Execvtor of the estate of (SEAL) R..w C "Sawyer
a use Lawrence frwectinc. deceased Clerk of the Circuit Court .hrrt. air .
5415154 .
The person who calls himself the existing farm lands prevention of erosion rated on this Uth day of October Monroe County Florida s
1548. By: (...a. Anne C Longworth. A awd. .rdl rrfrrhintl l% ..hithrill ... i..5 I .Is.
.
vet4m of circumstance is often to blame and development of new lands wilt enable JAMES tVlUJAM HKIN Deputy ClerkPaul / .'*-.''.... .
Kxecntvr of the Esta.e of E. tlonr) b l! a..Uimi,
Sawyrr. = .* > < ,t< 1-"'" t-
:;
: fw the circumstances. the earth to feed its people. -' La"rence Sweeting deceased Solicitor for the Plaintiff. I

,., oct.ll.i-8.av.4.1MS. ..i--ll-l'.ltti I .
.
"1_.. ., ,, .. ._ ... .-4 >-_tt --ft: rn -

... '
.
--- --
,
; '! t: 0" ..






.



-.r

..... -w ........... .....:. '. ...
-

-



-
-
.
.
; t '
.



i ,

} .I-
'
I

THURSDAY.. OCTOBER 2d. ) 8. :.----;:...<_._ '::'T HE"--KEY- WEST:..

Nation Not- Very Exdte4.1- : The Weather;; .':'CLASSTFiED"ADSfor ;; :



I FORECAST | :1

Presidential Race I 1 I Key West and Vicinity: Cloudy

with intermittent light rain thru

BT EDWARD K SIMS i i I Friday. Fresh easterly winds,' IDfonnatioB the ,Advertisers .

The Cltiuai WuM.a ton Correspondent |i becoming strong offshore 4 I i ttTIt FOR RR6OT.&R ..* FATMRXT
BLACKFACE TTTC Payment for classified adverttiiwheat.
WASHINGTON-Tb pe.*idanliol race fa expected to be i Florida: Cloudy with !. 'avartaWJ' In arirane. fcel*
as dull at rain south Atvertlsemests 1111481' this head tegular advertisers with ledger a-
in
as both aouoacd coa..ntions1cxOldinq to the siajor4f .
will t>. ln...ted' In Th Citi" n al meats may have their advertises
opinion d news analysts base in Washington. Now. on the Fuday. Liitle' chang ocexsion\\the rate .t Sea word for .*rt la. meats ohmvirrd. .f. 'I

.w .i the great toui-joar roe for President of the United, perature. tefttoa.the first but IS the word minimum or. Ie.charge. U 0c.rnT To nni.uATione.nu insure pafcHcatton. -.r al mass:

State*. there is little excitement and surprisingly little heated i .Jacksonville. thru the The it t_ kl..kf._ ,ri. Ie Ie -a be IB The Citiaea office btfofe 1|
4aaaie. .. .' '. tr.: its: Moderate northeast to ford" and the' mlithitvm cftarr tor o'rluck: tn the morning or the afl .
ment* : "
I the tint IS word U 45c. of puW wtioa.: :* .. 4r '
hi the past lour presidential election year Franklin Celine ei winds in north portion and j

Rooevvehft enemies were sure they, would .tfetea;; Him moderate to fresh east winds oc- .:.. }
Boonreh'a ; cesionaliy strong of shore, over AU a4rth. I. aenpt" ..4er Cite toll.wleg ..M'tt.R'fa tb.acedt *
fatthful the. outcome. : ,Whey(..
were eager to argue : south thru 'Io t. cf error la advertising, tra..l nt or contract The Citizen will.b
portion Friday.
knew ROOMV.U pulled out such'a large vote--faom Jha.poorlprrii reapneaitd..wae ...'th. first la.-.Ur. hi (1...in.. A.v.rtUta*. and to .1
Jy cloudy thru Friday with t>ccafeicnal Inlw .........,_ for only the axrtual mo_t .* apaoe oeu i4 fcy Jbe.
a that expects were likely to be fooled. And: the erpett rain in south portion. part o C the ad ert...ineat wb.... the error o v ir.. '

*. and acm* polls were tooled .by the Roocevelt'ottrc '..ion.I East Gulf: Moderate northeast aaa -. aa. .- aa .- tsaaa -. Q3eassa .- aihiS
now.v T. MM year its outerL -* 1 to-east winds in north portion .
... ThM le ..... pMlbe j and moderate to fresh east winds WANTED I y FOR SALE .

.!.. tarry Truman will be elect < Before I in south portion thru Friday. Oc- ,
wl art few and far between. (X Hearing I cc-'tonal rain in south portion AU qualified voters to vote NO Gray'marine engines and service-, .
.%.... I C. R;,Smith. opposite Firestone
they may be the few 1 Western Caribbean: Gentle to for Amendments 1 and 2. Be-
*rb met riffct but il the average Federal j jnrwa JudgeOn !. moderate variable winds thru ward Good Schools Apply: Station, Marathm. tct I-tmb_

.*..,.u know anything Friday. Cloudy with scattered Classroom Taachtts.- I,
afenut the .revolts Tom Dewey showers. oct26-Ct, Whhe enamel, $2.75. OutshJe
wiii .. F.E.G RH.JACKSONVILLE I white paint $2,75 and er
tee lame floor when I I Small craft warnings are being $3.75 "
Cile*.s katm to the nextl displayed in the Key West area. }t i gallon,; up. 50-fL W' ganfei
TR
tiM..,'. .PMWI
'AM .ftWa>y. the- average (FNSX.-Federal Judge Louis W. REPORT I,r Olivia, 'Phone 1597. joctl-tf
reeves rPorter her m Washing- Strum will begin a hearing January { Key West Fla.. Oct. 23, :948 'I' Driving to Connecticut on or
'- thesis Uw nation hasnl had 10 on the Interstate Commerce (Observation taken at City Office, about Nov. IX Take two female =;!,2 dinettev..2 steel bed;, 3 innerspring -*

*... Ie ce.... .... Dewey has Commission approved plan I 8:30 a.nu, EST) i passengers. Share ex i iI j i mattresses, 2 dressers;

aa. pM of Ma lei low ng because for reorganization of the Florida i Tem&rarures I penses. New car References i iI i. I chest of drawers (all in good

.d She w.*kfirn exhibited by past Coast Railway. The plan I Highest yesterday 'n ,h"- _n' 77 I exchanged. Mrs. Saunders.I i condition). 703 South Street
..... t hM opponent. Some of provides for consolidation of the Lowest last night ,- h ," 72 I, Call a51-&L oct2T-21x| Call morning. oct23-5tx

tft..e for Drwey merely want W FEe with the Atlantic Coast Line Mean nn ,-__- --- <* {t, :

Uhf ....* *l she dead wood clear fiaio d.Objetotions. Ncrmal '_m_, 77' HELP WANTED-4dALE I I i Stephanotis.' bougainvillaea :blbisciis. -

.. .set ( Wa.hi \s* Other and claims- for'> Precipitation j [I frangipaniespalms..
..... iU torn ce.ange.t Uable been Total last 24 hours .04 iRS.
M a eqTruman's treatment have Salesman, permanent position :} crotoni. cacrtK. aralias.*-ther
supporters though bled by nine groups since the ICC Total this month 5.66 ins. with old established northern I i plants. 1004 Southard Street
,#w. see **t wh *>prd up at the made its ruling Included'amongthe Excess th -1 month09 ins. manufacturer ter jobber conJ J 1 J Phone. 1049.." oct2 -28-Hx
lliin* CIIIMu n.an's reelection. objectors are the -St.-Joe .Paper Toial this year 45.53 ins. tracts. Experience helpful but''

1\.., aN far Tr1 nan. They pomt Company,, subsidiary of thadoPont Excess this year 11.61' ins. nit essentiaL Write Citizen. ; WilliamMary period. Schraff
slat IVwey"* a weakness And .interests in Florida which Relative Humidity. Box CAB. oct23tj,' grand piano. Reasonable. Telex
rht's afeewt all They don't feel haby 10 far sought unsuccessfully'" 8:3'1 ajra. I phone 136. oct26-5t
aRepred Truman record He for control of the'FEC. The company 84'V.Barometer '

I- l we swath guy named Harry; owns more*than SO per tent Wanted-JanitOr. Apply West- Howard floor model radiophonOI
tile,. admit but add that be'. the of the'defaultaf first and refunding -. 'I (Sea Level). 8:39>> 8Jn. ern Union. oct28-3t graph combination Sacrifice.

Ut' bf the ....p. bonds of the FEC. 29.96 ins.-1014.6 mbs. Studio couch. $50. 0. Numerous
And M there M no dynamic Tomorrow's Almanac Wanted-Messenger. with bicycle. 'i, other household articles.

Under ., the pesrple this year- Dates Fixed I Sunrise 6:32 a.m.Sur Apply Mr. Jones, Wtcternj'i 611 William Street oct2 -3tx
war capture the fancy of John I >"*t ---- 'nn__ 5:49 p.m. Union. oct28-3t''
1Q. PuWie. If* just a matter of Moonrise 3:42 a.nv
J --"-
Notes each. Art-
i (Promissary), lc :
picking out the best looking lames For Veterans Moonset ,." ,___,-_ 4:15 pm j HELP WANTED- ;j' man Press, Citizen BWg; Phoney
m a small stammer lemon I MALE OR FEMALE 51. BUg2-tf
fray' Maybe singular com TIDES
.......11\ peeaonakty will de-
& Monthly Report (Naval Basa) i\ill-lime organist. First Baptist Complete set bathroom fixtures.Second .
..... out of the .
+ p present crop -, -
Call Mrs.
I Tomorrow Church. Salary, ; hand. Phone 68-M.
in*** what the nation stout r epeelat t.Ttoe mlltw) (Eastern StandanJ Time) Thelma Porch, choir director,, oct28-2t .

1 M1AML Oct. 28.-Veterans in High Low 147-J. oct27-3f -

Public Law 346 job training and 7-27 a.m. 0:55 a.m. Regular $2.75 .G-E. Christmas

Judge Grants 1' in schools below the college level 7:47 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Manager for small hotel. Cou : tree light sets, complete: $L7$.

I I must submit their monthly reports ple. Apply P. O. Box 708. Can Poor Old Craig 1019. White
of training for October ta ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA hold other position. ct23-tf Street. -cj28x
'
Injunction OnAmusement I I[the Veterans Administration by (Reference Station: Key West

!November 19 or their subsistence Time of! Height of FOR SALE-USED. CAk$'''' ,
Wanted man or .
-Typist young :
allowance wiU be suspended. .
Tax StationTide ;high wale School graduate
This directive was issued to Cahi2 Honda woman High 28. Mr Jones.' J941 Packard cenyertible, 'eX e
21 to Apply
"veterans tod:y by Earl C. Adams (bridgeOh 10m 8.G ft Western age Vn en... oet28-3t. t tWANTEDSAt.t lent condition' ,lout mileage., .- ,
'ST. PETERSBURG. OcU chief vocational rehabilitationand No Name Key ,'. ,.. : Reasonable.. Phone 136. '
(FNS--Ctrruit Judge Victor O. education division, VA Miami j I (east end __ +2h 20mBoca '' i j ..: ".. ' "
Ntti'hp issued an er uan1 I\I' regional i iH office who added that I] Chica ME ,'. : i' oct264ti a..

.IrtKwtres JrV ,'similar reports will be due for}I (Sandy PointJ-Oh 4Om ? Limited ,Buick excellent
1 ]
f *
tefflp nc.
each month hereafter. IS. Burden ,
W. was
reports Four
.
Caldes Channel years ago condition new tires radio sun, ,
lawn eh n their tppeal against the are-due the first day of each succeeding )I (north end) --2h 10m +1.4 ft. in,poor health because of con- vi"or. Contact, Quarberg. U.s.
ntjrs new amusement' tax. (I month and must be in 1 oOo fining work. He left a good job Fleet Sonar School, Phone Ext.

At a hearing hell on October the hands of the VA by the 10th. NOTE: i. as Shipping Department Foreman 296. .oct28-2tx;

14. he had since in favor of their J I The report covers the veteran's (-)-.Minus sign: Corrections in the factory to sell
teriletitl.e' that the ten per cent otttl.ndo"mnU' t and prograess to be subtracted. Rawleigh: Products in South 1941 Buick Special convertibfe.
and is ..ertltied by 'the veteran'sj Corrections to Shelby County, Tenn. He is
tax {mpcrd on gross admissions (+)-Plus sign: Reasonable. 148-F .Peinciana.
job or echo*} trainer tir-supervisor health and
'Wits ffrrt be added. now in much better ocU8.1t.
and
prartwml operation '! -
-*nd by the VA training officer the profits from his businessare
cumdtutes the imposition of I I assigned to that establishment or three times what he was
ntnrvnte tax in contravention of CARD OF THANKSWe FOR SALE-HOUSES
Ar1iiW schoaLSome! making as a foreman. The**
IX Sr 11 of the eonsti- wish to thank our
'tiii" many is an opening like Burdens m Five-room practically
the state of Florida. friends for their kindness on the bungalow
CMdr attorneys had argued tM Teachers occasion of our recent bereave- City of Key West right now. i furnished. Two bedrooms. tile
We invite correspondence or at f! bath stall shower electrically
t.* to a graduated excise based on loss of belovw ,
in the
ment our
VMS ",",pta. They said it was Charles Ashe.l'e also thank letter of inquiry if you need equipped kitchen, brsakfast-
m MM form ., an crupaoonal tax. tiGetToo: outside work to improve your porch, glassed-in front porch,
those who sent cards telegram
lUwewr. Jde "RVhle in ..is.... health and a good income in a. overhead fans throughout Corner -

dee stated that an vxammanon of Old'To Learn and floral THE pieces.ASHE FAMILY. business of your own. Write, lot 100 x 100. Fenced-ia

the previsions of the ordinance UIs I Rawleigh". Dept. FAJ-660-216.1 yard. Separate laundry unii.
.aJy aufrictrat U esuMith that |I oct23-ltx Memphis Tenn. ; By owner. Reasonable. Phone
.t ..$ u SMMtiHnu>naI and void ij: RECIFE. 'Pemambuco)-A I ocU:5-27-28nov1.3-4-6t' 1114J. oct26-5t
RENTROOMSTOWN
OHaHam' ys MiAcaUd they CO-year-oid teacher at a public FOR

wiCappeal t* the State Supreme school la Recite $submitted request HOTEL. DOUBLE FOR RENT-APARTMENTS House, completely furnished.
Q.ur1. I,i to the government asking i Large lot 1414 Leon Street.
ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4 '
I| for a.,three-month leave..Gov. Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and ocl23-6tJC

165 I.R(ISI.ECTIVEOMktiajwrd ;| : Barbosa Lima, after DAILY.ROOMS.LIMITED$BO PER NUMBEROF MONTH. bath, Maid and janitor -services '

( From One j 1 I reading. the requt-;t, wrote: Tak- oct28-tf linens and utilities fur : Waterfront home, landscaped let
Pare )
linj Into account the age of the nished. Summer rates. Coral i 50 x 100. furnished, two bedrooms -
Ha '**.k.Sft'It Equinaldo. Chas.* )Pi- feasoc. I grant the request, 626 Grinnell % Hotel Apartments, opposite PostOffIce. ], ,'. two baths, electric! '
I. Ca Armando Furnished rooms.
Arevrdo, :Tedj
j bocunpanied with. my best wish- oct.'l-Stx: ,, kitrtien. Bargauir for *".ujck
Agrees Harry Shaw. flaG ble week. oct28-3tx
; to her far per
acquiring somettknwatary Yacht
in downtownarea. Avenue opposite
.. O. Ladd, Jehn B. Webb VirginieNeadoza notions of Portu Studio apartment .
,
MarshalllStudio. I Club.
RENT-\tOTEL ROOMS $20 a week. I
FOR
Henry F. Sawyer, "
I fame ,spelling and grammar. oct2-sat-tues-thur
1021-J.
I Orarfe L. Babcock, Clyde Coffee I '. .. '
'R-.pM'II&' Overseas Hotel, low oct26283031xFurnished !|
i
, ,NAVY IMPROVING TRUCKS
| FOR SALE
-
I
JCHarfc I. Park (Toots John shop, bar. oct2-26t ;
It K rr. Ad Mo Para Jefferson' Continued From Page One) 2 l-2-room apartment. I
H KiMfht. Jr, James E. Moore the fact that the Navy has not FOR RENT- Utilities 'furnished. Childrenunder : Low priced used trucks: Dodge

Jane Gonzalez Lumlev Park been idle since the end of the BUSINESS PLACES 1 year accepted. Apply pickupton; International
lost And Naval octl-tf!: 1%-ton; International I' -ton.
William J. SdMnrck. Paul J.tar. war. insofar as 915 Windsor Lane.
!
$ Albert Valdes Angueira. appropriations allow it will continue i;I FOR RENT-Business Places ta _!' van body. All trucks in guod

1:&aria Fetnandex, Robert ILGraham. its research Into the ever I|I Large store. Reasonable. 923 Studio apartment $22.50 weekly. j i I running for condition. Cart 8 A.M.in per-to
Bill Crtt\ William A. ChangingNaval aspects of national -|! White Street. oct26-5t Near beach. Electric refrifera- son inspection.
9 A.M. Cabrera Wholesale
''f-rtne RtnaeH Baker C-nl'U_ defense. j tor, hot water linens, every-l J l
Li-wn. W. Atticcod. Emilia F. TTils Navy is your Navy paid I I I MISCELLANEOUSWash'ers I II thing famished. Adults, no I', Grocery. oct25-tf
.
for nd accountable to
by you j jj
OMTSI. Robert J. Lewis, Jade B. pets. Apply 1214 Duval St.
1tM-twt drort JM.' Whether it remains strong irons, vacuums and oct26tuesthurssattfFour !J FOR SALE-BOATS AND
Ralph Camus. Eric Gwynn.1 in the cure whether it continues I I fans repaired. O'Briant Phone I" MARINE MOTORS

Paul E. Ecquinaldo. Benjamin C. to write additional pages I 1164-M. octl-tf apartments available. 411))I .
Rico cabin cruiser.
into eur' American history, depends i Storm-damaged -
enders John R. Kerr Jr.. t I William Street oct826txFurnished i,I
'
the individual 34'. V-8 85 Kp. engine with
_,
Archie R. O. upon you If in need of carpenter for repairs
Lowe Raymond
Amerkaa. citizen. or remodeling apply 1127 one-bedroom apart; marine conversion. Practically
Curry. C. W. McCraw, William B.t alt 6 my sincere belief that.a I I Southard Street Phone 172.oct283tx. $55.00.i I new. $500.00. Call Pat Patterson -
Russell, Arthur Mulberg. CharlesThotttpsun. ment for couple only.
stT ft. modern Navy'can be 1564-M. o 2a.3U
Phons
If. Albert Acevedo.arl equally as effective in 'pr verit- :I I plus water and \itifcties.

J. Ingraham. Rene Diaz. Lug future wars as it has been in ;,I REFRIGERATION"Immediate mornings, 1185-R. t 11 LOST -
Earl Ingraham, Philip Niles. Allied ct21-26-28-3 r
helping. win the past ones." I
L Bormon. John L. White.:! ,Other guests ofhe Rotary 1! Lady's brown plastic pocketbook..
Roland P. Ke ton. George XX iCimb a* the" luncheon included i' service domestic or One-bedroom furnished a partjment : Valuable identifications. Reward
-
owe=. I F. ;L. USN 'Om-I commercial. 'Holbrook Refrig- Priced with bath hot:
{
1 I Captain Busey < : if returned to: Informa-
IMm Eaquinaldo, Joe F. Jay mandhig-.otficer of the Kaal! eration Service. Phone, 724-W. water linens and utilities furn-| tion, Kress Store. oct28-3t

ci.ks Vernon Lowe Gerald II.Adams. AW ,Station and Commander, Eli ,h oct22-6tx ished. Couple only. $22.60 J .
Sr. Acitesan, weekly. Apply 923 White St.
CarljW Vinock USN, operations officerof t
Jtwncs J. M :Manus Alberto the Key West Naval Base. I STORAGE oct65tFum TO BUY SELLYour
sispo Edward! R. JebR3 ii.4 President Aquilino Lopez Jr..! or
Paul L. Mesa. Jr.. Donald J. turned the chair ever to Com- I Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture 6hed apartment.Apply 1123 LIQUOR or BEER

Carry, S. M. Whalton. Olive K. maDder Vinock who introduced !. of commerciaL Phone 798. Margaret Street Phone 84 -J. LICENSE Your
.
tiond. Evt4jo bctl-tf oct27-4tx or
Cabot Grover C. Commander HiOis.
AlUoy. Harry F. CWnchas i i BUSINESS in KevWALTER 'f'fil

I amid Crux, ArmtM A. Crusoe* _Dr Per d''! :ton Herring presitiea I GARDEN AND LAWNSUPPLIES FOR RENT-APARTMENTS -See--
Jr.. Harold A. Gibbon. L. C. Tay- ,' el the Social Science Re- AND ROOMS I BEEBE

Ur. Sr.. Albert BetheL t search Cotinril. born in Baltimore, j Associate
i jArchfe Roberta. Horace S.,t 45 years ape | Rose Bushes from Hughes Seed The Stutz Uc'teL 411 Fleming Fred Dioru Realtor
Ifsdlow. Frank, Papr, Ramon | Store in lots of seven, at $3.25. Street, has an efficiency apt. STREET
. Ruble Jr. Henry B. Haskins. A typical American house has I Key West Garden and Lawn and several sleeping rooms vacant 324 SOUTHARD 432-W 9150i
-
about' \,9M feet of electric wir- (1 Supply Co., 914 Fleming St. Low weekly or monthly Phones 166 -

Subscribe To The Citizen ing. (I TeL 1019. oct26-tf rates. 4 .octUf

.










.
&
-------- --- -



9 -. .

: ", ::.. c : '. .<_.: .!;.r .'i. -:.. ,:._

. ,
I .









PAGE FOUR 'tJ'HURSDAY. (1CTt.. 1. tM +t, a ,
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN :!:
_.
--,-- --.. i ,_. ._-* r.c ._ _
.
---- --.--- :-

:' ,'t---_ tllll llUl IllVm"lIlJmlllm""lI1IIttn tIlIlIWlW1UllUlJlI uuuail>fAIllwlallwmlalwatiat( lbinAUnfi Calendar Of ::1''Nita: iiie G"'cyJl "irict DullmAs "'AD


i .. SOCIETY NEWS EventsTHURSDAY I .
Coming Society Editor Of The Cftlmm \.1

By NIflA LESLIE GULEY ; OCTOBER 28- I It is with very great pleasure ar at ...... .. ......... r trbHK PI

t, The Citizen 'offi.ce-Sl American Legion Auxiliary that I find myself once again goes

'. Phones Residence-629-X} Post"Joy Shop Nite." 8 p.m. in i Society" Editor ,of The Citizen r ,.,... .... IutL
Home, Stock Island. J .... .... .. .
f after
interim of fifteen .
nWDlUImumWllllllllUDllWnWIllUDUIIWWUII an nearly ..
i '. AlllUnlllmMllllmmllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllmllUWllUuun Joint ,Meeting Intermediate j oUwr ... ditlltrwl.. .
and Senior Girl Scouts, at : '
.
years
tat
; Banquet Tonight Honors State Regent Wesley House on' Varela St.t!; .Newspaper work was my fir day add L.4UI tdie. taaw. walt .. -

'l 4 from,3:30 P.M. Guest Speaker love twenty-five years *go,. rhen i;k.tt-t.rpa4.1. .w.rts.fa ? 3*** CT -.
; Of Catholic Daughters Of AmericaAt Navy'lirObserTance'orNavy
I .
: I burst -upon a completely 1wIt tSdI .lll.
Day._ I ten Hiq ...... stt.d Nr 1'a
aUk'tra&)ka :enttrtl
;
State 'diptater
Annual Banquet Honoring Re.-{ ) ,
Installation Of Officers
nothta* .!.* .w Hlt law
'0. 'gent 'of' 'Catholic1-vDaughters: (ested-in-me newspaper wdrkL I *.' ..
.
,e*rtll. Mill! I.... I .
The St. Mary Star of the Sea I company with Mrs. Viola McCabe, I of'America MrsTMary. YIan -i': vMrn'm'yMate'tWns. '!eaftr. to' .fata.Mr.

Court of the Catholic Daughters Grand Regent of Court Miami No: ,Duffy's. Tavern, 1,7:00: !' full M fllusioris that I must have t MMwea. r .. s HM. ice.-el.
.' of America will tonight honor the 262. 0 P.M. ..:Fallowing. Banquet,!I seemed utterly ridiculous to tht I I .
t! I.oefai I..M.. yep III ...... .
.::, State Regent Mrs. Mary Ybanez Following the banquet formal Installation of' Officers: j i| veteran ..members the Fourth:'. p.,1.., *JI.Jtra
"''-s, -' of Jacksonville, at a banquet to be installation of officers of > the Court St Mary Star'bf the I I Estate; bouncing with youthful .... ... --- ... a t.ttr ,

.. i held at Duffy's Tavern beginning Catholic Daughters of America Sea No. '634,"Stl Cecelia's. '.1 1 I vigor, and firm in my eonvtHtofl e+. M .. tl.Ae1'w :
,. at-7 o'clock. Court 634 will be held in St..Ce- Hall'a' Convent: "' j that I wad going to be the .....- .r .- irl elr .

.:Mrs. Ybanea? visiting the lo- celia's Hall at the Convent of Bingo Game sponsored byj, est newspaper woman el M I 1 ....$ !111,11 M .. tciI ..

.. ,.'.; cat Court of the organization, in Mary Immaculate. Catholic Daughters of Amer- time. !I''... ... M .... ..... .*..*

.; oJ' __ _. __ ___ .__._ __n_ _- -- __.--1.I .- ica of St Vincent de Paul Ah welL We lire and ......I ... 11IIH .
I and Holy Name Society, i r -
Intermediate Training Union Of 8:00 P.M.. at St Mary's Par- -- --- bar.'llari.

ish HalL Emits Of JI' ". .'

I-i !Baptist Church Entertains Unit FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29- Remaining NuiyTHURSDAY. > .... T. .

: Officers Wives Club Luncheon OCTOBCR 21- 'Ir

1 Of Sunday School Intermediates 12:30 p.m., in Commissioned 6:30 P.M.-NOYT Day Di...., li+.... Oti F:..
Officers Mess, Ft Taylor.
and ..-..
On Tuesday evening of this lowe'en spirit Refreshments appropriate Mrs. William Warren, guest FRIDAY. OCTOBER99s 9 : <

.. week the Intermediate Training I, to the occasion were I speaker. lamtlerlni- .
!
4:00 P.M.-NaYJ Day ... ... iRswss ..
; Union of the First Baptist Church served and enjoyed. t I Poinciand Scho&l has Hallow- 1 I -
entertained the Intermediate Alene Speer was the winner e'en Carnival in school build- AmerieG. W-.y .

Sunday School Department at a of the prize for the best cosI ing at 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31-

,ii Hallowe'en party in the Church tume; Laverne Carrero won the I Harris School Hallowe'en Carnival 1:00 P.M.--GoW TourpanwM. Key w.. y 1

ii.,. J j 1.Annex- apple-eating contest award, and' on school grounds. COUIM. N..7..HM .% HaV JBjBB, apj
.--'::... 5. :;It was a gala occasion, with Calvin Willard emerged the vic SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30'Fleet team DO ..try k.. 1

fun, and laughter in the true Hal- tor in the musical chairs game.Regular Reserve Auxiliary spon- ," .1 XD P14.-BaMbaU Gals m thN.*.. --
.... ..._ sors Hallowe'en Costume I 1 J. MMl
Ground FAS. ... ...... ..t, t
--- ----- - ---- -- ----
t ttlL'4- Dance, 9 pan to 1 ajn. in I.
.
Icon CtrHtaM
:
Fleet Reserve Hall, 418 s ant. *d
Vi
Meeting, Key West W OIJUl1 's' Front StreetHallowe'en '. I 4:00 PM.-BaebaU Can* at .. ; .

Ground ,.WI:. ... t
,
Costume Dance at : ..'s "
.Club To Be Board Of _. .
Postponed ... '
; S ; Commissioned Officers Mess, -- -- w.
.1' Ft Taylor. r-f' i .... ,fit
Q.c ... ,Directors To Meet November 3 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21- I l Kiicanis Hoard i Pythfaan Viiltttltlttlllf
-- Key West Community Singers 1 Ct.
The regular meeting of the ercise her voting right and go to meet at 3 p.m. in High School To Meet TonightJames 1 +l' lmApply 11k

Key West Womans Club sche- the polls. i f Annex (entrance on UnitedI .
duled for Tuesday afternoon, There will be a meeting of th I St) to practice "The Mes- W. Murphy and Jatk Delaney I I Call illrrtlNK.y ftI.I.
Board of directors.of the Club' siah". both employed in .Ned:
November 2nd. will be postponed held on Wednesday, November3rd w... .... ...... .
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5- service at the naval........ wore I ..
to the following Tuesday, November at 3:30 p. m. at the home of Bingo 8 p.m, Cuban Club.i received into membership lm the K.relw N arbadtrs
9th. the president. Mrs. Lee Goddard Sponsored by Monroe County I NIl war wwnet. UM 1 iey
This postponement is due to 417 United Street at which time Hospital Woman's Auxiliary. Key West Kiwanis rtufc at life j i.. ...... .. ...... Wei -

-. November 2nd being Voting day, will be discussed, among other I Tuesday night meeting at South':, ,.,.... ..... .. "--IIi
matters, the Key West CookBook Comdr. Beach Restaurant i j i ,.. ........ ...... ..
and the Womans Club urges which the Club is sponsor, Parhant Both the new members Law u.t ..... .... .:;,

strongly that each member ex ing. long been active civic wwrkenl n.nf1.Me .., 1'.
... Talks To LegionCommander 'I. ar.hwt .
----- -- ----- ------- I here through the Juraer CKam I w stew A.

I!I ber of Commerce. .n.... short j ji !I NW, J f"I. ,.,.," -
W. B.
Navy: Wives Held Installation Parham,'j i ceremony inducting tK. n .... the I 1 I...... N.rft a-
I '- I. First Lieutenant U. S. Naval club the hope was e.pfMie< "' 't __ -,

t. \. '.And. Dinner On Sunday Evening Station,was the guest speaker at' them civic c..'vets will be .. Tit :
,the regular meeting of Arthur!:tinued through IQwaaM.I -"I'"I'I WfPl b ACELEM;

''t., <33ie LaCoucha Navy Wives so officiated at the club's two. Sawyer .}ost No. 28. American I'I Comdr. Eli Vinock. upon... AarU-' ? Iari S
,
,
-'Cubheld, installation services for' previous installations. officer U. & Naval B.*e. wa ....Re .. ...
,the coming year's newly-elected' Guests of the evening were, Legion, held last evening al the principal speaker q eutKned the !'!...... aflt o..r
officers last-Sunday at the ban.II Mrs. Eileen Coughlin, executive Post'Home on Stock Island. Commander important posi orf of Key West I, Mar Issas A |

quet'room Of-the South Beach secretary to the N.C.C.S.,""who:; Parham's address was,;as a defense factor in the U. S. I..U. lavry a..| .

Restaurant* The installation I also the club's first honorary well received by the membership I I I armed forces.' I, .,.,. w... at, _e .1H .
.:ivfecedddasy a dinner at 7:30 member Lt Joseph Kerwin, I It was announced that a m.>.. J.es..ad Orsa.rd bl we
for the members, their husbands,'!i recreation officer,at the Naval in attendance: His.dbject j ing1 of the board of diTertare WIll i I" TI Uf .

___ ._ and guests. -i'I Station, and Chaplain Sporrer. was "Today's Navy" in ohser-j{I be held tonight at pjn. al the I II I I TH .....** *t Mkt b.ris* 14
Because the. club received its The newly-installed 'officers Vance ot Navy Week.Plans"for of'th'e I I' home, of the president' tl* Firmjihg the fn>i*. S...Wst ..AI "1 Iii.

Charter Just'one year ago this are the Mesdames Vera C. Wood, the observance street y I 101 the (OO;p.S :, :a -.
',! Jeanne E. Reynolds. Armistice and the first as-i J Ut Mli
celebration
was 'also..an anniversary president; .
< niversary of the Pest Home on
I!
Schim-
Frances
: vice-president; .
.-;.. The banquet table was decorated -j!I meyer secretary: Helen Cherwa Stock Island were discussed.
with club colors of blue and I 1 treasurer, and Kathleen Aben-- Armistice Memorial Service will '
." gold. with the floral decorations I[: ante parliamentarian. : be conducted in the morning. A I ia" ,
.. 'I I I concert by the High*School Band
carried out in the same coldrH'as'; Following the installation the
was the general decor. '*'t I I president gave the club's obliga- I and games for all school children SIC"
'I I sponsored by the Sons of the Legion
Chaplain O. E. Sporrer the tion pledgeto new members a

Naval Station acted as installing Mesdames Jacqueline Hillier,I will ensue. in the after M' >....
officer at the candlelight cere" Iona-Aikei1;yet escfi a :ioc =and noon. .1
<...A. ancg'ifi teteeiftg. will r:1It
mony. Chaplain Sporrer had al- Genevieve Ewing.
conclude the festivities. Open
-.. ----- ----.--.. --- ----- I house will be observed from 12 STOMACH AILMENTS, WEAK KIDHITS 14
.

I Harris School P.-T. A. To Sponsor I II Unit noon members to 6 pjn., with serving the Auxiliary as hos- sad RHEUMATIC such -pIA.... ..PAINS............, Mer ARTHRITIS--. HIf.M,1. Cat.t .t. ,

: tesses. ...:. tack d 'i&al.n", feel. r.. A.w..L .. 1' s w .b_M,
Hallowe'en Carnival Friday P.A/ The Post and the Auxiliarywill Drugless Health q Read Whit THey i&y

attend church services at KEGARDLCS *f hew hag yees
Ghosts, cats, witches and bats I I houses, the famous "Hall of Hori i the First Methodist Church on have MftI a sstteres.,sad b.w .asa Car.Curt.
invite young and old to the Hal- rors." There will be hot dogs, edkiae. yes u. tried b.1.ea
Sunday. November 7, 7:30 p.m. 7- ... -- ...*. fr r.hrt M *- ..
lowe'en Carnival to be held on snowballs, cake. -candy, ice I I The=application of Raymond J. trr GLO-M1.NEBAU: lh w..a.rfal -
the Harris School Grounds on cream, soda and popsicles. Albury for '; mineral aM.wrek star nM aw n,
membership
was approved -
.'it% Friday; October 29. at 4:00 At 4:30 there is scheduled thechildren's .. satta .- fler *.. .tart = ...
I ; lag IL CEO-MIMtKAL e.a.... .; .....
C, o'clock, and sponsored by the Parade in Costume, I tlae earth a'.n'. IaWaWJ,
P.-T. A. of that school.There and prizes will be awarded to To- p{epare a will be fortune-telling the boy and girl wearing tha dish for- luncheon-'dish add 2 NO .U. NO bats/q draggy A h.
a .
I NO Up to NOT kakt ......,
,a witch stirring a pot of brew most original and attractive cos- cups of cooked rice to two cups'(t (.D1&I.. THai.,.'. laiassi.. VaWi.nt_
'and the. spookiest of spooky I tume. of white sauce that has had a cup i the .&4ftt. a.... reliable rnasNj farrbeawti.s > .
,
.,.1. ___ R of grated cheese melted in it stomach allmcMU arthritis- klcklr kida,.'..sad.. .......
I I Use Garnish with ,rihely chopped: mended kr the Mr4k f., ...i... Ti
.- Key West Girl At cocoanut as a topping for FOB THOUSAND .( year ever
baked custards muffins, cup] parsley.1'I I iate nipwrmtr wsa MM lathes .f .fwp.a
t cakes, coffee cake, lemon pie; it sedktM. siaersls sad .lb.r as.. l
Winthrop College name raccoon eraS c4ici-s veers a .aaaw. e.
I I will add flavor and interest to' was "arakun," meaning literally i edy (*r. m... ., ..r e.s..ta ad.aunts. .
an every day dessert "he scratches with his hands." GCU-MINEKAL m... earirb '
In South Carolina
I I.1 yarn kl..d.help t.make jos.M.eg, ti
---- __ .
--- ---- ----.1 fall .( pep. Ute sad ruftfi. If f9mtmittr ..
Joanne Patricia Watkins of Key .1I I frB trtlUnal kaemte, ,"
I encMaeM IMk .f vitolrty ..4enerry nIt.
West is one of seven Florida girls see .kal GCOOdlMJLU.will L. t ..

enrolled "this year at Winthrop I Rose dd. f.r yes.Amazing. .. .A ...
College the South Carolina college Bootery Results b.

for women at Rock Hill. MEDICAL rrcM a .*.. U-i al ...... 11IM rem..wy.r lit a'
.... .. ....
Miss Watkins, a member of the sea aDd WMBra.r.r U setter tnm 'M r:=:" _
junior class, is majoring in sociology I .triUeDa1 siaerat-I.a aM.... Si
Whea ysa feel wrY..., daft, Un4. s..es .r C'.w .. f t..
and psychology. She is a'! "SHOES OF DISTINCTION" Uzy, have ainy sprlU. *. aai...... fist ....... r.euss b -.f ..
member of the Student Government I .. wart .r play, a DMT a,,HM.. = ": pw.r.a
when lark .. ...d et.d.,...
Association executive j jars rye that krl kl
board spark. sad ,..r ..... br81/aart< par.- .. ......* sad
house president of her dormitory I /A when ileUM"pet le bn. a ,... M... -- .5. bs'. sew I
.
.
.
... .
and a member 5T various campus I Add To Your and yes feel ... ..,... year U-, ....tanes is d .ww ...
clubs. 17 sad IUr sews ReI w.rtb by1sg. M ..... e'e ........ sect
Joanne Patricia is the daughter! with worry .artac yes ...-... .. ........ ........
\ m \ I may be tRIpi lac-k .. .......... .s vets e_ ..aws
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Watkins of I Fall Wardrobe year ...... f.tlO-Ml.MBAL M
this city. .1 thea wkal y_ need. M '
I M.adsS. ;
aIlEt'M.1I01. a r U.r 111 are sb.. ,
dreadful diseases. Arid eaddittMi la tw.g k the .svgs ....,
Personal Mentions] .And Save the blood ta sties tkelr raMe. N bat 1h. ....ii ,... .bas. .. i
4 ..... ke ,... reawdyT! Far UMM beesb ..ar, sad see 'IS :fir
.1
G and af year aiiaeraU have ..... Ale ....... y..r sea yN .41w
Pfc. Waldo Collins, U. S. MoneyBesidcs '''. = used. relieve the pals sad .af feriee'vfjtkeir <- .......... ......... .
'r Army son of Mr. and Mrs. John i In g ., tll... ills, r..,.., .. law y. s ... M twh. ......... =:
.' J Collins of this city is visiting : / darken, (. I. ailatral es.. ... .... ....... ...
his. here -Y**** --r .i Vp U(< I* find eat*. *r reUef. Ta ..... a 4lfr...,...Al.;,
family for about
ten f ; late President RMeell aed U i. .
S days. Pfc. Collins had his boot ROSE BOOTERY HAS THE ORIGINAL ta Warn feptiac la Oerfte. He 100.. 6uarafttudlwe
FLATTERING -
training at Shepherd Army Air was belped is warld ... ..... .... l....& .. p.a, .. ley atyMtNtRAL .

Force Base at Wichita Falls Black Nusuede Sandals 5399 there take a year.Wonder ..... u. .....w ad MrMlr deag w.w eve a.y..

Texas. and upon the expirationof To Sell for MineralsYEAR Get ... ....... t s ... s wb t
Only after ...... .. t
his present leave will attend year. r*file t.a.aeral an I" pee ..a
springs aDd ..... (. driak .. .0 .
the 3840th Air University Wingat Coma In and Try Them On They're Cute You'll Love and bathe ia ikeir ............ wa> RtE.ARI.l-ass l.--- ...'....
Craig Air Force Base at Sel- Love "Em Don't Worry About Sizes-We Hare Them Ur. We have all heard ., ... w... bee b..a..Mev he "'
dran. .! ....,...
Alabama where he will > riai Iraa**, ..
ma. From 4 to 9-In All Olb.tW..4.=
t I Widths aDd 1.Tllnaiea la aaetoat &: .
study mechanics. Accompanying Greece wkere. L .. .... ...
ae rdta ta lei tad. id :
Pfc. Collins home were two Herrale tke cd*f eteraal.U a ta !
other Key West youths. Louis' ROSE BOOTER Y 5BlZll.rwU. .. t. ke farerer Its wslers. sad fa .-... w b .d"ti' .'
yemax.
Pineda and Hilburn Roberts. Jr.I' CEO-MINERAL _....,. ..... ::.:-w... .. ul II:

OPPOSITE LA,CONCHA HOTEL rala ya (ci $( lbs .*... k.M '........M. 1.CYX'T .....N-K...K-U 8
Next falconry, fox CENTRAL ,
to Mussing PHARMAiL
Wet.
Reed.Idly. .
as the oldest or all field spoils .:ft ,.... ,.. ? g
<
> >r U
__ ers shies .
-_ -- '- -- .,! add i s fee pasf.11 1




.

jti ..


1

-1...-.-.---



"... .. -"

r -.",- ": .. .. ." "" '."" ,,, d __" '"__'__"' ""--'-- '

,




... j
,
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1949 1 ,. .'... "., .. ..
0 I"THE KEY WEST. CITIZEN %. : ".., :- _'.-. ".. I.. i: # f........ ."1". ,



ADAMS DAIRY TO, U.S. NAVY.. GOLFERS TO t V


PLAY PLAY CIVILIANS SUNDAYPairings r WC HAW:
SPORT SHOP f51C. .: RAWS BUCK i HAWK

Announced J B

: OUTFIT TONIGHT! Today; Play Gets ,I MANAGER\ OF THE I

; -- -'-1"-' --......... Under Way At Noon, YEAR t t Rtgslnt et NeN CwwMsJ
'jirae4 CamewQf Season k On Basis
To lie I I'lactl Toiiiglit Handicap :.
Sports Calendar Pairings: ,were,announced today ,
; : r t .7 M+
At lla view Park
) ; .,
I for the golf matches en Sunday
'Robert Will Hurl SENIOR' SOFTBALL part Df'.the Navy Week celebration \ a1Zt xe f 1ti ..
Bayriew 4 :::
Park Nights.
for :members of the 'U. S.
Adam Dairy and Bob's Sport THURSDAY ,
Navy' ,and of the Key West Gulf i
Shop will play the season's First Game '
last Adams-;- Dairy vis. Club.,. '
fame of softball tonight at 7:30 Bob's Sport Shop. t
The play will get under way
Second
ia Byview Park. Buster Robertswill Game-VX-1 Flyers vs.
be the Kantor's Men's Shop.:: shortly 12 m. with the Navy team b bg Fl JS
on mound for Bob'sSport 4
I FRIDAY- f'Capt. C. C. Adell,"USN, coim
Shop and Sue
Griffen will j mander of the Key West Naval 4 jy.
do the tossing for the I First
Game-Elks Club
vs. Base and Commander., Thomas ..
Dairy nine. Bob's SpOrt.Shop. uddath,USN,versus Jack Sellers
la the nightcap the VX Adams'I Second
I I Game-Adams Dairyvs. and Charles Smith civilians teeing -
en' Will oppose the ._Kantor's Men's Shop. off.
--
The 4P'
Shop. Flyer arc fresh from The pairings /or the afternoonof
a victory over the Bob's Sport I I SKATING golf follow, together with the
Shop and they will be hard :to SUPER MARKET
brat I Bayvicw Park. Night times the various four-somes takeoff : a 3

"Curley" Sweeting or "Half- I I FRIDAY first and: naming of Navy players A ,'

"'"t" Williams will be on the I 7:30: to 9:00: p.m. HOP Capt Adell 14 and
mound for the Men's, Shop. '. White
c mdr. Suddath 14'vs.. J Sellers and Petronia Streets
TENNISBar.iew 2'and C. Smith ?. .
132P Barthcs and Peterson 6
How They Stand and Park.Nights Afternoons_- 'vL. 1L Knight and.I. Parks 3. 4) Mo.UR'S' STAR CELLO
139P-Shangula 3 and Sweeney VEGETABLESFresh
I I I Daily play. 3 vs. H. Mira 0 and J..Wira 0. .
J46P;-Hartzell 7, and Rogers 8 .
LOCAL SOFTBALL. SHUFFLEBOARD vs. G. Park; Q l and G. Valdez 3. j, FRANKS. lb. 49c
Class "A" I '(Barview Park) 153P-Wheeler 12 and Thur- & Wholesome'COOKWG
League Daily play.SENIOR. man 12 vs.J. Hayes. 5 and N. Art- -
Club- W. L. PetBob's man 5. : r -: SELECTED! WESTERN BEEF SIRLOM end T4tO,1E;
Sport Shop _. .10 2 .833 I I BASEBALLI ,1249P-Sossamon -14 and'Oyer
Adams Dairy .. 84 .667,: 14 vs.'Knowles 7-and Loucks 5. .
Vets of Foreign Wars 2 10 .167 i I, Municipal Stadiunv Afteraom >2P Goodman 6 and Matthews I (JP> Wirephoto" STEAKS
I I SUNDAY. QCTOBER 31- 6- vs. Spottswood J5.and.F. Math I : APPlES. lb. 74c
Class. "B" League | First Game-American Legion ers 7. WILLIAM ADAM (Bill) MEYer .
Club W. L. PcLJ I I vs. Red Raiders. 125P-Doucette '10 and Hillis I I (above). 56-year-old pilot of '
I j Second Game-Atomic Bombers 14 and Londeree CHOICE CENTER CUT PORK WIN
Elks Club ,_,__10 1 .909, 17 vs. O'Bryant the Pittsburgh Pirates has been 3 LBS
vs. Key West'Clowns.
|
VX-1 Flyers ,6 5 ..545Xtntor's ) 13.117PWicks.l0and
voted baseball's "Manager of
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7- :.Webb 9 vs.
Men' Shop 5 6 .455 I
First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. L..Pierce'9 and Kirchenbaum 14. the Year in the nationwidepoll ROAS.T Ib 67c
15 and Crawford : .
1242P-Brooks
American Legion. .
LOCAL BASEBALL Second Game Key West 14' vs. Tyson 8 and Elbertson. 9. ated conducted Press. He by nosed the out Associ-Billy .2'9' I. I I

KtJ West Senior Baseball League Clowns vs. Red Raiders.. 1228P Vinock 20 and Fitzgerald Southworth of Boston Braves.
(Municipal Stadium) THEREAFTERClubs 25 and B. Freer 17.and J. Mc- SMALL CHOICE WESTERN

clubW.. L. Pet will play in same.order Cardle, 17.1214PGillette.25. :
Confucianism teaches
an aus
Red Raiders 1 0 1.000 above but will reverse and Carruth-
as
R 25 C. Lewin 25 and J. Ko- tere morality to be pursued for :5PARERIBS t4
ers vs. 54c
West SWEET :
Key Clowns 1 0 1.000 first and second games. its own sake. >
25.,12NNelson
vash
Atomic Bombers 0 1 .000 Army Barracks. Afternoon 20 and Messick 20 4 .. .
American Legion 0 1 .000 To be announced. .
F.Faraldo 25 arid G:Archer 25. '
vs.
-1207P-Bische 20 and Maildekie RUPTURED ? Potatoes AORhU. { 'S VALVE : .
22 vs. Dr. Gonzalez and J. Gavil-I .
ACEVEDO ALBURY LEAD an25.1221P. .
-Sullivan 21 and Hanchett WE FIT BACONCLOVERWGE lb. 59c
21 vs.W. Vinson 15 and R.Hy-I NO'NSKIDEXCELSIOR < :
man 17. I 3LB$
LEAGUE IN BATTING 1235P-Cole. 16 and W.BctheIIS.Heg 14 'vs., TRUSSES GRADE "A"N
M. Sawyer 16. and
207P-Tomlinson 14 and Hart
,Inrlmlc; Fir>l Camq, J 16 vs. A. Demerritt and Hugh 29c .: ,
: EGGS '
Of Serolllillall Bob's Sports Want Moore.103P-10.Odell 25 and Haw 16 vs. CARTONS Doz: Ib. 69C

That Was Itla"t.11Lall I.[ -Lester 13 and Leo Lopez 8. I I12$6PR'Zow

Suiulu) Game With VX-1 vs. G. Carey 9 and 14 J.and Cooper Kasik 9.14 {d : BELL :' i W Ii '

214P-Cain 18 and Hattaway 17. t'Y
"*i batting averages of the Key Bob's Sport Shop soft Ball club vs. C. Harris 8 and Bob Saunders 49(1
r COLORED
j West Senior Baseball I League in I hereby challenges the VX-1 Flyers 14. YlflO (
f the first pine-of the second-half to a game or a series, of games Matches will start at 12 noon. J IN QUARTCBS Ib.
'pUjrrd. last Sunday follow: I any night...they may select for a Entry fee -OOc to be used for PEPPERS : ,
:
social bet .of eats and drinks for taaMYl.r. MAM I ty1ltt
,
,
1.f Pb7erAB R H Ave.Ki.Butler. prizes. Satisfaction Guaranteed warm .me"' /ti/it
all to be paid by the loser.
ClownS .343 1.000 All matches will be on handicapbasis. I 1 '
"Alooza, Raidc.1 1 1 1.000 This challenge was issued by ... fyjTSTOE of a surgical'operation. a n"H. 2 FOR .
OLEO
I Buster Roberts L. Casado. Castro **f truss comedy 6tud. u the only +al
lAruig Raiders 1 1 1.000JA.'Acewdo ,
J
Raiders 2 2 .667'G. Barber and 'Jack Villareal .................yyyyyyyy.i relief lor our n paucVuit Inra Dcrartmcnt and learn more d :
members of the Bob's'.Sport Shop i STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEr bout these wxnJcrful "trusses.
). Albury. Bombers 3 1 2 .667 ; 33c
NU-MAID lb.
O. Uclntoch. Clowns 4 0 2 .500 i jnine.j TRIUMPH Our Ardnmhial experienced Supporter fitters also.! ElastIC serve your HOFJCTT needsfar 15c
Falter Raiders 4 I 2 .500 j Shoulder Braces,etc..and our rmunahlr ptuxj, _
Gales. Raiders 2 0 1 .500 CONVENT FLOAT COFFEE will mrcly pIcaocGARDNER'S you. ,
Casftdo. Bombers 402 .500 (Continued From Page One) MILL PHARMACY
lleoriquez. Legion 401 ..250A.McIntochClVns5 I by the Navy Landing Force con- at
1114 Division St. Cor. Varela t Can LIBBY'S ReguUr Cia URnSUGAR
NABISCO Regular
0 2 .400 sisting of fine marching, well-dis-
9. CM. Sr. Clowns 3 1 1 .333 ciplined units of the Marines and till Grocer PHONE 177 FREE DELIVER "
Baker; Raiders 3 1 1 .333 the U. S. Sailors. AAA&A&A&A&&AAAAA&A' CORNEDBEEF
Dotnenech Raiders 3 0 1 .333 The Key West High School -- -- ----- ; ,CORNEDBEEF
Curry, Clowns 3 2 1 .333 band showed the results of its
Para Legion 4 0 1 .250 practice by marching and playing .
.
Rodriguez Legion 4 0 1 .250 beautifully. They were under the WAFERS HASH
Alee. Clowns 41 1 250 direction of Earl Dillon. LAST
A.'Dean. Clowns. 4 1 1 .250 The National Guardsmen madea .
..V* dez. Raiders{ 41 1 250 nice appearance as did the
.Santana Bombers 4 1 1 250 Guard of Honor of Arthur Saw 'fuaZ6c; 33c
Rr.t game was won by C: Al- yer Post of the American-Legion: 2 45c
tliunr and the second' by A. Dean. the Shrine Club Boy and Girl DAYSREMOVAL
'* \ The losers were Joe Casa Sr. in Scouts; the Charter Boatsmen As-
tta-fipener: and Rodriguez in the sociation; the Jayshees; the Vet No. 1 Cam ROGL7l'San
ROYAL SCARLET
a1 hkap. erans of Foreign War Auxiliaryand 8-Oz. C
the Chamber of Commerce.:
The American fox squirrel is The negro had Welter's band CRANBERRYSAUCE GREEN GIANTPEAS PEAS ANDCARROTS
the largest member of the squir- I and a representation from Douglass .
t rti clan, measuring about 25 High School.
inches in l length.: Usually red. Navy airplanes soared above the .
they are sometimes albinos or crowds in Duval Greene and
..toal l black. Daby squirrels are Whitehead street,. during the par 3

.t..n sb* t blind ffve and weeks.remain blind for t ade.Northwestern Montana has 24c '- 2 for 25c 2 for 25 $


_Subscribe! To The Citizen.. 250 glacier-fed: !lakes._ .
-- -----

: CLOROX Q TS. 15c ICLOROX v>.GALS 29c $

.1Il3eAnEarlyBird.
SALE
I Regular Size SKINNER'S"NO.,2 CAN Sacramento REGULAR CAN $


-.: 0' '. 1 ,.. RAISINBRAN : : TOMATOJUICE CALO $
Start
Let Your "Merry 'Xmas"
.. ..,

at Sears Order Office .''.,:'' ; '; DOG FOOD $


16c. 2 for 25C 2 for 25" i
Select Your Gifts from SEARS Package .

Paul SherJEWELER .
$
Biggest Christmas Book J : TALL GLA S PINT BOTTLE Church' NO. 2 CAN NOt1'lCHICKEN I


Now on Display at Our Order Office t GRAPEJUICE APPLEALAKING $


PHONES 1560 and 15SI -- __


Ii ram!I ROEBUCK: : orriciSIMONTON AND CO.ORDIR 532 DUVAL STREET SAUCE $


2 for 29c 23c 14c

and FLEMING STREETS J

i tr





I



_. .. ---' .1 ....:... --- -- a:,.,., ., __
--- ------ -



.......- ....... --:;;;:- ",.. 0' ''''' .. ...., : .::.- -.
-- ..r.-.--w--... +w.- .n. .. -';;
.. '. ---: =::=::::::.-- i

: I ; .

.

.
I .. ..
--a "J' ." nrTOMm t, iw*

J q: : 'i Ex. ....... .. . ..si' .. ., ...THE-KEV WEST frJZEN '.. 'ii- -it"' 'u' -. _.. -..' 'rIIt1Ltg\Y. --
: -, :- _' .' :"+_ < t

! I --7ffiTi;; ',Ponce Released} .


\ i :Srmcr! Resident, 'From County"* -Jail I ,SPECI.AlSFOR. .HALLOWE'EN .i"Yes, I bought l

1 Ies In Miami Upon payment oit $375 alimony,,, H extra sheetse' .
F 600FlemingSL ;
and support money to the County] .t" Fa 1 Stows
ese 9
...mi tea IMA rcrcivrd of the Jail for payment to his wife. ; __ .
dwtth of Mr Uty May Bervaldr. Jose Ponce, proprietor of Ponce'sBeer FAUSTO'S PHONE 48 savings .
eQaaml. i.ire ttiy .f Key Welt, Garden Simonton and Angela -'| f.JiIr iFP De rer,'? t tt
a r, ;H- Uuhtr of the late Wil- streets, was released last I| : Don t miss ihem.
ltaI A. C r nn ..< Kry West night from jail where, he was. .
art two ..... Frank held on a .contempt ot court:' ; 1- : '
at toeZyrv.vsng et* Mlajni. and two charge. tl : : _4 : :
da..htara Mr. Ponce was serving a 30-dav '
AJttwa. Franzen; PAUSE:,.THAT;RFERSHE le
IIr% I alai aa ..... I Intense TaJlUrnr sentence for contempt as cited THE: \ '
I+& 1 DIae+.. CoIand6; .a by Circuit Court Judge AquilinnLmpez. j
; ........-r. I Qwynn of MiamiW .Jr,' He was to be released
aatt.. ........ Jb", Yw3M c....... at any time the $375 was paid. I. COCA-COLA Cesafciilef \Jr..l.:
i f MMar.i. lout granjctuldrcnfUorna Ponce wu 'divorced October]I '
I ......,.. t.,.ad gaa4c+LL IS. 1947. and at the time agreed j (Pius
.
: .. WIll t*held an Sat..r.1r ta pay $35 a month for the support -j I .
adt" +A-.n ai ;!'tfrlork in of his two children. lie j
MCn, I lapsed for several months and j I t
.! :SFANGY, kA VES.'tEllOW CLING
Air
and Mrs Brryl Curry. Mrs.trtt was cAt to jail for contempt of
Wife**al. UfuMyrtto. So- court. '
Ujrj --*. tvris uf Mrs.&ewai No Size
E A C H E 2'/2 27c'f
., .. .,....... MM f uai. ral.Swiss I States. exclusive: of the Great .. Can
-- ,Lakes, is. 43.259 square miles. .

i Find : The Schaffhau- -
sons were killed.
I II en raid caused by a navigationa :: NtAY. : r ... :
J ;Live-Bomb\ ) error was the heaviest suffered r ,
by neutral Switzerland during R N.ED BEEFI9c t2-Oz. 39 c 7
I
rnfA\18tw., SwitU'r41hAa the war. Q"" CAN 0
U&4 tmexpfcxfed bomb, ...-.. ,
,
bKve. \- .far ..r f American ori-$ I Good ,
... '!! Too Groear SELLS That '
1 aat f-Hjftrt emtoddtd in the
/ Uw shorts river here re.etmtw .'f,, STAR BRAND l1BY.'SSVHdti;kjNPfEtfD FANCY BLUE ROSE' I. .H1 ,,.1

hhtd''tt fiw..y* ximl. wa nuinrers. dropped t.-i AMERICAN COFFEE APRt t.0TS\. ... . ._. .. .. 2 cAns 3VATER: MAID'-RICE. LB-PK: <5X J 1St, it "cgca t 110"t I
CUBAN .
rttjng3ht Aeeerrk'ws M attack t and .
i --
oo-44hrn.au...o. .CIQ ADI'"l, IN&.I.1"'J t!I.-Try' A Pored Todnraaaaa DAlI.FJltSH NO Zt 'ERT*RNEST : : : I .' UNDII sw.n PIM .

ru a e IMa JO pxr--,- --.- POTATOSTJXKEL.'BRANDV .. : .'. ,, CANz; .: .GINGERBREAD MIX .. ix oZ'rice. '25cWHITE GREEN GIANT
rr .- r.ro '
aaaaaa r ; ,' '" .

X-, i'au APPLE. JUICE;: . . ..: -3 !NO.CAN z 2.. .Sc''..., APPLE. BSEU-m-.t."t I I ,.. .;. . 28-<*. JA'R. 2lc ;s, PEAS 2

RCHE ts OCEAH'SPRAY : SWANSDQWN : 37c ,a'

J N r CRANBERRY SAUCE ,.. 2 cANs 35c CAKE FLOUR ,,*... 39c i' ..

1 I I / !
_lBllLlJ/lmmnmmmnDlUU"dmIIIU/ _mJlIL1.U IIIImm1mJD53

SUPERETTE MARKET t SPECIAL !
2 HOWffW .
:= AlWAYS I LIBBY'S ti
te Wham. Purchuiof. Orders rrom This Leading Store. { : r
*J We Meet ALL Advertised Prices Plain Milk"or{ .Almond SUNSHINE FRESH I
: ; OHP OMtHERSHEY
l1'e'iium' Quality Foods at the Lowest PricesD.'t { HI-HO E HEAVY BEEF -

:: B* PENNY WISE and POUND FOOLISH!! 5Ci BEANSIAJ
:t... MEAT e4 GROCERY MONEY' Will Go Farther Here i CHOCOLATE BARS CRACKERS .CHUCK: ROAST, -LB. ;; :
TV** Anywhere Else-TRY IT and SEEM!! I' Q/2-OZ.
3Rt: .;, IA NATIONALLY,. KNQWHSUGARCUE : .: : '
: PKt3.
;CBADt 'A- SHIPPED II' .. .. SLICED BAGO'NSTDDC 1402.
:= 2 2c
;sa ....
= r. .
i i ii .1 i j1t So- E: )
IGGS Dozen 57c ." .
f NAPKINS 71. I
If \e.1aJ: String tad Fresh Skinned PORK ,. ... IATLEENSPECIAL/
t MS Ib. SSe | HAMS lb.59c D1SPENSER, ," ,. ..," 1-, .. .
2 FOR 19c' *,i *
..
BOX- -OF.to. -" jot ; : if -;-: s : &w_J. 't>::ooaler )
tLaai a SLICED I -- FsrThef-BdrbequaTOMATO Wither Means, c.

t ACON 1 1'" Package 54c .: SPARERIBS FRESH PORK t ,
JUICE
I ; } HAMS t
."pr-."A' ........ BEET Gr'A" Boneless BEEF : : _'. : : LEAN.JJJ. I Whole !

'/ lb. 6ge I ROAST lb. 73c I I .' WELCH'S FANCYBOT.:' ,,... OTa. 23c 41.' := ..... MiATYL9.', 511ft Or HaKLb.S!'+ant 57e .......

'C-XOLOHCO H PHOTS I .- .' ti -- NIBLETS 2

urk..s OLEOOtaaa.A tho 49cr I SALT SSCORH
: .M9RTON'S REN RED = 35c" _

r "A"Tenderloin I ,frirRuroin9 1. PURE LARD : LB. 25c _-_ :
Grade 2 PKGS. 15c CARTON -
.K>NEiTUKS lb..7 5c I 1b,8Se I Or:sod'z.d' WESSON
STEAKS I SIFPSD WISCONSIN-SMALL '"AA _.

I :' DOZEN CARTON 65c i
pEGGS OIL
EVAPORATED MILK\ 3 cans. 37c HA i LOWE EN SPE CIA L ; IHIIlIIRIIIlllIIllItftlllllmllllIDif.! ![ .nlul l i'i"iIiIIllIlilliIllUUUIillIlIHllftll1..lji'HlIII! !! :
-. -- P4R IIntI fAtAODromedary'
.>. g c.. CORNED BEEF 1 PACKAGE Pitted Ptanters cocktail
: SNOWDRIFT EMULSOR12ED l6. CAN 41c i
ASH 28c 1 GRITS 15c I PINY OUAlY ,
.. DA T Peanuts ( CHOCOI.ATtt! 37C >
rutovnar : QYtALTINE? "FLAVOR s.az CAN 39c 75c

[flORTENING 3 lbs. 95c 71 OZ. 23e B-OZ. 27e CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP r 2e i R a. 23 :;:
a PKG. ,CAN '+
L *f ar.ta l PATNA CanUdln TOMATO .... ,:.:; VElVEl.OUS FOR DlSHWASr NStiBBrs LG. pt --3WCE: lb. 15c Paste. cans 15c '" -. .' ,' : -:l NEW IDEA

..'Dr.rhele>> : 'I Gnat Nerthern WHITE '. .. '. ;., "", 1lIIllIUIWllIUU- IBiIIImIlHlBlmllllHflllltlHH'lHIlIllfaHllflftIUUfillIIlllU! i ! :m:CANNED IN CORN

PEAS Ib. 15c !eans. 21bs.35c i./. ; '' ftii r SAU E I' GARDEN gNitJefj Cora With s.i .....fepp rt

t f&xwcll House Coffee lb. 49c : r f ', : r....L. - FRESH. INIBLETS- ? .5;

:\nu... DOG I PILLSBURY I i FAN.'OT, c' : RtD DELICIOUS APPLES .. 2 "s. 27c JHEXICORN 39c :
I t
Food 2 cans 23c j Flour 5 Ibs. 40c
._ : CRISP ICEBERG LETTUCE .- .. 2 HDS. 25c 'Ji
\ LIBBY PUMPKIN |:: LIBBY'S

POTATOES 10 lBS. 3Se G6lDW 2 I-lb. g STUFFED MANZ/J4 llA
27c
i ; cutAR' SPECIAL
"I1HALLOWEIN )
--TEXAS T1LLOWiONIOMS: I OLIVES
I .. T RED BOW BRAND fWEST QUALITY

2 Lb 9 c I -1 DOS FOOD I e MIXED t IRAZIL r 2-02. 19c
ANCT CRISP WHITECILIRY z:::: r1 BOTTLE
NUTS
4 NUTS .
STALK lOc I I r.' '- 2 No. 2'1' 27 I .. ,' ; "t. .== t-t '

I i .FBRAtJDr?,' Cons C !B. 49 B. 43e ;.*. GOLDEN CREAM STYLE
;linK TOPLCAKROTS PKG. '
'. I I
r I DEL MAIZ
2 BUNCHES 19c i AJAX-CLEANSER i- s : :

..... -.

I I. [* f'Aone Onltn aces f tied for Delitery-CALL 67 ; ..ifO"AMINS 2 21 i FLAME TOKAY GRAPES V lB. tOe s __ CORNr : ,
Can
I Seml.Selfservjce 'ACTIOH' C. YAMS 3 "s. 25c
CAROLINA
ARCHERS i FANCY > i 2 Ii.oz 33c
f Grocery ..: S CANS I
I. S -ria.Store Thai Serves You Besf I\1IUIIWIU..lu\ 11 i1 mnulIlllllllmUlJnnIIIIIIII\1irBII.'Il'tii! \ '! ilN.5rli' ''14 "'I! I V 11lVilt...t

:nit llrmlng Slues. Key West, FloridaUtt .
... ff oCI oCI
f M Wa "" *' Bight t. Limit Quantities (I' ,e.e I :: ti 1ft.

rrrrrr.rrrs . rr r ,' --rr-tt. ql a r

}
\li



I- .... ,. .. .- i_ : J
-
__ _._ ___ __ ___ - -- -. -- --- ." -----



-- 1 ilL.. "'""- W..... -- ,. .. '.- ..'. __,'... ,. ._._,' ___ __'.____. ., ......-A _' r '
"! 9 JI'

Tilt TODAY r C'TOnF.n 28. 19IR J
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ..fAGt, n'iii .j,

-. -,


.1

I I BAER'S' MARKET .- .


::1'1 1 '

._ u_.... ', -.- ..... -. -
Ij 6- : : : ,._, __ :. : wj -- :'
: "' ;",4. ".,_-::_


;j 0ssdacaand CORNER: Quality .'':}s ;Cleall ScrvicC3 aid Evct ,. :J'J'Low; Pries 9::!.. :.


THANK YOU OUR MANY FRIENDS AND VALUED CUSTOMERS...Your response-was tremendous. to Our long-awaited "Re-Opening";
- ...we remain prepared to serve you with the market's best and freshest at these every day low prices. We suggest that you shop early.avoid crowding
I and AVAIL YOURSELF EVERYONE. OF THESE WORTHWHILE VALl&S. Shopping atnci r3Marketissopleasant-and: you save moaeyftl

U.S.GOVT.GRADED WESTERN BEEF "IU.
: .J5.Govt.Graded, Western Steer Beef!
Pot Chuck Roast Lb.49c .,.
Fresh U. S. Govt. Graded Beef Lc nb and Veal
_The Cuts: You Like..Cut the Way It Should Ite!!!_
Oven SUGAR CURED LEAN PICNIC :.. STEAK Lb. 59c -
R.ast RIB Lb. SSe
SMOKED HAMS POUND, 48C .' ".T.BON&w.. .,SIRLOIN.PORTERHOUSE.
OLD SOUTH FLORIDA*48 PACK CORN FED,WESTERN LEANPORK
CASE or 4> LAND Q' SUN Dairy Products'
ORANGE t-oz.CANS .$$2'191 ROAST or Lb. 59cr=

JUICE Special CHOPSMILK Container,Milk..Cottage Cheese...Table or Whipping
.i FED VEAL Cream...Sour Cream.ICECREAM
Sun Sweet PRUNE JUICE qt. 22cHVKn ROAST.
. "Lb. 39c S.1 1CPtNT
NO. 1 TALL-la H* vy Syrup I

(EACIIES..2 cans '29cALL CHOPS . Lb. 59Cr: ,.. 1 '% WHEN PURCHASED WITH 1 f

GRINDS DEL MONTECOFFEE GRADE "A-A" SPRING; 1:pint, t Ice Cream 29c F Ii

47c ROAST . lb. 4ge .
LA'MB CHOPS : lb.59c 1 ANY FLAVORSFROIEN
: .
Ft I LA: PAW-8moc h or CrujKhy 12-Ox.Size LEGS, . lb.Sge !;. FOODS ;

PEANUT BUTTER jar 29cI .I ""RSPAKKGUS SPEARS . . 4Sc f;

.LB.JAJU.TUI CAJIDCNStrawberry ASSORTED < FRESH;CUT GREEN BEANS. . 27c
Preserves 37c LUNCHEON..COLD CUTS 59c ABYtI BEANS .' ..,..*. '.;*. ;33c
'
'rLB. = "
BROCCOLI V ., 37c .
ALL BRANDS EVAPORATED PURE LARD, .' 25c, ',PEAS . . . 27c
I-LB. CARTON
RASPBERRIES C . . 4Sc J
MILK i 38c
3 STRAWBERRIES .' . 45c
WILSON'S
SLICED BACON 59c
LB. HORSE. MEAT . . 21c
STOKLEY PARTY ONE 303 Sue
PEAS..2 cans 29c PORK SAUSAGE LB. 49cU. ...FRUITS' and VEGETABLESTHE (

S. GOVT. GRADED BONELESS
Kitclicn TOWELS roll 14c SEASON'S FINEST KEPT SANITARY and REFRIGERATE '

303 SIZE WHITCMOUSC Delmonico STEAK Lb. 69cNO U.S., No.1 1 White Potatoes 5th'19c '

AIILE'SAUCE 2 23c .
cans BONES OR FAT
FIRM GREEN CABBAGE 5cft21DYAN.
OLEO POUND) DAISY POUNDIllMAID.
Table NAPKINS pkg. lOc .
33c CHEESE -. 55' RIVER
TOP WAVE ". t-Oa.Size
tRANGES 8 Lb. MESH lAG 29c
: FLORIDA GRADE!"A"-DRESSED and DRAWN
TUNA FISII..caii: 29c
..
i...
FRYERS 2 to 3 Lb, Average Lb. 6S'c
HUNTS le-oa.Size .8RSAN_ LIMES DOZEN lOc .
KETC1IUP..btL 19c HENS Lb. 58c DUCKS Lb. S8e: ,
Louisiana YAMS 3 1M. 25c
YOUNG TURKEYS Lb, 'SSeICc ....

RINSO -: 31c, C iiciA WINE wu 2.89
[ :: BUTTER Lb. 65c I: SHERRY.PORT.5AUTEANE.BURGUNDYITALIAN ..
Clorox BLEACH QL I5cLIFEBUOY IMPORTED VERMOUTH Quart SLSI
CHIANTI . Quart Me
I WISCONSIN SHIPPED GRADE"A"LARGEIn
SOAP 2 bars 22c CASE OF>4 Pku
? EXTRA BAR for . . ScI I Cartons Doz. 62c I REGAL BEER BOTTLES rBLyERAGES $3.45

CANS HERSHCYS FRUIT FLAVORED Plus DCJXWI 3 Qu.25c
-
CHOCOLATE SYRUP 2c
NABISCO I-LB.BOX i NABISCO
U:S.GOVT. WESTERN STEER BEEF 1 1 J
KELLOCC-S .. FILLET ::MIGNON Lb. 89c | Premium. CRACKERS 23c | Fig Neu'Ions...2 pl) g 27c
VARIETY CEREAL pkg. 31cI BB9 aaK a BiM aiKi B Hii HMa BaaiMiB aK a? I > ,
3 CANS CAMPBELL FMNCO-AMWGM
BEEF FILLETS.CHICKEN AND CALF
;:FRESH D A I L Y-SWEETBREADS BRAINS. FRESH LIVER AND TOMATO( \ SOUP 29tI I SPAGHETn 2 raw 2fc ..:
QT. KRAFTS SMOKED TONGUES. KIDNEYS. CORNED SALT BEEF. DEERFOOTS SAU- CAN .
SAGE.SQUABS.SMOKED TURKEY. WHITE FISH. CARP. CAVIAR. PICK-
83c LED OR SCHMALZ HERRING. IMPORTED SALAMI. CHEESES. SPARERIBS Armour's PORK and BEANS 3 MM &
Mayonnaise PIG FEET. EARS. TAILS. TRIPE.
MORTON'S RUNNING TABLE; : SAII'.2! booms \\k.
FRAY'BENTOS"THE GOOD" CORNED BEEF 12.01.Can 39e 303 SIZE STOKLEY'S FANCY NO.X SIZE MAKCMD 9VT '
.
SILVER FLOSS GOLDEN CREAM STFINOCORN"
SOURKRAUT..2cans29c Perfect Shortening BAKE RITE 3 Lb.Can 1.06 .::, . 2cans 35c I I BEANS . 2 cans 27c
_. -. 4' __ _' .
I :
-
-
.c.. .... .1 r.... ...'-..,....'.,'- .;" :

'P"I

I .

& ,.----.......-..... I
-- --- t 11



,;J; .-=- ..; ...., .,,_._ ...... .'." '. -,,---A___ ._ ......._. .j '.- ... .. : .. .. .,

... .-.. ... ..... -.. . '.. '.., . .,.. ; : : .. _..... ". _'- -...., .J.tjl. __. __ ]:- L- ... &_J
: .
,

.
THURSDAY nt'TnBr.1< : t.. :.

. J. .AGI!: EIGHT: u! THE KEY WEST CITIZEN --- rFreezing -- -

AndCanning




IlorsemcalAUCKLANDtfVNcw, ZeaUd erP arke j Ij I I


U fr..an< and canning !

,. nfl h*fa.*( .caic........ifl ui fkigium.wp plentifulfamt J !i iDuvolJut

.....-at.e. M tttfp buy. tractors arc! selling to do.
g..... .otktRadio Fla. 1
IoniaSireet key. ..we.t;

Programs .. .... I
., ...4.00""-:""- 'a'! .; -:'__ __ .: .. tiLl'"t' ;'. '.i .: !
Tb AMedate4 Pnsstrytlnae
WILSON'S T SHOP theBROADWAY '. .-.2I'ttW::: ;..: I'I'FA.M
GRANULATED.
D Summary.t ......... Dixie.' Crystal' WAY .
.. d.el *,r..a t FRESH .
pr .
.......... .
-- -. -MM : \ and SAVE "' C I
Ia,.tar.* 'frtttf.In*..t* attcmT'I > S.lb.Bag 35
M.t......ewe a.w..a.w.to.a.".\""-+ to d.rd..w...-. I i FRYERS Sugar c \) ?,

I
.
OCT. 2S TMtOUOH OCT. 29 t\\\'D't1\ .t '
M.*.! 'I .. :;: -. cP..
....-tt../a. ,1.la.b-ab..tl i t*N Tk 69c n1l ; I

;.M-MnFN. r.--a..anH i ..... ....'.SAVEALITTLE1.- ..ri S'.
'
.... -.a.>..**.*..*.....b..-... 'I I READY FOR THE PAN- EVERY DAY I
Y-.ct.. the BROADWAY
at
i Cf taryrt>rMMk b New!
11 - n... o. *. Mwr DUUrent!
a/ It WMh Mw.-+natiKq
...
....Ie.,. neA" tr.NH.M MAXWELL HOUSE
-a 'ti" MaeMtArw.tw. .. >t..f t BEECHNUT BettedBREEZE

........T.l.s-aa-- .... ---
"a>>teM-..... ...i&a..u--.....-..-... Pound BABY FOOD
fist sass. tw..tra.MyLaM 49c .
..:.u..eakap.F -+a 4 COFFEE, _
ou.- -- MAINE STRAINED
ta-D.w......,...N M ....et..tMr-ate....-... '
.. .. .
I -- t. t .rsawt IN OIL 2 jars 19c 2 35c
..-...,.....'W''''ln.as ..._ ." PKGS.
tat. .
o tt =G..t-ra qr.-aa ._" n _
...'.-n."::':-:.a.a.ae.. .-. Mahatma ,Patna NABISCO BLEACHES andDISINFECTS SARDINES 2 ars 27c a

.- Itw. ...s.WMI'art7-. ....-...a .
:,Lis-I1Me.... n... Q.M-ea EXTRA-LONG GRAIN FIG C
.d "--M
..
.4d/-W.a- Tau."-.ac.w ... ... Va-CAN 12C O\.r.O 4
: .t:.!-. aas a+b. ...c. t kr.NtTWORK BICECellophane NEWTON CLOROX C.O\.OYl.f\) l'ounc l'\tq.1 i

Bag CAKES r
1.'S

it L-Tien...wMaM....a.._.....PROGRAMSotftrtf..'..,.t_. ...F.*..ree....fer. 2 Ibs. 32c 2 PKG25c 1h-GALJUG2,e7C KRAF '.3. -
C < ....ta..ae. -..M -
:: Ntal -C.a-::: r
a...._fIA rata, M.....t 'al IK.....'... :
... .. .
.L. a. .......... c. u. %%%%% %%%%%% %%%%% %%%%%%%. ? .

tNUUDAY. oerolu 21N FANCY YORKApples :; CARNATION-THE NATION'S FAVORITE
ti- ....... AJ
Il U Mta.-.M ; '. 3 'vbs.> 29c MILK 4 : :s 49c
.. .
!* =.. (.=..., H_.ycfcKwk ___.... ..... "I. qlfgurY Ut>& .
p'.M4...... 4.t w...
KMtfto.H..or)>- 'r'-c .MMtr. Tlm-fb.
"'L..N...;..:.:.f7Mr...::AMu.d-c.tr.p Tar.-'-t.t1IJcbt -o UiS ; doz. 73cTEA= GARDEN PRESERVES

ay..y.....as t..naur-aa atN-.b. ,. .
CONCORD GRAPES
.N. I.ui. -<"kAUrWl WISCONSIN 25l
tits-t...sIts.eM.i..i.rt.a.ea ....---... "b 16- z.Jar
t: t7Mwa..tarabetist.o. -
,-......... Munn Q.r .......-.... GREEN CABBAGE : : 5e BING CHERRY
;- -. : 31C
.
.
Mal..}7,1'r"......:__: abA. IG-ozJar
""H,,e.'_ t..........-...
c.t. ..: CALIFORNIA RED .
.i: : BLACKBERRY
... .w__ 31l'
-- ku "... IG- z.Jar
rwh M l r .d WaAMMI -
.......*rtpM1.1tWU.a. Oillltll .'b T KAY GRAPES 2 'Ibs. 21c

I .!:..!' .: a.u..t.-AM..Mr. ....
-I '''
.1,MWI I A.I.ar.pl.. ..as
.I1N W. y.1..s4.a6.N.
_....._
ilia'" U. S.NO.1White (I
... '
-AI at.waaew _
>> .... _
,1* W..a.Ga
: Malts.... C..u..t-mbs. Potatoes 10 Ibs. 39c
.11'---;2-4h4 t:a.M.w+aaMae r.M-mo...s..aM l s M'I i
'f fie,A..w..ab.
....A-..1....W a.-.ta i"u...._ml* .
..e...u. ....
1,!,!' "--M M LIPTON'S NOODLE PLANTER'S COCKTAIL SUNSWEET PRUNE
... r.wp THE BEST VALUE IN MEATS or
..
w.-'{;....._....II w .M..tIer. -cWtM..ae..t.w SOUP PEANUTS J U ICE ARMOUR'S_,'"AA"and "A" GUARANTED MEATS $

utt-tf.; ,%.N.....::f.....,.:yi.t.r.a.-1*:H;9 nt.tk11'K. ClubSirloinPORTERHOUSE

UA. .-Oa.1M.. .. W1Mq......t...-I-III.......... 2 P"ig-. 21c CAN REG. 29c FULLQT. 25c i

Ltf\eweo v.al, from a cr.i-t, BABY
.
a 9 be tfaaaaad and ttxnb'nc-J
.ItlrML ... STEAK lb.
Ma to make M df.C .74cj
buts ,.,.,. dl.. MK>JC h.'i- $
amonc ...... .esn pea.., slut,
rd' taualt.wnta arp raw dicvd I
teltgt thU Naps 811> taw gr"nxpp.t. : _
[ U add .. it. .. \ y.eC1. t CHUCK ROAST. 1k 53c $

A t p'al l aie"ttir f-lfeiator t : _
bas a&M.t 1 too) ,t.a:u.WWUJ ZpR Gan ROUNDARMOUR'S

,I y. ooY1t\ % _* STEAK. .Ib. 85c
_
II \) j jOA
= MUS[ U = I
e4E =\ t\\\\) STAR BREAKFAST $

Q ..l

----- LINK SAUSAGE 3 ,%-ikpi i# +< Vr r v A

,
-
-I +
-i Ii -
HORMEL'S DAIRY

"I =__ I 1 1I 1I, ': FINEST FOODS" .BACON
STOKELYS II 69c
i ..; ) +


I w PEACHES No. 2 1-2 On 30c ARMOUR'S STAR


Crystals Dixie TINY Lima Beans 3G3 can' -ITTffj 31c' I CORN GOLDEN BANTAM. 303 can 18c Skinless 1- FRAN KS 1-lb. Ccllo Pk9. 49( .+.

PEACHES .tall can 20c Peas and Carrots 3Q3 can 20c 5
Piir Cane / .
L .
r6 A6 1'0.4
+ t
Y. ;: Trb 1.'K+l

Sugar ,. .. .., ..
_
,. :' ;"- -:.J'j: :_: .. : :=-":: ";" 4 ,:: '. "'-.' _. .




i I

(I(

Ir' I
e _
......... ........ ._