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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Keep Coining In : Effort To Have Tiro' Committees Working On Welcome

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t; : w For President Navy Plans
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riiirahl} Now 1,868,151 ; Tolls Eliminated
j Rousing Welcome

\\rnhin ton Prepare i Customary Honors
I Some action loop-in: toward the 1 For Truman On

'l', (;ire Him Itnii-iiic : lifting of the tolls on Overseas A typical Key West welcome and a rousing reception will be

\\"<.!,.nmr On Upturn : Highway: will likely be taken at I Sunday By JCs given President Truman when he arrives here Sunday.

I a meeting of '''e Key West Civic Crowds of Key Westers will line the streets with flags and with

/n. ,.. t..tarve erv.sl ;, Improvement Association to be The Jaycees held their cheers for the man who carried the nation yesterday in the most

W\SlUI\GTON.; No4-With held Friday night:;: November 12. 1 weekly meeting! last night at surprising upset in history. Senat.r Albea Barkley has been invited -
I:i..>00) pit:i mi U. still missing in the clubhouse on Flagler by the President to come here also.
It that the
was reported today I
xaiiouv pacts <>f the United Arcnue A rousing reception The Key West Chamber of Commerce has agreed to the
St.itt'x. tin popular vote polled Key Wet Restaurant and Hotel ws given to President Rob. sponsor
homecoming of the President and
the
organization bead Edwin F.
in Tu ta\' election showed the Association would mit.ate; V \\'InphotClI .
:< a $i ert Dopp's idea for the Clubto Trevor,
appointed two committees to work details
following totals early this after- movement to do with the' contribute something to out of the celebration j
away THE BODIES of II Air Force recavoied from this
| men were wreckage of a twin-engine C-47 that is planned.
.
rw,m TI uman. 22.288.519: : Dewed bride; tolls according! to Joe :I II I Truman Day next Sunday
.plane_which exploded in the air and crashed in three at Muldrow. Olcla I First will
pieces be the
::O.o.C: 065. Thurmond. 064303: : ; !I I.11. ''Sirtigq. vice chairman of the Civic j during a driving : An official welcome will beI I! fundraising committee. It will be headed by I
.
\\.. ...*.. 1030731. Truman'spmraliU ,, Imprpvcment; Association. ,I: rain storm.- The plane was on a routine cross ccun;ry flight from Sheppard Field at Wichita I( extended and a club project I Paul J. Sher who will be assisted by Dan Navarro Joe Pearlmaqi

over Dewe is 1.3 8.-I5-1. i I I' Col l. G. D. Hatfield. USMC :I Falls Tex. The wreckage was strewn over an area two miles across.: This is the engine and i! to provide banners. eta was .i and Gonialo BezaaiQa. I

A, the ittums: tn klf in truman: (Kct). crialjman: of the CIA said ,; wing section in which one body was found. : setup I I Then the committee on arrangemenU -

gradually increases his lead over ilbat! "revised program for the 'I __ __ ___ _n. _ ____ ; A report on the Drama Admits Nine To for the event will be :
lcwI'In the popular vote. The I I organization will be submitted at : ---- ---- Guild Festival was given by I, headed bw John SpoUswood.

t"(extoral vite still stands Truman the meeting; November 12. !! i Chester Knowles: all mem { with William V. Albury Gerald
BARKS i In ,
J04 Dewey. 18J: Thurmond, 38Pievdent i
Truman Mr&Truirian the "do-nothing" 80th Congress I J part to make this program

and their daughter. Miss I I I I and expressed the hope that some II' Same As> Normal I I an outstanding success. I U. S. Court Here at The the committees Chamber offices met at and II a-m it ,
ATOMIC
Marian Truman are due to return BOMB\ IN SPEECH I IBEI'OPC The Key West Winter Fish was decided that the route to b!! \
tn< the While House late J this unsuccessfully I ing Tournament Committee '
I i u. S. District Court rc..C.sf.'d followed by the President from 1
artl:1 n..n or earl\ tomorrow. Koannonrenu i l time 'the 80th was in session, he I Here I In October announced that plans were
Boca
vej ter-lay afterveral Chica Field will be gaily ;
'nt had been. ;:iven out : will be able to have them become I Ii { UNITED NATIONS being drawn up to make that : were> admitted to persons decorated.

of the time they will leaveGrandview l i I laws in the lust congress: I ,. I project even more of an citizenship by
lcriae
maximum t!'mp< ra- I Federal Judge John W. Holland ;
Mu.lla.hngton :! None of the measures was SX'Ci) i,i 1 event than last year The enthusiastic Already the Fort Lauderdale
has to lifted, it known that tine 8.3.:0:), ir KVest during.' which | of Miami. I! firm of Jack Finch. decorator j
prepared ;j! though is 1 I :Ml Ollur I)<'l lfMl( <- J, reception ; Judge Holland continued '
Cix tin President a rousing wel- 'some I of them the President haslin i last month->s the :same as not 'I winter tourists gave the Fishing theca has men in Key West to begin the

<..IIK It was said that crowds 'I' view are a modified price-con-I Jubilant Or rrimuirIJrdion !''Electionj m .l.1 according: to a monthly re- Tournament indicates !Howard<=c of .Frank\. Clark Nonnck for i000 against aI'Ieedly job of decorating the city'..
..I i Mvtirfl. hundred thousand will trol law aimed at : ', 1 I that this program is a big streets. This u the same firm
I*' out t" cheer him as he arnv Lion, a civil( rights law. a law expending | ; I Frt'lIdllmmHf.plif. pmt i sued today. b y the local !1 thing to them. More informs ,' : deposited with the latter that decorated the city for the
j Weather Bur: Tj The i i i 1 by the former in connection witha
... in the city Social Security and a j'Result Bin -IcdOver' = average tion and the dates and entry Elks State Convention and the i
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*. 1o \ iliinkyllr maximum and minimum real estate transactIOn.. The
Th President referred | I fees will be later Shriner's meeting last spring..
today to J{housing measure. I M'ven-I I published at a
f >i the month was - i Ikr t.-t.id i'rrt : RrilonsI ; tenths of a d' Kreg hiRhcr or 79.8s date. judgment but took the One thousand small American I
: PARIS. Nov 4-Truman't hand : compared wdlit 79.1. I I A Stag party will be heldat matter under advise-nent flags are on hand at the Chamber .
SELECTING JURY TO : is thought to have been seen to- the Jaycee Clubhouse ati i, of Commerce to be given
i ,'.......... ..... Highest velocity of wind during 7:30 next Citizenship papers were :granted :
day in the action of the Security I K "rpw.' the month was when a hurricane (i i p. m. Wednesday. b\' Judge; Hollani to Pedra away to spectators on the route
LONDON. Nov 4. Ilritoru., j All members are invited to '
i President
Truman's
Council in shunting aside thc I just prior to
Elisa Moreno
was passing cast of Kc*' | Benjamin Me Km-
HEAR $75,000 CASE i proposal to imir economic wen bowled ovei" by the out- "Wcst. It then blew from the i i bring sfes to guests be to. what promi zie. Phyllis Poppy Sterling; Pel- ', arrival in the city
a
sanctions on Israel for its frequent of the rip roaring party. dad Garcia 1 I I At least West
com presidential electionin noith at 4:> miles an hour on October ,. y Gonzalez, Domingo one Key organi-
fighting in Palestine during '''!. Calelmia l Romento Norma Perez. I zation. the Convent of Mary Im
the United States, one of r.-.. _.. ... ___ 1
l H.; ., llrnip! Spit; t't\gaWI"' -e UIM.CS .,', -i., _jt---Lond"ns* .flaltws' aid today Ttrr The s.perttev+tase -'rf umtrin-j{,1"-------..,.' Alvaro Lalinde -(tow-jo. James.I 1I "late. plans t. greet the Presf .
1 "The measure referred to ; Livingston Moss and f 1cIent--Aetol'cftJ: Mrs. .
Catherine
was during October was 5: : M Mary
> as com
K. O. riioiii| M>ii, Rotarians HearII. the sub-committee on motion of writer explained that all' Great pared with a normal of 6::). i! Taut'I'erlllllreSi Verica Fowler I Lee Graham. Convent of MaryImmaculate

I Philip Jessup American delegit" Britain had been led to believeby Rainfall during the month was : Papers were dented Jose Man- I Alumnae head the
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Of CoraColaIxiiilin : :
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'I''n.'ur| S. Performers ['There.. the measure will be dcileUd repines from the. United 374 in nt s it..; compared' with a |I i At 7:30 A.M" EST : uel Fernandez while the case of I students of the Convent plan to

;/ 111I",11I": Ilerp I of the provision applying/ States that Truman didn hate normal of six inchce.- I I Station-- Temp. Lawrence Seymour bas" cnntmued :f appear in a body with seven of I'I'f

to the imposition of the sanctions.Deie that well known Chin mdn':. I r Atlanta .. 51I I I the youngest children costumed '
: ', "< Inn ..f a jury wmch '*'illIM The Key Wt :f;.. ij Club today i ::ates to the United: Na.tl'ns. chance of winning.. i I .lugtista 51 I i[I in such a manner as to spell the
at noon heard ten clmaeter]> all extent Deputy Commissar Resignation (Of f ;: word. "Welcome" f
.11 .if a Iwiv who allesi i One paper ran a strcameiheadline Billings 33 Perez
01 the Key West high; .j< h'i ,1 l i Anarci Vish:ns>kv and the that read: "HaiYy HadA I Birmingham Injured Mahlaad
. ,, ;541Pismark Mayor A. Adams nan
.if Ii i on eve in the explosion play t', be presented at the High j he ( I I
men controls were jubilantt
..I I I U.Mli and who "'ants Karl Seeieteapor; The Sccrt A "el I J 4.j wired Charley Ross, presidentialpress I
.t T," mp-rftn who operates the night.School; tonight;: and tomorrow : ..I"", over Truman.the election Viahin.kv: of poke President \%".,pof. Was the People" In Accepted I,F: Il.oston 59i ;''In Duval Street secretary, in Washington I

Local newspapers agreed that Buffalo 57 of the for welcome
city's plans a
KiWest Coca Cola Bottling
: Presentation of the stars of the 1
for one ani t nt half hours about
'.. 1 one of the things; that helped to .\ n:<'.un2: oi the Key West Charleston 61 henry Perez and expects a message of confirmation -
of
< danr was seriously
.m..I.to pay e-s: play was made by Miss jf'ujQr1' injured -
the proposed international con elect Truman was his firm standin Civil Service Board was held I: Chicago :33
thud ; at 1 when today.
37.5.ar0.: ) was under wax today inC ie Coburn musical director ..f the! of the atormc' bomb. He{ asiscrt a. m. today a
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the dispute with Rusia. Th: mOl mn2. The board: Corpus Christi .3
'IM i.it Court Hih' School. who had the ten i d that with Truman back in motor scooter he was riding I.vlI I I Mayor Adams sent the following -
( o" pcrs> p..11\-*! '0th"t., during Accepted! ik:: resignation; ot Denver: ;; ._ 31. tided with of
one the manholes President Tru-
telegram to
Th< u was a panel of 165 men performers: sing: various roles the! \\.tf. > House for four more
|I I h!s irrpai"i:: he decidied in. Ray -\t."ell.! as pol!c lieutenantin Detroit 51El 1 at Petronia and Duval streets and
.
Itwill Cohurn them man congratulationsof
I II "'nu'h to draw a jur Miss accompanied ; 1 containing
he: was un Jt.rably uppo:ed >." the Pelie-c Department: Pass 33. tossed him 30 feet to the
of
himself and the citizens
take ,some time to elect the on the pi""Ino. I gen-eral I I pavement -
and v:a detcm i;ed! Approved the Ft. Worth G3
iii.numsm *
temporary appuintment according to
jiiiorx. tjeeau both sides in the The Rotary meeting: was held :I I tune discussing the production or a report filed i Key West:
i axe realize that in the first hearing in St. Paul's Church Parish" I Hill. i''non-pioduction of the atomic to continue his fight: agars: It. of Shirley Sutton. Galveston 71 by Patrolman Bicnvenido G. 'I "Offer hearty congratulationsfrom
who rrplce Joci Elbcrtson Jacksonville 71 Perez.
:
as :
the jui>' was unable to agree lbjml I ; >: Vishinskv quoted from a myself and the citizens of
..n a verdict. '1Till' : j 1.', speech Trunan had made during S500 Bond I InVheeJer a, clcrk-t.p.' in the tax ..- Kansas City iii,' Pereznathine. was cotnc about Key West on Tour wonderful
Canvass Board i : t n s off('_: KEY WEST 20 miles an hour the! patrolm: in
bry Ted t Richard Hen i his campaign in which he pledged ;:;- electionictory and extend best
Approve a temporary! app.>m Key West Airport 77 reported Perez was taken to.
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his fa'her Fred I himself t. that the United
nine, through; | see; wishes for a successful *dminitrafton
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I \ ] Ca ment of Ann Barber during the Los Angeles: GO Casey Memorial hospital where''!
,
i St would the
Hi'nnins. alleges that a Coca Meets Tomorrow its mainta secret c heas during the next four
i temporary absence of Carlyle Louisville 51 reported hu injuries were i
C>.la bottle exploded: in his homemd of tne bomb until such time years.
. that a piece of gl Ia.io cost him I i 1 I vi,:h"n international control could h>,\\";rl I .I Wb.tlcr of the Rot cm Ui in the t.-\ collcctoi of Meridian 61 serious. .
Election Canvassing Board'Ill "Hope will and enjoy
you occupy
of I I be 3d up'in the manner that has Uh,'tin! F;,h C"-npaof Stock lice Miami ,5
ih ocTh
Sight one
meet at 11 am. tomorrow ran Little White House at
your
<- plaintiff in the case iu .. ::been proposed<< since the bomb: Island put up >:>on ;.nstead of $150 Accepted the resignation wfRevnaldu Minneapolis -16 Clears I His
vass the voting in the c'clion'Tues ) 'Garcia laooiei GO Hid Key West as often as your duties
.,.tnted bv II II Tailor and was first discussed at a UN meet- when he was released. after :a as in Memphis 2s
in "y and to make some announcement will permit. Your vote here exceeded -
the Pubic SH.IMCV New Orleans 7-a:
,
lux son II II Ta\lor Jr of Miin In.. hearing b"f( :-e Peace Justie-tt Roy Department:
. and Judge Thomas"S. Caro regarding the offi- \side from the delegates from H.:oi'ir' on Tat iay op a charge Approved nf. me ttmporar New York 61 Remarks opponents more than
.i cial vote. Tuesday five to one"An
. 1![nU.I4I'S satellites, the UN mem- nf posse''s:'u: of undersize era*- appointment of Best Snyd as Norfolk 6i+) )
.I K'y'Cbt. The board consists of County .
l b\ i bcr- were solidly! against V ishin'sk fisnVnnl, i' \saam.ted by a city patrolman: Oklahoma City. 5'. County' informal party for newspapermen
I I.fc'n..e is iepicxente Judge Raymond R. Lord. Chairman CllmmlIoncr Clnicnce -
Lee \". A rumh delt attold J+mh Kn,_1.1 1 M"nice ountyC'rns Approved of the ttnspoiaoappomtmtrt Pemacola .1 I accompanying th"
A.
I 110-.1! Dt Jarnettc and Frank Bentley of the Mon- ; ... .., Hlgg.aId today he had n">>
will be held later
i ,11 ofIilt.t'nt: Mar- 51)Odllf.ke President in
Allan" P. ViIuiisk\ that France gives it 'n'1 t "n ; art: \\.ht..I. Pittsburgh
and
Mi,tdfoid of Miami County Commission ,nd slated befort tit of the
roe .. 1 : Criminal ,. lib. tic Public 52 meeting I the week Chairman Sher of the
hr tnt'd
iall 'it .upport| to the United i iSt :vtn .1 i hearing in i )0\1 111 I
''IC' EngNnd: Monroesuper w;tin >
j) .,t<'", C uit Sei\n 1 : Dtpartiiitnt St. Louts 5(5 committee said today:
Ross Williams of Miamix visor; of registration; 1 __ San Antonio 61 favor of taking ambodv s "Key West has gained much
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' silting Judge Aquilmo 1.r>JX'7. San Francisco 56) property from him to help co"cr publicity from President Truman -

Ji, ..f Kev West excused him EMi'imic SIGNRIRMiNGIlr1M. ; IIOODII) \\sAILN |; 1LOKIDVKMI) ( OWItMM Seattle la his payment for attention either I 't repeated visits to our island

M.If tom he..nth/ ( case I in Monroe County Hospital 01 have been .
could
Tallaha cc 610 that never purchased
En-l.md.
the Monroe Count Home .
While(' in Birmingham Exhibition Tampa ,0 He stated that he; would like to'
of rollmi
llouard( Hearing H *11. William Bowxon. 20. was hit Washington 61) meet with the Board of (hoveint "With the Truman exception vote at the
up a large
on the head bx' a fallina board
j of the hospital to dist> '
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Fr Y r k election polls yesterday. we havenever
and the cigarette in his mouth
Held Lair Todav taking care: of the county pan been able in the past ti
knocked out. The beard bon .
was "" ', Th-- hospital ha- > show our appreciation to
the sign;: : No smoking hill! fur $:.%;>090 to the county .

w,II II" Howiird. coloredill fill the t',in' i.f county parents -
today bet rIfB'S Ut BRADY'SPoultry Key Westers can do somothing
I. !pi i I,us a hearing: late
t,'" l'. dtt' Justice Roy Hamlin TICKET OFFICE now though in a small I
'or measure by indicating how they
that gnnH
"n I"vo Charges. .
MIAMI KEY WEST feel about their nations, President
and enter
.md breaking
I",Kim_ .> Thomas street home list ALL AIRLINES and Eggs BARGE LINE. Inc.CLYDE and their city favorite

m :... Howard was arrested .iti 1r' .MALLORY DOCKS tourist. They can make hi*
11..1 i liable ..n complaint: of the PRICE TOURS TELEPHONE 6 I 'homecoming a real one."

)h" .::1 I office: and brought: back text Marge ljucr The U. S. Naval Base ;at Key

I IWI"i b\ Sheriff[ Berlin .\.' Sa"v- all. 1"1..1.. at tl- > (Itjllcrv; KtiiMil I"r> T., West is arranging the customaryhonors
, .1 -- ---- ----- ; MHIIIII; Tliurtfn I to the President on Sunday .

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Station the :Navywill
Hllitt liuaIersWe l to the Naval
1 Morroe County Hospital I II SEAFOODTURTLE fire a 11-gun salute. arHII

I Women's Auxiliary STHli\h.! U mEHHU: < I -- the sailors on duty at the fan..<;*
I invite You To Compare
a rail. th"_ I Tof j
TELEPHONE 816 STEAK SHRIMP will "man the :

:i BINGO i iI Quality and FISH CHARCOAL BROILED I C'Jntmt..t.rj On Pr.;::" F.- '

LOBSTER and OYSTERS .
I FRIDAY. Price M.m.m! All Heavenly!
November 5 f fI FOR SALEI FOR SALL: I

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HOOSIER HOT SHOTS"SlISGIISG
: CLUB I in AFTER BURNING FIERY CROSSES in four towns on the eve of the elcc'ion; members of the I'HONL: 3U> TWINS GARAGE ;

Ku Klux Klan listened to a speech ov their titan. VH. Broagh at Wildwood. Fla. Titan .
I spuns' Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer l
1I 1 $1.00 I I News and Serial I Brough said the cross burnings were warnings that Communism would not be tolerated in Florida. I WHERE ELSE??? I TELEPHONE 1S9

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BADE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN THI USD AY. ?NOVEMBER 4. 1948

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\f ft tte! ;Ki1UrE7t oritizrlth.U. TIME TO 'FOLD UP' I Baseball, Managers1!! First Presentation Of *East Lynn At I Funeral Services 1 j plot Lopez in Funeral City Cemetery Home ,in with chargeof the
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.k.* DUy Except Sunday by I i arrangements.
I J.: -- eilMAI I. !. ABTMAM.O. ABTMA] OWMT!*. .......-rvbll.kc M..*.*.* As long ago as fire weeks. The Citizen Meet TomorrowManagers : Earn ThJllerlollI(1)" Promises; Well For Mrs. SawyerFuneral | Survivors: Son A .Leroy Sawyrr ,
Mr John
W.i
J from Tk. CltlMB BnlldlB !said' editorially, "Wouldn the Republicans ; : daughters
: and Ana atrtvt I i "East L\nni will have its Mr Fed Salomon Mrs.
Orr Gr. n tiw Gulf *
Any night a light is seen in I *
a oil l, Dally M' .w.pap.r la Key W..' andUonro be shocked if Governor Dewey is de of the Senior Wise- service: fob!; cnm'rmt"! .\lnuiv and Mrs A. Leland
first public hoing Mondav November he this Leslie D -
;) window of the barn after ursthat held
82.
County ball Sawyer. 15tome: I
feated! Since that time The Citizen on I League are requested: to m tt hth 10 the Barn Tht tre. Fiat ME : Swytr all of Key West!! :
the
: K. W..t, Florida a* .eond eUaa matterMKMBKK .at the home of President Fedro is the scenery crew .ttng: afternoon< in _
seen. at
7 of 21 1
The ladi's great-grandchildren
the decked
two other occasions asked: in effect, the cast are Cnurch, with lUv G. Leon Weltsi I 14 grandchilan f
and iJt I
t : Or TUK AMOCIATKD PRESS: Aguilar ut 7 p. tomorrow out with. all the feathers, involved with paint -: (i 1 | and a Kr';at', ... entitled toN same question night There are matters of The th ,tone officiating
Im- realistic
Tao As** lald Pr I* xelutlvely scenery > so '' child
1 a for r.p*....l.a .! all new dupatch. "r dltd outgrowth of portance to be considered, Agui- :,flounces! pointed-toed shoes and Burial 1 vi,11 be in the famly' --
The the -
question was : swell the must nes ,
'" It .r But vlbcrwlM cr.dlt.d to tkic paper and lar bmelling fc.lt. necery: for the car) --- -- -
'.. Ike local .... published litre.KITES. the prediction of all so called pollster said. honest presentation of this ageless An assortment of "Oitob is UttnatmatFrom

pcascRIPTlov that Dewey would have an time winning melodrama and the men are included n the program: for be- .
... Year "/.to easy ) well,versed the smooth hand- I
1'Fi1J'ill heel in F I Joe Marsh
bin Yo.... 100 One pollster remarked that after he tween the acts entertaimrjnt: r' where sit.by
lb._ M..tlla ________ I,?f ling of a swoon a tear or a
....... ____ 'and anvthmg from dea-!- .rnUtions I.
pan
u.a runts toe I had taken his first so-called poll, he did TiiE 'etiitt ,haughty 1iI1'ace. _
'_..Illy __.____....___..- ..IiAO"F.RTIlI'G ,:! to floradora sextet'e tan
As earlier in the .
was promised
not :see reason why he should waste \. .
any \
_. m,vtmsPt.o oi Suuth.rnmost .
M4'1'F. season; real. theatre beat:: havx bs; expected. Wives
i klade Known on Apnc.ttonIPECIAL time and money to take another poll because 3Q11. Veterans: of For I been !l1''italed.\!! the Bart,.. n4 Thp: presentatIOn of thc: t! .j'' t "Husbands, ,
\oTirk." indications were that Dewey wouldbe eizn Wars, will bo held- this eve a new curtai' $raeeij die '1 t"4d.jerfcar 'will give; the audience "r: :. .
An reaeUaV ...Uc... card. ..f thank. re-ol.tlon rucig at 8 .m, fleeting will be iJI and Marriage"Ma
at '
p The curtain is $o new: and "" '@UI -,(opportunity to boo and hiss :.u" !
'I re'a..t. fclt.try ..u_.. po-m.. .te_ wilt be the next president! of the United States. their' clubhouse( I I .
,., new on Elizabeth .t'. with the "hero
__r_ 4 r r at lbs ret. of 10 Dt. a line.N oruonized in fact. that i -an vltielln, weep i i ie. ---"
le fur ealertalnneat bjr cburehce from wbl.b The Citizen at the time remarked that treet C.rnm nder Tonv Arthur sneak! op cnfilAer'd! of "Me'.'bNItt" deeply with the hen. magvi ., an-ov"nin2 1/:1... of
.r revenue !. I* lie derived art & ccn'e a line.Itie urges all members to attend ou read that nrrfy pobhvhtd t oarco and
OU... la an own forum and Invitee dl.- a pollster. knows no more about how an a. actor: A th >ut theu ever ''snowins ; .. back to the good old days. ) I tr or.i.le. i- a -31- -... ?. tuwarJJunhappipsi' U
...._ a .f ....11. !.._... and .auaject of local or several matters of impoa lance to .t I they ha-ha call them. reten.ly in a national magazine
kefceral latereet. k.t It will not puttliah anonymous election will result than the-man-on-the- the club will be discussed: entitled "PuliandWltrs. .
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:1 street It pointed to the Literary Digest'spoll and :\rarrla l'." \s for 11 bat made happy n rriai -

: in 1936 that said indications were A>JJ>ply To ir'PlApplications It ,howed that among ItappSyriarriwl ", mfultltnttluf lulkiM the
: Landon would be elected, whereas he iM couples those; who Criticized : home waa Jj.tt'd moil important of
for marriage )licenses themttlof outnumber! alt\nd from w here I kit,a hatband
carried only two state in the union. It filed yesterday Dixie f I&3 .hw spend eun
.MEMBER (@ 1949 were" n t'",.t. wino; cnticiz"d the other per- end wife ca. an .c
was further pointed out that the Digest the office of County Judge Ray .m. AmonR unhappily: Itll1rrie.lc"Jplo by the firc-.ith nothing inure
and mond R. Lord by David M. RIggs. exciting than a mellow glass:| of
had
sent out 10 million ballot eight 9 -. it was J jut: the opposite
22, of the U. S Navy. and Dorothea Crystals d theeUwr hter and a frteadlj ronterMtioaere -
tended t' crjtH. ze
returned which far. eacu one
million of them wan a
Ruth Dandignac 23 of 723 a tr4iJ< ,.eU-matcked coupU\ :
far greater supposed !sentiment of the Duval street; b:>' Joseph T. Kei That> the way it is in our town, .
win, 33 of the U S. !Nav; %. and 2 a.I :...ueit ib in \ >ur-. T i ititi-m,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST voting public than the recent "scientific"pulls. < .. ',. qfI
Mary Virginia Raftus 30. of the \\ i ether ifs f a -if( t..tA"r 9e
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN : I U S, Naval Ho-"petal: and bCt'. i .+. XL.--- ..r a ut.d': i t..>t. for p.e!
cil A. Mardis 23. and Gent L,.
One of the last! things The Citizen d r

1. More Hotels and Apartments. i said about the pollsters was that the street Campbell, 18 both of 800 V .1;mss -y i r'1y I I ( j". ',-:'.t. I' st:. I ".'h.d t.., lt'k"S =

:S.= Beach and Bathlnf Pavilion.I. didn't know how the election would come ---, -.- I


r L 4.ft.. Consolidation Airports Community City-Governments.Land Auditoiium.of and County Sea. and The out know and Citizen only that when said the further.the American voters in commenting public had !spoken' would on I it's sweeping the country Its Procter & Gamble's


the "poll" conducted bv a Miami newsman.

working for a Republican paper that his

prediction that Truman would find it "dif-

11tNOG1t.11'II 1 ficult" in earning Florida that it felt confident '

George Gallup, that President Truman would carr

Princeton, N. J. this state. I NEW WASHDAY MIRACLE !

Dear George: Finally. it is about time that the pollsters

Hou red was your face when you 'fold up" as the Literary Digest: did .

read the news uf Truman's 'idory after its fiasco in 1936.

TlIlOHACLE I

Health is something that is appreciated -
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CHARACTERISTIC No soap-no. other "suds"-no other washing .product
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-- It might pay some parents to know a vrt shi. ,

The Post, of Wet Palm Beach, Florida little about what their offspring are doing known -will get your family wash as CLEAN as Tide! 7// ,

recently carried an interesting editorial and where they do it.
I about a heavy wind storm accompanied

IJ Icy} torrential rains, that truck that region. FIVE NATIONS PLAN DEFENSES J

Hitrh-tension wires were torn down, and ,

electric service Mopped Then within While it is difficult to forecast the \

J minute, the lights of trucks, obscured by outcome of the defense plans of the five -7 \
t 74" y f ifWorld's '. .
the tearing torm, were seen crawling Western! nations of Europe, considerable (] ,

; t -- along the streets.. : : Crew; from the power preliminary work is .. being done, with '!- "" t". ,1't. \\ ."
-: company swarmed into trees and among some attention being paid to the important f/j: ." ..

:; buildings fighting the twisting broken problem of financing rearmament. 4'If 't
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: win'*. Lathed foj wind and ram, the; Unofficial dispatches from Europe indicate t' ,
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climbed the pole and repaired the that an army of some 3000.000
CLEANEST wash! Actually BRIGHTENS colors! World's WHITEST wash! Q
damage. Fort minutes after the breakdown men is in the program with about twenty /
-' the lights came back on, the re- armored divisions with modern weapons Tide washes duthes cleaner than Try Tide on your wash print Just ..wait till you see _our white lQ
an other wahda> product! .\nd dresses aprons tablecloths things after a Tide wash" VVh>. : SO:l'
: frigeratort! hummed and the radios poke and machines. The bulk ot the manpower, .
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that &ovs for eierthin: watch them come ifondir/ully in hardest Hater Tide gets alloir -
iiice more. it is assumed would be provided by from tomp: nv; linens to greasy brighter as Tide makes dulling \ white things whiter than
:. The Post published the names of the France but the British Dutch and Belgians on'ralls Tide with its new soapfilmdisappear..tndsafetYes! any soap or another washing:
line crew and the trouble men who did would be expected to contributesome cle suds, not only leaves e\en)our \\ith all its terrific cleaning power product knownnd Tide keeps '
h..ai..t.hh: free from dirt but for heavy work' clothes, Tide is them dazzling white, week after
the job And its editorial it said : divisions
o -" in : actualiy! rtmuvsoap him too. truly soft for gawashabli" colors' weik.= neter turns them,dlu\\ '-...
I ''THere came to our recollection the end- The European defense leaders are attempting )
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KSJ flatulence we hear from politicians to set up a schedule for themselves -

about) Hig u'ines.! ." We recalled the before seeking the assistance of the %4'O% )

statement of one such !sycophant You United States. It is believed in Europe

can always make headway attacking Dig that something like a Lend-Lease pro- 1.,4

Kusmesjt.l And again. "Raise hob with the gram will evolve which will permit them I "DE I

I jaiblic utilities That's always popular:' to receive substantial aid from this country .I

\Ve tried to imagine that politician in the form of capons, equipment .
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doing the things we had een these rubber- and supplies. GETS CLOTHES CLEANER THAN ANY OTHER '

coated men do."e lacked that much As economic recovery is more pro-I .

imagination . ." nounced in Europe the WASHDAY PRODUCT YOU CAN BUY 1 / ; y

This deserved tribute was paid to the that the five countries can do somethingmore I

crew of one electric companj: And es- in the way of their own defense. /-e?TRULYSAFEPV -"' '

I fentially the same thing has happenedtime That of course, is the prime factor in 0 s.

and time again throughout the coun- plans for an arm but the French it appears -

try. The companies go on quietly giving are in no condition to support the i "

fine service. often under the most adverse cost of an army on a large scale Meanwhile I

conditions: And the people, who work for it is obvious; that the three million

them have the knowledge the courajre men if trained armed and equipped are I r r ahf
i and the spirit that makes maintenance of no match for the millions that the Red

.. that kind of services possible. That is one Army can throw into a fray. I II -

of the characteristics of tree enterprise. I II .

There is never any scarcity of excuses I II I r ra

1. LARKS IN THE PARKS for doing what you want to do.
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Visitors to National parks National One trouble with the human race is

monuments and other areas administered the number of people who know how to

Ly the National Park Service totaled 9.GO .- read: but have not learned how to think. I I -

,:J18 in the travel year ending :
her 30. 1948 This travel :, septem-I|I 6,000 PER CENT I Ii I : ".

:364,189 itor", or 17 percent. the record | b. E G u
t
established in the 1047 travel }'ear. The !'i Now that ""Life With Mother" has. r B 1 ,:- New miracle suds!r
t' \ ,. 3 1
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increase resulted from the inclusion of I'I opened its run in the city of New York the E.. \V, Q O j R O More suds in hardest water!
travel Lake Texoma theatrical a ? s. 1a Q Q Cj th Is .. .
to Recreational Area. experts are calling to mind the t In .ind-.o-hands s suds that
Texas Oklahoma and Coulee Dam ;: tremendous success scored b>' its. predecessor __.. __ A y et m St s l"nk difT-rent )ml different.Wonderful .
Recreational: Area. "Life With Father"One -n evetYt hta9 t co mptdetY c ko9 a to in the Ji rwn,
Washington where
a0
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no I'I ,pill Y ov ate of Y our p nded. too1! 'fr\ fide for di..lu--4 '
\isitorcounts were made in the 1947 travel writer on theatrical affairs said -l r lids vetttseln ent.l4 vwsed po tlion fit eels see hot h.,) slwilb'. c-
year The increase e during 1948. in the '" that Life With Father," which opened ; ad In the utth6 se R without wiping!

areas in which visitor records were maintained November 8. 1939' and closed July 12, nets1el a std the pd '

during the previous year, amountedto 1947. hung up a world's record of 3,21J

1.6G3.788; performances and a profit ol six thousandper : I
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cent wn the original investment of II II I si
When you make mure money than $:!3.000,
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you are accustomed to spend l it IN time to I I It appears that anyone who wishes to

cave more money than you Itave been ac- make big money can do so by writing a 1 ,
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CB-stomed to save. recurd-brcaking play.: I t
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!'ACEl'OUR IP 5m :KEY WEST CITIZEN g THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4, 194S .



s I Navy. Wives Club- No. 88 Held i Area SupervisorY

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I CLASSIFIED ADS : Interesting Meeting Wednesday To Be Here


Navy Wives Club No. 88 yesterday November 12th, at the American ,1IO1r(1I3lfternoon '

afternoon held its weekly Legion Home on Stock Island. I
Information for the Advertisers : Charles M. Lewis. New York
meeting at St. Mary's Pansh | Mrs. Pat Kirkpatrick. a pros- City. supervisor of the Eastern

BATES FOR REGULAR end PATME1'IT ; Hall on Duval street with thir- pective member, made her first Area of the United States for the
BLACKFACE< TYPE Payment for classified ad er".*. '''
teen members a prospective attendance and Nim Leslie Gul-
meats Is invariably In advance but Armed Services YMCA. will be
Advertisements under this bead regular advertisers with ledger ar member a guest and a disting- ey was a guest of T!'o club at in Key West Monday to confer
will, b. inserted' In The Citizen at counts may bar their adverbs... ijished guest speaker present. the meeting. with officials of the local
I the rate of 2e a word for each In- meats charged. 1 Armed
erUon. but toe minimum charge for rL'BLiCATIoDEADL5: E i Chaplain C. C. Hartung. U. S. The Board (.- directors will Services YMCA Lesleigh Davis,
the first la word or less Is :Me.Th To Insure publication ropy teas'i.Nary,. gave a very interesting and meet Monday afternoon at 2:00 director announced today. .
rata for fclwtra** type Is :3c a be I. The Citizen office; before.tt
word and the minimum charge for o'clock In the morale of the day Informative address on the as- p. m. at the home of the Presi- Fred Miller, chairman of the
the. first li word it tits of pubU aUoa. tit "' ,J ts of married We, and the ne- dent, Mrs. Vera Wood 1500 Seminary Key West Armed Services Y. M.

'ie -i[eefflty.Ioi! the sharing of responsibility St., and the next regular C. A, announced that there ,wifl
and social activities by meeting will be h"" Wednesdav be a meeting of the board
Alt advertising Is accepted under the following conditionsIn the ''i te. lu.band ant wife, and stressing afternoon 2:00 at St. at 4 in on
event of error In ndserllring. transient or contract. The Citizen will be I at p.m. Monday p.m. the YMCAin
I. responsible "nlv fr th. first ln<.rtlon In Classified AdvenUlac. and In I I I the fact that without this Mary's Parish I:d... The monthly Jackson Square for the pur.
Display AdrrriKiBK lain>f iho. a. teal amount of space occupied by the i sharing any marriage is in grave Luncheon meetings of the Club of receiving an :
part of the a*, "'i m *h i> tie error occur '" !I' pose important
.t.:.. ._ ...'danger."following.. will be held at noon on November message from Lewis.
. . . . trr'.7 his talk. Chaplain 24th. The board will consider the

FOR SALE-HOUSES I Ir FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOuj' Hartung invited the ladies to Members attending yesterday's proposals to.be submitted by

AND LOTS I I ask any questions they. might meeting were the Mesdames Iona Lewis and will take suitable action -
White have in mind and an informal Aiken. Kathleen A*>r>-"nte. Dorothy Miller said.
: enamel $2.75. Outside I discussion ensued, during which Biekcl. Isabel Biiss. Teresa _
Five-room hungalo-. practically white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per''
I i refreshments were served. nr xton. Hele.> \-nerwa. Edith
furnished. Two bedroom., tile gallon up. 50-ft V garden !I The WeatherHWECAST
business
There then short -
was a Clark. Olive Curtis Genevieve
bath stall shower elsctrically- hose $3.95. Doheit) & Co., 846
session, when final arrangements Ewing, Jeanne Reynolds. Frances
equipped kitchen breakfastporch Olivia. Phone 1597. novl-tf i
were made for the dance Wood and
Schimmeyer, Vera
gl :>boo-m front porch J .
sponsored by Navy Wives Club Ellen McMullins. Kev West and ,
overhead i ,rn throughout Cor- { Key West Cook Book and its i Mary VltimlParC!
No. 88 to be held on Friday night
cloudy and warmer thru
ncr lot lOO x 100. Fenccd-in : herbs and seasonings at the! -- - ---- Friday

yarn Separate laundry unit'By Marshall Studio Shop in Tele- WANTED-SALESMEN Weasel play a relatively minor Moderate to fresh ;xmtheastcriy

o..ncr. Reasonable. 3501 j graph' Lane. Also limclade.j part in the annual fur harvest winds.
1 Flaglcr Avenue. Can be seem garlic olive*, coconut candy smallas Florida: Partly cloudy thru
) their
Four years ago W. E. Burden was because pelts are so Continued
T niter 4 daily. nov2-5t: and turtle Friday. warm.
p.m. ; soup. I worth the
be -
in poor health because of con- to hardly trapper's thru the Florida
JacksonyjHe
1.1
100.1' fining work. He left a good job efforts. I Straits: Moderate winds southerly .
2 building lots each 50 x octJOQOV2-4-6X'1. as Snipping Department Fore-
in north portion and south.
it Staples Ave $800 per lot. Fitch dandruff man in the factory to se.l Read the Classified Ads in The .
south in
east to southern
f Phone 1002-R. nov3-3txi 25c size for 19c. Poor Old I Rawleigh Products in SouthShplby Citizen. sections
thru Friday. Partly cloudy
Craig, 1019 White.Street '
} ; County, Tenn. He is weather.
!
FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD nov4-ttx now in much better health and PERSONALUla : East Gulf: Same as above.Western .
FURNITURE j the. profits from his businessare Caribbean
: Moderate
Ii i FOR SALEHOUSESAND LOTS : three times what he was Hartley, representative spfi-1 easterly winds thru Friday. Partly .

Love seat. breakfast set barrel. Making as a foreman. There cial reducing equipment foi cloudy weather with widely
chair. Phone 1517-W. Apply. -3-- ) is 4n opening like Burden's in' Beauty. Shop. Phone 032586 or scattered showers.No .
: Waterfront home, landscaped, lot 20125 for demonstration. 1600
1-1 Poinciana Phace. ; City of Key West right now. J small craft or storm
50 warnings
nov3-4tx x 100 furnished, two bedrooms .. Wq invite correspondence or a N.W. 14th Street, Miami. Fla. have been issued. '
,
two baths, electric letter of inquiry if you need novl-6t
kitchen. Bargain for quick I' TIDES
outside work to improve your
Sofa and club chair. -10.00.dress- sale. Terms. Owner 2313 Pat. health and a good income in a >, GARDEN AND LAWN \j (Naval Base)
ing table. $6.00: ice box $25.00.. terson Avenue, opposite Yacht I business of your own. Write I;' SUPPLIES 't TomorrowEastern
Call 695-M or 1527-M., Club. Standard Time
Rawleigh's. Dept. FAJ-660-216,, ( ) .
nov4-3tx I nov2-tues-thurs-sat-tf i Memphis, Tenn. Implements: Collin machettes.j! High Low

oct25-27-23novl-3-4-6t:.r Eye hoes Plumb Boy's axes! 6:43 a.m.
Playpen kiddy koop baby bed ;! FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD i i picks. Key West Garden and; 1:15 p.m. 5:39 p.m.

and various i-temya Can: ntibrn-|i APPLIANCES Ic EQUIPMENT I WANTED TO RENT i i Lawn Supply 914 Fleming St.

ings or evenings 1100 Mat-' j TeL 1019. nuv 2-tf Dr. John S. Dickey. presidentof

garct downstairs. nov43txOne Water pump, tank motor. Din Furnished three-room apartmentor Dartmouth College. born Lock

ing table. 4 chairs. 1019 Flag- furnished cottage. two WANTED TO BUY Haven. Pa 41 years ago
ler Phone 740-R. nov2-3tx ---- -
sofa bed. newly upholstered! adults: 4-year-old daughter.
plastic arms and tapestry. Ap- Phone 9292. oct306tWANTEDEMPLOYMENT Wanted Cut Hair-Will pay 1 to !; QUICK RELIEF FROM

ply 710 A>he St. or Phone Spindrier washing machine. $70. 5 dollars per ounce. depending ,
1060-M. v nov4-2tx] Guaranteed. Phone 1164-M. on length, color and conditionof Symptoms of> Distress Arising from

oct30-tf hair. Send full length sample STOMACH ULCERSDUETO

FOR SALEBUSINESS ; Will care for children. Days. Mrs. Lock Box 105 KeWest.. EXCESS ACIDFree

: FOR SALE-MUSICAL I .R. Hohl. general Delivery.: Post Fla. no_ )2i> BoohTellsof HoraeTreatmeatdut

I PLACEt-- ,; INSTRUMENTS Office. Key West Florida. Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing

Fully-equipped Di- nov3-2tx o".th. ," II..B trot let of thr Wiuju
Street. oct30-6tx iFOR William & Mary period Sehraff T.u '0F'3.r i I..iM Ores told far rrtiel eras
Vision grand piano. Reasonable. 616 mnti>m->f distress arising from St......
HELP
WANTED-FEMALE
If.W and Du.d.cal UlcvrtIn., to Ezetss Acttf_
!I Duval Streetnov24t P... Cigtstivn. Sear or Upset Stsnuck.Cusitnl .
RENT-APARTMENTS
; : Hurtrurfi. S**rstsmss.etc.
'Salesgirls wanted. Full-time and AILETS, tt Furnished apartment 3 rooms and I Premier. grand piano, $730.00. ;pafUUme for Christmas holi- It. ............. A-l. for "WUUrd's KtttES ..loch fuEdid. / .
| 1020 South St. noy3-tf c"--,1..tw.e.1 .**!**this trralmral-frM-at
'p# .pQl-k. Apply S. H. Ki-3ss
bAth Maid and janitor services J tea Ntf GARDNER'S PHARMACY
linens and utilities fur- & Co. nov2-3t ....-In
II ORIENTAL PHARMACY
FOR SALE-USED CARS I
nished. Summer rates. Coral : !., .
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tf otcl Apartments, opposite Post 1940 Packard, 4-door sedan. $625. .,

Office. novl-4tx I 1401 White Street Phone 195-J. -.r _:... ; .

Call between 1 and 6. r : _
Furnished 2' 1-2-room apartment novl-6tx ") 'I

Utilities furnished. Children' yi/I1

under 1 year accepted. Apply 1941 Ford convertible club coupch WP1lN&

915 Windsor Lane. novl-tf 1941 Buick super 4-door fcdajl :

Commercial Credit 421 Fleming I :

Four apartments available. 411; Street. novl-otx .. AC77QN. )

William Street. oct3-28tx :; .
i Packard 8. 4-door sedan. Good

Furnished apartment 1 or 21! clean car. J. D. Bearup, rear ( "'; .
.J '
months. Summer rates. Ap- 822 Fleming Street. J i
,
ply 708 South Street Phone novl-6tx J ...,
washes -
226. oct30-5tx | everything
1941 Packard convertible excel

Furnished 2-bedroom apartment lent condition low mileage.

1 on second floor. Children ac- Reasonable. 616 Duval St. !. FASTER CLEANER WHITER BRIGHTERthan

cepted. $97.50 per month plus nov2-5t
water and utilities. Phone ,

mornings, 1185-R. 1947 Buick Super convel hble. '

nov4-9-ll-3t covers new top all 9000 accessories.miles new Can seal see any soap in hardest water!

FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS at 40-C Seaplane Base. E. J.

Sligcr. nov2-3tx
Overseas Hotel, low rates.: Cof- 11- New ingredient gets

fee shop. bar. nov2-25th 1949 Me'-cur,' sport coupe. Metallic while wash whiter. .
blue. $2650.00. 43=1 colors brighter! Women ..

TOWN HOTEL. DOUBLE Poinciana Place. nov3-4tx are raving about this
"
; 'abulous washday discovery -
ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4 .' 'r'
DAILY. LIMITED NUMBER ; 1947 Nash 4-door sedan. 19.000 ..? r i ,, that gets even _
OF ROOMS. S60 PER MONTH.' miles. Cleanest car in town. mew extra-dirty clothes ex- /t.
of r tra-clean! Yes, all family
oct28-tf I Original owner. $175.00 in ex
\/ wash gets cleaner
tras. Must be seen to appre
faster. And FAB .
i with
FOR RENT-EQUIPMENT ciate. Can be financed with ?
nit SUPERWETTINGACTION !
$695.00 down. Rrfj-'s Bar. 62' i ,. I
1-2 bag Jaeger Auto-Load Cc- Duval. nov3-4tx i ;". : contains a new .
I .n reciient that gets '
ment Mixer to experienced op- | e"t'
E white wash whiter and
erator. $7.50 per day. Phone' 1948 Pontiac Scdancttc. hydroj j ,/ : It colors bnghter! ,.

876-W. novl-6tt matic. 2,000 mile New car ............ 1.f : R
guarantee. Phone 1 16-R. j 1t'i .l : }"

FOR RENT-APARTMENTS !1 nov-4-31 i i iI l/ washtikeoverallsand' -

AND ROOMS k -
\ l' play clothes, cleaner -
FOR SALE-BOATS '
The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming i) AND MOTORS I i; : "4 r faster with this newest .

Street has an efficiency apt I < : miracle from the Ij

and several sleeping rooms va- 36ft. cabin cruiser houseboat 10 I I Colgate- Palmolive. J' '

cant. Low weekly or monthlyrates. j ft. beam, fresh water cooled. ? Peet laboratories! ''

novl-tf|! Mianus marine engine sleeps i .
two. bottle jasstove., ice box. f xau..i..ai
STORAGE full toilet facilities. Slightly -- '

damaged due to hUI ricane. 1

lied Brick Storage Co. Furniture Willing: to sacrifice no reasonable -J It. COlClt.TE:.
PAL MOUVE.
or commercial. Phone 798. ; offer rt.fu.-cd. 524 Rose| PUT PRODUCT
novl-tf Lane. nbv 3-4tx{i RICH SUDS..HO SOAP

.. EVEN IN 0
SCUM -
MISCELLANEOUS j i 1, Gray marine engines and service HARDEST WATERS I
C. R. Smith opposite Firestone
Washers, irons vacuums and Station. Marathon. novl-imo I FAB-s SUPERAVET-- 1 '
fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone TING ACTION IS a 0

1164M. 'novl-iT; FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES. ne scientific wash- .wting C
e
BringsETTItiG ,,. l
SCOOTERS It MOTORCYCLES pnnclple. C t ti
REFRIGERATIONImmediate you rich suds m hard- yJ s
'''hen ) ,
water. '
1943 Indian $150.00.
Motorcycle. est Wi th -
service domestic or 1115 Fleming or Phone 350- .sh. FAB -
commercial. Holbrook Refrig- SUPER -tti ._ ,iris

eration Service. Phone 724-W. One (I) Whizzcr motor bike ACTION penetrates and y1oUS SaDS
materials faster f .. rxi 3EteT
nov2-6tx practically new. $75.00. 820' thoroughly thIO&p. wtsNSt trEti 6

Georgia Street nov4-6tx more dirt out
BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES ; Pushes rtyi
,i 10 "graying soap t FufvM for all!
Books Books Book : FOR RENT-ROOMS I scum.Wash Is cleaner, f49r INSTANT. RICH rats

whiter! :1.. suoSmssaO t familwash,
Art Supplies Art Supplies Furnished rooms. 626 Gnnncll

Bookshop Cor. Simonton & L.ton Street $6.25'single.. )'._fIJ and dishes i

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. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1943"* -0. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN- I
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,,,,r,1 Of /)/'-('(./'''-.;, Key Jf'est Wonum's -- --- .- : .- '-. - ) '

Club, Mel At Home Of PresidentA ; ,. ; !

meeting: ot tt.t Board of Di- FRiDAY and
Women's Clubs LAST (
I meeting to beI 2' DAYS
rettors of the Key West Woman's I I held in Ft. Lauderdale on Novcm.
Club was held 'Stprclav afternoon SATURDAY
at the home of thc president -- t. her 13. This meeting will be of i 1t 1 1PEPPERELL

Mrs. Lee Goddard particular interest because the t
The I I Key West club has been
main topic of discussionwas invited t
of course; the Key \Vo!jt Cook!jto j function very vi* 'llv in the I -, ,
r.. K, w11ich I I'man's I -
"
IS sponsored by.the national t
convention which will =
\\'( Club, and which has\ take YARDAGE
:j place next spring _
just arrived and been put sale j "
on The
next ,
:
icfiu ar meetins of PillowCases .
at the Clubhouse on Duval street !'i j the Key West I J
( \Vonnn Club will I s t _- -= -- MATERIALS E
There was also discussed the 1 I be held Tuesday afternoon Nt)-.I -:1-i- -
I :
matter of a cliIcRition from the I = FURTHER .
/ ember 9th "at the Clubhouse at. = ,'16" >><< 12"II
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tkib the I
attending District 11 otin j 3:30.: j I

-4----------- ----_i. I 49 REDUCTIONS!, ,,lih*
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ti Suitable for Slip COT I
(: .. Giuiri: 'mmN I Shower ru----1,. Sherry \,, g Sensational ers. Drapes andUpholalermg 1

Continued From Pace One) y ,tpp.N Savings 1
march through the Naval Sta-I Tyson'Postponed( SHEETS PRI fS WIDE SELECTION I
Key Vest'sMost f f//ED r OF PATTERNS
tion.There NEW ,
will be four ruffles on It has, been announced bv Mrs 63 99 $1.95 and U SED
the bugle as well. I Rosalyn) Tyson that thc 'lingerie; x Furniture +
I'j and 1 linen 15c-l 00 :
shower .
The Little White House at the scheduled to be Gteatesi
Naval Station is being trimmed(. held at her home 715 South I 72x99 $2.10 Amazing JA Value ,n Tower

_gAin today in expectation of the I street, tomorrow afternoon honoring $1.75 .
arrival of the President.The : Miss Sherry Tyson has SALE ,
81
been postponed x 99 $2.30 PER YARD. ,
coconut palms were being' 909 Fleming St. .
: The
trimmed this morning and the affair will be held at 6'30 i
I II
entire building was being aired: p.m. on Saturday Nov 6th instead "'
,
,
out. The structure: will be ready bliss Tyson will become a I
I bride in the near future
,
by the time the President '
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gets
here. I I LI IyG ROOM Reif "

Along Southard street trees I:I i Francisco Dr Karl, famed M, Dow man .>1 San. SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE! TWO-PIECE I
are being trimmed. The street:' physician-psy f/ I
and the sidewalks are being i 60 chiatribt years,ago born:: in Topeka Kans.. MIRRORS 395 Living Room Suite S7950 I ;

brightened up. !, '



Secret to f GAMY arrive service here men tomorrow.f ROUCSTh are expected They- I''! always.will select V the line of march__h as II I II I II Assorted LIVING ROOMTABLES 8 Metal rc r roi4 9 .50 r Folding CHAIRS SLAT AS IS9Sc I : II






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:2r: 4 ty a'ii Metal Chests $49.5O : '






( 99 1 Metal Beds '$17 tea

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r 9 x 12 .' ',. Full Length PLASTIC
Smo king -
: Dr0 -Leaf f % ,; ,. .
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Stan ds Axmmster x'< .: DRAPES I SHOWER

TABLES .0' M a"4 t 0\ Ii L' CURTAINS

"It's not that he's afraid to dive in that mud wa METAL RUGS 1L et\9\\\\ d Q "' $3.95 .

ter-but he just had his uniform washed sparkling SoldWoorJ5895, $2.75 X39.15 y v o 512.50 ] $2.95

clean at COLUMBIA LAUNDRY!" \\o 1twliitt j
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Metal Folding Unfinished \) ox54tta n95" 9 x 12 ft USED '



CAffiNeorVUOooaIIiiJr CHAIRS BRIDGE Walnut Poster Beds n"h'f II H KNEEHOLE DESKS I "X, 9e Gov Co"'o>$"t y' t 'l-."j"! .': I Broadfelt RUGS jlll'BROADFELT //1'1 BEDSPREADS CHENILLE k



# $2.95 58.85 I $9.85 .. .j: $18.95. i--! Another95

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STOMACH AILMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS, HIGH-BACK PLATFORMROCKERS

RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS,NEURITIS INNERSPRING I
and such complaints as Headaches. Nervousness, Acids Toxins, Bloat 2-PIECE SIMMONS
tbg Lack of \llallt Energy, Poor Appetite, Underweight, Dizzy Spells. j $2975
Drugless Health! Read What They Say! Mattresses S1995SPECIAL

REGARDLESS of how long you ASSORTED COLORSLAST
harp bern a sufferer and bow many i il TiLTBACK FOlD-A-\\ A Y
medicines you hate tried before, iI I o
you > c
try GtOVir\ti:,*U0fheeonderi'n1
mineral aid. red and enjoy the results -
one week after you start tak- l I Ib tai a \.
m*it. GEO-MINERAL comes from -
the earth Nature laboratory eec With CHAIR BEDS 4 Ct'k .
ontains; NO alcohol NO preserve i
tires. NO oil NO harmful drus., \ \..
NO dope i M NOT habit forming! t\\-
('ontams ONLY Natures minerals \X10 <.O\\l\\
the oldest most reliable remedy for All-Sprang Coastruction ;- Inncrsprirg Mattresses L..
rheumatism. arthritic kidney and j QS \\\G\O
stomach ailments- highly recommended 1
bY the medical profession.! I a ., 1"
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) SPECIAL SPECIALrt50
FOR TilOl'&.\ND of years ever \ qSi )q Sao 'a
Wore Hipocrates was the father of f
medicine. minerals and other oat- \)0\"P
veal medicines were a reliable remedy I
for most of our common ail iL ".,. om.. ::Stp:;
menls. GEO-MINER: .%L Mill enrich $ v.. O
>..L.r blood help to make you strong r 4' 2'
fail of pep life and energy If jouMffrT .. $9950
from nutritional anemia f t --i
nervousness, lark of \italitv and
energy see what GEO-MINESU.

will do for you.Amazing. Results .:. ,'__, ._.. _L "" .. .it
"We not only sell Geo-Mineral TWO-DAY SPECIAL
MEDIC'.\L record show 65',< of says G. A. Littlelield. Manager _of ..
mm and women OUT ij suffer from Smith Drug Store Gastonia N. C yFC'
nutritional mineral" 'iron anemia. "tout as pharmacists we know good : One Lot
Uhcn feel nervous dull tired.Lzy medicine.and we believe there is none NEW LOT : ::
you
better than eo-Mineral! as a supplement -
have dui spills no ambitionto for mineral deficiency Doctors, One Lot
.
work or play a poor appetite hospitals,,sanatoriums know the value R
_
mnants
when your eyes lack that bright uf natural manerals.: M are aol uvprised Coffee Tables
spark and your mind brilliance at toe many users who cam iNNERSPRINGMATTRESSES
when headaches get the best of you back to buy more and told us stories \>xtt41 G\ .
benefit H t recommend it Table eS
and you feel old before your time. of amazing rf'Lotn"aDd belovedones Lamps \\
and life seems rut worth lit'ins) tu our friends 5
and to etery one wuhlng lor
with worry wearing you down-it ." \\ Tables
may be imply lack of minerals in better healtn.springs. : Lamp
Material
your blood GEO-\1L. 'Llt.1L;; istb..n Watch your elimination V eo\)\f> ... Drapery r[
what you needRNEI'll.UISM from your bowels a day or two after >
\'to
arthritis i are using iL The waste, black as $1.95 __ Q
dreadful diseases. \cid coUdition in the color of your shoes,will start to >
the blood i<>often their cause W hat break away, and you will SEE! it! fa End Tables
could be the remedy* For thousands Also examine: your urine. Ton may $19.95 _
of minerals have been 25cSingle
year see impurities-poisonous waste-
used! to nhetbe pain and suffering coming out of your kidneys relieving METAL LAMP COMPLETE > i
of these ills People. on the ad- you.nd then realize" the priceless '
tire of their doctors. *o to mineral : talue of GEO-ML\ER\L. WITH SHADE HURRICANE $7.95
springs to find Urf' or relief The .
.
Koosetelt used to 100% Guaranteed! Double erg> t EACH
late President cote DAMAGED .,' .. > ,__
Warm Springs in Georxie Hewas WE I RGE everyone to try GEO-
helped or would not bate lone l'1I"ER.'L Do not hesitate one mo- ---------
there twice a year.Wonder I ment. Go t.. your drug store now N

PEAR after year Minerals people rush tomineral you Get one are bottle not 100 I per se it cent one satisfied week.. If, _- 7'Iw Ill' A v W E Li 0 1Mr" P A W,. Y I,Lt... -
and to drink we will refund your money.REGARDLESS 4"1U R
and bathe springs in their miraculous spas .'a- hate;been suffering of. and bow how long many YOU All Sales Final!!!! I' A -' Right Reserved
hate all heard of the "on-
tert
and droui famous springs Thronion of Lourdos.in ancient trance (medicines;EO'MINERL: you hate may tried be the before remedy gp. COD's fllrllIUrf'; unit I'urirhinrs I viiiliuii, Ulnul lit.\l C1'1'f'a.hen". according to legend you nerd! NO REFUNDS
Hercules the god of etenul.trf'n-Ih and: for TRY you it and today be!the It may best wonders investmentfor mvnsr EXCHANGES Phone 682 KEY WEST FLA. Quantitiesp.
and bathed youth to be drank forever its young.GEOMINLR.U. waters. your health Make. you feel,eat 909 FLEMING ST., cor. Margaret St. ,
contains min- sleep,work and enjoy, life better. ,
the world best GCO-AUNEKU.; $1.18,C for l.M
eraU get at
you .. rlondaf "''L , PHAKMAC a K v West. r-awi- :, Tr "";7 -""""' wv
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Vylait J ;JT;;i't! ,to J"n *di! ;>-idd l{

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il 600 Fleming St

By NINA LESLIE GULLY i! :
The Citizen Office-51 FAUSTO'S
1)liOllCS. IeSldence-G29-XJ: I ItlllllllM3lIIW1UtUtIlOG9611111I1I1111lBlIIGIIi111111111111 PHONE 48

II I !! IUIWllllllllllllllllllnWUIIIUlIIIUIiIIIUIWUII : ..

1 Iirtllliy1)illm'r Of Ladies AuxiliaryJW ; ; v.- {{'P f'lirfJ' .GLB. :


f j 39N. 1'FH', Successful, Enjoyable'; '


' after The having opinion attt-n uf .Your leJ n-pnrt'r'l|I IIiiillx1.iv l I thn cakes.- t'ered! The main affair cake with was red a', rF

'I I OIOI..r u.; flit, LaJles'Auxiliarv j, v hate and blue icing, and was LOU R. 5 43cPILLSBURY'S
of |Put 3911, VFW. isI]: just as good a.s it looked which m!! PKG:
that tlM-rt' arr a lut of mIghty I I was very good indeed. II j .
turret <- ;#
BEST
usg1mzatlOn.j I I PLAIN OR SELF-RISING 0 0
The d!nmr was ands yet uncompleted Post .4 _
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Pifet llmrn .t 22a Elizabeth''Home is fnenJlv and informal, 'I J": FANCY YELLOW. FANCY HARD HEADS
Jilt strvet, ..n i was very will attindJ. -j J| and it promises to be a fine mt't't4'!
,, more than MV.n!y.fi\e J't'ri+i jing i piece: when everything is in I I. [
i ONIONS 3 Ibs. 17c 1 CABBAGE 2lbs. 9cU.
Fins hating ltn present, and i., order. including an all-electric f
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all of wh* ti hud a IIMH! turn and kitchen t
g an xrvrdingly guvl I dmmr I| Present and past officers of the |
Then wo a fun?: table. spread 1 Auxiliary and Post were introduced 4 S. NO. 1 GRADE WHITE
1. with a temptingaiittv of dishes : during the dinner and announcement \ T R
nivl th. Kaly ic-v >rat<.-.1 l with was made that the't I"ljojt liE
hoses an.1 ',rn,. i...k.-.tlI.lt.ht'Jd I i will hold its Armistice D-iy i Ibs
two large. lovely birthday cakes I!' Dante on the night of November I POTATOES 5 19c

lind I roam iinall--r l'hOl'Olate 11th. --__ ; f Armour's Luncheon Meat

I j All-Day Meeting; ; -Of Everready;; ; : Star i! < _

I Club, '1'" !lie Held Tomorrow i\ *_ CRISP ICEBERG 12'ozCan 41c

The Event.ad, Star Club, Order during the day in quilting and 1'!I", CARROTS 2 -' 17c I LETTUCE 2 HEADS 23c
of Eastern Star. will holt an doing fancy work in pteparation !
all-da) m t.tin! ;. t.>.n .1 row,. Fr:. for their bazaar to be held in : |
day, beginning; at 9.30 a m. in the December II | ,
I
'P So..tU.h Rite Temple. it ha been I They are planning their new "
annuuncrd Eastern Star Tern>'" which will .
Lunch will I b .c'I at n,xinan I be the southernmost Temple of SHalved
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It 'mi And I'i'ilt Halloween Carnival; : CARNATION LiB.B/ 1S SUGAR


t I 11r!(! rriday! On) Harris School rounds; 4 ,

: The Hatlojrrcn Ciinivdl heel 11f I. containing th new and exutmg EVAPORATED MILK I Ynow "'ling FINE -
>n tin Harris -d..1 1 Gr.tunds Bluebeard's Chiir (4i /
J'1 1 last Friday afti.men. and &pon |'r i Therva..: also a largeariet\. : Peaches
1 "mil by the P T f.. of mat !school '' GRANULATED \
(,f refreihnt'nt.s. and the feature WITH UIBY'S PEACHES MAKES AN >IDEAL -
f Was a utll-aiti'n It" I amt IT :z. 3 C
eughly l l fciMttssful affair. thor-I I uf the day :ws the children par- PEACH VELVET CREAM Cars
There was rurtunt'-tf'lling. aJt !in costume Prizes wereawarded | \
'cz.cd19c
f 'uitchs pot and the famous 100 Bttty gJlonll.n, JoePierce _
year old Ch ist that appeared t-s-I Linda: -
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Sweeting Hen _
pei"tally fur tie txiaMon There I r>' Chare and Frederick Ar- I 5 Le. 3Sc .
1 was also th- !house of Horrors I I mayor. : 4 TALL 49 -- BAG

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Calendar Of 1)rSOlllllJlf.lllioll ':
TEXAS PRIDE
Coining;; LI'Pllh. The many fnendo! Virginia' ,I PUREKRAFT'S
Perez will be glad to know that I, (
TIHItSO\V NOVFMBEU; 4_ I she has returned to her home.I I J puddings
Cnl I Son"t W, k. "Iiuin,.lion-' 908 Whitehead street after un- I I HONEY'A
..I l'u.r.dah.p Day:' Uivplajif dti-gouig a serious operation; II IIth..t .= SA'LEYOUR
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Clot. 'OR Kits '... OverseasChddrt '. she is doing well and ex- i! C orVELVEETA F\G.CA1EPlUM\ BIG __ __ __ .
n on View Allenl to -- -
a: ptcts return to her office ml
Uuu io wr. fladto PHJgral&1 a few wctksWRItLSTOR. t SAYO 'RAND I 6-0Z.
-*>l...ns >n-d l.y Gnl Scouts. : JA. 32
i30: PM )' II I lender, Jwicy Hti>y LeI( CHEESE REG 32C BLEACH Ot lot C
CHOICE
I Key Vet (jrdn Club Met tlor. 'I I'TO ROUND STEAK. .Ib. 89c CAN KIDNEY '
Ill: (.'O'I"'I/EII/ HO !AST lED
8 (H) PjkL. a- Woman's
Club in Du\al Strt:'t Allilitnestid TOMORROW t! I End Cut. JV".Ib. A g. (.le 2.ib BOX 89c BEANS 1 IJ-Oz. Jar EAcH
p| :is.rt, invited tiillind <. Chapter 21 of -
"Deadly j ROAST .lb.59c
PORK WHITE HOUSE APPLESAUCE
t this '
meftlng j jM.M Weaponthe AP
Newsfeaj j
ll,ly Meeting United i !I tures serial story which The I 1! l70z.Can. CC'PNtO
,PaURhUti+ ..f the Cuiifedtr Citizen is ? I !f OSCAR,
currently featurI k
-...cv. 430PM. Hum' of Mrs.],, ing. will appear tomorrow !I t I *!re' y MAYER DISPENSER lOX 1 0 6EEFk

_-'l"annie CUrlY. 1J01 Uhlte- ,' w. NAPKINS P g. of' 80 .
brad StrtttH Navy Wives Club No. 83 at" :
M S. l'mIun'" presented Home of President, Mrs Vera ienerS PURITAN OVEN' BAKED
"by Muiit IHpaitmrnt of Jr.I i \Vood 1500 Seminary Street, BEANS !90z.Jar H ASH
:)r. High School 8 pm. in : 2:00: P.M.TUESDAY : ''n )Brroe; : 1 B8Q
'I..I| Au-lit.. .
riuin Petformater '
) Fri by evening alsoltuMdrr Regular Monthly NOVEMDER Mating 9- of T n ,. FANCY
.ue.h Dinner Lions |i\ Division Street Elementary! :
rT 49 //1"
('Ilb a curS
o rm.v'rs their ladies I BEETS Ib.OZJ 33c
School P:T A. 7:4i P.M., in 1 1 '
and frit n'Is, 7 pm.. Lion Den, '! Sc'hool's Audiwl" um. Cue t' c CAN
Summary tmt All mem +I !
twr and Speal:=r, Piiniipal Earl F..I j ,
is tins Lions urged i I ito Hamilton. J
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*ttnJMtfllng I Regular Meeting, Key West I ORDER. YOUR
of Doaid of Director*': Woman's Club 3:30: P.M., at''. THANKSGIVINGTURKEY 17.OL CNo.
of Uusintu and ProfessionalWomen's !'
Clubhouse on Duval Stieet |
Club at 8 P.1at I i Study Group. Harris SehoolP NOW! 303 10 SOAP OF
Home cf MI!!. Rose Miller.!'I ; BE.6UTlFUL
T A., 7 45 P.M.
at Harris
I .Flaiiler AvinutFrttlMY. '. : : : FINEST QUALITY 1M7 CAN WOMEN
School jt7
NOVEMULR 5 I Auditouum Guest j LOW PRICED #""---
Speaker Mrs Charlotte has-
All!-Day Meeting Evtntady' I
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Ions: Subject Le on Turn "
Star Club Order of E.'su 1 n '
ble ; also FIlm Public Invited CAMA\/
Star beginning 9'W A.M.. a'' ; .i' LIllY'S TOMATO YOUR'
the Scottish Rae Temple. AIWOUI'S CLOVEIILOOW $t i JUICE 13i'' Oz. Can I
Lunch,at Noon '
i w CHOICE
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j C rl Sc lut Week i REGUL4.R
> < Atanel WOMEN t ROLL BUTTER AMERICAN, OILSARDINES,
h Rails DaGnl Scuuus t.. EACH B.4.TH
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Visit Art Schools 10 Stud who feel Lb. 65c y Reg Can 9c I

Art, Appreciation t O> e 14k! RENNET POWDER. All FLAVORS 14c
liin .
o 8 Cuban Club
p.m. NERVOUScalued DKII>t+
a IRFSSts
Sponsored !Iv M Hospital \Vuwan-. Au\ haivCiMnmunity by functional 'middle.ate' ROLLED SHOULDER, HEAVY BEEF, ALL MEATBEEF ; C
Day Stixu ',. St Do suffer from .... OlD GLORY RED 1 0
you hot B !hesFeak
Paul's. 1000 tit II la an due nervous to the Irritable functional: dummy'middleage'tsThpweottiiyiydtinE't feelings- ROAST. . . Ib. 85c BEANS 15-Qz. Can
conducted
by United Councilof (
Cnurih Women of the *n. iukh&ma TAILE GRADE MARGARINE IVORY FLOATING
NDINSECT
\Vorll.\Y. NOVEMBER truest koeakLrsWOND 8-. call Vegetable symptoms a stomachic Compound!It also tonic has to what relieve eflect Dot!such lord: NU-MAID . . Ib. ctn. 33c CR I Sea hSOAP Med. _Bor BEt BR

Metling Ikkiul of Da': ......is. LYDIA E. Pumnaunt roWo POWDER

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I STARLAC Iti PARD DOG FOOD t E 22c

'll Holiday taste treats Can

A MILK SKIMMED POWDER lee They It 2 Cars I-In. 27c Req.IGc\ 17

J erer\ila\: ) i 0 LB PKG 33c 11 c Isi.12 2 lie \ C


GREEN SPLIT PEAS P&G NAPHTHA SOAP


zcict 3 WA-HBURN'S FANCY I 13 c launtlry For 2 h-s I 19c

l6. PKG. WONDERtJL GENTle
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.,,. __ 5 I Eljclri( d Appli iiici'rr LB. PKG' 27 C 5 N 0 W P',:;,(+er New& Tide ornble's fKG.LGE.. 33c F L A K E S

1 ours For Better Lirinr
PREMIUM FLAKE L"fC MEDIUKf/ f
PHONES 1560 and 1561 t.1ED. LAVA HAND SOAP URGE


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$1,000,000] Aid 000 1949.in Finland before July 1, rsp... '::":fi ... ... ---.--- ;--- ------ -- -- ;;..- _T" ..-..,.. -' .-.<--p- '- ----.- ... .. -.....-'"-'-- .. ----. -- ---' ---- -- -'- >'.-- .'.-;."- .-- .-.." ---.-,.- -- < !Ii:
The chief of the UNICEF European
For Finland's committee Alfred E Davidson -
announced that thor- :
Children Raniz,tion will provide all Finnish L
school children with supplementary AED'CMARKET.
food such as dehydrated
HELSINKI"-The UnitedNaU4na milk lard and canned meat. The
International Children's money will also be used to fight
Emergency& Fund (UNICEF) tuberculosis: among Finnish ,'h-i i- .
plans-to>>-spend more-than---$1.000----_.-dren. a_xh4q CORNER DUVAL and OLIVIA STREETS t
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I MONROE MARKET| Wnu N- Kn Vies-Prop. *: G At TELEPHONE 215 #.: I
TELEPHONE 411 Ii
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Cor
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o TIE WINNER! You.are the one in th1ead when yo& sliop.at B er's Market._ High Standard Foods you like :
3 TALL CANSCREAM
41cNO. I MILK MAGNOLIA. can 22c :' 3- at prices that'are pleasingly low.-.COME IN EARt for the CHOICEST SELECTION-and NO WAITING!!!! ,.

I 2", CAN LIBBY'SPEACHES HUNTS -;:: ----- ----- ____ h --_ J

32c I SAUCE 3 for 19c w i iI I |Ccrn-Fed WESTERN FRESH GRADE 'A-A' LAMB J.S.Government Graded STEER BEEF ,

I I -SWEET POTATOES 3 lbs. 25c I I IS PORK 5 to 15-lb. Ave.&AMSIb.5c. STEW . -. lb. 39c Delmonico Steak lb. 69c :

LBS. 2 BUNCHES id CHOPS . lb. Pn
POTATOES 23c CARROTS 25c LEGS . lb. Q3C 30STON CUT BONELESS OVEN :

SAND OLEO BEEF ROAST I* 69*
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SMALL .
BLEACH IQc Nu-Maid lb. 35c P I t -... 1.
5 LBS. PACKAGE fro. 303Green: Meaty Spare Ribs. 49cSLICED < 2-SIZE CAN IN HEAVY SYRUP

SUGAR 45c Super Suds 33c ; Giant PEAS . 2 cans 35c LIBBY'S PEACHES 27c
1 BREAKFAST I
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PHONE! ORDERS ACCEPTED FREE DELIVERYWE J iS-OZ. CAN CAMPBELL'SPORK
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I'' and BEANS . 2 cans 25c BACON lb. 59cROLL MAGNCLIA CONDENSED 1 1I
I . I 11
.- .a..1- Y' ---- -- '2-OZ. CANMexican MILK CAN 19 L'1 '
) NIBLETS . 2 cans 35c PORK .

; 2c-OZ.JARWhite SAUSAGE.I :. lb. 49cU. MAXWELL HOUSESTOKLEY'S :1

ARCfiES i House APPLE BUTTER. .19c '
-- S. Government-Graded Corn-Fed BEEF

LONG GRAIN CHUCK ROAST lb. 49c COffEE lb. 49u
SUPERETTE MARKET IRICE I Pound BAG Cello 33 c I

When Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store. I ..:::E:... WESTERN CORNFEDPORK
We Meet ALL Advertised Prices
13'2-OZ. CAN CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
CRANBERRY
Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices lb. 59c

Don't Be PENNY WISE and POUND FOOLISH!! i JUICE . 3 CANS 29cfi" i SAUCE Cans 35 t
Your MEAT and GROCERY MONEY Will Go Further Here CHOPS or ROASTNUMAID
Than Anywhere Else-TRY IT and SEE!! LIFEBUOY SOAP. 2 reg. bars.22c 4S-OZ. CAN BLUE BIRD

FRESH SHIPPED-DRESSED and DRAWN I y EXTRA BAR for . . Q5c \ OLEO lb. 33c ORANGE JUICE. 17cELMERS

CHICKENS . . lb.56cGRADE
I, Total 3 for
Only.. . . 27c LB CELLOPHANE MEATY
"A" WESTERN GRADE "A" CHUCK
SIRLOIN CLUB I BEEFSTEAKS TOILET TISSUE . 3 rolls 25cLargeBox.,3 FRANKFURTERS 45c CANDIESCOMPLETE
lb. 65c ROAST lb. 49c LINE JUST ARRIVEDF.F.V.
WILSON'S TENDERIZED S CREAMRY ROLL ;
t.
l U X cr
SMOKED HAMSIb.SSc One-Extra; Box . *5C 65cI COOKIESHARD
BUTTER
I . b.
WILSON'S 'A-A- I I TACK BREAD STICKS -MELBA TOAST
LAMB ROAST lb. 45c NU-MAID OLEO fLAKES BOTH for . 40c I .-- -
j I MISS. SHIPPED GRADE "A" LARGE TEA GARDEN PEACH Mb.! JARPRESERVES
LAMB CHOPS lb. 55c | Plain 33c lb. Col. 43c I

GRADE A" SHIPPED-LARGE I'I I IGHTHOUSE I II I EGGS In . 63' . 29C
EGGS . . dozen 59c i CLEANSER 3 CANS 13il (- Carton DOZEN w___
II MILK FED WHITEVEAL SEASON'S FRESHESTPRODUCE I
SMALL LEAN PORK I WILSON'S PURE 1 I II !
CHOPS lb. 55c I' LARD lb. 29c I il [ --
I' lb. 49c -
WITH ORDER rMiiK38(1::
I I OFFERED YOU AT THESE LOW PRICES-
Evaporated Milk 4 cans 49c CHOPS or ROAST CRISP and SATISFACTORYU.
I I"A.
PEASCKEYib.: 15c I I BLEACH qt. lie HUNTS soZ.Tomato. JUST WHAT YOU LIKE!! S. NO. 1Whale

BOTTLE ADOLPHUS LONG GRAIN Sauce 3 Cans lit Potatoes Slbs.19c

Apple Juice 15c I RICE lb. 15c. > If; -w Bol ch<<; or CRISP LARGE CALIFORNIA ICEBERG
g;J33 SIZE YOUR CHOICE Ib 79G
MAXWELL HOUSE WITH ORDER i LETTUCE. 2 for 25c
COFFEE . . lb.49c y OLD Blackeye Peas *% I PealolD.llaLean
2 Large Pkgs. Soap PowderI QUART PRUNE 'GLORY Lima Garbanzos Beans: Cans 25( Green Peppers 3 for lOC

BREEZE 35c JUICE 23c I T<:H' -- ....,;;: Sugar-Cured PICNIC TEXAS

3 CANS MORTON'S I HEINZ ONIONS .. 2. Ibs. 9c i
DOG FOOD 25c SALT pkg. 5cHUNT'S M EAI3Y rQE9JLs2. rd 19< HAMS WHOLE |lb. 48cFLORIDA e s

WITH ORDER i._ FRUITS MEATS . INDIAN RIVER JUICY
FHESH KILLED DRESSED DRAWN
TOMATO JUICE . can 5c I fAaBMMMnHMR MnHBHBKaKBfiHBBB aV" I
Chock Full of Frestlr'iit FRYERS lb. 65c DUCKS..lb. 58c 8-b. Mesh Bag 25c
NO 2 CAN ROGUE I NO. 2'2 CAN I CAKES I ORANGES
I : I FRUITS and NUTS HENS. !b. 58c Turkeys. lb. 89c
PEAS can 15c I PEACHES 25c I I IU I.J. : 10 Oa. to io Lbs. ----

'S.NO.I :rf4 FRESH IN The Mixin's for Your SOUSE INGREDIENTSFresh MIXER NUTS-Walnuts. .

POTATOES 10 Ibs. 37c I ICARROTS. HOME-MADE FRUIT CAKE Daily NEW CROP Paper Shell PECANS

GREEN TOP "Delicious Ingredients'PepsiCola PIG'S FEET. TAILS. .. EARS CALIFORNIA

BUNCH 9G: TRIPE and CHITTERLINGSPURE CARROTS 2 BUNCHES 19c I

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RED TOKAY 89c Plus LARD in carton lb. 25c NATIONAL BISCUIT CRACKER
GRAPES 2 ibs. 2Ss Deposit
CASE OF 24 Large 27r
ANY YEN for THAT PARTICULAR FLAVOR. of CHEESE RITZ Siz . . .
DELICIOUS CALIFORNIA Well we have il1! Ah Kinds: cf Herrings Imported and
Domestic: Delicacies LUNCHEON MEATS National Biscuit Anniversary 1 lb. AssortedCOOKIES..49t
Red APPLES lb. 13c
WlllES lJl9C .
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FIFTHS IS!; OZ CAN WILSON'S CERTIFIED -
I BUR.GU ;. .
Sweet Potatoes 3 Ibs. 25c SHERRY D PORT MUSCATEL I CORNED BEEF HASH can 31c

C!\SE OF 24 BOTTLES of REGAL .6 OZ c AN CERTIFIED
FROZN FOODS-
)'hone Orders lereptedor Delivery-CALL 67ARCHER'Ssem fc CHILI CARNE with Beans. 27c -
BEER Plus Deposit$3.45 CORN-on-COB.. .STRAWBERRIES..PE\CHES\
Service IN CTL RASPBERRIES PEAS BROCCOLI
Grocery DAKERITE Maine SARDINES . can l2cRgCE LAND 0' SUN-All Delicious: Flavors s

81.I (Heiiiii. "The!..t Street Store That Serves You Ke>Best"' Wesl, Florida Shortening 3-lb. Can $1.051! .2 Ibs. 31c.t. ICE CREAM PT.29r

We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities'r ... ......... 4
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is TAKEN FROM FILES ROADWAPuerl
OF THE CITIZEN OF
NOVEMBER 4. 1338Rnmnumuimiimiiiinininimnmnmiiiiiiniiiiiunit'

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R .11 i all\ < tmiiutlct of the Key
'Seat'hapter of tK American
Itfd Crops held a meeting last: l'
flight: and arranged for the drive |

, fer roittn-e. memberships Day, )Novwnht to began I n!UfI.\ "1: Duval 1 at Petronia Street :; Key West, Fla.

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: aJhamrn..lo1.i. '"( .1'. 11Ul1da )((>(01. Umoa \\ t I Sell The st-BurKeep Prices Fair !Has Been The $Broadway: Market's Policy From Way Back!
day pn..u..tt"d t' tiut', pi I'"i.Cer ,II.+, I
agent: fur the d-\: 1-1! >u i: _
l Hornet..& to Kf>' \\i-t ...._ ..
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Tl>* Cit/n puhli-h.. ...- i 1"1'. ituday For The Finest u['Slxti'leiiing: //11/0/1/-/111{ Gi iiii/s :, K r.J;'f \ " ol thrdipt* .4 f the a+ i itw&t 1\
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Mifttrn<-'n "\
nine The n*"n a.II t1.t1 t. :: "
Into eitu-. at 4-4-' <.-.I It.. i i. .1', I

will, ;br Trr\-t in tf>tdlit.It M..tL 1 ti.."TTbr P;;t i( Cr.lsco : Coffee MiL Whip RINSOI

at SrtrMa strut .r.'* F!
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will b ...in. : : ...
SanclwJL :

gar inl.inniml" an The a9..rtmt."ftt.h..t1.Citttrn xiai.."I"iM ,' 3 POUND 99c POUND. 5 49c LARGE 27c
Quart
ubp< buwcht tUt': I I CAN 'C
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/ )tesrifcav. from John .J -,L.-" .. JAR T PKG.
l.M>naftn. Pa. liar $:3<';: :

The Itfi'Jmr on-hoar:ve vpprnuts '
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the sale of I L:.. '
Wit' Greet .. :
place across
Hams school when f>'.,-v .. J'I White House Fancy Finest Quality Dixie Lily
not in less:nCa> \ : t .- .I
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msht by Ma* ; I
bury and passed ...",,. : ..- v<. : LO\C; (;R..1I.\
O'i'iro
; VELVEETA
_, lour to two : APPLESAUCE

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The Vogue duo M' *> r :
I yesterday, and elected 1 t"t : .. \. 5 I RICE24Oz.
inz oKictrs Presiatri: : BettBow I'$! 2 43c' :
..en.; vie pres.acrt PauntCamero. ..' I Lb. Box 79C LB. CARTON
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secretary an': dui! .:.
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piirter.- BilMe Cameritrto>u: ; .
Margaret White Pkg. 2 9

Mr. and Mrs. R {k..,, ;; '1. Cui I Swift's Arrow Veal Is Noted : II
ry received a telegram; thi- morning 2 17.0z.J.rs 29c
funning from them Balbna.that Canal their! .7....iui,m; 10-\, \ For Tender, Tasty Quality 4
M EAT
Silver FlossSauerkraut
Mrs. C. Bruce Dobbinwi.rn
birth to a daughter at j i2.9() TRY A DELICIOUS CUTLET :
Deli Fresh ShoestringPOTATOES
o'clock this morN !: :
+i TODAY!
: Today The OUeni\- 10 .m I If .
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f editorul paragraph: .. ,. j
I "K he retains hit n.11 .,in.- I sir' irrs Mino,111.ID,. I
appendix he is> piobublvgeon. a UI-

Russians." -- --Salvage-- -;- VEAL 1 CUTLETS >lb. I Large No. 2'/2' Can 18c N0.2 CAN i 15c


Hitler's I Steel :..iH. -

BERLIN-/It-Tht I HII. .-m,.1 Loin Chopslb.63c73c' (;lllIJS' Del Maiz (;oln (.renut
t who. have Already 'ioiimvl lh<
marble loan llilloi ruined i iI
neithschanfellerv an now tak .. a TOMATOPASTE
I I inc its heel ceilmelruls J ... I II ':K.gUI; ...1" IlILSSEI) tend ///IF'A-tyff;f\.r/fr///A/ ; CORN
I The pink n.arblt1"11\ i ti intellery I It
t walU and r"'tl1..11I\ +it). I ,
foundations ncrot into <+"n it\u. !I $

thin, .The of huc atyyll l i Red> to t"Arne. u,.M nnmn m .n i iIf. I TO 4 :. | jf
F owI3A 303 Can
65c cI
miliatry ktrurtinn. hfadquart.t.f administration nf :a thi:"iti. UM it. S Karlborkt. ;..vut'- I i..B Stewing Ib. $ Reg. 6-Oz. Can 1 OC I j


Subscribe The Citizen
I I I4!,"('i'S Cut (;re'lIBEANS
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A- rt.VVnarayarn..nn. ': King; Cole Greet and A'hiieLIMAS; e
STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE '''":.1I1 VS "T'n'.ST1./:

IT TRIUMPH t"C.t'tl.t. : : 6\1 SAUSAGE Ib 69c :

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: NOTICE! :' Bacon Ibo 53cI ,

: Members of .I Assorted Real t H{'el,.lj's G;ruIe/
\ Key West Fire Police 1 m 9 I
Kr West Fir Police will 14' -

t .t meet day. November in regular 5.session 7:00 P.M.Fri.4 fp .C i I "" J'ELLO JELLY I 1
at No. 1 Fire Station. i 1i i
All members are urged to:
(. attend as business cl import c Ii r lit's (;reuse S(1.11' OF .iii( Old! Favorite .
anc. will be transacted. I lIE mm, i. II'U,1fE1CAMAY
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BENJAMIN C. ROBERTS. < 2 5c Lb. 21c
REG. PKGS Jar
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,. :....................Secretary.RUPTURED............. l.cwva Soap SPIC N' SPAN

2.. Md Bars 19c 2 19c Reg. Pkg. 23c a1w, a.
\ ? 1 Reg. Bars Oil' Produce Is 1 1.x

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WE: FIT PR OD LT'AE Fresh As The
:J' i(1f'"s let Dirt9 Out!' It F/on/x l'rrreIvory V).if Of
1 NONSKIDEXCELSIOR IlL i It TIH I. II'U11F.CAMAY\ .Worn; r Deir

\ TRUSSESSatiafaction TIDE Soap
t: tUI'OR\I t (.;:U.'.1'JI'

p inset PKGH 33c 2. large Bars via S C 2 Bath SizeFor 27 CAT5 2l.I BUNCHES 1I9c

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w I 'underfill! 91 U-100 Pure Sparkling/ ; ; /ll's.; ) .. ,'.' \,( EU.J1r 1.JJh1ONIONS\(.


I IVORY FLAKESLARGE Ivory Soap I BREF! t 2LBS.IIC


Guaranteed PKG 33. 2 Reg Bars 3,1,
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ern'....t.....s___ I I"....A-t>..it........w.wfetk ....t tt."i....., t 1/)1": } onr Fine; Things; s :1 .n ff.s/i-frfV FU"OII'IOXYDOL; I J'.tl.JUDOGIFOOD

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MLti A'..fir.rtGARDNER'S..S.aa.no R,.:-W..tf 1 f.a: .I.a" M5litlirM. c ix1V ......:j i IVORY SNOWY 10 LBS. 39c

LARGE 33c LARGE 3 3#J 2 15c
1114 Division St. Cor. Varela I I PKG.r PKG. .. ; s

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