The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00247
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00247
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About Key West Nanking Trip Is All Off The Itcconl", Nothing! ; 1

.Million ("liiiie, P .Y
To lie Said About
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Local Kxhibil Set* Ee1Halty: Ii.ided) C I
I 50 Newsmen Enter 'Water; TninuufsWifpj i

Convention; ; Getting; Read I
lift Fog Delays I
l-"fir Major( lialllrI 'irwl'I Daughter Due Tomorrow,

Hall 7iro
(' Days
Planes i 4..I..a'a'.iNANKING. J President Truman and U. S. Scatter Alben BuUty. vice prcsi->> u
Supply I Nov. 11.-Martial
j P nt-elect had the members of the official press party as their
PMribiilPilii .
law has been declared in Nan
i swimming guests at Truman Beach in Old Fort Taylor this morning.
kin: and Shanghai with the Nationalist ;t There were about 50 of the
\ -",-r <(OiM'Mion< In Berlin Area ? 5yr press association and newspaper
government clamping correspondents photographers radio and Uleviuoa iepie..aUliTe4
I lie'f..r'* TMO 7hou-tuu) down a strict censorship on outgoing and others in the swunmg party.

I Fire <(<:IIi..f1 Meet 'llin-al Of Itn-,ia About news. They nearly all carried :heir swimming suits with them but
the President said there were extra suits at the beach thai
No out
i'i news was given In
A tourist! promotion program;: Corridor Iiu-ffrrli-; either about the communist might use.
i city
ct.rwlm: t led by the Chamber ofQiMiunriYe I I None of the newspapermen or photographers carried paper.
I'ilol- Directed To troops, who are known to be advancing pencils
or cameras. Every word that said
in connection with thje&it ( was was strictly "oil the
'i national 1 Avoeiation of Fite fly \-' Ilt-rflofore j I' rapidly toward Nanking record." according to Eben Ayers. press representative' with the
: Number of troops in the fighting Presidential group.Everybody .

t Chief* convention, currently ihr nc ,..... \.1...... ..r....... i| area is estimated as half a remarked how fine the weather The ..
was. w
t > sioa jn, Miami has just been BERLIN Nov. 11 I. Fos this million on each side. It was reported _-- ......... >arm>'I '" ', shining brightly. The rather cool wind did not attack the MB Reach

drtiipU. .UdTh morning= interfered with "operation !I that the Nationalist troops TRUST REPLACEMENT S_Soldiers watch a% the '''S. Army transport Mercv clocks at et alL! for the beach ,is down about eight or nine feet below the
the port of Trieste with replacements for the Trieste United States Troops (TRUST).
four convention, at level
day of the
vittles but the Russian ': are shortening; their lines with surrounding land. IIrI

tthuh more than 2000 delegates: threat about forcing American I: the end in yiew of strengthening Ayers said today that Mrs.
I I probably leaving about Novtm-
an in attendance ends: tomorrow. and British to in their i I Truman and her daughter. Margaret -
plane stay t their power along: the banks of bar 20 or 21. Rooms have been
RUSSIA AND SATELLITES Democrats will come to be with the' I
I Oiinnc the first two days, a Key
narrow corridor had nothing I I the Yangtze President I reserved for then at the Little
Weal exhibit was: set up in thei whatever with the of tomorrow. They areleaving Whit House
to do delay j I A major bottle is in the making at the Key West
I .invention hall with large photomurals arriving planes i that and will decide Washington some time I! Naval BaM.
; I in area : today. and are not expected to
J i showing local scenes. Great Britain and the United ;!i the ability or unability of the Nationalists PROPOSE DISCUSSION OF Considering reach here before tomorrow. I Also expected tomorrow, Avn, .
I Literature was distnbuated and States have informed Russia that I to hold up the advanceof said. would be U. S. St-nat/n J
I >(MI siiidll souvenir of Key the Reds. They are expected to remain Howard McGrath of Rhode, I II II
!I West" A chamber representative she will be held accountable if I l| The communist commander announced OUTLAWING ATOMIC BOMB Committees here for the duration of the I land chairman of the IX:me..

t was on duty to answer: ques- her flyers force any supply planes I j t II over the radio today thati President's visit to Key West 1 (Continued On Page Fuui>

tinnv for delegates relative to vaitiomne to the ground. resulting in the I I his forces have trapped 3oO( thousand *
< in the southernmost loss of life or the damage;: to ,!,, Nationalist troops. MS .Wcmbl: }' To J Ji (If TI..ir I.kt.jlt Lt Hlij I

ulv, planes 1 j I The government admitted that President Sends Best
4 4 The Convention program magazine ;;::- The American and British commands i i; it had used up one-half of the i, (:ain-ider That 1 lad : Two Tried For i tarried. a full-page;;:: ad de- have reeled the. pilots i ito i'loan from the United States of
xribmg, the Island and a full I! be calm and to operate the)300/ million dollars in money and OII..r"Q".JlilioltI'mt, Paltrriicil .VfliTluniMi.iu

page publicity article also ap-1 I planes in the same manner they ,|'supplies. i I I', Ieta,,taliut WrapouPATHS. -. Attacking Man\ ] -, o To 5 Wishes To Sawyer Post-
.Ia-"Clod I have been flown heretofore to < (Washington reported today ,

J..hn Pearson. Chamber of: and from western Berlin i I, that another shipment of war material \, (M, \i.'e. i'r"1 I In Duval StreetFrank 4H, 1bWASHINGTON. \...ri.t.a r'.....
l'"iiiiiu, 'rce !staff member in "We will keep the shuttle go I: is on its way to China.) N-.v II-Ruv.i.m md N,\., I It I--Rt' On Armistice
s tit the exhibit said ins," a spokesman for the Amer- [I Day
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I satellite delegates to the: United Colisto and G. W Hop I publicans set the pattern in the
A good many people inquired ican command: asserted this
? Nations proposed today that the kins. Navv enlisted men. went on 80th congress in appointing cantI I|'
.1.' ut our city and many had morning j Temperatures Pic.Mdtnt Truman extends.- -
ui I "m." impressions corrected. It / !I outlawing of the atomic bomb be trial yesterday before a Court of mittees with memberships of Arthur Sawyei Post 23< of the
At 7:30 A.M.. EST Naval Officers on charges;:: growing five I I Post 28 at the Legion Honn.
ni-rossarv t' inform a num- [discussed at the general assem- eight: Republicans and Democrats Amen lean Legion best wishes. "II
+ IHM of people that we now have Rotarians Hear j ,;bly. The delegates were led by i;'! ;: out of the alleged assault of and Democratic leaders j I land|'' hope that no !sons of the j Stork Island.
,, !the merchant seaman in Duval .
I -' )i will "The President hope to h.
modem facilities and accommodations .1"n-- TemJ\ Legion ever have to go to I
Russian Foreign Commissar An- 'i'street Julv 9. said today that they are going to I "
i : Naval Chaplain !: Manta 37 I war in the future: j peimancnt peace. said General
liter. is a great deal of inter- Aucusta s &<; drci V'ishm.Ky: in making; the pro- The trial was postponed today follow the pattern in the Cist | With these words Major General -I} Vaughn, "He a striving Iwa..d

-a in Key West at present, Billings 30 IXtoat. <*n;I he also suggested aonethird ,(' because of the holiday but is congress with the parties Harry H. Vaughn, USA,I that end always. He: M I ,
Chamber officials point out. This ian At Lunch Today Bi..mintham 31 reduction ot heavy 'scheduled to be resumed tomorrow t bel'l>hips reversed. aide to President Truman appeared j members the days when ht I, "
: morning according to Attorney mem-I Armistice I to < to in the firM W>. ':
at the Day K< war
I he tapped by direct and indi- Bismark 23 armament.Thjsc .-., The proposed committee
nit, The personal Boston John Savvver who represents ceremonies at Arthur Sawyer (Continued On Page Three i
A plea foi Chiistian charity tOI .n : queotions prubabl will the two enlisted men 't bur > intact method, such as can be !i Buffalo 39. be discussed late this afternoon attention than ot.n; to- .
be displayed toward Naval sciv- : Police Lieut Harry Lee Baker any
i ,inducted at conventions andnv icemen on duty in the Key We t.. Charleston -13|at the assembly, but it was predicted and Patrolmen Prank Caraballoand das discussions It was said thatit ;
",, place where large concentra- area was given today; at noon tUI Chicago 38 that the stave: of discussion Gabriel Laatres testified before will be headed in the house and President Congratulates
i 'd(I crowds arc gathered is 't.nI i the membeis of the Rotary Clubby Corpus Christi 55; is as far as they will go Those the court vesterdav The senate I I with members who are I J1' ,
c "j red hard to beat Lieutenant Command 0.1' Denver 23i !! matters it was pointed out have told how Colisto and Hopkins had ', known to be in favor of repealing -
I i, Detroit 33 I come up before the assembly on the Taft-Hartlelaw.
Spoircr USN. Catholic ihanUin1 I both signed statement.adm:ttmg I U. S. Marine\ Corps Here
< Vivian Finder at the Key West Naval Station EI Paso U'several occasions, but Russiamd t attacked L. J. 'ot'-rm.: Proposed membe.hips: of ci'>:.imittees -
""The life of a serviceman Ita'' Ft. Worth 40 her satellites alwavs were voted ",ion no was taken to Naval on banking fin inc-o and -

peace time is a hard onc.s" i
:. Died This Morning ,, Chaplain Spoirer "He only gets!'i Jacksonville 46 All other nations in the assembly on Staten island. He was recently I eration. though changes probably i' yesterday to the U. : neart\ cangratulatwnmi t>i trx. I'I
have sided with the Untied will be made the slate beforeconuress
KmsaCih' .to released from the hospital I I in
a little and when he i, S. Marine Corps the com i
money upon |'IS. .
;, KEY WEST 78 States in its proposal that the ; : reconvenes.Australia Marines. said Captain D'rn
trips to live on the sum with his of 173 'e.uC1f hut.. .
v i\ 'tan Pindcr 67, died thi military installations all pletion ry ,
in coun -------- I
wife and children he buds he ; Key West Airport 7S I' son.
'i + imn : in his residence at 1416 i ; Los Angeles n triebe investigated: by UN COIn- November ]13 Bearing the Presidents cooiatulati.n : ,
J up against it. : Hunts The captain wile then h nr.an
l'i t. .nirt stieetSi mittees Robert"Jenmson '
: Louisville 33 before any action is taken was Captain
:iivors are thewidow'. M.I I "K'y'est businessmen: can in internationalizing the controlof : USN Naval aide U the ,. officer's: uwurd winch hr u '
t.auia Pinker, daughters. Mrs B. help in this situation bv giving i,: Meridian 30 the atomic bomb Deadline For 1'Wsi President The captain spoke :to cut the Urge cake. Piece-: ,
I I' ('"It'. Key "West and 1\I-s.: R.o>, a little Christian chai itv' The ,: Miami; ;: The bomb ..nd other advances Escaped bout ten words presenting the the cake were then p Med it' ,,,,a ito
lack of home leads the servicemen : Minneapolis '' and they Li :
t !K.;; :i li v. Jacksonville; son. New a made b. the United States several President: w. ds. t", the assembled newspapermen
.II West into all kinHs of trouble with Memphis UI of them Training Corps C.1N13ERRA--'A'--The;; Aus- of Marm-a drawn lfanrres.I .
< Key ; two grand I since the end of thewar i platoon up
New Orleans n t
I ,1I11.\1en i \ sislci Mia W. J. Svm : the civilian and Naval police"AUo New York oC'I i i ; have dearly worried the ... ... aiian Guveinrncnt plans. to I in front of the Mai DCOwps I A brief htiry ol. the U s ..'.1i
: -> >.T. 111.-rut
I .>n. lie N<' :sau. and brothcr.l \ in observance of Armistice I iRussfiaru.: and are stIll worn 10.; I| lound up 40 e cawd! German and ica'lquartc.s, rotes was: read by Hjw I lI.j l I
Day the Rotarians!. hai as their I I I Norfolk 11 CHARLESTON. S c.0*'. II On F',
Charles: Pmder j them, as is demonstrated bv \Vhlinskv Italian p.uunc: << : s "t war and In- "The Presi'lcnt sends his Continued Paa -" II
guests. C. B. Harvey past commander 'I. Oklahoma City 3$I -The Navy today disclosed that I ... .. .. .
Funeral sen'icu will be held I ; frequent referring to terne; Tht.I I i'i I be denuetl to *
lomonou at 430: in Pritch- I| of -the Arthur SwycrPost Omaha 30'them No doubt entertuncd th is the; final week for sjh thti uu n e'':bnt ,i Iim;iu;dt.un '
pm 28 of the Amei lean Lesion. ,, Pensacola 16Pittsburgh nutting of .>1ication* fit tht \'"- I ;
nets uncial Home chapel it that the outstanding thing that is !\IIOI-tll i \ t. 'u' \ l' i i j. 111 i: odd! ISTe\\siren To Cuba .I
and Jack Saunders of the Veteran 30 val Reserve Officeis Tr..m'ncCorps. ,, ? Cuing
Ii \I.is announced today !holding up the Russiaps in n'ak- that. ".H: 1"' "t mM.' I; ,; of Foreign Wai '. Other 01i Roanoke 32; ma further aggression;::; i 1'; their All application mu..1have : n t" L, .' ....,. ,
i ganizations were also: i invited to St. Louis 40 i( fear of the devastating of reached the Naval Examining -
:V Gallant PiggyHack ; send representatives to the San Antonio 38 the atomic ooTibPALACE Section. Pnnceton :Ne,J i As Guests Of Commission
i luncheon held in St. Paul San F..ancc.'O $7 I Jeisey. bv l\I ndav. Novtmhn !1.>
Church Parish Hall Seattle 30 --..- -..---,.- The :NROTC more fair,'m i"
I : Governor Tallah".cc -IZ known as the Hollowav PNnmil ;N".il; K ..II 'h.' iu.-"" ,."-K ::. 1 i ii *-.-- --

THEATERALLAN .. i Bins ;In'i i r5:+ '.spat' 'r l..rt..p..n I
Tampa 62 .
this rear enable 2360) \ ni./ BRADY'SPoultry T"UI i.1 I t ("'niinla.'a, dIMI I II .
t'IIEVENNE.1 1 Wj o.-U"-
I Lester, C Hunt attending. a \: ) FEM: 1 tl.EManager : EDDY WALKER in unment paid college' cdutd'im" .th< iwith President Truman'sI j sion (or mr day They are -. I L'
ill. .o. noticed: a pretty girl On the completion. of tn" it,.I l here 1
'l"\Jr-1 uled to return by 1'1 i '
j ji w t II
I,.i for Small Hotel-Coupli!: NOTICENOTICE! "l Il) l'iltilulti( l OF ,... I I .1 IK.nJ! party are going t<. Hadn |
nlt'\ 10> a stictch of muddy leg rate they will: "oh and Eggs m Sunday
i I. ,i,<'k she had to cross lie apI I II I I ''.(/. BOX 70K Fresh NORRIS CANDIESHAVE UOI)<<.1Tn": Sated to serve' two v ,';i. d" iifi. I I i ->jtur_ .1 la, : lt;n ro'nI .. I They will stop at Set'Ill.. B.I'
Tht v nV
CI'n ;
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I I'"wined her and saul ate,\' Can Hold Other Position ARRIVED at --- -'._.._..-.-..-..- '- '-"- cars in the Unite: I States :\.., \ he invitatwrn n, ot the 'HavanaMOULDINGS more Hotel while m II.! .'...:. ,
'Id:". to which the girl Mn I They are send. kd to tie I...,. '
...IK :Moiight nodded cagerlv!: ORIENTAL PHARMACYCorner RatIer: % Hai.1 Fr.er. .., -- -- ---- I'n trips jt .interest t<> vi"it i
rHovF; rral> DUVAL and DIVISION .
>", I'll I o'venui larried her pig Announce Continue-d rm Pas St'- ".
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GARAGE Mary's Parish Center 6 I Pick Up and Tak*.Order. :.
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m..mn = .n"Ullll1iU: Jealousy consbi&ed.th a Toll I
1MY!, CCifurnI" IKev i! usaao teoiency: appears "w auh! : .

JLae ot_. NtaT.: Ll. West.Jni i Rvmote Control *. .TODAYSBIRTHDAY 'THTESDAY: OVEMSEE It :f avowed. realnav. br:i c l
4.*_'. 4 r.a.i.a.r President Truman is aware of the J { !
aP. _,_. .__ i trouble especially r. Mr1a aalTgaa.rrr .. % T'_,_. .._..." n...a.itatw.r deep regard Key Wester: entertain for Days Gone : i "XM::: umbrella: .yQ; lent Trie? : 1 produces' a watcfafoL : wim tae cpQa ste ,;>(0 x
\ nr a.a "'r.-t ) y I hare left .r to a frsend." ,
and brave acd weB '
a a... j.> 1paM a KQ V..t hm! to let ( disposed pesenwho
without so, or
him our telling AS TAKE FROM F.ES That : very awku-'ari The Br .-** NswsfearuresMAUDE : will, fe many dangers toset A French .:::o"r:v r N colas
II.-r _.,n4 ..a_ aa.tt.r emotion instead; of thinking lead U1 into CF: THS CITIZEN CT man *:. l lent it to my frT.dtells : ..._........._.. the rgrt: ..i :ti pl,.ce. Wrier: "Jacqi.es Conte. .-. cT.: c:derd the
..!..... \.e.ea\TED PRt:., this NOVEMBER II. 1SC8 ... irs. :awr.tr want the aspi--** >. e :oacnect": : of iatner of,t-e -n :f'"nc.;,
fOr 1M.: this ugetion or that suggestion! or :t" ADAMS bcrn Nsr. -
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|J.. ... t! .*."fe. rr*.sot'4 ": J"'ICJ' ="" 'h M' 11. IS1%. -. L.-. C : th -
ST rf4v"t.. *. ..-4--.. .a t... ..per. and action or that action to show our esteem! for it hear __ .' .
M r IMM. *...r... /-. .. The Cr.a=t ArMZery: Ur.t ..niKey !ttough is offically : "' : :0 ": L
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him. Neb the saJ havebeen :;
Arthur & town is t: E
VTest ar.i:: t.e ey.
.t..e fur-Tin* H.T.:. _. tit M We refer to the changing of the name "o'er Post G: tr.e a-er.cdn: Legion named after Ctn. Ster--.trr.: : From where I sit_ I Joe Marsh'To
..Taae. ., .. I conducted Anr.-suc-=- Daj ee*!- Watts Kearny. G1ma :n.
--- !- Truman We .
of Division street to avenue. t a
,. :: | monies: here today at Duval and p ::- -'
., :: = = ;. would have been wiser to changethe :turned 00- _
I -' -_ -_ -2 think it i Fleming streets. yesterday to er : j. -<=..C. J --,1.3,. t.'f'L
name of Bayview Park. because of the Miami -1 Dunk or
\l. an""tt4 KTE'11a :
.. ...... ....... historical: part Division street plays in Ketrt"s I The State Welfare Board an-I' : : : : : ;:.
James D fc31-gin: .
, ,.. ,notmced today ...t137 Key Colonel : Aiiljf Not To Dunk?
"H: SIL 110"-:
history.Even the chief :..st ... '.
USA was speaker:
Au ....... ..w... .ara..e t\aaaa re d1tgarf.e. : j'JTesters are receiving aid. age as-( 5: t! .IJ ,
4t', -. wv .fL, .ftt Pe Welters call night at a rr.eetn;; f.: :he .3 t l1e .
.. ... ,.. .r ,_ ..... ... till today ma ...... ..n'',_..c--.-' n.rr..... r,....,. The road approximately 100 blndsoas Church Setvice C3uMrs. ->. Dunlin- doa htat" Ie SfllserHopkins to tares'. B-; : '
sari .._.. .. ,' .- n Monroe :K> first : ; favorite ;
u.s." 0' OS aM lent.. ttaA the growing stress between j' ;: f' : .
during m ,
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.. '-.- '.vr. .f .eai ..rIaf Hobert D. ST.teraay :" :t -- ...and for a Ions time Mi: Hopkins tarte.-hj. ? r. rin
rY =.,.- .. sl :; : r. _. .. as-aim. s. North and South over the slavery question: ; Reu Croat drive for :Tneraber- for Mami 14, v -.t.-: fojIalold. Adams ::: : Lake has, been trying!': to break him of the c-ier. are to beer. Ar.a the tea i iir
with Civil war looming large in the offin sfaips :in Kev West:: oegan; t : t the direction of Mrs. Grace .. :" ) It 4, for the chidre taste,tie big .
commander of Union force in : _
The Key e Dementi who r-ad otrvistUBg :: :' .
: West directed: the building of the road because PftiKtps.Key executive West CIa,t.secretary &;oft ia Tampa returned :.t-- tC.=" a -:' : yH'' ; -g.... So one morning: she puts a ieayy: In faA/Ma. iop:1a'; Rot M cmrt. I
t jthe terday OB the steamship Cura: _' Th! L.:, frosting;; of chocolate on the dougbncts. OII s araat] tiitifaeor d chorolatt
in from the
HEMBER passing Army
<3 1948XMrnovrxorrs troops I -
"fJnn4d.aclllllltsdaI ntdiacaffert,'
: t 1i.-, : ...5gnrr! :that will stop him. (
I Barracks to Fort Taylor, and Tice"ersa., i.1 BepresentaTrves' of the State Members of the Key We t'.c Saixrtninksitoee'foeawhtIeand that she tried' it krrwlf." N.wyoa'te -,.
had to go through thickly populated jPlact_ Bo o.rd.no has been con- Choral dub will l meet to .-g-t r tnes: Dunk! Taste Smile!! Sad >rn *sd it-=he'. a daily .
i dtt ting a survey in Key W'G the home of Miss Clara Yatf;; .r: '
atreEtb: in the westerly and northwesterlypart I see if any black flies could be Coconut drive Your Grocer SELLS Thai Gcod Soccr: conspliinents the misas' on dusker, too:

... I of the city. The command was, acutely i(found reported vestet dthat: STAR BRANDCOFFEE the lovely mocha facer!
: FOR KEY WEST aware that. if war came the Union line ofcommunication. 1l I the city 3 free "f that pett. Today T>e Citizen says' :-.r I gTiess thereH! always be two gee q&Ht? .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I t-iit.ri.l: I p.l,4raph.. AMERICAN wheels of thought: to dunk or cot
.*in Key West 'would be cut I Mrs. J. P. H-erts. ho rad '!..:n : in I(been visiting her oaut'. :Mrs' oust.. f.an. :' >ne exi.x-pt j ; ,'J.- -Try A Pound TocUy! !:
I L Job Uvula: ; and ApartmeaU. two.The command acted wisely. With the I.Joseph R. Piificr. >Fr-r ,trot. !"toI -- a-: CUI"'ru.19l8.l..1IiuoJ 1attea&escrt.F..n.'at.as
& B aek and >Batting Parifiaa.
Civil War almost upon u;. and almost all
a. Airport*-Land and Sea.
C CM..Mtrian .t County and the sentiment in the city p -South. it vras 1--- Fitir&6iii1e'snow TIDE
., city Caersmelei. feared there would be an uprising and the washdays most

:. L CoIaznBIt7: A\Idtorium; I !soldiers in the Barracks would be isolated.

., I So in the dead of night while the city slept., i
the soldiers in the Barracks with practi-
.. MONOGRAPH cally all their :supplies and equipment. I! ("

marched down Rocky road safely to Fort 'IJI
1"'r sulks : Taylor Key West knew nothing of their AAZ1NG ,
: .: It rrem. there i U little Division abandoning the Barracks till it awoke

: : rrHHT Key Western' tw rename Division the next morning. 'llj;

tTft. thuv.h ,JMJBR folks preferred that Rocky road flanked on both sides by

: ttr% >Tiew (Park woukl b- given the honor woods was named Division street by city i
: : f .K .rinr the name of Truman. .
u I authorities, and all land on the easterlvand I ;

:: : THE ORACLE !southeasterly :side of it xra. beyond the

.. .. city limits. : Wo soap no other/ "suds"-no other washing product

To Key Westers, familiar with the

.: : DEATH FROM THE AIR city's! history the mention of Division I known will get your family 'wash as CLEAN as Tide! e 'ashin9

street or Rocky road reminds them of the j ,
: Smog wast, in the r.ew' when smoke I days when Key West was the only city in I h :

: t4 frig mbiiHrtl to bring death to nine- he South over which the Stars and I
Srain itKtmatk-cardifte sufferers in Dono- Stripes waved throughout the Civil War. I "

-a..J'a. And when we think} of those days we recall i ;

: For mrTeral day, the town located I I that march down Division street, in : flj '.\\r- \ \ ,
the dead of night that resulted in \
:: : tl4JH' to heavy isdl..tritd been cloudy keeping "/ i.l
the Union forces here intact.Bayview < .
y : : by a heavy. fog hkh suddenly seemedto Parkas: a newcomer comparatively I :< -.':a :, \ .\\\\1\

: : ttevrUji fume which were' extremely speaking, Tn Key West.: The .. .' ---Y"' : "' ,: !
: d to older resident and .. I ; .
: .IIJrt'r&UII e pecialy park could be named Truman Park with

: : | to these suffering from respiratory and out disrupting i our history. World's CLEANEST wash! Actually BRIGHTENS colors! World's! WHITEST wash! -c 1Tide

.fee-art d ',..aMMi. lIund w of people were .. !...... --
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prurni- t c'l6.r Nash h"rt.'n how bright our wash' Your neiahbor\ ; will' pop
: : to-.tt'd i in the hospital!' l and doctors were Few people who inquire about your I >ouvr n..J i I"r.... \ leaner prints rtrall:. anunJvr -that mask! when you hand nut >our hit Tidrwash /i ithan ,:;1fT ;;f

i ..%..r.".orkfl.l by the emergency. health are interested in your symptoms. I wash, ban .n:> pup yr .m% thvr of dulling soap film? Let Tide Nhy. washed, in hardest t'.c.,
: ; : The smog recall the mysterious fog washd.y' : pr..t ....;; size i you. how" >ou* Color perk up like water.' your white. things will. be eQ '
t Tile I Imes t"%enuur huint ma..icasTidere'rnotessoap: film! uhiterthanhers-nomattrrwhat, e:,( \\t\Ot
: which in the cruse Valley automobiles
appeared Speeding make life faster k
wash: free from dirt anJ actu'nel Tide don it $af lJo 1t ith all other washing: product he mayUMT. tajyetS J spat 7
: : )h.tgium in 1930 and caused more than but it sometimes makes death speedieras ash I"fln*rs Jinjj soap film, tow.There's ilk unbeatable. cleaning: power' TUl*-and only Tile-can. ,8: .
: : k\'t'-ftrt death*. A study of the fog showed well. 'I tmlhinz like. Title. 1 itlv's truly safe fur ala! !>h4ibln. make all these teiri&c: prumisesf: /'
a tht the ab-nc of wind for !some time I
: : ....i. made possible the concentration at PROFIT FROM: BLOCKADEThe I a;' A

: : yr+icfnd I level of ulphuric-acid fUMe produced I I '

r. Wy the. oxidation of hydrog- n-*JJ- Western Allies may "actually be (:

: iii4e. which came from fume! of industrial making money" on the Berlin blockade I TIDE

: : aixl domestic furnace burning coal asserts Lawrence Wilkinson. economics \ 'Lr 'L/

: with high sulphur content. adviser: to the United States Commander :I :V)

If invextifatien! i in Pennsylvania re- I in Germany.The _-- )

; : yaks that the fume came from industrial Russians: in blockading Berlin I I I GETS CLOTHES CLEANER THAN ANY OTHER I .

; .. ...... it will probably be possible. : to set evidently did not expect the Allies to institute I

B p .lsrrvatwn stationshich will test a counter-blockade which cut off I ;;;;:::- WASHDAY PRODUCT YOU CAN BUY -z-- .J.- r

tk tf* aHt'rtaininl'sAf at regular the intervals presence for the of purpose these! the principally Russian hard zone coal from steel normal and machinery supplies :;::::- /-f t"TRULYSAFEF Ce1N: :::: : i/i

........ If discovered in which
:: time industrial::; usually; come from the industrial, i iX /f7 f71
: : ...... reahl chase! down and prevent the coal-rich heart of Western Germany.Mr. .

: further development. of mojr. Wilkinson points out that the
/1 1I
withholding of coal and steel from the
: MODERN DIME! NOVELS Russian zones have more of these essential I f..d" / iI

product. He admits that Communist :' f T' 1 \ la

: I \Vh4I! thoroughly in sympathy with propaganda "working overtime foment- :

: the effort of uell-meaninjj adulu to im- ing !strikes and discontent among the I : \

: : ,..... the contents of the so-called comic workers" and that this may explain low .p- .

: hIislt-. vie doubt If the movement u to be output per man among miners. I / .
WnefHtrd by an effort to outlaw them & J' j
I /i/ .
I '
: ; ahoy Her. You can go a long way in the world if -; 7' If
The i.-nnt denunciation of the you make it your business to mind your I'I i' j u.J'f : +

ggabalt bookie in much: in line with the criti- I own business. i I / / .
cia .l lime novrN in a former generation I II -; 'J'i.
-' New
i _-=--- ; miracle suds! '
mA the early antipathy toward THE "<: : :
novel. of TELEVISION BOOM / ,. '.5 *: -
Uttd HI the I i : -- '.' a ''. M.re iud in hardest ...tdf
a jr cetiturien pa" t.Kr I : -' '_
-- Kind-tu-hando
sud that .
jN.me reason, human being seem II The growth of television is brag : -. n \\1iiS\\ l..uk ditfrreat, teat didercmt.Uooderful .
te like .b.M>k. that have little ,value in the I slowed down by the Federal Governmentand "In'i u U', \ .: in the Juhpon.

: jatcemrttt of critics and adults. This officials: are spending most of their ., a Gi\\nDI. too: Tr I'M* l.c d>.___ .
ha. been o&\ t. at '\\n a ee haw rhea if>jrkt*. e\sA
teatferer noted through time \\
count- .I right now peeking behind the curtainsto .f P >n CI\t\Ul. ,,"uhoJuC"irLPi, :
'. Irw y Rerattoiu and it will probably, prevail I see just; what is going on. Television I is I t. t.n"LI1\ r it ;ft this
) fr 100m..ant. to come 1 stirring L \0.6 h' to"f.edf
| up problems for advertisers-and '
i \
x fi ,,,er"11 thing o"p\et.\ \1 10 :.I
that butts in with the radio and a, will\ do 0 I. oat 0".0ge
: newspaper ,.4. ,011 .,0'" P ...lied.od"e" L
en't of
,,, ,
Nog\ surceas on i rcfu
can come to a little business. As one National publication putsit e i '" n"ed po "" b. .
.:. ....il. : **A stop look and l listen sign Ls being rn Ihe"Ih' purchase.. P"canr :

hung up weekly) for the booming of the ;\., ond

: : A* a nation, we can be thankful that television!' industry The industry i iI is

: .: :'rte.dttial election* occur only onceverjr creating new technical problems and legal

: four yean. t puzzles."

Television is operating over GOO.UOO(
What's wrong with this" sentence: sets: and if the present gait keeps, up there

: : ")tom, hurry up with my spinach so I can I will be about ".;OO,000()( sets by the end of
$ i I a r t i
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His Master'sName !j : I I'i I Prague Bans .1.1I CLASSIFIED ADS

h VIIK rinrriT
rni'Mt u. Tinii.r.t -:
i\TH Jl IMI'I u. silts I ITWK German Grave I! I
j TUFT TTK 0. ..on... I.1 i
t i\ ISO von ao'soR'u1e\ "Vt.i !
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LONDON ..! i- "1'&nPre- Is., ".. ti-Sib Markers
Information for the
know Jsst c tt ':' I..a.tW 1I.Af'Jtt ,
Iherr Attire tiny terrier, tuiniirr.iivonrr.

M4iu'a bt.s. The U-year-old dog I ... PRAGUE -- t. '> The Prague ti\Tge PllR IlKCCI.JlW sad P.\T.E\T
ii i..lC ra t L"'r'T Pe Payment for
)ARt nr.t. urn\r_tTIlTLl clarified adverttasthints -
,hpped out of 10 Downing meet j '\"1't. 'I':. city administration has dug up an < Is Invariably in advance, but
,.. I..n..1.cmnr.n Ad.e1'tf.emnt. "1I.11e ttil> head regular advertisers with ledger at'-
and pest mAud up with the feet "I op t>t t.icvtA\ IOU order that German inscfiplofis Will be injertm In The Oltjien at ..ounti may have their .dverll..-
cabi-l I TO MMOHKI. HKIINKATHVr.it. i( tile tat t.f tc *6rd for wh ISeertlon ntent charged.lit I
for a : oft tombstones ,
of minister arming must be
removed. chare for
ii.\1:1.,.'t:. I but Ihe minimum SL'CATIA' lbl\nl.ikt
tilt meeting. lYrfpirinj polic |, Is:1 I\n..rn" sn.t announced that re- 1 the first IS word or left Is 3ve- To insure publication ropy mutt
ind down. I I i The rate af.r. s5pe.is sI c a he In The Citizen office before 11
Vainly cussed tr up : i :: .f.t
amused !i Ttw are'Ii."I r.gelred ,.. alsp.er novas must be done by the end I word. .. euafge for oVIork in the morning of the day
"Call Mr. Artlee. an
., the first I. Word 45e. publication.
b)stander u| eted. Ting" pick-i fll........i. In she the Kill ah'.".f...Comniatwt it.ird con-f..r: :of this year except where remov- i I

rd up her ear --and scooted in- 'I > "d of j! "lthe" It"tt'rin'ould deface

tide vrmh.r. other art work on the pra e< All ad ,.rtl.ln.l accepted trader the following conditions: In tae
'I 'lrys.tt.xt. therein c ill l>* lateait stone ; event tf error In artblnc. transient or contract The Citizen will I.* I
.. r .11'.dThl. responsible only for the first insertion In ria..ifird .*. .a-. .and in
-e a wren tar foil c<"l>!e- it after liberation in 19 5.'ht'n part of the aAVertJsenrent (bere the error occur.
weeksa The 1.y We>t ,1il>ef>. aIn _
Continued From Page One) aewrpaprr UIo&l..404 t1l- this nfh foelin against the Sudeten Gcrmans i . I. le .1. . . .

War. and h* understands the trey '\.1. .'I..rl.\ and every: other kind of
pl'lbk-tm roof rortinte you ntf'noftS. I I I ., el..tel.rr t. I'4' Gt-nnan ran high. German in- its EQUIPMENTSmall
t it..l 1 lt4'wi t', ; t tryst iLa.ii { $ni tlon \Vt're.'to be Veplaxtd by
Chaplain C C. Uartung. of the ('l'rr'.t testi j
of Weft Naval .tr0.1-e 41'ewt'Et4Ti.t1, la, eJ. dP !rtmentsit: refristra- and rubber. Body and fenders
Key 1.SN'1 n. ".") ",,.., C i..'nt'srib. Recently the
livered the principal |V. ,.tj .v."rk ; Quc'tionVa!' renewed and the. tor. General Electric. Ideal perfect condition. Needs glass

Day addrv lie "rirvsfrd the (dl ALLANMriivy 11. ("L .,r.R JR. Prague council decide it must Ix> for trailer 5C5. Apply 51-1 es. Pi ice $375.00. Gomez Ma-

fan that communism and deinorr \ tar brt t'Iai'tL'..J\1ft... t-t : is' 1ttl I i obe>ed. Poinciana. novIO3'txPomble line Service or Ph-ne &12.

ry are two different things: i novS-C;\

that the peoples living tinder the TIn nun IT roi HT OF Tir: ; CARD OF THANKS electric washer. In excellent -

two systems ot eovernment .:t..:, I:\'''" Jtmtiii. s"ikt'tIT': We wish to thank our many I' working! condition. 1947 Pontiac. cylinder. 2-door

thought differently and therefore OF|\ ISO TNK toss STaTE IO,M OC.. :ri.OMIII,...! ITI. { friends for their many acts d! Priced reasonably. Apply 512. sedan, excellent condition. 10.I..700 .-

acted differently. 4'NIR1'1Nt. kindness cards of sympathy i Olh in Street (rear apt.). :_ miles with extras311

"'Th democratic *ay of life is t-R.tVK .\I.t.r.5'55. 5;ri'cKsN'F.I'latnsilf... \I.-\. i(| floral offering. and donors of nQvlO-3txi;j United Street Apt. 2. Phone

the way ol living that we in cars, during our recent bereavement 1 566-W. nov9-3tv
America have,' Mid Chaplain ..... lll'"H<'KUAfir Electric washing m chim. $30.00.
of the death of
I our mother
n" .": nni.or.Ks..../IIKX 'K
Ubtu"" "We Uli\f in it and : Iwfendant.ftnr.K Catherine Sawyer. t Electric ironer. 53.00.pp1y 1949 Mtnury sport coupe. MP-

it w alive. Communism is a different .. or rtni.irTiTO t!| novll-Itx THE FAMILY. '. 2313 Patterson. .. novlO-3t ; tallic blue. $2650.00.151

way ol living and it s not : nn..mllI'Y1.,1''''' Jfl'-r'nce 1 Poinciana Place. nov5-4fx

our way." :JlII Third PtretT. X. K.. i FOR RENT -COTTACES FOR. SALE- TRAILERS ;
Promptly tt II a. m- a salute \\>.--klntti. l\ C. 1939 Ford de
Ton l erel. required to I super conver-
> appear
was fired by they Key West Guard are > '.. Trailer, ready to Jive in. Cheap'for tible.
I Furnished
to the Kill vt ( >m plaint, for I cottage suitable for 60000. Radio, heater.
c4 Honor, (vt"nl" whistles and .':1\..1'...#. In the since enlltl*d cause'. I couple. Apply 704 White St. j, .cash. Phone 1 ?6. Dion. ; fog lights all new tires very
S..mtt..r. !*'
out .n the J th catof ; '
bells downtoo'TIo.re nov6-6t
ringing: > little
novll2txWANTED rust. Call 841-J 1500
athrrcIsr the allet-atlon thereinK | or
th* hoar. ill I..- taken tt* confer ord.a Seminary Street. nov9-4tx

Tap w'_ founded on the Tt.I.wj-rk 01'.1'for f"to ur I.,'...n'oll\'e published weeiain once 1 I TO RENT 1 FOR RENT XPABTMENTS ]

bugle. and an echo was given on The KeyVest citizen a newspaper '42 Oldsmobil: 98. 4-door Cadillac -

another instrument. Then the published In Key \\>.t. FM- J' Wanted-Retiied Army officer I For colored 813 Baptist Lane. OK j' stvle body. Just overhauled. -

MXaphor choir of Key West rl'.n... and ArdeVed this IXth day :J here for the winter: wants a !I for two couples. Tile bath]i iI 'I New tires. Perfect condition -

high School played a selection ,.f <>,-i..l>er. A. 1>. 1945. C I!I fairly modern small house or I I'I living bedroom bath, kitchen. | Hydra-ma drive. 905
benediction was given. The ssi.eLI Itosn Sawyer I '
Clerk ft the Clr.ilt; CourtVorroe i apartment or a bedroom and Furnished. $13.00 per week | Simonton Street novll-5tx
formal observance oJ Armistice C"unlFf.tlolL.. I 1 sitting room in a quiet private I Apply Apt. A. nov5-tf 1
1. lid. Anna (". iw.ngwnrih.Peputt .
Day was over. % :
Clerk. home. Write details to Box I FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS
ThiS afternoon there are Iiames .
Paul t:. Sawyer : O.S.P.. c/o Citizen. !2-bedroom unfurnished apart-
and race in which school children S..II. it-r .ur th.. Plaintiff i I ment. 644 William Street. Apply j I 1940 Ford truck.
nov9-5tx panel Excellent
tin at the url-rl-f..41',4 t;. ,
are 1
1224 Duval Street. condition $725.00. Apply 1413
Horn Hostesses are the
legion Auxiliar Unit I iTiii: "JfUTlT CO sloe' nit FOR SALE OR LEASE nov6-61\ Pine, Phone 25. novlO-4tx
members *I > .
; br'i It. 110(9 ITt I
oi Aithur Sawyer P*>t. Therewer \:\'il'-n"NO\HOl; sot 4315.reTs .I .. Furnished 2'i-room
I Desirable corner lot fir !':'II.' apartment. ,, FOR SALE-ISOA
tree IOU dunks Idu.n to : o1' ."''.'JlIIU'. It I HISS .1,
Utilitie furnished. $25.00 week. ,
tH' long-term lease. 100 x 150.' i AND MOTORS
the children. i's.. ,.. ti 1-12. Iv. Sea Isle Apartments. 915
I Suitable for i i
] hotel
or apart- i -
The day comes to an .nJ0\ itha ..run .=. ip.. turtle nov8-tf''
Home beginning l'I"lnlIU. 1i! ments. One block from beach. ; Windsor Lane. Gray marine engines and service
dance at 1M Legion \t- '11\ llau'.: :" \10" '! j .I I
For particulars write Box 4 at 9 p in. There are ...1:1.. ymllr.OHIIKII .%.
buses runninc to the Stock Island i,. :' nannt. j I novll-tf Furnished 2-bedroom apartment,i i I Station Marathon. novl-Imo
0.' I'l RI.'"',nO\ I i on second floor. Children cc-
Horne ol the Legion every houron TO- .'..Hern Boer S-'mll .
". MISCELLANEOUSWashers cepted. $97.50 per month. pl&sj]j I FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES.
the hour.TODAVS. :: : ( ff> n street. : '
is ten"w.. :X. V..u water and utilities. Phone, SCOOTERS & MOTORCYCLES
's'. ore h.rl>> required t.. aftp.ar irons vacuums and I mornings 1185-R. i i
BIRTHDAYSKnew to the I'll ?f C-tnpiaint. t..rre. iI
.iit.- In the al.t- 'I)I.." cau-e fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone nov4-9-J 1-3t ; One (1) Whizzfcr: motor bike prac-

( America) .w the l lh ."-i; of Ih...... m'.er. A. IX 1 11C4-M. novl-t' tically new. 7500. 820 C..ngia -
1.43. oihrrnirr nll'-al l nThl.
Maude AUanw. lamed olJtime '.h.r.Mill lie silken a. ....n'.01.1 Furnished apartment. 3 rooms arid Street. Phone 858-W. cats!
.rUjto published once Picture framing, pictures framed bath. Maid and janitor SHY after 6:00. novlO-3K
Salt Lake City, i I
born .i ,
actress in ., ,
a CndA r f. .r onset s.tlvr weeks and mattt-U. DiNeero's, '614 ices linen and utilities fur-
"I In The KrrVet ("lti'H a newepaper I
Dr.yean Ve ago.stol Slipher. famed piH.1......... In CeyV..,. KlorMi.I I I Francis Phone 119T-M. nished. Summer,rates. Cor6l FOR MISCELLANEOUS
iand- tsrd.wet this limb daf > nov9-19tx Hotel Apartments, opposite Post ,
astronomer director ol the Lowell .. Xi-veml. A. I>. lm<.' !I
Observatory. Flagstaff. t>,KAt., Pol"Sis f i+.\\VTKK.O I Office. ov9-S6t3t' White cni met. $2.75. OiitsioeI
..rkf she Cir uil .'o. ; I
STORAGE I white paint, S2.75 and S3.75
Aria burn Clinton County. Ind.. .i........ 4'o'ii,-. 1'lorila.r per
3-room furnished apaitment Irving gallon up. 50ft.t+_ garden
7J year &*o. : : Kathleen N"Uatl -> I ,
Hugh D. S<-utt. Jr.. of Philadelphia >' > fl rl.ril ited Brick Storage: Co. Furnitureor room bedroom and kitch- i hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co., S46I
chairman ", lJA.-' S. -Ar." commercial. Phone 793. I II I en. All modern furniture. All I Olivia. Phone 159;. novl-tf
i HlaJhtlff-
Congressman :r. | nor tar the
U Use Republican National Committee I 'n" 11-lfI-.I"f raovl-tf 1 utilities,except linens, furnish-

born in Fr trick burg. e: IX T.": t IR t IT ins HT AK THE GARDEN AND LAWN i 889-R. no\-9-3t; 2 !scales slics-r. register ceiling
Va. 4.
years aJo. .:1.':\ t:\ ..H..I. UK I Ii. CIIK-I IT SUPPLIES 1 '
Roland Young screen Ur, or' ..r. TTR OF t'I.stitlllt.l\ 1 'In. 3 fluorescent lights restaurant -

born in London. 61 ytr;'is as<>. %>II t'''" MO\M: .H\T,. J 2-bcdroom apartment 209 Anni and market meat
i% "'" \.' 1:"'. I Aluminum, iron and grinder, 500-pound Fairbanks
Thomas K. Fmletter of New s.. %.. ..- iXrtl copper sul-j i I Street. opposite No. 1 Fire Sta-
Yytk. lawyer bum in Phtladt <'!l\ii> I.AI'RKl Jltu'RE.f'iislntifr phate. Key West Garden and I I: tion. novll2t.'i \ 'i wholesale scales. Bermuda Mar

Lawn Supply Co.. 914 Fleming ,, i; ket. 6S2 Whitehead Street.Phunc .

phia.Alftr U years His, ago.president of the IP'aI.M..tlliE v>. : MMnR.. in t ftlli'"f I Street Phone 1019. nov9-tf j} FOR .RENT-HOTEL ROOMS !i!. n.J\-9-5S_

Carnegie Endowment for International Hrfendani.ini
< >Kit OF pt nuf TioT \
Peace, born in Baltimore : Irrirta Marfr Moor*. I LOST i Overseas Hotel low rates. Cof- ,' Protect your valuablewith .-

44 years a&o. :\irnum "' ..1'.1.ATltnln"n. I|I. fee shop bar. nov2tatTOWN fiu-proof. burplarprorif safe fo
Stn.echus.. 'h.. Persian cat mixed with only $150. delivered. Guaranteed

Dr. Robert C. Lee of Memphis giey 1 : -
's. u are .rea." r..ir..d t. ap- I -
white and tan. Answers to:! value of this safe is 5350.
Trnn. noted Baptist clergyman 1..1' I" the Foil tar I'h..r. e birosaieain HOTEL D6UBlE
't .oe In the ati.ar .tsl.d I name '1"ommyReward.. return plus freight. Telephone 465.
born at Fort Mill. S. C.. C2 years aas. ..n ..r 1.1'' the 1:Ih da5 p'I..rnl..r. to 1020 Southard. ,!'I ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH. $4 ,'rO3tSours.p
,,'0- .'.. I.. I5I". olhrrwbP 55.allrgati..n. .. I DAILY. LIMITED NUMBER no
The Rev. Charles T. Lber ...niain.d therein Will nov9-5tx OF ROOMS. SSO PER MONTH.
... .
taken uo ennrined sale.
seedlings for $1.00
secretary IJ' the Presbyterianof |>.>n* and fW>.>re of Foreign Missions New |.. /
York, born in Baltimore. 50 1i. 14'. It let. Substantial reward if returned ;: ton Street. novlO-2i
'ir--nit IVurtSal RENT APAR1MENTS
.. ... to Mrs Rogelio Gomrz. -
) !> > Sawjtfr.Tlerk
years W.ago.Gordon W. All port of ..f Circuit. ':.'ort.Vv 627 Whitehead. Phone 436-M. I AND ROOMS : 500 sq. ft. pb-tic tile, Ifeautiful
: .dl _'''n4Or. l> ns'ortli. n.'IO1Lady's '
colors. 30c ft. 2313 Patter'snn'
Harvard, noted psychologist J..t>nt. -'h.ri. I The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming.Street I sq. -
I .rl'1u" Ergoinald Jr.atr..rn noV
burn Montezuma. Indo, 51 _. years has an efficiency apt
.' for llalniitf.llM ,whit&! handbag.. Rewardif i
:-...le.1 .- :.! i".
n. and sleeping rooms vacant -

ago.George F. Booth pubhshel j ol returned to 12 9 'Wrntt4ad Personally dtsisrx-d Christmas
I. Low monthly
weekly or
the Worche ter. Miis. Telegram % TIIK C'W"'T ''(It RT OK THK Street. nov 11-1 t x novl-tf ; cards at the Marshall Studio in
Hartford il.Et r:>TH as Isis. I" fint I IT I rates Telegraph Li-ne. Also wall
Gazette, born
ind 01* TUB 'T'TI; OK ft ORH'. II
decorations and handmade gift
('non:5 years ago. ISIS t'Uft tlO\N41F:
is 4 HIsulelti. FOR'RENT-BUSINISS I of di Islmct ion.
4'a-e ,_ 1I.c4.. wanted. Experienced I PLACES j no\9-ll-13-3U
I tlnintiff.x. wholesale grocery salesman.
(Knew America) nit out. K Apply in person. Standard Small desirable building. 425'Greene. : $5.95 value Lionel constructionset
mTTilKIS.tti :
1794-United Stilts treaty If-f..ndan.. Wholesale Grocery Co.. Miami. Apply 620 Elizabeth. No. 222. 53.95. Poor Oh-
with the Iroquois Induti.at ).:&, OK n ...." '..lox' nov9-5t aov8-6tx Craig. 1019 White. novll-ln.
T'" J > chine Mart I'luimr.
Canandaicua. N. Y, known as I ../. .n..r.i lv>llter>.
the Calico Treaty-Iroquois ofNew M....h4 .rnf.n. |]|ln....ion -.. HELP WANTED-FEMALE Rocky Road Bar 1005 Division FOR SALEHOUSESAND
\ are herel.x r*>iu r d t" ap-
York State forever to re- for month. LOTS
"'. 'I' to th' nlll f-.r ltit..r.-, tile'sa.rair. Street rent by Apply -
dieve six yard ..! calico each 't "\..u In the alive st.led Secretary, experienced neat ap- at 1018 Division Street. |
annually. 'a..... ..n ..r before the 1=th dai of pearance. Good personality. nov9-6tx Waterfront home landscaped, lot
1..1', A. I'. !!,43. .I..r..i the 1
1126-Wilbam Morgan of uataTia. ..n..ltatl..n. contained therein Hill Pleasant work. See Miss 50 x 100. furnished two bedrooms

N. Y. kidnapped for I., taken atronfe'K..... -. fat. Hotel La Concha. Mof-I, FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND f two baths electric
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I. we .1 tr.terrd' al Key 1. ;
threatening to reveal Masonic FI..rld.s. the l"th dry of :-O..n'.r. ROOMS kitchen. Bargain for quick
tecr t -never heard from again A l'. l?l.. I i i sale. Terms. Owner. 2313 Pat
111m t-lan-d national li-.r--nit Court Make real for j I terson Avenue Yacht
Gate birth to IK.BI Ros Y* tas.rr. money your very Apartment and rooms to refined opposite
political party. t'lerk of 11'\1.1' (..url. own s-; an Avon Representativein people. adults. Reasonable. 1019 Club.

1(39-The Virginia: Military Prd) Anne T.l.I.>pul vn.>..
Institute. Lexmton. Va.. found 1nriluc 1 e uinaloJ".Jr. Gifts sell on sight. We nov9-tf

ed. .\""rn.) tor ilaintiff.n..v.lttt2des. show you how to start: imme- I FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
IUt9-Washington admitted to diately. Your name and ad- FURNITURE

Su.tt'huudIh.tZOO State. "T'C'e oP "T.'T.A' TrtI is IhE dress to Mrs. Roxie Smedley, FOR RENT-ROOMS I Ii

1'M-The Carnegie Corporation \ >PI.IC XTIOlb FOR Vlfct. \'L c/o Gibson Hotel. Key West, i Hollywood bed, including Red
c'R .. Light housekeeping rooms. $15|
established by Andrew Car.necie tn % J. Fla. nov9-7t Cross Supreme mattress and

with gift of $25 million. th ('..H.4Pr kf..hat4 ire r.< La\o'"..,. 1.3'.3).I.,.... "... per wt't'k.t II William St.nov812tx. t box spring. Blonde leather

1918-.Germans shin aimistutit is...p.o.. .....t..,.. !isle .t 1J.rida. Stenographer for permanent I I I'I headboard. Nearly new. All

: S a.m.. to take effect at 11 a.m. 'n 1'-' iS'. I--tat. ut branch office of New York organization for $50.00. Call after 5:30 p.m.

IttlAmen"a' unknown .1111 1-:. r4t5IKitl'a.t. 40-hour week. Telephone -'' Room with twin bed year-round i!j 53-1 Poinciana Place.

Soldier buried in Arlington National IT.. \I1 Wl-.m It Ma eceaied..'..n.-..rn: 390 or write P.O. Box i'I rates. Phone 193-W. 724 Love j nov9-3tx

CemetJiy.f40 N..ti. s |" ....r"hc Bin thatI.yke 309 for interview. nov9-3tx Lane. no\9-6tx !i
At stroke of historic 11 t) Turner tile. hi- final re- iI I All table three
| I..rt a. Aential.trat. r (Of the r-tote porcelain top
a m- the Germans launch big- I of Ada I.:. FVrnert d. eeai
scale air attack on London. .h'- filed. and his petition that h.. f-r Kill final apple<\\I-fhftrtre. porary with some selling ex- Street. $6.25 single. $7.50 duuI I Avenue. novlO-2tx

IW2--Germans take over .ill. the ti.n'-rahl'- IlajiuonJ 1:. Lord perience. Local resident speaking I I ble per weeknovll3tx |

of Franc (......!r Judge M MUMse. rotintyFIvrHa. Spanish preferable but not I I Youth bed. with mattress. $20.00
.n the :tic da> .t Iseeemher -
planes based essential. Apply 1-3 _, Pol BUY White Street. ,'11-3t"
1144-American I 4V tvr approval of fame and p.m WANTED TO 1400 no
in China bomb Jap island wfo for final I of the estate t>f tile to:. K"i...rt... I I BOOKS
K>- hu- 4-.a*".l. Street. novlO-3t I Wanted. Cut Hair-Will pay I to AND ART SUPPLIES

IHti-Flr business day after 1'.I.d -n tilts lath dny ..f :Xoverohtr 5 dollars pr ounce, depending j

abandonment of control. ? In4l.I.. Experienced chambermaid white i on length color and condition j Books Books BookiI
> KKS in TfRXKR.AdmiulftTator : .
1M7-Walter p. Keuther. elected ..f the state ..f only. 60c per hour. El 'I of hair. Send full length sam- I Art Supplies Art Supplie

president of the United Auto Ada to;. r.ol.ert d.d. cho Motel 830 Division. Rm-I' pie. Lock Box 105. Key West.j j I Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eaton

W.eJ'\pt'. C I (I. II.... II-U..;.dee..I94 nov Fla. novl-12tx j 1 i I n.w2.tut'sthurst.Jmmt

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?AGE FOUR + r "in,,, xi;Y WEST CITIZEN tf HC I,1A V. NO\");' B.-
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His FuneralDidn't I'' ,

Take : a.

DES MOINES (,11 When I f If

Veterans introduced Chaplain hospital De to Loss Lloyd in Marken Dos Church Moines was at I j'4 Ii I I 1lf00ill ;E ;

he thought. the name sounded '4
familiar. U seems to me I had a ..IIIlt'I.
.funeral service once for ," ,
he said. you I (;l 1111: .
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"So I heard." Church S lld'i : Suaer ", :
gnnnins j 4
Church a former U S. Amiv
4 M &'M'
ranger who was wounded six PII IE'
times in the Dieppe... raid. said a 4
man he met Iai ;"1" O nr'ln' Marlc.et
prison camp told him .ilxmt th BEEF
funeral Chuuhpent Unit ,
years in German p.is..n eamps Ask ilt the
The Rev Mat ken, former Iv a Meal Counter
chaplain with the 31th Division' WHITE at PETRONIA STREET ,
said he wa in Scotland alter the .
Dieppe raid and was asked to' .
conduct mcmoiial services foi -
seven of the American range"
\\ho didn't come hack. Three ol -Fresh-
them were known to IK dead and ; !
the other four were believed I Quali AT
four.dead. Chinch was one of the I I t I i

Chuich whose home now is in i AND VEGETABLES
Marshalltown Ia, iecei\es a
for 100 cent disability I ARMOUR"S STAR
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He is married and the ,
father of a 20 month old dauch-I I COOKING .
ter. I''I .PIC NIC HAMS Ib.47c
After the Dieppe raid. the APPLES ,
veteran said he came to in a ,.
hospital. Then there were prison ARMOUR'S .
camps. In 1945 when the Russian I I'
armies were approaching j 3 29C
his camp in German-held Poland lbs. :
Church and 16 other FRANKS Ib.MORRELS 49c
American escaped, made their i LARGE BUNCH .
way to the Russian lines and j I'
fought two weeks with a Russian I

At armored the Elbe division he said only a I J CARROTS
bride:; separated them Irma the|
American 69th Division but "the j BACON Ib.HORMEL'S 59
Russians- wouldn't let us RO over | 2 for I8 .
to them" When the Red Division j
was ordered back to Russia the,
Americans went along to Moscow i
and Leningrad. Eventually they ( INDIAN RIVERGRAPEFRUIT
were flown to Paris and Church ;,
LIVER.Ib 54c
was discharged. I! .

5500 For Honesty I 6 25C OLEO i'4-LB. PRINTS COLORED

GRAND LODGE Mich.-WhiU.i for
helping his father install a furnace -
in a farm home Boyd Taylor I N NU-MAID lb. 41c
18, unearthed a half-gallon I FANCYLETTUCE .
fruit jar which contained more
than $7,000. He took it to Carl $
Holbrook administrator of the GRADE "A" CLOVERIDGE
estate of Fred Fess. who formerly -
owned the farm. The Fess

heirs give Taylor authorized a $500 Holbrook reward for to 2 Heads 27C EGGS In Cartons . doz. 69c

his honesty.



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II. Ha\cs.. Jr, USMC commanding :
Key officer West.of the U. S. Marines in I COFFEE lb. 9c CLOROX 15c

Others who attended the ,brief I
ceremony were Captain C. C j Drip Regular Glass Coffee Maker
Adell. USN commander of the I!
Key West Naval Base: Captain I 1-2 GALLON
commanding |j
J. A. Farrell Jr USN
officer of the Key West Naval I ONE-POUND SIZE
Station and Commander Eli Il i
USN. operations officer ,I CLOROX 29c .
l \e
the West Naval Base.The SPRY 42c B
entire group was photographed
by photographers herewith |
the Presidents party. j

(Continued From Paee; One) I
cratic National Committee With Apple Juice 6c
Senator McGrath is expected to CAN 10c
come one or two other membersof &
the National Committee
Senator McGrath will
ably confer with the pl'e"um-1 QUART BOTTLE SUNSWEET
and Senator Baiklev ( REGULAR CAN HUNT'STomato
the future policy of the govern-i| .
ment after Mr. Truman is inaug I
20.orated as> President on Januar\ I Sauce 5c Prune Juice 29c

It is expected also that the
President will talk to the 'WIII i t
senators about the cabinet changes Reg. Can 'Chicken-of-Sea' Grated
which have been rumored foi .
some time now j NO.2 CAN COMSTOCK Pie Sliced

President Truman took a w,ilk i
yesterday afternoon when ht.] TUNA 43c
was supposed to be taking hi APPLES o16c o o
usual afternoon nap. He left thi Q
Little White House with Capon
Robert Dcnntson. USN. his Naval .j
aide and walked to the of
.. REG. PKG. Aunt Jemima PancakeFLOUR"
ficeis swimming p >l \\h nsrveial i:

C>"phcrs newspapcimen were taking and a phoi lilt i IVORY SNOW.34c8Oz.

dip 117.
,Whcie ail your canKuis0th ,' o 9
President asked the pholi,
giaphersM ,
Truman: was wearing about Jar Kitchen Club Sweet Mixed
three divs": growth of whisk i LARGE PACKAGE
on his upper lip and chin One
of the newsmen asked th' Pm csr- ,
dent if he was trying: to gmw j I IVORY FLAKES 34c P8CKLES o12c
Van Duke set of wh kerNo .
It's a Jefferson Davis"
Mi Truman said, as he tinmen

A spokesman tot the Pi:MtUm PALM ;
said Mr. Truman had not changed ,

Josef out h of"s Stalin mind the country of regarding Russia to talk his going w nh. Baby Food 29c Guava Jelly 23c $

"The United Nations the PMS
idem believes is the proper place
h. settle world problems" this
spokesman .l'ald.Of couist if NO.2 1-2 CAN Cock-of-the-Walk NO. 2 CAN COMSTOCK DICED
Stalin want to came tuVi"n-
m ton to talk with tht President
he will be welcome" < i
SPINACil 12tC Beets I \ JL CANS 25c
Weeds harbor insects and! al t

as"l' r a_ bleeding ground it rant

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, ''flfL'IDAYNOVEMBER11,19lS\ r THE KEY WEST CITIZEN: : -: ,, :' FJT3 ?

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Keaxsnrammuuuiuiuiiuummmimii.iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiuiuiiiMuiimuuuuiiiamiiinMia 'I Chiang's Son Girl Scouts' I Two Births In :, i

: SOCIETY NEWS w Tries Meeting Hour I Naval Hospital : } I

By NINA LESLIE GULEY I I Friday Changed; j .\ sit: pound eight;; ounce son

1))1 The Citizen Office-51 fSj I -(W>-Maj. Gen. was born in the U. S. Naval Hospital I
It has been announced that the
I iLOHIS.() Residence-623XJOfficers ) APN. By Wade Miller Chiang Chin-kuo. son of President | to Mrs Norma Campbell.
wa of the Leaders fissocia-
meeting: wife of Ray J. CampbelL 11M I. .
MllilUlllUlllllllllllllllllUllllWWIUUUlIlllUllllIlUlIIlDll lllllllllnllllUlllIllIllWlllUUlIIIWll1II1IIIIIIIIIIilllllW la ., Chapter .:. "Yes. rm an right. rd like to frowning nod at the top of Kevin Chiang Kai-shck. has vacated .lion of Girl Scout. scheduled to | Naval Station. The bab\'has been .

; \i! THE telephone kept rmmc. jet it over with." i 's head his elaborate home here as:; be held tomorrow evening atj I named Pay John ILL :

Wives Luncheon Club To The stndeat bell notes sliced Clapp lifted the phone and said. an example to residents of"!7:30 pjn. at Wesley House, will A six pound ..five ounce ;
1 I TEIN nodded as they came Into "Send up a matron." He regardedthe 1 I ... :
Shanghai be held at 5:00: e.ock i Idh. was born to Mrs. t.esslf.
)/, Fashion Shoir And through the early morning stillness iJ the peaceful room. The corners girl gently. "There's no indication ': This change of hour for the '
LuncheonTomonow : As economic csa: of Shanghai i wife of LTJG 'Leahmao Eor.j
with .
i tnechiaieml ntvlartty. were lost to the shadows but. in of anything wrong, Miss I
:I At Officers ClubFt. Tavlor I and padded into the other beamed unmercifully Beneath it just went out there for some reason tin austerity program fact that 5:00: e/eldek wit! ho more baby has been named Rlch
rug and which' convenient fur the majority of the ,:illenrwI . .
t room.1 hu' the was an unmoving sheet-covered accidentally fell Jt was the .gevegnrnent insist: is I
i <*hne wayto invisible .
Pl-ms hixe hen perfected for Mar-Ed Shop. these creations ; "instrument foymon a wheeled table. Under sometime this afternoon or tonight" ncrovsary if thb CominunisU ,ire members to> attendMr : .
the HUlfTn.Ylv Fashion representing the table were small puddles of .... .
Show ,
to be beaten I.
t in
the latest fashions from wHflo! 9 F F.4'Jaznes A soft knock te'door: let war. 'i. _._. _._ .
and I water.
Luncheon t
tit 'lie-held NOTiciT"
Officer* Club in .Fort Taylor at the torniirtiw. New York Miami and'DaJlas, I II This is Clapp. YotfTgol "Okay Stein." said Clapp in a broad police woman in a j I I Chiangs; house is classed 1 as en : i I: !: I II
emy property ordered sold by the ;
I The I the Gilbert girl there. > The .medic folded the sheet dark dress "This is Mils Gilbert ;
sponsored. by the Lun- I Southcrnmobt; Flower "What up" I back Mrs. Marsh. She's had quite a government help stabilise the'i' L81 All lluntllfs fur Business; 4

thron ClubOxktaiN : Shop will assist in the decoratingof "She's got*a' body to identify "Is' this your father, Miss Gil- shock. If you'11- give her a-sedative : currency Chiang because: of the I> and Professional *
; viill U served at the models' platform and jewelry The papers on it its old man' bert!" and let her lie down in housing) shortage::; is living; with I I I
imnn. followed bthe fashion is by Pollocks\ There will Gilbert. says The old man's eyes were closed Stein's office-no, make it the I I lends. ........A....... : Jr'olll n'. Club 4
.tm lunn lund One to' the punishing light. Ills forehead couch in the next office" and Mrs. Jerome bawjcr 1
''n hun- aLso be a showing; of children'swear Dead I Iu
. died fifty ii-s4rv.itions. have alreoet from the Old Island Trading -J How! was bruised and damp hair The matron took the girl's hand u of I 1110 I Petroni street announl"CI' '!> Rummage ,Sale i
I'y hetn I II I "We'll talk it over down Mre.Don't clung there protectively But the She stood: up unsteadily. "1 don't .u the) birth of a daughter; at 2 03 '
ut f r..L.thc affair. ; Post modelled by the youngsters ; I break it to the 'girl untilI lines in his face were not so deep want to be any trouble," she saId. Hastings Thinks I thimorning The *
which pn>rr"TTTTi>o one of the I we're sure For God's sake.James. now. I Maybe it would be better if I voungter i I,|> Are To Be Brought To
largest: and niod will offi 1!. if she's there bring her down The men could barely hear lie down a little Will you come I J I w irhed 7 poun I>, six md one ,* Slfir Beuulook! On < I

entire MKial stason ':date as mistress of ('(ceremonies right away'" Kevin's voice "Yes. Th t's my I sit with me Walter" By HASTINGS BAKER halt ounces at bl..thI
1 lie patted her hand. "HI --- --- |I. Fleming Street or Phoney
Many lovely models will slww for the occasion, and it has been "Twenty minutes'laid the father. be I
the (..finals, dinner gowns cot announced that thcie will be a : slender man and hung up. Walter James .ripped her arm. there in a few minutes. Just takeit (anzohun::: the capita1' of !; XVeeds
toiu and |1.'lbwt''r from the babysitter in attendance Kevin." "Let's go bark to the office:' easy for a while. Ill be right : M; "What is it. Walter*" Clapp nodded t.> Stem as they
--- -.. --- --- --- --- I "Listen. We're not sure yet, but went out. In his office, he cleared in""When did you find him" I come and go. Fust: it was the -I Ii ;
Clapp wants you to take a lookat his throat. "About ten clock. Some couple Japanese then the Russians i i
1\11.' '" Vires Club: Held ; a body. It may be your father" "You know how sorry I am. that went down to the bottomof I I came and left it in the hands of :
Weekly Meeting She shook her head. "I don't Miss GIlbert. I don want to qu<'9- the path to fool around thought i, Chinese Communists The Chi- ( (rROUCS? .
understand." < tion you at this tune Just takeit they saw something and reported ; nese Nationalists kicked out theY
Yeslei' 'day/ AI I S,. Mary's Parish "Clapp wants.. you to, identifya easy""Its it." I Communists and now the Communists f
body if you can. Your father all right she aid.: She "Nobody saw him fall then" I have retaken the citvI '. '' 'V.
Center I arions Matters- may be dead.*' pushed her fuiRers hard against I "Naturally not. Oh. Stein says I
: Discussed; The people have suffered as only .
I Her face began to be nothinc: her forehead. *'I don't feel any- there is one bruise across h'Sthroat
but white skin-and shadows She thing. I can't understand anything that might have been : the Chinese can suffer and not "
Nav \Vi\s Club No U. held ] Members discussed plans for j caused before death If ; insane. With hundreds starring ----
II put out both hands and held onto How did it happen somebody ;go j
tlirir weekly. iiu-ctin;: )Urday hol'Jing a dance every month and his arms. "He can't be, Walter. Clapp hesitated. "We found had hit him in the throat he ; to death every day. a poundof H
, at 2 pin it St. Mary's Parish He just can't be." Her 'Voice ,was your father in the ocean at the couldn't have veiled on the way human meat has been sellingat
it decided It .
Center which was their monthly was so was also neither frightened nor.sad only foot of Sunset Cliffs out past down He shrugged wearily more than an American dollaror
business met tint;. 'decided to have some added fca puzzled. Ocean Beach. He wa betweentwo "Then again the noise of the several hundred thousand

A committee was named todm.rOlte 'lure as a drawing card. such asa I "You're right; he said. "Clapp rocks below the Sunset ocean could cover up a scream. dollars Chinese. : I
may have made a mistake It may House." Or he may have jumped on purpose -
the American Legion ,i{ raffle. door prize or something i I not be your father But w* hare Kevin's shoulder stiffened' under Its whatever you want to : i
Home e.n Stock Island: at I pin '1 in that line. These dances will be : to go downtown and :see. There'sno Walter James hand. I i make it. What do you want to t In making a meringue for a
in preparation for the dance I open to the public but they will j easy way to tell you. We haveto "He may have fallen from the make it?" I pudding or pic two tablespoons of ,
sponsored by the Navy Wives i i 1 also be for the purpose of enlisting I go see." balcony," Clapp continued, "or he Walter James sucked on the I sugar/ per egg white is. in :general.
Club Friday night, Nov. 12. 1948 new members into the club. | Clapp rose clumsily when they may have slipped off one of the cigarette. "Murder. I guess. I the best amount to use. Too ht-
at 9 p. m. A record crowd is ex ': Refreshments were served by' entered his.office.. At ,the corners paths along 1 the cliff" talked to Gilbert this morning- tie sugar gives a meringue: lacking -
of his .. "Walter1 moaned. "We little. He despondent But
tracing she a was I
eyes were patterned I
petted and the public is cordially Mrs. Marjone Shordt hostess for j in flavor and one that is not
of blood.! were there tonight We were at he was willing to talk the situation I
invited to attend Tickets may be 'the afternoon Members attend "I'm sorry. about this. Miss CUbert. Sunset. House" over with me as long as it I I as fluffy or as tender as it should
purchased at the door Two prizes ; ing esterdays meeting were the ; But w!'e have, to be sure."- The big man wrinkled his fore- wasn't in his office That was I be.
are to be raffled off during the Mesdames: Kathleen Abenante. i'I, "I understand.Walter explained head and looked at Walter James. about elev en-thirty. I didn see; I I
evening. City buses Nos I will lona Aiken Tessie Braxton. Hcl! j to me." "We went there for dinner to- him again." Subscribe To The Citizen
RO to the American Legion Hall en Cher w a. Edith Clark, Genevieve j "Do you feel all right?"' night" Walter James gave a .(T* be eontimtd) i ii jz-- d1

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with for :. h.
passenger this dance Ewing Jacqueline Hillier i

beginning/ 8 p. m. and each 'I Sue Irvin Jeanne Reynolds, MarI I!I Movie; ";.lir Power Is Peace Pcjirrr"To ( j Personal Mention; "OMat40,50f60 I : "
hour thereafter I Jorie Shordt, Frances Schimmey '

The >.discussed plans I jer and Vera Wood A new member Re Shoivn Locally Next Week'Air I }mmett F. Comff 'recently engaged Man You're Crazy ; ,-;
for Christmas and voted .. Mrs. Esther Cain voted I :I- .QljtR
to help was / bv Mr Leonard 1 Ticks T......yow...,'111_.r.. peppy ii re.Tr'PP'DC /
needy family by into the club at yesterday's meeting of -" OB .51..xras..raulai UHL.tor vok.runto .
some .
getting upa Power is Peace: Power, narrator in the movie'. much .
fmllix au tnlel. to bodT leek oC tro.wnr
basket of 1 and will take her 1 I president and power of the Casa ,. atmur .*. ud xxsra eaR 1d." Tro *"It wasn't fresh I
foodstuff clothing. obligation Eastern Air ; Lines full-color l which was made in South Florida .rv* TOD.*Kbivu" lor pep yovnc Itai.....thtVI 18 very looking anyway. May suggest -
to>'* for any children the family i j of membership at next week's sound f j Manna Hotel to manage the hotel vs 0.,. 5ew -SS .c.uaai.4' _p bU you take shirts to Columbia Laundry I
movie dramatically your
chosen may have. and possibly aChri..tmas : meeting. There were three oth- por- I The first showing will be held ; again;: this season, returned to t all drug stores c\'n. hir -in I
tree.Tc I er prospective members, who. trajing development of air I Monday at fc:00 p. m. in the Key }I Key \Vtst several days ago,: with Kr> VV'''st. at udDer's, Pharmacy.ii .

club will also do other volunteer -! when they have attended threeI transportation from the! Wright :West High School! aud torium. Mrs. Caniff and their daughter l

work during the coming I meetings will be eligible for brothers to futuristic rockets, will i r Members of the Kiwanis.'Rotary I Andrea.

Christmas season such as wrapping membership in the club. they be shown in Key West for the. and Lions Club. A:nerictn Le- I Mr Coruff is !general manager

gifts decorating trees and i i were the Mesdames: Dorothy Davis first time next week (Nov. 1-5-19)). .,gion.. Parent Teachersssocia- i, of the Lake. George::: baganwre; I
lither things: The dub will also : Elizabeth: Elliott, and Made- The showings; arc scheduled cv I tion. K"rVt": ::
have!' their, own Christmas party lene Taylor. _I ery day Monday' through...Friday. i and othershave__ been ij vitctL : New York. during the summer You are Cordially Invited
luncheon: at their regular lunch- I Next week's meeting will be'' for Navy personnel. civic organ-j Navy personnel then 'tamihcs seasons. ,

ton nicetmt the 22nd! of DeccmUr -: the social meeting and the clubi izations, school children and friends at the U. o. Naval

with members exchanging members! plan to spend it plaj general public. I base will see the show at 7:15; I i.\T TilE R0\irh CM() '
Iillo. I ing bingo Special arrangements have I pin, Tuesday (Nov 16)) at the to 0111--
At the end of the road
been made for .
showing;: -new !Ibase.
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movie to President Truman on I, On Wednesday t'u: Division I II
Olirer (;I-isrulll'o Address the USS Wilhanteburg, I Street Eknientarv School will I \ the tutu isIs: visit .

. When previewed in Hollywood see the movie .it n.4> it, in and I TIle whole year throughVhcit

a short time ago the movie was I tnat night at 7 30 p in it will be I, Formal
And 1 niton
. Society Evening acclaimed widely by top flight j I shown to personnel .it the u. S.I I I \ frost: is never known 'Opening

actors, directors and producers as Navy Section B isc'. I I It surd IS" treat,
Al oiiian's Clubhouse On DuvalSlrcet one of the inobt thought stimulating -I i Naval Olfll'l'rs' and other personnel : Where summer days arc e-ool

) and timely films of today.. at the U. S. Navy Seaplane I I And no one dies of heat.
Olivir (:i iiswold well-known''Tuesday in Miami expressed delight -
At a preview in Washington! Base will sex the movie at
,. H I liter of Miami. and a former j jrrmdent at the opportunity affordedfor \\here the sun shines brightly:;: ;
900 high-ranking military and G 00 Thursclav and Navy t
of Ki\ West will address ] him to return to Key \\cst for official p.m. S. Naval Air I I Here the President comes to'' Tomorrow 7 P. M.
. I government praised it personnel at the U. Evening at
the Monroe' C.unty Audubon this week-end where he will be stay
highly and said "It is a powerful Station will see the show at 3 00
: Nottv at a tailed meeting/ of : busy renewing acquaintanceships picture that everyone in the p. m at the Boca Chica field Fn In his second little White UUU3C
the StKiclv at the \Vomans Club with many friends here. United States should sec" | That over looks the bay.

At au'..k.k tomorrow niL.ht Stu- ; A' feature of the short business "Air Power is Peace Power" day.Theodore M. Casey, EAL agency A count will be taken at our door. The person who is lucky enoughto

tell S. Whiting; President tin ;session of the Audubon Socictv makes a strong plea for mighty manager in Miami will introduce i', Here you never have to worry be counted 100 200, 300 etc., will receive one ol the following giltsKveryone
. nnunrcfl Friday night meeting will be the About and
today ice snow
mjlitarv and commercial air arms the picture at each showingand
Mr. Gn ...id. who is past-presitlrnt -. inauguration of the Screen Tour I in the United States and cmplia I read a me-ss.ige from Capt :, Where blue waters <>t the Atlantic
p ..I the l<.,. (;if I
who was VITV IntrulJlf.'ntdl in itrgani'.btuin. ; : George Mills White. Vice President I for .h.\\ -: ,: JULIA SAUNDEP.S
I between military and. com ; All the all i n'IT'0':11: : t
<< will discuss the sub ;, and Chairman of the Screen rnl'f'lal'iations.. I ling "An' 1'0"1 i I i 1'. "( t. I 1"t J" -- -- Regardless of When YonKuler ,

ji-rt. ..I "The Miracle of Migra- Tour Committee The other. mem- Captain Eddie Rirkcnbackcr. in Key \\"",' ,. : to.' \! M"I t In.t d t hi'athc t hi ouch a .l'

l. n:' II' will illustrate his talk !hers of the committee ai.. Mrs I president and general manager<: of Marionn ",>. ". .t sIll i "Vi i tuots known as tia the Store

}>v ktvi.win on the sen'it'n many Marion Starke and Mr Cjrill Eastern Air Lines ia the chief Simone T,>u K \\ ,'n'a

natural nd..r l slide-s which will i(. Marshall Mr White will have -- .---.-- -- .
[.....r.. manv; interesting feattii on hand at the meeting membership -I The lOOlh Person Will Receive {
..-.. ..f the annual bud and watt.rl..1 cards in the Screen Tour Calendar Of
1 flU!<; I BE1.: :: \IUI IOLK: ;
.. mikration-s Recently he Club and beautifully printed

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f tv UN Tn.|;!ital. \m.lubi Sod- of the five entertaining and I'UI.UIEICIC: ; : { :\ OtII'\r
..lv nf MuSSEl where. the' :nldressr cultural events the local: 1 Society THURSD\Y NOVEMBhR: 11-

tftthusiasticallv: received bya this winter season Mr. White announcccl Lions Club Mectms.;: 6:30: P.M. The 300lh Person Will Receive .

.krK &):..net.. The' publit is in- that the urst Screen Guest Speaker, Dr. J. Lancelot I IUE\SU\) ): (:U\HETn; ; : LUarnn; :

Tiled to tnjov this: ouUtandmgwr Tour will feature the internation ,
Lester Jr. nd Film, The
'I The tOOth Person Will Receive .
.t with Sutietv inetnliers Mr. ally !known naturalist Rogeri Traitor \\ithin". To De I
Wnitnu: saitiMr TorPC'tc'rson. who will appear at Shown. W.U..LE i IRON, lJutlln.l-) :

(i..",.w..hil.. in .i Ultphoneo the High School .\uilitorium. on I '
St. Marv Parish Center
.nvfis tiim with \\hituv I lastA'nrv Dee 17Tnenlyeiglil. I Bingo s I The SOOth Person Will ReceiveI'KOCIOK. .
Duval Street 8:00: p. m.
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1 holy Name Society and 3 Books k The 600th Person Will Receive .
Jri..s p
Socictv of St. Vincent de MlUFfrhK" PITSM: U l'I-'CI1.: (: MCTThe

Oiguuizt'; i: i\i 1'Y., Wires "East Paul L\'nnc". at Barn Thc ;:i with Values mean: I 700th Person Will Receive .

: atic Presented by Key West i iPlavcrs >ET
/oir//iiii: // Lvalue t lion-led TnesdaYTwentv I Performance. Curtain Each Time Night 8:30.This: :'i ;;: :1 More things to I SOOth Person Will Receive .

Navy V\iv oi,:am/td a hu\\l-j! j 'ei;:ht Navyives Week choose from .1IIVI. : MUIIK.N: : M-H
held. at I FRIDNOEMBER 12th.. I \ I
sits: ka..ut at a imttms! bowled at the U. S Naval Station -
NCCS TUCB.UV. atterrHMHi I i iF t Mel'ting.udubon Society. .( I The 900th Person Will Receive .

.Ktr tt.dins an included in the I Alle\s Tuesday morning p. m. at Woman Clubhouse. Ci- More for your \I\l.nS\1.;: : { ; l LI.I.CIIUC; I'EHCUI.\TUH: )
will bej j I| The players arc improving'stcadilv : Duval Street Address
t.W.*t. a J otmi teams on by ; i
tournament play : and arc beginning! to approach Oliver Griswold. I The 1000th Person Will Receive .

rr Mklfd. tavtimK ill HMirc1 available : the scores they made last |I Mi&tini; Leaders Association. j'! \ :__ ; money i 1,1-M: :INK: : MtlL\M:: : MIMi:nl'n: (

Train Ni. I tnt hudes Ulna: PorUT :: winterbettv. V Girl Scouts: 5 p. m. at Wes |I
Reineke, 16!. was high'scoier I
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Gaiiur HouseSATURDXY
Captain riancfs June Tucker and DorothyGravat. \ Icy : IF THE CROWD EXCEEDS 1000 WE WILL AWARD ADDITIONAL GIFTS
..- Driv" ,land Peat I \Vood: ; NOVEMBER 13-
Io8;> tied for second placeLillian ; : \\be :; AS THE COUNT CONTINUES:
Tram N. 2 I IliUla Carey Captain Free Dance Fleet Reserve As- r: _
; Paulint Ihrfmes. June TuckCT ; Meek 143 was third. sociation. Branch No. 56, 8:00: I" -
Team No 3: Other players were Kathleen I P.M. Public Invited. Musicb '
and J.'n Scott .
tlu .uU..mr. Captain Pio-temtVwtv : Abcmnte Lucille CelreTrud""e Blais, Clark.Isobcl )' Coral Isle Sercnaden ,__eeA ,- COME IN .S/iv/fi// / / Door Prizes lree (;ills
Bliss, Hilda _
Oillard and
R HIK'\. Ron a I II
Tnnlyc CUik Team No 4: 'I 1 Anita Connoi, Roma DIIl
Jeanne KrvnukU. Captain Pro- Vivian Driver Genevieve I each j eai b> .Americans could ... .
I tern; Duii4hCravat, Lucille Flu raulconcr Frances Gainer I I draw a line 43U3.000OOO'miles $ 1560

IB** uvl Gentuve Lwms: ; Pauline Holmes Kay King. Doris I: lonl

Vera W.I l "" as elettctl League: Logan Dorothy Martin DotticMurphv I : ,

) ... : ;'. Susie Olson and Edna Paul Sher JEWELER
Porter I J.
Tar (nat .Kaxui bowhn; will I
Upbyttl at thr Naval Station Eileen S Coushlin. NCCS Lxecutive : -
Secretary was scorekeeper I
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lle next Tuesday at

11 DUII-kcue bowler* willlue All Navyives are invited to NEW
bowl at he Naval Station Alleys
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Brown Jumps Into I >E\VSMEN GOING j j

League I Continued From Page One)
the Cuban capital and to spendS d
Lead With .>lur-'a'.' evening at a night: clilb I
Average Of .727 : .
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I the Naval Station. the press, rip
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IlyI. I>fr rtsentatives are scheduled to
I. llullrr jlea>le by bus for the Meache": !
AU O)f ,
; Seeks Suitcase I Field at 12 noon At 12.30: they
Ilutilla: Two Tied. t win board SpeCial airplanes pro-
vidi by the tourist ("Omml.nI
For. 'I Lot In 1923
Thir.l.Pu..itiml I for Uw trip to ilavaAa. They sue
,due to leave Havana at 2.3t)) p. ,n.
Big Boy' Brown, the lanky CMK.AGO.-P<.ter Pala recent.Sun :lY.
fc-C|..handed fist baseman of th. ly appeared at a police stationto I I Irr
Corner Duval and Olivia Streets TELEPHONE 215 901 Duval Street
Kry Clown; jumped into request office to ,helplmdj 1' Before liver is broiled, t
the St-mo. Baseball" League lead his missing suitcase, wlnrh-had | Should be brushed with butte:
in baiting when I Ile pounded OUT some books in it he needed. In margarine or bacon fat. Cook >>JY -- ']!!II
eight straight hits and filling oUt his complaint. officers u only long enough for it to
\rrafirtf 737 t tBrvtso learned that the suitcase had dis- change color; if ,orercoked it WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!! and there is a big difference in your Food Costs .
u ftUlo rd by L. Cutler appetrt-d: on September 10, '1913 will be tough.., >: **
t _. i better and here
a tcnuiVtfle who has on averageof I Enjoy meats groceries and bigger savings by trading everyday. I

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JI Raiders 3 0 I .333 "islt Your BONE CUTLETS lb. 69c
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*. Rattlers 10 1 3 .300Srifcunun. ROAST-POT or OVEN lb. 4SC
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'>Mt times. walkrd-Ingrahamad SUPERETTE MARKETWhen ;1 lb. I
AI Ait vtiin 4 h. .7C
Purchasing Orders From This Leading Stores 3DF U' DOG FOOD() )) 2 1 cans 27c3C3 BREAKFAST SLICED 9"'AST

Swiss Fear We Maet ALL Advertised Prices L
Premium Quality Foods at t the Lowest PricesDon't

GENEVA-On-TtM- Swiss tl.'el STA-FLO Quart Size i
Than Anywhere Else--TRY IT and SEE!! g HAMS Whole LB. 59c
% l rxiMTts art Ib. 65
not.IY happx
abut the pro petts for tht' .&... -,.--- ii LIQlll; ) STARCI1..h bll.! lie <
... ,
inter tow>t season in S\tilze,- QUICK FROZENStewing _
lalliL At a rtttnt meeting 01 Miss. Shipped GRADE 'A'TENDER DELICIOUS DELMONICO
agent] of the SWISS Toariat Agency CLOROX 15c LARGE IN CARTON -
ry (.. all pacts of the woilti lb.> 56c : EGGS doz. 63c STEAKS Ibo 69c
11 was Keneitfll)' agieed: thai a
great many traveler, lot one I KITCHEN{: TOWELS roll Me -- --
Another i Lb. Package Grade "'A" Boneless LB.
trout wr are going to I
stay away from Switzerland this Cudahy's SLICED I BEEF STEW or COUNT (:orrt-IF'd )Western

feintri This M no reflection m the fun BACON lb. 54c BEEF BOAST. 69- It J, KITCHEN: NAPKINS..pkg. lOrVEL
and facilities available Tht ditfiruH or
intei national situation uMMr > WILSON'S PORKROtS1'?; ; Ib 59c -
reon Another Sw I'x
pert, in the United StateMMtrii. -- u' FRESH PORK HAMS or 55 : POWDER Pkg. 3fc .. ---- .;.-..- L III.! -.......
is the (allure ol Switzer Ib
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Laid to adveitfee enough. The Smoked Tenderized! HAMS I W '-"H'S 16.OZ. JARGIIAPEL&1)E

said tuests the were prospectivemeuian subjetted to! a SMALL LEAN POUND J WILS:>N'S POUND i ) JELLY . 21tWELCH'S I FRYERS' : !6Sc
"drt nfue" of British and French I E. LB. HENS LB. 59c I '
l..uri.t propaganda. w huh h.uian ( Pork Chops 52c Pu:::e Lard 28c 46-OZ CANTOMATO >
l quite utx-esklul -- DRESSED and DRAWN
---- t, GRADE "A" LARGE ......
: JUICE 24c -
} Kiums( ;? J

the I"L. EGGS. :> QOZ. 59c ,F NO. 2 : SIZE-IN HEAVY SYRUP-HUNT'SPF \ou' I* the Time fur \'tntr Thfinlf.ii'inz Turkey. Order
1 What PI"H.h'rt- .
|"2 tntt 11.\\I! intro many in re&idenU U S tu..l h.'.i"v. Lean Meaty POUND WiLor's: COUNTRY ROLL ,VCHES: . . ran 27cNO Lice or Freh; lJre.lJfl (;(.%1l. and :tSk I Bart' !!!!

tvreivml the unarumou* \..k ..t Spare Ribs. 52c I BUTTER lb. 67c
the Electoral ColltgeX I' I 2 CAN DONALD DUCK GRAPEFRUIT L.. S. \O. 1White .
How did the use of p.:UrmMems '
originate'! : WITH ORDER JUICE 3 Cans 19c POTATOES 10 lBS. 39c ;

M..rte.t. 4. \\h-t termVhat President! had the I; APOlt\1'ED? nLII I calls: ,49c2La. .STERLING- I'I'n. '

& \ U S. city has .h.\" I \ 1
the greatest decline in juvenile Bag Long Grain I! 1 2 Lb. Pkg. Quick CookingRICE I' T\BLE[ S\LT . 3 25c

tt C tai What ierw y M C.D..y' i (; i . 2(::1 k GRITS. [ .10(" MY T.FINEPl'DDI'CS ptgS. YeHow ONIONS 2 IBS. 9c

T }Ifew lives were I lost
many : HUNT'S WITH ORDER 8-LB. AlFMI W\f;-1-'\' ('" J( Il'1
in WtuM War II! . . 3 for 19c
>. How much into a TOM VTO{) SAL'CE;
p.r" 4d-d-ruer yarn 42-gaufte goes n\'l.n 1 . can 5c CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE NUT VANILLA TAPIOCA ORANGES e 25c

il How long will the prfMiit I 2
f-.i.ii>t shortage lasf 1 I PIU JNES 25r 2
!". In what tltttion did \\. .IIKII. J.tIICE! j 1 s to .life HEAVY SYRUP \i2Cns35 Yew SQUASH LBS. 29c
in all 4. .t.tes first hu\' tt .

raett The b. *Answers e see* l (G'tl1; . . 3 WITH I Iks.ORDERS 35cFor POPULAR BRANDSCIGARETTES I York A.PPLIES 3 LBS. :tSe

I. Fianklm I) n'M'ti II! Fabaiaus: Suds Lg PkgF 3 Cans Gibbs' TOMATOI'STE.

JK >* ie'tivU' 2747hb.i: ,,Mitt 1 ,\K; . 33rNo \ I 29c( 1. TAX INCLUDED I .
2 Onl> one-Ce rgt' W- hu. ( . 1 -- --.. CARTON- ...... PICKLES .fu, 21ei'ETF I

Mill . ._ ..
To help voters who 11 u1! i u..t> :i Can PORK and LIBBY'S VIENNA NAflOXtAi blSCH CO.NABISCOV Li.- ------ I

h-*4 4 tak-btify Wrtham lieu Henry candidate liarriaonHw 1 I Beans 2 f I., 25c Sausage2ans35cU. !\ Il.tFEHS\'" .. I... IJ'-... 2c!! I PAN

"'. 4ietl o( pn unu nia iv ill I I 29l.1
**ne......h after his inauftui.it.,"i. PEANUT BUTTER Jur
5 Bitker. Or<' when. po.I.'III i t S. NO. iPOTATOES sOt(\LTFAS:) [ . . 2 for 23f
K guardtatv* "serve, jail statinTl I .t_ > iii niinii iii i I&J: <*m X913PLANTEWSPEANUTS i i i naai ia mm*if -
M. tin Iuveedesi 5 LBS 19cYELLOW DEL MONTE -- ALL GRINDS \ IC1t
.. day on wlmh m"i' uSdfcli d,, <.' .,
(/" t..
) nab are ... be ri k." t tEtHupr COFFEE IB 49c
in an effort t" t M ii" .
. : \ S
4.Ua rampaginK rats ONIONS 2 LBS. 13c
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7 A kJ141J T" uo.lIOO. in I Ibi I \ 'SPOKK

4 cfntrati armed..n tori-e tamp* nIUI'I'and ,i iC4 :r. I,. CRISPLETTUE. () [ & IIE.INS..3: : cans 25rIII FLOUR 2 ll.. ..... 29l'We

k<4tun killed b\ IttJl1\bi

t II Two Until and at I least a half 1J.1.l!note ati" .n<..1 Large Bead 13c (;lazed '..'."il..lo,. } tnir Cal.'f'l Have. ,

fry W the' American Institute. FANCY RIPE 'lr I !S 'ffJa.It.tI(111(1; or f'Y,vi :

In U39> -tht' I'th11. i. TOMATaiE LB 18c: --
D..t Wa.I ratified" August JottIntruduction _. nl!) .IIrS: ) in '
U,..dear ... I ( ( can,, TRl'IT C.\KE

of new 'wonth'drtq. '/ nie Order iicejiled for lehrerT iLL 67 WHITE ROCKG I -- TONGUES

dr lM* hueD ha\e inllu ought:rua and i ul.n ..: ? Semi Self Service ( \ 11 'VIE) I; . 2 f for 2.nlUlllils ; :
1Moo. in the United States to un f'i.h Irai Grocery H. : : : --

Pift'ftkDtrd low k-vt.'b. but -I".ic4alht. i The Store That Ssi-res You Best"H s-.J.I.I! I -- ._-
inW that wine tvpt- "t t K .\Vest Florida I nEER case (: \\s: *.{.y;;
tf d art not amenableto };1 II I Ilc-lIIin Sr| **'l lo I Plus Deposit: imported and Domestic Delicacies

else n ew treatments and. .
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at -
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lattue tm.e; r tool W'1piOlU.t.1 }

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l.Iw saI....,I1. 1P pnrtt........II...r f....Ii..,.,.,I I. .I Ie' Will Have The Finest On The Market I

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kn.' I.:uli 5-POUND 39c
lili'uui', : II our BAG

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'Trial tVK4' *H.Ia ry n 111/r1FrtvN r.r.I,, ,. I, ; : ( SALAD EETS NUTS I

Rel IAr_).'. I (:an ;\0. 2 iin13c 'I'uiiinl Jar ..UIIII" I..J.I ..

J\M'8:11"71 n.et.r n.m.. 15c 45c

,&. I..eh l tt :SO (
3ft 1aN rlr lull *
Tonortow't Alm. f
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MtNlM! I III -Extra Fancy Long Grain
II TIIE.Nov.1:.., !
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>\Ia1.iH.1da..n.tioaTad... / : : / "(* Koiinly KisI I CampbvlVsPork'uml; [ C.oroaSAMBO: -
(land,.t on lit I i!
No' "Name' Key l: 1.'Ul'un.t/
(M t rnd I2h 3t.1
Bur OMCMSandy
( ISHrt.) tlh 4<)11.C.1dea PEAS I
ClwniM.1: [
(Due th Itki) i 1111 Mill. I I
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NOT: l MU 1 i-Oe. Sii2 ('omul (:lui13c
(--'M1nu.. I 3 cans 23e
tc CJt
( t. .I I'h a ally I : cans
be adder<< I (:VSK of i 18. b.3;

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& I l ) MAINE Armour's CANNED MEAT\

; '( In Oil! IZ.O&.Can VEAL .nd 12 0.. Cu.
I r'llI..I'r[ t t !t 17 Port, Lwaf I 1
b m'''(' SARDINES12c 'HeCHOPPED : ( We
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; I I1 Iz-Oa Can 90z, Ju.
)I (viii II!I A.M.. 19 l' I Poll I' {'ei t 2r!(! I I

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-\MM uW..uulr1..jr I '. r>ri...n I n.tl. nrit..."" : Strawberries( / ; 16.f:. pit;:. lt.
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