The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 8, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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WASHINGTON,Jan. 3.:--Secretary N the town. Robert Dopp. director
of; State Marshall testified t ,R } SOUTH AMERICAN GOVERN'of the Department of Public

today before senate foreign relations Tells Rotarians"Sl w Service said today.
committee'about amount of-., First section undergoing this
; COMMUNISM MUST BE treatment is roughly bounded by
money needed for his plan and ,EARLY RECOGNITION IS .
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the conditions that should
ply' to the bill that will provide IMPORTANT; ROTARY and Reynolds streets. Dopp said.
en1a'.4 Pre..) "Our first aim is to grade the
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>"Sl countries. I i I' 8.-Policemen and Communists j drain off them", said Dopp.
lie said that he did not regard Swiss Paper I IlUAltY 19 clashed today in a printing plant "Then we will put a fresh Surface -
as generous the $6 billion, t I I on the streets and a final
oOO million asked for by President Says Today I Cancer is the No. 2 tfcdth menace that issues a Communist paper. ,one of sanded tar."
T.umanfor- the operation i to the American people. The government has declared Streets in the :first section that

of the plan for the first year I j.i i iltr Tee .4":..rt.tr4 Prr D Comdr. Albert G. Gibbb, USN, I that Communism must: be arc being thus treated are Seminary -

That sum, he declared, has BERNE. Jan. 8.-A Swiss i chief surgeon at U. S. Naval J11'n'.a Y.t t stamped out in Brazil and the ,' South, Washington Von
been "figured down to the pen- newspaper published a story ; Phister, Whaiton and Grinnell.
here told police were directed not to let
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Hospital today at noon
ny" as,; necessary for the year's today under a headline. in I Today the department had virtually -
operation of the plan, and he I large letters. "Stalin Dead. 1 the Rotary Club at its meeting the Communists i issue their pa- i finished the grading of
added that it probably would re- The story was unconfirmed.It : in St. p urs Parish HalL t ( SlrcphohN, per, which has been consistently Washington street.

quire $18 billion to pay for the'' is believed that it resulted i i i Commander Gibbs said that PRESIDENT TRUMAN reads his State of the Union message to a joint session ol Congress assembled 1 attacking the government. The second section that will
rebuilding of eastern Europe ; from the news that came : early recognition" of 'the disease : in the House Chamber of the capitol at Washington. Seated behind him and In front of the When the policemen using be covered by the service department

over 'a period of four years. He I from that Stockholm a few days i was at present the only way .: flag are Senator Arthur H. Vaadenberg (left). Republican of Michigan presiding officer of the tommyguns and tear gas, enter- crews will be in the
explained that sum 'was purely t f ago a cancer specialist in 'anyone could be certain of living senate. and House Speaker Joseph W. Martin (right). Republican of Massachusetts. Clerks and area west of Whitehead street
that had been ed the
an estimate, as nobody knew exactly ed to city Moscow. summon- 1: when cancer look effect. : other House functionaries sit directly in front of the President. Senators are seated in the foreground plant the Communists at- Dopp said.IncludPd.
Ii>w much money will be I Asked whom be 1 i:1 i In a recent conference: attended I with backs to the camera. tempted to throw them out. in the streets to be
needed. was going : by 700 doctors' at Jacksonville The fighting lasted 10 or 15 improved are Thomas.. Enupa. ,;
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Marshall assertedthat. no time ( replied that he did. not know ;, recently, the commander .- --- '. -- minutes, and-.then!jthe policemencame I Petronia, .OoliviaAngela." An Lia \ .
should be wasted in : : said one of the"clinics and Juhd streets. Throe simfe
putting the:1 himself. :1|: carrying the.
out of plant 'with 20 I
plan ,iat.o' .effect. ,I ** !d..beJ 1Tha-Rerun .III dQisn'Londori.when on research,jol canter tpli thc CIVIL. :SERVICE UNIT Communists, will also'be 'uadM- and laid with
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he said. av basic conditions do'. the story .of Stalin's reported I r 100 per cent increase in the number i 730 AJ .. ZLS.T.: Dopp said that all-thetnateTi-
not permit of a delay Mater than death replied in. single of cures of the disease. PROPOSES UNIFORM als to do the work were on hand
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that tate: If' the plan is not,| .word-"Nonsense.! j I "But even with that improvement Stalion- Ida L Almeda except the sand pea rock These,

working by then, he stated cjcte- -that clinic had saved only : Atlanta he said would be made available -
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rioriation in some of.. the coun- ) l six out of 100 who had cancer", I PAY SCALE CITyj BIllings 40 To Be Interred to the cty; by the county by .,
tries to' be benefitted will have said' Comdr. Gibbs. "So you can FOR ]I Birmingham a :U ., using the marl on Dredger's Key
begun after that data I 3 Boats Arrive i see the importance pf early discovery .u ,c; I ismark ;.'.. ;"- II\i -i 3J! ;4 and crushing it.
He asked the committee npt to of the'disc 'sc. Once dis- ANNUAL REPORT MADE* ; ;ft ':,. .. .j!: Boston :.,;, 1.-< _,; ---2. Q.t Sunday P. 'M! r "I don't know how much the
attach "any strings" to the ex- r covered early ,the cure is fairly -Yt : : (I Buffalo '"7": -;F f:'.'::6 ."1'i t.2.. work will cost, because I have
pcnditurc of the money, That | At Naval Base certain. OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS ::1'1"1'.IIJf i'1'1.1I I Charleston .- '.': ., 28=1 :,|W' not yet figured out any of the I
statement was made because i "Radium may be prescribed, I I!Chicago 26 The body of Ida I.. Almeda charges", said Dopp. "But we
:sonic of the Republican leaders 1 Two destroyer-escorts the I.or X-rays may be used. Finally, TO CITY'SCOMMISSIONERS: Bridge "foils I II !Corpus Chrikti ,. 61 the 8-month old daughter of Lt. have on hand sufficient moneyto
have been talking about setting j j USS Greenwood and the USS there is surgery." I I Denver -'. 37 and Mrs. Charles Almeda. who take care of the work."
up:a commission for operating I j! Coolbaugh arrived this morning I Edwin Trevor, president of : ]Show Increase Detroit ; -- 31 died in Germany, November 30,1|
I from Norfolk to undergo training I 1-:1: Paso 35 arrived in West
the plan. "There Rotary Club, announced that La- yesterday ,iROBKRTGAGETO
not be
can two I I
secretaries I in the school maintenance dies Night of the organization Report of the Civil Serviceboard's \\Of $5,888.00Business Ft Worth __-_ Sl 1 1i accompanied by the parents. |,
of state Marshall j i \ ADDRESS
_____ .__ JUNIOR
Galveston .
declared adding that the, rebuilding 'here for anti-submarine work. I would be held on February 19. activities for the year i 60 Funeral services will be held'
They carried approximately 250 'Jacksonville n, ; .' 3:1: Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock; WOMAN'S (;'LVIIA
of Europe should be'' He said Walter J. Matherly, dean 1947 has been released by Lee zoomed on the Kansas !
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(Continued On Page Six) IPALACE'THEATERi j officers and men. of University of Florida, will 11 Goddard executive secretary.The I overseas Highway bridges I'I KEY WEST : 64 from the chapel of Pritchard '; special meeting of the Junior :
Also arrived here otday was Funeral Home. Rev. Weaver
be the principal speaker. Wqmcn's Club has been called .
I report is extensive and in last month. Collection of : Key West AirPort 83
the Coast Guard buoy tender, the Ley Memorial Church will olfi- .
Trevor :selected Robert Dopp. :Las Angeles 43;; for Thursday at 3 p. m. at whi-h.
Ivy. The 189-foot 1 1.300-ton shin detail. tolls amounted to $5.888 in ciate. She leaves Glo-
I i chairman, J. D. McAndrews. I Louisville 40 one sister. time Robert.Gage will address
was placed in drydock at the i Fred Dion, and Paul Sher on thc The board in tis; report firt:; excess of what they were in Miami SrMinneapolis ria Jean; and borthcr, Charles the club members. i.

Submarine Base for repairs. Her t committee arranging Ladies establishes:; the following concepts !. December. 1946. 30 Edward paternal grandparent. The board of directors will I
Monte Hale and Adrian Booth in station at Miami, but she han- Florencia '
Almeda. of Tampa.
45 o'clock.
j "Aoll) lhe- Ore-go" Trail"', dles an.buoys between Cuba i r Night Sebastian Cabicra, Clem C. of its responaibililes to- In the,latter year the total I Memphis New Orleans . 50>> maternal grandmother Mrs. Lil- meet at 7JO i

News :and Features and ,Bethel Shoal, about 120 Price and Ernest Ramsey were wards the duties of its office. was $33.343: last month they New York ; 27 ly Hernandez of Key West I! 1
miles north. of Miami. named members of a committeeto 1. To assist: the department mounted to 39831. I Norfolk 2;:) a.
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-- -:-- arrange: a Rotary Foundation heads in employing the best !' Number of passengers over I Oklahoma'City "n 42 mslliG

for Ladies' Night. Trevor qualified | the also increased Omaha .. 30 Notice ALL Sojourning !',
I program personnel obtainable bridges I P'nsaeola 4:' HMOcvaJ street nan. !. .f.
said it was hoped that Key /or each vacan -y as it ociurs. 2. decidedly last month totaling I -- or Pointing
i Roanoke 2P.> SCOTTISH t!| Auto Repairs, ,
II will lie 100 To assist the 42.315 with ,
111 West Rotary Club department headsin as compared St. Louis 41Sn and Fender Work
for the foundation A the the December 1946. total of Body
per rent obtaining> best efforts of I Francisco 49!'I .
\ !t tx..ue A t Prt r** All Car
,gift: of an average of_$10 a member all employees] under their runtiol 38204. an incerase of 4.111. San Antonio 5"' j.
GRASFOOT local dub ful- 3. Where Total of motor vehicles
would put the an -eniplojee is us- Seattle A" IN THIS AREA I '
ly 100 per cent for the founda- found to lack the qualifications ing the bridges last month i Tallahassee 31 a
Are Invited AttendA
Cordially to
OF: DUVAL STREET at the GULF tion.Dr. to properly) and adequately: portal was 20.911 as compared with : Tampa 41 Dinner Dance on Saturday.''
James Parramore. director m the duties of his or her po- 18.038 in December of 1946. I Ir'.I.lI.lIII.lI Washington 21 January 17. 1948. at the Casa Ma-;, ALL DOGS ,

Presents of Monroe Clinic, introduced sition. to provide the necessary; 1 r rina Hotel at 8.30 P.M. Those Must Be Tagged .
.Captain Oliver Smith, USN me- assistance in separating that cin- desiring to atend. please contact I;
$ i dical officer in charge of the Naval (Continued From Page S'Jo.IA'f'rEN'rlN POULTRY te Chairman of the Committee at;
KEYWEST'SONLYA Hospital, who then introduced STERLING MARKET 1003 Seminary Street or Phone: 1948 LICENSES

Comdr: Gibbs. CEMENT 5150r i 10S4R.Rcsrrratlnns. ON SALE AT
'I r 904 Fleming; St. Phone 572

SHOW Flayal Leach () '! FINISH LIME. 5135 .d l\ol Inter Than Musi.1\011< tie On In WOMAN'S CLUB
Delivered In Key WestTELEPHONE852 Fryersaa Tcday. Friday and Saturday i..
i Friday, January 9, 1918 %:00 to 5:00 P.M.
Fetitnring Dies Suddenly t J KLKS! ; SLON E 655 Greene St. I .- RUSSELL HOFF.r r
t Chairman. Key "'pOo1! | Humane .Society

THE CATHERINE i Regular Lodge Meetings in 1 ___ SANDY'S GARAGENext ...
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!j. Fld:>dl Leach died suddenly January will be hold on Thurs- i to La (unclw iloiH iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiii iuiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiicniiiiinniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiniiK-- -
BEHNEY DANCERS f tyesteiday after noon at 4 o'clock day the 8tb and Thursday the 404 Duval Street Phone 501
lie resided at 907 Division sticct 15th. Hot BreadInte'riu ;
(Five Dimpled I Complete' Overhaul JobsNo DANCE
Darlings) '._ [lid has no relatives in the city. JOHN H. RICHARDSON. -
.- will be I Job Too Difficult
Funeral service announcjedjdter Secretary. fir (:uban .
,. ROSE RICHARDS j by the "ntchard Funer. 6:30 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.. Daily arm' ar" r.r.... I' In the BeanliftilRainbow
al Home.

,-. Mi-re&'i( or (iercnlouic: p Hot Doughnuts 'OCEANVI'EW Dining RoomLaConcha
"Sweetheart of the' Blues", i ,I -
COLLINS Monday through SaturdayWe With Its Display of 22 Different, Hotel
.Ree Rigriey STORE I Species of Mounted Game Fish, ,
t 505 DUVAL STREET Specialize in of !
h. We Specialize in Seafoods 7V the Music ../ ,
"Miss Swing" Larqc Shipment of110IINER'S Weddinp and Birthday All Kinds at Reasonable Prices :, -
'I Also Steaks and Cffirken Dinners CONJUN'fO TROI'ICANOUnder .
,. The World's Finest- CAKESIMALONEY'SI and Regular Dinners at I
Laurien Mortell Trio ; Charcoal Broiled HARMONICAS\ I Popular Prices I I the Direction of E. Henriquez
:Come and Give Us A Trial With
\ Musical\ i: WEAVER'SSTOCK AR : HERE Our: New Seruo--Best in FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Merry Madcaps .
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FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 9149 1 ISLAND CHROMATICS: :\( *., BAKERY I Open at 7 A.Daily M* and to 10 P. TOWD-1 I 9:00: to 1:00 o'clock:

NO COVER NO MINIMUM Completely Air-Conditioned (IF YOU KNOW HOW) 812 FlenUi. :street 520 United SU Phone 9271 I| ADMISSION FREE




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Only Dally Newspaper laKey: West and I
.4. "" Couoty But here is advice for Daytime Summary : Upper Marlboro, ?tides Died Dec? l
i good every Key ,
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his air broadcast_t the' tarn*11teeM.a. .3, 1815.. :
.. Wester regardless of the size of pock-
( day 4hr ua* Friday., Tim Is eaeter* L 178ft-Nicholas Riddle, i tamei : J JI
matteZBEa'QY'TUI .ba. *.. FM eentf.! etintf .. a'A& -
etbook 'These lush times in ard -
: : are notnlr, katl ea. Mnrmeoste"m Itiad. L I Philadelphia litterateur who.
I Th. JLocUt Pees, U exclusively entitled to Key West and elsewhere Florida but ft ttw Mvra turned banker at call of his coun
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not otherwise credited In this paper and :try, ,scholar public servant, true ; .-
also all the and when ,. ,
t .iiotLs. local new* published here. over country, moneyis JAN. S THROUGH JAN. 9. gentleman, born in Philadelphia. ;

1 l .. CBSdUFTIOJI RATES. 'easy", that is the time to fortify your. ........ .a d %'' Died Feb. 27, 1844. *. -. --

On* Tear $1510. self against the of hard times. 1 Honeymoon la N. T.-Bt* ,. J792-Lowell Mason, fanu ecI' .;;
fix Moatk + 'i15:: coming v Breakfast Club--a be w Q< ?? ; :; I'musician and ;' father '
/ one|bre.lloatn Month -:.. I J ..Ot However;'the"general l"rwl of persons eW-Ok4ibons Roundup-cb. y y i sons noted in musical worldborn '

.Veekiy. iii ";1 : .. ;i when, Pros prity 'is .In ,the saddle'ltFYe' !\ no 10:00 JO-Ozark-Fred t warms Valley Show Folka-nb mU. : [! in Medford, Mass..t Died oh

i ADVERTISING HATESHade \,. .: thought of the hard times that are sure to Music For You-cbs t Aug. 11, 1872: ... ;:;
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Ipiow, AppllcatloB f 1821 James Longstreet sol- ;:
\ ? .oji. come, as they)) Always hav; ;comej t jn the -B.uy4kosker 'l' Alec, the "war horse of the CooJ i
= 1"BC14J 10 -Say It Muh -mfa> .
I. JM reading aoticw. earda of thaaka.olnU ae wake of a boom., Individual! Americans of 11:00-:-Arthur Godfrey Show-cba: ederacy," born in Edgefield DS- :.
I ,2'ellpeet. obltnarrBoUc* ,1'|>Oem ;..'-&,, Will btbArsed 'that Breakfast ia Hollywood trio S. C. Died Jan. 2, 1904. ;
f for at the rat. of 10 a line. type, considering f
Notice for entertainment by 'thurche. from 11:10-Ben Alexander SlIow'-mba 1857-Augustus Thomas. famed
wM<-> a r vcnn. U to bo derived m&r.a1 cent a lino. their dollars to the winds when dollars are 1U45-Serial* 1 ti% bra-cbs 'playwright, born in St. Louis. ,

-- Tho of Cttlsen public U Uoo as open and subjects of-Invites'local disBMion or- plentiful and easy to get, as they are now, Afferno.a Died Aug. 12, 1934. t
general Intorect. but It will not publish anonymous UC>>Welcome Travelers-stoJ s &is ,t
ruomunieatioBS.IMPROVEMENTS. are gripped by the. impression\ that -times (*te SmHIiiJp *_ woe v [ Extracting the fangs docs I\O\!
always will 'be 1> 3Q.Wor4s'and'tfuslsbeDaily I
Y' good,; snake harmless
Baca4 Cgae.rlsidl9..Coneert -"" -" ,! make a poisonous
, FOR KEY WEST It is almost! ft waste 'of time to try to nslh80ur.Rbe L- !. since a number of replace

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN convince the ihrjftless of the importanceof .1:00-5'.0': yueetl,} for Hour J4-m8.; o' SstsaIsb4I. ment fangs in various stages of t
t usually are present !
poking g'.0-BFIa0. and. OfoeRifM.Jl (AP Wlrephwlo9ARQN ) development
,- away dollars when they are !" a&ell& aeie; "" t

5 i. More Hotels and'Apartments.Z easy to obtain. Assuredly they will come '-PGu"U ,."Bt grHouse Seatedabo140T xothing-rcb: liOWAIC.(. 19, a midget 22 inches tall, gets an automobile ,dmej's: Uctnsc at Rock HilL, e

Beach and Bathing Pavilion. in handy when "hard times come' .. : ,, Part_ba t\0.'-, J. CfrVO W R. Whit (left), examiner for the State Highway Patrol. Nowak is in a specially Subscribe to The Citizen. !t

>. 3. Airports-Land and Sea. at the door.." -Faaul: l WhiicDu4d Re4JGfd eab04iewH19nt \liU faCQ'. ,-a gUt from his brother stationed with the Army in Japan. The,car has a spied of 30 ;

4,, Consolidation ol County and {lilt-ebs; milts p.T hour Bight: Nqwak stands on a desk and shakes hands with Police Chief E. M. Hanna I
The Citizen knoiys< ofa few Key West Winner TmVf AHTreasunr b '. .Toi .
City Governments.: Pa 4 Show-abe e.f hock 8111. ; 'j .Bathtubs Lara tones lets

8. Community Auditorium. ers who.began to buy Savings Bonds since 4344-vIddiea Shows'.1\4 .bra.' | HP. Ja'tr-mll. --- .
ssstrerr .Soil Pipe and Fittings

they were first Issued in 1934. Those ,':OS-SSchus4' Hour 01 tll.'Alr-cii.. (W4lll\ spate I 117,. ... ......................._ 1 1People's r jf1GG- roil: SMILE? .Water Pipes and Fittings i{

bonds began to mfittU"e-three years ago, T 'h,"srlabsYe e. : ., .. Plumbing Supplies .

and are still maturing. How f it ; tijn'end'Abaer. .ob,"'.eeat. : Forum i
comforting .. BY THE CARLOAD
]IO i' Lazy I
: OG't ''t is to the j jJ
man bought those bonded and '
.To the Cigarette: Smoker '.. are still buying them!f : ,FR061tAJtieeasteasUsla'L"pet0q.' 4 J .: ...clttaea.:.:::::.- esprw! I II I; Harry Markowitz\ l Inc I

: ; ... atone .f tk* view .f Its vcst.- <, "Jones?always strikes me as i I
.for I
U. S. No., 1
opportunity Highway
Here's a golden you But let us gc back, to 1939 when .aaMeut iryb; e*. but the editor rr lIen_ lh. : an indolent sort of chap.**

to stop smoking cigarettes. When thecity's working conditions \in the Key 'Vesi Navy r'I... .+ Q"m" x Jrt are slaq.e.m to l delete ere' Ilbe say|..!.teas.( .>wUck ,. t 1 tacit Khahls0. .... fee PHONES 486821 40763 I
7 -
The !
three-cent tax goes \into effect, Yard began to. perk( up, Several hundred\ ::tr:. .. ,.. '" fair a.4 "Btu'ssrller.. the Utter> ,' <. I so lazy tie always runs his automobile
you 23 .. 11tI. 5QIt w.rda. wan write en ._ .... I. over.a-bump to knock Miami 33. Florida
at I
every pack of cigarettes buy men who, began .to .work in the yard that :',--. .; i !:.1.1Tluqug .f lice pacer .mlr. I5I..tare.* i
1 of that amount ,will be 'This Daily Ik* wrlier .._* .ee.i>.aay Ate the ashes off.his.cigar. = _fW'tSfl.! -__ I
gents, 13 cents year and are still employed there Let's assume HUUDAYy'JANUA Y i letter cad will k. ........... aclea. -- I I
BULLETIN re*.e.te4 tkerwls. I II
paid in taxes. they bought, 9 $50 or $100 bond( regularly 1ryai.g v BWUCM, .. I

THE ORACLE. since then. Next year they will begin 4 NSwsscasRe veryt Daay.cls| q< # IoQOX ; LAST AND FIRST i
K FOR THE: SOURCE I Rom whereTh: I sit...fy Joe Marsh
u to cash. bonds, with new ones heconv... Network !Silent Bour-ab -at --- Editor, The Citizen: >. 1 i

ing due, month after month for 10 years. Kiddies Network Hour Silent(repeatV-abc-west U br.l-.rab at Tht miracles performed by Not cnly did the 'wives of I

SCIENCE MAY PRODUCE FOOD : Kiddies Hour (repeat-r-mWwest) science Navy personnel give birth to i
"In times of peace prepare for war," |>1i-:lo*< |Mr K>(ts OpinionTalkscbs,1.S34To' : Music Time-aba.. No once could alone achieve, the first 1948. Key West babies

Washington said. That advice may he Se Announced-cbe-us t We should place l 'complete and the last 1947 Key West baby, : ad's Feet Hurt I

Scientists are working on the secret paraphased to read, I n good times .prepare -. Lumtk; Aboer repeatcoswestS:4lrNewscait'by Three nbc reliance' but the fathers of the babies are

of; chlorophyll, the mysterious green substance for bad. Lowell Thomas (repeat ID- bf, On-,God. from Whom all men attached to the same Navy. unit, I.' ;
7. -Silpper Club-nbc-basic receive Anti-Submarine Development! '" I
in plants which has the power to 'News The lieulah'and I Comm'Dtary-ab.' Show cbi Everything, that is invented ( Squadron ONE at Boca Chica After a long, hard day work on Andy's Garden Tavern Thad c a I

harness the energy of the sun to weave The people of a democracy t'find it Pulton Lewis. Jr.-ntbaews .Sq to Cod let praise arise '.Fie Id. the farm, Thad's ?idea of bow to relax with his glass of beer and j !
the stuff'of life out of the carbon dioxide difficult to tell when _politician is tryingto 1''s.-Jack Smith"and'Comment and Song--nbc cbs From His creatures who, con- Mr. and Mrs. Charles :F- spend an evening is to take off lib the missus can also chat with all :. I
a Daily Commentary- -abc tented Groves became- the parents' shoes .,,4'relu'wit m mellow the neighEcrs there. Each get" his ; I

and water vapor in,the air. hold his job and when he is helping the 7:30COY\ntahinn.rDate4Ybteysii;,I.ortibahlo. : .$aid=+ WCroaby' n. ''!' heSopicgl? of Goodness |' twins, the first 1948 twins glass. of? ,beer. (or her) own way. I
has the
For this secret eluded realize. when Charrles
people. i Robert
years Club and.Betty
-Bob s -cbs
... But his missus has other ideas. Worked too! In fact now the
fiery Queen.toupa ,abjM. ,. "; "
s ; Margaret born .U.
the world but recently fi'i7'/t..r- were at the S.
keenest scientists of Kews : .a- I
Brpftdcartnfcia : ** After feeing in the house all'day, missus likes an occasional temper.

before the -American Association for UNJUST TAX ON MARGARINE 7:4S-Harkneti'CoI-EdMurrf. ?swambtl fIfnS-!pbga' t... t V= &'*l.i,.i-; SfJluke For Detail 19:27'(10981: Readi( ; :" ?: i Gillette Naval Hospital, weighed on January 8 pounds 2. Miss and she'sal1"for walking to the village atq glass of beer herself.And Thad

the Advancement of Science, 'three collaborating a:00 ports! Comment,-mis t' I > !111'ounces.j if it's only for a soda. Likes to see finds it's pleasanter to enjoy his
scientists the discow ) ')-'Henry.-in Aldrich Family- bO Publishers Commander fI and Mrs. NormanC. people,catch th$latest gossip.But beer with good companions!,rather
t >} reported The high price of butter .B.l II 'The; Monthly! Booklet j
has caused Silcrophon&-abc1& i j .
Candid hart! Began than alone.In his feet
f Thad says, no, !his feet fact stopped
cry of a new key ,substance, termed the .JanADEnt Trio-mb "M ::71 "Enjgy,;Your Bible"CSttmtLTbel'fy'Trr '. jGilIeUe. Jr., are the parents
considerable interest
consumer in Federal :1M-Vera Holly Time-mba of the last 1947 baby, Kathleen to' cause unpleasantness in hurting too I ICopfrifht
first intermediary in theprocess of food taxes margarine ts0-surew baKtien..nh -_ T '. bom..
qn and* t restrictions which Nhw Donpgtaue, -born at 1023; p.- m., -
)> synthesivby the plants. its Mr. Keens. Drama-cb. "York harbor IS made of December atKfre-Us-6. &*NavafcjHospitaL <' "Thei Bill Webster with
... were designed to hamper sale. to' the The Clock'Drama-abe copper.. } comes np c90e? tf
Until. the experiments were underway .y Th.eBkloi P_ T T'ry'jTT.COMMISSION' .'-?:!" **;- '-' -,T, r. Miss Gillette weighed an Thad. takes the missns to .
= ''t'
':U- "'-''''- "
] public.For Billy ROle CommeBt-mb. mi1N: Nct'1f> ?: 199. t'S'pounds and 11 ounces. 'o!
existence of the
suspected the.
i noeone a .number of years, members of OO-IUafc. Ha11.W7< zoI1Z B'cE SERIESAN I Thet Cfllettes are new residents .

J substance\ which wasdeiecte d .through. Congress from the South, wanting a bet- Peck Winie.H) i' rmeVVariety-it jm 3l>iti sithsr *.*. ORDINANCE FUttTrtt' of Key West; Commander ; ,1948.Untied Steles Brewers fmrainnmrnminmnnninniraiiinnmii ; ,

Ule use of radio-active carbon, which, in Oabriel Heatter Comment AMENDING 'ORDINANCE.f Gillette, having reported fortduty 1 w
ter market for vegetable fats that ;; ;
com- ':flteat >e'D1'im ..ib.J. jb3, COUNCIL:SERIES, T)? THEORDINANCES November 24 to relieve' KANTOR' tuumI HlI II
comparatively substance on .
itelfis; a new pose the principal ingredients of marga- .::30-Village store> CotoieAy- t4 OF Tl E CITY l. a. ,
.Crime Drama Commander Page Knight as officer ;
,> roduced ,in the atomic-energy furnished rine, attempted to secure passage of lawsto Be'. too s'To' QF KEY WEST,, FLORIDA, BY in charge of development ; :
at. Oak Ridge, Tenh. repeal the taxes, on margarine. They -=Bob Hawk Quiz-nbc ;jraAVEJi; BUREAUS; AND PROVIDING -I for Anti-Submarine Development '.. ; .,
Without going into the chemical details The President'Drama-aS: Squadron ONE since November ,. '. '" .
made no progress because a wellorganized ir.! WHEN ORDINANCE
of the revelation, the scientists sug- Family Theater, Drama-mbs GOES INTO EFFECT. I 1945. Iij
dairy lobby, anxious to prevent competition 10:3: *-Eddie .Cantor Show.t 4| '. Be it enacted by the City Com- In addition to the twins, the
gest that the discovery may pave the way First .i Ipchter: Flay-cbs
with butter made from milk, man- Ltnny Herman Quartet-abc mission of The City of Key West. Groves have a daughter Patricia : :

to the creation of synthetic foods in 'great aged to prevent passage of the legislation.Now 'O:45-Earl Dance Band Codwin Show Talk--nibs abc Florida:. I Ann, born June 23, 1946. l .

abundance, using the carbon dioxide and however since cultivation of 11:00-News & Variety: 1 hrs.4.qbc- Section 1. That Section 1 of Commander and Mrs. Gillette ,. t
in New. Variety.-Dance S hjsTObeNews Ordinance No. 368, Council Series have two other children Virginia .
water the'air: and the energy that the soybean has become a major agricul- and Dance Hour-abe robs of the. Ordinances of The Elizabeth, born July 23, 1944, : .: t
News. Dance Band Z brs.-
comes from the sun. If this develops, itwill tural enterprise in several states, includ- 12:00: -D&hriae Continued! bcyi tst City of Key West, Florida be"!and Theresa Marie, born July 21, I

represent' something of a harnessingof Indiana Iowa is further amended by adding at 11946.; f
ing Illinois and there
the end of said section as amended ;
Five kinds of cockroaches B. E. CLOSE
the sun's might for : are
w power purposesand the chance that the bill now before Con. found frequently in American : I I Commander, u.s. Navy,. : .

might provide mankind with an inexhaustible gress will be repealed. homes. TRAVEL BUREAUS i Executive Officer. I -. pE :

:;; source of power. Operating Conducting or I[ Boca Chica Field .' .' ;
Since authorities assert that .
medical "
Maintaining, $50.00. I r. "
Naval Air Station, I
," While the presumption is that the margarine is as nutritive as butter and LEGALS Suplemental License. For I Key West, Fla., I 'f. II! '

discovery will lead to progressive disclos- that the product is in the "pure food" .- .; ". conducting bureau for I Jan. 1., 1948. '.. : ; > .
iTHK ruv''Tv Ji DcF.'W 5ttfT; principaLother; than principals E .
ures of, the processes of nature, one IN 'A"" KOK IU\KOK: roGfY, I : oOoEDITOR'S -
class it.I.s to understand how
difficult : 'named in .
FI.Omu.%. IN ) ,original i ( NOTE: The stories i.I.
should 'qot\ ekpect overnight revolutions in be In re Estate of rltOlun..p license, $5.0T.( I in I. .
heavy taxation. on margarine can jus- IDA r.KYNOLW i of these were published ,. ,.". "
the production of food, The time may be tified. Presqmably, the laws of the nation \ TO rKKHITDHP IVcfasedOTIfK Section into effect.2* ,This immediately ordinance upon shallgo I The, Citizen.. ) < J.. I.t" '.

some- distance off, but it is surely comingas should not be used to penalize one prod- TO AliL CRKIHTOHS. ANl, IK Altti iATEESr.'ISTttllHTKKS ..I' ;R. its passage and adoption, : and.authorization -'+I It i estimated that a rats destroy ,I B .

man manages to unlock the secrets oft uct and but this exactly SONS: 'IIAVINC CESTMS UK -10.;- by the signature of .
to protect ;another KiSTATBF about. four percent of the U. S. 11 ,e
iature and use its power for his benefit. 1UA R";YNOLDM'- CEASED; : : and cereal
what Federal legislation has done in Tuu/and each .fyouare hereby Clerk of the Commission and I i grain crop. o fiU 4I

regard to margarine.and butter. notified and reiiuirrUV 19- present publication thereof one time in

r NOT A,, DRUMBEAT any or either claims of or you demands, may have, whk-h againstthe you. The Key West Citizen a news 1 I QUICK RELIEF FROM \ $:!: :

M Kxtalr of 1.U Rey-eeide,, deceased paper of general circulation pub- i I Symptoms of Distress Arising from .
There are very few newspaper:; columnists latr'of Monroe County Florida. lished in The City of Key West.
to the Honorable Rajmoud I: Lord STOMACH ULCERSDUETO CAVU due
? Not 'long ago, some newspaper that write as if they modestly suSpected County JndKe. in and for Monroe Florida. D ,eateesus ,.
County Florida, at hla office in the Read and passed on first read EXCESS ACID t" .
people questioned Secretary of Defense that there were many things they County. Court lluune of :Monroe "r
,. at regular meeting held I a.
( .lInty. Florida within eight calendar ing a 1 Fr..Bo.kTensofH.meT'eabDo- .
.James V. Forrestal about his availabilityas do months from the date of the 1
not understand. first publication hereof. Said December 16, 1947. Must Help or it Will Cost You".u.t-( .
a vice-presidential' candidate for the claims or demand shall l>e In writing Read and; passed on final read- Over three million bottles of the WILIARDTUATV
bemocrats. .. and contain th. plare of residence ing at a regular meeting held EKT have been sold for relief of
SELFEVIDENTCount and iKM-t office iddresn of imptomsofdwtreas wiring from St.m th
and shall t sworn to January 6, 1948. due to Cm**AcM_ :
the claimant >< and Duodenal Ulnas :
The New Yorker responded that he by the claimant, his ,ife...,t wr at- A. MAITLAND ADAMS, p.., Dlpstie- a.ue or U..... Stench.. $850
torney.All Gssalness. H.atbiwW. t.opessaae,et*
was not a candidate and could not be Carlo Sforza, Italian Foreign such claims. or demands not Attest: Mayor. due to Excess AcM.Sold on 1 S days trial! .
rafted. He filed within the time and In the VICTOR LOWE Ask for"W 1eled'S M.ugs" bleb fully .
added: "Even with both ears I Minister makes a telling) point in assert- manner prescribed hereip shall be City Clerk. ezplaius this treatia nt-lr.e-.a* .

to the ground, I've never heard the faintest ing that the best possible evidence that void.I>ated the :31t day "V of-D ian8,1948 GARDNER'S PHARMACY .

"1947.d _._.____. _. . -.. -.....-.. .. .. ...-... -.-.. ...-... '... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .
suggestion of even a distant drum- the United States is not trying to establish (* | \\11.1.1.\11 .\. 'PnEKMAN. I l/ --.....-.....v........y........................ . . . . . .
beat." An, Executor uf the I-axr Will and I R .
** hegemony over Europe is the Marshall Testament. hf Ida }tt..}n..ld*, tieceased. I > Announcing the Arriral of. the First Copies 4t .

It may be that. )Ir. .fol!. sta''. is not familiar Plan. Jl'Lirs, F. STONE. Jr.ttor"'y .. 1 of that JLtch-To1Ied About Book- '7I" : f .
I for Executor.janlS: j jI
with the.tactics of modern day pol- The Italian official points out that if \ li-!*,U4S : ,;-/ ;'..

iticians. They do not listen for drumbeats; the United States had a plan to establish I SEARS .- .

!for they themselves.are too busy beating the. tom-toms, .itself as the ruler of Europe, ft would' not How To Relieve f Spring andlt \ .

,;. ; f attempt to promote a prosperous united t

Europe, but woul<1'try to bribe one, a ionafter' Bronchitis f Summer Catalog i if l lt ..' .
Publicity like '
',fjre/: can be friend or another. ;
*, :" : t .
foe. .,4. Along with other Italian officials, Dr. Creomnlsian relieves promptly because f ccmx \ .

Sforza praised the United States and its it goes right to the seat of the .
: The New Year gives every inhabitant officials for what this country is tryingto germ trouble laden to help phlegm loosen, and. aid and natureto expel \ Visit HJUU ORDER OFFICE \l lt .rM

of West another' soothe and heal raw tender inanes -
Key opportunity to. do to help Italy. He denounced criticsof : mucous %mem ::1 .
make this a record-breaking year. American Ambassador Dunn declaringthat br min druggist ta sell you t TODAY .
a bottle oX Creoz&ulsion with the understanding .
;: he had read all of the Ambassador's you must like toe way it '

.: Animals! do not/fearn. 'from'th ex* speeches and could not but thank him for to quickly have allays your money the cough back.or yea are \t Phone SIMOISTON! STREET Plume 5 K f ENSN :

perience _of other animals, and the saying what he was doing for the benefit of the CREOMULSIONfar 1560 At the Corner of fleming Street 1561 4 I ANT 0 R S SH OP

to a great extent applies to homo Sapiens. Italian / 4I
1 people. .- ntCords.Bronchitis i ..................................J 'NItNINANNt{ Nt( till G f(fi NNUmluulltuNNrr HlIIIIIIHHIllllllUIIIUU'IIIIUtu' .

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TJtlpS..D! Y. ,'. JAmjARY. A,1948, .: -' ", ,,_..- ItiG: EY .WEST CITIZEN ] -, t' .p; ..GETJREEf'i:: ;- :''r

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Your: Horoscope 1 NowShe!: Shops :;. .. ; :, > ;:

H: WhIte. for :8' Shroud 1947-You THURSDAY should, JANUARY have remarkable ':c.1 "Cash .and Carry"Without .

U : powers of expression in music Painful Backache (
I CAMERON ID and poetry.. The nature will 'Woca al..nau tt kUacy fucttoapenattt .
.. By DON
'of remain in your blood it It'
... be mild, and if the full powers I m rriiii ia .m1agl tckichc.rfa umaticp iiu.1C ;
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'I the mind .are exerted you may !pep-Bad easy y getting UBnichta.
I Chapter : ftlltl7 sheaf of Iettefr'aDd --to "-Wnw. puCaw Coder th* eyes. ,
10 lay benefactor
"When ..1 was a reporter easi1ybe'c m a htadarhft and dizuncia.Frequent or(cantypaca :
':1.: A SUDDEN urge tor the south Detroit I had hilt a dozen, of. papers bound by a wide rubber mankind. There will be trials.f ea with MBartiaK Bad buntnr lOMe. J
.. .
band. That undoubtedly was lima shawa-toer t ooMtaicz tva frith
ng qttaUties of tobacco those snorted. but patience will .carry the work! _
lent.iw roar kidney or bladder. >
"office what Rigby had been after It .
1 was:sworn in as .an ( i I : !>. wmitl ,
to -' for DM
. Brant from on victory. Askyv.r drum *
the Reporter office :
, of the law-" began Rigbye; occurred to Brant that the bundle I Pilba.ustal..tdi.retiea.ed caecewf any
to \\b* 'l ' forgotten: Even if ytnttlrerkthe; 'aha"t; Crane's presence in Red Rock I ''The averag American in 1947 happy relief and will Mp ta e It mils of ,
; pipe pouch shortly .- F.
tuba flush out pvlieatm wacta from .
, after Sheriff Worth's rihthanman! : 'Wayne. euns:, fed his hold, if.any overJohnfend.Ella. used human food at the rate of ; your blood Get Don's FillSomething *.- .
visit It '
was ) !rIa f .. i
;: .then'that ty. .bioketntjt'yvu: 3,400 calories daily.
pe the faint
:' three hundred;:anil... 1)11Io) i+g te l aoutdltaire- rivetf .
sound through the wall that .> : I. _____ ---. ------- .
, bounds noW'n}
right \ .Xamme 1t. .
separated his .
room from Ralston t' tti
.' Crane's Roc County and.-the'-intrutihetQ: lOutsidei\ # -wd>Tin I f ;
. \ ibr-tt -
-a stealthy shuffle fol. ; ; I
is Ed Worth*He'vpn't 5%e. Iron, ; : :
lowedby the complaining creak '. not: 1l'.top; ana'ln not going to < : .' ;
taking ,liberties ,to1 AiUe .
', of.a floor board. ; {UfiK.iroavjav-'but 1 don't like .',
I "Wouldn't be surprtseai! | I
': : d.f activities
:. ettra-legal nekt door to .
Braat went to the hall ;
as l locked you\ up, and 'it Judgf
,ine; ; quietly he could :
as and stood
out Thorpe- you.BO tiays.l New
gare < uDon't
Q' side Crane's door. Through the do thaL'teamlup".h., ; ; ,* teir your troubles. to f\.f.SWi ;;
'S pine panels the rustling of papers on legitimate business_:legatbusiness. search sympathizes" he'll' .
'. k cam distinctly. Someone-Crane .. If 1 get in trouble]t11 get=a warrant.
For Tired Feet .
':.. or another .person-was in that, tuin, everything.; 'Sulkily Rigby obeyed, pausing -
room.. ? in the. ,doorway to make: sure r.
."t He : turned the door knob t>RANT had 'no intention of f that Brant closed the drawer
j',, slowly Cautiously. The door was *J causing Rigby'a arrest ,To"do without removing any of its BRILLIANT NEW SHOE .
contents. Then when Brant
; it moved inward without So. he reasoned: would heighten : I
e Distance. Bracing himself interest in the disappearance of( shut the door the pudgy one ,
"e Brat flung it wide and, thrust Crane and create a wave of .went.downstairs without word.
hu body into the opening. curiosity and perhaps an official Before shook back'to his Office,
A- man standing at the dresser Investigation that would em* Brant Eric Nordquist .
-",If with hit back to the door whirled. barrass Mac and Increase .Ella's awake. He told the grumblingold
vchokingback: an exclamation. fearsIfe'.tuggested hotel man "1 want you\ to
One of .the dresser' drawers was .... "Maybe we ,can seal! up Crane's rcom I beard I
ogee;,the man's elbow hit against strike- bargain." somebody prowling there a few
,_ its' corner' as his right hand .-"11 haven!t got any money: "' minutes ago but 1 think I scared I. ,
jerked in the direction of his-hip "N s one's talking him before he got.anything. I
y, pocket.". You say you're after Information; Nordquist blinked stupidly
;; "Owr.cried'Peter' Rigby. Rocognizing So rjn L Tell me why you watt .*. lho\was prowling!" vol ) C -
:)t, .Brant he checked the to see' Crane and I'll ,forget: ; Brant skipped; the question. "It I "
sweep of'bit ,hand. Hia colorless found. you in this robm.t.; t i 'i.get: a padlock, hasp and stable ,4/ !. i
"'f eyes were:lnorti e:1.: '"What's the The other fidgeted., "1. iVt\a will you tec*.the,door.soi, } .wjll : I -
v i i1
id j-What. business haveyou personalmatter} ;.---- .tayj.lygfciaT; '!, v ,Ii ; ? y ti .f"
got. here" T -s"on't intend to print"it* ". got, them things 'Andy. Ill ,.
Brant stood against the edge "Just ,he_ same it :im', iny< put -'emon.right a-way. Do yeu
f.thedoor: frame.'his" jaw 4"Is think ft was this .Feller R .
tight thing: 1 can.tell ,.
He>'L-id.."That's one of the quest Crane-a'Jam, rlmwal( or' *--"It mtght'have been. Take care J'
tions.the sheriff-will want to ask financial?" ." i' of the padlock keys. .'';
you: 'We' have law "Nobody"! steal 'em from :
a in these Rigby said with a klnd of hopeless me. w. ;. .
partto cake care of people" who desperation.Tm not saying: You reckon. Crane's got valuables w
break into other peoples rooms." 1 would but I can't, and that's on there?;*.
rYou'don't need, to tell me! the up and up. If(.vou're,not satisfied -' ; "Whatever he has must be .
about 'thelaw.." Rigbys smile call yoor sheriff-only I'm valuable to someone" 1 -1 _
tried ingratiating and defiant -' warning you it'll malt 'trouble : "What,do you think happened >
'at once. "I'm law myself, for a lot of people besides me.:' I to Crane" t{ HAND-LACED -
see?*". He. pulled back the' lapel wouldn't go-to Jail for being here; ,Striding toward the door i .
nt his' coat to show a yellow' cither when the truth came xml." Brant said, "How the devil I I 1-l\ r -
metal badge. Brant recalled the involuntary Should I know!" .* *// .
Entering the room Brant Inspected movement' of Rigby'a hand-: tow 1 "I: bet he's dead," Nordquist J
the shield ,with interestIt ard bis hip. "What if. you went. called after, him. "1 bet somebody
way of bronze and was stamped to jail for carrying a .concealed: 1 he treated dirty caught up with
with the words. "SPECIAL DEPUTY "' him. in the storm. I bet-" I
SHERIFF. WAYNE COUNTY weapon'I. .. : Brant slimmed the door. Even if Foamtnads were:ordinary shoes, 'Ou'd choose _
,...MICHIGAN." In the open: drawer bc&iddFormer :1 (To be continued), ** them for flattering design and smart colors. Butthey're '

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---S: '-'taLSC.Y." -4.- .L fat from ordinary *-Foam treads walk on lid
I Their .sole breathes .,,-jth
patented evuy step.
she is a strong "Old Rock"booster
I-T1c; Weather I Shirley? in the City of Brotherly Come try Fotidrreads -.I )yooll love them! >.

:, Curry Here 'For- all Love her and northern is constantly friends reminding of the "Trade Mark ft**. IJJ -' )

Key\ : ;FORECAST/est arid Vicinity Mostly Two-Week Visit Key many West natural especially'assets'possessed its warmthin by ROSE BOOTERY j i '

: winter months.
partly'",cloudy with slowly .rising I "It b great'to be in this wonderful J Mrs. Parker entrained to Miami .

temperature. : ., this ;afternoon tonight inches. of sunshine, "after' :1 leaving t I, six where she visited frienCN "Tha Only X ay'Shoe fitters in-JTey Wes \ ......
snow. -
and, Friday. Gentle to Thus spoke Mrs. John Parker 1 and relatives fr two days 425 DUVAL. STREET at't LEMING STREET '1 *' .

moderate variable winds.k7orida.Faktttoday i
; ,. increasing. 'day afternoon from Philadelphia& ',Key I West by bus.J_ _' ; .. '"' ,.., r

cloudiness.; tonight _and Friday jj.for Lives a'and,two-wgekwjsit.vcbthtdera friends:: ,f'I'\)i r .'.; ." ,j :';.:.' V-- -- -- .......:. i f .
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'Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good
Slowly rising temperatures. [I .Mrs. Parker, the former MissShirley I BBBBBBBBBVHvaBlBVaBfMaV '
East Gulf of Mexico and', :J Curry daugbtex: Mr;;I STAR: BRANDt ';" i- ;
Jacksonville thru the Florida js;and Mrs. Fremont Curry 1405' flir DRESS ii .
Straits: Gentle to moderate.I Albury street, has been re;! idint?i t :AMERICAN COFFEE .

winds, variableover north por in Philadelphia with her'b'usband": and CUBAN arsaop i L "
tion 'and ,northeasterly over"for the past two years .s 'j i.! -, i=Try A Pound Today- H e
The former Key Wester- re- S

and south Friday.portion. Fair today today, increas-tonight J, -.:-..-.- .- .-.- .- .-.-.- .- .-.-..-.,.--"' ".-..-.......- ..--PIeaM::" -r-r.I.e- ......:.=---.-.-:-.-..-...... ,: Owned and Edna Miller and Mary Cerebella : I

ing: cloudiness tonight and Fri*-J t Dresses fr,
day. SpecialtyShoppe ,- Millinery Accessories

Jacksonville>! to Apalachicola: I LEONA 417 DUVAL
f : STItEET..Oppos Concha Hotel : _
No' small craft or storm warn- .
ings haVe been.issued. ..,-.. I

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,'ReportKey I.: "The Store of, Beautiful. LIngerie" : WhenltsNewandStylishYou
: ,619 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1359 :
West; Fla.;: an. 8, 1948 'I
(Observation, taken at City Office Can Usually .

-. 8-80: A.M, EST) ,." ;0'i1" >>
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Temperature ,,- : "-
Highest .yesterday -._ 69 Find 'It Here : : 4
last night .-._ 63 t' ,. 1
Lowest: '.. -.- 66 1 <

Normal --_,_--- 69. \
PrecipitationTotal A'oir Shorting < t I
last 24 hours .00 ins. r -. .1 :
Total ibis month .02 ins.. .' i
!this inonth -T-.48 insj I. Cruise ,' .. .: '. '. .. .
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Total''Iwy'eaV' -- --- J02 ins.'..,It1at! j II '" If !; .' ; ,}f"\ 'i., i'v.
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Ips. :: J
Depafttir1 this':'year; _-re "" !
Relative Humidity t : : .J Land : r ,, S

at 8:30 A.M. : : S
66% t ; I
( Level) 8:30 A-M. '

30.19 .-1022.4 mbs. ., Wear
Tomorrow's Almanac.Sunrise :

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--.--- 7; a.m. I t O(
: '
Sunset ?- 556 p.m. ,
Moonrise ._ 6:00: &m- : riT
-" u'-
Moonset _u' 4:58: p.m. 'For Your e

"; -TIDES : WinterVacation ; \


(Naval Tomorrow Base) I :. fi Ii ; '' S

(Eastern Standard. Time) I -

9:38: a-m. 3:02: a.m. 4/1-t/ f ,
8:31 pjn. 1:49: p.m. 1 x .

Reference ADDITIONAL Station TIDE: Key DATA West S. if iI .

Time of I Height of CEE OP MIAMI : S
StadoDTke! |Iblgh water ..

Bahia(bridge Honda) --lOmin Onr., 0.0 ft. !f? 1'v a eY r r,, -- .. i : PLAY SUITS{! I 11211 ;! .

No Name Key +2hr.! ,. :3 : .... i .
(east side) .-.20 min t t } ,f- ..' .. ..! ,
and | '. tI! ,
Boca ChicaOhr.. % T' f : .
(Sandy Point) 40mln. ": t_ 'r ) ,_'. ...,.... : i '
2hr. a R Y r d I'
Channel + -
Calde .
(north end) _10 nun +1.411- 2PieceBallerina .. ., : ,
A! Nice Selection of
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(NOTE Minus sigrwcoID'C" : BALLERINA : ---- -

tions to be subtracted. Plus : SKIRTS ...'" ,
sign==corttions to beaddedJ"QMat40,50,60 I Dress : : VISIT OUR SHOP v ; .
: II. \I in Pastel Shades ,
See the New --n :
in :
? Styles in ..:tt. : I
: DelightfulPrints GIBSON GIRL : :Millinerv ,
! -'M ai n, You're Crazy i x. : 'BLOUSES PLAY CLOTHESfor !1 allli ,

P.... _:P TbDIb. are peDDf.t taskniodo.r 7o Tn \.Jj Bads '
t7.rtalwtua'e the
.,. at up"nth l.tre[ e.erti s 11D' ,
tadtat w w1Nr t.. : (As and
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=:.Twx w.7 T.l.l"d wn ai ;;paa We'ferr ": '= Illustrated) MARY OTHER STYLES : Land of Sunshine b. -
d.r. Nn ... -1. .. to CHOOSE FROM tI
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, ', PAGE FOUK712: '.' ::' : THE KEY WEST CITIZE.Nj; :.. -- THURSDAY, ., 1945'

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: i, ';' Fester f \ Unity of Florida Cafcfcif+
Total Morief Spent Here'=: Key .; onT1tP

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'%:Red'Cross ''Is $12.569 :

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;:-. 31 F AIUILIES'RECEIV 1aK,, -
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'" .tI Mrs. Margaret Purman, American Sponsored by City Recreation A tFY

I Ir Red Cross; ,Distaster Work- 1. : Department : J

f: j I.,ef,5 left. 'last night* fort( Shreve- [HIGH' SCHOOL nf
I t : ,. ''I..
r4"M'port,JLa, to assist with the rehabilitation )
(Night Games)
of the victims of the
I It recent tornado that :

,..-.;..(;";." :;'._ ,',; ";:< ,. She has completed her area.workof I TONIGHT-7:00-K. W. Electric Repair ys.I.
- ii rehabilitation with the fami- c.Y.C. 'c.' -
( "' ': 8:00-K. W. TransitysYSoharSchool'
sTa .
,f; = lies who sustained losses in the I : : -.. z > ,

-i : windstorm of November 28,:/ 9:00-Bob's: Sport-r-iSl\: lS.".
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; : 1947. Thirty-sevea families applied ASR-7. l .f-- .. :;"
I.! FRIDAY- ..:.r...,. .
'. for assistance and of I
.:.. ,- this 00-tejgh: Schoc i'-El': ,:irtJt
r... .1
:. ;, : : number, one was not disaster J! -
. ', ., "'.. a vs. Alumna;. lt
.tM.f? "".:;r. ''.-j1G : sufferer and five withdrew their I I t 8: -Naval Ordnqnce vs. r
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; V : applications due to sufficient re-1(t Beachcombers.) .
Ij-M : sources. I i I 900-CYC vs# : PC-618. The'I.
;"iX: Assistance was based"on need I II [I SATURDAY 4 7;:*.
: : I and given only to 'those whose I I! .715-High Schfxil Varsity-;
.y. means'of livelihood was depend-i[ vs. C.YX.lsf- c .
j I I !---* :!t-- i 1 f C a
'f cnt upon their boa< ; ... '.' The\ 31 families" assisted { : t tr tt
: o-', 'i t menu ;Baker Appointed. : : q
# .' ,;',::.;., _, :.' : ': .- :*., .:*'ro cfti.*d.the folloiringf eight ,fa-I

r ,,'. : ; :;; ', ,', b!,;,;;iht:'fMii a tq oft h t'P;Ido4 t i$and 21 9.39 clothing, one tastily in the. LleUt.g!: 'o Jr$:l K- .t.'P':7.. ; ; ,,, : ,- -. "

;J;; ., tth :.!d )#tt! fvtniihmgs in.the i : 'r'couc' '; .,:H. a "" .: ,YiUJ :. :JUUAW ,J I .Wti. '. HAROUKILLE > t.L..u
-- .;o. jimounj:oT$17.23 andt26 families, Harry Lee..ferkr'rtoctey' was. ,, ;jtLp! Eft-,I- Tl ..itAtlQil !;?''A ; .; : >* jfcitxrt:! >HASKW. BEIDGFI"t
f'k '" |u'L :occ4p3tional equipment j in .the:given a permanent; IL. appointment' '- ,, :- ._" ; ''OP'FLORIDA' LETTERilEN ,

: ,._J.ataount: .include3fr.'the of.>( $1 252.53.: This latter I as the ,police! de-{ .- '- .+ ;;-- ,, .'_ ),-:o.r.. ,. :' '. (UF Sp4tsPla to)
i, figure families
: ; .. .- .Z whose-nets! w re destroyed, wn I partmentaccording to -an: tinnouncement j t THE UNIVERSITY OF,FLOtUQjC'S;bk.'tji H >3etinr:'tbisseaSo"n tides in ihe omck.footwork.and

the Marathoq -fire.!.October*,25, by Lee H. GoddarcUfexecutive accurate basket.Shooting, of;,thfc;abf li&iitrie'rterraen? Harold :Haskins. next to last matron,tbe
? '1947. secretary of theCivtl'. .. right'is:from.Key,West, 'BeUen 'b''''roW: ampa..,:Jianul ton/from 'Gainesville, Taenzler.j.: roin..
- Administrative" expenses were Senvce' Board. The appointmentwas .Jacksonville; as:is Atkins i.t Miller; from,,; Petisa ola.* Welch from. Malone, Bridges from "Tampa.

$80.79, with the total amount Ralph* made D. Spalding. by City from Manager: the eli- '; _...:_ ,; .t. id' 1 r f'i .. ",.," .. ; -_ __-------- .

.. spent this operation$$12,569.94:was The sent money to the for giblet? list, He acted on recomm : I Of ; ft1t J' !! '.For many years the strong
ndation of Police. Chief ,Shipments '. rrdm 1
Key West Chapter by the Na-' Joi i;I irs I Jewish labor organizations of
'. tional Red Cross from the Disaster seph? Kemp. The job pays _$225 '0 Palestine has tried to-. organise

Fund to which a part of a month.t Florida Fruit.Continue 1 tote- ace Funds !' Arab workers against the strong
the money which is donated'by I opposition of Arab emplqyers.
Many bitds eat snakes. '!
f. this community each. year is' allocated :,First.,1948;,check carrying a i
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$ ,OOO = payment' to Monroe i
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?.. The} Key 'West Chapter wantsto I | JANE and SHINE
... ; cxpfe s its deep appreciationto JACKSONVILLE. : Fla.. ,Jan..t8 County: from:the state race track I i 1502 BERTHA STREET
(FNS-Shipments) of Florida. 'fund"4was. :received here today
Mr Purman; Jay Alligood oL : i I! SPECIALS FREE!
the Key West BoatYard whQ v. .tables and prbauce contmu--. by;.Circ: tit Court Clerk Ross C. i I '
.. gave freely of his .time tn assist- tu io roll to .northern markets .SawYe. = '. 1I I\t Spray Job with every Great* and
:Oil Chang job. We wlll also
+ t ipg ).iIt:::; Pumian and; C)nt Geise despite holiday problems. :I : Sawyers?SlJrn+ : that payments ; check battery fan Belt) radriator.
(', |t twhogave| of ."h i*!'} ijef in, takingpictures' ,'W Lam L. Wilson, director ofthe ffftra! ,the}> :;race_ track fund usually 1 tires your transmission and rear-

I' :of the work'es. r ,, Florida State Markets said, :amount; 'about $100,000 an.ntiauyr'Tiis I]i end.We have the latest equipment
r---' : ; ; there, was no letup because of sum is divided !Il' 'for checking carburetor, :batteries

I .E" i'-'D'-L"sac" I'I'I ..t1I .the highly perishable nature of? egua1y"';' between the 'Monroe I spark plugs ignition com

po : < f. .t JFJor; >da's produce and because of l'schools.: ana.'., .f the' .', county. Ipnssion Ii and timing in your car
I f 't' \\1 f !! r.0 rt t. e. the': demand for Christmas. and :l!. for perfect running ., DOWTDELAY.PHONE'
r'ti' .1 +AIL e(shed their skins re- j
New Year's dinners I 117ft.HOWIIU
lIt e n' \ I
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...' =......n , .,. =-- 1 Fl from Plant City, the nation -' .'
,_ f-i;; LakeJimJ; s winter berry capital, were' ',& Sun and Storm f
reported; and despite storm and I
>Ia wAL Je ash, 28
4 Epicst
In- fire gladiolus
drown idMlActay 4tJllake Jim; at the Fort Myers : ALL METAL
former farm shipments of the .flowers
Fta-tfirWtdo 21te
aft i t ', AWNINGSWhen
Miss tToseptt&ie Rodn ai of Key ; ete:kept. moving. '. -c. '": -
West. \ '. :.t. > .
.. Funeral_servrcetfcfr? the deceasid WILL YOU'SMILE? _'.* .. OPEN-li'j A Distinctive Awning tn

I is" being held this atternooji in, ', .iJfl(* ,CLOSED-/ '* A Perfect Storm Shutter
of the Fun ral Not So
the Lopez.
G. Leon
Home Rev. pas I'. '" -, ,:GUAHAMTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT +
First MJL (Stone) .
tor.j>f.the Finished
in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors
"You "
Ch'urch- sister makes :
"officiating: Y< V say your up "j.j Monogram or Design
'- Burial will'take place in the jokes Then she's a humorist. ,'' "Simple:io Operate FHA Terms Model on Demonstration

City Cemetery ,. isn't she" '% :; ',liiataIied 614 GREENE ST.
include the widow. .1. "No she works LEE BROS.
f. Survivors k i k A v. J-jane Cotey. airlines ; in a beauty' .f : by PHONE 4-
Mrs. Josephine DeLoach: a son parlor.
stewardess holds lilacs I
Ernest Mathew DeLoach Jr; flown from Holland to Chicagoin I' 1 :::. Phone for FREE Estimate
two daughters Anita and Jose- 26 hours for holidays. Subscribe to The Citizen ," \
phine DeLoach; father:M M. De- -- -----.- -..-- Th-.' ::-:: : < u,___ ___ -_
.. Loach of Auburndale. Fla.; '. '. '>.7!; .
mother. Mrs. W. F. Pierce.
Gainesville Fla.: brother Kayton
DeLoach. also of Gainesville and VEL e new eorgatt-
Elma Bass of .
three sister Mrs. '
Lochloosa Fla Mrs. Jelia Solomon
also of Lochloosa. and Mrs. .
,. Geraldine Brawjes of Osgood. cuts' dishwashing I
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M. -; .
: Mr. DeLoaclr} was a veteran of fsmiWertohanJsVEL!;
World War II. The Honor' Guardof :
Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28.
'-i'. American Legion is-attending the time in half I .
funeral and will also hold
ices at the graveside: : fire a 1icy. : I
sound taps and act as paU-

bearers j- -:;: :;. I- :izcces; ; asswae$ earn

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.: Be Economical ,,4, tt )}' ". w'"nou" sw 19'/

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J ;d -- dishes with this .
1 ) great new Colgate4'alnrolive
Donald and Mary decided to \ WASH
S i.- t: tt : /V",. sudj; then just rinse--and even glaiMnvurA I
asked the
adopt a child and at ... f '
orphanage for a little girl. .. .( i>- )\' .t gleams without wiping! Vel leaves no soap scum or
and MaryWas I!: ::1' \..,}.:-' film to
One was produced ""' Streak 1 polish away.
about to close the bargain o tx -.\; IJ 11 7 '. Pots and pans get clean much q..i..a't'f| because Vel
when Donald tapped her shoulder (t\
j cuts grease faster, more completely than soap. Leaves
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.t Iary:' he whispere4 "let' ,.t t'j f. .I'd,1. no dishpan ring to scrub out! Vel cleans dishes cleaner

hp\o a boy. Hae ye forgotten '\ than soap and saves up to halt your dishwashing' tune! .
.. the lad's cap we found in the _'f There is nothing else like Vel on tht: market!
", train" .'t'? # .

i i ... 'Ji: :Milder_ to Hands ifiart ; !

.1 -SPECIAL made ftr ,
M : :any product I
t", J ,
Service Sale ,

:t Venetian Blinds ," d 9" e .dishes and f fine fabrics!' 71.j 1

.Finished Better Than Newl '
.Completely Renovated i> '
I PAINTED y' Actual skin tests made by an

independent laboratory_
CORDED r name furnished
RE I request-
o prove Vel milder :
TAPED (_ to hands
I Na than any other
Removed andinstalled leading product
.- I SK 1 ,-, made for washing '
,KEY WEST ., dishes *
and fine fabrics! :

120 DuTal Street Phone 1042J! It15 tyyabtf. r yn
hB eSt,t0; ,,. """f -TO is the trod e.nart; ef U.
Jefferson Hotel. Building (3)i, .... .. o c.lptl.P"ntOIiM.'I"

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5.Outstanding Tile has been) considered' so ffhe traveling*-'iiceMboxes"; :
essential in Spanish:"homes:that Church containers'wmcfi'' ,
"to have 'a' house 'without tile" ported ''human bldod/aon t"1
XwingMenTot: has become a proverb expressing --. during the.war-no w.are e '
-poverty. .., ,,..:, /_,'. J td in"'carrying: perishable ; [ :;
.-. -t.:_\i, |;; Deselected. '_- 'l '- "' _, "__. :" : ,-c'' __,,'._'r--' ;;'l1r*''*'*, ; ".,:----- STD. S .: I Ir

JACKSONVILLE, ,, Jan.;,8 : "
(tFNs)SelecUon. -'of, 1efi e ;
I a 'p"
young?nien who, have.':contributed :
I S.11; 'H''Si i
Most''to. the welfare''of the' 1'i : ;.
state'J -g 1947 ,
l ; an annual project >
j o({he Florida jState',Junior = ..> t, ; 1 r : ( 1 :w. 5 'Grocery -
Chambef,..of Commerce, will bemade "
.a group' of the state's : t g
business br politicial', and,professionolj 5 ,",.t-tci_: J fI:<..1 RQERY: 11 SJ oNt STREETS. : TELEPHONE 48 I

oi1Jv.leaders.. it was .announced : .. ,- ./ 3
Thet judges
t McGregor (
Smith,4f<< .:'Miami i Edward Ball ofJacksonville Corner,. oi Camer&ecStreet*** J :yM i Proprietor? JT S. P
: ,. Harold Colee of : ilnedilflrs i f
Jacksonville, Clarence Gay of ; You get.BETTER VALUES ahd.KNOWN BRANQS LOWER PRICES at Smith's-Not Only _
Tallahassee ,, J, Thomas Gurney =SS _This Week-End_ buEery''Dajiof: f the Week._-.Do:ma:.ypur* -""',food shopping here and be convinced: : _=I
' of Orlando& ;Dr. Hamilton Holt of .
of Winter Bartow. _,Park, Walter.. SpessarxL,Hays.Holland of Orlando :SLICED[ ;. l Meat Department Grade AA Medium = S ". : '4' I V
at1ian.Mayo of Talla
hassee,!!'JCErvm Waller of Jacksonville = BREAKFAST .shop at Smith's:for ).it- ,.Meats EGGS I IDOZEN ,
H., L., 'I .
Judge Sebring g I Any Cut Cuban t>r ttpericanStyle: \ : .
(if Tallahassee, John't Pennekamp ,
: =
|r,Gainesville.. I i I65c >
;"" '"1' ;, -. J. HAMB175C; i i;

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'-Lb' 79 -r ; ( 9c: ,i !i
LAMB = & 1
: 69.
1 : -; i""J' WesternTBONE E
:' Poi ; ., 69c LB. I l $70CK-UPlVOW' S '
3 BE1' -; .Lhop?/m: } ? :
I ;;:: fOIl \' > E 4,4, -- -- :
f yf ; ROAST, ", *: 60 1; 't' :rrk'*:Koasfvlb.tj63cINGREDIENTS'; STEAKS 75cFAaORY 7SSORTED

a ,Of. : ALL ', '...-. .FOR, '_SOUSE ,.BABY: ,FOODS 12 Jars 98c I 1
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-I PACKEDfSUGAR.' .. :.., ..,..' ;". 'POUND BAG 48c i I Libby Yellow:\ '':ClingBEACHES. No 216 Can Libby FANCY SLICED; No. 2,Size_ .

.- '(aweaGoodEirl I GIBBS ;: "-.WOODBURY'S AFTER-SHAVE SLICED HALVES or "-. 29c PINEAPPLE . can 32cLibby's I I: i III

i TOMATO\ PASTE."can IQc_ :10TION. 25c SIZE _.__.__.._. 19c 3' y ..,
Libby's ._ No. Size No.:2SiBartlettPEARS.
i, ; ; .. ,-;. '- ,- : I '' I 11:
= JOAN,of ARC Western! Beauty .No. 2.Siu) = "'WOODBURY'S. 45c Kado-ta FIGS 39c
can .. ...,. can
.sweusev I JlEANS. MilYxn:CHILI. 2cansl5tI ) ,' 'SHAMPOO. SIZE ___.._ .. .. 29c I : ,t

:! Crosse &.Blackwell GRAPEFRUIT "* -" '. : coL'dATirs: a_13 1ibI'sFRUIT' :, COCKTAIL< NO.* 35c I IUbbyV .

I JUICE_ 2 No. ':.2. cans. 15c b- .: :?TOOTH PASTE _90c SIZE 39a I i : I !
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FATS is q. <' '._ I; ,. : i V\ 16-Oz. Size No. SizeSli1ed
Del Monte PREPARED No. 2Vi JAR VICKS j '- : | Libby 2K K

I PRUNES HEAVY'SYRUP,j._ 9c' AtYE 35c SIZE u 25clsr'JOSEPH I : BEETS..jar 15c.Custard. PUMPKIN can 19c 'S>

j-==' DEWKIST ?f No.2V4 Size : : .. "f'. :; S //ih! !>1"JT. ; No. 2 .SizeSRMGBfiANS..can Libby' Whole Kcnial No. 2 .Size! I, ,

r j PUMPKIN :.' 'can 15c' '..Mineral! I Oil SIJOQ SIZE_ '491 J J'I 25c Sweet CORN. 23c '
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: r 1 PRUNES. ;,. can i5 \ r t dx.\ .Y27 c I_ Cleanser lOc I y.8' VIENNA !/t's Libby't Medium\ Size ,

.DEL MONTE e '_ ".b.C! CO Large,Sires = SAUSAGE.; .1 2 V cans 35c VEAL LOAFcan! 25c S f

8ea,5martGin'tln. I COFFEE .t tI .,.lb. 46c:' SOAP_ '. .. barrel I i_ Libby's 1 .' Can ] '
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PEAS dCO'.Re'N" 2. .2"5' l lI ,
'GerMIO( 5 cans c ;; I
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Closing Out Price-YOUR CHOICE, .',.J1WbER :


"MONIY I MILK. '. C can 13c. .MILK\ . lean: 19c !I
Libby's FANCY SWEET 12-Or. Size Libby', SWEETPICKLE 22-Oz.. Size %2 '
the Our world-wide government shortage says. i We Carry Mixed PICKLES. 29c CHIPS. 35e' I
Fresh FRUITS. and VEGETABLES jar jar
of fats and oils is Complete,.e lane of ,' ;; !F
still serious. Help ease == U.S. No. 1 'SWEET POTATOES, Ib. lOc ;
:It...and help yourself. LIbby' FANCYTOMATO 11.Oz.. Size Liblij's 9-Oz. Size I
I. No. WhitePotatoes
''Turn,used'fat.In every..and drop get to.of' I E ,..r.P.:! .oool ; 'Yellow NS'2Jb sT 5e' ;; 5 Ibs. 25c I CATSUP bU. 25c MUSTARD . jar lOc I i
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,row TURNING BED fi\1S,IN I FRYER Cucumbers ea". 5c ORANGES. 33c I Libby's TOMATO JUICE 46-02.Can 2Sc ,

= They Are Wonderful Grapefruit .Oranges; :Celery Lettuce Carrots Squash .
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When Shopping With Us.You Are Assured of Quality Meats.
.C Fresh Fruits and Vegetables We Don't Misrepresent Any Grades to Any One
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NOW at dealers. 6 ORANGES 0'a 29c SAUSAGE 65c

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AOg, ,4'. : :' .. : THE KEY WEST"CITIZEN :.... ,',' .. 4 "TiItJp.B. >AY',. JANUARY. .. ... -_ 143t8194DogTagst' > '
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JayttheesToGive ,Woman9** : {Close i Control % !,port by Mrs.' V/lItJ,Ci l' t, II
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Dance For CLASSIFIED b To." i i'l' I r-1'r1'I :PTA Holds First i Attendance awar- We 'er Al.;
Now Ready F.orDistribution :: to Be i, by Mrs. Meador'sclass, Mrs.
Kept By bUfy's class, and Mrf'' CaMov
: ;March. Of Dimes, ,ess:Session I I : ., 1948 Meeting*: way's class. ,

: : 1 *'. :i .4 Iniortnatled for .UMJ "Advertiser ; Navy Oij Movies% 4; Mrs. JUpJey waa winner'df the

The Jayshees will hold al I t |tUTK. runi k&u".... .54. r4n"' "T -mfttiug d :.j The, Hamr ltMil PTA -held door prize t'' -

dance,. Friday January 23rd in] .'.'''CJ\P't:. T1"-i I "aFDA8Dt for el..ItI4d'U'"rU" .Woman's Club,was '. > :its *tJiitF: tr.:*tin ''of the year ,. -
Key West Humane: Society the; Driftwood, for tbe: benefitof : ,. I IBenle i. tBTarlabiy In advance, : tj 8 with a Key Wes\ Naval Base wUl.
.... 'bW rnruUr drerttaem with p. m, ; at a.p. ,
thiS I Ivdtrer G nuin
A.tV.i'tliealbath Tueni January
said today it is time again for I a i: at. ,
the March of Dimes. All f', .. .. I counu may have heir adertl present keep :: '
pro- WIll. lu rt d l a The Citlsen 'at a close control bver all
Key Westers to renew. their dog &sh.n-I incnta charred.PCBLJCA.VIOV. ..... the school The I
fits will be turned over to Ivan I tbe" ret. or So a word for e Sauoders 'viaSt auditorium. r I.
; licenses. The 1948 sertion.. but the minimum char* totthe IIAI.i'4n. pre personnel: l. who enter the NavyLase's
tags are ready '
Baggett director of the Marchof I first .U. worde, ..r Ue *.. SOo.flic To Ineuie publication. rupy jl the meeting, after 'meeting :was opened With the
and will be on sale today, Friday raIejCrbIarbIe* lf.*'I.,k elba In The Citizen& oft before moving picture shows,>in : TONIC
Dimes'campaign.During Anna Tuttle PTA"hymn wasrepeated
treas ,
I mlakiwtm. earc tee o'clock ia the :
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werd. atvraiBic tb 4
<< and Saturday afternoons of the ., '' the future itwas announced to Yearto &Nt...i"..I1ie, ,l4I'4's5.yf
} evenings entertainment the first IS w.rdaI I 1& 4i. jut aUealh.u. the financial report .... i ih Wi.tJ"1Iappy Nw
this week, from 2 to 5 t -
p It'at: $ Wbes 4. IC s'C
Charles Vallet now a I ; eni fashionhow. She .day.jAny.' I All Fun '
t i ., _..Vl..tondGARDNER'S
the Woman's Club on Duval I ; All iisittteg to aes.ias ...., h. folio win r condition: ID .ntI-
street.. Key West resident, '\will act as of .rror j4eflJtb. traHfiekt or eonuact dn. Micro will that,the..turkey prize :. of',,the, Navy personnel Mrs. Robert Dopp. program teal* ea. kelp' ye* "feel.
Boaster of ceremonies,, \ V, t.I"in'law .feiipyneible' I oal/Juf( Ah tint JBrertfoia In ClaaeUIrd A4r ii,,iBK. and to.Msr. McManu I ehairrnan.! Jed /he ,atudiencein **. fcOPoa
"wlfl l .Ai aCtUAl not iri- ultiformand their dependents :;
After tnla week: the tags tJ *, Advcrtlefmr f r WftlX to atnvant of space ucuped Jut ( 81.19
:I be available '. of Louis Eisner, sa.y I L ..f'tue ad*"'rue.i...i .k,.r. me. errcr. oei-fcra. were discussed :and' def ;comical! .ct.-a matic alcitiiij:: ....
at the Key West service in the last war' as:arranger .i-u-i ..illi.I.i .-.. a .. '. .' . -: ''was'mad ; in" pre; -. will have to get pass- ,song. .- : .. -

I t Garden and Lawn Supply; Co, and M. C. of ;showsfor, } the I r4. HELP. WAKTtD. STORES FOR RENT' for the forthcoming an* esissued them by' thejr 'c.mnl&nding f Rev. G: Leon'Weiw was 'introduced ..
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) 914 Fleming'street' and at the Overseas Special Service!;; Before .: t _- or. Wome&'a-Club' Cab- pfficers.I i and gave ----m-:
Key'West Humane Society shelter the war he was.connected ,and Small ; .t I Ail! Navy Rcse.rvists-anp retir-l n interesting talk on "Building
in 1 Colored boy foi greasing store space, centrally .
Poinciana Place wlthR,' K. O. (Radio Keith... r- washing cars. ( ? avarro,,, inc.,JI[ cated,-'next.o. Post Office. .: 4 t' jed .personnel canget passes at j toda'for tomorrow. \ PHARMACY
Two. weeks have- been set as pheum). New York City in opposite bus'statioru. dec30-tf: l.,. Simonton. Jan To WM' ] Recreation office' Submarine f The!! business session followed I, 11U Division St. Cor. Y.rela '
time in which to purchase the charge of: auditions and settingup I ,: 'Base. Only the men of. the Organized -with the -.d4tg.of the minutes Phone. 177 Fn. Delivery

tags.: After Thursday January" of ...hows. Local young ex-serviceman to i L FOR SALE t : Reserve, the ElectronicsWarfare .by Mrs' Elizabeth Sicglctcn.% s e-' 1.__ -- --
22, dogs :without tags will be : Plans are being made for a I leflrn printing' trade.; Apply '. for marriage li. .Company of Key we ---- --

1 gathered, In by the humane floor show ,of local talent Citizen Office., ,j jan3tf i White outside house paint, wijj flied yesterday in will be admitted to the theatre. -
agent and taken to 'the shelter enamel floor enamel $2.75 of,County Judge! Ray I Their!: d dependents are not included i// RECIPES
When" this happens it will cost Waitresses wanted.. Phone 9292 .lon up. Large>electric Lord by .Joseph'N.'Hen- in the''list ; FOR YOUR BEST. DESSERT

owners $Fa day for board. It is Fire, Truck Hits, after_ p.m. jan6-4tx, : $9.75. Doherty& Co., 846 Oh.via and ,Anne 'M. Davis, l The Navy put these rcgula'- USE

also true that"the'time for keeping corner of .Packer. of 925 Whitefiead'street tions into, effect ''in cop ration

'ncla1med animals at the Auto! last Night HELP, WANTED.MALE'I' ,I 1597. : J. Neukirch.. 47, I I with the -Motion,Pict re.Indus'
shelter is three days 'after i I Skarr 26r both of' irv. "

which they are put tip for adoption .. Attention barbers f Have interest :Plumbing supplIes '-; : .- !
or humanely destroyed., : 'Fire engine from Station No. 1, tng 'proposition to offer: rigbt t ttock. Plastic tile, paints I

MIlL. George Mills White. president -: returning rom A fire at- 7:30 person. La Concha: Hotel Berber brushes. Murray's .have: ;no'. we-,', glands. i Property $Sales -
of;:the. Humane' Society, I jk-m. last night struck an autormobUe :Shop.' Apply betweeilbA.M.arid4 ,: : 159 N.W. 61nd Street. 'I I
I ; pro. ;S..n:. McAn- Fla., Phone 7-3421 TOR SALS .' : i
has tecerved comments Owned by Gonzalo Bez- ._ : J
many l drews, Manager-! *' Concha.1 <. Nancy Johnson' transferred toPr.
from,residents of the 'city, 'regarding aniUOy manager of the Palace '
t : JKoteL. ., .n8-3t1, Fredrick' display and & pu'mp; cap acity"t5 i find Mrs._ }\'It' Hamilton" '
the excellent. work of Theatre, which was parked near t r: storage F I I
'IMfsCEt property: near Eaton and Elizabeth _
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'" houxUSVUh1XIt;
r adding machine. :
Mr. Henmng the "humane Fleming rand 'Duval &treeta.aoon : meats .

agent, whose ZIrithzstry" tact;and ; -was..,injured. ... j' '*. '. .ANiou_ .. ....- 0(. ;i;sill'' !1' .cash- register, overhead ,,* ApQly:.lJli* me:Su;, ing'to.streets for $deed iooo, filed: a .=-. 1 :: .. STOP d.'S'nb1 .. ---"'-
a warranty ? al
: Fireman produce, scales. Phfcne :' :. j jan8-3ts: .
kindness'in Owen,.Malone, .
dealing with animals driver\ Hew infatsI; wiaI| :. .terday with: Circuit i Court rd-I
and ,their owners is' outstanding. 'of the fire'truck, said he was white, blue' .Birth,-announce* f\ -8'.coupeV;.excellent; : Ross C. Sawyer. 4Mr. -.' t FOOD

Among others 'Oliver Griswold : forced against Bezanilla's car by meats f ift'cards,*diapers plas 1841 special ,
who' attended., the board meeting "rVflhh.h. swung out jntoFl .'. ti 'pads," all; stees&Polo shirts,; .? sedan. ,Apply Gulf Su of :ArV 2nd .' il4:1".F1: iter.I transferred' Clark Anderson' c
on. Monday evening. Griswold muig street In front of the sizes 1 to 14., Children's.Corner, Service Station, corner -. y \'t. .' janSj-ltx! ;J property on Annette- Key' for ...DP. :: A'.d' 'lIIO...,E
said .:that as president of the 'machine.:' 421 Simon ton' (hear Sears). and William Sts. : : -. 0
: It will take about $100 to .trai ''. 'Rdssv.. : ;$600Mr. .. 9... I
Monroe County Audubon Soci- repair !: .j jan5-8-2tx. e TrailerDivisWnStrer .'and Mfs. Prank O. Weech : !,Abgcla'SJJ.! \ ,
he had received i the fire truck. The front 194DeSoto !., I. .- ,. .,-
ety many reports : J \ couPe. Ex I transferred 'to-1dr-a d'1.Iri. W .: J : tt- 't-'J."

from 'grateful ,citizens who I axle was. /bent and ,the .steering .FOR. RENTDownstairs : condition. Priced very .. .. ". : .jan'l.1ix:fix Davis -. property )iear the .. :Lce:1 : .Jj !, C
expressed their' appreciation of rod. is. out ,of plumb. The front I I sonable., Monroe Motors -' .:. .__..."S 4
Henrpng's work in answerin'gcallS" I fender and the side of Bezanil- :office at. 611 Fleming 'fpctdres, soil and-wa-1 Qounty: Road for $300., -- I r, .2.SI 4
I Shark'River"Fishing Camp, in- :;:
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Street. Apply Citizen Office connecfions/etc. Ap
'which concerned birds; la's :9ar 'were damaged. : '' >
They ,: appreci- Firemen put out a small grassfire I '. .\jun5-Jf: Hot Point electric range FogarVr' iwe corpotTrted, turned over to the -" .
were .
State Of Florida 147 of landon t .. 4
: 2313 Patterson Ave. jan8 } |t acres A
ative. of his_ tact in handling Iaziar of Club Tropics. I : n'5'j 5'j .,' .
APARTMEflTSFO1tiET, ( [r the...mainland, for a nominal:
offenders who '
young were .Westinfchouse electric range. Of. JTBUIC> Iedan.:[sum : :
breaking the. law by capturingor 'FoartfrBirthdctyGirl.: Modern,'spacious, ;furnished vapt t tTwin' condition. $35.00. Phone : ; 'Ajjply F-4; ,'' FtJjTaylorj F t -.. Nancy. E." ', J. Hamwood transferred -, Every'Day You Will Find
scooting birds.. Mr. Griswold beds,-tofabednear, a.n.1 Housing.j ;:':' .Ja *-.r"-. to Allison, S. Perry% 10 :: ,
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expressed grateful for ,For : Scouts Adults. SeasoJ al- 811 United f .of land
l acres on the mainland tow
this cooperation on ,the part "of !4J_ _' .... SU Apt. 4., *:-- .; jan5-Ctx. ; 1935" Dodge$! sedan $200. ,. 2-dcoredatt: ; ,' *"'IE0IU I[t for a:nominal sum,, } ; ( prices for Quality Foods j

the Humane- Sdciety. : ,'dirt-Scouts: ,of Troop 5 will -' Pinder, Phone. 1163-J. -'Applj<'43Q..: ;.: 'J|f *'-,M-c Ki R:: Brown and: others
More and more'dog'o'lo"; ers"are :hold their regular meeting Friday For Rent-:--Two-bedroom ,,'apartt f jan -3t : 4.a. ..,.,..:. '.. .1 't transferred : George: H. Brown -- .:::,at':_ If :
availing themselves' of the men .. Seasonal Available. Jon. .
: afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at [l Lroerty- on Key' ;Largo fbr a '
boarding: facilities at the shelter. the Wesley House. Plans for 15th. Apply419.DivisionSt.rear : ., '1940 Cadillac coupe New lot 'at 1125 '!Packer./,nominalsum.Mr.abdMrsJG.. f I ;' Wing Lee's'Food ,Center ]

Key Westers are; urged .by' the their fourth birthday party will ,downstairs', '.. or jan6-6tx",.. -{, de-rust job. 3- new tires. 45.000 :after f'p.m.-to'" :7 'pm.'r."-' ; Edley trans- .... 4t
Humane Society Jo visit the shel- .' miles 'on engine :' ::- 1" .. Jan8..6tx ferred < Yea. even!! today you cut YOt bills ., ..
,b i.rnde.atth4neeting. Newly.:'thhd1ibvdranq I. lent condition. Call 1529H.S : :_ __to Mr. and ,Mrs. Claude and without stinting :
ter that they mrappreeiale1Kexcellent f ':! : : : *" .t
'care animals receiveat apartment, including Frigidalre,. an7-3t : Baby'/carriage-1 and'4".: LweprOperty': en Key Largo' .Oa quality quantity either! Just 4
mnmmn=ftnuwbMEETINGS! efectnc linens t: '$I&'eo.a.t"P ; .for ,a' nominal,'sum. I t '
stove hot
,; iDCI''i, ycur shopping Wing Lee's
he hands of Mr, .and Mrs. LEE'S ORIENT : .
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Hennlng. .; ; Available January'15th. Seasonable -,1937 pick-up truck. $125. Can T5G4-R.. j .'\ .. 'Food Cenler. Hundreds! of thrifty
I rent4pply11503Sem.: seen at Tonv',, ,Auto Shop, ;- .. 0 Il ftTIlfJ 'RESTAURANT C '.
L......' i nuI mI """" '''''''L;.. inary Street.-1,' :%'r ".""t. ..'....,jan6-.Citx-. !|. 05 Greeny _Sfc= jan7-6t J:0 1 t (o i-fo !t;' lr : ; p f ",.. 'h.... POo1".ftw l>,,0.. m..t.: ._hou>ewJTeshave! W learned. to ..tQIJ.C.. -. "
an4iaiop an. .. cn1m .
Faster Service J JI Ujtttry, Yip l l.vf no';: PEMALF 'o4vn.d aedymevared 1M ; 'r .
by : s -
I Eastern Star Meetiq"tFerni I Completely 'furnished: kipper!1 Store equipment-One refri : ;; PhomT-85S-W.' : : fee'iamily 5UhftdyOiaCbtiyi0t, c

'Chapter i,, Order'fof East- apartment,1" couple'' only,.' no>'f tor display case, one R. C: '. :, "_ :, Ja7ts-, ; COMPU1NTSAre )1 C Tfce>'.ttrniT"A.IbI.l.: 'yet spend less when you do fC"
To Market For i pets; x Apply'Gaiti, 109 Duval cash register and adding ''>: E ILtST
em Stir, will holda: meeting in Street (upstairs) ,' 4Jan6.5t.S,I chine 14 ft k t4 6iWettibJe4;; New' J .. -... ...1tF..,.. ,,_. _all_ yp.ur marketing at Wing Lee's.Here ... J
Scottish Rite temple tomorrow ; \ one vegetable you troubled by dlttreu of :- will find hundreds '
'- you offine f
one. computing scale ( petfeci .condition.) feoai. ftnctional pertodtc.distusbanceL C" ( _TTf.f1 ,
i Florida Fruit Mrs.nightbeginning'Gladys Lockwood at 8 ,o'clock.grandinstructor : HOUSES',FOR.RENT'Spacious :' "_-- 6 Ibs.), one hanging scale ( :; ., -\0 ; ::': f \\1' troox ?teld. Doe,feel this so make nenxm you, tired--suffer I., -LUNCHES.... 'Ur-RUA"& DINNERS: quality foods that are usuaUr C C

;.! Miami who ,was to pacity 20 Ibs), one meat at such tlmAf Then so try LydM B. '.Jo.r ,c. OsltT"'' %oe. hard to get 4
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TAMPA. 'Jan 8 (FNS).-The two.i bedrom. 'home,- six grocery store gliders ; new: tWiP.'H 4 ;attend the meeting has informed beautifully, '.fufnishedt! Large baskets, high-grade 5-footleft-Ond drain. relieve sacb crmptonis. Pinttiams .
Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic :' ,. : shelving baa A kmnd soothing effect on one t We- May We Serve YouThis
the chapter she will not be lot with fruit' --) ath ub.--! 1 ;lava Cater to Parties !
Coast Line.:railroads. have -on tropical trees at 8 ft. units. All eauipmcnt ? Also 01.a..1IIOd pounced reestablishment of fast able! tdbepresent.I..thn ,North Beach; Contact :'owner.' I two weeks ago. See Tom Telephone <78l. 512.,> t PINKHAM'S Weddings and-Banquets i

odvariced service to the larger 1319 Olivia.Sti.Phone) & -'Y. 1 at Reid' Grocery or 1020 Street M ?_. juzi7,3t9: i: I to! Weekend?
Auxiliary Meeting : -
Eastern markets for Florida .., ::" jan'l-4 gia St janS- je" OO.e, : -- Store. Closes at I P.M. Ererr Thursday
Final reading of ,bylaws before y $20: .. _
fruits; and vegetables effective ,* .Pe-I STRANDThEArItE --- -- -" -
Two-bedroom''home'fully furn"ished. WANTED TO EOT Street <: |
with'.loading this :weelu.TWs adoption _will take place at ,Seasonal: only.xApply: I ;- : Not Showing

service affords third a meeting tonight of the AmencinLegioa' : corner Virginia' .':and .Margaret,Single-burner kerosene heater ;l torIoss ale l ,,hit! "CROSSFIRE" CAR.LOS' Market
mor&ng deliveries New Auxiliary in the Le "' Robi.. Young Rcbt..
( York. Sts -- j 3t4 State price. Box X-43, ,f Call,266..L .J 4 << Mitchunt
Philadelphia and Baltimore and lion:-hall..on Stock Island., The .' -tx. .
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fourth morning deliveries at meeting |Js scheduled to begin .FISHING'.LODGE :FOR, ;RENT. 'f T! "RIFF, RAFF"Pat 805' rLEMINCSTREET- PHONE 76We
Boston. .at/9:o'clock., MISCELLANEOUS very, goed-cdiditiozi. O'Brien-Ann* Jeffreys Corner WHliam Street
Trains. on the faster service New, beautiful i fishing; : .lodg/*. 316'Southard.: jan7-4U; Handle ONLY the Best

will go out, daily, except Sundays TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS pecky cypress:--fini h. inside..:Swedish massage --MONROE'TJiEATRE Grade of WESTERN MEAT

,:.The $services has been established (Know America)' ;completely furnished.': Located. $3.00, $5.00, $7.50 Ladies raitetirfC' m'-, Now; Showing BEEF PORK LOINS
each season about this Basil on the.ocean1 at* Cudjod; Key j Fbr. appointment Phone 575. / elation "BOOTS. 'CFDESTIYKen .VEAL Steaks I
.. : O'Connor. American twenty-five utes' from.:-Key{ r operation on" ten or ) Cutlet and Chops
time :
? i Red croSs 'h ad born in Ta ii- West on US.N1.Hs, eec-t| : meters. HQ 129-X' Marnard *ALL INGREDIENTS for SOUSE

I ton. Mass.. 56 years ago. trio lights hot cold running ..'Nationally organized In neW.' condition. Starting Sunday eBteakfast.8ACONBUTTER. .CHEESE ..EGGSNUMiIp'a
: Professor' Emily Greene Badch ,water.: radIo-phonograph,1 I will build modern type operating desk. three t "ALLA EN TROPICO* --
&bnu&ied) ?iom Page.One) !" .Mass, co-wfnher of .swuntnmg".pooL. bottled' i.yf, ,home fully approved ''in *''rY 'beahv: Si' Tito Cuixar -> Chaflan
ploy! j forfthe1 Civil Service 1946 Nobel award for 'peace: stove and ,refrfgeratorfWall:: West at 30 rf to 40r;; less / ahd'tall accesori'. 71 Sara Garcia ;
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rulesa'nd 4eulatiorts.v born' in Boston 81 years ago: also -furrfwh small'>.beatfor conventional cost Example:: $298 *,Iteavmg Tito cant varias canelones e lb.39cf

*'Employee efficiency rating i Peter'Arno'of New York, car fishing., .Will, sleep seven.. bedrom home. fully Mdana.Phone, ." ; 1132.W. Spanish Picture

system., toonist-writer- born there 44 :. Phone,.546,.,or ,667.. .'" "* ; for $3,975. Easy terms: $ j jan7..... .2tx MARGARINE I;
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3. Position classification plan. years agoJudge -': ... janT-tf i per month. We build homes --- -
-Tabulation, of rates of pay. : ; Bennett ,Champ Clark, : .1- :- the "production line" C LONG' GRAIN MAGNOLIA

5. Co-operation with 1 depart !associate.justice Court of Appeal ROOMS .FOR: ..RENT. ,::*, and save you a great deal :. e "
metiC heads. for. the District of Colum- money. Write CCco Kc _' RICE. 2 Ibs. 35cSUGAR MILK\ can 20c
dyil Service board report then :bia.'ex.Missourt'senator., born in Furnished ,rooms, ,$8.25s West Citizen Key West Fla _
summarizes its work and makes Bowling;,Green,. Mo' .' 58 years $7.50- double.. 626 Grinnetl- St ,. Slb.1 EVAPORATED
!!hex 'following 'recommendations ago janfiStxt c
Washers irons, vacuums 3 38cCampbell's
to the city commissioners.A. Dr.. Robert C. Clothier president WANTED'TO JUHT' fans repaired. O'Bnant : cans

.'Position Classification plan. of, Rutgers University N. : 1164M. jan2- g ,
B.: : uniform scale J "' fO Sno'drifil54 VEGETABLE
Adopt a pay born in Philadelphia 63 Two-bedrom house or apartment,

for all positions in the Classification years. 'ago.;. preferably unfurnished.. Permanent Fred Ledford. expert painter: SOUP 2 cans 25c
plan. Dr. Robert C. Clothier. president residents. Write Box decorator. Apply at 728 Un'ted Monarch YELLOW CLING
C; ::Revise chapted "H" of the of Rutgers University N. H.C.B., c/o Citizen. jan6-3tx QUAKER PKG.
city charter. -0' 1.; boin, in Phildelphia 63 years PEACHES 'SST

The report, was signed by ago.Major' Lt.' Comdr. wife baby desire two FOUND .-Oz. GRITS . 17e]
Myrtiand. Gates chairman: babel General ,Patrick J. Hur or three bedroom furnished 28V .CDC;
,house. Permanent Two men's bicycles. Owner ORIOLE Medium SIFTED
) Fleming, Secretary; C. Sam ley milder ex-secretary of war apartment'
B. Curry, member.MiSRSIIALL and onetime Ambassador to Chi. duty, Key West Reason- have same by identifying PEAS. 2
Ext STOC1I.ETNo.. 2V4 'Can cans 39c
na born in Oklahoma; 65 years able lates. Phone' 790 paying for this ad. Apply
ago. t- 361-8 to,4. :Jan8-3tx Simonton. PEA CIIES
TESTIFIES- -. ----------- 29c Today Brand Cream-Style
(Continued From Page One!) Hans Kindler, founder-con -
donet through the secretary of ductor of the National Sym- Lihbn.'SLICED CORN 2 cans 27c

stateV office.Senator'? phony Orchestra. Washington,
Henry Cabot Lodge D. C:; born in Holland, 55 years pRiIuiNc' PINEAPPLE Solid Pack 2 No. 2 CANS

Republican- Massachusetts said, ago. *: \ Our prices ore consistent : 'TOMATOES

before Marshall began to testify IncJ'M .7ta,. 2nd president of with our quality weak on 2.S&; -u. 29c 33c
the Maytag Co. Newton lowh.;' -__ _- .. '
that he has 55 questions''.wishes born ,there, 37 all types of printing Publications Ubby's Bartlett
to;ask witnesses who will ap.pear years ago. Hunt's TOMATO HALVES 2 No. 1 CANS
;before the committee.It Walter S. Carpenter. Jr., presi- sfafionery OffIce
dent of the E.: I. du Pont Sauce 3 17e
is expected that Senator mours & Co.. Wilmington de Del.Ne-. forms invitations advertising / cans Pears 2jtns 45c
Robert O. Taft Republican. others.
born in' Wilkes-Barre Pa.. 60 ,Y'
Ohio;' will explain the Repubi- G\ ---

['ans.' stand on the MarshaU years Willard ago.M. Kiplinger of Washington &titk Ut..L.AU1UJ.. lv Carry U5WS&r Prod ;{ isFRYERS

Plan during the broadcast he ,'D. C.. journalist business I I Press AND JERSEY< 9 ra e ._
will rake tonJght."I. letter writer born in Bellefon-. I The Artman : tart cup, filled with" creamy with. CUT UP .
Cream topped
i tune, Ohio,.57 years ago. ddkJoiosI" : READY
I Greene and-Ana Streets sad decorated- with for the.oa'.u
: &I
Trimmings cut off in the manufacture FRYING PAN
of sponges are u. ed In Despite sharp declines in U.; e.51. ,: wkipped rdUUfUU.em; at home..
..,..;.., sad at I
the United States for the manufacture S.1 deaths' caused by tubertos- I Fancy Fruits and Vegetables
of roofing paper aad is about 50.000 Americans died tlU a. Tfc s.Aii YMm Sore Bfrrmtln .teA: CAUON a.ih
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steam pipe insulation. of'th* disease in 1946. e| pL. IPIOD Deliver MEAT and GROCERY OrdersV



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IFtT JI 1 : 77W,tat tAo sit. and aha. i TODAY:HISTOHY%t!rt tight'wt-. -aU. ,alWlbie in Philip-' 1][abroad- slows' dow.-::TUie dis-. y '.:.
West In !. hole U .left in the ground) I f pines. j,|I charges. \ t 1 V
(Know America)
Wftfiedjatdy filled turn oil I 1943-American planes bomb;"' 1947-President Truman's econOmic -' i !
j li. c. ,ch -- 1815-'Historie. Andrew battle of Jacksen NewOrleansGen. ,Palmero Sicily.j ": fnessage} : to' Congres5f|:
: Days Gone Ijy ivita...agreed l last night in with army of 6,000 volunteerSbackWoodsmen j 1944 Americans in Italy ad-!;[:urges business**. to reduce priI I BTkER'S'V MARKETF
fMgn'SehcJDj, gymnasium that defeats British,vance in bitter cold and deepjsnowdrifts. 1 ces. l''
AS TAKEN FROM FJLES Key:;West Conehs .tutve i iI0 OOQ regulars in second war i j,
OFTHE: CITIZEN OF I I n Xer...Rl JAN 8. 13)1A i that they did last( of peace signed but before the:Germans into..retreating in. "Bel-'among! women having the-r first j ', ..
1II II IIIIIIII 1Jl''V"! '' 11_I,hittTbey bea.t the Andrew news reached America. ,giah Bulge. I child after age 45 is more than .
I Jackson Day dinner-dance I ackfon' Generals Miami by 11"t"2-One.cent postal cards I 1946-President Truman{ tells j five' times that among women FO
Will be given tonight :I by S local";of:.53.:'to_ 12: authorized 1:-Opening by Congress.of famous.Theo j I people the need_ for_troops. 20_to 24 years old.. j : V QUALITY V :
leading Democrats in the t' ? r : : '
: Club t tIi V
dore Tilton vs. Ifenry Ward '
IdiramAr: ?rank ifti Cato:>hd had been i for CornerlaSSlfe
trial1877Gen. :
Deecher 111
AiwreUtifes lit MONROE MARKET ,
; Havana'sevt Nelson .A. Miles Ii N. Knowles, Prop f FREE DELIVERY OLIVIA ST.
Funeral Cervices Mrs.'Uaiof r er ,lave.ks t, teturned yesterday, :I defeats Indian Crazy Horse in the Corner of *' ,
t oq t !s, iteaquhip fotafe 533 William Street ; MIRACLES! Yes, Indeed We have:' Keller; Fowl oi LESS MO EY!'
will) Felton beheld, who tomorrow died yesterday; :.t!"\,r\(;* *-..fJSlW I Montana.191& President Wilson's historic -I SOUTHARD STREET Z: -. "", V V ,t';;JAjcIf"CQOl)'FLAYQH and Cusp. CfJJ.rlfJOllS V Sq.i"C'!
afternoon :
vfitfr the:Rev. J.C, QeVeler.paStor \ vW.tfni1ed': Jartf Jl4r ;,I*WI'* Q. Mar- '14 Points of Peace Addresso I S..I.4 fancy GROCERIES: :,and Choke; Cub o| MEATFOR I II 1 .' "', c : '' _:, -- :-
of the First street gave atle4t.p } Congress. : :
.f ,\\pfficiating. PresbyterignCJmrch ; :\fty'yesterday'in' cele- 1920-The big steel strike er ds. SATISFACTION TRY : ; BACON Tib. 68c '.
braUnf ;"the, third anniversaryef'4taMhirth. 1942-Gen. MacArthur reports I f fI .
The lowest a temperature in B. ) : }, "'oftheir, son, Lewis 1. . aa I
3ey West the last 24 hours. was 1\: STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE I NU1AIDTABU I
6!, the highest, 82. I f dMrs.aughter. .Warren' Sawyer and TRIUMPH : SUGAR CURED HAMS.Ylho'.orShankEnd: :: Ib. 59c
-J. ',Donna, left this COFFEE ,
Tfcomas Kenny ,
morning; for Rock Harbor to vis- -
who is building roads on, Bahia M:theformer's' parents, Mr. and MILL CERTIFIED "A-A" Best LAMBLE.GS
Honda for the Overseas: High- Mrs.,' Dalbert BetheL, I I atAlt GRADE OLEO I k
WaY told the Overseas Commission \ i Ib. 55c
Grocers See Our Week-End Specials oaths Bulletin Board in Our Store' ,
at a meeting last night that today'' The..Citizen says i in an . . "
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he believes oil is under the -
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} ground op that key. He spill "HV I :w ois, aMaw; unto himself Roast Ib. 49c Chops Ib. 59cMkincsato .
] tl at. when he blasted rock,. ,, a ia'usually.. 'aT, nuisance. "
: .- __a- \ .' .;.. ':_--, -others.- '' '
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! ""-'o' 't 'j lb. 29c
You Always 'Do,:fa Her' .:; TRhtev'Xau' Shop a at VICTO'RYI'I \TIFI.iIE.11BREAST:; ER ID. 39c: -'iI t

ARiE'is; !I . lb.65c. !


t- .' Merchandise 1028 Division Street' Phone, 1080, Savings ," a :.i 1 1NE'i
t, I I' NO FAT -.NO LEAN t,


'VW* Handl.'Oalv'Top.
0'' QualUy -Western Nem; V I V POUND
I "A" Western Gorn-Fed
: Monarch NO, 2'/a\ CAN Morton PACKAGE \ ,

HOLD. DOWN(_ .. :Rising.1 .S Food':Prices I PEACHES .3Jc ALT( ., = IeI s or ROUND STEAKS 65c '

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"A t. Jji.'v- ,' .i DOZENI CAPONS -CHICKENS( ,All Fully Guaranteed Fresh and Tender .

EGGS 'T '"' 12-OZ. CAN I .
._. V' \'.* ,. 59C MiLK 37clTAMG I For the Something A Little Dir m-SMOKED LOX HERRING < CAVIAR 1t

b" _" __ -'I'. 1 3 9 41c WHITE FISH ANCHOVIES KNACKWURST and AH Kinds of CHEESE '
Old Fashion} DAISY- yi BtOA'p. SLAP I FRESH POUND-

Cheese IB. 49c .Bacon-otl. 'n>. 44c_ Libby's VIENNA SAUSAGE' 2 Cans 29c BIG SWISS CHEESE 6ge V i: '
CREAMERYButter.. ,. UOJLs':-' >SLICED, Pkg. PREMIER.fiweti S'/a-OZ. CANLibby's 'YQUNG !
1NA ilRNJ''i7: l [ .; AR. T ENDER BEBF _.LIVER. .__ lb.l : r
: ib. .:8k :'Baon1b66cTENDERIZED :_ (' PEAS. 12 C .
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HAMSib.59cWholtJor .LWh rchuckRoast36c . c II .
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: '" .. BABO SUGAR ; COCA-COLA iD I 43C. 1
.,PORK -v>;{ P1tItE.. J I I b"
II \' ,Case .. .. .. .. 89c I
Chops it._ 49c pARDlb_ 36c 2 cans. ..23c 5 lbs..49cV Plus Bottle Deposit SPARE RIBS. Small and Meaty Ib. 49c : ,

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.! ,. _. t"" POUND CANLibby's I SOLID PACKED: No. Z Size CAMPBELL'S One Pouad Cans :
y J : The'' FinestQufiiy: -. --- CORNED BEEF HASH 28c 4 TOMATOES 2 cans 27c Pork & Beans 2 cans 29c ,

f Staple and panqylQilciceriesHoraNYNi V '

: ; ; QA E:zBOTTLE; Grade "A* Western CHUCK POUND SKINLESS: V POUNDROAST NIBLETS 2 cans 35c Tomato Sauce 3 caoY9 cM

: !'i s f lb. Ib.
\ c : e 3c FRANKS 35C M
: 48c
All Grinds

0 CONDENSED2cans39c Lean Meaty SPARE Biisket BEEF POUND -. ...
t:24;: : She
: HEINZ': ,. : :;'0' CAMPBELL'S ,

,1 .\..PEACHES;1'j '. .NO. 2.:. :\IUNAFJSH48' CAN :SOLID''PACK: ',' \4: CAN e!. .RlBS ., Ib. 4gcS lb.. 2'c : Tomato) t --59 p: 3', '. Mmatu! ) r Juice can 27c

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t' A J.2l&j' Yer =;N4 aVt,CANSPOUND BORDEN'S MILK I 3 ALL 3 4c
S/ LT.:5, :: 'SAU, E .':!" : 29c KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE '
----- Libby's FRUIT No. I.Tall Size Premier Fancy-in Heavy Syrup No. 2Va Site
; -_ 3 No.: 2 Vi,Sue:CANS 'la ANUT_ ;, JAR ,...-- I I .
CARROTS 25c t UTfER', ;. .. 25cFREHCH COCKTAIL can 24c PEACHES can 33c

303 Size CAlf.J. '- > / BOTTLE CELERY Z for 2SC I MAGNOLIA MILK I can 19'

Rork& Bearis 5cFh ,DRESSING.) 10c I .... CONDENSED .
Quart Bottle PREMIUM 1- w.

!I Black Crop Beans of POUND 23c LONG RICE: GRAIN,.2 :Ibs.. 38c INDIAN RIVER doz. CLOROX 2 btk 25c J SALTINES! . .lbi7l

I ORANGES . ;. 2 2Cc

/I Complete,,Line'- of =- GOLD FLOUR 5 lb. hag 49c::


: : :Sth'; 95c I CIGARETTES T7
10 Ibs. 47cPAonc SPROUTS .
2 for 29 29c '
Orders Accepted Jor,DeliveryARCHER'S:' u.s. NO..1 WHITE u.s. NO. 1


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f. The Store That SenresYou. ,Bestttt ( FREE DELIVERY:! I' MARKET
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IT'e/irtir remodelled aril enlarged our Super, food_ Market; to maKe, _it. more contenienl for; in our new, modendy-equlinied; Super Food Market tind should be aide to gire yon
our"(lIr.." /irV're rearranged the inurhct acid added new f/iif/friirni vlhe. latest f/"*. better Sf'rrce. And' by efficiency in our oiiervtion, ice shall continue to bring to the
people of Key !West-onr continuously loyal customers .
Your Loyal and Continuous. 1 Patronage i .Made,i It t,' Possible._._. The! BEST QUALITY FOOD at the LOWEST PRICES!!

and We lI nfldy Thank You. :Ior\Yotir- ;: jSnd-- :upporl.-- Do Your Shopping In Our New SUPER Food MarketBe \ -

We Shall Continue to .Merit 1 t Your, .:Wonderful(J Patronage!. Convinced the BROADWAY SERVES YOU BETTER:!
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j... },: "''No. :,2 ) ClLcour. 'lass

TOM Tc>, : .! : 2cans7:: : : ]MEATSUOKDEtfh, M: 9 9 ; 3" cans 3 5c

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.MAlIATMAWELCH'S\ CelloP'aI! ,ur''ea i j .
: ied"A" 1 Mc l. Sams Lg. Size

RICE S V'f Zib.p1. : ._ ROUND STEAK BEEF: : 69 POUN OV AL. TINE : 33c 59c
round; "Size e
.II.&B. .. PQuLE
M IWIV H M WMMM i l l Ml i M i l MMMl BBM i RCA

S\ 'NO..:2 / 'CAN 0 0c

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MARGA.RIN.E,39c TENDER:--YOUNG _. pu. Q '" '

MUELLER'S MACARONI' or ... .. ':" /:'6-Oz. B. I LI" .t 9 9 49c GE'4..caeg16 c HASH CORNED ::... .. can 28c No. 2

-. '"" -. BA"'ON. 65' MEAT\ 2 cans 25e MEAT\ ..3 cans cIIUN'I'S
:h. NABISCO 'f -
i H Ox. CHILI No.2
V, > /':" : CRACKERS PA I Tomato' .SAUCE ooth's FROZEN FOOD.F T........jar 39c_ CON CARNE can 27c

... ', 6-oz.Cans 19r. M.\GNoLl.\ "iU CONDENSED
.28c. ., 'C", Strawberries 49c Perch Fillet 53c MILK 2 cans 39c
JOAN. of ARC FANCY :3U3 'zc
___ : Cauliflower..27c PEACHES..27c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 25c
MONARCH_ -V SI tectl or I1al\t 9 Tall: .". _...... ORANGE or
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PEACH ES. 2 cans 3.9c i COLD MEDAL ll' Ii ua
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KRAFT'S hITL'IIH.'i\' 'I'+LSII '.c PINT. JAR. S _tISLJI-..) CE FLOUR s .. .. 5 Ibs 55MAYONNAISE. C

t .- -. ". ..... POT-ATOE 10 Ibs. 45c PRUNES '. can. 19c
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P.ICKLE L I JOYS 39HEART'S C (:ALli'(1RiNIA GnEI' \:rUIJ I\E"STOr\I': Bottle

DELIGHT t.| yUAIJUICE BOTTLE CARROTS. 9 2 bunches 23c GRAPE J U ICE. l) bil.] 22c


or dill's SOAP7t
Instant COFFEE jar] ,. OLIVE. OIL btL 39c( FLOIUU.ULKCIIEU) : Package 23-Ounce 19c( SIZE BATH 2 Cakes I "r)0!>ci

-__can or jar 59cMOVTS STARLAC' Ib. pkg. e FROSTING P ktr.0 JOe Quarts

No. 2 : DAINTY PAK No. 2 BLEACH/ 2 blls._ 25c,
Apple Sauce 2 cans 31c. CHILI .SAUCE. ..btl.; .25.c. .FLoiiDA. CABBAGlrr LIMA BEANS can 27c.
j ,
: Bull- Regular
OLD GLORY ,, < .
No. 2 CheI-Boy Ardeg3{ With Mdt
Pork & Beans 2 cans\27f' SPAGHETTI.. ,?:S.: J I? : :.LE{ :RIFF ___ NORTHERN 'FARM UNIT I 2 pkgs. 27e j jt
'.' 4' : '...,.. .... ... .._.....h.;.: "'1.-. .PL.AMTAlus fOI. 25c. PE S .'.. .
t PUSS N BOOTS S-Oz. FRENCH'S Cream SaladMUSTARD 6' o az t Large Can
1 CATFOOD 2 cans 19c \ 2:jare lie. -_ -. _.. + ', ... _. 9 fi.B.Bi'BE:," 2 :UZ 29c SANI-FLUSH t 21eItenerrc

Deli ery Non \\ailahle, Furni-.Ii tl !,\' the B.&B. Deli\cr\ Scric


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