The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 21, 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 ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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Leading Elks To I,Naval Ships Rescue i

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alMraal ed Nye. stet. well theY lodges from Foil Pierce to i .a t I Gwmi CuinuiiU: "and !
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.>a lrtitiyIlfewr. past district deputy. *J (A*t Wirephyto Inited; Slate i Mat>lial t Ilk'''. awl !.>.MIMi'rohc < that .M woe toad ...i .

.. w.1all ......... rulers,I 1 William Wall or West Palm I "., ... _. .net rtlMf .
... Ka.\ blew. Lade of. Elks Beach past president of the State PRESIDENT TRUMAN (second from right) watches the unveiling of .a monument to U.:S. Presidents Charles A. Ward 7:. a rctx-nt! .

rm ..... twaht ... Ifc* vWtine I Elks Assoriation.Judgc James X.'Polk.'Andrew Jackson: and Andrew. Johnson at Raleigh. N. C. Tuesday. North arrival ?t Key WEsa.ViIS arrested Of Death) f !:r rtrsi.11Ib.......Ith.1t. .-ps-t.C ,. i.
James Dunn of : + ,
.......... d Itlre ...-nur-ttul\. It M past president of the state Miami.' Carolina claims the three as native sons. Mrs. Margaret Johnson Patterson (center foreground). Monday Oct. 18. by a Deputy I. I l f111' nttttiwd iley. Woes Meet
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..ap..l..4hat 4 t.. .40 < the .ion. t tI great-great granddaughter of President Johnson roinores the Toil from the statue. The image! of United States marshal on a warrant Of Holt I fit Ihw AM ahr ........ ....
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. here/ -..,, will i CluUie Scrnerciiu of Miami Johnson is in foreground at upper left I I issued by a United States 0 j Berard W 4 N ... atitl.s r
tend the
f secretary of the state asrsociaj -! ___- h__ ____ ___ __ commir-Moner at Treviliaru, Va. a- .d .... (1 MM rag aNr..-
; -t-: .... ,j tion. as well as a past president Resumed: Friday ,... They rhs1 W .... .. ..
w M h t..t 0 him with the United -
.JIC pLin.H.4H charging lining
a4 V c-t.. After the J I of the organization. I ...... .r. i .... .city
-IMYM N' .,...'.,.. wMI be con- J Val Cleary of Miami HIGHWAY TOLLS States mail to defrau/i. AatrU. II ..... ctrl tt.4. >fi'the
Probing nf the ditrdr .4 MM -
hlr.4 .. tow Illka lndte in >j past dutrict deputy Ward waived a preliminary a des ....itrgt.wb. .daprls
.. pu f Cullen Tahon Daytona DeaCh.1 and plead guilty before shall Holt' 6e. of MinHam, wtwl* .c: (' c AtMt'1M
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past president of the "inwnJlIIC with fne rlk all M.. i re V--I .d 4k 1115 tlr.ills. .
V stale United States Commissioner C. J r -
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CAN BE LIFTED ... P..t .....
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t a .... rM ertt hdrk I Rodney Gwynn and was bound | Su"t., 1rt. 14., a e..w w
I AAw 1Ir. ............. terewmitx. 'I Former Governor Dave Sh lu.I under bond of ; be teMimc'l a a,4.iel ......... 1r ...... tla t.s .. ..tpxtM
! over to court w r I.. glary ..1teMr..WA
a s.artl.l .ral/li.r wttt he IIKVN aU I who is abu a past grand exalted rr
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..... ..d "...d... UA.'. MI'Ur't-inl' I ruler of the National Lode ..f V $1000.00. ',I cnrener' jury aMtslr etr rei Kay WsNI
.. Prsk tittMev. .eaglet ruler of Elks has been invited to attend. IN 1951 OR 1952 Failing to give bond he was held one Ke*mI < irrual rtrMtel _I I Tttt. aea.ti.rt d Ifir t ra.

tlr left W. Legit.yell .. I J It i* not known whether he con committed to the custody of the I!I i evidence >ndtr...Mtc. <- play war', ( .."_ .M lk Hr r- r.. I.
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...... 'd ... w..n..on initiated Friday consists of E. J. i i i I ilts dehber t..M a* wraw as lit gill a keep i Asti ....
:, Wag Slid the foilow- Krabarher, R. Rubio Jr. B. lI'j 1 J Today BIG FIVE MAY MEET Of Marl\ I!I Eduardo G HMlwt'Jv w rangy w .... ...... _- ..encaseititr.- .
.... writ MfcHv bfwrvrot at the Chappell. J. S. Slacoua. C. 1' : reww..m Ute Xr.I ..- he .b/ Atl.ll r tiih e1a1/. taw

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d WHfaMw of Fort Curry. S. A. Drudge n'T'1: : Crushed YesterdayThe cetennine Mg ttetee }
iasmgl/air. dlrtewl Deputy suet bury J. O. Aiken. O. E.-.CarltM.1S I i TO TRY TO SETTLE :struck dwruM. MM .rut __ .... ..... i tatty
t ...... a... .. ...,wt deputy R. SilbermanW.. IL S mjdt,1 I Spoke To RotariaiiAl I. i party t .... .. .. t.
I fat .... ... ..hilt .Ol'lpr'tloft11.: A. Recto and J. A. Swan. 01 : city U makiag progress in i Ainenq ....... Ur...ed .twa .W. Ma ;

i --- --- -- -- 1 Noon Lunrheon; GERlVlN BITJ1.ION! the crushing of 5.000 tone of rmrl morning wla Sad .14e.. .% e4ta w saeyLLit .. .. F. .!

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lews : I starts in Simonton !hMtcTbfMiratltun >- ...._ .. ..
:and Egyptians Now j :Amendment No. 1 1 I Vi-hiii..Ly Of llu siaAccept 1!t- Monday ..... ........ wiVwaeG .W etttrtt] ...r ..... ," .o. 1
street City Manager Ralph D. ...
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Tells can be renvwetj from the I i! Provisionally! ; Spalding said today. .---- Ay -- .. lye nwr- .ere.atad .

In Full-Scale Fight; Jews l:I Overseas Highway in 3f-2. B. M.I! ; Council To Resume Dewey, Truman marl Yesterday were crushed about 47j at tons DredgersKey of the j i Absentee Voting.I tttnslr. .anal w .. ualreiptR

Duncan manager of the site where the material .
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i! Road and Toll Bridge District I J !Hlo'kade QIIUon; will be needed by the Finley i I .'
For Started -title. r r.ate.
Offer To End Hostilitiesl t"H the numbers nf the TTotarv .....,.... .,..-...... P-... Ready Smith Contracting Company of'I; Today( n Ile Ar.ur err/ eel 4..
Club at their luncheon meeting Dania. which has the repaying of j .
PARIS. Oct. 21.-A proposal 1 five I I h..., .... At a ... P'ii
I. today in SL Paul's Chuich Parish streets. All person<< sib. are amit r ? the Mitts tsala.ctltalad -
Hall. that the Big Five. Unite! States. Home Stretch The five streets are Simonton be out of the ........
l In Air Hrlil1llj ; iuwMy oi .. La 4M f41r,.Satu
) France: DuvaL :White Fleming and VhitC.head '* ; s
Great Britain. Russia i .
'Under the present law i-n" bee X ekitwn day city
J.*H..; 'Ilirriilrn Tu will turn the rout into a "small, per cent of the gasoline tax is and China hold conferences tu< I street.: It is the tint repav- '1 .. UdloU in ...- vfffhiv.Cuuntv d
Dunkirk". IJolli Si>fiik In New York in.a program of any kind "rider-: -
j: allocated to the counties of the try to bring about settlement Jude JUyniiml M lard .. islios. 1alM ettranen "
ittl! l.nptliiu. & l.inr Another announcement frgrri,j stale." raid one I taken by the city in many years. I I There wa a defy tat tl.4tru. IleI aot/ the S -
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Tel Aviv we-s that the Jews willegite i per cent 20 per cent of it is siv-1 j i of the differences in Grmany: Tonic hl, 'ntouh l I biltoU, pr,,,..... Ttts. c.-- r waallnew ... r F ....'

Of f uiiiiinifulion: to discontinue fighting if en to roadand SO per ct-n* titw... '! between Russia and the Western Itr..illcnl1..1':0.. ..; l cntee heUu4u bass until 1 pt.. .... ... r ..,. ......
... .-.w -. the Egyptians also will stop. into the general revenues of the Powers. was adopted 'at a mer'tine : ;: MIAMI KEY WEST ', Oct>be. 39 tr> 4o ao .tight .- ..---. ... 'rtr11a ..
IltatjN. fVt 31. 1'beht.nr1.rtt..1 their activities. counties. 1 m of the United Nations! I loci".,. T Ho U> ItailioHvTIlr BARGE LINE. Inc. I ---- - --- M. ftIIIe M ......
The last few days the Jews That's there t Representative of the Unity fl! .
Jean art EcJPu.n in : i why ar *"' CLYDE MALLORY DECKS -
_...... .htw4.. epee rd up toM have demonstrated that they sides to the constitutiojriJ amendment Slates accepted the plan after it ( \..*rlar. Pm. TELEPHONE 1 I Big Bingo Gameat
111 IeN.tsh. ........t na. Fur have superiority in the air. They l=eivin all the pasolme taxes wragreed hat the considerationof WASHINGTON. Oct. :!!l.-! i\cxl Lear
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M. ....... ht'. a1rplaer' t.... will although an Egyptian Mjuailtii have enough cash on hand to retire resumed tomorrow at a ses ion Dewey are' allet fp- win-iin; ; up! Snn.* 0,,. 21 Friday October 1L I.M PJ4.
.'# o v dronrjcKl cxplr.,,ivi onj 4 two of the regular of the Security Council. CASH PRIZES
rethrmnt -
kwth kideK years their" '
MMMM MI cn- campaign/ next week and
R5elI .... hrJtwtMt ft1et'. Tel Aviv. Correspondent-. in ;{ of bonds of the Over- Deputy Commissar ViFhin-k"!" I 20 Games for . SI.M S_ MKMt
.,'runt. that city were not permitted to ecr Highway district. of Russia said hi* acceptance: was on the eve of election.I De'vey: I
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... UMtik! fiwtiiMl ""thl--ht.'m.. send out news about the extent 1 "We can if the amendment<< provisional. Before he can formally is scheduled: l<> speak in New. I i FOR SALE! FOR SALE* t!I I I
St f the damage done here by th-- does ff all of Indebtedness act he must hear from the York City tonight and list P..-;i-
.. drat Miry i:...."*d tlcrr hrtoj passP" v r. our Good Used Cars
.....) mxniiitf. Tbrr aim Mb. bombing. .:: by 1952. imssiblv bv.I 1!! Kremlin. dent will speak there l hut by ra- i />ALM' CLUll' I B.P.O. ELKS.Frkktv. 5 It 4
tolls'' Delegates from the 'Tni->H! dir from the White How.
1931; J that thereafter the
iiM the P.,. .t.. .tmr nf : so STOCK aLAN
NMMtM ..ii._ StwiuM tmJ w (Continued On Pac:; Six) States proposed today that the Though Dewey 4+n.1 l his leaders 1 TWINS GARAGE i
British and the French dfccontinnc claim that he will have 24 Hour
anCi i Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer Open
1. t Hi Oik ho*\ it was haul that Palace Theater ; I on.-.
the dismantling\ : of plantsin .jy: time winning iiasinc Ih'-ii TELEPHONE t3i
Itw ".N' .vo.nttt (>f CM'4pV the Dally
NOTICE1NOTICE! Germany and sendn2:: the opinion major polls that hnvcbeen i
Allan Lane and Eddv Waller in on oda
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material to their countri- made the last five v/r-ck.-., : -- -----
.. t h.; > : tkmpt tu get away -,Uu.hal; Of Aniarillo"NEWS .Sen. Claude Peoper Will Sen.ieqBARB t 'l+H"It
French delegates protcsic: I the President was r .ra"rl..1 l 'o- I f QCHICKEN
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and SHORTS ; S *?ak Over ABC. Network against: the sugcestion.:: and day still to be confident he will .
1 3'' -4niT; 1 A- ; :. J tttat! they; P'Mntrd out that tlw plants the i Builders Hardware P AMt RIIM AM d5M
be elected.
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French arc dismantling ore "n'- Th.1Sosc/ to him iuolItiutlvstated |
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matrrials.The that cnn .t>e.used to pntwlucevar t l that during. .he has the campaign ben Jtr"jlht'hl't.'red ov t 1t jhTKLiNK LUMliKU 1',\HU and SANDWICHES ALL KINDS* or I 11.1 -.. ..

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BROADWAY STAGE PLAYS i Restaurant Gun or recumniendatinrt.WI.\ .u-rIbv every city wht-- !he h01.,1.4'' ----- --- ._, r
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f rAIIC TWO THE KEY. WEST' !CITIZEN' .. .,-pl l 1I1 t' ., ..


1 Cljt 3Cry J Hirst TitiscnC.M NO TIME TO BRAG t j!In Berman Is 1?li[Australia Cuts "
1 !T D rsumm
.. ..4. usfp listlge .....y. nL !
-, P. 6...... ___ w We have,wandered on a good many. r I Demilitarized ; jl jliBut. Plane Gas Use .
.. rTa.. eII1Me .......a occasions whether not Miami considers _, .1[ j
o.r-.- ... 6_ ......u (i BIRTHDAY
tOtty tD at .......p.r r w/ was ... Key West a part otthe United States. That "- *[ CANBERRA--t. new government -
1 11_ fa..n -
1 wondering has been chiefly in the winter order pegs aviation gas- : By (V) Xewsieaiures'
; I ...... N Ras W..c. 11.rI.* a. -c cSMe aort a '
when the temperature in Key West sometimes BERLIN W Germany::.olipe; consumption by Australian,.- A AA ++ /

] \ ,.....A.aMt.t... .. Tear P7., 6'N..,.YRtaI a5UtS.t. t. was from 10 to 19 degrees wanner I which according so the.Potsdam ,\airlines' to %, OO.OOO gallons a.. EVELYN JOHN' ST. L 0 E
j !I p ... ... .. .t month- The ration was based on :STHACHET. born Oct. 21. 1901.
W t./ .64ftM K at a. is
than it was in Miami when it claimed to be agreement supposed to be ,de-:|]
I .- : &La >sa..r. at t I rooswnptiwi at July I. Primer at GiuldfordV Surrey son of Lon aa
i + -- ...-..1 the "wannest spof in the nation. I militarized, has never stopped' 1 r]Minister Joseph B. Chtfiey said ,rr L---. don's editor of

5t......rne. &TE.a$ Y esterday a story in a Miami paper producing army uniforms But I'I t the restrictions will help to build !F .' the Spectator
: -_.- -- '11M now they are being up. aviation gasoline stocks for de- .
::: :: .:b. C.M pave the highest temperature in that cityas made. for the ,tonne and cims.n+ dLiu.a& .
The- .
/a.' wan.- Lie Russian arm/ rpoaes. restrict eYs Stracuey. t
r..I.. __-_ LII 84 and proceeded to say "it (Miami) German press reports MT that: win bat apply to international air yy biographe
. wan the warmest spot in the nation." It sernrw teurfoies Australia.Saterrite John turned"left'
.. a.. atiu.ei R.TL.rtlae. some of eastern Germany's teg-|i I
I -_ a__ r ............. happened that the highest temperature in get clothing and textile factories,. To The Citizen.LEGAIS ._ Leun at Oxford > ... Ifrasdr
--4 l a
have Ion? bees busy with :' I Ir ,
West the local Weather Red -
J .r+1r1.t .-nea. Key according follower of
IA Ps* .4. .s taraka r..t'U. army orders. The Socialist tmst" I
-- Iae+..t. .ter4.n aall6. / e.. .{a we : Bureau, was 84 also, and that is why we t claims that the big Peek>> and I'r : Jfostey. whom ...
...... Me N 1M r'". a1 1a ..... a a- -- -
... _.a.r.s N ..--... era. wbl.tI inquire if Miami thinks Key West is in the doppenburg firm one el the best I*! b e deserted, ---
j ., r (* w *.riY.4 M. 1 *'a > known in Berlin has been work-j I f .TIMS... rtmrtfr rmrr .rnut when Moslcrii I f: 3
I .. United States. !11- _'- Jtsraeei .. ::
tV QBMM r Jt MVttM 1> .
........ ing for the Red army since 1945 I TIM .TITY .r .a....... '
turned Fascist
au MkjMt *r JiMa1 orM --
I .eoa..s..... 1: Nt wlu ... s+%> ->.-. However at this time ef the year Key at full capacity. Rs doth for these a,.. lt raaurrar.Iw. ... NTRt1R. r..I' Be championed Communism until -! .MeN .....
uniforms is '
Wet should be pleased to Jet Miami be reported to came from'. i.- I1a $-aMlnixre Russia signed up with Hitter y

the "warmest. spot." After a long summer, German mills in Saxony. rTel F'TJOII'P ufi!; entrrrr.m I in World War I>. and since has 1 f ..- ........

residents are hoping fer cooler weather j I IfF.A .14W... pts&w ITrsu proved a patriotic Briton. M.M. ......, P....

MEA4IER I Fact Ls i we would be delighted to have a The)! Weather I T.= R.n/feaea.'ltuew Crifrta.tint..... I
@ 1948 cooling norther to send thermometer |FORECAST] i It Le IMrftt .rdetea tint. ynm ere. ; Horoscope ... ..
j r.taFM to '
I spar.a tit* titk .ay
j jI ,l f'"r LHt I ..... ....
; the
t down 10 or 15 degrees. That type of j I Key West and Vicinity: Fair,, !aMrs eet/tW r o.rn *M the THUHSDAY. OCTOBER' 21-

weather is deadly to the formation of a j weather with frcA to strong j i f:. .Nba,. 1Ne4. sttitlnc -t:1 1949-Sympathetic and somewhat .MeN be
a. '
easterly winds .Eitler rare SIM 1''w
barricane.= As the old saying only today, Might,, Key West CHi._ i. hereby *-** 'I sensational you are liable to
goes :I and Friday. :;:aaee. a. tae ._........ tn wkr i t find frequent changes of fortune "1if "-* ,, ...-...IS Troll KZT: WDTADTOCATED I' one thing-cold 1"eather-knocks out the Florida: Fair thru Friday ti-p thr..eel ftr..r SIo shall tour eoeeestt.hs whlii b.d wee wea 'or employment. Today's native That's Why a Merry Chrl.tmo
hurricane cept partly cloudy with scatt edl L wu- .. generally becomes inured to hard
= BY THE CilUU se3- Warmth and moistureare I 1 roe Hawraaie Ao.i1 ;
'r showers along the southeast''Lrpea. H_ a. a..1 the. ..., .. ttwark, and but little notice will betaken Starts at SCARS I PHONE 1XI
the things on which hurricanes feed. coast I tab CMI tad tau teat .1 'II..
,Vmirt III th. ( K J of what others are doing,
=- L MOT B.tfe and Ap rt>arata. I So give us cool weather now, and let I t' Jacksonville thru the Florida FUrbla. this IStb .day .f Tctot*r, and but little really of what he

:. >Bc* tad Bfcir Parana. Miami brag about her warmth. The time J Straits: Small craft warnings in-i l 1144.ISFALtilRsS' c- !RAtgTL'P. himself is a ccompiishing. There Ii1-,
= .. ... dicatcd from Melbourne.south I J '"-k rtmit Omrt is fair promise ef success: AM CQ
a. Arp rt T r1 and sC. we want the warmth is in the winter and ward thru Key West for fresh to.. aenet f"ltQatJ' FMrtda. -" "

.-: CiJiwiWilnn C d Cocnty. and I we always get it then, that is, in comparison moderately strong 20 to 30 miles I I R! (srunt.. 0.aerk.. :c.tta_,. About 3tOO companies in the
: Cacrrmrmtt7 0t7 Au :toitaa. with other cities in the United States.It !1 per northeast hour northeast winds. Fresh*. ".enI.r--.+"....t United States produce_ : : oiL
or east wends today -- -- --
It is not-unusual at that time of the BOTH-Purl! I\TK\TION MtKKr -
year. and tonight fresh
except to. .
I 'rrLM-'TlO' FOR FI.L
of- I when other cities in Florida have frot, and moderately strong in south pore' IM..H.'......: i !. '
tion. Easterly winds .! IP.Kat lSU ., afcrsrJp4m ..w' .
are shivering, for the temperature in Key Friday, 1% .e"aT THE0r rtJe ...
= MO:>O4R\I1I; moderate in north portmt and ....*v WHA! "8t'TT.
I West to be 15 or more degrees higher than moderate to fresh in south portion *T" TE' .F FlAKIMk. ,

.. J,..,. : in any area on the mainland. Widely, scattered showersin la Ir.oaITp.r. the Bal. of'To Ut
south portion otherwise fair ....\\.R.:: C&rETISf1.: ,,:
=. VhmWi .+u Med S.N m c. S. I The weather has been pleasant in weather. he.vaeed.

....... $1a..t d*%. U'.. trwt you are Key West the last four days! yet we thiiik I East GulfModerate to fresh if' N..W''h'r It limy gi rn foncvrn bat James: L Y yR
few Key jesters would if the northeast to east winds IWVIiam Ha.klno ba. fll.... hi. c Ili
object becoming
veto able mercury I
4MM ., ti* f.rl. Mt final report a* Einr "f rte i
easterly Friday Fair ... I t ;::
tbw dropped a little lower. We don't brag of rawnnro >w *tinft.
aM yeHM'lf' in
tmmnirr _
yww Small emit warnings indicated i ra Mi. thai he ha filed hm peiilioa -
oasttl ., "'Ue.fllt. about warmth at this time of year. 4:00 a JTL, EST. today from Melbourne -i... ..for fl avfrfy final 4incharKe t- lk. ,Honorable and that .
southward thru Key Rat....,. THE ORACLE.U. West for fresh to runty Floruia. w tkfMxth. .. 2 for the Pric. of ONE r
;, pits
too many are after is a job, with day-.f ?* fr.t>*r. 1149 fora.proal ,
strong 20 to 30 miles per. hour, .f same and for finalftuirf du.- .rr \.
good pay, and not much workIt northeast winds.REPORT a. Executor at the off
DOES NOT NEED FRANCO f Fated .. this IJth- a-t ..
day nrtii
I....r. l..&. Ittdtit!lesplt'j doge at 2 te tit pica if I+Ie 1 :.> = '
-- is not "un-American" to disagree: Key West Fla., Oct. 21. 1948 !I{ JAM PS WILLIAM.. HA KIS' : =

.;. ........s A. Parker. *>* *time DemocratreaHmtte with others, regardless of what positions (Observation taken :at City Office:!.l Laureece E.-x-ater &we.Unlttltrean.tLr f the F.ute of RIXALL MILK OF MAGNESIA ..
they 8:30 a.m.. EST) j" o i -. -It Vamal chairman now occupy.CAN Temperatures > jn NTKTROFOL . 2 III He ......
: ........c.s &PM on lMKHe .. joins in the Highest yesterday __ 811;t i*KI.K TMK'E\TM rIRC17T JIUHIAL FOl-KT(7RCC ft.. THE rrF MINERAL- OIL r ",. .. ItI.,.. I

.Illw2'f. to p.r..a4e the United Sates to THE WORLD FEED ITS PEOPLE? Lowest last night 74 I f fMean .OF THE .T. TK *>K FLOHIU. Lubricant (Laxative.
__ __ 78. .\ AM*. rest lIUaUE. 'UI \T%.
t+t>tra. Ml dMMMti rt44tHMM with that I Normal J __ 79,{1> ... rH.'.rEII" w ,swltsuPT.JDF.RIC ilL s,. PINf . ...;. Z far j8C iud ...$

sltr.try. to.lj4wr Brtary aw tan<:e tofU The scientists are beginning to pay renewed Precipitation I I j ,"- LEE DL'TTflX.' : ALCO-REX RUBBING A1COHOI' '-air r. ,

..aih. argued f..ft attention to the theory of Thomas Total lost 24 hours .05 ins. .I I'liilatltr..a. IMV ORCr: for invalids ethletts.' '
Maltha Total this month 5X2 ins.') ELIZABETH BLAIR PrTTH:N. lEG. 4tf PINT . Z ford ''' ...
erb.*,. there has Wn omethln? proclaimed over a century ago Excess this month 1.13 in 1. v-r..adaat. .. A.. "A

r- jf a I dMffrtiaay .prof.f nda in thU cotta_ that the growingpre'UTe qf world population Total this year 45.49 i iSs., [Tf>; 0 ty'ifa4:: OP Blair PIBLICITIOV hpttnn. LADIES' PLASTIC COMBS flat, IW'I.E
I "r Dressing! rattan { 1REG.
.wra1 n..r.-a.. or sure
Mp l v aaaeh m rtefi. m the part of the would demonstrate the inability of Excess this year 12.76 ins.I IReuti.e .I Irgiaia. toe 2 nf tfc

: A.......u O*rernmeirt. The argument adb the earth to nourish its people.Of Humidity.S:30 a..m. i I...You the are Bill her.hv for Dtvnree rvqoircd filed to agaloct appear REXALl pwretejt t

.oltaed ., .. .... that course since Malthas set forthhig 71' jut. IB the styled ....... tD MERCUROCHROMI, 'i y.. .......=
+ Spain is against j; .r before the IU day of rX Antiseptic. a- PN w......

Caii.a Mwl. that in the event of theory, millions of people have lived (Sea Len Barometer}). 8:30 un. i I$i lion. L>-ntalned m. olherwtee therein will the be all JI .tak--ga IlGo I* MAIMUNCI 2 far Zit 1... I.H

tipt1it141. rte will w.. Ui u te the area bekrwa more bountifully than the higher classes 30.05 ins.-1017.6 mbs. i en TMM a...rn and irsr.d.t ttrdereC. at Ktr TVe.-t. REXALL KLENZO TOOTH BRUSH
: _. 2ewe IN
.. ru"... a base. In addition there did in his day. He probably did not foresee Tctnorow'sAlmanac I{I Florida. ibis Cth day of (ttobr! A. Nylon. Choice of 3 styles. ,... .
i n. U4' lEG. 21c . . 2 for JOC
the Sunrise 6:29 I
of tClroait CourtS
development ajn.j
Jb tt. V KM hat Mr military and naval new resources the .. '
l ( .
> Eo Sawyer.Cl
...... "rrlkr Ih* sect 4tjr ef extendingV improvement in agricultural methods and Moonrise 9:19 By:_rk Kathle of Circuit:Vottaire Court_ Multiple puretest vitamins. AB DO CAPS' t4ss. hrMsN

*Sp.ra4kln tfc. Si am: h armed forces." I the tendency' of advanced people to hold Moonset -___ ___ 10-43 : 'mtEnHgae liwaiaaMo.. Depot Jr, ) ."'.rk. I.U star 100REXALL -. . 21OrMf er "" .... iii

3k. F..H.y ways that there ie n't any down their birth jates: within broad limitsof | Attorney for plaintiff. REX-SELTZER TABLETS ,3i ..
ot 7-14-21-:* 114'
...... that tide. Pyreatltll woskd be mo t their standard of living. TIDES Effervescent alkaCzer. 1"1.
(Naval Base I. I' H .1 hi lit
: tar I .. time e i tr We between Russia Nevertheless, the grim prediction of Tomorrow ) I % TilE CIMCtlT'TH JI DICE COUNT'L (8F'IN(11 THKRLKtE T:: AY'S. . ., # ....

a.4 tlnr We.tem wofW." Thw statementrrtct. the population expert: still warns the worid (Eastern Standard Time) ..r. THE !VTITB BP FL RID,. EI K DEODORANT'Sweetens
1\ "\0 FOIL )lU''OE roivrv. 1
t1yl .. Oa the ether hand, therekr that people like animals, can outgrow High Low t l' ("ns rER1. household air htlU'" s.l
( I 1:03: p-m. 6:31 a.m. ('._ ,.. 1I1e. HG. S9< out+as . 2 far OffC
-- M... .. akgMaat tw.M-4 i in the world their resource It all comes back to the I 11:53: pm. 5:23 p.m. JOHN \TE"LEUJ'CE.: JR.. REXALL KLENZO ANTISEPTIC .1 Ia.'" .

_. ..... it *44. ... tM.taalrle. l to this country question whether man, by exercising his +I I ... Plaintiff.XARTHEL ltn'Op.'E Kills contacted germs. .f he ,.-r'-..

ear aa+pMdf 5401. r.-4ljr to help protect intelligence can organize and cooperatein I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I t EnXE\THT; 1.1,4 ELACFDefendant. MC. 69c PINT : . 2 f",1 C ..... _

.- ..1 free a OmflMMMt attack. The Franz action that will save him and his race. I (Reference Station Time: of Key Height West of) r r Ollln 8. ,.C.L...'T'O'I LAVENDER SHAVING CREAM' '", Z hI't-

>.giiB.. "r tila Kbfe4y fan OVer back Certainly, there is great hope for the StationTide J high water I r'TO MMllKklL. HKRNKATHVL<*V:ELACE.H3 Mentholated or brushless./ ,

; wsie In artier human race if the intelligence of l.hia: Honda !, $ Bancroft, EG. 49c CHOICI 2 for 50 C
U aMuttaace. average
vet t9 .
(bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft :late rK.n. CaUfornia. K 1......
lea ..-.. ... with poible recogni- its members: can be raied. This requires No Name Key t You. are .hereby r r I to th Bill of rompJalnt f..rdierc A sedative for -
14.s ear ,he. prtteat S..riat'h Government that men and women face their problems (east endf 2h 20m 'r e In the above styled car fOP .
or before the ::nd day .f :November 57. 4 OUNCES . 2 Sic Me
trsal 1 11ImrthR of diplomatic relations fearlessly, searching earnestly for the Boca Chica A. r>. n. olbtrwi.v thealleKatlolis '
(Sandy Point-Oh) 40m therein will b. take REXALL THEATRICAL COLD CREAM Asiorgif 2 Ift11
.MP .......w not wterlook the fact that Fran- facts and drawing all logical deduction Caldes Channel a. ,ureter, "Qd.Thle Removes make-up quickly.
ruder I to be p"bll..b..J
.,. V1A4.1ntnrM w a dictatorial regime that !stem from what they ascertain. (north endf 2h 10m +1.4 ft i,. OIKM a week for four <..,n.*vtitl/"'e MG. 1.00 POUND 2 far ItOf

.. at t4aad+ < firmly a aliMt. the freedoms The.problems of the earth cannot be cOo 1 j 1[ newspaper week in The publlahed Key W."I in the Citizen f t> ..i.,. REXALL TOOTH PASTE e.t-......i l/IA

/trt. the Kited) State epou ei l. and Gen- met by starry-eyed idealists, caught in a I I NOTE. (-)-: Minus sign: Correctionto !|!" Key U(1E:W..t.ASU: Florida flRDERttt this 2Nttd Cleanses thoroughly. ,... 1'1" 4 ...
-t .I.wr. A. I>. 1<4*_ RE6. toe 1\111 2 far 3tCRUN8KEK
.#.4 Fran ... fog of sentimentalism and be subtracted
not wily Jhe recipient of superstitution, : IS al) ROSS C sAwYER. IH. I:11
:-; .M l 0'.'wm the Nazi and FacUt regimes but but must be faced by practical persons (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to j I Clerk: of the t.VuntT.Circuit Hwruiatty "'ourtUnnfHf MORE TOO NUMEROUS TO AOTUTBC 1Nh2hr
be added. i :
anIl4h4af ea'eIthng. collaborationist.) who are unafraid of the truth. It is all 1 (h-Hour.) i I j I lid. > Anne t', rents LoDC..III.dark! 1 '"

: If Hie IHiMed. HUt) expecU to stand right to believe, with the poet, that God i is (ft)-Feet. I'I I
L 1w rMr p.wploa of the world as a d e- in His ]Heaven and that all is right with the I (m)--Minute. I:l> o<-t.21.28:.....4-11.tO.< L i "
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i : j d.e .f M eftjr and free i institutions, i i'iprwM it world. This is a splendid ideal but it must t ...- I : B *s ..sttrt 111v1l e1

: tM w..M. te avoid efltanjrHnj allian- be backed by the solid work of intelligent r I II Nit le Silt rdiriist. Tkt !Items art SM N.L.tIno/J Ass..4.d Ce1.1.Z.e11 .

r. .. t.. .. wash. any regime like that of General men and women, possessing. faith in the I From.whcre I fit 2 Joe Marsh Ytltts fir Ilk beat Wkilt Sticks list. Strry, 2 p/r d baa Psi stiff e t

--= }VMkr.'.. Certaiit... before committingto I ultimate goodness: of the Creator but understanding e I I Wt taut !halt? Mt sale/ r* tut tlty. pet.stutNg fiiliAYN.IeR

.,....... to the present Spanish! that the work of the world 1---- C.r .N ItrbN.

Alit nfM.M. .. hmld require some ;: must be done by its men and women. I 1.00..20 p.chNi M l47NSAYfiji+

.: 1u.lllibtwl. tl *t fHii N Will recognize and ,, ..:, I'm GladWe'ro I s A fsl. ,sta rti WEDNESDAY sp ..sttrtaj E

.: .... tAe rrffn4. and frredenM which the There are any number of people whoa j! HDift.rentl" -"' Milk Magnesia Tooth Past.. 2 Adri.oo. I.e. P.tv4. sM T 1
I I. : I .of. S9 C Adri.on. Talc. R. 2.00 Ad m i
:: flw+' lsM.ii f+1 i are eoxential 1 to will do great things if they can tlo them i 1 0 v .. .3 larga tubts fir ;

.= ...*..... aatl. free .rid. without exertion. i iI' -tats.lal----tails-tar-Rt11r11a1-rr--
.. t Tkcre't a lot of 4iff.i asu .fopinioa Fro* when I tit,along u we
i in ou co_ty .* tk e ItMt astir beeone intolerant of one ta- Mt '
= Ie 1M ....... aofarthing gHl abut a THE PRICE OF PORK I'' kind of pastor Soar wy alfalfa et er't different Utevo long I prices Iisfecf t Ihit odverrum fif ffcof r r r *te ?4lw *r & *

-:. tl. oar reporter. We'll help spread I mind with br.... 1'ue-etMn M we five together with air diff e Manufacturers sue fed fvo fefoa ftf Cj UTHrfkt -
i ay mixed with **U or 116rie,. Btt en.... .*d ewa gttffUm.-t them I
: .-.. ...... For those!; who arc under the impression
.. all agree that tdxtwft hUff the w.y Vroae TM doe alfalfa

: that Government supports are responsible than a tingle crop. then wVre a mighty food crop! I

Ti e mfcnMer aniMHiHced a I on *l orn for the high prices of fools, includ- I sometime think pe t1.! art A- >fa Mfeatof-emjer lust eider

j .. .Mm. a4. l't'fM"ruvs donation* followed.S ing pork products, we cite these facts: same way-tod the atr.c t& of y.... 1 sale, my leer! Vote fee Gardner's

1 .. if- *4y ho. klhidrd with gratitude to I On September 15th, parity price was America u its, trtiw. of to auT yew.... .-.-HI stand by sties! I Pharmacy
: .. I different ttrains-tome frooi on* Eat etr let tit differeace '
+Me+ 1 of a little Mtttor.a $18.23; per one hundred pounds. The average I'
I \! country: .some from another-right ...w..1!
price received by farmers on that down to little different: tie .

I -l Ia+oler few dozen atomic bombt,1lpprd *. date was '$27.30 per one hundred pounds. folk\ who bare a taste fe"leer sad 'Hf A I I i 1114 DIVISION S1HEKT: C: Mere .,fHI I % :I .NI l T ,

In trategic plactw. would pr Is. Obviously the parity price had nothing ) these who prefer cider. C/"'" I I:

.... a Krt .< peace talk i ifl couutri... where}, to do with the price received by farmers I I Phone 177r f.r.. !)

IJP.-\ he nJ.I for pork. Cf11TT 1 ;';'I'.qa Slaw 8resas Fa rJ u4es IJ.II..y' .

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InUKr.u'JC TTTB I'anneat fyr clarified advertisements .
Chp*.r t 1 SHE looked up at him and tried Til see you at sU then," .he '* tnt'."<"bi'ir |n advance, but
pale simile. "I'm Mr. I| 'A< ..r.'A..nt. under thlt field r.JutAr advertt..h, wit'- iedzer IW"-
t\+ HALT-STORY ,.4dfl ft? tm' sorry said.As foot the small : foul b* lnn'rt.4 In The c'ItIeeh *ti eosnta mar have their ads ettls.the ..
James. But I wish I could they set on rata nf $.' A .word (nt 4Fh In- Mont'. agar ed.atrtiowi .
teUlmd ta ah and while do something to help. What do cement porch the door opened; !, tnt the thlnI.t"** f..# PI'RiU-AiioSi bKtittfHK.w'i.1'
1 A. fllLBLRT REALTOR. you think about tonight. letting out a trickle of radio the riml It wnrdn w !.,*.. U JOc. To. *.cf *'::.,.+n, -eop> ,nu.,
The ml for baarataet''t,5t I* tarnn ii. '* Tn
music. A tall spare man in a offtw fctfore 11
"Ttt.t's l*. ssaeestte d the girt Walter James smiled.rha"s ... _
in the light"Laura : >n>. .*d th a .t",11cllatli for u.'I..1I. In the m-rninit of the urns
Waler Jam** wheeled the ear Ina a big question. Clapp seems too be dressing?_"gown be said.stood i .be first IS words,'.Uc. or pu"l/aU"..
the routine work
handling as
V tar* tad pulled It .p In fl"Ofttet well as bone can." "Good morning. Dad.* she an-

)$h 4fVr A lagged walk ran You sound as if you're holding swered. "Your daughter got in a I All **.h'utl..hllr! iftcrent ... ".melee the rtdtutnt nnl\it'l l.: In the
MM tare tern** building to the back. little trouble tonight"The bat* .( its. lot where another something* tall man held the screen I ...por, 1bl AM fof the rir.r In t'ta..itiei "......\1..1... nod f.
Well. Walter James said his .. .,. .
'door open.Dad l> .pt., .r..w- tAr r.nly th C.''M| kmoUn' off M4 aae eocnpi..d bJ' tb.
.Ml SIMM bttUiiof huddled In.R.lie.iy blue eyes thoughtful 'The thing this is Mr. James. Mr.' part ..f the dverti*ernlItII'Io.r.*. the error wens
aim4 two skeletal
that interests me most in this James father." .Ii.1. rh3r .
(wow. Mid Laura my b raotal
E. lift mess so far is that card they "Your daughter wasn't personally -
found in the Filipino's coat" involved in trouble'Mr. HELP WANTED-MALE I FOR SALE
WMr JMM*. napped art the Bat I thought from what you Gilbert," explained any Walter Jamei. AND FEMALE
foftU "Wfeal'a that big job actottBlr4T said about Shasta Lynn** "She Just happened to be the only 1 3ledroomurnihed
Hlfh. I used to go Walter James interjected softly. witness to odd James hl was peninl.1I"And kind f Moneg'cr for small hotel. Cou-I( home. Puce, ?! ,600, eaky

?... ...,. ia about fivcat. 'Why?- enough to bring me home from pie. Apply P. O. Bex 70$. t term Jfbnson & Johnson
.... .o .* SM wiggled her Silence crept In. "I don't even the police station. hold other pussitiont ucll5-tf I Phone 371 tj.n
ib.S5a Mt toss ar4 the Luna know her the girl said stiffly. "It's pretty late. Laurzv said

Ales Lad El Ctntro and "Whr should 1 dislike her with?" Mr. Gilbert He said the words HELP WANTED-MALE Gray marine engines and amice.C. .
"Answering a question a
disinterestedly almost perfunc- i R. Smith,. Firestone
question isn't politehe said James looked at j jI opposite
S4eJeg to be anylhlnft totil,. Walter i
smiling But.let it pass." He put him Young man with some sales ability l Station, Marathon wtl-lmo
,.. What to there U MY."Yr' hit finger on the door handle and the police work, all to be' exclusive dealer for I Ii I

to btuN-nn for three paused. May I pick you up for night the girl explained with i Baby Butler Feeding Table ih :Ii i White darnel $2.75. .'Outside

A dinner_ __tomorrow night? Six elaborate patience. She added Monroe County Write Baby j white
j paint $2-75 and $3.75
meat Itthe girl said loot'iris o'tlocUlie got out and walked per
"Mr.James is a detective. Gate Guild. P.O. Box 1011.
.M adgM ahe64. -I want to b* around to the curbside door. Walter {I -gallon up. 50-ft !',- garden
MMwtto. but 1 don t know Laura Gilbert was looking at him James The old man regarded"I'd ask T Coral Gables. Fla. for further I I Jrfco $3 A3. Doherty & Co., 84
more closely. 1 1i
with a little frown 6n her fore- Jamesbut you information. cct21-i Olivia. Phone 15D7. oet9-lf
1ftW in, Mr. can understand -
Mt ... sssssoo." It* airtcd.M head. t this hour you-" i -1-. i 1-
.w atewt (*Hmc nMirWdr* You must be way.ahead of me. "Naturally.; said Walter James. FOR SALE OR TRADEIce Eedrocm suite room
-4"101.... .1 'N (Irk are looking I don't think I understand" she "Til.see again." ; I II living suits
you enl rug. dinette set $300.00.
high and tow for hmbarxU. I've "
aiie seen a husband I wanted. Thcre'f no problem to it rm Walter the James deserted drove bo 1t\"trd.stowlydown cream freezing unit and busi-I! Good l>uy. Apply '1716 Wash'ingon

-I+ .,se ..... and stopped .hortMm not being devious. I .just think Once in his apartment he turned I ness. Complete. For sa] t StrecL. oct93txbticgy
"1e rKatd cttrtou ly. "You ,...0 get along. "1 the lock and hung his coat carefully trade. What have ><">u! 619h I I. -

hwiw yeatr INstM dot :yooT" I 'Oh. Tm sure we would,II.she in the closet Then he sat t I Du\al Street MtZLl-'itx !t BbIr play pen, bathmettesnJ
....., James laughed "RetJly, Mid and put her head to one down at the desk and took of his 1 : Teeter: Babe at Sacrifice.
I dtiQL it btuiattt. I'm side "I don't know just hour to
"eras M tie. His fountain scratchedout
MM J"w put this and I don't want to make three names on a piece of |! I Ij i bct20-3tx mh .. Bob New- 10Y feel funny but-aren't I a paPCS. .'
e,saz.. sa edger of The A6t<<-e- litUe adolescent for you?" III Laura Gilbert' j I Furnished apartment.3 rooms and I 14' skiff, newly caulked rr>dpintrl.
... she noting PAP<<-aDcI I Tm thirty-eight." said Walter Shasta Lynn. i! bath. Maid and janitor serve with twin cylinderotlEirwting
*fK .* The Aztec tlwte, a bit James ".nc! eyeD m.r adept mind Ethel LanU.Suddenly i ices, linens end utilities furnish rising reliable Elgin;
HO a V<*T e.eet boy with what ean't lee quite that has to : Summer rates. Coral f'tltbuitrd motor used 12 hoi i
fit harness oa a KM mind. H. ha do<< with itw He opened the door. he crossed bold lines : Hotel Apartments, opposite Post $1l5.:)'). Will take radio pitpayment
09 add UtM rut t.hint ts>e tow she collected her belongings and through the outside names and oct.7-2tx
dawyes. t don't dune* very Ill tell you what 111 let you words. He lit a cigarette and i j : half'prire., $25.00. 14x16 ?arpaulin -
know later. There was the hint puffed a cloud of smoke over the Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. : used cne month:, $1400

A light earn on In the house of a saucy smile on her red lips. one last name. The cloud swirleda I. Utilities furnished. Children Apply 10I-I or IM-D, Poinana -:,-
an fretffW4 ..i. rectangle that llftouaKm Let me pretend to think it OVl'r..n.7. moment and melted away into under 1 year accepted. Apply oc 1-2tx
M.. pm tr .. "It is and HI let you know at the shadows of the 915 Windsor !.:lna. octl-tt
Mid th. firL "You the station tomorrow-to- Shasta Lynn. room
"' ity Igte. police 60c Mex<;ana heat powder. 49c
'-'tear take .t la* day.ATOMIC (T. be co&ttnuAX I' Four apartments available. 411 .I Poor Old C? ig's. 1019 White

-- William Street cct8-23tx Street ocl21-ltx

BOMBERS WILL I IEif'ER TODAY. IN HISTORY ,i ment for corple only. $33.00. Daveno. Couch, maple erm; ma-

(Know *Mnerica) plus water and utilities Phoni: ple-arm platform rocker ma-

1783-To avoid being insultedby mornings 1185-R. ; pie-arm chair, maple'end table
nei21-..6-2-3tx! maple end table with floor
tutkinary soldiers I
SENIOR LEAGUE \ mutinous Rev -
lamp attached maple coffee
Congress moves from Philadelphia : only. Telephone t'''
Apartment for. couple table, book case two highchairs
i to Princeton N. J. 'cbt2I-6U .
maple dinette set maple
llrrtili Now Conti.te 0\1 I 1788-The 14th and last Continental .
dreSerth. mirror, maple -

fit Knl ISaMrrs VX4 And i The Congress U. S. adjourns.frigate Con-1 117S7 : Furnished.spartmCnt. Apply 112 d! chest vf' .drawers: jvorvpainted
Flyers 'Margaret Street, Phone :46-J. : dre-ser with mirror
stitution (Old Ironsides") was oct21-3tx
'Jaw'hlll"nn.I I ,t,826 White Street Apt B,
. .
launched in Boston. _
,\m"pln.. \fjfnmrrting\\ i 1 Elks Club Meet I a79-Ed ;on's first incandescent FOR' RENT-APARTMENTS' i';i", _, oct21-It-

....... u.-w beiJ I 1807-The University of ChiI

IsaR stirM a4 the City Hall with '! In Game Tonight :' cago's Ycrkes ObserTatory, Lake Stutz HnteL 410 Fleming 1939 Fordor Buick. Bargain if

dell sloe ssisw.aera present and 1 Geneva. Wis. opens. Street has an efficiency apt sold this week. 710 Ashe Si.
I Softball games scheduled for 1902-The Samoan controversybetween and several sleeping rooms vas; after; .;30. : oct21-3ix kited spnitators.iii 'j the United States and
tonight are the VX-1 Flyers ver- cant. Low weekly or monthly
mt ... it w-M decided toAlamx : Germany decided in favor of octl-tf '
rates. 33 Ford fordor sedan. Good
the mechanical -
atm the Elks Club and in sec- >'5
hi 1M Bambrrs enter the I Germany by the arbitrator. the and body shape iil-
Jhd game the Veterans and theBob's ,
oatrw with Mjr, I. V.kle< at the .king of Sweden. FOR RENt-COTTAGES around. See at 601 Eaton Si
I i Sport shop will tangle. 1915-Fit radio telephone .j oct2t6txFOR
beb Tb ether Hubs makint the VX-1 Flyers and the Elks Club' over the Atlantic. : .n -

...... tl f. Hw Rid lUiJTs tinier Gene I I w* lighting for first place. : 1917 First Division, A.E F.'I Famished living bath. Navaloffieer's room. SALE-HOUSES
c WHK Omns with
! Elks have not lost a game and enters the trenches in Europe Phone 751-W.;
! Rmstis at the tMefmC wliect. and !I will try to keep their record fcr the first time-World War I.I family. cct o..2tx Waterfront home landscaped lot
wWft with Amttvio Hian. white Flyers and Bill Hen- Food Administra
: I I 1918U. S.
I 50 x 100, furnished two tied
A't[ :ehten them.t4dto I, -*>n will try to break their streaks :: tion's 12 rules for public eating I Furnished cottage. Adults only. : rooms two baths electric:
was betel pI'ft-I t I toe Lewis will pitch for the Elks. :: in effect1S40 '
.. places No S18 Olivia Stre;t. kitchen. Bargain for quick
.. .. M. le Amo VkUet. vice I This gam? will start at 7:30 p.rn. i Churchill appeals toFiar.ce pets.
I -
peMski t. ??sips Aceeietiq snre- 1 Second game will be between I i, not to take up arms : oct20-3tx: sale. Ttrms. Owner. 2313 PPI-

sM, a.d fleet South, trewurer.TW the Veteran an 1 the Bob's Sport : Britain. j : tprson Avenue, opposite Yacht
.4.*... arkatod to play the i FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND Club.
i i Shop. This will be the first time 1942 President Roosevelt': :
SMt M*. won the Red Kaifjft'; Hill C tes played agaihst the first signs biggest tax bill to date -$7 : COTTAGESCottage : oct2-sat-tties-thurs f
MM| AiMmr B* **i.. TMw4W SamO i, half winners end he re out to win I 1

MH M II Ift PJW. and in the:( the first fame for the Vets.It I' billion 19 3-U.S. Eighth Army fights $27.50 weekly Studio FOR SALE-BOATS
$22.50 wekly.: Near
site Amerwan Legi'tn I is expected that Everett Room apartment .
::;: the Appcnpne
Cl.w* will pitch and Castro catch its way beach, electric refrigeratorhot llli-foot boat, built for outboard.

Ti'.ait>t beet *f players to fat for the Bob's Sport Shop and old passes in Italy. for water linens, everything furn : Needs caulking and- painting.
use as ....W
'five a &... J Ca*.. Sf'. JackY1fae.L i I battery for the Vets. : U.N. General Assembly in "strength-pledge 1214 Duval Street. I i. Homciana Phone 106 -W.I .
H tUt.Un.. AJUo AtcnW *- I Russian cooperatibn" oct2l-thurs-sa tues-U I oct19-4tx

.. Oftta t. O. Barber. DdKnufci. ; cuing peace. -

B. S.enfieg. A. Lattre Sports CalendarSENIOR :. relations 1947-Brazil with Russia.and Chile break FOR RENT-HOUSES I FOR SALEMERCHANDISEI

Mid W. TaMea.Rai I --
.......... A Aerrede. Jtt ; SOFTBALL i, I Two-bedroom furnished house. IN-Quilted satin bedroom
Chow J, lhte> Baker. D.U TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS pets. Apply
rdI, i DayvI.w Paxk Nights I Adults only, no ; slippers, fur-trimmed. pink
vam.s tee o. 04.l'ItMltt- I (Know America) 1000 Duval. upstairs. blue and white. $1.93. Sizt.s
..... Aihs>:art Mane.... Fbner. Joe THURSDAY oct18-6tx 1. 2, 3. CHILDREN'S CORNER.
la...... and ..MKS.Claswsu First Game-Eks Club vs. Ted (Edwin M. Shawn dancer ; 421 Simonton (nest to

O. suit A, Mrlntoch.I. VX-1 Flyers. director of the Jacob's Pillow FOR RENT-ROOMS i Sears). oct20-2t
AIN. es.. RM* v
Osbis.e. A ih.n. P. Allen D Shop vs. Veterans of Foreign in Kansas City, Mo.. 57 years ago. I Clean comfortable room. reasonable FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE

mIef TMmFlg1a and Gen'\. Wjrs Lloyd; W. Pogue of Washington, t' rate. 513 hjtehead.. op-
ex-chairman of the Civil Aeronautics -
I posite Court House. oct21-3tx Corner lot Avenue E and 20th
M"br born in Grant,
the A Lr...... Ilenriques. First Game-Naval Hospital Board, lawyer, Street Abstract Taxes paid.
... I vs. Kantor's Men's Shtlp.t Iowa 49 years ago. I '
Pan& tsarcta Anlf't'" II of Des FOR RENT-TRAILERS i Phone. ,. )SO-M. oct21-2ix 1I.....L R.dltsues. JoeTOIMVS t Second Game-Adams Dairy' Jay N. ("Ding") Darling AND ROOMSCompletely7 i

....... ..... ......... v*. Veterans of Foreign Moines, cartoonist, born Norwood, J ARDEN AND LAWN
Wars. Mich., 72 years ago., .
f furnished trailer or i SUPPLIESVegetable
New York
Stanley Walker, .
comfortable sleeping
SKATINGBarritw I newspaperman Lampasas.j (between season rates). Young'? seeds. Variety* chart
.\:!':\ERS.\RIF.s Tex.. 50 years: ages !
1 Park. Night Dr. David D. Henry, president Tourist :Rest. J721 Fla ier. for Southern Florida at the

| .w AawrkatH.v FRIDAY t of Wayne University, Detroit, I' Phone 1172-J. oct21tf Key West Garden and L wn

flit- ,.,. Srt note-ct' 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.TENNIS born in McKeesport, Pa. 43 years :, Supply Co., 914 Fleming St.
..ytais .* the torn viHitnbkMt ton ; I ago : FOR RENTHOtEl: ROQMS t TeL 1019. oct9-cf
iii' Nut I. "".u...... inventor i Rev. prncet F. Tittle of ET3iica a :

alias' wham ftfit.T port La., was J3ariew Pa..Jc. AfteraooO* I I ton, Ill, noted MethodiSt clergyman ; Overseas Hotel low, rates.: Coffee. i ',. .%'??,STORAGE
bnra in Bwtingbm C'Un.1 t and Nights ', born in Springfield, Ohio; 63 : Shop bar' oct2-26t I

I. Died in St Louis Daily play. I years ego. I II lied Crick"Storage Co. Furnitureof
4 lei. 1 1WANTEli WANTED torttmercial. Phone 708.l .

.... r. SwHh. Boa.cWfyntan. .I c1IUI-'FLEBOAkD I I t6 RENT ; I .: .'. .. ... octl-tf
hymn 1 (B TTiew Part) Someone wishing to donate .a'

wiWee, sish.r '"C -My Country Daily: play.SF.NIOf 'I WANTED Tb RENT n __ w tag! piano to P ost.3911. Veterans ftf! HELP WANTED FEMALE

T.. .. 'liter tn IBSJ born in Furnished house br apartment I Foreign Wars .please cutitaptTony :

bsbe Died Nov. 18. 1895. I I,I BASEBALL for Navy man and family. Arthur Phone .419. : Cocktail' waitress wanted. Good .

NIIJ.-J.t*.. Addams Bc-aVer' Municipal Stadium. Aflernojn Phone 9166. Ask for trauth. oct20-3t: pay. Rood tips good hours. Apply

W....i .......... shot through body I To be announced. ott20-3tx I' i I in person .at Weaver's.
stud hslleg becoming AfternoonTo << WE NEED 'A .SECOND HAND!: Stock Island. oct203tTwo
a Irf. yet Army Barracks i i '
aided .....f..irt*. p.., jurist and:, be annbunced.I WANTED-SALESMEN PIANO fbr rout club house 1
*.. state, born tft 1j j What have your Licjns Club : waitresses end barmaid
;rbnsnly. I'a. Died Jah. 3l.I emptied the number of childrenin Man or woman wanted-for, call Nevy Armayor. Phone 20oc203t.i i i Apply Palm Club, Stock I

;' the country's poor-homes. Rawleigh business in City of i I I I land. Call in person.oct21

t" -Cha -l A. St phf' \l.1 born in Hudson Mich. Died Key West No experience needed ;t 't -' wrHer of his Dec. 18, 1912. to start Full or part time.: 500 Kev West families to invite i Jii -

ba.jtsrenele'.rw.y. Maine.Srpt .: 1855--Howard Hyde Russell, Sales easy to make and profits 1 i & sailor home to.Jinngr next I II -KESCELLANEOT73Washers

bled digs 25. |'3I.i Ohio Congregational clergyman large. Start ihimediaJely. Write i I Sunday. Call Chamber of
Itts.w3 Car tun. poet and founder of the AntiSaloonJ.:1jut" Rawleigh's. Dept FAJ-660-190, I Commerce. 539, before Saturday -:: irons vacuums and

.ttt.L vim t>yff' the mils toPiMrikMiM" born in SHHwater, Minn. Memphis Tenn. !I and make arrangements. 1 I fans rep lrcd. OTTrlant

d.. considerablyaraw I Died June 30, 1946. octll-13-14-18-2021xi9mmBa9onaa_ oct21-lt,I 1164-M. oct 1-11


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SOCIETY NEWSBy For Hallowe'en ):Elect rife

JESSIE GIBSON, Coslntnc Hall New Officer ,

Ph' The Citizen Office-51Rasidance i A party was held at the Armed The Youn Wi ..... Atwlltaey > '
ones: u
.-262-R 4 I Services YMCA last J ; dec- and the Woman )Mlt..bssbrsY .. '

.cnnntnutnantunulnvutnnuuumuntmmnuttuntgtunmm IIIIIIIMlUlmIDlUIIUIIDIIIIZ1IImUW1IU orate the club for the "Grind i acty of tlie Tint Dq.tint l.7..letlt,. Mrolr Ifp.rltlw
I Costume Ball" to be given Thurs- .
Navy Wives Club No. 88 Will Install day, October 28. held a prayer af.ds+lyrwo waai.

j A number of Service personnel ing Thursday, October It M ..

New Officers Sunday ,Evening ',together with G.s.O. junior hostesses home of Mr. and Mr*. Wtt
.' : planned a very attractive Knowle. GnaaattMr slut f

Chaplain O E. Sporrer To Officiate : Hallowe'en scheme. The club! *. Her** H.aaeah a+tilp..rtb
seemed to jump with activity the ity nusnaj cha.nsatl

Navy Wives Club No. 88 held member of the Navy, Coast Guard j i|I entire' evening. Suggestions were! the program JII&
at1 1'or ,given by several. of the service an* "If I Haft W:<
its weekly meeting yesterday ; Marine Corps eligible to membership Y1t
men which added a great deal to Soul Today aR 2:00 pm. at N.C.C.S. en Duval I in the club. Mrs. Pierce the decorating plan. reed__ on lire

street. I;i I was formerly an honorary. Miss Doreen Cruz desk aid of phone f

The installation ceremonies!, her of the club. mem-I i the YMCA had made three baches At the rkae ot fewYWJV meesnl.,.tlw t.n NNsf
for the ear's newly i|I The club is entering a ,
coming >
of fudge which the sailors ate held: a ........ r-fl. yin
elected officers arc to be held this I i i the Navy Day parade, and,
I with I delight. When the decorating the hone ef Mrs. t.WM7.
Sunday, October 24, 1948i i! the fact that Navy Day October I :
coming was completed the Mrs. Sara Willard. new eatlwr j ..... .. i
in of the South ,27, 1948 falls on Wednesday, the ,
the banquet room
I j j !drank coffee and rested. was ".tlC IIIeId. The Milawiwg .. -
Beach Restaurant at the end of club's regular meeting day, its
etc led tar t re.Maw
cers were Mat
I 1 i Service men attending included SfHfIM li'
Simonton street. The installation meeting is to be held on Thursday ...,+
year Prcaidmt. Naajrr raIrfteH.
: From Boca Chica Air Base
will be preceded by a dinner at October 28, 1948 instead. But J E. Wagner A. N.; D. R. Frizzel, I vice president Pvecjr CaMuM. ... A -. ..... ..
7:30 p m for members their husbands ,. the club members plan to meet on .......
A. A. Bob Lacht S. 1st. I retary aurer, ....1 .. -
? fdwd tsii.M*t 'a S eCi
and this is also Wednesday at 10;00 a.m.
guests, as
1 From Fleet Sonar School: Ron- French: pruffram m........ ..
an anniversary dinner. The club' at the'club to decorate their float Rose ,.... Call b-it C
received it's charter to the Na- ': to enter it into the parade at 2:30: ald Sullivan;S.-A.; Gerry Benson Betty Archer K. Fatrfwld cucimnajity. tutu's-. per. hr Jrt1w w-.. I.

tional Navy Wives Clubs of America p.m. Besides Jhe Navy Wives I S.Off N.. Harry the U.s.S.DuBay.Malloy S. N. Ronald A social hour waa ..*. ...... I- llfia-tl.d p1) ...tlhp

Inc., just a year ago this :;|, float, one of the newly-elected Pope F. A.; J. A Fartoin S. A. lag this ........... Cwafs ., Mw tsar
month, consquently this will be a officers of the club Mrs. Kathleen I
Development Station Wm. L group for the evmMkj v... l rand
double celebration for the c'ub I[Abenante-parliamentarian elect, : Mrs. I' .i Tin KAm
FaMM 81A.Leona
I''I Ritter, ET 3/c Charles Tracy lily,
!I Goat as.
The banquet table will be dec- will be on another avy F. A. *' Collins and M,s. o-w
orated with the club colors of blue !i l[which makes a double participation -; From the Naval KIUnk.1 Smith. a l.adi..a) a.albarw
and gold with the floral decorations [ for the club. The Navy Wives U.S. ws Alsd pwflafr'drab.

carried out in the same col- !f! Club won in the labor L.Smith, S. N.';S Bob N*Reece Johnnie S. .. Dr. W.1haa 8. c.- .. Ba- .. 4 t11sf11M rI ALI

ors The blue and gold motif will Day Parade with their float. YNSN.Sendaya Desco Yard, noted peols.r.r ar -..! *.iv rr O

also be carried out in other dee- Members attending yesterday's Junior Hostesses included born in C..... WIk 3iass. 11
attending l
(orations for the banquet room. meeting were the Mesdames years aCUoCARD > :s M, ad P, U
: Joy Knight, Lola Schal-
Kathleen lona
The decorating committee Is to Abenante Aiken.
meet Sunday.afternoon to do the Teresa Braxton Helen Chervva, leur. Oneida Ramos Cookie Roberts or THANKS A atalrl a1r..frt ..
Doreen Vivian
decorating for the night's banquet Olive Curt, Jacqueline Hillier Cruz Garcia. ....a ... r Vat.

1 Jeanne Reynolds, Frances Schim- To our many tr seal, wuss rnwt f......' .'... ....i'Itali .
Chaplain O. E. Sporrer will be I meyer, Marjorie Shordt and Vera j' Social Agencies fail to rxpreaa HUT aaw.w ...... Ust+w .....,. --...... .
installation officer at the candlelight Wood. A new prospective mem- Ciation and hNnWI ....... Ire ......... I. I
ceremony again, as he has ber was also in attendance Mrs Council Has First their many art .. .........
officiated at the club's two precious Esther<< Cain. Mrs. Cain has also I cards of ayMpej... ...........
installation ceremonies.The been invited to attend the instal- floral offertMf* Md des .. "OHa{' ,5llirHtwTt
ilub's guests, will be Mrs. lation dinner 'on Sunday night, I II Meeting FridayThe I cars during lice ....... Mid d.asli C

Eileen Coughlin, Executive Seerotary and she a planning on becoming 1 1a first monthly luncheon f' of our beloved ...... ....... MiA YN're.i. mai
to N.C.C.S., who is also the I regular member. of the club. ) the Council of Social Agencieswill Especially do w* wane In clash ,

duo's honorary member, and Lt. After she has attended three be held at Duffy's Tavern, Dr. 1L K. MMTC and Dr fctwaroo
Joseph Kervun. Recreational Of.I 1 I meetings, she will be voted on, Friday, October 22nd. at 12:15. I' Gonialai
ficer at the U. S Naval Base. and if accepted she will" becomea PLUS AHCHKJI
Miss Marguerite Potts Directorof
Officers be installed the full.Hedged member of the
to are American Red Cross Disaster 9 i W. AHCMKJI .
Mesdames Vera C. Wood, president N.W.C.A. Relief who heads the committee and FAbltt'L ... : -........
Jeanne Next week's meeting, which is .::
: Re'Iloldscepres- i which came to Ky West following oct21-1t -
ident: Frances Schimmeyer, cor- being postponed from Wednesday, t
!the September 22nd Hurricanewill --- -
responding and recording secre- due to event mentioned before, fI i be guest speaker. T- Rtlftrf
tary: Helen Cherwa treasurer I 1 I will be held on Thursday October i QUICK RELIEF FROM

Kathleen Abcnante parliamentarian. 23, 1948 at 12 noon in N. C.j I I'........... DtftrM*,,&...>ra"n ;
After these new officers are C. S, as tLU will be the club's }j Rabbi And Mrs. STOMACH ULCERS Bronchitis M
installed, the president: will give monthly luncheon meeting. Sine j
the obligation pledge to the fol- it is Navy Week the club is to Schwartz Arc DUKIO EXCESS ACID t r...., .... ........"..-.--. ,
lowing members Mesdames Jac- have a speaker, who will be a F,..a..Ia I....,It.fs.Tres..ttftrtMast .. .... '.... fm .1)r _.' J"
queline Hillier, lona Aiken. Mary Navy man. and will speak on a Grandparents Mila ar It WM Cast>..M*.tatGARDNER'S ..' I... ...._ .__, ",.' __ I t
-, psi.end s., -" ...... f
Ellen ; '
McMullins, Teresa Braxton subject the theme of which will ( ''' 'Ioe"" a-
. .. ..... ,_ -r., L.-4
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham I Tu.n.": .a. I' .r f
Genevieve Ewing and Mizpah be Navy Harold R. Laub cher.
J .
'P' "fi.''r. r M. s. -...." I..i.-
Pierce, who has recently becomea manager of the Chamber of Schwartz received news this .--.."' ... -- ....- ... ....t ... -. ....
I .... .. .4 t
full-fledged member of the club Commerce, is to Rive the club I morning that they are grandparents p- .. -.w tfti..N t i..w r.\ .. ... .
aa...., .....t..... --' ...... .
due to the revision of the National president, Mrs. Vera Wood, thespeaker's of a boy their seventh I d.ra ..t ... -.. .... ; .h.
B laws of the NWCA taiclimakes .i. grnadchild A.a f. -..... ......... .-" ,oY I "
> name annoWicthed.e week, *rhe.liaby4as moriUing .._.tcrffKs.__- ....... Tl !
the wife of any JnatliveCaptain : when it will be 'I bunt'this Jii /
t ,to their son-in-law and daughter -
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; ;;C.-C. Adell9 l11( YOA.c il. Adailis'To Now Brunswick N. J_ and MMV f'

ed seven and a half

I Officially Open Girl Scout Cookie Alice RussellE1iligel WCigh-1 4it

Campaign With Ceremonies Tomorrow ;: I

The Girl Scout cookie campaign orders for cookies through Friday, t
will be officially opened tomor- i October 29. The cookies will" be j ,, :
row at 3:30 p.m. by Captain C. C. delivered and sold during Nation I|\ Oscar Fraga. Jr.

AdelL the commander U. S. Na- al Girl Scout Week October 311 i 1 ''
val Base, and Mayor A. Maitlard I through November 6. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell > F MEWS

Adams, in a short ceremony in the' Cookies w ill be sold throughout j.i 52o; Pctronia street, announce the i ,

administration building of the Natal ; the city and at the local engagement of their daughter],
Station. schools under supervision of Girl i Alice Carballo, to Oscar Fratfa. I STOMACH AILMENTS, WIAK 'ONIYS !
Adell and Adams Scout ;Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs Oscar .
Capt. Major; leaders and committee RHEUMATIC PAINS ARTHRITIS HtulHT*
will place the first orders for members. j.Fraga, HOj Watson trctt sad urk *nr'*.- '. ', r < t
cookies with the Key West Girl Orders for cookies may be The date of the redding will : I.s. ties ell V.-* r, t._. ,b_"'-I. -
Scouts. phoned in to committee membersat be annouVi'X'd later i Drugless Health Rod What Tfcy SffeMMMJ

The scouts will continue taking 353 W, 890-M &.".-Wand 502-M. I KCOAKblX ., kw haft ,..
_. Heard is..M.a silent, sad ... ......
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I Baptist Woimuis Missionary Society I I National Director aminrrtU try Ok.U-MIM.lRL&M. C./sad.IM ..aMet.1 t ..

Had First 194?-'49 Meeting Monday > Edgar Dav one of the three C.riltit a..l M1\LCI.e..fe.of... )se Wlegit. ...

i Florida directors in the National'Jay rartk N.I... .........
The Woman's Missionary Society -i _,__ -H i iI s OrganIzation spoke to) C.ats..s Ali ekM.l. Sit.p........
of the First Baptist Chu'ch i I I I the Jaycees last night: about the UVM. NO ad. Ml kArWal dirs.

held its first program and business :,: sunbeam leader: Henry Jcn s, 'i Fall Convention to be held in Tallahassee ,' NO dip... ONLY- t* MIT>...fc?..W4. .1C.etai. _..rr-nj......:
meeting of the 1948-*49 j ear i i: royal ambassador'' boys; Mrs. .' November 13 and 14, L... ffid..i, a..1 hhMie ..wady 1.,
Monday. October 3, in the church 'i I i Sara Willard, young Oman's j i and urged all to attend. raw....... &11..,...... aM.., sad
Mrs Edna Albury new !1! auxilial')'. Mr3.O'rancis Sands; Mr. Day. accompanied his t a.aA silas.ats /Pgbsv "'"
I l by 1 b. garde si p./... -I
presided. preSident'l sunbeam baby .visitor. [[ wife, is in Key West on business FOR THUI a.%\U. a* pain r
Program Chairman I Community mission assign- I I for the Licensed Beverage In lea- ...... IlipwraUm ass Ito .*..... Mwedw.a.
Johnson, presented (he theme meets were presented by Mrs. tries, of which he is regional .. ....,ah a4 ..*.* ..4
We Are Debtors to the Jew'Taking i Bennett Plans were completel for I I representative rat -....... am a ,....... ...wdy
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part in the round table i mission study course in No- I.a --., (.ro.)
discussion were, Miss Johnson. i I vtmber I Paul C. Cabot, noted Boston .......kelp!. Make ,_ .......
Mrs. Geneva Smith, Mrs. Lois The meeting dosed with a pray banker. born Bmokline Mass, 50 fall af rep. We aM .rMtiy. H yafter ..
Irma alrM MMl .
Eden Mrs. Leona Collins, Mrs. I er--by the president.. 'years ago.. i t t...... .( vHMr aatMi*
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Bennett -- -- -- -- --- ---- --
and Mrs -- CLOMUaaTl.aUI
; Alburj T w -k*5 .
The business meeting followed ia far ,...
Reports were given by retiring I fROlItt I Amazing Results A saf.
chairmen of all committees MEDICAL ....... .-).. a ; .I
President Mrs. Alb tsar sad ._."PI' ....... faits
iry appoint I I ........... --....... ......
ed the
following chairmen of committees I i i N has pas fret stn.... delL 5,4
for the new year: com- I I buy, ka*. 4Mr ......*, as s..MrfS.. .1
mumt missions, Mrs. Bennett: r t* work .a Uf, s ... .M.s. ..r .aa..r..
I ..... pan .p.. IM l tbai.park .rs..... eta
stewardship, Mrs. D. B. Sharp: sad ,... ...... .........
training school, Mrs. Francis Fan. rhea h.ada..... pit th. heat ., ..w a ...- ...
field: mission study, Mrs. Evelyn: I sad y.. -e ffid Het..e ,.. __ f.-.r. .w 'w.fs.fir.. .
Jones: Margaret Fund students. .N late ..gas act ..... ...... W... ..... .wr.uf..r/ S
Mrs. cE Rqc with w p ...,tae p.. e.-- ..., .d
Marry Day: social chairman way M -piya.." f.1 ......ri ..
Mrs. Oiem :Mock: corresTjoniing >..arUt 11'-1.; C.O-ML'LILU.: N
secretary Mrs Florin Mesa: orphanage r H chat 'N ad.

: : Mr:<. Piedad Archer assistant .,..KiieiMili&41'.1 ....._.M.Arid seth.liiss.......... .
young people's leader. Mrs. "' ...... N Ntes ..... --- ......N. 5 ..iw .d p ....
Henry Jcnks I r.... k* she i.P..dpt t. .....- 1).h w ad raw
Airs Leona Collins is vice [ aaai af airs. awamta IM*. k..aav4
pres- 4 U rrb .r lbs M>. sad ...ii
ident: Mrs. Georg M Ray ung f lap ., '".... W.. r.*s4.. ilk* a4k Mrf Him
people's director, Miss Hallv fI .( their Johnson, program chairman: Mrs. I riar* I. nail ...... .r rHi>4, fkjUU .
Lois Ki.irtrM w4 I*
Eden secretary; Mrs I. N saw ap.iwes is fs..a., .t: wraNNts4..ww
mond Johnson treasurer. RaY-I was beiped er w-w aN .... ._i
Cross intermed'ate Itir]'- & Ucre lake a yearWonder WCU Ck Mi !

aIr: Mrs. Geneva Smith, I i Minerals fiat ta.M.a..a.. iaM.M t Ss a t11 fa

saris aUX1l1ar:. Mrs Henry Jenks, 1 .. I I, 1 1\: after year. fftt. ..... la"ik a.. Sal IM ptl.e
.... I I Mialtral sad .*.*" Is .... all
-I IIN.iORMS II sad bath. is ... a.rar.a.s. ... actg. ,phr.
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TAKI TALa Tacapr h. la .. , ,aaai.
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f..N..fief.. fn... "1 don tiiind lo-ing mv t-hirt. hut 1 just had efa4 r.s pit $1 ,... ....... 1).M sect MMRSM i i..1)w r awaat1Ea

real flop. .Nf it cashed at COLUMBIA LAUNDRY.' ; CENTRAL PHARMACY. Mew / r..

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.r"8gi1'I. STOCKED WITHOct.I 0 Comfortable NO CROWDING Shopping SUPER VALUES

..,'.11 . . . . m .'. . _. _ Latest Sanitary Fixtures - . . . .
"' includingREFRIGERATED
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4 MML Land 0' Sun

........ G ran d. 0''Penln'g For QUALITY VEGETABLES... .J DAIRY PRODUCTS
'- ., Service and Low
IN .... F -d 22nd Prices

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-1; : A Special Opening Event Feetttf+ {
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'"" -,- 67 C Guaranteed to Please or Your Money Back ICE CREAM 29c
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AI..r. AU Flavors PINTGet
. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE Sirloin Steak. C An Extra Ie

,50,60 art. Pint for .
YM re Crazy >> I Ib I ,48c HOUSE. Steak lb 5 9

11.lilVI U ucncions/ flavors Frozen FoodsJEtLO -

. PACKAGE 5 C BONUSpne St ea k Asparagus Spears. pkq. 4k

MU.MHIV, : Fresh Cut Beans .31e
19c Cut Green Beans.: = 27c
chilisWLSKJN CONDENSED MILK\ . can Delmonico Steak Ib.69c BabYLlma Beans . 39c

y.a IF-. "...=-............. MHJII TOMATOES..2/ I\.K(: NO cans*> CAN 25'( 'CH UCK ROAST. lb. 4'9( Peas Broccoli.i : : : : : : : pfe i k<*|*. 37c 27cRaspberries

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... ... Hunts, tl-Oz. Can of
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Strawberries 4ic
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Tomato Sauce .,-. 4 CANS 19 C'' R I"B R 0 A. Ib L 5Sc Horse Meat . pkg.1 tic

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: III I Mil/-VUioIr Kernel 4 12-Oz. Cancans

MULE1 I 1 CORN 2 35 fG.o iAMB. PRO DUe E
H it Hnun [ lb. 59 Farm Fresh Fars hM I
California ICEBERG \
e nnd Sausage 2 CANS 35c Rib Or loin Chops Ib. 79c Lettuce. ?. . 2 liDS. 21c :I In II

S II 41VS California GREENTOPCarrots

'IDNtY CORNED BEEF HASH can .2 9( GRADE; dAd . 2 BNS. 19c :t t39c
I.mll g ';rlll/l Fancy Pallia 11. POUND 13c
at TA Say? 34 Inions i . 3 IBS. :
,RI E 2-lb. PACKAGE C CHOPS POUND Sge .u.s.No.1 MAINE *9| ,

LIBBY'S FANCY NO. 2L/'a Potatoes 10 LIS. UC
ALL TIMES PEACHES.1 27C Has 59c INDIAN RIVER Mesh B"4 tflfe 0fiV
can Ready-to-Eat
Hew York BeefFillets Otges . &LB. C
Ii.Prime Ii.
Kiihv's! Fancy 46-Oz. Can Thompson SEEDLESS
Chicken* Liver LiversCa4v :: Tomato. JUICE can 25 PICNIC HAMS POUND 49c p . 2 LIS. 25c '.

Sweet Br ini Breds PORK CHOPS 5 9 C Large Ripe HONEVDEW ,
DoiiuM'" Duck KO.2 CAN POUND 29c i
Ce I Melons . Ea.Polkk
::Sau:90:: JUICE 5CQuart 5ge :
Grapefruit ROAST
PORK POUND Watercress Er.dlye Es c re4e Be P 11ih Cabarsi\ Brussel Sprouts Artkb..k*. Mwttr eae
J>MM Sausage t'rr
'" a. Bratwurst 1 Oc Florida Grade "A" DRESSED And DRAWN
Irbfe Bacon BLEACH .

.-. ... .,.-..-rt. .. Smoked luHn Tongues Salami Toiurr I Kcgular zc Fn"i RS Ib 65 CALIFORNIA WINESSherry flltl 59c I

:'''' rieah Tongues ..
TISSUES 3 rolls 19c DUCKS{ 58C Whil.Pat )4.w. tiwp..Y *-*
Imported Swiss Cheese HENS POUND It, fHim, SJFJ9** .
,.... ._-- \ UmWrger Cheese : 85 Imported Italian VERMOUTH SI.. ,
i;; iIE Koeber Salami I\MIOLIVE: Regular Size TURKEYS; POUND
,- :- ScHauHz) Herring Bath SOAP 2 bars I 9c ----- ( ,- I., \i CHANTI! Quarts !Ie
.. i Herring BACON . lb. 59cSwift's
.. ...... tkkJed Herring Corned King SLICED BEr..R 24:1: . Per. C.. S3.4S
.e t Premium SLICED BACON . lb.75c PLUt; ..,...,
-.u..t..41... +.....-..w...... taJars LUX Flakes Deal GRADE UJ.."LARGE CANNED BEER 24's P COM S3 Jl
kekedS&hnon K
... ........ bemlan Rye and . 35c d 62 In Stcck-uvd..wr BtH,>.*... ta.iM >.......* b*..wcL.IIIGE
'. ''::It.f Pumpernickel PACKAGE EGG5 0 0 Z C
. Get 1 Regular Bar for 5c
--....-:.:'....\!. JTV CookiesPoland COUNTRY ROLL Coca Cola l 89
11'. .. ... Water I
w Lto.R SWAN;' ER b. 65c 24 Battles . Per CM.r
Valley \ Soap BIIP'l' *
............. ," Mountain Water Deal25c e 9 PLUoS Dt O&IT '

I.....11.......:...........d.. Chestnuts :2 REGULAR Gel*1 Regular BARS Package for 5c . ... ...-. -. .,. -,*" -_ .. '._ ..... ._ ..__. ''--- t.
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'r- BAY TOLLS I: ATTENTION !The wolverine i is the largest
( U;;.__ ..... "IkFit. Stwittl I[Warren Meeting\ !l i .In yesterday's Citizen occttpa-J 1 I,and fiercest of the weasel tribe..l i it .lI .
.... ... ..... am s..e kur: 1 I tonal: tax: ordinance No.221 read: t I Adult males weigh about 30 '' \\ -
..., ., Planned This I'I pounds. | OctoBER
t i Monday telephone companies $30. '.I t 1"OFMONEY
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i f tI >i.t K tm.y ttt should have read, telephone companies .. ; ,
: $._ ... rpnMMar. .Beet'1: The Fuller Warren for Governor t $400.This bccUpational tax I I .r.rmi.a..t1.IrrlmaPoor SELLS:; ;
.. ............. M i.fl..q I.'' rommtttec for Monroe County f tee was unanimously: passed along Crocftr Thai Good i
I I .-. e/Aat. .>.rt.l A.rrte erletna ''will' holJ a meeting Monday: :at: "' others at Monday's. : rrgolir I I STAR BRAND T ;3.
I W I ...d ,7iO pm in the office of County commission regslon.CroMagnon l'AMIRICAt
t4t. lint tww : :
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- ...f ..kHte t. iwft. i41tMdA ::,Judc Raymond R. Lord. COFUEIi'Try 'PNEW'
0 is believed to and CUBAN
Plans for the general electionon map
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r. have lived in the era from 25,000to Pound
November A and arrangements A TodnD --- '
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I ........ that Ie .. gtw.. wiM!likely be made, for the entering -'10,000- B.C. ..-. -a.. .-, I : ............ of a float representing' Monroein -
I the inauguration! of Fuller Warren -
f l.1 ....... as governor in Tallahassee: MONR'OE MARKET TELEPHONE 411 i
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\ .... .I> ._ *wttt hiRoll utacuocd. 533 WILLIAM STREET at Cor.Wm.of Southard N. Rnowlea.Street Prop. I : SAVING SPECIALS.1

r M11,AtartLLJPS.itt.aaAM J t N. 2.I out a rich baking powder _. _' -
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...,.la_ h* *.* 1Mc-ut+ dough and brush withaneited Old Clcry LIMA Old tldry BLACK.YE: : FROM THE ;
,, d p" .w. >.....* Jk--k I\.t butter, then or fold margarine each round: cutrounds : BEANS ::can lOc PEAS can lOc -
Nm red
1.w 4 prk.. ..... ... in half co as to form Parker .
h..-tr-n... a.l...... ail rs aalueuiai KMt4 Hour roll shapes and bake. I i i ,Old Glory Butter Bean. c s ill5C:
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A4ew. ...... r ...... .dtr :,STRONG ARM.BRAND m..r COFFE1Tnlu3irn OLDGLORY Z TALL CANS I M "MSUPER .
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a1Mf .. .....,. a .... Kfllltattri Garbarizo IDe CREAM 27cPIC.NIC .

A ............. w", ..., ..... >>, ('OFF EEMILL 1 1 i OLEO : Poiroma Sir,...
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u. Civil d n fat HAMS lb. 52c NU-MAID. 3Sc -
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t+.r d .r t the.n.nd I rHUNT'S
+'* .*..*.. N.- Ill// Grocrrt
,. 3 CANS YO'-;; 11
.AaUaaW W Wtaa a Ua i itALF WHOLE |
SHANK of '
-- i SAUCE: can 6c BY-A..CHOC 25c,
$ I
SUGAR . 5 Pounds 43c:
: Ib. 59 PLEASEOur :J

BACON lb. SSe I EGGS .doz.'SSc xafl haul D.p,, ... t;

-WE: RESERVE THE"RIGHT Cd,LIMIt QUA TI'tttS- tueatl the anno.aial+t>1M ,, .. t t
I YOUNG TENDER ItEEFI made that wt 1M ... .hMuMnfBath's !
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1 I Von Always Do Belief' When You Shoji at I LIVER Jb. 59c' ( Bet I aeali.W.& sik.iiid call v

for this 'lament.. bet 4 at ..s
Moat Departm.n..
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When Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store. 111 1',1." $
... II b ttwa. Tfcrwuh the n w Franklin JUNIOR We Meet ALL Advertised Prices > PREMIUM BONELESS i
INSURED SAVINGS PLAN JOG can create an' im- Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices
aMAaM iMwaK. eetaw for' yow' chad at rates oneWM Potatoes..35c.Vier $
ell e*.-riur4..wbat ywi art now paring...aa Don't I i
......Mat BTMT*with bte rnpooa bUitic.and matures Veal Roast 59c
la..*.to r...*.et at ace JJ. Your MEAT and GROCERY MONEY Will Go Further Here ; Firm; iTomatoes'19c
Than Anywhere Else-TRY IT and SEEn ;
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laaMinci protection at ne retaraU !
'* .!*a 4.....'s pins tau amount of contract if t \
bade avow at any tune from iasuanca to WILSON'S SLICED PACKAGED I CLOVERIDGE GRADE "A" LAIlGEIrt
....s. / i
,A< IBMTMC prMtctkm tamadcaDy triples at BACON ; .. '
y'4 ate f I .t M e tra cost sad with no tvtdenc Lb.
.I taevraMbty. r.._.4. < EGGS Cartons doz. 69c'i 2 I'liiinilt Itrtt
6(At ac.M th..ving.plan matures a*an cnV -> !
>4......l+r fall lace amount. / Grade 'A Boneless ROUND Grade 'A* Boneless. BEEFSTEAK ,, *
ff CM!* i. M eacy sad docauonal fond avail.. \ ;
'>aM Mimasd.A ib. 75c ROAST it 73 cUMAD ; GRAPES. 35c j

'.rt! Ol!eolb.; 33C : OLOREDKf 49c 1.('rlll' SIll/1M/

Ml DUtrict Maaagtr KEY WESf Armour's Grade 'A VEAL 1 Fancy Western '11f1t KM CELERYkI3cSN0SIIEEX

eM H HIBBBRMfc""* "'* c 1 1! CUTLETS it 79c CHOPS it-'RK59c ,
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a..r....". ....-......... HAMS Lb. 59cI
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ROLL Daisy or Square AMERICAN 15c

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,. Lb. 66c CHEESE u>. 55e

VARIETY PACK ,\'pr OrleanS Style Ian' <,,.,,,;,'. KM: klH\t.\' :


Evaporated MILK .. 2 25c .

Jersey BzandCREAM S No 2 PEAcHEs 31c CATSUP
III Tr"i CATSUP 15c I CORN . .


Maxwell House COFFEE Lb.49cNo.


PEAS 15c I Super Suds WITH ORDER 33c Peanut Butter 32c

Domino SUGAR 5 Lbs. 38c -

I VAIl Triumph Mills'"Strong ArmLong_ Grain PATNA HEARTS DELIGIIT PRUNE 12-OZ. (. i\'--:M/1/.CTS ;

COFFEE lb. 45c RICE 21b s. 5c'Libby's

VIENNA 2 CANS33" Quart :Some JUICE QT. 27 CORN 2 FOR 35c $
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SAUSAGE 35c BLEACH .12c. .

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2 DOZEN 39c 4 LARGE BOX ItE(:. SIZE I' 'IY-.1/ |won| T"(12F0R19C
Phone Orders Accepted for Delivery-CALL 67.ARCHER'Ssem SUPER SUDS 33

S32 .UVAL STREET ServlcGrocery : ( PASTE : _

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That eternal question: Dad loves good red Beef, Sis /Says<; Lamb is slenderizing, while Jimmie will i .

S always settle for'Pork, but what to do? ., Come In today and} talk,it over with your friendly .

.11 Flag butcher ... he "has never been give q "bum steer" hell save you money too.
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CranberrySAUCE Q Q o' 5 G. r .SLICED PEACHES 'Ire: 2 -., -
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.. PUMPKINS ; {' 2 *&:: 29c NYLON DIP
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you select, you are assured of Pure Tomato JuiceQuart
table silter of enduring beauty and FREE RUNNING
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purchased oer theyears.
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