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Newly Decorated Aquarium Opens Here Tomorrow Om of Key West's finest tour ist attraction* will resume opera *m tomorrow when the Key West open-air aquarium, under tte management of Captain Wil liam Kroll, has its reopening. Captain Kioll will offer to view] anHMvatM apacies of tropical fish, j ag rsupu In waters adjacent to . Wert The Aquarium has I |an neatly painted and cleaned and >vm alamendas, petunias, •fMbry plants, pepper plants, ant r other botanical va mtw. have been planted to add lartra to the surroundings. fin Captain and Mrs. Kroll rtMrti that they haven't yet had Upt to ga out and fish so as to gtve the Aquarium a finer va riety. hut nevertheless they have •PMnHiiatad a vary large variety | parin of fish and crustaceans. Iftcluderi in the fish on display artß ha morays, parrot fish (blue apd ratnbovi fish, angel hrti cttM-tocflah, tang, sergeant ■pin, beau gregoty, pork fish, tfipprt fish, black angel, cow fMh. Mow fish, file fish, blue run- MT. aurae and sand shark, 5-lb. ctawfish, hermit, soldier crabs, iHfwit* i' 1 .ilis, stone crabs, lanftrti Bermuda chubs, group ara, aatnahnartei K, gray snapped, lapUrt, squirrel fish, cat fish, fplphaw ■ runner, 12-inch starfish, disk* buttarfly fish, fid din (tabs, rock hind, yellowtail, Urt* saa horse, scotch porgies. f|n above fish and crustaceans arv ted ctawfish, ground up parts barracuda and water in fn tank* is continuously brought Mi Ban the ocean through a Ingt pipe-line running under the C*tydr Mallory docks. Captain Hill and Mrs. Kroll live Ml a nicely furnished apartment Mt tin Aquarium building, dec orated with a sea motif. Captain Kroll has been able to acquire some Cuban fish traps wtdfh are entirely of grass, and, qpßbt the American-made wire mpq do not injure the fish in any way Realty Sales In Monroe County gtillom ing deeds of the transfer f tealty In Monroe county have limn lot recording in the ekamty clerk’* office: i. . . IThol—l Grocefy, liw , Ha* am *td to Rodman J. Beth el a h-.and lot on Dey street, mw Eluabeth for $2,700. The M tea a frontageof 50.3 feet and a depth of 93 feet. Mario A Mata has bought a himirr and lot on Southard street, tteai Whitehead, from Sam Horo vms bn $3,200. The lot is 50 by t$ feet An undivided one-half interest Mt e plot in the Russell estate on Upper Matccumbe has been sold tqr Wallace Baird to Byron Baird km MOO __ Pm*l Ihu " iclor In Many 1L Hya, V iaitor Here Faul H l>oin of New York CMf* f* spending several days in Key Weal Mr. Dorn, who has ■ppsari’d in many Broadway steps productions, was the guest nt L** M Warren and family at a luncheon party Tuesday. Y*t*-id*y Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold United street, tendered •noth* i luncheon party to the vadtoi, wnd S.<luiday, Leo Brax tnp War ten, Chief PHM, USN, who ** hime on leave, will give . kt.ol party for Mr. Dorn be lt** the New York man leaves ter his home. Br< *u*e of his connection with the theatre, Mi. Dorn is deeply interested in the coming produc i*t Angel Street," by the Key West Flayer*. to be presented at the Rain Theatre. Mr. Dorn has appeal id in several productions *h*M casts included leading memtiri • of the Broadway pro duction >4 "Angel Street.” MONROE MARKET Mi FLEMING STREET MOTE 411 Week End Specials U.S. No. 1 White r OA r BUTTER n,95 c potatoes 5 c Limit Six V.U.Y Pnm. CREAM c. 13' PEAS 2 e "r 25' Midsummer No. 2(a *)n r N °’ 2 Can IQc CACHES andU c TOMATOES 10 Doi* Brand Pineapple <)A. Libby's Garden No. 2 OA/. JUICE "t' I Cam IXf p EAS Can ZU C BartMtt No. 2Va Armour's TOMATO “If SAUCE S." 12' Fvi( Cocktail Can 43 C I RICE 3 Bag 69 c Wf- Have- \ Supply MEATS and PORK 6 Abandon Hope All Ye Who 9 ... Gaze- Lena Is Here Lena the Hyena, unable to obtain commercial airline ac commodations because of the nauseating effect she would would be expected to have on the other passengers, was flown into Key West last evening by Fearless George Faraldo. He circled the city with her in the rear cockpit of his plans and pointed out the county jail, her home for the present, and Raul's, where she is to make her debut. Faraldo landed at Meach am Field and turned her over to a waiting committee of city officials and repre sentatives of the Jaycees. whose Halloween dance she will attend tonight at Raul's. Lena was driven into town with a cavalcade of blaring auto horns and a loudspeak er announcing her approach. The famous A1 Capp char acter of the Li'l Abner comic strip was placed in the coun ty jail for safekeeping until tonight when she will again i be escorted, this time to the dance. , Jack Murray, chairman of the Dance Committee, ex plained lo the members that the dance will be held at Raul's instead of the Club Sugaloa as was originally planned. SW EET POTATOES AT GEORGES GROCERY In the advertisement in The Citizen today of George’s Grocery there is one item that should read: “Puerto Rico Sweet Pota toes, 2 lbs. 32c. It did not print legibly in some of the papers and we, therefore, call your attention to the item through this notice. / FOR TONIGHT’S / DINNER THRILLER [m Surprise them with a de- I licious ice box pie. Make it in a jiffy using crisp wafers combined with tasty Helen Ann Fruit Nut Mix. f % | Or delight them with a I succulent ham, rubbed and garnished and— yes! even stuffedUwr with Helen Ann Fruit- Nut Mix. [7j You might even win a few I orchids for originality by mixing generous quan tities of Helen Ann Fruit- Nut Mix with sparkling jello. r* j And H company’s coming I just try heaping spoon fuls of Helen Ann Fruit- Nut Mix stirred up thor oughly in vanilla ice cream. Easy to Prepare with Heten Qrut Fruit-Rut min Made of whole glazed fruits chop ped lo correct size, glazed whole cherries, spices, pecan and almonc meats. It's marvel- _ _ ous for fruit cake. -■ More tasty tips T 1 attached to each j Applications For Marriage Licenses Applications for marriage li censes filed in the county judge’s office: Clarence Elman Hickson, 29, Newport News, Va., and Emma Maybelle Thompson, 36, Key West. Delmar Teel Lyon, 24, New kirk, Okla., and Ada Moore, 24, Seyrene, Ala. Ralph Eugene Armstrong, 19, Bunkerhill, Ind., and Rose Marie Archer, 16, Key West. Olin Merrill Rifenbark, 28, Glen Garden, N. J., and Mary Jane France Kpehart, 22, Key 1 West. Lena To Attend Poineiana School Hallowe'en Par tv Lena the Hyena from Lower Slobovia, who will be at the Jayeee costume ball, has grac iously agreed to attend the Poin hana Elementary School Hal loween party tomorrow, Novem ber 1, from 7 until 9:30. All children are invited to at tend, and they are asked to come n costume if possible, but if not costumed come anyway. Parents are urged to send or bring their '.•hildren to Poineiana Elementary School grounds for tomorrow’s fun. Use asbestos covers under your cooking pan. There will be less trouble with sticking food as the asbestos will deflect and dis tribute the heat evenly. sAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* SANCHEZ FISH MAKRET Foot of VIRGINIA STREET at Bayview Park • Light Hand Fishing TACKLE • Mullet, Shiners and Crawfish BAIT Also A Complete Line of FRESH FISH • Yellowtails *Jewfish • Snappers • Groupers Always Something New in the Way of FURNITURE MAXWELL'S 3-Piece Bedroom Suite A Suite Like This lsn"t Easy to FiritT " . WIXL . IllJILT!! SOLID - WOOD!! (Similar to Illustration) <■% CA If you are planning anew bedroom, you £DU must see this suite to appreciate the value! mmm Illustration All-Spring constructed Studio Tilt Couches, made like they were before the war. Metal hinges. C A Beautiful covers that will wear like iron *** M RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES me MAXWELL _ CO. „, c . Furniture and Furnishings PHONE 682 909 Fleming Street, Corner Margaret St. Key West, Fla. vknktun blind* MiHMfIUCP THE KEY WEST CITIZEN USO Gives Gala Party Tonight The Jackson Square USO Hal lowe’en Party and Dance tonight will feature mysteries, surprises, rewards, fortune-telling, apple diving, a floor show, and many other events. Music will be fur nished by- John Pritchard and his orchestra. The sailors who guess their partners’ identity before the girls unmask at 10:20 will be surprised by a reward of a romantic na ture. The character-reading and predictions of Mrs. Grace Cros by are always in demand. Pro gram director, Gerald Pinder, will lead the Conga Line. The floor show will include acts and choruses from the forthcoming musical extravaganza, “Best- Smile Forward,” and Sylvia, the Tiger Woman—the unprobed j i mystery—will be presented dur- ! j ing the evening. The patio has been draped with j , fish net for the Spider-Web, the ] | theme of the evening. Prizes will . be awarded for the most effective i costumes and a large attendance I is expected to enjoy a gala party. ; i 1 j To remove watermarks on the polished surface of furniture, rub i the spot lightly with camphor j or peppermint. Use a flannel rag i ■ for this purpose and follow with an application of a linseed-tur pentine polish. TONIC #£*3 t loti your appetite? Feel drag- /■rtmmL gyf Whon duo to timplo or jfOgxS&sl] I nutritional anemia, Vinelond Tonic can help you “feel 1 1 like o billion". run pint 11M Division St., Cor. Varela Phone 177 Free Delivery Lena Wont Contaminate VFW Car; Refuses Ride When Lena the Hyena came to ; Key West last night via airplane, j the sleek, shining VFW Chevro- j let was at the airport to escort ‘ her to the county courthouse. j Daintily (?) stepping from the plane, her eye (the good one!) caught sight of the snappy car being offered as a prize to a lucky ticket buyer by VFW. Uttering j a shrill croak of joy, Lena j wobbled over for a ride—then j suddenly stopped, and sadly turn- j Strand Theater OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND in “TO EACH HIS OWN” News - Sport - Shorts ••••••••••••••••••••••| Monroe Theater Sea Monsters” Featuring Capt. John D. Craig , Coming: "Between the Deadline” •••••••••••••••••••••••a VICTORY CASH MARKET /£■£. Z l KEY WEST’S LARGEST FOOD MARKET 'A# ■ ROW Every thine for Your Table l ruler One Roof % '-'i, T * 1028 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1 0u At the Victory Cash Market you always gel the best value* at low averyday i"‘* ** '*’**’'*• and Fancy Groceries, Mea.s, Fresh Frui.s MEAT - POULTRY - DAIRY r PRODUCTS GRADE “A” WESTERN PORK ROAST lb. 59i Choice Cuts CLUB STEAKS • 55 c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO I SKINLESS SOW c- 11'1 FRANKS -IS' PABST TONIC 2d *3 75 linr DIT7 l-Ib. O Cr FRESHLY PICKLED NBC KITZ box Zb CORNED BEEF Just the Cracker for a Hasty Snack VwlUUrtP LPlalal ■ ■ A k 101 nTTi oT""*SowSjESS HVM HAMS! 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ALL (an Supply the Itdloitinq Item* SUN MAID REDBOW MIXED RAISINS .£? 17 c NUTS & ALMONDS K 39' CANDY ' * FL SOLYO HELEN ANN RAISINS 'IS 21' FRUIT NHT MIX Glaitd FRUIT CAKE MIX HJL TEXAS PRIDE /,* g PLUM PUDDING N c ,f 65 c ' FRUIT CAKLS FRUITS and VEGETABLE SPECIALS A Complete Line of Garden-Fresh GREENS and VEGETABLES at il.< Broccoli - Cauliflower - Romiiiiic Letlnee - t lihm m •.!. * (lollanl Grcen> - I I'lanl- SWEET JUICY ORANGES do. 15 f APPLES 3 INDIAN RIVER # FRESH GRAPEFRUIT 6 f o. 25 c OKRA . \f ALL KINDS of HOME GROWN GREENS ,b. 29 c TOMATOES \f - We Have Ripe \vocado Pears -• •• ■■ ram . ffTfTr , ||| , nmrTllTll 1 81 l uMignTTm "" CTADE 11 AT IDC Monday thru Thursday, 8 a m. to 6p m jlUKfc nUUIW Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.ro.—Saturday, 8 a ... t„ Hp Mt HHPROMPT FREE DELIVERYVBMBM ‘Y/ e Reserve The Right To t imit Ov>ertitv ed away. In a raucous voice she cried, “Thia automobile belongs to the Building Fund Donators. I don’t dare ride!” Explaining further through her bewhiskered interpreter, Lena said that if she accepted a ride. i , !|||IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII''MlllllllllllimilllllllllttW*^ l, J’ , )JJJ l,, T” . M I Carlos, the Best Known JSutcher in Town. ntm i Customers to Visit His Little Markot = Top Quality Food Pioducts We Have Plenty of MEAT —All t j Pork—BEEF —Lamb j and VEAL I Any Cut You Want- Cuban or American Sty J* I r pork chops :z | BUTTER CHEESE = DAIRY PRODUCTS - Fresh VEGETABLE® md fMNW | SELF SERVICE GROCERY i CARLOS’MARKET 1 PHONE 71* 1 Cor. William and Fleming PHONE 7fc Kty *• \mmr THURSDAY, OCTOBER SI. IS4§ tiie lucky winner uf the c. wtmim have to donate it * garbage dispueal unit. U. S. movie fane eon* it pm A* per cent of the wm kt e him mt dieace.