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The Weather FORECAST Key West and Vicinity: Partly cloudy today, tonight and Wed imUy. Moderate to fresh cast and southeast winds becoming MtthtMt and south Wednesday. Florida: Partly cloudy and mild today, tonight and Wednesday except scattered showers over ex treme north portion and cooler tit the Tallahassee area Wednes day. Jacksonville through the Flor ida Straits: Moderate to fresh aavSiaast to southerly winds to day. tonight and Wednesday ex cept winds fresh through the Florida Straits. Partly cloudy weather. Few showers in ex treme south portion and over ex treme ninth portion Wednesday. East Gulf of Mexico: Moderate to fresh southeast to southerly wind* today, tonight and Wed- Maday except shifting to north erly over extreme north portion itrly Wednesday. Partly cloudy weather. Few showers extreme Worth portion Wednesday. Jacksonville to Apalachicola: No small coaft or storm warnings have been issued. REPORT Key West, Fla., Nov. 26, 1946 fOkasrvation taken at 8:30 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, City Office) Temperatures llWheat yesterday 84 Lamest last night 78 Mean 81 Normal 72 Precipitation Rainfall, 24 hours ending • SO a in . inches .0 Relative Humidity 75 '/* Tomorrow's Almanac (Eastern Standard Time) Emwise 6:51 a.m. Emmet . 5:38 p.m. Moonrisc 10:10 a.m. Handset 8:50 p.m. TIDES Tomorrow Ml*h Tide Low Tide Naval Base (Eastern Standard Time) 12:50 p.m. 5:58 a.m. 11:30 p.m. 5:04 p.m. Additional Tide Data Reference Station, Key West Time of | Height of Station— Tide high water Rahia Honda —Ohr. (bridge) 10 min. 0.0 ft. No Name Key +2hr. feaat side) 20 min. Eoca Chica —Ohr. (Sandy Point) 40 min. faldas Channel -f2hr. north end) . 10 min. +1.4 ft. Minus corrections to be sub tracted Plus corrections to be added. riiiMmi's Village CiENEVA, Switzerland. •—(AP) -fU - .International Union for Iht Protection of Children has voted to take over the patronage Of the Pestulezzi children’s vil la** at Trogen, Switzerland, where 384 war orphans are to live. BUND PIG BAR ff est' * Most Unusual Rendezvous Strand Theater TYRONE POWER in “JESSE JAMES” Coming: "A Stolen Life" Monroe Theater PORTRAIT OF MARIA |Hlrr Or I II to. IVilrn \ riurntlarlx. WararHa art as * \lhrrtw (ialan iMi-klcuii Uomaiicc) Coming: 'The Lonesome Trail" Thanksgiving TURKEY DINNER S]so at the . BLUE ROOM BAK-B-Q 1107 WILLIAM STREET Opposite Gas Plant Ve Hay captwlaa contain U 8 AIL VITAMINS H to be mentud to human pj •mtiaoe. plus live* and iron. MB 71 I |2,S'9 * tiiafl moojo rs AmISSBS GARDNER'S PHARMACY 1114 Division St.. Cor. Varela Phone 177 Free Delivery Harold Laubscher To Wed Tomorrow The approaching marriage of Harold R. Laubscher, well-known young Key Wester and assistant manager of the Chamber of Com merce, to Miss Adelaide Marchant of Port Jervis, N. Y., was an nounced today. The ceremony will be perform ed tomorrow morning at 8 o’clock in the First Presbyterian Church. Dr. Melrose Avery, pastor, will officiate. Laubscher is the son of Mrs, William Laubscher, 408 Eaton Street. He is a graduate of Bosse High School, Evansville* Ind., and of Evansville College. During the war he served three years in the Pacific theater where he was attachd to the Headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur. The bride-to-Ue Is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton E. Marchant of Port Jervis. She is a graduate of Port Jervis High School and Miss Dayton’s School at Middletown, N. Y. During the war Miss Marchant served in a secretarial position with the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation in Washington. MEETINGS 'MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI!IIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIII , ' Legion Meets Tomorrow A regular meetinf of Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28, American Legion, will be held tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at 8 o’clock in the Legion Home, corner White and Southard streets. Plans will be discussed for. the Legion Christmas Party to be held at the Naval Hospital for the patients. Many other items of business are scheduled for ac tion. All members are urged to attend. „ MANAGERS TO MEET A meeting of managers of all teams in the Winter Baseball League will be held at 8 o’clock tonight in the office of City Clerk Roy Hamlin. JURY PANEL NAMED City Clerk Roy Hamlin is pre paring a list of 112 Key West residents to be submitted to the U. S. District Court as a jury panel for a forthcoming court ses sion. Love and roses,\ friends and wine . \ Thomas Moore 1779-1852 For smart, grand-tasting cock tails, simply serve Croix Royale Sherry. Made from the fine grapes of the San Joaquin Valley. Expertly, patiently blended. Its tempting flavor and "banquet” bouquet give you "Royale” pleasure at cock tail time. -—__ C R 1 I Pa. 1 "g PBa g ■■■■■■■■■ Ward Distributing Cos. 930 Catherine Street Key West. Florida Trousseau Theme For Fashion Shoiv The story of a bride and her “dream trousseau” is told in the script written by Mrs. Arthur V> Armayor for the Fashion Show being presented tonight at St. Paul’s Parish Hall in connection with the Bazaar. The affair wlil be emceed by Billy Warner with Mrs. Polly Carbonell playing the role, of the prospective bride whose dream I outfit is depicted by Miss Diane • Auxier, Miss Betty Lane, Miss Harriet Ward, Miss Elizabeth Ayala, Mrs. Mary Bailey, Mrs. Marjorie Allen, Mrs. Florence Ardagh, Miss Catherine Connor, Mrs. Beulah Russell, Mrs. Ro melda Sheppard, Mrs. Nathalie Knight, Miss Virginia Kelly. Miss Ernestine Evans, Mrs. Anna Lounders, Miss Gloria Acevedo, Miss Harleen Gilbreath, Miss Betty Maloney. Trainbearers for the “dream i GEORGE’S Grocery 1500 Newton Street Phone 714 One Block from North Beach Inn—Now Being Operated by Charles L. Moody, Jr., Owner K. W. Transit Cos. Bus No. 3 Passes Our Door Phone Orders Accepted with PROMPT FREE DELIVERY THANKSGIVING SPECIALS Everything for Your THANKSGIVING DINNER YOUNG TURKEYS And All the Things to Make Your Dinner a Success T-Bone STEAK lb. 65c Sirloin or Round STEAK lb. 63c Top Round ROAST lb. 57c Fresh GROUND MEAT lb. 47c AND MANY OTHER CUTS PURE LARD 1-lb. Pkg. 53c All Brands of CREAM ••• • 5 cans 65 Dole's PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 c r 4S C Libby's or Heinz CATSUP : as 26' Libby's CHIU SAUCE M Bottle 33 C VERMONT MAID SYRUP pit 25< Solid Pack TUNA SS 53' Dromedary DATES ’pc 27' WE HAVE MAYONNAISE and SALAD DRESSING Grits, Oil, Lard and Tomato Paste Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER Sr 31' Imported GUAVA PASTE b 64' Helen Ann FRUIT CAKE MIX s l l3 PASTRY POPULAR PRICES Complete Line of . . . EUbS FRUITS and VEGETABLES Frozen Sliced STRAWBERRIES 5? Northern Toilet TISSUE 3 23' Gayla Sweet Toilet SOAP 4 c— 31' CLOROX 2 29' U. S. No. 1 White POTATOES ; 5 21 c Louisiana YAMS ,3 i.,. 25' Firm Ripe TOMATOES ib. 19 c THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SEES AFTER 16 YEARS KANSAS ClTY.—Warned 20 ] years ago that growths on her I eyes were robbing her of her vis- i ion, Miss Ethel O’Connors of j Atchison, Kan., underwent an op- i eration, which did not prove suc cessful and, for sixteen years she has been totally blind. Recently, however, she underwent a second operation which completely re stored her vision. bride” will be Mary Carbonell and Frederick Armayor. Music will be played by Ger ! aid Saunders on the violin, and Kingman Curry on the piano; vo calists, N. P. Shennahan, Arthur V. Armayor, Pat Lane, Gerald Saunders and Billy Warner. Augmenting the show will be the following musical numbers: Ensemble, The Ramblers; aerobatic dance, Carleen Moore; vocal solo, Fay Bervaldi; ballet dance, Paula Louise Newhouse; selection, Catherine Symmonette; dance specialty, Gail Wallace; en semble, The Ramblers. Form Pan-American Club A Pan-American Club was formed yesterday by Grade 4-A of the Division Street School, taught by Amelia Cabot. Offi cers were elected and a plan for collection of five-cent dues was approved. A social hour and re freshments were enjoyed after the meeting. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS THANK ALL i DONATORS to the BUILDING FUND KENNY’S Where You Can Shop | tor Your Little Folks • 'V.vlon anil Silk I’nntii-* •Two-Tone I’nln Shirt* • <'ortliiro.v Short* ami .1 n*n per* •Sm-nlen anil Shirt* • Pajama* s ilk \iihli-t* •shoe* ° Heaiitil'nl lni|inrteil llre**e* ami Suit*. USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN "Your Child's Appearance Is Our Business” 'I ft anil M FIS. 13. .1. KIT 13DA. 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GRADE “A" T-BONE STEAKS u, gfe CAMPBELL’S ... 11' '| ORANGE JUICE 19' PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 2iw 41 Eatwell SARDINES COCA-COLA or PEPSI COLA SS 21' fi... 25*' 200 Count DRY Paper Lima Towels g eans LIBBY'S DEVILED HUH 2 r 31‘ EL SOLYO WHITE RAISINS ‘gg; 21 c GLAZED FRUIT CAKE MIX 49' FRUITS and VEGETABLE SPECIALS A Complete Line of Garden-Fresh GREENS and VEGETABLES at the Lowest Piu* Ert'sli Strawberries - .Mushroom* - A rtielioke- - Cauliflower - fgy |'|int- Sweet Juicy ORANGES .... 25' SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT _ 6 25' Ripe AVOCADO PEARS .... 15' PTAnr UAIIDQ Monday thru Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. MUuL nUUIVj Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.—Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8p m angaacEaiPßOMPT FREE DELIVERYMRHBB Wo The Right To Limit Ouartity" 'resists REAL TEMPTATION ! SEATTLE, Wash.—After five days and 50 miles of hiking in a vain search for deer in eastern Washington, Ed Crippen, local policeman, came wearily home. I While cleaning his rifle, he raised MONROE MARKET, 510 FLEMING STREET PHOIfC •* Specials for Wed., Fri., Sat. Creamery BUTTER ~9o' All Brands Limit Six CREAM 13' McGrath PEAS 2?™ 25' PORK HAMS™ .70' U.S. No. 1 White r OA c POTATOES < )lbiiU Place Your Order for Tui California BRUSSEL SPROUTS, Ql. 45c TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 14 it to sight through a *nndow and froze. A three-point b. k deer in the garden met hi* g" Crippen, with all the will ***•' he possessed, slowly lowered gun. His home is in a game p.* serve. CRANBERRY OO c SAUCE Can OL Boston Butts PORK .58' Maxwell House COFFEE , 48' EGGS d~ 58' HAM ,h * H *“ Ib. 7Sc Dressed and Drawn CHICKENS Ib. (Sc PORK LOIN ROAST Ib. SSc keys and Chickens Early 1-lb. Cello Pkg. . Van Camps IS O* Can lMsfc*, 2* al\rvl\nd-p\(;ked Tomatoes r 21° Astor COFFEE V^_35 r Texas Pride PLUM PUDDING N c :„ 2 63' EATING and COOKING APPLES 2 25- Ripe PINEAPPLES 25' Cape Cod CRANBERRIES ~ 59'