The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Associated Frew Da y. Wire ; ". Key West, Florida, has the

Service. b r l{epest (.C tttcn. most equable weather in the

For Beat 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the I range country of; only 14*an FahrenheitVOLUME average I j


... LVI. No. 212.


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Utility- Holding Company Bill !.GROOMSNOWHAS 1'STEAMER FLORIDA TO BE USED IN 'USE GAS MASKSIN Government Gives Ready ApprovalTo


One Of Greatest Many Monroe County Projects


Fights Passenger and freight service John Lowe Will Pa z, J. Glen'vsod -
will be established by the P. and Albury Kii',rni.'n Curry PROPOSED ACTIVITIES TO BE BEGUN IMMEDIATELY -

PER SWEPT TO SEA; FLEDIN O. S. S. company directly upon Emilio Lounders and four men of KINS APPROVES ALLOTMENT .

Outstanding Measure In rlld'III.I CAR FROM MA TECUMBE; the arrival of the Steamship Florida .. the stevedore gang. Also Wm. OF $200,000 FOR RE. ; FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO

ISSUE SUMMARY l ON due in Key West from New Weaver and Grover C. Albury of
Recent Congress Was KEY }WEST WEATHER York about September 9. the switching service in the yard LIEF OF VICTIMS

This information was announced section foreman and gangs. The MEN TO SUPPORT THEIR FAMILIES

Subject Of Great Discussion the by J. N. Costar agent for then; bridge tender alt the garrison
In the meteorological summary L. Grooms president of
ThroughoutBy issued by the localBreather Key West Electric Company, company in aa interview with1 I 1 1Costar bight bridge will remain on duty MIAMI. Sept. 6.-Wearing gas

bureau for the Grooms The Citizen this morning. Mr. temporarily.With .
LUMMER.-I month of August by G. S. whose Palmer daughter is reported missing after I said it is anticipated th.1 the failure of Train 76 masks. armies of men moved into (By ,,Aaaoclate' Press) .

HERBERT charge Kennedy of the meteorologist station it in is the recent hurricane that swept S. S. Cuba will remain on 'I Ipre.eDt to leave Monday evening and '10" hurricane-devastated Keys today JACKSONVILLE,, Sept. .-As a plea went out

AMvclated rre..) the Keys has received a series of Tampa Key West and possibility of any train leavingfor .
shown that the highest temperature indicate there is for work projects "so'that men can earn a few dol-
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.-- that period teleprams that Havana rum and the S. S. Floridawill an indefinite time there she for the gruesome task of bringing
during little hope Rosalind is alive. This lars to support their families and their stranded rela-
which take the service between a number of units of the Pullman
was 91 degrees occurred up
Those who followed the bitter morning at 7 o'clock Ted Bailey'sboat back the dead already totalise g
on August 7. The "Magic" with a party com- Key West Havana and Miami. company a dining car and co<.ch- tives Washington announced approval of a long list

fight on the utility holding com- lowest for the month was 73 posed of Messrs. Bailey Fred Telegrams received from Superintendent es of the railroad company one 256 according to a Red Cross es of Works Progress Administration undertakings for

bill_ fight unparalleled in on the 23. Ayala Charles Salas and Richard A. R. Miller today advise road engine and the crews of the
pany forth timate. the
The total precipitation storm-swept area.
inches, Knowles left for the Keys in an the Florida left New York at: trainr together with, mail and bag-
legislative history-found surface month was 4.18 to the body.A Projects call for federal
attempt recover expenditures amountingto
cars, mail clerks and ba--
with the greatest precipitation noon and will orrive in Key West gage gagee In Washington Harry L. Hopkins -
wire from Paul S. Brown office
explanations for final agreement for a 24-hour period being Monday. handler left here.S. $160,017.
manager of the Gulf Life Insurance M. Bulloch of the r lway approved the initial aHot-
'the inadequate. 0.95 inches, this occur- Company who returnedto Asked If there was any information I 31. E. Gilfond FERA director sent
on question the 20th of the mail service said .th / r; ning a messageto
ring on Miami yesterday from Matc- I' relative to repairing the that he was expecting t. ave. meat of $200,000 for relief of
Pressure for adjournment of month. information Conrad Van Hyning, Emergency Relief Adminis
cumbe tells that authentic I 1
damage to the tracks and fills of I with heavy mail and of embers -
congress, advanced by many as a was The seven number with of partly clear! cloudy days indicates Rosalind and 1: the Florida East Coast Railway: of the mail service theI victims. Disposal of the bodiesof trator, offering WPA work as the best means of re-
George Pepper were both lost at I I I of the *
UDdLtedly.eODtriLuted on twenty days, with the pre Carabee Colony which was wiped of which he is also: the Key West' departure coast essel the victims on the keys presented lief to the storm section.
reason '' due to arrive todaj Miami \ -.
something toward acceptance of vailing wind being from the out and that it i.J believed both agent Mr. Costar said a surveywas with maiL an acute problem in Wash. "The quickest and surest way to bring relief," he

bodies were swept out to sea. to'be made of the entire section I G. C. Ledlow. train despatcher I
east.'IIIIIII left I said, "is to get some of our projects through so that
the now famous "Berkley compromise Rosalind and George of the system in the hum has received notice that his services -I Ii ington.
:Matecumbe Hotel where they se and estimates compiled i i at Key West are discon-' i men can earn a few dollars to support their families
** cane area
broke the deadlockon
which cured car from Purt Davis sup- I 1 tinned. He will Iefve( with Mrs.' Administrator Hopkins declared
and stranded relatives. Have fewer than 100
erintendent of Camp 3, and attempted 'f the approximate cesl for re- men
the "death sentence." but it is : Ledlow* soon as transportation
to reach Tavernier before ttcririg the railroad to an operative -\ is available. that in his opinion the weather working in entire county.**

agreed generally it was far from the storm struck. Eyewitnessesreport basis. Other than that he Lad Of the mechanical and car de- The projects follow ; "
FOR RESTORING seeing: them leave. A wire no definite information. i pertinent two men are to be re- bureau had not warned residents :
the deciding .factor, from Mrs. Ed Butters of the Production Icrtilizer for WPLbcautlfl'Jijn' .
tained. Charles Lbnn is to remain i. -
further notice! lit. Costar ,
Until I of the in time.
those the inside ROAD SERVICE :Matecumbe Hotel said that it era ,fas watchman. Raleigh Albury Keys

The_trulh i. as on r believed both Pepper and Rosa- raid that the followi-'c emoloyes! projects, $14,865.Plant .
f"ill retain hu position as oil pumper '
view it, neither proponents lind were lost in attempting to I were to be taken out of service at. and Fred Ruter, who is employed Replying to Hop" charges, trees, flowers, shrubbery at gallery, of pub

of the "death sentence" or those OFFICIALS WIRE STATE DE- flee from Lower Matecumbe.also of the once until orders are received restoring I directly out of St. Augustine Charles C. Clark, acting chief of lie library, court house and public schools, $17,327.
Lopez B. Lowry 1 them to service: remains an electrician.

who opposed it so bitterly emerged PARTMENT TO HAVE HIGH Gulf Insurance Company wired -- ,---- the government weather bureuaat Improvement of Roosevelt Boulevard, bridle
that he had been unable to locate
Victorious. And, the utterly vanquished WAY AND BRIDGES PUT IN either through various agencies,I' \ Washington said all storm path, $18,989.

was the utility lobby. SUITABLE CONDITION I including a checkup through hos-' LOCAL PWA ADMINITRATOR DESCRIBES Botanical gardens on municipal golf course, $16-

i pitals. A radio broadcast asking!! warnings had indicated the coursecf
Representative Cooper of Ohio that a lookout be kept for her has i HORRIBLE SCENES AT VETERANS' CAMPHorrible 935.;) j '. : ;. i

one of the Republican conferees I I been sent out. I' the storm.ITALY Plant trees,shrubs on 335 miles of streets, parkways
County and city officials and Other reports yesterday fromV. --- : i .
on the bill probably came as nest i i I : $15,743. >
others have wired C. B. Tread- Stanton of the W1OD radio' conditions exist at food were procured by the Administration

voicing the consenus on the way chairman of the state road station said that Pepper's body i, I here. Develop nursery facilities, green houses at public -
compromise"as ar.y Lower Matecumbe Key untold .
had been found and also that
department urgently petitioning I I I Boats which already had been library, courthouse, botanical gardens, $15,188.
when he told members of the Rosalind and George had been
house: him to use all means available to! seen with Mr. and Mrs. Dumas at veterans I He dead victims of i put in'\ise included two belonging i:i OWN\ CONCEPTION Plant trees, flowers, shrubs on parks and play
restore the highway and bridges which I to the Coast and Geodetic Survey
but trace of the hurricane and
Carabee no
Colony, i waves
think will: : be
'lo n l anyo e Coast Boat grounds, $20,601.Construct .
Guard belonging
i 826 one
to usable condition. Like telegrams them was found at this badly. I
deceived by this different shroud! 'I swept through Camp No. 3 Monday to Bennie Russell another OF CIVILIZATION
have also been sent Governor struck section. I baseball fields, tennis courts at Bay-
of language in which "!eata! has Grooms Palmer and I to "Happy" Saunders the Boca
David Sholtz as follows: Rosalind night it was indicated today view Park Nelson
English and
been newly wrapped." George Pepper are two of the !i Chica and Sailfish of Captain I glowers

By C...hc'" Aid Corcoran Storm damage to transporta-I most popular members of the,when M. E. Cilfond district ERAadministrator Finder the Heron of the Thompson STAND TAKEN BY PREMIER!E, Parks, $20,824.Recondition .

has crippled communication from'I many friends are saddened by the speedboat, "Buddy .ndV. C.I course $19,722.
young braintrusters-Ben Coh.nand ,Key .,West to Miami. Reports' adverse reports.SCHOOL the key leaving behind instructions Mbloney speedboat "Baker CRISIS IN VERY DETERMINED .I'' -
Tom Corcoran-who wrofa show serious damage to highways.I Boy.

the original draft of the bill were bridges and ferries.. Mbnroe county 1 for gas masks. provisionsand Others who Lad offered their AQUARIUM UNIT f fflNii
with ntho assistance of the EXAMS. boats for use. up to shortly after
evident to the last.; It was Cohen I medical supplies to be forwarded .

and Corcoran who drafted ,Section -. FERA within cia 48 hours.install It ferry is absolutely service HERE TOMORROWWILL by boat as rapidly as pos Thompson noon today, Christopher included Knowles Tilman (fly Associated- Press V; ) i t I HELD UP DUE TO. 1 PLANES IN USECARRYING

11, eliminating holding companies ncoessaryi"for! highways and John Gibson, George Gibson, Dar- ROME, Sept. 6. Italy will impose

rind'\ it was they who' re- bridges to be repaired so as to be sible. rell Lowe and J. I. Rainer. RECENT STORM t MAIL

wrote Section 11 and renamed it usable BE HELD FOR THOSE Mr. Gilfond returned only yesterday .Administrator Van Hyning's its own conception o'f civilcation .'. 1 f

the "Barkley compromise.: The people of this city and afternoon from the strickenarea telegram; to Mr Gilfond. authorizing officialsources ( I
him to to oa Ethiopia
LAST move immediately
county therefore most urgently WHO after leaving here early
Gossip:! has it that when the two Lower Matecumbe Key follows: i CAR WITH SPECIMENS COLLECTED -! SERVICE AUTHORIZED BE-
petition you to use every means Wednesday morning. While on insisted today.
sat down to draft the compromisethey : SCHOOL SEMESTER "FERA now in complete charge
and force available to restore the the key he established an inter- STILL AT RAIL.. TWEEN MIAMI AND KEY
kept constantly before them of removal of all bodies from Keys! These sources, added I
highways and bridges in order communication l
copies of supreme court decisionsin ; !key transportation by order of Governor Sholtz. Red M..oliai'l ROAD YARDS AWAITING DEPARTURE WEST BY COL. MOORE WHO
that transportation be re- failed boats
may who .
Exams for pupils system determined Selassie not
the "hot oil" case and the one Cross handling relief and rehabilitation bet
sumed otherwise serious! last and who have been .which had been volunteered by
NRA-each semester! National has FOR CHICAGODr. ARRIVED HERE YESTERDAYMail
which invalidated set Guard police
ing will result in Key West.The sUffer-I I to summer school will be held to- Key Westers. I (eft to his own devices i in his
ting forth in unmistakable language I powers only. Whole program coordinated I
telegrams. were signed by o'clock according -I Last he received from!
morrow morning at 8 I night "
just how far congress: could under Sheriffs Thompson "backward empire. i
Carl Bervaldi chairman board of! made. Conrad Van State ERA
author : to announcement i Hyning. (Karl) and Coleman (Dan). Shedd
go: in delegating legislative L. V. Mayer of the service by planes of the
county commissioners; William H.I|I Pupils are reminded that they administrator full Instructions to!1I "You handle The government spokesman reiterated -
ity. Malone mayor city of Key ;!'must turn in old books before re-'I take charge of the removal of are delegated ,Aquarium of Chicago his crew of(U. S. Marine Corps was estab-
What It Means t removal of all bodies in and near !
Leo H. Warren president city I bodies from 3. "You are Mussolini was not bluffing assistants. Lee Ayers P. J. Laliy!lished when three
Stripped of its technical language ceiving new ones Monday. I Camp Camp Three and will be in complete I Ii. today planes
council; M. E. Gilfond adminis-I'I pupils who have books delegated to handle remove! of f' O. G. Smith and Al Stills on the! piloted H.
the compromise means this: lever'I HOW-I' charge on arrival. Start j when he said: "Nation pr. ( by-Capt D. Boy den.
trator FERA; Arthur Gomdz! son-. they can use this year are all bodies in and near Camp Three i, Aquarium Car Nautilus, are marooned j i
transfer of the I. from Key West ,possible Lieutenant
It executes a early as F. K June and Lieo-
burden of proof as to the public t representative Monroe Junior-' '*- in East Coast Railway tenant Z. C. Hopkins arrived with
interest served, to the shoulders of county. I II I Faculty meeting for arrival the telegram said two de"s. Secure all equipment without; League or against'' company !
the individual holding companies.The ,. I I Senior High teachers will be held'.t ,partEquipment such as axes, machetes,. etc.' awaiting transportation.' j mail from MiamLLieutenant
senate bill decreed death to mmmiFIRE tomorrow 2:30. '| such as axes machetes Purchase all rubber gloves available League." I Dr. Mayer told The Citizen all Wm. Klaus. U. S:

them regardless. The house bill I The following teachers are out :iwd' the like, as well as, and any gasp mgpkj_that: can I arrangements had been made to N., in charge of eoMnunieatmn

would have required the securities ALARM INWORKING ,1 lof town: j j I rubber'gtfves! 'and any effective;, be secured. YOU are authorize!, The Italian statesmen expressed -:I(leave on the afternoon tram Mon- II at Key West nival station told

commission to establish on its CWA ORDERCity Senior 'High: Miss Peeples gas masks were: being gathered i i to employ men needed (room qither confidence that Italy will day. He has asked the aquarium
motion that a holding companywas :Miss Smith. Miss Welsh. (I this morning: to be taken to-; relief or non-r: liet.'roDs. .i-I I!, Authorities to instruct him to have The Citizen this service was authorized -

unnecessary and undesirablefrom Electrician SydneyThompson Junior High: Mrs. Kennedy,, Lower Matecumbe where they Pltfn to divide men into squads i add another accomplishment. to the car loaded on the Ferry Palma i by Colonel Moore U. S. _

the standpoint of public in this Mrs. Knowles, Miss Goehring.;j will be ;>used by approximately l : comb entire section.: Being I :!i sent to Havana there to be loaded I M. CL, who arrived yesterday in

terest. The Citizen morning to requested Mrs. Hilton Mrs. Gomez.A I 200 men who will leave some time' chanics to attempt repair of cars I I the drive through which Fascism: on the Sea Train for New Orleans the largest of the three plane

The "Barkley compromise" provides that the fire alarm announce number of them are expectedto this afternoon for No Name tot' at camps. Also bring email tractors has brought Italy world predi..iPRESCRIPTIONS I arid on arrival at that city go direct -I i I which came here in the aft-.r.I -

that when it holding company system, which had been out come in on the Cuba from' board boats there. I if available ant carpenters; to I I over the Illinois Oentral to 1 I*

is questioned it must prove I of order since the Tampa tomorrow morning. Food provisions already are at, build sleds for dragging out Chicago. 'I| noon.
stormy Lower Matecumbe, Mr. Gilfond bodies. The Nautilus has in its tanks'!I Colonel Moore arranged for
that it is rendering public s rvee I 1
in order to be eligible for .1 1 weather has been tem- having made arrangements Tuesday i I i Think of everytMng possible. I. about 1300 specimens of tropical i planes to come in OM day with the
porarily placed in working order and transporting '' Men who know fish which have been secured since,mail, remain over and depart the
reprieve at the hands of the securities I I DANCE TONIGHTAuspices Wednesday for Confirm instructions immeliatey their compoundIng -
again.i !(
commission or else be dis them to. the stricken area.' additional information. Gas masks' fill your doctor's prescriptionGARDNER'S the arrival of the party August next day. He also advised Lieutenant

solved.It 1 i| in All over alarms the can now for be sent thepresent CUBAN DeMolays CLUB AU day yesterday, boats plied between 'I,, will be delivered during the day. I -at---+ 127. Among the specimens are Klaus that the planes were!

goes: further than that. AI I system Orchestra No Name and Lower M&te-i Advise Major Albury (William) i approximately 85 species constituting available at any time in eases of
at least Mr. Thomp-
holding company hailed before the'[ son .tatea.I. ADMISSION ........______...____..._ 60e: cambe Keys transferring the provisions I that these instructions will be con- PHARMACY j says Dr. Mayer one of the emergency, and would of be sent to
commission msty be paroled on to the scene of destitution.! firmed by General Collins (V. B.) Phone 177 Free Delivery best collections be has secured Key West case need and
'I I. Serpentine and 1 of .- (since first coming to Key West. upon advices of Lieutenant Klaus
good public interest behavior. ,I'II'.I'.I".JIT I"AJ'.I Approximately 5,000 pounds i.





'iEbe i lit BOTH NATIONS SIGNED, ing Street Methodist Church,.Rev, ........ ...............
Citizen ITS TRUE! By Wiley Padan ;
.. KEY WEST IN Win. E. Bryant officiating I Today's Horoscope
Published r>allr Except Sunday ByTHE
We recall how bitter the denunciation m
CITIZEN FCBLIIHI\G, Ct*, IMC. was DAYS GONE BY The I........................
L. P. ARTtt .5f. President Key West team lost the,
JOE ALLEN, Assistant B..t.... Manager of Germany when the Imperial '!' Yon .
From The Citizen Building Happening Here Just 10 Years first game of a series with the t who are born this day have
Corner Greene and Ann StreetOmIT Chancellor, taken to task for the invasionof r CAN OPERATE A RACING rf r Ago Today As Take Fran : Okeechobee: team yesterday aft-|i' a joyous nature and a calm, ohlig-
PlANE RlDf ; ernoon in the barracks.ling! character which, while it may
/GAR. C The File Of The Citizen i i army
Dally K ewspaper In Key West and Monroe Belgium in 1914 referred the '
to treaty ,. ij
County. -iirmss, tr miseorry 1v41SiAP1G > Quintan Lopez did the twirlingfor not be forceful is nevertheless of
tnttred at Key Nee Florida as second clan matter which guaranteed Belgian independenceas iI the 1 local team whife Bryant J!I great influence in a very effective '
1'11;'i' -:81 CTU PEAR A nine pound baby boy was received -|'was in the box for the visitors.|{ way. The:life is fortunate
Heather .f the Associate1 press a "scrap of paper" with much joy at the homer :The game was closely contended]I and the ideas lofty with a turn
The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use of and Mrs\ Fred Lowe
for r"-: :.Sagas of aU news dispatches credited tot Italy is preparing to invade Ethiopia Mr. on. and ended with a score of 4 to 3, toward music and poetry. Thereis
ir not otherwise credited In this paper and also Fleming street, September 5.' for the visitors j some danger .f a few of berit-
_the local news published here. notwithstanding a treaty signed with I aJl Mother and baby are .reported as age through no fault of your own.

RATIONAL EDITORIAL) ) France and Great Britain recognizing and Thing nicely.Installing Among the recent visitors to
ASSOCIATION Key West was Joseph Montecino, The ancient Egyptians used
u guaranteeing Ethiopian independence.This Officer William's oft i
SVBSCRIPTION! RATES treaty was signed before the World the Ancient and Illustrious Order)I tecino of Key West, who is now i slate and wood.
of Knights of Halt, will arrive* I
Six One'Tear h$1: : : too: War Since the end of that titanic struggle 1 in Key West tomorrow to install; making his home in Miami. Mr.
Montecino is electrician
X.IO '' an of i
Three Months JU the officers of Oriental Com- KEY WESTCOLONIAL
One Month ,_ .85 the League of Nations has been formed note and was formerly connected
Weekly __=.:._ :::::=..:.:::==- .20 BECKETT I mart mandery at a regular meeting to I HOTEL
with the Key West Electric Com-
and the Paris Pact the
( Kellogg-Briand be held tomorrow evening. All

Made known en SPECIAL application.NOTICE Treaty) signed by Italy, and a host of I STEPPED FIRST TAIIOR INTO TH MADE TK3NIP/sunT foldsJRSUIT' UK requested members of to the be in organization attendance are at I,: pany.A II I In the Center of the Businessand

Alt reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of Theater District
respect. obituary notices, etc' will be charged for at other nations. Italy is violating all threeof % UNlfOPM -.,,r1E0 the meeting when the visitor pays i; year ago T. F. McCord andE. I
the rate of 10 cents a line. his official visit R. Calloway of the Florida I
these commitments.
First Class
-FireproofSensibU -
Nottre for entertainments by church from whicha i j
revenue Is to be derived are K cents a line. Article X of the P !state road department, swam the j RatesCOFFEE
The Citizen 4s an pn forum and invites discussion League Covenantsays There are approximately 500. flood waters between the highway

Interest OY public but it issues will not and publish subjects anonymous of local or communications general- : "The members of the League undertake automobiles to take part in the I' and the railroad tracks to flag I I I SHOP NOW OPEI

?;" to respect and preserve against external parade Monday when the grand! down a train and prevent a wreck.
s celebration is held for the opening -!i The other day they received $25 Car.,. Elevator
aggression the territorial integrityand !'each in from I
of the Over Sea Highway. a passenger -. Popular Prices
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST existing political independence of all The parade will form at the cor-'I on the train. I J

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN members of the League." ner of Southard and Simonton

... streets and will wend,its way out!*!
Article II of the Kellogg pact says: M liON toward the beginning of the:!

1. Water and Sewerage. "The high contracting parties agree that second link of the highway. One'

the settlement or solution of all disputes or CAN TURN A of the greatest celebrations in the
2.. Bridges to ,eo p1ete'R.oad; to Mainland -. ; f1M1FKT suet tf s r history of the city has been under -I
conflicts of whatever nature or whatever l4tTJD ON A ,
: LATHE f Cf ''PURSUIT. MASTAKJN way for some time and the
I origin they may be, which may arise STAd UP K/ODOWORK1N6 AS A plans were all consummated this ll I I I..T l!I-. .illl I milIT'S '

SFree Port. < among them shall never be sought exceptby }v h' HOBBY, AMP HAS INSTALLED A- afternoon.The I fir
'i i.a..a;_._. eoMPure SHOP IN HU HOME/
4. Hotels and "Apartments, .!. j I' .: pacific mearts.h a aa aar .:.f
t:J. southernmost realty company -
5. Bathing Pavilion.. r ,' |1. './ Germany a few months ago deliberately "IT'S TRUE I That a kitchen on a truck, a traveling garage, will formally open today.!

6. Airports-Land. and,Sea.j 1 : violated the provisions of the and a traveling power-plant provided all the comforts of home When it will announce a numberof 4 f
for the oddest location company ever sent out onto the highways f. 1
7. Consolidation of County( and City Treaty of Versailles and lots for sale in the Florezita
was denouncedfor and byways to film a picture", says artist Wiley Padan. "This Subdivision at Boca Chica. George' PURER! 1
Governments. it but this agreement had been dictatedto was a motorcade, or motorized studio, which filmed 'Pursuit', D. Crittenden and Mario Martinezare "

a defeated Germany by overwhelminghostile Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's adventure romance of the highroad the organizers and Floyd ? ?t11 t1\\ LASTS LONGER! a

forces at the close of a long war. It which extended from San Francisco to the Mexican Border 1"TODAY'S Schrader has been made sales Ii
Nothing is certain except death and Five who will ICE REFRIGERATORS
-- -------- manager. men be
hardly represented a free and voluntary
that taxes will be higher. employed as salesmen are to come
agreement of the German nation. from the north and receive from Made of all metal-equipped ,t

On the other hand the League Cove- l WEATHER ]I Mr. Crittenden instructions rel- //rl i with WATER COOLERSThey're 1

Japan and Italy believe in getting nant: and the Paris Pact were signed by ative to conditions on the keys
and the aims of the organization. ( Economical
while the getting is good. Italy and Japan without coercion 3 E
I Temperatures I sional showers over south' por I R

1> Japan violated them by invading China Highest ......................._.............91 : tion. Editorial comment: Schools 100 Per Cent Refrigeration ',
The smart brush salesman always and Asia :and Italy will soon disregardboth Lowest .. 75 opening all over the country and I T1 Satisfaction

asks the lady of the house if her motheris by invading in Africa. Mean ..:::::.::::::--:,:::::::..::::.:::-:;:::83 i WEATHER: CONDITIONSThe to taxpayers keep them Will going also have purses to of the be I Priced at .I
Normal Mean ,5
in. Unless something is done to increasethe tropical disturbance was opened wider than usual. l ;

respect of nations for their signed Rainfall I central this morning near the Virginia I $3O 35
Yesterday' Precipitation .33 Ins. Capes moving rapidly north- The U. S.. S. Bayspring. Cap- and i
Perhaps one reason why fat: folks are word, treaties might as well be considered Normal Precipitation_ .22 Ins.I eastward attended by strong shift tain Thomas James is due to ar- I
good natured is that they can neither fight useless and their negotiation a waste of rsdlsg. .1 his. .rrrvrd( t> .'"I1 revere. IhU:.-....1'.rala.pertod-. ing winds and gales. Storm warn- rive tomorrow from Havana with EASY TERMS-10 DAYS k $

nor run. time. Tomorrows Almanac I ings are displayed northward to Troop 2 Boy Scouts on board. The I ;ti r E1 FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

/ Sun r'ses: .................... 6:10 a. m. Boston. troop has been in camp near the
Sun sets ..................... 6:40 p. Rains have been general in the Cuban capital for the past two ICE CO. 1''
For some time to come>,> at least, DEFYING THE CONSTITUTION Moon nses: ..._...-....... 2:36 p. Atlantic States being heavy, at weeks and have had a most enjoy t INC.-

everybody will be l looking for the Ethiopianin Moon\ sets ..._..__.___..12:21 a. m.1 I New York City 1.60 inches, Washington able, time. 1)11) ;
D. O. 3.36 Hat-
(Leesburg Commercial) Tomorrow's Tide Phone No. 8
the woodpile. teras N. C1.60 inches and :Miss Irene Burrus, daughter of
There was a writing on the wall and it was A.M. P.M.1 I! Charleston, S. C., 1.46 inches. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Burrus and
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read by one of the ancient kings, 'one Nebuchard- High >: Temperatures have risen above Thomas L. Smart. United: States
. : Low .__........1129 9:58.
Some men have such a great Reverence nezzar. normal in the northern Plains Navy will be joined in wedlock

for the truth that they keep a respectful Barometer 8 a. m. todayt i I i States, but are below the seasonal tomorrow afternoon. The cere-
There is a writing on the wall of political Sea level, 29.98.WEATHEh j will be ; 111'
t distance from it: ,; average in most sections east mony performed in "Flem- t -
Florida today. Some have read it. -FORECAST of the Rockies, except on the -4> _

The Commercial has been reluctant to com- West Gulf coast and in the South

, It takes a strong man mentally to en- Allantic States. r..II.1.1.1'I.lII
ment because one of our townsmen was involved, (Till 8 p. m., Saturday' ) G. S. KENNEDY, s.......................................................s............
dure an overdose of praise. Most peopleare probably most deeply of alL At least, his has been Key West and Vicinity: Partly Officer in Charge .

overcome by its spell. the cloudy tonight and Saturday '
spectacular example. ........................
State Senator T. G. Fntch of Leesbnrg is the //L ;/ \\r.. .. I

A man named Damrich has just been target for many newspaper editorials and his is (// 7I" Today In History

admitted to a western poorhouse. Not the example set forth by the Florida tax revision .. I ........................ September SpecialsH."JCaJ"nized

much In that name either. league as the most flagrant, because he was named 1810-First American colonists : S
vi's \ i I for the Pacific coast, the John J.
attorney for the racing commission, a job created I Astor trading enterprises left

Jonah is interested in knowing if any- out of whole cloth by the 1935 legislature of rib : New York City.

one:ever found that dollar George Washington which Senator Futch was a very important mem- ..(" :!. .-, Vt t I

threw across the Potpmac. ber. ........ l 1899-Historic note of John WILLOW
r--... III I h Hay Secretary of State, on the CLOTHES ;
To lay minds the question is settled that Sen-
Showara Partly Cloudy
\ ',' "Open Door" in China. et
ator Futch hasn't the slightest claim to the salary 12-QL Baskets BASKETS
:Not all fairy tales start with "Once probably loc 1 showers; gentle to .

uprni a time." Sometimes they sfarb! wjfh"Mjr : that goes with that appointment. He was a mem- moderate winds mostly south or 1901PresidentMcKinley shot i :
dear, I was detained at the > ber of the legislature that created the job and he southwest I by 14th.anarchist Buffalo-di4 the 30C$1.40 ,
t1l' fu
Florida: Generally fair tonightand I : i i
''Iin was appointed to the job soon .after the legisla- Saturday except probably,I -

4 ture adjourned. south, 1909-Peary announced his di"="hi :
Ignorance of the law excuKS no one l local showers in extreme 1.-j i :
Now Senator Futch is only one of-we are portion; slightly cooler tonight j covery of the North Pole as of FLOO'i
but-when the judge himself errs, \ higher I
|I April 6th-five days previously
informed on reliable authonty-55 members of in extreme north portion. !
court straightens the matter out for him. Jacksonville: to Florida Straits: Dr. Cook had startled world with .
the recent legislature that have received appoint- Moderate south or southwest winds i I, his announcement of the same. GARBAGE CAN
ments. We have another instance in our own and partly overcast weather to-1 j \\ ,
Oliver Wendell Homes said 'a mouth- Ike night and Saturday with scattered !| 1914-Great battle of qthe h i ; .
county. Representative Kennedy got an appointment ,"
ful when he remarked that "sin has many 'I showers over' south portion. j i:Name began. I \ 85c
to a mighty good job that was createdby East Gulf: Moderate south or i \. : 8 sizes to pick : :
tools, but a lie is the handle that fits them
the 1935 Legislature. Some fifty-odd more southwest winds except gentle 1929-President Hoover firm in : 'I i s from I. s,4S
all. variable over extreme north por-I his naval reduction' moves. I
members of the same session got good jobs by ap- ; I :
-7"-' tion and partly overcast weather .
pointment. So, to the lay mind, not single one tonight and Saturday with ocea- Subscribe to The Citizen. .
Arthur Brisbane advises not to fail to
of these appointees has the right to draw a ANOTHER C
see California and the San Diego Exposi- month's week's --- '" --.., .
salary or a traveling expenses. .
tion, then on beyond a thousand miles I That's the the the
way ordinary citizen reads

through Oregon- and Washington to 'Can- constitution and the way he thinks about the poli- 53-Piece Dinner Set |

adiTs border.- Arthur' is not talking to us; : tical racketeering that has been going on in re- Your Checking Account"Aq Imported

t that means a heap o money. cent months. .

The legislators who are defying the constitution Permanent Record Given This Week

t : "Youth must be served" has been a of Florida are going to try to get by on a 1: 1 >: 'I' '* :i Away :S

slogan for a long time and it is about time technicality-mark our words. *y AZ >With the many new Federal and State! taxes, MW .....e*...eee t+o.1< :

that it take its chances with the rest of us. But common sense avd the sense of the ordinary -\ wore' Aka ..er. it is important that yon keep a permanJ -

In:fact: youth is mentally and physicallymore citizen combine to say that the constitution. I J :, Vecerd of your every transaction. : ,

: able to do so than those grown older.1 reads without ambiguity-..:and -we believe the for yoal Your Your checking t deposit; account and with chocks us are can a keep reliable your ano1 hooks ate I LIGHT BULBS 25 to 60 Watt,2 for 1Sc 15 1%

supreme court of Florida is going to read it the ceptable record of your Income and outgo, your sales and i i

Uncle Sam. is not likely to listen to same way. expense fully worth the small charge made for the serv

the siren song of perfidious Albion to join We believe the constitution is clear in its ice. Then of course if your balance is sufficient then I s O

her in warning the other nations not to engage language-so different from most laws passed by are no

in war. Its shinny on your own side the legislature. We believe it 'provided against monthly statement is rendered you which you should I South Florida Contracting r& Engineering Co. j
heep. I If it should bo lost, cHar files on your account are I
this time and he doesn't have to be told such political moves. '
always open to you.
again how to make a dollar slick; he's The Commercial has waited much more thana See us for complete; hashing service. { Phone 598 White and J Eliza Streets j

been told the answer much to his regret reasonable time for any appointee to ask us to

but also to his bitter experience. And whileon attempt to justify his appointment. None has ap uy om home is worthy of the
The First National Bank of Key West
this subject Brother Johnathan, how peared. Therefore we are giving our readers I. best"S

about coming with some of the simply what appeals to us as the situation existing
across .1 J I Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationi ............................*oPACE .......................................:
mono_ we .loaned you during the last ,war?, today. 'IIIIII"



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BY JtrfAKrA.lt tJZMs COLUMN Anniversaries

SPORTS ...........:..........:. !!

fut ftavrmitt.c.. .... I.sMr 4rdM.'rtiton r* College.iltkovfh fta.. Juoun extended ner own hem.invmaon.with I ..... ....; 1729-Moses Mendelssohn, Ger "I WILL 8E HELD TO AID VETS
**. wanted, to pa to rylitter. "Why can'tOB com maid man-Jewish philosopher burn. FROM CAMPS IN KEY
mains* Ftlt.*' k.r M.tk.r.eateJ see the Carroll menagerieT WANTED
tkat a ski ha* ettledJ Died Jan. 4, 1786.1757Marquis I I WEST
J teerytkl.y cl.. *. Emily and her Emily glowed.Td lore it. but rm
l.tker'a ..{.!..... Cmtiy *.. jilt not how Mother would feel house
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adoring but sky 'ct kiwis: .f ..rdmor* ker roam- about my not coming homer with two or more bedrooms I, 1 I There will be a big benefit contest -
U 4tt* C.rr a. eke 4* major-general in our Revolution
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cr.: ..t tfrwyoiwibb yiri" Judithce Judith's assurance was boundless. .1BAmNG pre f era b/ly between High Scand : b oo, I, who also of his fortuneto I tan c g h t ai roynew Park lor
./ N" .k. lure arrived, too lat. "1.don't believe shell refuse If we 1 1I 1 ........................1 Hams School. State full gave part in the Veteran from the bridge
fa ream key trunk to rniuto .lety DEFEAT [ the notable figure
tk. _Ur.... handle her properly. i i REDBIRDS NO D1AMONDBALL I particulars. Box B., The Citi- French cause history born in_ France. camps on the storm-stricken! Floe
Frances would have liked very AVERAGES! zen Office. sept63txI ida Keys who are in Key West.
f Chapter Three much to refuse but In some way WEEK 1___ _____I Died there May 20, 1831 The Lopez Funeral Hm dia-
NEW LIFE Judith(she was out-maneuvered never very her clear and how she) I ; I I WANTED tJhanee to bid on; 1766--;>nn Dalton, famous Bees.mondbaJI team will play the Buy

ended by Emily's producinglinen (By JOVE) I your next printing order. The;; chemist anj physicist,
; English :
found that she had consented. Judith .
and making the bed. while even managed since Emily was LEAD OVER GIANTSCHICAGO I 73w't' : (By)JOVE." ) ........................ ; ATtman' Press aag7'' :i lx>rn. Died July 27, 1844. Ingraham Batteries for will the be Embalmers A. Lonn and and

Judith unpacked frothy underwear eighteen.now, and since it was Impossible The hitters in the r
On account of the recent disaster leading Ward and M. Arevedo for the
and talked Incessantly. for Mrs. Felton to come to I I on the Florida Keys and so Senior Diamondball L .a'giJe'm as I,, FOR RENT i I 1800-'c.hanne Esther! Be.: her Bakers.

"I'm lucky brute to draw a room- Birmingham Just then to superintend CUBS MOVED UPWARD I many people in Key West sorrow- follows: teacher: lecturer and writer The game will be called at; 8
mats like yon." she said throwing the buying of Emily's ward RESULT OF THEIR, I ing over loss of relatives and Player- AB R. II. Ave. ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL;!cue of the great women of her o'clock sharp Come out and help

garment carelessly into a drawer. robe. The result was disconcerting. AS I friends games which were scheduled Sterling ___n_.'__ 12 1 6 .500 apartment furnished Conveniences -!; generation. who strove to further a good cause.
"1 '
Wnd." while they waited for her favorite i I Social Leagues have been! G. Gonzalez _._ '14 2 6 .425 Southard street. ng31 <]l celebrated Beecher family, born

Emily laughed."Just the opposite. saleswoman to finish with a customer PHILLIES I I called off I Ward ___ 7 3 3 .420 I r[near New York. Died there. May

h. been thoroughly mothered all that we'd better capitalize I I : Play will be resumed in both,)Alfonso .__....__ 11 2 5 .455 FURNISHED APARTMENT with I,I 12. 1878. j jI
my -lie." TOUT type.'Yon know: the startled. circuits next meek j A. Lunn _....mO_ 803 .375 Electric: Ice Box. Archie Thompson -'i I -

Judith grinned Impishly. "Then fawn standlng-wlth .feet (!SpcrUl t. Tke (;Allies : I Barcelo __.____._ 14 3 5 .350 1001 Eaton street. Phone ;I 1805-Horatio Greenough.. early 1 RUSSELL'SCIGAR
UuU'c where you learned the trick so type." NEW YORK Sept. 6.-The St. i Artman __--.----.. 622 .333 879-J. eept4-lmoz!: American sculptor of first-rank

'well. Perhaps yonll be an example Emily giggled.. "Am I as bad as Louis Cardinals went to victoryover LEAGUE :STANDINGS; Baker __.___ 12 1 4 .333 'I I| born in Boston. Died. Dee. 18,J
lor tie: 1 might even become reconciled thatr McCarthy _.___ 12 2 4 .333 BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Mod-; 1852.

to Ardmore" "Bad. my eye! Toull be damn the Boston Braves by a score i C. Vilal .....___... 622 .333 era conveniences and garages.: I

"Von didn't want to come here!" good.Particularly down home where of 15 to 3, swamping the Bostonians AMERICAN LEAGUE Walker ________ 301 ..333P. Apply Valdes Bakery. j I I 1811-Jam--: Culls naval STORE0
Not much. 11'. the penalty for all the women,are large and raw- Club- W. L. Pct, Castro _...____ 923 .333 aug8-lmo i:! astronomer who planned and
having the family intelligence. But boned and either J horsey or doggy. 'all long the route. The I 1, Detroit ._._h_'._ 80 43 .650 Hale 923 .333 | equipped first U. S. observatory i iI -

I didn't mind enough to make aa Is,' David will have. a cerebral hemor- Cards increased their lead over! New York .... .- 70 52 .574 A. Acevedo _._'_ 9 2 _3 .333 FOR RENT-Completely furnished solely devoted to research born t
'me if it," she added.. .rbaga" i l I. Cleveland 65 59 .524, bungalow with garage j it Georgetown, D.'C. Died there Daily Baseball Returns

the Giants in the National League I Boston ........huu._.._ 64 62 ..s08I ( and all modern conveniences.I Feb. 9, 1865.

c _. _- :. pennant race by three games as I I Chicago -..-,_...- 51 60 .459 Other league data: Apply 905 South street. I By Yae
s I I Philadelphia __. 61 68 .429 Most two-base hits, Albury 2, aug28-tf:I i860-Jane Addams, famed Chicago
the result of the victory while
G. Acevedo 2, A. Castro 2, A.
.._ 51 72 .415
E Washington -----'- head of Hull House, champion -0-
the New Yorkers lost. Moore, Rt> St. Louis i _"_'0_ 48 74 .393 Acevedo 2. ROOMS I of world born at Ced- GET THE
rl r d-I I' Most stolen bases Hale 2. A.
arville 111. Died in Chicago, May
bird outfield set a season RESULTS OF THE
Acevedo 2, P. Gonzalez 2, A. Castro "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled .
ir1I'rt when he lambasted six hits in six 2. in price and location' MAJOR BASEBALL
Club- W. L. Pet !
Three-base hit, Jones 1. water. 128 N. E. 4th
) times at bat. Collins went the St. Louis _.-._m 81 47 .633 running 1869-James K. Hackett. nod LEAGUES0
; New York .._.n_.__ 77 49 .611 Struck: out Salinero 4, street Miami Fla. aug26-lmox: actor and Shakespearian player -
whole route for Frisch's lo I
men Chicago __._0..__._ 81 52 .609 4.Bases baths 'R. Barce-I PIANO TUNING born at Wolfe Island Ontario, CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
weakening ;in the final innings.A Pittsburgh ......._..... 75 58 .564 on \ I Canada. Died in Paris, Nor. 8, I DRINKS

pair of Cincinnati rookies, Brooklyn ....,.__m..n 58 69 .457 PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-11926. SOFT ,
Philadelphia ........__ 54 73 .425 ETC.
Alex TODAY'S GAMES Excellent piano for sale
Kampouris and AI Hollings- reno. !
Cincinnati ._._......_. 57 75 .432 1018 Division street. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c II III
worth, combined their efforts to 1 Boston ...-.....-..---- 33 93 .301 cheap. ang26-lmox I weekly. -
give the New York Giants' pen- I AMERICAN LEAGUE

nant quest another severe set- Sedan-chairs were first used in Chicago at New York. FOR SALE -
back: The pitching of Rollings- the town of Sedan France and St. Louis at Washington.
Yt worth and the hitting of were introduced into England by Detroit at Philadelphia TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 STEAMSHIP Co.

pouris tory. gave Castleman the Reds was a the 3 to losing Kam-j'I I Sir S. Duncombe in 1634. Cleveland at Boston.NATIONAL sheets 75c. The Artman Press.aug7 P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST

pitcher. I cuso, Danaing; Hollingsworth and LEAGUE MAIL ROUTES FOR
Frank DeMaree's single with the! Lombard! .
: Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
bases> loaded and one out in the bundles 5c. The Citizen Of-.
I' New York at Cincinnati. I Effective! March 18th 1935
eleventh inning gave the challenging At St. Louis R. H. E. Philadelphia at Chicago.' fice. oct6! Leave Key West 'for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Cubs a 3 to 2 overtime victory Boston ___.._..__.____._ 3 7, 5 I Boston at St. Louis. I 12 20 P. StLeave
t over Philadelphia. The Windy St. Louis ..._.._._.._15 19 1 PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I
tUk" City Tribe moved into second Batteries: Frankhouse Betts cards, $1.25. The Artman Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and
place in eyi almost virtually tie and Sophrer; Collins and Davis. Control of automobile parking Press. ana7" days, 6:30 P. M.

Judith unpacked-and talked Incessantly. with the Giants. on state highways through small TIckaU R*..rr.tloB. sad Information at Ticket OffU o Jdon-I
An, eighth-inning rally markedby At Chicago R. H. XL cities and towns in California lies PRINTING-Quality Printing at I Dock 'P. .. 71
An ue'fell alseep that night Emily DAVID Emily had learned before two doubles and a home run i Philadelphia ___..__. 271 with the state motor Vehicle department the Lowest Prices. The Art- J.;*. 'COSTAR, Agent
wondered what would have happened was Judith's brother. He
gave the Pirates four runs and a Chicago ____ 373 j) man Press. ag7.
If she had "made an issue of was twenty-two just out ct Tulane
5 to 4 victory over the Brooklyn Batteries Davis and Todd
it." Tl j possibility of such a course and the be-all and end-all of Judith's : ; ----- -
dodgers. Root and O'Dea.AMEIICAN.
had nt Per occurred to her. existence. His picture adorned her
The Red Sox couldn't
She wore for one week a large; desk: a figure that was gay and score
'placar.. on her back bearing her full careless and smiling that wore enough ,runs to win for Lefty LEAGUE 1-
Grove but they could and did for First Can
name. ihe participated In the Fresh dilapidated riding breeches and a
Wes Ferrell result they At Boston R. II. I:.
,man-Si phomore Stunt which culmInated shirt thrown open at the throat ifid as a Hn
split a doubleheader with the Cleveland ..........._.._.....814 1
.n a truce and the ceremonyof Theta was a Horse In the picture FIRMS -
the hatchet third-place Cleveland Indians. Boston ..__.__.u.m._. 1 6 1
buying and shining Irish setter at his feet -
The summaries follow: Batteries: Hudlin and Phillips;
After that she settled down to the The thought of meeting David left .
routine tf college: swiftly passing Emily a little shaken and breathless."I'm NATIONAL LEAGUEAt Grove and Berg.
Pittsburgh R. H. E.
,days of study nights of soft beautyon scared to death! she ad
the campus; when the moon silvered mitted. Brooklyn ...__*_.._ 491 Second Game Who 'Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemFRl i.
Lie roofs and etched the tower "Rats! Judith cast & critical eye Pittsburgh .....__..__.._ 5 13 0 At Boston R. H. E. 'I _

cf Mal. in dark grace against the at a dinner-frock of autumn-leaf chiffon Batteries: Leonard Mungo and o Cleveland 173
sky. In a nearby case. "The secret Padden; Birkofer, Hoyt and Pad- Boston .._......__..-----...--.- 671
lies In looking sweet and not being den. I Batteries: Lee, C. Brown and

jade friends; not with the shocked at anything they say or do." I Brenzel; W. Ferrell skid R. Fer-
SHE } catholicity of Judith but A large order. Emily feared for At Cincinnati R. II. E. rell. JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S 1FT'S

quietly and surely. She made the one who had cut her teeth on words New York ._.._........_ 1 10 0 I
class tunls team and found herself like Duty and Responsibility to the Cincinnati ____..._.___... 4 1 0 All other games in the American You'li find out bow
appoint to various minor omces Less Fortunate.A Batteries: Castleman and Man- League rained out. 328 SIMONTON ST. good it 1& when you try ECES. CASH GROCERY

delegat.d to freshmen. There was car with a liveried chauffeur ,
-- ----,-- the first cup tb 25c. SPECIALTY
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apparet tly a great deal more to college met- them In- -Montgomery- and- drove 1101 Division Street
than books and because she them the fifteen miles to Carrollton. =r'I'IIII'III..4rIIIII.d..
had premised Frances to do her Itrwaa one of the few real planta-I P L U M BIN G LARGO' ttJ 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

best she took it all as it came. liqtfpJetflTJ Alabama Emily had !\ v. & S., Ib 15c.

Unde. Judith's expert tutelage she learned and there were miles and
even learned to laUgh. heartily and tnUes of tdevoted to cotton and I "Make Your Paper Pay Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
often aid was amazed to discover Cora;:homes, dogs and quaiL Mr. DURO PUMPS Groceries

how unimportant her troubles I Carroll played the cotton market STAR COFFEE MILL

seemed j to long as she dared to when the hunting season wtsn't- on.. I PLUMBING SUPPLIES, NURSERY .
laugh at them. with varying success. & You Dividends! 512Greene Street- Complete Line Fresh
She went home for week-ends *"W9'ka; t d*, >ur fat years and our I PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits .nd\Veket.blea
lean bnha." Judith had explained PHONE 597
twice a jionth.and on the last tripketore'Lhristmas I
took Judith with carelessly "and this is one of the s s i

}er. JeJrey was entranced but fat ones.Next year we'll probably be '
selling the cars and Jewelry to pay SELECT SEA FOODSREAD 'HAPPY DAYSARE. HERE
Trances attractive thought and her wondered rather dangerously If she the taxes. Money Saving Prices I N S U R A NeE

wasn't a demoralizing influence for "Why not save something on the Jewfiah 2 Ibs.-. 35c
Emily. fat years!" Emily wanted to know. Yellowtail Steak 2 lbw 35c '

Edwin eyed her with distrust, as have'Because If we did that we'd never Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers I Yellowtail 0. Bone. 2 11>>. 25c .Officet 3U DRnl Street
any fun. A* it is. we really en- r
one of the major planets entirely 'Joy life about half of the time. savings on Grouper 2 11>>.. ZSc SUNDAY STAR
closely for special your
outside his orbit and confided: privately S S I
She had never before encounteredsuch Snapper, 2 Iba .r- 2Sc
to Emily that he thought her household necessities. Make your paper pay you TELEPHONE N0.1I
pure as went to makeup Mutton Fisl.i IN. 25c '
frivolous. Judith's creed. Her reaction was dividends. The most interesting news in the SabrnAbran fz Per Ye ar

But Emily whet agreed a bore it promptly.would be"She If everyone Is.. compounded. of fascination and repulsion i paper today is the advertising where you can I Large FRESH Select SHRIMP.Oyahn Key West's Only Sunday -THETry Your Meal. At

did his duty and took life soserlousI7. The car swept into a driveway. save dollars on the family budget by
many I Fresh Crab Meat :is It ca. 6Sc Paper Dtlm'Ot. cO Restaurant
and Emily caught her breath at the patronizing those merchants who advertise their S i t FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
"Not half as boring as If everybody beauty of It. There were houses Business Office Citizen B..w..r Beer .__ 15.
took life as she does. she realised suddenly. that repelled''' goods. Building
LOWE FISH COMPANY; Sis eo.ne Dinars ---
Emily looked thoughtfuL Tm not your advances; and there were'houses .COMPANY
so sure. Anyhow. wish I were built that held out their arms and,' PHONE 151 PH ONE 51 ________ 10e. 7Sc. a" as.
that way." said "Come in, come In-! THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COSTS

"I don't." Edwin told her firmly Judith's house held out its arms. OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL'OF EVERY.

and significantly! : ''I like you much ICo,, gU. lili.-=t.Marian Si....} BODY'S PURSE.A AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD .

better as you are.- Emily It lntr.dncid to the Carroll > 1536 Fleming Street DE BOER
When the Easter holidays arrived bedlam" tomorrow. pad in package JENNIE B.

.- "'. -- merchant who advertises his. prices l eV:7: -FUNERAL HOME i

........................ Board of Tax Appeals born at charged a.customer 20 cents for an article that a :" i

Today's Birthdays! Lisbon 47 years ago. : non-advertising' merchant charged 40 cents for. Watch e PRINTING DIpIIIH. Sr.... b.U. -

Why this big difference Doetee
.... ...................I I Frank II. Epearman of Hollywood -i -c-ite.F
Cai., novelist born at Buffalo A DONE BY US NOTARY -puBlicTHE
Arthur Train of New York City,
noted novelist born in Boston 60 I,I N. Y., 76 years ago. Is By patronizing< the merchants who present t WATCHMAKER, JEWELER LICENSED DBALnRARTMAN

years ago.William. Katharine N. Burt of Wyom- their prices frankly and openly each week you AND ENGRAVER -

ing. Western novelist, born in New help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT I See Thin For Your Nett Weak p AbaLaa S.r.k: -
B. Greeley of Seattle, York 53 years ago.
Wash, forester ex-chief U. S.
Otto Kruger actor born at Toledo Citizen 81.1. LADY ATTENDANT Citizeia Office '
Forester born at Oswego N. Y., Hevat 9 Ie iz-I t. 8 :
56 Ohio 50 years ago. \1-0 N'E 51
years afro. iMake your paper pay you"dividends. LI Open Satullar Mlta 1'1... 'sa Nine Slier
Henry Seidel Cajnby of New

Ernest H. Van Fowan! of Lisbon York editor-author born at Wilmington .. } __ .. .. __ __ -- ..0..'
\if; .I".I..I.I.. ,
Ohio, member of the U. S. ; Del, 57 years ago. ,
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AWAIT ARRIVAL NEW CLASSES INSTENOGRAPHY r at 9 o'clock. Serpentines, noisemakers ,
Past Lives Again At Ford Village WEEP\ EVENT 1[ and favors will be givento

OF BOAT WITH TO HERETONIGHT guests to add to the hilarity of

I IBy the occasion. A large attendance


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MIAMI THIS MORNING FOR WORK WILL ALSO We wept for CLUB .. ...._.. ... .....lag H......


Mowed down in Robert J. Perry Chapter Order -
MASTER HARRIS WEST ADMINISTRATIONNew a 11S "Still in the of DeMolay will sponsor a f

said. dance at Cuban Club tonight. Y
This is the affair which Av '' I I'o
"How sad to see was scheduled i'
Postmaster Sam Harris said classes in stenography and that!" for Labor Day but was postponed }tt

this afternoon he was awaiting the secretarial work will start next I I due to the storm.

arrival of a coast guarl cutter Monday, under the sponsorship of Now weep for : Everything that had been plan- th '
have joined ned for Labor Day will be
which left Miami 10 o'clock this the educational division of the presented
Their buddies of tonight John Pritchardand
morning with assorted mall for t Florida ERA, Mrs. Nina Ryder : Those "Vets" his orchestra will furnish a l t
Key West and Cuba. The vessel Johnson said today. All summer .. .ut i good program, of dance music. Jarkseuvllle. Fieri*
will take on a large amount of classes will be discontinued this -j ar r. On the raging The dance will begin promptlyPALACE CHA9.! B. GR. ItR. Manage
mail which arrived frost Cuba and week. tI A human, home-like Institution
a'so mail northern and '" Their fate i where you will find year leelvMaal
for points I Ii I was _. ..
Students who are now taking fert entertainment a matter *
sail soon after arrival. r Death of that g: of great Importance.
This service, said the postmaster -i courses may enroll in the new, tamped by I Comedies and Serial -

is in addition to that which i j classes Mrs. Johnson said and 1 r1.v. I And returned to Flying Down To Zero, The Tin JL steel flrs re.r k.lUI.B l_. 4In
; killed Man Tin e Oat Horse Heir. the heart .f the city
became effective: today by airplane -new students will be accepted for \
Another plane is due to k't. By too harsh The Miracle -o--
enrollment. Classes will be held, :r (Serial) Every Room with Combination Tub
arrive this afternoon with mail school I 4 love, Matinee 5-10et Night: tO-15e and Shower Bath. Radio Electra
and will also take mail, he said. at the high i And a changing I- Ceiling Fan. Hat Door for Summer!

It is advisable, said the postmaster Beginnmg and advanced classes' All too unkind, I II VentIlation Mattresses of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Con.struetten with-

for those having lettersto in shorthand will be offered, and : That forgot I BENJAMIN LOPEZ and IndlvMaal Read

send, to mail them as soon after I in addition courses in general We killed that ;"I'r I FUNERAL HOME lag Lamps. RATES

writing as possible as up to this >! secretarial work, including business And the storm Serving Key Welt ....1.
time there is no established schedule English, letter writing fill! And scattered nI Rees. Private Rath __ 2.eea.
Half Century a.._ ..._ .
for either the arrival or de- ing and general office procedure.I 24 Hour Ambulance Serric *. R_.e.. Private Private Rath Bath 30M a.M
parture of-boats or planes. Enrollment will take place from i How could we II. Licensed Embalmer 2ROTMB.. Private Bath ....
t k ... .
Monday .E0. (We were so Rwa. Private Stab **.
6p.mto8:30p.m.next Pnene 135 NigW .$96-\\ !SLUSH! ? ISCREASB FOR DOt'BLB
evening at the high schooL They were
It is necessary for 15 or more I
twice .. ,
persons to enroll for each class if i I I Weep for I --

APPEAL FORKEYRESIDENTS Johnson the class: pointed is to be out.started Classes Mrs.will I I ( t i : At Those last"Vets"to find I =r.l"lllllill.l"'I"I.I".I".I"I'.II

begin The Tuesday.schedule which will be in i I I I Key 506 Francis West Fla.SCHOOL .

effect Mondays through Fridays.I I'J I
follows: I: HISTORY and romance blend with old buildings the originals circle a "green" as they did in all I OLD PAPERS %
colonial communities.
SHOWN THAT KEY WESTERS Shorthand 4:30 p. m. to 5:30p. 'aria! setting at Henry Ford's Greenfield Above Is pictured the Chapel of Martha-Mary, a' -
village close by the huge Ford Plant at Dearborn
typical colonial of
I place worship. Inset. the Lincoln
m.General Mich. The historic buildings which have been
secretarial work, 6 p Court House where Abraham Lincoln practiced law I '
SPONSE IN CALL ISSUED m.to7p.m. I 1 moved here or reconstructed as exact duplicates of for eight years -- Twojermanents_. eeceeccee. .eeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeee Jl

;Advanced shorthand 7 p. TO to Better '
FOR CLOTHING'Irs. 8 p. m. I I -- -- -- --- MRS.eM;

9 p.Beginners m. shorthand, 8 p. m. to I FREIGHT SERVICE I I V Ocean View S For Sale

M. E. Berkowitz active In the advanced class: Mrs. 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKSBy .. .........................
member of the Monroe County Johnson said, some legal and civil SHOWS1NCREASE\ \\\\\\"
Council Parent-Teacher Associa- work will be given. Don Herold'his

tion, and also s.n indefatigable
worker in all matters that may 5 Bundles for
be of interest to Key West and its 5c

environs requests The Citizen to VESSELS OF CLYDE-MAL- Im Oft Man $taiisThte 25 in bundle
thank the public for the ready 1 PLAN TO ATTEND LORY LINES: ic a &. / S
response in sending in wearing
is ::
apparel to be sent; to the storm sNeI[ 'road.
sufferers on the Florida Keys. NATIONAL MEET] where you
Mrs. Berkowitz states that the Increased freight service is an- I m i THE KEY WEST CITIZEN1'1'11.1'.11111'11111,1 SAn

P.-T. A. organization fully appreciates I nounced between Key West and I should af h hACCIDENTS fy ye !
the wonderful spirit displayed ep 'I
THOUSANDS PROPOSE GOING Miami dnd Key West and Jack-. on i
by the people of Key West Sr
1 sonville by the ClydeMalloryLines. /IIIII", \;
in connection with the great disaster TO CLEVELAND, OHIO TO
in the stricken areas where
by such a large number were!\, rendered ATTEND MEETING OF EUCHARISTIC The schedule calls for arrivals, -

homeless and left helpless in CONGRESS of vessels of the line each week

many other wJys, in addition to I I from Jacksonville and :bi-weekly I : Index To
the many lives that were lost as '
arrivals from -Miami, which pro I .
the tions.A hurricane. swept the key sec Thousands upon thousands of vides: for six eprivals monthly

.short time after the call had I Catholics will go to Cleveland,,from the north.Establishment. ARE MENTAL\ a J
O. to attend a National Eucharistic -! of these sailings ; RELIABLEfIRMS
been sent out, there was a large I
Congress 23rd to 26th
number of packages containing and arrivals means that vessels If we had no brakes at an on our The answer is. LETS NEVER
wearing apparel sent in, and Mrs. thereby giving public: acclaim to:,.with, freight will reach Key West cars, we'd drive along at a trawl l (and THINK WE CANT.We .
Berkowitz wishes to extend thanksto their belief in the Real [:six times monthly until such time probably injure nobody). crash and kill tthen'and where
it is stated. presence'j[that the schedules are changed. When our horn won't work ",'e always things seem safest. i
all who contributed in
anywayto The first day will be drive a lot more carefully. The lesson is,when everything seems
I The much needed changes in
the cause in the interest of I I I Actual statistics i show that fewer rosy for a little reckless driving, let's
those on the Florida Keys and the reception of the Papal Legate -:i I schedules were made in reply to i people are killed (On proportion) in not start feeling our oats."! .Of ,
elswhere who are in dire distress. Cardinal Patrick Hayes. I j|:communications from} Mayor Wm. accidents on slippery. icy streets than Let's not for instance be fooled intoa f
On the 24th the Congress will!| II. Malone and Agent C. E. Smith, I on dry, safe streets. false sense of security by a fine wide
be formally opened with Solemn! The moment an ordinary road is road. '
of the Mallory Lines who sent
W 1. WILLIAMS\ Pontifical Mass. The immense!!;! wire communications explainingthe changed highway,into the accidents a fine, safe become, four-lane more It is apparent safety that is the most
dangerous. Most of the
Cleveland public auditorium will: necessity of increased transportation -I numerous.and more serious.All 36,000 people
be fitted into a temporary church)'1 facilities between these these things prove that accidents killed in automobile accidents last year
DIED LAST NIGHT are mentaL We have them when and most of the 954,000 injured
I Between the 24th and 25th J we
points. FOLLOW
...U there will be a midnight Pontifical: i are, surest that ..fzn't. In other according to statistics of The Travelers w ARROWAnd !
){ t -ords.'C have them when we want to.They're : Insurance Company probably thought
Low Mass On 26th
for men. the ,
r I SICK within our controL Tbey'remental they were in some unusually safe spot
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE at 1:30 p. m. a Solemn Pontifical I :at the time.STORM

CONDUCTED TOMORROW' I place.High Mass for women will take I OFF STR. ARROW\ ,I -- ---.-- -- --- You Will Find In This

MORNING Sectional meetings will, be held t
I with, addresses by Monsignor Fulton I
J. Sheen, Joseph Scott of Los Directory Stores Which Aim

William Phillip Williams 53; ,'i.Angeles" and lion. Al E. Smith.t t I i BROUGHT HERE ON TUG PET. HERE DEFERREDBENEFIT ,I BE GIVEN AID ,

died last evening 6 23; clock at REL AND PLACED IN MARINE
I To Serve and Please You.
the residence 336 Duval PLANOBSERVANCE They

Funeral services will be 5treet.1 HOSPITALJoe ENTERTAINMENTPLANS All refugees from, the storm-

St.morrow Paul's morning Episcopal 9:30 Church' where CONSTITUTION DAY II CHANGED BY SAN stricken area on the Florida Keys Invite You To Visit Them!

the body will be placed 8 o'clock. Hill of the Steamship Le- i CARLOS SOCIETY I who may arrive in Key West are
Rev. Arthur L'. Dimmick will of vant Arrow, was taken off the!I i instructed to report at local Red

ficiate. MAYOR MALONE URGED TO I vessel 3 o'clock this morning by!I Cross headquarters, which is in ____n ___ __
Lopez Funeral Home will be in ., the Porter Dock Company Tugi [charge of Mrs. Grace Phillips executive -
charge of arrangements.Mr. ISSUE PROCLAMATION FOR i I Petrel brought:to the city and: Members of the San Carlos Society secretary, according to INSURANCEJ. MEATS SHOE REPAIRING
who to
Williams is survived by SCHEDULED EVENT placed in the Marine Hospital III I sponsor I announcement made today.
charity benefit
two sons William P. Williams I I j II Hill it appears, is a sufferer I Several refugees have already
from week have agreed to postpone S. MOORE AGENCY DUVAL MEAT MARKET GOODYEAR SHOE SHOPH.
Jr., and Hamilton P. Williams, I stomach trouble and had i arrived here and have been taken ,
I !been the event until some date to be Hotel Building Rivera and S..., Prop. Dianaoili
one daughter, Miss\ Florence Williams j using morphine. He was i care of by those handling their Jefferson Prop
two sisters. Mrs. Annie Russell Mayor William H. Malone found in a weakened condition in. announced later. cases. Surety Bond, Automobile Best Prices Highest Quality Old Shoes Mad. As Good As New
has received Letter from the I The entertainment it is understood I
a his berth the was'I -
on vessel and it
of Miami and Mrs. Joseph I i Life and l Accident Insurance Phone 479-J Duval at Petronia 612 Duval Street
for the
National! Constitution Day I j decided to send him ashore for purpose of securing i
Bowers of Tampa. Also two ; Sponges were once used for
Committee New York City, I treatment I funds with which to pur-
grandchildren. Betty Jane and in which more than 60 national ) cha'. : ira ment and other cssentialftfor I padding helmets and. greaves ac- PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ BEER V NDORSCURRO'S BAKERIESMALONEY
Hamilton Williams.. I to Aristotle: >
1. I cording
I patriotic, civic and I the poor and needy ehi1 I Ii I
- -- service orj.Mtxmto are rep FUNERAL RITESFOR i dren of the city and an excellent* .
PLANNING TO HOLD resented urging him to appoint program had been arranged.In .
I! committee to You'll Like The Prints We Make Cold Beer At All Times .f Baker Boy Bread
a arrange H. UUJA ; i LEE BAKER'S'MEAT
for the local observance>> of the*Jdorld., scalping was' Photo EngUrging A Specialty Pay Us Visit Cakes cud Pastries

MEMORIAL SERVICERev. i! Tuesday, September 17, as practiced by the Scythlane, c-!!1 MARKET 606 DuT.l Street D.val At P.tr Constitution Day and to issue I cording to Hero !lotus. i f
Sh-ler: Peele. pastor: of the! the* proclamation citizenry of calling this cityto upon FISH PACKING PLANT Complete line of all kinds of ILU I L1'GTHOMPSON FISHDEMERITI' PRESSING

Fleming Street. Methodist Church, re-dedicate themselves to J 1IAI, FRESH MEATS
announces that he planning to j the principles of the Constitu AT KEY VACAS 6 6 66 6 in 3 (All Cuts) PLUMBING BROS. FISH FERNANDEZ &

conduct a memorial service for tion. i I COMPANY"Get COMPANYFishTurtleCrawfish GONZALEZDry

the benefit of families end friend:, I The committee also urges COLDS I PORK HAMS Our Prices First" Cleaning-Pressing
and in honor of those who lost the holding of appropriateexercises Funeral services for Henning lit.il s TakktsSalve II III
VEAL LAMB: Sheet Metal Work. Dayton Pumps Foot of Front Street First Class Alterations
their lives in the recent hurricane j' in the schools and I t Lilija were held 2 o'clock !'I Mse I Crspi first day. I
that hit the Florida Keys. ,I the general display of the i I day afternoon from the TONIC a.1 LAXATIVE All Ingredients For Sons 132 Simontoa StPhone 536 Phone 44 Free Delivery 928 Di. .i.. St.

This service will be conducted American flag. (the Lopez Funeral Home. rester.j'I !
Sunday afternoon. September 15.1(I B. MONROE THEATERJohn I
Culpepper. of First We as* open and make deliveries ICE CREAllWELLS'
beginning at 4:30 o'clock. ,I Marion O'Xeale pulls bodies Church, officiating. Boles-Dixie Lee in I on Sunday mornings
The pastor :states this is not a out of Charleston S. C., watersa The deceased was watchman at I' REDHEADS ON PARADEPRINCESS
service for his church members an avocation. Possessing the the Thompson Fish Packing; plant -also- t Phone 695 Free Delivery LUNCH ROOM -.- .- .;.:.: :'-
only but for all those who lost ,I best grappling outfit in town. he I I i at Key Vacas, and lost his life I I O'HARA I 822 Fleming Street Jersey Super Quality Ice CreamPopsiclanFudgsklesNut ; s.: :,: : :
their l lives regardless of church I has recovered bodies of nine during the hurricane of September -. Matinee: Balcony 10c; Orches- 1 I Bars _00- .
lIlembei.hj 'I wbile persons and three ne>;lcei.i 1 and 2. .1 tn; 15-20c; Night: 15-25e t l PBOB 207-W 900 Southard St.