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: October 14, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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H Political Forecasts For 1936 ONLY SEEKERS"10 OFFICE NAMES 1 I Main Witness During HearingOn Sholtz And Treadway Going To WashingtonTo

Are-Many, Although t I Meaningless LISTED IN PAPER! Deaths Of Veterans Says Seek Aid For Reconstruction Highway

Fall Crop Abundant In UNITS CONFER ON I ---- -
WHILE MANY OTHERS ARE Many Could Have Been Saved

Be Carried On Dur- I Arthur Brown, of New York,' Asked about the discipline main

ISSUEATCAPITALCONGRESSMAN TO LEARN OF THEM"I tained in the Mr. Brown habilitation Work On
ing CampaignBy timekeeper at camp 3 on the Florida said "there was camps absolutely no BE READY SOONWORK CITIZEN OFFICEEDITOR

Keys, told the committee of I Florida KeysTALLAHASSEE
I discipline. lie later on said that
GREEN GOES notice in The Citizen the
legionnaires who came to hold an possibly 80 percent of the veterans
BYRON PRICE names of 10 candidates for severaloffices CARRIED ON AT THIS OF GEORGIA NEWSPAPER -
MEET- would
TO CHICAGO AFTER been amenable to
(Chlrf .Pre.a r B.r."a..I... The_...Ala.r.1 at the coming election November investigation Saturday, that deathsof I discipline and would have liked it. POINT INSTEAD OF SNAKE I. SPEAKS IN HIGH- (By Asseelal.4 Prep)
The fall crop of 12. Am I to unjerstand many of the veterans could, The others would have left the Oct.
PARTY they are the only candidates who camps. I
predictions i i. *o abundant that it have been avoided.Mr. I Major Alburjr Heard Governor Dave
have announced? Like the late HAS BEEN ABANDONED
Major William V. Albury. Flor- Sholtz and Chairman C.
.com* appropriate to recall how famous Will Rogers all I'know Brown was the first to appear -
(!Special .. The t:It ...) ida National Guard who was an- B.
of the state
is what I read :in the '* other witness had Treadway,
little these long-range forecast newspapers. before the committee. He: said he foundno
M. E. Gilfond WFA administrator of
Quimby Melton} chairman
Observations! like the foregoing discipline in the camps but be- road department said i
.Lave amounted to in the pastA -Congressman Lex Green held a made by a well-known citizen have said there was sufficient time to lieved about 75 percent of' the in Key West has been given the committee appointed to in- ,
I definite that the they would W.i ''h-
conference with the officials of assurance ferry go
been heard by The Citizen on men would have been agreeableto vestigate deaths of veterans on
i. advance it is all out of 3 and to
year or gf t men camp slip at Upper Matecumbe will be
the W. P. A. and F. E. R. A. and many occasions during the past disciplinary measures if they completed November 1. ,the Florida Keys, was a pleasant ington next week to ask
customary for each party t. begin with the White House Secretary several weeks and many have been: also. carry men from camp 5, several were satisfied someone would en- by
This gives Key Westers promise' caller at The Citizen office federal aid for reconstruction -
the questions asked the force itMajor Satur-I
concerning: !
announcing that the election relative to further allotments for candidates.As miles north of camp 3, to Albury was in command that'automobile traffic for winter I day accompanied by J. J. of the Overseas Highway
the Roosevelt CanaL After the I residents will be available. The
of national commander the A'merican Le
detachment of of
is wW1ay this i. done 'o consistently a matter of fact there are safety before the fury of the' a
slip is being constructed at the to Key West which
conference: he stated frankly that about 40 applications fill: in guardsmen during a stay of approximately gion in Key West, and Allan Morris ,

must remain a mysteryto there was no doubt about further lh< office of City Clerk'Wallace storm struck.Before three months on the lower instead end of Upper Mfeteeumbe, manager of the Associated was damaged by the Labor
Key of at Snake Creek
the layman, particularly as funds being allocated as and fii.der entered by candidate, and Mr. Brown was called, Keys last spring, most of the activities where first intended. | Press in Miami.\ Day hurricane. .
confined to the
in the office to bo signed by the
when needed. Green that editor and
says Major Quimby Melton i After it was planned to con- Mr. Melton
in which the located. was agreeably surprised -
were Federal
camps also will
both sides follow
invariably v.ters to have these names!! placed money
funds will be before publisher of the Griffin Ga., Daily struct the slip at Snake Creek it
forthcoming ;
;on the ballot. I He expressed the belief that there ...t the size of The Citfzen'aplant
their assuring words with Times chairman of the committee, was learned that during the win be sought, they said, for
the initial allocation has been ex were a number of mental cases
Since but 10 of these in the and in terms
are said the committee not sent!I the spoke highest:
was ter season flow of water
hausted. announcement list published in among the dwellers in the camps. I rehabilitation work on the
outbursts of of the modern and
c .paicait'c'l here to do anything else but secure through the creek was much too equipment
lie in of detach-
I the it is understood I was charge a
There is reason to doubt whether Congressman Green then left that paper the people easily o'f the city have as near as possible, all factsin ment of three officers and 51 men swift to permit of perfect navigation signs of efficiency displayed Keys where -he storm

for Chicago and Seattle Wash- but a idea of the names of connection with deaths of veterans -: assigned to duty at Lower Mate : of the ferries, and at cer- throughout. As .Mr. Melton is damage occur J.Editor's J.
is greatly deceived by vague
anyone the
on the Keys during tain of the the
ington to join Vice-President Garner'a periods season
cumbe following the reach-
candidates and the office to which I editor of The Daily News of Grif-
the process. Obviously both parIties Philippine Government inauguration storm. ing there Wednesday September depth was not sufficient for safe!I:
they aspire. I fin.-Ga., one of that state's ( Notes The above does
I| progressive
cannot be right and the reader : "We interested solely and navigation.
are 4, two days after the storm. Dur-
He "The election is about
party. was ac- just one his words of not indicate whether the funds in
of the manifestos is left exactly wholly in investigating conditions ing his stay they found 195 bodies. newspapers I
month off and to for-
companied by Mrs. Green, who compared I before and during the storm and, Of these 87 were cremated and praise wer appreciated. question wouM be used for the
where before-free the interest displayedis OFFER AID
he was mer years I TO
prior to their marriage last Sun- nil said observer if possible determine who, if any: 108 were shipped to Snake Creek. I completion of the highway or the
I practically one
to do his own guessing.It day was Miss Bessie Lucile Harris who has been actively in I body, was responsible for the lIe said he had found 14 sur- I proposed super-highway over the

must be apparent to even of Gainesville Florida. En politics for many years and has deaths." I viving veterans at the camp and FERA CLASSES RELIEF CLIENTS i railroad right -f-way. In this connection -

the dullest that a great deal can I route to Seattle they will visit the been in close contact with can- I The other,members of the committee instructed them to remain in also, it is not knows

happen in national politics in a',I Glacial National Park and will+ didates in every election, city or are Dr. W. E. Whitlock 1 their quarters. This was after FORTRAINING MADE OFFER ONFARMPRODUCTS whether the co.e""orill come to

year or even a much shorter county, during that time. High Springs, Fla., national vice finding bodies in accessible places Key West at th. time as first
inspect the Grand Culee Dam at After discussing the situation commander of the American Legion -' with "nothing in their pockets." planned to obtain an expressionof

space of time. Spokane, Washington.In principally the lack of enthusiasm and Catesby Jones, of Selma,' Though "oddly enough bodies in I THROUGH COURTESY OF 1 the people as to which of tbi
It is generally believed that Ala., executive committeeman' almost in-
Vice-President Garner'sparty displayed both the mangrove swamps
being by can- two projects they favor.
William Jennings Bryan waa turn- will also be included Hon. didates and the public he con- from that state. variably carried papers, army POSTMASTER HARRIS, MEM-

ed back from the Presidency in Joseph Burns, Speaker of the cluded with: "I am convinced that I Held AJt School HouseeU discharges, 'and frequently I BERS WILL SEE HOW GOVERNMENT ALL ASSISTING IN HARVEST- "
'96io the final month of the campaign success of a. candidate fo)&+ri*t- Hearioga.were... ict7W&e.a d money." The.major made. no.accusations _, VEGETABLES'"WILL. COLOREDMENTOWORK
; and two :;distinguished Re- House;' Robert Doughton, Chair- ever office he may aspire, depends torium; of the Key West ; of.looting but made the,1: BUSINESS WORKS ING BE

publicans-.James G. Blaine and man of the Ways and Means Com- chiefly on his keeping his name I School and were started directly I I remark: "The surviving veterans I, PERMITTED TO RECEIVE
Charles Evans Hughes-are supposed mittee, and a small number of were the only there." I ON SNAKECREEKJROJECT
continually in the eyes of the after the arrival of the committee I persons Several public and governmental
to have forfeited victory ranking legislative officials. Green reading public." on the Steamship Cuba from I Would Locate Papers CERTAIN PORTION
offices have
agreed to
cooperatewith I
who is Dean of the Florida dele-
within a matter of days before Tampa Saturday morning. I Major\ Albury suggested the I: Mrs. Grace Crosby teacherof
the polls were opened.Yet gation in the House and Assistant At the morning session J. J.' committee make an effort to', the stenographic and business
all the time both sides were Democratic Whip, was urged by NAME COMMITTEEON locate the whereabouts of identi-i !
Trevor commander of Arthur 'courses which are offered under Relief clients will be given an
claiming it was all over but the the Philippine Government and I I Sawyer Post 28, American Le- fication papers and personal effects -
the American Government to take (I the auspices of the adult education -I opportunity to obtain okra at 'the ABOUT ONE HUNDRED WILL
shouting. I gion testified relative to the general taken from the bodies of division of the Florida ERA. FERA experimental farm ,by assisting -
View OneSidedThe part in the inauguration becausehe ADVERTISING1 conditions understood to pre- veterans which he had turned i Saturday members of the advanced -i i i in the harvesting of 'the START OPERATIONS OF REHABILITATION -
is chairman of the Territories'Committee. l i
vail on the keys. in order to en- over to FERA officials from Mi ',
special hazards of making class will be taken on a vegetable Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson -
forecasts about what will happenin I He holds the only! able the investigators to have a ami. He said he believed identi- 'tour of the postoffice here, director !V of jsodiail service, MONDAY OF
November 1936 also should held complete idea of the situation before ty of many veterans could be established I through the courtesy of Postmaster I announced today. NEXT WEEK-

be easy to see. I by a Florida Congressman. GROUP FOR ALL-FLORIDA going in the matter.G. by these and he wanted! Sam Harris, when they will For each hour's work put in

For one thing unlike many I S. Kennedy, meteorologistat to be certain that full advantagehad t I have an opportunity to see just. harvesting okra, the relief client -

other presidential yean 1936, BANNER TOURIST PROGRAM ACTIVITIESS the weather bureau said he been taken by these effects how a governmental: institution|[ will be paid with two pounds of About ltO<(< colored IM8 of Key
permits of only a one-sided pre had given warning to Ray Shel- and papers by identification head lof this kind functions, giving the i j okra it was said. If the clients
'I Went will work
be to
view. It seems pretty well agreed! ton, second in command: at the quarters in Miami.M. students a chance to learn firsthand wish to work more than one hour put Mondayof
Mr. Roosevelt will be the Democratic I SEASON FOR KEY ( to The ritlsen camps advising at 5 o'clock on E. Gilfond was of the opin- ways in which their courses I'"they will be repaid for each ad- next week on the rchcbUitationproject

candidate and that he will TALLAHASSEE Oct. 14.- the morning of September 1, "it ion that the camps would havebeen are put to practical urc. ditional hour of work with two at Snake Creek NorbeigThompeon

campaign for the "new deal."i WEST PREDICTEDHOUSING Presidents of a varied group of looks pretty bad." This was 35 disbanded within a short From time to time it is expected pounds of okra. Clients will not I of the. county commis-

Who the Republican candidatewill I state-wide organizations havebeen I hours before the storm, broke on period. He eaid, "funds for the tours of other office and be permitted to sell the okra they sntoers, will make arrangement:
be nobody pretends to know named by Governor Dave the Keys! I bridge project had been exhausted business organizations: will be I receive but may give it away if I for transporting the workers

nor is there any assurance for Sholtz as a committee-at-large of ,Mr., Brown who was the chief and arrangements had been j jI made. they choose. since the Florida ERA has no
what principles he will stand.A DEPARTMENT: OF the Governor's All-Florida Adver- witness, charged that trucks parked -,I made to send the veterans to I II Mrs. 'Gryf)
third party now appears unlikely LOCAL ADMINISTRATION tising Committee it was .announced in the camps could have been I civilian conservation camps. One,the names of six' students who i any paid laborers to do this har- I Tricks from Key West to No

to develop although that: here Saturday. used to carry the men to safety.';week more and the men would. stood highest: in the official Gregg I vesting:, Mrs. Johnson explained. Name Key and return, on which
possibility alone surely forecloses CONTINUES TO RECEIVE The state is divided into Whcn the truck drivers went off i have been away from the Keys: Writer' examination for the month : "We feel sure that there are j tile workmen will .ride will be of
any hard-and-fast conclusions at I, districts in the $425,000 11'j;j duty on Saturday," said Mr.;I Conrad Van Hyning. Florida 'of September who will receive official i enough people who will be glad to'' the FERA and driven by volunteer -

this stage of the proceedings. I CALLS FOR PLACES with the central committee b i ,Brown, "they turned over the emergency relief administrator, Gregg certificates for theirtwerk : have fresh okra who will report I --dr .erL -

A new session of congress composed of two chairmen in k )'s.to Colonel E. L. Sheran told the committee that arrangements : They aret Kathleen Watkins at the farm, and assist in harvesting This anno MHt was made

meets in January and it is proverbial -I :: district. The Governor is serving project engineer for' the state had been made'to remove I with a raised grade of 100; I the present crop," Mrs.\ John- !hill morning by M. E. Gilfond,
that the session precedingan Indications continue to come, as general chairman of the :cam-, road department. I the veterans from the Keys. He Mary Buckley, 96' 1-2; George son concluded. district director of the WPA in
I into the housing department of i conferred with offi- Collins. 93 1-2 Mary K.: Whalton.I,
paign. said he had ;
election often has much to do the best of my knowledgeno Key Went! who returned here Sat-
with making the issues. the Key West Administration I Members of the conunittce-at- effort was made to get the cials in Washington' and their re- 93; Minnie Knowles 92, and Marjorie I urday in company with Conrad

In particular a new budget I, that Key West is to enjoy a ban- large have been asked to head up keys from him and he was on a moval would only have been a Gwynn, 90. KEY WEST HAS Van liyniog, State ERA adminis-
ner tourist year and that many campaigns for state advertisingfunds question of a week or two.
must be submitted and passed.No houseboat nearby. trator, from Miami, where they
one would deny that a great persons plan to spend a long win- in their respective organ "All of the veterans were called Mr. Van Hyning said application PLANE CARRIES STEADY BOOSTERR. conferred with State WPA Administrator -

deal depends on which way the ter season in the Island City. izations.It: together by a siren at 2 p. m-, had been made for a public i E. A. PynehoD.I .

administration turns with respectto M. E. Gilfond, Key West ad- was announced that a gen- Monday, and told to prepare to I! works administration or works I They arrived in a state road department
relief and unemployment, and ministrator, today received a eral meeting of all committee! evacuate the camps. Most of them!progress administration loan to CAPACITY LOADTWENTY plane and after spending -
spending in general.If letter from Russell Lord of the members would be held within the assembled their effects in blanket I carry on the bridge work but no 1 I the weekend as guest of Mr

only these elements of un Saturday Evening Post who is con- next two weeks at which time rolls and awaited the arrival of word had been received from VISIT HERE THIS I Gilfond Mr. Van Hyning returned -
('t'Ttaintyere considered the templating sending his family here Governor Sholtz will report on the the train which the camps had Washington. To all intents and PAS31SNGERS LEAVEIN to Jacksonville, yesterday aft-
for the season. the work had been closed AIRCRAFT YESTERDAY WINTER
task of making a dependable pre progress of the campaign.TAHITA'S been advised was on its way. purposes ernoon.
diction would be hard enough. It Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grewer, I }J1r. Brown continued his testi-- down for the veterans. "If additional -' AFTERNOON FOR MIAMI
i who were here last season; ; will re- that another call funds had been' made
might possibly be done by a MARKET IS mony by saying I
shrewd guesser but there remainat i turn for a six-months' period this of the siren was pounded 4''available' other workmen would Many\ Key Westers and visitorsare Richard Thruelsen widely- LOCAL OFFICIALS
least three other complica- year, and have taken the Knowles TIMED TO WAR MUSIC o'clock and like instructions given have carried on the project. taking advantage of the weekend known writer, in a letter to Mi eIleen

tions the outcome: of which no cottage on Vernon Avenue. Mr. : The mess sergeant prepared food I' Mr. Gilfond during his testi- plane service between Miami Williams, expresses regret \ PLANE
man can be certafri, about Brewer is vice-president of the (By A....lat.. Pr...) j' to be taken with the veterans on mony said her had relayed instructions and Key West, toe plane seldom that it may not be possible for LEAVER

Tre'.J: Winchester Arms Manufacturing PAPEETE. Tahiti, Oct. 14.- the train but the train never ar from Mr. Van Hyning, arriving or leaving: with less than him to spend this winter in Key
Recovery VitalFirst Company at New Haven Conn. Recent quick rises and declinesin rived. then in Tallahassee for Sheldon"to 12 passengers. West. BERV AWl, THOMPSON AND
of all tbre' is the question Mr. and Afro Edward: Bruce]I prices offered here for copra' Relief Train Wrecked watch the situation closely Departing passengers yesterday Mr. Thruelsen came here last

what course the present recovery plan to return about November l.|,have been so coincident with tension The relief train which was sent and take no chanc s.." The camp afternoon numbered 20, as follows year and during his stay was a MALONE GO TO MIAMI ON

trend will take. Every They spent a considerable part of or relief in European affairs' from Miami in the afternoon official Gilfond said seemed "very; : I I guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. IMPORTANT MATTERS

practical politician knows it will I last season in Key West, occupying ,that South Sea islanders look up-' leaving about 4 o'clock reached: confident. i Ralph Domingues. Francis Morris J. Trevor. While here he gathered

make a vast fftTtnce'whether, the Trevor residence on Division on the market as a barometer of the Keys about the same time as Brought To Close i George Ins, Paul Myers Allan material for several stories
in the closing months of the campaign street Mr. Bruce is vol- i the international situation. the hurricane and was wrecked by The investigation: was broughtto I Morris. I. N. Meltzer George which have appeared in magazines Chairman-Carl BervaMi of the

the country is riding! the, untary director of the relief! art i The reason is that copra oil is high waves and heavy winds at a close in Key West Saturday Maloney, Shirley Cook Marvin] during the past few months. board of county eommistonr;

crest of an engulfing business I project of the U. S. Treasury Department one of the most valuable sources Islamorada. about eight miles evening.: Members of the committee Hallock. Clyde Webb, J. A. Warren Since returning to Philadelphia Commissioner NorberiE Thompson, a

boom, or sinking deeper into de-t and is one of the na- of glycerin, the basis of most high north of Brown's camp. were guests at dinner of Commander J. R. Ashworth, Agnes Cor- be has become associated with the and Mayer William H. Malone.
pression. tion's outstanding artists. explosives. Continuing! his direct testimonyMr. Jerry!! J. Trevor and later dero. B. M. Duncan Quimby Mel editorial staff of the Saturday: left on the afternoon plane yesterday -
Secondly, there is the questionof I When manufacture of munitions Brown said: "Always we were went to the Club Miramar ;as '' ton, Norberg' Thompson, Wm. H. Evening Post and fears that this! for Miami where they will be
the supreme court. Its decision -: WANTED NO GRIEVING I I is speeded up the bidding on the led to believe a train would be guests of Sebastian Cabrera, jr. Malone Carl Bervaldi, D. E Whit- connection will prevent his enjoy- joined by eomlRiAiell- Wm. R. 1

during the present term may, local market quickens. When:held in readiness if the Keys were S The visiting; investigators left I''I lock. Catesby Jones. ing the winter here. Porter who left in company with
settle issues which have come to REDDING RIDGE, Conn.-!things I quiet down a bit the buy- threatened by storm. There were I I by plane yesterday afternoon for Morning arrivals were: George In concluding his letter he Colonel George E. Brown, U. S. E

have the highest! political Importance -;' There was no funeral (\service no I I ling slackens. Hence newspaper,two spur tracks at Camp 3 and Miami where they will continue/ Maloney. Eugene Wilson, Margaret writes that though not able this C., SaturdayaftelUOOll.

or may create new issues so>'' death notice in the papers when I(I reports of the saying and doings trains could have been placed their investigations: and then go Wilson, Rosinda Ginart year to see Key West, whereverhe They will confer with officials
fundamental that both sides will Mrs. Minnie Teets died in this 'of European statesmen are in-I| there without interfering with I'to Tallahassee. Mrs. Wm. R. Warren Francis may be be will always be "one both state and federal, on matters

have to recast their entire strategy! city. Her will ordered that "no- terpreted in the light of market regular train movements on the From the capital they will go to Moore, Grace Craig Carlton Craig, of Key West's most enthusiasticpress ef import to the future of Key
accordingly.! t body shall grieve for me." fluctuations. main line." (Continued on Page Four) Maitland Adams and L N. Meltzer. agents." West and it* people.

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:: !tel' tstiUi n NOT YET CIVILIZED 1 f enlarged form delivering the PROCLAMATIONTO
\ KEY :copies in folded form at the rate
PubUahrd DailY Exctp' Cay By i of many thousands per hour. A
THK CITIZEN PI'BMSIH i O, l.NC. When and contemplates the great advance DAYS GONE BY new equipment of type and othermaterial THE ELECTORS OF THE
|r I. P. AHTMAS. rre Uemt in science and mechanics which I has also been purchased CITY OF KEY WEST. FLORIDA .
JOB ALLEN. A..Ut.Bl D Macao Mauier T._p rat.r... I extreme south portion and near Ilappeaisgs; H.r. J..t 10 Moan !an4 nothing has been overlooked ;

From The Cltlz" :' bu!'linr have been made in the last half centuryor I Highest .--...L!_ ..-....._........._83I, the east coast.Jacksonville. Ace Today At T.ka From I which will in any way add to the Notice is hereby given that on
'r Corner Greene an. Ann bireet so, it appears that man's achievementshave Lowest .........:_.._.....on......- _m.73 1 Florida The Files Of Tb. CitizeaIn I excellence R attractive -t Tuesday November 12, l..';j i1,
been little short of marvelous. But, I Mean .........-.....-.....-.........._.....78( to Straits: of The Citizen. appearance there will be held in the City of
Only Daily Newspaper County.Entered In Key. west and Monro. if we could but look into the future, it is Normal Men ...on...._.. ..._---.._...80.. north Moderate portion northeasterly and winds easterlyover over the special election] held yesterday I I I Key West the bt-aanual general
RaiefallfYesterday's mostly in Key West and Monroe election for the election of all
at Keyf Pat Florid: as second class matter probable that we would realize that our south portion; weather partly John
1 : Precipitation 15 Ins. county for the position of reproi Curry, city supervisor of City officials, made elective by
FIPTT-SIXTJI TEAR present knowledge and utilization of the Normal Precipitation -----32 Ins. overcast tonight and Tuesday with i i, tentative 'from Monroe to the registration announced today. the Charter of the City of Key

JI..Ioe' .f the AI.t" Press I forces of nature are only crude beginnings.This ?I'hi* tt...r" _..1'10 24-h.ur t>erl4tMilivg scattered' showers. (Florida Legislature. Charles H. there are 2695 qualified electors West, and laws relating thereto
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ta ; l. it e> fhU I East Gulf: Gentle to moderate the
the Associated Presa la xclnslTely. entitled Mlor IM.ralsf. Ketchum defeated his opponent, I on registration lists of the,in the manner and form provided
rsraiJiiitiOa, _of all news dispatches credited and also to thought is forcefully expressed Tomorrow's Almanac northeast to east winds; partly t Shirley C. Bolt, fcr a vote of 790 city. Of this number there are by the City organic law, Acts of i
In this
it the->r local not aetn otk>rwl pnbllahed credited hers paper 'I by Dr. R. A. Milikan, one of the world's Sun rises .-.....-........... 6:25 a. m.!t overcast weather tonight and I to 294. Mr. Bott led in the count I' 1000 exempts. This is one of the 19194 f.ai a of Ftarida,.and Acts

greatest physicists, wdo recently said: Sun se Ls ....--.-...._..._.. 6:00 p. m.,Tuesday, scattered showers" over I in the first and fourth, while the largest lists ever made up for a amendatory]thereofv f
n' '" NAriONAt EDITORIAL) Moon vises .......+..-... 8:53 p. m. south portion. other three precincts gave Mr. city election, says the supervisor! Each ward of the City constitutes -
"Mankind is now just an infant, a few Moon ....._... .. is I ;
"1<,< 'j; ASSOCIATION, sets --- -10:05 a. m.Tomorrow. ..t Ketchum a decided majority. and an indication of the interest an llectWnLlrict.. There
<=/y 1935 months old at most, who up until but a I' '* Tides WEATHER! : CONDITIONS being taken in the election to':,will be in each* .ward a polling>

nBscRi'fr RATES minute ago has been lying in his crib A.M.\ P.M. 'I be held November 10. place election inspectors and a
.._. ._. _._....______._... ._ Pressure is low this morningover News received in the city yes-
ImeTear 00 -' 11i.IOO High: .... ...__... 12:19, clerk of cjectwn, appointed for
.... .. his rattle. .00. far I
Six Months .. .n --- .. ----- :::: shaking western districts, with a terday is to the effect that the said ward.'
faree Months a ib I I 11:46 disturbance the north Pacific .
One Month ;: Even conceding that great advance- Low ...__......__ 5:51 on Steamship Lake Gunny was Deputy Upited States Marshal The said inspectors will make
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__. =::=:.. Seattle, Wa;:h.. 29.56 incheS to Andrew Lopez who arrested Joe i
reef adjacent
Weakly aground near a
n. material I
n ment has been made in a way, Barometer 8 a. m. today : and moderately low throughout I Clancy several days has -i|public proclamation of the opening -
"was received
ADVERTISING RATES Sea level, 29.95. Dry Tortugas. A message ago and of the polls,
I closing according -
Made, known on application. whereby the more enlightened peoples the Canadian Provinces; while :sent to the Wrecking Tug Warbler instructions to return Clancy -i; to law.
have facilities and comforts not dreamedof i moderate high pressure areas overspread which left for the scene of I to San Francisco as he is want-,
SPECIAL! ) FORECAST j The officers for the City of Key
thank, resolutions of I most sections of the coun- ''the.. wreck to to the assistance ed in that city on a charge of'
reading notices cards of by our ancestors, we are still sadly deficient go : West to be elected at said eleo
obituary notices, etc. wUl be. charged for at try from the Plains States eat violating the narcotic act. Mar-
respect the steamer
Till (lof Japanese reported
the moral which must ( & p. nu. Tuesday) ,tion are as follows:
the- rate of 10 cents a line.Notices in qualities ward. Rains have occurred during shal Lopez will leave within the
chnrches from which Key West Jin need of assistance near Old
entertainments by and
for Vicinity: Mostly I 1 ONE ((1) MAYOR
a revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. I I be developed<<; if this old world is to becomea cloudy tonight and the last 24 hours on the Pacific Providence Island pear Nicar- next few days with the prisoner i 1
Is forum and Invites discussion Tuesday, pos-1 coast from San Francisco ((7))
The Citizen an op ip his custody? for the long ride! to
local general of abode. !auga. Other vessels have gone to I
of public Issues and subjects of or satisfactory place northward, from eastern North the OXE (1)) CITY CLERK
Interest but it will pot publish anonymous communl- : I the assistance of the wreck near California city. ,
Although there is more of charity and ONE (1)) TREASURERONE
cattens. 1 t0.{S&Mostly i Dakota; eastward over the Lake
-y- altruism displayed than ever before, hu- .. region and in portions" the lower Tcrtugas. I, (1)) TAX COLLECTORSASSESSOR
r C-- ; -. Ohio Valley and central Tennessee W. S. fellow, of the Tidewater
/ 'f -
IMPROVEMENTS. \ FOR KEY AEST man nature has not changed greatly \-.I''. ; and there have been showers Editorial comment: While the Construction company arrived ONE ((1)) CHIEF OF POLICE
all centuries. Crime greed / r I! in Key West for th ONE ((1)) CAPTAIN NIGHT
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN throughout the / ; \ J. throughout most of Florida American people cherish their today el I
intolerance hate and cruelty are in evi- /. .; \\ ...: I..I Itj anrj) in southern Georgia. Titus- patriotic holidays the day whichis purpose of purchasing materialfor POLICE
\ the construction of the bridgeat I! ONE (1)) POLICE JUSTICE
\ ville, Fla.. reporting a heavy rainfall .
l-i.-: most celebrated
: enthusiastically
dance on hand, even among the : -
L.. I of &:92 inches. Temperatureshave Steamboat Creek. This bridge THREE (3)) ELECTION COMMISSIONERS -
1. Water and Ser-erage. is
most civilized of peoples. A million laws I Jr fallen in the Plains States Pay Day. I will be another link in the chain TWO TO BE
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- and an army of peace officers fail to make f, IJ:"',!"-." -- .1t,,V_ and portions of the upper :Mississippi !\ i of bridges to connect Key West ELECTED FOR FOUR YEAR'
land. Cloudy Showers Valley; ; while warmer weather The United States marines in with the mainland. TERM, AND ONE FOR TWO
either life safe. '
or property
prevails! in most other districts Key West have challenged the YEAR TERM.WM.
3. Free Part. Unless a man's opinions and beliefs sibly occasional light showers;,' with temperatures well above normal football team of the University of!'1 Subscribe to The Citizen-20c II. MALONE

4. Hotels and Apartments.! conform to those of the majority he must gentle to moderate easterly winds.' in many sections.G Havana for a game to be playedin I i i' weekly. sept30; oct5-12-14 Mayor
Florida: Cloudy tonight and that !I -
S. KF.NNEDY: city Thanksgiving Day.
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5. Bathing pavilion suppress their utterance or be proscribed. Tuesday possibly light showers inToday's
Officer! in ChargeToday's The navy squad will be accompanied -i .
6. Airports-Land and Sea. Freedom of conscience, even in this land of : to the Cuban capital by a''I r

7. Consolidation of County and City supposed freedom, is only a pretense. Only ....... ...... ..se...........es.o.eS.. I contingent of rooters ,from this

Governments.SIDELIGHTS. those who are financially independent can ;; ; i city. I ,
afford to be entirely frank inexpression.\ .
An excellent boxing card has CONSULT YOUR BANKER
People are no longer burnt at the stake Anniversaries e..fe..efsoef.es..s
: .I been arranged for the weekly
for their opinions, but they are persecutedin .. s.. 5 see see s.... Mrs. Woodrow Wilson widow of bouts at the Athletic Club to-
the. President, born in Virginia,
other ways. 1544-William Penn, famous' 63 years ago.Winifred night. Manager Rupert Knowles ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMSThe
English Quaker, founder promises lots of action when Billy
We have gone a little way toward of FenrfFjlvania (
West and Hector Reyes meet in
born. Died
July 30,
By MARCY R. DARNALL civilization, but we are not yet civilized. 1718. Black of San Francisco the main bout. There will also be
I journalist born at Chilton, several<< good preliminaries andsemifinals
Former Editor of The Key West Citizen Wis., 66 years ago. I j ji
FROM AN OLD LETTER f 1694-John Lovewell, New Eng i

Some folks are touchy. An Alabama at land Dun coionial b'.ble, Indian N. II. fighter Died Way born 8,I Lillian Gish, actress, born at i i t With the completion; at and I II First National Bank of Key West

newspaper tells of an editor who publishedthe During the Civil War a good lady of 1725. : Springfield, Ohio 39 years ago. I I early date of the extensive improvement -'

Ten Commandments and about half of Georgia wrote a letter to the Columbus I t j program now being'
1732-Benjamin Ides, noted! Norman Armour U. S. Minister I planned by The Citizen this Membgr qf f the Federal Reserve
his subscribers thought he was hitting a\\ Enquirer expressing her horror at the cus- Boston journalist o! the Revoiu-i, to Canada, born in England; (of : paper will be issued jn larger

their morals and stopped their subscrip- toms being introduced by the "modern" tionary period born in Boston.i American parentage), 48 years, format. The size will be in con-

tions. women of that day. Extracts from.the let- pied Dec. Jl, 1803.1734Francis !: ago. formity with modern ideas, with
-- i ] eight columns instead of six and Deposit Insured by Federal Peposit Insurance
ter will give its general trend: .. .. '
Lightfoot Lor,| Sumner W.elles, Assistant' Secretary increased in length of the columns' .
Alert Pittsburgh police trailed James "I am a country. woman. Have beenin Virginia signer of the Declarat.on of State, born in New York in conformity with the ideas 'of' a Corporation

:McLaughlin, seen driving t ith one hand I your city. I was shocked. I saw- of Independence, born at "Strat- City, 43 years ago I perfectly proportioned page. A,
ford," Va. Died Jan. 11, 1797. j jpro large and modem high speed web
and holding a handkerchi' over a crying.child's J you'll scarcely believe it. I saw-can
press is to be installed.' It is capable -
Frank V. Graham, '
mouth with the t.t,acr. Thinking I hardly tell it. I saw women in the streets 1845-Laura A. Haygood At- the University of North presidentof Caro- I of printing the paper in its :

they had caught a bold kidnapper, they I with their dresses held so high that you lanta, Ga., teacher, noted Methodist lina, born at Fayetteville. N. c., ....-. -.-- '- -' .---
were preparing to take him to jail when I could see their underskirts all around. :My Episcopal Church South missionary -, 49 years ago.

he explained that the child was his 4-year I countrywomen surely will refrain when to China born in Georgia.;
Died in China April 29, 1900. ,I Most Eev.' Joseph F. Rummel,
old daughter who had just had a tooth the are informed that it is a Yankee Catholic Archbishop: of New Or- "

pulled. fashion. Yankee ladies care no more about 1857-Elwood Haynes, inventor -: leans, born in Germany, 59 years

showing their knees than they do their maker of the first practic-' ago. PAINT UPUse I
able automobile in America, born
,According to some psychologists, the faces, and if you indulge in this fasdion, In at Portland, Ind. Died at Kokomo I Paul Muni, actor: born in Aus-

proper treatment for murderers and thugs ten years more you will be walking the Ind.. April 13, 1925. 'tria, 40 years ago.

would be to domicile them in cheerful hos- streets with your faces painted as theirsare I'

pitals, with special food and entertainment now. Oh! be warned in time." 1869-Anne Warner, popular Eamon de Valera Irish Free
novelist of her day, born at St. :State head, born in New York
of Sherwin Williams Product
ministrations ZILO--A
together with the Had the writer of that letter lived un- Paul), Minn. Died Feb. 1, 1913. City, 53 years ago.

pretty nurses.A til the present day she would have had
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much to inspire her pen. And possibly

breath of* suspicion is not sufficient would have wound her 1----
mere up by bobbing hair
Zilo is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated -
: evidence of illegal possession of and donning short skirts herself. -
.' '. : Contains Substitutes. Can be used Inside Outside.
no or
liquor according to an Alabama judge, in "'f' "f...' For a Limited I 'f .
which the defendant was shown to have. CANAL
DIZZINESS"if ,;.. 1"!"i :'.-
had whiskey on his breath. The judge '\ '" A 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES\ ABOUT
said; "Possession of whiskey within the I (Sarasota Herald) t Time
meaning of the law contemplates a con- The Ocala Star pro-canal paper ha gotten '

trol over the whiskey, whereas when whiskey so dizzy about the canal, that in order'-to make I

: is in the man the whiskey controls the its arguments look stronger" it tells Cunn'1t stories. One
25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50
man." The Ocala paper writing about "state divi- I II

sion" as a result of the canal, believes that the

Rev. William. E. Webb o" OklahomaCity people of South Florida will change their minds I I Universal or HotPoint 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45

Okla., has organized a kissing club about state division when they see "its economic

among the married men in: his congrega- benefits spread out from the course of the water- Electric
tion. They pledged tc kiss their wives way to all parts of the state." And then it adds:
An exceptionally well con-
once daily, tell them hey love them, and "State division would not be supported wholeheartedly structed Iron for general I Iron

compliment them on their cooking. by South Florida. It woul! be opposed I household tapered point purpose and beveled Finely-

of course in north, central and wst Florida, edge Nickel Plated. With a oae year guarantee MAKES PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST

Every now and then a new anecdoL where rests the balance of legislative and political =and: \
concerning Father Abram Ryan famed power." II 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

poet-priest of the Confede-acy, The Star overlooks the fact that South Florida a PinItUpHandy 1

or maybe only an old one appears'l I would be solidly in favor of state division, and J "-

now going the rounds is to the in South Florida there is a population of approximately Lamp Can You Equal This Lw

once when he was charged with being unwilling 1,100,000 against: the 700,000 popula- .

to officiate at the funerals of tion of the North Florida section. I I BOTH Cost Anywhere? ." ,:\ : 3JttT;

Northern soldiers, Father Ryan denied the This division of Florida has been in the air I .

charge, adding: "On the contrary, I for a number of years, the people of South Florida : $$055 t..1 I JJut.. .

would willingly bury them all." chafing at the bit over the'Domination;: of the Remember! \Ve are Headquarters= ; for Lumber, Cement, Screens,

-- legislature by North Florida. The question has .I.I for Doors, Windows-in fact, Anything you need to Build or Repair.
The late C. E. Titman of Philadelphialived taken on new life since the canal work started and

for years in comparative poverty the division idea will grow. It will be pushed by

because he took a doctor's opinion too ser- I I men of character and force. I I Terms 55c down -, ;

lously. Fifteen yea.s before his death This canal is also splitting Florida politicallyand J 75c month for

Titman received & legacy of 250000. j! North Florida politicians are beginning to.l I 4 a monthsThe I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.Pijcue

About the samje time a physician told him realize it. Two-thirds of the votes of Florida are V; .

he has less than a year to live so he I in South Florida, and no. candidate for office is ; ss White *uid Eliza treets

squandered his fortune in c few months.: going: to jeopardize his political future by shouting Key West Electric Company

But he got well and worked for small for the canal when he knows that if he does "Your' home is worthy. of the beat
wages the rest of his life.- _% i he need not expect the support of South Florida. I !IJ J



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................................................. ........................ Preparations te fortify Alaska :eeeeeaee/ee.eee..e..a..

DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS Today In History Statett.are beiag male by the United POliTICALANNOUNCEMENTS()

ft,C,IfP t..t e.f.,Tf.,:

GRAVY 1065-Historic battle of Hastings LEGALS
(By )

.................................................I England marking the Norman -! I II'
conquest of England. TIIP. ("orT1'.81nfFV enrnT.1T .' CITY ELECTION
}lr. Michael Brindle one of the got together and took on Pious I \\n yoU MOAHORVLOHIUI. ror'T'-" NOVEMBER

snappiest C. P. O.'a in your Ul1ceSamuel's Winsome Hokey Pokey Willie I 1774-First Continental Congress In re The.Estate of I ......,..12..,aaaaaaaaaaa 1935 .
Navy, says that he likes) RICHART> PEACON.Deceased..
Watkins ((1 hope no other moniker'will adopted a Declaration of
to see what a guy's medal score For
be attached-or he will beat'I i i Rights. NOTICE OF APPM .lTloX FOR Mayor
looks like. He claims the column I' FINAL I>I9CAROENotice I DR. H. C. GALEYi
Sam Harris for some) and pal
will publish only scores by match in hereby gtvrn that the
E 18M-First baby show in United nnd that Julius Otto Kirchheiner. The

1 DIAMONDBALL ,I BAYVIEW\ PARK :STANTON WINNER play. So gentleman for benefit will the of be given.medal esteemed l I showed that Li and Russell score beat I I, Ohio.States held at Springfield I tamrnto on the to 2nd the annrxo.day Honorable of de April bonm Hugh 1 no.:as*.,Oann.present 'win-t WM.For H.Mayor MALONE

of few
score a guys Willie and Otto but Willie says he County Judge In and for )hmroeI
GOLD MEDALAS Incidentally, Mike used to play' I I County Florida a final report In For Reelection
SERIES OPENS t TEN DEFEATED golf out on the Schofield barracks made a mistake the other day. It : 1912-Ex-President Theodore the above estate, all vouchers and I

i! at Honolulu. You ought to is Li that is a magpie and not I[I Roosevelt shot and wounded by a I win ask for the approval of same For Councilman
course and for a final discharge as administrator. -
HERE TONIGHT ... CHAMP DIVERLOCAL get him to tell you about some of Samuella. The scores!! this crowd ,, crank at Milwaukee.1918President as aforesaid, in the estate DR. AI ARMANDO COO
i turned in could not found. of Richard Peaoon. d.d.rtfOCl .
lie oe
LOSE DIAMOND BALL the shots he made there once. I I Wilson repliesto at Key West. Florida this -
I, has offered to teach Ray Brightman Jth day of September. A. P. 11.\.. For Councilman
LOPEZ AGGREGATION AND TO ADMINISRATION TAM BOY AT UNIV. OF FLA.: how the game should be o played As usual the four horsemen, Germany's peace offer. Administrator T. E. J. ROBERTS: CLIFFORD G. HICKSFor

I. SATURDAY AFTERNOON SCORES 47 POINTS TO LEAD i and told Ray it could be learned were on deck and Johnny Jeremiah !I! -; : septic: oct-14-21-2S. nov4lll2 as aforesaid
BAKERS TO BATTLE FOR for the small -sum of maybe Kirschenbaum had a Malone score 192.1Germ$110OQO.OOO

TROPHY IN THREE-GAME i j INTRAMURAL COMPETITIONIN I $125. With the net result thai (49-49)) while Cupid Melvin Russell ,! loan oversubscribed in U. S. in 15 OTICB TO CREDITORS Councilman
1 he 1 minutes after opening of books. In re Estate of MARCOS A. MESA SR.
Brightman has not yet recovered had a 48-48. Says just i RECA PEACOX, ,
ARRANGEMENTBy I I (By JOVE) DORMITORY LEAGUES I It equilibrium but says that when I had to beat Kirch. Edward Strunk Deceased.To .

. The Social League played one I.Ibis will be for Mike had a 44-45 which won him the I all Creditors. Legatees Distri For CouncilmanJIM
I I he does he glad ; : ,
butee. and all
( OSCAR PITA) : game on Saturday afternoon at Curtis; Stanton son of Mr. and to show him how he played when I marbles while Doe William Per- I Today's Horoscope claims or demands persons against baring the ROBERTS

Fresh from their sensational Park. t Mrs. Curtis II. Stanton of this of the South Sea cival Kemp came in with 48-47. I above named estate.
Bayview he was champ ....................... Yon, and each of you are herebynotified For Police Justice
and successive victories oyer the ,: The} Office boys won by a 9 to I city, won the one meter board diving -!I Islands and way points. As usual a good time' was had by and required to present and,
Miami All-Stars the Busy Bee i 1 f Park championship in the Dormitory all and sundry but it seems that I. A gift of languages will be the file any claims or demands in the T. S. CARO
4 the Bayview I I office of the County Monroe
score over Judge
and Lopez clubs are scheduled- to Intramural League Thursday October Yesterday morning a few of the Melvin cot back some of that loss of today's native, with a I County. Florida; which you or any I

battle in'a three-game series, I' I boys went out and this time motion be has been: displayingi I somewhat unpractical nature. Today's lof you may have against the estate For Chief of Police
the ten.It until the 10, at the University of I i lately. Once'or twice Kirch child should be lof Keca Peacon, deceased, late of I
which opens tonight on Bay- was a great game Berlin Sawyer was not taken fora for- carefully Monroe County. Florida; within MYRTLAND CATES
view Park grounds. :' seventh inning; when the Park Florida. Stanton scored 47 points.. /r I snipe hunt. He went by and f i I got and when he was asked bowman I trained to some profession and eight calendar months from the

With winning' and t His nearest opponent "Dufcchy" Ike Russell and he made on the hole he said taught the value of personal application date of this publication towitth. For Captain of Police
a tropny as a boys' defense went to pieces! I II : saw to it that I 23rd day of September A. D. 1935.
prize to the team copping two of scored four runs. Storm, could tally only 40 points. I Pete Taylor were all set to play j two sheets and one pillow case. or it will be likely to T. R. J. RO B RTS. ALBERTO CAMEROFor

the three games the boys will the Office crew I Contestants were judged on form and Mr. Sawyer turns in a neat I J But Johnny claims this was on I serve in some subordinate posi- Co-Administrator CLARA LOUIsE and Co-Admtais-CURRY,

march onto the field with a fighting : Leaders at bat were J. Roberta and the intricacies of their dues. .I 48-49 while his partners are making account of Willie }bad just told his tion all its life. There is a good tratlx. respectively. Captain of Police

I spirit that will have the fans anti} J'hn.NavaTo. of the Admin-( Another honor for Key Nest'j i 59-60 on the one hand and ball before putting "it won't hurta 1 chance of success under some aspect ROGER Attorney WATKINS for Adms. ROBERT J. LEWIS

on the tip of their toes throughout istration ten, with three safeties came when Albert Wiggm competing 65-61 on the other. Wonder how I bit." : sep23-30oct7-14; : "Bobby"

: the contests i each in five times up, and Gon- in the fifty-yard back- r many strokes Daddy gave his opponents -

Although there has been a good zalez of the Park boys, with two I stroke of the same meet took ? I .. ." .

many diamondball series staged on singles in four tries. third place in a flashy field. 'Wig- i it C

this little Island City none has I In the pinches Goss knocked out gin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.A. i Sam Harris (the genial Post-

created more interest than the two singles that scored four of i R. Wiggin of tnis city. master) and friend Cookie :Mesa:\

"Battle for the Trophy." The eX- the Office outfit's runs. lie batted I I As qualifying dives Curtis per- i around but before the
I II played
citement of the Miami-Key West' .500. I! formed the front jack, back jack, score could be gotten from them

series lust week has died down In the field J. Navarro and sn and back dive. To be eligible j they'had departed for the city. ;.

with new interest in tonight's Wickers for the winners played a I'I for points it was necessary i! Maybe Sam's cats were hungry?

game and those to follow. great game and Jack Cates, Ortiz that he do these dives. As optional {: However today we got hold of

of Blackwell for the Park boys. !, dives, he exhibited in the one i
On all corners the city you and I the results and here they are:

can hear fans voicing their opin-I Score by innings: R. H. E. j i and a ]self forward full gainor Sam; 43-47, beat Cookie six up. jnoWS

ions on the outcome of the first i Administration- i i back flip. and forward half twist. .

game. "William Oases will knock 020 210 400-9 10 31 i Stanton will be awarded a gold J1

the ball out of the park to win the Bayview Park- 1 I key, to be presented at the Gator I t Li Plummer and Russell Kerr eryh

000 I 10 6 Growl, exercises which will beheld I
initial contest, is the dream of! 004 000 18 inclusive to learn box
the Lopez followers while the,i Batteries: E. Roberts, Rueda 'i as part of the program for! and wrestling.
Busy Bee backers, with a man rep- :' and J. Roberts; Elwood and Ortiz. the University's Homecoming Ii I! The following schedule has been

resenting Joe Penner and his rab-I i J I week, Oct. 21-28. II | set

it foot is talking on the effectiveness I Standing of the league: j 1 I The Key Wester learned div1 up:
High School BoysMonday
of Ward's hurling and ,; Club- W. L. Pct 1 ing in the waters around this city I I 4q
\ 3:30 to 4:30 m.-
how well the Embalmers "are go- Lighthouse ................ 10 l.OOO but two years ago under the direction j : p.
I Boxing. 4:30 to 5:30 p. m.- S.
ing to knock the ball away in back Administration 1 1500 of M. V. Plant, diving

of the catcher." Bayview Park ....___m.. 1 1500 j i structor of the local WPA at in-I Wrestling.
Tuesday: 3:30 to 4:30 m.-
Ah Ah Lunn, the 1935 sensation high School .m......--.- 0 1 .000'I Naval Station Pool, 1 p. '
Boxing. 4:30 to 5:30 -
of the Lopez crew will prob- There are three intramural p.
ably start on the firing line for ........................ I leagues at the University of I Wrestling. I
Division Harris
Street and Boys i
the Funeral lads with Ingraham. Florida: Fraternity. Independent
FOLLOWINGTHROUGH I Wednesday: 3:00 to 4:00 p. m. ,4
the best catcher of the season be- and Dormitory. The first compe-
I -Boxing. 4:00 to 5:00 m.-,
hind the bat. The Bakers have not tition in these leagues was p. ,

announced the battery for the first j \ : ed the early part of initiat.I' Wrestling. ,
| Thursday: 3:00 to 4:00 p. m.Boxing. .
game but Jimmy Ward who has
4:00 to 5:00 m.-
pitched through tQ victory in some]I WPA' ARRANGESSPORTS I Wrestling. p.

tight spots ind Gabriel Garcia.. (By JOVE)
Saturday: 1:00 to 3:00 m.Mixed.
the human stretching rubber-man!I ............e......C...r. p. '
in the backstop position 13 the i PROGRAM
( I Tentative plans are being made
Bees' best bet for the opening i, The Miami picked team came
to send a team of amateur boxers
contest. Both dabs will present here last week and played a three- I
TO TRAIN BOYS apd wrestlers to Mjami to compete -,
their strongest line-up tonight I game series with local clubs and
in their annual tournament.
There is a' 'Timor that Robert they lost the whole three games.In I -. / lwT >
Bethel pitching sensation of the I honor of the good sportsman- I This is an excellent opportunity

Pritehard's ten in 1931 maY' starton ship displayed by the visitors and LESSONS WILL BE GIVEN INI for the younger boys as
I every boy should know how to
the mound for the Bakers but truth I would like ;-
also stating the -s-
BOXING AND WRESTLING scientifically defend himself it is v
*o far there's nothing to verify to say that the Miami club was to t stated. /

this rumor. Should this prove to bring an All-Star team but we had UNDER ARRANGEMENTS 5 0e

be true and Bethel be in tip-top to postpone the games a week on r

form there's chances where the account of lack of transportationfrom I JUST COMPLETED MONROE THEATERLionel 0 Y Z

Lopez ten may be in for a good Snake Creek to No Name X .a;
trouncnig. Bethel was the firstto week the Barrymore-Jean Arthur
Key and the following
-in- 1
set a record in diamondball Miami boys wanted to postponethe I Arrangements have been made [ PUBLIC HERO NO. 1

strike outs when he whiffed a''' series because some of their by the local WPA Recreation! De) : :e

total of 13 batters in a fracas best players were unable to make partment to supply an Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orekea- 4t4\
tra 15-20ct Night 15-25c
against the Key West Electric I the trip. I wired them to come I tunity for boys ranging oppor-l ; .l.. : .

Company outfit. His record was down with any kind of a club be- _._. -- -- -- -- '<"< .'> /
later tied by Jimmy Ward and ,
cause we had already spent moneyon
Clarence "Willie" Gates. Gates I the series, and I told them if g&

recently broke this record and seta they did not come we would be the c

new one of 17.. Walker also has 1 losers. So then Hindy Bowen I l tOHl I ffiSttlE I DOlUffi'Sf' WORTH %

struck out 17.Arrangement. i .,
picked the best players he could .,
Mr. Gil-:
to have under the circumstances and came

fond local; FERA administrator' the Island City. They knew 1925
to 1935
and William H. }Malone city's they did not have a chance to wia I' They're a cheerful little earful

chief executive, open the series but they wanted to make good ... .f
failed when it was learned the down here 'I s :. : <>
their promise to come FASTER SERVICE

administrator and the mayor will and play. Today the .vrrtft ..a- > : You'll hear where'er: YOl'go
be few days. .. U
out of town a T years ace>. yoo&op- '
tnc time iy 1.5 m &- .
This is as erator needed aa 4out
cries average
being put on .
ef tea
Ar to individual players this sea Nine eftr7 ,
,. ...
of 74 mimic to p.t I -
benefit the order of Cabal- DtsUsc call
a for LOOK are
lero de la Luz. much I have to say: Hindu Bowen throngs.a: Lone DIaIaace.. . rompfetr due/ ton ..)< : i For smokers
Tookie Vegue, Donald Walterson t calL lee lime. -4 :( :f say "They Satisfy"And
The Lopez ten will use the fol- and Joe Domnick wanted to send .. ,: <

lowing players: : Ingraham. A. their wives a cable every half an SERVICE .-. .
Lunn C. Lunn Sterling, Kerr. W. _
hour, but funds were short and MM smokers ought to know
Cites BaLer. II. Gates. Gonzalez "-
Jalnnrpl.loN f.- ..hlnl c '
that stopped them from doing so. _. ;'
McCarthy, Sawyer and Quintan "we twea antiywY :
Carlson the clown of the .
was ... a.bsta.twa
Lopez. sehtee more Abed :
party. lie struck out six times in for .erial wire. Tbefoals.
The Bakers will use: Gabriel b IJalen'1lptJoa by wiad ..
I ht bag
t .o.
Sf k
the series and three were for ahd ..4 other de- l--
Ward. T 'r.es. Walker. Pena. Hale, ... .un.or IAac
bunting the third strike; His .Ia a decade ap.
P. Castro A. Acevedo.Higgs. lees III 1r.iraIIr:
yarns on how he could fly and ..,... table .
Bethel. Machin. Barcelo,
pilot a plane was the best of the
Alfonso. FJ
lie also5 declared Public
The will start at 7:30 year. REACH
Enemy No. 1 of "Jung-lctown. <
o'clock sharp. Lights! will go on
Hindu also U: a good flyer. He Slow there are 91.55 Ben
7 o'clock for team practice. Umpires has 100 hours ofolo: flying so I klPpIIonft I. ".. .... n.-
will be and! Gonzalez. Js 1':5 tbere veto 4G05 .. ..
CasS\ C.eSe Ben 101I i
.5 Al
--- \1"J he says. R. Carl:;on is a very Ben tekpho.e. I. nc.w.. tee V. s.. ad 12.5.- ___ 8rJ
dancer. So Joe and Don I ,21.500.55 III tbe t:1Ilte4: .
good is kkp- lbs
States, and 5.155.005 other I Id \
ANNOUNCE GAMES ald. Brownagly and Shaw were :.ielephae55 Ia the 11. So ,.. na_1aJ. B'. 57 '1'"
or BPU 0 aen-
at the dance and sat on the porchall Caaa4a&lid Calla to which .. ..
le1.4 slue or 11er Ct f.
LOOP through the dance (regular wall .. -W tut tek phoxe art Ia 55cb,
flowers). W. Turner was th .

most serious of the bunch. It washard .
for him to crack a smile. I RATES REDUCED I

(By JOVE)' Gon'zalez. Christie and Schraeder,, "' ..fo.i -
I. It3$ tM -.r I
Si-hedale of games for this the bachelors of the bunch, had to 1 a Urft-.ta.. station- tad: dr.r

week in the Social League follows: be escorted around by a cop tc = darttme==; : 13H 05Iasasd ::..: 1 I -

lday-Lilhthouse and High keep the girls from kidnapingthem. l New Tm-k bet.eea Ia 1025 eat 59s,8! tid 1x.4 or 5 11.25. '
niece lallPr dart orQkap
School And he put them to bed ,us. The New Tort 5 @ I @ 1'21. a era or led5etlo.e ---k-

Tuesday-Bayview Park and every a. m. Morse was a leej : Bodoa ..ratS SU was FraIKiat9$4-U: la L 5 U3. cto raw Du-.
Ljjrl.fhouse.dncsJay! every night at 9- a. m. And as a : 11715._ S R r .:::: ..=
W- -High. School and whole the Miami ball club was a -

Administration. clean bunch of players and th e -----

Thursday-Bayview. Park and city of Key West and its fans i is ; -- -

High School particular wish to see them dow] i

Friday-Lighthouse and Admin here often. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co..

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I I =MORNING STARj CITY SAWYER CALL DISMISSED OFFICER]'I Aluminum Diesel Engine Cuts Fuel Costs ....PEOPLE'S. .........FORUM.......... CLASSIFIED --DAU

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SYNOPSIS: Sony Bar** ftai was like an oasis In a desert fcf ........................ tfnIc
tried with aU ace Cnbty to _*. monotony. She decided suddenly to, MAYOR APPRISES CHIEF OF Editor The Citizen:
fo of ian-tag. tntfc prim Edict under this bead
far***. But they arc t m .ramei call or write tomorrow and see If the ACTION BEFORE: LEAVING I We, the undersigned: wish to will be inserted In The Citizen at fO WAITe
taBy antithetical; Edwin conitne Invitation still held; then with the
Swttlf't effort to Uvt ..0.Iv ..- call the attention of the people of the rate of le a word for each in- Okla
worst of her ordeal tn Elston behind .
at an affront, and CmUy eauftoC KEY WESTS.
sertion but the minimum for the
tear Edwin'. vncompromiiimg/ atti her she might seek solace at Morton s< a Key West to a few facts. Thereare THAT the ever increasing demand -
told *rr first insertion in instance is
wethsrfiaadyf theSthat tkt i* M- Hall: might decide away from I several _>1'0.,11' who are fighting 25c. every for quality goods is due to
-a./7/ Edwin; her father tvmpatAUe the ties of home what to do next *
the continuous advertising they
*. but France i* W,I. **rrrtd Owen Sawyer, night call of x ; so hard 'or a .s.per-bighway. Payment for classified adver
about divorce tn the family.There The ordeal In Elston didn't bear \
s ficer of We belie..e"'a.; they! would for"once tisements is invariably in advance get.
never has been a dicarc inU a great deal of thinking about. the .police department V i'.. \ -

ftltonamilyL There was the problem of Mr. and was dismissed yesterday by Mayor stop to realize 'a few things they but regular advertisers with ledger OntrniKMM advertising has ira-

Mrs Barnes: In the face of Edwin's Win. H. Malone. No reason for "r qi''raa.avbn.ww would be for the railroad "tooth I accounts may have their advertisements -! pressed the public with a desire to

Chapter 3i courage she could do no less than the dismissal was announced, as and nail. i charged. I buy query rte'f

CALL TO JUDITH i go to them tomorrow and try. futilely far as can be learned. The highway does not bring in Advertisers should give their I n + ;

I of course to make them understand The mayor left 4 o'clock yesterday any taxes to the cojnty. The street address as well as their telephone AJytrtiged 'ynxij have inspired -

rfRANCES remembered only too afternoon for Miami and railroad does! The taxes there- number if they desire results the public with confident
-- "
welL She bent her head. She believed that Edwin would before leaving gave a letter con- from pay the salaries of our county in them _

"Well." Emily, said. "1 never got help her; his word was a guarantee taining the dismissal order to for many months. With each classified advertise

over it. Even Edwin admlta that It of that; but she knew that no Chief Ivan Elwood to be de. tw x' The railroad itself employs ment The Citizen will give free an C.nfkkflce ,hcmvgs increased

has-fallen down. Do you think It amount of protestation on his part livered to Officer Sawyer. I /:-,; .._-_.. -- -. ., many people. This gives to our Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for sales.

would] be decent to go on after that would convince them that he had Later on the cap, badge and L town its last large payroll. Bank it. It is the advertiser who has
with no bond except a common dreadof been at all to blame. (Top-Bohnallte alumInum
other paraphernalia of Officer customs immigration; are all af faith enough to keep advertising
head and PERSONAL
what "people will say! He would simply In their opinion cylinder
Sawyer were turned over to the fected.If that really learns whet advertising -
Frances said at last. "No. I do.tthlok be nobly and sacriflclally shielding valve cover. (Center)- ; y
it would" the graceless Emily who had man chief by City Jailer Joseph Diesel-powered passenger r we use the railroad bridges STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, can accomplish.

Emily went quickly to her and aged (heaven_ knew how) to hyno Stickney. car traveled from New ---J for a super-highway this means INDIGESTION victims, why The printed is a mediumof
and looked blind tIze him! York to Los Angeles on there will never ?;e any railroad suffer? For quick relief get a page
kissed her. Jeffrey And ........................ $7.63 worth of fuel. (Bottom ... into our city. The hope of an- doctors proved advertising power.
ly' into the fire and marvelled that as for the divorce-In spite .. free sample of UDGA a

after thirty years of marriage a of herself she shivered! a little: Jef ) Aluminum cylinder .., ac 1 other railroad coming here will be prescription at Gardner's It has been proved by bringing

woman should still retain her capacity frey would help her wltb that. About Society block used In Cummins gone.There Pharmacy.oct2479ll141618212325. profitable results.NEWSPAPER .

for the unexpected.Nora six months hadn't she heard when Diesel engines. -- -- are those who maintain -

the It was by mutual consent? not easily star' heavy engine practicable for marine that we were more prosperous 28x ADVERTISING
knocked timidly upon She blessed Edwin for his unexpected ........................ AMERICANS are when KEEPS BUSINESS MOVING
study door. "Mr. Edwin Is here. tied but even they were left engines tractors and other thirty or forty years ago

the announced in a voice that quivered generosity: otherwise It P.-T. Assn. To rather breathless by the amazing heavy duty units it la only' recently there was no railroad. If we will FOR RENT SMOOTHLY A&ONG.

with excitement. Even Nora would] have meant Reno or an In- implications Inherent In the record that the more extensive use of look back we Rill note that Key

knew that husbands in good standIng terminable period of waiting. la that Hold MeetingThere made by an Auburn automobile aluminum baa given It the chanceto W st,)in tjose: da,.-. had scores of NICELY FURNISHED APART-

didn't ask to ba announced.They case she would hare waited: not recently. This car. equipped with break Into more and, .wider_ cigar; factories 'sponging and fish- MENT. All modern conven Get Rid ofMalaria
this exaltation of revolt would
came in without knocking. even have carried her far as Reno. win be 'a meeting of the a Cummins Diesel engine covered fields.] ing activities a. large and active iences. Apply;; 1113 Varela

Emily' head lifted. Til be tight! as Junior-Senior' High School Parent- the 3.774 miles separating Mew Charles B. Conn. President of the naval station, artrty barracks. We street., oc 2-2tx
And she
finally, just before dawn I
tell him. held York City from Los Angeles for Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation -
oat fell asleep. Teacher Association tomorrow have lost i in turn every one of FUr-N-t

Cut Edwin had followed Nora Into afternoon, beginning at 3:15 the Incredible sum of only $7-63-. whose organisation furnished these: activities Are we going to TWO AND FIVE ROOM !

the room; bad waited until she had she felt that the pros o'clock at the school building.A the cost of the fuel oil used to run I the Bohnallte aluminum alloy sit down and allow the last pay- ISHED APARTMENT Conveniences -

regretfully departed.Then he closed BECAUSE Judith's company might large number 'of members this motor. parts for the epoch-making cross toll that the>city and county has porches. 519 Eliza-
Such record Is of vital Interest Banish Chill and Fever!
a country trip an
and stood with his back 523 South-
the door beth street. Apply
help her through the Impending ordeal are expected to be in attendance. to.: be snatched from us?
not only to the engineers who the limitless possibilities of
against It. her the Citizens in ard street. septll To Malaria mast do two
Emily called next note those persons conquer you
have made It possible but even lighter Diesel engines using alum-
"Too needii'L" said steadily. morning on the telephone.] She favor of abandoning: the railroad.In things. ((1)) Destroy the infection in the
To Entertain Boys more so to every owner-or potential inum parts. A Bohnallte aluminum ,
-1 don't mind saying this before all waited with a quickened heart for [ practically instance theyare FOR SALE blood. ((2) Build up the blood to overcurin -
owner-of a car. Only 109 alloy block was used by this engine every the effects and to fortify against
of yon.- Judith's If it would Club
voice wondering Fellowship
gallons of fuel oil( at the trifling Instead of the customary cut thinking of how they will use further attack.There is one medicine that
Emily looked at him In astonish have changed in these last Intermin- ORIOLE GAS RANGE. Benches,
coat of seven Cents per gallon) iron cylinder block. Other aluminum this super-high.ray to their own don these two Hoofs sod that is Grove's
ment. Edwin too bad his capacity able years. :Members of the Boys Fellow- were required to drive the car parts used were the cylinder vantage It is time for these t Piano and house furnishings for I Tasteless CUR Tonic! The tasteless quinine -
for the unexpected.lie The voice came finally; thin and sale. Cheap. Must sell. leaving in Grove's Tasteless Chil Tonic destroys
ship Club, an organization formed 3.774 miles. It seems' unbelieableyetIt bead timing gear case and the selfish ones to realize that their, +
crossed the room and stood distant but with that unmistakable 1002 Fleming| the malarial infection i in the Mood
and being sponsored by Equity has been done. And the expectation clutch and flywheel bousing. The Business will be affected.We city. Apply
facing them but his eyes were on vibrant quality so characteristic of oct2-2tx' while the iron builds up the blood.Thou
Emily. Judith. Lodge Number 70, I. 0. O. F., are IB almost a certainty that mass weight was further materially repeat there must be many street. I sands oi people have coaqvend Malaria

"I want to apologize for the 1I"ayl "Emily? I don't believe moo! to be entertained this evening on very soon It will be within toe I reduced by making the crank people who favor the superhighway with the aid of Crow's Tasteless Cbftl

acted. he began. You were right Emily laughed unsteadily. Is. the grounds of the First Baptist reach of every car owner to duplicate shaft hollow. who do not realize the far- PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed Tonic. In addition to ben a noted remedy -
this performance.This $7.63 worth of fuel oil. a .Malaria, it is abe excellent
plus If cards $1.25. The Artman an
results the future.
and I was afraid to admit ItI want How are youf"Vulgarly church. reaching to
revolutionary change In Diesel engine with various aluminum tonic of general use. Grove's Tastetesa
you to know that 111 do all I can to well as usuaL How are This is the first social enter- once a highway is made of the Press. aUK? Cbil Tonic is pleasant to take and contains -
transportation costs has been made parts, sufficient to carry one
make the rest of It easier for yon." your' tainment since the club was form- railroad right-of-way all competition nothing harmful Even driMten like
possible by the ever increasing use 3.774 miles! well that ought to bea
Emily fought back a sob. She had "I'm not so sure yet. Judith, ed and an entertaining programof of aluminum. 'Though the Diesel mighty tough record to equal- and possibility of another OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Two, it and they can take it lately For sale

never In all the year' she had darling ;yon Invited me to visit you games and other entertain- railroad is lost -orever. bundles for bc. The Citizen by an drug store Now two ma-SOc
has been used much less beat!
engine long as a
"* and The $1 size contain IV times
known Edwin believed him capableof once- $1. as
ment features has been planned. We have no objections to thehighway1 fice.
this. Of-I much as the SOc size and gives you 25%
scornfuLOnce? 0-
The voice
Weather permitting the club and hope that in time we for
"It was my fault In the first place Where do you get this 'once' stuff?" will assemble at 7:30 o'clock and. ................................................. will have a highway. We have SECOND SIIEETS-500 for more your money.
he went on. "for persisting so long "Several times, then. Does the Invitation .
for two hours enjoy the fellowship gotten on very veil with the highway ( The Artman Press. aug7
and almost forcing you Into It. I -still holdr PERSONAL MENTION KEY WESTCOLONIAL
of their comrades and the as it is, with the ferry. We
think.? he looked from Frances to Judith said stoutly "Yon know I
Jeffrey that all three of us were darn well It does. When can yon games. t.......a....a................................... would: like the. bridges but if a PRINTING-Quality Printing at HOTELIn

responsible for that because I knew ?" choice has to be made, give us the Lowest Prices. The Art-
come-tomorrow .
in Francis Moore
Shirley Cook employed one arrived yesterday
both side." the railroad! man Press. ng7 the Center of the Business
you were my The Carrolls!
precipitate Emily Attend Grand
Many of the banks in Miami, who was by plane to visit his brother-
His sought EmilYagain.. We have not despaired of getting -
eyes thanked heaven for the qullty.Sot Theater District
spending a few days with relatives in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
And after yon left I shouldn't hate tomorrow. Will next week dot"" Opening At Raul'sA ; a railroad and will not until. TYPEWRITING PAPER 600

begged yon to come back especiallywhen "If you can't come sooner 1 sup left yesterday for Miami. Victor Moffat, for a few days. there is no hope at all. sheets, 75c. The Artman Press FInt data-FZr.pr..f-

you thought I might die You pose It will have to.- record-breaking crowd attended Fellow citizens do you realize ug7 Sensible Rat..

did everything on earth you could "This Is Monday. Suppose I comea the Grand Opening of Mrs. Agnes Cordero left on the Mrs. Wm. R. Warren, who was that every man. woman and child ;i
but It was a mistake from the be- week from Wednesday" in Miami for few with relatives of business WANTED
Raul's Club on the Boulevard plane yesterday afternoon for a days every place every I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

ginning. You wont believe It.he Judith said resignedly. right. Saturday night. Every table in ami where she will spend a l\U-1 and friends, returned on concern in our Island City will be I .
smiled faintly "but I tried too and i
; If that's the best you can do. Let me this popular night club was taken I' with relatives. I the morning plane yesterday. and is affected by the abandon- WANTED Chance to bid on Carat Elevater
even with both of us trying it
know what train you're taking and
ment of the railroad? next printing order. The 1
wouldn't] work long before festivities started. your Popular Price. .
the car will meet you In Montgom I I I
I I (Signed Artman Press. ng7
"I hope. he concluded the longest Playing better than they have County Commissioners Norberg
ery. James R. Ashworth engineer, EULALIE
speech of Its kind that Emily had "You're an angeL 111 write In the ever played before and with pep I I I with the Florida East Coast r.aiJi i I Thompson and Carl Bervaldi, and MARY MATHEWS, ----

ever heard him make "that we can meantime." and variety. Del Woods and his I who in West to j Mayor Wm. II. :Malone left yesterday SWEETING.AMELIA ,

do It as friends because I admire "Swell! Judith hesitated. "Anything orchestra gave the patrons of this way was Key operate |I afternoon by plane for L. CABOT
the switch engine used! inj i I
you now more than anybody I've I FLORENCE L. ALBURY
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darling club of Miami
wrong a splendid program popular Off business.
known If I can't loading the Ferry Palma, left by Committee of Division 0
ever even agree Street
"Yes. she said quietly. And re dance music. This dance
with l you." peated. "Ill write today. Judith plane yesterday for Miami! School teachers. I
band is rapidly attaining the I'I'I
She was fighting for selfcontrol."Do she I Allan Morris night manager of Key West Fla.
realized didn't even know about ,
I standard of the best radio orchestras
The Associated Press in Miami\
you mind my saying the same the baby but Instinct must have Oct. 12, 1935."Jae'ts..vllle'. wan'b
B. construction
thIng. Edwin?" it is stated. Their slow )I. Duncan en- I Igft yesterday afternoon after
warned her since she had refrained -
He smiled again, the tight-lipped from asking. I fox trots and waltzes were especially gineer with the state road depart several days in Key West on business !- L..dt.a Il.t.r

Uttle smile that had repelled her so -Ill try to wait.,then..JudIth said appreciated by everyonein ment, left yesterday for Miami I

often In the past and shook his "But please] hurry." attendance. after spending a short visit with THE.SEMINOLEJS

head."There's no reason to. It's Just Headed by Joe Lopez the floorshow his family. I
1 wilL And a thousand thanks. I. N. Meltzer arrived yesterday &tJarkemTlIle.
that 1 had to let you know how I made hit with the crowd -
She hung up the receiver with a a 1 1I 1I I I morning by plane from Miami fora
felt before It was too late. from start to finish. Master of
lighter heart and went to JeffreYsItndy
Maitland Adams of with Mrs. Meltzer and
manager son,
When he had I Sc
gone Emily covered sD ..
Ceremonies Del Woods did JOOdl I i
to say goodby to him. Jeffrey a Charles
the Thompson interests in Key Curtis Meltzer who are C r it4a
her face with her
trembling she knew had waited to hear the job introducing the numbers. t
between laughter and tears. West returned yesterday morning with Mrs.\ Meltzer's.mother\ Mrs. a'ICa r
outcome of the conversation beforehe act o
"If he had stayed much longer I'd went to his office. Gwendolyn Borden'snovelty and 'Gerald after a short business visit in I Charles Curtis, at the family :
loudly applauded
hue begged him to take me back was Miami home Caroline and Simonton
"It's all right Dad. I'm going a
and that would have been the worst week from Pinder surprised the audience I streets, and left on the return at \
Wednesday. '
tragedy of all!" with a brand new dance act. plane in the afternoon. '. ,
Frances said He brightened"That's fine. The Madge Sands went over the top James E. Duane, caretaker at t
"Emily 1
are you quite sure that-" change will do you a world] of good. with her number and was-called Long Key Fjshing Camp who was SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT FlerUa Lsi SJe.
lIe looked keenly at her."You didn't
"Quite. Mother she Interrupted want to go sooner?" back to perform several times. in Miami\ on business, returned by .... CH es. B. GRIPER. M_.*** ..

quickly. "We all have our moments. She shook her head. "That would The surprise numbers by''the or. plane yesterday.Mr. :; n 'human home-tike Institution

and that was Edwin's. Out unfortunately che'stra enjoyed by WAVES, where you will find ye.r tudlTMaal Here's EVERYTHING la'
look like running away I wanted to were every- tamlftt and entertainment a mat- you want a roof-Perma-
we can't keep on living up stay and face the music here first one. They played two complete and Mrs. W. D. Creel who Two Permanent gg.QQ ter of great importance.A fleece Economy Beauty. Fabricated from asbestos and J

jto them." and get that over. Then I can enjoy songs on seven bottles. were called to Waycross, Ga.. because for -- -- cement these shingles are as durable as stone. Never
t t require replacement, painting or kind of
Better Waves $5.00 and any upkeep;
myself That's what I'm of illness in the family there up
THAT night she went to bed In she concluded calmly"to going enjoy for my ........................ left this morning by chartered MRS. MILLER A tl!. the fre! .heart fef ...,..tae.1.*city leeate and their in low modern first cost artistic is the colors last cost.they afford Made! in roof three combinations styles

room that had been hers self." boat for Miami where they will 1 Ocean View Apt. P...... 57&-J -o- of outstanding beauty and distinction. Before you

ever since she could remember. He smiled at her.And I know yonwill. HOWDY\ KEY WEST! entrain for Waycross Every Room with Combination Tub spend your roof money get all the facts about these remarkable -

She lay and considered plans for About this other business and Shower Bath. Radio Electric shingles. Come in, see samples and get our

the Immediate future Not Birmingham Mick. his voice was carefully mat PALACECharle Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer price. i I
again because a Job there was RED KERCE Quimby Melton D. E. Whitlockand Ventilation/ Comfortable Bed with
ter-of-fact but he couldn't yet speak By SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.
of Inner Spring Construction .
out of the question in times like the word "divorce" casually; "I sup. ........................ Catesby Jones members of, Boyer-Merte O'Beroa and Individual RI.g _">

these. pose you'll want It over as soon as "Grow old beautifully," advisesa 'the committee appointed to investigate -- 1 1in Lamp PHONE 598 White & Eliza Su.
Charlotte had taken two salary possible?" deaths of veterans on THUNDER IN THE EAST RATES
haven'ts Home Is Of The Beat"
doc "Your Worthy
cuts already and wrote that she expected "Yes. I may never marry again professor. But. you the Keys during the hurricane: Two Comedies. ......

each day to find herself in but I hate being neither maid. wife a recent photograph of yourself left by plane yesterday afternoonfor Matinee; lO-IScj Ni'gkti; lS-25c TO R_... Private Be kW > .:a..ee
the ranks of the unemployed. And nor widow. Is It very difficult have you? Miami where. the investigation : R_.. Private Beth :LM
N R.m., Private Bath a.w '
life in Birmingham would have no "Not very under these circum is being continued today. 14 Rma. Private Bath a.H',' [ i.xii.

Justification without work to fill the stances. Two terms of court; one Educational note: Sheza Moron I !. aaiale a..... Private Bath 45
days for the first and one for the final intends to try and think before'

She thought wistfully of Judith decree. We can arrange It very the winter ends. Mothers FUNERAL HOME
and the long-deferred visit There
had been no word from Judith In quleUy.-Jeffrey thanked heaven for Ed In treating children's colds Serving Key West .

months but undoubtedly that washer win's scrupulous sense of fairness. It must be pretty difficult for don't take Half Century I-
24 Hoar AmbuUnee Servile.Licensed ;
own fault. She hadn't been able (Copyright If If. l. Iforloit Bunt) the administration ta demand a chances..usePROVED VICKS I jI I

yet to write. about the baby and of breathing spell for business, hold EmbalmerPhon. Hoodwink

(Course Judith was waiting to hear. ha Even lived EUton.all her Ala.lifa.. where aurpriact" Emily her ing its breath. i ; BY 2.GENERATIONS: ; : I 135 Night 696-Mt I he

But the memory of Judith's glamor tomorrow I "b ,

-- --------.- ----- I --- ACCEPTING '
Still Coughing? j IMITATIONS
STEAMSHIP Co. To the D. Pant
act VM 100% Port
VETERANS' HEARING in The you No have matter how many: medicines i P & 0 D sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. !NISf'AIIf
1 In the article appearing tried for your cough chest I UNITED STATES FAST
cold or bronchial irritation you can : look for DXVM '100% Pare Psat'ha*'otttakeen
EXPLAINS SITUATION[ Citizen on Saturday relative to I get relief now with Creomulsion. MAIL ROUTES FOR \ iaitatej..bat _explicated. -.--..

the death of C. G. Symonette at Serious trouble may be brewing and 1 this Label '
DaYia 1O% Pore Paint conferee 7 withIn -
(Continued from Page One) '!'Marietta\ Ga, the names of two with you cannot anything afford less to than tate Creomul a chance I MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST Havana Wednesdays INDIES and :: aU pare paint Laws and if tbe only paint -.sr- nTHEHBDAVlSCflL
West for
North Carolina to invt'Stil'atEondition ( f relatives were' omitted. 1- sion which goes right to the seat Leave Key Tuesdays aJUc PURE ,tbat curia a guarantee Gl purity.! ==
of the trouble to aid Saturdays 8:30 A. }I. ---
$ in veterans ramps i ir 1 I' the widow of the deceased -_ soothe and heal nature to Thursdays PAINT
They are the Inflamed membranes I Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Cook for this Guarantee the Label-
that state and from there t and as the germ-laden _
Mrs Irene Symonette phlegm
Washington where is loosened other 6:30 P. M.Leave. w...___...... _Mwr-... -I ..,...1_____.... _
a conferenc t his sister Mrs. Alice Symonette Even U remedies have Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. }L 4 AS ...._ w sa.is by r ......... sod .w ......... 00aI<0n -'Yo'
,,'ilI be held with Watson B. Miller -j Baker of Pensacola. failed don't be discouraged, your
chairman of tbe merican Le- druggist is authorized to guarantee Sale of ticket for Havana will atop at 8:00 A. M.a: &UMM JBAiiMLTNflG. r

gion national rehabilitation com presented; to Ray Murphy legion money Creomulsion if you and are not to refund your For farther information call Phone 71
satisfied with C ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets
mittce. .1 j I commander elected] at the St. results from the very first bottle J. H. COSTAR, Afeat. i-__ .

The investigation report will bt B i*Louis convention, _-__ pet Creomulslon right QOV. (Adv. -

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