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 17, 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
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Attodated Service.Press Day Wire ..... i b i{ 3cst ([t ttt3tfl, most Key West equableiweather Florida, has in the thf I

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the fcp! _. 4 range country of only with Fahrenheit an average


overnor Sholtz Suspends I ROTARY .MEMBERS J[Egypt Surrounded By Military TWO\ MORE DAYS County Commissioners Favor


Constable Alberto CameroCharged ; COMMITTEE_APPOINTED. DURING -!! Action In Italy's Barricade CITY; POLL TAX Completion Of Highway As

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With Malfeasance,I 10 PASSENGERS RESTORATIONThe CHICAGO MAN r Concentration Of Brit Objective

Misfeasance And Gen-] ARRIVE ON PLANE I CITES PROJECT j i ish Ships In Suez Sec WILL CLOSE SATURDAY -- -

presence of the local Cuban I i".I" 1".1"I' .I'.4

eral) Neglect Of His I consul gave the Thursday meet- FOR MARATHON II I tor Causes Much Speculation AFTERNOONBut I! Porter Offers Resolution -
FIFTOEN Cluo'a of i'
Duties ing of the Rotary tinge SUNG IN ENGLAND
AT !i two more days remain in
Interaationalism. The reading ofa ing Held At CourtHouse
H. CLARK; CONSULTS WITH i which voters of Key West, who ex
I O'CLOCK tens A..wetatei 11r..)
(Br Auwrlatr l>rrTALLAHASSEE ..) I 4 letter written in Spanish and MAYOR MALONE RELATIVETO ALEXANDRIA. Egypt Oct 17. pact to exercise their right of LONDON, Oct. 17.-English Last Night

Oct. 17.I addressed to Mayor Wm. II. Malone EXTENSIVE DEVELOPMENTS I Concentration of British fight suffrage, can become qualified to oysters are so wideawake

-Charge of open gambling Passengers to the number of 10 by Dr. Manuel Martinez ex- vote in the city election on No- they watt go to bed.
AT KEY ing ships IB the Sues sector Two British
*n Key West were made yes- arrived on the1ane this morning :, pressed the appreciation of the i vember 12. women scientists Commissioner W... R. Porter
coupled with deports of Italian This statement was made today are hard at tryingto
terday by Governor Sholtz which left Miami 9 o'clock, alighted delegation from the Cuban gov- [ solve that knotty t blew, weat oo record l last night at a
I the basin at 10:15 ernment to the recent celebrationof ;by Tax Collector Frank II. Ladd
near yacht EI.pt.1
military preparations on seeking a "biological -llaby
II. A. Clark wealthy of
as he suspended Constable and went to her mooring? m the EI 1 Grito de Yara for all the man I I and his deputy, E- C. Gomez whois to care insomnia am ig the joint meeting of toe board of

Alberto Camero of that city basin. courtesies shown them while in Chicago, Ill., is planning extensive -, western boundaries. have caused Mr. Ladd's deputy for the collection bivalves. county commissioners sad city

i Key West. Egyptian officials anxious. of poll taxes at the city "Young oysters swim
for malfeasance, misfeasance -I Passengers on the list were President Melvin 1:. Russell appointed -I developments at Marathon, I some halL around for a short period be- council,. attended by other off*.

incompetency neglect: David W. Everett Albert O'Clare a Transportation Committee Ha. momenta lately fore permanently anchoring
and is now completing
arrangements -
books and tax cials, FERA workers about
Registration and
poll 40
I George Harris, Maurice Young- whose duty it shall be to them set vse," explained: Dr.
of duty, and accepting bribes Jack R. Kirchik Charles An estimated 40,000 Italian books will close Saturday after-
mans, further all efforts to have the F.E for starting operationson Margery Knight' "but in recent citizens, as being,opposed lo construction >
while in office., Ackerman, Ada Wharton. Frank- C. R'y. lines of transportationwith troops now are reported !n Libya nono, October 19. At the county I years oyster beds on the I
lyn Arenberg, Jeff Spottswood, the mainland restored.! a large scale. court house they will close 4 British coast have become seriously of a highway over the
and along the frontier,
Governor Sholtz' Egyptian i
suspension Francis Spottswood. The Transportation Committeeis Mr Clark was in Key West yes o'clock and at the city hall 5 depleted. The oysters I right of of the Florida East
which extends
order against Camero There are 15 passengers booked composed of Wm. Dementi, Eddie : from just beyond i *simply won't go to bed." way
I Ifor I passage on the outgoing Strunk, Bascomb Grooms. terday and called on Mayor Wm. Sollovas, about 300 mile. due I o'clock. After that hour there,I Dr. Knight and her co- Coast Railway.

charged there were 20 bolita I I plane scheduled to leave at 4 Everett Russell and Wm. H. Malone : II. Malone and presented_ a tele- I west of Alexandria, down to and will be no opportunity to get worker. Dr. Mary Parker of

gambling houses in Key o'clock. ] gram which he had received advising including the Oasis of Jarabub, ; qualified to vote in November. Liverpool University, hope to After a short preamble in which
A Youth Movement Committee I. I' establish artificial beds of
West and 50 bolita peddlers! him to consult Mr. Maloneon ceded by Egypt to Italy severalyears Up to this afternoon there have I he declared as being opposed to
of all Rotarians also
Baby in the
was at
sp I oysters laboratory
FOUR BUILDING I all legal matters relative to been 590 poll tax reeipts issued
who canvass from house to I pointed. ago.Reports )1\-.1, the Manx biological station the railroad right of way proposition
the development plans. also have it that a by Mr. Gomez and 86 by I Port Erin.

house and induce women i PERMITS ISSUEDTOTAL While in Key West Mr Clark I barrier of barbed wide entangle- i Ladd, making a total of 670 since i I and unalterably in favorof
and children to buy numbers I I I secured a list of business places ments has been built by the Italians the books were opened.In i 1 "II..I'SIIIII.. Monroe county doing all possible -

from worth I I I handling plumbing, electrical and than 200 the opinion of Mr. Gomez
one penny's to 51 PASSENGERS' stretching more I >> to have its own Highway
AMOUNT REACHES I other clashes of fixtures, lumber] miles from the Mediterranean there will be approximately 2200 IVY RUNS INTO
to '
amount they care
any I completed Mr. Porter offered tho
voters qualified to vote the elections
in -
dealers and others and also the southward it lost the
MARK OF $US FOR until is< in
place. I I STEAMSHIP OZARK TO COME names of artisans to be consulted I impassable Libyan desert. I to be held November 12, ROUGH \WEATHER I i following resolution:
That the gambling operations counting the exempts which aresaid I
relative to going to Marathon to Behind this barrier the Italians the
I "Whereas it has to at-
i INTO POT TOMORROW I to be about 1300. ewe
can be seen from the ii i work. have a series of forts, linked by tention of the Beard of County

street, and that the said Alberto -I Four permits for building and! WITH FREIGHT The Citizen was given to understand wireless and a motor road. At LIGHTHOUSE VESSEL DROPS Comm MioAen of Monroe County,
t that much of this has been; the coast end of this Hal PRISON ESCAPES
: repairs, totalling $425, were issued -: I i ANCHOR IN LEE OF SAN. Florida
i that there ia a movement
Camero is a frequenterof accomplished and arrangements
tan colonials recently completed a
I during the past week from RACKET OF ANGMARSEILLE. -
made with several contractors to i IBEL ISLAND under to convert the present
such places, and has: the office of Building Inspector, Steamship Florida! of the P. &: macadamized road which stretches:I way
start as soon as their services are back through Cyrenaica to Tunis,I.I railroad bridges OK tike Honda
failed Harry M Baker, authorizing the I O. S. S. company, arrived yes- (fly AMoelatrtf PreM>
to make any arrestsof ] following: terday afternoon from Havana in demand. I more than 1,200 miles. ,. France, -Oct. 17. East Coast Railway iota an auto-
I It was in connection with this Afussohm's recent deference to. Lighthouse Tender.iitradieed .. .
gambling Repairs 'to roof 'at 905 White with 61 ., and. sailed 10 =
operators.!: 1 I passe project that Mayor Malone addressed : : Polfce here are hunting a tang
Camero also was charged street. Owner;- Jacob Faraldo; I o'clock last nigh: for Miami with the commissionerslast -I I unrest in Cyrenaica:: which lies specializing in escapes from Dev- headquarters last night that rough "Whereas it is the opinion of a
:I cost. $100.General. 40 additional out of county adjacent to the Egyptian: frontier -! .
passengers 'I il's Island and other penal settle- seas had made it necessary for thevessel
with accepting bribes from i I repairs to home at 1 Key West. night asking that arrange-, causing a decision to reinforce ments French Guiana. great majority of the people of
in be anchored in the lee
1026 Varela street. Owner, Jake Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde- ments be made for ferries to| troops in Libya, did nothing! The is said I to Key West and Monroe county and
gambling places for allow- transport material and workmento the of gang by investigators of Sanibel Island, near Cabooaa also the of this board, that
Aronovitz Egyptian sense
; cost, $300. Mallory Lines, is due in port to- Ito I improve I It to. operate bn a back opinion
Marathon. '' lighted bell buoy. The Ivy has a would not be to the beat interest -
ing them to operate un Repairs to roof at 623 Whitehead morrow with freight from Jack- t security. I basis, returning the price paid i ii if
molested.A street. Owner, Mrs. F. Fora- son ille and Miami. Brazos, of 1 I Desert Trails Dangerous the escape is not effected lest barge in towsTender of Key West and Monroe county

berg; cost, $50. the same line, is due Sunday from STILL RETAINS I Egyptians.troubled by this evi-, friend of the prisoner expose the I Poppy is at Key West to abandon the railroad in or-
successor to the con.I General repairs at 811 South- New York and another vessel, dence of warlike preparations by!I'band if it kept the money without undergonig repairs and is expected der to convert .it into an auto-
street. Owner S. Cabrera Medm, [land, sea, desert and air on all mobile highway now therefore,
,lard ; is cue Monday evening i i
producing results. be for tornor--
stable who held office in 4'| to ready service
FAITH IN CITY sides their "Be resolved 1 the board of
of it
cost, $75.ILANDO. from Gal"" --ton.I country, frankly The usual by>> :
for Tender I'omciana M engaged
price organizing row.
f I !
District Two of Monroe are puzzled by Italian activity on county eoBUTHrtioners' of Monroe
I I. an escape is about $1,000, policesay. I in a schedule of activities in ,
the Libyan frontier-at best ai,! % county, Florida, that the Honor-
county, was not immediate FORMER sorry stretch of desert almost uninhabited -:i Anclotc River. I able David ShottE, governor ofFlorida
ly appointed."This HOMESPUN and practically worthless -'I --- -- ---- --- be asked to assist the

".I5S LEEN WIL, citizens of Monroe county and
action of the governor is TAKES PRESIDENTIAL I BOOM CALMLY LIAMS Indeed communication from I I II ,I II TWO\ NEW VACCINES TO COMBAT Key West in obtaining the assist

Alexandria to the Libyan frontier.' ante of the federal governmentto
like a bolt out of a clear sky, and I can be had only over highly dangerous -;i INFANTILE PARALYSIS WILL\\ BE complete the Over Seas High-

nothing has ever .happened dur- Awteciatrd Press) I routes which furnish an I, way into Key West and also to

ing my career as an officer which I TOPEKA, K..., Oct. 17.-Gov.fed in oil and has been an inda- From Mrs. Louise: Leak; formerly indication of the desolation of, assist in obtaining repairs to the
is a greater surprise than this removal I, pendent operator ever since. For !Miss' Louise Burton of thi city,: this part of Africa. I I GIVEN TRIAL IN NEXT YEAR Florida' East Coast Railway damaged
Alf M. who hears him ta! to Miss; Hen Williams
Landon { he has been a leading figure come One route lies along the roast, 1 by>> the recent hurricane
order by the I years
governor I a letter urginij that Key Welters !
in the industry! in the mid- but the going is extremely bad.I which caused great havoc and destruction -
self mentioned with increasing
said Officer Camero when asked I I I continent field. keep their chins up. "Key W sl Further south from Jarabub a| By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE the other diseases Most of them of life and property on

by The Citizen as to his reactionsto I frequency as Republican presidential .I Father Of Three is not down and if the city keeps track leads through Siwa across., (Associated Press Science Editor) |; are "specific," which means that the Florida Keys.

dismissal I lie is tae father of three ch.il- culling together will tone out the waterless desert for 180 milesto I I NEW YORK,.Oct. 17*-Another "Be it further resolved that
material, likes old hats, vih' colons r' ," the former I they protect against but one disease -
Asked who he thought may. dren, Peggy Ann. 18, whose >ing Mersa Matruh. near the oasis:r the appreciation e f the citizens of
hey Wester writes. of Farafra. Another trail passes year sod the vaccination of per.! Monroe eewty b* expressed to
mother "of-
have been instrumental bring. i shoes and a mellow pipe. died in 1918, was hw i I
in t ficial hostess" for He has The suggestion that a booster through Mogara and thence to the:i iI How To Tell the governor for the assistance
years. I children then theI I'
hap. 20,000 --
ing about his dismissal Officer f tf The governor Ii.mself: is silentI two children by his later marriage club. :>e orjrani.1 with about 50 environs of Alexandria. I II I The only way to discover wheth which lac. bee heretofore renderedthis
Camero replied he had no doubt i" iiilers: each number p1'", tfed tO I The first of these gives the I er a child the infantile "
to all questions about his possi- Nancy Jo, 3, and John : i wcrld may know whether two new'I possesses cOBjrty.
' it was just a frame up by political -I ble candidacy but the talk in Cobb, 2.Landon. v lite at least tc. letterto people shortest cut to the coast, but the: paralysis antibodies is to take Witbovt' hesitancy the board
enemies effort to hurt I i they know will travel south Kattara j infantile paralysis vaccines virtual.i some of hw blood the
in an political circles has spread beyond is serving; his second great depression of is en serum, mix it unanimously approved of
his standing with the voters! and I the realm of "lavonte son" possibilities term. He won his first in spite of tl J. year. The* members must ( countered passable only by those:i I will wipe out this child peril. with the virus which cause the reaofatmi.
injure his candidacy for captainof Democrat) landslide=" which engulfed sell:I Key West to people Each I I who know it well. It comprises an i disease and give this mixture to The clerk was instructed to for-

police at the November elec I A stock broad-shouldered man former Vice-President Curtis sn"rLcr of the dub mu i believe ; extensive swamp, from which'j The New York City health department an animal, usually a monkey.If ward a copy of the resolution to

tion."I I. with a deliberate manner, Landon on the national ticket with in Key \\ ist and its future if they ;I there is no escape, once one is I r has produced of the the mixture fails to give the Governor Dave Sfcolt at once.
\isitor that this one
am standing on my recordof has about} him an undeniable President Hoover. arc to convince I lost in it. 1 monkey paralysis, that is proof At the coAChHwa of the read-
arrests and performance: "homespun" air that has made Landon's boosters are gathering; city is an ideal <.i.e to spend th.ir I I Army Swallowed In Sand I It vaccines Dr. John Kolmer of the child carries some immunityto ing and unanimous adoption of

my duties as an officer which is him a wide circle of friends. He vp the records of his acts in be- winter vacation. t j Armies have been lost in these the disease-that he has the the resolution. Mr porter stated
open to the investigation. of the i. admits he is no great speaker. half of state economy as materialfor Mrs. Leak plans on visiting Key : treacherous sands. Nearly 2,500 Temple university the other. They right antibodies. that the idea of using the railroad

public at any time in the city. lie prefers a desk for his feet spreading. the Landon Loom.I the West"boosters and will club"assist if in organizing not ;, years ago Cambyses, son of the I are similar. These same tests show also right; of way for a highway for

halL I and a "loaded" pipe to public appearances They point to the "pa>-as-jou- before she on. is here. I king of Babylon. made himself; whether the new vaccine pro- automobile was preposterous.
Aked about Officer Camero's He doesn't like a, hatt I go" dive; .hich, under Landon's organized comes I phar "u -jid turned his mind to I The resource and clans of the duces the protective antibodies in I He said that his intensive efforts

record/ Mayor Win. II. Malone( unless it is a year or so old and j leadership, has reduced the per siwa-then known as' the Oasis i t New York City heaith department the blood of children previously are to be directed to having the
told Tin Citizen "I know nothing; prefers shoes "a.out the same capita school cost 21 percent; MAYOR SELECTS of Ammon. :' alone, with the cooperation of the found to lack them. OveneM Highway completed and
ot his record as a constable but age." balanced the state oooks July 1 I I The army he sent to take possession 'I Warm Springs Foundation and the Only these complete testa show the rehabilitation of the railroad.

in my opinion he is one of the I Secretary To Allen with an unencumoercd cash balance of the place ,lost its way Rockefeller Foundation, are whether it is the new vaccine or If the railroad was tat to be used
most efficient officers of the police Landon came to Kansas in 1904 I of more than a million dol-I ANOTHER OFFICER in the desert and never was heardof I enough to insure a final-.and just luck which protected the 6- as a railroad let it reMain as it is

'epartment.' I am having his He was born in Middlesex Pa.. lars; reduced the state and local I again. Conditions have changed medically speedy-verdict. 000 to 7,000 persons; receiving the but under no consideration let the

record of arrests and other activities but lived most of his yotith in rovernmental unit indebtedness' ( little since then. I I 'Antibodies* Protect Child vaccine. people of Key West and Monroe
compiled] and expect to Marietta, Ohio. His first interest -t $22,000,000 in three years! ; 'cut<<: Paul Tompson is to be appointed Yet there are many nervous The New'York vaccine has been Tests Tedious county give the matter of using

have them ready within a brief in politics came in 1912 when. the assessed valuation of real I to the position of night/: call officer Egyptians and the government'I! used this ,year on about 6,000 Largely for that reason the the railroad for a highway any

time ,he joined the liberal wHIg of tie I estate approximately 17 percent; of the police department of I I1(Aspects their feelings. Recently!I I children, and several! hundred good record of the 6,000 to 1- support.
"If rumors are to be considered Republican part and wa* a "bull and reduced automobile license I Key West Ma;or Wm. H. Malone I King Fnad's cabinet appropriated i adults. Resources are sufficient to 000'vaccinations to date is not re- lie concluded his remarks by
-S as ground for the removal of officers -I mooser." stone with several other fees 50 percent The only new tax told The Citizen today. The sip, $1.000,000 to purchase war materials -,I increase' this to 20,000 vaccina- barded as sufficient evidence. saying he bad been reliably Informed '.
every officer in the city. prominent Kansan, including added has been an income tax. ''The I pomtment will become effective from Great Britain and it j i tiona by nex] summer. The complete tests are tedious I that the railroad could

could be removed, including myself -jllenrx J. Allen state is one of the few withouta I j tonight, the mayor said. I( postponed the discharge of sol-,t| The" protection against infantile and have been possible to date on I not give a dear title to its right
," concluded the mavor I His first appearance in state sales tax. I Ivan C. Roberts, who was ye.-!, dieTS whose army terms are ex-I t paralysis is "antibodies," protein, not more than about 150 of the of way, by purchase or in any
)j At police headquarters in the' politics was in 1922 as! secretaryto 'Reminiscences'Landon ,' terday appointed to the position 1 pmng. A1 big parade of native substances in the body. Some chilIdren -(I thousands vaccinated. The 150 other way, for five or six years
city hall the question was asked: Governor Allen Later he managed himself, leaves all the. and was expected to assume I>isI and British troops in this city,!I naturally possess thees antibodies indicate that the vaccine is good, This wan concurred m by Attorney -
ej to Officer Camero's record and;, the camr-nijrn of Clxde M "pointing with pride" to his i I duties last night, did not appear wits 10,000 men in line, was part' and that seems to be the but the number is regarded as too I William V. Albory who stated

The Citizen was informed that i Reed. By 1928 he was Repub- friends and sums' up his governorship -I at the city fall to be qualified. I of the ".econty** program. i reason why they escape poliomyelitis. small that in his opinion dear title j
practically all of the major arrests .J' Iican state chairman and four with these words: :Moreover to be convincing to I could not be given before 1942 if t

made during the past three J years! later became governor; "When I sit' back in myoid 1 NOTICE ELKSRegular Although the proteins themselves medical men tbey must be conducted then.President 1I
tear were made by Officer CamerV -I| His home is in Independence easy chair in years to come. Ill can be found easily; thereis under all the varieties of I Leo Warren of city
>. and the dockets show many',; where he lives in a rambling, console myself by saying that I meeting Key West ramps no chemical method of distinguishing outbreaks known. Under the New I council, aBBOBBteH that the city
Baser ofpamblirVj violation of liquor laws,,j white frame house; By profes- was governor when Kansas had its Lodge No. 551 B. P. O. E tonight $ tt\1)) one protein from anoth York plan the vaccine will go: to,'council would at one formulate1' a

: laws and the laws rd.jsion.{ the governor is an attorney biggest bond scandal, its worst at 8 o'clock. All member aJk su+e 1 er. various parts of the United States' resolution along the same linen as
at" e t} bolita, in which he was a graduate of the University of drought, hotest weather, the most are urged to attend. i I Some proteins are antibodies but only to physicians and health. that offered by Mr. Porter and
the ar/eating officer He has anxcelLnt ,i', Kansas law scjool: but more than terrific relief problems and most t I W. CURRY HARRIS WHISKIES AND GINS against infantile paralysis, some j: authorities in position to conduct'! have it presented at a meeting to

record it was said. J 120 years ago he iecame; interest- days of a legislature it ever had.., oct7-lt Secretary. against diphtheria, others against controlled experiments.. I'i (Continued on Page Four)



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Cfo Scp Est Cttfteti THE RACKETEER KING T I Iit I..........".........
TODAY'S WEATHERTentpert Today's
Published Dally Except Sunday By One of the most pointed articles on it r 11
TUB CITIZEN BUSHING: CO, INC.: -fey"Movie Spodigfu" I......................
L. P. ARTMAN. pmMeat the subject of governmental waste to :
JOB ALLEN Aa.Ut.at B.. .... ...+f.* l j I Admiral Christian J. Pec'U. .
\ come to our attention lately declares that I ably occasional showers; frerh S. N., born in Iowa, 59
From The Citizen y
Corner B lldinc Highest .......-.......... .....- .......84 I northeast and east winds i 1 lago.
Greene and Ann Street. the high cost of government has now be- j Lowest :. :?? Florida: Partly cloudy prob- -

Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe come our greatest racketeer Al I( Mean :......_.. _.---... ably showers; near east coast and i!I: James R.
making Garfield
County.entered '. | Normal Mean, ..................... ---- 79/ in extreme south portion tonight:! of Clevc'a'
Capone and others of his ilk look like and Friday. ): lawyer, onetime secretary of ;t
: at Key "'eAt. Florida. aa second clan matterIEAR I .aaiafanFesterday'a interior, son of a President, Lj
Jacksonville to Florida Straits! :
pikers.It. Precipitation .03 Ins.. at Hiram Ohio
FlFTY-I'TIl Fresh 70 years ago.
to strong northeasterlywinds
Normal Precipitation .2% In5.1
MrwWr .t the A..elated Pees. declares that 25 per cent of the annual I .1-bin rrr.rr r. .rs x4.1..e Kraleedi.R ; partly cloudy to overcast
Ih& Associated Pre. .. ezd..lTely entitled to tise at, to ....,_.. 1115 _.1.... i.i. weather tonight and Friday with Eric Pape noted artist, bornSan
fnr re=,..ij..atWa of all news dispatches credited to l national income is required to- satisfythe scattered Francisco, 65
showers. years ago.
Tomorrow's Almanac
it r not otherwise credited In this paper and also ? RI ,
the local nee published here. demands of this super-racketeer. r. In s Sun lists ._.41.....,1.1..._...._ 6:27 a, m..1 East Gulf: Fresh northeast and James--
other I Sun sets -._..x_.a........ 5:58 p. m.i east winds; weather partly cloudy I Dr. Montgomery]
EIXTCVIAL( words one dollar out 'o( every four'earned Mono rises ._._..._41:44 p. m. to overcast tonight and Friday!I I Methodist Episcopal cergpr.:1I : :
lf1NAJlONAl () ;\ by the American people goes to Moon sets ...-__....12:46 pp. m. scattered showers over south por I Chaplain of the U. S. House ct
A9.35 I tion. I Representatives born at Mt Carmel
pay for the wild extravaganciesof govern Tomorrow's Tides I! Ind., 71
RATES years ago.
_...._ .. .__ ..... .$1..0Fr.ojitui.u. A.M. p.I.1
Une Tear u.... u n' .-umn-- .-. -..- 500HO ment, as compared with one dollar out of High; ....._.":_! 1:38 WEATHER CONDITIONS iI i i I -
every $30 twenty years ago. l Low.... "''''...._ .. 9:08 7:47 I I j I I Prof. Edwin M. Borchard cf
One MonthWeekly .15 \I I! _
-....=_..__ ..10AJlVERTlSlfO Barometer 8 a. m. today Strong high pressure areas Yale a noted American law pr '
Tnis staggering burden is not borne by Sea level. 30.00. I crested this morning over the I I fessor, born in New York 51 years
RATESMade 3 !ago.
known on applies uon.SPECIAL. I any particular class. Every man, woman 4 middle Atlantic States and Plateau I _
WEATHER FORECASTTill region. Atlantic City, N. J., and f I
and child in
!! NOTICE nation must pay a share f' -- Salt Lake City Utah, 30.56 inches I Dr. David A. Robertson president -
Ail reading notices, weds of thanks, resolutions of '
respect, obituary noticed, etc. will be charged tor at of tribute to the ogre of governmental ( 8 p. m., Friday), overspread practically all sections [' of Goucher College, Baltimore :.
the Notices rate of for 10 entertainments cents a line. by churches from whicha waste. The money comes out of capital), Q RvtJ Ltdet nsaer, rt 4 Key West and Vicinity: Mostly of the country. Rains and born in Chicago, 55 years
revenue is t. be derived are S cents a line. I savings and payrolls. It results in de- tM.6filJSSgblaar thunderstorms have occurred dur- ago.
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion .I/ I \. \\t, ,''ii ing the last 24 hours in portions
of public Issues and vubjocts! of local or general creased earnings and increased cost of living s.' { -." of the I
Interest but it wHI not publish anorymous communi ,' fiat hat a YaP d ant 1 @ upper Mississippi Valley,II Thomas Riggs of New York engineer
cations. for each of us, no matter how rich or l't' ,, central Plaint States and the Tex-j onetime governor of AlaC3
It is of the /11GR, Ao1/4 JtItKL Son as Panhandle and there have I Ian t la, born at Ikhester, Md. -
poor. one principal reasonswhy f F
Just as a cloud may hide all the sun, rrtmteortttQiaq, rains in eastern Colorado. yean ago.
business and employment do im- 1//\ ....
not acts. 1l northern New Mexico, and western -'
so one misfortune darkens a life. / '
...... Washington. Showers have also
\ --- alt Mrs. II. L. Musick of Hollywood
prove.An ( f continued in eastern and southern -_ is said to finest r-addU-
aroused public finally)) put Al Ca- 'I .. (J'& own
Never try to.guess what your com- t f1: \.,, \..:::::: t- 1 Florida. Colder weather has bridle and ehaps, the warM, set
petitor will"'not dohe might do it. pone away. Whenever the people get t Tern e.9 one nmt tf*flft actor to i&ttttr into a;.t'; J ',! overspread the northern and cen- with jewels and worth $20,000.in .
sufficiently exasperated with greatest of t nucrvphont In a. film ftrotttutd In i9.t9. "! tral Planis States, most of the,
all)) public enemies-the hign cost of Mostly Clo."y Shower Rocky Mountain region, and Minnesota the Lake region, and middle and
A good many statesmen no doubt wishMussolinparents .. A government cloudy tonight and Friday, prob-\ and temperatures have also lower Suis&usipp: and Ohio Val
had birth -it, too, can be suppressed. fallen throughout the middle, south leys.. .
\ practiced -
All over this country the voters and KEY I and developments on Key Largo deny now. As a matter of fact, Atlantic and east Gulf States I G S. KENNEDY.
Walter W.
control. WEST IN Thompson, member ofI
while it is this
taxpayers ire organizing to put a stop to the Key Largo body who won say! Mr. Cre-vs. "I am working warmer morrir.g Officer;,,in Charge.i
I harder than in the interestsof .
ever ---- --
forced to return last without -
the encroachments of this king of racketeers. GONE BY night
Trading in Key West is the obligation: attending the meeting, stated my candidacy and solicit the ..
Public officials who fail to heed the Happening Here Jut 10 Years votes of my friends.
dfevery good citizen whether all of them before leaving that the body WAS 'I
demand for Ago Today As Take. From
growing in
anxious in
economy govern- to every way cooperate
believe this not. e
or The Files Of The
ment are on the road to oblivion. Citizen with the Key West com Editorial 1 comment: One! of the
missioners and will at all times most effective ways to boost your I
The perplexing; alphabetical units of The local lighthouse office con- stand ready to discuss matters <>f town and bringrospenty is!! to I i CONSULT YOUR BANKER

the Jfew Deal each seems t* resolve itself JUPITER STEALS SHOWIt templates sending a working par- interest to the county. ray your neighbors what you owe i 1 i
ty to Rebecca light station this them.
into a harassing New Ordea; week to start 24 .
renewing of the The two kindergarten school i
looks as if the planet Jupiter has foundation tension rods and two basses bought by the school boardfrom Miss Margaret Lounders, daughter !

A good many newspapers are pub- permanently stolen one of the most spec- of the first series tension ro ls. It ,Trevor and Morris have arrived of Mr. and Mrs.\ Emilio Loun-:

lishing extracts from the Bible, which must tacular heavenly ,phenomena which in- is estimated that the work will re-I and will be put in service; !lors.!'! delightfully entertained a I
quire several weeks and an expenditure some time next week. Children number of her class mates last i
be_spot news to a lot of heir readers.An habitants of the earth were privileged to of $..,Ooo. Most of the have been transported: to and front evening at her home on Newton I
witness, often in superstitious terror, once work is to be done by a diver J school in private conveyances for Direct. The time was happily,

Indiana editor notifies his readers every 33 years.A working; without a suit uvn.; only] which transportation their parents I spent playing games, singing and First National Bank ot Key West
the helmet. The working force I had to pay. In future they will 1 dancing. Miss Lounders guests:
that there is no use in sending him anony- swarm of small)) heavenly bodies, will I.b e supervised bjr Asa Wh't-! be taken to and from school free had a very happy evening. i

mous letters, as he never opens them. called the Leonid meteors from their ap- taker, foreman in the departmert. of charge. I
parent origin in the constellation Leo, The wedding of Miss Sarah Ef- Member of the Federal Reserve

That Key West developments The Tug Bayspring has been fie Avarett, daughter of Mr. and'
made their first recorded
in I
Suckers may-be consoled by the fact appearance I
are gaining in importance in the sent to help float the Steamship i Mrs. Edward Avarett to Jose.!
that although their investments may not be the year 902. The most brilliant display miiuli of northern capitalists: is Lake Gunni. ashore near Tortogas.The .I Torano, will be solemnized Tuesday -I
sound they at least have the'virtue of per- known to history occurred on November being i ron by the immenseriLinber tug left last night with Captain afternoon at- the home of Deposits' I Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance
cf tales reported by t ffi- Thomas James in command Mrs.[ Jose Torano 614 Francis
12, 1833, when the sky was so filled with Corporation
,. rials cf th* Southern Keys Cor- :The Lake Gunni has a general 1 street' mother of the bridegroom.A .
shooting stars that many believed the end poration now in New Yo-k. Theseare cargo on board and the vessel's; reception will be held the same

.. The Aye-Aye is a little animal about of the world was at hand. the ten who are ffevelopinj: master has been sending out men evening at which all friends of the
Flores: a :.rd it is indicated that! rages; asking for help. The message couple will attend. No invitations
the rize of a cat, with rodent-like teeth is By this time astronomers had figuredthe -I
the ejrpciations plat Number 1 received at Key West was have been issued. I i
nocturnal in its habits, and found only in periodical return of the meteors and will te sold out before the end of| brought by a fisherman who was.I ._._ _. -- .--

Madagascar. Aye Aye, Sir._ correctly predicted their appearance on the -eek. .' ]I plying his business in'the vicinity
November 13, 1866. when another dazzling of Tortngas when the vesselgrounded. 1 I
The Key Largo Chamber ofj .
If money is allocated now for the display was seen. The next return was Commerce, which was recently organized -,

bridges to complete the road to the mainland due in 1899 but only a fevc appeared as attended the meeting of There is a report in circulation I

l it was by an act of God through was the case in 1932, when the 33-year. the county commissioner last that he has withdrawn from the PAINT UP
night for the purpose of discuss-I race for councilman in the first
nature that this was brought about and period had again elapsed. I I .
ing with the local body many mat-1 ward says P. 51. Crews, and this 1
not by the machinations or schemes of any Now it is believed that the main' ters pertaining to road bu'idng Jhe most emphatically wishes to

man swarm of meteors. has been diverted from

its former path through the attraction of !

:[ Mussolini is farsighted.Vhen the the planet Jupiter. If this theory be cor- Use ZILO--A Sherwin Williams Product

are better understood and overcome stolen our greatest celestial show. Andas THIS BRAND NEW I

Africa may turn out to be the richest of all Jupiter is 1,300 times as big as the
Zilo is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated -
<"continents ''with Ethiopia as the "piece de earth it is doubtful that we shall ever get
-Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside:".
resistance. our meteors back. G-E REFRIGERATORWILL ...
at ,bu. *:t:- "....J..1!

Periods" (fiie'are called ages. There REAL ACCIDENTS FEW. A 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES ABOUT ,"', '**

Pas the stone.ag e,.bronze age, copper age. .: $ NINE QUARTS OF PAINT ., .j 1 -

iron age, coon's! age-and' this i isr un- What are generally classed as ''acci COST YOU $40 L- ':.

doubtedly the spending age. Later we will dents are in most cases not accidents at all,

1 Have,.the ad-age in which we will deplore but merely the results of pure: carelessnessor H'M 25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50
oJir disregard for "a penny saved is a recklessness according to a noted surgeon tN

fier.ny earned." who declares that really unpreventable { U UY -
I accidents are very few. 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 145

Key West needs both the railroad and : The greater number of accidents are

the highway but we cannot get both atone I caused by failure to keep in mind the consequences II

time, so we must choose Which shallit I of a slight mistake in judgment, Waiting until spring to buy$4O $4.95
your G-E t* actually wasting
be? From these two loaves of bread, let's or in "taking a chance" even when the : or more.Buy strand use the tar. I

pick the ore with the raisins in it. But danger is realized.Of iags to! Protect make your yourself monthly aguasc paymental ,

how can this he done since we do not know 35,000 deaths in the United States probable higher prices in the I MAKES PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST

which is which? through automobile accidents each year it spring i

is safe to say that 90 per cent of them are You need a General Electric easy I 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

The Miami Herald the word 4'regretahl due to day-it's always summertime in
says someonedisregard Rk 4p ordinary
? the kitchen regardless of bow .. ow .
(> i i.* our most misspelled word, be- safety precautions. The wors feature of cold it may be outside.Right now 't. :

ing Kcr rally spelled l with two "t's." That this Ls that a reckless driverV'not only' endangers is your the G-E cost-favorable let MS teU time yo to why.t bay. :;: Can You Equal This Low

goes for the adjective, but the adverb is himself but also'lr ntt"lhe(
spelled "regrettably.vith lives.of i "": Cost ?
two "t's. The others. f ,-. : Anywhere t
;past terse of "benefit" is also)! frequently In accidents due to fire the satn principle r..

misspelled!': by adding an extra "t." Time .holds??ood. Everyone k J 's..ihow,.

Co "t" off. easily the careless throwing of a lighted Remember We are Headquarters for Lumber, Cement, Screens,

.. match may start a disastrous fire yet mil- Doors, Windows-in fact, Anything you need to Build or Repair.
In some desultory re,.ain this morn- lions of lighted matches, cigar and cigar-

Ing the writer came across two items. One ette stubs are cast aside with little or no

Braised the "bewildering coloring of the caution. Tractically)) every fire that occursis
Skies, and the unspent beauty of surprise." caused by stupid carelessness. The Key West Electric Co. '

The other vociferated that of all the Accidents do happen of course, under South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

variety of pests, the worst is the person circumstances wherein no one appears

constantly pointing out the stars and the to be at fault, but these are in the minority. Phone 598 White and El*za Street!

constellations. Two points! of view which Generally accidents are caused
by ignorance
GENERAL 11 ELECTRIC' J "Your home b worthy of the best"
prove the statement that it takes all kinds carelessness or wanton disregard of

of"people to make the world/ consequences. j 1 J



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sygoll d, IehC Bonn It A3. realized as they rode. The rolling eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e..e.ee.ee..e.eee j I

oorciep. ..,...>k".'11.4 fdieta.,"* U miurkt on* fields and fences and tenant houses ADMINISTRATION AGGREGATION We believe in the future of Key I as there will te seen strange collections The simplicity of social security Advertisements under this head j, ington 1714-Margaret famous English("Peg") Woff-
./ thott .. ieblI y..yl. nobody were a monotone in shades of gray West, and taxation without representation : actress,
such ivories I will
as dolls pistols be inserted In The Citizen ail
I born
... NOW LEADS IN SO- Died March
cat U vttk. 100'a ,o.a c.9i4" broken occasionally by the dark is: If the former comes the 28. 1760.
il Jfortom eau l.\a) touthem Despite interrupted transportation ; buttons autographs matchbox 1 the rate of le a word for each insertion
and the air arrives automatically I -
Alabama plantation CmUy' green pine thickets latter ; j
choolrr. and.. J.'.... .44 al ..".*. falls and undoubted influence upon
Into ..\a .pacto.* lifa ./ I.\a &o.u.- bitter. As they rode she piled Ant t __ its number of visitors I uscal it'-ms which certain collectors i It has been unofficially reported i first insertion. in every instance Is I famed French socialist-philoso
o.C k netjr on* +talllaw.. the expected
.cicft k tkaf 1edstA': ftrotk. brey with questions collector the Key have selected as their particular that the man in the moon ,i %5c. I pher, born. Died; May 19. 1&25.
Dactd Carp,k <. Co..ta.tlopi How on earth have yon people ( JOVE) Ttho are stamp 1 i -
brief of r
w"I1 4U\, wUrKOwn t* Eie iy. .. managed; to survive these last two Th Administration ten won West International Exposition collectinghobby.. I j I caught a glimpse pork as Payment for classified advertisements -'
.fro t. nbU Deed Oat t*. .M I it passed by his locality about!I 1780-Richard M. Johnson,
Carron* .tGafGCIea .. pals *m tkmarket .. or three rears? 1 understood that II from the High School outfit yes will ba add on December. 6, 7. Major Albury will provide a veryinteresting is invariably in advance, I '
Kentucky soldier
planters were even worse off than terdty. afternoon and went to .the and 5, 1935. I{ exhibit in the armoryof I I three weeks ago. j jI but regular advertisers with ledger the 9th Vice President -
I business men." standings The will be sponsored I I I only Vice President ever
head of the Social League Exposition
I I the local National Guard unit accounts may have their advertisements chosen by the U. S. Senate becausehe
works Mr. Ickes
Chapter 3S I "They are. he admitted grim for at least one day. The by the Philatelic and Numismatic I' Public : gets
ly. "I was pretty well fixed when It score was 9 to 6. I Society of Key West which Likewise the exhibit of the U. S. consolation; Mr. Hopkins more I I I charged. r failed to secure majority of the

HORSEBACKiiWITH I started and rYe been able to hold I At the end of the fifth inning, I counts am its members the leading Lighthouse Service will be held money; the average reliefer just I Ii ': Advertisers should give their electoral college, born in Ken-

f said slowly "Darid be- on so far without selling but If the I of the i leaning shovel handle holding tucky. Died there, Nov. 19, 1859.
collectors on a
the count stood 6 to 3 in favor I stamp and coin in its own hedaquarters.In i i !street address as well as their telephone -I
:1 loup at Carronton.'* turn doesn't come before next year Office In the sixth I Island City. The Exposition has' I the bag. i ij 1
of the crew. number if :
the art division paintings by j they desire re- I
I'm sunk. I'm long about two -
Aubrey began to understand. HtSrtnned bales of cotton, and Insuranceand I frame the School boys made a bid been so far financed by the residents Key West will be dis- ':! suits. 1825-WiUiara R. Marshall.

affectionately at Us wife for the game and scored three splendid cooperation of the pro- than in-j Aside from the threats' of al 1 1I Minneapolis pioneer merchant
storage are eating me apt"She played; more seventy-five < With
-"Going to play you're God. eh?" understood what he meant; runs to tie the score. But the I fcss;>.ral. business and other people dividual pictures, crayons etc..I'| third. party; radicals, each classified advertisement I Union soldier, Minnesota governor

Not at alt" Jadlth said severely.I understood that he was facing disaster FERA outfit came back in the of Key West, who*" names have already been pledged, thus i communists lIOCialiSb"l The Citizen will give free aa born in Boone Co.. Mo. Died

"God's not nearly so considerate ot as calmly as U It were less seventh canto, put ever three more will be found in the Official Exposition ; showing to the, world-at-large that I: vidualists, old age Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Jan. 8, 1896.1635Edmund.

His children as that""Bat II than nothing. Her admiration for r ins auj mon the frame. Catalogue now being printed here among our own populationwe I servatives'share- it.
suppose David's rotten over knockedout The Artman Press few damn fools Darch Lewis
him Increased. J. (Bunny) Roberts by ; have artists to make cates and a plain ,
Carrollton t It would be a miracle: They rode In silence until they three singles in four times at All the proceeds from the Key up the next presidential campaign : noted Philadelphia landscape

If ha hadn't after an these years."! reached an outlying negro cabin. bat. Wickers and Lopez got two West Melody Hour have been ] a>very interesting display.In I. will be fought between the Demo MALE HELP WANTED painter and collector, born in
couldn't the antique division anything
Privately Aubrey ImagtneDavid's I Aubrey reined in his horse."I safeties. Jack Lopez for the turned over in full to the : crats and Republicans Philadelphia. Died Aug. 12. 1910.
being quite that devoted to under that headline will be shown!'
won't be a minute. he said as in two Fund and all income I '.
ABC ten hit one safely tion the I MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
IdeaL from 14th jewelry
an -I' century
who '
he dismounted."The old fellow
this cultural institution will Route of 800 families Write! 1851 Thomas Fortune
tries. Mudd's hair. A New Jersey farmer, who is Ryan,
"He hasn't Judith said con lives here has been sick and I'm scissors that cut Dr.
in the field for the into the Fund until the Exposition ; today. Rawleigh FAJ-i the
Outstanding communicate undoubtedly blind or married to Dept. i among country's great finan-
fidently. "Hell never get over It, afraid It may go into pneumonia. Citizens are invited to I
no-matter how long he stays away: Nobody himself least of all knows Administration club were Rueda I will bQ over. with the officers in charge i a red-headed woman, has appealed 116-SA, Memphis, Tenn. : ciers-promoters of his day. born in
and Barker. For the High School Who are the men and women (Court dismantle nudist oct3-10-17-24-31x j Nelson Co Va. Died in New
It's la hIs blood as rYe remarked how old he is." [ I, of the different divisions if they to the to a .
J>*tore. He disappeared Into the tiny ggreKatifn, Jack Lopez aim Nelson that sponsor this event which will : believe they have anything: for" camp next door to his farm. I Koik, Nov. 23, 1928.

She turned on him. can you Imagine cabin and Emily looked about her starred. i be the First International Exposition -i display that'may interest the general FOR RENT -

being happy 'or being at with Interested eyes., The cabin Score by innings: R. II. E. I in the history of the Island public. I Smilin' Charlie says: There'sone 1859-Chftde Haseam. famed

home; anywhere else tn the world, mast have contained two rooms at Administration400- City as far as I know? I Besides!' all the foreign governments thing about it-you'll never TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED etcher and painter born in Bos

no matter how long you'd been moat; It crouched on the edge; of a 200 3-9 13 6 The officers, of the Philatelic the Smithsonian Institu-, do big things watchin' a steam APARTMENT. Conveniences ton. Died Aug. 27, 1935.

therer thicket of second growth pines. High School 010 203 0-6 6 5 and Numismatic Society of Key I I tion in Washington is going to shovel at work. porches! 519 Eliza-
A negro child: barefoot and with Batteries: E. Roberts and West are as follows: President I 1864-Robert Lansing, New
.N 0. he confessed thinking net&theless participate in the displays by sending I. beth street. Apply 523 South-
that he and. David were out a coat came out on the porch t Rueda; D. Pinder and Nelson, the writer; Vice President and in exhibition material. "If Mahomet \ ......a.....a.......... ard street. sept 14 York lawyer Secretary of State
different types..* and sat motionless on the top step, Woodson. charge of all publicity Margaret I under Wilson born at Watertown

"And so.'Juditfi'decided.! Tm golug watching her with round unwink I I Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba; General the mountain cannot go obligingly to the mountain comes to, Today's Horoscope N. Y. Died in Washington. D. C.,

to cable him tomorrow. Hell ing black the eyesAbout steps several mongrel League standings: Secretary Mrs Jennie B. de Mahomet. From an educational ......................aToday's FOR SALE Oct. 30, 1928.
tell the truth." Club- W. L Pct Boer; Treasurer Miss Dorothy I
standpoint from
and officious garrulous this shipment
hens an is a negative degree.
Suppose he can't swing It?" the hard Administration 2 1 .667 Mayfield Knowles. I I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
rooster scratched ground Washington will be an outstanding
The nature is independent, self- BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Then we'll have to bay It and with more energy than hope. Lighthouse ..___ 1 1 .500 The "Official Steering Commit- to West. j cards, $L25. The Artmay:I
help ; confident desirous of distinction
let him pay us." Bayview Park _.__ 1 1 .500 tee" of; the Exposition consists of Week ,i I Press. aqt i; FUNERAL HOME

Aubrey grinned again "Using A DISHEARTENING picture perhaps High School .___ 1 Z .333 Leo H. Warren, President of City 1 During! important Exposition activities will take severs but too proud and haughty. The I .I Servias Key Wed
be that when
what tor ?" Council, as the Official Presidentof result may an opportunity OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
: money to an outlander.but Emily 'I Half Century
place. These will be covered bya for is hand
"We'll have to do some mortgaging guessed that there was more to the Games scheduled for the rest the Exposition; the Mayor of later announcement. We success at bundles for 5e. The Citizen Of-;; 24 Hoar Ajnbvlaace Service
there will be no friends to help,
ourselves. picture than Its surface. The cabin Key West; Margaret Zinaida as flee octl6| Licensed Enoatimer
of the week
: however at this time, that other but on the contrary, secret ene-I I.
He said ruefully. "How many Director and 'I
was crude but It was In good repair Park and General Publicity ; Phone 135 Night 691r -\t
mortgages do yon think, this roof : a sound roof and not a single Thursday-Bayview the writer as General Director of special entertainments such as mies who will gladly help to pull .
can support rAnJwaJ pane missing from the windows High School. the Exposition.The dances etc: be held on dates which down. To guard against this SECOND SHEETS-600 for 50e.

," Judith's confidence really remarkable state for a negro Friday-Lighthouse and Admin following are the "Exposi" will not conflict with expositionevents danger cultivate friendly relations.I The Artman Press. ang7

:was boundless."I'm going to cable." cabin. istration.SaturdayAdministration. on December 5, 6, 7 and 8, KEY WESTCOLONIAL
tion Officers, a representativegroup
and PRINTING-Quality Printing at
"What about Emfly. he demand 1935. BELATED SUIT
The old man must long ago President, Leo II. Warren; HOTEL
ed; "going to mention that!" outlived his usefulness but she Bayview Park.SIDELIGHTS. Governor Sholtz wrote that he the Lowest Prices. The Art
Ben D.
."No-ooo. I don't think I shall. guessed that Ills "order" still went Vice ; hopes to be able to attend. Postmaster JOHNSON CITY Tenn.Richard man Press acg7 IB the Center of the Business
.... .. ........ Vice President, Mrs. Ilildah Roberts I
All I can do>> about that is to watch regularly to the store and that it S a.esee5as General Farley also wrotea P. Turner of this city has Theater
General Miss and District
Sails Secretary,
and pray.' the situation demanded it Aubrey ; Knowles. persona: ] letter expressing his. sued for divorce charging that TYPEWRITING PAPER 500

"Particularly "pray.:" Aubreytwinkled. would have a doctor there before ONDIAMONDBALL Dorothy The Governor Mayfield of the State of interest in Key West and stating his wife left him 23 years ago to sheets 75c. The Artman Press. I First Clu-F"a.prf-

"Where are those old the day was done. Their lot seemed that he would keep the dates in ; visit relatives and has not returned aug7
corduroy breeches of mine? I want hard and yet. left to himself the Florida is the official patron of ,1 S.Bik U Rates

'em for morning." have died like the event. mind.We
I old man would an WANTED
cannot stress too much the
Judith had said. "Don't worry outcast dog. As announced earlier in the COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
importance of this exposition to is of committing t
not thinking
about breakfast Aubrey eats at the and coins and
: Of course there must be tenants year stamps paper
Key West, especially at this "harakiri." 1 WANTED eliance to bid on
barbaric hour of half-past seven and who didn't fare .so well: Aubrey (BY OSCAR PITA) money.will dominate the displays particular Garage Elevater
I have mine later. la bed. Just ring she knew, represented the highest; but a number of divisions will also time. It is an announce- We believe in the future of. your next printing order. The Pcpvlar Price

when you're ready and Dorinda will type of planter: but as a rule there 1..1 provide information and enter- ment to the world that Key West Key West. i( Amman Press. aug7 .

bring yours up." was a bond between blacks and tainment along different lines

But Emily couldn't sleep. She felt! whites. These displays will be housed in
restless and excited! and at seven Aubrey came out. smiled at the period for members of the Busy buildings
some seven or possibly more -
she gave up the pretense of sleep child on the steps and produced a Bee-Lopez diamondball clubs, now in the heart of town.
and arose. piece of chewing gum from his tangled in a three-game series for -.
of the committees -
From the listing
Aubrey was at breakfast when pocket The child snatched the the trophy; offered by the order ;
below be gleaned infor- \
she came down wearing the corduroy gum flashed white teeth at him of Caballeros de la'Luz, these two may ;
breeches 'and a flannel shirt. and scurried Into the house. excellent teams will come back to mation as to what may be expected -' FIRMS

and consuming quantities of hominy "How was her Emily asked as the Bayview Park field tomorrow in. the nature of other exhib

and chicken hash. He welcomedher he mounted.He its.
weather premitting. to give
Directors in of the va-
delightedly. sobered."Not so good m send charge
the fans another thrilling contest -
"This Is fine What sort of breakfast Travis out when-we get back. He rious "Exposition Divisions"Stamps -.

do you eat?" looked at his watch. "Almost ten. Vice President Margaret Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

She looked at his plate. "One like This is enough for your first dose. Zinaida; Coins and Paper Money. I

yours would do beautifully. She She protested quickly. "But 1 can Copping the first game of the Joe Pearlman; Shell Novelties and

hadn't eaten that much breakfastIn go back alone. Please don't come series Monday night, the Bees will! Key West Products, Captain Ches-

years, but it looked delicious on my account. no doubt strive to make it two I ter Thompson; War Museum, Major -
"With Juice before and Tm aot. he assured her. "I j of when Manager Brant-I
orange { out two William V. Albury; Lighthouse -
waffles afterwards want to get Travis oat here as soon ley is expected to march out the I Displays, Superintendent of JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES TIFFS

She agreed. "Especially wa> iea as possible. The gravity of his club's strongest line-up for the Lighthouses W. W. Demeritt; Entertainment -
But please go on eating or IT! never tone fined her with pride at her owa Ha a taste sad aroma thatis
second tomorrow night.
E. Wilson
game Howard ;
come down this early agaln.SHE ." divination.At the Park kid who Frank only bead i. good coffee FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
Johnny Walker General Arrangements) 328 SIMONTON ST.
the house Judith greeted aad lv that it's
you caa sure
was never given a break to play Bentley. Chairman in charge of SPECIALTY
remembered her rides with gaily. "I never saw such an ambitious freak became it' blessed im
In life. I mnztled on any other team was picked up the following divisions will be an- 1101 Division Street
"May I go with you some pair my
timer Davey and tiptoed past your door by the Bakers some time ago and nounced later! : Various Hobbies, PLUMBINGDURO Key West.

Td be tickled..deapv! Feel like for an hour before I found you'd has been made a pitching star. To- Antiques Art Displays. PLANTS and VINES PHo'NE 29

going today gone." morrow night, "Little John" will "Welcoming l Committee": Miss LARGO, Ib 18c;
She hesitated. Dr. Proctor had Davey. hearing their voices be sent to the mound against the Ileen Williams Kiss Minnie Por- V. & S., tt> ISc. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

said she might ride DO.w..bu\\ that waddled out to the porch: and sitting Funeral Homers and he win be ter Harris Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., PUMPS

she must take it gradually"* **1haven't on the top step began to descend face to face with the Embalmers' Scoutmaster J. A. Boza. GroceriesPLUMBING

been very fit. bat I'd love by the time-honored method .t first string pitcher. "Cigarette What may be expected in the SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

Iti Are yon going farr hitching himself down on his rear. !. Willie" Gates Both these youngsters different divisions? 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh

"1o. And if you do get tired you "Ride he demanded. have a sensational pitching In the stamp division we shall ,
em come back any time. lade will Anbrey lifted him Into the saddle record' Each has struck out 17 have collections'of postage stamps PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruit and Vegetables

be dragging you to, field trials and before him. where be beamed impartially batters in one game and thereby from all over the world, including
fox-hunts before long and this will I upon them all for an instant
tied the city's diiamondball strike- many official exhibits from foreign -
and then began to rock back 'I
be a good nay to begin. record mark. If these pair These frames ;
out governments. HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
She finished breakfast and went and forth. "Barn! he ordered. SELECT READ-
at him. of "midgets' get together and will be exhibited in the Naval Ad-
Ills father grinned
up to change clothes singing softly start to whiff men the way they ministration Bolding through the Jewfish, 2 Ib*. JSeYeHewtan INSURANCE
"Sorry this car's DOt going there.
as she went. This life did get Into THE KEY WEST
your blood. U only there -ere- You get one tarn around the drive have been doing there's going to courtesy of Lieutenant William : Steak, 2 QM 3Sc 1
aDd that's an." They moved majestically be no score for either ten and n. Klc-os. The stamp division will be I
someone-to live It with you. Yellowtail ea Bone Z Ib*. 25 Office 319 Dnral StreetCroap.r
' Jadith's horse was saddled tad around the circle then telling what time fans will get the most complete and most outstanding I
2 111. ______ 25c
waiting when she came down; not Aubrey banded him down to Judith home. show ever to have been SUNDAY STARSubscription

Starlight this time but a sleek little Davey stiffened and opened btu held in Key West or, it it safe to Supper 2 Ib*. 2SeMotto. TELEPHONE
bay with a white blue and three mouth for the earsplitting yen. An The Embalmers team on the say in Florida. Private stamp Fib 2 u... 2S 1

:white socks. Emily caressed the brey scowled at him. "Stop U!" other hand, may be handicappedin collections from collectors other $2 Per Year

velvety nose and the little horse Davey considered for a moment the infield, with the tlub's first than governments will be exhibited FRESH SHRIMP Try Year Meals At
and then closed his mouth. Judith Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday -THE--
sniffed her companionahly. string shortstop on the injuredlist. in the Colonial HoteL : Large

Aubrey smiled his approval and grinned at Emily. "Did you ever see Cheta Baker, who plays this In the coin division we expect ito I Fresh Crab Meat Im B> can 65c Paper Dtlmotuco Restaurant

gave her a hand into the saddle. such a superb parent la your life"? position for the Lopez clan, was have enough frames with coins'I' FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY

"She racks on the curb." he explained I couldn't possibly do without him. injured in a collision with one of and paper money, medals related Business Office Citizen Bud hrei.er Beer ....__.. le

> Better casually stick"and to canters the rack on this the "Come She put on in an and arm rest around: we're having Emfly. the Bakers' players Monday night J objects to rig np a very interesting LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six COBTM Piaaers. ?_
tonight and I when the Busy Bee runner was display in the showroom I Ij
If easIer-" company for dinner PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ----- We, 75e end SS.
time s ,
She; laughed. "It certainly Is. II wait ;you to look beautiful. racing to steal second. Baker"rereived -? of Dan N 'arro. csing half of the

he were three-gattM I doubt If rd fCopyrifkt. less. *, Manna. ales) a cut eye and was given shoCTOom for an automobile show.
first aid by Captain Sheppard and Up to date more than eleven
be, equal to her. j
Even winter dealt UChUl1rlUa.till .. later taken to the Marine Hospital hundred inquiries have been received -, Our Reputation is Wrap. PRITCHARD
snake ....r frl.i 4. .
Emily an.
J collectors all S36 Fleming Street .
southern Alabama country shieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee morrow. where his eye was stitched. from stamp ] JENNIE: B DE BOER
-- .. over:the United States, and it is I II' ped in every package .

--- -- -- ------ -.-- I I A victory; ; for.the Busy Bees''I' not being too" optimistic to express t FUNERAL HOME

*I Roosevelt dined with i Booker T. tomorrow night will make them _the hope that quite a few As.Tk of

winners of the But if the i win scad= their displays here.
I Washington at the White House-j cup. I Watch le D" Sysspatk-tie -
Today local
Historyee.eSe..e.e.e..veee.e. and
Embalmers cop Friday's contest, In the shell novelty : Doctor

I causing great amount of talk. i the series will be tied at one-all,I'I product division a comprehensive I c-rtM

t with a deciding contest to be play display of anything in the natureof Q BY US
1777-One of the highlights of In the event' shell etc will be NOTARY PUBLIC
1918 U. S. soldiers take Cha- ed Monday night. products pre ;
the Revolution-Bnrgoytte's sur- tfllon Woods. the Bakers win the second game sented including noveties and WATCHMAKER: JEWELER -THE-

reader to the Americans at Saratoga -" of the series these. two teams will products manufactured in Key AND ENGRAVER

exhibition Monday; West. This will include handicraft ARTHAN ...... s.ns.. -
N. Y. play an game See Him For Your Next Work PRESS
t 1922-U. S. Army dirigible airship night when the presentation of articles some made by na-

I C-2 destroyed by explosionat the silver loving cup*will be made tees npon the initiative of Mrs. ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen BIJg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT

1843-B'nai Brith Jewish fra- San Antonio Tex. by officials of the Caballeros de Jessie Kirke who first had the Hears 9 t. 12-1 t. 6 Citizen OfficeHL'RSDA

ternal organization, organized in la Lox lodge.Subscribe. idea of epening a handicraft shopin 51
Open Saturday Nights Pkea S48 Hen.. slats
New York. I 1931-Al Cafor.e found guilty this city. ,

of tax evasion by Federal jury in to The Citizen. -20cweekly. The general bobbies division t

1901 President Theodore Chicago. ._ will fee,of an interesting nature


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:-: SOCJETY : : (Continued from Page One) ........................................ : Gardner memory Sr., who departed from ARRIVES IN PORTPower !I

and Mrs. Felix Mora Phillip this life on October 17, 1928. I (lr Asa late. Preaaj )
were Craig and daughter
........... ............ be held at once. Mayor :Malone
will word the resolution. passengers on the Florida last who were spending a few days in: We miss you no less as the time I j RIO DE JANEIRO. Oct. 17-

High School Parent-Teacher Directly after the meeting night going to :Miami for a visit Key West, left last night for Mi passes on 'I Nine of Brazil's 20 states havei

opened Mayor Win. H. Malone ad- with relatives. ami.. I I That we did on the day of your Yacht Maria Dolores i adopted new constitutions since

Assn. Has Interesting MeetingOne dressed the meeting relative to going. I with owner Clifford Mooers: and 1 the last elections were held for

developments which are plannedat Will Baez, who has been ap- Attorney Jack Kirchik arrivedby For absence can never close the j guest on board, arrived last night i j jI j tate constituent assemblies and

Marathon and stated that the pointed to the position of "assistant plane this morning from Miami;,: doors of our hearts. I I I I and is berthed in the harbor fur j| the federal legislatureMONROE .
the best attended and discussion relative whether the cashier of the And the lamps of our love
of I parties interested in these developments Clyde-Mal- on legal business and to visit his are a few days stay. i i -----
most enthusiastic meetings in the' railroad or the highway should be I Invited the assuranceof lory Lines in Miami, left last night I parents Mr. and Mrs. GutmanI i still glowing I Mr. Moocfs\ is a well known oil I THEATER

history of the Key West High: replaced as a means of transportation the board that ferry servic accompanied by Mrs. Baez and Kirchik. MOTHER. AND SISTER. operator of Houston, Texas which ;'
Parent-Teacher Associa- to and from our-city, ," her Mass\ octl7-ltx Marion Davis-Dick Powell in
School would be given for transportation sister. Phyllis is the home port of the vessel and
tion was held Tuesday afternoon "Therefore be it resolved by the of supplies anarwV>rkmeiua'1"Cabrera I Isadore Aronovitz to which she is expected to sail in PAGE MISS GLORY
who in
was Wm. Powell-Louise Rainer in
in' the school building with Mrs. Parent-Teachers Association in Prof. E. O. Lawrence of the a few days.
Enrique Henriquez presiding. regular session assembled, that Girts .iTajk ft Miss Ana Teresa Fernandez and. Key West visiting his father, D. University of California announces i iMrs. I ESCAPADE

Meeting was opened with the. owing to the fact that the Countyof Councilman Joe' r Cabrera addressed -I Thomas Fernandez left last night,I Aronovitz turned and other relatives re- that artificial radium. Larry Wycoff, 34. of Sac I Matiaee: Balcony, JOe; Orchestra .
the Florida
singing of "America" and repeat- Monroe receives from the Flor- the ether Ne i tinrve1 la tj\yw( : to for Miami to spend a while with his home on in Miami. last nightto made from ordinary salt. may City la., who gave birth to quad- ; 15-20c Nights 15-25c

ing of the Lord's Prayer. A de-,ida East Coast Railroad annuallyin wageaTBeing pafel WJ' A ork- relatives and friends. soon be produced in commercial ruplets last year is the mother of : ---
in Monroe M
lightful musical program was pre- the payment of its taxes, many men county Ca- I quantities.: a new baby girl. J
brera is satisfied that if the mat- Mrs. Merlin Albury left last JI i
of Mrs. thousand dollars I
sented under the direction a large'portion Miss Nellie Sands left the I
Claude Albnry chairman of theassociation's of which goes to the upkeep of the ter of the increased cost of livingin Florida last night for on Miami night for Miami and from there .e...eeeeee.ee.....eee. "Mexican Joe" Barado. lariat RICHARDSON'SGROCERY
Monroe county, over other sec- will go to join Mr. Albury who is
committee. public schools of our county that where she '
program will spend a while with I POLITICAL expert, once successfully roped an
members of this association tions of the state, was brought to now at the home at Tavernier.
we, as relatives elephant which had escaped from
A violin selection was renderedby go on record as favoring the the attention of the administration I'I I the Bronx zoo New York city. 1!
Mrs. Robert Dopp who was ac-] rebuilding of the railroad into our wages here would be made Clyde Mrs. A. R. Miller, wife of Sup- ANNOUNCEMENTS
companied on the piano by Miss city and that transportation fa- equal to those paid in other sections Oklegy, who was spending erintendent A. R. Miller of the P. i I
while in
a Key West, left last
specifically Miami and O, S. s. left the
Alee Curry. Mrs. Waldo Johnson cilities be resumed by the railroadat I night company on
for Miami CITY I
route to his
favored those present with a'' the earliest date possible and He explained that while the home in Mexico Florida last night for an indef- I Rose Milk 5 49c
City, Mexico. 12, 1935 ARCHER'SGROCERY cans -
cost of food stuffs
I I are practically inite resdience at Miami
piano selection. : be it further resolved that a copy ......... .... I .
the same at the of i I S .......... i Magnolia Milk .. .. lie
source supply
tof ,
resolution be forwarded to
An interesting talk on the or- Mrs.. I. N. Meltzer and '' Cream, 6 ..__ 37 and 40c
the long haul by either boat son, For can
or MayorDR.
made the Hon. Dave Sholtz governor of Attorney J. Lancelot Lester left
ganization was by presi- truck, the only means of trans-I' Charles Curtis Meltzer who were last Butter Ib _.....-...-........ __ 29He
dent, Mrs. Enrique Henriguez.j Florida with the request that he night for Miami to be gone H. C. CALEY The Store That Serve I
Reports from the various commit-;"i use his influence in every way portation at present available as spending a while with Mrs. Meltzer's for a short time on business. Sugar 5 Ibs. .....__n..m.. 27c

tees were heard. I I possible to have the necessary far as Key West is concerned, mother, Mrs. Charles Curtis,; For Mayor You Belt"I I I Potatoes 10 lb.------ 19c
Minutes of the previous meeting -:- work done to bring about the makes for an appreciable increase Miami.left last night for the home in Joe Cabrera, city councilman, WM. H. MALONEFor GOOD THINGS I I Rice 5 Ib*. __.-._-... 2Sc and 35c

were read by Mrs. Hildah R.,],I|! completion of the railroad to our, in freight rates which eventually I left last night on the Florida for Reelection -for- Onions 3 lb.. ___.mn.m_.._ 13c

Silas and 'approved? by the body.!city| in order that the quickest I comes out of the pockets of the Miami on a business trip connected GOOD APPETITES II Lard, 2 Ibs 2flcMaxwell

Treasurer's report was made by medium of transportation to our:' workers. States A. S. Caviness, of the United' with city matters. For CouncilmanDR. Not only are the FOOD- j J House Coffee, Ib 29c I II
This issue and others connected immigration service
Mrs II. S. Dexter. j I|I city of a permanent nature maybe I' re. ARMANDO COBO STUFFS offered by this store Cuban Coffee, ib 19c and 29c
with the of the WPA workerswas Gently transferred to the Miamh
Mrs. Canova, in charge of the, accomplished and Monroe pay district Miss\ Maude Welch-)private secretary 1 I noted for their goodness and I I[ Tomatoes 6 cans hm __ m. 29c
continue to receive its gone into at great length by left last night accompanied to Dr. S. I). W. Light in Miami
FERA Hygiene Classes, was present -:I County may For Councilman wholesomeness but for the exI White Bean. 2 Ibs 13c
and explained her'work to the;;:annual taxes for the support of Attorney T. S. Caro, who took up by Mrs. Caviness and two who was spending a short CLIFFORD C. HICKS tremely low prices as well. h..n'
Gibbs _... 13c
the matter of delays in paymentfor daughters Misses Helen and 1 I Catsup large .n
association members. She invited:: the public school system of our vacation with her mother, Mrs.
all girls over 16 and married 1: county without which, we fear services by the men on the relief Edna. Hattie Welch, and other relatives, 1 J I We Welcome Responsible Peaches, 2JJ size __.._ 16c

women to attend young the classes ithe I:1 I regular nine months school rolls the disparity between left last night for Miami. For Councilman I Accounts Pears, 2Ji size ........-.m___ 17c

which are being held every Mon!I period annually would of necessity wages here and at other points Mrs. Ruth Wilson, nee Kirch- -- MARCOS A. MESA, SR. All Competition met with Grits, 3 Ibs '_"."' __h. __ _. 12c

day and Tuesday afternoon from]1, be cut two or three months and the suffering of a great many heiner, who was spending a vaca- I Walter Maloney head of the For CouncilmanJIM Low Prices and High QualityONE I II! Beets, sliced 2 cans 25e

2 until 4 o'clock. I j[I, through the loss of this tax mon- because of lack of work. tion in Key West with her parents Maloney Bakery company, left I I Fancy Corn 2 cans "n".__". 25c

Resolutions pertaining to the ey." He is of the opinion that if Mr. and Mrs. J. Otto Kirchheiner, last night for Miami for. a short ROBERTSFor STOP SERVICE i i String Beans 2 cans 25c

rebuilding of the Florida East'!,! State Representative Bernie C. properly presented to the Amer- left last night for Miami en routeto I business trip. Order All Your Food Needs I Oraltine, large .n.n:..__. 65c

Coast Railroad were adopted and, Papy was present at the meeting ican Red Cross funds would be New Orleans where Mr. Wilsonis I Police JusticeT. Through U. Ovaltine, small ..____ 35c

are follows j I and made an interesting address' made available for shoes, clothes a student of pharmacy at I Edwin F. Trevor left on the S. CARO I Baked Beaus. 6 ca.. m. 28e

Whereas as the: hurricane of September : on laws of Florida pertaining to I' and food to relieve the conditionof Loyola University. Florida last night for a business! Dressed Poultry Salt 3 pkf.. ....00_._..___. -- -- lOc

2nd,; which struck the!I I'the schools. 1 the hundreds of persons now in : visit of several days in Miami. For Chief of Police Fish Turtle I Sani-FInsb, can '"h'_ '' 23c

Florida Keys and took as its toll'!'i!I Mrs. H. S. McClanahan reported I need in the city Frank Lewinsky left last night MYRTLAND CATES Fruits Vegetables I Crab Starch Meat 6 plugs---------------can ... __. 25c 35c
I: to the organization that the Junior About Delayed Payment for Miami for short business Maynard Baker left last nighton -- -
several hundred lives as well as the I' : a Meats I Tuna Fish can _.. 15e
destruction of hundreds of thousands I High School had sponsored a cake: Another matter he voiced was visit. the P. and O. boat for Miami For Captain of Police Rinse 3 pkgs. ..n 23c

of dollars in property values !1[l and candy sale which proved to the delayed payments of the where he will be temporarily em- Dairy Products Box Jelly 3 Ibs. .. 24c

and whereas, all means of transportation jbe I very successfuL I workers sometimes checks not be- Mr and Mrs.\ J. n, Pierce, ployed by the Florida East Coast ALBERTO CAMERO I I Phone 67 Free Delivery I

was temporarily stoppedto j i A committee was appointed to ing received for two weeks after daughter Thelma and eon Arthur, Railway company with which he For Captain of Police Phone 658-R Free Delivery

and from our city both by auto';i attend the P. T. A. Council meet- they are due. He believed if the left last night for Miami for a has been associated for a numberof 814 Fleming Street I Eaton and Elizabeth Streets

highway and railroad, and whereas -|i ing to be held tomorrow afternoon acute conditions existing in Key stay with relatives. years, up to the lay off follow- ROBERT J. LEWIS I I

Monroe County or the city of in the Division Street SchooL West were made known in Washington ing the hurricane. "Bobby" I j

Key West is not financially able I I I Prizes for the highest attendance pay checks for Key West Mrs. Lou Smith and son Lou,

to repair the damage done by this' at P. T. A. meetings was would be received more promptly jr., left on the Steamship Florida

awful calamity that has befallen i|I awarded to Mrs. Annie Lois Lewis', and a revision in payments of I last night for Miami en route to

our city by leaving it without either[; class. There were 91 members workers made upwards equal to if Jacksonville to join Mr. Smith
railroad and four visitors at thissession not to exceed rates of pay in other
a or highway transportation -i present : who is established in business in

and whereas there is much I I sections.Again referring to the probabilities I that city.Joseph. "Wasn't I good and glad to discover it '! -

---- of Red Cross relief he I

Plans For Parent-Teacher said that while Key West had not, Saunders, assistant: MRS. K. J. TOBIN. OF BEVERLY HILLS, ILL., WELCOMES
agent the Florida
been stricken by the hurricanethe I of East Coast C
I Railway and P. and O. S. S. Com-]
city and its people were probably -!
Enrollment Week left on the Florida
Completed pany last
in worse condition that if it !
night for Miami en route to Port I
-- had.He I Everglades where he ,will be in Calumet Baking Powder in a
Plans have been completed for and that cooperation may exist cited the cases of storms, .
charge of the
offices of the F. E.
a state-wide celebration of Par between tne school authorities the tidal waves and earthquakes in C. Car '
ent-Teacher Enrollment Week, Japan and China, and the im-! Ferry Company.
parents and pupils, :
during which time units of the associations mense amounts of food clothing lOt !
will visit the homes and "'Now, therefore I, David and money which had been sent to Patrolman Franklyn Arenberg'l big new can
endeavor to obtain memberships.i 5 I I Sholtz. Governor of the State of those far off Eastern countries: of Key West I
who Jrr1rr
in Miami !
was for
Recognizing the event officially'I Florida do hereby designate and and can not but believe that like I medical
treatment returned this morning
Governor Dave Sholtz recently is- I declare the week of October 14 arrangements would be made to
sued the following proclamation: ; to 20 as 'Florida Parent-Teacher relieve the suffering in Key West! by plane. -
: ,
I '
'"Whereas the Congress of Parents j r Week.' and invite all schools to if the matter was properly presented -!
Mr. and Mrs Jeff
and Teachers has done and hold special exercises under the in a detailed report covering Spottswoodwere

is doing a great and valuable work j I auspices of the Florida Parent- the exact conditions extant I' arrivals on the plane from .. ,1: __
in bringing parents teachers and 1 I Teacher Associations to be participated Miami this morning for a sty of I ,,HAT'S THR SENSR > y., Y .', vri'u: '';- '

pupils together in pleasant and !i: in bv the parents and here.Another matter discussed by several days and are guests at in taking chance with second ''' f ;:;" :' ,; :is t:

profitable cooperation and j I I i teachers, for the discussion: of ways Mr. Caro was the necessity of the Hotel Colonial. Mr. Spoils- bests when you can get a good, '< :. :

"Whereas it is highly: important !j|! and means of improving the association WPA workers having to pay to wood is a brother of Robert big can of Calumet for a dime?" ..",.,;. ,
that this work not only be i have Spottswood, of the Key West asks Mrs. Tobin. -
continued I{I work and to interest the their checks cashed at the I
but be advanced by every!1 I i public generally in school matters bank and at the stores. Drug Company. "I've never had a baking failure 1said.

possible means so that the school I!|I with special attention to the wel- Mr. Porter president of the I with Calumet"Mrs.Tobin '

rystem of Florida may become:;: fare of school children and their First "National Bank explained' them to the proper authorities. And judging by the expectant 14 ;' I
The faces of
rtill more efficient and closer to;j!i: interest in subjects offered them that for checks up to $10 five following committee was Richard and :
Patricia.Mrs.Tobin is
named the
the hearts of every loyal citizen I I J!i for study." cents was paid for cashing and Porter,: Attorney Commissioner AVm. V.William Albury R. ooIymembcrofherfamilywbo not "a t.

up to $25, 10 cents was paid. The knows how delicious Calumet y p
------ -- ----- -- -- for the commissioners
checks are made out on the Fed- ; Mayor
cakes always area I
Arrange For I I P.-T. A. Council eral Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Caro Wm. and II. John Malone Attorney T. S.
Parra. chairman ef
Bridge; PartyMembers To Hold Ga., and the small charge made the committee
Meeting of WPA workers
I I docs not cover the cost of hand

ling them through Jacksonvilleand
of the Parish S xlalty: There wit! te a meeting of the -Ttlanta. Chi1dren'sosYield ;;5i.

of St Mary's, Star of the Sea I' P.-T. A. Council hed! tomorrow Councilman Hoffman concurredwith

church h.\e planned a Michiganand afternoon, beginning at .1 Mr. Caro and suggested a double action of irRq.

Bridge party for Thursday o'clock, rfi the Division Street committee be formed to handle r;

night: 8 o'clock in the home of the School. according to announcement the matters which in the opinionof I VICKS

Woman'-. Club on Division street. mniie h.....). I the bodies in joint session

There will be a number of entertainment A request is made for a larg; should be taken up fur modification STAINLESS' .now, if''you! prefer
features in connection attendance I and correction

with the games, and all who attend It was finally decided to ap- -Jara. MTllle'a LaalaK Hater y

are assured a pleasant evening Slits Ann Seymour, star of a point a committee to draw up THE SEMINOLE r e

radio dramatic program, played resolutions covering the several 1 I Ii T
her parts for several weeks from subjects discussed and present : f
i ,; MRS.TOBIN'S Calumet Caramel Cake make
Russia supplies about one- a wheel chair, on account of an i N4 for her And
any day a party day youngsters.
fourth of all the fur used in the injury to one of her feet. "-''',. fi ;,. 3 Mr.Tobin appreciates the new Easy-Off Top of

world I Shiveringwith I I :::. the Calumet can.MEaJy to pay for and easy to

I I BRIDGE AND MICHIGANPARTY "Fl =..., WHY DOES CALUMET give r opcn."ilthewaybedesaibcaCahl.mct..ucb .
Douglas Fairbanks attended EF J X11t astonishing"baking luck"?
..: :.z .. ...
Harvard and was once a broker on I Chills I I "-'Sr:'';;;,:,!, !. I do you have to us only one level tea-
Wall strt.'C.'t.Beware. i i ... : spoaaful Calumet to a cup: of sifted
.. UJ -'=- I I( 11 flour in most recipes?Why Calumet S" l.trmI..JIA,E U. I T.,lifts.,
Auspice's St. Mar)"'. Sociality Burning with Fever !I I I I different from other bating powders MRS. TOBIPTS CALUMET CARAMEL CAKB. A. dtlay; ..slitting, ..infra'.ltrilttAll
Tonight, 8:00 O'clock 1 I (3 )
i It's because of the way Calumet eu-
Coughsfrom WOMAN'S CLUBHOUSEPALACE !! Sore Relief for Malaria! ji j I Jarksaalllle. FlariCaI combines two distinct leavening aetkxis. .>, 1 cap*sifted Swans Down Cake Flour I cap me y t ,
I CIf.":!!. U. f.ltltr.n. MmacerI A quick action for the mixing 2 teaspoons Calumet Baktnf Powder 3 cue*,well beaten w
coldsThat i .i Dont try homemade treatment ores | A human, home-like .Institution ill bowl free A Vi teaspoon wit 1.. *tablespoons milk. 1 '
common -set by liquid. slower Vt cup butler other thortenmc I.n.actioo
faD led remedies I Take that good old I I where yon will find y" divMval
i i Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon eomfort cad ra'er'al._eat a mat for the oven-set free by heat- Sift flour...,measure,add taking powder and salt mod sift
Hang On i J ill be yourself again for Grove's Taste-you I I Iter of great Importance 19 Calumet's double action is so per- together 3 tunes.Cream batter thoroughly.add sugar asIII -
balanced and uaIlFaad cream together umdliaJtt aad lluffy.Add eggs and
featly controlled
less ,
I Chill Tonic not only relieves the j -o- beat wett.Add Oour.alteraately wttb nulk.a small amount at atime. .
4 -
No matter how medicines George O'Brien in : symptoms of Malaria, but destroys theinfection I I !1 it produces"perfect leavening. Beat after each addition m aaMoth; add flavermcBakein i tf i
many laeale
A trrl balldlaK I
itself. firr.r.rf Calumet Baking Powder is a product 2 greased fish layer pan.in moderate o e.O7S F.) 1 i
tried for your : l THE COWBOY MILLIONAIRE !. the heart af the cltr .
youohave irritation, you can The tasteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless I of General Foods. 2Smnateormtildaoe.spresaar me1fro.tmgbet.rary.en
Serial I -o-- and on top and odd desk Double recipe>: to make tbree
get relief now with Creomulston.Serious Comedy and Chin Tonic kills the Malarial infee- i 1! I 10-iaca lajcn.Sprinkle chopped ants oa avles,if desired.
trouble be brewing and tion in the blood cable the iron it Every Room With O mMnatlon Tub '
may con. (All ma r.menes are lee*/)
you cannot afford to take a chance Matinee: 5-10c; Night: 10-ISe tains builds up the blood to overcome theI I|I Oiling and Shower Fan Slat Hath.Door Radio for Summer Electric j

with anything less than Creomul effects of the disease and fortify against I Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
Eion. which goes right to the seat t j further attack. The twofold effect is ab- Mattresses of Inner Spring Conitraction
of the trouble to aid nature to I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT I}i solutely necessary to the overcoming of and Individual Reading -! Calumet prices are lower !
soothe and heal the Inflamed mem-
Malaria.Besides being I Lamps.
D- a dependable remedy i i iRATE'
branes as the germ-laden ,phlegmIs
j for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Dull
Even loosened if and other expelled.remedies have 'I WAVESTwo i Tonic is also an excellent tonic of generaluse. SI.lfle Calumet is now selling at the lowest prices in its history. The

failed, don't be discouraged Permanents Pleasant to take and absolutely 79 Raa .. rrlrate naih s:...
your OU.UU -
druggist is authorized to guarantee for ...____ I harmless. Safe to give children. Get a I K. R_.. Prime Hafha S3. regular price of the Full-Pound Can is now only 25ji! And be sure
Creomulsion and to refund bottle:today at any drag store. Now two R__.. Private Hath ,3.fA = '
your Better Waves $5.00 and of for dime with
10 lot baking
the good a
money if you are not satisfied with up sizes-50c and $1. The $1 size contains 24 Ra.a>.. Private Bath a.a. to see new, big can-a ?
l MRS. MILLER I times as much the I* S a Male Ra._.. Private Batk 4...
results from the very first bottle. I I 12iiaa as SOc size and I Calumets the Double-Acting Baking Powder.
Xt Creomuislon right now.. (AdvJ Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone S74-J i you UP'. more for your money. LIGHT ICRER; FOR DOTBLBOCCUPASCT -


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