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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 18, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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For Best 65 Interests Years Service.Devoted of Key.West to: the 1\:\ijt) l{tp Wt ctC' 1 ttt3cn t -- most range country Key West.equable of; only with Florida weather 14'an Fahrenheit, average has'in the Ihf




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VOLUME LVI. No. 248. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1935. : PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Africa War Guns Shatter AUTO ACCIDENT :.MOVE TO MAKE MIAMI CENTRAL !MOTOR VEHICLE i I Action Follows ConferenceHeld


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Prophecies For Peace Era FLORIDA RISES CONSIDERED INADVISABLE CHANGE ,I EXPENDITURES_ Between Van Hyning,

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Made Following Armistice SURVEY SHOWS THAT OVER central Establishment hurricane in Miami\ 1,, service continuous is ._, ; (. : VS THAT OVER TWO MIL- Treadway And Roosevelt

THIRTY SIX THOUSAND tion replacing] those in Key I ON DOLLARS WAS SPENT
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PERSONS KILLED IN U. S. Palm Beach St. I and ""UU"jo s. cun- FOR OPERATIONS OF ORGANIZATION -

Roar Of Guns Heard After iTO' START-WORK IN PAST YEARTALLAHASSEE other Florida cities, as 5u 'I offices the following in Florida] :weather Miami,'I FORM SPANISH I I r Regional RepresentativeWas

by the Democratic West, Pensacola,
Seventeen Years Of Committee of Dade I and Tampa. All Named To ReportOn
ON FISHING CAMPTO .Jackson-I MAIN MUSEUM 1 1TO
been considered :
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(nr As-.If-J rr. ) reports secured (nr A.I_'.. Pr...)
Peace Following Cessa- the weather bureau at stations Situation After la-
; Fbu] Oct. 18.Florida's are TALLAHASSEE: Fla. Oct 18.
accident' ton. I I ] oa the teletype for the in-I
tion Of Hostilities BE CONSTRUCTED AT' ] automobile The resolution passed of these five Florida'i -The state motor vehicle department CONTAIN SHELL DIVISIONFOR bor Day Hurricane
death rate for the past year was Miami 1 i I reoorted it had spent $23,456.90 ,-
I
body were \ in the system.' At these J'J'I
(Or A...elated PrcM) BOCA CHICA; TO BE READY I 39 per cent above the average for Senator Duncan U. i I the information is widely :' for its operations and RESEARCH PURPOSES (Dy A._faite4 .......)

The roar of guns i* heard FIRST OF YEAR I the entire country, and the state sent the resolutions :', by radio telephone,I'or the motor vehicle theft de- JACKSONVILLE, Oct.
among the Ethiopian outposts. ranked 4th the states in recommendations to the and in the newspapers.
in the beginning
among
I partment eight
Shell fall from the sky, raining I for ment of Agriculture and a and warnings 1 are tele-I)! years .-A survey to deter-
'the number of fatal accidents
I with 1928-the only
death and destruction. of the department's
Captain Luther Pinder said I each 100,000 of population.The ] 'I at frequent intervals] toj I Commodore Matho Fridericus mine what should be done
It i i. 17 years after the Armis rent from Senator ] broadcasting stations' in year the amount exceeded $300- I :

tice of the "war to end war** this morning he will at once start! figures were complied by fice to The Citizen and is 'cities including WDBO ; 000. I von Mietk-Liuba, II. D. \V. an-!! about completing the

On that memorable day November an insurance company which duced herewith: and WRUF at Gaines I Expenditures so far this year. : nounces that work has been !i

11, 1918, a surge of joy work of constructing his modern II I makes a study of accidents in the!! "t am in receipt of your in addition to the broad | from Jan. 1 to Oct I, totalled j]started on the gathering of material -|, Overseas Highway to Key
wept over the civilized world. of October 3. 1935, :I stations at Miami, Jack $281,502.97, although] expenditures ] for what will be known as:!
New hope for the,, future rang, and commodiously: ] comfortable United States. j a communication dated ', Pensacola] and Tampa for the entire year of 1934 ;i the "Spanish Main Museum of: West will be made this

put>> from center of government fishing camp at Boca Chica and There were 36,099 persons;j ber 26, 1935. from Mr. are supplied with full in- were $277,968.85. i Key West with a subdivision to::
week
everywhere and was reiterated I killed in automobile accidents in, Paulson Secretary Dade i|| from weather bureau Other years and the! total expenditures '! be known as the "Philatelic] i!; by a representative
from the mouth of statesmen. i I expects to have it ready by the United States, but if Florida's Democratic Executive '= located there. by the two depart- Museum." This philatelic subdivision -iof' Harry L. Hopkins Federal

President Wilson appeared inj I January 1, if not sooner. rate had prevailed in other states,j Miami\ Fla.] and a copy i I, for the display of ments were: I y I will at present be the ,
person to deliver his armistice i the insurance company said the, resolutions of that :! 1933 259958.30; 1932. $275-.' most prominent part of the Works Progress Ad
and hurricane
message to Congress: I I One of the requirements for I total would have been 50,270..' relative to the hurricane :!I warnings 365.97; 1931, $278,465.92; 1930 museum.

"Armed imperialism such as the starting the project is creosoted I Rhode Island had the lowest percentage -; service... I I j i ) concerning distribution tropical of infonnaI disturb-- 279101.74; 1929. $280.967.23.1 f The museum will contain a shell I ministrator.
men conceived who were but yesterday -! of such deaths and if its! "In accordance with |I and 1928 46012592. division for scientific research:
| for which he has beeni !Malcolm
piling are maintained b the i Miller regional
the masters of Germany is1 I i I rate had prevailed] throughout the I quest I have given j I bureau ? purposes, besides an occanographic -i I ,
at
waiting for some time Today he \ : '
at an end its illicit ambitions engulfed -I country the total would have been consideration to the re ] division with other in- representative of VPA
in black disaster. Who: was advised by the Clyde-Mallory] i about 18,000 deaths instead of< the Committee. 1 I I i tor Reef Light Ameri- CUBA ARRIVES | teresting divisions to be added I ,

will now seek to revive it?" j offices that a consignment of 180 I 36000. j "When a tropical storm ;: Shoala Light Apalachicola] ] later. I I was named by Hopkins
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'Dawn Of A New Era I|" of these piling is on the Steam- I t progress and its i' Bcileglade)] Boca 1 !|r The Commodore state that at
I! FROMHAVANAjSTEAMSHIP
to make
the
The casualty] ]lists of the Amer- ship Ozark, which arrived in port i movement is such as to I Point, Carrabelle, ,. present he is delving into the subject a report on
ican expeditionary forces were this afternoon. YORO ARRIVES j threat to the coast of I .Light: ()ed:.r Keys,Grande.1] !!: of proper housing facilities i I:situation since the Labor

still appearing in American: newspapers -I In addition to the piling] for the weather bureau I Clewiston, Cocoa. OZARK DUE TOJ i; for the museum. I
when leaders in all walks] 'I Captain Finder's development pro- I THIS MORNING'STEAMER !I ports at frequent Beach, Eau: Gallic, j j I 1 The Board of Directors of the Day hurricane washed
of life and prominent statesmen ject there are five carloads of bureau's stations at ; Everglades: Fernandina. COME IN TODAY FROM I I I Spanish Mkin Museum consists of'I :

._ of the world tOQk nn the try. j i j lumber consigned .t j, local con- : Titusville, Fort Pierce Lauderdale, Fort Myers, JACKSONVILLE! !t![[ Major William V. 'AlbAry, If. S.; away ,long' stretches
Senator Harding'of Ohio saw,, j Miami Long Key. Key West Pierre Fort Walton Holly i j: Deputy Marshal Ray G. Bash, thc
"the dawn of a new era in the BRINGS TWELVE glades, Fort Myers, Punta Homestead, Key West, .Hotel Manager:' Jackson S. Golden !. existing highway on

world.] I t oil PASSENGERS FROM PHILADELPHIA Tampa. Cedar Keys, ] ] Steamship Cuba of the P. and I Lieutenant William Klaus U. S. the Florida Keys.
Senator Swanson of Virginiasaid GALEY STILL Panama City Moorchavcn i Miami Moorehav- O. S. S. arrived from N., Mayor William II. Malone.\ I
: "From now on. auto Pensacola.] Smyrna. Okeechobee.: I company; with ', Margaret\ Zinaida von Mietk- E. A. Pynchon, Florida
Havana afternoon
yesterday
cracy and military despotism will' IN MAYOR'S RACE "Weather reports are i '. Palmetto, Panama City. three second clans for I Liuba, and Leo H. Warren, President -,!
cease. ." ceived at frequent 'i' Port Mayaca Port St. passengers of the City Council The i I \VPAdministrator, said
} 11 first and thr
Key West -e tec- ('
Senator Key Pittman Nev.:! I From the early autumnal blasts Coast Guard stations, Punta Gorda, Punta Rasa, and class for Tampa. Commodore upon whose initi- Hopjiins* action followeda
"From that (Peace) conference J in chilly Philadelphia there came the following in Florida: l Tampa, St. Augustine, St. Five took ative the museum is taking shape

will come the establishment of the)!! TELEGRAM RECEIVED FROM this morning 12 passengers on the Smyrna, Chester Shoals : Sarasota Sherman, from here passengers and I the ship passage sailed will act as the executive direc- conference some time
principles] that he (Wilson) has Lauderdale] St. I! Key Light, South Boca
Steamship Yoro, of Standard
CANDIDATE NOW IN the : 6:30 o'clock for Tampa with 19pas."engers. tor.It
between
advocated and which will mean an Fruit and Steamship Company, ama City and Pensacola Stuart Tampa. Tarpon .. is announced that Mrs. Jessie ago C. B. Tread-
enduring .** STAUNTON VA. bound for from Coast Guard vessels Titnsville Valparaiso, the lsd Porter Kirke, absent from the
peace. a stay of several daysin I Steamship Ozaik, cf : way chairman of the state
Senator France, Maryland: "'Ve, Frontera Mexico. ed at Fernandina, Fort Beach, West Palm Beach. Mallory Lines is due in Key West city, has been invited to join the I, ,

have forsaken forever the flesh-! The visiting ,group were shown Key West longer."A I to the proposal that a cen- today from Jacksonville and Mi- board of directors since it isl: road department; Conrad

pots of narrow sectionalism, of Doctor Harry C. Galey is still the points of interest under guid- "By cooperative I forecasting station be estab- ami en route to New Orleans. known that she has been considering -
selfish, rampant, and corrosive tin!| the race for mayor many unfounded :aRce of the recreational department with the Florida Light and at Miami: By the reor- This is one of the extra sailings : a similar plan for years. : Van Hyning, State Emer-

individualism, of national materialism rumors now in circulation ] -!I; and declared themselves] as Company, frequent I I of the hurricane warn- for Key West, established by the .1 On matters pertaining to the I' Relief Administrator
] ." in Key West to the contrary;: being delighted although the stay obtainable also from St. which became effec line since the hurricane. museum all are requested to communicate gency -
I tine. Daytona Beach, Cocoa July] 1, 1935. the Miami with the Commodore at,
'Victory For Liberty' notwithstanding. I I "has been entirely too brief" the I and President Franklin .
'!' Palm Beach, Homestead bureau office is supplied 708 Eaton street.MINOCA !
Representative Harrison, Miss.: More than one dozen times this ,; passengers declared. I I'
'' Largo, Rock Harbor all the available reports from JOHN COSGROVEWILL D. RooseveltMany
"It (the Armistice, is a second'question has been asked of The I Included on the passenger list ;
Declaration of fot'I I Citizen this morning and the reply -,I Matecumbe, Punta I hurricane region$ including
Independence are: Major and Mrs. John P.
the world] a Magna Charta for oppressed II' has naturally been that if the Welch, :Mr. and Mrs. Harold] Petersburg, Tarpon Sprin I I and ship observations. All \ VISIT HEREJohn COUNCILFAVORS I:, World War veterans
I denton and interior in connection with the
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peoples in every clime." doctor had withdrawn neither I I Rose, Miss Catherine C'I at work on the Kcys'i
Okeechobee. 1
cluding service received
at
Lloyd George, wartime Premier!j this paper nor his intimate friends Mir and Mrs Harry Flay Mr. any RAILROAD 1
of Britain: "It is the most wonderful -i j have been apprised: of his retire- Mrs.\ Irwin Kellogg. Mrs. :Marion "The weather bureau is I bureau center are also re i highway were killed in
vestigating the possibilities at Miami. That station is O'Hara Cosgrove, prominent -;
] for in the ment from the race. Anderson ,
victory liberty Miss Bernice Sees-
curing reports from other the center for a large and retired newspaper editor,; the hurricane. Much\ of
Later this afternoon telegram ] 1
,
history of the world.] a I chaff, and Norman Leuchsenring. I' ADOPTS RESOLUTION AT RECENT -
the Florida caast.NEW Continued who time last in
on ( on Page Four) spent some year
King George of England addressed was received from Doctor The Yoro arrived this morning the work they had done
West intends the I
Key to spend MEETING OF OR. I
President Wilson and the Galey] in Staunton. Va., which 6:10 from Philadelphia] and after! -- --

American people: ". this reads: "I am most emphaticallyin taking on fuel oil and stores at Christmas holidays" here ..this. I GANIZATION '' was demolished. Temporary -
greatest of democracy's achievements the race for mayor and will ap the Porter Dock Company, sailed FORD V-8 i; 1936 WERE\ year.. district
It
E. Gilfond WPA I I'I'I repairs to the roadwayand
preciate this 'I
I thank you and the peopleof your giving publi- I 10:30 o'clock for Frontera.
the United States for the high city." director, yesterday received a Minors Council No. 13, Degreeof ferries
and noble] part which have I Two weeks ago the doctor left, DISPLAYED letter from Mr. Cosgrove: in whichhe Pocahontas, at a recent meeting -, are expected
you I j''MASS MEETING said his stay last year was so held, voted in favor of rebuilding -
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played in this glorious chapter of Key West to join Mrs. Galey] who to be completed by November -
history and freedom." : is visiting their daughter l\Ii55' delightful he will again come to I the- Florida East Coast I

Allied Generalissimo: Marshal] Ruth Rose Galey.] student at Mary I I I HERE TONIGHT DEARBORN, Mich., Oct gracefully over the at- Key West for the holiday season. ,, Railroad 'in preference to the ,I 1.
Ford V-8 for 1936
cars were new radiator grille. With Highway.: I
Baldwin] Staunton Va. ]
College ,
Foch (getting America's D.S.M.j; i s for the first time today I Miller\ will be
from IVrshingWe) have gained!;! Dr. and Mrs.. Galey are expected j I slots" and more accen- "HERE IS THERE"IN The following resolution; pertaining accompanied -
dealers at
; meetings
group "Vee well its '
1 to return within the few' as as to the subject was adopted -
the greatest battle in history and i j days next BRIDGE ISSUE TO BE TAKEN I| branches in 24 cities in the / rounded lower edge PEIPING STREET : I on the survey by
saved' the most sacred cause-the! I I
ed States and seven in blends with the streamlin- "Whereas realize that our
UP IN HIGH SCHOOL we :,j i Pynchon, Van Hyning
liberty of the world.] ,
I new units will be shown of the inner portion of (By AMelatr4 Press) city cannot grow and prosper
'Old Europe I* Dead'Wilson's ; ORDER OF EAGLES AUDITORIUM the public next Saturday. I the new grille con PIPING Oct. 17.-The without railroad facilities Marvin\ Porter, Regional

Thanksgiving Day Body lines which strike a note of smartness which legation quarter here has a I "Be it resolved that we unite !j WPA engineer and
proclamation: "God has in his FAVORS RAILROAD note in conservative I I -and new. street that haa fenr different in our efforts to cooperate with possibly -

good pleasure given us peace. It : Mayor Wm. II. Malone] chair- a new treatment of the are streamlined a wide name in three blocks. the railroad company in every | Treadway.
has not come as a mere cessationof committee and three important I Beginning the famous for the repairing'
man of the appointed them way possible The party will leave for
arms, a relief] from the strain! in chassis giving an imposing ap- I j
Octcober 4 to make an investigation engineering 1 Water Gate in the south wall operation of the railroad. I
and tragedy of war. It has comej i At a meeting of Castillo Igna- of the progress made toward ; the principal improvements Louvres are of new of tk. ety! it U called Rue d.Co.cren. "Be..it further resolved that}I Miami\ tonight.COMMITTEE .
Horns in the
recessed
are
as a great triumph of Right. Complete -I cio Apramonte Lodge No.3, securing the bridges over the water 1936 car. There are no Pact the Grand Minoca Council goes on record as! j jbeinjf i
] victory has brought us, noti I i i Knights of Golden Eagle:] held; tgars on the highway, has called changes. The I aprons back of small round Hotel des WaconliU and the heartily in favor of reconstructing 'J DUE HERE
beneath the streamlined
peace alone, but the confident j i last night: resolutions were adopt-j!I{ a mass meeting to be held in engine, of which more ] The latter office of the American military the railroad tem." i TOMORROW
rea-
are
promise of a new day as well, in.i (-d I favorin:? the repairing and operation -j j 4 the High School auditorium 8 000,000 are now on the attache it split into two 1
which justice shall replace force!';: << of the Florida East Coast' iI j ji I I o'clock tonight ,unaltered. small and parabolic in sec one-way traffic lane separated i M. E. Gilfond, district
finished in enamel to match
and jealous intrigue among the I Jtail'vay in preference.tto Jjhgj, Other members of the committee Of the three principal by a parkway. WPA director told The
color and set off by
nations. !}I III ighway.j I t appointed at the meeting in improvements one kv front of the British embassy HABANA-MADRID CLUB; Citizen
I the officials namedin
I steel rims.
(,irncral Jan Christian Smuts..I))I Various other matters ,uTe!r the county court house October !stt"t"ring-is aimed a_ : it is called West Canal ANOTHER BIG
\f rii-an soldier-statesman' : "Old!|: taken up at the session which:;;i4: are: Frank Delaney. Fred Dion i and safety of operation. welded steel body is low street, after the Jade canal the foregoing telegram
Europe is dead and a new worldis proved to be an interesting one Fernando Cato, Charles II. Ketch- 'others tend to greater with flowing ,rear quar which used to flow betweenthe DANCETomorrow would come to Key West to-

owly! emerging. j j i throughout. urn, B. E. Brantley and Arthur One is the use of new steel .. Finish" is a Ford-de roadways. 0. the other morrow for a consultation
Guns roar along the outposts of,! I'I'i I' Sheppard. which lessen the unsprung baked enameL The new aide it i. Rue Meiji in frontof Night j with Mr. Gilfond and other

,Kthiopia. Bombs rain from the, Since the formation of the body. 'of the car and thus provide wheels with 12inch hub the Japanese embassy but at the most popular Night Club;
kv, bringing; death and destruc I: a great deal] of material! has been er riding comfort The materially improve the ap- become Via Italia where it in this eity where you caD really] j official
tion. ; J' gathered relative to the matter I:an improved transmission, of the ensemble Hub passe the former Italian] le- enjoy an evening of real enter- Mr. Gilfond ad! the visiting
S.-v<-iitcn years ago, the armistice -i $ca ram s I|I quiet helical gears in all are of polished rust. gation. tainment and drink delicious refreshments -;' group of official are

of the war to end wars and k-4UH ;assembly] including reverse.A I'l Outside the legation quarter at popular prices. ] expected to arrive by plane
was signed and a rejoicing world meeting for this evening and' tell new front end body types are avail- it tares into Nan Ho Yea
WHISKIES AND GINS I i Script $I.OO F.10 till and remain in Key
hailed it with new hopes for the I ;; the citizens exactly what has been gives added distinction ten with de luxe appoint- which is Chinese for "South 11 tomorrow
future. 1\I learned. I body lines. The hood is and three without. Riverside Drive." West until Sunday.

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ttbt! ep mtr5ctttittt) I. NO WAR-IN EUROPE r Ford V-8 Streamlining Steps Ahead l I TODAY'S WEATHER ]11|!I. Today e.a.eeeeeee.eeeee..eee.In History.

Published Daily Except Sunday By There will hardly be a war in Europe. .ee..ee.e..........eee..
THE CITIZEN Pll LU"' G C'V. INC.I. I
Such would be terrible aftermath s.ac
P. ARTMVN. Preel.eat a war too an 1783-Army of the Revolution
JOE AtLK.X. Aulataat Ba*..ev. Maaaccr of the great world war. The j' Telllperat.r.- j I 30.52 inches, and Knoxville, Tenn,. i disbanded by proclamation of Continental -

From The Citizen D& ding stration of British naval demon-I' .........._..,..,....... ..83 Atlanta Ga., and Macon Ga., I i Congress.
Corner Greene and Ann Street. power .i ..RS 1 f. _.._.._.._ ........... .... ..:74 30.34 inches. Rains have occurred -j _
Mediterranean is unimportant. Even a fu : ...._......:...?........_=:..78 I I since yesterday morning i,1 1867-United States took for
Only. Daily Newspaper County.IB Key West and Monroe battle that might involve the British and I] Mean ...................... .. 791 I I in many sections from Texas!I: mal posseaton of Alaska.i .
Italian fleets and which Rainfall* ,;i northeastward over the Lake region -
undoubtedly
Entered at Key West. .Florida as f coed stale matter' Yesterday's Precipitation .12 Ins.]:I i and on the coast of Wa'hing.1 i 1892-Long distance! telephone
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FIFTY-SIXTH 1SICMIwr would result in a British victory because 1)f Normal Precipitation .23 Ins! [I ton, and showers continued in I between New York and Chicagi.

.'eraoe the greater British naval strength, wouldbe o sL ......i.. rrr.ed ......r. :t.-.... .. eastern and southern Honda.Temperatures first opened.
of the A1ft .. _. I .
;. mdi.a (0 'ei.ek tole .r.I.Tom.rrow'
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fhe Associated Press is exclnsirely entitled to use comparatively indecisive. In past times have risen in the -
tnr rtr-k: .titlcui of all news dispatches! credited to Almaaae lower Lake region upper Ohio 1898-United States took formal .
C ,u not otherwise credited. .. th t paper and also such a naval victory would put the de- 1 1i Sun rises m+_m_...... ... 627: a..r..J, ':VlHey, North Atlantie States, possession of Puerto Rico.
tae local published .45.NATIONAL
news I
feated nation'at, a disadvantage but naval i Sun: sets .... ..m' 5:57 p. and North Dakota and are above
EDITORIAL) power today is not what it was before the Moon rises .____... {t.rmal'this morning throughout 1918-140 U. S. canes raid
ASSOCIATION Moon sets ..' ___..h...1:27 p. |) ;njMt of these districts and in the i i i back of German lines and all
},..;;,I C/1-1,ix rt6,ueA- 1935SYBSCRIPTIO'V advent of air fighting. Last quarter, 19th ...42:36 a m. Mississippi Valley and West Gulf planes return safety.1931Df'IIHtMtrated.
Naval supremacy today would close I I Tomorrow". Tide. States; while elsewhere reading I

One Year ____..:____ __ -RITES_$10.00 ports to shipping and would interfere with A.M. P.M. are generally somewhat below the at Harvard -
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Six' Months ...------". ..... .- -- 600fbree High ........2:49 4:30 seasonal' average. Medical School-that electrical
Months .... 1.10: the transportation of supplies. But naval I Low .. .......10:16: 9:20, G S. KENNEDY: I activity goes on constantlyin
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One Weekly Month... -__,-.- .15.20 supremacy would not curb aggressive at- llarom..ler 8 a. _. todaytj: I I Officer in Charge. brain of man.

ADVERTISING RATES tacks. Airplanes are terrific weapons and Sea level, 30.03.WEATIEK I ._ --_._- --- ---- -

Made, known on application. they do not confine themselves to active FORECASTTill

SPECIAL NOTICE combatants. They attack anybody and I I
cards of thanks resolution of
All readlnr notices
respect, obituary notices ett, will bo charged for at everybody and carry the war and the fight- ( 8 p. nt. Saturday) ]
the rat of 10 cents a line. Key West and Vicinify: Partly I For Limited
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha ing into the home. cloudy tonight and Saturday pos-! a
revenue is to be derived are 5 cents m. line. I I
The ;Citizen:: is an open forum and Invites discussion The days in which the bankers andj
. of public issues and subjects of local or general // 2{ 1\r l, 111
Interest but it wHI not publish anonymous communi capitalists of a nation sat back and watch'led (/ I VRt.
a Jb .1 I Time
cations.! : t- Only
the common citizen walk up to the ca.- I/ : ,

non's mouth and perish patriotically for f

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST his longer exist. Airplane attacks
country no V \
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN are more apt to seek out the owner THE IMPROVED streamlining of the front end of the Ford V-8 for = .5.1; One'
1936 is well illustrated by this camera shot. Note the horn set into the "'
of great wealth and his possessions. Instead fender behind chromium and the the graceful I : ? 'I
apron a grille way con- Iljf : y ,,
1. Water and Sewerage. of the humble citizen being the ob- tour of the fender is carried to.the edge of the,new radiator grille. A J t I Universal or HotPoint
glimpse of the new hood louvres is caught behind the headlamp. The : ) ;. j y{.. _
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main ject of attack, the fighting policy of the r NMostly
V-8
insignia: on the prow of the ear is of new design. r
Shower
land. contending commanders is more apt to be -_-___-_ _-_ n--_ ______..--- ...- ---- ---- --- Cloudy 1 Electric
attacks on the powerful leaders of the I sibly occasional showers; moderate -1 HOUSEHOLD IRON :
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$ Free-Port. sees sees S S seee 55 ee se e.Today's
enemy nation. This possibility puts quitea ; to fresh northeast and east i An exceptionally' weD constructed
4. Hotels and Apartments KEY WEST IN I HoroscopeThe winds. ,I Iron for general I Iron
different the of
aspect on possibilities Florida: Partly cloudy tonightand I household purposes. Finely
5. Bathing Pavilion. war to the men who largely are in controlof DAYS GONE BY Saturday; possibly showers tapered point and beveled I
6. Airports-LanJ! and Sa. Ye.rli! The will is liable to be some in extreme south portion. I edge Nickel Plated. With a one year guarantee
.the situation. It.is a great argument for Happening Here Ju.t 10
what weak in those born today Jacksonville to Florida Straits
7. Consolidation cf County and City Ago Today A. Taken From i =and:
Under m.odern conditions, the
peace. and they are more or less subjectto and Eist Gulf: Moderate to fresh
The Files Of The Citizen
Governments. probability of a war in Europe is rather re- I the desires. This person will northeast and east winds; weather _
1 mote. be rather too amenable to flat- partly overcast tonight and: a Pin-It-Up __
i
; Messages reeived by the Porter tery, and too prone to self-con- Saturday with scattered showersover
In politics is one place where the pot Our own country is not apt to be em- Dock company this afternoontell ceit. There is a promise of personal I south portion.WEATHER .

calls the kettle black. broiled in the European difficulty as we of the. Japanese Steamship![ charm or attractiveness that i Handy Lamp f
: Keifuru Maru having sent out dis-J will craw friends, and some indi- CONDITIONS
have learned by past experience that the I
tress signals from a point near cation of fortune's favors. Take
Ignorance of the law excuses no one, less we mess into the affairs of our neigh- I i Dry Tortugas. According to the' care not to lose them by giving: Pressure continues high throughout BOTH -

unless he happens to be a lawyer. bors the better off we are. The Teutonic :information the vessel has lost'' way to foolish words or actions. the the-
country except over
attempt to conquer the world was a real ''I her propeller and is unable to pro-'! Southwest Salt Lake City, Utah, $
Completion of the Highway is the ceed further. Arrangements are' Miss Anna Nelson, now an ex- $355
threat to us. It was better for us to aid in I being made to dispatch a of I ,
ecutive and fashion
paramount labor to which Key West i is the suppression of that threat than to fightit the assistance of the disabled!one of New York's most designer famous KEY WESTCOLONIAL for

committed. alone after it had achieved a foothold.We I ship. i ii stores, began as an errand girl. I HOTEL I I ___ I

did not fight Germany and her w-: : ; t I
Ethiopia is the "piece Ue resistance"in i A's there homicides in yesterday visiting Captain Clarke I In the Center of the Business 1 Terms 55c: down
Mussolini allies because we were afraid that we Monroe county since the last term D. Stearns and at a conference and Theater District I Ii
Africa, and is experiencingthe
might have to fight them alone afterward.But I of circuit court, no jury was with the captain was accompanied 75c a month f for

resistance. that idea had a great deal to do with I drawn by Judge Jefferson B. by Harold GibsYn, legion post First CU._Ftro.roof- i 4 months
Browne when court convened this commander George Lucas chiefde Sensible Rat.. I
After waiting 34 years for his wife to our willingness to enter the war. We I morning. All cases on the common gare. 40 and 8, Lieutenant Thomas

return home, a Cleveland man became impatient went to war because we had placed a chipon I law docket were continued on application and George B. Graham. .It is COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I The West Electric
and sued for divorce. our shoulder and Germany very stupidly I of attorneys. Several planned to put on another paradeas Key Company
chancery cases were set for hear-, was done last July and it is ex- Garage Elevator
knocked it off. She sank ships,
our ing when court convenes Monday pected that a larger number will Popular Prico 1
There are two sides to every question, after we had forbidden her to do it, and morning. i be in the procession than at that .
I
andGeneral Johnson seems to have the as a result we went into battle and Ger- time. ..... -- --_ ._-

habit of taking them both in turn. many and her allies were beaten. There will be no ship of the: News
United States navy coming to porton has been received in Key
But there is no threatened world- Navy Day. announced Lieu- West announcing the birth in

If your house needs paint, paint it. conquering coalition at the present time tenant J. H. Thomas,. U. S. N.. Itlewood; Calif., of a daughterto

That's economy in the long un add a civic and our policy will be to keep the noses of captain of the yard this morning.One Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Bill.
ship has been assigned to Mrs. Bill was formerly Miss
improvement that adds to Key West's ap our curious people out of the mess. If, Miami. Teachers in all schools Nathalie Baeza, of Key West.i PAINT UPUse

pearance.If after we have prohibited them from inter- have been requested to give talks,
fering, they insist on gettiny themselves into on the navy to their classes. Sub i I I "Old Ironsides Week" will! Legio'fonday
jects for these talks are being } and last for one week.
did not have Constitution trouble it will be too bad for them. We
we a we mimeographed at the naval sta- This campaign to raise funds to
might still be back in the horse and buggy will not get into something that really tion and will be supplied the restore the historic old frigpte is

days, and deprived of the many blessingsof does not concern us. feachers for their guidance. being conducted under the aus-j J ZILO--A Sherwin Williams ProductZilo
pices of the Elks Club. 551 of Key
the day. Lawrence Detling, Walter van West. Buttons are being distributed -

AN ETHIOPIAN ALLY Haitsma and associates, purchaseda Speeches will be made dur-
Every community has persons, and large tract of land on Cudjoe ing the week by Judge Jefferson
is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated -
B.
Key which was part of the Allen- Browne. W. L. Bates and
they generally are failures, who think they Every once in a while even before the i
Wardlow estates. The transaction others. -Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside.A .
are qualified to run the world. That they war actually started, Italian hospital ships was handled through the Oversea I I I II

have made failures of their own little lives were seen, bringing stricken soldiers back company by E. H. Duteher as I Preparations are being made I

do !n't seem to enter their heads. from Italian colonies near Ethiopia. The agent. The price involved in the''i for the officers dance to be given 2o POUND CAN OF ZILO[ l\IAKES.ABOUT
transaction is $257,000. They are Tuesday evening for the. officersof ...
climate and mountains are allied with now selling property the "' Key I the U.$. S. Cleveland by the I I NINE QUARTS' OF PAINT
Now we know why Mussolini\ has beer. llaile Selassie. A press correspondent :. and planning large developments, officers of the naval station. The O' t ,
which will be announced i in the dance;will be held at the Athletic! :
so solicitous about families having many wrote out the story of an Italian soldier I I I' <"
near future. Club and invitations are brings I
children and his national acclaim for who talked on his way home from the -' .,....I nt out today. About 200 I 25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50

champion mothers; he needs them when front. The picture he drew wasn't very Editorial comment: Many road these have been received by resi-i I

grown up to take the place of those he is encouraging for the followers of Mus\ accidents are caused by tipsy dents and it is expected that the
for cannon-fodder drivers seeing two ears approaching largest number of dancers seen ata 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45
now.
using I solini."I where there is only one and like affair in sometime will be
----- went through the World War," trying to go between them. I present.

When a male and female are em- said the stricken soldier," and I can say ,
Lieutenant Charles A. Mills of Subscribe to The Citizen-20 $4.95
ployed by the WPA and desire to get married that the fourth year in the front line was the reserve force was in Key West weekly.YOUR .

they are confronted by the rule thatno not so ghastly as conditions in Massawa -.--- -- -- .- I
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two in one family can be on relief, but today even before the Italo-Ethiopian dis-
1.- MAKES PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST
there is:' a way to circumvent that injunc pute. Our men are miserably quartered,

tion. It's tricky but it workr! have bad food and scarcely any water to
55c quart $2.20 gallon
per
drink. What water they get comes from per

Key West, one of our favorite Florida t Alen and Port Sudan and is warm and un- CONSULT BANKER

spots, seems to be in r tough spot geo- pleasant. The meat is rotten, and we get .

graphically-transpo'tatiopally speaking, vegetables only in. small quantities. The, Can You Equal This Low

Lut a swell spot geograp ically-climatit-al- portions are all very small and mealtime ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS i i iI '

ly I. Bermuda gets along without a railroad irregular._ I even:<>ffered 50 lire for a bot- I I I Cost Anywhere?

to the mainland, or even an auto- tle of lemonade and could not get any. I

mobile.-P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune. Quite apart .from the commissariat, ma- : I II r

e laria is rampant among the soldiers who I Remember We,are :Headquarters for Lumber, Cement, Screens,

Of all the fool rulings, the one made are stationed in Massawa. The heat is intolerable The First National Bank ot Key \West j Doors, Windows-hi fact, Anything you need to Build l or Repair.

F. Ritter New York works the air foul the barracks
by Victor progress I and are I! .
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administrator takes the blue ribbon. [ infested with bugs. Conditions are considerably -
Member of the Federal Reserve j:i
He:said he would not discharge communistson I better irr Asmara, but the ma- ji I

.the relief roll, and that it r.as no con- jority of the troops are still Massawa.\ ." IJ J

cern of big< what they did after they knock Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

off after 5 o'clock. So unhindered they People who cry "poor-mouth" are

can cuss the administration to their hearts' generally misrepresenting facts; if condi- Corporation I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

content and indulge in subversive propa- tios were in reality as they represent themto
w "Your home is worthy of the best"L
ganda to tear down this government and te they would keep their buccal cavities .1

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGE THREE

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I' a MORNING FUNERAL HOMERS i I i..1 1 CLASSIFIED ]I LEGALS

STAR i
: iv TilE cotxTr jrnnrfn corn?,
t -" J3T MARtAIS I FORFEITED GAME i I> .%>n FOR :MONROE cod:c' T,
COLUMN STATE OF FLORIDA.
In Tf, Estate of

abort tTXOfaiSt to divore altar*tr hnftand.Bant Edsin. <.- was descended from a very line dog SPORTS) I I TO BAKERS 9 TOO ........................ I LAURA CtTRRT MORENO Deceased.
of David's.! The three of them discussed
.. li'dlri.oil" you** To all Creditor. :Legatee Dia-
tnax,but.. oftnionatfd and narrow the dog technically and at Advertisements under this bead trllnlt.. and all Person Hating,:
ffcat Uvin* .rft* him it impoibl,. length. will be Claims or Demand Against said
for a normal Bmily ha* I inserted in The Citizen at i Estate:
font to Morton Ran t:;9iU fndith.htr of "Who's handling him for you?" EMBALMERS WALKED OFF the rate of le a word for each insertion You, and each of you are he..-
college roommate and fitter
DaD asked. I br notified and required to prs. it
David Carroll lohom Emily ha* .>- FIELD IN LAST
HALF OF but .
the claims
minimum for the any or demand which
res.st&ered YO"or
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cotta erer'ufk.art "Ed Parrish. He
way* can get more out .
-- I either of yon may hate airaln-t
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after like Carroll' bet their of a dog than In the -- -- j "INNING I first insertion! in every instance is
plantation. David into anybody game. FIRST ; PROTESTED I the estate of Laura Carry Moreno,
tke mid./Ttrrkev.disappeared Xmtl*does not Dill nodded. "Much competition ........................ Did someone say "because' Mr. H. 25c. deceased. late of Monroe ('ounr-.
mow, bat Judith nos cabled David BATTING AVERAGESFOR *" DECISION BY UMPIREBy Florida. te the Count Judge o f
that 'M mlantatim i* ...... air taeawk.t. this year? Doings Around The .is .always tired i I Payment for classified: adver- :Monroe County, Florida, at his office .
: "If all the dogs that have bees I in the Court House of said
nominated are started there'll bepl *1P .c.Mr. ( JOVE) |i I tisements is invariably in advance County, at Key Beet, Monroe County .
SENIOR LEAGUE Golf Links '. Pete Taylor and Mr Ike I Florida. within twelve month
Chapter 39 nty," Aubrey admitted "Bat' of ,.. Russell got in the total playing: The Busy Bee Bakers and, but regular advertisers with ledger from the time of the first nnhh, a_
course In a Derby It's hard to telL s holes. The!| Lopez Funeral Homers started tot {! accounts may have their advertise-! tion of this notice to-wit October
DOGS AND BRIDGE .: of two and one-third j 4. lea. aaid claim demand.
; or
Everett from COMPILED JOVE ( '
Philadelphia Is bringing I ram got them after one hole and t play a game last night at Bay- ments charged. must be duly sworn to and pr..
WE wear evening dresses forU.I. his string and so Is Hudson. I _ff (By GRAVY) : Park and it ended in sensed _
'DO haven't heard from the others." ..................*..... somebody on the telephone got:,,: time view record :j I Advertisers should give their I I aforesaid to, the or said same Co will ty be Judge barred a*
Dan RaynorT Emily them before they could play the !I > street address well their hy limitation.Dated .
as
Basked from the depths of her closet Dan tnrnld to Emily. "Ever seena OTHER DATA ALSO SUPPLIEDBY If you had been out on the golf third hole. It is understood that I The Embalmers were retired in as telephone I this 4th day of October, A.
national field trial?" course yesterday afternoon yon I, order in the first half of the opening J number if they desire re. IX UII.
Judith her long legs I motorist reported a bombardment R CURRY
swung Tertthe some MORENO
"Neither a national nor any other SPORTS WRITER FUN- would have experienced the famous -' frame. Then the Bakers went j j suits.J A* Administrator of the Estate of
\ arm of a chair. She was super- I coming from the golf
'Wising- 'Heavens kind. she confessed. "gale: of '46." The wind I I to the bat and Castro the first' J I With each classified advertisement Laura Curry :Moreno, deceased
Emily toilet nolHe'n afternoon but
"Toull enjoy It. I'm putting In my ERAL HOMERS LAD: IN CIR course yesterday; W CURRY HARRIS
+ probably smell Ilk* saddlesoapand bid now to take yoa." was so strong in places that Daddy': actually it was only Ike hitting man; up, rolled to Qates, who The Citizen will give free an Attorney for Administrator.oct4'I1lalS .

Glover's mange core. And even She hesitated "Thats over a CUIT Sawyers: lifted bodily and car his ball down number 2. And he I threw to first base in quick time. ")Anto trop Razor Outfit. Ask for ; .DOYl-I-U-U.

;when he's dressed up b. look as If month away Isn't It? I won't be ried down the fairway a distanceof denies the fact that his ball went with a few seconds to spare. it.I IX TilE CorXTT JtnGF COIR
Ite'd pat on his clothe. In the dark 25 or so yrds. Charles Keuhum -i I The umpire ruled that Sterlingwas I IX Asp FOR MOXROB COtXTl,
here that long.. I'm afraid. j I to the railroad track from where FLORID. |\
and slid down firemen's had his well-known "straw'1 off the bag and declared I PHOBITE.
pole. PERSONAL
Judith frowned behind the In re: Estate of
"Don't, be silly (By JOVE) I I he played it from coconut
fastened down with chewing Castro safe. The Funeral Hom- JOAQUIN
Emily shook with mirth. "Ton Who katy" tI
says you won'tr Official batting averages up 'I tree near number 8. I DeARMASDeceased.
leave me all flatter with the prospect Emily smiled at her sad knowing gum while "Weary Willie" ers refused to keep on playing and STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Then shall I wear riding boots Jndith's determination decided not to and including: 'game of Oct 8, knocked one of those curves SO i|I I therefore forfeited the game to I INDIGESTION victim', why To all creditors and all person
and a sombrero?* to argue It then. 1935 for the Senior League far that the ball was 10 yards Mr: Charlie Salas! took his boss! i the Bakers 9 to 0. suffer? For quick relief get a I Ii having claims or demand against
: I said Estate
for and :
Judith considered. "'It... you got "And in the meantime. Dan went with averages including .250 and'behind I Willie before it stopped ; Cookie Mesa a partner The claim that Maximo the i free sample of UDGA a doc Ton and each of you are hereby

something soft and floating and ineffably on. "I.think we'd better have a fox up are shown below: II i I going. So you see, gentle !between them they had 2Q1 strokes i: umpire in question, is partial to tor's prescription, at Gardner's notified and required to present
claim
while Mr' Berlin and I any and demands which
feminine If yon haven't you hunt Ladles don't foxhnnt down PlayerAB R. IL SB Ave. !ier, that there were a few read-I Sawyer partner the Busy Bees was made by the Pharmacy.oct247911141618212325; I'I or either of you, may have 8gainn yon t,
i Louis Cruickshank had total
bore but Jvde'e r about. But the wind and a the estate of Joaqotn DcArntas.
ought; to haTe: you ought never to oof a lady thank I I Lopez aggregation.The deceased -
i
God. And W. Oates ......16 1 8 2 .500 of 206 strobes. Mr Sawyer late ot Xnnro:: County Florida .
wear anything but sport clothes In we can corral one or two 'did not dampen the ardor of the Bakers and Firemen wantto 28x to the Hon.
a:: _31 8 14 1 :451Machin i;, Hugh Onnn County
,S.ertng be-
1 not to snuff
yesterday
others like was up '
the her. What about Saturday Judge of
and Monroe
daytime chiffons at night. following: play with Maximo umpiring Connty, at his office -
night?** ..._.... 9" 4 4 1 ..444P.l cause of that afoiementioned free outfit', FOR RENT In the County Covrtbonse la
and the Funeral Home
1 don't. She produced a beige Castro ........2.. 1 10 2 .415 j ride MUf' ceived during the early Monroe County. Florida within one
chiffon,floor-length with a deep yoke wants somebody else.! So there : year from the date of the first pub.
of eObwebby lace and longbell- JUDITH laughed. No grass under E.I Sweeting ..13 .5 5 1 .384 Mr. WilLam: Wesley Watkin part of the game. Cookie and have the story of the whole I TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED lication Hereof. All claim and demands

shaped sleeves"Will this dor* your feet. Is there. Daniel? Her Alfonso ..._.....19 3 1 0 ..368J. took a 48-48 during the course of Louis had the same score 99, so mix you-up. I APARTMENT. Con time and ROt ia presented tbe within the

"Perfect.: I can hear the crash glance flicked Emily tor an Instant. Garcia ......30 10 11 0 .366 tie afternoon while his pal Mr both were happy.Mr. The writer Rill let the fbns venieaces.. porches. 519 Elizabeth herein shall be barred manner as prescribed provided
right tenderly. "Emily's been III. and I'm C. Garcia: ......14 3 5 0 .357 I p.u'el1 had 47-49 This street. Apply 523 South by law,
now.;: I hope you've got a string of Kerr know when the next game will be Dated
September JO, A. D.
afraid she won't be P. Gonzalez ..32 9 11 3 .343 II 1935.
equal to
anythingso Tide it match since Edward Struck Mr. Mel- ard street. sept 14
tiny pearls to go with It." a friendly played, and in the meantime I ANA )IRA DeARMAS,
Emily laughed "1 have. strenuous for at least two weeks. Albury "'_.....24 6 8 3.333 Papa" won one round but t1 rt-![ vm Russell and Doc William Per- will make an effort to get this I As Administratrix of the Fstate' of
But well have It later" 11. Gates ........15 5 5 1 .333 !' FOR SALE I Joaquin I DeArntas
J deal had time. i5rtl"
liwim took the last which
; Kemp a great to the satisfaction octl-11
Judith grinned. "I wonder what "Tell me about fOJlhuDta.EmU p'ovtsj'| 1 tangle straightened out > -18- ; -;22:
} C. Vidal27 4 9 1 .333
that will tell if daisies Eddie and Doe failed to from I
made think [ age even win of all concerned.POSTPONE .
me needed
,after."She uncurled yon herself and looking rose. said Tm" not sure I'd ever be equal Baker ............34 10 11 3 .323 t,won't. Old Charlie with the help each other but did take Melvin as' I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

At the door she panned to one. Ward ......_..28 4 9 1 .321 ,fof his hat took a 51-51 which i9 nslial. And the longer Doe played I cards, $1.25. The Artman I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
"Oh. there's none of the fence and McCarthy ......32 9 10 0 .312 the the better he wind GAMEATPARKTONIGHT\ I I Press. aug7 FUNERAL HOME
"I forgot to warn you that Daa Is a hedgerow staff they have ID merrle pretty good considering got, or no
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A. Acevedo .23 6 1 2 .304
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widower and that he good England" he reassured her. "We breeze. wind. For instance nobody will Serene Key West
means no
go 1\(. Aeevedo ....10 5 3 1 .300 I OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two!
believe that he four the
by anyone But I thought bed be out to my cabin for supper and get got a on Half Century
F lliggs ... ._.20 1 6 0 .300 i bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office
5th hole and that Melvin
rather a relief after Edwin'At started about three la the morning. got a II 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
Bale ...___._._._.28 1 8 3 .285!
Our genial Postmaster Mr. but it true No wonder oct16
the mention of Edwin herthroat The big coon and fie red fox walk ,f h par was Licensed Embalmer
\ C. Capote .. 1 0 2 0 .285 .
Samuel took his felliw
Just before Harris Melvin win. don't
day. They Phone
contracted What was Edwin can never BIG MASS M-ETING: GIVEN 135 Night 696-"
doing at this moment,she wondered: 'And what do yon do In the meantime Gabriel ........_26 6 7 0 .269 f'Employe out for a day's apart give him the chance. SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50c.

reading his paper perhaps. In the *" she asked curiously. Ingraham ._...26 4 1 0 .269 I Sam had to give Old Bye (for he I A! CAUSE; WILL BE PLAY- The Artman Press. sing? v-

.oppressive Victorian solidity of his "The low.lifts play poker, and the Carbonell .__..16 2 4 0 .250 I i was the opponent) a few strokes His Honor the Mayor Mr. Otto ED MONDAY NIGHT \UUuUllSPEND/ /

father's house? She resolutely closed others sleep around the fire. Griffin ..__.... 4 1 1 0 .250 I before the Duke would consentto Tax Assessor and Samnella Gold- I PRL"ITING-Quality Printing at

the> door of'.Jier memory on Edwin 'And' there's a quaint old southern A. Lunn ....---16 2 4 0 .250 play. When all was over it smith got in 11 holes but betweenthe (By JOVE) the Lowest Prices. The Arc-I /

and smiled custom Aubrey put In. "that the seems that Atwood had paired wind water mud and some) The diamondball game that I. man Press. aog7 YOUR

"Thanki for the hint. I'll try to first person awake gets to kick coalsIn Other records follow I the last hole which gave him one of Bill's wild shots the threesome : was scheduled for tonight at ,
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keep my affections: under control"Judith everybody else' s face. Most doubles: Baker 5. Mc- skin and Mr' Harris zero. How played 95 holes. Leastway it felt : Bayview Park has been postponed TYPEWRITING PAPER 6001I 1 VACATION

chuckled. "I wont lose "Then I can t ga.-Emil", said arthy 4, Barcelo 3, Sterling 3: ever it seems tnat :Mr. Sands was that way after the return home.! on account of the big mass I I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press I

sleep over th&t.DA.'If ." firmly.Dan chuckled"I sleep too"Don't soundly. three base hits Kerr 1; home [ playing a come on game for which None of the three kept any score meeting that will be held at the i aug1 THIS YEAR IN :
yon worry ,I.
runs: Sterling 1, Carbonell 1: Mr. Harris has a great aversion. on account of none can count High SchooL I
RATNOR was Just what Ju- honey. stolen bases: Hale P. Gonzalez, above 10. What I FLORIDA
Emily looked so dubious that the comes next after The game will be held on Monday j WANTED I J
had described Although his three of them laughed heartily at her Baker and Albury 3 each; most I Bee 21; Ward won, C. Garcia 10, anyhow* night.

clothes were beautifully cut It was apprehension. times struck out Barcelo 9, Molina -,lost. WANTED-A tfbance to bid on i prycur HEALTH!'

obvious that Dan wore them on snfferanee. They played bridge after dinner: l and Salinero 8, Bethel and I August 30-Lopez 3, Firemen Mr. Michael Brindle was goingto able to. .it seems that even he I your next printing order. The ,. ,

duplicate contract at a tenth of a Walker 7; most times walked:i 11; C. Gates won. Walker lost give an exhibition but was nn-has to work for a living. Amman Press aag?t < //////im\\\N i
But he looked Iiggs[ 9, Castro and Gopher 7 9-Firemen 7
InterestIng. Emily i cent, Emily was uneasy; aha sensed September Busy
'decided; tall and rangy, with a i that their bridge would be a very Walker 6;; most sacrifices rtro Bee 3; Walker won. Ward lost .-- ----

thin weather-beaten face that suggested different game from that of the 4, Bakers Gabriel C. Garcia and September 11-Bermuda 5',

that he had lived not wisely i Elston younger set. Pale 3.League. Lopez 29; A. Lunn won, C. Garcia -

but too welL I "Ill be your partner she told lost. -.

There were deep tines at either Dan. if youll let me pay my own standings: September 13-Lopez 18, Bury'I i

side of his wide month and a netw I losses. Because rill pretty sore HI Games Bee 6; C. Gates won. Ward lost.

| .rk.of wrinkles at the corners of throw yon" ClubW.. L .Pet To Play September -Firemen 14, FIRMS

his eyes, but the eyes were dark and lIe merely looked at her; the most Lopez 00'_'_' 6 3 .667 1 I Lopez 7; L Castro won, Kerr lost.

fine and the smile he gave her revealed I reproving and reproachful look she Busy Bee ..43 .550 2 t September 23-Busy Bee 5,
the most beautiful teeth she had ever seen Under his
nnwavertng Firemen _.2 6 .250 1 Firemen 4; Ward won, Castro
had ever seen. she felt herself .
eyes flashing. I
H. came straight to her and took slowly and hotly He turned appealIngly lost. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Results of
Firemen
both her hands Just as David had to Judith. previous games I. September 25-Lopez 3. I .
August 21-Lopez 3, Bermuda 1 .C. Gates Walker
done so long ago. Was It a characteristic "Make, her stop! I'll kiss her here ; won
of these men? she wondered. and now If you don't." 10; C. Garcia won, C. Lunn lost. ; lost; 10 inmngs.j .
August 26-Bermuda 12, Fire- October: 3-Busy Bee 8, Lopez
"Jnde yon didn't warn me. he reproached Judith was sorting the duplicate I
her In a voice that was boards "1 guess we can stand It If men 7; B. Roberts won, L. Cas JO; Ward won, A. Lunn )lost.

even softer and more slurred than 'she can" she told him calmly tro lost. I 1 I October 'Firemen 5, Buy JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S

Aabrey's Emily laughed helplessly "All August 27-Busy Bee 2; Lopez I Bee 14; Ward won, Walker lo<*t. 1FT'S

Judith said calmly. "No. bat 1 right. But you may lose your shirt. 6; A. Lunn won, Ward lost. !I October 8-Firemen 9, Lopez Hal a taste aDd arena that .

warned her* The argot of Morton Hall she realized August 28-Bermuda 13, Busy 20; C. Gates won, Castro lost. il only band i. good coffee FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY

He whirled on her In consternation as she spoke was insidious and 328 StttONTON ST and yow UD be sure that It.s

The hell yon did! What did co taglous. fresh Leea.. it's bkaded La '
you tell her?" Dan was arranging pillows In her ;; 11 01SPECIALTY Division Street

dishonorable"That your intentions are strictly chair.sugar."It wouldn't be the first time 1.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1".1'.1' .I'1tI I P L U M BIN G Key Welt. PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29


He scowled at her and then smiled She had guessed right about the l LARGO, Ib 18c;

disarming! at Emily "The truth bridge. They played casually, with 5 "Make Your V. & S., Ib 1Sc. SOUTH Staple and
Paper Pay FLORIDA Fancy
isn't In her he said sweetly" "She's none of the bickering that characterized DURO PUMPS

repeating vicious gossip. so many seriou* games but Groceries
Qua appeared with cocktails and it was evident that they respected PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
'
drink Dan looked those damn'pained.things"Do I have to the tLtngIf game. as a beautiful and Intricate You Dividends! 512 Greene Street NURSERY Complete Line Fresh

"Do ?" Aubrey asked PHONE 348 Phone 256
yon ever yon ever find you're broke PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetables
calmly. He turned to Gas. "Bring Dan told her warmly "just let me

the whiskey. know and we'll do this for a living.: s- sS

Dana face cleared. *T thought "Not with us. you won't" Judith

maybe you expected me to be on my assured him. "Dan, my darling. It's Money Saving Prices ''SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERR;

good behavior" .time for you to go home. Jewfi.1a. 2 IL. 35c INS U RAN C E
Judith said impudently dIdn't He rose reluctantly. "Every time THE KEY WEST
Yellowtail 2 ILl. 35c
Steak 1
"
know you had one. and Dan Raynor I begin to enjoy myself somebody

'turned appealingly to Emily make me go home." He looked at Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad- Yellowtail oa Bone. 2 ILl. 25c Office: 319 DuyaJ Street

"Ton see? And I did want you to Emily. "How about a ride tomorrow Groaper. Z 1M. 25c r
(love me!" ? vertisers closely for special savings on your SUNDAY STAR
Snapper 2 IN. Z5c I
She laughed. DaD was aye" She hesitated. rode today for household necessities. Make your paper pay you TELEPHONE NO 1
Southern and withwalcb the first M.tt_ Fish 2 !La. 25c
definite type. one time In nearly two yeah -
tk dividends. The most interesting news in the -
Sabaiptitm $2 Pn Year
she bad had very little expertence and 1 have a suspicion that I won't >
that lived Bard drank be is the advertising where ean FRESH SHRIMP
today
| : a type equal to it. paper : you
Try You Meala At
S Key West's THEM
Large Select Oysters Only Sunday -
I''bard and loved easily and briefly. "Then well wait a day or two."He save dollars on the family budget by
Til try not to let them prejudiceme. turned. to Judith. "This Is Thursday many Fresh Crab Mt i. a.. cans 15c Paper DJmonico
." have dinner with me Saturday | patronizing those merchants who advertise their FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN Restaurant

1 Dinner was a gay and noisy affair DlgbtWe'd! % goods. SS Business Office Citizen B.dwaii.r Beer ____ Sle
.The conversation was reminiscent love 1C" LOWE FISH COMPANY Building
Sa; Cease. Di.ae.:
jot Carrollton. and dealt with topics "Fine." He took Emily's hands. COMPANY __

that were entirely foreign I to ber'experience. "Til try to bear It until then.U THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST!! PHONE 151 PHONE S 1 ----- SOc. Tae. ... ad..

''the !'mpendlBg. Dove field shoots trials.foxhunts, (Coayr4pkt,1515. by Marian Simt) .OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY- r
I
Aubrey was entering a young dog V:;> J .BODY'S PURSE. AARON McCONNELL
TOMorrow Judith Makes Ma.J I Our Reputation b
la the trials: aa English setter that vet Emily I WrapPRITCHARD
538 Fkmiav Street
% j in JENNIE B DE BOER
-- -- -- ----- -- -- pad .very package
A merchant who advertises his prices 14YJ\: .
..............eeeeeeeeeeToday's ter to Czechoslovakia bora att FUNERAL HOME
p charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a of

(] Birthdays Irvington, N Y., 68? years ago ...|$ advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. i Watch 71r ,

PRINTING air.... SYJDpat tie -
........................ Maj. Gen. Charles A. Saltzman. ( % Why this: big difference? Doctea4

Bishop Henry H Foot of In i U. S. A., retired ex-chairman of : DONE BY US eo..t.e.p

the Federal Radio Commission, NOTARY PUBLIC
I I
di&napolis United Brethren lead
merchants who
born at Panora, Iowa, 64 yean By patronizing the present WATCHMAKER JEWELE1t LICENSED EMBALMER
er. born at May ville, W. Va., 75 -THE--
I .CO. I II their prices frankly and openly each week you AND jNGRAVE1tSee

;years agoJames Shelp to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT Him For Your Next Work ARI1I1tU1 PRESS A.b.la o. s.- ,
Struthers Burt of Wyoming and
KEY WEST.
Tru>Jow Adams of London North Carolina novelist, born in ALL PRICES REDUCED '
I Citizen BlcI LADY ATTEl'tDANT
and New York famed historian Baltimore 53 ;years ago. 5 Hearst 9 to 12-1 Ie Q Citizen Office

born in Brooklyn N. Y., PH 0 N E 51
Make divideiuts.Jl Si""IIIII" Ifftkj
your paper pay you ap.. sat.rJay
57 years ago. Charles E. Denney, presidentof Pkoa. s.ca ;r clear Sleep

[ the Erie R. R, born in Wash- } ,

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NO PROBATION TWO\ OFFICERS IIIII I.4 MOVE TO MAKE MIAMI are powerful Stations, including i PLAN DANCE AT I
MENTION PEOPLE'S FORUM NEW a number in Florida, and there
CENTRAL
PERSONAL SUBSCRIBERSIf STATION
....................... should be no difficulty in receiving -

OFFICER TO BE ........................ \\VP A ARRIVED you do-act receive your REGARDING FEDERAL .1 I I (Continued_from Page One) part storm of the information state. Stations in WIOD every HABANAMADRIDHabanaMadrid

A. F. Ayala, sales manager of I I I paper by 6:15 o'clock in the I important district of southern and WQAM at Miami have microphones -
SELECTED HERE the Key West Electric Company afternoon call telephone 51 Editor. The Citizen: !
PROPOSE TO REMAIN UNTIL Florida including direct advisory installed in the weather' Club is arrang.
left the Cuba last night for a and a paper will 6s sent to I have been informed that it is ,
on [responsibilities' in connection with bureau office at tLat place and ing for another big dance at the
vacation of about two weeks in I SUNDAY STUDYING LOCAL your home. A complaint boy possible for us to secure a loan or'I the weather bureau official makes clubhouse tomorrow night at the
it on duty at this office from i the work of the Red Cross in
GOVERNOR SHOLTZ MAKES Tampa. from the of announcements in person includ-: usual hour.
grant government
PROBLEMS 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the a :evaucation and other activities of'
I
I ing storm information
5500000. If this is let's get Mid warnings Management of the club has arranged
THIS KNOWN IN LETTER r purpose of delivering com- so, I that organization. The weather
Mrs. James Higgs and son left I it, because this Is what can be when appropriate. I for a good program of
plaints. Help as you 100 bureau official at Miami has
give
authority -
on the Cuba last night for Tampa! I ** I dance music for the occasion.:
APPLI with it
RECEIVED THREE done : I wish the
; caliof 51 to to assure you that
service issue
by in
route to Ocala where they will Arriving this morning by plane percent I warnings the I _
FOR4!:JOB: en who left 'Several were two WPA officials here for if you do not receive The Citi- We can build the bridges from area for which Miami is a center weather bureau is alert to the possibilities '
CANTS APPLIED i join Jtr. Higgs
I No Name Key to Matecumbe for of the
improving serv-
i I MONROE THEATER
'the purpose of studying problems sen ;
weeks ago. $2,840,000 complete fresh! ice. I pleaded to have the
I ; a "As a part of the reorganization am
in Key West. They plan to remain Marion Davis-Dick Powell in
rAT..I"1'.I'I.I'.I'.sr 4T. i I I I
I : water system 68 million gallons suggestions of the Dade County
arrangements have been
until Sunday. recently PACE MISS GLORY 1
Governor David Sholtz -wiljnot Carl E. Shultz who.jwas4vijtinjj I 'annual capacity; $1,450.000; rebuild I completed for distributing Democratic Committee and they I If I[
Albs Gertrude C. Huntsman I Comedy and News Reel
make any appointment to his parents at the 'h.me' on 1 statistician with the administration -I SCOTLAND YARD HAS i I the railroad $1,000,000, I observations received from the f will be kept in mind in planning, Matinee Orche
ttle"PO-1 : Balcony, lOcj
I
Whitehead street and other rel'I and have left over $210,000 and j for ,the hurricane service in this
sition of probation r Washington, and John F. ADOPTED NEW METHODLONDON storm area by press association I tr. 15-ZOct Night 15-25e
'' 'list nights ;
atives. left on the Cuba by enforcing the sanitary law and future seasons.n ,
I service to
Monroe county. This information 'I Carpenter in charge of labor re- I In7' I daliy newspapers! in -
for route to '
Tampa en Atlanta have also.
sewerage
Florida. Action has also been
from lations for the State WPA, ( Aeerlatrd Preen) 1 ----- -
are -
letter --
is contained in "for I
a fet
Ga., where he is wire < These figures are the result of
'I ,taken to distribution
I i of
assure
Senator: the visitors and were spending the Oct. 18.-Radio relayof i i i
the to State
governor II the Western Union Telegraph r carefully estimating each project.
I with local from i I more complete information in ad-
Arthur Gomez. I day conferring offi- fingerprints. one country:
Company. If there is in our city,, STEAMSHIP Co.
At meeting of the county J.: cials. to another and the suggestion that I I anyone visory and warning messages.
a
who knows how to get this or any: "From this statement it will be P & 0
foreigner's should i i
weeks passport UNITED STATES FAST
commissioners several ago every
Ed Russell and Osborn Nottage, I other for such projects II
'I
I I money : apparent that the weather bureaunow
'
bear its owner's fingerprints arebeing
]
read applications from three for the Key position Westers were:', carpenters with the P. and O. S. ROBERT LEWIS\ considered ty Scotland Yard I would be glad to show them facts has a very extensive organization MAIL ROUTES FOR
I
S. Company left on the Cuba last and figures which will substantiate'|! in Florida with practically -
W T. II. Boll, Carlyle Roberts following the recent international I MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
night to construct on the ve..seli the above estimates.L. .
and Richard Sawyer. |i I HAS RECOVEREDRobert police[ convention of Copenhagen.If I all the features suggested by Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
i horses to betaken
{ stalls for 16 race work C. ROBERTS, the Dade County Democratic '
When the applications were enough countries out Saturdays 8:30 A. M.
,, to Havana on the return 818 Olivia Street. Committee. This bureau does not
read and the matter discussed it practical details an international I
: Leave and Thursdays
West for
Key Tort Tampa Mondays
was the consensus of the board trip of the Cuba tomorrow. agreement probably will be sub- ;Key West, Florida, own or operate any radio broad- 6:30 P. M.Leave.
the i J. Lewis, candidate for mitted to the social section of the ;Oct. 18, 1935. casting stations but has coopera-
be that sent the to names the of applicants without I I Jack Sulk and Eloise Sulk were the office of captain in the police League of Nations. tive arrangements thereby daily Key West for :Miami Wednesday 10*0 P. ?.

recommendation.governor arrivals on the Cuba from Havana department, wishes to announceto I The present reign of Emperor forecasts and warnings are broadcast -I Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.

R. Porter yesterday for a stay in Key his :supporters; and friends he The Mohammedan year is a Hirohito in Japan is officially designated by voice from about 350 com-
Commissioner Wm. I For further information call Phone 71
,, West. has recovered from an illness lunar one, about 11 days shorter the period of Showa mercial broadcasting stations in
of the I
expressed himself as being J. H. COSTAR Agent.
which kept him at home for sev- than the Christian. I (light and peace). the United States. Many of them I
opinion that there was no necessity ........................ :
eral days and is out today.
for a probation officer, es- -----
pecially at this time describingthe Today's Mr. Lewis says he intends to '
continue his vigorous campaignfor
"sinecureOne .
position as a
of the applicants Mr. Boll Anniversaries the office to which he aspires, INTRODUCED TOMORROW
will Le let in his
and there no up
had said received today that a letter Senator relative Gomez to ....................... efforts to ontact all of the vot-

the matter. The Citizen asked ,'I. 1674-Richard Nash ("Beau ers of Key West from now until

the senator for the information :Nash"), English fashion leader election day.

anent the appointment not being! !I born. Died Feb. 3, 1762. .

made, and it was readily furnished. -!I -
,! 1796-Hosca Ballou 2nd noted DINNER
I Universalist clergyman, first rUNDAY

Mrs. Sam Robinson, 70, won I president of Tufts College Mass.. sN ,

first prize for thlt handsomest I born at Guilford Vt. Died May / '' ; 'Y+:+:.++.,'-..n.v,: v.ri.}is'h:.v.%.li. n.' ,. % .. }< ..4....... .; ....!:... ..... .. ...;.;...........;.. :.:. .r... 4. -i9Y. .: }:ri:.: .; '%;; .. Y"<)wdxy. ;. :,.:o 1./, M .vf..: b
ankles in a contest at Hatfield,' 27, 1861. .,....... 4+:. .....r.C ,v....w s X: m.. ...n.4.. .. .} :{':::C.n wr..2; :;;.- :JR): .Sr. ..y. ... -
'England. I By ANN PAGE .3}: .. r,..;. .. : w.... .,n::!X1n... ...;.: ..:.. .: .::. .. ... : .,.;CL.., rYi: ).;'::: :.C:A.. :

I 1817-Alexander Mitchell, Mil- have been frosts quite gen
THERE the northern half of the.
in
Falconry was known in China waukee financier and congressman country and even below the Mason and

1 some 2.000 D. C., and in Japan at remembered for having savEd Dixon Line. That means fewer fresh.eget.bles : .... .. ,.. R..vX'r.. n-j
: + !:w.x : : '5sFis0YN..wvvAIX.AWwvBwwwVh IW6wN..Yai'i-"rf v
least as early at 600 B. C. j 1{ many Western banks from ruin ilm.rket and higher !,,: Wrrmv.wrrveiF:+m..mvXw..Yv4..nv.Sxi:4.vwvri 'nv fiG i.l :: n'rf'

I I i in panic of 1861 born in Scot prices. Cool, so weather making usually a stronger improve demand ? ..yk.y{ .r..... NV..n,. .,,.<.... af..Li S: .... ...4:
...........0............ : land. Died April 19, 1887. appetites for food products which cre.tebigber r., '..ia.) :..,}r'45..:+ :;:;y r.:;.}.,. ... r.+:)...:r: ... ..r1.4Y5w..
pr.ces.; Cabbage, white and .: ry':nr. i.t r: ... '' ;'....- :. : -
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS sweet potatoes, onions and green peppers
1818-Edward. O. C. Ord, art the least expensive vegctables .
:.vr

noted Union soldier-general of the available.Apples .. ..... .. .. .. '[.... .. ..,.... .. . .. ., ... $ ., : ,.
+ :
are cheap and plentiful; }.4...,. : .r.. ..W..w.1.. .. ... .r..r... ... .. .... : ., y. ::: !+ ):+n: .a wvww. .y ; ; :
Civil War,-born at Cumberland well as at their best at this! Mas: '>n ..vin. .....r.. .:.. ::..v.. 7.Y..r. /r..r.,..:v:s;:..::.n.....: .. .n.. .. .. .. :. :. .. '4; yl v {!n;:::w.n. ::i; ;. ...: .iiC..J. .n:wn-QOr w4:2.:4
Md. Died in Havana, July 22, Grape., grapefruit, pe.rs, melon and, ,
and r < d
1883. oranges are fairly plentiful
CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER crate in price. Small sized oranges are .n. .., :.... .{....r..rr.4y.L; :+.

12, 1935 ,1839 Thomas B. Reed. Main an Meats excellent, fish,value.eggs and butter are all nv tt':v-y}.
........................I high or higher.
lawyer, congressman Speaker of Here are three dinner menus
For Mayor the House born at Portland, planned to fit the low, the. moderateand
DR. H. C. GALEYFor 1 I Maine. Died Dec.: 7, 1902. the liberal budget. !
1 I
Ii Low Cost Dinner

Mayor i i 1840-August II. Edgren noted Lamb Fricassee with Dumplings + .e'
WM. H. MALONEFor I professor of romance languagesat Boiled Potatoes r- : '
the University of Nebraska, Diced Buttered! Turnips
Reelection I Bread and Butter ;
born in Sweden. Died Dec. 9. Butterscotch Apples :t
1903. Tern or Coffee Milk :
For CouncilmanDR. I
Medium Cost Dinner I
ARMANDO COBO I! 1844-Harvey Wiley, U. S. Department I 1-
Pot Roast of Beef Mashed Potato j
of 'Agriculture's chiet Onions Stewed Tomatoes I
For Councilman chemist pure food advocate, pioneer Bread and Butter )J 4i

CLIFFORD G. HICKS in the field of food chemistry Tea Orange or Coffee Tapioca Cream Milk j!

born at Kent, Ind. Died in 4f
For Councilman Washington, Dj C., June 30, 1930: Very Special Dinner ) TI'ff ITfI ''fll,0 '

_MARCOS A. MESA, SR. I Oxtail Soup
Roast Stuffed Chicken Giblet Gravy
A new product similat to Potatoes
l Browned Sweet
For CouncilmanJIM celluloid, but made from wood Brussels Sprouts Cranberry Sauce

ROBERTSFor pulp has been developed in Nor-I Lettuce, Endive Rolls and and Watercress Butter Salad

way. I II I Maple Nut Ice Cream Cake f i .r1j
Police JusticeT. Coffee

There are nearly 1,100 collegesand f
S. CARO
of salts are re-

universities in the United Injections gold
States. storing the natural color of a I

For Chief of Police Negro; whose skin has turned I 'r>>:-:'-:,'"

MYRTLAND CATES I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT white in spots. | )

I _D-
For Captain of Police checksMALARIA )
WAVES

ALBERTO CAMEROFor Two Permanents QfT f\f\\ 6 6 6

.
Captain of Police I in 3 day
ROBERT J. LEWIS Better Waves, $5.00: and upI 1 1I
I MRS. MILLER | COLDS
i
"Bobby" Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J 1!ii is Tablets
first day.
I Salve Now Dr.,.


X i MENDELL'SExclusive I PALACEGeorge TONIC aaa LAXATIVE THEN' E W FORD V-8 B FOR 1 1936Why 9 3



FLORIDA Men's Shop I O'Brien in ]

MILLIONAIRE
[THE COWBOY
.sTI. MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUITS I Comedy and Serial do we say The New Ford V8 and grace that are instantly impres; gears-The gear shift lever now indeed. A long engine use up cox
I 16 oz. Oswege Serge single I
WASHINGTON. GEORGE .?, and double "17 ff\ I Matinee: 5-IOc; Night: 10-15c for 1936 [ sive. The fenders are larger with travels a shorter distance. space. The compact V-8 engine permits *

3m.',,.. .,. a breasted I -I What is new about it? a wide flare. Horns are concealed The two qualities you want in much of the ordinary enginespace

.. MEN'S FELT HATS ......._.. ..
rw w. tied.1 1'i' .U.e. Least .te'
..s..a .....r I Of course. the newest engine in behind circular grilles beneath the brakes Brakes that stop the car to be used by passengers.

-e.-'e.a., Gf""+."wa. ,rGAi 81.95 AND S2.95 I THE SEMINOLEJarkseoillle.- I II II Icsilpc the low-price car field is still the V-8 headlamps. New steel wheels. with ease. and certainty. Ford Super- It really is a great car in every way

SATES .St50.d q 1J, MALLORY HATS every hat I engine. Since Ford made it availableto Ford upholstery-always of ster- Safety Brakes of the long-tested this 1936 Ford V-8-the finest safest.

ii.a' MAYFLOWER. JUaranteed- I II II It all car users (keeping it as economical ling quality and excellent taste-is fool-proof mechanical design. most dependable Ford car ever built.
$$4.00 $$5.00 & $$6.00 I
P P fes..Sl.00 Re... as.. s as carswith fewer cylinders) rich and enduring.The appointmentsof Safety-a* always-in the electrically On display tomorrow by Ford dealers
.. SWEATERS: brand new shiiv # l
.n i, ..F..11.ai........e....,:.c.... I ment; Cossack styles zipper eta=: Rai,;?' the Ford V-8 has been the newest the car have a new touch of! refinement welded genuine steel body.

m ...a-re ... I front; guaranteed QO QJT I 'vir=aiEia ? engine on the market and remainsthe There is no question about Safety Glass all around at no extra LOW FORD V-8 PRICES
3O. 7D
allvool ..._ .
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RATES .SSAO..d. I I NUNN BUSH I newest for 1936. the increased beauty of the Ford V-8 cost. Hundreds have written grate- THIRTEEN BODY TYPES-Co.p (5

FLA0LIR serZ'us I FALL SHOES X6.75 t You may buy a car on minor"""talk- for 1936. ful letters because'this glass has pro window), $510. Tudor Sedan, $520.
+ Floridatilts.
R..Jal. + EDGETON FALL Or flft II. 4Rl\ER. MMager ing points"some specially advertised In more practical matters tected the,safety of their families. Fordor Sedan $580. DE LUXE-
I HOES .. .. __ J' J.UUMEN'S A human, huro..-tlke Institution Roadster (with ramble teat), $560.
t..d.e o we.w where will find year ladlvld.al feature"with the car thrown in" many improvements have been A can drive without
V-.w+L i PANTS, a new selection ....r...TOO. sad earriai..e.t a matter car you Coupe (3 window), $570. Coap (5

GAIAGE 4..d of great importance. -but, after alL it is the engine you made-Steering is made easier by a strain all day if you like. in city or window), $555. Phaeton, $590. Tudor

RATES.$1.00.1 y Cabriolet with __hi.
Sedan $565. (
82.95'AXD 83.95 ---o- buy when you buy a car. Hence we new steering gear ratio. The cooling country. Steady. holds the road. responds -,
K A steel fireproof .U.laJr Leafed eat). $625. Fordor Sedan, $625.
MON1TO SOCKS, Q1 AA Ia the hrart .f the dig put the engine first. system circulates 5Vz gallons of to the drivers touch like a Tudor Tearing Sedan (with bailt-ia

2 paIrs* ..n'"- .n__ Ol.UU -o-- trunk), $590. Fordor Taarinf Sedan
Every Room with Combination Tub Other new point about the car water through a new.larger radiator. well-tramed horse. You don't haveto
>airs Sl.OO (with bailt-in trunk), $650. Convertible
{ and Shower Path Radio Electric
Ceiling Fan Slat Poor for Summer make a long list. Natural thermo-syphon action is "push" or "fight" the Ford V.8- Sedan, $760.
"a AND SUSPENDERS Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with j
s 1f,14 PIONEER BELTS -
t >_ luatluuatgtrs t, Mattresses and of Inner Individual Spring Read-Construction Its lines are much more beautiful. assisted by two centrifugal water driver and car easily get on terms of r.0.L Ii snail. Stated aa.auey -p. inchwfiag .

_- 50c & ing Lamps. The hood is longer and sweeps for- pumps. New louvres permit a rapid good understanding with each other boapsn owl .p.. ... extra. A3 Fet*
7Sc
$1.00
RATES V-i bear tTP. ben *>< GfaM Ore.9...trt
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I ward over the distinctive new radiator air-flow around the engine An engine has much to do with
Tin GEORGE WASHINGTON I CHENEY !Slag'.ei' < a..SSSeasl eat Ceun.imt..em..t<.(
51.00
tOO I...> .ltk, I.II..4 S...... .! CRAVATS ,nn __ __ TO"a R ite.e_.a.. Private Private Bath talk --- .:3e.1a ::.wl I grille. giving the car a length Easier. quieter shifting of Ford the roominess of a car. Very much *scm* uuo9B C... U.iv mel Creott C*.pan|..

_0.1M e.d_y.s 1.d.d..d.ny..4e._".4_C..IOOL c- HEN'S TIES, special attrac- Private hash == 3ia: ,,

RATES SL00.d m GARAGEk.I --. Ii tion. Come and see 25c 24. Rasa Private.... Bath __ .33.1'
Sample R. Private Bath .M l
]: .YIi"6Trn: .. .?..sroC1 e.,.J I them, they're good -". *LIGHT 1NCRKA: OCCCPAHCT FOR OOCBLB'':SON DISPLAY TOMORROW AT SHOWROOMS OF FORD -DEALERSPXGE






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