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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: November 14, 1935
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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VOLUME LVI. No 271. KEY WEST FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER) : 14, 1935. PRIeR TTTVR r.F.N"Nt.
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County Board Appreciative Of 1 I: SLOT MACHINES ''CAPTAIN ALBURY ANn ENGINEER f Porter Expects Early Approval Of


ARE NOW LEGAL OFFICER OF FERRY BOAT RELATE



Courtesies Shown Delegation IN THIS STATE STORY OF _RESCUE MADE IN 1923 Application On Loan For Bridges


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Cuba PASS- ,la a': recent issue of the Tampa printer of 1923-that was the year --
Which Visited MEASURE AS FINALLY 'f
1
Recently
Tribune la the-"Along the Water the seaplane fleet was -operating. MANY OF WINTER ROTES OSBERVE Under Guidance Of Engineers

ED WAS COMPROMISE I her steam was up and she lay idle
.. Front""coUran written by Russell but VISITORS ARRANGE I Proposition Now
AGREEMENT BETWEEN impatient as they closed the UNIVERSITY OF

Resolutions Of Thanks WOULD King,;appeared an article dealiif hatches and threw off her lines.
REQUIRE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 1 Before Investigating Divisions .
with 'the rescue of some of the Then she rteamed down the channel TO RETURN HERE FLORIDA \WEEKCURRY

Adopted During Regular three hours late.
NEW PLANS FOR
(OF A......... Pr,..) pattenfer on a plane that was .It was 2 p. m. The ship should

Meeting ConductedLast TALLAHASSEE: Fla., Nov. 14. wrecked in, thing from Key Westto have sailed at 11, but some of thecargo NUMBER OF THOSE SPENDING HARRIS IN CHARGE
BRIDGEPROJECT was late in arriving.:

-Slot machines-some call them I Havana in the 1923., The' "Still far behind schedule, the I TIME HEll: LAST YEAR OF PROGRAM, LED CLUB IN By. PAUL MAYWASHINGTON
Night bandits"-now are' year (Special "...1_... Crrespdat.f
"one-armed 1 I Flagler waVabout 25 miles out of The C"-n,
PROPOSE TO RETURN EAR.
legal in Florida after a storm; rescue in question was made by: Havana when the Havana-bound SINGING ONE OF SCHOOL D.
VETERANS C.,
WORK DONE BY
course through the legislatureand : seaplane was sighted astern, fly-I LIER THIS SEASON SONGS"
Resolution of appreciation for MUST BE DISCARDED IN the courts that started last I Captain Albury, commanding the ing fast over a choppy sea. Nov. 14.-With J. E. Cot

courtesies extended by Cuban or 1 I ferry boat Henry M. Flagler, and "As the plane drew closer, the I ton, Florida State PWA engineer
EVENT GOVERNMENT DE- ApriL crew of the steamer noticed its
i
Most of the
ganizations, official and businessmen The bitter fight made againstthe his officer and crew. muffled roar was unsteady, and I winter visitors to The weekly luncheon: meeting)| and B. :M. Duncan,
I
CIDES TO ,CONTINUE WORK I Key West this those
season are
to the Key West and Monroe machines in the courts was no Captain Albury who i is familiarly the pilot did not give his custom- program of the Key West Rotary consulting engineer for the
who here last and
I were
greater than the struggles in the ary exchange of friendly signals. | year Club today featured the Univer-

county delegation on their visit which passed the 1 known a* "Shipper," It now "An instant later, the plane | found conditions so pleasing and sity of Florida Week. Curry Harris Stattfriighway department
(Frank) A. Kennedy in Miami legislature, suddenly lost altitude then glided i healthful, they decided to come
to Havana week guiding its
two ago were I alumnus! of the University, progress, the
en
Daily News) legalizing law and then watchedit making his home in Tampa, bar to the surface of the water in agar..
adopted the board of In the event the government i was in charge of the and I'-overseas bridge applicationhas
by county go to the statute books without from a forced landing. The sea was Not only come again but as program
retired several
ing
commissioner at their regular undertakes to complete the Over- the signature of Governor Sholtz,] years ago rcugh, and the plane was thrown i they paid their :first visit during led the Club in singing one"of the started back over th%

,seas highway bridges to Key West who neither signed nor vetoed it. service with the P. & O. Steam on its nose, its tail pointing sky i January of this year have decid- UR,versity's songs, the Orange and road it has
last already traveled
meeting night. ed
ward. to earlier this
come: season
the work, performed by the vet- the tax slot Blue. Dr. Herbert S. Wolfe, Director -
of on
Supporters ship Company.The
'Engines full a..otern-lower; | and will be here during this
through the PWA
Chairman
Attending Carl investigating
were erans must be discarded. machines and vending devices of the Subtropical Experi-
es-I article is reproduced here- the boats! Captain Albury order- me th.
Bervaldi Commissioner Braxton ,According to a confidential report timated the state would reap $ with: bd. Before the boats were out, j All of those of whom articles ment Station at Homestead, madea divisions, it was learned

B. Warren and Nathan Nile of army engineers, cost of 000,000 to 11,500,000, but they I "Captain Albury Tampa skip- people could be seen clinging to I have been written in The Citizen very interesting address on the today.

,the structure would be prohibitiveif succeeded in passing the legaliz of the seagoing ferry HenryM. the wreckage of the plane, or hive completed arrangements and work of the Extension Depart*
Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, Attorney ing bill only by reviving it after per I William R. Porter, undismayed
the floating in the water trying to |upon arrival will find their apart
looked aft from
carried to completion upon the FlagJer, ment of the Agricultural School of
William V. Albury Tax Collector it once was killed. bridge when he heard a familiar grab hold for safety. I ments or homes provisioned, elec- by this apparent setback
scale laid out FERA officials. the As the
by University. indicating
The slot machine bill as finally] buzz. lIe knew without "The plane was a mass of tric connections made gas stoveor
Frank H. Ladd Tax Assessor J. The report, so 'tis said, passed was a compromise agreement looking droning that it was the Havana to wreckage. The motors had torn electric stove, as the case maybe value of this feature to the agricultural still declared he ex

Otto Kirchheiner, Chief DeputyBernard mends an expenditure of recom-j between legislative commit-1 I Key West seaplane that overtook loose in the impact, and had sunk.I i functioning and everything in interests of Florid, he pected approval of the application

than $5,800,000. The army engineers -I tees on a series of them daily. But it was always in-' "The life boat of the Flagler | readiness asthough they were returning pointed out that since the incep-
Waite Citizen Paul introduced individual leg five all that tion of the work 47 would be securedby
now specify timber-and- ures by I teresting to watch the big sea'. picked up persons from a brief vacation years ago ap-
Boysen and Fernando Cato. the islators. It finally went through bird as it passed quickly over-. could be found clinging; to the |i to their own homes. proximately $6,000,000 have been the end of the present
steel structures instead of injunction proceedings in circuit head. wreckage. They cot the survivors; -I This condition, said a recent spent by the State, while the an-

Depository accounts for the massive masonry piers and arches and supreme court, and emerged "The plane drew near as the aboard with difficulty but withno comer to the city: is what makes nual benefits have1 been somethinglike week.

month of October were read, the veterans were raising priorto with the stamp of "constitutionaland crew gathered on deck and some further mishap.His their visits so delightful, and with $25,000,000. The tamarind Porter, reported at his

checked and approved. the Labor day storm. valid." Licensing of the ma- of the men came up from below.P. the delightful climate, congenial was named for its :splendid resistance -I hotel last week having

Error and insolvency list for chines started this week by Comp- B. Schaker, Tampan and first: Most Tragic i people and heathfyl atmosphere, to wind. Dr. Wolfe bad. as

1933 was discussed at length. The Congressman Wilcox's apparent -'troller J. M. Lee and county tax assistant engineer, stuck his head' Sea Rescue "what more ccjld visitors from never seen one uprooted by the) left Washington to return l&
1 collectors. The law provides for of the companionway just in "Three the the chilly north desire wind. It is said to be superior toj I
list carried persnoal taxes sucess in steering the Key out passengers, pilot : ) KeyV t, actually went
West bridges towards final approval about 16,000, at a fee of $60 an- time to see the passengers lean and co-pilot of the plane were I Among the returning visitors I the mahogany in this respect The I
amounting to $1,273.67 and real each Mr. and Mrs. tamarind it will be noted at only to New York and has
was achieved by force of nually for machine. from the windows of the whizzing; rescued. But a check-up revealed this month will be are ,

taxes in the sum of $1,051.77 blunt hard-boiled arguments.The plane waving handkerchiefs and there had ,been seven passengers. I Frank Igo, of Tyrone, Penn., who home on this island. |. been back in Washington for
making a total of $2,325.44. It Fourth Florida member PORT shouting happily but inaudibly. Four had been lost-drowned or will arrive on November 20 and I (Visitors at the meeting included

was approved by the board. rarely waxes imperious, choosingto STEWARD "The seamen waved back and killed in the crash. Three of those I will occupy one of the Gardner Dr. Herbert S. Wolfe Mrs. several days, working in behalf .

Mr. Gato addressed the boardsetting gain his points by means of shouted at them. There was always -i were a father and two children. I cottages cn Daval street. Wolfe Mrs. John C. Gekeler, and![ of the bridge application -
forth that E. R. Wende-l! persuasive logic.In GOES TO MIAMITWO a friendly greeting betweenthe I The mother was one of the five Mrs.\ M. R. Stern and two I Wm. N. Beehler of Baltimore,;

hake, traveling representative of I I the case of the Overseas: two. The sea is a big and I ,rescued. I children: of Washington D. C_ I Md. Leo Hughes, manager of the(| it was learned.
the Panamanian newspaper El' will arrive December 1. They will Over-Sea Hotel, was back in his
bridges, the congressman pre- lonely place. "The survivors were given dry I I Messrs. Cotton and Duncan, by
Panama America, was interestedin j, sented these alternatives to ad- OTHER EMPLOYES FROMP. "First Assistant Schaker was I clothing and made as comfortablea I be in apartments on Duval street place in the Club after an absence -'i coming to Washington have obviated -
securing information for proposed ministration leaders: puzzled at the thought that ran\ a possible.. and remain for the season. of several months. I

articles,and asked that the} 1. Make the loan to build the .'& O. OFFICE U AVE through his head as he climbed j i "The pilot said they had left! Mr. and- Airs\ Phillip Given, of i Attention was called to the iI |l much delay which might

board furnish Mr. Wendehake bridges. back to the hot engine room. j Key West on time with seven paw New Jersey will be here within I Will Rogers' :Memorial Commis-i otherwise be caused by necessity

data to be used in compiling a 2. Evacuate Key West or LAST EVENING ** 'They're always glad to see us!I senders the co-pilot. and several the next two weeks. and be domiciled -I sion, and its request for funds.;,. for sending letters aad telegrams

series of articles on Key West and 3. Let the inhabitants starve. .some day they're going to",b bags of mail. All was well until in the SkeUon! cottage on The Red Cross drive:,f
the necessity of restoring the destroyed It is plain which alternative the I really glad we're here. .somd! flay about the time the Petronia :street; ships was also brougii to the attention -'' and I Florida, Mf. Ftttar point-
portions of the Florida government must choose. John Key, port steward of the I we're going to play an important I righted.when$ : one of the motors t! ---- of the Clutj.;' A letter' < '
East Coast PJ and O. S. S. and two' when from Odes read '!i, cd. out. : :
Railway. company part in the destiny of one of those began to miss. It stopped CUBA ARRIVES IN I Pogue ;was reporting '
Copy of a letter sent to Sen I other employes in this division of pea planes. .why does that thought they ran abreast of the steamer, I a considerable improvement -!!i how the bridge 'I loan applica-

ator Burton Wheeler, chairman PRISONER TAKEN the P. and O. S. S. company; keep running through my mind.' and crashed. t in his health. The Miami'',;, tion got back to the front door of

of the senate committee on inter-I Ralph Boyden and Rizpah Russell "That was the most' tragic sea PORTFROMTAMPASTEAMER I Club acknowledged the messageof the PWA after it bad gone out
state commerce, presented to OFF LAST NIGHTJUAN left last night on the Floridafor Late Sailing Prove rescue I ever took part in,* said sympathy sent them last week.
the the be
at end of line to sub-
board by Mr. Gato was read by I Miami. To B. A Blessing First Assistant Schaker.. who related President Russell read a communication -i I i
Clerk Sawyer. The letter was Not only are these employes "The Flagler lay at her pier at this experience. The rescue from the P.-T. A. relative -:!: mitted to the President at Hyde
FLORIDA SAILED
signed by the Citizen's Committeeof i moving to Miami, but all of the I Key West one afternoon in the was directed by Captain Albury." to the importance of the i{!I Park, is a matter PWA officials

Key West and sets forth that DEL PINO LEFT ON stores- including the shelves on LAST NIGHT ENROUTETO public schools. j[l refuse to discuss. Mr. Porter

the economic life of this city depends which most of them were stored

greatly on the rebuilding of i STEAMER FLORIDA IN went to Miami to be placed in the RUTH BRYAN OWENJWRITESTOFRIENDS\ ] NO PERMITS BUT I MIAMI PLAN INCREASE Ito I I could: understand only say the he had approvals been given with

the Florida East Coast Rail- CUSTODY OF SHERIFFIn new store room which has been I I which the application was sent to


way.Senator Wheeler's secretary re established Also (leaving at Miami.were C. E. Yates, \ |I WORK BEING DONE! Steamship Cuba, of the P. and SEWERAGE FORCE!i> tice"the President, and that were the President"only tenta-had

head of the Ed. O. S. S. arrived from
plied. The letter of the secretarywas custody Sheriff K. O. carpenter: shop; company received the application for study
Russell and Osborn Nottage, em- Tampa this morning with four
to the effect that the senator
will !
Thompson, who accompanyhim I and not for final action.
ployes in the shop, and'Edward L. first class passengers for Key
would do whatever was necessaryin far Miami, Juan del SAYS
as as MINISTER TO DENMARK NOW BUILDING INSPECTOR Approval by the Stat. PWA
the Moss, painter of the company. West, 24 first class for Havana The number of men now work
premises. Pino started last night on the headquarters of the original
Lathes, planing machines and APPLICATIONS MADEIN The vessel also brought 11 tons ing on the sewerage project will ap-
Jt copy of Senate Resolution 71 Steamship Florida, his trip to GUESTS OF ROOSE- NO I ,plication by the Overseas Road
other" equipment in the carpenter of freight and 68 sacks of mail be increased by 250 tomorrow. .
adopted February 4, 1935, was state penitentiary at Raiford and Toll Bridge Commission for
shop were aso taken to be at VELTS PAST TWO WEEKS for Key West; three tons of Authorization for this additional! ,
presented by :Mr. Gato. This bill where he will begin serving a sentence art.$S,oooOOO loan and grant, con
'investigation once installed in the shop which t freight and 100 sacks-of mail for number! was received from Jacksonville j
provides for authorizing an of 40 -
years will be used in future. S Havana late this afternoon by Administrator ;$3.-o0,000 I
interstate railroadsand
of 'In August, 1934, del Pino was
[
"No, we have not issued a Steamship Florida sailed 10 M. E. Gilfond. {
Ruth American t
Bryan Owen, ; '
affiliates, with respect to financing charged with killing Peter Fer- approved in
application Washington -
I o'clock last for Miami Mr. Gifond said that the ,
night on men.
reorganizations and other nandez. Tried in October he was I minister to Denmark, writes from i ii '
GIRL BORN IN building permit during the past was announced by the PWA,
; what is scheduled to be the last who are to go to work tomorrow.
relative matters. The request for found guilty and on October 6 i the White House in Washington [through routing channels' late
of'the between these : will find their names posted
trip season oar;
interstate commerce activities by sentenced to 40 I II two weeks, Building Inspector I '
years. last
was ; week.
DE Win FAMILY I where she is visiting Presidentand I two ports. There was a large i the bulletin boards at the garage i
Key West in' the matter of the F. The ease was carried to the su- I i Mr. Porter said that though
Mrs. Roosevelt, to friends in Harry Baker told The Citizen today crowd: of relatives and friends of I this evening, which is at Simonton '
E. C. be guided by which in October ,
R'y., can provisions preme court this application has been aban-
set forth in the bill, it was upheld the decision of the circuit I Key West, thanking all who in i I the Three ship's ships personnel of the to Clyde-Mal-bid adieu. I and Greene streets. I' doned in favor of the revised application -

raid. court. No other steps being tak-I I Bernard De Witt, of the WPA any way contributed to the enjoyment -I lory. Lines due to arrive in i which seeks only $6,-
j "But, he continued, "it is not are MEMBER
The entire matter was referredto en del Pino will begin serving the publicity department in Key West, of her four days visit in:I" port within the next few days. CHOSEN i 000,000, all as a loan, there is a
Chairman Bervaldi for his attention sentence. is a father today. Advices from because there are no building activities I possibility the two applicationswill
Key West last week. Ozark, from Jacksonville and Miami -
r I Mrs De Witt who is in St.. Vin- 1 but because these activities [ be considered together. He
It has been a great pleasure ,t to Key West and New Orleans OF MODEL.CAMP j
AMPARO CORDERO cent's: hospital in Jacksonville, I have not been reported to is due tomorrow. ;;; said he could not comment on

APPRECIATION announce: the arrival of a girl Mrs. Owen writes, to talk to this office and permits asked II III Brazos, Galveston to Key West. | the possibility that the two applications -
weighing six pounds eight and a President Roosevelt the : I might be the
Gratification and appreciation NIGHT on neces-I for." Miami and New York, is due tomorrow I merged or
DIED LAST half ounces. sity of the Overseas Bridges and Sirs Katie Logan of 609 Ashe ;j newer application sabatftuted for
those Baker evening:, and Alamo, from
exprses my attitude toward Mr. who is chief of the I
Mrs. DeWitt ana daughter are street, is proud and justly so, cay the former. It is known how-
New I
who voted for me in the city election to Mrs. Roosevelt whom she is fire department, as well as build- I York to Key West and Tampa her friends of the record established I
reported as doing nicely. j ever, that the PWA divisions at
Tuesday. I am so elated trying to interest in a visit to I'| knew is due Sunday morning. by her Will Burgos,!'l the
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE I I jag inspector, said he of Fruiter Granada, of the Stand- son Washington have right to
over the I success also extending of my candidacythat thanks: CARD OF THANKS Key West that the first lady may several cases where work was going r ard Fruit and Steamship Company member of one of the Civilian j JI make anT changes they lee fit in
am CONDUCTED THIS AFT- view at close the rehabilitation Conservation Corps camps in Cal. <: approved application received
range -
to those ho did not give me their I on for which no permits'weregranted I is due from Philadelphia
is of
Nothing productive greater I ifornia. |'from State offices and in view'
vote. In appreciation of the confidence ERNOON satisfaction than for a dweller program in progress. He Is giving the offenders -j tomorrow en route to Frontera,, Ja_ component: part of the iI i ; '

imposed by the people of in a community to realize he has i She also: said she had the time to secure permits before 1 I Mexico. I San Diego exposition a model j certainty

Key West, I will endeavor to show the confidence of his fellow pleasure of meeting and conferring he takes the-necessary steps to I, camp': was established! on the!i application is the one which is
.
by my actions as councilman their Amraro Cordero, 35, died 5:45 townsmen, and the vote given me,I with Julius F. Stone, jr., force them to compy with the j lONE MARRIAGE I I grounds and selections were(getting favorable consideration, it

trust has not been misplaced.Sincerely. o'clock last night in a local hospital which places me third in the list whom she admires very much as law, he said. 1 started. Of the 5,600 boys in the I iI is believed the approval by the

Funeral services are to be of su cessful candidates: for councilman camps, 50 were selected and Will i State PWA office of the older
:MARCOS A. MESA, SR. held 5 o'clock this afternoon from is an expression of ap-! she feels he is an ardent and sin- NOTICEState'and I I LICENSE ISSUED J:I Burgos was one of them. j 1a 1i I Ii application "Wfil help rather than

609 South street Rev. A. L. Mau- preciation and esteem, of which cere friend of Key West and is ,[ I hinder progress of the new one

reau. of St. Mary's Star of the any citizen may feel proud. To doing all in his power to further county 1935'tax rolls I "'- t tI i i __ Encouragement; for proponent
FRI.-SAT. SPECIAL Sea church I those who voted for I extend the interests of the city. now Discounts win' be
officiating. me I open. I Only one marriage: licensewas + I II of the bridges; was forthcoming!:
CHERRY LAYER AND! HONEY Lopez; Funeral Home will be in sincere thanks. To the citizens ingeneral 'I Mrs Owen and Mr. Stone hada allowed as follows: November 4 I issued this week from the office:: $ea rams also from Senator Trammel of-

,NOUGAT CAKE, QK/ 1 charge of arrangements. I I pledge an administration conference with Mayor Fiorella per cent; December, 3 per cent;I|: of Judge Hugh Gunn, according I t fice, where it was said information -

special) *) ) 'j The deceased is survived by of the office which will reward I i LaGuardia of New York City regarding January, 2 per cent; February, LJ I to the records in the office. ana'/e GINSlY 1 has been received! which

one brother, Luis Caraballo and I their confidence.: the proposed hospital for per cent.. Rolls close April 1, This issue was made to William WHISKIES AND would indicate final approval can .
l
MALONEY & PEACOCK I I two sisters, Angela and Celina l DR. ARMANDO COBO. 1 I children in Key West, which is 1936. F. H. LADD, l Carlin White and Rose Mary I I probably be expected within the

1 Caraballo. novl4-lt I I Mr. Stone's cherished: hope. novl4-lt Tax Collector. BetheL coming: k.

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GREETINGS !CEY4VESTm- ./
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Daily Except: SuE: THK CITIZEN. PtBLISHIJlG CO. INC. DAYS GONE BY I
... P. ARTH4. ........J.et the wisdom of the who "- .., Anniversaries
JOB ALLKV. A..i.ta.t B. ..._ H.....* By men or- Happenings Here Jail JO Year f '-' Te.p$ratare(* sure areas over eastern and midwestern -f fI .......................
ganized this Nation it has been providedthat i Ago A. Take From .y I t
Today ,
From The Cltiien Building The ,Highest .. ..._ .............._.......82 Canada, Father Ppint, 1797-Sir Charles Lyell. dip I
Greene and File. Of \
Corner Ana Street Th..Citiae.
at'stated intervals \- "
states counties :
I Lowest __.....1..I.-. _....,70, Quebec 30.38 inches, and Prince tinguished British geologist, bor Ii.
Only.. .. Dally Newspaper ID Key West and Monro.Count and cities should meet and, by their bal- T/ONgU/ I Mean __h..............._......_.._....76 Died Feb. 22, 1875.1803Jacob .
-. lots, designate those to whom they desire Key West' newest and most .vE S T. Normal Mean _...._,....,. ... .? Albert, Saskatchewan 30.84 inch-
i
modern hotel i is nearing comple- .OF'1 (es. Rain has occurred during the
Sntered i at Key: West. Florl aa ae.9nd..c1. matter : i Rainfall
to entrust the of affairs
guidance public tion. The La Concha one of the iast 24 hours in the Atlantic Abbott, Boston
FIFT1-SIXTH TEAR for their several allotted terms. finest hostelries in the South will Yesterday's Precipitation .OS Ins.' Congregational clergyman, author

Meather ., t.. AaMelateA ....... Citizenship that elector be.opened to the public, December Normal. Precipitation... .07 Ins.. States southward over North of more than 260 popular hildren's -
implies every Tata Carolina and in extreme southern
24-hoar perlo
rwororvrn books born at Hallowell
16.
the .Associated Presa la exclusively: entitled to us.fop Contractors announce comple- mil_ ,
4 ft 0. MM kthta
mmrmlmfTomorrow
rtriJt": ;) of all newa disr _tchea: credited tot shall perform this duty. tion by December 1. Every modern Florida, being heavy in portions! of Maine. Died Oct. 31. 1879.
ir not otherwise creased! in this paper and also : *,Almanac
lb. local news published here. Citizenship. implies, no less, that the invention for the. hotel built to : Sun rises ..._..___...._. 6:44: a- m.!i New York and New England and

decision of the electors having been duly meet the demands of a discriminating : Sunsets ..-................ 5:39 pi m. i there has been light snow! or rain 1832--John McCoBovgB, noted

EDITORIAL' recorded that such decision shall be public has been placed for the Moon rises ......._.......10:31 p. m. 'in Minnesota. Temperatures have I Americas dramatic actor born in
1tNATIONAl nON ; accepted -: comfort of patrons and the dif i Moop. sets _.-..+-_.. 1122; a. .m. fallen Atfantic Ireland. Died in Philadelphia,
in with
: the States
; ,
1935 loyally. finally and with a full determination ferent departments are completeto I Tomorrows. .T'rdes. I : Nov. 8, 1885.
I the minutest detail. The ground I { readnvrs 8 to 14 degrees lower in I I
aSBct'RIPTION IU.TJj:5I.me : to give to the elected officers: I A.M.\ P.M.
Tear __. _..._.......-_-.-...- UO.IG floor of the hotel is a series of High _.........,.....1220 1:37 I the Florida; peninsula and abnonn-'
_- t:: hearty cooperation and support as they stores. Two of these will be oc: :Low .,_ ._......_._ 7:25 6:17Barometer ply cold weather prevails in many 1883-Henry day Baraabee.
line Month ..I take up the burdens of responsibility imposed cupied by the State Bank and I S.a. in. today I light opera comedian: barn at
western districts with.
__ .20 temperatures Portsmouth N. H. Died in Boston -
Weekly Trust and others have
upon them by the registered will of company i Sea"level29.95..
been business well below zero this morn- Dec. 16, 1917.1833William .
ADVERTISING RAaiS their fellow-citizens. rented to men, of
Made known on application. Key'West and other cities, who I WEATHEk FORECAST ing in Saskatchewan and portion!

SPECIAL NOTICE The extent to which the citizens of have decided on locating in this of Manitoba, and two degrees be- Trost Richards

Aft'reading notices, cards of th-afca. resolatlens ofreapert any body politic measures up to this stand- business neighborhood.IL I (Till 8 p. m.. Friday) low zero at Wdliston. N. D. painter of landscapes and the
obituary notices, etc. w ;A be charged for at '
,- Key West and Vicinity: Partly sea, born. in Philadelphia. Died
(! & KRNl4FilYrOfficer :
the rale of 10 cents a llnv. ard of citizenship, is the measure of those I .
XoUoea for entertainments by cinrches from which W. Collins, station accountant cloudy tonight and Friday; not iu Charge at Newport, R. I.. Nov. 8, 1905.
la to be derived areS cents a line. citizens for fitness for selfgovernment.We .
l revenue much change in temperature
I of the Florida East Coast Rail- ; gen-
The Titiirn Is an open forum and local Invites general discussion have held our biennial election .. I ........................
of public Issues and subjects of or way at this city, is quoted a 1840-Claude Monet, famous

cations.Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi and the voice of the people has proclaimedtheir stating that a schooner laden with .. 1 today's Horoscope: French artist born. Died Dee. 5,
1,000,000 feet of lumber will 3k 1926.
choice. Loyalty to Key West must ..
bring the cargo to Key West when e..e..a..e. ....1.1Today's

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST consist in part of unbiased and impartial the vessel will be discharged.From native will probably I 1861-Frederick-J. Turner.

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN support of these chosen officers as they go this port the lumber will be v achieve success. But there are,University! .of Wisconsin and Har

about the work for which we have chosen distributed to consignees along trials before you and you may!I vard'snoted American historian,
the coast. He said that approximately suffer! some privation before
you
.
them. bDrp ,at:Portage, W| Died, at
40 carloads of the lumber XUiTftIo reach: the goal. The mind is a March
Cal 14 1932-
1. Water and Sewerage. Pasadena,. l. ,
The Citizen congratulates the suc- will be sent to Fort Lauderdale.Jose ( little too sensitive and perhapstoo
2. Bridges to complete oad to Main candidates the confidence J (... critical. There is danger of
cessful' upon reposed -
influences Asbestos is ibered>atone.
4S. Partly adverse from relatives.
.Cloudy
land. upon them by their fellow-citizens; Gigery is the proprietor ofa BBS:it'"

Free r rt. r '. and assures them of its whole.hearted Support new cafe and restaurant which MoFf4W tie. to moderate northerly winds. Spun glass is the invention of I Subscribe to ,The Citizen-20c
has opened at the corner of Fitzpatrick -' They say talk is cheap. Maybeit Florida: Generally fair tonight; the Venetians. I weekly
4. Hotels and Aran"1J tnts. in the performance of their several and Front streets. The and not in
is-anywhere except behind ? Friday; much change .. ... .. .
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cafe has been remodeled and re- the steering wheel of temperature.
5. Bathing Pavilion. duties.To an automobile
novated. Sea food will be a' Jacksonville te Florida Straits r
candidates who
6. Airports-Land and Seal.) those were not specialty_ the new cafe known I The Conversationalist and East Gulf: Moderate northerly ., ,
who
7. Consolidation of County: ;and City elected The Citizen also extends its con- as the Pearl Cafe and Restaurant.The elects to demonstrate his talents winds. and partly overcast

l Governments. ', .- gratulations upon their display of civic proprietor proposes to serve i while: driving is literally talking I weather tonight and Friday.i DEPOSIT. YOUR'' MONEY;
'
spirit in their demonstrated willingness to wholesome sanitary food and give himself into trouble-and usual I -

take a place in the work of the community, prompt service. I' ly serious trouble... WT.ATIir.Jl: CONDITIONS 4SI WHERE IT'CAN HELP

No news is bad new i>Qr any news- and to step forward when volunteers for Driving i is a serious bminess. I
The Sub-committee of the I It be combined Pressure is relatively low this
can not with debating -
paper,.and that is not news.' service were called for. chamber of commerce reports that sightseeing or kindred rooming off the. south Atlantic YOUR TO'vN

And now, to all the candidates and to $5.000 has been pledged in mem- diversions. tpcst and in. the southern Rocky

Greetings to the new skipper and his the electors of Key West alike, comes the berships. The goal is $12,000] Good drivers ronientrateLdr, and Mountain region, Hatteras Mexico, N. G? t
which is to used in advertising the Santa.Fer New ,.288
attention the, :
crew, and now all hands to the wheel. opportunity to demonstrate by a, cheerful city of Key West in northern others do the on talkina.Today's road. and'. let inches; and!, high! throughout other All .Modern Banking Facilities.
.sections, vcithstrong high pres-
acceptance of the decision rendered, our papers.
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Commercial Savings. Accounts.
Racing a train to a crossing is hardly worthiness to inherit the legacy of self- ; I

fair to one's life insurance company.If government bequeathed to us by those Editorial comment: : Keep on I Birthdays :i 1 KEY WEST

great men of a past generation who laid shaking hands with those who I'' .............e. ........ COLONIAL HOTEL lE I

your candidate lost, be consoled the enduring foundations of our political they were were candidates still running just as for. though office.It Anita :Maris Boggs, founder .In the' Center. of theBuaines* I II E The, First National Bank of-Key West ,

is a pretty custom everyone director of the Bureau of Com '
and rejoice with your neighbor whose can- edifice.To and Theater District;
should adopt and it would keep mercial Economics Washington, -
didate won. our new mayor, Dr. H. C. Galey.; the politicians in practice for the D. C.. born in Philadelphia. Fir.t_ Class Fireproof. Member,of the Federal Reserve
to our new councilmen Dr. Armando Cobo, years ago.Admiral. I.
coming year. .Se .n.1e. Rate. ,
The Royal Canadian Mounted has Frank Delaney, William A. Freeman Clif- Member of the Federal .Deposit Insurance

the ford G. Hicks, :Marcos\ A. Mesa, Sr., Frank The Exchange club's basketball Hilary P. Jones U. S. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEX .
nothing West
on Key girl-she gets N.
retired, of Doswell, Va.. born
O. Roberts Clerk Wallace Pinder aggregation started off with a Corporations ,,
to City ,
het:,, man, too. ; rush in their with the Coral in Virginia, 72 years ago. Garage Elevator
.Chief of Police Ivan Elwood, Captain of game 7 Popular PricM
Islanders last night in their gameat
Police Alberto Camero, Treasurer WilliamT. i the Key West Athletic Club Maj. Gen. John H. Russell .
Z Don't complain about keeping Commandant
U. S.
up Marine.
Corps
Archer, Tax Collector-Assessor Sam B. and did not cease in their aggres-
your- kin. Think of Uncle Sam, advises born at Mare Island CaL, 63
Ro ; Pinder, Police Justice Thomas S. Caro, The I sive attacks until the game well was but tears ago.James w.'i///II.I'/ rI'II.I".I..I' IIII.4 r f fSPECIAL
e .Quillen: won. Both teams played\ 'I
Citizen offers you this toast: from the first it was clearly seen

May you complete your terms of that the Exchangeites had the Brents Hill president of
: The course of Listory shows that I the. Louisville and Nashville R.
established in edge on their opponents as far as .
na ons have generally. resorted; to war for office even more firmly the game last night. The score R., born at Spencer Tenn., 57 $ OFFER
I. of fellow-citizens than .
regard
your years ago.William
material. gains; in short, they sought was 40 to 17.
d
tJ1der. you began it; and, during your ad- I'I .
pI Averell Harriman of
ministration, may there be a steady Garner Johns who came to Key .
New York corporation head, former
advance on the part of Key West West to garner laurels as a boxer I I NRA head born 44 yearsago. ; MOUNT VERNON IYORI
A physician says a ma ,'s health is indicated left last night on the boat for '
toward peace prosperity and happi- Tampa having reaped nothing]I i i
by the length of time he can hold
hislbreath. wisdom more than a sound licking from I t George S. Hellman. of New I
And his by the lengthof ness.And Before Johns
leaving
if this shall be our experience, Baby Reyes. York City author, born there 57 II
time he can hold his tongue. said he is anxious for a return
we know that both you, and those to whom years ago. wpgj
date with Reyes in either this cityor I I -I
you have been chosen to minister, will join Tampa.
Dr. Harry Y. Benedict -
A president I
; contemporary says the: most goof:
with The Citizen in rejoicing as you receive of the University of Texas
editors run a typewriter with two fingers, :Mrs. Arthur Pastorini has issued!I ,
born
from the city which has chosen you at Louisville. Ky., 66 JearI
f r .1
smoke} a strong pipe, and cuss-but he cards for an at home Wednesday I I ago.
to serve it, that commendation reservedfor November 8
afternoon 14 at
adds that that u not what makes them
faithful and valiant guardians of the o'clock. Cards will be played. Dr, Leo. H, Baekland..of Floridaand
good editors. public weal. II Ntw York chemist, born in I

Frow Russell well known hotel Belgium 72 years ago. j

: Many times each year the American manager has been appointed to I '
LIFE IS CHANGING manage the new KeyWest Country -I more named first Catholic bishopin .
people.need. the Red :roach: year Club during the coming season. United States.

at Toll call, the Red Cro" g ds the America He is the msnager'of the Oceanie t -

people. Enroll your me'm.ljprs&ipkinlheperiod Fred C. Kelly, journalist, didn't get Hotel at Wrights Beach a summer 1888-Pasteur Institute for T

:: between Armistice t)aye sand I any stereotyped answer when he asked resort near Wilmington, N. C. I! hydrophobia Paris. treatment opened in r .' .
He will make his home here duringthe
Thanksgiving i Henry Ford the other day what the an- season. j I" .

I. swer was to "all this economic mess we'rein. -, i 1918-2532, Americans ia Get- : :
man. prison camps: released.
Edmond Rostand, the French poet, ." Mayor Leslie A. Curry announces .

wrote "ChantLler; his outstanding work, "How long has it been since everything he will at once start I .JaekooaTlUe*. Le* laar Holer' .. -

in swsk Paris was all right?" replied Ford. "In making plans to regulate traffic r THE SEMINOLE 6)J
the Hotel Meurice ren- conditions.: lie will arrange traffic, ( I

de -ous of European royalty. Oddly what year was everything working perfectly control signals and place stop ( )) !

enough "Charticler," is a barnyard or pretty nearly so?" Kelly couldn't signs at street corners.

trarecty: :: on high social lira. remember any such year. Then the in- ........................ I _

dustrial philosopher got down to brass II
Today In Historyo..e..eseeo.o.e.e..ee.e ;
Secretary Wallace goes back to early tacks. kILj1- I : Tr

biblical lore for his inspiration and will "Life is changing all the time," he _
1635 Died Thomas Parr .
maintain; an even normal granary by stor- remarked. "Some things are better, othersare said to have- been-aged 152. This,

inff-grain in times of plenty and releasingit not. If some things are worse, it is a I I English peasant examined, after ,.
death to have died due .._.._.vil... FlorU,
Jr. lean years. That arrangement goes sign they are going out. You and I know thought CHAS.: BGKItKR.. ; Xnaa-er ;i.
''to
i bails even farther than the horse and that we're being ground to pieces all the change of air from country to A. human, home-lfke lastltatloa I.
Londoner whence lately brought. where you will' rind yovr i.d t.ld.st)
buggy age. time by eternal forces. That will keep up ...r.... ... ratertalaneat a'. mat

as long as we live and, for all we know, it 1784-Samuel: Seabury of Connecticut ier of grea( -o-latpprtaac,!" *. $ 16.RIECE'SET. consisting of 4 plates 4 Cereals, 4. Cups

I Mademoiselle Mistinguette, known will continue afterward. We are constantly alit co&S 'crated shop first in Protest.United A ateel!., fireproof heart,b.naing.t.at.4the .(,the' tty; 4, while last l PQ
Episcopa SaBcer they at set $
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years ago as the woman with "the most in evolutionary process. I,know of States in cer7lponyin Scotland. --o--- g1 ,. : per ;
[very Room with Combination :,"TUB
beautiful legs in the world," aged 60 and ,no way we can suddenly fix everything." J and Shower. Bath. :Radio. Elects ?
im. '.State of Franklin with Cening Fan. Slat Doc.o..* Summer.
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loojrs much says that yawning And he might have added: "If any .
younger Ventilation Comfortable Bed* 'WiU

hag: kept her youthful looks. That might body tells you he has such_a way, don't be- l1hed--John, SeRe,rth;, Governor Carolina had estab-ceded traction Mattresses and of Inner Indltblaal Spring; ,Be"Con.*" Sooik Florida Contracting & Engineering; Co o

have worked with her but we know some lieve him." Trust in human effort along 2s western'lands to Government lug; Lampa. sttBti

yaiyriers right here in Key West that it has lines of natural evolution, and help'it along, and new State ttl d'the which lasted. established two year this IVooata, .Prtrato' Bath _.tartaT Q.O Pbcaff58. White< and'ET ta SjreeU f

not affected that way. Perhaps if they but don't trust in sudden miracles and when North Carolina revoked its M:Rooaia.. Prfrate: Beth'.i. !3$ 1
0 m mtm. Private: Hath.4.Hoo .aM
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had not yawned so much they con!:' lool. oci-k! perfection in the realm of businessand I grant. : ...o, rrint Bath_ 24. 1 olUt home! .worthy of the best"
1* S le
} Rooata. Private Balk 4.e0!

intp the!! mirror unflinchingly.! government. > l 1789- John Carroll of Bait: LIGHT'.INCRKAB loll DOCBLBOCCVTAMTC < > }'.IIL I I".t!!" I' I 'I'-LI .Lji

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: KOW- t.l ..n. rledly5"Np. you're gongrio! be.safer 1 s'P'O:R"T S'-\ ................. -

fvnuicartk. ..> feu fo** ( a m Aft ./4 f b .U. **r... SALESMEN
X"olo Sorl near J Lota.i.jre1e Tecla yon had -a ,brother,,south. or 1 I to the
*41* frO* rT JaHre.' ffcsM ., I I ARMISTICE DAY ON ACCOUNT ,' amateur boxing contest to
ia*( a,. sssJimUji Ill. *. r. oj east. or somewhere. dldnt your"Ys.ausweredTecla'be.la MAN WANTED for 'be staged November 22 at the

.4 LII.... a.ed. ..."..._....ad." (kat Fanuteortk.ki 4. wit; -Jar -- -- Route of 800 OF RAIN Navy Field boxing uDder
elr away whyt""Couldn't I arena
rfoaokts* .t'aU.< lid thatki today. Rawleigh

s tilia vat not .t>*. adapted. liultact you Intimate that Anne. -- _. . .. I auspices of the recreation department
Iter 116-SA
that Twla kiowa H leattfwrl Memphis,
/ t*. .MrTel. .0w rrrta has here, was his daughter? Our people ... ... of the Key West Admin-
'-*?* ? ..P.*?_ -
asked A.*.'. ttorg 'DIZZEDEAN'OFDIAMONDBALLIS, i I. istration must be in by Friday. A
but should ask I
anyone question IillAG.UB postponed Armistice Day oa account -

they'd Identify Anne that way : STANDINGS LOST OR I of rain with only half of free: instruction coarse in boxing

Chapter 13NEWPLAN "We're clannish people.". he ex : TO; H-OLDMEETING is.included, with each application.
plained.apologeticallyr"bnt If yonll I ; GOLD MEDAL the scheduled events run off, will
The contest will be constrainedto
study oar history you'll understand. (ByJOVE) ----:-. i J,i V-12140 from shop j'I be resumed at 2:30 o'clock Sun-
A.NXE looked at the man standing EOUNDINMIAMI Reward will purely amateur ranks Each
From earliest times we were so surrounded ] ... ............." .,.. be paid i day afternoon.
before her and surprised by enemies we learned to SCHEDULE WILL, RE. DRAWN tions asked if j The Army, in second place with I entry will be matched in their

she bad I trust only our people and. to SENIOR LEAGUE- to Island City I 114 and the matches will
somelblngja his eyes nerer own VPf FOUR CWB$,HAVF. i I Ii 1 points, will be fighting to over- own weights

seen In Rob's daring ,the weeks of build up fortifications of silence FRANK TUPPEN WON T J.N-i: Club- W. L. Pet. i ', ;I take the leading City Dolphins I be officiated strictly according to

her berea emeJlt. a tender..-compassion against outsiders... They'll protect 1'1' ereeD : -._"."- 3 0 I.OOpa ) AGREED. TO .PLAY LOSTLOSTSpectacles { with 23 points to their credit. I the National A. A. U. amateur

without you' with,these.. TY GAMES IN SUCQESSiqNLAST ; .1 r.I,1" 2 1 .667 I The High School in third place I rules and regulations.
pltl>( t I
"Now the Lee I. \
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Farnsworths. for entrance
with three points is expected to Applications can
Td Ilk* to tell him" she'agreed< understand have moved to Portland SEASON; OTHER RECORDS LoP '!. !t e I 2 ..333Bar. I
(By JOVE) j I I' School and make things more interesting in be made at Cora Isle Casino any
wondering at.the sudden trial she and. ,imagine{ the Tom Parleys 0 3 .000
will spend their time there also. Do. SET BY, PITCHERBy.AM I' ;, i1h..L. Two clubs from the WfA will i i Friday. Reward if the events yet to come. I I afternoon from 1:30 to 5:30 p.

was l.clDg.1D this..stranger: you know many Astoria people?"' {. be represented in the winter Percy M. Roberts To the winning team in the m. The winner of each division

"Always...we tell John" Tecla de "No Fve scarcely been, )here since ,---- I OCIAJ".L.F.ACUE-. ; Basketball League and from ing Street. 220-yard relay will go 20 points will be presented! with a golden

ea.red.ADn", I was a child.* I ( _lat.d,Press) I II Club. : W.. L. Pct. one and a win in this event will put glove.
local and another from hALF DOLLAR,
remembered Tom Farley's "Thenwe have only your car toconsider. I MIAMI Fla., Nov. 14.-The Administration ..._ 8 3 .720 a bakery the High School: up among: the

ridicule ,ofthe flshermen's trust In .- Of course they could trace I pie High School will make it a i out Liberal leaders. LEGALSOTICK
Lighthouse _._.._ 7 4 .630 I turned to Benjamin .
"Dizzy Dean"' of diamondball! attracteda
that. The woman at the service station four-club loop. The meet last Monday

John Nenman. She realized now had.an inkling of who yon were High. School .--..,- 56 .450 Lopez Funeral crowd estimated! at close to 500 \ OF MASTER'S! SALE

that It was ,not because he was a when you screamed She'd.gladly vest pocket edition of the national Bayview Park _. .n 4 7 .360 Any other quintet wishing to.. and it is expected that even a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
.. I I enter the league is invited to do' WANTED I uDder and by virtue of and pursuant -
college man. and spoke both the tell everything with elaborations. I pastime increasingly popular ; much larger crowd will be on to that certain decree made

language of the fisherman and of theca4iery He thought a moment. 1 EO, I., hand Sunday afternoon. I I and entered on the nIb day ot

"How does this sound? You say hereabouts-is Frank Tuppen. 1 DIAMOND BALL WANTED'-Second June A. D lt6. by the Honorable
owner but because therewassa ,- There. 'YiU. be a. meeting: held I Jefferson B. Brow De. Judge of the
you were born In Crescent City. I room suit, in good
t Court of the TwentIethJedioLal
sympathetic wisdom about Wouldn't ft be the.natural thing for While hurling for: a bus company at the home of B. Ev. Brantley I Write Box E, care LEGALS_ I Circuit Circuit of Monroe County-

him which.) Invited ,confidence and yon to go'there In an effort to trace team in a league sponsoredby GAME" TONIGHTBy Sunday night at 8 o'clock; A Florida in Chancery, in that certain
lEGAl NOTICE cause therein pending wherein Win.
trust. your parents* Then suppose I drive the Miami city recreation department -! schedule will be adopted and play I Pursuant to Chapter HSJ1. LAWS H. Entwistle is complainant. and
down there right of Florida the underSigned will rereive Randall Adams, Jr., and Susie
1 need advice. Mr. Neuman." your car away tonight FOR RENT
or rather this morning aIt's lastseason_ ,.Tuppen;,won I I will begin the following week. I I until 10:04 a. m. on "Wednesday. -, Adams his wife are defendants,
Anpp! continoed. ( .JOVE) November *7, 1'J5.: at the the undersigned Special Master in.
past midnight DO... I have a friend 29 games, 20 consecutively, and : The Lopez Funeral Home ten PJayers on the Bakery,club are: : LOWER FURNISHED Governors Office in Tallahassee, Chancery appointed by said decree,

"Tpa need food IIr t. interposed in the garage business there. He can registered an average of nine I N. Hernandez. R. Bethel; Jack i MENT-2 bed FlorIda. sealed offerings of matured will offer for sale and sell at public
TecU. and ladled the fish stew Into will tackle the Bar-B-Q outfit to- or matured Road and Bridge, outcry to the highest bidder for
heavy crockery bowls. cut thick either leave It In his garage or drive strikeouts a game. night at Bayview: Park for the Thompson, Ed. Woodson W. iences, porches. 519 Highway or Refunding Bonds of I (cash before the front door of the
It back to Portland the.Inland FDORID4.
West.
over MONROE COUNTY Count Court House in Key
slices of home"made breads disap.pe&d route. Blond, slender and 21 years !I first game of the second half. Adams, Andy Parks, C. Smith and : Street. All offerings submitted, MUST BE. Monroe County Florida on Monday,

dark will at 7:15 FIRM FOR TEX flATS SUBSEQUBNT :- December 2nd, A. I). 1935 (same b--
Jnlo.* closetjto retartwju : The contest start Matthews.! can : readily: I
of "In this way. If the,car has been old, Tuppen weighs 168 pounds. fred wAs; I FURNISHED TO THE DATE OF OPES-' inc a rule day of said Court and a
Jar
huckle-bef1.Jam., traced they will believe you drove He is, five feet tall. He throws: o'clock. be seen to local court followers,:' Modern I-- G. I. e_ through December 7, 1S35. legal sales day) during the legal
Anne surveyed,her bowl with ap along the coast road to Crescent I Batteries will be C. Gates and and must state full name description -' boars of sale to-wit between 11
)reh nslon. down with his right hand. I the Embalmers and number_ of former varsity players White street or call and serial numbersof o'rtock in the forenoon and 2 clock
as.sheksat for
.at the City and dlsa eared fr..m there. [ Ingraham date r
: rate. the
: bonds interest the afternoon of said day
table. In response to' /'ecla.. order. ) / rr'-I I Exploited as the greatest softball -I' Roaam 'and Acevedo forh.., are on this team. Barber Shop. of Issue. date of maturity and!'I" .- described property to

She dipped spoon Into the'savory A NJfB didn't; need words. to.eiBESS pitcher in.the. game, Syd Sandwich crew.Subscribe The High. School will select a..r price asked. Bonds that are In default '' )" said decreeby payment of
I I FURNISHED of interest must be offered at amounts therein specified! :
mess, toyed with cubes.of red'salmon ? her belief In the plan. She.le1nqd ("Cannonball") Bailey came,down club among the students. :I S FlAT price. which price shall be : In :Monroe County. Florida;
onions and potatoes wblcfe lbaet)1I ,her1 chair suddenly i to The Citizen 20eweekly. : electric ice box. I .derstood to be the "ric-e asked I I Part of Government Lot 1. section -
floated.abont la .the creamy liquid} tired. This man who had saved her to Miami recently with hia Kentucky "The WPA clubs will consist of II phone 879-J. I for such bonds WITh ALLI S, Township i3 South
Colonels and faced Tuppen's I MATURITIES OF PAST DUB Range >8 East of Tallahassee
; theo .tasted 1C, t fn>iq the* river by his quick think I I the following players: Joe Hale, DEFAULTED OR UNPAID COD-I )Meridian described as follows:
outfit in three games. Tuppen 'V. Cates C. Parks G. Anderson : FURNISHED HOUSE. POS- ATTACHED. and noticeis the Southeast
"Why it's good, she ex ing. woBlfl handle this new dilemma CHARTER NO. 4672 I Commencing at
claimed) ..ith'such surprise that both with equal skill She ,need worry beat Bailey i in) all three. RESERVE DISTRICT" >O. S I?,. Dopp,.Cliff Bailey Esmond AI-.I conveniences, three I hereby given that detached if any prior such to I 'Orner of Government Lot Two
| coupons have been (2) Section Bight (I) Township
John and :Tecla laughed.aloud.: about nothing for a time. I I Tuppen has an unique, puzzling I[REPORT, OP -CONDITION OP THE bury, J. Navarro, 'F. Carbon, garage. Apply i delivery of any bonds acceptedI : 'r Sixty-three (IU South Range

"Too, _think. Tecla,.give.you something "Better.yon go to bed" observedthe delivery, unlik. the customary I FIHST' 1 NATiONAL: BANK OP G. Archer, L. Curry, Jack Baker. Street. andjor purchased hereunder the face Ir |I Thirty-eight (JI) East, fromsaid
He cocks his bare-'. KKVEST IX: TUB. STATE OF value of such missing coupons will be,I point run North' Ninety (H)
not goodrheartened watchful Tecla. end hurried wind-up. arm FLORIDA, AT TilE CI.OlE! OF end Raph Domingucz. i I deducted from purchase price; and feet, thence run South forty-

by the food. Anae away to prepare her''room.- I[ly 18 inches.but the ball seems to I I ntsIEss! 0' %O"F"BER 1. By the looks o{ the players : NICELY FURNISnEI' I I offerings must be submitted on this four (44) degrees East Two
: "I don't know how I'll ever thank explode from the pitcher's box. less. MENT, with garage. j basis. Sealed envelope containingsuch hundred twenty-four (224) feet
turned I, some first class will b ,
to the fresh ordeal of retell *0 games. <; offerings shall plainly state on more or less, to the waters ofthe
lag her story. But somehow, with you.- Anne ventured' as she accompanied ,, Accomplished in other phrases:', ASSETS played. i, Duval street. its face that it is a proposal for the Atlantic Ocean; then runSouthwesterly
John to the "and I do I I halfback :Loans and discounts .--.$ %;;'.117.18 I sale Monroe County bonds.j the beach
the attentive John as listener her need door I[of athletics, Tnppen played Overdraft: .-......_.._...... S>.14I FOR SALE j i The of right is reserved to reject meander to a. point oa 3vuth Forty-
to be free ot those people. j
treaties seemed of less and. less Im so at Oglethorpe University in I I United States Govern-. Nobody seem sto know when ; ''any and alt offerings or portions I of four (44) degrees East of the

portance.. "You can thaak.me by,not worryIng I[I Atlanta but left. school last year... I jnent'obligations direct the mute, which is attached to the : SECOND SHEETS I offerings starting point; thence run One
andor fully i :
while Tm returned John I r : I STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION hundred Forty-eight (14S feet
away.
"And ao. she concluded, "now guaranteed ,. .......- C02.7S8.1I bridge of violin to its I I
Then he smiled her hand I I a change The Artman Press. OF FLORIDA. more or less to the point of
In
that I know that I'm neither the *caught Other! bonds stock. David ShoRe Governor as Prest' beginning.
daughter nor the heir of Luke Farns- a firm clasp and hurried down the BAKERS DEFEAT and securities, ._ 183.18 tone, was invented. One,of the: I dent AQU1LINO LOPEZ JR.,
stairs Banking house 1 ,J75; earliest printed scores .to.call f9r: PERSONAL CARDS- J. M. Lee. State Comptroller, as Special Master in Chancery
worth. :want to hide away until I Anne stood the door Furniture and (Iz- its,-use is that of Lully's AT-, cards, $1.25. i Secretary, i,r ALLAN B. ( ,&ARE, JR.
at a moment. ._... _
33,320.76Real
can decide what 111 do with my future B OUTFIT lures 14.S457C t W V. Knott State Treasurer. as Solicitor for the Complainant.
." looking down on Union Town scat- BAR- -Q estate owned other.. mide. Press I Treasurer. novJ4-lt; ]I octal; nov7-u-i-s:! :!
than banking house 48.33912 51'I
tered lights blinking In the darkness
And this
man this Rob Crocker. Reserve with Federal
what will he think of your running A far away clock chimed the Reserve, bank C4.44I.71
!" hour of two. At two o'clock last Cash! In vault and
away GAME; LAST NIGHT AT PARK balances with other
"Mr. Crocker understands" Anne night she had been lying In her bed. j banks ...._._...._ 1:09.13

said touelellly.! "he...that is.we are reading to fill the empty hours. ENDED IN SCORE OF. Outside checks and '
But she.had not been altogether other ,rash items -...... 834.54
not going to be married. 2.113.01
Other assets
nnhappy. 11 TO.4 .n" '
-But-- Neuman was Interruptedby Rob and security la*

Tecla who spat out a word. ahead. Now she had nothing and Totatassets.51.416,245.01;;

Weeks despite Tecla she was nobody Just
later. Anne was to find ABILITIES

that phrase In the little English- Nlkki. But Tecla had said she was (By.JOVK) Demand deposits except

Finnish dictionary she was studying never to say that again!; and surely I The Baker outfit of the Senior U. S. Government deposits -
with John Neuman willing to spend public funds
but by then some of the heartache : ,
from
Diamondball League
won
bad been numbed by time and she the wasn't night without driving friends.south for her she : the Bar.B-Q ,ten in. a regular I and banks deposits_of .other.....-._S Ulin.UI : ".. X Who() Rush To Service-Patronize Them.

knew Tecla had been right when Time deposits exceptpostal ,.
she classified Robert Crocker Without friends? She turned as league game played last night at I airing pub-
as awgoldjgger.w I
Tecla came Into the.room. a hot wa- Bayview Park. The final score I lie funds- -- and deI -
posits of other hanks 569,855.1,4Public ;;
ter bottle In her hand. She Oiled was 11 to 4.
"But of course Farley and the funds of States .
this at the. stove then motioned A very loose game was played counties, school districts ,
Farnsworths Star American
are going to want to
Anne to follow. and of the. Sandwich boys I I or other subdivisions RO.SEFLORAL S
,
,
)know where you, are," observed some or municlpalities .. JOHN C: PARK lIFT'S-
Neuman. after a pause. "They'll Wearily Anne obeyed, climbing left the field necessitating in ......._.__- :n.u,... : Has a fast and I :

probably, start search for If steep wooden stairs turning down a holding the game. United States Government -
is found in
you ) only :
and postal say-
you don't tell them something." hallway and into a cubicle-like room Those players should be taught!I i has deposits __ 328 SIMONTON ST. and yo& can b* sure PIECES A r CASH GROCERY :

-I 1 hope not." Anne said. "and Idon't where .Mlin smiling sleepily was that they did ,wrong and; should ,be I|I Deposits of other banks at.o'1 I
spreading the bed with fresh linen I IncludIng certified fresh because it's SPECIALTY
believe tfcejr will They're goIng punished for their action. !
cashiers' checks
to be so glad to be rid of me without ., Anne couldn't help noticing the Sweeting M. A evedo and | and outstanding 7,808.OS I Key West. I i 1101 Diyj .Street

my demanding any more of their linen hand woven, the.edges of the Ward for the Dough boys and G. II Total of Items. 14 to 18: l LIMBINGDUR.O : LARGd tb 18c PLANTS and
pillow case and sheet frosted with I (a) Secure ; VINES f PHONE,29Staple '
worldly goods that they'll leave me Acevedo and B. Robetrs for theBar.BQ's db )" I I
STAR tb 25c
alone." hand made lace. Inches wide pledge of ;
leaders at
the
As soon IS she had slipped Into were I loans audi)
her night robe she found Tecla or Invest- \ V. & S., tb 15c. SOUTH, FLORIDA; and i Fancy
bat.In
| 1XJ.VT agree with you. he connItered. nents.5 321.29497 PUS5FS-\
waiting hot water bottle disguised the field Hale played well ) ; : Groceries
j
frankly. 1 believe they are (b) Not secured
in a knitted wool bag. This was arranged for the winners and G. Acevedoand 'by STAR COFFEE
going to want to know where yon are FIMBRG.suLm*. ;,; ,
and rearranged until the Stanley for the losers. pledge of ; NURSERYPHONE
10 they can watch you. You don'tkpqwthe nurse was satisfied. Score by innings: R. H. E. I loans audi| 512 Greene, Complete Line Fresh :
) entire contents of the will. or investments :
Ot course they believe they can cut She turned off the light. droppedthe Bakers ..___. 351 02-11 9 1 I ..-..... ,14.742.IS.* I :PHONE 348 Phone '256 597 r Fruit and Vegetable :

you off from daughter's share pro- lone window of the room lettingIn Bar-B-Q ........ 310 00- 464, I (c) Total 1

viding'yon: haven't been adopted as a gust of rain-washed afro then Batteries Ward and M. Ace I Deposits ....$Sl.240,037: : -- '
1I'tth; a pat on Anne's shoulder and e vedo B. Roberts, Tynes and G. Capital Account j
;
daughter"What, do you meanT" queried, "'I itep well she tiptoed out as Aeevedo.PARKTEN'Fo.RfEITSj. Common stock. 1.000 1, :1 j SELECT $EA. FOODS. -READ- 1 HAPPY DAYS ARE..HERE. ;;
though her charge had alreadyMJter.cpmmancL
Tecla with.,Interest. shares par J wfUh, .2 Ibs. 35 INSURANCEOffice

When people adopt a chad they, rSepirelX"eihoed! : Anne, to her share 100.00---------8 per 100.00000 I Yellowtail Steak, 2 tb*. 35c THE KEY Ii

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go'before a,Judge. and papers are r Surplus 50000.00 '
seTL AsJI she, could ever again Undivided 7 Yellowtail Bone 2 Ib.. 25e
drawn up.- ... on. :. 319.Du.1. Street
sleep at. all. Bits of sentences I I profits' '
"Ton see. Tecla" Anne explained: 2 Ibs. 25c
spoken that da/ (or was it the previous GAME TO, BEACONS net -- --n 14.287.UI I-IGrpuper, '" : SUNDAY
"Tom there
farther.
Farley says are
day) spun through her con Total Capital Account. 1C4.207-1C: Snapper, 2 Ib*. 2ie
no papers and none can be found, so I TELEPHONE NO 1-
*ciousnessvvThe loyalty and love of i MntUn Fisk: 2 lb.. 25c ;
It can't be proved that tm legally Total Inabilities _11.404.245.01 : .
the servants, the triumph of Shar Subscription $2 P
adopted. Of course that won't mat LIGHTHOUSE. BOYS LOST TO MemorandumLoans, I
lee. the queer hatred of Charlotteand iBTestments FRESH SHRIMP
and
ter for five and within that Yow M ab At
time I may be years able to learn something poor. troubled Lee. who bad defied PfCKED TEN IN EXHIBI hedged Liabilities to Secure : Larf Select' ,Oysters Key WeV Only -THE.-- 3 I Try ,

more about my parents" his wife probably for the first I United States Government I Fresh Crab Meat i*..It, cans 65c Paper Delmorucjo Restaurant
time In his life to safely convoy TION. CONTESTBy obligations direct -
"So. murmured Tecla. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY.
"Not that I care for the money" Anne out of her home. -. guaranteed andor, ___fully u..O".1 1 Business Office : B.dw ls r B*!r: ......... lie
Rob! But she must not think c!
Anne hastened to say and it I have him. Only how could she help It* I Other and securities bonds. stocks._, 24.U'"O' : LOWE; FISH! COMPANY Building Six Coarse Dinners, _
to fight for It. I don't want any of it. ( JOVE) .;
lie had been shocked by what she PHONE 151 PHONE __ __--__ 50 75. aaJ IrJENNIEB.DEBOER*.
Now all I want to do Is rest and forget The Lighthouse ten of the Social Total PtodKed (excluding r :
had told him.CopyrtgAt.
about everything that's hap League won a game from the i rediscount.S 3C8.349 i
Jeannt Pledged;
( Hit, fcv Bowman
pened. But If you think they'll tra&Die Bayview Park outfit yesterday i Against U. S. Govern- I
here I'd better go a..ay.- ment and postal savings I AARON McCONNELL
Anne get a new name. tomor afternoon by forfeit. The score !. deposits .. Our Reputation PRITCHARD ;
"No. Neuman answered too bur- ---
row. became 9 to 0.
automatically Against public funds of 38.10.0'1' 538 Fleming Street

._. -- -- ___-..- In an exhibition game with a States counties, ped in every
school districts or
'! picked club, the Beacons lost 7 other' subdivisions. or i FUNERAL HOMED I' .

to municipalities ...__ 330229.78 ofItlt1 r
FIREMEN VS BAKERS: SOCIAL LEAGUE 1.Stanley : 1 .

hit two doubles in three Total Pledged _............_$ :3CS.349.78. Watch -
times at bat. Wickers connected State .f>WaMda.Cwnnty : } SvmpatfeU

TOMORROW. \ NIGHT' CONTEST TODAY. for two safeties in' three tries. B, "*!. J.otManvea.1. Trevor' ss Cashier: of H Comrte.yUCENSED ;

I I Lowe knocked out a home run. Above-named bank do solemnI DONE BY
Stanley accepted seven chancesin : !I II ly 4wearttbat the above statement' {: NOTARY: ;' PQBUCt
I :Is true to the best of o>y knowledge ZMBALMRRAblaaea. 1 t
(By.JOVE) I I (By JOVE) center field without making an aad belief. WATCHMAKER, JEWELER 7HtARTMAN.:-
i
:
Tomorrow night the Firemen This afternoon at Bayview Park error. Park /.nd .B. DemerUt hada ,. r.. 3.. 'i. TREVOR Cashier AND ENGRAVER !

will meet the Bakers In a regular i i the Administration outfit will good day in the field I COR'RECT-Atle.t: SeeHintForoprNea4WcwbALL e .Senke. -

Senior league game of the I' tackle the team representing the Score by innings; R. H. E. JAMESILSTOWERS WM. H. MALONE, 11'S

SchooL Lighthouse 010 000 0-IK* :2 PRICES.REDUCED. '
second half. I Hijrh -1M' WM. WARREN. LADY ATTENDANT
.. Citizen Bid!
Ward J I' Theont.st will be regular Picked Team- '' < Directors. ., :: Citizen.Office '
will be pitted! against a t.I Subscribed and sworn to before fteerss 9 U IX:-1 to eOp f

\\ : Jr. Fans know what to I Iaker. Social League game. 200 221 x-7 8 2 me this 12th day of November 193S.WM. Ni : PHONE. .
SarorJay ht HVTW
expect when these two hurlers Batteries: C. Stickney Parks, A. FREEMAN I !, 1"JIeae.- 649 : Bleep .[

tangle up and a large crowd is I I I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I I F. Stickney and J, Carbonel; Russell I Notary LargeMy Public Commission State of Florida Expire at

expected to be in attendance.! weekly. 1 B. Lowe and Russell. Sands. Apr. 16. 1937. -- .' .





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SOCIETY : : TO SUBSCRIBERS Receives! Honorary! Degree At State! College!! .I.IJ I PLAN RESTAGING NEW\ ARRIVAL AT

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: If you do act receive your ........... ................. ................... ...... ....... ........ OPERETTA HERE HOME OF YATES

..........a....................................*. paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the

Division Street P.-T. Assn. afternoon, call telephone 51 PIRATES OF PENZANCE WILL' Announcement has been mad

and a paper will be seat to .II BE PUT ON DURING WIN.
of the birth of a nine and a halt
Conducts Interesting Meeting your .0... A complaint boy
TER SEASON pound g'rl: to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
U oa duty at this offico from
Yates, on November 12, at their
The third monthly meeting of;i Mrs. Boza reported that the executive 8:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the Announcement that the Piratesof home, 808 Simonton street.

the Division Street P.-T. A. was' committee had decided to purpose of delivering com- ::7 Penzance will be staged in the

held Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. have a Christmas tree and enter-! plaints. Help as give you 100 open air again this winter for the Mrs. Yates was before mar

Will Doughtry presiding. It was tainment for the purpose of raising service caling 51 ___ I I entertainment of tourists and i riage Miss Delia Ramirez.PALACE.
opened with the Lord's Prayer,' funds to put in the P.-T. A. percent by tE local persons was made this t
and the P.-T.A.. song. The minutes treasury. Each teacher is to be if you do not receive The Citi- A- -N morning by the Key West Admin '

of the previous meeting were read: responsible for a number on the I aea.r'.3A'AT. f Ir istration. The first call for rehearsals -
'' :!! also] was announced. !
bylra. Cabot the secretary. program. I JOHN WAYNE in
Mrs. Goethie, the treasurer, gave"I I Every child will receive a gift Iff 14f! Jackson Golden, manager of
her report.A I(, from a real Santa Claus. The I the Key West Colonial hotel, has l THE. NEW FRONTIER

most delightful program was' Christmas entertainment will be::I r MANY INQUIRIES. offered the use of the main din- Serial and Comedy

given by the high fifth grade held on December 17th, beginning I ing room of the hotel for rehearsals -\I Matinee S-IOc; Night
lo.l5c.
with Mrs. Raymond Felton as at 2 o'clock, at the Division and they will be held there
ABOUT HOUSINGEFFECTS l 5ka prior to the presentation of the
sponsor. It consisted of: I j Street SchooL
Song, High Fifth Grade. I j I Professor W. C. Duncan an- operetta. Those in charge of

Spirit of Peace, Elinor Larsen. nounced that children betweenthe .N staging of the Pirates of Penzancewere I

Playlette, "A Time of Thanksgiving .' ages of two and five years OF ADVERTISING J emphatic in their expres- '
sions of appreciation of Mr. Golden's RICHARDSON'SGROCERY
," by the class. i whose parents are on the reliefare -
"Let There Be Peace," Eola! to be taken to the clinic for CAMPAIGN ARE NOW kindness in offering the use
r n, of the hotel for rehearsals, sinceit
Johnson. j examination to be ready for ad- !
BEING FELT is centrally located.
Song, "When Johnny Comes mission to the nursery school.

Marching Home" the class. I Parents are urged to cooperate as
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Mrs. Cabot reported that the' it is necessary to have seventy-

magazines had been received. j five to assure the opening of the Since the Key West advertising Rath Bryan Owen, United State minister to Denmark and America' only woman diplomat is ROM Milk 5 cans ____ ____ 49e
Emil school, it is stated. campaign by the local WPA administration pictured above (center) a* she visited Florida State College for Women recently where she receivedthe .n
Mrs. Sweeting
reported' nursery ARCHER'SGROCERY Magnolia Milk ____......_....__. He
that she had communicated with: Mrs. R. C. Skelton, chairman of was started in northern honorary degree of doctor of laws. With her are five Florida State College student who went Cream _
6 37 and 40
the Junior-Senior High School the P.-T. A' magazine committee,! on Mrs. Owens "good citizenship' tours to Washington daring Mrs. Owen's term a* congresswomanfrom cans
;
( publications, prospective Batter ___ ..___
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many 32c
,
: fourth district in Florida. Tie left I mm'm -
about the "Classroom Teacher gave her report concerning club- the young women are, to right: Miss Ethyle Mae Edwards -
:visitors have written for informa- .. ...__.._......___._
Volumes," and Mrs. Henriquez,] service subscriptions. I West Palm Beach; Miss Marjorie Raulerson, Miami; Miss Nancy: Wilkinson, Palatka; Miss Sugar, 5 lb 27e

stated that a committee had been j Mrs. Berkowitz read a message tion concerning the city. Betty Akin, Winter Garden; and Miss Carlotta Cubillas, Miami. "The Store That Serve Rice, 5 lb.. ..___ 25c aad 35c I

selected to talk to Mrs. Sweeting, concerning "School and Demo- This morning in the housing _n __ ___ __ You Best" Crisco, 3 Ib*. ..._.......____m. 60c
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about the books. (| cracy." It was enjoyed very much) department Citizen of was the shown administrationThe 30 letters I e c c c c c ...c a !......................:..I, GOOD THINGSfor Lard, 2 Ib. ___.""..... 29; I
Reports were made concerning! by the P.-T. A. members j[''which' were received during the ii"s. : i I Maxwell House Coffee, Ib 29c

the amount each room was to bej I Those who volunteered to go tot past 24 hours asking for informa-1..p. MENTIONMiss 1 Cuban Coffee, Ib 19e and 29e

responsible for. Some of whiles.the,! tcouDCil; meeting at the High ra.,1 l|tion regarding hotel accommodations ........................................ !APPRECIATION GOOD APPETITESNot Tomatoes, 6 cans _______ 29c
grades turned in their share, S&OoflSov. 22nd, at 3:15 p. I t
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others will I have their part shortly. : }Irs. Marzyck. Mrs.. Col- housing in homes and apartments -: Ernestine Salas left last ,l1rs.Susan D. Quinn left on ........................1 only are the Foodstuffs Royal Julio, 4 pkgs.-- 22c

A motion was made and carried!I"f4 were| Mrs: Johnson, Mrs. Adams ,...and all other details in I night on the Florida for Miamien the Florida last night for a visit' ALBERTO CAMERO offered by this store noted for Gibbs Catsup, )large _,,, 13c

that if the books could be paid att 'months. I II I am deeply appreciative of the : Pear, 2H size 17c
for on time they would be or The-count of parents showed
dered immediately.Mrs. the following were the winners of I:i I In some instances newspapers E. R. Hirsch, head of a I 1 I Mrs.\ Annie Domingnez, Mrs.\ spendid support given me in Tires i iday's ness, but for the ;ollst Grits, 3* Ib*. ________h.n 12c

and other publications in northern in Miami !j! election. To my friends i prices as well 1 Fancy Corn, 2 ......._ 2Sc
Harry Sawyer reported the half-day holiday: Miss May large optical company Eliza Young and Mrs.\ Howard I Ii .. ... I can ,
I
that $10 had been donated by the! Sands, highest percentage; Miss, cities were mentioned and in' who was in Key West as guest of' Wallace formed a party leaving whose unceasing efforts in my I String Beans, 2 can m"-_'_ 25c ,

Woman's Club and had been, used' Miriam Carey, highest percentage;)1' some cases copies of the advertise-I' Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Valdez, left I'i on the Florida last night for a I' behalf were tireless, I extend my I We Welcome Responsible Rita Cracker .._ I4c and 23e
I 1 I heartiest thanks.
enclosed.
for the food that was furnished> Miss Florence Albury, largest! ment were for Miami last night on the visit in Miami. Account Oraltine. mail "__m.__._.___ 35c
the needy children. It was decided number: Mrs. Laura Crusoe, largest I In every case the Florida. I Whole Kernel Cora 3 can 25c

to.send a vote of thanks to! number. There were 91 present played keen interest in their proposed I 1----1) IVAN ELWOODI ONE STOP SERVICE Salt, 3 pkf. ..._._._......m 10c
sojourn during the seasonIn ) Sani-Flush .._........,._
the Wloman's Club.oman'sCIub. at this Edwin Trevor, who was visiting take pleasure in offering can 23c
iI j meeting. few
1 i had been spending a visit of a
Dressed Poultry Matches ._ __
solicited
Key West and prompt Mrs. Trevor and their chil-: thanks to the voters of Key West 3 boxes nmhm lie
:, weeks in Miami and surrounding I Crab Meat _...._.__ 35c
,
the
replies to queries. Fish Turtle can
; dren, and other relatives, left:''' points, returned to Key West last, for the splendid: vote given me, I Tuna Fish, can _.. ______ I5e
*' I last night for Little River, Fla., and the endorsement of my ad- Fruits Vegetables I .mm
Reception Held I'I'evening over the highway. I Lux Toilet Soap, 3 bar .. 20c
where he operates a branch of the I ministration as Chief of Police.It MeatsDairy I I Rinso, 2 pkf. ._m.m_.._.__.. 17cLifebuoy
I Shiveringyith Columbia Steam Laundry in Key, that conductin ,
gratifies me my
Was Much bar 20c
3
Products Soap
Yesterday EnjoyedBy Oscar Lounders, of the local ; --m
West, I I custom unit, who was attending a' office meets with such approval Boa Jelly, 3 Ib*. ..____m.m_ 24e
and I will continue to merit it Phone 67 Free Delivery
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session of federal court in
( EDITH M. LUETHI) Chills Sheriff K. O. Thompson left Tampa through my coming term. Phone 658-R Free Delivery
returned this the'Cu
The annual in honorof atum hibiscus coral- last night for Miami with Juan morning on
reception plumeria I II 814 Fleming Street Eaton and Elizabeth Street
the officers, members and j vine and sweetheart rosebuds.I Burning with Fever del Pino, a prisoner under sentence -I --- j; BENJAMIN C. ROBERTS .. ,

friends of the Woman's Club,< to a term of years in state,: Words cannot gratitude I
decorating : Malaria penitentiary, who will be sent by; Mrs. A. R. Miller, who was'I' express my-
given yesterday at the Club House| Sare Relief for I to the voters of Key West .
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on Division street, was as usual, a palms in all the rooms which add-, prison conveyance to Raiford. I' visiting her daughter and son-in-, for the handsome vote me
given
Don't homemade treatments or
try I law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Trevor!
delightful affair. ed greatly to the artistic effect of toewf angled remedies I Take that good old in my race for election commis
Guests on arriving were met in the decorations. !I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you Ed O'Brien,'editor and publisher -! left on the Florida last night for: sioner. WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
Lowe will be yourself again,for Grove's Tasteless of Pan American' Review, ar-:1 her home in Miami. I
the. hall by the chairmen of the :From 4 to 5 Mrs. Stephen : I'I I take this opportunity of ex-
dull 'Tonic not only relieves the I ____ Ij Local Committee for West
Key
four departments: Mrs. H. Illing-: and Mrs. Ben Trevor poured and of Malaria, but destroys the rived yesterday from Havana oh j pressing my sincere appreciationto
worth, Mrs. E. J. Bayly, Mrs. Ar-{ from 5 to 6 Mrs. Vesey Johnson infection symptoms itself. > the steamship Florida and continued : N. T. Jones, auditor of the'WPA : each and every one in Key

thur Pastorini and Mrs. M.: E.i and Mrs Wk if. .Harris presided at The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste: the voyage to Miami.i left last night on the F1or-' West who have given me their' Date._._.........._....._._.____._.._
Berkowitz. In the drawing room+. the urns. less ChilJ Tonic kills the :Malarial infection While l in,the 'city he';met- a numb -; ida for Miami. ,I consideration and support. I'

the president, Mrs. G. N. Goshorn,I I Mrs Norberg Thompson, as- in the blood while the iron it com r-.of:friends' I TO THE EDITOR:
bins builds the blood to Overcome: the !
received the guests, assisted by,sisted .by,the twelve members, of effects of the up disease and fortify against Miss LJllo Lowe, who was HENRY F. SAUNDERSMy

her official family: Mrs. W. R., her hospitality committee, ;served further.attack..The twofold effect is absolutely Mr. and Mrs.. Delfin Camalier, spending a while in Key West with!1 hearty thanks are tendered Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the

Warren, Mrs. Louis Pierce, Mrs.. the guests with tea, sandwiches,I necessary to the overcoming of J who were visiting relatives and|relatives and friends. left last t I to the voters of Key West for memory of one of our most beloved and useful
Robert Lord, Mrs. W. J. Phelan, macaroons and mints. Malaria.Besides; being a dependable rem- friends in; Key:AVjest; ,. left last night for Miami. I I{I their support in Tuesday's e'ec-
:Mrs. Charles Wardlow, Mrs. J. J.I An orchestra provided music I edy for Malaria,Grove's Tasteless Chill night .for-lI amI.' 'i tion. Although not victorious at citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of
Tonic: is also an excellent tonic of general
Trevor and Mrs. A. R.. Miller. throughout; afternoon, while' f use. Pleasant to take and absolutely I I,' Dr. and Mrs.: :Julio; J. DePoo I I the polls, my gratitude to my sup- -_., _..to the Will Rogers Memorial
In the dining room the tablewas the 'guests"t 'the 'opportunity to; harmless. Safe to give children. Get a Eugene A. Dickey, radio man will leave over the highway to-.: porters is as sincere and the
beautiful with lace cloth,J greet each other and to welcomea i bottle today at any drug store. Now two first class, U. S. N., left last morrow morning for :Miami where; friendship of those who could not Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to

candles and silver tea service. The'' number of newcomers to the sues 2l/t -times 50c and as much$1. The as the$1 SOc size size contains and night on the Florida for Miami en i they will meet and return to Kej: I I support me is as grateful as ever. others from Key West and will go without any

centerpiece of flowers held ager- city. II III gives you 25% more for your money. route to San Diego, Calif. West with Mrs. DePoo's sisters ,I deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be

--- .- ----- .- I Mrs. R. E. Moore and :Miss Evan After Mussolini gets through
J Mrs. Mabel Pierce, who was geline Gould, of New York, who I' strutting his chest in those dress expended, also without any deduction, as the Me-

School Unit To Arrange DanceAt SUNDAY DINNER J I visiting relatives in Key West, re-I will visit with the DePoo's for I II shirts, he might wear 'em for night morial Committee may determine.
l turned on the Florida last nightto
Conduct MeetingRoom Cuban Club several weeks. I i gowns.
'SugffB } her home in Miami. : ---

----- I I !1' Name ___._..
Representatives of the Solution for happiness: Don't' Still ?
Social committee of Socjedad Mrs. G. E. Russell wife of Coughing

Key West Junior-Senior High Cuba (Cuban Club) announce ANN PAGETHIS Chief Engineer Guilreymo Rus-i marry a red-headed woman, orj! Address ________._..__._
School Parent-Teacher Associa- { any other never sleep with your No matter how .
; ] many medicines
i i. "National Cheese Week" sell of the Steamship Florida,
tion will hold a meeting tomorrow -j that there will be a Thanksgiving no food more deserves to be sailed last night for Miami with'I hear*in an open window, if yourjlife's : you cold have tried for your cough chest N3
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the 1' Dance at the hall on Duval street celebrated than cheese for it gives you insured, and don't drink I II get relief or bronchial Irritation,you can
real food for than the children Jack, Helen and: now with Creomulaon.
more your money
home of its president, Mrs. Enrique -j: on Thursday, November 28, from I almost anything else you ran bu,.. Shirley. moonshine with more than 150 j I> Serious trouble may be brewing and
Henriquez, 406 Whitehead'I 9 till 2. |I: Last week's reduction on pork did i I per cent proof j you cannot afford to take a chance --- -
not last and other meats are again Tin.ing. I I I'I with anything less than Creomul-
street. I "DeU Woods' Orchestra will furl .' The price of butter continues its Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Watkins sion. which goes right to the seat
A large attendance is expectedat '" rush a good program of upward course but tf g prices seem to were leaving last nighton SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT : of the trouble to aid nature to '
passengers
this meeting. I j music,for the occasion. have reached their peak. 'I soothe and heal the inflamed membranes
;: I Hurricanes in the extreme southeastof the Steamship Florida for Mi -on-- as the germ-laden phlegm fl "
our country and freezes in the far amL WAVES is loosened and expelled.
northwest have affected our two largest _____ I I Two Even if other remedies have LikeACalkeOflceFOODSTUFFS
Permanents
fruit crops. As a result we shall $5.00| | Tailed, don't be discouraged your
AWAIT\ ORDERON TO INDUCT CITY'SOFFICERS save fewer citrus fruits and fewer ap- Mrs. Joseph Cruz sailed last for druggist is authorized to guarantee
nles this season though there are still night for Miami where she will I Better Wares, $5.00 and up Creomulsion and to refund your
plenty 1 to meet all needs at reasonable money if you are not satisfied with
remain during the winter season.
MRS. MILLER
prices. results from the very first bottle.
HATCHERYEXPECT TUESDAYNEW Here are three menus planned to 407 South Street Phone 574.. I Get Creomulsion right now. (AdrJFAUSTO'S hi d1
i suit graded budgets. Mrs. E. W. Gray wife of i __ I ;
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I Low Cost Dinner Switchman Gray of the Florida i ---- -

OPERATION OF PRO OFFICIALS WILL TAKE Veal Chops with Rice and Tomatoes East Coast Railway yard forcesin ,
I Mashed Rutabaga Turnips Miami, and two children, left
Bread and Butter
JECT WILL BEGIN IN UP REIGNS OF GOVERNMENT Apple Tapioca Padding last night for Miami to remain CASH GROCERYPacker

I Tea or Coffee Milk for the season. i
SHORT TIME FOR TERM I
I Medium Cost Dinner
I :Mrs. J. F. Leach, wife of Chief
Braised Chuck Roast Mashed Potatoes and Virginia Streets (Old Location). Phone 48
: Engineer J. F. Leach of the P.
Glazed Onions Green Bean
Ceremonies of into I
Though no definite announce inducting
I I I[I, Bread and Butter and O. S. S. Company, left last I II IN
office the !
has FERA candidates who were I Coconut Cream Cake I
ment been made
at elected Tuesday, will be held next:l!;I Tea or Coffee Milk night for Miami en route to Fort PREMIER FANCY RUN OF THE GARDEN -

headquarters, it is confidentally .i Lauderdale after visiting for a PEAS 8 Can 2 for ___ 15c
the
I Tuesday night in city hall beginning Very Special Dinner j oz. ,
expected that authorization will: at 8 o'clock. few days with friends PREMIER SPINACH 8 oz. Can 2 for loc
I Consomme I ,
be received few days to start I
operating the in a crawfish hatchery'I today This by announcement Mayor-Elect was Harry made C.I Baked Crown Staffed Roast Potatoes of Pork with Cauliflower Apples Ernest P. Roberts and mother,, PIMIENTOS, 8 oz. Can, 2 for ____ 15c .

Stuffed Celery! Salad Mrs. Charlotte Roberts, left last N {Is
in connection with the Key West Gal r, and Leo Warren, president Rolls and Butter APRICOTS and SEEDLESS GRAPES, 1 .

aquarium. I of the retiring city council body. Fruit Crackers Cheese night for Miami en route to Mr.Roberta' .I 8 oz. Can 2 for ________ 15c
When George W. Davis, of the Coffee home in Homestead.
: CORN 11 Can ... 9c
state conservation commission,'paraphernalia for the hatchery, lit I MONARCH oz. __ h.-

was in this city some weeks ago, he |checked it and found it usable. t\lONARCIIIDIA: BEANS,-11 oz. Can 9c kept in our all metal ICE

gave this matter much thoughtand t I (It is understood that the intention -, .,' ,; 1 CHILI SAUCE; oz. Can --....--.- 9c REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and
went into all details coring 1 is to utilize the building at 1 healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
HEINZ SOUPSS Can 3 for _. 25c
oz.. _
the project. t the corner of Whitehead and| "Boy! I can I ? m. ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
JELLY lb.
ESTRELLA'GUAVA 3
Biologist Emory Pierce in Front streets to carry on the : LA absolutely airtight.

charge of the aquarium, went sev-j hatching of crawfish and possibly r '. Box 25c

eral days ago to Perky Fla.! ,I I stone crabs. j breathe now I PUSSYWTtLLOW SOFT TOILET Tl. $30.00 and $35.00EASY
where there is stored some of the '
SUE, 4 Rolls ,_. ---m.--- --.--.-..- 15c TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
MONROE THEATERJoan BENJAMIN LOPEZ j 1 Just a few drops of Wicks Va-tro-nol op I

I FUNERAL HOME each nostril reduces swollen membranes, 't ; MANY MORE\ BARGAINS FOR' OUR CUSTOMERS Display At-
Blondell-Glenda Farrell I in I ::1II J dear stuffiness, brings prompt relief. -
WE ARE IN THE MONEYS =: Serving Key West Used in *time helps prevent many colds. / : AT CONFIDENTIAL PRICES

I Lionel Barrymore-Helen Mackin Half Century I COME AND SAVE: Thompson Ice Company Inc.
24 Hoar Ambulance Service-
Matinee The Return of Peter Orchestra Grimm i Licensed EmbalmerPhone II VICKS VATRONOLKEGUIA j Large Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables I PHONE NO. 8C

: Balcony, lOc
;
135 Night 696V.r SIZE SOC DOUBLE QUANTITY SOc I
15-20c; Night: 15-25c




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