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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 22, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I -For AfMdated 65 Years Service.Frew Devoted Day.to Win the I tEtJ; t.cp: W. tS.t (Qtttt3tIl! t t I most Key country West equable; with Florida weather an, average has in th the* I



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VOLUME LVI. No. 278. KEY WEST, FLORIDA,. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




South Sea Fears Of Japan's 'STAMP I AND COIN" MENTIONS.JITI'ATIII'.I'I INCIDENT EQUIPMENT AT 1 PAUL F. MILLER Open Criticism Of Duce


EXPOSmONiHASBEEN DURING KEY'STORM LOCAUBAEWAYYARD7REMOYED MUCH IMPRESSED



Aims Made Known By Envoy POSTPONEDEVENT Clipped column from in Walter Kansas Wiachsll's City- 'WITH\ KEY WESTHEAD By Vienna City Official


._ I paper, pasted postal card --
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WILL TAKE PLACE 'and sent-to'rhe Citizen i i. .a LAST LOAD'OF 'MACHINERY OF REAL ESTATE PROP- Arouses Austrian Regime
Diplomat On "GoodwillMission" APPROVE FUND TOREPAIRJflGHWAYS paragraph which reads as fol-

LATHER PART OF JANUARY lows: ROLLING STOCK: AND OTHER ERTIES OF GUARANTY-

The other Sunday night .
Makes --
SurveyOf INSTEAD OF DECEMBER AS EQUIPMENT SENT TO TRUST CO. OF NEW YORK
we realized that Mr. and Mrs.

Many Problems Involved PLANNEDThe America probably would PORT EVERGLADESAll VISITOR TO CITIZEN OFFICE ANOTHER APPEAL I Fearless Commentator Em.

t agree with oar selection for


TALLAHASSEE, Nov. International Stamp and called him preacher Jones a machinery, mechanical Paul F. Miller, in charge of real
I negro of 70 deaf and dumb. Stating Italian Ad.
.-Harry L. Hopkins, Coin Exposition which was sched- estate properties of the Guaranty
uled to be held December 5, Daring that horrible hurricane equipment and rolling stock of the
By GLENN BABB Federal WPA chief, noti- on down the Keys, Trust Co., of New York, with ex- Ins Ass..rated Press) Is
on
venture UnpopularBy
6, 7 and 8, 1935, will be postponed -
tat Ass.rated ITriul Preacher Jones tied himself Florida East Coast Railway which tensive hololngs l in Key West, wasa JACKSONVILLE, Fla., I
TOKYO. Nov 22.-Japan's fied Governor David until January 23, 24, 25 and '
visitor in The Citizen office
26, 1936 Commodore von Mietk- around a telegraph pole and was located at Key West terminals Nov. 22.-Congressman J.
southern island neighbors the Sholtz that, allocation: of then held on tightly to Edna i recently
Liuba H. D. W. stated
today. ROBERT F. SCHILD BACH
and Jane Parker 5 and 6 has been removed the last be- Arriving in this city by way of Mark Wilcox said the
Philippines and Dutch East Indies $300,000 had been ap- Mayor Harry C. Galey and the the last Mr. tar wUt4 Press
i years old, all through the highway Tuesday present policy of VIENNA. Nov. Ernst Karl
govern- -
Retail Merchants Association ing loaded and taken the
en- on '
are afraid they lie .in the proved for repairing night. If he hadn't they away Miller lost little time discoveringfor
dorse the postponement and feel : himself the city's possibilities ment feeding in Key Westin Winter vice-burgomaster of
might have perished with the Ferry J. R. Parrott last night
and restoring
pathway of a Japanese program highways, that an activity of this size and !
of future that will fa-
others in their The a compare
family. few will
a years-- .cost Vienna and fearless commentator
of southward expansion, said Katsuji communications to Key important should be reserved! for children are white daughters sailing for Port Everglades. vorably with the glories of the
the full swing of the tourist season I than and
more $6,000,000. on political matters, embarrassedthe
Debuchi former ambassadorto West. the Commodore announces, ,of a fisherman. We run the> From there, it is understood, past.Neither
... : "resort" for the
as a
because Preacher asked
and states that a number of individuals story now I the ferry is to go to Mobile to completion of federal government by writ-
semiprivate
Washington on his return from Jones who couldn't hear it, I flitting tourist nor as a -
also expressed their approval be placed in drydock for annual i estate for the ultra- the overseas highway Leg publicly that "the Italian adventure -
might haTe it shown to him.
official of the South Seas. CHIEFCOUNSELWPFON
tour
an of postponement until Jan- overhaul and repairs and upon
Miller
wealthy, does Mr. see our .
I gaps. ia Ethiopia is highly on-
will sail for Port Everglades
completion It is in that
The
rotund and jovial diplomatwho uary.The .l'I'.I'.lI"" # greatest opportunity.
held the Washington post \ [ 'VISIT hurricanes.'with the re- to commence regular I great and constantly increasing The congressman,added popular i in Austria."
sulting unsettled conditions and COMPLETELY MOTORIZED service between that point and I *
middle class whi has earned
that the project has been This frank
from 1928 to 1933 and tried to Havana. expression was so
interrupted transportation could and can indulge t. i well-deserved
make the United States take a TO KEY WESTLEE not be foreseen when plans were IIA W AII.-A recent military J. D. Aldrich, car foreman who ani-restful qukho., reared in pronounced economically critical of an authoritary regime

sympathetic view of Japanese ex- begun for this event. It is be- pageant at Scholfield Barracks was stationed at Key West term- middle-class erican homes sound by U. S. engineers
which has allied itself with
closely
pansion on the continent was on lieved that this Exposition will bea 'here showed the Hawaiian divi- inals, sailed on the Parrott for I have no imper _ve need for resort -

the )'! PRESSMAN. ACCOMPANIED worthwhile'' educational and cultural sion of the army to be completely -, Miami to take up his assignmentof : I i night-life that Mr. Miller and said a check of traf- 'Italy that police! promptly confiscated
a "goodwill mission" to Philippines addition to the attractionsof motorized. The army mule I duty in the yards of the com t r
sees a steady accretion to the fic showed would
it
New Zealand Australia and be the little magazine in
BY HIS WIFE EXPECTTO Key West anJ the hope has had vanished. pany.
abiding prosperity of Key West.
the Dutch Indies. I II
'Deluded REMAIN IN CITY FOR bton expressed that it will becomean -, --- ._ "There can be no question" he self liquidating. i which Winter had aired his view.
Calls Leaders
I annual feature of the tourist
r said, "regarding the lifeprolonging l Winter was appointed to his
He told the Japanese press that FEW DAYS season.
qualities of climate it is
your ;
leaders in the new Philippines In the meantime work will, ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS unsurpasr .ble. Fishing the one l BOOKLETS ON I post by the late Chancellor Doll-

commonwealth and in the Dutch continue on the Philatelic Museum.: [sport with a universal lure ,for I fuss who told him to bring about

colonies "labor under certain de- Twenty-four frames have been donated ]t !' reconciliation former
Lee Pressman chief counsel for i young and old, waits for one on KEYVEST\ ARE.WIDELY a between
lusions with regard to Japan's and the actual work of )I every hand." l socialist workers awl the. govern

policy of advance in the southern the Works Progress Administration mounting and f-aming the stamps Happenings That Affect'the Dinner Pails, Dividend I Mr. Miller believes that thereis '[ ment. He has been attempting to

Pacific." has already begun. The Philatelic, Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National an opportunity for profitable READ
Washington, D. C., and Mrs. i pacify the socialists but nts political -
"An exaggerated view of our Museum of Key West is public, investment in the building of 'I
( and International Problems Insep- ; ] irequenUy
expansion in the southern seas Pressman are in the city spend- property, the Commodore ad ( small comfortable, modern homesin : independence haa
the chan
the vises. arable From Local WelfareFew caused uneasiness w
prevails in the Philippines and close proximity to the beaches MANY LET1.IRS RECEIVEDAT
islands controlled by Holland" he ing a few days seeing the attrac- cellery.
and that homes
such would
readily KEY WEST ADMINIS-I'r "The Ethiopian policy of Italy,"
said, adding to prevail: "Misunderstandingsseemed and implyingthat tions here ,and the results of therehabilitation OUTLINE MOSQUITO t industries enter a new)'market for steel rubber, plate find occupants drawn from among Winter wrote, "has created a

I glass nickel mohair and !leather prosperous farmers and manu- TRATION OFFICE REQUESTING
Japan has no intention of ..program. year of business attended by much; -1 I wide gap between J&agtaad andi
facturers of the nation, men who !
I It is the directly and
o' source. OPsFOLtElt tal7..bidI-tW demoteStress
harming h island neighbors in CONTROLPROGRAM publicity as the automobile dodsistry. COPIES i "
raen-iV when wish
course her rise 'dominance Mr. md Mrs. Pressman: came to I Indirectly; of,000,000 jobs-:oneI they say they the irrational clement in
the of to The annual sh'ow. startingin to come south for winter of rest I
of all the a
eighth gainfully em-
in the eastern Key West at the invitation of M. I Italian fascism is still prevalent.
ocean. Detroit and spreading thenceto j ployed in the nation according to and recuperation, and who find
director i "Italian fascism for the sake
district WPA |
E. -
In Australia and New Zealand Gilfond
of size in the I little of either in fashionable re- Advertising and pictorial booklets -
TO US CARRIED ON UNDER every city any j the U. S. News. of colonial adventure behind
Debuchi said he found friendliness who has known them for is national atten- sorts where the theory obtains that I a
country given i i It is a prime example of efficiency of the local administration which the prestige of a single person -
toward Japan with "all for- Today Mr. Gilfond DIRECTION OF FLORIDA I tion. This held two the visitor is incapable of I
year's show
many years. I Iis i in production and distri- portraying Key West in pictures "i stands, does not hesitate to
mer misunderstandings arising showing them some of the ERA UNIT months ahead of the normal time .I' bution-efficiency that was forced ing himself; must be amus-J ; the of Europe at stake.
from our Manchurian policy dis- and stories are the subject of many [ put peace
things upon which Key West is J and grandiloquently entitled I on it by depression, It costs ceasingly-must pay for l I Says Due Ignores History
pelled. "Motordom Parade," has received amusement. Nowhere else in the letters sent to the offices by recipients '
on | a lot less to make andsell. a good I
and r "After due consideration of all
so '
tourist appeal a
Philippines Need Markets basing its I, and deserved even more [i car now than it dfdlin:1929, and United States is there such at from all. ovet; tbe country (
A of control political,, militaryM economic
Debuchi who visited Manila in many of the other interesting' fea- and eradication program has mosquito been -: than usual notice. It seems to be i a large part of thai i leaving; naturally happy combination: of climate a and demands forrep lat :.con- i aspects the Itiliib_ adventure

August, emphasized that Japan in tures of the city:" by the Florida ERA for approved Mon : the'opinion'or every business publication -,i goes to.the b Oyer. environment as found,here in K dj signments are Leiil ;received. 'F, must be* :T regarded: as aboard. Mite

her relations with the Philippines The Washington visitors ar- roe county. This was announcedthis I and commentator that the I From the standpoint of the motorist West. daily: J ? isolini '.today,, take the. same al-

through the next 10 years must last night automobile is leading America the new automobiles! A sure-fire asset to this com- :
rived over the highway morning and work will get From R. B. Kessler, head of the LtUude towards Ethiopia which
affront I back to Other indus- I the munity would be a free city, like
avoid causing uneasiness or recovery. cording: to experts are aC'1 I
will I
and will probably be here A few under way Monday. There England took towards Transvaal,
to the still sovereign United : tries are likewise going ahead- ter, on a dollar for. dollar Danzig. Poland but the opposi- Miami chamber of commerce: ,
at the be 13 men employed on the pro- ; or France towards Marocco, withi -
quests
days. They are i
States. such as the electric, which than anything he was able to tion to this plan would be too comes a request for more of the
iat.FELLOWSHIP:. out i however, remembering thathalf
"Japan's relations with the islands Hotel ject.A. I'y reached a new all-time I; before. Cars are larger faster,i i great to overcome, thinks :Mr.! booklets as the 20 copies sent a
C. Tanner, in charge of sanitation ;I a century has by and
.i but not in profits.recent-I' I and since that short time have been distri- gone
during the commonwealth I output more luxurious more powerful. I Il\filler. eventuality ago
activities in Key West i j that a thing has happened
many
period must take full cognizanceof \ CLUB this morning pointed out that it .I the automobile is in a class I Safety features abound. More ., seems beyond grasp a free port,; buted and others are being asked in the meantime.
I self economically f'peakinst-no and gadgets some useful !I to be the most desirable for. .
American opinion, and the more ; appears g 'i
than week be- i
will be
more one I I[ "It's a dangerous play which 'IIDuce'
three nations nwst cooperate other industry today provides so I, some of dubious value put in an|tI objective of this island after the) Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
DEGREES fore citizens! will be able to notice has made and it end in
along lines of mutual concession," PUTS ON appreciable results from the I rich and large a market for raw I appearance. The trend toward:! housing requirements have bt enl merce sends in a request for 500 i[ catastrophe for his may if his
he Said. and finished! materials of a thousand : streamlining continues, and one i I' attained. j more of the booklets as so manyof ; reign
campaign. For the past two 'I r' plans fail to be realized."
"It must be admitted however, and one kinds. Result of I maker has come out with the so-, As a result of his visit l'r.1!| those who have received em
months there has been no work of I Austria's
situat.ionI
that after independence the Philip- INTERESTING SESSION OF will I that fact is obvious: If the automobile I called 'scar of the future" a],! Miller will advise his company not i are asking for others to be .sent i I| Considering
this kind in the city hence it from the view that the
point of
pines, which hitherto have found industry does well. a I i tear-drop affair with the engine ;:: to liquidate their holdings here,, to relatives- frieWds''l''Mher
I take little time before efects! I
a
the chief outlet for their productsin ORGANIZATION HELD gion of other industries share i i in the rear and with movable j I II I but to bank on a definite pros tections: of ,t /F1.ui'tryJ. I I' League of Nations decided on eco-
will be felt. le'l
sanctions
nomic
seek I the improvement all the I chairs inside the body instead of I II porous t future as a result of the These letters speak in highest which may gradu-
the United States. must
and
LAST NIGHT Lack of control activities I I turn to
!( ally military sanctions
from the*mill which provides t I fixed seats, Other makers have developments sure to come when' terms of the descriptive matter
other markets. Economic difficulties I i
I the recent rains are given as the I I I Winter came to the conclusion
materials for to the farther than did and the
will the I upholstery gone they ever ; the road to the mainland is as- illustrations pronouncing
beset
probably which
causes! for the mosquitoes | !|that there is other
I repair shop which services your j in the past to make their 'cars j;:: product "wonderfully fine work no possibility
future of the independent Philip- I Work in the Fellowship De- I have been noticed lately. i t I i for Austria "but to stand solidly
fleet and advanced and to increase I t lOne of the units of the real and exceptionally'fine advertising.
pine state. a I asshown the members of I The month's program is expected car.Greatest es- with both feet and without restrictions -
pi ee. by automobile year wa their economy and ef f i-j'tate holdings of the .
---- the Boys' Fellowship Club at their I to reduce to an appreci- II 1929. when 5,621,715 cars came ciency. |I Trust Co. is the Key West Guaranty Investment -| J. L Coates. of the Auto Own- I in the League of Na-
able of
extent the number
mosquitoes
EIGHTEEN COME I meeting last night, proved enter- off the assembly lines. Depression Interesting fact is the narrowing -' Co., of which Fred Dion ers Insurance Company, Touring tions' front.I .
taining and instructive to the and possilly eliminating brought an amazing drop cnlmiiiMing -1 I of the spread between price'!' is Jocal representative. Bureau .wishes to thank the WPA i I "What ever may happen toI

HERE ON PLANE I members and candidates. I I them entirely. in the 1932 low of 1- of cars in the low and high-cost I I Mr.. Miller left Thursday over offices for "the very attractive I I fascist Italy goes the sad... glory ofi

Bascom L. Grooms jr., Albert 431,000 cars produced, when almost brackets excluding the cars of; the highway en' route to New}! folders of Key West which we I i having started a new war which

t Cash and George F. Lowe were I I!TWO CASES HEARD every maker was in serious the $5,000-$15.000 class. There:: York. have just received. I| may develop into a second world

the club members selected for the difficulties, and several were has been very little change in the I "The description and splendid .i war.

SIX RESERVATIONS HAD!, demonstration, and those in(' forced thrown intricate financial price of cars in the lowestpriceclass. 'i pictures set forth the charms of I Nazis Also Denounce Italy

I charge of the impressively inter-:1t IN COURT TODAY letrjrsnization;: in order to avoid Medium-priced cars have PETTINGILLS COME your city and make us in the "Italy again is driven by the

BEEN MADE AT NOON FOR I esting degrees, agreed the I :I bankruptcy. Nineteen t irty.i been made a little cheaper. And I Touring Bureau wish that we too !;: same insatiability which: drove the

OUTGOING TRIP I dates stood the tests candi-j i(three saw production:: approach th? in the higher-priced group there HERE FOR WINTER might experience the delights of ; then nationalistic Italy into the

I I The members are planning, it COURT ORDERED RECESS, 2.000,000 mark and in 1934 2. have been a number of drastic your island. I.i world war after it had safely determined

: was said last night on arranging 1 1I I 869,000 cars were male. This year cuts. That naturally makes competition "We are grateful to you for the winning aide, and

a number of baskets of comestibles TAKEN UNTIL TOMORROW estimated production is still more tense than in HEAD OF supplying us with such splendid which also induced this same Italy
FAMILY AND
this SON
Plane arrived from Miami 3.735.CCO'1
I
list,< to be given Thanksgiving Day to i iI O'CLOCK That is still a long way I the past. As :Mr.! Public goes literature to place in the handsof to counteract the peace feelers ex-
with full MORNING
morning passenger i some of the poor and needy' 10 1929 peak-but in other ways,i down automobile row he is going PAID CALL AT THE CITIZEN those who contemplate visiting, tended towards France by the

of 18 as follows: I I families. i tia! industry i is- very close to the I to have a hard time making a I Key West. i i Austrian Emperor Charles throughthe
Jcr- I YESTERDAY
Delores Cervantes, Ruby
i I Negotiations are now underway boom leveL I I choice. I mediation of Prince Status of

man, Marjorie Key, Vaness-a Collins -| it was stated at the meeting, At a brief session of criminal The, industry, for example is, The market .is still; dominated!I I 1 TENDER"GOES :(i Bourbon."

-',' Kenneth Disbennett William i for the boys to secure their own court held this morning Enrique providing; almost ,93 many jobs I by .Ford and General Motors.1 LIGHT Another rebuke for the gov-

E. Stroup, Walter Wirick. Ken-. hall in which to hold meetings and Lopez: entered a plea of guilty toa now as i it did' an..1029.Its which produce by far' the greaterper I Congenial callers at The Citi- !.I ernment's pro-Italian policy came

neth Weatherwax, Antoinette I entertainments. Meetings are charge: of reckless driving. wage :I level; both. on an cent of all cars made. Independents zen office yesterday were FrankT. TO TAMPA from the outlawed but still active -

Thompson Harry J. Whitmarsh,[ now being held in the Knights of Judge J. Vining Harris suspended hourly and weekly basis is higher. such as Chrysler Pack- Pettingill, retired city clerk of : Austrian nazis.: In a pam-

James Yonge Margaret Yonjre: 1 Pythias hall on Fleming street. sentence as the defendant had ,' ard, Nash. Auburn Hudson must I Ev rett. Mass., and his son who i i phlet, distributed in Vienna and

Harry Schaffer. Forres.t Gay. Fred paid for damages to the car injured Its profits are] twicees largeas operate in the' small per cent remaining -i with Mrs. Pettingill are in Key ': throughout the provinces the

Wallace, Oscar Lounders Sylvia by his recklessness. a year ,ago,,,and .are coming Some think that the: West for the winter' season. Tender Ivy}) of the lighthouse Austrian Hitlerites condemned the

C Hancock. James C. Hancock.At i I EXCURSION TO Herman Lopez was arraignedon within shooting" distance of the immediate future will witness Inroads -: The family arrived Tuesdayover department, arrived yesterday i i r Italian policy towards Ethiopia.

noon today six reservationshad a charge: of assault and battery prosperous-day experience.It by independents on the I' the highway after traveling morning and 4 o'clock in the afternoon -: "Italian troops, in the midst of

been made for the north- MIAMI PLANNED to which the defendant r provides the largest single "Big Two's" corner. leisurely south, stopping at pointsof sailed for Tampa to await 1: peace, have crossed the frontier

bound trip at 4 o'clock. rleaded guilty. The court deliv- .. ---- interest, but always with Key the arrival of Deputy Commissioner -, of another member of the Leagueof

-- -- I ciad: a Icvture ta the prisoner and I West as their destination. of Lighthouses Charles: Nations." the pamphlets stated.

suspended: sentence during good Located at one of the commodious Park. ;i,I

REGULAR SATURDAY NITE i I An excursion otfer to :Miami behavior. I ORDER YOUR TURKEYS camps in the city. Mr. The official is now making regular EXCURSION BY BUS

I by bus is made in an advertise- The case_against Herman Roberts cat7: tingill said they have a inspection: of the Eighth

I DANCETOMORROW i j men I on the front page of today's (Crip) was nol pressed providing I, Now to size be Sure want to get the $e..ram.$ I able pot! shady and cooled pet-I I District: with headquarters in Key West to Miami, _
yea ; and when inspection ROUND TRIP nh' $6.00
breezes. Orleans, the
I paper. A few passengers will be the accused paid all costsin JaJk delightful He New -
NIGHTABANAMADRID I 8 TO 15 LBS. ; Nov. 26 to Doc. 2
the the Uncompleted will proceed
| taken as far as St. Augustine. easeJudge express family's thanks
CLUB' Excursionists will leave here Harris then announced Fulford's Poultry Farm I WHISKIES AND GINS 'I the bouquet of beautiful to Tampa board the Ivy and make, Limited spaoo to St. Augustmo -

1 I' ...__....._...... $10.50
bloom.j inspection of the Seventh District u.
SCRIPT $1.00 November 26 and return December fomal recess until tomorrow Phone 880 I Deliver presented by the Key an -
2. morning 10 o'clock. t den Club. headquarters in Key West.; Call 51 For Reservation

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It ep mfst_ I[ MR. PYNCHON'S JOB [ Well! He Did Catch Something .t.tI l I- TODAY'S I ITemperature

Published Pally Except 3rUy By It is difficult to conceive of the prob- WEATHER.
TUB C1TI1..!. PUBMSHm CO. IXC.
I_ P, ARTSt., PI-. hat lems which must confront E. A. Pynchon, .tt ------- -- -
JOB ALLEA. Asstetaat B Manager 1 .* in south and central portions tonight
From The Citizen .>*i?....ngCorner : State Works Progress Administrator, in TS 1'c 1I t i Highest .-.? ... 80 and in extreme south! portico
Greene and Ann Street the task before him. To him go the com- 60Y. I Lowest .. --..._.:68 Saturday; colder Saturday
Mean .'._ .-.._74 and in north and central portions > -
Only Dally Newspaper In B" r W"t and Monroe plaints, the big questions which cannot be I! al'-i -._.73aainUll tonight! ; light frost in ex.
County.
answered locally, and the applications for cN\I treme. northwest portion tonight
Entered: at Key West, Florida. a. second clan matter Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. weather clears.Jacksonville .

FIFTY-SIXTn YEAR WPA projects, additional personnel, and, Normal Precipitation: .. .06 Ins. to Florida Straits:

Mentor .t tae As..elaN Free fio doubt, hundreds of other questions and L I ..TaU. .rrrord. ft .Vtorit_v.r.Ihi..rnl.g.: -".r .erl4Halt Gentle to moderate shifting winds
the Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to nee t i I Tomorrow's AIou.ae oecoraing moderate northerly and
for ret:3l.jScitio* at ail news dispatches' credited tot problems. LL + l.l / Sun rises .. 6:49: a. m. 'mostly overcast: weather tonight
: Jr not otherwise eredited In. this paper and also West is 11 Sun sets .. 5:38 and Saturday with occasional
the local new published bere.NTlONAL Key a long way from Jack- p. m.
i Moon rises 4<<:32 a. m. showers.
EDITORIAL) sonville, but one can visualize the hurried WA t ft"I + I i Moon !lets ......... _.... 3:49 p. m. East Gulf: Gentle to moderate

u ASSOCIATION. movements in the State office, the need of I I Tomorrows Tide. shifting winds beeomnig moderate
_: f" t:: rtrma.et. / 9JSBVB4CRIPTI0N I I A.JJ. P.M. northerly and mostly overcast
constantly changing one's mental frame, 'i. High ......._._._... $:28 7:45 weather with occasional showers;

Tear _.... _-. -_.._:. RTE9on U* and thought from one district's problemsto Low .._..._..u__.._ 1:56 1:20 ;aver south portion tnig-jt aD.1 l lover
fifr Months _...._:::.:.... .-:- 6::0 Barometer 8 a. m. today extreme smith portion Sat-
One Tkre Month Month 1..51.15 those of another, involving, or"course, I ci + Sea level, 29.98. urday.

Weakly ., -20 .
new conditions and different obstacles.Yet I WEATHER CONDITIONS
.l.DTEJlTUIXQ RATES WEATMEH FORECAST
despite the burden of the affairsof
Hade known on application. low
j Pressure is relatively over
SPECIAL NOTICE nine districts in the Florida Works (Till 8 p. m.. Saturday) j j j I I the southeastern Gulf of Mexico.
An reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of I Progress Administration: Pynchon I Key West and Vicinity: Mostly' Key West, 29.98 inches, and high
renpert.. obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at
cloudy with occasional showers I IMo.tly It l|I throughout most sections of the
the of It cents line.
rata a
to act consulting
Notices for entertainments by churches from which agreed as engineer on }i country east of the! Rocky Moon.tainl .
ft revenue Is to be derived are S' cents a line. I Key West's sewer collection and disposaland r .
; e'= with &; high pressure area
The 3itlie Is aa open forum and InTltes discussion l4fi t
of public issues and subjects of local or general water distribution plant. Besides giv- \ .- v I crested over the northern Plains
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi States and Mississippi
cations. ing hours hours of personal attentionto upper
upon //II \ Valley, Huron, S. D, 30.40 inch-
the peculiar problems of Key West, he L: I S II r \ I j es. Snow has occurred during th*
% ) : '
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WETTADVOCATED has consented to give additional time and 1- 1.1& 'I i last 24 hours in portions of the!
j ii| Lake region, and there. have been
BY THE CITIZEN thought to this major project of Key West.A ( --=-- r thunderstorms in west-central

man of twenty-five years engineering -- i| Floiida. Colder weather has overspread -

1. Water and Sewerage. experience in Florida, many of which : -.-===- II/i .J ,? .]1 i! Ohio the upper Valleys Mfewwippi, Lake region and
Mower
.
were spent on jobs similar to the sewer Cloody I,
and West Gulf States with zeroi
2. Bridges to cO..l.pletetoad to Main i
land. project here, Mr. Pynchon is well qualifiedto tonight and Saturday; gentle: temperatures in Minnesota, while

serve; but he could not have been expected shifting winds beeoming moderate readings: are generally near oj -
j above the seasonal in the
SFree Port. northerly. 1 average
to this additional burden
assume
Florida: Cloudy with, showers I Atlantic and East Gulf States.
f 4. Hotels and Apartments. I without recompense other than the gloryof ... --. .--
5. Bathing Pa.ilion. accomplishment. He is serving as con- 1.----

, 6. Airports-Land and ..P.&. sulting engineer without compensation, I
WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
7. Consolidati i of County ODd City either from the project or from any other

Governments. funds The Citizen is informed. Local Committee for Key West
I I
;M;1J, / ""M.J/
Hesitant to express their appreciation Date ...-.____
end equally inarticulate in their cen- .. ..
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Be critical-of yourself.
sure, once Key Western feel their interests rians end sigh for the time whenI the Key West Fire Department,'i TO THE EDITOR:

are conserved, they will show their grati- KEY WEST IN I shall again be with them. j j jI j recently underwent an operation*tI r
the
have in perpetuating
Where there is no vision, the oculist tude unstintingly, and Mr. Pynchon will 1 I I in a :Miami Hospital His numerous i ii i iI' Wishing to a part
should be consulted.The DAYS GONE BY i /friends i wish for him a speedy rei memory of one of our'most beloved and useful
find this community deeply grateful for Editorial comment: If it is trueI I'

his personal interest, and once the job to Happenings Here Jutt 10 Yean I that history repeats itself, the i I,'I covery. citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of
chiselers : Ago Today A. Taken Prom 1 kings and queens who die ,I ---- I _.to the Will Rogers Memorial
seem to Je; getting it which he has dedicated himself is a fait 11ow-1 >
The File. Of The Cit zeB j adays may pass away with j I i
where the turkey got the .xe. aeompli he will be accorded enthusiastic surance that they will be dug up;, Frank H. Ladd former mayor!i Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
_._, ( world-wide of Key West, left last night for :ii
and notoriety
---- approbation from a warm hearted peo The coast guard has despatchedtwo I j, about given three thousand years from' Miami to attend the "Deeper Inland !i i others from Key West and will go without any

Political dopesters are again busy ple. patrol boats to the assistanceof i! date. Waterways convention which, deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
the Schooner Harry G. Deer- meets today. He heads the local 1'
picking out
presidential impossibilities.
I'I' I.' also without deduction the Me-
expended as
ing in a leaky condition five delegation which will attend the any
SUPPORT KEY WEST MERCHANTSThe E. Reyes manager: of Baby Re- .
miles southwest of Alligator Reef that will; meeting. Captain Clark D. Stearns: morial Committee may determine.
Newspapers, like judges, put their Light. The Deering is about 75 yes announces Frankie Rubia Baby in Miami representing the navy, will leave i if i
'ears to the before tit, miles from here according to dispatches meet j I I t<,",orrow. V. A. Johnson president ..
ground -y make their best trading period of the year is received by Captain John; Thursday evening. From Miami he 1[ of the real estate association I j Name ---.w.-r.-
'
charges. at hand. Key West merchants have their G. Berry. The vessel is leaking will go to Palm Beach to meet an; of West will leave this
Key morn
:;
....
I :; opponent yet to be selected. Gus. Address --........ -
about one foot each hour. The.
ing.
stocks well filled, they have gone to distant -. three masted schooner Horace M.; Reyes. of Key West, will also meet I
'
T Politicians before election believe markets and invested their money on with one of the well known East I N3SPECIAL
Bickford is adrift off Tortngas, Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
:Strongly in free speech. f' ce in office, the chance that they can guess what their waterlogged and floundering. The) Coast scrappers during the week.; weekly.

Ihey decry it. trade wants and on the belief that the peo- tanker Olean rescued the crew. j' !I \ -
The Elks dance to be given to-
ple of Key West, before buying elsewherewill morrow evening at Aronovitz Hall I Ii i!C.l'I'.tITI'III'.lIIII'.III''I.I'4

"The reason why Auierkans) lose so at least, visit them to i inspect their offerings W. L. Bates, of'the Gulf Key i i promises to be one of the best attended -

much money to stock swindlers is that so .* Realty company, announces the i: events of its kind given at
sale of the of Whitemarsh i that popular dancing place in
corner I II !
many Americans are willing to get some- All that local merchants can ask from Lane and Petronia streets for Mo-I many weeks if the number of I OFFER

thing that doesn't belong to them.A local buyers is that they be given an oppor- dista Alfonso to Herbert Dennisonof tickets sold can be taken as a criterion. $

tunity to sell their wares. They should not, Connecticut. Located on the' All members of the local
i lodge and a number of visiting
newspaper is truly mirror. It and do not, expect to them property is a grocery store. Some
a reflects anyone pay time ago Mr.: Bates sold Mr. Den-! Elks and their families are to at-
with unfailing accuracy whatever i three dollars where two dollars will buy nison's father a place on Elizabeth!: tend. No pains have been spared tijjji'I1'Lsig1&7DW&i12]
4
comes before it. If it did not, the reflection the same thing. In fact, they hasten to street. t to make the affair a complete sucj -
j the committee which is
would be camouflage-deception.We add, is never the case. In fact, the slight I ress composed say! of Ed Freyberg L. R.:i

savings which some people think they Key West is a gem. /t wonderful -i Warner. C. Larry Gardner, Lieutenant -

haven't the perspicacity to understand make by trading through the mail is very country and charming people.So .1! Thomas James and Carl
writes T. Scott Root of Phila-1 Stier. .1
General Hugh Johnson. He denounces often imaginary.Men ,; I
delphia who recently returned --
the New Deal in one breath and and women in Key West can try home from this city and wrote toa Wireless messages received last

praises President Roosevelt in another, jet 'I this out for themselves. All that they have number of friends he made dur-. night stated that the Steamship

the New Deal is the president'sbrainehild.Criticism I to do is to visit the local business houses ing his stay. "With the advent of Susherico was aground, today at! "
pipe water, the oversea highwayand Punta de Maternillos, Cuba. Messages .
of the offspring reflects disparagingly -1 and give them a chance to meet competi other improvements Key West received later srfowed that 1Jf .

:! on the parent. / .! .tion. However, be fair. Pay cash and do must surely come 'irttp its:own. :7;[ assistance} was' being sent from ij ... .

> : not expect extras that never go with a mail sit here and recall meeting: such Miami,"'Tla. I ; 1 v
W. R. Porter,; -
An employe who never says anything order price. These include various formsof splendid Clark D.men Stearns as : Johnson Broth i! Letters to members of his

against the man by whom he is employedor clever service and assistance, but theyare I ers, President Grooms. Captain r!; family in Key West advise that r

the business with which he is connected the strong assets of buying at home. :Maher and other sterling RoU-, Leo Bowers, former electrician of;;

when attacked No mail them into -. -- i
is equally disloyal with package ever brought 1-- -- i iI

the employe who openly denounces his 1 Key West.

boss or the business that gives him a liveli- CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF i

hood. Both attitudes deserve denunciation. DANGEROUS TO PEDESTRIANSDeaths
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
.
from automobile accidents are KEY WEST .

At last soneone has broached the sub- divisible in two major classifications: (a) .. at the close of basins November 1, 1935, I 4 O

ject of the construction: of the bridges directly those involving pedestrians and (b) those Comptroller's Call

to President Roosevelt Representative involving occupants of automobiles only. RESOURCESLoans n

Wilcox was the m n to bring this I Both of these include the innocent as wellas I and Investments_ $ 304,746.10 o

about and now Th. Citizen believes we the culpable.In Overdrafts __.____ 89.14 I ; =
Sanklnr House. Furniture
arc approaching the end of the trail and attempting to solve the automobile end Fixtures ,33,920.16

the beginning of the completion: of the menace care should be first directed to the Stock: of the Federal Reserve .' i # S
._
Bank 4,500.00
'
road to the mainland.In protection of the pedestrian, who, com- Federal iT&fnplSraTy" Deposit J I'

pelled to walk, is at the complete mercyof I .f.- Insurance Fund 1,954.01 .
(United'States Govern-
Germany there are signs everywhere the reckless, or intoxicated, driver. For ment Obligations di- : --

indicating that Jews are not wel-l.tome. I his protection stringent regulations are pro: re4"t and. fully guaranteed '.
: .602788.13
One placard reads: "Juden sif.J vided, but in order to encompass him with'Ii Other* Marketable- Bonds T. '
of 4 4 Cereals 4
16-PIECE SET plates Cups
bier nicht erwuenscht. (Jews Are Not safety these regulations must be enforced. and Securities .__ 178,668.49Cash consisting ,
and due from Banks 1,059,035.00
Desired Here), but the stri' ;ng part of this Ii Every time you see an automobile or 277,578.38 4 Saicers while they last at per set $1.00 r

Exhibition of hatred is that across the ways truck speeding along the streets of Key $1,404,245.01 ,

the statue of Christ, a J w, who preached [ West you are witnessing a direct violation LIABILITIES

love for nil manIc: :d. Among the I of the rights of the pedestrian and a flagrant -
Capital ___ .-__$ ioo.noo.oo._ South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I IPht.e
American Olympic athletes are a numberof I j disregard of their safety, which Surplus and Undivided Profits _____ 64207.16

Jewish boys whom these signs would should be promptly punished. It is only Deposits 1,240,037.85

insult, and although Hitler promised the I through summary action against regulations 1404245.01 a 598 White and Elsa Streets 0

offensive obstructions would be put aside that our annual death toll is to be re-
t M.SBBT .( Federal Rs rr. System "Your home is worthy of the best"ITIIIII'Ii'IIIIII.lII'IIII.I'I J
during the Olympiad, such chlcacyy: r?I duced. It is about time that we give the .
Member of Federal Deposit lasaraac Corporstlosi
extremely unpardonable. i matter some attention. j'9\e; !?

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NOVEMBER 22, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGE THREE

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.e..eea................ I
I match. i i. to be staged .by "B.tf:
MAKE PLANS FOR
I HIGH COURE4GE4 CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN 'Bumba" Harry Lee Baker at 2'T;

pound. ad. Dex: Woods at 18):)

,by Jean. 8ov+man 52avYorsia \VRESTUNGTCH pounds. Woods, at ee time was

intermaral wrestling champion a'

I SPORTS ) the University of Chicago.
(. straighten: Ant out remneorthojM thf tanplf trooped to a coffee house bunt out ........................1 BOXING I BOUTS WILL ALSO Falls will be of 30 minute-

that it her ills with the help ofTech over the water sat on high stools at PERSONAL 'I best two out of three.LEGALS.
Sarkt. her old ._r*., and a long counter and drank cups of BE PUT ON THANKS.
Tecla' Finite friend Ben9
t. n e ..d Lucinda Fammworthlailrd steaming black coffee and munched I I'
t. adopt her leoattg, A... if on frosted cakes.. STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, GIVING NIGHT
bring keptrow tharing their /or.tiMM INDIGESTION victims why
ie irks.otranpet4a and hit It was here the boys found them. ,,
ttranarr rrlitivt (. addition, theFnmetrarth suffer! For quick relief get,:! nt THE corNer jrnotrs rornr'
and Marching In like a triumphal proces- 1% ADD FOR MOMIOE COUNTY:
fi3herte thftrfmkrrmfn I
art on the reroe et eri- sion they came surrounded by I ................... I a free sample of,TJDGA, a doc-: Key Westers will have an opportunity FLORID 1:* PRO 'TE.
._ labor trouble, Betidet Tecla friends. I I FUNERAL tor's prescription at Gardner's!!I' to what to In re: KMat! of
HOMERS i see
sad her ekilitrm. John Nenman it : many JOAQCTN
mrovln rrrv helpful 19 her. Anne it 'We've got her," Orvl announced, Doings Around Pharmacy win be their first wrestling matchon DeARMAS.Deceaaed..
rap i. n Fi...." team. bath Kith nor 20-21-22-27-28-29dtt4-5-6 'I TO CREDITORS
NOTICE
r.. Sorti "shell be tbe C F 54. but well call ; i Thanksgiving night it was announced ,
TIED To aM creditors a" all P"t"1IOJI:
BAKERS LAST 11-12-13x
I j
her Nikkr.." !I Golf Links this morning by the baring claims or demands again!
recreation division of the local said Estate:
Chapter 25 And Monday well go for a trial I II I her i.
> Too and each of yom are v
cruise." George assured them. NIGHT; WON 5 TO 3' BICYCLES ,WPA district. notified and required to presort,
HOUSE.RAISINGTHE I (By GRAVY) : Amateur fights were started any rlarma and demand which yo-'.,
"They the boat
water hissed on the stones. John N'euman.. mean explained ................... I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the i:!1 Armistice Day night under ansi or either estate of of you Joaqvin may DeArmas.have againthe ': d l' -

steam rolled out In billows.The Week. :.t pices of the WPA recreation di- ceased' late of Monroe Comity F1Wa. "--
others were singing a Finnish "Yon think it Is a good boat!" NECESSITATES A PLAY-OFF Wasn't it a lovely day I I Hour Day or Repair! vision and the local post of theo to the Hon. Hock Gvn. c..un "
Tecla asked him all makes and paint them with j; judge of Monroe County. at hi. <'f-
folksong and Tecla was beating seriously TO DETERMINE CHAMPS]I "Says yon!1" replies .1 I No-Enamel. We carry a full American Legion. These affairs lice In the County Courthouse a
time with a bundle of cedar boughs "Fine. Neuman agreed and Willie. And it was a nice are staged! as part of the recreation Monroe County. Florida within r for the .
supply of Agent ,
parts.
: the date of the first
from pu'
sending their Tecla nodded with a satisfaction the winners but for the
WPA
spicy fragrance OF SENIOR LEAGUE'S SEC.ONDHALF Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And project of the and are licatlon hereof. All claims and ti -
through the air. that was amusing to Anne who saw I bad. But let us get designed to give citizens and visitors i- maad not prevented within ti *
in It perfect confidence la John's sell them as low as $5.00 time and In tile manner present .1
results
sad
the or added entertainment and
Rob Crocker had loved Anne recreation -
word. down and $1.00 per week.i; herein shall be barred as 1'rOul' J
Farnsworth. Now he loved Sbarlee. Anyway, don't forget the : by law.
The I Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.
morning following came the -
Anne sat up straight. Rob Crocker tonight at 7:15 which The wrestling Thanksgivingnight !! Dated September 39 A. D. 19 ?
house-raIsing. although to Anne It noTl8tfFOR ANA MIRA DeARMAS.
bad loved the Farnsworth Fisheries. seemed more like 'a tearing down. I (By JOVE) held at Delmonico'a. will be preceded by ama- As Administratrix of the Kstat. f
She might as well face the truth. I The Lopez Funeral Home ten I teur fight preliminaries it was Joaquin DeAraaa, Deceased.
Jobn. at the request of the others, I RENT ocUll1Sno'Ii1Z-:.:::
The quick pang of jealousy which took charge and Anne understoodwhy. i last night defeated and tied for The first crowd to Ii announced, which will provide a

had cut through her at the sight of It seemed to her that be was I first place the Baker aggrega-]i on this wise: William ]'|: UNFURNISHED HOUSE near'full card for the evening.The I IX: TUB COUNTY: JCDGE7S COURT
the two changed to contempt.Rob 1 heavyweight wrestlingLEGALS : IX AND FOR MONROK COUNTY: ,
born to >
command. Under his direction : The 5 to" 3. Watkins strolls onto business section telephone
tion. final score was I STATE OF FIA>R1DA.
Crocker had seen Anne only tbe wall between the two front I tee with partner Otto 704-R. nov22-tf In re: Estate of
In the reflection o*the fisheries. Now rooms was leveled.Archlike.: stanchions The Lopez victory necessitatesin !I I LAURA CURRY MORENO. .
and Otto made the
tbat she was no longer connected were slipped in to brace tbe the playing of a series of games !! I LOWER !, i -u.:-
FURNISHED APARTMENT
he and Willie would take -I To all Creditors, Legatees P:stribvtees -
with them and Lee was In control be ceiling, the debris swept away and to determine which team will be In | -2 bed rooms, conveniences -': I\ THE tRtf.rJLCOC and all Person Hat I"a;"
two the neighborhood.
was turning to Sbarlee wbo stood In the holes the partitions bad left were ; '| ITU OF Claims or Demand Against said
the declared champions of the Senior Duke Sands and a porches.. 519 Elizabeth FLORIDA. IJC AJfD FOR MONROE Estate:
spotlight Anne bad commanded.
quickly patched with plaster.
second-half. i I I Street. norlS COCJSTT.: MI CHASCERT.' -1 I Ton, and each of yow, ar. hereby ..
League's the
_. tc only ones present LORAN H. PREVO and i notified and required. to present
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4 J 1f-* l The Embalmers went into the agreed. Well it seems REATHA PREVO, his wife.Complainant.. any claim or demand which y a,
St3'+ l lead in last night's game in the comer has the name I FURNISHED APARTMENT I ; or either of yes may have again,
4sLL I '
f, V* Aareemeat For Deed the estate of Laura Carry Moreno
v V ; very first inning by scoring two Brooner and be and Old Modern conveniences 628 i ForeclosureIIENRT deceased late of Monroe Count ,
runs. The Dough boys markedone up. At first it looked I White street or call at Gaiti's EXKEMEIER and Florida, to the County Judge ?;
Barber nov12 EXKEMEIER.' his wife Monroe. County, Florida, at his office
up in the third frame but the Pious and Otto but before 1 1I I Shop._ : whose Christian name is in the Court iionae of said

i Funeral Homers added three was Just too bad for I FURNISHED APARTMENT' with unknown County at Key West Monroe County -
; i Defendant Florida within twelve month
more in the fourth canto. That Brooner began to knock electric ice box. 1001 Eaton, I. FOR PUBLICATION I from the time of the first pubJ" .,-
ended the scoring for the win- by affidavit append tion of this notice, October
> A a mile"and down into the I 879-J. novSMmox : to-wit
I phone bill of complaint filed In I 4. U"; aM date or demands
Vfr ners. the sad results seem to I fthe above stated cause that the de-; mast be duly sworn to and presented -
In the eighth! inning the Bak- Atwood and Bill won by I)I NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT ; fendants. Henry Enkemeier and to the said County Judge as
scored two more but fell short !| : Enkemeier, his wife, whose chris; nforecald. or same will be barred
f 'Ulf P1 i al ers Watkins and Otto got with garage. Apply 827 ,; tat name i* unknown, arc residents!I 1 J.y limitation.
that many of tieing the count. it seems that Winsome ]I I II Dnval street. octl9 of a state or country other than the'' Dated ibis 4th day of October. A,
Sterling starred at the plate. I =State of Florida, and that their residence n. ItS$.
in now "Sad William" but I I I 1* unknown; that there 1* no B. CURRY MORKXO,
He connected for three safeties long. He will go out FOR SALE person In the State of Florida the! As Administrator of the Estate of
l as many times up. William Cates I in the future and I i service of subpoena upon whom: Laura Curry Moreno dec ':ucd.
near
s Hale and : would bind said defendants, and W. CURRY HARRIS.
hit two out of three. another 39 and so again I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 that they are each over the age of Attorney! for Administrator.'
trY Barcelo two out of four. sheets 75c. The Artman Press. twenty-one years. oct4-M-18-2S. novl-i-i:;;-2.2-23:
be
a I happy. '
I I{\ IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
Hale and Barcelo :also were outstanding I
aug7 that said non-resident defendant
x in the field for the Bakers I i be and they are hereby required toi /I
and Cates. :McCarthy and Charles Salas (Capt. of OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two i i i i appear to the Dill of Complaint KEY WESTCOLONIAL
i I'filed in said cause on or before
5.w Hernandez for the Embalmers., ''I ers) took Earl Julian for bundles for 5e. The Citizen Of- : Monday, the :2nd day of December HOTELIn
r The contest was played in exactly ner and tried to beat Louis octlS A. D. 1JJ5 otherwise the allega-
.. Louis 'I flee tions of said bill will be taken a*
and Cruickshank
fill one hour. confessed by said defendant the Center of the Business
Score by innings: R. H. E. Louis' people are known to PRINTING-Quality Printing ati IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that and Theater District

Baker: .. 001 000 020-3 5 3 lose anything and in this : i i the Lowest Prices. The Art-,, for thi four order consecutive be published weeks once a In week the

Lopez\ .. 200 300 OOx:-5 7 2 was no different. The man Press. ang7 Key West Citizen a newspaper published First Clast-Fireproof-
n Batteries: Ward and Acevedo; j{[gang got 3 while thq in said County and State.
This October 24th. A. D. In Sensible Rates
''' 4 -' C. ? combine got zero. j|! : PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

I: I cards $1.25. The Artman,:, Ross: C. SAWYER
I I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
I .
iALd TILT I I Clerk of Circuit Court.By
LOOP "Schedule Bill" ) r Press aug7 j J J'I j I FLORENCE E. SAWYER
Clerk.
Deputy
Elevator
Garage
that he
gets '
never a '
They drank cups of steaming hot coffee. the he 'I SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50C.. KURTZ & REED Popular Pric.
play with people I' Solicitor for Complainant
THIS AFTERNOONBLACKWELL'S I', { The Artman Press. auc'l oct%$; novl-S-I5-22
rIme: for shower. Tecla an IN the other rooms neighbors were posed to play against

nounced. 1 tearing paper from the wafts,. his partner and opponent ----- -- -- -- --

Anne who bad copied the others patching holes and cracks and not there. So he and

1' saying: her skin with the boughs i when this was completed, painting "STOP-OVER" Grooms got together and *

until it was rosy pint gasped as tbe wainscoting. Out in the yard a delegation against Timotheus '

ice cold drupe eat down from over- cleared the weeds from flower OUTFIT TACKLES LIGHTHOUSE I Horace O'Bryant but t

head. She could bear the laugh of beds rebuilt walks and strengthened PLAYERSBy :and Handsome Horace 1"I

others from their cubicles bear them tbe long stairway. they hadn't ever seen

rail in Finnish over tbe low partitions Down in the Sorkl kitchen the Bascom because the B's FIRMS4

but it all seemed very un:eal women gathered cooking great pans points and the opposition
of fish pudding of vegetables JOVE)
pots (
Tecla appeared at the door of her the result that Tim &;
sheet. squares of berry cobbler and boilers This afternoon the Lighthouse
shower with
a "The towel Is
must do the honors
for your hair. she explained "wrap of It coffee. outfit will cross bats with the was happy because he Rush To Give Yon Service-Patronize ThemFRIDAY
In tb Is." was. they explained, a festivaL Blackwell's "Stop-Over" aggre-

"riut I'm wet-" Anne caught the spirit of it and gation.So schedule.

though she understood but little of far in this league the first

"Like velvet! your skin when it what was said she found the laughter two games played. the winners Josie Lopez he of the
dries of Itself. Tecla and
promised and gaiety Infectious and Joined
I wonderif locks and fair
shutout the opposition.: Star American Coffee
with Anne feeling like a Roman them. ROSES
these clubs will be Curry Harris for
one of a TIFT'S
senator draped In the sheet. she John seeing an inquiring look .
upon
whitewashed this afternoon. proceeded to shoot 3636. NOW OFFERED IN
preceded her to a little! room lined ber face. Joined her. Interpretingtheir
with bunks. The contest will get underway which was about a half THREE GRADES:
Jokes and the folk
songs they FLORAL PIECES A
CASH GROCERY
ct 5 o'clock.At few and so Cookie
Anne of these. smiledat
lay on one sang.
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon Samuella Goldsmith got STAR, Ib., 25c
Tecla's tucintanee she relax. She 1"" bring mother's books over to SPECIALTY
focused her gaze on the rough boards you." he pl'omfsed.dictionaries., the Wild Cats will play the I j I But Curry and Josie LARGO lIb. 1& 1101 DIYWon Street

of tbe wall and pretended to obey. translations and her notes. Transfer Corner ten. Macho the like free meals a lot '
and Water Pickle, the those for. Y. & s. Ib. 15c PLANTS and VINES
She could feel the sting of Shir- "Youjpean she Isn't Finnish manager. they pay PHONE 29
lees triumph at having won her "Xo:a* Irish Paddy's pig. and coach say they will give the Cats day of reckoning will

Dance. She didnt love him and ret mt sister took after her. while I-" their second straight shutout de hand. ROASTED IN KEY WEST Staple and Fancy
SOUTH
FLORIDA
her mouth curved Into a piteous "Took' after your' father. You are feat.LEAGUEjtfANDINGS. -By--
smile as she thought! of a caricaturedscene. all; Finn John. interposed Tecla. Hogeboom beat Doc Groceries
laughing. ........................
Crocker his arms around the some of these times Doc STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
fisheries ratherthan "No" Tecla. he corrected gravely
around Sharlee. to get on to those Ho Complete Line Freak
"
all American. !
o shennanigans and then' it 512 Greene Street j'

*" .hE,aching muscles were easing "\'es.she agreed sobering, "so I i i seem so nice for Charles. Phone 256 PHONE 597 FruIts and VeeetaLlea
4 the gnawing hart that the sight are wq all though we cannot speak:
the language to let others know JOVE)
of.tltekgrbad\ brought was dulled. feel we (By I I Melvin Russell shot

Anne snuggled her Head into tbe pil so. ........................
round HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Anne, awakened with thought of {I score one -READ-
low. The blessed realization 1I'asc08i1nito !
the ail-American, the next SENIOR LEAGUE o with Bob Spottswood
her tbat at least she didn't morning. INS U RAN C E
face others while she He was going on the trial cruise of Club- W. L. Pct. be going to win. But THE KEY WEST

watched! Bharlee and Rob; tbat she the new boat with them, but she was Bakers m.m 2 1 .667 putter of Doe Willie

wouldn't bare to watch them at all. sure he had nothing to do with Lopez Funeral Home 2 1 .667 (Capt. of Pullers) was Offices 319 DuTAJ Street

here in this haven. trouble she took going through her Firemen _...__...___-... 1 1 .500 perfection and with the

Nice nap?" trunks to find a scarlet sweater and Bar-B-Q ._..._..____.._ 0 2 .000 support of Mr. Edward SUNDAY STAR w.
Breton beret to go with her dark well few nice
as a drives
Anne opened her eyes. The others. stacks. TELEPHONE N0.1Subscription
fully clothed were standing beside to Besides she took: equal care I SOCIAL LEAGUE points while Mel &\; Bob $2 Per Year
provide Milna with delft bin
a
her bunk laughing. Llisa's top knot. outfit. Beginning of First Half i iI ing. A peculiar thing was

triumphantly erect and gleaming It was a brisk day with a high I Club- W. L. Pct. I yesterday: Mr. Strunk : Key Wat' Only SUDda&U Try Year Mal. AI

with the strenuous brushing It had wind piling waves Into froth capped Bell Buoys ......_._m_. 1 0 1.000 I ing right up in the front Paper DWnonico Rtsfarrranf

received seemed to join in her billows: piling cumulus clouds Into Administration ------ 1 0 1.000Blackwell's was whistling and doing PORTER A II r1l

amusement I downy white masses along the hort I 1.1 Stop-Over 0 0 .000 I talking so all knew that Business Office Citizen -liLLL11 B.clw.iser Beer ____ IS.

Was I asleep?" she asked in car zon. Lighthouse ....__.:__m_ 0 0 .000 was on the winning side Building
sin CeIiRe Dir.
prise. Nearing. the wharf. Ann. noticed Transfer Corner _on_ 0 0 .000 I Not only that but he was COMiAY ---

They were still laughing when! a group of men talking. Her atten- I Wild Cats ..,..-......-...0 1 .000 I to the children when he P H 0 N E 51 --- SOe. 7Sc. .... ass

they left the bathhouse and all about tion was distracted for a moment. I High School ...-____on.__ 0 1 .000 in the afternoon that they

her Anne heard soft chuckling (Copyright, 151:. t. .1e.... Botcman) i I Santa Claus forgot what
sounds ot amusement, peppered t it is. ,
with Finnish words FOUR QUINTETS I Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD

Like a crowd of school-girls, they Crocker At last comes, the jut truth, tomorrow.about Rob I I IP4Y in the city will be seen in I, > ped in .Tet'y package JENNIE B. DE BOER

_. ... tonight. FUNERAL HOME
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In the opener the High !

.. : 1(I Cleveland of the American Woman j f I I quintet and the j of

Today In History Suffrage Association.j I t five will meet. The i P.R I If TIN G DlplfW l Syspatlt.W -
i I I GAMES WILL BE HELD AT i iI witness the! Recreation I

.......e..oe..o..e ,'j i 1873-Wniiam M. Tweed of j I GYM BEGINS the Bakers. I c..teq
,, HIGH SCHOOL ; j DONE BY US
1774 -Lord Clive. creator of New York City most: notoriousof The first game will NOTARY PUBLIC
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Britain'* empire in India com- all American political wbossesM AT 7 O'CLOCKBy o'clock. LICENSED EMBALMER

mi-U'ii suicide. i I j I sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment I t; -THE-

1867-Jefferson-Davis, Con-.1 I I : BENJAMIN ARTII'U PRESS a."a s.1'YIee -
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federalPresident, returned to i t ( JOVE) FUNERAL
hmond-haJ 1918!) -American soldiers began Two basketball games win be
been taken prisoner Scrvi-r Key Wet Citizen BI4 LADY ATTENDANT
in May 18f o, confined in their trek home from Europe. played tonight at the High School Half C* trr Citizen Office

tail) foi two and released Gymnasium. These contests are PHONE
years 24 Hear AmbaJa-c 5 1
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on bond. 1928-Value of Payne Whitney expected to thrill the spectators Uceaaed E.Latm PIt... S48 N.... s....

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................................................. I Take Children's Pictures Now ........................ for 5.00

Music Recital At Convent WELLS' OYSTERS ; VESSEL DUE TO REACH KEY ert 1643 Cavelier-Sieur French de La explorer Salle Rob-1 of j Better MRS.Waves MILLER, $5.00 sad .p

Through the advertising WEST; AT MIDNIGHT the Mississippi 407 South Street Phone 574..
born
in
country,
Grand Success
Hall Was columns of this paper Wells'Lunch
France. Died in Texas March
Room 900 Southard street TONIGHT 1687. I'
-- Picture like these will
I announces the arrival of a ship- x
lar style adopted by each. To fulfill lend enchantment to your
Over three hundred people were, I -r-- PALACEJohnny
I' ment of fresh oysters.AT 'i "Memory Album." f 1767-Andreas Hofer, Tyro-
| this design the stage wore a }
gathered in St. Cecilia Hall at(I colorful effect each school with ; 4_ CI j' : Steamsbip z4rk. of'the Clyde-=' lese patriot born. Executed Feb. !1 Mack Brown in
the Wednesday night,' ; MENDELL'SItfany Mallory Lnies is due 20, 1810. i
Convent on to arrive in l BETWEEN MEN
1 i its best-known composers was exhibited attractive buys in nationally !
for the annual music recital of: colors.i >>' '.. -. port at midnight tonight. The
there in individual -.
advertised clothing. and I I I vessel's schedule 1819-George Eliot (Marian Serial and Comedy
is for earlier
the High School Grades. I Occupying the center of these I'I men's goods are shown today in I ey} '. but when leaving New Orleans arrival -- Evans), English novelist born. Matinee: 5-10c Night: 10.1ScKantor

On every face was an air of I were the names of our American; the advertisement carried for k ai fog waL! encountered at the!'Died Dec. 22, 1880. .

eager expectation, a look of anticipated -I composers. The grouping of the:: Hendell's Exclusive Men's Shop.I i .a I Ii Mississippi! Delta, and the trip to I
1830-Justin
which was and the badges worn by McCarthy Irish
pleasure, program This men's store now has in a Key West
1 I briefly delayed. The
heightened to lively interest as' the players also served to im- beautiful Fall and ; eM I novelist-historian born. Died
full line of is
snip en route to Miami and
each one scanned the unique stage | press this plan upon the audience.The Winter Suits in Hart Schaffner &M : te Jacksonville. April 24, 1912.1879WiUiam.

Fellings. No one was doomed to 'j Italian School was introduced -I Marx and other famous make! 1 :
I' Steamship Yoro. of the Stand-
Disappointment.:, i by the stirring strains ofRossini's 11 ard Fruit and Steamship O. :McGeehan, IJ. G.
1 company San
Tne deep silence that rested "William Tell played I Francisco journalist. New
J. G. KA TOR, INC. is due to arrive tomorrow :
1 YF
over the audience during the re-,:1 by the orchestra with much spiriit. One of the largest lines of A from Philadelphia will take fuel York sports writer born in San I INC.I -

cital which was almost two hours,I' suits for men and boys is now oil the Francisco. Died Nov. 29, 1933.
+ at Porter Dock company,I
was the greatest tribute of ap- i Among the composers of the ing offered at J. G. Ranter's, be-I I and sail for Frontera Mexico. SUITSFOR
preciation that could be offeredto Russian School whose composi- is distinguished I I
i This store featuring a Tanker Alabama, of the Texas MEN
AND YOUNG
.. the youthful artists.A who Korsakoff. line of blue serge I Oil cmopany is due in port Sun-I JUST RECEIVEDI I
distinguished musician ;; suits which have just been re- day with 26,000 barrels of fuel MEN

had spent many years of study in !I Czibulka. I oil for the company's tanks at the I Shipment P,annt FedTURKEYS I A large line in the very new
of the attentive !I The French School was well
!
Paris was one ceived.EINHORN'S ,
i Potter Dock company. The vessel est and smartest styles texture -
him "Nei-{! represented. For instance, the SPECIALS hr I
listeners: and to quote :
i is frogs Hpuston! Texas. and! patterns. And theTrepriced
ther in New York, nor in anyiother i i works of St. Saens and Biset. Scores of Key Westers took ad- Freighter Colorado' of the to meet the budget of

part of the country, have; Schubert, Liszt and Beethoven vantage of the grocery specials I : Clyde-Mallory Lines is due to ar.f For Thanksgiving the man with limited means!

I seen such! remarkable work accomplished were among the names sHowing offered in yesterday's paper by [ rive in port Sunday-morning from lower in price but not in
by High School fctu-i forth the style of music adoptedby Einhorn's Grocery.The New York with I Before placing your order
: cargo and after quality. :Jl fine selection of
dents. The spirited group numbers -.: the German School. advertisement stated that r >anit. I discharging will proceed to Tampa elsewhere give us a call! Blue Serge Suits.

revealed a finish gained ; compositions' of MacDow- Wesson Oil. quart size was pricedat '*. Also, Nice HEKS. and FRYERS
only by much labor and constant I ell and,( Rehfeld, with. several others 35c- This should have been ..: ''f?
SHIRTSWith
practice while several of the solo -" re' played as various types 45c. ....... ............... LEEiBAKER'SMEAT

players displayel rare talent." t used by* Lour American Composers. I the new Troubenized collar -

Another musician remarked:I 'The tecital fittingly ended .......,................ i many members of the Snap of the box type) set at the largest Today's Birthdays ; smjart patterns; Arrow.

"Playing the classics of the masters -! by a''finepiece1 of chorus work PEOPLE'S FORUM HOW Guild have taken snapshotsthis "stop" or lens opening and ybu are ........................ MARKET Phillip Johnes and E. &

U always a stupendous task;!American "Symphony" by Bloch. of their children? It ready to "shoot" the minute 70Utchild W. __.....___. $1.45 to $1.85
summer John
.. ..................... intention- N. Garner of Uvalde,
shouldundertake ] The enthusiastic audience unintentionally or
that High School pupils would be interesting to know:: for so Tex., Vice President born in Red Heavy Western SHIRTS-A
to do so, and should claims this to be the finest recital FAVORS HAVING MONEY ally, if he is a good actor-assume: I fine line in new
few parents realize: the importanceof River Co.,-Tex. STEER MEAT
brilliantly succeed, fills me with! 'given in Key West, and it is EARNED IN SiWER: WORK an interesting pose or-positionBesure 6ff years ago. patterns, guaranteed fast
keeping what might be called a Veal Spring Lamb colors _...... ._.. 75c to $1.00
amazement! hoped the future will hold many SPENT IN RIGHT MANNER all of him shows in the finderor I .h
"Memory AIbum"-fascinatlng, storytelling Heber.
The plan of the recital was toj more in store, and that some of of their children. else he may appear In the finished Grant,Mormon president -I Pork Hams Pork Shoulder SWEATERS Complete line
The Citizen pictures born in Salt Lake
Editor : print minus his head or.an'arm.. City 79
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make known the most the artists may yet bring Cured Hams Fall ,
young Sugar
famousschools ; The two pictures above are excellent new Sweaters and
We are all grateful for thearticle Here's another simple precaution., ; years ago.Cyrus
of music and the particu-i fresh fame to Key West. examples of story-telling pctnres HENS and FRYERSAll Leather Jackets .... $1.9$ up
written by Engineer Bog- The shutter on a box camera operates -
----- -the kind you should strive to of E. Dalim of for Souse
---- ----- -- art on the sewerage question. at a speed approximately 1/25 Boston Ingredients
With the greater part of that take for your "Memory Album." of a second. This is not fast enough noted sculptor born at Spring- HATS s

Lester Johnson Honored At article: : r think most of your readers They were taken on just such a dayas to stop action when the camera is :stile, Utah 74 years ago. REMEMBER, WE CARRY Smart Felts new shapes and

I will agree. we hope to have tomorrow-sun- close to the subject so in taking the I ;__ THE BEST MEATS! colors. All silk lined

Birthday Party WednesdayLester With one paragraph many of shine and bright Billie skies.he Mother making picture of your child wait'until thM Edward L. Bernsys of New h.._.__._.._...._.._.-....- $t.9S up
.us most respectfully but emphatically snapped little as was moment when ha Is not in motion York public relations counsel, PHONE 695

dissent.It I a vain effort to sweep the front before snapping the picture for : known as No. 1 U. S.* publicist, 822 FLEMING STREETWe

Johnson son of Mr.\ and Those attending were: is the following: "It makes walk while Jane was apparently otherwise the image will be blurred.If born t in Vienna., 44 years ago. I I SHOES ,
Laverne Lowe Virginia Black- pleasure-bound with her toy dog and you have a folding camera!,! witha and Make Deliveries
Johnson
Mrs. Adolphus was I little difference as far as the Open Guaranteed Solid Leather. Beacon -
dolls. Aren't they real story4ellins footage scale you can work as close
honored with a party on his 18th well! Marguerite Page Margaret benefits to the composite Key ? Maud Morgan: of New York I Sunday Morning and Peters $2.45 to $5.00
snapshots as six feei to subject and
ypur get .
White Juanita Dongo Dorothy noted harpist, born there 71
West are concerned, where the .
birthday anniversary given Wed want to a larger Image. Set the diaphragm
Suppose that you snap a '
Steadman, Evelyn Solano, Ruth years ago;
is first all know
epent.Ve
money of little son or daughter control pointer at/.ll or if it is quite
nesday evening by his parents at picture ; your
Baker Helen Cates Dorothy that once it is spent it is respentand playing or "working" in the yard. ,shady, at /.8. Set the shptter speed "Jacksonville** LeaaJaa Betel" I I. -----____ --- .- __ 4I
the home 1317 Petronia street.A Johnson.
on finally benefits every one in This is what you should do. i indicator at 1/25 of a second number THE SEMINOLE I
large number of friends were Gerald Pinder, Noel Finder, this city." First of all don't try to get the childto twenty-five. Locate the child in

present to help!>> celebrate the joy-! George Carey, Kermit Richardson, Now unfortunately we know pose, for the chances are he will !the finder and snap the picture. ..
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occasion. ,Joseph Richardson Billy Lowe the very opposite. How many cppear in a stiff, unnatural positionin Doa't have the sun striking the 1; '
ous Dancing and games Meritt Baker Malcolm Sawyer,1 times we have been urged to spend the finished picture. Let him be- 'child in::, the face and then expect t 6g ( Oversea Transportation Co.
were the principal diversions of: in ? him not to squint. Let the)ig&;come ,: -N'I
Emory Blackwell Owen Sawyer, our money onr community come busily engaged in whatever fce 'I I: :: I[
the evening.i J Jack Saunders. II Why? is doing and then rather nonchal-- across his face and you will get Interesting I", iG OWNED AND OPERATED BY

__ Years ago when the lottery antly get as near to him as possible I I shadows and show his features -ay'i: -t'4't 1 1-1"P. I .
flourished in certain parts of our with your camera. If you have a box much better: .And there'll"beno ... :

Dance Tonight At ........................1 country it was abolished as it was I camera you should not be closer than squinting.. .' Thompson Fish Co. Inc., Key West

found it did not benefit the community eight feet. Have the camera (if it is t JOHN VAX GUILDER I I
,
Cuban Club PERSONAL MENTION a -
!: I, whence the-money iame" I _-.,1.._....Tcity's -i -- -- --- REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT

give.n .................. ... {Fake -all instance. Suppose. i 'we good"and'.wel are Vre shane CHAS.J.ek._. GIU.."11l.tR.. KlerMa MmmmftrA SERVICE BETWEEN
A dance will be tonight;] sent $1,000 a week to Cuba for I I I I
at the Cuban Club by the:Sophd-j Mr.' and Mrs.\ James C.''Hancock lottery tickets and received $100 careful to see.that it is spent SOPHOMORE A DANCE human home-like Institution .
where' will find ladivienaiemfert
more A Class to raise funds for who have been in California for 1 I in- prizes? Will the diference I for the real necessary and helpful Tonite From 9 Till 2 you be e tertal year. .ent a mat i Key West and MiamiNOW

the-Junior-Senior Prom. The affair -', some months, arrived this morning ,benefit -Key West.. What it will ,, things. CUBAN CLUB. ter of great importance..

will begin at 9 o'clock. J on the plane from Miami and 1 Ido l ,cis just what it ha i,done ,and j Money does not necessarily Benefit Junior-Senior Prom A. steel ,....---o-....' h.II.I.c l esteeIa
John Pritchard's orchestra has!will visit with relatives. ,will 1 continue to.do as long:as.the I benefit a community: because it is Pritch rd*. Orchestra: tae heart .t roe cur I MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST

been secured to furnish a good] I;practice continues.: spent., It needs to be spent SCRIPT .. __ _.,._.....; 60c Every Room. -01-with' Combination Tub -oN-
program of dance tunes for the Take the case of men who have ly, conscientiously and in and Shower Bath ,Radio Electri !
event. Oscar Lounders, of the local i been out of work and now happily way that the spender will feel wise-I Ceiling Ventilation.' Fan.Comfortable Slat.Door.tor Beds Summer wit, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS
a
customs unit, who was attending I find themselves employed. he is a better and a nobler Mattresses .ofInner Spring Construction

Arrange DanceAt a session of United States! courtin f They are in debt. Wives need cause of the manner in which he MONROE THEATER! ing Lamp and Individual Reaa-i I WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY

Tampa, returned by plane this that money. The children requireit has spent that which was given to George Brent-Ricardo Cortezin HATBs. I, SERVICE

Habana-Madrid morning from Miami. for food. The merchant to benefit wife, mother and chil- 'I SPECIAL AGENT Blaa-M:i i
78 ROOM. Private Bath 1.0.1Ie :
pay his bills. The landlord wiUexpt. dren.I Helen Broderick-Hugh; Herbertin lUtMM. Private Bath 2.a: OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET
Ilabana-Madrid Club will hold >ct to be remembered.If hope what is earned will at TO BEAT THE BAND 4e R__.. Private Balk a...!i
its James Yonge, president of Mi once be turned in the best channels 24 ROOMS, Private Bath a3 i TELEPHONES 68 AND 92
that should be I
regular spent
Saturday night dance t ami-Key"est Airways, incorporated :: -, money Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I* Sample Reeata, Private Bath ...%
tomorrow evening at the usual for drink will it make no and thus our merchants 1 SLIGHT I&CRKASB FOR DOCBLJSOCCUPANCT
and Mrs. Yonge, arrived 15-20c; Night: 15-25c l
of and all
hour. I ence and will it finally differ-j I owners property con- ; ;
by plane this morning from Miami
Manager Carbonell circulation in Key West. cerned will benefit through the l
expects al] --- --- ----- -- ---- ---------
fOr brief visit. I
:! B fine work of the WPA.
larger crowd than usual at this i know that it will not.
affair as quite a few reservations i" Further we know that it does I I ALFRED de BARRITT. PERMANENT WAVING -
I Whitmarsh of Jack Key West, Fla. WAVES -....-.- $2.50 and 11' / f
have already been made including Harry' not. My: hope is that for the II ,
several tables for a party of distinguished sonvillearrived"; this morning by sake. of the spender, for our I Ii I Nov. 21, 1935. SPECIAL Shampoo Wave and /4
plane from Miami for a visit with I'I. Manicure or people. ': I --I II checks- I brow .. sEiii-c 5A.UU '
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his parents, ?tIr and Mrs. Thomas i-


NEW\ PROJECT I Whitmarsh.Mr. .' I I I MENDELL'SExclusive i I 16 6 6 6 '. ,COLDS and I KITTY 219 Simonton Street V I .Vr\ V .


and Mrs. W. R. Milner, who I I FEVERfirst I

STARTED HERE were guests at the home of Mr.I'I Men's Shop day
Milner's brother and wife }Ir. N Ligaia-Talkie HEADACHES i iI

and Mrs. Ralph Milner. at the ; New shipment of Salve! NM Deeps in 30 minutes BERMUDAMEAT

: Air Station apartments, left Wednesday -'I YOUNG MEN'S SUITS I I ;

BOOKBINDING OPERATIONS over the highway for their double breasted pleated backs 1 MARKET ?

BEGUN UNDER DIREC- home in Bedford Inliana. Mrs.I 1 and 2 pairs of pants $15.95 I: FLY INTERESTED

Milner had been in Key West Oswege Navy I ;I

TION OF WPA OFFICERSA about two months and was recently BLUE SERGE SUITS I:i(Ii -with the- {, Heavy Western Meat

joined by Mr. Milner. I single double breasted fine PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER --
or
I I : American and Cuban Cuts ;
tailored ..... .._......._ $17.50 I I Sunday, Nov. 24 IN FLORIDA
theobjective tions of the city, it will give em- SPRING LAMBArmour's .
bookbinding with
project -
SPORT SUITS :: No Change In Rates :
ployment to more than a dozen
of preserving and improving women.It I in the latest models; Gabardines ,i Make Reservations by Phone ; Fresh DeLUXE.

the condition af many of is essential that the local Soft and Hard Finished j Telephone 620 VEAL _
You the facts about Florida
the books and Nice Small Fat Hens and can get ,
in the public schools community provide the materials Worsteds, Serges Regular Planes MiamiKeyWest .
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and public library has been started it was emphasized. With the cooperation other new materials $19.75MEN'S Airways, Inc. Fryers Dressed and. *.. its natural resources, its industries, He

by the local t'Utrict of the I, of Melvin E. Russell j SHOES :: SundaTuesdafWednesday- t! Delivered"
Florida WPA. Not only will the I: superintendent of public instruction I Black Tan or Sport. Made by ." FridayRATEVONEWAY i .P H 0$?'E S'2 : cities, its resorts, its climate, its sports
'
other school! officials theParentTeachers Peters. Central. Endicott I'I '. $7.50Leave" i Cor. White and Vir&iaia"Sta. and its people in the 43rd AnniversaryEdition
project give employment I
to 13
: Association, and Johnson and the Famous i West .4 Arrive : Free Delivery
Key
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women. but it will materially)) ; the recreation division of the I, Arnold Shoe _- h .- $2.95 Miami.5:20 p.p. m.f" ; JUAN 'COSO;;"Proprietor I of The Tampa Daily Times .

benefit the resources of these I WPA, a series of entertainments 1! MANHATTAN SHIRTSwith
.cr.ertable-Safe Lavishly illustrated interestingly' written
vital public institutions. I! will be staged in the schools to the new Manhattanizedcollar i ,

According to instructions of the I raise the small but essential funds "that knows its place .. .: carefully edited.
:
operate this project. I I r. .t. --;; -- ---.-.
WPA needed to
only labor can be providedfor I i and stays put" $1.95 & $2.00 ,

such projects, and the ma-, 1 MONITO SOCKS J f ...
terials 'I i 'Iri .r..ri." --------.r... ..--
must bs provided by the STEAMSHIP Co. .---------------- ,
I "Enough Said", 3 for $1.00

'community.with, the project Persons are convinced connected of i I!I THE BEST OYSTERS I and 2 pairs for .... $1.00MEN'S ,: & 0 UNITED STATES FAST The Tamh: Daify T Imes. i

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the necessity of this work, and are I IN FLORIDAfind = HATS I MAIL ROUTES FOR L .
pointing out that besides preserving -I 1 The new shape with a fine I Gentlemen: 1

the books in public institu- their way to I touch that gives you a fine MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES Please send to the address below ::., copes: of your 43rd I

I Key West tablesWELLS' : appearance $2.95 and $3.50 i Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursdays- Anniversary Ecf.ticJ .t 15: per .coPY. Enclosed. II MOMY. :

{ I OTIS UNDERSHIRTS ; Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and I r Order (. .J) Stamps (. .J) Coin (. ...J.) 4 s
d o
-viaI 1 Sleeveless, 3 for. .......... $1.00 ',
,
.cote .eatseat Fridays.
eat Ryb I Key West Headquartersfor I NAME .... .. .. ..................................... :
M 'n9 o LUNCH ROOM \ -for- : Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. e

,,, vtcks 900 Southard Street I Schaffner and ,Mara ,, I Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M. t; STREET ....... . . .. ............................. :


i 1t 1 PHONE 207'W I Clothes For farther information call Phone 71 I I .I atY ....... ... . .. ._... STATE ................... ":'ir ;
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