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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 25, 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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VOLUME LVI. No. 280. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS



[LETTERS POURING FIRE CHIEF'BAKER TWELVE ARRIVE ROOSEVELT'S \ "

Supreme Court May Handle i Senator ,Borah's Return To

i IN RELATIVE LEAVES ON PLANE ".ON'HUGE PLANECLIPPER HOMECOMING TO "



'Various CasesRoosevelt 'Simultaneously'INVESTIGATOR .I I[ ACCOMMODATIONS ENROUTE TO JACKSONVILLEIN AIRCRAFT ARRIVED BE CELEBRATEDGREAT Capital Caused Great Stir


4 t INTEREST OF SECUR- YESTERDAY MORNING

1'' I HOUSING DEPARTMENT OF MOTORCADE HEADEPBY Among Members Both Parties
Looked Far Into *: OF I ING APPARATUS FROM MIAMI
WPA KEPT BUSY WITH RE- GOVERNOR SHOLTZ TO

Future When Guffey I 'WPA OPERATIONS QUESTS COMING! FROM FORMER I LEAVE TALLAHASSEE FRIDAY -
I Chief Harry M. Baker. Key Arriving yesterday morning
Coal Measure Was Un- AND* NEW VISITORS West Fire Department, left yesterday 10:30 o'clock from Miami was FOR ATLANTA PLAN TO HAVE "Man From Idaho" Has

LEFf ON SUNDAY by plane for Miami en- the magnificent Clipper Plane of

der ConsiderationBy route to Jacksonville for an interview the Pan American corporation, KEY WESTERS Begun Program Of Ac-

Ceaselessly the stream of let- with Conrad Van Hyning making' the first trip of the recently SpreUl t. Tae CltlM)

WILLIAM N. BEEHLER WHO ters keep pouring into the hous- Florida WPA administrator: relative authorized four-day-a-wcek TALLAHASSEE Fla., Nov. 25. tivities Dealing With
IN MOTORCADE
to a fire engine which Mr. mail and passenger schedule.
What is expected to the
WPA asking prove
of the
HERBERT PLUMMER ing department
WAS SENT TO KEY WEST Baker says belongs to Key Wes Twelve passengers arrived as Coming ElectionBy
(ray A'e Pr. ) I for information relative to greatest motorcade ever organ-
Homestead.
but which is now in follows: Mrs. Mary E. Wise,
WASHINGTON, Nor. 25.- TWO WEEKS AGO, DEPARTSON ized in 'Florida will move from
accommodations for the winter. Right after the storm of Sep-- Frank Kusacker Leo B. Warren FRANKLIN ALBERT OF WPAIS

When President Roosevelt wrote PLANE Some of them from former visitors tember 2, Chief Baker says, he J. Rice Scott, William P. Baker,.j the state capitol next Friday HERBERT PLUMMER

the house and means committee and some from those who in- was informed that two engines, Harry Wilson, Mr. and .Mrs. W. morning when Governor Dave ANXIOUS TO HAVE AS .Hy A_tatr
way tend coming. which had been purchased for W. Williamson Milton Cohn, William Sholtz will I lead a-parade, of canto MANY AS POSSIBLE IN WASHINGTON, Nov. 25.
at the time the Guffey coal Raymond ,M.'Crawford, one of service on the Keys, had been assigned Wilson, Ira Wilson, Harold
Atlanta-to joint in"the ,homecoming
After completing an investigation the sponsors of the Zoology Clubof for use by the Key West Marks. ( : 'ROOSEVELT PROCESSION Senator i-rah is back in town and
bill was under consideration, to of the I celebration-'for' President
into the operations the Warren,G.Harding Senior Fire Department as there would Leaving on the afternoon, trip again the "lone lion of Idaho"
constitutionality Key West School -of, Warren Ohio, 'be further need cf them ov Franklin D. Roosevelt.
let BO doubts as to WPA and
block the legislation, he was covering a period of two weeks, plans a tour .f Florida,, and Key the Keys. Rom, Grace Crosby, William The motorcade,''moving, under Franklin E. Albert, of the WPA timed his entry into Washington

Wm. N. Beehler, left yesterday West is in his itinerary One of these was brought to Klaus. Arda Klaus. William police escort, .will'depart) promptly with the same canniness be Las
looking further into the future There will 'be, sixteen in the Key West by Mr. Baker but the Beehler, Mr. and Mrs. James : at 6 a..m.'and isrduetorrive administration in Key West is

afternoon by plane for Miami en party, 15 of them pupils of the other was taken to Homestead. It Yonge, Helen Linderman, Mbbel r at Fort MePhersoa+> ,than then was supposed.The route to Jacksonville.Mr. I members of the club. is there and all efforts of
school and now Linderman, Harry Baker, H. C. I five miles j south west PoraVs arrival in Washington
furore raised at the time Beehler came to Key West They will travel in a automobileand Mr. Baker to secure the apparatus Galey, B. C. Papy, A. Brunn, J. of Atlanta, shortly before noon. possible attend the motorcadeof

by anti-new dealers who con two weeks ago by plane and start- trailer and ask information have been unavailing.; W. Trawick, Milagro Sanchez. I Georgia officials will meet the the Roosevelt Homecoming following a prolonged absence al.
tended that the executive depart- : regarding a camping spot for the After talking over the matter I Florida delgation at that point
make the investigationwhich wars cadres stir. Washingtona
I ed to and I Committee which is to greet Presi- a
ment should not anticipate pros- I party. with officials of the city I I and escort the group to Atlanta.

pective court action left the White was authorized by oUiI I .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Judson, of" county, Mr. Baker decided to go CALL MEETING B. F. Mizell, secretary on the dent Roosevelt in Atlanta Novem- *s correspondents make a bee-
House unperturbed.The I cials. He expected to remain but Judson Farms, Kinderhook, N. Y.,,j jI direct to FERA headquarters in I
apparently I .
later extendedhis I I' Florida Roosevelt Homecoming ber 29. I ae for his office immediately: it
I but
a few days West last for Jacksonville, and get: the necessary -
in
were Key year
reason for that equanimitynow I 'FOR SPONGERS committee said here today that
appears visit: and called in the servicesof I two months and occupied the Aus- information to what pro-' plans were being made to handle & F. Mizell, of Tallahassee, has- becomes known he is back. Short.

For,.tests thus far of the Guf-I several auditors. tin house on Eagle Avenue. They cedure he must take to secure more than 500 cars. In additionto been appointed state secretary vf' iy thereafter Borah's observationson
fey act in the lower courts have All of the work was completedlast would like to have the same house the machine flour Homestead. Governor Sholtz. all cabinet the committee and Mr. Albert(
Friday and from then until this winter and stay three months. TO BE HELD TOMORROW everything from inflation to his
given proponents of the measure I members and Supreme Court justices -
he left yesterday his time was has accepted the appointment as
more comfort than they dared )lr. and Mrs. Phillip Givens. CUBA BRINGS 150TONSOFFREIGHT MORNI'NG O'CLOCKAT will ride in the motorcadethat own plans for the future are
data 10 I
hope for at the time. spent in compiling the se- visitors last year, will arrive Fri- is expected to include also secretary in Monroe county.

Won First Decision cured which will be presented to day afternoon over the highwayand COURT HOUSE many other high state officials. The plans are, according to splashed over the front pages.

Moving, as unquestionably they, ERA Conrad administrator Van Hyning, and submit-Florida occupy; the home at 1400 Pe- I II I Since the homecoming celebration Mr. Albert, to have every car His return this year was i-specially -

were, into legal precincts subrtantiaUy tronia street. I for the President has stirred available in Key West, or the en-
I ted him to Governor Sholtz on I
by Mrs. :M. Sterns, of Washington. well timed.
uncharted I much enthusiasm throughout tire county, with those who
they won a William L. Wilson, who is in co agreeto
whose the investigation
clear-cut: : decision in the first I I! was authorized.request II IIi I D. (X, has planned and her has first :sea- VESSEL HAD FOURTEEN PAS charge of development work for Florida, the committee, accordingto go in Tallahassee and ready to At, the moment, official: Washington -
court action directly challenging i son in Key West arranged after- the WPA state office in Jackson-II I Mr. Mizell decided to name leave 6 o'clock in the morning of is at about
moving along
the act. That was in Kentucky, to srrive Wednesday SENGERS; ARRIVED ville, has called a meeting of the motorcade chairmen in each of November 29. Members, of the.
where a federal judge unequivocally -! GALEY AND PAPY I noon. Mrs. Sterns Duval will street.occupy FROM TAMPA sponge fishermen to be held in I the state's 67 counties. All can county commissioners, city council'the slowest pace of any pnor

upheld the statute. i apartments on the court House at 10 o'clock to- have been invited to join in the and individual citizens are invited -|, period during the Roosevelt ail

Heartened tremendously by this:I LEAVE PLANE I morrow (Tuesday) morning. march from Tallahassee! but those to become part of the local]J s:ministration. The President

result, they went to battle in subsequent 9N LOCAL PROJECTS Steamship Cuba arrived from't Mr-. Wilson said that "Administrator finding inconvenient. to do this contingent, u -. j 1' dallf; 'Tfit-i*c >tef tin* fallen off .
cases, feeLag.tbatarea : Pynchon is deeply inter- have been instructed to proceed The motorcade win arrive at'
in,the event of lower court setbacks 1 I Tampa this morning with four ested in forwarding! plans which direct to Fort McPherson.\ Fort MjcPherson under police escort .,considerably. His chief aideaiu

they could go before' the'GOING TO JACKSONVILLEAND CAN BE VIEWED' first West class passengers first and three for Key sec- will serve to furnish permanent I Winshield stickers carrying the at 10 o'clock: and have a ''I.finding more time to talk with

supreme,court with even more confidence -i ; seven employment for Key West citi- words. Florida Greets Roosevelt"in choice position from which to I. people for the purpose of estab-

than the Kentucky deci-: :I POSSIBLY WASHING- BY KEY \WESTIRSADMINISTRATOR ond The class' 'ship for brought Havana.150 tons of zens. I red, white and blue coloring, view the presidential parade. lishing contacts than for making

sion alone might justify. I' TON ON BUSINESS TRIP I freight and 181 sacks of mail for "He wants to do all within his i will be furnished all cars. This- j" the first- onnortnnitv.': hasty decisions. Harry Hopkins
The reason for this optimism,!I legal and physical powers to use Mr. AlbriPoi b out, for the
three tons of freightand I
Key West; relief administrator of the
Washington hears is that government I' GILFOND INVITES 124 sacks of mail for Ha government assistance toward HOTEL MANAGER people to show their appreciation !
counsel} believes testimony I Mayor Harry C. Galey and I vans that end, while it is avilable. of the many things done under the busiest men in Washington-even

in a second attack on the act, tried I Monroe Representative B. C. ALL( TO LOOK OVER I Steamship Colorado, of the, "A number of opportunities Roosevelt administration for the found time to Inspect sew quartersto

in a' District of Columbia court,I Papy, to the Florida Legislature, ACTIVITIES BEING CARRIEDON Clyde-Kallory Lines, arrived 8:30 present themselves; but ::the leading SCHUTT.,COMING, peninsula state, and'it is i >tne hopeof be occtipiedkby: r atsff.I .
indicated that of all operators in seems to bethe, [stabiliza- the committee that jfeWry sec*
one
j left by plane yesterday afternoon o'clock last night from New York fosLarepetlirJ.! ; ..
the industry who might claim I for Miami where they will HERE of i tion of the sea! products indus- FRIDAY tion of the' state be )"eprlsented. [ I '
with heavy shipments freightfor HEREON ..Borah* hiii offices
damage as a result of the law, the I be joined by State Senator Arthur Key West and sailed midnightfor tries. Key; West is ''one'of the I Those who intend making the reached In/

attacking operator in this case Gomez and proceed to Jack Tampa. i few places in the world whet' trip, and it is hoped there will be :such l loll'From

would suffer least. i fishing should be profit- at least three or four Mr. his standpoint
I sonville. Key Westers were invited todayby Fruiter Yoro, of the Standard !sponge says own personal -
\ The point is important, in the able." WRITES TO FRIENDS IN KEY Albert, will get in touch with him the situation tho
> M. E. Gilfond, district Florida Fruit and Steamship Company, ar- present in
view of the administration's lawyers -corn-1 Mr. Wilson stated that by or- at once as it will be to
WPA director, to visit the various rived in port yesterday morning WEST CONCERNING PRO. necessary capital couMn't be better. Hi
: because it generally is neces- ganizing those! engaged in the leave Wednesday, over the highway -
to make WPA officials
a plea to WPA projects now in operation in 10 o'clock: from Philadelphia, took presidential boom, which Borah
:
sary to show a real and pressing for an increase in the wages paid Key West. fuel oil at the Porter Dock Com business! it can be made profit. POSED OPENING OF CASA to get in Tallahassee on time
deprivation of property or rights workers WPA projects in Mon- | able, and says that Mr. Pynchonhas for leaving early Friday morn- himself is helping keep alive by
on
"We of
welcome the inspection and sailed 1:45 for Fron-
to blast down an act of conress. roe county which it is said are pany. asked him to talk to the fish MARINA ON JANUARY 1 Ing. such statements as "I am not a
the projects by local persons, tera, Mexico.
Litigation Mounts below that paid in other sectionsof i Mr. Gilfond said. "By visitingthe Power Boat Sea Belle arrived ermen and explain just how the candidate: -yet" can be helped
It incidentally, that government may help.
appears the state. projects, local persons can this morning from Collier City asked SWEETING\ RITES along much better here than back
also the
has of
litigation over the Guffey act Should their mission not be suc- Mr. Pynchon Peter Schutt, manager
might so mount in volume that : learn f irs ,hf n4..and authenticallyjust with a cargo of sea food productsto Milton Cohn of New York to advise Hotel Casa MaHnX;; 'writes to in Idaho.
I cessful with the officials. in Jacksonville

when the supreme court finally it is understood they i what,4s l; being' done, here to via be shipped to New York Friday him, and Mr. Cohn is also I friends in Key West eonterning\: HERE TOMORROWKEY \ No one knows better than
i benefit ,,"t. Mallory line.
reaches the issue it may hear all will continue to Washington with e; here to attend the meeting. the coming winter Reason* and indicates Borah just how good a political
I i The, Keyv; .JVest Administrationwill Wilson added "If Key t cenvfetiorir: # that with
of the cases simultaneously, set- the intention of contacting, if Westers Mr. : Isis sounding board Washington is.
tling. In one opinion, all the'major arrangements can be made, offi i be glad tQ.take..Key VANDERBILT'SYACHT West sponge fishermen will work better transportation facilitiesthe !
visits to n.rious projects. WEST WOMAN DIED SATURDAY One thing at least eeems cer-
questions raised. f cials I on .ther. together and ask for assistance hotel would'tniff-year experience -!
This procedure is regarded as tion. higher up in the organiza' .; '(Persons can //call: ,the;off ice, of Bernard there seems to bar a very good II a banner season/' AFTERNOON IN I tain: Borah in Washington will

likely to be followed in another I .J C. DeWitt-. at the Administration ARRIVESMAGNIFICENT chance for success He writes fthere 'should be not share the greater spa in the

far-reaching new deal legislative I' and, make definite "tlr. Wilson hopes to meet a Ilet up until better' and larger JACKSONVILLE; i spotlight now focused on others

experiment-that of the com- MRS. WELLS\ appointments for visiting the large numoer of the leading fish-t, ferries are secured for the high. I i mentioned as G. O. P. presidential

pulsory control of cotton produc-'1's work. ermen, as well as any interested way service and transportationof I possibilities if not eclipsing them

tion. Like the Guffey act, the DIED SUNDAY This is an open, standing in- VESSEL COMES citizen at the meeting tomorrow pleasure cars, and when seemed Mrs. Julia Elizabeth Sweeting,'I entirely.

Bankhead cotton act has a heavy;1 I I vitation Mr. Gilfond added. I TO PORT YESTERDAY which will be open to the public publicize the fact." I of Key W e t. Florida Grand Chief!I Direct Technique

tax as its main implement of en-1R :. Mr. Schutt informs his correspondents of Pythian" Sisters died S o'clock Eorah's technique is as simple

forcement. R I Ii 'RIEKERS RETURN AFTERNOON he will\ be in Key West Saturday afternoon in St. Luke's! as it is effective.:

Thus, just how far the federal|! FUNERAL SERVICES: WILL BE MAKE' PLANS FOR the day after Thanksgiving, and hospital in Jacksonville, after an I I lie is the only senator who
Magnificent Yacht Alva, Commodore relative to I I conference
power to tax extend is i will take up matters illness of one week. bolds! reffnUir press
may I
brought in issue in two acts af-j CONDUCTED TOMORROW I HERE FOR SEASON William K. Vanderbilt, opening the Casa Marina on January The body arrived this morningon when he is in Washington Ques-
I Jr., owner arrived in port yester- TREE I I asked him and
fecting the control of commoditiesof !i AFTERNOON I II CHRISTMAS 1. the Steamship Cuba from tions are frankly
major importance to widely day afternoon and is anchored in Tampa, and was taken: : to Pritchard's answered in the same manner.
I I the inner harbor in practically ; There are "off the record" discussions
Funeral Home Division!
separated areas of the country. I PENNSYLVANIA COUPLE OO LIEUT. 'W. KLAUSLEAYESON on
Mrs. Catherine Wells, 45, died I j I the same' location as last year COMMUNITY EVENT TO BE street, to remain there until tomorrow i i although the senator has
CUPYING HOME PURCHASED when the ship returned for a morning when it will betaken shown a tendency of late to let
4 o'clock yesterday morning in: cruise in South American PUT ON BY RECREATION
LIGHTED BUOYS wa- TRIP to St. Paul's church at 81 everything he says in these con-
the home, 904 Francis street.I AGO I
I Funeral services Trill be held 4! SOME TIME ters.When DEPARTMENT OF WPA I I o'clock from which funeral ferences ride.
i the vessel arrived last Borah relies for advice l-
o'clock. no one
ARE REPLACEDThe t o'clock tomorrow afternoon from I ices will be held 10 on
year The Citizen carried a per- I| er Arthur B. Dimmick will yath-I as to the beat way of getting
the First Congregational church !
sonal interview with Mr. Vanderbilt ACCOMPANIED BY HIS WIFE;
i. -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Rieker, IJ' I ciate. himself or his cause before the
I where the body will be placed at. who told of his flights over Plans for a community Christmas -i
2 o'clock. Rev. E. R. Eansill of Hallam Pennsylvania, regular tree were announced this ENROUTE TO WASHINGTON I I Pallbearers will be selected I public.: His is a one-man show.
America twice the
United States Lighthouse officiate. visitors to Key West each year, South crossing the recreation department -I from the Knights of Pythias and j I
Department has announced that arrivals this morning on the Andes Mountains in his plane morning by D. C. members of the Pythian Sisters
were Florida
I Lopez Funeral Home will be in of the district I'
which he carried the Alva. I REHEARSAL FOROPERETTA
:Miami\ Harbor. Main Channel of S. S. Cuba from Tampa, and a reThe on will attend services.
charge arrangements. WPA.
lighted buoy 10 and main chan- occupying; their home on CountRoad. plane is on the vessel this remaining Mrs. Sweeting was this year!
Pall earers will be: Paul Roberts With only a few weeks -
nel buoy :5 i have been replaced in I John Roberts, Roy Canfield year and is berthed on the afterdeck before Christmas, the depart- Lieutenant William Klaus, U. elected to the exalted position of I t' TONIGHTGeorge
in which
the cradle
charted in the north," was pre officer in charge at the Key cf the Pythian
positions.It Hilary Crusoe Amado Parra and "Mighty chilly meat emphasized that there is a S. N-, Grand Chief Sis-I
is also stated that Cape Charles Curtis.i said .Mr. Rieker as he debarked' pared for safely carrying it.'QUINTUPLET' need for haste in working out the West naval station, left by plane ters and on September 18

Romano Shoals: lighted whistling from the ship "and Mrs. Riekei to yesterday afternoon, accompanied pay an official visit to the
i Members of Florida Temple : details. Persons are requested will
buoy 16, reported missing, will be j Number 1, Ladies of the Golden, and myself are mighty glad to get:1 SAILOR take their old and discarded toys by Mrs. Elans, for Miami, ples in the district. It Tem-I Mills"Pirates White of,Penzance"who

replaced, and Triumph Reef Beacon -, Eagle, will attend the services. back to Key West, its warmth and UNIT ON BOARD SHIP to Bayview Park any time during and were to there take a plane this journey that she was direct the called another
i has rehearsal -
A, reported musing, will also t Mrs. Wells is survived by her I congenial atmosphere." the day, and leave them with recreation direct to Washington, D. C. en with the fatal illness. this season o'clock in
7:45 tonight
be replaced. Several Mr. and They plan to spend a few days The deceased is survived by for
win
ago.
husband. Willard II. Wells: three :years II fRy A..elated Prt..i supervisors who sup- of the Colo-
-- I sons Willard T., Jr., Earl and Mrs. Rieker came to Key West to, LONG BEACH, Calif.. Nov. 25. erintend repair of the toys. in the capital and then go to New her husband, Irwin Sweeting son, I the nial main hotel dining located room the second

Edward Wells; two daughters,I spend a short time. Here the;} -The nav fc* flagship Pennsyl This is a method followed in York to attend the Army-Navy Clarence Sweeting; parents, Mr. on

i Edna and Rosalie; mother. Mrs. found ideal conditions for spend'f vania has its "Cowdrey unit" to-, many cities making it possible for football game to be played in and Mrs. William F. Roberts; one ,floor. that j all those

$Ctlgtta.m.s Susan Adams; one grand daughter -I T ing the winters. Within a few rival the Dionne quintrnplets. children who ctherwise would receive that city Saturday, November 30. sister, Mrs. Will Richardson, and I Mr. White urges
I I. who desire to participate in the
; three sisters, Mrs. Samuel weeks a comfortable home or L The unit is composed of five' no toys to be the recipients Lieutenant and Mrs Klaus planto brother William S. Roberts. The I
awl/.4un Lund and Mrs. Alice Williams of County Road was purchased, and I l Cowdrey brothers from Virden,, of something from Santa Clans return to the city about December brother, who is in Miami, is ex- operetta report for practice: tonight -

Miami; Mrs. Maude Tilt of Key since that time they have spent;i JHL,. all of whom are serving asIt who will be on hand when the 7, as it is the lieutenant'stime pected to arrive over the highway I in order that the cast: mightbe

WHISKIES AND GINS West; brother, Ranall Adams I their winters here and summers in [gobs on the ship--Paul, Burnem, community Christmas tree pro- to take about two weeks of this afternoon to attend the I decided on.rhe staging of the
It his annual vacation of 30 days. funeral services. :operetta is a VfPJii project.
Tavcrcier. their home state. Harry, Charlie and Manley. gram is given, it is added. r .


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) C4: ) s I KEY WEST IN I THE \WEATHER Today's Today's Birthdays Akron, O.;;-*43 years ago.

Published Dally: spt'liIu..4& By' One of the most heated discussions DAYS GONE BY ee..e.e..e............
TUB CITIZKV PlDLJtlilNC CO IXC. eeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeo Anniversaries Alice A. Winter of Hollywood,

1_ P. ART1IA>' Prsl.*.at now going on in England is over the ques- I Happening Here J..t 10 Yean Temperatures ........................ Judge Ben Lindsey of Los Angeles author born at Albany, N. Y., 'II<
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JOB ALLEN' A..lr* Bo Mna er born at Jackson
.t tion is justified in Teniu, 6<<
From 'The Citia.n Balldtu* of whether a physician Ago Today As Taken FromThe Highest _n. .. '."._ ..............._.73 1758-John Armstrong, soldier!,! years ago. years ago.Chrles.
Corner Greene and Ann Street painlessly putting to. death a human being. Files Of The Citizen Lowest ._._ .>. .. .. .. 64 of the Revolution author of the!

at the sufferer's own request when the Mean -..?.:...::..: ..:::::=:. ::.:.::..::.68Normal I celebrated "Newburgh Letters."j II i' H. Murray Jacoby of New I Francis Coe noveli-t.
Q jI Dally Newspaper County.2nlered In Key. Rest and Monroe patient has no possible chance for recoveryor i County Judge Hugh Gunn fc 14j j Mean :- ,. .. .73 intended to seek justice for the] York banker, onetime special! born at Baffafe. N. Y., 45 year
receipt of a telegram from Wai-! : then ,
\ aainfanYesterday' army disbanding U. S.I ambassador to Ethiopia ago.
at Key West. Florida, as ft god" das matter other relief from mortal agony. i,'ter II. Rose, chairman of the: Precipitation .0 Ins.I States senator, secretary of war, I I Red Cross representative nowEthiopia'a -I
v fr-IFTr-SIXTH YE 1I Legislation is proposed giving that I Florida Real Estate commission,, born at Carlisle Pa. Died April '
Normal Precipitation _-.. .05 Ins.t here born 43 years ago. i Subscribe to The Gitlsen20eweekly.
Mercer of ... Atrf,\f* "row right to physicians under definite restrictions -| :announcing: that the new real eaji Thfe ntwm c--.. r.. H-ttmmr rTlm* 1, 1843. \ .
i tate law was today signed by Gov. j .. .
Jhe- Asa.cUte which includeRequest !
tat ttj'ujiicauom: of all seas dispatches credited to ernor John W..Martin. The law requires AlmanacSun 1758- Noah Worcester, Xew York, journalist and dra

the i s c4 4o sot nl news otherwise published credited here.'NATIONAL In. this paper and also patient; approval by the nearest relativeor that all applications! for rises ._._....00..00__. 6:52 a. m. England Congregational clergyman born at Macon, Ga-. 41 years: ti.&t,1 I r

guardian; approval by two physicians real estate licenses be made direct Sun sets ...._......_._.. 5:37 p. m. founder of one of the first -- KEY WESTCOLONIAL
WITORIAICrler to opinions in such to the commission. It fur. Moon rises __.____... 7:22 a. m. societies: for peace, born at Roy A. Roberts .1- HOTEL
licensed give managing editor
specially
ther i
instructs Gunn thatno
Judge 1 lis, N. II. Died Oct. 31 1837.1816Lew 1101-1'I (
jt' A'Sor-lATPN Moon sets __.. 6:05: p, m. ,
00. of the Kansas .
JJ Star
"referee"appointed City {
a .. +ttJS cases; and finally approval by a farther applications for licenses In the Center of the Business
I for real estate dealers;' Tomorrows Tides born at Muecotah: Kans.: 48 years|
health. [ I
by the minister of M. Rutherford I !I and Theater District
SVBSCHIPTION R ores shell: be aece'pted by him, but A.M. P.M. ago.
one Eiz! Months Tear ____n_ __n_.____._ .$10.60lit" The bill is sponsored by leading medi- have applicants mail same to the j High ."_ _.__.__10:33 9:33 noted astrophysicist of his day,!
:Three Months ------m------ cal including the King's physician Florida Real Estate Commission Low __._.....__...._. 3:50 3:02 born at Morrisania, N. Y. Diedat I Ralph B. Chandler of Mobile First CIF'a.proolS..sn.l. -
men
One Month __ .11 three-dollar1 llarometer & .. m. today Tranquility N. JMay 30,! Rales
accompanied by a
Weeklr .10 Sir Humphrey Bolleston. Opposition is registration fee. II I Sea level 30.25.WEATIIEk 1892. I ter, N. Ygear manufacturer,
-- An JRTlSL KA1 ..! naturally strong especially on moral and -- I first country bank president.: Carat Elevate

:Hade known on appUca 'oD. ._ religious grounds.It The dance given last night by FOBECAST 1835-Andrew Carnegie fa- noted engineer, philanthropist, i
SPECIAL jr' and which B. P. O. Elks 551 of Key West
All reading rotlcrv cards. of t. *- resolutions of is a grave question one (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) philanthropist,. whose name is as 11933. l I' '
r..pct obit ATJT notices etc. wlli to charged for at both sides. was one of the really enjoyable
much argument sociated with endowments
lh P ie of 10 cents a line.Notices admits of on 1 Key West and Vicinity: :Fairtonight for I
affairs of the season. Many dance --- -- --- -'-'- -----
for entertainments tcVi<"ehes from which When discussed by those in good health, the floor and Tuesday; slightly libraries, born in Scotland.: Died,
ers were on at Arono-'
a avenue la to be derived e e<" ta a line. I at Lenox Mass, Aug. 11, 1919. ,
The itlxen is an open f..am *Uv< Invites discosslun and consequently free from pain of any vitz hall and included! citizens of
of public issues and subjects ot local or general Co.
Interest-but it will not publish anonymous communi.cations. kind it is a somewhat academic matter, Virginia South Carolina, Georgiaand alo.v 1835-Arthur Sewall Maine' P & 0
.
other Mates.Announcement. UNITED STATES FAST
and the average person would perhaps look famed shipbuilder and financier
born at Bath Maine. Died there. MAIL ROUTES FOR
upon such "mercy killings" with horror. has been made
ok Sept. 5, 1900 !
IMPROVEMENTS i- KEY WEST INDIES
Or the other hand, if these same per- that the ocean going Yacht Unit -rya--.- MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN sons were suffering the unspeakable tortures ed States, formerly owned a!' a 1846-Carrie Nation, militant Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursday
private craft by Colonel E. V. R lw Kansas prohibitionist, whose -
cam-
r ? Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesday and
of the last stages of spinal
cancer Greene son of the late betty 1 paignof tmashipgi(ciloons -with a
1. Water and Sewerage. meningitis hydrophobia, general. peritonitis Green and now owned by the i, hatchet gained '- bet 5*M-widv Fridays.

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main or any of the may'' other afflictions Clark Steamship company, will notoriety, born in Kentucky. Diedat Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M.
make Key West a port of call. JI I Fair suGwrRv" w wl"'QMi"' Leavenwortb llas&,f'JWe 9,
Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.
land. known to be insurable, they might take a R. Clark president of the company 1911. '- I \U
warmer. tonight; moderate For farther information call Phone 71
has stated that the vessel
a. Free Port. different view. ; east winds. Dorth-I I
will make regular trips from Tam 1865 Kate J. H. COSTAR Agent.
Roches-
Gleason
While not prepared to express a Florida: Fair and not 1-
Hotels
4. and Apartments'
to Miami and will sail under ---
pa
I 5. Pavilion. positive opinion on the subject, we have the ensign of the Tampa Beach cold tonight probably light frostin -J.ee..viile'e Lrmttmf Metes"THE I
Bathing interior of extreme north por- ,
often wondered why a human being could Line and will go in service J> SEMINOLEFterMn
6. Airports-Land and Ke u tion; Tuesday fair rising temperature f ff jlI
not properly be permitted release from cember 10.Tomorrow e.1 in north and central portions jlj'I' WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
7. Consolidation of County and City
j'
1 such suffering when no possible benefit to i j'i I Local Committee for Key West
GovernmentsSIDELIGHTS will be Thanksgiving j Jacksonville to Florida Straits: i
L anyone could result from its prolongation. Day and this issue of The Moderate north and northeast 0

Citizen carries the 'proclama-I winds and fair weather tonightand 1 E F"1 y tt t,,, ; Date ...,.?.,._-.......
The ultra-orthodox may contend that tion of Mayor Leslie Curry.E Tuesday.East ra 6At; t ti
setting aside the day as one on i t Gulf: Moderate northeast TO THE EDITOR:
this relief should be denied because it is ',
which to render thanks to Him winds and fair weather tonightand
God's will that the victim should so suf I who rules the destinies of nations' Tuesday. Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the

fer. But somehow, we can't quite believe i and individual and requests alii memory of one of our most beloved and useful
who to attend the divine services
can Jaek..aeillr.
By MARCY B. DAF..AFAI'lDer I. that the Almighty gets any especial grati- which will be held in the t WEATHER! CONDITIONS C1LIS. B. Gn. Ea. MaeagvA citizens I enclose herewith my contribution of

_. Editor of Tie Ie,- Vest CitizenAfter churches. human home-nice Institution
fication from witnessing human agony, __ ,I Pressure! continues abnormallyhigh where yon will find yonr !..|.MMI to the Will Rogers Memorial
either in this world in the world to throughout the country east comfort _* entertainment a matter *
or !
ot great importance Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
( Editorial Comment
the death oi eorge B. Cald'weUHEounder : Through'Key of the Mississippi\ River and an- --o-- ,

and. fire* president of the In* come. West only can come materials the big:'other high pressure area is mov- A eteel In the fireproof henrtof..IUt the.ar city loeeteo! others from Key West and will go without any

vestment; Bankers' Association of America, hipmenfs of building ing in over the northern Plains I -oEvery deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
OLDEST TROLLEY TO GO which will keep much of the con-! States Atlanta, Ga.. and Charleston. Room with Combination Tub
hi*- tate was appraised at 4138. Among struction work in Florida gong:\ I and :Shower: Bath Radio GleetrM !
S. C., 30.48 inches and Wil- Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer expended, also without any deduction, as the Memorial -
hiHEoldings rd' early during the period of the railroad liston N. D., 30.36 inches. Light Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with
,, ;ks In 100 different What is claimed to be the first practical embargo on freight. v I Mattresses of loner Spring Construction Committee may determine.
companies, only two of which were electric rains have occured during the and Individual Reading -
trolley street car system in the -- last 24 hours in northern Texas I lAmpn.

of any value. world is soon to be superseded by motor Lovers of sport and especially j' and Arkansas; while elsewhereeast RATB9 I..... Name... -
-- busses of ootbs.1!! will see what is promised of the Rocky Mountains the 78 Rooms. Prtrnte Bathr.. $2.es: ,
according to a recent press dispatch to be a good game tomorrow j weather has been generally fair. I M R__.. Private Bath _- S3.t0 ... Address L ..,.-. T .... ._ ,. _
On his first attempt at burglary a, from Montgomery, Ala., where the when the :Monroe High School: !' Temperatures have moderatedover 94 Room R__.... Private Prrrnte Bath Bath _e.- a.ass.!
eleven meets the team from the! the !. Sample Rooms, Private BathSLIGHT 4.eel N3
Toledo man discovered that he was too pioneer trolley system began operation on the eastern portion of
the
Naval hospital in regular
INCREABB FOR DOCBLBOCCTJPAJICT
emotional for that kind of work. Surprised April 7, 1885, a little more than half a Thanksgiving Day game at they j country below normal but are in still most considerably districts; .

inside a laundry by police he fainted. 1 century ago. Army barracks. As Thanksgiving -'! while reading are generally

When revived at the station l he said all he The Montgomery street car system is tomorrow Day ends will the be the fotball last season'time seasonable this morning throughout /: C.lIII.lI.lI.lIIIIIIIII.lIIIIIIII.JI1'tSPECIAL

was after was a shirt.A at present operated by the Alabama Power this year Key Westers will havean State the West Gulf and Plains

Company, which the dispatch states is opportunity of seeing the :;
about to sell it to a bus company. This is school team in action. Officer in Charge OFFER i ve
miracle of modernee surgery is
in keeping with a modern trend in urban St. Paul's Church which lends
being studied horticulturists at Fredericton Ha.ru entertained =Tuesday after
oy -
transportation.After itself so adaptably to weddings, Rwii at en informal inception
New Brunswick. It is an apple the establishment of the Mont- was the scene of a marriage this given in honor of their niece Mrs.
tree which this year bore 35 different momin when Miss Marv\ Eliza Porter Hellings of Los AngelasCfiif. I
gomery trolley cars in 1885, the new beth Sawyer daughter of Mr. and MOUN
kinds of apples. .. who recently arr.TvJ II)'
method of street car traction spread Mr*. Robert Sa rver. became the male r-er home !in Key'ett...

rapidly. In 1888 an extensive system was bride of Harry N. Baker in the The home was beautifully: decorated -i
preence of only! the immedi tc :
Insomnia in a Negro uousehold in placed in operation i iy Richmond, and by members of the two families. formed in a beautiful tropical sett'ntr-blooms During and- j e o

Memphis was thus explainel by the wifein 1902 the electrified trackage had in- M.s Sawyer wai HtteiwVJ by Mr<. the afternoon a selected orchestra

question to a court officer: "My: husband creased to about 22,000 miles or '97 percent Frtd Knowles .1n.1 I the groom had played and a number of
f I.est 1's 1 brother Ker-
-r man
r local artists vocal !s!!< W
done set a time to k'H' me but won'tteU :: of the total of street lines in the ui't The ceren )' y was performer pave a .
ions and readingsBENJAMIN
me when. He sleeps nth a razor un- United States JF by Rev. C. I*. D. CrUtend I
Mr. and Mr Biker left the
? over
The urban nd inter-urban
der his pillow and I gets 1.e a hammer for peak' of K.t-it (:"oaat for a honey-moot, in LOPEZ j I

my pillow. He don't sleep! very good andI trolley car trackage was reached about Minmi FUNERAL HOME I \ "

don't sleep a-tall." 1931 when some 35,500 miles were in Serving Key West ., 4 s

operation. Since that time trolley systems [ TLe beautiful home a* Judge Half Century
|i"J Mrs. J. Vining Hrrri* onjiicutr 24 Hour Am...1.... Service
have been gradually abandoned in favor of Short ws the setting for s
Embamer
While arguing a case before the Oklahoma motor bures in many communities where | one of the most elaborate social Pho.e Licensed 135 Night C86-\N I Ie Il

Supreme Court Charles B. Holden the increasing number of automobiles ha f.met ions of the season xvhi Mrs.

gesticulated! so vigorously as to throw his -- -- .
seriously reduced street car traffic.In .

right; arm out of its socket. Other lawyer the larger centers of population, l j ,

assisted: in getting the arm into place and however the electric street car still affords CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF a

Holden resumed his argument with more
the cheapest and safest means of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF j

moderate gestures. transportation, and it is likely to hold ib M
KEY WESTas
--- own for many years to come. .

Domestic and other rows 'are often at the close of !>.*iness November 1, 1935 .. f \a

accompanied with much "chewing the STOCK MARKET FEVER Comptrollers Call : O

rag," as the slant expression goes but RESOURCESLoans
.:
Arthur Albright of Los Angeles does his News from London tells us of the and Investments $ 304146.10.

Overdrafts ..____..._.?.._____. 89.14 ;
angry mastication literally. His wife "dollar being strong" and the explanationis
3anking House< charged that in fits of wrath he chewed up that British gamblers wished to "par- and Fixtures __... 33920.76

the rugs in their home. She was granteda ticipate in the Wall Street speculation." Stock serve of Bank.the Federal, Re- 4500.00 J ,

divorce. There are already evidences in this Temporary Federal DEposit -- ;

country that the stock market is on the Insurance Fund -A > 1954.01 ,
United States Govern'c. .
way up. Stocks gained tremendously in !I ment Obligations di- :. .- .3 ,'ifI ...'-. .r _
A student who asked write .
was to a
rent and fully guar-
in October have for
value as they some I
verse containing the words "analyze" and I anteed __ 602788.13 -
months past. Signs begin to appear that i Other Marketable Bonds
"anatomy," perpetrated this: "My analyzeover the buying public is more interested in the and Securities 178,668.49 % 16-PIECE SET consisting of 4 plates, 4 Cereals 4 Cups

the ocean; My analy;a ver the sea; I Cash and due from Banks 277,578.38 1,059,035.00

Myanalyze over" the ocean, G. bring: back stock speculative for a dividend-paying gain than in ,the investment.The ownership. of I $1,404,245.01 I 4 Saucers, while they last at per set $1.00 9

my anatomy. '
danger: of another 1929 upward I LIABILITIES

I movement should be a warning to all Am- I i I lBO.nnno
Capital -- South Florida & Co.
Probably believing: it would be new : ericans. We want no more foolish speculation ,( Surplus and Undivided Profits 64207.16 e Contracting Engineering
., 1,240,037.85
to someone a national weekly; notes that to he followed by a drop that is Deposits i I.

"Vermont has a town named Moscow.. deadening to economic efforts. The way i l. $1,404,245.01 S Phoc 598 White; and EU: Streets S

Perfectly true but s" has Arljansar Idrh-. to this is to restrain own :
:: prevent your Member of Federal Reserve SystemMember
"Your home is worthy of the best
Iowa Kansas, Ke' tucky. Michigan Ohio 1 gambling instinct and keep out of the W
ef Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationa
Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and Utah I speculative market. W"IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII.lIIIIJ



MONDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGE THREE

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!I. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday timated it wotd take some three

I HIGH COURAGE& -l SCHOOL WINS I In History year to fix up.


I FOOTBALL TILT ..............-......... 1927-78 nations signed conventions
8owttia "frME&aiiAnf
_T8FNOPS13 t.f; gal'. carat .... ...,u ..- 1758-English took Fort Dn- to rule international radio -

t qu sne from Freffch and renamed in Washington.
: ro. ._rt1fnst ens: the barrel of dishes. And there SPORTS.I it
ka. teamed CJkal Kak Crocker. JOVE Pittsburgh.
CBy
)
11" former sacra I* eluatrnt. th. were odds and ends of farnlture 1 Subscribe to The Cttixea-20c
*> pews manager. 'y **rrrpHttoxtlt 1783-British evacuated New
the
owr.txp lares stk. Ask, and wall shelves a radio and one Bay-new Park Saturday I
trap oM iMk: msicortft kad detented. (Jeep chair with an ottoman to match. afternoon. The final was York City. v 111utr/ftt//
J*.* .... .ppareafly. tee I score
it tfttt 9f i,**:*** will .*. Una Anne looked at the chair and High School 16, Trojans 0.
alto M U sot cue lets adapted wished she might do away with It 1875-Great Britain purchased SPEND

doapkNr.tumid! .... out ffersiettoef end a.. to Hrtxf aN on It was to have been a birthday present ........................ Score ef the game: a controlling interest in tu
..-U .I!..M._ ._. (*. di-. to Rob. When she had bought it DIAMONDBALL I WRESTLING\ MATCH High School ._h 772. 0-16 Suez CanaL YOUR
,...'1... Plniilak Ufcerme wko i ,
1rraalAe Fore..."( C..aenu. she had Imagined she eonld see him: Doings Around The Trojans ..._.... 000 0- 0; I
dark head against the cushioned I Touchdowns: Wickers and Gon-i .WVACATIDN
1885-((50 ) Died-
years afro
Chapter H rest herself sitting on the ottoman GAMES TONIGHTBy Golf linksBy THURSDAY EVENING, zalez Owen Sawyer and Wood-1! Thomas A. Hendricks. Indiana

looking up at him. scored the extra points (from!' !senator governor and Vice President -= THIS YEAR IN =

FIRST STEP That was it, always with Rob she placement). ]j
The experienced Dexter Woods jI of the United Statse aged
lie had demanded FLORIDAOne
ANNE thought of her foster uncle it.wu and looking 1 because of his years of seniority ( JOVE) ( GRAVY) I is going to find a well trained oppOnent ..e..e...............eeCLASSIFIED I 66. "

tee Faraswonb. She west back she had given it. Never had Tonight a doubleheader will be ..........'............. J, when he meets Harry Lee ',: pgourHEALTHJI !

In memory to her earliest recognItion they met 09 eonaflum ground such aa presented at the Bayview Park. On account of a little cjiflly Baker in the first wrestling ,}1 1918-Evacuating Germans so I ..

of him u part of her world. She she and John were meeting on dall,. In the first game the Firemen weather a lot of guys stayed f j match to be sponsored by the !\ i damaged some of the coal mine I I II/I"\\\\.
Bat Rob and .John! recreation Lens France that it was es
why ..r. department of the tat
Key !
bad never known him to do an unfair will tackle the BarB.Q outfit.I home and tended to other things! COLUMNeeeeeeeeeeeeaaeaeeeeeeee t
She wasn't In love with John : West Administration at the I _
unjust act She had! never Batteries will be J. Walker and than the game of golf. But those Navyj;' !
She would give the chair to LUsa into the I Field arena Thursday night.
known him to be unkind. His only surely the sight of Ulsa's topknot Gabriel for the Firemen and that did venture breezes out had nice 1 H-rry; Lee. who tips the scales

fault had been I Us good-nature! *!ding back and forth would serve Tynes and G. Aeevedo for the time.invigorating But read the results a be-I at 227 pounds has been going I BICYCLES I

easy going disposition. as an antidote for any unhappiness Sandwich boys.In low through an extensive working out
he she might have at seeing It in the : and is for his first
But bad stood by her that one period ready
will
the nightcap the Bakers I
I BICYCLES-WE: RENT by the :
time. He had defied Charlotte at room.Uisa wrestlingmatch.. Woods will
was delighted when Anne cross bats with the Embalmers. Eddie Strunk Hour Day or Weed Repair I
On account of weigh in at about 180 pounds '
what have been
most considerable presented It to her that noon. Sbe The winner of this game plays ] all makes and paint them with
r having to go up to Miami to buy i j but what be lacks in weight he ]I
cost to his peace of mind. Perhaps second-half Nu-EnameL We full
was delighted with everything. She the 'Firemen for the Melvin carry a
and makes in
other
something or up experience having!
U be realised what be froze with honors Batteries I supply of Agent for the I
was going on marched room to room I Tuesday night. parts.
Russell had business at the dock.i| wrestled for several years on a I i
would fight to see that Lake's wishes pencil) and pad. as Anne sat writing I for the second! game will be C. i' the usual rfonr-hersemen college team. i Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
were carried eat a letter to Jadge Kellogg which Gates and Ingraham against Ward I crowd f i And sell them as low as 5.00 j I
broken In addition to the wrestling'
LUsa would take Into town to malt } was lightly up. ,
and M down and $1.00 week.
Aeevedo. per
Hew can I read him without revealing Tbe off Anne related Uncle I j Spottswood undertook the honor match there will be four! good ,, I
letter
,
First game will start at 7 p. m. I Phone 276. J. R,. Stowers Co
my whereabouts she pondered. Lee would arise to this challenge j! of placing: for Eddie and Melvin! amateur fights, and a battle 'Dovl8tfFOR

"I 1 don't' want to risk seeing The fishermen would be treat I sharp. I but altHo no avail. It seems that : royal. I f

ed fairly and she well somehow Doc had the putter to working
him. though I would U It were nee
essary." the days would pass. BAKERS WON again yesterday. Many times wa :| DIA IONDBALL I RENT

he nearly off the green but still i i
And then she decided she could UNFURNISHED HOUSE, near

read write the to .Judge Kellogg who. having THE days on and did pass.the boys Closed were season free GAME SUNDAYi) that they Doc went; had down.six, skins So while it seems Bob GAME TODAYBy business section telephone man puts in-

will could approach him on to help with the new home and the ; 704-R. nov22-tf
I the grosed of the canneries' failureto had two and Kirchy got a meas-
boys" included John. Not that be what the weather tales outlOCEANS
obey the terms. I U would save her was there too often. for there I ly one. ( JOVE) r LOWER FURNISHED APART.

writing direct for she wasn't sure seemed always] to be someone callIng (By JOVE) This afternoon the High School MENT-2 bed rooms conveniences of water biting Masts blistering SOD-oo wonder

the letter wouldn't be waylaid so be him to attend to this or that The Bakers won from the Fire j Bob Stowers and Berlin Sawyer ten will cross bats with the Trans- I porches. 519 Elizabeth becomes cracked ana porous I Weather takes oat
would never receive' (It at the )I the essential and oils from the best
Navy
Bet it was often enough to make fighters yesterday to for some I fer Corner club. It will be the Street. novlS water-proofing preservative
were play I
Satisfied with )her! decision: she the house seem lonely without him. Field. The final score was 7 to i going roofs ever applied. In a few hours and at little cost, oae saaa
looked large stakes but they each won a first game for the latter outfit, with a brush and a can of Carey Asbestos Fibre
John
op. her.' "was Feel standing "near And the days passed without hear 3. I lot on the one hand and lost a because Saturday's game was II FURNISHED APARTMENT Coating caa give yon practically a new roof I
watching better! he lag from Lee Farnsworth. Judge It was a good game for the I. II footbalL Modern conveniences, 628
lot 'the otter. In words postponed on account of
asked- on you The National Housing Act enables have
Kellogg wrote once, and eagerly boys have been out a long tUne! Administration White street or call at Gaiti"11Barber yon to
understand gentle reader On Tuesday the this work done at once aad to the
Anne nodded and Jilt then a call Anne took his letter to her room to and some practice will give the !I can Shop nov2 I pay mosey
from neither side won. It is true ; will cross bats with the Stop-Over back in easy monthly installments catcndug aa
came It .
Oeorge. was time to
It.
scan fans real
a game. I long as 36 months. Let as tell you about it.
haul In the catch and John sprang Dear Anne: At bat, Ward hit two singles in Stowers shot two strokes under i boy FURNISHED APARTMENT, with
Into action EYes Mllaa, wbo bad Berlin but then Daddy had a electric ice box. 1001 Eaton i
1 saw Lee, yesterday Had a time his only times at bat. P, Car.I mind he gave away does not
been curled up 09 the galley bench seeing him because Foley I found I I couple of 8's on that first round. phone 879J. nov9-lmox I I
asleep, stood b,. out by com book or crook" thai 1 bonell hit three in four times up. leave him any different II I SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.
was ia the outer office and Insisted A, Aceredo hit two in three times
Anne watched entranced a* the upon attending to Lees business NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT 'I PHONE 598 WtU. & Ela! Su.Yoor .
Since Li Plummer and Papa
tor blm Farley looks pretty dissipated up. Charlie Salas was on his met
net was naqled In. the steady glare H.needs a Luke to keep him IB the field. C. Garcia and I Russell Kerr were not in the tle yesterday and with the helpof with garage. Apply 827 Home Is Worthy! Of The Best"
boat's
of the searchlight playing on alralgbLHo..eyer. Duval street. oct19
the !dab evertnaHy I beardedthe Brady for the Firemen and Ca. mood to play golf they stayed Delmar Butler put the skids to I I 1
as they came flipping over .
Dos! ( his the side. A giant chlnook flopped was. like a lamb Poor Lee. his concern pete. A. so I I FOR SALECHP.YSANPHEMUMS I
out of the net and Orvl uttered a cry him you ever were you getting was Mthetle.along as I well told for the Bakers were the stars. j I Otto K. and William Watkins to shank. Maybe\ :Mr. Salas need II I 1f

of triumph. A good omen for the as could be expected I could nave Score by innings R. H. E.1 j I play alone. And it is eonfiden- cool weather to get started. And at 1117

boat it was an of thirty pounds. been would kinder have but more I thought weight your If be plea felt Bakers ...... 203 200 0- -7 12 01| tially told that William gave Otto from the score of another certain Stump Lane. nov23-2tx f: ASBESTOSFIBRE bQTI

George tossed a flat flounder back everything wasn't right Firemen _._ 200 001 0-3 8 5 a piece of his mind every few! gentleman! he better stick to
.
I told him. I had received a report Batteries Bethel M. minutes. However Mr. Kirch the weather like have in TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
Into the water. "Flap" It went and that Crocker owned the traps. : and they a -
Anne laughed as she Imagined It He didn seem angry, but InsistedI vedo; Salinero. P. Ace.1 fceiner says that William being certain place that most of us are sheets, 75c. The Artman Pres.aug7- cbAJun

cutting the lower waters like a blade doubtless was mistaken came from that Crocker's the report enemies. Vidal and GabrieL .,such a smart guy anyhow, the trying to keep away from.
in Its rush to reach: the shadowy I ales told him of the trap
preference and ha said he would
security of the bottom. There was
call Farley In and prove that untrue
a sturgeon too. to be taken home as Fancy was tn charge and .
and baked by Tecla.It would know what was going on. 4
However. he
consented to make a
was a good haul; a good omen. secret Investigation and upon this
you will have to Din your hopes.
Satisfied they put back to town.!
Dosed Into a wharf from where Anne There was more but Anne paid

huddled In John's coat could see little attention to It She would wait

the Farnsworth Fisheries the silver sbe decided and give Lee time for .. ,

letters of the sign gleaming out be- his Investigation. Then If things)!: ..
didn't change she would acL How 1rf.fed.
Death the wharf lights.!: .
she dlda't know time to about
She worry
thought of another time wnea
that later.
she had looked up at the long green ,
buildings So much bad happened In It seemed to Anne she bad never '

tbe short span of time between: so been on as many picnics: that tbese e.t -I. > k -

many things which Luke had given Finnish people made a picnic of :

the best of his: life to perfect were everything There were trips to a '. :'
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being undone And she was helpless deserted quarry for old stone with : ,

to Interfere her band literally! tied which to build tbe fireplace: there
by tbe will Luke bad left. were picnics Inland for plants for tobacco and oJ "
u strung leaf by leaf hungon : .,
And yet. Anne felt that there ws!' their rock garden; : end there were .._

something yet to come some crisis picnics along the beach to gather long racks like you see below. .- ? : _
for her to meet! Standing la tbe prow driftwood which must be stacked ,s -
of the boat bcr fare lifted to the sad dried and; rut tt:

cool. night wlud abe waaJered. >' Sometimes Anne wondered at the

she would hive: the courage,the high happiness of these people with their "

Courage! to iuw It. simple pleasure. wondered. and a >4 ;": :-..- ,.
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grew radiantly happy with them .

'T'HAT night she lay J In her narrow i -ll only I dldn have to c.6 away.: : 'I!_ --.1:

bed and: intMighl I ef the thlit;::> John said to Anne the Sunday be T'1 aaeN, .r j yr ,

John had told ber Somehow she I fore be sailed They were aboard \: :

could not doubt Stint l II| clarified the tbe boat heading I for a pUnic tn a
mystery of Lubes actions. It ei v/ "
cove ap the river "I wish I nadal b It
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plainest Hob's reartlon to her loss I signed on. and yet! I'm going to need y ;

of the estate. tbe money I'm going to buy that' o M es '
And she thought; of John's concern trawler because I want to work for ... \ S x

over some possible danger to her myself" ,- rf i ? a t i >

Foolish ih.(. but pleasing He bad Anne smiled at him unable to pat

asked! her to trust him She did! into words tbe desolation she felt he aromatic Turkish tobaccos

though; she wondered how, she could! at his going: : a 4 t
trust anyone after the way her Im o p
i They beached the boat on smooth 1s
illicit faith In Rob bad been shattered sand built a tire for tbe inevitable\

coffee then sat In the sun talking used in Chesterfield
Anne awakened the next morning I while the younger children scurried I i s t give

with the realization that she had along tbe beach picking up shells t
been at the Surkts an entire week I makisg sand houses for tbe wavesto

and that she was that morning to wash down vsaderlng inland for them

unpatk the things sent down from I spring flowers.Tecla : a more pleasing aromas
l\>rtland.
and John's mother. a talk
After hurrying through breakfast red! haired Irish woman sought the
and the housework she and Mlln I
shade of a tree tor their knitting and and
rushed up to the cottage; where John I
gossIp. Li I ia soon Joined them. leaving .
had left the barrels I
boxes and John and Anne alone. .
trunks. and for them i
opened ready For
a long time the two laystretched
Anne bad one moment or panic a, in the sand la the shelter! '

she saw tbe crowded room and realized : of a rock listening to the slap ot thousands of
I .. Every pounds
that bere were things which tiny waves. t s year we import

would definitely tie her to memoriesof
the past r from Turkey and Greece -
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There was the great cedar chest
Nikki ..... to.
runs away: from Jo.
with Its neatly packed layers of tinToday's .rrow.
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Let Us Give Thanks HOWDY 1 \ KEY WEST!1PERSONAL MENTION lives. about being fair play. The same

-: SOCIETY : -: I wolf that so long scratched at our

aJunior Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Rieker, of door is now being sported around

......................................... ....... I (By JACKSON S. GOLDEN) By RED KERCE Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Williamson Pennsylvania, regular winter visitors
shoulder foot-
..........................a....a.......a...a..a.. .eeeee.eeeeee..eeeee. arrivals the to 1: many a co-ed's at a
- were on plane Key West who own their ball

Woman's Club Held ,To the Citizens of Key West: I many of our people, sewers, ",'aI "Where are the virgin maidensof yesterday for a visit with Mrs. own home, arrived this morning game.

I When the news was flashed to I jter works, etc., and a reopeningof : yesteryear!" pines an editor. Williamson's mother, Mrs Agnes for a stay of several months. I I
Session Friday United States Most of them now, Mister, are Pritchard and other relatives.
Enjoyable : every corner of the oir Navy Yard as we felt that FLYwith

I I that Key West was in the throesof closing'the same was the cause of grandmothers.

death and that the govern- the epidemic.: r.,,,> i I A. Maitland Adams, manager of Mrs. Mary E. Wise, mother of the- _
Members of the Junior Woman' Those attending were: Misses| : Space is the most importantthing Mrs. J. J. Trevor, arrived yes- '
to to k
been
% meat had appealed Dr. lie the Interests
';I: Stone, feeling that did Thompson in Key PAN AMERICAN PLANE
I Harriett Johnson -
Leota Grillion, terday from her home in Columbia
in the world, according to
Club and several guests en- save its people, one of the best not desire Key West ,-to be left' West, left by plane yesterday for
: )' Edith Russell, Geraldine Stud-:I business doctors had Julius], i Albert Enstein, who certainly has S. c., coming by way of Miami i- No Change In bates .
they alone
Joyedf one of the most delightful, [ i after his departure to otqer I a business visit in Miami
':: man, Xenia Hoff Catherine Diaz,; '' a sufficient amount of evidence and plane to Key West
dis- pay
Stone Jr.. immediately Make Reservations by Phone,
was
left his
parts first assistant
; afternoons the ;; ,
at social -
i. of the year Virginia Perez Romalda Johnson,! i between his ears. I ing her first visit to Key West. .
what
'I haste to see M. Telephone 62*
patched
post E. Gilfond aided Mr. Albert
by
Friday C. Wl Rom, senior radio electrician
: meeting held 6 o'clock Barbara Carey, Rae Louise RusJsell ; ; 1| -
could be done to save these peo and Mr.. Curtis, who were experts .' Regular Planes, MiamiKeyWest
the
(afternoon in the rooms of the Key; Leonor Warren, Nellie Louise: ; I An Alabaman wants pay for a with lighthouse department -
Inc.
ple. in their respective lines, to left Leo B. Warren, of :Mr. and Airways \
Division I by plane yesterday son
Alee
'WestVoman's Club on i.street. Russell, Florrie Ketchings, | I pair of grass plow lines eaten bya
. I Curry. j I lie found upon arriving that i i remain here until such time that I Ii relief client's mule. The already for an inspection trip of lighted Mrs. Leo Warren, who spent the I SundayTnesdayWednesdayFriday {'
- I the disease was not local but was j the patients were entirely cured.' aids the coast.Lieutenant summer at Northern resorts ;
than I on t arrived -
The attendance was larger Mesdames Edgar Pangle, George I IStatts. i extreme nnnuntberal classificationof
made'l' Earl'(:' in existence all over the United As there has been a great deal by plane yesterday for astay I RATE. ONE WAY $7.50
the afternoon Gomez Allan !
usual and was B. Cleare jr.. I jackasses is steadily on the upward -; i iI
more enjoyable by a program of Julian, jr., Ralph Milner, E. RJ' The government hit II of whispering and criticising of trend. I j I William Klaus, U.' during the winter season. Leave Key West 4 p. m., Arrive -
that was proven by the efforts these have made II.
a cure arrest-j people
songs and readings by members.; McCarthy, Isabel Ball, Dumont 1--- ,! S. N., communication officer in Miami 5:20 m.
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the ma'ady for us-I '' I p.
ing hold brief for their
Miss and Mrs Robert B. no From 12th'charge at the West naval I
Alee Curry Huddleston, W. Demeritt Ellis I I "Dies In Plunge Key 1 I
least. : visit but in fairness I FaatComF..taLleSaF.CHRISTMAS.
Dopp were heard in vocal selec-' England, Joseph Lopez, John W.j i am asking Story"-Headline. And yet, right station, and Kirs. Klaus, left yes PALACEAlice I

tion acompanied on the piano by; Roberts William M. Arnold,} "Dr." Stone brought: along as-J., "Are we sufficiently appreciative "- now, we can think of nothing else terday by plane for a short vacation Brady and Douglass I

Mrs. Ralph Milner, and Miss Edith'':' Evelio Cabot, Wm. V. Albury,I ritant nurses- ach, he thought I of their efforts to help us! that the poor fellow could have in Washington, D. C. Mbntgomery in I l

Russell entertained with a read- Robert M. Dopp. was qualified to assist him in bisj I Dr. Gilfond has prepared a done more appropriate for the oc LADY TUBBS

ing. I Guests were Mrs. Bethel L.I great task. The only medicine program and appealed to the casion. Two Comedies
'I great father in Wsahington with Arthur Brunn, who was spend
Michigan and Bridge were played -, Phillips Mrs. Ralph Saunders. that might do any good was in j' Matinee: lO-15c Night: I5-25c
Im-i the hope that a permanent cure ing several weeks in Key West
during the afternoon. When; Mrs J. II. Giordano and Miss, Washington, D. C. (money). Ever since we read about a''' on
will be effected.Let business, left yesterday afternoon
he ordered vast I
the scores were counted Mrs'Edgar Edith RusselL I mediately, quantities Brownville, Texas man riding a
us give thanks on Thanks- by plane for Miami
Pangle was found to bej: Member hostesses of the after- for Key West use. While I train for several miles, unawareof
giving for the !
Day blessings we
winner of the high score prize and noon were: Mrs William Nor-; there was some grumbling; about j'have received from Washington, being minus his pants, we've i 1 THANKSGIVING EVE.DANCE''.

Mrs Dumont Huddleston receivedthe man, Misses Louise Ketchum and I the outside assistance: we tat I i i and quit our faultfinding. been half afraid, ourself, to look I J. Rice Scott, of Miami, was an. GOODS

consolation. {Anne Kennedy. I thought this wjs some of our down. -.1, arrival yeste day by. plane to

_.. _._ business, had ae tS;iM3t to grumble "'J hi sori'* I make a ihorNbtisihwT visit with
I'I Gen. Hugh 'dedaresi
-- .. aswe did not paj the bills. In a i j WednesdAY 10 Till 1 NOW ON DISPLAY!
:Man is that well-known creature his many friends in Key West ,
short tiac Ah3? patients, un- that he and Washington approvethe RAUL'S CLUBDel
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very
Visitors Guests
I Card Party To Be who constantly makes of him' TOYS BICYCLES
der Dr'A Statfie.. bepur:. ( to show i> Florida cross state canal. The
W 00.1.- Orchestra
self an ass, in an effort not to act I
At Wells' Home Held TomorrowA great itt-.pjtwhgnrentjr>' While our : desire is generally expressed that like a monkey. James YV>hge.' president of Mi VELOCIPEDES

l a1.l Agricialrt haSittq trouble i ami-Key W st.Airways,,loc, who
Mr. Johnson will retain his present
Henry Conlan, of Whitestone/ card party will_ be held to-*diajmoMn'* 6 J j.illslthey'were not was in Key'West for ar few days COASTERS
Island arrival in a oition'; to geErthe'necessary j state, of popularity to assure an "Don't give a damn, is not; on business};accQmp Aied)by Mrs SCOOTERS
afternoon o'clock'in
Long was an over morrow at 3:30 I
v'aec Tmo ty), so they were'help invitation to the inaugural service' profanity, an editor says. "A Yonge, left yesterday by,plane for STOP AND SHOP AT I
the highway Saturday afternoon the Woman's Clubhouse on Division ?* We*shooed such rapid so he might furnish sufficient air damn is a small coin in India,: their home in Miami. WING LEE'S STREAMLINE WHEEL

and is the guest of his uncle and street sponsored by the Key: improvement that Dr. Stone gave |, to sail the first ship through the worth 1-48 of a cent." in America]

aunt, Mr. and Mrs John Wells of West Junior-Senior High School us light employment cutting canaL a successive group of them in,I 506 Fleming Street ,' GOODS

planting trees and other- fierce rapidity menas that, native Mrs. Bert Baker and baby were FOR YOUR THANKSGIVINGAll 'I MANY MORE SHIPMENTS
.300 Southard street. He expectsto Parent-Teacher association. grass!! j
wise beautifying the town, using is only getting;: a few month: arrivals on the Cuba this morning Fixing For Turkey Dinner COMINGI I
remain for an extended stay. Bridge and other games will be I
ly bills he can't
Another guest at the Wells played. Refreshments will be only those who were strong) pay. Fresh cranberries, String : 0I

home is Miss Florence Paul, who served and prizes awarded. enough to do this work. As we i I s'llCflrtil/ We'd like to-at least be : for stubbornCQLPS Beans, Pumpkin, Cauliflower I Use Our Jay-Away Plan
duly -
continued to he prescribed patriotic
gain
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is also a resident of Whitestone, Mixed Nuts.,
enough to our country to $1.00 DOWN will hold
I light exercise, this not requiring
:] Fruit Cake
Make Your Own
and is enjoying her stay in healthful LEGALS i
read the constitution well
but be
Key West. any medicine as the patient was:I I 1 Royal Scarlet Cherries, pkg. 15c I Bicycle, Toys, Etc.. until
1 I Ian M 3 derned if we can work up the
t now strong enough to give over Royal Scarlet Citron, pkg. lOc i CHRISTMAS.
t\ T'': COUNTS: Ji ncrr!* ('O'"RT I to stand
hour or so free t, the city to I II courage erect to the tune dA
: l> 4M FOR MONROE ('OLNTY.I : Royal! Scarlet Lemon Peel,

AnnouncementOf KIXtnillA. IPRoniTK.. help Dr. Stone to overcome our: of the "Star Spangled Banner"the pkg. _._..._..._........... 10c EASY WEEKLY
In ReKMat* of financial sickness-as that was: b way those jass bands play it. II I PAYMENTS
Marriage NORMAN SWEETING.Deceased.. I Royal Scarlet Orang Peel.
I iahst tor I
I what he diagnosed: our case!' to be. sad
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I I' I pkf -uu..uu.--------- Come in and
"Man what now arrange -
.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS As time lagged the doses of is he eats, says a
The many friends of Hildah To All Creditors and All Persons on. ':' scientist Royal Scarlet Raisin, pkg. lOc
who is if he thinks for CHRISTMAS
Roberts Salis will be interested to 1 I i Having Claims or Demands,, vaccine (money) was less and less i voter crazy c0o t i Royal Scarlet Prunes, pkg. 15c
Airainst Said Estate: need a doesn't eventually be-I boat DELIVERY.
from time to time and the
:Jtearn of the marriage of her Son and each of you are hereby : O t- I come a nut by consuming a vast .i+o nmal 1 1cA Royal Scarlet Pecans, pkg. lOc
notified and for so many assistant nurses was: i
required to
present Scarlet ,
daughter, Ernestine, to James Royal Pineapple
'R obb Byrd of Kissimmee, Florida. or any either claims of and you demands may have which against vou.l I(le ;ened. Many were withdrawn I'| I amount of political hot air. S slice .._uum.u... ..._....._.7c J. R. Stowers
the estate of Norman de-i as he was of the opinion that our,
The wedding was solemnized at SweetinK. I MONROE Royal Scarlet Mince Meat,
ceased late of Monroe County. Flor-j local: help, the patients: could get; I THEATE 25c
the 2 for
Methodist Church in San I II
Ida. to the Hon. Hugh Conn. County
Diego, California, on Saturday Judge of Monroe County, at his of-)I along. It is perhaps the first Dolores del Rio and Everett Brer Rabbit Molasses, can 19e
flee in the County Courthouse in'''epidemic: that ever attacked all Marshall\ in Company
November 23 at 5:30 in the aft- Monroe County. Florida within''' I -i If you prefer Ready-Made
the in the United States.
ernoon, according to a message. received eight calendar months from the people UDVE FLIES THROUGH A V>..r.JOBJT I LIVE FOR.. LOVE Fruit Cakes we have a'l leading
date That is why the great father at i Radio Headquarter
of the first
publication hereof.
here by her mother. THRIVES ON ADOS.E/ brands, priced at 25c to $5.00
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All claims and demands not presented -I Washington found so many calls! Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra .. .
The charming young bride was within the time and in the I t 1 ..j
attired in an afternoon of manner prescribed herein shall be for help that they were forced .to 15-20c Night 15-2Se 1 ;
gown barred as provided by law. lessen the doses (money) thinkingthat : .
blue and silver, very smartly Dated Novembers. Lath A. D. U J5.IL.IVB -- -- -- ---------- -- --
the patieltser now :able II Still ?
modeled with matching hat and ( H. BAKER. Coughing
As Administratrix the Estate of to>> stand alone. The' necessityagainst
accessories and carrying a beauti- Norman. .Sweeting. Deceased. I a reoccurcnce of this No matter how many medicines I
ful > '. novli; decIX %- -I.
bouquet. sickness could -be some sort of a you have tried for your cough chest -.
Maid of honor Miss Fern Mor- I I cold or bronchial irritation, you can
TUB COUJ.TY..I Ii DOE'J!! .COCRT. i steady/ income. The'y asked for get relief now with Creomulsioa.
gan, was gowned in topaz velvet IV AMI: Foil. MoNRoE.COt;.. T'f', I our \iw s./'We- Suggested! bridgesto Serious trouble may be brewing and r
with which she wore a corsage of FLORIDA.ID be built' employing a great you cannot afford to take a chance FIRMS
re: The Estate of
pretty roses. The groom and his RICRARD'PEACORDeceased. I r with anything less than Creomul-
sion which goes right to the seat
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best man, Mr. Joseph ,Stupar, NOTICE OF APPLJCATIOJf' FOR SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT of the trouble to aid nature to
wore conventional. FINAL DISCARGE. ,' -on- I soothe and heal the inflamed membranes
The,young couple will make Notice im hereby given that the I as the germ-laden phlegm
their home in San undersigned Administrator"cam tes-' WAVES Is loosened and expelled. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Diego and will
,
lament annexe, de bone non. will I fwo Permanent Even if other remedies have I
be at home to their friends after on the 2nd day of April 193C present S5.00 failed don't be discouraged your
December 1. I to the Honorable Hugh Guns,' for druggist is authorized to guarantee
County Judge, in and for Monroe Better Wave, $5.00 and tip Crcomulsion and to refund
County Florida a final report in with
money it you are not satisfied
I the above estate; all vouchers, and t MRS. MILLER
Dance Wednesday will ask for the approval of results from the very first bottle. American Coffee
'and for a final discharge as same administrator 407 South Street Phone 574.. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) Star R 0 S
JOHN c. PARK
At Raul's Club as aforesaid in the estate 1FT'S
NOW OFFERED IN
of Richard Pt'a<"On, deceased.
Dated at Key West. Florida. thl50th <
Everything is set for the big I day of September A. D. 1935. THREE GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
T. E. J. ROBERTS. 328 SIMONTON ST.
Thanksgiving Eve Dance to be Administrator as aforesaid STAR Ib BSc
sepUO:: ; oct7-14-21-2S \\ SPECIALTY
held at Raul's Club Wednesday ; nov4-ll-lS- %
1101 Division Street
\ LARGO .lb. 1&
night.A rgtcowkt ; .
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good program has been arranged -,I PERMANENT WAVING ,v.,& s.,1b.,15C PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

for the floor show and i; WAVES _... $2.50 and up \
music for dancing will be fur SPECIAL \ .J ROAST ED IN KEY WEST

nished by Dell Wodos4 Orchestra. Manicure-or Shampoo Wave and 1b'iSL1 SOUTH. FLORIDA Staple and FancyDURO
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calling phone 51. I KITTY SANCHEZ PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

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'I>oted as being color blind by, PAY NEXTSPRING PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetable
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Start today to relieve the soreness- I Hi,!, School P.-T. A. Jewfish, 2 lL.. 35c INS U RAN.C E

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