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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 27, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 282. KEY WEST FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1935. PRICE FIVE. CENTS
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City Council> Adopts Budget PEABODY E IFAMILYr. I. Selection.Of'.: Guffey To Head'Senatorial d. MUSICIANS PLANORGANIZATION 1 I Much Interest Manifested At


I COMING.HERE FOR TO


During Meeting Last Evening PRESENT SEASON ; Campaign Cowiittee "-- Meeting Last Night SeekingTo


-- .-.. I Causes Surprise! In Washington RSTAGECONCERTS


Current Tax Roll Was SEEK PERMIT TO VISITORS FROM NORTH TO Stabilize Sponge Industry

ARRIVE FIRST OF YEAR; ........................ ISSUED BY RECREATION

Also Accepted; Slight DREDGE CHANNELAT Adventurous Newspaper Shown That Positions Of !, .. -
WILL OCCUPY NEW BUILDING DEPARTMENT OF KEY WEST

Changes Made In Sala- ERECTED FOR STRUNK I Worker Such Great Respon- ADMINISTRATIONA TINTED SPONGES Operatives Of Business

FISHING CAMP ........................ I

ries Of Officers I sibility Usually Go To CREATEINTEREST, Meet With Wilson And

Among residents of northern request for volunteer musicians -
-- APPLICATION MADE TO WAR I Senior MembersBy Cohn At Court House

The City Council at a special cities who have completed ar-, I to help in organizing a con- TEUS--;;;
DEPARTMENT FOR PERMISSION cert orchestra was issued this COHN RECEIVING
meeting held last night adoptedthe rangements for the season in Key I morning. The orchestra in addi-I I Building
TO ALSO CARRY ON HERBERT PLUMMER REQUEST FOR PRODUCT
budget a* prepared for the West are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pea- IBy Awmrtaled Press) tion to giving several concerts
CONSTRUCTION WORK' WASHINGTON D. C, Nov. FROM NEBRASKA
netting; tern for the operation of body, two daughters and several t c during the season, will play the Enthusiasm and intense interestwas

27.-Veterans politician and observers orchestral accompaniment for the i
the various departments of the friends, due to arrive about Jan- iI I manifested last night at the
Pirates of
municipality. Application, has been made by in the capital were a bit Penzance productionnext Interest in the tinted sponges
first to remain several winter. meeting held in the county court
uary
Luther T. Finder of Key West to surprised when they heard that processed by Milton Cohn now in!
The meeting was presided over Both men and wfnen will be house by William L. Wilson, in
tlieVwar .department for permission months. This will be their first t Joe Robinson Key West, was manifested by 1.1
by Councilman William, A. *Freeman Democratic leaderof used in the orchestra, of
to
president protein, ,ia place] Cairy,on.dredging operations aafojlows the senate, had selected Sen :Mills White director, said. It is who asked Mr. Cohn :for,samples the State WPA office in Jacksonville -
They will occupy the home re- expected that \7PA music
ator of a
of Jim Roberts, president ofjI.>> ; Tow- Guffey Pennsylvania to project of the product, ,.1 and Milton Cohn, widelyknown
cently completed r.t Martello ; will be approved in the
near
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Construct bulkhead and
: a be
chairman the tinted
of the Discussing :
organization, who is acting in,the, subdivision for E. A. Strunk party's senatorial sponges dealer with interested
ers future ther sponge -
it'narfand; to dredge, the dredged and musicians who and the wide spread interest

capacity of mayor during the absence material to be deposited on the I Isho'e manager of the South Florida campaign committee for are eligible for salaries under which they have created Mr. citizens and sponge fisher

from the city of Mayor, on Boca Chica Key. The! Contracting and Engineering company '36. WPA: will be placed on the pay Cohn, who is a subscriber to this: men
who !bad the handsome resi- said
newspaper :
bulkhead will be constructed on Positions of such responsibilityusually roll. Mr. Whit* emphasized that
Harry C. Galey. I I dence constructed for his own GEORGE H. CLEMENTS "In the early part of July I 1 Last night's meeting continuedthe
.the northeast corner; of Boca use but agreed to lease it for the ---- go to senators of senior of course tho:a who volunteer was in your office and displayedsome
The total amount of the budget i I movement for stabilization of
Chica Key, the northern: end of season when<< it was shown thatno their services row will be given of the cellophane wrapped
covering the various items including VETERAN WORKERON rank The plump, jovial,
the bilkhead :being located 1,320 other place which came up to gray-I first consider n when the project ', sponges which had been tinted by the sponge industry and estab ,
officers and other em- the demands of Mr. and Mrs. Peabody haired Pennsylvanian has served I
feet north of the highway bridge is approve |I my process, and appreciated the lishment of a sponge exchange in
Iloyes salaries is i6,206.lS.! was available for the sea- NEWSPAPERS\ IS : article which was written about
on State Road No. 4-A. less than a year in the senate. The organ meeting is toj I
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The current tax roll as 1 I them. Key West which was started some
pre- This piece of construction will son.Negotiations for the home was The subsequent announcement be held Fn.. t at 7:30
"Imagine surprise when
sented Tax Collector-Assessor my seweral months under sanction of the
by be 200 feet Ions arallel with the started several weeks with STILL o'clock in the lining room ago
: ; ago REPORTINGGEORGE Jay ,Robinson, however,, that Ed weeks before starting my trip
Sam B. Pinder showed a total shore line and will extend into the housing department of the the of the Color. Jackson S. south I received a request from a State WPA began taking form ata
Halsey, of senate
secretary ,
property valuation of $3,221,200 60 local administration and after I Golden, ho e, has lent
the channel approximately curio dealer in some city in Nebraska meeting held in the coerlhoss.yesterday .
H. CLEMENTS DIRECTS would be "Freshman" Guffey'saidedecamp the
and was accepted. feet from the shore line and bulkheads exchange of letters and a com- !' room fc learsals. I forgot which city now,

A total of 25 mills was levied will be constructed from plete description of the Strunk PUBLICITY FOR EXHIBITS -I did much to reassure -I The must- urged all for samples of sponges, a story of morning, was teata.

each end of the main construction home, which is furnished to the t old-timers. The "Colo-! persons inter participating which he had read in The Citi- tively outlined at meeting in
against the tax roll, which a
was
I back to the shore. minutest detail, an agreement' IN ROCKEFELLER 1'nel." as Halsey is called by his t f in the orchestra activities toi zen." '
apportioned as follows: General The wharf will be six feet''wida was reached. i CENTERt I i i i attend the Friday night meeting. Mr. Cohn said he had no idea the afternoon and was practically
friends, knows politics as few do.'
revenue 'l% mills; fire fund)! and 150 feet long and located 36 Today a telegram was received ] that this paper covered so much: consummated at the meeting. last
1 feet from the end of the information to the I Theodore Roosevelt was presiding -'BASCOM' '
7U ; indebtedness, 3; Board of] easterly requesting as GROOMS territory.
forwarded to close, over the senate as vice presi- night.
highway bridge on the southerly amount to be
Public Works 2V4 ; interest and t t (!Six-rial <. The Cltlaen) i fl
side extending in a southerly direction the lease and cover other details; dent when Halsey came from .
fund 4 and L. P. Chal- DeLAND, Nov. 27.-Sixty-one! up The meeting was called to order -
sinking STR. CUBA COMESIN
from the highway bridge. and assuring that upon receipt of I |Virginia, to serve as a senate NOW\ RECOVERING by Chairman Chprefend Wells
mers bond judgment, 1. Three shoal press which are at the !information! a check, !!ilL be. years of adventurous newspaperwork ]
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The council refused- to grant present fund flats-will be dredgedto forwarded.Other I taking him to the far places pagei FROM HAVANASteamship : of-the 1ocaTMBilttn, who was

further reductions in tax assessments a depth 'of 12 'feet on the visitors who arrived this I of the world, have not dimmed i]i I Halsey's Duties i elected chairman of the general

on the Florida East Coast,. northerly side; of the highway morning are Mrs. Malcka Stern,! the enthusiasm of George H.!| The highest unofficial officer I Friends of Bascom L. Grooms committee in association with

bridge, and the dredged materialwill of Washington D. C.. and Railway Company holdings, and be placed on the! shore. Doris and Elizabeth who the 'I 10f |t trio company, are expressing their Ca1:a. of the P. and
of reporter's life. )
the Hotel requestedin the floor directly beneath the vice pleasure at learning he is rapidly O. S. S. arrived from Hamilton Sawyer, secretary;
Company, as There will be ro public hearing have secured apartments on Du-I Filled with the true "spirit of !' company
a letter from T. B. Bennett tax held on the proposed work, but val street and will remain for the 76"-his age-Mr. elemental, president Halsey has been a'!f recovering from the effects of I Havana yesterday afternoon withno Allan B. Cleare, jr., attorney,

agent.. anyone desiring; to protest the op- winter. boarded a train here the other;j:senate employe continuously since the automobile accident in whichhe first and four second class and the following members: Waiter -

It was agreed that the amountof erations from the standpoint of }lr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Given I f day for New York where he is directing -i the time he was a page. I was injured yesterday.At :passengers for Key West; five Lowe, jr., Joseph Patton, Nelson -

,$$500,000 assessed on ,the its interference with, or effect and son of Orange. N. J. will ,arrive publicity for the gorgeous -I! In the lean days of his part7f first it have1 was been:,thought the injuries first and six second class.. passengers '' *Spencer and Ben, Felton. 'j '
serious but for
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current roll for the railroad prop- upon navigation, may file same over the highway this after- demonstration of Florida]I the "Colonel" was carried on the;! may Tampa. With other Mflmbe+s of the committee
erty and $166,685 on the hotel with the District Engineer P. 0., noon for another winter in the exhibits in Rockefeller Center/1'I rolls of the senate as an assistII -.; thorough examination indicated The ship sailed 5:30' o'clock. j hndy..the ,assistance of
I I I internal
and frac- with
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no Thom Havana
Box 4970, Jacksonville, Fla. before ; no passengers -
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remain the same. The clerk was "hospitable city of Key West. To The Stetson Reporter. University -I t ant doorkeeper. Actually he was others, if i.wttt& rutenanry. Attorney -
tures. Mr. Grooms is
today resting and' pasFenfIrs
I two from
December 5, 1935. II '
instructed to communicate with They were here last and Cleare is today drawing
year I newspaper, he said: I secretary to the Democratic comfortably it is said. \ Key West. *" up
Mr. Bennett and inform him of I so enjoyed their stay they decidedto I i "When I die I will be satisfiedif minority-a sort of mental guard: j jI i the required forms for the legal

the action taken. The railroad SEEKS-PUBLICITY arrive at an earlier date this they put this epitaph on my I I I It was his duty to know the -- --- -- ---- --- -- organization- of the exchange to be

company 'requested that the season. They will occupy the! tombstone: 'He was a good re-J whereabouts of all Democratic senators -! : presented at a general meeting to

amount on the railway propertybe Skelton home on Petronia street.I porter'." ,I[I: when congress was in session !!-NEW SCHEDULE FOR COLLECTION -I be announced later.

reduced from $500,000 to IN MIAMI PAPER (Mrs. Elwood Allison, who was Beside periods of journalistic During the meeting Mr. Wilson

$400,000, and,a proportionate reduction here last year has closed a lease I service in almost every important I I Routine such as pairing Democratic OF GARBAGE ANNOUNCED TODAYCounty and Mr. Cohn gave interesting
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on the hoteL I for the A. G. Lund home at 1126 American city, Mr. Clements has I' senators to see that no,! I talks on the widespread benefitsto

By an ordinance, which was,, local advertising I I Washington street and will arrive; circled the globe as war correspondent -'I'party vote is lost sending out' be derived from the establishment -

passed on its initial reading, the representative Ray Bush of the Miami Herald 'I'within a few weeks. Mrs. Allison; taking in the Boer War notices of party conferences and I'I Schedules for collecti.lI 'Court House. Armour & of the exchange and the

monthly salary of the city attorney at meetj i will be accompanied again this;; in South Africa and the Boxer Re-., caucuses!, and keeping minutes of' Company, and the WPA ware I pursuance of the cooperative idea
fixed at with was present a special by her daughter. Miss Mere-i i trash and garbage, a WPA pro i in the businessin
was $100, any ing of the commissioners I year bellion in China. But his favorite. such meetings now is entrusted to house. handling sponge

additional compensation to be' this morning county in the interest of I I dith Allison i iiB. I wish is the Latin-American revolu an aide. I'I ject, were announced today by A- Truck No.4-Monday: From,, Key West.
fixed by ordinance. 1 advertising Key!;West in The Her tion-served hot. He has sharedin Thumbing The RecordIn ;They pointed out the one great
The monthly salary of the auditor -' ald. seven of them. I, the campaign of '36 his of- C. Tanner, in charge of sanitationoperations Whitehead to Duval and all streets essential to be considered and
E.
also fixed I ROBERTS DIED between water to waterTttes: that is the which will be
by ordinance was Hrj Bush was informed that! ;! "Follow the insurrectos and) ficial title as Senator GuffeysJ in West which ; asearanec
at $100 per month being'reduced all advertising;: for Monroe coun- I stay away from the government':aide will be "secretary of the I Key,, ?4constitute day: From Duval to Elizabeth given those who work for and
from $150 to the amount stated. | 10RNING'FUNERAL forces" and all streets between;' water bring the to market that
ty had been placed in the hands ; HERE THIS ; the veteran newsman advised Democratic senatorial elections, one of the activities of I product
Another ordinance was passedon of WPA ,Administrator M. E. Gil- writers for the University committee All of which means I i I to water; Thursday::' From'Efta- I with the cooperative idea established -

its first reading fixing the fond, ,who<: had sole jurisdictionover newspaper, workshop of the he will do most of the work in the I the WPA here. beth to Margaret and aH 'streets on a sound basM, sponges

monthly salary of the jailer at the advertising nalism department. "The effort to elect new Democratic Trucks will be in operation I between, water to water; Friday: : will be sold at a fair price or held
$60, and janitor $40. These were; program. SERVICES WILL BE will give you the news jour-I senators and re-elect old ones. I I From Duval to Elizabeth and all I until the market warrant sellingat

the only changes made in the' HELD FRIDAY AFTERNOON you see some real Already he is thumbing his four days per week Mondays, streets between, water to water. advantageous price.

salaries of officers and employesas ELKS MEMORIAL i t but the federals will tie through the dreary pages of Truck No. 8-Monday: Both I When the prices offered are
you up way and
Tuesdays, Thursdays Fridays,
I I sides of White Street and all
embodied in the budgetit |! with censorship. j the Congressional Record, jotting not considered acceptable the product

was ordered that 16 per cent, HERE ON SUNDAY! I "Once I saw almost too much I I down how this senator voted on a Mr. Tanner said, giving as ade- streets between White and North i can be placed in storage and
in warrants be accepted from mer- down in the Mexican mesquite I particular piece of legislation,!'I Beach from Angela to County:I held until the prices are deemed

chants in payment of taxes and Benjamin Edward Roberts, The federals captured me and}! what that senator said about work-j i I quate service as possible under Road; Tuesday: All streets be-j'i.' right and while this a being done

other obligations, only in cases, died 11:30 o'clock today in sentenced me to be shot. But II relief appropriations or any other;i tween Margaret and White up to.' the owner who will necessarilybe

where it is shown that the merchants '' The regular annual memorial residence 418 Smith's 'l'l'1 escaped the blank wall because a'' subject--compiling anything that 1 pro'net.I Olivia; Thursday: Both aides of'' a member of the exchange may

took in the warrants!service of Key West Lodge 551, Funeral services will be held 4 friend of mine happened to be! can be of use in the various state,; Olivia between Margaret and 1'I' borrow up to 76 per cent of the
through the sale Eenevolent and Protective Orderof White out to South Beach; Friday value of the catch.
of merchandiseto o'clock Friday afternoon at president of Mexico." 1\campaigns. j I i
the employes of the city !j[ Elks will be held on Sunday Lopez Funeral Home chapel I|I The schedules follow: : Both sides of White street|', Others who gave short talks on
-I I r Truck No. 1-Daily service: and all streets between White and :
After discussing a few ot.her' afternoon December 1, begin- "Jehovah's Witnesses." bYI ,i the subject included Chairman
matters of a minor nature the ning at 3:30 o'clock, in the audi- The deceased is survived by: All bakeries hotels restaurants,t North Beach from Angela to,i Wells, County Comm llll Oller Nor-

meeting was ordered adjourned. torium of the High School build daughters, Mjs. Al B. Curry and! coffee shops grocery stores meat Countyv Road. i j I berg Thompson, Attorney Cleare.
I markets FERA clinic all houses Truck No. 33-Monday: South-,
ing.The Mrs. P. 1\L Crews, Key West; Mrs.1 PROCLAMATION I i I| Chester Thompson, Fernando
at head of island including Raul's. west side of Whitehead street toj:
memorial committee isi t Reese of Okeechobee Gato, Cleveland Roberta Clem c.
Updegrove ,
NEW\ ARRIVALATr I composed of W. Curry and Mrs. Rufus Lawrence of Mi-]; Habana-Madrid Club, all housesin I Southwest side of Fort Street,1 I Price, Cyril Russell, Frank H.
Armando Cobo. T. T. Harris'l Naval Station grounds, Kress water to water. I Ladd and Paul
; Boysen.
j ami. Two Bradford Roberts .
r sons
WHEREAS designated
been
Thursday November hat
B. C. Moreno 28th, Store Crusoe's garage all schools,
and B. C. ,
HOME OF CATES and Arthur Lowe, of Key West. by the ;PRESIDENT of these United States ms' *. DAY: ',OF r! Key West Yacht Basin City Hall I HOLIDAY NOTICE j i: enthusiastic All of the hope speaker for the displayed futureof
THANKSGIVING. I
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HOLIDAY NOTICE i; a
] THANKSGIVING NITEDANCE ,;THEREFORE: I, Doctor Harry C. Caley Mayor(of the City- i I i........................ Thursday, November 28,' signified the industry wiHiagneM in Key to do West all and in

Mr. and Mrs Joseph L Gates Thursday, Nov.; 28, Thanksgiving of Key West, Florida do hereby request our people to}pa u.e' for FulfordV Poultry FarmWill Thanksgiving Day, a national their power to farther the suc-

announce the birth of a song a legal holiday in the State a, while. in.theirs daily duties to ain thanks to ALMIGHTY COD I II holiday the office of this company cess of the idea. .

weighing 10 pounds, yesterday I!j of Florida, this bank will not be For Members and Guests for the manifold blessings bestowed on us. To attend a place of Deliver Until 11 P. M. win not be open for business' on Mr. Boysen was especially. em-

morning at their home, 12121 open for business on that day. Free Turlqey Buffet Supper worship of your choice and give thanks to Hint who has blessedus I.I NICE YELLOW SKIN TURKEYS that day. {'I phatic in his assurance. He told
Olivia street. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. HABANA MADRID CLUB in THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC CO.
I ,many ways during these depressing times. of his observation of the coopera-
The new arrival has been given nov26-2t SCRIPT .. PECAN FED nov27ltYKIKI
TILL
$1.00 9 3eavarnI
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NOW THEREFORE AS MAYOR OF THE CITY OF KEY j I tive plan in Europe. Wherever

I the name of Joseph L., Jr. WEST FLORIDA I DO DECLARE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER I ........................ he went he saw the cooperative

"- THANKSGIVING EVE 28TH 1935, THANKSGIVING DAY. A HOLIDAY. !1,I CLUB I signs displayed and concluded

SPECIALTURKEYS I DONE THIS 26TH DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 1935. with "there, if a man has one cow
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CHICKENS Ib 29c $ Mayor of the City of Key West. I Round By Round at 8:30 O'clock I milk as the man with a thousand

Large Line Fruits and VegetablesTIFT'S I 10 TILL IRAUL'S aru/ .durlr Attest: Also, Regular Program Pritchard". Orchestra r eoWSo"

WALLACE; PINDER. I PALACEThursday |Changed front American: Legion/ The meeting breathed the idea
CLUBDell
CASH GROCERYPhone WHISKIES AND GINS and Friday Han to CUBAN CLUB of optimism for a speedy forma-
Clerk.
29 1101 Division St. [ Woods Orchestra..-- City j Matinee: 1-15c; Nights 15-25 j ADMISSION _....._---..----------_ 35c:ultimate tion of the success.L organization. :and its



DID YOU REMEMBER TO ORDER WAGNER BEER TO ACCOMPANY THE THANKSGIVING FEAST TOMORROW NOT,ORDER A CASE TODAY. FACA 22RBB80





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? G1: TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1933.Publlih .

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Ite!, Yt Ct LET US RETURN THANKS UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED .I'I'.I".IlTI.JIT.I'I'
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l TODAY'S WEATHER 1 TO SUBSCRmERS
d Daily Except Sunday Br I Thanksgiving calls for an appreciation -by'7tlorlc Spotl&;
TUB CITIZEN Pl-BLlSHINa: **O, ISC.I ,
P. ARTMAr PmMesrt of the Divine goodness of God. It is Reggq Coal fin bxltitc If y- da tat receive) your
JOB ALLK. AssUtapt &..<.*.. Jtastaarer that all P&&U. HMtnHtAdJffircrtt Temperature* 1 moderate southeast or south winds paper by 6:15 o'clock i. tb.

From ne CUixen Building to be participated in only bythose who anunaJLt and'fits Highest ._.__..____..__.74| over north portion and partly I afteraooa call telephone 51

Corner Greene and Ann Street. I believe in a Supreme Being interested in' hobby Issktttfdnq Lowest ___..__.._....___..._.67, overcast weather tonight and as*! a .....r11 lee seat to

tfuun t>JII Mean! .__._ _._._._.-...-_........______-.-..70 year "' A e.mplai.t key
Only Dally Newspaper 'n Key TReft and Monroe His'children and extending them favors. Normal Mean _____-_-..--72Rainfall ', Thursday. M oa duty at this offic. from
Conn y. Those who do not think that God I 6:15 to 7:15 p. _. far the
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Watered: at Key West Florida a. aecond Ua rnatterFIFTT.iXTti 14'? WEATHER CONDITIONSA purpose of delivering complaint -
takes a particular interest in the affairs of Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins., I *. Help us five you 10Opercent
YEAR t EF Normal ___ .05 Ins.
Precipitation
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Member .f t.. A..*eto e. Preee mankind should not return hypocritical tipa ;r .r .T.'. _. _0-._ ""-r ..eei4'4.dbe disturbance is central thia I if do service not receive) ty caliag Tke CiriI 51-
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the Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to al to 1.k .1. .1.
tat r r-.iV, : dr not otherwise credited: In this paper and also ; Valley Duluth, Minn., 29.60 i
the local news published here.1iNATlo..AL recognize as His blessing. Those who be- ![ San rises I__:_-!-.__-.: 6:53 a. m.' I r.4T..I3'1.l1'.AT.JV.sr.I !

I lieve in material universe uninfluenced I San sets .._+._____.....--- 5:37 p. mi i inches with a trough of low pressure J.ea..vltie'. t.ee.lg> > Refer
CWTCRIAl) a v rptablt tuidioStull i[ Moon rises ..._-._._- 9:13 a. m. extending southward overthe I I THE SEMINOLE

[ ; VTIONElx by a Deity are not called upon to return J 1us4r' Moon sets .-...--I_.....-_ 8:02 p. m. West Gulf States; while
t pressure continues high over the
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I. thanks to their material elements. The observance ; J ..JUlut4zitLp witl, ', Tomorrow's Tides :' Atlantic States Boston, Mays.. I
a1 DSlal"'IOS: R., "Ea:: ad A.M. 1.,)(. I
and
.._. _._._ New York City 30.34 inches.
Year UO.II of Thanksgiving in this country cUr
one '
Months ..n-- _____.....__. .----.- -- 5..o 7w 'High _.._ __11:56 10:55: Light to moderate precipitation:
three Months- s.:1. is a public recognition of the faith of Low _....._-----..- 5:15 4:19, has occurred since yesterday :,
Une Weekly Month.. 21 ltd wirupbG(9f I llareweter a .. nt. today morning throughout the Plains i
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America in a living personal benevolentGod. 1 c4'ca n totltf Sea level 30.12- northern
ADVERTISING!! BATES wvr/d. I j I II States, Texas the Mississippi I I
and lower Ohio Valleys
lade known on application. \ tv: t J
1tG'Nt .. WE All I Ek FORECASTTill t and Lake region, being in the 1TYrJaekw..lllw
SPECIAL NOTICEAll Let us not suppose however, that
form
of snow in northern
reading notices cards of "inks, reaolatien of aL nar,5lurt 1 I -
rexpe vobituary notices, etc. will be charged for at Thanksgiving is intended only to extend 4 fide tt ( 8 p. m., Thursday) i' tricts.: Temper.toes have di3-1 FI.rl.o
the rate ef 10 cents: a line. \t% iar'utSlua'rte. in most sections east of CHAS. B. OKI- KR. Manacer
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha thanks for material prosperity. We enjoy ', tI 117LSSt dk wlsP Key West and Vicinity: Generally -. A human home-like Institution
Pr Rocky Mountains being 24 degrees
revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. t a I fair and Thursday ladlvldval
many blessings that have little to do with tonight ; where yon will find 7e.r
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The Oitizen Is an open forum and invites discussion i on higher in extreme north- em(.rt am* .r..I..e.t a mat
of public Issu's! and subjects of local or communications. general- wealth or poverty. They abound in everyday \, hate old western Florida but readings are ter of great importance.A .
Interest but it will not pablish anonymous
life and many of them are enjoyed by i say wtusq.r FIi1 I still slightly below normal in the I steel f1reref. -..n...<< I.e.t.4
:Middle and South Atlantic States, la the heart of the Hiy
millions of men and women together but, L// l except in southeastern Florida. -o-.
I Every Room with Combination Tub
DirectorHertfft
,IMPROVEMENTS FOR Krv EST individually at the same time.A Bihontuut ttarcJuet n S. KKNNKDY.: : : and Shower Bath. Radto. Electrte
ADVOCATED BY ThE CITIZEN h'9k aad bur fat a' tvrrgh bokZc qmiuiciani Officer in Charge Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer
I Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
r Tar a s 4lPIY! us7z ll f Iil I ,
( 'J ,
.. es- j .; i Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction
NOBLE RECORD Tchett a finally fmuvl thun let : and Individual Reading
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1. Water and Sewage. -t 'T'' .... Col4Hnbiat ounl 1nuac d &2? 'fu+tt.ta..ea.s. Chi1dren'sosYield L mps. RATEs
Blua-te
2. ridges to complete Roidfto-1.Main- Little argument is needed any more double action ofSTAINLESS ., 78 a__., Private Bath _._ :2.a.
t --- -- ------
"" I OO Re _.. Private Hath ___. IMi
;to convince the public of the outstanding Fair b __. '
land. ,: R['compc-ed: entirely of pupils or I i -to R Private Bath __ 3.M
q, VICKSVAP ___
Free Port.'t +la 15N3M) 3IQ. 1 1I work of the Red Cross in the swift and effective KEY WEST IN I the music school.: gentle to moderate easterly' ,I' M. >Reeve...le a Private__.. Prlrate Bath Bath 4JW 3.55I.

relief it renders to stricken humanity winds. t now, if you! prefer f' LIGHT i54RRAeft: von DOCBIJIOCCUPAWCT ;

I Hotels and Apartments:. in times of disaster. Its record for DAYS GONE BYHappeninr ( Friends of Mrs. Mary Messina Florida: Generally fair tonight ; ._
5. Bathing PaTilion. will be grieved to leant that she and Thursday' except possibly I --- - -
the last twelve months is impressive Here Just
6. especially 10 YeanA..o ''is seriously ill at her home 912 showers in extreme northwest I
Airports-Land and Sea. As Taken From
Today
and should inspire everyone to respond ibimor.ton street and wish for her portion Thursday; somewhat WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
7. Consolidation of County and Cltoyernments. > to its annual roll call now in prog- The File. Of Th. CitizenIn ,la speedy recovery. warmer in extreme northwest por-

I I I i tion Thursday; somewhat warmerin I Local Committee for Key West

ress. the best of health and in fine{ That variety is the spice\ of life north' and central portions to

Red Cross headquarters in Washington humor, Dr. C. F Kemp representative :t lit. the conclu=:.n of Rev. A. F. night. Date ,_____ ___ ________.._ __.
stated last week that in the last it from Monroe County to of Congregation Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
The most comfortable way to lie is year ,Eldridge, pastor
I the state legislature! returned al church! following the pleasiatscrjjr.se Gentle to moderate northeast or I 1 TO TIlE EDITOR:
had answered calls for than in
help
down., more this morning from Tallahassee ; ; party given b: the iaen- east winds over south portion and

any like period in its long history. where he attended the special her last nigh The' pastor was moderate eat! or southeast winds I i 1 i il Wishing to have a part .in perpetuating the
session. 'Tor' of action. over north portion and fair wea-
speed
Assistance was given to 11,000 victims mission a-'d wher he
on a
Once more we repeat the advice thatwehanded that special session established a away icturned he found the' parson-gb ther tonight and Thursday.East i memory of one of our most beloved and useful
of 160 different disasters. These
out in 1929: Don't speculate record," said the doctor. "On the alight and a jelly group of mem- Gulf: Moderate easterly i citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of
in stocks. ranged from the burning of the Morro Monroe District Water Bill we bers awaiting him. Songs weresung winds over south portion and
j i -to the Will Memorial
Castle off the New Jersey coast to a devastating stayed right with it, and Representative and readings given and the I Rogers

fire in Nome Alaska a trench Ketchum and myself evening came to a close with the Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
The only enemies I've got in the stood near while it was being serving of delicious cake and hot KEY WESTCOLONIAL
others from West and will
Key without
mouth epidemic in Colorado dust stormsin I go any
ngned. In fact we got every-:
world are the people I've tried to help.- chocolate. HOTEL
the Midwest and floods and tornadoesin thing we asked for Key West and I deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be

Roger W. Babson. many areas. satisfied Monroe County with and are" very well.:,: Telegrams!! received today announce In the Center of the Business i expended also without any deduction as the Memorial -

There were 50 tornadoes 35 fires 29 our trip. : Baby Reyes as winner and Theater District Committee determine.
ArboricuIturistSyouch for the existence last right over Filipino Frankie may
-
nine hailstorms windstorms Editorial Comment: The old
floods seven '
Rubia in Miami. Reyes play
First C1aarFfrepro.fSeaaiU. -
of more than 70 vai'cties of pine including timers who wrote of "death in j Name 2
six typhoons five epidemics three mine ; ed for his opponent's body Rate I __
the cup" true prophets, but ,
the well publicized "lonesome were
and after standing severe punishment -
explosions two shipwrecks and two school
pine." they failed to get a hunch about | Rubia went to the mat in Car... Elevator I i Address -., _., ...,., .,. -??..,........_.......
bus accidents among the disasters which the blindness that a'so lurks tthe fifth and again in the eighth.

were responded to by Red Cross assist- therein. *The newspaper representatives Popular Price* I I N3
Since it is imp..33ible: to dodge the! gave the decision to Reyes. He IJ
ance. :Mariano Menendez: noted Span-
J I
:made hit with the Miami fight
condition a
of being a i.eighbor why not get The report said more than $630,000was ish soprano, who is a Victor artist j .
E.
I[fans Accompanied by Reyes -- ----
i .lire with the President's trjggestion and is scheduled to appear in
spent on disaster relief with slightlymore is manager, he will return to
be concert in Key West! and will be C""I'.4TIIII.llllTIIIIIIAJr.l'II.41TIAlIJ"cSPECIAL
a good one. Key West today.
that
than $500,000 of amount com- heard at San Carlos theater. He

ing from general Red Cross funds. sang at the October 10 celebration -!
Said the Key West visitor: "I alwayssold and so great was the demO:. Mrs. 'Frank. Bethel of Tampa,
:tration he decided to include !, accompanied by her granddaughter OFFER
I would live to see the end of the coun THE COMMON COLD IS DANGEROUS Key West in his next tour of the : Miss Emma Marie Laurent,

try."-Miami lIerf id. Well, that's one states.! This artist has a splendid arrived in the city this morning

thing Miami cannot take away from Key The average citizen of Key West voice and distinctive personality!I called here on account Mrs. Bethel's of the sis-serious -
.. j I illness of
which might be expressed in Span-
West. when he has a cold, considers it a matterof ter, :Mrs. William Finder.Today's I
ish as "simpatico. MOUNT VERNON1YOM

slight inconvenience, except once in a I ........................
One of the National Press Club wags while when a really severe attack conies The opera to be presented.

points out in connection with the appointment and then, with the passage of the affliction Monday evening November 30,I Horoscope --. v
by' the students of the schoolof: 'j ......................e .
of George L. Berry as coordinator of the matter is dismissed.In music! rf Monroe High School I. 1)f'

industrial_ cooperation thai Supreme the opinion of many doctors this is wider tne direction of Miss Robertson !!, If today's native would avoidfilling '
music teacher! promise'to ;r the life with sorrow, let. -
Court killed NRA and now Roosevelthas dangerous especially with young people.A be one of the best musical and I 1 1 him keep the mind from repining

decided to Berry it. < person catching a cold, in the majorityof song treats given in Key West!I'I Grief comes to every one, and it:

: thel A..u. ;' cases should be put to bed and forcedto this year. Yanki San is the name ; is much better met with a smile .
of the production. It carries the than with misanthropic moans.
0
Wonder how many |now... and rest until the cold leaves. Then care audience to the land of cherry This nature has a plenty of fidel ', i;

formerly on relief will pay f to Uncle should be taken of the body in order thatit blorsoms where Japanese maidensand ': ity and natural: sympathy with .- .,.; .

Sam the money they got fr'.n ''him. JoeL may build itself properly. tea gardens form the background ';::' friends if the good traits are nurtured : .
for Some of Lut keep looking on the
'
uis, the prize fighter paid back what Children with colds should be kept romance. ; s l
Key West's most promising music bright side of things.
his mother got. James J. Braddock also from schools churches and gatherings of and singing: stars will be heard I' ,

returned the relief money he- received before people. As a matter of fact no person, and the ensen.blc numbers will b* Subscribe to The Citizen.

with -bad cold disease which they will ---. -- -- .. -,---
he gained the world'championship; a a I-

fcddid many others not so fortunate in accumulating spread should be allowed to come in con- II I

wealth so rapidly.At l tact with the public. This rule will be CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

--- -- eventually enforced in modern communities. ;ij\
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
least a dozen men in Key West In the! meantime intelligent people KEY WESTas

"can solve the problems of the universe might govern themselves accordingly.RELIEF ..

faster thon you can put the propositions before at the close of !>..*.... November 1, 1935, i

them," the Key West Citizen ob- DAMAGE CLAIMS Comptroller's Call ii i \
'
serves.. There has been a sad decline in RESOURCESLoans : '
,
the standard of our universal problem- (Pennsylvania Grit) and Investments $ 304,748.10 -

solvers, however. You rarely meet one Very few persons have knowledge of the bills t f "Sattiritig Overdrafts House.._..,.__Furniture...._._..__ 89.14_ '

wit j has kept up with his whittling and Uncle Sam has to meet as the result of damage and :fixtures ___ 33,920.7s4,500.00--"> )

the real masters who punctuated every decision claims growing out of injuries....received.by men Stock* serve of Bank th! _Federal_Reaaf. t=. .. _*- .; .,

with a ringing note on a distant cus- given; jobs on work relief programs. Temporary* Federal De'a. r

pidor are practically extinct.-Miami Daily Already more than 2.500 such claims have 1 p/,poeij' Insurance Fund 1954.01 I : _
Dnited States Government .. _
I
,
News. been filed with the federal government. Claimsto Obligations di- 1ja .4;' L

injured Civilian Conservation Corps members r led fully guaranteed -
... .602788.13 I ,
It will be a job for the government. alone now call for compensation at the rate of Other Marketable Bonds
16-PIECE SET of 4 4 Cereals 4
consisting plates Cups
agents to determine the amount of "in $35,000 a month, while $60,000 a month is still and Securities 178,663.49 ,
Cash and due from Banks 277,578.38 105903500.
fernal" revenue due it from slot machine being paid to workers injured in the CWA work I fl,404,2457oi 4 Saucers, while they last at per set $1.00

winnings. These are supposed to be re- relief program two years ago. fcv- .

parted as the government is not scrupulous With the WPA now putting additional mil,I LIABILITIES

concerning the source of its revenue and lions of men to work, it is certain that a big increase w;
Capital S 100.000.00 South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. o
vail take tainted lucre as quickly as the in these bills for damages, will follow. In II Surplus and Undivided Profits 64,207.16 .

legitimate kind. However, upon second fact compensation officials at Washington estimate Deposits 1240037.85 r .

thought, the winnings will be by the one- that it will take 17 or 18 years and 30000. list : 1404245.0 S PhcJ:..598 White and Eliza Streets S

armed bandits and not by the players:, so 000 to pay for injuries in this made work pro- I
Member Federal_ _Reserve System: __. r < "Your home is worthy of the best"A e
thjs paragraph was \vritte. fu:: naught except Crczo. That seems like a pretty stiff penalty for (
l'
Member of Federal Deposit. Insurance) Corporation
to fill this space. being a Good Samaritan. I c Wa9" 0'''' .0ri,' J0C.9C. .0 ,,,,,,



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NOVEMBER\ ::. 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGE THEE


... : ..... ............... a steamboat experiment. born in
I 1..1 ,

I .iJg, HIGH COURAGB CLASSIFIED: ) i I New York. Died Feb. 29 1813.

.
-- :. I COLUMN :, Anniversaries 1783-(160 years ago) Henry

SPORTS ........................ Wheaton New York lawyer, jut

ST1 OPBU: ..a.n. fantvorthla It were ready to collapse at the first ........................ ; 1635 1st and diplomat a noted writeron
lot her newt. fi. lort... .*. wind Francoise d'Aubigne law, born in Providence R. I.
storm.
.t'oocl" inherited from Lah..d PERSONAL Maintenon Mde.( de Maintenon), Died in Boston March 11. 1848:
Famitcvrth,cud .ve. I
For fully five minutes John waited
t noted figure in French
history
AnaJ&C4.. Roe Crocker. wk ftrt ; i
,._... h. .*. then nonchalantly stood np.brushedthe
d Aer tft .1 /oimd STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS,i i wife: of Louis XIV born. Died !
seas mot to inherit the Fonutrortkfufccrie sand from his clothes and saun-
18 OS-Ralph P. Lowe Iowa
15 ,
1719.
Bmt ken Ji/ i :
.Nid_" to tu FiBnuk colony of tered back towards the road. Once a governor and jurist, born in Ohio.
(/.torn row i* haffff and th* there he motioned Anne to Join him -- suffer? For quick relief geta I I I II
I. Died Dee 22, 1888.
k.ow..oe that she f ve* John
2 .._-, leader to the _....U,. and hurried her back over the trail free sample of>UDGA, a doc- 1727-Artemas Ward Massa
Jut *.. tope (.lean mart of her without pausing to explain. MAKING READY OTHER 'SHUTOUT BAKERS TRIUMPH -.1 I tor's prescription at Gardner's:I chusetts' jurist, colonial soldier,

fatty" When they were In view of the Pharmacy commander of the patriot army 1809-Fanny KemWe (FrancesA.

others he slackened his pace. FOR AMATEUR IN LEAGUE OVER FIREMEN 6 nov 20-21.22-27-28-29dec4-5-6; taken over by Washington first .), noted American actress.
Chapter 29 "Thai's an old fish trap the govern- SpclAL ,i 11-12-13X I' major-general in Continental Shakespearian reader and authorof

ment ordered abandoned some time [ i P Army, congressman, born at her day, born in England.

FISHER GIRL ago. Evidently" some tramps hiding BOXING EVENT TO 5;HIGGS STARS!'!i FOR SAVE I Shrewsbury, Mass. Died there, Died there, Jan 15, 1892.

,'JILL you marry me.Nikkl when out there. FERA TEN WHITEWASHES Oct. 27, 1800.
I come back from Alaska?You "I: thought traps were always set WASHING MACHINE. Good con-
know I love you." where the current carries the freshwater OPPONENTS FOR SECOND dition. Reasonable. Apply 611 1842-Alvey E. Adee Assist-

." WRESTLING MATCH ALSO TO VICTORY CINCHED SECOND-: Margaret Street. nov26-2t 1746RobIJvJngstan, ant-Secretary of State for almost
"John. I'm afraid. "There's a current there some TIM: IN A ROW I New York lawyer: one of the 40 years born in New York. Died

?" freak sends It into that cove. The BE HELD TOMORROW' EVE- HALF HONORS FOR DOUGH TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO* committee of five appointed to July 5, 1924.Subscribe .

"Afraid to trust feelings. Two there used to be of the best draw the Declaration
my trap one NING UNDER AUSPICES OF BOYS i CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES sheets.: 75c. The Artman Press up of Independence
'months ago I was going to marry on the river. CBy JOVE) aug7 State Chancellor, diplomat to The Citizen-20c

Rob Crocker. Now I don't lore him. "But why were you afraid former LOCAL ADMINISTRATIONEverything It's becoming a habit-this STARTS MONDAYBy farmer, patron to Fulton's weekly. -
This feeling I hare for Is dif Anne PRINTING
yon so persisted. shutout business in the Social -Quality Printing? at
ferent, I'd like to believe it would John smiled down at her."Must 1 the Lowest Prices. The Arc-

last forever but how can I? How do remind you that :you are very pre League. For the fifth straight man Press. aug7
'1 know? Fm not like you. I haven't dons to me?" was set today for game, some team received noth- ( JOVE) -- '

been true to a dream, as :yon have. They: Joined the others and a few the amateur boxing end wrestling ing but "goose eggs." And for The Bakers' diamondball team 1-- FOR SALE-Two

Oh. I liked yon that night at the moments later embarked upon a I card which is being presented Key'' last night at Bayview Park defeated for 5c:. The Citizen Of-
in
the second time
dance I hoped 1'd see you again. I smooth sea. tinted with the last of Westers tomorrow night under as many games I I fice. octl

even asked Duke Lansing to find you sunset the opposing team of the Admin- the Fjremen 6 to 5 and I 1 f!! rI '..

and bring you up. but yon didn't Anne going up the steep flight! of I the auspices of the recreation department istration ten has been white- i i PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed (

'come and Rob did. stairs to the grey shingled house she I, of the local WPA". The washed: cinched second-half honors of the i cards, $1.25. The Artman t f ; '

"Forget it,Nikkl.let's sit here and called home smiled at John I affair will get under way at 8 Yesterday afternoon, the FERA Senior League.It :Z Press auc'l.I 3i'
talk. We're a lifetime ahead of us. "See that window she asked o'clock at the Navy Ball Field boys shutout Blackwell's "Stop- t I I
Ill sail tomorrow and the pointing to the one looking west. i and i
during arena. Over" aggregation, which team is'! was a very interesting FOR RENT
time Fm away I believe youll learn 111 wait up here until I see your I i )
ship'come home." For the first time in several also credited with whitewashing hard-fought game all the way.
to trust your own feelings.Somehow UNFURNISHED HOUSE,
stood years. Key Westers will have an ,,. their first opponent, by the score The outcome was in doubt until! near
:II believe we're destined for each They for a moment In the business section, telephone IT'S PURER! Rqc'
other." darkness of.the room. "And as soon oppcrtunity to see a wrestling of 9 to 0. I the last man was put out. 704-R. '
match when Harry Lee Baker I I!I In two to the I nov22-tf LASTS LONGER!
Anne sat on a gray boulder and !as we sight land,111 start looking up I trips pan Lopez Easily the starring player of ? s
John [here, NlkkC end! It's the last thing tipping the scales at 227 pounds connected for two safeties. Goss i' LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT
at her feet bands
-
clasped
the Higgs. In four
rilloo\at when I put out to sea." and' Dex Woods, at 180. tangle in slammed out a home run. |.. game was
about his knees looked up at her; :I -2 bed rooms, conveniences b1 1 ICE REFRIGERATORS
Wordless communion until a familyof The next morning Anne stood at the arena for three 30-minute !! In the field Blackwell and trips tQ the plate, he slammed out porches. 519 Elizabeth

bluejays clattered down into the the window. watching a puffy little I falls i I Thompson played a good game for j i iI ,.two singles and two doubles, a Street. novlS i Made of all metal-equip
dell and began scolding.We'd tug escort The Star of Lapland to Baker has been training with a |I I the losers and E. Roberts for the perfect average. t
the bar then stand by as the sails I I 100-pound dumbbell and reports. Office boys. ? p1'i ped with WATER COOLERSy ,
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better get away before unfurled to catch the brisk morning; from his trainers that he I i L. Castro hit a home run for i t
say R. H. E. '
has Score by innings: I Modern 628 i
Papa Jay apoplexy. Anne conveniences
yen- wind.Long she stood there until the I I the Flame Fighters. i They're Economical
handles it much as most
persons Stop-Over .. 000 000-0 3 3
tured. ': -- White street or call at Gaiti'sBarber
last fluttering pennant had merged would baseball bat. J. Carbonell C. Garcia and J.
a 001 017-9 7 1 I
Administration
"Want to walk to the of the Shop nov12 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
top with the horizon mist, and then she In addition to the main eventof Black- Garcia were outstandnig in the
atteries B.
Roberts
bill? There's an old logging road turned to the threads of living I f : 1
pick
up field for the losers Hale Sweet- Satisfaction
near here. wrestling! a battle royal and well, Villareal and Sawyer; F. FURNISHED APARTMENT, with I
frayed by John's departure.
four amateur fights have been Stickney and J. Roberts.FOOTBALL ing and Navarro starred for the electric ice box. 1001 Eaton,
Slowly they walked,trees Priced
meeting winners. at
final
included in the card. The phone 879-J. nov9-lmox
''over head wild currant waving "T KNOW I'm a girl but even a girl ', .., i
Next Bakers
the
Monday night
fight event will include Manuel I
plumes of fragrant red blossoms in has some brains." I[ Booth at 147 pounds and Jack TILT AT and Firemen will begin a three- NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT 3O 35I
their path flowering dogwood with Anne sat on a wharf piling curls
the ; series to decide the cham- with 827 and
!' slim Lopez at 150 pounds--both in game garage. Apply
blossoms like carved Ivory dippingand tucked under a seaman's cap.
pionship of the league. The Fire Duval street. oct9
swaying above them. figure boyish In blue slacks and high welterweight class. PARK TOMORROW
I EASY TERMS 10 DAYS
dark blue sweater. Other fights are scheduled: be- I laddies won the frist-half honors. il -

bridges They swung crossed on streams cables on and plank then "But Nikkl." George was protesting tween Jasper Walker. 112, and Score by innings of last night's BICYCLES iii' .: FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

came out on the heads the river below "girls don't fish It's George Griffin. 115-bantam- contest: R. H. E.
them and beyond the Pacific sll- well it jsn't nice yon know what I weight; Edwin Nelson, 145 and I (By JOVE) i Firemen 000 110 111-5 13 2 BICYCLES-WE: RENT by the ICE CO. '

voted with afternoon mist. mean no girl wants to go around Joe S-ldano. 150. junior welter The High School football eleven Bakers 203 001 00x-6 9 2 Hour, Day or Week. Repairall ) Ii INPhone .

"1 know a short cut back: John smelling like a fish market. weight; and Eric Curry 131, and .. will tackle the strong Trojans tomorrow I Batteries: J. Walker Castro makes and paint them with 1JlVii ----

said, looking at his watch. ""Perhaps "I wouldn't be a very Dig market "Shadow" Ulric Gwynn, 131-''I afternoon, 3 o'clock at I and N. Hernandez; Ward and M. Nu-EnameL We carry a full 'g No. 8

we'd better take It." smell. George. she insisted. only junior lightweight. ;i' Bayview Park. Acevedo. I supply: of parts. Agent for the s I i
weigh a hundred and twenty. After the fight card offered I'I Fred Carbonell of the Trojans -I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And .

"And the men swear something Armistice had his out nightcap the Bakers will tackle sell them low $5.00
*TPHEY talked as they walked; that Key Westers Day night j[ has boys every as as
is. John talked and Anne lis awful sometimes. which was so well received a I t afternoon! practicing and theyI I I the High School squad. I down and $1.00 per week.

tened. "It won't be easy being the "But they swear In Finnish so 1wouldn't large crowd is expected to tarn I j I I I are in great shape. Initial fracas will begin at 7:30 J Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.nov18tf.

the wife of a fisherman. Nikkl. I reciting poetrJ.Yeh. know."but what they were out for the mixed card of fighting -1!i I I The ABC outfit is ready for I o'clock. !I I

want you to understand that. Not but you're learning the language and wrestling tomorrow night, battle,also and a hard-fought and
that I intend to remain one always. fasL"Wouldn't it is stated. exciting game is expected.

"What do you Intend to do. and that be fun said Anne I I

what did yon major In. at college hopefully. could learn to swearIn BEACONS TO MEET BASKETBALLGAMESAT '.

"Political economy he answered., Finnish and folks wouldn't know: I

"it's always appealed to me. My oh. George, you've cinched it now:

Irish side. 1 guess. But 1 believe there are two or three persons I'd WILD CATS TODAYBy GYM ON FRIDAY FIRMSWho
there is going to be a need of statesmanship Just love to practice on."

in this country. I believe "But Nikkl. there's storms and -

there will be the need of men who fogs. It's dangerous being a fisher j
can see both sides of the class strug man." ITe paused and looked at the ( JOVE) : (By JOVE)

gle which is making! Itself felt these girl who sat looking west chin This afternoon at Bayview Park Friday night the Winter Basketball i
You Service-Patronize Them
Rush To Give
Cays. thrust forward and ont the Lighthouse ten will meet the League will get underway I Ii

"I'm as anti-radical as men are And we'd like to take care of you Wild Cats in a regular Social i i at, the High School Gym.

made but I realize that unless lead- Orvi and me." t League: game. i A doubleheader is scheduled I

ers come out of the ranks agitatorswill Anne smiled at him. "I know you 'Friday afternoon the Bell for the opening. In the first eon-

speak for them and the chanceof would.And I'd love to have you take Buoys will tackle the Transfer I test, the WPA five will play the

welding the two factions Into a care of me. but I have reasons for Corner outfit. i Recreation quintet, and in the Star American Coffee R 0 S

harmonious whole will be lost. wanting to do this. George won't JOHN c. PARK NOW OFFERED IN 1FT'STHREE
?" ---
"I want to be financially free to you trust me
carry on this work. I've been askedto ." began George dubiously GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A CASH
"but gee. I wish John was here. ,. 328 SIMONTON ST. GROCER
run for the legislature but I'm not
"So do L" agreed Anne lightly, STAR Ib. 25c
ready to accept. I'm too young for \ SPECIALTY
I'm and jumping up thrust out her hand. fO1t 1101 Division Street
one thing, and not financiallyable \ LARGO Ib.. 18c
for another. But with you to ..;JJ!a It a bargain? Am I hired?" P L U M BIN G ,
help me.Ikkl-" TYou Coew you would l>e."grinnedthe M. v. & S., Ib., 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
big fellow sheepishly. \\st
lie looked down and when he saw \ .
"
., But having'agreed to take Anne ROASTED IN KEY WEST
the tenderness In her eyes as she aboard" the Nikkl. as part of her SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
looked up. he waited for nothing! : \) II -By-
more. crew,both George and Orvi set about \\0\\\)1\1 DURO PUMPS Groceries
making a fisherman of her.
-Nikki." he whispered know At first determined to cure her PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
now what you're going to say whenI
Line
Complete Fresh
of her peculiar Intentions they gave .
come back from Alaska I do. don't 512 Greene Street
her work that taxed her strength.4duties .. .J'
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which had sickened girls who Phone 25& .' PHONE 597
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"I-I think so. John" she agreed. had made holiday trips with them. -- -
She wondered if a ship coming I Ic
Acne! said nothing.She stood dutyat
from storm ridden seas knew the
the winch until she thought her HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
SPRING"SE !
peace she found In the haven of his SELECT SEA FOODSREAD-
back would break and her arms pop
arms. And then breaking Into the INS U RAN C E
out of their sockets. She learned to Jewfish, 2 lb.. 35c
charm of the moment came John's .
KEY WEST
voice low.curt- use a gaff without closing her eyes. IYINGI Yellowtail Steak, 2 11>>.. 35c THE '
She became acquainted with all the ANKSG
-Nikkl. hide there, behind that intricacies of the engine and horrified y ME THa Yellowtail .. Bo., 2 Ibs. 25c Office: 319 nu"a Street

thicket quick. LJisa by returning from the drift Grouper, 2 !L.. 25c SUNDAY STAR r
Like a shadow Anne obeyed. She
one night as oil smeared as any garage Creeper, 21b.. 25eMatto.
saw John walk towards the beach TELEPHONE
mechanic.The .
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and stretch out in the sand, back to riaL, 2 lb. 25c f
fish were running: they
a log. A moment later she heard SHRIMPSubornPtiun $2 Per Year
poured into the Columbia And the
voices. I FRESH Try' y.... M.... At
Sorkl boys were happy. They would
Select Key Weat' Only Sunday THE'
For a while she could not identify s. NNISSOast Large Oyde"
go a long this summer toward
; way
them,and then she looked out across ME c Fresh Crab Meat i. lb sass 6Sc Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant
paying off their debt But there were usEr J
the water. There was a fish trap FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLEN
there. The pilings to which the df! others who were not contented men I Business Office Citizen Bdwe1Mr Beer ____ IS.I .
who fished for the Farnsworth can
ferent sets of nets were hnn;. were neries. ,r LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis Co.no Diu., -
old. weatherbeaten. some of them I COMPlllTV
broken off at the water-line. The lit (CopyrigKt. itsi. If Jeanne Bairman a I PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------ SOc, T&r s4. SSeI

,tie shed which sat en its long legs at I
the mouth of the trap looked as If the Clouds future..ether tomorrow over

AARON McCONNELL
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........................ banker ex-president of the Bank SE YE NEW as F1ehla. Street pod in ." package JENNIE B. DE BOER

Birthdays1John for International Settlements, I HOME
Today's l ; FUNERAl;
born in Boston. 46 years ago.
........................ .Thousands of new General You can save as much as S4O 1 Ti,. I
Electric Refrigerator are ccthis fall cod winter with new
R. McOarl of McCook, Charles A. Beard of New Mil placing old wasteful method General Electric Refrigerator Watch >> ) PRINTING DlpIfW, SyJqIatltede -
Nebr., U. S. Comptroller General of refrigeration this falL in your kitchen now. Doctoe
frod bornat
Conru, noted historian, Ceu1es7
born near Des Moines, Isu, 56 Knightstown IndL, 61. years I O* .e. df. 1935 aloes-Frld.g-Merc thee,* Enjoy! the matchless coaveN.sesber1 A DONE BY US NOTARY PUBLIC
years ago. million AoUan'teorth.' nience of your new GE..se.
ago. Oftt new
General Electric Relr'.gfrater A down payment as low a. 1 WATCHMAKER, JEWELER IJCENSED EVRU+> > KElt '
U, S. Senator Carl A. Hatch of were p...dl...d te America THE.AND .--
I $2.OO will p.t one in your
New Mexico born at Kirwin,j i I Thomas I. Parkinson, presiden t ENGRAVER ..
bom. AaJaIa... 3KV1..
Kans.. 46 years ago. |i I ol the Equitable Life Assurance 1 See Him For Yom Next Wcrk ARTMAN PRESS

Society born in Philadelphia. 54 ALL PRICES REDUCED
The West Electric Co.
Mervin II. McIntyre: one of years ago.Chaim Key t Citizen BIll g. LADY ATTENDANT
President Roosevelt's secretaries, Hnl 9 Ie lZ-l Ie S Citizen Office

born at La Grange Ky., 57 PHONE 5 1
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ago. Weizmann English: GENERAL fSi ELECTRIC Ope. Sataaiay In..ta Po.N... sWEDNESDAY -.

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:-: :-: I School's Ahead. Snapshoot HERE TOMORROW! 1'wo Permanents WAVES
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Arrange DanceAt Program I Are you a good neighbor! training in social work, and OLD HSY WEST RESIDENT(! MRS. MILLER

Cuban Clab At HabanaMadridJuan Could you have saved some Father sound common sense mixed 407 SomUk Street Phone S74-

..._ I or Mother from suicide! with experience and good judgment PASSED AWAY 3:30 I

Y-Ki-Ki Club will hold their Carbonell genial and enterprising Could you have saved some child THIS MORNINGMrs.
manager of the Habana-' t from death or social disaster! "Unlike the tragedies of war the i BENJAMIN LOPEZ

dance tonight at the Cuban Club Madrid Club, is planning a delightful Could you have saved some home tragedies of unemploymenthave FUNERAL HOME

instead of the American Legion dance and entertainmentfor I from ruin! no bands, no uniforms, no Henrietta Adelle Whit- Serving Key West
Hall as was first planned by the tomorrow night. I Do you know .whati should have military crosses and Congressional I Half Ctmtmrr
organization. The affair will I With an excellent orchestra furnishing been done in your-community! medals, no unknown soldiers I- marsh, 59, died 3:30 o'clock this 24 Hoar Anbmlane :Service

start at 8:30 o'clock sharp. entrancing music for the: Are you supporting' te the limit buried at Arlington amid morning at the residence, 833 Licensed EmbalinerPfco.

John Pritchard's Orchestra will dancers under those delightful i of your ability-the: _eocial,agencies the plaudits of the nation. If Olivia street Funeral serviceswill .. 135 Night 696-U

be on hand to furnish a good pro- conditions which are found in Key .Y. which are serving the ever there was-a time when be held:! tomorrow afternoon ,
West heightened by the hospitable Cause of Human Need in your the sympathetic, skilled, experienced 4 o'clock from the residence to:.
tunes.
gram-of dance wt
atmosphere of the club, community! .'g. '' touch of the welfare Ley Memorial church.: Rev. M. L.l \\"III

the management is satisfied of They are doing what you would agencies was needed, it is 'Smith will officiate. j I i

Dance TonightAt large patronage.In like to do. or ought to do, and now.-llarry Emerson Fos- Lopez Funeral Home will be in SPEND /

Rani's Clab addition to the excellent y e f they know how. dick. charge ot arrangements. i I

service and attention offered by Will you help to "arouse the pub- The future welfare of your Members of Pythian Sisters, YOUR

Members of Dell Woods' popular the employes the manager has arranged lic conscience" to the need for community depends upon you Patriotic Daughters of America.

dance orchestra will turn out for a buffet lunch for the I united wise effort toward and the extent of your supportof Minoca' Council Pocahontas Ladies -i VACATION
which Thanksgiving bringing every citizen to the social Temple Golden Eagle, No. 1,
tonight fn their brand new uni- dancers at 'your agencies. : THIS YEAR IN :
status of "A Good :
Neighbor" Knights of the Golden Eagle and
dressed and
for the prepared,
forms when they play big turkey t 6t
West chef tin Can you and your community afford Independent Order of Red Men
Thanksgiving Eve Dance at cooked by a noted Key FLDRIDAtgourHwm
Raul's. will be served. to pay the price for fail- PLAN BABY SHOW will attend services and pall bearers -
ure to sense these needs and I will be selected from the two
One of the best floor shows in "It is our aim to always serve \
the history of the club has been the best in the best and most meet them! ON DECEMBER 5 last named organizations. :
Will you help to make this campaign I Mrs. Whitmarsh is survived by 'Yff
modern and can
arranged for tonight Heading the style, our patrons
for the mobilization for her husband, Thomas Whitmarsh;i ii ,."' \
will be Mrs. Eva Moore always be assured of excellent I
program who later years,when you are an alumnus you will get your greatest enjoyment Human Needs a bridge between i two daughters Mrs. Antoinette
and Mrs. DePoo, wife of Dr. De- service said the manager,
as you look back over the pictures you snapped at school. "what is being done" and "what The Past Pocahontas Club of Thompson and Mrs. Mary Gard-I
Poo. Many other good numbers'have hinted that the affair tomorrow
ought to be done"! Minoca Council No. 13. D. of P_ :ner; one son, Hiram Whitmarsh;I II FLYwith
been arranged. J night will be but one of a num. WITH the opening of schools a largement of the point of interest In
Latest Broadway selections will!ber to be given during the tourist season arrives for snap 1 the snapshot will give you a pictureyou Having met the demands of ma- will hold their annual Baby Showon I two brothers, Charl 13ecaise, the-
\ shooting and what a paradise for the will be proud to show to'your terial poverty what are you Key West, and liypb ( je.
be the orchestra. Thursday afternoon Decem-
played by season; ,
1( boy or girl who owns a camera. friends. doing to combat the "deadlier Tampa, and eight U gdc'hd ldJeb. I PAN AMERICAN PLANENo
ber 5 beginning 4:30 o'clock I
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at ,
------ I Whether you go to a little country When taking action pictures witha poverty of mind and spirit. Change In Rates
... .................... school with one room or a great uni- box camera don't snap the picture which follows periods of want at'the Harris School. Maker
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LOCAL DAIRIES, : / versity your opportunity for snap while the subject is whizzing directly and fear and suffering! Judges for the show will be \ AMlVALJNUs.MUlliNS' } .I Reservations Telephone.6e0Regular by Phone
} Ki., PERSONAL MENTION shooting is unlimited,providing you across your line of vision.Always When you balance your book at 1' out-of-town: folks.
use your eyes and the proper amountof shoot at an angle of approximately the end of the year, how many I FAMILY Planes, MiamiKeyWest
AREJNSPECTEtfDISTRICT ........................ good judgment Just as a news- 45 degrees.For people will be better safer,! Prizes will be awarded to the Airways Inc.SundayTuesdayWednesday.

I 'Nestor Recio and daughter, paper reporter develops a "nose for those who are not familiar happier, more secure and of prettiest baby boy and girl from .- '-

Mrs. Anita Bradley, who were in news" just so you should developan with, diaphragm openings and shut more real use to themselves and the ages of one week to six Friday

SANITARY OFFICER Havana for a stay of several days, "eye for snapshots. ter speeds let me explain that a box to your community because of months; six months to one year; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cruz of RATE ONE WAY, $7.50
There are, of course the obvious camera opened to its largest"stop," '
what have done and been! 618 Fleming street this morning
returned the Cuba yesterday you one to two two
on
CONDUCTSINSPECTION shots of the school building or buildings or lens opening, is comparable to year years; yearsto received Leave Key West 4 p. m. Arrive -
Are those who telegram announcingthe
a
afternoon. you among say three three to four
the be and approximately years; years Miami 20
as case may you on a folding cam- C p. m.
"I'm willing to help the deserv- birth of a girl to their son-in-
OF MANY PLACES will want them; but what about pictures era and the shutter works at approximately years-making a total of ten FatConforUbWSafeFAST
1ut- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Ernest .
Miss Dolores Nash, who was of new classmates, teachers, 1/25 of a second.If ing, prizes which have been donatedby
spending several weeks in Key old friends baseball and football you are fortunate enough to own Who judges what you may or may various: merchants of the city. M nil ins, at Pensacola,

Dairies operating }n Key West West with relatives, left yester- practice, the basketball team leavIng I' a camera with a fast lens and shutter not deserve! For further information call Fla. Mrs. Mullins was before
; for out of town and that is a different Phone 321.W.SERVICE. marriage Miss Isabel Cruz. Moth
day afternoon for her home in a game many story. Suppose The same Christ who had compassion -
have been inspected and graded Tampa. other Interesting story-telling. pictures ,for Instance,that your camera on the multitude." er and daughter are reported doing FREIGHT SERVICE

by S. D. Macready, district sani- has an 1.6.3 or 1.4.5 lens with shutter nicely. from sad t.
officer with the State Board, It doesn't maka any difference speeds up to 1/300 of a second.You The unemployed are men and TONIGHT Miss Mary Louise Cruz, sisterof
tary ;I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Miller and I women, even as you and I, who I Boston New York Miami
fortunate Mrs. Mnllins with
what kind of a camera you have you are a person for :you can, is visitnig ,
of Health, and A. C. Tanner,' son Bud, of 407 South street, left can take pictures under certain get much closer to the scene of ac are harassed with worry-fran- the family in Pensacola. Jacksonville
sanitary engineer. j I over the highway this morningfor conditions with a dollar box camera tion. Open the diaphragm to Its tic for lack of money-paralyzed AT CUBAN CHURCH Galveston,

In the interests of public' West Palm Beach to spend that, for record purposes are aboutas largest aperture, set your shnttaw : vith fear and ashamed of New Orleans and Beyond

health, Mr.! Macready pointed out, Thanksgiving with their son, Jack, good as those made with an expensive speed at 1/100,1/200 or 1/300. de{ the whole terrible situation.The i ITCHINGDon't

the city council several mr' ths'who is in school in that city. They folding model. pending on the speed of the action I family, basic: social unit of I I A Thanksgiving service "will! beheld From Key Welt alternate Fridays

ago passed the U. S. Public will return Monday over the high- Did you ever think of taking ac- and fire away. society. Its first line of defense I at 7:30 o'clock this evening From New York every Tuesday

Health Service standard milk or way. tion pictures with a box camera! It _In :school you study and expert-. : An income, health, i at the Cuban church. El Salvador, endure this From Boston every Saturday
dinance. The primary purpose of I can be done.Suppose you are sitting monk to gain knowledge your sub- home some recreational life, corner of Virginia and Grinnell tormentanotberdayApply I
the ordinance and its enforce-1 in the grandstand watching an exciting ject. 'The same system applies to strong of responsibility ResiDol' eke From Jacksonville, Miami ...1
sense
streets.
R. Lounders substitute ,
keeperat
football or baseball 'You snapshooting.! Study your camera ltekia skin anywhere New Orleans every two week
went is to make available the game.
ability to meet emergencies. The will] be carried
American Shoals who beenon .program-
has anticipate aa exciting play-full of and experiment and you will find It on your body,sad
prove
best possible quality of milk for! Second line of defenses Savings '
'I duty at the light arrived yesterday action. If:the light is good and you will pay you profitable dividends In relatives. out by.the. children: ,attending. the bow quIckly II gives CLYDE-MAUORY
Key West residents. friends and ,
j are two hundred or more feet from Interesting; story-telling :pictures .Wesley House. relief I. daily.. -
Milk of different sanitary] the scene of action you win get your that you will enjoy looking at for pride. .Mrs:' M L. Smith will deliver Dearly 4-0 yeah.P L1t..Ic.

quality is graded; and labelled]I' Al P. Johnson, first assistant picture. At that distance of course, ,,years to come. > When both lines of defense fail, art'tddress. OR. :.'the. occasion.- E. SMITH, A,ent
with different symbols so that the- keeper'at' Sombrero light station, I your images will be small but an en- JOHN VAN GUILDER. then the community begins: to Key West Fla.STEAMSHIP.
purchaser may have some means ; suffer.
is preparing 'to return after'spending .
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of the the
knowing of
quality I
pro- his vacation in Key West'with Needed ingredients for solving I PAtL.ACE.l
duct he intends to buy. The: !t! family problems: Faith in the -- -- ._ .
his -
family.- SERVICES LEY1 Montie Montana in -'- '-- '-
: UNION SERVICE AT
symbols used are A.. B, C and D. 1 individuals, trust in their in-

"Obviously," Mr. Iacreadylsaid ]I A. Maitland; Adams, manager of herent integrity personal!'. interest -J) GUN. SMOKESerial
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"from a sanitary standpoint:' the'Thompson''' interests in Key HERETONIGHT;1 1 1O 1ALCHURCIII : in each family problem.| and Comedy Co.
Grade "A.' milk is superior and the P&O
lower grades are inferior. Dairies I West, who.was on a business visit ; < ;J_ a the sense well-being of responsibility of for .L Matinee: 5-10c; Night: 10-15c. : UNITED STATES FAST
I to Miami, returned by plane this every person MAIL ROUTES FOR
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which have complied with the !morning.Miss Rev. Shuler Peele. pastor'of the I I I Ley Memorial h ist Church] iq the .community; .specific

sanitary requirements and thus ; Fleming Street .Methodist church.!I will! hold a Thanksgiving. service I 1 MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
secured a Grade 4A rating are I Phyllis-mii evening ,at'. 7iSd PERMANENT WAVING
of Jackson- announces that .there-will be 'a c-n Thursday' Leave Key West for Havana on Mondays and Thursdays.
furnishing a product that be : ; : I WAVES _.-...--.._ $2.50 and ap
may i o'clock.
ville, was an arrival by plane this BIG BABY SHOW
purchased and consumed with con Union Thanksgiving Service held i It has been customary in the SPECIAL Shampoo Wave and Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and
morning from Miami and will I II ,
fidence. Those labelled I at the church tonight at which Auspices Past Pocahontas Clab Manicure or Eye.
products spend while in West past at this time for the members si.00 Fridays.
with a lower grade are from a Key as time Rev. J. B. Jr. of Thank gviing offering HARRIS SCHOOL brows ............_..._____ ..
Culpcpper, to bring a -
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Avery John- Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M.
dairies whose proprietors have son. the First Methodist Church, will I I to apply on their regular Thursday Dec. 5, 4:30 O'clock KITTY SANCHEZ
npjt seen fit to comply completelywith I preach. I apportionment for missions and ADMISSION .. ......._._. lOc 219 Simon-ton Street Sale of ticket for Havana will .top at 8:00 A. M.

the sanitary requirementsand Mrs. Mabel Coles, who was The service is to be made up for the old Superannuate Preachers I For further information call Phone 71
should be considered accord! t of the 'Church. it is stated. J. COSTAR
H. Arent.
PPLANE spending a while in Miami and i of )Methodists Presbyterians, --- -- --- --- ,

ingly. f 1Jr i visiting with Mr. Coles chief I Congregationalists and Baptistsas The members have been furnished ................................................ -
I with little banks called a --- .- -.------ -- ---
the service the
purser of P. and O. S. S. Company the is sponsored by
,j returned this Ministerial Alliance. |"Joash .Chest. Every one is urgi -
BRINGS by plane morn-
; FD ?I itOhtbBSnil: Rev. Peele also states that I ed to bring this to the service, FOR SALE r.l'III.4TI"I.I" :IIIIIIIII.\

regular Thanksgiving serviceswill i> states Rev. Smith.BumsteadsWormSyrup. !4 ;
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12 PASSENGERS b EU 1 lentine 1 represent. be held at the church tomorrow 1----

f l ll'Z. ySiVirossoaP? manufacturers as. usual. I --- "Make ilfotir
Paper Pay
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arrived by plane this ';' <" >
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from Miami and after a short' "Thirty ways to cook carrots," *T:..laD..... ma ....... ., m fry." where Jf"s: ,.: ,,'" I
EQUAL NUMBER LEFT ON! May will leave this afternoon. i is the newest squeal by the agricultural itm-thm are follow..... IT NKVKH '\ '
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BOARD AIRCRAFT'YESTERDAY I I department Every time M* ., ,...\TOSls.. It contain fnll *.... '. ':. You Dividends! '
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blood vlxtT: t 4. Hold CTcrTwhonr 5 ,," 't"L. .s;!
B. F. Sas.net, second assistant we think of thirty ways to cook a < ":T _u. a-. bottlo.ftt. .
AFTERNOON keeper at American Shoals light- carrot we think of seventy-nine C. A. ,_.... M. 0).. JaD..aelDiala fcS

house, who was spending his reg- ways we don't like them cooked. s
ular quarterly vacation with his MONROE THEATERPeter

Commodore plane of the Mi family, left today for his station. Lorre-Frances Drake in Money Saving Prices
ami-Key West Airways arrived Medicatedwith MAD LOVE

this morning from Miami with a Miss Hilda Russell and Miss ingredients of J Katherine Hepburn and Fred
list of 12 follows Carrie Pierce who
passenger as : were spending! I McMurray in
Floyd Hannibal. Alvin Smith, a vacation in Fort Worth Texas. Vicks VapoRub j ALICE ADAMS
Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad-
Phyllis Hill Doris Stern, Eliza- with Miss Russell's brotherinlawand
beth :Stern, Naomi Stern, Josephine sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry VICKS COUGH DROP I Matinee: Balcony, tOe; Orchestra vertisers closely for special savings on your
15-20c Night 15-25c
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Ketzer, Mabel Coles Her- Curry returned this ;
morning, household necessities. Make your paper 'pay you
man Gillentine, Hilda Russell coming by plane from Miami.
Carrie Pierce. A Maitland dividends. The most interesting news in the W

Adams. ........................ ri .ll I Isi paper today is the advertising where you e&JI W*

Passengers to the number of Today In History s l save many dollars on the family budget by O
12 departed yesterday afternoon Oversea Co. 1
4 o'clock. On the list were: Harry ........................ Transportation ti _. patronizing those merchants who advertise their
Wilson, Harold Marks Earl f'. ..ji .. '" : goods.
1755-Joseph Salvador. London f -i't,. -.
OWNED AND OPERATED BY .- ..f"r.JI'l/ __ ..., .
Smith ;
Clark Roy Evan Chappell Jewish philanthropist bought <. 'rs.r jfl: ...:>. .. ,-;>c'

Frederick ton Robert Wanner.Vandiver Charles, Jesse Cols-Pus-, for 100,000$10,000 acres, for in a South Jewish Carolina settlement Thompson Fish Co. Inc.1 Key \West E THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST

ey, Gilbert Albury, Julia de I !I'Furnished fe OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF VERY-

Grasse_ and Lillie AppeL I REGULAR. AND RELIABLE FREIGHT BODY'S PURSE.A .

1842 Notre Dame University,
SER BETWEEN .
NOTICE Indiana, founded. .
merchant who advertises his prices
All members of Key West Temple 1868-Victory of Gen. GeorgeA. l West and MiamiNOW
Key charged customer 20 for article that
a cents an a .
No. 20, Pythian Sisters are Custer over the Cheyenne In two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead ,
requested to meet at the home of dians Washita non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
at River. street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
Mrs. Adella Whitma'-sh tomorrow MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST Why this big difference?

afternoon at 3:30 o'clock to at- 1911-Three new American -ON- of the sea and overlooking Coral Park

tend the funeral. Cardinals created. 1 For price and terms apply to ,

MRS. BESSIE LOWE, I TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS J| By patronizing. the merchants who present K.

nov27-lt M. of R. C. 1918-Germany released her their prices frankly and openly each week you kj

more than a million and a half WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY L, ARTMAN, I .
Italic Selassie'; is reported to tell prisoners of war. I Srf", help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT Jl

his warriors to "run for cover" SERVICE 3* The Citizen Office OF KEY WEST. %

during battle. If a commanding 1934-George ("Baby Face") :
OFFICE 813 CAROLINE STREET
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lieutenant ever told us anythingelse Nelson, outlaw, shot by Dept. of i or ,

besides that during war, we! Justice agent in Chicago. t TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 : Residence 1309 Whitehead Street I Make your paper pay you divi4 nrls. .
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fear he'd have to behead us foi '

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