The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00363
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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 28, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00363
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Asaoci Press Da y.; WIr. :- Key West. Florida, has th*

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Italians In Egypt Resist KEY IN WEST\THANKSGIVING JOINS II Greetings Sent To Roosevelt I APPRECIATION EXPRESSED 'BYGRAHAMCREW Cuban' Organizations Display

Sanctions; Said To Rely: On CHURCH f SERVICES- AND OTH- By Many Local Organizations ; : Interest In Matter Of HavingRailroadToKeyWestRebuilt I

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, .. ----- ----:::- ROOSEVELT Being Able To Join SPENT ENJOYABLE STAYIN 1f':8.4'I.I.I'.I'I'.AT.I'II -,

Admitted That SituationIs Thanksgiving Day in Key Westis Telegrams Sent To Roose-
being observed as usual and
One Calling For Serious HERBERT HOOVER IN veil And Other Officials
even though the holiday spirit is _
Thought In Activities ON prevalent in all sections of the PRESIDENT Appreciation of the courtesies DEMOCRATIC LINEUP Requesting Aid To Re-
city, over all there reigns peace 30-POUNDER extended the crew of the! United (fly A_..... Prrss. store Road

AGENT COSTAR DENIES REPORT and quietude.In FOR HIS THANKSGIVING Unable, because of inadequate LUBBOCK, Tex, Nov. 28.
I all the churches this morn- I States Army Mine Planter Grahamby Herbert Hoover bas a government Interest in the reconstructionof

By GAYLE TALBOT... THAT SHIP WILL ing services were held and ser- transportation facilities, to make I the citizens of Key West, i* job and is a Demo-
tlly AwMelated Pr* I West water melon the Florida East Coast Railway
BE TAKEN OFF RUN mons appropriate to the day were Key grown arrangement to become units of I crat.
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt Nov. 28. Presi- shown in the following letter received
heard by the many worshippers.In should today be gracing He's only 17, a freshmanat betweea Key West and the mainland .
-With the heat of the Le. ...'* I all of the churches special dent Roosevelt's table at Warm the Florida Motorcade which is yesterday: Texas Tech from Post
Agent John Costar, of the p.1 Springs, Ga. A fine specimen of Tea. I U being manifested by Cuban
economic sanctions turned full- songs were sung.Practically to leave Tallahassee tomorrow U. S. A. M. P. Graham
O. S. S. calls
company I all of the wholesale the fruit grown in the garden An NYA job makes it possible I organizations as evidenced by the
blast'' Italy, this powder- report that the P. and O. S. co'r- of- Miss Mollie Parker at 1015 South Enroute Norfolk, Va.,
against houses and City and County evening for Atlanta to greet for him to attend schooL
pany's vessel Cuba is to be taken I fices were closed throughout the l street was expressed Tuesday aft- Nov. 13. 1935. four telegrams from Jose ManuelCassanova
bo* ''of, the Mediterranean i ia off the run between Tampa, Key I'I'l President Roosevelt greetingswill Citizen I
day. All governmental activitiesat ernoon. Editor, The Key West 'd.lI'.4T I' II' president of tie So
steadily growing warmer aroundthe West and Havana, and also the I I the lighthouse department Miss Parker told The Citizen Dear Sir:
idea that the vessel may sail direct -,. barracks, naval station were still the melon was one of the finest ; be sent by telegram. Members of the crew of the cial Economic Union of Cuba berg

'edf es. I between Tampa and Ha- ed and after 10 o'clock there was she had ever seen and when i it, Meeting with Franklin E. Albert Graham wish to( extend their appreciation IAVAITINGVORD\ \ with reproduced:

Fromthe harbor, clogged with vana without stopping at Key no postal service, except by those was growing gave promise of be- to the citizens of Key
West, foolishness. handling the incoming mail from ing such an excellent one she de-' WPA District Supervisor of West for the manner in which we f ON NEW FERRIES Honorable Franklin D. Roosevelt,
British battlecraft to the bore- There is a probability of the Tampa this afternoon. cided if it should be ripe to send! were made to feel at home in I White House, Washington, D. C.
I France and chairman of the Key
vessel being sent to Mobile to go President and Mrs. Roose / where arrived No- Florida has always been like a
line OB either side of the city, Members of the Retail :Merchants it to your city we
in drydock for annual overhauland Association decided to velt for Thanksgiving dinner. west committee, a number of representative -I vember 11. Armistice Day, from prolongation of the Cuban home,
studied with freshly-dag British and that time STATED THAT TWO STEEL in our hours of sorrow, to a point
repairs, during I close at 1 o'clock and after that When removed from its stem Cristobal Panama. ;I :
gun emplacements, there is a feeling which will be of short hour only amusement places and Tuesday morning tHe melon was I citizens and members After spending a year or so on : VESSELS ARE TO BE where the names of Key West and

it i is said, one trip or duration'l I those dealing in refreshments weighed and tipped the beam at, of organizations yesterday morn- foreign soil and then receive the i I Tampa are inseparable from the
that if trouble starts among will be cancelled. However, the and periodicals were open for 30 pounds. Miss Parker fee's i welcome which was given us,I I PUT IN SERVICE history of our liberty. The peopleof

the great power it will most likely -! local office of the company has business. sure that if the! president decides i ing discussed the proposed motor, makes us feel as though our time I I Cuba suffer as if it were their
not been notified as to what date I I to enjoy it today he and his par- pent in protecting American interests -, own pain, the actual misfortunesof

I be touched off here. f j the ,vessel will go in drydock. ty will be the only persons in the I cade. abroad was not in vain.: Key Westers are anxiously I historical Cayo Hoeso, and l respectfully -

An authoritative Italian source TUG PIONEER country having water melon for It was decided to send to the We wilr ever remember the courtesies awaiting announcement by WPA I ask your excellency to

admitted the situation 'MRS. A. E. PINDER I II dessert. President the following telegram: extended and hop our next I officials of two new ferries,I I use your beet efforts for the reestablishment -
was the railroad to
fruit of
ARRIVES HERETAKES At the same time the was Key West, Fla. visit will be as pleasant. which it is hoped, will be placedin 'r
ticklish. hipped to the "President. Miss Respectfully yours, service before the beginning of the Island City as quickly as pos-
DIED YESTERDAYFUNERAL Parker sent to Keith Morgan" November 27, 1935. CREW OF THE "GRAHAM". the winter sible. That railroad over the sea,

"The Egyptian government, I[ ON GAS AT PORTER vice president of the Warm, Franklin D. Roosevelt, I I The mine planter and cable! ship Several weeks season.ago it was stat- called one of the wonders of the

with Britain pulling the strings Springs Foundation who was in' President of the United States ''I General Wm. M. Graham, arrivedat ed that money was available world a great' engineering' feat
DOCK AND PROCEEDS West last crate of West the of that is jonor to the gejiins of
force its SERVICES WILL BE Key year a I co! David Sholtz, Key on morning about $60,000, or the purchase of an
can citizens to break
own TO limes and one of that fruit with'I Governor of Florida, I November 11. berthed at fie Porter -t two I ferries which at present! are I the American people. Aad this

off trade relations with Italy," HELD TOMORROW the "outlandish name but inde- ''Tallahassee, Florida. i Dock company, and remained at Cairo, TIt railroad which has done : much

said this informant. "But she AFTERNOONMrs. Tug Pioneer, en route from Mi- scriably delicious taste, Monstera II IID81iciosa. As representatives of the people I in port until the following after-I These vessels are of steel construction good can still do much qfc Pd for

ami to Fort :Myers, arrived in also from her garden. ,I of Key West and Monroe I noon. : four and one half feet the friendly, cultural anf mercantile -

cannot give orders to Italian importers Annie E. Finder, 75, died port this morning berthed at the!, County, may we express to you The Citizen of that date car-! draft and can accommodate 30 life of the two natana.

and exporters here. \ yesterday afternoon 4 o'clockin Porter Dock for (as and proceeded WORK PROGRESSES and iMrs. Roosevelt our sincere, I ried a story of the arrival of the I cars each. They are,.of the stern Hon. Daniel C. Roper, '

Will Cause Conflict the residence 1107 Southard I I to destination. best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving ship and an interview with First, wheel type and j4levee2 speed l r Secretary, of 6aMtsete-1 -
street after ,a brief illness. i i I Power Barge Montgomery was aeamn. 'We of Key W stj l Lieutenant V. M. Kimm, commanding which will reduce the time now :i Washington D. C.
"The minute i she does she will] Funeral services will be held 4 in the harbor this morning with ON VALDES HO m I and Monroe County have much I the ship. consumed by the present ferries. I Cuba and Florida are united in

come in conflict with the interna- o'clock tomorrow afternoon from dredge in tow for Fort Myers. !I! be thankful for on this Thanks-1 Arrangements were started I I history through several centuriesand

Fleming Street Methodist church Yacht Alva. with owner Wil- giving Day. We have received I Ii IRECRUITING MEN some time ago to have the vessels i i that beautiful state of your

tional capitulations agreement. where the body will be paced! at liam K. Vanderbilt, Jr., and party EXPECTED RESIDENCE WILL'1 from your agencies, particularly inspected by United States officials ,'' union was one of the most powerful .

Who knows what will result if 2 o'clock. Rev. Shuler Peele will returned yesterday from a i the Florida Emergency Relief Administration : and if approved, purchase I'I'I I auxiliaries to our ease and

Britain and Egypt attempt to officiate. 1 short fishing trip to Tortugas, and BE COMPLETED WITHIN I I and the Works Progress -I FOR U. S. NAVY I negotiations will be concluded, .I that wonderful railroad that linked

break this international law!" Lopez Funeral Home will be in: sailed this morning. SEVERAL WEEKS Administration, assistance i j and crews will be sent from Key,]!i Key West with the ContlD1t.I .
charge of arrangements. Freighter Ozark from Jacksno- I i I in our hour of need.; We regret I I West to Cairo to' bring the vessels -1 I and that helped to bring the two

f The capitulations agreement The services will be attendedby vine and Miami for Key West and !I because! of inadequate transportation -I E. E. Hood, navy recruiting officer -: down by way of thejMisisij i. >- nations,to closer friendly. cul-

he explained, gives foreign gov- Knights of the Golden Eagle New Orleans is due to arrive in ;. facilities we are unable to in Miami was among the, pi River and Gulf of 2V-} iico to 'I. tural "" .-mfrtia! relations:

ernments sovereignty over their and pallbearers will be selected I' port tomorrow. Steamship Bra- I Construction work on the pretentious participate in the Florida MotorCade -I arrivals in Key West last eve i Key West. : I'I was partly destroyed by the hurricane

citizens in Egypt. Under it the from the organization.Mrs. zos from Galveston en route to I i residence of J. R. Valdesat :: welcoming you on your ar-;I i ning, coming here in the interestof on Labor I Day and that little
survived her New York is due tomorrow evening. Duval and United streets IS'' rivaL '
Pinder is by ART.o-
i recruits for the I
serv- which
i securing Florida tlwn
Egyptian could not DEP laboring
government FIVE
son. Harold Pinder; three brothers,I Steamer Alamo from New nearing an end and it is expectedthe i 1, (Signed) I it
I lame'- love! as though were a part
prevent any of the 60,000 Italians Charles Hilton, Key West; John York to Key West and Tampa, is home will be ready for occupancy ice.Mr.
Monroe County Board of County Hood states that all young 1 of Cuba, today suffers on tccountof ;
residing within its boundaries Miami, and Thomas Hilton due Sunday morning. in several weeks.
I Hilton Commissioners men between the ages of 17 and i ABOARD PLANEi that misfortune. We humbly
from Nassau, N. P.. and five These three vessels are units of The home, which is of colonial. I'
carrying on trade with the I : ( Key West City Council 25;), both white and colored. may i beg that you use your influence
grandchildren. the Clyde-Mallory Lines. type is being erected by Arthur i Monroe County Board of Public that all
mother country. I apply, and applicantsmust I and good will so that the railroad
What may logically happen, in 1 AUrmayor, who is considered one' Instruction be of good character whichis i| Plane for Miami left 4 o'clock I be pet back in operation as quickly
I of the most contractorsand 'i Over-Sea Road and Toll Bridge I to be shown in their record. i yesterday afternoon with the following as possible aDd for it again to
the opinion of Italian sympathizers HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY OF HAILE I builders in Key West. It is,, District He states that applications, passengers: Miss Ida Kerr, act valuable link in the commerce
as a
is that Greek Syrian, French II I I a two story dwelling and when The Key West Citizen should be sent to the postoffice;I William L. Wilson, IL GHlentine, ( of the two nations.

and other firms operating in!I completed will have cost upwardsof The Key West Sunday Star I building in Miami, Room 228. Joe Rainey and Frank Keisacker.

Egypt will continue their usual! SELASSIE HALTS HEIR TUTORING: $6,000. I I Monroe County Bar Association --'-- _. --__ __- n_ I I Hon. Cordefl Hall, ,. .
business I Ii! I I II i It is to be finished and furnished -, Monroe County Medical Association -,I -- -- Secretary' of State.
with Italy through Italian
in modern style with all ,
I I I Washington D. C. .
agents here. 1 I 05. Associated Press) ', up-to-date appliances and fixtures. Monroe County Dental Association VERY BEAUTIFUL AND INTERESTING I In Key West during' the latter
British Fleet Stays On PARIS NOT. 28.-Prince Makonnen. and showed skill as a fencer and New style wall board is being:i" ,I part of the Nineteenth Century

The danger may then be expected 12-year-old heir to Ethiopia ten boxer for," hours he said.to stories"He would of Na-lis-, used for interiors and the bath I II Arthur Sawyer Post, American BOOKLET ON NAVIGATION IS ISSUED Cubans not only found homes'and
is of inlaid tile. I cotlr1-!
if Britain and Egypt at- room beautifully I I Legion 'I means of livelihood but also
i throne, will be unable to poleon. !I Key West Pilot AssociationKey I : age and assistance in the) fight
tempt to halt this "bootleg" traffic "Movies of I
developed his spirit
I' West Rotary Club Beautifully designed and exquisitely tions of two nations, the United for their independence. Feeling? ;
continue his studies until the war and,JOHN CATES TO I
with Italy rising to defend adventure, a taste for danger
I I, Key West Woman's Club 1 States and Cuba, from, which it. as we do, the hardships which today
desire to become a hero, said colored is the intenselyinteresting
the privileges of her citizens. is over because his father cannot a Junior Woman's Club has distilled an individuality uni-I I besets our neighboring city,
"That's when we shall have the: the French schoolmaster. 'Ben RETURN TODAYJohn I Monro: County P.-T. A. Council t and comprehensive example que among American ports." we respectfully request your excellency -
showdown everybody is waiting I afford it, says his ex-tutor. Captain Hur was his favorite film. i Key West Golf Club ,'I Other features are colored i to lend all possible support

for," said an Italian authority. Funks Cigli. > Daily Schedule Rigid I Board of Public Works of the modern printing art maps of the Florida east coast to the activities of the citizens -

"Egypt cannot live without ex-!'I "Makonnen' would rise punc- Cates, brother of Myrtland, Key West Fireman's Association recently issued for the Commissioners showing the principal cities andi of Key West for the reestabHsBinent -

porting cotton to Italy. We shall "The emperor said he had to tually every morning at 7:30. At Cates, who has been absent from,, Key West Policeman's Association Florida Inland Navigation 'i one map of the entire state showing -,, as soon as possible of
see which means most to them- : said I II eight he would breakfast save on of the railroad communication with the
; reduce household expenses, the city for about 18 months, is ;i; the route from Fernandina to,
se'f-preservation or her allegi-:I; Captain Cigli, a retired French t tI fast days prescribed in the Coptic expected to return to Key West Key West Country Club District announcing thecompletion Key Rest On this map is found'!mainland. Marvelous engineeringfeat
ance to Britain. i I naval officer who spent 18 months'I religion. At nine he would takea 1 this afternoon over the highway. San Carlos Institute the Florida Intra-i I!' the names of all of the lighthouses' which has done so much to
Meanwhile, it was learned that I I I i at Addis Aoaba teaching the :; walk and return in time for his About eight Mr. Monroe County Planning Board of i i[on the coast from Amelia light at bring ow two peoples closer to-

the British navy intends to display -j i i prince history, foreign literature French lesson between 9:30 and Cates was accidently years wounded ago bya The Cuban Club coastal Waterway from Jacksonville 'Fernandina to Sand Key light:gether. '

its might in Alexandria har-: French, fencing and boxing, "and : 11:00. Between eleven and noon, bullet Retail Merchants' AssociationKey I about seven miles south of Key i,I
!!I which entered an and West.
!' eye to Key I lion. Henry A. Wallace,
bor at least until February, no even the meaning of various religions -' he would box, fence or shoot. lodged against the brain. For West Philatelic AssociationTaxi : I I West and all of them shown in
matter what Mussolini does about i ." "After luncheon he would amuse 1 long time he suffered and a Drivers' AssociationKey f The front cover depicts a sec-,,,their correct geographical loca-:. Secretary of Agriculture! ,

his troops in Libya, across Egypt's I" Emperor Advises 'Vacation himself planting or tending!eventually taken to the state was West Spongers' Association i| tion of the Florida shoreline. In tions. I i Washington D. C.
I is one of the highestsentimeats.
western desert border.Commissionaries flowers. Then from 2:00 to 3 Grocers' AssociationKey
"The emperor advised my wife I :30. hospital for treatment. I Wholesale the foreground a cabin cruiser One page of interest to the .
catering to of the he would take another French lesson West Retail Grocers' Association i I The Cuban people
sand i me to take advantage j I is devoted'
; : Recently his relatives were informed and to the left in colors the six I yachting fraternity, ,moved by the aforesaid beg of
British i
sailors have been promised -> one year vacation clause provdIed whjle from 3:30 to 4:30 he I I -: entirely to the insignia of the 16
I I that he had recovered suf- Alliance the International ,Code I I I your excellency to help Key West;
business until then. [ in our contract and leave: would study Amharic official : Key West llfnisterial! flags of : yacht clubs of Florida and carries
ficiently to be returned to his ,
I I in its efforts
to have reconstruct
The big British armada con- .; Abyssinia before hostilities broke i court language of Ethiopia."At home Key West Hospitality League! I which tells the voyager "The reproductions in color of the various ,
and members the
tinues to operate under almost 4:30 he had tea. A't five i of familyare West Hotel Association l ed, as soon as possible, that mar-
out" he said. Key
: Channel Is Proceed. i the organizations.
I Open
| to l ensigns of !:
preparing give him wel-
a Board y velous railroad which once con
wartime conditions, with ships : dressed in his West Realty
Thsi was two weeks before princely garments,I Key Embellished with six artist'ssketches The booklet is one which will.
come upon the arrival of the ferry Association I' I II nected her with the mainland.Our .
going to weekly for tactical I he the West Auto Dealers -
sea Mussolini's legions crossed the : 'Would attend royal court Key
I this afternoon at No Name Key.THANKSGIVING : and photographs of pointsof never lose interest to the Floridian:
Marti and
maneuvers and all ranks requiredto Eritrean frontier. The Cigils then receptions. His bath was I I asylum
I I interest and activities alongthe or those visitors who spend their j
be aboard by midnight. I I returned to Paris. I pared at six. Dinner took placeat Key West Garden Club waterway from Fernandina to:;vacation periods in the state. It I',:valuable help in that neighboring,
Tree Gild city. It is with a deep feeling of
I Prince Makonnen lived with the seven. I I Key West I
; I Key West the inside pages of the will be of inestimable value to the i
NO LUNCHEON OF i Ciglis. The captain found his! "After dinner was playtime un- NITEDANCE I Key West Hardware Dealers Florida booklet convey to the reader a j(!voyager as well as an adornment I:gratitude and loyalty to the citizenship -
I "E" 265th CAC I of Key West that we appeal
charge an apt and lively student -. til nine which hour was devoted to Battery series of informative articles:! to any library section where interesting -I,
Guards to to assist them in this
National you
i I physical culture. Ten o'clock was t which at. once claim interest for: facts of Florida are i j
ROTARIANS TODAYDue ': "He excelled in mathematics, bed time. Caballeros de la Lux: their comprehensive and 'I their worthy endeavor.
i Key West Lodge Knights of Py- delightfully sought j jI !
j i I entertaining data. I Others of the powerful agencies
I I '
1 For Members and Guests i i thins I.
1 I I
One paragraph pertaining to I in Cuba bare to
promised give
-YOU CAN GET- Key West Pythian Sisters I'
to the fact that today is 1W; FREE TURKEY BUFFET i I B. P. O. E. Lodge No. 551 Key West is as follows: The!! THANKSGIVING I their efforts to bringing about the

Thanksgiving Day there was no, $ettgt'dm.S W SUPPER i Key of Gulf Castle No. 2, Knights course from. Miami to Key West: I reconstruction of the railroad and

luncheon of the Key West Rotary GMDUJILK I, !; of Golden Eagle I through Hawk Channel is navigable -:i GREETINGS! i the press of Cuba has in several

I and t-t cure I HABANA-MADRID CLUB Florida Temple No. 1, Ladies of I by boats of 10-foot draft At 1 I issues of various periodicals carried -
regular meeting will be I WHISKIES AND GINS PALM DAIRYPhone SCRIPT TILL Golden Eagle the end of the journey lies one of Fnlford's Poultry Farm I articles showing the necessity
$1.00-9 3
held next Thursday as usual, it 453 Free Delivery I Tiger Tail Tribe L O. R. M. I America's most picturesque cities.][ of rebuilding that portion of the
was stated. 1 (Continued on Page Four) Key West, tinctured by the tradi- I road destroyed fa the hurricane.
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arfte Seg iatSt! Ctttjen READY TO MOVE 1[ KEY WEST IN-' .o.oP II TODAY'S WEATHER 1 11 11I I ..,.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee THE SLEEPING /.I.I

Published D&UY Except: Sunday By -While European conditions are unset-
-=1't.. p, ARTMAX. President tled as a result of Italy's attack on Ethiopiaand I I CHILDBy
JOB ALLEA AsaUtaat Easiness Manaa-e Happening Her Jest 10 Year: I
Te.peratoe fresh southerly winds shifting to
From The Citizen Bnlldlns the subsequent efforts by members of Ago Today As Taken From 'I r I
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Highest northwest.
Comer Green and Ann Str..teonly the League of Nations to The Files Of The Citizen ',
apply sanctions.
Lowest .._.. Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
Mean _..._...._ ( BILLIE CAMERO)
m' Key West and Monroe Japan is to take
Dally Newspaper preparing advantage of Moderate to fresh southerly
County.: Twelve torpedo planes forming Normal Mean ete.......ease.55555555*
the situation and further extend its con a scouting fleet of the United;P pa winds shifting to northwest and There is ... like
Watered at Key West. Florida. as second clan matter nothing anangel
States navy will make Key West a overcast weather with showers
trol over Chinese territory. j Yesterday's .
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAK winter maneuvering ground from' I'I Normal tonight and some distance off the like
Member of the AMoelate 1..... Recently the death of a Japanese January until the middle of May. I I coast Friday. Nothing more he'tenlygrace.
Tbt nfr4 .
the Associated Press Is exclusively: entitled to tie marine The commander of the squadron a .4lBC at h .'., East Gulf; Moderate to fresh.I
for rtru+Seit.om of all news dispatches credited to.t while on Chinese territory servedas communicated: with the local ;; Than sleeping eMM m Its mnocence -
naval '> winds northeast
Toa southerly shifting -
and also >o>
otherwise credited In this paper I
5 he ar local not news published here.'NATIONAL an excuse to land two thousand Japanese station several weeks ago. At the I R Sun rises .._. and overcast weather with',[ ,

marines from ships at Shanghai. It was at same time inquiries were sent to Sunsets...?_. showers this afternoon and early'1with I peace: upon its face.
ECllCRIAl other stations and bases regarding + i I 'tonight, partly overcast Friday.
this city few that s I Moon rises
) ( JJ ASSOCIATION a years ago heavy fight- the facilities for planes to head-1 cacr.ds,..: Moon sets u :i U S. K F;:;N tan': When the _to ***** heads of
: <=/H..IUHAL t. I9.35aS'BSl'RIP'r10N ing occurred between Japanese and quarter during the winter ; Officer in Charge slumber
: IUTESune I Chinese soldiers., months. After receiving replies: "HELLO TOOTS I SEE VOURE Gently etoe its epeen: re-

Tear ___________._m $11,01O from other points it was decidedto : HAVING WORLD PREMIERE!/ \ : ........e..e.e..e..e poee.
g1z ._ .. -.- -- Leo The Japanese are not interested in High .__....
--'---"- base at -
I Key West.: 150 men and It is as heavenly as am angel
]'Jne xkre.Month Months L11S seizing control of Chinese territory as far officers will be quartered at Key' ......... SC e e e eea.e ease i: Today's Horoscope As beautiful as a reee.
Weekly .05 south as Shanghai at the present time West during the maneuvering Low ..-......_ .....S...........S...... ,

ADVERTI'UtO RATES however as their immediate ambition is periods and gunnery practice and Today'sAnniversaries IVaremeler .:
Vad. known on application.SPECIAL torpedo work Sea level i 1:
be featured toward
to take control of five provinces further to I ably scientific research KEY WESTCOLONIAL
during the the : The
3VOT1CEAH I stay of squadron. |' mind is ingenious, inventive
reading notice, card of thaoLa, resolutions of the north including Peking and Tientsin, 1..1 WEATII '! and practicaL There is a suffi- HOTELIn
re,1..'rt, obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at : I .:

the rate of 19 cents a line. which would form a unit with the territory Mrs. WilIiaPinder., age i f J 1757-William Blake. English I ciency of ability, though sometimes -
Notice for entertainments by churches from which 60, died today at the family home I mystic and bern. (Till 8 ) I i j covered :>y' the lack of reso the Center of the Business
taken for the state of poet painter
a ri-ventf Is to>> be derived are S cents a line. already new Man- lution. Theater District
The Citizen: Is an open forum and Invites dUcuf- I 623 Fleming street following an Died Aug. 12, 1827. Key West Cultivate alertness off] and
don of public lasses and ubjects of local or central chukuo. illness of several months. Funeral!( -- !i i mind that people may not impose -:
Interest but it will not publish anourmous communication There 'services will be held after-i i I \ 1 upon rob of First CJuF"a.prlS..ibl. -
*. are some signs that Chinese Sunday 1829-Anton Rubinstein'.-Russian you or you your J
noon 4 o'clock from the residence'| t///' just reward for your services. Rates
leaders convinced that born. 1[='"
are they ', f.ianist and composer I
An electric light company furnished will have to fight eventually to protect the of Surnvors the First are the Methodist husband church.W. Died Nov. 20. 1894. "tw-J I I The Great Barrier reef extends j!!1 1 Carat El..afar

"light" refreshments. Me>-u power to it.madam's independence of their country. Especiallyat Pinder and two daughters, Mrs.1!I. --- I I.f along the Queensland coast of j r
1831 John! r Prices
; W. Mackay, California [ 4c Northeastern Popular
Canton Chinese nationalistic sentimentis Charles Albury, of Miami; bars ; ; Australia 900 nautical -
William R. Lawless, of this city. j j i pioneer popular bononza -____ miles. j
,wife too like Caesar's, was strong enough to insist that Japanese aggression king of his day born in Ireland. I (' ... .
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above suspicion, but it was a cinch for her. be opposed. By this time the County commissioners are considering -;J j!I Died in London_,-July_ 20, 1902.j ,a w :1JPAJlC""I'I -

Chinese leaders probably realize they can- a proposition to have a:: 1837-John W. Hyatt, prolific
survey made of the three large Showers' CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
not expect any help from Europe or Am- Ney Jersey inventor-manufactur- ;
Yes, we have rain checks and a rain water gaps in the route of the.i
erica in :i er, born at Starkey, N. Y. Died
of checks, the latter falling on the just and opposing Japanese aggression. Over Sea Highway to the main-1 at Short Hills N. J., May 10, ly cloudy i; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
Japan has already withdrawn from land. The showers '
unjust alike.If proposal was submittedby 1920. KEY WEST
the League of Nations although it was a Joseph Mountjoy Porter at a .
meeting of the commissioners last a. at the close of business; November 1, 1935
member when it seized Manchuria. At I 1858-Frederic: Almy nation THE
you want to learn sc nething about night. The only expense to be ally-known: Buffalo, N. Y., .civic c..ptr.ll-
that time the League was helpless to pre borne by the county will be the
human dial udball team leader and social worker bent at RESOURCESLoans
nature run a ;
salaries and of the
vent it because enough to expenses two
no power strong .
New Bedford, },fa.... Died in Buf.
you will learn plenty. challenge Japan felt that its interest in the surveyors who, will make the survey ,I'falo 1935. and Investments_ $ 304,148.10Overdrafts
Aug. 2-1. {
,. The survey is to be made at ......._____ 89.14
Orient justified war. Further Japanese the points where it will be neces-i flanking House, Furnitureand
I 18C4 M. Garrison
-Undley ,
It is called work relief and a lot of aggression would encounter no more op- sary to construct bridges. It is the New of + Fixtures __ 33.920.76
t Jersey lawyer secretary Stock of the Federal Re-
people seem to think that means relief position from Europe or America and the construction of the bridges which war under Wilson, born at Camden 1 serve Bank __ 4,600.00Temporary
requires the Survey
from work.-Miami Herald. Japanese know this. If China receivesany which following estimatesfor N. J. Died Oct. 19, 1932. n jf Federal De-
a report covering posit Insurance Fund 1,954.01
protection from Japanese aggressionit the work and all other matters 1878-Edwin P. sorrow Ken-, United States Govern-

will have to come from the efforts of the pertaining thereto will be pre- tucky's noted orator and gover- .6. ... : ment Obligations direct -
: Jimmie Stover 7 of shot CH. S. B.
years age, :rented to the board. 'I and fully guar-
hole Chinese themselves. S nor born at Somerset. Ky. Died A human I anteed _..._.._ .602788.13
in one, just like that. Yet great big at Frankfort, Ky., June 15, 1935. : where you will
.. Other Marketable Bonds
to the annual eomfert *
gazaboos brag about the feat done by this According reportof I II ter of great and Securities .._ 178,668.49Cash
HOW ABOUT CARELESS the United States commissionerof t eluded in this amount was $317.25in t
mile of kid.'Vhen and due from Banks 277,578.38 1,059,035.00
a .
lighthouses, the Florida district cash donations. The expenses A steel 11. .
I. lb.
may soon obtain funds for the amounted to $39,79,and the .proceeds ... 1404245.01! )
construction of a depot at Key, from the various booths and Every Room
the Key West WPA bridle West. The depot is tables $666.25. One and Shower LIABILITIES
Automobile drivers are always accused present con- supper was CeUIngr Fan, "
paths are completed, they will undoubt- of being when pedestriansare ridered inadequate for handlingthe : half of the proceeds go to the Ca-: Ventilation.I : : I .
wrong Capital 1100.e.e'Q.eOSurplus '
Mattresses of '
edly lead to bridal paths. But bridle needs of the department as tholic church and the balance to!
or of struction and and Undivided Profits 64,207.16Deposits
injured but in many countries the congestion is so great that .ihe Catholic Daughters of
bridal both will their in time. A'meri-i ing! Lamps. ...i 1,240,037.86
play parts is lost im- .
Europe says Alvan Macauley automobile much time and activity J I ca society for charitable I

executive, the pedestrian is presumed peded. The commissioner has re- 78 ROOBM. ::::: : : ;: I 1404245.01
recommended that $100.000 be set;j. Legion Post officers for the Ml Re....
International Note Both Canada with the motorist until the I 4e) a.e... PrI.
j : equally guilty aside for the improvement of the year 1926 will be installed in the 24 R..... ...... : Member of Federal Reserve System

and. the United States claim the other got contrary is proven. local depot and enlarging it to a i 1, near future. Election was held !. Samnle a.. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatlo.SPECIALOFFER0.
off-second in size which will enable carrying on last night. Results showed officers BLIGHT I>
best the recent trade treaty. Very often, one has observed men, oe<:
the work of the depot withoutunnecessary elected as follows: George Lucas
But why the aspersion; isn't it supposedto women and children deliberately violate 1
delay. post commander; Wm. J. S. Scho-
be a reciprocal treaty? the laws of traffic stepping out before ( neck first vice commander; E. B. II.I"I.I'II'.I'.I'.tIT.I".I'.4T1'4r. .4T.lTI'.4T.4T.JfT".4/1t

automobiles and inviting injury. Pedes- Editorial comment: In the ease' Lewis second vice commander;

of the flappers too. some observers Roy E. Faulkner, post adjutant
Since wool has risen in price it is not trians often disregard the traffic lights set ;
j "first abhor, then pity then Charles E. McCoy finance officer -
pulled the be- up to protect them. They often insist upon embrace." Paul
over eyes so frequently as i, ; Hapke. chaplain; I. J.

fore; cotton, the same material used in taking chances by running before cars that )Moon historian; J. C. Salgado, |
have the undisputed right-of-way knowing The sum of $1,023,79 was real'sergeant at arms; Captain J. J.
stuffing our must answer the
ears purpose ized by the Catholic Daughters of i Maher, J. S. Moore and T. II.
at least until better times. full well that, if they slip, death or per- America from the bazaar held the Reid members of the executive _

manent injury is certain. first three days of this week. In- committee. MOUNT VERNON TOPI

Mr. Macauley insists that there are
Neurosis, a functional nervous affec- --- -- --- --- --

tioR, attacks people of varying ages. By many times more reckless pedestrians than

dropping the "u" we have a disease drivers and laments that they are not .

punished by the courts. We do not know \\ I
known to us as Nerosis, which frequently fo,1iust

affacts elderly males, resulting sometimesin how accurate his estimate is but we agree t rr t

with him that something should be done
reducing them to the status of wittols. I \11 .

:J t with any pedestrian who deliberately I\" I .

If violates traffic safeguards whether the
iln November, workmen, which in- \ 1" t '
idiot is hurt or not. \\o\\ .
clues '''the boss, had five pay days. Ir \ :
this raises another
However, prob-
December, however, there are only four. I *. .. .
lem. It is hard enough for police and I ;
Bur this will be compensated for by five highway officials to apprehend careless PAY NEXT

Sundays. The seeker will always have
drivers and to arrest all careless pedes-
something pleasant to find, if he looks r
for it. trians would be a job sure enough. Anyway SPRING !

there is much merit to his complaint
and nothing wrong with the hope that |

It is said that clothes make the man. i some day traffic laws and regulations will tt1 AKXSG IV1NG1 1;

This is not strictly true though clothes pSE E
be more strictly enforced, both against ,

like language, are made to deceive. Whereone driving and walking offenders.BIG .

fellow reads a stranger's character in

his:face, a hundred read it in his get-up. MOTORING WINTER ., ; (
i ii I
When you are somebody it is not necessaryto I .: V 1RISZM :

pay much attention to you* dress, but if I During the last summer, according to rISE AIE C 716PIECE'

you are nothing in particular, it is a mighty i figures supplied by the American Auto ,

valuable asset if yon dress to look like mobile Association, 37 million people went

something special. touring, and spent four billion dollars for

.. -- I gasoline oil, food, shelter and other neces
Athletics : ,' .' ...: -. ,
stands for the best that is in sities. *' j I

a man; in it there is no place for hatred or In a recent .address to company field y IAAS!

class prejudice. There is a diversity of representatives, John D. Collins sales manager 4 usE t'E NEsoe I

opinion in the United States whether its of the Tide_ Water Oil Company, it

athletes should or should; not take part in called attention to the fact that last spring j Thousands of new General You can save as ranch as I4O

the Olympic games scheduled to be held in he predicted that we would have the biggest j Electric old Refrigerators wasteful methods are replacing General this fali and Electric winter Refrigeratorof with a new SET consisting of 4 plates 4 Cereals 4 Cups e

Germany next summer on account of the motoring summer in history and i this falL in kitchen now.
our j refrigeration your IO I 4 Saucers while they last at per set $1.00
atfitude of the ,
Nazis toward the Jew. The made the further prediction that the coming I awe dag mlmmt-Fri* Enjoy the matchless convenience -

Citizen thinks the American athletea winter will be the biggest motoring{' _November MUIfon J.doJJors'worfc 1935-mere W liras i-u of year new G-E man..wt
General Eittri Ildrilr.A down payment as low as
should not take part, and does not winter record. .
agree on Amtnicj.1
ewes purchased
$2.00 will pat one in year:
South Florida & Co.
w2h the accusation that our abstention Among the reasons given by Mr. Collins none. Contracting Engineering

would< in itself be a violation of the spirit for this belief is that business is experiencing -

of'sportmarship. In this writer's opinion a real revival and people have The Key West Electric Co. S Pace- 598" White and El+u Streets S

keeping away from the Nazi Olympic! more to 'spend on new in
money cars, or
garnes preserves rather than: deiroy.j theOrympjc I bringing into service old cars which have! GENERAL: % ELECTRIC I "Your home "worthy of the _best"r .

) ideal. been 'laid up for economic reasons. W".IIIIII"'II".lI.lI"'IIIIII.I'Iw


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[ eeeeeeeeeeeee..eeeeeeeefi LEGALS The only lizard known to be.

k MIH COURAGE -. i'i CLASSIFIED poisonous is the gila monster

b Jeanne Sowmaa, jsryoPdllt NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
COLUMNSALESMEN under and by virtue of and pursuant -
to that certain decree made

mow Kikki Klelta A... a'member.......ore.f. 0'. Farnsworth crowd. "Sorki brothers SPORTSBAKER f........................ and June entered A. D. 135.on the by the 15th Honorable day of|

1AS JUktaa colony at Union Town, won't stand a chance of havingit Jefferson B. Browne Judge of the .
*.tead o/ a. of Portland'. leading made good. WANTED Circuit Court of the TwentiethJudicial )
4ebuta.tt*. U .*y *tra"0tfti Circuit of Monroe County.I)
The of
powerful boat
I1I"* fear coMplied to rttf MC. a.rta engine MAN WANTED for Florida in Chancery, in that certain! JQHire
*er present tat*-or <. it being started Its burn strangled stopped. Rawleigh cans therein pending wherein WDJ. ,
"'red_*" <. b_ carved Ike lot It started again ehoke Time after Route of 800 families. Write 1L EatwUtle U complainant, and!'
01 itcfe a man a*John Nn"a1l' 4f i Randall and Susie'!
today. Adam Jr.
Rawleigh, Dept. FAK-
any rat lava kopts ta Rod out time the performance was repeated ,!
Adams his wife defendants
,, are
what Aas cawed roe Parley ta 11G-SA, Memphis Term. !
then suddenly It started towards the in!
Kftat the undersigned special Master
tern and
am aa vtetaiwfy. .....
the tmtl im to t* rarMwrtfcefnntriet. gilnetter. I eeee..e..e.e.e.e e nov8-14-21-28 Chancery, appointed by said decree,;'
TO MEET HANDBALL SERIES will offer for sale and sell at publicoutcry
SH if teorkint on tAt I WANTED j
Paralyzed Anne watched until It
boat aka an* .o.fAC for tk. SorM I SOCIAL LEAGUE to the highest bidder for This
box*. sad bete* wUJk Z4ua. LAW came close. Horrified she faced the
cast man who had slashed the net Tom \WOODS TONIGHT I AT BAYVIEW\ PARKA Ar.'TED-Best boat $40 cash 1 County Monroe County Court House Florida in, on Key Monday We.tor I I Army Of

Farley sobered now stared at her I STANDINGBy will buy; describe. Box IIG I>ecemb r 2nd, A. DL 1915 (same being -
Chapter 30 In amazed recognition.The I 1! qo'! Citizen Office. nov28-ltx a rule day of said Court-and a
gilnetter lipped with the wash I I ,legal sales day) during the legal "Salesmen"THEY'RE
hours of sale to-wlt between II
of their wave as they veered b,. :, WRESTLING MATCH AND BOX- ( JOVE) handball exhibition: will be. PERSONAL o'clock In the forenoon and 2 O'clockin

YNE only censed the growing and Anne sank to the floor of theboat. AT .; ........................ played at Bayview Park on Fri-1 the afternoon of said day. thefollowing THE ADVER-
ING CARD NAVY described
)noreet at first for John had day afternoon, beginning at 3 I property to TISING COLUMNSof
satisfy said decree by payment of
There was no of staying long
j o'clock, bewteen Walter A. and the amounts therein specified:
aed everyone that she was to be BALL FIELD:
on the river. Anne looked at the Administration ..-.---.20 .pct.1 Jack C. of the Han-si INDIGESTION victims, why i In :Monroe County Florida;
from knowing the truth of dangling net as George drew it slowly I Lighthouse ..._.........2 0 and Edmond A. and George V.I suffer? For quick relief geta Part of 9, Government Township Lot e3 1.South.Ranice section -. -

I If possible for her ownell II I I In. The great gash slashed la It I Bell Buoys .... ........... 1 0 1.000 j of Bayview Park. This is the free sample of>UDGA, a doe. J* East of Tallahassee
bad released the fish. Only a few fBy JOVE) 'High School ....-.-..... 11 .500 tor's prescription at Gardner's )Meridian described as follows: The West
first of s series of games to be ConTmencing at the southeastcorner Key
t first she was concerned only : were entangled; In what was left Tonight, beginning;" at 8 O'c:1OCk.1 Transfer Corner ...... 0 1 .000 played. Pharmacy. of Government Lot Two

Ith! delight la her growing knowV' Like silk. It was" murmured the wrestling match and I I Wild Cats .. ....m...... 0 2 .000 I Within the next week regulartournament nov 20-21.22-27-28-29dec4-5-6; <2) Section Eight (I) Township CitizenThey'll
OrvL 1 I Sixty-three (C3) South Range
card will be staged at the Navy Blackwell's Stop-Over 0 2 .000 11.1213xs Thirty-eight 3S) East, from
g. and Increasing strength. Herm They turned back to Union Town II i will re put on, with (
'r aid point run North Ninety <.e)
body was rounding her skin with scarcely a word spoken be- Ball Field. I prizes to be given. and all interested FOR SAVE feet; thence run South forty- take your messageto

coming a dusky gold cheeks and tween Them.George Harry Lee Baker, Key West's I l FOOTBALL: GAME are requested to get in' four hundred(44)twenty-four degrees East.(224) Two feet every home in the city
broke the silence t 1 touch with Peter Varela. It : TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
ps flushed with scarlet. The mop once. only top-rate wrestler, will meet more or less, to the waters of and SELL 'EM
carla, cat short so they could be And I thought this would be ma's I will be sponsored by the WPA sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. the Atlantic Ocean; then ran your waresor

abed ander her cap. were the last summer at the cannery,". he Dex Woods in the- wrestling contest I 1 i THIS AFTERNOON: Recreation Department 'I aug7I meander Southwesterly t,a point on South the Forty-beach services.

o1or of sage honey. -something we haven't seen four (U) degrees East. of the
And then as she found bed of said.When they had tied! up to the in years. I ...........e............ I SECOND SHEETS-500 for starting point; thence run Ono PHONE 51
SOc.1 ,
hundred Forty-eight (In) feet
in evening less attractive she be- wharf. Anne spoke. Come np to my The Boot hand Jack Lopez box I!i (By JOVE) Today In | The Artman Press. more or to the point ofbeginning. I
house well pass yours quietly so History I .es.
gas to notice a change la Liisa. She
[ ing match alone will be worth I I I
would come In worn out in spu'Jtas Tecla won't hear. the of A football game between the ..e.........e e e......... FOR RENT !y I| AQC1LINO LOPE?. JIU. The
seeing and supporting cast ,L Special Master in Chancery-
| wen.. in But Tecla did hear. She had sat Trojan eleven and the High School i;
body. ALLAN" B. CLBARR. JR.,
Walker and Griffin Nelson and afternoon 1520-Magellan, first sail | I
this to
watching the lone boat putting back squad is scheduled for UNFURNISHED HOUSE, Solicitor for the Complainant.
1.llsa.pled Anne one Sunday. from the drift and like every other Solano nad Curry and Gwynn is' beginnin rt 3 o'clock, at round the world entered the Pa- business near octll; nov7-14-21-II
f'won't you ten me what's wrong!" {good will nave the I t cific. I section, telephone I
"1 woman with a man on the water, very ; spectators Bayview Park. 704-R. nov22-tf ---..---
don't know. the admitted
she wondered! what was wrong. on their feet from start I|I Freddie Carbonell had his Trojans -I
work with, this course run we but have it's something more "There Is trouble she said opening to finish. !. in first class shape and HI.I 1783-United States concluded -(LOWER FURNISHED APART-
the rear door and confrontingthem Ij j school treaty with Cherokee Indian ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
else something in the air. I Lopez repotted his boys MENT-2 bed rooms, conveniences -

Things were when aren't Mr.harmonious Luke was alive.like they -Yes as"they answered started the up boys.the stairs. BEACONS SUBDUED I i I I Dame were ready outfit.to pla7 even the Notre of South sovereignty by which of they U. acknowledged S. andI Street., porches. 519 Elizabeth nov 13'i'I I Local Committee) for Key West

I were guaranteed their land". I
"What things. LUsar heard tie tramp of feet and A good game is expected. I I Date .__..._ ...
"Oh. 1 don't know. Tom Farley'srelatives them at the door. She took | 1885-15,000 British troop, I

the place is running; over one look at their faces then hurried I j occupy Burma's Mandalay because Modern conveniences 628 j
with them and they all want to boss them in. fiercely cheerful, her top i I TRANSFER CORNERVS. of Burman king's oppression I White street, or call at Gaiti's TO THE EDITOR:

If 1 hadn't worked there seventeen knot riding her head like the combof ( JOVE) : of British merchants-annexed Barber Shop nov 12 '.
years I'd try to find another Job. Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
a fighting cock. : BUOYSFRIDAYBy
The Lighthouse ten defeated Upper Burma first of FURNISHED APARTMENT, with j
Tom Farley. At the mention of "Coffee well have, and rye cheese the Wild Cats yesterday after-, year. electric ice memory of one of our most beloved and useful
box. 1001 Eaton,
that name. Anne retreated to her _
turned to
left to dip in It.She I I
corner overlooking the Pacific, Orvi. "take the crepe off your face noon at Bayiiew Park-but not. I phone 879-J. novd-lmox citizens I enclose herewith my contribution of
by a shutout. The final score'was '', 1895--First American auto I
while memories of the rushed "
past and build a fire Nikki's cold. ( JOVE) .
over her. Lee hadn't told Judge "I'm not." faltered Anne and 8 to 2. i I In the Social League the Bell race in Chicago 52 miles, won NICELY FURNISHED APART i iI .to the Will Rogers Memorial

Kellogg: of the outcome of his Investigation shivered with nervousness. I In two official times at bat, Buoys will play the Transfer by Charles E. Duryea, in a car MENT, with garage. Apply 8271 I IDnval Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to

though shad heard Your spirit Is; an open fire Johnson knocked out a triple. )j i Corner tomorrow afternoon at of his own making.1918America's. I street. oct19
nothing much from the fishermen. warms the heart"Listening Thompson. Pelgado and C. Stick-j j Bayview Park. The batteries will others from Key West and will go without any

She sensed trouble rather than to their tale. LIIsa cut ney also hit one safely in their |I!be r sam and Lewis for the Thanksgiving BICYCLES deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
knew of It. Farley was unquestionably of the leathery curd cheeseas two trips td the plate. Day observed in Britain. as nev-
| and Adorns and Zarate
working with Rob Crocker and if she were cutting squares from Outstanding in the field were !, Buoys bos.Today's er before-American Army still BICYCLES-WE: RENT by the I expended, also without any deduction, as the Memorial .
for the Comer
the two wouldn't give up easily. the hides of the vandals who had Pellicier and O. Caraballo for the I'I in Europe said to have but one Hour Day or Week. Repair Committee may determine.
She went to work the next mornIng ruined the net. She plopped them Beacons and B. Lowe and H. : ........................ turkey throughout the entire all makes and paint them with
in thoughtful mood. grey day. into the steaming coffee. Sands for the Wild Animals. 1 Army of Occupation. I Nu-EnameL We carry a full I
a silver day. she decIded. as : Name ......
grey "Drink then talk. she snapped. Ei i Birthdays
Score by innings: R. H. supply of parts. Agent for the

and they shining started out as an on a aluminum sea as smooth tray. The fire crackled merrily, boots Lighthouse 102 004 1-8 10 2'' ........................ 1925-Gov. Miriam Fergusonof Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I
Address __._....
were pulled off and wool stockingedfeet Wild Cats 000 101 0-2 53 !' Texas proclaimed reward of And sell them as low as $5.00 _
She watched the world turn from
stretched towards the blaze. U. S. Senator Edward R. '
Batteries and 0. $500 for conviction of
: C. Stickney anyone down and $1.00 per week.
grey to blue as a gentle rain blew The fishermen three. heartened by Burke of Nebraska born at Run- N3
This would be good for her Caraballo; Russell, Lowe and M. worth $5,000 't ho has violatedthe Phone 2 7 6. J. R. Stowers Co.nov18tf.
I.J I.
the steaming beverage found their Arias. ningwater S. D., 55 years ago. Prohibition Law. J
garden and she wanted it a blaze of gloom lifting. I I :

colors when John returned. 'e could mend the net George David Warfield of New York ----

When John returned. Her days On the revolved decided "bnt it would take till the BASKETBALL TILTS I I famed veteran actor, born in
about that thought end of the season."Don.t ."
late drift after supper was over San Francisco 69 years ago.
worry was
and the little galley cleaned she -.
trying to remember how much TOMORROW NIGHT
sat outside thinking of him. money was left In her accounWe"ll I I John Barrett noted counselor
Some day they would sit thus buy a new one.- [ and adviser in international af. -

watching net buoys bobbing like "It would be better to sue and 1! fairs and controversies born at FIRMS

scarlet blobs on the water watching make them buy It for us." Orvi said (By JOVE) i I! Grafton, Vt., 69 years ago. Y
other boats catching the first in Friday night a doubleheader of
glimpse of the Cape light. "protestWe couldn't sue Tom Farley.. basketball will be played at the I I Dr. Ernest S. Griffith, Syracuse .

And then her revery was In- High School Gym.In I University's political scientist -

terrupted. George had jumped to his Anne"FarleTecla countered.! sat up straight the first game the Recreation \' born at Utica, N. Y., 39 years \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
feet and off towards A.torla. j I
was looking ago.
-Was there tackle the Administration
he will ,
-Look that fool. he
at "He was the one who slashed the and the Bakers: will play the
shouted to Orvi. to small Frank Phillips of New York
pointing a j
net. School in the
t. High nightcap. {and Oklahoma, oil producer born
cruiser ducking In front of a big "Nikki. Tecla leaned forward.
Both will be hardfoughtfor
freighter tooting derisively. "He games in Nebraska, 62 years ago.
"He lIe knew who Star American Coffee
saw you
yon the four clubs have been practicing ,
must be drank.
The boat careened seemed to were? hard all week. Nina Wilcox Putnam writer, NOW OFFERED IN TIFT'S

sight the -Nikki" idling on her "Yes.me.-answered- Anne "he recognized The opening contest will beginat i born in New Haven Conn., 47

darted towards them. 7:30 p. m. years ago. THREE GRADES: FLORAL
drift. and Tecla leaned back a look of fatalistic : 328 SIMONTON ST PIECES A CASH GROCERY
George jumped to the roof of the _. ..
resignation on her face."I rink ------- STAR lb. 25c
cabin and began' waving and stiout- SPECIALTY
Farley he to boys to
Ing. Orvi turned on the searchlight come yon pay r.l'I'IIIIIIIIII..4TIIIII.6."Make \ LARGO lb. 1& a 1101 Division Street
said ,
she '
directed towards the P L U ] BIN G
it buoy
and lights What?" they all cried. In unison. v. & s., Ib.,"lSe PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
I "Yes. she answered wearily "he

come to make the offer but he come ROASTED IN KEY WEST
pUT* on the cruiser came. Anne I to see NikkL" Your Paper Pay SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
*- booked at George. he was standIng
And Anne felt this was true. Having I DURO PUMPS -By-
still now like a statue.Orvi.too. seen her In the Sorki brothers ..GroceriesPLUMBING

seemed numb: only the men in the boat. he would try to learn her ': SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

nearby gtlnetters were sounding whereabouts Knowing she was not You Dividends! : Complete tine Fresh
sirens. tooting whistles In a sanitarium but rather with the PHONE 348 512 Greene Streetphone'256 ....-.' '
The boat cut In between two buoy people be was intent upon harming t .. PHONE 597" .F. andtVegetables'SELECT

lights Stopped.I he would! want to know why she
I he did It!" cried .
purpose was there and what she was doing.
Orvi. suddenly articulate. as the "I wish John here. blurted
buoy lights were drenched. OrvL was Money Saving Prices SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

And now to the din was added the John. Anne's heart quickened Its Jewfi.h, 2 lbs. 35e INSURANCE
sound of cursing aboard the boat."He's .
In I beat at the name. Yellowtail Steak. 2 n... 35c THE KEY WEST
tangled his propeller : "Maybe you'd better go. Nikki.
our nets. Orvi wailed and then he Tech: suggested. S Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad. $ Yellowtail oa Bone 2 ILo. 25c Office: 319 Duval Street Q'

broke Into Finnish and Anne understanding "Go where she asked. Grouper 2 111. 25c rSaapp.r
vertisers closely for special savings % SUNDAY STAR .
longed to Join him. "To safety." Tecla answered. on your 2 1La. ZSeMete.
A man came out on the tiny deck "But. Tech she protested "becan't household necessities. Make
i your paper pay you NO.1
then steadied .. Fish 2 111. 25c
reeled drunkenly
himself and swore belligerantly at no wrong do anything and surely to he me.cant rye molestme done dividends. The most interesting news in the K SabscriAtitan. $z Per Year

the crew of the N'lkU: at all fishermen in my own home. paper today is the advertising where you can k* FRESH SHRIMP Try T.... "..Ie AI
who cluttered np the way and "She's LJisa confirmed and i Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THEFresh --
right. \: save dollars on the family budget by vj
thought they owned the whole Pacific the top knot nodded emphatically many I Crab Meat in It cans 6Sc Paper Ddmolieo Restaurant

"she's every right in the world to I patronizing those merchants who advertise their FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLEN

Orvi. stricken looked at him. be here. We've good locks on the goods. Business Office Citizen Bedwels.r. B..r ___?_ lie

One thousand dollars he walled door and rd like to see the colorof I I S I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Siz c...... D.--. __
aa the man swung over the stern to the man's hair who'd try to hurt coiiiiy
i PHONE 151 PHONE 50e 7Se. sad. U.
slash at the water with a blade. 51 --- .
"our net.he can't do that to our net I
Other voices Joined from nearby (Copyright. Hit, .jr J*.M. SotcmouJTomorrow OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY-

boats and Anne caught occasional on. of Anne's best ,BODY'S PURSE.A JJ AARON McCONNELL Our
words. "Fellow working for the friends disappoints hot. Reputation WrapPRITCIIARD
536 Flemi.g Street
-- pod in package
rt .very .
merchant who advertises his prices W*
e..........e see e S C.. rable occurrance of having them l FUNERAL HOME
charged customer 20 cents for article that 5 ofWat
i a an a

:UO\VDY\ ,_KEY WEST! I I constantly We are in irresistibly hot water.inclined to I'!t''I' Why non-advertising this big difference merchant? charged 40 cents for. fet% Dotter Iti hs >E PRINTING DIp1fW. sy'p''b a -

] believe that money recently hasI c.rt-y

By RED KERCE I I been conducting a whispering S DONE BY US
.eeee.eeeeeeee eeeeee : NOTARY PUBLIC
I I S By patronizing, the merchants who present W WATCHMAKER JEWELE LICENSED TVRAUI1I'1t
A veterinarian thinks fleas are -THE-
!I Ethiopia is said to have been their prices frankly and openly each week you k? AND ENGRAVER

fast becoming obsolete. That very, the original Garden of Eden. HIGH COST LIVING OUT -
help to KEEP OLD OF Lbt44aw s..s..
: I See Him For Your Next Wm-J5 ARTMAN
likely will heap on dogs a burden I Well, they don't seem to give I II' I PRESS
in trying to figure out how to us*' Adam over there now. ALL PRICES REDUCED '
their leisure. Hearst 9 Ie IZ-l I. 6 Citizen Office

I, The pants spoiling, rainy sea- Make dividends !\ -.P Jt 0 N E 51
your paper pay you .
j I I son has ended in Ethiopia. Mois- Opea S.tsrd.y KIciata M.. EdE N. Sleep

People who suffer with cold jture!i in the future evidently win Y I

feet aren't faced with the undes .1'' be due to fright. "" II'.I"II"'Ij,. .

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x: : : : ing to our kind friends and neighbors Walcher, near tics city, reportedthat

................................................. I THAT THIRD DIMENSION Pails Dividend help our sincerest the thanks for their his cow ate $%5 protruu.nj
Happenings That Affect the Dinner during long illness and atl from bis overalls pocket.

Enjoyable Card Party Given, Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National the Kathleen death of our beloved one, Mrs I:
and International Problems Insep- I wish to thank Lee Especially Pierce do we I I PALACEMontie
On the
P.-T. Assn. Tuesday i ;
By arable From Local Welfare i watchmen and our other friendsat I
iI Montie Montana in
-- I I the Naval Station the donors I

A most enjoyable social event berg Myron Russell, Mervin L s y"tf I' of the beautiful floral tributes' GUN SMOKESerial
of the week was the Card Party Russell. W. B. Kemp, Harry The Federal district relief pro- ly their only hope for the barest :and those who gave the use of l and Comedy

given Tuesday afternoon at the Shaw J. T.... avidson;(.. E. Watt* will shortly be a thing; of of subsistence lies in direct relief I their cars. We assure one and all Matinee
ti Woman's Clubhouse, under the son, W. P..Arcber.E...,IIeauQ.uc2! past. from 'one source or another.:I that their kindness will never be : 5-1Ocj Night: 10.1:;:

auspices of the Key West High H. Ford, W. A. Sanders. C. E. Y f Mr. Hopkins says that if the I forgotten
School Parent-Teacher Associa Pangle, Jr., Stanley Dexter J. Reason: The Works Progress Federal government is going to i W. H. WELLS AND FAMILY. I.I
Otto Kirchheiner, Rex Shaw, Ulric ". which provides provide jobs for those who are nov28-lt

tion.The affair was largely attended Gwynn. instead of cash handouts, is able to work, the states should bej I

by members and friends of Mesdames! Russell Kerr, J. R. last petting into motion. Ad- willing to take care of those who I RICHARDSON'SGROCERY

the organization. The clubhousewas : Fleitas, Blondon Goehring, Archie Hopkins believes that are unable to work. Most states!I President Ulysses S. Grant wB\,
beautifully decorated in red I Albertus. George B. Ray, II. S. xra: will not be long before the reply that they can't pay that]born! at Point Pleasant, Ohio in

bouganvillae, yellow dwaft poin- McClanahan, E. G. Hume, J. F. hrZ SE is providing; 3,500,00 jobs, costs. While this futile argument ) 1822.
cianna end pot plants. Cooper Otto Lundquist, Fred rsb goal it was designed to reach continues, the !
Beautiful table prizes; were given Knapp, Lance Lester, Stephen F. time ago. When that time ables can only look unemPloY.1 FRIDAY AND SATURDARose ____

and a beautiful door prize was Lowe. J .S. Golden, C. W. Reynolds all direct relief will be at fear to oncoming winter.Plight
Claude Albury Evelio Cabot of these people is shown Milk, 5 can, ..... 4
awarded to Mrs J. F. Cooper. abandoned. At this writing, :
The prize; committee consisted of Estella Curry. Lill Curtis, has already been abandoned in by a survey made of a number of ARCHER'SGROCERY Magnolia Milk ___.... _. 1
Mrs. Wm. P. Kemp and Mrs. Paul Mamie Williams. Ella Curry. Carl + than a third of the states. families in the unemployable classification -': Cream, 6 can* __ 40c and 44

Mesa. W. Rom, Mazie Brye, Hildah Under the direct "dole" sys- directly following the\] Batter, lt '_'_'.__"-._h...-- 37,
Delicious refreshments were Salis Paul Herrick, Homer Her- P x. Above the needy were provided with elimination of direct relief in ai I*
shadows Sugar, 5 Ib*. ......._._..... 28
served. They were prepared by clothes lodging fuel and southern city. About: one-third The Store That Serves
rick.Mesdames a much to third Rice 5 Ib ._.__ 2Sc and 3
s & *
a committee consisting of Mrs. W. S. W. Newlan, \\", Practically the entire load of them averaged less than twoj You Best"
Gena Demeritt, :s men lion meals cent 'I Criaco, 3 Ib*. ___".'_m 6
H. Dexter. Mrs. W. P. Archer, W. Williamson, Left Contrast been carried by the Federal a day. Seven per reported -
Mrs. Lawton Watson and Mrs Angela Vaughan. Anna Guito. tones-and Few states have even one meal a day. On the'I FRESH FRUITS ANDVEGETABLES Lard, 2 Ib. ___n_... 29c

Otto- Kirchheiner. John Pnider, J. R. Hyman, J. top lighting facilities for aiding un average, half of them, had two Maxwell House Coffee, Ib 29c

Those present were: Boza. C. W. Goethe, W. H. ute to the rare meals a day. And the report said I Tomatoes, 6 can _.,._...... 29c
Mesdames G. Helseth, K. Winter ter. Susie Skelton and A'j S. oscopic effect. No problem would exist lif ac that the character of their diet We buy our Fruits and Vegetables Royal Jello, 4 pkgs.- 22cGibb

C. M. Russell Charles Lew- Grace, Kea and Lyle.. employment of 3,500,000 was even more important than reduced fresh and keep them that Catsup, large _........ 13s

in, Clyde Baker. Sydney Matthew Misses Ruby Jerman. Fortuna + meant jobs for all needy. food consumption. Such 'way until they reach our cus Peaches, 2j size __.__.-. lie
; Milton Sawyer A* L. Di. Lopez, Wilhelmnia Goehring and an additional 1,500,000 or things as fresh meat, bacon, ham, tomers. Our large quantity Pear. 2J 4 size __ ._ 17e
Negro, Ray Hiner Olaf SoderReturn' Florence 'Albury. needy will not be given eggs butter, cheese:and milk h "
many times have you heard The foreground Should be were buying gives you the Grit, 3 Ib*. ___.___.._... 12*
HOW -because they unable to practically unknown in the
- expression"Don't take a picture broken up with shadows so I are unemployable tunity of buying at Fancy Corn, 2 can ..._. 25c
I I Therein is one of the most households.
with your camera facing! thesun" there Is not too much contrast oppor.1 Bean 2 __. .
String 25c
To Miami Big Dance TonightAt most difficult and most Congress is prices. tans
It's one of the old beliefs In tween it and the rest of the ; appropriations Ritz Cracker ._ 14c and 23c
After Visit Here l' Habana-Madrid amateur photography that has been When a body of water can.. be of problems-a problem for the old, the infirm, the We Welcome Responsible Oraltine, small _.__n.-. 35c
handed down from year to year to eluded as a part of the has received much less pub- dependent young. But those plansare i Whole Kernel Corn 3 can 25c
1 every'new snapshooter. then there are wonderful than it deserves. still in the embryo stage- Accounts Salt, 3 pkg*. ____._. lOc
Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Sands, Thanksgiving will be celebratedin While this is good advice for the ties for adding depth. The Those 1,500,000 unemploy- their completion will be impos- Sani-Flnsh can .__... 23c
who were spending a visit of a good fashion tonight at the beginner it is not necessary to forever will carry one's attention back fall into three broad cate- sible for many months. As a re- ONE STOP SERVICE Crab Meat, can _---... 35c

few days with relatives here left I Habana-Madrid Club. The affairis abide by this rule. Those of us I away from the foreground-into es-the physically handicap sult, it seems inevitable that the Dressed Poultry Tuna Fish can __..._ 15c
over the Overseas Highway this who like to try breaking such rules picture-and lead to the dependent children, and the problem of the unemployables I Lax Toilet Soap, 3 bar 20c
for their home in Miai.iL scheduled to begin at 9:00o'clock Fish Turtle Rinse, 2 ....._..
morning pkf 17c
have found that most of the work of point of composition. and infirm. Work is out of will grow constantly in size; dur- .n
Mr. Sands is an employe of the one hour earlier than Fruits Vegetables Lifebuoy Soap, 3 bar .. 20e
which we are proud has been produced often serve as an avenue to question for them. Apparent-, ing the immediate future.
F. E. C. R. R. Co. and was recently usuaL under other lightings.The im- back from the foreground of a Meats Malted Milk, Ib 35c

transferred to Miami. ;,:Manager Juan Carbonell's spe- portant thing to remember is that ting. The only precaution Dairy Products All Kind of Fruit and Vegetables -

Accompanying them were Mrs.E. cial treat for tonight is a special yea must never stand so that sun- I when dealing with a water f Sent To MOST ACCIDENTS and Cuban Jellies
V. Malone, who was visitinj light will strike into the lens. ground in strong sunlight is to Phone 67 Free Delivery
herewith relatives, and Maynard turkey buffet supper which will The lighting: of the subject has that a swell or wave does not Roosevelt By Many DURING EVENING Phone 658-R Free Delivery
be sometime the
Baker who was also transferredto during much to do with securing that qual- 'reflected light sparkles upon Local OrganizationsContinued I'' 814 Fleming Street Eaton and Elizabeth Streets

that city.Dance evening. ity sometimes called "atmosphere" lens, as that may fog the picture.Sidelighting tar A.n cl All preparations have been in a picture. There are a number of where the source Nov. 28.- i I I-
TonightAt made to take care of a capacity; ways in which a photograph may be illumination comes from the side ( from Page One) I The state I
: Order Sons of America department of public -
crowd tonight as scores of reserva- given apparent depth or "third dimenslon. the objector scene, and backlight.lng ----
Cuban Clab tions have already been made, ." Taking the picture when where the light comes from : Daughters of America safety has found that most automobile

some as far as a week in ad- there are long; shadows getting a rear,are not difficult to handle if : Daughters of America accidents in Indiana oc-
There will be a big Thanksgiving vance. reflection in the foreground using lens Is protected from the Lodge No. 70, I. O. F .F. cur on the highways between five r I

Night Dance at the Cuban Music for the event will be fur- strong Eidelijhting or back-lighting, coining toward It. Shade the Packers and Packers Association in the afternoon 'and nine at nv.wis iQZry'TO
Club tonight under the auspicesof nished by one of Key West's best and timing the exposure just rightso with the band, or stand In the night. i b
Socidad Cuba. A large at- dance orchestras. that the detail of objects In tecting shadow of a tree to Members of the committee Donald F. Stiver, superintendent
tendance is anticipated. shadow is not blocked out, are pre- the exposure. Also, you should sponsored and drafted the of the department, has ordered OUR
Del Woods' 8-Piece Orchestrawill program of dance music for the cautions that contribute to the desired the exposure more for the telegram and secured 75 state poilcemen on night
be on deck to furnish a lively I affair. effect. Let us consider each of shadow than for those that are signers are: -\ duty to check automobile lights, ffedbq2 3
these separately. lighted. Carl Bervaldi, chairman -board J brakes and reckless drivers. It
-- Shadows, thrown In long drawnout Don't be discouraceiif you fan Ee'S ) 'commissioners; K. O. marks the first time Indiana's

........................ splotches across walls and get the desired appearance of soJi, sheriff; Melvin E. state policemen have worked at "TTERY soon each of our
SUNDAY DINNER walks, mere tbjn anything else or "third dimepsi n" la: your ussen.. superintendent public in- night.
PERSONAL MENTION make one feel that he "looking attempt. If at first yon don't 'n; 'Dr. William; R War friends will be receiving aa
into" a, picture Instead of "lookingon" watch: for your contrasts 'and
city health officer J. Lance- The
word and
........................ a flat piece of paper carryingthe ,ows and try try again: Lester, assistant state; attor the Icelandic geyser."geysir comes," meaning from invitation to out Wedding "

Mrs. Blanche Thompson of Miami B..A.'IIN.PAGE iagcs of the objects recorded.ENGLAND'S JOHN VAN GUILDER. ; Clifford G. Hicks city coun I gusher or rager.Beware. we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.

was a recent arrival in Key ; Miss Ileen Williams, Miss
West! having been called here ow- ALL poultry the is attractively priced Porter Harris WPA hous Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation te be the
Thsnkwjatire; holiday. '
ing to' the illness of her mother, Beef,..lamb*; perk aed veal .Feast aremcder.te HEALTH : division; Ed. Strunk, manager Coughsfrom very finest and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect oar
Mrs. Elizabeth Saunderi. atod a roast will bt a- good the South Florida
choice for Sunday diner if there i* SCORES NEW TOP IN TO SUBSCRIBERSIf Contracting coldsThat remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wcd&ag Invitations -
Favorite Engineering Company M. E. common
aoleft-overThanksgiving turkey. ITS YEARLY RECORD ; and Aap mnf '........., in the Favored of
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hood of Miami holiday!! vegetables including WPA administrator; < Styles Ij 9H.
sweet potatoes', broccoli 'rutallalfa.eauUfto.er yon do act receive your
arrivals in Wet II. Ketchum broker and Hang OnNo
were Key t celery and spinach are in paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the ,
last evening to spend a visit with expensive.Navel <( afternoon call telephone 51 THE ARTMAN PRESS
relatives. Mrs. Hood was before t oranges are expected in mar. LONDON. Nov. 28.-The year This group of representative matter how many medicines
ket this week Florida oranges are and a paper will be cent to I you nave tried for your
marriage Miss Texas Welch again being sold in five pound bags 1934 proved the most healthfulon I Lome. A complaint boy secured the endorsement cold or bronchial irritation, your a CITIZEN BUILDING
of this city. and the quality is good. Other holiday / record for England and Wales, yocr the 50 civic fraternal and get relief now with Creomulston.
I fruits, pears, tangerines, Satsuma M on duty at this office from
trouble} be and
Serious brewing
with may
and more births, fewer deaths, bodies shown as
kumquats Emperor ,
Mr. and Mrs Alton Coller of>! oranges crapes Pecans are are specially all moderately low priced.priced.There and less disease, according to the I purpose 6:15 to of 7:15 delivering p. m. for com. to the telegram., gov.1 you with cannot anything afford less to taT take CreonuU"a chance: ..=.'_. >...< *; 'f'.f;; ,-:::: ;,.:1 :-r

Miami, arrived over the highway I! has been little chance in the price oferrs annual statistical review by the I plaint. Help u five you 100 SPECIAL--- OFFERPERMANENT mon, which: goes right to the seat
of the trouble to aid nature to -- -----
week and batter is higher. registrar-generaL
yesterday to spend a with I
relatives Menus for Sunday include the use The death rate was 11.6 per percent service by eating 51 -- soothe and heal the Inflamed mea .....e.eeee.eee..e..e..e.eee.eee..e.e.......
and friends. of holiday left-overs. if you do not receive The Citi- branes as the germ-laden, phlegm
I 1,000 inhabitants, or 0.5 below I WAVES i Is loosened and expelled.
Low Cost Dinner the rate for 1933, while 597,642 1 Even if other remedies have
;W 1 Wilson, in charge of, r "; .I.I..fT.4T.4T.4T QC flfl i failed don't be discouraged your FOR SALE
development Boast Chopped Beef Loaf births gave a birth rate of 14.8 for OU.UU
work for the Floridasw Scalloped Potatoes druggist Is authorized to guarantee
: tidhiinlstration, who was'! Spinach and Celery per 1,000. I MONROE THEATERWill Better Wave, $5.00 and np E Creomulsion and to refund your
Bread and Butter More than 16,000 more boys money if you are not satisfied with
here! : on matters pertaining to the' Cranberry Apple Pie were born than girls, while the Rogers-Ann 'Shirley in I I results from the very first bottle. -.
407 South Street Phone 574- .
organization of a sponge exchange Tea or Coffee Milk I 1 Get Creomulsion right now. (AdvJ "
left survival rate of infants improved j i Steamboat Around The Bend .. : : :.
yesterday by
Cost Dinner -- -- fyr. i f11
Medium considerably, only 59 of each l-l Peter Lorre-Frances Drake ;.i :
for Miami
Chicken or Turkey Pie 000 born dying before their first MAD LOVE I : ; :
Cauliflower '
t birthdays compared with 64 in .
Herman Gillentine, Spiced Cranberries Sweet Potatoes : Balcony, lOcI I
represent-, 1933 and 65 in 1932. '
ing Lever Bros, soap manufac-. Bread Celery and Butter Deaths from tuberculosis strucka { tra, 15-20c; Night; 15-25c i 1f

turing corporation, here yester- Pear.Tea Grape or Coffee and Orange Cap Cookies Milk new low figure of 763 per 1-'! 1 Like A Cake Of IceFOODSTUFFS I

day on business, left by plane inj i 000,000. while the cancer rate increased -! BENJAMIN LOPEZ i IJ ; ;.I

the afternoon for MiamiMiss i| Fruit Very or Special Oyster Dinner Cocktail ,'I 000,000.slightly to 1,003 per 1-j!i i FUNERAL 1 1 II J .)"

Roast Beef Mashed Potatoes Serving Key Wed -
: Ida Kerr left by plane yes-', Stuffed Mushrooms Brussels Srrouts Analysis of the statistics reveals -: Half Century I ; ) :: flt0lt/t: {.I"awl I
terday afternoon for a visit with' Rolls and Batter the eleventh ss the safest'year i 24 Hour Ambulance. Servleo I .. sRat : ;. Isla Ialill _

relatives in Miami.cusioicis I I I Hearts of Lettuce.Pecan Tarts French Dressing in life. The danger age, for Licensed Embatmer ,, ,, ""
Coffee men. was shown to be 69 and for Phone I

OFFICERS I BUYS HEN BACK women 74. I I 135 Night 696I -\ r t I 1 1N 1: II I a Ft

; I

ARE TRANSFERREDC I MINERAL POINT: Mo.-William .4T.4T..fT.sr.4T.4T.4T..fT.I".4T..fT.4T.4T..fT 11.1.1l..OLD I. ,

Bass of this city told the police !I Zt t 11 ? tt
I that a thief stole a hen from' 1 f tI p
I his store and sold it back to him It I .
P. Ilogeboom and Charles for 40 cents. I _

Russell, inspectors with the local I, !t PAPERS ..
customs service, have been officially -, Twin lions recently) born at I $ -. --'
notified of their transfer! Grant Park in Atlanta have been t '" iI i
j r, ll I < '-,
I .
from West .
Key to service at Port j|! named for President and Mrs. \ a I r

Everglades.Both Roosevelt. $ .ee...e....ee.....e..e.e.s..e..e....... H'Ic h .' '
-' ", "
oficers are to report for I i I
duty on December 1 and will leave I w : 1-
this week. Mr. Hogeboom expects FLYwith For Sale I II i,

to go out over the highway i I 5 t:
tomorrow morning. the- 5S kept in our all metal ICE
........................ REFRIGERATORS as cool, fresh and ,
PAN AMERICAN PLANE I Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
CARD OF THANKSWe healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of ;
No Change In Rates I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof

wish to extend our sincere Make Reservations by Phone, 5 Bundles for absolutely airtight. the sea and overlooking Coral Park
appreciation to our friends and
Telephone 620 I 5c
For and terms to
price apply
for the kind acts and :
neighbors many i Regular Planes, :MiamiKeyWest $30.00 $35.00EASY
and expressions of sympathy dur- I Airways, Inc. !s 25 in bundle
I -10 DAYS
ing our recent bereavement:: the i SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday .
death of our beloved one, Thomas I -On Display At- ,
W. Skelton. We also desire to I
The Citizen

use thank of their those cars who and gave the donors the I Leave RATE Key, ONE West WAY 4 p., $7.50 In.. Arrive THE KEY WEST CITIZEN I Thompson Ice Company; Inc. Officeor

ol the beautiful floral offerings.j Miami 6:20 p. m.FattComforUbleSafe. Ii I
MRS. ADELLA SKELTON i PHONE NO. 8 -:' Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
ru>v28-lt and FAMILY. V"4''I1'.I'.II.1III'III 0
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