The Key West citizen
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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 29, 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: UF00048666:00364
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Associated Preu Day Wire <" Ca Key West, Florida, has the

Service be l{ Wi cst ([ttttn I moat equable weather In the

For 55 Yean Devoted to the cp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West a range of only 14 Fahrenheit




Filipinos Now Claim RighHTo I LANDIS, EXPLAINS EXTEND TIM IN ,WEATHER\ HOLDS i,1..M. COHN HAS.IDGHI1 f! Canadian Trade Pact Seen


Voice In International ,Affairs i I
: r \ !j'f As Riddle To Politicians



CAUSE OF I I -- Technical Various
Leaders Start AgitationFor f a quota of 400 member-j I Lack of an intracoastal waterway -

BEING DELAYEDVESSEL AS DELINQUENT ships in the Key West of sufficient draft for the AL DAYS Commodities Not
Membership Drive just a few I I REFUGE SECTIONS
RecognitionBy I small tenders of the lighthouse
more than 200 were recorded I Expected GenerallyBy
t I service prevents the Tenders Pop-
ARRIVES HERE YESTERDAY TALLAHASSEE. Fla. Nov. made last evening. I py and Poinciana from comingto KEY WEST RESERVATION EM-
EDWARD E. BOMAR AFTERNOON AT Believing that there are some, their home port and has impeded Indies Sponge and Chamois company -
4)) D.
|Dr Aueelaled Pre.) 29.-Attorney General Cary BYRON PRICE
of activities.
persons who are willing to join progress
.. ..
i la; who in West in the (C.lpl t D.>* The A vialc4Preu.
NOT. 29.-Put O'CLOCK BRINGS IN 123 ruled that was Key
; today persons Strong winds make it unsafe
: but who have overlooked the mat- \\a..a......!
complete control of domestic affair PASSENGERS entitled to homestead tax exemp- : ter or have been deprived of the' for them to return to Key West interest of the Key West Sponge LANDS OF FLORIDA KEYS The new Canadian trade treaty

tion may obtain it even after : opportunity those in charge of'I| by way of Hawk Channel, Superintendent -I GROUP
with establishment of thePhilippine their property is sold for taxes, t the local activities announced today :1 Wm. V?. Demeritt said Exchange left yesterday for Ha- has some of the wisest politicianscompletely

the : that time limit will be hence they win Le forced to remain -
Commonwealth Steamship Cuba of the P. andO provided the tax certificate passes the van l for a stay of several days. stumped.
i extended after- at Harbor Key until the
until tomorrow
Filipino political leaden already S. S. company, arrived from to state ownership. noon. I weather abates.If Before leaving, Mr. Cohn told TALLAHASSEE(By A _.led Fla Press. Nov. 29. The agreement!! i.i far more

have started Agitation for a voicein Tampa 4:00 o'clock yesterday Failure to make application for I Those who have not joined but said Mr. Demeritt, the in- The Citizen he felt satisfied that technical and involve a far

afternoon with three first class exemption before the 'tax assessment intend to do so are requested to land waterway from Bahia Hondato the -The bureau of biological surrey
international t latioa.. West had been deepened proposition to stabilize the greater number 'of commoditiesthan
and five second class passengers rolls were prepared does not I phone 896 or 765 and a representative Key I sponge industry irt Key West with of the federal department of
the'Complete( indepen the as has been requested on many had beea ,eaeral',..
Pending will call and accept expected
for West 23 first class and the establishment
Key ; void the right the of
attorney gen- a sponge exchange
occasions these vessels! of the de- agriculture today reported it now'I
dccwe that' fs scheduled to come 92 second class passenger for eral said' in an opinion to Comptroller -I membership. partment of commerce and other would be one of the finest It cut across political lines in a
J. M. Lee.Comptroller things which has ever happened.Not has 14 wildlife refuges in Florida
in 1946'' ',* foreign affair; remain Ifavana. vessels, yachts and power boats, most confusing manner.. The ver.
The vessel also brought: fur I I Lee said he sent PETER SCHUITCOMING of similar draft, could make the only will it standardize the embracing thousands of acres i in
in thJ' I. d.' of the United States, I homestead exemption: application trip in safety under conditions industry in Key West but it will diet of many lender is that only
tons ? freight and 122..sacks: of I widely separated of the
o blanks to the county tax assessors afford great opportunities for the parts
..der the Tydings-McDuf act,' mail for Key West; 87 tons of I before the 1935 legislature] enact HERE which now prevaiL expanson; of the sponging activities state. time can tell which party will

long with general responsibilityfor freight and 77 sacks of mail for ed a law perscribing a form to be ", and will assure the sponge benefit mo.t.Advance .
Havana. used. In many insstances he explained SHOW MEMBERS I fishermen prices for their products The Pelican Island reservation

the defense and stability of Although due to arrive 7 o'clock I the unofficial form was MANAGER OF CASA MARINATO which will be an establishedrate. in South Florida originally cre- reports were that much

used, because that prescribed by political dynamite was wrappedup
the new regime. morning the Cuba VISITED HERE ated by executive order in March,
not available ARRIVE TOMORROWOR This will in That
the legislature was not make it necessaryfor the treaty provisions.
But President Manuel Quezonand reached her berth at the F. E. C. 1903 was the first federal bird
I but who entitled to the
some were owner of the isponge making still may be true; but it will re-
others have indicated they termnials 4 o'clock departurefrom SUNDAY refuge to be established in the
as I exemption did not specifically apply sacrifices to secure needed j
quire the burning out of a de-
have diplomatic ambitions in the Tampa was delayed by !load- I for it.Because. THOSE CONNECTED WITH funds, as the exchange will hold United, States. It embraces a! layed fuse to disclose hew great
I the official forms the sponge as collateral for loans group of small islands. j
himself said of than 80 tons of
meantim/e./ Quezon nig more the COMPANY GOING TO CUBA the explosion will be. Meantime
Peter of ,
were not available. Attorney Gen- Schutt. manager made to 75 percent of the Information on the refuges was
before taking office November I equipment and paraphernalia be-!I Hotel Casa Marina and Mrs.. { caution and curiosity strike the
eral Landis said, a person entitled MET MANY OLD FRIENDS value. of the catch. sent here to )[. L. Montgomery,
15 he favored putting the commonwealth longing to the Royal Palm Shows, to exemption may now make application Schutt are due to arrive in Key He feels confident that within a executive secretary of the state' prevailing note.

in the League of Na- a carnival company en route to and receive the exemption West tomorrow or Sunday, it was i short time arrangements will be planning board by A. C. Elmer, It will take months to test the

tions-"if it doesn't crack up" in Havana for stay of 10 weeks. I I even thorgh the tax rolls are learned today from George G.. Key We t'll streets l last night completed for the establishmentof acting chief of the migratory, treaty that seems in actual likely now operation to providethe and
completed. If the tax assessor\ Schutt manager of the Boca the exchange and funds made waterfowl division of the bio-'
Cuba sailed midnight for Havana number of !'ssengers
crisis. ] with -
the Italo-Ethiopian were lively a pa only fully reliable'yardstick
cannot credit the exemption application Chica Fishing Camp who arrived available for the project. logical survey. I
with 124 nine I most of them membersof the reaction.
Claims Rights Exist passengers 1! of political
may be made to the this week. After spending; : a short time in The largest refuge in the state t
He admitted permission would taking passage at Key West. clerk of circuit court and obtained Upon his arrival 'Mr. Schutt, it the Royal Palm Shows, en :' Havana. Mr. Cohn will go to is the St. :Marks\ migratory bird I If the aggregate of trade with I

have to be obtained from the in redeeming the delinquenttax is understood, is to start prelim- route to Havana for a stay of 10 'I Nassau, then to Tarpon Springs refuge comprising 36,862 acres in [Canada increases materially and

United States and that there certificate :It it is held by the inaries for opening the Casa Marina -I weeks. and expects to come to Key West Jefferson, Wakulla and Taylor!, no particular group in this country -
those In the companieshave )
Many of in the
GIVES ESTIMATE state. which event is scheduled for I I! when matters are ripe for the counties. It was established Dec.;I! is damaged seriously
before with other
might be difficulty in assuming been here Democratic spellbinder
January 1 24. 1931. An additional 12,000{ process
selection of officers to put the
obligations under the league cov ON i"OZARK organizations, .hich and knew made, many their! i I I exchange plans in effect .and acres is being acqqirr. T. -- !may be- expected to pet the treaty
SIATEJUNTERS:! FIVE ARRIVE Key _\fster3] i high on tfeetr -pohrttBg-with-
enant. ,: l, time'pass pleasantly talking over I I start he work of stabilizing the The Key West reservation em- pride" list in the 1936 campaign
Now Camilo Osias, former resi- hours 1 i industry. braces all keys and islands of the
former and happy
days I If however if
things go wrong
commissioner at Washington, BOARD PLANEOne West. I I Florida keys group and was es-
dent Fpentin "dear old Key falters and certain class
SHOWS THAT 35,000 PERSONS COMES TO PORT ,' tablished Aug. 8, 1908. {i I recovery
claims "the Filipinos have a part j r COMMISSIONER OF es think their troubles are tied upI
ENGAGED IN OUTDOOR I ION A These refuge areas are closed I!I
and a vital part in foreign affairs SPONGEDEALER to hunting. I I with this sweeping revision of

even under the government of the SPORT of the seven passenger Steamship Ozark. of the Clyde- AI LIGHTHOUSES I American trade policy then there
planes of the Miami-Key West I Mallory Lines, arrived in port this I WILL I will be plenty of "vMwin| -with-
commonwealth. Airways arrived this morning I morning 11 o'clock from Jackson- VISIT! HEREERNEST PICTURE OF HAWK\ alarm" among the RepnMicaiM.
Osias, a .member of the new with mail and the following pas II
(Bjr Ass.eated Press) I ville and Miami discharged car- !I PAY VISIT HERE 11 One ComplicationOne
Melanson. Nora
unicameral national assembly of sengers: Alvin and sailed 1:15 o'clock for ,of the computations is that
I TALLAHASSEE FUu, Novg$ 29. Williams, Lillie Appel eo I AND TRAINER ISSHOWNJN
1 Is, cites a clause in the: Tydings. =' Shaw Gary New Orleans. MERES COMES TO I I the first adverse criticism has
1 =: L N. Kennedy, secretary of the and James B. Rawls. Power Boat Sea Belle arrived I I > where
McDuffie act which 'says that come from'these sectiona
I state game and fish commission, The plane is scheduled to leave from Collier City this morningwith : KEY \WEST TO PUR- CHARLES A. PARKS WILL \ fAPER: Mr. Roosevelt is strongest poli
"tore a-ffairs wall be under the r full
gn I' this afternoon with a passen- I
direct supervision and control of] today estimated 35,000 personsin a cargo of sea food products CHASE PRODUCTS INSPECT AIDS IN THIS SEC- : tically;
Florida are engaged in the outdoor ger list.YOUNG. consigned to New York which Various western and north-
the United States. 1 this will be sent north on the Steam- TION AND OTHER PROPERTIES -
sport of hunting sea- western farm leaders and lumbermen
The original draft, Osias says.I OWNER OF BIRD IS CAPTAIN
MANHOOD OF Brazos, due to arrive this
ship : voice concern over the
shall be pros-
read "foreign affairs exclusively son.His Ernest Meres sponge dealer of
figure he said was "a conservative evening from Galveston.i'CAT.EYED'THIEF. RUSSELL MEREDITH CONNECTED -i of increased import of Canadian -
under the control of the. REICH J Key West and Tarpon Spring,:.I
maintainsthe I estimate" based upon I timber aDd agricultural commodities -
he and
United States. and manager of the Schroeder WITH U. S. ARMY
change shows the intention of reports from county judges and (By AMMlatr PIM) Tremayne interests in Key West,i I Charles A. Parks, deputy commissioner I including cattle and

congress to share control. I conservation officers. The hunt BERLIN, Nov. 29.-To the DAZZLED BY SUNBUDAPEST arrived over the highway yester-,i of lighthouses, now at AVIATIONIn dairy products.In .

Wants Filipinos Trained ing season opened November 20. casual observer, man labor re-i I day on one of his regular visits. I I Tampa making an inspection of calculating the net political

"The officials of the t"ommon-I I Kennedy said his department cruits marching,briskly along on a (RY Aaa.eated ."'.....) Accompanying :Mr. Meres were i property and aids to navigation reaction however, it must be remembered -
wealth," Osias explains "should has!,67 paid conservation officers t bright morning to do their six No". 29.-Nature John Schroeder, St. Louis Mo- i in that section of the Seventh the December issue of ,one that the west sad northwest -

arrange,with the United States to I I engaged in enforcing the state'sgame months service on the land, seem gave 28-year-old Ferenc Kiss the t son of Theodore Schroeder head i[ District is expected to arrive in of the widely circulated magazinesis also will be reVmHdW I by the

have: some of our men at chosen: and fish laws. They are sturdy enough.Yet grandest equipment for his job.II lof the firm represented by MK i j Key West Monday morning on the picture of Captain Russell Democrats of other 'fftMerert

American embassies in order to.' under the direction of five dis- physical experts in chargeare He is i police charged a burgler, Meres and Dan alloy, of Phila- I! the S. S. Cuba Meredith United States Army policies during the 1' cerdltl campaign -

let selected Filipinos] acquire the trict supervisors. In addition not satisfied. and a good one because abnormal! delphia. I Henry B. Haskins, who is in Aviator, and one of the hawks I -

practical training and experiencefor I there are 275 honorary conservation Hitler's requirement that Ger- eyes enable him to see at night. j I! A* Mr. Meres is on one of his Tampa inspecting work on the which he has trained for the Unquestionably the outpouring

diplomatic or consular serv-:I officers who serve without many's youth shall be "tough as Pupils of his eyes are greatly I regular sponge buying visits; it is i Tender Ivy, which is in drydock, [ancient sport of falconry. of AAA benefit,payments is a fac-
ice. I I compensation.The leather and hard as steel" has set distended. Tests at police head- I expected; that a sponge sale on the i is expected to arrive with the Some time ago William W.I tor which can be presented as

"The national assembly should conservation department up a pretty high standard of quarters revealed he was able to municipal dock will be arranged i, deputy commissioner.Mr. Dementt, who represents the U. overshadowing the opposed effect -
enact a law to make it feasiblefor I is supported by fees received from physical efficiency.A read a newspaper in a room so either tomorrow or Monday. Parks will inspect aids in S. Biological Survey in Key.. of a treaty which after all,

the new government to send I the sale of hunting, fishing and report in the "Arbeitsdienst," gloomy: it was difficult for an of- this section and the property and West, shipped two of these birds,; is a remote instrument compared

Filipinos abroad as attaches thus trapping licenses. labor service organ, by Field Mae ficer to find his hat. r'Ar .I'.ATI'.lAlTI improvements at the depot and known as duck hawks, to Captain; to a bankable check. Similarly,

giving them opportunity to pre- ter Straesser says it will mean a But Kiss found his.! abnormalityno then proceed to inspect the Sixth Meredith and has two other hawks: in the lumber eo Btry. the reclamation -

pare to serve as. or with, our future WAR RUMORS CAUSE lot of work to lick the 160,000 blessing. He was dazzled by I: CRAZY FOR CAR; BUYS District with headquarters at in captivity which he is'getting and power policies of the

ambassadors."We BOOM IN INSURANCE twenty-year olds into the required day and it was hard for him to CRAZY Charleston S. C. ready to send. ( administration take visible form
venture to add that it physical shape. He says: work at ordinary employment.So I I One of these is a duck hawk: in the very midst of many eom-

would be wise for the commonwealth -I "It has been ascertained that he confessed he became the and the other a pigeon hawk both,, munities.
to consider seriously the't fny'y.Nov. J Prowl half the recruits had not gone in I "cat-eyed" burglar who gave the (ny Ass.eatei Pre. ) MRS. SAUNDERS of which species have been train-: It aIM ia poMibie.. that Democratic -
MADRID, 29.-Sharper OkU
WEATHERFORD. be able to
acquisition of sites and buildingsfor for sports regularly. The ma- police trouble until arrested while [ I ed and proved excellent] hunters' : leaders may
realization of the uncertainty KlaaseD.I f' the
I Nov. 29.-"Uobnoy together in the public mind
future legations, beginningwith jority lack development and gen- trying, with great trepidation, to DIED YESTERDAY and killers according to letters
is believed
i life due to ,
i war scares I I 18, always had been crazy trade treaty and the unratif led
I i
Washington. Tokyo Peip- to be responsible for eral set-up. Only 25 per cent had cross a brightly lighted street. received by Mr. Demeritt from I
experts that he ;
j Eby for and now Lawrence waterway treaty.
ing, Madrid, London Berlin. Paris, increases in the sale of life I normal backs; 90 per cent had a car. Captain Meredith St.
recent has its almost drivenhim I That would be particularly likely
and other capitals with which the and property insurance in Spain. deformed feet and 60 per cent of Paris Memorial Will I I crazy. r 1 FUNERAL SERVICES WILL B3KiLD 'I if, as reported the President asks

Philippines" has dealings could Not since the World War have these were flatfootedOnly 5 Honor American DeadPARIS The day after he purchased I FIVE MARRIAGE i il for another vote on the St. Lawrence -
follow. here per cent could be described as in TOMORROW
insurance seen
companies II'I it all the tires were 1 { pact next llellll on.I .
such a boom. There are 24 domestic first class training. IRy! Asa..iated rr.., stolen. AFTERNOON l I And it is worth noting that
POLYGAMY BANNED BY and 15 foreign companies'in I Nov. 29.-A memorial I.! By harvest field labor he ..iIA.2J :, ?: LICENSES I, when the waterway treaty failed

NEW MARRIAGE LAWS the country. SEE FREE UKRAINE building dedicated to American made enough to replace the t I of ratification last aa.ioa. it
; t i' t' )
Statistics for nine months of IN GALICIAN MOVEn soldiers fallen in foreign campaigns -I. tire. aDd drove to a tent re- MreTElUaleni'Ann'I Saunders I drew its chief sapport, regardless
I I tb-:;;:
_. ...._ 1935 show 143.321 persons insured constructed here the of Novemberto of lines from the west and
fltr A *rlatBANGKOK. .. ) is to be I maL There car was 83 .died i ...=3;jlT ffifyfc-: yesterday i party ,
for total
Siam. Nov. 29. a of 2,197,753,000pesetas' ( AMrfald Prera; ) : by the Benjamin Franklin! Post of, stoles afternoon in ,the residence, 726 date there were but five marriage -!I northwest.
No man may have more than one j as compared with 120.80holders WARSAW Nov. 29.-The Uk- the Veterans of Foreign, Wars. !I KIass n pursued in a Fleming street.. : licenser lapsed from the office -!!: Conversely, much of the Republican -

wife: but divorce can be effectedby of 1,883,047,152 pesetaworth rainians of Galicia. bitter enemies I The memorial will rise on the'' friend car. caught his wayward Funeral'servi cea.wil1, be ,held 4 ,. of Judge Hugh Gunn.: Four caution doubtless is
mutual consent or by court of life insurance for 1930. of the Polish government Place de L'Etoile facing the Arc auto and although he o'clock tomorrow afternoon from of these were issued during the traceable to the fact that the trade
laws There was also a sharp increasein de under which France's it the wouldbe first ten days of the month and agreement has been accepted with
order, under new marriage since the birth: of the Republic Triomphe. recovered two the Lopez Funeral Home chapeL
fire, insurance I thanks to-
announced for Siam. have at last come to terms witb Unknown Soldier rests. It win be thieves gave Klassen a Rev.' Shuler Peele of Fleming the last was issued yesterday.The such equanimity in those quarters
Equality cf man and woman in published accounts of the destructive the administration. formed, by remodelling one o! the beating. Street Methodist church, will of- issue of yesterday permits where Republican hope for 1936

marriage and divorce has not, bombs.power of new incendiary II :Many Poles say this abrupt imposing residences of uniform Two day later motor ficiate. the wedding of Ralph Borges and I ark highest.

however, been established. Infi change" indicates that the Ukrainians facade encircling the arch. trouble developed on a side Pallbearers win be: Paul Boy- Amelia Perez. Some of the largest manufac-

delity on the part of the wife t I want Polish support for Dr. James Sparks of the post road and he spent the night sen. George IL Parks, Ray El- turing industries centering n the

entitles a husband: to a divorce plans To form an independent said the memorial was being financed -I I in the car.While wood. Rex Shaw Eugene Pitcher _YOU CAN GETGRADEJJDLK- 1 East see possible benefits from

but this does not a .ply when the state in Russia. privately and that the I it was being towed and Wm. T. H. BoIL I the lowering of Canadian import

wife is aggrieved.The j I'a.r. $ eCl9t'dm.S i I Andrew Levicky, an Ukrainian name of the donor of the funds; to Klassen** home it burst into Mrs. Saunders is survived by :t duties against shipments from the

husband, moreover is free and 1 leader recently forecast an- early would not be made known. I flame three daughters, Mrs. Farrie I I United States. The stock mar-

to many at any time once his divorce tun I dissolution of the Soviet Union. The structure will contain a His repair bill equaled hi* Day, Mrs. Blanche Thompson and I, ,I ket's reaction was a buying spree

has bees registered. The WHISKIES AND GINS The PolisH Press, however con chapel dedicated to soldiers killedin total summer's savings. Mrs Fernando Gato 11 grand-1 PALM DAIRYPhone i which carried some securities to

wife, except in special cases,,I. tinues to advocate friendly. rela- each of America's foreign campaigns -I children and 14 greatgrandchildren. .}I 453 Free Delivery their highest peak ia many
must wait 210 days. I tions with Russia. 1'.IJ1TIIII.I-A ] j jI months.

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.. .. -- FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29,1935.

I* I BUSINESS IS AFRAID I The Head Sizes Run Small ........................ ........................
l UtlJt Itep umtst cttfcoiiv I -- By Bishop

Today In History Today's Horoscope
PnUUhea aLy Sicept Sunday By During the substantial l and -
; TUG CITJIKN ....BUS 5Q COQ INC.L past year, ..e.eoee.e..e..oe.! ...!...................

P.ARTMA'f. PreaUeat sustained improvement has taken place in { '}. [-6., 1662-Dutch fleet, then at Patient, contented happy, and
BaslaeM Mama "
JOB AuUtaat J .
ALLEN. Citizen BundlajCorner almost all lines of business. That fact, encouraging : -; war with Britain defeated Brit-1 celf-possessed is the nature that
From The
wh under Blake, and Dutch come from this degree. The
Ad-I ox.
Greeno. and Ann Street. and welcome as it is, should not miral Van Tromp sailed J, irtence may be uneventful, but it

Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe blind us to the equally important fact that Channel with broom on his mast-! will probably be happily waited in
County. head. the domestic ties'!, even though the
governmental policies are preventing in- j i _
Watered at key Weat. Florida. as second dua matter '!- ". I II life be patiently! devoted to an
dustries from making even greater prog- .. ",, 1760.-The French having lo' tj i unambitious calling, or a reward
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR .- -'>" '. I I Canada, gave up Detroit to the! long deferred.
Umber ef the Aaeeelatee1 Pre.. ress toward recovery. i English.
: J Jj iI
entitled to use j.j.t t _
the Associated Press la ezelvslvely .
business is Subscribe
I fir rcjr..l.cAUo a of all new dispatches credited tot Today afraid-and' its to The Citizen.
credited In this paper and also 1847-Indians massacred the
i& 3r not otherwise j I
.If -the local neva published here.f fears are justified and l logical. It is afraidof f Presbyterian missionaries'! at pio-

our almost incredible volume! of governmental I '. 1 I, fleer settlement near Walla Wal-j BENJAMIN LOPEZ
x I II II la. Oregon-Dr. Manus Whitman -, FUNERAL HOME
V *'S // ASSOOATIONSIBSCHIPTIO ) spending while is reflected'in' a a II I his wife and seven others
y 1935 f Serving Key WestHalf
r Ii '
I killed. !
staggering public debt and inevitably CM.rT

t;,: .sn. Tear __..._:... _...__:* RATES. f,10.o0 higher taxes.It I 1 i 1918-Public r debt announced: 24 H. e.r Ambalaoc Service
Six Months ..._. ..______.- ISo C4>yp Liceated Embalmer
Three th.-- LII is afraid of governmental competition 1 as of June 30th-$12.3a0,000- Phone 135
Night 696-\\
1. '.)De Month --1 .*[ t 000; jump from less then three}
Weekly .20 in fields of private endeavor.It billion dollars as of June 30,I''

ADVERTISING RAT: s is afraid of governmental !interference 1917. ,

Made known; on application. -- in private affairs that tends to take KEY WESTCOLONIAL
HOTICH I y 1929--Commander '
business out of the hands of
management I
t All reading solaces cards of tha&ka, resoIotUns of I -f Byrd flew over South Pole drop-I! HOTELIn
respect obituary notices, etc. vll be charged for at the of and it in the '
lli. rate of 10 cents a line. owners property put ping American flag there, about i
t Notices for entertainments by churches from whlOi hands of bureaucrats actuated by partisanand .. 9 a. m.. New York time. the Center of the Business
a revenue is to be derived are 5 o.tal'N- I I 'I I and Theater District
r The itlzen I Is an open fjmm "u discussion political motives.It .
t of public Issues and s i jeots L local or general 1934-China's Nanking Gov.I --
Interest but it will not publish auonymous. communi. I is afraid of alien policies which are -_ rx eminent ordered end of queues;'; First CIa.-f1r.prool-
:;0 variously described as socialistic commun- police cct queues of those appearing -i Buklo. Rates

r istic and fascistic-and which, whatever I in public. i I II j Carafe Elevator
: I their proper labeling, are directly opposedto : I Hand grenades derive their'
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN name from the Popular. Price
the ancient principle of private =te r is b French word for
1 )pome-granate j i II
fV'- --;-: enterprise and individual initiative. i _. _._
-- -
1. Water and'Fewerage.. When men are plagued by such fearsas 4 : 1I i
t 1 r" AaM1 t ; :
2. Br4rriuto"oniplete| Road to Main- these, they are hesitant to put money into t .

1 Ian s d productive enterprises knowing that t CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF.::; .,

SFree;Tort.1. tax or legislative acts may deprive them of THE FIRST NATIONAL. BANK,_ '

Hot{ 1MP any reward. They lose the surge of ambition *
4. Lr and Apartments. OF KEY WEST *_ 4'"
> 0 I' the aggressiveness the desire for .. .:. ,.. t'
I 5. Bathing Pavilion. achievement that makes great industries, : a* at the close of busisess! November. }, 1935,- .,,'

6. Airports-Land and H.;a, Comptroller' Call
no less than great empires. They are unwilling -
7. Consolidation of County and City
to take the necessary and unavoid- silsris S'ta.rai' RESOURCESLoans

I Governments. able risks that attach to all commercial I and Investments $ 304,746.10
---- - -- Overdrafts _._.._____ 89.14
enterprises when their ordinary chance of I Banking House Furniture

Some people are funky although theyare success is lessened or eliminated by arti- I : !, and Fixtures ::...._.._ 33,920.76
KEY WEST IN < ] I Stock of the Federal Re- : ,
not comedians.It ficial governmental restrictions. I serve Bank ,? 4500.00.
Give business a fair deal-and it will DAYS GONE BY Temporary Federal De- h
posit Insurance Fund 1954.01
doesn't take a super-man to stand go ahead at a breath-taking pace. Con- Happenings Here Just 10 Years I Temperature Florida ,the amounts being mod- United States Govern '

on the corner and throw mud at the citizens tinue to stifle business to regard all business Ago Today A* Taken Front j l Highest _.._._____._____-_____. ..______82 erately heavy from North Carolina ment Obligations direct -
who to do something.We men as cheats and profiteers, and real Th File Of The Citizea (I Lowest _-u. ___-.....-. __ .... _____.65 northward. A high pressure m i tied, fully guaranteed -$602,788.13Other

are trying and permanent prosperity must becomethe Mean ___-_ .____,_..u....__._._._ .._____74 area is crested this morning over Marketable Bonds
I Miss Hester Elliott, who is es-'': Normal Mean ........._..............__.72 Texas, Brownsville, 30.38 inches I and Securities __ 178,668.49
read that each Senator: costs the idlest of dreams. pecially interested in develop aainfall end extends eastward into the Cash and due from Banks 277578.38 1059035.00

taxpayers $38,876 a year. All above the ment of Key Largo was in Key I I Yesterday's Precipitation .08 Ins. Soulh Atlantic Stater, and colder I
West yesterday for a visit with rather has resetted in the East $1,404,245.01.
... 06 Ins.
ASKS RELIEF BY DEATHA Normal Precipitation
$10,000 salary! is probably. tae amusementtax.
; local realtors. She said that the Gulf and South. Atlantic States,
Charles Ort Realty Company,,j ....I.9'hie'" .1 sr-i.,4 P. :e1.eL rre"'..3l-hsr... __...ie".etl.J. with tcmperatjre-: to 14 degrees -I LIABILITIES

strange story comes from Buffalo which she represents, is planningan Tomorrow* Almanac I'! lower in Florida. Warmer; Capital .-._ $ 100.000.0(1(

expenditure of $60,000,000 in Sun rises .. 6:55 a. m. weather prevails in the northern i Surplus and Undivided Profits 64,207.16
The taxpayer, too, has something to I where a thirty-four-year-old woman who that section and activities will be- Sun sets :::,-.::--::::::::-- 3:37 p. m.:' Plains! States, with temperaturesabove : Deposits ,, ,. 1,240,037.85

be thankful for-that not all his profits was injured over two years ago in an automobile gin in about one week. Miss Elliott ?Moon rises :.___:....__...10:48 a. m. normal; while throughoutthe -

have been absorbed by taxation. It couldbe accident has requested that a doc- is of the opinion that Key loop sets ..._..__...10:07 p. m.Tomorrows remainder. 01 the country east I t l. I 1404245.01
1 tor be to end her life act Largo is bound to be one of the of the Rocky Mointeuns! readings
worse. designated as an i : TidesA.3I. !i Member of Federal ReserveMember System
finest winter resorts in the world.j j 1 are below the seasonal average,
of mercy. except on the middle and north 'I of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
High .___.__.__ 1:26 '
From a funeral oration: "Friends, The story goes that the woman was honorable Charles H. Ketchum, Low ..... 6:54 6:00 Atlantic coast.
-- -- ----
we have here only the shell of a man; the riding in a cab which .had a headlong collision representative from Monroe coun-!I Uarotueter: 8 a. m. today: ,,
to the State
nut is gon$;." This is an old one but it still with another! car. She was injured ty yesterday.Legislature He is ,very returned Eea level, 30.06.eWEA171E1s ,; ,.IG.I"II.ATII.lIII. :.4V.I"11111.l14

does service. severely and now suffers convulsions_ of much elated over the achievements -fOSECAST I!!!I

pain on an average of once every two and accomplishments of the ? :

Once.:In a while the average map days. At other times she also endures Key West the water delegation district one bill of whichwas which j (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) SPECIAL OFFER
Key West aid Vicinity: Gen- q
reads something that makes him think. went through and became a law .
agony."A erally fair tonight! and Saturday;
Usually however he wishes to read some- competent physician could certainly at this session. Mr. Ketchum has somewhat colder tonight; mod-

thing that makes him boil or purr. kill me with less pain than I endurein the pen with which Governor Martin -' erate northerly! winds. |I I
signed the bill and considers it
an hour", the bed-ridden painwrackedwoman i[ Florida I : Generally fair tonight
one of his most highly prized pos-' and Saturday somewhat colder:I I OUT YENONIVQRI] [ I
Where is the home of Santa Claus? said. "Now I am not only in sessions. I I:i tonight in south; and extreme east

a teacher asked her class. Washington, agony but am a burden to my friends. No portions, possibly light frost in

they all replied in chorus. So now it is matter what comes afterward it can't be Rev. L. Munro pastor of the I Slow places in interior of north :I
First Methodist church and Rev. I!
definitely known that there is a Santa much worse than what I go through now. W. E. Bryant, pastor of the, Jacksonville:! to Florida Straits I

Claus and even where he lives. "In the accident I suffered injuriesthe Fleming Street church left this and East Gulf: Moderate west aid .

most serious of which is incurable, my morning for Miami and from there'' northwest winds over north pore :
will go to Orlando to attend the
Street ; tion and moderate northerlywinds
Julia is writing a humorous doctor tells me. I am constantly in pain district conference to be held this' over south portion and j i

novel in Wjlliamsburg, Va, about California. and having nothing left to live for, I want week. Rev. E. L Ley, of Ley :Me-' weather fair over north and part-f v.

Anywhere in Florid would have to die.. morial church will leave tomorrow ly overcast over south portion i ii !

been the most; appropriate place to write I. "In the name of mercy I ask that a for Tampa e=to Orlando. I I i i tonight and Saturday. j jr i ir I -,

something sunny about California.P. doctor be appointed to take my life. This Senator ?Wm. H. Malone returned r r WEATf'bK' CONDITIONS 'j j I ''fk

I I decision was not made hastily. For 749 last night from Tallahassee i'I The northern disturbance has I 'I s
where he attended the recent
E. B. in the Tampa Tribune says I horrible days I have thought of death. I State legislature. He considers the!1 i: moved eastward to the North At-I! ;' r
!, lantle Stales. Boston, Ma.ss..129.U ':
Arthur Brisbane receives the enormoussum would have taken my own life long ago water bill the most important j
inches, causing: gales on tie,
of 100,000 yearly, but he is mistaken. !I except that it is against my religion and I piece of legislation enacted: for :Atlantic coast' from New Eng I

Hearst pays "America's best have lacked the courage." |I Monroe in many years. "This will: land southward to Cape Hatteras..i
mean the securing of an abundant'cheap
$260,000 yearly and doesn't reporter"l What should be done in a case like water supply i which is necessarily -/!l light snow or rain throughout
most of the Lake region: and
overpaid. this? The local medical association at the foundation of all Valley, and rain in the Atlantic!

I Buffalo refuses to intervene quite properly other improvements" and essential!I I States, except in southeastern
to progress he said. Continuing
One bad eg; in a dozen is not bad, because no one has the authority to )I'r. Malone said "it is incumbent]!!I in Key West yesterday and were

Raid the grocer to the complaining cus take human life. On the other hand if on our people to work harmoniously -]I guests of Judge and Mrs. Jeffex! ;

tomer. That seems like a contradictory the woman L> beyond cure and the pain to secure the cooperation i son B. Browne. These visitors expressed !.
of and complete the J themselves being deri
statement, but that is the \vay English is she suffers Is beyond alleviation, should everyone I i, as '
great water. project in as short 1'ghted: with Key West and were
spoken, and it justities the saying that she be denied relief and compelled to time as possible. i surprised that more people have

language was made to deceive.An suffer indefinitely? I i not selected homes in this delight-' ,
Captain (Clark! D. Stearns sreSS-j s I ful city.
a G ed particularly the fact that the
overwhelming sentiment among CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. ",.'. national highway extends to Key'd I i Editorial comment: May we not
daily newspaper editors in favor of an im. West and does not stop at Miami,:f|expect women diplomats to aid' -

mediate balancing or tl.e rational l budgetwas There is more to the "Shop Early" in his talk before the meeting of i,i materially. in ending secret diplomacy. I'I'i
the Atlantic Deeper Waterways!
reported by the National Economy slogan than a desire to help the clerks! .in Convention just closed in Miami.I!
Members 4 Boy
League on the basis of straw vote returns j the various stores of Key West. Prac- Captain Stearns represented Key! will hold a reception Troop on the evening .

from 377 inquiries. A balanced budget tically every merchant here has some spe- West and during his"addres had I of December 4 for the purpose -
before the other members I IB-PIECE SET consisting of 4 plates 4 Cereals 4 Cups
during the fiscal year begirning next July cial Christmas goods, already on sale. of the harbor and Key West a map at-, of meeting parents and I 0

was supported by 359.: Those who do their shopping now will have tached to the walL In his talk he i iI 1 i: friends of members of the troop.! 4 Saucers while they last at set $1.00
A program will be rendered and I! per 0 0South
the advantage that belongs to greater pointed out the industrial district an enjoyable time. is assured. all;I "

The government is spending a lot of stocks, from which to select what they I the golf island course but and dwelt other longest sections on hU of[who attend. j jI

money forbrid'e paths; a small sum hav- want. I explanation of the Over Seas:I>I Radio fans-who will tune in on I I I Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. 0

ing been allocated for this citj In the Just before Christmas the stocks will Highway extending from- a pointin Station WGST tonight between' j i iI

Borough of Queens, New York alone the be "shot to pieces.." The buyer, usually i ia in. Miami to Key West. j I I and 10 o'clock will hear a Key

amount for this purpose v ,'* $500,000. Key last minute rush, will have to take whatis James R. Nicholson past grand i West Archer singer jr., son on the'air.of Mr. and. George Mrs.I!s PkccSOS: White and Efaa Streets 4s

West not much interested in I left and be content. You can serve exalted ruler of Elks of Boston! New-
girls are so j George F. Archer of 1425 :
and Miami, Clark L. Poole, L C. in the "Y ur home is worthy of the best"i'IIIII'I'I..IIIIIIIIIIIII".I'.I"
ton street will sing q
bridle paths as they are IE bridal! paths! yourself better by going ahead with your Elston Chicago and Benjamin:!!Georgia Tech Male Quartette

the pat *-they' :want tL};; :boys to take. shopping at once. Manilla, New: York were visitors!l.broadcast this-evening. *i,\ ., ---"T' ... -




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I L t HEW!.tr'f GE4p Today's TO SUBSCRIBERSIf '

'i Anniversaries IX THE' COCXTV JVDGft COtRT.I ,
f > AID FOR MOM10B CO I>TV. you 4o sot receive yo.rpaper
t SPORTS .eeeeeeeeeee.......... STATE: OF FLORIDA. by 6:15 o'clock IB taafUraooa. .
;tin re: Estate of I
; At Kltkt Klelten, dictions of storms to be encountered i 129-Charles Thomson. Qnak-:! LAURA CUBBT MORENO J call telephone 51
Anne Farntvxtrtk it Ittfnff among i
th. tthermen+ ft Union Cote try- calms that would keep the er academy principal, friend to; To all Creditors Legatee.. i and a paper will M seat to
in* t. learn totnttUnf about; key ship drifting, toga that would bind I the Indians and named by them' tributees and all Persons DI.-j
.\,. fait,to find eat what i* wrong their speed but she laughed. John Claims or Demands Against year Ia...... A complaint bey
between" the fthermen mnd t tFarnnconk "Man of Truth," secretary in Estate
tanneries, and to determine .- was coming that was all she neededto BY JOVE : every Continental Congress from You, and: each of you, are hereby ,I t* oa duty at this office from
what her era.laU/
know No doubt In her mind nor notified and required to present 6:15 to 7tl5 p. m. for Lb.purpose ..
th famc-
her lost of
a la than 1774 to 1789, religious writer,
rtortRorlaa... Kott torn Farley, her heart what that meant. What If -- I any claims or demands which )'011. of delivering caM-
... .. born in Ireland. Died or either of have
her worst *cmy 4 !* mpresent f at Merion, you may againstthe
/a roiuroi of ft* easserles, It would take two weeks, a fortnight estate of Laura Curry Moreno plain. Help .s five you 100
Pa. 16 1824.
*a, nihicrf a net belonging to the When he did arrive, she'd be To 1 |i ii Aug. deceased, late of Monroe County. percent service by caliag 51
Rockbrothers., Apnea protectors.The ready with her answer. Basketball League Here SCHOOLTEAMt Florida, to the County Judge of
rlan hat met to ttt what thaU Monroe County, Florida, at his office if you do not receive The Citi-
.. Let Tom Farley find her. j !I 1799-Amos' Bronson Alcott, in the Court House of said ....
-- He did. Tecla was right. Jim Far, WINS CONTEST 1 County, at Key West Monroe Count
ley, his youngest brother, called at Into I II Boston and Concord dreamer Florida, within twelve months ,.IT..iT;III' .I..IT
Action i I
Chapter 31 Swing TonightFour I teacher, mystic, and chief of the I from the time of the first publication -
the Sorkl home next morning and of this notice to-wit, October
STORM SIGNAL finding no one home climbed the New England Transcendalists of I 4. U3i; said claims or demands Subscribe to The Citizen.
-- I :... The thigh School football team ; his day, born at Walcott. Conn.I must be duly sworn to and presented ---- -- -
"T ErS forget Tom Fart y- Ibe steps to Nlkkl's house. But Nikkiwasn't 1 I
to the said Judge
home to him. From a .' ". ." won the game at Bayview Park : Died in Concord,,"Mass.,. March 4, i or same County will be barred asaforesaid MONROE THEATER

b gged."ter.. laugh at him. vantage point behind the breakfastroom j Court Teams Will by a 6 to 0 score, from the Tro- ;! 1888. |by limitation. Will Rogers and Ann ShirleySTEAMBOAT
I"U buy a new net. and next winter curtains she watched him Doings Around TheGolf I jans. ;*n.Dated isj this 4th day of October A. -

after you've mended your old one ascend, listened to his futile knock. Participate In Open- B. CURRY ]'(ORE. O, AROUND
LinksBy The playing of "Wickers, At- 1811-Wendell Phillips, Bos As Administrator of the Estate of
at the door,heard him
veil try to sell IL- ing tiptoeing : ton's famed anti-slavery orator Laura Curry Moreno, deceased. THE BEND
and with Anne's check across the porch to look Into the living ing Of TwentyFourGame well, Gonzalez and Berkowitz was W. CURRY HARRIS
Relieved I and one of the most popular of Attorney for Administrator. Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra -
for a new net In their bands the room window.He I great for the School boys: and
the lyceum lecturers of his age octl-ll-lg-15; noel-a-13-f2.2S 15-20c; Night 15.25c
back the house, and went next to the Hannula hometo SeriesA ( GRAVY) -
boys went to Sawyer, Recio, Carbonell and J. born in Boston. Died Feb. .
turned be met at the door by a woman ------ -
Anne to Tecla. oooooooooooooooeoooooooo
There's a letter In your room. who smiled and replied to every Garcia for the Trojans. 1884. 2'1

NIkkl. the said. question with "1 don't know. A lot of the boys were so full!I Score by quarters: Total

There were two, enclosed in one I Every door that opened to him large crowd is anticipated of turkey yesterday that they''High School... 000 6-6 1816-Morrison R. Waite Ohio

envelope from Judge Kellogg's of gave the same answer, for word had the School were unable to play golf although I I __.. ..
tonight at High Gym Trojans U 0 0 0 0-0 j[ lawyer, 7th Chief Justice of the
the In his gone out the previous night which they did make a pretence of do- '
fice. Anne opened one I Touchdown Wickers made U. 1874-88
S. Supreme Court, ,
sealed the of the nasium when the four "court"teams
lips Finnish people
hand first. ing it. again were
writing against one whom they recognizedas so many i five minutes before end of game. I II I who refused under any circum- 61 I I l_ I .: ; .
comprising the FERA Winter full of porkjlchops or "Nassau I r
i stances to become Republican
Dear Anne. by the time yon a common enemy. that didn't much I Gl
I grouper"
Basketball League underway !
receive thi I'll b. on my way to Farley waited a day for the Sorkl gets candidate for the Presidency .
the nrat vacation rye had in ten ':: care what the score looked like. CHAMP SERIES TO
in series + in
born Died
years Jennies doctor decided there brothers to put In their claim then a twenty-four game But read and whether | at Lyme, Conn. i
was nothing wrong with her bat he struck. Anne was home Tecla: to establish the 1935 cbampiois below see : Washington. D. c., March 23, :. ICE
nerve" and advised a sea trip. BO under I! your friends irere happy or* not. USE
decided It best she
we're heading south to San Fran- having stay of the city. START MONDAYMonday 1888.

The first game will swing into !I In the morning a foursome that I

.x action at 7:30 o'clock and will' was arranged some weeks before j, 1832-(Louisa May Alcott, IT'S PURER!

bring together the WPA "five", : started the .day of play. Except i night the Firemen dia- whose rather hard childhood is LASTS LONGER!

AN led by the diminutive Joe Hale I that Basconr Grooms was home ) mondball ten will crocs bats with well portrayed in her "Little 1t.tu? ;

and the strong FERA club, under | nursing a few hurts, etc., and ;; the Bakers in the first game of a Women," "Little Men" and oth-

the l leadership of Izzy Weintraub.The I j meditating onwhy he was in such f three-game series to determinethe 'I er books, loveable little lady L1t ICE REFRIGERATORS

WPA team will be chosen a big hurry -to go no place. So, championship: of the last quar-' whose life was shortened by self-
j instead of Bascom, another fellow w Made of all metal-equipped N'J
from the following players William -I ter of the year in the Senior, sacrifice, overcare and overwork -
dP Cates, Joe Hale Esmond t employe in I-'he shape and size of League. I| born at Germantown. Pa. i with WATER COOLERS | 2 2They're
Mesa took his place. Well,I i ir i hif kj'
.. i1 i1R Albury, Edwin Sweeting "Roche" I Cookie Batteries will be Ward and M. :i Died on day her father Amos : 1
: to
Orion and Alvin Smith, who has I i iit Cookie seems was that Bill the Malone partner himself, Acevedo for the Dough boys and 1 I Bronson, was buried March 6, i I I. f Economical

recently returned from New 1.. Castro and Gabriel for the Fire 11888. I t i "
I and opponents were Tim Pittman 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
York. I fighters.The

The Weintraub! Stars are madeup I way and Horace the Bill-Cookie O'Bryant.people Well,were any game will start at 7:30 p. 1834-Edward J, Hamilton ]I I II I It t { I Satisfaction 1

of former High School stars Iso i sure they were going to win I II Presbyterian clergyman, professor i Priced at J

'and are reinforced by Jones and 1 that they bet the opposition a m.CORNER in various colleges; a noted I

R White two fast men from the duck cinner. And the resu'ts are BOYS \WILL American philosopher, born in IEASY
$30 $35
I Army Barracks. too sad to mention. Needless to Ireland. Died Nov. 21. 1918. : ?

The second game will bring to-I if May misses! a duck she | _____ 4r .
the local High School team say MEET BUOYS TODAY 1i t
gether need not blame the neighbors but i 1859-William G. Lee, brakeman ;{ TERMS:; -10 DAYS
under Coach Dumont d
go look on a certain gentleman's 1 conductor long-time president .. I FREE TRIALTHOMPSOY |
molds good ,
who consistently a
table and she will recognize her I of the Brotherhood of Railway I

I team from little material and asJual bird. All this because Handsome This afternoon the Bell Buoys i Trainmen, born at LaPrairie. I 'S ICE CO.I| I i
: will present a fast club to-' I I
Horace had a 94. will tackle the Transfer Corner IlL Died in Cleveland Nov. 2, ''I
night fed by Joe Woodson, one of 1.i INC.t .
and John that he i 1929. I
of boys Peter says ii
Coach Huddleston's "finds" I' Charlie Salas played with and
the year, and the Baker "Giants". around Delmar Butler. There: will have a second shutout to his Phone No. 8
five i credit when the game is over. } WALKS TWO MILES f<- II
features for
The latter team two beys also limb poles a
The batteries will be Rosam and
men six feet in height or better. living and also' occasionally: for I I T1FT i
Lewis 'for and Adams Henry hi IIMJr
M the Bakers Bourn HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss.- j
I Both the High School and sport. Maybe, Mr.\ Salsa can out- I
and Zarate for the Corner team. I Boone, 102-year-old Confederate -
exhibition contest out- > ? !
won their golf Butler but Delmar can } 1 BUTrE .
"Star of Lapland"Cisco I The will start at 4:30 this .. ?
the game. veteran, of city, recently : J
I last Friday night so game climb Charles. ,
q i IP- m. i walked two miles to vote. i -> j*"' "H .v ' *y*"
from where we'll embark on cover for awhile. Len. the youngest tonight: appears to be a toss up. I I i >

the American first of cruise.the month for a South Sorkl boy. had taken her place The teams will have the added I" Another organization was composed r ., -. .. ..- --- _.- -. --
I'm ftatisfted you're getting along aboard the XlkkU and she Irked by incentive of a trip up the state of Otto Tax Assessor, Rns-

all was" right.ev.drnce That enough snap-shot; never you sent saw her confinement, was sitting at the sponsored by ,the FERA. This trip I sell Kerr and Bill Bruner. It

you, look finer.My western window looking out towards will be given to the league leader -I seems; that when Otto does not
partner Jack Hill will take Pacific. John the .o.
the was on have Willie to tell him how to
care of your affairs while I'm at the conclusion of the se-
away. forwarding your allowance, Pacific, and now that great expanse ries. Also if attendance at the make the shots! he makes them
and directing any mail that comesla for I
of water held personal concern if
pretty good but nevertheless
here. games between the local teams
Well, be a good girl and take !her. FIRMSWho
ear" of yourself. I'll see you around warrant! it, clubs from Miami and I I he made the shots liVe Pious
the holidays. Can't you plan to slip other cities on the east coast will : bim the score would be lots bet-
up to f'rtland And have Thanksgiving saw LHsa turn from the '
dinner wilh usT Jenny Joinsme SHE to the Sorki steps and be brought here for games lateron t ter. Otto had 99 as_ did Russell,
In this. She regrets you couldn't while Bill bad 81.
in the
have made your home with s. from the Sorkl steps to their own. season.LEADING
and hoping this ands you cheerful march her old I Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
AffectionatelyAnsel but she didn't up In And now it seems that William .
Kello;. arrogant fashion. She came a step HITTERS I, Wesley has a few good scores rJOHNCPARK
at time, looking suddenly old. tier ,
a I I It teft in the old ca-cass.: He made
Anne laid the letter down,a queer high, befeathered hat passed the I, i: a 42 on the last round and thereby -

sinking feeling taking possessionof front window slowly the door IN SENIOR LEAGUE beat Charlie Ketchum with
her. Another mainstay gone. One opened an Inch at a time and Llisa i Star American Coffee
I and Bob with 99. R S E '
Stowers 0 S
that she needed. ';entered, a bewildered look upon her I I 197 Willie says h* always makes those T I F T S

The second letter came from Jack face. Batting averages for players in I when he doesn't need NOW OFFERED IN
Hill with an enclosure. Anne read "Liisa. what's happened" Anne Diamondball League, I good scores THREE GRADES
I the Senior :
Hill's brier note saying the enclosed cried In alarm. including the last game played in [ 3"12 SIMONTON ST

had arrived after Kellogg's I NIkkl..- she said In a stunned I II the recently completed schedule,1| The Duke of Rock Sound took STAR, Ib., 25c SPECIALTY
and he felt she In-
departure was I tone "1 have been fired from Farnsworth follows: ,I on Josie! Lopez but Joe had to give LARGO Ib.. 18c 1101 Division Street

terested. Fisheries. I, who have worked Player- AB R. II, Ave. i:' him nine strokes a hole. And P L U M B IN G ,
Anne looked at the letter; it was
from Lee Farnsworth brief and bit there for seventeen years have been Jones _..._......_12 1 7 .5S3 I Cookie Mesa\ didn't: get enough v. & S., Ib., 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

ing. given two week's pay and told to W. Cates ............27 8 15 .555 ; coif in the a. m., BO played in

get out I can't Imagine what 'I did H. Wickers ......0.10 0 5 .500 i/! the p. m.. too. Not only that but ROASTED IN KEY WEST Staple and Fancy
I beg to UIl yon that I have that was wrong. Ward ..._..__.......23 4 10 .434 i j shot the same score again. Todayhe I DURO PUMPS '- .'
carried out the secret investigation "Oh LJIsa" Anne threw her arms Stertng _._...._21 6 9 .428 is safely ensconced in bed. Groceries
hate found
suCKesftrt. and
nothing to support your charges.I about her"you did nothing but take Goehring _____10 3 4 ,400Y. PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR :COFFEE MILL NURSERY '

enemies believe of they the two were youre Instigated men. and bv me In. shelter me when they were Lopez ._....;--20 8 8 ,AOO The last outfit was a fivesome Complete Line FreshPIONE

ask! : you to inform those parties trying to hurt me.- Ingraham .,.._.....21. 2; 8 .380 composed of Doc Kemp, Mel Rus 512 Greene Street .- 4.

or that insinuation further Interference win be bandied by act by forted.But Liisa wasn't to be so com Sweeting .____.....12 3 4 .333 sell. Johnny Kirsch. Bob Spot and 348. ,. Phone,2S6" '. I- PHONE 597 "Fruit: and ,Tegetabtes.

law. 1\1. Acevedo __,..18 5 6 .333 Eddie Strunk. All got a skin ex
Very truly yours, "Soshe Insistedthe1've been
Lee Farnsworth. Barcelo __..__.21 4 7 .33: wept Mel who got two but after
wanting to get rid of me for a long
time. Things haven't been handled Baker ,.._.--_._...21 8 7 .333 all it was an even match. Some SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Tncle: Lee didn't write that Kerr ..___. 5 8 .3t3: body had facetiously put a threeon .
right there. 1 used to be given the "-"" '"" "
Anne murmured. "it isn't like him. production sheets to tally with the C. Garcia _.___..18 3 6 .333 Number 5 hole for Melvin andit Jewfia, 2 Ib.. 35c t INSURANCE

He'd ramble and explain his ex daily department reports. Now rm Hale ..._.-.---.-........20 4 6 .300 looked for a while that he was Yellowtail Steak, 2 lbs. 35c THE KEY. WEST '

planations. That sounds like Rob"t1ITEL4 summing up reports from production Ththel __.__.........,.20 6 6 .300 another "Eagle" Sarazan but it Yellowtail OD Bone. Z Ib. 2Sc Office. : 319 Duval Street

sheets alone. Stanley __,'_, __.......20 2 6 .300 turned out that it was Number 7 i ,
she sighed It was useless "Xlkki. she looked up, her grey Alfonso ,__ __ .20 4 ti .300 hole instead. So all the excite- Grouper, : lbe. ZSe SUNDAY STAR

'* to hope from correction In that eyes solemn. think they're keeping P. Carbonell ".-.20 6 G .300 ment was in vain! Snapper 2 lba. Z5c
quarter. She walked out Into the of books. I believe the TELEPHONE. NO 1
two sets MuUoa Fish, 2 Ib. 25c
other room. There was someone at Farleys and Crocker are bleeding -- -" S a6scrfptldn. 32 Per Year .

the door. LJIsa opened it and Molly the canneries: for themselves. I FRESH SHRIMP Year ldu4. At
Neuman entered red hair gleaml &. "I know Liisa. However If Farley Large Select C>,aten Key West Only SundayTHE- 'frr

blue eyes dancing.:: hadn't found 1 was living with yon I Fresh Crab Meat I. tL cans SSe Paper Deimonieo Restaurant
"Xlkkl.; they've had a radiogramat : have been afraid to
he wouldn't Co.
the Union. The 'Star of Lap keep ,au. He'd have had you stay Busineu Office Citizen B.d".elaer Bar _____ lie

tland' sails in the morning for on to, provide him with that one set i I Building .
home -----
of books which appear to be right OWNED AND OPERATED BY COMPANY.Six
That means John's coming-" I, IOc. 7Sc. .... as.
-Well get along therell be other PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ----

"Teh. commented Liisa dourly, Jobs.lCopirrst..- Fish Co. Inc. Key West

but do you know how long before Hit, t>y Jeanne Bowman) Thompson .
hell get here In that old sallies

Anne Is summoned a danger
Anne listened to Uisa's dire prer1Io(1a3Ts out duty, tomorrow. SERVICE BETWEEN 536 Fleming Street JENNIE B. DE BOER

.. pad in .. package
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-....................... C of Nations High Commissioner of Key West and Miami I fAi i.l ; FUNERAL HOME
Jewish refugees from Germany, !
( Birthdays born at CoMwater, Ohio, 49 years Watch ff P R I N TIN G DIpUiH, Sympatb.tiaoaetot -

a.ee.e.e...........easesDr i ago. I NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST1UESDAY Courtesy
Ellen C. Sabin of Madison. !. I I -ON- Q A DONE BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

Wis. president-emeritus ofMilwaukee..Downer John Haynes Holmes of New WATCHMAKER JEWE.LEJ\ LICENSED EKBALKEE
College born York City. Community Church I -THE- '

at !".rj: Pta:: r e. Wi>.. 85 years ago. clergyman and liberal leader, I AND ENGRAVER _

I: born in Philadelphia, 56 years Ii i WE FURNISH. PICK-UP AND DELIVERY' See Him For Your Next Wm ARTMAN PRESS Amba"r Sen1ce,
Adella P. Hughes of Cleveland
organizer: c.! Clevel.nd's Orchestra I I I' Citizen 81"1_ LADY A 1TEHDAHT. Office
vice-president of the city'sJin j? ----- I OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET Hoarse 9 to 12-1 ta 6 citizen

Art i Dr. Leon Memille of Tulane P H 0 N E 5 1
: :al Association, born i in I i I .. sFRIDAY -
Open Saturday NII. no. 148
Cleveland, CS years ago. i Univ., New Orleans, a noted phy- I TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 I

1]I sician-radiologist. born at' Napo-
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James G. McDonald!, the League IconviKe, La., 53 years ago. J-. --



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v "* frequency: ask U le d nt.d t.o-'IitulacJ ytsttiJsy afteiouun on
QneSNAPSHOT CUIL DANCING SALON I I the garden where quiet always the Cuba.

I 3 Aftermath Of Sudden DeathBy f Storesl r I prevails, the melodies of a piano I
E is MADE lure played for by terpsichorean an expert provide enjoyment the I Wilbur Sweeting, brother of

( A. J. BRACKEN U Reader Digest) SUNSETS ; Irwin Sweeting, and son, Wilbur,

,.-..--.-.-.-.-.-.-..--e................o................ where courtesy is given by attendants -: Jr., arrived on the Cuba yesterday -
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and exacted for those afternoon for visit with
ter the sensation created by the head is all right." They usu- LEWINSKY'S SPECIALS POPULARITY OF GARDEN OFJ! who attend, and where persons I relatives. a

tad Sudden Death" The I ally are not. Lewinsky's Men's Shop has just ROSES CAUSE IMPROVE- I desiring exclusive and select associations .1.1I ]

der'g Digest was bombarded Such a great big fine fellow in received a large shipment of the I I, can be assured of find-;
"follow-ups." But the pink of health and prime of famous Griffin's Clothing for the MENT TO BE MADE ing them. I FLYwith
life. And his wife.
'thought enough had been said.I. .We put her poor to bed young when she : winter season and Christmas holi- I ......... ..............i the--

ten, 'from an embalmer in the arrives and. try too make her com- I-days.An advertisement for this store Ii!crew ng,in popularity among j PERSONAL PAN AMERICAN PLANENo

llage of Chappel Nebraska, fortable until we.. can .finish our in this issue shows that special those who desire dancing and i MENTION;

Ame the folloving-poignant in I work, so she will never.know what ,I prices are being given this week dining under pleasant conditions'I........................ : Change In RAtes
he looked like when we found Make Reservations by Phone,
emotional sincerity, impressive
ts i on many items in men's quality and amid delightful surroundings,I'I Mrs. J. Barrero left on the
,n its photographic directness. As Telephone 620
him.A merchandise. 1 theiGardenL:of Roses dancing ca- Cuba yesterday! afternoon for a
in the case of the! previous article, babe to come' soon, who will 'I tI which Regular Planes, MiamiKeyWest
appeal in Havana with relatives.
caution the sensitive reader know father : 1p ; I Airways, Inc.
we never a except by I AT KANTOR'SThe I made it necessary for the proprietor -
not to read too much of it. tales which are told. SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday -
I newest and most up-to- "Pena" Morales to increaseits Mrs Catalina Jellabot and two
Jut P...!p( Dense Fog I date line of suits are now being, size. !, children, left yesterday for Havana -I
Two o'clock in the morning. Is The lunch for school was in the shown at J. C. Kantor's Inca I Even though this has been done I where they will spend .awhile RATE, ONE WAY $7.50

that the phone? There it goes back seat, the case of eggs for Clothing for men and young men,there was barely room last night I with relatives. I Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Ar-
again. I grope my way sleepilyto the grocer intact, but the beauti- in nationally advertised lines are for the pleasure seekers who be- rive Miami 5:20 m.

it. Hello. .yes I understand ful lire of a little schoolgirl was offered in smart new patterns,' gan at an early sour in the eve- I Milton Cohn, who: was in Key I FaatComfortable5&r.J. p. .

.a wreck on the highway two gone forever. Sunset pictures add Interest to your snapshot album. textures and styles. j t ning to assemble and enjoy the I West in the interests of the proposed
miles east. We'll be right out. A foggy morning, a narrow This store advertises specials offerings of refreshment and excellent I sponge exchange, left yesterday -
What a sight! One car, a new bridge. The sharp, splintered end DID you ever stop to realize how means wait until there are clouds, prices on shirts with the new' service provided by the : afternoon for a business
one, now a tangled heap of scrap of the bridge rail drove throughthe Mother Nature is of for you will find that the clouds I rroubenized collar, sweaters, hats'!congenial and popular proprietor. I.visit in Cuba.
off on one side of the road, shat. windshield and tore away one the amateur photographer? Month "make the picture." ,and shoes J* Strangers coming to Key West I
tered glass everywhere. The crowd after month she changes the appear No set rule can be made on the 't 'I
side of her face. : Irvin Vidro, Phil Durant, Luis G. Kantor
has gathered and they have dug ance of landscapes, trees, shrubs exposure time for sunset picturesbut i SANTA CLAUS COMING! should glance at the advertise .
little brother who had Vidre and Ben
Poor Horant who
one body out and it lies a bloody, and even the skies, giving us something generally you will get a properly Santa Claus will arrive at Frank ment carried in this issue for Mendell's arrived -
been driving, how heartbrokenand in Key West this week for
: exposed negative if you set the dia- INC. -
grotesque, twisted thing under, new to snap almost every day. I Johnson's store in the Colonial Exclusive Men's Shop.
sorrowful tfe hard to ? of several weeks left
was see. a stay ,
and shutter
phragm at/J6 the speedat yes-
the pale light of the moon. An- She Is now slowly shifting her There are specials in this weekin
Saturday afternoon
and how was he to know that he 1/100 of a second.This setting of i Hotel Building on erday1 on the Cuba for a vacationin SUITSFOR
other lies groaning and mumbling scenery and preparing for her autumn every line at this store and
He has
November 30.
extended -
should have pulled to the side of the diaphragm and shutter depends Havana.
"My back is broken I think." display of new flowers, color- I advertised today are young men's
invitation to all Key
the road and stopped until the much on the brightness of your setting an I MEN AND YOUNG
We lift him as gently as possibleto fog lifted, even though they were ful foliage and last but not least sun.Believe. I West children to meet him there suits, blue serge suits, sport suits, Carl Rom, senior radio electrician MEN
ambulance cot and hurry beautiful clouded skies to serve us men's shoes, etc. ,
late for school? It or not attractive"moonlight" tomorrow. with the lighthouse depart IIi:. linlU't -
to the hospital. He dies two hours with fascinating backgrounds for I I A 1 '! svery new-
be Frank Johnson's is now showing &rg\-1lJ"f
Loose Gravel scenes can made by sun- ment, who was on a trip of inspection :
later calling! ftr'"Edith." landscapes and sunset snapshots. light This is best done during the : a large variety of Christmas : checks to points in the district est and smartest''styles, texture -
How (did''if" happen? The report Not much to do this time. The Don't overlook the opportunity to sunset hour and when there are :1 gifts including kodaks, china, : COLDS and pa\fn %nAnd they're

.is! they" were! trying to pass a car whole thing was on fire when we capture a few of these beautiful sunsets masses of clouds floating In the silverware, watches, jewelry, etc. :6 666 6 6 and "J.et..tne4 l.eaala H tcl" pricedio |nee-. fnlj budget of
against* to'd( close oncoming car. arrived. We could see his tracks for your snapshot album. They western sky which create lighting I I FEVERfirst THE SEMINOLEJaekaaavllle. the man with limited Means

What es it matter!'"We go back where he had come over the top add Interest to your picture collections conditions favorable for picturing MENDELL'S MEN'S SHOP to y"in. \(ice bui not inifin3

for.tlt'"dead body and in the operating of the hill and hit the loose and usually bring that highly "moonlight" scenes. The sun can Men and young men planningon I Liquid TsUeU HEADACHESSalve day qualit 9l. i seWMn of
roOm ''under the strong gravel. prized remark from your friends- be wholly or partially obscured andIf I Christmas Blue Serge Suits. 9 .
outfit for
a new New Deep in
30 minutes
light we find that we have a job t The warning sign was up so "There's a beautiful picture. How the light is red yellow or orangea o ata ,
on hand trying to embalm this the Highway Department had fulfilled did you take It!" snapshot exposure with a medium I FfG SHIRTSWith

poor thing, to put it back togetheras its duty, but there it lay An artistic sunset picture possi- stop opening can be given.To G i a' 1 i
best in to bility is not waiting for you every secure a night effect from a LEWINSKY'SI r {7taaii. the new Troubenized collar )-
we can an attempt
relieve the terrible heartache of where it had skidded and turned night in the week so don't rush out negative exposed in this manner, It ; smart patterns; Arrow.
completely around and over. A the door after reading this and expect must be printed long enough so that II IIJohnson's' Phillip Johnes and E. &
those loved ones who will hastento
see him. What a mess! Ragged twisted mass of hot iron, that to get one. Maybe you will but all but the highlights will be dark.If S S Men's ShopJust W. ___...__._. $1.45 to $1.93
fetid smell of burning flesh and a it is doubtfuL A good sunset pictureis you dont do your own printing SHIRTS-A
bones sticking out through torn fine line in new
explain what effect want to rl.rsa
few bones to tell the tale. just one of those things you watch you your
coat sleeves, head crushed to a How will we these re- and wait for. finisher. WILL ARRIVE AT received a large ship- I CHAS. B. GaiNER Mmmmftr patterns, guaranteed fast

pulp. Can we make it look,like a mains for burial.prepare Well, how would You will find that a foreground of You will get a lot of pleasure taking ment of FAMOUS GRIP- where A human you will home-Ilk find T.ar Institution....d".al colors _...__.._. 75c to $I.OO

human being and resemble' the yout water or a background of bills will these pictures and the result will FIN'S CLOTHING, I cai(.rt and ratertalaaicBt a matter SWEATERS Complete line
fine strong young man that it was f., s sAnd add much to the interest and artistic be well worth your time and effort. priced from- of great importance. new Fall Sweaters and

only an hour ago? It is jusfour'it. ,fso" it' goes,.,on arid on. in appearance of your sunset By all JOHN VAN GUILDER. I i iI I $19.75 to $27.50 A steel rlrr.reer--a--..n.I1f t.e.td Leather Jackets ..n $1.95 up
job and we're getting used to AT 5:00 P. M. .
ofnot I. the beset f tae rltT
Does it make us gun-shy of this this small town quite 3,000. --- .------,- I BLUE SERGE SUITS, -
Add..what befalU us here to the Room with Combination Tub
guaranteed fast colors Every HATSSmart
fast driving? Well, we wish all tragic roll in metropolitan cities TUGWELL EMPLOYS Some long for the good old days and Shower Bath. Radio. ElectriC
the speeders could spend night plain backs and sport Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer
a the Countless when the Republicans and not I I Felts, new shapes and
and towns larger I ,
Beds wit
with occasionally, in the 12,089 PROVIDES models, $19.75, now'- Ventilation. Comfortable
us. op- I than ours, and we have ,a very ; boondoggling, constituted the De- 30 II Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction colors. All silk: lined ,

erating rooms of the mortuary. faint idea of what is happeningon RELIEF FOR 5,012 mocrat's, chief worry. $15.00 ing Lamps.and Individual Read- ......._.._.........._.__.._ $1.95 up

Old Barleycora our highways.Over Colonial Hotel, Bldg.A The famous W. L, DOUG. RATES I

Three little kiddies, poor little 36,000 killed this way WASHINGTON:Nov.: 29.-The Subscribe' to The Citizen-20c I', LAS SHOESr- 78 nMB. Private Hath _Slag tZtM SHOES i

tykes the oldest only seven. They last year. Will it te more next New York Times, in a special ar- weekly. l*1i large variety'of. Dolls, $3.50 ;And Up hardly know what it is all about. : : I I* ne _.. Private Bath LOS Guaranteed Solid Leather. Beacon
? And will be of
year you one ticle from reveals FLORSHEIM SHOES for 24 RMB.. Private Bath : a.u and
Washington, Peters to
This time it is a young mother returning -I that number! Why won't ,you? : Toys, .Gift.Goods,'Kodaks. i : better IO sample Rama*. Private Bath ....I $2.45
home, with her husbandand that the Rural Resettlement, Ad- China Silverware Watches II men who care for SLIGHT. ISCREABK FOR DOVBLBOCCCPAJICT .
children, from a happy visit. ........................ ministration, presided"et' by SHOES. -
MENDELL'SExclusive Jewelry Etc.! ; STYLE PARK HATS in I ___ __ .
Kiddies are playing in the back Professor Rex Tugwell:is now em- ,: --- '- ---
seat! of the car. Bang! Crash! a CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN: I ploying an administrative force I all colors from- I _

sickening twisting and tearing andit more than twice as;large ,as' the Men's Shop '; Come early, bring the $3.50 to $5.00 Co.

is all over. : number of relief workers.hired to! :children and have good Special line of HATS- STEAMSHIP
Just two drunLs in old New shipment of a P & 0
an car ', date, and that the amount:paid t'o UNITED STATES FAST
coming over the top of the hill on ..*......... ... .... this directing staff is< ibq itt i fide i : YOUNG MEN'S SUITS't time. I $2.45 MAIL ROUTES FOR

the wrong side of the road, but ,PERSONAL times as great as the sum paid relief -', :jdoubla.breasted, pleated backs, A very fine line of ROBES,
what slaughter! We work feverishly workers. 1 and 2 pairs of pants $15.95 USE OUR LAY AWAY I SHIRTS and HAND MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

all night atempting to placea GAS PAINS Checking on the growth ,of Oswege Navy ; KERCHIEFS, BEAU
STOMACH ULCER up PLAN-a small deposit. Leave Key West for Havana on MOndays and Thursdays.
new nose and one side of the INDIGESTION victims, why bureaucracy in ,Washington, the BLUE SERGE SUITS 'I BRUMMELL TIES, IN.
!Ace .on this' mangled body which suffer? For quick relief geta Times said of the Brain Trust single or double breasted, fine will hold for, XMAS TERWOVEN and Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and

has been the loving mother of free sample of" UDGA, a doc head's department: 1 tailored .._.-.....-..._.. $17.50 : PHOENIX SOCKS.Lewinsky's Fridays.

these three email helpless chil- tor's prescription; at Gardner's "Officials found that Administrator -: ISPORT SUITS I Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00) P. M-
dren, now in the hospital, two, not Pharmacy. Tugwell has hired 12,089 1 in the latest models; Gabardines FRANK JOHNSONColonial : Men's Shop
expected to live. I Sale of ticket for Havana will top at 8:00 A. M.
to Finished
nov 20-21.22.27-28-29dec4-5-6; persons provide jobs for only Soft and Hard -
We secure a recent picture of 11.12-13x 5,012 relief workers. The salariesof I Worsteds, Serges and Hotel Bldg. I 528 Duval Street For farther information call Phone 71

this mother and *>y long hours of --- the administrative staff, spread other new materials $19.75 1 "Where Better Men's J. H. COSTAR, Afent.
patching end filling those muti- FOR SALETYPEwnrriNa out in eighteen Washington build- !IMEN'S SHOES i 428 Duval St. I Wear Is Sold" -
lated features and showing the _. ..
ings and the field, total $1.750.- -- -- --- -- --- ----
I Tan :Made
Black Sport. by
.body indirect light we keep i I
000 monthly, as compared to
Peters. Central. Endicott
from the loved sheets 75c. The Artman
ones the horrible : Press.
about $300,000 paid the relief. .
and the Famous
of this mutilation. -- -
picture aug7 I --
: workers. i Arnold Shoe ... $2.95
TaevL neIy Pedestrian "This staff, in addition to hav- = "
: r.l"I"lffllllllll.AT.I'.JTI"I.I."Make \
Such! freak SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50c. i' MANHATTAN SHIRTSwith SAVE AT LEAST $40
a' We found his i The Artman Press. ug7 ing 104 automotive units taken the new Manhattanizedcollar I
arm. Hanging oh"the latch of the over from other government "that knows its place
tilt"doer' torn 'completely from agencies, has bought eight
I, PERSONAL CARDS 100 passenger -, and stays put" $1.95 & $2.00
the socket; -at the' elbow. The Your I
cars all but one of the Paper Pay
cards, $1.25. The Artman I MONITO SOCKS -
mangled body'lay doubled up in I I more expensive type, for use in and have the use of anew
the ditch 'hearvyiJust Press. aug7 Washington in addition to four I I "Enough Said", 3 for $1.00

an ''old man walking alongin I station and 2 pairs for _._ $1.00 '
wagons, twelve trucks and
the art on the wrong side of I i I FOR RENT one motorcycle. \1!I MEN'S HATS You Dividends! G-E Refrigerator for the holidays!
the road.'the the The with fine
car coming over i i UNFURNISHED HOUSE near I l i new shape a
brow of the hill, headlights! shooting business section, telephone I Subscribe to The Citizen. 1 1i I touch that gives you a fine
up. Not a chance of escapingit. 704-R. nov22-tf appearance $2.95 and $3.50

Endurance .a. Death I LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -i..,i PALACEMontie :i Sleeveless OTIS ,UNDERSHIRTS 3 for $1.00 Money Saving Prices Ji

Just three happy! boys on their -2 bed rooms, conveniences : Montana in j Key West Headquarters \\t'k1\
way across the cocntry to Detroit. porches. 519 Elizabeth! GUN SMOKESerial ]' -fo_ 1 : {

Constant driving, day and night Street. novlS l Hart, Schaffner and Marx 1

with a change at the wheel every and Comedy Clothes I Watch THE ,KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers \
four hours but endurance lost FURNISHED APARTMENT Matinee: 5-10c Night: 10-15c i \\\
and we pick them up on the side Modern conveniences 628 .1- 1' closely for special savings on your \\\

of the road where they had crash; White street, or call at Gaiti's ---- ------ -- % household necessities. Make your paper pay you
ed a telephone pole and over Barber Shop nov12 dividends. The most interesting news in the

turned. Not an easy thing to FURNISHED APARTMENT, with W paper today is the advertising where you can
telephone the poor father out on electric ice 13
1001 Eaton, -1
the Coast and inform him that the phone 879-J. nov9-lmox ksave many dollars on the family budget by iifor

body .of his bey lies in our mor- 6 nv;kLi 110hfr0 ) oi patronizing those merchants who advertise their wait until spring to ,

P goods. the matchless co*-
wig that matches his hair, with garage. Apply 827 OUR { of a new G-E
plastic art and dermasurgery restore Duval street. oct19 ..;.' ia roar
the body to almost lifelike CU '" % THESE PRICES ARE BRINGI'NG THE COST ?Yon will want oo
appearance but we cannot bring BICYCLES h: die holidays sad yon
back that youthful smile or happy I ;. :. can save at least 440 before
laugh which he carried when he' BICYCLES-WE ,RENT by the BODY'S PURSE. -' spring thru baying now.
left home. These J Hour, Day or Week.! Repair n fR.Y. "sons 1.ach of our 4.: /
are only memories I { 'V :- tS--: ..., Not it tin tine to
to his loved on s. I all makes and paint them with -IF'" vl be tecdvmg an I tnjfOn
Dangerous Corners Nu-EnameL We carry a. full -1,Kvititionlo{ TM out***Wedding,anduc K" A merchant who advertises- his ,pricesV j just gas diy-Friday,
supply of Agent for the November 1. 1935-mow
parts. charged 20 for article that a
customer cents
We natives all knew that a an
wasa Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.- h:f i than one million dollars
mean corner, properly marked And sell them as low as $5.00 | non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. No Monthly Payments worth of new General Electric
with a" turn sign, but such a sharp Why this big difference? i Refrigerators werebought
down and $1.00 week.
per Naturally
you want your Wedding Invitation to be the
turn. To take it at more than 20 by America's homed
Phone 276. J. Stowers l> Until March 1
miles was unsafe. lie must hare I novl8tfSPECIAL very finest; and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our \I owners. Get years today

been oing 50 at least. No one I remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations w By patronizing the merchants who present !.\ A wa payment a* low a* $2 oo pot en. ia your hem.
saw it happen.: They found him
OFFERPERMANENT and Announcements in the of their prices frankly and openly each week you
with the car overturned, the sharp FavoredStyles 193} Is
edge of the ranntngboard. whereit -on- I help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT The Key West Electric Co.

joins the rear fender, resting on I WAVES f THE ARTMAN PRESS g OF KEY WEST.
his head. Why do they always two Permanents QC AA

have their heads mashed up so? for t17. I CITIZEN BUILDING I BkL
I wonder if this isn't the hope of Better Waves $5.00 and op I Make your paper pay you dividends.
every embalmer when he receivesan MRS. MILLER I GENERAL. ELECTRICFOUR'

auto accident call: "I hope'' 407 South Street Phone 574.. 'W"JJ'.4T.I""I'.4T.I'.JITI.I".I.4TII4'


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