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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: December 2, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 286. KEY WEST FLORIDA MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Other Spending InvolvedIni: STAMP AND COINEXPOSITION I REPORTS' THEFT DETROIT COUPLE PLAN FORMATION J'New y.Attitnde# Of Business

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NOW OF BOAT ;MOTORTAKEN WILL VISIT HEREMR. WELFARE BOARD



Forthcoming Ruling .olt1.AAA SHAPES UP WELLMANY \ FROM TRAILER OWN. AND MRS. S. L. A. MARSHALL .!t OF 1 COUNTIESCONRAD ,:;Seen As Important Factor


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I FRAMES ARE RECEIVED VAN HYNING TO ADDRESS .In Race For Presidency
Government Attorneys Ex.. TOWNSEND MORGAN ED IN KEY WEST ING FOR WINTER PERIOD I :
FROM FOREIGN UNIT; MAYOR H. C.:

press Views BearingOn LEARNS OF AWARD\ COUNTRIES FOR COMING I GALEY IS MEMBER OF ORGANIZATION 4. -
Some culprit in Key West has Among the prominent visitors I 1.1"111"1'.1'1'.1" :

Legality Of Many I' EVENT IN KEY WEST in his possession an outboard motor -, who plan to spend the season in I Many New Angles In Political -
MADE DRAWING which has been used in Africa -
Key West is Mrs. S. L. A. Marshall \ HOW GOOD ARE YOU
India, China, Japan South l i i I Manipulations
ProceedingsBy I of Detroit, Mich-\ who ex- I
j AT READING PROOF?
(By Commodore Von Mietk- America and practically all ttb Imperial .. The ri.lxe.>
ARTIST WITH KEY WEST ADMINISTRATION Liuba, H. D. W.)" waters in North America, but per pects to reach here in a few JACKSONVILLE Dec. 2.- Looking Toward Coming
The International Stamp and I all that rill probably be of little Formal organization of the local Your ability may earn you I

STEPHEN(By Ai.J.'.MeDONOUGH. Press IS NOW, Coin Exposition is taking shape, rse to the thief.In I days.The visitor is the wife of S. L. district! welfare! board. which a beautiful De Luxe Gillette CampaignBy

CHARGE OF relating the disappearanceof A. Marshall\ editorial and sports comprises seven counties will Razor Set!
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.-Many HOWEVER. IN with four more entries having
the rotor, A. E. Brock formei take place next Friday, Decem- In one of the advertise
writer and with her husband and
government attorney see much BEAUTIFICATION WORKF. been received from foreign gov- owner of the power unit chuckled -1 ber 6, when Conrad Van Hyning. meats in this issue of The
BYRON PRICE
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than legality of the AAA: ernments.The when he said that knowing all young woman companion expect Commissioner of the State Boardof Citizen there appear a typographical (chief .r Bnrra*. The ..%.- .l'"
more Republic of Czechoslovakiasent the peculiarities of it and the to arrive over the highway and at Social Wclare, arrives in West error. The first Pre_ \,......5.-'

processing tax hinging OB the Townsend Morgan, who for a total of thirteen frames difficulties in starting it at time,.I once take up residence in one of Palm Beach to address the nine person bringing in the cor Viewed from any angle, thema..iD
he was rined that the present! the Air Station members of the local welfare reel ion to this error in a
supreme court' forthcoming ruling Ii. I- many months was connected with apartments. of business opposition to
containing postage stamps, postal but small
"owner" would derive board, known as District 10 under seated envelope tomorrow
OB that measure. the artists' group of the Key West cards and cancellations which of- satisfaction from his theft. Negotiations were started several the "1935 Social Welfare morning will receive one of President Roosevelt ia a matter of

Administration: and who now i is fer a wealth of material for re- Mr. and Mrs. Brocb and eon ar, weeks ago when the Mar- Act of Florida," passed by the these De Luxe Razor Outfit
Spending, of tax money requires in charge of a WPA project for search as well as for sheer enjoy' rived last week' from Hackett I shalls wrote to the housing de- state legislature last June. absolutely FREE I prime interest politically, a* well

\theoretically at least, a beautification of public buildings, ment. town N. Jin car and modern partment asking for information The local district welfare board a* economically.

trailer which was the subject-of and setting forth the needs of will take over the relief responsibilities ." 1'1T..1T".1..11
authorizedby what his award Politics
specific grant of power has learned was After the close of the Exposition an article in The Citizen oft'November =. Florida Emergency always i is uncertain, but
of the
Mrs: Marshall\ who is
the constitution; but the only for having won the J. Frederick these frames will be forwarded 20. They parked their recuperating Relief Administration and at least interesting possibilities
Talcott prize in the twentieth an- travelling home at one of the from a recent illness. PORTER STILL
to the Czechoslovakian Consul will the
responsibilities as
clause of that document they can assume can be predicted on the lesson of
nual exhibition of the Society of General who will hold them in local camps and latr on missed Conditions were explained in a set forth through the "new wel-

find which give the AAA that American Etchers which openedin readiness for future exhibitions in 1 the motor. j reply and assurances given that fare act." OPTIMISTIC ON political history.
Mr. Brock said this it
power !is the "general welfare" New York last Tuesday. other towns of the United States morning I the requirements stipulated in Mr. I The -Federal government's One lesson of the past is thatit
is not the intrinsic value of the I deadline of December 1 for the
Mr. Morgan's etching, "Key Marshall's letter could be met. BRIDGE
Canada. LOANSAYS
and Thus Key West and
provision, for improving the condition cash award of 1 little one cylinder machine butI cessation of federal to is almost impossible to elect or
West brought Saturday grants
a | a telegram was received
visitors to the will first
Exposition
I I the memories of the trips I
of the entire country.It $25 but he will probably receive enjoy these displays before possibly -I i many I advising that arrangements were Florida for relief purposes throwsI reelect a President over a deter.
in which consti-
entire lot of 50 faraway places the entire for the
orders for the f satisfactory and the party would responsibility
was under this clause, the at- prints which can be run on the hundreds of thousands of! tuted its sentimental value which arrive early in December.Mr. j I{ caring of these clients on to the NOTHING LEFT UNDONEIN mined and wisely-directed opposition .
visitors at other exhibitions I
on!
torneys say, that the Louisianaand plate. cannot be: estimated in money. and Mrs. M.! S. Avery, who ] counties themselves. Inasmuch as by organised business. From
this continent will view them. I having EFFORTS TO SECURE
his to -
that he { Despite objections i the State Welfare Board willI
Alaska purchases were made The bare announcement were living in Miami and recently
that agricultural extension is car- had been awarded the prize was Another British Crown shipment arrived froma the loss reported to the anthorities -' made arrangements to come to I I have no funds available for direct FUND; RETURNED TO KEY that the Democrat nay take
Colony, namely
the j Sheriff K. O. Thompson' relief, the local
received early this week by j Key West arrived over the high- function of the warning.
ried that relief is the from,. the Colonial Postmaster in! i
on given
I was called and Mr. Brock ex- I WEST YESTERDAY
artist but it was not until the I nay Friday night and are com-I !boards at present, will be confined -
unemployed, that the Tennessee, present time that he knew what Barbados, British West Indies, fa- plained the loss. It was then he I fortably located in apartments to cooperating with local polit- Another is that the bringing
mous island of long ago when| humorously! explained the dilemma together of powerful business organizations -
valley authority is operating and the award was. Duval street.HARRY I ical subdivisions in working out
pirates roamed the Spanish Mbin.A .: in which he believes the thief I Ion e I for political action
that the public health service. The print submitted by Mr. j their relief problems. Upon the "We are going to get the
Morgan presents panoramic view very unusual display was received -i I will find'hmself when he attempts! I request of the counties!, the local<< bridges and should be so, informed usually remit in extravagant
Smithsonian Institution and other, of Key West showing many of from the Kingdom of Den-j, to start the motor. ; BAKER t boards will furnish trained social within the next week or 10 campaign spending. and i is likelyto

old-tirnq government agencies are: the delightful and unique attrib- I, mark, which sent six complete workers to assist in the administering days." The Citizen was told by culminate in a scandal benefit-

continued. I utes of the city. The Society of sheets of commemorative stamps L STATE AUTO' TAGS I RETURNS HERE I of any funds which the I \\"m. R. Porter who returned' ting Ute other state The Republicans -

One ArgumentThus American Etchers is consideredthe just off the press. local government might raise for I yesterday from an extended tripto may learn from that.
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I outstanding organization of Cyprus another British Crows ( I' relief purposes.! Washington and other points.i One way or die other it is not
it is if the ---
argued, su- t
its kind in this country.. Colony in the Mediterranean Sea, SALE ji Among the most important, .air. Porter said that nothing improbable that fcuiness opposition -
preme court should declare the: ,P/yitswere subgrittedby more sent a frame of current stamps- in- PLACEDJN .-,,.FIRE CHIEF HAD BEEN. ON,l functions of ,4be, local district' has been left undone, apfBGffala to .ti --It: Mrf*ijl-janJirirj.. and

AAA" processing taxes, as such, than 1500 etchers, but only *2G3 cluding the famous Jubilee Issuein j I board: as will be outlined by' Van' has been given by all departmentswhich to Mr. Roosevelt himself, will be

unconstitutional rather than I were selected for the exhibition honor of King George's Silver EXPECTED THAT TWELVE BUSINESS VISIT TO Hyning. will be the following: i have any jurisdiction over 4 lone of the dominating factors in

merely the method of levying which continues through December Jubilee "as King of Great Britain. i JACKSONVILLEChief The local board, working under the matter of loans for public 1936.
28. The importance of entries by HUNDRED WILL BE DISPOSED II the state board will assume welfare projects and the matter is still Sentiment Crystatizrag
them doubt will be cast
some on
foreign governments cannot be duties now carried by the being considered by President Of course there is nothing; new
the legality of these other ac overestimated, because any exposition OF IN KEY WEST I FERA, which will include the ad- Roosevelt. th business distrust of Mr. Roosevelt
of the
Harry Baker Key
tivities. ; THOMPSON FISH adds to the cultural I West Fire Department who was I ministering of direct relief as long After leaving Washington Mr. or in the prospect that many

Lawyers for receivers of the, standing of the community and in Jacksonville to discuss matters a* the federal government con- Porter went for :a brief stay inNew important? basinets l leaders will

Hoosac Mills corporation, plaintiff -' CO. PURCHASES the very fact that foreign govern- Florida state automobile tags I pertaining to the piece of -i iI tinues to supply! funds; the selection York, then to 1 Birmingham be against! hmtTnext: yqavr.
in the test case asking repay ments are freely participating in were placed on sale in the officeof which assigned apparatus to of a district welfare director Ala., where ne spent Tanlsgiving ; The ;! jfttcffnttag nw thing

ment of processing taxes on cot-! this first international exposition,: Tax Collector Frank H. Ladd I Key West and was is now in Homestead :- and staff; the supervision of projects with Mrs. Porter, 'kh o' was about & )i
ton, are .expected to argue that I HIGHWAY\ FERRYVESSEL is indicative of the foreign postal, this morning and the first tag was has returned tq Key West.I for the preparation of lists" visiting her orother-in4aw and there haVbeen a drawing together
the levies unconstitutional because administrations' attitude towards purchased by Mrs. Earl Gwin. I sister Mr. and Mrs. "William and ten-
are : : Mr. Baker said! 'that although of persons eligible to receive benefits ; of this: :s thMtit a
the constitution does not such activities. I Asked how many tags he expected -' there is a possibility of the machine under the Social Security Webster and returned by plane' demc/ to express it in organized

specifically provide for them and WRECKED DURING More shipments are expected, to dispose of this period, being assigned to one of Act. from Miami yesterday.Mrs. fashion.
also because congress unlawfully daily. After a series of confer! Mr. Ladd replied that there were the COG camps in Flqrida, he has To the extent that funds are Porter is expectd to re- Wholesale refusal of the utility

delegated its tax rate-making HURRICANE ON FLORIDA ences the Exposition was postponed approximately 1200 cars being not lost hope of its being sent to available. the district boards will I turn to Key West within the next I companies to register under the

powers to the secretary of agri- KEYS DISPOSED OF FOR until January 23-26 1936, operated in the county and it is Key West as was first intended i attempt to carry out the functions few days over the highway. new holding company act coincides -
culture. in order to provide an inter-, reasonable to suppose that this prescribed in the Social Welfare with a number of significant -
when the veteran's on the ,
The government's petition to SUM OF 2689.50 national attraction for tourists. I number would represent'the sales. Keys to which the camp engine had Act;, the institutional care I ROBBERS ENTER t developments elsewhere.

the court asking for a hearing of Cards posted i in the court house been assigned; for service, was lof children; conferring with county Returns from a referendum
the case declared on the other I under the title. "Have You a officials concerning the need I among members of the Chamberof
abandoned I
the burri-
hand, that the act "represents the Sale of the wrecked Ferry Mon- OTHERS COME IN Title to Your Car," quote a sec- cane. following for and possibility of buildingand GROCERY STORE Commerce of the United States
decision fed tion of the law which informs district institutions; whose board
final of that operating on are representedall
congress the "I received onlthe) most
of
roe County county ferry courteous
I i owners that to secure a tag for giving service to state institutions!; the interests
eral assistance was and is neededto system to the Thompson Fish Company TO SPEND SEASONDelighted reception from officials and of great financial !
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restore the normal functioningof I operation of a motor vehicle,.j in and private agencies; and the va- I 'of the country show an overt -
discussed other Jacksonville.
was at a meeting persons { RICHARDSON REPORTS LOSS
the agricultural life of the. is necessary; for the owner to pro'oduce rious other responsibilities which (whelming majority against current
of the county commissioners this I said the chief, "and am convinced
nation and that such restorationwas a title certificate. \ the Welfare Act prescribes.It OF MONEY AND ALSO "legislative trends."
can
morning and Clerk Ross C. Sawyer with their during t that all who in any way do
stay The opinion was expressed that will be the duty of the local Bankers
and remains vital to the halting The American association -
instructed to make out a bill so, are pulling for Key West"FEXTEND
of the disastrous period of last season in Key West Mrs. there are a number of cars in the board to confer with county officials GOODS I in annual convention, givesa

depression which has threatenedthe of sale. Graham Denby Fitch and daughter city, owners of rrhich have. no f in coordinating the operation cold' reception to "new deal"
country's very structure." Bids were called for by the Miss Hermione Fitch of Washington !' title certificate. t j I. TIME INREffCROSS of county organizations with Another of those robberies' speakers. The Liberty league,
local ERA administration I
sometime
Millions AffectedIt D. c., returned on the I the district organization, and to which at intervals remind resi- which manifestly has ample finan-

added that congress adoptedthe I ago received.and several The highest responseswere was Cuba this morning and will stay I CUSTOMS OFFICER DRIVE. prepare the county and districts{ dents that stores or residencesare cial backing, extends its attack to

law after several years of considering -. made by the Thompson Fish Company for They five are months.comfortably locatedin t for participation in the Social Security not safe from midnight ma- include most of the PralcIeIlt.smajor
the necessity for farm re- program. rauders was reported to the sheriffs proposals.
lief and recently had approved its I the hull which and offered 2689.50 The originalcost for their winter home on Eagle LEFT FOR MIAMI J' Members of the )local welfare office today by Will Richard These organizations all mains -
engines.
avenue, near the biological station ,
TWO HUNDRED board. named by Governor Sholtz s taro but
administration, adding that "the AND TWEN they are not in politics
was 40000. and will there be at hometo son.Mr. II
in are Mrs. Sybil Ilearne. Vero Richardson reported the{ is beyond
provisions challenged this case their Affect on politics
From this there is to be
directly affect thousands of tax-I sum their many friends. A. C. LUND TRANSFERRED TO TY-EIGHT MEMBERSHIPS I Beach; Dr. II. C. AIcDermid, loss of money from the register dispute.
deducted an outstanding indebtedness Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Elsworth,
payers indirectly affect millionsof of $261.25. This leaves a I of Quincy, Mass, were arrivalsover DUTY WITH DEPARTMENT SECURED UP TO DATE Summer.Okeechobee Fort City Pierce; Mrs. Carroll Agnes and an appreciable quantity of I Campaign, FmmJf
; cigarettes. The thieves gained
consumers, and involve hun- That the RcfniMkans intend to
balance of half of aft-
$2,428.25 the highway yesterday
I Dr. Carl N.
Dunscombe. Stuart
dreds of millions of dollars of internal AT PORT EVERGLADES ; entrance to his grocery store at make a thoroughgoing' job of rais-
which goes to the county and the ernoon on their first visit!' to Key Heerman West Palm Beach Mrs.\ ;
; the Elizabeth Eaton
revenue"Approval I corner of and
other to the administration.The West. They have secured com- Owing to the absence of sev- Charles Branch, West PaTmBeach ling campaign foods is evidenti
of the AAA by con- Monroe County' is the ferry fortable apartments on Duval A. G. Lund of the local cus- eral groups of persons, who havein Dr. Harry C. Galey Key streets, and departed leaving no i i from the personal of the new fi-

gress at the last session in passingthe which was at Matecumbe duringthe street" t1 j X tom unit left over the highway the past joined the Red Cross West;; Dr. B. F. Butler. Holly I trace, or clues as to their identity.>nance comaittee appointed by

amendments to the act, which hurricane of September 2 and i yesterday morning for Miami membership drives it has been de- wood. "j Chairman Fletcher. It is headed
attempted to forbid suits to collect was badly damaged. It was where this morring he was to cided to hold the membershiprolls OPERETTA TO I by' leaden who represent con-

taxes already paid was questioned brought to Key West and is now PLANE BRINGS take the oath of office adminis- open until Wednesday, December I jcerns aceastome. to deal in mil-

however in a supreme" tied up in the yacht basin at the tered by J. G. Watson assistant 4, at noon. FEW LICENSES TOWED ( lions.
court ruling of Nov. 25 which directed submarine base. ,lIt ; 12 PASSENGERS collector of the !Florida district I The noon hour was fixed, said BE REHEARSED I; A year ago, the Republicanswere !

eight southern rice millers was decided,by til(board to I and proceed to Port Everglades. Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz. who is \ IN NOVEMBER { having great difficulty raising
to pay the levy on rice into a special purchase bond offerings to the There Mr. L->nd will take up I chairman of this year's activitiesin .;;u-E: t|! money. Those who were asked -
t I HELD TONIGHT
depositary instead of the amount of $95.000 with. gasoline! his duties :as! deputy 'collector in Key West because the reportof PRACTICE I[ for funds replied in many cases
treasury pending a decision on con funds now in the hands of the There were 12 passengers arriving charge; today! and will be assistedby the drive must be forwardedthat AT COLONIAL I. by asking what assurance thero
stitutionality of AAA. State Board of Administration. by plane from Miami yes two of his Key West associ afternoon by plane to Wash- Few marriage licenses were issued |was that the party would not go

(Many government officials have The price is 41 H. terday morning as follows: James ates. Charles :'1. Russell and C. ington. during November. only six -_ -HOTEL I{off at a tangent, and permit itself

declared privately their belief f Warren, Lillian Curry. Moielle P. Hogeboom, who have also been Up to date the number of mem- being recorded in the license book 'I" !.'.to be dominated by the radical
that a ruling of unconstitutionalit Sand, Alexander Lupser. Amelia transferred! and were! to have the bers secured is 228 which is 172 of Judge Hugh Gi>nn at the coun- Persons( participating, in the elements, particularly in the west.
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on AAA by the court immediately) POULTRYSOFT Swazey, Wm. P:. Porter. John oath administered today. less than the quota of 400 fixed ty court house "Pirates of Penzance" are sched-I{ The general tease of discussionat

would result in a demand for an BONE ROASTERS I Nancanow. Agnes Cordero Mabel Charles Wardlow left yesterday i r for the city and while the: chairman The last license issued during uled to meet tonight in another{ the "grass roots" conference

amendment to the constitution i if I 3 to 6 Ibs. each : Harper Vera Crnni, Billy Crain morning*for Miami and today I i does not expect to reach the November was on Friday to En- weekly rehearsal at the Colonial I appears to have satisfied many

the.decision were based on irregularity t, Ida Kerr Michrel Lerner, Helen assumes the duties of examinerand i figure in the quota, it is hoped rique Barcelo and Marina E. Al I hotel main dining room. The re-i eastern Republicans that" the party

of the taxes as such. HENS FOR STEWING 1 Lerner. acting appraiser: in charge of i' there will be some others join be- varez. hearsal is to start at 7:30 o'clock.I would at least be more conservative -
1 3 H to 6 Ibs. each this branch of the service. j fore the drive is ended.WHITMAN'S George Mills White, director of: than the D..oerab.I .
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BROILERS 1 U to 2 Ibs. I the operetta said today that more -
FRYERS. 2U! to 3H Ibs. i + : male voices are needed in the I Sweeting' Service Station

Grade "A" MilkAlways I DUCKS. 24 to 3 Ibs. i $eI.Jram s'I ,Red Radiance Rose BusheJuit s il Fresh Shipment CANDIES Just In +,I Grade "A" Milk chorus. He also urged all per.t' i* now operating om a cash basis.Your

interested to the new price
sons attend rehearsaL Investigate our
Available TURKEYS. 10K to 16 Ik*. f end k.44l'" Received-SOc EACH 1 PRICED FROM lOc UP
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at I Always Available at This applies to persons dollar ha move value at Sweet-

SOLANO'S DAIRY Fulford's Poultry Farm 'I WHISKIES. AND.GINS South Florida Nursery GARDNER'S PHARMACY I Chester lift's Dairy who took part in the presentationlast ',hag's. Our special for this week:
PHONE 598 1 I February and others who Compete Greasing Service and
PHONE 223 Phone 880 I Deliver I Phone 177 Free Delivery I PHONE 639 i
t- ---- 1 1 would like to be in the cast. I
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REMEMBER TO CALL FOR WAGNER BEER BY NAME WHEN YOU ORDER REFRESHMENTS. ITS WELL AGED, OF BEST QUALITY AND NO HIGHER PRICE:

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TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN( = MONDAY, DECEMBER[ 2, 1935.
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in'bt i\tp tt_ ,ett I KEY WEST IN Today's Birthdays.1 l TODAY'S WEATHER ]i I Today In History

TUB Published CITIZEN Briny 1ILIS1IINU Except :Sunday G CO, By I>C. As a general rule The Citizen is reluctant DAYS GONE BYIlappenngs ........................ ........................

L. P. ARTM\,". Preside to enter !into any discussion that Josephine Roche of Denver, 1762. Touro Synagogue Newport -
.JOB ALLE%. AMi.ta.t B..l.eM XmmugrrFrom Her Jest 10 Year.:i I Colo.. Assistant Secretary or.the Lowest Ripest slightly colder Tuesday; moder. '
tends to raise religious issues. The his- Ago T.. : The Citizen BundlngCor..r i Station last night Jut hours winds.
24 ate
1 Treasury born at Neligh, Nebr.. I northerly I worship in country, dedicated.
Greco and Ann Street tory of mankind abundantly warns us that I The File. Of The Citizen 4U years ago.. Abilene ...._.. 30 66 Florida: Fair in north, cloudyin
Atlanta ..__._ 28 56 i south! portion, colder in north
Only Daily Newspaper In Key. : V:ft and Vonro* this is a dangerous question, with a capa- t A meeting of the members of Bostd ........28 40 and central portions tonight frost j I 1805 Battle of AnsterLtz.;
| Lewis II. Carris of New York
County.Entered I Ii
city for evil that is strange when one con- the Key West Country Club will I Buffalo ....-.._ 22 32 in north and central portions with Austria-Napoleon defeated com.
I City, nianagftig-director of the I
at Key West, Florida, a._second clan matter Le held 7 o'clock Friday evening i', I i Charleston .... 44 62I freezing or lower in most of north I'I bind Austrian and Russians.
FIFTV-SIX'I"H )TAn siders that it develops from an intensity of I, at the Chamber of Commerce.j, bom National at Tyre Society, N. for Y.,the 66 Blind year*, :I I ChIcago ___.. 16 30 : portion tonight; Tuesday fair:'I"I _

Member .( flee A*..elate* Pies faith in a Supreme Being, interested in the I This meeting Pas been' sailed for I ago.I I Denver --,--.. 22 40 slightly colder in south portion. 1823-President Monroe delivered .
< the of adopting tLe by-I I Detroit .. 18 28I Jacksonville to Florida Straits I'
The Associated Press if exclusively entitled tb use purpose I message to Congress which
tan republicatlon of all news dispatches credited to good the true and the beautiful. laws and electing the officers of I Galveston __ 48 68 [ and East Gulf: Fresh northerly enunieiated for the first time
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it or not otherwlM credited bergNATIONAL in this paper and .110tI.e In the United States there exists, bylaw the e'.ub." i i I Dr. George R. Minot of Harvard's Jtayana --..-- U : winds over north portion and the "Monroe Doctrine" Russians
- local news published I i I Medical School. Nobel i I Huron .___ .-. 20 32 > moderate northerly winds over I French Prussians and Aus.
I freedom of religious worship. In I prizewinner in medicine, born in Jacksonville 46 68 i weather
ICIIORIUASSOCIATION; ) i Arrangements for a white way south portion; generally I trians alhad designs at the t.raa
I' many other countries, unfortunately, thereis on Duval street have almost been ; Borton, 50 years ago. I Kansas City 20 38 fair over north and partly over-:. of grabbing off some slice er the
", r I'i'C 1935 I. completed says Harry J. Boya- I II KEY WEST 59 69 cat over south portion tonight,i New World.
I'I'r no such guarantee, either in law, or in }i jian of the Vic Realty company. I Dr. Walter. Rittman of Pittsburgh I Little Rock .. 28 52 i, and Tuesday. :,, _
SI'BCRIPTIOVOne R.TEt! I noted chemical and commercial -' Los Angeles! .. 5fJ 76 '
Year _..._ .. .. .... U fact. Consequently, frequent stories of Eighty-three jismes;: have been i 1834-King Otho of Bavaria
Six lonths; :'.: .. :::.=:::::::-:::.-.:-=::= a.oo: I I signed to the petition for securing engineer born at San-I Louisville ..... 22 36 Ii WEATHER CONDITIONS. i iI arrives in Greece as Greecjan
Three Months _- ... SoSI persecution reach America with resulting I this dusky, Ohio, 52 years ago. Miami .......... 44>> 70
One Month _._... .--....r.._..-.-. .._.. _.__. '__".,."...."'_'_ .as I I improvement to the main --- I I 8 12I king, following overthrow c
weekly" .___. _.. ____._....._..._.-..__ __'_"._ ..20ADYERTICIVG i indignation of our people generally and a street. A meeting of all property 1 Minneapolis I A strong high pressure area is Turkish rule and beginning of
Prof. Jerome Yale'sDivinity New Orleans" 72I i
Davis of 42
I corner on D r-eI I street is to I I crested this morning over! the Greek independence.
: ;*1 desire on the part of special minorities to be called, some time next week. School: sociologist, born I New York .. 32 38 middle Mississippi Valley, and
:Made, known J
on application. I ( in Japan (of American parentage Pensacola ...._. 38 66 central! Plains States, and overt -
i
SPECIAL :NOTICE! I "do something" for their oppressed brothers f ), 44 years ago. I Pittsburgh .... 22 32i i t spreads most sections of the coun- Rio Grande Valley. Temperatures
V! reading notices, cards <" t!.arVs, resolutions ofrt and sisters of a common faith. Wrecking Tug Warbler, which i i St. Louis .....- 20 36 ; try. St. Louis Mo., Little Rock, have fallen in most sections
"-!t. obituary notices, et. will a charged for at left last weel. to assist a vessel t,
th rate of .1 cents a line. Usually, those closely akin to the I reported in distressn the reef; Harry II. Flagler of New York Salt Lake City 20 44 Ark and Oklahoma City. Okla., east of the Rockies except in.
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha San Francisco 48 64 i 130.60 inches. Light has portions of the northern Plains
philanthropist, born in Cleveland, snow occurred -
revenue is to be derived are S cents a II.. i persecuted in other countries inevitably returned last night: Tbe vessel
Valley
I C5 Seattle ....... 38 42 ; during the last 24 hours States and upper Mississippi -
The Citizen Is an eprn forum and invites discus years ago.
sion..f public issues and subjects of local or general seek some action on the part of the government -l floated before the tug arrived. I Tampa ....__.. 54 66 !throughout most of the Lake re- with freeing weather southward -
interest but it will not publish anonymous communications. Washington .. 28 48 I l5 into the interior of the Gulf
frion and eastward over the North
of the United States. This is seen Rev. James M. I
Captain and Mrs. Warren J. Henry Presby.i: WilJi'ton ._.... 16 36 I Atlantic States, and it was snowing States and readings 10 to 13 degrees -
in the attitude of many Jews toward Hit I Watrocs,.x\ho have been spending terian missionary, provost of this morning from western below normal on the Middle

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ler's campaign against their race in Ger- their honeymoon in northern and Lingnan University, China,'bom' I j Temperatures I New York tonthward over west- and East Gulf coast.
China of
American
in ( esionaiies
m -
e&stern pci-.ts: left New York !
lo-
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN many, in the reaction of Irish stock to- ), 55 years Highest .. .. .... 69I era Virginia. The only other precipitation U S. KENNEDY.
day< ward the treatment of Ireland by Great I Mallory and .sill arrive in I Lowest .... ._ 69 was
Key Mean __._-.._.......-...--_.-......_....--_64 ",- -- -- -- ----
Britain and the efforts of Catholics West Satarday. Nyi Pu, a young Burmese actor, -
to ,
1. Water and Sewerage. some appears opposite Miss Mitsuko Ta-: Normal Mean _.....--_--__..._72 I
secure governmental action against Mexico \ I Il.n- Ii
-I John Wi'bur gates. of Mr. !kao in "Daughter of Japan," a re- ,
son
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main i
where, it is alleged the Mexican cent ; Ins.: CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
gov- and Mrs. .Ion -.than Gates, of Key Japanese motion picture. Yesterday's Precipitation .0
land. ernment is oppressing its own people. West and Mis Kaihcrine Luella! Normal Precipitation_ .OT Ins.; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
... ....... ..... ......
SFree Port. Foyle. of Cocoanut Grove, weremarried t The great auk be- z1-e reeerd :t i
With all to I ; or garefowl, .
sympathy oppressed peo- I diic ml h Veto-It fbla. ..r..... j jTomorrow's OF KEY WEST -
' last Satir-dty evening in came extinct about 1844. It bred!
4. Hotels and Apartments. ple everywhere The Citizen does not see ; Almanac j ji
that city. The was in Iceland and
ceremony on islands off Newfoundland I I -
'I I' Sun rises _..... ._...... 6:57 a. I Ij as at flee ct... .f lsiasa Nevemker 1, IMS
5. Bathing Pavilion. where it is a proper function of the American performed hv Rs""'. Dr. Benjamin and it could not fly. -? m.
Toper in St. Stephens Epi"=copal ,I j Sun sets ......_ u.. .... 5:37: p. m.'' Comptroller1 Call
6. Airports-Land and Sea. government to investigate these church. j Moon rises ..._...--.-...12:40 p. m.
7. Consolidation; of County and City charges much less to attempt to interfere I trip last night to Tampa on theS. Moon sets ..--.........._12:10 a. m. RESOURCESLoans

j Governments. with the internal affairs of other countries. Johnson! and Johnson sold thir-, S. Cuba. lie will advertise First quarter 3rd .... 2:28 a. m. and Investments. ," S04,74 .li
do not advocate I ty-six lots in Sea View Subdivision Key West at Tampa and St. Petersburg I Tomorrow's Tides Overdrafts ._._.._.._._ '.,. 8944
Consequently
we any action : making regular trips 3anking House Furniture
on Big Tiro Key this wee!: '
by our government either to help the 'I to Miss Josephine Van Lippi of between Tampa and this city. A.M. P.W and Fixtures __ ." 33,920.764.S00.09
Don't forget to give mite to the i Sidney Thompson and Jack H. ''High 2:52 352; Stock of the Federal Re-
Will your Jews, the Irish or the Mexicans unless'' Miami. The consideration was Roberts will take care of the 'I Low ..........._....._ 9:27 9:59 serve Bank _, ,_, .. ': ..:1r
Rogers Memorial Fund. these people are persecuted in the United 10000. Big Kne: Key is the publicity on the trains. Mr. Thompson I Barometer 8 a. m. today Temporary Federal De- ",
I' largest of the Southern Groupof left last evening on the train Sea level 30.19. posit Insurance Fund 1.964.81
Keys!: and i is destined to be- I United States Govern-
The well-known stork too States.At
seems un- for Miami and will distribute: lit-;
the last session of Congress Sen- com one of the largest cities in WEATH1R ment Obligations direct .
able to solve the distribution problem. I ; erature to thousands of people.! FORECAST ,
and
j the chain. ( i fully guaranteed -
,
ator Borah, great and powerful advocateof ; This advertising campaign is being _..._. r '$602,718.13 t
Mussolini continues the business and handled by a three-way (Till 8 p .m. Tuesday) .
to give Ethi- minding our own keepingout J i Edwin Q. Bell, vice president committee Other Marketable Bonds
i in connection with the Key West and Vicinity; partly and Securities 17S.CIS.49
opians the Duce, and the League of Na- of foreign entanglements, surprisedsome I of the Cone ad-i.isinlt' agency of county commissioners under man- Cash and du from Banks 277,578.38 1,059.035.00I
tions is giving him the work. citizens by introducing a resolutionto I Xew York, arrived; from West agement of the chamber of com yr rI
:
I Pam: Beach yeste-day in company U,404.U.01
conditions in Mexico where I
investigate I with Malcolm Meacham and merce. I ;
It isn't what a man knows but what the government is accused of oppressing its j, vill at once outline a plan ofcamaign i I LIABILITIES
"Ap evening' of Music1 i i3 the
he thinks he know that he brags about. people, who are mainly Catholic in faith. I for the nation-wide: ad-' t'ntertainmentbich will be .put I I1ft I ,. (rapital___ _._____ -4.(.._._....._f 100.000.00
Big talkmeaqs little knowledge. The Knights of Columbus/a great ,Catholic am verti development=!irg of the Ma'olm in this city Meacv-In this evening in Si. Cecilia's Q Surplus and Undivided Profits ......,,._.. ._ 64,207.16
I .
? Deposit.!l .11240,03746I
organization in this country, has also ad- talking over his impressions of hs: tt the Convent of Mary Immaculate j ) .:

If you are making an honest living for I vocated such an investigation and some action I trip, :Mr. Bell said, "I came down by pupils of the institu /3l I 1404245.01
over the Keys by rail with one of tion. The recital promises to be I
your family you are one of the best assets i by our government that might "re!: the wisely hnorn world travelers a most enjoyable affair. i rb a I Member .f Federal Reserve* Systems:
that is to be found in West. lieve the sufferings and miseries t Med- 1 Partly CU.4> Colder
Key I II imposed j and he said he h!' ,seen the i, Member) .f Federal Deposit laiaraace CorporationSPECIAL
I upon the Mexican people by the present :j iteranean but found it' not soi Editorial Comment: Old men: cloudy: tonight and Tuesday;J I
I beautiful ic its divers ty of scenery hcw greater determination than :
"Give me neither poverty nor riches," communistic government there." i -
-- -- -- -- ------ -----
I and pieture'queness as the young ones, especially when they -- -- --
says a philosopher. But if it must be one The President, replying to a demand I trip from Miami to Key West. I !art out to make fools of them-

or the other, let it be riches, please.An that his administration act to halt "per- !i rropliey that with the coming of 1,e ves. '
i the National fromI .
Highway
-
secution of religion by the Mexican i
gov- I Maine to Key West, this city will A resume of the cigar business 5
Arkansas newspaper records thata ernment," made by the Knights of Colum- j ibf the New York of the south.' dona in Key West during the;past OFFER

woman was injured by falling from a bus, says "there has not been brought to l six: months!! shows 24507.220 manufactured -
i i John RotEr' handling the advertising and the internal rev- so
buggy And it wasn't m the "25 Years this government during the past year :a Weston
o campaign for Key enue department sold stamps to
Ago" column, either. single complaint by any United States citizen -! the vessels! of the P. and O. S. be used on the output, amounting

that such opportunities (to worship ; S. company and made his first to 1197,787.40. IVOi

We thought the day had come when freely) in Mexico have been refused him."J --.--- --'-'-_ -- .- --- -- MOUNT VERNON

human beings no longer had the right to Moreover, "in respect to the rights en- i ,.

play the god; but dictators and their ways joyed by Mexican citizens, living in Mexico I 'kr 037 7 .

prove that day is not yet here. i it has been the policy of this adminis- thwDarn0

tration to refrain from intervening in such taO

The editor of the Sunday Star appearsto direct concerns of the Mexican govern- = ,, oP \

be a plutocrat or at lea* has plutocraticJe'anings. ment." I l:

In his excellent column "Check- This, it seems to us, with all defer- O

ing Up On the Week,'" l.e twice mentionsa ence to. the natural concern of Catholics,in I 4 -+ '.'

Miami banker in most favorable ternis; this country to the treatment of their coreligionists -I It .7 LI "

once would have,, been a-plenty. Not be- in Mexico\ is a sound and safe t I

ing versed in plutology we can only won doctrine of Americanism. If we attemptto f

der. interfere in Mexico, in behalf of Catho

lics, shall we not, also, interfere with

A hundred men will forgive a blow I Italians, in behalf of the Masons, or in Poland -i aL

in the face where one will a blow to his I in behalf of Protestants, or anywhere -

self-esteem. Consider carefully before you I else on the globe where somebody is not

say a hard word to a man, but never let a treating some group as a group of our citizens -I I II It oaf A

chance to say a good one go by, even if think is right and proper? .

you have to stretch the truth somewhat. Altogether, it is a dangerous precedent ,

Praise judiciously bestowed is money in- to attempt to regulate the world. If

vested. Germany, Japan, Russia, Mexico or any ,I \

I other nation undertakes to mistreat its own ,

To the Miami Herald congratulationson citizens it is not the official concern of the

its Silver Anniversary. Its special edition -t government of the United States, however ,I ,

commemmorating the event was com- I great may be our popular sympathy with I J JI

mendable, attractive and instructive.Twentfive those persecuted. JI I I
i : Irs none too early to start ,
years of constructive service Moreover, it is rather serious to inject pUaning fot Christms. Old -

in a progressive and appreciative com- such issues into the political life of this t Santa already knows what every -
woman wants this Christmas
munity is an achievement in which any country. Certainly, religious tolerance and For many years to come the '." 1

newspaper may well take pardonablepride. good feeling in the United States is more your holiday home-if spirit will you live choose oa in eii4i I 8

important than any gesture to oppressed gleaming General Electric MO1; I II '

------- _. foreigners. Justice and protection to the I come Refrigerator gift for aU the most family.wetQ! i-- 0 16-PIECE SET, consisting of 4 plates, '4 Cereals, 4 Cups fe

Fairly frequent news items these days:! races that make up the citizenship of the II
4 Saucers while they last at set $1.00
a J
are those telling of couples married 50 United States is more vital than some side- : NO MONTHLY : ; per

years and observing the occasion with appropriate line row persecution elsewhere. And

festivities surrounded by friends, finally nobody in sound sense at this time, PAYMENTSMARCHit' > .... .

children and grandchildren. Divorce has advocates punitive action against other I- South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.PAGE .

become such a commonplace thing among | countries to protect the citizens of other UNTIL : ; w..,

prominent people that: it' i is reassuring indeed j countries. If there are those who wouldi A down payment as 1 low as $2.00 pats one ia ;year borne S Piece 598 White anti EIza; Streets

to find how mary couples live together i have such action they might as well under.t1'1 S
The Key West\ Electric Co. home is of the best"v
"Your worthy
happily and long very nearly "for that the rest of the United States

ever after", as the fairy tales say. I} will have none of such nonsense. \& / jr IIII jp&jrjrrjp'jrjrjvr4>'J9'jr&jrjs>&0'%








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MONDAY DECEMBER 2, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN K +lt :THREE

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It\ 11L HIGH COURA GE I IIJrlfOrlS1S : ; Golf Stars Make Winter Debut In Orlando Open


( ; Jeanne Bowman y SPORTS .e..s....................................e..1e. ................a.....e.w ..


: an-. .. ntleorU, XSire us a light to cai .3 o ,
wfce mow calls Aerj.i/ Kikki A ..., .."11"1' <. keep. '*. ( ..* to'the cabin
Town Htktrwte l how rfamaatavM A single light focussed on tbs I
> Fanutcortk tanntrie, tmd
,......,.... tat. ti bwrpo/a ..... scene Anne turned to see from 4R
Aaa been ckfaltd 1 of her tare totkt whence It came. In a boat to the left I BY JOVE -
ca ari.a by Tom r.rl.y and and behind her.stood Jthn"umaa.: I
\ ki* poop. ha *k. Aos i..m eskedto ___, __.
.....
.11. It his searchlight. ---
*.11'! fc. Joka Nn. anil was --I Ii.

love*. John The SorM.Kd will boy tfo.r wkatecer* <*Um0 ker koy Now all the cruiser's lights were I.........::..:.......... : i.f... '.........e..e
koi awe olUkernc* .o t gleaming. Th; big.lnotpr waS.pulsing IWILD CATS TO PLAY .a
rorUy'. f a>* ftreiteffvin ..(..... and then searchlight ahe d bit could not ,Lea Fora.wo Doings, r
., tk of tA. laaad. shot out Into the river leaving. I 7'k
churning waters behind. CORNER TEN TODAY
Golf LinksBy I
STANDING
Chapter 33 The mass of boats disintegrated I i I
disappearing:: into the darkness, until -
SHOT IN THE DARK
only two remained. One nosed I II
I ""LIE: couldn't convince Farnt- steadily towards them. ( GRAVY) r The Social League will resume !'1 (By JOVE) II

** worth, however and wben Han John Nenman's voice cam* 'cantloasly I ........................ play thin .fternoon when the 1I I 1..1 I

note returned ana told the crew.they from this. as it moved nice golfing, I Wild Cats meet the Transfer I r ClubW.L. Pct. I
-< decided It was time to take action. abreast "Get Nikkl out of till.." be Yesterday was a I
'Orvl fishingwalking or sleeping day, Corner boys at Baytiew Park. iAdministration .-...-- 2 0 1.000 1 yS C /F 0 Cfd
They told come of the fellows .ho'n ordered ,"beach her if yon have
t
1 been losing money all summer and ID. then put back to the wharf with I depending on what mood you :I The rest of the week is !lC hed- I,I Lighthouse ..____.____. 2 0 1.000

decided to co Into action. They went OUt her- might have been in. Also you I uled as follows : ,I Bell Buoys _hOU..h 1 1 ..500I .i
to the canneries flrst. to get Farley And then his boat was gone. They might have spent the day meditating .-
Tuesday-Blackwell.s vs. High i High School! 1 1 .500 i
They were going to force him to go beaded Into the night and Anne. on what might have been and r I ,I -"- "

to the trap with them.They missed shocked and horrified sat face in her that Is exactly what a few 'fellow School; t I Transfer! Comer ...-. 1 1 .500 y wa

h I IlL hands. Uncle Lee shot. Was he golfers did after playing a Wednesday Li hthcbse vs. :I Wild Cats OU'hu, 0 2 .000

John came In about that time but dead* Poor Uncle Lee. What was few holes during the day. So I Bell Buoys. I II Blackwell's Stop-Over 0 2 .000 i
they were beyond topping. He triedto lie doing down "ere' Had tie decided read below and whether I
see
your Thursday-\dministration vs. 1
reason with them. Seems he's Hanrela was telling the truth friends were sad or otherwise.It I I

trying to protect the canneries forsome and come dow to see for himself Wild Cats. DIAMONDBALLGAME America calvacade of pro and amateur stars of golf will make their 1935.36 winter *ea>oa
reason The "Vikkl" circled the lights of I I (Friday Bell Buoys vs. Light. j I
debut i, FUrTaa. here Dec. 5, 6 and 7 with the staging of the new Orlando $2,600 Open. Leading
Then he sent after Nikkl. Astoria tnLUnion Town."Too roughto seems that Professor Handsome ,
us
you.
house. I I he field into this tournament are neb IiI.*mea as Sam Park: ., national open champion (right)
'
he said that yon owned the can<< beach her Oryl ald."let put Horace O'Bryant has been I TONIGHT
I and Jehnnr Revolt. P. G. A. title-holder (left).
"
nerles. her off at Hunters' Wharf. taking lessons by mail or some I I :

"That I do** questioned Anne be- After what seemed hoar to Anne other outlandish way because he BASKETBALL DATA!II i -- --- .,, ____. __ .T. ,_
dered. they put into a deserted wharf south I----'n b
beat JOie Lopez by one pointyesterday. Ireland. I I Co. N.'C. Died Feb.3, the meat electricians and
I born wneait
"Yes. that's exactly what he said or Union Town. Anne made her unsteady Of Curly had Tonight the first of a threeS against Quebec in arms ,
and he said to tell that he was down the course Died Dec. 31. 1775. I I 1895 writer e. thejnibjiict of hill day.
you way narrow wet S .
Ito I strokes but even then he game series 'will start to determine -1 '
give .
Gtewf
ready to prove It." plank to the mainland, and the boat Standing of the teams in the .burn a* Barracton. Mas.!
Anne shook her head. "He's mistaken moved away to return to Its home /nearly I always winds but Horace Island I.City Basketball League'I the championship team o/ i 1825-Don Pedro II, Brazilian Died there: Oftt.. 1$. 18S6Snbeeribe .
has been knocking 'em all for a I' 1700--John Breckinridge, Ken- born.' Died Dee. 5,
but maybe can pretend long berth. follows: I the Senior League. emperor,
enough; and convincingly! enough to Uncle Lee shot The swish of her loop lately. Club!! I W. L. Pet. t The Firemen outfit won first- tucky statesman, U. S. senator '.11901. "
CitUen-20c
The
to :
check them before they get Into wet shoes made a chant of It. Uncle Busy Bee Bakers! ._ 1 0 1.000 I half honors and the Bu y Bee Bakers and Attorney-General born near 'I''
Staunton Vs. Died in Lexington i 1840-Franklin L. Pope, one of j weekly.
trouble Lee shot She should be with him. }Ir. Charles Salas beat Mr. Park Tigers _.___..... 1 0 1.000! copped: the second-half. 1 I
"John said you must that If they not out here sneaking home like Ky.. Dec. 14, 1806. I --
a 600 I will -- '
Delmar Butler as usual. Someof High School ..:._.._L 01 i ', Batteries for this game 1--- - -
harm anyone they'll be the ones to criminal Why had John Insisted these times Delmar is going to WPA ___'_'_ 0 1 .000 be: Ward and M.\ Lopez for the I S
"""
"
suffer, Dot the guilty ones. upon this* Protecting her. she take a few mail order lessons and Bees and Castro and Gabriel for 1816-Mary Mortimer, Ameri- I I STEAMSHIP Co.
The engine faltered and Orrt knew trying to hide her identity
want back to Join George. Anna to protect It. now that revealing It i then it will be another story. Leading scorersPlayerTeam : I the Fame! Fighters I can pioneer for the higher education P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST
FG FT Point The contest will get under way I the
stepped outside Into the wind. The could nbt check the violence he I of women, first head of I ROUTES FOR
rain had stopped but huge wares feared. Mr. John Robert Stowers shot W. Cates, PT ._.. 8 1 17 I at 7 30 o'clock sharp. I 1 I Milwaukee College, born in Eng .... MAIL

dashed over the bow. and sent her Overhead the reflection of lights 100, which shows that he is neither Parks, BBB .____ 8 0 16 I SPORT I land. Died July 14, 1877. PORT TAMPA_HAVANA-WEST INDIES
hurrying back to the cabin. She the clouds lIS ..__ 6 1 13 I
on lurid Sweeting
I
grew as she ap- neglecting his golf or his ....................... and Thursdays.
.1.1I Leave West for Havana thought of other storms of the one proached town. She found the end business. On account of Daddy C. Smith EBB ou. 6 0 12 :1. Belmont banker I Key
1816-August ,

the night of Lnclnda's death. of the dirt road leading to her front Hale PT 6 0 12 Tuesdays and
Sawyer complaining of aches and Today'sAnniversaries bornin Leave Key West for. Port Tampa on
I and
,
And then the waves grew less door aad followed It wearily until L. Curry, WPA 6 0 11 diplomat sportsman
he claims he is not old I
pains ( ),
rough the wind seemed die she reached Germany. Died in New York Fridays. ti
r to the shingle cottage. She J. Pinder, as ou.__ 5 1 11 I I
John Robert had
to play against City. Nov. 24, 1890.
,
away they were coming Into the opened the door. Lllsa was gone.
core. Anne stepped out again. She Exhausted she sank Into a chair be- Pete Taylor and Ike RusselL Ike The 25th of the'! ........................I i Sale of ticket for Hat ana will .top at 8:00 A. M.
anniversary I
saw the flicker of many lights. They fore,the dying! fire, beat Pete but Bob beat both, so .
there inauguration of Japanese admin-'! 1731 Richard Montgomery, : 1821-Rufus Barringer North For farther informal call Phone 71
In are
were a mace of fishing boats gilaetters. ; you
istration in Korea was celebrated: the American Revolutionary general Carolina Confederate general
J, H. COSTAR. Agent
trawlers and a cruiser was LEE. Luke had loved him I I
UNCLE I recently in Seoul. I I who fell leading an attack lawyer and farmer born in Cab- -
nosing the piling of an old wharf. so. younger brother who
The Y
marathoners
were
the wharf that held the amongus ... ------
fish .
trap could da no wrong Good natured -- -- -- -- - -
again yesterday.Fred Ayala,
building. Uncle Lee. his only crime was belief
Cookie Mesa and Louis Cruick-
Anne looked .
at the cruiser and In everyone. 1
shank went 27 holes before they -.5 S .
closed her eyes In quick pain. The Wearijy,! she went to her room :M
"AhtL" What was It doing there."Get then stopped., Footsteps were com I called it quits. Who said anything -
Into this." OTTI threw a rub- Ing running. about a score? a
I :
ber coat about her. He vent back "Vilki. MkkP"! It was Mima. ..

'to the pilot house and they maneuvered "Nikkl. sbe burst Into the room I It seems that when Otto KirCh.1 S .

their way through the "the police! have arrested Ceorce apd t heiner_ plays with_cJubji ? O
boats to a spot Bear theAbtL" Orvl, for ehoctlas Lee Farnswnrth : fly {''q
tot belong! to him, he shoots a
A barge was nearby its surface That Isn't true!" Anne stared at I
S.
good score. Of course, this f .3Z. M
gleaming with Its catch of fish. the girL I saves

They'd grown bold this night of "It Is true they'ra token them to wear end tear on Otto's clubs, on I io
storm with every other boat off the jaiL Pious William's disposition and c Id 1 1a

water daring the closed hours. A "I didn't mean that part. I mean also on the turf all over the : :.

cruiser was near It.nondescript but they didn't shoot him. they couldn't course. Mr. Watkins and Mr. : ; )

familiar the one which had cut have. Orvl was tending the engine Otto took on their ancient rivals

across the Sorkl! net. and George was In the pilot house." with the net result that Mr. .y
-
And the mob spirit was there. "But Nikkl cried thins they Plummer and :Mr. Kerr (for they # '

Voices rising In anger then sinkIng found tbs gun la their boat. were the combatants) lost all they t-L : :

to a low mutter more ominous Anne stared at Miina In horror. had g&ined from previous weeks. \ rSa ..

than anger. Unthinking unheeding That boat.lumping theirs that thud.It Mr. Plummer wa having some e Y rw
that single voiced monotone would took Anne a full moment to d<- v
with the cool atmosphere
difficulty
follow the lead of the most reckless.A geat what Miina had told her There claiming vit does not allow ,stfx. ) g : I
searchlight from the "AhtP was only one thing tt> do. She pulled
his vocal free movement -
,flashed the fish organs .
on. outlining trap her wet beret back over her curls
and. buildings. Anne recognizedthem. as she recognized it. .
I
It was on the beach near She-- would- go to the police reveal

them that John had thrust her be- her Identity, and assure the authorities Mr\ Melvin) E. Russell is a good I l :

hind the thicket when he heard that the boys had nothing to golfer but not when! he plays

voices. do with the shooting: that they wer against Doe William Percival ;

But what should she dos The platform present only because It was believedshe Kemp but then on the other hand 1H

of the trap wharf would makea might do something to check the he does a little better than Mr.

stage She would go there. The violence of the men John Jumpin Jehosophat Kirsch-

"AhU" was in the way.but she could \Vhee are you going*" Miina enbanm. It eems that Doe cot
climb over that. asked lu alarm
Anne started
as pull-
5. Melvin 3 and Kirch 2 but then
She started reached the edge of ing the flicker Orvl had given her
Doc knocking 'em in the can
the "Xikki.- then paused. Someone back over her shoulders."To was
called "Anne. as per usual Some of Doc's op
the police to tell them the
She turned back. Something tru th." ponents are exoectmg to make a ,

:whizzed past her face. Simultaneously "No-* Miina objected. "?4a says motion that the cups be made i l: r I

she heard the report of a gun She yon're to stay here and not let anyone Smaller, Bill Bruner played 9
swung towards the "Ahti and know you're here. sound with the crowd but some-

gasped in horror.On "1 couldn't do that Anne answered ,body rnnt have; teen! giving! Bill r. o
the bow of the boat waiting turning off the lights. -| ,the razzledazzle the first roundon t ,c :

to step to the wharf ladder stood must go down there and clear Georgeand ; account of 46 strokes he made. ed& 'c-5

Lee Farnsworth Behind him black Orvl at once. Maybe. Miina. However he had 43 the last **
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hillside before him the maze of 'd better here In L *
you stay case any I round so maybe he got. used to
boats. He looked about. an expression one wants me. Where Is Lllsa*" whatever it was.
of ludicrous astonishment on "She and mother went down to I I f

his face. the Neumann John Is getting an attorney -
-.c Anne gate a half.articulate cry. for the boys and seeing about Hindus use "ghee," clarified 1

That looked had changed to pain. bail, if they.'re allowed ball. butter, as a medicinal agent, believing i _

The fat figure slumped fell forward Then yon.d better stay with the that its efficacy as an external .

sprawling over the edge of the children." Anne preceded Miina out application increases with The proof of the cigarette
-IhtL" of the door. "If Tecla comes In be- ae.

fore I return tell her not to 1I"0rry.OO i

STUNNED- silence hung over the She hurried down the steps to the ".... ;_..." ... ........* H.tr>
a moment then a cry lower street. down the street to the THE SEMINOLE is in the smoking andit

rang out "Get the man who fired highway where she caught a bus for iS

that shot! Astoria -- J5 :I I
Tom Farley's voice. It came from As the lumbering vehicle made Its always will be

behind Anne. She felt a boat bump way over the bill she rememberedthat K"- J:

the one she was In. there came a this was the first time she had iI" !hI

peculiar thud she couldn't Identify. crossed that barrier since she came Ji1:
then pandemonium broke loose. to Union Town. ;.. rJaeks.UIo.; t ''" I It! :. Smokers-both men and women-

Engines started but riding lights She left the bus aad went directlyto fi

flashed off as though they'd been the jaiL .. : want a cigarette to be mild-yet not flat J, .
doused by a universal wave and In (o""JI". JU by .".. 8oweie.) : = -
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the darkness came a high sharp com Anne facs a tortureson+a in:-,_ a i.. or insipid. At the same time they want .:
mand.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei. quisition.tomorrow. I "
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.iToday's I The United States has had a" where you will rind y.nr............ '. they can enjoy. r
mfri sad entertainment a mat r '
military and naval interest in Hawaii _
Horoscope'ese. i!: ter of great importance.A "
': since 1883 when America received ; mild'S
............e.ese... : t A steel fireproof hnlMIn*; Ieeate4In { Chesterfields are outstanding for ,, I
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exclusive rights at Pear j I. the heart f the elSyErerv J '

The person born on this day Harbor to establish a naval coaling Room -with Combination Tub \>.-:. ness-outstanding for better taste. You,can [t.

will have great executive ability.Thf'I'C base. 'and Shower Bath. Radio. Electric ..,.. _
will be an adaptable; nature I I Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer '
< them.
that .
: find out by smoking ,
Ventilation. Comfortable Beda win : -
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with godo pa>>vers of imitation, I I I Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction ; : 1- : :

enablng the n:.tn'e to d; =pay! the BENJAMIN LOPEZ I and Individual ReaVIng '. '

facultie in such a degree that FUNERAL HOME Lamp. BATEN '. ." .- -' :!: ', .., : .: ,1 .,. ,..,....., d' :
success and fort me are almost i I..cte.
Serving Key West 78 n__.. Private Bath SIMM
certain. With reasonable
any as- Half Century n__.. Private Bath URe -
pe_* considerable! fame.and for- :: 24 Hoar Amb.I .e. Service. a *_a. Private Bath ,.-- s.eel.a jLt-t: ; Chesterfields; are -whatthey sa i they are
tune houU. be acquired. Re.... Private Bath Soe -
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:-: SOCIETY : -: PICTURE FILMSFELL AT BAYVIE\V\ PARK JOIN ORCHESTRAORGANIZATION IN HEAVYFREIGHT TRANSFERRED


................................................. paper yes by' do 6:15. met o'clock receive IB yo.the?


Miss Lillian Carry !I Woman's Club To OVERBOARD ON BEING COMMUNITY EVENT TO TAKE FORMED AS afteraooB and a paper, caU will telephone be seat 51 teyotr VESSEL ALSO HAS THIRTY- CARLOS MOELLER OF CONSULATE .

On Visit Here !I Hold Meeting UNLOADED AT STEAM- PLACE ON WEDNESDAY PART OF WPA, CULTURAL Lome. A complaint toy' THREE PASSENGERSON ASSIGNED TO

I U on duty at this ef fice from
Miss Lillian Curry;: daughter of There will be 7 regular meeting SHIP DOCK EVENING WORK 6:15 to 7:15 p. .... for the BOARD DUTY IN EUROPE

Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Curry,! of the Key West Woman'lClub purpose of delivering complaints

arrived in Key West yesterday by t held tomorrow afternoon, be Help vs give you' 100 I' ,.,. ',t r iI "t
plane from Melrose, Jfasa, for 4 at '4 o'clock/ The boardof I William Wickers, local diver, Another community singing More' than a dozen Key West percMt service by eating 51 ,r srd p rCubi{ of theIP. and Carlos .Pjortela Moeller, second
ginning has been different i
called
visit of two weefcf with* Mr.\ ;'ana on at program will be given Wednesday* musicians already have indicated I if you' do not .ecelYO The Citi- | b. S. S. company, arrived from Cuban CoBsUJ. who was in Key
Jrmee. at". :3 J times to" down and search for
", go
1directgis
I t their willingness to tampa
Mrs. Claude Albury. night at Bayview Park under the a.- I this morning with eight West for about two months associated -
is' t. trained I o'clock. I numerous articles which have been [the concert orchestra which is .
.Miss Curry, who a sponsorship of the recreation de- first class and three second classIpasseejcerasfrr with Consul Berardo Rodriguez
nurse and who was located in I The educational department-will l]I'' lost in the waters around Key partment of the local WPA'. The I. ing organized in Key West be-I r,JilT.3I".I.4T. .4T ': Key West; 21 sailed on the Cuba this

Orlando for a long time is makJing put on a program.duAg t1i e,j West but Saturday was the first program will start at 7:30 p. m.'A .' part of the WPA cultural work.Last .'first and one second class for'lIa..o morning for Havana.
time he had been called to
visit to Key West. ini: on re- | week the orchestra was, :. .
her first
Mr. Moeller has
large crowd is expected to been assigned
1 WILLIAM SWEENEY
fifteen years, and stated that she meeting. cover moving picture films. the affair, as several spei -I I organized and tomorrow night aj! ],\ The vciel brought 166 tons of to consular service in Europe and
has noted many improvements'' The numbers wilyilochide- Two reels of comedy pictures rehearsal will be held in the main freight.and 153 sacks of mail for
cialty numbers will make leavein
to
i are being I preparations
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arranged
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which had been exhibited in
since returning here. i iI orchestra selection by the High,, one i by Victor Larsen, master of ceremonies -{dining room of the Colonial hotel. DIED ON SUNDAY, Key West; four tons of freight a short time to assume the
School orchestra, address by Melvin of the local theaters were to be j
rehearsal is to start at 7:30
I ,i > and other recreation-I I The and 116 sacks of mail for Ha duties of Cuban consul at Oslo,
sent the
Russell ol to Tampa on Steamship '
E. superintendent
\ On I pervisors the WPA |'p. m. vana. Norway.
Wedding on recreation
Cuba which arrived from Havana
public instructon, address by Prof.W. ., j Members of the orchestra are Steamship Alamo:of the Clyde-
projectThe his in West
Night I Duncan, and selection ater midnight Fr 3ay. ) FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE During stay Key
Saturday C. by
a basis
primary purpose! of the participating] on a voluntary Mallory Lines arrived in port Mr. Moeiler made a number of
When the float, which the
the High School Glee Club. on j until the WPA project which hasi 10:15 and
I CONDUCTED TOMORROW yesterday morning friends who
1 program however Mrs. Eva War expressed regret at
A very quiet home wedding took An invitation is extended to I cans of films and other shipments ner pointed out this morning, is been applied for is approved. At sailed 11:15 for Tampa. his leaving but extended con

place Saturday night at 421 Angela -:(visitors to attend. 2 to was be unloaded being placed the in position fell- to get the audience to sing. "We that time persons who are eligibleIwill AFTERNOON: 5 O'CLOCK Steamer Granada, of the Stand- gratulations on his appointment

street, the home of Manuel l: can all have voices ( be cut! on the payroll of the ard Fruit and Steamship Com- to the .
I and. whether important European post.SkinSufferers
: off, bounced from the dock and weI
Pena, when Miss Marina Alvarez home to their many friends at I admit it or not, we all love to fell into the water.
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and Enrique Barcelo were joined'in : 615 Whitehead street. "j sing," she added. Robert Pind William Sweeney 52, died evening from New York, took
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holy wedlock by Notary Public] A' long and happy marriage is Early Saturday morning Diver I will play the accompaniments. 10:30 o'clock yesterday morningin on fuel oil at the Porter Dock
Wickers called. The PLAN PAGEANT
was place
Pedro Aguilar. I the best wishes of their many 1 Company, and sailed 10:20 for
; find
the residence 1004 Division ready relief from of
will be at friends.ANNUALlHEMORIAL where the can disappeared was .............. itching) eczema -
The happy couple .......... 1'': Frontera, Mexico ,rashes and similar ills,in the
pointed out, the diver plunged in street. He was ill but a short
FOR TONIGHT
------ -- and in less than two minutes was CLASSIFIED time. :i CARD OF THANKS

to the surface with the of ResmolSPECIAL
SERVICES OF ELKS up can Funeral services :5; o'clock tomorrow -
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'films. COLUMN afternoon from the:[ For the many beautiful florals,,
The Young Peoples Department I
j kindness of those ,,
........................ n' of the Fleming Street Methodist Pritchard's Funeral Home chapelon ithe offering OFFERPERMANENT
YESTERDAY 'WAS LARGELY ATTENDED ..e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee their cars and the many expressions -
I Church will present a pageant; Division street. Rev. Shuler, of sympathy during the ill- -oa-
PERSONAL MENTION Advertisements "The of the!
under this head entitled. Challenge I
Peele, of Fleming Street Church,i ness and after the death of our WAVES
will be inserted in The Citizen Cross," tonight at the church be-
The annual memorial services of the Benevolent and Protective ........................j the rate of le a word for each !insertion a* g&ning at 7:30; o'clock.: will officiate.: I loved one, Benjamin Edward Rob-' Two Permanents 5.00

Elks held afternoon in the auditorium of the Key Pallbearers will be: Everett erts, we will be ever grateful. To __..._
Order of yesterday Robert Knowles, acting agentof but the minimum for the i fThe pastor. Rev. ,Shuler Peele, :' for _
West High School building, was well attended, with various musical the American Railway Express I first insertion m every instance'is' eitends an invitation; to the pub- Rivas, Vernon Hicks, Alfred the telephone company for courteous Better Wave, $5.00 and .p
I' Knowles Clifford Watkins, Aaron I and attentive service, we
numbers and other features making up an interesting program.Dr. Company in Key West, left Saturn: 25c. lic to be in attendance at the MRS.. MILLER
William R. Warren delivered the oration and his address day for a short stay in Miami on Payment fov classified advertisements service. Diaz and Francisco: Garcia. I extend thanks. 407 South Street Pfcoae 574..
Mr. Sweeney is survived by his 1 dec2-ltx THE FAMILY. I _
proved to be very interesting and greatly enjoyed. business and returned yesterday.' is invariably in advance, I
widow, Mrs. Marjorie Sweeney; --- ----
The following is the that rendered on the occasion: 'I' but regular advertisers with ledger LEGALS I
program was mother, Mrs. Emma Collier; two ,; MONROE THEATER Ii
Miss Ida Kerr, who was in Miami accounts may have their advertise PALACE
1. Piano Solo, "Rondo Capriccioso" _..__.Mendelssohn ments charged. sisters Mrs. Ella Jaycocks, and
for a week-end visit with relatives I .\ TIIK ('ot''T'.I'nGt' :'* rot HTl : Mrs. Joseph Prime. Mother and I:i Greta Garbo-Frederick March Ricardo Corte -Dorothy PageMANHATTAN
Mary Elizabeth Sawyer returned on the plane from! Advertisers should give their. \ *M FOR MOMtOK COl.NTV: ,: -in- .l -ini ]
Miami j I!i i street address as well as their tel.-I Pl.ORini. IN PROBATE Mrs. Prime are living in Miami. I j I MOON

2. America_..____--..___..---_-- ___.._.-.___.__ Smith yesterday.- ]!I phone number if they desire re-' In Ke: Estate SWEETTVO....fXOR.IAX I ANNA KAREN1NA.. I l Two Comedies

Lodge and Audience Mrs. Agnes Cordero, who had':I|: suits.I 'I Oe.a<< 4'd. A Three Days' CoughIs I I Matinee: Balcony', lOc; Orchestra Malloeet.
10-15
i I I i With each classified advtrtise- NOTICE TO CREDITORS I 1 ; Night: 15-2Se
been vacationing with relatives in To All Creditors and All Persons'laving 15-20c; Nigkts 15-25e ,
3. Ceremonies, Lodge Officers_._ __._. _Ritual Miami, was a passenger returning' ment The Citizen will give free aa Claims or Demands, Your Danger Signal I
Autostrop Razor Outfit Ask for Against Said EstateYon : {
4. Soprano Solo, "In the Garden of My Heart"nBal111rs. on the morning plane yesterday. 'I I and each of you are hereby) No matter how many medicinesyou
it.
I I notified and required to present; have tried for your cough chest I -SEE AND HEAR- KEY WESTCOLONIAL
M. E. Berkowitz, accompanied by Alce Curry William R. Porter, president of:! I any claim and demands which. you.) cold or bronchial Irritation you can
or either of you. maT have against/
}: get relief now with Creomulsion.
the First National Bank, who wall! FOIJ RENT I the estate of Norman Sweeting deceased. -,: Serious trouble may be brewing and "THE CHALLENGE OF I HOTELIn
5. Ceremonies, Roll Call of Absent Brothers.RitualWith late of Monroe County. FlorIda :- i i
in business cannot afford to take a chance
Washington on connected you
( Taps by Mr. Leroy Voght) with the application for a!I NICELY FURNISHED ROOM' Judge, to of the Monroe Hon. Hugh County Gunn., at County his of- with anything less than Creomul- ii i; THE CROSS"FLEMING the Center of the Business
,
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centrally: located, reasonable to ifice I In the County Courthouse In sioru which goes right to the seat and Theater District
loan for bridges, returned by desirable at 529 !I I Monroe County. Florida within of the trouble to aid nature to i
; party. Apply
6. Quartette, "The Vacant Chair"____._______.. Root plane yesterday from Miami. 'I I months from the soothe and heal the Inflamed mem- -&t- .
Whiteheaj street. dec2-3tx torbdlIt: i
: ; | date publication hereof.], branes as the germ-laden phlegm First Class-FircpreefS -
Janice Lewis, Mrs. L. Russell Warner, George Mills I All claims and demands not pre-j Is loosened and expelled. i- I .
White F. Manuel Ayala of Tampa, for LOWER FURNISHEDAPART-I sen ted within the time and In themanner !, Even U other remedies have ,I STREET uiI U Rats
Avery Johnson accompanied by merly of Key West, arrived this!i MEl'o'7-2 bed rooms conveniences barred prescribed herein shall. bel I:. failed don't be discouraged your
Gus Ayala morning on the Steamship Cuba!!I porches. 519 Elizabeth as November provided :Sith.by law.Dated A. D. 1s:5.I I druggist is authorized to guarantee METHODIST CHURCH Garage Elevator
: Creomulsion and to refund
your
for visit with relatives and Street. novl3FURNISHED OLIVE H. BAKER. [, i.
7. Ceremonies, Lodge Officers...._.__ _..._____Ritual a I I As Administratrix", :: of the Estate of money If you are not satisfied with Tonight At 7:30 O'clock Popular Pricee
friends. Norman Sweeting. Deceased j;i results from the very first bottle.
APARTMENT -I nov'i; dec2-9-lC Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) l

8. Duet, "Love Divine All Love Excelling"___Stainer Maurice Felton, who ;:'was Visiting Modern conveniences, I .
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Janice Lewis and George_ Mills White, accompanied her .over the ;'week-end.- returned -1 I White street,' or call! af'_ 628\\

by Gus Ayala / to his horpe ct! Rock Harbor -. Barber Shop .
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yestefday.:? Sin ;Felton"" is a

9. Oration___ Dr. William.,R;, ''arren;: student\ electric ice box. 1001 Eaton,
'." 10. Baritone Solo, "In My Father's House Are Many: '-: the beginning the second Aetna l phone), 879-J. nov9-l x FIRMS ?

Mansions"...__>.-'_.--___j.-_ McDermid ester NICELY FURNISHED APART, d
::. .
e Avery F. Johnson accompanied by Gus Ayala MENT, with garage. Apply. 82?
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'George/Carey, manager of the Daval street. octI9
11.' B. P. O. E.,Ode---(Auld Lang Syne) Western Union i Telegraph Company .

Lodge: and Audience arrived in this Havana morning, and"on'Mrs.the.'Carey Cubaen ,I BICYCLES "-.. '" i Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

12. Ceremonies, Lodge Officers" Ritual route home and were met at I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

the boat by Mr. Carey's sister, Hour Week. Repair
13. Quartette, "Prayer" (from "Stradella")_Von Flotow Day or
Mrs. Annie and
Page daughters''i I all makes and paint them with
Janice Lewis, Mrs. L. Russell Warner, George Mills I Misses Wilhelmina and Marguerite Nu-EnameL We carry a full Star American CoffeeNOW ROSES

White, Avery F. Johnson, accompanied by Goehring. supply of parts. Agent for the JOHN C. PARK OFFERED IN TIFFSCASH

Gus Ayala I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
Mrs. Rafael Solano and children And sell them as low as $5.00 THREE GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY

14. Benediction....__.___. Ritual Jack, Louis and Barbara,I down and $1.00 per week. 328 SIMONTON ST.
left over the highway yesterday 276. J. R. Stowers Co. STAR, Ib., 25c SPECIALTY
Phone
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morning for Miami to join Mr. novl8tfFOR LARGO Ib.. 18c 1101 Division Street

PATRONAL FEAST I JOHN GARDNER the Solano American who is Railway connected Express with! I SALE ..a..6 i PLUMBINGDURO V. & S., Ib., 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

1 foreign division, which was recently I -I '

TO BE_OBSERVED i HAS RECOVERED West. transferred from Key'I'SECOND The Artman SHEETS Press.L. --500 for aug7 6QC- PUMPS ROASTED-IN By'-KEY WEST SOUTH FLORIDANURSERY Staple Groceries and Fancy



1: I PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
Tomorrow at 8 a. m. the pupilsof I I r John Gardner, ovcner and pharmacist Complete Line Fresh

St. Francis Xavier'g school,:: at Gardner's: Pharmacy, is 512 Greene Street
Fruits and
colored, will celebrate their back on the job at the store, aft- I PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Vegetables

patronal feast in their chapel. I I er having been ill at his home "Like A Cake Of Ice

A short panegyric of the famous for the past week.._
i t SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
missionary of the Orient will bep.eachc j tI I tI INSURANCEOffice I

I I Jewfub, 2 II... 35c

The pupils' relatives and friendsare :I I rI'' ji 1 "41 Yellowtail Steak, 2 lb.. 35c THE KEY WEST t A

invited. i :; Nf I It Yellowtail oa Borne, 2 Ibs. 25c : 319 Dural Street

I t I II Grouper, 2 II>>.. 25c SUNDAY STAR
American dance records los- r.L
are r I
Snapper, 2 u... 25eMuttoa
ing their popularity in Germanyto 1 I TELEPHONE NO.1
records of the classics. Germansare 1t r.... 2 u... 25c Subscription $2 Per Year

buying more folk song records. ,1l l I h iih FRESH SHRIMP -THE- Try Year Meala At
too. .. .. ...t Large Select Oysters. Key West's Only Sunday

Fresh Crab Meat ia tb cans 6Se Paper Delmonico Restaurant

Night Coughs I Icis rl FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY Badweiser; Beer _._.__ Is*

fi."' Quickly checbdt LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building Six Coarse Diaaers, .-_-__

'j.. without "dosing.- 151 PHONE. 51 ---- SOc, 75c, a** ess
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rv6on VICKS I CAREY Fibre Coating ..
.f i alike fertilizer
en the toiL It gives new life AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is Wrap- PRITCHARD
'new value, and pays foritself I 536 Fl.mi.g Strut
JENNIE B. DE BOERNOTARY
FLYwith 1-, many time over., ped in ...el')" package

the- I The coat is small. Let as FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE '. of FUNERAL HOME

i i submit a free estimate. REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and The

PAN AMERICAN PLANE The National Housing Act healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of aI. Wateb t PRINTINGDONE Digalfid Syaipetketle
No In Rates enables you to have repairs
Change I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand Dater
made
now and to pay the c-rte.F
Make Reservations by Phone money back in easy monthly absolutely airtight. Q BY US
Telephone 620 1 payments.: Let us explain this PUBLIC
Regular Planes MiamiKeyWest plan to yen. $30.00 and $35.00EASY WATCHMAKER JEWELER LICENSED EMBALMER:

Airways. Inc. SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING -+ TERMS 10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn AND ENGRAVERSee ARTMAfTpRESSCitizen
SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday ; & ENGINEERING CO. AaMJa- Servlc. -
Him For Your Next War-
Whit aad Eliza Streets "I Display At-

RATE. ONE"WAY, $7.50 Your Home U Worthy of the Best ALL PRICES REDUCED LADY ATTENDANT

I Thompson Ice Company Inc. i I Hoersi 9 U 12-1 t* 6 Bldy.PHONE Citizen Office
Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Arrive 51
Miami 5:20 p. m.FattCootforUbleSafe. Opo Sat.riay' Nlgkb I PB.. >4$ Never Slee*
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