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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 3, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 287. KEY WEST FLORIDA, TUESDAY DECEMBER 3, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS



I G. 0. P. Will Fire Us First COMMISSIONERlOFH; 'PROGREss SECTION OF LIGHTHOUSE {! HOSPITALITY UNIT,1 Most WPA Projects Stopped


LIGHTHOUSE'DEPTJ : BUREAU TO BE USED FOR'iEXHIBIT .; MAKES PLANS FOR I


I 1936 Salvo In Capital Session I P ,t.", -. '-.'\WINTER PROGRAMPERMANENT 1'' Today On Demand Of Workers

AYSV1SILHEREI What will be, when completed, tinctive part of the project indicative -
1 1 I of the marine motif of the -- I .
Republican National Committee I 1 I STATE AUTO TAG ere of the most interesting places: exhibit, and to separate the- progress COMMITTEESSELECTED f I -
II CHARLES IN COMPANY
PAItK,
I 1 I in Key West to visit, both for!!I section from the rest of the JACK MATHEWS\ I I Efforts Of Committee Going -

Will Start Activities -:: INSPECTOR MAKES WITH SUPERINTENDENT; building. AT REGULAR
Lome folk and visitors, is the pr.- Nearing the date for opening To
At Washington DEMERITT ON TRIP OF INSPECTION which will be about January 1, SESSION OF ORGANIZATIONLAST WINSCONTEST\ !I Washington
section of the Key West
SURVEY OF CARS Cress the space is beginning to show EVENING I
TODAY Brought Increase
MeetingBy i : Lighthouse bureau now being arranged what it will be when completed, I', Of
,
": and to indicate the uniqueness of DETECTS ERROR IN ADVER-
under the direction of the plan and its educational valueto I Wages For WorkersWith
ON VEHICLESIN Charles A. Park I Permanent committees for the
CHECKING UP deputy com- well the TISEMENT PRINTED IN
HERBERT PLUMMER 'I the student as as casual -
l V\Vn. W. Demeritt.
Superintendent -
(Hy Auorlated PTTM KEY WEST THAT ARE missioner of lighthouses, arrived: I 'observer. ensuing year in the Key West THE CITIZEN
Th. I I The walls decorated with the
WASHINGTON Dee. 3.- are Hospitality League were appointed exception of a
OPERATING WITHOUT 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, 'many photographs of scenes near I'
opening salvos of the 1936 presidential .I [ i I Shortly after the naval station I I I. Key West and pictures in natural last night by President. Wm. few projects under the WPAin
PROPER LICENSE from Tampa on the Tender Ivy,! .
Jack
campaign, heretofore con; I was transferred to the lighthouse j i I colors made by Eugene A. Brady. In. Malone at the regular meeting F. Mathews, 2213 Staples Key West all others were

B. Has-!' unit Mr. Demeritt conceived ,the!I of Key West. These depict
accompanied by Henry Avenue
held in was the first one to bringin
fined Hospitality Houre. stopped
to sporadic firing on widely.i I i including today on the demands -
idea of using one side of the lower l genes: in the Seventh district -
Herbert Weiss, state automobile -I kins, assistant superintendent of r Key The session well attended, correct The' Citizen
scattered fronts, will be touched'+ floor for a museum to displaythe Tortugas station was 'I a answer to of a group of work.
is in Key Weston I
off in Washington on December tag inspector I the Seventh District, who was in.; many obsolete apparatuses!i: West lighthouse and others. and with the announcecment of office of the error appearirJfr ers who decided to quit until
his regular inspection of motor t used in bygone days as aids to There are also replicas of reef I
16 when the Republican national vehicles anu checking up on Tampa inspecting the Ivy which: navigation!: together with other I I i lights, a model of the old Tender the committees, the league! will 'in yesterday's advertisement.l; tiThe better wages were paid.

committee those cars and other types of mo- items of the service in vogue during | Mangrove pictures of old time launch itself into a full program Those which ,,
holds its first big war was on drydock.: t j j prize offered, a De Luxe projects continue!
tor propelled conveyances whichare that period. j I| ships and glass inclosed models for the winter, most of which is
council without the necessary tags. I Yesterday afternoon and this, After the administrative offices ;; of sailing ships of an almost! forgotten Gillette Razor Set, will be pre- active with all employe at work!.

Echoes of the G. Oj P. big' Tags were placed on sale yesterday morning Mr. Park, in company; of the FERA were moved I i era, which are extremelyI designed for the entertainment! sented to Mr. Mathews if he will were the sewing room furnituii'

!I for the 1936 series and II with Superintendent W. W. De-!( from the building the superintendent !I I interesting for their artistic as and benefit of visitors. apply at this office. shop, kindergarten school and
guns hardly will have died away Tax Collector Frank II. Ladd reported began to put his ideas into: well as historic value. President Malone urged The
com- letter
following from Mr.
meritt the local sanitary project. About BO
when the Democrats will gather in I'I 20 sold at noon today.It : inspected office effect and with the end in view]| Other items already in place mittee chairman to call their mem- Mathews explains the percent
I error:
learned that Mr. and property and expressed himself -, of the men working on demolition -
was today of securing much floor space as are obsolete' lanterns showirg the I bers together before the next
the national capital'--,early in i Weiss had found some cars driving as being very much pleased possible' had all,of the offices removed !! lights: in the colors used and buoys J meeting, which is to be held December "Editor, The Citizen: projects 'WWhd.I .
without licenses, most of them from the south side of the' which have been displaced I "The typographical error i i.
January, according to present, with the progress exhibit which is i: by' 18. In this way, he Many workers especially sonar"
being of_ recent purchase. now being arranged at head-' floor except the lavatory and a more modern aids. These are j. pointed out,. a definite and well the Dec 2 issue of The' Citizen is I of those' on sections of the sewer
plans-for a similar purpose. I I' section for use as radio-telephone ] mounted on concrete bases made':I rounded und in the Wagner Beer Ad.It'swen
I, program can, get rWiy project, went to work and declared
quarters. '
Important decisions, including room. j to fit the form of the aid and add i', following the session. I I
REDCROSSDRIVEENDS of best and
aged, quality no
j I J Asked by The Citizen if he had.i All the rest of the space was to the artistry of the exhibit. I j Several committee I they were net hitere.-Ud

the choice of the national coaye..1 a nice trip from Tampa he replied -'i designated for the exhibit and j! Before the section is comp -'!I i read last night, which reports gave in were de-I higher. price. i in striking and wanted to con-

tion cities, ways and means TOMORROW that it was really delightful,I' work was started at once. A pew <, 'eted, Mr. Demeritt said, modern -! tail the activities which have 'Its'' being a possessive form. I tinue. These were soon called!

fi-I i I and he enjoyed every minute of. concrete floor was laid: and other I i electrically operated lights of taken place so far this season.I ** It's being a contraction of off when groups of others ap

nancing the campaign, and the voyage. In fact the entire work necessary to get the space !I differet characteristics are to bej I, These centered largely around it peered on the scene ad long be-

details, will be made at the two TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY trip to the different districts had in readiness was done by a force !II installed. These latest inventions'which j i the finances of the league, including is."The omission of the apostrophe fore noon Use. different project-
of expert masons. j have been adopted by the!I
I ,
been exceptionally pleasant. j the distribution of Christ- I
party gatherings. being the typographical er- had been effected. the .
;
MEMBERSHIPS SECURED With Mr. Demeritt Mr. Park While this was going on re-; lighthouse department will complete m.s cards which were on hand even employes
From all outward indications, I left this morning on the Ivy to pairs to and replacements of: the cycle beginning with the]I and the sellnig- of specially stamped ror. on the J coarse quit-

internal discord among the Republicans 1 UP TO PRESENT inspect Sand Key Light and Re- spaces which had been marred | period' when the old oil burning I envelopes.* These have been
I by the dismantling operation.! devices were used up to the present j,i' ting.Asked
I
whether P. becca Shoals, and so timed the placed on sale at several points I PAPY RETURNS what was the reason for
over Henry in condition and in its
i trip to return this afternoon in were placed era when electricity i, throughout the city. ,
Fletcher hall remain as chairmanof Mrs M. E. Berkowitz, chair- painting operations begun. and have the men quitting work one of
i many phases uses dis-j I
( time to catch the plane for Mi- Committees named last night
the national committee, which ;man of the Red Cross Member-' ami. ]I i Before this part of the program |' placed the old and obsolete aids by President Malone are: ABOARD PLANE i the memo era of the committee

flared up a while back has been ship ,Drive for this year, announced From there he is to go tonight j was completed1 heavy anchor'c to guide the mariner on his trackless -I l': Finance Ross C. Sawyer, I; said they wanted more money and!
't
stilled.SJuAjpng". today that additions to by rail to Charleston, S.X, fora ains were being placed betweenthe journeys through dangerous' chairmen:: ; Mrs.\ B. C. Moreno,, I felt that they ehenld. be paid a*

from *">ids '--arth"it the number of members secured' conference with SuperintendentBeck ..massive brick pillars as -aidis-! \Utef"j-j jI \'!Iltiam R. Porter, Dr. Armando Representative B.": C. Papy.. who II I II much':as-iiortetai6'Nl. i [..mere
raises the list to date to 250
just
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and an inspection of the, Cobo and Mrs. Robert Lord.
-- receiving.
with IL C. to
I went :Mayor Galey
Fletcher is confident
he win remain 150 lower than the quota of 400
Sixth District. Greeting-Mrs. H. C. Galey I I!
in command until the Republican set for Key West. ORGANIZED I chairman; Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks, Washington in the interests of Akhewgfc some pressure wa-

national convention. While it is not hoped to com- EX-PREMIER 'POPULAR Mrs. Eels! Swicegood, Mrs. Louise WPA workers seeking an increase I i brought to bear by influential

What will happen to him then depends : plete the quota, Mrs. Berkowitz' ARRANGING FOR Auxier and Karl Thompson. in wages, returned this morning i citizen who cited that Mayor H.

said there is a possibility of a, FRONT' FOR COMBATTING GOVERNMENT Transportation Robert F.pottswood. by plane from Miami. I j I, C. Caley. head of the committee
entirely upon who gets the I!I
number of persons who are willing! ,. ,
chairman
C. O. nomination.. PLANE EXCURSION ; Vesey Mr. Pan is jubilant over the i I i which went to Jacksonville and
I to join who have not been an yet Johnson, Mrs. Ralph G. Milner, I
!
success of the committees efforts < Washington in the interests of
Farley's Plans contacted and she hopes that be- (bY Aueeiatrd PTCM) Miss Mollie Parker and Mrs.\ Vic-
Some Democrats the I'fore noon tomorrow, when the I By CHARLES FOLTZ so much strength in the recent tor Moffat. which are responsible! for the increase I the workers with a definite mnsrion >.
express
I I view privately that "Big Jim" drive comes to a close, that the'' FIRST TRIP TO FORT JEFFERSON PARIS, Dec. 3.-Edourd Dala- radical-socialist, convention that Housing Irs. Wallace B. asked, -nd which is being' d\: to try and secure an increas .
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roll call will be well past the 300 j f political circles said Herriot might Kirke, chairmahiMrs.: B.. C. Mo announced this issue *lit The I in fdrall woffcers, had no.
; pay
Farley, who serves in the dual I PLANNED FOR dier, the premier who slid with Citizen. I,
mark. { I have to move further id. the lent reno Bernard tJ.' DeWitt- Mrs. __n__ _' I,returned:; ftod would probably
capacity of postmaster' general Those who intend to join the} NEXT SUNDAY his government toward political if he hoped to block Daladier's ..ELC h and Mrs. Vesey j have stogie f information when h.-
,and chairman of the national committee drive and find it inconvenient tor tack on the Laval, government Johnson. MARQUETTE LETTERS
'r
inj'
.rEntertainmentMrs.
'contact -- cblivion to cries of "assassins, I returned, 't&ted ssatisf,ted workersresisted !
will make the long-awaited any of the members } the chamber. Norberg PRODUCE NEW LIGHT 1 1I
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announcement of his retirement i the various committees can ;)Off The first of the seasonal plane has made a comeback. |I Like Laval Daladier' is close tol Thompson. chairman; YrfWil- all appeals and decided t>

from the President's cabinet on their membership accepted by. excursion trips to Fort Jefferson! Pierre LavaL who managed to the soiL He speaks Provencalthe liam R. Warren, :Mrs. William H. I t I ON EARLY EXPLORER quit.In
the occasion of the meeting of the 'phoning Mrs.\ : Berkowitz at 765, is being: planned for next Sunday'by dialect of southern Malone, Mrs. Lewis Pierce and the meantime a statement
party leaders in January. Mrs.\ Harry Baker, at 96. or any Miami-Key West Airways, Inc.,'! hold his government until the, like a Rhone valley France-I' Mrs. Fred Kirtland. I member of the committees chamber went home for the '; : CHICAGO, Dec. 3.-Hitherto.
Politicians and observers have I as published : it was announced this morning. \ sum- He stepped into Publicity-Bernard C. DeWitt, I'1 .

noticed during the last few weeks in The Citizen of November I Last winter these excursions, mer and left him in peace, now' history professor's desk desk chairman; Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks, I:c unpublished correspondence of I i i the committee which went to

that Farley has been absent from 9. mJiJll proved popular with winter visitors faces a new parliament and a new;] the citizens of Carpentras, near and Miss Mollie Parker. |i the famous French explorer-priest :
Washington and the post office I R who took advantage of the! political threat--the powerful left' Avignon, made him their mayor.In Industrial Wm. R Porter,lof:j the seventeenth century Fath-i; Washington had been 1MIeca.fulI"

department more often and for PUNNING FOR swift comfortable trip by air toj; block called "the popular front." j! 1919 they sent him to the chairman; Sebastian: Cabrera Dr.i i er Jacques: Marquette, is being I:and that -the pay mcreoe asked,

longer times than has been true I the famous oild fort which is now, Shoulders Riot Blame j II chamber and have kept him there.., Armando Cobo, Robert F. Spotts- translated here. for equalling, that extant in Miami -

in the past. 'j..W- a National Monument. Ten such! Square-faced Daladier is the! Excitabl IB Debate I wood Dr. Kilo C. Pintado. j I The letters,, in ,Latin were i bad been granted. This was
While the Is VESPERSERVICE trips are being planned for this,; this union : A special; house committee was found by the Rev: Gilbert. J.! ..eod adffihvs
postmaster general I guiding genius of of; His thick-set figure, his big named with Mrs. Hugh K. Tay- Garraghan. S. J.. research, professor officially by the
very meticulous in keeping sep' season. I; leftists ranging from communists'to head and long forelock have beena lor chairman. Other membersare of history at Loyola unly; trator, as follow:
arate his accounts whileon The excursion Sunday is to be: caricaturists. as -i
expense dissident radical-socialists. boon to the French
'j Mrs. Ella Lee Cash :Miss Etta ity. in the archives of the 1:111:: r Gilfoad's Statement
business for the departmentand CHRISTMAS EVENT TO TAKE, made only in the event that 151 j Daladier's enemies believed they I; Daladier once told a friend that of Jesu. Rome. rrl
Isabel Ball ,
Patterson and Mrs. M. E. Gttfood, district WPA
excursionists make the trip, it,
the Democratic national com had smashed his public career by i;"a man who can be laughed at From those'already :
PLACE AT HIGH
mittee, and) contacts his assistant SCHOOL was said. {i blaming him for the score of won't get very far in French poli- he says he expects to be able director in Key West, today

postmaster generals by long distance > -' ON DECEMBER 15 I A plane of Miami-Key\ West deaths in clashes between police tics." LODGE OFFICER throw much additional light on heard ofieiaily from State WPA

telephone every morning he!' Airways, Inc., is to leave Key! and rioting citizenry on the''( Southern France gave Daladier ,I Marquette, who led the advance Director E. A. Pynchon the results -

is absent from Washington, there]. West at 11 a. m.. for the 60-mile I"bloody sixth" of February, 1934..'! a quick tongue and a quicker'! ARRIVES HEREMRS. I: of the white man into the interior of the efforts of a local!
ran be little doubt that he hash] Christmas Vesper service will trip into the Gulf and the fort.. Friends called him the "goat," but temper. In the chamber he says! I of America. committee relative to the
been getting in some good coli- The plane will return about 3 p.l' little for : little until he is excited. Then. wage
be held in the auditorium of the even they saw hope a| t i lie says it was the East Indies.
tical licks on his most recent excursions. Key West High School, Decem- m. This will give visitors more I comeback. his words tumble out in a flood,I : not America that inspired! Mar- scale prevailing in Monroe Coun-

.. ber 15, 5 o'clock, under the direc- than two hours to see the fort and But less than two years after, he pounds the table he waves his' ALBERTA CARTER ON i quette's explorations. ty. The committee was e-mpos-

Democratic Offensive | tion of Miss Edna B. Smith, head explore the many corridors bastions those riots the ex-premier, who arms, but what he says is invariably I I Information culled from the ed of Mayor H. C. Galey, Senator
TO
Politicians attach significance, of the music department.The 1 and dungeons which make rolls him own" cigarettes is againone : blunt and to the point. OFFICIAL VISIT ,I letters is being incorporated by Arthur Gomes, and Representative

to the fact the Democrats waited! auditorium will be appropriately up part of its appeal of the leading political powers: He served as minister in nine REBEKAH LODGE i''I Garraghan in a book. "The History B. C. Papy. Mayor Galey

until Chairman Fletcher had issued -I. decorated for a candle in France. j cabinets, was twice premier of of the Jesuits in the United
: his formal) call for the meet-! light service. This will be the CHURCH GROUP Quits Party Struggle! j I France. His politics have al-, l I I States." and Representative Papy continued

ing of the Republican national I! first major program to be given I 1 Daladier did it by giving up his ways been based on democracy,,; Mrs. Alberta Carter, presidentof .I to Washington after con-

committee before they chose their by the music departments of the battle to wrest leadership of the which he illustrated while min-j; the Rebekah Assembly of !i NAZI ARMY MAKES ferring with officials in Jack onvipe. -

date. schools; this year. GOING ON TRIP powerful radical-socialist party ister of war by peddling to work Florida( arrived by plane this BOMBs .
Meeting after the Republicanswill t All patrons and friends are from Edouard Herriot. He formed on a bicycle from his home in the morning for her official visit toSparkling' I'i TEST ROCKET i The telegram from Director
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urged to check "the front" and showed suburbs. ----
this popular
date and
houron
give them the decided advan- Number
Water Lodge
Pyachon, in fall follows
j t (hr' Assoclatei Press I
tage of being able to choose the calendars and join with the PASTORS AND OTHERS WILL' I I Lodge Number
14 and Friendship
tl BERLIN, Dec. Experiments "Jaekconvfle, Fla ,
date for their national con\'ention. many in enjoying this festive I I II
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at their pleasure. Christmas hour.. No offeringwill ATTEND MEETING IN MAR1SADVISEDflF1 : GIRL ARRIVESIN? 84.An all-day school of instruction I'I are being rocket made bomb with which.a if stratosphere sue-!, "December *, 1935.
be taken.PLANE
"M. E. Gitfond Director
If Democratic tradition i is fol- FT. LAUDERDALE f witb a covered dish luncheon was cessfnl, might lead to a new and ,
lowed, this date will be later than, '] fSANCHEZ' held during today and tonight the j I I more terrible kind of warfare. "District No. 5, WPA,
that chosen by the Republicans i BRINGS & HOMEI visiting president will pay her It U claimed that this missile I "Key West, Fla

This means the Democrats will Rev. J. B. Culpepper, of the I I ficial visit to the :bodies.! Of-I' could be shot from Berlin to London "Word was received yesterday
be able to take the offense from Tomorrow has been set u t
11 PASSENGERSThe First Church; Rev. Shuler Peele, I Paris. Warsaw or Praha and from Washington authorising us
the start and l not find themselvesin of Fleming Street. and Rev. M. The United States Lighthouse I and Mrs. Howard Sanchez for visiting the-many points of land within three miles of its ob-
the position of defending the the birth of a girl, terest with members of both to increase the wages in your
L. Smith of Ley Memorial, plan that announce \jective.I .
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"new deaL" have before Department announces Dry'I lodges and in the afternoon Mrs district to Thirty Dollars
They will leaving in the morning over the weighing ten pounds, yesterday i I Tests are being conducted near per
them in convention campaignplans regular Tuesday plane from highway for Ft. Lauderdale to Tortugas Radiobeacon will con morning at their home, 1406 Dun- Carter will leave by plane for Mi- :I j Berlin, it is understood but are month for unskilled; Forty Nine

and platform of the Repub' from Miami arrived 10:20 o'clock attend the meeting of Methodist 1 tinue transmitting on 300 kilo- can street ami en route to her ''home in in an elementary stage. One difficulty (dHars) for intermediate; Sixty
licans. I this with The young lady has been :given Ocala, Fla. I is that the
morning 11 passengersfor churches in the Miami District. II discharge apparatus (dollar) for skilled Seventy
I ;
cycles first fifteen minutes of
I[ Key West as follows: : Accompanying Rev. Culpepper I II the name of Nell Rose. II I I is complicated and ex-,Five (dollars) for professional
Hans Heether, Joseph Ben.-: will be Mrs. Culpepper, Mrs. W. each hour until further notice. pensive. Also the eight of explosives -
IMPORTANT
Grade "A" MilkAlways I!i field. Charles Abbott. BernPspy. -- A. Saunders,, Mrs. W. H. Sands, The advertised change effec- MORE !t carried is relatively and technical. This withthe

I Kersey Sands. Charles I and Miss Louise Ketchum. With LINTON, Ind.-Uncle Billy $e..r..s ,m an. understanding and provision that

I Sands, Caro Stewart, Edna Bethel Rev. Peele will be Miss Mary tive midnight, November 30, to Isom, Civil War veteran of this !|I Military, circles say that if the hours of work i in, yow district
and k.4UR
Available at Clarence Mullis, William Mix- Felton and Miss Minnie Knowles. 286 kilocycles transmitting every city said it was more important such rockets can be perfected are to be raised to one hundred.
Chester Tiffs Dairy I on and.Alberta Carter. They expect to return Saturdav Ito I j dig potatoes in his garden before WHISKIES AND. GINS they could be sent into enemy
half hour will be made hours per..u.. This can
as soon sixty
PHONE 639 Bookings for this afternoon'strip I to be in readiness for Divine I I the freeze then to celebrate I I territory by hundreds, demoralis
I north indicate 10 passengers. Services Sunday. ,as possible, it is stated. I his ninety-third birthday. ing the population. (Continued on Pats Four)

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STICK TO THE HABIT OF DRINKING PLENTY OF BEER-THAT'SAN--EASY RULE FOR DRINKERS OF WAGNER BECAUSE THEY ENJOY IT. FACA 22RBB80



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TUESDAY. DECEMBER;: 3, 193:.
1>>A :c'i"wo' THE. KEY. WEST CITIZEN: 3 -
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1 1I rative work to be sent to Coral ........................
UNDERSTAND THE PROBLEM OF I
iIep (!JltS (;ZW n PEACE I r. KEY WEST IN Gables, Little River and Fort I Today's HoroscopeToday's

1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKSBy J Lauderdale. Two other ships are
THE Published CITIZEN Daily PCBI.IsmG Except Sunday CO.By I SC. F I"DAYS GONE BY en route to Key West with large ........................

PresleVatJOfJ Interest in the establishment of lumber cargoes. disposition seems to
1- p, ABTMAN peace Don Herold F Here J.at 10 Year
!.t..t 1Mi*.x*. MmmMgn be diplomatic and at the Mime
AtI.KAM among the nations of the world is expressed .. A* Take. Fro.
From The Cn'ien Pu_idinr Of The Citizen Editorial comment: Claim is time assertive; but there \Is .*.*.
in forms. We familiar
Corner Greene and Ann rStreets many are f.pe..c. I made that the old fashioned!' girl an element of cnnaing that fe

with the student demonstrations, the signatures "No! I dOht ; is disappearing. Perhaps they are I I
Only Dally Newspaper I Key Welt and Monroe. trucks were ordered) liable to lead to trouMe. Maayof
Bill do l
County. to anti-war resolutions and other IICorne on in such demands for wives they ] will
the by the board of public the native's ambttiWM
hke not frequently in !society.'
Entered<< at JJey West. Florida as second class matter activities of a general nature tending to Werh ),ono' II meeting held last appear I surely be attained, but many _eo
-
FIFTY.-tTII TE.R set up a sentiment against war. \ statistics of i night. Two of the trucks are I I I,. mies are l liable to be matte, who
to FreaS' / our Iritl(-.i I!F.Ia d'.tlle. other two" Cftevro- The Exchange Club quintet lost may succeed in overthrowing projects
have little
., p.- We criticism to offer (
:Member .e'tls.-I.t. letif!i l TWi.-FotiU will be purchased to the Coral Islanders the game of I I. that seem certata of ... -

The loll Associated republioatlon Press of all i 4 fwws Delusively dispatches entitled cred.to ted.vac to against the purpose behind these evidences IottiaHotiy :? t'c;| frPlM jtbe Trevor and Morris orfg -! basketball last night at the..' cess.

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it or not otherwise eredited in. this! paper and also of positive reversion to war-fare althoughwe line t. uizafioif: land the Cherrolets' Key West Athletic Club. The!I II __ B
the local new pu ..l8hf'& he..e.1lMi1ON4l (from .! i|the end of bakery---
I seriously doubt that they'amount to fhe Lewis Stotor; company.They I score was!'! 38 to 31. I rear a wagon
i[ are to be used in connection I -- i'driven by B. E. Brantiey.
([)ITOf..U.f much in result. It is'our confirmed con"viction .
with the extensive street paving
c.CI.\TION. An excellent boxing card has!
f : 193 5 I. that the majority of peace-time' ,operations 'now being carried on been announced for tomorrow: A force of men is now engaged

pacifists will fall in behind the flag when in Kgy West. In connection with evening at the Athletic Club when in building an addition to the
nR""ftJm S' First National Bank bqaMtag
South Flo-
RIT the same project the
$1 .. the nation unfurls its banner to face "ag ,'I I Young Trevor ot Key West and offlee.
be
O.e Tear Engineering which is to used as an
and
rida
Six ]Month"..=-_:::.'._.:: .-.- .=-=-._ _. 6..0: Contracting Chick Miller of Chicago will meet
__... 1.151One gressionl'It company offered to the board at
Months ---
Three Month ..._..._ ._. .. ..__.____--,. _-. .'5 THE RECORD OF THE LINE"Before I Ia greatly reduced price a set of. in the main bout. Other fights
Weekly _..___._____ ._. ..2 J seems to us that some practical'con- constructing'!j i with one good preliminary and a BENJAMIN LOPEZ
forms to be used in
ADVERTISI IG LA1ES sideration of the problems of international I we buy a ticket on any You wouldn't think of buying a l curbing on the sidewalks. This offer -', semi-final are promised. FUNERAL HOME

Made, known on application. railroad, steamship, or airplane I ticket on a railroad whose employees I -
affairs is necessary to establish or main- was taken under advisementby !.i Serviar Key West
SPECIAL JfOTTCE line we are pretty sure that the permitted 36,000 to be the board. !I II i,i Walter Maloney was painfully Half Ceatvry
tain peace. Moreover it is quite essential line has a good record of safety. killed and nearly a million injured this
All reading notices, cards of thank, resolutions of abut:i not seriously injured 24 Hoar AmbmUnee Service
respect obituary notices, etc* will be charged for at that peace loving citizens understand that Yet well accept without a annually.The I I 1 morning when the Ford touring Uc...... EmbaerPhone
Leslie A. Carry and
the rate of 10 cents a line. qualm a ride In an automobile Mayor
Notices for entertainments by churches from which peace has its price and that it can not be I driven almost hairbrained automobile Is all right. members of the city council were car which be was driving was 135 Night 698-tt
a revenue Is to be derived are cent- a line. by any Few accidents are caused by the partly wrecked by colliding with
The Citizen is an pen forum and invites discussion purchased by resolutions, antipathy to war idiot. automobile Itself. It is the MAN- guests today at the regular luncheon -
.
of public Issues and subjects of local or general West Rotary! --
realization Well even climb merrily into AGEMENT which Is wrongandWE of the Key -- -
Interest but it will not publish atonymous communi and a of the futility or or-
cations. the rumble seat of a roadster are the management.The au Club. A number of speeches were!
ganized murder. World peace, if secured, driven by a friend we know definitely tomobile's bad record Is OUR bad made by the guests the gist of '

will be the fruit of organized force polic- to be three sheets In the record. which was to urge the citizens to CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ing the world and enforcing rules of con- wind.And an automobile can Justas Every time we step Into a motorcar work together for a bigger and; THE FIRST NATIONAL'BANKOF
go
Ci should reflect that we' better Key West.!'! {
TV we
ADVOCATED ,1E
,: :!'rE duct in international affairs. fast as a train,can kill just as 1
have ticket trans- KEY WEST
.. .. bought a on a
hard whole lot
l.t crumple.a more
; ;) Recently Major John Hay Beith, hasn't portation system with a lousy The Exchange Club today at;'!
) easily, and it the benefit l the ct.' .. of bnune November 1, 1935.c.mptreller' ,
1. Water and Sewer.... .v|'{ noted as an author under the name of Ian of rails to guide it,or an elaborate record-our record-and drive their regular luncheon endorsed aj as at
I, .with resolution to protect our Call
resolution adopted by|
previously!!
of to slow it It
system signals or
2. Bridges to complete Road to,Uainland. '* Hay, visited the United States on a lecture grade-crossings at Intersections.up ,hide and the lives of others and the Rotary. Club to ask, in con-| RESOURCESLeans .

t'i'1 !t. .&.. tour. He believes that world peace can be The reputation of the automo- to Improve" the record of the junction with city council, for bet-j

.!,i.)1 assured if the English-speaking people lift bile In unsafe hands accordingto line. ter train service by the Florida" and Investments __ :' $....:304746.10
Free Port. \ the Travelers Insurance Company And we should learn how to say East Coast Railway for Key West. Overdrafts _."___ ...', ..;?. 89.14
their voices above the tumult .
I 4. Hotels and Aparrc.ei. '' of world is nearly 36,000 deaths and "NO!" to Invitations from care- It was pointed out that the pre- Sankinsr Horse Furnitureand -, .
crises and demand peace. 'Like many a million persons Injured annually less or liquored "englneers" of sent service is inadequate for the Fixtures :33,920.76Stock !
( 5. Bathing Iavlton.Airpons other cars.Today. of the Federal Re- '
other speakers he went no further although 2.large i number of tourists!'! coming] serve Bank ._. .-_ 4,600.00
.
6. --Land and Sea. ---- --- the Another resolution :
-- -" -- to city.
Deposit
obviously the "demand" of Englishspeaking II Temporary Federal -
7. Consolidation of County and City ........................ ....................... asking! that Captain Clark Dji Insurance Fund 1,954.01
I people for peace will mean nothing to .1 i Stearns!', commandant at the naval: United States Government

I Governments. any war like nation unless the military and THE WEATHER\ In History 'station: be retained here, was,' Obligations direct

naval forces of the English-speaking peo- ........................ r adopted. : and fully guar 'z .-
t ......$................. anteed$682,783.I3
Doubt whom you will, but never ple are available to assert and emphasizethe 1787-Historic New England'sOhio : Other Marketable Bonds ,
Telegrams announce the disappearance
Lowest Highest of left l' I and Securities _. 178,'&S.49
fact that war costs more than it.is. I Company pioneers of Albert W. Gilehristformer ., *
yourself. Banks 277,671.38 1,059,035.00
Station last night, last 24 hours Ipswich. ?aIas!.. in covered wagons I Cash and due from
worth. governor of Florida who
Abilene 42 52 *
,
West. Founded Marietta
on !'!, for
Even the find time Major\ Beith finds that the League of Atlanta ....___. 20\ 38 : Ohio., the next year.1787Steamboat Vas visiting friends in New Yor ..._ 11,404,245.01
employed seem to
jliei, search was !started'! at the re-
........ 36 r
24
Nations has failed to preserve peace although Boston LIABILITIES
for a good deal of unemployment. 1 ouest of Charles A. Finlay. secretary -

it has held up the principle of mutual Buffalo _._ 22 30 I I of Jam of the Florida state senate. -Capital _,---- --, J oo. *ooo:

accommodation and help and a square Charleston ____ 30 48 Rumsey first publicly exhibited i i Surplus and.Undivided. Profits 64,207.1
Somehow it seems that creditors have Chicago __._ 24 28' on the Potomac. I[ The Barge Sherwog is due Deposits 1,2(0.037.85$1tOt.245.01
deal for the weaker side on which is based
much better memories than debtors. Denver _._ 26 58 I I morrow from Mobile, t"l
the "one hope left in the world." The obvious
with 2000.000 feet of
Detroit _.___ 22 30'Galveston 1789 Virginia's legislature:I I
reply to those who charge the .__.50 58 ceded -ten square miler for national l I This ship brings lumber from I Member of Federal Re.erve Syttoni
What fathers would like to
most
get Kirkpatrick and Timber Corpora ;
with failure is that it lacks the
the' League Havana ".'n__' 66 'capitaLI tion. There will be all Member of Federal Deposit Iaaraaee Corporation
out of his new car is the rest of family.
necessary power to enforce peace even I Huron. __'. 16 42 lumber for construction and deco-l

'though it.offers a splendid-sounding-board I Jacksonville 30 54 I 1818-Illinois admitted to _- !'6

America has the world's finest 'Is.1M to amplify the voice of the world's con Kansas City 34 42 Statehood. I .

cheese plant. Made possible by an abund- science. KEY WEST 57 73 I I
I
ance of raw material for the holes. I Little: Rok 28 44 1893-+Colorado; granted full

i Louisiville .... 24 34 t suffrage to women
LAST AFRICAN SLAVE
._.__ 70 I -
Jonah wants to know how Shake Miami 44 -
34 I 1901 Theodore Roosevelt'sfirst
can be dead and also play football Minneapolis .22
speare Presidential to Con- D
In the little Alabama village of Plateau New Orleans 36 56 mesage
on the Notre Dame eleven. That'sa: .stun. gress 'called for trust and cor-
near Mobile\ there recently died New York __ 24 42 "
poration regulation, a larger
ner.
Cudjo Lewis, who has been described as PEnsacol" __ 32 52 navy,reciprocity treaties, among ,

"the most; historic Negro in the United Pittsburgh!: __ 22 28 t1H..thinga.! G

Carl Hanton reports a great demandfor St. Louis __ 28 34
States title well bestowed.For .
a seemingly fair to partly overcast weather '
the relief orkers in FortMyers Salt Lake City 20 U !I 1
pants among ;
Cudjo Lewis was the last survivorof San Francisco 50 56 tonight and Wednesday.

adding that "they sure wear out all the slaves brought from Africa to Seattle ......-.34 44 I 7y

fast on this relief.-Tampa Tribune. this country coming to America on the Tampa __....- 36 62 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe I .

Washington .. 30 36 4
Clothilde, last of the slave ships to bring a Williston ___ 4 24 t

people who were really thankful last cargo to our shores, on her last trip in that southern high pressurearea
hai moved eastward ever the!
week can do much to make "happy chil unholy traffic in 1859. Temperatures South Atlantic States ad another -

dren enjoy Christmas by seeing that every With 109 others of the peaceful Tar- Highest _*._-.___._73 I strong high pressure' area is : .

and in West has Lowest ..._._...__._.___...._.....-57 I crested this morning over the ; :
boy girl Key a merry kar tribe in Africa he the :
was captured by Mean __..._..._..._._,,.._65 I northern Plains States, Atlanta, : I

Christmas. 3iOHI 0- more savage Dahomeys, and sold to the Normal Mean _._._._?_...........72 Ga., 30.48 inches and Huron. S.

--- t slave trader, Captain Billy Smith of the I Rainfall D., 30.52 inches with pressure r i

When the American Indfart \\'ent to' Clothilde. The unfortunates, like thousands Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.I above normal in most! sections! o%

.... Ins. the country Lizht snow has occurred ,
claimed Yeason for of others before them suffered indescribable Normal Precipitation 06 11'k
war he always a &ood since yesterday morning
'T.... rrcr4 a-zeta 3 I-".r rl *
doing so, usually, so he said, to revenge injuries hardships during the 70-day aimK HI h .>l rk. Ihl *..".!-*. hi the extreme upper Mississippiand H'i

His rtatfonf'Svnidh: of Tomorrow AlmanacSun upper Ohio Valleys, and Lake
done tribe' or ; voyage, being kept most the time in the fIa
.. ._..... region; while elsewhere!' throughout
rises 6:57 a. m
*
modern ? -- -
quife in the light'o what foul hold of the vessel with only
scanty
pounds a .the (pantry- the weather has
Sun sets _........-1- 5:37 p. m.
is going on today among civ-'lized nations. allowance of bread and water for their Moon rises _... 1:24 p m. been generally fair. There has ) ( :
7 ]t been I. further fall in temperature i
subsistence. Moon sets ____..._ 1:10 a. m.
f? in the Atlantic arid East Gulf .
The They were finally landed on the Alabama I Tomorrow Tides ,
Like the Sunday Star, Citizen i States, with freezing southward

awaits the of those "dreadful, coast and soon after sold to various : A.M. P.M. i; into northern Florida; while sea-
passage I ..__
High 4:15 4:44
dreary days of relief work and bare sub- masters, whom they served faithfully. : Low .___...._......10:13 11:17 j sonable most readings of the West prevail Gulf throughlout states.- t It's AYear :
'. | :
sistence," when the peopl. of the United After the Civil War they gathered togetherto Barometer 8 *. m. today: I G s.. KENNEDY 1

States will no longer .'k1'ow the bitter form a colony at Magazine\ Point, where .1' Sea level, 30.25. Officer in Charge.. For

taste of bread paid for bburdened tax- they were employed in a shipyard. Later i WEATHER FORECAST "J__TlIle'n LM.|MC Hotel ; : .

payers." God speed the day. some of them bought land and engaged in THE SEMINOLE. I .

truck farming. (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) iGzs t.

One by one they passed leaving I Key West and Vicinity: Fair ;
Jingoes are predicting war in Europe,. ; away and continued cold tonight; Wed- : :
I Cudjo Lewis as the only link between the 0r. USEFUL GIFTS
giving as the reason that Italy would fightif
African slave traders and the present, until I
the senctions on oil would be enforced.
his recent death at the supposed of 96.
age .. Nrcks
Without oil Italy cannot on with her
go i u. t' VISE, for all sizes ___.._____.._.__________ $3.75
unholy war in Ethiopia, and that would be r. CtJarks.esrne. orj+11! .

the end instead of the beginning of war. FIVE LUCKY LITTLE LADIES 11 11The I t ; t..' ItV1.t 3 I i PLANE, finest steel _..______________..5150
'
The League will probably call Mussolini's\ i I -.1. HAMMER\ forged steel ..._..-..--... 1.90

: ...,....... .
bluff. Dionne quintuplets are getting- t CHAS. B. Gn I:*EH. ats.agee ; 4 1 RATCHET BRACE ____. 1.20

along! in. life, with'an..i income of $10,000 I J where A. human yon will home-nice find year Inet'/tUlom Ia...l4aalemf lme I LEVEL, of truest kind ..._..._.._....._.. 1.65

Well, the maii'reached Tampa :Mon- month, their own hospital. worth 25,000 fl r ,ter of.rt great sad Importance..atertalaa eat a mat. I t 'r ZIG-ZAG RULE, 6-ft. _._____ '.85

Or the mail arrived and a bank account said to amount_ to Fair A Warmer Colder 5
day. perhaps Sunday, Tomorrow Toaigktnesday A 1rrt flre.-r*.f hvlMtas located SAW (Disston) .....__......-.._-___..__..____. 4.00
or Saturday afternoon. Anyway, on Monday $150,000. .
.. .
the heart the city
PLIERS best grade steel _.......... 45
morning The Tribune exchange desk Yvonne, Annette, Cecile, Emilie and fair and warmer; moderate -o- Tnk ---
Every Room with Combination
got its copies of the Key West Citizen for Marie can be thankful that human beings I northeast and east winds and Shower Bath. Radio. Electriel I
Florida: Fair, continued cold, Ceiling r Fan Slat Door for Summer Florida
South
the preceding Wednesday, Thursday, Friday place value upon the freakish, the unusualand I heavy frost.and_freezing in north? Ventilation.* of Comfortable Inner Sprint Beds Coaitructlon wlkMattresse -> ; Contractingmarine

and Saturday. This is much better the exceptional.. Had these charming l light! to heavy frost is centra i I and Individual Reads '
i portion and in roucfcland of ex.. biff Lamps.'r
'
service than of old. There was a time'when little girls arrived in the world a year Wednesday BATE and Eng Co.
: treme soqth..portion tonight; alagis
a Tampa man was lucky to get mailno apart their lives would have meant very I generally. fair. rising tern_ T8 Re**.. Private Bath $2.5. Q 0 .
M Me*...... Private Bath .:...-. 33.N .
more than a month old, by schooner little, if anything, to a world,. amazingly I perature. n..... Private Bath i.N "Your Home Is Worthy Of The Best""'
Jacksonville to Florida Strait S Z4 Roaau. PrI_'. Bat* a.M .
from "Cedar: Keys or from Key We t.-P. callous' 'to the welfare of little boys and I and East Gulf: Moderate northerly ,. I. Sample RMB. Private Oath Ode{
ud
E. B. in Tanjpa Tribune. girls. to easterly winds; generally y', LIGHT ISCRKASB! FOR DOTJBLBOCCtrAHCT .. t .. .1 L phone 598 Cor.White and Sts.









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3.! THE KEY WEST CITIZEN: : PAGE THREE
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i .!...!!!!!!..!.!.!......J Ji l.r t ti l .. ..!....! ... ...e.! H _l-wriUrr born -at .s.YI1la.;

I 1silGN COURAGij i "CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN I'Today's Birthdays Del. 75 years ago.Dr. .

j 1i eagne Bataa_ [ ........................ -
SPORTSBY Charles f. Pabrt of Brook-
Newton D. Baker of Cleveland,' lyn, N. Y., noted dermatologist

STXOPSlSt, Jlfftmtffk ale .u For a moment their gaze met. ) .......................O lawyer civic worker, secretary of: born there, 48 years ago.
k*'n cJteattt of htr ttert in tA.Fnrsarortk war under Wilson born at Mar-:
Ftfkarttv ty Tom yank locked. Anne thought she detectedIn MALE HELP WANTED
'...... tinsburg. W. Va., 64 years ago. I
c4 hu #
paaj.a., the dark eyes: of the man. relief Rt. Rev Frank W. Crtightonof
rurf*. BOW fcoic a* ATtJtfct AteMa /- I
Las .-. t. a MctedM car*,. condemnation and triumph. She INTERVIEW GRANTED applicants II I Garden City N. Y., Protestant
.prctenl 'company 41 ftkermn property frost Bst tiereyfB0 was sure her eyes: told nothing of JOVE for branch office to be A. Atwater Kent of Philadelphia i t Episcopal bishop, born in Philadelphia

Lea ranuieorlfc,Jozy aid. seep pots what she felt. opened soon in your locality radio inventor-manufactur I 69 Tears ago.
.... :
"at liU ot to
shot <>jr *um....i. t* (*. crovxt.eacmjr.*
we Anse',r.oewnL. vrotactar tft..IA/...Sorri. Xemiia toy,, questions. Miss Farnsworth the BUSY BEESVON\ :SECOND'' GAME OF t WILD J CATS WONtiLTYESTERDAY I reliable' _and financially respon years ago.George. 'r
triia love* X....trie to._.. bail chief asked. ,sible.. Position offers attractive KEY WESTCOLONIAL
.... I
hap II
pos. l 'II. tail to tcU I l
"Her name Isn't income. Start at once with I
Farnsworth
_..
whet she ** Farley.came in contemptuous tones from I FIRST GAME OF PLAY- FF TONIGHT!i I advancement thoroughly train opportunities.chosen appli-We the Newberry B. Utley Library Librarian Chicago of,'''i HOTEL

Chapter 31 "But" I cant so experience not neces born at Hartford. Coniu, 59 years. In the Center .f the Businessand

BITTER SCENE 1 1A "She was never legally! adopted. I PLAY-OFF SERIES I at- I sary. Write Finance Extension ago. I' Theater District
Tonight Bayview Park the} The Wild Cats their first
KNOT: of men standing outside Farley explained. won Corp., Hammond Indiana.
I'
I opened to let bet pass through I hen. Miss If you'll let as hare second of' the three-game championship game yesterday afternoon at ,nov3-ltx, Dr. Lucia R. Briggs president! first da.8--F&eprf-

j their ranks up the steps and into your name as a matter of record. WARD. OF BAKERS ALLOW. ; play-off of the Senior Bayrieir Park when they defeated I. ,'I of the Milwaukee-Downer1 College,'I S.e.tb1.. Raf..
the vestibule of the jail. Anne was silent I Diamondball League will be play .the FOR RENT Milwaukee born at Cambridge,
A "Your name. Miss. What Is your ED ONLY FIVE SAFETIES; i ed between the Firemen and Busy Transfer Corner boys. 8 to f 'I Mass,. 48 years ago. Carafe Elevator
deputy was sitting there talkIng -
name?"The sheriff was patient but : Bee Bakers. 4, ,in a.._regndar Social League NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
( the to railing.I've two men... He arose and cameto Anne could tell from the dark cir BOTH TEAMS COMMITTED : This game promises to be one game. centrally located, reasonable to John Ba&sett Moore famed international ,... .. Prices

come to see about the Sorkl cles under his eyes that he was more NINE ERRORS IN ALL of the best of the season as that 1 Capote Lopez and Farate forth desirable: party. Apply at 5291. lawyer diplomat and!
than merely weary. Lee Farnsworth Bakers need only one more victory Whitehead street. a
| brothers>> Anne said. "I am Anne was his friend. C losers and Cervantes, Stanleyand I ----- .--
: to cop the aeries and the 1 .
Farnsvorth. "1 don't know 1e answered. i Fire Laddies will not let the game Howanitz for the winners LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT &

"Oh. yeah!' grinned the deputy The Busy Bee Bakers, winners I tonight be that one-if possible. I were the leaders at bat. 2 bed rooms conveniences -

[ looking at the slicker the rain THE man looked at her and she I of the second-half of the Senior I Batteries will be: Ward and M. In the field, Thompson Lowe, porches. 519 Elizabeth "
i soaked beret.an J bedraggled slacks. pity la his eyes. "Wat I I Street. novlS;
League !'schedule captured the Acevedo for the Dough boys andJ. Walker and Arias
played good.
"I in w.- she apologized for her name bayeY01l been using?" he LikeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS
Walker and Gabriel for the I l '
[appearance then anxiously"tell ie.I asked kindly. first of a three-game championship Score by'innings: R. H. E. FURNISHED APARTMENT -I
Flame
I have you heard how Uncle Lee la. "Nikki. NikkJ Nlelsenbe! -an-' I play-off series last night at Fighters. Transfer. Corner- I I Modern conveniences, 628
The contest will be called at
| Is he-" she couldn't say the word. swered. Bayview Park. The defeated ten! 7:30 o'clock 000< 400-I 10 41 I White street, or call at Gaitfs
Don't know yet: the hospital "Any reason for that choicer was the Firemen outfit winnersof sharp. Wd '
hasn't reported. He was still alive "I had to have something. My : Batteries: Walker and Frank;
when they: brought him in. Too say nurse ba'd called me Annikki as a the first-half of the league! SOCIAL COOP( {) 'DATA Stanley and Arias. FURNISHED APARTMENT, with: 1Fl'i

uncle?"he mused. baby. sq>we:dropped the Anne and schedule. electric ice box. 1001 Eaton,

_. _. _.._ The contest was interesting j phone 879-J.. nov9-lmox
"-' -- --- -- HIGH SCHOOL PLAYSSTOPOVERS
and hard-fought for three innings
Results of games played so NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT ;
but in the fourth the Fire boys', far in the Social League follow: TODAY with garage. Apply 827

with three.singles and a base on J i Ben Buoys 11; Wild Cats, 0. Duval street. oct9 1p
!
tails scored one run Administration 3; High School, t
The Bakers came right back in 0. BICYCLES

the fifth frame and took the lead i J i Lighthouse 0; BtackwelTs 3. Today the Blackwtirs Stop-
,
1
by shoving over four runners on Administration 9; Blaekwell's, Oven will 'play the High School BICYCLES-WE RENT by the I

two errors two singles and two 0. :fen at Bayview Park beginning Hour, Day or Week. Repair

1 doubles. They added one more Lighthouse, 9; Wild Oats, 2.i 4:30 P.M.Tomorrow. an makes and paint them with

in the sixth and three more in i the eighth. i' 2. cross bats with the Bell Buoys. supply' of parts. Agent for the 1t 1I

The Flame Fighters scored I f, Transfer Corner. 9; Bell Buoys, Thursday, Administration and Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.I t
their last run in the sixth. j[: 0.I Wild Cats will meet, And sell them as low aa $5.00 I ,

f va At bat, Sweeting and J. Rob-I}I! Transfer Corner. 0; High Friday the Office boys tackle down and $1.00 per week.1fl
< erts hit two safely in three times Schcool, 9. the Belt Buoys.U. Phone 27C. J. R. Stowers Co.

up. Hale and P. Carbonetl:' connected -!! nod8tfFOR in all metal ICE
.. .. ........ fl kept our
safely twice in four tries..1 ..... .. .. S. Weather Bureau familiarly SALE REFRIGERATORS are a. cool, fresh and
Gabriel and C. Vidal played f; known as "Old Prebs. as resultof
i Today'sAnniversaries healthful as if they sore frozen in a cake of
L well for' the Firemen and Bethel daily weather "probabilities"he SECOND ?BEETS-500 for 50c- ice. Our Refrigerator are doubly heatproofand
4 started in 1871. born in New
the Bakers.A. .
2 t and Ward for
Artman ?
F AF The Press. aug absolutely airtight.
Acevedo. backstop for the York. Died Oct. 28, 1918. I
caught ........................ at
Doughboys a great game. I PRINTING-Quality Printing $20.00
Score by innings: R. H. E.. 1755-Gilbert Stuart, famed 1842-Phoebe A. Hearst Cali- the Lowest Prices. The Art. up

i !1i'a < Firemen 000 101 000.-2 5 4 .,, American portrait painter bornat fornia's beloved philanthropist men Press aug7 t. EASY TERMS> DAyS FREE TRIALOn
Bakers 000 041 03*-8 9 5' Xarragansett R, I. Died in mother of the publisher, born in
GabrIel '' Missouri. Died April 13, 1919. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed Display At-
Batteries: L. Castro and Boston, July 27, 1826.1807Gamaliel i
; Ward and A. Acevedo. J cards, $1.25. Th Artman
1842-Ellen Richards Boston Press. g7TYPEWWTINa Ice inc.
'I Bailey. editor F Thompson Company
DOUBLEIIEADEROF 1i i of a pioneer Cincinnati antislavery professor chemist sanitarian and ,
home economist, born at Dun- PAPER 6001
Sorki boys; dt..n't s_not: Uncle Lee" weekly, 'editor of the noted PHONE NO. aFIRMS
stable Mass. Died March\ sheets
30 75e.tThe Artman Press i iaugl .
"National Era" of Washington or. -- p- '.
One of the men in plain clothes I nscJ the NikkL She had relatives BASKETBALLi I D. (L, born at Mount Holly, 1911.
stepped up. scrutinized Anne. "She by the! name of Nielsen and suggested
N. J. Died'at sea, June 5, 1859, ----- -----
could) be the Farnsworth girl he I I use that.It didn't matter to me." .. ,--=- ----- ,", .. .>

told the deputy."Yon know she disappeared 'My' deputy tells me you were in
The second doubleheader of the 1826-George Brinton McClellan -
after the will was filed; the Sorkl boys' boat What were yon
supposed to have gone to a sanitarlum. I doing there Just-a minute." He Winter Basketball League will be Mexican War soldier, engineer -.
." I reached for the telephone which played Friday night at the High general-in-chief of the

"1 ditln," Anne explained with : buzzed insistently.: School Gym. Union Armies in Nov., 1861, the

stciial patience.! came down hereto There was a moment of silence The Basv: Bee Bakers will tackle I losing Democratic nominee against
visit my old nurse. I've been living -i then a voice came over the wire the Park Tigers and the WPA Lincoln in 1864V<< New Jersey governor .
In Union Town ever since. the words cot decipherable to thosein five will l meet the High School born in Philadelphia. Died

"Yeah all right. Admitting you're the room. The chief murmured. team. I Oct. 29, 1885.1831.lamea.
the Farnsworth girl which maybe I "Is that so. bmmm." and then "All December 13, the Park Tigers Them
you are and maybe you ain't what right; we'd better wait until morn and High School Will play and G. ''Fair, Califor- \ Wio Rush To Give You.Service-Patronize

.have you got to do with the Sorki log the WPA quintet will dribble the I nia 49'er, Nevada bonanza millionaire -

| (brothers?" He turned to those In the room ball with the Bakers. U. S. Senator, born in '. ,
I "They're my nursj's nuns" spoke to Tom Farley but looked at ( A record will be kept of the : Ireland. Died in San Francisco:

"Then It's just too bad for your Anno. of and a''Dec. 28 1894.1836Cleveland.
leading scorers points St cmCoHee
tarAmeri4
nurse. Yoa should be the :>
at hospital.
"But. you see. they dida't shoottJnc.le Farley. I don't see why you can't depend prize awarded to the highest two I'I thegovernment's JO'HN C P"ID( ROSES TIFT'S
at the end of the season. j Abbe. NOW -OFFERED IN ,
Lee. Anne's-voice vibrant
was upon us down here to take
I I The first Friday night'will noted meteorologist
game
with THREE GRADES
of this.
"How do intensity you know?" asked the care"Nothing I can do there.barked be called at 7:30 o'clock. i[ for many years, "father" of the 328 SIMONTON ST. : FLORAL PIECES. A' CASH 'GROCERY

pull; cloth s man with interest. Farley. I ,. -- - -- STAR, Ib, 25c SPECIALTY
"Because I was la the boat with "You're right agreed the sheriff 1101 DmsioJf Street
them.: They badn left the engine I heavily."Lee Farnsworth just died." =f"1'.4TI'I..IrIIIII'.4TI"I'I".I'II"Make. ,!,\ P L U M BIN G IARGOt 'Ib.. 1&

and the wheel when when Uncle Anne sat stiffly: on a wooden bench v. &; s., Ib.; 15c PLANTS and VINES 'PHONE. g
Lee crumpled up." Her face was and Stared attb sheriff. I .
chalk white and her voice faltered "Are. you*going to be able to go ROASTED IN KtY WEST .
as she was forced to relive the scene. on with.your testimony?" the sheriff Your Paper Pay 1 SOUTH FLORIDA Sfapf and'Fancy
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"Better take her ID to tbe sheriff asked aod44. : i voice seemed far I DURO PUMPS 'Groceri '
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advised the plain clothes man. away.: j. I
"Wait. Ill see him first. Now listen She stared at him with unseeing PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY .

sister don't try to get away from eyes. Testimony. What a queer I | You Dividends! fc .512 Greene Street Lotnzine" ;;:,IJae' I resllf48 .:
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here.:. Better come on Inside the rail- "'OJ'd.-ShQ.> al4 like to cry. She PHONE 3 'I'Fj nltta and.YsSetab1esSELECT

ing. Keep your eye on her. Harry: I would like to see John ask him to 5 f,.." : she's: liable to oolt when she gets talk to these men. tell them things
over this! fit of honesty. I her stiff lips couldn't utter. But she '
I couldn't cry. her eyes were dry of Money Saving PricesWatch SEA F00 DS' : HAPPT>SAYg'ARE Hut
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Yellowtail Steak 2 n.... 3S. WJe'T :
came into tbe enclosure. She was 'Von wished to ask me some- A.r.1 .
aching with fatigue and numb with thing?" she managed to say Yellowtail o. Beall 2 1ft. ZSc ,_ Office: 319 DU'YaJ Street 1
an unseasonable chilL Yes.. and I want to caution you THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S. AdJ Greaper 2 11 .. 2St "
"Com here. a voice ordered as to choose your words carefully. vertisers closely for special savings on your 'SUNDAY STAR
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coon as she was settled. Whatever you may now say may be TELEPHONE t
household necessities. Make your paper pay you ZSc NO. ,
"He means yon. prompted the used against yon- Msttoa Fisk. Z 1M. -
deputy to Anne. She turned towardsthe "Is that necessary?" Interposed fe dividends. The most interesting news in the kV Sabsrnpfin: >. ;2 Per Year _

door, where a stockily built man Farley. today is tEe advertising where you .an FRESH SHRIMP Try. yew:#' ....... At
-THE-
paper West's
Key
stood waiting. I "If she were your client you'd see Lare. Select Oysters Only Sunday
As Anne entered the Inner office it was." returned the sheriff hotly. 3, save many dollars 'on the family budget by Fresh Crab Mt i. 1ft was .5e Pap'er Dtlixoma RataiatUtfFREE
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she was aware of several men watch- "You're here to get the person l patronizing those merchants who advertise their ?J PROMPT DELIVERY ; POR'TUD
Ing her. She paid little attention to who killed Lee-" Easiness Office Citizen JJd\eliLLL11: E.Jwit..r ..lies __ !jr

any of them until the man who had "And I'm the one to do 1C not goods. LOWE FISH COMPANY 8uild>s Sls C-ne Pm--
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summoned her.evidently the sheriff you." declared the man with asperity. % ,' .
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spoke. "AH right. Sherman ready: !" THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST t -" -:--_ 1' ..-, -. #. .. ..-......, -_.. _.._
"Is this the Farnsworth girl? he Anne saw a man with a notebook
asked of one. and pencil come close. ,OF LIVING DOWN TO THE:LEVEL OF EVERY- W

"It Is." came a familiar voice and Copyright; lass tf Jut.. Botfman J BODY'S PURSE. W AARON McCONNELL :p'station is EXTRA LARGE SELECT
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Anne wheeled to find Tom Farley 538 n.Strt '
Fartey. for sees. la put la his CHESAPEJIKE BAY
facing her.
place tomoM'CIw. ..-err padis '
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aDd a pAper will be tent to : .wVrATilN 1 prices frankly and openly each,, week youhelp 'f AND ENGRAVER : HOT SOUSE EVERY

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CAPPICK : CUIL1' TO PUT ON BABY \VELLS'\ PLACE The Gce niiith>... are a .La:I c!
< C SNAPSHOT Resignation Of Lewis May i about 600 aBets in the Windward

II Islands, West Indies. Cotton and
AWARDED WAR SHOW THURSDAY SERVES OYSTERSAn cattle are the chief exports.
I
LET'S CO HUNTING, Start Fight In Labor Ranks ,

Le Bris French sailor
SERVICE MEDAL Captain a -

s Parents are getting their little I addition to The Citizen's carried out the first sign.fi-

fr.'.,:<"Y.,.'., ". .,..:.:>:..,.'..;.i't."' .....:..."v.,...,.,1<".v""if.,..'1'YN.' .) .. "' ... eeeeee ones in readiness for the annual popular Business Directory is cant experiments in gliding in the
< Conflict In Prospect Between i seventies.
ALSO RECEIVES CERTIFICATEFOR ; // ,, : ." PERSONAL MENTIONInspectors r Baby Show to be staged in the I Wells' Lunch Room 900 Southard


ACTIVITIES IN WAR fY' 5TIts Old-Line Craft .......................! I auditorium aternoon of,Harris December school Thursday 5, at street. I
This place specializes in extra Bermuda Meat Market
AND RED CROSS"MANIPULATIONS _. C Or Trade Unions And O. D. Link and C.;$t.: 4:30 o'clock, by the Past Poca-I. large select Chesapeake Bay
Stokes, connected with local|! hontas Olub of Mmoca Council, I MEAT--Cnban and
.r, New Organizations operations of the State Flint#i ,No. 13, D. of P.. Oysters and serves them any American Cat It ItSTEER
style. Hot Souse is served
t' Board, left over ''the Overseas;) Prizes are to be awarded to Saturday. every Hens Fresh Kosher Meat
:
I Highway Sunday' 'for two babies of the following ages: one I
ween'l],
In recognition of services rendered I vacation with their .I week to six months; six monthsto Phone 52 Quick Delivery
the period of the :.iBy HERBERT PLUMMERV to two years; two years to three years;)
during Link's home is in fFort Lauderdale one ;year; one year
I V .metated .'....t j three ;years to four years. j
World War and subsequent years' I WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.-Organized and Mrs. Stokes in. Ettstis, Flor-, I Both boys and girls, the prettiest -I -SEEOLD -

with the Red Cross, the national ace.y Q I i labor long La been. .ida. I Here's Swift and I' in each class, will be given I I'I FORT JEFFERSONon
organization has awarded Bliss expecting prizes, which total 10, all of I
Marie Cappick a war service cer)' ao6.t'. I I1t's i the division within its' CAIN IN SAFETY IN THE AIR I II Direct Action to 'I which were given by local business -i Excursion the Dry Sunday Toltngas, Dec 8

,tificate and a war service medal e i rank between craft and Indus I Se-I* Relieve That Cold I places. I By Miami-Key Plane West Airways

It is shown that Miss Cappickwas trial unionist to be brought out' lies of fatal airplane accidents, I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT Leave Key West 11 a. nur

among the first women to II Senate commerce subcommittees Modern External TreatmentHelps -on- I Return 3 p. m.
volunteer services to the Red, into the open by some incident investigators have concluded aft- End Colds Without Rate, Round Trip, $10.00

Cross when a chapter was organized I such a* the resignation of John L.''er a thorough survey that travel Constant"Dosing" to Upset WAVES I Regular Plane Service to Miacr.

here by Mrs. Robert F. the wise hunter who keeps his camera loaded and ready to snap the j Iby air today is "three times safer Digestion. Two Permanents $5.00 I Sunday-Tuesday-Wednesday-
,Spottswood early in 1917. Miss real story-telling pictures such as this one.pvONT I Lewis a* vice president of the A.than ten years ago." Carl Dolan,I for Friday-Rate, $7.50
JUST RUB ON AT BEDTIME : Leave West 4 Arrive
Key p. m.;
I Better Waves, $5.00 and
Lila Allen, now Mrs. Sam Gold I F. LThe j chief investigator of accidents. up
I Miami 5:20 ,
these cool, crisp fall mornIngs expected moments sa Its the wise I MRS. MILLER I : p. in
smith, and Mrs. ,Grace B. Phil I and Federal aviation administration -: Twtfgenerations of For Reservation Call 620
lips served as volunteer secre *-' sort of give you the hunt hunter who keeps his camera loaded controversy ha been working for the subcommittee, which t. mothers have proved 407 South Street Phone 574-J
I ing fever? In spite of aU the pleas and ready for action.If ... Vicks VapoRub the
taries. Miss Nina Phillips, now have before its to the surface for'is seeking the basis for new legislation -,.,
ure had during the good old sum- you never taken way L most effective treat-
you
Mrs. Warren Watrous, served as to improve safety in the :,
snapshots under overcast fall skiesit ment for children'scolds.VapoRub ,
time probably are looking
mer you
hospital secretary and Miss Anne forward to the fall hunting season; is important to remember that it year Jail'|' said on November 11 this ree- is ex- { J Cer C r .

Waddell, chapter secretary.. The sit in favorite chair will be necessary to give a longer A fight to the finish is i.. prospect -. :was achieved despite speed!i ternal-and safe. Itsi-
.and as your .
late Mrs. Roy McKillip 'organizedclasses you exposure than ordinarily made ender I I ;that permitted coast"to. coast fly-, use avoids the risks of constant b eTO
for the chapter.I.'. .enjoying: a good evening smoke summer's bright sunshine. between the old-line craft or ing in one-fourth, of thE sixty, internal "dosing" which so often
isn't it a lot of pleasure to just shut a\:\. i upset digestion and appetite, thus
Miss Cappick's services were assigned and have a grand time But your snapshooting should not I I trade union and.'the newer industrial -: hours required in 1921. It was lowering body resistance when most
your eyes
to the production committee be confined to outdoor pictures for i announced that data gathered byj j I needed. ot1_$
under chairmanshi3tri.Francisco silently planning your trip? it is at night in the cabin or lodge I I or vertical unions.. The,the investigators showed 101 I Just rubbed on throat and chestat I I!

Fleitas to!" wb irl:' she' There should be more to a hunting you can take pictures of your party issue involved is whether the'fatal airplane crashes since 1927, bedtime,VapoRub starts to work qffedci'2si
turned in numerous''knitted ar- trip, however, than tracking your seated around the open fireplace i and that a plane not now made immediately-two way at once:
ticles for service ,nie'n, land "hun 1 game; or anticipating that tense swapping ;yarns and reviewing ex- worker in a given industry are to I caused thirty-five of them. In the I 1. like By stimulation through the skin I
poultice or plaster-
moment when the antlers of a fine periences in this and former :hunting -
t 1101 accidents. 252 were
dreds of scrap books for convalescents be enrolled in a single union with- persons 2. By inhalation of its penetrating: I -
in hospitals.The young buck make their appearance expeditions. killed, including 110 members of medicated vapors, released by ERY soon each of our
through the trees; or he carelessly You will find that Photoflash bulbs out relation to their skill lack!
certificate received is in- or I the crew and 140 passengers.The body heat and breathed in directto friends will be receiving an
makes a wild dash into the clearingand will serve your purpose admirably.A inflamed air-passages.
scribed as follows: Pro patria- you put up a valiant fight Photoflash bulb is similar in appear 'i of it as craftsmen. Continuing through the night, invitation coons Wedding;and
The American Red Cross to Marie against a severe attack of "buck ance to a common electric light bulb I gorilla, largest of the an- this powerful poultice-vapor action "
William Green be the best invitation
president of A. inhabits.the forest we want it to looking we can get.
Cappick for services faithfully fever. and can be screwed into a special thropoid apes loosens phlegm-soothes irritated
performed in behalf of the nation The appearance of your game and but inexpensive holder resemblingan F. L., heads the trade unionist'group. '! regions of West Africa; from the membranes-eases difficult breath-
and her men at arms. the exciting moment when you ordinary hand flash-light tube. Cameroons to the Congo river. ing-helps break congestion. Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the

The medal is attached to a dark quickly raise your gun to your This can be purchased at almost any Lewis, president of the I Each A Practical Guide and for Mothers families very finest;sad that is why we arc inviting you to inspect our
blue ribbon suspended from a gold shoulder and pull the trigger is one store selling photographic supplies.The Subscribe to The Citizen:; -20c year, more more remarkable
United Mine Workers, heads the are being helped to fever colds line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding' lavitatioas -
pin and is the Red Cross insigniain of the thrilling adventures of a hunt flash is set off by pressing the weekly.mer and shorter colds by Vicks '
white enamel and gold. The ing trip. flash button and it gives an intense group fighting for unit Better Control of Colds. Vicks Plan and AaiKmn/ym in the Favored Styles of 1931-

outer rim is -dark blue, and the There are, however, many moments light without any noise or smoke. unionl suffered a setback when the| has been clinically tested by practic- !
is red enamel outlined in of relaxation and leisure too. After placing jour camera on a ization of the mass inl convention refused to give industrial ing physicians,,tnd further proved
cross I It Is then that you should do a different tripod or some solid support look union organizers a free handin I in everyday home use by millions. I THE ARTMAN PRESS
gold. The words--Service-Amer- kind of shooting. "Shooting"with into the finder and be sure you can dustries. j the Full details of the Plan in each
workers in
I
all
ican Red Cross are in gold let- enrolling package of Vicks VapoRub.
I CITIZEN BUILDING
a camera should not be over see all who are to be included in the Trade
The industries.
A. F. L. was founded on: mass production
ters.It looked for it is with snapshots that picture. Set the diaphragm at /.8 or 453
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is shown that at the begin- you can make a picture record of U. S. 4, open the shutter after hay the trade union plan, but it has'! union organizers were permitted. _._. Million Vkk Aids Used Yearly j '
ning of the World War :Miss Cap- your trip and enjoy your expedition ing been set for "time" and then risen to a place of power through! over the bitter protest of their opponents or Better Control of Cold I -_ -_--. :- -,:>. : -=-- =- : -.1

pick was in government service, over and over for years to come. flash the bulb. Be sure to close the the unions in the mass production' to enroll craftsmen em-
industries. --- --- -
also serving as secretary of the Your snapshots can picture ;your shutter immediately after the flash. 'ployed in these -- ---
U. S. Civil Service examining I trip from the time you and your It is not necessary to have the industries such as coal, steel and I' Fight Within

board. In this latter capacity she I hunting pals load your duffel bags room in total darkness when the automobiles. j Thus rebuffed, the leading in-
was instructed to make daily contacts -, guns blankets and other equipmentuntil flash Is made but be sure that a Politically Significant I dustrial unions in the A. F. L. set I An Index To

with Red Cross, Y. M. C. A.I, your return with-we hope- bright light is not shining directly From a political standpoint the up an organization of their own ,
your trophies. Into the lens of the camera. themselves to
head-
and Knights of Columbus and pledged fightas
Space will not permit enumerat- Make your camera an Importantpart outcome of the controversy is im-
quarters for the purpose of plac-! a unit for their principles.
I ing all the picture possibilities on of your hunting equipment and portant. ., theCommittee = RELIABLE
ing' men in occupations for which The group chose for a name
such trips. Picture taking opportunities on your return have a picture story Industrial unionists contend :
their services best fitted, and it a to dhow for Industrial Organ-
however seem to have the to your friends. '
matter of record that through the that unit:unionization means add-,ization. '
.habit of appearing at the most'un- JOHN VAN GUILDER.
efforts of this local woman cooperating "political"- ; power-for labor. The! Informed labor leaders do not
e
with these agencies. I' expect Lewis to attempt to lead
many men were placed where ..... .. .......;. possibility mass .organization'as the member unions on the Com- ; fiRMS
Most WPA Projects I well as increased ability to I )
their services were rendered more Ten Reasons : mittee for Industrial Organization -
efficiently to the government ard Stopped Today: ;,On 'f '. Why Boys fight-, company unions' (orgamzedl); out of the A. F. L. Rather. ;

their morale raised. .' Demand Ot:'Yorkers'I .: Should Carry Papers ore closiOn industrial, lines through in- they expect to see the fight between -

:"During the past ten years :Miss i..i..w ....... ..... 'of all workers) would be I industrial and trade union

Cappick served the local :ists confined to bitter struggle \
chapter had.The a .
(Continued ,from Page One) .1.. It grooms a boy for,a bet.ter trade union leaders, on the I Ii
as publicity director and secretaryof I I'i i for supremacy within the fed rai -
tbe made effective in the current job. other hand, represent the more
the board of directors which' I work 2. It teaches him,to work.. conservative branch of the A. F.j!i tion.
fOLLOW TOE ARROWAnd !
positions she resigned Nov. 1. i period."E.. A." PYNCHOX, i 1 I ,3.4. It It raises makes the him dependable standard *.of L. They are inclined oppose a to' labor the doctrine partyand j i-- 'MONROE THEATERZasu \

Admin strator."
LOW
CASTE
HINDUS I his future. that capital and labor essentially'] Pitts-Hugh O'Connell in

ABJURE OLD FAITH "I in my capacity as director of I,j 5. It gives him valuable ex- are at one in their interests. I THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN

i the District WPA, report daily perience. The last convention of the A.iF. Tim McCoy in You Will Find In This
SHOCKING GANDHI ---
the number of men coming to j 6. It gets the boy acquainted L. in Atlantic City saw the BRANDEDMatia.ee

my "' ._1.... Pre*.) work on projects,' Mr. Gilfond.I!with 7. people.It teaches a boy to breach between the industrial and''! : Balcony, lOc; Orchestra Which Aim
go trade unionists widened. The for- I5-20c; Night: 15-25e Directory Stores
NASIK. India. Dec. 3.-Symbolizing said "If an insufficient numberof ahead and work for himself. ,

:; their decision to leave, men report for work, on any', 8. It teaches a boy the value I

the Hindu fold a large'gathering!, project, it is assumed by the'! of money he has earned. To Serve and'PJe'ase You. They

of youths from the "depressed!. State office that the people do,i I 9. It shows that he has initiative ,
classes publicly burned' sacred not want to work. When such a and power to create ideas. VI i IT -
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Hindu books here. I I, situation exists, the project is, 10. It teaches the fundamentals Invite Yotf'To' Visit Them!
Including a copy of theta.Js of :closed down by the Jacksonville'1! of big business. "

Mann, the ancient Hindu law I office. This holds for the sewer'i -- ..- .- '. --', 'f. (}(fh

giver, and others upholding' the l: work as well as for any other stead of working four days per -._H ._ .4- IA I ... ) .

doctrine of untouchability, the! project. I II j week as at present, they will work '--.- ...,.' ,
books were thrown on a pyre to I I "Of course! no man who did not five days, and instead of receiving I -- '

the accompaniment of "funeral work today will be paid for the i I $24.20 per month in the case of E I LIQUORS-BEER I! SERVICE STATION I II I SHOE REPAIRING

orations" and with dramatic I I day. If men report for work tomorrow day laborers, they will receive $30 L lot \
: month. AI R
per
they still have
solemnity. a chance to:
Resolutions were passed that'I work in the extra two days for I r ___ ,, CURRO'S PLACE i I SWEETING'S SERV. STA. i GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP

untouchables should neither visit j the first half-month payrolL" : LDS' L Daval At PetronU Street I: Paint Job That Hold Up I 4 I H. Diamandi, Prop.

holy places nor give money to I At the present time hours per, 6 6 C Package Liquor of All Kind Expert Starter and Gen. Service Old Shoes Made As Good As New

Hindu priests. I I month worked by WPA laborers 6 and ce7WEEK Beer and Wine i i Paon 79-J For Jiffy Service i 612 Duval! Street

A sensation was caused recently and other on projects are 128;i FEVERfirst

when Dr. Atabedkar: their leader,! Older 'the new schedule they will. day
exhorted a mass meeting of the I be 160 hours per month an increase -' Uq.i4 -TaLlet. HEADACHES PHOTOGRAPHYi i iI FISHDEMERIIT BAKERIESMALONEY&

depressed classes to abandon Of 32 hours per month. In- S.U. NMC Dr.pi in 30 minute 7fbEC.815 'I

Hinduism and adopt "any other -_ .. ._- a f ESTEVEZ STUDIO I BROS. FISH PEACOCKBakers

religion which gives you equalityof You'll Like The Print We Make! COMPANY of Baker Boy Bread
status and treatment." He said
Photo Eoglargiag A Specialty Specializing ia Fresh Fish Cakes and Pastries
he had decided to change his re
ligion. 606 Duval Street I Foot of Front Street Phone 818 812 Fleming St.

When informed of Doctor Am- Oversea Transportation Co. I Phone 44 Free Delivery

bedkar's speech Mahatma Gandhi : PLUMBINGTHOMPSON I PRESSING
said it seemed unbelievable. but if I OWNED AND OPERATED BY II COFFEE
true it was an unfortunate FEATURES Miami will be in holiday garb for Air I
especially when t'vent,1 AL WILLIAMS Race Week] December 8 to 14.Exciting PLUMBING I FERNANDEZ &
untouchability Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West ;rHigh: Spee4 Stun1; is.CLEM Miami .
was on its last legs. He said a I, SOHN is at its best. Colorful COMPANYGet TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS GONZALEZDry

change of faith would not serve' I. His Famra* B*..WfacDelayed uniforms mingle with the gay resort Our Prices Firt" Ak Your Grocer For Geaaiag-Pressiag
REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT -. Opea Dc" J.mp. attire of winter visitors. Sports pro-
the untouchables' cause. II Sheet Metal Work, Dayton Pump 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE First: Clue Alterations
-THREE MEN 0gram.: including dog racing, is in full ,
SERVICE BETWEEN: S FLYINGwTRAPEz K"in swing. Shops and stores' offer wide* 132 Simonton St. Phono 536' Half Pound Pkg.. lOc I 928 Division s..
The nazi workers' organization, *
Army Stunt Teaai. varieties of novel merchandise for
"Power Through Joy," made sea\ Key West and MiamiNOW -THREE MUCS Christmas shopping.
CLUBSFor
trips possible this past summer O'comedy" CLEANINGPRESSING'VOGUE DRUGS
CSrfliaB The Miami
for Germans. Stnt Ail-American Air Maneuvers
133,000 MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST Team-Aauzi aar crown the week with a fitting Recreation Visit
WORLD R CORD climax. The CLEANERS ORIENTAL PHARMACY
year's greatest concentration -
The art of engraving stones is a
believed to have originated in -ON- SHAM BATTLES of civil and military aircraft I. J. CaQeja. Prop. Ii THE NAVY CLUB EmIUo Rocaero, Prop.

south TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND With Armj-NaTr- great names,spectacular flYIng.hair- Suits! Cleaned and Pressed 25c Greene St. Opp. Western Uaioa. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Mesopotamia. Maria LBIU, raising stunting-more thrills than
SATURDAY MORNINGSWE AERIAL you've ever before seen crowded into 1 Day Service-Nest Cuban Cab. Yon Are WelcomeBAKERY Phone 379 1000 D val Street
SMOKE-SCREEN
I[ PALACE I FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Di_ Bombi.c.; three short afternoons. POULTRYIf t

SERVICE Plan to come to Miami for Air Race
Ricardo Cort .z-Dorotby Page Week There will be ample accommo

-inMANHATTAN- I OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET dations. Hotel rates will be from $2 yo. .... looking for POULTRYvisit I BUSY BEE BAKERY

l MOON to $4 per or call raae Pies! .... Pastry I ,
Two Comedies I TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 ..
II Fulford's Poultry Farm f. Try BUSY BEE BREAD
Matinee 10-lSc; Night: 15-25c
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