The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00368
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ANqd ted Preu.Day War, Mjjc\) 1!tp? Wczt1( tn" .', most Key West equable Florida weather, has In chi the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the '7 d range country of; only with 14' an Fahrenheit average



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Different'* Views''' 'IIS.I'IJfI.I'1. I TYSIX ENROLLMENTS 321. COUNTY; ROAD AND Here Today By :Administrator

SHOWN THAT THIS IS SAFE I Instructions Halting Opera-
Should Go In Attack I Ellis Hollums-, managing I Mrs M. E. Berkowitz, chair An alarm from Box 321, at I t RETURN TO WORK AT

On "New Deal"I editor of the Miami Herald in i I SECTION TO LIVE IN man of the Red Cross Membership County Road and Second street,' NER II I I SAME NUMBER HOURS tions Received From

I a letter to M. E. Gilfond, I called the fire department to the

WPA administrator, expresses Drive* in Key West reports rapid I I Cortez Cigar Factory building Protesting workmen are readyto Headquarters In Jacksonville -
thanks for advertising (Homestead Enterprise) i from which smoke was coming. Key West is one of the cities
strides the to the quota
along path
PLUMMER Out of 346 hurricanes on rec- I go back to work WPA
By HERBERT folder and booklet on Key Arriving firemen found a pile singled out in the winter booklet o. projects -
OF Aill' Preaal ord less than half dozen have : goal during the past 24 hours. At !
West recently sent. Mr. Hol- a of boxes in a section at the rear provided the scale of ,
WASHINGTON Dec. 4,-While lums letter follows: reached the lower east coast of: 2:45 o'clock today the record i of the building burning. Apparatus I issued by the Atlantic Coast Line wages

his advice may not be taken, Republican "Dear Gil: I Florida so when compared to the i showed 386 enrollments, with other Number 3 was used to subdue the as being one which should never I $30 per month, is mad effective, With the exception of sev-

politicians realize the "Many thanks for your I hazards the rest of the country I prospects. I flames. i be left out from the itinerary of with the number of hours, 128 eral projects all WPA
beautiful new booklet on Key I ac-
is subjected to this section is : Yesterday atte at the came travelers in Florida. month remain
noon per to as Lereto-
_warning of former Senator Fess West Guide and and folder the Key which West arrived a pretty safe place to live in,i i"Farmer" hour reports received recorded: I. COUNTY BOARD I The article describes Key West, fore. tivities were stopped todayby

of Ohio that if the G. O. P. is to Florida as "the southernmoat WPA Administrator M.
E. H. Dunn former and
recently. You are doing names of 250 members none
with the "new deal about the best in I I i MEEKTOtflGHT city in the Untied States where Chairman A'valo of the workmen's -
compromise job meteorologist of the New York of the'assistants for the chairman E. Gilfond, on instructionsfrom :
Florida in publicizing i I I I there is n. smoke, no dust fend the committee and others of
the party might as well endorse your weather bureau station,said in an bad-the'+vaguest idea that by this Jacksonville
town. Mr. Shutts asked I i the called at The: Citizen Shortly
me group
address to the Redland District afternoon the goal of 400 would only one in which frost has never I
Roosevelt for reelection and let to express his appreciation Improvement Association Mon I', be 'almost in sight, said the chair- Regular monthly Meeting' of '! been recorded. Occupying the office today and stated they would after 10 o'clock this morningthe
also for material have
it go at that has some merit. I sent him." you day night in Redland school audi' ,jman. the Monroe board of' mtntyve All members of the local chap- missioners will be' held 8 Block Marvelous above arrangements were announced -
There is real difference ol tori m. fishing and bathing. '
a I 1'.I1".iY.l Mr. Dunn attrituted'the- insufficiency 1 ,te?' Joel assured that before the tonight in the office'of Clerk ROts Coif 'The only open air tropical by the WPA director. following:

opinion among Republicans on the *' final returns 'are sent to headquarters C. Sawyer. ... ., Aquarium in the world is in Key Before the announcement made: "Key West Ha.,
weather bureau re
question of how far they should(ST. PETERSBURG of ; Key West will once Nothing other than "routine, West. The P. and O. S. S. Co. yesterday by Administrator )I. E.. "December, 1935
ports on approaching hurricaneto again have played her part and matters are scheduled] for consideration provides over night service be- Gilfond that an increase of prac- "Following instrne t i o n s

go in their assaults on the "new I the discontinuance of rigid ex-] "gone over the top" in the Red j it was said by Mr. Saw tween Port Tampa and Key West tically 25 per cent in the monthlypay I from Jacksonville WPA

deal" in the coming campaign. TO GET P. O. SHIP aminaticns which were in force Cross drive. yer. and a lovely day trip between Key of laborers had been granted manual work projects will
with an addition of 32 hours close of today.
when the weather bureau was' --, '- '- ----- West and Havana." to as
Many feel as Fess does-thai One of a number of illustrations the monthly work period,,. the requirements This applies to all work
SERVICE CUBA under the direction of the war
there,should be no pulling of : department. He bluntly stated I' in the folder is a reproduction -'I were for 128 hours' supervisors, foremen, and

punches in '36. Others are of the that after the department of I I I ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS 1 of a photograph of the en- monthly with pay of $24.20. The; workmen. Nobody assigned
trance to the new scale of wages provides for to a non-operatiig project
belief that it will be a mistake to agriculture took evethe weather aquarium.DISCOVER i
clamp down too severely on STEAMSHIP CUBA WILL CALL bureau, the rigid examinations i $30 monthly and 160 hours work.I: will be paid daring the time
The committee said they had aI the project is in suspension.
agencies such as the A'AA with its AT THAT PORT CN ITS WAY were eliminated and wea- Pails Dividend TRACESOF II
benefit checks to the farmers. ther forecasting jobs became Happenings That Affect theDinner meeting last night following the "M. E. GILFOND.

Would Eliminate Sons TO PORT TAMPA AND HAVANA political plums. I Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National meeting in the park and decided "District Director.
they would back to work at "District 5, WPA."
I go
Another of Fess' observations A program of vrudeville. arranged and International Problems Insep- LOST VILLAGE the scale of $7.50
wages. weeklyon Asked; if there
coming as it does from a member : ;: by "Steve" Brodie, Miami I arable From Local Welfaresuch a basis of'four work days of were any prf'jects -
of the Republican old guardin fireman and air of W. M. Brodie eight hours each week. to continue Mr. Gilf"n
a pivotal state like Ohio, attracted of Redland.' was presented by a tttf Ala't'.t There told The Citizen the sanitary 1'10-
were also two other
the attention of politician I St. Petersburg(Tampa Tribune will be)added to group of Miami entertainers.The I Biggest business news of many as the automobile and ma- .FRA IKFURT-ON MAIN, Germany -1 I stipulations mentioned which. Jects, i including garbage removal!

here. ; the itinerary of the P. &. O. steamship Improvement Association I weeksw as the announcement of chinery makers are naturally 'I Dec. .-Traces: of the village I would have to be worked oat between and! mosquito elimination Would

"Candidates are mere incidents line between Tampa and Ha- voted a resolution o: respect and the reciprocal trade agreement strong for it. Businesses which ) Mittel-Ursel which geolog- the committee and the ad- eontine. C. A. Tanner, in

of importance," he said, "only I vana beginning:: Dec. 22. ArthurR. family sympathy of to Charles be -extended W. Chase to secretary the I between this country and Canada.It see in increased Canadian exports ists had vainly sought for several ministration the chairman said, charge of sanitary work said that

measured by the philosophy ad. Savage Tampa! agent for the is also making big political i ia decades were, found by workersconstructing which have nothing to do with the
of the Miami Beach Chamber menace to their markets and' workmen's committee had
news-the document was no sooner -
vocated. the a new auto read either
To talk about !I line, announced yesterday. The I wages or working hours.
of Commerce, who died re signed, than reverberationswere current price structures, are worried near here. agreed on this.
Republicans considered candidates Steamship Cuba will call at that l Members of the committee and
men who voted for the AAA!i!i i port on its. way to Port Tampa cently. President Johnston explained heard from various- parts of and angry. i Mittei Ursel "disappeared"t the chairman: have! been.at, Bays = The aewi9r!; room find' .division
that Mr. Chase bad
several Most bitter have far *
the protests so
'or NRA "or'e otter socialistic I and Havana.- the- country which held" three centuries ,ago during the]([View Park since 8 o'clock this of research and statistic! would,
times gone out of his way President had "sold them, down I come from the timber interests. of civil strife in the Thirty
nostrums including the financial Arrangements for the new service ravages morning discussing the situation
also the work at tho
to be of service to the associa- The entire Pacific Northwest, and J'
the river". There is also con- Years'
masquerading inflation, the silver I were made in a conference be- war. (with interested citizens.
tion. siderable criticism of the fact that I a large part of the balance of the naval station which is being conducted
debauch and the wild spending, tween P. & O. officials and City
the President worked in secrecy, i northern part of this country, by the navy under the
raises the question 'Why don'tthe : Manager A. F. Thomasson of St.
Republicans endorse Roosevelt;: Petersburg. I I PARK DEPARTS did not consult many industries : lives on lumber. Canadian competition -, I supervision of Lieutenant V, m.

and be done with principles of P. J. Saunders president of the involved. : has always been a vexing Democrats Urge Speed Up Of Klaus, U. S. N., communicatit.n

government.' steamship company and Austin i Power to make such agreementswas problem as Canadian lumber is officer in charge.
Were this advice adhered to, William. Jr., assistant general conferred on the Executive produced by super-cheap labor, Rep&gingjk 4 question Stir Gil-
branch of the Con- largely oriental and can be sold Various
freight and both government by Activities In
the names of several men in the passenger agent Campaign
senate prominently mentioned as of Jacksonville. and Mr. Savage gress before last. The President I cheaper, even when transport ,fond s& lp&d not know bow

candidates for the Republican I I I met with the St. Petersburg men ; DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF is authorized to make sweeping charges are added.Fonner,tariff l long tLel! suspension ordfr would!'

nomination automatically woul; to complete the arangements. i changes in tariff rates on practically against Canadian lumber was By Auel Intel; Preu) < ,'t fie 1n effect. Until the men re-
I The Cuba will dock at the Bay- LIGHTHOUSES INSPECTED : I I all commodities. Several $1.00 per thousand board. feet By HERBERT PLUMMER individuals turn that
be eliminated from the picture by,,' I I I could be. In the last to work provided Ii
other been plus excise tax of $3.04
have an
agreements put per
doro docks for and
Fess strictures. passengers PROPERTY HERE WASHINGTON' Dec. 4.Fean i session of within reasonable time
freight throughout the winter I into effect during the last two thousand board feet. New agreement congress the.senate be-

Where would Senator Borah,I I season' and. if patronage warrants I II years, but have caused relatively, cuts both of these in half, are being expressed privately'. came accustomed to hearing the How long that time would I I"*

for example. find himself if Fess'advice it will continue as a year- little comment, in that the agree' making a total duty against the Democrats in the diminutive Virginian deliver blistering he did not know. He is act'nz;::
were to be followed Much Deputy Commissioner of Light i among some
round service. I 1:i' ing countries were smalL Canada, Canadian producers of $2.00 instead attacks on the monetary! under instructions from Jack-on-
of that which the former Ohio I
senator condemns found supportin The P. & O. Steamship com houses Chas. A. Park who madean j''I'with its great timber and agricul of $4.00. Pacific North capital that machinery at national views held by Eccles. vOId and will do as instructed h<'
pany also will establish an officein tural resources and its nearness': west producers looking nervouslyacross \
of the local offices is not
inspection headquarters gearedto said.
Borah. St. Petersburg, and an officeof I Ito I the U. S" is a horse of an entirely the border into British Co- Glass had nothing to say publicly
What about Senator Vanden the United States customs serv- and property yesterday morning different color. lumbia's vast timber areas say I the speed which conditionsnow about the Eccles statement.

berg of Michigan? Much of the ice will be established there, as and went to Sand Key on the I I Canadian concessions are many.I that they face ruin. that the $2.00 warrant Privately he said and thought
"new deal" j CHRISTMAS SEALS
legislation was sup- required for entering and clear Tender Ivy, returned to Key Duties on 180 different Canadian, cut win make it impossible for plenty. i iI i
ported by him. ing the ship from and to a foreign I:imports-from this country have them to meet the competition.,Administration ;i "jThere's nothing suggestive of 1
West and left in the
by plane ; The
i important thing is that Ec-
Ohio Plan? port. (i b e i ithef reduced or eliminated' answer.is* that cheaper revolt uneasiness.' I 1I j BEINGSENTOUT
-just I
It, has been rumored for sometime afternoon for! Miami en NUiteljr Examples: 50 per cent I prices will stimulate buildingand open {I des has yet to have his job con-!I

that Ohio Republicans planto Charleston, S. C. route.JI cot nth t i duty on agricultural i that, as Canada,, is limited to : Mr. Hoover's assault on the firmed by the senate. Desig-i Ij i *"

put up a favorite son in tho CUBA ARRIVES It was intended that. 'I aehineryjhnd 25 to 80 per cent: an annual export of 2 .O.ooo.OOOboard "new deal" before the Ohio State I Inated by the President in September -|
state preferential presidential primary missioner would go to American I cuts inuthe duties on other majchinery7 : feet of Douglas 'fir and I! to be chairman of the

next spring. The move i iv FRO .HAVANA Shoals lighthouse but Superintendent i said to have the support of the Ranging from"'25 to 50 cent berman will be better off j ja the There newly organized federal reserve, '
W. W. Demeritt, wjie) accompanied -I' per ;: point. : were those who I'
former postmaster general and Mr. Park on the trip, de- I to I,duty at"all on oranges during, long run. However, many observers system Eccles must run the senate -!

political lieutenant of Hoover- } cided that with the high'seas running .! the four months from January say that signing of the thought the former President, gauntlet during the coming:
Walter Brown, Republican, na yesterday landing at ,the !i through April; abolition of the treaty has made it virtually im should have been a.sweredth... 'session of congress. i ii

tional committeeman from Ohio. LAST EVENING WITH lighthouse would be unsafe, especially I i duty on magatines. substantial, possible for the President to carry i Senator- Glass absented himself]; Uncle Sam's faithful mail carriers -
The strategy is to make it im for one unaccustomed I: reductions in the duties on auto-I) the northwestern states in the and there" by some one of comparable -, from, the meeting of the banking'' are this week delivering: to

possible for an outsider unacceptable : '. LARGE: FREIGHT to doing so.SEVEN I mobiles. radios refrigerators! next election. I rank i. the Democratic' and currency committee when Ec-j, the homes of thousand! of Floridians .

to them to come in and grab I:etc. In addition, Canada agreesto One thing seems certain: cles was confirmed as governor of j letters extolling the worthof

off an instructed Ohio delegationto put the U. S. in the "most favored )t ficiaries of the treaty both beDe-1 party. I the federal reserve system. | the program of Florida Tuberculosis -

the Republican national con- I II Steamship Cuba, of the P. and ARRIVE I I nation" classification. This: and in Canada will be the Charles !Michelson director of; What hell do when Eccles is up I and Health Association and

vention. O. S. S. company arrived from I means that all U. S. exports toe]: sumers. Many products ;;for confirmation as chairman of its affiliated organizations.The .

Some believe those in control)I I Havana yesterday afternoon with I II | HEREON PLANE(I Canada will be subjected to duties'I II ; cheaper at retail than in the publicity for,the Democratic na-,the board-.a four-year tenure of;; letters carry to Floridians

of Republican machinery in Ohio two first and five second class: I as low as those of any other country past.At there is I tional committee, keeps a weekly''office-may" be another proposiJtion 17.000,000 teals with letters telling -
\ devised such a plan for the express passengers for Key West; one I : with the exception of the writing grow- : I jI j of the work which seals bought
purpose of heading off Senator I first and three second class passengers British Empire. ing talk of taking the agreementto flow of comment from national I Townsendit, Strength I j I last year made possible in local
Borah. The for Tampa. RESERVATIONS MADE BY TEN I court, to. test its constitutionality. "j Politicians
Idaho senator ; Canada naturally expected a I here, especially communities, the state and na
I in the mails. "Dis-
is said to plan entering a numberof The vessel's sailing for Tampa -I TO LEAVE THIS AFTERNOON I good deal in return for all this.!', headquarters i those intimately concerned with i tion.

state primaries although: he- I was delayed by the necessityof I and she got it. U. S. concessions; has pelling the Fog," he calls it. i personal fortunes in '36, eyed! Tnbereelosis associations I ar-
The Digest poll '
has made no definite commitmentsas loading 1,800 sacks of flour, I f'include reductions in tariffs and; Literary with real concern the congressional -! counting on returns from. these
yet. which were brought in Tuesday I:excise charges against more than never been wrong. Some Don't be surprised if Michelson'soffice primary in Michigan just tiny stickers to continue their.

In Ohio for a candidate, to enter I L but had to be sent back to Tam-I I 50 items. Examples: Reduction have polls suggested be used that to its determinethe preelection staff, before the campaignof #!' held to fill a Republican vacancy! fight against the mot vigoroa-

the preferential primary he I pa. The .shipment was 2,742 Plane from Miami i arrived this I, in duties on cattle from one-third!' winner, thus saving the government j in the house. II | ,enemy of'mut-tuberculosis. More
must declare himself a candidate i sacks of which only 942 sacks I to one-half; 50 per cent cut in the' attendant '36 gets under way seriously, is j Out of the five contentants. the' than 1.000 persons die anually in
morning schedule with seven the vast -
and give written permission to l were for Key West. I II" on !liquor tariff, from $5.00 to $2.50j: expense election.The I[candidate who was an avowed ad'-]Florida of tuberculosis even though

enter his name. Whether Senator I" Steamship Ceiba!: of the Stand passengers as follows: Edward W. per gallon; 43 per cent slash in! on a national has now started a i augmented-with big names. t ivocate of the Townsend old-age: during the past 25 years death

Borah will do so, only he.' ard Fruit and Steamship com-' Barkley. lola Williams. .Frank. J. I the duty on cream; 50 per cent* new poll Digest whether or not "You The Eccles Statement pension plan not only captured j have been reduced by one-naif
knows right now. Ping i pany from, arrived Philadelphia in port this took morn-fuel Wentz, Max Brombacher, FrankJ. I cut in the lumber tariff and excise -' now approve the acts and policiesof The, statement of Governor Ec-Ithe nomination but amassed al Most of the letters finding their

I Griffin. Lawrence Jackson and tax. In some cases notably!' the Roosevelt New Deal to vote equal to that of the other, way into Florida home contain
ij oil from the Porter Dock cles of the federal reserve board
NOTICE j I: company Captain Tom Newman. I I cattle and various types of lum- date Not enough return has : four. The only candidate who!!i iI 200 seals. Some persons received -
and sailed for Frontera.
;: Reservations have been made ber, Canadian exports under the yet been obtained to give a decisive that Washington will not apply I came out openly against the I Christmas Seal bonds, a substitute -

City taxes are now due and|i i Mexico. by 10 passengers. for the return lower duties are limited in answer-but results are in- the "brakes" to the current boomin Townsend plan ran fourth. The for Christmas Seals which

payable at the office of the city,;,I I II trip 4 o'clock this afternoon. amount. "*" i, teresting. { stocks caused a flurry in Wash-I J other three were non-committal. II is sent to larger contributors.

tax collector. 5 per cent discount'I ; Departures yesterday were: C. I I Big question of course, isj Forty thousand ballots from ington political circles.It I Townsendites, whose strength!} Recipients of Christmas Seal

allowed during the month of December A. Park.. Alexander Lupser, What nation got the most out of five states all of which Mr. promises to bring comment heretofore had been considered{ are asked to spread the message

; 4 per cent in January; 3t l i $ tt\9rdm.S Charles Abbott, Josephine Katzer, I I the agreement! And when it Roosevelt carried in 1932 show or action from Carter Glass of amassed in the'west, sprang; a surI -! of health by using the gay little

per cent in February; 2 per cent, and k Lucretia Hero, Caridad Hero. I comes to answering that. you can. that 53 per cent of the voters are Virginia the "father of the fed-I|prise in Michigan: That showing' seals on all packages and letters

in March and 1 per cent in ApriL! 4liH Jonathan Finder Geneva Pinder,I,get about as many opinions as'' against the New DeaL A similar eral reserve system." I may have real significance on the between now and Chrutosas.

Taxes are delinquent June 1st. WHISKIES AND GINS Carl Rom Hans Heether, Richard I you want. Businesses which see} poll carried on in early 1834, Eccles and the senator, insofaras I[political complexion of things between The sale which opened on

SAM B. PIXDER I I I Steadman, Phyllis Hill. B. C. De-I in the agreement an opportunity, show that 61 per cent were fa- banking legislation is concerned -t I! now and November of next Thanksgiving closes on GkistmasDar.

dec4-7: City Tax Collector. Witt and Archie Lowe. I Ito I increase their Canadian trade,I orable. are about as far apart as two,&year. J .

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AN INVALID VALID LAW :the land route of the road to the ....... .... ........t ........................ boys out of the trenches by

ltel' imtst t:1: 1 t t KEY WEST IN I mainland was made the at important a meeting announcement of- ;Today'sAnniversaries;: : Today In History Christmas.

Published r,-Ujr .Uxcwpt Sunday By According to the law enacted in the DAYS GONE BYUppcaiar ..I the county commissioners' last ...e.................... 1918-President Wilson left
Florida legislature of 1933, the Futch law, night by Assistant County Engineer ;. New York for the Peace Conference -
I. P, AMTXAX, rt..t....tJOr. I ......... 1808-Napoleon entered Madrid
ller. jMt 10 Y..riAgo Clifton G. Bailey. Immediately .... .......... in
AL 4Rti. *..*I.. ., ....-- ]ts.ag.r all delinquent real estate property on thestate's -t Spain, and immediately decreed -
....... The t.tt.t..4i lhttdi.. Today A. Take FromTI the board instructed Clerk 1795-Thomas Carlyle famed abolishment of more than
books had.to be advertised in a >. File Of Tko Citiae. D. Z. Filer to advertise for bids 1932 Seme 26M hunger
Cora.e tts..rr at Aaa gtr .ts English essayist-historian, born SOO-year-old) Inquisition. -
newspaper, one in each county. However for construction of the remainingland l Died Feb. 4, 1881. I marchers arrived m WaMUftJ.
Only.jlany .'t!* k .... Kv.J" W.vt sad uonro. this procedure would have cost the state an At a regular meeting of the portion of the highway. Bids Ir r ton.
'tQ. I I r city council held last night Robert for aH the land portions of the I 1829-British abolished ancient
Entered, at ) ew_' _+ toRM,aa.e@.ad ela. matter immense sum of money, so the newspapers Austin, attorney for Malcolm 1'highway not yet constructed will I 1818-William W. Loring. soldier -i' custom of "suttee", in India- I'
------' ,. signed an agreement not to insist on the Meacham representing the Key be opened January 7, it was an of the Mexican War, Confederate i squired Hindu widow to i immolate KEY WESTCOLONIAL

...-. .--,.... '""- enforcement of the law and published only Wets Foundation company, su.1, nounced. general, Egyptian! army herself on funeral pyre of HOTELIn
...t.I"to __ mitted a plat development covering -] general, born at Wilmington, N. hu!'band. I
1'h. A.la >tiww 14 a.Atatr+:y the list of delinquent taxpayers for the one I
sot r.pabwaetio+. It Aa. v.r.. .Use.au0. '" c-.t.tt04 to i that section, of Meacham tract]', C. Did_in New York City, Dec. !
It pMetNe'p( a 4-.w.l.hkU, I'&lMr and aU.th. I year, thus saving the state some thousandsof now under development and asked j Pine Crest, Key West's most 30, 1886. .* ; I I the Center of ,the Busfeeac
I11t.. yVecb> itrwe j recent apartment house is nearing'completion.
Theater District
that it drawn show 1 and
dollars. be accepted as 1 18 -Nationa Grange-Pat-
- This was formerly the I
\1 a Eat6RIAL II'II't i i One newspaper, the Inverness ing the streets and other items.)I I Kentucky House and has been remodeled rons of Husbandry' organized ini I neat c1a. :F2r.pref-
i After some discussion the council 1822-Frances Power Cobbe.! Washington, D. C, by Dept of :
L'"M.5VU\ "Nc.c into modern to date
.' Chronicle, declined to sign the agreement invitation a up Irish S..iLl. Rat..
: 193.5 I decided to extend an to ;; philanthropist, religious Agriculture employes. At onetime
building, and will when completed
-- -: -rstawmloLrt9EJ- I I and insisted on publishing the entire list Mr. Austin and Mr. Meacham. to favorably with the most writer, pioneer in woman's rights most active politically.1915Ford's I
attend a special meeting of council 'I compare movement born. Died April 5, : Garaf Elevator
and did so. When payment was not forthcoming i modern houses in large -
"T.JF''' .. J. 110.00Rix !
One --- }+ 'n' T-- -1T next Tuesday night when the! 1904. :
Three othS"z': t ---r+- Z -::::::::.= !:: the paper sued for the money due, matter will be discussed in detail J i i|I cities. _____ i "Peace Ship"sailed PopaUr Pric*
on.-Month __--.g- r .aswelly Court of Florida from New York to get the1
-- and recently the Supreme
.n :_,-----r-------sue ===-= :.teADTE&TISLY11 I 1845-John A. Coekenll.
sustained the plaintiff. Captain Clark D. Stearns, U. S.lft. The milk fund drive which the .---
11' :ES II I i Womans Club is toward journalist war corespondent and
all Westers -
Key to sponsoring
Made \Dewn'0& appUcitlea.aPECi.r. Whether the failure of publishing the I urge : give editor born in Adams Co., O.
milk for
and providing undernourished
their assistance in -
every way
NOTICE list by the Florida papers invalidated the I cooperate with him in school children netted i Died in Cairo, Egypt, April 10, CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

respect AU rwidlnr obituary notices notices, card, eta of. will fhanta V!. charged resolution for at of act is not known, possibly will be abstractly I I suitable places for finding'l]I $30.28 during November. j 1896. THE ,
ttwrat of 1* cents a Ita*. I men of the aircraft squadron I
Notice for entertainment by churches from whicha a 1L pendens, until tested in the-1 I live and also to join in entertain-I 1861-Lilian Rn re..ua I. to be deriveC are 5 tent a liDe. I Miss Doris Cates and Miss La- OF KEY WEST
The Cltlsva I* an open fcru".a.1\ Invite courts, though this is not likely unless I ing them and making pleasant', opera star and stage beauty, born
lon of public issues and .1I 'e.-= of .cal or signatory newspapers renege, which is their stay in Key West. They are dorna Saunders, of the school of at Clinton, Iowa. Died in Pita j' a. at the cJ.! .. of t>..in... NovM-W 1, 1935,
interest but U wllUnot publish tusunyrrn 4ISCU.-1 '' music of the Convent of Mary;
burgh. June 6 1922-
for'several ,
catl_ probable. to arrive January and remain Immaculate will be heard in at Comptroller'. Call
months in these waters
I piano recital next Wednesday: RESOURCESLoans
doing torpedo practice and a !l
evening in the convent audito- 1865-Edith Cavell, the English -
IMPROVEMEfTS- FOR VtYADVC : N EST routine of maneuvers. .I rium. An excellent selected pro- : nurse executed by the Germans :i and Investments_ 304,746.10
':', CATEI' B\ TII C'lTIZENI : SIDELIGHTSBy .1 gram has been arranged. as a spy born. Died Oct. Overdrafts ..______.;_. 85.14
-..- Thomas F. Duckett, formerly of I I 12. 1915. I 1 r 3aakmg House, Furniture
of .Key West but now of I I I and Fixtures __ 33.S20.7
1. Si has been signally honored l\Itami'1]I I Mtriano ifenendei. world ,- renowned Stock of the Federal Reserve -
Water'and 1865 Luther Gulick American
: 1 MARCY B. DARNA Knights of Columbus by being tenor soloist and Victor specialist in physical eJuca- II.t Bank .,,..,,. ,_.. ... : 4,800.00
Federal Do-
: Euad Main Temporary
2. Bridges to concrete' to
Former Editor of The Key West Citia. elected grand knight of the Miami!1 artist is billed to appear fn con-1 l i tioa. born in Honolulu (of American pout Insurance Fund 1954.01
:: land. council for the coming year. Mr.! cert in Key West Saturday and missionary parentage). DieJ United States Govern-
s. Free Port. Duekett, while a resident of Key!'i Sunday evenings. 1 r>.n Maine\ Aug. 13, 1918.'Today's ment Obligations direct .
An branch of vocational
interesting _Wesl'married Miss Iris Pritchard.! I and fully guaranteed _. __
I r: 4. Hotels and Apar.n.eik.C. training has been established at the Dad sister !of Reginald Pritchard. j I An automobile accident occurred : ........................I 1602,788.13
Other Marketable Bonds
I Bathing r.nii: ? ton School for young women in New York,! ; ; ---- I ast evening at the corner'!'' Horoscope and Securities 178.6S8.49

6. Airport Laad and Sea. where each class will have the care of a morning Barge from Sherwog Mobile arrived Ala., with this of when Southard a Nash and car'William driven by streets Mrs.:; ................5....... :I I'I Cash and due from Banks 277,578.38 I,059..S5.0GI

:': 7. Consolidation of County and City real, live baby for two years. It may be 2,000,000 feet of lumber and O. Lundquist collided with a Ford,, Today's native will be passionate I H Jl.494.245.0l
Governments. fine experience for the Dalton girls, but docked at the Porter Dock com- driven by a chauffeur known as: and probably compas3ionate.]I
i l .: how about the babies? pany to be unloaded. All of the. "Solee". Both cars were badly 1 I[ The mind may be given to the LIABILITIES
lumber will be sent by rail to damaged. : gratification of the senses, or the I! Capital leo.oeoot
points in the state. pushing of a selfish idea; pos Surplus and Undivided Profits 64,2 '7.ie
;:Among problems that agitate Smart women of Prague, Czecho- William Ged the Scotchman: sibly to a degree that will render !I i Deposits ___ .. 1,240,037.85
feeble minds is, "how high is up?" Editorial comment: One of the who invented stereotyping, patentied 1 them iica'Jy delusive. There
slovakia, are now wearing hats adorned greatest proofs of mediocrity is his invention in 1725. j I seems to be some ambition for 1 f I 11.404, 45.01
with tiny American flags. The fad is due the inability to recognize superiority I position; and wealth perhaps.
How some people can go ahead and to the admiration for the United States of when it appears. Geisha is a Sino-Japanese word]'i i mainly. for selfish reasons, and I Member of Federal Reserve Sy. ..

bu _automobiles while they are deeply in Vaclav Cekan, who virtually dictates wom- meaning "person of pleasing ac-' yet there is a good heart und rI -I I Member of Federal Deport lataranc C.rporatl.
Completion of the of all complishments. I I neath.
debt is honest .
; something men fail to un en's hat fashions in his country, he beingPrague's : I
derstand. -
foremost milliner.
I Pr ',- :;' .....,. "
-. I -r- : ; : :
;.There: are people In Key West who An Alabama newspaper prints this t

have never made a success of anything except -
wail from former reliefer "These
a : relief -
telling how other folks ought to run people have sure ruined me. They told a i A I
their: me they would give me a set of false teeth. _._ -

They had my teeth pulled out and then the

We must confess not laving seen,the relief was cut off. Now I can eat nothing
usual Thanksgiving Proclamation; issued but soup."

yearly by the President. TV as this omis-

sion premeditated or did some secretary
Another new use for cotton is seen in 6
a':i ,1 > r
blunder? the building of a runway at the airport in

Newark, N. J. The runway will be 700
"The 1935 legislature must accept the feet long and 200 feet wide, and more than -- '

blame for short-term schools says the Sara- 15,000 square yards of cotton fabric will '
sota Herald, but what's one more little be used as a reenforcing underlayer. A' .

blame at a door-step already cluttered stretch of highway similarly reenforcedwas :: e

with illegitimate offspringsMiamiNews. recently built in Mississippi.The r'


family of Mark Rothschild in

A business man who is domiciled Montclair, N. J., were not permitted to get

his own building has the advantage 'iJ'j I lonesome after discharging their butler. 5 v ,4A M C

his competitor who is not so happllj Their doorbell was kept ringing almost con- .

situated, in that he need not constantly stantly by delivery men and boys bringing -

squirm under the threat of conviction if he unordered merchandise, including a tur-

fails to pay his rent. key, a case of beer, a chauffeur's uniform -, ,

1 .:- and a bicycle. Dozens applicants) applied :a_.. -- .L- ,, 1ti

The handwritera in Washington are for a job advertised in a local'news- I

bu;:y scribbling. polit5?:-ai omensjjn,th"! \jflrall paper. The butler was arrested and con- I

these day' In a few weeks the legislative fessed to perpetrating the "practical =e .' .

halls will\ be filled with SEnatorsand, Rep- jokes." ; ,4I

resenstatives, convening for the second session -

of the 74th Congresc. "That will theydo A Harvard professor says "It is

? What will they be ,ked to do? egregious obscurantism to postulate that

syncopation in harmonization has an im- .

The potato law whit:' has gone into moral connotation." The WashingtonPost I ,. .

effect should make the J"Tie-grown spud comes to the rescue by translating the } F

more popular than everif one buys any professor's dictum to mean that jazz won't
for mild
potatoes now, they must I'Uan a government hurt one's morals, if any. r-,

stamp, and don'tet the sub-

terraneum tuber, if "bootlegged," may Mayor EL J. Kelley of Chicago suggests with Southern Sunshine n'

put you in jail. Grow th-:n yourself and a national law to restrict the speed of filled ,

ayoid the penalty. pleasure cars to 50 miles an hour. The

only way to really restrict speed would be : ..-

Mussolini Lust be in a jam; he is be- to make cars incapable of going more'thanthe -. -.. --the farmer who grows the tobacco .'.

ccrning more irritated and more inconsistent prescribed limit. And with a fool at --the warehouseman hosellsit.at -

in hid utterances. In.one instancehe the steering wheel a car going 25 miles an .
complains that the leajrus' of Nationsis hour is a menace.J. auction to the highest bidder. 9 .

squeezing: out" Italy 1s economic life,

and in another he says that it is not the N. (Ding) Darling, famed cartoonist '. : -every man who knows about leaf tii .

economic side of the sanctions but their has resigned as chief of the United 4 .
f. tobacco-will tell that it takes -
.. you re .
moral character which enrages him. States Bureau of Biological Survey. Witha '

hot campaign coming on, the veteran :.. .t mild, ripe tobacco to make a good T o J
f fthey're
Air travel is just beginning. It will artist probably could not bear the thought i" : { -cigarette; and this is the kind we ..- milder
multiply and increase. Planes will be of keeping out of it. He is a Republican. I l

cheaper, landing places more available, ; ;- buy CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes. -they taste better

and more people will operate them. Improved Nudists, or even semi-nudists, would I .. \--)1":1: :. :

appliances will make such tra.ele.en fare badly in Canton, China. There the <,"'-- "; .' ...': :: -" -', '- i U -keep,lhat.tnmt'nd.

safer than it now is. Automobile authorities forbid women to appear in the : '-' a- ( >. ','.
: ::
travel may be comparable at no, far-distant streets unless their dresses cover elbowsI > .

day to the old horse-and-buggy cpesJ: and! :! knees, and men manot go about in ; : '. '
j I c l; .
comfort. pajamas or 01si..lascarf a I1rw Toaloro Co, : _

coa'i /.. .. '. .T'viM .. .....
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1' ..........t.........eeeee ....................... Grand Rapids!; Ohio. 64 yean


......................e* William J. Sears Florida's representative

(ft: 41 JoaaeM; x.:. > a SPORTSBY I Charles O. Morrison .of Chicago in the House of Kef
reseatatives bra at SmtthvUte,
.................eee.ece clergyman-editor of the ,
afpt t rata:.1":::'* .*. tan worth. It disappeared from the Christian Century born at Ham Ga. 61 yean' ago.
e : taterat 1 i
Advertisements under this head j
house about the time of dcparture.
fk. ranuicortfc Caaaak. 0y Torn your son. Ohio, 61 years ago
*'arJ n sad Ait easy. 4*w. Farmwort *- It was found IB a boat 1.1 will be Inserted in The Citizen! at l i Gin derives its name from a
*. ... i_K>a .. liak' N.... the rat of le word for each insertion Dutch
aea. uo van. a..elad.d 'Go the scene of the shooting. You werein a coraption of the French and
,.r..t u. veered ysk.r..afr.w that boat. You didn't come to JOVE but the minimum for the Thomas W. Page, economist equivalents of jvaiper.

Lr. dawytay. 1u. the wharf like an innocent person first insertion in every instance Is member of the U. S. Tariff Commission

.... killed. ......IN... BcwH, trot...... you sneaked in; walked two miles 25e. born at Cobbans. Va.. 69 The tallest mammal, the giraffe,
riuc4 Aaa.'a el prefect u.deal, .B4c i.s.. .t em U. rail ar. out of TOur way to keep from being ...........eeeee.e..e..s I Payment far classified advertisements years ago.Theodore. reaches 18 feet 7 inches in height.

rad.of t.wftfti r.U p..e4 It*. .fUritfu collier ,tt.track \Ia. found. FIREMEN 'WONSECOND I SCHOOL TEAM 'WONOVERBLACKWELL'S is Invariably in advance. It is almost entirely' 'voiceless.r .

dark etut toriB. atytt "Young woman" you killed .Lei Doings Around The but regular advertisers with ledger G. Risley .f Mt. Carmel -
Farnsworth..Anne listened to the sheriff In GAME Golf Links ments accounts charged.may: have their advertise- I1L lawyer, onetime solicitor &&&&&&&&*

'Chapter'ACCUSATION :1 sharp amazement The words fell Advertisers should give their of the U. S. Dept of Labor \\tit""''''''//i',"
with the driving force of hammers. 1, born at Mt. Carmel 71 year
PLAYOFFNECESSITATES street address as well as their tel.phone
pounding nails Into her heart OF I ago. HP SPENDYOUR
TEN number if they re-.
r (By GRAVY)
say you were In the boat with staples Into her memory.. She bad ...
tll.. Sorkl brothers. said the thought ahe needed courage before ........................ UP AGAINST BOTH AGGREGATIONS suits.With ucla classified advertisement I Charles H. Herty of Savannah ,

sheriff.7hj were you In thai bat now, ,. Luke or John. she PLAYING OF around Ga..
A few notes picked up The Cithea will give free an noted chemist born at Mil- VACATION
boat;" needed someone to stand by her ii I. the neighborhood. Some sour and Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for ledgeville Ga., 68 years ago. .
this maoeu and give her strength. THIRD AND LAST CONTESTOF
"Jobs Jfeumaa sent the boys after "You. are wrong she beard herself some otherwise. it. : THIS YEAR IN :

me when he found the fishermen saying calmly, and then her SENIOR LEAGUE CHAM -- In the Social League yesterday Frank J. Gould of France, owner G
were determined to take tbe law late voice broke. "I loved Uncle Lee, I Sweet Elyssitun Harris hat invested PERSONAL of casinos there born in New FLDRIDA&torJOUT.HWTH
their own hands. He thought that I I I let ?" PIONSHIP SERIESIn : afternoon at Bayview Park the I
please me go aew in a new old York 58 years
might appeal to them in the name -Take her Harry.- The sherifl the autombile.1 Blackwell's Stop-Over outfit lost .STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, ago. { !
of Lake Farnsworth as his daughter. nodded towards'the deputy. I Any day,, during office to the High School ten by an 8 INDIGESTION victims, why /
; ; find him standing at his
Dr. John W. Kerr of the U. S.
Anne started suffer! For quick relief geta
forward eagerly .me-the \
really thrilling f// \
a the landscape III"'f'rlI'I'JIT..I1111.\
window admiring to 6 score. ''\
Public Health Service stationed
"You re not his daughter moving towards the, door of the outer free sample of>UDGA a doctor's -
snapped Ton Farley. office but the deputy caught her second of the Senior League I which always; includes that "beau- Leaders at bat were: Moore B. prescription at Gardner'sPharmacy I at Hampton Roads, Va., born at

-Will yea let me take care of this. arm and swung her. gently In the i champion play-off series--the I tiful magnificent, handsome, Lowe and Varela. Each bit safe-I .--- -.- --_ ..- --
rartojr roared the sheriff.1 think opposite direction. Firemen defeated the Busy Bee pretty, majestic" piece of machinery. ly every time they batted.In nov 20-21.22-27-28-29dee4-5-6;
P. S.- .Those names are
you'd better .;et out In the other of They passed through door. Into Bakers by the close score of 4 to the field Sweeting and E. 11-12-13?
corridor. The motioned what he calls it when speaking to
flee before I. .I. well you'dbetter a deputy
go," the jailer who brought oat a ring S5-, any fellow employes. Pinder for the School team and FOR RENT

Yon tail pat me out of her. of keys fitted one Into the lock ot a J. Walker Jr., pitched shutout Stanley Elwood and Thompson, Engraved GreetingCARDS

I'm an attorney. door and opened It. ball for six innings for the Flame Swinky Swanky tells about one for the Stop-Overs were outstanding. :NICELY FURNISHED ROOM

"And you'r not on this case. The Ana stared before her There Fighters. In the seventh inning. I of his cats that has more sense centrally located reasonable to

other room." compartments was a big white, divided room and one In from It small the a ..walk an infield hit, a .wild than the law allows. I believe I Score by innings: R. ,H."''E.. desirable party. Apply at 529

As the door closed behind bin other by Iron bars She heard the I pitch and a single to left scored the feline has a moniker of "Buz- High School '004 103 0-8> .8, .,ABlackwell's Whiteheai street dec2-3tx
the sheriff turned again to Anne ry.t9 Anyway this cat knocks at I 021 210 0-r6,, 6 ;6
door clang behind her. Obediently I the Dough boys' first run. In the LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT
"Continue please. she started to follow the deputy the front door.,. If no one lets Batteries: O. CarbonelL and. -..a ted conveniences -
"We saw the men leaving In their across polished linoleum to a desk, I.! eighth. canto Hale singled to second him in, then he grabs hold of the Sweeting; Stickney and;Rue a, porches. 519 Elizabeth PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW
boats and followed In onrs. taking a behind which sat a plump white clad Higgs singled to center j I door knob, turns came, pulls open novlS

final chance' to reach them. matron. both runne-s advanced on an infield the door and walks in and says, Al I', Street.. :

i "Yon 1 own say* third oursf\ Interest. "A girl for you Mrs.Nelson said I out and on a short passed'I'Hi. Papa Sam." No kidding, COURT CONTESTS .FURNISHED APARTMENT Over 500 Different Samples To Select From

Yon were not In that boat whei .the deputy. i iI I ball Hale tried to come home but I II that is a true story. I )lodern conveniences, 628

!It put back to port" The chief made looked at the floor! which I 1 I was tagged out by Walker; Higgj i' GYM FRIDAY NIGHT ( White street or call at Gaiti's

this statement !, ANNE buckling beneath her feet. ,I scored for the second and last tal- I The Boss of this sheet tells Barber Shop nov2 Priced Low
"No," she agreed "I've tried aU ly of the Bakers. about how some boy seven years
She looked up once to see the plump i I FURNISHED APARTMENT with
along to protect my Identity. WhenI I woman spring. into action brush the The Firemen began scoring in ,I III of age. made a hole-in-one. What I I Friday night at the High School electric ice box. 1001 Eaton; 40 STYLES OF ENGRAVINGWish
realised I was too late to help.
I deputy aside. She caught Anne la j the second inning, when three sin- "His Nibs" cannot understand is Gym the regular basketball nov9-lmox
wanted back to the phone
only to go peace ]
I her arms. gles brought home a runner. They why a seven-year-old} boy can do doubjeheader will be played.
ot being just KikkL The boys took
"I ne-eeever. HalDt.atammered II scored another in the sixth on that and Jim Koodle de Flue has .
the High
I In the opening game NICELY FURNISHED
me to Hauler's Jbarf. and t walked Your Friend A MERRY CHRISTMASWith
: Anne, with shivering dignity. She forcing done it for 70 of play- i
back to town.If .** four bases on balls-Higgs noti years School five will meet the WPA with garage. Apply 827
: looked at the matron who seemed the runner home. la the ing the game. Perhaps he never
so to Dnval street oct19 GREETING CARDSFor
were protect
you eager
your Identity why did yon come to gyrating about at one side of whirled her, at eighth frame L Castro was safe knew that Samuel Ephraim shot boys.The Park Tigers and Busy Bee
the white bars which
the therUTs omce and give yourself : on an error Sali! zero doubled to an eagle on number six and was Bakers will be seen in action in BICYCLES
around It reminded her of a cornsposlte
npr left, Castro scored on a wild pitch trying for same.
picture .a the motion picture the nightcap. Distinctive Cards, Call at or Phone
"Give myself upT" she repeated. screen. Molina singled and Salinero scor 1 I First contest will begin at 7:30 I BICYCLES .WE RENT by the

"You don't understand Milna. she'i Teeh-teeh-tech-tecb." said the ed. i The Postmaster is going to play o'clock. Hour Day or Week. Repair
the boys .* ter. told me they were matron between her teeth propel- I Higgs pitched a good game, although -I with Bill Bruner against two r all makes and paint them with

being held beauty a gun had been ling her' toward one of the small he lost. He alowed four dark horses for a dinner. Bobby Thief Who Stole $100 I Nu-EnameL We carry a full
found la the boat 1 knew they cubfcleLSo kfDI wet," she added. infield hits two outfield singles 1 Harlington, Esq.. claims they are I supply of parts. Agent for the THE ARTMAN PRESSCITIZEN
couldn't have fired that shot be- Well let's book her and get It and a double.At I jackasses to do that. Apologizes With $200 l RolIfast and Dayton Bicycles.
cause Orrl was still at the engine >ver." suggested Harry. bat. the leaders were Bar- t And sell them as low as $5.00
and George at tke wheel when BUILDING PHONE 51
thill" "Book tier my eye." retorted the celo, with two single in as many : This is not a column about (0,. Aaaeetete Pre.a/ down and $1.00 per week.
must I she
repeat afraid so. Tell me begged.'Pm exactly natron. "I'm going to get the child times up; Salinero and Molina. I Samuel Harris.FOOTBALL. ADA Okla., Dec (.-An unknown -I Phone 216. J. R. Stowers Conovl8tf.
to; bed. each hitting two out of three. thief has returned $200
happened. I I
Anne shuddered violently "Cold. In the field M. Lopez handled he he stole from
Anne tpld him of someone calling 1! for the $100 says -
-- --
I -- --------
she managed between chatteringteeth. I -
her name, of something whizzing nine catches without an error; C. GAME, Sam Harris, Ada hotel operator. I .
past her head of Seeing Lea Faros- "Open that door Harry. Garcia and! ,Albury also played .. I The money in bills, came in anenve'ope

worth fall even as she turned to look Anne stepped over the grating at good for the Fire laddies. A. HERE SATURDAY i I marked "personaL" I**

at b!m. the bottom of the door saw a white Acevedo. Rueda and Wickers. eluded was a letter: I t

"I remember a boat bambini into cot: and sank onto II.Harrr. .. .starred for the Bakers. "Just returned to Oklahoma,
oars and then bearing a thud." Ihereuntered..1 ." the matron was still J. Garcia and Bethel executed after having been away for sometime I

believe whoever! did mapping orders "take this key goo some sensational catches. The High School eleven and and looked you up. Some I
the shooting/ threw the gun Into our my locker and bring that brown Score by innings: R. H. E. Carbonell Stars will play a. football years ago I borrowed (not to I y -

boat then. wool robe. Then put a teakettle of Bakers 000 000 110-2 7 2 game Saturday afternoon. 3 your knowledge) $100. Have had

And yon came down hereto free water to heat on the-gas plate." Firemen 010 0,01 02x--1 1 1 o'clock at Bayview Park. I I a very hard time all these years O ( "h." .
them with tba
your testimony was "I've got to get back. Batteries: Higgs and A. Ace- The teams will be 'captained trjing to make a living for my-

Ithe' asked.' "Do what 1 tell you." vedo; J. Walker and Gabriel J. by Wickets: the great scorer for self and family but have finally ... ,
and all
please may we go
borne now? Tbe shock: of UncUl "Ob.! all right. Carbonell. the School boys and Jackie Car-, managed to save enough to rei .
Anne sat dazed the
as woman
.ee's death Is almost more than I bone'l J. the great runner and i pay you, so I am enclosing $200
off her white
stooped pulled
atamd. over Standing of series: for the Stars. I in currency." The letter was
can He was tbe only one In sneakers her stockings, loosened passer '
Club- W. L. Pct The tracts promises to be as signed "A ''Friend.
the family oho was good tc me. her slacks, pulled them off slipped
Anne felt that If she couldn't reach white over her head, Busy Bee Bakers ._._ 1 1 ..500 good as the one played Thank.i Harm said he could not recall
the Firemen .... ... 1 1 .500 ( theft of the -
privacy of her room, she would ten wrapped her in the brown robe I giving Day. money. ps
break before these men who eyed ?
Harry brought her. ---....-- -- -
her so accusingly, so silently accusing. The matron was gone a few .monents. Leading bitters: -

then returned with a hot wa- PlayerAB R. H. Ave.
"Miss NlkkLT there:! ; was tolerance ter bottle for Anne's feet and a Baree1 ......_: __.: 2 0 2 1.060 pn'tf
In tbe sheriff's voice, sympathy learning: glass .of hot lemonade for Sweating .m.:1: 1 2 ..667P. they,
even"where did yon get the gun. ?" her to drink. Carbonell _... 4 0 Z .500 ed.

"What gun***dIe asked. Anne's teeth chattered against the Hale u...._._.._._ 'I 2 3 .500 pure aa a 1
"Perhaps the boys had it and yon edge of the glass until she feared Alfonso ...m 1 1 3 .428 t ar U Jt

didn't,know aboat It." he surmised she might break It but she tried Bethel ....._...._ 6 2 2 .333 t
"You mean-" sb. paused In con until It was drained and then she J. Roberts .__.nn__ 6 0 2 .333 i s / j

sternation. "yon mean you don't believe was allowed to sink back fatigue 1inero _.--... 1 1 2 .285/ o /
what rYe Just told lourHE
racking her bones like physical Molina _.__ ..._ 7 0 2 .285
lows. y iw
shook his head. "Sorry my Dimly! she tried to follow the

,. girl but the easiest thing; for events of the evening. She was. In LIGHTHOUSE PLAYS .
all\ of tin la for you to come clean: JaiL That was funny. She Anne -
tell the whole truth: get it off your Farnsworth. Xo. Ntkkl Nielsen was
mind. You'll suffer If you don't. in jaiL Wouldn't Aunt Charlotteand BELL BUOYS TODAYToday

Anne surveyed him pityingly. "I've Sharle gloat But no Uncle s ,i
told you the. whole truth. she. said Lee was dead, someone shot him. -
calmly She heard her name mentioned.
"You've told ue your version. 1 "Anne Farnsworth She's traveling the Bell Buoys and

knew from questioning the Sorki under NIkkl Neilsen but the sheriff I Lighthouse teams will play at ... 1 ItfsA

brothers thai they were protecting says he !figures the other's her legal 1 I Bayview Park. The game will g;;jLT. t
someone. I didn't realize It was a one." get underway at 5 p. m. dwa1.

girl, Yes. Harry. as the deputy There was the scratch of pen on I Tomorrow the Office crew and ZJ Year For
came to tbe door a slip of yellow paper. i the Wild Cats will meet.

paper In his hand. "Hold for Investigation," Harry I
Tbe sheriff took the slip studiedIt prompted. I "".__y.ne-. ......... u.-

and looked at Anne. Where before Again the scratch of the pen THE SEMINOLE
there bad been pity there was now which seemed Intolerable to Anne's
only stern condemnation. nerves.

"One more question. Miss NikkU" "No charge yet District Attor .. ti USEFUL GIFTSVISE

he said and his voice was metallic. "Why did you carry your morning and by the time they're '. -
foster father's gun away from the through! shell be held for the mur- nJ. --

Portland home when you left. der of Lee Farnsworth. 1 ;li t i. ::: T1 for all sizes __..,.-._.. .-.. ....... $3.75
"I 1 didn't with ; : ,
carry any gun away Anne was flushed with sudden : s
me." countered Anne In wonder.' energy. : It's none too early to start PLANE finest steel __ ___ :-_._? 1.50
"Miss Ikkl.be tothe .i planning for Christmas. Old ,
slip of yellow paper."The gun which ICopNrig. IHS t>y JeamMSTEAMSHIP So--.l t I liana already kpows what every! HAMMER\ forged steel. 1.90
fired the shot that killed Lee Farnsworth Apses fights, temsrrsw. foe lee "_.......10. FI.r'.. for woman many wants years: to come the RATCHET BRACE ._:.:_: .:?. 1.20
is registered to Luke Yarns a... CHAS BC IJiEn.'Ma a T holiday spirit will live on in
I ; "' uo.1 if choose a I LEVEL of truest kind 1.65
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.- where yea.*will* _find t.r alie ywr.ladivl4talr.ni.rt ( a matter gleaming Refrigerator Gcncrsl. most Electric.welcome ZIG-ZAG RULE, 6-ft ._.--..-...- .85

Co. I ef great lmport- -_ gift for all the family. SAW (Disston) ...._..--.--____..______ 4.00
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UNITED MAIL ROUTES STATES FOR FAST ''A !. tfc* heart-.f the clipSyery NO MONTHLY : PLIERS, best grade steel ......__-- .45


PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES Celling and Ventilation.Shower Koota Fan.Comfortable Bath Slat with Door Radio.for Beds Electric what; PAYMENTS vise it. t 1' I South Florida Contracting

Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursdays. Uattreases of Inner Spring; Construction r -

Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and log Lamp and Individual Read UNTIL MARCHA ... r- and Hielin Co."Your
Fridays. ....... down payment as low as $24X1 pats one Im year' horn e. 0 .,
T8 n** aa I rHr te Bath "

Sale of ticket for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M. I!.M*.. Heeata Reoeta.aPrl..te, Private Private. Bath Bath Bathie ___ aM aM a.ae The Key West Electric Co.. 1. Home Is Worthy Of The Best

For farther iaformatioa call Phone 71 r Saatple Keevia. Private Bath DOCBLB 4M, 8 Phone 598 Car. White and Eliza SU.
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PROOWdVILL\ Il of the famtiy'* been securedfor
Society |l TODAY'S WEATHER ]11 TO SUBSCRIBERS this sale. it is stated.BujnsteadsWormSynip.


........................ Lowest Highest 'tions with about freezing and If yew do Met receive your

(MJNDSTONIGHT:r Garden Gab To and Mrs. Leonard T. Curry Station fast night last 24 hours light frost on extreme south coast; afternoon paper by,6:15 call o'clock telephone in the 51 Community House will "'T. eldtdre... an ...... ., m.nr? "h.ruebr.ll.
Abilene 36
,- 58 Thursday fair, continued cold. hoW sale hand-made at sea.....f.u..r4....,........ IT _NAVSRrAILS.
Hold MeetingThere of 1108 Petronia street, announce and a paper will be sent to a on gifts I, aa4
I -46 Jacksonville to Florida Straits RANTONIN n e+at.ir rail d.a
I the birth of a 10-pound Boston --.28 your home. A complaint, 614 Duval street on Thursday, 1 Ibt..d.latri urs'test. twid.verewhneR
36 and East Gulf Moderate northerly .
COMMUNITY SINGING TO BE I girl in the home at 10:04 p. nu, U oa duty at this office from Friday and Saturday of this I .w aaiI. 68e a bottle.test.
will be meeting of .
Buffalo .
a __ 6 30 wind, fresh at times over ex- G A. {'-'- M. U.I Pkad.l.blsFAST
Garden Club held tomorrow morning -I November 30. Mother and daughter Charleston' 38 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for tie week. Money derived will be
STAGED UNDER DIRECTIONOF 46 treme north portion; fan to part-
I beginning at 10 o'clock, at I are reported as doing nicely. Chicago ...._. 20 32 ly overcast weather tonight and purpose of delivering com used for the purchase of toys for I
WPA RECREATION DIVI. the Woman's Clubhouse on Division Before marriage Mrs. Currywas Denver '_ 26 62 I Thursday. plaia .. Help us five you 10Opercent the Christmas activities of this FREIGHT SERVICE

street, according to an- Miss Marian Hudgens. The Detroit ._ .6 30 sea-rice ky calina 51 organization.A .
has named Gale er- large variety of attractive front and to
SON. nouncement made today.A daughter been Galveston __. 6G 64 WEATHER CONDITIONS if yea do not receive The Citi- I
: request is made for a large Marijean. Havana __: : 68 ..... { Boston, New York, Miami,
attendance of members. Huron 18 20 Slight disturbances are cen- t
Another of the, _,entertaining ,4r..IIT I'4r..l' .I".4T.A i Jacksonville, Galveston,
nights is NEW\ ARRIVAL AT Jacksonville 3G 52 tral this morning off the north Gaynor-Henry Fonda in
Community Singing Kansas The Takes New Orleans and Beyond
City 22 U Farmer A Wife
scheduled for tonight by-the WPA Mallory Chapter Atlantic coast and over the far GIVES WIFE BEATINGFLINT 1
KEY WEST ,. 60 67 Zasu Pitts-Hugh O'Connell in
recreation division at ,Bayview,, Plans Meeting I G. LOWE'S\ HOME Little Rock 32 42 Southwest, Eastport Me.: 29 86 Mich.-Becaeuse hiss: j!] THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN From Key West alternate Fridays

Park. ':a i r I Loa Angeles :. 52 60 inches, and Phoenix, Arizona, FroawNow York. Tuesday
events were wife had begun a divorce action Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra. :" every
Previous singing 29.84 inches; while a strong high
There will be a meeting of Louisville 16 42 From Boston Saturday
well attended and many personsin pressure area, crested over the against; him, John Willey 70-I 15-20cj Night: 15-ZSc every
R. Mallory Chapter,I'
Stephen Miami 54
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lowe, 711Mineapolis ( From Jacksonville, Miami and
the audience joined in the middle Mississippi Valley, over
United Daughters of the Confederacy formerly of Key West, now making .., 12, 24 year-old farmer of this city, gave
New Orleans weeks
spirit and lent their voices to spreads most of the remainder of every two
held tomorrow afternoonat their home in Pensacola, Fla., New Orleans 48 56 I her a beating, set fire to the BENJAMIN LOPEZ
rwell the chorus. 4:30 o'clock at the home of announce the birth of a boy, New York 24 38 the country, Louisville, Ky. and house, and killed himself. : FUNERAL HOME
Woods' Orchestra will : Kansas Mo. 30.64 inches. i CLYDEMALLORYC.
Dell City, .
1009 Grin- ,
Mrs. Claude Albury, _
Oarles) George weighing 11 nlacola 40 50 West
Serving Key
furnish music during the eve- nell street.A pornds, o-i December 2, in their Pittsburgh .._ 14 28 i Light snows have continued in I' One of the most important lit- Half Century \ .- :
request is made for a large Salt Lake 26 the extreme upper Mississippi erary products of Babylon is the
ning.Eugene home, 911 Chase street. City 44
24 Hoar Ambulanco Servic
'I C. E. SMITH. AaeDtKe"7
Wilson, well I Valley, and in portions of the '
attendance of members. Epic of Gilgamesh.
San Francisco 60 60
Mrs. Loe and son are reported -
Licensed E.LaIm.rPlaoDe
artist on the accordion will playa I Lake region and upper Ohio Valley West, Fla.
as doing nicely. I Seattle 32 42 'I 135 696-\\
solo. I and there has been rain during Night
The West Electric
Coral Wheel Clab Tampa 44 64 Key CompanyI
Will Roberts, popular violinist I .. Washington 30 34 the last 24 hours in California i
solosOopies of the west Gulf I I TO HOLDERS OF FIRST MORTGAGE - -
will be heard in To Meet Friday ; .1 and on portions i
Williston ._ 18 26
of the ensemble num- coast Corpus Christi Texas, reporting -I I

bers will be distributed ,at the Next meeting of the Coral I;:, Should Carry Papers' Temperatures I 1.62 inches. Much colder -II BONDS OF THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC'COMPANY \, Ml AM I/MO/T

park and those ,attending: are started.ask- 'Wheel Bicycle Club of Key West!'........................1 Highest _-..- ..:; ._.,___.67 weather has of the overspread Lake region the ,I Under the Sinking Fund roTI"jnn'
ed to Sing are greater part
will be held Friday evening at the I I of the :Mortgage: [ or Deed of Trout, THRILLING JSDEC.
Lowest _. ._
; 60
1. It boy for a better :
The list of choruses for the pub. residence of Mrs. Fred Kirtland grooms and Ohio Valley with tempera dated August 1, 1"9', between the
Mean _..._ :... .64
lic is printed herewith: job. | +--' tures moderated in the South above Company and State Street
PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES on South street. 2. It teaches.him to'work. I Normal Mean r---. ._. .....72 Atlantic! States and on the Gulf Trust Company Trustee of Boston hereby, the gives undersigned -
The of moonlight riding
Pack up your troubles in your season is that 3. It makes him dependable. Rainfall j coast, although sUTp|'-,,, | normal notice that'until December 19. IS:::.
b here, and it expected standard at twelve o'flock noon it will receive' '-
4. It raises the of theli
old kit bag plans will be laid for the activi- Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. in most of districts.iS sealed proposals for the sale
And smile, smile, smile. the his future. j I' Normal Precipitation __ 06 Ins. S. KENNEDY, of the above named bonds to absorbthe
ties of the club during sea- 5. It gives him valuable :1 Officer in sum of Four Thousand. Nine"
& Charge. 1I
While you've a lucifer to light son. i : Tfcl rreord evrr 24-hour: .erl.J' Hundred and Forty Dollars <*4.4 .-.
your fag. I perience > -dtar at a .'el.rk labs --c" I .- .ee> or any part thereof. Inter- ,'

Smile boys that's the style; ........................ I 6. It gets the boy" -1;i Tomorrow's: Almanac *, on est December on bonds %purchased'. The right will is cease1 reserved I I I

What's the use of worrying? I with people. I i I Sun rises .- _.-.. 6:58::; a. m.: to reject any and all pro C

It never was worth while, so PERSONAL MENTION I 7. It teaches a boy i iI Sun sets ........,::5:38; p. m.' o S 3- posals.'
Pack up your troubles in your old I ahead and work for himself. I II Moon rises ._.. J::2:02 p. m. S. 11. Wolrott, Vice President

.kit bag ........................ I 8. It teaches a boy the value: Moon sets -._ .'...:.-l' 2:12: a. m.Tomorrow's Boston. Massachusetts, December I.
Z, 1935... dec4-C-ll-13
And smile, smile, smile. Archie Lowe was a passenger of money he has earned. 'Tide.A.n. I I
9. It shows that he has initiative I
fot !
leaving by plane yesterday a P.M. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
and to create ideas.
business visit in Miami. power
My wild Irish! Rose, the sweetest'flower 10. It teaches the funds' High 5:35 5:34 -on-- -
: Low _._._ _10:59 _
that grows, mentals of big business. WAVES II .
Frank H. Gato, who was spend- I Barometer a. today
You may search ev'rywbere, m. : e fwo Permanents (
but none can compare ing a while in Cuba with relatives, light stations to make adjustments I) Sea level 30.26.WEATHER'_ v for $5.00 I
returned the P, and O. boat L ?
With my wild Irish Rose. to radio beacons. : Better Waves, $5.00 and up
My wild Irish Rose, the dearest yesterday. I I FORECAST yI r I MRS. MILLER j 12 X14

fIow'r that grows, Luis Vidre, Isadore Vidre, 407 South Street Phone S74-J i
And some day for my'sake, Benjamin Russell brother of Ben Hurrent and Phillip Hurrent, (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) I i R a Make your plans to be here

she may let me take Algier Russell, was an arrival in who were spending while in Havana Key West and Vicinity: Fair '

-The bloom from my wild Irish Key West this week from Newport returned on the Cuba yes 1, and slightly colder tonight; Thurs Ii I PALACEGeorge I FEATURES Air Race Week Dec. 8 .15AL

Rose. Rhode Island, where he is terday. WILLIAMS Clamorous Miami is at its best for the Air
stationed with the United StatesNaval O'Brien in I Hick Spt4 StMtm Races. Colorful uniforms, gay receptions
GYPSY LOVE SONG CLEM SOHN and dances, visitors in resort add to
forces. :Mr. Russell will Felix Marrero HARD ROCK HARRIGAN array
Slumber on, my little gypsy sweetheart was a passenger fumed Opts::na J.w. the holiday spirit. The Sports pnpgrara, including
remain for a few weeks visiting on the Cuba yesterday returningfrom I'l Serial
/ CAN PUSH A PEN CUT and Comedy THREE MEN ON Dog RaCing,is In fun swinjr. Horse
relatives and friends. a visit with relatives in Ha 1 FLYING TmAPEZE"W Racing at Tropical Park begins Dee 16.
Dream of the field and the vana. A PENCIL MUST Ei LEAD I Matinee: 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-15c I *.t .Wm* Shops offer a variety of novel imported
grove; 6 Armr Stout T domestic Christmas merchandise.
Can you hear me, hear me in that Bernard C. DeWJtt, of the WPA THREE MUGS Plan Miami visit
c -- I your for Air Race Week,
public relations department, left Miss Elena Sanchez left yesterday d ,._
dreamland Am>imr Cow" December S to 15. Your stay will be climaxed
yesterday by plane for Jackson- afternoon for 'Tampa rawer stout Tnm by the season's most spectacular
Where your fancies rove?
Slumber little ville to attend a meeting of district -I where she .will I (visit, for a- while How CalotabsTo Help Nature WORLD RECORD event the Nation's greatest concentration
of Civil and aircraft
I Military -great
compensation officers of with relatives.
( LL -I
sweetheart thej' ; SHAM BATTLES names, breath-taking stunting, amazing
Wild little woodland dove! state organization.C. Slightly Cal "Fair. Throw (jff'a Bad Cold wth. Ar.r-S.er. Military formation flying-more thrills
st'nse uses
Can hear the that tells I MSssf- Phyllis t Hill who waS I than you've ever before seen-packed into
you song A. Parramore, representing' spending i 10 day vacation inKey'Wesi day fair*and coldraod? : AERIAL three exciting afternoons.
I' continued; ;; 'Millions have found in'Calotabs a Second Calotabs are diuretic to the I SMOU.SCRLEN
youAll heart's true love? one of the large packing companies S as the guest of Mr. ana J, crate northerly winds: -" most t valuable aid.In the treatment kidneys promoting the elimination Din 6.-hies Ample hotel accommodations at from $2
my who was in Key West yesterday Mrs. Avery Johnson, left by plane 1 'Florida Fair of colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the system. Thus to ft per person.
: slightly colder lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
LET THE REST OF THE on business, left on the yesterday en route to her home in tonight, killing frost in north port third or fifth night If needed. a purgative and diuretic both of

WORLD GO BYWih Cuba_yesterday'for Tampa. ,I Jacksonville.: tion.with',temperature *24 degrees How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed In the treatment ta
someone like you, a pal good throw.off a cold First Calotabs Is of colds.
to 'degrees;in'most interior one of the most thorough and de- Calotabs are quite; economical:
j i
and true, Ernest Metes,prominent in the Wm,R.: Porter, president; ;:.of the I sections; heavy,fro'st in central pendable of all intestinal ellminants. only twenty-five cants for the ainily
I'd like to leave it all behind, sponge industry in' Key West and: First National Bank, left over the': anoTinterior of thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial
and 'gO and find Tarpon Springs-who was in Key, highway yesterday for Miami to extreme south por- the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Ad v.)

S6n place that's known to God West on business and the guest of join Mrs.\ Porter who has been -------,

alone- his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. spending several weeks with her

Just' a spot to call our own. and Mrs. C. C. Price, left yester sister, Mrs. William Webster, in ,

Well find perfect peace, where day for Tampa. Birmingham, Alabama. They expect
joys never cease to return within a few days. There

Out there. beneath a kind'y Charles Davis, representing the 1 areBrakes

sky American Tobacco Company, who I

We'll build a sweet little nest, was in Key West on business, left
Meat Market
right here in Key West
yesterday for headquarters inTampa. j jI
And let the rest of the worldgo STEER MEAT-Cuban and

by.AMERICA I I American Cats I I

THE BEAUTIFUL i C. W. Rom. senior radio electrician -I lIens ,Fresh Kosher Meat

O beautiful for spacious skies, I with the lighthouse department Phone 52 Quick Delivery otoeu.aSaw. .
for amber waves of grain 'I' left yesterday by plane for i rt d e. lutua
For mountain Miami and from there will go to I II .. .
purple majesties.

Above the fruited plain. I Power Rocks and Egmont Key! -SEE-- ,.u.-Jlj; I"t'l _' ... ,'

America grace! America on thee,! God shed his I !I OLD FORT JEFFERSON: :.JcJUQ1J'. than the Super-Safety Brakes on the 1936 Ford V-8

And crown thy good with brotherhood I on the Dry Tolt"ugasE _.
I cunioD Sunday Dec. 8 /'UJJSJ ;vie; 5' .
1 I I CATARRHI By :Miami-Key West Airways I r'J: '

From sea to shining sea. I I Plane No other car America has-the same-basic desi n a(the

O beautiful for pilgrim feet, whose Just a few drops of I Leave Key West 11 a. m.;
Ford V-8. And because of its unique design-the Ford
stern impasion'd stressA Vicks Va-tro-nol Return 3 p. m.

thorough-fare of freedom beat, t( clears clogging mucus Rate, Round Trip, $10.00 I could use any! type of braking system now in common use.Bur. .
across the wilderness. I reduces swollen Regular Plane Service to Miami\
membranes brings Sunday-Tuesday-Wednesday-
America! America! God mend __
; relief.
comforting Friday-Rate, $7.50 I
thine ev'ry flaw, 30c o,,4 SOcVlCKSVATROHOL Leave Key :West 4 p. m.; Arrive with the whole field to your safety, comfort and peace-

Confirm thy soul in self-con-: Miami\ 520 p. m. from,Ford stands bjmechanicallyoperated. of-mind, characterizes the whole 1 3
trol For Reservations Call 620
i Super- car. Ford uses a oae-piece, r
Thy liberty in law.FAREWELL 1
-. Safety brmket as the safest; surest, welded-steel body because it is i Y--- t

TO THEE most positive for the Ford Y-8. safer and quieter. Ford gives 3 'y-
Farewell to thee, farewell to 3
thee This is the type of braking sysyou Safety Glass in every window 1 .'

Our at mo extra fast because Ford believes '. ., .'
golden days are comingto tem used on many of Americas ; ; ,

an end, >rw>r cu ao>lTO costliesf cars and on most racing it is the manufacturer's duty .F ;., *;
But we will hope for brighter for maximum safety as r
cars. And because of its unique to provide
days to come, OUR if 1
When friend shall meet with chassis design Ford can use ij to part of the car's sales price.

friend. letter effect than any other autoDriye the Ford V-8 .; ;Notice
mobile built today. how"holds the road"on curves
The flowers and leaves of the Radius rods ((11\ brace: the front axle Four brake rods JjJ 1 1s of strong> tempered
ginger plant are born en sep- I Then for the brakes them- -you( never have to "fight a like a pair of giant arms.Radius rods steel link the pressure of yourselves

arate stems. -TT-ERY soon each of our Ford has provided more Ford around turns) i Noticebow and Torque-tube ((21] give triple bracing foot on the pedal ;with the four bigeffective

friends will be square inches of braking dependably the brakes work ,to the rear axle. This means that brake-drums ofgs the .lteela. They
receiving an the front and rear axles of a Ford car do this positively, surely, under all
Don't be IIIH invitation to our Wedding and surface ((186)) than is found in on rough roads-on steep hills arealwaysheldequldistaotInperroadcooditlons.: Note especially that

TormentedHandMade any other low-priced car...Andor anywhere else. You Can ar feet alignment. On this permanent no one Ford brake has to depend on -
b NI &/ =t we want tt to be the best looking invitation we can get. big 12-inch alloj-iroa drums range to do this easily by calling: wheelbase any braking system now the other three.Failure of one-practically
y i In common use could be used. Only Impossible-would leave three

..a' relief follows! the Naturally you want TOUT Wedding Invitation to be the with special cooling fins to give "(7\\ with this Ford-type wheelbase, can perfectly-operating brakes.
f useof maximum braking power under &af mechanical Super-Safety brakes be Tear out this chart and check It
(' very finest;and that is why we are inviong you to inspect our --- /' v used to the fullest adnnta .
R eSlnoI 1 all road conditions..All in all, 1/ ,e with the car you are driving now.
remarkable line of Invitations
genuine Engraved Wedding -
safer brakes are made than
no A..D UP. l' 0.8.
GIFT SALE and Announcements in the Favotcd Styles of 1935. with the 1936 Ford V8.'r DETIlOrT-st--
you get
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Auspices ,Wesley! Community And right through the Ford .
House-614 Duval Street THE ARTMAN PRESS = -/TZ-P
V-8 for 1936, from bumper .. 4'n :
I Benefit fund to buy toys for Ew Awur G.Jir
Christmas activitiesNO CITIZEN BUILDING F' bumper, the same atteatio to rM Aaiwia.!tiwrt tifw l6aC4iHAteloanSYMPHONY V, Y VV ..L iIU:

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