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Title: The Key West over-sea Sunday star.
Uniform Title: The Key West over-sea Sunday star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Monroe County Print. Co., 1929-
Publisher: Monroe County Print. Co., 1929-
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: March 8, 1936
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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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VOLUME VII. No. 36. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1936.


PRICE FIVE CENTS


STRAW VOTES WOMEN IN POLITICS LADIES GET IN LINE TO THE ROTARY CLUB ECHOES OF THE
FChecking Up On The Week 1 1- -
FOr GOVERNOR Checking. Up.On.The.We...o-e..... o.ok eh appointment of Mrs. Huoy Democratic women from eleven AN APPRECIATION GREAT DEBATE
SUNDAY, MARCH 1 where we found them. Lot'r for- Long to fill the vacancy in the stats will meet in Tampa, Fla -.,
(Florida New. Service) Up North, where the adage, "If get it. United States Senate caused by March 19th and 20th, to lay plans (EDITORIAL)
JACKSONVILLE, March 7.- Mach comes like a lamb it th eth o h husband raises for th coming campaign anti bask To the Rotary Club of Key Wet, the KEY WEST h ebate1 wLincoln was
Jacksonville gulurnatoril race will go .ut like a lion," holds true, THURSDAY, MARCH 5 hein Florida's famous sunshine. A SUNDAY STAR acknowledges the honor conferred upon the election of Pres with D Bh a
faas registered total ,000 .March 1st like the one we have Nothing enthuses the liars like the number of women in this Con-I oria
votes in the rian's" straw- this Sunday morning, would lead a strike. Building service em- gress to a total of seven. The I regional conference, women from it by the generous and fraternal spirit in which that or- ans successor was in everybody
vote with some interesting chang- prudent householders to order an ploys start one in New York. only other woman Senator is Mrs. the following states will be n at ganization has recognized THE STAR's desire to serve the mind, Mr. Lincoln made this
es over the previous poll.n extra ton of coal. Hero in the They report 5,049 buildings af- Hattie W. Caraway of Arknsas, I tendance: Mississippi, Alabama, conivnnity ha r n T
Seoaor the previousV poll. idyllic zone, we merely expect feed The police sy t he ate rawy of Ark a Georgia, South Carolina, North community nouncement from the hustin
TaS t isee c ontirue l tl hld March to behave like a flock of correct tally is 1,303, and the em- also a Senator's widow Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, And with the conferring of that honor, the ROTARY "It is my opinion that the Di
lead but Dan Chappell of Miami lambs for its entire duration, players laugh that off with the In the House, Representative West Viringia, Maryland and CLUB places THE STAR under a peculiar obligation to be Scott decision, as it is, ne'
stepped out in front of Jerry oc0 t statement that less than 500 Edith Nourse Rogers of Massa- Florida. guided by the Club slogan, "SERVICE BEFORE SELF." Id have been made in its
Carter who wrs in second place Japan, showing tendencies to fly buildings have elevator and heat- chusetts has been six times elect- Almost a full week of education- The recognition the honor and the obligation, all are ft o tthat n I
while F Pat f Wes PIlm off the handle, Soviet Russia in service affected. As one of to the seat held by al meetings and sightseeing as c i i e nor an e olgaion, all ae it d not been sustained p
while sho en to ready fosP l m a ov iet to the ea formerly held been arranged for those who make accepted by TIHE STAR as resporsibilitie to be met; and viously y the election. My o
Beach shows teaily increasing shows whtever the dy or night my for them is the famous Empire State her late husband. Mrs. Mary T. I the trip. A two-day intensive pro- with this acceptance THE STAR realizes that its added op- opinion is that the new Dred Sc
strength an1 isI Tigt on Canrter's whatever the day or night may buildingg where Al Smith has his
heels and dopsters contend he bring forth. A clash between two office up in the attic, that un- Norton of Nw Jersey is also serv- gram, designed to encourage worn- prtunity for service ca not be brought to its fullest value sion etaa t
will anas Carlter liet'ore long, nations of fanatical idealists Ihappy worrier" will have a ing her sixth term in the House, en ni a study of governmental af- p se c t it e e people of the States to
bringing the totals to a neck-and- would be deadly in the extreme. chance to get in training for that as is Representative Florence P. fairs and to strengthen organiza- without the continued cooperation and maintained interest elude slavery, will never be m
neck for second place betwoon But Russia, making a religion of walk he is going to take at the Kahn of California who also suc- tion lines for the '30 campaign of the ROTARY CLUB. if that party is not sustain d
Chappell and Paty both from the her "plan," can be counted on to Philadelphia convention of the needed her husband on his death, will pecd a eek-en trip to Ha- The ROTARY CLUB is pledged to service to t heh a t ct!o n s colew t
lowei east coast. interrupt it for a fight only in ex- Roosevelt party.d d ath tha i is just as s th
Th vote on the four lendingten necessity. So, maybe o Mrs Isabella Greenaway, A- ida ast sequnt tou th community THE STAR has no higher purpose than to be as toorro is to come, f t
candlates as shown by the "Amer- there won't be one, The Senate will decide as to zonaa's sole Representative, is instrumental in that service. party shall be sustained."
lran" poll is as follows: 00oo the guilt o Judge Ritter on the serving her second term, and Mrs. SHARE MONEY WITH To those members of the club who have long been th 1Linonst about the me t
W. C. odes ......................... 48 A new wave of Jewish persecu- charges of high crimes ad mis Caroline O'Day, New York's Rep- MONROE CO. SCHOOLS subscribers to THE STAR, and to District Govrnor Alf Douglas for contending there
Dan Chappll ...................... 792 tion is announced by the Hitler- demeanors upon which the House resentative-at-Large, is in her first I Marshall, Admiral Walter Crossley, Lt. Stephen W. Doug- something vicious in taking p
Je Carter o.f .. 0 i s r h a imp ac hi u he a Erskine, author of "The (Spenal to Tie Sunday Star) las, E. A. Strunk, Dr. Wm. P. Kemp, Wi. L. Bate Dr. E. ical exception to tthe Sup'
Burton of W chula and Pet- IGeneral Smedly D. Butler, ti Judge, guilty or not, lays himself Private Life of Helen of Troy," TALLAHASSEE, March 7.- L. Merritt, J. Ferry Curtis, Melvin Ruell, E. R.
tewnay of Tampa both showed "Fighting Quaker Marine." pic- open to the questioning of his who is supposed to know more Monroe county was given $8,- Sebastian Cabrera, Wm. Demeritt, A. H. Thomas, Leo nothing that I point out to I
gains to place them fifth and tures war in its true colors as a honor, about women than most men do. 200.86 as its shari of the $1,163,- Hughes, Emil Sweeting, Dr. Wm. R. Warren Berlin Saw- thlt his great prototype, Jacks
sixth on the list. Otherr candi- "racket." cOo has just written another book in 059.84 ordered distributed to comrn- rin
dates string along with from 10 Oo Judge Trammell wants to know which he says that women have no men schools as the state's contri- yer, Howard McClanahan, B. F. Trevor and Tim Pittman, not believe in th bind
to 100 votes each. The weather sharks claims that why Sheriff Coleman. of Dadl business to go into politics or any bution for the end of this month, THE STAR w ill look for criticism, for suggestions and forfrce of thr Jefferson It i north
.l-'.-7 .V ilW 'navc inoth it,)r col, Co(uty., is lot i\ conteminpt for other mass movement. Maybe State Treasurer W. V. Knott an- the strength tat com when mn stand shoulder to eve." An then h wn.
O TO OSwinter' an Florida gets eady to! failing to serve a warrant on John knows what he's talking nounced. shoulder pledged to "SERVICE BEFORE SELF." to ni th advesary ho fo
COWST 1 LOS 1 hang out the S.R.O. sign. Henry Doherty. The next thing about, but it would be easy to The contribution, ordered by shoulder pledged to "SERVICE BEFORE SELF. fault with him for complain
MI T n WAV MONDA ARCH t(o find out how to keel) Ienry name a lot of iale Senators and Gov. Sholtz and Compt. Lee,
F WAY MONDAY, MARCH 2 from dodging, more masculine Congressmen who brought to $6,014,011.20 the the jtDudal decision that Jtu
meetingFtWthe ci't--ing'heldugias himself was one of
SA meeting hld at the court- FRIDA MARCH are worse fizzles in political life amount of the state's money sent v jie pointed in li
--- ouse to "talk over" bridge and FRIDAY, MARCH 6 thn a any of the ladies who to county school funds for the to break down a dciion of
(Special to The Sunday Star) highway matters, there w coro-, ivt aid one-halF inches of now grace the halls of Congress. current year. Ruprmt Court of that state. '
ORLA... 7.. . ..h Iplete unanimity on the paot of till rainfall in February ir March. -St. Cloud TribuneC
ORLANI O March i.-The *Iconcerned. Nobody was able toW"hh is around 17(.000,000 gal- isI In stating that the Florida bor. *****************************,***<>e. e**n
r nim' ".in 1o 'ir put the ball over the plate. no- r i t;; e s'l heWe sa WARDS dier patrol has prevented 50,000 DR. CONRADI AT-NDS Welt and Miami, has been referred
e intention to body made a strike and nobody only iittlee likely undesirable transients from enter- GULAR LUNCHEON to me for reply.
exp got to first basen h gme was to be thirty inches more in te The ease with which new sub- lg the state this winter, Gover- While th
order of busilsios"a ntil 'u. e I called on account of low visibility! cause of' the year. That would be sides to agriculture were put nor Sholtz said: "Our people The Rotary Club met at the St. c ,'ese t From th arrival of raw
statorder o buines until t live no everybody preserved their 880o00(),000, gallons more. It through Congress indicates that have beon relieved, of a lot of ho- Paul's Parish Hall Thursday, witt lreaiatioe rou thmeagesen fiscal uits less than a month ago
state ctin is tke to gt e- original opinions intact. will continue to ruetinto the sea the nation has added another hoes, racketeers and filing station President Melvin Russell in the ofiMyer has watched with inte
k while some sharpshooter )hook.: us group Co ias tiu'sidy-fa'vored elect. hold-up Ien.." Amd Fl'rit a i; chithir. Ben T'"oe'ir d.ik' u D- i r n :ht' 'v'opment o
ida ,according to Walter L. fillys. ore and more the yachting: for a polish pipeline to the main- The farmers have joined the vet- witnessing, the wont hold-up wave vine blessing upon tie food pro- i- y tion, tsioner th ervi ea.r mal la nucleus of the state trafficI
state chairman of the organiza- fraternity are becoming aware of land. It semos s thouIgh we erans, the unemployed, and the in many ;ears, n4 alone rt fill- vidild. t h Dpartment l a ret to section service now nearing
tion's safety c'omninitte.', the fine amor.:modation and ftincr rould nvo ,no lh o that 900 tariff-p'rotct.l instrier .' npe- ig stat!oi, but I biiks lo.. Jeay Trevor introduced ,a new Dpart m w menth Iabre u or d t p d of training here.
e state juor chamber took service of our yacht basin and gallons,pr capital per day to see clal wards ofthe Government. Florida Avocate. member, W. C. Fripp, who was the Interstate ee Chairman C. B. Treadway
the action at a meeting in ITampa The Citizen's daily list of arriving us out. welcomed into the club by th ion. Theserat ilrequ the state road department,
Hays, we is nt of the yachts, looks like a Lloyd's Blue 000 president. f0rt to take interest in this
Book (if tirey hail a b.b.). Deep' X .rit''r. w!, hat tested out The committee, William Demnr. additional, or deficiencey, appro.
Aook (if te aalt c hav) priution of upwari of one and one-I ject, care to share our pr
AneranFir and Casualt water, comodious piers and Key Key West's climate a reader EXTRACTS FROM INUT OF BOARD tt and E. A. Strunk, appointed to ralf million dollars for the present o o
opany here and at adent advocate, West's monopoly of the advertIsed making reservations for next attend the conference on com- fiscal yeaboprvsno
of motoring ty in the state, Florida climate, coupled with the year, which is pretty wise; next nnienton w th the mainland, re.th Mr. Treadwa found a fine look
said concerted tion will be tak- fact that yachts don't have to uso year tliere are going to be a lot OF V ported an inconclusive*ooting. ation in the last session of Con group of well disciplined y
on by all junior chamber of co- br-idges to get here, are bringing mor visitor's. The speaker of the day was Dr. .n twi b essary former. clear eyed and in th
merce in t ,lnt to bring the real business to Key West o000 (Conressonal Record, courtesy of Senator Fletcher) Edward Conradi, who was accom- th prsnt sssno to make a de of physical condition after th
earliest possible, onnetment o, loeg- DU M o you know 48 people that you panied by his daughter, Mis e ena ks of arduous training.
isolation to ridl highways of wan- TUESDAY, MARCH would like to vote for as holders Rep. J. Marx Wilcox makes a when he was appointed to his ouise Conradl. fiency appropr tion. livernor saw them in fati
during livestock. Forty-five road patrolmen be-; of his, that and the other respon- nice distinction in commenting present high position. But it ha s Dr. Conradi took for his theme ln te me ai lpe our li garb, the mechans' coveralls
"Attempts have proviou.lv been ain the needed work of making ible office? Clerk Sawyer says on theJudge Ritter Impeachment ie my observation that Iost of the slogan of Rotary, "Sorvice fra or irma ll great- whic they re dressed w
made to get fencing laws in this our highways safer throughout their you are going to have that many motion them develop an autocratic atti- Before Self," and pointed out oxe n ot, merefo e being schooled in the intrica
state-and Florida needs such stat. If they run out f wo. to choose from. REP. WILCOX: I old tde toward everybody when they that It had been the dominating onsideration to any extension of aid a e t
nlaws if any state, over did-bul they can put in some good liks Oo REP. WILCOX: I hold no become Federnal Judges. Ini this eleinet in the progress of the hu- consderatio to any xtenion of rough ad tumbe practice of tlC
without avail," Hays said. conferring with the blic ene- The National Youth Adminis. brief for him. I do not care respect Ritter was no better and man race from its emergence it i inten to outne M Tread
With tmies who park their cars our traction is doing good work where what becomes of him. I have no no worse than other Fedral Judges tt them in their new uniform
commerce. representing one of the bidges p k good work counts. Nearly 100 Key interest in him, but I am frankly to whom I have known. ee that ooduntil the is road i Ithie tty but practical at
most active groups in the state. oOo West young folks will have a bet- y to you gentlemen that after fo Key West until te road i specified for
throwing thoir entire weight be- Price fixing, so far a milk is tore chance, because of this activi- Reayp. Hobb believes that the treffich has been specified for
hind the project .it is safe to pre- onceried, gt the nod of apl atya careful and painstaking and wicked flea when no man pur. ANCH ernora I ectlon force. The milit
dict that the situation will be proval from Judge Trammel in 000 thorough examination of this rec- suethi o (signed) AARLLEE BRANCH. er'nor's party noted the illt b
bettrd soon. Miami. The dairymen will appeal The Schooner "Fleetwood", ord I am convinced that if Judge Mr. Speaker, the challenge has co Aslt ostmas improving daily but in their
the came to the Sureme Court sopeal bound for Utopia with a cargo of Ritter were being charged with been flung out by the opposition: oral outfits they showed the chair
PLANS F R FERRY the making will continue and t e on g,boarnd g on a 11 being a consummate fool, this connecion did Judge Rt K W nPIN NSa snap which would do credit
PLAt FOR FEJIRY th PlkngAB nvi contbue nrptnd te on "n' and gone aj n uoTif tenr have with all these things? K gt Mu'. sa'ed teamd..
Golden Age of lawyers gets til any times that we have lost House would be justified in Of cour se they sayl "We eI International se e
OATOother boost. count. She usually makes a round turning the indictment, and I admit a conspiracy. We ad- | publicity, thanks to Rotaian traffic inspection force i his
SKeep your eye on Russia. She trip of about fivw miles and comes should vote with you cheerfully, mit rottenness. We admit cor- Kemp's successful hndlig of the t idea and it pleased him to
is swapping gol, which ill plr's- into port for another overhaul. but I cannot bring myself under eruption. We admit stealing on the work of the attendan commit- that wasturnng outas he
J. B. Weaver, director of the ently assume the status of old Attorney General Landis says the testimony which has been ad- part of everybody connected th t of h th seou
bureau of navigation and steam metal, for things that sh knows aliens must pay their taxes. Pres. duced in this case to brand the virtue, Judge Rittr, who was not who ntained the 100 conduct would decide the fu
boat inspection, department of she can use. I ently he will got around to citi- man as a thief and place upon the connected with it." Now, when- tendance record throughout the of there outfit; that if they s
commerce, has given his approval 000o zens. brow of his posterity that stain ever you see a dog jump around month of Fbru.ry. ed the law faithfully and the i
to the plans for the recontruc Greater neiami may il itself 000 merely n order that we may get and start biting himself on hi helfull they would probe
tion of the of the lot machine. Lawy a We held our breath until March n or you know there is flea WHY "ROTARY"? becoe permanent oranza
Ferries Traveler and Pilgrim, preachers will unite in having a 5 to hear what Judge Strum rid of an unsatisfactory judge. there. You do not have to see The name Rotary" was sug- in the service of the state. He
which will be used on the Over. referendum voe on their contin- direct the F.E.C. recivers (Applause.) the flea. Just as sure as there is gested by Paul Harris from the ed them to live up to the ideal
seas Highway ferry route. ance. Dae County can not to do. Neow, it appears that we ---- a dog in Georgia or a flea on one early custom of holding the meet- y hich the school had ta
Three other government agon- afford these crnme breeders, it is dangle hope. over the Our Representative find Fd. in Alabama, there is something wings of the club in the offices of nd to remember that they
cies have examined the plans and difficult to see how Monroe oung o y un March 27. oral Judges frequently afflicted "rotten in Denmark" in connec- tisamr htoo GsDI the members In rotation. The on the roads to protect the pu
specifications. Franklin E. Albert, ty can. Tw'entyfive per cent of There is one little rift of blue tion with this whole business, and from pre-histore times. This, he founder also devised the clasai- from the rapidly mounting tol
executive officer of the FERA in the qualified voters can bring the y he cloudy situation. The wudge of w d hea tter was the sie qua non stated, was thu spirit that had fiction principle, restricting mem- traffic casualties.
Key West. said last week, and question up for decision at the Judge says this is to give them a REP. WILCOX: In addition to of it all. brought the University of Florida bership in the Rotary club to but Here in Fort Myers pl
now that final approval was given next general election. It would be I possible chance to dispose of the the talk among the lawyers which -- and the Florida State College for I one man in each distinct line of have watched these boys tr
by Mr. Weaver, the way has been a sign of life if petitions were to R.R. And that's good news. It naturally resulted from the judge's A little light on the peculiar Women into tha front rank of the business or profession. who have admired them as t
made clear for pushing the work be circulated here. couldn't be in worse hands, unfamiliarity with common-law customs of a people called "Penn. educational institutions of the From the name "Rotary" and marched to and from their me
to conclusion. rntao b WAY A -- pleading and the reversal of his sylvanians." South, the thought of rotation among who have sat with them as t
There remains material to be WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 7 decisions by the appellate court, REP. ZIONCHECK: In the Sebastian Cabrera read fromI one's friends, came the inspira- gathered in a body of a Sun
purchased and funds to be allot- Something like stealing pennies, As we go to press we learn that there also arose a general resent- State of Pennsylvania today there Ils birthday book the name of Ned tion for the Rotary emblem, first morning to worship at our chum
ted for the work, and headquarters from a dead mans eyes, is the Key West folks returning by fer- ment to the manner in which he still exists a statute upon the McCarthy, who had as his guest a simple wheel and later the cog n who have noted their a
has been requested to make three record of the fees taken by the' ry are going to le late to supper, conducted his court. He was books of that State which makes his brother, Robert McCarthy, of wheel, officially adopted in 1924. hrowsn being molded for hard
... awards at once. lawyers in settling the affairs of i And maybe breakfast. The ferry, rather austere in his attitude, im- it a criminal offense to have a Natick, Mass. At the second convention, 1911, ing, who have chatted with tl
The plans were accepted prac- closed banks. It would appear being like the rest of us, "stuck patient with lawyers, at times bathtub in one's home. If the --the expression: "He profits most in their brief periods of rel
tically as preg(Cnted with but two I that salaries and commissions on Florida." dictatorial, and it is said that at Governor of the State of Penn- GOOD MAIL SERVICE who serves best," was' adopted as tion, will assure Mr. Treadn
exceptions. On? of thsee provided, share about equally with fees and oOo times he threatened to put at- sylvania did not like some Mem- FOR A VERY LONG TIME the best exresslon of the prin- I that his idea of a Florida r
in Mr. Weaver's letter, for the in- if there is anything left for the The automobile Is our most tUse- torneys in jail for insisting upon ber of Congress from the State of Prs R rptcicples of Rotary. Some years later e patrol n s blossomed ainto a mig
stallation of a metal stairway depositor, it is an oversight. (.Continued on Page Three) pressing their arguments. Pennsylvania he could go before a President Russell reported ha- the phrae, "Service Above Self" fie outfit. The chairman thou
leading from the deck to the din. Thanks to the deposit insurance All of this tended to, and did, grand jury and have him indicted ing received the following letter: was coined and the two expres- so, too. and said so, as he pin
ing salon. law, that freezeout is a thing of I "",'- =- create a general feeling of resent- for having a bathtub in his omne. Post Office Department, I were united in 1916 to form iadges on the new men and gri


The other directs that steel the past. BIEINJAMIN LiUrPE meant. The Governor would then proceed Second Asat. Postmaster General pte Rotary motto or toray.-- ed the strong hands of those
carlines eight inches deep be fit-. hOb if eoIfh HOME May I distress at this point to to extradite that Member and have e Homestead Leader-Enterprise. cr in the service who helped tr
ted to the longitudinal girder "The boy is father of the man," FUNERAL say that it seems to be a common him incarcerated in ail, keeping Washington, D. C., UNANIMOUS recruts. The whole tate,
outboard to the side of the vessel and his schoolmates in Brooklyn failing with Federal Judges to be- the Member there until it was Feb. 25, 190 believe, will also be of this o
on a line with those fitted between nick-named Dave Scholtz, "Busy Establhed 1888 come tyrants as soon as they a found out whether he had a bath Mr. Melvin E. Russell Up to week before last the Su- ion when the people have ha
the girders. These marines are lazy." 24-Hour Ambulance sume the black robe of the ju- tub in his home or not. President, Rotary Club of Key preme Court had handed down chance to see these young offl
to be outboard ends by suitable oOo eary. (Applause.) There are REP. MORITZ: Will the gen West 121 decisions during the present in action and to observe, as
stanchions, and bracketed. This WPA finance is hard on Service notable exceptions tot his rule, tleman yield? Ke West, Florida t.rmou Of these, 10 f were unan- been the privilege of I0 many
While adding some weight to dumb editors. We credit the sew-1 SKILLED EMBALMER such, for example, as that ablQ REP. ZIONCHECK: No. I will imous, ten were 6.8, five were Fort Myr1. how efficiently t
. the superstructure unit, Mr. Al. er operation with a profit, due to PLASTIC SURGERY and distinguished jurist who re- in a little while. The gentleman My Dear Mr. Russell: 5-4, two were 7-2, and two were go about their work of making
bert pointed out, this reinforce- the value of the bricks that the' iides in Jacksonville, in the north- cannot deny that that statute is Your letter of leb. 17, 1936, to 8-1. Worth noting is the fact that highways safer for the travel
ment will greatly add to the boys pried out of the streets. But Night Phone 696-W ern part of my district, and who on the books there? Of course, he the Postmaster General, relative Justlees Brandeis, Stone and Cor- public.
strength and stability of the super- we are informed that presently Dy Phone 138 is the same lovable, democratic, may deny it f he wants to, but it to the permanent establishment doso voted i every -Reprinted from ort
structure. we can put those bricks bk' and yet dignified-man that he w will do good. of air mail service between Key case. News-Press.


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\' ,llll we d e iiliien to (' i',sli(l,, (l|) l(|s llerhals The Press hais broken forth \ ckly v i idl monthlly newspaper
;il 'i ''iltl rod'dv nint l thall allythingi else the IS'Tsl' troii!)! inlsltSVLti'tl ition1 1,'1a d 1 n11 ilgazines, inm ny of' the im ill
ili il l : (t ii\v( l' s;lt, (i l' i tlis Ilitioll.- Mli- the iv rh liung'ary, ularia, i f"r'igil K 11 n uages.
III] ln (I Ili , mii Nt s, .l )(,ldu\ia, l t: ania and Austriah The Seripltui'es have much to
I i ? l" 1 't' 1 .1 1 .__\V' lu'li I din l'hurop)e live had raids, demonl- ;ay of this international coll.
S't', ,liliill' I l lu l t<'ll( i PAYING HIGH FOR W AR swlalit ns Itlltl tx]posurt s in the l |piracy. givin.vig prophetically tho
III Ia ( w i h I ,lust week ais well ais Mexico; and i( nl of, t.hi.; olii dein reprbsenl i ti\ov
S i i th' 111 t l Americai countries (f anI i;cient pe)rople; thll Soviet.
I' , wrIi nl i/,iI w il g .ro 't l (lll'lce (' ltloii in Titllevillt,W The hue and cry an'siinst "the This will be found in )he 381lh


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I i i 11 tDailyv' A ldv(Iat ) g'rt::t ('m'iminislii t conspiracy" has
I! 11 '"'111111t(, n m a ll 1o very loud i' ollur o wltll
k 'Nith ( -t'1 lie admin ist ration A t i 1 1), ( in of 1 i
l' 111 l l \\ l W hintl tn t linm that ~'l, ' i 11 t Al erit 'all gov(iV l'll Inllti, to' 'nltiN w )Deal tandidatt s l andl
Sii~ e1 ll; ii ''ll t'; l ;il,',, h ;: .ll, spent t7l ll ),ll),"( et 'i I ofll the It lident'ts progr
\ lll \\ cotiilnii lI o lend Ili Th Amierican public is that wa
IM tll ii l e- \l' hit i 1'r'1 V t -' It" to(, I much ( if a continuous a'..sult
l0Il'uil.4. The Ilt. )bonus W ill a 11'y olne line beconles ionl otl -
lt- i (, tf11' 1 1- l I 'o t ll Il t l siil' sl a liall ml e t11han "tll 1 1 r11 t 11 the Col nl1 st
'rog ui' a was not similarly afl'tct-
"' 1 ,i lii. o ,f vit ih ut ,, 0 ,0M .O ) to thalt. A id ( ,.(1 It continll ed inter-milnaby.



.1 i' il I l' l I i l omu l istlea s continue the
S1 liI lillr i W it 'l ti p t i close liaison n with thfe Communist
* ,, ,l lt 'e l.,l l ('( )l l Party of theRu Sovi t Union, and
S llik I ,1' \ a t all '1 his rxpn s w isll i tin omicnlrid iut 3rd g ntern tiol. .
'* : ~ii' ili i \lt ii llil sprirg- 4 1917, w hen I r (' woll' i P mr i se iv 'ty,
\\ c elieve tht l al l li \\' tcipa li ll i the orl w('ohich is t(chndically superior toir
hnul nt ^gra.Hw. th. nlll. c both and retains it, Moscow l hid
Sil r as still ahead olf us. L IS al r1.1
,ll<' Ip~l'- rt. ,f \\h(s, il l 1. l o u iiisn wl h t C.oin nnii iist M i ,


s f i ll a i toli J ic t I l isI S Il I'i'ii l ll i it l r i ise d th a t it w in ll l(

i r h) 1I)' (111 it.-; that 1917 m ld 1911 didn 't invent llir. jfixedjl pnilicv of lth(o.
8 ret m'111 its, t"I li, ).p.lisio)os-and-lollus sysq mn n ti refrain" in (he most
WM hld 1 flul o ,how1e I n.m ill offd`1 h h s,)crupulous n111nn11 er from any in-.
Snd rp 1 il o(i t "- d were they t h e , f e in iI, fa ht
\p k liof th i ntu. l I th, r.,!0 11On.11 <.,, W rh prom nis l flor the l l Pairty,
V' li l lh l \ 'h'i*i \\h o thli ought uli ) t idea of h, Ml- nl ry in Ith StAlin.C Thus
ltl il hi, 11 ll I S draw ilhg' cards ill theU W orldl ,"1 11: 1 1, ,u i ll'T ";" P.ll. foi, t"h
\t w\ildd(4 o| (l rsl sel to a i r. n t T l.ld R v o o 'il l K t)'eion Motin uiles. Elvery
if that i o ,i *,i one oi t'l h Ill "Inlternation tl" orf
1 Iit ll tat oihi er w ds, this colos aliza tions in tei t n:ssia has it
., lSl ul; expealls that govs drag- 1count1" mr" in thlis country, pub-
fo high at I low \ rv(l( 11 i i \' nt WIIr f t (.. ] ig. a ,ft. e
V.M lo b1 vI-I .11 (>)l) or- ,al- lilt Ioi( llii.,lt On' laid lto .i-itl just clm CONCH CO
the wih U imvCO H Declare CC
l l\,1 l' and tha it what you'll (Secret Op
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and 31ilh ichapteris of Ezekiel. It
i; t ell endously i lp-to-dn te in its
V'rl'ses, ils you wl ill readily discov-
or when you read it.
''lhe Prlophet accurately places
the period rIt eferred to ia tlhe
"Last Day" (vss 8, 16 of 38th
callpter). TIhe agre::si\ve nations
who ipd the followers (or the peolli')
M1AGOG( coes from the North
(:28:15;81!:2) to descend on Pal-
,estine (:18:8), That which promliIts
tle invasion by the RuTsialn nila-
liion is Iwo-fold, lust for power'
(38:12,131) and : lin anti-G I hate.
now beinl' wickedlly spraidl iiiroiad
liy the Soviet (38:10;39:7).
An intellri t' Ii' ig noti e o11 this
poinlit: I have a pilencil in my I"S.
es'islion which, wNs anu111111111lcti'1ed
ill Russia a ifw yearii ago, and
lhar-ill 1z t1 fIVIld "AI. 1nhmml er
'9AGGi' W832 Foreign." Here we
li;.'e ilnced bIy this national on
lilid I'E1:N('I.S, and dumped l:y)
mnillioi-; (i British die t' stores
lbviirin,' THAT NATION'S I1)EN-
TIFI('\TI)N.
Th' "Mill of the Gods g'ri
-lowly" uhiil t uirely. aind llle chial-
l rlnlfe h t lthat e Il.ssialn Soviet
(itiveri'liniwnt hlip-t flunin to) lt)e
world and to God WA IJ he AN-
SSWERI1). IIow.' l? By Earlth-
iliilke (;38 :19i,20), REVOI,T in
ranksii (:iX:21:; D)isc,'!e ( R:22)
and heavy rainfall (28:22;39:6)
i God'; \\'will he done!



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KEiY W ESTI ON ItS )W N 'I i ll\il it' e 'Ii'dol like it.' A lane'in week-end wa.is It- HIAYES and ttses him off and
K Y W ESTW It l ., e, clt O l;!l 111,I il, I,! i, i 1, ,,,fl|-proof waviy 1hcted clliarly thiis morninri g in a picks hinm up whenever her rather
Ilin Ill c J.- <'l11 r. i n oI, i i' o m f N (.(.I i ii ii nrlh 1.1n l i part of the t vlf'e ol. i l h A OW Lill-
W ,V I idl 0 ni el ;I I <"i rili in ou t o1 tl l taot ill ilt: iy stlayilg i out of l t, I I)'i.hhy, tilt'e Militail',B nall,
,.n t, I n ,,n :i l : in ,. I ...I I V It .]',1 t 1 ,l1 i;, \\, ,. l in iiual hldit,1rb l iy af l'ir it1lh1 V1 i" I'tlar Pi ,I A i IT M A N is vw itth
at ,, ii , ,el' ni k ; ;o I.. lmoro ly swel d to a lios of C o ln h Collegiina, especial-
ni+ -,r, I,, it ii ,, tn:ll X i t. I1\ iiid thci puffed 41nd went ly with WALTEli "bipoken record"
hi l ,lt, i lit 1 1 w READ "TOO LATE TO n.:h, r11e w(e serents and1 NOIlMAN and the WiKlRENI'TiES.
o 811i I' ', 1 i P ',t'oi the CLASSIFY" ''lll i, iiCs :.: l S, I Ies, ill l;lore A dhlishness'sHow nIch
i 0< \\ l h a i l ip i h >-1 i n tI a ,Yo v e l ( Ii; A i d m o re c h ild ish n e ss- a bo w mut a
W t eI,, h ol il, s umn hen "', ", nin in a urad d SYLVIA GUITO c es about

L I ti'i ',4 ,1..r' li u. t.illt i'il lspllnt-i MlI "'hiel lin l a sol'bih ig s the "till-
s il I'+ t i ',.' ',< ,iihi t .|'t li,.lt 1I i'iiti ti tt,.1,<,1 g, o( liy,'I t v t t' thy gl t. St 1)tis' It t' 5 t'
N "i 'l ( lli" i n lllt i J.i.lit )el',r theU (1].t ost. d v. s oLt lt- I lll wllite contrasts of va- TAYI, for FRANK LUNID.
lous. on >ur way to t re- ir u taxc-_(Iis" tht had drift- \ Ai o GOLr IlIE LEWINSKY
\ \" i ,i .l:i M)i' ,tl" \ .,\' lto I I '- l'll lioll, (.ille frmll., those ill- e ( in to vi(. with the arl ,'-on-11 a- FISHHt EIN'S report to the folk.
h PIN I' I';!1!li ot i i \l\,I i tO IL NAi1t 1Id feO r- (I, I I l)lt. it,1 ['LlrI'i" ti n tht at'. I ll hit' .ko ahi ly letAnidroithuth e aailng -hf
t.' no. \lial1l a tioul a d ar ip n alil 0 ur ish d lii. And on the arms lof all back home ti t shei is failing herA
I' I i r ',, h' 1. ,il. iKa'- less c'it olle that (ido e travel )y advcIr'tis rs. l, ni st. t liht, i ,'la uishcd ,ou jects wh' n she ilatr comes oui
I \vlial t .il o,,ilt I ( I(rd1 i tl 'Iiv i, I tilte l)y l s iltp- Skip the p'oetryv if your I +i(I' l. I'r z in it;'d, the llost onil thel Ionr iroll! And ol f IIAR-
i i' D I Il lil, tl'' i It ('olfift it (i > 'll 1 ti' ill' I'nl f m m is from i all over o Y VIIN TI' A UBI'S "snFlO;pisi"
hlg'l 1 I! V( Th.o' ) Stilli( lday mornil t. l 1reaklast (It, slIate with their gorgeous' s (my shl l i ow old) wisecracks s to
,'i i iii Plr ,,l!l fll 1 W I ,liat 1i taxation; just, inl,- as dis (l i lsagrei d willth you, p)ass: I'ii'lk: and lu e s and silvers, plur- the dry remarks of others of
S.l l lir til 't t. 1 t, partial taxation; adll iniistr- ( i .r t e editorials w ith is hs an red and trimmings of C' onch Coill, .iaina. And, this may
1 v ti 'I ill! edit orials \tl]as pwx1 !he'l1tigtCi f l l't.tI iIhm t oY'CAlR'B,0
"" +,\ j,'v ;11.,' ,'" I,> ,c ," hyl i fl'f iac l whom no oinl nlit, n ic .i lf r' v l' the 'ril r'NE"'\'>! hi, ,\\.; }( Y CAK"B -
Sm l w il lin hli "lxes" had the floor NEII I,'S hit, "flop" as a coll 'e
t i ; ll : ,1 it a 't illI dal r to try toi) ill- i,.I yI i'i disp itii ll allow s, I ll tIn thcmni .l.s the following lover, which lmay l ccounllt for the
t 'I" I'llience hlit atis \ rly wh' 'ii "i('luril ('tlleyh ri ain" i' 1ni5 at. liir'-Fraterniiiy Ailt nce, reason why he writde:i IOIS SAWP -
flli;i ; fr 1nw,,, n ( IhH Tie ohos n m1er n of a people i ou hiV i kelk l *i vow of \\ N t .lo inlitly unifor null in silt. YEl inore and t o1 often lately
S i l rl I h 1 t .i t o 1 ) tI i I I e ( tll ti \' >It h (a n i l Vo w m i n d ,1 I n w n o , h T IO JT S T A N .
' Ir, i 110 htimor to e trilled O ht',,ri 'y, nld n yvtr m rin-di, ril rhllyhm! TON,. typical college frelshntm,
l .ll i 't, I,,u ;i, i l i 'cit l wit tlhe' "Nto c F'rom oin Y iir N i l. lI And tjoyiiiin:'. ll this al(I more imlti'htes tev'rythling thh older one'-
iii' u l t i ;i l tI is i 11t \ I ould g t i hat ti' i |or" i you yotrn gl or iI lio le ('ni 'ol gioln : GEOI( to of.t e K.il y ,' s l Koll e Igrol.
"i t, , !'1 l -i,, t lli i- t If st 1 t' '' 19 5 r 11(1 f Ilt "i f 'u i lr,.ARREI:N and friend'(t, do, hidels, 'i all. And of aow ho
, '!'i l [I l ii l, t ,i il g illili plal:ti', ii lo\'It h '. e i u il%,i llV a y nitio farlby towns, hours:. Anid JACK PIIIhCeE'.E' S "la-
piilalt i' ,1i i w ii n.iluli l I'ild, i "Tl, 'ol'l. ,I tt(, f l'i li !it.i l tll ,in t l te junction of dies man" 1 ictivithi : last summ er.
I l lli.dl Spriliv.s \wi'trt the "St uiapper" t f aAnd II'"LtY t1e el'C 'S professs.
l\t'l1 ,u N' t *'fl,1 0 1 ( il'i HOW W ILL NATION (Classiiy.ui'." ,,li,| ,iia fevii, i lat,' ti e ll d" a il ity t hbausl.etl)i ll. And--
I t 1 i i'' l '" l' l \\'i m IIl 'tl h A NSW ER '' ii-l 'f the ni'h', SIR CIAY Itti w0 htl've 'n lhinl llt thrtiiurih-
'1| r il iu r ti, lvill;\\lli fi.'- 1 hIi'IT O R iii i 't l'eln iy11 nicethis til's <.hnuhlhr ly nice things to saiy of lMAiRIE
It to i (lition. A nd t rrl.sihidc. (;re, oor i V IS IT O R B U Y S 1. 111, tb a oound T O P N OVl, On, OP,
: 11 d n't re'' ain" A"iIrial 'Federa"tiol f l H(OM E HiER th! 'i"iu b ( 'hRy ins: "l' e might pill
ii 1'e i't l l i lii tl i s 'lt o i.-w kid-I ii'or ai aimll ( i|lpha ize h-tl (Sm.'et : T'i e Stoperrating table., I liro'u h. Too had, too, a coluilin-.
i lts.l i. S oil od 11 as -- e is 1 ill no prospect iil d ,tl'. 'lE, Ci. iti(' t hll Ill l'i ;til II lir;thiw, )'o r \tihin'P'toll, f c lumlnist, who 'lr l it Just been Ay vemihither.")
I l i,. tl, and t(lhe l ord work tor Imore 1ha a me iI. Tua. lsay .fternoon he- shl.rl!.'eh-d hv his co'lleg'e clhuis(h 1. -
; provided a h ntidfll ol' f" l 1 I 'I" (1() (a" '"th "wner o ii f < .vir.a ) Tn W EAT R
!1, ,,. i|,, .- Irifice.) E.ihmol, '111. lo .t atti le n i a it t le t c rnetaly "it [. ilOA i 1 1 '. O W hatta
f l tr It iti (It l hi) a im(iios ini I r and, ;F al ncis strti ,,s. :it', ,tja li fe,n a t'ho t olu nninAC
I" 'o ,:' I( 11' I \ c we ('co lll oil implrov- Mr. Iir., retired sculptor Spe.ally wh n the proof readlers TODAY'S OR CAST
Sill! -. Sillppose 11a h ll", 1(l illn blU.-',ir.es- alo te to pltll tlh re sidimn t '215 W is:consin avenue ilt it anil wrongil andl the people ODAY S FORECAS
I i. .,,, inll we should >u pmployl. ) work, W il nh ll l, wees t t h n v think I'm1 oing high- P r etl el y vitthd han e in
\Itio iiac,,nllpainyinf aMr.-pa. ,'airstowv throw and writing in hieroglyph cs! nPartly u dy o ntle t ni10 c e il
... 1 i| ad find that we nl.ly expl'ct littlle improve- ld ,lnu,,, lr, Mis Josephine, for; . .Somle day, I'm going to bust l. ten perathur; rnth e to moderate
It.,I nlc s so man IV mil's mIM nt illn this situation," he tllheir first visit in Key We!:t. oo,,,' ani, t,.,ll them the real truth TODAY'S ALMANAC
illt \\ hill t Ihat 1!,YV salv:. "I> Decemll er, 19:"5., Sh tly a ifter th ir arrive l Miss ilst'ad i of anly skin question- Sll rises .................. 1:43 a m,
.Josepln decided the fam ily w\i'lh rn innnte, nt-wisle sipnitfit'" Sun st, Is .................... **:* p. 1s
l,;.i 1 !.id to rem mi'r n ll tl isiness activity was 21 pIer l' hslo,,ui purchase i home in this' dance. .1 might tell them of the 1 s vn sr .ts . ............. :33 I. mi.
i *i,,, f r' c( tll abovc D ecem bler., 1 14, d(cligplhtful cily anld Iegan loolk'ing lett ,rs LIllBY writes GEO RGE to 'loon ri st: . ........... 7 :0 8 1 .
V. I WI w continued to hlb t cmploymmit wNas only 4 Tor n suit pcid e | 1 w Ful lf ""w; bMoon M lln.S" 12:14 a. ,
They. de~eide thl v Saulnders poor old GEORGIK; answers (isI TuAl Sn, ar TI
;!'' I t ;i' lli, \V: iIlin W p 1 p cr cl' t l higher. (Clearly re- pine was ilimirnibly locateAd. Aft- it ,|ite misculine and inprle,-A 101A S TIDES
;1 d v aitl -i ),m hillr to em ploymelnt is not keeping I .r tairtinfr investigations they die-. iiv ?), that he's "through," when lif h :.... ........ 1 :10:28
l '. r w 'I d w Slid- pace with the rise in tl'i- 11 tl it w an ext'elent buy, ar- he iwouhl like very much to o L' w ........... ... 3:39 3:50
I rinvllements(, were mnade and yester- with her again only the "i ung"
(.. ll;. ;\,awak.;. I thi,, fact that lI1ss; active '. l;.&y afternoon in ith ll(clerk's office doesn't let him. Or BIILY. his ----......-...----
'... c ill t li, iidtst of ita M r., ( G ays that gaill'.n. at the county court house Mr. brother. \whl never lets on that
Sllill beyond the lst hal of 1)35 are of lni ltow re,,eived the doed from he is expetinli a letter from a
; r' Aft ,rnr:y \\illinnm V. Albury, who "girl friend" hut casually ne: P n
iil,. 0,l a 1 i.l;,i wiih 1111 in ;- :mn ill sitt'ii icalnce, how 1ever, im i,,,,|i. ,mp;tiralde cjlimat somenf when i ito part with t1he' ch:).-.. I fellers and is "surprised" when
o l i lis1 s\il in 1n, it o rhe problem liiirstow.anl d his family he seies the epistle! Or of what
i,.< ll" .. I) in lt, n face ,\, e llr n Ithft K,,v West We(IdnesdaIv for a "wild" little fellow NORMAN
",v,,>'d tuiil l ] liids w\e Fact. "\.> solution is ill \ .liainlnn. WVilliin a few days, ARTMAN was in his "youth" and
ol lle ,''-,v(,r'.' \V 'd w\'e sight," he i I.ds. "Ameria, ",ork will I h started on a new of what a sober, old businessman
Conilitle I (I I et mo it 1. rain far- the st o|l|, nll fact that *""*ot 'd w-hon tlhe family returns he has grown to be. "Casanova"
(, , l i' fac , ,, n t ill Noveinir the building will be LESTER with his hooks on the
witt(' riln into thoe s.a while tillemploymn tilt will always re t ,,rd in l tho san e spirit in which Art of Love Making and his num-
\(' lio d(1 that someoll. e vith bII11lllile's w ,e insist it w\ : 1milt,. ;i his daughter want prous actual conquests would also
would se n hanlice to make on tfilnd!n jolis for tIe, te ,i lih ivi reto ninin, except for he in for it. And I might toll of
m e *' t u i"m IIn ,f l di he nd ili .), (l o' iiete]pral.ivally how AaLTHtEA )ID 115i" SMITHl i. is
m '. outit o()I' luIildinii a million s in industry, W]ere .s it is now. .... just playing around ,-ith JACK J .


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have to accomplish the things they
promise rests with the boys you!
send to the legislature.
So if you're really concerned
about better state government I'm
tellin' you to quit kidding' your-
self about the importance of
"who's gonna be Governor" and
tart right now pickin' the RIGHT
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TOO LATE TO

CLASSIFY

(By RUSSELL KAY)
,aeeeaeeoeoeeeeeeeeeeeee
And another thing that's hard
to figure out is why we gotta go
niid get all steumed up and both-
ered over "Who's gonna be Guv-
erllor" and pay almost no aten-
tion to the candidates who really
do the whip cracking .
Not that I don't consider the
election of a Governor important,
ibut because I contend that the
election of an effciient legisla-
ture is more so,
So while you're having' a lot of
l n playing' "Governor, Governor,
who's gonna be Governor?'"-you
better take time out now and then
to give' a little serious thought to
who y'ou seni to t it' Legislature,
for in the end( of the day it's the
hoys in the Ilouse and Senate
that really control the old apple

While G(;overnors are probably
nelicssaryi for sig 'iin' bills, pardon-
inl' criminals, ldticatin' parks 01
opening' new highways, they're still
got to take orders from the Board
i'f Directors, and when "Simon
says thumbs up or thumbs down"
even the Governor has to follow
tie leader or they can put him
out of the game.
Of course a Governor will bob
i11l now and ten who can out.
smart a legislatu r and walk away
with '(,c in his vest pocket, but
that on1ly occurs whlen you and mI
kot careless ind send himl a "ves'
'lioket" legislature to play with.
Iitlt. 10ow most lany guy you
Ini(et on the street can 1noi t)
ido/en or more ambitious thirds who
-ire running' for Governor, but ash
'emi who is running or the legis-
lature from their ilistrict and nol
lne out of ten will have the light.
.;t idea.
And yet ourt legislature as a
g'rouip constitutes the all powerful
1Iranch of roV'lcrn mot. These aL
thie l10.s who rcilly have the say.
when it comes to raising or low.
r iiint your taxes ; they control iap
prolpriations for aIll state depart.
ments;, they have the power to

Ivvy tltxes and create boar(lds and
cnumnissions to levy still more;
l ly caln lchlane or regulate yoi
city or coumtt. governments alld
i i1ik2 y'ou like it. They can Rgi\'
v.o a Ihelping hand or a kick in
the well-known pants as they
choose e nnd if they happen t~i feel
like it they can even go lo far
ias to kick out the man1 yot) elect
is Governor. So I'm tellin' you,
they are the libics you better, be
Itlhinkin' a lilt.
A gtr'(i (;tVe G enor is powerless
t 'o render good government with a
lhad IM Iislatlure liut a bad Gover.
nor would he completely harmless
with a good legislature, therefore
the honesty, integrity and ability
of oui le'1i:liltUr iis at matter of
I'rIavje inlportance. 0
And it oiilht to he a lot simp.
Ier joh for you to elect good leg-
ialtor's than to elect a good Gov-
ernor. It is not so easy to check
on a candidate for Governor as
it, i ia man 111fro1 m your' own coun
ty whose record is known to you.
Now is lh(, time to look ovci
the local Field and find out whe
is iplnnlinl' to represent you at
TaIllalih:sce. If you find that
ShIs' who ihave announced or 1pro
Spose toI anllnounlllle are the "vest
pocket" type, you Ibetter get hus.
midl seye to it that a "r'l'geula
A Iy" gets in the ra.ce, for I'm tell.
i'll ,\'ou(I Ia I;' e w 0' boin' oys lup in
T''illllllil"sec. cain do more harm
1h:hn a lodesin Governors.
iiirin' the next, few months
you'l'e I(rolllln hlear a flock of
uillbern.itoriitl 'llcnldidates tell you
what they'll do if you elect 'cii.
They'll I1'promise to cut the cost of
lviV 'llll'll'nt, t!inlinate 1all boallrds
(inl tnnllis siolns, balance the bud-
ct I,'ovlide pensions and unless.
yoii are iinmmune to high-pressure
oratory and banana oil fever you'll
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KE WES OVER-SEA11-,)IIILII SUNDA STAT~I~~I l~l- PAG THREE


stalled in his office as manager of
Dreamland Park, but In a daze be-
cause of a trip he had taken to
New York with Butch to celebrate
his new position. There they had
#one to the Club Lido where Joyce
Lennox was entertaining. Eddile
was still numb from his experi-
ence of having seen Joyce.
Claribel, Installed as his secre-
tary, came into the office to take
notes. Eddie, waking from his
reverie struck a managerial pose.
"As I was saying," he eaid, "man-
aging an amusement park is .. "
Clarlbel interrupted: You gonna
telt me-Claribel Higg-who was
born under a scenic railway; me
that cut my teeth on a brass ring
from a merry-go-round! Mister-
miy family have been conccslon-
aires since Coney Island was a wig-
wam. Now, go ahead-tell me some-
thing!"
"This is neither the time nor the
place for speeches. I have work to
do, a task to perform!" said Eddie,
pompously.
And he began to busy himself
with articles on the desk, picking
up several and laying them down,
taking the telephone off the hook
and replacing it and finally picking
up a pencil and looking at it.
"Say, what am I supposed to do
around here?"
"The first thing," said Claribel,
S"lIs-whore do you want Mr. Har-


"He's still a tailor Claribel exclaimed.
"You'd bettor boat It with t'ht rigan's wreath sen
diploma, 1he said, "before they dis- "Who's Mr. Ita
cover it's all a mistake." ddie.
"Wait," Butch said. You got to r. Harrigan, h
meet Eddie. It it weren't for him been manager of D
i'dr till be a freshman. loe know ; him; es had Mr.
what it's all about. He's got M. Peters, and Mr.
braina" "Whft--Wtat hap
At this point Eddie entered the said Eddie nervous
shop loaded down with clothes for "Nobody ever ft
dressing. On i h head were stacked Clarbel ominously.
half a dozen hats. Butch introduced The clue as to wl
him to Ma Carson and Claribel. Ma ed to the other ma
Carson Vas disappointed, but de- Eddie earlier than
tormlned to be polite. Clarlbel was Into his office that s
disappointed and made no effort to four villainous lool
bo polite. "My name's Co'
A Go-Getter leader. "Thls is li
"Well," said Ma Carson's. "I'm al- charelby.e oAnd this is
_ays glad to meet any friend f tallted with -r.
B t1omeeaked with Mr. un
Claribel smiled: "I'm always ga fore his unfortunate
to say goodbye to any friend of see, our company is
Butch. Goodbye!" number of amusenr
The women prepared to leave, the parkto educate
taking Butch with them. At the ican public."
door, however, Butch suddenly re- handed ddle ar
belled.E MUS A
"Walt a minute," he said. "Listen, THESE MUGS A
Eddie.. What am i going to do? Ma THEM NOT
wanted me to manage Dreamland. A TightI
I can't do it," "Here's the conti
"Can't?" said Eddie. "Are ou a aid Mr. Cropple. h
man? He took his coin from his f fre h to hs
pocket and flipped it. "Yeb! Then for freh cdraned
have no earl Be flrmi Bo bold!' The men advanced
Have odnfldence in yourselft-Never nously Clarlbel slip
''itreat-always attack After you and t oa gun itto
have t rn orized this trorouhly, o "I'm gonna et toe
turn to hacr--" He caught him'- outl Seep" cried
aclf, eared his throat and truck exchanged slgniflcal
up a tose. "Act-act-ACTI!" die's voice lost its
Ma Carson was Impressed. "Honest, you'd a
"Phineas, my husband, used to Marsh reached to
talk like that" she said thought- pocket, as if to pu
fully, "and Phineas was a howling Clarbel's hand wer
go-getter." pocket of Eddle'
Claribel was skeptical, but Ma wasthet rack oe a
Carson saw In Eddie the man of of smoke oame o1
Iron she needed to run her amuse- hole in Eddie's po
mont park. Over' Claribel's protes- cigar flew out of hi
stations, she said to Eddie: Marh in the eoe
"Young man, the job is yours." ly clutched the
And silencing lddle's feeble objec- ivo
tons, Ma Carson turned to Butch: Tha gangsters rot
"You help Eddie pack, I'll be ex- Ma Carson, who
pecting you both at the park to- scene in time to w
morrow.' Ing of the racket
But Butch suddenly remembered: arms around Eddie
"Gee, Ma, I sort of promised a impulsively.
felljr I'd go with him on a boat PAnd t think
trip around the world." tailor," she said
"What?" said Ma Carson startled. But Eddle already:
"It's a sort of a cruise," Butch ufff and was sitting
explained aplogetically. top of the desk pr
"Well, tell the man you're or hole In his coat
ry," said Ma Carson. And she left ho en tcoat
determinedly with ClaribeL. "He's stll a tall
w ds ler larib.ou
A few days later found Eddie In- (To be con


CHECKING UP
ON THE WEEK

(Continued from Pago One)
ful boast of bur-'den. Iere in Key
West it is proposed to load an ad-
ditional le gas tax on it.
oUo
No one fai~tinr with the facts
will regret the acquittal of Mrs.
Ruth Cozotte Vcnn, charged with
killing her husband in Miami.
oOo
We learn from the Lynn I-Iav-
en Free Press that Hardy Nurse-
man, who left New York in a
home-made canoe, via the Hudson
river and the Erie Canal, has
come through Lake Erie and
down the Father of Waters and
reached Panama City n his way
back tt, New York via the East
Coast, If Key West realized t le
opportunities for sport furnished,
by the game little canoe, there'
would be a canoe club here t9
greet him.


t?"
.rrigan?" asked
re learned, had
roamlrand before
L. Jolhnon, Mr.
C. Reilsy.
peonl to them?"
ly.
found out," said
hat had happen-
-nagers came to
he had expected.
same day walked
king "mugs."
pple," eala the
Mr. Marsh. Mr.
Mr. Thrust, in
resistance. I
arrlgao just be-
o accident, You
s going to put a
eitt machines In
,the great Amer-
ibel entered and
note. It read:
ARE CROOKS.
Spot
pact, Mr. Pink,"
But Eddie, re-
and mouse book
refused topslgn.
I pon him'oml-
'ped behind him
his pocket.
ugh. Everybody
Idy. "Get out!"
Ito move and
at glances, Ed-
conviction.
1 better go."
ward his Inside
ull a gun. But
nt into the side
coat, and there
pistol. A burst
It of a gaping
pocket, Copplo's
I mouth and hit
Eddie convul-
desk for sup-
reated.
came on the
witness the rout-
ers, threw her
and kissed him
be was onoe a
y had his coat
cross legged on
atohing up the
lor," exolaimed
tinued)


TODAY'S HOROSCOPE

Today gives love of romance,
combined with ability of high or-
der, if the mind can be steadied.
Avoid solitude and seek the ocm-
panionship of strong natures. The
danger of a collapse in middle
life may be' warded off by care
of the health und by conserving
the energies.


2e.oeamd thrCu VKrED ARTISTS


said, was caught some
months ago from the Porter
dock and weighed 475
pounds, immediately after be-
ing taken from the water.


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LITTLE BUDDY


WHATdAAS OON BEPOR:
Eddie Pink, owner of a olean-
ing and pressing establishment
in a college town, is the butt of
all the students' practical jokes.
Only Butch Carson, one of the
students, with more brawn than
brains, has faith in Eddie. Eddte
is secretly in love with Joyce
Lennox, night olub entertainer,
and determined to get some.
where in the world. To this end,
he subscribes to a corrcspond-
ence course on how to become
strong and fearless and a leader
of men. Meanwhile, Butch Car-
son's mother, owner of atn
amusement park, is havinOg
trouble with slot machine racke-
ieers.

MASTER OF MEN

Chapter II
Thanha to Eddie Pink's ingenui-
ty and the confusion of the profes-
sors, Butch Carson finally won the
coveted, sheepskin His mother and
Claribel came to the commence-
mont exercises. Claribel was dis-
posed to be facetious about Butch's
scholastic achievement.
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A GOP HOBGOBLIN

SPOILED

The U. S. Tariff Commis-
sion has been studying Jap-
anese trade and its poking
among the records have spoil-
ed utterly a favorite hob-
goblin story of Old Guard
spokesmen still reverberating
through the land. From a
basketfull of facts, all to the
same effect, the following
are offered as samples Japan
used to supply us with 10
per cent of our imports, and
now supplies only 7 per cent;
she used to buy 5 per cent of
our exports, a'nd now she buys
10 per cent. These figures
simply can't be added up to
spell "menace."



HELP FOR THE

LITTLE FELLOWS

With seven more children ad-
mitted to the nursery school, the
total now receiving benefits from
this WPA project numbers 15
youngsters between the ages of
three and five years.
The enrollment is slightly in
excess of this, but there are 15 ac-
tually attending the daily school,
which is conducted at the kinder-
garton builder,, loaned by the
Monroe County Board of Public
Instruction at the corner of South
and Francis Streets.
Children are admitted to en-
rollment in the school by a local
advisory committee after teachers
in the school have made home vis-
its, establishing the eligibility of
the applying youngsters. With
o-ome former members of the conm-
nIttee having left Key West, two
new members have been added to
the original group. These are
Mrs. O. S. Long and Hollon Ber-
valid, who represents the Key West
Rotary Club.
The nursery school is operating
'.itl thhe community sponsorship
of the Junior Woman's Club which
has donated money and materials
for carryingg on this project
thrmourh which young children in
relief familiess learn the daily hab-
its necessary to good health and
happipnss. Dishes and kitchen
equil'iient were purchased with
the ;undis contributed and through
the electric company and the gas
company, refrigeration and gas
for cooking are being provided.


"THE WORLD DO

MOVE"

Cornmilsioner Norberg Thomp-
,on left Friday for Miami to
mcct with C. B. Treadway, Judge
II. 1I. Taylor and the Key West
delegation yesterday and discuss
matters relative to bridges and
railroad.
It is understood that Mr. Thomp-
son left following a telephone
conversation with Mr. Treadway,
who said there were important
matters to' be discussed and it was
desired that Mr. Thompson be
present.



ANOTHER KEY

WEST MINNOW

One of the finest jewfish
caught in some weeks from
the local docks was taken
Tuesday by the airplane land-
ing crew while awaiting ar-
rival of the morning plane.
After being dressed the
fish, which had by that time
attracted the attention of a
number of visitors, was
placed on the scales and
weighed 72 pounds.'
The largest of the species
taken in some years, it was


ON Y RESIDENTS defines a homestead and tells
ONLY RESIDENL plainly who may and who may not
benefit from its provisions, the at-
EXEMPT Ltorney n generall wrote Lee,
EXEMPT ____
MOSQUITO IN COLD
(Special to The Sunday Star)
TALLAIASSEE, March 7.- ANCASTER, Ont. Although
there is no way, under the pres- the tempUerature was hovering at
ent laws of Florida, for an alien the Zero mark, five men working
to benefit from the homestead taxi in a quarry were forced to quit
exemption laws, Attorney General work for a while when a swarm
Cary D. Landis has held. of mosquitoes begun tormenting
Even though a person may be them.
otherwise qualified, Attorney
General Landis held in ant opin- M A T E R A
ion rendered to Comptroller J,.
M. Lee, he is not entitled to the IFor BUILDING a HOUSE or
tax exemption granted by the new REPAIRING any part of it
constitutional amendment unless W .CURRY'S SONS
he is a citizen of Florida and re- WM. CURRY'S
Rides in the state. The opinion 611 Front St. Phone 18s
was Riven in connection with ap-
plication of a British subject for -
exemption. C-,^ ,^^^ ,JP^ AI
The constitutional amendment
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Welcoming Visitors

I NOTE: This word of welcome is repeated tach week
and, by the courtesy of the FERA, is plc,'d i.,' the hands
of new-comers arriving by ferry, ti ,.e Ihope that it will tend
toward making them fce .. home in Key West, even before
they arrive.
The same courtesy is extended to passevgers by plane,
through the cooperation of the Miami-Key West Airways.
Of course, the story is an old one to our subscribers.
We are only speaking for them, and not half as well as you
wil find them speaking for themselves when they extend
their cordial welcome in person.


PASSENGERS TO KEY WEST

Ir you wetre nn old friend of just too bad; for the tree are
our, Itild thi oais ,,or initial vis- worth knowing nmd the names of
it, we could hardly wait for you the streets are almost an index
to final a !nla"r in which to, park |
your binlonilngl-. Ihfore beginning of the town's history. Upon in-
:1 journey that would reveal to cluiry, you will find that many
you some ,of i thI ling, that make residents are ,:s much in the dark
us love life in Key WNvt. la s you on these two subjects.
There is hb-. AQ'UAIHUIM; the; We atre on no sight-seeing trip,
only open-air plvqi ium In the iivnig complete information; just
cotintry, whre some 1' e the' x enjoying $,ome bits of Key Wert.
hundred V,-itric Lof the fish that At the lHOSPITALITY HOUSE
await the an le;or i, these waters you can .et an excellent guide
have patrd I'I.r your inspection. i book, if you go in for that sort
If you can ni,' t til ('u lrtor Ir. of thing. You \,'ill mis the best
E. Pierce I,.ovw, n,,ot will meet an fishing in the United States if
cnthusiastlr sIt i nt of marine you kton't fish here and, if you
biology andl int iicasf will I)e added think you were born under a
to your visit. lucky star, you can ,get over it by
You will lie wloicmrd at the playing o'ir national gasme-boli-
ART GA.LER,I Y, Duv-l ainu Caro- a. If you want to go to church
line street., by a iout gracious we ha,'e them as good as they
hostess, who will till you the ro- come; and if you want to l:uy a
mnantic story of tlihe oldi LOWE headache you can g'et some of
mansion andtl th vivid personnlli- Ithe most (iurtale headaches in the
:ies of its forml'ii occupIants, Cup- world right here.
tain William Al.:-xrndcr L.owe nn i You will fin! hotels and stores
his equally gallant wv.ife. Caroline in Key West good enough for any
Lowe. Pictur--:s ndil etchings alive of this wo'vrld's people. Once in
with the spirit of Krey West may a while somceLody picks a wrong
be purchauied here. one; or an angel from Heaven
No one nItdl ie a 'itAranger in tray-s In and gets homesick; but
Key West. not aflor they have not often.
received the w'olcomc nwafting Golfers make the usual number
them at the II(SPITALITY of holes in one on our course.
IIOITE. 313 Dulval strelt, a short and people ldrnk themselves in
block from the MAIT GALLERY,. the ocean the year 'round. If
Take it easy ihere as long as you- you must climb mountains, sit in
like. The wide porches and the the grand stand of a race track,
Eardens~ will mnl-e you forget' or are unhappy unless you are in
that over on the mainland the a jam and a lot of strangers are
world i? in a mad -scramble to stepping on your corns, we rec-
hire someone to anm. se it and to onmmend Montana, Miami, or the
esapeo bheinp' run nov-ir. New York sub-way; but. if you
Many of the shnlhly old house love sunshine, boating, fishing,
that you see :loni- your way will hospitality and worth- while
command your ie-wpch .t when you friendly penor o aho are not pro-
realizo that, throuvrl thiree gen- fessional tourist chasers; antd re-
orations. their sturdy frames of need health 'and strength, you
cedar anild ,nI al,('tny pinned to. are in the right shop.
gather with wooden I itcnails liave Local newsi is not covered by
stood unshaken lby tropical storms; THE STAR. We have a daily,
and that only a little care is re. the Key West Citizen, t!,.t takes
quired to proilonn their life to excellent care of those matters.
oth'mr gen-rations, Men built You will find a column "COM-
nomes as they huilt hips in the ING EVENTS" elsewhere in THE
days of K:ey Wcst's abundant life. STAR. There are a good many
Haunted, as they ire b1y O lhe mem- events comniig that are not list.
ories of brave meni aind fair womn- ed, but this column will give you
on whlo once pleo!,lh-d them, the a sort of starting point for your
time may gfe't cone when again programs between now and the
song and lmu'hlter will float next iss-e of THE STAR.
flllhough their ttiiccd windows There tare two kinds of adver
nndlishc.ir ialconic4 hiocome shrines tigers in Key West; the ones that
to which a' lirin.c youths will advertise in THE STAR and the
bring their offerinirs. oncs that don't. Naturally, we
From time, to I imie we will like the first kind better and
leave the street' and fare down think you will. But, share our
some little alley, pietu'rsqu, igoood-will toward the absentees,
combinations of cottaRes and too. The best of them will join
riotous tropical foliage; the de. us in welcoming you as soon as
light andn the (drlpair of artists, they get used to the idea. There's
Here, song has not yet died and no rush, here in Key West.
fragments of Spanish serenade If you think Key West fails to
and Negro spiritualn'mingle with meet yon' expectations, call on
less lovely sounds. the editor of THE STAR at his
Along the way we will find office and he will take an hour
eating places to tiempt the advcn. off time to deal with your case
turous and the cniceure, and he and see what can be done about
has not probed the possibilities of i It.
Key West who has not singed his But you don't have to go to all
tonsils with "hot souse," and that trouble. Introduce yourself
cooled them with coconut ice .to the first Key West man you
cream, nor fortified his soul with meet. Much of what he will tell
"Cuban Coffee." you will be true; and all of it will
One of theo days, we are as. be .itoeresting. -
surod, the Administration will Key West is that kind of town:
label outr notable tree:- and also You don't have to be a stranger
eur streets. Uctil they do, it is in Key West.

reporter for the Baptist Student
Union Council.
Day has been a member of the
MAKES GOOD ,.0
MAKESf ~ Stet.on University Civic Opera
Company, the varsity debate
j squad, intramural athletic teams,
and was formerly chaplain for his
DeLAND, March 4.-Malcolm i fraternity.


Day, of Key West, senior at Stet- A graduate of the Punta Gorda
ron University, was elected this high school, class of 1931. where
week to the office of archon of he wus prominent in athletics, de-
the local chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, beating and dramatics, Day is the
national social fraternity. son of Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Day,
In addition to fraternity serv-!of 524 Eaton street, K4y West,
ice, Day is distintruishing himself Fla.
in other campus activities. "Wlhere can I get a license?"
Day serves as vice-president of "A hunting license" asked the
the ministerial association, secre- clerk.
tary of Tau Alpha Phi, national "No, the hunting s over. I want
honorary dramatic fraternity, l seo e rl I've
member of the Hatter staff, anI caught."--Boston Transcript.

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RAMONIN'S
SPANISH COOKING
In Its Finest Style
Specializing in Sea Foods
Key West meals at their best
in inviting surroundings
A six-course dinner .......... See
615 Duval St. Phene 471-J
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BY PLANE FROM KEY WES1
TO MIAMI
Make Reservations by Phone
Telephone 620
Regular Planes, Miami-Key
West Airways, Inc.
Daily Except Friday
RATE, ONE WAY, $7.50
Leave Key West 4 p. m., Ar
rive Miami 5:20 p. m.
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KEY WEST OVER-SEA SUNDAY STAR,


Friendly Shopping

(It Is with genue pride p that it takes to build a house, repair
we list the merchants mentioned one, or furnish most of the neces.
in this article. WI have dealt equipment to keep t nn
with most of them met all ofary equipment to keep it ru
them personally, and there is not in good shape. From carpet tacks
one that we would heeltate to to roofing paint, they have the
recommend to any inquiring goods and th'e line runs from fish.
stranger. It is not always that ing tackle to fine china, too.
a list of advertisers can be thus Our hotels are equal to any de-
endorsed; and this feature will mnnds yon may make upon them,
not be repeated often, but we ae If some Grandee were to barge
getting a great kick out of it this into town with a retinue, he
time.-Editor) would not ruffle the resources of
-- La Casa Marina and, after look-
Shopping in Key West is an ad- Ing it over, he might decide to
venture in friendliness. Of course, remodel the royal palace when he
our own people know all this-- got home. If the leisure and spa-
the sooner a new-comer learns it, clous porches of a Southern lotel
the sooner will he become one of on a quiet street in the heart of
our own people, town, appeal to you, there is the
Key West stores may not look OVER-SEA HOTEL, calmly
very imposing if you have just awaiting you.
been shopping on Fifth Avenue, The KEY EST DRUG CO.
or Market Street, or the Loop, specializes in prescriptions and
You will find the same nationally calls attention to their long and
advertised goods that you have honorable record as pioneers in
been nccuqtonwd to buying-Oft- that line.
en at prices that indicate lower Now, if you are going to
overhead, and always with a per- cruise in these waters, it is
sonal interest in your needs that worth while to know that ROB.
metropolitan clerks sometimes ERTS' BOOK STORE is the au-
lack. thorized agency for government
At tlR, WHITE WAY RES- charts and has a whale of a line
TAURANT, Miss Sallie has a way of newspapers and magazines, as
with seafood and Cuban Cof- well; but if you are doing your
fee that soon turns a caller cruising in a car, the things you
into a customer. (That ap- need can be had at SWEETING'S
pctizing coffee fragrance you SERVICE STATION.
sniff every morning comes from The old racket of cutting prices
,ur own STAR COFFEE MILLS, on "Specials" and ja.king them
where coffee is blended, roasted up on staple goods to get square,
and ground and delivered fresh doesn't go at ARCHER'S GRO-
every day.) You will know you CERY. They figure on uniform-
have "gone abroad" if you dine ly good services continued all
at RAMONIN'S; and not in Spain through the year.
itself, could you get finer Spanish People will get what they want
cooking, served with Spanish in BAKERY PRODUCTS, while
courtesy. And, if you have a MALONEY and PEACOCK are
touch of homesickness, you will on the job. They could' not bear
enjoy the kindly, quiet attention to see their fellow citizens pining
that you will receive at the away for the want of TUMPER-
ELECTRIC KITCHEN. NICKLE. so they have added that
BAKER'S MEAT MARKET to their line.
handlcs the best of meats. His ad- GARDNER'S PHARMACY is
vertisement says nothing about the one of those comfortable, all-
capons that he specializes in. They round DRUG STORES where you
are a top-notch ornament to any get ice-cream and cigars when
dining table, you are feeling good and any
Only a few\ moments spent vith kind of pain-killer when you are
C. S. SINGLETON in his MA- out of luck.
CIIINE and BLACKSMITH SHOP -
will convince you that you have If you want to know what to do
found that extraordinary thing, when you're not shopping, cut
a master craftsman who takes that "Coming Events" column out
pride in his calling, of THE STAR and paste it In
Lowe's Cash Grocery is another your beret. There are a lot of
one of those well-stocked Key other establishments in this man's
West Grncrertei that can be count- town, b.f4 they are probably averse
ed on to give satisfaction, to publicity. At any rate, they
At WILLIAM CURRY'S SONS don't advertise and who are we to
you will find that they have what disregard their wishes?

CARY D AN IS Landis campaign especially sig-
A LANU j nificami. is the probability that he
also will move up to a place on
NT PRMARY that high court some time within
ENTERS PRIMARYal sotwioll
the new term to which he aspires.
"General Landis has stuck with
STATE ATTORNEYs fist love, the law, in spite of
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL two major temptations. One vwa


MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT
FOR REELECTION

The following article which ap-
peared in the Miami Herald in its
issue of February 22, was sub-
mitted to THE STAR for publi-
cation by the campaign manager
of Cary D. Landis, who has an-
nounced for.reelection as attorney
general:
"One of the nestors of Florida
law and politics is Cary D. Landis,
attorney general of the state, who
has announced for reelection to
that office.
"Affiliated for many years with
one of the distinguished law firms,
of Florida, General LaIdiV !waas
selected for his present position
by appointment when Fred H.
Davis was elevated to the State
Supreme bench. What makes the
t R,..dn, 1
I Rei-eklect


to become a candidate for the
United States Senate when it ap-'
peared likely that he would win.


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KEY WEST CHURCHES
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I CHURCH
Ley Memorial M. E.
First Presbyterian
First Methodist
Fleming Street Methodist
First Congregational
First Baptist
Catholic
Christian Science
Pentecostal Mission
Church of God
St. Paul's Episcopal
Synagogue



St. Peter's, Episcopal
7th Day Adventist
Bd'hel, A. M. E.
Newman M. E.
Trinity Presbyterian
Zion Methodist
Catholic


Another was to step into the pres-
ent campaign for governor with
a greater background of public
service than any who will take


part, accompanied by the prophecy
by many of the wise ones that he
would certainly win.
"Both of these public openings
would have meant an end to active
association with the law, and Gen-
eral Landis turned them down.
To the law he intends to stick pre-
ferably as the legal aid to the
public, in the office of attorney
general.
"The Herald proposes to sup-
port General Landis for reelection,
So long a. public officials are
faithful to their trust, and con-
scientious in their work, there can
be np valid reason for change, We
declare this without prejudice to
others who also may aspire to this
office. The ability toFserve the
public, which they yearn to demon-
-trate, already has be~n satisfac-
torily tested over a period of five
years by those who have called
upon the present attorney general,
Cary D. Landis."
Read The Star--It' wNewsy.

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LOCATION
Georgia & Division Sts.
White & Washington Sts.
Simonton & Eaton Sts.
Fleming & William Sts.
527 William St.
Eaton bet. Duval & Sim'n.
Division St.
327 Elizabeth St.
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1106 Olivia St.
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Southard & Simonton Sts.
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Southard, nr. Thomas St.
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Rev.


PASTOR
Rev. M. L. Smith!
Rev. J. C. Gekeler;
J. B. Culpepper, Jr.'
Rev. Shuler Peele


Rev. E. Richard Evans
Rev. J. S. Dayj
Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J.

Rev. Wm. Skondeen
Rev. J. M. Gresham
Father A. B. Dimmick
Rabbi Philip Kristal



Father Saunders
Rev. William Perkins
Rev. H. R. Hill
Rev. A. T. McCaskill
Rev. Alfred DeBarritt
Rev. F. Flack
Rev. A. L. Maureau, S. J.


.York, master-printer, born at
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS Bloomington, Ill., 71 years ago.
---------- Arthur E. Bostwick of St. Louis,
Joseph Lee of Boston, social librarian, born at Litchfield,
worker and recreation expert, Conn., 76 years ago.
born there, 74 years ago.
Edgar A. Mowrer of Chicago, SubsA-ibe to The Sunday Star.
journalist, born at Bloomington, ____. --
Ill., 44 years ago.I


Stuart Chase of New York,
economist-writer, born at Somers-
worth, N. H., 48 years ago.
Frederic W. Goudy of Nee

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