Diario de la marina

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Diario de la marina
Place of Publication:
Creation Date:
February 1, 1957
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 52-68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Cuba ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Havana (Cuba) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Cuba -- Havana


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1844.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-año 128, no. 112 (12 de mayo de 1960).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended Nov. 13-27, Dec. 19-24, 1930; Jan. 10-29, 1931; Aug. 5-12, Sept. 24-Oct. 27, 1933; Dec. 20, 1933-Jan. 12, 1934.
General Note:
"Periódico oficial del apostadero de la Habana" <1876>.
General Note:
Description based on: Año 1, no. 154 (3 de set. de 1844).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
001915261 ( ALEPH )
11968619 ( OCLC )
AJZ0781 ( NOTIS )
sn 90048069 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Noticioso y lucero de la Habana
Succeeded by:
7 días del Diario de la marina en el exilio

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Aisoclated Service.Press Day WIr-. l Wt 1 i Key West, Florida, has the

For Best 55 Interests Years>Devoted of Key Wet to the IJC {Cp (QJttt3Cfl t i most country equable; with weather an average in the

I range of only 14' Fahrenheit


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Work On Key West Sewerage Project SAN, FRANCISCO CHINATOWN'S\' 'BOSS' Hopkins Favors Plan For Constructing


Will Be: Started On Monday MorningNumber By DUDLEY ROSS-!-vent a Chinese from playing lot Hurricane-Proof Shelters Along Keys

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 29"Boss" .- I teries.
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1' of San Francisco's teem 'Clever People' -----0-

Of Operatives To:''Baldwin's Record Inspires Tories ing Chinatown is a big! bluff'Irish driven Lottery from companies the district have, been says Japan's t Latest Cruisers Set 'l I Porter Claims Proposed

Be Employed At Begin i policeman who says his hardest Manion, but it is another thing to
I stop traffic in tickets. Project Would Not Affect -

ning Not Fully Deter- In Campaign For British Ballots task is with the Chinese lottery. "The companies have moved I Naval Pace In Battery Power
I He is Inspector John J. Man- elsewhere," he explains, "and they I Highway Bridges

mined As Yet ., send their agents in. They won'teven ._. ---- - ----
I ion, who has watched over its destinies have tickets, but work in : Proposition

CROWDS THRONGSUPRE Prime Minister Of Great i! and kept its peace for 13 code evidence., and it's tough to get legal' New Craft Of Eight Thou- FINE PROGRESS 1

Work on the sewerage IE COURT'S Britain Leading Con-r years as head of the police depart; "Yes the Chinese are a clevei sand Five Hundred Tons By PAUL MAY

project in Key West will people." BEING MADE ON ("pr..I.1.1...... t.rre ......t
c >' servative Party And\ merit'' Chinatown squad. Take a sign innocently displayedin Have Joined Other Sea .r The ('Ills.! .)

start Monday morning, No- I I a store window which translatesto FISHING WASHINGTON, D. c.,
PILEOFJMARBLE' The job is one that requires diplomacy CAMPPLANS
vember 4. This announce Other FactionsBy I : : :"New and old company goods i Forces Of Empire I Oct. 30.-WPA Administrator -

I I as well as, at times, the here.
ment was made today by MANY STAND PATIENTLY IN I I "That mean lottery," Manion Harry Hopkins is favorably -

John A. C. Bogart, supervising iron hand, says the officer who is points out. Recently, he even I OF BOCA CHICA PROJECT .
HAROLD P. BRAMAN i considering a plan for
store to
( a preparing erect
known of the Chinese in I
to most
AMweiatril Pre
who returnedby tar ) CALL FOR ERECTIONOF
engineer, tlT AuMM-ialr PrvMl the
I such a sign in, bright lights, but construction of a chainof
DEAVORING TO GAIN EN- LONDON, Oct. 30.-Stanley TOKYO, OcU 30.-The Japanese
plane after a business Baldwin's leadership has rejuvenated -'."his district as "Sargie Manniyan."I' he speedily put a stop to that I MANY COTTAGES AND permanent hurricane-

visit in Jacksonville. TRANCE TO BUILDINGBy Britain's national !government Evidence Hard To Get maneuver.A navy has introduced a Dew, AUXILIARY BUILDINGS
shelters Florida
lottery ticket transaction proof on
I can !
Discussing the project strengthened and the has hopes considerably of its sup "You have to use a lot of pay. be a very, elusive affair :Manion i highly destructive type of fight I Keys between the mainlandand
chology, he says.Vitnesses
with The Citizen Mr. Bogart HERBERT PLUMMER porters for a victory in the November i says."A ing snip to the world. ,
All buildings Key|West it learn-
Chinese cottages auxiliary was
to -
ell r wriatc4 lrr ) 14 plebiscite on its,i usually won't talk, and you have to may step up a
said that B. Curry (Moreno, WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.-The policies. (.I get some Chinese, who can be store counter,,-eay a, few words The 8,500-ton cruisers, Mogami I' which will be a part of the ed today.

director of projects in Key principal attraction in the capital -i I Baldwin, happy and exceptionally I trusted to tip you off and then 11 are and no pass tickets over some or anything money. There said I and Mikuma, first of the swift and. new Boca Chica fishing camp development The tentative plan is to

these days for the general, active as prime ministerfor make sure knows who he I will :set on cresoted
no one
West will be resident : about lottery. If he is
engineer that pile: the third time, thinks his government I questioned heavily-funned B-cIass cruisers in I piling. do the work with relief
.public magnificent is. : the storekeeper the
and E. A. Pynchon, I of marble "on the hill" which is I the general will hands dawn in''j i Inspector Manion asserts thaI : tomer was paying a says bill. cus-I' the building of which Japan and This statement was made yesterday l labor. The shelters, it is

WPA administrator for Florida ,, Chinatown, which makes color. I The
to Citizen
the new home of the supreme a 'Mi'lion-To-One Shot by Captain
the planned would be
I He is carrying the fight to 'f I the United States are competing of a
court. \ ul hillside district: covering several The Chinese lottery is a complicated Luther Finder, owner of theI
i will be consulting various challenginglabor
en- I enemy camps i
The crowds that throng the the opposition liberals and:j blocks, is on the whole a peacefulJ I drawing, using the traditional =i have joined the empire's sea' project, when asked what progress nature to provide safety not

gineer. corridors, especially on Mondays j assorted other "to show I community. I 80 characters drawn from I only for any persons on the
groups I was being made toward hav-
when decisions are handed down, Gambling, the Chinese national four bowls and permitting varied[I force I
Just will I
how the world has made '
many men to be different from more progress'j I passion, is the most pestiferous: betting combinations. I ling the camp in readiness by January keys, in time of a hurricane,
I appear thlll in the past three or four years | These vessels, each carrying'
be put to work has not been I problem. Tong wars opium and Afc far the : 1.
usual run of sight-seers merely I than this country." as cheating goes, 1 but also for small boats. It
determined the number I intent on inspecting Washington's I I the slave girl traffic no longer I Chinese lottery company which I fifteen 6.1-inch rifles in five,!j "With the piledriver, which I
as Labor Calls Him Tory Boss I. loom large, but it j triple turrets is important, it was said,
newest and most beautiful build-I 14 tough to pre- (Continued on Page Four) represent naval J have secured from the Mallory
depends to a great extent, ing. The patient manner in I word Labor"national"leaders applied charge that to the the j: --- -_ -0-. ____ 0_------ .-- --- architects' efforts to obtain the|! Line agent, C. E. Smith I have that boats in the area shouldnot
on the arrival of tools which which they stand in long lines I last ounce of efficiency
outside the chamber in the hope government is a fiction saying it power so far planted about 80 of the I be destroyed in time of

have been ordered and may of being admitted impresses an J is a tory government run entirely ECONOMIC : and destruction within London!1100 piling which arrived from i storm, as they form the
under the personal leadership of naval treaty ]limits
possibly arrive Friday. observer.It I Jacksonville, and within a short
I the leader and boss of the : only means of transportationand
con- ; Lesson in Sea
is as if the crowd senses the Tragedy I time the others will be driven,"
Should the tools not arrive fact that the next and most important servative party. i j! I| Their armament is the maximum -I I the owner said. communication in many
This pleases a good many conservatives Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend
there will be fewer men on chapters in the "n wdeal" permitted by both the i
i Tomorrow' work wBl begin cases.!
who would to on
drama arc about to be en-I prefer Checks and Tax Bills of Individual National
Every !
the project and most of the acted. The average person probably drop all the excess appendagesover ; and the laws of naval design. I j I the first of the croup- of cottages Shelters to be constructed
the side, such as J. Ramsay: and International Problems Insep- J I Naval experts of other nations!
work will be of a preliminary knows little about the de-| i with eight men on the eonstrucftioo. -
;- .T r TalW of,what $"..-it,:the offing He]! MacDonald national laborite and arable From'Local 'VelCare"o.. [have expressed doubt"tfiat such'I By the lasf"t-ft'ftt week, would berelatively inexpen

nature, it was said. I has} a vague understanding that ,' Sir John Simon and Walter Runci- ... 6I j heavy armament could be used said the owner, there will be 20 sive as nearly, all the work
1 I the nine justices are about to dos; man national liberals and come I 1 men at work and others will be
A few weeks the Supreme decision the Adjustment { with safety on such small dis- would be done unskilled
out flat adY ago i on Agricultural by
as a tory j added arises
something eventful and significant I I as need
J. B. SULLIVAN I concerning the "new deal." I I.,I There is a suspicion nistration'l)'I Court of the United States offiI -!!I Act, under which farm-1!Ii placement. The Japanese too had,I Asked who will be manager of labor, and most of the materials -

And remembering the NKA political quarters that the "na-!i I cially dedicated its new building I ers arepaid for crop-restriction J, doubts after one of their tor-' the camp, he said he is now in

IN COUNCIL RACEMAKES ; show of a few months back he, tional" tag may be discarded if! -most classically beautiful in alii i{i pedo-boats, the Tomozuru, carry-|I! correspondence with one of the are at hand, rock

i, wants to be on hand. I I the government wins the election] ,!I| Washington. A brief session was ;J-! I i ting three 5-inch. guns on only 527 i!i i most widely known and popular shelters being favored. No
given to the :dedicatory exercises. i j ,
but there is offered. I '
Main Attraction I i no proof | I j I managers of camps of this kind,
I J 1 1 land to members to i en mills, packers, food processors,!! tons capsized a storm in March,!! definite estimate of the cost
The main attraction, of course, In fact, Baldwin publicly insists I !on: the east coast and expects to
FORMAL ANNOUNCE. is the Hoosac Mills case-better that there is now, and will continue |j j the Bar of th&CouYt. Then Court l'l'I i etc. If the Court holds that the!ri|i! 1934, with tie loss of. 100 officers: make an announcement withi% of buildipg. the shelters has

MiNT IN COLUMNS OF known as the case which will de-!!> to be. a real "national unity" ,j i adjourned for sw'tek; to give the ,I tax is unconstitutional, as many I(and men. I the next few days. made
Justices timeo for the been but it is expected
termine the constitutionality of, among the three government prepare |lawyers believe it will, the Ad- There was then a thorough over-I I : ,
TH'i the of home real work of a session.. which maybe J i ministration must either I I stud
CITIZEN TODAYJ. state drop
the NAA processing tax. What groups claiming I haul of the designs of cruisers a of this angle will be
the court decides here be of,,I and international affairs requires I II as historic as the last. Those j I AAA benefits, something that is I) CUBA ARRIVES :
may !;I who forecast that there would ba< .1! and destroyers under construe-I undertaken in the immediate
time find
such for | unlikely,
even greater than cooperation a long extremely or a newI
consequence one or more retirements before j II I tion. In the completed Mogami I Iij
C. Sullivan, who is "Sully"to followed its historic decision invalidating -' to come. I i way to raise the necessary money.) FROM 1 HAVANA future.
j i this session, were in error--every ) her sisters the lesson that I
the national Conservatives Held In Line The Court will also pass on the ij I and of
his in I)
hundreds of friends recovery
act. I{!i lIe emphasized this in the for- Justice, from young Mr. Roberts j j|i right of the Tennessee Valley Authority I tragedy has been heeded. Hopkins is reported to
Key West, announces in this issue ) to aged Mr. Brandeis, was pres- j
I There however ]least eign affairs debate in commons to sell electric power in I : have discussed the with
of The Citizen as a candidatefor are, at ,,, I I lent,I in his seat on the Bench. ,I, Year Ahead of America STEAMSHIP FLORIDA SCHEDULED plan
J five other "new deal" test cases which preceded the call for the I[ competition with private The addition of the':Mogami and
bench all but I
which is
not at a utilitieS.j both
a j the chief of
city councilman at the elec- election when said i In the test case to decide army en-
pending of the greatest importance. he : collection of old-fashioned, corn- Mikuma to the fleet means Japans j TO COM IN THIS
tion on November 12. They involve such highly i i*i "The burden of the prime min-1 fortable and rather nondescript I Federal District Court held for' is more than a year ahead of the.! f gineers and the president,
controversial the i ister in these critical times is no the utilities-a higher court held'United States in this! AFTERNOON
Candidate Sullivan has for issues as authority -j leather chairs. The chairs are the ships of ) and to have received no objections -
I light This anxious position for the TVA. I j I
years been a regressive businessman of the federal government -] one. only thing in the super-luxurious classification. The American navy' i
to tax for the : may last for months." The Court will pass, on two' is cruisers II| from either source.
"general wel-i j many building (One Justice! , viewing it building four of 10-
and of to !:
proprietor an up fare the administration's farm!j Despite disregard by many in completion for the first time. other highly debated, recent meas-', 000 tons each, also to be armed Steamship O.ibi' of the P. and i Construction of the shel-
date machine shop in Key West. ures-the Bankhead ,Cotton Control -! O. S. S. arrived
I program and the electric power)I tories of the word "national" and, observed< 'that the Court should go with fifteen 6-inch guns company yesterday |
Through many phases of the' "yardstick." )I I I regardless of several disputes i tto! work riding on elephants in the Act and the condemnation!j These are the Savannah Nashville -. afternoon from Havana with !, ters is not incidental to

economic life of the city he has j Besides the Hoosac Mills\ case,I within the party on various government 'i I. manner of Oriental potentates) f of lands for slum clearance bye:I Brooklyn and Philadelphia, nine passengers: faro of whom were I bridging the two water gaps
never swerved from his convictionthat involving the AAA processing, policies, Baldwin has held I!|I which are not new. They will be the Public Works. Administration.-! but the first of them will not bej'l i 1 for Key Wed others for Tampa.
the conservatives well in line and, Legal tests of other vital New] I' Steamship Florida: : of the same between Key West and the
Key West will be, in the not taxes there are five other "new replaced as soon as the Justices 'l completed until late in 1936. Be-
far distant future, one of the i',: deal" cases pending of great im-' always has been assured of a pre-j j I: get together and agree on a stand- Deal measures-such as the Pub- fore then the Mogami and Mi-j\ !i 1 line, is due to ani *e this after-I mainland, according to Wil-
1 I lic Utility Act of 1935-are still noon from Havana and will pail
in parlia- I
most popular pleasure resorts in. portance. J Ji ponderent ard design. I kuma will be joined by two morel
Honda. j -- --- | ment. The fact that no Justice retir- wendingtheir way through lower of their class. j at 10 o'clock: tonight for Miami. t liam R. Porter, who is in
i i Demand Power To Rearm illustrate the im- courts, will probably not reach i In the Mogami\ class the I Two ships of the Clyde-Mallory
ed Japanese .
lie believes, he says, that con- J serves Washington with a committee -
i BRIEF the Lines are due to arrive this
SESSION this session. at
I There were serious intra-party Supreme Court
builders unlike the
ducting a city's affairs is {, | portance with which the Court itself Amer-
practically j
the India Other highly important }(port Friday. These are the Brazos, seeking a grant or loan
\ the I quarrels at first on government I views its new session. Some cases, icens failed to take full advantage!
same conducting
other business, as and as one who any j!i j OF COURT TODAY I bill but some changes; ofa lof the Justices are far beyond I I not of Federal origin, but of importance -I'jof the London treaty's limit on'I j I bound.northbound, and the Ozark, south- for construction of the
minor character and much persuasion as precedents to the en-
the normal retirement But displacement of 10,000 tons. I
has been !! i age.
successful in business of I I
all but a few I| tire country, are on the crowdedJ! i The Brazos is coming with bridges. Mr. Porter said
his own, he feels confident he can :! won over II j they still possess their keen minds I i iI ) These ships were kept to 8,500 j
join with others in successfully I I 'I die-hards. On defense, many}I' -and each Justice apparently docket. These include: Powe;' tons each, because at that figure; ; freight from Galveston will discharge the shelter plan is "not a
I FOUR ADDITIONAL JURYMEN' tories for months attacked the of a state to levy a tax upon pre I and proceed to Miami and
'' wishes: to contribcte his share to Japan could build six vessels j
conducting the
nuipality. a mu- 'I S I DRAWN TO COMPLETE I''I government, with Winston Churchill -I 1 settling cases which may mark ferred stock of a national bank within the 100,450 tonnage; al-l j j New York. The Ozark is from I very big item compared to
I Jacksonville and Miami with
Imbued with the resolve to i leading and pointing to Ger- great steps in the history and evolution held by the Reconstruction Finance -[ lowed her at London for this sub-. the bridges," and that approval -
I) REQUIRED NUMBER many's then officially unreported,' Corporation; Validity ofj: freight for Key West. She is1 i
lend t of American government. Category. She could have built!
in the every event effort he is as elected an official, and, i 1I t j i 1 I II I but unofficially known rearma-|i No other major country today Massachusetts statutes regulating I !([ only five 10.000-ton ships. .;' bound for New qrleans. I i:, or rejection of the

to work in harmony with other 1 i j ment. I posseSses an institution in billboard advertising along public. shelter project i is not likelyto
members I At a brief session! of circuit Baldwin later indirectly admit- way comparable to our SupremeCourt. j highways; Validity of the famousor I ELEVEN ARRIVE I
the furtherance of I : I | j I
: affect the of the
all thing beneficial to Key West :'I court this morning with Judge i i I IJefer. i ted the government was a little I Intaly, Russia, Germanyand ( infamous) Louisiana news-; FUNERAL status
i I
Mr. Sullivan o'fers for election. .'on B. Browne presiding I! slow and launched a defense ex- other countries the highest paper and periodical tax, forced! I I bridge project.

i j I Bal'} '" officials present. 14 of the I i j jlift'jurors pansion program, using the Ger-, courts are tools of the dictatorsin through the Louisiana Legislature -:, BEING HELD TODAY; ABOARD PLANEThere

summoned for service man official statements as power-in Enp-Iand! which has by the late Senator Huey !
POWER BARGE IS ;i were present and qualified. i i iI i I fying increased expenditures.justi-I no constitution, the High Court Long, and said by publishers to NE\V\ ARRIVALS

\ II To fill out the required venire I j, Now he is saying: "I will not cannot overrule the acts of the be a direct blow at freedom of t were 11 arrival on the
I 1! be for the I the Whether not the Funeral] services for John S. 'I'
PLACED ON WAYS\ i of 18 four others were summoned !: responsible government Parliament. press; or plane this morning from Miami
i! as follows! : Albert Atwell. Noel 0.Robert. 'I''j I' if I am not given power to remedy Last: session;: the Supreme Court Sugar Institute and its members j Gandolfo, 95, one of Key West's j and two names have been enteredon i WEEKS'HOMEMr.
.. Elis: Archer and Aurelio j I I deficiencies that have occurred in I II threw into discard the most im- I constitute a violation of the Sherman oldest citizen are being con- { the reservation list for this

; Lastres.. I'I I our defensive services since the I II portant Administration measure, Act (the anti-trust law). j ducted this afternoon 4 o'clock afternoon. -

Power Barge :Montgomery, ,I, This group is being summoned I I war." I the NRA, along with a number of It is reported that one Supreme!) from the Lopez; Funeral Home to I Arrivals were: Jose Perez;, Juan i and Mrs. William Week

mhi/h, arrived from :Miami Monday !I: today by Deputy Sheriff Ray Elj I Baldwin has been getting a big lesser acts, such as the Railway Court Justice, who was against;:: St. Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic Perez, J. B. Sullivan Walter W. i announce the iirth o' twin girl!

and docked at the Porter Dock j j wood, and are to report 9 30I I i I kick out of running the government I Pension Law. It upheld by the the new building, said that thej, : church. Rev. A. L Maureau, White. Helen Caviness, B. C.
in Caroline
the residence
to discharge )part of her cargo, is''I o'clock) tomorrow morning when j;: although he was its ruler on narrowest of margins, five to Court was likely to be forgotten! S. officiating.. Moreno B. )i. Duncan, John A. at and

now 01 the local marine railway I I court convenes. I I'I broad policies while MacDonald] 'I four, the Gold Seizure; Act. This if moved out of its old quarters( C. Bogart. Roy Moss, Kirby S. i Elizabeth streets oa Monday.

j case will be tried tomorrow. This'!I I He has been keeping a definite comes before the Bench to plead chance of that. Government of- the names of Laciiie ad Lazelle.

A.. -oon as the vessel is in i is a suit for $100.000 damages in I guiding hand on foreign. policy, for extraordinary and unprecented I ficials, business men and the pUb>, y SMUGGLES DIAMONDS the former being :torn 3:15 o'clockin
readmeit will be let down into I I which the plaintiff is George G. j ji .j terming Sir Samuel Hoare, foreign laws which the Administration He at large will give; the present; $ a ram s
the and the latter
the water and proceed to Tampa i I Park and the defendant is J. E. minister, and Anthony Eden, believes necessary to its session of the Court like the! and h.4aH DOVER Eng,-Miss Edna Dai- mornieg at
with the balance of her cargo,, Price individually and as the | minister for League of Nations gram. last a degree of attention rarely j I ben of this city was caught trying 12:30 in the afUra***. r

consisting of 10,000 cases of{'l owner of the Okeechobee Construction -j I subjects, a "team which eould be The Court may, by the pro-I equaled in its long and epoch-! WHISKIES AND GINS to smuggle diamonds into England Mother and d&&gM.n are re-

beer. [ Company. 'I changed if necessary." this is read, have handed making history. I from Holland in her hat. ported as doing nicely. t






t tin' C W Jt GAS WAR OF THE FUTURE '! .. ..........."'j r board county commissioners last' .................e..5.

tt OUiiI ,WEATHER KEY WEST IN night a delegation requested the'
Today's Birthdays
Published/ Daily Except Sunday By It is evident that chemistry will playan t'UBl\C\ (NtM\E5: \ body that when contracts are let

THE CiTIZEPCRLiSHING, P. ARTMA.V: ,!Pre.l.e.tJOE Co., HC.I important part in future wars. Any ........................1 _. ... DAYS GONE BY for the the Keys construction it will be of stipulatedthat the roadson ............... ..........

AI.LK. A........ B.. ..*. Maaactr program of national preparedness which Tc..r......... 1L-I SNAtcEJ Happening. Her Jmtl 10 the road on Key Largo be 40 novelist Gertrude, born AUiertofl in San ,Framu famed. ,.

From The Citizen Building does not for Highest _---.....-....--..-......83 II Today At Take. From feet wide. During the time the. o
provide meet- 78
Corner Greene and Ann Street. means Lowest ..._..... ... . 74 D IV-E The Files Of Tn. Citizen delegation was discussing the mat-! years ago.

"Only Dally Newspaper County.In Key West and Monroe cal ing warfare gas attacks is sadly and other deficient forms in of a branch chemi- I Mean I...Mean.........::..-..-:::..::::..:::-.-::::::::-,:77 78Normal I:- Bids were received last night at road ter of, a the number proposed of telegrams width of were the'': Zoe Akins author and p-\} \ -

wright born at Hamamville. M .
Entered at Key west. Florida as second clan matter of military activity which may prove of a.iftr..U.Yeterday's I the meeting of the county com- il. reveived and read, asking the commissioners -! 49 years. ago.
missioners, for different road projects to heed the pleas of I II
-------- ----- vital importance.And Precipitation .0 Ins.
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR Normal Precipitation _._. 11 Ins.I ITomorrow's i on the Keys, none of which I the applicants. It was decided that
inasmuch as the best defense is I! Fanny Headip Lea, $"Tlgt '
.. the residents
> Key
Mratber .f the Associate J rrsu -1'r.- err.rd .r :a-k. Mri.di were accepted as they all exceeded taxpayers on
,.di.a st it ..::; Ihls '..r.isa. '. born in New Orfeaaa" 51 j; i a
the Associated Free is exclnslre'j e-tltled tc use a vigorous offensive, our forces should be the allotments. Tidewater I Largo submit a petition to thecounty
for re cu!>>. tlJ!I of all news d'so. ictes credited tot Almanac j j jSun i commissioners, to be ago.
or not otherwise credited In thU paper and also prepared to the fight into the I Construction company bid
the local nets published here.'NATIONAL carry rises ...-.__...._m.... 6:34: a. m.j 230.30 for construction $682'-1 I ed by the required number of MJt11-j
enemy's camp. Sun sets _....... .. ..., 3:46 p. m.)it\ i boulevard. They also bid payers on the Key. asking Dr. WaHen H. Hamilton .

EDITORIALASSOCIATION While the use of poisonous gases is Moon rises ......._.......10:24 a. m. : i 241.12 for building road $1-0'-1 from I special bond election be held for! Yale's Law SiLnti, h Whn? t tI ':.

( e... JJ the nations Moon rets . .............. 9:08 p. m. a Loaf.I!the purpose of constructing the I'I: Federal Conmimrrg' Agency 1 Lp-t
banned by which were partiesto Saddle Bunches to Sugar ;
<==/fl..LA- net tt3S I Tomorrow's Tides road according to their require-. !i ia Tennessee, $-& years ago.
Janner Brothers bid for
- - the arms reduction: conference held in ments. I I -

One Year .STBSCRIPTION. .. . . ..____ __-"A'r._._ 1' $10.00 1922, similar agreements were in effect A.M. P.M. construction of the Key Largo I ,I, Lynn P. Tatley, president of th
___ __
81 Ix Month --- ... .. ... .... ...." _......_...__ i.e0 I High '' ---'' --- 12:55 road. All of the bids were In'f'atlYI !I I Federal CainrnorfHj Credit C-
Tore* Months 1.r": before the World War yet that did not 11:45 estimated, A group of Shriners of Mahi
"tine Month .n..__'_' ....- _,__. ,85 I Low ......._...____._ 6:15 5:14 in excess of the amounts Temple Nobles, will leave this i I i poration. born at Belton. T. -.
Weekly ?.......... .__......._..._.__ .ZO prevent the employment of these destruc- for the work. I 54 years age.
Barometer afternoon over the East Coast for
8 m. today:
ADVERTMING HAl M tive agencies when the urge of necessity I the I
great ceremonies to be heM
Sea level, 30.12.WEATHER the main of the-
Hade known on application. One of objects
came. As a matter of fact, all the lead- tomorrow in Miami. There will be Rudolph Footer, executive ct r*
meeting of the Key West Realty I I in charge of the White Hous.
1000 nobles of the shrine
ing nations today are busy with the development FORECAST mystic
Board called for tonight. is to
reading; notices, cards of thauks. resolutions oreepert. ( from Key West and other east Office, born in Washm-
obituary notices etc, will be charged /or at of chemical war equipment, regardless complete the, membership subscriptions ton, 63 years ago.
the rat of lit tents a 11nNotices (Till 8 p.. m.. Thursday) coast cities tomorrow. Roy Can-
Board in I
to the State or-
for entertainments by cbnThes from Which of their pledges not to use it. Fair field, Ross Sawyer, H. Smith,
West and
a revenue la to be derived are 5 cents a line. I Key Vicinity: der that the local organization Col. Calvin
'The Utzrn is an open forum and invites discussion Dr. James F. Norris, former president with the Florida Association Arthur Gomez Roy Lewin, H. A. Gocktard not"
will be listed Northwestern _,
of public Issues and subjects' of K>..1 or general I I I Gibson and Judge J. F. Busto, are University prof. )
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communication of the American Chemical Society, soundeda I I eO 1i buMp I of Real Estate Board! in of police Prit"ftce..U arms! n
t those who
.. I II among attend from
note of warning on this subject when he @] i' I''I Lakeland, Fla. The number and Key West. pert and criminologist, born m
i Baltimore 44
years ago.
said : "When the final pressure comes a I :.. ; ; !-i

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ration will use any means available to save i '"\ I Lakeland will be determined also. "Not having been here for the Paul Valery. famed French!

ADVOCATED BY -HE CITIZEN its life." lie urged that our Army con- I I j I i I past four months, due to illness. I writer, born 64 years ago.
k1'l I It There will be of football already notice the vast improve-'
a game .
tinue to study and develop the means of >> I
ments which have taken ..
t r.t i iI I played in the army barracks place I. Chagos, an archipelago in t'
1..ater and S werage. chemical warfare, with adequate appropriations r fI I I tomorrow between the realtors during that period" said Charles, Indian ocean belonging to Git-t;

2., Bridges to complete Road to Main- for the purpose, as other I i / FI -=- i and marines. Both teams are in S. Baxter president of the Bur-I I Britain, exports veeoaut oil, coo

armies I I fi s I the best trim and are eager for bank Realty company, to The 1 nuts copra, guano arid Kilt!t .J
land. are I / the contest. Citizen this morning.HIany: dis- fish. '

S. Free Port. I Of course we do not want war. We tonight; Thursday partly cloudy;j1! 'W nit f" t [ I reputable shacks have been torn

did not want the last one. But anotherwar moderate easterly winds. j I Weaving recklessly in and out Announcement has been re- down and in their places building "J5ek..tlle'. Le..c 11.t.i"
4. Hotels and Apartments. Florida: Generally fair tonight; which are a credit to the city have
may come-is almost certain to come t I! of traffic, the Snake Driver is ceived here of the marriage of THE SEMINOLE
Thursday; partly cloudy. been he said.
5. :Miss Yvonne Baldwin daughterof erected
Bathing Pavilion. later. We should make Jacksonville to Florida Straits one of the most dangerous pub-
I sooner or reason-
6. Airports-Land and Sea. and East Gulf: Moderate north-I I lic enemies of the highways.The Harry Baldwin of Key West, r
able preparations to meet any emergencyby seconds and Rohert H. Kuhn of South Editorial comment: Free verse'
saved in his mad
east east winds fair
7. Consolidation of and to generally
county CitJ'I
developing every branch of modern desire "to there first" I River. N. J. The event was solemnized is probably so called because it i IiI
weather can
tonight overcast get
Governments. in the home of Miss Baldwin's i
I : warfare. To fail in this would be to invite Thursday. never pay for the thousands of I usually free from rhyme and
uncle and aunt, Mr. and
I innocent victims left in his wake. I sense. i
should unhappily be forced I .
-- disaster war Mrs. J. Waldo Leon, Coral Gables.Mr. of
WEATHER! : CONDITIONS Good drivers never lake I
and Mrs. Kuhn will leave this
Good evening. Have ou so lived to- upon us. chances that unnecessarily endanger : Slide and Hunter mountainsare
i evening on the Clyde Line Steamer -
that continue Disturbances central this the only ones to exceed 4,000
day you can reading this are I I lift or property' en route to the New Jersey t
THE SUCKER LIST morning over western Coloradoand feet elevation in the Catskills.
column without trepidation? I western Minnesota. Grand II I........................ home of Mr. Kuhn. ......._..11... Florida

To without is Junction, Col.l 29.52 inches, and occurred this The soil of Ethiopia is exceed- Cft.'S. B. GRI\KR. Mmmmgn
marry money as much a : Today'sAnniversaries A' small fire \ i,
Methodical dealers and salesmen I I
keepa Moorhead, Minn., 29.72 inches; A human, horollke Institution!
mistake as to marry for money. Both morning in a small! buildingon ingly fertile and agriculture is> where. yom wHl find ...ll....
list prospective customers upon whom while pressure continues high over Trumbo Island, with practically extensive. cvBifort ... rmtrrtmlmtmrmt a matter .
should be avoided and be. eastern sections of the of
can country 'I great Importance.
they bring to bear from time to time their no damage resulting. The;I .I
Father Point 30.66 inches -o--
Quebec, .5.5..5555555555555. r .
alarm was sounded from Box 112 .
most persuasive selling argument.The! I I A. steel h.ndl.g I.taleet
and the northwestern high KEY WESTCOLONIAL
If all the debates 1741 A/i -elica Kauffmann "
arguments, and set ; Trumbo Island and transmitted I the heart .t tae elf;
plan has been proved of value as better re- pressure area is spreading southeastward Swiss born. Died Nov.
speeches in the world were put in a pile the northern II painter to Number 1 station. HOTELIn --o--
sults are obtained through intensive solicit- over Rocky 5, 1807. I Every Room with Combination Tub
and burned there would be much blaze but Mountain region, Edmonton and and Shower Bath Radio Electric
At the of the the Center of the Business
regular meeting 'I
little loss. ing of a selected list of prospects than. Calgary:: Alberta 30.42 inches. |I Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer
1815-Elizabeth L. Somstock, I and Theater District Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
through random efforts. I Rains have occurred during the Mattresses of Inner Spring CVnBtroctlon -
I American
Quaker clergyman and ,,
You have no idea how easy it is to But it is not only those engaged in' last 24 hours from Ontario southward -j' philanthropist a noble character, BENJAMIN LOPEZ ': First CIa.F'rreprf- I|,1 ing Lamps.and Individual/ Bead-
into the Carolinas, and in 1
legitimate business who thus seek to sim- : I born in England. Died at Union FUNERAL HOME I Sensible Rates lure.
get out a newspaper; the problem is to portions of the northwestern dis' !
Springs, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1891. Srvinc Key West 1
make it pay without dodging the landlord plify their salesmanship by concentratingupon tricts. Temperatures!! are abnorm- I Half Century COFFEE SHOr NOW OPE 78 KO Rooms Hoom.., Private Private Rat Hath __.__.... .%XM*.

those Promotersof ally high: this morning in the central 4. n__.. _..._.m... "
and the rest of the creditors. most likely to buy. I 1815-Andrew J. Downing, 24 Hoar Ambvlanco Servleo Private Bath a.
__. .. ._ .
Plains and West Gulf States!, Garage Elevator 24 n Private Bath XS
wildcat ventures also select their pros- and are generally above the sea- I New York nurseryman, first great Licensed Emba'merPhone Sample RMMB. Private Bath bee
!i American architect and Prices | SLIGHT IHrRRASB FOR DUfBLH
landscape 135 Night C96-W Popular
Heywood Broun, the columnist, says pective victims with extreme care, although -, sonal average from the Mississippi ; occurAHCTr
greatest: horticulturist of his time,
that Shakespeare was a columnist and pos- many of their lists run to large Valley eastward; while much j'I born at Newburgh. N. Y. Diedin '. --. --- -- . .-.-
colder weather throughout
sibly the greatest of the tribe. The last figures. most western prevails districts Helena.- I, an effort to save others on a

statement leaves a crack through which President Auchincloss of the National Mont. reporting a minimum of 8 I burning ship. July.!28, 1852.

Heywood might come to the surface. Better Business Bureau declared that one degrees" below zero, which is the I *"1825-Adelaide Anne Procter, r
lowest recorded there at this
New York promoter has a list of 600,000 English, poet, born. Died Feb. 2,
of the I .
The season! year.
modern newspaper, large or names of persons who"are known to be easy n. S. KF. NF.nY. I:1864.
small, ;; "contact man" for its community Officer in Charge I
victims for swindling schemers. Such a 1829-Roscoe ConUing, celebrated -

outside its field of pub1ic.4ion. Every compilation of names L> known as a "sucker ....................... i[: Utica N. Y. lawyer, may- HOUSEHOLD GOODS
worthwhile citizen should b3 ES anxious as .1 jor! congressmen, senator, Republican -
list. Advertising literature holdingout .
the publisher himself to make each news- Today In History leader and orator born at

paper truly representative.: -Western Pub- the most glowing opportunities for ........................ I[Albany, N. Y. Died April 18.
to. 1888.
profitable investments is sent regularly
lisher. 1867-Two French brigades en- i OF
those who have been found gullible enoughto ter Rome to aid the Pope. J i 1829-John Rogers, noted sculptor QUALITYA

A Florida paper in its editorial column bite at such bait. A good sucker list is I i born at Salem, Mass. Died
1881-Capt. George W. De! a veritable gold mine for the unscrupulous
says it feels that better times are here, ant; Long. Amercian Arctic explorer.!!{I I o _

looking further we lind a full-page advertisement promoter.If and his party, perished from cold i,[r 1849-Sir William Mackenzie,

occupying one of the pages. I: one receives frequent letters or circulars and starvation within a few milesof J I offering amazing inducements to a Siberian i settlement. builder, born in Ontario. Died
The Citizen I
got a full-page advertisement i Dec. 5, 1923.1854Thomas. Our Store And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY
oil mining other stocks he
purchase or I
for publication the
publisher would think 1910--John B. Motant made I -

the millennium had actually arrived.A may be sure that he is listed among the 34-minute flight in a\Bleriot- Viono-I I H. Carter, Montana -I HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There. -

"easy marks," whose credulity yields mil- plane, around the Statue | lawyer and U. S. Senator.
I erty. about 3S miles,' for Ryan i i born in Scioto Co., Ohio. Died
man who plays: bolita rejularly wa. I lions of dollars to swindlers every year. d!0,000 prize. i(i Sept. 17, 1911.

asked concerning a cetai.i item in The I ay". I!

Citizen and replied he was not a subscriber JUST SIX YEARS AGO 1918-American* occupy<< Ain-i i Chan Chan, a ruined and del -
creville, north of Verdun. serted pre-Inca city on the coast MOPS\ AND BROOMS GARBAGE CANS
because he could not afford it. He I j jI I i i l of Peru, is situated 300 milesI

was felled by a retort court-oust (?) when Wall Street paused last week to recall j 1922-Allied troops, including i]I I north of Lima.admirer .

told he could save enough to pay for the the break in stocks that six years ago Americans, Britain France, Japan I I I KITCHEN WARE WATER COOLERS
I and Italy evacuate Siberia. I j I President Hoover presents -
paper by one day's absteion from his served notice that speculation would not -- Mme. Curie $50,000 check: .
vice. pay and that talk could not keep a nation 1929-In behalf of American J!i I for a gram of radium.

'I prosperous. -- . ------- --. CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

This i is the time of the year when I Today by contrast traders are worried r

every merchant and I business: man should fearing that the present upturn may

ad\ in The Citizen, because at this 'get out of hand, sail aloft upon frenzied DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY\ IRONING BOARDS

time this paper i is daily receiving inquiries speculation and collapse with terrifying

from prospective winter t"IS u!ori:> regarding effect.
houses! for rent, grocery stores, dry goods The possibility exists. :Millions in idle CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREALL

stores etc. Frankly The Citizerrgives: the money and billions in credit form are YOUR TOWN I

name only of those that .;.Hvertise in its available if the public decides to gambleon
colum.nIn fact the pper is sent and market advances rather than to acceptthe ,

those interested in Key Vest may see for dividends earned. Once the buying i
I I ,
themselves. mania begins there will be unjustified increases All Modern Banking Facilities I Dinner Sets, $1.00 and Up

in the price of favored stocks until
Commercial and Savings Accounts
The Key West C'tizen thinks that acongressman's selling orders wipe out paper profits. ... ? .' .
)I' .
job is a "sinecure... The Frankly, the inherent greed of the "

amount of kowtowing, running nround and average citizen is the danger. Without I
The First National Bank ot Key West
work that a congressman must do these heeding the lesson of four years of depres- Ii

days makes his job a hard one and one sion m.en and women will risk their resources .

that many wouldn't have for ten times the in a chance stab at a get-rich-quick Member of the Federal Reserve II South [Florida Contracting & Engineering

salary attached to the po:>. .-Sarasota manoeuvre. They will attempt to get a .

Herald. Nevertheless, congre men seldom fortune without working for it and, in the 598 White and Efca Streets
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance
relinquish! the "sinecure" voluntarily, anti end, they will once again beg their gov-

there is always a plethora of candidates ..:merl for a chance to work for a liv- Corporation "Your.home. is worthy of the best"

eagerly willing to become martyrs. I ing. 1 J,




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,;I,. by JetitatBowman. =% 1 ....e e.e................
This decree' promises another

aFiOI'S! Ant'. FarrsuorfArawaot which they soon realized she could SPORTS ........................ 0'1 I hard worker who will compel a
<< Aelp feelf,, .. tartly good place in the world by pe<--
'O.t.rse ptedora./ Aer/etAer's deeialo. fo rWft" i.- not answer. under this head .i1 fD ..wa1tESl'tdwr sistenee.! In its beat phases and
forla ytnpl. pnrtlv became the !- Nor did they gain more satisfaction : will be inserted in The Citizen at I 't'' with proper major aspects ih.squality
of II" ./lR". Bob Crocker, after the arrival of the Luke the rate of Ic r <
word for each insertion
tmif rtrpcrtnll/ kre.... she Aactorah .. a generally leads to great
Aer lalktt deeply' intertttrttl Farnsworth :! but the minimum for the fortune; and even when hamper d
r.t rrrla, *or J. Awoe'. old That the constant advert-pr is'
mir,. <. trlliun him !Xo.> ,4...e i. "Going on business. was Luke'sterse ------.- first insertion in every instance is by contrary conditions it w.'I'
poi*<; .Nf* Rob to dinner trttk rela- reply to the storm of queries 25c th one who gets the business. \
nearly always
lives icftot* .*. cordmfl eI..,..,.. and with that they had to be satis .....................a** bring a large: mea-
LIGHTHOUSE TEN {, LOCAL BOY HURLED Payment for classified adver- Painstaking are should be tak- \ ure of success

Chapter Fire fied.The Doings Around The tisements is invariably in advance, en in the preparation o! copy. ---
dinner wasn't a pleasant af
j HAPPY FAMILY fair. Luke obviously upset over t but regular advertisers with ledger Advertisements should reflect" The British public spends approximately
.. something. paid scant attention to I Golf Links CCC CAMP TEAM accounts may have their advertisement irrrrrty. In order to he effective $5m&W a week on

TIlE drive was short The car the remarks addressed to him. and charged. they should be clear, specific ) chocolate and coafeettanery.'
soon moved up the Ihru -lIned Lucinda trying to defend or mediate BOYS YESTERDAY I Advertisers should give their and direct. 1 SIn

'driveway to the house where Anne seemed as distrait as he. Anne i.! (By GRAVY) ALLOWED ONLY FIVE HITS street address as well as their telephone writing ads business men j The HahavanM, a chronicle of

....................... I number if they desire re them read
-I had spent the early yean of her observing them was uncomfortable I i hould make so plainly -; Ceylon's early history tells of the
and when she caught an occasional : : : I.'. I BUT LOST GAME 5 sults.With; that the least educated person J Jan landing of Vijaya the first Singhalese
life and upon which she now looked BAYVIEW OUTFIT SCORED IN The next time you are at the i each classified advertisement i
glimpse of Rob. seated on the same i them.
I understand
: king in 504 B. C.
starter'shop please take a look at TO 3 :
j) with affectionate interest.Sharlee side of the table but below her. she I 1 The Citizen will give free an i for
FIRST AND SIXTH FRAMES; the notice on the wall and exe- i They should not skimp thesake | .
was at the door to meet found he her iI Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for.
was studying parents I and should
of few cents '
a ] merchandise
I ness be
cute same. A handicap tournament -iC I j or eaa profit.
ahem bracelets necklaces dangling with a grim suspicions air. SCORE WAS CLOSE BEING I not leave any essential!' point out !,I ably advertised in
is. to be played in a coupleof newspapers.
Only Sharlee seemed at ease. Shar (By )
'ear-rings and curls fluttering! and of their ad.. j! -
lee and Mima. Sharlee's high laugh 4TO3 I weeks and it is necessary to The writer has just received a WANTED After make them j,
Jangling with her animation.MWllere'l j they out 1
find out what each man has for \\\\\\1"I/I
echoed above the monotone of talk
clipping from the Olanton (Ala-
WANTED should read them from
I rfhance to bid on they over i
your mother! demanded and occasionally her rapid staccato | a usual score. The tournamentI (
I bama) Daily News, which shows your next printing order. The the standpoint of a possible ens-: ]I SPEND
be of the 3o-hole variety, j !
Mrs Charlotte Farnsworth chatter caused the others to pause JOVE) I
(By j a Key West Viera Artman Press. aug" tomer. 1 i
for two after- boy. Happy
and listen. lasting Thursday ,
from Inner her I
appearing an room Diamondball
Social League
They should give their ads a
Anne won her aunt's displeasureby 'I noons., The prizes will be an- i ir itched for the CCC Camp 3431. I i %
'perpetual look of discontent
more scheduled WANTED chance. One two insertions
its yester- or
played Living suite.
game room
conversing with Miina as she i i nounced later. Also a prize will lIe lost the! to New Ccdron
deeply etched on her almost mascu- served and was relieved when the day afternoon at Bayview Park. 'be given for the player showingthe : game Also dinette. Must\ be reason- ring returns but steady advertising -:igV/tCATIDN(

line features than ever. dinner was over and they were allowed The contestants were the Light- greatest improvement over a Alabama nine.However able. Box M, Citizen. brings steady returns. :
the local hurler struck oct30-2tx They should never forget the THIS YEAR IN :
Anne explained that she had been to repair to the living room. given period.
'detained by her father who was late "Anne." Luke Farnsworth beck house and Bayview Park teams. ; Gut 12 of the New Cedron batters, fact that the newspapers will cooperate i

ia getting in from the cannery. oned "and boys. Lee. Tom and you. the former defeating the latter by '| Our personal glimpse today will ; allowing only five hits. lie also! FOR RENT with them at all times in .FLORIDAERY

"Lee got In early enough." Mrs. Rob. I want. to talk to you aU in the the close score of 4 to 3., about a boy most of you have i j I Knocked oui a double and a single giving advice and helping make

Farnsworth countered. don't see library The Beacon boys scored one i known
run in each the first, second and | knew that you knew' that he knew ( *in the last frame witn two ly renovated. Modern conven steady and economical returns.

third innings and added anotherin : that you knew he knew how to ; on bases and itwas the oily time iences. 529 Simonton street Any honest proportion, bn.i- / " "'\\

sly the fifth, which was the only '| play the game of golf. And this I his club scored ,Behind hun.t oct29-3t I __.__ _ __. -- -- --- ---
earned run they made. ]'j gentleman is none other than Mr. t The contestiwasjplajiwf in Bil-

w In the fifth canto F. Stickney !I, Hollon R. BervaldL Surely thatR. lingsley in Clinton Co-inty, Ala- NICELY FURNISIIED APARTMENT .

singled to right and went to second cannot stand for such a simple bama. with garage. Apply 827
1I < when Parks was thrown out name as Robert. Probably should Score by innings: I:. II. E. Duval street. oct 19

at the plate. Stickney went to i
third on a pass:; and scored on an father of Hollon was a gentlemanfrom 200 003 000.$ 5 1 TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED -

infield out. ', the :sunny! land of Italy!: CCC Camp 3481- APARTMENT. Conveniences .I OUR ii

The Park outfit scored their :i You've heard of the place on ac- ; 000 000 cos-a c & porches. 519 Eliza-

first run in the opening frame :,: count of Ethiopia. I Batteries: Burnette and Culvm; beth street. Apply 523 South- i I :

end put over two more in the'' Well it seems our hero was I Viera and Mizell.SOFTBALL. ard street. oct 1-1 1 I ffeddflq

sixth! inning. j i born up here in the part of the: I' FOR RENT OR SALE
city where have to occasionally !
Parks hit a single and a : you CONTEST "
in his two official times at bat. : dodge a grunt-bone or maybe I 7-ROOM UNFURNISHED house. ; soon each of our

I Ii Blackwell knocked out two singles :i a johnny cake. I Modern conveniences.! 1122 Watson -:. friends will be rcccivirg an

in three tries. Stanley pinched :J Anyway, our hero was ambitious; I TOMORROW NIGHTBy Street. Enquire W. S. ]' invitation to our Wedding- andwe

YrI hit an the sixth and came through: and so went all the way through COONS, 621 Caroline street
I with a hit. It was a fluke hit over school and is today the head man I oct29-2tx j,, want it to be the best looting invitation we can get**

first. of the High} School alumni. ----I
os R. Roberts J. Walker J. Car- I! Well afteja while he {ot x I ( JOVE WANT TO RENT another house{ Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be then
bonell Mathews and B. Demeritt'played \' job with Uncle Sam's postoffice: : Tomorrow night at Bayview I large or smalL Apply 303 1
Park the combined regular Senior very finest; and that is why we ore invitmg ro to'r'
i Whitehead street. oct28-3tx
a good in the field. when Marcy Darnall was po=tmas-
Ak game ( i League and lenefit diamondball remarkable line of Sled Engraved Wedding Invitations -
Score by innings: R. II. E. ter which was a little while al1o'i j genuine
1 I will be played between the SALE
05 Lighthouse .... 111 010-4 6 21; Anyway our hero held on to the ]I i Firemen and Bakers. I and Announcement in the Favored Styles of 19}).
,f ft Bayview Park 100 002-3 6 7' job until now he is Asistan'Postmaster. : I
I The Junior Patrol will give an PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
You that is the i
Batteries: F. Stickney and Pel- see' !+
I licier; Elwood and J. Walker. j, job that dies the work hot why exhibition on the field before the I cards $1.25. The Artman I THE ARTMAN PRESS

said anything about the pay! game. Press. ang7

; Well, our hero has a brother i CITIZEN BUILDINGFIRMS
-sy The coffee in OLD PAPERS FOR
BOOKS VS. BUOYS who is a county commissioner plant indigenous SALE-Twoj I
here that bas nothing to do with in the Kaffa country of Ethiopia, bundles for 6c. The Citizen Office. i
Sharlce was at the door to meet them.
the golf bus;ness. Anyway, our whence it takes its name. oct161
what Luke thought he had to do. HeBuould HE waited until the men were I .! hero started! 1 In playing golf along 1 j I _______ __ _. ,. -- ----- ------ -- - -
know by this time tbat Lee's Q and Anne perched on his I while ajro-when Frank Wol- ;
capable of managing affairs! down chair, then he began. She listened kowsky was a par golfer. i j

here Portland too for that matter.I with growing wonder at his obvious (By JOVE) I Anyway. Hollon gave up the i|

and without interference. displeasure. This afternoon at the Park the i j game until he heard about all tl-e | .

Anne was saved the embarrassment "Anne" he said. "I'm sorry I High School outfit will tackle the | dinners Samuel Ephraim wes eating -1 \ /

of a reply by the sudden haven't taught you something about Lighthouse crew. These teams j at the expense of Winsofje i r
switching of the conversation."Ct'autlful the business which provides ;you : :
are of the Social Diamondball Willie so Hollon says that din- ;,
cape,'' observed Mrs. with your livelihood. You'd under.
League. ners paid for by a Duke Sands :
Farnsworth, have stand better what I'm about to speak
crudlngly.must!; Tomorrow afternoon the Bay- would be very acceptable. Th, I
eust a fortune. Mima" a slim pale of to the boys. However be turnedto I
view Park ten and Administration only trouble with this arrange !
blond girl came in from another them "I'm not pleased with the
club will meet. ment being Hollon has not yet had Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
room. smiled shyly at Anne and way things. are being handled down that free meal. I t
took the cape. 1 I
"Anne. you do wear the plainest "You all know my views on fish Standing of the clubs: Oh, his score? Well it i n':

clothes.: she went on as the smartly traps. You know I'll consent to buy Club-' W. L. Pct. I too good and isn't too bad. I i

designed coral 'rock was revealed from them only after the supply offered Administration ...._ 5 2 .710, You'll beat him on those long!

'and with all the money ;you have to by the fishermen has been ex High School .............-- 3 2 .600 'shot but those short ones!! he will i iI' Star American Coffee

t:.::' Cst ties! slain girl slain! hausted. And yet 1 come down here Lighthouse ......_........ 2 4 .333 I'I' catch up and probably pass you. I I JOHN C. PARK ROSES TIFFS
livig; .... Ask K. about the above. . 1 Has a fast and aroma that
clothes: Let's go In the room.I and learn that you are working with Bayview Park ..._ 1 4 .200 Otto
left a platter oi hors d'ocarres. on the trap owners, giving them preference I .. i. only found ia good coffee FLORAL
- - -- PIECES A
the table beside Mabel and at the over the fishermen. ST.aDd yoa can be sere that it's CASH GROCERY
she "Xow Anne this is the thingsare ................................................ 328 SIMONTON
rate was sampling there won't be way fresh because it's blended ia SPECIALTY

one left. That woman could eat her handled among the cannery men. Key West 1101 Division Street
way through a cracker factory." Each cannery either owns its own
Anne smothered a smile and followed boats which are used by specific FOR SALE PLUMBINGDURO LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and! VINES PHONE 29

her aunt in to where Mabel groups of fishermen or they cater to STAR, Ib 25c;
Farley, a feminine replica of Lee groups who serve them and no one
Farnsworth and faintly resemblingher else. These fishermen depend upon . ." V. & S., Ib ISc. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

own father i.r.i nibbling on the the canneries to buy their haul as ': . I PUMPS Groceries

last toasted oblong. much as the canneries depend upon & V r j I I STAR COFFEE: MILL
"Lee just insisted I take it." she the fishermen.! r- PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
apologized under the condemning; -Tie: Farnsworth Fisheries have I f 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
of her sister-in always dealt with the Finns. 1 lived -
pttt w. "Hello. I PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
Anne. pretty dress. My but you're' among these people as a boy and PHONE 597

thin Ought; to cat more. But then, learned to appreciate their Integrity 1
girls: in Unc. eh. Tom Remember and dependability."I've I

how thin I was before we were married I prided myself upon match. SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
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ing these qualities.
"Now. Anne there are certain seasons I' I Jcwfish, 2 lbs. 35c INSURANCE

A \XK lips twitching caught the when the run of fish is greater M r S rti [ Tti $tiI1C'' sAt1 4' iI Yellowtail I Steak, 2 Ib*. 35 THE KEY WEST\ a

* lardonir look Tom Farley cast than others. There are also closed Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c Office: 319 Duval Street '
his wife before his seasons, a time allowed the fish to
turning attention pass unmolested the Grouper, 2 I},.. _______ 25e .
t her. 1 suppose we'll have to up river to their SUNDAY STAR
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wait dinner until the millionaire spawning grounds. During this Sapper, 2 Ib*. ... 25c
Farnsuorths arrivehe observed closed season, the fishermen mend Mutton Fish 2 Ibs. 25c TELEPHONE NO.1'
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bitingly then turned to Lee who had their nets and their boats and our I Subscription $2 Per Year .
canneries put the equipment Into FRESH SHRIMP
answered the telephone and was now Yoar !Meal
looking at them with a bewildered perfect running; order. 1t. lit I I Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday =THE- Try At

esprt'ssion'hleh sat Incongruously "We are nearing a closed season. Fresh Crab Meat in Ib can 6Sc PaperBusiness Delmonico Restaurant
on his fat. pleasant: face.: I During the past few years there has I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
"Luke explained "says been a shortage of fish and every- { Office Citizen B.dw.i*.r Br ----__._ IS.
he's for Portland thing points to a record spring! run.
dinner leaving, want's to use my car.right" after The spring run. you see is the great. .,1' _. I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Co r.. Dimmmrt, _.._..

est of the year."Sometimes. PHONE 151 SOc 75c and ass
Annelistened to her uncle in fresh PHONE 51 --------- ,
consti"-nat! What had happenedto during a record run. '

au!'* Luke to rush back to Port the canneries are over-taxed. I

Un.J! in ouch a storm! J JI iCortn-ig\t. liii *9 Jeanne Dormant AARON
'1 n ..;nets wondered the: sam McCONNELL Our Reputation u Wrap. PRITCHARD
thing ,to:t plied Anne \\'itb questions i Anne witnesses tomorrow aQua..el ,I i! 536 Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOER
between two men she love. I ped in every package .

I Ii I I l of

1 Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
P & 0 (! street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view Do Watch PRINTINGDONE Dlgnlfi.d, SJ'1IIpatlaetic -
I ; C..rtny
MAIL ROUTES FOR of the sea and overlooking Coral Park jt04 BY US
For price and terms apply

l Leave Key West for Havana on Mondays and Thursdays. I AND ENGRAVERSee
L P. ARTMAN, Aa.a1a- Sarvfe -
Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and Him For Your Next Work ARTMANPRESSCitizen

Fridays. The Citizen Officeor ALL PRICES REDUCED
Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. Ho.rt 9 to 12-1 t* Citizen Office

Sale of ticket for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M. I Op B Saturday 111.1" PHONE 5 1 PIa... s.&a Nnw SL..p
Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
For further information call Phone 71

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Science Finds a Way To Save Motorists PERSONAL MENTION POUTICAL MONROE O'Suliivan THEATERMaureen and Joel
:-: : -: $50,000,000 Annually In Repair Costs ........................ ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY McCrea Kay Johnson-Jan in WOMAN Hunter WANTED in

......................................... ...... B. &L Duncan, consulting en- JALNA
gineer of the state road depart-
Social Club Delightfully "P_' ment, was an arrival this morningfor ELECTION, NOVEMBER Matinee Balcony, lOci Orch..
,''' a visit with the family. 12, 1935 Ira; 15-20cs Night: I5UcC

Last ........................
Entertained Night S Y.4k .-
Y'-a. Bernardo and Caridad Perez, For MayorDR.

-- '!,".'- Y%3'i. SS+,?s 04 wC.d .s5a fdDw who were visiting with relativesin H. C. GALEY
The Muki-Muki-Oh Club was for pinning the tail on the Donkeywas :; Cuba returned on the S. S.
awarded to Consuelo Car.i ii ; b
delightfully entertained last evening -,| Cuba yesterday.J. For Mayor
i mona. Each member received:
Perez! WM. H. MALONE .
by the Misses Virginia '-
two from the guests, after I
gifts B. Sullivan, proprietor of a
Georgie Saunders and Rosemary i For Reelection V'
Saunders at the latter's home on w
Eaton street.From I served. I 5( Port Everglades for work on For CouncilmanDR.
the beginning until the I,I The members in attendance !i; staybolts of the Ferry Palma, re- ARMANDOCOBO.
the members i were: I turned by plane today.
end of the evening j'I .
:Misses Celestine Johnson, r .
:were kept in constant laughterover For CouncilmanCLIFFORD Hire This
the many games that were Grace Perez, Ophelia Machado, > Jose Perez and Juan Perez G. HICKS = i
played. j i,Juanita Mayg. Solita Cobo, Celia ..a who were vacationing in Miami, Army'OF"Salesmen"

Much excitement prevailed over. Salgado, Cecilia Ellsworth, Con- :! ;; / 1 were returning passengers on the For Councilman

the Treasure Hunt that was con' suelo Carmona, Dora Machado, :: ; plane from Miami this morning. MARCOS A. MESA, SR.
ducted Miss Ophelia Machado,:j Isabel Armayor, Virginia Perez,I

the winner, received a nice prize.I|I Rosemary Saunders. Georgia : '<'i i : .: .,, H Ha John A. C. Bogart, supervising For CouncilmanJIM THEY'RE THE ADVER--
The Fortune Teller game was Saunders and Mr.\ and Mrs. S. C. c" ,)., engineer of the sewerage project,
also indulged in, and the prize I J,Saunders. .. ."..; (: ,, ,"' i and B. Curry Moreno, resident ROBERTSFor TISING COLUMNSof

< engineer, who.were on a business City CouncilmanJ.
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Enjoyable Hallowe'en Party a from Miami by plane this morning B. SULLIVANFor

I Police Justice The Key West
Given For School
a T. S. CARO I
R. C. Roberts keeper at Am- CitizenThey'll
erican Shoals lighthouse, who was
most delightful Hallowe'en Weatherford, Mercedes Pereire, spending his quarterly vacation For Chief of Police
party was given at Eayview Park Alice Lowe, Geraldine Labrado, with his family in Miami, has returned MYRTLAND CATES I take your messageto
recently for the low fourth grade I Fay Baker. Oneida Garcia Ruth and is preparing to leave every home in the city

.of the Division Streee school. It | Rose Roberts Frances Collins, s 4. for his station. For Captain of Police I and SELL 'EM your waresor
was sponsored by the teacher : Georgia Augueira, Marvin Smith ALBERTO CAMERO services

Miss Florence Albury and the Teddy Grissett, Gilbert Koehn, d"I W. W. White, of the Florida j

room mother, Mrs. William F. Oscar Fabal, Theodore Fisher, .. .:, _'-' :......J..: n. East Coast Railway maintenanceof For Captain, of Police PHONE 51
Collins. Ray Schoneck, Howard Lowe, I way department, who was in ROBERT J. LEWIS I
Rosam Sweet- NEW YORK. N. Y.-As a result gine 30 to 40 per cent. Photo shows lubricant. With this ingenious
Games were played and a prize Eugene Eugene I ma- I Miami and other points arrivedby I
was given. The t prize offeredwas ing, Florence 'Alvarez, Joseph of four years intensive study by oil Dr. T, G. Delbridge.. (left), head of chine which develops pressures up 1' plane this morning to make ar- "Bobby" The CitizenLikeACakeOflce
Roberts company scientists a way has been the Research and Development Department to seven and a half tons per square; ,
Rosam. Philip
awarded to Eugene George to his to
rangements family
found to reduce motor repair bills of The Atlantic Refining inch it was found that.24' leading move Subscribe to The Citizen-20c j
After the were over delicious Strunk, Charles Tift, Harry
games West Palm Beach been 1
having I
by $50.000,000 annually. The secret Company, tinder whose direction' brands of motor oils could withstand weekly.
refreshments served. Robidere P. J. Scheurer Howard
were recently announced is a method of the studies were made and Harry an average of only 4,945 pounds transferred from Key West. .
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Thom present were: I Smith Peggy Collins. Mrs. increasing the film strength of lu- Hut head of the automotive labor- pressure whereas the lubricantswith
Betty Lou Johnson, Noelia F. Collins and :Miss Florence bricating oils to reduce wear on lubricated atories of the same company testing I high film strength character Miss Helen Caviness, employedas

Bravo, Violet Albury, Shirley,]Albury. I parts of an automobile en-i a sample of high film strength istics withstood 15.000 pounds. secretary to F. E Albert WPA

district supervisor of finance and "
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reports, returned by plane this
Birthday Party Monday EveningIn RASPUTIN AMULET FOILED DEATH t Chinatown Lottery j morning from Miami where she

I Is Greatest Evil' was spending a fortnight's holiday -
Honor Of Miss Lila GomezA with her parents A. S. Cavi-

POLICE CLAIM BARONESS THINKS (Continued from Page One) ness, of the U. S. imnrgration de-
partment, and Mrs. Caviness.
very delightful evening was Those present were: I may operate on a capital of from

spent on Monday, October 28, atj i George Henriquez, Edelio Es- I........................ $5,000 to $20,000 is no different I Herbert Hodges, mechanical I
CRy A..aelatrd Press) I from the numbers and policy!
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will I pinola Nellie Perez, Griselda ,
Gomez in honor of the thirteenth Garcia, Sylvia Henriquez, Zelia VIEWS AND REVIEWS\ BARCELONA, Spain, Oct. 30. games popular with other races,! engineer with the Florida East r lif
I Coast Railway, who arrived the
Inspector Manion "It is a1 f
birthday of their daughter, Lila Carmona, Thelma Cruz Edith says.
-Faith that: her life was saved Florida yesterday to look over the
million-to-one shot to win the
Gomez. Ogden, Ramon Menendez, Alicia
I +
I equipment of the line in the local
Refreshments consisting of Borges, Olga Machado. What They Say Whether by an amulet given to her by Ras-j ten-spot. I
i shops; will leave tonight for St.
"Some of the be
cake crackers and agents may
punch was
Right Or Wrong
served! while dancing and games I aldo Dorothy Vilma Gomez Thrift, Paul Ady Fernan-Esquin- ....................... I putin, influential monk of czarist holding out certain characters and I!I Augustine. _
banking themselves. If the
were indulged in, with all pres- Russia, is ascribed by Barcelona com-
ent thoroughly enjoying the fes- dez, Persia Fernandez, Mrs. Will Harod! C. Rope, Secretary of pany finds out it may draw a cer-,I R. M. Anderson, vicepresidentand
tivities of the occasion. I Gomez, Mrs Ronald Thrift. Commerce: police sauthcritiet to Baronet tain character to break the' actuary with the Peninsular
._ j "Today we are recognizing the agent." I I Life Insurance Company, arrived
fact that changing conditions Maud von Thytseo comoanioa of Hints of trouble here by boat yesterday for a I l

........................ Dance At Clab create new national problems." Prince Alexis"! Mdivaai when he :Chinatown to be blockaded maycause at ,business visit with the local of- ]
fice. He will leave for his headquarters -
long intervals, but tong shootings'have i
HONOR ROLLSENIOR Tomorrow Night Edward M. House, Advisor of I was killed in an automobile acc failed to mar its peace open-J, by plane this afternoon.

former President Wilson: ly for many years. I I
Sociadad Cuba (Cuban Club) "It should be a source of pride I d.nL Not even one shot rang out in)I I E. S. Smith. master car builderof

AND JUNIOR HIGH' will hold it annual Hallowe'en for Americans to remember the The charm, a dried sardine; tas the colorful Chinese district' herein : the Florida East Coast Railway, FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE
SCHOOLS part our country played in the j I the last two great tong wars,i! who was in Havana on busniess REFRIGERATORS and
Ball tomorrow evening startingat baroness : cool fresh
........................ creation of the League of | listed by the as amongthe in 1922 ;'' arrived on the Cuba yesterday are as
9 o'clock at the hall on Duval I contents of the bag contain- and 1926, although one i while here conferred with J. healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
Pupils who have don better-!; tions. a-I valued of them cost more than 20 lives.' and ice. Our Refrigerators doubly heatproofand
stret. I ing jewels at 3,000,009> I D. Aldrich car foreman at Key are
The last indication real
than-average work for the i
in-I absolutely airtight.
francs which disappeared
Hallowe'en events by the stock
sponsored i West relative to rolling !
William Director National
Aubrey i occurred this !
trouble early year
struction period ending October: this is of the I the wrecked 'car.Protection : sailed the
organization one in the yards, and on
Youth A : i t |: in a quarrel over the sale of a' $30.00 and $35.00EASY
18 are listed below. Perfect: banner affairs of the club and "It is. estimated that from five j I From Violence II I bride, and a special guard was set Cuba for Tampa en route to St.

grades are indicated by an honor ;+ everything is being done by the million' to eight million young I I The relic, according to this information : over Chinatown for several days.I IBut. ),Augustine.BumsteadsWormSyrup. TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn

point average of 3.00. Average social committee to make it one; people between the ages of sixteen constituted an assurance .the Chinese, who also have I)
work would be indicated by an ;j of the best in the history of the and twenty-five are wholly I II against violent death to its their own organizations to preserve -: Display At-

honor point average of 1.00: I j j Cuban Club. II unoccupied." i owner. the peace vigorously: protested I

Honor point averag 3.00, IIar- |I The hall has been gaily decorated i I I The police said that the youngi such action as unneces- -r..range:. .. ...... .e taerrr! sob o.ItInas Thompson Ice Company Inc.
ry Bravo; 2.75 George Collins I j i and music for dancing will I Ccrdell Hull, Secretary of State:1 I Prussian beauty disclosed her sary. are Mowed.. IT NEragPAILS.
I 1 neepl/e emreity and eaarmms
Sidney Aronovitz, Alton RoL.'.ts, be furnished by Del Woods' dance "1Ve are prepared to defend I II i I faith in the charm when she recovered COT' .f NAJ TOXIN.. It ...t.l_ f.Uttowt dens,
and ,Anne Duncan; 2.50, Edna. orchestra. Two grand prizes will I ourselves; against any threat to. from the critical land I Nagging Torment of .R fcT ,4.t.-nrs_11...ran. a tnU..b.ttls.vat. .Boldnrwlwc. PHONE NO. 8
Rigga! and Dorothy Dungan; 2.25, be awarded for the best costumes.. our own safety and welfare." I j scarring injuries which she suf- C. A. 5 oa.5ee.. )t. 9.. Pbluddahis

Edna Wells. Marguerite\ Go"horn.1 I ______ I i I 4fered when Mdivani's car overturned ITCHING RASHES _ ___ _._ --
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Vance MiDi i j Edward A. File-e Boston Merchant in
John Pinder Stirrup -i|I on a sharp curve early
nie Lee Watkins, Faye Adams i! il ilB : August quickly subdued FAST FREIGHT SERVICEfrom 1"1".I"I.I'IIIIII.I"IIIII"Make.
and Eloise Guito; 2.00, Barbara "If the Constitution was not I She'and. the former husband of by ReHBoL quiets and to
Albury, Bert Roberts. Winifred i) handed down from a holy moun-, Barbara Hutton, American five I the itching and even
Shine. Dorothea Camalier Florence RED KERCE tain as the only perfect and unchangeable I and"dine'i heiress!! who now isCountess 1 hen: akin i*ore and Boston, New York, Miami
I tender from scratching
Dillon Jesus Carmona Ooriivne ........................ form of government I II gwitz- event1ow. had I you can safely apply Jacksonville, Galveston, I Your Paper Pay
Curry, Jerome Berkowitz. I believe that we should let our been attending a house party at i iI Reainol. to hasten relief New Orleans and BeyondFrom
Romelda Johnson Anne Kennedy ,,, Americans will not be deprived youngsters find it out." I the home Mdivani's. sister in Pala-I I and healing.PALACE.
and Cynthia Pearlman; 1.80 Norma of their rights. They go to the relief -: I-mos, when they started their dash Key Wed alternate Friday .
Garcia and Dorothy Bean; office and draw enough dole''I L F. J-ggard, Medical missionary'''toward the French border. I'I From You Dividends!
New York Tuesday
1.75, Juanita Gomez. Helen Key to keep 'em alive so they can cuss to the Congo: || She was quoted as saying that every
Matthew Zacal, Aleida Napolesj I i 1 I the government another week. I "Continuation for any lengthof in the car she held on her lap a 1 I II !! From Boston every, SaturdayFrom s
and Canfield Lewin; 1.60 Ignatius -iI ii I I time of the war in Ethiopia|I I satchel containing the jewels, the Jacksonville, Miami and
Lester Mary Faye McClana-l i I "Petting and necking shortens very likely will result in canni-1 amulet and a number of other I Ii I' 1 New Orleans every two weeksCLYDEMALLORY
han. Jack Mendell and Eloise Rob- life," declares a medical authority..) balism among all the less civilized, articles: which she described as Money Saving Prices
erts; 1.50Rae Louise Russell' Still, there is nothing more agree tribes inAfrica. I i "fetishes." ,j, Reb Russell in

Margaret\ Dexter, George Lee able than dying happy. j Since then the police have been i ARIZONA BAD MAN .2inu' 54 S
Bethen- I -- I II II Jr.. U. S. Sec.
Chester Knowles Antonio Henry Morgenthau prosecuting:: a search for the gems,
court Ovidio Valdez Thelma I' The Republicans shouldn't find! retary of the Treasury, in, but without success. Meanwhile, Serial and Comedy C. E. SMITH, A..I S Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers S

Pierc. Claudia Albury. Jay a difficult task in securing planks j Paris: Strieker Raymond Navarro and: for their platform in 1936. They'' "We are not looking for described by medical attendants ... ..
Arsenio Bethencourt.Five hare a number they didn't use'' trouble, but if any nation in the, as little short of miraculous, has household necessities. Make your paper pay you S

I j when in office recently. | world wants to start something, gone to Germany for a long rest. I ;;;;;;;;;; dividends. The most interesting news in the

pupils from Junior High : !I we are ready for them." .1'.1".1.1 paper today is the advertising where you an
School head the Roll with perfect :1 In Budapest, Hungary, dummy!I i I Bred and loved for that accom-
'' dollars the family budget by
grades for the instruction period;j policemen mark dangerous street Bertrand Snell, Member of Con-'_ plishment alone." save many on
ending: Oct. 18. Out of the 394 I I intersections. They ought to adopt i f ress from New Jersey: r I patronizing those merchants who advertise their

l Junior High,; 72 did bet-I our method of letting five automobile I Trade; and commerce in the Charles Coughlin, Detroit Priest goods.
ter than average work and are wrecks pile up together. Far East, during the next decade and radio speaker: OLD PAPERS
listed: below in the first:: honor I II j I will furnish the largest and I, "I am neither supporting President I
roll of the present school! year: I Ijrali de Leon and Ray Demeritt; I most attractive market for Am-, Roosevelt nor opposing' him. THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST

Honor Paint average 3.00, Betty j 1.80, Dolores Armayor, Elizabeth ': erican-made goods." 'j I' I am determind to support prin- ........................*............... OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S
Hrnriquez. Mario Napoies, Billy I Roberts, Dolores Romaguerro, I -- ciples and not men." o .
Ke-,on, Marjraret Hornal} and Sylvia Pinter Wallace Mitchell i j Bernard S. Deutcn, New York PURSE. ,
Anita B
Watkins; 2.75. Phyllis\ Adams and wits and Josephine Padron; 1.75, I i "A sizable group of women be-I] of Great Britain: For Sale advertises his '..s S
I A merchant who pricescharged
Bonnie Watkins; 2.00. Margaret Alfred Baker and Charles Mendoza | cause they have managed to have. "Our path we think. is peace.

Fernandez; 2.50, Bob Duncan and : ; 1.60. Nellie Brost. Lillie offspring rest on their laurels,,!We. cannot tell what that path ......::;............... a customer 20 cents: for anarticle, that a ,
John Robinson; 2.40, Edelio Es- I Mae\ Knowles, Nellie Louise Rus- and expect to be supported, rev- will turn out to be. non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. '
pinola and Alice Asson; 2.25. Al- ell, Otilia Ct'r!antes, Walter Ma-\ I :4
len Roberts. Susan Roberts, Lucette -j loner Eva Valdez Horace Bright-II For City Clerk Why this big difference? S

de Barritt and Betty Rae Russell >- men. Griselda Garcia Hollis WALLACE PINDER I HELPS AVOID 5 Bundles for 5c
; 2.00 Lorraine Griffin. Knowles. AdoKo: Lo;,ez. Georgina I
For Re-Election By patronizing the merchants who present
McMahon Virginia MANY COLDS
Charles Roberts, Anthony MacViado Marina Palenzuela. i i
Rita 25 in bundle I their prices frankly and openly each week
Lutgarda Fernandez Overall George Henriquez, SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT S S you
I>i2.ldjer.Iargaret Whit, Dorothea < Milton Appel. Cecelia Alonso, Especially designed S : help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT
Strieker. Lillie Mae Carey ; Robert Smith and George Cates;I -- r -- aid for nose and tl" OF KEY WEST.
Olga Camo, Walter McCook. Lois 1.50. Ramona Cervantes Antonio: WAVES i upper throat.where

Malone, Sergio ..Alvarez, ErciliaDemeritt. Martinez Eugene: Russell Daisy i! two Permanents $5.00 -' most Used in colds time,start.helpsprevent THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'JiTIIIIIIII.I.lIII.lllji
OftraMachado., Nellie Wattins and Jean McIIugh. for i .
----- i many colds.VlCKSVATRONOL. 6 Make dividends.a .
your paper pay you
Perez, Marion Taylor, Virginia& I Better W...., $5.00 ..4 .p II I.
McClanahan, GJtarles Hogeboom For City Clerk I MRS. MILLER
Ellen Evans, Jack Einhorn, Ma- HENRY F. SAUNDERS 407 South Street Phone 574.. "' .I.1'I'I"IIII'.lII.lI.I'I.I

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