The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00329
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00329
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,;, For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the t tp- t 13tn I I range moat country equable of; only with Fahrenheit weather an average in the




Florida Land To Be BoughtIn UKES ISLAND CITY Progress Made By Bridge

W. Davis, head of the to gain a complete idea of fish, BEGINJIONDAYEMPLOYMENT
state fich: conservation commis- distribution of the product, the ,
sion, his associate. Nash D. Lloyd occupations of the fishermen at
By Resettlement Unit MAN WHO FIGURED IN RESCUE and William L. Wilson, in chargeof this time when there is no sale FOR OVER Committee At Mass Meeting

OF JONES AND CANO- WPA development projects in for fish and few being caught, and
Florida are in Key West in the to discuss with local business menthe ONE HUNDRED MEN TO BE

VA WRITES LETTER TO interest of developments of local I establishment of a fishermens PROVIDED IN PROPOSED --

Fifteen Hundred Families[NO EMPLOYE OF THE CITIZEN i resources.Mr. Davis falls that Key West i I same market lines, practically as are conducted along by the the OPERATIONS !YOUNG PEOPLE Several Addresses Made

Now Living On Property FERA GROUP IN est badly in the needs crawfish an awakening and stone: inter crab I farmer's markets In other sec- ELIGIBLE FOR Dealing With Matters

Citizen is in receipt of a tions.His I
I The
To Resettle industries and is planning to install -I I ideas are for the establish- Three new WPA projects,
; Many letter. from Albert C. Keith at hatcheries To Loan For
POLITICAL RACE for these crustaceans ment of a freezing and storage which will provide employmentfor NYA BENEFITS Pertaining
I Dahlonega, Georgia, requestingthat which are disappearing plant for crawfish, stone crabs, i
ElsewhereMore I 105 will be started in
from the waters in the immediate yellowtail
a copy of this paper be sent and other choice fish. i Project
of vicinity of Key West. .They should be placed im- Key West Monday morning.I t -
to him containing an
C1LFOND STATES NO ONE Some time ago a project was I mediately in freezing temperatures : There has been $51,504 made"NEARLY TWO SCORE HAVE

tbaa. 600,000 acres of BEING SPONSORED BY KEY the rescue of Lawrence Jones and planned by the_local WPA asking] in the storage compartments available for this work. I In the High School auditorium

Florida land will be bought by Ted Canova some time ago, in for $2,000 to secure the required i!: ready for sale at market) Easily the outstanding projectis 'I' BEEN CERTIFIED BY SO-
WEST ADMINISTRATION IN he of the party prices. [ last audience of
which was one paraphernalia to fit out the old: the one calling for developing CIAL SERVICE DEPART. night an Key
the Resettlement Administration figuring in the rescue hatchery building and again start With the expansion of the business -
COMING ELECTION I of a parkway and bridle path on West men and women assembledto
The writer also expresses his the propagation of crawfish along brokerage compartments will],
Leginning at once, it was anncunced he the same lines as pursued by the be established and with the mar-( the southeast side of the boulevard !hear the report of the Man
liking for Key West and
by W. A. Hartman, says state fish commission in former ket established and running' There will be a five-mile
today I
There are no FERA candidates hopes to return here at some future years. smoothly, it is the opinion of )lr.' road, lined with coconut palms and Nearly two score young men Meeting Committee on their actions

Montgomery, Ala., regional director in the time. The letter is reproduced Mr. Davis plans, however, are Wilson and Mr. Davis and Mr. "
municipal political race.This other tropical foliage where and relative to the
one I and women of Key West have progress
herewith: wider in scope and much more Nash, that fishermen would always i
of the Divisiai of Land Utili definite announcement; has "I would appreciate mucha comprehensive, as he will increasethe have a market for their will be able tc ride with the dan-' been certified by the social serv- overseas bridges sine the mqet*

..ti,.. Four tracts, near Tallahassee very size of the hatchery to possibly catches. j ger of vehicle traffic eliminated.lice J department of the Key West
been made M. E. Gilfond
I by copy of youq paper of February lag of October 4.
I four tims its former capa- Mr. Wilson does not believe| There were many requests last[Administration, making them

Brooksville, Pcosacola and WPA and FERA administrator, 4, 1935. This edition gives an ac- ; city,.and at the same time install .that handling mackerel, mullet i' year for saddle horses and the I eligible for the benefits of t.heI 'Mayor Wm. H. Malone chairman
I count of a rescue of Lawrence i other breeding chambers for stone and some of the other. fishes could' bridle path is expected to t
Welaka, are included in this purchase prove
National Youth Administration.
to correct the errorenous rumor crabs. not be handled at a reasonable!I presided with SecretaryFrank
Jones and Ted Canova and also popular among Key West residents i.
for .developmentas I. After discussing the maters I profit, through the market as I Young persons between the
program well winter visitors.
that candidates
are being three other people of Dry Tor- as as Delaney, Fred Dioa, Fernando -
I I with a number of interested ; they are caught in such immense j Another project calls for the ages of 16 and 25 years can apply -
agricultural demonstrations.Fifteen sponsored by the Key West Ad tugas, Fort Jefferson.Since I ties he feels that when the par-I numbers higher up on the coast: beautification of grounds of public -1 for the benefits of the program. H. Cato, Charles H.Ketchnm. .
was one of the party in the res- ter is presented in its true and can be shipped from those]
hundred families'live on : )1 buildings. The grounds of the .
ministration.The | Designed as service organization -
cue I would appreciate this cour- and the needs of the expenditures points at appreciably reduced' a B. IBrantley, and
the acreage to be purchased. Of I I Ii i i aquarium, art gallery and public the National Youth
these. it is estimated that 600 i following office bulletin I II tesy. for this purpose are freight rates. I I I schools are to be beautified under Administration. makes available to Arthur Sheppard, forming tb. full
will be resettled on land better I was issued to all administrative "1 am the former editor of the that ample funds will be eXPlained'1 The visiting group told The'. another project. There will young persons otherwise financially -

suited to farm production or so empoycs late yesterday from the I Key Veteran News, Matecumbc, ing to carry out his Citizen they have the interests of I, be 35 men put to work on this unable to attend school suf- committee, seated on the stage
II His
ideas and plans Key West at heart, are hard at
offer opportunityof job and $17,321.25 has been made
situated as to office of Mr. Gilfond: Florida Keys, Florida and was i ficient money to take care of the with the chairman
concurred in by both Mr. their
cash income addition. to farm there for over eleven months. I Lloyd i on perfecting plans! available for this work. cost of books, lunches, and other
of "A number of our employes!I and Mr.! Wilson who are as deeply and are confident of success;]\ The third which
earnings. Members of many visited your beautiful city on j project on essentials. The chairman made a abort explanation
these families will be employed have asked me whether. or not to many occasions and I hope to return interested in the idea and the sucrose -, when the matter of loans to carry j work will start is the development Coordinating their efforts, Mel- of the reason for: the
in development of the projects. vote in the coming Key West I'I again as I like Key West of the project. ''out the projects are placed be-1!I, of a nursery and greenhouses at vin Russell superintendent of meeting, announcing that all
About will be paid Mr. Wilson's visit is principally fore the bureaus in Washington.; the golf course. Plants and shrub- members of the Overseas Road
election. Personally}) I feel that very much* as it is quite different j i public instruction in Monroe
for this acreage, which today i3 every qualified citizen should I I I from aVy other place. u___ ___. _____. _ I,;I bery raised at the nursery and County, and Mrs. Nina Ryder I and Toll Bridge Commission, appointed -
reducing farm and forest pro- "Again I wish to assure you greenhouses will be used in the Johnson, director of social service o by the governor, and Governor -
ts at a loss to most of the own- vole. Hov/ersr, it is not withinmy this courtesy will be appreciatedby WORLD-WIDE RED CROSS UNITS READY I beautification project. There* will here, are working out a programof I I Sfeolti, had been sent letters -
and which includes thousandscres province to force people either me. I I be 30 men placed on this projectand I projects on which those being I asking for informative replies -

of tax-delinquent land. to vote or not to vote. "You may send this paper to I $15,188.40 has ben appropriated benefitted by the National Youth on the subject.At .
Resettlement Administration "There has been tails of 'FERA 1081 Los Angeles Avenue, NE TO AID VICTIMS IN ETHIOPIAN WAR I for this work. Administration will work out the I the request of the chairman

uynig at an average; price candidates.' Our organizationcannot Atlanta, Georgia." I I I value of funds received. I Secretary Delaney read what
tly below four dollars an endorse candidatef I I Applicants for the replica had been received.
: $6 month
indicajes any j By A..aclated_ Press) I S. S. CUBA HAS per
That modest figure i Forwarded
I Application
act any office. We are primarily a HOSPITALITY UNIT By ALEXANDER GEORGE ness of the East African war zone' paid by NYA must have a good I
0 .* : the economic_ $tato of the governmental: -: agceny and as such,I I 'WASHINGTON, Oct. *19. I from bl'ge''fmWIYWni- pcholatshjr.tn4n: jA.the school. ,srJu4s.Y"M4kIttrw.4\ ) airman
ltnd which roll &"ny Vas 20 PASSENGERSSTEAMSHIP
; all of cannot participate in local elec multiple activities of the Red and must be members of families of the commission wrote that all

offered for sale by the owners. tions. I TO MEET MONDAY I II Battalions of mercy, enlisted Cross in the World war indicateits who were on relief in May 1935. I requirements relative to application -

Options Accepted "The requirements for votingare potentially tremendous The National Youth Administraition i: for the loan for bridges .'.ad
While options now are being : Two years residence in the I throughout the world under com I. of relief work. range. OZARK ARRIVED is making efforts to cooperate |! been complied with, and the application

accepted on this acreage, legal state of Florida; six months resi-!I SESSION WILL-E HELD AT mon, international banner, come Besides ambulance drivers, who II ]! with and coordinate the had been forwarde I tIPi
work in clearing titles and effect dence in Key West; payment of { piloted their cars through IN PORT YESTERDAY work of all agencies, both public]j i the proper body in Washington.

ing transfers will delay for sometime one dollar poll tax. I HEADQUARTERS ON to "attention" as they see the war I shells and every menace raininJ'I']: AFTERNOONSteam8hip I and private, which are interested II |, He citeij infrmati! he had received -
the mailing of checks in pay- "If employe wishes in the American this that Governor Sholtz was
any my 'I dog of death and devastation on I fire zone, the Red Cross had youth. By ; :
ment. personal advice, I would recommend DUVAL STREETAn workers in the field for the sol-j. I work untold results I'I taking steps' to- make arrange
The first of these projects established that he or she pay the poll I the loose a'gaur. dier at every point to where they Cuba arrived this.tained which cannot be numeric-I'.meDia fo have the F. E. C. Railway
in Florida, Wakulla tax; that between now and elec- ally estimated, but will diV I relinquish the company's
could him. It pay
i by chance serve
Red Cross and any morning from with first
The American
Agricultural Demonstration project tion time the various candidatesand important meeting of the I supplied ambulances with operating -. Tampa one J dends in the form of a more stable right of way over which to con-

near Tallahassee, has- been ap- issues be carefully considered, Key West Hospitality League has I Red Cross societies in some 60 equipment, dental operatingrooms and two second class: passengersfor social order, it was emphasized to'.strust a highway. Judge Burwell
West 15
proved for purchase of approxi- and then vote as your conscience been called for :Monday night in to make ice to Key ; first and two does not concur in this idea but
acres at an esti- Duvall[ other neutral! nations await word second class passengers ,for Ha day.Persons ,
dictates. the league's house, 313 head wounds shops to manufacture I wanting to take ad- believes that the best interests of
mated cost of 865000. This land street, it was announced this artificial limbs and communication vana. vantage of the program, should Key West lie in the commission
from the international commit
The vessel also had 15 tons of
constitutes; almost all of Wakulla morning. The session is to startat I bureaus to search for; i advise the principal of his or herrschool. ; making every effort toward securing
TWELVE ARRIVE freight and 119 sacks of mail for
county and the southern half andis of I & o'clock. I tee of the humanitarian organization I"the missing man" and give his!' Key West, one ton and two sacks: The application, if approved -, the I loan from the government
Jefferson counties
Leon and With a good tourist season anticipated family news concerning him. I by the principal, is sent j) with which to construct the
of mail for Havana.
being purchased at an averageof ABOARD PLANE I I plans probably will be as to possible assistance Serve Despite Dangers I Steamship Ozark. of the Clyde-I: to the social service department,! bridges.To .
about three dollars an acre. made :Monday night for thelegaue's be Girls in the canteens, while the! : merely to check and certify that that part of the letter which
they may called on to give si I Mallory Lines arrived yesterday I
Reforestation, grazing, game participation in the sea. soldiers were at the front and I afternoon 1:45 o'clock and after! the applicant is a member of a, requested the members of the
and fish protection and recreational SEVENTEEN son's activities. The. Rev. JamesS. alleviating suffering caused by when the windows of their huts] discharging heavy freight sailed I family which was on relief in,commission in Miami to come to
facilities will be emphasized Day, secretary of the league cracked from shellfire and the 6:30 o'clock for New Orleans. !| May. After the applications haves i Key West and hoW a meeting, the

I in the development. AFTERNOON FOR who is notifying league membersof Italo-Ethiopian warfare. roof fell in pieces, stayed on duty I! Steamship Alamo, of 'the same :': been certified they are sent to judge replied that there were no
Withlacoochee River projectnear the Monday night session,, said o Jacksonville for final funds provided for this.
The American societythede through nights of horror. In the 1I1)eis due to arrive in port
Brooksville will involve the MIAMI this morning that it the 91 students the I Ready To Assist
was hoped Twenty at Con-
:th- defying service of whose zone of war, the Red Cross worker o'clock from New York. I'
purchase: of about 125,000 acres league would function during the nurses, stretcher bearers, ambu'' does not think of safety beyondthe 1 vent of Mary Immaculate have I Governor ShoHc's aaswer to
at an estimated; cost of more than moreeffec applied for benefits the communication seat by the
coming season even lance drivers and canteen workers same precautions of the sol from the I
$490,000. an average per acre Passengers to the number of 29 tively than it did last year. : was a World \Var classic of cour-: CITY COUNCIL j II NYA, and 17 from the Monroe I II committee, contained nothing informative -
price just! under four dollars. The availed Several matters of dier.The School relative to bridges but
themselves of plane .serv- paramount age-is so organized that its full i American Red Cross war I County High have made'
area follows in general the courseof ice will be discussed and applications. indicated he was ready to do all
between Key West and Miami importance resources in time of war are avail- council alone expended $272,000t HOLDS MEETING
the Withlacoochee River Thursday afternoon and yesterday. disposed of during the meeting, it able only when the United Statesis 000 in the 20-month period be-, I I possible for Key West which "I

through Citrus. Hernando, Pasco, morning, 17 leaving Thursday j is expected.? a party to the conflict. tween May, 1917, and I call my second home.
and Sumter counties. and 12 arriving yesterday. After suspension of its activities! Neutrality Limits Activity 1919. It provided I ANNOUNCE CHANGE I Several other letters were read

Grazing AreasIt Arrivals yesterday morning! during: the sumrcer month the Maintenance[ of strict: neutrality amounts of supplies of February'l ONLY ROUTINE MATTERS none of which contained one vefj

is proposed to establish here were: Nathan Adelman John F.| Mviiiay night session will l be the causes a limitation of its activityin I ranging from beans to SESSION STEAMERSCHEDULE i j tige of the actual information
improved grazing areas. Wild life Carpenter, Gertrude C. Huntsman first of the winter tourist; feascn. wars in which thia country is from woolen socks to plants over- i sought by the committee and so

conservation will be developed to George P. Rosser, Tom Fer- All members if the league wore! rot a participant. Consequently,I seas which manufactured nitrous LAST EVENING I I eagerly awaited by the people of

provide for sale or lease of hunt nandez, Aurelius Adams, Joseph, urgtd to attend the me ing privileges. Recreational siteson M. Cabrera J. Lancelot Lester peal for funds or supplies and has'I emergency operations on maimed CUBA WILL ARRIVE FROM Chairman Malone asked that

springs, streams and lakes Walter Maloney, George W. Davis. ANNOUNCE DEATH taken no defmlte preparatory ac-I'i soldiers. I There was a regular meeting of I I TAMPA ON MONDAYS t the secretary read a resolution
will be developed. The area is situated Nash D. Lloyd and Wm. L.! tion in relation to ItaloEthiopianhostilities. I the City Council held last night,I which had been prepared for
on a highway used by residents Wilson. [ AND THURSDAYSP. rejection the
adoption or by peo-
I with Leo II. Warren, president of
and thousands of winter Grace Lor- OF C. DOHERTY head TENDER POPPY The resolution is follows:
Departures were: (Admiral l Cary T. Grayson, I the body, presiding. All other I ple. as
visitors. ing, Carlton Loring, Maurice of the American Red Cross, says councilmen I Resolution Adopted
were present.
The Pcnsacola project approval Youngsman, Albert O'Clare, David "constant communication is being LEAVES PORT Aside from discussing' a few and O. Steamship Co. today I WHEREAS, it is alleged that

provides for purchase of more W. Everett, Jack R. Kirchik, WAS FORMERLY STATIONEDAT maintained with the international matters relative to finances alii! announced, through Agent J. Costar -! there are a number of plans under
than :215,000 acres in Okaloosa, Franklin E. Albert, Will Young, committee; at Geneva so that the other business transacted was of) changes effective next weekin I' which the said Overseas bridgescan

Santa Rosa. and Escambia coun Elenia Cruz Raymond Russell, KEY WEST AS HEAD OF society may have the best information LIGHTHOUSE VESSEL GOES a routine nature, consisting; of the the sailings of the Steamship I' be constructed available for
ties. This land will be bought for Mrs. Harry Gorgan, Paul Sutton and advice as to the ac- reading of officers' reports and I Cuba between Key West, Tampa use and that a number have been
approximately 1860,000, averaging Wallace Griggs "'m. Johnson, WEATHER BUREAU tion to be taken." A similar situa- TO WATERS ALONG the like, after which an adJourn- and Havana. I presented for said purpose and
about four dollars an acre. Cleo Tohnson. Edna McClintock, tion is said to prevail in other neu- FLORIDA KEYS ment was ordered.GLENCOE I The vessel will arrive Monday\ filed with various department of
Reforestation wfll 1 be the main George Mills White.HABANA.MADRID. tral countries. afternoon from Havana and pro-i I the Federal Government and with
objective in development of this ''Cornelius J. Doherty, in chargeof Italy has a Red Cross society Tender Poppy of the lighthouse reed to Tampa returning to Key the Oversea Toll Bridge District

former richly timbered section. the local office of the weather described as a "well establishedand department, left this after- MASSACRESITE West on Thursday, failing: to Havana Commission andWHEREAS
Other phases of the proposed development bureau at Key West from April highly efficient organization" noon for the intracoastal waterway I PURCHASED and return on Friday. there is consider
include wild life refuges CLUB 22, 1908, to Sept. 9, 1911, died with considerable experience ob-I between No Name Key and From then until further an- able contention as to which plans

grazing areas and recreational ANOTHER BIG recently at his home in New Haven tained in disaster relief work. Ethiopia Uatecumbe. to relight three aids BrGLENCOE Associated .......) nouncements of the company the may be the mOAt suitable for said
facilities along some thirty Conn. where he was in charge recently started to organizea and replace one structure reported o Scotland, Oct. 19. vessel will arrive from Tampa project heretofore filed with the
imli-v: of Gulf of Mexico beach. DANCETONIGHT of the weather bureau office at Red Cross society of its own. destroyed. The site of the infamous Massacreof Mondays and Thursdays and sail several departments of the Federal
Th ama to be developed forcraxmir that place Sixty-two nations have societies Tender Ivy returned last night Glencoe amid the barren mountains for Tampa Tuesdays and Fridays. I Government and that there -
extends from the Suwan-, Mr. Doherty was in charge of affiliated with the InternationalRed from the west coast and is to sail of Argyll has been acquiredby are several plans pending and
''I... ever; to the Perdido river, in- at the most popular Night Clubin the Key West station during the Cross the first society being tomorrow night for Sanibal Island the National Trust for Scot I other plans available for said purpose -
du.lm: :hoot six million acres. this city where you can really 1909 and 1910 hurricanes but was founded by Swiss philanthropistsin to replace and repair seven bea ready to be filed and considerable
The Wclaka Wild Life project, enjoy an evening of real entertainment relieved the next year by II. B. the middle of the nineteenth land.The stone from which was given J Qf p controversy exists as to

m ar, Wolaka and all within Put- and drink delicious re- Boyer.Mr. century. cons.Awaiting favorable weather the' the signal that led to the slaughter $ca rams which plan to adopt and which:

nan county, was approved forf'urrha" freshments at popular prices. Doherty was transferredto Wade Range Of Relief Work Poinciana is remaining at An- of the sleeping: Clan MacDonad and .:procedure to perroe. therefore
<,f little more than one Script 1.00 From 10 till ? Savannah from here and sub- While serviceof the "world's clote Keys anchorage and as soon] by royalist troops who were WHISKIES AND GINS.dare BE IT RESOLVED BY TIlE
thousand acres at a purchase price sequently was ordered to Reading, good godmother" may be curtailed I as conditions permit will sail for their guests, also has been pur- CITIZENS OF KEY WEST IN
(Continued on Page Four) 1 Pa., and New Haven. to some extent by the remote- Cedar Keys harbor. I chased. (Continued on Page Four)




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,r- (gfrc Sep tK&it fW I ITS TRUE! By Wiley Padan I l TODAY'S WEATHER ] := Today In History

Published DaUy Exert Sunday By I:1l .
\ THE CITIXE'V: PUBLISHING CO. INC.: of the first laws passed in America ... i I.......................

I. P. ARTMAX. ......a.... in the interest of education 'vas en. I 1781-Surrender of Cornwal-
JOE ALLEN AwUtamt Bas/.e. ]huger T..r.t_..* I t,'with thunderstorms in the middle| In at Yorktown Va.
virtually ending -
From The 'itlxen BuMdlnC acted by Massachusetts Bay Colony in Highest ..........__...f_..__.....83 !I Mississippi Valley. There have also Revolutionary War.
." Comer Greene and Ann Streets 1647, and required all towns with 50 or Lowest ............ ..-_71 1 been light showers in extreme -ii t ""flf( !
Mean ..:.-::....,_77 I I southern Florida. Temperatures 1813-Battle of Leipsic-
Only Dally Newspaper County.In Key_\Vet and more housedolders to appoint a teacher to Normal Mean _....___.:..._ 79 are below pormal this morning in Prus.ians, Ruseian. Austrian

Entered at Key West. Florida. as second class matter instruct children to read and write. No :! .g r; J RainUU :!' the upper Ohio Valley. New England and Swedes beat Napoleon.
Yesterday's Precipitation .01 Ins. from the central Plains
FIFTV-SIXTHYEAR!! special qualifications were set for teachers. I Normal Precipitation .26 Ins.. States southward into Texas and I 1864-Cen--i: an" historic
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lIe__r .1 .Ioe As..elaled and the pay was miserably small. I ree.rd :. peeled in the Plateau region and are 20-m3e ride to battle of Cedar
t .oI'all at ATomorrow's.-.,_. t. _...... :
the Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to ale ". ? 'generally above the seasonal aver-I Creek, Va.
for reeu:. tttttioa of all news dispatches credited tot Even before this law was passed Ded- Almanac 'age elsewhere, Helena Montana, _
: ;)r not otherwise credited In this paper and also \c..1' Sun rises ........._._.. 6:28 1
the local news published here.Pt4TIOiIAt ._ ham, Mass., had a free school supportedby ? a. m.I i reported a severe earthquake this 1901-Santos Dumont flew
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) Sun sets 5:56 p. m. 'morning with extreme damage. 'I round Eiffel 'Tow r-epochal feat
EDITORIAL) taxation, the teacher receiving $66.80 a ) ;, fI Moon rises ......_.h. .12:40 a. m. G. S. KE N"lJY.: in those days.
'- ASSOCIATION> 4r Moon gets ..... .._.__...... 2:03 p. m. I Officer In ChargeSubscribe t
J u year. In most cases, however, the town i I
: o..r..w'.
1935Weakly TidesA '
<=/y I I 1933-Unsolved Lindbergh case;
RATES paid a portion of the expense and the i\ o- II JI. P.M. I, to The Citizen. given Dept. of Jus'l\.c for at' n

__S\BJt.-"RIPT10X_... __.___._._.. SI'.IO sus01 High h..h 4:08 5:35,,,
one l'r' Months Year .. .-...-----...- ..-.--._ 0.00w pupils made up the remainder through WGM-HATT TROUWDOUR.HAS, .c, \\ Low ..._.._.._.._...11:15 10:50 -- -- --- ---
.Month Month._ LSS.05 tuition fees. The record of one school IN WC JHOV, TIPPED WS\ FAMOUS \ Barometer 8 a. m. todays
One .._..., -S0 HIGH HAT TO EVERY PRSSCENT Cf \ Sea level, 30.03.WEATUEK .
shows that the tuition charge was 67 cents TH UNTO STARS SINCE THEODOREROWEVEUri : -
Made known ou application. for three months. ITS f TRUE t FORECAST

SPECIAL NOTICE Closely following Massachusetts, simi- ,7.m. COlORtO eN4S'AiQlSUP 0UF11 WsT11 w0[>1 (Till 8 p. nu, Sunday) ,
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolution of
respect obituary notices, ete.. will be charged for at lar schools were established in the Con- HAS IEENAAILaJil111Sr00 SYiARi TOAIO Mt Key West and Vicinity: Fair to
tk..* rate of II cents a line. partly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
Notices for entertainments by chot-.Les from Which necticut colonies, and in 1657 the New WS'AtE 1NDANSIWDOV'MUMOER
A revenue Is to be derived are .6 crts a line. ,RID ASSIST
Haven colonial court ordered that each i A? USUAL M 'HSR
Is forum and Invites discussion
The Citizen an open \\ -
of public issues and subjects of local or general .L Sr 1 ; \ c\ut\\\\\\
town not already maintaining a school + BAND .
Interest but It will not publish onymous communications. It a
should open one and pay one-third of its I \. USe 'Nettn ,

expenses, the rest to be paid on a per +r. f \\ n\\
i iI iM
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST capita basis by families served. ; IR6n n.Ue. fI t

ADVOCATE BY THE CITIZEN Plymouth Colony later on provided I l QS +. l 1 \\\\
(WO tats tOUGATtO IN FAftGO.Na DAKOTA) ..({
school money by leasing its fisheries on t} K OUC.
1. Water and Sewerage. the coast, thus raising about $150 a. yea GRAPHS MRfEgflY Vml AKQlurcnr NO MAN-liP.. & j ,.- \.t

In New Amsterdam now New York the ,
1 ;* M.stly Cloudy Shower
i Main .
2. Bridges to complete oad to
"IT'S TRUE! that a ton of peanuts was necessary to put a
first schools supported bf the West r
land. were Ted Lewis song hit on the talking screen!" says artist Wiley possibly occasional light showers;
India! Company, but controlled by ,..thfe Padan. "Through a clever mechanism they were dropped in moderate northeast and east
*. Free Port. Dutch Reformed church. '. r : time to the music their rattle punctuating the harmony like a winds. sL\\\Cl-\\
4. Hotels and Apar ents. There were also "dame Ischo 9fs/' snare drum!'For five years Ted Lewis' famous peanut act has Florida: Generally fair to part-
delighted ?ctr; audiences, and it is now on the screen in cloudy tonight and Sunday except -
5. Bathing Pavilion. taught by women in their homes,: .these. 'Here Comes uc 3and*." possibly l light showers! in ex-

6. Airports-Land and Sea. teachers receiving as little as 10 shillings treme south portion.Jacksonville .

7. Consolidation of County and City or $1.67, a year. In 1682 the salary of I to Florida Straits!!
and East Gulf Gentle variable
trains will be put on :
Governments. President Rogers of Harvard Universitywas KEY WEST IN I I West and Miami this ---I winds over north portion and moderate -

fixed at $516 a year, one-third of i Rodenbaugh, general to fresh northeast to east
which paid in provisions other DAYS GONE BY I the line, told! Dr. J. Y. Porter who winds over south portion.weather
*.. A happy life depends a good deal on was I interviewed Mr. Rodenbaugh recently -I party overcast tonight and Sunday O Why wait until next spring for your modern
goods. Happening. Here Jatt 10 Year and asked when other possibly showers in extreme "
knowing how to live. electric refrigerator when you can enjoy all the conveniences -
Ago A Take
Today From
In the early elementary schools only The File. Of*The Citixea i trains were going to be placed in south portion. I of a General Electric now-and without

t reading, writing and the Bible were taught, !I service between the two cities. 1 increasing"jour present bouteb U expenses one pennjt
There currents in evidencein -
are cross learn being I
those who desired to arithmetic The wedding of Miss Catherine
the Florida cross-state canal even be- obliged to resort to a special "ciphering Dominguez, daughter of Miss An-) The Palm Olive Company Pressure is low this morning I I
fore there is any water in it. master." nie Dominguez, to Juan Romano, through The Citizen yesterday of. from the northern Lake region
[fered full size cake of I
a soap to
will be celebrated this afternoonin eastward over New England: with
St. Mary's Star of The all who clipped a coupon appearing disturbance;' centra' Ontario
Sea over Your General Electric will now easily pay for Itself
The most effective advertisement of! BE CAREFUL AT HOME ''church. Attendants will be Miss in yesterday's issue. Hundreds'clipped I Cochrane 29.56 inches andis and $40 $60 between and
Sara the coupons and availed sate you to now spring. "
Esperdy and Vicento Romano. relatively low over the far
the year was written by a reformer who :: themselves of the opportunity.I duer!
Following the ceremony an informal ; Southwest, Phoenix Ariz., 29.88 ,
described a certain book as "the most immoral Clip one today, present it to Joe
"In the home says Rear Admiral reception will be held at i inches; while moderate high pressure -
of a decade." Cary T. Grayson, "people are inclined tn the home of the bride's mother, Mulberg's. Naval Supply House or I areas overspread most other The Key West Electric L l
I Duval and Olivia streets. l any dealer in soap and you will: sections of the country, Jackson- J
I underrate the danger of hazards and I -- !receive absolutely free a full size'1,yille, FItu, and Rose well. New f fx7iR

Mrs. Roosevelt says she has found a practises; they think a home is safe and Officers of the local naval station -'!cake of this wonderful toilet Ar- Mexico 30.18 inches, and Tatoosk I

way to ignore the stares of the crowds. act accordingly." : and those of the U. S. S.; tide.I Island. Wash., 30.20 inches.:

She looks over their I.. :;.ds. Giving the The American Red Cross, trying to dance Cleveland to be will given entertain this evening at in.a f I i Editorial comment-: The man last Rains 24 have hours occurred over a narrow during strip the II GENERAL O ELECTRIC]

outer fringe a break, as it were. emphasize the need for care and caution, I I the Athletic Club. The dance will who talks jn a big way about his! irom the lower Rio Crande Valley:
points out that home accidents caused 34- be the farewelll) event for the of- financial resources may have 691",Northeastward to New,! England,!

500 deaths last The deadly auto- II ficial personnel l of the vessel cents in his pocket, nothing in the "-.- .--.-. -- --
A failure in life can be successful in which has been in the city several! bank and a lot of debts due his I .
one thing; he can teach others why he mobiles only killed about 1,500 more than days. i creditor, I .
that. _
failed because failing is the one subject of i T _
Be careful in the home. Common The Porter Dock company was
which he has practical knowledge.The 'advised this afternoon tiiat the 1 .M. F. Hogan supervisor of the
falls, fires, wrong pills, unloaded guns, Tug I. J. Merrit of 'th* Mer- Knights! of Columbus leaves on a PAINT
ship ,of the Mallory Line next UPUse
and such familiar everyday articles and rit-Chapman company reached -
world's population is increasing, events cause many deaths. The old say- the Steamship Lake Gun->week and will come to Key West,
for a look at the beautiful subdivision
ni. ashore Tottugas 6:30 -
but the consumption of food is not. near
carries truth "an of
ing ounce preventionis 'o'clock this morning. The tug was Florecita. The visitor expects -
Whether the latter is through compulsionor worth a pound of cure." dispatched from Norfolk 'a few! to take a prominent part in
design is not indicated in the research days ago with instructions to pro- the Florecita sales division in New

but the fact remains that we are pulling in e................................... ceed direct to the stranded! ship.A York and knowledge is anxious of to the get offerings an intimate -I II ZILO--A Sherwin Williams ProductZilo

our belts a notch or two. "THE WORLD FOR GOD" group of prominent New I offered to those who believe in

Yorkers has decided to take a sec- the future of Florecita.

Love is a state of emotional intoxication "Father, I will that they also, whom tion modern of Florecita hotel. on This which to erecta is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated -
announcement Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben
-Key West Citizen. To som.e it's Thou hast given me, be with me where I was made this morning by Adams in their home on County -Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside.A .

just a plain drunk-Jacksonville Times- am.-John 17-24. Mrs. Mary McKnight sales manager Road, a girl. Mrs. Adams was, t
.................................... of the Florecita subdivisionon vious to her marrige, Miss Pe-I
:Union. And a kind of drunk in which
A wise man once said, "The'.answer: Boca Chica. The structure will Lance of Tampa. 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES ABOUT
most folks indulge-Bronson Journal. And be at the northern end of the development ] !
usually good for a headache or two.-Miami to substitution is always 'No.' There 'i i$ ., and is to be called the Mrs. Julius Camus will NINE QUARTS OF PAINT
no "just as good" when it com.es to 'Jlptel del Mar. In structural design.it -. enter-j
Daily News. Salvaf tain with a bridal shower in
: i will be the same as the Flamingo
tion and there who '
are many 'l T" home this afternoon in
stitutes. / "* j 'I to Hotel. the Everything hotel one of necessary the. Miss Julie Gibson, of Miami, '25 Pound Can Zilo
1 Costs $3.50
About the m.ost superfluous statement tutiOIi'which whose marriage to John Lewis:
There is, for instance, the subs most beautiful in the state will be
that a congressman car make is the assertion life I in the design and the builders ex- Marshall, of Key,West, will be'
offers to the earnest seeker
solemnized tomorrow afternon.
that he i is at all imes eady and wil-: j after truth. pect to spend not less than $1-I 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45

do i for the benefit 000.000 besides the expendituresfor ,
ing to everything possible -
j There is the substitution of false grounds beautification and i The feather-work of the old
of his constituents. That is what the standards; standards which compromisewith other additional features. Hawaiians on their capes, helmets,

taxpayers are payinr him for, isn't it?:' the eternal verities; standards whichare I leis and kahilis has not been ex- $4.95
And that is just what he will do in order If travel demands It extra celled experts say.
born of circumstances and conditionand
to hold his sinecure.
environment, and which must pass .
with the circumstance and condition and

One of the contemptible tricks unscrupulous environment, and to these mankind must

politicians indulge in is to say "No." 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

broadcast the lie that their opponents The standards inculcated at mother's CONSULT YOUR BANKER

have declared themselves out of the race. knee-standards of honor and justice, .

But in no .instance- insofar as this writer standards which make for happiness, temporal Can You Equal This Low

knows, has this chicane attempt to gain and eternal; must never be exchanged ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS

advantage over an opponent, ever been for a substitute. I Cost Anywhere? ." :'' .

successful. As a rule the artifice has They may lead to a high place, or

militated against the very purpose for they may lead to a Cross.In I I .

which it was enunciated. one case they led to a Cross, but I Remember We are Headquarters for Lumber, Cements-Screens,

.. there was no compromise.The The First National l Bank oi Key West Doors, Windows-in fact, Anything you need to Build or Repair.

The move to establish in Miami a cen- matter was definitely settled one

tral hurricane forecasting station, replac- night in a garden by the Master, who said
Member of the Federal Reserve
ing those in Key West, Palm Beach and St. I "Thy will be done!" I

Petersburg, has failed. That's one thing What about our personal standards? i Ij

grasping Miami was not successful in tak- I Have they been lowered? Are we less Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
West but the main than and
ing away from Key men or women we were boys

reason was that two other large cities witha girls? Corporation. ', .- I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

big voting power protected. Had thi In making our world our personallife I -
"Your home is worthy of the best"w
its : that station World For God back to the
city been alone in protect, a we go .
j l
too, would have been take from us. t old verities and refuse a substitute.. J 'I 1
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et.lat"!liO"lIllfJ found:facf roar at Bant(*. plantation .u- **W n. anyhow JudIth Inslatedthere's NIGHT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -

boat .f Ion vollcf roommate, no hurry.roe afraid there STRUNK MADE CHAIRMAN* CELEBRATE 400TH ANNIVERSARY FIRST METHODIST PASTOR TO
Jwf Uk.Jr4itk's tretfcer.Davfci Carroil be plenty of time for business
a Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Eaton Between Du 9l and
wen Smily't' tow; mow ka >
l' course before the slack In employ- WILL IRON OUT DIF OF PRINT.ED PREACH
< te Twlc E.ltys dtoor John B. Culpepper, Jr., Pastor : Simonton Streets ON BIBLE AT
lag E4irt Bar..... key fciaoamX'e ... ment !Is taken up and In the mean- I FIREMAN AND BAKERS IN
rliuliiio. tka atmrtott o/ 1I.k time you need to play Do you real OPENING CAME; THREE I 10:00 a. nu, under leadership of I Bible School at 9:45 at( m. MORNING HOUR
_,s iabarkood art dad Jrdfkho ize, darling that you've never ]I '
Cabled Dond tkat tk. old Carton played In your lifer CLUBS WILL PARTICIPATEIN Gerald Saunders, general super Classes for all ages. i
floatation 'to' the fnmlv intendent. Each department meets I Morning worship at 11 o.tIDe'..
tom..near* before. again, in tae "Only too welt'And ( GRAVY) Tuesday evening of next week 1 Sunday morning, Rev. J. B.
Market.. GAMES If hereafter wants in its own assembly room. Sermon topic:: "Why Got To
-' do you realize that having [ any golfer : Preaching Sunday morning at I Church." | the evangelical churches of the: Culpepper, .Jr...or the First Methodist
yon here Is the nicest thing that has to complain about various and I .
Chapter 40 happened to me since Davey was will 11 o'clock. Subject "Precious :Meeting of the B. T. U., 6'.30 city are uniting in a service at I Church, will talk about the
then all he
sundry things "
DARK FUTURE born It sounds Improbable but I do (By JOVE) I Book. I p. m. the First Baptist Church in commemoration Bible. "We know very little con-
have to do is go to the Greens i Epworth League meeting at Evening worship at 7:30 otclock. .
get lonesome, and the biggest favor The Senior Diamondball of "Four Hundred I '
HALF hour later Judith clad I League I cerning,this ggpat, old book, the
could do Committee and make their wants 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa The pastor will speak on "Brok- '
you me would be to
pajamas and a pair of stay at clubs will play a series of three leader. COl1ins.1 Years of the Printed Bible." pastor said. :.
least three known. Anchor Chains.
months"Emily or complaints en
scarlet mules, was sitting Turkish II At the eveningservice the sub-
fashion at the foot of Emily's bed. felt her eyes misting. She games next week, beginning Monday After a lengthy discussion with: Sunday evening service Monday afternoon, 4 o'clock, An interesting program has ject will be: "Qrre Me Thy

One of the most refreshing of Jn- leaned forward Impulsively and night when the Firemen will Gerry Curtis, the following have o'clock. Subject: "Give Me Thy I regular meeting of the W. M. S. been arranged, with Rev. J. C. Heart." This will be a special

Uth'a traits...Cniily remembered kissed Judith's beautiful. Impudent I meet the Busy Bee Bakers in the been appointed to the committee I Heart. Prayer service, Wednesday Gekeler delivering the address I tervice. At this time there will

'was this disregard for conventional mouth. "1 hope some day I can do opening contest. to serve until the January meeting Mid-week prayer and praise II evening 7:30 o'clock. There will also be an interesting be a candle tight installation

hours; this unwIUtegness to relinquish half as much for'you." at which time the election of I service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. Thursday evening, 7:30. o'clock, service for the
On Tuesday night the Fire lad- Bible display prepared by the young people.
Judith uncurled ;
herself and rose. six months m. choir rehearsaLNote
one day until another. had ar officers for the coming I Another feature of the evening
rived.It "Yonll do tt Just by staying" She dies will tackle the strong Lopez will .be held: I' Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- : The announcement of American Bible Society, showing service will be the receivingof

was a family trait. Emily knew patted Emily's cheek. "Now go to Funeral Homers and Friday night Edward Strunk, chairman; W ning at 7:45 o'clock.: Mrs. Joseph Union Services on Tuesday evening i the development of the printing of i members into the church and

thinking yourself
and the poker game on the living- fully to three months of this grace life: Bakers, will tangle up. I' Spottswood and C. -C. Price. choir director. this issue. On October 4, 1935, there came in attendance.
room floor. She settled herself luxuriously i The chariman will notify the I from an unknown press the final'
after that yon can think about whatto These will be exhibition '
under the down comforter do next games. I other members when, where and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN t j LEY MEMORIAL M.E.. sheets of the first printed English. ee...ee........SSSSSSS.Today's ..

and waited. She opened the bedroom windows Starting Monday'October 28, a i why of the first meeting.Today's I CHURCHJ. |; CHURCH. SOUTHI Bible, in the text prepared by

't- '"Well. Judith demanded "what tucked Emily warmly in and went new arrangement will be put into C. tekeler Pastor I I I I Rev M. L. Smith Pastor Myles Coverdale, later Bishop of:

did you think of him r out tbe scarlet: mules clicking as she effect, which has been worked out 1..1 Corner of White and Washington Cor. Georgia and Division) Sts. Exeter. In the four centuries! Anniversaries

"He's attractive* Emily admitted. walked. by the recreation department. : Horoscope Streets I I I Church school at 9:45 a. n. I It since 1535, the English Bible, in !
"And what is much more dangerous 1 its successive:!\ translations has i ........................
Four clubs will play a series of Sunday school meets at 1C a. with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent
...... .
,he makes you feel attractive too. TAAN RAYNOR'S house. Emily dls- e..ee.eeee.e ee e A. C. superintendent.t I molded, as has -no other book, the 1735 John Adams. Boston
m. Elgin
But he's not for the likes of me! *-* ,covered two nights later, was games, and at the end of the series Today's native will have an The Adult Bible Class is taughtby I Morning worship at 11 o't lock.1 very life and thought of the Eng- lawyer-patriot, signer of the

when each club has met the artistic temperament, rather sensitive the pastor. ;I Subject: "Heirs Of God-The: lish-speaking people of the world. I Declaration of Independence first

other teams at least once, the two and inclined to give way !Morning\ worship at 11 o'clock.i Meek." This will! _be the third In 1 With the New Testament and Vice President:!\ second President,

'clubs leading will play thelast to the feelings. There is, however Sermon: "Jesus the Saviour." i the series of sermons om the the Gospels!! it has far surpassedin father of the sixth President,

contest and proceeds: will be'xlrvid- a spirit of determination Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. : Beattitndes. | I'' circulation any other book in I July 4. 1826.1761Deborah.
that-: 'ill]} :stand fast: in defence of Sermon: "Drink for the Thirsty" Young People's Department: has the world. Its words and its
ed among the contending: the- rights wihch combined with Solo by :Miss Alee Curry, "Holy its morning session hi'the Division I cadences are in our very speech.Its N. Logan, early

This money will come from the the alertness and caution of this Bible Book Divine." street school building with Miss i themes ha e inspired:!\ great Philadelphia hiete tan of note

gate receipts of the last game only degree, should lead on to victoryover i Mid-week Bible Study on Wed- Miriam Carey as teacher and Albert achievements in literature and in born at Bramtre, Mass. Died

'There are several business houses competitors. i nesday at 7:30 p. m. Please read Carey as president. art. It has molded for righteousness Feb. 2, 1839.

\\i\ in the city that are contemplating Luke 13:6-9, the Parable of the Junior boys and girls at -4 p.I the inner character of public .

,, I sponsoring a club in this league Stanley starred for the Beacon Unfruitful Tree. m., with Mrs. Mary Thompson in 1 institutions. It has been the indiSpensable 1784-Leigh Hunt, noted Englih .

and they will be fully; uniformed.The boys. charge I guide and companionof I author b rR. Died Aug. 28,

Firemen outfit is giving a Score by innings: R. H .E. FLEMING STREET METHODIST Young People's evening sessionat millions of persons of every 1859.

-ii(1'( big dance on the 28th to help Administration007- CHURCHCor. 6:30 p. m. degree and walk of life.

raise a fund to purchase uniforms 300 1-11 12 1 Evening preaching at 7:30 p. m. 1810-Cassias! My Clay aggressive -

Lighthouse 040 000 0- 485 Fleming and William Streets Subject: "Soul Enemies.* The Charter Oak, depicted on Kentucky abolitionist and

...................ee.SC Batteries: E. Roberts and Shuler Peele Pastor Prayer and praise service each the Connecticut tercentenary com- editor born in Madison County.

I Rueda; F. Stickney. Roberts and Church school meets at 9:45a. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.' memorative stamp of the United Died there July 22. 1903.
SOCIAL LEAGUEBATTING Pellicier.CLASSIFIED. States, is at Hartford. I I
m. William N. Knowles sup- Young people's choir practice !
II erintendent. The Wesley Fellow- each Thursday at 7 nu Miss : LEGALSNOTICE
.SS SSSee.e.5..ese..... p. H. R. Hill, pastor
AVERAGES ship Bible Class meets in the pas- Alice Jenks, pianist.Church'choir Sunday; school, 9:30 a. m.
tor's study. practice each Friday OF MASTKIVS SALE
Preaching, 11 a. m. :NOTICE" : IS HEREBY UIVEU.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. at 8 p. m. Mrs J. Roland Junior A. C. E. League meet that under and by virtue of and

(By JOE) COLUMN Sermon subject": "Why I Try To Adams, pianist. at 5:39 p. m. made pursuant and to entered that on certain the 2oth decree day

........................ Be A Christian OF GOD Senior A. C. E. League meet of September A. D. 135. by the
e.e..e..e......SS...... Intermediate Epworth League CHURCH at 6:15 p. m. Honorable Jefferson B. Browne.
One of the Judges of the fir.-int
Leading batters in the Social meets at 3:30 nu Miss Venda-
Advertisements under this head p. 1106 Olivia Street Evening service 8 p.. m. Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit -
Diamondball League, with averages line( Watkins superintendent. of Monroe County Florida in
Weekly Services
of .400 and over, are shown will be inserted In The Citizen at Young Peopl 's League meetsat Morning service at 11 o'clock. Chancery in that certain cause
Sunday school 3:30 p. m. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m,, Class. therein pending wherein Berlin A.
below: the rate of le a word for each insertion 6:30 p. m. Miss Mayfield Sawyer I* complainant, and The
"Well," Judith demanded,"what did think of him Sunday night service 7:15 Friday, 7:30 p. m., choir rehearsaL ,
p you Player- A2 R. H. Ave. but the minimum for the Knowles, president. Burbank Realty. Company, a corporation
Tb First National Bankof
rYe had my share of problems for awhlla. not another classic example of Early Parks _....._____.._..._ 212 1.000 first insertion in every! instance is Worship service at 7:30 p. m. o'clock. service Wednesday Key West., a corporation, Harry
." Colonial; It was merely a house big Pellicier ._-.___. 202 1.000 Sermon subject: "Some Wrong Evangelistic SAINT PETER'S CHURCH Gwynn and Hilda Owymn. his wife,

Judith: nodded relieved. The cable I and rambling and badly In need of Soldano ........__ 3 1 2 .667 25e. I Ideas About God." 7:15 p. m. are Special defendants Master in the Chancery undersigned, ap-

had gone to David this morning and paint i Ward ._.___.,_ 312 ..667J. Payment for classified adver- Mid-week prayer and Bible Prayer and praise service, Friday (Colored) pointed by said decree trill offer

she was counting minutes. until the Except for an occasional fine piece Roberts ______16 6 10 .625 tisements is invariably in advance study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meeting Center Street, Between Petronia the for sale highest and bidder sell at public for cash outcry before to

ha3Cer came. of furniture and the Sally portrait 1. Lopez ..__._10 5 6 .600 but regular advertisers with ledger Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately and Olivia the front door of the County Courthouse

"I know that lie's a graceless i In the hall the interior gave no IndI- Wickers ..______14 6 8 ..571J. accounts have their advertisements following the mid-week Latin-MiNI_ Mass, 8 a. m. in Key West. Monroe County,
may Florida, on Monday November 4th
devil; but 1 thought he'd do to play 1 cation of past glories In the Raynor Navarro ....___16 3 9 ..562B. charged. service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di- Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Solemn Evensong and Benedic- A. D. 113i. .(same being a rule day
around with. Of there 1 history. ___ .500 tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament of said Court and a local sale day)
course are a Finder ____ _14 5 7 t i I rector. conducted by Rev. ..
Thursdays, during the legal hours of sale, t -
few others and 1 want you to meet I The living-room suggested the Johnson ._____...._--10 2 5 ..500A. Advertisers should give their]|I This church will join in the Charles E. Lazo. 7 p. m. wit between 11 O'clock tm the

the countryside but it's convenient: lounge of a men's club rather thana Knowles __ 12 3 6 ..500B. street address as well as their telephone -|I union service to be held at theI Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Church school 8 a. m. forenoon and 2 O'clock in the afternoon

to have someone to all back on when private home. It was almost crudely Sweeting __.. 211 .500 number if they desire re-]]I Baptist Church, Tuesday October Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. described of property said day,to the satisfy following said

there's nothing else doing. tarnished: deep cushioned chairs Goss _...._....__.__14 2 6 .428 22, at 7:30 p. m., elebrating MIXED BIBLE CLASS Week-Day Service decree by payment of the amounts

Emily twinkled at her."Yon sound : a stone fireplace holding enormous F. :Mathews 7 1 3 .428 suits.With each classified advertisement -I f te 400th anniversary of the printed Mass on Tuesday and Thursday therein On the specified laUad: of Key West

as If I were spending the winter logs a fine pair of antlers above the Stanley 9 4 4 .444 English:!\ Bible.CONGREGATIONAL. Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Montt- at 7 a. m. and is Lot Nine (t) of Square

here. mantel a collection of old guns on C. Knowles ....__._12 1 5 .416 The Citizen will give free an cino. Teachers Litany and Sermon on Wednesday Four (4) in Tract. Twenty-

"Yon are." j the mantel-shelf. E. Pinder .._.__._ 10 5 4 .400 Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for I CHURCH This class meets every Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Martello seven (27)Towers. according.subdivision to the

She shook her head regretfully. After the inevitable drinks dinnerwas H. Sands .___..." -10 0 4 .400 it. morning at the Harris School auditorium Confessions: After the Wednesday plat of which Is duly recordedin
"You're Dut I can't. 527 StreetE. Hat Book. 1. page !to. in the
an angel. served on a small table before o'clock. Men and evening service.
at 10
records of the of son-
"Why not!'* Judith went straight, the living-room fire MISCEtLANEOUSDIESELMen: I Richard Evans Pastor net connected with any roe. State of Florida.ALLAN County.

to the heart of the matter. "What 1 "That dining-room gets under my ANNOUNCE GAMES Sunday school. 9:45: a. m. other women Bible Class and regardless NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH B. CLEARB Jit,
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Special Master in Chancery
would you do back In Elston? skin.** Dan anted to start
explained.It.s so big
I of denomniations are invited t o RAYMOND R- LORD.
That was a question that had followed and gloomy that it takes at least a immediate training in this vicin- Sermon subject: "Abiding Faith. (Colored) Solicitor for the Complainant.
her like a shadow since the: dozen people to subdue the damn' FOR SOCIAL LOOPBy ity to install, operate and serve! .Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. attend. A. T. McCaskill, PastorM. sepUS. oet5-U-lt-J'

moment she arrived. What would' thing. And with the present price of ice DIESEL ENGINES in power -i I Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. PENTECOStAL MISSION A. Moreno, Recording Steward

she doT* cotton. Lord knows when Ill be ableto plants, trucks, tractors, etc.' Sermon subject: "Triumphs In Mrs. M. A. Moreno Secretary
have it done over." ( JOVE) Consultation service and tools!.I Life." 909 Olivia Street Sunday school 9:30 a. m

*I DON'T know. she confessed.i Emily glanced at the dinner which Scredule of games for next furnished. Write giving mechanical -i Mid-week service, Wednesday Wm. Skondeen, Pastor Sunday service, 11 a. m. FUNERAL HOME

"I've been trying to ,decide. I was a typical man's meal: beef filets week in the Social Diamondball qualifications. Schoeck I II evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday morning worship, 11 Evening worship 7 o'clock. j I i Serving Key Weat

won't stay there and dry up." she with mushrooms source potatoes. League are as follows: Diesel Training Alton. Illinois.. o'clock. Half Century

said with quiet bitterness. "Elstonall Rocqnefort and coffee. :Monday-Lighthouse and High!I sept42128oct5121926xAGENTS ; THE SALVATION ARMY Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN I I 24 HOOT Ambulance Seri .
the Elatons in the world-are foil "I could eat food like this from School. k, CHURCH Licensed EmbaTjacr
Vernon W. Walker Officer
of good women even attractive women the kitchen floor Tl1esday-Bayview Park wdLighthouse. Captain m.Sunda
1 t I WANTED in Charge )' night evangelistic service Phone 135 Night 698-"
who ought to have married-and "Dan always feeds you well." Judith Pf : 7:15 o'clock. (Colored)
'have never had a chance. explained with her mouth full Wednesday Administrationand 1002 Fleming Street
i 717
COSMETIC big prof. Tuesday 7:15 nx and Street
QUALITY p. prayer
and (Sunday
They spoil their nieces a Company meeting
"It's his best trait"Dan High School j Rev. Alfred DeBarritt Pastor
and love its. Steady repeater. Inquire I 9:45 Mrs. Katherine praise service.
nephews read sappy sto looked injured. "You're an and Ad school). a. m.
Thursday-Lighthouse Sunday evening 7:30 o'clock. e
territory rights Moulin Rouge! Friday, 7:15 pIlL, fellowship ,
ries. and belong to church circles: unflattering beast As If I didn'thave Eldridge Young Peoples
ministration. .
| "The
Subject: Key West We De-
Cosmetic Co. 1391-A Lexington meeting.
And occasionally one of them goes a lot of good traits. Administration :and Sergeant :Major in charge. x
quietly mad from repression or Judith considered. "Yes-I suppose Friday ..- Ave., New York. Holiness meeting, 11 a. m.i Saturday 2 JO p. nu, boys and sire and Love.

turns tile town over by marrying a you have. You're kind to animals Bayview Park. oct19-ltx! Subject: :"Nevertheless." I girls' church. "We are wandering far away FLORIDAWEST
and High
Saturday-Lighthouse from the of fathers
soda-Jerker fifteen years younger and loyal to your frlenda-- Young People's Legion 6:30: ways our
School, two games. CATHOLIC CHURCH when we that
than she is. FOR RENT assume a dive-
"And I've never welched a bet-- I p. m. Topic: "The Way To True I
Judith's eyes were dark with hor Emily laughed. "Yon sound as if keeper may wreck the morals of
Prosperity. St. Mary's Star of the Sea 11. GEORGE
God! Is1t bad that!" Standings of the league: APARTMENT our youth and off his
ror. "My as as were writing an epitaph! NICELY FURNISHED I pay damage WASHINGTON
yon Salvation meeting, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., '
"It's worse." She went on thought Club- W. L Pct 827 in dolJara.Govern01' Frank D. .i
"If they don't stop chattering and with garage. Apply "
"True Life.
fully. "There's not a chance of finding finish this steak before it gets cold." Administration: ..m..... 3 1 .750 Duval street. oct19 Subject: I II in charge FKserald, Michigan. t.idS5., .. F' :. :,rtTo
service nightat d
Saturday this wr.iw
Street for
a Job anywhere now; but I've Aubrey growled, "they will be." High: School __............22 .500 the of on Fleming and Du Order of service Other services as usuaL .. w .,...,. s ; i.
considered using what money I have Everyone laughed and the dinner Bayview Park ____ ..-_ 1 2 .333 TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN- I corner i church: 'e. .

to take a business course so that I'll went gaily on. Over the liqueurs Lighthouse ... .. ..____ 1 2 .333 ISIIED APARTMENT. Con-!. val streets, 7:30 o'clock. Sunday morning Masses will be SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST tiA1AGl".rsAru..sssor.
Midweek service Thursday, 7:30 said at 7 and 9:30 o'd< be fitted todo something when thingsdo .
which concluded: the meal Judith veniences, porches.!: 519 Eliza- CHURCH
Improve. sighed heavily. beth street. Apply 523 South p.rn. vSAINT. Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock.
Judith shook her heal "You "You'll have to remove the table FERA TEN DOWNS\ ard street. oct4 PAUL'S CHURCH Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, (Colored) MArFIOWEt

oughtn't to be In business You oughtto from around me. I couldn't get up If Sundays and Fridays.METHODIST Southard Street Between Thomas .100,.a ....
r Stsssr
be married. I had to.Aubrey." BEACON PLAYERSLOPSIDED FOR SALE Corner Duval and Eatoa Streets' EPISCOPAL and Emma Streets
"Most women oughtIhe admitted grasped the back of her S.Maya William Perkins. PastorG. 1:3

with a rueful laugh but' youcan't chair and tilted It almost to the floor PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. CHURCH. SOUTH Williams Missionary Leader i' lY".Yr./..t.. .,w.
I I -
achieve it successfully In a With a Ingle bout she ..aa on "+""n. Mass Communions 7 Sabbath School (Saturday) 10 GArAet.e-w
) ,
Elston. And can't cards, $1.25. The Artman ( a. m. "EL SALVADOR"Corner .: ,t2asr..
place like you very
both arms flying. SCORE OF 11 TO
School i o'clock.
Mass for the Church Grinnell and
well go to :i city and put an ad In Press. cog! Virginia
(Corrrta\t. U3S. fry Jforiaa SiwuJ 9:30 a. m. Streets Church services: 11 o'clock ia f L4GLEI
the paper or hang out a sign. Yon'vegot 4 RESULTS FROM GAME
to do something In the mean OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor the morning. vas a..ii,
'time.Today's." Monday.Emily has her first fox bunt, PLAYED YESTERDAY bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office Evensong Prayer, Sermon (Services in Spanish) Prayer meeting every Wednesday ,"le 5I. e.r

octie Benediction 8 p. m. Sunday school 10 a. m. Bight at 7:30 p. m.
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Week Days Preaching. 8 p. m. Y. P. M. V. meeting, eA5Aet AwdrSATES.

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1| Franklin Institute, born at Fort (By JOVE) SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. Mothers' Club meets Monday p. m. Stmr.r

i I Deposit, Md., 63 years ago. The Social League played one The Artman Press. cog! Mass, 7 a. m. I 8p.m. I .
Birthdays: game yesterday afternoon and Evening Prayer, 5:30 p, m. Bible study and prayer service,I KEY WESTCOLONIAL 3>ALMVBEACMTse :

.......... ............. ,| Rev. Samuel G. Trexler of New the Lighthouse ten was defeatedby PRINTING-Quality Printing at A second Mass on Wednesdays,I Wednesday, 8 p. m. HOTELIn rrN
Fannie Hurst of !New York, York noted Lutheran clergyman, the Administration outfit. the Lowest Prices. The Art- 9a.m. "LA TRINIDAD"

City, popular author, born in St. born at Bernville Pa., 58 years Final score was 11 to 4. man Press. aug7 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 'Bevs. L. Oser and Montero the Center of the Business tt+a.
i ago.I J. Navarro hit two doubles anda
Louis. 44 years ago. ] Pastors Theater District
triple in four times at bat to TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 327 Elizabeth Street and ha
I Duval and Angela StreetsSunday
I Charles R. Crisp, lawyer for- lead the players. Pellicier hit a sheets, 75c The Artman Press Sunday school 9:30 a. m. a.-F'cnprf-
,. school 3 Fint
Dr John II. Finley associate mer Georgia congressman and EX't double and a single in two tries.J. auz1 Sunday morning service at 11 p m.
editor of the N. Y. Times, former't t riff commissioner born at Ella- Roberts. Goss and F. Mathews o'clock. Service in Spanish Friday, at SBn U Rat..

educator; born at Grand Ridge.,. ville Ga., 65 years ago. knocked out two safely in three WANTED Wednesday evening service aJ 7:30 p. m. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI tee GEORGE 10_.sb .WASHINGTON.... sod U_...

Ill, 72 years ago. times up. 8 o'clock. rDwr.dd weSad...._......
I Lewis Mumford, author and J. Navarro Wickers and Goss WANTED-A ofaanee to bid on Residing room in Society baHd- BETHEL A. ) E. CHURCH Congo Ebvator r .d--.Luih
Dr. Howard scientist critic born in New York, 40 played a good for the Office next printing order. Ths l and w. we.u
McClenahan, game your ing open Tuesdays Fridays (Colored) ...... ...... .... .
director of Philadelphia's I years ago. crew in the field, and Archer and Altaian Press. tug'? from 3 to 6 o'clock. i Corner Division and Thomas Sts. sa -.J2i1L; :r.s J




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Many Hear ReportOf Over Half Million ,.4T..IIT.4r "" 1..41 THIRD SET OF TEETH

Society Bridge Committee I //VlliWS"AND REVIEWS Acres Of Florida Land [
v TO
(At The Stores] Suirgs- SUBSCRIBERSIf MONTREAL Harry Burn,

(Continued from Page One) To Be Bought I I 42-year-otd sailor, of this city is
........................ MASS\ MEETING ASSEMBLED, What They Say Whether you do act receive your growing the third set of teeth. :
'Church Circle To that we hereby recommend to the Right Or Wrong (Conlinued-r;:;;Page One) paper by 6:15 o'clock in the i

Oversea Toll Bridge District Com- FEATURES NEW DRESSESAn .....................a..1 l lof about five thousand dollars, afternoon call telephone 51 I I Russian scientists have developed
Conduct MeetingThe advertisement in this issue nearly five dollars Fish a process for extracting
mission, to authorize any and all of The Citizen for lloltsberg'sfeatures Mary PieVford, screen actress: acre. and a paper will be sent to 1: tannin, used in tanning leather.

Woman's Missionary Society persons or corporations having the new Angora two- y "A good motion picture is noth- 'I culture and'game propagation will year home. A complaint boy ,,, from spoiled eggs.SPECIAL.
of the First Baptist Church suitable plans under which said piece dresses Tweed Jacket dresses O t ing short of a divine accident. constitute the major objectives M on duty at this office from i I I _

will hold its regular program bridges can be constructed whether Solid Color Crepe dresses and: oy I on this project. Production offish 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I OFFERPERMANENT

meeting on Monday afternoon, said plans have been filed with Printed Crepe dresses. These are I Harold Ickes, Secretary of the I and game to stock streams purpose of delivering comi I i -on-

October 21, at 4 o'clock. any department or government,! representative of the ready-to- Interior and woods of other projects i in'the plaint Help' WAVES
All women of the church have State or National, or which they wear, which Mrs Holtsberg recently "I was never much at figures."i![ state is planned. a* five you 100 fro Permanents '

been urged to be present at this may have available for said purpose -.I purchased on a buying trip in I Besides production of fish and percent service by calin* 51 j for 5.00

meeting. be authorized and permittedto New York. Mary Pickford movie star: game this project will be turnedto if you do not receive The Citii'i Better Waves,.,$5.00
file said plans with the proper Many other items are advertised "The motion picture was Intended production of seedlings for re- zen. j II I I MRS. RDd.P

Dance Tonight At Federal or State authorities for for this store's special Mondaysale. for mass entertainment." forestation on other Florida pro- I Oceaa View Apt. 1 Phono. 574-J
examination as to the suitabilityof jects. .iT..I".AT. r.l".I1. j
| Development of Project
James B. Connant president. to be returned I
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THOUGHT WONT HURT YOU/ yard University."It H.r.1 Development of the Welaka the to the owners for .
music along with delicious that the Oversea Toll Bridge Dis- MEN'S FALL SALE project involves operation of the present. :
is out of the question for 20 40- inch Solid
"Development of this pieces:
refreshments are the big trict Commission submit all of Special prices on men's Fall land
attractions at Habana-Madrid Club said plans to the Federal En- merchandise are now made at I ........................ Harvard University as an institu- state leased fish hatchery to the, which Resettlement is being continued, "should not only reduce I Color FLAT CREPE
tion to consider not the special Monday,
tonight where a large crowd is '' :Mendell's Exclusive Men's Shop. obeying t the costs the local and state QQ/
gineering Department, and that j I Florida's Water Resources law." Administration by the Florida peT yard OJVBe /
expected to gather for the big Today's advertisement contains I governments now bear for upkeep'of
said District Commission accept __ Fish and Game Commission. I
I .................
week-end dance. which attractive bargains on men's blue jI !I. ...... roads and schools, but should ;, sure to buy enough for
the plans for use, may re- Stanley Baldwin, British Prime "Popular support of these pro-
The management of the club ceive the approval and recom- I serge suits, felt hats, latest style I II j i Dependent, like some other Minister jects has been great," Mr. Hart- also in time create a new source your Christmas Dress

promises everyone who attend mendation of said Federal en- sweaters, shoes, ete. parts of lower Florida, upon stored I I "No matter: how peaceful dictatorship man said in announcing the decision timber of wealth through increase in I this price
these big dances a real good time. gineering authorities. And after I to go ahead with land resources, wild >
I rain for supply, the city of I may be in their early pur- life and grazing lands." ;

........................ said selection by the Federal en- Key West, about 40 years ago, :. stages, they try, in the end- to chase. "The Resettlement Ad- i j ii I Special Prices OnSHOES .
gineering authorities that the said PAINT UP NOW! {[ divert the attention: of their people ministration has received far more i I ,
Oversea Toll Bridge District Com- The low cost at which one can!] attempted to obtain a stable! from domestic difficulties to offers to sell land than it ha
PERSONAL MENTION mission endeavor to secure a loan now paint a house, inside or out, source of water by tapping the external adventure." been able to accept. Recent economies PALACEJack i I

.......................e from the Federal Government for 1 is showed by an example in the' earth with an artesian welL Afterone enforced Washington Buchanan-LHi DamitaBREWSTER'S '
the purpose of constructing said advertisement carried for South or more vain attempts to James A. Farley, Postmaster General have made it neessary to select l -in- :. I Especially: attractive prices
Dwight Russell left on the afternoon -i bridges, according to the plans ac- Florida Contracting and Engineering raise I !: only those tracts which because MILLIONS will be placed on our new Fall
water to the
plane yesterday for a I surfaceout of their location will form the I I FOOTWEAR today and Mon-
cepted by the Federal engineering Company. I "President; Roosevelt will be re- Comedy
short business visit in Miami. of the coral base of the I day. We have a complete
island nucleus for the land improvement
best -
authorities.BE This the
example uses popular| elected with more electoral votes Matinee: 10-1Sc. Night: 152ScPEARLMAN'S : I stock of the newest styles in all
IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Sherwin-Williams product Eilo.' fresh water did appear at than he got in 1932." 1 *. program. We regret that I: colors, sizes and heels
Mrs. J. R. Curry, who was visiting that it is apparent that there is a Read the advertisement -for complete -' the cup of a well on withdrawalof options! on other tracts: will have I NEW HOSIERY-Purchased

in Tampa with relatives, returned very short time remaining for the details.. the drill. In trying to make Frank B. Kellogg, former justice': to match our Shoes and Dresses.
on the Cuba this morning. submission of plans, and for the > World Court: I JUST RECEIVED es. All shades in a wide price
the water flow in
a stream, -inll-; I
perfecting of applications for "It (Italy's war on Ethiopia Ttlt) SHpt. Heavy Western Steer ] Inc. renew
ing operations were resumed and Meat, Cuban and American Cuts I i shipment of CHILDREh"S
Oharles J. Curry was a return- loans, we urgently recommendthe THE STORE OF FASHION apparently nothing but a land ,
ing passenger' on the Cuba this Oversea Toll Bridge District The Store of Fashion |U this succeeded in opening a hole grabbing scheme." ,. Genuine Spring Lamb "Quality Shop" Ladies', Mi.SOX. s'just and in.Children's
morning after a short business Commissioners, to proceed with week offering special fincesS on I through _the coral into the *ea > t --S4f Milk Fed Veal

visit. in Tampa.S. all possible dispatch and speed to the new Fall merchandise recently -' into which the fresh water disap George Moses. former Republican; Bermuda Meat Market WHERE THE SMARTESTREADYTOWEAR Lowest FALL READY.TO-WEAR prices this season on

secure said loan in order that received and placed on display peared. Senator from New Hampshire I Phone; 861-W Free Delivery I our FALL line of READY-TO-
F. Saunders first assistant said bridges may be constructedout I Some such condition may be "If things go on for the next Open and Deliver Sunday A.M. IS NOW BEING SHOWN WEAR on Saturday and Mon
keeper at Tortugas light, and B. II. of funds now available with Shoes for ladies, misses and feared by dwellers in southern five or six years as they have been day.
Lowe, second assistant keeper. the Federal Government. children are being featured today and central,Florida as a possibility going on for the past two and a Don't Cold wait weather for the is on last its minute wav! Ladies' Camel-Hair Dresses

will sail Monday for'their station The chairman asked if there was I and Monday at reduced prices and in cutting a canal through the half years the country will be -take advantage of our "LAY- special n.n..... $1.95Ladies'
after spending their quarterly vacations any person who would like to have for Monday 40-inch solid color lake region of the state. Much of ruined." I AWAY" Plan and Silk Waists, special
I D. ARONOVITZ secure yoOrgarment aC --_"___'___.____?.___ $1.00
with their families. something to say about the resolu- flat crepe will make a special sale) the peninsula is of coral founda- I now. Wbol and Lapin
tion and its provisions.Joe attraction. tion. Jackets, Angora Suits and -
Miss Hortense Menendez and I Crusoe suggested that as Agricultural interests in these 4 DEPARTMENT STORE Dresses Knitted Sweater the ceived.Season's Newest just re-

sister, Miss Grace Menendez, who plans are now in Washington submitted sections of Florida have organized -I Coats, Twin Sets, Sport and Ladies' Twin Sweaters,
by the Turner Bridge Corporation -' to protest to the President HOLTSBERG'SMonday Everyone in town is talking Swagger Suits Smart Coats,- I ;:.1
were visiting their brotherinlawand II D. ARONOVITZ I short, three-quarter and full at ._.._._....... $1.95
about our REA'DYTO'EARDEPARTltE"NT. 11 t
they could be used as a against canal construction until
sister Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Val- 1 "Everybody in town is talking i It is the lengths. All at POPULAR SILKS I SILKS
des, left this; morning to join their I basis on which to proceed. It was about our ready-to-wear depart- a survey shall have, determined I d SaleSEE grandest and most complete PRICES. Every Design Every Color!
parents in Havana I then explained by the chairmanthat ment," remarked the -,' that serious damage to the water I line of popular and high-grade SHOES SHOES Start planning your Christmas
the resolution did not I and the Dress now and select
specifyany supply farming interest is your
of I). Aronovitz; Department: OUR WINDOW DIS- assortment of DRESSES ever I One of the largest and best
: kind of bridges nor those of .not involved. The Gulf-Atlantic shown store in the material from our tremendousnew
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Riser Store. "It is the grandest and PLAYS-THEY TELL I by any city. assortments of the Season's
who were spending a vacation in any concern, but specifically ship canal interests have tried to 1 THE STORY Black, Brown, Blue, Green, Newest in FOOTWEAR; is now line. Lowest prices powprevail.
Key West with Mr. Kiser's par-' mentioned any or all persons or most grade complete dresses line popular ever shown and'high in':|give assurances founded on engineering I Rust, and Purple. Sizes 12 to being shown here. All at 10 pieces 40 inch Heavy

ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kiser,i corporations.Wm. Key West I surveys, that no jeop- DRESS SPECIALS I 50. Prices to suit any purse. I Popular Prices. Come in today Quality All Silk Canton

left yesterday by plane for their I H. Monsalvatge offered a Today's advertisement for this I' ardy to water resources exists as Sizes 14 to 44 I HATS to match any color and let us fit you properly. Crepe, per yard _..____..___ 69c t
home in MimL motion, seconded by Paul Boysen interest-1 a result of the enterprise.-Unit ANGORA TWO PIECE I Dress $2.00 $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 25 pieces Heavy Quality Print-
that the resolution be adopted.The store contains scores of ,ed States Daily.MONROE. DRESSES i I New line of Boys Suits with and $3.95 ed Flat Crepe, regular
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tulk, who I question was announced to ing items for men, women and) the new pinch-back models. I SALE ON DRESSES $1.00, special per yard u 69c
children. S1.98 I. SHOES for the entire family 56 inch All Wool Tweed,
the audience and the vote 100 Silk per
arrived from Havana Thursday was THEATER 1 -Blacks, Browns, and other new Dresses made to .yard.-------_h...____.__.... 95cI

afternoon stay in, are Key enjoying West while a guestsat pleasant ; yes.Mr.. Malone said that copies of PEARLMAN'S, INC. Miriam Hopkins-Frances;,inBECKY Dee 111 TWEED JACKET DRESSES Ii t novelty SHOES. Low combinations and High Heels of I sell day for and$6.00 Monday, on .sale._ 'n.Satur$4.83 I'I,I 15 Silk pieces per Printed yard ..._and... .JUaia. 50c

the Hotel Colonial and are plan- the resolutions were to be sent to Customers of Pearlm&n's Inc., t. ] $1.98 Call and look same over. 75 New Silk Dresses, made to 1 25 pieces Printed Tweed per

nnig to remain several weeks be- all members of the bridge. com- are advised in today's advertise-; SHARP HOSIERY for Ladies in new sell for $5.00 on sale $3.88 i I yard ....__._..__.......____...__. ISe
fore returning to their home in mission, the governor, all bureausin ment that "cold weather is on its! Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I Fall shades. Service weightsand I 100 Dresses, $3.95 value ........_. i Special Prices On
; 15-20ei Night: 15-ZSe SOLID COLOR CREPE Chiffon quality-knee- _. -__.._ _-____.. $2.88 and $1.88
New York. Washington in any manner way, and now is the time to select = DRESSES Come !I NEEDS OF THE HOME
high and regular HOSE. early and get best pick Start to fix the home
with the
connected loan applica- winter clothing: using thisstore's pow up
Luis tions each the S1.98 A FEW MONDAY SPECIALS ALSO ON SALE with our new line of Tapestries
Falbello. who was in Key also member of lay-away plan. ,
West business and committee and I I Another new shipment of Woolen $weaters and Blouses Draperies Ready-Made
while on with his friends to spend left a mass meeting in West'' who cared any Shoes dresses and practically I,I PRINTED CREPE DRESSES Ladies' Woolen Angora and at ....._u_......_________.____ $1.00 Curtains.. Curtain Goods Pillows
many persons every item of ready-to-wear are HOLTSBERG'SOur ,
$1.50 Silk Blouses .... $1.OO Scarfs, Bedspread,
I Silk Dresses, sizes 14 to 44, 'n'
this morning for Havana. Mr. for them.
Falbello marked at special prices for Mon $1.98 i special .u___......__.__._.__ $1.98Children's $1.25 Children's Sweaters 75c Sheets, Pillow Cases, Etc.
came last week for the Fernando Gato spoke on the day. I $1.25 Infant Sweaters ...... 75c EVERYTHING REDUCEDFOR
"El Grito de Yara" celebrationand necessity of'having immediate ac- I Monday prices keep us i HOUSE FURNISHINGS ON Chinchilla Overcoats $4.00 Wool Jackets .. $2.95 : MONDAY
cant beat them 'w.
busy- I and blues,
remained to spend a while I tion and suggested that J. should be only too willing to finance -I you SALE MONDAY cial at pinks.......;;.._......_.....__ $1.00Children's spe- $5.00__._Lapin_ __ ..Jackets ,h'hU I Inu THE-
where he says, "my heart is al Stowers and B. D. Trevor, the proposed trip to Washington COMPARE i I The most outstanding line of $3.50 and $3.95 I

ways." bers of the commission in R'I of the present commis- 25c Pillow Tubing on Curtains, including Rain- browns, greens Silk Dresses blues, specialat reds, $2.50__and__u_.$3.00... ._._ New. Shoes.at $1.98. I STORE OF FASHIONCity's
West, go at once, with sion. sale per yard25c .... .. 20c bow and Candlewick designs. each ...-__u $1.00 to $3.98 I ILadies' lOne case of $1.00 n.Pure Silk
SCHOOL SAVINGS IN I members, to Washington and personally -, Following Mr. Sheppard's talk; White Indianhead, for on sale___1_ .______ Sl.OO and Misses' Slip-Over Hose, on sale at pair __ 69c I Leading Ladies StoreI.
SWEDEN STILL GROW make the application for I the meeting adjourned after be-I on sale per yard .--- ... 20e ,; h "" Sweaters and Ahgora Blouses Or 3 pairs for __.. _h.n.. $2.OO APPELROUTH
the loan. He suggested this in in I __.
I ing session 40 minutes. j jT Yard wide Long Cloth, : Velvet and Ribbon Pillows in special each P $1.00 t
-- !the name of West. l Oc Flannels, all shades, special! I
suffering Key
(By Amwelated Pr... on sale per yard -....-. all color com$1\ __
) I Mr. Boysen suggested that the \\I''II/ I hmationv .. per yard _._._ _m'h 10c
STOCKHOLM I Solid color Outing Flannels, I --,
Oct. 19. Savings inch -
committee in a body call on Mr. 36 Drapery heavy grade, ------ ------ ---

accounts of Swedish school Trevor and Mr. Stowers and ask \ SPENDr all colors._._ .. .. ... IOe j EIGHT PIECE BEDSPREADSETS green, rust, blue, gold, special .I'.G'.I"I".I".I'.I".I'.I".I".I" ,
children have quadrupled in 10 them I per yard ---- IN AILL COLORS, I 3 yards .. ....-,-.- $1.00 { .. .
years, totaling now nearly $8- I to leave by plane Sunday to YOUR 81x09 Extra Large Size Sheets, I i i regular $5.95, on 50 pieces New Fall Tweeds,
000,000 in 359 banks. carry out the wishes of the pea I I regular $1.25, our Qflfl| sale .._ ._ 84.75> ,special, per yard h"_' 20c
I ---- -- --

On given starting a pass school book each with childis an ple Mr.of the Ketchum Key paramount West.stated issue that at bridgeswas this I VAC ATI (ONS I II I Krinkell sale price Monday25c Monday Bedspreads...-,-_on_oJ..UU SoC I "Make Your Paper Pay

initial deposit o| from 50 cents to time and after THIS YEAR IN ::: -- y---y--- -- -
$2.50. giving an anylitical Fall Tweeds, on Ofr|
review of the matter concurred i FLORIDAHfAITH. sale at per yard .__m__ *\J\f '

..............S..S S....S with the idea of getting im- % I 50 Silk Tweeds, on 39c I You Dividends!

mediate action. Sale at per yard .. ....
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. Sheppard stated he had a ?J \ I Children TwinSweaters i s
Sl.OOI "Like A Cake Of Ice"
;'of few his remarks talk was to that make.inasmuch' The gist as /IIIIII.\\\\ I on sale .II III s

both city and county had already Money Saving Prices
spent large sums in an endeavor

CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER :to get the bridges, he was of the {1'.Ar.4T".I'.I'IIIIIIIIIII. ''' t1 ,

12, 1935 opinion these local governments *.. -1 11 'b I i
....................... I t p ilk S Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad-
For MayorDR. "" *BvlIlea lA.oI'.1Ir Hater vertisers closely for special savings on your S

H. C. GALEYFor THE SEMINOLE. I ALL KEY WESTERS j k kHave ,I t.rs.,. household necessities. Make your paper pay you

\' Vat dividends. The
Mayor ei'i M 1'r I most interesting new in the ..:
is the
WM. H. MALONEFor ""'- ? paper today advertising where you van

Reelection %''' :I'r'J;: .. & friends living somewhere else, who are $ I save many dollars on the family budget by

-- 1'''' e' Ii.. h- I f patronizing; those merchants who advertise their;
hl-: '
For f interested in KEY WEST. BringS \
.F4'ztsk! r{ ,,' I goods.
your copy of the g

For Councilman 1- fc. igj .i THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING' THE COST S

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For Councilman A human THIS. B.home-like Cni>BR. MMacer Institution 5 Key Seato Sunday | is BODY'S PURSE.

MARCOS A. MESA, SR. where you will find y..r. !. .I
sad entertainment' a matter I .
of great Importance. FOODSTUFFS kept in all metal ICE A merchant who advertiieshirs'... /prices
For CouncilmanJIM \ the Office and we will mail !it to any 3v our
ROBERTSFor -o- k REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and charged a customer 20 cents for an article l that a ,
A ....1 flrr.r* f balldlag located ; \ address in the U. S. y healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. .
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Police Justice -o- I\ 3 ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand .., Why this big difference?

T S. CARO Every Room with Combination Tub lj FREE OF CHARGES % absolutely airtight. S
and Shower Bath Radio. Electric
Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer; $30.00 and $35.00EASY
For Chief of Police Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with By patronizing the merchants who present

MYRTLAND CATES Mattresses and of Inner Jndhldual Spring Reading Construction -.! Key West Over Sunday Star TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn their prices frankly and openly each week you

LampL Sea Display At- I \: help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT

For Captain of Police RATES I OF KEY WEST.

ALBERTO CAMERO 114 n_... Private Rath _slat.w .! & On Sale At Your News Dealers Or Ice Inc.
, >(__.. Priv.. Rath __ 2.5e! Thompson Company
For Captain of Police 40 H.e... Private Bath s.oe I 3 Delivered To Your Home Make dividends.PXGE
24 it ... Private Bath your paper pay you S
ROBERT J. LEWIS Is *an le ROOM*. Private Bath a 4.00':y.i v? PHONE NO. 8 .