The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00332
 Material Information
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 23, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00332
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I.- ; British Efforts : - Control '
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PLAN TO In, Anoorlatrd Prr.*l
WATER SUPPLY FOR!,, PEIPING, Oct. 23.-Rick- Owen, envoy to Denmark is one of FOR IMMUNIZING PLANS VISIT TO Impossibility For

slower, three Ruths, all writers.
sha puller. must run
: JUNIORPATROL FISH SPECIMENS states an order of the Peiping They've been having a brief reunion CATTLE CUBANCAPITAL Republicans To Obtain

bureau of public safety.
-And William Jennings Bry
Congestion of ricltHs on Control Next YearBy
ui's daughter Ruth, and her daughter (l., AMwelate* Press)
OVEMENT INAUGURATED Within a short time the large the streets has become so serious Ruth, and her daughter Ruth 23.-
Ireland Oct.
that the order was deemed -
FIRE-! concrete reservoir now under: all had Meat and alluring manuscripts -
The of immunizing cattleto
the problem
I necessary to reduce to read to each other. HERBERT PLUMMER
I course of construction on the land 1 QUI NALDO TO CONFER
RIGHTING; OTHER DUTIES to the will be I number of collisions. I| Granddaughter Huth is only 11 I tuberculosis is regarded as adjacent aquarium Passengers must net force | years old but the Children's I'age having, definitely approached solution WITH MENDIETA ON REBUILDING WASHINGTON Oct. 23.-
O INCLUDED for service. I I and the I i
ready pullers to run
I I of a Florida paper has been publishing fl through tests now completed OF RAILROADJust Democratic leaders of use senate
Workmen started this morning ricksha men are '
I I her stories and poems since of serum devised by
to pour the floor of the receptacle warned not to allow the promise 'I -he was\ six; and her hand-printed laughed up their sleeves at tit..*
I I little to Henry Spahlinger, Swiss scientist.
Key West Fire Department of extra pay
: which is to be finished within IIUtPUt has a decidedly professional -
naming a movement for 1 get them up beyond the air. The tests, carried out during when the committee recently statement of William B. Hodges,

formation of a Junior Fire :i the next few days when the 'speed limit," which is described I Madame Minister made her travel 1931 and 1934, under the administration .
!walls will be started. I Ii I nominated to interview treasurer of the Republican aarional
|jl the purpose of which will as a pace. book debut last year with of the Ulster ministry I
[o instruct the boys in fire- i i When the reservoir is completed -1'.I"I'.I'l rA7-"A I "Leaves of a Greenland Diary" a I Pies-dent Mendieta in Cuba will committee from 1924-28,

ting, and other activities of I I it will have a capacity of. __ __ _u -- I"Vivid, impressianistic tale written of agriculture, proved so satisfactory -
"Tie that the British press has referred leave, has not been decided but that la. did not favor his party
organization. : more than 60,000 gallons, sufficient -TRADITIONS[ MOVE I day by day as she voyaged about

There will be five different to take care of any emergency that little-known island. to the Spahlinger serum as it is expected arrangements will "fighting! merely for the return

.. units, one serving each of the different i I Its popularity brought a call: for having a possible claim to the I
branches of the department j I which may arise making it I I WITH HIGH COURT I another such! story-and another "greatest discovery in the historyof be made within a short time. to power" in 1936.

every which is made up of the chief's',: necessary to use the reserve SUPply I sea voyage on her annual leave to animal diseases." The .committee composed of I There's hardly any need for

j-quad, police unit, engine, hook this "Denmark Cara-
.d I TO NEW QUARTERS country gave
Mayor Win. II. Malone, Carl Bervaldi -
it is
It in time
Dilbt'l and ladder and hose companies.It i i The principal reason for the van" its start. For American boys I may provide him to concern himself over such
i I I! out means of completely chairman of the board of I
the is shown that in dividing the pointed a ,
construction of this reserve basin and girls of twelve to fifteen, or
7u care by. patrol in the manner stated it I is that there are times during the CHAIRS U-; BY OLD JUS- ,[ thereabouts, it is designed to cap- I eliminating tuberculosis,' county commissioners, and Enrique I I a proposition, they say for it's a

i will.give the boys an opportunityto i year, winter months especially[ TICES IN OLD CHAMBER I 1 tire the romances of.: old Danish in dairy herds with consequent Esquinaldo, Sr., was selected to go mathematical impossibility for G.

British military ex- become affiliated with the : when the wind is in a direction 'I caytles, and Danish legends even reactions on human health. :to Havana to discuss rehabilitation j I I
company that he likes be t.I I which stirs up the bottom where I| ARE REMOVED TO MODERN I older. Tried On Calve : O. P. to !gain complete control of
of the Florida East Coast Kail-
I The boys will be used in deliver the intake pipe is located ,and the j STRUCTURE Mrs. Lehman Writes TooA "The Spahlinger dead vaccine" I
j the
ting the entrance to the 1, ing messages during a fire to and water in the tanks in the aquarium i hundred srmJI sketches; by states a report of the Ulster way. government next year.

anean is, of the I from the different departments, becomes muddy. I By I1ERBERTPLUMMER lledvig Collin Danish artist will ministry, "has conferred on the It is the intention of the committee Suppose there is a complete
and in no case will they be permitted I Under these conditions spectators -! 4IIT: A.__ .... tvrm) I| help these tales introduce young vaccinated animals a very high to meet with the shipping
,400-foot rock of Gibraltar i to actually fight fires or find it almost impossible( to I WASHINGTON Oct. 23.Those .-i America to the quaint Danish degree of immunity to a lethal interests, merchants, the tourist 1 swig from the "new deal" is
its powerful artillery snugly enter burning building. The familiar with the dose of tubercle bacilli, injectedinto
'Ii' a \ see the specimens through the! long austere I church which hops a cock's step commission and all other organi- 1936 and tbe Republicans capture -
ected in rock tunnels but onside age limit for membership in the I murky water in the tanks and I dignity of the supreme court every Christmas to get away from the blood stream six months
,.ill be between 14 when the vaccination and at least zations which have interests which i tbe lh
her of the strait Spain, i Jnior Patrol fish die more quickly than they arched their eyebrows a cliff crumbling into the sea; the after an both presidency and
and 20 years, and the boys must i would under normal conditions. chairs used by the justices in the I| infant Danish kirjj of medieval equally high degree of immunityto may be augmented by the rebuilding [
) has of protection. I house of The
posts i
: representatives.
also obtain written consent from chamber in the capitol intense natural infection during -
With the supply of clear I court's aId i i times who was carried by a pet of the road.It .
Spanish Air Bates I their parents before they will be I water available at all times in the were moved to that magnificent;] monkey to the rcof of his castle; a continuing period of approximately is understood that conferences -!' Democrats still will control tli.I .

Within a few hours flying dis-,: privileged to join., reservoir, the murky condition in : pile of marble "across the hill" i Ilolger Danske, who could bend an two years." with these individuals and I.

nce from the strait are ten!I They will answer all alarms and the tanks can be cleared up within and set up in their accustomed' iron bar with his handshake; and Thirty-two calves, all reared bodies can be arranged at short' senate, can't possibly be dislodged -

panish air bases while the fortified upon arrival en the scene of the I a short time. affording a, pia..a. tat: amazing castle where 20 out of doors, were used for the notice but the conference with! before.. 1941, and manybelieve

port of Ceuta stands guard I fire, report to their respective clear view of the specimens and Net until Mr. Justice CardozaicmaikTd I maiden ladies of the nobility live tests and all but nine were vac- President Mendieta must be prearranged -

opposite "the rock" at the strait's companies. Those who are members prolonging their existence. : that the chair in which f I as guests of a quen who died 300 cinated with the Spahlingerserum. } and steps have been tak- it will be 1943 beforetheir

narrowest point. I I of the engine company will the late Justice Holmes sat for 20 years ago. en to get; an appointment fro.a
On the European side are five' go direct to the. apparatus, and J years was'! comfortable enough for t Mrs.-Owen's daut-hter, Ruth- Six months after vaccination I the palace as soon as compatible grip can be .Jo...*_ 1 loos*.

f irfielii! afc .('.....-*;&, Seville. Crania -''I remain- .thocc*while- the engine fc MORE PROPERTY I him. could hey understand. "Kitty" Owen Lehman, wife of there was injected into the animals : with the interests of the Cuban This means, unless the Democrats -

and two near' Cartagena while I working!:, and make themselves There was a time-and it hasw't;! i Robert Lehman of New York had through the jugular vein a i government. in the senate are split hope-

1 the African side there are: available to deliver any message been so long ago-when a justice I her first slender book of short lethal dose of virulent bovine i lessly, that they would have at
.Ids at Auamara and Tetuan,I i that the foreman in charge of the appeared on the bench wearing a I'I'I j stories, "As the Wind Blows," tubercle bacilli. least a veto power over legislationand
|, near Villa Alhucemas and two apparatus may have to deliver. I hright-hued tie and later mads: aj published last summer. Into her Remit Recorded REFURNISHING control the confirmationof
.r MVlilla. I Another of the main duties of formal call at the White House first tale she poignantly; put theEngland Despite protests from the ministry nominations and ratification of

pain has two naval bases near the boys will be to keep traffic PURCHASER TAKES OVER still wearing it. Wags around the I she had known as a schoolgirl of agriculture that the test QUARTERS AT treaties-two highly important

altar. one at Cadfe on the lout of the fire zone during these capital made much of it. in prose that was almost was being made too drastic prerogatives: of, that body.

tic.. and the other at Carta- activities. Chief Harry Baker. TWO LOTS AND TWO HOUSES But today a red tie in the su' -I poetry in its smoothness. Withit I Spahlinger insisted on having the I 'Political ArithmeticIn

on the Mediterranean. I' assisted! by. Charles.Olivier!, firstassistant ON THOMAS STREET preme court is nothing unusual.Formality she combined a clever twist of test dose contain 100,000,000 NAVALSTATIONiCOMMANDANT'S ; nineteen

itih Ship; Huge Supplier chief, and other officci's in dress is passing rap I plot. Altogether, it caused the I virulent living tubertle bacilli I 11)36, seats now
will give their personal The dignified black no longer held bjr Democrats and 13 by Republicans
the army Seville is a divi-. supervision idly.; critics to recall her grandfather sufficient, it was pointed out, to I will be contested.Of .
to these activities and is required. },iad! been called "silver-tongued." kill normal animal in month's
while Cadiz. RESIDENCE
I headquarters ) a a
will assist the boys in F. J. Dion representing the Still Much Formality I the 19 Democratic eats: at
every way 1 !Mrs.\ Lehman's daughter, Ruth I
ida and Cartagena are
.. headquarters. In Africa,] possible. End Holding company announces I I The justices as a rule wear dark of the thick golden hair, writes time.The official report states that NOW BEINQ PUT IN FIRST stake however 12 are from the
All desiring to join the organ- the sale of a part of square G3: clothes and there is an increasing south or border states with the
sturdy, swash-buckling stories of I
is a divisional point while] consisting of two lots and two: of "no more drastic means of infec- CLASS SHAPE FOR OCCUPANCY chances the Republicans .
ization to be at the lawyers i now against
requested [
among wild fights in the dark of lonely "
-1 Mel ilia are brigade'supply i tion could have been devised.
t t"ain's No. I Fire Station Friday nightat houses located at 623 and 625 to for I gaining any of them. Political
r :I I experience never appear castles; heroines who ride rashlynto : As a result of the injectionsthe BY VISITORS ,
7:30 o'clock.MORE 1 Thomas street. argument except in the black cut- ; the desert to be caught by statisticians figure nothing
unvaccinated calves two of
ships] The purchaser is an employe of short landslide in their favor
\ i striped trousers dark era I o'f a
at the! away ,' Mexican bandits; and the doings of which had died before the injec-
flYing daily
the l lighthouse department, Mr. is' of
vat and tall white collar. But it ;:; can justify Republican hopes
animals she has
'and ammunition PROJECTS Dion told The Citizen. I super-intelligent tion, were reported dead of acute While'no announcement, than three or
1,_._ I a matter of choice. I known. But she caa also point a tuberculosis in picking up more
generalized an understoodthat
port and has been made, it is held
bailiff, four seats in 36 now by
II \ Court functionaries -
moral to womankind, and one of
time of 43 days. The the refurbishingand I
average repairing
ARE APPROVED TURKS VOLUNTEERTO i marshal, clerk, crier and others her own favorites probably would lived. Democrats.On .
air and vaccinated animals of the
'y. I refurnishing commavdantV the Democrats
formally garbed. And } other hand
HELP ETHIOPIA always are find favor with many husbands.A "All resisted the injection of
rried out\ I' Quarters in the naval station -j of the 13seats
jthe careless visitor who hangs! hope to capture some
offruded! Moral Tale the tubercle bacilli in a simi with but pbJecf'lh'View
ation one -
very js
being.dLone I
LARGE NUMBER OF PERSONS j an overcoat over the rail of a vacant -i It concerned a "}lissis Orange"who now held by the Republicans
I (RI" tessehaSeS Preec) lar manner. During the first few : and that is to have ,
seat in front of him quickly' Only Morris of Nebraska is cpr-
i TO RECEIVE EMPLOYMENTIN ANKARA. Oct. 23.-:Many ex- 'I had "run out of hats. days there was a rapid rise in the building in readiness for; cccupaucy tain his
s hears voice in authority of not having a fight on
a "She had- fell in love with the
,I army and airforce officers, of various mutter-I temperature and occasional cough$: by visitor? from Wls in-i hands. Couzens .
ling a demand that he I of Michigan may.in
IN WPA PROGRAM the hats that
nationalities' have volun- new styles cover your ing. But by the end of the tenth
It's matter of record that atone i ton.From I the opinion of many, escape a
I a
and all that sort of junk,
tqered here in Turkey capital for j eyes; day the temperatures had returned one pource it was stated i
J time an eccentric who never: narrated. She l serious contest because of supporthe
author I
service in the Ethiopian army. | the young to normal and the ani- it j is tr be made headquarters for deal. The
-U tidal three more i! Turkish women had worn a collar or tie, almost; told of the trip of Mrs. Orange to the gave the "new
| approval A number of : j mals continued in good health and official Washington during markedmen
its was received today by; also have offered their services succeeded in pleading a case so! a millinery store where "she saw thriving condition. winter season and that practically others, however. will be

Strict office of the Florida) an! nurses. attired. He ws induced by court I a hat it had like ears on each side Relatively Cheap 'all of the furniture to be placedin I for Democratic strategists.;
j attaches to break a life-long habit I of it. She tried it on but alas, Would Take UpheavalConsider
;j.. West. constructed
Key the building will be
animal died in the
"Only one elections
for: I Io just before entering the cham- it was much too big, it covered her I the congressional -
three projects provide I vaccinated with Mr. Spah- in the furniture shop operated by of 27
group of 1938 the terms
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whole face. }Irs. Orange was I
Inploymcnt of 123 men and linger's new simplified vaccine. the WPA on the station grOUU(.*. five Re-
Democratic senators and
(n and involve a total of $53- Emergency next to heartbroken. Other details days' Just who will he on the visiting I
I It contracted 607
There time, however, pneumonia \ publicans will be at stake since:
was a : of the hat-hunt were given ( I
It was not known early after the test dose." !ist is not known but it is believed ,
receiving :3:,
absolutely their terms expire on January
wren formal attire was;I with this observation "I shouldn'tbe !
rnoon just what day the proJTcts -, is that among them will be
The vaccine used relatively
The late Chief Justice !I 1939.
: would pet under way. required. 11 surprised,jif she tried on every I cheap to produce. Large amounts Marvin McIntyre, secretary: toPresident i i strategist consider
rebuked at- Democratic *
Taft once curtly an hat in the shop. To a tea next rdTupvell
A project for operation of the| Roosevelt Dr. Rexf'
of money have been spent on ; i ill the. 27 virtually attack-
and ordered him to stand of of are
torney day "Misses Orange" wore one
'wing room is one of those ap j I er's researches and for Harry Hopkins and oth-
I\-'iele\ because he came before the several purchases!, but relentless Spahlin i proof. That being no, were theRepublieans
roved today which gives employ- court in a sack suit without a; Author Ruth described her en- ten years his formula was kept in ers. !1 to gam all the rotthey

}tent to men as well as women. | with coat displaying I I a bank as security for an overdraft I still would lack a senate ma
,:Sixty-one:; persons are included as'' vest and open trance thus: "A big sie was heard ADVISORY
workers on the project,! an expanse of expensive shirt- from all the ladies at the tea" at I jority.
possible I I
involved. fronting. this "worst looking hat" so "Mrs.: Nothing start of a great political -

and Beautification$2-1.329 are of Fort Tayloris In those days an emergency i Orange got rid of the idea of new ANNOUNCE CHANGEIN ADVISORY 930 A. M.: The upheaval jn the 1936 campaign

involving $13l14P ) wardrobe was kept on hand at the:1 hats and stuck to her own." tropical disturbance has further II followed by farther up-
another project. court. A medium-sized tail coat I diminished in intensity and i* heavals against them in 1938 and

r! and employing at peak 32 I which seemedto fit evelyong1'.':rl4'IA'I'.I'IATI : MAIL SERVICE apparently; central over the water" again in 1940 will drive the

r I menThe third coversthe I' i[ was available to any lawyer who; 'Donate Own Buttons' area between Jamaica and Cuba Democrats from their stronghold
project Cbl- little movement. side the capitol
came sartorially<< unprepared. and making on the senate of
collection and disposal of trash) lars of assorted sizes anda black English Vicar Pleads Squally conditions continue around I' before January 3, 1941.
ano garbage and providesfor ) : ; I the
the end of Cuba and in
i! vie or two made up the equipment
employment of 30 men. involvinga HIGH -towed in a closet in the clerk's I (Rr %>',M-laf.. Press) PUBLIC OF TIME i Windward Passage and over waters -i TESTS CHARCOAL TO
totai' of 16147. S I I BERMONDSEY England. north of Jamaica but the
: office.
C COURAGE t The coat a "garment antique Oct. 23 -Buttons highest winds reported were i
ir.servatoiis WILLWRITTEN ON : and rusty" with braided edges sabbatical collection plate. 35 miles per hour. Future movement -

WALLPAPER UPHELD : I and an impressive flare below the the world-wide bane of clergy is uncertain but caution advised I (fly AiuMKtatvd Pr.-.)

I waistline figured in many an imposing men, have wrtfig this heart- Postmaster Sam Harris an- smaller vessels throughout t TOKYO, Oct. 23.-The Japan-

!i a new romance by I argument before that cry from the Rev. G. R. B I- nounces changes:: in mail service this area. cad army, always seeking to lessen
Sn, t.eisted Pr.s) and austere tribunal It I It I leine, vicar o( St. James parish dispatches via Port Tampa, as follows I dependence on foreign i -chiefly
iASioW.;) ; Oct. 23.-A williriM Jeanne Bowman, grave here: American and British-!source?
was worn by a lawyer who I I :
U-<| <>n a piece of wallpaperha i! and famous.,, "Worshippers who are kind Instead of. mails leaving Mondays ''of oil and gasoline, is assisting
later became wealthy
-- hen held legal on the petition i STARTING FRIDAY OCT. 25 automobile driven
I enough to contribute buttonsto and at 6:30 they I inventor of an
The Thursdays
I But its day has passed."
.f American. Mrs.I :MarjraretWallace. $
< an
00 N'orth Maine Street. -IN- i last heard of the coat was that it I the collection are requested will in future leave Tuesdays and ca9vam'sa by charcoal gases.
owns-sod of model capable of
their Tests
to bring at o'clock. k
f dark-hued Fridays 5:30 I
sheriff draped th< form of a 4w
Mass. in Arbroath -
Andover ,
CITIZEN not pull them off the has running 140 miles .n 66 pound
THE All mail matter this
court. II' citizen of Washington wheneverhe going by WHISKIES AND GINS to
of charcoal were reported
route must be in the
1921. I appeared on ceremonial oc postoffice
Thl'Ill., made July 17, !
I' early tuceec
_ I was produced in courtl 'f'I'.4T.I'.I'.4TI.4T casions. ". ,1".1' before 5 o'clock on sailing dates. promise '




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Published luUly Except Sunday By On several occasions the New Deal
TUB riTir.r:1 I'l'RI.l!tIEG co, INC.: I Annl
I. P. ARTMAX.: IT*.:.... has admitted failure in its efforts to reduce I II
Happening Here Just 10 Yean

.JOB ALLEA..ist..t From: The Citizen Bulges Building. Manager unemployment figures. In the first; i instance Ao Today A* Taken FromThe }'I J Iiigheet ................._........_.... ... *5 I ,

Corner Greene and Ann Street Relief Administrator Hopkins an- Files Of The Citizen 1! Lowest ......-. -. ..... ..... ...' ...77 tropical 1 disturbance has

Mean ... .... ....... ... .... 81 I j reee.led southward, Icing c>'rtraI'!
Only Daily Newspaper County.In Key wet and Monroe nounced early in the year that he would Mayor Frank Ladd is callingfor Normal Mean .-...-.. .... -...... .78 this nornnig over the water area

take a census of the unemployed. It has volunteers to attend the meeting Xa5nf.ll between Jamaica and Cuba It has
Entered at Key West F'or Ida, a-second clan matter of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways !:
-- -- --- ---' never been taken, and because it would I YesterJay's Precipitation T. Ins. diminished: in intensity, but ?>4ual
Association to be held in' ,
.'IP'T"-lIXTJI'lEAR :Normal Precipitation .... .!:! Ins. ,
probably Miami November 13 to 26. Those ly conditions continue around i the
the Axwiate Press i prove embarrassing politically, it 1 hi. rrr..r* rearm* ::'-.r pr""4
Mnahrr f
who volunteer will be designatedas Mtrilmt mt H .VlfM-k. IblK _ri.l c. eastern end of Cuba in the Windward -
the Associated press jselusive aches entitled credited to n tot e is doubtful If it, ever is taken. Secondly I representatives of WestThis Tomorrows Almanac .
for rtSah ieatUka; of all news dip Key ; Past-age, and ovei the waters
;the ir local not news otherwise published re I for the people of Key West to pre- I Sun sets ...... ..-.....- .. 5:53 p. m.m.. I M I
A ,
high iyIcreated
NATIONAL. CtilCRIAL) efforts to put men to work had sent to this association of international y1rRAFF M.o* rises .... ...... --- 4rf..t a. m. i I strong pressure area
Lu\ ASSOCIATION moved more slowly than he had hoped. infuence, the facilities of rl Moon sets ................. 4:48 p. n-. i this morning over the far I
1.1 YLP.nt.iJ1A.. 19.3 5 the wonderful harbor of Key Tomorrow Tide | West, Denver. Col., ann NcrlrJ
I Finally during his trip through the West, West. Its proximity to the West Platte, Neb., 30.72 inches ann.
-- < A AJt. P.11.high
svnsiunTio.N' RATE
tsna Tear _._.._.-:... _...-...-..-_--._..._.-._.. __!10.00<) the President said that it was now the task Indies, Central and South America .. ......... ... 8:9-1 7:55 pressure; is moderately high ore
Six Month!* ..................... .............. ..........--.-- .10 is bound to make this port of / the south Atlantic States, Hat
>.. of industry to absorb unemployed workers. '"' Low .... ..-.'. ._... 1:38 1:ll
{Tore Months: first
ene Month ......_ .1$ class importance to transportation szo / Barometer 8 a. m. today j texas N. C.. and Charleston: S j
Weekly ... ........... ._ ...._... .%0 Respectfully, and in a spirit of cooperation -I and shipping interests. i ri Sea level. 29.95. C-, 34.22 inches. Rains and thunfj :
ADVERTISING RATES Clinton L. Bardo, president of } I Ii l j derstorms have occurred duri:r:
Made known on application. the National Association of The Thompson Realty company i It WEATMEK FORECAST the last 24 hours from Text!
SPECIAL NOTICEAll announces sales of many lots in i northeastward over the Ohio Vaj
readingnotices, cards of thanks, resolution of points out that industry lias l\lanufacturers'l the Palma Sola subdivision duringthe t fey, and were heavy in a numb
rerpect. obituary notices, etc. will'be charged for at that this was its task, and has driven ahead past three of four days. In the (TIH: 8p. m.. Thursday) of localities, Memphis, Tenn. rf
the of 10 cents a line. I i
Notices for entertainments by chnrches from Which I toward that goal in spite of legislative list of purchasers are included Key West and l Vicinity: Partly porting 6.40 inches Colder wt
a revenue Is to bt'I' derived are S cuts a Un'. I many outside buyers. Paul L. i f- ; cloudy tonight: and Thursday,," 'thtr has overspread the cent
The ."itlxm lit an open forum aid invite 3lcus- handicaps. lie showed that positive
Keyes. brother Mrs. FrederirkLi. southward
.lon of public Issues and subjects of local or general II off ) I I Plains States and
Interest but It will not publish anOft7mus communl- ress had been made by revealing that a' Benton, Mrs. Benton, and M/, //LU. $ ZI\ : Texas, with freezing in the

rat for A. preliminary survey of association members I others have purchased lots in : / :) I -'t'1W-.... handle.
prices ranging from $2,000 to \ i G S. KKNNIj
indicated an increase of four per cent in 1 ..1, tttPjJ : -
4500. Branch offices of the Pal- .ka Officer in <1
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST employment between the date that the ma Sola company have been established )' \ \ n

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Supreme Court outlawed the NRA in May in New Jersey and New I f ,fI 1;/ i I 't Chaliapin, the Russian]
York. Ii II (;.-._ ; singer, was a porter, shoenljhunter
and the'end of August. i .. I t I at''
.,. tl .t.' (f.? and street sweeper
1. Water and Sewerage. "American industry is affordingmore Phillip Pomeroy of the Pomeroy I, E?' .. t l- iMostly .l1,'{ OWl times in his youth.

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main employment daily and is ready company of Miami sent a messenger -.: Daniel in the lion's den had i' 7 .I j\: ,/, James Chalmers the Scottisl
Harold Oramer to the tank
and anxious to take the full Showers
land. up em- yesterday with a deposit of $14- nothing on the Jay Walker. Cloudy missionary to New Guinea, was
3. Free Port ployment slack in this country," Mr. 000 which he failed to deposit 'i; The Jay Walker is effrontery possibly occasional shower; ? moderate killed by cannibals at Goaribari
Bardo said. "Only through increasedactivity The messenger has disappearedand personified as he saunters into ( to fresh east and n rheat island i in 1901. 27. 1
4. Hotels and Aparrmer :A. I police authorities believe that the face of all care. winds. I I I .
and of -- --- -- --
more I I ,
5. Bathing Pavilion. he headed for Key West when Jay Walkers occupy half Ihf Florida: : Partly cloudy tonight
workers can industry prosper with a leaving Miami. ltny information:coffins reserved for those killed .ind Thursday possibly: showers I h. .
6. Airports-Land ai.u iev return of economic stability. No groupis leading to his whereabouts and ;in traffic By crossing in the mid near east coast and in extreme j Ij

7. Consolidation of County and City more desirous of attaining this goal. capture will be liberally re- die of the block, they often walk: south portion; cooler in north por- '
Governments. warded. to their own grsvcs.Today's tion Thursday night. I
To this end we have urged that re- Jacksonville! to Florida Strait:
..........e............. CONSULT YOUR BANK]
employment be the fundamental objective Mrs. Martin Vegue accompaniedby :Moderate to fresh east am! north-

Success that is permanent comes slowly of our war on depression, and her' daughters Miss Louise Horoscope f-syt hinds; weather partly overcast -
Vegue and Mrs. Roberts tonight and Thursday withwidely
if at all. that any legislative obstacles which have returned to Whitney Miami. They, ............o.c o. .... t scattered' 1 showers. ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS

may delay the return of the un- I came here to attend the funeral Something: of yesterday's tendency -r East Gulf: Moderate northeast/
employed to jobs be eliminated." services Sunday of Mrs. Vegue's will prevail in the early I winds becoming: fresh nor'herlv: "
The loud-mouthed booster is not the I
mother. Mrs. Drncilla Pinder. Mrs. hours of the day. but as the nex- r over extreme' north portion: Breather
best asset a town can have. Unemployment is obviously the prob- Vegue was before marriage, Miss degree! advances\, the nature will partly overcast tonight and
lem of the business man, and because the Annie Pinder of Key West. The become mono careless and even Thuj-day. I

business man must think constantly aboutits family have been living in Miami imprndent. Born late in the day .
The First National Bank ot West
People who live in small towns, like solution, it is not surprising to find that for a number of years. I the character may become argumentative KEY WESTCOLONIAL Key
Key West ought to appreciate the fact. : or even violent and
industry has succeeded where governmenthas Miss Elizabeth Whalton, daughter the dangers incident are fanatic- HOTELIn

failed. However, it is no more un- of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph! Whal ism or indifferent to the resultsof Member of the Federal Reserve
Some take tonic for that down action. the Center of the Business i
a reasonable to buckle galoshes on a runner's ton, was signally honored recentlyat
but need stretcher. Florida State College for Women .- and Theater District
feeling pedestrians a
feet and ask him to break a track : where she is a senior in the Lake Nicaragua in Central

record, than it is to saddle industry with department of science and home Afaerica is the largest lake southof First Class-Fireproof- ; Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance fI
Press dispatches state that to Mussolini punitive laws and ask it to brake un economics. She was selected one the Great Lakes, and north of Sensible Rates t I .
Ethiopian lions will be shipped. 'of four from a class! of 200 I Lake Titicaca in Peru and Dolivia. : CorporationHOUSEHOLD
some employment. for active membership in the{ COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i
11 Duce wants only one-the lion of Judah.It Omicron Nu fraternity of the col-,I i
Carafe Elevator
ATTACK AND DEFENSE IN THE AIR lege. I A fine variety of ostrich is com-
is much more difficult to publish a mon in Ethiopia. Popular Pric. .j
IJr. McDonald Moore, 57, retired
newspaper in a small town than in a large As a believer in the "air age" whichis physician of Fredonia JC. Y.,!to accept the bill in its original .. ..

city. The statement is obvious, but never coming fast enough we are not quite as was found dead last night in the I form. The compensation of the I II H--------- ---.r -
theless worthwhile mentioning. home of his brother and sister in trustees to be fixed at $3,000 per
enthusiastic as some more brilliant writers
law. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Moore at annum with a stipulation as to
who glibly predict that a half dozen air- 925 Whitehead street. Dr. Moore. when payment will start and end'I

Articles on the doings in golfdom so planes can sink any battleship afloat.In has apparently been in perfect. and that each will be placed under
health and came to Key West to bond of $20,000. A resolution was
much enjoyed by local golfers are written fact, we know that anti-aircraft defense I
spend the winter. A coroner's jury adopted that city councilmen! received -
by Gravy. Cut that is an assumed name: has made considerable progress and was empanelled by Justice of The; $8 a meeting and not more I

his real name is Grevy-a Frenchman, at that sinking battleships with bombs is Peace Rogelio Gomez. It returneda than 100 meetings to be held an-{ GOODS5
least the born. verdict of heart failure.A nually.
to manner much more serious business than raining i _

leaden hail among troops marching along large number of citizens, in- The Monroe High School foot-
Heywood Broun, the columnist pay the ground in Ethiopia or Manchuria.The cluding many taxpayers assembledin ball team left this morning on the

a high tribute to Ernest Hemingway, internationally other day the Army Ordnance as- the court house last night to Coast Guard Cutter Saukee for I i OF QUALITY
discuss the water district bill Tampa where they will play
known Key West citizen, sociation witnessed something of a demon- which is to be introduced at the several games. They will on Satur-I .

when he says that Hemingway's "A Farewell stration along this line. They saw attack special session of the legislature day meet the St. Petersburg team!i iI I
which has been called by Governor and later play another team from
to Arms, is the finest of American and bombardment planes drop huge bombs iI
John Martin. It was decided Tampa.
novels. and lay down a smoke screen to prevent I ., I A Cordial Invitation Is Extended To House'' -
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anti-aircraft gunners from sighting the air I
If the candidates for office are not I I Our Store And Look Over The Assortin,- -
raiders.Why i
active they must not expect their supporters was the smoke screen necessary? j HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There

to be. The Artman Press reports The arswer is that the spectators also witnessed -

there are placards and cards printed and an anti-aircraft regiment fire ...Wfco am I? i

paid for lyirjr on its counters for many twenty-five shots a minute at a target i

days, awaiting claimants.We towed by a plane, 9,000 feet above the? : ; :"" Only yesterday Ansel I KITCHEN WARE ti
Kellogg could have Y.-
"each shell an-
----- --- ground. One newspaper says I
nominate Key West for the capi- exploded within a few feet of the tar- ; swered the girl now pleadIng !
hysterically before
tal of the new state of South Florida. It get." a -t i him could have said: I MOPS AND BROOMS! GA

wouldn't be so easy for lobbyists to get Arother observer writes that new "Why, Anne, you're

there Or maybe Loggerhead Key, one anti-aircraft guns fire twelve-pound shells I -,: E Luke Farnsworth's daughter. -

of the Dry Tortugas, would be even better. with new devices and improvements that yours. His after big he's fisheries gone.will" be CLOTHES BASKETS' GAR ,

They'd get seasick going there; there tremendously increase accuracy.: They i -

wouldn't be room for many at the capital; banged away at the red sleeve target, tow- ic

the legislators wouldn't care to prolong ed at a safety margin of hundreds of )yards :: ? IRONING BOARD 'F .Y ..V_

their stay there ; the name is appropriateP. by a swiftly-flying airplane. "They rid ; ,. .
Y5f t'
.- E. B. in Tampa Tribune. dled the sleeve and also exploded their X eV
charges over and under it at will." 4 S CYPRESS

West?'. asks the i n.1 r..aMrdM.
"Why: pick on Key
Tampa Tribune in discussing the "dis- ABOUT PERFECT CHILDREN Today, after the readingof ALL KINDS OF DISHES AND G

c"-ry" by Governor Sholtz that bolita Luk 's inexplicable will ,i- t > r

game! ; flourish there, .\, d his subsequent Parents all over the world are inter- he could only say: 1

dismissal of a Key: West constable. "Tam ested in perfect children. Many\ of them day."We'll find out some Dinner Sets, $1.00 and Upi

pans are wondering if the governor knows have the idea that they have achieved the

that bolita and other forms of gamblingare impossible, and that their own childrenare
A tease moment in
openly played in Tampa, under much if not entirely, almost perfect. .

the same conditions though on a larger Of course, that's foolishness, in the t

scale than he discovered in Key West," eyes of other people. It is absurd to other HIGH COURAGEa j

say the Tribure. We hold our breath parents, whose fond eyes minimize the'de =

awaiting the "discovery" by the governorany fects in their own offspring. new romance by Jeanne Bowman i South 'i florida Contracting & Engine :T -

day now that the slot machines be Let's not center too much attention

"bai.ished" by executive threat a year ago upon perfect children. The big idea is to Starting Friday, October 25 Phone 593 White and

have mysteriously reappeared in almost see that every child gets an average I
"Your home is worthy of the best"PAGE
the Miami thnce. This is a problem that requires attention
every county of state.- Daily In The Citizen -

Hews. 1 in Key West. .

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"Quite." Her ears attuned to the I j MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

floor above had heard Emily leave ( JOVE) Leave Key West for Havana Mbndays and Thursdays.
her room and begin to descend the There will be a meeting at the
y Into stairs. park tomorrow night. The Rec-I' lave Key West' for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and

ck on From his position near the archway i ration Department 15 calling this I Fridays.
waswn DavId saw her first and recog I II schedule
"i"-sion to shape up a new Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M.
nlzed her Instantly. He whirled on )!
I --- --- -- -- -- of games for the Senior
Judith his voice a shaken, angry I ....................... League.All Sale of ticket for Havana will stop at 8OO A. M.
71 whisper."If EMBALMERSVON\ 1 i .1 TIE GAME PLAYED i managers/ who wish to For further information caD Phone 71
this Is -our Idea of a Joke It's Doings Around The en-I
damned poor taste!" I ter a club in this league are J. H. COSTAR, AleDt.I .

whispered Judith's heart back: was"It's singing.not a Joke She THIRD GAME OF j Golf LinksBy I i IN SOCIAL LEAGUE': bring vited to a list attend of their the meeting player and'I -- ------- .. -

I yon Idiot! Do you think she'd be i Clem Price will outline; the new
here If everything weren't all right?" SOFTBALL SERIES I I I ---- *| set-up. I r.4rl'I"I'I'I'I'IIII.I.'iI
( GRAVY) BEACONS TENS will be called at
..... ................... AND PARK The meeting I
HERE was no time for more j ---:- i 8 o'clock sharp at the band stand.Today's .
Emily was coming In and David Thursday afternoon will bring ENDED CONTEST;:: WITH I I II I
| I r
}lad crossed the room to meet her. SCO$S ENDED 7 TO 3; EMBALMERS I ....................... I "Make Your Paper Pay
R j I together two new golf teams. One SCOR;? AT 9-ALL .1
David took her hands and smiled I SCORED ENOUGHI I I Ir
will be named "Pullers" and Birthdays
[down cap- ,
at her "If this Isn't a perfect i|, I I
RUNS IN FIRST THREE INNINGS tained by Doc William Prescott I ....................... '
(By JOVE) I .1! You Dividends!
The other will
Kemp. team
TO WIN CONTESTBy 1 t r The Lighthouse diamondball Milburn L. Wilson of Mont.. I III
under the leadership of Charles I I Assistant -Secretary of
ten and the Bayview Park outfit AgriCUI-1
Salas and have the moniker of J]I ture born at Atlantic, s
pli.ycd a tie game yesterday a ternoon. -
1 JOVE "Climbers." here the!I 'cars ago.
( ) i So are J !( I I
The Lopez Funeral Home ten j i| pairings: and if you don't like I| The contest was called at j Money Saving PricesWatch

won the third game of the series'> same then call up your captain I I Ij I the end of the sixth inning on account !!: Dr. John Ste' art Bryan president -

between that team and the Busy j j and tell him about it. The first of darkness. The score i: of the College" of William I III

Bee Bakers last night at Bayview i i i named are Pullers and the latter i ji j'I then stood 9-9. I II and :Mary Richmond. Va., news- ] S
Park by the score of 7 to 3. The i i i i are Climbers: j' paper publisher torn in Virginia. I Ii S THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers
I I I The Park boys scored one run
series was won by the Bakers I!j! Strrnk-Doc Kemp vs. Spotts-| i 64 years ago. I II
I in the second inning and three in 1 closely special savings on your S
1 two games to one. | wood-Melvin Russell. :Ii I I I
\ !
The Embalmers scored two runs i i i Lopez-Taylor vs. Goldsmith- i j i the third. The Beacon crew came Maury Maverick of San An- household necessities. Make your paper pay you

in the first on a single, a walk, a :'! Ike Russell back; and scored five runs in the I i I tonio. representing the 20th Texas dividends. The most interesting news i i. the

wild pitch and a sacrifice hit,I I Price-Stowers vs. .Watkins- I j| third frame to go into the lead, i iI district in Congress, born at'I paper today is the advertising where you an
coupled with an error. Kerr. I but the Park outfit put over five ),: San Antonio, 40 years ago.
In the third frame they put_', Plummer-Sands vs. Salas- I tallies in the fifth canto to go i |1 save many dollars on the family budget by
over three tallies on three singles, i j Cruickshank. i ahead by four runs. ,j> Dr. William D. Coolidge, director -I patronizing those merchants who advertise their S

a walk a sacrifice and one error J i I Sam Harris-Sawyer vs. :Mesa- ,j|I The Lighthouse ten put on !, of General Electric' Research j goods. 'S
In the eighth inning they scored :i Malone. !! steam: and gas and scored four in :'1 Laboratory. Schenectady, N. Y.,!

ne"Did | two more runs, with two outs abase 1 j I Ketchum-Kirchheiner vs. Pierce- j'j their half of the fifth and thecore ,' born at Hudson, Mass.. 62 years:

on balls, two singles and a ; Bervaldi. j! was knotted. I[: ago. S THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST

That wild pitch. 'I 'i Leading hitters were: Billy De- OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S -
was The Bakers started their scor- I The usual dinner will be held j I meritt. who hit a home run and a Dr! Gilbert N. Lewis of the ::

ing in the second frame, when a Friday evening and the place will i j pair of singles in three times at Univ. of California noted chemist -i PURSE.
Riet, "Thank I' .
tF -/ walk. a fielder's choice and an be told you later. : bat; Arias, with a homer and a born at Weymouth, Mass.. 60 {
: error by Carbonell gave them one triple in three chances. Elwood ,
(I! years agoDr. i A merchant who advertises his prices
rrrl A bob-tailed meeting of the I and Mathews hit tro safely in : (
Fed going home. i run.In the fifth inning, a walk, a Greens Committee was held at three tries. i I i' charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a .,
at her in consterna- I I Robert Chambers of Xew I :
Fe doing nothing of the sacrifice and a single; gave them I I the home of Eddie Strunk Monday In the field Parks and Pelh York Univ.. noted biologist born non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
another and their last evening.. A number of suggestion and B. i I
'do think all this tally run ; -ier: for the Beacon boys, j
you was I I I 'I 54 this difference?
ago. Why big
dllon't?" was scored in the eighth; frame, I i j I and improvements were put for- i Lowe. Arias and J. Walker for the I j I years _

you see" she spread when Acevedo and Ward doubled :!!busi-ness, : Park ten were outstanding I II !
Fads In a hopeless little ges- I in succession. I i i i !;!; i Score by innings: E H. E. I I Earl Chapin May of Conn., author -
born at Rochelle, Ill., 62 By patronizing the merchants who present
-that being here now would At bat the leaders were: Ward i j j complaints or suggestions please i Dayview Park 013 050--9 9 41 r "
Nothing on earth but throwing I with a single and two doubles in i ii i|.I make them to a member of the ", Lighthouse .. 005 04&-9 10 71',i years ago. their prices frankly and openly each week you
'"elf at him." i three times up; Castro, a triple and committee and they will be taken I Batteries: Rosam and Russell: ; i: help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT
[It wouldn't." Judith's voice was I I two singles in four times up; I.I.I 'I Roberts and F. StieJr.MY. Pdiicier. ;:.' Prof. Edgar J. Good.-peed of Ii OF KEY WEST.
pgh with conviction. "David knows i Cates a walk a sacrifice and two I II outs and one assist Acevedo two I the Univ. of Chicago noted New f

\\I too well even now, ever to I singles in four times up; Cates, a : out and three assists Gabriel had care of at once. But certainly ;;; Testament scholar born at Quincy -

Ink that. And If you think that r walk, a sacrifice and two singlesin five outs and three assists. j II you cannot expect the course; to''|' I1L, 64 years ago. Make dividends.
Ivld would marry anybody on official times Score R II. E. i your paper pay you
two up. by innings: be; transformed overnight into one I'
rth from a sense of duty you're In the field. Baker had five assists Bakers .. 010 010 010-3 8 2 ': like Pinehnrst or Oakmont. But Lake Charapkunwhich. lies be-II

wet He's too mach, of a Carrollr Cates three outs and four Lopez ._u 203 000 02x-7 9 3i i!: the committee does feel that you 'I tween ? ew York and Vermont is \nf" .I" I'' '.I I'.I'
that: they don't know the mean- I
ling of the word. Now will you stay fr assists, and McCarthy three outs. Batteries: Ward and Gabriel;!{'nay expect: a great deal of im-. about 125: miles long and covers
For the Bakers, Sweeting had four C. Gates and Ingraham. j Jprovemcnt I ;SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN
[here and take your chances, or will in the near future. ,.an area of about 600 square miles. ; -20c WEEKLY

you run like a scared rabbit?" __________ _
Emily's eyes were on the coverlet ,-- -- ---

TH stay '/ .
Judith flung both arms about her
'ecLI knew you would! Now
[irry and get dressed; we've got I 7 #
Jugs to do.ERCIFULLY." I'

[ the plane was on s

time or Judith would have I
liralized the entire airport. Shed ,
T> past a uniformed official. I
(latched by a greasy mechanica .
horrible death in the pro- i. -.r 1

and flung herself upon the
David took her hands and smiled.
Jaale passenger who descended
11& Instinctively that David climax to a perfect homecoming."

'3 i the first man to alight. Cut his voice, Judith noted, was gay
car David: found the ton- and not shaken: was friendly without
and switched it on. "I being intimate. She held her
id look at you.:' he ex- breath, praying that Emily wouldn't

"Ie car move:! away. I betray herself. I .
n< 'na :ands an Emily did not. Her smile was as
still smiling a little gas as David's,and her voice as carefully
other Judith I, controlled. "1 thought 1 was I

beyond being surprised by the Car

9 or some- roll's, but I'm not David, it's wonderful ,
.: n.
aged ceryavely to see you'!
'If I tried to say how good It Is ;'f'I.ff bn ...

to see you-' rd be guilty\. *of' understatement -!. f :- "

r She laughed quietly and crossed
he room to the others. To cover
1 pause Judith said quickly:
aF, 'by can't we !have our cocktails: '
Then David and .. "..i-.iI
go up .
.... '
fl a..l s.
himself afterwards if he '

i grinned "1 think I can bear
handed a glass to Emily
F Judith le-entered the room,
to her Then he lifted his
Judith bad done six weeksJr

Auld !Lang Syne. Over the
of his glass his eyes sought
rily's (or a second then passed
kly >i ,' th" others
And r'_ > vnrs ahead Judith
:d qu: iv
[They drank_ almost solemnly,and
.Jrtd( a! a ash shattered the still-
[C3S.: Judith. had :Sang her glass
(::, Inst the hearth
David startled and unnerved

i:;bed "Ouhb1y."The same old
'rnhardt he teased her.
"I'm not she defended herself
Jtly 'I5nt that's the sort of toast
|at requires a broken glass."

t __\t IMS by liana Sina)
EmIly tomorrow, blushes before

can'zed in London to save lid -

f c: ms from starvation. for Mildness

; _
'4l-President".; "Wilson in re-

.\ ,into German note states,
C .we cannot trust (present

ed Imperial Government of Germans :", for Better Taster
) end must demand sur _
render.** .3 ..
ownersutxtrem 1929-New York Stock Market S
c '
< smashed do *n five billion r l'S
f C ana it a. .
dollars in tellingavalanche. -
'mp'ror.mtrd .
States I 1934-Catholic priests in Mexico -
i<< ordered to leave country in I
193S. LiccnrftHnu ,
Pe-ican Commission 172 L hours.: __




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:-: :-: PORTFRUIT I II.5.55.................... TOle
................................................. Alex C. JenLs keeper of Carys- I P. Artman. ) you do act receive your l'P r
of the
I fort lighthouse who I I I owner paper by 6:15 clock i. the

Pastors And Their Costume Ball AtHabanaMadrid VESSEL LEFT PHILADELPHIA his quarterly vacation was spending in Key' ELECTION, NOVEMBER Ocean County Leader has returned afternoon call telephone 51 Mali

) I West with his 12, 1935 : to Key West Honda, and a paper will, be tent to
at the
Wives EntertainedAt I TUESDAY family home ........................ ; yobr home. A complaint boy
on Pine l street left this week for after a visit to Point PleasantMr.

the close of the union serve One of the biggest events of MORNING his station. For MayorDR. | Artman and his son, NorI -! i u on duty at this office from
6:15 to 7:15 for the
ices at the Baptist Church last' the week will take place Saturday H. C. CALEY I I I' man, spent a month here this of delivering p. m. cornplai.ts. *

night the pastors and their wives' night at Habana-JFadnd Club 1- Mrs.ViIliam R. Porter will 1 summer and both were impressed! purpose. 100
,Steamship Ceiba of the: Stand- with the town. Mr. Artman Help us give you
were entertained by Rev. and,, which is sponsoring a Grand on the Florida tonight i for For Mayor i I was' percent service" 'by caling 51
Mrs. James S. Day at the pas- lowe'en Costume Ball startin Hal-I ard. Fruit and Steamship company route WM. H. MALONEFor especially interested in the
I, en to Birmingham',: if you do not receive The Citi
1 I' o'clock. left I ways inasmuch as the inland
tormm. I10 Philadelphia Pa., Tucfrt Ala., where shc.will visit with her Reelection zen.
Light refreshments were served;, Hundreds of invitations han day morning for Key West for sister, Mrs. W. S. Webster.IN waterway system leading

and an hour of social fellowship. been issued and many res stores and fuel oiL I For Councilman .| Manasquan river inlet is in direct 'r

was greatly enjoyed. j I|tions have already been made rva-I After taking these supplies at MEMORIAM DR. ARMANDO COBO line connecting Key West. His I
Those present were Rev. and;', the affair. A local orchestra the Porter Dock company the ves son, Norman is attending Peirce
'I ----- I .... .....
Mrs. E. K. Evans, Rev. and Mrs.j!I I be on hand to play a snappy dance!' sell! will sail for Frontera Mexico The waves dashed; high on the For Councilman 'Business! College in Philadelphia., 555..5 .5.
J. C. Gekeler Rev and Mrs M L.'4 I program of late dance music. j for a cargo of fruit. Honda Keys CLIFFORD G. HICKS Hr Artman who also owns The

Smith Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Rev.I,, Two grand prices will be I I Steamship Ozark from New I I'I One dark and stormy night r !t' Keyest Citizen a daily FOR

Shuler Peele Dr. A. deBamtt, awarded to a man and woman for!I Orleans, en route to Miami ard I While Death rode there with For Councilman paper, said that during the recent .t-
and the best costumes. Jacksonville is due in I storm that did great dama in1
Rev. W. S. Koons Captain port Friday and old I II
Colorado of the line I young MARCOS A. MESA, SR. Florida Key West escaped withno
Walker. night. same I And I
struck with all
!I, T. E. L. ClassEntertained I is due from New York Sunday. For CouncilmanJIM damage *t all. Key West is

Dance It took the lives of those we somewhat affected, however, due -4 i I
Arrange !\I Subscribe to The Citizen. loved ROBERTSFor to the fact that miles of,railwaywere t

At Cuban Club \J: ____ r rI I I Of all within its path washed out eighty miles .

I| The T. E. L. Class of the Baptist ..j It tore their homes and shelter I Police Justice above Key WestBumsteadsWorrSyrup

Cuban Club's Big Hallowe'en Church of which Mrs. Harvey "CLASSTFi'EDCOLUMN : down- T.S.CAROFor I ;"
dance is scheduled 1 for Thursday' Eairan is teacher was delightfully I. Left a tragic aftermath. I 1 u. r i I'

October 31 from 9 till ?. This entertained at the home of Mrs. 'i Chief of Police
affair an annual event of the Wesley! Archer yesterday afternoon Where once a thriving village t
is ,
.. "
-r. --I
.j i MYRTLAND CATES rhndrm seer ar arer.r! ""
club and is always attended by a stood siri.oo anr.......... 'T t. II IIa
I .55.5. ..5.5. S.5ee..Se And laughing children played, F"II- nraoie w.rrhr and 1
large crowd. I Light refreshments were !served) For Captain of Police r.ss.5 SANTONIN'. It *.<.._ fill dma !
Now all is desolation btomi t>i tv .wars' jMj sold e.-y.beq
Band will and social matters of interest WANTED
Del Woods' Dance /o I k kr _u. 6e bvttle.Bit. e /1
furnish a program of dance music the class were discussed along I Ruin and decay. ALBERTO C. A ,-__ M. 7.. Yhasdeipbia

for the affair and will be with plans for increased' activity ,WANTED to buy. reven-rim
prizes Dark was the night, swift the For Captain of Police .
the winter.Hallowe'en I 1 house with modern conveniences 'Jark..rlffe' I.eadl.g 11..1"
awarded. j during coming --
I !, $30 down $30 month.I
i a Thai swept from'shore to "Bobb,." THE SEMINOLE
Melody HourThursday I I CarnivalAt I Permanent resident. Reply shore
I ;
Box R, The Citizen office. ILit
Night i Bay view ParkA oct21-3t I' To bear away on.the"'" Great White I HALLOWE'ENCARNIVAL ii y ... ",

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Tomorrow night at 8 o'dockl Hallowe'en Carnival .under : FOR RENT I r _

the twelfth Key West Melody I the auspices of the Second Grades ; Swept from the arms of Mother I 1 : ;:::::1

Hour will be presented in the I 1'of' the Division Street School will) NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT dear, Park 1 j'i.. ..... .
at Bayview .
Tuesday i
Colonial HoteL j I Ibe,I held on the tennis courts at with garage. Apply 827 I From all who loved him best )J. !;; "

The presentation will be in the Bayview Park on Tuesday Octo-I Duval street. octlO!) ,His soul took flight that stormy BINGO 2c 1 1I --oU" :'5!

nature of a recital within the concert ber 29: from 7 till 10 o'clock. night oo ---ooOO -
with selections from some of There will be free attractionsI TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN-I AVid found eternal rest. I RINGTOSS 2c f fI
ISHED APARTMENT. Conveniences CANDY moo_ lc ... ..... I
;i i and (' *.111. FloridaCIHS.
the most famous operas. I, plenty of fun for all who at-
Miss-Cleo Kemp will be pre- tend. No admission will be porches. 519 Eliza An angel clothed in spotless'!'I I LEMONADE _.Ic B. f.RISF.R. M saaee ......... ::
South- I s WITCH'S POT __ 5c 1. '<'
beth street. Apply 523 white A human, home-like Institution .
sented as guest piano soloist.Hallowe'en ![I charged. Bingo ringtoss and I where you will find 7.." I.dlridualr..f.rt
various other games will be play ard street.! oct14 Stood waiting up on high I ... ..rt.I.e.t a mat.
And to God's welcomed] Auspices Division Street School .
Kingdom ter of great importance.o
Ball ed and there will be lots of cake
candy and pink lemonade.The .
At Raul's Club public is invited to costume Beyond the starry sky. I A ....1 fireproof .......1.. lra'ela Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307
l PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed \\\\U.III the heart .! the ears
and take part in the festivities as head street. In exclusive Beautifulof
cards, 125. The Artman i His sunny smile no more we see, neighborhood.
Raul's Club on the boulevardwill I there will be a prize given for thei I I No more his voice we hear JW SPEND W I
I Press. njt7: ; I Every Room with Combination Tubs; the sea and overlooking Coral Park
sponsor a big Hallowe'en Ball I i i most comical costume and another Only a sweet remembrance left and Shower Rath. RadIo. klectrlc
for the most attractive However YOUR t.'eillnaran.. Slat Door for Summer For price and terms apply to
at the clubhouse Saturday night:j one. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.I Of one who was so dear. | Comfortable Beds with I
it will not be I Ventilation
necessary to The Artman Press. Aug7 Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction
October 26. A splendid II 1 I
proramfor i costume to have a good time, the I 1n memory of baby Frank Harvey WV/tCATIDt !I i and Individual Read-
the floor show is being arranged -I'(sponsors state. PRINTING-Quality Printing at I I Lowe who wa lost in the lag Lamps. I L. P. ARTMAN,

/ by Del Woods. 1 I the Lowest Prices. The Airman I I great tidal wave which struck the ; THIS YEAR IN : RATES *

Gerald Pinder and Gould Curry I i I nott will give her version of a Press. aug7: Florida Keys on September 2. 81..'. The Citizen.... Office
FLORIDAryLUrHEAITH i 7H HMB. Private BathR ___ 5205:
will Shadow
novelty Cuban oct23-ltx
present a new musical number.
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Dance. The boys have been doing Boys in Del Woods' popular TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 HeM. Private Bath ass.
daily practices to make their I dance band who are furnishing IF YOU'RE PAST 40 ANDCANT 34 H_m.. Private Bath _.__ a.se Residence 1309 Whitehead Sireeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
sheets, 75c. The Artman Press !. Sample n**_.. Private Bath 4.O
act a success. 1 I music for the occasion have arranged I
Harriet Johnson who has appeared -i ; an "Apache" dance. !////"" "\\\\ .

frequently on radio programs -I Reservations for this affair can Nervous people should drink .
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will be on hand to be made The Citizen,
give i by calling |water at bedtime with a spoonful
several new numbers. Baby Ben-;;(.phone 51.TAXFREE. STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS., of delicious Vinol (iron tonic).

-- -- INDIGESTION victims why Nerves relax sound sleep follows.
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suffer! For quick relief get a Vinol gives new pep strength.

LARGE NUMBER VILLAGE free sample of UDGA, a doc : Oriental Pharmacy

tor's prescription at Gardner's i
Pharmacy.oct247l9ll141618212325. ,
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(Dy A.I.... .......) 28x-:| FAST FREIGHT SERVICE I

BUCHAREST Oct. 23.-The I from and to

a"Gypsy village Republic 50 miles of from Fantanele here ,is"I MONROE THEATERRegis 1;! Boston, New York, Miami, : \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

said to be one of the wealthiest! Toomey-Judith Allen in i Jacksonville, Galveston, ,

REV. J. C. GEKELER GIVES I, communities of Rumania. RECKLESS ROADS i New Orleans and Beyond
The 600 gypsies have their own -alsoDANTE'S I

EXCELLENT ADDRESS; MU-! senate the president of which has INFERNO I From Key West alternate Fridays I Star American Coffee

SICAL PROGRAM ALSO just celebrated his 99th: birthday Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I From New York every TuesdayI I JOHN C. PARK ROSES T I F T'

I The village by special charter, ; 15-20cs Night: 15-25c '1 I From Boston every Saturday Has a taste and aroma that
RENDEREDIn pays no taxes, nor does it demand is ia coffee
t only found good
any favors from the Rumanian SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT :1 From Jacksonville, Miami and FLORAL PIECES A CASH r!
I government.Six New Orleans every two weeks 328 SIMONTON ST.and you CaD be sure that it's
response to the invitation of -- ''I fresh because it'* blended ia SPECIALTYLUMBING
out of seven days the village -
the Key West Ministerial Alliance WAVES CLYDE-MALLORY Key West. 1101
is in the hands of the women
an unusually large audience gathered folks. Each Friday the men start Two Permanents $5.00 ... :ZUlU P I tb
at the First Baptist Church for thenmusical for _..---.--....._ ;
Bucharest. with I r
last night to commemorate the Better Wave. $5.00 and up STAR, It. 25c; : -
instruments, for every one is aplajer I i C. E. SMITH Agent
400th anniversary of the printed Wednesday nights they MRS. MILLER I I Ii! Key West Fla.* I V. & S., Ib ISc. SOUTH FLORIDA
Bible.Previous -- -
English return to the village and place 407 South Street Phone 574-J DURO PUMPS -
to the address of the
the money earned at the disposal --------
evening the program was featured PLUMBING SUPPLIES
of their "finance minister I NURSERY
by a vocal solo by Mrs. Camille !I 512 Greene Street _
If ;
a gypsy judge passes! a sentence -
Gra '. who that most

> sang appropriate the verdict is read to strains PHONE 348 Phone 256'
song, "My Mother's I of music. If !someone dies in I"an- PHONE 597
Bible" Saunders also
I tanele. his favorite songs are "LikeACakeOflce
gave a violin solo which most fittingly -
played at the funeral.
prepared the audience for
the address which followed. I nine of them are Bible inspired! INSURANOffice I
Dr. J. C. Gekeler's address it Rev. Gekeler said. Jewfish, 2 Ibs. 35c

is said, was commented on as be- But all this, said the speaker in Yellowtail Steak, 2 lb. 35c THE KEY I WEST .

ing one of the best ever delivered I j closing, is not the secret of the Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 25 : 319 Duval Strc -

In Key West. lie held his i Book. Its great secret and the Grouper 2 Ibs. 25e =
audience from the first word to I SUNDAY STAR
I test of its
permanence lies in the .
the la"t. The reverend used! as I i fact that it is the Word of God, : Snapper 2 lb.. ,______ 25c TELEPHONE N0.1Subsenptlun -

hi: theme, "The English Bible i j telling men of the plan of salva- Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. 25c
lie told first, some of the incidents i tion. $2 Per Year
connected with its translation At the IL FRESH SHRIMP -
I close of the service thereI THEFrelL -
and distribution Large Select Oysters Key West' Only Sunday
printing ; I \\ a general expression that it ,
second. its place in history as the there should be more union services Crab Meat in Ib cans 65c Paper

inspiration! of a liberty loving I i of a like nature as an added I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY _
people, and third of its purposeas i inspiration to the religious life of
the inspired! Word of God. ( the community. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building .

The thrilling story of how Miles I
Coverdale gave to the English

speaking world its first printed : HELPS PREVENT J ,I ". ,,' --

Bible wa told by Dr. Gekeler in I -
a most Captivating manner. : I Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD ---

Speaking of its place in historv Especially designed !I 536 Fleming Street i
and lit rature, the Fir t Presbyterian aid for nose and ped in every package

pastor said that in Tennyson upper throat where FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE 1! l FUNERAL HOME -

's poems<< there are over 400 v.r.o Vie/ts+,ot most colds start. REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and of

references to the Bible and thai Sae .30* healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of ; il. Watch I PRINTINGDONE DIg'Ulads 9ympatb.W by

Shakespeare and Browning are: i4; Ik> 50i ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
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with Doctor4
shot through and through" i C..rt.s'
Bibl, expressions absolutely airtight. /a BY US
Ot the twelve most rt'cognizedt'3mTlngs
$30.00 and $35.00 LICENSED EMBALMER
of the last 50 :years. -- -- I II WATCHMAKER JEWELS -THE-)( _


for FIRST AID in.Relievlnt7 .. I HALLOWE'EN ANNUAL BALL I Display At- I See Him For Your Next WorkALL ART 1AN PRESS Aabmlaae Scrrfe p

Common Skin Ailments' I Saturday, October 26 I Citizen; Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT
'C I Thompson Ice Company Inc. Hours 9 to 12-1 to 6 can
| ,I ,'t Complete Change Floor Show Opea Saturday Night Pkem*MS N__ Sleep
lI Script $1.10--10 till 3 a. n.


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