The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 29, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

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With Gloom By Defense Plans!! MULE'S LEG' TO KEY WEST IN OF INTELLECTS BREAKSIN BY WPA' Held As Cert;ain Indication


John A. C. Bogart, who will sup- CHARLES FOLTZ '
gram To Strengthen All SECTION OF CITY ervise the construction of the I (Ily ArawMlril Press KEY WEST ROGERS MEMORIAL'I' Speculation Entered -
ISSUE IN HAVANA PARIS, Oct. 29.-Smouldering
ForcesBy i and sewerage B. C.system Moreno in WPA Key project West,I political differences between I COMMISSION\ TO BE Into Regarding Pro-

i His mule, with a load of bird director in Key West, are expected France's intellectual leaders has The first few copies of Key

GROUP LEAVES THIS MORNING i shot in his right fore leg hence to arrive by plane from Miami I finally burst into flame over the I: West's new tourist booklet for !i NEW ORGANIZATIONS posed Activities Deal-

ROGER D. GREENE FOR CUBAN CAPITALFOR [ unable to haul the wagon'with tomorrow. Italo-Ethiopian conflict. the 1935-36 season, containing al I ing With Issue

Py Associated Prmm : which he conducts his small trucking With their arrival it is expectedthat relativeto Members of the French Academy -,, dozen water color reproductions I -:- I
WITH further-information
LONDON. Oct. 29.-Already
i business for a livelihood is to time when work will start snub each other when they I of scenes in and around Key VICE-PRESIDENT GARNER TO!

groaning under an income tax of PRESIDENT MENDIETA [I the dilemma in which: Ed. Matthews on the project will l.e made pub meet. Outstanding persons in the : West, have been received by the ACT AS CHAIRMAN SUB. By BYRON PRICE

colored, of 304 Amelia lie. intellectual "Who's Who" call- WPA. fhlrf of nmrrmm. The An. 1....
$1.25 British are I .
per $5 tax-payer I M. E. Gilfond. WPA director SCRIPTIONS TO BE TAKENTO Press 5askI.t. '
street, finds himself. ing and called I The booklet is more complete
William II. Malone, Carl! with Mr. Bogart being names. The effort to revive NRA. orat
who in ,
their Mayor company
art gloomily weighing pri..ypun" I Matthews has been accustomedto First shot in the intellectualwar i with information and more gorgeous HELP CAUSETo
Bervaldi, chairman of the boardof and :Mr.! Moreno. left by plane for least
I to it* eU4I.ti.r.ia
against the calls of patriot- I tie his mule each evening to a Jacksonville Sundawill, remain was a manifesto which appeared -I with additional water color preserve

county commissioners ,and>> En- i stake in a lot in the western section in that city for a short time in the nationalistic "Le:I reproductions than was the one one form or .other, quietly i*
ism a. .yml>>.lized by a proposed rique Esquinaldo Sr., left thh of the city. There the ani- longer. I Temps" as Italian planes bombed I! issued last Fall by the Key West continually memorialize Will

billion.UUr-defence program. morning on the Steamship; Florida -I mal found a supply of juicy: grass Aduwa. I I| Administration which is issuing'' Rogers and the humanitarian, assuming proportion which teem

for Havana for an audience I for sustenance and was a willing 95 Over the signatures of 64 '| the current publication. This is1, charitable and educational traits! to insure widespread discussion
That sam, according to financial with President Mendieta, 11'' and hard working mule. J. S. GANDOLFO, writers, artists, poets and scien-I'I one of the media being used by I
'Yesterday Matthews hitched: the tists, including Leon Daudet, the Administration in attracting of the living man, about 20 or-] during the coning *e.*ton of eon.
expert, will be needed to o'clock tomorrow morning. I mule to his wagon and started to I DIED THIS tORNING!I Louis Bertrand, Bernard Fay and;i i tourists to Key West. I ganizations have been merged to'!
The object of the interview grew and i. 1936 campaign
bring Britain' army and drive away on his regular rounds Charles Maurras\ the "right" lead Inside pages of the booklet form the Will Rogers Memorial
with the president of Cuba is the seeking work. lie noticed the ani- ers of French thought condemned 'I have a scenic composition of Key i Commission, with Vice President I Already there have been many
air force up to date. rehabilitation of the Florida East mal limping and drove back: to sanctions against Italy and warn West in emerald green for a border
rambling of speculation about
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE I John N. Garner as chairman. i >>
Coast Railway extension portion! unharness and examine the mule. ed of "the suicide of civilization; symbolic of the beauty of I i
But the stir i What the the fact that NRA
question-already the memorial headquarter
i iI II or memorials
bird shot the waters in this whilea I,
number of section
of which were destroyed by the He found a CONDUCTED TOMORROW over a few African barbarians. |I I
ring fiery. debate on street corner embedded in the skin near the The manifesto was the signal complete word description of will !be, must be determined : carries on, with hundreds of employe

in money warts and political hurricane of September 2. middle joint of the leg. With a I AFTERNOONJohn for a split of intellectuals into i' Key West is carried underneath'::1 by the number of friend-1 i *, month after the supreme

halls-is whether the money As there is a large volume of I razor blade Matthews extracted I two groups-right, nationalist and f,II[ accompanying the water colors. s'1!I ships registered in the campaign(:! court declared the code ancon.
business carried on between the number of the shot and hopesto fascist I j Included the art contributors for funds the total number of i!
should be raised by a' defense 'Ia I against left, antifascistand I; atit.tioaal.! but let public notice
United States and Cuba, the bulk 'I I get the rest out within the next S. Gandolfo, 95, died' communist. to the booklet is Edward I i people who come forward to honor,
loan, similar to American: Liberty of which was through Key Wes, I few days. I 12:15 o'clock this mornnig in the !1 1r I Bruce consulting expert with the I[[the memory of their friend with i baa been taken of numerous scattered >

Bonds, or by direct taxation. it is believed that the officials in In the meantime it is shown residence at 618 Whitehead street. painting and sculpture section of i i material tokens of that f riendship. < hint that th. venture

'Happine Loan?* high authority in Cuba, and the J I he is unable to pursue his work r Funeral services will be held tomorrow -t! MAKING CHECKAUTO the U. S. Treasury Department I! I II i scarcely can. be regarded as a

Many a jaundiced eye greeted I wide business interests, will exert because of the condition of the afternoon 4 clock from ; who. it will be recalled spent last i I I The commission is composed of! closed incident.

Lord Mottistone's beaming suggestion themselves to place before the mule which is disabled throughthe the Lopez Funeral Home to st.1| LICENSES'winter in Key West with Mrs. I j responsible respected men and i! Until recently the official ex-
should be called railroad interests the economic ruthlessness, or carelessnessof I Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic I J Bruce and who returned this I women, all friends of Will Rogers
that it i' necessity of rebuilding the line to some person guilty of discharging church. Rev. Wm. Reagan will morning aboard the Steamship; and his family, selected without t planation of the continued presence <<; -

"the great national happiness' Key West. firearms in the city limits I officiate. j Florida for the present season.I regard to polities race or religion ; of a large NRA staff in

loan"-using national credit, as After the interview with the in flagrant violation of the The deceased is survived by a ; MANY HAVE NOT SECURED Six other artists, all of whom but banded together by mutual}!1 Washington was that it was compiling -
; t
represented by some $6.390.000''. president, the Cuban Tourist Com law.As daughter, Mrs. Rosa Simmons!, of i 1 NECESSARY TAGS UP TO have been or are connected: with love of the living man and a de- t a "history" vl Uw expenj -
mission, the Merchants\ : Association there are a flock of doves New York nine grandchildren, the artists'
savings amassed in the three:I Ii ; I group here con sire to properly perpetuate his ment, and was seeking to conserve
Havana Rotary Club and frequently seen in the neighbor- Mrs. William Wickers Mrs. PRESENT TIM tributed other paintings.The spirited memory. This commission -j
major savings institutions, to other large organziations are to hood where the mule was tied it della Gonzaca Mrs. Corinne water colors include a will handle all funds. I I ifor the future the leeeow l foamed

bolster the defense forces.: I i be met with and the question dis- is possible says Chief Deputy and Wheeler Gandolfo of SCo-I ., -, variety of scenes ;of. KeyWest L Every: single. fnxmill: be i.!. _the! rayg!: j a ni4.Jmnjii ration.
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>at.-rmprvbaWe-that we shall I cussed. e. ...0- I I Bernard Waite; somebody shot at West; Albert, Eugene; 'Wi1li Chief Ivan Elwood and his" force embracing such: points of interestas used for memorials to Will Rogers.I of the codes.
without measure of It is expected that the missionof the doves and disabled the mule. and Edvenia Gandolfo of i I
escape any I May i of police officers have been instructed the southernmost house in the In keeping with his love of flying Executive Order
rearmament," says The Econ- the committee will be accom- i I New York. I by Mayor Wm. II. Ma- United States owned by Judge J.I and those interested in aviation -i I Just before he left for his

omist. "The question therefore! plished by Thursday afternoon andi TORTUGAS There are also 34 great grand- lone to check up all motorists and Vining Harris; the Key West Art I ,, the expenses of the cam-|Pacific trip however the Prc-M-,
remains whether it is wise and i the members will return on thei LIGHTI children. I
advise all who have not secured a Gallery, the East Martello\ Tower, paign will be borne by the avia- dent issued without comment an
!proper that at _this_ stage .in our,,i i Steamship Cuba Friday. I i city automobile license tag that it and Fort Jefferson as well as the tion industry. I:| executive order appointing

history we should proceed by way!' SEEN BY MARINER II FRANK HOLIAN it time to do so. golf; course, Rest Beach, the Key Subscriptions will begin Monday ., George L. Berry "coordinator for
of a loan. Our answer is emphatically H. S. HENDRICKS Last year there were 1053 :of West Yacht: Basin, deep sea, fishing I November 4, and be accepteduntil industrial cooperation," and giving
No! a typical Key; West lane, and Thanksgiving Eve., November him of
I GREAT DISTANCEMATE the tags issued and, say officials i I powers considerable;
"Against the" arKlmenfor anj VISITING .it is reasonable to suppose that others. : 27. During that period there scope}jwith respect to the conduct
I inflationary loan there are two, RECEIVES INJURYFINGER HEREi approximately the same numberof Only a small portion of'the en 1 will appear in The Citizen each:;I of what j was left' of NRA::

[ decisive arguments. The first is! f vehicles are being operated in tire issue was' received in th,' day a coupon to be used by persons '| Washington! : look no particular:
that loans shoud be reserved for] OF OIL COMPANY; SHIP first shipment These being I donations to the' this
REPRESENTATIVE OF BROOKLYN the city now. are making note &{; .ac.\.J:\ end tie country
social assets such as better hous-'. AND THUMB BADLY I REPORTS LUMINOUS RANGE Be that as it may, it is pointedout used immediately for several tout fund. :I appea:)I jto h4Ve been 'even less
ling, which are and will remain a! DAILY EAGLE CAMEIN only 619 license tags have f agencies, travel bureaus and the I The coupon will have spaces,' interested in it. "Coordinators"
[lasting benefit to the nation. I CUT WHILE ENGAGEDIN SAID TO BE OVER FIFTY. I been secured to date, which if like in the north which have re I for the amount contributed and [ of one kind and another have
"The second and final argu-1 WORK TODAY I II there are 1053 motor vehicles in : quested literature on Key West I the name and address of the sub' '!' come and gone with frequency on
ment is political. If Britain gives:: ONE MILES the city leave 434 being operated i; The balance of the issue is expected t. scriber. Lists of names and subscriptions -:; the national scene, and most of

|jte, lead in renewing armaments I j I I without the required tag. t in a few days when th will be published in them have left little trace.
loans our example will be Frank L. Holian, representing booklets will be available for j this paper at intervals during. the It now develope that Major
[, all overthe world." I, While operating a band saw at t Another of the luminous of the
pied report the resort department - -- I general distribution outside Key I I period of the campaign.Those i I Berry has been taking his job
Another Point Of View I the lighthouse department shops I range of Tortugas light has been Brooklyn Daily Eagle, arrived on II LOCAL HOSPITALGIVENAPPROVAl West by Key Westers and others. I who desire to contributeto | quite seriously lie has not beenI
On the other hand.} "The this morning H. S. Hendricks met I received by Superintendent W. the Steamship Florida this morning I I I the fund may fill out the coupon I I saying much for publication hut
imes" the ,with nn accident which may result -I Demeritt the commissioner for brief visit in Key I I I
editorially applauds W. from a
I and turn it in to The Citizen ,, he has not been idle. What little
ilea of loan rather than in the loss of the first jointof in Washington West. JUNIOR PATROL i l:
a of lighthouses
I 1 t which has been designated by the i he has said and the evidence of:
tion. declaring his thumb. D. C. the light to Mr. Holian plans to visit business -
: showing National Commission or to Mayor Ihis| activity, have been exeeodHigly -
"The new obligation taxa-I Mr. Hendricks was working have been seen at a distance of places with the idea of TO STAGE ) "'m. II. Malone, who today was',I interesting. '
liHcharjred with the least with Carl Rom senior radio electrician I 51.9 miles.B. ducing merchants to in-I MARINE INSTITUTION NOWIN DRILLj; appointed by Frank B. Shutts. of !I Hint Of.Activity

Interference with the ideal of I with the department and A. Thompson second mate toward a cooperative half-page i I Miami, as: chairman in Key West. ,i' For instance the -coordinator"is '
theburdens was preparing to make a small of vertisement in the Eagle telling \
dually reducing of I of the Steamship M. S. Sun -- --- : quoted 'that -he
as saying understands -
Ration This consideration I< box for carrynig tools, using the the Sun Oil Company reports about Key West.BRUCES I THROUGHOUT NATION j f EVENT SCHEDULED TO BE : one of h. duties wilt
should be band saw,, :when the accident hap- 22 he wit- I FLORIDA BRINGS .
-ts that the cost ug-I I that on September PUT ON AT BAYVIEW PARK i j I I be to find oat whether industry
a loan." I pened. i nessed an electrical display following -
ARRIVEIN and labor want sort of
I per-
Other critics stoutly maintain The saw inflicted a gash on the which the air became un- I Announcement: has been mad j I THURSDAY EVENING 118 PASSENGERSVESSEL manent NRA.
lat the best method would be a 1 I index finger and the thumb was usually clear and visibility wasperfl'Ct. I
:[ by the American College of surgeons i I j To this he adds his own con-
the The wounded
O-year defense loan with a heavy cut to bone. CITY TODAY
I i! I I| ; that the Marine hospital i i vietkm that "a penitent institution" -
sinking fund rather than Ion.em -!: man was taken to the Marine It 1.44 o'clock when he i I
a !: I was Thursday evening 7 o'clock,
I! to industrialcompetition
!1 | of Key West has been placed on I LEAVES LATER FOR regulate
) loan which would carry the: hospital where attention was saw the loom of Tortugas light the list of approved hospitals in Bayview Park the Key West i is "of first import-
urdens of taxation to genera-':!' given;: the wounded members. and on calculating the distance i DIRECTOR OF ART PROJECTS I I the United States and Canida. i.I nior Patrol will stage an JIJ-1 I i HAVANA WITH 72. : ance." Presumably he is not
ions unborn. : Whether or not the thumb will be found it to be 51.9 miles. tion drill executing fancy
AND WIFE TO SPEND I In a communication to The : talking about the federal trade
I amputated will be determined The focal plane of the Tor- I evolutions. ON BOARDI
Citizen Malcolm\ T. : : military I i{ commission, which is a permanent
NEWARRIVAL\ IN ; later this afternoon. | tugas light is 151 feet above WINTER HERE I associate director. l\lad1Cherr.1 I The organization; has been continuously -I|I institution devotes to regulation
i --- mean water level Henry B. Has- to the fact that in ] I drilling for the event i I lof, competition or the anti-trust

FRANK ELWOODi kins, assistant i superintendent of I I States and Canada there !arc 2,- I and it is understood have perfect- j I i Steamship Florida, of the P. laws enacted for the same purpose -
BZOTTE FAMILY : j lighthouses, told The Citizen and Edward Bruce, director of ark 523 hospitals on the approved list. cd a number of new formations j!I and O. S. S. company, arrived this i since h4 obviously has reference -
i the light is of 1,500,000 candle I projects for the federal administration Of this number there are 30 in I I and tactical maneuvers, which are;I' morning from Miami with 31 i to something which does not
I i i DIES IN MIAMIBROTHER power. and Mrs. Bruce arrived ( Florida one of which is in Kev excellent. first class passengers and 19 sec i now exist.

The Citizen is in receipt of a I The geographical range of the this morning from Washington to West under the direction of Ser i I Drill Master Arthur Sheppard ond class for Key West; 68 first I' In pursuance of his investiga-

from Mr. and Mrs. L. F. I i light, as observed from a height spend the winter in Key West. t geon E. H. Carne, of the United j iwall! be in command assisted by class passengers for Havana.The :: Hens Major; Berry has been in
I'r rte of 238: "V Golden Ave.. OF IVAN ELWOOD. of 47 feet which is the height of Arrangements have been made States Public Health Service. i j'j'I \ Captain Victor Larsen and Lieutenants vessel brought 33 tons of touch with labor leader He enjoys -
Beach Calif., announcing I the bridge on the M. S. Sun for the Bruces to occupy renovat.ed i i, Douglas McCarthy and freight and 42 sacks of mail for I a peculiarly favorable footing
ot POLICE CHIEF OF where Mate Thompson was standing and refurnished quarters in th. Edith RusselLIGALEYS ,., Key West and 17 tons and 93 I
since these
arrival of a 10 1-2 pound boy r I i there he is one of
I is 22 miles and the luminous naval station.WINTER VOTING ABSENTEE racks of mail en route to Ha i
leaden hd of the
un October 21 at their home in KEY: WESTAnnouncement 1 himself being
i range is 41 miles. It is thus : vana. .
that city. I RETURNHOME I I pressmen's nnfoa.I
i I
I I shown! 'ths}l Mate Thompson saw The S. S. Florida sailed 8:30
The little one has been given \ VISITORSTO BALLOTS STARTEDAT I Whether it will be regarded asa
I the loom' kf-Hne-light at distance o'clock for her destination with
1 1I
the name of Roy part of the "history" of
Mother and baby are reportedtfc I has been made j I of approximately 11 miles greaterI I FROM 72 passengers for Cuba i I or not, it now can be recorded 1 in
Frank Elwood.
of the death of TRlP'I
than ati'ls' .ld indicate.NEWADDITIONTO HERE
o i' ring nicely. which occurred in Miami yesterday -I ahi RETURN AFTERNOON 1 'I[' the archives that the American
Mr Hzotte is now serving' ;: onboard I afterp.ooat 2 o'clock. The t 2:45 THIS *,* M Federation of Labor has voted at

the U. S. S. Louisville! deceased who was! a brother" "of \ EIGHT HAD BEEN VOTEDIN Mrs. Harry C. Galey returnedthis i Fruits and VegetablesString I' its Atlantic City convention in
whirbs now Rationed at Long j! Ivan Elwood. chief of police of M[>s. Frederick Lee and son, morning; after spending 8e'i".1 favor of a constitutional amenrtjment -

Beach: Calif. I Key West removed his residencei I Fred. of Beach: Haven, N. J.. have CLERK'S OFFICE eral weeks with her daughter Miss Bean. tt> .... .........h.... lOe;; which among other things

Mr.I Bzatte was formerly Miss i to Miami\ several :years ago, whereI SAWYERS'FMlILYI written friends they will arrivein I I Ruth Rose Galey, student at Mary I. Fresh Cranberries. Ib ........_. 2Se; would seem to make it possible to
Mace Lowe of Key West. I he had resided up until the time Key West on November 15 on Baldwin College, Stannton Va. Crape, 2 lb.-----------------------_ 25c i revive NRA.
; of his death. I their annual visit for the win- Absentee voting for the candidates I She was accompanied by Dr Apple. It m.u.u.____ 5c Major Berry also Has been in

I Survivors are: His widow Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. WL Warren Sawyer -I in the city election began 9 Galey, who left two weeks ago Avocado Pear., Lettuce Celery,!touch with industry. The details
: Minnie Elwood; two sons. William I of 527 Fleming street, an- ter.The Lees have been coming to o'clock this morning with the I for Staunton to join Mrs. Galey I Carrot. Okra, Cacnnaber and I remain undisclosed bat it can be
J' { and Stephen; one daughter Mrs. nounce the birth of a girl, weighing -I Key West: for a number of years opening of City Cerk Wallace Pin- and spend a few days with their Sweet Peppers.. recorded also that the aatomobile
$ Ct\grdUt9S j I Luther Madsock\ ; mother :Mrs. 8 pounds yesterday morningin i and have a large: circle of friends: der's office.At j daughter. 1 f f industry feels the nteation has
and k I Ann Elwood; two brothers Ray a local hospital. She has been I who are awaiting to extend them :2:45 o'clock this afternoon They returned last week to Miami Charles Tilt's Grocery I reached a stage where it is time
4ure 'and Ivan Elwood; three sisters,, named Donna Louise. 'a welcome. They will occupy as Clerk Pinder said that but eight and there awaited the sailing I 11101 DiriU* St. PVoM 29 to declare itself. Accordingly it
WHISKIES AND GINS { Mrs. Felipe Carbonell, Mrs. Albert Mother and daughter are re- they did last year the Watson 1 ballots had been. voted up to that of the P. and O. boat to make the i I announces publicly that it does
I' Nelson and Mrs. Joe Fretas. ported as doing nicely. home on Flagler avenue. time. return trip. I not want to see NRA. revived.





BANISH DRUNKEN DRIVERS \ I country to force German an._
i1tp 1 !itst (: i
: KEY: WEST IN back.
-- I PUBLIC ENEMIES l TODAY'STemperatures WEATHERhave 1 :
Published Daily Except Sunday By
Increasing fatalities the highways I I
1919 Int rnati Ml Labor
.. P. AKTMA.N, Pr.*l4 .t of the United States should cause every I ferenee feega at Wahmgt .1
.. Happenings Her Just 10 Yean r also been rains the coast C.
JOE ALLEN AuUtant & Manager reader of The Citizen to be interested in on
From Th. Citizen: Building I, Ago Today A. Take Fre-m N CVR V E PJ Highest ?,__.,..... ........._..........83 of Oregon and Washington, and
Corner Green. and Ann Street a statement of David Beecroft, former The Hies Of The Citizen II Lowest .. .. ._ _.74 j rain 1928-The Tttrl .h Rep.esta .. ..:
president of the American Society of Auto 'I Mean .. : :::::::::::.. :::: .:nh: :.:781 I II or snow eastward over por- Wished.

Only Dally Newspaper In Key. West and Monroe motive Engineers. lie insists that "the I C. R. Breck of the J. G. White' I Normal 'Mean ... ... ..... '.n. ..77 tions of the northern Rockies,i i i
County.Entered and Plateau region, and it was i
driver and i ii :; Engineering company has com-, I Raiaf.ll I Outside of Addis .Ababa there
F1orlda.- elall matter not mechanical failure is the j
second at
: at Key West. a the snowing this morning from Alberta '
pleted his plans for !! Precipitation .10 Ins. I i are no roads for wheeled< trI -: ::
-- Yesterday's
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YEAR !bottom of most accidents" and asks "whatis tion of water line l eastward to Manitoba Temperatures in
FIFTY-SIXTH i a pipe construc-j' -# [ Normal Precipitation .13 his.Th1. I Ethiopia. Transport is by mul:' a
Member .t the AMeJne4 PreM the use of testing the machine and not I I I mainland to Key West I I rre.rd **_... &S4-fcmr? ...rU4.1I have risen throughoutI donkeys, pack-hones and cameJsrs.MBTflle's
i made a proposition to the county'! r.-K at .'ei..a l0Ia .rar.lag. I I
the Associated Freu is exclusively: entitled touse the driver?" i of the Plains and West Gulf I
for ret]-,l."U.s. of all news dispatches credited to j i commissioners relative thereto.) I Tomorrow's. Almanac > l....1.. H...."
the it ->r local not nets otherwise published credited here.In tbls, paper and also Moreover, at a meeting of the Amer- il' The water company would agree 1] vl Sun rises ...._.'...:J_(..1..1 j |''u3' *a.I m.1 I:I:States while, and in the southern cold weather Rock THE SEMINOLE

ican Safety Congress, recently held in [the proposed contract shows, to!l I Sun sets ......: :.".......-' :48> p. '''m.:j ies;has overspread abnormally the far Northwest --

NATIONAL EDITORIAL .. Louisville, Ky., seven- volunteer subjects I construct a pipe line of not less i.]1 Moon rises .-:'.,J.:"'..-="i<"?J$Q,* m. ;j with readings near zero this
ASSOCIATION than 20 inches in diameter, with] Moon sets ...--::.t,....18 Jit phn.1 i iTomorrow's ;'
1935f were tested for reactions after taking a I I an initial capacity in excess of Tide.A.M. morning in portions of Alberta. yG
I I <;. *>. KKMNKDY.Officer. ; : ,
STnSCRIPTION RATES single cocktail and the ability of each sub one million gallons per day and V-T in Charge

f One Tear _.. ..._ ... ........... -_ .-. _$10.00Six ject was "slowed up." Obviously, if the an ultimate capacity of from two : High ...__.....__. P.ll'l I
Months: -- ace and one half to three million gal P PI 11:03 |I........................
Kme Ibre*Month Month..._._...._..._._.-_____ LSO./S mind of an automobile driver slows up lons per day. The initial cost of I I Low ...,.._...__.._ 5:25 4:37!|I S byJ..t..vllk
Weekly _.._.--.-.__._._...._._. .=__ .20 when he ought to be putting on the brakes I such a line would be in the neighborhood -:; I'i i Today In History
Barometer 8 a. m. today:
Made known ADVERTISING on application. RA.'I'C. to meet an emergency something is going I I of $3,000,000. I Il I Sea level, 30.10.WEATHEK ;t i........................

to happen. 1814-The fcobert Fulton. .
SPECIAL *OTCE l George I. Knowles of Miami, !
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolatlens of This brings us the question-"Is al- I well known real estate operator.I| FORECAST j I yworld's Ilaunched first steam warship. B. CiHI' KU. BfSMCer
respect: obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at residence:( in New York-never in A human home-like +mutilation
cohol plans erect palatial
the rate of 10 cents a line- responsible for the rise in the death a t (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) war and blown up by internal explosion where you..will. find year I.dlvld.ale.wfart
Stock Island. He that rmtrrtmlmmtrml a mat-
Notices for entertainmen* by enriches from which on says I
a revenue Is to be derived fire 5 'idUI.IIe.: rate on the highways?" The answer may I work will start on the residence Key West and Vicinity: Partly in 1829.! ter of great importance.o .
: I
The Citizen I Is an open fornrt dis-us- not be conclusive but the evidence is cloudy tonight and Wednesday; -
I fairly about April 1 next It will be
sloe ot public "Issues and lilt: jeots of local or general"!I year. l A .t..1 flrepr..f ..n.I.. 1_a1N
Interest., but it will Dot publtsb anonymous communication. positive and the only uncertainty is what'I in Spanish style architecture of amore iM .\; 1835-The Equal-Rights, a I. tae leart .f tae elty
short-lived political party, nick-
we are going to do about it. How long will :I dictinctive type than homesof .i--\'W\ I -0---
I the type in Coral Gables and .. named the 'Loco-Focos, because! Every Room with Combination Tab
the public permit auto driving by drunks will cost about $100,000. } meeting this night in Tammany land Shower Bath Radio, Electrioi ;
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ; OHInir Fan Slat Door for Summer
and near-drunks to be overlooked and i Hall N. Y., opposition turned. off I Ventilation, Comfortable, Hnls with:
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN \ gas and leaders sat by light oi I Mattresses of Inner Spring Con-
i winked at by law enforcement officials? Judge Heffernan, of :Miami, ar-, candles and 'loco-foco' matcher traction and Individual ReaoVlaf
rived here Tuesday evening and Lamps.
e One of the features of the meeting of tfi R.A TEll
spent a delightful visit in Key, .
"1. Water and S-'werage. the Safety Conference was a mock trial ofa tot t 1885-(50( years ago) Died- sisal.7R .
West. During his stay the judgewas
_.. __...
1 Brinton McClellan Union R** Private Bath *S.O eR
?12. Bridges to complete Road to Main- fictitious person accused of "driving entertained by his many George I M __.. Private Bath .-.- :XMHVOTBS.
friends when 1"1i" ,..,,- general Presidential candidate,, to Private Bath __.._ *..*>
f !land. while drunk." He pleaded not guilty but and leaving yester-' "{t.f'E Partly Cloudy !New Jersey governor, aged 59. 24 a**.., Private Bath ____., a.M
_. .
day himself
expressed as having "" "" '" SaaiBlc R Private Bath
4*. Free Port. testified that he only had drunk "two bot- had a most enjoyable visit. I I CoThe moderate to fresh east to south- inundated the tLICHT 1\CHKA: \ FOR UOCBLJiOCCTJPANCT
tles of beer." Cane Passer is an opti- I 1914-Belgians
4. Hotels and 1 east winds.
mist-albeit a very foolish one. .
More houses in -- ---
apartments Key''
Dr. II. A. Heise, of Milwaukee, as an He believes that traffic is Florida: Partly cloudy tonight
5. Bathing Pavilion. West was the main subject of discussions always
I and
witness testified that he had tested in his direction Wednesday. r
expert at the regular weekly traveling and so
6. Airports--Land end F ea. i j' Jacksonville to Florida Straits
the defendant at the police station and meeting of the Exchange Club,|believing be blithely takes! and East Gulf: Moderate easterlyto
7. Consolidation of C unty and City that while the man. talked clearly, there held today in the Victoria restau-'1''chances by going around other southerly winds over north por- DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY

Governments. rant, and the club went on record : cars on "blind curves. tion; moderate to fresh east to
were symptoms of the use of alcohol in as being heartily in accord with]| Good drivers never pass other southeast winds over south por-

his walk and on his breath and that the the plan to erect apartment;, cars tm the road unless they are tion; weather partly overcast tonight WHERE IT CAN HELP

II Duce has a flare for showmanshipand tests showed 0.3 per cent of alcohol in his 'houses to be financed by local'' tart thai it can be done safely. and Wednesday.
'capital and the G. L. Miller com-]'
a take-nique for colonization.At blood. As a qualified expert, he added I YOUR TOWNAll
pany. held tonight at which time bids WEATHER CONDITIONS
that 0.2 per cent could affect tde reactionsof I I for the construction of the Over-

this time Key V/esters should an automobile driver. The: jury of 123 i Widening of the city's streets'; sea Highway from Key West to Pressure is low this morning

think more of contract bridge than bridge delegates voted 85-38 for conviction. i was one subject, among many i the mainland will be opened. Bids from the Plains States westward
(others which held the interest of for the construction of the bou- Modern Banking Facilities
contract. I to the Pacific coast with a dis- }
i Rotarians and their guests at the levard around the shore front of
turbance of marked intensity
regular luncheon of the -lub t-i: Key West will also be considered. Commercial and Savings AccountsThe
THE EMPTY BOTTLE central the Plateau region
Writers use a number f *, stock quotations I over
day. Robert Austin, attorney for .
Salt Lake City, Utah, 29.22 inches. I
advantageously, but t' ey are no goodon the Malcolm Meacham interestswas I The White Street Civic Association The eastern high pressurearea

the market. When the cornerstone of the Robertson the first speaker at th. lunch- was formally organized at a is crested New England

county court house at Springfield, I (ruling. n and spoke streets on wider the neces5 wher.everj J of I I I when meeting residents held in met city to hall discuss las night the: Boston, Mass.,over 30.54 inches, and First National Bank oi Key \West I

Boosting the home town does help it Tennessee, was opened some time ago, due md wherever rouble. Gejrgj! I matter of widening the street and overspreads most sections of the
1'1 I east of the Plains States
.develop, and sometimes works up commendable to a remodeling of the structure, many Knowles and others also voiced I voted for the construction of a and country another high pressure area I
Member the Federal Reserve
idea of wider streets. \Vhite Way in that section. It was
civic pride. articles deposited in it a half centcry ago I I decided to request the Key West has moved in over the western
Canadian provinces, Edmonton,
were brought to light. Residents in the section occupied -i Electric company and the Southern
The farmer, having tasted Alberta 30.60 inches. Rains have Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance
govern- by the Thompson Ice plant Bell Telephone to place
One of the items known to have been occurred since yesterday morning
mental benefits in the form of cash, will and employes of the company all the wires which belong to the I
placed therein was a bottle of whisky, and scattered far and wide 8 o'clock from the Lake region southwardover Corporation
be just like the veterans and the tariff systems underground.The much of the East Gulf and
onlookers at the opening of the corner- this morning when an ammonia ..
South Atlantic States. There
baroru,-like it and want more. ripe of the plant burst and the pupils of Miss Dorothy
stone may have had hopes of campling the
fumes of the ammonia filled the I Beaver's eighth grade class will ....
famous product. But if so, they were
"Key West gambling causes Sholtz to atmosphere. Late sleepers ran I entertain at a Hallowe'en party
doomed to disappointment.!'; The bottle from their homes hurriedly dress-I tonight at the army barracks anda
suspend Constable. Front page head line ing to escape the stifling fumes. very delightful time is antici
was found, but it was empty, the contents '
in Tampa Tribune. The best jokes are not The leakage lasted only 15 min pated.

in the comir strips.-Sebring News. having presumably disappeared by evap- utes after which the plant's operations
oration. On the bottle was the inscrip- were resumed. I Mrs. Clark D. Stearns will en-

tion tertain tomorrow at her quartersin
After you have something to say, There will be a meeting of the the naval station, complimenting -
"This whisky was made at the distillery board of county commissioners: I the Woman's Club.
say it; then close your buccal cavity and HOUSEHOLD GOODSOF
of Woodward and I
Wiley depositedby
save It for the mastication of food. One I
J. S. Brown Sept. 26, 1897; whiskywas
generally has enough energy left for that
three years old when deposited."

purpose. Many other interesting relics were QUALITYA

(Governor Sholtz didn't let the grass found in the stone including newspapers, THIS BRAND NEW

minutes of official proceedings., lists of
grow{under his feet when he invited W.R. .
fraternal society members, history of the
Hearst to make his permanent home in
old Ku Klux Klan bank statement, and
Florida when California's tax laws madereideiiee a G-E REFRIGERATOR Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Visit
1( there'too costly. other documents. There was also a coin

which is now 191 years old, one $100 bill Our Store And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY

Certain stocks are advancing in price and two $20 bills. l $ HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There.
The bills were no more valuable than .$40 o L LB :
and this leads many peo:'!e to suspect that I .. ,., .
the empty bottle, however, as they were
this is a good time to make: a tidy fortune I I

on a hoestring m.irgin. This idea on the I Confederate currency.

part of the saps is what makes fortunesfor !

Abe Shushan, a Long confederate accused -I Bertrand Snell, Republican leader of : KITCHEN WARE WATER COOLERS

!'; by the Federal government of income the House of Representatives, says "Trade

tax evasion, was acquitted just like and commerce in the Far East are just in your Waiting G-E is actually until spring wasting to buy 140or ."

"Dutch" Schultz. However the latter's I their infancy" and "during the next de- make Buy your.v and monthly use the payments savings ta CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

troubles are over having been "wiped out" cade they will furnish the largest and most Protect yourself against Jx

by fellow gangsters, while: Shushan is be- attractive market for Americanmadegoods. probable higher prices in the .'

ing shadowed by those of his ilk as wcli. ." I spring ...$1tl IRONING BOARDS

as by Federal governmental agents. There are many people who agree You need a General Electric errrj

the by Mr. Snell day-it's always summertime in
with expressed
opinion ,
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II the kitchen regardless of bow
The best cartoon seen recently is the who is now on his way to Japan with a cold it may be outside. Right now CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE
is the most favorable time to buy
one showing" Mussolini. or hand drippingwith congressional delegation. What they. won- i your G-E-let as tell you why. >J J. D' & ? '

blood the other rais d heavenward in der about however, Is'whether\ the im- I ALL GLASSWAREDinner
triumphant gesture and his widely-opened perialistic policy of Japan in the Far East

mouth in a !sardonic" grin proclaiming to means the eventual closing of the doors to
the world : "We have killed some of the the commerce of other nations', includingthe Sets, $1.0Q and Up
children, whose ancestor killed some of United States.

our grandfathers." While The Citizen does not approve

what has been termed "dollar diplomacy"it I

The Salvation Army has been a help- is convinced that the standard of living of i I

ful agency in Key West to ameliorate the many Americans, including particularlythe i+ The Key West Electric Co. '

condition of the indigent, but the fierce cotton and wheat growers of our coun-

competition of our pateni Uistic govern- try, depends upon foreign markets for I t South [Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

ment finally put this 1 1-um.amtarian: institution surplus goods and produce. To what ex-

hors de combat. It is announcedthe tent the American government should pro- Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

Army will return when the reed arisen tect its traders abroad is a question that
GENERAL HI ELECTRIC I "Your;home is worthy of the best"rAGE
and its existence made possible! by voluntary -I must be answered in the next few years.It .

contributions.: has grave possibilities.


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..... ": .........."............- Britain born

I HIGH COURAGE "CLASSTF'i'ED"COLUMN i: Today's Died Sept. 28,at 1898.1931Othntei Wilmington. Del.

I H ,by acmae Bovrmaa_.:_. Anniversaries C. Marsh, noted
Yale and government naturalist-
SPORTS i ........................ paleontologist of his born
..*..................... i day at
SYOP818rrs Fantucartkft ANNE walked to the windows and 1740-James Boswell, biogra- Lockport, N. Y. Died March 18.
d. u. watery tekind .ee' I
tkrr'm adder tnf (. A" Attoria out. The river was Advertisements under this head pher of Dr. Johnson perhaps the 1899.

)... .ratterie U.*S*but. .1*i* further not atilfffmttrate dlal.rbed f.- smothered in darkness. Lights on will be inserted In The Citizen,at' finest biography in the language,

van key .n.d. Rob Crocker the wharves flickered blue and the the rate of le a word for each insertion born. Died June 19, 1795. 1839 Justus H. Rathbone, the
<..*>;. a FfanUk. .o. .r.0 r.*- nearby electric signs smouldered in Government clerk at Washington
ruet ker from the Not?.anil abltct but the minimum for the j 1
to krr MU-iixr' lo recta SorU her red and unearthly greens. -. I largely instrumental in founding
*A..e'M ...rue walker XI .(k*.**.;d ickftker,orM }kofrl RollllaakecJo. Makes me think of tone of Tecla's ---- I. first insertion in every instance is 1795 John Keats, Britain's I| the Knights of Pytbias, 1S61I

..S.*....bee re.c er. stories." she mused, "one of those FUNERAL 25c I great poet, who, although dyingat I I born at DeerfieM, N. Y: Died a
weird nights that blow in on seacoast HOME FIREMEN BEES PARK TEN DOWNS\ Payment for classified adver- 25, 'left some of the world'sgreatest I j I Umi, Ohio, Dec. 9, 1889.

towns. Tear she spoke aloud tisements is invariably in advance,i poetry behind him born.

Chapter Four aa someone rattled the" door knob. TEN WON 'FIRSTCAMEOF THURSDAY NIGHTWILL SCHOOLPLAYERS but regular advertisers with ledger Died Feb. 23. 1821.18ISDaniel I I 1863-Will-)1 Crewy, actor-
"Oh. Dad. hello she greeted,
HINT FROM MOTHER"NO I II accounts may have their advertise-\ I playwright, born at Bradford. N.
the door, "and Tecla.
opening come
i, mother, he didn't." admitted|j in." I I SERIES ments Advertisers charged.should give their t I D, Emmett, first IL Died May 8, 1930.

..l.nne.He Insisted Neuman "Mother dressed" asked Farnsworth BE BENEFIT CAME FOR SCORE ENDED 5 TO 2; TIGHT I street address as well as their telephone minstrel company leader author i w 1

merely made a gesture to put Dad abruptly. .4n number if they desire re- of "Dixie." 1859, born at Clinton, l PALACEHelen
"Yes, Luke." Mrs. Farnsworth in OSCAR MOLINA AND ALSO GAME UNTIL SIXTH Ohio. Died Jue 28, 1904.I .
under obligation to him. What do NW::: TEAM IN SENIOR sults. 'I
a dress as silver as her hair came LOOP. Twelvetrees and Donald
you think!" REGULAR CONTEST INNING With each classified advertise I "
|j from the Inner room. "What'swrong Cook in
BAR-B-Q CAVE VETERANS ment The Citizen will give free an 1828-Thomas F. Bayard l
"I could be arrested for what I dear?" she asked, apprehen- I The Spanish Cape Mystery
Razor Outfit. Ask for and
Autostrop grandson of noted states
think of Rob." Mrs. Farnsworth sively. STIFF FIGHT BEFORE CONTEST Comedy and. Short Reel
(Br JOVE) (By JOVE) it. man, Delaware senator, secretary'
confessed laughing. 1 don't believe I : : Mati.ees lO-15c; Night 15-25c
WAS TAKENBy Thursday night the Firemen ten The Bayview Park ten of the of state, ambassador to Great .
John Neuman had time to Identifyour FOR RENT I
of the Senior Diamondball League Social Diamondball League de-
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boat or 700. He saw the need I Bak
bats with the
cross feated the High School FURNISHED nicely .
for action and acted I understand outfit yes- APARTMENT
; This will be
( JOVE) ers. game a reg-
he's like that." The first game of the new dia- ular league contest and also a terday afternoon at Bayview ; renovated.Simonton Modern conven-

"Well. Rob was Jealous, mother."I benefit for Oscar: Molina, whose Park. The final score was 5 to 2. | iences. 529 streetoctZ93t "
mondball series of the Senior |
Anne hastened to defend her fiance. father died recently. It was a very good game until LikeACakeOflce

"He seemed to object to Neuman'i : League, and which was the first I Arthur Sheppard will bring out;the sixth inning. Up until then (NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT -

putting his arms about me. 1 sup I : game of Softball for the Bar-B-Q his Champion Junior Drum ands I the score was tied at one-alL But j with garage. Apply 827 }
I Bugle Corps and will give an exhibition
pose I should be proud that he thinks outfit, was taken last night at I before the game. in that frame the Park boys scored Duval street. octlOj j

that much of me, shouldn't I!" j I four three hits
Walker runs two
Batteries will be: John ,
I Bayview Park by the Lopez Funeral -[ TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN-
""That'.,for you to,decide," Mrs. Jr. the kid wonder, and Gabriel, bases on balls and one error to put ISIIED APARTMENT Conveniences
Farnsworth i Home ten, veteran outfit of I ,
evaded."Well 1 suppose the famous mbberman, for the the game on ice. porches. 519 Eliza 11 11
we should dress for dinner| the Fire fighters and the reliable, Oscar -
I city. I In the sixth canto. John Cates beth street Apply 523 South- y1.n
"Motheryou're looking forward!
for the
; Wardand Rordiguez
'.to this family dinner about as much r2y : c b I The game was interesting and Bakers. hit a triple with two men on the ard street. oct4

as I an." accused Anne. "Rob says I exciting until the last man was I A large crowd is anticipatedand bases.H. FOR RENT OR SALE l lt
the Parleys are going to be there.' Thompson and J. Moore for l
i put out. At the beginning of the fans are urged to come out
"They.-.would be," murmured the sixth inning the Embalmers had early in 'order to secure good the ABO lads and Johnnie Cates 7-ROOM; UNFURNISHED house.
woman with her whimsical laugh. and Elwood for the Park ten were Modern conveniences. 1122 Watson I
'There times when I scored six runs on five hits and seats. I t Ir t
are rejoice the leaders at bat. Street. Enquire, W. S. ti ,I

that my relatives are as distant in four erros. The Bar-B-Q boys[ ...... .................I I.IToday's Outstanding in the field were COONS, 621 Caroline street.

kin as they are In geography. As put over five runs on three walks,i Gonzalez, H. Sands, Johnson, oct29-2tx

much as I love Luke the two his two hits and two errors in the I Birthday*!j\;Walker, B. Pinder and Whitmarsh. I

,brother the In-laws and I sister can stand married In one are life-all fifth frame. Blonding hit a two-: ........................ 1! Score: by innings: R. H. E- WANTED I
time. Not that I'd let him know. bajrger with the bases loaded.In i U. S. Senator Lester J. Dickinson 000 100 100-2 8 5 WANTED dhance to bid on<

she hastened to aay. "Lee is still his the sevenht the Bar-B-Q ten I of Iowa, born at Derby, Iowa, Bayview park- your next printing order. The!'
funny little brother and Mabel. in to into:
added two more runs go 62 .
years ago.U. 100 004 00x-5 6 3 Artman Press aug7 i i,
spite of her girth, a little sister to the lead. The runs were scoredon
: Batteries: B, Pinder and Nelson
be cared for. I
"I wonder why Rob has never taken -I $, I a walk, three hits and one er I S, Senator Alva B. Adams'of ; Elwood and RusselL WANT TO RENT another house j FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE

Y Colorado, born at Del Norte, I large or small Apply 303,
me to see his mother and father the ninth frame rolled are as cool, fresh and
Anne mused. "They don't live so faraway i around and with it came victoryfor 1 Colo., 60 years ago. : BEACONS TO MEET Whitehead street oct28-3tx 1; healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of

; live OL a farm In the south-\ the Embalmers. Caraballo,i Oswald J. Arnold, president of FOR SALE I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
era part of the State, he says. I'd ten i absolutely airtight.
for the Lopez ,
first man up : the Northwestern Life Insurance I
like to know them I'd [ PARK TEN TODAY
; maybe understand
him better." doubled to center, went to third Company Minneapolis, born at i j PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed]
$30.00 and
I on a wild pitch. Sawyer flied out! Rochester, N. Y., 62 years ago. cards $1.25. The Artman I $35.00
"DaughterMra. Farnsworth
to left and Caraballo was trapped 1 I
arose came over to Anne.'hat !
l kx between third and home-two i Maj. Gen. Frank R. McCoy, (By: JOVE)
do you mean by that! Do feel U'j !
you don't know Rob well enough you to] outs and no one on. F. Lopez hita I S. A., born at Lewistown. Pa., This afternoon the Lighthouse PAPERS FOR SALE-Two' Display At-
with hot single over to right. A. Lunn ten of the Social Diamondball bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of-i
on years
go your marriage
hit to short and Lopez would have I League will meet the Bayview ice. oct6, Ice
It seemed to Anne that her r Thompson Company Inc.
mother's voice was tinged with I! been an easy out at second but the Amos W. W. Woodcock, presi- Park outfit. at'' ,

hope. "No not that." she hastened I' throw to first was dropped by I dent of St. John's College, Annapolis Tomorrow, the High School PRINTING-Quality Printing I:

to say, "only I believe''thai 'knowIng -'' Griffin-Lopez went to third on Aid., onetime Prohibitionhead team and the Lighthouse crew will the Lowest Prices. The PHONENO. 8

a person's parents and child-1, the play. C. Gates singled to sec born at Salisbury, Md., 52''Across bats. man Press. AR-J

hood, you can tell better how they,! ond and Lopez scored.: Bill Gates years ago I I
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will react to certain trials. I never' bunted safely) and' A.-- LuniV-' scored _

know how Rob will act In a crisis .* what proved to be the winning Dr. Lewis R. Alderman of the 1 I

like today, for Instance Y run.With U. S. Department of Education I 1 1.

"Anne. Mrs. Farnsworth leaned f four safeties in five times adult education expert, 63 years _.

over her daughter, dark eyes trou r. at bat Jones and Goehring were :ago. i "
\ /
bled. "Why not postpone your mar- the hitting leaders. Caraballo con %

riage to Rob until next winter! Will nected for two doubles in four Charles E. Adams of New York,I FIRMS

you do that dear!" tries. Leo Stanley hit three safe- president of Air Reduction, born 1

ly in five chances.In at Toledo, Ohio, 54 years ago. I
ANNE studied her mother In con-\ the field the best were: I

Put off her wedding I i, ..< aa Kerr and McCarthy for the Embalmers ..- Dowager Queen Marie of Ru-' Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
with the bridesmaids chosen the! and Goehring and Stan- mania, born 60 years ago. i J
new home they would occupy nearly j: ley for the Bar-B-Q boys, who

completed! handled 14 chances between them of chocolatein
Anne studied her image in the Largest consumers
"Mother, why do you ask!
mirror an error. England are young employed

"Oh. Mrs. Farnsworth's mood Score by innings: R. H. E. women, a survey shows. Star American Coffee
seemed to change "Just the desireof "Tecla wants to talk to us." he I Lopez .. 022 020 002-8 11 7 JOHN C. PARK ROSES
a silly old hen with a lone ducklIng TIFFSCASH
answered. "Anne. Rob's due in the Bar-B-Q 000 050 200-7 15 9 South Africa's first chain drug Ha. a last. cad! tr.m> that -
she explained. "I do want you
lobby in a few moments. Go down Batteries: A. Lunn is to be .
to be as happy as Dad and I have and Cates; store system inauguratedin tiny: fov 4 IB goal coffee

been and if you feel any uncertaintyat and meet him. And him daughter and go on, it won't to Lee'swith be Rosam and Martinez. Johannesburg early this winter. 328 SIMONTON ST. sad y.. caa b. ..r. that it' FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY

all. I want you to know we necessary to mention to him or the ------. --- ----- .-- fresh '. it'* Headed in SPECIALTY

wouldn't mind making plausible ex- Kjey, Wed. 4101 Division Street
others that Tecla is here with us,
cuses for you." wm it!" .I'.I'.I'.I'III.I"IIII PLUMBINGDURO
AnaR laughed In sheer relief. { LARGO, Ib>> 18c; PLANTS and VINES
"No, Dad, she faltered, "not it PHONE 29
"Don'\;;worry, I'm not uncertain." STAR tb 25c -
you don't want It known. ; ,

Yvonne Charlotte"Then pack we'd Is piqued that better new If we dress coral don't velvet 1 dress had to"Good goodness girl we run didn't along have I wish stop \ "Make Your Paper Pay PUMPS V. & S., Ib>> ISc. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

for that meal but I suppose Char- Groceries
tor her dinners and If
we lotte would have a fit if we didn't. STAR COFFEE MILL
'do, so we might as well give her ." The closed door cut off the explanation PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
something to be Jealous about. which must have followed \ You Dividends! r 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh

Anna came flushed and rosy from these words.Anne % PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
her bath to find Mrs. Farnsworth PHONE 597 ,
threw a long fur cape ovet
had gone to the other room. Method
her shoulders discovered a florist'sbox
ically the girl brushed her long,
on the night stand, paused to
golden brown hair', plaited It, then fasten a spray of gardenias along Prices SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
after slipping Into the coral velvet. I Money Saving
the lower line of her frock's square
bound the braids about her head. I Jewfish 2 Ik*. 35
'neck and then went into the hall
She studied her Image in the mirror More mystery from which both Yellowtail Steak, 2 I... 35e THE KEY WEST A
In of what al'
impersonally. spite
'she and Rob were excluded, and in Yellowtail .a Boa. 2 1U. 25e Office: 319 Duval Street ,
her mother had said she wasn'tpretty Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S AdS i
Her' eyes were a nice rich !which Tecla Sorkl, a comparative W Creeper 2 U>.. 25 .i
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brown but they were set too far I stepped from the elevator, a Supper, 2 lba. _______ 25e _
apart and her brows were too black household necessities. Make your paper pay you W TELEPHONE NO.1
i regal young figure, chin up no hint Mutton Fish, 2 [bee. 25c
for such pale brown hair.' of trouble showing in her eyes, as dividends. The most i interesting news ia the kj Subscription $2 Per Year
Fortunately she had perfect teeth,
she walked the few steps to meet today is the advertising where ean S FRESH SHRIMPLarge
paper you Try Your Heal At
for her mouth was generously pro | -ruE-
Rob. She felt again a thrill of pridein Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday -
portioned. She leaned forward surveyed dollars the family budget by $
save many on
his Fresh
distinguished appearance. Crab Meat ia tb cam 65e Paper Dclmonico Restaurant
the creamy tone of her skin. "We're going on alone." she told patronizing those merchants who advertise their j jgoodL FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY :
It wouldn't be long before it was
him after thanking him for the gar' S Business Office Citizen B.dwe! er Beer ____?.. ,lie
tan. two or three days in the
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Doming In, flaying the Farnsworth astounds hisrelatives S3S Fleming Street
with a sudden decision JENNIE B. DE BOER
f>ne streaks of rain. tomorrow. adveL ped in every package
A merchant who his prices FUNERAL HOME

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I ATTENDANCE RECORD AND New Dodge Presents Claims To Title>< Of 1936 "Beauty BENEFIT DANCE I Stop Chills


-- Winner"I I I and Fever!

The record of perfect attendance -qty| Rose Kerr Cynthia Perez, Doris .
Mrs. William
and punctuality for the Thompson, Waldo Collins Conway j Malone is Rid Your Sy.tem; of Malarial
Harris School, during the fix I Kelly, Chas. Lowe, Joe Mc- sponsoring the arrangements for
weeks' period ending October 18, Clough, Dan Stirrup, Hamilton the Exposition benefit dance to'I Shivering with chills OIKmnrrrt a.j:
I I! be burning with fevrr the -ih..t
Walterson Jack White. held at Raul's Club on November nr\l \ > ccs
follows: : of the effect of Malaria lnlr-5: < ho j *,
2. effort
Every is being made
Oscar Al- lA-Betty Armayor, Betty the disease will do venous harm to !:
6A-Melvin Adams, I I I u y t- r
'C Uielf., Lou I to obtain the best talent available!
Armond Almyda, Joan June Betty Caring, health. Matem a blood infvtn.' ti: .J
bury, Cash, j Rose Mae Hi gs, Kate Roberts, : in Key West. The choice will be I. for two things first, destrotmg the infection .
Bazo Harry
Civia. Miguel Mary Louise Spencer, Oscar Avila made from local talent and the I in the blood. Second: I b. ,mi-5!;
Merthyn Evans, Bobby Gardner the blood to the cderS of
up overcome
repertoire will consist of dances,
Tom Gato. Marvin Kemp, Arnold Floyd Kermit Hofer.[Roberts.Benjamin.Ernest Johnson Sawyer., The ttevr Dodge 2-door Touring Sedan is disungruabed a Smart and graceful in appearance, this new Dodge songs by both male and female 'I the disease!! and to fortify again,! tunher
Page, Arthur Ro:?erts, Carlton t>y anjiuenor made uncommonly accessible 4-door Tonnng Sedan is certain to win the approval voices attack.
Roberts. Ira Russell, Edward Alvin Thrower, Jack Wharton. ) by wide doors and by front eats that may be ;, of many motorists The spacious trunk a an blues and legitimate.Del Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic N TP 'CS
Saunders Chas .Ray 1B-1-Billy Brandy, Vernon 1 I adjusted for easy access to rear compartment integral pan of the safety steel body. Woods Orchestra has just I both these effects. It contains taris! :
Sands, Frank DiNegro,. Baker, Chas. Curry,'LoisAdams 't i i \\\ J received a complete new libraryof quinine, which kiDs the infection ia tie
Ellen May
Gomez f Broadway hits. Those inter- blood, and iron, wtach tnnchis tri;
I j Shirley Bradley, Carrie ,
Geraldine Kennedy, Praxides Nar- I builds up the blood. Chills and fever
cissa, Edna: Suarez, :Margaret Sara Lowe Edna Johnson, Bev- I ested are looking for another soon stop and you are restore! t., I., ,"'"j
White. erly Curry. ( i 'ri : novelty as good as the Apache' and comfort For half a cenhnC. *, c..,, -j
-2--Joe Fleitas; Norman I dance last Saturday night, it being Tastek Chill Tonic has been -un" r ,.1
6B--John Eearu% Eugene Johnson, Frederick Kirtland, 1 : i the first local comedy sketch'I for Malaria. It is j just as trful', f ." u ageneral
Spencer, Benjamin Lowe, Ray- to took: for old and young!; r'. .ir.t
be presented in the last I
Chas. Perez, Chas. Spencer, Mary year.
mond Ovide, Bill Carnes, Billy t 'I to take and abwfatrtv hartnlrMV: to;
Archer Edith Reservations may be made by: d IIIftII..
Baker Albury, Rose gin Get a bottle at an dr.::
Gates, Jack Aguerro, Russell Brown, Shirley Curry Blanche' telephoning 51. oct20-lt: store. Now-'; two sues SOc and 51. Tie

Mervin Thompson, Charlotte Ferer Betty Lou Gieen. I $1 size contains 2Y times as much u C.: :
Johnson, Lsurietta Kemp. Ruth I SOc size mod '.
I Subacrib. to The Citizen-20c gives you 257 more fur
Camalier, Wilma Russell Betty weekly. your 1DOIIe).

Ann Pearce Mary Sawyer, Jewel Perfect attend' "cc and punctuality I
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May Fine, Ruth Stricken, Doris for Division Street School I. ........ ,

Roberts. for the same period: 9 POUTICAL KEY WESTCOLONIAL

5A-William Bethel, John Lewis 6A-Chas. Lord. Donald Lowe HOTELIn

Day, Mamie Fernandez, Joseph George Moss, Wallace Vinson.
Hofer, Raul Cuesta. Julius Napolis, Louise Collins, Ruth Curry, Rosa I x ANNOUNCEMENTS the Center of the Business
George Machin\ Howard Russell. Gonzalez, Sara Knowles. Helen err 1
and Theater District
Jack Sawyer, Everett Spencer. Pinder. Norma RIggs.; Celia Rod-
Oliver Young, Harry Osterhoudt. riguez, Mary Frances" Smith, Car- 1 ELECTION 12, 1935 NOVEMBER First CI ..-Fireproof_
Armond) Roberts. Mildred Evans. men Sunti. Marg-ierita Velasquez.
Sylvia Gates, Far.nis Mae Ingra- Roe Valdez. In the new Dodge 2-door Touring Sedan, the This front view of the Luxury of an unusual order is the keynote of this .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFor .. ScMlble Rat..

ham; ,. Barbara: Johnson, Joan Roberts 6E-I-Gaitber Adams, Frederick full-width front seat is adjustable forward and 1936 Dodge radiator new Dodge 4-door Touring Sedan interior. The MayorDR.

Verlee Sawyer, Ellen :Mae Johnson, Jack Lowe, Hagan back. The back cushion of the front seat is divided shows the gracefully tapering completeness of the comfort provisions is indicated H. C. GALEY COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

Wharton. Sands, JackY nlow. Rosabell and each or either of the two sections may be lines of the radiator by sumptuous upholstering, restful cushion Garag Elevator

5B-Evelio Hernandez. Rene Bethel Florence Boza, Florence tilted forward; this arrangement makes it un. grille to which a raised and seat back angles, arm rests with sunken For Mayor

Jiminez. Agnes Pindcr Virginia Jarrett, Leonora Lopez:, Grace usually easy for passengers to reach the rear center gives a Gothic ash receivers, rear quarter window pivoted for WM. H. MALONE Popular Price .

Wagner. George Thompson. Harold Perez, Mary Tift.6B2Edward. compartment from either side. effect of classic beauty. variable ventilation--and other features.teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. For Reelection I

Sands Holland Felton, Billy Bur- Strunk, Malcolm ---- -- -

ehelL Earl Adams. Jr., Dollis Waller, Jack Richardson, B. G. .. .... .... .... .. ........ ..... .................. For CouncilmanDR.

Sclazar.Valdez Bradley,, Mary Barbara Ramsey Maloney,Ernest Stella der Albury Beccsise., Harry, Adele Paul Lee Roberts Carey.Beccaise., Billy Eloise Pin- :::::: PERSONAL: : : : ::MENTION: : ::::: I PEOPLE'S FORUM ARMANDO COBO X 71.of i'A. (

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5B-4A-Eugene Berkowitz, Roy 5A-Mario Alvarez, John Mar- -- -- -- - - ................................................. CLIFFORD C. HICKS FLORIDA
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Rogers. Sidney Lowe. Chas. Sands. zyck, Benny Lee Vinson. Lillian John T. Archer returned on the Phillip Gibson and brother .
Sherman Williams, Billy Helseth, Ackerman, Evan elina Cowles Florida this morning from Miami Paul, who were in Miami for a!) REPORT TO THE GENERAL his representative here and filed For Councilman ""''ACK5:0'MV: E--:

Clarice Fine. Margaret Pinder. Eleanor Larsen, Laudelina Perez, after an absence of several days. week on business, returned ono; PUBLIC FROM MASS MEET- with Bridge Commissioner J. R. n. GEORGE

Sylvia Sanchez, Florence Sawyer. Georgina Quesado, Rose Marie the Florida this morning. I ING COMMITTEE I Stowers to be forwarded by him MARCOS A. MESA, SR. WASHINGTON / -

Howard Cook Leo Cruz, Carl Saunders, Ruth Skelton Rosamond E.- Roberts I I to Judge W. H. Burwell, chairman JOO.a- ...
Mrs W. was an ar. Editor. The Citizen I For CouncilmanJIM ..._..5... ,e .+.
Ford, Adolfo Navarro. Elmar'Aguerro Taylor. rival the Florida this morninjrl 1 Norberg Thompson, Monroe' : of the Overseas Road and Toll n.wad.Hida.
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Rose Bethel Henrietta''I. 5B-Bernard Carmona. Will after a visit with relatives and county commissioner, sailed on' For general information we begto Bridge District Commission, which ROBERTSFor -S.i-....... ,,j :}raw...

Carey, Betty Chastain Yvonn I Roberts Rzyford Roberts, Eugene friends in Miami. i, the Florida this morning for a report as follows: On Satur-, he promised to do by airmail leaving a GAIAGI+a.-.. _

Cruz, Edna Mae Hoff. Lorraine : Roig, Daniel Fernandez, Betty -- I j I business visit in Havana and in I I I day, October 26, members, Chair- Key West Sunday. October Police Justice RATES..Sr.S0.1...a..r t 5. t

Russell Vida Mae Thompson. I j! Adams. Leona Arias Mary Cruz, I William M'endell\ who was in I:| the interior of the island. i i| man Wjn. H. Malone, Secretary: 27, with request that they be submitted T.S.CAROFor
I 1 Frank R. Delaney<< and Messrs. B.
Violet Peterson. Marie Robidere Rob- in Washington together MAYFLOWER
4A Josephine
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',i Miami for a brief business visit, 1 1 E. Fernando H. Gato
Thompson, Gloria Suarez. Margaret erts Cleo Rosam. I Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Galey re with any other bridge plans to be Chief of Police
Russell; Betty Lou Roberts. II i lm-4A-George Barber, J. D. returned on the Florida this morn-',I turned on the Florida this morn 1I I II '| Chas. H. Ketchum and Arthur II. passed on by the engineer-ex MYRTLAND CATES D iMw
Shirley Roberts, Betty Lou :Mc- I Sawyer. R. C. Skelton. Everett tog after an absence of several o'I Sheppard also Paul Boysen representing aminers and other departments of

Culloujrh, Fay McDonald Louis Sweeting, Rosalind Albury, Alma I'I weeks. I'I Engineer C. A. P. Tur-_ the P. W A. when application For Captain of Police =: =

Vancells, Edward Etheridge Frank I Asson, Della Mae Curry, Jayne W. S. Weff, chief Murdock Haskins Clar- I Disdier, Chas. the Florida East Coast Railway i I I J. Mark Wilcox and: The above 1150.4 ,
Guerra. Thompson, Gustavo { J. G. Kantor, local merchant,!I constitutes a full re-
ence Key, Henry Monroe, Aspinal Wallace, Billy Warlow, Shirley Company and Frank White I:who was on a business visit to Mj-I i I fully covered the importance, and; port of the Pass Meeting 'ComI Captain of Police FLAGLERt

Roberts, Irwin Roberts William ; Bullard. electrician at Miami arrived this, ami, returned this the' how essential the building and mittee to date, however, the pub- ROBERT J. LEWIS
Soldano. ,t 4 A-Anthony Boza, Calvin morning for a short visit with 1 Florida. morning on I completion of the Overseas High i I lie is assured that this committee "Bobby"MONROE >> >> R.., ..
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4B-Andy Alonzo Artemus Cates. Ray Johnson Edward 'Wells i Fred Ruter, electrician in chargeat way Bridges are to Key West. 'will continue to follow up, and 1'..
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Betancourt. Irving Bush, Donald Elma Maloney, John Sands Odes I Key West. I Mr. Wilcox stated that he had I I report back to the public any and .+a..rasa 2.L tGAImA6E4iwA
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Camalier Charles Cervantes Hugh McKillip, Palmira Pazo, Grace :i Mrs.\ O. S. Long, who accom-- just completed a survey of the I jail information received that has THEATERKay .raCfx.RATES..Slao4.
Papy, Paul Thorn; son, Amelia'I Perdomo. I mond Thompson. Delio Valdez, panied the body of her husband:t entire route where bridges are to! bearing on this important -matjter. Johnson-Jan Hunter in I ..

Bazo Gloriana Curry. Phyllis I 4B-1-Teddy Grissett. Gilbert Garland Cates. I Uo I Saluda S. C., for funeral serve be constructed fully familiarized JALNA WESr PALAfc BTACW

Sounders Edna Mae Taylor. Koehn. Harry Robidere, Ray I 2B-I-GeorJle Lewis, Frank j ices and interment, returned on i: himself with the absolute necessity -I Respectfully submitted, _

3A-Arthur Armayor. Ernest I Schoneck, P. J. Scheurer. Marvin Sands Fred Thompson, Hilton,| the Florida this morning. 'I' of their construction in order W. THE BLACK ROOM
I '! j ji I H. MALONE.FRANK ,
Avila, Earl Gwynn. George Jen- Smith. Phillip Strnnk Violet Al Tift. Alice Diaz. Juanita Griffin. for Key West and the Florida Matinee Balcony, lOc; OrcLes

sen, Kirkwood Pearce Everett 1!I bury. Fay Baker, Frances Collins.. Mamie Knowles, Frances )Mora; Keys to carry on, and assured i DELANEY tra; 15-ZOes Nights lS-25c f
Gloria Martinez. Camille Paw I I)i Gene Slais was an arrival on B. E. BRADLEY: ,
Rosam, Vernell Sands. Carlysle I Oneida Garcia Geraldine Labrado, I I ui of his full cooperation through-I "
Shirley Roberts. i! the Steamship Florida this morn- ARTHUR H. SHEPPARD, i
Williams Nell Rose Archer Betty Alice Lowe Mercedes Pereire. oat, also that on Sunday, October } iMdtnetn/r _
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June Brown, Madge Key, :Madge B-2--Barbara Lowe, Albert 2B-2-Curry Herring, James ing from Miami where he is, employed 27. he would leave Miami for FERNANDO II. GATO, BENJAMIN LOPEZ r .

Mallory. Sara Perez, Shirley Roberts Cash Cecil Arias, Gloria Riggs.I Miller. Jack Niles. John Ogden, i I'I by the Arundel DredgingCompany. Washington, accompanied by the| CHAS I(. KETCIIU1I.i )

Montine Bryant. Celia Villareal,I Melvin Russell Jr.. Joe Thompson, lie was called to Key I Overseas Bridge Commissioners.i Key West, Florida FUNERAL HOME : Tie GEORGE WASHINGTON
Manuel ,. Peter Valdez. Ruth Boza. Bertha West owing to the illness of his 'I October 28. 1935. Serving Key" West
3B Eugene Albury. James Cash Georgina Valdez. I II 1 I and that meeting had already been i tOO !.... "Ilk. Rut .*t $!... I
Castillo, John Collins( Kenneth 3A-Evelyn Atwell, Denora AI-i i(I Perez Nellie May Romaguerro. mother. arranged him with President I Half Century I 0.- .5 ie 9.e.4my....... r..
Jimmie de 1 A-Albert Atwell. Josie" Alvarez __ The mule is preferred to the 24 Hoar Ambulance Service : .-.4-. lot fl BM*... *M| .......
Padron Yolande
Meador, Laurence laison. Leona Albury, i iIia I Roosevelt
to take Wednesday
Carl Harvey Daniel Las- horse both Licensed Embjumer
I transport
Singleton Elizabeth Cates, Rose Guerra, Amelia Martinez.!I Miss Elaine Johnson, who was, October 30, at which time he
tras. Josie Sosa, Elander Smith I t and mount, in Phone 135 Night C96A\ II: .n 1II *.C
Curry Joy Elbertson, Elizabeth -Tonita Pierera Gloria Young. I. spending' a vacation in Jackson!I I would make every effort possible Ethiopia.I t { ):I ; J
Evans, Patsy Goehring Shirley Eloy Rodriguez Harry Sawyer. i Henry Hall, Fay Pinder. Kitty. I
I ville with her brother-in-law and Ito: interest the President in ouri ._
Dora Roche. 1 City Clerk ----
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Ingraham, Grace Pita, Barbara 3A-3B-Willette Camalier. Lor- I :
sister. Mr. and Mfs.\ J. D. Segal l,i behalf in securing a Federal -
Warren. |raine Goethe, Martha Gomez. Mary : 1A-1B-Lydia Aravella. Eliza- returned this morning on the I i I for the building and appropriation I WALLACE PINDER .............................e..e...

.. 2A-Kirkwood Bethel, Arthur! Elizabeth Knowles, Persis Larsen. beth Ann Gardner, Beverly Cruick-I Florida. ,i completion of the Overseas Highway : -i For Re-Election
Tngraham, Bennie Fernandez.Lewis Ethel May Roberts. Shirley Curry. hank. Florence Mae Mitchell, I
Lowe. Josie Pent. Kermit I Maud Elizabeth Roberts, Rose- Jack Currie, Tony Hinde, Walter II I!i further Bridges assured in the our Mass county.Meeting He!;I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT FOR SALE

Roberts, Leroy Sawyer. Roy Spen- mary Symonette. Grace Torres. Thompson.!; I Mrs. Wm. F. Doughtry, wife of I Committee I that he would also t o-

,er. Betty Lou Burchell. Elena i Edna May Eatherly. Alfred Lowe.. IB Nathalie Bethel. Joe I Cashier W. F. Doughtry of the,(I take up the matter of having the I WAVES .

Cordero, Rose Mae Camalier. Chas. Sanchez Ward Herrick Young, Kenneth Larsen. I II". and O. S. S. Company, re- 11 .... ... "
Navy Yard reopened and Submarine ..... _. .. --
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Dorothy Buckley, Jack Fleitas! James Ogden, Claudius Spencer. 1B-1-Mary Eatherly. Shirley j turned this morning after a visit!I Base ; Permanents QCT.f\f\\ ( ... -: .z: J,: ;- i.1f' ;J. 1
Loncfi. Velma Cater,, Eugene Al- put use. for ..__ I. "
Harriett McXeil. Dolores Machin,I Robert Pent ; i of one week in Miami. '. ; : = ( .
Kathryn Rust-ell. Phyllis Roberts. 3B-Mike Knowles. Kirkwood bury. Chas. W. Patterson Jr.,I I Complete bridge plans, specifications -: Better Wave, $5.00 and ap 7 : .' :; ; .
Marcus Mora L. C. Jr., etc, secured from 1 MRS. MILLER : : .
Irma Sands, Carolyn Suarez: Jane Carey, Harry Lones, Harold Richardson Taylor, were ] -: ,
Johnson. Andre Garcia. Armando Angel Kemp. Glenwood Knowles. Ir William Weaver. switchman. Engineer C. A. P. Turner through 140T i South Street Phone 57411 -. I r. ......
i-with the Florida East Coast Railway ..
2 D-3B--Edward Albert, Eugene 1! Sosa, Angel Alvarez, Roy Lowe. 1B-2-Hector Moreno, Armando -I. -----. .- ----- r..
Pereira Evelina Tonita who was inlIiami and Port I
Knowles, John Monsalvatgc: {Rose: Marie Sands:, Minnie Knowles.j I ,
Pereira Rose : Richardson Everglades for several weeks, returned -
!; Mary 1
Duane Ovide. \ Russell.
Paddy Ampora Ruth Beccaise.
Marian Solano Betty Jean WharIlOn. j I" Gloria Garcia Carmen Keys, Mary I on the Florida this morn-I 1 I I t .I Ia
:, check ing.I Bernard Roberts. Kermit !: Thompson. Eveh Coacon. _
Watkins Patsy Albury Marguerite !'|! 2A-Lillian Harvey, Virginia COLDS f/ill
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DcLeon. Nell Rose Sands. Nellie :i l Kelly Gloria Knowles. Berdina and I Captain M. M. ,Walter operator i I 2 eY g tn r

Throivei Ruby Wharton. I j' !Leto Rose! Marshall. Dorothy Malone FEVERfirst i, of a suction dredge in the Okee-, k

21 Anna Cook. Claudina Cor- j <<, Anna Taylor Francisco Gar I day 1! chobee District, arrived this morning w

dero Julia Cruz. Ruth DiXcgro i cia. Woodson Niles' Armando I liquid Tabkta HEADACHES on the S. S. Florida for a

C> nhia IIlg s. Ruth Keaton, Bet-':l Perez. Gilbert Richardson, Ray- Salve N.1Ie Dr.p. in 30 minutes 1! visit with his family. I

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T TERY' soon each of our %r
friends will be receiving an I, R .A

invitation to our Wedding; and I l" Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 7 Whi

w c want it to be the best looking invitation we can C-"* exclusive Beautiful
J head street. In neighborhood. Vle
Betty Goodwin (National Broadcasting Company fashion
Coral Park
of the sea and overlooking ,
Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the I reporter): "I suppose,Mr.Noe,you bare all the advance new on the 1936
5 Bundles for motor cars. What seems to be the new style trend I've been hearing a For price and terms apply to tL |
5c very finest; and that is why ore are inviting you to inspect our lot of things about the new Dodge."
25 in bundle remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations Floyd A. Noe (Automobile Manager, New York News):
S and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 195: I. "There is no doubt in my mind that the 1936 Dodge is the finest looking P. ARTMANl --
i and most stunnfcgly styled car that Dodge has ever produced. I have been
associated with the automobile business for ten years and have been intimatery The Citizen Office

:1 THE ARTMAN PRESS I realize yourself familiar that dating to Dodge that tune owners with the each very new name Dodge.of the 1 car suppose u synonymous yon- 'J'
y KEY 1j .I with raggedness and dependability, but 1 repeat that never have I
j i CITIZEN BUILDING seen sacn a beautiful Dodge as this new 1936 modeL"Se. Residence 1309 Whitehead StPAqE
the big new, money- Ying Dodge-"Beauty Winner" of
I .. 1936-now on display at your local dealer. ,
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