The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 5, 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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Political Spooks Haunt Party BONUS 'BOO I' IS Key West Escapes Hurricane''RUTH BRYAN OWEN\ [Individual Aspects Of National

I Chiefs As Election Creeps On DUETOSTARUN.NEXTCONGRESS. (Which Passed By Last Night LOOKING OVER \WPAIROJECTSJN CITY 'I Campaign Creating Much Interest

Many New-Problems Present SUPREME COURT WASHINGTON, OBSERVERS I Key West sympathise with-and I am not bothering myself! MINISTER DENMARK MAKING I Among Many Political Followers

f : other sections of the state which I TOUR OF INSPECTIONWITH 4 t _
Themselve While MAY ACT SOON WILL ECLIPSE ANY SIMILAR I Others would answer "we are OFFICIALS OF AD
I PERIOD IN RECENT TIMES suffered from the ravages of recent in no position to do anything so' MINISTRATIONRuth FLARE CAUSES Various Activities Bear-

Different Factions Outline I storms and rejoices i in the why worry about something which
ON COTTON LAW can't be avoided. Its nature anda

ProgramBy I, By.HERBERT Ily A.*rlalt4 PLUMMER Press) fact that the violence of the elements man is a fool who tries to pit Bryan Owen, minister to FIRE CALL ON ing On Outstanding Issues

WASHINGTON Nov. 5.-Politicians his puny strength and ideas Denmark who is visiting friendsin
not great a* was
was as
against the elements." Key West is extremely interested Bring About Much
BYRON PRICE expect the first ten days of predicted nor the resulting damage Still others were convinced for. !! in the rehabilitation program

(Ckfef .C II...... The Assel.ted I' BE TAKEN UP IN NEAR FUTURE the coming session of congress to as terrible. some unexplained reason, that the and is making a tour of inspection SpeculationBy

Prom "\......".... I I FOR CONSIDERATION I I eclipse any similar period of any storm was not going to strike the : of \VTA projects this
THe children and grown-up i congress in recent times. This city came through unscathed. city and for that reason gave lit-' afternoon. SOUNDED FROM BOX

who, :AND DISPOSAL THEREOFBy j They base their expectations on Strong winds blew at intervals iI tle or no heed to the reports' )I. E. Gilfond district WPA 23; APPARATUS RESPONDS BYRON PRICE
thought they saw strangoand l I I a simple but politicallypowerfulword which were sent out at regular i director will accompany ]Mrs. (Cfclrf .f n....... The A wbie4
terrible thing by the light of spelled "BPNUS." and the wind driven rain intervals from the!. weather bu j Owen on the visit of inspection.J. BUT FINDS NO FIRE UPON *..- "\...!..!..I

The last left hangingfire Gerry Curtis, assistant' director The political procession ha* attained .
WILLIAM S. WHITE I I congress I during the, night sounded terrific reau.A i
Hallowe'en need make will also be in the party. SCENE
moon no (Ily Auciate4 t'rrmnt two pieces of legislation providing few there were who did not I
WASHINGTON Nov. 5.To methods for payment of to those who were indoor, but th. give credence to the idea of a : Many or the changes which I a pace which not only bewilder

apologies. Ma.y of the politic&llJ'j I ward a life or death verdict in I the soldiers' bonus. Both have a I rainfall was muck less than at storm in ,November. "Pooh pooh,i I have been made since Mrs. Owen's i the layman but has some

great and powerful,are having..theante the United States supreme court I preferred parliamentary status in it's all poppycock, this idea of a last visit will be pointed out although 1I 1- Telephone bell at Number 1t
: 3. other times under perfectly normal storm in November. Just don'tbelieve !I she has remarked on sev-!I hardened politicians breathless.
Ithe j I beleaguered Bankhead cotton I, the session!! opening on January fire station about 8:30
eral occasions since her arrivti i rang
experience. act is moving with gathering 1936. conditions. it. an oldtimer was heard I Speeches statements polls,
I I to remark. I Sunday on the different aspect of o'clock
speed. One is the perennial measureof last night. The fireman
The general election.still,.!u .a Total rainfall during the past I the city. claim and
Whatever I alibis thicker than
Already having consented to review Wright Patman of Texas passed were the actuating -
year awar_, bat the dark fore I one case challenging the law by both houses in the last con 24 hours was 4.59 inches. Prac- motives for the various mental on duty answered the phone and a London fog. The best the political .

on half a dozen major grounds gress, but vetoed by President tically all of that fell during the attitudes voiced by thosewho TO COLLECT ONLY i was told that a fire was raging on
bodings which _always accompany Roosevelt. The other is authoredby were asked relative to the storm I
commentator do i
I|; the court has directed the govern- night. The strongest wind was can to
Fred Vinson of Kentucky one thing was noticeably absent Duval street between Angela and
its evident ment to offer by November ll, .
approach already are 36 miles hour and that while
I arguments why another and more member of the house ways and' per during the entire day and that TRASLGARBAGE| Southard streets. examine individual aspects of a

among the politician of bothparties. far-reaching assault on the means committee, and sidetrackedin I the storm center was passing was the frantic haste to board up situation of general confusion,
I measure should not also be heard. favor of the Patman bill by the I about 50 miles north northwest of windows and doors.of houses and An alarm designating Box 23

There is a prospect that if the margin of one vote in the senate.I'' the city. business places which in other I NEW SCHEDULE; WILL BE was sounded from the station. Ap- like war correspondents who are

Nothing is more deceptive than nine justices decide to open the Vinson Bill's Position This afternoon 2 o'clock. Me- times when hurricanes were imminent paratus responded only to learn able to see at one time only a
Sometime between the open was everywhere in evi- /I J WORKED OUT BY WPA
door the second suit-that
the smiling urbanity customarily to teorologist G. S. Kennedy at the -.t. there was no conflagration
brought by the state of Georgia ing day of the session on Jan- dence. SANITARY SECTION comparatively small sector of a
exhibited to the public view through Governor Eugene Tal- uary 3 and January 12 the mem- local weather bureau said that the Some few places during the < ept from & flare being used by

men in public office and men bYI madge-both may be heard together bership of the house will have be storm was approximately 90 miles afternoon placed storm shutters, t' novinjj picture men making hundred-mile front.
in fore it a bill for payment of the west northwest of Key West and and later in the evening a num- Beginning at once WPA i scenes for the "Mirch of Time."
December. j Many of these individual
aspire!! to public office. Underneath bonus. The "ayes" and "nays" of was apparently remaining in one ber of business places with large tary section trucks will pick' PI-I'I Operators for the a<-

a very large percentage of What Act I* the 435 representatives" will be recorded position. t. I display window sand expanses of only trash and garbage and I company poets of the developing battle ar>-

them really are pessimists not The act over which a legal either on the Patman billor The attitude of Key Westers glass frontage. took the usual (I no longer be able to collect were taking pictures on Duval highly interesting, though,
optimists. storm for months has been brewing the Vinson bill. when advised of the proximity of' precautions. But a"survey of the I j t l brush and the like as was forte .-. j I street\ showing business places: be- even :t

Political represented the first effortin The Democratic leadership of the storm last evening was varied.In city generally this morning show-!|,! ly done. 1 Ir tug prepared to withstand the onslaught is impossible at this stage to iv

hobgoblins are no re-, American history for federal the house hug been and will be I many cases persons accostedabout ed that many did not do so and J!f r Under the nejy sanitary piv-i I of the elements and shutters how they will fit eventually; inu .

specters of persons. They put government control of productionof from now or in serious confer the threatening conditions but few houses showed any active -.i ject, prepared by the State Board ,I t were being placed niposition. the campaign.

many a party chief into a mid. a major crop and upon it is ence to determine which bill will would say "well a storm can not] preparations to guard against I of Health, there has been a marked f, when the pictures were being taken Johnson An Enigma

night sweat and assail many a'1 based a law for the control of tobacco ) be voted on first. Politicians are I make things worse than they are wind and rain. I I, reduction in the number of''I by using the flares to lighten _

stalwart with creeps and jitters. I another great "money' laying odds that the first vote will -- -- trucks and men to be used in the the scene and make perfect photography I Gen. Hugh Johawn, who Kid.
crop." come on the Vinson bilL Their I -- -- work A. C. Tanner in charge of I possible. much to do with .r. Roose\cit .
Without reference whatever
any i The Bankhead measure empowers predictions are based on: the work said today.A strategy fa 199*, Ami who later

to the present occupant of : the secretary agriculture toallocate 1. Representative ,Dough- [ .cilfondExpl ias .Status .Of new schedule of garbage and made NRA faaMvaV is becoming

the White House it- is of record cotton,growers.: upon -ton of Northi arolip'hair:- ? ". ._ .' _trash collection js bging worked PLANJOJIESTORENAMES< 'I" V n 1f-eII I aa to .
that not even chief i executives the basiS or past yields, an allowed ma 'Y'ot'the ways and means out'by the'fruck drivers a'nd"will :

i a class Skeletons are immune.Are Rattling ass II I I issues quota certificates of production.representingthis lie committee 2. Action and of his the authority.American I Wage Scale ""In.'WPA.: Program .be days.announced within the. next few LEFT OFF his ington.In erstwhile. colleagues in Hash.

As quota to each farmer, who Legion convention this ., I I speeches and magazine
to 1936, both Democrats and I -
', may grow and sell that specified year in St Louis calling for i I LIST! OFYOTERSELECTION articles the General MOW reaffirm*.

things Republicans calculated are able to,to make visualize the I' amount without the payment of payment of the bonus with- FALMON ALBURY !I Commenting oa agitation which CUBA ARRIVES his loyalty to the "new deal"
any tax. Let him get above the out inflation.
praises the Iresideat I ,
teeth chatter. I West highly and
has been in
instigated Key
Every member of the house of quota however and a tax representing 3. That the house will DIED HERtfTODAYFUNERAL FROM l HAVANA ; COMMISSIONERS I then proceed to huabast governmental -
half the market value pass the first bonus bill pre-
under the
reelec- I n the wage scale paid policy:: in arveral Import-
representatives is up for L--.. TO HOtf> MEETING TOMORROW '
of the cotton is slapped on. Criminal sented whether the author ant dirertifas.
tion. Included are scores of:| WPA, M. E. Cilfend local administrator .*
be Patman Vinson. -
i penalties are authorized for or
Democrats who know their dis-' I Steamship tptba-l of the P. and {EVENING AT CITY Questioned by Democratic 1,1ders
tricts are normally Republican!!I handling uncertified cotton-a Byrne Get Petition SERVICES WILL BE r pointed out that i in cooperation O. S. S. company; which sailed about that behavior, John-on
maximum fine of $1,000 and a Stated bluntly, the Democratic: from Havana 9:20 o'clock this HALL FOR THIS PURPOSE has ranged thai he merely is try-
and considerable
number Republicans [
a of :six-months' jail sentence. leadership in the house (where : CONDUCTED TOMORROW with E. A. Pynchon
who wish they knew how, Ii I morning arrived here this after- nig to change the trend of an a-i-

far they dared go in condemning)!i The first of the suits to reach such legislation as the bonus must AFTERNOON i state WPA administrator, a 10 noon. Whether or not the ship ministration he dearly loves anti
the administration.Only I i the court, a challenge loathe constitutionality originate) is out to beat" the Pat- will sail for Tampa tonight will be Qualified voters who expect to warmly supports.Yet .
of the manites to "the d-iw. ---- I! percent increase already had been determined later. in
a third of the senators'' measure vote the election November 12 the point of it all remain'
made in the of action There's a petition on the desk / Steamer Florida is due to sail but who find their obscure to the Roosevelt
course an
but most of them i obtained for workers in Key West names missing goner
are up, of Falmon Albury, 65, died 11}
their I i'by Lee Moor, a Texas cotton Speaker Byrns new signed bya age from Miami 8 o'clock tonight for from the qualified list as published ala; for Mr. Roosevelt i.. "n firmly)
sleep disturbed by the proSe of the which o'clock this morning at his residence which is all that be done.
| can
of either I I'grower against the Texas and Key West and is expected'about in The Citizen last Friday, may committed to such policies! a-' t 111'
pert strong opposition 1225 Grinnell street.
from within their New Orleans railroad company!I forces automatically a vote on the I Neither he nor Mr. Pynchon cast 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. have their names restored. AAA program large relief expenditures -
own party or Patman bill January 13. The Vin- Funeral services will be held 5j I I
embodies most of the assertion'' For this of restoring and readju"tr".n'
purpose currency
by a militant and hungry group of bill if blessed the house o'clock tomorrow afternoon from'' d. anything about the scale."I '
son by
"outs both. I made in the Talmadge action but' I i INCREASED ORDERS names which may have been j (to all of which Johnson tak\ --
or the latter I ways and means committee, easily the chapel of Pritchara's Funeral am willing to do stricken omitted that it hard find)
So far the situa-I covers broader constitutional -( everything !! or from the { exception) is to
as presidential Home. Rev. Shuler Peele of
could be maneuvered into
ground and is regarded -: an even I possible to cooperate with any reputable BIRMINGHAM, England.The qualiied list, the election commissioners anyone who. sees the slightest! pos
tion '
itself is concerned of
plenty I than both Fleming Street Methodist Church
as affording a more direct I more preferred status committee which the world demand for Jews I will meet 7 o'clock tomor- eibihty tit he will pronounce it
skeletons in the
are rattling will officiate.Mr. I
closet. test 'I now enjoy jointly. laborers may name to work on an harps has increased to !such! an ex- row night in city hall, and remain -j all a mistake: and turn in the other -
And ways and means probablyis A'lbury is survived by one increase in the wage scale. However tent that manufacturers in this in session until 830. dvrMffOn.

The chief Democratic spook the most powerful single group daughter( Mrs. Lena Johnson; two!! officers holding the posi- city are unable to. keep up with This will be the only change! ', ," LandoV Boom
just now is the possibility that POLITICAL RALLY in brothers!!, Eddie and Harry Albury' the '
congress. orders.
Birmingham is said to
tions do neither do and
I we of us can given those whose names are
the supreme court overthrowthe i I No; recent development. in RcpnbBean -
may and two .
grandchildren. be the ,
II|i anything said. only city in the world not'pn the qualified list and are :
whole Roosevelt program.' HERE NEW ARRIVAL AT I( "I believe WPA workers havetaken where this particular musical in. desirous! of being qualified, should / Banks has. caused more
That would mean that a new program I strument is $Pfcub\tOB than the sodden hlo-
manufactured for take
POSTPONEDI ADVISORY advantage the opportunity
would have to be devised I the right steps in naming.a world distribution. SomiBg' oat of the boom for GOT.
right in 'the midst of a campaign I DU BREU1L HOME I committee to work for the increased it is pointed out. ernor Landm of Kansas for the
I scale instead of --- .. nomination
wage -- -- presidential next
else it
year or would Announcement ADVISORY 9:30 A. M.-Trop-
raise a constitutional i issue! which that the was: made scheduled today ical disturbance is centered about I walking off the jobs, since they
political rally
many Democratic leaders wish to to be held tonight, has been: Announcement has been madeof 85 miles!! west-northwest of Key cannot strike in the common acceptance -Miami's Storm Damage EstimatedAt year.Presented by his friend a= "a
the word. "
They merely -
avoid. West with somewhat diminished I Kansas Coolidge: the governor
postponed until some other date. the birth of a seven-pound boyto
There are others. The budget Wet Park I intensity but still attended by I quit and as an officer of the evidently plants to do only such
grounds at Bayview DuBreuil
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
tangle, the deficits, and the urgent following the rains of last night I yesterday at their home, 312 Wil- shifting gales!! and probably winds i government I cannot approve pay- I Million Dollars' rpeeehHwakias; as she is compelled t
rolls for them if they have not Approximately
do. His admirers '
necessity" of deciding what relief would it is expected prevent a liam street. near hurricane force over a very to say he will
funds to ask for next year-this, large attendance which will defeat: The new arrival has been given !small! area near center. Rate of worked. However I shall be gladto spend his time being i too busy with
diminished I lend my assistance to any offi- his present job to talk about national -
has -
all is part of a nightmare of dancing the purpose for which the meeting the name of Billie Merrill Du- movement somewhat I I
figures and gaping discrepiancies. I was to be held. BreuiL indicating a possible change cial committee in presenting the Hurricane news sent out by the A small fishing boat left Miami politics.

And the Republicans area j I I in direction but ship reports do matter of a wage increase to the early yesterday morning, That is conceded on ('\pry
show indirection proper officials of the WPA," he naval reserve network during the headed hand to be good. strategy-provided
change for
seeing to it that the specter ofd' not definitely any sea with three persons
the Democratic promises of 1932, S of movement from west- concluded. I night from Miami indicated damage Mr. Oman Mr. Johnson and son. I it can be executed. But ca i
is not forgotten. J Key West Administration Working I i southwest or west. All interestson Asked about workers being required I Nothing was heard from them up i he, etttjfifr is the midst of th-,

Political Blues | Florida Gulf coast!! urged to to pay transportation one; amoeunting to approximately to the time the report was received. -I farm belt, keep silent on the farm

I keep in touch with future advisories boats to point on the Keys whereJ question
Among the Republicans walk' from Weather Bureau. they are working Mr. Jl.OQO.OOO. Rocket Some of Us advisers say h>'
the of rivalries and For Of Plane Service t'I| were sent up from a
ghosts past Expansion
I Caution advised all vessels in eastern !! that the administration!! furnishes : ett was made'after vessel aground on Miami Beach.It cannot afford to be against AAAon
the insinuating certainty of new Gulf. transportation to No Name' Key] was later learned the ship was accovnt of the effect in the

ones.Vague -- ,.....f o and from there the men pay their :,a .hasty. survey of Miami and five 'a tanker and was stranded about west. Others say he cannot afford
and mournful questions j Further plan and efforts for I giving this city wider field from AAA
r a NOTICE way to points where they are three-quarters of a mile from the not to be against on
shape themselves in the murk mile north. and showed that most
: the benefit of visitors.: working.He ; Pancoast Hotel The of the account: of the effect in 'the east.!
Key West being which to attract name
Can a party split possibly! be! I i ,The Election Commissioners of pointed out that workers on l.f the damage was to power Uses, vessel was not given. I And all of the time the questionof
avoided if :Mr.! Hoover orIr.:! .: made by the WPA administration He has conferred with"1 James
I ; the City of Key West Florida, the Keys under the FERA receive Snake Creek where. a large AAA is being pinned toward
Borah or both decide to run?;|; were outlined to The Citizen this I Tongs president .of ..Miami-Key I will meet at the City Hall Council $12 food and shelter which is roW fr Buildings, plate glass number of men are employed, the center of political depute

How can four billion dollars be,! I West Airways Ino, and has also Chamber1 on Wednesday November greatly in excess of the pay for I and trees. was evacuated 1 o'clock yester- Just keeping silent !sometimes is

beaten Has the campaign started morning by Administrator M. E. talked with officials in Tampa and 6, 1935 for the pur- workers in Key West. Tare is a day afternoon and all of the men the hardest of all political tak-.

too soon, and is the tide turning' Cilfond.I I II I Miami. A joint meeting of the pose of restoring any name or weekly income of about $%.SOO I Water was reported two feet reached Miami safely. as many a candidate and near
back to Roosevelt? Suppose a''' interested parties probably will beheld names shown to have been improperly coming to people in Key West I Supplies were requested from candidate has learned in the pa't.
I ..
war scare lift up a "stand-by-the-I I Efforts are being made be I sometime this month when a stricken or omitted from from the wages paid on' the Keys. I deep Biscayne Boulevard and Fort Screven Ga., to be sent to
President" issue? j I definite decision is expected relative said registration books from 7:00 Furnishing transportation to
1 said to obtain plane service fromMiami i two women dead. The death of the Dade County Armory where ,
Perhaps the most realistic of, ,I to the service. P. M. to 8:30 P. M. and from No Name; Key by truckis CCC groups are housed. Disinfectants :

the Republican banshees is the' to Key West and Tampa:I Meantime efforts are being I :Please govern yourselves ac all the administration can do ,the women wa an unconfirmed bandages, bed clothes cloth

AAA. The problem of what to do'I and from Tampa to Key West to I' made to obtain six-day-a-week cordingly.CARLYLE in the matter the administrator report. ing, socks shoe and other supplies I $edgr4m.S
about the farm situation gives]I I service by planes from :Miami to I ROBERTS said but he has taken up the were asked for. I

many a Republican leader an Miami which will make Key West!I Key West and this probably will I IRA F. ALBURY question'tof the boat transportation Several buildings were reported It was announced the Ferry Es- ana ic .wry
ugly l turn time he out'i, I II into effect December 1 Mr. JOHN COLLINS Carl Bervaldi of i WHISKIES AND GINS
every goes I I the central point of tke service go I with Chairman down in Hj'aleab, and vicinityand trada Palma was at Port Everglades
in the dark. J I Gilfond said. I nov4-2t Election Commissioners. the county commissioners. a, number of persons injured. and all on board were safe.]I I

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mt t 4tW t 1 P A JUDGE CUTS THE FEES erected on the principal streets of .ed last night -at the Ati letc

c tP n I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALEDi I KEY WEST IN all thoroughfares. : Club. He knocked: out his op-

,published r ulv Except Sunday Cy: Some of the criticism that is directed i ponent, Sid Barrett, in the U Irl,
TIIK CITIZEN rlBl.lMll CO. 1'%C. I MouicSlu" DAYS GONE BY ....
1_ r. ART\:'i. ......I..t against the lawyers and the courts in this J. L. Nichols, authority on rat I round of the fight. The Key W

JOB ALLKN. .%...!.<..( !}..!. .. Maaacrr country is based upon the inability of the i '' t -w i f i Uppentnc. Her Jn t 10 Yean extermination :save a most instructive 'lad proved too strong and spec y
i | X* a chidJoa.rnsittr mt \ II Ago Today A. Tk.a From i
From The Citizen Bui.:lie* : address today at the for has opponent from Miami. ,
to issues
Coraer Greta and Ana Street. public comprehend many or to II L$ &nd ffftstfiXid plays w&h httstlf ; Tbo File Of The Citizen '!
understand the work done by lawyers and 11 in ttt stdfaf fata and GmrStnctv < weekly luncheon of the Rotary -
Only Dally N wpaper In Key West and Monroe officials -- / ad Bofbara. I*sufpor&if fxutl. > Club on the subject. "How To i Because of the social prominence
court in certain cases. At the II List night in the Strand Thea-
County. Get Rid Of Rats. Ills talk was of the family of Mr. and,
same time, the public is convinced, and 1- ter the chamber of commerce
ntered ... matterKIFTYMtTIi ;
second clan
: Ky: W > t Florida as I started a movement in connec- heard with interest. Mrs! William Perpall in Miami
----- rightly so, that very often legal proceed I l o lDrrr.d '
1KAB.MnaWr r .. Sly tion with the advertising cam- and because they are former re-i;
.f the AMlat t Frrra ings which are ostensibly instituted for the E SHt COULDNT ;x", 1 I 1i paign which will mean much for Editorial comment: Two more I'dents of Key WePt where they

eke Associated Press In .Mduslrrfy entitled to use protection of parties to the litigation, wind TAKE 1T I i Key West when it is perfectedand vessels will soon be launched on have a host of friends, the announcement -
for r-c-Wi: : *at1o; % of all new d'-patches credited to that it will,be was evidencedby the proverbially "turbulent sea ofjournalism" of the engagement <.>f
credited If. fbia paper and also in distribution of valuable in 1I
.1 >r not otherwise up a assets; : I
.r the enthusiasm which greetedthe in Key West, where their daughter. MMS Marjoru-
h' !
the local ne*> published rehATI&IAI
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the shape of fees and allowances among: ? t I speakers when the idea wa ! EDITORIAL) the lawyers involved. B .A< MMB-V.* BvaaM im bro.c s2 J..' The meeting auto time past attempted to ride r !': a great del of friendly in-

)) ASSOCIATION I Qei rtjffaft most prized. matically} 'converted into a drive the bounding flows but went to ,. terest. The date of the wedding
u seems to be a recent example of x 9
<=:/yLelr-tblA.. 93 :$ DOtfftS&lOtt if 4 t.lg/e111. sltliLzf&r for chamber of commerce memberships 'pieces on the shoals. We will see I I has been set for Tuesday evening.(.
this comes to light in New York City where i ,ktssonaLLu awe*fc / % !.i j.;, !\ in order to secure funds I what we will see. i| November 10, at the borne of the
lore Year _... 0000.I\I..:. .. .. "00'__ ..._. '_'___:10..' Federal Judge Alfred C. Coxe, criticized four yi4 A52yW42f. / /f to form the nucleus of an advertising bride's parents. I
Fix' MonthsTkr 00 00 m""" .-- _.. :.!: the "vicarious generosity" with stock- t fund. It was decided to I Baby Reyes was declared: the I I
Jn o Mvntn Month _... __...,_ I use all funds collected during the winner of the main bout in the I Subscribe to The Citizen-20e
Weekly* ......=::.-..-- .:.-._--:-=:.:-- :.xeAlt'ERTJcL holders' money and ruled against pay- membership drive to last 30 daysto boxing exhibition which! was stag. I I I weekly.

G RATES ments toa "multiplicity" of lawyers and :; awr 7K.T.J start the advertising cam --, --------- -- --- -- -

Hade known on application.btECIAL. committees in the receivership and reorganization Hb&rdnAys/ toyuvr Vie paign.

'OT'CI of the Paramount-Publix Cor- i ; 1\ f/atlirlrmrl fneneh.After a. bus* ctau
AH reading notices, cards of flu .ks, resolution of -' -'
respect, obituary notices, etc" fit >e charged for at poraton now known as Paramount Pictures .y. at CottunbJa Studios hi iUA1yu, r tar Malcolm Meacham. 'p !lidf'nt \
the rate of 19 cents a line.Notices uttLmalkrn_ to order ha tiLulyf < cf the Key West Foundation company For Limited
for entertainments by ci.urthe from whicha Incorporated.He iR trend a
; or go- !*v arrived in Key West yesterday -
revenue In to l e derived are 5 cents a line. I '
The Citixfn: Is am open foruni and Invites. dlscui states that 53 petitioners includingsome M ,1,.. I wivlout it I : afternoon with Mrs.!
.1 i in of public Issues. and .u**}* ts of local or general Meacham. Mr. Meacham conferred 1
Interest but it will not public anor.ymous communi of the most prominent law firms in 4t I
cations. with his engineer, Mr Time
New York City filed claims for "servicesand [ Caldwell this morning. Progress' Only

expenses" amounting to $3,239,828 in is being made on clearing the: ,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Meacham tract at the eastern i
a case which has been in the court for I
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN end of the island and a map is I, \
more than two years. The Federal judge being prepared which will Fh<*sin :I
loft a pnawait' Jrrunoqtfu ''
allowed only $1,026,711, disallowing three- 3S detail the properties which are

1., Water andlSewtrage. ..!! fourths of the amount asked for services a cat,and oonfls&tf tiuo pan oftt/o otr. boys, t4,41r to be developed _J| g Universal or HotPoint '

2. Bridge to complete Road to Main- and two-thirds of the alleged "expense"
-------- - -- Cuban Consul Domingo Milord, '
land. money. lie pointed out that "receivers, ; Electric
accompanied by Mrs. Milord returned
,: '-' fl\" trustees and their attorneys are court of- Saturday from Havana HOUSEHOLD .
1. FreeiPprU'. ; IRON
I" f. t ficials" and "can neither be ] where Mrs. Milord underwent
t expect nor I TODAY'S WEATHER An exceptionally well
constructed I
otelsand. ApUtrr. nts.l -
4. .,
paid more than a 'moderate compensa- treatment Mr. Milord told The Iron for general I Iron i
5. Bathing Pavilion. Citizen he had been informed a household purposes. Finely
tion.. bill has been introduced in the tapered point and beveled :
6. Airports-Land and Sea. Temperature* Florida: Partly cloudy: tonightand edge Nickel PlaUd. With a one year guarantee

Consolidation of and The ruling of the judge will commandthe Highest ....................--.-.............81 Wednesday with possibly Cuban house of representatives
7. County City for the
respect of practically everyone and Lowest ..........._......................-....70 showers' in northwest portion; not erection Appropriating of Cuban$50,000 school which =and: 1

I Governments should be generally observed throughoutthe Mean I .......>...................._.....-..--..76 I much change in temperature. will be erected a San Carlos
Normal Mean ...............+...........76 Jacksonville to Florida Straits: on Carlos PinItUpHandy 4-! .
United States. rtreet. adjoining the San a
Rainfall Moderate east to southeast winds! .
Get ready for the Red Cross drive. 4.59 Ins. and partly overcast weather tonight building.
Yesterday's Precipitation
THE VAMPIRESIn Normal Precipitation: .... .11 Ins. : and Wednesday.East Lamp : ..
.Tit.. rrr.r. .-.vrr :.-..... |.eried Gulf: Fresh easterly winds Arthur Sawyer Post 28, American t i
When your right hand becomes tired dime, at A .'pl_" sal. a..alag.; except shifting gales in vicinityof Legion, will celebrate Armis-
shaking hands, switch over to the left. current slang, as is well known, Tomorrow's Almanac storm and probably winds of tice Day with & fitting programof BOTH :

the term "vamp," is a contraction of "varnI Sun rises ..._.._..__..... G:38 a. I hurricane: force over very small sports. The post urges all

I pire," is used to designate a seductive fe- Sun sets .....-.-..-...-.... 5:44 p. area near its center and mostly parents in Key West to go to the $
The best way to keep government out :Moon rises ..._..-....... 2:46 p. m'l overcast weather with occasional army barracks on that day and by !
of business is to keep business; out of male. In olden times, and even in recent Moon sets ..............._. 2:17 a. !showers: tonight and Wednesdaywith their presence encourage the I $355
years in parts of eastern Europe, the vampire Tomorrow. Tide. I, heavy squalls in vicinity of children to take pert in the pro- for I
politics. disturbance. The track meet will begin
was a more sinister and fearsome en- A.JT. P.M. I gram. j
10 o'clock: in the morning of November I
.. ..... ...
tity. High 5:44 6:12 i interesting
WEATHER CONDITIONSThe 11 and number of
Just evolved a dandy squib when Low ..........._.......11:50 Terms sec down
In its original meaning, the vampirewas events will be held.A
called away from the typewriter and p-p-ft Barometer 8 a. m. today: I
supposed to be the soul of a dead per- tropical disturbance is cent r--- 75c a month for
it's gone. son which leaves the buried body at nightto Sea level 29.89.WEATHER I tered this morning about 85 miles force of men began work today
west northwest of Key West and erecting the new street signs 4 months
suck the blood of living persons, usually FORECAST apparently still moving west i recently purchased by the city.

Things are pretty bad since the can- causing their death. Hence, it was be- southwest or west. Its intensityis I There will be two signs at the 1

didates don't even hand out stinkadories lieved that upon opening the grave of a (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) somewhat diminished but is I intersection of each two streets. The Key West Electric CompanyHOUSEHOLD :

anymore. Key West and Vicinity: Partly still attended by shifting gales and The signs are mounted on large ,
the would be found still
vampire body cloudy tonight and Wednesday; probably by :winds of near hurri- poles and can be readily read
fresh and rosy; from the blood thus ab cane orce over a very small area from a distance. They will be .

Trading in Key West is an exhibitionof ),. near the center. The storm passed -.- .- -
""& -, I
sorbed.Dead ''' Key West early last night with
civic that
loyalty every good citizen persons most likely to become the center about 50 miles north

should attempt to make.A vampires were supposed to be those who : norhtwest the lowest: pressure

had committed suicide or had come to their f.\ ) I being 29.68 inches at 8:30 p. 'nu,
and the wind velocity 36
newspaper, as a rule, is no better death by violent means, also wizards, highest
\ i miles an hour from the wef't'8:20p. !'
than the community in which it circulates, witches and those who had been cursed by ? I m. The storm was accompanied ]

and rarely is it any worse.If their parents or by the church. A cat Jtr. by heavy rain the total amount I]i
West for the 24 hours
at Key
crossing a grave might transform the occupant ., L'r "ep ending at 8 a. m. being 4.59 inch- GOODS
things do not go any too well for a into a vampire.To Mostly Cloudynot .es.

Key Wester, he just grits his teeth and stop the depredations of a sup- much change in temperature; t G S. KF. NlmY.

grunts. The grits and grunts are always posed vampire, it wAs thought necessary to fresh winds mostly southeast. Officer in Charge I

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handy. -- --
drive a stake through the corpse, sever the
........................ tnd the Baltimore belle West
head the heart burn
remove body, or
Point soldier of France
The only way to get through a diffi-. pour boiling water and vinegar on the Today'sAnniversaries born graduate in Baltimore. Died at

cult piece of work is to start working- Pride's Crossing, Mass, Sept. 3,

looking at the ceiling blowingsmoke rings grave.Later the term vampire to 1893.
applied Visit
doesn't was ........................ Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To
count. : certain species of blood-sucking bats of
W. Frodney
Central and South America, concerning 1810 lawyer-Alphonso, jurist Taft cabinet Cincinnati officer -!I Mich'gan's 1835--Joseph long-time congressman. Our Store And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY

Besides his many/oth r accomplishments which many popular superstitions have and diplomat father of the : high tariff leader, born in Black- HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There.
Jonah is also 1'JEl'ident.Chief Justice Bern in ford Co., Jnd. Died at Sagniaw.
somjf prognosticator. also: arisen. ; :
Mich. Jan. 8 1932.
'' Vermont. Died May 21, 1891. !I ,
Given two guesses! he can' i tell you the Firally, we have the alluring vampire ,
1855 Ella Wheeler Wilcox.:
name of the next mayor f ;I West. -
py or "vamp of the movie screen and : famed editorial writer' and poet
18 J Benjamin F. Butler
--- Main Street. But there isn't much super- I noted Massachusetts! lawyer: Union j'j'I of her day born at Johnstown MOPS\ AND BROOMS GARBAGE CANS
O. O. McIntyre says of Ruth Bryan stition about her. i general, congressman and governor Centre. Wi!!. Died near New Haven

Owen minister to Denmark, who glories I I', born at Deerfield, N. H. Died Conn., Oct. 30, 1919!?

in] the appellation "adopted daughter of A.LEADER PASSES i Jan. 11, 1893. 1869 Nicholas Longworth, KITCHEN WARE WATER COOLERS
Key West" Ohio congressman Speaker of the
that she is tops in statuesque
i 1830-Jerome N. Bonaparte, House. born in Cincinnati. Died .
dignity. (Hollywood Sun) grandson of Napoleon's brother April 9, .1931.

It seems to the Sun that not sufficient atten- --- -.. CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

Gravy, who is: the golf editor of The tion has been given by the press to the death of ..

Citizen should get up a \contest between : Glenn Skipper. True, he was a minority party

the 1V'-\Its and the Anyways. They are 1m: leader in a hostile state, but he managed to do IRONING BOARDS

favorites for he mentioned each four timesin II great: work for his state at a time its chosen leaders DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY

a recent article. were helpless. He had the approach to.the
dominant party at Washington and used it so well

According to the Sample Ballot whichi I that he obtained great things for his state. even YOUR TOWNt

an exact replica of the Official Ballot before it went for Hoover the first time. l .J';.
certain candidates are definitely indicated I I after that came the huge appropriation'..f : t .

by profession and some have their familiar Okeechobee Flood Control .,Project, a, moon, "-Anti ..,.. \, ,*: .- -'
I .
appellations appended. Presumably the I I work now being completed.. '" '-1io.1 _; All :Modern Banking Facilities Dinner Sets, $1.00 and Up. .
I \ .;.. ,_ _
object j is to make the identification unmistakably I No man worked: harder
complete.Our for his party and for his state than this native born ,

't leader. He came from the stock of the old cattle I I

Friends, the Quakers! are a fine kings of Central and North Florida a type that

lot of folks, and all of us outside. that fold I I j hal figured largely in our state history and left i First National Bank of Key West I II I i

would do well to emulate *h. r '
ways. Of their marks Mr. Skipper never pained-the recognition -

the millions on relief not one Quaker has t nor the reward'he deserved, either from his I I Member of the Federal: Reserve : III I I j South ';Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
applied for
government '
largess.! Now if own party or from the state at large. There is I II

the Catholics and Pro+tants: would only '. something sad about his early demise in ill healthof Ptcne 593 White and Et'za Streets
follow Member of the Federal: Deposit In.uraneCorporation i(
suit all governmental emerrrcasy body and worldly affairs. It is enough to discourage I !
Ii IiI
"Your.home is worthy of the best"rAG'
agencies could close up shop, and the undermining others who put their faith and trust in
of character cease. I politics. ,I l

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For City Cterk

I LHIGH COURAGE .1I I I I Today In History Today's Birthdays HENRY F. SAUNDERS

( by ieaatae Bowman, I I........................ ........................
SPORTS'ARRANGE Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
13Tsopgla 1660 -Columbus returned to Ida M. Tarbell of Conn., biographer weekly."
I J Spain from his third this I and author born in Erie
: A.n. fanuitert Anne but I've learned In my years I voyage ,
Ka.*had 10 oonttnd tk* <**cl..rita.c.wkU./ kcr. trying relative on the bench that it's kinder to time fettered and chained by the Co., Pa.. 78 years ago. .1..111.. Leactag H..r

(. reav.errow 'M .* .wide 1I 4eatk of key fatktr and think it Ill be back in Santo' Domingo--immediately released THE SEMINOLE
totter. A><* k.rView 4. Judge over a mo Major General John F. Pres.
titlingg. .ha* toll Ur !*. trrriblftntk ment. I and honored by Spain's ton, whose term of army inspec: f
-- to mot only cut wills
cu U/otran of Sias r7.. but Anne sank Into the chair. For a rulers. tor-general expires this month,
ekeit t*. Serge Fanwicorfk estate: few moments she sat staring out of -- --- -- born in Baltimore 63
to divided go year: a we..abs will years &
not...pnrtfe-fvate., for else to not the window. looking down the nar- J' ....................... I 1605-Historic English gun- 1Rr Gr 131 lalg{,,.
41. Fanuieorfk.ter oH. row canyon of buildings to where .( FIGHT .j j .r ABC OUTFIT DOWNS. powder plot of Guy Fawkes, annually Grove 11, Patterson of agO'1 I +. tr

the Willamette a gray ribbot of FOLLOWTHROUGH\ I observed there 0., noted newspaper editor, w
Chapter 10 water wound along at the far end. ed. di.qcover-I jit Rochester, Minn., 54 years a aJark..avllle
MEMORIESAXNE The river was grey the roofs of the CARD HERE FOR I BAYVIEW PARK TEN I ago. x t
buildings were grey the rain clouds a
listened to Judge Kellogg 1781-Joh'n of Mary I
which hung low in the sky were ARMISTICE DAY I I .! U. S. Senator Joseph C. O'Ma-
her she was not the daughterof land elected president of the Continental
grey. And the girl who looked out honey of Wyoming born at Chelsea -
Luke and Lucinda Farnsworth In PITCHING DUEL ENDED IN I I Congress after the Articles FI.....
of window felt
the she
as though (By JOVE) Confederation went into Ma.s., 51 Y'ea s ago
bewilderment of
were steeped In a greyish mist of ........................ FAVOR OF ELWOOD theo- CRAB B. GUIS EU. XtW':
But rYe always been their daugh confused heartache. [ FIVE BOUTS WILL BE STAG.;! I effect-from whence arises George A. Ball of Muncie Ind.,I A human, home-like I institutionwher
ter." the murmured Inanely. "Why I I The Firemen have made a great 5 TO 4 ry held by some that he was our lass manufacturer, Republican yon will find y.*r Isdlvldaalemf.rt

Judge. Mrs. Harney was saying cot "IF 1 could cry. Td feel better not I| ED AT BOXING ARENA IN i bid for first honors in the Senior first President leader, born at Green Ohio, 73 ter of great am* Importance.eatertalaMeat a mat
leu than an hoar ago that she re so smothery. whispered. League. : They have won the first years ago.
membered mother coming home suppose I'm stunned now like I was ; two gam S';they played. The open- JOVE 1918-Allies sweep on to Ger-
from the hospital with me." that u_that awful night Soon 111 I WELL MAIN BATTLE ing victotry: was attributed to the!I. The High(By School team) of the many while Germans talk truce. Will H. Hays, president of the I A steel!. the fire)heart rf hwlldlBar.( the city Ideated
Anne" agreed the edge realize." excellent' pitching of Johnnie I, Social Diamondball League de- Motion Picture Prodrcers and Distributors -o--

"Luclnda didn't know the difference The thought was terrifying. She Walker. !r. and the hitting of I feated the Park ten ina 1934-Election-eve riot near onetime Postmaster- Every Room with Combination Tub
Herself then. It you'll remember I couldn't be a nobody. She Jumped to 'I Pubio CarbonelL The playing oft i Ilazleton. Pa.. takes toll of 5 and I General born at Sullivan Ind., and Shower Bath. Radio>>, Electric
A total of five fights regular league yesterday Ceiling Slat Door for Summer
what the" told Lucinda be- her feet and sped to the next : inc:1ud'I: 'I J. and M. also !Ia game ";
you room Garcia Lopez was injuring of 27.Today's. 56 years ago. I' Ventilation. Comfortable Beds wits
ing a "battle royal afternoon by the close score of 5 I I
came HI at Crescent City. while on a where Judge Kellogg was staringout contributing factor. On'the '. Mattresses of Inner Spring; Construction
trip there with Luke. They rushed I of the window. scheduled on the fight card which,! other hand, the Bakers outhit the: to 4.Elwood ........................ Will Durant of New York pop- and Individual Read
lag Lamps.
ber to the hospitaL Her baby was "Judge" she tried to control the is part of the Armistice Day celebration -)I Fire laddies but their safeties did. and B. Pinder pitcheda I j fnlar philosopher born at Adams
k born there and died. Your mother '' hysterical note in her voice. "Judge which has been planned ) great game, but the former Horoscope RATES
: not come at the most opportune, : Slaa-te
i Mass. 50
'I' : ego.j
had died that same night at the time who am I!" jointly by the recreation section I j 1 moment,' Albury connected for j i finally won out. I ........ ...... ..... .. I years Tit R__.. Private Bath __- 17...1
of your birth Fearing the effect! the I Ansel Kellogg turned, and he who of the local WPA and Arthur!; In the closing inning of the contest S. R.*... Private Bath _.. 2.5e
safei blows. Bethel hit
truth would hare upon Lucinda you had sat at the bar of justice sentencing Sawyer Post, American Legion. ;; two a drove the ABC outfit made a The native of today: has a strong j misunderstood; but it will gener-I.e R .mia.,. Private Bath _____..__ 3..1
gle and a double and only command the -of its a> Private Bath '
were given to her as her own and not I men and women to life Imprisonment The fights will be offered Armistice -I I strong bid for the game. Whit-t and independent nature that will ally respect j 11. Sar.le R*.... Private Bath 4JK*
in The only real safety j'
I one run. associates, though not admittingit '
until she had fully regained her or the noose, found it night at the boxing arena in )I carry it through life with the SLIGHT PHRASE FOR DOIBLHt :
that was hit at the right time was to close companionship. OCCCPAJVCT
the Navy Ball Field. i, the triple by Higgs with Albury the Funeral Homers and Firemen I practical assurance of successs.The
mind be taciturn and
V'ai The main bout will be between met. Carbonell and C. Garcia may I --- ---- ---- -
I and Ward g\ bases. In the field. '
"Pimpey" Rojas tipping the I I Albury AceVedo and Hale handled starred at bat with three hits I reserved, in which case there is'I'
be I
that the nature
scales at 165 pounds, and Emory 15 chances without a micue.' I each. Carbonell drove in three may
Blackwell, weighing 170 pounds. I runs. For the Embalmers, Kerr 1
marsh, first batter up, doubled toI
Rojas has fought and won three hit three saely two of which I
I I In the Bar-B-Q-Lopez game 1 1I. left. Moore flied out to first and :i
fights in CCC camps two KO's the hitting of Jones and Goehringof were good doubles. Ingrahamand I B. Lowe hit to shortstop, who !
decision. He knocked I. .Sterling tripled. In the field I
nd out
: one i Extra of The CitizenCONTAINING
the Sandwich boys featured.f made a wild peg to first and Whit- Copies
Duke Warren and Kid Tarzan. Each connected for four out of J. Garcia :Cub rinan. Jr., starred t marsh scored. B. Lowe stopped I
with'Figueredo i with his wonderful running catches -
here and fought a draw ; five. The Bar-B-Q outfit fought at second with the tying run. Onj I Ia
outstanding contender]! until the last man was out to win in the outfield. Kerr and Sawyer wild pitch, Lowe went to third.)i
for the heavyweight crown of Key :the game. In in the ninth with for the Lopez ten<< were outstanding Nelson hit to short and Lowe went !

i West j the Embalmers at bat and two also. out, short to home. It was aj! THE

a Blackwell has participated inj outs to their credit. A. Lunn hit great play by Sawyer, who was |
: # 12 fights 10 of which he. won to short, who could have tagged The four clubs are playing a knocked around but held on toj i

: two of which went to draws.I' second for the third out but threwto good brand of ball and some real the ball to save the game for his i

Local fans are wondering if the first who dropped the ball and I tough games are expected in the club. '; LISTON

thirteenth fight coming up next', the game was lost. In the field. future. Funeral Homers' club has At bat, the leader was Sawyer) QUALIFIED
Monday night will be his jinx. Kerr and McCarthy handled eight I i been hit hard by the loss of play- with two singles in three times I

The semi-final offering will be chances without a miscue. Stanley s I ers. H. Gates will not play any-1 up. Lones connected for a sin-i

1 zx between Bobby Waugh, weighing made the best catch of the eve- I m re. A. Loan has transferred gle in his only time up. B. Lowe I
121 pounds, and Kid Pelican, at ning-a one-handed stab off the I,, his residece to Fort Lauderdae.i : singled in two tries. j SALE AT
the same weight Two other pre- right center field light pole. He 'i Gopher has gone to the CCC B. Pinder and Gonzalez for the j I

liminaries include Blondie Roberts also made two running catches in camp. The Bakers have lost Peter School boys, and Sawyer and !i

at 124 pounds, and Pi-Juan, back of first base. Castro and Pena who very"sel- Blondy Roberts or the Park ten
at 126 pounds, and Mario Garcia dom come out. The Bar-B-Q played a good game in the field. .

a 118 pounds and Young Santana, In the third contest of the new I!' aggregation and Firemen have t Score by innings: R. II. E. The Citizen Office

6 :%Y ,a 118 pounds. scheduled in the Senior League.];| good clubs and when the Sandwich Bayview Park- i
%'PS r Five negroes will take part in I boys get started good look 203 000 0-5 6 7
the battle royaLA sons. The bell for the first fight I'I out brother teams. They willi High School 100 200 1-4 5 4

special section of bleachers 7the "battle royal-will ring out spread the ketchup and onions allover Batteries: Elwood'and Sawyer;
I i
"Things: .. tiK.. ; ..._. ..... -rr in in life. Anne said. is: being reserved for colored per- at 8P.M. the field. B. Pinder and Nelson. I

R Jeugth and tad began asking almost impossible to speak. lie -- -,
queer 'Questions, was she told the looked at the modishly clad girl at I ; 4 .
truth. the white face dominated by the :

And suddenly Anne believed. wide-set dark eyes and darker brows
tattle unrelated things flashed out of at the brave uplift of the chin.
her memory to confront her with "Well find out somehow he
their evidence. promised.
She had told Barney, she never That means you don't know," she .

Hinted. She dWn't faint now. She declared. "Please won't ;you tell me 1)-. "
stood up. gripped the ehairback nose everything? It's going to be easierto : .
her knuckles were white and her know the truth than face any .
,nsers; ached. Those people. That more uncertainty like this. They ain't stream lined .
"van and woman whom she had "Let's' go back and sit down," he

used whom she still loved so suggested and arm about her shoulder .. t
arly over whom she had grieved he directed her to the inner .

&.t deeply. They were not her parents. room. I or air conditioned
'1..1 can't can't quite believe 'Judge' wouldn't adoption papers
Her voice was husky labored. : tell about my parents?"

.t's so so melodramatic fan- I "They :would Anne If there were
-. lie. Things like that don't happen I any papers. It was due to their absence but they sure are mild i4
tn life." that I learned as much as I did.

In a tuomeiil she would awaken The\ Westport attorney. Clive Bur- '

Tiiis: was another of those terrible ton's his name telephoned me last and ns
earns which had haunted her sincee i night. lIe knew 1 had acted for they sure got taste

night of the tragedy. There wasa i Farnsworth, at times and thought I
clock ticking slowly in the room. I might be able to locate the papers or 'tcS/9.' .
:ike the clocks at school. Lncinda I some record of their having been

'Lake but why hadn't they told I drawn up."Barton.
!ter? I said that Farley insisted 'Y.,
I there had been no papers drawn. lie

MUM' EN'T of rebellion swept.over, said your mother had come into the -
.:\ her. Why had they taken! her toM i hospital as- an emergency case unconscious ?;'; 'J+ ;.. .

i.ieir hearts poured their- love and II alone. She died the same
,are over her with such lavishness night. Farley was Just beginning his
lien withdrawn everything, at a law practice at Crescent City whereall 't af
time like this? of this took place. Luke sent for
Judge Kellogg motioned to the him. their first meeting by the way .
had but as your mother didn't regain
imsteboarj cup of water be 3Gb
drawn from the cooler and placedbefore consciousness. there was nothing he
her. She coked at it stupidly I could do." lie paused at the quick

He picked it up and thrust it into gasp! which came from Anne.
"That's It that's what Tom
her hands.MDettl'r drlnk.he tnaISIN. -
Farley has known about me. Judge I

It she could only deny it in her Kellogg that man hates me." II -
heart but she couldn't. Childhood. "1 don't think he's overrunningwith

Visitors meeting her for the first love for anyone, excepting Tom I t
aw 1
Farley. Kellogg replied. '
time. %.v' Y cA i
"Doesn't reaembie either one of Anne's eyes were wide calm now. I
She nodded. understand. if be can
you And they'd she would say. rush to a mirrorto prove I'm not adopted; then I won'tbe > t'J

sturdy her; reflection: searching for able to ask (or my share of the .. #

one resew r:3.IUtr be: :o..a feature or the other Shed so tried estate.Kellogg" nodded. "That seems to :: .*

She remembered tow unable to be the idea. If be would only be content r : I

copy Lnclnda's small-boned to stop there." r -T :

feet fulness.apart she hands bad taken clasped to grace-I "He's"What do planned yon mean further!" persecu .: 4, -.5- r

back chin out. like Luke and how Lion Anne. That's why I said I must ,
they'd laughed and Lucinda had see you before anyone else

cried a little at the ludicrous little (CoI lg1at.. JJJS. t>y Jean: *. Botcmtrmi
figure she'd made. made of
The Judot plans Anne's cam |
Sorry I had to tell yon like this oaign. tomorrow.

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1 I I mild ripe tobaccos x
i i to play the 12-A's. This will be:
i a real came as there are members' :
,Iof the varsity on both outfit I I we believe Chesterfields :
For City Councilman

A. H. McINNIS I will add a lotto 3

F'I"!<' of the series of games tot SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

>. "a':' ti! .r'! the Key West High _
Sch ." .c i !b ill Tournamen' your pleasure.
i ,k. i ''t,' t-.i-.i-ht at the High!
School Gymnasium. : Two Permanents CJT f\f\\
*V-t 7:00p for .. ...
game will start at I ------ -
m between 9-B team and the I Better Wave.. $5.00 ..4 .p
10-A q inter Immediately aft-, MRS. MILLER

erwardsj{ the 11-B's are scheduled; 407 South Street Phone 574-. I u+a C W>.Itean*Mm TOSACCO Co.

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By RED KERCEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.., ANNOUNCEMENTS
ray Ass.eiatr. Press) I FLORIDA
MIAMI\ Fla., Nov. 5. Overnight I ,
only! Y-Ki-Ki Club reports that the,
WWWATO A hick town is where the
transformation CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER first *
in characteristics ALGA social
activity of the club,!
;people who can three
5.-The SUBSCRIBERSIf of the Everglades National syllable words stutter. 12, 1935eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ,the dance sponsored at American'Legion GEORGE W' ,
Park region was worked by I *.. Hall last Friday evening,i' WASHINGTON amt t .c ..

health specialists are concentrating yon do act receive your the recent Florida keys hurricane Awake ye husbands; protect I' For Mayor i was a grand success. i j ..,e' si..a a -kr

their attention oa a newly paper by 6:15clock in the that killed more than 400 per-'' your prerogative! The male seahorses I I DR. H. C. GALEY I nished Joe Catala's orchestra fur-'!' .Ii.a...$.v..4c Vads.. L.H.+.trirGAIAGi"d'.e s..d ., '

afternoon, call telephone 51 sons.Ernest bear the little ones. I I WflfGti TfIE Oh: GUS a splendid program of'
diagnosed disease which_ is peculiarly F. Coe, exeentivfe 'chair I For Mayor i i dance music. Joe Hennqucz, -...+ ... u53 'teArls..SL30..d.p
aDd will be sent to +
a paper man of the Everglades National One danger is, when the 70 WM..H. MALONE president of the organization, an-

a product of the school your lao.... A complaint:. boy Park association who flew over ment begins interferring with govern the I For Reelection ) nounces that other events arc AYfLOWE1

It is "school sickness". which l. OB duty at this office from. part of the 2,000 n ec ff land I delicate balance of nature, the f planned for the near future. ,
I --- -- .. 300 a..L
6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for th.purpose and water in the park area, said' poor class gets a swift kick in the I fL For Councilman -- -- -- ?i. .i.d51...
recently bas been definitely identified the hurricane September 2? held pants. J + ; :
of delivering com J DR ARMANDO Positive Relief
lessons of value I I
great concerning .. ..
illness brought .
as a nerve Help us give yon 100 -r; rn .a.a..r.
the kind of construction work Actresses I
with the most beau- GAIAGt.a.r.r
I I For Councilman : 4'
about by "pressure on the moreor percent service by eating 51 needed to withstand nature's tiful legs have been selected in for SATES,
JamesF. if you do not receive The Citi fury.He Hollywood. A'! further survey I / wL i! WILLIAM A. FREEMAN I MALARIA !
less sensitive child. Dr.
Zen.rmmm. said he found new channels should be conducted to reveal to,
Rogers consultant in hygiene I formed with old ones gone!: new what extent the male populationhas I I For Councilman Sure End to Chills I II to aw..a.i.r"v .

: I bars and shallows, outlying become popeyed.As I CLIFFORD G. HICKS and Fever! I s..i..d.r .
of the United States office of education ands is-j I a.=:::
changed or washed I I Here's real relief for !..labriaGrove' i ..__..tGAIAGE
"even tuberculosiswill FRENCH CAVEMEN i new beaches thrown up and accumulated a timely suggestion to the l For Councilman Tasteless Chill Tonic I I d..sIIATES..SI.m.dq
says ,
I I deposits in bays washed U.S., if it becomes entangled in I MARCOS A. MESA, SR. Quickly it stops the chills and fever !
not work such havoc. with the DWELL IN CLIFFS inland. I j i another warfare crisis, they might, 0 and restores your body to comfort. I
I Although trees suffered heavily, aptly establish recruiting offices I I For CouncilmanJIM Many remedies will merely alleviate the
chi'd save in the final stages.** II tttr A.I.' Prc..) I in symptoms'of Malaria temporarily, but !
from the storm. dense
I palmetto palms every swamp, if they ROBERTS Grove'i Tasteless Chill Tonic goes all the
The disease ia characterized by! TOURS, France, Nov. 5.-More and red mangroves were re over-1: want to enlist us. way and completely lids your system i .
than 1,200 persons make their ing quickly, he reported, and practically -I i For City CouncilmanJ. of the infection. I! ALA .a..dTI
irritability, restlessness, anxietyand i '
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is real
all life which One of the Dionne a
homes in artificial caverns their plant was not gals has
SULLIVANFor corrective of Malaria because it contains
a highly emotional state. The ancestors cut out of the lime- wholly uprooted was again in' spoken her first word. It is our two things.Fust,tasteless quinine which !.i iI
child usualy has a poor appetite, vigorous growth. 1 most' accumulated desire that the kills the Malarial infection in the blood. I
stone cliffs bordering the Loire Police JusticeT. ii
he sleeps badly and may have girls, when they are large enough I Second,tonic iron which helps overcome: I
.. .. .
river. e e .e. I! to marry and begin suing for S. CARO the ravages of the chills and fever and
night terrors. The symptoms begin ,, GEORGE WASHINGTON I
Living in the heart of the cha- CLASSIFIED i" j alimony. Develop harmonious fortifies against further attack.Play safe! i i .
after school I Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It SOB 5s ee viik Slit" *>J Sk sees
and soon the commences term ad- teau country, they are cavemen in voices. Criminal court judgesare For Chief of Police now comes in two sizes-50c and$1.The 0.-.... a.&.......,......._
worse as .
grow nd
the literal, if not anthropologicalsense. MYRTLAND CATES i
so peculiar, you know. $1 size contains 2)4 times as much as the .
vances. They are COLUMNeteeeeeeeeeaaaeeeeeeeee I JiOO*l** GAftAGC_
Many dwellings equip- sac size and
are gives you 2S%more for your
physicians say, by mental exam- ped with gas, electricity and We shall begin laying tentative I For Captain of Police money.Get bottle todayat anydrugstors.ROSES : .II'r5Jii HI; ti f'.Hi"i11II'( .eansu' :..jI
inations and athletic contests.
radios.It plans to become extremely meek 6 ttrtg I ALBERTO CAMEROFor -- -... ------ __ ___ __ h _____
Illness Is Real is not poverty, but economic Advertisements under this head !i I only after the final funeral procession 5 rOJtMlfTf(

Dr. Rogers says that in many convenience in most cases that will be Inserted In The Citizen at for the last tax collector I\ Captain of Police ..1 I WILL
school sYbtems children (no two keep these modern troglodytes in the rate of Ie a word for each insertion fades into the distance. "Watch her step." invites The ROBERT J. LEWIS:
of whom are alike even if they their caverns. Many work on the but the minimum for the Braggart. "Shell do 70-30-90 "Bobby" ;t Local Committee for Key WestDate

are twins) are expected to pass premised as wine-distillers. first insertion in every instance is25e. When our dear mother nursedus -" and he proceeds to prove it.

through the same courses at the for bawling our ears red, the Pride in one's is under- ...... _................... .
same speed or be labelled "D," ........................ Payment for classified advert! last string of self-resistance was standable but there car is no excuse ,I BENJAMIN LOPEZ ? .. ... .....-.-.............-.

"dull," "retarded" or "interior." THE FIRST IN U. S. but tisements regular is advertisers invariably in with advance ledger:! cut. Ever since Uncle Sam has for "putting it through its paces"on FUNERAL HOME TO THE EDITOR: I

"The more sensitive child, who accounts may have their advertise-j f|continuously developed our desire the public highways. Such Serving Key We.t 1
cannot keep up the pace in one or j to do nothing and yell until
some- to
ments charged. I recklessness invites disaster. Half Century Wishing have a part in perpetuating the t
more subjects, does his utmost under SKY-TRAIN INTERNATIONALROUND body fed us. I
the well-intended stimulus and TRIP FLIGHT took place Advertisers should give their Good drivers realize that acar's 24 Hoar Ambulance Service I I memory of one of our most beloved and useful

the result is illness real from Key Weal, Fla.. May 14, street address as well as their telephone Lives speed and power is there Licensed Embamer !,
an as as of great men oft remind citizens I enclose herewith
number if they desire reults. for their protection. Phone 135 Night 696I. -\\ I my contribution of
measles and unfortunately far 1935, at 1:40 p. m. to Havana, ns,
more drawn out and full of i Cuba, arriving one hour and Honest toil don't stand a .. :__..__.__.__...____....___to the Will Rogers Memorial
Subscribe The Git:zen-20c
With classified advertise- to
misery," he said. I forty-five minutes later, averag- ment The each Citizen will give free an chance; weekly. I Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
To this disease sixty-four miles an hour. The The KEY WEST
prevent some I ing more we work we leave be- I.
health specialists have suggested I'I sky-train consisted of an airplane, it.Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for hind us- For City Clerk COLONIAL HOTEL I I others from Key West and will go without any

that the child's report card bear,',piloted by Elwood Klein of New I Larger patches on our pants. WALLACE PINDER I deductions whatsoever to the National Pond to be
only the remarks "satisfactory"pr i York, which towed two gliders i In the Center of the Businessand i
"unsatisfactory." Satisfactorywould which were piloted by E. Paul du WANTED I Now, on our pants, once new For Re-Election Theater District I expended, also without any deduction: as the Me-

mean that the child was doing I Pont, Jr. of Wilmington, Del. and WANTED"-Girl's second hand, The and glossy, I morial Committee may detenwme.
as.well as could be expected Jack O'Meara of New York. The bicycle in good condition. Ap.: patches are all threadbaretoo !' First Cla..-Fireproof-

taking into consideration his age,I return flight was made from Havana ply The Citizen office. Just ,because subscribers linger PALACEClark I Sensible Rate I, Name ._._._..._._._---0-__ -_.___._.......
mentality, health degree of social Way 19, 1935. nov2-tf

adjustment in the school room And won't pay us what is due. l Gable-Loretta Jack Oakie _in Young, COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI AddressN3 ___ ___......._..
and emotional poise. I CIGAR FACTORY of import FOR RENT Yet, we should be up and doing I

Few Exempt ance was established at Key West' I I' And not by the wayside fall, CALL OF THE WILD Garage Elevator I'
Fla by 'Ere this winter finds Matinee Popular Price
Dr. J. V. Treynor, of Council weary us, : 10-15c; Night: 15-25c i .
who imported his tobacco from with garage. Apply 827 6
Bluffs, Ia., credited with being Without any pants at all.
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oct19 -- --
West Duval street I
Havana, Cuba. (Key : ,
the first to use the term "school
sickness" in diagnosing the dis-' April 20, 1831)). FOR SALE I II(I We have perfectly good reasons

ease, has advocated that "the I 5 I: for believing Father Time was a I

schools be rid of the one great' COLORS PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN UNDER IN NATURAL THE PERSONAL CARDS-100. printed:;travelin'i, salesman.

evil pressure." SEAS:'were'made for. the. National cards, $1.25. The Artman'I t; '
Dr. Rogers says that while he Press. ng7 I' According the old adage, a FIRMS
was visiting a class for physically'I Geographic .Magazine-,off ,i fool and his money is soon parted.It .
of the Florida Keys,
delicate and possibly tuberculosis Tortngas OLD PAPERS FOR.SALE-Two must be a lot of good clean

children in an eastern city, the I on July 16, 1926, and were published bundles for 6c. The Citizen Of-i i| amusement, though, in being a

special teacher informed him that! in the January 1927 issueof fice. octlSj I f millionidollaridiot.I .
the pupils were permitted to proceed I the magazine. The work was I i \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

in their studies "at their own carried out by Dr. W. II. Longley PRINTING-Quality Printing at I I Still, about the only thing not J

pace." of Goucher College and Charles the Lowest Prices. The Art-I: coming to pass is that so persist-

This meant, he says that only I I Martin, Chief of the National: man Press. aug7'I I ently predicted.
Geographic Society's photographic II
about 100 pupils out of some 75- I Star American Coffee
000 in that city were wholly exempt laboratory. The camera used in TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 Many prefer being a lamb in a JOHN C. PARK I

from conditions which might; making these autochromes was sheets, 75e. The Artman Press ,I manor to being a jackass in a Ha a taste and aroma thais t TIFT'SCASH
inclosed in a brass case with a ang7 mansion.
produce "school sickness. lIe believes found in coffee
furthermore, that undoubt- plate glass window in front of the I __ only good FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY
lens. A supplementary hood was SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.' checks 328 SIMONTON ST. and yon can be sure that it'*
edly some of the 100 were in the fitted above the regulation reflector The Artman Press. aug7 COLDSand fresh because it'* blended i in SPECIALTY
special classes because
nutrition produced by of anxietyover poor I and by means'of an acute- 16 666 6 6 Key West 1101 Division Street

school work in regularclasses. angle mirror the photographer was WANTED I FEVERfirst PLUMBINGDURO LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
able to focus his instrument.
WANTED tfbance to bid on I day STAR, Ib 25c;
"We make much today of medical I next printing order. The Liquid Tablets HEADACHES
:MAIL BOX was invented in your V. & S. Ib ISc. Staple and Fancy-
<< inspection thus disclosed but the are physical trifling defects -. 1810 by Thomas Brown, who was Artman Press aug7,I SaJye )fUicDraps'. in 30 minuteseACakeOTe" PUMPS SOUTH FLORIDA GroceriesComplete

of Florida from 184 to 1- ,
in comparison with mental states governor STAR COFFEE MILL
which 1 1853. The mail boxes consisted! ofa PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERYPHONE
produce loss of sleep lossof
series of pigeon holes with glass 512 Greene Street Line Fresh
appetite loss of weight and
energy" Dr. Rogers said. fronts and numbers on them en- PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and VegetablesHAPPY
I II I abling the public to see whether 597 I

there was mail for them in "Like
A scientist says it is a waste of any
time to sleep. And even now timesare their respective boxes.
considerable worse than they -READ-

were years ago when he woke up For CouncilmanF. Jewfish, 2 Ib. 35c INSURANCEOffice

long enough to make that crack. F. HOFFMAN THE KEY WEST
Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib* 35c

Bermuda MONROE THEATERKay Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib*. 25c : 319 Duval Street
Meat Market I
1 t Francis Grouper, 2 Ib*. 2Sc SUNDAY STARe
FRESH KOSHER MEAT George Brent and
Snapper, 2 Ib*. 25c tt
(t Tobin in
Nice Fat liens and Fryers THE GOOSE AND THE I ft f fI Mutton Fish, 2 Ib*. 25c e TELEPHONE NO.1
Phone 861.W Free Delivery I I GANDER I Subscription Per Year

White At Virginia Streets 'I Matinee I 1 I FRESH SHRIMP Try Year M.... At
: Balcony, lOcI Orcne -THE-
I West's
Key Only Sunday
Juan Cobo, Prop. 1 tra; 15-20e Night 15-25c ,T Large Select Oyster
iFhT Fresh Crab Meat in ID can 65c Paper Delmomco Restaurant
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FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY BudweUer Beer --__-. ISe
niMi11t- y
LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building Six Course Dinner, __._

151 PHONE 51 ------_ SOc. 75c. and 85e
,.4 l I t 11'd
Aiw a ai ai
I +
i Our Reputation is Wrap- PRITCHARD
i! ped in very package
FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE FUNERAL HOME

i REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and of

I healthful as if they were frozen in cake of I
sale at a Watch 11ADoetor Dignified Sympathetic -
on ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof I PRINTINGDONE

I and absolutely airtight. Courtesy


THE ARTMAN PRESSThe I AmbalaBce Service
i Display At- : See Him For Your Next Work ARTMATPRESSCitizen

Thompson Company, Inc. Hours 9 to 12-1 to 6 51 Office

I Open Saturday Nigbts Pies S4S Never Sleep
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