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 15, 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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Shown To Be FocusedOn Summons have been served on LAST SESSION APPEARS 'IN! yesterday's editorial ia

Key West today i i. all available citizens who were eral agencies were studying plans to finance THE The Citizen congratulatingthe Spotlight Of Washington -
RomeBy Jonathan Latimer widely named on the regular and special I newly elected city officials -

read feature writer who will venires for cirmmal court, which construction of the Overseas Highway bridges and mentioning their Activities

later I be>> joined by his motherto were drawn from the jury box at iSS-:; names, that of Jim Robert
ROGER D. GREENE spend the winter season. the short session of court held from Miami\ to Key West. Today's The Citizen I was inadvertently. omitted

Mr Auwlalrd Pma Mr. Latimer has had a wide Monday morning by Judge J. Vin- contains 26 pages twenty-two from the list of councilmea. (nr A .cla ( "It's I will work out for
LONDON Nov 15.-Almost experience in the writing ing Harris. a thing hope they which comprise supplements carrying As a matter of record Sunny WASHINGTON Nov 15.-Dr.

field. He wa at one time There were 18 names on the certainly need it down there/* Jones said. a full list of the new lawsof Jim lead the list with the Walton H. Hamilton, the Prc.i.dent' -
overnight amid the storm raging associated with Secretary regular venire and 22 names on Florida, which were enacted at handsome total of 1,338. If

Harold Ickes in publicity the recent session of the State anyone of this number failedto adviser on. consumer problems -
over Europe from the Italo-Ethi- the special. Of the regular ven- lie indicated his organization might pur-
work, and has been on the ire 16 have been summoned and Legislature. notify the editor of the is Washington' new "my.
opine war, Reichfuehrer Adolf reportorial and editorial The new measures are shownto error, let him forwardto
of the special venire 15 have been chase bonds by which sponsors of the projects come **
Hitler has become a silent dictator staff of the Chicago Tri called. cover most every activity rela- make the list complete.The tery man.

bune.When Chief Deputy Bernard Waite could produce 55 percent of the bridge cost to tive to various business concerns editorial writer the He has been a special presidential -
ominously silent according to I not engaged In feature including corporations, and all proof-reader and the compositor -

warnings voiced by Winston I and editorial work Mr. said that 10 o'clock instructions Monday were morningin to report obtain a 45 percent grant by the Public Works other syndicates operated for each passed the buck>> I adviser since June 30, but

Latimer devotes his time to I the county court house when I profit, and also that dealing with to the other in order to be i only since the arrival on WaahI -

ChurchilL mystery and detective stories, Administration. individuals in different capacities absolved from the stigma of .I
court will be called in session.
coming under state iagton desks of pamphlet called
Today .unchallenged Mussolini many of which have been jurisdiction !I. not having X'd the leader of a
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published in book form and the pack and so to be impartial "The Consumer" edited ia his di-
hold the stage. The world spotlight in JAMES RUSSELL ance of the laws in all respects. each
magazines. to a stinging rebuke

so *ong focused on Berlin, I Among the many stories Ii FIVE HUNDRED MEN WILL BE PUT trhcih Many have of been the measures encated into adopted law, for an unpardonable I vision has the fickle Washington

I which have been consideredmasterpieces omission. spotlight turned to him.
has turned to Rome. DIED YESTERDAYFUNERAL are of much interest to many citi
of this able
I I TO WORK MONDAY IN WPA PROGRAMWith 1 zens and residents in general, It doe so just as rumbles ofdiscontent
Hitler has dropped out. A writer are "Murder in aMadhouse" I !I and all persons in this community '.I.1'.lI.1JI
and "Headed for the
I over rising pricoof
shadowy figure offstage in the I! a He.r*e." SERVICES WILL BE i approximately five sons were urged this morning I.I are urged to read the law as DEMERIT
1 published and familiarize them- BANDS bread reach the capitaL

new drama that has seen the na-I .I'.I'.AT 1.8" .A CONDUCTED SUNDAY i hundred men called for workon by WPA officials to observe .1 selves with any changes that may I {ICommentators examine" tw..j
have been made in enactment of
tions leagued against Mussolini i AFTERNOON I the board and if their I NUMEROUS BIRDS facts and wonder: the rising cost
WPA projects, every i the new measures by which the I
of living and the direct entre to
SEVEN ARRIVE the lists I people of the state of Floridaare I Ii
they were allied against Kaiser :, available employabl e man names appear on now governed. the White House granted HamIlton -

Wilhelm two decades ago, Hitler! !t James Russell 66, died 5:15 report: immediately for i SUPERINTENDENT OF LIGHTHOUSE whose particular worry i" the
ABOARD PL4NE o'clock yesterday afternoon in his in Key West probably will work. rising cost of living.

has become virtually the "forgotten TENDERVORKING\ DEPT. TAGS TOTAL Staff Gather Facts
t I home in Knowles' Lane. Funeral
/ |: be .
working by Monday.The
His include these objectives
man" of Europe. j I services will be held 4 o'clock Most of those called are OF 421 I program -

I RESERVATIONS MADE FOR i 1'i Sunday afternoon at the Baptist list of men called. being placed on the sewer ON \WEST COAST where "trouble: inquiries into pnu< ,-.
British Heed spots" keep t p
Hitler's Aide J [ church, where the body will be i
Yet Britain uneasily wonders PASSENGERS ON OUTWARD placed 2 o'clock. Rev. James S. was posted late yesterday' project, although other projects product out of the consume :
I II : Since July 26 when he started reach; education of the public t 10>
when he will become the "big TRIP THIS AFTERNOONOne Day will.officiate. afternoon at the WPA will be increased with ,: i I I standards h
use quality and to
J I POINCIANA WILL COME TO banding birds at Key West William a-
noise" again--and while the Ger. 'Funeral arrangements are in of Simonton their full, i : for grade labeling advice to ,
I garage, corner man-power to W. Demeritt, representing ; ix <>-
dictator's seldom, charge of Lopez Funeral Home. !'I THIS PORT WITHIN i pie buying co-operatively! and t-\.
man name of the smaller, seven passengers i! Mr. Russell was a member of i and Greene streets. All per I quota. I i the United States biological sur- ; ,

figures in the headlines, yet display -, planes of the Pan American -J|: Dade Lodge 14,tF. and A. M., Independent -I -- - -- NEXT FEW WEEKS I: vey of the department of agriculture -:.I pansion For some of consumer time Hamilton council-!,star

is given to the words of one Airways arrived at Key i Order of Red Men, i has placed on the legs of ,
of six economists; has been gatheing i-
of his aides General von Epp J West this morning with mail and I Knights of the Golden Eagle r BULL LINE STEAMER RUNNING : 421 doves the sign which shows: facts about key fndusti'>; -

governor of Bavaria. Discussingthe seven passengers. I Spanish War Veterans and Key Tender Poinciana. now work they had been caught and released I women's dresses, shoe tiu.

of Germany's I Arrivals were: Clifford G.' West Fire Department. Pallbearers ing on the west coast is expectedto at Key West.
sore-spot question auto, ice and paper. When the
lost colonies, General von! Hicks, Vernon Uanept Rafph will, be selected! from these or- I AGROUND WILL BE ABANDONED arrive in port within _the next Among other birds which hare : surveys are done the. facts will be-
Coleman, John Rolle Edith Mof-. ganizations. two or three weeks. The tender been caught and banded are]I,
.. __. .. .... ..l. {t made available to its urer .
Epp was-qnotetl assaying: ""- \ is-snrvivexHSy-hJs f- -- -" -
t faf AKnaTmimaway; Eugene t) :yhg-deceased f* now en route -sooth frees-Eg- marsh hawks-end dttck-h wi(,r-Of J r iicf'tW --

"Der Fuehrer is examining the i Brandon. widow :Mrs. Fay Russell one I The Bull Line Steamship Eliza ments made to light the ship at! mont Key with creosoted pilling the latter species, two fine specimens -I I them.

question. He will do what is'' Reservations for five passengers daughter, Mrs. Violet Athey and beth which was driven ashore at night in the event the department and will stop for work at Sara- were sent to J. Meredith of Hamilton believes
the I' have been made for the return three grandchildren Mary, James when time is fact. public. He wonders fin
ripe"Perhaps : m-
necessary trip to Miami 4 o'clock this aft- R., and Nathan Athey, of New cane of November 4,. is .bej! do so at this time. bas Pass, Coon Key' and Indian receipt o, the hawks; wfa-ch ha: i stance, how who.tan' ..

by coincidence,,shortly ernoon. York.FARLEY'S j'' abandoned. : J" : .1|l Captain P. L. Cosgrove in court Key Pass. tj*. trains for the ancieif.;i sport of i I factoriii Jo mike many w9 opal**en'fe drreS --

after that statement was published .._- ----- This information way conyeedto ,i mand of the Tender Ivy which is Tender #y :'which, has been falconry. t.OJ knofc'tJjffevWage' .life of suet; i,
Winston Churchill sidetracked Superintendent William' :W.'ii !I working in the vicinity of Miami, restoring lights':and structures on j! Among the relent kapturej in I rb
I i. Demerit of.the Seventh toghi-j I was instructed by the the intra.coastal water is Mr. Demeritt's Ivae tt plan klythree J*a"'"
the main issue of the foreign !' way. ex- | a catbird *
i ELECTION 'POST MORTEM'CALLED He iritis'! \ over th*ffeaustry don!
i I!house District thus morning a I I to install today a red 70> petted to arrive in rt this evening -'. which was 'c: bJht! banded t I
the house tdering
affairs debate in of II' along with machines whirr"
telegram from Captain M, Wil-':!candle power light flashing every or tomorrow morning take!I and released in January ol this
thunder the challenge I .I are 30 years old on the ave'iisr; ::<
commons to SHREWD\ POLITICAL MOVE I[ hams port captain for the Bull'! second. Port Captain Williams,|on material and leave for work in j[year. It was cught in the traps. He thinks they could sell mou, .alI

: Line in Miami. j i of the Bull Line, was advised of. other sections |I Sunday and released
"The whole population of Germany I The telegram informed Mr. De- : the action. I I I I lower prices if they had kept 11 11-
'----1 to-date.
is being trained from childhood (Dy As_*elatc 4 Press) meritt of the owners' intention of The Elizabeth is a vessel 328,

up to war. A; mighty armyis By HERBERT PLUMMER I abandoning the ship and that the! feet long 46 feet beam and depth!I 'Just An AdviserBut

coming into being. All Ger-I WASHINGTON Nov. 15.-t Over in New Jersey Mayor I II United States district engineer's:! of 23 feet, and is of 3482 gross i BOB 'TREE TOAD' D AVIS TELLS TALE I he points oat, he has no
is armed The j ) I power to go in and say, "YOU'I"gathering "
many an camp. [Frank Hague's record victory office at Jacksonville was also being tonnage. She was built in 1919]
German industries are mobilizedfor I' Politician here say "Big Jim"i!I I i Hudson county-bulwark of-j advised. at Wilmington, Delaware and is'I OF HIS BOYHOOD\ ITB BROTHER BILL moss. Junk it." He ,i-,

war to an extent ours were Farley robbed>> Republican of !1 I I Jersey Democracy-of 137,0001 Remainder of the crew of the I i owned by the Bull Steamship' just an adviser.. Bat he belioi-

not mobilized even a year after majority for his assembly candi-j ship is to be removed and arrange-]. Company of New Jersey. I in advice."NBA
their victory goodness knows mad much effectiveness ia !
the great war started. I dates, would keep the state in the i ____ II J (Br AMoeiatrd Press) ,
enough mistakes he it
Voice Solemn
Warning chant resulting from elections Democratic column if repeated in I By JOHN SELBY

"The Italo-Ethiopian conflict," 1936. In 1932 the Democrats, OPERETTA CAST BENJAMIN TREVOR J NEW YORK, Nov. 15.-Theunmistakable later he had been stripped painted did make business mm think ,m
he warned, with solemn emphasis, in. New York state by a I larger terms; about whole m<1u--
rolled -
117,000-vote majority
a beautiful to his "
up I a even
tries instead of
"is a small matter indeed flavor of boyhood, single plants.
very shrewdly-worded statement on in Hudson enough to offset .
eyelids, and
persuaded that he I
compared to the dangers I have TO MEET MONDAY INJURED IN FALL:I I He grins at the cynical sug!:?!:' --
I Republican victories in 17 of the flavor that make Huck Finn' was actually invisible. ,,
just described." I I the night returns were counted. i I tion that facts may not force tl> <'
the 21 counties and to carry the Brother Bill pointed to the
Members of parliament fumed Newspapers of the morning I state for Roosevelt by 30,000.In 1 -=-- I! and Tom Sawyer live through'warard sickle pear tree: I inefficient manufacturer to
change his routine."You'd .
while Chur.-n.ll; ; fpok"Wh3r1!
the preponderantly Republican TO ARRANGE FOR ACCIDENT HAPPENED YESTERDAY "Go and help yourself. .climb
doesn't he get on with the main; after the election along with annoancements famine La I been>> catturedagain. be surprised how mall
I II I, stronghold of Philadelphia PRESEN-1. up and eat your fill. .no one can I business intellectual\ !
back-bencher I men are "
business a was I that Republicans haven't elec- TATION OF WHILE WORKINGAT
I where the Democrats see, you cannot be keen. ..Godis ."
heard to "Nobody about I I curious enough to give us hi'IP
Hitler now.say.He's quiet. Mussoliniand shad I captured the sembly, elected! ted a mayor since 1881 the G. OF PENZANCEThe I LAUNDRY PLANT The new boy is named Tree takin' care of you. .bring some I he 1I&ys.UThia week two of th<-
I O. P. candidate won over the 1 back to me, ripe ones."

"sanctions are the big dan- I a mayor in. Philadelphia and had Democrat by only 47,000 votes.Politicians I I I Toad although he is known more I On the way to the tree Bob indulged largest offered organizations us the free in the use country <,f

gers. I I desire he had had I
one for
But others, in addition to registered victories e'sewhere! re-I'I ImpressedThe first meeting of the cast Benjamin D. Trevor owner and formally a* Robert H. Davis of a long time-he thumbed his their books. We will study 01,"
effect of Farley's
psychological nose ,
Churchill, feel not so easy in their]:,:corded "Big Jim" as saying in I statement that results of of the Pirates of Penzance will executive head of the Columbia I at his father, who was an Episcopal I set to find out the average wag> -
minus( about this "quiet" : I Ii the New York Sun probably the ,earner's credit and how hi- U- bystand-I i capacity a* chairman of both national the scattered November 5 elections -. be held at 7:45 o'clock Monday Steam Laundry, received painful I I clergyman. Mr. Davis did not ;jit."
in the turbulent !(
er '
"were entirely satisfactory,'night' in the Colonial Hotel's main injuries yesterday afternoon when most widely traveled newspaperman notice which proved that the I I Son Builds' Boats
the : of nations. Democratic 'I
European family and New York tate -: I
i green-painted
to the Democrats" is what im- second floor. he fell while making an adjust- boy really was invisible -.
"The most significant thing in I dining room on the in the world. The total is ', Hamilton can't remember when
committee j I' analysts. ment to of the j I lie climbed into thetree. ;
I : presses political some plant ma-
memberof started being an econonn-,
the heaving Europe of today is George White ![ jhe
j i There can be no doubt, they chinery. 700,000 miles, and the man it j
I I | has studied the
but he
the silence of Germany, says A. "The federal administrationwas the cast, who will direct the Father Could See j subject :m
point out, that taken as a whole Placing two of the clothes:
G. Gardiner, a noted commentatoron sustained (in New York known: the world four colleges and taught it in sir.
this has over a* author Once there Bob decided to hiss.
whatever crowing is to be done operetta year expressedthe boxes on top. of one another on
foreign affairs. I(I state) by more than 500,000 majority I j I i He is on leave from Yale univt-i-
his father and that fataL !!
"It is as important for us to I which ought to be a sufficient -<[ can be justified only by Republicans -, hope that all members of last the machine known in laundry par- editor ..d raconteur. Tree Toad This dialogue ensued was :': sit l' now, and the smell of auburnon ,
and not Democrats. The results year's cast will be back with the lance as a mangle, Mr. Trevor : the air makes him Bttte homesick
know what Hitler i is thinking as itj:i answer to the question of I' a -
] is "Bob Davis himself 60 "Can you see me! I enquire!,I
show unmistakably a mounted on of these to yearsago.
: trendf per- for New Haven where" hi-
is to know what Mussolini is doing -:{ the continued popularity of same buoyant enthusiasm displayed I hoping to clear the atmosphere.!
from the "new deal, as form the task. :
away wife still maintains their home.
Hitler watches and waits;! Franklin D. Roosevelt. { "
An is j
last appeal "Plainly.
1932 and 1934. The Mr. I
compared to baskets toppled and
( The Hamiltons have three children
while Germany's former foes quarrel Those who scanned election! I "Where if" -
Farley's happy thought, how- also made for persons who were Trevor fell about 15 feet on some I The very young Bob Davis became -; am but it's Edward they grin
and the fate of the League of. headlines the morning after were; "There !" Somewhat
ever, of immediately calling at- not in the cast last to at- of the plant's equipment on the I you are ;
Nations hangs in the balance. :' at loss to understand the Farley: year I Tree Toad one afternoon bewildered with about. He turned up his nose at
he prodded me
In Peace'"If mental Some tention to the fact that the pop tend the meeting Monday. floor and sustained severe bruises when" the sickle I the suggestion of college; and all
Sharpened : processes. even pears; were ripe .1 the grass rake "Right there!
ular vote for the Democrats in There about the right side. I ,
are some partsto this in the
'I face of his father's d-l
+ the League is sabotaged, he chortled out loud. j in Nebraska he explains in "Tree j The feeling of security along
larger cities did! much to offset be given to those most capableof I grees. Edward wants to !hail l ;\.I
will be left with a disrupted How He FiguredAs II Toad," just published. j with my faith began to ooze out!
Europe. filled with bitter resent- i I Republican total gains, has the performing the parts to be I awnmooed I I It began 'of boats, so he's building boats.
returns became more complete -. effect of placing G. O. P. leaders} filled. There will be only one I to a local hospital where this afternoon i when the young man's mother me. j Presidential Advisor Han-nit- !
ments which will supersede: the "Father will please see.
memories of the World war and however and political I tin i the position of defending their rehearsal held next week, but it he was reported resting :stepped out on the porch, a bright i Mother about, this you!" j says there was nothing he could,
analysts settled down to the serious -'j victory. will be necessary to hold two rehearsals comfortably as can be expected. : toad do
make his friendship the most for- i I''I green dropped into her lap "Yes, my on, later. Come it, and that the boy may
midable business of figuring out what Furthermore "Happy" Chand- weekly as the time draws i and' she explained the mysteriesof be right
continent. down.
asset on the really happened they were quick'''' let's gubernatorial victory in the nearer to the night for the per protective coloring in nature.I The man came down was,

Regular Saturday Nile i to see what Farley had in mind j I I border state of Kentucky is view- formance. CHRISTMAS GIFTS Invisible Bob! tubbed young with various paint removers -
The total vote cast for mem-'jed as offsetting to a large extent Good male voices are needed Brother William I -
Toilet Good, Evening !. Paris a year or so given other significant treat
DANCETOMORROW bers of the assembly in New York!, whatever gains Republicans can for the chorus. It is also plannedto older than Bob waited until bed. ra.m.
Sets Boudoir Sets, Compacts ment and put to The next $td sand
actually showed that the Demo-':': boast thus far in the east. It's rehearse other standard chorus I en duties called Mrs. Brother Bill's birthday.He .
Etc.GARDNER'S day was
NIGHTHabanaMadrid \ crats piled up one-half million I i generally conceded that the major numbers besides those to be used side. Then he informed Bob gave Bob a present which was L 441"

Club i I votes more than the Republicans,I'I'I I political engagement of '36 will!in the Pirate of Penzance with PHARMACYPhone he had "a great idear." kitcb-j the nickname Tree Toad. It stuck WHISKIES AND GINS

I (although at the same time losing,;I be centered in the sectors of the hopes of holding concerts during i 177 Free Delivery followed him under the through prank after prank and

Script !-: t-i i$1.00 (control of the state assembly. j[I border and western states < the winter months. I When he emerged a short page after page.

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A CALL FOR HELP Mortgage company: erecting: a
, ttfJt lirp a1tsttttim ,, UNIHUAL FACTS REVEALED I KEY WEST IN suburban which u beautiful office in in the every aubdivision detail.I Today In History

Pvt>lt hr TilE CITIZEN PrBLlSktr CO, I Cross began "on Armistice Day. Once John Mason and Jeremiah

L. P. ARTSIAX. lreMcBt The coast Cutter Saukee will 1763- -
JOB ALLEN. A......., Bailor K...... again the greatest organized relief ilappeairag Her Jatt 10 YearsAg. Dixon of England landed in
agencyin : Today A. Take: FromTI take the Marine eleven to Havana
From The Citizen LundingCorner
Green and Ann Street the world seeks funds, with which to File Of Th. CUizea Friday, November 20 to play the Philadelphia to survey the disputed
I boundary-line between Maryland -
of Havana
---- affirm, throughout the succeeding year, University ptayers.t and Pennsylvania-later tbecome ,>
O I ly Dally New.pap.10iI. Key West sad Monroe W. L. IWes, of the Gulf Realty Two games have been .
i the tine
.._. _. the brotherhood of man in a practical, / has received congratulations there..One the day following their, famous as separating
-& company the free and slave States.
Sntered at Key Rest Florida a* eeond clan ratter helpful way. .I by James R. Nicholson past arrival and again the next .day
" FIFTT-SiSTH TEAR When hurricanes and storms strike t' 'irl grand exalted ruler B. P. O. Elks, following.; The next Monday the;

- Member .t the A..eta/ed rre- unguarded cities suffering is certain to I and an acknowledgement of funds locals will return. 1777 Continental Congressadopted .
sent from Key West for the Old the Article of Confederation
In* Associated! PreSS I. ,lntTelT: entitled to a** follow. When great rivers overflow and .,
for rtt3i.viatiO' of aU new dispatch* credited to Ironsides fund. The amount collected II I- Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bert, for the general r etn-
the.* or local not news otherwise published. credited here.UIONAl In. this paper and also flood vast areas, misery and want abide v in Key West was $125. In of Bethel Conn., arrived by 'meat of the cotanies-finally
after the water recedes. When sudden I his letter Chairman Nicholson ex- Steamer Henry R. Mallory Sundayand i'ratified by the States in 1781.
ErtTORIAlASSOCIATION presses his thanks to the local will spend the winter in Key
N disaster maims and kills unsuspecting peo- 1 rywat ]) .
;:. committee and appreciation of West. Mr. Hoyt served in the ar-" 1S64-Sherman starts his famous
} <=:/t 11 / 93.5SDSt.'RIPTON ple there is immediate need for outside I their splendid activity and co my during the war between theM!,: march through Georgia to

- assistance. operation. states and will no- doubt find aj i i the sea-it was then harvest time
on* Tear .._. .._ : .. -11800 To whom do the' American people number of comrades in the city. i I: In one of the South'. richest"
Blr Month .: ...::::::::=- : .: :== --- 0.e9 Barge Pat Harrison was towed I States.
Tare Month t21 trust the duty of being prepared for en-I \ Kffi MtHftard,Cotw+/ba Star could da clnuast I into the
Tug 1
yesterday by -
port I
_._ .85.SO
>.e Month Included i in the of
Weekly .._-._-. ., emergencies? The American Red Cross, -=- vtHf JiffuMlZ rope tntk atttaeujt.cf8.Ha I Harry G. Lytle. The barge has on Sestets returning' group from the north Key I I 1918-New German Govern.

ADVERTISING RATES chartered by the American government, board 1,115,000 feet of lumber.) on the Steamship Henry R. Mallory I I meat appeals) to Wilson to save
Made known on application. demonstrates its value as a relief organ- Work of unloading began this' are Mrs. George W. Allen,I I people from starvation first or-
I Br ant oan jafdu ride morning and it will take about 10,, American -
I i demobilization of
SPECIAL NOTICH BGJthg mat daughter: bliss Lilla Allen. Mrs-: der for
All reading notice., cards of thanks resolution* of ization many times every year. i l tJu movit act- Kin's horse without days to finish. From Key West the', Allen's grandson Billy Warren,!' Army in Europe and camps
rpevt, obituary. notice, etc. will ts charged for at I lumber is to be sent to various
Certainly, if disaster overtook Key 'III btina u trvducttLBefort Allied begin
the rate of 10 cents a line. KJy tP rliakL Mrs. Allen's niece Mrs. Donald'I'here, and armies
Notices for entertainments by cLr rcl u from which i' flu'shotting'cf'WuternGuttva cities on the east coast I' marching into Germany.
West tomorrow, causing untold suffering 1 Stuart and two children and 11liss
f lr
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a revenue la to be derl.ed are S e a line.Tho I MftxkilL much of it is to remain in Key I
"Mtizen I. an open forum ar. inTlte dlseu- destroying life and property, and leavingin i4' a//'y ,,, ,, Cestraga West Mary Phillips. I
tan of public issue and subject of local or general I *"&juecfa.frmutLTODAY'S I! I 1920-Assembly .f the Leagueof
abroad rtrltli I
Interest but it will not publish ac ujrmona communication its dread wake an injured population ofmet. ? Nations first met in Geneva.
*. { i"f'0 /" : The first white man to behold
I ur overt Annual memorial exercises of
and children the
women telegraphwires
r ,
B. P. O. Elks 551 of Key West the Grand Canyon was Garcia:
VTST would carry an appeal for urgent will be held on December 6. Ex-'!t 1 Lopez de Cardenas, who haJ 1928-She Grand Conned ef
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY: : relief. The conscious citizens of Key alted Ruler G. N. Goshorn has ap-'I 1 been sent from Zuni N. M., to the National Fascist Party made
ADVOCATED BY V.tE: CITIZEN I pointed the following committeeon I'find a river far to the west of an integral part of the Italian
West would and adequate
expect a prompt arrangements: W. L. Bates which natives had spoken. Government.

response from America, because the peo- I chairman; Joseph Beaver. Edward '- --- ---
1. Water and Sewerage. II ple of our country do not ignore such ap rirlppwar.y,' + I* Freyburg, L. R. Warner and:

2: Bridges to complete Toad_ to peals., LeRoy Blackwell. An unusually:
Main'I''I' beautiful program will be arranged OF
land. When the inevitable response to the

Shee Port. call came the people of Key West would the committee announces.l THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

4. Hotels and Apgrnn nts. I thank God for the presence of the Red l r WEATHER 1 Seven hundred delegates of the 'OF KEY WEST -, '
American Association of Rail,
5. Bathing Par'ion. I Cross, an organization organized to appealfor road. Ticket Agents arrived 4,.. a* at the close! of bnsiness November 1, 1935, 1

6. Airports-Land and Sea. necessary help, trained and equippedto Temperature* J \\TAtHfR! : CONDITIONS special train from Miami this'! V f( Comptroller". Calla

provide such assistance.Let Highest ...................,................77 I morning. They have been attend-'! &. '" RESOURCES
7.Consolidatiol1,1 County .and City us hope no call for relief will issueto Lowest .._...............................__.. .67 1 Pressure is low this morning ing the annual convention in St.I ""' -"<
Governments.: I Mean ......._....................._n..___ .72 : over the North Pacific States Petersburg. They embarked onl:! Loans and Investments:... $ 304,746.10
t the nation from Key West but let do .._..._. .....
us Normal Mean\ ._____. -__--..74 the Governor Cobb and ) Overdrafts ..oo- U. ? 89.14
: with a disturbance off the coast Cuba.\ _.
\ : Furniture
t' banking
our part in keeping up the alert and a Rainfall steamships of the P. and O.
Washington, Tatooch' Inland, /and Fixtures _._._.. 33920.76
Few persons do enoug'. good turns to ready organization of nurses, doctors and Y sterJa's: Precipitation T. Ins.. 29.58 company and sailed for Havana Stock of the Federal Reserve -
inches while
make them dizzy. relief workers of the American Red Cross. Normal Precipitation .. ,, .07 Ins. ; a strong high where they will spend several Bank _---_.,_.- 4,500.00
I. rreoni :u-... *wrl.4U &pressure: area, crested over cen days. Only a portion of the delegates -' Temporary Federal Deposit >
The call this month is not from stricken r.trrtt. ....r..... 1 1T
any -"K t H >! fhht > c; tral Canada, overspreads all oth- came to Key West as about I Insurance Fund 1,954.01

Japan has an idea that this is a good section but from the Red Cross itself, Tomorrow.. AlmanacSun er sections of the country, Coch- 300 members remained in Miami. i United States Govern- .
rises ____. *_.....__.. 6:45 a. m. ment Obligations direct
time to get the piece of China that shewants. asking you to join it and through the payment .i rane Ontario, 30.86 inches.! Rain acd fully guaranteed _
Sun sets ......_____........ 5:39 p. m. Editorial comment: Either at
of $1, $5, or $10 as a membershipfee Moon rises ..._...........11:25 p. m.! has occurred during the last 24 man must be competent or he is / ...__.._602788.13 .
i Marketable Bonds
to participate in all the splendid work Moon sets ...*_.__.........12:03 p. m.1To..w. hours on the north Pacific coast being carried on somebody's back.' Other and Securities!! .__-.- 178668.49 .-
** Tides end in northern and central Texas Cash and due from Banks.2T7,578.38 1,059,035.00(
It seems that the upkeep of a pretty that this organization will be called uponto AM. 1".11'1 I IHigh and snow or rain in the central All contracts ;:; construction t! .

face is about as expensive as that of a perform. ......._..__..... 1:14 l and southern Plains States. il work at Martello Towers haft $1,404,245.01
homely one.Politics. Low ..._.._..'_.. 8 23 730kliarometer \,There has also been light rain in been let. This announcement was!
8 a, m. today I I many sections from the middle LIABILITIES
OBJECTS OF EDUCATIONIn ,made by the manager of the Bur-
Sea level, 30.00. j jWEA1IISU and loner Lake '1
Mississippi Valley
bank Realty company, E., A. Capital $ 100.000.01Surplus
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football legion eastward to the Atlantic The White: Undivided Profits 64,207.16
and rboth rough Strunk, and others. and I -
a series of newspaper articles Dr. I .ECAST. I eor..-t. Temperatures' have fallenin I Way will be in this week. The Deposits _.._.__ I I 1,240,037.86
but there's
games, moi -s sportsmanshipin Minnesota and most of the Da-
Glenn Frank, president of the Universityof sewer pipe and water pipe are on IfclL t
the latter. (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) I kotas, Devils Lake. N. D., report- the ground and sidewalks are in: :a $1,404,245.01
\ :::. some time ago discussed a I Key West and Vicinity: Partly lag ft minimum this morning of
few of the laws which he believes underlie cloudy tonight and Saturday'; hot I I r 14 dgrreesbelow; zero, and read- two place.weeks.Paving The: will first be completed building; in inl j' Member of Federal Reserve System

America in ruins, if that's where she a thoroughly modern education. Coming ings are somewhat higher: in southeastern MartelhTowers has been com-} Member of Federal Depoait Insurance Corporatioa

is, still seems to be in better shape than I from such a distinguished source they are bs districts and over the far I i iI I I pleted. The Florida Bond and

!I:northwest t t .
any-other country. -
s. NHiw. I -- -----
worthy of serious consideration. 1 i G KF.

Among the principles set forth are I -- Officer' in Charge i I .I".A".I'.I".I".I'.I'.I 1.1'.1'.11'1111:1.4'.1'1": 1..IIT.I'.I'.1 A.

Every community has doers and un- these: We learn by action rather than I .. .....a. !

doers. To which class do you belong? absorption; learning is specific rather than II:Today's;1 ; HoroscopeThis i i; i

You know the answer. general; the best things to learn are those I ........................ rSPECIAL--OFFER |
which are important in our life and work;
'r'I day bestows a strong attachment
Ethiopian war correspondents fill 1 I
we should study the things that will most Partly Cloudy to the home and par
space by denying today what other correspondents directly contribute to our efficiency and I: ents. The life may be narrow,
said yesterday. much change in temperature; perhaps confined, but not, on the
happiness.Like MOUNT VERNONIVaR
gentle to moderate northerly. whole unhappy. The native is
many other progressive educators winds. restless and a little too impul-1 S
There has been a decrease in suicides of today, Dr. Frank does not believe 'Florida Partly cloudy tonight sift and not quite enough; foresight :.

lately. Folks are sticking around waitingfor that a college education is either necessaryor and Saturday; somewhat colder may be used for great; success -{
Saturday afternoon in extreme ; but with: reasonable pre-l
the Townsend plan to get going. desirable for everyone. The four years north portion. caution. the facilities of modern'n'

spent in college might often be better employed Jacksonville: to Florida Straits education should prevent any}

Don't forget the Red Cross roll call- in gaining practical experience in a and East Gulf: Moderate winds.mOi.tIy failure. o
1I01.therf.! and partly overi i
be a. member and help in the work of workshop or business. It depends largely rant. weather tonight and .Batar-j i f Subscribe to The Cittscfi --ZOc I'I'f a

mer? y that means so much to afflicted peo- on the,natural talents and inclinations of a day. I I i weekly.,' Q
1 f e4
ple. young person whether he should go to col .

let e.v' !I : .,
An old time shoemaker complainsthat For one who is of a studious disposition -

hides are not properly: tanned anymore and aspires to enter one of the learned

But perhaps his loss *3 little Willie'a professions a college education is indis-

gain. pensable of course. For those who go to ; s

college merely to be able to say that they

Customs of old Egypt would have I have gone to college, it is a waste of val- f 3

cramped the style c rppJsrr; politicians. I'! uable time. USE

There the bull was :h i!'d sacred and neve As Dr. Frank very truthfully says: ICEit

shot. "We cannot prove that a college educa i ;.. I ITS 4 :::: \\

tion guarantees a big income, or that it ;
1 II ( Io
Ethiopia will no doubt prove an o' t- makes us happier men and women. Mostof

let for some of Italy's surplus population, the old argument for college educationis L'U I I ICE REFRIGERATORS j II S
but it
might be I less painful if Mussolini in the ash-can." _

could have them jump into tae Mediterranean ( Made of all metal equipped ,t S


If mer- and Ttomer came face to face The average citizen of Key West does i 1! They're Economical .eE.9\&I;

with the real problems that confront the not take advantage of this wonderful age k 10O Per Cent Refrigeration

unfortunate they would n. '. hesitate to of printing. There is hardly a subject, L 1 M Satisfaction
subscribe to any fund that: ties to make frivolous or serious, about which one can + Priced at 0

life better. not find excellent books extremely reasonably -

A drowning--person-continues- his struggles I" each priced year. yet most of us read only a few r and 35 i1'i : 16-PIECE SET, consisting of 4 plates, 4 Cereals, 4 Cups

until exhausted. Even if your business Each family in this city would be bet i t EASY TERMS 10 DAYS <9 4 Saucers while they last at per set $1.00r

is on the point of being submerged, ter off if it made a practice of buying not FREE TRIAL I ,

revivification, through ad\ertising, can be less than one good book every month, and i m
accomplished.When reading it. There are well written stories, I 1 THOMPSON'S ICE CO.
4 Florida & Co.
South Engineering
-- excellent popular treatments of the sciences INIPhone .- I

the Constitution was being fine biographies and discussions and remi- No. 8

adopted there was ''me opposition; a few niscences without end. By exercising a c: = ..1 PhC'.e 595 White .001 Eliza Streets

wanted a monarchy. Thc.e; ire a few a* little judgment the average citizen could n 1 I "Your base is worthy of' the best"

the present time who wouh' like to see the ai'd wonderfully to his knowledge and at t 1 1J'I

next thing to it-a dictate -iiip. the same time greatly enjoy the process. J 1'fi' .I" 'III-I.4T.I.I'II.I.I.1.1.I'"

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t e ... J"" ....._...___ LEAGUE COLUMN I Anniversaries

SPORTS ) ........................

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STXOPSlSr Awls rarmrortftfca Mom says tt'd be better If yon .......... 1708-William Pitt, Earl of

no*right teamed to aer.aMC-tkat t\mt actnallf the aka to hat a had one to start off with. She's tell- (By JOVE) Advertisements under this head Ii I Chatham English statesman, who

nametett mttforth orphan home trough hut *not np tn even tilt Ing the rest of the kids that that' .................5.55... will be inserted in The Citizen at laid the foondatwfis of Britain's

adopted. She learnt after the death who Jou are and only Aunt Ltlsa The ten leading hitters in the Empire father of an illustrious
the rate of Ic word for each in-
/ her 'pam"U.oC the deft not will know the trnth. Aunt Llisa I born. Died
even have a there in thetr large Social Diamondball League fol- sertion the son, May 1178.I .
fortune, and roes to Attoria tot rp lives here with us you know. She's but the minimum for I
to learn eonetMng abort key peat pa's sister. --- -- lows: first insertion: in every Instance is I -
She it to+ Ike horn* ot recta Bo.-I:" I
key former warn, who. seem hfceiv "When he went back to the old t ..............5..I PlayerAB R. H. Ave.:25e. 1730-Baron von Steaben.
to help lane radio jutt hat put Anne DIAMONDBALL I Prussian major-general under
to beds a Itttle room wich be country and forgot to come back, LOPEZ PLAYERS I J. Roberts ._._.....30 10 19 ..633J. Payment fov classified advertisements -
long* to her daughter Jfiin*. she moved In here and she's been LEAGUE STANDINGS Washington, whese uttvkes in disciplining
I ...__.. is invariably in advance
helpiag keep things going. You'll I Lopez 16 9 9 .562 the Army of the Revolution

like her. She's so cranky she's WON ONE-SIDED I GAME TONIGHTBy Soldano ......__._.14 5 9 .542 but regular advertisers with ledger was invaluable, born Remunerated -

Chapter 19 funn,. She's book-keeper down at I (By JOVE) J. Navarro _...34 9 17 .500 accounts may have their advertisements I by a grant of land near

NEW NAME the CaDUE'f',1'Oar-- H. Wickers 34 10 17 .500
> ...i.5..a15.Ce000Ce5C5. Advertisers should give their!
at the Farnsworth Canneries +
JOVE Nov. 28 1794.
( ) cabin and died ,
SLEEP well. Anne sat up, folded she finished, lamely. M. Lopez _____.34 13 15 .441 street address as well as their telephone i ,
Into a hump thumped 1 SENIOR!' LEAGUE It will be a "hot" game tonight I -
Nikki Neilsen. She rather liked It. I Blackwell .__...25 5 10 .400 number if they desire re-
1st, and lay down again. A fresh rain Beginning of Seco d-Ha1f at Bayview Park. 1787-Eliza Leslie. PhBadel-
.storm It was so different from the,other. OVERWHELMING SCORE' OF I Johnson _...15 6 6 .400 sults.With
was blowing up. It pattered on Perhaps she would bob her hair, let I' Club- W. L. Pet The winner of the first-half of,; each classified advertisement phia's popular writer on domestic
]Ute roof like the feet of tiny mice. TO MARKED AGAINST Papy ...___...._.10 1 4 .400
13 2 Citizen will and authoress
It reminded her it bleach out the walt would natur Lopez Funeral Home 1 0 1.000 the Senior League schedule and The give free anAntoitrop economy short-story

I she had taken with of a Luke camping and trip Laclnda ally. Only l Yvonne knew the trouble BAR-B-Q OUTFIT IN GAME Bakers _._..__..._. 0 0 .000 the, team that has won three 'H. Sands _..15 1 6 .400 i Razor Outfit. Ask for of her day born in Philadel
she took to keep It Salk:; because it. phia. Died Jan. 1, 1858.
years before. They had Farnsworth'S\ Firemen _._......+-.._ 0 0 .000 straight games will tackle the I II i
Lucinda hair had been
stopped at a cabin In the hills and dark. Sunshine and wind turned It Bar-B-Q ._...._.._.____ 0 1 .000 diamondball champions of Key OTHER DATA l WANTED -
=latter they had retired, a pack rat I Most times at bat: J. Navarro 1807-Peter H. Burnett Mis-
and his family had scampered beck'and' tawny gold. West. In other words the Fire II
Lopez and Wickers most runs ANTED-Seeond hand souri lawyer, Oregen pioneer and
iui for Mllna. ; dining
1"11 tl iron. offered- SOCIAL LEAGUE
forth across the thin root. (By JOVE) men referred to in the first part f
"Mom sars 'd betted not down scored M. Lopez most hits: J. room suit in good condition. jurist. California 49'er, and her
The rain had a homey, comfortIng you go : ;
In the of the d-Ha1f
first game second End of Seca of this paragraph: will meet the
first born in Nashville
town for i few sod Write Box E Citizen. governor ,
to days Tel care
sound.' Tecla was pretty when we ,
Wickers stolen
Senior Navarro and most
of the ;
she smiled. She had dimples high conM get Violet Jotnunen to give : Club=- W. L. Pet. Bakers. I nov3-3tx Tenn Died in San Francisco

la. her cheeks. John Neuman's eyes: I you a permanent If yon could afford ball League's schedule Diamond-I I Administration ..._..._ 9 3 .750 I One of the youngest and most bases: Pellicier 5, Lopez and'Lewis. Map 17, 1895.

were so blue, sailor blue. He had It." Funeral Home outfit 4 .630 3 each; most doubles: Mat-i FOR RENT -
the cellar-occupants the Bar-B-Q Lighthouse ._......"._" 1 outstanding pitchers in the city E ----
nice hands firm and strong, and. 2. I School 5 1 .415 Johnnie Walker Jr. will be in thews 6, Whitma'-sh Archer, :'! 1815-Edward L. Daveapott, a
The 13 to ,
ten. final High
Anne before mirror
sat -
moth broad shoulders. Wasn't therea
song about rain on the roof? No I LATER drapfed' around her shonl A very loose game on the part I Bayview Park .. 4 7 .360 the box for the Fire laddies and :! Lopez J. Navarro and Barker 3 [ : -2 bed rooms!, conveniences leading'American actor of his
of the losers was played. The each; most triples: J. Navarro 2; day, whose five daughters and
519 Elizabeth
need to worry now or think. She ders. Above her stood lIlna, lips M. Acevedo will be behind the I porches.
slept. pursed in a tight! line as she lifted Embalmers scored six runs in the End of First-Half plate. The veteran and reliable most home runs: Arias, R. Roberts Street. nov13 two sons all achieved stage success -
I I born in Boston. Died Sept.
very first inning. After that the Club- W. L. Pct. Ward will toss 'em over for the i I J. Lopez, Lewis, Stanley, B. 1, 1877.
Sandwich boys played a Bakers with Gabriel the back- FURNISHED APAP.TMENT
as Demeritt, Soldano, E. Roberts 11
better game but the damage had Lighthouse ._.._ 8 2 .800 :Modern conveniences 628

of i already been done. Service .._.._.._ 1 3 .700 stop.It will not be surprising if the jl each; most strike outs: B. Pinder : White street, or call at Gains 1833-William F. Durfee engi

The win automatically places Administration _._.5 5 .500 game goes into extra innings. 7; most walks: Whitmarsh and 1 Barber Shop. nov2 neer-inventor who superintended

the Lopez ten in first place- Bayview Stars ........ 4 6 .00 Lights will fo on at 6:45 p. m. Blackwell 5 each. 1 the making of the first Bessemer
until tonight's ame. and the contest will get underway :; 1I I, FURNISHED APARTMENT with steel here in the 1860's. born at

R At bat, the leaders were: In- I at 7:30 o'clock.BASEBALL : electric ice box. 1001 Eaton New Bedford, Mass. Died Nov.
I,. graham, with n double and two his opponent Samuel1a was getting -' I FERA TEN CHAMPS f phone 879-J. nov9-lmox 14. 1899.
I 40 Bill Malone was against!
four times Cates,
singles! up; I I
with the same average, and Arias I, Otto Kirchheiner and beat Otto] GAME ATNAVYFIELDSUNDAY FURNISHED HOUSE. Modem
with two out of three. I by one stroke with ; I conveniences: three bed rooms,
Jones. Castro and Bazo played :" recipe for playing in the 30's i I garage. Apply 610 White FUNERAL HOME
i well for the losers in the field, as I according to Mr. Pious Hokey I Street. nov9-5tx Serving Key West

L did Ingraham, Nodine and Ster- I Pokey is to start on No. 6 and j (By JOVE) I Half Century

Inig for the winners... I play the round. He was the one I I The Administration ten defeated NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT 24 Hoar Ambmlascc Scenes

Score by innings: R. H. E. .I who objected to the procedure (By JOVE) the High School players I : with garage. Apply 827 Licensed Emoatmer

Bar-B-Q 000 011 000- 263' but from now on that will be his I I Sunday afternoon at the Navy I yesterday and won the second-! Duval street. oct9 Phone 135 Night C9-W

I Lopez u 610 200 13x-13 15 2 starting place. And he Field, the Dean Stars will playa half title of the Social Diamondball -

Batteries: Rosam Castro and I to have his score card: aathenti-I I I baseball gme with a club composed -I League's schedule.The FOR SALE \\\1I'iU"I//I

I Jones; C. Gates and Ingraham. cated by a notary i of some of the best players game ended with. the score I SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50e. 1

I in the city and will be managed i reading 9 to 0.
51...................... The Artman Press. angt SPEND
LEGALS by Mario Sanchez. This afternoon the FERA out-

,. Doings Around The ro.J'I The batteries will probably be I fit will meet t'em Lighthouse crew. i. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed YOUR ,

l s it a, -- I IV THE COUNTY jrDGFTS .i Sanchez and Gabriel for the picked winners of the first-half. This : cards $1.26. The Artmaa

Golf Links I> %M) KOIl MOiROF.rnoniTE." COUNTY, aggregation and Fischer and I'will be the first of a three-game i Press. aug7 VACATIDN !

13 Ft.tminv.Estate of 1v i Mcintosh for the Dean elan. [series< to determine the champions
Ir ; r In JOAQUIN re: DeARMAS.r, "I The game will be called at 3:30 i lof the league. : OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-fw ; THIS YEAR IN =

t' ah.yM x J (By GRAVY) NOTICE TO CREDITORS*eased. I o'clockIn order to tllow time for I bundles for 5c. The Citizen! Of

To" all creditors and all persons I the swimming meet to be over The Japan Air Transport com- fice. oct6 FLORIDAeirt !
7 claims or demands against I
having I before the contest starts. pany has started weekly airmail I -
said Estate:
seems that a slight error was TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO { HfAl1H.
The storm had blown You and each of you. are hereby I service between Kyushu and Formosa _
over. I made in the results of last Sun- notified and required to presentany I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c covering a four-day steam sheets: '1Sc:. The Artman Press
Once she awakened barber's scissors. I in that Handsome Horace was'' claims and demands which you W J;
heard foot a sharp pair of day or either of you may have against weekly er route in 10 hours. I angT 11111"'I"\\\\
steps tiptoeing past the door, beard Clip.clip. Anne felt that her past charged with a loss when as a the estate of Joaquin DeArtnas, deceased .. ,
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the far away rattle of stove lids! and life was being cut from her. Clip, matter of fact he beat Charlie late of Monroe County Florida -- -- -- --- -- ---

i from the open window caught the clip. She felt a frantic desire to stay logeboom, Doe Lund, 5 &; 10 Judge, to of the Monroe Hon. Hugh County Gunn, at County his office -

fragrance of wood smoke, as the Miina's hand. She was acting too Fripp et aL So "Pretty Boy" the in the County Courthouse in
wind whisked it Jnto _the room. A hastily ._ is Monroe County Florida within one -.
column apologizes and sorryto from the date of the first publication -
child's laugh sonnikd. be hushed Yon look better already," declared have wronged you. Somethingelse year h reof. All claims and demands
abruptly. When she opened her eyes Miina.stepping back and surveying not presented within the
again an oblong of sunlight lay her.I left it kind of long but has come to the attention of time and In the manner prescribed i I FIRMS
the column. It snake that herein shall be barred as provided
was a
across the plain pine floor, like a yellow the curl will take It up. And If you'lllet by law I I
rug. me fix your brows like mine* Charlie Salas was killing and not Dated September JO, A. D IU$.
Later that day after the obliging his ball being knocked out of the ANA MIRA DeARMAS, I
She arose and went to the window I As Administratrix of the Estate of
and looked out.The storm had blown Violet bad ministered to her.: Anne rough. It seems Mr. Salas met Joaquin DeArmas, Deceased. I.I
turned to the mirror and with 3-ft. rattlesnake near octi-11-18-25: ; novlS1I $-::
again a
over. Below, the roofs of Onion I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
stared An elfin face .
,Town were steaming In the warmthof In surprise. fo.. 9 green and yesterday every f
the peered out from a mass of curls: the ball that was knocked into the THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
early Of
spring sun. Beyond the SIT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
bay and the far waters of the Pat straight black heavy brows had I rough remained there. So if you I FLORIDA. IV AND FOR MOV-!

cine were glinting, tossing foam- given away to thin half archer want to find a good ball just look LORAN ROE COUNTY H. PREVO IV and ClIAXCERT.

capped naves. She was. pretty now. as Shsrlee I any place on the golf course. RUATHA: PREVO, his wife Star American Coffee
had been pretty, but she bad lost Complainant, ROSES
The wind was chill[ so Anne that distinctiveness which bad set va Aa-reeaieBt. F.r Deed JOHN C. PARK TIFT'SCASH
closed the window. She pawed Some of the boys were playing F.reclOT>r. Has a tat and aroma that
'her from the average girl.
through her bag for a robe and had anda golf for the fun of it and so : HENRY ENKEMEIER, and is only found IB food coffee .
face .
And she A
was glad. new KNKEMEIER. his wife FLORAL PIECES A
donned It when Mima rapped at the new name, at this time meant every man was for himself. Cookie|; whose Christian name Is 328 SIMONTON ST.aad you can he sure that it's GROCERY

door. more of a chance for peace. Mesa took one of his co-workers< unknown Defendants. fresh because it's blended in SPECIALTY

"Coffee" she announced, comingIn The children came In from school, (CrnicVshank: ) and played along j ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIt Key West. 1101 Division Street
with a tin tray in her band. surveyed her decided she was all with the Duke of Rock Sound and; appearing by affidavit appended PLUMBINGDURO
to the bill of complaint filed in LARGO
"Thank you Milna." Anne smiled I, right, and chatted with her half in Louie L Pierce After playing 27 j the above stated cause that the defendants It 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29 '

at her then, pouring cold water intoa English,half In Finnish,much to her holes "Old Bye" called it a day Henry Enkemeier and STAR lb 25c;

china bowl gasped as she rinsed 'bewilderment But she learned much and quit. Cookie as usual had a.; tian Enkemeler name ,is his unknown wife, ,whose are residents chris- V. & S. ft ISc. Staple and Fancy-
her face In it. She thought of of the household Into which she had pretty good score only he didn't j of a state or country other than the d PUMPS
Yvonne and :Mate; of Florida and that their residence -
the warm bathroom: forced her way. GrocarieaPLUMBING
ell Some sort of
: me. an argument
is unknown that there is no
thought of her again as she brushed There were signs of rigid economy was going on on number nine person In the State; of Florida the SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
her long hair honey-brown In ,the : explained by Milna In her Aitwood's service of subpoena upon whom NURSERY
hole too because voice 1
and Street Complete Line Fresh
512 Greene
sunlight f frank manner. "Pa just up and left: would bind said defendants
carried over those treetops like that they are each over the age of
"Gee you'd be pretty If you cut : left ma with the bouse and all the i twenty-one years. PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
that off and got you a permanent" kids and until we were old enough to nobody's I IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, PHONE 597

offered Milna. "You'd never know help she had a pretty hard .time. I,I that and said they non-resident are hereby required defendantsbe to
yourself" and then she blushed. Aunt Liisa's salary helps. Both the It seems that Fred Ayala was j I appear to the Bill of Complaint
don't mean you're not pretty now, big boys George and Ore! are boat going to play with Ike Russell I filed in said cause on or beforeMonday SELECT, SEA tOODSREAD- HAPPY1'DAYS ARE HERB

but you'd look like oh, like Joan pullers. They'd like to have a boat and give Pete Taylor to Bascom I A. D. 19IS, the, otherwise and day of December allegations Jewfiso, 2 Ibs. 35e INSURANCE
Crawford, maybe. of their own then Len could help Grooms but it was no go on ac- of said bill wilt be eta as
when he's out of school. In that way, count of once before that arrange confessed IS FURTHER by said defendants.IT ORDERED. that Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibs. ..;. 35c THE KEY WEST 1to

T.1 EVER know myself repeated with me working in the cannery. ment was made and a couple of I I this order be published once a week Yellowtail o. Bone, 2 tbs. 25c Offices 319 Dnval Street A-
Anne"that's an Idea." Mom could stay at home. But" and for free meaL for four consecutive weeks in the '
gentlemen paid a I Grouper, 2 11>>.. 25cSaapper AD.
West Citizen published -
Key a newspaper
She crawled back into bed and she hunched her shoulders in a futile SUNDAY sr'JtI\
in said County and State. }I 2 Ibs. 2Sc
accepted the tray, and as she sippedthe : gesture "we won't ever get William Penababe Kemp was This October 24th. A. D. 1S35. t TELEPHONE NO. 1
hot black liquid. Milna talked.We'ye enottgh to buy a boat and an outfit. I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL,) I, Mutton Fun, 2 Ibft 25
having good time yesterday be- ROSS C. SAWYER
Per Year
got a name for yon" she "Do they cost so much! Anne remembered Clerk of Circuit Court.
cause he had 43-43 which is as FRESH SHRIMP
began. i a little of what Luke had By FLORENCE E. SAWYER Try T..r Meal At
"A name for me!" questionedAnne 'said that night In Lee's library. good a score as he has had in a Deputy Clerk. Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE-

"Oh they could start five hundred long time. Se he teamed with KURTZ & REED Fresh Crab Meat ia A 65c .
and then she remembered. on Solicitors for Complainants. >> >> cans Paper Delmomco Restaurant
"What, Is It!" I The cooperative cannery Melvin (Cupid) Russell and play I octIS; noTl-S-lS-21 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY

"Your name." Milna said, hugging would let them start with that, then ed against< Bob Spottswood and Business Office Citizen Buowe!..r Beer ........ lie

her knees as she !sat at the other take the payments out of their hanL" Curry Harris. The first round IV IV:THE AND:" COlTVTr FOR MONROE JUDGE'S: COUNTY COURT: LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six c...... DiMer, --.-__
end of the bed" Is Nikki Neilsen. (Copyright DSS. ly Jeanne Eatcman) was very rosy for Doe and Mel STATE OF FLORIDA.
Like It?* [ but the last was awful and the IB re Estate of PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------ JOe, 7Sc, and 85.
Anne learns the worst. tomr. MORENO.Deceased..
"NIkkl !-:ensenrepe"ILted Anne.Today's row, from Eve; Portland, carss-: final was too many for Bob &: i

Curry. And Willie made up for To all Creditors, Legatees, Dls-
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tributees and
........................ of New York City columnistau.I lost skins he got five. Claims or Demands Against saidEstate Our Reputation is Wrap. PRITCHARD
: 536 Fleming Street
( Birthdays I thor born in Chicago, 54 years Charley Ketchum and Timo-I by Yon notified, and and each required of you to are presentany here- ped in every package: JENNIE B. DE BOER

I ago. theus Pittman got together claims or demands which yon FUNERAL HOME
.............eaa.5..e.5 .I neither would tell you who won.! or either of you, may have against of
i I the estate of Laura Curry ).Moreno
Prof Felix Frankfurter of the Maybe both did. I deceased late of Monroe County '
Vincent Astor of New York :::I:: -
Harvard Law School, born in head of the house in America, l J Monroe Florida,County to the County Florida, at Judge his of ol PRINTINGDONE I Dlplfied, Syapatbtie

Vienna, 53 years ago. born in New York 44 years ago. Now boy if you want to playa flee in the Court House of said C.*rtiy

i I good golf game just get a growing -, County Florida, at Key within West twelve Monroe. month County BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

Dr. S. Josephine Baker of New youngster in the family. The Ifroin' the time of the first publication EMBAUffEBAvbrnlaa
York noted child hygienist bornat Lewis Stone, actor, born at best score of his career was ob- of this notice to-wit, October WATCHMAKER JEWELE& -THE- LICENSED

Poughkeepsie, N. Y, 62 years "Worcester Mass? 56 years ago. i tained by William Wesley Wat- must 4. !>!>be; said duly claims sworn to or and demand presented AND ENGRAVER .
ap. kins. It seems Willie started! to the said County Judge ai t See Him For Your Neit Wed ARTMAtTPRESSCitizen ** 3.rvle.
with a birdie and when he finished aforesaid, or same will be barred
Gerhart famed I by limitation. SEDUCED
Mr Bertha M. Sinclair-Cowan Hanptmann nine holes he had a 39. And Datea this 4th day of October, A. ALL PRICES Bid LADY ATTENDANT. .
German dramatist-author born *.
("D. M. Bower"), of De Poe Bay. when he was through seven in D. 1935. Howrst 9 t. 12-1 to- Citizen OfficeFRIDAY
Oref., noted novelist, born at years ago.Subscribe such good shape he said he needed As Administrator of the Estate ol PHONE 51 Hen
Ope. Sahrrmay Nigbta' Sleep
Cleveland. Mien., 60 years ago. two pars for a 39 and proceededto Laura Carry ),Moreno deceased. I

I to The Citizen-2 make same. Not only that but lw. CURRY,. for HARRIS Administrator. t

Franklin P. Adams ("F. P, A."), weekly, while he was getting that score ectl-ll-lJ-25; -15-SS-2 .
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I Record Number of Disasters Year; VIEWS AND REVIEWS
I ; ; i To my loyal Supporters in Tues- l I, Joe Cabrera, your Councilman -

:-: SOCIETY : : Relief Given in 128 by Red Cross I wish day'to Election thank :and assure you 'defeated for the for re-election past two years have, but endeavored

................................................. What They Say Whether that mere words are inadequateto to personally thank my
Right Or Wrong I
Junior Club Names Arrange DanceAt .. .. ." ., ........................ preciation express for to you the my sincere ap-'. ardent friends and supporters and
r1 support given I I I to those that I have not been able
Committee Members Raul's ClubDell IIr Howard Winner, cameraman in me, and to those who did not vote!,! to see in person, I now extend my

r t rs Ethiopia for me, I want to say that there |I j sincere thanks and appreciation

'Committee members of the Woods' Orchestra is once "Hotel accommodations are is no malice within me against i i, for their efforts and recognition
again complete having recently rs lousy the bugs and fleas have me you and that your opinion and I I[ of my past services for the well -
Junior Woman's Club of Key: added to their line-up Albert e ;..f covered with bites and sores, and privilege will always be respected II II I fare of the city.I .
West for the Club Year 1935-36, Manucci who will appear with the food is enough to poison a and cannot change the friendship l I will leave my duties with that

were named at a very interesting' the band* at the dance at Raul's goat.". which I hold for you. Politics is ,i! satisfaction that I served faithful -
I' r f fY one thing and I hope friendship I[ !, honest and and
business meeting held this week. j I Olub tomorrow night. The affair impartial, regret
Five committees were named as'I I will start' at 10:00 p. m. and last Laura Momttock, dietician is another. :: that the majority of the
until 3:00 a. m. "A person can do a mUCh bet Yours sincerely and truly, voters failed to weigh+ and endorse
follows: I has AMBROSE W. CLEARE. my record a sa whole.I .
The new san phone player ter day's work on a !good break-
Finance committee: Mrs. more than filled the vacancy fast. I novl5-lt hope that I will be able to
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Dorothy McCarthy, chairman;!, created by Tommy Thompson's 4 repay each and everyone in the
Miss Florrie Retchings, Mrs. Horner -'' departure to Miami, it is said. ys Morris FUhbein. doctor: APPRECIATION future for their kindness, and

Herrick. j I I The orchestra played with one "Long-haired dogs develop ra- II -; I'I hope that they will join me in
:Miss Although unopposed in Tuesday's congratulating the newly elected
Membership committee: man short last Saturday night bies less requently than short-
Nellie L. Russell, chairman; Mrs.-; due to the fact that the new alem-' haired dogs. election, I want to conveyto I officials and cooperate for the

Earl Julian, Miss Xenia Hoff. j j ber was detained by "Wedding the citizens of Key West my best interest! of our city. Believe
sincere appreciation of the handsome -'I me sincerely and once a friend,
House committee: Mrs. George Bells. Left-Red Cross worker aids family in New York state floods. Injured father tells how mother and children were Mr.. 0. D, Ohpbaat, Legion Auxiliary complimentary vote '
Gomez chairman; Miss Marguerite!I] For Saturday night, Ida has trapped in flooded house until rescued by Red Crots. Right-Terrain,stripped of homes and verdure by tornadoIn official: given I I always one.
Goshorn Mrs. Dumont Huddles-', luncheon to be servedin Cross, me. In the future as in the past,: noviS-It JOE CABRERA.DANCE.
prepared a Gloster Mississippi. Insert-Admiral Cary T. Grayson,new chairman of Red who directs relief work. "The first pacifist of this land
Pangle. i j of Raul's.A I shall in every way endeavor to
ton, Mrs Edgar the atmosphere .
Entertainment committee: Miss new cozy library of Broawday releases -I OLD Mother Nature visited an the 48 states and Alaska. Food of more than 300 world war veterans j I is }Irs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." justify the confidence reposed in
medical aid In road
and government construction
housing clothing
number of varied cat-
me by faithful administrationof
chairman :Mrs. Rob- will be rendered for the a
Alce Curry ; aclysms on her children during the were given to 110,000 persons in 306 camps In the keys who lost their Mr. Franklin! D. Roosevelt, wife the office of
!I city treasurer.
the best
William Norman. West to
Mrs. first time in Key
ert Dopp of lives listed
counties-or In almost one-tenth or were among the missing of the President
all :
Miss' past year causing distress over I WILLIAM T. ARCHER. j Tonight From 9 Tin ?
Publicity committee: ] of the orchestra's ability. the territory of the nation. in the hurricane.The .
I the nation to many thousands of "Perhaps the first and most novl5-lt CUBAN CLUB
Florence Sawyer. Two called into
I disasters which work of mercy for these I
I men women and children. practical step that nations could
Auspices Convent Senior ClassGents
Arrange Dance At the field every available worker of many sufferers was directed personally |1 I I
Her repertoire of disastrous occurrences take towards would be Subscribe to The Cit -20c
I peace to 45c Ladies Fre.
Club Plans the relief forces of the Red Cross by Admiral Cary T. Gray- ;
Wheel Habana-Madrld : included drought and were the floods In New York state son,new chairman of the Red Cross. I buyout the munitions makers." I I weekly. t
Ride For Tonight I'I dust storms in the midwest; explosions -I In August, and the Florida hurri- Funds are provided for this type
Big things ;; planned for to-' III es, floods epidemics of cane In September both of which of work by memberships in the Red I Ed Howe Kansas author:

Members of the Key West Coral morrow night at the Habana-Ma- disease shipwrecks tornadoes and claimed a heavy toll of life, and Cross and by special relief funds "My hole is to go to bed one
Wheel Club will enjoy one of drid's big weekly dance. The af-i hurricanes In many sections.As caused great property damage. In raised In a restricted area. Member- night, after a hard day's work I
their regular rides tonight; start-; fair will start at the usual hour of I a result the American Red' New York state the Red Cross had ships in the Red Cross are sought I i and never waken. That would be ACCREDITED AGENCY I
Kirtland home I Cross reports that this year the organization more than 5,000 families listed for each year at the annual roll call the absolute triumob."
ing from the Fred 10:00 o'clock. _
gave relief in the greatest I rehabilitation aid after the storm period and support both the local 1
South street at 8 o'clock. The Habana-Madrid's orchestra I I -
on !( number of catastrophes In any wreckage was cleared away. In chapter work and the national disaster ;: For The Following Nationally Advertised Lines:
All members of the club are will play 'an unusually good pro William E. Boran, fightitg Republican
expected one single year in Its history. Re- Florida the Red Cross prepared to public health nursing war
to be present and other gram of dance music and Manager lief was carried to victims of 128, aid a thousand families, and also veteran and other work of the so Old Guard: HART, SCHAFFNER & MARK CLOTHES
wheel enthusiasts who desire to Carbonell will be on 'hand to disasters, which occurred in 37 ofSUNDAY ; to act In problems of the dependents ciety. "Heaven knows: the Old Guard
become members are invited. see that everyone bask. a.joodtime. has little to offer in the way ofa NUNN-BUSH SHOES
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Dance Tonight 1 Club tonight starting at 9:00 DINNER STEAMER OZARK REV. PHILLIPS no "would accept their pro- j MANHATTAN SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,

At Cuban Club
John Pritchard's Orchestra will i I Howard C. Naffzinger doctor, ol
:Members of the Senior Oass oft, be there to furnish a good pro- I California: MONITA SOCKS MALLORY HATS I

Convent of Mary Immcaulate will( gram of dance music for the' oc I I "The skull is the one place BELTS AND SUSPENDERS BY PIONEER
sponsor a big dance at the Cuban _casion. By ANN PAGEPORK 1 where you can remove the tissue!

_-- _- w__ __ is really cht'aper-not just a BRAZOS DUE TO ARRIVE TO- the visitors in Key West j[that harbors a tumor, sterilize the HARTMAN LUGGAGE COOPER'S UNDERWEARMENDELL'S : ,
ial cut but loins, fresh hams I today, is REV. J. A. Phillips superintendent i bone and replant it."
spareribs and sausage Other meatprices NIGHT FROM CAL of Latin Missions in! EXCLUSIVE MEN'S SHOP
BEAUTIFICATIONUNIT NEW ARRIVAL IN remain about as last week.
White eggs are a little; cheaper and VESTON:: Florida, with headquarters in I Ralph C. Epstein; business: school
butter again somewhat higher. Tampa. executive: 517 Duval Street

ASSEMBLESWEEKLY ZACHRY FAMILY' should Green be beans plentiful barring and lower accidents priced Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde- Rev. Phillips will preach at I "For a plentiful distribution of

than in weeks. Spinach and cauliflowerare Mallory Lines arrived in port 9 Salvador Church Sunday eveningat the wisdom of economic 'doctors'and
unusually attractive in quality and I 7:30 o'clock, and will also suspect (with reason) that
o'clock this from Jack
Idaho and morning
price. baking potatoes
sweet potatoes are worthy of special I sonville discharged heavy hold the quarterly conference of I j their permanent cures may be I
CLASS HELD MEET-; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zachry, mention. cargo the institution. I' worse than the diseases."
and sailed this afternoon for!
i Apple Week continues with this : WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
INC HERE THIS Panama, Canal Zone, announce most popular. of fruits available in II'I New Orleans. +j '
t the birth of a boy weighing 7% many .varieties at low cost. Grapefruit Power Boat Sea Belle, was in'l I MONROE THEATER! Local Committee for Key West
MORNING are taking an important place in
pounds. Mother and son are reported the fruit marketFlorida oranges are port today, took on cargo of containers -, Medicated'o" BIondell-Glenda Farrell
arriving in greater volume and improving II I with ingredients of Date, _. _
I as doing nicely. quality.Here for the Doxsie Sea Food ,
Mrs. Zachry is a former Key are three menus planned to company and sailed for Caxam- Vicks VapoRub "
of the weekly classes I ARE IN .
suit graded budgets.
bas, Fla. TO THE EDITOR ,
Wester. Miss Violet Roker, daughter :
in beautification and plant cul- of Mr.':and Mrs. John Roker Low Cost Dinner !'I'. Steamship: Granada, of the i Matinee i :;; Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I

tivation being carried on by the who are now making:'their}: homein Shoulder Lamb Chops Bared Potatoes Standard 'Fruit'' ;;and Steamship I5-20c; Night: 15-25c Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the I

beautification department of the Riviera, Fla., from:where news Bread Creamed and Spinach Butter company from Philadelphia to I I' -- -- memory of one of our most beloved and useful
KeyV est Administration was of their new grandson was sent to. 1 Brown Betty. I I Frontera Mexico, is due in' port
Tea or Coffee Milk: fuel ; citizens I enclose herewith contribution of
The Citizen today ,for >\toil at the Porter my
held this when all foremen
and supervisors of beautification -, Medium Cost DnneJ"I; I I Dock comp ny. Steamship Ceiba,) STEAMSHIP Co. to the Will Rogers Memorial

projects met in the Key ........................ RoastPork Crin i f-thezsaM: irojnpany, and for the. P&O UNITED STATES FASTMAIL
West Baked Yams Battered pnions j i,i I sabie\ j distillation .is due tomor-, Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
Administration Building. i .Bread and Butter ROUTES FOR
Ralph E. Gunn in charge of PERSONAL MENTION Rice Pudding I I I row from New York for-.fue1 oils' I others from Key West and will go without any!
Teaor.Coffee Milk at the Porter Dock: ) PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
beautification work, is conducting'the ........................ MIAMI-- I deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
weekly classes taking one: Very Special Dinner i I'" Leave Key West for Havana'' Mbndays and Thursdays: .
subject at each session, and outlining -! Clifford G. Hicks, WPA assistant Tcmato Juice Stuffed supervisor of construction Roast Uuei. Apple Sauce I -om- Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and I
the principles Involved in
Mashed Yams and t morial Committee determine.
the particular operation being discussed projects in this district, who was I Rutabaga Turnips WAVES J I II Fridays. I may

1.on a business trip to Miami re- Rolls Green and Beans Butter I Two Permanents 55.00( \ I Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10.-00 P. M. 1i i
Name __.__._
The sessions are turning into! turned by plane this morning. Baked Caramel CostardCoffee for 1 i
I Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.
highly educational classes. During Ii Better Waves, $5.00 and up 'I' '": c'. .. ... '
them, foremen and supervisors; Harry Baldwin first assistant I i MRS. MILLER !i For farther information call Phone 71 Address ._ .

ask questions relative to their keeper at Carysfort lighthouse,I 1 i 407 South Street Phone 574-. i --.7.H. COSTAR A tent. I I i i
work, learn of the latest developed; arrived this week from the light: PALACEJOHN I I II I 1e J JI N3

methods of plant cultivation and I to spend his quarterly vacation.
treatment of plants and have with hU: family. WAYNE in I ............................................... .
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round table discussion of various THE NEW FRONTIER LEE BAKER'S II

problems which confront them Mrs. Victor Moffat who was Serial and Comedy J II r.IIT.I"I.I'.I'II.I'61"'I. 'I.I''I.
during the week visiting for several weeks in Miami MEAT MARKET I FOR SALE
was a returning passengeron Matinee: 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-15c

Ilaile Selassie warns his the morning plane today. I

riors ehirts"to dirty keep, to their prevent"shammas attract-war- Subscribe to The Citizen r Heavy STEER Western MEAT I .. t. -. ... .- ... .- ....'" --. "Make Your Paper Pay
Veal Spring Lamb I Ii
ing the attention !
of Italians. We'd KEY
give a pretty penny to be a'' Pork Hams Pork Shoulder : ; '
laundryman in Ethiopia if the' I HOTEL Sugar Cured Hams :: 4r ?.,_ & You Dividends!
HENS and
soldiers wore white pants. I In the Center of the Business Ingredients for Souse ,
I and Theater District A.

COLDS 1 I I -INC. First Class-Fireproof- : THE BEST MEATS!
6 6 6 i Money Saving Prices
t and i .
Sensible Rates
FEVERfirst 1 II The House of Blue Serges \ I! 822 FLEMING PHONE 695 STREET 1 eQllsuss

Ligsi T.cts! dayHEADACHES Largest assortment of I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i iI I We Opal and Make Deliveries / tt f a I Ni tlu 4.. r.r.---

$alve NeM in 30 minutes i FRENCH BLUE I Garage Elevator I Sunday Morning f Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers -

I OSWEGE SERGE SUITSfor i r Popular Prices 1 closely for special savings on your
".I. .._..llIe'. Lea.I.R .Iel" II
men and students- II household necessities. Make your paper pay you S
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THE SEMINOLECHS. \ I guaranteed fast colors, I! 'It S dividends. The most interesting news in the

i f specially priced$15.50 =, 11 I paper today is the advertising where you .an
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...,", '" i save many dollars on the family budget by

,.:fr.itY"o;=;:J t'...rt ;. -j Ij r Oversea Transportation Co. patronizing goods. those merchants who advertise their

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.i': ; f $19.50HATS : Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST

It. (."':"iEn. Manager i New Fall Hats, new 1 SERVICE BETWEEN I
A human, hwme-ilk. Institution :
where you will find Tear ..ildaal'ter colors, smart styles, silk- I merchant who advertises. I his prices ?
--,.... ... miens....... a mat lined |
of great -a--Importance.A I onlySHOES Key West and Miami Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White- charged a customer 20 cents for an article that anonadvertising .

steel firr.rf fc.IUI.K ...,.... $1.95 head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof merchant charged 40 cents for. W
!. the heart .1 the rllfEver .1 I NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST Why this big difference? K
the sea and overlooking Coral Park
Room with Combination i -ON-
? Tub I
and Shower Hath. Radio. Electric,,I SHOES For price and terms apply to
Ceiling Ventilation.Kan.' Comfortable Slat Door for Beds Summer with I SHOES I TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS By patronizing the merchants who present

Mattresses, of Inner Spring Con their prices frankly and openly each week you
.t met Lara Ion pa.and Individual Reading I To close out a big lot of I WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY I L. P. ARTMAN, help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT

Peter's .
KITE! Slmglt I Shoes- : SERVICE' #.:.. : The Citizen Office OF KEY WEST.

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DISSEMINATION IEID 'E20090414_AAABRD' PACKAGE 'UF00048666_00352' INGEST_TIME '2009-04-14T18:02:16-04:00'
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2018-05-21T13:58:08-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 314512; E20090414_AAABRD' AGENT 'UF73'
finished' '2018-05-21T13:58:42-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '1176134' DFID 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEM' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00255.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' d74c923ddf02b7743ad9002146a45bd3
'SHA-1' 26d0f7cbd10c8c4ffd403c4747b1cf1dc6b2503a
EVENT '2018-05-21T13:58:19-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
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'98608' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEO' 'sip-files00255.QC.jpg'
'9402139' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEP' 'sip-files00255.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'61363' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEQ' 'sip-files00255.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
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'898776' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTET' 'sip-files00256.jpg'
'95462' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEU' 'sip-files00256.QC.jpg'
'9400429' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEV' 'sip-files00256.tif'
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'42625' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEW' 'sip-files00256.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
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'22068' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEX' 'sip-files00256thm.jpg'
'1179216' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEY' 'sip-files00257.jp2'
'943423' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTEZ' 'sip-files00257.jpg'
'100683' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFA' 'sip-files00257.QC.jpg'
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Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'55913' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFC' 'sip-files00257.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
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'22482' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFD' 'sip-files00257thm.jpg'
'1156549' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFE' 'sip-files00258.jp2'
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'98987' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFG' 'sip-files00258.QC.jpg'
'9245507' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFH' 'sip-files00258.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
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'45957' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFI' 'sip-files00258.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22668' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFJ' 'sip-files00258thm.jpg'
'10168' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFK' 'sip-files1935111501.xml'
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'2018-05-21T13:58:22-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'11676' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABRDfileF20090414_AACTFN' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00352.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
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xml resolution

xml record header identifier 2008-12-01setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:subject Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )dc:description b Funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funding Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date November 15, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key WestNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida