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 19, 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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Government Expenditures FISHING SURVEY I Meeting Of Congress .. IN WPA SERVICE I Service Four Days A
of the newly-
Key West's new Guide Book I Inauguration
Being Closely for the current season, which! ABOUT THIRTY MEMBERS OF Week Awaiting Other
I came off the presses several days CAST PARTICIPATED IN
Watched By Politicians : I ( Am.9ftr* PTCM I II ment of others will take place 8 Needed Equipment
ago is now available. ,
CONDUCTED UNDER i Containing more than threescore I I II o'clock tonight in the city halL A. l_ HANKINSON ATTACHED I
than week after the November
HERBERT PLUMMER i attractive black and white COLONIAL HOTEL i council will I lOne of Pan-American
5 election results had been tab.
ell, Auelat4 PTTM) i I
print reproductions nearly every
for the last time tonight and rf' ACCOUNTIANT ways giant 34
i page contains a print depicting ulated Washington beard that : PLACE AS
The first rehearsal for the 1936! I formally winding up the affaha clipper ships will inaugurate
at present point to a lot D. C. i some part of the subject matter I I I word bad been passed to smother, IN VALDOSTA CA. I

of talk about economy -and retrenchment i contained on the page. production of the "Pirates of,, least of their administration will step increased passenger and mail
at almost!
temporarily matured -
I The cover attractive Penzance." which will be the*!1 I aside and the newly-elected: gruup service between Key West
In government'during Lawrence Mears of Key ,West I I black and white composition of I 1 I, plan for more legislation:I will be ushered in to serve for A. L. Hankinson, assistant dIS-
the session of opening on 1 highlight of Key West's annual j jI I II the ensuing two and Miami\ next Sunday M.
congress has been placed in charge of the : Key West, or of Key West's various I broadening some phases of the i ii years. trict supervisor of finance in the

January 3, bat whether it will be attractions. La Semana Alegre; was held last I Ii i "sew deaL" I Immediately after the oath of local district office of the Florida -I E. Gilfond, administrator in
local work in connection with a I I I office is administered, the new '
productive' taDible'reaalta I (Various phases of Key West I WPA, yesterday tendered his Key West, announced this
.DT i night in the main dining room of!}I All of which means, apparently will name the various com-
., fishing and marketing survey! be- and its life are covered on the I 'i iI I body resignation to M. E. Gilfond, dis-i morning, following a telephone
is anyone's whom will devolvethe
that so far the "braintrust" upon
: the Colonial hotel.Approximately
ing conducted under the auspicesof pages within. Besides a brief i 1 I operation of the different de trict director, having accepted an conversation last

Cochran of Missouri the Bureau of Fisheries, I history of Key West the Guide I i I 30 prospective l 1: is concerned the lid has I partments of the city govern- offer to join a firm of certified night with Jim Yonge, president s

chairman of the house committee Book contains a review of the members of the cast attended the i; been clamped down for the coming -' ment. public accountants at Valdosta,

on expenditures in the exeeative Washington D. C., and the Flor- I FERATs activities in Key West, a I I!first session and all who attended(!I session of congress. appointive The new officers board will fur name the the en- Ga.Mr. Miami-Key West Airways -

department, catued a ida WPA, it was announced this I discussion of the Hospitality:were enthusiastic over the coming,' Barring necessary legislation suing term and Mayor,harry C. Hankinson's. letter of resig. incorporated.Service .

I League's purposes and functions,I II I presentation of Gilbert and Sul- Galey will make those appoint nation to Mr. Gilfond follows: beginning Sunday wilt
flurry) of speculation by address morning. [ resulting from possible adverse I
I and a review of the art program bran's colorful operetta. I ments which come under his jurI "I received a long distance call
fag a letter to the heads of all About one week ago Mrs. Nina in Key West. r Many members of the cast of decisions of the supreme courti I I isdiction. at noon today from E. S. McDowell -, be on a four-day-a-w basis un-

government department and independent Ryder Johnson, supervisor of in- I Other subjects include Key I i last year were not in attendance I I and the soldiers' bonus, politicians'; .for the first time in years certified public accountant pin, sufficient equipment can be
I and observers here believe that there will be an entirely new
take and certification, was askedto West flora and those in of the I of Valdosta Ga.,
agencies asking for i architecture tropical i charge production j President Roosevelt will realize group of councilmen as follows: making me arranged for by Miami-Key West
prepare a list of names of sev- : found here, Key West fishing I are anxious that they attend! 'I'I Jim Roberts, William A. Free- such an attractive offer that, injustice
specific suggestions for cutting his long cherished wish for a Airways, Mr. Gilfend said. This
eral persons over 30 years of I the Key West Yacht Basin, the the future rehearsals. I ;! man Armando Cobo Clifford G.)I i to myself, I could not turnit

expenditures and promoting efficiency. age with banking, bookeeping or gold course and botanical garden "Those in the cast of last year,"I "short and snappy session" of congress Hicks Frank Delaney, Frank O. down. probably will take about two

similar experience, trustworthyand : churches and civic; and fraternal George Mills White director of, I Roberts and Marco Mesa Sr. "He was very anxious to have weeks.
I I I I It's reported as certain, at Today speculation is rife as to ,'
A copy of Cochran's letter also capable. organizations. ,i the production said this morning., least, that the White House and} who will be appointed and elect-) me report to Valdosta as soon as Under the schedule: effeetivo
is devoted to the :
was sent to fifty or more mem- W. T. Conn, senior technologist One chapter I who think that we possibly are.administration leaders on capitol| ed by the council to fill the offices I possible, and although I would

bers of congress as a "feeler." bureau of fisheries, and A. F. Key excursions West: that while can another be made is given from r starting rehearsals too soon for I' hill will do everything in their I of city attorney, city health !' like to give you longer notice, I next Sunday plane will fly between -

Since the Cochran committee Swain, field supervisor, arrivedby I over to the points of interest a production the first: week in: power to discourage legislative I officer, city auditor and supervisor I! regret that I will have to leave I I Key West awl Mfewi Sundays -

plane Sunday and after.a con- I should realize that fewer! innovations and further tinkering i of registration. Incumbents -]i>: Saturday, November 23, 1935, in I ,
has nothing to do with determin- I and 58 of them are included. Recreational February ;, I Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
j; with "new deal" machinery. are J. Lancelot Lester, IL !!! order Valdosta
ference with Mrs. Johnson and facilities are discussed I to reach the folI -I
ing the size ,of governmental app rehearsals will be necessary this C. Galey, W lard M. Albury.j Fridays. '
; I
investigating the persons : in another chapter and in another I A. Example ,I I II lowing Mondaj._js _.___ --
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prjatiQn4 !tboalybitnnifutlnc0attached { ed iJ* 1ra-Johason) f ahumber'o'f menu suggeitions aria year I r A' specific -example of this desire 1 Eddie Gomex. [r "I have enjoyed very much being Severiatwee ag+:e Mi.'E7fond i .

to it here is that the Mears. propos-1 i cocktail recipes are given. now. The last minute rush and to quiet zealous proponents 'I Applications for these several I: in Key West, and will have Conrad Van Hyniag, state ERA
i and
offices to be considered
the i lie will responsible nerve-racking strain can be eli- further "new deal" !'I. are ., pleasant memories of
move possibly may presage I The Key West Guide Book isI of legislation many as- administrator and Malcolm Mil-
acted and
tonight appoint,
extent to which in state supervisor of the well indexed eliminating the hunt minated by starting early on re-i; is had in the case of the securities I II on ';; sociation with you and members
,economy gov-
1 I ments made by the subject ler, of the national
hearsals. mayor ERA confer.
and wil be paid by the state off -I for subject matter which some I i I and exchange commission. I of your staff.
ernment will figure as a major The next meeting of the cast is I'I to action by the council, ]! red with postal authentic
ice.* : "Please accept resignationas in
times is the drawback to books of'I 'I Known to have had under con- f my
topic of political discussion during I scheduled for Monday night, November Msyor-elect: Galey said today.
assistant of finance Washington relative to
supervisor and
I II this nature. It also contains a II ** sideration amendments designed' Asked if there would be plane
I any
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the coming months. ONE CASE TRIED guide map in the back, showingthe to strengthen she original act- I changes in the police force, he effective close of business, No- mail service between Miami and
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Patronage Tightens Up location of the points of in- -- for the most part to the laymantoo I said that two changes were antici- I I vember 22, 1935. Key Wtsi. \L A. that rtise 'the tn-

There has been noticeable terest which are discussed in one EXPLAINVPA\ technical for ..understanding I .MrGilfond'l letter,* Dressing '
a ]I I pated. His intention is to have 1 I II weekljpunail servketasw; .n as the
IN COURT TODAYEMMA I j| regret at the services of
losing :
tendency on the part of both: chapter of the book. the SEC has 'abandoned" these he told The Citizen a force of : : ted
seekers after and dispensers of I All work on the guide book was WORK PROGRAM! proposed changes for( the present.!I officers who will attend strictly I i iI !'i l Mr. Hankinson, follows: conteI4 VUHyCyflkuVk tas
done by the Key West Administration SEC had drawn four-fold "I have your letter of November worked out.
I up a to the duties of officers of the
patronage in recent weeks to proceed i KIRKLAND, TRIED FOR! and is to be a selfliquidatingproject. I I I legislative program for submissionto I I I f peace end is inclined to feel satisfied 1 r 18th in which you resign as For many persons Sonday will

cautiously. Members of congress Some one pointed out I the coming congress designed that those selected are fitted ,I chief auditor of the FERA and give them the first opportunity'
shown hesitancy: VAGRANCY, FOUND i iI "There hundred dollars ISSUE SECURITY reins!1 I WPA, effective November 23,
have some i are a ': PERTAINS TO to tighten the government's for the duties.Ceremonies to see! at dose range the giant
in pressing too hard for jobs for NOT worth of art work in the book," in the nation's stock markets. tonight, it is Understood -!I 1935. clippers which the Pan-American
constituents. Heads of emer-'I and that, together with the vol-!I WAGE SCALE THAT I IV was aimed at the highly-I I will be carried out in "It is with regret that we have

uminous reading matter covering!: HAS PREVAILED _technical departments of the securities regular routine as on former like to lose your services. However, Company is now using on many of
gency agencies likewise are mak-; i it is with pleasure I learn that its routes. Dwarfed by the new
1----1 so many phases of Key West and business--the over-the- occasions. The outgoing!:, council
ing it more difficult to get jobs. i : its attractions, are expected to be I counter markets, unlisted trading will adjourn sine die. Following I!I you are getting a better position China clippers the 34 passenger

One of the larger agencies, for(I .vagrancy of criminal was court this at the morning sufficient to assure its success. I Since the beginning of Novem- broker and dealer segregation and this. the councilmen-elect escort-j with a high grade firm, of certified ships are still large enough, are
public accountants. I wish
example, deliberately has set out'I and was found not guilty by the ber the local district office of the protective committees. ing the mayor-elect, enters the I I you to know that your services well appointed within, and havea
Involving question as to council chamber to take their
to eliminate so-called "friendshippatronage" jury. BOAT FREIGHT Florida WPA has been following a comfort
j I i been greatly appreciated by even surpasses
I creden-
whether the federal government seats and the individual
'I I regulations set forth that time '
-to keep out persons I Members who failed to find : \ at I I I I this organization and that of the
by me Commodore sacking
or the states is best equipped to I tials are presented. j per- now .
relative to the of
whose political only qualifications backing. are sufficient mony of evidence the witnesses in the to testi-war SHOWS INCREASE I I persons for jobs employment at the securitywage I handle the problems word is said ""After these are approved the :I sonally." the run between Miami said ,

strong j scale. to have been passed down the line oath of office is administered to i I Key West. '

well's This rural agency settlement Professor administration Tug-- rant Fernando a verdict Chile,of Fred guilty Taylor were Al-: I Early in the month instructionswere to await a more propitious time I the mayor and afterward to the'11 UNION SERVICEPRESIDING The clipper is being med Sunday

I transmitted from L. than the present to meet the situa- members of council The body is'il only to inaugurate this addi
of fred Barroso, Herman F Roberts, CLYDE-MALLORY STEAMERS 1 Harry
has devised a system examinations tional.service.WINTER.
tion with legislation. then organized and a temporary
Hopkins national WPA adminis-
Lain Dobbs and Charles W.
for prospective em-
best of, Know lea.There. ARRIVE MORE FREQUENTLY trator through the state office at' Set-Backs Heeded chairm elected. I THREE CHURCHES
ployes as stiff as the I'
Alter the general roll calL
Jacksonville to the effect that
nine other cases of i Despite the post-election state- VISITORS
them. arc SINCE SEPTEMBER iI f Clerk Wallace Pirder will call the I. -
the local l office should
Stenographers;'tler1s'and-t vagrancy all of the defendants I accept "no: ment of Jim Farley that the -results -I roll and an election of council I
ists first must an examina women to be tried at this session II I person for employment under the of"November 5 "are entirely ELDER TO VISIT
pass I I I president and president tern- ARRIVE IN CITY
works who was not on pro
program the Democrats"
of court. ] satisfactory to
tion supplied for the purpose by Schedule of freight carrying : i is heid and oath adminis- :| HERS FOR SEVERAL
relief rolls prior to November 1, i 1 pore :
the civil service commission. Then After the prisoner and jurors and the unofficial assurances that I f
ships of the Clyde-Mallory Lines tered to those elected.
had been dismissed Jude J. Yin- 1935. FDR himself is not .
perturbed over
mental alertness I I DAYS THIS WEEK
they are given
for the month of November and Following this action the may-
in Harris announced a formal re- Originally; readers: of The Citi-what happened, there is a noticeable II I MR. AND MRS. HENRY BREW
future months until changed or will announce his appointments _
tests.Next cess until 10 o'clock tomorrow I zen will recall, only persons on : tendency members of
they are investigated. A show a decided increase since the relief rolls in to among which are either approved ER RESIDING ON VERN-
prior 1
former G-man, a graduate of J. morning. storm of September 2. :I that time were eligible for work.'! the party's high command to tem- or disapproved by the counciL i Dr. C. K. Vliet, Presiding Elderof

Edgar Hoover's bureau of investi- Before that date ships of the 1 at the but per their feelings. I When these have been decided the Miami District, will be in ON AVENUE

gation, supervises this phase.POWER\ BOAT SEA company called at this port on an I later the security order \vas rjrage broadened scale by I! Loss of the New York assembly upon the oath of office is taken I i the city several days this week:I I "' -

During the last five months more average!: of six to seven times Administrator Hopkins to include!I I the election of a Republican by the appointees.Then looking!: after the interests of his
than 3,000 applicants for work at i monthly but ships'\ which have arrived -I certified i I mayor in Philadelphia and other I will follow the election district. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brewer of

RSA have come under his i BELLE COMES IN ,1 and are due for November persons 1.SWISS. up to November :I(! set-backs for the Democrats on of the city attorney, city auditor I He will hold the quarterly conference -I r Ishpiming.!: Michigan, who visited

scrutiny. I I will by the end of the month, November 5 are not going un and city supervisor and appoint- I for the three Methodist I in Key West last nueon and returned -

Other Agencies I I III I I number 12. heeded. ments of other officials.; I churches while here. A Union I aan earlier date this

the I VESSEL TAKES ON CARGO TO One of the most advantageous FEEL NAZI If, as persistent reports in i Oath of office is then taken by service for all three of the churches year, are coml.rtbaleII8COlUCCd
RSA, however, is not only I I
which has tightened its II increases of service to merchantsand HAND ; OFFICIALS Washington political quarters i! those elected by the council, after I win be held at Ley Memorial lin the Knowles cottage on Yemen
agency all BE DELIVERED TO I citizens in general is that have it, James Ai Farley will resign i: ,which the president of council church on Wednesday evening) at Avenue.
personnel machinery. Almost which brings to Key West a ship DEBATING ACTION.. shortly to take charge of announces committee assign- i 7:30 o'clock. The presiding Elder The Brewers arrived via ferry
of them have taken steps to prevent CAXAMBAS each week from Jacksonville and I 1 1I President Roosevelt's campaign ments for the term. i will preach. and highway feet evening and

overloading.NRA I Miami, instead of every I (Hy A**.rtatrd Pr*..) I for reelection, "Big Jim" is hav-I f One of ,the most important acts i The quarterly; conference for upon reaching the cottage found

and AAA, for example recently weeks as heretofore, it is said.ho"1 I BERNE, Switzerland, Nov. 19. ing himself a lot of fun before he of the council is then made. Thisis the Ley Memorial church will be everything in readiness with lights
have dropped about 800 Power Boat Sea Belle from -Active German Nazi organizations the "P. G." : the the
I -- steps out as f thy doyfion sofa resolution for held immediately after preaching burning flowers in vases on
employes in Washington. It used i; Punta Gorda Fla, was in port I in Switzerland are worryingthe 1'!, It seems one only has to pick up the-go*n-rnnent"bf-the body.. : heur.i tables and it was, they said. jut!
to be that when one agency found,i today taking on cargo of containi I I authorities. Pressure is j;I a newspaper these days to learn' ..*Then comes the rual speechesby i Mrs. Vliet win accompany:: the as though they Had returned home

it necessary to reduce personnel i i for the Doxsee Seafood com- I.I brought to bear on German resi-:!,. that the day before Farley presided -I', 'the outgoing members jflid :doctor and they wil be entertained from a brief absence. They are

those dismissed were absorbed j I I pany at Caxambas. and sailed for TURKEYSPLACE dents, particularly in the Cantonof in high humor at the opening those who are a"x>ut to enter I in the home of Rev. and Mrs. I glad to be back, they told friend

elsewhere. Nearly 500 of theses :: the port this morning. ORDER Berne, official investigators,'t of this or that post office upon their tenure and afterward, M. L. Smith daring their stay in Mrs. Fred Lee and sea Fred
ousted recently, however, stand j r\ Lighthouse Tender Poppy sail reported. I I{ building. Here's a typical ac- adjournment. the city. I:of Beach Haven N. J-, who are
very little chance of getting other ed today for the Intra- oastal Wa- HENS 8 to 12 Ibs. Another problem has been:! count of his behavior, at the official I among the many visitors declaring -

jobs.The terway to continue the work of TOMS, 12 to 15 Ibs. raised by the new reich military;t opening of a new branch r BINGO PARTY i there is no place in Ute wrold
stiff examinations are part repairing and replacing aids to service law which enables Ger-;{ post office in New York I which compares with Key Westin
ly responsible. Also members of,> navigation; destroyed by winds KEY WEST TOMATOES mans to become Swiss and remain{I. "Postmaster General James A.:i + If you want to have Iota of which to spend te winter

congress are lukewarm toward i[and seas. FULFORD'S German at the same time. ;,( Farley sang spoke and sold t I $taJam s I fun and do a good deed, too, have returned for the season.

reendorsing proteges. They figure+, Steamship Alabama of the To prevent this double na-i stamps when the new post office I go to the II They announced upon their return -

that, having made it possible for II i Texas Oil company, is due at Key POULTRY FARM tionality, modifications of the j i branch-Station No. 82-was officially array k stall !1 WOMAN'S CLUB that as usual they are at

a person to get a job for a year I I West November 24 with a cargo Phone 880 I Deliver naturalization laws are being, opened. Three verses WHISKIES AND GINS Thursday, 8:00 P. M. home to their many friends in
or to, others are entitled to a Iof fuel oil for the tanks at the worked out by Swiss legal ex- the 'Star Spangled!: Banner,' t Refreshments and Prizes I their winter cottage at 1700
Iof I
break. I L Porter Dock company. t perts. (Continued on Page Four) I 'ADMISSION ____ _>. SOc Planter avenue.

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TUB Published CITIZEN Daily pr..LlSmofO Except :Sunday co. By INC.I. common with most people of the ... ........................

.. r. ABTMAX.: PreaMeat United States The Citizen is interested in I George N. Peek of Moline, I1L,
A ml. a.. BB. MU Maaare Tempert.* i rain or snow in portions of New
JOB i bead .f the Federal Export-Im-
From The Citizen Building political and the outcome of the ,' I Highest ...____._.._.._..._-74 England and the upper Mississippi t port Bank a New Dealer, born at

Corner Greene and Ana Street Presidential election next fall. We would Lowest ...,_-......-..-......-.._-._.--61 Valley, the amounts being j Polo, Ill.. 62 yean ago.
I. Mean _.._.. .......___......_...68 generally light. Temperatures
Only Daily Newspaper o InntKey: ;: west and Uonro, like to know now, if we could, whether the Normal Mean ..........._..__...74 ; have risen in the Mississippi Val- Dean Lloyd K. Garrison of the

I voters of America will retunl Franklin D. r Rainfalls i ley :and Lake region, and also in University .of Wisconsin Law
entered at Key Weet. Florida a* wond Class matter most Gulf and couth Atlantic
.- FIFTT-SIXTH. ...1" Roosevelt to the office that he holds and yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.( coast districts, b"t are generally School, born in New York City,
Normal Precipitation .06 Ins.' 38
years ago.
... thus 'endorse the objectives of what h ...... below normal throughout the east
Meeker .( the A.* .teC ITems e Tbfc* record rrr4). :Zt-kmir: r .1;
Ik. Associated Pre. Is xcr.lTely ntltled to ass '' ; .11... "I n .elek: ililf*.* ern 'portion of the country, with; Fred If. Bearing, U. S. Ambassador
terms "New Deal.
credited tot a light frost this morning in northern -
for ,era+fwaGa of aU now di ptcn .
to Peru born at Columbia
tae, ;).local not neT-s otherwise published credit hre.'NAUONAL J in. th. paper and also We watch the manoeuvres of the political i.,' Sun ri 4 |I.i.o..8:4't: s, m. Georgia; while colder weather -t Mo., 56 years ago

Sun sets .........:_:._.... 5:38-p. m.: has"oversprerd the Plains t
leaders with a great deal of pleasure N. D.
States. Willlston. reportinga
EDITORIAL Mooa'rf;| 'eJ!-'{:;."". 1:67 a. m. IIiram Bingbara of Conn, former
; i ASSOCIATION and find it extremely interesting vto 'speculate ,Mooi.. f3 at,'-'","-' 2:08 p. m.Tomorrow" i minimum temperature o: 2 degrees U. S. Senator, bona in Hono-
.: <:::::/1 l..e..1'I.' .eL / 93SBATES upon the effect of this or that de-'I Tide P.M. below zero.S.. KENNEDY lulu, 60 years go.
velopment. However after all is said and A-J1. -
aS;DSt.'BIPT.O Officer in Charge
Tear ._.._.- lie.,. High .*+.,-.. 5:50 5:55 Dr. Henry N. MacCracken
tm six.Month-:::._.='.::=.=::..:. -- S.ooTarty SMSS: done, we do not fall for the partisan I Low.. ............_...11:33 ........................ president of Vassar! College,
'>n. Month Months. prophecies: of disaster with which speakersseek I Barometer 8 a. m. today Pougbkeepsie N. Y.. born at Toledo
Weakly .20 to sway their hearers. Democrats 5 Sea level, 30.09.WEATIEK Today In History Ohio, 55 years ago.

ADVERTISCVQ RATES evrd ... ...... .. ... -
Mad known on application. i and Republicans each declare, it :seems, ? FORECAST J ** Dr. David Snedden of Colombia -

that the United States is doomed if their 1703-Died, in the Bastille University, noted professor of
SPECIAL KOTICE (Till 8 p. nu, Wednesday) 1 Paris-the mysterious prisoner' education .born HavHah CaU,
All readingnotices, cards of thanks, resolutions of opponents win and can only survive if the at ,
respect' obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at Key West and Vicinity Partly known as The Man With the 67 year ago.
tne late of II cents a lln people have sense enough to vote for the r cloudy tonight and Wednesday; i I, Iron Mask.
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha .
revenue Is to he derived are 5 cents a line.The I speaker's crowd.As I Jose R. Capablanca, Cuban
of Citlsea public Issues U an open and subjects forum and of local Invites or general dlsccsk a citizen interested in the welfare 1 I 1794-Historic Jay Treaty between world chess champion, born 47
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communi- I i United States. and Britain years ago.Enrollment.
cations. I of this country, and having looked on the concluded.
events of some years, we cannot fall for I DC I : i in Hawaii' schools

this particular line. The United States we w I 1863-President Abraham Lin- is 85,000 this year, or 2,000 more
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST rJs i, coin delivered,, the immortal ad- than last year.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN would like them to know is a tough baby? ': dress of his at Gettysburg, Pa.
Dm* by Syka ewes R4 CM
not be killed because of a single election. nancing. d btf, and urges a
.(, a"s ap Whether :Mr. Roosevelt gets the approvalof -..- J' 1917-Proclamation of Presi- WorldCourt.._ .
1. Water and,.,.Sewerage to beat drill 8 o'clock tonfg'ht.1 dent Wilson requiring all alien -
}his not is doubt .
people important .
or no ,
; enemies to register. 1 end of first month's
the officer
when visiting : wjU
2. Bridges I complete Road to Mainland but the sun will shine and the stars be seen make an'inspection. Partly Cloudy OW/-.IJU6O VMZM crash-of.Wall, Street, heads ofcountry'

..,. ten regardless of the verdict rendered, like- DAYS GONE BY :, warmer tonight; gentle, winds, 1925-President Coolidge inI railways. pledged full
1. lirietll'ot 'IWtb! wise the statement applies to the Four parcels of land on'" the mostly cast or southeast. 'I I New York City address proclaims employment and betterments to
same U.ppeDiDCI Here J.., 10 Yean Island of Key West are regarded Florida r Partly cloudy tonightand national prosperity, upholds f i- President er. q,'-,:
I 'Hotels''and' Apartments. gentlemen to be nominated by the Repub- A. Taken From I ,
4. Ago Today as no longer necessary for military I Wednesday; warmer tonight!I 2.: 1'-, : ;
I 5. Bathing Pavilion. licans, the Socialists and whatever else} ; The File. Of The Citiaen purposes and are to be offered for except on the southeast ,
' \ there be in 1936. sale, according to advices receivedin Jacksonville to Florida Straits::
may '
6. Airports-Land and Sea. I Gentle winds mostly east WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
Led by Victor Thompson, the Key West from Washington : or
7. Consolidation of County and City fighting captain, the Exchange today. The land involved are, I\eyt( southeast and partly overcast I Local Committee) for Key West
[ Governments. FIGHTING THE COMMON COLD Club's quintet last night uncorked''West Barracks reservation with weather torlght and Wednes

a beautiful offensive series of, 27.64 acres; a portion of the block day. i
Date .... .____
East Gulf Gentle east or -
the their.
plays in second half of bounded by Louisa, Whitehead", ;
One of the amazing outlooks of pres- game against the Triangles last Thomas, and United streets; :West southeast winds over south portion -'
Ocanala is just as funetie as Ocala. ent day life is the general acceptance of night, and emerged at the long'' Martello Towers reservation, ex- and gentle to moderate TO THE EDITOR;
end of a 47 to 35 score. It was a i< cept a 200 foot strip along the southeast: or south winds over :
the common cold as an inevitable ailment. ; 1 Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
north and partly 'overcast
Like all crooked the of losing fight for the winners in the! water front, and East Martello
games, game That it is a source of great inconveniencemuch first half with their main guns' Towers reservation, except 'a 150 weather tonight and Wedneeday. :' memory of one of our most beloved and useful

chiseling ends disastrously.Here danger and economic loss is not dis missing shot after shot and their!I! foot strip along the water front\! citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of
puted. However the idea that once hereit passing painfully erratic. The!I I Strip of ten acres. It was'proposed WJ-J\Tllfn: ; CONDITIONS' I
is Ripley half ended with the score 21 to![ by Dr. J. Y. Porter president I the Will Rogers Memorial
one for : Key West, must always afflict us remains strongly 17. With the start of the second!:'lof the chamber, of commerce:that low this
Pressure is moderately ; Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
the in the world with railroad (
only city
a intrenched.It half the Exchangitea changed I[t the water department lease to the morning: in the middle and upper
station'and no railroad. is refreshing to learn that scientists their tactics and steadily went r chamber certain of the surplus I i Mississippi and lower Ohio Val-i j others from Key West and will go without any

to undertake scientific ahead until the whistle soundingthe lands in Key West. Acting secretary I I ley, and Lake region= Chicago' deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
preparing a
are I
end of the game also sounded of war McNider wrote in ilL 29.72 inches, and high over'
Prediction: There will be a lot of study of this nuisance, with a view toward the knell of hopes for the Tri- answer "I do not feel that the war:i!I.I.the, Atlantic! and! Plains States.I'I'I. expended, also without any deduction, as the Me-

paint used in Key West in 1936 and every the discovery of some cure. The medicalmen angles. I department should lease any of..{ Charleston- C., '30.18 inches, morial Committee may determine.

house that gels some of it will be much it would appear to a layman, have the surplus lands described to the t. and'Huron S. D., and Dodge City
Look out for the of crooks' Key West Chamber of Commerce
gang Kans30.2p() inches. rains have Name : ... ..... ,. ..., .:
proved. not made as much progress in combatingthe and pickpockets which always fol- with an idea of their continueduse occurred 'since ;:yesterday morningin ; -, ;e,.. ... \. .. ... ,k
epidemic cold as! is possible. The re- low a circus and fleece people of and occupation by the city." I the lower Ohio Valley, the --t
Address ____._. _
their valuables and money.. These -
southwestern Lake region, from
Governor Sholtz elected Alberto Ca- sults of intensive research into the methodsof
are not connected with the (< steamer
people I i Norwegian Capta ar- the, middle! Mississippi: Valley
mero to the office of captain of police. A preventing other diseases indicate that show in any capacity, but are''''rived this morning from British( southward over eastern Texas, K3

sympathetic vote is one always to be colds, too, can become rare, if proper there to better carry on their nefarious -' Columbia with 5,000,000 feet of and in southeastern: Florida, and I I'

with- evolved. practices while the ex- lumber to be unloaded at Key ... .. -.
reckoned measures are -- -- -- ---
eitment of the circus holds rway. West. James C. Paul, of the Paul
Colds, in addition to being trouble- Homes of people who go to the' Stevedoring company of Jackson- CI"I.I'IIIIIII.I'III.I".I.4fTI"I'* II".II?\

If Franklin Street had a few more some and inconvenient render the sufferer show should be securely locked', ville has been in Key West severaldays

liable to grave diseases on account of lessened and every preeaution'taken to see for.the purpose of unloading
and stores we'd its
drug cigar change
that windows are fastened against the lumber from the ship and
name to Tobacco Road.-P. E. B. in Tampa vitality and consequent lessened resistance intruders. J i!|! packing it on cars for shipment to \ SPECIAL OFFER

Tribune. Then you WOLLD hear a lot of to disease germs. Very often a i 1'other points in the state. Another

cussin'. sufferer from a "bad cold" becomes a Much cordial interest centered,,,I ship, Birke, with a large cargo of
on the at home given yesterday cement! is expected to arrive to- *3
I 4 I
sufferer from other more serious maladieslike
afternoon by Mrs. Arthur Pasto- morrow.
Charity begins at home. At least influenza and pneumonia.Of rini at the residence 509 South'I MOUNT VERNON IVOR!

that is the way those think who have other course every citizen can do muchto street. The assembly brought together Editorial comment: If you're
Key Westers who to with Key WestI
many going keep pace
sources of income besides that from relief. prevent the spread of colds which
have recently returned from vacation -i I i you'll have to go some.
That they are depriving others less fortunate spread by contact and association. Years in the north. Four table! i i!I .

from sustenance doesn't enter their ago it was rare when a sufferer from cold for bridge were arranged in the,.,,. A:! party of prominent Cubans
attractively decorated rooms and, arrived yesterday, remained over
heads. thought about the other fellow but, nowadays I.I.
here the guests were seated.. Mrs.!,[ as guests of friends and sailed today
it is frequent for one to remain A. C. Elgin won first prize and;. for Havana en route to their

With the first fall. of snow in the aloof, and sometimes, in bed, during the MVs. Claude Williams second. Con' home in Espiritu Santa In; the .: 'M ",-.
solation priie went to Mrs. Senora Teresa Garcia : J '
party :
north be ready 'to steel l "yourself againstthe course of a cold. _,
Clarence Pierce. I y Suarez, Manuel Garcia Rubio ,
snow-birds; the'' get-rich-quick-sales I Dr. Victor Rivas and Manuel( Garcia .
.. '
man and the advertisement schemers who A HUNDRED BILLION Captain William; Sweet, ins- Gomez. I' f". :,
will make their'appearance in Key Westto pector of national guards for thisdistrict'arrjved h" -'
: from Wilmington,I l A new German law requires .
take some hard-earned money from-- the_n_ Modern business figures have reached N. C.. and is the guest of Lieutenant .that all agricultural leaders must l .: .

gullible.An. such' large. proportions that the human I Robert Spottswood. All be of "German, or parallel"

I mind can not begin to grasp them. Who members of the local company -eJ[I t,blood.
advertisement in The Star, asking for example, can form an intelligent ideaof --- -- - ---- I _

folks to eat at a certain place and die at I| what 100 billion dollars really means? ,

another, is not very flattering to the first Yet, that is the amount\ of l life insurancenow CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

though accommodating in the latter in- in force in the United States. '

stance. To an epicurian a macabre suggestion The growth of life insurance in this THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF __ 'i
: is not very enticing, though thereis country since the war has been one of the __ -
no disputing of tastes. outstanding business phenomena of the a* at the close of basinet November I, 1935, .",., __ .

period. When the government provided Comptroller'. Call
The wisdom of those Key Westers war risk insurance for its soldiers and RESOURCESLoans

who were so persistent in their advocacyof I: sailors during the war, some believed that and Investments 304,746.10

a road to the mainland is now seen in the private companies might be injured, Overdrafts .._..__.._?._ 89.14 .

our present isolation and lack of communi- I''I but it appears that the reverse J fias! been 3ankin.and JJftQS4"Fixtures Furniture_ ? 33920.76:A 1: /'** >
cation in the ""* 1 Stock of tbFederal Reserve !j ; '
having but two boats entering I i case. ; ra16PIECE 1 1S
Bank 4,500.00Temrorrrv .
this harbor weekly and these from the In any event, the figures speakor' Federal Deposit j'- .,,.. .
west coast. Tri-wet'l..iy outlets by airplare I I themselves. The amount of the insurance Insurance Fund 1954.01 .
States Government
United -
means nothing to those folks who are fearful i l I I in force in 1915 was about 25' b'aiion.: By Obligations cUrt -

of sky rides. ; ] 1922 it had reached 50 billion. '*The''100billion "PfuDy.. guar- r :':': '
anteed $662,788.13
_____ I I now in force represents, therefore; i iI Other Marketable Bonds' S' : SET consisting of 4 plates 4 Cereals, 4 Cups
Last year calamity cam to your i I an increase of 300 per cent in 20 years. and Securities ___-_ 118.&<<58.49 ,
Cash and due from Banks 277,578.38 1,059,035.00
neighbor and you helped Mm, through ?! Even this staggering total represents. .. -- .-- 4 Saucers while they last at per set 1.00

Red Cross relief that went to the :1,: only an average of about $800 for every .. I,404oZ4G.Ol ,

scene of 160 disasters in the United States i i person in the United States. Hundreds<< of LIABILITIES. :

in your: name. This year tragedy may ,, thousands of families are still without insurance r..pital I _* 100.000.0.. South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

come! to your community, and' the Red j! and the neglect of this important Surplus and Undivided Prefits ._._ ...... 64,207.1C.

Cross membership dollars will be ready to matter is the cause of much suffering on Deposits I 1.240,031.85
White and Eliza' Streets fc
help you ard the community you 10'\'e.1[ the part of widows and orphans who are ,1,404,245.01q Phcae593

Join the Red Cross in the roll call period .,r left unprotected. Every man owes it to his Member of Federal Rerv. System "Your home is worthy of the best" 9

from Armistice Day to Thanksgiving: and family to carry a reasonable amount of life
i Member of Federal Corporation
continue to these in need. t insurance. '
your help . ... .V"'I" I""IIII" 'sr" "


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.eeeeeeeeee.e..e.......eCLASSIFIED ]...SSSSSCS.S..SSS.5.CSSee,


b"'f tlal3n! $owmao :4W i ....55555....Sees.......
SPORTS The gives a resolute If yo. d. Mt reset., yoqrpayer '

: Amt ronmeorf, HAVING made her decision. Anne ..C...e....aa.a..i, forceful spirit Those born in the by 615 o'clock la the
toil parent fortune .u Jour erana* cafatrv* vAwi Luk.e.d ;. 11 joined Lilsa in telling John of : Advertisements i early hours will be the most reck- afternoon. ell telephone 51
under this head
i.s/ade Paras+ortA dl.d w- .
their plans for the house He U.
ort A.vfat tfrmallg .....*|c4 *-r.U will be inserted IB The Citizen at less, with danger of. trouble-i a ad a parr' will Ita sat t.
Ale rfncearout home ky Aer tend Intently then suggested they**,** tad lake elur Wtt* have an old country house-raising. I i the rat. of le a word for each insertion t some life and ranch adversity. In yocr bem*. A complaint boy
Terla Sorfri ker e(4( war. eidfer I
of tfce ffmiu ftltlrmrmt of "Closed season la due In next but the minimum for that}those born as the day advancesthe M o* duty at tlal.i office from'
(1.._ Town, Ii.. SAl and *J.H| week,and most of will have time first Insertion
us in I
instance is nature is and
ii a." Trcla ..*,..--4.-44.. ere JIpLAY every I more pliant 6:15 to 7llS p.m-forth.
.heat te mt a .M.U *w*. free* on our hands. We'll aU pitch in.tear i 25c, a'success more apt to be obtainedby l f

.Teri....:..tad rher out are U < la rrplorU A peor eke out and build In. and by"the time I BEACONS WON ; IN NEW LOOP:!: GOLF PAIRINGS Payment fop classified adver- a persuasive tongue and reasonable -II I parpoM of. delivering complaint -

"w.twptl'll.cs.. asia ditapd.ted end the season's over" you'll be settledin t tisements is invariably in advance, argument The whele *. HIp m* give you 100
your home. t but regular advertisers with ledger day promises success. percent service fcy caring 51
Chapter 32 netter for the Sorkl boys. Again ,,1 i: accounts may nave their advertisements if you do net receive Tie Citi
charged Another effort to climb Mount

NEWS FROM PORTLAND John ments listened of thought then he after spoke.a few mo- CHAMP S PESJ I. SPORTWRITER;. Advertisers' should give their I t Everest will be made by British Zen.mmm

AND we could nave a fireplace. "That would rob you of too much tf v r : CLUBS WILL FORM street address as well as their telephone -I explorers in 1938. /

Interest was awaken- of your .mone,. You're s. accustomed -. J i number if they desire re-( .- .. ---- ----
lat: she walked Into the kitchen. to having all you need IOU DEFEATED OPSECONDHALF l DINNER TO suits.With
"Ulsa. the view. 1 can see the bar may not appreciate Its value Remember I TEAMS ENTER : cacti classified advertise1 .I".I'.II'.I.1'.II'.I'.I'.I.I".I"I"Make
and every skip that cornea Into the ,there may be no more corn- YESTERDAY I I LOSERS WILL BE HELD ON 1 anent The Citizen will give free an {
river from here." log except foe your.monthly allow I I I Aatostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for
"Can't apse, and then:they may be able to ;
Mt view. came the practical (By JOVE) !

rejoinder. r STICKNEY STARRED A new Social Diamondball AL TiP4E LOST Your Paper Pay

They continued their tour found League will start play tomorrow I \
two bedrooms on the south side. I II
Each Chattering gravitated like magpies to their) ,choice made waj and i .3 1" (By JOVE) afternoon Seven'clubs at 4:30 have o'clock.entered the : (By GRAVY) I DISAPPEARED from the Ford automobile set of keys belonging -| You Dividends!'/

The Lighthouse ten won the I The pairings for the matchesto to Sam Goldsmith'
to the front of the house. Anne new circuit. They are ,
lipped easily through the window. second game of the Social League, BlactcweQ's -be played Thursday areas f ollows. -i I Weather Bureau. Reward for!

Stood on the front veranda and f itttr championship aeries They defeated -i Drop In; !. (The first named are under -, retcrn.:: novl9-3tx
looked the short flight of High}(;School; I 0'
steps the Administration outfit,I leadership of Doc Willie
to the street. thence to a forest of Bell Bouys; PricesWatch
jrouag firs emerald green under the hey t'i winners of the second-half of the! Lighthouse and will have the name of "Pull- 1 1i Money Saving

beat of the spring sun. thrusting I schedule, yesterday afternoon at Administration; ers", while those named "Climb-i BICYCLES-WE RENT by the|

their tips Into the deep blue of the Bayview 'Park by the score of Wild-Cats ; ers" will have Charlie Salas fora Hour Day or Week. Repairs
at,. ; all makes and paint them with

She could live here' : She ,could a a;i o exi bi r f 6to4. The Transfer Corner. captain.1. Strunk-Kemp) So here vs.goes:Spotts- Nn-EnameL We carry a full I THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad.
schedule follows .
work about the house weal herself The Beacon \'JduryVas due is as : wood-RusselL supply of parts. Agent for the 4 vertisers closely for special savings on your
largely to the excellent pitching! Buoys vs Rollfast and
out physically! and-1p5rhap3 end 2. Dayton Bicycles.
of Clyde Stickney, who allowed Lighthouse. Plummer-Sands vs. Salas- And household necessities. Make your paper pay you %-,
some peace for her spTrfl to:the'relaiattoa Julian. sell them as low as 5.00
which most fetlb*.'She had no hits or runs for six innings.In Thursday-High School vs. 3. down and $1.00 per week.I' dividends. The most interesting news in the
Lopez-C. Harris Mesa-
always thought she'd like t6 garden the seventh frame it wa so Wild Catts. Goldsmith. vs. Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co. paper today is the advertising where you fan
she'd even tried mtte.'Bnt the gar' 4 : dark the ball was hardly visible. Friday Administration vs novl8tfFOR i
dener at her borne ha'objected'to In this canto he_ walked three 1 Blackwell's Drop In.SaturdayTransfer. 4. Watkins-Bervaldi vs. Keteh- save many dollars on the family budget by

her "messing"! among his_on.en- made a wild pitch and committedtwo Corner vs nm-K5rchheiner. RENT I patronizing those merchants who advertise, their
t- -'. : c --t 5. Malone-Grooms
tlonsl plots and she bad given up. errors combined with 'a single Wild. Ca ies. vs. goods.
"It"!ll take soap and water. lye and by W. Wicker gave the Of- Club Raters Harris-Lnnn.- : LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -;

disinfectant Liisa-was saying from fice boys four runs. 1 Blackwell's Drop In-R. Rob- 6. Cruickshank-O'Bryant vs. -2 bed rooms, eonveni -,

behind her. "Then we can start yam Matthews hit a double and a erts, E. Sawyer, J. Villareal. S PjercePittman.If )i fences, porches. 519 Elizabeth If j THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST
thinking of paint and lumber and f.C single in four times at bat andB. I Blackwell, Ross Roberts, Stanley these matches do not suit! f Street. novlS''
wall paper. And then therell be far- ..1.1ai q Demeritt connected for two Murray J. Cates, P. Lones B. you then the thing for you to do; I OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY- S

nlture to bay and Nikki!" her singles in as many tries as Mat Roberts., is get a hold of your captain. and I FURNISHED APARTMENT -j BODY'S PURSE.A .
voice arose to a screech. tell him all about same. The dinner -
thews. : High, School Almyda. W Modern conveniences 628 {
Anne turned quick]/, Ulna was Lopez Goss and Barker for the Sweeting, Elwood. Jaycocks. L will be held on Friday eve- White street, or call at GaitiV
half way ont Of tbe window her feet ning usual at which the merchant who advertises his
as time prices
the front 9e > Administration ten and Pellicier, Gonzalez. B. Roberts Papy, E i Barber Shop. nov12,
on veranda her bead with
Its T. Roberta and Valdez for the Pinder, R. Higgs, B. Pinder. will eat free. Already charged a customer 2Q cents for an article that a
top knot with;
; piivhed
forward ever one Berlin will eat off of Bob and FURNISHED APARTMENT, i..:
ere. staring out of a broken windowpane Lighthouse outfit played a good Wild Cats-H. Sands, J. Rus- Hogeboom off Fripp. So who will I I electric ice box. 1001 Eaton' non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
in the field. i sell B. Lowe. G. Albury, Roche
Ance looked at the feet high game '
: nov9-lmox!
be next! phone 879-J. Why this big difference?
button shoes ending In'black cotton Score! by innings: R. H. E.!I Johnson, J. Walker IL Grifin. I

stockings: then at tile face." Not at Administration Hounetts, G. Valdez, N. Castro. NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT j
I William Cullen Bryant
me. owL she 3 000 000 4 4 1 7 M. Arias. was
you cried as Anne -
ra.k with 827'
Apply S
town clerk garage. By patronizing the merchants who present
of Great :
fought to keep from"shtleklnlt with Lighthouse 002 004 x-6 8 3 : Transfer Corner-G. Valdez, J Barrington,II Duval street. oct19
laughter "there.. In front of you" Batteries: E. Roberts and Sevilla J. Gibson, C. Sawyer, R 1\las.. from 1816 to 1825.A their prices frankly and openly each week you

Anne wheeled to the side and Rueda; C. Stickney and F. Stick-I I Knowles. R, Nicolas, M. Varela. I! FOR SALE \: help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT
found herself face to face wltb John c a l A. Acevedo, M. Sanchez A. Sal- new California law requires ney. OF KEY WEST.
Neuman. that clearance lights trucks be TYPEWRITING PAPER 800
gado, B. Adams M. Tynes G on -
I I Grinder. green instead of blue for better sheets, 75e. The Artman Press.

"TJOW do yon do. I-a -" FIREMEN WON OVER Bell Buoys-P. Roberts Valdez visibility. aug7
Make dividends.FIRMS .
I ( your paper pay you
Anne laughed at the expression Lewis C. Stick
b's. Plnmmer ,
on t.eumall's: fare,as she 'turned j 3 LOPEZ LAST NIGHT I ney;- Albury and a few others. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c SECOND: SHEETS 800 for 50c.< }
to.him. She knew be was seeing a The Administration and Light weekly., The Artman.Press. ang7, VI.I'III.I.I.lIIII.4TI.47.JIT"
girl In a faded house frock l
a tangleof
house tens will use the same clubs ....
I ----
curls whipped about by a frisky
I is they had in the championshipseries.
wind, and that be bad expected to CAPTURED GAME IN FINAL .
see a smartly gowned young woman

with long smooth braids. INNING BY SCORING .
The young lady's name Is Nikkl: I DIAMONDBALL
Nietsec." said Luau, sharply THREE RUNS

Anne saw the olue eyes twinkle.

"Of course." be apologized "nice to ... C GAME\ TONIGHT

meet you Miss Nielsen IOU resemble [jt r',r i t :i F (By JOVE)
a girl I once met Perhaps you'd : The ,Firemen ten ef the Senior
be willing: to listen to a message I last at Bayview
have for that girt. Park League defeated night the "(By JOVE) To Give You Service-Patronize Them
strong Lopez Who Rush
-, .'. I'd be delighted" answered: Funeral Home outfit by the close The Bar--B-Q boys will tackle I -
Anne but the laughter had disappeared Yes" Anne agreed. "I am goingto (!the league-leadig Bakers to-
of 4 to 3.
from her face. stay" night at Bayview Park in a regular -
The ended like read
game you
My friend drove .
your car on to game.If
Portland. after I bad -telephoned stop that at the final settling of the tbout. Up{ until the final frame the Sandwich ten wins

Judge Kellogg. lIe arrived just ss wilL the Embalmers were leading 2 to four clubs, or the whole league, Star American Coffee ROSES
the draymen were leaving "However." he paused and looked 1. They made it 3 to 1 in the JOHN C. PARK TIFT'S
your will be tie for first place. Ha ta t. and that
out the water where the fleet a
things the on to ninth inning but the Fire laddies
at Judge's
house as Batteries
so will ce: Ward and M.
soon they had left. was coming In from the morning literally snatched!! victory from Is only found la good coffee
as Kellogg hireda Acevedo for the Bakers, and C. FLORAL PIECES A
truck drift. "you might risk the five hun- and can be sure that it's
and had Clem take them on them by scoring three runs. Garcia and G. Acevedo Wood- 328 SIMONTON ST.. you
back with him. I brenzht: .them along dred on it. You'd have better luck iC. Gates ritched a great game.i f or fresh because Jt*. blended u> SPECIALTY
the onions and
i son ketchup
with me." with the boys too. You can tell them He allowed but four hits until the Key West. 1101 Division Street
You you'd like to invest It in boys.
mean they are here now? fatal ninth. PLUMBINGDURO I
that should lose everything LARGO tt 18c PLANTS aDd
asked Anne In surprise. you Leaders at "'at were: Salincro. ; VINES PHONE-29 _
"Judge Kellogg seemed thinkyou'd else you'd still have the right to a STAR Ib 25c ..
j Ito
I share of their catch." with two singles; : in three times FINAL BASKETBALL ; i,1'

now than have later.less trouble No taking! them <. "I'd like that. and now Anne's up; Cates, with two doubles in V. & S.,. tb ISe. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and .Fancy.
kpows yet
onejk! "
focr tries McCarthy two out of
; ,
eyes were shining "aed sometimesI PUMPS.
that you are not In Portlpid. /, TONIGHT I Groceries'Complete
four and Ingraham, with a double
"{.convinced could go out with them couldn't 1Y"rm ,
; and single in four times .
phone that you'd be staylap' OB borefor sure you could they might a up. -- PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
Carbonell and J. Garcia for tho 1 i I Line Fresh
hire ,
t a. few months." Nenmiis wfntNt. even you as boat puller. 512 Greene Street
to explain."You will be. tin't, yooT? "Whatever that is," murmured winners and Taker and Hernan (By JOVE) PHONE 348 Phone 256 Frmts and Vegetables
"She will be." stated 'tjtsa, posltlveijr. Anne. dez for the: losers played a good I** The final basketball meeting PHONE 597

"We're going to"take''' this "You'll learn. observed Liisa Lame In the field. I(before'-play starts will be held tonight

ahanty and.make a home of IL" -and now let's get down to the house Score by Innings: R. H. E. at the home of B. E. Brant-

Anna tooled at the ramshackle and find the keys. Pd like to start I Lopez _- 002 000 001--3 10 2 ley,. corner of Olivia and Francis SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

house looked out on the water out working on the place right away." Firemen 000 001 003-I 6 1 streets. I
t tCl< the curving arm of Cape Disap Well wait here" said Neuman. Batteries: C. Gates and Ingra AU plans will be worked out Jewfish, 2 Ibs. 35e INSURANCE

polntment. Did she really want to and Liisa. after giving him a I ham; L Castro said N. Hernan in order that everything will be Yellowtail; Steak., 2 Ike. 3S. THE KEY WEST ;

settle beret straight' bard look stalked away. dez.oeooooo. in readiness for the games to be
Yellowtail oa Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c Offices 319! Dun' Street R'
"I've a letter here for from
She looked at John Neumau taiL yoa.
; played during the winter sea
sturdy dependable, he too stood Judge Kellogg." John said as soon .ooooooaa.aooooo Creeper 2 Ib*. ... ,, 25c SUNDAY STAR

looking ont on the water. She as ht beard a bang of a door Indicating !- son.Friday night will witness the Snapper 2 Ibs. 25e

studied the sun-bronzed lean face. Liisa's arrival at the other LEAGUE STANDINGS opening of the Winter Basketball M.tton fish, 2 Ibs. -. ,. 250 TELEPHONE NO.1"
the immobility of Ills expression.' house.and if you'll excuse me. Ill League. Two games will be Subscription $2 Per Year
and then be tamed towards her and! trl'that window Liisa stuck in. and FRESH SHRIMP
played at the High School Gym try Your Meals At
abe if I get through take a look at the West's -orur. --
caught the full force of his personality (By JOVE) Everyone interested are invitedto Large Select Oyster. Key Only Sunday *

In the direct gaze of hissallor house. the games. Admission will be Fret Crab Meat ;In & cans lSe Paper Ddmowco Restaurant
blue..gyes."Yes Anne took the letter he handed

." she"agreed disturbed at her and hurried down the-hill to her SENIOR LEAGUE free. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY PMw...... B.*r ........ lie

the feeling of excitement which wind-sbeltered took.HIS. Beginning *f Sec.a .HaJf 1 LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six CV Dinner __
) ,
awakened her from the lethargy of tCotyrt4At. 6jr Jeanne BOlCtI\aaJ Club- W. L. Pet. FINAL GAME OF :

the PUt few days, "yes." she repeat Anne realize, tomorrow the Bakers -.-_..__._ 1 0 1.090 PHONE 151 PHONE 51 COc 755. and 85
ed. "I "
am going to stay. meaning of the word friend." Lopes Funeral Home 1 1 .500
-- .- --------.-.- .- .Firemen ,._,,..,t 1 1 .500

........................ : man and U. S. Senator born at Bar-B-Q .... -.? 0 1 .000 AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD
536 Fleming Street
Today'sAnniversaries : Cornwall Vt Died March 28, SOCIAL LEAGUE (By JOVE) ,pod. in every package JENNIE B. DE BOER

1866. Championship! Series "' The final game of the cham- 1\ FUNERAL HOME

Club-; : )\7. L.f; Pet. pionship play-off of the Social I of ,

ee......;.............. 1805-Ferdinand de Lesseps; Administration __.-_ 1 1500 League will be held this after- Iti i Watcb Iba tIC -
.1 French builder of the Suez Canal Lighthouse _u_ 1 1 .500 I noon at Bayview Park. PRINTINGDONE DlgnIfi 5y patbtieDoct.a
1T52' -George Rogers Clark,! born. Died Dec.: 7, 1894. The winner of this game will Courtesy

leader of the littl. band of Ken-: in Spanish-American war bornin ( be declared champions of the Q BY US ,

.tuckians then part of Virginia, 1831-James!' A. Garfield, Fairfax Co., Va. Died in league from Aagust:: to November NOTARY PUBLIC

which conquered tbe great Northwest Ohio farm-born lawyer Union Washington D. (X, April 28,t iof this year. WATCHMAKER, JEWELED THEARTMAN LICENSED 'r1fRUV1I'1I
; from the Indians and British I general congressman, senator,! 1905. The participants in (his series AND ENGRAVER -

during period of the Revolution.: 20th President, born at Orange.! j l t the Lighthouse and Administration Aanwa__ 3.rvi*. .
Lived life in poverty and obscurity X. Y. Assassinated and died at 1863-William A. Sunday tens, have each won one See Him For Tour Next TTcrk PRESS

after war. Born -1 Elberon, N. J., Sept. 19, 1881. ("Billy Sunday"), who left professional game. ALL PRICES REDUCED
Charlottesvile. Va. and died in baseball to become the I Citizen BIdg. LADY ATTENDANT
The contest today will start at HoewM 9 to 12"-,J te a Citizen Office
Kentucky. Feb. 13. 1818. I 1835-Fitzhugh Lee, West country's most dramatic and sen- 5 o'clock: sharp. Batteries will be: P fl9 N E 51
Pointer. gallant Confederate general sational revivalist bern at Ames, E. Roberts and Rueda for the Open Saturday Nlxkts. o Phew 548 Neve keep*

1802-Solomon Foot Vermont's t Virginia governor after war Iowa. Died .in Chicago) .Nov. 6, flee boys and C. Stickney and Of-j

noted lawyer congress-. consul to Havana, -major-general 1935. : < ,I Stickney for the Beacon \

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WHEN THE SMOKE OF BATTLE CLEARED PEOPLE'S FORUM i human, the convenience tourists want and some sanitation of- MAKES APPEAL IN

:-: : : (The Birth of the Red Cross) ........................,I5 5555555555555 55 555 55 55 Sand them tion., at least, when they vaca- SCHOOL INTEREST

................................................. ................................................. ENGINEER=: BOGART CITES, sell bonds, ard: there are few I have touched only the high
BENEFITS TO BE DERIVED municipalities or local political
Convent It) was the morning of June 24. which has ever since meant so SEWERAGE SYSTEM units spots I letter. The sewer 1n letter received at Mbnroe
Musical Recital At I 1 FROM (particularly in Florida) and water distribution system is a
1859. The plains of Lombardy in much to suffering men, women
I who Council P.-T. A. headquarters
can go into the market and County -
Hall On Wednesday Evening Italy were alive with marching and children the world over in I Editor, The Citizen: sell their bone's at par. In ad- so ground immense, is such covers a necessity so much, in-I I Mrs. Beatrice Parvin.
men bugles were blowing, drums I times of distress. !I
; immenseas
In an undertaking as dition to the premium which volves considerations [ President Florida Council P.T.
were beating standards waiving; Skipping years of concentrated the constructions of a sewer col- would have ben paid, the city and difficulties so many and includes I I I A., urges all citizens of the state

There will be a musical recital I salou. Piano: ML M. Dion, A. white horses bearing smartly uniformed -I effort on the part of others lection and disposal and water would have hal to shoulder! theamortization much technical: study, that: it so is I I to buy their license tags early in
the pupils of the high school Jenks. _-_ officers dashed here 'and who took up Dunant's idea by distribution it is difficultfor "
by system, : of: the bonds, and impossible to cover all phases of j; view of the fact that money re-
grades of the Convent of Mary,'\ Scarf Dance-Chaminade. A. there. 1868 thirty-three nations had or- the layman to visualize th* interest on $1,500,000: or thereabouts the Job in this 1 j i reived: for tags goes o the
Immaculate tomorrow evening at'L. Castillo. On one side of the p a.1!* 150I ,- ganized Red Cross Societies and I finished job or to appreciate the? 'is'uo'small item. It would JOHN BOGART, schools.

which time the following program Violin: Waltz from "Faust"Gounod. I 000 French and Italiau' 'troops were registered with the Inter lasting favorable effects to Key: have cost: every;,citizen of Key : Supervising Engineer. The organization also urges that
James. Piano: A. sta- national Committee of the Red .
G. faced
will be rendered: 170OOp.Auwjan I[West. West man.- woman, and child, : Key West, \\FIa, citizens pay their poll taxes
Jenks."Surprise". tioned the hilJs 1' atxjve. In the Cross at Geneva.
School on
Italian Because the job is one of engi approximately. $170 to amortizethe Nov 18 1935. another source of revenue for the
Orchestra: William TellRossini. Smmphony-Haydn- clear morning light iJt" -black and Clara Barton, after untiring neering, and therefore of neces-: : Thinking of families I schools in November.

Violins: Mrs. R. Dopp B. Saens. Iturriaga. yellow standards of, the Austrians efforts and after having nursed sity U a technical one, may 1; with'brnd\I -eight. and tea children, DENIES RUMOR
Lee A. Parks, G. Duet: La Muette de Portici- made an awe-inJpring show our own soldiers through the Civil I
Brantley, L. point out some of the benefits the loslt'-wo'-N have been much is
O. Kemp, I Auber. G. James, C. Bethan- ing. Below them ne brilliant War and several other minor I Isostasy a new theory holdingthat
Ybormea, S. court. equipment of the French hussars disasters of that period organized which will come to Key West and more than KejWest could bear. Editor, The Citizen: the earth's crust floats on a
E. Moffat
G. James, M. Knowles small known the every Key Wester through the If the city ha! been able to My attention has been called more plastic substance under-
in the a as
S. German School and dragoons glittered sun. group I
C.. Bethencourt, M. Perez I construction of the system. bond for the sewer and water distribution that in is neath.
) someone West circulating
and Key -
Waltz A flat major-Chopin.M The battle began. Crack troopsof American Red Cross in 1881, l I
brera N. Trujillo. ea-I 1 Sanchez.On Napoleon III of France fight- in the following year she! persuaded Here is a job which by the system, the work would a rumor to the effect

C. Hernandez, II. : Wings of Song-Men- ing side by side with the best sol- our Government to ratify time it is completed will have have been let to a private con- that I have been offered a better I Subscribe to The Citizen -20c
Guitar: :M. Hernandez. paid about 20 cents tractor in all probability, who job to forsake .
of Victor Emmanuel of the Treaty by which the American per man per i the laboring men's weekly.
It!. Whalton. diers
Castillo delssohn.
A. L.
B. Moreno, O. Vasquez I! hour-throughout the entire du- j wouli: have brought his own staff cause, a cause I have been fighting
Sardinia for united Italy, ad- group also was registered at i -
Violin: Blue Danube J. a I. -
O. Perez. Geneva. I ration of the project and until it of skilled laborers, and many of I for for I.i
Sextet-Donizetti. L. Griffin. Strauss. S. tfronovitz, O. Kemp. mulberry ranted through trees interlaced plantations with of The history of this national or- is completed. Most persons know I his common laborers from some- wish to many brand years.I the party or;-f} ),... .

Violin: Rigoletto-Verdi. E. Piano: C. Pearlman.Schubert-Liszt. L. tangling vines. From the heights I ganization since that time has the value of circulation of money.It where else. All this money for I parties who are circulating these ,
Moffat. Piano: C. Hurriaga. Erl-King labor, under the! "resent is :
above shot and shell rained down been one of inspiration and an makes little difference, as fat setup I rumors as liars. I &,

Menuet Russian Antique-Paderewski School Delaney.Rhapsody VI-Liszt. M.\ M. upon them from the army of j example that has had its influ- as the benefits to the composite I being spent in Key West and will i I will continue to help the, lIt

Francis Joseph Emperor| ence even in reentries: where the Key West are concerned where remain here. I working men and I will use all my!I',
op 14. O. Perez. Dion.Violin No-I of:youn Austria.As; organization had been formed the money is first spent. .We all :Mr. E. A. Prnchon:: Florida 1 energy- and efforts to try and improve -
Bumble BeeRimskyKorsakoff. : Hungarian battalions were cut down earlier than ours. I know that once it is spent, it is Works Progress Administrator, I their living conditions.

O. Vasquez. Brahms. Ybormea.. Piano: ILl others appeared to take their The relief work in:,San Francisco re-spent and finally benefit has volunteered his! services as I have not been offered a better -

Violin (a) Orientale-Cui. (b) Sands. places. The sun got hotter and was the first big task undertaken every one in the city.' consulting en ;ncer. A man of job, and if I were, knowingthat >
Chant Sans Paroles-P. Tschai- Sonata 57-Beethoven. tk I (
op hotter. French troops fought by our Red-Cross. In Also, throughout the entire ride engineering experience, it would be to try and silence a
kowsky. Mrs. .P.. Dopp., Piano: Pearlman.American. ( with nothing to eat and only cof- 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt duration of the project, approxi- particularly in work of this na- me, I will resign my present posi- ;
A. Curry. Composers 20 ture, he is well qualified to assist tion and '*HERE Is only one
fee as sustenance. There was no had approved a charter imately cents per hour pet starve to death, beforeI
Russian RhapsodyHesselburgJ. = Violin: Capricietto-Cipollone-',time for food now; it was which made it the American Red I man is being donated to Key I us in the project. This is a would forsake my fellow workmen -i -. rrttrtest for any roof

Cormack. Hartmann. O. Parks. Piano: M.IL question of killing or being killed.All nl Cross with the sympathetic back- West in the form of materials service which would have cost -the test of Time. That's

Solfeggio Class:, Moonlit Mea- Dion. day long this continued. ing of the United States Govern which are being used on the job I i I plenty, had the WPA not been ARTHUR H. SHEPPARD.Key I why we handle Carey

dows-Czibulka.' Piano: A: Jenks. Dance of the ElvesKroeger.B. ually the French and Italians took ment. A charter granted by Con- These materials become a permanent i doing the job. No money for his West, Fhu I' : Hoofing 1 i .,Shingles-

Prelule 'c' minor-Rachmanin Moreno. the heights from the Austrians.I gress at that time laid down cer- part of the sewer and work is being charred against theJ'roject Nov. 19, 1935. the nat s&! "Carey" has

off. Mr. Sa ds. Violin: Spanish Dance-F. Reh- After fifteen hours of slaughterthe tain definite duties the Red Cross ter distribution system, and wa-I or arainst: any other meant roofing satisfac-

French School feld op 58 no 1. B. Brantley. battle of Solferino was over. should fulfill in our national life. being given to Key West 'withoutany WPA fund. "' tion for more than 60

Concerto: Habanera-Bizet. Vio Piano: M. Brantley. The French, and Italians had It is these duties the Red Cross direct cost. These are some of the thingsto PALACEJohn years.

lins: M. Knowles, C. Bethencourt Chorus: America "Symphony" won. is now trying to carry out in These are the major immediate think about when consideringthe Get our low prices on

Mandolins: C. Hernandez H. Bar-. -Bloch. Piano: L. Delaney. I It was victory but at what a peace time, and it is in fulfill- effects of the' project sewer and water distribution ORCHIDS Boles-Jean TO Muir YOU in these high quality roofswe

price! The dead and wounded ment of this obligation to the Looking to the future, the sanitation project. The finished picture, I 'l Wiley Post-Ralph in have the right type

covered the plain and choked the American people that the relief I problem of Key West wilt know is difficult to see. It i is AIR HAWKS, Bellamy for every purse and pur

DlamondboU I Bingo Party On ravines. When night came more as a result of recent Florida hurricanes -. have been eliminated. Mosquitoel'l' not easy to visualize the City of pose.

Dance SaturdayThere Thursday EveningPlans than 50.000 men lay dead, dying has been coordinated under will decrease, flies Key West with a modern sanitary Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-25c

or wounded on that bloodsoakedfield. I this flag of humanity. even less evident than now, and I'I sewer system. It is difficultto SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING
1 Although the Red Cross was conceive of West free & ENGINEERING CO.
will be Diamondball To this day historians quarrel unsightly and long outmoded outhouses *I Key SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
Dance at the Cuban a Club Saturday have been completed fora about the gain that come out ,!I ganized as a war time or-I will pass into the field oi i of the long since out-of-date -..- Wait. and Eliza Street
big time Thursday evening at 8 struggle. peace time activities have memory. outhouses. It is also hard .
this devastating
night sponsored by Art's Barbecue of I Your Horn It Worthy of tfe. Best
t o'clock at the Woman's ClubHouse One benefit to future mankind ceded the early work, and In addition to the sanitary to see just how the system is WAVES
Diamondball team. The I i relief is recognized as the primary .1.1I f' value of the i going to result in outside fwo Permanents
Division street. The of- could however, be traced to the sewer system, every cap gg QQ
boys are making an effort to on I .
I i I I suffering and the slaughter function of the person or at least every homeowner :I ital coming in, but this surely for
raise funds to help in the pur- ficers of the organization are=I agony that took place on that vine tion today. organiza-I house and apartment tenant will follow. 'It is not difficult Wave. $&00 and np -

chase of new uniforms.Art sponsoring a Bingo Party for thej[I covered plain in 1859: The Red This, of course is merchant business man, and' to see how the system will be a MRS. MILLER :

Overby, proprietor of the the I i-purpose of raising funds to meet Cross was born on the plains of sketchy history and outline of the i I property owner will benefit from I boon to the growing tourist in- 407 South Street Phone S74-.
Barbecue has for
arranged work of this of all relief
greatest the water distribution system
of the club's obligations. I Lombardy that day.
some -
purchase of trousers shoes socks The story'of the birth of the agencies. The Red Cross has I (This statement is on the premise
and caps for the team and the I I i From, all indications there will from 'the small of !
Red Cross is a story of I grown group that water will follow the laying
members are finding ways and be a jolly crowd and lots of fun 1 I com-I peasants and tanners that Dun of a water distribution system;
of An Index Top
I I paaionate mercy I p
means to purchase sweaters. [for alL Delicious refreshments I that found expression I ant organized at Lombardy. a i which always has !been one of the
Promoters of the dance state. .
will be served and lovely prizes tion. To Henri huge society functioning in 63 costly factors in considering: a
that Saturday night dances at the,, young Dunmt.1 civilized nations of the world. water' supply for Key "West)
tourist who witnessed
given. a I i iI
Cuban Club are rare and usually..uccessful i
Fire insurance rates will decline
the shouts of "The I tL RELIABLE
I An invitation extendedto ing Y
. has been
They are doing every-J I
when the distribution
retreats! The French have won! Change Plans For I astoundingly: water -
thing possible to see that all who, all persons interested in the him thrill of joy. This I:( system comes for every ; ) ,
attend are shown a good time and work of the club to come out and gave Henri Dun nt was a neui! 'New Deal' LegislationContinued i i street will be serviced. Those who
are putting the diamondball spirit help make this party a social and young : '''do not have fire insurance will
tral and only] felt ;reef that the
into the undertaking. 'financial success, it is stated. awful carnage was ,ended. An4 ( from Page One) I have the added protection' which FIRMSFOLLOW

----- .--._ -- now he must do what'he could'.td words of which had been passedout comes from an adequate water r

..................a....M feel the of and help. at the doors were sung. t' supply. F-
ing together." Is loving there no fight-I 'Filled ,with pity and horror;1 "Farley joined in the first Another angle to the sewer I ,

HOWDY\ KEY WEST! eternal punishment for, marriedmen Duftaat. who all his life* had, been I verse in a rather cautious bari-I, and water distribution system it
thisFor West has
interested in helping! the poor tone. Somewhere in the secondhe years Key

? :... I the weak aMd! the(tlSJderin went dropped out and he stood been wanting: and needing such a'
By RED KERCE -- ; about the village; of Castiglivns through the third with his hands system. If Key West as a muni-

.......................a The'Democrats-and Republican old boysan behind his back. No one had cipality or as some separate sewer
gathering men, young
The Republicans are looking for are fighting at about close range again. -! the women up who were left, thought to give him a copy of the commission etc, would have THE ARROWAnd !
1 1 The count is even-some
build the it
attempted to system,
a candidate with Hoover's disposition seeking their aid as volunteers in words.
i favor Roosevelt while others demand
-i would have cost more than $2000.000 ,-
and Roosevelt's smile. helping him care for the wounded "I am here to sell stamps, Far-
I I the right to follow the I Soon the hi. church of the ley then announced. as compared with the

Wilbur Glenn Voliva has gotten constitution. village-housed 500 men, while $1,2:>0.000 the system is costingnow.
It would have been You Will Find In This
us in a prety pickle by predictingthe I Woman is the of 100 more _were being cared for 'The Para rubber tree from neces- ---
only species to into the market
sary go open
world would reach its end in, in the park outside. Brazil is being successfully grownin
humanity man will run from one
1935. We'd made a lot of promissory This was in truth the first Red Florida.
day and after the next. check Directory Stores Which Aim
notes payable for January 1, Cross relief station! ,

1936. Wheh the meek get ready to inherit The experiences of Dunant Gold production in Californiain 6 6 6 COLDS

the earth we'd like to get( were to crystalize into a result 1934 totaled 719,063.92 ounces and To Serve and Please Yqji. They
destined to change the history of FEVERfirst .
Another advantage the Italian the information in advance; we I of fine gold valued at $25,131238. ,- .
recruits have over former wars: know a lot of Miami real estate warfare and civilian relief I day
It would seem rather difficult to lying in a lake. throughout the world. On his return Lipid .Tablets HEADACHES Invite You To Visit i Them!

make canned horse meat resemble I to his native home in Switzerland Subscribe to The Citizen. j Salve Nest frees in 30 minutes
spaghetti. he immediately set about
Another thing personally we drawing up plans for an inter- -- .
I hold against a war cloud-it con- national conference to discuss
,Psychology lesson; : Today is the] tains too dern much hail. humane methods of handling .
tomorrow you wished for yesterday more '
because didn't have
you any We
thing to do intend to retire just as while armies fought. In 1863 L I I
soon as we can save up enough this conference materialized, and
money to convince the public that in compliment to Dunant's country -1 1 i i
Back to, or forward with, the we have sufficient funds to war- : the emblem we know as the I It I Dnval At PetronU Street Paint Job That Hold Up ,I H. DiamanoJ Prop.

constitution! queries the esteemed rant buying on credit. Red Cross flag today was selectedby % lr Package. Liquors of All Kind Expert Starter and c.... Service OU Shoe. Mad. As Good A. New
Literary Digest. Well, we got to 1
reversing the Swiss flag. The / i Beer and Wine Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service 612 Dnval Street
do the former to do the latter, Chlorine, deadly gas, in comb Red Cross on white backgroundwas i ICE i

anyway. nation with other chemicals is an from that day known as USE 1 1IT'S ;

efficient antiseptic.A [ Humanity's Flag," the sight of PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ FISHDEMERITT BAKERIESMALONEY
The world's most

A future earth pathetic'sight:1 new theory of sound holes .'... .._.y... '. LeaAlaaHotel* 1 PURER! I STUDIO BROS. FISH & PEACOCK
arguing with a tax collector. that the human ear is LASTS LONGER! I r ,
I I "instrument" a stringed THE SEMINOLE 1 YouTl Like Tie Print W. Malt COMPANY II Baker of Baker Boy Bread

A Miami man waited in his I 1 Ps Photo Englarging A Specialty Specializing ia Fresh Fih Cake. and Pastries

room for death by gas, reading a!I! Fabric for covering airplanes is L1h ICE REFRIGERATORS 606 Duval Street Foot of Front Street I Phone 818 812 Fleming St.

magazine. Recently we read that;; now being made fireproof by Made of all I Phone 44 Fr. Delivery
w metal-equip-
same magazine, but maybe self i chemical impregnation. si sr ,

resistance is unequally divided. +ts 8 ie1. t ped with WATER COOLERS 4 4i I PLU3IBINGTHOMPSON COFFEE : PRESSING

Something for the Republican' DIAMONDBALL DANCE E I They're Economical PLUMBING FERNANDEZ &

viewers-with-alarm: Relief work- Benefit Art's Barbecue Team i It 100 Per Cent Refrigeration COMPANY"Get TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLSAsk GONZALEZDry
men are buying salt pork. i CUBAN CLUB
I Satisfaction Our Prices Fir f' Your Grocer For I CleaningPressing
Saturday !lows 23. 9:30 Till v. I
Mussolini urges his troops "to Dell Wood Orchestra ... .....ynl.. ....rI.. .I Sheet Metal Work, Dayton Pvmp 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE First Class Alteration
CR.!.!!. B. GKI'VER.: Bfnarr, Priced at 132 Simonton St. Phone 536 Half Pound p",.. lOc 928 Division St.
MONROE THEATEP ADMISSION -ro--- 60c A human home-like Institution II I II
1 where will find sear l-alrUmal .
you I
Stan Laurel-Oliver ,Hardy enfrt of great sad Importance..aC.rt.'....' a matter 30 and 35 CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE I CLUBSFor DRUGS

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