The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00369
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Associated Press Day Wire :.' ;; 'i Key West:, Florida, has the
Service. b C tp W..t ([t"t'13tn most equable weather in the

For 65 Years>Devoted to the > country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit



Commissioners- Arrange To Have .' MAKING FOR :OPENING-PLANS! ,. 'sat'! ; i No Material Change Shown In!BynchonStates All Work Projects

County Attorney Attend HearingTo Strike Situation

CASAJHARKA Involving In :Monroe County Will Cease Unless

Be Held On Railroad Issue WPA

MANAGER PETER B. SCHUTTIS Operatives Employed By


Board To Ascertain Wh enl'tlatler 1 1 IS. S. CUBA WILLGOINDKYDOCK LOOKING FORWARD TO WPA Workers Resume
VERY GOOD SEASON DURING No change is apparent today in and still another was for the men Operations

their foremen and
to go to state
Will Be Taken: WINTER the deplorable situation brought openly whether or not they were -

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about by the strike of WPA willing to return. -
Up In Jacksonville Be-' One speaker stated he was

AT MOBILE, ALA.TO Preparations for opening the workers on the different projects, willing to work in fact wanted to Council Orders New Ordinance Also Announced That On

fore Federal Judge magnificent Casa Marina Hotel return. He had a family who was
I especially! the sewerage and water I;already beginning to feel the ef- Dole Will Be Given To

I MAP; LAST TRIP FROM 'are now going on under the per- distribution project which wa* fects of his non-working. Another Drawn In Of Salaries

County commissioner decided NSY WEST :TO TAMPA TOMORROW sonal supervision of Manager Peter : well under wanted to know why the men did Fixing Strikers Or Their Fami
getting way. not come out openly and declare;
last Right at a regular meeting to: BEING for return to work. They ---- .
BEFORE B. Schutt who is looking for- This is the third day of the a were lies
ascertain when the bearing oa all 21 years old and nobody could .1'AT.I' .' 1'1"-
Many Other Matters Are "
ward excellent winter
OVERHAULED to an. sea-
cessation of operations and the ,spank them for wanting to re-

matters pertaining to the Florida resultant turn.During Taken HOW GOOD ARE YOU By AsMrtat Pre..)
loss to the communityof Up During Reg-
East Coast Railway is to b. held I son.I" an interim of the meet .
When the Cuba sails tomorrow letters to friends in Key; about $8.400, which;" amount is ing a man who is considered an AT READING PROOF? JACKSONVILLE Dec. 5.

!i. Jacksonville before Jndge.LoaisStrum 1 afternoon for Tampa it will be West some weeks ago, Mr. Schutt excellent workman with an unexcelled ular Session Of Organ- -A. E. Pynchon, state WPA

aad to have Attorney William vessel based oa the approximate daily reputation for honesty of Your ability may earn you ,
the last departure of the was very optimistic as to the Administrator said all work
and fairness in his deal- ization Last NightThe a beautiful De Lose Gillette ,
V Albury attend. tk ..hear- from Key West until Tuesday, hotel's business this season and distribution of $2,800 to skilled .
% ; ings with his fellowmen, made a Razor Set! projects in Monroe county
December 17. This was announced despite the curtailment of trans- few remarks the In one of the advertise. ,
ing. and unskilled operatives; as shown pointed on question would be .eUed unless
yesterday by Agent J. IL Cos- portation with the loss of the of returning to work. ordinance fixing the salaryof ments in this i..ae.f The 'ca
Present at the meeting.were by the records at WPA head- Citizen there WPA workers ,... strike
tar. railroad and cancellation of Key He said that the same work he appears a specially won
Chairman Carl Bervaldi, Commis- the city and auditor,
Upon arrival at Tampa Satur- West on the schedule of the quarters.. is doing now for $20 weekly he attorney .elected MISSPELLED in the Island City return to

sioners Norberg Thompson and day the Cuba will be made readyto Steamship Florida has lost none formerly received $50 for and which was 'passed on its initial, WORD. The person bringingin
Nathan Niles Clerk Ross C. Sawyer Several meetings have been ,was glad to get $20. What he failed the correction: to this error their jobs.R. .
I go to Mobile for annual over- of his optimism. reading at the last regular meet.
Attorney William V. Albury, held during the past 24 hours in i to understand-was that when men correctly written on the C. Unkrich assistant
haul and cleaning and, it is ex- Setbacks like these but in- I ,
working for $4.80 week coupon i in this issue will
a ing of the City Council, receive -
different sections. One at the was presented -
Chief Deputy Sheriff Bernard pected, will be ready to take up
centives to greater efforts on the I and were called only at intervals, one of these De Lose state FERA administrator,
Waite and County Solicitor AllanB. the run between Tampa St. Petersburg car barn, another in the western at the nession held lasts Razor
part of highly efficient business I there was always a rush to look f Outfits absolutelyFREEI added to this ultimatum the
Key West and Havana section of the and the
Cleare, Jr.Chairman city one at butt I !
at the boards to their
executives and since these ob- I see if names night for its final reading,
Bervaldi called the by Sunday, December 15, and ar- park this morning.At i were posted. When they were,, Answers mast be in by statement that there wouldbe
matter to the attention of the rive at Key West Monday, De- stacles have occurred, Mr. Schutt : was killed after considerable discussion 11:00
this there several there smiles of on Friday
I' I were speakers was always happiness. morn no dole for strikers or
board. He also suggested the ad- cember 16. has been so encouraged by the When not, expressions of ing.
urging the men to return to
The ship arrived this morning I their
visability of 'communicating with disappointment. Now, when they I families.
the Florida Railroad Commissionand from Tampa with two second con-tacts work and explaining :In detail the I It was agreed that the ordinance : ,P.l".I'.I'.IT..IT.4T
I I can work steadily and get more 1'.1'THREE Direct federal relief end
ask them to be present at the class passengers for Key West losses they mere causing, not onlyto I
their refuse. should be amended t
second !he feels elated over the outlook.In money as to
five first nad seven
hearing. themselves and their familiesbut The his ed December 1 in Florida
speaker concluded
Report of WPA Administrator class passengers for Havana.On discussing the hotel, Mr. I remarks i certain provisions, one of which II j MEMBERS
to the business interests of by saying that he had and throughout the country,
the vessel were 14 tons of Schutt said that number of his
M. E. Gilfond with of a
copies the city, to say nothing of the heard of strikes against construc- I deals with fees formerly allowed!
vertisements of Key West in freight and 120 sacks of mail for had I \WERE INITIATEDAT he explained, but even if
I I I correspondents deplored the loss of prestige of Key West and tion companies, against cigar
read Key West; 22 tons of freight and the attorney in collection of delinquent -
northern newspapers, was fact that the of Key its with her sister cities this
62 sacks of mail for Havana. temperature citizenry manufacturing concerns and other were not the case fed-

and approved. Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- West in the winter-was not shownin i throughout the country. companies and organizations, but taxes. ROTARY MEETREV. eral relief rules prohibit
Clerk C. Sam B. Curry's reportof
i Several ideas suggested this is the first strike
were against
sessions of criminal court dur- Mallory Lines, is due to arrive in any of the numerous adver- The meeting was presided over
to how he had heard giving dole those who
: determining many men charity ever of. to re
ing "November was read and or- port tomorrow from New Or- tisements o.t the city appearing were desirous: of returning. One Announcement made later by William A. Freeman, president
I was
dered filed. leans, enroute to Miami and Jack- within the last few weeks in was ti have the men meet together that another meeting- ,to be protem in place of President Jim! DAY DELIVERS_ __ .-LECTURE .fuse to.work. '>Jfpr financial
Letter fr!>m.f. Moran. man sonville. Freighter Colorado, of northern and Roberts who is acting mayor during aid.
-papers, in and voice their opinion: Another held 8 o'clock:! tonight at the '
of the Palm Hotel in the same ines,.is. due In Sunday onse-I Mayor C. Galey's absence -! OUTLINING ROTARY;
ager Royal Harry
quence was being asked i was to have a secret ballot; park. :
morning from New York. I Pynchon said if the projects
Havana, was read, in which he ex- number of prospective visitors I. _. from the city.A MELVIN RUSSELL PRESIDES
pressed appreciation for copy of just what the temperature was. I I -- -- --- --------- new ordinance will be drafted are cancelled they can

resolutions adopted by the board LODGE OFFICERDEPARTS The public relations department which will specify that the attorney DURING SESSION

and sent to Cuba giving thanks to 'I of the local administration, which Galey Expresses Desire For receive $100 per month as a, not be resumed without a

the different organizations in the |! wrote the advertisements is to : flat salary, with the only other, lengthy process of being sent

Cuban capital for the interest AFTER task the papers in the north, in? compensation to be received being The Rotary Club held its

they took in the matter of re- which the advertisements -. 1 covered by ,the city chaT r.1 to Washington as new ap-

building the Florida East Coast VISITING HEREMRS. i I|J to print the daily Key speared West;I WPA Operatives To 'Resume This extra pay willow ;only ,ink I lar'' meeting in. the.Parish regu-I plications, approved there
Railway and the courtesies ex- cases where "lb attorney '
temperature in their regular weather { may at noon today. Precedent Melvin : !
tended the committee from Key I t report.ICLOSE !handle! suits far)the'city; in )J.isj! by several 'agencies, and

West on their recent visit. : :: capacity; as attorney. : j I Russell! was in the chair. I'finally returned to him for

Letters from Governor Sholtz ALBERTA CARTER Work His 1 It was explained that when theattorney's ,
I Awaiting :Arrival! [ Visiting members were Dr. S. ;his sanction.SINGING.
an'd LEASE FOR ,
Conrad Florida raised
Yan Hyning. PRESIDENT OF REBEKAH t salary was by} }
WPA administrator thanking the ; I,the new council it was with the i W. Ellsworth, of Quincy, Mass.,,I

board for their Thanksgiving ASSEMBLY HAD MOST ENJOYABLE understanding that no fees bet;:introduced by Dr. William R.
resolution embodying appreciationfor STAY I I WINTERQUARTERSIS. Mayor H. C. Gale,, who .has I Key West by plane from Miami j)t paid in the future. [i I Warren; and Henry Brewer, of PROGRAMGREATLYENJOYED

aid given by the state government i I been away for almost two week ,! tomorrow In the event morning.the workmen do I[ As to the matter of the andi-, New Haven. Conn., introduced by
and federal to : tor's '
government '[ salary which was fixed atI
Monroe county and Key West MARSHALL. WIFZ AND on the matter of a wage increase -I conclude to return to work, M. E.$100 I i per month in the ordinance Stephen Douglas.

were read and ordered filed. :Mrs. Alberta Carter president :!i I j Gilfond, WPA administrator, said I II j jI ,I that was kilted, it was decided to Three new members were

Sheriff K. O. Thompson's re- of the Rebekah Assembly of I|l COMPANION EXPiCIWITHIN I I I for those employed on I it would not be possible to open I j,!: defer this question until a later initiated: Hollon Bervaldi Nib

of funds, $215.27 depositedfor Florida, who was paying her official 10 DAYS the projects today as permission!:! date. UNUSUALLY LARGE NUMBER
port I I I WPA projects in Key West, expresses liam L. Richardson and Stephen
November, read and visit to the local lodges, I would have to be secured from E.j j i t
proved. ap I completed a delightful stay yes- i I I his desire for the worker .' A. Pynchon, state WPA administrator -'I Discuss Matter I C. Singleton. Rev. James S. Day I ATTEND COMMUNITY
I I A discussionas: entered into
Clerk Sawyer's report t* '-of'' 'tax] terday and left by plane in the I in Jacksonville; upon whose i iI 'i delivered a lecture on the mean- EVENT LAST NIGHT
I S. L. A. Marshall, editorial and to resume their work awaiting on this subject in which several I Ii "
i afternoon for Miami en route to.. i instructions the projects were ing of "Rotary. During the lee-
redemptions during I aovenber'showed resort writer for the Detroit News,I 'i of the members expressed a willingness -'
total of $974.25. her. home in Ocala. I ki arrival in the city r suspended. j ture two of the .
a Mrs. Marshall; and companionare I to have the auditor's for-j "baby members,. ..1 .
bonds. I Arriving on the plane Tuesday, I Just like any other employe ; : Larger than at of the
$636.41 cash any pre-
$337.84 held
expected to arrive within the mer salary of $150: month their rattles with a graceborn
Mr. I I I This wish is expressed in a the Gilfond per re-j
Gunn's Carter held an all-day school; I lof administration Mr. ;' yio ,<5ommunity Singings Was'
County Judge Hugh report -
next 10 and be located at stored inasmuch it shown
as was of long custom while the4<
of licenses issued during November of1 instruction which was fully telegram sent to The Citizen from i pointed out to The Citizen he is.i the'attendance' last night at Bay-
Attended and was entertainingand the Air Station apartments for;' which follows |under instructions from his 6U-: that he is now performing extraI ; third, adorned with a dainty whitecap 'view Park wben excellent!
recorded a total of. $271. I I which Philadelphia: : services in the : 1 an pr"-
lease closed
today. I of !
a was way collecting
Of this sum the state received:. ), enjoyab'e.'In ,! Mr. Marshall will remain in I I' "Key West Citizen <\ peri0rs and cannot: take any ac-;: delinquent evidently purloined from I gram was rendered.
occupational other!
$167 and the county $104. r the evening the visiting officer : in the matter unless so in-i I some hopeful's layette was with Aside from the indi>ulj*! performances
: Key West for brief time to Florida licenses, distress
West. including
a "Key : [
: South Florida met with and paid her of- se'i t I :strutted from Jacksonville.: 'j'jI ; war- difficulty restrained from suckinghis I by accompli' bed musicians -
Application 'I. cure data for a series of illustrated I "If the citizens of Key rants, in addition to his duties !
and ficial visit to Spackling Waters, j )fro Gilfond also said that hrt I Of,1 thumb; after which President the ensemble number
Contracting Engineering !
Company, presented some time Lodge, Number 14, and Friendship -: articles on Key West, a I II j I West will consider that Senator i did not believe instructions to accounting. It was shown Melvin Russell extended to them were strengthened bv a numberof

ago, for reduction in personal Lodge. Number 84. Many i I letter to the housing departmer I i Gomez Representative ]open the projects would be issued when the reduction in salary west the right hand of Rotary Fellowship singers in the audience.
of the WPA shows which j 1 ordered
taxes! was shown to have been matters of importance to the after i I Papy Aid myself are earnestly unless at least 85 per cent of the it was the intention to, and they resumed normalcyand This, is the third of the Community -
members individually and i j he will' go on an assignment to I considering; the interestsof workers themselves as have the auditor relieved of this'' became their
basis of instead as an expressed : age; Singing evenings !';tap1by
granted on a $1,400 -
c" $2,000. organization were discussed; Central America and Mexico. I Key West citizens they I being ready to return to remain; extra work which was to have1I I Guest entertainers were Miss the WPA recreation depart-

A'll bills! read and ordered paid:t: ink: the evening one of the mak-I'. I Mrs. Marshall will remain in will: return to work sad on the job. as.he is of the opinion I been performed by someone else.'! Virgie Key and Paul Esqoinaldo. ment and others are 10 follow
funds eventful and entertaining of the i Key West throughout the winter;' await my return." i that should other trouble, of a This issue will be settled at the High School students, and Dell! throughout the season, it has
when are available.FELLOWSHIP year. i j I and until early spring before reI -i! Mayor Galey it is understood. ,like nature. *jise he believed the I next meeting. j' Woods. The accompanist was Oscar been announced.

---- I'I Yesterday with members of the I t I turning tc the home In Detroit.:;!: left Philadelphia early this morning -;projects would be closed per- An ordinance fixing the salaries Norman. They presented a

\ UNIT lodges Mrs. Carter visited points! I! and is expected to arrive in i I manently. I of the jailer and janitor, which'.highly appreciated program.

!,i t of historic interest on the island,''GEO.'. MELHUISH i iI i 1- was passed on its first reading at! --- I NINE PASSENGERS
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'saw: the work of lehabilitation being -; ; a former meeting, was presented
ARRANGE SESSION! carried on by the WPA and' INROBERTS' t tI last night, and was passed on its MASONIC LODGE LEAVE ON PLANE

I expressed herself as being charmed -I DIESJUDDENLYjCHIEF FOUR BUILDING I NEW\ ARRIVAL final reading. I

I I I with the city and imbued with j f A tentative ordinance regulating NAMES OFFICERS
Member-\ of B:>ys* Fellowship!i the hope that opportunity would ;f'f PERMITS\ ISSUED I FAMILYMr. : the operation of slot machinefe'ainiTixing There were nine: passengers:
and the be for another visit. 1 the amount of r
Lodge organization'ssponsors. presented CLERK AT CASA MA. f I aft-
1 leaving by plane yesterday
Equity Lodge 70, I. O.i|I t In the afternoon she was es- fI I r licenses to be collected was read, ( for Miami of
HELD ernoon majority
O. F., have made arrangementsfor 'corted to the landing barge by a RINA PASSED AWAY IN I i .an,. after'some discussion was or- ANNUAL ELECTION ;
f Four and per-j:iI Joe formerly 1 whom were arrival in die morning -
building repair and Mrs. Roberts dered referred
to the- ordinance
an important meeting 7 j I group of members of both lodge I I. : DURING MEETING OF DADE : for sightseeing trips over the
o'clock tonight in Knights of I and of the I. O. O. F_ who remained I suits were issued during the week' of Key West but now making committee for redrafting to be''

Pjthias hall on Fleming rtreet. i| to bid distinguished vis-i iI .1[,l ending today from the office ofBuilding I'I'l their home in )Miami announce : presented at the next meeting.A LODGE LAST ((EVENING I island Departures were: Tom New

In addition to the special' business i itor farewell and express:!< hope for !'. Inspector Harry Baker as!' letter was read from tie Flor- Max Bronbacher. Lawrence -
to be discu'sedork: in the i a return in the near future.SPECIALS George Melhuish 50, chief clerk< : the birth of a boy in Victoria ida Tuberculosis and Health As- I Jackson. Bart Griffen. Caro
"Fellowship Degree is scheduled of Casa Marina Hotel here last follows: I December 3. sociation: of Jacksonville request:'i Members of Dade LodgeNum-
for tonight also. A full attendance winter died suddenly at his home]iI [': Repairs to roof at 1111 Watson! hospital!! on ing that the city purchase $2.00;i ber 14, F. and A. M., held their i iI Stewart Mixon. Alberta P. Carter Green., Robert

= is expected. I in New York yesterday accordingto street Owner E. A. Aguilar;! Mother and son are reported doing worth of Christmas seals to aid'annual I election of officers last! Harry

Batter Ib _.. _..... .._ _.... 35c I word received here by Peter B.''cost $300. : nicely. in the campaign being waged to: night and the following were Voight.
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I Schutt, of the Casa Ma-[ Repairs to at 1500 help sufferers afflicted I during the
manager garage with the selected to preside
Crisco, tb .. ... ... _....... _..... _. 20c I Mrs. Roberts
-- Medina Bebfore
rina. j{| South street. Owner E. marriage disease and also to
FRI.-SAT. SPECIALCLOTH Grits, 3 Ibs ....m.....__.............. lOc I Melhuish !I ; ther prevent fur-I year 1936: '
Mr. was for even cost. $30. I spread of the dreaded Eakins Worshipful
OF GOLD CAKE and Cream, can .... .... ...- ...-....-. 6c the Sevilla-Biltmore:year 901 Elizabeth was .Miss Rae Woodbury dangh: ma-r }{. S. fix ail $
I manager of iI |I! General repairs at lady. The seals were ordered pur Master. 'I Cdgrdm9s
CHOCOLATE MALTED OX c Large Pickled Mackerel ... .-.. lOc in Havana and was prominently street. Owner. William Saw- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Woodbury. chased. },l Wm. Wendell--Senior Warden.

:MILK CAKE special' &U Fresh Fruits and Veretab'es I connected with many of the large yer cost $700. of Miami. Mr. Roberts is the son The police= committee informedthe I I R. S. Errckson-Junior War-. uuI ktUI,t.

MALONEY & PEACOCK : TIFT'S CASH GROCERY hotels of the north. He has many'I'; General repairs at 1414 White I of Captain and Mrs. Will Robertsof council that it bad purchaseda [deL I II t WHISKIES AND GINS

Phop 818 812 Fle.ielf St. Phone 29 1101 Division St.I friends here who will regret to street. Owner, E. J. Bayly;I' second hand automobile to be I W. T. Archer-Treasurer. !
learn of his demise j j[cost, $75. Key West. (Continued on Page Four) i I I F. O. Wech-Secretary. I






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DOPTT ROCK THE BOATOn 1 ,.is the announcement of the development I today ;Mr. Bell said "Key West It I
!ttl' i t 1I I I j jL KEY WEST IN of a new subdivision t,. now about to find its place in the
I -MINUTE SAFETY be made into an exclusive hom' svn. The city's great natural assets -
Daily Esc pt Sunday By the front page of The Citizen appears r TALKS f ?DAYS GONE BY district. A corporation has been are about to be capitalized on
: INC.
THK a telegram from Mayor Galey urg- formed by C. Aubrey Nickas a higher basis than ever the most
L. P, ARM%. PmMcBt By Don Herold
nappeai.ca Here Just 10 Year. .
I which will be known as the Garrison i optimistic Key Wester dreamedof.
JOB ALLE%. AuUtaat nt.eM Manager ing workers to await his arrival in the city Ago Today A. Take From
Park Corporation. This organizations i, .
From Citizen Building .
The before taking ally decisive .-11 Tk.
steps. Files Of The CiUz.
has tract of
Corner Greene and Ann streets purchased a i
---- To this sensible advice, The Citizen land near the Garrison Bight with,I

Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe, gives its earnest approval. "It's. human nature *>? ( Following a long discussion be- the idea of creating a fine reiden-I. The Barge CHy of AMOnfo
CoantTEntered i tween city council and Harry tial district. The property consist with two million feet of lumber is
Mayor Galey Senator Gomez and )J
at Key West. Florida. as second class matter Gwynn, who now has the city of 40 acres which was purchasedfrom I due to arrive at Key West about

FI FTV-SI XTil TEAR Representative Papy duly authorizedto Nothing can k 4 : /'h.1 1 scavenger contract, instructionswere William R. Porter. Machinery -I December 10. The lumber i b being
act for their fellow citizens were dis- _, issued to have the present I. has been ordered for the I sent by the Kirkpatrick company
Meatier: ef the Aweelate Pr Mnie .,..... 'contract amended with additional'.work of preparing the ground for I j of Mobile, Ala. Two other barges
Associated Press 'is exclusively entitled to use patched upon their errand at the expenseof ((99 done '
fo";, republicaUon of aU newS dispatches credited to ', } ; -- f 'provisions whereby ilr. ,Gvynn 'construction projects and as soon with like cargoes are expected.
It or not otberwU credited I*. this' paper. and also the County of Monroe and should 'potbe r.) j.would make a; daily report of as this arrives activities will be- arrive before December 26. These
_the local news published here. discredited by precipitate demands. upon .. ; bo U 'tt. ..V/(' 1 trash handled and also the ordi- gin. cargoes will make a total of more
a : Q .._ : nance will oontain a clause rnak--! f than eleven miHion feet of lumber
administration '
EDITORIAL) the local which has no -
II :' ,ing.it..a. violation of the law fort of different classes, arriving
)$lNATIONAl ".1935\ power to act, to grant demands, nor to :t 'i : residents to allow anything other! The first building activity on{ during the month of November

I make decisions. -. than trash to remain on the sides the Meacham tract will begin on and December, ail of whkh have
SCBSCRIPTION RATES! .i walk. North Avenue E-, where 20 houses I I been shipped by rail to other cities
One Year ._._.. _--..._..--.........._... $10.00 It is a good time to remember that I II are to be built. This announce- t Florida.
811 Months. ._. n. ._..._..._n__...- ._----"- ,J.GO 1.00 Key West has weathered many a storm; II II.I Editorial comment-- It is claim- ment was made this morning by I tin

One Three Month Months__._n. _._. .. .._._._._....____ .t5 that she will ride out another in time I that : taxes" 'Edwin Q. Bell, advertising agent
___ many ed the "nuisance are
Weekly ..n ...._ __..__ .%0 for the Key West Foundation BENJAMIN LOPEZ
to come and that in this present emergency j:a nuisance and should be abolish-:,
ALL RIGHT LOOK AT FIREWORKSThe I ed. *company. Reservations are now FUNERAl HOME
Some that
SATElade i people declare all
vhatever is done and without due
hastily I being made for lots in the tract Wed
taxes are nuisance. I S.rsag Key
SPECIAL 1 NOTl FAll consideration have to be done over nothing.can be-done From 1903 to 1914 there was an !i I and 149 were accepted this morn- Half CcMory
reading notices cards of tl> -..... reflations of about-iters are the worst enemiesof average of 3,500 deaths per year I[ t ing. The Meacham tract is being 24 Hoar AmbmUnc Service
L.. for again-and done right. | Fans of the fistic were
respect, obituary notices e t ".11 charged atthe the sport cleared than worthof
automobile safety move- from Fourth of July fireworks. more $50,000
rate of 10 cents a line.! I treated to of Uceaaed Embalmer
Notices for eatertainint h* -arches from which It is painfully evident that we progress ment. ([ a display gamenesaj machinery being now in use I 696I \\
Yet in 1911 there Phone 135 Night -
ft The revenue Citizen U to is te an derived open fcurn art ':.t.ln line. discus by the "trial and error" method, I Fourth I always of like In to their throw faces.the 3,000 automobile accident were deaths only I.1 last Chick night Miller when of Young Chicago.Trevor Trevor met I|!Discussing this great development I

ion of issues and srbjrcts cf local or general July the entire I ._
public rather than united for year. ( get my ---
by agreement a had bad but this his
upon a arm as was
interest but it will np" PIL-, a; 'nymona coaanunl- There used to be people who figures from The Travelers In-
eations. I course adopted after intelligent consideration said that nothing could be done surance Company,and they tickle first entrance in the ring in two
,--- about the Fourth, of July. They years and his friends were anxi
of all the factors in the case. me pink). OF
r I used to say that it was human ous to see him he decided to fight
IMPROVEMENTS FCi KEY WEST If this were not so, there would have nature for Americans to kill 3.500) We just decided away back against the advice of his physi- [
ADVOCAII'-D BY T.;E CITIZEN 11 11r."P. been no strike until the return to the city of themselves with fireworks on there, that fireworks deaths were cian. He fought gamely but in the II
taV.- Independence Day every year, nonsense. fourth round his right arm went OF KEY WEST. '
," -- .. !, \ of the representatives chosen to present the and that "you cant change human Some day we'll decide that automobile lame but he continued until the I '

L Water! and Sew ragearidcea ..;:::';- ,: deplorable situation of our workers to the nature." Now: they say thatIt accident deaths and in- seventh when his-seconds threw a I as at the close of business November. 1. 1935
q a y ". high authorities who'alone are in a posi- )is human nature for us to kill juries are nonsense: and we'll cut towel in the ring. Millervas Comptroller'.Call
: Maim. 36,000 of each other with motor
$ \0 : )ntp.et43aJaJ W them out-we'll "do something
awarded the decision but said
tion to act. cars each RESOURCES.Loans .
land, .,.. year. about It. the fight should have been >
ie 'lilt v- In 1934 there TWO PEO- "
heft :ro .! 2I -:' The Citizen has been outspoken in its PLE killed by fireworks were on the Communities which "do some- ed a draw. dedar'l I and Investments .,'' $ :..J'.SO.,7.S.10
thing about It" the ones, today 89.14Sanking
Overdrafts :
demands for better conditions for those Fourth of July; in 1933,seven; In ; or ,L.;t*
I Aytr n ii. with the lowest automobile House Furniture -
t. Hotels and Miss and
1932, ten. Edora Curry Miss
who fault of their have
1 through no own, death and accident records. I I and Fixtures __ T 35,920.76.
Yet there teas time when fire- Mary Roberts joint hostesses --
I 5.Bathing Pavilion. found themselves deprived of the oppor- a were Stock of the Federal Re- .
works killed more people than Something CAN be done about at a party given to a group of,: Bank 4,500.00
6. Airports-Land id Sea, tunity to earn their daily bread. automobiles. It.TODAY'S ,friends at' Bayview Park last J JII .r Temporary serve Federal De- !

7. consolidation> .f C.-uty and city Other communities can provide part- -------- evening. Games were played and posit Insurance Fund 1954.01
II delicious refreshments served.I United States Govern-
Governments time employment to relief workers. Herein
I ,
Mrs. A. Martinez and Mrs.\ Thomas ment Obligations direst -
Key West, there is no such resource. i Cox werechaperones.. i and fully guar-
.l l WEATHER ) anteed ..._ $'02.188.13-'
that hold fate in
Of the
I -
:Folks with vision generally are not powers our I:, Other Marketable Bonds .
their hands, we ask for consideration of Howard Thrift was injured, and Securities 178JB68.49
vision-: ry. afternoon when building Cash aid due from Banks 277,578.38: 1,069,035.00
this condition. Lowest Highest Tomorrow'. Tides yesterday a 11 I.
Station last night last 24 hours .( on which he was working
A.JI. 4,24oi
And to the workers (and we have *l,4/
folks with radio sets Abilene .m..- 42 48 I I High __.._......__...- 6:47: 6:23 collapsed. He sustained injuries 4 4--
PJtrthe poor no earned the right to offer our counsel) we Atlanta ........ 22 38 Low .._.....1225 about the head and face none of I,! LIABILITIES>
with which to listen<<: to all the wonderful I which were declared serious.
urge the maintenance of an attitude that Boston _...... G 30 I 11:44 l00.00&OASiplus
l Capital a
advertising ballyhoo. will hasten, and not retard, a peaceful and Buffalo ._._ 22 32 Barometer 8 a. m. today: i Of great interest to Key WestI I and Undivided Profits _: ..- .. "4, 07.16
Sea level 30.30.
equitable adjustment of the precarious Charleston .._. 34 52 j jI I I Deposits ..- 1,240,037.86

Whjen a Driver man recently claimedhe position in which Key West stands today. Chicago ...._--. 24 30 I WEATHER FORECAST I I I East Gulf States with readings $1,404. 45.01.

was Napoleon, a clever reporter quickly Denver _.._.._ 28 50 ,1 -_. ..'I i I,114 to 17 degrees below the seasonal -

proved him to be an impel :. JAPAN'S NEW MOVE Detroit ........ 20 32 J! (Till 8 p; m., Friday) : insula.average in, the Florida pen Member of Federal Reserve Sytexa

Galveston .._ 60 62 Key West and Vicinity: Fair II a S. KENNEDY, Member of Federal Deposit Ia oraj ce Cer oratieIt's .
Havana 68 and continued cold tonight; TueS: Officer in Charge.

ArTexchange says tat the "women While the League of Nations and the Huron' .._._.. 14 38Jacksonville 1 day generally fair and slightly:
-- -
.. 58 i warmer; genCe: to moderate I t.-
came sweeping down the stleets: Better I '
of to _
diplomats Europe are busy trying northeasat winds. \
still if they did all their sweeping at home.If find a solution of the Italo-Ethiopian situation KEY Kansas WEST City 28 60 70 40 i| Florida: Fair, froct in north I

i i: and central and interior of extreme > ;: ,
Rock .. 30 44
word comes that Japan will shortly Little ,

price avows that the 50 League nations take virtual possession of another large Los Louisville Angeles...... 50 26 62 32 .'I I in south interior portions of north with portion freezing -

are: attempting to "squeeze out" the area northern China, containing some Miami..:...._. 48 72 1| tonight; Friday generally fair

economic life of Italy. Is he not doing 100 million people. Minneapolis .. 22 32 II slightly warmer. >aJ1J
Jacksonville te Florida Strait P
that thing against the Ethiopians? New Orleans 42 58
very Various reports'are current concern- 'i and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate I

Even wo"se for he wants to gobble up the ing this new move on the part of Japan, Pensacola New York_.._. 40 14 56 24 j t north and northeast winds and I Ii

whole country. one being to the effect that the people of Pitsburgh '__.. iq 22 i generally fair weather tonight I : -
St. Louis _. 28 36 : and Friday.
the territory she seeks will acquiesce with- --- .
Salt Lake City 22 44
Evidently the linotyper has his own out armed resistance. In any event there San Francisco 52 56. s WEATHEcoNDITIONS i rTLLLs

views about a business man who fails to seems little doubt that Japan will ultimately Seattle ___..... 32 42 I

pay his rent, because he made it "con- have her way, as she did in Manchuriain Tampa _____.. 42 62 | ed The southeastward high pressure! into area the has South move -,
Washington: 22 30 e
viction" instead of "eviction.' The aver- 1932.. ? Atlantic States, Atlanta. Ga..i
Williston .__... 4 34 j I[
age man, however will deem the evictionof These Chinese government at Nan- i!'[ Nashville Tenn. and Louisville. I
Ky., 30.54 inches and
a non-paying tenant sufficient punish- king overawed by the presence of a strong Temperature* is high throughout the pressure country! ,,1l-

Highest .___.___._.._...__.70 !
border ; from the
ment. Japanese near the seems unlikely Plains States eastwardRains
: army !' Lowest .....,.__._..._..._..........60 I have occurred the.
to offer any serious opposition to' Mean ..._._??.____...__65 last 24 hours during s
throughout most of:
Secretary Roper Deferring; to the Japan's program. Normal :Mean __...__....-...____..71RaUfall Texas and Oklahoma and west-

President's breathing spelfletter, said "thisdeclaration Inasmuch as the League of Nationsdid ward over Arizona being generally s

of the Pre.Jide'ht's i clearcut nothing about the seizure: of :Manchuria Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. light to moderate and light t
Normal Precipitation .... .04 Ins. snows have continued in portionsof 0
and concrete. It means that'business no except appoint a committee whose .1*. rrrnt-r.,rr.. :..1-"... prrbdedt.K the northern and extreme eastern 1 / f

longer needs to feel any r"c*:tainty as to report Japan rejected with contempt, it is _! M oVUrl. IVI" ._r.'I.K.. Lake region. Temperatures

what in the fiAOc/witH respect not likely that the League will be able to Tomorrow ,AlmanacSun ; have risen in the West Gulf and
:jmay come rises __- ._....-._.... 6:59 a. m-; central Plains States the upper'
to governmental measures.'.' : do anything about the present situation, as Sun sets .__..:....___... 5:38 p. a. Mississippi and Ohio Valleys and

Japan is no longer a member nation. Moon rises -_ ..' __..... 2:44 p. m. Lake region but continue abnormally 1 1t
From the American viewpoint, it Moon sets .. ........h..... 3:16 a. m. f i low in the Atlantic and
Only the despondent, it appeals desire -
__ _
to shuffle off this l11.>tat ceil. Even seems more and more evident as time goes -oT

the good who are tl-solutely convince I on that the United States did well by keeping -

there is a better future life in heaven are out of the League of Nations, thereby A

not so anxious to depart from this terrestrial remaining free to maintain our neutrality Engraved GreetingCARDS

sphere and reluctautlv take leave I with respect to foreign controversies.A Year For

even when Father Time tips t',.em on the


State Beverage Director Weems is out I "Crippling taxes necessitated by the
with theannouncement that he would enforce I continued wide discrepancy between Federal USEFUL GIFTS

the section of ihe statd liquor law i revenue and Federal spending are being
I Over 500 Different Samples. To Select From
which requires meals to be served in places felt by the entire nation," said ArthurA. ; ,1p

that dispense intoxicating oeverages for I I Ballantine former under-Secretary of ,. VISE, for all sizes ...........-----.-- $3.75
consumption on the pre:ni;es. If this law the Treasury in a recent address."It Priced Low : 1 PLANE, finest steel _._...-------... 1.50

is to be ,enforced iu Key West, there, will I is often said that a family with an HAMMER, forged steel _....-...... 1.90

soon spring! up a plcth' i of restaurants J income of not more than $2,500 pays 'no 40 STYLES OF ENGRAVINGWish RATCHET BRACE _..._.._. 1.20

and eating places or hot dog stands. I Federal tax" he stated. "It is true that LEVEL, of truest kind 1.65

such a family does not pay an income tax, Friend A MERRY CHRISTMASWith -
Your .85
11 ZIG-ZAG RULE 6-ft. _..._
Too much interest on money is wrong, but that family pays in prices and in rents,
GREETING CARDS SAW (Disston) .... ___m...__.._..__ 4.00
so is no interest. In the Park Ages loansat pays on scores,of articles from matches,

soft drinks PLIERS. best grade steel ......._.._. 4&
interest were illegal, and his prohibitionwas candy chewing gum, through

actually enforced, and that was one of gasoline, telephone and electricity taxes, I For Distinctive Cards, Call at or Phone

the reasons why their darkness lasted for up to the very necessities of life-sugar, I South Florida Contracting

so many centuries. The laborer is worthyof pork, flour and bread. I

his hire and so is raon >y. Without in- "A moderate estimate is that such a THE ARTMAN PRESSCITIZEN aid Engineering Co.

terest, there is no inducemsnt: to save and I family already pays, without knowing it,i I .o to

lend without loans the will be in Federal state
; : no im- as; much as $300 a year ,
I BUILDING PHONE 51 "Your Home la Worthy Of The Best"
pTovements' ; without improvement: no and local taxes or almost 12 per cent of f

progress; without pro rr; ss-depression. 'I 1 the slender income." ....... L Phone 598 Cot.White and Eliza Sts.

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I R 4b '.DIAMONDBALLTILT I d.1;:;;; i Today's Horoscope

..elseBo rsaan, DEFERRED .;i.......*................

rSPORTS ........................1 i The influence of the first part
) ---- I of the day gives a miaaathropn.
arNOP1UB- .a e f.rt <. r.,.- I heavy fight for air. when she could 1782-Martin Van Buren, New attitude of
tert It* .r w.rH Caaaerte, e/ The diamondball game that ; mind, possibly doe. to
cUck .!would 6* mcr tad MI |stop and ink Into black feathers, or I York lawyer, state senator U. S. some real fancied
4eterut" u. _4nne,." .....farntwortk.,... eon ...it.pree her*- black clouds something soft ..d was scheduled to be played tonight senator! governor Secretary ofj I'I f Born 'as the day advances wrong the,

l ml ties murder ./ aer tab Lea smothery.She : at Bayview Park between State under Jackson Vice mind becomes
_.. .,.. more active, in
Fnre.s.rtk u' c. acoraed0S PresiI'dent.
remembered once she bad aK the Busy Bee Bakers and the 'I
8th President '
aartiu* commitIrit H Ana.4 4* .some cases: ready to nude
,.u. hooked u tfii*. Kitlten. UeMM most lost sight of that pin point of I Firemen has been postponed on Kinderhook, N. Y. Died c
... tool vine Tom Feeler there daring enterprises; bet the life
( listed thai not 1k. light which It seemed she must account of the cool weather, according July 24, 1862. j'I be
adopted faratoor *... .l1retioelybtg as she struggled until It became SCHEDULE FOR J l i[ some influences this might go a<,

And then there bad been someone Louisville Ky., business man. and .

Cbapter 31 near the torch who Insisted that she FIRST HALF OF ..e-..................... today."sIiFiIii" railway promoter, Secretary of I I

NEAR DEATH ... cary on.Anne THROUGH Bass former world's 1 the Treasury and U. S. senator Mary Garden was born in Aber.

opened her eyes. A pleasant J. Benny born at Bardstown Ky. Died deep, Scotland in 18J7.
THEY were talking about bee Ac- faced girl stood watching her. At COURT LEAGUE .....................se lightweight champ refused to COLUMN Mar 13, 1869.1822Elizabeth.

floor. '' at"& her.a Anne Ue!" Jumped she screamed.to the the sight of the opened eyea ahe The High School and the Tro- come: South and fight Chino Alvarez I I I ford, Pa. June 17, 19M.I .

The matron was oat of her chair moved swiftly across the, room. then t jan eleven played their annual I of Tampa, although be was i eeseee.se.............ee Cabot Agas-.I -

andi Harry at her heels, rnnn'.g returned. few moments later the WILL CARRY PLAY RIGHT UP Thanksgiving Day football game offered a fat guarantee. .Mr.'' Advertisements under this head ,iz, wife and proessional associate 'tie{' 1875-Gen. Sir Arthur W. Cur.
door opened and a man came In. last week and it cork of the famed commander of the Canadian
sure was a naturalist first
towards Anne's cell. "Get back In TO FEBRUARY 14; DOUBLE. Water, Pickle is a great traveler II'f will be inserted In The Citizen at
that bed.ordered the woman. But stepped to the bedside and looked er. Five minutes before the final North the rate of le a word for each insertion president of Radcliffe College forces in the World] War. born at

Anae. fired with a fever which down. HEADERS PREDOMINATE; whistle blew Wickers plunged I these days. He just went ,, but tile minimum for the I born in Boston. Died June 27, ''Napperton, Ont Died in Mon.
seemed to have reached her brain. "Stood the change all right. he through the Trojans' linesmen for and claims it snowed in first insertion in instance is 1907. I treal, Nov 30, 1983.
decided. "Do=:'t put her b.clllD the DATES BACK TO NOV. 29 every
.faced them. the only touchdown of the con- He brought back some lIliami.j' 25e:.

"1 did not km Uncle Lee and no Now oxygen about chamber-" he unless moved yon away.have his to. test. The playing' of Woodson, pockets to prove his Payment for classified advertisements -I 1839!)-.George A. Custer, dash- "Ja THE aeMVm.'. Lana. nt.fet*

Jury nor anyone else can say It." voice fading Into the vague cloud Atwell and Moore was very good. James J. Braddock was paid $1-,I is invariably in advance, ing Union cavalry officer famous SEM1NOLECHAS.

"Of coarse not dear.the matron's that settled over her. The basketball schedule for the For the losers. Zacal, Brantley 000 for exhibition fight the i r but regular advertisers with ledger Indian fighter, whose battalion's

voice was eoncWatory'pnt: get Into Anne fought to keep her eyes open. first-half of the Island City Bas- and Albury was outstanding. Sawyer an Whiteheadis accounts may have their advertisements slaughter in 1876 has evoked
bed like a good girl. Harry fnmy E. and O. was very good in other night. .Surges j charged. since born
There he was going towards the ketball League has an- been traded controversy ever in I ts%'
to have i p1F
upper left hand desk drawer tackling.; Next Saturday after- II Advertisers should give their! Harrison Co., Ohio. Died June
door n'Q1I.. He opened It She. caughta nounced. First were play
second base-
games to the Giants. lie is j!
little black thing like a fountain glimpse of a second figure arising noon these same two clubs will street address as well as their tele-I 25, 1876. HT
ed on' November 29. the Cardinal team. He was
pea' from a chair beside the door. A play. Freddie Carbonell, coachof man'on i i phone number if they desire re I
Harry returned with It, and Mrs. policeman In uniform. Doubleheaders are scheduledfor the Trojan eleven, promises to a Phi Beta Kappa at North Carolina ,!snits 1859-Lord Jellicoe, Britain's II

Kelson tacking Anna back Into bed. A shadowy smile tugged at the the nights the league will have a better offensive club on U.. which means he aver- ; With each classified advertisement admiral in the World War, born.

dipped It into a glass of water, then corners of Anne's lips. As If she be in action. First and second the field. The School boys are aged something like 95 in all his The Citizen will give free an Died Nov. 20, 1935. I

throat It Into Anne's month. could! escape I And'thenlhe realized (going; to get the services of George studies during four years at that;I Autostrop Razor: Outfit. Ask for sJ.ek..svfll.
For a long moment there was ahecoaldThera was another door I games will be played as they ap- Brooks to coach them and then institution. .Andy Pilney, the i it. 1872-Harry N. Pillsbury,
Hence la the room then the matron. through which she might slip and pear on the following schedule; the Alma Mater war yell will be: Notre Dame star, may give a fling j i world-champion: chefs player B. Gal RR.. Fl.rla L..ger>!

'looking at the thermometer spotsto evade them el. forever. Nov. 29-Park vs. :WPA; Busy "Let them come, they shall notpats. at baseball with the Chicago PERSONAL born in Boston. Died at Frank- A human bome-llks institution
the deputy. '''The nurse was standing at the bedside Bees High School. ." White .Sox after he graduates. .I where you wlti find *.> ...1......
"Call Doctor Morton.Kr& la her hand, glass tube The'Cininnati Reds paid $25- I eafrt _4 eafertal..eat a III&t.
Pec. 6 Bees vs. Park ter of great importance.A
Nelson It's two-thirty and -Busy ;
tinkling'against the edge; Nourish- 000 to the Yanks for two minor INDIGESTION victims, why --o--
that girl's going to be tried fort" ment. U she refused that other door WPA vs.. High SchooL r The Winter Basketball season league stars! -McQuinn, ,first suffer? For quick relief geta KEY WESTCOLONIAL *tv l fli* *Mt Canning Ieat.4U

"She won't be here to be tried or would be opened. It would be easierto Dec. 13-Busy Bees vs. WPA; got underway last Friday night. baseman and Raimondi catcher I free sample of.UDGA, a doc HOTELIn the heart .* ,.. city'
even charged If 10Udon't do as Iaa1. in -
to Four -we'1-balanced clubs are
go that way: It courage SchooL .Unknown Winston, Tampa
the Park vas High tor's prescription at Gardner's Every Room with Combination Tab

snapped-lay panting woman.Anne burning now. live.The nurse placed the glass tube Dec. 20-Busy Bees vs. High has the such league.stars The as Hale Recreation, W. Gates five negro _heavyweight was suspendi -i!I I Pharmacy. the Center of the Business I Ceiling and Shower Fan, Slat Bath Door Radio for, Summer Electric

vain throw off the i I'ed for one year for taking a dive : nor 2G-21-22-27-28-29jdec4-5-6; Theater ,Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
trying In to covers she ordered. School Park vs. WPA. V. Woodson and E. and District
to her lips. "Sip It. ; Beccaise, Jllattresses of Inner Spring Cow'nruction
in front of Jack Sharkey. |I I
the woman held over her fighting Anne looked up at her. "Sip." repeated Dec. 27-WPA vs. High School; Albury. The Administration out- 11-12-lSx __ I i and Individual Read
the matron with unnatural Paul Waner came South to treat j I First Class-Firoproof- i lag Lamps.
the nurse. Park vs. Busy Bees. fit boasts Jones and White, two SALESMAN WWNTED
his Dr. Cecil B. Ferguson I RATES
strength. Jan. 3-park vs. High School; Army stars J. Cooper old-time I Sensible RU SlBIJT8 .
; I
Let me out cf here she pleaded. the broad veranda of will tend him lie spends his winters RM_>, Private Bath ..
sat on Busy Bees vs. WPA, School star L. Curry MAN WANTED. for Rawleigh I at.
"please let me out. My bed's ANNE High varsity ; in Sarasota. Fla. .George Carafe Elevator [r IOU R__.. PrlTMlc Bath ___.__ fast
cooL Don't make me stay. hospital /flanked by a uniformed Jan. 10-Park vs. WPA; Busy also formerly of the High I| and seek to Route of 800 families. Write l to a_... Private Bath ___ ISO
policeman the Jan matron. Bees vs. High SchooL School ; team O. Roche,I Sisler! syndicate pur- today. Rawleigh, Dept. FAL- r'II Roma. Private Balk a.M
"'There-there. there-there."The i varsity ; St. Louis Browns. Horns- Prc .....
her chase the Popalar I II. Sa* l. Ra a>a Private Bath
and day nurse."This Jan. 17-Busy Bees vs. Park; who is promising I 116-SA, Memphis, Tenn.dec5.121926
monotone down her resistance a new-comer very ;
wore is adventure"she told them. by will be retained as manager i'LIGUT,I IeMlR.UIiI: FOR DOCBLB:
WPA vs. High SchooL ; Archer, old-timer who was r occur AH cr*
and tbe last memory Anne held of will
.Cochrane the Tigers
look the purple hills says
Just to out on
the world Into which she had Jan. 21-WPA vs. Busy Bees; very good in hid day and who will I
queer 36. .Ohisox wants J -- ---- -
the blue river to watch the seagulls ( I.be stronger in FOR RENT - ---
been precipitated was of a woman High School vs. Park. ''be in tiptop shape after a few r
wheeling to feel the beat of the hot much for Simmons. -.Gene
In white patting her on the shoulderand Jan. 31-Busy Bees vs. High, more ,games. The Busy Bee I
sun on her body to smell the dry Tunney says Dempsey would have LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -
saying In a sing-song voice School; WPA vs. Park Bakers have 'Fred Mathews. Ed.t'
scents of early autumn In the air. knocked out Louis. "I believe Joe I -2 bed rooms, conveniences -
."'there-there." Feb. 7-WPA vs. High School; Woodson Bethel C. Smith }!
She was terribly tired of green Louis may yet prove: to be a great porches. 519 Elizabeth Oversea Co.
Busy Bees vs. Paik. and Hernandez all former High I II Transportation
she "
walls and liquid food. At that fighter. said the ex-marine, who Street. nov13
ANNE FARNSWORTH opened her had been unconscious so much of the Feb. 14-Park vs. High School; i I School varsity players at onetime defeated Dempsey twice. "But I
I : I
eyea. Pale green walls, shaded time that she had escaped much of Busy Bees vs. WPA. j:i! or another., Jack Thompson before I consider him as such I I FURNISHED APARTMENTModern OWNED AND OPERATED BY
windows, a screen that cut off has played with several fives in
the monotony of her Incarceration."Am I I i shall have to fee him really test- conveniences, 628
further view in low ef the room two voices 1 never to nave company?" FERA TEN TACKLES this city and also with Dartmouth ed by someone with courage to White street or call at Gaiti's I Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West
talking a I
she asked the matron. "Here I've when he was a student there. W. trade blows with him. The Dempsey Barber Shop nov2 ,
"Shell pun through and I'm Ql whole and Adams has with of I 'I
been for a month convalescing played some made short
sorry,** said one. a.week and three days. WILD\ CATS TODAY the best quintets. in Key West. AH i work of of old him.would I have am not denying [ FURNISHED APARTMENT with REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT
You worked hard enough to help I
"Whenever the doctor the and electric ice box. 1001 Eaton
agrees. these
cagcrs are very good I SERVICE BETWEEN
her observed the other. I II that he isn't good, but I do not I
nurse Interposed. -- i I I in couple of weeks fans will seethe phone 879J. nov9lmoxI
"Ot comae. But poor girl think of "And the serif) puts his okay ox : !' 84 consider! him great
dust fly around in the HighI
what she has to face-" them." added the man in uniform- LIGHTHOUSE AND B.::LL BUOY School Gym. i Baltimore displays" interest .1\,NICELY FURNISHED APART i Key West and MiamiNOW

Boston baseball
"Bat supposing she Isnt cu t1. Anne smiled at him. "He needn't : j I I .' ; MENT with garage. Apply 827
If abet died the real murderer wouldgo CLUBS HAVE WITHDRAWNFROM Velasco, a former Key Wester,
be afraid of my friends deliveringme. I I I Dnval street. oct9 MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST
scot-free." I know those bumps down 'I SOCIAL LEAGUEIn The diamondball season will Ia,i star footballer with the Hills- .

"That wouldn't have hart her. there are supposed to be feet but'1 !|i soon come to a close and so far 'I borough High; this year. Thanksgiving BICYCLES -oN-
This will From what I've heard. ....-- championship Day he was the star in defeating J WEDNESDAVT
don't think they know they belong 'j the Lope: ten have won one TUESDAY FRIDAY AND
I she's been through enough in the to me. They wouldn't move if 1 ordered i|I and the- Bakers one this !I Plant High. He scored the BICYCLES-WE RENT by the ,
last year to kill] an ordinary person. the Social League this afternoon i the He SATURDAY MORNINGSWE
them to. Besldes.ahe added ; year. The other championship first touchdown of game. Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
The family's". treateo her abominably thoughtfully "I don't want to e.cape. the Administration ten i!I: play-off broke up without a win-I was picked on the All-Star State makes and paint them with FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
will the Wild Cats at Bay
play .
I want to stay and face the s j I ner :and now-the Bakers and Fire- | High School eleren. ..Cochranof Nu-Eaemel We carry a full :
"Motive for the sbootingr'Tttat's view Park. I I SERVICE
charge. 1 know I'm Innocent. men are playing for the present I the Tigers, and Charles Grimm, supply ef parts. Agent for the
what the prosecution will This contest will start at 4:30 i!
"Whom do yon want to seerthe championship of the Senior loop. i!I of the Cubs, are vice-presidents RoUfast and Dayton Bicycles : OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET
Well. I'm off bed. She
say. to should
o'clock. i|
officer asked. 1 '' of their clubs. .There are 28
Outstanding players of the And sell them as low as $5.00
show a decided Improvement to Anne hesitated. She wanted to see Tomorrow the Office boys will year j i I'I clubs I i
major and minor league
have bees Baker. Cates, Ingra- down and $1.00 per week. : TELEPHONES 68 AND 92
night. Let me know If there's any John Neuman. but somehow she I across l bats with the BlackvweU's'StopOvers 1! to train in Florida in 36. ..BilIi ,
change the other ham,,.Luna., C. Gates Kerr, Sterl- j i Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.
way. conldat admit this. If she for the final of
saw game i
Terry has changed his mind again
"Too I l ing and McCarthy and W. Cates ,I novl8tfFOR ,I
don't mean wake you, came: Tecla. she could tel her all of the the week. j
for the Embalmers JL Acevedo.+I I| and will play first base) for the
In ;
astonishment from the second
news and then she could ask her to The Lighthouse outfit and Bell --- ------------
Giants next .The Red Sox t
voice. A. Acevedo: E. Albury.. Hale, :: year. SALE I II
send John up Buoys have dropped out of the !!1! is the club to beat out in the I
"I do. there's still a chance of her "My nurse. Tecla Sorki." she an league. This leaves five clubs. Bethel Higgs. Ward: Sweetingand American League next year, and SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50c. '
slipping back(; across the line and >Barcelo: for the Bakers; M. I II'
swered. It is understood that another ag- the Pirates in the National The Artman Press. ang7
well the girl's shown so much "Maybe tomorrow. temporizedthe to ,: Lopez, P. Carbonell,, J. Walker 'I loop. : t I 1
is organized
gregation being II
courage even In her unconsciousstate matron. LV Castro, Hernandez, Gabriel, J, I
that I'm for her a hundred percent On the morrow Tecla Sorki appeared I enter the league. | Garcia and C. Garcia: forthe '.

I'm.getting the court to appointme ,a mere shadow of her former I e .e.. ; Firemen; outstanding on the i i
as her attendant during the trial 3 lf. Cautioned to be careful shetiptoed ': Bar-B-Q ten, which team played 0i ,

1 so': Into Anne's room and sat I "soci L.WG :: only sic games, were Jones Goeh-

"Watch the trial! at th* bedside afraid to speak. 1 i i ring Stanley Bazo; and Woodson.

"No watch her. If they're going to ''Teela:? laughed Anne when she During the first part of the year

row her to the legal lions to make opened"her eyes and discovered her STANDING I Adama team had such stars as

Roman holiday I'm going to be there-"you t tempt me to say 'boo' .i I Jones, Goehriiuc:, Lopez and Mo i We will help buy
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here to bind up the woUndL"W1Ien and setTtt you'll Jump. *. > 1 I line* and, Tynes ia the box. I you
,Is the trial!" Club W. L Pet
( "NIkkt. All of the pent-up worry -- ,
"As soon as she's.strong enough. an&oe of the past weeks were released Administration ___ 2 0 1.000 f Subscribe. to The fSi ltb' n" It t I the Family's

to stand it" in that word. And I would High School _.,_._ '2 1 .667 --
The door closed behind swishing have saved you from this worry this BlackweJl's Stop-Over' 2 1 .667 II

starched skirts. Anne stared at the sickness with myself. Wild Cats ,__._. 2 2 .500 i LAVE S 1 I

green walla hospital walls She remembered "I know loa would Tecla. butdon't Transfer Corner _.'._ 12 .333.: 4 1t ClidsiiuasI
now. There had been a worry you had nothing to do George O'Brien in

long struggle. She had had to fight with It. Cheer up. everything will Rudolph GaD%. famous- pianist HARJD. ROCK HARRIGAN ] I

through for something. Well, she be all\ right They won't let you stay and conductor, "Prodigies Serial and Comedy II
bad and
fought for what? To face long so begin telling me the news
trial for the alleged murder of her right way. How's Llisa? How many are usually born too soon at'least" Mtim e; 5-lOct Nigkt. 10-lSc I

,uncle. times has, she locked herself out five years before their 'time. t I CSCltt f

Queer Justice that would provide since I left -_ l-- JH

,medical means to save her when A little laugh escaped Mrs. Sorki. -w I
they hoped to hang her. "But once" she confessed. "That ---... '.

Not that it mattered much not time she make to go In the kitchen '" '
that anything mattered. She wondered window and stuck she was In the
( Idly what time It was. The middle with both ends flapping eAn In.ifat'' n C.12'14

nurse at least she presumed It was Only her head It was Inside so we ]

a nurse said she might yet slip back do not hear her calL" TO OUR j -- t, Make your plans to be here

across the danger line. /Gparkeas. illS, ..... f
by "' BowwunJ ? "
q Air Race Week Dec. 8 .
Why not? Why go on with this FEATURES 15Glamprous

:struggle to breathe, this rasping I Anna sees U trial" teraarraw.. cWr/dinc .J Ria AL b s.-c WILLIAMS a ... Miami is at its best for the Air NO monthlypayments
.cR4ieeL Colorful 1I1I forms. gay receptions
....,- _.- -- .CLEM. SOHNFu and dances: visitors ia resort array add to

......;.................1! Burleson reports excess of soon each of our-. '.red o.'c; j:.De.*. the holiday sprint}The U Sports program, inctodiB IIT untilMARCH
art VERY -rHREE ME" 0It ? Dog Rul ; ia foil swing. Horse
i 1 revenue over expenditures in post fncndsjwni,be receiving an Fl.VING rer&zs" Racing at TrapicM Park begins Dee. 16-
In ;
Today History! office for last fiscal year. w"-w_ Shops offer: a variety of novel imported

......................a. I I invitation to out Wedding; and Ar.r- suet: T and doroesLc,Christmas merchandise.
I I be the best looking vvritagoa :- THSIMUGS OBEEB Plan your Miami visit for Air Race Week,
1922-Irish Free State, begins we want it to a a4k $er.
of AJ
1791-Histonc: report x- Amamimr d.41. December to 15. Your stay will be climaxed -
ande; Hamilton on American I its existence midnight. C:..idy StMt T u. by. the season's most spectacular C 6ilft th. family gleaming.

Manufactures-advocated protec- Naturally you want Jour Wcddmg Invjutioa to be the WORLD RECORD event the Nation's greatest concentration General Ekcttic ItcW4ecaJ
Spm TrnM4 of Civil an* Military i aircraft
: 1933-Utah's ratification as for CHnstmait It's a gift that
tion for infant American bounties. indus the 36th State puts an end to Prohibition very finest; and that is why we arc inmrg 4 yon to inspect our With SHAM Ar BATTUES"-S. ...- names Military, breath formation taking flying stunting-more, amazing thrills will be enjoyed; everyday foethan
by tariff or remarkable lane of genuine Steel Eng eyed Wedding Invitations I .*= C than yoa've ever before seen-packed into small y yean ta dowav COM*deJtvetaia Only a
1792 Electors reeled President as""TVnfQts in,tW faio*;4 Styles of 193$. I suo,,&'SCYEEtthree exciting: afternoons. > dm for Chrutmai. No
DISCOVER BABY 01" .......c Ample hotel accommodations at from $2 more payaaeoa until March
Washington for second term to $4 per person.

without opposition. I BERKLEY, Mich.-Awakened THE AR..TItAK PRESS

.1854-ToneVa, Kansas founded. by Mrs.the Charles cries of Hoagg a baby.of this Mr. city and, CITIZEN BUILDING"" 8TH AN HUAL AVI A Ml Att F The Key West t Electric Co.

had left
found someone a baby,
a feeding formula and a $5 bill AMERICAN AIR MANEUVER/

1918 Postmaster General in their: home.


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................. ...............................1 r portunity to develop MaHeaQy by'
I PARENTAL DUTY RE STORED IN MOSCOW\ ; DECISION TO BE NEW\ ORCHESTRA I I playing with an ensemble. Certain :, Mothers !

:-: SOCIETY : : I BABIES NO LONGER CHARGES OF STATE MADE ON FIXING HOLDS MEETINGMUCH .I it enough is positions expected musicians remain that in there Key unfilled West will but be to don't In treating take children's VICKS! colds,

.................................................1 I ,. BUSINESS PRICESSUPREME II complete the list. I: chances..usePROVED

To Be Given e....eeeee............. ENTHUSIASM DISPLAYED .I The next rehearsal will be held .;, ; .BY: .2.GENERATIONS; :
Arrange Operetta By JOHN LLOYD 1 I. next Tuesday night in the Colonial -!I

COy Aaaaiated PrrM) AT REHEARSAL ON Hotel through the courtesyof

At School House Friday Night MOSCOW. Dee.. 5.-Early VIEWS\ AND REVIEWS COURT WILL DE- TUESDAY EVENING ,I. Jack Golden, manager.. i iI i BIG DANCE

ideas of reconstructing society 1
Children" an Italian-Rosalie La Fe 'and j What They Say Whether CIDE WHETHER LEGISLATURE ,I I Erica Jlorini, known more than 1 i I Auspices Y. M. S. Club
The World's
round the state at the expenseof HAS AUTHORITY FOR decade .1 CUBAN CLUB
operetta will l be given tomorrow Henry Vinson. 1 1SwissRose 1 I Right Or Wrong Great enthusiasm marked 'the' a ago in America as !

night at' the Division Street del Pino and Hil-' the family are being.cast aside .......................6 DELEGATING SUCH POWER }child prodigy of the violin, is returning -! Tomorrow At 9:00 P. M.
playing and the personnel of the:
School at 7:30 o'clock. It is ton Sasnett. Clark Gable actor: for a concert tour this ADMISSION ...-....... .. 49c
Evelio Cabot, Hawaiian-Rosebell Bethel and h the Soviet Union. volunteer orchestra which held its winter. l
sponsored' by :Mrs. "Sometimes wonder i
I how I
first rehearsal at the Colonial
and :Miss Howard Lowe.EnglishBarbara ._
Mrsl Robert Dopp Under the old -- -
Stansell system parrots eveh stand myself. Ins Auvrlatrd Press) Hotel Tuesday night. Under the

Florence is Albury.promised A to delightful all those Charles Salas. and after bringing children into ,the TALLAHASSEE Fla. Dee 5. leadership of George Mills White,I.e..ee.e..e......................................

evening Dutch-(Frances Collins and John T. McNichoU., Catholic -The supreme court soon will decide this group. will continue to re-j =

attending.The following. is the cast: Ralph Arnold. world, were to be left free.of. the Archbishop whether the legislature has .Eearse and play throughout the MISSPELLED WORD CONTESTName

Mother Earth-Mary Cruz. ; German-Della May Curry and main responsibilities of thcid. core "The State has no more rightto authority to delegate to a created season .*'%*4 .

Father Time-''Billy Whitehead. Rayford Roberta.AmericanRuth. take over education than it board the to fix and main- It is intended that this unit will
Interpreter-Harry Robidere. I Rose Roberts so they could devote themselvesto has to take over law, or medicineor I tain prices in business. play for the Pirates of Penzance __._...._.__._____...___...._.....
Pages-Jane Moore Thompson and Eugene Rosam. other duties. the press or the business of the It will rule upon constitutionality which will be produced this Feb- ee
I Sunshine Kathleen country." In the meantime, it is
Eternal ruary.
and Persis Larsen.ScandinavianCaroJyu Christenson. of the barber control law en- hoped the orchestra will play for Address.. __._........
Janet Soviet authorities contend thatan acted by the 1935 legislature in C

and Bobby Sawyer. Everlasting Star Yvonne exaggerated idea of this ex- Franklin D. Roosevelt, President: an effort to give a board of five various functions.The -

Japanese--Jackie Daughtry and Stewart. periment gained circulation "Foreign markets must be re- members price-fixing jurisdictionover orchestra is open to any- The Misspelled Word Is__.._..____.__.___._...._....._.
Alvarez. 3emories--Betty Adams. gained if American Florida. one and here is an excellent op- e
Florencio barber in
abroad. They do not, however, producers are the shops
Spanish-Rosalind Albury and Friendship-Elinor Larsen. to rebuild a full and enduring domestic The case will be the first in before rendering It Appears 111FA-_.....____...._._ --.._._.Ad vertiseme nt oe
Violet that requirements
deny energetic
Dancers measures
Northland "
Eugene Sweeting. prosperity for our people. which a price-fixing statute
Chinese-Anita Camalier and Ranger Alice Lowe, Barbara have become necessary tJ: make reached the courts in this state. service to the public. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...... teeeeeeeeeeeeeeePOTATOES

Jack VillareaL Lowe and Marjorie Knowles. the family the institution they Herbert Hoover, former President -' Attacks on the barber board There is no precedent decisionin -
Florida courts such laws.
French-Mercedes Percive and Southland Dancers-Geraldine now want it to be. A whole series : law, which was a broadening ofa on
El- In addition to the barber law,
Labrado Georgina Angueira
Gabriel Lastres.RussanBobbie. Os- sie Toledo and Monteen Bryant. of regulations has been enacted "The Canadian Treaty is just law passed in 1933, came from Florida has a milk control law
Lord and
: angles but the first to
Eastland Dancers-Grace Per- recently with this purposein another instance of this hasty many under which a board is authorized .
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car Fabal. Agatha Roig and Palmira mind. economic planring'ithout full reach the suprem court was start- to fix prices, but it never has
Negro--Josephine Roberts. .and.. doma consideration of consequences." ed by Andrew Fulton of Jackson- been contested in the :
Gilbert Koetn. Pazo.Westland Bethel. Dad Pays For Stonethrowing ville in an attempt to force renewal court. l). S'Ti S
Dancers-Reba .
American Indian-i.jar: Palen; Parents hate been of his barber's license.
given to understand -
zuela and John Lee Ogden.- Violet Albury Fay Baker acd Eikichi Araki, Japanese banker: Fulton claimed the control With the Fulton case pending,

Scotch Sylvia Sawyer"and' RayPinder. Shirley Weatherford. that they must look to "Nothing is more cretain than denied his license becausehe other attacks on the barber law .
their children's must have been held in abeyance. q A S .1f{ :
",F Friendship{ Fairies Oneida education that one-way traffic cannot be would not follow a price sched
Garcia Gloria Riggs Costance for their maintained in inter- Meanwhile in most cities whereone _
Canadian-Ruth Currie and I' answer conduct and can- permanently ule set for shops in Jacksonville.The .

Donald Barber. ''tIlv. t-. t-' Adams and Riba Saunders. I not escape duties of maintenance. national trade." scale, he said, was higher junctions or more against shops fixed obtained prices, the in-

.-.. I If a child throws a stone than he had charged, in many control board suspended its price- 10 Ibs. ....._..__......_................... 25c
TA J Anne O'Hare McCormick who recently -

To Give Dance PUBLISHERS SLASH I through a neighbor's window his interviewed Mussolini: years.Counsel for Fulton will claim, fixing regulations and allowed all ONIONS, 3 Ibs. ......._._._____.._.___..........____. lOc
parents must for and shops to operate on
At t Cuban Club PRICES ON EXPORTS' pay repairs "II Duce shows the effects of in arguments before the supreme scale they desired. TOMATOES, Can ._...______..._._____.__ 5c
also may be subject to fine. Children the accumulated strain of devel- court on a date yet to be set, that claim if the barber

I who shirk school place their opments that neither he nor any- price-fixing by a state agency is Opponents FRESH EGGS, Doz. __..._...____..._....__........ 38c
Men's Social Club will my AMoelafr Iren) price law is upheld the legislature -

Young big dance at the Cuban BERLIN, Dec. 5.-Alarmed by! parents ifi a similarly embarrassing one else foresaw six months ago. in violation of the constitutional would have authority to es- HEINZ SOUPS, No. 1 Can, :3; for ._.......-- 25c
a "
sponsor in
He of free citizenship
looks older.
worn, grave, guaranties
Hub tomorrow night starting at' the incursion of foreign-mostly position. the conduct of business. tablish boards or commissions to MATCHES AND SALT, 3 Pkgs. ...____ lOc
9 o'clock. French-scientific works the One of the most revolutionaryof set up price control on virtually
Music for the affair will be on H. G. Wills, British author: Opposing this, attorneys for every type of business or profes- CELERY, Fresh Bunch ..__....___._...___ 15c
book markets, because German soviet revamping measures, the barber board will claim the
sponsored! by a popular local orhestra. books.come too expensive in devaluated placed in effect only a few weeks not"I indifferent am interested to in the art remunera-, but I'm price-fixing law was enacted for I sion. ...i LETTUCE, Nice Head .._...__..._..______... lOc

currencies, the organized ago changed the divorce system. tion." the purpose of protecting the pub CUCUMBERS, :3; for ........_..._._.__._.........__... lOc
German book trade has decided lic health in maintaining high y;; PIMPLES
Divorce Notice Installed
Council Orders New to reduce its prices for ex- George L. Berry Coordinator forIndustrial standards of sanitation and efficiency -I from surface condition, All Kinds of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
Ordinance Drawn In ports by 25 per cent. In the past either party to a in barber shopsThey I need not be endured.
German medical and technical marriage could obtain a divorce Cooperation: will claim such price-fixing is : Make your skin clearer Fruit Cakes, Crystalized Fruits, Etc.

Fixing Of Salaries publications always have had a. by going to a neighborhood regis- "I understand that a coordinator within the police power of the I and smoother, with _
is something like the innocent soothing Packer and Virginia Streets (Old Location). Phone 48
ready sale abroad but there are try office and making known his state which has authority to re-I
(Continued from Page One) bystander-he is the first man to ResinoL '
increasing complaints from for- intentions. The divorce was quire barber shops to meet health : .ii

used as a "Black :Maria" for eign countries that rcich catalog istered, then the other party wash I be shot." .. i _.
to the city -- --- ------- -- - '-- -- -
bringing prisoners prices are too high. notified that the bonds had been I

jail. Hope is expressed that by the severed. I Henry Scott Rubel, Episcopal rec-

Asks ReductionA "great sacrifice on the part of I Divorce still can be obtained by tor of California. : _j F I

letter was read from Chas. she publishers" the lost market : either party regardless of the "It's a part of a man's religious

E. Smith, agent of the ClydeMallory will be recovered. opinion of the other, but now the. duty to know how to laugh." r

Line Company requesting a I other party must first be noti 1 "That's '
reduction in assessment on a por- ........................ fied. 'Katherine Romer Reyman, wife great news for me- I'm a Calumet fan !

tion of the company's property. Birthdays : If the two appear at the registry : of ,a dancing, Instructor
which has been turned over to the Today's office together and there j I "The one :thing want people SAYS MRS. C.II. )MCINTOSH' OF CHICAGO, ILL.Now .

government to be used as a 'park .............._..!...... is agreement on alimony say and!I, to understand is that my husband -r

adjacent to the aquarium. The. Nice naintenahce is -, .
Governor Harry W. 61 ; ,of children the divorce -: 'not. a gigolo. .

request was denied. Maryland, born in WashingtonD. is: a matter of only a few!I. J. ..-- ) Calumet Powder :
A letter was read from RalphB. C., 58: years ago. minutes; But in, the absence of, pr.'Clbert Dunlap, gynecologist: :
Pinder. retired fireman! u
requesting -
court decision "Women not biologically .
an agreement, a are
that he be included in Jlartjn\ :. 'Wt'.,Clement, presidentof t may berequired. II'' adapted for the serious burdensof in New 10f /

the..payroll along- with other em- ; the'. 'Pennsylvania.Railroad; Advice Against Spanking :gainful; occupations: and the a Big an. :, a Mfr
ployes The council
of the
city. born at Sunbury) Pa, 54 'yean : demands of drinking; smoking;
Too' often the authorities ,
ordered that the matter be at-, say "
ago. and other pastimes.
tended to in conformity with the ..........-. parents managed to evade:,responsibilities -I -

pension law covering! the issue. I i Grace Moore born' by obtaining divorces
soprano a | James A. M'lls, w.r correspondent .
before attention could be drawn 9.Z
Current bill and officers' reports I Jellicoe, Tenn., 34 years ago. !I I to them. in Ethiopia:
were read and ordered ap-I I I
'. That would be all right, it is "The hole Ogaden war zone r.' 44
proved, with the bills to be paid Ellis Parker Butler of Flush

when funds become available. ]i ing, N. Y., famed author, born at pointed out, if the state were taking -j waste is a barren, with,only desolate catering forbidding human "I USE CALUMET Baking Powder what, sad'l7

After disposing of a few other Mnscatine, Iowa, 66 years ago. I I care of the children. The; habitations." ever the price"Mrs.McIntosh say*."But I i4 .d + t.5 s
matters of minor importance, the: state is not, so responsibility is< try to keep to my weekly budget-and a ten- s -: ,r

meeting was ordered adjourned. I Walter Disney of Los Angeles on the shoulders of the parents. I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT cent can of Calumet that sue is certainly: wit 4 '

famed cartoonist and maker of The newspapers have taken to I come. I know it'a.bargain!"
I _
DI Her son Jack just back from a trip away
'1 printing educational articles on
SUNDAY i iSU9guJ.ic sound cartoons, born in Chicago, from home settles down of Mother" .
how to bring up children. One of I WAVES to tome '' I
.i 34 years ago. I famous coffee cake,and pays for it with a big : -
them against spanking I Two Permanents CC flfl tnnilfv iz.
and advised that the youngstersbe for i/v.ww
Dr. S.
,Hugh Magill, presidentof 1
the American Federation of I I allowed to "develop their own I Better Waves, $5.00 and up

By ANN PAGE |I Utility Investors, born at Auburn wills." MRS. MILLER w f
food mo.hnteJp'r e's'ls 1 407 South Street Phone 574-J 4-
SIMPLE at. II1-, 67 years ago. y t
.eel tU i.wee:i-.cd the mirV-lj j ... v
i :
ere felt equipped to mavt U.I While i' I t MONROE THEATER I ; dy td) ,

ratnjr vegetable.. are h.her dace t.. .i ic Philip K. Wrigley of Chicago, Ted Lewis and His Orchestra in .1.1I C ,w
e.dettBatt! I
: rt-rearestillaaim;' .
? $
: the low prirad ,.roa.... cartiratarlrciob gum maker born there 40 years HERE COMES THE BAND
&ee.carrots. t>otatn s.Turnip ago. I Janet RICHARDSON'SGROCERY
Fonda in
parsnips. on.v-.s, kale and bulk be-ti II Gaynor-Henry I 2 t. AT THIS POR ,.ast '
arc al o very res'oreblSmall Held I I I The Farmer Takes A WifeMatinee I I s" CflPa1trY.lure ltdatosl. T
of lettuce grapefruit and orange are j GINGER TEA ...,
Still : Balcony, lOc Orchestra : CAxEs
module in pr: e>. FEES an: saciechatciaHr Coughing? ; J (Ielt>
: sdhdSrsmri.,... ,
and butter remains fairl; I 15-20c; Night: 15-25c Cake J = .
steady at high lc"oU.Limb J CJaccr&kine
; No matter how i tcalPOoaar---__ /t CUp butte .
many medicines c -- a-ou.r
prices are higher but steak: n. :
perk ehop. smoked torgn! <-, tart Isms you have tried for year cough chest: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY a %teuPGa Powder at.61eahorte.ieg
and cold or bronchial Irritation, pq
roast beet are be:n- featured. you can /s laowa
Here are thmcins r'-nnrd t9 get relief now with Creomus on. I I Rose Milk, 5 cans 49c y te&SfIOaa salt eager fi
e /5teaspogpyss ltlrg.fell .
sat; -ppctitr and nockt book tan after Serious trouble may be brewing and i /4 >-----
holiday weekend. with cannot afford to take a chance ARCHER'SGROCERY t Magnolia Milk _.._- lIe { te&SfIOaaeJon.moo y CUp"- '
anything less than Creomul- 1 =HoaroOOC' cap IIoiliuc water A. ,if" '
Cream 6 cans 40c and 44c sOtG.dd ... i r.
Low Cost Dinner eion. which goes right to the seat I ,.{3 tartasr 'aedRratrehat=:tDowder' I. :, +
I ._____ 37e :
of the trouble Ib
Beef Sl'w ", ;Vegetables : to aid nature to Butter >> -"tI 7.ad4__ '., ,
af' tc.to i soothe and heal the inflamed memI ; (:, '::bpt sad ;:n7.aad
: e JCla Sugar S Ibs. ... .. 28c trey A4d 1Jd ,
branes --- -
S ::* as the germ-laden phlegm The Store That Serve I f. : ---.t. 4mear r..tntIa: as --:'eocfa.l'1 r'won
Bread and Cutter I I Is loosened and remedies I Rice, S Ibs 2Sc and 35cCrisco ; --..A4d.....,,-=--after eaeJa tea.additioa '
C1 ocoUtr ?ad* jijf Even U other have I You Best" I T_ -- water. :
60c ry
mwaara ;
TaerOOe }tillMedium Tailed, dont be discouraged: your 3 lbs.- : r f1III,.... aaavcttym
baq '-" :
druggist Is authorized to guarantee ; START THE DAY I Lard, 2 Ibs ____._ 29c; or av m U15 '
Cat D.r.ntr; Creomulsion and to refund WHY CALUMET 10 dependable :: P.) :
your tsr
Roast: F.ash Pork Eutt Anile Sauce money If you are not satisfied with '' WITH FRESH FOOD Maxwell House Coffee tt 29c ?WIS iaiuch a small amount + a s.6aot".'nsd'yaIo'Ia:' ,:ktCa;ZdQca katcoapMl.CAu as .mauini; c 7. ,

Baked i"-., R-f; : B :-d aad Valtrr Get Creomulsion right cow. (Adv.. I' I r
.__ 22c
FI<>at.n; I-laid Royal idle 4 pkgs.-- cup of sifted Sour in most recipe
HEALTH that is that .
Tea or Coffe- silk, and your Clbba Catsup large 13e Why is it different from other ?; rw
f foods. fruits and vegetables "by size 16c baking powders : ?fi
Very Special Dmar Peaches 2M
FRESH and WHOLESOME. Calumet combines two distract: '
Tomato Jaiee 5t jfiVl fer ry I WHITE BELT DAIRY Pears, 2% size 17c actions. A action '% ,

Roast Lamb B-owned, ?ttoe I ARCHER'S makes it a point Grits, 3 Ibs. ..._._......_._.._ I2e leavening quick free '
5i-sbtd! T'J'n ; I PRODUCTSCan for the mixing bowl set by'
Ape! !Salad; I to ,keep a full supply of FRESH Fancy Corn 2 cans ._-'_ 25c liquid. A slower action for the a's
Eo'!'3 end< Ca.trrVanilla : food items at air 5times "' String Beans, 2 coos 25 oven-set free by heat AND LOOK AT THE NEW, CALUMET CAN! : >.4 .
Ire Cr-ari i '
CacnoUte Stare be obtained I
Colfe- at II I I Ritz Crackers --- I4 and 23eOraltine Calumet remarkable DoubleAction A ttmilt tmttt..mmltkt EmtfOttnimf lifts.f.fft '
We Welcome .___ ___ 35c
I Responsible
- - 'I HAROLD R. FINDER'Si I .m. i* so perfectly balanced
Mj, tM tfiUime. N intim fmftr''titil Am4imtUt
I 1 Accounts Whole Kernel Cora, 3 cans 25e and controlled that it produces 1H
-SEE-- i I iI i Salt 3 pkgs. _.._ lOe perfect leavening. Calumet is a lien tffdfJ. ttmMnUul$fnm-lf9tOfrt .
.. ; ONE STOP SERVICE Sani-Flath, can product of General Foods \:
on the Dry Toltugas ; Crab Meat can _.._ 35e

Excursion Sunday, Dec. 8 1\\ GRADE APASETURIZED i i Dressed Poultry Tuna Fish, can ______ ISc
By :Miami-Key West Airways Lux Toilet Soap, 3 bars 20c .

Plane i MILK I I I Fish Turtle Rinse, 2 pkf s. ____......____ 17c All Calumet prices ,

Leave Key West 11 a. m; : I COTTAGE CHEESE Fruit Vegetables Lifebuoy Soap, 3 bars 20e arg '

Return 3 p. m. I Meat Malted Milk. tb ........__....- 35c
Rate Round Trip $10.00 WHIPPING CREAM 1 Calumet is now selling at the lowest prices r
Fruits and
AU Kinds of
Regular Plane Service to Miami Dairy Products o wen Y
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Key West 4 p. m.; Arrive Phone 658-R
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