The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 10, 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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On Selection Of Presidential ,

Today By Captain J. DemerittYOU
'With: (
an enrollment of 442 ance in giving
the efforts of the ll
Candidate In Republican Ranks members, 42 more than the .
Thanks are also -
HAVE BEEN HERE SPENDING qaota, and cash receipts of $481, who participated in :lT1.4r.4r111'11.J: r

i I SEVERAL DAYS VISITING the Key West Chapter of the National as follows: Mrs. H. Plan To Leave ThursdayBy

State Of Ohio Comes To OLIVER CRISWOLD\ publicity; Mrs. E. J. ARE SMART IF
WITH RELATIVES AND Red Cross, again, as in previous Red Cross; Mrs Inland Water Route

Front With Party Leaders TO ARRIVE DEC. 22 FRIENDS : membership drives, exceeded A.brera. D., Luethi Mrs. ,Ella Miss YOU GET THIS ONE And Reach Home Before

expectations.Up wood, Mrs. In the first column on the
Expressing Views until several days before the Mrs. G. N. Goshorn, editorial page of today's New Year's
Cayetano Camus, son John, of 1 Goshorn Miss Citizen there is something
Relative To IssueBy WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY Moorehead N. C and son-in-' time set to close the 193536drive ,
City, Ms. H. C. Galey, : wrong, either in omission or
MOTHER WHO WILL STAY law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.B. enrollments had not reached Dorothy Bean, Mrs. commission, in one of the
S. Lewis, of Philadelphia who anywhere near the quota and Mrs.' Mrs. Lewis Pierce, short paragraphs Read them Purchase of the two Tri-State

BYRON PRICE DURING SEASON have been visiting for several days: M E. Berkowitz, drive chairman,' ren, Mrs. C. W. I and if you think yow Lave Ferries from a company in Cairo,
(Calef .f Bureau The Associate* with relatives and friends!, plan and associates, were disheartened,: R Warren Miss spotted the error, indicate it
JTr.. leaving over the highway tomor- they said. W. Curry Harris, on the coupon printed somewhere Illinois, was consummated this
The anti-Hoover declarations Oliver Griswold assistant WPA row morning. ef-l' Mrs. in today's and
Determined to make a last Roberts, paper morning by
Captain De-
This is Mr. Lewis' first visit
the Ohio Republican leader is one administrator of public relations, fort to reach at least 75 per cent Miss Anita Ml bring it to the office.
I to Key West and Mrs. Lewis who of the quota. 300 members, a con- R. Valdes, Miss Etta : The contest editor thinkshe meritt of the Monroe County
from Washington, accompanied by
of those comparativelysmall before marriage was Miss Doris certed: movement was started and Mrs. Edwin M. thought up a hard one,
events which sometime.-mark, the. his mother, is due to arrive in Camus is paying her first visit with three days the goal was Dorothy Cleare ; how him he is mistaken by F "T.System.'who left last week

,. ,Key West, December 22. home in five years. reached with an appreciable Dumber W. C. Duncan, Miss quickly solving the riddle. for she'Illinois city, accompaniedbyeCaptarr.A..ESkarpl.y '
turningpoint of great political After remaining until :Mrs. Members of 'the party express of members enrolled to carry nech, Mrs. J. K. The reward is a Gillette

movements. Griswold is comfortably settledin themselves as having spent a de- the drive well past the prescribed Margaret Lacedonia, New De Luxe Safety Razor of the

home which has been secured, lightful vacation and will plan quota. mer, Mrs. W. W. : with ten Gillette blades. local pilot's-association
Considered by itself, apart another
visit to "dear old First
I Key The chairman told The Citizen Nellie Louise Russell come with the solution -
from its background and to spend the holidays here, I Wst" as soon as possible. that from the time the Junior Red W. H. Krueger, J. receives this excellent .,Arriving*at..Jacksonville Captain
Mr. Griswold will return the first the float in the Arthur Sheppard prize The race is to the
Cross in
appeared .
rivalries the action
is Demerit handed
week in January to Washington.His ANNOUNCES DEATH Armistice Day parade activities Higgs, Captain H. S. swift and the mentally alert. was a

not so important. The state cen mother expects to remain for started and appreciation is to be A. Palacios Miss 'check covering the purchase price

tral committee which framed' the the season. extended this paper for its assist- Miss Winnifred
OF eof the ferries and
MRS. C. PEREZNews I instructed to
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peabody :
declaration, does not decide what and party of Detroit, Miclu, will! -- --- COVE CAMP proceed to Cairo meet officialsof

candidate the state will support;I. arrive early in January. They j BALDWIN TIES GLADSTONE j
plan to come in two cars and stay of the death of Mrs. OPENS the Tri State Company and
and after all, Ohio is only one about two months. Carlos Perez of Tampa has been i j DEC. 15 BY

state The Peabody party will occupy received here by her brother. IN FOURTH' TERM AS PRIME make the necessary arrangements
among many. .
the recently completed Strunk Angel Ramos of Duval street. : NEW MANAGEMENTEXPECTS to complete the deal.
Yet, when all of the circumstances home in Martello Towers sub- She passed away at her home in -. -
are taken into account, the that city Sunday. This morning WPA Administrator -
division for which they have I
certain implications Mrs. Perez known 'AT .._laC.. I t
development carries was widely "
closed and sent a check received AMATEUR NIGHT AT M. E. Gftfcvd's office '
of the most interestingsort. yesterday, to the administration here, having lived in Key West LONDON, Dec. 10. LARGE NUMBER OF received -

i up until a few years ago when FLORIDA a telegram from Captain
housing department, binding the prime minister of TOURISTS TO
One inevitable suggestion is she moved to Tampa to make PARK POSTPONEDWPA
that the committee may not have lease.Many letters her future home. She was buriedin short stocky FISH TH_RE THIS WINTER Demeritt advising that the purchase
are being daily
acted entirely as an isolated unit: received by the housing depart- the family plot in Woodlawn Baldwin takes his had been completed and that

of the party's national organization ment asking that arrangements Cemetery. RECREATION DIVISION
I Survivors!! are her husband one immortal Gladstone he was g&g to St. Louis .
-that a step of so extraordinary be made for accommodations in I ; today
a character must have daughter, Camille, and two sons DEVISE PLANS FOR CHIRST- : I
had some extraordinary cause II either residences private .omes,1 Raul of Tampa anad Anibal of man in Britain With all indications pointing to by bus t. have the legal transferof
apartments or whatever MAS TREE AND SANTA
and purpose. j secured for the winter. I this city.STEAMER'. tary history to win. a a banner season Pirates Cove I the tide to the ferries effect-

In other words, the declaration I All of the! letters-; :are promptly; -" in the highest .off ice Fishing Camp wilL Ojfccn Aeeem- td. _. ..
Tal&s the" "qrfestfbri' whether fins ber 15 unde- the of
answered and before these answers YORO IS management
Christmas is Four
near, many plansare others-
really is the first concrete gesture I are received by the writers ,t Rnttgcrs brothers The campnsa When this is concluded and
of a wide-spread and wellorganized being made and details worked,, Salisbury and :
!the problem of securing domiciling i recently! leased by Alec J.I title transfe:ref to the Monroe
effort to read Mr. Hoover facilities for the proposed DUE IN TOMORROW\ out by the recreation department j|-have held the

I i Ruttgtrs from JI.s. Edith County Ferry System, the captain
> times, and nine Wright.
out of leadership.
party visitors is the :
being worked out and of WPA organization for the
j:I twice. Ruttgera brothers now have the will return to Cairo, get
Extraordinary arrangements well under way. the i yuletide season, and it has been! camp in readiness:: to accommodate .
Yore of Stand-
Steamship I Office Must everything in rcadiiesB and, as advised
The facts the
of case in
are decided to have Balding the large number of
ard Fruit and Steamship company no amateur night i I guests in his telegram., will leave
teresting enough to warrant detailed I Until 1905, the
examination.Ohio WILLIAMS\ FREED is due to arrive in port tomorrow performance at Bayview Park tomorrow nically ""unknown" expected to have winter had there.wide Both Cairo Thuu day morning ,for the
from Philadelphia for oil managers experience -
has a primary law. and' night. j[I though history cites )''I long fejjbe.PracMeity '
I' and supplies at the Porter Dock in the resort. business as USf> -
the returns usually decide UNDER BONDAt One of the most Walpole ((1721-1742)
primary $50 company. important mat-j{! ) ,each have summer resorts in Min I &B of the t'l\'e: !
what candidate will be I real premier-only
sup This is one of the regular tripsof ters now under course of con-,, nesota. wfil bfiyfthe# MisnjBMppi River
ported. The state central committee y i fore George \
the the standard sideration the !! IHustarted folders and information /
ships of com- by recreation divi- > hterl
presumably represents all the first President tand\ 6f other inland
a preliminary hearing held pany which ply between northern ',sion is the Christmas Tree to be'''j abort Pirates Cove, and
elements States. I routes, with the of
of and
opinion occupies -' ono
in court of Justice of the Peace ports and Frontera, Mexico. I the romantic history of the Florida -
itself with party organization Rogelio Gomez this morning, C. I at the park on the night of December -I, Even Walpole's Keys, have been mailed to< portion which will be made on

not with candidacies.A N. Williams appeared to answer DECIDE TO SAW WOOD I I 23, and the arrangements ous. Lord hundreds of interested persons in the Gulf of Mexico. The trip a ,

half-dozen or more Republicans to a charge of assault and bat i of the tree for the presents to be to Queen Victoria, all! parts of the country who con i planned should bring the ferries
now are prominently men-:I I ferred to Walpole as
tery. GARNETT, Kan.-Inmates of:brought by Santa Claus for the template winterug ta Florida. i to Key West before New Year's
tioned for the Presidency. One of When the hearing was con- the county jail in this city who youngsters. them is Mr.\ who virtue I I I viously unknown to Day. it is said.
Hoover I
by i cluded the court fixed a bond of refused to saw wood were given Children who do not expect to1'i at Pirates Cove claim that it offers
of his nomination in 1932 remains -' $50 and the accused was, releasedto choice of working or going on a, be visited by Kris Kringle have Constitution that" of the best fishing facilities of Crews familiar with the Mississippi -

the titular leader of the I await trial at the January diet of bread and water. They 'I' been invited to send in letters ad-!i i Sole Minister. any other place, the management river banks and shoalsare

party. Furthermore it has been term of criminal court. decided to saw wood. dressed to him at Bayview Park:I Ho For points out. to be area in bringing the

reported that Mr. Hoover ,might f I with the promise that members of I I Melbourne insisted far"a' New Orleans
-- -- -- *
to the Ohio { .
try capture delegationas
1 the recreation department will. pole only secured the
an entering wedge' of conven, I BIG JI 1 WEARS\ TEDDY'S 'TOPPER' 'I forward them to Santa which is* the German-speaking HIS MAIL : !where others are to be shipped to
tion strength.It ; an assurance that the children will!had "so imperfect a complete the voyage to Key W CI't.
is not unusual for a hate the 'fhe'ferrie3 stern whet!
receive of the
language are
presents from the tree.

committee are ,in when the field several, to!step candidates ,out- KING ALBERT ALSO HONORS CHIEF I Should all these details be'j he transaction had to rely of on MANY HEARTACHES j propelled with a carrying capacity
I cleaned
by December 18 and
of its designated role to express' up of' 32, earn. and passengers, with
al; other arrangements completed I But the title stuck, -
its approval of' one of them;; but my Assoc a'" Press) another Community Sing will be 1 in 1905, it was ite* Press) excellent accommodations and ad-

to single out one among several I GRAND CANYON. Aria., Dec J a decoration en Gwetva's coat.I held that evening. 'I bicycles and dolls," he said. "At mirably suited to travel over water

for condemnation and to select,! And there it hangs today. law.Today, relations least ninety per cent of the girls gaps in the highway.
In of the
10. the :
the party leader for that role, is f gorge Some time later a chamber of prime minister and want dolls and the boys are almostas They have a draft of four anda

something out of the ordinary. It, Grand Canyc.i a distinguished commerce pinned a medal on the SIXTEEN ARRIVALSIN !' considerably more eager for a bike." half feet and a speed of about
is difficult to recall any exactly other side of Big Jim's chest to the past. Philipps the father of three 112 miles per how. When pa<<-

C similar case. I I Supai Indian, attired more often increase his importance.: ON PLANE TODAY I j ample, received boys and two girls, takes his new I sengers and cars are all loa-!u I'd

But that is what the committee in frock coat and top hat tha> in Such possessions are not for jovial invitation from job seriously. !land I the vessels are ready to sail
did. In the words of State Chair-' every day wear, and Big Jim packs I "The King highly I "Twenty-two thousand piecesof the entire sides are enclosed to(

man Schorr: I blankets and feathers, guides the them away in a gunny sack for i day fixed for the mail came to us on just one 1 preclude the possibility of sectdents.
"While no normal action was, i special event The sack of fin I FOURTEEN SCHEDULED TO I liament, and begs day last week" he said. "From:I .
taken the committee! unani-' destiny of his tribe. ery is brought along: when he I
J JI will dine with him : now on, we will be swamped, fo-
mously and informally expressedthe He Is Gwetva (meaning whiskers leaves the canyon but not open LEAVE ON RETURN cil and drink two every one wants us to get the mail i!I
opinion that Herbert Hoover ed until he reaches the outskirtsof the:SCHEDULED P.-T. A.
I I TRIP a man. right back on its way at ]
should not be a candidate and I ), better known as "Big Jim, the village. Teetotalers in proper time. I believe we will:;
.Big Jim doesn't know his own '
should not be nominated.
I a sab-chief whose fany rainment bottle days were handle a million pieces this! year. MEET TOMORROWMembers
age exactly but he was born atj ,
Movement On Foot
I I I Park
1 Grand.' A full plane of passengerscame sovereign's upper Santa Clans
Indian Gardens in
This, to many politicians appeared was a gift of President Theodore much so that Philipps became postmaster of
into Key West this
Canyon, and has lived there* 3500 ,- I I
something more than an when Prime Ministers have Santa Claus early this year foU
invitation j II IIRooae"elt. feet below the rim of the can- the Miami-Key West Air of the ParentTeachers -
to Mr. Hoover to stay l Inc. Baldwin's return to I the death of James F. ..
his 78 ways. airship arrived from !(lowing Association of Ham Hho i
during or
out of the Ohio primaries and out When the former Presidentcame years more.! ** Miami. the number of ; Martin, who had held the posi-.
Crossed River are planning to hold their regular -
Never :
of Ohio politics. '! to the Grand Canyoiv years Focrteea: passengers were still 39. tion for twenty-eight years. He's} meeting tomorrow afternoonin
It unquestionably will be inter Born on the south bank,gf, the i 1 I! serious minded
to hunt mountain lions he scheduled to leave this afternoon English, seven a practical fellow j the school at 3:30 o'clock.
ago Colorado river Jim has ,
preted by the former President's I never aboard the plane which and one Welsh. I : : and self assured.All { the Christmas holiday
( Hearing ,
was greatly impressed with Big ,crossed to the north bank 300'feet
political enemies in many other brought 16 into Key West this around Santa Claus Ind..t there number of
season are
states as an invitation to follow Jim, and the Indian was I distant. morning.. I projects dealing with the old Saint!: a
: be discussed, to
matters to plans
the lead of disavow well "No go, bad water" he replied : : One. when l|
Ohio and ed by the chief .' attract-J II Thtfee arriving this morningwere i are wing developed. :"be made, and detail to be work-
in advance of the national convention coat and top hat. when a ked why he had never : : Alice D. Lamar, Lucia i I : completed wiD be everything aj'(ed out. and a fall attendance I ni
and to I crossed the stream. Santa Claus'
willingness dreamed
go Davidova. Edward Potter. Malcolm child ever
i announced to-
when the President departed hoped for, was
through another campaign undera Gwetva's wardrobe enrichedby I I The Supais once were a powerful Whithaker, Fred Wagner' At I I home to be. It will have an eskimo i;Iday.PRESCRIPTIONS.
was Tonight 8:00
tribe of hunters who roamed
Hoover banner. I William Von March, Milton village, a workshop, a wishing frock coat and one top the Coconino plateau, but they I Spencer Paul Goerner. Henry FREE iI i well a lake around which reindeer*

I I now number only 186. i Frank. Ben Freeborn, Louise I. will be free to roam, and a para j
r"' Gathered MedalsKin
I While snow falls on the high I Sampson. Roy Watts Richard Large variety of 1 disc island. j Doctor prescribes,
Albert of the Belgians!I I' plateau above, Gwetva sleeps comfortably I Coffey, Neal Bat Mojica, Charles Christmas Gifts to A great statue of Santa dans: After your
$Cdgt'4m.S later visited the canyon, and Big!:': under a fig tree on the Casey, and Dan Marck. i will be foremost in the park. The] give as a ring and well call Wes foesad

anti Jim, acting as chamber of commerce -!1 I canyon floor. Big airliners speeding -I The plane arrived this morning FRANK :!1: development is the work of the deliver P.yonr... Prescription Fall StmgthDrags.
4aH for the Snpais and attired to the east and the west soar I 1 I shortly after five pursuit planes Santa Clans Good Fellowship! w only

WHISKIES AND GINS in his prized frock,coat and "top I overhead but Big Jim stirs, gazes' of the U. S. Army had set downat Colonial Hotel I'I Club, a non-profit organization.It .1 .

per", welcomed the monarch.The skyward! then indifferently re- t the Pan American Airways A II ij'I said."Why, I don't believe there will take a year or more tol GARDNER'S PHARMACY
king was moved.: He pinned sumes his slumbers. port on Roosevelt Boulevard. L ever have been more requests for I complete.






e-- ntl' mrQ cttfeI H NEARLY A BILLION DOLLARSOn I 'Oh, Boy! Have We Got Something be Thankful For! ,............ ......... ........................

I __ Today'sAnniversaries;; .1 In
Today History
Published Daily Bzccpt Sunday Dy December 15th the amounts due
THE CITIKEX PrWLISHIXfJ CO, IVC.t. ........................
f, ARTlLAJr, rraale>Bt on various "war debts" to the United States w\ ,

JOE ALLEN. AuUtavt ....aria Mmmfftr I **jr foreign countries will be nearly a billion ........................j 1817-Mississippi admitted to
From The Citizen BuLdln Statehood.
Corner Greene and Ann Street dollars.This 1785-(150 years ago) Daniel!
is the total Appleton, founder of a noted i
principal and interest ?.>. ? \&: I
Only Dally Newspaper in Key went and ilocroe tom New York City book publishing 1877-Womes authorized to
: I
due the Y'
County. not on original obligations but on whose beginnings was a vote and held office in Wyoming

Entered at Key west Florida as second class matter the refinanced agreement reducing the w ,: tf combination dry-goods and books I -

FIFTT-8IXTH! TiAIillemher original debt considerably. In the case of !'? Y I store born at Haverhill], Mais.I 1910-Aneouaeement of 13th
Died March 21, 1849.
.( the Aueelate* Prow Italy the debt was decreased to about'one* census as of April 15th--conn-
the Associated Press is ..xclu "iT y entitled to use fourth of the previous figures. t I|I try's population 93.402.51, in-
f." repobllcatlon of all news d."Xitrbe. credited to fS 1787-Thomas II. Gallandet,I|I eluding Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto -
it or not otherwise credited it thU paper and also The billion dollars represents pay/i 4 Conecticut Rico.
the local news published hue.'NATIONAL preacher chaplain,)
ments on the reduced obligations now past! American pioneer in the education I I

EDITORIAL due and maturing December ,,15Th:. y of the deaf born in Philadelphia. I t': 1918 Frene* army occupied
Died at Hartford, Sept. 10, 1851.
e CttniAr.L J J 793 5stDICaIPT10X will not be paid, except in the case of Fin Mainz and freed 2600 interred

I land, which will pay $230.00O-aU the I Americans.
: lLTI:1I: 1804-Eugene Sue, famous
One Tear ----.-.....___._..._._ -$1:.:: other countries will default as has been Arif re French novelist born. Died Aug. 1926--Hesse of Represcnta..
Three Six : "b.-------' ---- --- ISO: I the recent custom. 3. 1857. l tives passes a $27,600.000 provision -

One Moat .. __ __ _. .*SADVB for dry enforcement.
Weekly _'_______-_-__' ._-- ----- .21 The amounts due on December 15th s I
: : i'D I --
T151.\Q' RATES and the countries owing are: 1805-William Lloyd Garrison,I I 1934-League- of Nations settles -

Made known oa application. Belgium _____.$ 33,630,269.70 famed Boston abolitionist reformer dispute between Yugoslaviaand
and editor born at New- I
erEcLAL none Czecho-Slovakia ._.._ 9584149.73 I Hungary.
buryport Mass. Died May 24,
All reading aotlces, card of *.n'Vs.. resolutions of t
respect obituary notices, etc, .- charged for at Estonia _-____ 2611886.45 1879. her lifetime torn at Amherst
the rate of 10 cents a line. I
Notices for 3tertainrants by j.urcaes *rem which Finland _.___. 230453.00 sar1 Mass. Died there May 15, 1886.
a revenue !,. to be derived are S cents line. ; 1822-Cesar Franck, French
-Th. Citizen Is an open f rom and invites dlscus- France ._ ___ 250,292,290.86Great o T; -fi born. Died NOT. 8, 1837-Edward Eggleston.) Methodist -
rt:m of public issues and sub'- _U o- local or general composer
Interest but it will not pub. aao /mous communi Britain ___ 582,803,306.83 : 1890. clergyman, noted novelist
cations.. I and American historian born at;
Hungary ._..__-_ 290,391.27
i 1830-Emily E. Dickinson Vevay, Ind. Died Sept. 2, 1902
Italy _____..__ 47,853,383.64Latvia .
: poet whose work and reputation
IMPROVEMI NTS FOR KEY WEST _._I 1851 Melvil Dewey noted
-- 961995.14 only reached the world after her I I -

AI*4 .OCA'UD J-**.4 : BY THE CITIZEN Lithuania _.,--__ 776319.97 deaath only two poems and these librarian, born at Adams Centre
aet.i! 13. j t Poland __ 32,535,988.55 i without her consent published IB j,;. Y. pied Dec. 26, 1931.

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1. Water'and Sewerage. Rumania _____ 3843750.40 '

2. Badges-to-complete Road to Main

land. Total __._..:.965414177.54 .

J.' il: i Pb rstP h .1::: MI The United States will never collect r-v Engraved Greeting

the money, although all the nations can .
4. Motets ai n'd'f Aparmlente.
I find millions to keep up armies and navies.

5. Bathing Pavilion. Italy is financing another war without CARDSPLACE
6. Airports-Land and Sea.
I paying for the previous one. American
7. Consolidation of County and City citizens should bear these international Was6 7Ja lyN .

i Governments unpaid debts in mind if they are ever YOUR ORDERS NOW

asked to make war loans again. !I are citizens of Hungary, but had .........................
I KEY WEST IN :i rather be in jail in the United I Ii i Over 500 Different Samples To Select From
Striking against
charity as one speaker j Today's HoroscopeI
i States than at liberty in any oth-\
put it is wrinkle in TAMPA AGAIN DEFRAMED j I ...... ..........
a new our economic DAYS GONE BY I er country under the sun, so they I!I. e** .,
system. told Claude AlBnry, immigration !I[ la this degree we find a mindI Priced Low
(Tampa Tribnne) Happening Llere Jutt 10 Year inspector when they were found I i I i that is philcsophic and a little J
Ago Today A* Taken From in box Read-]i|i too critical, unless there are some
Everybody is digging now-the worker Tampa has again been given a most unfavor- Th. Files Of The Citizen ers as stowaways of The Citizen a will inclined !| good aspects to modify the ten. 40 STYLES OF ENGRAVING

into the ground and the taxpayer into able bit of nationwide "advertising" because of a to believe the statement of dency. There is some genius,

his pockets. demonstration of gang violence, in the incident of Captain Clark D. Stearns recently -' these aliens when they read that I I and the mode of life may be ec CHRISTMAS
centric. The Friend A MERRY
Wish Your
sent blue prints of the the men were discovered in a car output; of this mind ,1
three citizens. These
the of
"whiteeapping" men proposed harbor in Key West and I from Havana which arrived load i may furnish good material if it GREETING CARDS
Einstein says that space is limited. But were seized by a masked band conveyed to a remote data on the Over-Seas Highway I ed with bones on one of the Florida i:: trained into steadiness of purpose With

not in The Citizen; plenty more room for rendezvous flogged daubed with hot tar to S. Davies Warf leld, of the Sea.I. East Coast Ferries last night. and not allowed to wanderoff I
board Airline Railroad at Baltimore -, They bad been in the car seven in pursuit of unpractical
advertisemjents. I left unclothed in the cold, to seek such rescue as profitless speculations. For Distinctive Cards Call at or Phone
and has received a favor days: they said. Immigration inspectors ,
they could find. The details as. given by the victims able reply from Mr. Warfield in ;I.I said seven minutes would Under the auspices of the Nazi I
The Red Cross reveal almost inconceivable in the which be said he have been enough for them
diva; : went over the an brutality. would go over i long Beauty in Work offices, 13,500
top; now the Christmas seal has its inning treatment inflicted upon them. them and write at length later. t as the smell from the bones was 000 narks have been spent to improve I PRESS
Captain Stearns said the railroad terrib e. THE ARTMAN
and if whatever these three and beautify 1,700 Berlin
have offense
you. an :xtra dollar forward it Regardless of company is lookin: for harbor working places.

To() The Citizen for the Will Rogers Me- citizens may have given the self-appointed! ad- destination south of Miami. Thereare Key West's fire alarm system -- 51

w morial fund. ministrators of summary punishment, the act was only two considered feasible. will be out of commission for I i I j I .hotel. He was removed to a I CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE
-.;;.. One of these is at Turtle Harbor several days, says Chief Ralph local hospital where his injuries
- altogether unwarranted and outrageous. They which would have to be develop.ed. Pinder. While repair work was I I were said to be not serious.

: The AAA: not the Washington out- were charged with no violation of law. They had and the other is at Key West being done on the wires of the I .

:CiUut the American Athletic Association not been tried or convicted for any crime against with many natural" facilities. electric company this morning a !

; has decided, by a narrow margin, to send the community, the state or the nation. They The Monroe County HiP!l I I these short wins circuit fell was across caused;the alarm when I'I i ij I:J'I"AfIT.6'.I'I'I'.I'A'I'I"I"I"IIIIIII.JI

_ the American athletes to Gerr:":.any to compete were just as much entitled to protection againstthe School football team and Coach j j j l system wires, causing a short

_ in the Olympic games. The Citizen forcible invasion of their rights as any other Peter Christiansen were guests at ;, circuit throwing the system out
the Rotary luncheon today. Members !I of commissimt.I .
took the opposite stand on this vexed ques- citizens of Tampa. present and introduced by ,I ---- I! VALUED HOLIDAY GIFTS \

- tion. The argument that athletics should The incident, printed broadcast throughoutthe Captain Joe Pierce: were: Regime: Editorial comment: Wheneverit ,

_ not be mixed with politics prevailed. country as such incidents always are, adds Trevor Freddie Carbonell, Will I I U decided to erect a municipal I'
Roberts Jerry Trevor. Robert
!another to recent happenings in Tampa which_have Knight John Carbonell Leland i hospital it appears to be advisible '
to select site in the vicinity of, CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE
=- The latest is a mountain for Florida in brought discredit to the community and reflect Curry,:Stuart Walker Earl Yates I the golf course.a ';

imitation of Nature. And this mountain is seriously upon its good name. As a self-respecting William Arnold! Floyd Roberts,''I
-: Earl Jackson, Morris Cruz Isa-
not to be made from a mole-hill, to quote city Tampa cannot afford to permit such occurrences dore Weintranb Theron Gato, One of the fastest demonstra-, Prices include setting up but not painted &
Henry Ellis but the utilization demonstration of tions of fistic skill ever-seen! in
of the dirt to pass without a positive Herman Baker and Phillip Cos- I!
Key West will be witnessed tonight -' 9
dug from the canal now being excavated the attitude which all good citizens must take- grove Jr.Leaving. I when Chick Miller of Chicago -1 $4.00DOUBLE

across the FHon
romance or a ock-pmmoter fairy-tale. approval of such conduct, and the, demand that Wrecking Tug Warbler going ona I f West in the main bout of the i i ,
, search the Altahama evening at the Athletic Club: AI ,. 5.50a
for barge ,!,
The mountain Wirflbe :
so nigh will the perpetrators be identified and punished.The which broke away from a tug Roberts of Tennessee is to fight \:' .
. be snowcappedWinter and summer, just three victims had just been "rounded uP." which was towing it to Tampa. I I i Gus Reyes. Ole Man Roberts j I ie, J "j.--' "" ""'oI.* ,....

.. like Popocatepetl !pqOM Mexico. When with others by the police, for questioning it is The Altahama has seventeen men and Rattling Dundee will figure.: SINGLE ROCKER : J < -- .- : ... 4.50
r. --- -
thia mountain st rt3't to 1 laGdur{) let's hope it stated with reference to alleged communistic ac- on board and was last seen south I. in the preliminaries ., :oJIr', ,t 91p ,
of Tampa headed in this direc II III t .
:: will bring forth somethi' ijr else besides a tivities. They were released after the questioningand tion. I Antonio Perez of 1106 Grin- CHILD'S CHAIR -- <"- ,< t 'r' :" ..- --- 3.00 I

: mouse. seized just as they emerged from the City I nell street was injured today in: .. if". _
."taken" Josef Hadjer and Franz Kovaca.lan: -accident at the La Conchs)I II "
HalL One of them says he was 6.50STABLE
... I LAWN NCII : __ 2
u Much -- --- ---
of the greatness of America is "driveway between the City Hall and the Police !

..: due to lotteries. In the old days when Station. This man states that he "recognized a i I f .
-- l .. .
.. money was needed for any worthy purpose policeman he had known for five years." Another I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
it was secured through a lottery. Now victim says he was seized in the street just outside I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

: they are outmoded as being unmoral, and the City Hall. The third victim unconscious was 1 KEY WEST FOR YOUR BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORSField

.. when the government needs money it acquires unable to tell his story. I

. it by the simple method of taxation We the made these a. at tfc. close of business November I, 1935, Cannon .75
. think statements by men I $ Gunboat ...._ .... $ .75
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and a lot of discontent and grumbling fol call for the most thorough and diligent investigation -I Comptroller' Call 4 Large Cannon -- 2.50 Bombing Plane ._----____ 35 !J Pi

low. In a lottery the player at least has by both city and authorities and, because i RESOURCESLoans
a county
chance Heavy Artillery 2.00 :Machine Gun _______ 1.25 jf
to win something, the playing is of the peculiar circumstances in and about I' and Investments $ S04.74S.10
: *ut __, Ammunition-lOc per tube ,
._ 89.14
voluntary Overdrafts
and the
income. for the govern- police headquarters, by the Mayor and Chief of i
Banking! House.Furnitureand ;
ment even greater; in taxation every dollar Police. How and why were these men, seize immediately Fixtures 33,928.76

- prize is a total loss without the fun of having a after a police interview: just as they : Stock of:Bank the Federal..-. .-Reserve 4,600.00Temporary : FOR YOUR GffiL-DOLlS, LOW PRICED TOYS 5j 5jFOR

: dangling before our eyes. emerged from the City Hall? ThatqWestloiTjJ i Federal De

our opinion calls for an answer front the, slice posit.>> Insurance Fund 1,954.01 FATHER MOTHER AND ALL THE FOLKS--VISIT

"Sometimes, indeed, these so-called Department and from the head of the city government : United ment States Obligations Govern-direct 1.: ."..7..' OUR STORE AND SELECT YOUR GIFTS THERE SIS

: treacherous days bring out the don't- -and its satisfactory answer requires a most and.fully guaranteed ; ,,J BOUND TO BE FOUND HERE SOMEJ S
rareishnesa in -- "
': me. See that cop over searching inquiry on the part of those public of- Other Marketable Bonds THING THAT :MEETS A PARTICULAR Jl
there? For two cents I'd walk up and ask ficials. and Securities 1'1 ,668.0
him what he's getting at. No, I'll hum a Cash and toe from Banks 277, 78.38 1,059,035.00 GIFT PROBLEM Jl

tune. Sometime lively and chipper. Like is 11.404.245.01
There a story going the rounds f"
that "Top Hat" song. Ta, ta, I'min '
(probably started by Republicans) that LIABILITIES .
Heaven dum de dee when *'c're :; I %
uut there Columbus was the first Democrat because: ... .* LOOO.ftft< h
dancing cheek to thek." The above when he started out he didn't know wherehe Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 14,207.16 1 South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

'idiocy is from the column of O. O. Mc- when I Deposits -. 1,240,037,85$1,404,245.ef
was going; he got there he didn't I r

Intyre. He gets $150,000 a: year for that know where he was; when he got back hedidn't S. Phcrc SSS White and EJa Streets !\
kind of stuff. Possibly if we'd be at the
know where he had been, and he i I
Member ef Federal Reserve System .
- receiving end of such a sum yearly: we i ctJ!!; it all on borrowed capital.-The Pathfinder "Your home is worthy of the best"af'.lIIII.I.IlIIIIIII.lII.I".I'4IT.J1IT.4T
I" Member ef Federal Deposit i latvraaee CerpermtJo:,
would become silly too, and so would yor [ + v. \ '

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I HIGH CO UI L4 GE CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Knute Rockne and Will Rogers Pals I

But Will Made Rock' Target of Jokes

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Jiennetm 8YSOPBl&Aral.-Kellogg WitA Ann Fa... will now prove that It has been ...........e.e..e....... Will Rogers and Knot Rockne the pnieipal beneficiaries of the

wrtkt oUett end best f r+.e custody of another person. Advertisements under this head! were great friends but that didn'tkeep Win Rogers Memorial Mad By
tntrtlt his tkt *udt of her call Jake Sampson." Bill from kidding: "Rock"
liir the miuiier o} kcr jotter ". will be inserted handicapped children the Memorial
In The Citizen
i*e nutrorffc, and take tone.plea was a commotion at the at just as he kidded all his friends.

/>.- "rtary and* of good ttxr cams defence.depend Anne1tdomt < then two deputies appeared JOVE the rate of le a word for each in- Brian BeD, Chief of Bureau of Commission mane those

**. .*: if tintrmL. Ct. man between them. lie was sertion, but the minimum for the The Associated Frees, Los An suffering from blindness or other -
r.furs" AaHf. on (A. ..... to his the stand and
pe place on
*... Judge Kellogg. .. f roving I first insertion in every instance is reles, CaL, tells of Rogers' per physical disabilities; those :who
U.: former .."...1t'O rt. butler formance in the Follies the night
Ant tttd not Have lbe 'iILI 25c. have been victims ef illness who
namesnapped Kellogg. Bees Win Softball \ CATS HUMBLE Rockne
s..ikded ranuKwtk in Busy Crown and the entire Notre Dam.
ff." ucjt .i tae ti_ ./ tt..aao -ake. J-Jake Sampson." anI I Payment for classified adver football squad attended the show can be brought back to partialor

tag- the man. his gaze seeking I tisements. is invariably in advance, after in New York. Bell] complete activity through expert
ceiling as If there was someone 7-13 \WPA SANITARY TEN game
Chapter 40 courtroom he did not wish to Over Firemen, Last Night hut regular advertisers with ledger heard the story from Rogers himself medical attention; those
accounts may have their advertise- !! when Will spoke at a mem- without parents or whose parents
% BOMBSHELL"rmiEN occupation I ments charged. orial luncheon in Los Angeles to lack the money to give them the

: did you last see this ." I Final Contest Of Season NEWLY ORGANIZED TEAM Advertisers should give their pay tribute to the memory of proper shelter, schooling and
't'voherr Kellogg went on. you a store. It so what do CARBONELL AND street address as well as their telephone Knute Rockne. home care.

"The day after Miss Anne sell!" LOBES FIRST CAME IN I number if they desire re 'In the show I wore a Jersey If you wish to help keep the

sir," sal Jones. "We were that the"I to do with shooting: j, Was Fast Game And ARTMAN EARNED SOCIAL LEAGUEIn sults. with :ND 01it,' said Will, 'and spirit of Will Rebers alive in

tied over her going away by stock. With each classified advertisement '
gnus cartridges good talked about the letters quite a this work so close V his heart.
sef that we got to thinking Largely Attended By The Citizen will give free
boasting now becoming con an lit. Ater some enthusiasm had take or send your subscription to
she do away with herself he wouldn't be hurt. Then I CAGE LAURELS Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for been worked up I told "*em ND any bank, or bring it or send i'
been treated bad. the Social Diamondball
so went npst'-
Fans it.
guns and- '
stood for North Dakota. to this office. It is the aim of
and looked for the revolver the see this before?" I i j t League yesterday afternoon at
I ,
I "Rogers told how he attended the Commission to have miJBOn! "
firearm in the house. It was Kellogg thrust exhibit A to I'I
there." him. ARTMAN. MAKES PEIRCE Bayview Park: the newly-organ- BICYCLES secret practice at Notre Dame I l of Will Rogers' friends partici

"Did you at any time touch It. life I have. I sold that t3 Busy Bee Baker are now I!I ized Sanitary Department ten lost and walking away with Rockne, pate. It is not the size of the
QUINTET PLAYS GREAT: j BICYCLES-We RENT by the the coach small
pointed out boys subscription but the
turb It take It away send It to way back in 1919. it's a i,, to the Wild Cats, 4-2.
.iFarnsworth. or to your = diamondball champion of Key 1 I Hour Day or Week. Repairall running off the came plays that itself that is important.
GAME CARBONELL ON ALL.1STAR It was a great game until the makes and paint them with I
Notre Dame had Just been
did any pf the other servants a minute Mr. Sampson West. They won that Loser last prac
-| Nn-EnameL We carry a full behnid locked
It to herr not questioning your wares. TEAM GETS KEY '! tiring gates.
"No sir we did not. We yon seen it recently?" Bight at Bayview Park wk!t they ed the winning run. supply ef parts. Agent for the 'A smart football coach could i BENJAMIN LOPEZ

know where to reach her had Sampson wet his lips ner r The fracas turned out to be a 1 1i i I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. have got all Notre Dame's play by FUNERAL HOME

ever thought of It." "ryeabe stammered. defeated the Fireman 13-7 i in Key West's college stars i pi cbeI"s: duel. Joe Russell allowed -I', And sell them as lew as $5.00 watching the "kids" on the sand- I Serving Key West

"That will be an. ?" I cage only four hits while Jack down and $1.00 per week. lots,* said WilL 'But/ he added Half Century
the final of are shining in fieldsat
The,next witness was a :Mrs. J. of August 3rd a man a three-game play brightly with two Car-! Dates gave up just five safet/es. j I Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co. 'of course we know ,there are no 24 How ",1>>.la.e. Service
present, Ignacio
!Irving whom Aane identified la be cleaned and The norI8tfFOR "
as it to I off. victors scored their first smart football coaches' Licensed Embalmer
I bench three-year letter man at! run in the second inning on a I I PJ.e..
135 Night 69&lAWILL
i Monroe I
Playing a fist game from tart County High School,I f single to right by Gonzalez who"f SALE Handicapped children will be
I on the all-star) independent
I stole second and scored''on
until finish, the Baker did not I tournament basketball team in ,
passed balL 1}I FOR SALE-1 large Ice Box in

;4 r: touch Castro for a. hit duringthe the Florida intramurals. He was I I Their second run was brought I good; order. Priced very low.
I also member of the
a in by J. Moore. ,He walked, wentto I Apply to Cabrera Wholesale
first four inning and 'only one team, which won the &lKittens"l I third on Ben Roberts' single Grocery Inc. dec7-10-12 ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
championship and for I t
,p 'r., I H player had been left baae. to center and scored on an error ,
fpy on received an intramural key. Local Committee for Key West
by Wickers. t PRINTING-Quality Printing at
In the meantime the Fire lad The other cage !star is Norman I I In the eighth M. Lopez got on I II t the Lowest Prices. The Arc- .

"f Artman who made the Peirce walked. man Press. aug7 Date ....
dies had scored seven runs on 10 1 I by an error. Cervantes I II I
Business College (Philadelphia) I _
I Stanley singled scoring Lopez
hits. Ward, on the mound for
the Doughboys was not in form. cage squad as a regular. Artmanwas 1 Cervantes camein on an error. i|i PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed TO ,THE EDITOR:
a two-letter man at Spring I I The Health bors scored in the'i cards, $1.25. The Artmaa
In the sixth inning the Bakers Hill High School in the only two J econd. A single and three walks Press. ug7 Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
got busy and 13 batters went to I
r -q yean he played there. He pre- brought in In the third beloved useful
the plate in that frame. Three one run. memory, of one of our most and
viously attended St. Joseph's! and single scored their FOR RENT
L I Y doubles and four singles rang off I School. an last error a I I'I citizens I enclose herewith-! my contribution of

their bats. Five of these hits I Playing such teams as the New At run.bat, Papy and Henson were LOWER FURNISHED APART.I -_-_-.? the Will Rogers Memorial
were garnered off the offeringsof I I MENT-2 bed rooms conven.
Jersey State Teachers Naval the leaders.In I that this will be added to
Fund I understand gift
h" Walker who relieved Castroin : fences, porches. 519 Elizabeth
r 4 Academy Drexel Temple (frosh), the field Tynes and Hill
the middle of the inning. Two Textile school Taylor Allentown Street. novlS others from Key West and will go without any
for the losers, and J. Walker, :
walks three errors and a wild College the Peirce five i.a is Gonzalez and Stanley for the winners deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
pitch helped give the champions FURNISHED: APARTMENT -\
fast moving outfit of "frost?: dig .
were outstanding.Score also without deduction the Memorial
10 runs Modern conveniences 628 ,, expended any as
x I gers. In their first game they by innings: R. H. E. '''
ee' Gaiti's'
White !street, or call at Committee determine.
In the fifth frame they had won over Westminister Academy, Sanitary Dept.- may

scored three runs on five singles. after playing three overtime periods 011 000 000-2 4 3 Barber Shop novl2

After that. Ward hit his stride by a score of 2725. Art Wild Cats 010 010 02x-4 5 2 I FURNISHED APARTMENT, with I III Name ...........................'_
and gave up just one more hit played the second half and
man Batteries: J. Gates Wickersand
electric ice box. 1001 Eaton,
and only one man was left on the overtime periods. A few J. Garcia; Russell Arias and phene 879J. novd-lmox Address .-- ..._._...._.
,,. b_+ base-that was by a walk. minutes before the final whistle Gonzalez. II

"Ever see this before?" demanded Kellogg. Leaders at bat were: J. Roberts with, Peirce trailing by four NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT N3 .
with two safeties out of points Artman was fouled and Subscribe to The Citizen-20veekly. i with Apply 827
I garage.
woman rt the service;: station;; located I 1}rOiled: lie ca.11ed'back for It and I three times up; Alfonso who did made good his two free throws.A Duval street. oet19

near the idol of the Clatsop*Ridge ''sold him some cartridges for It. the same thing; Salinero with flashy running guard play net- I .
grade. She toll of: seeing Anne, on Thirty-two automatic." two out of four and M. Lopez. ted the winning two points.In .-- -----

the night of Parch tenth. She said "Is that man la this court room!" Hale and Ward with two out of winning the Independent

she had been a "talkative ninny," asked Kellogg. five each. championship. the "Kittens"

telling the young lady about the was a moment of tense In the field, Htle Sweeting and emerged with large margins to
the ridge where the Farnaworth THERE
spoton car" had over'the cliff, then. "Yes." the voice Roberts were outstanding for the spare. In the semi-final they
gone Bakers and Albury, Vidal and defeated the Dark Horses 12-6,
and ttit not until a young man had came faintly,"over there. He point-
told her who: the girl was. had she ed towards the group at the district Garcia for the Firemen. and the Green Cove Inn, 18-8 in FIRMSWho

realized she had been talking; to attorney's table. Seated there was Score by innings: R. H. E. the finals.

Anne Farnsworth. Rob Crocker and Tom Farley. Firemen- Carbonell received his all-star %

""That will be all. droned Ansel Anne sat frozen incredulous. Intent 030 310 000- 7 11 3 honor by stellar guarding and

Ke 3gg."Call John: Neaman." upon her own Innocence. sHe Busy Bee Bakers passing, but also contributed Them
John N 'Anne's heart had only vaguely wondered who had 000 0310 OOx-13 13 3 flashy shooting in spurts. Dunn Rush To Give You Service-Patronize

seemed stand stilt John Nenmaa. I been guilty. Her illness, which had Batteries: Castro Walker and the four games his team played

Then ke was here. How had the I cast an opaque screen over the Hernandez; Ward and A. Ace- he netted six shots from around
judge'found J him? Or had .he found events of that night was partly responsible vedo. I the center of the court.TODAY'S ,
for this. Now she stared
the Judge?
He strode Into the court room sat as Sampson pointed a grimy finger ,- -- ------ Star American Coffee R 0 S E.S

down. He looked at Anne,'smiled at at the two men. JOHN C PARK T I F'NOW S

her, and In the love and kindnessof II "Stand up please ordered Kellors. OFFERED IN

that smile she found her whole I : l r WEATHER 1 THREE GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
world righted-<< How handsome and Crocker stood up. thin lipped 328 SIMONTON ST.

clean-cut he :;looked, how different any- defiant STAR, Ib., 25c SPECIALTY
from Rob Cracker.? : No lines-of "That's him" the man declared. 1101 Division Street
self-I I Lowest Highest Barometer 8 a. m. today: LARGO lb. 18c
ishness us-hut the Jude was "You're excused Sampson said ,
i Kellogg, "unless the district attorney Station last night last 24 hours Sea level 30.05. P L U M BIN G ; '
Honing him.. ; V. R S lb, 15c PLANTS and VINES, p.ri.. .& 29 ,
j'j'"YES'I I wants yon. Abilene 38 64
know Anne Farn worta." Anne glanced at the district attorney. Atlanta (0 62 WEATHER FORECAS1 ROASTED IN KEY WEST'

''declared, and enumeratedthe I He wore a baffled look and Boston ___ 38 U st DU. d Fancy
times he hpd met her prior to the Shook his head at which sign Sampson Buffalo ,,3S 42 (Till 8 p. rn, Wednesday) DURO PUMPS .Gf'oceriea
Key West and Vicinity: Partly
scurried from the room.
nigtt. on'Clab.o}; ) ridge.
Charleston. __ (8 70ChicaS'o
"Are,you In a'position' to say "I will now call Charlie White (6 cloudy tonight and Wednesday; PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
whether or not shp has returned: to 'Deer. :,- gentle! to moderate variable winds Complete tine Fresh

Portland sine<< that timer* I The squat figure of a chinook was Denser :_ 21 ", 4-1 I mostly northerly. PHONE 348 512 Greene Street .. r. Fraib .:net Vegetables
Detroit .._ 42 .
"* know%she has not and can: brought In. The man. visibly fright I Florida: Partly cloudy tonight; Phone 256 t PHONE 697 k .I
call any ',Dumber\of 'witnesses to ened. shrank trom the quick gaze Galveston -- S8 62 J and Wednesday; slightly cooler
prove tWs. ." Of eyes from every part of the court 'Havana __ 66 in extreme north portion Wednesday -

\\ He then'corroborated Anne's testimony I room. Huron ____ -2 30 I! : afternoon and night. SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY OATS ARE HERE
concerning/ her reason for being "White Deer," began Kellogg Jacksnoville .. 52 74 I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
atthe Csbtrap the night of the 'I' kindly, "where were yon on the Kansas City 26 56 Gentle westerly winds shifting to J.wfisla Z IN. 3Sc INS U RAN C EYallowt&.il
night of August 3rd?** KEY WEST .. 65 I THE KEY WEST
murder, concluding with: an explanation 80 northerly over extreme north portion Steak, Z I lbs. 3Sc ;
of her landing at the far end "At at bootleg fish trap. Little Rock 44 62
; weather partly overcast tonight Yellowtail Bone Z lb., 25.
of town. "Were you alone?" Los Angeles 56 76 I ea Offices 31. DaTal Street

"I knew IllS Farnsworth had "Yes. Louisville 44 54 and Wednesday. Gr.uper Z IN. ZSc SUNDAY STAR '
East Gulf Gentle
: to moderate
never been treated fairly by the remaining "Did you see the defendant; see Miami _,.._ tU 78 I variable winds north Spper, 2 IN. .. __....." 25.
members of her family andI this young lady?" He pointed to becoming TELEPHONE NO.1
1linneapolis.t 26
knew that should: she be found Anne. Tbe answer was ""yes. New Orleans 60 70 erly; weather partly cloudy to Mutton F1s1a. Z IN. ZSc Sabacnptinn $2 Per Year
"Did see her fire a shot at Lee overcast tonight and Wednesday
near the scene of the shooting she you
New York .._ 40 56 FRESH SHRIMP
would be Involved. Therefore, I told Farnsworth. the man who was -THE-- Ter Yo.r Meals At
killed?" Pensacola 56 66 WEATHER CONDITIONS I.arc. s.Jt Oysters Key Weat' Only Sunday
SorU take her
the boys to somewhere -
Pittsburgh 38 46 Fresh Cab Mat I. lb. sSe
along the bearh and let her Surprisingly there was no object ease Paper Dtlmonico Rutmrraaf
make her way back into town from i j!i Uon from the district attorney. lie St. Louis 30 56 Pressure continues moderatelylow FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
Business Office Citizen Bsdweieev Beer ___ lie
was listening avidly. Salt Lake City 28 48 throughout! most cf: the Lake I

there.Your honor and gentlemen of "No," said the Indian emphat San Francisco 48 56 region and the Ohio Valley and ; LOWE FISH COMPANY BuiJdhq SIs Dinners, -.w
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\ :-: SOCIETY :-: WEST AGAINST NEW DEAL ANNUAL PARISH ........................

.........................____aa..1- SESSIONSUNDAY by Mrs.plane Louise this morning Sampson to arrived attend Name ..............._......._...._
Announce Program !Daughter 01 King I the funeral services of her sister .

Wednesday :Mrs. Louise Elizabeth Aguiar, Address.. ----.-.-__.____...____........... .
For HolidaysSocial Meet New Deal is approved by cent of the total population of VESTRY ELI CTED AND RE- which were held this afternoon. .I'

committee of Sociedad:1 Regular monthly meeting of''five States in the South and dis-I the per cent United of States the total cast vote over which 50 I PORTS HEARD; FINANCIAL! Attorney Win.: IL Malone made The Error Is___.___.-___......_._._

Cuba (Cuban Club) have mappedout : the Daughters of the King of St.' approved by thirteen States Roosevelt received inhis 1932 reservations the plane this r-- -

a program of social events tq Paul's Church will be tfcekiy 11730 t maiby in the: ;'Y t and east, election.As CONDITION BETTER THIS afternoon for a Business ,visit to : It Appears In...______.___ .Editorial Column ';

be clubhouse on Duvallatreet the o'clock cloister Wednesday of the church.afternoon"- i in|! according! to, the third, tally: of 1 a possible indicator of the HEAR 'TAt : Miami' and expects to return the .................o.................................
during the holiday season.- .1 latter part 'of the week.
The Literary Digest's lC OOOOO-! increased interest of the elec- ; _._._
will A attendance is expected'at
On Christmas night there large !-- --- -- -- ---
.ballot nationwide? Moll which appears torate in the subject of the New I
be a big dance with Dell Woods this meeting, states Mrs'Dora,' in the current issue of themagazine. Deal the magazine points out and weli-atf : Commodore Frederick Wagner,
and his.S-piece orchestra furnishing Roberts secretary of the organ! If that in the current poll more bal an interesting of 1\hJ1iami Beach; Yacht:.Club,
the music. ization. tended meeting last night .in. St. wasj ix arriyal by. plane this
A total of 421,560 votes are re- lots have been received so far "
.Next on the program will be ported of which .187,1561;,.or .44.4'. :from Iowa and Kansas than were Paul's Parish Hall th4 annual morning for a conference' with;;
the New Year's. Eve Dance on Benefit Dance At per cent, are marked :'yes" and voted in the final returns of the election of a Vestry for the com- friends and held his reservation i LikeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS

December 31. John Pritchard's At Raul' Clab 234,404, or 55.6 per cent, are 1934 straw referendum on the ing year was held. During the for departure this afternoon.. !I

orchestra will provide music for voted "no" in answer to the same subject. meeting reports of various church |i
dancing at this affair. question: 'Do you now approvethe "The Kentucky poll vote provides Subscribe to The Citizen.PALACE; .
Members of the WPA Recrea- organizations were read and discussed -
acts and.policies of the Roose- a check upon the probable
Alumni Association tion Department are planning a velt 'New Deal' to date7"Last accuracy of the curent New Deal .

benefit dance to be held Saturday week's percentage; for the poll" the magazine states in its It was found that the Parishis ...-

Meets TomorrowAnnual December 21, at Raul's Club New Deal was computed as 44.11 current issue. in better financial conditionnow Hardie Albright-Lila Lee in l fr l
which indicates fractionaal "Only last month, A B. ("Hap
on Roosevelt Boulevard. The af a gain than it has been for the Champagne For Breakfast
., meeting of Key West for the Administration's policy in py") Chandler won the Governorship
High School Alumni Association fair will start at 10 o'clock sharp.1 the present tabulation. j! of the Blue Grass Statein past several years with a bright Two Comedies

will be held in the school building Proceeds derived from this affair Initial returns are reported this I an election that was conductedon outlook for the future. Matinee: 10-15c; Nights 15-25 1

tomorrow night at 8:00 o'clock. will be used to give the poori' week from California \ the strict issue of the Roosevelt The following men were elect sFs.a I .

Miss Eliza Gardner, secretary children of this community a| setts and South Dakota l\lassachu-1 policies. l ed to serve as members of the

has requested that all membersbe Christmas tree. I j voting against the New "He received 54.66 per cent of governing body for the coming J.etmvine'. !*.*!. ; HeteF*

present as election of officers Dell Woods and his 8-piece or-} Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia -) the official popular! vote. The approval year: THE SEMINOLEJacksonville.

will be held and a program for chestra will provide music for the' which show majorities in' fav percentage for the New Richard II. Kemp. Milton Sawyer ,

the coming year outlined. affair. t or of the Roosevelt acts and policies Deal in. The Literary Digest Poll Emil Sweeting Sam Gold i

,, __ __ this week is 59.64. smith treasurer; Arno Diaz, yyv 'if .1.1CO" ) j.
----- n Jim Rob- ..,
Sweeting, ,
.................... }' .... ............... The first scattered returns I "Critics of the Poll have stated Glenwood Otto Kirchheiner ki ti .4T -
.I from Massachusetts\ ; register near- that insufficient ballots have& erts, Joe Allen

COMING EVENTS [HOWDY I KEY WEST!' ly a 4 to 1 vote against: the New) been sent to Roosevelt supporters. Charles Mathews. Charles Roberts

.............. ......... Deal the heaviest negative vote I "The voters in the Poll thus and Noel Cooke. (. 'I :
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TUESDAY DECEMBERiIo'Monroe J of any of the eighteen States re-. far, by their own secret statements J\. (; 1" J.f

-"Personal 1 Maid Sec- By RED KERCH ,ported. I' show that 55.43 per cent ALBURY/ LISTS kept in our all metal ICE

ret" with Margaret :-Lindsay and ....................... Georgia, the home State of of 1932.them 38.91 voted for cent Roosevelt voted for in REFRIGERATORS ai eTti> Gcc5lX)fresh and
Warren HilL ,.'cr*: *EPalace > : .t I IA Governor Eugene Talmadge and per J FlerMa healthful a. if they were frozen 'm' a cake of
.. "Champagne for'Breakfast" friend is a person who likes! the "other home State" of Presi-I I' Hoover, 1.57 per cent voted for SINCLAIR STATIONS CUAS. B.. GniXER. Xanacer I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
after he loans others and 4.09 cent did note A human home-like Institution
you you money. dent Roosevelt, continues to show per
... ......
I indicate where you wilt find 7..1' absolutely airtight.
Yacht B:1Sin-Free swimmingand more than a 2 to 1 vote for the I I I vote in 1932, or do not eovtert ..* eetertaleMent. a mat
Deal. ranks next how they voted then. ter of great Importance.
A Milwaukee man recently New Tennessee I
diving instructions ,i dvising the city's motoring $20.00 up
laughed himself too death with better than a 3 to 2 majority ; !
Coral Isle Casino-3:30 P. M over' public where to get Sinclair pro- A steel fireproof hnlMIoc locate i
Free instructions in boxing and his own joke. Possibly it was only I, for the Administration's poli- ducts Willard M. Albury, local "In the 'heartefthe_ city EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn

wrest'ing. a columnist who stole a joke with| cies.The agent for Sinclair Refining Company Every Room with Combination Tub I' Display At-
Pena's Place-1:30-5:30 P. M. whiskers on it. current balloting shows (At The Stores II announces that three local and Shower Bath, Radio. Electri !
The cocktail hour. nine of the twelve States reported Ceiling Faa, Slat Door for Summer]
stations are now equipped to furnish Ventilation Comfortable Beds wit
First b[. E. Church Sunday Many are out in front of the in last week's tabulation witha all products of this company Mattresses of Inner Spring Coastruotl.n Thompson Ice Company Inc.
School Building-"Pocket SociaL"Bayview crowd by running like the devil I fractional to fair gain: in their and Individual' Read: ,

Park-5:00 P. M. from a bill collector. !i respective voting against the New JOHNSON'S AUCTION I Sinco Service Station comer Ing Lamps. RATES 1 i PHONE NO. 8

DiamondbalL Administration va. I Deal.The Large crowds are attending the streets of BlncM :
Grinnell and Fleming ,
final returns for the en- 1. Reea.. Private Bath SIM:
I High SchooL A beautiful illustration of a: auction sales now being held at I I'which Clarence Thompson is manager M Re***.. Private Balk US
Stowers Park-4:00: P. M.Junior flowery youth is blooming idiot !, tire country in a similar poll' Frank Johnson's in the Colonial S. Caraballo & Son 800 4* ROOM. Private Beth 34B --.'- --- ------
diamondball game.EDNESDAY. a r which The Literary Digest: con Hotel Building. Sales are being Colonial :34 noem. Private_.. Beth ._ aia ................................................M
I Simonton street, and I. !Smmflt! n Private Bath 4M4UGHT
ducted in the spring: of 1934 in- .
After all man isn't much more conducted every night this week.I Service Station in the Colonial IftCltRASIS! roR OOCBLBOCCCPANCT : SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLY

DECEMBER 11 than what he talks about. That's: dicated 5 that voters more favored than 3 the out New of Johnson's large stock of Christ- I Hotel Building, Fleming street *.......S........................................
Monroe-"Together We Live" why everyone is willing to cuss:, Deal every then. mas goods toys, wheel goods and side, are the local Sinclair sta
with Ben Lyon and 'Sheila Man rotten weather.A jewelry is all being sold by auc' tions.
of the
I A comparison present
ndrs. Also "Personal Maid Sec tion. Many free prizes are given I
I --
poll returns and the official pop
ret. .... man never grows beyond extent ular vote for Roosevelt in 1932 away each nightCHRISTMAS 1 check An Index To
Palace "Range {Warfare"with of believing in Santa r indicates a sharp decline percent- GOODS COLDS .

a' Reb RusselL and demanding the right to clau'l, agewise in all eighteen of the A large selection of Christmas]: 6 6 6 aaJ
Pena's Place 1:30-5:30 P.
by a petticoat government.jScientista States from which returns are South Florida''1
The cocktail hour. I I I gifts is offered at FEVER R RELIABLEi
tallied with the exception of Ken-
Contracting and Engineering i Y
j I first day
Bayview Park-7:30 P. :M. are trying to deter' ; ) .
Amateur hour and community tucky. Company the advertisement in LiqaU .T.Urt, HEADACHES I
mine the origin of the universe I I Oklahoma and Florida each of i
this issue shows. .
j Sale l Nest Drips in 30 mi.uteat
singing. We are not in a position to say which the President nearly ',,
1 gave the
member of
Gifts for
Park 2:00 P. M. I every
Bayview now from where it came, but witha a 3 to 1 plurality when he was;
: family chairs, lawn benches and i
-: :
Handball tournament. 4:00 P.
one syllable cuss word we could elected, now indicate a majority ; fiRMS
tables for and father toys I
M. High School Transfer
vs. fully explain where it's KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Corner. gone. I I of their voters are opposed to the including field cannons gunboats, i I II

Roosevelt acts and policiesf bombing planes machine guns,I HOTELIn _
The less knows to talk,
a man Minnesota voted nearlY' 3. to 2
f etc. for boys and dolls and other'low
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12Monroe about the less hell have to lie out:, for Roosevelt in 1932. The vote the Center of the Business
j tSPEcl
l priced toys girls.
"S,..-cet Surrender"with of having said. there now is more than 3 to 2 I
Jack Dempsey and Abe Ly I I against the New Deal in the maga- i.-OfrER-1 I and Theater District

man's Californians Also "To At an idle moment were won- zine's polL A similar reversal by First Clasraeprl-

a gether We Live." dering what a football yell would, the same ratios is indicated also PEmfANDmwAVES: !:l FOLLOW THE ARROW !
Palace "Range Warfare" sound like conducted in Ethiopian.I I in Nebraska. I i Sensible RatesGarage

with Reb RusselL I I I An analysis of the first batchof fwo Permanents QpT! f\f\\ \ I
eD J.UU ElevatorPopular
Yacht Basin-Afternoon. Free :Maybe' the president declared a 34,537 ballots from California for .._._.... I:, ,

swimming and diving instruction breathing spell for business to shows a division of 57.85 per Better Were, $5.00 and np I Pricesi

Pena's Place-1:30-5:30 P. M. conduct a "pulse feeling" camp I cent against the New Deal to MRS. MILLER I -And You Will Find In This
The cocktail hour. 407 South Street Phone 574-J I
aign. 42.15 per cent for it. i
Slower Park-4:00 P. }t. Jun- I The initial tally of Kentucky
ior diamondbail game. MEETING OF KEY WEST HIGH i indicates that 59.64 per cent of ................ teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I Directory Stores Which Aim
SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION the 14.402 votes from there are ,
Monroe ** weetl! Surrender"and .. I in support of the Roosevelt policies ; To Serve and
South Dakota, which gave FOR SALE Please bu. They
"East of Java- i" A meeting of the High School !' the President better than a 3 to } vfi w||

Palace:-"Range*:'"'jarg.10(, Alumni Association will be held 2 plurality in his 1932 el..-t:on.

Pena:: Ptaee-, 0 SjSO.J>1The #!. Wednesday night at 8:00 o'clock' now ballots 3 1-2 to 2 against the Invite You To YisjtjThem!

cocktail i horn. .,: ,. in the High School Apditorium. New DeaL :..' '.-- ., .t .-: ,
High ,School-7:3i0.llYilli\ Bas All members are requested to be The count of the first 13,551 : t I-
ketball"Busy Bee o..,t.-.WfV\ present as the regular election-of votes from Virginia is divided 4

Park vfc. High SchooU officers will be held as well as a 52.15 per cent for and 47.85 percent I .,
Stowers Park-1:00 P. M. Junior program outlined for the year. against the New Deal. ,apT ,! I I ;

i diamondball game. ,t MISS ELIZA GARDNER. I The eighteen States in this t -- LIQUORS-BEER I SERVICE STATION HOE REPAIRING

declO-lt Secretary. week's report represent 47 per KE ..tte ]
1 I j

Monroe "Broadway Melodyof drinks. MONROE THEATERSally "r 1 .a D'-.aI At PetronU Street Point Jobs net Hold Up H. Diamandi Prop.
1936" with Jack Benny and
Blane-Rejrfs Toomy in 1as.ll Package Liquors of AU Kind Expert Starter and Ceo. Service Old Shoe Made A. Good A. New
Eleanor Powell. I ''R
Youth": SUNDAY. DECEMBER ISNa"J" SHE HAD TO CHOOSE L/ fall/1 Beer and Wine Pnone 79-J For Jiffy Service 612 Dual Street
"Palace-"Accent on
Yard-1:00 P. M. Swim- Margaret Lindsay-Warren Hull
with Sylvia Sydney and Herbert:

Marshal. Navy Ball Field-3:00 P. M.I Matinees. Balcony IOc| Orcfce- I PHOTOGRAPHYI FISHDEMERIIT BAKERIESMALONEY&
Pena's Place 1:30-5:30 P. M.
Baseball game. I tra, 15-20c; Nig-nt: 152ScANNOUNCEMENT
The cocktail hour.
-- -- -
Duval Street 700 until 9:30P. - f
You'll Like Tk* Print W. Make COMPANY Baker of Baker Boy Bread
M.. The Promenade. I -
1 11e Photo EagUrtinr A Specialty Specializing ia Fresh Fun Coke and Pastries
Cuban Club; -9:30 P. M. Johnny : !I Iz .
Pritchard's secttad' week-end 606 Own Street I Foot of Front Street r bone 818 812 Fleming St.

dance. I Phone 44 Free Delivery

Raul's-10:00 P. M. The Recreation This Is to advise the Motoring Public that the follow- .>-f. .-- -_. [1 PLUMBINGTHOMPSON PRESSING

DejMu-tmeal's Benefit ing stations handle all grades of "SINCLAIR" products --- .:::.-, v COFFEE i
Dance. Dell Woods' Orchestra. 1 I and will greatly appreciate your patronage: PLUMBING FERNANDEZ &
Park-2:00 M. t I'
Bajview P.
Pena's Place-10:00 P. )[.I "Get Our Price Fir.t'Sleet Ask You Grocer For Cleaning-Pr**.infFir

1 and Fleming. Clarence Thompson, Mgr. : Metal. Work, .Dayton: ,Pump 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE .l Class Alteration

132: SUoonlon St., Phone 536 Half Pad Pkf*. toe 928 Division St.
4 FLYwith I IS S. CARABALLO & SON w. 1
f the- is 800 Simonton Street S. Caraballo Mgr. POULTRY CLUBSFor DRUGSORIENTAL
PLINE Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-

No Change In Rates \I Il COLONIAL SERVICE GARAGE head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof If yon are looking POULTRY Recreation Visit PHARMACY

Make Reservations by Phone l Fleming Street C. Crusoe, Mgr. the sea and overlooking Coral Park visit .r caD THE NAVY CLUB Enulio Roaere, Prop.

Telephone 620 I S DEMAND our Sinclair Opaline and Pennsylvania For price and terms apply to : Fulford's Poultry Farm Greene St. Opp. Wetter Union PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTSPhone

Regular Planes, Miami-Key r Motor Oils in Tamper-Proof Cans-All Grades. Our oils ),! Phone 880 I Deliver Yon Are Welcome 379 1000 Dmval Street
West Airways, Inc. i are carefully refined, de-waxed and freed from non-lubri

SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday t eating petroleum jelly becoming full bodied. "Your experience L P. ARTMAN, $ BAKERY i

has been our success."
The Citizen Offi otJ
Leave Key West 4 p. m., Ar- AgentSINCLAIR l Fine Pies and Pastry
rive Miami 5:20 p. m. REFINING COMPANY" Residence 1309 Whitehead Street !
Comfortable Safe
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'11676' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABTLfileF20090414_AACWHR' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00373.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
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TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'11425' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABTLfileF20090414_AACWHU' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00373.xml'
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