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 11, 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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Drops Fans And Bubbles j t NOBODY CAUGHT i II LEAVEGO GIVE RULING IN Important Issue To Come
GIVEN PLACE OF HONORIN bowls of rice, or a few wheat WATERS TO NORTH OFt I

To Appear As Sadie I ERROR PUBLISHED I NAVAL ''TREATIES AS TO MIAMI TO MEET WITH: cakes a day when liring-an unmarked CITY; LASTED AROUND PLANT BOARD'S Before Congress Getting

Thompson In Famous SEMBLAGE i grave when dead. THREE HOURS Attention Of Various
Such was the lot of the com-
Drama, "Rain" I I i PoliticiansBy

Miss Marie Peterson daughterof i mon soldier in China for cen- What is a rare natural phenomenon -

MISTAKE PROVED TO BE: Charles Peterson chief engineer -j turies, though the struggles which for Key West was the fog KEY WEST RESIDENTS WILL

HARRY E.: FARNHAM of the Lighthouse Tender! County Commissioners W m. R. which enveloped the city yester- HERBERT PLUMMER
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SKOWHECAN Maine Dee. 11. TEST EDITOR STATED IN was left for Miami to meet established new ones, and in the I TERFER IN PROCEEDINGS WASHINGTON Dec. 11 The
to go to London In connectionwith i yesterday and daring: the period there ,were

-Sally Rand' fan dance i* not YESTERDAY'S ISSUE the Washington and London, with Chester Treadway, chairman civil wars o! the early republicanera times when the light of the. sun I IN FUTURE predicted drive for economy ia

her only attribute to stage success naval treaties for limitation of:' of the state road departmentof was hidden from view. I ,government during the coming
I armaments which met in London I which turned ambitious ban-
Florida. While the which ina
fog, came
-she has dramatic ability.A. I on December 9. She left for London -: Westers session of congress is beginning;
Nobody caught the error inyesterday's I Mr. Treadway is attending a dit chcieftains and army subalterns bank from over the waters to Key will be restrained,
H. Van Buren, director, of 27. in the future from interfering; to take on the appearance of
I Citizen though there In a letter to The Citizen: meeting of highway officials from into "warlords" and "mar- ,the north of the city was not what with state plant board ,
the Lakewood Player here says were many replies, some comingin Chas. Peterson tells of the selec-'I Washington and other sections of : is classed as dense it was thick and authorized reality.A .

the petite blue-eyed dancer hat I within fifteen minutes after tion of his daughter for this important -' the country being held in Miami. shals." :enough to hide from sight objects spraying trees and employes foliage while when!I thin-lipped Texan, with bushy

the Mr.\ Porter and Mr.\ Thompsonwill distant approximately 1000 feet.
:the paper was. out on the street, post from among em- -'Every Man A Soldier'But carrying out the of plant''
"inherent dramatic talent and I ployes with the department of: discuss with Mr.\ Treadway I The fog yesterday was causedby program I hair and a determined jaw is sending .
I The contest editor stated the militarism is the new or- pest eradication.
state in the division of communi-. matters pertaining to the proposed the passing of cold air over t
the perseverance that makes for error was difficult to find, anU Injunction proceedings were! shiver up and down the spine
der of the day in China. "Every water it said at the
cations and records in Washing- brdiges: of the Overseas I warm was
it was since no one pointed it heard in circuit court in :Miami;
mastery of difficult role. I : : Highway. able bodied man a soldier" is the weather bureau today and the 'of bureaucrats around Washington
out. ton.His last week before Judges H. F.I
Foregoing vaudeville engage- Some one must get this Gillette daughter he writes was motto of a program which com- same condition is caused at times Atkinson Paul D. Barns of lli-l[ since his arrival ia town the

ments to learn the role of Sadie New DeLuxe Razor; outfit on born Southard in Key street West, 26 near years GrinnelL ago: MAKE CALL FORNECESSARY pels every school and college cold by the water passing but of there warm are air other over ami, and Jefferson B. Browne, of i other day. He is James P.

in "Rain" and with ten blades and in a helpful youth to learn the art of war- Key West. The plant board was:,
Thompson appear Attended Harris school for two meteorological conditions whichare
the editorial paragraph in represented by Buchanan, chairman of the house
way Attorney Wm. I
in her first summer theater work,!I years. then vent to the Convent: TOYS fare. responsible for fogs. ILl
,, which the error occurs is append- Malone. and the defendants !,
the of Mary Immaculate until 1921. "National salvation can only Fogs of the kind here yester- by appropriation committee, the key
determined young lady who:j ed. Do not look for tYPographical Attorneys Ernest P. Roberts and
I In that year she left with her: be achieved if the people of day are sometimes intensified to
hopes for a dramatic career not errors only; it may: be a different lat: son, Ernest E. Roberts, of Miami. man in the forthcoming battle
for Portland. Oregon
'i kind of error. parents i RECREATION DEPARTMENTOF China are ready and willing to lay a great degree of density when The latter attorneys were allowed
only acquired that exacting .
part! from Ballard I
I er was graduated they occur in cities where thereis 1'over :
but did it in less than a week. I IDoean't j, Write your solution in the echool of Seattle Washington.: down their lives for their country the privilege of viewing the
WPA TO LOOK OUT FOR a great deal of smoke the
Bock" i il' th -
coupon printed elsewhere in The records of the case and file briefs! <
Mind Working"She j j Following graduation she took a is the slogan flashed to in
I Citizen, and to be the first to' atmosphere such as prevails This 'soubriquet already given him on
try done
is the indefatigable was and yesterday the
two years course in Wilson Com-i CHILDREN AT Young China from moving picture the .
in''[ hand in the corrected error of larger Fortunately Key judges signed the restraining :capitol hill 1 and it doesn't but hl'i i ii
person I've ever encountered mercial school in the city and order -;
I billboards West is almost free from
the theater," said Van Buren.: ommission or commission. one year's commercial course in screens, highway totally and stipulated the nature of j i' him at alL Pledged to bring t h--
"The AAA not the Washington \ I and over the radio. I smoke. the spray to be used. |I federal budget within $8UO.\100.-\ <>
"She would work hour after hour:1 Portland. Oregon. In 1931. Miss The Recreation Department of Records the S. Weather
I at U. :
without No with- outfit but the American' her duties New Yorker Draw Plan I It will consist of two gallons of i 000 of balance next session, h'i
stopping. one Marie entered upon 1 the WPA would like to have : '
Bureau show that dense have
Athletic Association has decided, Washington any This is the spirit which prompted fogs paraffine base oil two .pounds of i has adopted as his slogan-' IU -
out inherent dramatic talent could with the state departmet at with last ; I j
have learned the role of Sadie I'i by a narrow margin, to send the: one year's toys or broken the national government to I occurred but 18 times since 1884or potash fish-oil soap and one gal I duction all along the line."
toys donate them to the Com-
Thompson and given a performance -\American athletes to Germany to Mr. Peterson thanks this paper'spublisher spend $1,000,000 on a memorial approximately one day in every: Ion of water diluted by 98 H per I Why Not Cut
munity Christmas Tree that the :
three The last time
compete in the Olympic games.i I I at Nanking to honor the heroes of years. one cent of not less. I **
of water j
without only five complete for sending a resume I j i Consider Bucban attitude
department for the
I 1 The Citizen took the opposite I poor was recorded was on December I,
rehearsals." I the set backs experienced in Key children of this city. the revolution of 1911 and inspirethe 1934. for example, on the SK .seem> >t ly
Visitors who sought Sally at, stand on this vexed questionThu 1 West, but knows that a Key I It is suggested that they phonethe youth of the land to emulate ANOTHER I act passed in the last JJRon ',10-
her lakefront cottage after her l argument that athletics should I Ir Wester keeps a stiff upper lip in Recreation Department, which their deeds of bravery and pa- viding for old-age pee: ..5.s, c''.ild,
premiere found her not. An hour{I r vailed.not be.* mixed with politics pre times of calamitous emergency,' will gladly caU for them. The triotism. OFFICER OF RED blind and ..... aMa.
feels that the adverse condi- Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek I
later she was discovered on the i department also requests Operating ffe for the va-!
any poor
Lakewood stage rehearsing her tions now being faced by the city I I child in the city that does noJ provided the authority and funds, YESTERDAUTs, 4> rogrJ+..|*-Vld op when th" s :
and its citizens i. Vy jremain true and a former New York... rohi ct., CROSS COMES-IN
lines. SIX PASSENGERS expect- Santa Claus tocan- -out tnfl! chi',fig the app1 *iafimi ,
** ? j tfieir""standards and fight until Henry'Killam Murphy, the architectural -
It is" the sort of part you could them to send in their name with was filibustered to death in th.

act for six months and still find recovery is realized. the assurance that Santa will pay inspiration which have closing hours of the session. Th

new things to do,' she explained. ARRIVE ON PLANEEIGHTEEN them a visit. transformed the ruins of a 15th ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEONAND social security board has operated

Good Company I LIGHT TENDER Phone the Recreation Depart- century Buddhist monastery intoa FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS SUMMONED since on a shoestring.

Members of the Lakewood the- ment and employes will call for war memorial and heroes'cemetery. ALSO TAKEN ON Why reasons Buchanan, "'oullcongreas I
ater colony found her affable and,, LEFT YESTERDAY i -: all the surplus toys that are donated AUTO RIDE come along now and ap-

"good company." They looked''I SAILED TODAYPOINCIANA to the poor children of this Ancient Place Glorifies War RECENTLY TO PUT OUT J propriate the full amount t$9u.-< <>

with favor on her serious ambition! AFTERNOON ENROUTETO I city. Visible for miles, a reinforced 000.000)) asked in the fn-t

to become a dramatic actress. MIAMI I concrete pagoda overlooks the BLAZE AT FACTORY place? W/fey/ test! reduce the anproprialfeg -
Robert E. Red di-
I Bondy, Cross
To the blonde and I I II LEFT THROUGH "hall of commemoration. old the
smiling girl: rector of Disaster Relief, Harold Ap : amount mcrsary ---
whose ability to put the right fan INLAND: ROUTE TO TAKE I STEAMSHIP YORO Chinese in appearance but thor- Foy and Lieutenant: F. A. Erick- fJi |tj< remainder of thn
in the right place at the right' oughly modern in construction, For the third time in several :fiscal year. and let the trcasjiy
Arriving this from Mi- visitors in Key West today .
morning son were
time raised eyebrows of some and II' CARE OF LIGHTS DUE HERE TODAYFREIGHTER and the serpentine wall enclosedarea I weeks the fire department wa* !profit?* iff' i !
ami in
the coast
on Miami-Key West Air- arriving a guard
in which neat of head-
shouts rows yesterday afternoon called be-
of acclaim from others,I he has his way many millions -
ways plane were six passengersas Tender Poinciana, of the light- plane, piloted by Lieute'nant
her dancing "is a means not an follows, William stones mark the last resting of Erickson.Mr. cause of fire in the Cortez Cigar of dollars will be saved in
: Doyle Ethel sailed this
house department
end" toward her ambition to playin I those who fought on the "right"side factory on the county road. i this one instance.
Doyle Amelia Cabot Ira Haycock the inland routeto :. Bondy came especially to
the legitimate drama. morning through OZARK WILL ARRIVE in the various stages of the Arriving on the scene, boxes
meet'with Wm. L treas- I Shrewd Trader
Ralph Kennedy and Harry recharge lights on the Intra- revolution. Bates and barrels in the building were
"My appearance in 'Rain was Howard. No TOMORROW FROM urer of the local Red Cross As chairman of the -
coastal Waterway between appropriation
.Long-robed priests ,walked and found to be blazing and it was
an experiment she said. "It has
Leaving yesterday afternoonwere Name Key and Card Sound. I ter and Wm. W. Demeritt Chap-I I committee, Buchanan :s in
JACKSONVILLESteamship chanted, and incense burned for apparent that the fire was of incendiary -
proved a happy experiment.
18 Martin Uhl-I erintendent-of lighthouses a position to far toward having
passengers: From Card Sound the tender will go
four centuries in the hall in said Chief
great origin Harry '
Now she
wants to play "Maryof mann, Thomas Fitzgerald, W. R.'I proceed to Indian Key Pass and I whose walls stone slabs bearing{,I cuss matters pertaining to activi-' Baker. I'his way in the matter of economy.
Scotland" or "Lady Macbeth.", Porter Norberg Thompson Mabel Everglades City to install bea-I i ties in Key West and Monroe Not only ia he master of his committee -
the.names! of the revolutionary I Since the closing of the
She says it with a peculiarly wisteful Coles Rrederick Wagner Lester Yore, of the Stand- i county. factory, which controls the purr

smile as if she were poking' Marks, John Parks, Pecos Har- cons.Tender Ivy is actively engaged ard Fruit and Steamship company -" martyrs have been set. i' During the stay of the visitors I fires 0'1on.have appeared in the building I strings of the nation but because:
This building one of me- the grounds on half
fun at herself. I land, Francis Johnson, W. H. Malone -I relieving buoys in Tampa Bay. is due to arrive in port this was they were driven over the city in i individual members of the houw
dieval the chal- dozeh occasions and the chief is
China's replies to J
Started In Stock afternoon from, Philadelphia, will I I
J. Lancelot Lester, Alice de Tender is at Key West. for MrBates' automobile and after hesitate to alienate a committee
Poppy lenge of fire. rust and decay. No of the opinion that of
Such ambition she adds take oil and at the Porter groups
an supplies
I Lamar Lucia Davidora Edward repairs to engines.PERSONAL seeing the points of interest, children I from which later they may seek
wood is found anywhere in the playing in the buildingare
"seems as funny as if Helen Dock and sailed for Frontera.
Potter Malcolm Whitaker. Lonie lunched at Delmonico restaurantand favors, he usually comes out on
I successive tiers of 12- possibly responsible for the I
Hayes wanted to be fan I Mexico. structure
a Claude and Malvina Iloff. ; afterward boarded the4Raefor I top where expenditures are co r-
} SANCTIONSBY foot thick brick arches
dancer. I 'Freighter Ozark, of the Clyde- supportthe '
Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon the return to :Miami.I, fires.After cerned.
"Rain" was not the dancer's; 15 had made reservationsfor ENGLISH WOMANLONDON Mallory Lines is due to arrive tomorrow high vaulted roof. : that of yesterday Chief
persons I Baker He has demonstrated his ability
said he will visit of
For several hundred a parents
first Jacksonville years
venture with the drama evening from -
C- the trip to Miami, leaving at sacred shrine of Buddhism (the IMMENSE I DOCKS children in the vicinity of the to hold his own with the senate on
She and Miami New
started in a Kansas City stock i 4 o'clock.JAPAN'S. Ass.etat.d Press) en route to
(try the matter of
spending. too.
company, was a Baby Wampus I Orleans. religion which above all others I factory warn them to keep their
December 11.- warfare and death), this children away from the buildingand When it cornea to adjusting dif-
star in the silent picture days of, Mistress Jane Beik, of Grasmere, Steamship Brazos: of the same opposes GIVE MANY JOBS
ferences between the houses.
thus avoid in two
1927 and was a featured player a; TEXTILEEXPORTCLEADING line, is due in Friday evening beamless temple is now a shrine complications
Westmorland has applied personal
battles the event of future fires. I Buchanan is a shrewd trader.
from Galveston of patriotism glorifying I
few !seasons ago in "The World santions against Italy in a codicil en route to New
Circumstances force him to
Between." York. and the soldiers who fight them. may
I to her will. I FIVE YEAR DEVELOPMENT i sponsor additional emergency ex-

I The codicil revokes a power ofI COUGHS UP WHISTLE t REFRAINS FROM WATER COUNTY BOARDMEETS I penditures in the coming session,
ANCHOR LODGEHAS I appointment which she made in I PROGRAM IN LONDON FUR. Hell do, it-if'convened it is abso-
favor of Colonel Eduardo Benfra- I Forty '
TAKES FIRST PLACE AMONG, NEWARK.-Betty McKinney LINTON, Ind. years NISHING EMPLOYMENT TONIGHTRegular I lutely necessary. That's how
ELECTIONThere tello. husband of her daughterEnid "- 7, of this city didn't have to un- with not a drop of water to drinkis I j I "regular" he is.

ALL NATIONS IN ACTIVITIES to whom she leaves one- dergo an operation, because she the record claimed by John I I|r But he is "economy: bent" and,
fifth of her estate of $600,000 in I'
although he expects "a devil of a
trust for life. coughed as surgeons were preparing Eddy of this city. Tea, coffee I (Br As_Utr4 Press) meeting of the boardof 1 i[I "
to remove a whistle she had and milk have formed his liquid LONDON Dec. 11,-Work is county commissioners is fight, he's ready for it.LEAVES .
She said she had added this;
was an interesting and
swallowed. diet. I proceeding rapidly on the new uled for in the
well-attended meeting of Anchor codicil "in consequence of the i i tonight SChed-1
_..... five-year $8,550,000, development Clerk Ross C. at 8 ON TRIP
Lodge F. &; A. Mn held on Monday (ny A. Press) present unfriendly attitude of the 1- -- Sawyer
evening at which time the OSAKA Japan Dec. 11.lIaving -j Italian government, testified by 1'I'I scheme to widen and deepen the None other than regular routine

following officers were elected wrested first place among the T the violent abuse of England in Thames at the London docks. matters, such as checking the I ABOARD PLANE
cotton textile exporting nations the Italian Steady work will be given 600 depository accounts for November -
for the ensuing term: press. 1 t I
Fred W. Knapp-Worshipful from Great Britain in 1934, 1 Notice To My, Customers men for five years on the project, and busniess left over from

Master. Japan held that place through the which is designed to make the the last meeting are planned for COMMODORE VON MIETKLJUBA -

Jack R. H'nlan-Senior War- first half of 1935 by an increas- I facilities at Royal Victoria and 'discussion.
ing margin. SPECIALS I an vow handlinr STANDARD and KOOLMOTOR Gaso Royal Albert docks the most mod- WILL BRING PAR-

den.John Statistics published by the Ex- I line. I wanted two kind of gasoline in my station so that my ern in the world.

F. yson-Junior War ............_._. ENTS TO KEY WEST
port Cotton Yarn and Cloth Butter Ib .m 3ScPotatoes customer may.choose either one Since October 1, 1935, Sin The depth of water in the basin

den.William Vassay-Treasurer. Traders' Association, with head- 10 Ibs. _._.._._ 2Sc clair has, bee. getting their gasoline oat of the Standard Oil will be increased from 28 to 31 I -

John C. ParkSecretary.The quarters here gave Japan's cotton Spare Rib, tb .._ 2Sc Company tanks. ,at CrianeJl and James streets. There was no feet, and electric cranes installedto AUCTION SALE I Commooore von Mietk-Liuba.

last two named officers goods exports for the first six Broccoli _'- --- 20e} ; reason for me to keep Sinclair Ca at our station a* we were replace the present steam ones. Tonight At 8:00 O'clockI {III. D. Wl l.ft this afternoon

were reelected. months of this year as 1,384-.1 Large Grapefruit -.-- Scf already handling Standard Gas. Not wanting to fool my customers I Particular interest attaches to j I aboard the U. S. Court Guard

000,000 square yards as aganist! Large Cauliflower -- 3ScISc, by selling them Standard Gasoline out of Sinclair the Royal Victoria dock, whose I I FREE PRIZESLarge i plane for Miami from where he

1,001,000.000 for Britain. f Celery pumps, this change was mad from Sinclair to Koolmotor. I famous old jetties built in 1855: I wjjl go to New York ia order to t
In all continents except Europe j I String Bean, ID __ 10e TWO are being replaced by 6,000 feet variety of item for receive his parents who are ar-
Japan outsold Britain. To,,' Apples, 3 for .__u____._.._ lOe t OUR STATION-STANDARD AND TO CHOOSE of new quayage. Able at one I Christmas Gifts to bo offered. riving from Germany to take up

$ca rams Asia including British India, Japan's ,!White Meal 3 for 10e KOOLMOTOR. time to accommodate the largest permanent residence in Key West.

anti k.4UN ( cotton goods exports were Walnuts tt _._._._ 20e PAUL'S TIRE SHOP ships afloat these piers now FRANK JOHNSONColonial :Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-

874,000,000. In North and South TIFT'S CASH GROCERYPhone barely berth vessels of 20,000 Linba is remaining in Key West

WHISKIES AND GINS I America and Africa and Oceania., RAYMOND CURRY p.... Hotel Building to attend to Ute preparations for

I Japan's margin was smaller but 1101 Division St tons.Royal Albert dock will have j I the -Internatie Stamp Exposi

I marked. ,. new quays totaling 5,330 feet. tion.
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TUB CITWElf FIBIJSHUkG CO. IXC.I. Conferences have been called in 1 .. ........................

f, .ABTMASf. r-e.l*>-.t Washington next month looking to the I By Don Herold 1783-Day of Thanksgiving
JOE ALLEN. A_Ut..t .rn.lee.. al..agettam Lowest Highest Florida: Partly cloudy tonight:
creation of new legislation to supplant the. f appointed by Congress "lor hb-
The Citizen Building; Station last night last 24 hoary Thursday increasing cloudiness "
Comer Graeae and. A aA Street N. I. R. A. Out of'these discussions be- r Abilene ........ 46 62 t I followed by rain in northwest: erty achieved.

tween industry and the Administration ] Two csJ/ptried Atlanta 30 62 I I portion.
in Key West and Monroe
Only Dally Nnap Coraty.Catered : will come a decision momentous in the Boston 34 44 f Jacksonville to Florida Straits: 1816-Indiana aWttM to
outnonk j Buffalo .._... 34 38 I Gentle to modreate variable Statehood.1878Discovery.
at Key st." Florida a. second class matter future of the Nation-for if new legislationis -to Charleston 46 66 "I winds, mostly northerly and partly -I I -

"" IFTIf-SlXTH TEAR sought it will be permanent and not temporary Chicago .___.. 16 28 ; ] overcast weather tonight and
ash +' ef rim niter
Member of th;* A;s;etaled Press as was the old act. Denver _. 26 46 t.rhursday. I'I fields at LeaadTiU Ote
I'b.e Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use Detroit _..26 36. East Gulf: Gentle to moderate j
f>. repal>lleaU. of all Hews dispatches credited: to Public statements from industry show Galveston 58 68 winds mostly! northerly to easterly -:

the It or local not news otherwise published eredited this paper and also almost a unanimity of sentiment against Havana __ 10 -1 and overcast weather tonight i I 1918-Ending of 36-4ay arm

further experiments in the field of indus- Huron ..._.,. 22. 24Jacksonville I and Thursday, possibly rain in ex- ;, istice and surrender by Germany
v 48 10 I treme north portion Thursday. I+I
NATIONAL EDITORIAL) .'trial control. It is less easy to gauge sentiment of her submarines, battleships
; 36
Kansas 28
u ASSOCIATION, City'- 1 and destroyers, her gaits in ex-
r <=/Y 1935 among the smaller business houses KEY WEST 64 74 WEATHER CONDITIONS I cess of certain amount, railway
----; I the consumer and labor. Yet no further 1Jr t Little Rock .. 32 5-1 equipment, and evacuation of the

0. Tear _StBSCHIPTIOX..____. ..._u__. RATES $10.00 steps in the direction of curtailing state's i LOs Angeles) 52 '12. Disturbances are central this I left bank of the Rhine.
Louisville .22 U
Six Months .. .' __u__.___._ a o I I :
Three Months-.' no 2.50 1 rights should be taken until these millionswho MIami 60 80 ;morning off the middle Atlantic
Oo Month __-_u___.-__.. S5Weekly NOISY DRIVERS-AND ACCIDENTS 8 coast, over the western Gulf of 193ft-Bank of United State-,
Minneapolis I
-_..... se are so important are heard from.It i N. Y. City, with deposits $2to-
--------r-: New Orleans 54 70 'Mexico and off the north Pacific
ADVERTISING HATES- is difficult to believe that there is I I know that anybody-even the This. in itself,might have beenan New York 42 50 coast. New York City 29.82 000.00, closed.

Made fcaown on application. any genuine sentiment in this country for finest person alive-la apt to have accident If exactly the same Penucola ._... 50 64 I inches. Brownsville, Texas 29.86
SPECIAL NOTICE I an accidental automobile acci result hadnt been achieved by an Pittsburgh ._ 28 48 :inches and Seattle Washington 1931-7 armed convicts escap-
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of another NRA under a different name. dent. anti-noise campaign In England.In St. Louis .._ 24 34 i 29.64 inches; while the northern ed from Federal prwoa. of !AaY.
respect. Obituary. notices etc, will b. charged tor at After the first blush of enthusiasm in the But I've always had a theory five months over there anti- Salt Lake City 28 40 high pressure area has moved enworth, Kans., and kidnaped
the rate of cents a line. I
Notices for churches from which that quiet considerate refined noise efforts resulted In 17 percent eastward the Lake region, warden.
entertainments toy over
summer of 1933 when the Blue Eagle was San Francisco' 50 60 ,
a rey_.. Is to be derived are K cents a line. I kind, courteous people have the i fewer deaths and 7 per cent ____ and extends southward into Ten-I
46 52
The Citizen Is an open formaan? 1 invites discussion firing' high and everyone cooperated to .fewest accidents. fewer injuries.An and Arkansas, Sault Ste. jrinia, and in the north and mid.
of public Issues and subjects 'or general Tampa .._ 52 12 nessee I
Interest. but it will -sat publish fen.v "'! ..*r nravni- keep{ it flying, defects in this form of regi- until There was no. way to prove it oQclal! of the Travelers In- Washington 38 52 Marie, Mich., 30.32 inches and i die Atlantic States. Temperatures
eatlons.IMPROVEMENTS recently.A surance Company told'me a year is also high the cen- have fallen from the Lake region
mentation became apparent. Prices were funny thing has happened in Williston 20 3S pressure over '
ago that If an horns were takenoff tral Rockies and Pleateau region. southward over the lower Misaissippi -
forced upward by arbitrary wage levels.It New York City lately. Some time the East Gulf and
ears accident rate would Salt Lake City. Utah. 30.28 inches. -\ Valley
.* ,
FOR that started anti- TeB
KWESTADVOCATED ago city an rat r*
was found that there could not be justa noise campaign. go down drastically.He was right. p _74 .. Heavy rains have occurred South Atlantic States, with freezing
Highest -
BY THE CITIZEN halfway point in regimentation. A coun- Strangely it has helped in a Don drive so fast or M recklessly Lowest _.A......._-...M ...64 j during the last 24 hours on the I as far socth risen as northernGeorgia in the

try is either free or is eventually enslaved, surprising decrease accidents.In that you have to honk people Mean ...__...__..___--.69. Texas coast. Galveston 2.12 inches and have northern Texas,
one month, since the anti-{ out of your way. I'm not suggesting Normal Mean 71 ; and Brownsville. 1.50 inches, Plains States
1. Water and Sever be,; ..arid the government fixes the prices of the noise campaign has been on. that you take the horn off light rain in western Washington and upper Mississippi Valley.
there have been your car-but It's a good Idea to Rainfall'Yesterday's |! rain from east t;. S. KENNEDY
751 fewer
2. Bridges to coplete Road to Mart- pants in8 Cdunk.I accI- and light snow or
.presser ?
Officer in Charge.
dents and 791 fewer injuries in pretend that you have no horn. Precipitation .0 Ins.j ern. Michigan southward over
land. I Since the NRA was dismantled by the New York City than there: were Incidentally does away witha Normal Precipitation _.. .08 Ins.I ITfcta western Washington and light

$. Free Port. Supreme Court there has been a steady increase for the same period last year.KEY lot of honking. .4iB r at versed A .I.ork_. vm tale:O4-._...r..***.*.***\} snow or rain from eastern Michigan Subscribe U The Gtaen-20eveekly.

4. Hotels and Apartments. I in employment. In fact accordingto Tomorrows Almanac southward over western Vir- .

I Sun rises 7:03 a. m.
the National Industrial Conference 1
5, Bathing Pav"ion. ship in Cuba and take a chance San sets ......,...,....._ 5:39 p. m.
Board, this improvement began late in WEST IN when they arrived here to escape .
6. Airports-Land and Sea. I Moon rises 8:16 p. m.
1934 when the Blue Eagle began to lose the vigilance of the immigration i Moon sets .___'.__._ 9:12 a. m. I MEMORIAL FUNDee
7. Consolidation of Cooncy end City DAYS GONE BYIlappeniegs authorities. That they failed io i: WILL ROGERS
T.w.rr w s
its grip the nation's commerce.
upon by their being inmates I '
now -
Governments. A.M. P.M. Committ for Key West
t All of these facts are part of the Tech Her.As Taken Jest 10 Fr.Year.Ago I of the county jail. I High .11-.37 11:13 Local

story. But they do not reveal national Th Files Of Tt. CitUea Low ______.._. 5:18 4:16Baretar : Date

"Tremble: and obey!" Is the law of sentiment today. Would you want a new I At a meeting of the board of 8 a. -. today

the dictator. NRA? Or not? Write to your Congressman According to advices from Hollywood county commissioners last night, Sea level. 30.03. TO THE EDITOR:
Chas. J. Curry of Key West and
your Senator, or to the National In- Fla. the Norwegian Ship in perpetuating the
Oils with 142.000 bags of ce- I Samuel Wilde of Boston, made WEATH1R FORECAS1 Wishing to have a part
Give! the citizen scandal dustrial Recovery Administration in.Washington talks relative to change being nest beloved and useful
average a a ment, is due in Key West Satur- memory of one of our
day and they threaten to become literary. and make, your views known. day. The cement will be unload I'made Highway in the over route the of keys.the After Oversea along (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) citizens I enclose here with my contribution of
ed here and forwarded to Hollywood Key West and Vicinity: Partly
over the Florida East Coast I'! discussion they were informet cloudy tonight; Thursday increasing the Will Rogers Memorialt

Thp best way to improve Key West is PRUDENCE PREVENTS ACCIDENTSIt Railway. j' out that was the considered route now the being most laid Fund. I understand tha this gift will be added to

to improve yourself. This applies to problems feasible and as all lines had been others from Key West and will go without any

of finance, as well as other matters. will surprise most readers of The Charles L. Ort, of the Ort Real I Decided: on th re was no !/wcsiili- t deductions whatsoever t.o i the National Fund to be
ty Company is expected to arrive -
Citizen to hear that 101,000 persons were in the city either Monday or considered. I expended, also without;any deduction, as the Me-

WrW Government pours out money killed in accidents and that 9,720,000 were Tuesday, a cord ing to a wire received :. i morial Committee may i determine.
like water, some of it sticks to one finger injured,.with 5,100,000 persons being hurtin by Charles II. Ketchujn. The'j t
plane is coming here for the formal comment: It is nature ,
or another; am' the dirtier the finger the their homes. opening of the branch officeof and not the Blue Sky statutes I I Name

more will stick. We hear a great deal about the 36,000 the company in the Vie Realty that gives Key West the beautiful -

.P deaths from motor vehicle accidents .but company's building and will!! make azure heavens and bright sun- "-'I. Address,,..,,..;G -- 4. .. _-_,'.
regular runs between Key West shiny days all winter. Partly ClovWy -'"
not much about the citizens who
An Illinois plumber, blown out of a so 34,500 and Key Largo City. Mr. Ketch- N3
were accidently killed in their homes. In am will}) be manager of the Key cloudiness; gentle to
ditch: by. a gas ezplosic ", executed the West office. Checking up his eighteenth, con moderate easterly winds. I
addition there were 17,500 deaths classi- secutive when he _. .
quickest movement ever recorded of a ring victory --- -- ---
fied "public" and 16,000 "occupa last awarded ref-
as as night was a
member of his craft. Board of Public
Directors the -
tional." eree's decision over Chick Millerof C.l..IIIT.4T.IIII'.IIIIII: AI
Library' met last night to discuss -
Chicago. The fighting was
The conference suggested by I resident proposed changes in the rest I
and furious at times at other
Get all the fun and out of
money your Roosevelt to formulate plans to com and reading rooms which were I limes it laggde but India forced o
business ,an and leave the to determined necessary! after a,.
you worry the fight during the period of
trol this situation should attract consider-
your compe Jtor. Of course that isn't thorough investigation of the fighting, and irv the end was VALUED HOLIDAY GIFTS
Christian-like but it's human. able public attention and may furnish valuable building mad by competent awarded the decision. I
safety information. In the final builders and construction con- S
tractors. The rooms to be changed
analysis, however, helpful results will be will be as attractive as pos. Several other vessels left port o
The Miami Daily News thinks it is impossible secured only if individuals heed the alarm- sible. this morning to join in the search CYPRESS LA FURNITURE

to control a mosquito, and the ing toll and adopt for themselves a policyof i for the Barge Altahomah which

paper is right. Nothing short of death The Thompson Realty com-: broke away from a tug day before

puts a quietus on the pesky critter.Be careful caution every day.who pany announces' the purchase of: yesterday and has not been locat' Prices include setting up but not paintedSINGLE 0
We once knew a man was extremely the property of C. Fremont Dennison ed. The Bayspring and coast

particular in regard to many on ElizabetH street by E. B.i guard vessels Tallapoosa and
a good neighbor.-Jacksonville Parsons of Islamorada. Fla. The I Number 298, are also out searching '
things around his home. He kept a close CHAIR -3)4) .UU
consideration was 8400.
Times-Union. "Love thy neighbor as thy- I
eye on fires, dangerous tools might --

self."--St. :Augustine News. "Love thy entice c&iild and; was, in the opinion of Four Italians. Bruno Labelia) ,I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Barker,I DOUBLE CHAIR 5.50

niglbor"-"but not they neighbor's wife. observers,' ultra, careful. However when 37; Angela Mednra. 44; Fran- of Miami announce the birth ofa 1:
47 DanieHa Pre- in Jackson '. : :
cesea Perla. ; son Sunday morning ,
The increase in the wage scale given one reads news stories that continually tell vedal!, 33, citizens of Sunny Italy, Memorial hospital Mrs. Barker SINGLE ROCKER!).. .. ; ; 4.50 s
of people burned to death at night, of chil- decided to try a stay in the? United has formerly Miss Violet Stephens ,' . ., '
the WPA workers helps to ameliorate the dren burning themselves or taking poisonby States and chose Key West as of Key West, daughter of : -- 3.00

pitiable condition to a considerable ex mistake and other incidents that spell their port of entry. They did not Mr. and Mrs. R. I* Stephens and e CHILD'S CHAIR -
by the regular channelsbut niece of Senator and Mrs. W. IL
tent. That not one worker voted to con- come i
carelessness solicitude of this
death and the preferred to stowaway on a Malone.
tinue the the raise is II 6.50STABLE
strike shows
ap- individual father does not seem to be far- I I LAWN BENCH

preciated.The fetched. I-
I 3.50 0

Citizen is positive we will get a I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
road to the mainland, but we. want it over THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF \ 1-
I f > '
the highway, (completed"with'' the exception .. KEY WESTas FOR YOUR} BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORS

,of bridges over two water gaps,) and (Miami Herald) y i "

not over the F. E.r'. roadbed. If thW The strike of 1,300 Key Westers against wage at the close of bvuae; November 1, 1935, I Field Cannon._$ .75 Gunboat ...$ .75

alternative is proposed. it will be strenuously -I provisions of the works progress administration Comptroller' Call ;. Large Cannon 2.50 Bombing Plane ..___ .95 S

opposed. clearly illustrates the need for highway connections RESOURCESLoans I Heavy Artillery 2.00 Machine\ Gun ---- 1.25

-. -- between the island and the mainland if the and Investments 304,748.10 ;
Ammunition tube
I lOc
per !
It's the season when we :nay expect city is to endure. 89.14
Banking House. Furniture
the arrival of yc ng ladies ,,.-ho have sub- This uprising notified the government that and Fixtures 33,929.76Stock

scriptions for magazines to sell so they more than half of the heads of families on the island of the Federal Re- t I FOR YOUR GIRL-DOLLS LOW PRICED TOYS
serve Bank ,.,. .,...,..,......a 4,500.00 ,
may continue their studies at ochool, but cannot find work to pay them better than Temporary Federal Deposit 0
most of us will not fall for this scheme $7.50 a week. Because if any of them. could Insurance Fund J' 1954.01 a II ,

again as we have graduated in this schoolof they certainly would not continue on a federal United States Obligations: Government direct -- I ; i e OUR. STORE AND SELECT ERI 05iE-EgE

experience long ago. dole. anteed$602,788.13 and fully guar I IS BOUND TO: BE FOUND

There is nothing to indicate that business Other''Marketable Bonds f" .... ..I + 1 <"' THING THAT MEETS A PAR I

Colonel Knox, a Republican, who has will improve as fast in Key West as {it has in Mi- i and Securities 178,668.49. / TICULARGIFTPROBLEAl'-
Cash and toe from Banks 277,678.38 1,059,035.00. 4. ,
presidential aspirations] i-i an address in ami for instance where any one with ambition or

Indianapolis ?ast menU said that duringa skill can find work in private industry. Unless the t.- a $ << I

r a \ in Washington "one of the worst ex- federal government wants to reconcile itself to a LIABILITIES .

hibitions of boondogling" brought to his permanent boondoggling program in Key West, or Capital 100.000.08 South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. &
attention was the use of relief workers to intends to move most of the residents Surplus and Undivided Profits 64,207.18 v

decorate ,Key West saloons and nightclubs should come quickly to some decision about bridge Deposits: 1240037.85 1 a

Things like this give comfort! to the ing the water gaps.otherwise !- $1,404,245.01<< 1' 0 Phce S9S White and El'za Streets S

Republican campaign and ( discontent is sure to recur in Kay .
managers serveas
u-Jae..f Federal Raserv System
"Y 081' home is worthy of the best"
cannon fodder to blast the Dem&cratic 'Wett, and all the rosy dreams of reconstructions .
MamWr of Federal Deposit .lacaraac Corporatioa

administration. come to naught. '. ., .: a .. "' '' '

1 -


I HIGH C08lR4CEenrdraca ,- SERIES DATAThe Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company '

SPORTS and fielding Effective D c*.I"r 22a % 1935.S .
t ....__: batting averages -
: for t&e qsxiff' series 6- So. CC/BA..

:DrataaEkat4b4ns1 'watch tine only the fury Leave I tweeze the Busy Bee Bakers and Leaves Port Tampa on Sundays and Wednesdays at 2--0

Jeu...rf ..,....(. .frtn/s.wnwtk'.JUw rvtOTM1. oid.K/>.. the court room. Bailiff will you bar Firemen follow: P. 1C. arriving Key West 7 A. M. Mondays and Tboaf1llk,*.
.....,.. .America sad takes cur.. tb* doors!* I t Player- AB It. H. Ave. Leaves St. Petersburg ra. Sunday at 416 '?. 2C. arrMftc-
m./ Jkn f
f anuwOTtfc.* Wit* tka kelp: .f joksi.sw.s bad, given his Instruction to the I BY JOVE"SOFTBALL" Hifgs .....___.104 4. .400 Leaves Key West Mondays and Thursdays! 80 A. )L
lea,fotmd skow end Ann WEd tcttck -- fury and they had filed out. Farley ,A. Acevedo _13 1 2 .153 for Havana.

=.. etateria weed tktrmd and Crocker conferred with the district Ward __. ..IS 3 4 .307 Leaves Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 5 P. M. for Port

rfctaoofc of: t.rmt MOfccr A'ew.A k*.if wa taking at {,,a. attorney Farley In heated I I Sweeting .......-_ 613 ..500J. Tampa, Fla.

tin ./ (.. .u.cta,. tones. GAMES ARE BECOMING J M IFERA TEN DOWNS Roberts 924 .444 For farther inf riat*_ and rate caD Phone 14.

Judge Kellogg and Lenholm sat at I 1 Alfonso _.._10 2 4 .400 J. H. COSTAR A.nL

Chapter 41 a table perusing;the transcript which i Wickers _....._ 8 1 1 .125
LeiLholm quickly flipped to pages VERY POPULAR IN. VARIOUS PLACES i SCHOOL PLAYERS! Rueda 812 .250
containing testimony he believed the Bethel ._...6 2 2 ..333J.
'"]\/f/ T boat she behind and at right judge would need. I '' 4$ 1 Navarro 610 .000

of ttt girls Indian told Anne watched the audience with (toy A*** lat PTC**) I I *!* !Administration ten defeated -;] Bareelo _._ 202 1.000
'Kellogjr. interest John was in the first! row I S1IAM1f na_ Dec. II.-A -pik- Each team is maintained by its J: the: High School outfit yesterday M. Lopes _12 1 S .250
beside Tecla talking to her earnestly. ers game" they called it when it respective: city department club | _
-Wat happened there at the I "by*a 13 to 6 score in a reg-a-j t Molina __ _.12 0 3 .250
Once be looked up looked at her first was played in Minneapolis church merchant. A number :
timer or Hernandez .-.3 0 1 .333
I tar Social- League at Bay-
a long moment, then smiled. Anne i game ) GREAT
-Lady she climb et on beat like I some 20 years ago--but diamond- of junior leagues also are listed yiew Par Albuf7 5 0 1 .200

she get tojrap. Somebody say load felt.a He flood hadn't at happiness doubted rash her;throughher. he had ,:]j ball has all but chased the national whose: games climax at the end I I .The leaders of the game was I,. Castro ..-12 3 2 .400 '
Anne.' She Ur "round. Shot he neglected her only in order to save pastime out of Florida. of the season in a junior world..Skip Reeds with four safeties in Salinero .._. ..,11 3 4 .400 -

t |wand.Think If boat not dip on ware her. She hugged the thought to her. Too, the vest-pocket edition of J series. five times tip and caught five C. Vidal 5 1 1 ..200J.
abe ) Die." baseball, known elsewhere as Women, too have organized 3 .300
.hot. He had stayed beside her until she fly balls in the outfield. E. Rob- Garcia _10 1
Anne eat horrified; then her surmise was >passed> the danger line then "playground," "!'Oft," and "kit-t teams and even Seminole Indians erts and II. Lopez hit two safely Brady .._ 711 .142

was correct. Br the grace of a rushed forth for evidence which ten" ball has made serious in-I play the game. {'I in three times up. Joe Pinder hit [J. Walker ____ 510 .000

ware which had rolled her boat. Lee might be lost It be waited too long. roads into sand-lot and intra-city Last year, 148,418 spectators': three in four chances. P. CarboReQ 412 .500 eI

Farnsworth aad not she waa dead. The time sped by. The judge re- baseball enthusiasm. witnessed games in Miami. j I I In the field J. Moore A. !J. Carbonell ___ 6 1 1 .166

And Crocker. Rob Crocker. to whom turned to his bench the jury to its Miami sports directors: have At Minneapolis, birthplace of Knowles and Gonzalez for the Gabriel __ 812 .250 I

ahe once entrusted her future had box and silence lay over the courtroom figures purporting to show more the game more than 25,000 players 'I ABO boys and Wickers, Rueda Ie. Garcia --r.r. 300 .000

bought cartridges for the weapon without need of the ba i1f's than 2,000.000 players forming and .100 diamondball parks!1 i, arid Barker for the Office ten
which had fired the shot. gaveL 60,000 organized amateur clubs are scattered about the city. At-, were the stars. I Other records I

"Witt Deer did yea see any of Judge Kellogg arose-"I will call engaged in the game at 1,000 lanta is becoming: diamondball .I Score by innings: '"R. H. E. Pitchers-Ward won two; Walk .

the occupant In other boats close to Thomas J. Farley he said. lighted and many more unlighted conscious and St. Louis boasts a I High School- 1 I er won one; Castro lost two;1 1i ;
Hiss Farnsworth rt Tom Farley aroset Anae thought parks in the United States. high grade professional league I I 200004O00-6l0 4 i nlm lost one. I

The Indian'a lip set la a stubborn his face was unnaturally white as he Ernest Seil rt director: of ?IiI under direction of George Sister, I Administration Most struck oQtr45alienro{ .21
line. went- to the witness" chair. I IMr. I ami's recreational department former St. Louis first basemanand I 103 141 12x-IS 16 5.!I I J. Walker 2. I II

"Come on, Charlie you wouldn't Farley Kelloggs voice was 'credits, part of its popularity to American League battingchampion. I Batteries: B. Pinder and J. I Most times walked-J. Car-i
stern bitter"on direct examination
;hare this girl hanged becaue you're said Miss Farnswoith thefact that it can be played 1[Pinder; E. Ro:.erts and J. Rob- 'boneS 2, Wickers 2.
i afraid to talk."Nitka'fraid!'" yon angry without extensive investment for DiamondbaU in outline is erts. Stolen bases-J. Roberts 2.
at having been cut out of Luke Kara, e I
baseball with a shorter infield an j two-base hits 2.
Most Lopez
the man protested. worth's will and that ahe sought to. equipmentA' (I -
Boat know sore. Only know girl I cause trouble among: the fishermen 1 *{:,.j5oft" ,ball gloves for the enlarged ball 9 to 12 inches in .....5eeeeseseee.eee..e Sweeting 2. Hale: J. Carbonell,i __

mot hoot." because she wished to destroy the first baseman and catcher regulation circumference a lighter bat an I,I. Salinero, Alfonso Hig s and Her-,

"Well. tells what aome of the morale of the fisheries. Is this truer' *'' catcher's mask and bats added shortstop who is called Today's nandez, 1 each.

men nearby looked like. "It is,"snapped Farley. are.all needed,' be says. "shortfielder"' and the underhand -]!I. Anniversarieseeseeeeeeeeee. Ward struck out 6, Higgs 2, t Yes>

"All dress same.All wear slickers .In Miami alone there are 2- pitching delivery. Castro 2, Walker: 0.
big hats. One closest to her he wear .'A CCORDING to your testimony 500 players on 93 teams divided The pitching mound is 37 1-2 ..e.......e Ward walked 6, Higgs 9, Castro Give her a General \

fancy sweater under coat Red." you first noticed her activitieson into city civic church and industrial feet from the plate instead of 1766-James 'Fennell, noted 3, Walker 7. EieetrkRefrigenetor

Judge Kellogg reached for a bundle or around July 15th. Is this date leagues. Each league the 60 feet, five inches in base American actor-tragedian bornin Hits off. Ward 16 in 18 Innings for dhristmaul -

Neuman handed him. He unrolled correct r* has its own park brilliantly lighted ball. DiamondbaU pitching can England. Died in Philadelphia Walker 13 in 13 innings

it, disclosed a turtle neck -It IL" for night games where an be highly effective. No-bit games June 13, 1816.1803Hector Higgs 7 in 8 innings, Castro 4 in
sweater of scarlet with Interwoven "Mr. Farley you were present at average of two contests weekly are common and nineteen strike 13 innings. NOt

lines of purple and blue. After Introducing the drawing up of Luke Farns- are played during the sevenmonths' outs in one game is not nn- Berlioz, French
It as an exhibit he turnedto worth's final will were you not!'* season usual composer born. Died March 8, ing engineer sometime chief geologist -, MONTHLY

the Chinook. "I-I was." ... .. 1869. of Japan, born at North J M
"Conld this be ItT* "Yon knew the conditions of that ampton Mass. Died Aug. 30,
will did you not!'* 1920. _
"Yes. Pretty. The black eyes glittered : 1813-CTtemence S. Lozier,
"I.well I didn't know an of them.I .
with enjoyment of the
gay I New York's pioneer woman UNTIL
color. reached Luke's bedside a little late FOLLOWING THROUGHeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1837-Henry Morton scientist,
homeopathic and fem-
for the first part""But physician first president of SteVens In-
"Are The bronze yon surer brow wrinkled. "No yon were there early enoughto .*eee*.I........................ inist Died, born at Plainfield N. J. stitute of Technology, Hoboken MARCH fl _

sure" he compromised "just think. know that Anne Farnsworth I have just read in the papers assertion. It will be a two-mil April 26, 1888. N, J, born in New York. Died

White Deer wish to be right.White would come Into control of the can where A. Lunn is-pitching great lion dollar gate it is said. May 9, 1902.1843Robert. Only a small down
neries upon the marriage of Rob 1822-George D. Cummins, payment needed
Deer American wrong no man. ball in Fort Lauderdale althoughhe
*"" "
founder and first bishop of the Koch, famed
Crocker to any person other than
"That's a fine idea Charlie too bad The last ,
has lost some games.
-others haven't the same feeling. Anne Farnsworth did you not?* Max Baer still is strutting hither Reformed Episcopal Church, born German bacteriologist and medical -
"Yes." contest he pitched in, he won and if here were still the near Smyrna DeL Died at Luth- scientist, born. Died May
You're excused. yon as
Junior Order of Amer- The West Electric Co.
from the
"Hale Carson Beit.' If you please "Then why didn't you. between ican .Mechanics by a 6 to 3 score. world's No. 1 lover and fighting erville Md., June 26, 1876. I 28, 1910. Key
Mr. BaiUd"Anne June 15 and August 3, inform Miss man. Yet in the current editionof
watching Farley and Rob Farnsworth of her ownership?" Mickey Ubieta hit a home run. In the magazine "Esquire", Ernest 18S5-Benjamin S. Lyman{ 1849-Ellen Key. Swedish au-
Crocker,saw them exchange startledclan.ce. -I didn't know that there was any another contest he secured: the : Hemingway devotes approxi- Philadelphia's geologist and min- '.thor born. Died April 25, 1926. ..,,
occasion to do "snapped Farley. only safety of the game for theCo1ist *
the 80.
as sturdy cannery man : mately three in damning
--- -
Guard Rascals --- --
Judge Kellogg motioned to Len-
entered and was sworn in as a wit. I the same Mr. Baer for publicly
holm, who brought a long white envelope
ness. exhibiting the human trait of
"Mr. Carson what duties to him.He opened it and fromit I
your fear in front of the Joe
took a photostat. Yanks and Indians exchange negro -.
"Mr.Farley. I hold here the photo pitchers. Johnny Allen will weara Louis.
"General caretaker of the Farnsworth I _
canneries. stat of a marriage license recordedon Cleveland outfit next year and 4I

"Where were you the night of August the books of the city: clerk: at Monte\ Pearson will be on the II Joe Louis fights Paulino in New FIRMSWho
3rdT"Hanging'" Hoquiam, Washington." mound for the New York American York the 13th and Gastanaga in

around the cannery. Farley started. His face flooded Leaguers. This is only a Havana on the 29th. That's two

There was trouble brewing among crimson then paled to a sickly rumor but there is something in big fights in' 16 days.
the fishermen and we figured I'd white. the air. -
better keep an eye to the buildings." "I believe your signature Is here Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemJVED
as witness.The photostat shows that
"Did yon see any of your employers Kid Chocolate is making a
at the time?" on June 1st. Sharlee Jane Farns- Overflow crowd is expected at great comeback. He has won his

""Sure that Is.the young ones Mr. worth was married to Robert the Rose Bowl contest. Printers'! last aix fights by knockouts. His

Crocker and Mr. Farley. Crockerwas Crocker. ink has yet to touch the paste last victim was Pelon Guerra of
there all evening." John was watching her anxiously.: board that will be Rose Bowl Mexico last Saturday in three Star American Coffee
Anne sighed with relief. Then the It was to him she gave her smile ol football tickets but opinions pre- rounds. JOHN C. PARK TIFT'S
confidence: and unconcern the NOW OFFERED IN
murderer couldn't have been he,and vailed that Stanford and

perhaps her trust hadn't been so news. ern Methodist will play to a south-I THREE GRADES'
flagrantly misplaced. 'Tom Farley why did you keep In the local basketball league FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
city audience of 89,000 328 SIMONTON ST
"But Farley took off in a gilnetter Anne Farnsworth from her legal Year's afternoon. Never in 20;i: the outstanding players so far are STAR, lb. 25e SPECIALTY
soon after the fishermen left. rights? Why have you persecutedher C. Smith, Parks.. Cates, Hale and ib 1101 Division Street
selection popularly
a so LARGO 1&
in this trial years II
"Do remember how Farley I Curry, A. "
you Sweeting in scoring.
Stanford's choice
accepted as P L U M BIN G
dressed at the timer Farler was silent. ; Woodson
of the Wild Galloping Mustangs i{. Smith, W. Adams v. & s., Ib., 15e and VINES PHONE 29
"I'll tell you why because you Texas. brothers. Cooper and Albury have

-\,Eli_it was kinds chilly so I hoped to put her out of the way before from been playing a great defensive ROASTED IN KEY WEST

loaned him a sweater of mineI anyone who knew of her rights I game So far the Busy Bees SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
could find her. That's DURO PUMPS -
And I
keen round the cannery and a Max Schmeling is due to arrive have won their games but the High Groceries

lIcker and sou'wester." hereby murder charge Anne you Farnsworth with an attemptto and the .in this, : country: Thursday.i'I' School and the Park Tigers will PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR OOFFEE MILL NURSERY

i "Is this' the sweater' ?" actual murder of Lee Farnsworth." Says he will knock out James J.'' give them a fight for the top po- Complete Line Fresh
"Sure. that's It. I wondered what Braddock in June -and then whip'', sition. The WPA five, the weak- 5.J2 Greene Street
Anne stupefied by what she had
.he'd donewith: It-" That est club in the league will get PHONE 348 Fruits and Vegetables
That/will heard looked at Tom Farley.Had he Joe Louis in September. Phone 256' PHONE 597
be alL"A
tried to kill her that night In the the Louis-Schmeling fight will be : started soon and a real league

courtroom.dead silence Anne settled looked over around.the dark? Could this man, who had the biggest fight in history is his twill be going within a week. r

Flanked along the railing; were the known her since babyhood who had --- SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE hERE

deputy sheriffs an on the alert. Be- lived on her foster father's bounty INS U RAN C E
J.wfub 2 lbs. 35cYellowtail
actually have fired the shot Intendedfor ,
wiMered she wondered what would
happen next She'turned back to her? l Steak. 2 aha. 35c 1 rs /

Judge Kellogg. He was facing the She watched his face eyes narrowed Yellowtail o. Bone. 2 Iba. 2Sc Office 319 OuTal Street -

district attorney. Although in thought he had He was a lawyer. ,Engraved GreetingCARDS Grouper 2 Iba. 2Sc '
"Are yon ready to ask for a dismissal practised but little SUNDAY STAR
he knew the Iba. 2Sc
?" Ansel asked."There evidence brought Supper
is no motive" the man answered against him would convict Suddenlyhis Magna Fish. 2 aha. 2Sc TELEPHONE N0.1Sabscriphon
uneasily. shoulders straightened and a $2 Per Year

"Very well. Kellogg turned back smile crossed his face. FRESH SHRIMP Try lent 11..1. A'
"I fired the shot.he I ICey West's Only -THEFresh -
to Judge Benson. "If it pleases the admitted and Large Select Oysters Sunday -
court. I will produce a witness who over the audience a ripple of indignation Crab Meat i. lb cane 6Sc Paper lmonico Restaurant
will provide evidence that there is sounded. "And I am sure PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLEN
a man present in this court room at when I have Introduced my witnesses Ba.iDeOffice Citizen B.dweiM.. Eeer .._ lie

this moment who would benefit by and the testimony they will LOWE FISH COMPANY Bairaint
Coarse Dra..n
Six ,
the death of Anne Farnsworth.Failing give, any jury will agree with me j Over 500 Different Samples To Select From jpy' ---
that It the 151 5Oc. 1Sc. aad SSe
; to" achieve that he assisted In was defendant In this PHONE PHONE 51 -
case who was guilty of the death of
having her incarcerated as a felon
Lee Farnsworth."
for the duration of her life. Priced Low
"May I proceed?" (CoryrigM. ills 'y Jtannt Soieman) AARON MCCONNELL
"Proceed, but first we will have a Street WrapPRITCHARD
OF ENGRAVING 536 Fleedsg
Ann learnt, 40
tomorrow of the
recess of fifteen minutes, during; miracle which has *av" /W. ped in every package CHESAPEAKE BAY

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Today's Horoscope With GREETING CARDS Wat PRINTING DIp1fW.
SOCIAL LEAGUE :I Doetoe Served Any Style and besay.
DONE BY US tI'ed! Cooked or Raw, to

STANDING Today's native will be ingenious I For Distinctive Cards, Call at or Phone LiCEIItiED _MBAI __ put of cit7.I .
with artistic tastes, and with I WATCHMAKER JEWELER -mE-- HOT SOUSE EVERY

........................ many friends among the oppositesex. AND ENGRAVER AaI...... SerYMe SATURDAY
; The mind is a little toe AR T MAN
See Him For Your Next Wad PRESS
Club- W. L. Pet tortuous and the disposition ma 7 Niee Jaiq Stoke
Wild Cats ._n"_ 3 2 .600 be passionate and too resentfulAt I citizen B1i8. LADY ATTENDANT'
some period of the life a critical H...... a to 12-1 to 6 WELLS LUNCH ROOM
Administration .--.3 2 .600
time will be "encountered a P H 0 N E 51
CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51 Op.a S Salar" Nigkt. Phen. Never Sleep P1ene 07.W toO S..tUrd 51.
High School .___..._'__ 2 3 .400 when all the friends will be needed

Transfer Corner ___ 1 3 .250; therefore be-careful .not tot

Sanitary Department 0 1 .000 alienate them.

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SOCIETY Birthdaysi.: ;I We take this means of expressing I
:-: : -: CARS RECEIVED IN OIL PRODUCTS, r ooooooa oo our sincere appreciation to Te'rUMnM aa awni of" WVwtfriillMM .
t_................................................ !i. .1.1i Annie J. Cannon of Harvard'i: our many friends who assisted as1 rAR1Y e..t.1 i HAXTOVIN.Dance anarchy k.i+ststm tw _fan d.a
FOR CHRISTMAS .... .... ......... ,University one of the world's.foremost in the time of our great sorrow! _..*. olxtr r MV....a. ...... .v.rrwhw.

Division Street P.-T. Assn.Conducts Explaining his action in changing -t'i PERSONAL born woman astronomers the sudden death of our beloved!I! C.V.seas .Me.__b.ttls.I. .. v... ru.......
front Sinclair to Koolmotor 1? a' Dover Del. 72 years ago.,| one, Mrs. Louise Elizabeth Aguiar.i j

Meeting Tuesday RUBBER-TIRED VEHICLE TO products Raymond Curry of:]; ..- .:' We extend our heartfelt thanks to j i,! J same'. LeaUag 8.t.i"THE
Paul's Tire Shop states on tjie STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, Dr. Ada L. Comstock president -:1 I the donors of the beautiful floral iI iI i
BE USED THIS YEAR IN. front page of today's paper tha> INDIGESTION victims why of Radcliffe College Mass-Jc I offerings and those who gave the I j SEMINOLE
I '
December meeting of the Di Christmas Tree Committee requested STEAD OF OLD REINDEER- this was done for the benefit of suffer! For quick relief geta born at )Moorhead Mrniu, 59 use of their cars.
sion Street School Parent-Teacher that all Room :Mothers:\ I his customers. free sample of UDGA a doetoe's years ago.Mayor LUIS AGUIAR

meet with her Thursday afternoon DRAWN SLEIGH When the super service station prescription' at Gardner'aPharmacy. MRS J. H. WILLIAMS
Association was held yesterdayafternoon 2 o'clock at).,er home at 1009Grinnellstreet gj was constructed! a-' shortAwhile : l' 3 ; i Fiorejlo H. ,LaGuar's decll-lt AND FAMILY.
with Mrs. William '' ,:nov 20-2142-27.28-29dee4-5-6 of New York born I ;
and assist in selecting Santa Claus this year instead ago it was the' fntentieir'of the I City there,I -
Doughtry presiding. The meeting gifts for the several of his reindeer-drawn sleigh, will owner to carry:two kinds of gasoline .. .1}-12-13* 53 years ago. .
opened with the P.-T A. song grades.It ride on rubber tires as he makes and oil products. 'At 0"first J,' t.OST': ---- i i PALACE
and the Lord's Prayer. was decided to present a his Christmas calls depending on the station handled Standard c89}1 I Judge E. Marvin\ Underwood of Reb Russell in I;I
of Secretary door prize at the Christmas tree the harnessed I' the U. S. District Court of the I I!
Because of the absence horsepower that is Sinclair. Recently the, change!\ 1 LOST-Key Ring with seven RANGE WARFARESerial _
Mrs. Amelia Cabot, the I i entertainment to be held 2 o'clock concealed under the sleek and from Sinclair: to Koolmotor vast! keys. Finder will please notify Northern District of Georgia I -sa
secretary's report was made by in the afternoon of December 17. shining hoods of the new 1936 made. '> Box W, Citizen Office. I,born in Douglas Co., Ga., 58 years '! and Comedy ". ""'ylJ". FlorMaCHAS.

Miss May Sands. Report of the A check of the parents presentat model automobiles. Perhaps his "d .. l" ;, decl l-2tz I::ago. FFrederick | Matinee 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-lSc I B. GJU En. Manager
treasurer was read by Treasurer, the meeting showed that IRss most cherished and most appre- ....................... A b maq homo-Ilk iaatttatloa
I j! where yon will find your fadivIdualeemfer5
}frs. C. W. Goethe. I May Sands and Miss Susie Gard- ciated gifts will be registration i BICYCLES B. Kilmer of New I' sad eBtertatemevt a> matter
Principal Duncan reported on i ner had the largest percentage attending certificates to new automobiles PERSONAL MENTION Brunswick N. J.. pharmaceutical of great Importance.

the distribution of articles to the| and Miss Linton Vitte which fit neatly into the Christ- ........................ BICYCLES-WE RENT by the I'Conn.chemist, 84 born at Ghapinville KEY WESTCOLONIAL I A steel fireproof--o-.......* locate i
poor and needy at Thanksgiving,I land,I Miss Miriam Carey had the mas stocking that hangs over the Hour Day or Week. Repair years ago. !. the kewtof tho city
time. Mrs. Skelton of the Maga-' greatest number. fireplace. Mrs Amelia Cabot who was in all makes and paint them with HOTELIn -
zine Committee reported on ac- The next meeting of the organization Which is only another way of Miami for a few days visiting her Nu-EnameL We carry a full I Sol A. Rosenblatt lawyer- and Every Shower Room Bath with,Combination Radio, Electri Tub
that the sister Mrs. Luis Mendez returned the 'New Dealer administrator born the Center of the Business Ceiling. Fan, Slat Door for Summer
tivities of that section. will be held in the after- saying motor car is goingto supply of parts. Agent for
Mrs. Claude Albury in additionto noon of the. second Tuesday in play a more important part in this morning by plane. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And :at Omaha, Nebr., 35 years ago. and Theater District Mattreaae Ventilation.of Comfortable Inner Spring Bed COB wit,

rendering her report from the January. { Christmas sales activity this year I sell them as low as $5.00 traction and IndlfMaal ReadIng .-
than; ever before, due to the fact Mrs.\ Mdlvina Hoff left by plane down and $1.00 per week. Frank' W. Lovejoy presidentof First CIaaru.proof- Lamps
that the yesterday afternoon for Miami to the Eastman. Kodak Co., Sensible Rat.
new models were broughtout I Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.Dovl8tf Starts
a full two months ahead of spend a while with relatives and I Rochester N. Y., born at Concord 78 R_.. Private Bath __,_ XMse
Visitors Greatly Arrange ProgramFor R_ ,...
time. friends. i N. H., 64 years ago. Gar. Elevator Private Bath. ---
LJlf'BI _
R .. .
\t Private
Bath S M
HereMrs. Coming Tea I ____ R_ _-,.._ ...
Enjoy Stay "Taking cognizance of this fact PRINTING-Quality Printing at .a Private Bath
i B. Popular Prices Sample ROOM. Private Bath .....
Commodore Frederick George Longan general I.
and the greater interest in new Wagner, the Lowest Prices. The Art-
Bert Harris and Mrs. The first of a series of seasonal cars as the result of the early i owner of the Yacht Paula Louise' man Press. sag? II manager of the Kansas City Star | INCREASE OCCVPAHCTlike FOR DOCBLJi

George Lutain left over the high- affairs planned by the Key West auto shows this season. Ford and member of the Miami Beach born ,at Holden, Mo.. 58'ye ) ..

way this morning after spendinga Hospitality' League of Key West dealers all report that they have: Yacht Club who was in Key West 1 PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed:,\ 1 r ", -- -

few days with relatives and will be held in 1I0spitaJitJ''House already received many orders for yesterday left' in the afternoonfor cards 125. The Artman
friends. This was Mrs. Lutain's on Duval street Sunday afternoon tie new Ford for Christmas delivi'yl" !. Miami. Press aug7 I ago.CHILDRENS :
first visit to Key West and they from 4 to 6 o'clock. A tea wul' ( said Benjamin Trevor local I 11t i

both expressed themselves as having be given in compliment''to' wihter Ford dealer. "We believe, that .Mrs. Mabel Coles left by plane FOR RENT 1 A Cake Of Ice
had a wonderful time while visitors. more new automobiles will be sold yesterday for Miami to spend a CDLDS':
Mrs. Norberg Thompson chairman for Christmas delivery this year while with relatives and to meet LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -" 1
here.They were house guests of Mr. of the league asks that all than have heretofore been pur-' Mr. Coles chief purser of the P. -2 bed rooms conveniences -
-and Mrs. Walter Johnson 909 visitors in Key West -''and i others chased during the whole month of' and O. S. S. Company. porches. 519 Elizabeth gel d t

Southard streetEduardo who may arrive between this date December. Street. novlS tea v{ I q I

and Sunday, attend the tea. "The motor car is, of course Attorney Wm. H. :Malone left I wosn9, z g, '
Garcia Weds A goodly number of those who the perfect Christmas gift becauseit by plane yesterday afternoon for FURNISHED APARTMENT' s It tta.e I 1.

could be reached have been in- brings happiness to the owners Miami and expects to return tomorrow Modern conveniences 628,,
Angela Davila vited and have been requested to and to their' whole families duringthe or Friday. White street or call .at aiti'sJ .

impart the invitation with others whole year. Formerly, with Barber Shop nov! I| r

Eduardo Garcia and Miss An- whom they may contact. new models coming out in Jan- Martin Uhlmann. WPA re- i
gela Davila were married on Monday During the winter months there nary no wise investor would buya gional director and his assistant FURNISHED APARTMENT with I !
r evening 8 o'clock at the will be a number of entertainments last year's model and suffer the Thomas Fitzgerald who were in electric ice box. 1001 Eaton I a
Catholic Church. given by the league and new model depreciation. Now all Key West for two days lookingover phone 879-J. nov9-lmox r 'rf r

The attendants to the couplewere I the members are anxious to haveas that is changed and our establish- affairs of the local adminis- I 1
Mr.\ and Mrs. Benigno many visitors as can find it ment has scores of prospects for tration, left yesterday afternoonby NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT .
Sanchez.A possible to attend. the purchase new Fords. Many\ plane for Miami. with garage. Apply 827
fathers are also considering the Duval street. ocU9 ''S! -r '
reception was held following Sunday afternoon tea will be t 1 st :
the ceremony at the home of the poured by Mrs. Wm. R. Porter, purchase of Ford roadsters or Subscribe to The Citizen. I t ; I iiJ! :"l i iII
for their FOR SALE ,
bride. Mrs. Lewis Pierce. Mrs. William coupes sons or daughterswho ,, f r
"The newlyweds are now at I R. Warren and Mrs. Wm. H. Ma-\ are in college. And here the The Key West Electric Company I FAST FREIGHT SERVICE f
Ford certainly has the edge on all SECOND SHEETS-600 for BOc.
home at 519 Catherine street. lone.
other makes because the young- TO HOLDERS OF FIRST MORTGAGE The Artman Press. ang7 from and to ,

sters certainly have a decided FIVE PER CENT FIFTY YEAR COLD I Boston New York Miami
........................ TAKE FALSE TEETH preference for the flashing ac- I BONDS COMPANY OF THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Twe Jacksonville, Galveston, FOODSTUFFS kept In our all metal ICE

COMING EVENTS celeration and the smooth powerof bundles for 6c. The Citix, Of- I REFRIGERATORS are aa cool, fresh and
Under the
........................ DALLAS. Texas.-Police of the Ford V-8 motor. I the Mortgage KinkingFund or Deed of provisionof Trust. fice. .ctl' New Orleans and BeyondCLYDEMALLORY healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
,this e.\fc? bad tori time wwfetttandCng "Present uv<{vc t a\\& are that dated August f. tmf, A WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11 abort Company and State Street'Trutt T7PEwRmltD: PAPEBbDD: i KelrvgeraXor* ace o'3.M., fefemX V-TOaC
t what John Scota na ; ; grove anti
:: \ Jtrtf
ComDaa7. of Soeton- \ \ \1." a6safuef\r e Monroe-"Together We Uve"with teU them. ScoU victim ofa cheats, 7Sc. .The Artmtn Press
was even more popularrith the buying derelgned Trustee hereby giveC t From New York every Tuesday
Ben Lyon and Sheila Man- holdup. When the robbers public than its predecessor the I notice hat until December II. illS, .rzg1.f
From Boston $20.00
at twelve Saturday
noon it will receive every
ors. Also "Personal Maid Sec found he had no money they took 1935 model which sold over a sealed for the sale ,t up
ret." his false teeth hindering his milttorucars during the past year of the above :=sal"n to absorbthe From Jacksonville Miami sad EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
sum of Four Thousand Nine BENJAMIN LOPEZ f!I New Orleans two weeks
Palace "Range (Warfare" speech.of and led. all of its competitors .bya Hundred and Forty Dollar ($4.I I every
with Reb RusselL wide margin in sales." '40.00) or any part thereof. Inter HOME !

Pena's Place- :30-5:30 P. .M. 1936"* with Jack Benny and on est December on bonds %purchased S. The right will ia cease p I ServingKey West :

The cocktail hour. Eleanor Powell, BAPTIST TO HOLD I served. to, reject any and all proposals Half Century 2UM4 Thompson Ice Company Inc.
: lace-"Accent 1 on Yonth" : 24 Hoar Ambulance Service '
"Bayview Park-7:30; P. M"., : STATE STREET TRUST COMPANY .
C. E
with Sydneyand, Herbert By S. H. Licensed Embalmer SMITH
Sylvia Wolcott. Vice Preside
Amateur hour and community Boston. Massachusetts, West Fla. PHONE NO. 8
Marshal ROLL CALL SERVICE December Pnone 135 Night 69S-V\ Key
singing! sBayview i 2, 1535. -
Pena's Place-4:30-5':30' 1
Park-2:00 P. M. ,
The cocktail
hour. -- --
Handball tournament 4:00 P.
M. High School vs. Transfer Duval Street-7:00 until 9:30P. The members of the First Baptist
Corner. M., The Promenade. '' Church are holding a roll call I
Cuban Club-tf:30 P. M.\ Johnny -'I' prayer service tonight at which : .
Pritchard's second week-end all members are expected to be

Monroe "Sweet Surrender"with dance.Raul's-10:00 P. M. The Rec- present This is it art is annual stated.feature of the
Jack Dempsey and Abe Ly- Why not 1936 Ford VB
man's Californians. Also "To reation Department's Benefit church which is looked forwardto I get your

gether We Live." Dance.Bayview Dell Park-2:00 Woods' Orchestra.P. M. gregation.The by the. entire church and con-

palace "Range Warfare" Football game.Pena's ladies of the church will
with Reb RusselL '' serve light refreshments at the f9
Place-10: O'1 P. )I. f"i
Yacht Basin-Afternoon. Free Dancing and the lest {Vltnvxed close of the service to which all

svtimming and dng instrnetiotls 'drinks ..."&...... (;', are invited, it is announced. ,'0. In tune'lor 1 h> ..1stmaS.f
Pena's Place-1:30-5:30 P. M. V- .
The cocktail hour. SUNDAY. DECEMBER IS'Navy '\.;',: .: ( : ,
t -
Stowers Park-4:00 P. M. Jun- ECZEMAFor _
Yard-1:00 P. M.'s'wimming. :: :- >'
ior diamondbail gsrae. I # c. ,
_> J
Navy Ball Field 3:00'"'P:' tt. .- \'. /;. -, .;.- ..' :
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 For quid relief !f "aIf,>
Baseball game. : '- ,-, .1': .. ,,) ;
Monroe "Sweet Surrender"and from the fiery ton : ., '* 'i o.te -,'
ment and to control / Of ---,- #: '--
4t-- <
"East of Java. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT i 00 ,' ,. 0", -
the inceaaant itching, t <
PalaceURangeYarCare.. I -- use toothing Redact ,,,,e s. 196 kb ,,f no'd. r y t ;d'
Pena's Place- :30-5:30 P. M.I It helps nature heal \ G i i.-'F "" '-"Od. ; t Of i e ..Joo _
WAVES '-' e/ tto t: of
cocktail horr. 1
The : o\ "
kk,irritated kin. tt+ 'd\11 J. Oi/101 tt ; i; ?
High School-7:30 P. M.\ BasketbalL rwo Permanent. $5.00 Get a jar today. 'P o Os, < 4 ro 1tJ -
Busy Bees vs. WPA. for "- rode
Park vs. High School, Better Wave. $5.00 and .p ,
Stowers Park-1:00 P. M. Jun- MRS. MILLER KBSHlOlOversea
Ford V-8 for 1936 is the finest
ior diamondbail game. 407 South Street Phone 574-J TI-IE
car ever built. It is a car that
SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 goes farther than ever beyond the accepted

Monroe "Broadway Melody I standards of its price class. In ,

engine performance, riding comfort,

MONROE THEATERBen roominess-feature after featureitmay

Lyon-Sheila Mannors in 1 Transportation Co. I be compared with catS costing '

TOGETHER WE LIVE many hundreds of dollars more; "1

Margaret Lindsay-Warren Hull OWNED AND OPERATED BY I Today's Ford V e'is, backed by more '

in PERSONAL MAID SECRET than two minion Ford V-3's now on ; ,. ,.,r jpp

Matinee Balcony lOc; Orcke. Thompson Fish Co. Inc. KeyVest\ I the road in America'alone., Here are '

Ira. 15-20ci Nights 15-25c I its most outstanding values-many of '

REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT them brand: .oevv this: year.V '' '

pick-op, power proved,V-a economy.

-with the- Key West and MiamiNOW H 25* EASIH' STItRiNO, the result of two PeW
PAN AMERICAN PLANENo roller-type bearings a longer steering ,
[ knuckle and
arm an increased steering ratio. "
Change In Rates MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST ; Sum-SAFETY MAKES-with exceptionally ,
Make Reservations by Phone F.brge braking surface .
(186 square ) .
-ON-- ........
Planes Miami-Key TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYT FRIDAY AND E GEARS-aleat,helical gears for all speeds. #-" Yap

= lated welded-stecl body,steel reinforced.NEW .
SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY i D8AWN-STEEI WHEELS-add COtnfbrt to
SERVICE riding-are easier on ures. $ &:.1 .use:wArrange.
RATE ONE WAY. $7.50 i i J 2& :
OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET I dsawarrrebsu kd.j fvirb 'yf/7tf : .;+ ;
Leave Key West .4 p. nL, Ar- ; YOUR FORD DEALER VI :.L. U rive :Miami 5:20 p. m. j TELEPHONES 68 AND 92

Fad Comfortable Saf.I I i ,
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'43929' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABTPfileF20090414_AACWMI' 'sip-files00344.txt'
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'47635' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABTPfileF20090414_AACWMU' 'sip-files00346.txt'
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'22883' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABTPfileF20090414_AACWMV' 'sip-files00346thm.jpg'
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'2018-05-22T13:53:00-04:00' 'mixed'
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The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
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xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
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