8 Kasım 1934 Tarihli The Key West Citizen Dergisi Sayfa 1

8 Kasım 1934 Tarihli The Key West Citizen Dergisi Sayfa 1
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Wirt 9m ft* Tun Drotgd to Uio 9m irnrmm of Kty Wst VOLUME LV. No. 266. Many Recalled Since (M Armistice Sixteea Yens Ago Halting Hostilities Priyliinod Is (bay Caaatmt With Viritm dnges fff lr |,| | ftp tULVIN K. COLEMAN tdkmeeiehite P*wm Ota If Writer) tlwiaaai years age* aa Amblic* Ms#, th* |mm e# the WmM War fir*4 tern laat mlhi. TW kaiser mm te tMtemdi tee IMpteamgte mat iMa. h h*dtm Riemtedet, p* M* •( •****, '*<e# hat* Ml Belgymkr frM ahao he Imml b** dfitea w lilt Wfh§t* iMMW. 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THEY ARE THE REASONS FOR ITS POPULARITY. TRY A BOTTLE TODAY MERRIE ENGLAND’ HAILS PROSPERITY IN SPENDING ORGY HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS BECOME CROWDED; THEA TERS ALSO RUNNING WITH GOOD BUSINESS By ALBERT W. WILSON . J Wr AaaartateW riw) •> j LONDON, Nv. B.—“Merrto ' Knirtewf' Mas becwno a reality f acaht ami Lumtoa to being hailed i by irwwaitora aa the city in i tM world. Luxwry spending hat increased by toapa and bound*. Hotel* and ratoaurants arc crowded Every ear of 35 theater* in the West Ead M running shows and good j play* coat fiad a home. j Twice a autoy asovie* are do : iag goad htt*iae* and film pro dactioa Mas wparted with Holly . wood releMritieft nocking here to ' gei a rat ia Uk outlay. Aato* la Rooord Nuaiber Sa*r* to radio oote and automo i.tto* have increased. There h the burgrrte roattemtion of motor ear* in England** history. People are travrftiwg more, with railway re rrtpte showing nearly *25.000.- ta# tcr*# for the first 38 mb mi 1334 over 1*33. Neville ( Haiabcrtam. chancellor to the exchequer, in n recent toeerM. pointed eat that bask ia dwtertow, railway receipts, retail tted* .and fe.i*d|*S centrM-t, hgve ntede ewhteantiaf increase*, (tonp b d'diag twwnag* doubted while retail trade increased five per cent to August, over August, IP* Resloarant* are fited with peo rle eilHng to pay more than $2 for lunch and more than *•" for > ate-r Tshk* are at n premium at the am re expeatev- night re- Bprt* fire niahtw ticket* were sold <-at a week ahead for all except f* h publicised show s open ing Has autumn. You can’t ret a tefcfc at • popular hotel on an • peeing nirM to to* Jw*t a mese -h ft nadwirh unices you have made a reservation Movie# Go High Hat Movie firte nights are just as * ! agv a* the theater openinre rear’y evervhedv “dresses ” Prc rwvh th • fashion Hollywood *" IryMtg to put over before the era M. Hr chef l Smith- jaanaircr of Keith Prowse, an organisation vfcffh has had a monopoly on good theater tickets in I-on.ton for .many years, said: “It ha* been two or three year* since there h* to-;-* *e much business in London.” Hi* organisation, which has 10, tofiro* ia London, is making rs rv at low* into January for no less than eight shows in London. Any-, one who decided ia tote October! to nee Dw four big musical shows: 1 j “fHreamline," “Yes. Madam.”. | ' l ucky Break'* and Chariot’* !at ) eat revue. “Hie. Diddle. Diddle.” j . had to reserve seats for January. Task Jam Piccadilly C. B. Cochran's “Streamline” broke all money-making records in | i Manchester Police have given the right-of-j way to taxi-cabs ia the after-thea-) , tor traffic jams in Piccadilly Cir ! ews and Shaftesbury Avenue. Money to flowing in London and ' there are many Americans helping ' ta the movement. WHERE TO C 0* m99 \ TONIGHT Moarue—“Th* Circus Clown"! and “Old Fashioned Way.” Palace—“ Broadway Thru A 1 keyhole.” TOMORROW Munraa—“Their Big Moment”. ! and “TW Cirrus Clown.” Palace—“ Broadway Thru A Keyhole." Cuban Club Pre-Armistice j Day Douce. i Witt Eep Citßtn VOCATIONAL UNIT i OF ROTARY CLUB PUTS ON PROGRAM j'%> j EVERETT RUSSELL, CHAIR.! | MAN OF COMMITTEE, READS ' PAPER AT LUNCHEON TO DAY BEARING ON SUBJECT ; | The Vocational Service Com mittee of the Hotary Club, with . Everett Russell as chairman, put on a program at today’s luncheon, ' which was made up of a number of interesting features, among j which was a paper dealing with ) the subject, read by Chairman Russell. This proved to be very i interesting to those assembled on the occasion. Joe Valdes, secretary of the organization, rendered several ex cellent piano selections, which added greatly to the day’s pro-; gram. Lieut. E. Drury was a visitor at; the meeting as the guest of Wil liam W. Demeritt. Eddie Strunk, president of th ; organization presided, and an nounced that on the evening of; November 22 that the Rotary Anns would be present at a meet-j ing to be held at that time. Some of the new songs were! rendered at today’s luncheon, an.! after the rendition of these, the meeting was adjourned. LIQUOR SHIPMENT ; ROUTED TO TAMPA . • THIS FOLLOWS PASSAGE OF REPEAL AMENDMENT IN FLORIDA * -a,.- - - - - That Tampa dealers in wines, liquors and oth2r kinds of en livening beverages from foreign lands were prepared for the pas . ag_* of the repet I amendment in. Florida on Tuesday was evidenc ed by the freight going to tnat, city on the Steamship Cuba yes- ‘ terday. Late Tuesday evening it was, conceded that repeal had been) voted by the citizenry and more [ than IQO eas2s of liquor was im mediately ordered sent to firm-:; in Tamps. Most of this was Ba cardi. LEGION UNIT WILL CONDUCT MEETING * SESSION TO BE HELD TOMOR ROW AFTERNOON AT HOME OF MRS. J. G. PIODELA 1 Members of the American Le gion Auxiliary are today being summoned to a special meeting of the organization to be held at the home of Mrs. J. G. Piodela. - president, 4 o’clock tomorrow aft ! ernoon. ) As matters of interest are to be , considered a full attendance is! ! expected. , j" NO JUNIOR CLUB : MEETING FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT SHOWS SES | SION POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT WEEK i There will be no meeting of < the Junior Woman’s Club tomor * row afternoon. This announce | ment was made this morning by . the president. The meeting has ben postpon [ ed until Friday of next week. No- , i vember 16. | j~ day , DANCE Auspices R. J. Perry Chapter, | Order of DeMoUjr | CUBAN CLUB j Tonset row Night from 9 till ? j I Gents 60c Ladies Free j KEY WEST, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1934. STONE TO GIVE ; ADMINISTRATOR TO BE | HEARD AT CONVENTION OF EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS ► Julius F. Stone, Jr., acting ad ministrator of the Southeastern region of the United States, in j eluding Puerto Rico 'and the Yir igin Islands, for the FERA, will be heard in a talk at the conven tion of Florida Editors and Pub lishers in Miami at the Miarni- Bittmore Hotel Saturday morn ityr. ( It is expected that while Mr. Stone will cover the activities in all parts of his region being car ried on by the FERA, he will de vote most of his time to a disser tation ©n Key West and the re j habiiitation program. . IHAUMBtoWBt REHABILITATION FORMER KEY WESTER RE NEWS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE CITIZEN ! ' W. W. Maloney, former Key Wester, one of the oldest printers in the United States and now con nected with the public printing office in Washington, D. C., | writes from his home at lugleside ! Terrace, renewing his subscrip tioa to The Citizen. Mr. Maloney is the oldest sub scriber to this paper and has nev er failed to keep in touch with -the events in his old home as car ried in its news column?. In his letter received today he writes, “I observe with pleasure the rehabilitation of my native home and hope it may be the . means-tef. restoring its prosperity even beyond the past” CRIMINAL COURT TO MEET MONDAY IN ALL PROBABILITY JURY WILL BE DRAWN ON SATURDAY Criminal court for the Novem r>cr term will convene Monday r>orning. This announcement was tmade today by Judge J. Yining \Harris. As Sunday is Armistice Day there may be some activities on Monday. In this event he will have court convened Tuesday instead. I it was learned from Prosecuting Attorney Aquilino Lopez that the docket was not heavy for this: session, q 4 \ : > * CHECKS READY FORI ELECTION HELPERS WARRANTS BEING DISTRI BUTED COVERING ALL EX PENSES INCURRED Ck-rk Ross C. Sawyer is today

distributing checks in payment of rental for polling places, clerks, inspectors and deputy sheriffs, who were employed in the gen eral election Tuesday. Payment was authorized at the meeting of the board of county commissioners last night, ami im mediately afterward the clerk started preparing checks and vouchers. FIVE MARRIAGE ' LICENSES ISSUER Records in the office of Judge Hugh Gunn show that there was issued from his office during the first eight days of November, five marriage licenses. I suances for the week ending today were to: Paul Bernard Hyre and Josephine Vial Knight; Howard Hannibal and Florine Bain. 'SIX fERMTS FOR i REPAIRS ISSUED COVER PERIOD OF ACTIVITIES FOR WEEK EWOING TODAY t - Of the six permits for building and repair work issued from the office of Building Inspector Harry Baker this week, five of them were for genera! repairs. During the last several months, the records show, most of the permits issued were for this of work and activities were car ried on in every section of the city. * Issuances of permits during the week ending today were for: i General repairs to building at { VIA Grinneli street. Owner, T. . A. Thompson estate; cost, $l5O. General repairs to residence at Whitehead and Julia street*. Owner, J. R. Valdes; cost, sls®. I General repairs to 705 Thomas street. Owner, J. P. Jones; cost, S2OO. * Repairs to porch at Angela and Whitehead street. Owner, Miss Lulu Scheurer; cost. $25. General repairs at 417 Simon ton street. Owner, A. F. Shultz; cost, S2OO. •* General repairs to building SOS Duval street. Owner. W. D. Cash; cost, $l5O. STEAMSHIP YORO ! DUE ON FRIDAY . - '--*?* • i 'M' ' l*u3| VESSEL COMING TO PORTER DOCK TO TAKE ON FUEL OIL 1 - ' , i Steamship Yoro, of the Stand ard Fruit and Steamship coni pqny. is due to arrive in port to •> rr >w afternoon consigned to the Porter Dock company. The ship sailed from Philadel phia Monday with ;>assengers and to destined for Frontera. Mexico. Chas. Taylor, manager of the Porter Dork company, expects the ship tq dock about 2 o’clock. After taking on fuel oil the | Yoro will rail for her destination. Steamship Wswa. of the same ( line, is due to arrive at the For ter pier about midnight tonight. The vessel comes from Mexico an,} will take on supplies. ‘TENDER IVY DUE IN PORT TONIGHT POINCIANA EXPECTED TO RE \ ■ ■ TURN LATTER PART m mWT i and painting structures on the ■ reef, is due to return to her base j at Key West tonight or tomorrow | morning. Tender Poinciana is expected . to return from activities at Port Everglades and Miami the latter j part of this week and the Tender Poppy is due early next week. j BUOYS PLACED BY LIGHTHOUSE DEPT. The United States Lighthouse Service has announced the estab lishment of buoys on the sea ; coast of Florida Straits. The in formation as given out reads: | “Seaeoast Florida Straits Fob ; fort hex eh lighted buoy establish ed November first in sixty feet ten 'miles north of Xinmi lighted I whistle buoV latitude twenty five i fifty five forty two longitude | eighty zero five thirty six. light ; shows flashing white every ten : seconds flash one second eclipse , nine seconds. “Cumberland wreck buoy 2. red special third class Nun estab lished November second, four and .' eight tenths mile* south of Hills boro Inlet light in place of Cum berland wreck lighted buoy which , totter was discontinued.” ; COMMISSIONERS ! HEAR OFFICERS’ 1 REPORTS READ I . ; BOARD ORDERS ALL EX PENSES RELATIVE TO GEN ERAL ELECTION CONDUCT ED TUESDAY BE PAID m Commissioners of Monroe County at the regular meeting > held tost night voted an expendi ture of SBO to help defray the ex penses of an advertisement to ap pear in the New York Journal on December 15. R. Jacoby, representing tee newspaper, addressed the board ; and staled that an entire page of the wane of that date is to be de , voted exclusively to Key West, and asked the county to assist in defraying the expenses. Present at the meetiug were Cart Bervaldi, acting chairman in j tb2 absence of Chairman Norbegg Thompson, Commissioners Wn. R. Porter, Braxton B. Warren , and Roy Fulford; Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, Attorney Wiliiaut V. Al bury. Chief Deputy Sheriff Ck-u -'j - nts Jaycocks. ! Notice was received from C. L. ,• Craig that he had been granted j permission by the U. S. govern. : ment to construct a wharf at his land on Ramrod Key. Approval of , the project was given by the board. i Report of Tax Coikctor Frank H. Ladd showed 37 licenses issued -to merchants with revenue of $507. Of this $338 goes to state ; funds and $169 to county funds. ; Licenses reported issued to olh i er than merchants shows a total : of $1,rn.99, with $801.66 to the | state and $493.33 to the county. ♦- “H&e'curstßg the matter of ddiw i quent licenses it was decided by the board to instruct the tax cot lector to at once take the prop-r legal ttops to collect from deiin ' quents. | Sheriff K. O. Thompson’s de posit for November 7 was reported as $34.05. Tax Collector Ladd reported deposits of $841.58. Clerk Sawyers report showed - deposit-- totaling $1,561.5b for tax * redemption.-' during the month of * October. It was voted to pay the expt-n dilur-s of the general election of ■ November 6, including rent of 1 polling places, py of clerks, in pectory, deputy sheriffs, printing ’ ballots, qualified and disqualified ii to and atl other expenses in curred. The total of the bills is $989.95. * | The board decided that in fu ture printing of ail legal uotices will be authorized to be done in ' ! the legally prescribed 6 ioiiit type. ) at $ 1 per inch, instead of 8 point, ! as used at present, at 75 cents au -inch. The difference in measure t ment costs, however, being neglig j ible. NEW ARRIVAL AT j M’BRIDE’S HOME l i Mr., and Mrs. James J. Me-) ! Bride announce the birth of a girl in their apartments at the Kemp ! borne on William street. The da ugh ter arrived one week ago. weighed eight pounds and has been given the name of Nancy. Mrs. Mcßride is the daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collins. Mr. Mcßride is storekeeper on tbei U. S. Destroyer Goff. MRS. SAUNDERS TELLS OF TRIP A letter received in Key West i by relatives, states that Mrs. Eu gene Saunders, who had been on an extended visit to Hamburg. G.-rmany. where she visited her mother, whom she had not wees! in 12 years, has returned to New; York City, where she now mak ing her home. Mrs. Saunders was accompanied by her daughter, Muriel, and re ports in the letter received as kav -1 iag had a very enjoyable trip. Tyiuj UlUhB WW f HBI W Capital €ds Bad TANARUS Wfc k CbkfoM hsßßs SIMEON W. ROGERS DIES THS MOWING I FUNERAL SERVICES MBS BE ING CONDUCTED TIMS AFTERNOON Simeon W. Begem. St rmm • old. died 5 o'clock tet* wmrsMag sa 1 a local hospital, after mm tehees* of tew short hewn. **# Mr. Roger* am* hamaa hr earn night with a arvere attar* £ ; asthnn. He grew mjwolj mra mmm was. about 11 s'rtart. taxes u tbe hospital m the Lepex ewrihs * lance. AU that medical semmes pern > vide* for aUevtatsag the —Hew- - mgs of team attacked by tern. . malady was boa* hat ad 5 a steed ’ this morning Mr. Regaaa panned. oa. Funeral senicea at* being held 4 o’clock this afWmaaw teem | I the Lopez Funeral Heme ehagm. with Res. W. K. abmm. mi Lap Memorial church nffirmrngt | Survivors are the widen Bee. Minnie Rogers; am serims. Mm Herbert M. Fnakha, af Teas Be. fitmi two hrethen. James mt> ►" alter Rogers, a i Waahmgtoa. Bl . , C-. aad aa uncle, Bet. Thammi, Kendall. Anchor Lodge IK2. f . aad A. : M„ is atteadteg the faaera. am acting as pall bearer*. L WILSON GETS j SCHOOL HONORS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF FRESHMAN PHARMACY CLASS Lou* Wiifeou. f Rcy a -*t. • student mi Loyola I ntvefutv mi Smm Ork—i, wts recently Pastae ed by him chwintw by femur lected ms proudest mi tit faA* ntmn pharawey dans. Louis will fee remembered b iiimny K*> Weater* m Use nCtefeW aud crmaieda&aK yimar m ho. for many a out hr before gw iniT to Neu Or lorn ms fe udfee ay hi* studies, was tn tae olf*u of Tam Cotter t®r J. Otto Erchhrsoer. When moviMd tka anrtoaR 1 to Louis' bents averted fey Mm atm denU of pharmacy to bnd to* class, Mr*. Caraw VAm. ha mother, txpreijAed Imp *r yrmteftr— a* mt the stgnmi humor wafer—d urn tier ton, GREAT DEMAND FOR BOOKLETS KEY WEST ADMUHSTRATIQRI CONSIDERING PUTTMC IN ANOTHER ORDER So crest ham bum the deatoad far the beautiful haobtoi to aaiaa* recently nnato fey the tonm trmtto*. FERA affinals maa nam 'ifleruyt the >diaaliilap mi mm ciertay store. Front the bat the Into mt ham were received thane heahiato haaa been sent to mil parts mt to tries mad my—at, f* tarn tmm "Ul beinc received daily. 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