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MSS F. LOWERS
WEDS JLLUCIGNANI
CEREMONY TAKES PLACE ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING AT
CHURCH PARSONAGE
Mtaa Faith Lounder* and Alfred
Lueigaani were married on Wed
nesday evening, 7:30 o’clock at
tfc* Leyr iMentorial Church parson
age with Rev. W. J. Martin of
ficiating. There were several close
relatives and friend* witnessing
the ceremony.
The bride was attired in a dark
green crepe sport oress trimmed 1
la white with white felt hat, black j
flipper* and black gloves with
aweaifr of radiance buds.
Mi Anna Tuttle, maid of hon- •
or. wore a brown crepe dress with {
brawn accessories and corsage of \
radiance bud*.
Orton Lounder*. brother of the;
bride. acted as best man. The bride j
was given in marriage by her!
father. Oscar Lounder*.
Fallowing the ceremony, a re-i
caption was held at the home of!
the hr me. 828 White street.
CLOSING UP FRONT
BURNEDSTRUCTURE
A force of workmen are closing
up the open front of the White
Ray Restaurant on Duval street,
which was destroyed by fire on
the morning of October 31.
The foreman in charge of the
work said this morning that asj
for as he knew there was no in- j
tenion of rebuilding at this time, j
Uts instruction* are to close the.
front and hare the work painted.
KANTOR OFFERS
MANY BARGAINS
3. G. Kantor, Inc. advertises
another large shipment of men’s
and young men’s suits in the
latest styles. These suits are
foshioaed for conservative and
young men.
Other high grade merchandise
for men and young men are
peicod specially for this week
end. Shirts, sweaters and shoes
are advertised in today’* paper.
APPRECIATION
Havtug recently sold Lou Smith!
Service Station. Inc., to C. O. I
At kerntan, I wish to thank my j
loyal customers and friends whom |
1 may not have reached person
*Uy or by letter to thank them j
tar their patronage and all past j
favor*.
I want to assure them that it
was a pleasure to serve each and
every one and hope that they may
*ee fit to keep on patronizing this ,
elation. The same help will be
there to *erve them as there will!
be no change other than that of <
Mr. Ackerman, who has assured
mm that he will try to outdo me
ta regard to giving service.
Thanking you again and assur
ing you that I will always remem
ber tbeir loyal patronage. I am
nev33-It LOU SMITH.
The Times Square subway sta
tiea i* the busiest point in New
York City’s rapid transit lines,
figures show.
te chmuii nKel
Lee Baker’s Grocery
AW Meat Market
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
SPECIALS
Fork Hams Pork Shoulders
Spring Lamb Fresh Veal
Fresh Killed Pork
HENS AND FRYERS
Fresh Spare Ribs
Pwkled Spare Ribs
All Ingretieat* for Souse
Sausages
Swift Premier Hams
ALL CHOICE CUTS OF
MEATS
THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
AND CHICKENS
Ref ore buying your Turkey,
MM Raker's Market. HEALTHY
PEANUT FED BIRDS AT
REASONABLE PRICES.
§23 Fleming S*. Pboee 695
FREE DELIVERY
N. i
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
I OF KEY WEST, COUNCIL
SERIES, NO. 304
Aw Ordinance of the city
of Key West relative to
bwilding, repairing, changing
and demolishing any baiiding,
structure or addition to any
building, house or other
stmetnre, and obtaining per
mits therefor, and providing
n penalty for the violation
thereof.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY
OF KEY WEST:—./! -
Sec. 1: It shall be unlawful
for any person to construct, re-i
pair or change any building, bouse
or other structure in the city ofj
Key West without first obtaining
!a permit from the building in
j spector of the city of Key West.;
Sec. 2: It shall be unlawful to!
| tear down or demolish any build
' ing, house or structure in the city
of Key West without first obtain
j ing a permit from the building in
| spector of the city of Key West-
Sec. 3: Any person desiring to
| build, construct, repair or de
! molish any building, house or
! other structure in the city of Key
i West, must file with the building
! inspector of the city of Key Westj
| an accurate and detailed descrip
tion of any repairs to any build
, ing, house or other structure and
in case of building any buildings,
detailed specifications of said
building. Upon filing said detailed!
specifications of said building, if,
approval || kgup Buili|ri*? ibStfM
tor, he Ihpir issue a jASrmft"!
authorizing the construction of!
the work described in said applica- j
tion. The building inspector shall,
receive a fee of fifty cents for!
each permit issued, which shall be j
paid by the applicant. Said fee
shall be deposited by the building
inspector in the city treasury ofj
the city of Key West, to the ac
count of the general fund.
Sec. 4: W*hen any building.'
house or other structure is de
molished, the owner thereof shall
immediately remove all debris
; and clean and clear said lot so as
! to be in a sanitary condition.
Sec. 5: Any person violating
any of the provisions of this or- [
dinance, shall upon conviction in l
the Police Court of Key West, be*'
fined not more than §50.00, and!
in default of paying said fine,'
shall be imprisoned in the city
jail not to exceed sixty (60)
j days. .
Sec. 6: All Ordinances and
parts of ordinances in conflict!
with this ordinance, be and the!
same are hereby repealed.
Passed first reading, 9th day of i
I November, A'. D. 1934.
Passed second reading, 21st day i
j of November, A. D. 1934. j
Passed third reading 21st dayj
, of November, A. D. 1934.
Approved: This 21st day of’
j Nov., A. D. 1934.
(Signed),
LEO H. WARREN,
Acting Mayor.
Attest:
WALLACE PIXDER.
City Clerk
(Signed),
RALPH B. PINDER.
President Pro-tem City Council.
Dated at Key West, Fla.
Nov. 21, 1934. nov23-lt
Ladies, place your order
Wh grocery order is complete today without
Sky Flake Wafers? For these delicious slightly
salted crackers add the necessary complement
to all sorts of foods you eat daily —to soup, ifllp
cocoa, milk, salads, cheese, ielly, peanut butter 'j'"*
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cracker bakers in the country.
P.S. There’s another pita in the economy and
convenience of buying the big pound package.
Order today without fail. Look for this blue
package of Sky Flake Wafers.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY “Uo—da Babers"
PERSONAL MENTION
Willard Harris came in from
Miami yesterday and will visit
with relatives for a few days.
Mrs. Elizabeth Zuhorst, mother
of Mrs. B. Curry Moreno, was an
arrival from Washington yester
day and will spend the season
with her son-in-law and daughter.
John West, Jr., who came to
Key West to attend the funeral
of his aunt, Mrs. Harriet Saun
i ders, left yesterday for his home
in Miami.
i
I
Jack Golden, manager of the
; Hotel Colonial, left yesterday for
• Charleston, S. C., to attend a con
j ference oil managers of the group
of Colonial Hotels,
O. M. Malone. Charles Saunders
and Santiago Caraballo, Jr., left
yesterday for Jacksonville and will
bring back three trucks for use
, of the FERA in Key West.
Dumont Love, superintendent
air brakes and fuel supply of the
Florida East Coast Railway, was
an arrival over the East Coast
yesterday for a regular visit to
the shop*.
[ Leonard Burden, wiate of the
! Schooner Yacht Yamarie, left
ing made to the ship. j[
Frank Wolkowsky, who was in
Key West for a few days with
relatives and friends, left yester
day afternoon for his home in
Miami.
Sasnett, second assistant
keeper at American Shoals light
house, who was in Key West for
his vacation, left today for the
light.
Henry Thomas Hunt, Jr., offi
cial photographer with the local
administration, left yesterday for
Islamorada to take a series of
photographs depicting the progress
of the bridge activities at Lower
Matecumbe.
rk
Donald Corley, architect with
the FERA and one of the com
pilers of the data preparatory to
j the activities of the adroinistra
i tion, has been temporarily trans
j ferred to Palm Beach, and left
! over the East Coast yesterday aft
!ernoon.
Tnedkateci!
Ingredients of Vicks
Vapoßub in Convenient Candy Form
VICKS COUGH PROP
palace]
Reb Russell in
THE MAN FROM HELL
Serial and Short Reel
Mat-nee: 10-15 c; Night: 10-20 c
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
SERVICE STATION
CHANCES HANDS
Lou Smith who for many years
has operated Lou Smith Service
Station, Inc. at White and Cath
erine streets, has announced that
the station is now under the man- j
agement of C. 0. Ackerman.
Mr. Smith states that the only,
change in the personnel of the
station will be in the management !
and that Mr. Ackerman has as-,
sured him that he will strive toi
render his patrons better service
than ever.
Lou Smith Service Station is
equipped with the latest machinery
and staff of expert mechanics to
turn out any type of auto repair
work, all of which is guaranteed.
Mr. Smith has ceceded from the
service station business to enter
another field of endeavor.
Porcupines, previously unknown
in northwestern Kansas, have re
cently made their appearance in
the region.
A monument has been erected
near Garden City, Kas.. to C. J.
“Buffalo” Jones, pioneer plains
man who helped found the city.
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IMIU FE veR
- Tablet* ,
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, HEADACHES j
in 30 aaiaute* j
fci
MONROE MEAT
MARKET
Place Orders Early For
THANKSGIVING
TURKEYS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Heavy Western Steer Meat
Spring Lamb
Milk Fed Veal
Spring Chickens and Hens
Phone 411 Free Delivery
Duval Meat Market
PHONE 479-J
Duval and Petronia Street*
QUALITY AND PRICES
Brisket, 16 10c
Beef Chops, tfe 20c
Roast Beef, tb 20c
Bacon, Swift Premium or
Star sliced, ft .... 33c
Frankfurter, ft 17c
Pork Sausages, ft 20c
Picnic Hams, Gold Corn, ft 16c
Pork Picnic, 4 to 6 ft
average, ft 16c
Pork Ham, half 23c
Tripe, ft 10c
Pig Feet, ft 10c
Pig Tail, 2 lbs. 25c
Chitterting, ft 10c
TWO DELIVERY MEN AT
YOUR DISPOSAL FOR
PROMPT DELIVERY
WEEK END SPECIALS
JOHNSON’S
Pocket (VI aa
Watches vIUU
Alarm Cl AA
Clocks a .VU
Big Ben Alarm C*Y Q<r
Clocks afO
Baby Ben Alarm Q-
Clocks WaHW
Genuine Thermos Vacuum
r ic - ...slop
1 Gallon Brown Jug. CO OPT
hot or cold
Electric ei 4Q
Toasters
Electric CO
Percolator WmsDU
Pedal Cl Q-
Bikes ... dJlsc/tl
Comb. Brush and C"| fTO
Mirror Set
Frank Johnson
Colonial Hotel- Building
Today’s
1 Anniversaries
1804—Franklin Pierce, New
Hampshire lawyer, congressman,
senator, soldier, 14th President,
I born at Hillsborough. N. H. Died
at Concord, N. H.. Oct. 8, 1869.
1825—Henry D. Cooke, joaroal
• ist and banker, brother of Jay
| Cooke, born at Sandusky. Ohio.
I Died Feb. 24, 1881.
| 1834—James Thomson. Scot
tish poet, born. Died June 3.
1882.
1841—Richard Croker. one of
New York’s great Tammany lead
er?, bom in Ireland. Died April
29. 1922.
1845—Ernest Wadsworth Long
fellow, noted painter, son of the
great poet, born at Cambridge.
Mass. Died in Boston, Nov. 24,
1921.
1859 —“Billy the Kid” (Wil
liam H. Bonney). Perhaps the
SPECIALS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
* a1 l h r
-at -
CENTRAL MARKET
“Service With a SauHT
Fresh Killed Key West Pork
Fresh Killed Veal
Spring Lamb Pork Hams
Pork Picnics Smoked Picnics
Armour’s Star Ham and Bacon
Fresh Beef Tongue
Large shipment of
HENS AND FRYERS
“Best Poultry in Town”
All ingredients for Souse
Sausage of all kinds
Calf Liver
PEANUT FED. TURKEYS
AND CHICKENS
Large shipment just received
for THANKSGIVING. Place
orders early. Remember we
carry only the best poultry.
805 Fleming Street
PHONE 20
KANTOR’S
Exclusive Men’s Store
ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT
SUITS
For Young Men and Conserva
tives; Sport and Plain Models,
fine makes in Worsteds,
Tweeds, Flannels and Blue
Serges; Plain and Fancy Backs.
$14.50 T 0 $18.50
PANTS
A big selection of High and
Low Waisted Pants all colors,
including White Sport—
s2.4s T 0 $5.95
SHIRTS
Arrow. Phillips-Johnes, Man
hattan; New Styles New
Colors—
sl.4s TO $2,50
SWEATERS
New style—fine all wool;
plenty new shades; in Pull-
Overs, Coats and Zippers—
sl.9s TO $5.00
SHOES
Biggest variety in Men’s
Shoes, Peter’s guaranteed all
leather—
s2.9s
Beacon Finest Fitting Shoes
$3.50 T 0 $5.00
• Over 30 styles of Shoes to
select from
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AND BEACON
J. G. Kantor, Inc.
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NAME OMITTED IN
LEGKHfS DINNER
Among the guests at the dinner
given in the Delmonico Restau
rant Tuesday evening for vizrting
officials of the American Legiea
Auxiliary, was Miss Anna Coreor
an. whoe name did not appear in
the list of those published in the is
sue of The Citizen yesterday.
most famous outlaw of the South
west, born in New York City.
Killed July 15. 1881.
IB6o—Maria C. Bashkirtseff,
Russian writer and artist, borw.'
Died Oct. 31, 1884.
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