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SOCIETY
Xenia Hoff To
Be Married Tonight
Wedding of Xenia Hoff, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoff,
to Charles Earl Smith, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith, will
take place tonight at Stone
Church at 6:30 o’clock. The cere
mony will be performed by Rev.
C. Riviere of that church.
Members of both families, to
gether with friends, will be pres
ent at the ceremony. A recep
tion at the bride’s parent’s home
on Seminary street will follow
the marriage.
Register At
La Concha
Lt. and Mrs. O. Schneider ar
rived in the city on Monday of
this week from Philadelphia. Lt.
Schneider reported for duty at
the naval station, while Mrs.;
Schneider continues her stay at
the La Concha hotel.
Ensign and Mrs. E. H. Mc-
Dowell also arrived here, regis
tering at the La Concha. They'
came from New York. Ensign i
McDowell is connected with the ,
destroyer U.S.S. Sands. %
FTwWMT
BUREAU REPORT
Observation taken at 7:30 a. m..
75th Mer. Time (city office)
Temperatures
Highest last 24 hours 85
Lowest last night 80
Mean 82
Nprmal 82
Precipitation
Rainfall, 24 hours ending
7,30 a. m., inches 0.46
Total rainfall since Sept. 1,
inches 7.57
Excess since Sept. 1, inches 4.64
Total rainfall since Jan. 1,
inches 28.32!
Excess since January 1,
inches 3.70
Wind Direction and Velocity
NNW—I3 miles per hour
Relative Humidity
79%
Barometer at 7:30 a. m. today
Sea level. 29.83 (1010.2 millibars)
Tomorrow's Almanac
Sunrise 6:13 a. m.
Sunset 6:33 p. m.
Moonrise 5:22 p. m.
Moonset 4:29 a. m.
Tomorrow's Tides
(Naval Base)
A.M. P.M.
High 8:26 8:56
Low 1:47 2:35
FORECAST
(Till 7:30 p. m., Saturday)
Key West and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy with occasional showers
tonight and Saturday; moderate
north and northeast winds, prob
ably fresh at times.
Florida: Fair to partly cloudy
tonight and Saturday, showers
over extreme south portion and
light rain or mist over northeast
and east-central coasts.
ROTARIANS TURN
OUT DESPITE RAIN
(Continued from Page One)
Russell; Program, by Ernest A.
Ramsey: Fellowship, by W. W.
Demeritt; Attendance, by Hollon
Bervaldi: Rotary Information, by
Dr. William R. Warren; Public
Information, by S. C. Singleton:
Sergeant at Arms, by Chas. E.
Smith, and Budget, by Bascom L.
Grooms.
Song Leader William V. Little
announced that a singing club |
was a good club, that he pro
posed to make the Key West Club
an outstanding singing club and
even to organize one or two
quartets: whereupon all the
shrinking violets shrank a little
more and the rain having stop
ped, the Rotarians sang another
song and went home to get the
opinions of the Rotary Anns upon
their singing voices.
!, FRIDAY and SATURDAY !
i SPECIALS |
WING LEE’S GROCERY |
Brookfield Butler, !b 35c {
Hershey's Sugar. 5 lbs. 21c j
Potatoes. 10 lbs. 19c :
i Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
2 pkgs. 15c |
Onions. 3 lbs. .. 10c j
i Chase and Sanborn's
Coffee. tt> 22c j
Oriole Peas, No. 2. can —l5 c
! Waldorf Tissue. 6 rolls —25 c
Carnation and Pearl
Cream. 3 tall cans 20c j
Snowdrift, lb-can 15c j
Log Cabin Syrup, can 15c 1
j, Phone 107 508 Fleming St [
Carmona-Morgan
Wedding Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carmona an
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Consuelo. to Hugh M.
Morgan of Lakeland and Miami,
son of Mrs. W. H. Morgan, of
Lakeland, to take place next Sun
day evening at 6:00 o’clock at the
home of the bride’s parents, 410
Virginia street.
Delia Carmona, sister of the
bride, will be her attendant at
the ceremony while Dale Bost
wick will serve as best man. Rel
atives and friends of both fami
lies will be present at the wed
ding ceremony.
A reception at the home will
follow the marriage.
Scotland Yard Moves
(B) Aaaeetatrii Prrua)
LONDON—Scotland Yard has
new headquarters—an $890,000
10-story extension to the over
crowded Embankment building.
The new Yard occupies 50.000
square feet of floor space and has
been under construction three
years. First big department
moving in is the criminal record
office with its staff of 60 and
files and photographs of every
living “worthwhile” criminal in
the country.
'
I SUNDAY DINNER 1
I SuQQC&tiOM
SMOKED bam is an exceptionally
good buy this week and any
number of main course dishes can
be worked out with this meat. Lamb
chops are slightly lower and duck
ling, which is still plentiful, is most
attractively priced. Small broilers
and fryers are also in the column of
very good buys.
In the realm of fish and other sea
food it is good news that ample sup
plies of both lobster and salmon are
expected from the Boston market
with the result prices will be mod
erate. Although Gulf shrimp are
rather small the supply is plentiful
and the price correspondingly at- ,
tractive. Flounders and mackerel are
attractive buys but the supply of
swordfish is rather limited and the
price somewhat higher.
Particularly good buys in fruits
are fresh prunes, peaches, Isle of
Ptnes grapefruit, Tokay grapes.
Greening and Macintosh apples. The
first of the Jonathan apples are on
the market and New York and Dela
ware blue grapes are coming in.
With the clear weather the quality of
vegetables is much improved and
green beans, beets, celery, carrots,
peppers, potatoes, squash and toma
toes are all abundant and very low
priced.
Miss Cora Anthony of the A ft P
Kitchens has assembled the follow
ing menus for three different budget*
for Sunday dinner:
Low Cost Dinner
Honey dew Melon
Vegetable Plate with Cauliflower In
Cheese Sauce. Shredded String
Beans, Baked Tomatoes
Corn Sticks
Apple Dumplings with Hard Sauce
Tea or Coffee
Medium Cost Dinner
Ham Loaf
Macaroni Baked with Fresh
Tomatoes
Squash
Sliced Oranges and Bananas with
Coconut
f Tea or Coffee
Very Special Dinner
Fresh Tomatoes Stuffed with
Minced Cabbage
Roast Beef with Yorkshire Pudding
Fresh String Beans
Bread and Butter
Fresh Peach Pie
Tea or Coffee
A. G. BOYER CLARA CARBONELL BOYER
NEW CENTER FASHIONS
Rose Marie Shoppe
Dresses and Accessories
528 Fleming Street Phone 232
SPECIALS
Gotham Gold Stripe Hose 69c-79c-SI.OO
SEE THESE
Children Dresses, good value, sizes 3-16 59c-69c
Beautiful Satin Four-Gore Slips SI.OO
TEAROSE and NAVY BLUE
Cool Batiste Nighties 59c-SI.OO-$1.19
Miss America Girdles SI.OO-$1.95
Wash Dresses—Happy Home, Sally Ann .. SI.OO
Dresses, marked down from 54.95-53.95 .. $2.95
Dresses, all styles, close outs $1.95
Beautiful Fall Dresses $3.95-$4.95-$5.95
LATEST IN COLORS AND STYLES
Our Fall Hats to match $1.50-$1.95-$2.95
COATS. SAMPLE NUMBERS. WONDERFUL VALUE.
BE SURE AND SEE THESE. ALL PRICES
Slack Suits SI.OO-$1.95-$2.95
Playsuits : SI.OO-$lJ>O-$1.95
Shorts, good fits SI.OO
"COME SEE AND BE PLEASED” AT OUR HOME STORE
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY—Girl’s bi
j cycle. Good condition at fair
price. Phone 570-J after 5:00
p. m. septl2-3t
■■■- - - --
WANTED—A chance to bid on
your next printing order. The
Artman Press. mayl9-tf
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING, Diplomas;
antique frames refinished. Sign
painting. Paul DiNegro. 614
Francis street. sept9-lmo
FOR SALE
COTTAGE 4 rooms and bath.
Price, SI2OO cash or SI3OO on
time. S4OO down, balance at 6'-
payable $25 month. Box BJ.
The Citizen. septl3-s
SIGNS—“For Rent”, “Rooms For
Rent”, “Apartment For Rent”,
“Private Property, No Tres
passing”. THE ARTMAN
PRESS. nov2s-tf
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE—
Three bundles for sc. The Citi
zen Office. nov2s-tf
TYPEWRITING PAPER 5OO
Sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.
mayl9-tf
MUFFLERS MADE AND PUT
ON for SIO.OO. Guaranteed for
5 years. Apply Key West Ma
chine Shop, 110 Simonton
street. aug26-mon-wed-fri-tf
CABIN CRUISER, 28-ft. 40 m.p.h.
Gray Marine Engine. Box
8.R., The Citizen. aug3l-s ‘
-
FLOWERS
KEY WEST FLORIST, 417 Du
val street, opposite La Concha
Hotel. Phone 528. Flowers for
all occasions. augl6-lmo
FOR RENT
FURNISHED APARTMENT.
Electric Box, Innerspring Mat
tress, all Modem Conveniences
Archie Thompson, 1001 Eaton
street. Phone 879-J.
augls-lmox
PARKS APARTMENTS, comer
White and Newton Sts. All
modem conveniences. Apply
1324 Newton street or Phone
240. aug26-tf
FURNISHED APARTMENT. 526
Rose Lane, opposite Post Of
fice. - septl3-3tx
SMALL APARTMENT, com
pletely furnished. Electric re
frigerator. Adults only. S2O
month. 724 Eaton street.
sept2l-3t
FURN ISH E D APARTMENTS,
one with single room and sleep
ing porch. Apply rear 602 Du
val street or Army and Navy
Store. septl2-tf
FURNISHED APARTMENT, five
rooms and bath. 514 Margaret
street. septl2-tf
FURNISHED APARTMENT. 1700,
Flagler Avenue, (Upstairs).
Electric Refrigerator and Elec
tric Range. Apply 112 Ann
Street. septlO-tf
HOTELS
BRING YOUR VISITING friends
m need of a good night’s rest
to THE OVERSEAS HOTEL.
Clean rooms, enjoy the homey
atmosphere. Satisfactory rates.
917 Fleming St aprl7-tf
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
THE NEW DEAL
(Continued from Page One)
has been placed complete control
over the monetary system of the
country.
Thus neither the Congress nor
the Supreme Court longer serves
as a serious check to the carry
ing out of any mandate that may
issue from the White House.
Sworn to uphold the Constitu
tion, the executive has again and
again flouted its provisions and
has expressed views that he con
siders the document outmoded
and outworn.
Instead of the representative
government our forefathers hand
ed down to us, we have govern
ment carried on through the cre
ation of innumerable bureaucra
cies, each sufficient unto itself,
possessing arbitrary powers over
both individuals and property,
responsible only to the executive,
subject to no court review.
• e *
Already the abridgment of
many individual liberties has re
sulted, and we have been carried
a long way toward adopting the
alien concepts of totalitarian
government in force under the
European dictatorships.
The ultimate result of a contin
uance of these trends can only
mean the destruction of democ
racy by our own hands, rather
than by any threat emanating
from a foreign power.
The New Deal must, then, be
judged not only by the record it
has already made but by what is
its clear intent and purpose
should it be continued in power.
Thus far in the present cam
paign there has been no effort to
explain, or to defend, the waste
I and extravagance that has
brought the nation near to bank
ruptcy; there has been no excuse
offered for the proven political
use of relief moneys; no adequate
explanation has been given as to
what has been obtained for ap
proximately six billions appro
priated for defense purposes,
prior to the President's recent
emergency messages.
# • •
No promise has been given of
THIN WOMEN
LOOK TOO OLD
Women needing the Vitamin B
Complex and Iron of Vinol to
stimulate appetite will see what
a difference a few lovely pounds
make in filling out those hollows
and skinny limbs. Get pleasaai
tasting Vinol.
ORIENTAL PHARMACY
I "monroe theater j
I Anna Neagle—Rav Milland (
IRENE
and |
VIVA CISCO KID |
Matinee—Balcony 10c, Or
} chestra 15-20 c; Night—ls-25c |
RIVEROS’ ACKNOWLEDGED LANE...
Stops ‘Blitz’ With
BROADWAY’S BETTER VALUES
! Meat Department
i
Country Roll
1 BUTTER. Eb mt I L
I
I Fresh Ground MEAT or
i r.°; sTAnA 25c
i
| SLICED BACON.
Assorted
| COLD CUTS or
FRANKFURTERS,
PORK LOIN OKn
ROAST, tb “Ol
j Shipped
EGGS. doz. "Ov
Armour's
CREAM, can DC
(Limit)
j
Palmer
I GRAPE JUICE, 25C
-*r • *
PHoNE^^!!!^9^^^l??^^*Wa!l!!oWGELrSTS
COURSES OF STUDY
IN NEED OF REVISION
(Continued from Page One)
the need for “work experience”,
and deplores the fact that “man
ual work is now no longer a part
of the education of a great num
ber of young people”, and that
work “does not have the sanction
of traditional school practice”.
The report emphasizes the im
portance of social studies; not
-just the chronological account of
remote happenings, but accept
ance of the obligation of teach
ers to find “some way of pre
paring young people for citizen
ship, for intelligent social atti
tudes. and for effective participa
tion in community life. . .if social
chaos is to be avoided”. The per
sonal problems of the pupil in
physical and mental health and
of family life are cited as defin
ite responsibilities of the secon
dary schooL
j Startling recommendations are
given regarding some of the con
ventional subjects. including
English, mathematics. foreign
languages, history and the nat
ural sciences. A demand is made
the curtailment of the ordinary
expenses of government to help
defray the extraordinary appro
priations now' required for arma
ments.
There is, in short, no reason for
the people to believe that the
New Deal has learned anything
from its mistakes, or that it in
tends -to correct them.
There is only the insatiable am
bition of one man to be continued
in office, cost the American peo
ple what it may, in dollars, lives
or liberties. j
THE BERMUDA MEAT MARKET
LEADS IN
Quality and Price
We cater to the BEST and to the BEST we of
:er the following Quality Meats and Poultry:
>ORK HAMS, lb 20c
/EAL STEW. 3 lbs. 25c
STRICTLY FRESH YARD EGGS, doz. 40c
3LOVERBLOOM BUTTER, (in quartern), lb _ 33c
JONELESS RIB ROAST, lb 30c
HCNIC HAMS, tender, special price, lb 17c
Ne carry a complete selection of INGREDIENTS FOR SOUSE
TABLE DRESSED POULTRY
RHODE ISLAND RED HENS. 4 to 5 lbs., lb 25c
YOUNG ROOSTERS, of Selected Breed. 5 to 7 lbs., lb 20c
BATTERY RAISED RHODE ISLAND FRYERS. tt> 35c
ITOUNG DUCKS. 5 to 7 lbs., lb 25c
The above items are only a few of our
many low prices
Remember we handle only Grade "A” Merchandise, in
MEATS. COLD CUTS and POULTRY.
PHONE 52 FOR QUICK AND FREE DELIVERY OR COME
TO THE BERMUDA MEAT MARKET
Corner White and Virginia Streets
—COMPLETE—
Grocery Department
Lowest Prices--Better Foods
SUGAR. O'! „
5 lbs.
Fancy 91 p
RICE. 5 lbs.
Wilson's TRIPE. 17^
No. 2 can X I C
Royal Arm
PORK and BEANS, JP _
16 oz. can Vto
Wilson's Certified
CORNED BEEF.
SALT. 9
pkg. v
TOMATOES, r _
No. 2 can dv
Waldorf 9K
TISSUE 6 rolls
Red Banner
PEACHES. No. 2Vi.
2 cans aUL
American
' 10c
i.d> 18c
MATCHES. 1 A
-5 boxes I XUL
. mmm
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Girl Arries A1 Frey bergs Home
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frey berg
announce the birth of a girl at
the Flagler Hospital in St. Augus
tine yesterday. The proud lather
is the son of Mrs. L. H. Todd of
this city.
NEW CITY TO
BE CONSTRUCTED
(Continued from Page One) *
to this construction will require
70.889 tons oi stone or more than
1.000 carloads.
An additional six miles of wa
ter-proof macadam road will be
constructed within the camp and
this will be twenty feet in
width.
To House Guardsmen
The facilities described will be
necessary in the development of
the 31st and 32nd National Guard
Division, from about 16.000 men
to approximately 40 000 men.
These guard units. Senator
Pepper said, are expected to be
;
for unifying experiences in the
various fields requiring '•coopera
tive planning among the several
teachers in the secondary school”.
The ninth grade is called “more
vicious than any other” and “it
would be difficult to devise a
more uninviting year's study for
adolescents”. In its concluding
section the report places respon
ibility on the individual school
faculties and says that “unless
class-rooms become centers of
vigorous experimentation, little
will be accomplished”.
Vegetable Department
Yellow
ONIONS. 2 lbs. tit
Fresh CARROTS. IP
2 bunches tdC
Fancy
SWEET POTATOES.
Cooking 17/*
APPLES. 3 lbs. lt
California CELERY or
FRESH BEETS. 9^
2 bunches mtOA'
BIG SOAP SALE
1 OCTAGON SOAP FREE
with 1 OCTAGON 1A _
GRANULATED, pkg. lUC
LIFEBUOY or LUX. 1 H n
3 bars 11 C
KIRK'S HARDWATER
rss ioc
RINSO. tOp
large, pkg. XUJv-
RINSO. 1 r
small, pkg. 2 for At/C
called out shortly. The 31st Divi
sion is in command of General
Albert B landing of Barton . Flor
ida. former Chief of the Katmrwi
Guard Bureau of the War De
partment in Washington.
The increase in each dmsaoei
will be secured from the
men called to service under the
Compulsory Selective Trammg
Bill now pending in Cungrem
Florida Saw Mills Busy
In order to supply the ’
needs incident to canstruetmc. of
military establishments m Flor
ida and other states, Florida lum -
ber mills are now mare active
than in many months Kid the
prospect is that the demanc an
the output of these mills wiL he
greater when additional construc
tion in connection with the de
fense program gets tinder way jr
Florida and other states.
In immediate prospect over
and above the SIBJBBjM con
struction job at Camp Blanc mg
soon to be started, will be the es
tablishment of three addxtaaca.
sub-aviation training bases to
Mac Dill Field at Tampa, sourc
ing to Senator Pepper
These sub-bases anil be estab
lished at West Pairo Beach Ocala
and Tallahassee each at an esti
mated cost of SI.MOjBN Thi:
PmLhCE
Bob Baker—Fuzrv Kruch*
CHIP OF THE FLYHVG U
Starring J. Mack Brown
also
COMEDY SERIAL
Speaking of GOOD COFFEE toy
Strong Ann Brud C mtiee
Imported Cuban. South America
and Mocha. Order acme to
day from vour grocer
TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS
HONROE NEAT MARKET
SUGAR. 5 lbs. . 23c
RICE. 5 lbs. 21c
PHILLIP S TOMATO JUICE
3 cans 25c
CRISCO ox SPRY. 3 -to cas SBc
No. 2 1 * can PHILLIP'S
BAKED BEANS Be
POTATOES 1C Lbs. Me
CREAM tall can. 3 cam 11c
PAUL LUMLET
510 Fleming Si. Phone 411
■ J
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Week-End Specials
BUTTER, _
n> -5C
COFFEE
LUZIANNE, 9 Jc
MAXWELL HOUSE. £2C
EHLER'S GRADE “A",
DEL MONTE. 99
SNOWDRIFT.
3-lb can ** I C
APPLE SAUCE. -I
2 cans AePV
3 bars WOODBURY'S SOAP
and 1 bottle
JERGEN S LOTION
BLUE PLATE SALAD iWi
DRESSING qls.
PEAS. CORN. STRING 1 ~
BEANS. 2 cans ltM.
Large pkg. CHIPSO. OQ
with FREE TRAY £tOC
SANI FLUSH. 1 Q.
large
DUTCH CLEANSER | ~
2 cans
WALDORF TISSUE. d*
6 rolls mvC
CORNED BEEF.
CHILE CON CARNE. 1 '
2 cam _ IvC
2 pkgs. GEORGE
WASHINGTON TOBACCO.
1 BRIAR PIPE. QO
-1 ib pkg. VANILLA 1/
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2 Phones 2 Trucks
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Duval and Olivia BtoweCa
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