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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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For 55 Years Devoted to country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit




VOLUME LVI. No. 291. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




Bid For Conservative East EFFORTS TO BE f PURCHASE OF NEW ,STEEL. FERRIES Settlement Of WPA Strike Now


MADE TO FINISHINLAND f FOR OVERSEA HIGHWAY: AUTHORIZED



Seen Started By Democrats ROUTE I Purchase of the two lar-ferric :t, will be made by Captain Demer-1 I ..

itt to have a crew Appears Imminent Men
__ t which are now at Cairo Illinois the waters of the Mississippi River ; Taking

1,II'.4'.II"4"A II COMMODORE BROOK TO TAKE bas been authorized and travel on the vessels, one' in
Party Leaders Planning 'I command of Captain Demerittand

i WILCOX TO DISPLAY UP MATTER AT RIVERS Captain Eugene Demerit, of the the other commanded by

Organization For Come I;, KEY, WEST EXHIBITS!!,! AND HARBORS CONGRESS I Monroe County Ferry System, Captain Orleans. Sharpley as far as New Vote On Issue This Afternoon

ing Events Bearing On; NEW ORLEANSCommodore and Captain A. E. Sharpley, local There the crews will be sent

Congressman J. Mark Wil- back and others shipped to come ..
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CampaignBy COK, Ka feathered an extensive I pilot left Jacksonville this morning with the vessels from New Orleans -----

collection of coral shells, to Key West where as soon ".11.1"4'dP 'I" 1
A. II. Brook, mem- for Cairo. MAY CONVERT
feather, and possible will be Indications Point To
sea sea cap as they placedin
ber of the Florida Inland Water- I 11 i
other marine growths from I I Captains Demeritt and Sharp- service between Matecumbeand STONE EXPRESSES

(Chief of Bureau.BYRON The PRICE A .cla e* the water of Key West and way Commission, will make every ley left by plane yesterday after- No Name Ke>'. I RAILROAD INTOHIGHWAY I, APPRECIATION FOR About Ninety Percent

Press \\..hj.icl..' will exhibit them in Washington effort possible to have the water noon for Miami and proceeded to The ferries are of steel con- t 1
A major turn in political D. C.Regarding. 1 I" way completed from No Name Jacksonville where today they met rtruction. with a capacity of 32 ROAD THANKS RESOLUTIONWriting Vote In Favor Of Re-

the collectionMr. I Key to Key West when he attends with WPA officials for instruc cars each and are admirably
U hinted in recent Democratic
strategy Wilcox write to friend I the National Rivers and t tions. Captain Demeritt was adapted, it is said, for service in from Washington turning To Work

gesture toward the sup in Key, West "It is most ex I I Harbors Congress to be held in handed a check with which to the waters they are to traverse, D. c., to Ross C. Sawyer,

posedly-conservative east. cellent and I am sure going New Orleans La, next week I complete the purchase. as they have a draft of only 4 1-2 WALL STREET JOURNAL PUBLISHES I clerk of board of county com
to make a very interesting I Arriving at ,Cairo arrangements feet when loaded. I missioners Jnlius F. Sto.e.jr. ,
having been appointed Florida ARTICLE TELLINGOF Striking workmen on
If the current tread of these exhibit !n my Washington I I delegate, by Governor Sholtz. : -.- ., extends thanks for Mr.

overtures means anything, it indicates office. I Discussing the matter, over long PROBABLE PLANS IN Sawyer's courtesy in "sending WPA projects in Key West

the Democratic organization the"It exhibit is my a*purpose having to come label distance telephone from Fort! TEXAS MAY GET MILLION ACRE PARK I NEGOTIATIONSIn resolution" a copy of the Thanksgiving are voting this afternoon as
11 Lauderdale yesterday with Miss passed by your
is planning to attack in forceat from Key West and to display Ileeri Williams Commodore Brook :, honorable body on the 26th, to whether or not to return

it in a book case in. aa j suggested that all necessary dataon IN BIG BEND'OF THE RIO GRANDE .November: 1935. l to work. The balloting is be-
the very point where the Republican office in attractivemanner the Wall Street Journal of
outer .
an II
j the waterway and the desiresof \,WhiIe we in the govern-
strategists have felt most so as to do a little- I Key West be assembled and recent date appeared an ,article __met have tried to do what ing held at Bayview Park

advertising for Key Weat.I I forwarded to him. (OT Antedated Press) dealing with converting the Florida .wip,could to help Key Western I and the ballots being placed
FORT DAVIS. Tex. Dec. 7.- Indian word for ghosts are rugged -
aecere.
East Coast Railroad into
well as to afford something a
I Today Miss Williams, Superin-f to help themselves backto
remnants of one of the old- in a regular ballot box
Such a development would be of interest to my callers tendent of lighthouses Wm. W. Deep in America's last frontier highway route. which subjcet is self support we are only provided -
contrary to all previous eXpt'Cta.1tions. while tbey are waiting to see Demeritt and County Commissioner est parts of the earth's surface of much interest to Key West. too conscious that much by the county.
1 the Big Bend country of West say scientists. .
The article here-
is reproduced
Up to a month or BO ago' me. Wm. R. Porter were busy as- Towering above> all is Mount with that we would like to do remains This secret ballot wa.I
it was the almost universal supposition ';: remb'ing: the necessary data and Texas-lies 1,000,000 acres of : undone and that some
that Democratic: preparations ':111111.1'11.4 j;| securing for Commodore Brook I Emory 7,835 feet above sea level "Washington-The piers that I desirable things may sot e.e.ba.e (I agreed on this morning at a
I rugged beauty apparently destined -high for Texas. carry the (Florida East Coast I _
the
were pointing in exactly official appointment as represen- occurred to us.
Already in the heart of the conference between the com
Railroad the Florida
opposite direction. tative for Monroe county. for a national park. across Keys "With patience and courage -
i MAKE PLANS TO Chisos lies a state park of 286- from the mainland to Key West
I mittee appointed the
The belief was widespread These data will be forwarded I and a united leadership, by
Across the Rio Grande at thesouthernmost 000 molded CCC be
1 acres being by may converted into the under-
south to start with tomorrow to Commodore Brook. it
that with the is reasonable to expect that !strikers and the
workers. The greater park will pining of a motor highway if ne- : ? county commissioners -
Mr. Roosevelt ,would concentrateon HELP CHILDRENON who advised that he will be at part of the great I II each year will qee the situation
annexing in the west and midwest the Florida National Bank in include this. The state park lies gotiations now under way reach improve" | which was attended -
I herd in the stream, Mexico. is 112 miles from Alpine. I I a successful: conclusion.
the needed additional electoral Jacksonville the entire day Tues- I
CHRISTMAS!!i The tentative selection of land "The Florida East Coast, following r.A'.I" j I by representatives of
day. 1'1'.4Y
votes.It : planning a 1,000OOO-acre park to i Ar II
was taken for granted of The needs of Key West in, this I takes in not only the Chisos range I the September hurricane ; the press city council and
I'I I make it an international show with its beautiful canyons, but includes approached the Reconstruction .
matter of the water
course that the east would not be I completing i THEDAGUERRA the WFA organization.
Finance in regard to the
the famous Mariscal Corp.
permitted to go Republican entirely I THOSE NOT EXPECTING TO I I way to Key West from No Name spot. canyon -
I and Santa Helena possibility of obtaining funds for It was fxMatotl out that strik-
Commodore canyon- I
to
by default. Seme sort .of!! Key was brought
BE VISITED BY SANTA State and national park leaders the "grand canyon' of the Rio repairing the line, badly damaged I TAKES PRIZE
campaign would be made there,]! [ Brook' attention in a communication -:I INCITIZENCONTEST; ing against the governi-tat could 1
made Grande. in the storm. RFC, officials were
but many politicians were con CLAUS ARE REQUESTED TO from Henry B. Haskins. assistant 'I recently preliminary outlines be productive of netting else
II superintendent of lighthouses ( of the desired scenic Authorized By CongressThe I I not enthusiastic about the idea
vinced it wouldbe largely per- I I area on pointing out that earnings over I [than a toes to the city and the
SEND has wide
without IN LETTERS the commodore said dur- the Texas side. area a diversity
functory and hope. In the
party of .
of bird life. Its includes the section of the road, between people, that./WPA officials had
his distance vegetation -
What happened is not yet clear _______ : ing long telephone nine that spent five in the i '
days I Jewfish on the mainland, and !
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but the evidence revision conversation. the red and green madrona, I stated ia BO aster tajn tsrms that
of a off i .., Big Bend,were_. CoL._ggnra4 LWifth KUo W.eat, had shown a downward -: ':
previous -plans Is- quitea Boysandgirls 'who"1 assistant director of the I trend in recent and I
years
ing. l'-.fascinat.f to be visited Santa Claus I j i southernmost aspens in America I }' matter and that if the did i
by I men
CUBAN OFFICIAL national park service, and D. E. I junipers pines, pinons and the that cost of putting the 122-mile EFFORTS TO WIN RAZOR
Indications at Christmas time may find\\ it Colp chairman of the Texas state dine i I II in shape. would be heavy. !not return to work the project..-,
cedar that in
First there was the matter of; I weeping occurs few SET IN FINDING ERROR IN
advantageous to advise Kris GOING TO MIAMI park board. They saw the "scenic parts of the United States. I "Recently at a conference between would be irrevocably cancelled.\!
the local elections in November i 1 I
Kringle of their needs million" acres from horseback, Jesse II. Jones chairman ADVERTISEMENT I
involving state and municipal of-I by sendinghim I Congress has passed a resolution -I lAJnd once cancelled they will: all
i of the RFC, and Senator Duncan
motorcar.and plane. I
a letter setting forth their authorizing the national parks be
fices in New York Pennsylvania U. Fletcher of Florida. who long i i over definitely.
I Now Deserted I service to accept this area as a I Stress laid action the
New Jersey and several other hopes. was on of
I. CHANCELLOR J. A. MENDOZA A vast and empty land of national park when it can be'!! has urged that a motor highway Upwards of 50 were I government in like
places. All youngsters should send let- |I be built from the I' broken mountains and canyons, turned over to them in fee sim-!" ; received in I Other state workmen
Instead of taking defeat with- ORDERED TO DUTY IN Key West the Suggestion was the miSpeHedword! -1Mnt the:
ters to Santa's .
headquarters at I
out a struggle the eastern Democratic the Big Bend once was the homeof ple. j made that the Florjda East Coast's contest in The Citizen of yestei*;;j:struck andm taedrfafter: a reasonable -
organfzations infused their Bayview Park where his repre- I THAT CITY the ancient basket maker In- To be able to give title, the I roadbed might sferve as a substructure day and of this number h :J: title! ,i {eprTfc&rn to work.
re i
workers with a zeal which provided sentatives will personally presentthe dians. Now it is deserted. It has I state of Texas will have to acquire for the highway, ma- ** I whereupont.ri| ei vpr 'j ee" were stop-

some genuine surprises. I matter to the genial old fellow I almost no population.Its ownership, in part by purchase terially reducing the road's cort. were thirteen who found the ttM and not resumed.

In New York state the Democrats who, it is confidentally as- Chancellor J. A. Mendoza of the I I peaks and pockets and bar I and in part by legislation, "Government funds would be correct word, which was "shirts" I The conference lasted mores

polled a state-wide majority!sured, will heed their pleas. Cuban consulate in Key West to-: ren canyons gleam in rainbow t as there is considerable state used to purchase the Florida East spelled shorts, in the J. G. Kan- than one hoar, all phases of the

of nearly 400,000 causing sol 'Jay received instructions to re- colors. The Chisos. a mountain j f|i school land included in the district I Coast's extension and to furnish tor advertisement I[staation being discussed, but the
And if the same boys and girls port at once in :Miami and assume i I range bearing the name of an principal which created the
staunch a "new deal" foe as Representative I funds for building the roadway.The Envelopes in which answers are}j i point
Hamilton Fish to classify -! who write letters will attend the the duties of chancellor in the proposal has been made thata enclosed unclosed deepest impression on the leader+
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the Empire state as among; big Community Christmas tree on consulate! in that city. I toll highway be built with the or coupons are I:of the movement, was the one

of :Mr. Mendoza called at The Citizen : bonds to raise marked according to tile time they I which they realized was the assurance
the most doubtful in 1936. ( tie night December 23, the i CARNES FAMILYLEAVE THIRTEEN LEAVE RFC purchasing
office this afternoon for the I received and the of,'
In New Jersey the Democratslost Monday preceding Christmas at funds for the cost oj its construc are reply that once stopped these
in one branch of the legislature I purpose of advising through these tion." Miss Theda Guerra, 912 JaMes I projects would not be resumed
but gained in the other.i 7:30 o'clock there may be a number1 columns officials of the county ON TRIP ON BOARD PLANEPlane street, was the first of those with dire eonseqrences to the
of surprises in store for them. ]! nad city and his hundreds of other citizenry ia general but especially -
Democratic machines in several
: REDUCED FARESANNOUNCED ,ceived with the right
i friends; of the call he answer. re-I .
Pennsylvania cities demonstratedan To be assured of being consld-j hurry to women rod children.At
Three of these
received which prevents him from misspelled the conclusion of the meeting -
unprecedented voting strength. ered all children should begin DEPART YESTERDAY AFTER. of the Miami-Key West
1 persontV Jbidding them goodbye.IliVeeply 'Airways, Incorporated. left FOR Contests were held during the past it WM decided to have 2000
Immediately thereafter impor-j writing at once. | yesterday I
tant party leaders began to lean t a regrets that his off NOON FOR TAMPA ROUTE_ ,| afternoon 4 o'clcok with week.. The first word was its, ballots printed. At the top of

i 'aj,# 'es make it obligatory to 13 follows: which should bane been it's. Jack the ballot the question in Engli
toward Philadelphia as the 1936' passengers as STEAMER ROUTETENDAY
CUBA ARRIVES Ie "| Jji home in Key West whereftearr'h'es TO NSW ORLEANS LA. I Davis McDonald Alexander I 1 "Do You Desire To Return T<.
convention city of the Democrats.. Mathews won the Gillette razor.; "
rh \ he said. but though Sane Belcher Ed. W. Bark- Work! Below that in Spanih."Si .
Stone
By late November that city seem., -- -
ed to be well in the lead. The FROM HAVANA i{duty calls him away, memory and I ley, Frank Wentz. Clarence Mul-, ROUND TRIP TICK.! Thenext, word was by, uhiehsffotfld Desean Regresar AI Trabajn"
circumstance can be explained ; Sortoarf associations will never al- I Surgeon E. II. Carnes United IStat5 i lis. Wm. Arnold, Mrs. Wm. Arn- I have been be, and Mrs. and at the bottom of the ticket

only as meaning that these leaders low him to forget he is a Key Public Health Service, in'']| old, Joaquin Roma era. Eugene ETS TO BE SOLD ON KEY| Everett W. Russell got the prize.- a square space for an X mark
Wester. with the words "Yes"!' and "Si"to
think a full-force campaign in Demeritt, A. E. Sharpley, Rose WEST PORT TAMPA AND In yesterday's contest :Miss
Pennsylvania would be worth try Steamship Cuba, of the P. and I charge of the Marine hospital at I! Betancourt Everett Oslin. Guerra was one of those who decided the right and another square
ing. O. S. S. company arrived from BAINBRIDGE ST. PETERSBURG TRIPS i that while lots of short are space with the "No" and "No"
Key West left on the Cuba : to the right.
Havana yesterday afternoon with yes worn none have ever been seen
Finally the President himself, ; RETURNS
in his Atlanta speech,talked di- two first class pasengers for Key terday afternoon for Tampa en- EUREKA To stimulate interest in travel with collars, and by this quick The tickets: are of ample length
AND SON DEPARTLEAVE I Port Tampa, Key West and width to afford folding in
between and action
West thinking prompt won
first
rectly to those> eastern cities who I I ; eight and nine second
have made so much of the issue class for Tampa. I route to> New Orleans.Accompanying TO PORT FRIDAYSchooner and St. Petersburg, the P. and O. the de luxe Gillette razor set. such manner that the workmen h
marking the slip can place >s
De-
of The vesel sailed 6:30 o'clock S. S. company will effective Readers of The Citizen should
government spending and recurring Dr. Carnes were ballot in the box with the same
deficits.If for Tampa with 28 passengers!, egmbcr 15, inaugurate 10-day watch the pages of next week'rissues
YESTERDAY ON CUBA I Mrs. Carnes, daughter Rose reduced !security from prying eyes as; if
tickets at
his earlier were'' 11 of whom took passage at Key I Eureka Captain Hill rotnd trip a as other contests will appear
speeches:
West. ENROUTE TO POINTS IN Mary\ and son, Bill. The family I which has been under charter to fare of $18. I during the week. afforded at a regular election.

pointed westward aimed at this the one financial certainly -! Steamship: Ozark of the Clyde- will travel by highway in they i[, the Lighthouse Department" returned The Steamship Cuba on which f Members of the committee gaveassurance
was : TENNESSEE there would be no
and industrial centers along the Ma'Iory Lines arrived from New I family car being shipped on the,II to port yesterday when these pickets will be honored I PEIPING'S MAYOR WINS bear the pre vot-
brought to
Westto sure OB
I Orleans with cargo for Key West, Cuba, going to their destination J the charter was concluded.The made her last trip from Key
eastern seaboard. I I | and the chairman. it wax
CO-EDUCATION BATTLE! ers
President's I discharged and sailed for Miami I in the Crescent City, where the I vessel has been in service Tampa yesterday afternoon .
PlansThis and Jacksonville: 7:20 o'clock. Ms. W II. Bainbridge wife of doctor will take an examination I since the hurricane of September t until December 17. The vessel said had agreed to tell the menit

group of de'elopments.1 Freighter Colorado of the Lieutenant Bainbridge of the U. I for promotion. I. 2, having on board a group of will arrive Monday, December 16, (IJy Associated PresetPEIPING. was his opinion. it would be to

considered in as a whole might fit: same lines is due to arrive tomorrow I!I S. Coast and Geodetic survey. and'I Members of the surgeon's staff workers engaged to repair aids to i proceed to Havana and return the Dec 7.-Coeducation their best interests to return to
with any one of several ex-! i ', left the Steamship I of the Seventh in local schools is to become work.
I from New York en route! son Walter jr.. on and other employes and a group navigation in sections following day. high
planations. to Tampa. Cuba yesterday afternoon for I of :friends were at the pier to District principally in Hawk : The hiatus in the schedule of a thing of the past in. this Statemeat From Cilford
It is possible that Mr. Roose-j Tampa. the reef. i the vessel is due to that section city but Following a short discussion, re-
Four masted schooner Cabrina I: wish the Carnes family a pleas Channel and on by easy stages.And
velt realizing how difficult it has![ arrived in the harbor last night The Bainbridges have been in ant trip. I of marine law requiring ships to only after a bitter dispute garding the suspension of WPA

been in the past to carry a presi-j for repairs to certain parts of het I Key West a little more than one I II I,'I I be placed in drydock at stipulated between Peiping's moralistic mayor i activities and the possibility of

dential election against a united) machinery and is berthed in, the!I year and during their stay have periods for cleaning and over- Yuan Liang and a union of i securing a sufficient MB-ber of

industrial east, really has deter-J i stream. I I endeared themselves to a wide SPEND! AN ENJOYABLE ,, hauL private middle schools who opposed workmen signing to P back to

mined to make a play for a com-i' !circle of friends a number of EVENIN; :at ?t AUCTION SALE t The Cuba viII go in drydock at his efforts to deprive them I work Monday, M. E. Gilfond,
bination of south and east leav-1 \ !I week and be placedin students local administrator issued a statement
NOTICECity i whom were at the pier to bid Mobile next of their girl
ing the western situation to more I farewell to Mrs. Bainbridge and, GARDEN OF ROSESI t Tonight At 8:00 O'clock [ readiness for sailing from A compromise provides the showing that 90 per cent of

or less take care of itself. "I taxes are now due and'son. I FREE PRIZESI :Tampa[ Sunday, December 15. schools will accept no new girl the men employed have signed up
Place
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__ "J -..::. tax collector. 5 per cent discount j Tennessee and Virginia. and in TONITEGood i I variety of item for now have to graduate. !:

allowed during the month of December -I I,about one month go to New Orleans -'II i Christmas Gift to bo offered. DANCETonito Mayor Yuan has no objectionto "All WPA projects will be

$ ca rams i|i I ; 4 per cent in January; 3 j where they will be joined Music { At 9:00 CYdki co- ducation. in primary schools opened on Monday. The work.

': per cent in February; 2 per cent by Lieutenant Bainbridge and RefreshmentsDancing FRANK JOHNSON I or in universities, but believes men assigned to these project

and k"u1 Taxes are delinquent June 1st. San Francisco where the lieutenant II Colonial Hotel B.ild! r I PritckardTs Orchestra study and play together during I and go to work. Whether a workman -
WHISKIES
AND GINS Ij I I I SAM B. PINDER has been assigned to serv- I Entertainment ADMISSION --------.-..-..- 49c adolescence. He has established I signed a slip or not be can
j Jdec4-7 l City Tax Collector. ice. j I special schools for the girls. I (Continued on Pap Fear)

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GE TWO TflfJ. fcfcY; WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY DECEMBER. 7. 19'3.
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WATCHING THE PAPERS _1 ........................ I coast: from San Francisco northward ........................ ........................

(E'be Ittp '$ttf' 1, KEY WEST THE WEATHER in the West Gulf States) Today's Today In History

.. -- Published Dally Kxc lMKar! By Administration officials in Washington DAYS GONE IN-I Mississippi and Ohio Valeys and I ........................
THE CITIZEN PVBLISinWpTCO. I>C.L. ........................ southern Lake region and rain ; Anniversaries
keep informed concerning what the I ia. 1'18i-. ware the first to
p, ARTXAJT.President tiappeniags Her Jest 1O wr Lowest Highest :and snow in the region around .......................i <
JOE ALLE Autata.t Th. Citizen$.dreu Building ltaaaaerFrrm newspapers of the country are saying Ago Today A* Tak.. Front "I Station last night last 24 hours I Lake Superior. Little Rock, Ark.,' 1542-Mary Stunt Queen of1: ratify the CorWitatios.
The Files Of Tie Citxe! rainfall 1.42 inches.
Abilene _.. 46 62 reporting a of
Corner Greene and Ann Streets about -- .
them through a government clipping Scots born Died Feb. 8, 1581.1801Abigsil
t Atlanta ._m___ 40 58 Temperatures Lave risen from the i 1898-Patent far pneumatic
3 Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and :Monroe bureau, known as Press Intelligence. About Clyde Potts, consulting sanitary! Boston. 20 24 I Mississippi Valley eastward, but tire granted Joint B. Dunlop o:
H. Xew !
County.Eutd __ engineer of New York, announced f Buffalo _.. 20 34 readings are still below normal Gibbons I
fifty persons are employed to read and York reformer philanthropist(I
at Key West. Florida aa eyxid class matter yesterday that his proposed plan: Charleston -.- 44 58 in the Atlantic States except in : 'i -
"'.. FIF'I'r.SIXTIl T e 4.RMrmWr clip some 400 newspapers every day. for a sewer system in Key West'' Chicago __ 38 44 I eastern Florida. and prison reform worker.f bona I 1896-Itaiia* force routed at
Died Jan. 16 1
in Philadelphia. ,
r will rive the one of the Denver .. ..32 52 U S. KENNEDY i Ktkioptan King;
city a by
.fHi Ike As.elatea Pftaa Everything that refers to the aivities most modern systems of this kind Detroit _.... 32.34': I Officer in Charge. 1893.1805Georre. I Ii I==
entitled to
: Associated Press Im excla.alyel'. d'- ."tches credited use toJ of the government whether of praise or in the Mr. Potts is at Galveston .!_66, 70 r 1
fo.publication of all n.w :> country. I i'
credited >n this paper vd also ; Havana 68 .. .................. Opdyke noted
It or not otherwise present in New York and has completed -, that
116 AwMHKeawat
war
is clipped for the information of t1 I -
Ahe local news published re.NATIONS. censure Huron 32 38 i" : clothing manufacturer, made 1
contemplated arrangements. '''--' CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Beet I t AMtria's Bttttnt hi half.]
reformer publicist and New York
the departments or officials concerned. All for the proposed system after Jacksonville 52 64 : '!
LWTCRlAl: Kansas CSty.. 48 SO. City may.r_ born in New Jersey. I
with number of 'other
JI ASSOCIATION editorials are gone over by a staff of train- meeting and a before them KEY WEST ._ 65 73 Died June 12, 1880. :; noted BIJOU.Talk (......or. born
ALe lttt i 93 SSTBicitffTIoN engineers laying > :
< .rt in Erie c. N. Y. Died April 4.
Little Rock 50 54 ,
ed workers who condense their substanceinto the plans worked out most suitable
as -,' ...... .. ...... .. 1923.
ItA.ES I for this city. His telegram relative Los Angeles .. 50 64 cue 55 5 55 1808-Hugh McCulloch, In- ,
One Tear ___m___ _-.. _$1000 convenient form for quick reading by to the project was Louisville .... 42 48 NURSERY STOCK diana banker. Secretary of the _

Tore Six Months Months.' _om_.-_-.-- -- J.II 100 I the higherups.Each by Edward Goerk.' of the received Florida I Miami .......__., 68' 72 i' Treasury under Lincoln. John$ nand ,i 1835-G.or rc E. Church,

One Month ____.__._h ..93 Keys Bond and Mortgage com-I' Minneapolis 36 38 ROSE BUSHES-World's best. ; Arthur, born at Kennebunk, American devil .a inner xpl<,re:'
Weekly %0 morning typewritten bulletins pany. New Orleans 62 72 Hints on care and culture. Free ,Elaine. Died My %4. 1895.182T : end writer born :t< New Bedford

ADVEJITHUTG BATVS containing a digest of the news and edi- i New York 20 34 illustrated catalog. McClung Mass Died in London, Jan. 5.
Made known on applio.tlon. Pensacola 58 64 Bros.' Rose Xursery. Tyler. Horace Boies Iowa'
torial comment clipped the previous day News was received in Key West i! ,1910.
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Pittsburgh Texas
SPECIALKOTICB dec7-ltx .
last eveningannouncing appointments ; -- - -- ----- ---
Xll reading notices, cards of thauks, resolutions of are sent to President Roosevelt and his I St. Louis ._. 40 44
respect, obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at made for Key West FOR RENT -
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principal executive officers while mime-: Salt Lake City 30 48 nEngraved _
the rate of 10 cents a line. churches at the annual :Methodist
Nuli copies furnished to 400 conference which closed in Orlando
ographed are
some LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT
derived Snts a lits. -
ft. revenue Is to be are Seattle .__._ 48 .60
The Citizen is an open forum aii Inviter discus minor officials. ,. last night. Rev. L. Mnnro has' -2 bed rooms, con'Tenienees. -
local general Tampa _.__...,__ 54 70
or
lion of public Issues and subjects : been Greeting
returned to First Methodist 519 Elizabeth
Interest bat it will not publish an. ymous Communications. The original clippings are carefully Washington ..24 42 porches.
church, Rev. T. R. Adams succeeds '| 28 Street. nov13
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classified and filed for reference so that a : Rev., Wm. E. Bryant at Williston ---

Fleming Street and Rev.I I. I i FURNISHED APARTMENT
complete article can be promptly fur- church Temperatures*
IMPROVEMENTS FORCE. WEST E. !*. Ley has been appointed toserve Modern conveniences, 628 CARDS
73
nished official who desires it. Highest ,
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN This any service established'about another .year at Ley Memo i Lowest ..:,.: --:. ::.._.:::.. _:.-..- .65 I' White street, or call at Gaiti.1Barber

was rial. Mean ...*_ -- .. _. ,.....i... :.:69 Shop nevlS
two years ago,under the National Recovery i Normal :Mean ._._..-. a x.71 PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW
FURNISHED APARTMENT, with
1. Water andBridges Sews"".e. Administration, and was sponsored by the Dining room of the Over Sea I! Rainfall I electric ice box. 1001 Eaton,
Hotel under of J.
2. to connnve Po..0 Maims President himself. The head of Press In- management i, Yesterda;'s Precipitation T. Ins phone 879-J. oy91O.x Over 500'Different Samples To Select From
Ric.hards. will be formally opened
I Normal Precipitation ._ .03 Ins.
land. telligence is ltIiss'1ttberine C. Blackburn, for the winter with I -
season a .
-Tkhr resri ..... s.-._. period NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT
1.. Free Port. who supervises. the work of her subordinates dance tomorrow night: This event I I .slag' a I A .Vtork thlti, mutrmtmtTomorrow's ... with garage. Apply 827
Priced Low
will be elaborate scale and I
4. Hotel and Ap.*--. *.-... and the .preparation of the daily bul- those who on have an received invitations -I I Almanac Duval street. oetlS
Sun rises .. 7:00 a. m.
I I -
I letins. and have signified their in- STYLES OF ENGRAVINGWish
5. Bathing Pariliuu ., Sun sets .. 5:38 p. m. FOR SALE 40

Luul Thin-skinned officials no doubt get a tention of attending indicate 1.t Moon rises _...___..._._.. 4:22 p. m.
6.
Airports 4l. good many headaches from the criticisms there will be one of the largest'I Moon sets .._._m....____. 526 a. m. *OK SALE-1 large Ice Box i in
7. Consolidation of .""-Ouny end City attendance of ,the season at a' similar good order. Priced very low.
I Full Moon, 9th ......10:10 p. m.Tomorrow's Your Friends A MERRY CHRISTMAS
contained in the clippings Miss Blackburn
Governments. event. I Tides Apply to Cabrera Wholesale
sends them. I Grocery Inc. dec7-10-12 With GREETING CARDS
P.M.
A.M.

Norwegian Steamer Alaska arrived I High ....._._.___ 8:46 8:02
in port this morning from ? BICYCLES
When business men's books constantlyshow Low __m__ 2:18 1:16
EARLY CHRISTMAS ADVERTISING Mobile with of
shipment
a large
I Barometer For Distinctive Cards, Call at or Phone
today
8
In.
red, it makes them see red. lumber on board. This is consigned BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
Sea level, 30.28. i
to points in the upper part Hour Day or Week. Repairall
Readers of the metropolitan news- of the state and to cities on the: makes and paint them with

:Many of those not so meek are in- papers cannot fail to notice the early east coast. It will be unloaded WEATHER_: FORECAS1 Nn-EnameL We carry a full -
within the week and sent rail supply of parts. Agent for the : THE ARTMAN PRESS
,heriting the earth by paying the taxes. Christmas advertising of the large storesin to the'reveraJ destinations.by (Till 8 p. m., Sunday) Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I

these cities. Key West and Vicinity: Mostly And sell them as low as $5.00

Should Roosevelt's ship of state We are somewhat accustomed to efforts Editorial comment; : Incorrigible I I cloudy and down and $1.00 per week. CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51
Phone 276. J. R. Slower Cnovl8tf
boys are said to be making much t"nsettl.d
to speed retail buying by mer-
founder on the rocks he would'stilt have up trouble, but the kids are more II i -"""" --J!:

the old HuUleft. chants in various places but it was some- worried about their incorrigible -I -- -

thing of a surprise to observe the large parents. I .

display advertisements of Christmas goods I \
Fear of loss of money makes cowardsof The Japanese operetta Yanki e
that began appearing last week. San which November: 1 f
staged
many but there are always some who was :
These progressive merchants realize 30 by'.pupils of the high schools, I ,l: fle r

stick by a principle. that they can get more business by an early will be repeated by the same cast itL
in the auditorium of the high -
I ..
opening of the Christmas season. They school Thursday, December 10. '..

Observance of all the health ruleswould I decided to speed up Christmas buying I Partly Cfaufy a

probably cause one to live longer I knowing full well that the earlier it starts Work of widening White street!' tonight and Sundry; not much

than he could afford. the greater the volume that will follow. began this morning. Gangs of men II change iiv temperature; moder- / i
are busy removing telegraph poles: ate easterly wind '
preparatory to moving them several
Florida: Partly cloudy to unsettled -
Some one told Jonah he would makean .................................... feet back. Activities startedat f tonight and Sunday; slightly \ rf

"THE WORLD FOR GOD" County Road. in west-central -
warmer portion
ancestor outs him. No./::e elongated .

porter of Tie Citizen \is going about Musical circles will be interested Jacksonville tonight. to Florida,Straits _

chestily with a swelled head. : "We are not sufficient but our suf-- to learn of the piano recital tobe and East Gulf: Moderate north- _

i ficiency is of God." ; given tomorrow in the convent .east to east winds; partly cloudy -
auditorium by MSss! Doris Cates i :
-Second 3-5. to overcast weather tonight and
The word "obedh:-te': ? was once used Corinthians and Miss Ladorna' Saunders. Invitations -, Sunday. .., .
I .................................... I have been issued to '"
but obsolete now, to denote a gesture of re ,
last twelve friends of the pupils who will participate WEATHER CONDITIONS l
back the
Looking over
spect. Some writer -all use it for that in- I in the recital.

dication but "obeisance" is now the modern :s months we are glad for them all, just Pressure is moderately! low ,

form. exactly as they happened and filled with Mends of City will Auditor Charles this morning- over the upper Mis- g E' C EM B E R. 8..0"1 5

every one of the incidents and "accidents"that H. J. Roberts regret to learn sissippi Valley and northen! Plans:
that he is confined to his home at States, Duluth and Minneapolis,
I came with them. It was a great year. 1225 South street. He has been
i Minn., 29.84 inches and con
Gibbon the historian Describes the I Thrills
the
We would not change one single part of it. absent from his office since last tinues high over the Atlantic Speed Breath-Taking in

trinity of greatnt as: "A head te_ contrive ,,I Years are filled with just about what Thursday and 'although shows States,.New York City and Washington -

,. a heart to resolve and a band to ex \ something signs of recovery to still quite ilL D. C., 30.68 inchespwhilz:
: a fellow puts into\jhem. They are of the
another1 area' Greatest Aerial Year
,ecute. Lacking any of these requirements I the high pressure overspreads Display
I like photograph that the artist Mrs. William H. White was }I California and' the

there can te no reatI'lPss. sets on an easel and, repaints. It comes hostess today to ladies' of the Plateau i region San Francisco,
I'I First church at an'all-
Baptist day 30.28. 'Ram has occurred daring
out, not quite true sto life but amazingly meeting. The morning hours were Show Worth to See Yet
the last 24 hours on. the Pacific A Traveling Days --
The the world
common people over glorified and full of life and loveliness. to devotion exercises and these I

are too much taken up wish:: their! own 1 I Life is like that too. It can be glorified were followed by luncheon. During -I and fancy work engaged the attention Just: a Few Short Hours Away

daily tasks to trouble themselves much with color and the afternoon plain sewing i of the group. '
and made splendid
t ___ __ __ ____ ) As you read this-planes from the skyway of the
about and u
internatior.a1! politics affairs -- -
beauty and it does not make a great deal I Nation are roaring into Miami. Almost hourly, new
but unfortunately they are capable of being I .;fi
: of difference what kind of a picture thereis I groups join those already here for partiefpfttmt i ia

stirred up by agitation to a dangerous to start with.A CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF '.tat f the climaxing event of Miami's pre-Christmas_ pro

extent. blind man rode down on the street THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK .- gram.'

car with us recently. He has been alwayslike .
OF KEY WEST .a! : Last year,cars from all over the Nation were parked
When we scent the aroma of a de- that never could see from the day of 11( FEATURES
-r at Municipal Airport. With such added toCLEM'SOHM
a display
lectable chef who *. at tie close of Irmia November I, 193S,
dish prepared by ,a his birth. We talked casually and in the Gall k Miami's mid-winter attractions. Floridians have a
Comptroller's
knows his cebollas, we become interestedand eager way that blind folk have he said, as Famm oBat-Wing.0.w d- show that's worth traveling days to see. Yet, it'sAL

possibly b'mgry although not hun we rode along: RESOURCESLoans WILLIAMS literally just a few hours away by train or bus-er'

gry &t the moment. So it i i3"- with an ad- "I've got a lot to be thankful for-I and Investments. 304,746.10 Hick Speed Stratmc. a short drive in your own car.

vertisement if properly v ..tied and print'ed sure have. My home belongs to me, I've Overdrafts 19.14 THREE MEN Oft FLTCfCTHREg
Banking House Furnitureand TJtAnz&'W. -
In an attractive mane ;:i ruggests desire got a nice wife and a dandy baby my Fixtures 33929.76 .. --wt' Any. Stust Miami Is In Holiday Array

for the article adv-rL:.>ed and we buy business takes m.e all over town and I meet Stock of the Federal Re-

though not in need o* the 1 goods at the any number of fine people. It's a great Temporary serve Bank Federal- Deposit 4500.00 -Aadae MUCS ci a j.O'Cu.dr BEER- Don't miss this opportunity to visit exciting Miami

time. life." Insurance1 Fnn4 1,954.01 Stoat T wa.. at its best. Colorful uniforms mingle with gay resort

United States Govern woes> KECOKir attire. Shops display novel' Christmas merchandise,
Outside we passed se''eral'endors of meat Obligations direst *** .' s- Th'' .
I much.of it special lines not available elsewhere in
"The semicolon player. I spoke of and fully ,..Fart .
one SHAM BATTLES
boys are simply a pencils organ t M1 anteed -.? ._.._$6e2,7l1t13; With Arm -N a y-M arnc Units. the State. The Million-Dollar Sports Program isAERIAI.sMogr.sairEK
boil :an the neck cf this administration.They them. Other Marketable Bonds
in 'ull s\\ing.Dog Racing featured
are
programs
are the fellows, you know who after "Poor devils" he replied. "They w i Cash and and Secaiities'fot from Banks_2TJ US,68849's J9. & 1,059,035.00 Di_ Bornbrn. nightly and Horse Racing: at beautiful Tropical Park

they have graduated from some law school couldn't see the bright side of it; wanted DOC RACING begins December 16. Ample hotel accommodations
Nixattr. yeeteriag Fast Dor
got jobs here, and then sit down and look people to keep them I did not want that. S1,4e4,245.o1 HORSE RACING are available at from $2 to $4 per person.

for semicolons and hold up the works. I wanted to keep myself and when I I LIABILITIES Swiss Dee. 1C M Ttofmt Park

They have not contributed a single thing I started out to do it, there was all kinds of I Capital' 2 t 100.000.0 la HolMap SHOPS Array. AIR RACE WEEK BEGINS TODAY

and yet they are one of the causes of the I help waiting for me." I Surplus and.VmfiTided FrVfHaDepots 4,207.16

delay in a great deal of the importantwork I There is all kinds of help waiting for ; 1,240,037.85 / ACCOMMODATIONS Plrom te U Ttt r>TMB. Programs Begin 2 P.M. -Thurs./ Fn. 6- Sat.

in the relief program,"-Mayor Fio- the sinner who wants to get out of the i-:7: fl.40f.245.011.

rello LaGuardia of New York: City at a grasp: of the Devil and into G>od'e world. Matb ., Federal Re* rv. S7Wt.rat f't' ALL AMERICA NAl

Washington conference of mayors-called to *n one can make this world a World.For
R MANEUVERSP
Member .f Federal Depeeit laterafcc Carperatie
discuss problems of relief administration. 1j 1 I God.
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DECEMBER 7, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN i,AO THPXE8YXOPSIS :




AHIGH cOURAGE4 I Iby I HIGH SCHOOL, AND''' 1 1S" frota lug epen a to 6 Tuesdays o'clock.pEirrYcosiAL. and Friday LEGA'L'S 1 l LEGALS

I : I I\ THE CIRCriT COCKT OF THTC n THE cnirriT COIRT OF THE
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ELEVENTH JTDIC1AU CIRCUITOF KLrrtEXTH, jrDiriAj. rnicrrrOV
: BAKERS WON TUTSATGYMLASTNIGHT MISSION
JeanAe ltsvvgl t Trier STATE OF FtOHIUA.Hf .I'r THE' STATE JF FLORID.
AXO FOR HOXROE C'Or' TY. IN AND FOR MOMIOE CO&: T".
909 Olivia Street 't Nina Ferrari. r IN CHANCERY

f LET MEMORIAL, VL E:. \i FLEMING STREET METHODIST Wm. Siondeen Pastor f Plaintiff( William Curry So... Company
: Aunt ranaworOt: toon "Mrs. Sorki he smiled at her j vs. a corporation organised under
frial for t *mtinlrrof her mete. reassuringly" you say this girl's CHURCH SOUTH I, CHURCH Sunday morning worship, 11 : .John Jacques Ferrari. the laws of th. State of '
19 rarMOTrtk, who i. fk. only 1 Defendant. I Florida. Complainant,
one oIlier relative* cfca JU. boos name Is Anne Farnsworth!" I o'clock. I ORDER PUBLICATION

dfalk li.4 (../ ker her ./o me.f.*r IN pareat acftdrnt Luke "Yes." came emphatically from BUSY BEES CAPTURED SECOND Rev M. L, Smith Pastor I Cor., FlemfR? and; W3lara! Street Sunday school for aD, 3:30 p.l 1 I It appearing OF by the worn bill Percy A.TS.Cook and Beatrice D.

sad Lvcimda fanfjevrtk. Wont, Tecla. 1 have the proof." Cor Georgia and Division Sts. Shuler Peele, Pastor m.. filed in the above stated cause that i I 1 I COOk Defendants.

her* a.N.tfap moit outer ft.e.rfutncf em.. Tom attefxeLTA. Farley.i Anne sat In her chair trembling; CONSECUTIVE CON- Church school ar 9:45' a. m- Church school meets at 9:45: Sunday night evangelistic semi: .John herein.Jacques named Ferrari i* a Bon-resIdent the defendant of ORDER appearing OF by PUBLICATIONIt the sworn bill,

latter i. .*", *" cap hit fate feeling that at last she was to hear with' Ed. R Carry superinten! a. m. William N. Knowles. sup ice 7:15 o'clock. the State of Florida. aad that lae filed la the above stated cause that
agatmtt Ann' at 1M ttpinntng of the one thing she longed above an r TEST ABC'BOYS' V1+iiE TOO dent. l erintendent._ The Wesley Fellowship Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and I resides at d tt Sth Avenue In the Perry A. Cook and Beatrice D Conk.
Ik* trial wktck mat rcmft to a *e city of New Tork and State of Xrw i the defendants therein' named, are
I i
teare .f drath txtna frononnctdayatntt else to hear. She watched Tecla.; The FAST FOR OPPONENTS Morning worship' at 11 o'clock. Bible Class meets in the pas praise service. York and that the said John .Ja<*.I each residents of the town of
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an oceiU "rLChapter woman was angry. Subject! "God or a Father." tor's study' Friday, .,:1' p. nv, fellowship ones Ferrari la over the age of XI Scotch Plains In the State of Mew
"And now" suggested Len1 olm. has I years: it is therefore ordered that t,i Jersey. That the said Perry A.
Young People's Department Morning worship at11 o'clock. meeting. I
the said John Jacques Ferrari nonresident Cook and Beatrice D. Cook: are each
S3TECLA'S "your proof that the. defendant Is ]I its morning: session in the Division Sermon subject: "Christ and the Saturday, 2:30 p. nu, boys andpis' defendant b. and he U over the age of 21. if ir therefore
Anne FarnswortlL" Two very good games of basketball street school building with Hiss Individual. church :' hereby required to appear to the, ordered that the said Perry' It... Cook
STORY "I tell now" Tecla nodded conlentedly. wereplayed at the High I I j I Bill of Complaint filed in said cause and Beatrice D. C'o non-resident
I
Miriam Carey as teacher and Albert Intermediate Epwortlr Le *nie I on or before Monday the 5th day; defendants be and they are each
ANNE had come down to Astoria. Luke Farnsworth make School Gym last night by mem- Carey as president meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- of .January A. D. 1JJ. otherwisethe hereby required to appear to lh.
district attorney charged me swear on the Bible never I tella bers of the Island City Winter TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN" I I allegations of said Bill will betaken | Bill of Complaint fried in saM canstv .
and once there set about fomenting living souL I swear but I t'ink be Junior boys and girls at '4 p.; line Watkins superintendent. as confessed by said de* on or before Monday, the. nth day of
Basketball CHURCH
forgive me for breaking that swear." League. m., with Mrs. Mary Thompson in Hi-Leagne mcetr:! et 6:30 p. m. |j fendant. I I January. A. r>. un, otherwise! the
trouble'among the people workingfor The opening contest witnessed i It Is farther ordered that this I allegation of said Bin will be
her late foster father's fisheries. "Mrs. Sorkf" the Judge Jeaned the Bee Bakers and Park charge. Miss! Charlow in charge. I 1 Order be published once each week. : !I taken as confessed by said d<-

When her uncle had gone; out to forward, why did Mr. Farnsworthwant Busy Young People's evening sessionat Young People's League meetsat (Colored) !I for four consecutive weeks In The. f endants.f .
in action. The Dough I Key West
Tigers Citisvn. a newspaper published It Is further ordered that this
Investigate one of the many ground this information kept secret!'" the Park 6:30 p. m. 6:30 p. m. Norman J. Lowe, 717 Simonton Street In said County and State. I I Order be published once each week:
less charges, that "bootleg* trap "I tell everything she promised. boys defeated strong E e.ling: preaching;730 p. m. president. Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, PastorSunday I This 39tb day of November, A. D.I for four consecutive weeks in TIle
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was working with the Farnsworth "He say- even to himself be must not five by the score of 28 to 18. Subject: "God or a Shepherd." Worship service at 1:30'p.. m. 11 1935.' I Key WOnt Citizen a newspaper pulitllshed -
morning 0'clocL1 (SEAL) ROSS C.
the second consecutive SAWYER. in said County and States
canneries: ; she had followed and had t'ink she U Sot his own. It was Prayer and praise service each Sermon subject: "AdvertisingJesus. Subject: "Our Lord as Servant.I I I, Clerk Circuit Court.' This JOth day of November A. D.ms. .
shot him down. "First Texplaln how she belong to victory for the Bakers. Wednesday at 7 30 p. m. ." By FLORENCE E. SAWYER, .
C. Smith Church school, 3:30p. vn. Deputy Clerk.Jiovt .I (SEAL) ROSS C. SATTTBR,
them. My brother Orvl Nielsen Leading scorer was
She had used Lake Farnsworth'scnn people's choir practice: Mid-week and Bible
Park and Young prayer Sunday evening 7:30: o'clock. .; dec7-M-21-2S: I I Clerk Circuit Court.
stolen from the house when she NielsenAnne started at the with six field goals. at 7 Miss FLORENCE E. SAWYER
r for the each Thursday p. m. I I study Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Thought of sermon: "To attempt I'I By ,
name. : made three each .
Woodson Deputy Clerk.dec714i2S:
ran away from: It. She had thoughtto Alice Jenks pianist. Choir rehearsal Wednesday fan- the social order is OTICE" OF M4.4TKIVS SALE I I
transform
"Tea Out Nielsen, he Is the and Hale three I I I to I aov21;
throw it war but it had become captain Bakers, and Dopp Church choir practice! each Friday mediately following the mid-week Notice is hereby given that under 1
entangled in a fish net and did not of a boar which sans along the each for the Tigers. not to- invade a realm foreign to and by virtue of a certain order I,
at 8 m. !In. J. Roland se"ice11... B. Roberts di-
coast: In Monterey California be p. ; P. the individual souL It is a precautionary -i and decree of foreclosure and sale
clear the boat'and drop Into the Score by halves: Total Adams pianist. rector. I made and entered on the 20th day rv TMeT cracrrr" coow OF "run'
river as she had intended.She meets a school teacher and Is married Busy Bee Bakers ., 13 15-28' measure designed to !I, of November. A. D. 1935. In and by I I1TR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I*
to her. Not often does he go 9-18' prevent the soul' by a godless social the Circuit Court of the Eleventh : AXD FOR MOXROB COCTfTT
had forced the Sorkl brother Park Tigers ..._ 9
FLORID II
e'RAnCERY.
PR2SBYTERIAN'CHURCH' Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida
there to port so he bring her to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST "
whom she had helped purchase the Substitutes Dopp for Becca 8e. order. j' In and for Monroe County. In EDMUND H. HARVEY He' 943TPlaintiff.
Crescent City where his ship always Week night service, Tuesday Chancery in a cane therein pending .
boat she used into landing her at foul Bethel 1. Adams .
stop. They- come one night. Next personal : Eaton Street; Between Diml and ; of Sunday wherein Jesse L. Alley and vs. Order of ..Ueau..
an Isolated'pier., and had sneaked night there I I.a eform. 1. Park 4, Dopp 2, A. Smith 3, Ii 7:30 p. m. Study Florence II. Alley, his' wife, are CHARLES ED ONSTON. ct al.,
'
Simonton Streets'James J. C. Geketer Pastor School Lessen.Tuesday 1 : Defendants.FORECLOSURE .
home. Cates 2 Beccaise 1. Albury 2; i f plaintiffs and George W. Hntchinon -
Many fishermen are caught and'he | S. Day Pastor I Corner ni. : and the wife of the said George OF TAX CERTIFICATE -
of White and Washington at 4 supervized
Upon hearing they had been arrested wife Hale 1 Cates 1'Woodson p.
free throws '
:
sale I
goes out to them. His :I I W. Hutchinson, whose name is un- i
for the she had depended Bible School at 9:45: a. m. Streets play. I I Upon the sworn bill of complaint
crime Is worried. She goes to the wharf towait. 2. her former prestige as Morning worship at 11 o'clock.: Sunday school meets at 1C a. ami. if deed the heirs, devisees, herein IT 18 ORDERED that the
upon She waits all night and bej| missed: : Park 2. Bethell. Ed grantees or other claimants under following named Defendants do ap.
Anne Farnsworth to try to free them. comes very sIcS. When she alit: Woodson 2, C. Smith-I. Catw 3. Sermon: "He Is-Able. m. Oscar Norman, superintendent. SAINT. CHURCH' -'\| the said Michael KUIacky. deceased i pear oa or before Monday; the Itla
AH of these things he would prove they carry her to the hospital when*; Baptist Training Union at 6:30p. i The Adult Bible Class is taughtby PETER'S land the wife of the sfwd Michael day of .January ltl, Rule Day of
T this Court, to the bill of complaintfiled
Killarky; whose name Is unknown
he said. I
the baby Anne is born. fb In the niszhtcp. the High School m. the pastor. (Colored) :I tare Defendants, foreclosure of lien In this cause, oherwls th. allegations -
Lenholm outlined his defense and too fast for the WPA Evening worship, at 7 30 o'clockSermon : i Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Center Street Between PeVonia of tax sale certificates, the under- of said bill will be takes
It was pitiably weak. Anne realized "AT THIS hospital. Mrs. Farn boys proved !I subject: "The Confusion:I Sermon "The Word of Hope." cjgced Special Master in Chancery as confessed by the said Defendants,
final 29 and Olivia towlt
boys and the score was :
how slim a chance she would hare of I I will offer for sale and will Bell at
found not worth whose baby dies, at-I to"12 in favor of the ABC five. of Tongu"I, Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. : )Mass' 8 a. m. public outcry for cash In Band,'to I CHARLES EDMONSTON "WTL-
being guflty. service Wednesday the highest and best bidder the MAU PATTON M. C. MORDECAI,
birth. Luke Farnsworth Is nearly 1'ner Sermon : "The ConqueringChrist. at
Wearily she listened as the State In the first half, all the Admin- I Solemn Evensong and Benediction front door of the County CourtHouse J, W TAYLOR and if any of tile
because he thinks his wife die o'clock. "
presented its case. Each line of evidence crazy I irtration quintet could do was to evening, 7:30 of the Most Blessed Sacra- I; of Monroe County, Florida above named defendants be dead
whenshe, hears. Then my brother's Thursday evening::30 o'clock, I I Mid-week Bible: study Wednesday ; in the City of Key West, Florida, the heirs, devisees and other claim
seemed a cord binding her to wife hear her husband Is lost at sea I make' three free throws. They choir rehearsal. will ment, ,7 p. m. S during the legal hours of sale, on ants, claimingthrough neb deceased
a verdict of murder in the first de and she dies. The nurse thinks it I rang up four goals; and a free I i at 7:30 p. m. The topic Church school, 8 a. m. Monday, the Cth day of .January, .A. person or person., theirbHl
be "The Parable of the Humble ; D. 1J3S the following descrii I' names being unknown to Plaintiff
would be good, for the time to give i throw in the second half. : Sermons at 8"a.. m. and 7 p. m. i and the unknown heirs of HORATIO
gree.She land situate, lying and being in tbe I
returned to Jail that night, the little Anne to Mrs. Farnsworth I Leading scorers were: Wood- CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH I Servants. Please read Luke Week-Day Services County of Monroe. State of Florida,, CHAIN deceased and H. H. LAMB.
worn in body and spirit. What with 17710. Thursday to-wit: a. Administrator cum test amen to
Knowles and
and
"Mr. Farnsworth he wish to adopt son, Sweeting Mass Tuesday
annezo de buds of the
Lot Thirteen (U) of Tavernler i non estate
chance had she against the hatredof the baby but he cannot because the three goal each. J. V. Woodson 627 William StreetE. I at 7 a. m. Cove, a subdivision according I of JULIUS LESLIE WOOD d.

the men condemning her! Perhaps mother is dead and he can't find her made four free throws as didCoOI.er. Richard Evans Pastor I CHURCH OF COD Litany and Sermon on Wednes. to plat thereof recordedin ceased.
it would be better as they had people. The hospital people know Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Plat Book One (1) at page IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
day at 7:30 p. m. 1.3. Monroe Count, Florida this order be published one D week:
suggested to plead guilty and recelTe > him. so they let him take the baby Score by halves: Total! Morning worship at 11 o'clock;: Confession: After the Wednesday Public Records Itor i not less than four (t) eon-

an intermediate sentence. back to Astoria with him. Then he 10 18-28 Sermon subject: "God's Purpose J. M. Gresham, Pastor { secutiT weeks the KEY WEST
.._
If only John but she had High Schoo' 1106 Olivia Street evening service. andLot Fourteen (14) of Tarer- CITIZEN. a newspaper published la
he
searched the court room. Johnwasn't puts the detectives to trace and ,WPA .._..._._....... 3 9-12 Unfolding Within the Christian. nier Core, a subdivision, according Monroe County Florida.
finds me, OrTfs"Ilater'; He finds also i ,Substitutes: Sweeting for Christian Endeavor 6.30p. m. Services Sunday morning'serv- to plat thereof recordedIn DONE AND ORDERED at K*?
there. Anna Nielsen's father, but he is a o'clock. ices 11 o'clock. NEWMAN' Ml: E. CHURCH Plat Book One (1) at page West Florida this Ith day Of Nor
Days sped along and then came widower professor of English,and .Knowles; J. Pinker for Wickers; Evening worship 7:30 13. Monroe County. Florida I vemb., A. D. Itst
the words "The State rests. a 'Lopez: for Saunders; Berkowiti Sermon subject: "Righteouaness.", Sunday school: ", 3 p. m. Public Records.Dated (Circuit Court Seal)
does not know what to do with the
7:15 I December i. 1935. (Sd.) ROSS C SA-WTER.: ;
Lenholm had little to offer save baby. He say It Is all right for themto for B. Pinder; Weintraub for Mid-week service Wednesday Evangelistic cervices p. (Colored) WILLIAM V. AtBTJRY, I 0 Clerk of the Circuit Court.

the word of the Sort! brothers. He : adopt her.but me I do not., Cooper; Jones for Baker; White evening. at 7:30 o'clock. m. Special I singing. A. T. McCaskni. Pastor Special" Master In Chancery. HATCHELOR. RiNEUART t DYER

passed these Quickly and called "I wish first to know these people for Archer; Recio for Dominguez; I Naomi Reddick, Superintendent W.Solicitor CURRY for HARRIS.Plaintiffs. )Miami.graham Florida.Building

Anne to the stand. She heard the so Mr Farnsworth he say be personal fouls: J. V. Woodson 2, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH SAINT PAUL'S' CHURCH' Mary Moreno'Secretary dec7-14-n-I8; jafll aovl.lt-Z3.lv; drt

name "Nikkl Nielsen. and arose. will bring my husband and me to Sweeting 1. Sounder 2, B. Pin Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

The expanse of rug; from, chair to Astoria. He buys us the house and der'' 1, Cooper 3, Weintraub 1, Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Corner Duval and. Eaton Streets Sunday service 11 a, m. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c Two kings of the Septa were

witness stand stretched before her my husband the boat and he hiresme Jones 1, Archer 1, Recio 2. John B..Calpepper, Jr., Pastor Saadays : Evening worship; 7 o'clock.. weekly. named Kenneth.IfsA.
as fluid as water. to nurse the little Anne. So then. at Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m.. ;
Church Sunday school opens ...
"Miss" Xikky .prompted .th _at.orney. : .makeolltthe.adoptoD papers -* I Mass' (Communions), 7'.. m. .
t 1 Standing'or the 1ealtl : 10:00'a. nL,;under leadership of ,
"Tour honor! Tom Farley was on Mass for the1 Church School;
Anne caught: sight of Charlotte Club W. L. Pct. Gerald Saunders, general! superintendent
this
its feet. "I un*
can prove an '
Farnsworth's triumphant expression BUST Bee Bakers ___ 2 0 1.000 Each department meet 9:30 a. m.

,and'chin up walked steadily to hospital mitigated at falsehood.the time this I was child at was the Part Tigers _____ 1 1 .500 in its own assembly room. Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 .. m..

the chair. given to the Farnsworths." High School ....._... 1 1 .500 Worship service at 11 a. m. Evensong Prayer, Sermon; "

She looked out on the sea of faces "Just a minute Mr. Farley." the'l j I: WPA M '- 0 2 .000 ""The First King of Israel." Benediction, 8 p. m.: v >

noticed newspaper reporters watch'' Judge was watching Tecla. "What 1 I --:.- Epworth League meeting at Week Day ;".',
tug her intently and then she saw Morning Prayer 0:45 a, m; .
have yon there? he asked her. Leading scorers: 6:30 p. m. Miss Ida Kerr presi-
Tecla.little Tecla sitting bravely in "The papers give me," she an* 1 I Player FG FT PointsC. Mass, 7 L m 1'TL

the front row smiling, the high swered. "Yoa Jo to see?" rAnd I I Smith BBB __12 1 25 dent.Evening service at 7:30'o'clock. Evening Prayer; 5:30 p. m.

dimples wet with tears. as he reached for them she I Parks. BBB .._......11 1 23 Subject: "Marriage in the Next A second Mass on Wednesdays; rRI
Anne relaxed and turned to Len
i holm. hesitated."But yon don't give to the I W. Cates. PT ....._ 9 2 20 World." 9 a, m. '

Your name Is Anne Farnsworth. Farley'man! Luke Farnsworth sayI I I Hale PT ...______ 9 1 19 Mid-week prayer and praise

he asked."I them.must" never let him put hands on I Sweeting HS _____ 91 19 service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. METHODIST EPISCOPAL d

object." burst from the district "Your honor the district attorney I L. Curry WPA -... 7 1 15 m. CHURCH SOUTH Ft

attorney."There is nothing to prove was appealing to the bench. J. Finder HS ..-.M 6 1 13' Choir rehearsal on Friday evening '

this girl Is other than Nikki Nielsenas "this is completely irrelevant It I Ed Woodson BBB 4 4 12 at 7:46 o'clock.: Mrs. Joseph "EL SALVADOR"Corner

charged." J. V. Woodson HS 3 4 10' Gerald SaunderS Grinnell and Virginia
has no bearing on the case in hand I Sawyer organist; -

"Your name please" Lenholm re- but It is bringing In cross currents Cooper, WPA .._ 14 6 choir! director, Streets "
Rev Guillermo Pastor'Services
quested. Perez
which may affect the Justice
I '
Anne was silent. "Mr.District Attorney.counteredthe I CATHOLIC CHURCH'St. ( in Spanish)

"Young lady the Judge leaned Judge dryly. believe I am quite I LUNN WON, GAME Sunday school, 10 a. m.

over" what is your name!" capable of handling this cade. As Mary's Star of the Sea Preaching 8 p. m.

"As far as" I know it Is Anne long as yon neglected to establish J I. FOR GUARDSMEN Rev,Wm. ReAgan S. J., Mothers' Club meets Monday,

Farnsworth. this defendant's identity. I feel that in charge i8 p. m.Bible.

"This is most irregular this young in all fairness to her we should_., ;1o Order of service for this study. and prayer service ij
woman is charged under the name J ""
of Nikki Nielsen.She gives her nameas so at this time." KEY WtST PRIDE WAS NICKi. church: I Wednesday, 8 p. ,m.
Anne Farnsworth. He pushed his glasses back to Sunday morning Masses will bt

their rightful place on his nose, a>td i. ED'.FOR SEVEN' HITS BY said at 7 and 9:30: o'clock, "LA TRINIDAD"

studied the papers. "Hmm. he ntar/ G Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. Duval and Angela Streets ,
OUR honor explained th dis-
Y mured. "Hmn." and after a moment i < OPPOSITION Evening service at 7:30 o'clock; Sunday afternoon services?: by
"we '
trot: attorney have need
"well gentlemen it seem the defendant -I Dr. DeBarritt. T I : ,
the name Nikki Nielsen ae an, ex; was born Annlkkl Nielsen :# Sundays and Fridays: ? 4 Friday Iyg6t services conductel?
pedient. the girl is nameless." I I' T'he Coast Guard Rascals won I '
Her name was changed Anne Lucinda MIXED BIBLE CLASS Rev. Perez.CHRISTIAN .
"She is not!" The;words spat out I Farnsworth. at the time other the,, game,Monday evening from I "by

across the.court room like an,electric adoption." the Junior Order of Mechanics bya

shock; "She has the -name II "Your honor," Lenholm was up score of 6 to 3. in Ft. Lauder. Sara B. Pinder and W. P. Mont!* ; SCIENCE SOCIETY

give the proof." I "I move a dismissal of this case.The dale. Lnnn was the winning hurl- dine Teachers
Tecla Sorki had railing every Sunday 327" Elizabeth Street
darted to the charge of murder has been made er. The Rascals garnered nine This class meets

which divided the court from the against NIkkt Nielsen. The girl in safeties off the offerings of Felix morning at the Harris School au; Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

audience.Anne watched her dig deep custody is Anne Farnsworth." and the Mechanics nicked Lunn ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and Sunday morning service at 11 '

In the bag she held. "Your honor."Anne scarcely knew women not connected with any c'clock. a
hits.
"Your honor." Lenholm was be- she had left her chair until she felt for seven other Bible Class and regardless Wednesday evening service at

fore the bar." may I ask for a recess the tug of a deputy at her arm."haveI Mickey Ubieta hit a homer for ,of denomniations are Invited t* S'o'clock.Reading.
It is this who the Rascals. The Mechanics and
possible woman a right to say something!'" I attend. room in Society braild- Year For
was the childhood nurse of the defendant And without waiting for his answer I (hector Supply tens are tied for

has information vital first r.lare.I. .
to our -
"I am the one charged. It --- '"
case" doesn't matter whether I am called Tuesday night Arthur Lunn

"Five minutes agreed the Judge Nikkl Nielsen or Anne Farnsworth I. held the hard-hitting Hector Supply I

and to the Jurors "You will remain ten to lone hit. made by :
I want to be tried. I want to prove one WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
la seats. T
your my Innocence.** Brady in the second inning. His

The five minutes were scarcely Your honor!" shoaled Farley. team lost however, 3 to 2. Local Committee for Key West USEFUL GIFTS
necessary. Lenholm. his face alight.
(Copyriflit. lass, by J.a* e Botrman) Score by innings in this game
returned excused Anne from the
.,
follows R. H. E.
:
witness chair and asked that Tecla Date : -
familiar 000 110 000-2 7 2
Monday. Ann hears 's Rascals '
Sorki be In witness.
sworn as a and welcome voice. Hector's 120 000' OOx-3 1 2 TO THE EDITOR: ,/: VISE, for all sizes ------......--.......-... $3.75

--- --------- -- Batteries: A. Lunn and Taylor; steel 1.50
S t PLANE, finest _"_'_"._h_...
'
McNeece and Lee.BASEBALL. Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the ,..:."
SPECIAL SUBJECT '1 H! 'III'III.4I HAMMER forged >steel _____ 1.90
memory of one of our most beloved and useful

I i I TO SUBSCRIBERSi GAME ''': RATCHET BRACE _____._._? 1.20
citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of -

SUNDAY EVENING!i I I 'I .to the Will Rogers Memorial LEVEL, of truest kind ..__._.....__. L65

I* you do Dot receive yearpaper HERE TOMORROW I Fund. r understand that this gift will be added to ZIG-ZAG RULE, 6-ft..........._..__.? .85

Services Sunday evening at the i afternoon by 6:15 call o'clock telephone i. tin-51 I II others from Key West and will go without any -, SAW (Disston) ..._................_.._... 4.00

First" Methodist Chnrch will be t and a paper will be seat to There will be a baseball game I! deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be PLIERS, best grade steel ____............ .45

states Rev. J. B. at the Navy tomorroW' aft also without deduction the Memorial
for everybody, your horn. A complaint boy Field II expended, any as
Culpepper Jr. The subject will ernoon at 3 o'clock.A i
: Committee may determine. '- South Florida i .
I u on d ty at this .ffie* from bats Contracting
b "Marriage in the Next picked team will cross Ii :

World." 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the with the Dean Stars and as there I 1
I
The quertion has been askedme purpose of delivering com will only be one contest a good t i Name .

o many times: 'Will there bean plain. Help ss fivo yon 100 game is expected. I Ga and Entering Co.

SI The outfit will } Address----_ ; F O
) marriages in heaven states percent service by ealing picked use some 0

Rev Culr-epner. "that I will dm- if you do Dot receive The Citi.lea. of the best players in the city.t I I' ,<

CUR this subject from several j The Dean clan will hare" Fischer!I N3 : "Your Home Is Worthy Of The Best"Phone

points. which will' be interestnig Jin the boy and Butler behind the) :"' r i S
g 593 Cor. White and Eliza SU.SATtJRDAY .
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HONOR ROLLS FOR 1 KNIGHTS PYTHIAS I. WPA Strike Settlement 1 ; i MONROE THEATER 1

MENTION Now Appears ImminentContinued Today's-Horo
SOCIETY SCOprrS..e Edw. Robinson-Jean Arthur

:-: :-: JR.-SR. SCHOOLSHarry ELECTOFFICERS I......................... ""* .................. -m-
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*.*............................ ................. I Mrs. R. C. Hann and childrenwere resume work on his project Mon-) Today's mind is penetrating, THE WHOLE TALKING TOWN IS
on the Steamship' concentrated and very ambitious.. i)
passengers
Announce Nuptial Event Of Bravo and George Col- FRANK O. ROBERTS SELECT Cuba yesterday for Tampa.Dr. day."Two in The disposition is enterprising, Matin*: Balcony. lOc; Orch*.
men a supervisory capacity era, 15-20c Night 15-25c
lins lead the Senior High School leading to the study of progres.i ;
In AtlantaCards with perfect grades for the instruction ED AS CHANCELLOR who were not willing to sire subjects, possibly with en-I 1 -- -
Brooks-Cosgrove ; E. H. Carnes, Mrs. Cornea sign a slip to return to work have
period ending Nov. 29. thusiasm. It is probable that ) BENJAMIN LOPEZ
COMMANDER and children, left on the Cuba been definitely
replaced two
by
Those pupils in Senior High who I much success will be attained '
FUNERAL
have been received in the who was gowned in gold brocaded have done better than average?; yesterday for Tampa en route to other men. along these lines during early HOME

city announcing the marriage in'moire and carried Talisman roses. work for this period are listed as New Orleans. .. "The workmen by signing! their life, with a possibility that later I Serving Key W..t
Atlanta of Miss Louise Brooks Richard Corgrove"was his brother's follow.: Key West Loge'Number 163 -: petitions indicated that more than resultsmay not be so satisfac i Half C. t.ry

and Philip Louis Cosgrove, IlL 1 i best man. i it Honor point average 3.00, Hart Knights of Pythias, elected the Mr. and'Mrs. William Arnold 90 per cent of them were readyto tory.. 24 Hoar Ambalaac Service

The wedding which was an I't An informal reception was given! ry Bravo, George Collins; 2.75. following officers at their .meet were passengers leaving)by plane return to work. A few who Licensed. Embalaier

event of Thanksgiving Day, was, after the ceremony. I Anne Duncan; 2.50. Sidney ing last night yesterday afternoon for a short did not sign indicated they were Subscribe to The Citizen. I Phone 135 Night 696n -\\
solemnized in the presenceof I The bride is a graduate of Col- Aronovitz Alton Roberts, Can- Frank O. Roberts-Chancellor visit in Miami. afraid to do so. The sheriffs office
I __ __ ___ _
Commander. and the mayor's office have _
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the immediate family and I lege Park High School and Georgia field Lewin. Dorothea Camalier, u
friends of the couple, at the homeof ,, Teacher's College. She was Eloise Guito, Cynthia Pearlman; W. P. Archer-Vice Chancellor. Joaquin Romaguera left by assured me that the men will be

the bride's parents Mr. and:!class president and prominent in 2.25. Anna Vindnzer Florence plane yesterday afternoon for Mi- protected on their jobs.
Mrs. Edward Miller Brooks. Dr.;'I school and athletic associations. i Dillon Marguerite Goshorn, John W. S. Eakins-Prelate. ami to return over the highway "The new wage scale and the
West-1 I'I The is of Pinder Edna Wells J. Frazier Pinder-Master\ ol this afternoon. new hour scale win be in effect
Peter Marshall pastor of groomt who a son Captain -: ; 2.20 ; 2.00
minster Presbyterian Church, of';: and Mrs. Philip Cosgrove jr. Barbara Albury, Bert Roberts, Work.J. starting Monday. AFTER YOU HAVE READ THE
ficiating. I j|I is a graduate of the Monroe County -! Dorothy Bean Dorothy Dungan, Winfield Russell Keeper of Captain Eugene Demeritt and "The workmen of Key West, as

A program of nuptial music,,, High School He also attended I Ii Jesus Cannons Aleida Napoles Records and Seal. Captain A. E. Sharpley left yes- well as all citizens will have my

was rendered before and duringj 1 I i the United States Coast Guard I Romelda Johnson. Minnie Lee Ulric Gwynn-Master of Fi- terday by plane for Miami en loyal cooperation in the future as

the ceremony by Miss Frankie, Academy and the Georgia School Watkins; 1.80, Mary Fay McClan- nance. route to Jacksonville and ':Cairo they have had in the past." I SUNDAY STAR

Huff, of Savannah.The I of Technology, and is a member! ahan Vance Stirrup; 1.75, Mary M.\ B. Gibson-Master of Ex III ISirs. I

home"was tastefully dec,,of the Beta Kappa fraternity. He Agnes Pinder Matthew Zacal, chequer. .

orated with chrystanthemums! is at present connected with the I Isabel Armayor; 1.60. Ignatius J. Lennie Curry-Master at Joseph Saunders, who was KEY WESTCOLONIAL .... '

calendula and palms. I I Scripto Pencil Mfg. Co. as depart Lester Corinne Curry; 1.50, Juan- Arms.J. spending a while with relatives HOTELIn
The bride wore a gown of deep:'ment supervisor. I ita Gomez.Helen Key, Margaret .. L. Adams-Inner Guard.N. and friends, left yesterday after- TOMORROW, CHECK UP ON THE ADVER-
Garcia Guard.
blue costume velvet with hat of i I I! Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove will reside Dexter. :Mario fierce Dorothy .Ulric Gwynn-Outer, J. F. Pinder and noon on the S. S. Cuba for Quincy, the Center of the Easiness TISERS WHO FURNISH INTERESTING -
Sawyer George Solomon. -
blue and silver. She was attended at 1600 Stokes Ave., Atlanta Ruth Fla.
M. B. GibsonTrustees.J. and Theater District
I'
by her sister, Miss Marion Brooks, Albury Helen Cates Alice Peat, READING.
Phillis Winfield Russell and J.
Rogers Delmar Hotchkiss Mrs. W. H. Bainbridge aad son First Cla.-F"ae.r..f-
Arsenio Bethencourt. Frazier Pinder-Grand Lodge I j,
Representatives.W. Walter, jr., left by P. and O. boat S.BibU Rat*
:AnnouncementOf I Dance Tonight At Junior-Hlft; School P. Archer was. recommended yesterday for Tampa en route to THEN, CLIP THAT "COMING EVENTS"i;

MarriageMr. Cuban Club for appointment as District points in the state. Car.,. El.. rPopular COLUMN. i
Honor point average 3.00 Bet- I
-I
I Deputy Grand Chancellor and
ff lBeimquez, Mario .
Napoles.
; > Dr. Wm P. for Manuel who PrieaVChristmas /\8 I
Kemp Deputy Ayala. was spend- ,
and Mrs. J. R. Villareal First of a series of Sat Anita Berkowitz Alice Asson ..' :
of their' ; Grand Chancellor. ing a week in Key West with his IT WILL BE LIVE NEWS UNTIL THE STAR i
-announce the marriage night'dances atthe Cuban Clu 2.80.. Jessie Watkins; 2.75. Phyllis :
daughter Miss Nellie Rose, to I I will be held tonight, starting Adams. John Robinson, Betty sisters Mrs. H. C. Galey and Mrs. --- .

Elmer Harper of Tampa, Fla.!9:00 o'clock. A large attendanceis Raa,,Russell, Bonnie Mae Watkins AUCTION SALE Comal Lopez returned yesterdayto RISES AGAIN NEXT SUNDAYs i

The ceremony was performed in i; expected at this affair. c'' Margaret Bernal; 2.60 Mar- his home in Tampa.E. !

Tampa on November 30. | John .Pritchrrd and his orenes* garet Fernandez, Ray Demeritt; Gifts

The newlyweds will make their I; tra will furnish a spicy program 2.50. Lucette De Barritt. Lillie AT JOHNSON'SFrank E. Worth frequent visitor to -- -- --
home in California. i of dance tunes and a special feature Mae Carey, Olga Camo Bob Dun- Key West who arrived yesterday
will be numbers by Madge]I can; 2.40. Arthur Lujan, Delorea by plane from Miami, left in the FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

Fellowship Club Sands, guest soloist. Armayor, Dolores Roma ero; Johnson's annual auction afternoon on the Cuba for Tampa.

220. Ellen Evans. Edelio Espin- sale starts tonight at 8:00 D. ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT STORE
Plan Wiener Roast
Big Time AtPena' ola, Virginia McClanahan, WaIter o'clock at the store in the Colonial Wm. R. Porter president of
McCook, Sergio Alvarez. Er- Hotel building.The the First National Bank, and rd s.

Boys' Fellowship Club have :; .TonightA's cilia Falcon, Eva Valdes Susan large stock of toys, wheel .Mrs. Porter, arrived over the GORGEOUS CHRISTMAS buy your winter outfit from
planned a wiener roast for Monday -' Roberts. Charles Roberts; 2.00 goods jewelry, etc., will be sold highway last night from Miami GIFTS still a large selection at re-
evening at South Beach and the winter season approaches Betty Lewin Olga Machado. Edwin under the auctioneer's hammer. where Mr. Porter went to join Linens, Underwear Chromduced prices.

members are to meet 7 o'clock on crowds attending'' the week-end!|I Berkowitz Elizabeth Roberts. The sale will continue all next Mrs. Porter, who was returningfrom Sam China, Handkerchiefs Electric Imported YOU LIKED JAYSON

thelawn of the First Baptist festivities at the Garden of Roses Allen Roberts ,Margaret White, week. a visit with her brother-in- Waffle, Irons! Cocktail Toasters and SHIRTS with the no starch:
Church. Transportation betweenthe (Pena's Place) increases. Another -!1 I Lntgarda Fernandez. Nellie Brest law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Manicure Sets Military Sets Sets no wilt collar before .
lawn and beach will be pro- large crowd is expected to 1;I I Marion Taylor; 1.80 Griselda Roy Harris one of the best of liam Webster,. in Birmingham, l Ties Belts Novelty Jewelry. now wait till you see the new

vided. |gather at this popular night club'I Garcia Rita Disdier. Sam Collins America's serious composers, was Ala Compacts Bed Spread., and ones!

-This wiener roast was planned,tonight: for a good time. i Lillie Mae Knowlev. Nellie Russell driving a truck at the age of 25. + many other items at prices I If yon have already enjoyed -
at the meeting of the organization Pena's offers the public every- George Henriqnez. Miguel Music came later. !Jaraaeavllle'a laelac Hotel I from 25c and up. This year the perfect appearance
held after. work Ramirez THE SEMINOLE we have a larger selection of and matchless cot of the
Thursday night thing expected at an up-to-date]I ; 1.75 Lorraine Griffin. MakeAppelrouth's Your
IE*the Fellowship Degree had place of this kind. There is good, Marguerite Page. Dorothea Striek Hawaii bought almost $0,000- Christmas Shopping Head- Christmas gifts than ever. A famous Jayson Shirt you
visit
to store will solve have real treat
our a in store
been put on with the initiation of music for,dancing on the spacious er; 1.60. Louis Grana Barbara, 000 more of merchandise front\ FG quarters. You will find here, your problems. when you select from the
Jofct D. member'of Hoeffer. Cecelia Alonso. continental United States this .: irlw as wide and as select varietyof
Bearup, jr., as a j dance floor delicious refreshments Louis latest assortment of Fall
NEW SHIPMENT Beautiful
the club. and entertainment. Fernandez. Delfin Jiminez, Jose- year than in 1934.Bermuda ar j GIFT ITEMS as offered by Ready-Made Curtains and- JAYSONS we are now show
The meeting Thursday was the I I phine Padron, Adolfo Lopez Hil- : + the best stores in Jarger cities. Panels also Silk Damask ing. Jayson has Med perfect ;

last to be held during the holidav early in January and will be announced burn Orezo, George Cates Emil SHOES Drapery at. pr. $1.00 and up styling to the other virtues
season. The next will be held later.Today's. Gardner, Earl Garlotte Ray Ma-\ Meat MarketNICE I Make Appreciated Gift! 36 inch Heavy Drapery of the shirt the porous

.I lone Barbaa Lones. Helen Solo I HENS For Christinas selling we 3.yards u._ --.--...........- $1.00 and perspiration-proof collar
FAT
-- -- ----- I : have placed in stock the largestline that will never wilt crush or
mon, Richard Stead man, Jack gC4J..k.vtlle. 40 inch Tweeds, yd. 20c
...... ........................ 'Einhorn. Wallace Armour's: Branded; Stew, Beef. -_ of SHOES ever carriedall Children Twin Sweater--- wrinkle. Come in and make

U\.1 Sylvia} 1.50.Henriquez. Milk Fed. Veal Lamb I original footwear of striking Sets .._,._.?.....-..... -_. $1.00 your selection _......_...._ $1.95
.iriiii.s Mitchell! Orris KelJlPiVi .
\ FlerUaCIIA5. individuality. : Men's .'
Birthdays ie Key, _Geraldine Kncrtvtes, Arrno r'..Star Ham :B. qitlXBIU Manager I Ladies' Flannel Pajamas and and s., Afecessories -

........................ fcnth Osterhoudt Orlando Bran; Fresh'Pork Hams (Not Frozen) A human hviAe-Ufce instltatloB HOSIERY Matchable with Gowns ...__._uu..... $1.0O -Ties, Belts Handkerchiefs

IS CALLING MEBy I Heywood Broun of New York ,fy. Jim Hathaway, Alfred !Baker, Cuban and American Cut Meat ',where you and will entertainment find. yenr IndirMnatemfert a matter .; made our FOOTWEAR to measure for and the a small size, 36. inch Curtain Scrim: Hats Caps, Socks aad, Christmas Sweaters

Mahala Ethwidge. : of great Importance. beautiful patterns per Novelty Jewelry Gifts to snit
City noted journalist, born in ; I IREASONS' We Open- and Deliver Sunday --o-- i average, tall or plump. yard .........__m....._ _'.... $1.00 alL Great selection to chooso
Brooklyn 47 rears: ago. FOR DIVORO:: Morning A steal fireproof balldlag Ieeate4In I HERE 'ARE A FEW GIFTSUGGESTIONS LADIES' AND CHILfrom..
< MAURINE WILLIAMS) Phone the heart .! tae city i -
52 Free Delivery DREN'S SHOES for FALL
Willa Cattier, famed novelist!: -o- New shipment of Boys' and
.......................AI :born at Winchester Va...59 years, WORCES1 ER. Mass--Asked White at Virgin Street, I Er.ry ROo. with Combination Tub MOTHER. New have been rednoed. Largest Men's Suits for Fall. Beauti-
Handbags, specially
add Shower Bath Radio ElectrKCeiling selection of Shoes in the
. feel longing in my soul ,- ago. for specific charges in her di- Fan Slat Door for Summer I II priced at each ._............. $1.00 Low Heels and High Heels.city. ful range of Worsted. Cashmere -
and Tweed Material.
To watch again the high waves 'vorce case, Mrs. Emily Noswor- I Ventilation. Comfortabl. Bedswill Fine .
William Fish, Jr.. representing; t\ \1ltU.llr/ I Mattresses Inner Spring Contraction : Fabric Gloves,, Sheerest (l Reductions on all ReadytoLargest assortment in the
this f/l// a"a
rolL thy of city, said her hus-
Individual ReadIng -' Hose, Handkerchief, SILK Wear for Saturday and Moncity to select from at NEW
26th York in
the New district
band banged up the radio so shecouldn't Lamp UNDERWEAR, Lovely Negligees Now
To see the misty billows sweep I day. is your chance to LOW PRICES.
born SPENDYDUH RATH I
Congress at Garrison, N.
listen to it. burned a coat Pajamas Night Gowns
Across the ocean's mighty deep. Y., 47 years ago. and four hats, and' had not spok- TS n.._.. Private BathS _Single.:r.M Dance -Sets. Scarfs Sweaters. ,
To hear again the crashing roar erf civil R.._.. Prirnte Bathe s.A and scores of others. -
word to her since
Bishop Edwin H. Hughes of a April It__.. Private Bath s.M --- -- _. .
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Owild fierce waves on rocky 1934. VACATION 24 Rm.. Private Bath .... FATHER- ,,
shore. Washington, D. (X, senior bishopof : !. 9am vie R__.. Private Bath ..... Handsome Silk Neckties,
the Methodist Episcopal SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT UGUT IXCRKA9B FOR DOCBLB Socks Good Looking Hand-
Church born t Mocndsville, W. :i: THIS YEAR IN : OCCCPAJICTPEARLMAN'S i kerchiefs, Military Brush Sets
Oh how I long for the deep sea -on-
Va., 69 years ago. I and others. -
side, WAVES I FLORIDA II I DAUCHTERCostume -

To watch again the ebbing tide. Dr. Edmund E. Day 6f"the' Two Permanents Jewelry Manic e

To see the blue-green water's Rockefeller Foundation, 'riotedeconomist. 'for _.,,, $5.00 Sets Smartly Styled Conjjr .. "-

glare, born at Manchester, B.tter Waves, $5.00 and up lycurHEAl1H:: nc. Impressive Boudoir &*J., th
N. H., 52 Salts. Perfume Bp t..s!: nt'
When years ago.
on a day the sun shines MRS. MILLER '''''' I TRUE TO OUR REPUTATIONWe shapes and 'IDa'I I I /, f
fair. 407 South Street Phone 574-J numerous to mention.
To the are again this year showing -
see fierce gray boiling -SEE-- ,
I one of the largest and most SON- ','
foam OLD FORT JEFFERSONon .>. attractive assortments of Fine Tailored Sums, Stn
When storms arise and waters' the Dry Tortugas I'CHRISTMASp CHRISTMAS GIFTS fling Tie. Tie and Handkerchief We will help you buy
moan.
others.
Ezcnr.ioa Sunday, Dec. 8 ever before on display. A : Sets and ."..,.
By :Miami-Key West Airways glance at our show windows INFANTS the
Oh, for one more reckless trip Plane will give you some idea of the Dresses Coats Sweaters, Family'sNO
To ocean isles-I'd slip Leave Key West 11 a. m.; HOLTSBERG'SGIFTS many attractive Novelty Items Underwear, Etc.HOME.
Into a cove or natural bay. Return 3 p. m. and practical gifts to be found GIFTS -
And there I'd_ let my good ship Rate, Round Trip $10.00 GOODSNOW here--all priced to meet present With Special Appeal
stay I I Regular Plane Service to Miami day conditions. Come in Beautiful Bed Spreads Christmas.4

Just long enough to explore the'' SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday today. Scarfs. Dressel Sets Blankets I
land i\ $7-50 ON DISPLAY! Beautiful Negligees. Pajamas Curtains. Curtain Goods! Curtain
Leave Key West 4 p. m.; Arrive Kimonas Robes all Panels. Lace Table Cloths
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Then on I'd sail to other strands. : ,
Miami 520 p. m. TOYS BICYCLES kinds of attractive Satin and Luncheon Sets. Eta
Key West Fla. i I For Reservation Call 620 Flat Underwear.
I VELOCIPEDES Crepe MONDAY SPECIALS
Complete showing of CutWork 36 inch Heavy Quality Drapery rcsentII V.
-- --- << --- COASTERS and Mosaic Linens all all colors __._.__._.._ ... 2Sc .

f i kinds of Sheets and PillowCase SILKS, Metlase, Canton Crepes,
SCOOTERS
Sets and EmbroideredCases Printed Silks. Etc., special
THAT I large showing Bridgeand Monday, yard SOc
i u..m'h '
STREAMLINE WHEEL Table Sets., attractive
Oversea Transportation Co. Spreads and Italian and Che- 20 pieces Printed Tweeds,
i GOODS yard h..h..m ___ lie
niele Covers, Street and Evening
I MANY MORE SHIPMENTS Bags. SWEATERS-Large line of all
OWNED AND OPERATED BY new styles for Ladies Misses
COMING I Io Beautiful Cocktail
Lamps.
Fish PLEASE! Sets. Vanity Sets, Chromium and Children.all Sweaters Special Mon reduction
on
Thompson Co. Inc.
West
Key
Use Our Lay-Away Plan Ware Items and too hundreds numerous of to Novelty mention day. monthly
i 1 Ladies' Twin Sweaters, special
REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT iI $1.00 DOWN will hold here. ) _..._--__._w..____ $1.50
SERVICE I Bicycles, Toys Etc. until HANDKERCHIEFSEvery SPECIAL REDUCTIONS untilMARCH
BETWEEN The largest and year we lead in on.* .n all Ladie, MU e.' a.dCl.ildre.'s payments
most CHRISTMAS.EASY
: display of HANDKERCHIEFS. ,

Key West and MiamiNOW complete assortment of WEEKLY hand-made Here you can- Handkerchiefs find the daintiest at' DRESSES Beg inning;AND Today OVERCOATS Until :

GIFTS ever assembled in ; PAYMENTS lowest prices from 19c to SOc Christmas
MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST each. Come in now and select your ((5t1lt the
and
Key West. : Come in now arrange GIFTS FOR MEN Holiday Outfit. family a gleaming
General Electric Refrigeratorfor
r for CHRISTMAS Linen Initial Handkerchiefs. : All Hats for Ladies and Children Christmas! It's a lift that

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY? FRIDAY AND 'I DELIVERY. Ties, Socks. Robes, Belt Seta I reduced. will be enjoyed every day foe
Bedroom IN THE STORE
EVERYTHING OPEN I Pajamas Slippers, EVERY ITEM many yean to come. Only a
SATURDAY MORNINGS .. REDUCED FOR MONDAY mall amount down deliver
Etc.We
WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY I AND ON DISPLAYSee J. R. Stowers have a gift for every in time for Christina No
i member of your family and ; -THE- more payments until March I

SERVICE {I Window friend.SALE ON DRESSES AND Store of FaskipBCity'
OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET our Displays CompanyRadio I ? ,

TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 I -they tell the story! I I Must clear COATS our racks. Come j Leading LaaW Store" I The Key West Electric Co.

Headquarters and see. -JOE. L APPELROUTH ;
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